Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00064
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00064
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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II I U.S. May Have Walked Into Cuban Trap In 'W a *C risis' I IIBy


TAD SZULC no water supply and then to It was also felt that the possibly the Soviet Union, evitable! consequence of the cials here have Confirmed The administration thought
Jfcto $!-"aIlm! .. strong. U.S. reprisals. situation warranted a new had embarked upon a new earlier approach. that it was the administra that Castro was moving toward
WASHINGTON Did the A decision taken by the public campaign to persuade Caribbean confrontation. Diplomats here who have tion's judgment that Castro a Guantanamo showdown
United States blithely walk White House last Friday night Washington's European allies The initial response aimedat analyzed the situation feel had sent the fishing boats into but he chose instead to
I into a Cuban trap and thus may mean the end of employ to stop trading with Cuba asa cutting the last remaining that in its eagerness to counter the American waters to In. set in motion a long-range
i meet Premier Fidel Caitro'i ment for most of the 2.500 matter of urgent worldwide links between Guantanamo the Cuban water shutoff vite their seizure and open maneuver which, these diplomats
wishes by hurriedly over reacting Cuban workers who commute security and Cuba was followed this with one eye cocked at domestic the door for his own reactionat contend has completely
la last week's brief daily to the base The administration However, what appeared to week' by the decision to phase politics the Johnson administration Guantanamo. misunderstood by the White
Guantanamo flare up? ordered the dismissal be a major crisis at 7 pm. out the dependents of Naval may have walked Officials here still think House conferees /
That this may have been of all Cuban workers who Friday, when the White House personnel from the base In Into a Cuban provocation dif that Havana's sudden radio The diplomats, some of
the case Is the developing be- refuse to move to the base or Communique was issued, had ordering it, ,the administration ferent from the one It thoughtit campaign for the return of whom are In touch with Havana
: lief among many foreign diplomats to spend their dollars there. officially ceased to be one at in a way, went back to was facing. Guantanamo was timed with believe that Castro was
I who followed closelythe The administration considered 11 a.m. Saturday. At that timeit Its apparent first judgmentthat Thus, they pointed out, President the fishermen's Incident so alto convinced that if he shut off
strange events of last at that point that it had a was authoritatively Indicated the Guantanamo situation Johnson and most of his relate the question of the the Guantanamo water supply
:c week In which' the seizure of major cuban crisis on its to newsmen that there was was actually or potential. top advisers, met twice at base in Cuba to the problemof President Johnson would reTurn -
four Cuban boats led to the hands, though direct evidenceof little evidence to support the ly serious. The move was seen the White House In an atmosphere the Panama Canal Zone
shutting off of the Guantana- this was rather slight earlier theory that Castro, and in some quarters as an In. of urgent crisis Offi treaty ( to Page 2, Column t)

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Heavy Fighting EruptsIn

Southern Cyprus Port I


Makeshift Armor I

Employed ,By GreeksNICOSIA

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Cyprus (W), Heavy fighting broke a
cease-fire in the southern port ot Llmassol at dawn today

and Greek Cypriots swung makeshift armor Into a

4 "*x e five-hour battle.Against the Turkish quarter Then

the British arranged another' truce. 4 ,
The shooting came as Amer. '

Ican and British diplomats pur. .
sued talks in: lcosia with the ., OpensBaffle

aim of landing ,an International r
peace fore* on-this troubled I On I

Island.Aa Associated 1.. i \ < Press cor- Cosa' 'NosfraiTurkish : gin, t

responders} '..Id. Hit _uw_ ,' flu 1 Ii
n "'-
'dead 1n a ,'f1u1
riot area of Llmassol -Th' govern +

;la the battle. He said the .launefeed a'major ofi
f conk! b"'*\latermlned only In Its battle to wipe out

'Oswald's Mother Talks To ,Newsmen ,of/Muli .gained accesses\ ); o.tba Cnaa'Rostra,

th.ww. Y"' .'*4 "..., rLev surrounded quarter. t o r I o U flmderjfc-orld
'N.wwae'erewd Ir..a. M.., Meeer.tte 0..1.. #Ntha .. Lee tr..f'.... dal after aka One Greek Dead .
I .... e.mplend. her Metmay biros 1le ._I..tlel .....$..11.. esmrshsi.i. Mh......" M...
[' vOtw.14 tM the ImprwnpN sews ........tte. tint (... ...11.... bw M* w.l a U.'*.:lnt.lUsnM .smtwhe Greek Cypriots said they investigation by
1 w.. -.H'.. t* tak. .... ......- for PmM.nt I Kmrndr's Mi.lnnti.n.. At rlsht .Is StorUnf. one dead and several Bureau of Investi
.. Grmn., ...1.... tea Weiser.IAP'Wlr.ph.nh( ,i the A British Greek military Cypriots source used has ended the skirm

mored bulldozers, an old. The government Is President..Briefs New Ambassador
and homemade armored to lock horns with the

