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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 12, 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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Fair' and cool today and LAKELAND LEDGER FINAL
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LEDGER, VOL.. 40, NO. 148 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1964 $ q PRICE FIVE CENTS






II Lyndon Seldom Stops Working \ t.;. I



Few Men Washington Get Head Start On T silent


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By FRANK CORMIER socializing. Work and relaxationgo tion? What does he want to tell I has "a blotting paper memory"for Like many a president Johnson son I II ready for breakfast: a sem .cred. Vlltohave

WASHINGTON (AP) A* a hand in band. them? What does he want to key facts.Newspapers. attaches great Importanceto halt melon and a cup of tea. moved In and out according to
boy Lyndon B. Johnson was On Johnson a major the and The seldom varies
an average morning learn from them? Johnson and are part things that reporters menu the timetable
often awakened at 4:30: gym by .is awake by I 30 a.m. A of the President's morning reading pundits write about him. If an Sometimes Johnson remainsin
having one bare foot twisted by lifetime of habit makes It difficult ValentU shuffling through fold- He thumb through sevenor article strikes him a* favorable the White House living quarter For Johnson, a schedule Is
his father' impatient hands. for him to Bleep later. By ers of neatly filed memos on eight of them. Including the "objective" he would say for aa hour or two after something to exercise the Imagination -
"Git up, Lyndonl" the father's 8:45.: the President' aide and each appointment, .decide theday's Washington Post, Baltimore Sun Johnson la delighted. He has breakfast, seeing top officials or Some appointments win
words were as sharp as the sudden official shadow Jack Val-ntU la strategy.Next New York Times, New York been known to venture Into the calling them on the telephone. be delayed, postponed or canceled -
twinge of the ankle "Every at the White House, prepared togo Comes 'Reading Hour' Herald Tribune New York White House lobby, where news Johnson lives with the telephone Others will be added.
other boy in town already his over the day' schedule and Then come the "reading Dally News Chicago Tribune men congregate to bestow personal using it to quit depart. While one man wait 30 minutes
a h.U. hour' head start on give Johnson a briefing on secret hour" which may stretch to and Philadelphia Inquirer. The congratulations on a ment heads cajole members of to see Johnson another may
youl"Few intelligence from around nearly two hours There are special list Is limited only by the number startled reporter If the printed Congress, or surprise casual find a 10.minute appointment
men In Washington get a the globe. studies, intelligence reports available at dawn. word I I. displeasing, the writer acquaintances.On stretching into an hour. If John-
half-hour'* head start on the After the Intelligence briefing, diplomatic cablea and memoranda The President skims the paper may get a personal phone call a usual morning, Johnson eon wants to make a point, or
President, and few work later. the first order of business is a from various agenclea looking In particularly for from the President, who does I is In his oval office about 1:30: engage in a thorough discussion
The key fact about Johnson's look at the day'a schedule. How Like the late President JohnF. prime new or tor dispatches not hesitate to suggest amendments a.m.. ready for appointment. of a topic he judge important,
Work pattern ls that he seldom should the President handle Kennedy Johnson ia a fast columns and editorials concern With many presidents, the 'ppolntments
atop working-even when he'* each visitor or visiting delega reader His assistants say he ing his own activities His reading completed John- schedule has been (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)

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U.S. EnvoyIn brtw

CyprusFor Injunction Halts Pickets







Talks : Tying Up Work At CapeLBJ

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NICOSIA Cyprus (AP) Un-
del-secretary of State George
Ball and British envoy Cyril
Plckard called on President Ma-
barbs today to present the latest a
U.British plan to land an f T OrderIn

international peace keeping
force on Cyprus. .
Better k
Ball hurried to the meeting 9k Effect
shortly after he arrived from

Turkey on his flying peace mis World1WASHINGTON .


sion.The conference took place as AP-For 25 !" ? Two DaysCAPE

fighting between Greek and minutes and 3.500 chosen words, x ywas f fev ft
Turkish communities flared President Johnson held forth on +

I anew In the south coastal city such a sweep of subjects as KENNEDY (AP) A
of Limassol 38 miles southwest betlyachers and bathrooms federal court order, Issued Just
I! of Nicosia. At least one Greek peace and poverty. before midnight Tuesday night,
Cypriot policeman was killed a Since he wit talking to field has halted at least temporarilyunion
palace spokesman said. officers of the Internal Revenue picketing which had stalemated *

Talks Te DecideA Service, he alao mentioned tax. $213 million worth of con.
payers and tax collectors. But struction on Cape Kennedy and
spokesman for the Greek that was Just a starting point for the adjacent Merritt Island
Cypriot president said the talks a ramble through' domestic and Moonport.
will decide whether Makarlos foreign fields.T After a special night sessionIn
will take the case to the United ::1JA
Along the way there were his Orlando chambers U.S.
Nations. If they are considered
District Court C.
Greek cracks at critics of his handling Judge George
unsatisfactory a special
of foreign policy and assurance Young Issued a temporary re-
Cypriot delegation probably will es that "we are a much beloutd, straining order requested by the
4 be sent to UN heidquAtersXIn R1 VHa A Fact Of Life. \t .:people throughout the world1I National Labor Relations I
New York laM>MbJ wee
l I that we are respected and aj** Board. The ruling directed the'
1 refused to comm"ent on5 a.newsman' Crhes Prewla C._'s ecrim In sfcurtiif* sIt she 'W.... predated regardlew of what ; 'Ordef of Railroad Telegraphers.trtCTO. .

query u to.. whon.,,'O>..**- *MM a CiifcMlfvw" es the U. S. Navel. aM aty G_......... some *fli6'bellyacher say." P paw.R '/ to 'withdraw picket

American troops would lend on I. kmik CM* this' sis*. es .... hH ......, ..., don The The President held forth In the lines.
Cyprus as part of a U.-British Aurark .........._.t I* .. ".1 Is*." .* ..H.m* ..rt cmtdlMoft, East Room of the, White House Picket/ lines vanished by'"S

plan for a peace-making force .I w.., Mvliifl taring else _,.***-. Tkto photo, from JSmm Tuesday on'home, election day a.m. today and 3.200 construe'
There were no signs of anti- .earl!. New. It .*. .f .... llrrt pictures frwn she k'M slue wife Another, the Golden Rule 'don/ workers who had honored

cosia American and demonstrations Greek Cypriot in officials NI-- mrtmcy.. (U. S. N...y H>.H via. A, Wi.-'....) (three times), national defense, r rAnd them for two days returned to
civil their jobs
the budget, waste poverty
Insisted expectednone.
they rights, turning out lights, public Meeting Set
service and his regard for his
Nicosia rumbled with threatsof Get Young declared the restrain
a new flareup of Greek Sinatra May Treasury secretary.Tomorrow Ing order effective until I p.m.

Cypriot violence. Two bomb explosions Viewed Thursday. He set another hearing

at the US Embassylast Also: Cuba, Laos, Vienna Soviet The Wall Tumbles Down for NLRB and union attorneys -
week sent women and children Premier Khrushchev Red for 2 p.m. that day at

of American personnel Chance To Rebut China, Panama the U.S. plane On wall *( the 'Sass Drmltry .f C.lmnkl,. e.I....* elves' way sad t*.rti f. ClII.,.. durlitfn which time he Indicated he could

fleeing from the Mediterranean shot down over East Germany, surly moralns. Wi.. S..... ISO seeds w.r. .v.cv.t4. solely Crew ski humlitf. 4rmi;1"", I* extend the order.
island Viet Nam changes In SO dditlon to else .rformitwy, fir. 4 troyt4 the peals, dmlnlilrttlcii. kulldlnf'' .( the M.tkdiN-.up Hs gave the telegrapher and
Clashes between Greek police of the world's. 113 governments pi"'.4 cellte. I I.. Colywbl, I. C. (AP Wlr-pkot.) It building trade unions until
and students marked Bail'sstopover D wght, ....... Eisen h owes, /oral g n Feb, 24 to answer unfair labor
at Athens Monday as Charges Of HoaxLOS aid disarmament practice charge filed against
Brannen them three Merritt Island
conclusion that: "We by
(Turn to Page 2, Column 4) And a
Rolk PhosphateFirms construction contractor employed
can't be satisfied with yester
23 and John 42 day. Tomorrow .Is going to be Will Seek by the government. The
Gordon ANGELES (AP)-Frank Amsler. Irwin contractor charge promptedthe
Pat in U.S. District a better world for all of our peo
Sinatra Jr. may get his day In are charged NLRB to leek the federal
court today to answer defense Court with the kidnaping of ple. AccusedOf New TermSheriff court ruling.
President started out using
AnnouncesFor accusations that he helped young Sinatra. The
of 11
The telegrapher., one
stage his own kidnaping so he Their lawyer In opening notes typed on cards ran .
Monroe Brannen,. a non operating union which
"could make the girls swoon aa statements all said that the out of those then kept going I"ch.tty.
SheriffFormer struck the Florida East Coast
law enforcement officer In
fashion.
off hand
did. ,
his papa once evidence would show no kidnaping
Some things he said: PriceFixingTAMPA Polk County for more than a Railway 13 months ago established
The 19-year-old singer's name but Instead a publicity hoax lines here Mondayto
picket
sheriff H. P. (Pat) war on a list of potential witnesses Mrs Gladys Towles Root, Taxpayers are people. Tax quarter of a century, announced protest movement of one of
Gordon announced today that handed defense attorneys es must be collected efficiently he will be
counsel for Irwin said "An today a
: the line's freight trains onto new
candidate for the and honestly (AP) An antitrustsuit All seven firms produce
he will be a Others courteously I phosphate -
by the government. apple doesn't fall far from Its candidate for re-election In the government owned track on
office of sheriff of Polk County. "Every man is king In the filed In U.S. District Court In Polk
in 1952 on the list included Milton Ru- tree and Frankie Jr. just wanted County amounting Democratic primary on May Merritt Island, where the National
Before his election dm lawyer for the elder Sin- to make the girls swoon a. ballot box, charges price fixing to seven to 3,389,000 tons worth $10 5. Aeronautics and SpaceAdministration
as sheriff of Polk constable County.of Gordon the aua. and Mrs Nancy Sinatra, his father once did "It took us 40 days and nights firms which mine phospb.telrock million during 1961 the suit The year-old peace officer Is building massive
the budget
county's served District as Five (Lake- divorced wife of the famed star The government followed the to pare mother and prune"always had some In central Florida. Two ex- said. la now serving his fourth yearas facilities for launching
"My
number of employee of Har- defense firms also named. sheriff He was elected In
A opening statement porting are
land), and during World War pin money hid under the pillow Injunction Sought (Turn to Page 2, Column 2))
1960 after eight of
Nev. Justice dutyas
II served with the U.S. Coast rah's dub at Lake Tahoe. with a parade of witnesses who ." The Department suit years
Guard police.In also are on the list, along with identified Keenan a* the buyerof Put yourselves In the place of filed Tuesday charged that the The civil suit seeks an injunc District Five constable, and
John Foaa and Tino a which the seven major producer of fertilizer tion more than 13 years as a memo
his formal announcement, trumpeter gun governmentsaid the other fellow in considering forbidding the firms to use Industrial
Gordon said that "while I Bani, manager of the revamped was used In the abduction; poverty and discrimination. conspired to use a common International Ore fc Fertilizer ber of the Lakeland Police Department 1,000
the Tommy Dorsey band. the renter of a suburban Canoga ,export representative as the vehicle .
served you as sheriff expenses ladies that I Leaders Will
"One of the great Corp (INTERORE) of New .
.
of the office ran,'YIlv "osa was found bound and Park house which the government -have known is kind of chief of' for Illegal price fixing and In hla announcement Sheriff
about one-fourth of the amour. egged when two gunmen In- contends was the hideout staff of our house. She has been export sales allocations. York as their common export Brannen said: Visit PolkOne
now being spent by this office.I vaded the Lake Tahoe motel used by the trio to keep with 20 she ls a college -I They were accused of seeking agent. "Since my election In 1960
realize that the population room and took Sinatra Jr. Sinatra prisoner, and the man us years but when she "to eliminate competition in Interstate In Los Angeles, Dr. Armand I have made every effort to thousand Industrialist .
of the county haa Increased way last Dec. 8. Some 54 who ordered a telephone Installed graduate and foreign trade in render service to the citizen will visit Lakeland and
of Occidental
from Texas to Washington Hammer president -
but It has not increased in hours later he was released unharmed In the house a phone comes phosphate rock and agreeing to of Polk County a* their sher Polk County next month
such proportions."I after his father had which the prosecution holds was she never knows where she sell the product at noncompetitive Petroleum, said that INTER. iff. Our basic policy In the through the medium of

know that I can serve you paid $240,000 In small bills following -used for random demands. (Turn to Page 2, Column 2) prices ORE which was acquired by past years has been service The Ledger's giant Decade
.
faithfully and capably and give a series of phone calls nn IOccldentall..t December 1 is not with honesty and efficiency. For Decision Edition,
of which 23. Joseph I "On that platform which Iam which will be published
you law enforcement. Barry Keenan Says Polk Labor Official a common agent for the fertill-
you can be proud "11b- pledged to continue I am Saturday March 28
liner firm
That many copies will
(Turn to Page 2, Column 3) Education Lack Drop In Buying "Interore buys and sells phosphate (Turn to Page 2, Column 8)MONROE be mailed to Industrialistsabout

rock In the open market the nation to tell

for its own account. PhosphateRock them about our county

Automation Hit In JoblessnessBy Export Corp Is merely a and they Its have communities and what what they

Page purchasing agent for Interore," aspect to have In the dee
Hammer said.Defendants cade ahead.Wouldn't .
Amusement ..__ 23
,rrQx WILLIAM D. SHILLING 1. A reduction in federal time basis or a million men are Interore, you like to reserve
Bridge >...H"H..H_ 14 Ledger Staff Writer income taxes and women "who have givenup Phosphate Rock Export Corp. of several copies of
Business New ...... 15 The National Affairs Com 2. An increase In the over In despair of finding employment New York a wholly owned In.terore this special edition and

Comic ........ H. %3-Z.& mittee of the Greater Lakeland time "penalty" rate paid by subsidiary Occidental, have them sent to your
Classified ...... 25-26-27 Chamber of Commerce employers from time and "Among the different age American Agricultural ChemicalCo. friends, relatives and bust-
r Crossword Puzzle .. 24 was told this morning that one.half to double time. groups." he ..Id. "teenagehas of New York City and Continental p '+ ness associates: In a colorful
the lack of education inadequate 3. A reduction In the work the highest rate of unemployment Oil Co, of Houston wrapper You may do
Death ...._......H..H 2 consumer purchasing week to 39 hours. It ia a must that which acquired American Agri so now by placing your
Dear Abby ,..._....... 24 power and automation are Matthews said that the we stress the importance of cultural' asset last October; orders with your carrier
Editorials .............. 4 the principal causes of unemployment most recent statistics of the education to the students and Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corpof f news dealer er The Ltd,
Fulton Lewis Jr. -. 8 in the United U.S. Department of Labor the more education he re- Richmond and the Socony er's circulation depart-
States discloses that more than four ceives the better his chancesin Mobile Oil Co., of New York ment.
23
Horoscope _........._.
Arnold Matthews, secretary million people 5.7 per cent this electronic Even which acquired VirginiaCarolinalast The price 23 cents per
Radio TV ....._...... 24 -treasurer of the Polk of the total labor force are the most menial Jobs age.now require November: Armour A Co., copy er five for one dol-

Sports ..?._........ 12.13 County Central Union said unemployed.The at least a high school of Chicago; American Cyanamid dart Additional details
Weather ...._.._...-.. S that labor believes that unemployment union official added education Co. Wayne, N. J.; W. R. Grace and a convenient order
Women's H..H..H 7-8-9 and the economic that the figures do not include Matthews said that Indus- It Co., New York; Swift t Co? blank are on Page I oftoday'a
situation can be "bol more than two million Chicago and Smith-Douglas Co. Ledaer.FORECASTt .

IL P. (PAT) GORDON stered" by: persons employed, on a part- (Turn to Page 2, Column 7) Norfolk Va. BRANNEN



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.2LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1MI Polk Given Citrus Board To Take Board To Seek Commission Meet


I President Starts Work Life Term I On Aviation School RelocationThe



I Early And Ends Late For MurderBARTOW Steps To Implement Lakeland Industrial Board with a master' degree In engi said The that president the trustees of the Institute had directed

neering.
will request a special meeting
(Continued From Page One) Zollle Leroy Allen with the city commission next Drabik quoted Hunt as saying that a new location be
Booz selected within designated areas
to construct
ReportThe that Embry-Riddle plans
week discuss the possible relocation -
he will take whatever time Itnecessary. I medical corpsman frbm the Polk, 17-year-old Lakelandman to of the Embry-Rlddle buildings costing between for the relocation of the school.

White House staff to give hima yesterday was sentenced Aeronautic Institute at Drane $2 million and $3 million on a Drabik quoted Hunt as laying
Top People Seen rubdown. to life Imprisonment after an first steps In Implemen by the Industry Research Advisory Field. new 80-acre campus The institute that community support wouldbe

Thus ends the longest day in all-male circuit court Jury Leg the Boot, Allen and Hamilton Committee, will be "of Paul E. Naylor chairman of now pays a monthly a major factor In the selection .
There II another point, too, Washington. prime importance of the new location for the
Tamlaml Airportof
the
found him of study of operations of Flo the Industrial board, said todayhe rental at .
about the Presidents guilty slaying "'
many 'I think some action will be institute
$7,600.
meetings: he tends to observethe Dorsey Richter last July 25. ida Citrus Commission are exported taken along these lines at the will ask for the special aesilon -

chain of command, dealing LBJ Sees The Jury deliberated for ap to be taken at the commission meeting," Bank said. to determine If the municipality formal-
want to make a
with top people In a department proximately 2 hours and 45 meeting tomorrow' That committee met for a private bid to have the Institute located Labor Official Cites

or agency.! minutes before finding Polk starting at 11 o'clock In the all-day session last weekto hers

Both Secretary of State Dean 'BetterWorld1 guilty of first degree murder morning. go over Boot, Allen and Ham.LItton's After meeting In Miami yesterday Causes Of JoblessnessContinued I
Rusk and of Defense recommendations
Secretary Recommendations on the far. on research with John Hunt, presidentof
Robert S. McNamara see more However, Judge William K. In preparation for to
reaching report will be made by Embry Riddle, Robert F. From Page One)
of Johnson than they did of Ken- Love handed down the life the Industry Research Advisor morrow's meeting. Drabik, director of the Industrial (

nedy. Several contacts a day Continued Imprisonment upon a mercy Committee and by the Commli Banks said today the commls- board, reported that Daytona try! capacity to produce la In helping to solve unemployment
are not uncommon. ( From Page One) recommendation from the sion'a administrative commit- don will probably start Immediate -Beach, DeLand, Plant City Ft. Increasing at an unprece- ills would be a reduction -

Outside the official family. can get a cup of coffee. She Jury. implementation of the Boot Pierce, Sebring and St. Peters dented rate, but that manpower in the work week to
Johnson maintains an Impressive -never knows when she can go to Trial Started tee.Chairman Sam Banks said to- Allen and Hamilton recommendations -burg have mad. formal bids to and machines ktand 35 hours "without loss of
array of contacts: with a bathroom." Monday day recommendations covering that are "applicablenow. have the Institute located in Idle because "these millionsof weekly earnings."

businessmen, labor, leaden, The White House light bill Is I Folk's trial started Monday research, which will be offered ." He said the "applicable" their areas. I unemployed. as potential "This would have a profound
civil right partisans, local J political -down from $5,000 to $3,000 a and the Jury left the courtroom recommendation are those for Drabik said that Embry-Rld customers, lack purchasing and beneficial effect
leaders and the press.' at 3:45: p.m. yesterday "short range" implementation die has an annual payroll of power." on the nation' greatest domestic '
Many come for lunch and, to month.how"You much go back home and The jury returned at I o'clock, U.S. EnvoyIn noting that It would probablybe $350,000 per year, and that the On automation, he said that problem,' unemployment ,

their surprise, are Invited to astor -' see In electricity you in I' but only to ask Judge Love Impossible to do anything Institute has graduated more Department of Labor figures provided additional
the
can save building
first a dip In the White which some difference between first concrete on some "long range" than 50,000 student since Its how that 200,000 Jobs are employes were hired to maintain
House pool.Johnson I you work. degree and second degree recommendations such aa those 'oundlng. The present enrollment lost yearly because of auto- or Increase production"
Is an ardent wooer of "We have problems in the murder CyprusFor that would require approval of I II 450 men and women. matic manufacturing equip he said.
all groups that Influence public world" but "1 have seen times The verdict was returned at the Legislature. I The Industrial board director ment. The labor union official

opinion. He sees them, phones when the skIes were grayer." approximately 6:30: o'clock. "1 don't think this commlsilon said that the institute t II a prl Arnold quoted the presidentof said that a 35-hour week

them, dines them. "We cannot expect to math a The 27-year-old Richter was will ever do anything radical -! vate, nonprofit corporation directed a leading manufacturer of would require an Increase of
All this consultation take.I button and have our wishes carried shot four times as he sat In TalksContinued or hurriedly (on the recommendations by a board of trustees automated machinery as saying 14.3 per cent In over-all hourly

time, and Johnson may leave, out all over this globe." the back seat of a car parkednear )," Banks said "On Its endowment is reported at $1 that the federal totals are wages but, with the
his office any time between 7 "Even In our own country we a Lakeland tavern. the short range recommendation million. It ls accredited by the far too low that 40,000 spread of automation selected

p.m. and midnight-occasional-do not see everything alike If Polk said he shot Richter In ( From Page One) !, we will start working right State of Florida, the Federal Jobs per week are now being Industries could meet the
ly later. After dining with his we did, we would all want the self defense but state .wa). Aviation Authority, and the Vet- "lost" because of automa additional payroll costs.
attorney
family, or with guests, he may same wife-and that would be a Glen Dirty contended that it demonstrator demanding union "I think the Industry expects erans Administration U offers tion. He conceded that many
go to his bedroom about 10 or problem, wouldn't It?" first degree murder. between Cyprus and Greece the Commission to give real an associate of science degree, He said that the AFL-CIO businesses could not Immediately -
10:30 p.m. to do some more was tried to march on the U.S. and thought to every action" and a bachelor's degree In aeronautical has supported a reduction In absorb a 14.3 per cent

reading. Or he may summon a Witnesses testified that only British embassies Also scheduled for considers- engineering federal Income taxes, especially increase In payroll, but that
Court Order a few minutes before the Britain Is Target Ion In a crowded agenda tomorrow Drabik sold that Embry-Rld among low Income peo the reduced week could be
shooting, Polk and Mrs. Ruth are a proposal for grade die I. leaving Miami because pie. He said that the tax cut made effective over a periodof
Johnson Girls! Burts ordered Richter and Britain was one target because ;
standards for refrigerated 7-plus- the Tamlaml Airport-It* present will create a demand for years.
Pass Up Beatles/ Halts Cape Mrs.Oleander Sadie Williamson Street house froman Its truce troops between now police the anneasy 1 concentrated orange Juice; a location-Is being phased more products and more employment "Since productivity in the
they
warring -
report on the grapefruit "fun- but "it U still not total private economy has
had been sharing Greek and Turkish out.The
Picket Line Cypriot aces" and on the "squeator" Institute presently has a enough." risen at an average yearly
WASHINGTON (AP) More communities The United State promotions on oranges, and con- faculty of 35 persons. On the Shorter Week Urged rate of three per cent in the
than 8,000 screaming Beetle was the other because it ha irmatlon of the TV show caching staff are eight flight Arnold reported that in 1962 postwar period" he said,

fans turned out Tuesday nightto (Continued From Page One) Pat Gordon offered to help with the police "Queen For A Day," which will instructors, 14 engineers, 12 cer- seven per cent of the hours "and over 3.5 per cent since

hear the mop-haired British'American astronauts to the work. be presented at the Florida Citrus -tilled aircraft and power plant worked In manufacturing and 1900, the American economycan
As President
singers, but the teen-aged John Johnson' trouleshooter
Moon. AnnouncesFor Exposition in March. Instructors, and one memberOswald's maintenance were overtime absorb without prohibitive -
son girls were not among them. Ball U expected to --- hours He said that the difficulty a substantialcut
The railroad refused
The White House office to meet outline the latest U.S.-Brltish
press I In
overtime was equal to 900,000 working hours that U
said today that Lynda Bird a union demand for a 10.28 cent SheriffContinued proposal for an Internationalpeace full-time Jobs at 40 hours per spread out 10 a! to require
an hour Increase to the av. Mother Back
wage
Johnson, 18, after attending the force for Cyprus.British week, and that premium pay yearly increases in hourly
erage $2.42 hourly scale. It also]
diplomatic reception Tue.daynight officials In London for overtime would tend to wages of three to four per
got In some study. Lucy rejected government demands ( From Page One) aid the revised plan gives the cent.
have employers provide more
Bainet Johnson 16, stayed that The it mediate with the unions. lIeve that I can save the tax United Nations a voice but no To Resume TestimonyWASHINGTON Jobs for men and women employed "If a one-hour reduction
picketing spread to Mer-
home "to hit the books vote on peacekeeping operations
a
added
payers a tremendous sum of on a regular work. only 750,000 Jobs, then
ritt Island and
spokesman said. Cape Kennedy money In the operation of the and abandons a previous condition week basis. a reduction to 35 hours would
-- his week after the Space Agen. (AP After The other was Mark Lane of
that the force be raisedfrom ) -
office without, In any way, Impairing Arnold told the committee create nearly four million
FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGEVAGABONDS ICY granted the FEC permission the service" partners In the North Atlantic a brief flareup of disputed testl New York City, who said he that "moat Important of all" Job.." .
to move trains onto 4.3 miles of alliance. was retained without fee by
track laid into the heart of the Gordon was born In Moul. Makarlos turned down the mony and confusion over her Mrs. Oswald four weeks ago
Moonport.The trle, Ga., and moved to Lakeland legal counsel, Mrs. Marguerite her
original plan because of the to represent son.
CREtIN I first train, manned by In 1921. He Is married dominant role It gave the North Oswald resumed today her tesimony -I Lane asked and was refused I
and the father of two daugh. & bituntitiRITES
non-union help, rolled onto Mer- WINTER REPERTORY THEATRE ters and one son, all of whom Atlantic Treaty Organization to the presidential conv permission to Join Doyle as Mrs.
ritt Island Monday, carrying
are also married. and Insisted that any Interns- mission Investigating the assas- Oswald's counsel In the closed
tb' u- gravel and other construction tonal force on Cyprus be under nation( of President John F. hearing room. Told that she
A Midiymmtr Night's Dream material which the Space Agency During his term as sheriff, control of the U.NM Security: Kennedy.It must pick one attorney, she settled FOR MR. SHEPARD HENRY A. ANTLEY
.ek. IS- I needs in its construction pt-nj-] Gordon Investigated a number Council. on Doyle. Funeral services for Julius Henry Alton Antley, 75, of 72
AMI"."", ,,,., Nlghr'i D,..m I lects.I of major cases, Including a The United State and Britain is the third and possibly Shepard of 1519 South King West Lake Apartments, died yes
see rm. ",'liU. P.M.Bronicomb 1 I All but a handful! of building "murder for profit" case Involving have sought to keep the Security final day of the story of her Ave., who died Saturday, were terday at his residence. He was

Auditorium trades workers refused to cross a Polk County attorn. Council: out of the dispute since son, Lee Harvey Oswald from held yesterday at the Dukes- a native of Dothan Ala., and
,the lines, hamstringing construction. ey. He was relieved of officein it: would then Come under the his birth until his arrest In Dallas Brannen Steen Funeral Home with the came here 50 years ago. Mr.

About 600 of 7.000 Indus connection with the Harry threat of a Soviet veto. Moscow last Nov. 22. Oswald Rev Dr. Evert Cremer and the Antley was a retired farmer and
Adult $1.00, tudsts SOc 'trial union workers also honor. Klng-Boone Tillett political has assailed the proposed use or charged with the sniper killingof Will Seek Rev: Dr. W. Monte Johnson of-i a member of the Mt. Enon PrimItive -
Curtain Tim I P.M. but he later Kennedy, was shot to death
ed the pickets but their absence payoff case was Burial In Oak
iclating.
NATO forces In Cyprus.Winners was Church.He .
......... Baptist
H ,
rud.t
$ free did not affect missile launching granted a full and complete Nov. ,24.Chief Hill Burial Park.Pallbearers ., is survived by two ions,
activity at Cape Kennedy. pardon by the state. Justice Earl Warren NeW TermContinued were Glen Busing Albert F. and Cleancy J. Ant-

for Tickets ,Riitrvalloni I I Three key Intercontinental He I Is a member of the First Named' chairman of the commission, declined Wyatt Busing, Gordon Bassford J Icy, Lakeland; four daughters,

I range missile test firings are Baptisd Church of Lakelandand to comment on any of ( From Page One) Mark Kingsley! Earl Shrove Mrs. Guire Davis Klsslmmee.
Call 688-3555 1 1I I scheduled this week-Atlas, Ti. the Woodmen of the In Toastmasters' her specific statement Including and Fred Rucker. Music was Mn. Narrlasla Lloyd, Lakeland
\tan 2 and Mintteman. World. a reported contradiction seeking a second term as the presented by Mrs. Gene Cornell Tur-
dl.Mr'.ar Tommy
I or vital testimony given by Os sheriff of Polk County" ling, soloist a Mark 1 beville, S.C., and Miss Beatrice

Speech ContestSamuel wald' young widow, Marina Brannen, a resident of Lakeland Kingsley, organist Antley, Gainesville, Flu.; three
But he told questioner that It is a native Floridian He sisters, Mrs. Vassie Carter,

Luce and Dr. Ronald includes heresay, opinion and was born at Lake Butler In RITES FOR MRS. WARD Lakeland Mrs. Jessie String-

thrusch tied last night in the conjecture along with some 1914, the son of a pioneer farm Funeral services for Mrs.Cency .'ham, Montrose, Col., and Mrs.
third round of weekly competition -relevant material. couple. He attended school Ward of Route 3, who Lillle Mae Hall, Columbus Ga.

in the annual speech content Although the 58-year-old practical there and came to Lakelandin died Saturday were held yesterday Services will be at 2 o'clockFriday

of Lakeland Toastmasters nurse from Fort Worth had 1931. at St. Joseph's Catholic afternoon at the Mt.

We Invite You Club, held at Marchets Restaurant -'asked the commission to obtain I, Eight yean later, he became Church with the Rev. Fr. Wlliam Enon Primitive Baptist Church

Southgate Shopping ,Cen- a lawyer for her because a member of the Lake- J. O'Farrell ornclatina.1 Burial will be In the. Mt. Enon
her own counsel was busy "on land Police Department. Burial was In Cemetery. Friends may call

To Avail YourselfOf er.The pair Joined previous win other matters," aha turned up During World War II, Bran ery. from 7 to 8 o'clocktomorrow
5-) era, Mac Johnson and Robert uesday with both lawyers nen served as a combat Infantryman Pallbearers, all grandsons of night at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral -

These Services Kauffman, as the club readies One was the designated counel in the South Pacific, Irs. Ward, were Henry Hig- Home.
for finals Feb. 25 when the five former Asit. U.S. Atty. He entered the service as a gin.-; Lei t e r Higgins, Leroy

I weekly winners will compete for John F. Doyle, of Washington. private and was eventually Bryan, Tommy Bryan Eddie;, '
Ward and Ward. 1'HO-R"' t 4'
I the club's outstanding speaker promoted to staff sergeant Harley Gentry. (

e trophy. Civil Defense He holds the Purple Heart Morrison Funeral Home was in : (E OR'' L.H9M: ,

APPLIANCE LOANS The trophy winner will then Felled Charge of arrangements.MRS. t as",,.,'fie. I.. '
represent Lakeland In the area Hired By Blast U JJm
Director
C"ICII"O AUTO LOANS speakoff" against Winter Ha- A! a member of the Lakeland ERMEL SPRATT ,....,.., \
ACCOUNT yen and Lake Wales Toastmas- Eagle Lake Police Department Bran- Mrs. Ermel Baird Spratt. 69, ""': k.,,0' ,....
BUSINESS LOANS By .
of 314 Carey Place, died yes-
tars Clubs and if successful lien touched off one of the

PERSONAL LOANS may continue on through successive EAGLE LAKE-The town of greatest manhunt In the history erday afternoon at her restence S
after Illness. Mrs.
a long
victories to the National of the county.
board
Lak. organtied a
11 HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS 'oastmaster'i Speech Contest. Eagle and hired The officer felled Spratt had been a Lakeland Dukes
or adjustment, a new was by a winter resident for 15 years Steen
Presiding over the contest last Civil Defense director and a shotgun blast as he attemptedto from
coming here Ontario, Can.,
CHECKING ACCOUNTS night was Arthur Schleuter building Inspector at its meeting enter a Negro home In ada. She was a member of the
vice i
Toastmaster president. at town hall.Howard Nortnwest Lakeland to apprehend Presbyterian church. I Funeral Home
C General evaluator was Jerry
TRAVELERS
CHECKS Steinle of Winter Haven a criminal. The manhunt
She is survived by titer hus
:
the informal
CASHIER & CERTIFIED CHECKS Nail discussion and leading of table topics was was hired as building inspector ended when the Negro was band O. C. Spratt Lakeland; I 310 S. Florida
basis caught hiding In an '
on a part-time orange and one son Cambell Young
IAMKINGforivm
1iIiij1 SAVING ACCOUNTS I I John Dockery.POULTRY". and Michael Novak was named grove near Polk City. The Spratt of Victoria, British Coumbla. -

EGGSTAMPA Civil Defense director. shooting cost Brannen his left Phone MU 2-3123

_ CHRISTMAS CLUB [ MilD '] William (Bill) Wolf, planning eye.He Service and burial will be In,

and toning director, who la also resigned as a memberof Ottawa, Ontario. Dukes-Steen
(API-Bit m.rk.t 'aIm M
U.S. SAVINGS rtsur.., lurrint ntllht sad print per In charge of the building department the Lakeland Police Department Funeral Home la In charge of ambulance service

110"ar.'_. Not In in Winter Haven, setup In.1952: to become. candidate local arrangements. I
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SAFE DEPOSIT ', A Wixhl. e rtoni the new Eagle Lake board u. for constable. He was
era Ut. 17 !> 474J mot. 4JU
I..r,, 14.of. :43: -tltn... :46Irdlum 0' adjustment. He also drew up elected by an overwhelming
_
I BANKING BY BONDSlIai I .....lf II IB Ol 17H-40 ja 5.m..4I m, 31H the toning code for the commu' vote and was re-elected for a YOUR NEW
.". I lift Ol MetpUoniil taunt i-l wnU'whol
bl' : nity. second term in 1996.:
,..lo"prlrw .
HAIL DRIVE-IN U.. .t ,....." Htn." ,0.h..poultry.". Ibi.Plckt upo The sheriff Is a member of
W, Bellone- DEALER
no
_-. -_ ulrt rtportedi htm 4V.-I
C 24.HOUR !, nvorwd.: h'ni 4-4 V' m*.. .Yi tne Central Avenue Baptist
0,5:. undfr 4 Ibi,, .oft', .tflr., BO t
tporUd Df>ll..rr prleM 10 tirwiUlt: NevI Boy Scout Church, and he and Mrs. Bran I
.
BILL-0-MATIC SERVICE !niu1c,0L!, .. 01s4'r.Mobile __ nen are the parents of two ; RAY BERWALD

I COLLECTIONS VALUABLES HomeOwners Troop Observes daughters.he has been For active i many In civic years I affairs proudly presents

tN In Lakeland and Polk I

F.N.B. CHARGE PLAN Why Pay More Scouting WeekThe County. ,

TRUST DEPARTMENT For Insurance Sheriff Brannen Is a member : the newest
newly organized Boy of the American Legion, '
Fire, wind (hunlconol., floodnd Scout Troop No. 999 of Lincoln Disabled American I Veterans,
I mony otktr perllil $.00 Avenue Elementary School is the Veterans of Foreign Wars, I II N--VA

par $1,000. Includes Cok,n", planning a week of activitiesto I the Loyal Order of Moose the
Carport end Perch. Content commemorate National Boy f Elks, and the Florida Peace I II I

Poll* Council's Oldest National ttanli $7.90: Mr 1000. Compronon- Scout and Cubs Week. I Officer Association. HEARINGGLASSES

live, Form (t.. kolleve the.kreodott The observances opened Sunday I

polity ,...."t" ..- with vesper service and ,

f...4 .ky cmy company) 4mly will continue daily through Saturday Women Report i
10.50 $1,000. If I according to Scoutma.ter Temples I so slim they'rs hard telephone littenins taiy. Newtlylmi
pie you orotlitonclitfl :
Purse Thefts to tell from regular glasses| ... li beautiful for ladies
1 new ono, we conlurnlih James London. Daily activities yet your powerful Bellona extremely handsome for messnearing
"skip" nqulrtd .ky will include erecting tents, lid nestles iniiJo. nd tuper-eomfortabte.
link Juil inks thb od I* yourosonr a wiener roast, nature study WINTER HAVEN-Two Bar- NOV A.s tiny yet ma//i"fy Com In for FREB
wh.,..., you ere II ko and sessions on health and safe tow women reported to police powerful major I compossnlsare descriptive book. your
here last night that their pocketbooks to cleverly concealed .
con give yes better service thee ty.Troop few will b. aware you even Have a BcttoiM electronic
WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT we can .ky .orrotp.nd.iic.. No. t91 comprises 48 were stolen from their wear in ildl' Convenient on- hearing chtlk.u: ,. Il'i /,...,,
Scouts and 45 Cubs. automobiles while the cars were oil telephone twitch makes at fourBellone'
113 S. T.nn. Ave. Te Agents We will ke parked on Sixth Street, North-
"/..ite* ,. $i.t yes air west. '

,,I- MsNsss .sD.sa.. .spos." IN'U..NOI eo""IO"i template kit en r.suif.EARIEWDAY LENT BEGINS Beverly Kane and Cherly
MsMsss re.e itioNA" e.ou 0' eMII NEW YORK un-Lent began hewnlng. both of :lOt Ethel HEARING SERVICE
i: ;; II CO. today, Ash Wednesday. Christians Lane, Bartow. said their pocketbooks -
.' observe 40 days of penitence -
II .. '0. '''.: contained valuable cards
1// ""._.".. I not Including Sundays and papen. A total of $14 was' 207 E. Lemon 5f, Ph. 6323450r
until Easter March 29.
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Lyndon r 'LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday. Feb. 12. 19543
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LivelyAt 'Reading Band' Will Give Concert Sunday I


DanceBy A public concert at 3 o'clock wIII Include "Hostrau.er' Lakeland members of the gene Anderson Mike Hademan

FRANCES .rw"kr ,Sunday afternoon In the city March" by Chambers, "Youth band Include Chester DIs.inger, and Dr. Jack Scarborough _
WASHINGTON (AP LEWINE. .u lauditorium will feature the Triumphant' overture by Had- Tom Hand Charles Safford trumpet, Ervin Hamme and
Johnson ) President |- :piece "re.dlng band" composed ley "Italian Polka" by Rach Michael Cloyd Roger ThompChrll Mesmer French horn;
proved he
dance the best of cm out a yt lot musicianfrom Florida maninoff, "Nordic Symphony" son, Jonathan Hill Kenneth Roy Hues and Mr. and Mrs
diplomatic corps.He Washington's l Southern College and the Lake. by Hanson, "Beainner' Luck" Kegel, Roland Stoklo.a, Ken. William Conner trombone;
hardly missed land area by Wilder "Walt Whitman Over- neth W. Anderson and Tom Ma. Warren Fraser-baritone; Pete
close to two hours a dance In Directing the concert w, be ture" by Lloyd, and selections .on-clarlnet: Judy Hunley and Ambrosia and Jerry MIchaelson
and
twirling in the East Ballroom was still i IDr.. K, .C. Anderson, head of the from "Gig by Loewe ___Ken_Rand-alto I8xophone:_ -percussion. ,
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when the last of his ambassa jcoiirge s music aepartment. CERTIFICATE
dorial guests had left a gala t raking: part In the program
1-
White House and making their first public
reception Tuesday
night. (lappearance will be a newl)'.
[organized string trio composed I 6 hrs. Thursday
Marines Furnish MusicA of Mrs. Virginia Hennessey of ,

Marine Corps Jazz combo Lakeland violin; Wendell Waters b
playing everything from cha- of Bartow, violoncello, and 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. ONLY ik
cht-cha and samba to Dixieland William Spivey pianist of Florida
kept the tunes short so the -- s Southern's music faculty Bring this certificate and $2.71 plus tax and receive hull

President could get around. Two solo numbers Haydn's o LADIES' Sterling Silver or 10-kr. Gold Filled Ring, IIIi
Johnson seemed as indefatigable :"Concerto: for Trumpet";: and"Concerto 1 set with a '/' -ct. IMITATION KIMBERLY DIAMOND 111111
bed
its
at his 19-year-old daughter for Comet, will REPRODUCTION, SPARKLING FLASHING WITH
Lynda Bird. played by Dr. Jack Scarborough I) a- I RAINBOW FIRE
He danced with the wives of of Lakeland. 1n
many ambassadors Selections by the entire band If lt In genuine diamonds then rings
Including ..
would cost $100 to $200 COMPARE,
the wife of Soviet Ambassador tf tell the .
.e you con different
Anatoly His F. Dobrynin. Philadelphia Sets W AM! evollable-! YELLOW MOUNTINGS $ 71 0
favorite m
partners seemed 10-kr, GOLD FILLED MATCHING WEDDING

to be cover women the 7 reporters to 9 p,m.assignedto White I THIY CATCH HIR' IYI-M..l.li .f ,,*....".t.,lM m.kt. ....." .f Chic|*'. Hobbr. l.duitry Cupid Collection 1 K sirs Dinner SETS In Rings Miracle- Mounting.Princess Rings-Cluf- 2 A

House party for some 400 dip Show ra. .hobby. tad kw for IS c."...nHv. She..It Men's Tea
lomats and their wives At least yMn. d.r/hssr.1 a dhtrtbH.r 'tAP Wirsekete. Postmaster Anthony I. ,Rings Rings w- $271$993. "TI
U.
a dozen of the reporters were Lambert says a special mail _
summoned by the President for collection will be made Thursday LARGE SELECTION GENUINE I t1 2, and 3 !XT. SPINELS IN SOLID o-
a turn on the dance floor Reds Charge Swiss Provoked to Insure that Valentine I- STERLING SILVER MOUNTING: PRICED SPECIAL)

Mrs. Johnson Attends greetings reach their destination >
on time Valentine's Day, UJ e> Illustrations Shown for Comparlton e r -i
Polled afterwards about the Defection Of Lambert calls the operation e Free Gift Boxes m
President's dancing ability, they Security AgentGENEVA "Cupid collection" 18..
rated him from "not bad" to 111I11I MAGNOLIAPHARMACY (
]
'very good
(AP) Soviet dls- sent to Geneva '
on He called
Mrs. Johnson, who had been armament temporary on the Swiss to Louis R. IJ
negotiator
in bed for SemyonK. duty from security headquart- "take all necessary measures
two days with a virus ;
Tsarapkln said today "pro- Guerrieri M.D. I
to return Nossenko
to his
flu attack, stood ers in Moscow placeof
gamely in the vocative activity" by We.ternl work and to his Comer Main C, Florida leksland
family
Blue Room receiving line with intelligence agencies in SwIUer- Swiss Accused Announces the Moving of
the President and Lynda to : 1 Nossenko disappeared from
and led to the defection of a hit office to
greet all the guests, includingfour member of his delegation, Yuri In a prepared statement read,Geneva Feb. 4. .
new ambassadors from I!. Nossenko. to newsmen Tsarapkin accused 1927 S. Florida Ave.
Peru Sweden, Libya and the the Swiss authorities of YOU" rcser toGOURMET
For the Private Practice of
Dominican Republic, who presented The State Department disclosed tolerating this activity on the O r k + H.
their credentials as they Monday that Nossenko, sidelines of the 17-nation dis- FOODS OI Neurological SurgeryHours r
went through. 36, Identified as an officer of the armament conference. He madeit HICKORY fARMS By Appointment
Then, she and the President KGB top Soviet security agent clear he considered Switzerland onw ...kIh.n h''
started the dancing. Mrs Johnson : had requested political asy responsible for Nossenko's I r.. N_ .C.n'.u'h" Phone 683.t 873 _ _ _ _ _ _
wore two white orchids on lum in the United States. disappearance i -.:==a REMEMBER: THURSDAY-10 AM, to 4 P.M. .

her two-piece white silk dress. State Department press officer l- ------ 1- L-
Richard I. Phillips said Nos.
senko had told U.S. officials he
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Goes To Dogs Soviet Military


GREENVILLE. s.c. (AP) Bases Reported
James Robert Wilson escaped r
Monday from O'Neal Prison ,
Camp. Built In Cuba t. I I

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on his track. An automobile hit: MEXICO CITY III- New Soviet '
one dog and put him out of the military bases are being
race. I built In Cuba's eastern Oriente
A posse followed the tracks Province a leading anti-Castro
of,the other dog. The tracks of t,group reported Monday. I
the dog and Wilson met then Angel Gonzalez, delegate of wAta n.
continued side-by-side. the Cuban Student Revolutionary EROTHERSi .q rt ,r tr''
Wilson, part-time cook at the Directorate said Installa. ,
i \; s, .4 f ,
prison camp also helped train clone are being erected around '\
the dogs. .., Santiago de Cuba, Palma Sori till around c.
for house
The hunt was still on Tuesday ano Nipe Bay, Minas del Frlo sJJ(t4C the
for the convict and the defecting -I Antilles I and Guantanamo, site .
1. bloodhound. of the U.S. naval base. )i

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4 LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday Feb. 12, IM4 LOBBYIST
Enactment Of Civil




LEDGER EDITORIALS Rights Law May





Prove BoomerangBy

Digging Canal DirtSOON


DAVID LAWRENCE

THE first shovelful of dirt or by letting salt water seep in to contaminate WASHINGTON It looks

will be turned to start the cross-state the fresh water. ..r now at If enactment of a'
.
barge canal successive groups of Floridians This fear grew until the campaignto / "civil racial rffthu"discrimination law prohibiting In ho-

have been trying for decadesto get a deep-water canal dug was -,, Ida motels and eating places

bring to reality. abandoned. may prove to be a boome

The ground breaking will take Then the old campaign for a barge rang. It could hasten the
ltC when the legislation It-
place near Palatka on the Homer Rode- canal was revived a canal that would day self will become a dead let- metDAVID

heaver Boy's Ranch in Putnam Coun- not have to be so deep as to be a threatto E ANO ter due to an Inability on the
,4 pEIA
ty, Feb. 28 at 2 p.m. the fresh water supply part of the federal government

Inasmuch the canal will be the even with all its' resources .
as not Gradually, support for barge P AM
L1rcS to out an effective
only a big engineering job but also a canal was organized and coordinated.The enforcement carry opera

big step in Florida's economic development Florida delegation in Congress tion.

many dignitaries and ordinary pitched in and used every opportunityto ( : Under existing constitutional -

citizens will be present for the start- get the necessary money. Finally, ___, law the, there legislation.Is no sanctionfor But the

ing ceremonies. a few motiths ago, enough money for a hope of Its sponsors Is that

There will be delegations from all start was made available. Hence the the supreme court will reverse -

the counties along the canal route and ceremonial event set for Feb. 28. all earlier decisionsand

from Other sections of Florida. Governor The canal will extend between bow to the advocates of LAWRENCEIf

Bryant and Senator Holland will Jacksonville on the east coast and Port : integration.Attempts to enforce even the plaintiff claims discrimination

be there as will many private citizens Inglis on the west coast, providing a constitutional I Jaws sometimes ?"

who have worked for years to bring water route that will eliminate for have resulted In bitter Motels often do not rent to

about construction. of the canal. much of shipping the necessity for ,v.- feeling, rather than an amiable traveler with local license:
adjustment of differences their or without
tags on cars
For a long time there was concen- making the long voyage around the tip The nation's experience luggage or if they ate in any

trated effort to get a deep-water canal of the Florida peninsula.It with the liquor-prohibi way suspicious This will pro

for Florida. President Franklin D. can be assumed as a matter of Von laws It a case In point.In vide excuses for discrimina

Roosevelt gave it his support and'mon certainty that extensive developmentwill fact after a dozen years Von Undoubtedly word will
of frustration over the prob-
around in various communities -
ey for a start was made available dur- take place in all that portion of lem of enforcement another get that certain hotels,

ing the depression years of the mid- Florida along the canal route. It could amendment to the constitution motels and eating places actually

1930's. prove to be a tremendous economic ad- turned this whole issue do discriminate racially .