Mrs. Work Polk Firm Gets The original cease-fire .. Nostra families that ,......"t 'Joh..... talks, ,with, Fufr.rl FrMiM.n In Mi. Whir. H.. .... hit ,,'.ht, tttot h. .._..
established Wednesday the rackets in the him to N' Mi* ".w ........."0' t. M.iictv mamas I. ....."It, .mb......., t* Columbia, end
Will Seek British troops moved in area. will tM.CMtf Thames C. Moss. mw Militant. S..r.t.ry ., Store for I..'.,-.....".... Affairs, end.
last resort to try to the office of Unit special ...1...... ,. tics ,...."....t. AP' W..,........,.
the combatants and were Attorney Robert MJ
Full TermMrs. MultiMillionSpace selves fired on. Such has been pre
are one reason Britain evidence to a federal
... surrender its police role to In an effort to se British Chief
Blanche Work, recent. international truce force. 6)$3 conspiracy In Pr.esident,
ly appointed Polk County The British said It against Cosa Nostra
Supervisor o f Registration, Contract the fighting had stopped at 11: .. I
announced today she will seek: a,m. For a time the Greek blow is aimed at
return to that post In the prlots seemed to be on the family of Discuss Ticklish IssuesWASHINGTON
Democratic primary next of wiping out the Turks Luchese, also known
May. By RONNIE matter of formal procedure The eruption of fighting a.Flnoer Brown_ The
Mrs. Work, chief deputy in Ledger Staff the lease is granted. a cease-fire arranged in Cldi.. he.j."rep; t (AP) President -edly supports the U.S. position tween the United States feeding
the registration office for 27 BARTOW The The Murphy firm will build sol by the British the rackets In Johnson and British Prime on South Viet Nam, British Communists with American
years, was appointed supervisor Murphy corporation platforms, which night. '. garment area. He Minister Sir Alec Douglas-Home spokesmen reported. wheat, but objecting to Cubans
by Gov. Farris Bryant be used In assembly of a multi-millionaire I
Gen Peter Young
MsJ meet today to discuss disarmament Sources said Johnson and being transported on British
following Hugh E. Carlton's, tow Is negotiating rocket for a moon shot, ish commander of the .
retirement early last month.In HiUsborough Port vertical assembly build- truce force, had flown to of crime for the problems and such ticklish Douglas-Home established good buses; and
announcing Mrs. Work for a lease of \ Is said to be the largest sol with the Greek Cypriot crime family also economic questions as long-term rapport in their first formal -In general, that Britain's
in the world. and loan credits to Communist countries depends on foreign
narcotics economy
re-regls- meeting despite differences on
said "Our January Tampa Naval Ship nor minister, Polycarpos
The Sicilian.born White House sources reportedthat trade, while that of the UnitedStates
tration figures-far exceeding that the firm can More Facilities Needed gadjls, to talks to the the talks between the two such delicate problems as trade does not. I
la was always protelt-
any previous experience its third major said the steel fab batants. with Communist countries In
this Murphy < with crime leaders Wednesday went ex- He also repeated the British '
such programIndicate effort Is well on Cape Kennedy. work: for the plat The savage fighting of State came to Luchese, the tremely well. general, and especially U.S. re- view that a lean and hungry
all-Important Frank M. will\ be done "mainly Undersecretary of the other Cola The prime minister end Foreign sentment over the British sale Communist Is more dangerousthan
Its way toward completion dent of the firm, he made it Ball again met with '
Tampa, families in this area Secretary Richard A. Butler a fat one, a thesis which-
to now conalderthe the to of $11 million worth of buses to
permitting me disclose Makarlos in an attempt
that "we are not cur Genovese Carlo told Johnson and Secretaryof London believes-supports Brit.aln' -
question" of the upcoming new contract for operations at the his approval of an Joseph Bonanno and State Dean Rusk that the Cuba. ,r I insistence/ on free trade
campaign. assembly building plant. We need (Turn to Page 2, Column Miranda. British government wholeheart- This topic, informants said, with the Communists'
Voting Vital Cape., working facilities." was disposed of quickly when

"I have long recognized and the However.sub-contract he did' The Murphy corporation the prime minister did not con
Into the
space <; ,
felt the responsibility of 'myduties rison Knudsen the Sa. .t r'" ceal his annoyance over Ameri- Time-Travel
this, office, firmly by building .ft," :
In is for *
Hardeman j ,.> .. can criticism of the sale
believing the effectiveness of million dollars" (Turn to Page 2, Column) 'f >) Device To Be
He reported as having
our governmental system rests bring about a :,:, .. Released SoonThe
ly told Johnson
the to :
in voters going to polls payroll during ?
make known their opinionsand months. Feed -Britain, while barring the Ledger's giant I Decade
desires and being acutely Murphy Indicated City I" export of strategic goods to For Decision Edition
aware that registration is the gotiations for Communist countries, intends to to be published Saturday
first step in .that essential cating facilities". 17.181'a Dealer Dies carry out peaceful trade with March 28, will bea
voting process. yard have ; sort of time-travel device
"The ever-Increasing! importance where it is. now In CrashOrmond ; '.". themThe British are at a loss to through which readers -
and complexity of the i understand the difference be- can get a glimpse of
job of Supervisor of Regis. l "'I s. the Polk County of the future
tratlon-partlcularly now that I Randolph Harrell.\ d as. seen by civic
of Hand Feed r Showman Filly business and Industrial
(Turn to Page 2, Column 4) Inc, of Lakeland was he r 4 w a leaders of the county.

late this morning when R'a Rose Is Making Leaders in all communities
pick-up truck collided with 0 In the county basing
semi-truck on U. S. High- their predictions on.the
Amusements .. :: 27 10 miles north of $10,000 An HourNEW gains of the past decade,

Bridge ...._... City.Harrell "r b1ri will tell what they expect
SS, lived at 812 S. P" "" YORK (AP-Broadway the county to attain In the
Business News Ave., in Lakeland. ht ; rr showman Billy Rose has been next decade.The .
Comic. ............. Florida Highway Patrol : .t ?v making $10,000 an hour every special edition,'the
1 Classified ...... E. R. Fletcher said t hour that the New York Stock first of The Ledger's Sat
Crossword accident happened when Exchange has been open since urday morning editions
was driving his truck Oct. IS, 1963 his press agent estimated may be ordered from
Deaths ............. .
on U.S. 27 and attempt- Wednesday home delivery carriers,
Dear Abby.... a left turn Into a private His holdings in American news dealers and The
Editorials ....... huge circulation office.
leading to an orange N Telephone A Telegraph C4.. Ledger's
Fulton Lewis New York Central and Pennsylvania -' The price Is 21 cents
Horoscope ....... Horace Hines of Winter Ha railroads have risen' S4 for a single copy of the
RadiC) TV... driving a semi-truck be- Lakeland Man Killed In Crash million in value in recent giant edition or five
Hated, told the trooper copies for one dollar. Additional
............ months
Sports be, was in the process of Ormand R.nrfolph H.rr.11, ,...,.....t .f H.rr.11 reed S.*,.. Inc, ... tiled when this Mm)- His' long term profits In AT&T details and a
Weather ........ passing the truck driven by track ..111"." with hu pickup track 10 mile Mirth. .f H.I.... City .n U. S. Highway 27, Th. In which he is the largest indivIdual bandy order blank are onP"dT ,
Women's .-..... and could not avoid a 4rir.r al skis track, H.rac. Hi.... .f Winter H.... wes not ,Infurad, ,In this m.minf's cr.th. Lcdgtr( stockholder, total more .1J iU.o.1 ","
2-Column tf Hushes). than {8 million. I
MRS. BLANCHE WORK (Turn to Page S) plan II I

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LARELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. I!, 101$ .1
Man QuizzedIn Warren Commission May Call Registration

Actor Leon Ames Others BreakInAt ContinuesTo

I More Witnesses Next WeekWASHINGTON

Held 4 Hours By Gunman SchoolA (AP) The whether one would be a Janitorwho ligence Agency who was "set up LagReregistration
of voters In
21-year-old man was being Warren commission may call reportedly saw sharpshoo to take the blame" for the slay

held at the Lakeland Police De- one or possibly two new witnesses er Lee Harvey Oswald en routeto Ing. Polk County lagging, badly In

NORTH HOLLYWOOD Calif, When Ames told the man heteen Seven blocks away Mr. partment this morning for Investigation next week to build id a sniper't hideaway shortly That the assassin "Is still at some area, Mrs. Blanche Work,

(AP) Veteran actor I did not have $50,000, the suspect Ames stopped the car for a traffic of a break-In at growing pile of evidence on the before the deadly rifle shots large." supervisor of registration, said

Ames, released after being held I told him to contact Ms partner, light and seven police cars Lakeland Junior High School. assassination of President John were fired In Dallas last Nov. Warren said the testimony of at Bartow today with Lakeland
at gunpoint for four hours In a moved In, An officer pointed a F. Kennedy 22.
Ralph Williams, and tell him to Detective W. R. Sangster the plump Fort Worth practical and Bartow at the bottom of the
$50,000 extortion attempt, come to the Ames' home for a shotgun at the suspect's head Identified the man as Thomas Chief Justice Earl Warren Marguerite Oswald, motherof nurse was useful "in some respects

laughed it off business conference and he surrendered. Franklin New. no address given told newsmen he did not know the Introverted ex.Marine ," but said it die' not provide list.

"I've played a !nut of these I When Williams arrived, the Police recovered the money who allegedly had recently charged<< with killing Kennedy "any facts that would The registration book win re

parts before," he said. gunman held him, Ames and his and booked Lynn Wayne Ben been released from a stat Water Cut finished three days of voluntary change the picture as we knewIt main In the precincts where they

Ames, who also Is a prominent t wife and a house guest Herbert ner, 21, of La Mirada on susplclon prison at Winston-Salem N. C testimony Wednesday by stating up to the time she testified. are now located throughout this

auto dealer his wife Christine F, Baumgarteker'SO, at gun of kidnaping and rob The break-In was discovered she believes: I The bulk of the evidence before month in an effort to boost registration

and two others were Involved In point until nearly 10 a.ni. when bery. early this morning when patrolmen May Have -That Oswald was Innocent, the commissionIncludinga she said.

the real-life drama Wednesday the Bank of America branch Also arrested was Benner' noticed a window in the but "I realize that as a human five-volume FBI report and Mrs. Work said the Lakeland

that ended with the capture of opened. wife Patricia Louise, 25, who school had been broken open. Been TrapContinued being he could be guilty. the testimony of Oswald's young registration places will\ be open

a young mechanic who had fled was waiting in. a car parked On the scene were patrolmenD -That despite lack of any widow Marina Indicates the from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays

with Mrs. Ames as a hostage. Money BroughtThe Four blocks from the Ames R. Raines A. F, Johnson specific supporting evidence the 24-year-old Marxist killed during the remainder of
She was released unharmed gunman ordered Williams home. With her was their 3- and L. W. Crow. ( From Page One) she believes he was a secret Kennedy unaided. February for the convenience of

to get the $50,000 from the bankin year-old daughter. agent of the U.S. Central Intel voters.
after police directed from a eliminating
... Drawers Opened act by reducing or Has No Proof
helicopter overhead, surrounded small denominations. She said she knew nothing of the Cuban work force at Only 15 persons registered at
the car "Bring It here by noon or I'll the plot but was booked on susMclsion New was discovered inside the base because It was the The chief Justice said the the Civic Center In Lakeland

Ames 61, plays In the "Mr.Ed" kill an three of these people" of kidnaping. the building, patrolmen said only possible retaliation. Fighting commission has received nothing Tuesday Mrs. Work said, but
he warned. He was taken to the police eta from any agency to substantiate -that was three times the number
Police Benner
quoted as
television series and say
was Ion, Put Onus On U, S.
a star In the series "Life With They sat In the Ames home ng"I: was broke. I thoughtthis Again EruptsOn the mother's belief that registering at the Northwest
drinking coffee under the watch. was a way to clear up my Sangster said several drawers This was the result at which Oswald ever was an intelligence Lakeland Improvement Association
Father, as well as many had been pried and Castro was aiming they said worked for federal the day I
ful eye of the young man with bids and have some money to open a agent or any building.' On sane
movies. the cocked pistol, untU Williams live on." box of pennies was partiallyspilled Inasmuch as it would place CyprusContinued agency 122 persons registered at the
He said the action reminiscent returned with the about on the floor. upon the U. S. the onus of county commission branch office .