Engineering headquarters were established vance affecting areas considerably ,beyond back to the states.ALREADY and that only white persons
the effort to desegregate will be welcome. Nobody will
within a short time Just outside the canal route.
public schools Is advertise such a fact but it
Ocala, and the name Camp Roosevelt That it finally would be dug was backfiring. The boycotts and will be spread by
was given to the headquarters.But more or less inevitable as'the population disturbances In the North are mouth.

there was great fear among of Florida increased as industrial Voice of the People more numerous than In the The problem often Is really'not
South, and are often char one involving any anti-
many Floridians that a canal deep advances were made and as shipping
acterized by violence. A New racial feeling on the part of
enough to accommodate big ships interests found their need for a shorter York City newspaper reported the motel owner himself but

would affect the fresh water supply of route between Gulf ports and upper "" .. This Is The Ledger's the other day that the he discovers frequently that
Opinion Page
South Florida by diverting the flow Atlantic ports increasing. Negro boycott of the public he can get more business by
schools there "was in disre- discrimination than by non-

This WiHrUI ,.,. .M.n the nr tp,,,,'. ew*) .,1..1.! *) .* ...'rr.,. .f currant fotmir U fix gard for the law" and thatIt discrimination.The .

JitorUI ....,..... It wtlc...*. lit. .'Inloitt If ....... I I. th. V.k..f the P.opU Colo...... Utter mm* did more"to alienate black "public .c ommori.-

Parents The Buck ft* ilM< sad. hr the wrIHr's, ."4.11. kvt iwmtt will a. wMhhtM apes ,...*... A ...... ak.*.U M(' and white and alienate them tions" law has been urged as

I Passing ...*.4 ISO w..... sad ,...., wallet k* UM* Th. Udfcr ........ the rlfhr to Mj.t my ...... *rft. when they are young so they a way to overcome these de-

.hertea Oplal.as! .< c. .,....... sad thr, contributor. .,,.., .1.! ....... .n this f.S.. can carry It with them for fects but the prohibition experience
ever than anything that has the other
FRANCIS R. BRIDGES has been he had looked fewer than 200 argues way
a grounds happened In this city in 21 -that the businesses which

member of the Florida Parole Commission had been Boy Scouts. What AboutPedestrians around a new building there. Morton SiteFavored years." comply with the law may find

ever since it was created in Finally, Commissioner Bridges has an out-door! reading room an Some progress toward adjustment themselves at a disadvantage

1941. made the blunt charge that indifferent excellent Idea. Many of our of racial disputes while their competitors use
has been mad in various
? winter visitors rent rooms or subterfuges to deny their facilities
During his years on the Commission parents are constantly passing the apartments where there is no to those they do not

he has dealt with approximately buck seeking to place all the blameon EDITOR: I am concerned place to sit among trees and EDITOR: Parents wake upa choose to serve.

75,000 cases. influences outside the home insteadof about the emphasis which .if enjoy our good days. And library is used for chil W41101l(1))JfIlairJ.parts : THE BIG debate on the"pub-
more and more of them are
Marl- standing up to their own responsi- being placed on the amountof dren's education from grade lic accommodations" section
In a speech a few days ago at becoming permanent residents school will come in the Senate but
bility within the home. pedestrian traffic In considering Of Lakeland. Wouldn't that through college and
anna before a community service organization should be located In a convenient of the but this all Indications now are that the
country
little bit of
friendliness
Many parents haven't the slightestidea a new library location. extra
thousandsof legislation will be enacted Into
he asserted that could have around safe location where may be adversely affected
teen-agers are drifting into a life as to where their children are or It must tit that experts disagree we new building endear us our to mothers can take their children when the "public accommo I law before summer. This
what much of the on Importance.' for while mean that the enforcement
of crime because parents do not see to they're doing time. them? study they go dations" rules become knownto
la Minneapolis the main about hopping. There shouldbe the public and when the problem will be before the
still do
Worse a great many parents Can't we have a of
the proper rearing of children. group of country soon thereafter and a
for
library had been located In the eivic minded plenty parking students problem of enforcement U
>, not seem to care. women ,spend
Parental Indifference not pat and people who drive. more widely discussed thanIt large number of lawsuits may
4usJ -
1
for .
... 'Certainly there downtown,section many some day in the library and
are manyInfluences be
The location Is One expected.
present was today. businessman
ental ignorance was deplored by him contact who uses -
and every person
outside the home that figure Intoday' years, yet ( certainly not It, asking if they walked thereor nice;but now too much con writes of this prospect Meanwhile the school-int.-
as a factor that is figuring heavily in until aU aspects' of relocationhad
increase in crime among juv- drove? It seems to me that gestion. The Lake Morton a* follows: gration problem Is reaching
the rapid increase of crime among ju- eniles. But for been considered) the new doing that for a week might school site has all the require "Many large hotels and its most acute stage because
primary responsibility
veniles. many million library, was give a much truer picture of ments needed also Is convenient restaurants' now Integrated neighborhood schools will not
had the general welfare of boys and girls placed many blocks farther those who use the library now to high school and college.A but reserve the right longer be protected from invasion

Even if Commissioner Bridges still rests with parents. The more from the center of town in a than any traffic count of those library downtown would not to serve guests for dozens by those who live outsidethe

not had occasion to_ look thoroughlyinto perilous the outside influences, the location hear the banks of theMls.slppl who drive by or those who use only be another parking head of reasons women In shortsor neighborhood. <
the of tens of thou- risk ache. beachwear men without Theoretically the supreme
backgrounds the of (at some to their car and
greater duty parents to 'give River so that It is
sands of prisoners, his placing of much the center of tires) the half-way sort of parkIng Don't wait too long to assert Jacket or tie men or women court never ordered "Integra
half-circle.
their children a sense of moral responsibility only a : lot we have where the yourselves or it will! be like that are loud disorderly or tion" at such but merely de-
blame on parents could not reasonably However there la ample parkIng Carter house was. the post office. All I hear now drunk etc. Under federal clared that segregation in pub -
and the citizens
be Challenged. ,like the location.Is seem to And while we are trying to Is what a mistake It's so faraway law how could such a dining lie education Is not constitu

Law enforcement officers and welfare do what Is best for the city People who go to the room refuse to serve a drunken tional. There has been no high
the reason w* are hesitating why not earmark the site of post office want to shop also.I Negro and not be subject court decision on whether
workers are especially consciousof At The BottomAS to take the Lake Morton
the city auditorium for the have no children or grandchildren to litigation? Aside from the under the constitution the
the widely prevalent situation to School site only because it isso addition to city hall which we no axe to grind. I'm trouble and expense of gOo states can retain their rightto

which Commissioner Bridges has call POLK COUNTY registration to for advantageous and ready surely will need as the city Just interested in the future of Ing into court how could the require children living In a
? I
building
ed attention anew. vote in the elections this year continues Elliott's Idea of using thought part Mrs.of grows? out city. hotel prove the Negro's rejection certain neighborhood to attend
to lag badly which two cities was due to disorderly schools In the districts: geographically
the park which could be made
MRS. ROBERT DEXHEIMERtake
But he and others whose work has V. M. conduct or excessive drinkingtlon. prescribed.Lincoln's .
are making the worst ,showing
them dealing a great deal with criminals -
Lakeland Folk's largest which
city,
to that
are quick emphasize par-
ental neglect is not confined to homes has three registration places.

little Where education.there are poverty Some and of relatively the most quarters And Bartow for registration, the county! seat, head- Birthday Retains Its'Power I Iday.

Why would there be so much indifference -
shocking cases involve people
young
and procrastination in these By RALPH McGILL delight In lifting this de- lized countries. By the time he He tried
to do thin
who have come up In homes that have a* Not a single reform In
Publisher of The
two cities in the claration of Lincoln's about was
regard to important debating Douglas AfrI- late as the Hampton Roads the field
the outward of of civil rights has
being Atlanta ConstitutionIt
appearance slavery out of context.
of They can slavery had become the conference
matter registration on February 3,
homes of advantage. was the approach of Mr. Ignore the central fact.,. central Issue. It was this 186S when he and U.S. come voluntarily. All of them

Many parents make the fundamental Frankly, we just don't know. A. Lincoln's birthday that that Lincoln' had earlier proclaimed fact that so handicapped Doug met the Confederate Commissioners Grant primaries the abolishment and other of the schemesto white
moved House Republican Into and affirmed the las
in his debate
with Lincoln
mistake of using negative discipline headed by the vice restrict end of
voting the
action to release the civil
nation could not exist half and later his hopes to president of the
telling boys and girls quite firm- United Fund Parade rights bill from a committee slave and half free. be nominated by a whole party Alexander Stephens.Confederacy discrimination in schools in

ly what they cannot do but not taking bondage and to the floor for When confronted with the The Democratic party public transportation, and

the trouble to direct them in wholeSome LAKELAND will have a parade debate.could Had they not done so. Issue of the breaking up of the was divided. Douglas, a patriotic LINCOLN had then in his other shared areas life of of the this commonly country,
they not have made
activity. Saturday at 1:30: p.m. to herald the birthday speeches honoring the nation he could,-without any man with undoubtedlove pocket a written proposal to came only through federal
contradiction of also wantedto
whatever say country end the to abolish
war slavery
There is among a great number of annual United Fund campaign. Great Emancipator on Feb. that his paramount object save the Union. He saw, by paying the action.
owners Now
boys and girl a feeling of being adrift Parade Chairman Thomas W Hook 12 without being laughed out was to save the Union. A and said that the Southern with federal funds and to we have further resistance
of the hall. and insistence on arguing
That thus
Of having no real parental interest to and the others of his committee are have ( they Union providing free government Democrats who were then bring the state honorably that publicly licensed
provided us with an example
five them emotional and moral sup- exerting much effort to make it an of callous cynicism does was in Jeopardy. The proposing to bolt the party back Into the Union. letter public accommodations are
barbaric custom of African and to lead their states out of son Davis had forbad
port. These youngsters are looking impressive parade.See not seem to trouble the congressmen slavery was already on the the Union were advocating Such agreement any not really public but pri

for excitement and approval and the the parade then make ready to .) way out..Even Russia's czar disaster and defeat. They vate. It would have been possible
Mr. Lincoln died of year to channelthe
ago
an as
prison records show that they travela give generously to the United Fund in sassin's bullet more than 98 confronted with world opin- were. The stubborn resistance of forces of change and let
ion had freed the serfs from Lincoln a "ConscienceWhig
perilous road.ComMlsalOner. order that the splendid agencies par- years ago but his birthday the slave owning forces to them work gradually. But wedidn't.
the bondage of centuries. hated slavery, but any reform and
Bridges gave out the ticipating in the Fund may be able to Chattel alavery was makinga wanted to win. if he could Lincoln's offers of lastly to The Lincoln year remind
compensation
of of
Significant information that of the carryon their good work at full ca- last, futile stand in the Voluntary agreement to aboil- also ha* its parallel to- folly and us blindness what the cost be.
can !
75,000: prisoners into whose back- pacity during the coming year. .ri' United States because there
," were enough men whose greed
had blinded them to the present -
A THOUGHT-They are to do good to be rich in good deeds liberal and generous.-I Timothy reality and to the forcesof

I.:IS. still has power to get actionIn history then loose in the Potomac FeverBy

the area of conscience. and world. All reality was directed
human right' toward eliminating the enslavement
As we take a look at Mr. of human beings.
LAKELAND LEDGER Lincoln and his Impact on the Lincoln knew that if the Union FLETCHER KNEBEL

events of his time we see died in the war. then freedomand Navy enlistments are booming since Castro cut off the Navy'
very plainly that his decisionto the government instituted sands of men have a vision of drinking nothing but free beer water. Thou-
the Union even thoughIt free also would fail.
ARDNIR (..T) COWL It III save by men. .
Polk r>uMilh r| JOHN HARRISON.. ViM meant war, served to con- So there Is no mystery in the .
Imperial County > ntl HARRIS O SIMS.t I1-
.n OLIVI H MM. Jr. M.n o iId.Wri firm and establish' a Federal Lincoln statement that his Rkelelle accuses J8J 01 a "leadership gap" 'e\hereas
mom POW1LL. Mvwtiun* what plagues
World's Citrus Center Union. Until the conclusion objective to Rockefeller I. a followshlp
Dirvctart CHARLI9 HUNT. Audit paramount was cap.
... .,_,..
rl "'C" KlARLir the four of
".n M.n..r. provided by years save the Union.LINCOLN'S *
war and Its Impact on law
and mind we were a countryof political( development Four women's swim suit manufacturers are indicted on price fix In

The LEDGER'S telephone: All D.parfm.nts-686-1151 petty sovereignties each as revealed by his charges. One thing" 'ure. They'll never be accused of making up their evi-g
avoiding the facts and meanIng speeches shows him to have dence out of the whole cloth- .

SUISCRIPTION KATIS fa the Constitution accepted been a Henry Clay Whig, .
la 1789. with definite feelings for
0. Y.., $20.10 O..M..tll. ., 1.75 emancipation. (Such Whigs Women are rated more prejudiced than men. But what can you expect

tie M. k. $10.40 W. k .... .40 MR. LINCOLN saw this were described as "Con from a sex which: prefers clothes cut on the bias

Tkr. .. ... S '.10 tommmv only Y.., $7.10 plain when he said "My para science Whigs.") He was an *
mount object la to save the antislavery man but not an
Goldw.ter'si
Union and not either to save abolitionist. He was for an or department store background leads his critics to contend that

,., I'o..4' .Ite........ Riccpt S.rvr4.r sad ... I.,.."., ......1.!.) by Uk. .... ......,.,.' e.... or destroy slavery..." Lincoln derly process of emancipation. some of his ideas were picked up at the notions counter.
became almost *
ImMtmm' ...rl4. 11102 literallythe
Incarnation of the Union But Lincoln was destinedto It's a great campaign year.. We've got a woman senator
running for
.... Its meaning and purpose. be a spokesman for a trend a space man running for the senate and half the senate president for
Segregation extremists today that was felt then in all civ- vice-president. running



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f LAKELAND LEDGER Wednssdsy. Feb 12. IM4 E


'[Wind I Driven Storm Dumps Snow On U. S .


By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Washington, D.C., area and zero again this morning parts the lowest marks was 10 below oping In the Far West spreading
A wind-driven storm Philadelphia, of New England and near zero zero in Old Town Maine. I snow in the Rocky Mountain I
dumped heavy wet mow which I Temperatures were below in upstate New York, One of A new storm appeared devel- region.

Temperatures In Florida And Around- ____ The- u_ .Nation._ .___. wide treat In parts of the South B D.aa D_ a a D-m
and East swept out to the Atlantic
STATION H. L. Boston ............. .28 19 Los Angelet ........., 64 86 Ocean today, with only
Miami............... 71 48 Charleston ........... 55 33 Memphis ............. 45 :31 Hurries reported In torn coast
Jacksonville ....,..,.. 53 33 Chicago ............. 40 31 Milwaukee ........... 39 28 al areas. CUSTOM
Key West ............ 72 54 Cincinnati ............ 38 12 Mpls-St. Paul....... 39 32 Colder air spread Into the: D RAP E R I E S
Cleveland ............ 35 23 New Orleans ........ 55 33 MADE [
LAKELAND .. ...... (7 17 Denver ..............52 28 New York ........... 28 24 anow-covered section which ex
Deals ................ 58 32 Des Moines .......... 37 28 Omaha .............. 38 33 tended from eastern Kentuckyto CiIII' :
Orlando .............. 68 39 Detroit ..............40 28 Philadelphia ......... 27 21 the mid-Atlantic states and .
Pensacola ............ 56 33 Fairbanks ............ ... .13 Pittsburgh ...........33 13 into New England, Clear aisles : \ (SEALON lining Used Exclusively)
Tallahassee .......... .84 27 Fort Worth .......... 55 47 San Francisco ....... 58 53 prevailed In most of the storm cI:: "
Tampa ............... 6Y 33 Honolulu ............77 69 Washington .......... 30 21 belt. i ; Com in and see our special selection .f the N
W Palm Beach ...... 77 45 ........ of the chill felt in \ i
Indianapolis .38 21 BAROMETER Some was .I l 1 j t most beautiful fabrics for every room In you
Juneau .............. 36 33 7 a.m. 30.23 Florida as the cold air spread : r-r'i" f" : Home. Your Pil
Atlanta .............. draperies ere made to your exact
44 28 Kansat City ......... 42 37 1 p.m. Tuesday 30.09 southward. Temperatures fell to 11
freezing In some pant of north,m I t \ measurements, and all work It I Custom Made 523

;, trap lib U tr1 r ern Florida and were near' J j, X\t\\ I REMEMBER!! lining material and Labor IT.l
OAhy r, ,rN.era ea freezing southward to .. I I 1 are absolutely free.
Travel 1ampa'l ; ..1,R1 t Q
t '
I .
Snow depths up to two feet,, I l .
.
were reported In parts of West' \ ..
J\ Virginia Tuesday as the storm : lii.J 'j t ; I .

swept across the heavily popu- : ,, I Ij ...
lated areas In the East and: I I ,4/ t; i .I. : J l If
South. Hundreds of schools were I / f !i i.t C.Na
closed highway and air travel B a, "
} f"cLOUDY was disrupted and some remote If f U t ; : ,. r
; Isolated. I ,' '.
areas .
were I \ J WI
m i
Strong winds whipped the ";"I I It
now Into huge drifts in many
l
areas,'up to six feet high In the I t "
extreme eastern'section of West I ( : FROM
2
Virginia. The storm 'was described fl Ii I Yd
+ as the worst of the winter : Bi-
,
-' 1i 1ia. season In Baltimore which r1 .
+
.s...::.:s. LesedssesInrw.rrw.a reported eight Inches of snow I
Similar amounts covered the L.'H 1 ; f

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....a..ner..e s..w .!. '
World WarVeterans I V'1
'e- 0-' PLUS FREE LABOR
; 3tP1 O alas : mE1
?. To
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Install OfficersCommander TOP

Clear. skin' *nd sal .*..,.r hirti. wen frac..t for m.it .l FUrld t4,. H.wv.r, the prediction
Milt' for e w.rmlnf heed tonight that will kit th.."." ,ride,- Colder el lr' grad Into Paul R. LINING
.nwv.i4 MctiMit .f the rated end ...t e. e Ita... m...d out I I... the Atlantic. h.. '.,thiMS leads the slate of new officers Light QUALITY
> to tw* fat were rs.rt*d l In pares .f W. Vlrflni. tAP( Winplmt) of Burgess E. Banks Memorial !
Barracks No. 433 of The* Veterans '
Weathcrcast of World War I, USA.who .. THIS SEALON LINING MATERIAL AND LABOR ARE ABSOLUTELY)
will be Installed In ceremonies FREE WITH EVERY DRAPERY ORDER LINING THATnD I
tomorrow night at 7
Fair and cool weather will rIt
o'clock In the
Magnolia Building SUN-RESISTANT PROTECTS FAIRICS
e INSULATES ROOMS AGAINST
prevail in the Lakeland area today w w of Lakeland Civic Center. HEAT AND COLD FROM FADING AND OTHER HARMFUL ....
and tonight becoming a Other officers are John F. EFFECTS OF SUN EXPOSURE

little warmer tomorrow weathermen Degnan senior vice commander; s LINED DRAPERIES, ARE GUARANTEED ALL OUR DRAPERIES CARRY A FULL m
A: Partly cloudy tonight and James H. Bishop Junior vice 1 1
said today. i = TO HANG SETTER AND LAST LONGER ONE YEAR GUARANTEE
Thursday with slowly rising ;\ commander; E M. Kennel III!) ....
Northeast to easterly winds RIMIMIERt Thtr NO CHARGE for Hi LINING MATERIAL 4 LAIR
temperatures. A few showers : quartermaster; Milton I. Duke h absolutely *
will blow at 6 to 12 miles an Thursday. Low tonight 38 to 44. rrr. chaplain; and George W, Hartman Minimum thin fw aiMkrim, Plnh en* ..... ....
hour today dropping to less B-C: Fair through Thursday. judge advocate. In addition Ei
than 6 miles an hour tomorrow. Not quite so cold tonight and F Jack Beahan Walter Fred.rlebon "
Thursday with lows tonight in and Frank Tate will be Free Home Decorator Service 1 r =
Moderate humidity was expect- 1 /
the thlrtiet. =' installed as trustees II 1
ed.The D: Fair through Thursday. M The Installing officer will be Shop In the comfort of your home with one of our
maximum temperaturehere Not so cold tonight and Thurs J Charles W Snyder Judge advocate '" qualified interior decorators to help you plan for .
yesterday was 67 degrees day. Low tonight 45 to 50 on for the Department of Flor' .... INTERIORS
and the minimum this morning the beaches and 35 Inland.E H .. ida of The Veterans of World your drapery needs I.dI

37 -F: Fair through Thursday. .- War I, U.S.A.Following E2
was degrees.Florida PHONE MU 8-1415 GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER ra
Not quite so cold tonight and wow the group's regular
Five Day Forecast Thursday. Low tonight 40 to 45 monthly meeting the barracksand Next To Grove Theatre

Temperatures will average, Northeast to east winds 5 to: -... II"" the auxiliary will join In a a B _/
from normal to three degrees 15 miles per, hour.G Valentine party. _
below normal for the five day ; Clear to partly cloudy I
period starting at 7 p.m. tonight through Thursday. Not to cold The average University of MI.I-
and ending at 7 p.m. Monday. tonight and Thursday. Low tonight ami student Is probably three-
The normal high ranges from 55 on the beaches and 45
to-five year older than most of
the high sixties In the north to Inland.
the low seventies in the south HI: Fair through Thursday the buildings in which he lives
The normal low ranges from the Not quite ao cold tonight and and studies. No less than 24
forties In the north; low fifties Thursday. Low tonight 45 to 50. major structures, valued at
in the central portion; and low Jl Clear to partly cloudy some 50 million dollars, have i
sixties In the extreme south. A through Thursday. Not so cold been
completed on the 260-acre
warming trend was forecast to tonight and Thursday. Low tonight
start tonight and continue 60 to 65 on the beaches Main Campus since 1947. Con
through Friday. Cooler weather and 50 Inland.K traction is under way on the
with a few showers was predicted : Clear to partly cloudy Computing Center and an ex I
for the weekend Rainfall Is through Thursday. Not so cold panded Student Union latest additions -
expected to total about one- tonight and Thursday. Low tonight to one of the world's
quarter inch. 60 to 85. most modern educational plants


Lauderdale Devises ProgramsTo


I tE

Keep Students Busy, HappyFORT .


LAUDERDALE (AP-: If the students come In peak A program mapped by civic
Fort Lauderdale will of- I
again numbers possibly as many as groups provides maximum en-
fer varied entertainment
a to keep collegians out program of 50,000 will be here over,a 15-day tertainment and minimum Idle

mischief If. as expected they period. time. It will cost the city (13,000

swarm Into this south Florida resort -' Included are dances beach parties My two sons and I invite you to attend
during Easter vacations. Somalia HeadsU. boat cruises athletics and,
The program was instituted In gift certificates.All .
1962 to prevent a repetition of I a student needs Is a
the wild Easter vacation of 1961 N. Peace Plea "hello" tag costing 25 cents Claude Jenkins9 Lakeland Lincoln-Mercury
.
when hordes of beer drinking It's worth about $25 in enter. ;
students taunted police and tainment.
were arrested by the hundreds I MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP)
The plan also was used successfully Responding, to a peace plea CwspleP Open House Celebrationthis

last year.Home from U.N. Secretary-General VI I INSURANCESERVICI
That the government of Somalia w

FireBlamed has ordered an immediate LanIer Upihaw, coming Saturday. /
cease.fire In Its border fight Inc. SSSSSSM
i S. T...... AM, Pk. _fills
On with Ethiopia. _

"Yes, my sons and I extend a cordial invitation to you to stop by for the Open House celebrationof

WiringImproper THE FSC GREEKS I the all-new Claude Jenkins Lakeland Lincoln-Mercury on Saturday, February 15.

PRESENT ON "This Open House marks the completion of the comprehensive program of remodeling ( and ,
wiring in a home at the establishment of important new management policies) that Murdoch, Jimmie and I started workingon
200 Hibriton Way yesterday immediately after assuming ownership of Lakeland Lincoln-Mercury in October.

caused a fire which damagedthe FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 "As for our completely remodeled facilities you'll discover the most beautiful automobile sales

home shortly before noon. AT 8:15 P.M. room and, the most modern, most complete service department in Polk County.
Lakeland Fire Chief C. M.
Deal said the blaze which started "And in addition to our new, vastly improved facilities, you'll see many new faces in our sales,
inside a clothes closet on the x bookkeeping and service departments. These fine new sales, office and service people will help us Implement -
second floor of the home apparently The the many new customer satisfaction policies we have put Into effect.
was started by Im I
proper wiring. "Please plan to stop by on Saturday and get a first-hand look at the all-new, beautiful Lakeland
The home was occupied by DAVE BRUEBECK Lincoln-Mercury. We'll be looking for you ."
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Proctor Sincerely, I
and their five children.
M. CLAUDE JENKINS
Discovered By Child QUARTET

One of the children. Ralph, President.
discovered the blaze In the
closet and told the maid who. in PersonPAUL

In turn led the children from P. S. Featured at our Open House will be a 45 minute concert on our lot by the LAKELAND
the home and alerted neighbors DESMONDJOE HIGH SCIIOOL BAND, which has been selected to represent Florida at the Washington D. C.
to call the fire department. Cherry Blossom Festival In April. This concert will be held from 3 to 4 P.M. Plenty of free
Mrs. Proctor was at Kathleen MORELLO-GENE WRIGHT parking will be available. Don't miss itl!
where she teaches school and
her husband was In Winter Haven
at the time of the fire. Branscomb Memorial Auditorium
Neighbors removed some of Claude Jcnklnt'
the clothing and furnishings Advance Tickets .$2.50 and $2.00

from the home while two trucks Box Office-$3.00 and $%.50 LAKELAND LINCOLN-MERCURY
pumped water onto the fire. .
Deal said the home sustained TICKETS ON. SALE AT
mostly smoke damage althoughthe P.lk *<_!-Oew_. ..4 SmtliiM 941 East Main Street Phone 6826152I
closet was burned and most SI"deflt t.......1! Ct r ., ISC

of the clothing the closet were FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 482-3150
I lost. Some water. damage was a



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I Wednesday LAKELAND Feb. 12.LEDGER.1K4 Mutual Leader Says Valencia England Has AppetiteFor WASHINGTON REPORT



Rescue AttemptIs Florida JuicesEngland Charges Were Made

Operations To Begin March 15Roy "

Successful; which maintains restrictions to obtain Information about our] Against Negro LeaderBy '

B. Hunter director of the,plane that win continue to run addition 790,000 temples, making on the Import of FlorIda product.

Rescuer Dies market Information division of lightly on some late blooming a total of 3590.000 early and citrus nonetheless has exhibited LaRocque explained that In .....
Florida Citrus Mutual predicted supplies of mid-season oranges mldseason oranges," he said LEWIS JR. the march had many of the
CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) yesterday concentrators will from their own membership j "Most of this, with the exception an appetite for Florida view of the tremendous, Interest FULTON earmark of a glgantio church
Let Peterman. police chief in start operation with Valencia "From my Information It of some temple, will be frozen concentrated orange shown by these people and the WASHINGTON-South Caro social.
oranges In the period March 15 will be around March 19 to utilized In processing channels Juice. excellent market available in lina' Strom Thurmond made But Adorn had been '
exposed
-
suburban Bentleyville, died of a to AprU 1. I April 1 before there Is any appreciable 'As of that date,** Hunter The Florida Citrus Commission I the United Kingdom In the catering national headline last August and it was considered
heart attack mlnutei after administering Unless continued rain extends resumption for concentrate -| 13 when be took the Senate
continued, "we had 38 5 million last
moved into London trade right now, It become doubtful that he would ever
oxygen to a heart|the picking season the seasonon purposes of Valencia boxes of late or Valencia type month to participate in the Ho- efforts floor to read into the Congressional again take a leading role In
early and raldseason oranges oranges" urgent to renew : Record,. .,._, ,
attack victim
Monday night oranges. telympla Exhibit, an outstandIng the civil right fight "He'
liberalization of imports -
should end this to push for
week, he said Even then Hunter said It a file on a Negro
Peterman called theY ] food trade fair. Samples of too easy'to attack.
to
.1 wu "There must be about would be "a rather early resumption Into the United Kingdom leaden Just We
\ help of George C. Breymaler, seven or eight concentrate for concentrate pur Public Tours frozen concentrated orange Juice or at least to obtain more generous -] which Included can't afford to get smeared,"
$4. who had been stricken. The]plants In the state that have poses" were distributed from a Juice import licenses. World War II. '. one Negro leader wa* report
finished their early and mid. Hunter stressed, however, bar during the 10-day show and '". '''P ed to have said. ,
police chief used an oxygen season concentratedpack Of Police Station the response was tremendous Recipe FeaturedThe conviction for When plane for the New
tank applying a face mask to orange processing plant are never In the of Alfred LaRoc- draft registration
and there are others plan. completely closed down. He opinion space granted to the Commission and York City boycott were lackIng -
Breymaier, and restored him to nlng to close down sometime aid a "trickle of Valencia ScrecFriday que, Commission representativein wu In a prominent failure late last month ,Rustle
consciousness.Then this week depending on the will continue to be processed Western Europe.In I' spot he said, adding The Juice for sex perver- was called In to run the show.
Peterman walked Into weather" Hunter said. "From Into single strength and chilled The police building on Lake a letter to Frank D. Am dispensers were obtained on lon.The\ More than 450,000 students
the kitchen and collapsed. what the buyer with whom I Juices at plants. Wire Drive ha* been one of the director of advertising and merchandising loan from a London manufacturer charge d were said to have stayed home
Effort of Breymaler to use most visited building In Lake- noted that and the concentrate was were leveled at
talk have LaRocque In against "de facto
told protest
me, many of the "We have used a little more
the oxygen tank on his rescuer] land during the 434 month thatIt 18,500 under special license Bayard Rustln. LEWIS
approximately persons Imported a
and
plant will close down this than one million boxes of Va-| IChooIleIf'Oaation" cred
baa been
were unsuccessful. week, weather permitting. lencla to date most of them opened. visited the Committee booth and obtained by the U.s. Embassy chief organizer. March Wash it went to Rustin.
Hunter estimated there are being utilized In chilled and single Police Chief Leo Brooker yesterday sampled the orange Juice during for this fair and the Glasgow oftheAug Thurmond 28 referred on to Within 38 hour of the boy.

about 30 plant 11the state strength juices, fresh shipments said that about 3.500 persons the show. fair next April." ington.records to show that cot: Rustle had done the civil
have court
viewed the
station
No Nagging which make concentrate. and chilled salad" Hunter Enthusiasm Reported Commission recipe booklets Rustln bad been arrested for right movement great harm.
during the 176 tour thus far
were distributed and one of the He showed In a Russian-
Light Run Seen given by members of his de "The most outstanding featureto sex perversion In Pasadena, up
.ald.Ripellll' featured In
Backache Means recipes was one day 1953. style fur hat at the Soviet
Doubted
in January
exhibition
To my knowledge, there are partment.He report concerning this the test kitchen at the fair and California UN Mission on Park Avenue.
one, possibly! two or three,' There' 1* tome Industry feelIng said most of the persons is the enthusiasm and appreciation -shown on the television system 'Rustln pleaded guilty, was HE TOLD reporters "I am
GoodNight'sSleepMr Hunter mentioned that Va- don't realize how big the buildIng for our Florida frozen Installed In the United States convicted and sentenced to the here member of the
............................__. lenclas are not ripe enough now really is until they get Into concentrate by all trade factors exhibit. I county workhouse for 80 dsys. committee as a which peace
Jar Sear upia., lay wltbSUeu SINUS SUFFERERS. who sampled our Jules," be Rustin refused to comment on hope to put
_....... up..es or deeM amy and contain too much acid for It.Police LaRocque said that he had an end to nuclear and other
Cad >la. Aid use as concentrate now. will once again open wrote. this charge.
est and=k amlMlr I.n.:1:: OUR received a note of commendation weapons. We will continue our
is m Feb. 8, had their door Friday to the public "Hotel trade operators hospital Thurmond revealed, too,
1X114/ kU4d hrlat4e.wtw that nata "Through we according from the British Red Cross discussion which will bring
'"il a.Ywfortebr" :..' J' SUPER COLD CAPSULES to USDA e estimators 2,S a* part of the Exchange Club's administrator, restaurant Society "for the wonderful collections that Rustln had been a mem- out the Russian position
on
d er.dbe.ufoti Dees..Pl ides million boxes of and mid Crime Prevention Week. chain owner, caterer and Communist
With 1 1..Ie.... early apecW you have made on your ber of the Young and disarmament"
/ I help aootiiliit kr I their.ff a.L.adiNbw.esb.. l U MM bladder Irrt.UUom. .btlwlr .1 T* Srlefad Rtliaf I season 'round' oranges and In Tour will begin at I o'clockIn food distributors and han stand for the Society during the League for three yean dropping peace Rustln explained that he was
tad kr weir wild dlnratte artloathtmik No Sramoch Uptat. the morning and will continue dlers from all over the British 10 ,. out In 1941.
past days
leader In the
tlx kldMnBdl>a t.. l FRENCH INFLUENCEBaton until 4:30 o'clock In the I Isles and from the Republic of Negro leaden did not con- a Committee for
*Ika li Blba
tbt aotmit e at =
lie U imlDi bMkuba ashes 1 12 Capsule ? 98c Rouge capital of Louisiana afternoon. About 7( tour were Ireland visited our stand during test the facts but stuck by Non-Violent Action a pacifist
,. ... ..
l 'L wmlt. was founded around 1720 conducted during the first open this fair. A special trade In- Rustln, saying that Thurmond,
ha'ru'p. -.j FLORIDA PHARMACY and was one of the earliest house on Sept. 21, when the quiry form was made availableby Sentence Set an avowed segregationist, received wide publicity In the

M/us./ .japed. fes.esres..... lar.* alaa Oat 911 N. M... Ara.Fla. French settlements the Louisiana police station was dedicated.Then the fair management and a wished to smear the civil Communist press.
toes.'. w-T I l.kale.d. Territory. The name means are usually about 20 per large number of visitor took Aside right movement. The Dixie He was accompanied by A.
-"" "Red Stick." ions per tour, Brooker said. I'the trouble to fill out this form ; Longer Democrat conceded that he J. Muste, a veteran pacifist
and violent foe of American
would like to the march
see
I I Term Given called off.SEVERAL. weapons. Rustln denied that
he was a Communist and said
Negro leaden
that he rejected Marxism Jos-
DENVER Colo. (AP-Leon. were reported to have been
ard J. TrujUlo went to court hocked when Thurmond detailed "my Quaker" philosophy of non

Tuesday to ask that his second Rustln' record. They violence.
Come to forgery conviction be "set aside had no Idea of his checkeredpast Austin said later that he
our in the Interest of Justice." and reportedly felt he criticised several aspect of
the Soviet society In conversation
TruJillo 21, told Judge Ed- should not have been fired in
with his host*. He called
[ward J. Keating that a sentence the first place.
for stepped-up cultural exchange
of two to six years was Imposedby With but two weeks to go
between East and
the Judge despite lack of certain before the march however, West.
evidence. Keating reviewedthe they felt Rustln was too valu
One of those Soviet with
case. able to fire. The march was
whom he spoke Vladimar
"You want Justice done," he held a* scheduled and ruled a
80d Kovanov later told newsmen
% J told TrujUlo "so I'm going to great success. There were no
It that a thaw has set upon the
"
accommodate YOll. He made incidents no act of violence. Cold War:
I the sentence three to eight The participants. Negro and
"The U
Spring coming We
white were good-natured and
I year went wherever we wanted in

your country. We felt a great
desire to reach peace."
\\I AT ", /EOL LEADERS of the Gotham

NITE & DAY ::- boycott appeared unconcernedthat
Rustln showed up at the

w Soviet office "It seems to me

: V First Federal is your hostat that he gave explanation a perfectly for being reasonable

there" said Milton Calamison,
the Brooklyn minister who
both offices 1 first called the boycott. '"1
t tI don't think anything can detract

from the luster of our

THURSDAY FEB. 13th I I I ) demonstration."




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Today Is Wednesday Feb. 12,
the 43rd day of 1964. There are
;
JVVCOL.OR 323 days left In the year. TodayIs
Ash Wednesday marking the
: start of Lent. Today also Is
Celebratingour er Chinese New Year's Eve, usherIng -

In the Year of the Dragon


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Help us celebrate thirty wonderful years. ,. to be assassinated.

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\ warm friendship for First Federal. We are .

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this year. Three of the things-todo cards de&lgned for this '' >
$t. Valentine's Day are shown above. Other valentines for '

moppets mothers include grandmother putties,and magic aunt slates to, tend games to, and their a favorite variety .___._. ",:-:1--- ;; :: ; 1

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Newsfeature elk and buffaloes roam and
Three communities, diverse[ the Rosebud Indian reservation
thousands of miles apart, and At last count the population ,
so small there are lets than was 3,440. 1,000 of this kNd' tdi $ IA"S Eep'JA rxN + 'r"u.. y
4,000 persons among them since I960, the year Lyle Lin- y
are the Valentines of Americaand Strom became city manager
their hearts pulsate the Here where the waterfalls
nation's sentimentality[ are the nearest thing to Niagara .
As St. Valentine's Day approaches love Is a many-splendor-
the beat quickens to ed thing thoroughly endorsed 1 4 g
rapid tattat-tats as stamping by the Chamber of Commercewith .
machines[ bang their romantic a heart-shaped letter
postmarks on thousands of brand and a town celebration FRIEDRICH 80th ANNIVERSARY OFFER
envelopes J just passing Valentine High School prepares
through a pageant climaxed witha
Because this Is also Leap coronation ball on the day purchase the Friedrich reverse TwinTemp room air conditioner,

Year It is difficult to estimatethe of hearts, and the whole town
and receive UNITED STATES
$25 SAVINGS
exact number of sacks takes part, enthuses Ltnstrom h" a BOND at no extra cost! '

filled with[ scented lacy, red "And oh, the nail we getl" MODEL IYII1 ,
paper hearts sent to these Love Everywhere
1FRIEDRICH TWINTEMP FEATURES INCLUDE .
places to be remalled to sweet .
Still, valentine towns are not 17,400 BTU'i of heating and cooling
hearts everywhere. But there power ..:
the only ones to make the
will Named be plenty.after a family of most of this holiday for the completely outomatic-speed fan-104 amps 0- ,1 r rr

early settlers Valentine Va, saint Billing[ of Itself sentimental as the messages"City[ ofSweethearte" zlne-clod baked enamel chassis and cabinet to Insure protection from Florida climate '1'-
Is a handful of farm houses
and a general store on Route is Loveland, 5-year guarantee of completely sealed refrigeration system '
48 Colo. which also does a thriving J '

"Nothing much happens mailing business.
There also Lovelands In .
are '
around here, says Sheriff W. 'r
Iowa. Ohio and Oklahoma i :
9v.
E. Hill, until the somnolent ..
Kansas has a Lovewell There
little postal station suddenly
,are Loving towns la Georgia,
stirs to life at Valentine-send \
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New Mexico and Texas. Texas .
lug time. '-l.'h"l\< ,
also has a l vtJo". a Love J
Hearts Of Tuu'At '....
Lady and a Love Field rating
the turn of the centuryon the most love-conscious of
Valentine's Day the South. the 50 states,
era'Pacific[ railroad steamed In Mississippi[ there Is a NEW FROM HOOVER .
Into an Isolated settlement 180 town of Love. fMfdy'I'atiJ f
miles west of El Paso and But what's In a name? In 'J the revolutionary washer-spin dryer
another postmark collectors Nevada, of all places, there ,
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is a community called Love ;j
Item Valentine, Texas was
lock, and everybody knows
born.
Since then In this land of that In that state the lock Is ., 1GB.GO

sprawling cattle ranches the never very tight

community of Valentine has rWhat : i "' ,

not grown much. It boasts of MakesA p 't? '' The fastest washing, most compact washer-spin dryer
a Catholic and a Protestant to't

church grocery, six stores gas, a stations tourist[ ,court three, BlanketSo 6-lb dry clothes capacity r.qulres.only 10 gallons of water |

and 350 residents.
Ranching and railroadingare Warm? ,,, a"- spin basket assures maximum water extraction In only 1 minute
the chief Interests of the fat w. : i 11 .
people here, says Mrs Den Two separate motors. one for washer, one for dryer
nis Baldwin, wife of the What makes a blanket warm?

town's deputy sheriff. But Weight Is not the answer according "",; Suds saver pumps hot sudsy water from spin dryer back into washerWasher .
when Feb 14 rolls around, a to the American Institute .
third "R" romance, gets a
office of Laundering A good : 4 wt tub of lifetime stainless steel dryer basket
very big hand at the post ; easy-care
[ at the crossroads blanket It maintains is relatively "r" b' "" 6'n anodized aluminum
l' ? k
The BuffaloesBig [ light. It retards the escape .G s Py

by comparison Is Valentine of body hest by means of Guaranteed by Hoover Company for one full year
Nebr. nestled between insulating air cells held in the
game refuge where the deer.
nap.
It's the nap which should be a "

T LAKEHAMILTON examined In buying blankets if 4 : :

you have warmth In mind, for It

Is the Insulation provided by the

air[ cells held In the nap which

LAKE HAMILTON-Women gives blankets their "warm a.1to..t" A
of Lake Hamilton Community[
Presbyterian[ Church will meet quality.So SAVE VP TO
tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the when buying a blanket $100 on a magnificent Maynavox during

Christian Hostesses educational will be Mrs.building.Douglas examine[ napping the nap will carefully.weaken Excessive the big factory authorized annual sale for a limited time

Jennings Mrs. Mil Jennings yam and lessen the durabilityof
and Mn. Robert E. Lee.
the blanket. Bt sure to chooseone
Mrs. Frank Lundla will present
the program "What Do of good depth, fine even
We Worship?"' and springy to the touch which ._., ..__ T. i stereo hi-fi console featuring solid state circuitry that

Lake Hamilton CommunityKlnder.rtert will not shred when brushed with
will take a field tubes '
the hand. \ uses no ,
trip to the Sunbeam Bakeriesin [
All wool blankets of virgin
Lakeland on Thursday, Feb
20. Mrs. Irene Blasdell kindergarten wool will retain their warm I NOW ONLY
teacher has com qualities[ and high nap resiliency

pleted the arrangements The through the years with proper 138.80
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will be during the
group gone
handling A blanket made of
morning hours
Lake Hamilton Community cotton and wool will also have Gives you thrilling fidelity and dimensional realism
Presbyterian Church will havea warmth to quite a good degree !
covered dish supper Thurs if nap II made largely of wool. Detachable legs make It equally suitable for use on shelves

clay Feb. 20, at 1:30 p.m. In Some of the newer blanketsare .
the Christian educational[ build. made of rayon combined Ideal wherever. space Is a problem; beautifully styled cabinet

log Mrs Walker Sexton, Mrs with wool or cotton. This[ combination l
Wallace Eckles and Mrs Carl- adds softness and lustre I
ton Blasdell will serve M hostesses to the blanket, but after a number
Those attending[ are to of laundering[ the warmth 1 I. .. TRUE STEREO-HIGH FIDELITY! Only' Mag. YOUR RECORDS CAN LAST A LIFETIME .
bring a covered dish, salad, retaining[ qualities will decrease navox hoi an advanced acoustical' yttim tfiotprejecti
vegetable or dessert, and their to a certain extent Quality of '. ... J sound from sides' as well at cabinet becouM there Is no discernible record or stylus I I Ia.

own table service rayon, fibers used, and launder sl .{. >... ::":.::. > icy r front, reflecting musk from your wall, i use as wear with the Mleromotlc playa. The diamond
?
Mrs Frank Lundln Is soaking ing care will effect .the rate of :'r. 'er'" ,' :_: .,.. ,, .w_;,.. .,v 1 7.r.f concert hall to product spectacular
arrangements to have a decrease. stylus li guaranteed for 10 yeart

missionary[ speak, after the
supper, in observance of World jJJ1JtdJJJlaLL
Missions Month.
Lake Hamilton Baptist Mission Maas' Appliances
will combine with the The Rev. W. J. Ashworth,

Community Presbyterian 511 E;...Chsrles St., underwent .... .
Church In observance of the surgery today at Lakeland NO DOWN PAYMENT NO PAYMENTS TIL MAY ON ALL AIR CONDITIONERS
World Day of Prayer to be General Hospital. Visiting with
held Friday[ at 7:30 p.m. at the Mrs Ashworth while the Rev. 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MOREICELAND
Presbyterian Church. The Rev Mr Ashworth Is In the hospital
Mr. Swetnam. Baptist pastor, Is her son and daughter \ -r 1w
will talk on prayer and Mrs. law, Dr. and Mrs W. E. Darby
Swetnam will sing a solo of Augusta Ga.
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I News About Folk 'Round About Polk Haven Jr. Woman's Club Lana Her Fiance Towles,



'I WINTER HAVEN-Mr. and ings, all of Green Castle, Ind.,, arrived In Waverly with plans Clara Collins, an infirmary

Mra. Jeter L. Arrington are and Mrs. Goldle Wilson of to spend several weeks at the patient at Bishop Gray Inn. Valentine' Dance To Be Feted

I entertaining the former'a sister East Gary, Ind, have been home of Mr. and Mn. C. N. Meyers Are Home Plans

Mrs G. Madison Smartt visiting at the home of Mrs Davis
of Great Falls. Mont. Ruth Evans for a few dayi. V!U.ltorsMr. Mr and Mn. Clarence C. Mr. and Mn. Clifford E.