of a gangster movie started -12:15.: money Found on New Sangster reported depriving the employes of ( From Page One) at Main Street and Massachusetts
when "I heard the doorbell was a small work while at the same time Avenue d
screwdriver Action
He handed over the Saturday force to keep the on Cy- No
ring It was Just after Sam. money. several Hems of girl's clearing the decks for Ha. peace During January, re-registratfoa
There was a young fellow standing He didn't say he had notified cosmetics, one translator radio, vana to rush in international pros Lakeland was only 47
police and that the place was Strike To Halt Greek Cypriot sources said In
forums for the abrogation of
there with He
a gun. said $13.53 in change and $24 in pen. Taken In cent of the number registered
surrounded officers Includ Makarlos had the per
by rejected
'Back and shut nice. the 1903 Guantanamo treaty. propoeal
up up. I while In Winter
Ing one In a helicopter over All NAL FlightsMIAMI The Castro strategy diplomats but the continued negotiations In December
"He said, 'This Is a holdup' Whet total was
questioned the January
head. by Sangster said appeared to be lent some hope that the Race Suit Haven
and a kidnap. Don't try anything his December
of the
morning New said he did 84 cent
funny. The gunman had Williams tie (AP) National AirLines not know aimed at freeing Cuba from Greek Cypriot leader would I per
Ames' announced it will anything about the In- all remaining ties with theGuantanamo modify his stand. Ball postponed registration.
"I couldn't believe It. lIe said mouth ankles and wrists, today cident. The Investigation will TAMPA-No definite action
one false move and my wife then locked Williams and Baum. I suspend all its operations at continue base to give her his departure Wednesday
would be dead. garteker In the trunk of Ames'' 12:01: sin (EST) on Saturday, a better case for arguing that night to continue the talks was taken yesterday during a

"He asked for $50,000 within car. I the hour at which the Air LineS the treaty is illegal. The shooting finally stopped federal court hearing on a City Feed
motion to dismiss an integration
: m p I o ye' Association will They said Castro's case to allow Ian William a British
two hours. I pretended to be He ordered Mrs. Ames to suit filed against the
I could drive him I strike the company. Mrs. Work against the U. S. presence at official to enter the besieged
sick, thinking maybe get In Williams' car aftI Polk County School Board. Dealer DiesIn
but then I realized that her National had announced It the base was relatively weak Turkish sector and bring out
the gun, er letting put a coat on over
In terms of International public local leader School Board Attorney
the Turkish Cypriot -
was silly" her housecoat and pajamas. would maintain operations de Will Seek
-- I spite the strike but said today opinion, as long as he Ramadan DJemll, for peace A Boswell and Francisco CrashContinued
allowed Cuba to derive benefits talks Rodriquez attorney for the
members of other unions had
YOUR NEW.f1c'oiie' I Full from it These benefits An Informed British source plaintiff submitted their arguments
advised that they would respect I TermContinued From Page One)
whether not (
I tha picket lines. were the dollars, once des said the Turks had been taking"a on or
perately needed, that the Cu. very bad beating" from the the' suit should be dismissedto collision, although he swerved
DEAL I "This situation compels cancellation ( From Page One) ban workers brought Into Cuba Greek Cypriots and were in Federal Court Judge Joseph the big semi-truck off the side
of the
company's pre- every week from Guantanamo danger of being wiped out. P. Lieb. unin
of the road. Hines was
announced to continue many of our communities will
ivlously plans Lleb to take
and the dollars from the The Turkish in the Judge promised
RAY BEXWALD: operations In the event of be using the county rolls for sale of water to the base. Cypriots surroundedand the motion under advisement jured.
I a strike by the ALEA" National local elections-makes it vital Cutting these ties, or having area were reported Boswell contended that Polk Fletcher said the semi truck
the said the Greeks
proudly said in a statement that Polk County have a well forced their severance, Castro source County does not maintain a"compulsory" pushed Han-ell's vehicle for
presentsthe mill-
have launched complete
The air line union qualified dedicated and cap- could some distance down the road
employee : might feel he no them. segregatedschool
able person in. this office. tary operation against before Harrell's truck overturned .
represents 1,800 agents reserva- longer be accused of continuing The radio said system. School officials
I tionlsts, clerks and porters. Con- "The 27 years I have spent to abet the American the new battle the third In as long have contended that any twice and threw the
newest tract matters at issue include In the registration office have presence In Guantanamowhen student In the county has permission Lakeland man to the ground.
at LImassol
wages and differentials for aft given I me valuable, well- he is ready to seek the many days to apply for admit No charges had been filed
out at dawn around Berengarla
ernoon and night work. rounded experience and an in. reaty's abrogation through tance to the school of his pending further Investigation.
of the
N National said it was prepar sight Into the responsibilities 'legal channels"Abeeting second largest city of Cyprui choice. Fletcher said Harrell's truck
functions and facilities The suit filed 10 loss, and he placed an
ing furlough notices for employ of the U. S, PresenceSo The fighting lent fresh urgency was by par- was a
office. who 17 estimate of damage to the
ents represent Negro
HEARINGGLASSES rlr es and has advised passengers long as the water flowedto to Ball's mission. The U.S.'
advance reservationsthat "I am asking Polk County youngsters.A semi-truck at 11,000.Harrell' \
holding the base from Cuba andso British proposals would keep
they were being rebookedon voters to retain me as supervisor long as Cubans worked the U.N. Security Council out of similar suit was dismissed death brought to