Mr. Frank Zumpf and children Six Weeka Meyer are home again. They WINTER HAVEN Glitter- Johnson of Sanford will hon

, have as guests Mri. A aix-week visit In Winter and Mn. Rudolph Gee were away for more than two Ing cupid. and hearts of red, or their son, William, and his

1 Zumpf's parents, Mr and Haven li planned by Dr. and and daughter Karen, of St. months, visiting their son-in- white and silver will be usedin 0/ fiance, Lana Kaye Towles at
visited here with
i Mrs F. J. Hanke of Green Mrs. Jayson Harrell of Ontario Petersburg law and daughter Mr. and the decor for the Valentine a reheanal dinner tomorrow
and L C Stanlandand
Mr Mrs
1' Forest, Ark., for a few days. Canada.Mr. Norman and family Mn. Peter Johnson, and grand Ball Friday at the Woman' at 7:30: p.m, at Morriion'aCafeteria

Mr. and Mrs John Ester- and Mrs. R. C. Terry eons in Park Ridge, III, and Club building The semiformal banquet room.
Harold Stanford and
gard of Sawyer Mich, and and children are new residents IOn, more recently their IOn William ball, sponsored by the Mill Towlea and Mr. John
Mr and Mrs Lou tucker of to the area. The family Dwalne, of Chicago, and hit Meyer and family who Junior Woman's Club of Win. ion will exchange marriagevows

Coloma Mich., are returning is formerly of Ashburn, Ga., aunt Mra. Ann Ala Forrester here of have moved into their new ter Haven, will begin at I with Friday at 7:30: pra. at

I. to their respective homes following and Is residing In the northwest Birmingham were home In Coldwater, Mich. music for dancing by Dave l the Methodist Temple.

a visit with Mr. and section: of town. for a visit with his parents, Mn. Suite Banks of Tallahassee Frederick's band and the ThoM attending the dinner
and Mrs S. E Stanford.
Mn. Buck Wilder. Mrs, Dwight Lewis and Mr. has been visiting with "Mello Tones." Mn. Mary will be the honored couple,
father has been ill for the
Miss Christine Solansbee family are visiting with her Hn and one-half her sister, Mrs J. Fred Dur- Loy Emry will\ be the featured her parents, Mr. and Mrs

I and Miss Louise Solansbee, sister, Miss Kay Reisinger of past three den, for several weeks. vocalist. George DuVaU: Mr. and Mrs.
both of St. Paul Minn., are Indiana, Pa. months, and a patient at Winter Mrs. Viola King of St. Pet- Proceeds from the ball will Bill Brown Mr. and Mrs.

visiting their cousin and husband Mr. and Mrs F. R. Simon Haven Hospital. ersburg and Mrs. Lorna M. be used for the establishment Virgil McKlssack Mr and

Mr. and Mr. Charles have arrived from their homeIn Hospital Patients Bohan of Anchorage, Alaska, of a dental clinic and other Mra. David Ourgel Mr. and

I i, Leroy Mama Chicago for a winter vacation Mrs Myrtice Smith, Madison visited Mrs. Marie Holdson welfare work. The dental Mri. Joseph Mayo, Mf. and

I Dr and Mn. E. T. Dan. In Florida. Johnson and J, 0. Pearson and Deaconess Harriett Bedellat clinic li the projected major Mm. Gary Roth Miss Janet

I' forth are spending several A former Winter Haven resident have been patients for Gray Inn recently. welfare project selected by the Johnson Miss Cheryl John

I weeks in the area from their has returned to visit old several dayi at Lakeland General I members of the Junior Wom eon

.1 t home In Ann Arbor, Mich friends and renew acquaint Hospital. an's Club, and a number of Larry Towles. Frank Millen,

f Winter Home ances after an absence of 20 Vergie Dunaway Is home DUNDEE-Mn. R. E. Ellen- investigations on various levels Ronnie Lauderdale J a ra a i

" yean Mrs Antoinette Petti- from Winter Haven General berg was guest of honor at a are necessary to establish DuVall the Rev and Mra.

Mr. and Mrs Samuel Jack- John of Hemet, Calif, Is the Hospital. surprise baby shower, follow. the project on a working and ; Raymond Gregory of Sanford

', ion Jr have returned to spendthe house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Doug Grlssom ing a meeting of the Young serving basis and the Rev. and Mra. John
remainder of the winter at of Orlando visited The project will be twofoldIn
George Schroll at their Eloise and JoAnn Adult Women's Class of Dun. Hunt.
a their Winter Haven residence Woods residence Mra. Petti- with Mrs. L. C. Stanland and dee Baptist Church. The class that the group desires to -

following several months at John ia the former Miss Antoinette other relatives here and with gathered at the home of Mrs. educate school children In the

their home "Up Holland" In Van.Duyne. The California her father, Mr. Stanland, at Lem Helms, where the business vital need for dally care of .. I. Social Events

St. Michael. Md. visitor was honored by Winter Haven Hospital. meeting was followed bya the teeth and to provide den .

Mr and Mrs V. E. Brown her hostess and Mrs Edgar Visiting with Mr and Mrs. social hour. Refreshment tal care for needy children. I J' PlannecllnWinter
and children are new residents Care Stressed
two Melvin at a coffee. J, O. Pearson were Harold were served by the hostess Proper
from Chattanooga, Tenn. A school will be selected In
and Ronnie
Michigan Visitors Trammell sons, and her daughter, Diane. HavenWINTER
Mr. Brown is In the printing. Mr. and Mrs Joel Sander and Mark, of Atlanta. They Mr. and Mrs Aubrey Tomllnson the Winter Haven area for

', business son of Grandledge, Mich, vacationing took Mn. Trammell home have returned from the educational part of the HAVEN Mrs
; Mr. and Mn. James Fisher project. A will beset
In Zephyrhills were after a two weeks' stay here Starke, where they visited Mr program L. W, Dunaon will be hostessat
and three children have moved for the first through
t' of Mr and due to the illness of her up
the house guests and Mrs Henry Tomlinson Idle-
I 1 from their former hometown few J. O. Pearson third grades In the selected A SILVER BAUBLE which will be used to decorate the her home on Lake
for
James Terrell a father
Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Roy Tomlinsonand wild to members of the Bouquet
t of Villa Nova, Pa., to Visitor school stressing the Importance ballroom- for the Junior Woman'i Club of Winter Haven'a
dayi. Pearson other relatives.
Garden Club of Winter
f become permanent residents. Dr. and Mrs. Elmer J, Harrison of dally care and the Valentine Ball Friday, at the Haven Woman'i Club ii admiredby
the Pearsons.recently Haven tomorrow at 10:30:
visiting
Others
li research Honor Roll Told to brush the teeth.
Mr. Fisher a proper way
of Butte, Mont., have were their son and Miss Barbara Horton, club member. She made the baubleby a.m. Mn. John Boland will
second
The of the
the
chemist employed of by Agricul arrived for a two-month win daughter-indaw, Mr, and Mrs. j Principal Paul T. Atchley project will provide phase dental dipping a string-wound balloon in starch, drying It and demonstrate the basic : principle
U. S. Department has announced the Dundee It with silver then the balloon leav
deflating
,
ter holiday. Ve Roy Pearson, and children care for children whose spray painting of flower arranging

ture.Mr. and Mn. Russell Single Mrs. L. O. Thompson li entertaining Vickey, Kieth, Bill, of Elementary School honor roll are unable to do par'ens so. log the sparkling shell. during a workshop session.

In Gar- her slater Mri. Avon Park; and Mr. and Mrs. as follows, Gwendelyn Keene, Transportation to the dentist Members are to take materials
ton and ion are living
, den Grove following their U. G. Robert of Florence, Tom McAdami of Akron Gailla Martin, Deborah Sad. will be provided for these children In arts and crafts mediums adopted 14-year-old child at to work with duringthe

move to Winter Haven from Ala., at her home on Marianne Ohio, who are spending sometime ley, Kathy Spears, tint grade; If necessary during the semimonthly class Sunland School for Retarded workshop and a covered

Drive. at New Smyra Beach. Ann Cloninger, John Hallgren, Youths' Needs es. Classes Include Spanish, Children at Gainesville. dish for luncheon.
Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs George Mer- Mr and Mrs Merton Grant Mrs. Howard Thornton and second grade; David Hunt, The needs of the community a e win I g, knitting, cooking The Valentine Ball Is being Selected deigns from the

I cer and daughter are new have arrived from their homein daughter, Judy, visited recently Cheryl O'Neal, third grade; youth are also being met by crafts, good grooming and held for the first time this flower show schedule will be

resident to the area and are Rollinsford, N. H., for a in Arlington, Ga., with her Ellison Ivey, Donald Wood, club member through work- proper conduct for young ladles. year and it li planned to be made and judged during the

living at Leisure Shores. The winter i vacation. Canadian father, E. A. Miller. fourth grade; Dawn Anderson, Ing with the Winter Haven an annual event to raise funds meeting of members of the

formerly lived in residents Mr. and Mrs Bruce Mra. Paul Aleck Sr. visitedIn Kathy Powell, John Wood, Girl Club. Service hours are The group also provides to carry on the welfare work Azalea Garden Club, Mrs. E.
family
Portsmouth Ohio. Hunter are spending several Orlando with A2C and fifth grade; Lila Anderson, donated In instructing the girls complete support to the club'i of the club. E. Darnell will be hostess at
months visiting during the and Linda Clark, Jewel Cloninger,
New residents from Exeter Mri. Rodger Sumner her home tomorrow for the

N. H, are Mr and Mrs. winter season prior to return daughter, Carla. Diane Helms and Rea Hilton, 1:30 p.m. meeting Mri. W,
Ontario.
1 Hall and two children.A ing to their home In sixth grade. R. Boland and Mrs. Frank L.
Douglas Mr. and Mrs George Jonesof Mrs. Wilbur Richardson is
Gosnell will assist In hospl.
retired couple, Mr. and DAVENPORT-The Happy
Mrs B. D. Hudson have Utica, Mich., have rentedan Go-Getten 4.H .Club met Friday undergoing treatment In Win. tality arrangements.
winter
for their
moved Into the area from apartment at the school building for ter Haven Hospital. Ruben (9111 YACHT CLUB
vacation In the area. hospitalizedfor
Stone, who was
their former home In Terre an educational tour. Members .WINTER HAVEN A Valentine -
Paul
and Mrs, Myera
Dr. several weeks, Is now convalescing
Haute Ind. were advised that cars are dinner dance will be
have ai their house guest for at home ,
Assistant Manager several weeks Mrs. Myers needed to take the girls to i_ W jg
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winsch father, Matthew Legge of Lake Alfred to take the special PTA Meets the Lake Region Yacht

and family will live In Winter Masslllon, Ohio. Florida State Fair train A "Founders Day" programand and Country Club. Reservations -

Haven while Mr. Winsch ia Mr and Mrs Charles Relm- Saturday. their Parents I daughters.may accompany silver tea were featured S LAKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday Feb 12, 1N4 are to be made for the

employed In Bartow ai assistant er are entertaining for a few Masters is club when the Dundee Parent- Informal event. Dinner will
Walter
manager at Armour. weeks, Mr. and Mrs Orville Mrs Teacher Association met In be served from 7.10 p.m.

The family formerly lived in Meinen of Barrington, III. leader. McGill the school auditorium on with dancing from S p.m un
Franklin D. parachute
Houston Tex. A three-month vacation li third class, USN Thursday, with Mrs. Franklin 9lt.-. ctakdwuL- til midnight.

!h I Mr. and Mri. J. Fred Slack planned by Mr. and Mrs Carl of rigger Mr. and Mrs Cloyde Powell presiding Mrs. Vera Bruce Canova and his or.

t of Centre Hall, Pa., are the Rhymes in the Winter Haven ion the Wharton' third grade won chests will provide the mu-
McGill graduated
house guests of Mrs. Slack'a area. The couple resides in 10, cent of among his class the room count for most parents sic for dancing.Engineers.
top per When Winter
brother-ln law and sister Mr. Boston. from the Parachute Rigger present. CaLifornians Spend

and Mra. Russell Haai. School at the Naval Air Technical The PTA program, directedby
A second winter vacation Is WAVERLY Visiting with Training Unit, Lake- Mrs. Whorton, was In the Wives

being spent in the area by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hattawaywere form of a panel discussion
hurst NJ. The 18 -week In Florida They Mast Tell Why
Mrs. J. Delaney Club To Have A
Mr. and Harry their son and daughter. course Included training in Alfred Powell as "Bud Col- ,

of Richmond, Va. In.law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles packing parachutes and servicing lard," acted as master of
..
.Mr. and Mra. Edward Peacock Hattaway, and sons, Bill, survival equipment such ceremonies on the "Who's Bridge LuncheonA

are returning to their David, Bob, of Sarasota, and as aviators' life rafts and life Telling The Truth" panel. By LUCIA MYERS of the Rev. and Mrs W. S Dobbie on Carolyn

home in Rockford, 111, follow her parents Mr. and Mrs jackets. Before entering the Seated on the panel were Mrs When Californians spend the Winter in, Drive. The Hmschei have circled the bridge luncheon for members -

ing a visit ai the house guests E. L. Amberger of Winter Navy In November 1961, George Justice, "Polly Bird," Florida, they have to explain why. world, and spent the last three wintera In of the Engineers Wives

of Mr. and Mn. Henry Pierce. Haven.R. Franklin McGill attended the Mrs. Carl Jensen Jr., "Kitty Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson of Europe.In Club of Polk County and their

Mr. and Mra Vurlin J. Ar- B. Howard of Jacksonville Haines City High School. Carson," and Richard Jacobs, Santa Barbara have a quick short answer: March, California visitor will come guests will be held Mondayat
vli and Mri. Blanche Row- visited with Mrs. L. C. "Low Graders". Challengerswere 10 a.m. at the Garden Center .
"Lakeland has the most beautiful bowling
Gray Ladles Classes to the Dobbie home Mr. and Mrs. Charles
and 802 E.
Norman Orange.
Stanland and Mrs. Lem Helms, "Mn.
green that we've seen In this G. Harford of San Mateo. He i Is associatedwith
and Norma Winter Haven chapter Coffee will be provided during
children, Mickey Anti-Social, Mrs Alfred Powell "
of the South.
Leigh, and L. C. Stanlandwho American Red Cross, will hold "Mrs. Luke Warm," and part research chemists.Mr. the morning for bridge and
Mrs Johnson Scot with
you pretty Is a patient at Winter a series i of indoctrination Mrs. Norman Anderson, "Mrs. a Dobbie, who retired in 1957, spent canasta players Luncheon will
Haven Hospital. He took Mrs classes today through Feb. PTA Supporter." bright blue eyes, is the champion t> ; A many years in the Methodist ministry In be served at 12:30 p.m. Mrs.

white paw Howard, Greg and Jeff, home 19 for those wishing to qualifyas of the family Two years the Northern New York Conference. James H. Ham Jr. will preside

wait... after a week's stay here due Gray Ladles, it was an- ago she and a friend won the at the business meeting

to the Illness of her father nounced by Mrs. Hulda Glass, California women's doubles following the luncheon..

College Student executive director. Daytime I Religious Groups'Meeting I bowling championship. Mrs Michael Altenburger

Randal Dampier, student at classes will be held from 9:30: The Johnsons are among Flower Girl Is In charge of arrangements.

University of Florida, Gainesville to 11.30: o'clock, and 1:30: to Calendar the most-traveled tourists of Tiny Assisting her will be Mrs. M.

visited with his parents 3:30 o'clock today, and the season In Lakeland. From C. deStefano, Mrs. H. A. Gent

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Dampier. night classes: will be held from PKAYIR FOR THI .DAY., -For a Santa Barbara they followeda Pamela Price will not be three years old and Mn. Phil Wunsch.

1 Mr, and Mrs. Ed Garner of 7.30: to 9:30: both today and helpful I.prarrr worihlo a ,morn any hour of at meditation tin meandering course, atop- until St. Patrlck'a Day. But before that time Mrs C. C Cook, membership
Thursday. All sessions will day or aunt, Dial tsi-illt. MRS' MYERS she will have appeared in two weddings In
Cullman, Ala, visited a few TODAY ping for a short time at several chairman, will IntroduceMrs.

days here with Mrs. J. 0. be held at Winter Haven chapter ... CBr.r..L: SCHOOL, 1321Memorial cities along the way. Their mileagehad 1964. Harry J, Kuhn aa a new

Pearson and other relatives.Mr. headquarters, 55 5th I ht clMUl al51RI5aT added up to approximately 1,000 when In January she traveled to Ocala to scatter member.

and Mrs. Albert Van street, N.W. .:: PRKSRVTIRIAM. .....IAlr '.. in the path of her aunt Cheryl Reservations for the bridge
which petals
Bibs.I 7 they drew up to the apartment they
Famous Bread Nunn t Mrs Louise Hines, who recently \dtJ'\ H O.:.'L.Iwe: and
Houewling of Fella. Iowa, have Nn Chiselbrook, who married Martin Reynolds luncheon or for the luncheon
have rented 822 East St.
m.: uulor+ choir nhiarialaSea at Orange
Phil JBCB.I J....... came to Bishop Gray 757y305 Her uncle John lanier Chiselbrook. will only, are to be made by
.. For Fellowship
Inn to make her home, had a LUTHIRAN Ash W.dn. Bowling
Test Lynn McldcnfermComalor .. Members call
WAVE .. Friday.
I COLD surprise visit from a friend, ...10'Hole,hotr COmmunlo.,.h..,.., S 30'T. 130 ems Nearly every weekday they are at the marry Sandra Umbaugh In Ocala on March Mrs. W. W. Thornton may 682-
Tr.o'm.n t Lotion .IIL LYTN55ANArh wd. Lakeland Lawn Bowling Club. They con 14. And Pamela will be there as a flower ,
Mrs. Kathleen Cabanass of .. .
SoUctiB af Cendirtsn.rGina Dealer "Ico lie m. 1846, or Mrs. K. W. Grader in
Swoorort North Carolina. Mrs Caba- THU..Y'T. centrate on that sport as much for the fellowship girl again. Bartow, 533.9381.

Only" the Look II Expensive/ : I style nass spends her winters In PAUL LYTXC5AN, Men.t Club. as for the exercise "We like the She Is the daughter of Mr and Mra.

''i fjjWlth holding; ,support' Lakeland where Mrs. Hines 5PpA'ITN LYTNI5AN. .hurch .oun. kind of people who like to bowl," Mrs. Johnson William E. Price of 309 East Park St, and
for .n typ* 7 70
'.N.I. 30-Der Chg. P.B.M. < hair lived before coming to Daven- ,11 cn. if m LUTHin' N, .v.rr m n. said. the great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mra. A. Mrs. DobbingsIs
: nfm vtilUlton ovaniFU.m' leant
m..U tt homo ol the Rev. W JSunaUchk. The winter In Florida la incorporated In C. Wright.
$1 000 port.Miss Arlie Snow Gray Inn Martha Avtnui, 7 30 p m. with
RUBY'STOT only the Johnsons' plans for a year of travel, Hostess For
PRIBArCHRIST *
resident, has been visiting in LUTHIIIAN, Lmten Mrv the New York World's Fair as their next big ftft I

& TEEN SHOP BUDGET WAVES a6 a. St. Petersburg for the past 10 nr. ai 1 30 p m. .. NorthMl. Labs. destination."We Chapter Meeting It t
land Flrmrntary ftrhool
SOUTHGATI Ah Pith! Perfume days as guest of Mrs. W. M.Hughe. _.'....'TH 1 30 LUTHKAH m. confirmation were 'living In New York when the Teller's Eye View /
*
Open OMit 9 \.Itf. Mo*. TINA'S HAIR FASHIONS .. SATURDAY last World's Fair opened. And I went to it Members of XI Gamma Rho

t'rs Sa' SOIL* K. tome ttt-401 Gen. Lewis Rock of Homestead FAITH. POOL INTIROINOMINA.puts just about 40 times" Mr. Johnson said. "NowI Mrs. William Zdanowlcz views the world Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma
I .
TIO CNeTAM
Clnd W1dumdsy .AL i JO m. Pint
visited his aunt Mra.
rrarrl .mmun'tr' ,room do.nlA... want to compare them" from a teller's window In the Florida Na- Phi sorority will meet tonight I

J Before retiring In 1951 he was a photo- tional Bank. Since coming to Lakeland In at 8 o'clock at the home II I

I engraver who participated in color "revolu 1950 she has wished to Introduce Florida to of Mrs. Donald Dobbings, 335

tion" in advertisements. And he helped to Mr. and Mrs John Trunzo, who were ao hospitable Tanager Court. I

produce the first color photograph cover of to her, years ago, In Scranton, Pa. will Mrs.conduct A. C. Cheer the business president aeslion I

Glamour Magazine, he added. her husband's former home town. at which .time a nominating i

When the Johnsons finish seeing the Fair, Last week the visitors finally arrived. committee will be elected -

they will bowl their way across Canada, Everything had been arranged except the An area Council report will I

with a goal of "Santa Barbara by next Fah"Expert weather. Although the rain shortened their be given by Mrs. Vernon Or- I

'tf {f "tt sightseeing, one member of the group had ren and Mn. Harold Thomas
,
b t r about the rain-splashed hospital will on City Council.
I P05MteLY TN[ CORST,1NOP AVG /. To VisitAn no regrets report
t ity. It all seemed Ideal to David Zdanowicz, Mra. Dewey Funkhouser, ,

I expert In hand book-binding, Robert five years old, because he was allowed to who was chosen the chapter'a

Hlnsch of New York City and his wife will, miss nursery school for several days to help sweetheart will be presented ,
with a tiara
th you in great visit for a few days this week In the home entertain the visitors.Let's The cultural pin.program, "Bantu

Africa" taken from the pro-


r shape comfortabl } U :!S + ., I Go To Meeting This Week tram will houser.be book given"The by Grand Mn.Tour Funk,"


qG'Q' Comfortable silos marquisette in the ,' 7 it l .

I. e f .," garment that guarantees perfect con- l f CIT.ua CSNT5R ICIW..I" '.11 tractor) "'a line aDd .....In. Church
A t I TODAYLANILAND .m. at OOld C... _..ur.... also tin kuuuuni odtucM >w'NIWCOMIRS Group
I
0'r" trol-perfect comfort. front : k'; ,l AIIT cuts. atilt TO TMCePOTSssssos
I Easy-into ; 'Ifi and prU.lt all p.maIn L.OII. "UIt'LI..Y CLUB 1 .
RAILROADTRAINMIN
1 ", l0 tI'-' : II OP Woman' ', Club for Valratln parlj" Schedules
nom N ,
i zipper extra longlasting elastic s it CCCh.rIN Hold..1 por4alt maru.llo0. .t rotarad Country dim Club lanchoSatoms. bum Brl olaydANNII ,
710.930sit
J sections bones guaranteed against t 1 + ''It t: will n. Wun.t MhBlBUurulM 00ld.rou. bulUlni.aimtcl oomm unity room POLK Brine LOOOt tablo aarvlraIMPIRIAL Mi. DARRACOTT CHAPTIR Skating ,
j; PartyA
AlrtoitJVMIOH O.
breakage for two years Come In and l+ WOMAN'S CLUB. a.... 4 Iot.r.ii: h BcottUh mmmu5kalba.Bit. Tarn. .
COUNTRY CLUB '" ABBOCIATION.
v I .t clubhotuo. FfTlow will ko coo"pilOVIOINCI ..... duo Sinewfollow
let fitters shape rj N' Valentine
our expert you more. as'TML'M" SN51NC OeaCSor _. *! Dr bue"' ... matllni atn e skating party
38 4 t 14" and 16* h 4 WNITC sses'uI O. JeevsLsM. MORI I DIM m Brine tablf t "rtlce and foodLAKILANO will be held tomorrow from 7
Sizes to
lengths. ; e.n.. 51 YuOaN lYmNa STRATTON. CLUB. 1.30 p W. at alubICA. COMMANOtRr. at.KT .
Ii, THU..AY bo" ... 0' "MI.- r Ia"U" 7 30 m. to I p,m. at Lakeland Skate-
.0. 5D
ROYAL "
.
U II Full
LAKILANO 5.5005 CLUB .. form 'oD44 Tam-
16 mm.. .t Th. cadet aeT HMUuranuLAHCLANB BlUILB, OHM OCR 01'04.1.i in B.m horn Klni o( "Uri....... lor ttrBouttt (ATURBArLAKILANB land for the young people of
.
.a ART BUILD Grove
1. ralmtm. primary Park Christian Church.
0 pour for Sera tk uhln >ndpimllni Ut ..
"':T> tl earls.rRIOAT and junior art paalrta .4rr
.5. : teup mttli 111 i modili and ti I S 30 am Mri Refreshments will be served
oil prfnuni with CornOlt ::;lrd..f :,,:r ind Tom Wllaon -
M.n.... Irono.530.430 P... M Tll.rUwa LOYAL Oasis OF MOOSI. S ln.tr uc lor AdulU ota ils. at the church following skatIng. .
.. ,L di.. Kaat Laka 1 S : YW
R.ranaDrw: : star from t* p m Cor- .
LAMILANB RieKIATION CLUB nor W...... Multuctof. oil et1pd.trb
Arcade lulldlngornor: Lemon fir Kentucky Phone MU 8-3812 ; for untor ......... 01 LA 50aad l tndrlflxl. KIWANIB CLUB. 11.IS .. atL'AKI'LANB AirportTHIOBOPMICAk Chaperones will attend as
ius ( >t TWI al BOCIITT. f Mpm :
: JO i"r.rl: 11lliTbe "inV OUILB. oilBilnnna at 3441 W.55t 't. Thom In.UrMUd invitations were sent to adults
While Veil SHD. >(IM Oi .30.a' Mn Wlnl- mar attnd. motUn and
Caenokis
tree Puking or IJ vublty M latiud, :::' and Tom WUaOB to- .... 10&41. Ubrn/. u well as the young p.j yle.



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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 18641'

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Many Lose Weight In I
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i : : Outpatient Diet Clinic a *>



By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN great difference In her successor
failure. Then when the results -
Want some thoughts to help of dieting begin to show .
? you stick to your calorie countIng and the compliments begin to

until you bee any tiring, come her way. nothing can "**** *
frustrating pounds of overweight stop her. Women need this urw iMUVK.vix.-n >-.
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.
'. with which you may be emotional support
"..' doing battle? Group Therapy I
If so, gather.- The group therapy factor I ,
around! was also Important in the Jerusalem ,
1 have just I Dietetic Unit The .f$;: %.- Announcing
s flt 1 1 finished reading reducer had an opportunity :: .
a most interesting to discuss mutual reducing r:;: ::
The
First
article problems and how to overcome
in the Journal \ them, and the element j;
r of the t of competition also added test Annual/
American i and stiffened I the determination -
r l.t Medical AssoCiation i to succeed.I .
f It lsl think it Is helpful if several I:::1 .
ii authored b y friends begin reducing at the I.*. ..r., PROGRESSEDITION
Doctors Solomon MISS LAWMAN same time and meet once a !fi:,: RXIt
H. Blondhelm, Nathan week to compare notes. Even &: !
Kaufmann and Rachel Pox- if they compare notes via the I!
nanskl MS and reports the telephone It help. S::: ., >
results of an outpatient dietetic Thousands of women are R;:
unit In a hospital in Jerusalem now following my Eight Week J8::
Israel. Beauty Improvement Plan ft::
Obese patients came to the (BIP) to see how much they :: 3' ? ti s: > To Be Published By The

unit to eat a low carbohydrate, can improve their ::::
high protein diet of 1,000 calories In that time. ::' LAKELAND LEDGER
a day. Seventy-three per wish to lose .ppearanC'I :::
cent of the first 82 patientslost pounds. ::
20 pounds or more. Did you miss ; Saturday, March 28th
I
Would you like to have my sip g.
This four week '
was a course
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER will be observed Friday with two services. A children's complete fr
service luring which around 11 Kit, which gives you : 'S IT'S TIME WE TOLD
will be held at 4 p,m. at College Height Methodist Church Participating In the service at a time came to the patients instructions and my unique E: ,
will be, pictured from left Jon Middenta, Carl Jenning Croft Susan Huntley and Mrs. Frank unit to eat. Then they continued Dip Weight Chart? You can t.:,
Laver Students will be dressed In costumes representing children around the world. Aa the diet at home returning plot your weight on this chart v.. THE WORLD ABOUT
earlier service will be held at 2 p,m. at First Methodist Church. (Ledger Photo-Harper) for weekly or monthly each day and watch your ,

checkups, aa was needed.If beauty line rise as your weight
they failed to continue losing line drops. If you would like POLK( COUNTY'SDECISION
SW Junior High Art WSG Annual weight at home they had the Blp Kit send 25 cents (plus :
15 cents for postage and han
the of to ,
privilege returning
District Meet ;, :
I name 5
dling) with your printed
the unit for another week or
Slated SundayWINTER fortnight to refresh their gustadve and address to Josephine Low TOGO
Exhibit Winners ToldWinning memory and return to man In care of The Ledger. t
You
,
HAVEN The Tomorrow "Physically
the habit of
eating as they '
I I annual meeting of Wesleyan should Can Be Hampered By Wor ,
artists In the South. Lane Gay 8th grade; third Service Guild of the Lakeland Appear A Weakling rl..." a. EB 1i AHEAD !
west,Junior High Art ExhibitIn Donald Gray 8th grade; honorable district will be held here at
the Southgate ShoppingCenter mention, Cheryl Burgess Beymer Memorial Methodist Of course most overweightdo
mall last weekend have 8th grade Church Sunday at 2 p.m. not have access to such a 'Fantasticks'Cast I Send Copies of The
been announced by the judges. Mosaics Miss Sarah Fernandez who unit However some of the :
The exhibit was sponsoredby Mosaics, first Ken Wesche came out of Cuba Jan. 18, factors which It Incorporatedcan ListedThe p1; ii : DECADE FOR DECISION

the arts and cultural interests 9th grade; second, Debbie 1963, on a Red Cross freedom be used by the average re nff** X* Progress Edition/
committee of the Southwest Bowden 7th grade; third Deb night plane after having servo ducer. It was thought that one cast of "The Fanta- I{ !
Parent-Teacher Associa bie Lyons, 7th grade; honorable ed there as a missionary for of the important factor In sticks," Lakeland Little The v To Your Friend's.Let's \
tion. Entries were the worksof mention Eli jay Pridgen the past 22 years, will speak the success of the patients ater's upcoming production described ; "Brog-A-Llttle" About Polk.
students of C. H. Thomas, tth grade She now la director of the wee their constant contact ss "a parody about ''s
I ':'
art teacher at the school. Pastels, honorable mention Miami Latin Center. with the doctors and the di love with music has been
Ribbons awarded Carl Allen, 8th grade. Mrs. Roger L. Sibley of etitian. announced by Jon Barry Wilder : x.:::>V EACH
were by David Cummings hill., district It puts pressure on the director. :
Abstracts tint Zephyr secretaryof
the judges.. Mrs. Glenn T. Allen 9th grade; second, the Wesleyan Service would-be loser to have someone The show will be open to I:: COPY

Jr.and, Mrs Mrs Lawton William M.W.ChilesJr. Lord, group effort by Terry Payne Guild, will be In charge of looking over her shoulder LLT members and the public :{: ':': ENCLOSEDIN I
David Cumming, Fred Roberts the meeting which will feature when she weighs In. No woman next Tuesday through Friday Sat This To
< or Bring Coupon
all members of Lakeland
the
and Mike Cummings all reports of officers, a In her right mind wants 8:30: o'clock nightly at Civic ::: IN A
Art Guild. (th graders; and third Todd pledge service and electionof to appear a weakling before Center Theater, A special student I;:: COLORFULWRAPPER
Categories In which ribbons Patterson, 8th grade officers her husband or children, or performance is planned It & THE LAKELAND LEDGER
were, awarded_ are__ aa_, follows nn_ : brothers or sisters, or distant Monday at 8:30: p,m. I
Water colors first Pet relatives for that matter. The cast Is as follows: Mary I P. 0. BOX 408
Winston 8th trade; second GFWC Juniors To Compete When a woman's family is Farlday, the mute; Don Kaplan : Corner of Missouri & Lime
Mike Cummings, 9th grade; In on the deal and It is a the narrator; Jack iIII Lakeland Florida 2 5 t
third Phillip Hall. 7th grade; In Mrs. America Contest sort of "one for all and all for Thompson the boy; Sallie E< Enclose 25c each for single
and honorable mention Ann one" proposition it li most Snively, the girl; Lamar Blan- _
Dooley 7th grade and Milton helpful. The woman is ton and Bill Gallagher, the copies or $1.00 for 5 copies
Jacobs 9th grade WASHINGTON, b. c enter the contest this y ear to' ashamed to cheat on her diet fathers; Mr. Wilder, the actor EACH OR
Oils-first.' Cheryl Burgess, Junior clubwomen will participate compete for the Mrs. Amen and the encouragement her ; and Roger Sherman the MAILED FREE
8th grade; second Linda Ran. In the Mrs. America ica title and that of Mr: family provides can make a man who dies. i i3i err ;
dill.th grade; and third contest again this year, Mrs. U.S. Savings Bonds of 19M, I. Anywhere In the U. S. or Canada
Jenny Llnder Ith grade. Dexter Otis Arnold, presidentof Mrs Arnold said.Elimination .
Pencil techniques first, Ken the General Federation of contests for 'I l am enclosing $ 5
Campbell (th grade; second Women's Club has announced the states will be held and :fd j( i4 Pleas Mail the Decade for Decision I
the state winners will participate Progress Edition Tot I
Mrs. Work Mrs R. Lyle Mitchell, past In the final contest April SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND fl J. :
president of the Junior Club 2-12 In St. Petersburg FU. FOR .:

HonoredAt of San Diego Women' Club, :j NAME
was the 1963 Mrs America :
Coffee A total of 267 junior clubs Check White
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nominated candidates for the j ADDRESSCITY
Mrs Blanche M. Work was 1963 contest. or this number Sales Buys $1
guest of honor at a surprise 164 were selected as semifinalists .
coffee celebrating her appoint. and 14 named state For Bargains STATI 9
. . .
ment to the post of Polk Coun winners .
ty Supervisor of Registrationby Many clubs are expected to JOLIET III-A bargain Isn't
Governor Farris Bryant. a bargain unless It does the MAILEDFREE ,
The event was held at the work its supposed to do. This SNO HAM I
home of Mrs. O. F. Weaver. tBiJdltL year's traditional "white sales"

623 W. Magnolia St. The hon. are featuring some of the most tHansIr6s a ADDRESS ;::1 t,
ore* was presented an engraved LAKELAND GENERAL colorful and fashion-wise household .
silver tray. HOSPITAL linens in many years. Anywhere
those were and Mrs. Keith Chambers Varicolored towel CITY STATE
Among present Mr. sets pastel ii
\i4 . . .
Mrs. Work, Mrs. M. M. Launt Route 3, daughter Feb decorator patterned sheets and In the
Mrs. S. Marks Mrs. R. E. 10. pillowcases share the spotlightwith Y ,
Mellon Mrs. Melba McCranle Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- the conventional I white sale f HAMI U.S. :
Mrs. A. R. Adams, Mrs. J, W. Cracken, 219 Azalea daughter offering. However look for Mb :1't
Slayton Mrs. T. R. Lowman Feb. 10. quality as well as style and attractive or ,;:
Mrs N. p, Lavigne, Mrs. W Mr and Mrs. William A price tags at these sales. ry ADDRESS ;.
D. Roberts. Mrs. J. W, Bryantand Roberts, 2437 Golf View son, Since your Investment In linensIs CanadaORDER .
Mrs R. S. Bell. Feb. 10. considerable It would be wellworth :

your lime .to select uu. '; .CITY. . .STATE. . ::1,

I Casual Two-Way Style fully. Test The Towels l


Toni Owen has designed this When purchasing towels the r NAME YOURS
all-day dress In two parts to colorfast ones are the best buy. +C I
wear two ways; when the top N-1305 All towels don't hold their colon Pr''f ? ADDRESS NOW!
after laundering. Choose
is tucked in it's a dress; a h
skirt and overblouse with the close large loosely-twisted and CITY STATI .

top untucked. Long sleeves are thlcky-packed loops which Indicate . . . .
cut In one with the three-but. that the towel will be absorbent t tar., ffjvtftm
toned yoke and below the and give good service. .- S.f .
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JACK SLAYTON 1
By JACK HAND The National Football League 'contract for $36 million with the schedule NFL football doubleheaders -
Ledger Sport Editor
Associated Press Sports Writer which recently sold Its games National Broadcasting Co., after the end of Daylight
Battling for their life the .
Lakeland
Dreadnaughts hit a (coring NEW YORK (AP-The football to the Columbia Broadcasting starting In 1863. :, Saving Time In the Easton
splurge In the third period here last night and then went explosion will rock television System for two years at 1141 However the AFL .till hat a the last Sunday in October

on to defeat the Winter Haven Blue Devils, 58-49, In a Western sell next fall. From Friday million a year, laid the an- year to go on Its old contract Presumably a West Coast

Conference game at the High School gym. night through Sunday afternoon nouncement of ABC's plant was with ABC which has Indicated game would be brought into the
The Win was Lakeland's 13th In 18 'games and eighth victory doubleheaders there won't be "premature." it will pick up the option If it East after the eastern gamesare

In 13 loop games They play Robinson at Tampa Plant many hours when the viewer However, the NFL did hold does, ABC will be showing NFL! over and vice versa However .

gym on Friday: night. The next home game will be Feb. 21 will be far away from Y. A. Tit- out five possible night games games Friday nights and AFL' no NFL games will be
With the Manatee Hurricanes tle or Tobin Rote. from the CBS package. on Sunday afternoons seen in a city which has a home
\ The Blue Devils, who are 4.17 shots In the second period when In another year the screen' CBS Vice President Bill Mac- CBS Ana announced it plans to game that date.
for the season and 1.12 In loop Haven threatened to go ahead may be carrying a weekly Phail admitted this Tuesday
play proved a stubborn foe by a wider margin than two. sports event on a Monday night when he said the specifications
after dropping behind 13-4 In the The Dreadnaughts won the series across the board. The, for the bidding gave the leaguethe
first period. They bounced backto Jayvee game 8133. Hank Bolding baseball people are working on, right to withhold the rightsto A A
grab the lead just before the had 28 points and Dick Harmon g .!A. a plan, still In the tentative a maximum of five. night
half ended and sported a 29.27 had 20 for the Destroyers stage, to air, a "Game of the i games. Four night games were

margin early In the third period] WINTIK"Q MAVINrt PTA rr rror Week" night lame across the televised regionally In 1963 after .

before Lakeland tallied 11 points 4,14.,..5MD.N : :: :: : s a > ii nation. There are reports that being held out of the CBS 'b
to their two to take a lead they .. ..... t t t a t< t t it 1 pro football might be fed to the packlge.IKathleen __
never relinquished RoMrien' ......,. a t S 1 4a t. same network along with pro "Any deal would have to be

Dan Sherman, who had ten :.a?*s. :::::..:;;:.5. a i T a I T J Fi basketball and hockey. between the individual club and _

points and Paul Jackson and Y.1515 .. 'LAKI'F"N'iJ it ii Carry I Games the network" said Jim Kensll _
Joe Shelnut who tied for scoring The American Broadcasting NFL public relations chief. "We
honors with 14 led "Q I r'AS. ;' JOE SHOOTS ONI Jot Shclnut' .f ;o. said
each :: nut S eke Ltktlan1 Drttdpiovghrt Tuesday it will carry have not even started work on
that drive that sent Lakeland $55 *man..,:;.;.;..;.;.:: :: 4 :5 4: 1: : soot Mh In the air M try a .....h.,4.4 "Ju...,*'" five National Football League our schedule" 12 Wednesday, Feb IZ, 19(4'E'
out by a t point edge. ,k umVulantino.:::::.,::: 1 i i I: ...1 litit Hit Wlnrtr H.vtn Clue Devils bit night. Mike Pttt (till games on Friday nights between No Conflict i

The Dreadnaughu built up ::"d,14" :::::::: f S S f 3 .f the HIM' Drib yells In tn rttmpt rt .." the Lokolono'forword. Sept. 25 and .Oct. 23. The pro leagues' telecasts are
their lead to 13 points In the o..Mlna .. .. .. . I II loktlond wen, SI-4. (Lodger Phot by Hughti) A spokesman, who declined not permitted to conflict with
final period but a rash of bas TN.11. u it ii ii u use of his name wouldn't make,college games under the law
kets by Rick Anderson forced WINTS"Crow WNAVNuI.ra.r'le 111 14-4' It official but added: "It Is that gave the pros freedom I Slants on SportsFletcher
the Dreadnaughts to go to ball ALaSND 11 10 It 54-55 true." from antitrust legislation.
control and they stalled for most 00,5,215 Mu" Mal W..khn.. Red Raiders Stun With the weekly boxing shows ever an Individual club

of the final two minutes to preserve Rochelle due to go off the air on ABC make Its own deal. HOW-I' t A tlC
an point advantage. Plays in September, the football American Football Ch

Anderson with *l points and Pinellas Tonight games would fill the gap. cently signed a new

the lanky Blue Jere Devils Baster Oenbrlnk with II with led Rochelle'i Panthers will be Texas A&M 8482By J In 6.O 6.h IIh.

ten gave Lakeland four play. after their 14th win In 20 games II e h.G
ers In double figures. when they host Pinellas Highof Nios h.tI GtF

The Dreadnaughu Jumped off: Clearwater at the Rochelle
to a 15-4 edge on the shooting gym tonight. TED MEIER Fred Hetzel and Dick Snyder By JACK tII''
of Jackson but baskets by Baxter -1 The Panthers finished second Associated Press Sports Writer 1 each scored 24 points for David. Ledger Sports Editor 1b,

Anderson and a key basket In the recent Polk County Negro Texas A&M Is the latest victim son against Richmond. In another Like the battle wounded or the Itsb

by Bobby Downs-he of the grid prep cage tourney at Lake In the upset motif that has Southern Conference Hawks 3629quarter enced, the injured athletic star IIlit<
I f fame-cent the Devils out front Wales Roosevelt High of Lake marked college basketball the game Virginia Military blew a doubt becomes an island unto
. 22-21 with less than two minutesto Wales defeated the Lakeland wt few days.A I 4-point lead but beat Citadel Interested
fans other athletes lita
play In the half. Downs' foul five 64-50, to win the title 25-foot push shot by Sid 89-88 on two free throws by Bill ,
shot tied the score at halftime James Foster had 25 points In Wall as the final buzzer sounded Blair with 20 seconds left. By JACK FLOWERS Jayvee opener W-47. Tom Cox plain inquisitive constantly enquire ,
2523After a losing cause for the Panthen gave Texas Tech an 84-82 victory Darel! Carrier of Western Ken- Assistant Sports Editor paced the Baby Hawks with dition. From the time spring

1 Downs' basket sent Rochelle Is 12-5 In conference over the Aggies Tuesday tucky threw In 50 points In a losIng With their two top scorers on 24 points and Mike Altenbur,. finally either makes a comeback
Haven In the lead 29-27 In play. Tonight's game will be night to climax a thrilling sec. cause as Morehead won the sideline Coach John Mack's er added 22. Clinton Harrison obscurity, of normal life he hears
the third period Sherman a conference contestToliaferro ,ond half rally by the Red Raid- 02-95 in an overtime Ohio Valley Santa Fe Catholic Crimson led the Baby Devils with 27. feelm" and "How's the arm?"
I Shelnut and Jackson garnered Conference game. Miami of Hawks came close last night to Kathleen's next contest will case with Paul Foytack Frank

I' baskets to put Lakeland out ers.A season record crowd of Ohio tied Ohio Univ. for the top upsetting the Kathleen Red Devils -, be Friday night when the Red Ralph Branca and Ray Narleski -

front to stay. I SignedNEW 10,150 at the Lubbock Tex. Coll- In the Mid-American Conference lit an Intercity nonconference Devils Bloodhounds entertain the Auburndale Tigers who trained here in the
Little Mike Burdette of Lake. high school basketball in an SFC battle
by Marshall 9555.
crushing
scum, plus an aditional 1,200 overcome previous-season injuries.
land chalked up two key foul YORK (AP-The New game at the Kathleen Senior Santa Fe will play host to Mont-
who watched on a closed-TV verde same again this spring for Lary, who
York on Friday night at the ,
Jets of the American circuit screen In an adjoining High gym. the big comeback if the Tigers are
LL MEETINGIN Lakeland Junior .
High
Football League announced today The tide did not turn until gym. '
auditorium saw the Red Raiders KATHLIIN !in 64
the signing of Mike Talla- wipe out a 19-point halftime LAKE ALFREDLAKE the final three minutes of play 1. PTA "T'' r ITS po pa
DREADNAUGHT ferro, Illinois' Rose Bowl quar ,deficit. and Kathleen finished In front J 1 5".II""o; ;:::::::::;.1: I i f 3 And such Is the case with a dark
SCORING terback. He Is the 12th rookie ALFRED Youngster 36-29 to snap an 11-game losing 'Nudn sad" .,........ 4 e whose name probably fails to ring a sirk I
signed by the Jets this year. TI. For First in Lake Alfred may soon have streak. MD..N4 NNwn .:.:.:::::: :. : ? { For Thomas W, (Tom) Fletcher Is seeking
a pa rr TP Taliaferro was picked by both The victory which moved Tex- their own entry in Little League Coach Don Miller's Red o.N...r' :..... I climb from the obscurity of tho disabled

"5hwrnN'...- ................... I.I' 114 su II 44 "I 5,55Mlnut the Jets and the New York Giants as Tech into a tie for first place Baseball, if enough Interest In Devils are now 4-13 overall W.II.M.udw.. ..,:.:"::::::.:. :1 :I I :! I IHa t the Tiger staff In the spring of 1962 lhC
D..I .......... ... .....,..u., .
........... 11 55 0 141 of the National Football with the Aggies in the South the project is shown at a meet- and MB In the Southwest Florida classman at the University of Illinois ea

pnbNn4. ..."._ .................. 14 II N 10 35 I' 140.u. 14 League as a future draft choicein west Conference at 6-1, was the Ing planned for Monday Feb. Conference. The loss left .... .'ANT". ii,.*. It IS at excess of $50,000. And the wiry lefthander
.......... highlight of Santa Fe with 14-5 ,
r..M 1962. a a record.
............N 7 1 II I. II comparativelyslim 17.N. "Mel..nan ... .. ..i bonus was apropos by turning In a 5-4
eeMln., ......' ; ; S NTt,1111nwn' 14 national program. 1 J. Triplett, Winter Haven It was the second time this "'u.,."liar, .,.... .' .. e TrnTatad the Class A Sally League and finishing the
: "' ..... ..
:' f. The fourth-ranked Davidson area school coordinator of phy season Kathleen had defeatedthe "' auakVan. .. I I 1 I .
V.LnaM ::: .! i .i Santa Fe Scoring .hl. .., { I I 10 But he suddenly came up with arm
N.t .n Nu.1 ia Wildcats the club Crimson Hawks r. swne ,
only in steal
The education will attend the
; .:::::
Total .. ;; aM.. Associated Press The score was tied 27-27 with :: J .! J J diagnosed as a form of a blood clot.
it 4 N a ra rr PTIIt. Top Ten to see meeting at city hall at 7:30: p.m. .
.. .
I f. IMt4d. ".."lS Nrmw'_''Naa/11/ 4. N Meta wl.n? :::::::;: !! I:: i! m action, trampled Richmond to discuss efforts being made bother three minutes and 51 seconds ?t'0't.. w .u...1wN 1! Il 5 II w bounced around to various doctors
'
I. fan5s 9587. cities towards establishing remaining the tilt Two-point N.lh/w. .1 5 II-H Mayo Clinic In Rochester, Minn. And t
.
'''i.O .....,. II .1 11 111 ''.0/n11N1..w-: }..._' .1:. : : :: !1 the report reached the Lakeland
FHA VA M/CIwn2I ? II .4 II law / Northwestern defeated Wls Little League teams. He will en by Stan McDonald and Dink ,, ;;. Tigers
MORTGAGE LOANS MWal D, PiIINkNn. : .':::: II al !: :: entrain 72-64 in a Big Ten encounter ., also outline the needs for forming Rhodes and two free throws by Brocklin had It and was through for good." f '

FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. %m1M ... ::::::::: $Ii' 'i 11 13 while in other SWC a league In Lake Alfred Ralph Harden lifted Kathleen to Spurns Fletcher grinned wryly when told
0> FLORIDA 5.5ant.. FullanliampTataH.. .... s 1. games Texas whipped Rice 88- Anyone interested In the forming 33-27 with 1:33: showing on the Eagles' Offer "The report of my being washed up Is

.tinviet is ouit" .UIINKM. .. .. ..... 1. 4"-! ell! Iles! 80, Arkansas downed Southern of a Little League in Lake clock to put the contest on Ice. ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS Mark Twain's death

M.n.5M1I1117aL1aN.M/ Ovarall:Taam: Avar.raoord.."-14 M.S.,a (Moll( : ,Mr. o.:::::0 Methodist 83.71 and Baylor beat Alfred Is invited to attend the had Up made until a that real point battle Santa for vic Fe (AP) Jerry Wolman the clm
Texas ,
55.55.5 1/11/14. Christian 83-67. I meeting.PHILCQ wealthy young owner of the
tory. At one stage of the first Philadelphia Left Arm Twice That
I Eagles turned his
the Crimson Hawks hadII I search for a head
coach elsewhere
?' seven-point advantage the' He expanded on the situation: "Look !
nil''I Here's 'biggest lead either today after having the He shoved out muscular left
Just A by team during door abruptly closed In his face a arm that ,
the fray.Kathleen circumference of his right
by Minnesota Vikings' Coach one "They
I did not take the lead Norm Van Brocklin. swollen and It was doubtful If I would ever
Sample Of Our until there was 3:21 left in the
:
Wolman sought to lure Van telling them my left arm was w
i second period and that cameon Brocklin away from the Vikings just that much bigger than
P/ii/co Show Of Values! two charity baskets by John with an offer to make him
Galloway. The Red Devils hada coach my right. Finally I guess
16-15 halftime margin. and general manager of they believed me." Your cob
the
I, Coach Miller used the two- in the Eagles$50.000 at range.an annual salary umnist once saw Bobby Riggs 1.2)i
platoon system for the Red
VAn 6 Van Brocklin. hold his
Devils and the second unit who has out arms and his
consisting of Tony Silver, McDonald coached the Vikings since their right (the tennis arm) was

Galloway, Harden and entry into the National Football about the same proportion as ,
Rhodes provided most of the League four years ago said Fletcher' left Is to his right.
WllD \' \' @ PHILCO Scoring This quintet accounted Tuesday he decided against "I feel good. I've taken '

J Vii- for 21 of Kathleen's 31 even talking person-to-person It easy this winter after ,
,wJ.WhJID Twin Speaker points. with 1. He Wolman had because: playing In the Florida WInter ,
Rhodes paced the attack with a "moral obliga League I've kept In
Modern tion" to the
eight points, six of them in the Vikings in the form condition by playing basketball ,
ri r final period. Silver had six while of a contract which has three In the Lakeland City
23" Console McDonald and Galloway added yean to run. The pact was extended League for Dixie Del. But heM heK
last
summer
five each.
I've let the baseball alone a
I Santa Fe's Mike Mohler 2. He had others to consider.
Q'' $23995* individual scoring honors garscrod "When I make a decision," he I feel I can work myself
I back Into shape and do It o
,for the night with 10 points, the said "I have to make it for six
people myself add assistants gradually without forcing
only player in double figures my -
the issue.
for either club. John Stanton finished and their families" His .,
Mold. UI1WII i with seven for the losers five assistants had all pledgedto "But. by the same token o
1 and Harry McClernan and Mark go with him if the Dutchman I don't Intend to baby myself. ,
I Misiaszek had five apiece. elected to move to Philadelphia I'm certain I'll be OK and I'm going to

The Crimson Hawks without 3. "We're going to be in a fair to beat this thing. ,

a doubt missed the one-two fight next year for the first timeIn Fletcher lauded the play of former
PHILCO scoring punch of Mario Monte four years." The Vikings hada Machick In the Florida Winter League as '

-la'' and Dennis Newton. The duo 5-8-1 record last fall, finishingin "Larry is still worried about his parents
23" Roll-Around TV! I had been suspended for the a tie for fourth in the Western Kennedy situation and I think it affected

Kathleen contest because of Division with the Detroit He's a worried guy."

Room'to-room v<4wi! J HEw pirforminct. Out froM control, Out front ,, past weekend. Before lastnight's feels his club Is ready to challenge League closed. She's attending University

nnmNtwiwaodM" nelwn ; 930091( game. Santa Fe had I In 1964 while Tom Is
PH I LCO 14" ..I j"'q ...,..,. scored 1.089 points as a team and pursuing hit business
by attending watching the branch
TUISD"Y" PROMTSW
and Monte and Newton had
accounted
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N Never $18888' I ..... o. TIto_Aw.aN IoM,. exchanges here. "I'm doing some work
YOP.K Diea DiVara
for 583 of that total, a rata
w ... .... ..... .......
c. 5,511 au teM Tr, Cut iniaa N V. "W Pat* Tan eventually I'D go back to school to get
averaging between them better A rfe Maw Varh
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OKLAHOMA CITr Wayn Maatn. declared.
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a than 31 points per outing. 1 110, Oalanama City, k.aaa4 ",any
ru Needs Wilkurn 100. La. Anoalaa, ID high school Fletcher played
Santa Fe 1o
Visit OurDOITYOURSELF salvaged a split I IAN jo
y I for the evening by taking the I fen 1NMN. San 0s.Jaaa,Calif.,.It....Mann... ,,c"5.1T1I'lVt. ..'. but "I was too small for basketball in ,

4 In the City League but the other night we '

1150/5 Defrosting CORNER II BASKETBALL SCORES I Sales Tiger a rough officials time. It's are been reluctant a good to

No Froir .- Top To Bottom Check your own radio and TV tubes choose from Fletcher. Ha was transferred to the
I TVnOAT COLLIOtt Claw .... .
.tan Tt. '
Ft 41.O".d.
100-lb. frttttr. Twin Critptn 2 sliding/ dozens of ports and accessories for your own electronic Th.. Aiaaaiatad .Praw Ivan II. W,ntar 1.11. begin drills with the Early Camp
shtlvti, Dairy-bor door stops butttr, Vi- Manhattan tl Waanar tlCannactinK oreda..w 71, Orlando Baonotal
7J Maauahuatttt Tlgertown.
Itampla fa t 1.Or'
gel ftarures., milk container, 3 doi. tggi, IS other projects.. Come- in and brows around and SAVE a 101 41,, QMtyUuro Guard 40am IS.aawn 5_,4. M= .., Orlando 0..,. "He's a determined kid. And if ,

MONEY TOO! '.5N lalana u. '5.n.t) tl.'N N_... Nampchlro ttJt 5.n055N....Orlanda La.. Watr Blahap 4Ta .Moan ... to his comeback he'll do it," one Tiger
Only $3.50 per Week VIM"" ..MIN It.aVldian a.. Tt ......... IWacIt attaaaraaao .
.. yesterday.
D tl mclimaml ITaranaad O.rwn Naw Smyrna
"' all, W.._. Kantuaky. Mami .... .
h U.t It's been fall
,INI ...... >. D_ City Mat a long and winter for "
"1. OKI. M. "M._. ,....... f.NNN "Maunl 0,515 battle begins for
> ..... Wailayan IOO. OtoN1w. 93TaaM ... sure Saturday. Remember I
.....h_...n n. Wto" N.u LoO".".. It, Wintar New 41It him a hand when he pitches. He needs
NOW T. 14, Tanaa A."M ta.irlar clwwnl ...,. It (avarbma). It. '
.. I). TCU IT T..._ .0. O'_ .,. tt. *
/ kanata. .>. ."'u TlMavado. Mwnt Owe M Urn.till. '1.O..n. t,
You can charge your purchases 'fT ..J,w"N5N 5w a a.en "t. M..y"5 C.lif. a.IoM Part "'...."Mainland... tanwr to IT,00.Pisa'. ...Oardaarta Short Sport Notes
...
at VICK'S on our new r 11.IT.W51wrM....._nw tW..t fl. 4T.MIOH 11.. N. .. Cardinal. Maonav Tt tb La AUBURN UNIVERSITY Coach

RRADIO-TV I I"Miami THa Aiaa, tCHOOLy ia ALL CREDIT CARD PLAN S IV S S Kaacd Tt Car.I Now Tt Vanioa 4*
EE II C .
/! II C Ir" II INS, MYI 5t ta.ak M, Hallrwaad' "MPart oa. u.M._astt. .....Ns 7 2. Tampa Maaart- gridders who signed grant-In-aid ,

Laud'ardala __.. .... .
tiiaaan TSM.l.tanr Ciaoa Tl, St. PH.auro fall. Both
next tackle
.. .... a1..I..t Larry Hagan and
Over 90 ". n ." / crtdilcert't Mlwnl I .".. tarry ItPatarMMin .
ccaprt1 ,..... ail com \\ t\ 1441 G.ry Rao IN.w Aubumd.i. Hwy.) I' ,I MI rartPart,.laah La Id_" PalmaM.:'. 41Northaalt. Tl Fort /t.... ...._ .J, ClaarwatartT were highly coveted gridders. "We're not '

.. .t. uudw N. Im..rwt N. .. ..Patankun __.. rt, Dunafli that one boy (Martin) will be able to in
*. sir llntt, --.ki, ptrt.mm /ko5. MU i-5917 !" .dwn IrL.nl CMNN get .
Item, .... tvtiloblt throughvr j..1. ""_ "Md.b M ...... WwMI txninala 71. L4rIV .,...tt (avartimal.Mlina ,. They're both top grid prospects" Martin .
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ta Tir.
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CREDIT scholarships
with .
Hlllotloii I ht....,r. Admiral, ........ II
CARD ACCEPTANCE CORP. ,tl Pahakaa. .a 44n. M N.*NATIONALAMOCIATION'ft _. in his Junior year because of grades but
4..M d M Mart "Miami" IT.Palm Th. Aiaaa'aMd PraaTUIIOAT his senior' year with good grades as well
t I .....,taaan M Vara taarti IT .'t..luwut season However that Junior
"' Curia 74. taulh Bad. O4 Laa Anaalaa 111 tan lot poor year might
Fart L......d.1o tlran.han Tl Miami'Aroad' SLn Ins< Patrait 111 lot.
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OF THE TIMES


The Weaker Sex Plant City Cinches SWC Cage TitlePLANT [ ,I I


CITY-Never headed the Hardee Wildcat and In the City with 24 point but got assistance ped the Hardee attack. ..!

the Plant City Planters breezedto process annexed the SWC basketball from Rick Ward who Hardee got revenge with a 47. '

Grows Stronger an 64-61 Southwest Conference title. had 21, and Mike Rollyson with 44 win In the Jayvee game. .

cage victory here last night over The win cinched the crown for 18. Danley only played three HAHDII. .- h kfr 5i55 l f;S-l aifcMr* ""*.,. 1
M IMl
S-t II r*
r.,.. he tumbled and suffered I.0.I! e>"_. 1.4.51 wrl.ht. 01S1M4...... i iWhM
1
the Planters who are IJIn quarter a* la.5t M..W. ... .. ._1It 1.1.51
'! In his head. His .I ., 44.11, T-rsb it itI
DALEY
I By ARTHUR scarce. Inassesilble and expensive loop play and 13-t for the sea a gash i': .
,.
( t'eteJotkKIN.4 Besides, they're d Bartow Wins son It was their second straight! future status la In doubt but he -. T
EW YORK The ancient meant for recreational skiIng league championship.Gerald I should be ready to go In a week. l*I sj?"\',..yffv3.{ -lN& ted

f d so much wisdom that the not the production of BARTOW a Bellow High Danley topped Plant Lamar Shakelford with 19 top- Ofll.. .I.'-W.rJ-JSail- _._ 000

lecept* of Aristotle So- Olympians Yellow Jacket brought their
lues and Plato supplied the The U.S. Is so huge that wean Southwest Floilda Conference LAST 3 DAYS BUY NOW IJ:

ulotophlc foundations on have a virtual complete A and overall record up to the

rich civilization rests Oth- turnover In track and field 800 mark here list night with a TIRE AT OUR "NO TRADE-IN" PRICE :
Hellenic deep thinkers from one Olympic Games to 9-60 SFC victory of the Pasco BUY THE FIRST

|ive us the Olympic Games another. It makes no dif High Pirates of Dade City.

ifortunately, however the ference. The new crop 1s. always The Yellow Jackets were

Irid" has strayed from the better than the old, parked by Tommy Howell'i 32
Ut principle of the allwiseI sharpening skills In the bristling points Pat Ward's 17 points the 2nd ;

I reeks. The No. 1 rule In competition which rages were high for the Pirate Bar- Get Tiren

f e .Olympic book was Indexhe from to coast border to coast and border tow 8-1 overall now .U 8-6 In the SFC and i


I No dame There was no But winter sports are con- In the Jayvee contest Bartow :

1,illy-ihallylng about It. Not fined to a narrow Northern won It, 48-40. 1 I
ily were women barred as belt and this limits America's II
"mpetitor, they even were manpower pool to a eta I"SS-"ll| J.k,," ShMk holds sip Sic 1"11"4, ,. 1e I

Jarred as spectators. The grievous extent. Guys from VMO black' WM lie ....ht white (MlLk P.rk-f out *f : !

natty for feminine Intrusion Florida and Texas and Arizona William lr.ri..rt hit l ."4 rithlitf C.".*,. H* seed a "..".," Mulberry Bows
si of sufficient severity as or even Iowa will kit. I
11 i discourage any repetition. make the team that goes to I MULBERRY ZephyrhUls l
Whenever a damsel. was ap Tokyo In October. But the took everything from Mulberry;
rehended at the Olympic Chilblain sports are not their FISHING-HUNTING last night. First the visitors took ,
Ide she was taken atop alocky dish of tea. the Jayvee contest (337 and !

crag and tossed Into Few of our skiers and virtually then walked off with the varsity I I

(he sea below. That's why none of our speed Fred Says Phooey' triumph, 79-68 In a Tampa Bay 1 fw

one ever repeated the of- skater get hardened In the Conference encounter.
fense. International c o m pet Won "f Mike McGinnls 42 points

Another'' set of Olympic which the Europeans have In On This Winter made the difference for Zephyr. : ee :
r.amea."refrlger.ted version their own backyards. ThisIs .. hills Larry Hagan had 31 for

hat Just been completed, the a horrendous disadvantage the losers. Ili '(,

I Wintersplele at Innsbruck In magnified by the fact that I IF
By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting, I
I the Austrian Tyrol. Not only other governments subsidize

I have the dames made the old their top athletes while oursdoesn't Editor FM EliminatedAVON s'I

I Grecian Ideal crumble but contribute a pfennig.It Several time In the put few week we have referred to t I i..t

1 they have twisted the per- was unfortunate that the the "lousy" weather.It PARK-Despite a V- / toNYLONAIRE

ipectlve of the entire opera skiing experts were carried occur to us there are many people new to this area point performance by Al Mor- r 10I.

tion. Women have been away by their enthusiasms to who might think this li our normal winter weather and this rell Clewlston eliminated Fort .
| known to do things like that predict medal-winning performances I I. not true. ; Meade from the Ridge Conference ..
before, bless their darling by so many of .
school basketball tournament
We've been living In Florida for almost 40 and high ,
now yean
I Jk
I little hearts. our guys and dolls. We did here last
The news has been clarion- wind up with two silver and If our memory I* good this 1* one of the most miserable night. Clewiston which opened won 7949.The { WHITEWALLS it

ed around the globe from two bronze medals to soften .winter we've seen. resumes tomorrow f ill
darkest Africa to whitest Russia the disappointment ever so Of course, we haven't had a big freeze this. winter but It with- tourney another Polk County v BLACKWALLS 111l

that the Soviet Union slightly. Yet It was a disappointment has been consistently miserable. December wa the second Tho l-
team, Frostproof taking on mlrscle
made a runaway of the Winter nonetheless, coldest on record for an average-we understand. And January Okeechobee at 7 p.m. TUBELESS for thousand.rubber lt.
Olympics The USSR had mainly because of those Inflated was way below the average for that month. xtramtfee of t.in

the most gold medals, 11, expectations But the Then In addition to this persistent cold we've had an ab- TUBED-TYPE

and the most medals, 25. United States may not be ,: NFL Players Oppose It

These are Impressive totals, a lone l In searching reap TAMPA say TIDIS. "" ........ *.... IS awe Mich tI IM sees' BUY NOW! DON'T MISS THIS d
to be sure. But closer scrutiny praisals. a m* I at r.n14 tow b/y J 1155 .'">.' *'1*J'.Mel tun plow. III* ..nu ..... Anti-Trust Law
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en4 IIIwS I/1e1 1a1 .M4 M. FM
reveals that Soviet men Perhaps the Soviet has begun ExemptiansBALTIMORE OUTSTANDING "LIMITED TIME" OFFERITfr iIIILI -

contributed only 3rgold to review its glorious normally; wet period since Dec. 24 which, although we neededthe .. I
medals (the half being for Olympic triumph in the same rain badly has added to the discomfort. (AP) Ordell ToM UtTIRE and TIRE i'LJO.16 i iI.

pairs figure skating) and realistic way Izvestla sourly All In all. It ha* been a very poor winter for fishermen Brace of the Baltimore Colts .4fon. NO LIMIT GUARANTEE /iJa/' Tub.d typa Ilaehwall, IA.ae se.oa
only 9rof the gold, silver reviewed one widely acclaimed said today the National Football Tub.d-txp* WhIUwlllTubolct 1136 55.00 I-
with the only good Item the fact the unusual rain make the la honored by thouunds and thousands of .
BlicKwall 1.16 6.00
and bronze medals.If track success over the prospect for fishing this spring and summer look very good League Players Association opposes Fimiton d.. *.. and atoros In the United Slat** 1./0.16 51,00 M
a comparison I* needed. United States, gained only by Indeed. blanket exemption of pro and Csnsda..wher.wr. you travolfUU LJalTubNNs W0It.ws7 50,55 I
It Is pertinent to point out the superiority of their Amazons football' teams from provisions UFITIMI SMMNnl M UMllOIIIIIUI IM MOUTHS '....14 Tubslss 1I..k.,1, 16 5. 0 I
that Norway took IS medals However bad weather or not, people do fish right on, and of the antitrust laws ==25.M,", Iso ==: =::':,.-= T.a ta Tub.Isn, Whlt..11 eo:6 5s oo a t
For from Tim ....
we have some report to prove It. example w.wrMa" ; PIUs In
one by a muscular that the owners
every "We
e
"It would hardly be correct agree ISNw r.wA '
Asher at Lundy's Camp the north end of Lake Juliana, I II
male. None of this prove ." wrote an levestlacritic on should get some relief but not JUt \.P.vW kfy, '$;.mf' )
a great deal outside of the come a note and three photo of tagged bass. at the of Jeopardizingour I::.=-.u-==- a'I II! U' dM jaA4 wtar..r..rr I : .
"to close expense
to tALL
our .
eyes ---- -- :CHARG .lr t ftIIori'hl
,
fact that anyone can juggle the different state of affairs." Tim says he even caught a tagged bass himself, and the position said Braase, new Ii MOt\tlly: )

statistic to serve his own nefarious Four of the 11 gold medals photo show: "Woodrow C. Lett with the tagged bass he ly elected president of the play.
Actually landed while In Jullanna on his birthday and while i
purpose. Russia collected were won by fishing en' organization. TIRES MOUNTED FREE
there was less statistical juggling Ladlye Skobllkova, the speed he was on leave from the Air Force. Brace Is scheduled to testify
this time than ever before skating mama. Three were by "Doyle Close with hi* tagged bass, also from Lake Julian next week before the Senate an Fast Service by Tire Experts CF

because the Olympic cor. gal cross-country skiers anda na; and Jesse Lott with another tagged ba..." thrust and Monopoly subcommittee I

, respondents finally dropped half by the distaff side of In Washington D.C.. PMsd M Oasis.t PkMton....... n pitltl' "" ty"..... M flrt. ,_Ofm\fn CM!ft all Mrvtot(taUm Mipferlnt, ** HrMtaM MfW .' .
the "unofficial" team points the pair figure skaters. 31 Togged Fish Turned In when hearings I resume on
I which has been distorting bill Introduced by Sen.
t these international games for the Women ancient sire wise'WOnderfulut men who A report from Jimmy Musso reveal people have broughtIn Philip sports A. Hart, D-Mlch 1mI. ti

h four decade And they created Olympic Ideals ruled 31 tagged fish to his office to yesterday noon. This I II pretty Others expected to testify In : .

counted only medals. that their mighty athletic festival good for only the first ten day of the contest. elude the commissioners of the 4' S. S r .
On this basis the U.S. did would not be co-ed. The Jimmy also tells us he ha an exhibit concerning the National. American and United : 1Y

I not fare too well and there Greeks even had a word for Schlit fishing contest down at the Publix store in the South. Football leagues Pete Ro- r.tSl .

undoubtedly will be all sorts the part that the dames gate Shopping Center which features fish caught, by hook and cello Joe Foss and George Ga 1,

of viewing with alarm. That'sutter would play in the Olympics.It line, from Lake Parker Jimmy borrowed the fish from fishermen reff. tI
nonsense. The first I
was: No.MOCS. on the power plant pier.
fact which must be faced He has a 20-callon tank with a five-pound bass which Kathleen Scoring j. h
head-on Is that this
countryis
.'
PLAY Incidentally was caught on a cane.pole and a worm with a I
not a winter sports nation o ra "PT' I;
and small catfish
bream hook three
small speckled perch a .. i' ft 4tat
the that such M,5.nN
in sense Alpine AT DeLAND Jimmy says the fish are attracting a lot of attention. 5I.r oO;;;::..: 51
countries of Switzerland Austria 0.5.w. .1
France and Italy are or And another note young Ronnie Miller son of John Millerof Wet 55.0., ".::::::::::.15.r lil! I

in the sense that the Scan- DELAND Florida SouthernCollege' John's Fish Camp on Jullanna, has caught himself a tagged .......u............. I' It II II :
danavian countries, plus the Moccasins encounter b.... 5.1-5. ... ." .. i..54! 'i =
cage .. ....... i I i
Soviet, are. Florida Intercollegiate And we have another letter from Gordon Bstsford commenting Pasta ..;.................. 5 1 :, coals 1 POUND BOX
Theyski and skate from Conference foe Stetson University on our last Sunday column concerning his letter Nw mrkl.nd .. .. .. J j 1 jWrestling

babyhood.. In Innsbruck for about the dam on the outlet at Lake Panaaoffkee. "'...... .. .. .. .. I 5q ,ii ..INv.3. ... Only SCHRAFFT'SVALENTINE .
here at the DeLand High .. ... 5
Heavy-duty
41 4 .
example the kids gulp down We are pleased to find that we apparently made, no one ... .a...... 5....... .1.0111"'. 5w5OJu. .,...
School at 8 .m. today. I7r.IY. ...."' _, ,I. rubber
molded
their lunch at the noon recess gym p hate make y..11
mad with our comments on the subject (We to 00........... .
and snatch a couple of The Mat, 11.10 on the season friends madt But Gordon says in part! "Your article was -'N. a aroN5o.-- Non-skid design

runs down a nearby Alp before and 3-3 In conference play will thorough fair and gives us an outline to go by CANDY.

returning to classes. Although be out to avenge a Feb. 4 103-99 :"All: my buddies loved your article yesterday alwaysHe ; ; Universal Fit
skiing Is growing at a
Yours for wit opening er
tremendously fast over overtime loss to Coach Glenn Choice of |
pace $199
here WUkes's Hatters. also commented on some fish he caught which he said adding te your budget' account
developed areas are colon: white
A win over the DeLand five had migrated up Into the lake from the river-ae we had said SAT. NITE 8 P.M. I red blue with a purchase totaling

tonight, plus a conquest of FIC thousands did. I AtlMOIlYLAKELAND ,
Kathleen' Baseball
opponent Jacksonville Unlve Our thanks to Gordon for both letters and the many compliments j i if,1"'iY' green, black $24.95 er more

Meeting Tomorrow ally on Saturday could give It's these "nice" letters that make this job worth.
Southern possible second placeIn whilel 1
KATHLEEN The Kathleen ;;
final league standings. IKI
.I.Ia :
Dixie Boys Baicball Following the lax game. FSC I EAKINS
League ("12) will hold an has only to face two more conference 1 I / t
organizations meeting tomorrow rivals-Tampa University BOWLINGWomen \ TAKES /

at 7:30 p.m. at. the and the powerful Miami 1 CHALLENGE .IaCj

Kathleen Junior High School Hurricanes.I bowler of the City OWSSN CLASSIC I 0' o

cafeteria.All Starting tonight for Coach Tom' of Lakeland will vie In the I. M..i o rruit. c* .. To" n 5.M KARLSON
persons In the Kathleenarea Greene will be cccaptalns TlElsnaugte 5.y k l. 4* 11, CRUSHER
"I-:::: .
women' Saturdayand : .:
city tourney 5. JeAnn .Ly 1. rL
and Dave Shinkma,! ,. .... ,. .
Interested la In
assisting Hutt ll ctr>V 41.h LN
Sunday at Lakeland ... ..., ....., TAG E
Dawson center M. l y.du.l > u. tl.ll allMun
the baseball program are forwards: Tom ; M.... I..y wl.r 1 .... iIAL fl. V 1In
eligible te attend tomorrow's and Bobby Bowman and John Lane ..*... s1 m*, Ltkftfn D,... TEAM MATCH a
session Wells, guards. Team will roll Saturday ur.MI.." Warn ....... Ukilantf ertMaN IINSATIONALCALIFORNIANS i
I night with doubles and tingleson 141 S.LM..

Sunday night Still' 1, alb aril eases Mrlll. ....'. .
The tourney I I. sponsored by Mrry. I 5 5
015.I,1
Sports SlantContinued the Lakeland Women's Bowl. Ju4v W1IM,. san eases L.. ttlll U*. I nFiI: 5 LICENSE
log Association. .',w NITS Fl'* suw.CAP 4.14 Luau I It; PLATE

( from Page 12, Cols. 7") BOWLSHITTSSMrMl ..... .. e.._..... .._ wn 4, LM'21a' < *9 ,
.'., Pumltvr* ..,..,,. .> ftiftfrf"Sf4lffr "1..1...... FRAMES
5' C.n.is ... It AMC '"
himself, was well aware of the situation last fall and worked : : ",". '.". ,'.:, T5 f* a. L..:... .,'........OII.it. :
: . .. .. FIT ALLSTANDARD
lost season There a rut Tw.* '* Or T4 M 0... .. 41 > AL AND RAMONTORRES "
hard In an effort to overcome that a.Nl a..rlw ', 14 M 40 5wwrl& M.... ...... eo 52
Ih.MiSh ,. .... ,..... CARS
rhubarb wrestling promoters In the Southeast m* team (mptr. 114.ft i M h l 'w. fcakvuntf T
The developing National Wrestling among Association Sam Muanick president Nun IMwIw15 MTIM. to m._tfvip Lw r* BO Wn./we. I"''':::::' M.Mt' .._ Lak". .." T,.... CLASH IN' TAG TIAM

is seeking to control the smalltime promoters who relyon 12'"I.. 1..1. wrLN NarI II. s5.5nwlw 511w 01.15IMnI1r.1_. '0' _IM Jh5. .." MATCH 1..55 AGAINST Here's what we do:

NWA grapplers for their card. Its even come Into Lakelandwith 1'.11. W.I"I"_, ,eases... ..'11'" _..... i"NI"I..I.I, ait. unoi Jim Mv.rsr SEBASTIAN 9c

Promoter Pat O'Hara getting the squeeze by competingcards future. ". lib lib ease Jim Mo*** *101 r.. I.aa., rougher in the ,.,. WnN.rd. tD. .
"
In Winter Haven. Things may get Mil Ch.l MrrlMn K JXilu [I
from the Unl.ver.ity lrl Hutlm.n, S-f 11 '.1'l Chompioflmiior wheels to manufacturer's original specifications.
additional funds .
FLORIDA A&M will get rtam, lT. free Initallathn I
of Miami. This came about when the Hurricanes had Lakeland Soccer MORHINa' STAR Bull VERDO Replacment parts and torsion bar adjustment,

to reschedule the Miami-Alabama game because of the deathof Team Scores Win wen iMl extra if needed. e Chrome Plated
. .
BMIIII'I 5nd.{ 121 }L
Blossom '
President Kennedy to the same day as the Orange I.: Mutowl of OxMh la* 14 o Die Celt Frame
that night. Hurricane officials TAMPA-The Lakeland soccer 1... ArlM. . ..... '.M. M tGIRLS
*1 Fit
Classic the Rattlers playing Huk> t rt A TM II e Snug Letting
,.. ....... '. ,
officials for the difference betweenthe team opened Its 1964 season here M 5501 D. "" '"
reimburse Rattler I
agreed to
29.761 JERRY LUCAS Saturday with a 42 win over 01'45 .... _I... D..,'* SliMUIr{ FLA STATICHAMPION e Easily Installed
63
.
6J 43.080, and the gate. .
gate "
is proving as adept a pro eager as he was at Ohio State Unlversity. Tampa in the first game of Florida xilia4.101lib ....'......1 S 5.s.. I. 11..1.._. MISS
cent clip on field goals. State Soccer League com NIN In/ivi/Nl _Iw. pies Lu_ "t ELLA WALDEK w
He's hitting at a 52.4 per ....., 501. I L Vs.L .
petition.
at a 18.S rebound average ,
397 an .AMesN
for 757 tries-and grabbing
for a 17.1 per Two goals by Frank Eisen- II."....... 'M, r.r. WnN..... '. MISSIELLI I
858 rebounds In 58 games He has 1.031 points check and one by Wally Wells su, 1101 ..tt. .'....-.. U,. STAn
,.. ... .. ,.
with 2.07 M rlBwnaw
Chamberlain 1s high 'hui I 5"r. 1 tail >
game mark. Wilt (The Stilt) gave Lakeland a Jot edge over r. ft-7l. Judy. O.r n.r t 10)): DM Hesssth..s.Priaa;; ; 0....,
1 points ROBIN ROBERTS signed his 64 pact but says he's of first 1.,0.a, S t, I Tl If Ho.I lnn,. '
Tampa by the end the L5.10< rtfff H.rt,1IIf h fl.. '.. ...
not happy with his '63 record of 14-13 best since 1950. "I should .l.e...:,. :: :'i"T'i la HoHin.wwrUIOAVISON .....t.vr wrestler' cMchod sad
have been better. And we (the Baltimore Orioles) should have half.Tampa fought back early In CHSMICAt LUOUa LM ended by hiss H..tH.

been better." he declared RALPH DUPAS. flattened the second half with two quick t. 11_ ..,.._..*( MM II IJA TI.... WalirMn. OrM
be on the way out. =nttiHi 9 S a,.._*. I M .*... Adm. I.Mttuwntt
1 Monday night by Emlle Griffith, may goals but could never catch the .*.., ... fi4n*> I 10 J*
.
iDupas' head hit the floor and he was out for an hour or solit Lakeland eleven u Bruce Kelsey 4. 0 In* nMrIn" 5 S e' I I
J killed Benny (Kid) another hometo Hi.K In.N i4ul t>m*. Ckarh' WnIn. MU 6-4153
who kicked goal AVE.
must have been tough on Griffith, till HHn* .lotr'ri. 175. WrestlingLAKELAND 202 N, MASS
THE American Football Lakeland their 4-2 win. Mih. Iml...".. MTIM O5. I,. WifIn -
give
Paret In April 1962.'HILE 01 *, lOOl .....**. BfllMtfVri, 47X I LAKELANDSPORTS -
choices, they v Lakeland will play at home iis aM
League hunt fared too well signing 63 draft .KOMI. ...IMr.rl. IT*.
drafted as futures In 62. Sunday against St. Petersburgat I 700 OAMIIhrll ARMORY I
done well signing those players .* WIM,n*. im Hrri NutMn.
r ve signed III future choices. double that of a year ago John Cox field 2:30:; p.m. "/5 ew/II Ww.550''' au.

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I : I Let's Play Bridge I 4 7 Bat r' < r Found Dead In Flaming Auto




By ALAN TRUSCOTT mammaa MINEOLA, N Y (ft Dist Plain view, was a former bartender was charged with( Inducing
Atty. William Cahn says he has at the Copacabana Night- women into prostitution Five
; The World Bridge Federation NORTH Syr; l ruled out suicide in the flaming club In New York He took other persons have -since been

has Issued the official results ol auto death of a tavern operator over part ownership of the JerIcho arrested
.
the World Par Championships KQJVC41 r f AQI described as a "steerer" In a Lounge, six miles from "his The 14 alleged call girls

held In November. They show Kl I M R purported $200,000.year housewives home, about a year ago I seized as material witnesseshad

that Roger Stern of New York A ( prostitution ring Cahn said Nugent had been all been married Only five

City and Lawrence Rosier of AQ4Z EAST D "It was definitely not sub questioned Feb, 4, when 13 live with their husbands and
WEST
Murray Hill, N. J., won the ( ) I cide," Cahn said yesterday of women were picked up in the children. Husbands of three of
United States tone prize and A lOB 71 U A A J11 the death of Edmund M (Teddy)) probe, Including Mrs. McAllis the five baby sat with full

placed fifth In the world by the 4Pt/e V J$7 K JQ10I Nugent 49 "We do not know ter 35, a thrice-divorced motherof knowledge' of what their wives

narrowest possible margin After whether it was accidental three from HlcksviUe She were engaged in Cahn said
+ 81 K II17 7t homicide but do know he
had been made for we ..
adjustments Y I.Ipr. - - -
a variety of appeals, they received SOUTH 1 M was alive and breathing when jar jr sor *r JST "'"r AT AST ..AII"WAYNE'S "

153 points, lest than half A __ the fire broke out" An autopsy

a point more than Don Horwltz AQ8742 h't showed the victim had. Inhaled
.1142 t
and Julien Phillppy of Minneap smoke
A JSS
oils t Body Discovered
North-South were vulnerable
Three other New York pain The bedding: Nugent'i burned body was discovered -
PACI'AGE STORE-
were among the first 20 In the Pass early yesterday In a

world standings: 15th, Paul East South West North f flaming car parked outside his OEN ,-,

Heitner of Jamaica, Queens, and 1N.T. Pass 2 D'ble <,tk Jericho Long Island tavern. 256 N. KENTUCKY AYE fRI.-SAT. TILL 10

Arnold Malasky of Brooklyn, Pass 4 V Pass s. Cahn said Nugent admitted 1

135.33 points, 16th, Ronald Blau Pass I V Pass Pass steering clients to prostitutes, SPECIALS-THUR..fRl.-SAT.
of Pamaica and Sol Rubinow of West led the diamond ten? WESTERN SPIRIT Block Hills St.$. Twekor. Coli.,., Spmrflih S. D., hot ..m.i Vlrinl named many of the 200 Long

New York City 135; 18th, Mrs,. | Drltkill .f Dovlli T.w.r, W,.., In th. Mill CkoorUcdor USA tonH.r Ming, ,..ta... r.y .... Island businessmen questionedin cur RATE
LIqUORS
Dorothy Hayden of Hastlngs-on Wlriror H.... Chomkor *f Commcrc* .nd Cy...... 0......... the case signed a statementand ,
writer 134. was required to play six hearts defendant
Hudson and this was a prospective
Mrs. Hayden was the highest The bidding Is somewhat opts .

placed woman player in the mistic and an entirely imaginary New York's Emanuel 1 Celler "It (the death) looks suspicious -

world. method of reaching the slam and that is how I'm carrying OLD HICKORY I 3491

As the hands for this event East's one no-trump is the weak It right now pending a toxl-
variety, and the knowledge that tological (autopsy lab) report," ?
are intended minds to tax the they world'sbest naturally he has a minimum opening bid Proud Of Civil Rights PassageWASHINGTON Cahn said.Meanwhile. k 86 BOURBON 5TH
,
bridge with balanced distribution Is a the attorney for .. _ lSCHENLEY'S
abound with complex technicslprpblema.
vital factor in the play. the accused madam of the call I
They are muchtoo
for the The right play to make six (AP) For Celler said it was the hardest Nov. 7, 1922, said he felt con girl ring announced he would

difficult and this occasion average hearts Is not entirely obvious,, Rep Emanuel Celler House year he has ever spent in Con fident from the start that the fight for an "open" trial to ex 359

player, difficult on for the 1961 even with all four hands in view. usage of the administration's greet House would pass the measure pose what he 'said were the 1
were too civil rights bill was the greatest although he admitted worrying leading Long Island politiciansand
Reese and Readers who wish to test themselves He atrlbuted preparation and
winners Claude Rodrigue Terence of England against the experts should achievement of his 42-year con- diplomacy for the committee' about possible crippling amend-,' businessmen who were customers RESERVE-86" BLEND 5TH 1_

who unable to place in the cover the East-West hands resslonal career success in winning House passage ments to sections calling for a' of the operation. 0
were
The key maneuver, which "I sort of feel like I climbedMt of the legislation fair employment practices commission John J. Sutter of Mineola

first 20.Play Stern made is to lead a low Everest and I'm just pausing "We didn't shut off debate," and cutting off federal counsel for alleged vice queen KENTUCKY

Is Bound To Be Slow club from dummy after winning up there and looking he explained "The provocationwas aid to segregated programs.Southern Mrs, Concetta McAllister said: 369

Inevitably the play Is slow he diamond lead around," the 75-year-old New sometimes strong but we Democrats failed to "I Intend to from rip these the shroud of GENTLEMAN

when the players are good If East ducks, South can York Democrat said today inan never shut it off. We set a tone win approval of any major anonymity who people for
Any man a girl
enough to hope for a high avoid a club loser* He uses interview of friendliness, good will and amendments her services is pays just as guilty 86' BOURBON 5TH

standing and the game here the diamond entry to lead a As chairman of the powerful tolerance. We were very Careful "It was preparation that put as she is, as far as I'm concerned -
for each from dummy for a finesse House Committee head in everything. We didn't try said.
lasted about five hours trump Judiciary this over, Celler And politician or not
I of two 16-board sessions. The and establishes a spade spent nine days guiding the to rub salt in the wounds We I intend to expose these 'Johns' 3'91

world winners, Bertrand Roman trick for a club discard, using civil rights bill through the tried to keep the debate high BANK OF BUMEY (customers of prostitutes) to the HEAVEN HILL

et and Gerard Desrousseaux of the third round of trumps as House. Despite his years, he lost level." public eye." : 1

Paris, who totaled 168 points.' an entry. Only a diamond trickis none of his bounce or his good By we, Celler made It plain The Bank of England, most The Nassau district attorney's

set an unattractive world record lost humor during that time that he meant other members of important bank In the world and office has offered to shield customers 86' BOURBON

I for slow play: The second ses In practice, East was requiredto Most Important"It's the Judiciary Committee who the central figure in the bank of the ring from pub

don of the game in which they play the club king, after supported the civil rights bill, ing system of England was licity if they cooperated in the
took part lasted 10 hours-an which South was able to avoid the most Important thing especially Rep. William M. Mc- founded by William Paterson In inquiry.
average of 37 minutes a deal. a diamond loserDummy's I I've done," Celler said of the Culloch of Ohio the senior Republican 1694 as a Joint-stock association Cahn disclosed that the In- House of Stuart 3991

The deal shown today helped black suits each furnished a dls. measure approved 290 to 130 member. It was given the right to issue vestigation had spread to three

Stern and Rosier win the United card for a losing diamond. In, Monday night, "and it's one ofthe Feels Confident bank notes and a monopoly ofa other states which he refusedto 86' SCOTCH 5TH

States title They bid four hearts this variation, also the thtird I most important things ever certain kind of banking in name. 1
-quite correctly for which round of hearts was a vital entry .. passed by the House" "Bill McCulloch Is entitled to England for lending its entire "It may well be that the FBI

they received the maximum ; and South had to conservehis I The Judiciary Committee bean tremendous credit," Celler said capital to the government This will eventually have to be informed w. RN.rv1 TM Right T. LIMit Q..ntity.ilTlllllllll
credit. heart deuce. It was an elegant Its Investigation of the civil The Brooklyn Democrat, who monopoly lasted until the nineteenth ," he said.

I For the purposes of the con problem In maneuvering: rights bill almost one year ago. was first elected to Congress on : century Nugent who lived In nearby .

test, however Stern as South based upon a bidding inference.


II NEWS OF RECORD ,



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Lakeland. .
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Archie Thompoon, 93, Lakeland
divorce.wblb n. Rlchart LIb and .Mary ill. Tbompaon' 30. LakefwOrd .

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101. Clenunonl.
tfera at .s lad J, 1 OrUIln. dliml and Dorothy.
*'oinir Podor.1 B.vln.l and loan Richard Lee Chapman :11 I Lakeland.
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r LAKELAND: _LEDGER Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1H4. II.


Board Hires Technical Man Found


Beside Road I..., .



Director For Junior CollegeBARTOW VanishesA :Mti, \..