other air lines. of registration strictly there, Castro could have been the situation several months ago 15 the number of persons
Temples so slim they're hard telephone listening easy. New on the basis of my administrative accused of bad faith in de. because of legal technicalities killed in Polk County accidents
to tell from regular glasses' ,, styling Is beautiful for ladles, CATTLE AUCTIONS experience qualificationsand manding the return of the Ball had planned to leave this year. Thirteen persons
powerful Heltonshearing extremely handsome for men Wednesday night. Instead he
yet your I been killed In highway
proven performance." base because by allowing had
aid nestles inside, -and lupercomfortable.Come stayed over and held another
NOVA's ,yet amazingly JACKSONVILLE, (AP Btetdl .'. pledge, as supervisor of registration these ties he was, in a sense, 7 Polk Tickets accidents by the last day
tiny in for your FREE prleM I prevailed fct cattle conference with Makarlos this .
powerful major components :: mtrkeU WIdn.d.r. RwelpU :t to seek and apply the abetting the U. S. presence In of February last year. Six persons
are so cleverly I concealed.. descriptive book. ,m II...rkeU. 1.900 tompirM' 1.100 w.l best possible techniques to the Guantanamo. morning. have died In highway
few will be aware you even Have a Beltone electronlo \\fl 51.uph4r Claw' operation of this Makarlos I rejected the plan Left For Dinner this month.
between I
wear an aid I Convenient on. hearing checkup.It's area ... S...Ibi...,1500.9010N.Ilerr as w itandtrd and tood too00 importantJob. But with no ties after two meetings with Ball, wrecks during
the base and Cuba the diplomats -
oft telephone twitch makes ,at your : r.. utility Mid "fewMuduesisw ( Greek Cypriot sources reported.He -
"4.)410-1821. School" / said, Castro Is in a position LBJ r
t .. nul' Taught wants U.N. control over the honoring
I Bull;; >:: Ulllfle. IB 00-17 do.960cl.460r.cledlro.17 live to formally raise the Award Presented ; r
I utility Mid Undird Mrs. Work has ., question of the treaty AI- force. I

Belione' HEARING SERVICE s : Veal.l ri Mid BO-MOO.126-300 1b e.lnit At County for 17 years, having hough: the U, S. will not negotiate American and British special- I Seven tickets are still available -
KUllmmM tew luod M.75'M.76, late were reported in Washington to Polk County Democrats
oral 14,to-111 00 resided in Bartow IS years with him the issue mayh To'Winston PTA
Feeder ClMftft and Lakeland 19 She is to be working on a fallback interested In attending the dinner
years. a v e considerable political
StMMI toss too DUO Ibl 17 00
minium iSf>omoo.H.IIeri .tand'i:: married to Burton N Work a proposal, ordered after Ball's to be tendered President
value for Cuba
207 E. Lemon St. Ph 682.3450 r.w i>o 91 00, lmead:: 000s00:: Lakeland pharmacist. Many high-ranking officials lack of progress was reportedto
Calvei ): President Johnson and BritIsh -Beach on Feb 27
,7000.2400. medluC' 17 00.2050. A high school and business also privately expressed their
--- -
Alec Ed R Bentley of Lakeland a
Minister Sir
college graduate she holds a doubts over the practicalityof Prime lifetime membership In
member of the executive committee
certificate from the University a new public campaign to Douglas-Home. I the Winston Parent Teachers
for the President's Dinner
of Florida and taught for prevent western trade with The government radio assert- Association was awarded to
said that reservations
five year. in Polk County uba. Their view Is that it ed that 20 Turkish cypriots were maybe Mr. Percy Phillips at the annual
made him
by contacting
elementary schools. cannot succeed and the ad. killed in Wednesday's fighting Founders Day Program
Rep Ben Hill Griffin Jr., of
for the castle at LImassol and
mislead the
Mrs Work is a member of ministration should not Frostproof. Tuesday night at
the First Methodist Church in the public opinion to the that Greek Cypriot casualtieswere Phillips is a charter
Bentley said that about 15
1 t flUBQlPH'S' Iribeflftibte Price! Lakeland and taught Sunday contrary wounded.one dead and several Polk County Democratic leadersare member, a past president and

School for more than 15 yearsin expected to attend the din served as treasurer of the organization

Bartow and Lakeland. BURNING ISSUE ner, which Is being sponsored for seven years.

Chosen Lakeland' "Womanof The Bunsen burner widely by the Democratic National I The life membership pin and

s tic the Year" for 1961, she is used in chemistry laboratories, Polk Firm Committee and the Floridademocratic I scroll was presented by William

t* rt.Nl a charter member of the was named for Robert Wilhelm Congressional dele W. Read principal of the Wins-

lakeland League of Women Gets gation. ton school.
Bunsen He lived from 1811 un- Space
0000e Voters having served two
HI.FIDElITY,4 SPEED til 1 1899.
terms as president. She is
past secretary of the State POULTRY & EGGS ContractContinued

AUTOMATICDUAL II ; Association of Supervisors of I ( ) ttuartetf I
From Page One)
edh 4 Registration, past president TAMPA IAPI-EII market .le. toret.ll..y (
of Coordinating Council of earns ..11''" pod pro perdo..n
I turn launch pad and umbilical
Women' Organizations o t a A"W..h! Carton. tower at Pad A, Complex ORVILLE J, CASON eral Hospital after an Illness of

Lakeland and of the Pilot RLie.: 2401 VI01 .49 45 .41 4ll mix m..n. ..40Mdtum K 37, and the service gantry for Orville J. Cason 86, died yesterday several months. She was a na

Club and is serving for the Small Jlol 11 ot :JO45 37H-38Hmo.mo.: :41 7H the Gemini Rocket at Com at his home at 602 Griffin tive of LaGrange 111, and cameto
second time as president of Kill of exceptional quality 3.4 oenUWholeJ.u'np'rlc.on'rxiultrf plex 36B.Murphy. Road. He was a native of Lakeland 18 years ago from

the Business and Professional picked first went into Kansas and came to Lakeland 30 Chicago. She was a retired social
Women' Club of Lakeland.She UB. at larml: Hem. heart S lb< up.no after train- worker and member of
retiring as a
aalei 4a.-5 Ibi., no business as an engineer and years ago
t is also a member of the ales.ni, ..d'b.'ll I'.P.lb,\: .otheri- ,.Ibi.no laleitported .06h builder for the phosphate In man with the Terminal Co. Railroad the Episcopal Church.
Polk County Democratic vela\ ,, to dreailn dustry of Kansas City where he She is survived by a sister-In.
/ Woman's Club the Sorosis =nlan' 1 seat hlahOP: .:=. .... 'was employed for 48 years He law two nephews and a cousin,

Club and the Crickette Club _. ,_ was a member of the First all of Chicago.
INCLUDIO FREE of Bartow and serves on the ." O .,.'il Christian: Church and Masonic Funeral services and burial