32-year-old Auburndaleman i
Polk County's who was found unconscious
school board yesterday approved at the Intersection of I rSTOCK MARKET FLASHES

the hiring of a Hills- Reynolds Road and U. S.
borough County man at director Highway (2 Monday vanished -

of technical and speclalUed late yesterday from Lakeland NEW YORK un The stock 2,500 sharesOpening San Diego Imperial opened
education for the Polk General Hospital. market was firm In moderatelyactive on 2,000 shares, both unchanged at 11% on 3,000

Junior College. A hospital spokesman Iden- trading at the opening unchanged were US. Steel at shares

In other action regarding tified the man as Donald For- today. 54% and Bethlehem at 33%. General Motors edged up V4
the junior college, the board rester. Changes of most key stocks General Electric advanced Vt at 78% on 2,800 shares. Reynolds
approved a salary schedule, were fractional. to 88% on 2,900 shares Opening Tobacco rose V4 to 40% on 1.500
"He must have tired
a tentative program offeringand gotten International Minerals I & blocks also Included: Pennsylvania shares Royal Dutch lost % and
a.. portion of the school and left. the spokesman said Chemicals gained a point at 70 Railroad up % at 31 Eastman Kodak %.
"Ha left without his doctor'spermission.
calendar. Our U on an opening block .of 6,900 on 6,000 shares;; American Can, Yesterday the Associated
The appointment of James "diagnosis shares up % at 41H on 5,000; and Ford, Press average of 60 stocks rose

E. Harris,, who currently U not Forrester yet complete who was found Greyhound rose %" to 48'/J on unchanged at 52% on 4,500. 1.4 to 2941, a new high.

serving as co-ordinator of distributive beside the .
roadway by a passerby
education for the BANKING ON GREATER LAKELAND at first was thought BLUE CHIPS
I HJlsborough Board of
County
I to have been struck by a car.
Public Instruction, Is efteofive NO._ JL.M ?*, When Forrester was taken GOOD GOSNSPIittEYYp
as of Saturday. \ /** i i jY
I Vto into the emergency room, his ? r,,, WATCH 7H 6 BOAKD AND STOP I
Pay' Set Higher eyes were dlalated and his nw.., +4s. WONDEQIN6y4NATJJL7tIKE I

The 45-year-old native of M* 1 i* Q'4' 233 tAVt+/. fingertips had turned slightly PEOPLE DO FOR A VYING I
.
I /
Kentucky U a graduate of blue He was taken to the Intensive

Western Kentucky State College 3I care unit where his
\ MiMlw admittance read
diagnosis
t at Bowling Green, Ky.,
and Florida State University "* w Til "possible concussion with con-
I ,vJ/sr "i"Sst4.i Ji i vulsion."
The four ranked salary
t schedule calls for teachers to rJUST The hospital spokesman said i
.
Forrester regained consciousness
get $200 more per 10-month M
, year than do teachers in thecounty's and appeared normal
I yesterday There was no indication
elementary and high
schools. as to what might n ..,* (''nH 4' 4 4! *

\ The schedule calls for teachers have happened and tests "
I In Rank III bachelor's THI RIGHT' AMOUNT-Tfce Unlto4 Fund ., GrwHr UUhntJ. h .WainsCmHr were to have been conducted. r
( X11 C
t degree)r and no experience to &.... .... CltiMm I* .... teed *. check W4, ky J...,. A. Kent. Kml Is Ch.lrmii .f Hi. The I Investor I

I start at $4,650 per year; Rank 164 ....,.'.* which *...! Setttt4.,. The gal .( $211,000 w.. Nt ,....,.., by MM fund'sIW4 Daily

i.i II (master's degree) and no ., Directors. to. 12 per *..t m.r. then was nlxJ In 141.-Story 4>.. Pies 21)) Bids Asked
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experience to start at 13,050 By WIWAM A. DOYLEQ. Q. I have a number of shares

: per year; Rank I (24 semester School Last year I cashed some of Investors Variable Payment
I I, hours beyond the master's degree Polk Commission School Board On 2 AMERICAN EXCHANGE STOCK Series E, U.S. Savings Bonds Fund. In December I received

) and no experience to which I had held for several a dividend check amounting to

.:II start at $5,550 per year and Projects Latest years. Naturally I was under 42,% cents on each share Is
. for those with an earned doctorate Close the Impression that the difference that dividend high low averageor
and Discuss Policies CooperationBARTOW Am Elec ................ IV
Is Its
no experience the between the cost price what? Also what ever
:I Ii Is BARTOW The school Barnes Eng .. ............ 291/
starting salary $6,150. and the price I received when all record?
, -- .............. NS
board yesterday authorized Dorsey Corp
Each of the
ranks carries I sold would be considered a A. First things first That
:.Ii $111 per year Increase for County commissioners commission voted to erect the erected. "This project was motivated architect Gordon N Dirkei to Falcon Sea Dr ........... 15% long-term capital gain and thatI check you received was not all
. each year of experience. However sat In on yesterday's orange and black warning by a rural problem" advertise for bids on two Guard Chem ............. IOJ( would only have to pay Fed. dividend. It was a combined
Gulf Am ................ 4
school board meeting and the signs along routes heavily McCutcheon said planned p jecta.
the board adopted a policy eral Income taxes on half of check representing both dividends
Gulf .............. 8%
. two bodies discussed various traveled by bicyclists on their Bids both the two-class Sulphur
that a maximum of ten "But It now has turned out on that gain. and capital-gains distributions.
, Kratter ................... 9%
and co-operation school addition to Frostproof (
years of teaching experience policies way to that there are many urban room But I was Informed by the In- This was explained to you
............. 30
: (which may. Include up to When the joint meeting was The commission decided to real, where the signs can be Elementary School and the Lucky Friday / ternal Revenue Service that I and all other shareholders in
1 Occidental Pet ............ 28%
the board had pledgedthe let the school board have a warehouse at the school bus
three years of military experience over put to good use will have to pay Income taxeson the literature the fund has sent
Carrier ......... NS
aid of safety director Dave voice in there the first signs In Bartow will be Redwing
) may be transferred In Boone told commissionersthat garage open. the full amount of that gain. to you. You really should read
Stephan Co. ............... 10
. Lofton In where bicycle should Nothing else had ed March 11.
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route signs should be been said about the /
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Allowances Approved supported by taxpayers and Elec. .............. 25'/
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erected the until :yesterday. and specificationsfor In column. Are E bonds to their shareholdersfrom
"It all comes out of the same plans your
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the junior college president, Engineer Waldo Fieldingto be okay for the engineer to the plans are subject to approval OVER-THE-COUNTER rule and capital gains
.. Dr. F. T. Lenfestey and the look over plans for school Commission Chairman Wil- offer suggestions to school by the State Department MUTUAL FUNDS I A. Not really because when Dividends represent Income,
advisory board the school projects. mer McCutcheon said yesterday plant. of Education. BANKS Etc. you cash an E bond you don't Dividends come from the Income
l board also voted special allow. Several months ago the the signs are ready to be Bid have any capital gain. You receive (dividends and Interest)
"Often times have built Land Swap Eyed
ances for persons teaching ,"we Affiliated Fund .......... 837 the price you paid for the a mutual fund collects on the
evening or summer sessions + + *n *n *. a good building Boone noted Also yesterday, the board Allco ...................... 7%| bond, plus the Interest that has securities In which the fund has
and for division chairman and "but we have come out shorton approved preliminary plans Am Express .............. 37'/ built up on they'* 'Invested That income (less the

department heads. the engineering"Drainage for an addition to Brldgers Auto Merch ............... 2 bond since that expenses of running the fund)
The tentative program consists 'Tampa Bakery To Get Problems Avenue Elementary School In Chase Man Dank .......... 64% time Is then passed on to the shareholders -

of two offerings: The superintendent went on Auburndale and for a textbook Eckerd's Drug ............ NS So, the dif e of the fund.
The technical and vocational that he warehouse at the bus Fidelity Fund ............16.92 ference between 'oj Capital-gains distributions represent
to explain particularly -
program which will consist School Bread ContractBARTOW was referring to the matter garage Fla. Gas ................... 9% the price you the net profits a mutual
of drafting, business secretarial of drainage. On the subject of building Fla. Pub. Util ............ 23 paid and the fund has made by selling securities
mid-management and projects the board authorized Fla. Steel................ 9% amount you ra + It has owned at higher
'I agribusiness and agriculture The school for yesterday's meeting and Commissioner Floyd Woods Attorney C. A. Boswell, to Fla.. Tel .................. 28% celve is Interest ; prices than the fund paid for
courses. board yesterday voted to stated that the bakery U prepared noted that the new Carlton check with Lake Alfred oft if Fla Tile ........:......... 11>/. not capital those securities

The two-year college par- award. a contract to.Contlnen- to meet all needs of Palmore Elementary School" dale on the possibility of a Founders Life ............ 6'/. gain Investors Variable Payment
allel course which will consist the school system. y; "has given us a problem." land swap to give the board Gulf Life .................. !58V< Now, please Fund sent out one check last
of 60 semester hours' 39 B akerle.or Tampa for In other financial matters Woods! said It would take .ev. enough property In Fruitland Incorp Invest .......... 7.34' let's not have a year-amounting to 42% centson
of which must come in the bread to be used In the lunchrooms School Superintendent Shelley eral thousand dollars" to correct Park for a planned elementary Inter County Tel & Tel 49 batch of letters DOYLEtelling each share of its stock. Of

academic areas of communications of the county's schools. S. Boone reported that the these problems school Jackson Mln Mart ... ..... S7/' me that I'm picking nits. that amount, 31 cents represented

mathematics social The contract Is effective board baa saved $452 since The commissioners also requested Superintendent Shelley S. Lewis Bus Forma ........ 17% There Is a big difference be- a capital-gains distributionand

sciences humanities and the ss of March 2 and ls for the last September by purchasing the board to notify Boone said the board has several Nationwide ............... 14% tween Interest and capital gainsespecially 11% cents represented dividend
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natural sciences remainder of the current gasoline for school buses in officials of various schools lots in the city that are A. H. Robins ............. 36'% when that ol deb- Income.
Dr. Lenfestey said students school year. Continental was the Lake Wales area in "bulk which would like to use vot- of no practical use to the Taylor Inst ...............52' bil taxes comes Into the picture, Based on the present asset
completing the parallel programs the lowest composite bidderon form and dispensing It our In machines for student elections board and he feels "we can T.V Elec Fund .......... 784 as it usually doei value per share of that fund
with a minimum grade the various kinds of bread selves." to plan to use those machines work a trade for property adjoining Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 22 Interest 1s taxable as "ordi (just above $7 as I pound out I

average of "C" will be eligible used in the schools before April 1. our site" Travelers ..............,. 197 nary income," just as your this column) the HVi-cent divi 1
to receive the associate of "This will give our maintenance United Ilium .............. 38% salary Is taxable. dend provides a current yield ,
arts degree and will have their Based of on an various approximateusage kinds of Publix's Checker man time to service the Universal Foods ......... .32! Under the present Federal of a bit more than 16 per cent. I
the
transcripts certified to show machines In time for the first Walters Jim .............. 29% tax code, when you sell almost That's a low yield.
the general education program bread, the bid of calls for a- Of The Year primary," McCutcheon said Parents To Hear any security (stocks, most But that fund has not attempted

has been completed.The monthly price approximately Latest II a.m. bonds, etc.) at a higher price to be a big dividend producer
tentative junior college 738925. To Be ChosenThe Prior Approved Lakeland High Close Price then you paid for It, your profits Its investment aim is

schedule calls for the facultyto $2,000 Saved McCutcheon also said the Air Reduction 58'58'4 a long-term capital gain growth. When the fund was organized

report on Aug. 17. classesto Sam Collins purchasing Publlx Super Markets. commission would prefer the Alden K% 28% provided that you have owned In June 1957, Its asset
begin on Sept. 8 and classes agent for the board estimatedthat Inc., Company Checker of the board approve requests for Students SpeakTwo Allegheny Ludlum 40 40 that security for more than six value per share was $4.01. Its

to end on June 4. this will save approxi- Year will be selected today voting machines before the requests Allied Chem 54% 54% months. over-all record for growth, to
School Superintendent Shelley mately $2,000 per month.In with finalists In the state contest are submitted to the Lakeland High School I Allied Stores 89 57 But the Interest you collected date, has been good-up from
Boone said the policy mak the past various lunchroom being interviewed at the commission. students David Ellerbe and I Am Beech 15'NS when you cashed those E bonds 1401 to just above $7 in less

ers will strive to have as managers have bargained main office and warehouse.The Boone Indicated that Commissioner Thomas Glnn will speak at the, Am Cyanamid 60 60'/4 was not a capital gain than seven years.

"much harmony as possible" with the various bakeries interview phase of the Aldlne Combee may Auburndale High School tomorrow Am Home Prd 65% 65%
between the junior college for the bread needed In their. contest Is the final one in the now be able to follow through at a meeting of the Sorosli 1 Am Hospital 227 22% Latest II a.m. Latest 11 a.m.

schedule and the schedule particular lunchroom. selection of the winner. with plans to build a parkIng Club. Am Mach & Frdy WWA Close Price Close<< Price

followed by the county school A. C. 'Conley plant manager The interview committee Is lot at Lakeland Senior The students were Invited by, Am Metal Prd 19% 19/
of Mrs. Lois Gillette 30'Va NS Pure Oil 413,4 NS
system. for the firm was present composed Searl High School. Mrs. James E. Sutton, presldenof : Am Motor 16% 17
City Commissioner; Mrs Genevieve Combee said he was "aboutto the Polk County Council 01 Am Reel, 0ev 22'Va 23 WR Grace 50Va 50% Raybl.tos Man 39% 39%

Willis Interviewer for the build a parking lot there Parent, Teacher Associations, to, Am Seating 36% NS Great A P Tea 36% 36 V. Rep Steel 41'Va 41R. ,%

i Two Companies In Polk Florida State Employment Serv. when I was told to quit" speak about Lakeland High I Am Tobacco 2S% 2SY. Greyhound 47% 481% J. Reynolds >40% >40%
and
Ice Mrs. Olive S.
; Sykes Boone pointed out that an School's Honor Crusade. Am Tel Tel 146 NS Reynolds Met 35
41 %
women's editor of The Ledger. Grumman 41% 'Va 35'Va
expansion project was being Ampex 15% 15%
50 will I
Approximately parents
Rhod Sal Trust
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Awards planned for the school "but hear Ellerbe chairman of the. Aria Pub Ser .31Y. 31Y. IBM 542 542% 5'Va %
Receive Safety BUILT FROM FORTS we now know where it will Honor Crusade Program and I Armco Steel 68 68 Int Harvester 110% 60% R. C. Cola >49Va 4934;

The city of Accra capital of be." Glnn president of the studen: Atcha top 28Y., 2814I IMC 77NO! Safeway Stores 59% 59V.

Two Polk County firm_ celved awards for operatingone Ghana was built on the site of McCutcheon pointed out that council. Atl Refin mI Int Mln Chem 69 31 31 68'Va Scott Paper 38Y. 38%
lot % %
/ Lakelandwereamong million or more man- three forts; one British one paving was only one of several The students will discuss I Auto Can 143,4 Paper Seaboard Air R 44% 44'Va
from 22lZ Int Tel Tel S5a NS
one Dutch and the two Avco 22
one Danish. It is areas where cheating In the classroom and I %
10 companies who re- hour. without a disabling accident now one of the chief ports on boards have a cooperative pol the work done by the Honor. Beneficial 8115816 Jones "laughlin 681 NS Sean 103% 103%

the Guinea coast. icy. Crusade to correct It. Beth Steel 33% 33% Kelsey Hayes NS Shattuch 11% NS
Cited were General Tele- Blaw-Knox 2S% 28 Kimberly Clark 65% NS Sinclair Oil 47 47

Korean War GI phone Co., Eastern Division, Sera-Warner 46 46,% Kerr-McGee 36Va 36Va Socony Tl" 11%
1031 Korvette 33 33%
of Lakeland and Virginia "P' I"\f'\ f%,.. .. r ""' -' <' Brunswick 43'43.3a Lear.Siegler 13% 13% S. C. Elee & Gu 56571
Bill Cutoff Less ; Burlington
Chemical Mining '
Carolina Corp., : ( ( Southern 56 V. 56'4
Division of Nichols. ': :' Fr /' .:: ":,: : Burroughs 23 23 Litton Llggett: lode& Myers m 71 79% Sperry Rand 19y' NS
: Cat Tractor 50% Or
Spiegel 30% 30
The awards were presentedat %
Than Year Away Celanew 60 60 Lone Star Gu 233A 231,4
Std Oil Cal 62 62
the close of the three-day %
t Chenetron NS Loral Elec T% 7%
25Y. Std Oat Ltd 83 83
annual Florida Industrial Saf- %
BARTOW-The GI Bill grant ely Conference In Jacksonvilleby Ches Ohio 71V. NS P. Lorrlllard 43I43 Std Oil N. J. 96481%
Madison Fd 20 20lA
ing education and training for Worley Brown chairmanof Chrysler 40% 41 Sunray Oil 32Y. 32%
Korean War veterans Is scheduled the Florida Industrial Commission Cln Gas Elec 25% NS I Magnavox 3931 39% Tenn Gas Ie Trans 2032036
for cutoff on Jan. 31. 1965 Cities Ser 86'Va 117% Marguardt 9% NS Texaco 733. 73r.
of Polk Coun- Coca Cola J17% 118 Martin Marietta 20 20 II
Enlow
Howard H. Other firms getting the safety I Texas Gulf Sui 22 22
C McCrory lOr II
ty Veterans Service Office awards were Mi T Colgate Pal 39% 393's Tidewater 37 37Va
Sperry McKesson 423A 42'Va
Collins Rad 20 20
warned. Tractor 21
Sup %
crowave Electronics Co. of I Merle I14% 1143,4'Minn '' 21V.
The County Service Officer Clearwater; Martin Co., Orlando Columbia Gas 28% 2SVa' Hnwl 132Va 132 Union Bag NS 36\4\
said Korean War veterans who Division; Martin> Co., Com Credit 4031 >40% MMM 6SV. 68% Union Oil 80% 81
of the Con Edison 82% 82% Union Pac 40
plan to take advantage Canaveral Division; Minneap Montg Ward 37% 37% > 4016
bill should make application at olis-Honeywell Regulator Co, Con Foods 48 >47y' Nat Biscuit 58\4\ 58% Union Tank 35% 35% II
the office 190 N. Central Ave. Aeronautical Division I I St. Consumer Pwr >48% >48% Nat Can 14% 14Va United Fin 25i26*
to determine whether or not Petersburg. Cant Can 45% >45 Nat Dairy 69 69 United Fruit 21% 21% II IIV.S. I
they are still eligible.To j-- Cant Oat 65 e51% Inds 1'Va 8%
Sperry Rand Corp., Gainesville Nat Fuel 32% NS
for the service- Lt pta Ctrl Data 91% 92% V.S. Rubber >4814 481%
be eligible Electronic Tube Division Nat Gyp.en >46% 46%
granted training, Enlow said ; lehigh Portland Cement Y Np t yah Com Prd. at 84%.,Nat Tea 15 NS V.S. Steel 5>4'Va 5>4'VaVpjoM

applicants must have been in Co., Bunnell; American Can b Crown Cork 211 28Y.Curtls..Wrlght Nia-Mohawk 51'Va NS 117 57%

active military service between Co., Plymouth J ; Escambla 18V. 111% Okla Gas & Elec 17% NO Vendo 16'Va 18'Va
June 37, 19SO and Jan. 31. 1955. Chemical Corp, Pensacola Den & Rio R R 20% 20% Outboard Marine 16% 16'Va Warner-Lambert 23% 25%
The education bill must be put Plant. De Soto Chem 20% 201,4 Pac G. Elec NS 321,4 W. Air Brake 301,4 30

into use within'three years from The conference was sponsored r Dr Pepper 52V. !l2rl Pan Am Sulphur 23% 23% Westlnghou.e 333. 34iWinn

the date of the veteran's first by the Florida Industrial Dresser Inds 26',4 NS Parke Davis 35% 36% Dixie ;m NOWoolworth
unconditional discharge or release Commission on various DuPont 265 264 Penney, J, C. >45 45Y. NS
from active duty after the phase. of industrial safety Ea.tman Kodac 120Va 119% Pepsi Cola 52 1II'Va Xerox 77\4\ 75Va
latter date. Gamble Skamo 3Or. 31% Pfizer 503/a 51 Zenith Pad 76% 76%

Enlow said eligible veterans MINUTEMAN FIRED Ga Pac 65% 52V. Phlla Elec 34 33%
schools colleges Gen Elec 88% 89 INQUIRY ORDERED
in or
enroll Morrie 70% 70'Va
may VANDENBERG AIR FORCE CRIME MIYINTION WIEK DISCUSSED- ...! FUmiaf. lift, pmid.nt .1 the J..I. .eh.*,. Phlllip
Gen Fads 87 NEW DELHI. India (AP
take on-the-job training 8836 % 47 ) -
_ enrolY, institutional on-farm BASE. Calif. w-The 30th In a CI..fc, ..4 Richard. Miillin, rI."', publicity' tractor .f tttt l.......4 hc....... Club, s. env a Gen In.t 13% 13 Phllpha Phillips Dodge Pet 64 47" 651,4% Prime Minister Nehru's ruling

training or other programs aeries of Minuteman Intercontinental ,....,h..t. .* CrliM .......tIetI Week with Up..tr J...* E. Tel| .. *f the Le.....*.. PiNco D.. Gen Motors 78Va 78% Piper Air 47 NS Congress party has appointed

which combine school and job missiles was fired Tuesday S.-..... The club* rrwf .* the police ..W,.rtm.iir !.* sigh, for a ..IKMIHII .* the week, .*.... Gen Tel & Elec 32% 32% Pit Plate Glass S7je 57% a panel to make a sweeping investigation \

training or select correspondence by the Air Force at' this Mr.1 by the ..c....*. CI.... V....... police' heeds e/ siritiMi I.'. a brief ...tll.* .t Mieir nipMkiliti **. Gen Time 12r. 12% Proctor Gamble 81 81 of alleged\ corrup- .

school courses West Coast missile base. .! ..d Jut).*. (Ledger PIt... by H......) Gen Tire 22% 22% Pub Srv Elee" Gal 77" 78 tlon among key party leaders.School .

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KEY WEST (AP-Tb Judge soon a* their counsel It ready,'" where there was ao precedes
WASHINGTON (AP) The they twanged away on their Every time one of the boys with the Beatles. Among the JapaneseTRENTON before whom 29 Cuban will be the 73-year-old judge ssi L and where" so much was a
Beatles Britain's rock V roll electric guitars to the poundIng shook his shaggy locks the audience Jelly bean were peanuts, comb!* I tried for fishing In Florida water Caro said he was aware of international stake, the slight soft-spoken.|
sensations with the ragmop hair drum of Ringo Starr. shrieked. and apparently anything else NJ. (AP) ANew promised speedy and Judicious Importance of the white haired Judge remarked.
styles rocked the capital's te o- All In all it was deafening. Venders cold cotton candy. that came readily to hand. Jersey firm hu contracted handling of the case New Law Tried
age set who showed their appreciation peanuts and large buttons with After the chow the Beatles to Mil line chin in Jspsn. today. case. I He explained it I I. the tint I
by pelting them with CARD HISTORY the legend, "I love Beatles. helped raffle off price at a The New Jersey Department Monroe County Criminal Court "I have never had one before case of Its kind la the United)
jelly beans. available that masked ban the British veteran States since it come under a
Playing card originated in Also were wigs charity at of Conservation announced today Judge Thomas Cam a RINGER
In their first live American the Orient about a thousand would allow a wearer to give a Embassy. Most of the of a quarter of a century on the EARLY :new Florida law prohibitingalien I
concert-that to the way it was and Introducedinto reasonable Imitation of a Bade prize were Beetle record al that Lenox Inc. of Trenton bench,expressed hope that naming Big Ben. the 13-ton bell that boats from fishing In state I
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billed the four singer ofyeah. years Europe ago during the fourteenth or a shaggy poodle. bums entered Into a contract with the of counsel for the prisoner rings the hour In the Westminster waters. There is no federal law|
yeah" musk drew[ century. They were first 'leU, Babies' Teased Today they return to New Metwa' Trading Company of would not be further delayed. clock tower in London. providing penalties.
squeals and scream Tuesday,printed in Germany toward the While they banged out their York, for concert In Carnegie Japan for exclusive sale and Czechs Seek AttorneyThe named for Sir Benjamin First repercussion from deten I
night from some 8.000 young- the audience tossed Han. In Washington was ton of the Cuban was suspension
end of that century. Ancientpacks hit songs distribution of Lenox dinner and Czech Embassy ,
varied widely in different Jelly beans at the stage. In Britain giftware in Japan. which handle Cuban affairs Halt He was the first Commissioner of water service to the U.S.
I Washington countries and the modern 52- Jelly bean are called Jelly It any of healthy The department said Lenox Is In the United States, was of Works when the first Naval. Base at OuantanamoBay
Dressed In tight gray cults card deck was Invented In babies. In some mysterious way forest 20 year to grow the lumber believed to be the lint American looking for a defense attorney., bell was cast for the clock tow- Cuba by the Fidel Castro |
with black Chesterfield collars,France. they have become identified for a five-room frame house firm to ship china to Japan "The men can be arraigned ai er In Ittf. government.
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II Citizens' Council Advertisement Says Lincoln Was Segregationist 1

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JACKSON, Miss (AP) the would be the separation of the sidered It an attempt to encourage He did not deny the accuracyOf coin is the misuse and apparently .. from time to time In our official ell comes from Its members that. I am not nor ever have
Citizens' Councils of America white and black ," The Citizen. but the Mississippi legislature been In favor of making voters
races racial hatred. the quote but said: "What deliberate torturing of the' publication ."
says Abraham Lincoln was a After the publication a top A reference attributed the Is wrong with unfortunate use truth." Financial support of the coun,provides some funds through the or Jurors same of NegroesThe reference also
segregationist, according to his council official said a sackfulof ,quote to Lincoln at Springfield, of honest quotations from LinEd Schwengel said Lincoln later Sovereignty Commission state quoted the former president as
own words mail reached the national 111, July 17, 1858, according to, took a "more restrained attitude FATHER OF VIOUN .I segregation watchdog. being against intermarriage and
In newspaper advertisements headquarters in' Jackson seeking,"Abraham Lincoln Complete Begley Says toward the problem. Musical authorities are In disagreement The Washington Post, in an saying there was "a physical
throughout the country yesterday -more Information on Lincoln'scivil Works," edited by Nlcolay and "The more he delved into the over who developed: editorial admitted the statements -difference between the white
the eve of Lincoln's birth Hay published by the Century Wife ExpectingLOS problem this advertisementseeks : the first "modern violin," but were made by Lincoln and black races which will ever
day, the Council quoted words rights statements Co, ISM Volume I, Page 273 to exploit in the interestiof I the credit is generally given to but said they were "divorced forbid the two races living together
spoken by him 106 years ago The council said it knew of ; ANGELES (AP-Acade-I .Injustice, the more convincedhe I Andrea Amati who lived in Italyin 'from the context and the cir on terms of social and
no refusals by any newspapers Ad BlastedIn the 16th and founded cumstancei in which they were political equality"
showing him In favor of racial my Award winner Ed Begley,' became of the position that century
separation to carry the ad as of Tuesday, Washington, Rep. Fred 62, and his wife of two months. led to the. Emancipation Proc.a family of famous vio'uttered. -- I
Information But the advertising directorof Schwengel R.Iowa, an experton the former Helen Jordan, 38, announced -tarnation, lin makers The family One reference from the book NOJEWEL
Sought the Oregon Journal and the I the life and views of LinColn Tuesday that they are' Council Executive Louts Hoi. finest craftsman was Nicolo, quoted Lincoln ai saying: "I am The so-called: "agate," u.edln I
Under the heading "Lincoln' Oregonian both In Portland,I called the councils advertisement expecting a baby next fall Its said members had been urg. who made the "Grand Amati," not nor ever have been In favorof the game of marbles, Is actually -
Hopes For The Negroes," the Ore,. said he had rejected the an "ugly unhistorIcal Their marriage Dec. 12 was ing release of "this informatior I owned by Paganinl, and whose bringing about In any way a glass substitute The true I
ad quoted Lincoln as saying: ad because it was "not In the' unscholarly misuse of the the second for her and the third for several years to the genera I pupils Included Antonio Stradi the social and political equalityof agate valued as a aeml-preclou..
What I would most desire public interest" and has con_facts of.history," __for him public. We have reproduced I ii t t start{ and Andrea GuarnerL. the white and black races-stone \is a variety of quartxWD ------"
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I CookingIs k Bake- A Batch ,Of Orange Twists t 1 1By 11



'na, Yi CECILY BROWNSTONE I Orange Frosting Filling..Cut Into degrees) oven about IS minutes
Fun Associated Press Feed Editor 12 1-Inch wide strips; fold each Makes 2 dozen.
Some tweet yeast bread are strip in half so filling Is covered; ORANGE FROSTING FILLING
i, perfect. And here's I recipe for strips will now be 4 inches long 14 cup butter or margarine,
one of them. When we patted Hold each end of strip and twist soft

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AFTER SCHOOL SNACK Currant Sauce were strongly in favor 1-VJ Inches apart on greased Grated rind of 1 orange
This sweet rye bread will de Vi cup water This dough It made with flour cookie sheets Repeat with second Gradually and thoroughly beat -
light the youngsters.Swedish 1 cup (1 Bounce jar) redCurrant .F and white cornmeal just enoughof half of dough Cover twists; the confectioners sugar and
Rye Bread jelly the latter to give Interesting let rise in a warm place until orange rind into the soft butter;
Red Apples Hot Cocoa V} cup lemon juice T 9s texture. The grated orange in double In bulk about 45 min. continue to beat if necessary
Swedish Rye Bread Bring water to a bon In a the filling gives great flavor utes. Bake In a moderate (N5 until fluffy
2 cups milk small saucepan. Add jelly and Although we're Inclined tg
2 tablespoons sugar lemon juice stir until smooth, heat tweet yeast breads after' Buffet H
1 tablespoon salt Bring to a boll again. Remove they have been stored for a few' Satisfying Family

2 tablespoons shortening from heat Chill. Spoon some oi days, we thought these delightful I
1 package active dry yeast sauce over individual molds ol Twists were excellent without Fares Tomato SouffleTOMATO U
2 tablespoons warm watert farina ,pudding. Serve extralauc. that overture. Try them andsee

3 cup light molasses In a aeparite dish. if you don't agree On cool evenings when the SOUFFLE
flour
cups white CHINESE SUPPER
3 i ORANGE TWISTS family wants to huddle com' (Servings)
cups stoned ground rye flour Your own homemade mustard ,
Scald milk; stir In sugar, salt and sharp! I package active dry yeast fortably around a cheery fireplace V4 cup butter or margarine ,t

and shortening. Sprinkle yeas Egg RollsMustard /i cup warm waterI or eat from their laps, V4 cup sifted flour r
on warm water; stir toch..olve1; Pot Mustard cup milk, scalded while watching TV Tomato 2 teaspoons salt
add lukewarm milk '! mixture Beef with Green Peppers 1/3 cup butter or margarine, 1 teaspoon minced onion r-
Is the dish to
Stir In molasses. Add white (flour Steamed Rice melted Souffle exactly Dash of cayenne
end beat well to make a smooth Preserved KumquatsTea yuw' 1/3 cup sugar serve 1 cup milk
dough. Add rye flour. Kneed on Ir% teaspoons salt What makes this one different 2 cups shredded Cheddar
lightly floured board. Place in Mustard Pot Mustard 4 to 4/i cups sifted flour is the blending of tomato cheese

greased bowl, turning to grease 1 2 tablespoons dry mustard I egg and cheese flavors so that the 1 B-ounce) can tomato sauceS
top. Cover and let rise until I tablespoon cider vinegar 1 cup enriched white cornmeal eggs, separatedMelt
souffle takes on a zippy taste
doubled In bulk 1V4 *> 2 I teaspoon sugar Orange Frosting Filling butter In saucepan Add
hours. Punch down and let rile 1 teaspoon salttablespoon more tasty than the usual, milder Flour and seasoning; mix well.
sgaln for about 45 minutes I salad oil Sprinkle yeast over water; stir version. Garnished with a Stir In milk and cook until sauce
Shape into 2 loaves and place In a mustard pot or other to ditsolve. Stir together the pickled peach and served with Is thick and smooth Add cheese
in 2 loaf pans (each ab ut B small container, stir together scalded milk butter, sugar and broccoli and lemon butter this and stir until melted. Remove
by 4 by 3 Inches). Let rise//until the mustard and vinegar until alt; cool to lukewarm. Stir In from heat Add tomato sauce
I of the flour and the makes a one plate meal to be
/ cup egg;
doubled about 1 hour Bake smooth. Add the sugar salt Beat egg yolks until light and
In moderate (375 degrees) oven and oil, stir until! smooth. Cover add dissolved yeast and corn- enjoyed Informally anywhere gradually stir Into cheese ssuce.
meal. Stir In enough additional For dessert? A frozen apple pie,
Beet whites until stiff and
for 10 minutes Continue paklng tightly and refrigerate for several care- t
lour to make loft baked right along with the sour
a dough
at 350 degrees for 35 top mlnutes. days before using to allow fully fold the sauce Into the
Turn out lightly floured fie.
on a
white Pour mixture Into
flavors to blend and develop. _
board or prepared pastry cloth;I If you want to get a head
greased 3-quart casserole and
Lenten Fare Makes Cheese about souffle 4 ,cup.the American DURING WASHINGTON'S birthday month what could be more appropriate than a Cherry knead until satiny, about 10 min. start, prepare the sauce part in bike at 350' F. for 45 to 50 min.
Here's a new version/of cooked utes. Shape dough Into a ball;I the morning. Just follow the
celery. way Salad? It may be served as a dessert for a bridge club treat or as a Lenten luncheon entree place in a greased bowl and turn recipe up to the point of beatIng utes.

Macaroni and Oee I Cheese Souffle whites. Then, be-
to grease top. Cover and let rite egg just
Cooked Celery with i Crusty Rolls in a warm place until double In fore baking, beat the egg whites PREVENT DRIP
Vinaigrette Sauce, Tomato Aspic on Salad Greens bulk about 1 hour. and fold the sauce into them. Milk poured from a small t
Fruit' Beverage Fruit and Cookies Punch down dough; cover; let This way you shorten preparation pitcher will not drip on the
Cooked Celery/With/ Beverage For February Elegance rest 10 minutes Roll half of and get most of the cooking tablecloth if the outer lip of
Vinaigrette jjfuce Cheese Souffle dough into a 12 by 8 inch rectangle dishes cleaned up In advance the pitcher Is greased with but
I IS ribs celery 1cup each butter and flour Spread with half of ter. (
1 Inch boiling w er Vi teaspoon salt ,
1 teaspoon salt, Yt teaspoon white pepper
'' Cayenne pepper to taste
Vinaigrette Sf
Pimiento strip 1 cup milk Serve A Cherry'SaLad

f Nash celery cut each rib 1pound Cheddar cheese
Tban ce 10 .uce- grated medium fine You don't
Into 3 length a mean know?
with boillnicover. .ter and lilt; 3 large eggs, separated It's a saladt I Its a dessert! Combine the pie filling with Whipped cream you
of tartarIn
/4 teaspoon cream
Bring t Iling and boilgently melt it's a Valentine confection, abridge pineapple tidbits, miniature Heat pineapple juice and water -
for 1210 IS minute. or a'1quart saucepan I
until'tender. F.m if nec..ry.Serve the butter over low heat; .stir club treat or a Lenten marshmallows and cherry-fls to boiling; add gelatin .nd

with flnalgrette Sauce.'Slf'alih In the flour, salt, pepper end luncheon enlre'e. Cherry Go vored gelatin whipped to a fluff, stir to dissolve. Cool gelatin

I' witf strips of pimiento. cayenne Add milk all at once., Round Salad Is a versatile fruit. and you have a flavorful, rich II mixture until slightly thickened;

JotI kei 6 efvlngs.v Cook and stir constantly over, It seems appropriate to serve ly-textured mold which la boundto beat until fluffy Fold In cherry -HOW ABSOLUTELY SUPERB
moderately low heat until very I
Mix.f VI toaAher/&rell'W Sauce French thick and boiling. Remove from a cheery cherry creation such be a favorite of everyone pie filling, pineapple tidbits and

with cup oil and heat; add cheese and stir to ss this during Wsshlngton's who tastes It. And. thanks ,to marshmallows Pour Into 2'%

dressingmade vinegar)/! tablespoon chopped melt. Beat egg yolks until thickened birthday month. But would you 20th century convenience ways, quart mold; chill until firm. KEYSTONE MUSHROOMS ARE ? '
ever that In this case the
(Ickle, / teaspoon grated onion and lemon-colored; grsd guess it can be easily and quickly Unmold and garnish with swirl
but stir into' magic Ingredient cherries for sort of
ually vigorously prepared any party
sblespoon chopped
1 par of whipped cream
I. already mixed for in cans
cheese sauce. With clean beater you or just for the family. I
tablespoon green pepper
"ILY SUPPER I beat egg whites with creamof : of pie filling? Try the mold often; It's fun
; InIgerstor tartar until they hold straightstiff to serve elegant-looking foods GIRLS' SURFING TRUNKS
If;'JIhJ ookie dough can be TONE UP IN POOL
ready to bake peak when the preparation Is so easy Girls who just naturally love
rtl ,t Liver with Fold into cheese mixture. Many cities have indoor swimming CHERRY GO-ROUND SALAD .neS' |
anything made for men bet If
con and Onions Turn Into ,ungreased I'/i-quart pools If you feel youwon't .k.1* cup (13%-oz. can) pineapple We you a p. you do not become a
wild surfIng
boys are about male
hed Potatoes souffle dish or round ovenproof, follow an exercising routine ',tidbits, drained
n Peal glass casserole (about 1% Inches at home head for the pool. l ft' cups pineapple juice and water trunks, especially when
es Bowl by 2% inches). Set dish In a Swimming Is an excellent exercise they have flat figures The
after
d TrsyGttter small roasting pan (13 by S by for women of all sges, If 1 '-ounce package cherry-fla girl versions are hip-hung In regular user taking the 100 coupon
Refrigerator Cookies ;3 Inches) with 1 quart hot tap your doctor approves. And, you vored gelatin stretch denim or madras check ,
i GMsjer Refrigerator Cookies water water should come upI trim your legs, thighs and tummy 2 No. 2 cans (2% cups each) string tied and with watch
1 1J4 cups sifted flour Inch. Bake In a moderate by merely doing a scissors cherry pie filling pockets. The really big difference below to and
% teaspoon baking soda (350 degrees) oven 1 hour. Serve I kick while holding the edge of h} cup miniature marshmallows Is that the girl types. have your grocer discoveringthe ::

| 4 teaspoon salt st once. Makes 4 servings, j,the pool. --- ----_. .. -- bras. -I n.
.H4 tell oonl ginger
l!jr cup butter or margarine superiority of Keystone Mushrooms ;
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((4< cup sugar


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beat in eggthoroughly.
butter and sugar;

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tightly and refrigerate vegetables. Enjoy crisp celery, ten. Ir-

firm. Remove bottom Slice of each can der carrots, green peppers, young Wit h h i ITf" r gf Mil aMeme.. lid e.
and push 20 out dough.24 cookies Bake spring onions. ..all kissed subtly a I U I tf I lass ". -" neI'
can into to with I hint of oil and vinegar.,Ill
11 inch on a (325'ded- blended deliciously Into fresh \/U am. I
sheet
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Wednesday LAKELAND Feb. UDISmathers LEDGER Frankfurters FeaturedIn


SaysU. Jb Spanish CasseroleYou Ii y Y


S. Isolation
can almost hear the click 1 tablespoon pure vegetableoil I
Efforts Failed of castanets as you serve this !

WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. r I flavorful new casserole that's a I ((ounce) cane tomato sauce
real budget stretcher. It could-
J4 cup water
A. .
George Smathers D-FIs says
n't be
easier to prepare-you 1 cups cooked rice
United States effort to IsolateCuba
can get it ready at your convenience VJ teaspoon salt
have failed
economically
and just pop It into
He urged that this country take the oven for that last half hour 10 pitted pepper olives, cut .la
lit "other more effective steps" to
before dinner at the end of a half
topple the Castro regime
IIh Smathers in a statement Monday busy day. 1 cup cooked green peas or 1 1
said that this country If your sense of thrift tugs at cup frozen peas thawed
have to drop rettrainta on may Cuban you this time of year Spanish H cup grated Cheddar cheese
exiles and give them "all Casserole la the perfect choice Saute franks and ado In pore M
the aupport and encouragementwe for tonight's dinner. The franks vegetable oil. Add the tomato M r
TiYa make It extra popular with children :sauce and water. Simmer until
can, short of all-out Involvement -
ourselves. i Its easy preparation. wen heated. Add rice salt. t
The Florida senator added thanks to the advantages of canned :'pepper. otiv s and green peas.
tomato sauce which Imparta Turn into 1V4 quart casseroleand :
that "It la a plain fact of life
that our economic embargo of rich goodness to the franks u bake at JSO F. for M min
the bland has been largely Ineffectiveespalally they simmer guarantees Its I utes.
In light of popularity with you, the cook. ,

the fact that some of our free- The forthright flavors of this
9w KEEK 'EM
> GROWINGTo
world allies have been carryingon easy dish are best complimented -
lucrative trade deals with by a mixed green .salad keep your plants growing
Castro and others are now Instituting hard rolls (or frozen tortillas to straight I and to encourage
such trade. be heated at the last moment) them to branch out evenly aU
Sma then said "we have to with a custard or flan and hot around give the clay pot a
give the Cuban people lame coffee for dessert quarter turn In the same direction
hope. We have to show that our SPANISH CASSEROLE every day. Since plants
pledge and determination to see lean toward the greatest
Cuba free once again is worth FIESTA FARE may be had with a Spanish casserole made (Serving I) source of light,they'll look like 5
something-not meaningless and with thrifty franks mingled with steamy rice, cheese and 1 pound franks cut in chunks the leaning tower of Pisa unless
empty." olives This budget stretcher la easy to prepare. 1 onion chopped tuned.
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COOPER Bros. SCHALLER'S SAPP'S
BAKED BACON-Modern version of an ancient favorite. A plea of lean bacon, topped
with a spicy stuffing mixture and baked Is a perfect entree for any ")enu.

Super Market Market Grocery

Antique Recipe For 'G./ mon

930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakotas '

Of Baked Bacon' ModernizedCooking ,

.
o QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES from antique cookbooks i/J teaspoon thyme Make auntxture of the fierh.

In 1658 the recipewas /4 teaspoon cracked pepper seasoned w Huffing parsley and
AlT called "A Gammon of Bacon V4 teaspoon salt raisins (wished In 'warm water .
Baked." Today it Is called H cup raisins (seediest) ), and tkrease seasoning by
: "Baked Bacon" Here, from 2 cups broth In which the bacon adding the cloves marjoram,
the antique section of Margaret was simmered age, thyrnt cracked pepper
Sp''. R U d kI i n'a recently published Wash the bacon in warm Water and salt, I '
C I cookbook, is modern translation the rind quite'
a scrubbing Beat 2 egd together with >/,
of this favorite of our an- well. Put the bacon into a cup cold watA and stir into the
JAr cesters. saucepan and cover with cold crumb mixtuiA Spread over the(
BAKED BACON water. Bring very slowly to the bacon. Add 1 cups broth in
(Serves I) boiling point (this will take at which the bath was cooked.
ArC BACON1S Preheat oven to 330 F. least 1% hours). I and place in a T oderate (Jib'
pound piece of good Irish Skim carefully and simmer F.) oven.
bacon or heavy lean gently until tender or for about Cook. ba.tlng\occasionally
American bacon l/4 hours. for about 49 min es or until
%/3 chopped parsley When cooked remove from
; cup aU the Juice has iaporated.
l'/2 cups herb-seasoned stuffing the water and, with the aid of a
2 egg sharp knife take off the bacon Serve on a hot pXtter, to be
the underside and cut crosswise in thsfriicei. Ac-
clove skin. Score
/4! teaspoon
V4 teaspoon marjoram stretch the bacon out flat in s company with plain 4iled pots.toes .
cabbage and siet
gher
baking dish.
V4 teaspoon sags
kin pickles. \

s II BEEF I I
GOOD-STALL-FED-STEER FRESH GROUND LYKES Canned Gr/j

Full Cut Tender BUDGET' SLICED i I In A 'Salad Rut'? Dishes An


Round Sirloin Try These Recipesmixed

r BEE Easy To Fi:

I' On many occasions the housewife with flour, salt, pepper
BACON or the family cook. gets and paprika and brown while For tasty canned com dltei
79v 79 into a "salad rut" by always stirring. Add the soup mushrooms that are easy to prepare, 7
I using a tossed salad and chestnuts and cook the following recipes.CORN
lb.I Most of the time despite detailed -for 1 minutes. Add sour cream FRITTER
mel 1 planning, the ...I.d'II and heat thoroughly. Serve on
Chuck All Meat an afterthought and Is addedat rice Chinese noodles, or wafflea. 1% cups sifted flour
I L the last minute.So 2 teaspoons baking powder
3 Jean Coe, home economist/ Serve 4.6.BEEF *,i teaspoon salt
ROAST STEW 99c Ibs. has come up with two fruit salads STROGANOFF 1 egg

3 $1 which are designed to gowith 3 tbs lean beef (sirloin tip J cup drained canned corn
practically everything. or loin tip) 1 tablespoon melted fat
Lbs. Both of these fruit salad recipes 3 t. butter 1 cup liquid (either Juice from
49c (SOc should be made weD In adVance I large onion thinly sliced canned corn or milk or the
so that all the flavors 4 T. flour two mixed).
lb. lb. will have time to blend. 1 can condensed consomme: Mix flour, baking powder and \
I Because of the popularity of 1 can condensed tomato soup salt mix Juice from the canned
I Stroganoff In the American 1 '0(11. can mushroom stems'corn or other liquid to be used,
SOUTHERN ROLL LYKES' SUGAR CREEK FRESH PIG FEET home of today she presents and pieces, drained the egg after It has been beaten
I ,two dishes which are tatty witha 1 t. Worcestershire: sauce slightly, and the canned corn.
WIENERS sweet salad 1 cup sour cream Stir the liquid mixture gradually
L. OLEOMARGARINE OR Here are her favorite recipes: H t. paprika Into) the dry ingredient
24 HOUR ICE BOX SALAD Salt and pepper to taste Add melted fat. If the corn n
00 2 cups cherries (halved and Remove the skin and fat from very moist even after the
seeded) the meat. Cut the meat across liquid has been drained fromit,
3 |
12'0%. pica Neck Bones 2 cups diced pineapple the grain in narrow strips 2 more flour may be needed.
[ 2 cups orange sections (cut- Inches long Heat butter in a Fry the corn fritters in deep I,
up) utensil. Add
large heavy meat
fat or, U preferred, in s skilletin ,
2 marshmallows (
II cups quartered and cook stirring with a fork.
shallow fat. Drop the mixture
I
) until browned.
nicely Add
LYKES SOUTHLANDS BAG onIon
by spoonfuls into the fat and
almonds blanched and
/ lb. (
and continue cooking 2

I l 8I: SAUSAGE 2 egg chopped) I'3 the minutes.meat and Sprinkle stir 'well.flour over Add or fry need rather time to slowly.cook The through fritters to
the center before the outside
1/2 Ile 14 cup sugar consomme and soup cook stirring
becomes Dram fritters
1 1 inC % light creamJuice too grown.
.. Oc cup I constantly until sauce
and
ONE absorbent
on
00 of 1 lemon boils and thickens. Add drained paper
1 heavy cream whipped serve hot.
ri roll 3 ib. $1 cup mushrooms and seasonings
lb. Combine cherries pineapple Cover and simmer for I to 14 CORN PUDDINGA
marshmallows, and almond
orange hours, stirring occasionally Stir
PKGS. recipe for 4 servings calls
Beat until light.
I *
egg in sour cream and paprika. Add
for 2'i; cups cream-style corn;
,
add light
gradually sugar additional
salt and
I Chase & Sanborn ,cream and lemon Juice. Mix needed. pepper if 2 eggs, beaten; 1 tablespoon
GOLDEN BAMA FLORIDA thoroughly cook In double boiler Serve over noodles or fluffy melted butter 6r margarine, 'i
INSTANTCOFFEE until smooth and thick, stirring rice. Serves S.Skillet. cup milk; 1 teaspoon sugar; ''i
YELLOW constantly. Remove from teaspoon salt; and a dash of
SALAD CRYSTALS
'I heat, cool fold In the whipped pepper.To .
OR HERSHEY'S (cream. Pour over fruit and DinnerTo prepare, mix corn, egg'
DRESSING mix lightly. Chill 24 hours in fat and milk. Add sugar, sail
:: BANANAS I refrigerator. Can be served u Cheer Up A and pepper. Pour Into a greased
Giant 10-oz. Jar ia dessert topped with a maraschino baking dish and set in a pan of
SUGAR cherry or a* a salad one Winter hot water. Bake at 350 degree
Full Quart crisp lettuce. SupperIt's (medium even) until set S"}
I About 10 serving I to 60 minutes.
FIVE CUP SALAD a cold night a time to Note 1 soft
: egg and 2/3 cup
1 well drained canned have a homey supper by the breadcrumbs used .
cup may be instead
mandarin oranges I .fire. And what could be more.ppropri.te of 2 eggs, if preferred.
29c 22 Ibs.J well drained canned than the moat regional
1
cup
39c' 2c pineapple tidbits or diced' and universal of foods


ii J, Ibs. ;MORE LIMIT WITH I 1 cup cup tows pineapple flaked miniature coconut marshmal- -of in Canned barbecue America's real home-style beans sauce most and combines beans.favorite ground beef and two Ohio Said CigaretteTax Down


r 1 cup sour cream thrifty foods. Beans, themselves,
COLUMBUS Ohio
10 maraschino cherries-halved so long a part of our history Ohio it -
FLORIDA GRADE "A" LARGE have also made fame around has lost a half million dollarsin .
M Combine cup chopped ingredients pecans tossing the world. The jewelers' car.towea I cigarette taxes since the federal

b ,lightly until well mixed. Cover Its origin to the besn. Thebean with report correlating smoking li.
cancer was issued Jan
tf.. and chill In refrigerator at least of the "kuara" plant in the state's treasurer .
four hours.GROUND Africa was so uniform in size I saysState
treasurer John D. Her-
and weight that it
i BEEF STROGANOFF was used asstandard bert reported Monday that collection
for
I sour cre.mI a weighing gold.
cup ; last
f C lb. ground beef (lean) For a winter night's supper I week,,below dropped the same$133.000 period a
I. 2 T. Hour canned beans and ground beef
year ago and were down 220.
;1U t. salt combine with canned apricot 000 a week earlier.
yt t pepper halves for a delicious skillet
; V *. paprika dish. Seasoned with cinnamonand ground beef in barbecue
eI 1 can condensed cream of cloves. Its bound to be asked
sauce
I
chicken for again and
again. Serve
soup Vi canned halves,
cup apricot
1 small can chopped mushrooms .I with thick slices of French drained
C Doz. I bread and coffee gelatin for
U Generous dash cinnamon
C 1 can water packed chestnut dessert Dash ground clovesIn
(sliced) I WINTER NIGHT
1 SKILLET In
saucepan cook celery
% cup chopped onion U cup sliced celery butter until tender. Add remainIng -
; RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES %1 stick butter or margarine 2 tablespoons butter or Ingredients. Heat, stirring
u Cook onion In butter until !
margarine t
now and
then. Makes ) to
C golden, not brown. Add meat 1 can (1 pound) beans ands.servings.n .

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WORRY CLINIC LAKELAND LEDGER. SEND A TVREPAIRMAN
For Divorce From


'Nicky' HiltonSANTA Look Years Ahead Movie Stars'Fraternity RIGHT AwAV /


MONICA (AP-Pat ,

rlcJa McClintock: Hilton 28. all Girl Is AdvisedBy
Oklahoma oil helms, hat sued iiiHE

,for divorce from hotel heir Conrad Has

N. (Nicky) Hilton Jr, 40. George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. MeetingBy
Her suit filed In Superior

Court at Santa Monica, Call, aged It, Is a high' school Russia thought by looting AP BOB THOMAS

said'Hilton had caused her extreme senior the wealth of the Czars in Movle-Televliloa Writer
mental and physical dif "Dr. Crane" she began 1917 and passing It around HOLLYWOOD (AP) It was

fering. "I have been going steady such action would do the most one of those rare warm
evening when the past and the
with the peerIdent good for the most people.
of | But In present merged for a mutual
our so doing she drove
Actor Actress
love-the I tealTtiQ PHANTOM9UOtVNLTfiA HUSHtww.Ruia.THC -
senior class. out the white collar movies. 0PtVILf 4U it 9
engineersand WAIT HERC- 2 MfA03 7t/RN+ ,
t
The occasion
was the annual ,i
"He has been! doctor
Plan and scientist and
MarriageLONDON dinner of Delta Kappa Alpha.
S wonderful I business leaders so she grew
which I II not a rah-rah frat but
W British actor boy and also j t frantic by 1128 and had to the
Peter Sellers. 38. said Tuesday the captain of I bribe American scientists to national of the fraternity for students

hJ will marry blonde Swedish our basketball! let her back on the beam. held cinema. It was
being at the
University of
actress Brltt EUund 21. team. And without the kidnaped Southern
The couple met for the first "But the last I German rocket scientists In California which has
the oldest school of
the
cinema
time In London only 10 days few weeks he I IMS, she'd not yet have the of
any college In America and
dslmanding
has been simplest atom bomb I

ago.Sellers phoned Miss Eklund In more DR. CRANE So think in terms of the perhaps the world.

New York Monday to pop the liberties than I long range goal of life Five Chose

question. Miss_Eklund said yes think are right If Diane give In to her boy Gloria Swanson Adolph Zuk-
"13. I old-fash- friend what
says am happens? or. Jack Lemmon, Charles
DRIVE-IN THEATRES l toned and my parents are.'squam' She "may get Infected with Brackett and Billy Wilder has
for that venereal disease
thinking for there been chosen for
OPEN Ctll-iMOW 7iOOT sex should be reserved for are two very hazardous germ honorary memberships
and that' what madeIt
.nlhfs The Night married people. infections namely syphilis Their friends --weka
a rare evening. THE MIDMI6HT SKULKER WAS THAT pees ITl I
T.WOatT.AM.vl.fSTARTS "So he has threatened to and gonorrhea.
drop me and start dating an- and associate of the long history PR=WUM$ AROOND LAST Nuerir. N01'HIN6. &OIN&Tt CRSAMiZB A
of films had been Invitedto
,TONITEl other girl. For he says all DESPITE ALL our modern share In the occilion.Tod.y' WT DO HB LVN01IN&' PARTY.DOIsfTGOVDU .
In .
the modem girls indulge
drug these Hollywood was represented I IF
,
that diseases can -'
.,. premarital affairs." Is produce sterility, insanity and by such names as Stephen v
Dr. Crane?
true.
tint Drl"-,.. Mowing! many other dire result, so Syrnes Boyd, Diana Omar Baker Sharif Steve Edd '
Is beware!
At 7:00 sad ,..ISWAIJIXSNFtl NO, THAT definitely NOT She also become Forrest Rhonda Fleming Mau

/ true Her!the boy usual friend childish Is employing hasty drop out and may of even school be early.forced pregnant to- reen Dick Van O'Hara Dyke., Robert etc. Stack I I i jj ,

generalization In logic that And ahe'H lose her spunk From the movies' earlier days

schoolers also use or Independent spirit, which came Donald Crisp Madge
grammar _
to coerce parents. is womankind' treated Kennedy Betty Blythe Mae __ .Ya....... seraIle _
charm. West. Jack Oakle. Claire Wind-
For instance, when a childin
.NeMS-.W? TtCHHIOOlOll'At the 5th grade ask his parents The Bible recognized this sor etc.
fact Informality was the plan of
too, for It describes such
||4S Only for a bicycle they usu- a girl as "humbled." director George Cukor. des THEY AVEth' Ate IF THEY 5TLI.I .

WaltDlsneu ally veto the idea, due to So Diane may break her cribed by Stack a* the "housemother" GONE DY f LEYEty
_It danger on the street I I I I n ? ,,
-But ALL the other kids In parents' hearts and suffer all of the fraternity Film I'LL PUT ME I 5TART TALKIN (
those dire multi clips of the honored guest wereshown. "f1
YELLOWSTONE school have just men IdlR4ER5 IN...
my room at k
tioned-for what? A dozen Miss Swanson and Bob ,, APIt3EON3 F
bikes 1" the typical
tUBS comes children more dates In the senior year! Cummings roamed the room to v
reply for quickly
chat on microphones with old -
learn to generalize and use
and
new-timer
TTtowlcOttxte exaggeration to club parents Charge Against
..... into submission. Lloyd Top Her

tfI That's the same hasty generalization Miss UniverseIs "I came to Hollywood In "='

I employed by Pl 1918," aid Miss Swanson "I'l\ 'a

I TONITI AND THURSDAY ant's boy friend. WithdrawnMIAMI bet nobody else la the room can
I Diane is at the same crossroads say that."
Carload Niles
Bargain of many teen-age girls. (AP) -Miss Universe "Why dear I came here In
1-110 COLOR HITS-2 Should she "sell out" like 19-year-old leda Vargas of Br.zU .-. 1912" Harold Lloyd corrected.

Biblical Esau? : was arrested on a shoplifting Claire Windsor reminisced of
At ':00 .*t 10:40 ,
that charge: but the
You will remember complaint was being ituck In the elevator during -
Williem Holde In Esau sold hi* birthright for a withdrawn and the charge was a party at Miss Swanson'

"THE LION"Ah mess of pottage. dropped In municipal court Mon palatial home.

That mean he let his acute day.A Edward O. Robinson commented f .
At t 00 Only stomach appetite at the mo-. lawyer for the Miss Universe ; that he had never appeared The

FAIIAN I I.. ment becloud his brain. pageant said the arrest: with Miss Swanson "1 .t .

"5 WEEKS IN A BALLOON" Many modem girls let their resulted from a misunderstanding was always public enemy No. l

octal appetite do the same. and a language barrier. The''I." he sighed. "They never
order "buy" the petite brunette speaks Por, Stars
iJi1IiiiTONITE In to con only gave me anyone as glamorousas
tinued attention of the social tuguese. you" I

leader in her senior class Bond of $300, posted for MissVargas Gloria closed the evening with

THURSDAY Diane is thus tempted to sure on the charge of stealing: a reflection: "How I wonder v

C-A-R-l-O-A-D N-I-T-E render 124.(2 worth of panties girdles I whit would have happened to Impel
and other clothing was returned I us if Mr. Edison hadn't invented -

7:00 Perttel Ripest MORALITY IS based on after the store withdrew Its complaint that wonderful box. We became iltlntl
mathematics so analyze the saying! It did not wan)I famous because they
At 11.10 Carroll
facts, pro and con. to create an International iced. could put us In tin cans and \ By Righter
ALL PROGRAM
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That which doe the most dent or hurt the Mitt Universepageant t send us around the world. Those
"DIAMOND' HEAD"Ch.rltes good for the most people for ,
were wonderful times, and
H...." of Is Miss Vargas has been living rT
the longest period time, every time I come back to Ho -

'20 ONLY right! with her parent In Miami B.ad.nd lywood I feel a* if I'm home.'.
I But be sure you add that making tour a* Miss Universe I. s Wednesday Feb. 12, INI

"A SUMMER rLACE"Trw ... .. final phrase "for the longest since the won the contest I
"..Hu. ._... GENERAL TENDENCIES Dec. 21)
to stste-
period of time. last summer Nephew Says Attending
Until 4 PM you are able to put ments early and conferringwith

AT THE THEATERS into effect all kinds of Interesting partners I II fine Then
\ 9 DAYS 'TIL 7 DAYS IN MAY"BARGAIN : Paul and
Pope new arrangement lee key people who are Important

.'L.L"'". DKIVI.IN' really to live in the New Age to you. Forget per.

MATINEE *riaee"!' mmt mni Tomorrow.Dltmonii H4 4 .Cumm.r Saved Pius ideas brought to you on the sonal problem and forge
ine-ve THIT birthday of the Great Eman. ahead,
...,l "Wo*. ov.r i>.Min' *
LA S.LNe R/wa IN cipator. After this time and
SOc 'Til 3 P.M. Tedse throu.h hid.r 's..rd t4Ia. CAPRICORN
(Dee 22 to
\ si..s" ana Yo I..tonT Cub,. From HitlerNEW i through tonight considerable
/OLR DIs Jan. 20) Seek to
? TRSATt/t Improve
(M....' thre.*h Friderk Tod.* and '1'.,,_.i "u.n Wim th, confusion exists that require financial your
c d status Instead of letting
ftovrr fltrin i>r to hold
Tads atAT.R"P1111, **"." eN.'.w.....). lid t, YORK (AP) Pope principles you at steady all cost to*. proven strong'willed person lead
41T LAST TIME TODAY ears Paul VI saved Pope Plus XII you In other channels. Avoid
eiivi MOON" eoivi"
Ted., sail '' ; Kl.. vents In from being kidnaped by Adolf ARIES (March 21 to April social affairs. Get Into some
Shewtel 1:00: MO: SItS -TilO '.15 e Ballou } i'TI! ish 1 .' Hitler during World War II. a 19) Make it a point to contact patriotic duty and show you

AOTiORNDALT e.n. .L'H"IT; MNn1fJ R..W !'- nephew of the present Pope NATURALIST AND FRIEND' Nerurallil ...."..* Hell progressives with new Ideas are a fine citizen.AQUARIUS .

AVON /ARK ]/Ilea.; M. '!f- : says. ,.M< with "friene" ., he discusses! his .latest movie, "Audukon't before the 4 o'clock let-down.
"t doris j'jZ poll ., Howl N.Tl ilaARTOW-Ouldo" Giovanni Battlsta Montlnl, Wlld.ri.tn," which he will ,...."t .here Friday sight under' the Sociability brings fine results. Jan 21 to Feb.

/garner/bergen HAINBI.CITT! **!. (Lmmt TMMt Ndn.!Uit.: "Mocnlfl-Mr Bl the nephew told of the IncidentIn euiplcM ., Hi. L.ke ..* ." Audukan Seel..,. The film 'will heihewn Avoid arguing and those who 19) Until you 4 can:00 make in the strides afternoon

t r.r.r r.rl..-.rural ruiner i &.AKI ear l. ****'*'*' "A Olrt II..*.l an article In Look magazine at the Clvle Center Th....., heflnnlnf et g e'clock. are not friendly.TAURUS forward both in outside and
T.mlko"
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olVr, darling" LANT aunu crrr-3urlta.:; '\ -".,. tou "." Vatican as substitute secretary 20) Get out of that dull routine wisely, Take time to dress
arse Mn.. of state. 'Audubon Wilderness'Next and do something constructive -
.-:1: ClNCMMCOrt CICII.OIIIYIIUMIStarts EBKINQ: -PIG,.... 'Sword la th* nicely. Make good impression
Hlooo wean o and.. .'WUtfu Wldo. fro* Telling how the Pope used hi."magnetic In business, world. at once
sPRINO--e.roN p '7T. sod sYet sad gift of persuasion" Be careful to sidestep person
TomorrowFIRST Lota TrtB from Ounhlll' I PISCES (Feb 20 to March
rAucmnU tcriiuni.. i"4. auk"rt&tt&jtssfyis. Montini wrote: ,Film In SeriesLeonard with violent temper In PM. If
20) concentrate
CENTRAL FLORIDA SHOWING! :! .' wita 'Hitler, Increasingly angry at Seek those who are truly com having you a more modem upon approach
roi r the Vatican's opposition to him I patible.
WINTRR .H ra"Ul.a t>olo: "HfTtrBo to duties, it is
Mw Wd ,loco..."_ decided to carry off the Popeto Hall, one of Ameri- Hall Is a recent recipient of GEMINI (May 21 to June wiser than your
dashing out on
an unspecified place In Germany -c.'. most distinguished journalists the Thomas L. Stokes award' 21) You are highly Inspired time
I where he would be unable and naturalist, will present given to the American newspaper the some -wasting amuse
during and do
Wong'sChinese day can ment. Be devoted at home
to effectively continue his a new motion picture "Audu- writer who has made the
A bold much to advance
blushing
your position tonight Help the unfortunate.
f Food pontificate."Informed. bon's Wilderness," here Friday greatest contribution to conservation I In life. Take it
easy
outrageously I of this scheme my night as the second of the Lake and he was named one tonight though. Confer with IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN

,uncle Immediately summoned legion Audubon Society' Nature of the few master conservationists new-found friend Profit from TODAY he, or she will
funny movie... CHINESE NEW YEAR! Baron Ernst von Welzsacker Theater program, I of his home state Missouri ideas but take care allies\ do be one of those wonderfully

TOMORROW, FEB. 13 the German envoy to the Holy The movie will be shown In H* I II the writer of an outdoor not pirate them. gregarious people who love to

Dedicated (Thuradoy) See. the Civic Center Theater beginning column in the St. Louis Post- travel and get Into activities

Serving Chine. StyleSmergatbord. I "Only the two men knew ex- at 8 o'clock. Ticket: Dispatch. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 that can mean a great dealto

-I Dinners actly what was said during the may be purchased at the dooror 1 Hall' latest film completedonly to July 21) Avoid temptationto the general public so be
to the tense and crucial confrontation, obtained I earlier. at Sanborn last year, traces the Journeys spend money rather foolishly sure early you do not curb

6:00: PM.10:00 P.M? but Hitler abandored his planto Camera Center 127 S. Tennessee of John James Audubcn for recreation and find more this fine human trait by being
abduct the pontiff. Ave. down the Ohio and Mississippi efficient way to handle daily too strict. Illness can actually
propositionthat Serving 6 different,
dishes rice, 1 "V gr. Antonio Trivia, then Rivers to the deep south where, duties. Economy and precisIon result from being re
tea or coffee and dewertt uncle's secretary, told me In New Orleans, Audubon com change the whole picture stricted. Give good advice

every ALL YOU CAN EATI my about this dramatic confrontation Churches[( Join pleted the work for hi. "ele for you. Be successful! a fine education and there

.. :. Adults only $2.00 Child $t 2J ." phant folio" of Birds of Americaand LEO A July 22 to Aug. 21) can even be fame in this

girl United FundCampaign earned a permanent place, New opportunities can be chart
Ph. MU 2-C248 for
gets.
rtwrvollon I Chemists believe the Great II one of the nation' greatest your by listening to New Era I

1741 New Tempo Hwy. Salt Lake Is one of the nation's' painter and naturalists.All ides of allies. Family may r INCOME TAX

sooneror (twist U.S. 92) richest potential sources of mag' Effort I proceeds from the showIng not approve but the least Git eerlyl

a latterly nesium. will go to conservation proj- said the better. It I II time to A Big'JI'cS.

Lakeland house of worship I ects of the Lake Region Audu- keep up with this fast-chang i R. G. JENNINGS

\ N 1/* ia ,f"i flies' nil'''. have planned cooperative effort bon Society ing world of ours. Modernize I .n''u"'s./. "o". "MfJ

for this weekend in behalf of the VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) r 11 ..... If fi... T.. ...e..laT'...

NOW SHOWING United Fund campaign Find just the right pieces, ,
. .
Jerard A. Kent U.S. BuildingsSent I r r
CNNtewN campaign gadgets that make your abodeor
OPENS 12.41 i l chairman said that In most instances office more charming Be VISQUEENMIRACLE

United Fund campaign To Quake careful on the road later, U r
irochures would be Inserted in Avoid gossip and confer with

bulletins and similar forma of those who can support your : :
PLASTIC
There /i literature normally distributed,Stricken Skopje cherished plans. I

I+ o-c l A Selo arts ProlalbertsonFonda NoNesf in"This conjunction is a voluntary with service I LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) U FOR CONCRETE ORS -
act wvTh
on SKOPJE. Yugoslavia
I It need not cost much but be
MT t l bag the part of our community quake.stricken population of this sure to show gratitude to those AND THOUSANDS
S
lIoltI..f- houses of worship and Is Indicative Macedonian capital received Of OTHER
who are most helpful to you
whee- of the spirit of cooper Monday 2S3 new prefabricated Get those particular talent of VAPOR BARRIER

tion that characterizes our Unit buildings donated by the U.S. working for you. Be USESI r
your
vtrytknfIt ed Fund campaign" Kent (aid. government and built by U.S. warm vibrant with others!

risked .: 1av,E7wim "The response of these reli- Army unit*. : OXFORDLUMBER :
> lous hal been whole- offered SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
with" thepreper group I The buildings were by
Ro Tay for learted and has not been limit- the late President John F. Ken- 21) Being devoted to home

ed by sect or belief. We want to nedy to President Tito when the and kin is best way to make : :

ICulp.JOMorrow! MBackus1ERNEAO take this opportunity to thank two met In Wsshington In October this a happy and profitableday.
t sfrssger..FBI R11AMS these houses of worship for last year Do whatever is necessaryto : SPECIAL! :

.:.IERSDIEL IIU01Ai -UOK Improve health too. Im-
BOSUY
their part in this program"The
NORh'l""iIAA EVVEHEE1iBEEM'1/: Ptii i&11MUEiflCCOLOR 1rt security-you can accomplish
campaign Is to begin Saturday Charles Sherwood Stratton prove SJa WEST MAIN
afternoon with a parade was the real name of Tom more than you think U PHONE MU 2211Heiress

STARTS FRIDAY "THE VICTORS" through downtown Lakeland. ,Thumb SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to r U . ,



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LOOK AT HE'S HAN6IN6 HIS HEAD M'&ft)(} IIJl.IIT( CATtI4 fo\E I'D SIT UP STRAIGHT. AND

DEAR ABBY. :' J ; l' STUPID PO& W THE WINDOW AW IETTIN6 HIS DOING THAT IF I WA5 WEAR A SEAT BELT t
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Whot't! your problems For ih&T CAR,,, TONGUE FLAP IN TOE BREEZE.. RiDiNG IN A CAR,.

a oorwrol reply, write to -
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DEAR ABBY I am 21 and after three yean of marriage Yes, I do have a passionate love for. my mailman. He OW DID IT TAT
'IS H IK1TERMATIOMAL. ; CROt/A'I JEVJLI'1
am proudly)awaiting the birth of my first child In June. brought my children home when they followed the garbage L 1 re REPUTATION FOR THg :P HAPPEN? N3 MAID I I.

My mother is expecting around the same time. The problem truck down the street and got lost. He pulled a little boy NO ONE BUT Tine BULLDOG VIGILANCE GONE EAU'ENTERER I WAS NO

la Mom. She la 40, unmarried and mad at the world. In her out from the path of an oncoming car right In front of my SERVANTS W>HtNTtRED I TIME.G.j MUST ,+SCARED ,, A l THlSSUITE.r OUST THE. Epp.r

cue there'a no chance of marriage. She gets angry with me house one day. He caught our runaway dog and held him FOSttCK'S' SUITE FOR Wg *TNLKt66pt"OFFII MAID'

when I show any signs of happiness over the baby. I feel until the boys got there with the leash. He'a paid my postagedue HA HOURS.'.' M1EUEVI:9 ; ,

guilty even mentioning It because she's so miserable about mall out of his own pocket when I had no change (I THt r I f? Y ad

her condition. I'm ao happy about mine. Mom hat lived with repaid him.) He has walked through sprinklers to get to my POOR

us since our marriage. She's been self-supporting but will mailbox Sure I love him. Who wouldn't? But a great affairwe CHAP.1/

have to quit work scon. My friends and relatives have givenme would never have. He has four children and I have Seven.

: baby showers, but they treat Mom like an outcast. She Besides, he doein't. have time for it, and neither do I.MRS. .

feels so bitter and left out. I told her she ought to go to a P.

.Home For Unwed Mothers, but she says, at her age, she'd *

feel foolish with all those young girls. What should Mom do? DEAR ABBY: My husband and I disagree on somethingwe +

WORRIED DAUGHTER hope you will settle for ui. When Christmas cards come 1 1ON

trailing in a day or two AFTER Christmas (and some of
DEAR WORRIED: She should go to a Home For Unwed them "airmail" don't think It .
) that the senders
are you proves POOR t4U5BANDPEAUDNG
HER MV
MAID PLACES YOU'RE SO
Mothers. If loves she'll have of p
misery company plenty com didn't Intend send but after HEARTCOIA.DN'TFACE
really to you one, getting one S AGAINST TUB WOMAN'S (, WARM' HIS
pany her own age-and even older. I will send her a list of from you they felt cheap and tried to make up for it? I do. INL; PASSENGER AND INCREASES HER WHO ARE STAND IT? THE TRIP

Homes In her area Immediately on request. She may use her And I think those people should be dropped from our Christ ON THE SLED IS IN OWN BODV TEMPEOATURS 110U? WAS T 00 LONGINd
correct without fear embarrassment. All DANGER OP FREEZING BV MANY DECREES. THIS STOQM-
name or Inquiries
Q
mil card list next year. My husband says that aome peopleare
'are strictly confidential. Good luck just "behind" with their cards and it shouldn't matter

when their cards get there, as long as they do. Well? _

DEAR ABBY: Please tell that mallman'a wife, who is MR. AND MRS.

afraid she'll lose her husband to one of those awful women DEAR MR. AND MRS.t I agree with your husband Btt- _

who comes to the door in her bathrobe, something for me. ter late than to be Ignored. And who counts'PUZZLE __



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3 ALLYOUVt DONE HtRtANOa 7
,WEDU-TV-Channel 3 HAPfY __/ = .,
Newspaper Solution to Yesterday's Puzzle MY WIFtTOO-FOR THAT y- i I
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TAMPA MATTER IT9 JUST THAT *Ht-"J, 1 I
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THIS aYINIHG Carrier y

|:lt-Sunahlno AlmaJO .... Boy S88 SS Bffinnnnnnran
-(..'""'"' Oa.",... : CRYPTOGRAM
7100-GnM awl, Dr.t y By
,:--."... ",......., To Get Medal K N t 1 P Allegra JoyceCAPOFPICK
'00 tyriee an* Laoende
1'10-AT Inv SLEET "IG.ASPIREK
1 00-.,* hewn
,HO-Mytneleiy DAVENPORT La-A carrier FREE-
'.'OO-Industry On Parade boy for the Davenport sCASE Ni 0EVADOM
newspaper RO
I lO.a. -*'len atTOMOR.OW KBABDKC
will receive the President' s S 'H
MORNINOto ; KDICMBAD : OBFD
.. -Pram tha 'aolnnlniII Medal, of Honor for risking 1 his nnrj' E.I OBFD; OBDFDOBFDK.
telve ItS
-Cat a I
.1O..Muaiaal Intarlual* life to save a child from being
o,40-Werl *I aianoa struck by a train. npinn ruin Yesterday'a cryptogram: :
:00-The N.veelsse __: nun .
I
10-....'. And PlaaM Gangling bellringer rang big f 1CTHCfTAT; I I DON'T PUNNIYOUR MCANWFIII.g., MIDSHAe
IOU., t. MutarrilO Emmett R Bowers Jr. a 13- CAL11NO, HIGHWAY PRTROLI I.NOW WHAT
U U".10--'T.II.'."".'....In rlwneTOMOSROW Aetlait year-old carrier boy was on hi. A ANA brass bell. L OCg,OPeATOR, p ;Afs 1TN L'RJCNT-AND' 'roof MISS M G ANY /dTi.f TNANKf, CAL MIWC
APTSHNOON paper route April 27. 1962. when YEGG TAPE steil MISS svo le i a i WOC IUOIa -WHAT00'51 OeaTCN NEC NIAITT
y TAKINS A NAP! CALL MAC eovo PAID NOT TO NALLTHCpM. IEWTIIULfaEoaA
1 u tit_-'Htndaroartan Mualaal Interlude Carneri he saw an 18-month-old boy 2/12/64 SNOW TD THC pAONg 1 WAKEN MFR hi N 7LLTHi1
U 10-Muaiaal Interludelaelema standing on the railroad tracks '41 uNOLLOCKI T :

p.=.jeriaana**f ataanal Bounce and a train bearing down at 75 I at le

/ all-Muawl 0-Prem the Interlude avmninf miles an hour. Professor Lays Bus Line Given _

3 aBI-WIN.'I-Our Paaalnatm af. MianeeI WarM Young Bowers dropped his bicycle I
1 ',.O-Muatoal Interlude rushed to the tracks and Race TrackFranchise
a _",.nt Dealt
Arrest To
e 1'30-In-fleueeparty...w._ SaanlUt. pulled the boy from the pathof WorryBy

3; 0 O.r Newt Clerk the train just as it passed. J

.1pe.who-'s.__....". New..,._1' The hero, now II, will meet Red OfficialsNEW _' -_
11.fRwn.mrOPPOSITE the governor of Iowa and receive TALLAHASSEE (AP) Turf !

NUMBERS his award at a Des Moines HAVEN Conn. (AP- way Lines Inc. of West Palm

Antipodes U the name given Chamber of Commerce Dinner' Prof. Frederick C. Barghoorn Beach had temporary state authority -

1 places opposite each other on The bronze award la given to says his arrest by the Soviet today to carry passengers .

a earth and the word literally those persons who rescue others between four east coast cities -

0 means' "against the foot." ThIi from rail or highway accidents Union as a spy last'year may and a harness track In Brow / 1 WISH 60M6TI/VWS \ Z WHAT THAT Ally IDEA
Georgia I IR and Is Interstate have been the result of Commu- M A
sponsored by
Atlanta.
antipodes of ard County and a dog track I Ir / YOU'D DICASRsa. IP \ DISAGREE, ABOUT I ow 1t7URt3 COIJtp (
'near Perth Australia and, quiteJlterally. 'Commerce Commission. Only nist worry about skepticism Dade I ANY OP MY IDEAS ACS IA SIR/ T + P05616tY ea j

the soles of a mansfeet 73 medals have been given since among Russian intellectualsand County. tousv IP LIKI TO / fey

a standing near Perth face theoles 1903. students.In The State Public Utilities Commission KNOW IT .S 6 r

of a man standing In At granted the temporary
DISTAFF SONGWRITERThe the preface of his new authority
lanta.ppoootrttirr. Monday to provid
words of the song "Amer book. "Soviet Foreign Propa- service from Hallandale Hollywood .

, iinnnnnrjA1 ica, The Beautiful," weree writ. ganda,"' which went on sale today Fort Lauderdale and

RADIO ten by Katharine Lee Bates Barghoorn speculated Deerfield Beach. 1'

TV SERVICE American author and professor about causes of his arrest. He The company already held i r TK : '
& of English literature at Welles- was detained 18 days in prison certificate for service betwee t t

, Jama N. Mover/ln.,.OwnerDay ,. ley College from 1891 until 1925. before protests by the late President -Dada and Broward horse track

Mu'VUua H'te MU SSSTr The poem was set to the musicof Kennedy led to his release -and points in Palm Beach Coon. 1LAKELAND
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.N.'. a PCM.
a hymn by Samuel A. Ward. ty.





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LKOAL ADVIRTISCMKNT I *. AOVS.NTISCMCNT LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, 1$14M
RobDade's NOTICe OF SALS. BUILDING TRADES F.b 12 1

TO WHOM IT MAT CIRCUIT COURT, CLASSIFIED EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT
OONCBHN *
: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' ,
You ar* hereby notified that the 14 IflUUnt C.rpmtsrls| "
POLK COUNTY FLORIDA
,
NewMayorElect following motor vehlolei mi Oh.roJ.t *.- IN I ADVERTISINGRATES .000lNu_ WINDOWS disloinee, 53 Hal, W.ntd, fsmals 54 Help Wa.ta Mate

Oorvalr Monea, atlMnwWntwill Ne. ZTO 0.....' SIPo aiding, poranae.. repair*, alleri .
b* old h-: pubis ml at 10:Mio'clock : Ito. 104 Hone M montha u> par BIronlraoung aIRAR1.CII'uI. '.. CAI OPIRrHIT'' .I.
on lath day of February company, InauredPhene ta orloe. O. .. 0 .. P ? n
1n04. .t Florid A.. LUCAS ) Ink Pt. TtP MU 5.1501. A. tloimerman era! or doU irauruo re-
Lakeland 1 PI*'fOI't;* proowMli of;1 I Plaintiff, Ulnlmiu IS weeds MU p lea*. W.d dllll. kIt : Aged sI-iSo
the HI. will b* applied tint to 'H MI.I..... Casrgl$1.05i .t. net reaulred, p., eeheol iraduat ee
MIAMI BEACH the Na1' LlTCAI. MOM RKrAIRS, pelnlina. roof l.ulnlasd pho ..025405.liRtIrR1'RAZNgL .
(AP) Dade I payment at the eaata oC re ne'"d.at, 0z a a M ln>, block, hOrS work, drlvewarakitchen L.. lul.l.nl .
County tnayorelect Chuck Hall I taking, Marina-: and Ml ot saIdmutor NOTICS Of SUIT Woods Dn Dn Dj Duo cablnete, not We raaaii owiitttxD NORma 40 bur .l PxMte.alee .
veMol and the oust of 11-45. _
and his wife went home lication of nntlo .... pub STATS of FLORIDA 'TO free .Um.t_ MO '.'01 wnsb sos 10. hoes .e. .
early of and then nlleate MO all '0. ear
WILLIAM .
W"
IIBNRT "e. .a
to th* eall.feoUon LUCAS, a u n vii t .
of tho balance geed
today from an election victory due under tho contract with Jmee Whose ResideaMallln. I' Painting. Deo'l"| CAt w."wonted: ..a'0. ."5505.-
LI.u.ca.
party..nd got robbed at gun, K. Tyner covering th* financing of .AddreM are hereby ant notified Unknown.that CLASRinCD SPACB RATES .'AINTUIU 1116102. .ud 0.L WOk ornadwa. $ sad .. lIe. 001 .0 "HI I Psrxvra..cru
Mid a .,. I."
motor .
.hle" he. Nil
too
Any auruluilnlns
for ella per eoliuia laoS nr .II"
point. divorce ha been filed leO TIlts reeapper.
wIll 0.. to M. L.IL P. UJ
Their paId 0 you, and pou Willr.m.ln I you In th* above entitled CLAaumo DISPLAY RAT ni sea Mr Cork. SAM. to S P M.
two .
assailants 21 BsotlnaItOOKINU
liable .
departedwith for any hal. I. and tret M :M per eolumn UubCenlrect dally. 17S CarOb Plorld A 05-
you ar* hereby re ____ take of I.
oar **n
an estimated $20.000 In tra><'L unpaid under aid coo : : A t* servo a copy of your o ; llain.Unel.. IUt DkPENUADLC tmaneblp. WOYN T Livehouaa I. nun,
_
cash and jewelry after locking COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORMet. .. .,. ..Ih.... wltten den-noon Baal ,". .. Me- "U.ma ._. Dollaht LAW for ereaUt end
: WALTER. WANT AD DEADLINI Lumber too :
POKAT10N MANLEY. Oall. COaStS heuaewerk. 140 Per wee MrlernlUu-al la-
the Halls In a closet and apparently 1104 Grand Central Avenue i [* attorney. whoM ad
making good a promise, Tamp. rtorlda Horn 114, Lakeland. Klor- 4M 5dli Wince poWleetlea ALL TTPEa rwMenUel or eenvmenial ... SOT MorBt Howard, lat ".t0 ao4 aoellint frtnte basso A :
oa or before th* 4U day of 0110. detalla *f nellfle-
( tucept StUMtar Pre4i reofa repair repl 1 ie4MeOor n. Wr'i
they would call police later to' A.II'D.. IM4. and before or owl >* .. ear attIc eefere 'a Itoof lea and I.. '_1_ .Son .
rescue the couple. .I. .hereafter to fll* with itO pn. Friday. IM Olive, MO ..M.t, Lakeland' 1.
NOTICE: or SALK Clerk of HIabov.
etvled CLASStyriD DIBPLATII AM HASTen MCTALLUROIOAL ealaetra >
Hall told ,officers he and his TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: :' the wlnlnel of saId mnewer :M a.m. dee before mblh*. 24 riaitar Stvcc* City Employmen _,,"Ia. WIM ...
wife unlocked and entered their You an hereby notified that the wrlttun defeneea. If any. ties tevoept Sunder' PePsi n.nce a plant eeretloa *-
fallowing motor veblolet you f.U..to do as. decree .... PL 1LJNO. PArtOINO. nn Only H Week's Fee
mi OMC pm nut .be to our efllee prtay > .ob led Season
apartment and "I sensed something Tractor Serial No, DM.B11I4J will b* entered agnlnat .eeler II CO aoeaXAH ola.AI.r.Uon. .d "dll.n. A lot. ..r ._..
will be Bold .,. ... the relief demanded P.Lh.I. of Te. .
behind me. at publlo at Inin In the ads MUM .b* In lbs Led_ *xeeutlve Secretary DOwel. I.OI. .
'. clock on the till day of taint, I el floe ....... 11-00 .... all&o M Doctor RenepuonutAweanu Murphy ATT I ? M.Howion .
Twe Mea February, 1MI at Truck Town,: (*,* my kant and official sedan lee puklleaUca la Mea Hecelvebie Parreleeretarr .&S ns 07*." w.
"I turned around and there Lakeland. Florida. lbs proooadiof of office at Bartow, Polk dine paper.The 1 BUSINESS'SERVIC CPA cineriene Po.I.*.
tho aal. WIU b* applied to the : ., Florida, thIs Hat day of Bank BookkeeperTUPIM
were two men. One wore a sort payment of th. seat of retakingetorlng : X !>. 1M4.r Lenier win Bot be eonSOeasIbIe 87 Acc."tlnl. .k".plnlINO APPLY MOW
for care thaa *a*
C, yellow cheesecloth: mask and and aal of paid motor v*.I .) laeerreet IneerUeo, I TAX-eooklleeiiliii. Tout Curt.U.1 tntxMrleneed or aatperleatosIMUVBRA
> Motel
Nola H.
and the SLOAN. JR.Clerk
neat .1
the other had a white one. They of nolle of pal. and then pubUcatloa to thiletUfaotlon nroult 'Court TH! LAKELAND UDGER 1. or Devi my end fflee.evenlati. Ne ssIes.Jssrsa till TRCCKMaM
both had of tho balance due Ryi IHJROTHT BUNN Reels lot Arcade. Sulldln Make nor poar-uewnnd -.
They about tin .
guns. were (A TELEPHONE ,IS C m acevrale eervlceJemee with
r.t kudnew
in POOr IWO
25 to 30 years of age I would den Brtader th,* Rt.contract 4, JOur with 4l>i, Lakelandrlorlda Mary t::1 l'.pul7 Clerk MU I iMt e..114 S*auo. lie gwananot, telling 01...... Trallere .a4 I

Judge. said covering the financing of' 1 61151ANNOUNCEMENTS, Iswsmswsrs 1 Sonrlcs ACCOUNT ADJUSTORWoman oedi 4upMled o 50515555 by MayflcwerAie rbyalealMiut
motor vehicle. I
Any ourpluewill I J
"One said 'Good evening. Mr. ho paid tIll CIRCUIT COURT OP ewn or be IbIs t* llaaneeIW
willremain
t10:0I.t.; : TSNTH JUDICIAL CIR ON .11 .. lnnoenn- 23 to 38 for Dlewl-IMt Oee MMC
I liable .
o
mayor. thought at first it was remalnlng OP THB STATS Of II'AII 1011.00 P. age truci.WrIUI.

some kind of Joke." wao unpaid under eatS con IN AND 1'0" 1I0ioK .*repair. Flerlla( ,telephone collection work. Dick Prw"lrtrim

Hall said he changed his mind ASSOCIATES MSCOUNTBy lot ."Norl .Type 40 wpm. No experience BuaehlD alvenAddreeei
\ <'RA'rrt.N Ch.IMI.P N*. ._..,... 4 tnt snd fvmt 11. .O. mot M

when the' intruders covered the By B. II. rINn.BEUOm.Cull, SAVING HANK, Mats. "nIltl". -we train, .0.rorlaa.AM .

Halls with pistols and told themto Mel ... Jersey Banking Corpo I LOs.1,0.55 la PAIR b.....preeoiuiUo eaee **4 a eec In.lae.s ,J MAIR RIOVATU J NO OUTSIDE WORK

remain calm and lie down 0444.401 Jackson St, Tampa, Fli: Plaintiff. poMh M tmiUiiat **ip- LAKELAND
on ..:. pine Center. Pbea M_Ueav !::.. l ": : 0.DWW City EmploymentAll
the kitchen floor. :
meMaxePOtlNUi .
DANTKt.!: DAVIS and !49 .
The Halls complied with therubbers' NOTICS or SALt: !: DAvid hi* wife, MITER .... Pbon MUMulberry. hlp.WON'UIRY FIVE DAY WEEK Jobs Week' Pee'OffIce
TO WHOM II1 MAT CONCERN. lInfnndanL 5 '-'31. 1li, W.'d Only U a
orders to hand over You are hereby notified that the : NOTICE OP SUIT .'.. .1 In..1 ., ..'II Starting salary $223 to $23 .
i6iint .
their Jewelry and pocket funds. foilowins motor v.11.1: Jill TrailmobS. : : :-Itla'l UP FLORIDA) ear lee 8&AOI.II.ad."I_Idnolile.... 25,55 sad .eelne. .. .1.PalPhonn during training monthlybonus. I Manwer Managernation Traineentlon
Slit 54)0?
Then HaU was ordered to unlock I'lL, ModM Cilol harlelNo. : DAIOIFI. DAVIS. HA *.>M.. Phone for! attentlant
... and KATHBR1NB: DAVIS 686-1
UUT', wW OOIei at puhllioats Mane er Trainee*
the safe, which the men apparently at 10 ...... o'clock un the llthday bin wife, S trtsnol NelkMCTHHUHAN EMPLOYMENT .ppolntent. Dtexwuher
had tried for some timeto of February, lOot M Truck are hereby notified that I W.ll Driller.
Town Lakeland, Florida. The I ha been filed egalnat you AU?. 1a.Ioo used meld, sacs and SI HII" WanttJ, fsmals Rooter .,
open. 1 proceed of tho sale will b* applied each of you. by HARMONIA .awUI1. ....... DIll MV 54300in ac.eeh Malal.M
"I couldn't remember 'the, to th. payment of the coal BAN a New Jereey etlooM Collie.-........* wArniLalia W A NTD ins It 0. $ NEED MONEY $ 50105201 A' :
.
of ..\&Itln..Orln.. and eal.* ofaald Corporation, In ton 3': '8 Wed M.o.lat Soulesrd .
combination because I was so motor vehicle euid th. of entitled oui and that TItADINO STAMPS enchanted enbeunht. .r.S6
; oust you YOUNG ten Pleasant work and hours
Allan In 25.4 LIsts Oi
... LDY .t
Hall said. -Jackie publication' ot notice of aal and : required to (II. your hop week .
nervous. 0514061 .
then to th* aat.action of thebalance .. with the Clerk 0' thIn ApJ 103 to suit your household S.I"I.I
(Mrs. Hall) couldn't. remember due tinder the aentractwith. and to neon* a eopy thereof 1101155MG hero aAUMkADt W ANI far betterdreee schedule representing
either. Mary J. Header at. I, lIon the I-lalntUf er plaintiff i. .pen. apodal attention alvea .ehe Ia' eelllni "ALMAH WAN lo ho_.
it t I lit, **. _d, rlorlda covering 1 who. nam and ad songs ef **ok petlenl. MDCLCAHAMCS drum perUwear, BxeelleotopporMnltv. AVON. "', .05 00.1._

"We're just as nervousyou .1 the financing of said molar vehicle. : : : 1.1 ALBERT O WKRLy, 1.12113. Mer.Permanent, 1IO Bent Mainof noeltBdwerea plus osmoaSr ... otl.

are' one of the robbers ,..' Any surplus will b* paidto at Law .<41 Centra. : SALS e. Dear Palfea Call 632-4137 ..u. .ruo .'. d. .
you, and you win remain liable ., BL P.I..b..i Florida, :toil North nerld"\ ._.*. h..li. oOI. D. .
marked. for any balance remainingunpaid : I : ; .. than hso. abrlci., oetleaa redieed 50 to "'. or W. Dl.I .
under & tall to do eo, Dearee Pro Write P.O. Box 13U .
saId contRoLA0000LITION be
"Finally Jackie remembered DISCOUNTCORPORATION ::) ; ... will b. entered agalna OAts CaRNaXJIB graduatee. loineast ..NI In.I .tl
LekelaBd ebapter for fun RELIEVE[ [ Lakeland La
the combination was on a slip : the relief demanded la the tnt telluwihlp. loon re ldereloonw. .. and aumundln I.
Jt, a. H. PINKBBINXR lalnt. be boO ". earning
of paper In the bedroom. While .. Call U74 et .** .1. .
Coll. Mgr. nelnre of aald cult being for from I 11.010 pei
sues or Wills r.o. Boa nu.
one gunman escorted her thereto 1.G.01 Jackxm 8t, Tampa, Via. ... .* .f mortgage recorded Lea elan*. mnoth .appolnoorno' 011.12'sSB
'" Record Book 471, peg.
It the other said to
get me. UP Ovver aesop, loltaiit
Mooord of Polk Coun Winttd
Congratulations Mr. Mayor. : I rld, covering- = ..... M-07I Dr*. TE[ Wet

You know. I voted for lIonel TO CMIDITONSTHK I. Block I, BDOBWOOD _rlae .bedipreadi, ails eevere YOUR FAMilY'SStCURIT TIkACTilt P0hz cinted M....
you. IN COUNTY eUDOt'S !. Unit No. 1, Lakeland. uttrlan .urll. awwe 0. Inn and Mon stslo.eet..
Hall said the gunmen then ordered COURT IN AND PON POLK accordIng to plat loaa. htlMa.. .<. 0:110k 11.. t.Iron It.,
the Halls Into closet COUNTY. FLORIDA reoorded la Plal Book rede .opl...trm. mItes.. L Co '. ..
a ..a
.
IN RIO KBTATM OfTATLANA pag I. Publla Record of had. .0 -
promising that after leaving the! UHEBB.NSTCmKOFH'Deoeaaed. County, Florida together old.AU IIVRCK .. (Ian. PRESSURE[ ALTRINO., aevini rirrrns ell bInd replaced,. Mr*..
would the following dearrlbed m.n" .par Call MO4U r..L.4' Kortolk Clrole .
apartment they telephone .
To All Creditor and Pareoni hvIng of property which are I '
police to come to the Halls' res Claim or Demand Again .." In and permanently in. OPALS. In BIAUI 10. 1. 10"o.n. courIer WAOIID4O...PAlnNO. ,551101.5.mnoo.nabln 0lorI00.,
robber chair aId Eutotu I ; e* a part of the Im. Muta Oardea plain. eh era- .
One placed a NO
prlcM.
cue. ,
Too and slob 01 .re bun.by .. ..m..n. eatS landt Drl. .1.3 a
pon on no* sad eon, Oil ehampoend a tight budget through 7'oroans,
is of
for Mrs. Hall and even placeda notified to file In duplicate all .. Bulll-ln Rants Ink (11. II to 3a.I. .
cushion from the terrace on .nlatm. and demand whl,'h p.oase.in.t PI>H) end Oven OLB-17) P5.05.551. 05 e.Ha.o, PSnaOtsl.eno4. Cu.lie ads. To sellthings your own. For ouutand WOULD LIES .acooat.r ..k.
have lbs slIMs of TatlanaUrebonatchlkorr Heater (Perfection OWSI) i'0O4 Ul .nd pallItlol. _a.1 a I2574.
deoeaaed. In the t Fxhauat Fan (No I4>) on 0 you're through log bome buys see to .

it.They closed the closet door on offlc of lUoliard A. Broneon, I gaL ..tom.tlo Hot Water 7 'renlperltll.WAN1lU with dial to day's "Homes For Sale' WB DO UMter *
County Judge, at hIs offlo in tP.a I M 115 mowlni, l o"s",*
the Halls, pushed the safe Court Ii... at Bartow Florida, ; my Pass and th. soIl WOYN alinot t. N.e place an listings. rill dirt \a .

against It and left. Hall had the within ... calendar month from, ("Ollr.t Bartow Polk 1.. e.. a eneisese ..n.. .
February II. n.., which I* the : Florida,lBt.I.I. ITtb day of tW, CARPENTOJI n.e..
in minute two OINIL
or .
door open a date of tint publication ot : A.I I repair, roofing,
Detectives -this anOInt ICaoh claim or demand D. H. SLOAN, JR., let, Ion al
and telephoned police. lions. N.
moot b. In writing, mu.t state the Clerk of th* Circuit Court ,.a lo..
were at the scene when police -place of realdano and poet offIce Kv PAIL> H. VAUOIIN Ilmp. .n-n
another milieu ef the claimant rnuet. be ( .. i ixputy Clark A rllll CLAlMa adlunoon do--
headquarters got When You Need
sworn to and must b* filed a.afoneM.ld .1. .1.1 so ielnoStlnoln? 5.
call from someone who said "I'd er 01.. am* will beoomi'old Ilu. PI Cunt .vlel*.
.. sad
.ll.t b.al .
at the
like to robbery
report a /., ALTCB BATCHELnr.R, I u.It.'T THE CIRCUIT COURT OP le.ch,00lnd. 000-1150.
home of Mayor Hair and hung Admlniatratrlx.TJM4. TENTH JUDICIAL CIM WILls ttncr elderly peepie la mtime
OF TOSS STATS" Ol MU 1-0004
up. IN AND '
POLK
FOR
Hall a travel agency operator : : HTUUENT beoakeenlni MALI d.1. pert.ime Call.
NOTICE OP SALK SERVICEUSE
Chancery N.. OMM II-M BUSINESS
University 5420WIlliS
and former Northwestern I u-loai Benow between
f Notice I. hereby given that pur' :wOO\> RAVlNdB HANK, ; ;
language Instructor defeated elliot t* th* find decree of tone.closure York banking Corpora. .
and aal. entered In the LADY dtL'1 hou" .
Winston Wynne Tuesday cauae pending In th* Circuit CourtIn Plaintiff, Ins .r .work. Mi 1.II.UVI 1
73,779 to 58,003 In an election for and for &''' County Florida WORSt .

the first mayor of Dade County. cans docket number .21".11.111. ,: a. KTREBTk/ THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE I I. .11.".. _.
th* ndrlgnd Clerk wIll cell : COLa BTRlCKT, Hoehnr U
I the pmporty altuaud in .....01CIMntl' I OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER = l; -
al.UefenAiint ;
described ant :; :: : *. 1 .a_. .U. on
lot I, Block "A" Commero NOTICS OP SUIT CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS 5'
War Vet
would
eOl.OltxD 010.1. d.
park. Bartow, Florida' aooord- UTATB OP PTXiUIPAt nero. 04104. 11. ,
log. to th* plat thereof recorded IVlA.ia IX>V1RD STREET, C.I "
In Plat Book It, Pag* lf, pub. a/k/a LOL.UU LOUISE AccsuntanlBeokknotngAsts WAN cSNIN wink sod "4 4a4
; lie reoorda of Polk County, ALLEN, and any unknownliouaefe furnitr .LI. noh.
. PopulationUp 1o.1..leI.. ) heir, grantee, TAX boetknnplno 1111100.5 ansI foecitor. wi.MoDes' ,... .1.. Io J" email. .
Together with all atructurea and I aaalgn***, llenore, creditor, 5,5001. ilStOmliOIS. renorlo Ad.: Palur Plo.. ill-
uproveniente now and hereafter tru....., or other claimant Slants. SeokksnjeInl neitiseau. 111.
In Polk on aald land and th* renta, I*.. *, by, throuph, under 01 ba-not. Va Poll ...: Limp Ripalrtirte VII LEDGER
aura. and profit of tho above d* galnet LOLUW IAJUWFBTRKKT. .a., l"""
.:rlbd property provided how- a/k/a WWII: 'LMP8, REPLACEU2.NT skid.
BARTOW-The veteran -.r..r. that the MortgagtMehall b* l tlTTMHl AIJ.ITM and ADS
population o Ash I.palnOKIII LoIP .par. Ip..I.18'udI0.
CIAS"ED
entitled to collect and retain Oh.mild notified that .
In Polk County now totals ..n.., laeuae, and profIts tin u.e ::fh"l. agalnnt you* OIAZOTIs/OR en...: n... MI a.o.a.ul.. o.la. .