I I SPINDLE board of directors of the Polk Lodge 546 AF&AM of Kansas will be in Albion, Mich. Heath
45 RPM County School for Retarded City. Funeral Chapel is in charge of

v,; Children and the Polk Countyunit \ \ He Is survived by a grandson arrangements.
I of the American Cancer William Raburn of Dallas anda

I z Society. great-granddaughter. ARTHUR C. HOPKINS

5 I I I She has been an active Funeral services will be heldat Arthur C. Hopkins. 76, of S02

; x worker in TB Association 7 o'clock tomorrow night at E. Orange St., died last night at
J the Gentry Morrison Funeral Lakeland General Hospital. He
s fund raising and -ray pro
grams and with the Cancer Home chapel, with burial In was a retired engineer who

I Crusade March of Dimes and Kansas City. came to Lakeland last month

/ Heart! Fund.Warrants. I from Detroit.
J MRS. SALUE ANN HEARD He Is survived by two sons

+ : r Mrs Sallie Ann Heard. 77. of Robert of Detroit and Neal of

) INCLUDED LOOM t Providence died at her home loseville, Mich.; a sister Mrs.
ALSO Issued yesterday. She was a native of Anna Harbeck of Hayward.

10 TOP HIT DURABLE Jackson County, Alabama, and Calif; and nine grandchildren.

RECORDSCOMPLITI PLASTIC For: Overtime v' v came to Providence from Pis-, Funeral services and burial
lorf +' gab Ala. in 1949. She was a will be In Detroit Friends may

t ROLLERS member of the Baptist Church.I call at the Gentry.Morrison Funeral -

13.PC. ENSEMBLE Parking Notices 1r She Is survived by a son, Home tonight from 7 until -
William! D. Heard of Providence; 9 o'clock.
"Tilt-out", Twin-Speaker, Hi-FI, I four daughters Mrs. Forestlne ,
phono In an all wood cabinet for rich 95 Warrants were issued againstsIx Underwood and Mrs. Mattie Un- -- l -
Automatic 4-speed changer persons yesterday by derwood of Plant City Mrs. Emma 1HOI\HTott, .
raffle division of the Lakeland
Smith of Columbus Ga., ,MEMORIAL. "OMEti.
with balanced tone arm plus tone $49 Police Department for fallingto '
and Mrs. Myrtle Kay of Chattanooga '
overtime parking ., k ;
report ..
control. Included free a
and volume : N. otlces. Tenn; three brothers 'If!MIU..U., .

45 rpm spindle, records and Roll George Shrader and J a m e i ....

About Stand! Money Capt. Frank Hustm, head ofthe hrader, both of Pisgah. and' -......, ..;........""' .
Down division said warrants had Robb Shrader of Chattanooga; :

been Issued for: a sister Mrs Frances Heard

E. L. Vann, 1305 Sunset Ave., of Pisgah: and 21 grandchildren
for 14 overtime tickets. Bond Funeral services will be held I AMBULANCE
will be 10:30,
$19. tomorrow morning at
,totilYSNIENT WEititLY 'OR. :MON"H V' E Mt; Ralph Penn 2509 New Jersey o'clock at the Dukea-Steen Funeral -I SERVICE :

Road for 21 overtime tickets. r Home chapel with the
Bond will be $26. Rev. G. V, Underwood, pastor ofthe .t yarn phew ..n.| I
1 109 I. MAIN ST. Morris L. Parker. 3010 Atlanta Freewill Baptist Church of .very hour o>f MMigHl

Ave., for 14 overtime tickets. Eaton Park officiating Burial and "a,.

Open Monday & Bond will be $19. will be in New CemeteryIn
P id HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mm Virginia Redmond kit, fIat vice
Friday Evenlngi D. F. and M. V. McConnell Pisgah.
'ratidont. one triMurar .f First Fodoral S.vngi! end LMH Aueci.
Till 2605 Jonila Ave. for 26 tickets.
9 Nee occoptl PIsC..8 .1.......' coke from Mn. A".ie! UighSallloni
Herman T. Martin 1011 E. ,...Id."t .! Pint '......1. at toromonlot rodoy .....kl". Mrs. Maude Hayes Young 78, 417 N. Moss. Ave.

Main St., for 18 overtime tickets. the Lokilond. financial Imtitvtioii'i 30th .",,'.._.,., IL...*.. .net* of 820 E. Palmetto St.. died Phone MU 62131I

Bond will be $21 hy Perkins). Tuesday night at Lakeland Gen-

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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation :Io. '
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STATION .....L. Charleston ............ 51 43 Memphis ............. 51 44
Miami ................ 69 57- Chicago .............. 39 32 Milwaukee ........... 38 28 t '.
Jacksonville ........... 53 39 Cincinnati ............40 30 Mpls-St. Paul....... 40 25 >
Key West ............. 69 60 Cleveland ....... ...... 40. 30 New Orleans .......... 68 56 i > "Mlcritayc"cocktail
LAKELAND .......... |t tt Denver ............... 34 14 New York ............ 41 30 I S
Orlando .:............ 65 44 Des Moines ........... 34 23 Omaha ................ 37 20 4 t7ll4 r tables
Pensacola ............. 57 52 Detroit ......:........ 39 31 Philadelphia .......... 38 17 ( :
Sarasota .............. 68 48 Fairbanks ............ 34 24 Pittsburgh ............ 38 27 BROTHERS ,r:'
Tallahassee ........... 58 33 Fort Worth ........... 58 41 St. Louis .............. 39 35 ..... comport at $176 to $220
Tampa .....:.......... 62 50 Honolulu ............. 82 70 San Francisco ........ 63 49 "' .n OPIAT lto" '
W. Palm Beach ....... 68 59 Indianapolis .......... 41 31 Seattle ................ 42 37
Juneau ....,.......... 37 29 Washington ........... 39 22 sale: flour S88
Atlanta ............... 44 37 Kansas City .......... 40 31 BAROMETER :: ,,,alts'
Boston ................ 33 28 Los Angeles .......... 67 47 7 a.m. 30.07 I p.m. Wed. 30.19 it.
'' Beautiful tables from the "Montreaux" collection by Heritage,
,3f ""
r C A2Etr al "'' rY __ now at olmost unbelievable savings! Each Is a graceful design

f t beautifully finished!