28921. or 1.203 more than at the til default fcereunder); and all fixlure. .<.h of you, by RILItlIG:WOOD u. croonS' radIate?.: 'Moving SIorseALL.LKlh *
.
h..ft.tach..d
end of 1962. now or BANK a New York tenet,. 'aaIL. M. FNANCIAL
to used In connection with the rP.I.
or
Corporation In tOo above Beat little VAN Labs icr b.L a..
These were figures containedIn premlaei herein described and In. eauaei and that you are shop In town 10 reere LakelandOeoilera Inn cervloe "o.ao Warehel's Bvilntts
addition thereto the following do.crlbed : required to file your An. 1301 FloridaIII94A07 S 6 Oplr"ltl"tHOC.
a report presented to county .oL T.ad. A.,1 lU
houeerold appliance, whichare with th* Clerk of thin Court ... .
.1
commissioners yesterday by and. hall be deemed of tho to he,, eorv a eopy thereof upon. I C 8 A D 'a OrganiHanoi"Hiaheet ".rt...IUIINJ. .aod.. 1"01'
really '
Howard Enslow. Polk County fixture and a part or Plaintiff. At ...- I I Bllw' IS1T Memorial L..
and are a portion of th. eeourity whose name and addree le: a.lo. repo. fTEPlA4Od r.t.r. .
lid o.lns.cenks.
Service Office for the Veterans for the Indebtednee herein menLlnnedi : C. WKRL.T Attorney at 3O (M03MM .. sad etabimr .101.

M41 Central Avenue, HL Pe ... u'I' gXCKLLKNT BURINCM .
Administration. liable 1042 Mutarina _
r>uo mire 42KM HTIT .p... Florida, not later than la CURR ...'.. I" the stoat .1"311. lunliv Sewing knonledie "
According to Enslow the number heater 1'ryne '" kluKn ... S, 1144 tee .11I' oon.c I. eoor U..I Tul hub net a.o_. ,. Jo foPo.tIDle.
.. to Oeerae aervlee Center. Picture Frames Roe.abl.m,
haunt fan.
In the Is fall to do ao, Deere Pro .atl
of veterans county
at public eale, to the hlgheat and *.. will 0.oten.da5alnst >11IL IllS north Florida A cents, far 0524035,
3.78 per cent of the state total. boot bidder for canh at II o'rliN lbs relief demanded In the repalre. T. lateet In eleotrenlo PICTURa FP.At.tL1Oleollh1lfe.nSI "AND 111155502 5 .
and .Idl"... Custom end MOT" .I .
delernlnlnith
: equipment sand In
Commission Chairman: WllmerMcCutcheon noon on the I4ih day of FebruaryIV64. I. 8h. oodrasm ...
made. Art Shop. .
Front Door of the eiael trouble Ton lieS reeelv wade dalnee.
tho
at of pIn. 4 room heuea lIon bait
nature laid nuN being for el*.P.
1-1304
MU
commented "We Courlhouee In Bar gH Ones lot' Orleana COrset
folk County ... of .. eoosrncorded .to.I'. \D' seated la A"urdl.. ISO'rente

sometime forget the magnitudeof tow, riorlda.H. IlLOAN. JR. .,, Reoorde Record Book of Polk lOC Coun..... eel but, gyaraaleed we werk.SIll Cell.-Sn.3201 Plumbing Rpllr '1.0' .D** oa aaker. 01.., A.. and

veteran operations in the (Seal) Clerk of tho Circuit Court d, ooverlngi S 'nr .n .p"'nlm.' P I A L PLUUflhi0.L'C.ro... Moreee Court. Ineerne 10.pmonth .

county." By VIVIAN A. FURV1H.IMPuty 14, Replat. of a portion of Aits Csvsrisliding .epalra. Par er night Work luir- plue IlvInenu. Pull
Clerk Sat Pha *I-K or I1T.looi IU.304 bal.
KSTATEH Lake oa1e. .
"
Both McCutcheon and Enslow Beardall, Orldley and t. wl I' Florida according to ,. o..e. Xe II O ...
pointed out that the compensation -Attorneys for Plaintiff ."" ,, recorded In Plat Rook plat LD I AUTO I'c csr.,'.c.130lno II L. Iteelly, loll
I"tlo Plumbing Kelt Main,
1-.1. MU
North Court COvetPool Suppll phoii o-IUli
8V
pane 4*. Public Record of ? '
to Polk County veterans & nIshtI. Auburndale WO
paid Office Box: lilt County, Florid. I1.jf. 11011015 0.lIone.sit 'ol.
contributes to the county' Orlando Florida my hand and th* aeal piuntpln* and IilUla..UaPII.Pr. i 1.00(1 U'IAOLZIHXD ksalnouu.it.llrlen. .
U-470. Court, at Bartow Polk ". Prsn., m.nq ..k.
overall economy. 1', Florida' 4hl* STtte day of CONUTltUCTIOM tl ".tl. pi.eut end thread Id.1 In? 0005:0.: WrIte r.

Enslow stated that total pensions IN THE CIRCUIT Cou1OP I 4.D" 144. oU OIHIRAI..dLo.el .I.I.t.t. B.ne-aql4,: t* LekelendPrinting. ei9-D4ll, L.k..d, (sO.ic.

and compensations paid to THB TSNTH JUDICIAL CI"' I H BLOAV.'I"ull JR.. KUMBLB OIL ana; Heflnlng Cumtttttt -
CUlT. IN AND FOR POLK Clerk of the ( court Pr. aiedera paaeliniBoeflnt b sun-s llbli for i.s.asdlut.oeeonsoeg .
veterans and their dependents COUNTY, FLORIDA Hy PAUL H. VAU'IHN nd aldln. Pr.. MtlBieue en eicellent sidle*

during 1963 were (6,070,558. I IN CHANCIRV NO. a7*.|1.$*4OLNKY Heal) Ijepuly Clerk S&.. ..m.nl. Call S5. FOR AL eon. selidlus .:.sds stSUen on B. Pleiid Atreai and
Kt.Dh.RALi: RAVINGS I 3*>o. Pine "a. tend eontraeior -ell '. Ooamerelal Pr e.Letterheeda Wed Palmetto SlesnI-floasolng
Enslow listed the breakdownof AND LOAN AssOCiATION a 0)E Lleenaed .nl bended iltIloerIskiOn.Redletor retail Mtaeol U-auloe end luer.anteed .

veterans as 3.501 World War United State* *orportlon.Plaintiff. : .... CIIICUIT COUIIT OP CAKP&NTlR BLOCK, sad brlok .Inr uu.III'Income operator*.I.6le further for

I veterans. 18,122 World War II _*._ TINTH JUDICIAL CIR' ..o'k. .. toRte.room.. leneral 5.15)10- Strvlcs .0..1 Humble' Itepreae
P. IU .
Of TIlt STATS OF tlv* Brtwler or B. A.
5,062 Korean veterans .
veterans JOIC RLAWSItA and HALJJB ANY roelloice.ernle
TYI Conpelans is Tone
and 242 veterans of other serv K. LAWHHA UNANCtl, hi* wife COU-, andRFUAULJU ".IH AND "OR IIOLK 0 CsrpttlngPhene ,Pd'te.nlnn,'. Rdl.l.roorl"'Inl..lldl. I... a'J-.J. T.m"dllr. .

ice. PANT a Florida corporal Ion.IM.fendn laIRs 'y No. 6245442.25 &U&RT .aU.lo-.efl OROCKHY Lull ""Do. Lekrlan
... 1 ( ) 8AV1NU8 BANK Icinitr Oroeeed .ooo laMi
..
MOCOAOt FOoaCt.oauntNotice .. Tenet banking Corpora IloUoa. MU' rltu. RADIATOR LAK'Bererlng, .. and still irawiti wrl.
,
f buildln ? aaoa austIn
II. son M-831. Lo .
ef Clerk'i Sole .lad L.
ricrld. 10 year In
Exchange Club NOTII IS lll-.Kh.UT: OrVENha .__ Plaintiff.. CoiKrtteirbe. Reanenable. Moit IIobl.Lk.I.4.. a COIN .ua.'I.4 w. iirlere
Prd.
under and in panuance of : C. STR.JlI''I'ko 'Prnrot.tc. III 102.4)107 a.U.n' Iau bonN
hat certain Final Decree of Foreclneuro LlC&ilI&Li (.O14t.it&ll K.750 Keel.RBHTAURANT .
Members Tour mad. and rendered en theitt' COLIC STREET: et 0) 1". D. .. tlonr5. .ul0'. Swimming Potltchemirala .r, one-tIm. .
day of February, A.L patlea and
'J.'d'vJIlIOn. Defendant I.. CLAIt1O. r..1.. POH rent
POOL P
0,10cm 555.5415Lalsed
and by th* Honorable J. NOTICE OF SUIT I MorI. 5 d. auppllia. ...Iop. C.I MU77>.
J L' ot tIc Circuit Court In N
u<
STATR OP FLOK1DA 'oulpmoct. WSIf 704
Police StationExchange and for Polk Count Florida In : unknown ), :helragrantee. 1",.. 1. M.II.MU
Chancery being Caae Numlwn61373stWI l epoueea : Pisces 1
*, aaalgneea. lelnoracreditor
,.
and a certain can Upholstering
.. *, trueteee. or other MuibAL Ccmvanr InoLewett WANTE
and Junior Exchange pending In saId Court wherein 01.REV IENCI
claimant, by, through, under dew parmeatguaranteed aAcl-r VnllUO.llThkltfiiO ue.o.lee. .
FEPrJtAt HAVLNUK AND
: Club members were A8UOC1AT1OV, t'nlted : : or agalnet th* realproperty W. wont be undereold SlIp. r.eru nod ..
IXJAN a dr-
which Ia the sub. Lakelud laduatrr, MO J- .neobl.. P'rei ..Um. .
discussion of T
I. th Plaintiff,
treated dinner Htatee corporation ,
tq Jact matter of trl* eult P. I .nd dsllenn.. .
4111 ..tlm.
.
L>WBHA and HALJH t
and JOHN R. -
and .
Week who not
Crime Prevention a : K LAWI'HA. hi. wife, and ar known to PC +1a Holn..n..h "a LICENSE

tour of the Lakeland Police Department :IJABLJfl FINANCH COM PAN Y., dead a re hereby or aliv notified that i Incemt Tax V.nltlal Blind
a Florida corporation are th* t* ha.
last night. been filed anlnt
t..nd."b. I. IX H HUMN JR.. of RlDUKWOon: ynu TAX VUU"CALJI AN U hrleoolslsmnnofu.tund. lovable, Polk County
by
of Lakeland's celebration you INCOM .l.on.d.
As part III Clunk of tho CircuIt Court forLI ..Iro
BAAK. a .New York Advise best
... Package. cash
Tenth Judicial Circuit of the .rlal.ho. ..ulmob.I .
for National Crime Prevention Corporation, In th* above .
"11
the Slats of Florida, ahall offer for oaueol 'and that you ar* enS .ln. .I..LI. price Reply to
by USeR Block Co.
Week. sponsored .ale and sell to th* hlcheet and required In file your An.

Exchange Club members of the beet bidder for noah at public out. with the Clerk of tOn Court ITiekdan S A t P M
Polk County Courthouse I t Box F-225
the
cry at erve. a copy thereof upon USE LEDGER
two exchange clubs met at the at barony, Florida, on the .. Plaintiff' At..... e.r .It.
14U- day of February A.IX lend, 106 West Walnut St. ADS
Lakeland Police Department. ** n.m. and .eld.... ID: CLSiIED c/o Lakeland Ledger
Dinner for the club members *t 11:04 a.m. the following dawrlbed C. WERL.T Attorney at Phone 686-1958
property deacrtbed la said .
,
4141 Central Avenue BL P.
guests and members of the FInal Deere of oreeloeure, ."...- .... Florida, not later than 11 .*' two eoaroom h( ..
and being In Polk CountyFlorida .
Lakeland Police Department. ate. lying I, Ilin4 ) moll odsnweastsueontand
and more particularly Rvietaurant delntlioo
0" fall to do eo, Decree Pro lulp..ar
was followed by a discussion of d..rlbfocl. as follow! .. will he entered galnet .... Beautifullandieaped
I"t 5. Block .. aOTA OAK .. large alihwiit front.eae .
Week and the relief demanded I In the
Crime Prevention MANOR HRHT ADDITION wu wisp TO BE LISTED Priced foe lrk aale. Ml, .
talks given by various heads of ijtk.Und. Florida, according toP..t .:::...5 of aald suIt being for !;IF ooo Reaeoa tot 550105-Ill hal. ,
.
thereof rerordeil In Plat ...... Coral Motel sod
the police divisions. Police Chief of mortgage recorded - Heine CII,. Phont HA = :ttWAEHOUSE
Book 41, paSs 42. PublIc Recorda RacerS Hook 14*. page I- ;
Leo 11. Brooker welcomed the of Polk County. Florida, .. Record of Polk Coun.
the station. To eth.r with, iUnge, Oven. ', '
club members' to .
Dated at Bartow I oik Coral.. 14,d.p'i: nf a portion of lit I ,ro/iM(UMrtge* .ctasuijkagios'

Open HOUM Friday Florida, thin 10th day of Febru- ESTATE. La.... Complete and ferk-

Following the discussion Exchangites any' .A.1) D.n..1f.. -LOAN. lK. : : : Florida, recorded. according In Plat to Book plat 0 Dial MU 6.1151 lift 00.00 truck aruwerlng.li pIL.pa eervle ud ,I.

were treated to a tour (anal) Cl.rkpofkU.oClr.u1rCourt 40, Publlo Record of <," laoelleal loietlon .I...

of the new police building. Count?, Florida Air Bee* for dllr.bu. .
will By VIVIAN A. FUR VI". my hand and the .... CLASSIFIED'L Polk Ceuntr er 4.
of the week ASK FOR
The ,
highlight Deputy Clerk ('our.t Bartow, Polk Call Bartov ua-1144

come Friday when police open U Pb.,? Abner, of ', Florida' thi* 17th day U .rile Little. Compear. ynoi 0
K Winter Heven, fieriad .
their doors to the public during Turnbull and Abner .- AD 1M4.D II.
Multe 4tm. New KnuUnd Building H. SLOAN JR.. 554010KZR-nUiINnSi ann Will
an open house from 8 o'clock in Poet Office Boa ..IT"io'IP Clerk of th. Circuit ('..:rt. LAKELAND LEDGERS loneR 1 $6O.OtO sid po\.lpal.

the morning until 4.30 o'clock Winter By PAI I, H. VAUIIIS i "1'' .n. ...u,.",..
; .. _
Attorney tHf I *cell Deputy. ...k I te \ .Ia IJ' .
la the aJJernoon. U.471. j t -I. < C"tr, noMen .







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r M LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday Feb. 12 164 REAl ESTATE I* REAL ESTATE
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FINANCIAL MERCHANDISE DID SOU HflVSANV THHTWNQ8 I OH. ABOUT: CATS 144 Acreage Lets for SofT 144 Acreage, Lets /or Sale

24 62 Botlnets Opporturtitld' 97 Articles For Sola-Mile,1 e OH.CtUCS ME.' V3U SPttlAL WANTED REASON HOW SCUM I eVT 6oo.t ncnoKt1ot4e3 CIlOICO O5UUODINU nIt.. 1000 1 .'/
SALE
MffyBE ii ANT EI/PHANTO ft HIS 545', dl0000lP bohleld 3000 C1.ru- FOR
= I
- 'I.o1'lnarLlN1I P081" erosU,, uNtil THOUGHT MOW KUM S VMLtC sLor4e 04 i "TO SEE HIM? T trSfTENTOTH FOR WSTOHC6? I COUNTRY -60OIRRELS. herd 1I00.h. BI.." doll "II 10'' 90 ACRES
Autemebx aervlca Butlneei neteappro rod_. I sod 0OOmI'lOleIr -= 5 THE wooDs? I I STORIES H5TOLSTH TOOl WHV HB CVENTail's 01111. uti .3'10. 1
*. tie.000. 10000 down welded, 48" orososra wilt I WAS W HERE I LAND BDT-1010 acre eemlrleared _.._ US II woO and too
T.
Grocery Ken, mala Hwr, In town hook, (ft 50 and HIM pair ? plna land MO par acre irontaee road t50 an (1 mm
'11.000.au.ln. Home delivery ooe Phone H- THINGS HB KNOWS *, 1340 acre aattle ranch, fenced and and areea fenced All Impraved
... Sloe, WaUord ManufacturlnaEXCHANOB I croee I...... Corral and loadlw TwO deep *.lit. t buUdlnaaproperly o.

(22 too corner CN.KM tint. Oeanlown, OR combine your ;II! .b...., MS per _.. (0 acre SIUO par ton
realm ........, receive .ifuoner only (5500. (1500 dawn. 900 area.
Trailer Park. '00"'. 414 sores. > Bee ad under M bead of c.l.tie. onlr, (.0._., A. S. MORROW
(JB500Convaleeoeat. ol Ice.. ( -6a. 10.1111 3000 acrea. four mllee from orpraae .

Home til.too. BUTT Oardena OB blabwaytrootaje REALTOR UOUA
FURNITURE: Commun only (7BO per acre. BeeR Branch Off too
.lois .table. three upholttaredhelrt O Lela or 5. .. Oardner. 40* 5. Memorial Blvd.MV .
JOHNJ.BRENNANRealtor pulpit choir rail Ilibl Dick R alty. lOll Baal Mala. 47155PASTURE
oak NU0.0...
; Phone MU S-(133.

LMLA_Bo-4101 COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD furnTihlnta DUNCAN BEIOHTS Lakeland

Appllaaeea, IBM Falcon Hlthlande, ana aara, hard road
Cornet 3(21 Cleveland Helahte two silos, I hlioly reetdwUal. (*.. LAND
FOR BALE: Mulberry TV and Appliance Blvd MU ..7(1(. all day weekend .
DErisge 5055130.FIVU .
All etork" and equipme$, 100.
alter S weekday.CLIMBIMO .. $150. $155
4MO-160 acre*.
plue Wettern Union$ ......,. Oood ACRS bl.b Clod drr two
loll. kutlneie. Health" boon 01.. BPURB (10 Cherkwrltar 504,000. _..... 50050. hood and $166 per acre. Good
My mi .crlflre (3300 Phone Mulberry .. (20 Refrlieralor (26 I MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE 1 RENTALS I* RENTALS I RENTALS ....... _.. 10.\10. '..0.04.loodnr000d. down.
Don .... Most 29
.
4lt I4>l (21 PA .......... (30 1Ir_ PloD' CI: terms. %
ItMorCM lord aweeper, (12 OU heeler M 103 furniture A Appliances 11* Automobiles Far SoW 129 fwfuiahed1 Apartmditi HI UnturtiUhed Apesti.LINCOLN I 139 U 'umlihd HOOKS 7024730. "I
65 o.s.r. ....
Mortgages Work boorS wi"" ,
tJ dro...,.. .1. A .abl..01 5156. .20 RCA PORTABLE TV LioelUlcondition 1753 NASH .t.IIOD ps.uo. id DEafllAOLL BOUTIUtDI-...orl- COURT: A..rlm.nu TwOhtDR00M. 11.1... dlnlua CHOICI LO...... lobe "..10. R. M. MARLER
when BUY BUILD ..u. refinance THi MU (-.al?, 414 Cost Oak BlraetDOUBLE I I MU (. (404AHOOANT 111I0 PIlDou"" Iwo door $04.0. m.n" So. woo 0.1'. oowlp 4.0.ursiod Lakeland tlneet for colored peaPia room. hOrSes. Jtloutled porchaarata .0550017. 10m. wIth bosrlne 011-

and V* worbows. Pint MorUl BED tied) bed fair DROPLEAP e.t... 1100. Phone NU 03715 .1_ Is ....... .... NO Worth' Lincoln and Wart ItnFIVB MU m..*I'. 1011 (Ikatraek toss 12050. 01,000 .Po Cl001 1teaI"I10 & SON
>it Corp of Florida, (0( I. Flor- to. $563031.
guilty las Ave. MO 4-3137 condition. BeU or ewap. ...... ion tabla and an chain. Mica 55 1NCOLH. Veer nloa, all pow. 5.0055.UPPLII .0 '''J''. Wa7147TWO LMLJC a. Heeltor.

her co SUSS?". *"" ""* "". condition. Phone (M5015WE en and air aaadltlonad. *'7M TWO teArooms, llvlnlBACHELOR ROOMS. 01._. Convenient BEDROOMS. near bu. line \ ACRE beme allae katwMa 1401 .. Main MU S-5!
AVAILABLE MORTGAGE loam HAVE IT clean and .' tt PlrmoyMt four door 5, 1005. .llobOll: both. coOn 5105010. locatlan Ideal for retired pereoncouple. Reaaonabla By week ar month Lakeland and Bartow Risk dry .BervlM Lakeland ...... 1MW
ui tinhtvot with urmi to I ,.ar.. AIM Oil racon.Itloned .oI.h'. ell" 8210. (1.1M. ....... Mat Rudy. Omar.
..
purcbaM (cod mortaeiee on ... II H CO ft. vprlaht ....,. aU ueed relrleeratore (Ad., 0. A..u.. OsUhInom.P05 NU. 1.00'10. Sour nt.ron, to. Adulle. OIa-I1&1. o. Vary reaeooabta. Pb.,. 3738 1( ,North Former Avenue (ae- 1587 Memorial w-4107 oar

.5.15,3 Imor..od pro.I Oom.PI. moos new e.cellent condition mimi Crotley Wetunahouea, : APARTMENT Clean M-0VI9. 145 > liiess
.'. FHA hid C..oU.n&l (150 Norm Trannler and Btoree nod Prltldalre). Must eell I at 5A5.R br ownop. 5005 Cb... central location, all aUlltlce and BRAND' 001W. 0o5. eoll.... TWO S50000M C. bo.... I'I'' ". Um. Property
:me ba.feela ".'10". ....1_ La..,..... Molt.SM. > Company, llo Watt Memorial lou. each Soils Electrle Oa, 011:1 10100 4 Soot ..dno. I. Pnrfnot heat (urnl.h... prlvtle patlD.: aehaoli. Thli la tha nloeet two ilahborhood 500. ,. and "" ,*.: outs .CRU. isrs. 5.droomo. 1110 TAMPA HIOHWAT 150 a 6M'
f ColP. .01 I. T....... .... Blvd, 7IB5, Open ..* Weakdayi condition. Claaa aa "bl.U. (4(, .(2 1601 bedroom apartment In 1obslood. orator furnlahad Lo... raonuHOUBE balD 000100. 0OmIOrlOlniO It.... Owaer want., arlar John Irons
mop .2-11173 .-6 oturdaymine OIp 19000 actual milai450 wilt Oak tloora, air conditioned. bull 0..3011, wIlls alMtrla _... SenOr for 00S Realtor. lit Watt Main at.RESIDENTIAL .
Home'feel but two .."'*.. caM Pho... BEDROOM llvlni room dl n I. ranaa and oven alactrlokllcben Immediate occupancy (JOO do....
AUCTIONFriday VACUUM CLEANIIR8: robuillo so.rondIlloond 00 room kitchen. bath. AduluBoutll ,' FOR rant WIIH" Hi acre' COMMERCIAL,
IIIU C-5004, 560.56 mania. For more Information
IcDE HORTICULTURE n.... Ro"'*.'.. Ps'ls.cinounstold Clark lone ApartmONE .n'", 545 Tou U find noneilce so farm Und Old T.mpa Stood (7 call Jtrrir Manila CT t-llll Induitrlal lota alt., all ....... Mel
ats,1r1 131 CIsoolsodfirlihin 1980 FORD PaJeoa Aul",""i_... BuooeeaNICE Charlee Bnyder phone MU MU '.'11IIO, .. Memorial
71 fertilizer, reed, 5.11ClROUD Nites Only BI... ItO SSOOtPURNITURL tranimutlon radla. neatar ladr 1-412. or DOD "" ......... CT 1-1411 Winter 5I.d.Rudy, 0044107.INDUSTRIAL Realtor .1(27

7;30 PM. pereonal car &...11..,. condition DUPLEX near aollwe. electric TWO BEDROO" dup,,, .. Dm00. 3 BEDROOM CB Itfe betht. Hieea
I'IL\T mu. k, Pit aDd MU *.7 lI' after S.1LI. kitchen water furnlehed land. Newly' radecaratad' tn 0 bull.-.. ..... and ..... Varyolean TRACT .010150
lOll mi.... 1.\.00 8200 a. 0011*, w. buy or oil tot ,.. 1031 Beat Cumberland Street, 550.0 ItraPoocII.. .pproalt.l 50A0F0
moatS. Leahy awner, S4141MU modern month CAPE CORAL
loo
furniture (
Pat O'Neal. MU J-4631 room inotudln .1IiI.L Rod coo. 106. Bulek .MB10MCLOBB ar HlohwP.' Railroad. 505.00.J .
Mothl'pany JIMMY WALKER'S ,Mld-Vletorlan boo _.. carved N.ke earti after thIs week Bao- 5.7004.I.AK yearly baeltLAROB 050-
1 CLEAN PHOSPHATE ttnd far sobs and matchln chair" I .01- !!.... (302 Broadway. ...-..14aACRIPICB DOWNTOWNi' Two rooms, MORTON area near Kwlk FRAME. 4 bedroom, m HOMESITE ohD I. BrODaOR. RoaII4Ir
.
twn.AIoo..n4 and dirt for fill AUCTION CENTER .et aide .h.".. 1 manoaany .Ioop utIIIUee paid prlvala balA. (14 50THREB ClIck. Eleculo: ....... relrl.uator. both. Iou* oIl .......... (70 410'
Homeicorrec E Devle. MU (--307. <](( V. I01 LosS tablea, 1 oolite table, i lyra Ieb" 'o5.. .KRCtIR'r' _....... lIho wIck. P.00.0.05 000001. Ad.llo, Duo-Uterm. beaur acreenedwrch "moo Ui Par my equity and aaiuma bal 146 farms, Groves, Ranches
.
Bedroom oat Inoludlni blond n. Air .ndIUDDed. POwotu 1.. 053 Iou* vow' Y.'k. 0033025 anna. Excellent location (chad.
'fOP QUALITY Psn,01. sod Ar.tI. dlo. 5rote, .... .. WooS tube (&0. Phone .
sIt ,. ToSs "'..... HOWARD GILLETTE ... .
,
double ( May
.. .. 35015 ba, frorn eI.... BETTER OREDPVRNITVM! draeeer and mirror ( B. -a'91. ROOM apartment alaetrlcheat. ._311.DU'LEX.. tiled or completion to ACRE trove- la 7 coorsold'SOl
iiDE ".Id.. Will ...11.... 000 3414.. Orson, cheat and t slobs atanda. MO mould Water fur- Rooltor0.5(0.5 ......... 1UO Ploaapplatraaa.
are I MU '.'11I63 ..7 nmooerblra R*. ....hed, .10 Baat ....DOlI.. Pbooe lb _. toseno sod Phone MTJ 1-417 686-1276 Onlr MO.000. lood ..,....
OOOD BAHIA hay Plnett bortbeddlni APPUANC: moveabla herd..* with aide MO 1-4018. both. Mod.rO. 100 _nth. lOSS Near _I... Oootac Larl*
I 7Bc bale. Ten mtlea Old ANTIQUn A, OIPTB pcrtholea. 1401 Oarloca Drlfa In 0500 1Ma. SOrest ToIoPbonoOBIIo020. 140 Wanted T* Rent Misc. Sllkttt Dick. Realty Branah Ot-
Pn)k city Bold 002-COOS I 30. Electric Blave" -Double DoorFMfrionoboeutomsti ,3 COMPLETE rooms good Tradewlnda Darelopmant NEW TWO bedroom duple Pur- .. i loa. photos Bebrlnf BV 317RouU .
WeenerElectrlo nlehed ar 8nlurnl_. Stove" re. PltOPRioIONAl.a RAID swOon
afr.leIwho. 72 flowers, Seeds, Plants I Dryer oil Outran' furniture Including stove 1(51 MERCURY tour door auto, frlieralor. Watar eupplled ttlBO .. MODERN CB dupl.. two bed- hom. Sons or I.... witS por.r0500 i 1. moO 114anoVB .
KI>-Thin [iso Admiral TV ,and refrigerator, $289 Payments made, lull power oosl.m.i. Takao Prlvata Adulte cM-0194,_ roome, Nice .yard. 1014 Beat Mo. .p loa. Clark Ro.u. .... 5 ACRES BARGAIN' 10 aoretmoatly .
COLD HARDY I Ml trow.1.. Pull Blaed ..., Jonald (2 3374. t T old
I Hlde-A Bed-Oold Clubs er mOllW. till Watt ..... 4031. I aranfai t raara
privet hed e 01....... 30 hlih 4 PI... Walnut' Dlnlnt Room only $13 per month. Jorla ......., OARJsOm APARTMTNT: nest Sod DELUXE TWO bedroom with oea.tral wIth food bones. food locationortfc .
(3 ao doten. dfllvered MU 3.aaa., ulto-Cherry Dropleaf Table 01..... CO ..nIOll' SOUtk.Ido 50,0.gb REAL ESTATE Nose lakeland. cl.trtd Band of Lakeland. Call Maloalm.bemM
beat and air conditioning.
Walnut DroplMf T.ble-N.hoo. I POLK TRADING MART 196a CHIiVROLIiT. 0 epllodo.. ,. 15.' .. Dlnlriond .GOd 001.0. road Price (4,too. 20* oown.balanca arenlnaa. M-TKM wlttt
AZALEAS bud and bloom 7o On tSrnsSSs ...... bul1 Itt aan and ranaa rafrlaorator .
w. bnod. Coil uti 1-3313. call Jim
.ny Bedroom Bulte-Bueral Nice New Auburndale HighwayMU with $00 per month Burt Rod..,., Realtor. Ma.tTll
Rotee (1 '0. LIr.ork.r. hMte,. T... IIP pamanu. Ross Walklna dletanca 00sroools 143 Mobile Home lets Powore wIth T. .. Teslo. Jr.RooNor .
.rerni. Owen. Nurterr, 4612fm spot Chalra Carpet: -Rorkeraolleollon _, 3-2044 ....... CoIl ......1811I, ONE BEDROOM .01101..1 earpotui and _""In.. TIns fInest 050-7173. 17 ACRB arlatv .ro... 0'.......
1I'h Florida of Oriental Knlvee (. newly ..decorated air condltlonar apartment In Lakeland (100 par BEAUTIFUL LARDS shod lot, tanieloaa and ......rrult. In (oo4ndltlon
Beautiful Bait Water Rod A Reel WRECKED CORVnTB, (500wracked One block Iran oollen9W ., month (12 Weet Carole BtreetCall for trailer an Lake Parker. Septic Call MU J4IMCLAOIFIEO .
73 Feeds, frelti, V.g't'bI.i&Id.P ..1 Typewriter Detki ..d 104 Gal, Oil, Veil COM Mr. 4 OOi wracked innS Lo.ln.""'.. E B. Babel, MU (.MM or Tank oslo sod electric Ph "
moor .rll".. too numeroua U ma cherr U oo.JAII .3..917.. CLA( IPICD DISPLAY DISPLAY
drl a> MU (M70
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broil 8t. TIORLI ROOM .
&IWIVICS \.aDd.\ Abs.Obpp.d. ,00tboo. Hidden Traaaurei PROPANE ClA8 fir .oklll" ls.oli.e. able BltfH. .tuof 0t500 _
'" 000. ..." 055' ..sostSbUrdU. '. llem.. Uolleetor hot water. trrlietlon. Indue Noar Xwt.-cIIok. 1mb. "or1ooa. TRAILER OWNERS Tou'U enjoy
$ 30QA CartS' PlGrI..jORANOE8. Buy Now' -No Down Payment (rial .... CoIl e>(.3a(. Iry.a Irn 117 AvtomobllM WontaT BIO Scull T..._... MT7 0.44010 DELUXE SOUTH SIDE bObs an your awn lot In Lake.
-- 6CC-loll. serIal Oaa _'100. 1321 Maw wood Trailer .*"' .. Two
',oo-f The Bud. Plan tb irnd.le HI.hwayJewelry WANTED CLEAN car '46 U ''ij 130 Furnished Houses ; block Beat o< Lake Parker an
.,t_ ORAPEPIOUX Pkbed Open Mon thru Bat Model. Call MU ..3.... APARTMENT Ju..I. 512k., 5org. 10... .ored
.,J_ 40115'. W. Ibl. Do..er'. Cr1- WB BUY BEU. TRADB 10S 61CR THRIoII bodruuu hiuu'o, .....1. .......01o
.... .. PAY CABH for irhup. lood neiibborhood UI. bath, i. .nd..uad
-" *. Ro.d.QUALITY Iris-k or'no Tile tlceet bedroom apartment ,
an. ,.
WS OOdr. 'n '_DObI'. Alto ,,,. aomfomblidowntttlra utIlIties, Follow SI. 5. adwordSlolbowor.
PAY caiti dlemonda auld mod.1 Ploso .011
TOES ripe cltrue fruit THE SPINNING WHEELDIXIELAND All room laraa. Oak lloorelota J.. Ikollor ...-113. LOOK!
mna.o: Picked dally. Special ordere. Wt bobs. 'old (old platinum. nitereleon .11 3.0154. apartment]. (Bl-7007, of clotH .pace Clean tit 0' .0B"70

.hip. Call .304301.. Hliiloe Produce < Jewelry 10 BouUt Pur- W. PAY 615 ap for just corn. 'URN18Hm 00005! two bed. Drive by 313 LenoS and phone
".'kel. 4 odes North' enP100w. Ida Proo plrk .... T..k.... Iran and room.. on CostS VI..I.. ani I- MV S-S134 or MO ..(i*(. 144 Acreage, lets Fur Sale '
=iUCi ., Ci 102. I. Florida UU S.91(1 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery 55,1.5.. 1. 015-3117, 0133. I LAKLLAMO 60FALCONS
Pr. POrtIng In Rear of IBora HIUHLANDB Hlably
74 fruit Trees cheSS III o (fla$5 ... ., Plrkup. NICIiLY PVRNI8HED: Two too 139 U.fvmlfhed Houses ratldantlal bomailtaa an private
........ WII:8TINOHOUB.: IITOVIt Four Ward 0' 0. old,,. Vsll ......... WUd rooms and bath-.coiuit. MU 4- I ana. City wauer. Can _bl".,.-I
LlQU1DATII'O. POUR os: .,.... Our,... 30" 025. N -4allO SItetS Bill Reword OtIS. Baa (3( EMI Oleander 001)70 0500100120. lout boOboo.foohIonObI. Realtor' JC34.
54007113 0. lOur rool. Cook's or o ..m. GET A GAS HOT WATER ........ ....llon. 0.0. Lo.
WAI'ITED' O\.D
Limb FIVE ACRB tracte. (2( duOs. (II
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H( .or4 $0510, U .rh 600-27001 PLAT sIlo,' Pan Amsoltin burn HEATER FROM WARDS ..,ock.. tot .aoh, Poompk Plo..p.C.II 0' *. DVPLEX PURNI8HED .00' Ito,. 11.111........Iii. SAD clenlaHalahta month. Mel' Rudy Realtor, 1(37B. From

76 I oresle, ,2& 11..11. .h.pO, Have Hot Water When Bl.fk'.. M3.IMKll .1"1. TwO b.drooms. .dullO. IIIII. Bled (12-0(71 MlthU' Memorial Blvd MD (-4107OIBBON ,
n ::: Undttoplng MO B.M7S altar 7. Ant lor Jim .. Lowell 01,001. CoO oIwr .. and week-endi phone Winter Ba.en .
i.ot_ Harrll, You Need Itt 121 Mobile Homes Bn.IJ. 503-5001 (oollecO PARK. Attractive '.k.. $795
HARDY SOD COT
1010 view lou. Lo... wooded sItes withIswor5sdwatorlo.Ooodtoto
,.- Healthy Lawn Oraeeel INOER SOWING machine 14 Rr. In.talleUon FURNOOIITO: COTI'AG" thres ALSO PARTLY furnl.hed 1 sod ..

il,00; :: Dl>k n, Or.dim Plantlnc holca Portable or contole. Ell 117 N. Kentucky MONTEREY room.. boUt. torpor 540100. 110 3 bedroom Mel Rudy Realtor NBO Land Company. .(2-OOU.
lIt_ FREE ESTIMATES .... darn. embroider. mono. DELMAR ...... not Holly 6J7 SasS Memorial Bird (..-

11"- .1. 70 Ollmore M't1. ,...., .ram. make buuoohoioPie bal MU 2-5103 MIRAMAR MARK Fix ROOM lural.bed bou.o. CloM '107 PENDARVIS
11- nee of (21 oaah or M monthly ... UNFURNISHED DUPLEX S bod.room. .
VAGABOND 10 .01505. $50 .on lb. POoP.
000-: 78 Tree Surgery Credit Munte-r, t 3-4137 108 PIanos Musical Inst. MU -36M. MU i UM .. carport S blocka' eohool.. LIKE TO SELLA
Moons BOMB IMBDRANCB' Soulb.... ((0. I91S Carolina
IInIJo, OROVta PRUNED. cltanid out. 6Nt ANTIQUE uprl.U. Boo..b, TWO BEDROOM air conditioned .
99 Boots Motors Supplies ... 1071 or (M- OoO.
trios plantad trimmed demotHd Loan'l1 l... (00 Bouth Florida ,......'.nll' located 001 LastPlum BICYCLE? CHEVROLET CO.
Llcented free etUmatei. Mulberrv43Jl :PIbHINU BOA IBlit 60 A.onu., .U a.3111. DEE'S I Street Coil UU S.73Mleetrle TWO BEDROOMS. kitchen dla.I. .
lB. Hwbfrt Rolind uppaddlaboardt I I... lane ll.ln. and utility roomP00
II Os..... aatlbeatapaddleblkee HEAR 1II0DIIRN DUPLZX. Two bod.room. .' ,. .ea-Uta ar M-O4M.. (29 310 Ne. FlorId. Avi.
INSTRUCTIONFLORIDA'S autboardi trailer. MOBILE HOMES, lunl.hod Ot oilsburolehod. leander Now's the time! And MU
I Coetelloi. Ravendala Winter Haven THE NEW LOWREY (41 M. Wabaat kitchen Also. email cleanhoutotrailer Lakslend
a.3-6eaa. MU aostlured .... Waehlna pmleiee MODERN THREE k a-d r a a m a'aehloi 6-1151 II the number to ,
84 Schools WITH AUTOMATIO .8940 ..' machlna eonnactloniood .t
n FOOT Chrla twin Helerenoe. B3 0'nol.89f a Classified ad-
Craft 88' ORCHIt8TUCONTRQU '
TRAILER SALES sold cllrua
r.otoln nellhborhood I ICI.A..IIIIID
ln.ur. )'
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LARGEST and moat 88 depth recorder. bade clip YOU PLAY a one-nota melody 0000. stOriOO.' Porte. ooppil.o.\ hoi irons, ..,d... .u. '10. Phone
modern beauty achool LtkelandBeauty 313 ....Imo. P o. Boi 4. Auburn .. th your rliht hand and autoitlcally 131 for Rent Miscellaneous;
bonded local and MU I-otIB2.
C.I1.... IK B pbs,. 5.. dale, WO 7.3605. your one-nota melody nitlonalraruportera I
C.mpl.loOl .mod.'od' sir eondl.I.n.d. becomee a lull chord-here more Jack. 4710 Mew' co.: M I RCIAL RlUilDHNTIAL C'L&AN TWO B.douoi. buna alow,
.rnbe $52510. .11 04012SPECIAL LbS, NEW II' IlbO.lulobi... los from .the very tint '0'.) Tampa Hl.hw.r MTJ -(014. lurnl.bod or unfurnlthed _tolo. 00050. 0000.sl0500. oboe In. 110 i DISPLAY
"of $115 CoIl MU 2.0448 BICE REAR PLAY L5TThO OLAVER ......1 tinilorsi Mel Rudy Realtor 1597 Caet .... month" Apply (11 Woo Palmetto
THIS
month only. Com.olrle THE MANY beautiful U' 10 1'1'' Costol5.s meet.
etrlee BOW T..01 Tr.II..r. m.I" Blvd 6B 4107 anytime
Beautician Coune. (Iio, 100 Bldg. Materials, Etc. 0 n 01.01.1ICANNON H..nd.l. Bl.d.. WIsiw Ha,.
Book and tool. Included Pay .. 133 Mobil. Homes THREE BEDROOM with" carport
poll IMrn. Contort Colonial Beau MUSIC CO. 0l 813..12. 607 north' Maeeachueetta 575mantIs

1, School $15 Boulh PI.rlda A.._ 303 B Florida Are. (2-(14o OWNEITRAN"P'JIRRED.: muot'oIl CLEAN "ODERN lurnl..d b...... Coot Brown. MU (HU I
$00. L.k.nd' Phi,. .11 -1131.. OVERSTOCK Open Friday Pronls5EAV31FUEPINWr U' I 10' 1k..1. booote4 lot Jlera. collate.. Oood llvlnt all electric Ranie
FItS ROOMS
al P.. ..,.... Oordon Mobile; condition UtIlItIes furalihad, .
EVENINO REAL attala\ steno and relrtierator furnlehed Good
sowlimbo BUILDING pi.i. Park (((-910C Bu.. (11,SO-(K,60 weakly. 4033011. : .j" I
for prorpectlva eeleemen J75i Con..'... (3BI, atudloiUS. oc.tloa an Fora Road .eamonw. .. .
and broken For full Information MATERIALS uprlahte' (171 .It. GOING OYER8EAa. Must .....10 .. Permanent ....a.1t. 4X2 j :: !
Phono Bert RocIo.,.. Real Bro..a'.. 004 south" Florida. 1100 IIHII POrOwlht. eo'nio'i 134 Moblk Home lots .028. ,
lor ....2711 200. take up parmenu Call NU ,..
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FIll ROOM hou. Wntor u
Asbestos In VBED VPRIOHT .. .... 00001. 34033. LAKII: BONNY Four Fion MobIl.Rum. .
LIVESTOCK siding K..'. ...bll. H.OI. Pa... MU 46311. 'arll P05w taoS I... isLutolood. lIhod. Dood I..tlo. Soar' Coo.ho.
: colors balance on Ml 47.10 ...1, Ivrnlabed mobile RI.b sod drr. "unlolo Behool. 0. .In..la DrIveMU
home with" ewnlna, 00041*. machine and ...... a-3.1. HIAVY
aleetrlo LIGHTsMEDIUM '
watar
88 Pegs, Cati, Pats hand .. .. .. .. .. $10 sq UsED VpmOHT 500. MU p1000, 10.00r44olOio and moor ouier .. .... metar pal eon. bu. llnea Block U BEAUTIFUL THREE bedroom -

00. BOARDIsa HOLLY K.Dn.l. n .2190 ReaMnablr priced Phono (((. new 0... Park Bhopplna. Can- air conditioned heetad ......1'kllch.a.
Chrl. and Ted V... Allen. flew 40 Gal. Perm quality latex Ill Sporting Coeds I7Mmd 10' Oood lake flihlna and bcauni dlthwuher Parquet

:0 Mulberry BI.b...,. Phone MU flat wall paint PURNI8HED 8PARTAN 12011cr Bmall peta. 1(40 North Cryatal floor patla. Late of .Ior.... (110 TRUCK TOWN
-0'03.. us jlVtlia lola tool OilliTiil,5. cabana. Oood bar domes Lake Drive. MU S 7473 10011 Bparrow Drive.
Pastel green <. $%25 gal constant poor,.. Beet .... pl/.. W Ulama. Lake Dear Trailer ParkWinter .
DIXIE MOBILE Park 4(50 SlowTompo BEDROOM boute. Jal
WIRE HAIR Chlauahua. Toy 0001 II 00. A I.. fin. and arba- H".D.TWO THRES
Tor".,.. PIll,..... Pameranlan 2" x 23" Rockwool rOt Ph,,. ftfl2.8910 III.h..,. Laria dry lota ouiled front porch Two ar three
$041 Oarman Bhcpherdc, tropical flth BKDROOM Korcralt Trailer Municipal metera ...... ide- children ....p\.04. Watar fur
I 00.u ..,., ... monkey*. and supplies. insulation .. .. .. .. 4c ft. 112 Wonted iVIIicellaneoiis with ...nln.. and ....-... Lot phone 6.I.297a. nlehed Knliht Station Road SPECIALS! !

Coker P., Shop Ill North Kinturky CASH EilU 90, Happr Dar Trailer Park RtMo ". LoNGS LOTO. .mall pa,.. Loot Wellt MU23(7.
roir U.U'ed II4NDo
MU 4-t 6BETTYS ., Homosote bed boards MU 3. 311 aa. Auburndale. Piorldal of Lo..I.nd. a024 MIlls. attest, TWO BEDROOM concrete block

POODLE Bhoppe. Pro- i 3x5 .. ... .. .. ..... $420 3'l >(. TRAILER with oarport and Pherne NI1 1-0029 with tova sod ""Io... .. ((0
p ....1.... roomlni.. studs. puppit. AUTOMOTIVE Florida room utility room 1830 month 60S ....1It Vermont. Phone
135 Rooms For .
.. 1263 Katblaen Roed Shop. Russwln interior lock Marjorla BUraet Watt (1.(00OR .at 063-4&01.

(63-4(48 Horn.. ..(2828 CORNER BEDROOM sinai bun ..,4 BEDROOM two batb
i 116 Automobiles for Sale BALB or trade. lota Palace THREB
sets ....... $100
.. ea
FOR 'AL. .001.I.rod ml.l.lu trailer 31. all 'u'Dlobod. 1323akavlew 5.-os. G.nliom.a ..'.,.".... .1. lana yard lOot' Wilson Clinic.
bbook poodl.. m.I.. la 15.0.moltS. 1062 CHEVY II air .."dll1o..d..v".U. Street Phone 600-6005. W. ......11.. MO S-40K Ltke Parker 110 Ea.1 Valencia
old' Call Plant City Interior white pine tranemiulon, r a d I In. LOBE DOWNTOWN: Lane room.P'I' .-.4B(.

1aa.uU. i shutter ...... 10% OFF hootor. tinted. .1.... (1480 CoO FOR SALE ." .a..n. 55 ..... 12380uth EIGHT ROOM bou>e. two bath.