-- r .40' did. round, with walnut top, antique
Q white and gold bast compare at $209
Mltl; $It.
i -f.h.
22x64" walnut lop, with antique! whit and
cold bat comport at $220 Mitt
1 C. ii>.

,: t, 22x64' walnut top, fruitwood finish .
p compare at $200 sets $11.
t S d, 20x56" walnut top with ontlqu whit end
1 "ac gold boi compart at $176 itIit

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A warming trend wes ..,*'**' hi continue ever much .( FlerM te.., but celdef, tempercrtiresr I I .
predicted for ".rth... sections .f fire stere ...Iht. Heavy ...", M.....rln| up .e si> Inches .
in semi spots, hit seven ...1"........ ...te. mitt .heeded lure .*. OM v.n., end Mm. sections .f ....
north ..st tede*. Rein wes forecast f., the Gulf end middle ArlsmHt ...t... (AP Wlrephote). S

Wecrtfiercast ;

Partly cloudy skies and mild .
temperatures are ahead for .F '1' t.
Lakeland through tomorrow, M '
weathermen said today. 4tt
Southeasterly winds will blowat r.ev. a air '; / .f ::1-,
8 miles an hour tonight. Increasing ZONE FORECASTSA :
to 8 to 14 miles an hour : Mostly cloudy through ...risesr t J .;" '. .
'tomorrow. Increasing humidity Friday. Scattered showers tonight ,..
was expected.The Low tonight 38 to 44. ;/ .
maximum temperature B-C-D Cloudy with occasional
here yesterday was 61 degrees rain tonight and Friday
the minimum this morning was Warmer tonight with a low tonight ,' .
46 degrees, and no rain fell at mostly in the low fifties.
the city hall weather station Turning colder Friday and w.

Friday night. t early American tables
The more than 700 foreign EFGPartly: cloudy to
students from 53 nations at the cloudy through Friday. Occasional H
University of Miami representthe rain Friday. Warmer solid cherry or maple
second largest group of for- tonight. Low tonight 55 to 62. 55, v
eign scholars in all universitiesof Southeast and south winds 10 )
the south. At last count the to 20 miles per hour, becoming .,.. oatie..O compare ot 39.95 to 49.95 .
University of North Carolina variable Friday.
was less than a score of students H-I-J-K: Partly cloudy: and 6jjale'; fjoiir ."
..r ahead of the Coral Galas. mild through Friday. Low tonight I The per capita use of paper in choice 24
institution in the sixties. the United States takes the wood
growth from about three quar-

ten: of an acre of commercial j' Authentic colonial styled tables, so perfect for your early
Four Boys Foil AttemptTo American decor !
I now at extra:big savings Quality constructed

Dynamite FEC RailsCAPE Guerrieri Louis R.M.D. tifully finished.In a choice of either solid cherry or maple. each beau

Announce the Moving of
KENNEDY (APAn freight trains Into Merritt Island Mtas' Furniture
hit office to
attempt to dynamite a freight with construction materials.
train of the strike"plagued Florida !' All construction halted when 1927 S. Florida Ave. .

East Coast Railway four was workers refused to cross resumed the For the' Private Practice of 1>n.4,__ ._W6"_ I 1 ....,"'."..'"........... w."" """" mtl ._ .__.. """; .. "',"lRiIIW A
foiled Wednesday night by picket lines but was
boys. i after a federal court temporary Neurological Surgery

The youths were walking along injunction was issued Tuesday. Hours By Appointment
the carrler'a main tracks when, A hearing Is scheduled at Orlando
Phone 683.1873
they discovered 45 sticks of dynamite today on whether to extend
hooked to a rail. They the injunction.
dismantled the charge minutes iT.j---TI-ffiT i'1: ; ClCCC caCll : cc 1 }. e
before the IOU t h-bound traIn

passed.unaware The of its train close whizzed call with by, WHAT IS A "CONDOMINIUM?"

The Identities of the boys were Some frequently asked Questionsand

withheld. their Answers
Deputy Lelf Larson of the Brew,'
yard County Sheriff's office said Q 'Whit don Cn-d*>min>lum ownership meant r
was electrically I
the dynamite would'' A Condominium It a plan of ownership, applied to multi-unit
wired to the track and apartment buildings, whereby, each apartment purchaser
have exploded under the locomo owns Title to hit own oportm.nt. Ai In the purchase of a
tive's wheels. house or any other real estate, buyer receive a WarrantyDeed qM
and Title Insurance Policy. In addition, buyer owns
Boys Act Fast i hit proportionate hart of the' community land and focllit, .ei.
"If the boys had not Q. How don thie. differ frem ce-eperehveF
their quick action, somebody I
might have been killed," Larson A. In the usual co-operative plan' all the' "buyer" owns It a
membership-chare In a corporation which owns the apartment .
said building and the land; and In token of his member-
The incident was the latest In thip-share he I. permitted to occupy on apartment ownedby
a series of violent acts directed the corporation, of which he ,It a stockholder.

against the railroad during a Q. Why le Cendemlnlym ewnertkip. .."..,
strike 11
yearlong by nonoper-
sting unions. :' A. .If the co-op corporation falls to pay Its mortgage payment,
last Sunday, an FEC freight or its taxes, or It otherwise, In debt stockholder might
find hit share worthiest, or saddled with additional ......-
train was derailed by dynamite
tents, and he might be obliged to vacate hit apartment if
north of Miami. The line is operating the corporation it foreclosed against
with nonunion labor and' special sale! ccirc-frcc casual furniture for Fforicfri!
supervisory personnel. j In a Condominium each Individual apartment Owner
la Wednesday night's incident,] may place hit own mortgage on hit own apartment. If he
chooses, but he It liable only for his Individual' obligation
the dynamite was placed on the' and only hit own to.... H* It NOT responsible for the defaults .
track about five miles north of of the developer or of the other apartment ownert
Titusvllle and about 15
from government-owned where the FEC tracks spur track Joina 1 Enjoy the safety and security of Individual 5-ft. California redwood king-size 4-pc. aluminum

leading into the Merritt Island Condominium ownership of barbecue set patio
Moonport area of the Cape Ken I group
nedy launch complex.
Work Protested LAPLAND compare ot 29.95 compare at 39.95