AKC .INIATURII poodl. plipplio .0.1113. blow Yok 8Ba0402. (vo month. .oa McRorla Street.MO .
Portl.ooior.d bl..k. 1&0-.71. .U Garden Stakes 50 piece 1011 MERcURY .....,.,. All 48iJOMark ton mobile home Alto 136 Rooms With Board -1373. $250 WILL BUY ..
three air Ownertrenilerred
0'41 .fI.r I om bundle: 4 ft. $2: .00 bundle PO..'. Load.d. wIth ..tes. 5455.MU la conditioner Mlchlian. TWO BEDROOM borne (70 '
19 Livestock -6n. BOARD WI m luncbee to to Three bedroom home lakefront 54 DODGE 'i 3 ft. $1.50 bundle.
'81 OLD8MOBU.E Plots etatlonin WILL SACRIFICEFOR Televuion room Raaaonable. 722 (00 month John Brennan. 124
BUY YOUR bssonr besot .0. 46. woo. (1,*50. AUo .>( Old.. riot: Oak ......1. We.t Main Btreet. (..-.103._ 'SI INTUNATIONAL ,kk.B
SALE
lb.. Sit .nd wrpped. WOol or McGINNESLUMBER mobIl _.... (BOO. ......boll.1J1 1 QUICK houea. Dl.leland '
1510. Phi,. alU .11&3 or MU3Jose. ColItis 000.. Contact Sue-D-K Mobile Park THREB BEDROOM 52 FORD r-7 .kmt whnl ..( 1....
'New Tampa Hlihwar Lakeland 1M block from pont office
CO. W. 'IN.NC& ,Y oufr. I..ood. YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT 1044 Bouth" T.nneetee MU (4(14 51 INTIRNATIONAL 2 t....
HORBIi8 TRAIN lID. O.b.k. .. 1.5w 0s .40 d..a. .ualbln.'/
001. 0.1.ssuro. m mann.. .Inla. 600 West MAIN ST. Used C.... (8..M (, 122 Mobile Homes Wonted.
...., P0,0. Btrlow 119-l1oa
ION CHRYBLIIR WlndlO' Pal.oo.dIU.D. WANTED: TRAILER under (1 000 MAKE MORE

90Poultry t Supplies 13aO Iforle.ll A..nu..or phone Tampa (2->.l2. Write
.'\ .. Jim Oana 2(0 Baal Broadway, need not be expensive.
QUAIL FOR .. .. obroo.... 6'4.2. '"-. 103 Furniture d add Classified ads to ,
.ft.. 5' 70 "m Appliances II RAMBLER American two dooiIck r21 Check the Classified sec.
tIres. Trucks Troiltrs sales staff Dial MU
overdrive new A 1 your
2WontedtlveitockPjijWANTII3 TV BARGAINS Completely re- mdltlon. Must ..11. M].2200ae tion for good buys in used for ad.writer WILL BUY .
hulls and (uarantead (3( II and .7805. loaa FORD lou Iu.k. B.. al, TV and Stereo oetv.CLASIIPISO 6-1151 an $495.00 :
32.itI : A... Aol rol 11. .u, u... Free Inttallatlon AI.... loss New' Tamp. Blihwar, Marki today. .
tI tIat kind. Will per w. root prito Lakeland kett buys In new 0. 1.6J MERCURY 11&&. All power.alt .. mrilnr Port I 51 DODGE ,.".1. Real 500d.!
P.vrl'I Dor' MU 0-091a ted TV at Nlta Day TV. 1330 .004itioed, '.000 511155. 0501307 F55 BUMS DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. .-

uburndala Road Open till COO .5* FORD pkkiip
MERCHANDISE .. m. MU ..3H.paired.. 1103 PALeON. 4 on floo,. 180 CHURCH BUB Our tale, K.c.H.nt:

EFRIOERATOR8. W A' H 5 RS. rosS 1050 uo 95000010. "Imal :condition. (8DS ...h. Phono (H- 55 FORD % to* sPoke. body
95 Bicycles Motorcycles b..I..., nit ..ndl OOitU. Ito. Alt oble. 414 Donald BtreethoTrolet 10'l 77 or .B..IJ74 bffore 00 pmif '

TIUUNI'H AND" Vomolosi7os mit,. .. Prompt .....1'1, 8HOWROOM COI'IDITION. 1..1 TRA.NSPORTATIONSPECIALS 5< FORD Pickup

and ....10.. 11notrieslirtii ....10.. lee ue for loud used ap-, soul. hardtop Will I RENTALS
56 WHITI WC 22$1O95OO
mod.lt. sports model lane p11 soot. your Kelelnator and ccept trade. 117 Cr...... .tr..".
.lock. Ltkntnd Cycle Co. 718 No'. d.Her. Nib Day TV.AD1110 MU .3111I.. i I 128 Butineis Placs For Rent

Wool Momoolol' 002.0200 DII ooros. Auburndale ltd Wl VOLVO four epeed tri.....

IotU -2170.. mlMlon. twin carbureton. .dlo. '60 DODGE 6 cyl. 4-Door Sedan.
96 Antiques eater Eaoellent .condition .B34V4 IK B. FLORIDA AVI.-1210 511.'Pt $795

GENERAL LINE decor.tlr. and BADCOCK'S i IOta Iou b Lincoln at like new air conditionedtpaca Standard transmission
la Ideal location sonS toPolk
nteful antlQur.. Bouaht and sold '(7 BUICK Century hardtop. full '
The Cheek Oboes. Eaton Park. Are Raylx Their power eioellent condition BOS i New Polk 1'h.OtOtoo Federal d bulldlni acrota from Per. '60 STUDEBAKER Lark 2-Door Hardtop

500-5753 SEMIANNUALTRADEIN : 0. trade for old. oar MU i.2200 feet for I...'.... Ho 0....,. will : WILL BUY .
97 Articles For SoltMlic.antNd or MU "?l0I. partition tptca to cult requlramente Standard transmission $795

CLEARANCESALE 1 BBS DO DOC. two door hardtop" R W. tockard. Phone 6 cylinder no. '61 CHEVROLET c-..... Raal nk..
UOEDTV'6 troo IJI UP Ou.r. V... tick thlft. (22>. Call MU OBO-3133.
wa finance. Worklni -1861 after ( pat .60 FORD R.nchtfw., Cbs. Psio..d.'dl .
,.... accepted. Admlrel Solos UP TO ((0 !

Service. MU (.3(71. Peacock TRADE'IN ALLOWANCE 129 Fwrnltnea Aportmints '61 COMET 2-Door Sedon. I FORD Raitctiara, .
TV. 454 H W.b..h.AUcnON PeR YOUR OLD BEDROOM I $895
VP I JUST THRU ROOM8 01141 b.lb. lun.I.hod. Standard transmission INTERNATIONAL R.1I5 lec..llitIoR.
TO (2S 51
Two VPpO'. 0'S lower. 14& I I
SALE TRADE IN ALLOWANCE sod (6(. MO a.33.(. (al angina.
FOR YOUR OLD LIV1NO BOOM

Every Saturday 7:30: p.m. VP TO ..0 PENNIESbring FURNISHED OR unfurnlthed. ...1. '5* CHEVROLET 70. air aauippa4 trac'.". ..
BAXLA'S TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE Oslo 551 hootr000. (2700 to

AUCTION GALLERIE FOR YOUR OLD APPLIANCE (" 00. MO monthly 1-4445 Nance. Apartmente TRUCKS "60 FORD Vl tm ,ic""'... .

UP
"'.,mer', Th. Auction Bout." TRADE.IN TO ALLOWANC5(10 customers to your MOTEL APARTMENTS one and 56 GMC aliatal tractor.

Wa my or Bell for Tou FOR YOUR OLD VlI1ZTT. two room.. II..,.. utllltlee fu,. '56 CHEVROLET
.01 II..,. .1 W. door when you use Classified i .ii.hed Dl.le Motel 4(00 Newampa $595
Plo,. "U 1-0033 SEE THE SENSATIONAL ads to sell rugs and 5Oihwop.A'ITRAC'FIVTLY. Vi ton . o s55 000.5. .

UsED FURNITURE buy. trade.ell VALUES floor coverings Dial MU ,I FORNIHHED 1 58 CMCVi
at 3208 Cochran street oil DI..nllllll.dI..r'OImol... 6-11311 and S bedroom anartmenu. 35tuNA $595

North Wabuh Avenue, MU I perlel factory" purchueiFactory MU 33507.CLASSIFISO 405 .Bouth Florida. Phone ton . . . '
(.ooall. Wa live Top Value eloaa..uta I

.'.mn'. 110 .DOWN v.snu p ll.ln. CLAUI' liD DISPLAY DISPLAY '57 DODGE V-8, 175" wheelbase $5,000$6,000 -
HOW obOPf tOn we tct' Wei $595
to wall carpet from (1 >( up lot 110 DOWN d.II.... any appliance cab and chassis '
56 DIAMOND T wwaal. tilt cab. -
U DOWN
DuPont nylon $0 II per egnare dchvera any bedroom .
yard soot 1.1115.. In el.nd.rd (a DOWN dill.... any dl.. w 1
61 FORD full
.,... and epaclel cute to routdlm.nolons s.. Theo Bpeolal ValueiW.S.BADCOCKCORP.. OVER 30 IN ALL TO F-l000 tractor .qs.ipp.d.

1niudbOI rolliudo sod ., '62 FORD F-950, like' 11_.
0.51.. RUe 041151 don. 1 I" our

own place. Pabrlo 01,51'5000.0ls. pPp- CHOOSE FROM '57 MACK I B6I wiaaal
Outln at 25o per yerd. black
59CHEVYS
and while prmta at 20e aavenplalda I 54 MACK wlaaal ranaam..
at 2>.. Fl.51000 lIly mil Main Blare and WarehoiUM from A.M. to 9 P.M. ,

.,dsSlS,50lflSO to fit yourkudiet I Io. Mulberry. FloridaMilbrrry Open '51 DIAMOND T tilt c.... "NH220Swvaral 1
and worth a ride out Blare Hour.

C Hamilton '.b'lo.. Mew ( am. to ( p m dally, Frl alia. i Phone MU 3.4591 Used Cars other (al and alaaal 0-scion.
Dade City HI.h.,.,. 1 1/10 mils. until
N..b of Int.rtt.ie 4 Optn All Day WadneedayIver I In tlll .. ..

1UJ MODEL camp crulxr flu 80 auodate etoroe eerln 2.Door & 4.Door From Cell for R. C. Wheeler-C. Christensen !

<* ton pick u... Boa al 160t Mor- Florida i Red Powelr-Wayne Parker
roll Urlve. Lakeland' Axociate Slob I
61* No. Florida Are.Btdcock a.
.. 695 Bank Financing Courteous Salesmen
Will Treat Ton Rlibt"
'p MOT> We hove: many mere frvcks that lava
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CUT VACANCY BUYER TRANUr ERRED O5k.sV. ; been reconditIoned/ end will te yourop wU/ !
:n Cr oerm.nlo 0. 5 br.neI flow
WeillnihouM. ..n... ...bti.orOoOdwoshn.Nn.rb..ous.d,00... PENDARVISCHEVROLET t
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TIME. dow parm.nt needed All ) for ,
'n1J .17 O. pr month Call MU 1.0141.

1Jf. 000 D WI0T100HOUnS: loot CO. :
hu000rsto.,. 428 "onln..ld.. I ,
with Classified Ads.
rent

f.a house THE t DOWN 005501w poyoosothU Hot Point frott2 bOOlIm.d. -, 310 No. Florida Avo. ,It't No Baffle' fo Trade With TRUCK TOWN -

)1 Room apartment, .. 2.Door relrli. 010.' ss..rd.brust Lokelend! '

: store Want Ads bring ....10 05 n.ito.005.1 pO.U Dlon"00000" Phos P00. tt BUNKER HILL INC. (DIVISION OF LAKELAND FORD)

.U 10161.KLiiii.. ,
you' fast Dial MU 1430 W. Memorial Blvd.
tenants Phone
Jo. PrUne electric 302 W. Lemon St. MJJ 6-2159

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REAl:ESTATE REAL BrAn REAL ESTATE REAl STAn REAL ESTATES REAL ESTATEIS -AREAL ESTATE r LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, Feb. 12. 1," 2T r

1, Ut Forms, Groves, Ranchei,: 151 teal slat. Ixthcaaa 153 Hoatas For Sale"CB. 1JJ Homes for Sale 1 Noam for Sale ) Homes For Sale TOMouses for Sale REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE

W IloL THADB bou Lk.lMl4 BAIWA'NI toiltW 110... room N&W TH an btd.--. C 1 M;: r. 153 Houses for Sale 151 Nausea For Sale
or Auburw.1. for toed *, oou,_ Carport, aulltr. kullMa. ...... OWNER SALE! WOOS "'.'11' 1M. Ka .1''$ ...... RETIREMENT HOME >
GRAPEFRUIT 11'1' preprt, ar $?, you soul., ar. tll4 both. ....ul..... awnlniwindow 8 BRICK HOMESThese I7SO. no blooms cost 1014Woodland "00 DOWN _u.... I'"HA 1111 JIO
to IM ar aouatrr vrowrtr KM !. Synod walla. dlam.ad Small down payment Drlva, Ownar. 4M-]7M $10,500 "......"' 0"001 505,5.. ......
O Ul .. R. U Otnlnir at dust MlUni. p.... .......... BO Select Brick ...... 000!! i Solo BUM DrlM.
10 .nr.I. "I h..e. Imull" pick'. AIM. a..,M and Dirk', Root Wum. oa Parkar Road la ""'ull.. aloraa homesare Dudr UUI4 CB with ).s. REDUCED $2.
city $5,500. 411 Btrdo AIM
.aII.bl. Prlea Sly 000 ...h. Call toll ...1.* toots """. ,boas Blot two bedroom CB L.r,. 15.5.Ida kadroom, tilt balk CB bant ready for IMMEDIATE HOMES BY = room, Umllr room, I bed' Large three bedroom multi-'
rlife and ,
tarpon utility
dim rows with T. R. TaokarJr. MO 8"131, OB a A anitral Iwattai nmwm
.. A.eo14r. "U 1.71'/J, room.. Id.al antr aohook tUr4. _andthurrnw .. ilra lot appnxuaaMy M1M OCCUPANCY. Features In .lie. Thil property ima ... purehBMd bath. Camphor Heights l STOP TALKING-ACT!!
IMteal Estate Wanted rctlNmml 11 atwralHl .'.000. aoo a monthparmral. VA MANAGER with iMon..blo Iowa
a
I IW .. .. elude 3 A 4
".ItJO. T17 a a nah. Bola bow Call Earl Tran.li MO7p5 bedrooms, 2 payntmt and .11I% Biart home on big corner lot
& 0" ....1&1"1 .a Bkrllno 0\0.... T_.. dINou.t .. or Mil -717J.. baths Florida end dining 55.5. Mil W awBrne MO RM.1001KEN 1 now only $18.0001 EL-1301 Ono. iprliwtlnia IB roar swa
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tor use RWf.Yo1 aaab la woltr Will _Pt .. .
'Dlal. Me u
DOWN bom nil I. lot U !* o
t... lull r..t "_orlaL41..,. ........ 10.. at bulk o. ......, rooms As low as $450 down $100 I Ilteallar lint fnr ttilt CB a l..roBia. S
I 10 tk"frwM ...... A m... Mono ....... 000tls. IIIwn.DtnI $50 PER MONTH -FHA. and NO DOWN HARRIS 4 BEDROOMS rail Hit bout hoBm. UVUM no*
1 J otpUooally, aIM boiaa, arlvi TO .110..._..., will adlthr .liar ........ Mmes la all loot ..010...... LMLAitol Southslda two bath homer cowl**. Mlllt-ln rwtl. .or Mw4p
I boat <*: Trw imuUr VUtu. : LISTYOUKPROPERTY I a ....._. twa ........ ..1oalLot PAYMENT-VA. LMLA I 15110.. OmpleUK roMorkt 5. 1'Ior1ll.31111. .-... .Uo OtnwHOa MrllO*.M.
Prone 1'/0,_. S.% wowa.I awMMUaa CB koaia la nith I mil a tfAnfm tnmm haUiM ... MMIMr aarBMIM U few tl $64 _. only $9.8001 Kids walk
I M Prodttolai. arm. I BR bouts WITH USfI51"rtlC .and BUll lor _It.... Call MU Knot k* nM Irnm.dlatry COUNTRY ..ton br oar fllo* ar otU. to both Southwest schools! JOHN J. BRENNAN
I lor .Unm.DS ar Mld.wtr. ..- 'If ... I 1-41" Mo .u.IIIln.! M otoilBi oMt.MtTM .0 LOTSBoth
I 1 Mllmt. .$... lot 4J500O. ..oodtams. IT ..;; B."t L.lLt UUwrW! /*) $rtlM-URR 5505 I TWO ...._. CB lust ra.palntad Minimum 400s BOnBBBB4 SOUTH & NORTH of T. R. TUCKER Jr. VA. _1'LNLA.. 5004101A
.. roa mart IB. far IBIOTVBUMIhoB ,
YEARS
r lUHIor un.4 lot TB laalda and out lana II 30 : ". '. JIoma 10 950 C5551.
40 A Pradoolnc Or.ni. Oron4M ?-.. --.... .,"_ ro Mm I.. roam. ,..., alt Norlh Florida "> Moods tbroutli Prtd, I city Some have large CITRUS REALTOR
.000. M* doss. (0.15 .. 0, ....... *,.. rarUB* Ooaoanmit la .tt? au 49000utm. .. .. ... MEL RUDYLMLA
at A SSOM km aroduMr wttoratrww LwtS .. Ml Run TREES others have US N MUM LlkslaadKU OF HOME FINANCING CLASSIFIeD OI..I..VI
*. mould hart a loot NO 440NIT .._ aa alwlna MU 2-2283 OAKS A PINES Sites rn. Ara Preorts 4-71TJ Mtnonr REALTOR
uiii ro.. .. .a rax !tv at Slot.ooo. 153 Nausea For Sale .o.la. na raoia CB with range from % acre to 4 VA Ana rrowtr' MMMW MORTGAGE BROKER ; ,
1510 owa I "....... Naar aitr wMoh- : IN LAKELAND AREA
1M A rroduelrn Oraato 0..... O""KIUAVUia ..._ dala. II roe oaa oar MI 0:1 ACRES In sUe-Prices average 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
| 1-._. 81* do.... oftro rno4ers at 1.400000 1 ..4 "WO P1735.PootscLoaeD NO DOWN PAYMENT 11.500 Waterfront dial 688-4107 any time
!30 A *...1IOIttc moos 0.?*. Orb 1110... turolh.4 w ....__. iixpoas i a e 1 obaraaia ,sltea-.12,600 to 13.500-wtth Long terms direct reduc-, tH,
Wsodblas.RANTSALO
$54 la many Lakaiaad anaaMai MARJORIEROAD .
,,_ ...u.... Two Rod .....0.. 1517 S. .... m rmr lot LOW down payments tlon home loins at reasonable '
Joi5NJ. kodroonu tlnplni oonh. Cwttaio mores Bl.d. M4-4107 Northslde A Southslde Iocstions. Interest. No penalty
BRENNAN Is Post ....U13. bMwooa $ I.. CHOICE RITIRKMENT hon.., ALL BRICK HOMES for prepayment at anytime USED TRUCKS
REALTOR SOUTHam.II&W.. ,.,.... 5000soul. 0s. uraMiad. bold ndrr 44 ooo Two convenient offices -' BRAND NEW
"'. T b r e. b.droom. .11011.05 trm.. Caah tallu. Clark $5,500
CALL C8M103 win U*. twin W. "walklat di" Rp.HT _n. $56.36 Fast streamlined serv AND TRACTORS
..... nopclnt and MMrntarr) .* DianucT. torso k.. SCOTT KELLYRealtor Nfos UtUa S bedroom ......... Bar.luraUhKlt ice. TlfRJlI 55011000.5.! TWO
000101 acrou .1_' from B.uU.. I BATH" C."TRAL AIR AND 'NT..IOIATIV. i"
0050. I* both Stol IMBMDoakla oasis with aadralrliwaur 'Se
iioro
.N' *,"!" H.ll W... WlBdMT ........ lana ....... lot Vr MOBUIBBU OB food lot IB eta HBAT. ALL THIS POTS ONLY with ... ....._ .........
147 bKwM rreperty ainwl, atl 4MUIH Unaola A_ aro 1-403. a. LMLA alihborbood. foal PHONE: 6868111 615. .oe 00 OM TOUR T1I1IM .55. Iou_. 55.5.5500
out ( all
.. Son parool OB wr lot* o ..465.
.. 111"-
n. Opn lIa.d.r1.! _. ... NOUTOSIDS AND NOT A 5R00-
THRU: UfebROOM buss. k".. to N ."..Inlal.,.. Phan 555. 540 GUYS U1r05 bedroom 455.5 Mur ...1. BOW Sods MBtnuuw 213 S. Tennessee Ave.. 110)15. PCT IIOUS" RN547.95Y1ND005 I
...... bouts .154 ... ... M CMB.VB.Ot.l'r Ao.0o U"CMUB
car larva wlmmlni pool. Ida 4IUOJ41a .51100 .otl. "Und.m. MU 2-5195 Can Tool '!'r..u.. with 0.dbud
plot 4700 s ....110 1_", .. **o WIoat& 505.0044 or MaTIiU' CALL BRACKMITMO ,. .ep
props, and owner at 140) Taaowood : BEUHOOUO m ..*..... "U 0.7000 FIRST FEDERAL A I tkrwufhwiires 5s-
uq 4aaioDKLUX. -i 1 nortaa__ roes. air aoBdltlonod BEDROOM: two ...1b..1 IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION 5.550ROY irINTIHNATIONAL- .11_
rard luaj
kan.n in a ca _140" Catk tloora. .... T. R. TUCKER Jr.
OOTHBIDI duplu. sort dMlrabla U... Call MU Priced Below Market Oil >ar ...__. a-OM tool but aad air aandlUoalni'uralahad SAVINGSAND .
Two oak floor Lantrooitit or star S PP. M4M CO REALTOR Bun ory awMM

horn,or all InTMUnont ooBdltioBcd torn Priood*, for Ho, Two IIIIDf100M born. tor ",I.. ahurehM Maar and BhopWM_-. CltuuiltIM aratan INC. Possession at Once IIS H. ..... Ar.. LakalaadPKA STlll[ far. thak. .. .. ..UMS m.ilarovo

.,...1... 00.1. MU 1' n34, Cub. 51.550. YO $4481. YO 50510. of ally and Br Ira apaointmant prouotion. doorout eav 411 .*. ru. *... : Area Ptapart Maaaiar LOAN HP .Band ratillMklka \

141 WeteHrent LOW DOWN ..... MO 4)-1230. nil ..... WH laM -.alii 4554435 Excellent retirement home, VA Aroa Proaorlf. Maaaaar ASSN. OF LAKELAND now ...S Haiivtty
frsttrryEACaiFICC psr.Mt CR.
....... ....
82' Ro" .,". Tw. bolb o, of Ho. Lana lot new condition beautiful lot, RBAbTOK LMLA
CKUAK .. dreonn,. 0534755.HOUSEHOLD. 1133 onKTHtm 'Downtown I Mterd
bl& I New THRU kadraam CB bamatwa TRtrr thirteen : Orange at 0 PLOIUDA AY5.
au
'3 86Q. 1 bedroom twral Hon.BOUM kaUia. lana (aaiilr room. For ul.. ImiaodlBUlf br owatrllr assorted citrus t. cheese free
Tennessee PHO" 500.3143
.. ,.. bo.... JUST LISTED
'/010. Cub wr wmna.I daiibla OIl." OB appllaaoaalaria rarUr 505$44.4. trees Quiet neighborhoodyet
Lam Ion from 1881. I* off oaMk oarnn lot .11 Carlloaairaat. Pour bwlroomi and elofttto two I
..... erA.OaoobMHdawa GOODS 4700 4.5$ no aloalni full tllo IwUu. Urn ,..., room. close to shopping nit a bedroom, .. CB hem oaLakaburat Grove Park: Crystal Lake QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
North at aoBB Call MTJ 1.I51TBT : tohoB. din I... .-. .l lit) Owners change of plans U. laaa. la 4004 repair
'W- sod My to Drive at Meadowbrook
eonv.nlmu
301 watorlBT room and PALS waior bout.roraual I
MOVE FASTwhen OWNER on. aor*. thraa bodreom oil turns. 50.,111.1 makes this svsUable at Walaaa. Clinic. Thil boaia was lISt LEDGERCLUSSIf1ED
OWNER: Two kMnorn rot.twa CB lull 0). katli carport.uuuu takaa IB trad for approi. 411 oooOB
eomoutolr furaMiad. loo ....... 111.ooo, ajM dowaMa437 00 lot floMi throtiihoul and ,UBdiuiwd on Uraxwtruo once RO-1061 B I.... ....... bus 14 anlrprtaaa I TRUCK & TRACTOR
lot oa La,. Mot14a..elt 41100.Two ., aiur a BIBHOMB Oat, S rn .Id. I.s.on.bl. for 410.KM) with 1004un ADS 2115 Daaa City Hwv.Pkoao .
S kodnwra aoUataa aa Itoi you advertise them prlco. Will Mil below .. HO-II01 LOOKUP
ca waiUlda krautltnlLaka appnlaadvol.
100' lot at Altos Maria. *nlr $11.. In Gassifled To get more Mariana loud road 13 'lu*. With or without TM.BIilldlnt One House Too Many Call Joba cookaian MV 0.(111 I MU 2.4117
too load Urma. Ono an all trail .... lo| BdloinlBf lh.WMt. (armorly. rraniMavOllaorM
mlM wt '.1. eo
HOWARD today's Can For Sale ads .
or lot UI10I oa tna wear alnudtoa business fast dial MU WO 73513.OOUN'mY .b..dal.1 CUM t* BobOOlh ...... 05.4hurobas. Three bedroom cement GILLETTE CL."t.O..L" I
prtnn. into rood 8-1151 for ad. RoBMiBkblo dowB oar. In this section and be
tors.. S.a K O Iwo. awnor. an writer, KO.... M"'ull. Wood block home Nice yard, RIALTOSLMLA
and bal.l Ilko
loll 1101 "&Ia. "' .... YO 5. I Ir.... .._. .. two b.4500o. moot PHONB noo MO-IJ07 root good neighborhood 110 W. Walnut at B. Fla, amazed by the excellent
This
P7ortds 1'00III. ...,. talIud. Phone MU 2-4179
.133.CLAIFS&D ol..LAW eltru. ...... ...'110. ........ owner wants to sell et once' values Don't delay
C."I.DII..LAY ... ...... .
Road 0. .vo.'Y BIG and will carry the financing C."UIPI&D DISPLAY t Ael I.O DIPLAYt .

.vratnad OWNER 0051: $.CB awUamlad hauia. pool wild PRICEREDUCTION Low down payment and '62

MU i-4U4. no closing coat. RO-1033
1BAJlGmI
Two BEDROOM CB horn.. WMIr Solo.. you buy M sun 5. I
... eontptoUIr lurnlihMI *4.. thll 7 _.. ..0.... 055,1 500. George Stewart MU 2-0432'
100 Tmrmi. 1114 Cochraa Btrart $0.0 "aaar..r.d 10 ,15.k000sSll.
004 will ..oltla for auk.1... Don Sutton a MU 2-6582 CHEVY II
'COUNTRY HOME twa arraathraa niroo drootni. oak floor*. ...
droom.. twa kata 400dawo Orals dl.tna room d.B. ..ooloa'"
Old rolk Cltf Ro.... MU .*...... and lano llfln rOBO ... A. F. PICKARD 5 To Choose From
'5.4007. oath m noui*. anothor In LuxualoUI .An."ONT ...rn.I .
I BT OWNER u.... bedroom CB arait. nu...sow. roof and' ntw' REALTOR LMLA a S.'s.- .. I, 111. a orb.sxctuAv3 .
air aoadiuoaad. aantral haatnead floor fur. Lan 110 IIJOOOTBOT
I. aarnar lot ..aor axtraa, lot. Thla U rot a protei 300 S. Florida Ave. nATURaCOMPUTI 1295
5.510$4.1.AROa nouo. Prlct boo boos lUbitonUal
Phone MU 6 2193
Ir roduwd to 111 300 wllk at.MO 'lCa""OI4 FINTU
PRAMS bouM la KaUMB ...., ItMMIABBOTTHECKES.
approKlmalalr two aoraa, 40 COIf.IO.MIH.tUM
oltna tnaa. Mat attar. call ...- 00014.1AW .... old TIIIo 1s/bp T. S.ey AN_
Com en in and "Browse", Around 3", 051001 Float $9,910 AND $45 Pia Mo.MSed PENDARVIS

We jot pl.nty more ro choose from MdraMB BT OWNER CB ...aaarli..., ....1'.. daoa-three with OFFICIAL GUIDEto .... 5..sIIbSe P0. .. MAY.5 M 1.0.541.
-Do it today I rabid AU alactrla kltchu. cltIlkta CO.SUBURBAN / .. a.. 5.45.d 055 II AL-I PAt
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CHEVROLET CO.
and walr. juit euUldroiur 0400 W. LAOS .IICII 05
t'.O FORD Station Wag.n. 6 cylinder. itandardtrcmmliileii. Far avpeuitBunW Dboaa MU Reallort LMLAIn rental bargains T0. No lit Mood 9a0.A pAS /
Air c".ltI.! *... 54743. ., s. Tess. .... Ph. MIJ 1-1\11\ the Classified section La f..n 310 Ne. Florida Ave.
FOR BAH root w tk IMMPuraMiad 04.04500-5105
| 57 CHEVROLET. Pswer storing, pewit ....b.. ar anturaimad three Turn back now for the 4.4. "- 05, Lakeland
kadroom IK ,..u.. Now ISI20Monk A..1041.
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Air condition butldlnt. (. yard Air room apartment or house .' cZ4t
_'"10._ err.... baka ar.a you need.
| 55 FORD JtaHsii
4-Deer. Wtgoa. V4. Redle ..d{ CHI aa,_.. 1404 Maaaa Orlva ParfMtly dallinttul D'" 4 ktdroamhama A1rM0 sep4 Wr4*.. Co.dslro.s AN.a.rM.1..s4
.,. 444-M07 datlvnad for a fatallya .154 M.1.e t. M... 0.4 A.sOso.
Stork at ahlldran Oak ahadad
I'55 OLDSMOBILE 4-Deer Hardtop. One ewnsr. FOR BALB or rant. two _room lot wlUi alnular drlva. formal CL".P"O DISPLAY
CB Vary 4ood location 4ood d06l
'62 CHEVY II Neva. 4-Deer. Radio, beater and far ...._. R4onakla rant. 4JOaold dlntn UtUa roan dos .ar lana...11I.breakfaat roan araaa mar.. rLI -- -
.. Ruts Drla .BoutA. PorLeornlato 4(0 noorw 000000 005,00,. h.11. I I I I :- ::: "!" "!" ::: "!" ::: "!" "!" "!" "!" '! "!" "!" "!" "!" "!" "! "! "'!' "!" ; "!" ::: "!" ::: ::: r I I .:: "!" :.1
standard. Inn 1m In I.... ,. eall ... .on.
eo..Utl..lr prle.d a ibiD' N
| '60 CORVAIR. Radio and heater. Air conditioned I u ....,... BU10R1.

Standard rreaiMlialM. SEE US A. S. MORROW ::
::
f'57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Stdan. Radio, beater aid( IIIIALTOU LMLA
automatic tranimlitlon. BEFORE YOU BUY 301 a. T.nn.... 1b. Nil 1-31" :1 MUST SELL

'5* DESOTO t paiienaer Station W..... A.to- "LAKELAND'S

) matte rrammlisien, radio and kat.,. BUSIEST Small Down Payment

[ '62 RAMIUR. Radio, beater, standard trallllll'
lion BUILDER'' Own your .** horn. ..)rm.nU
reclining seats.
onlr $541 Pr monlti Nlo* two
57 CHRYSUR Windier 4-D..... Radio and .heater BPACIOUB BLOCK HOMES Mkdroom horn In .. .ul tiMlihborhfMrO
1190 ... ,... lirini araa .. carport RO-1061 KM aid
F'5* PLYMOUTH Fary 2-D.., Hardtop. V8, aut. ODd itorata ot &.a.. Par'...
25 NEW FORDS
\ italic fronitnUiIom. "
NO DOWN PAYMENT W R.j4BiII" WILLIAMS
f'60 CHEVROLET BolAIr "6" Automatic tranimls1 ,

sloe red'. and ...t.,., $46.74 Rwllor LMLA

'M CHEVEUE-2-Doer Hardtop. Super Sport. V4,] par aiontk aa your lot till, B MU norlda 5.1334THIRSTY Atraoua BEFORE THE 20th OF FEBRUARY

automatic, radio and beater. LOW DOWN PAYMENT

OPEN ,., DAILY ON OUR LOT

Milt Chwrntora David Hafcaw, luifko H.1... MODELS OPEN
HaraW Oafor., Art tbcriy, ',"1. Wolkor' FOR INSPECTION We're Loaded-103 New Units In Stock!

A. M. SILVER JR., UiW Car M."....

HAROLD FUSSELL J Joe P. Bridges for some mouth.watering -

furniture buys? There are

1134 S. Florida AM. bucket/uli of bargains In & NAME YOUR OWN DEAL!

0.., 22 Years of D.,.."..,., sally Service Days: 688-6125 Classified! Turn back to

[ 411 N. Florida Ave. 682.7113! Nights: 684-1361 686-2205, "Household Goods' nowl!

C..I..D DISPLAY. I CL..trl.O DISPLAY TELL US WHAT YOU'LL PAY !

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fn PAYMENTS '4350 PER MONTH






AFTER !/ DOWN-CASH OR TRADE




+ t -5 t FORA 1964 FOUGHT) FALCON DOOR

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; i SIMILAR BARGAINS ON ALL OTHER MODELSNOTE


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;, j THE REQUIRED DOWN PAYMENT, WE WILL GIVE



YOU CASH FOR THE DIFFERENCE !



hE ONL CARFINER IS A NEWLCONTINENTAL,

+ rp 0..t THIS IS A TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITY

I

TO GET YEAR-END MODEL CLOSE-OUT PRICES

You might say the biggest difference between B p_ lu.u,", _.... .. ..._ ,..... I i
latw-modal Continental and a brand'now one Is Clu" ._, / .FY/lr oY.-

that one has boon road.toiled e bit longer than Mr Fr'.. I EARLY IN THE YEAR WHILE THE MODEL IS

the other
You can scarcely toll that it lo net

The claisie look has not changed b..IId$3495 I I BRAND NEW.LAKELAND.

been reilored to prime condition In


ance And and the performance p'lc.IIIClud.I.. at standard equipment ,war., 5.05..0 o.wadr IN.'.510.(0,' ..+5155 MIe.4. ..:1
feature -al tx ,*f mt that t t* carvlu lyM
virtually every luxury and performance! :: : .: !. nwcrian at
you can Imagine Why net make this your year tomove -....-. FORD

up to a LINCOLN CONTINENTAL




CLAUDE JENKINS'LINCOLN.lIERCURV CO., INC.


I 125 Lake Mirror Drive Phone MU 21102DUNCAN I


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21 LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday.Feb 12,_IN4_ I''First Kennedy Half Dollars



21 Goal Of $231,000 Set By United Fund Struck At Philadelphia, Denver


A goal of$231.000 has been let the best method available, Involved .we can better the figure. We Estroff said that specific allocations Boy Scouts of America, Gulf
for the 1964 campaign of the using an average percentage think Lakeland can and should to the financially participating -Ridge Council; Children's Rehabilitation PHILADELPHIA (AP) The President Johnson, who will -- -- --
United Fund of Greater Lake- '
land. figure of amount raisedto be expected to be better than member agencies of the Ranch; Camp Fire first new half dollars bearingthe pass them on'to Mrs John F HEMORRHOIDS ,
The Fund'i board of director estimated buying Income for'average" Estroff said. I Fund will be determined following Girls; Day Nursery of Lake- likeness of the late President Kennedy and her children Caroline
cities In the Southeast area of In the 1963 campaign, (208.000 land, Heart of Florida Girl
meeting yesterday In the audi- the campaign through a John F. Kennedy were and John. Fissures, Fistulas end
the United States was raised oa a goal of $1215,000 Scout Council, Lakeland District I
torium of Florida Citrus Mutual process of thorough budget study struck Tuesday at simultaneous The face of the coin bears a other Rectal Disease
The 1231.000 set yesterdayrepresents Lakeland Humane Society
set the record high goal-$25.000 Success Expected: aol by the Fund's committee successfully'treated by
a per cent Increase 1 budget ;, Mental Health Center of ceremonies at the Philadelphiaand portrait of President Kennedy,
more than the amount raised in The Is and approval of the reconvmendnatlons Denver mints.At I Is the NONSURGICALmethod's.
percentage applied to over the amount raised Polk County; American Red facing left. On the reverse
the 1964 campaign and approved -the estimated buying income fora in 1963. but Fund officials pointed ] of that committeeby Cross, Lakeland-Mulberry Chap a telephone signal given In:presidential coat of arms and an .
DEnag. campaign plan callingfor : given city or area and results out that an Increase of only I the Fund's 30-member boardof I ter; Polk County :Association for Philadelphia four new silver branch. NO LOSS OF TIME
., the start of the drive on in a prospective goal figure. \Vt per cent was enjoyed in 1963 directors IRetarded Children, Rose Keller coins were stamped out at each eagle holding an olive
Tuesday. The drive will end one "When, by use of these methods over 1962 when (203,000 was The following agencies have Children's Home Society of Florida -mint When 28 million of them are DR. EARLE RABB
My m month later on March 19, which using average standards raised Previous growth of the been approved for inclusion ,in ; Salvation Army; National Eva Adams, director of the made, they will be distributed CLINIC N.D.
.Is Mot
baa been designated by campaign you come up with a goal like Fund was at an annual dollar the 1964 campaign: Travelers Aid; United Cerebral mint who came here front Wash- to banks throughout the country .
cane t officials u "United" Fund $240,000 then we Just naturally; !Increase of from $15,000 toCO.OOO. Arthritis A Rheumatism Foundation Palsy; U.S.O.; Tiny Tots Colored ington for the ceremony, said and released to the public In M. CV SM Wlntar Saws
when Achievement Day feel encouraged to think that ; Boys' Club of Lakeland, Day Nursery: the eight coins will be given to;late March or April.
guilty Jerard A. Kent, general campaign '-
her cow chairman accented the .
goal he described a. "challeng
sinhave
tme ing" on behalf of a volunteer I (3) V Check These Low Prices
hafeels campaign force estimated to Include f1.76 Two-Piece SAVE
600 workers, and stated
I his determination to see the RUBBINGALCOHOL -
Homefeel goal over-subscribed Hammer Set ;
ftDE / / WORTHMORE
Requests Total $250,000"I

realize," Kent said "that, I f forgo U.M. 9c
the goal if just met will not 'lawstyle. Rafrotnlno; for ASPIRIN S gr.
Mothsploy meet the requests of the 17 financially pint OAO 10*. mtstsf, arty -
participating agencies Rubberptlre, lttie ruboownl .
Home approved for Fund membership T durable.t..l1 Bona of 100
correi These requests came to about $5. ,Iott39c'
are hDE 250000. In addition, the Fund .
wishes to be in a position of en- i .i : 116 South COMPARE OUR LOW Wed. Thru
couraging some needed community 97c "d
PRESCRIPTIONPRICES
services such u family
afraidwho counselling, Instructive visiting GLEAM
nurses, and such. Kentucky Sun. Sale
"I would therefore hope that Rght Ru.rr.d M Lrmt (Juant/taa 49c
we could exceed the $231,000 q, Tooth '.s'e

goal I by call a considerable on all Laplanders marginand Grocery Dept. Specials Extra La....' Size
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and area people to help of meet the surrounding this chal I I t I I I GRADE A LARGE -

r lenge. We can meet It if we will
just pledge our own 'fair share $
of support" HEART FR$1H Just Wonderful
United Fund President MelvinB. M
Estroff said that each of two
1 ruo. methods potential of determining for the United fundraising Box ofChocolates HAIR. SPRAY 69c2.OO

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Fund placed the potential at +Value
around 240000. One method ap- ti-0 SEALTEST
plied the national per capita
e e'l.-.o. United Fund gift average to the Dofietom light and darkSCNRAFFT'S.
population of this area. The second oatij awortod 'fl'". '
//e io method, considered to be WHITMAN'SDeluxe 12.Lb.,472Lb Milk i ,2 Gal'. 53
..... Heart of Chocolates Foil Heart Lb. C GILLETTE

Conner Will Mated light Wlthblpfloweron Sa doj(, box
.qe. dark choice an. Deluxe 63CTAINLESS
1 1Fla + ; top STEEL
... ben, Only 1.69 Garden Dept. Specials
: f.rd Posed ch ototel 14-es. BLADES
'. Speak AtSouthern RAZOR Reg., 89e

WHITMAN SAMPLER UQUTO IAWN FOOD
=.o0, 179.
r One pound box . . . .Size FOR 4 Tlia complete for tewne uutrttiipalsprar ahrat,*.
Doyle Conner, state commissioner tnea, flowerm, For us*In
of agriculture, will speak TINY CONYERSATION K haECORATED has sprayers and SALVO
at Florida Southern College to- sprinkle* aystemt. On*
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MOTTO CHOCOLATE Uao conn WXXJ squar* C
morrow at a dinner meeting of LARGE _. | 59
campus: fraternities and sorori ,
ties.His t HEARTS HEARTS 60% oC the vstooffen DTebleMft

address Is a feature of the r }1F.i I-V. 79.
students' annual Greek Week Each with a "wllly" Gamy'maIow fill 1811'41' $3.4 Vda.

observance highlighting the program ;; v f aytngl
goals of the college's 20 4 f 230 1 OC
1IM roe national Greek.letter chapters
leis Conner Is an alumnus of the :
1.hs.o.. University of Florida and a Or"w $156 MAALOX
member of Alpha Gamma Rho
..''.. fraternity. 89C
Another Greek Week feature Styleolf LIQUID
4 Choice of Two CHLORDANE DUST
will be a concert at 8 p.m. Frl- a Rag. 1.49
day by the Dave Bruebeck 30x' TABLE
Quartet, progressive Jau art
sIiio 4 lb.
ists. In Florida Southern's new 5%
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si Branscomb Auditorium. I LAMPS BAG
elseuw Bruebeck U a pianist and the b t/
other members of his group are Early American drr ;,
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Paul Desmond, alto saxophone;I I Milk gins ban 4 ,,, SpecasMl
Joe Morello, drummer and With fVuttwood baio. Auto Dept. WashHand N69ClIOTOn'

Gene Wright, bass. i CERAMIC
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The group has won interna- decanted, OIL Reg. 98e
tional attention on several cultural -
exchange tours for the SPICE NAME BRAND
Spray Cologne OLD
U.S. State Department to demo t1 7) I
onstrate and American ______ Ovttoora1
Interpret spactal lane s Aprofiton After Shave Lotion
Jazz.The n your v gr Ie,. 45c 29 OIL Cashmere
students have reserved a EACH Ctlif 'rf spicy If Sbeffa. Our Law Price a.,.
block of tickets for the general' ((1.e) e'Shi 9 ah+y" Rq. I.2J _eSa 39cMalo
public, and they may be purchased I' fl.dl 88F Bouquet
at the downtown and KAR.KRAFT AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION 5 3
Southgate offices of Polk Fed + FLUID TALC
eral Savings and Loan, or Friday I I t S..
night at the auditorium box O

office. Type A Quart Size Reg.SuffixA 65e. 33 Reg' 89e


tai J.e Evening In Paris

Vets WarnedOn L SARAKA ANACIN VIGRAN GERIT4l.


Selling psticK *.: for Constipation TABLETS Mulli-Vilamlns VITAMIN AND

Assortment of b N. Ptak d 6on y Mptnormal .Raliovoi headache SQUIBB IRON TABLETS
1 GI HomesVeterans Shades Afoenol promoh man by
pain fat.. com* cF.p
31 rogu* bats t.mton, 1 ,,.-nor\ To Mo maintain you r Important vitamins
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lerity.
who bought homes Compact UNIVERSAL Valentines ex. Irritability, des family.hallhlEasy. plus blood.building

Administration's guaranteed under Loan the Veteran 3P o HAIR DRYER For boys and qtrli ,-,-.,- R.I 1.49 pmsod ftolingtRM. to-cwall+w tapiulot.Us. 'tain Iron,good to help hoalth you!main*
Guaranty I
Program could run into troubleif ( R 2 tomforUblo torriporarure.1 plus I tortaaeher. 1.25 2.91 Rt*. 1.19

without they try taking to sell special their precau-homes i' herd;iarge 12 29 C 3" 119 11tD'a 100' '199 14 sgecliee

tions. I our..New b9 e
.' Merely selling his GI loan-
purchased home does not relieve ; A GIFT WOMEN CAN ALWAYS USE I I
the veteran of his liability to FIRST QUALITY "GLORlf" SMOKERS NEEDS!
the Veterans Administration, according ,
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to Rufus H. Wilson, 69s SEAMLESS Ir
N manager of the VA Regional
a. office at St. Petersburg. NYLONS TAMPA SMOKERS td4"t
I 1.25 Kodacolor P
A number of cases have arisen 59
where the veteran sold his! home Slua/i' Protected fresh by ta
and the buyer defaulted I on the ?t\, tell. FILM .
'. loan resulting In foreclosure double wrapping. 9 8
ii' and leaving a deficiency for I Ia in Bog of 25 .
i. which the veteran U liable to 85C
the VA. Wilson said. I tell. kx Sew. on Ac Typo 5av on Me Sire/
The veteran may be releasedof JOHN ROLFETOBACCO
his liability provided certain I TEK Deluxe PEPSODENT
things are done before he sells A FREE Fil b
his home, Wilson said. \ m Sleek Whit. Tooth Brush Tooth Paste

If the veteran's loan is current, ,.n ales 121. 620, 120 whA t saint
a contract should be signed by relMWe rroe.re.Il tp.e.. 7 01. Call ,
ad
him the and purchaser the purchaser obligates stipulating him-.I E ( FAST SERVICE Reg. 1,19 Fr 1 20 kl.dumeberd39c' "-_mw'- ..eI.0...... 69c

self by contract to purchase the 25x72" Aluminum
property and assume liabilityThe Weather Resistant *
FOLDING COT
GI-secured seller should
make sure the purchaser satis Aluminum Frame Wonderful Buy' ,
& MATTRESS 3 HeGiv utNr
flee the VA he is a good credit CHAISE Soothin 9, i tx To a I
LAWN rw
risk so that he can obtain a release Foothor-toft foam AQQ ALUMINUM FRAME Meieated 1I jct iewe
et of his liability, providedthe manna...*day U** v..w.. ""',,., SC99 Y pc
holder of his mortgage am bad or punt bad\-\ ....1'4, .luMI".... LAWN'CHAIR BI Rfl mfor} I
yrn the VA both agree. e,... Fi1di./ I stet ORAEix. Holds +
yrfl The seller can apply for a release Now Vohm W."IoI._'" Aly...l. EZO
from liability by sendinga .urn ....... .With Nee-Tilt Foohiro. For Chapped Ups, Coid Denture Fast All CUSHIONS
For lawn Patrol !
written request to the Loa': Sorel, Fever Blisters. Day FOR DENTURES
flLt Guaranty Officer, Veterans Administration .I FOLDINGCANVAS Poek.t A.. 59. Easy fo MO.
Rq. 69.
BOS, Jacksonville Office, ,32201.P. 0. Box I I to COT 33 'y'am 54 Fe'p'' 49

The only other safe way WU-1 Rugged convoi. 299 f'acb
son affirmed is for the veteranto OWl sturdy meld f_
arrange for the GI loan to frame. 27x72 In.- f '
be paid In fulL

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