Facilities are currently under!'
construction there to launch astronauts b.BP.PI' 22.88
to the moon. I' I'I'I sale sale! 29.88Mode
Earlier this week, railroad union
pickets ,appeared at Cape, I
Kennedy and Merritt Island line's to'' Soles A9ent for Florida living a big, rugged weatherproof Lightweight aluminum constructed deluxe king-size

protest movement of the 1600 lake Parker Drive, West, lakeland set including 5ft. table and two matching! side benches folding 7-web chaise lounge, plus three. king-size! choirs
I All durably constructed of heavy 2-mch California red a terrific value ot a low low price. All pieces fold
De Gaulle Plans Telephone : 686.5J91 wood for easy storage.

Argentine Visit Salts office end model epartment, beautifully i 6-FT. SETS ALSO AVAILABLE . 25.88

furnished by Mother .f Lakeland

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina open every day from 10 a.m. fo 6 p.m. Mass' Casual! Furniture
AP) President Charles del
sulle probably will visit Argentina for your inspection.

September or October 1 fir 2 Bedroom Apartments, 1. 1 /a & 2 Baths NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY
of five French
a delegation
I From $9,950 and $45 Per Month
deputies said today. The French 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORELJ.
resident also plans visits to: Another superb. weferfrent Condominium penmen ;
Mexico Martinique and other' development by Irvine Z. M... > Asseeiotet I
atin.American countries. )! II I


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday Feb.>> IS 1 Respectfully Refuse To Answer On The Grounds That My
Goes '
Testimony Might Tend To Incriminate Everybody!


With Power In

The Power Of I Ilip I Ar

I Family Of NationsBy
TIlE POWER of advertising in this

free American society of aggressive

business enterprise is being given emphasis -
this week as the AdvertisingClub C. I. SULZBERGER

of Polk County takes note of Advertising < den( U jorkdimes
Week.In LONDON Sir Alec Doug
Recognition .
Polk County the advertising pro- las-Home's Washington visit

gram of magnitude that Is directly related an reminds us that Britain Is our

to the people of this area is the .r closest overseas ally whose
relationship survives
citrus advertising program that has for special N
all trlb 1atlolll.
been vastly enlarged and intensified the / ,
Without us the artificially
during recent years. contrived community'' of the
In citrus advertising or in other
United ICIngdom'and Its trading -
kind done scale the vital
on a major
commonwealth would face
role has in the economic .
\., disintegration. And the British
vitality of our nation is immediately
are our best allies because p k
clearly discernible. of they speak the same language,

We Americans live in a country have similar political and

where advertising has become one of w commercial traditions art

the biggest of business enterprises and brave determined and Infinitely

at the same time polished off into a ,and, smarter than they sometimes

fine art. cue to look.

High-tension creative competitive One has only to regard coincidences C. L. SULZBERGER
ft of London and ,
4 denying their own shibboleths.
ty Washington policy to see how Together such contradictory
I A Hefty clever the British are. When
prejudices foster a kind of IncIPient
Britain disliked the Idea of chauvinism
at our ex
LAWTON CARVER was a memberof Joining the European Common .

The Ledger news staff back in the Market Washington also disliked pense.la Brltlan's adjustment to

1920s, a jovial talented, hardworkingyoung lot It. When Britain reversed contemporary. charms there
fellow of abundant versatility Its attitude, American policy -
Is an odd paradox In her viewsof
who was obviously cut out for newspaper shifted. Skillful British prop the two superpowers. The

work. aganda against France dropson British tend to like us politi

He pointed himself in the directionof Voice of the People fallow U. S. ground. And cally more than emotionallyand
Britain achieved the remarkable
the big-time circuit and eventually feat of to dislike the Russians
landed a job with International News supporting our politically while being fascinated -

Service in New York. HKawraiThis Is The Ledger's Opinion Page nuclear to a policy national while deterrent hangingon ala total by them strangements emotionally.The of.

But we had no idea his versatility De Gaulle and freezing our the Russian character and its

would put him in the job he recently : nit erflterlel ".. ."." the i ew ,.,.,'. ewn .,1..10... .. metror el current Inter** In MM pet project for a NATO mixed fierce rhythm have a certain

assumed He is the new Prudence .....1 .. ...... l It w.Ie..... tfce opinion, of reefers In the Voice ef the People Cel..... Letters .... manned atomic fleet. appeal here while American

Penny of the New York Journal-Amer- .,..... end leer the ""Ite,'. .dd...., kvt ...res will .. withheld upon ......... A letter .10.... net dismissed characteristics are frequently Thus
ican writing a food column that is ... 250 wet*, end peerry cemtet .. ..... The ....... ....".. .... right .. refect .*, letter e* BRITISH policy has vacillated one can sense as the vulgar.reaction of,
finding great favor with readers.He .... It. 0pIa''''' ef c.I....... end ether. contributor, eppeer elsewhere en Hilt ,.... since World War II but a London audience at the

the Implementation of that cheap but effectively savage
succeeded Hyman Goldberg as ceiving prompt medical aid by your mind and be very glad policy has been brilliant. BrI- attack on atomic warfare In
Prudence Penny, and if the readers of Shameful vandals continually stopping to pay the extra for an auto tain must reduce pledged the current movie "Doctor

his column think that the Prudence the train. When the train final- license and give a fishing license NATO troop strength to damp. Strangelove," describing global

who writes it is a prim and petite little Behavior ly reached Lakeland she was free. And also a lot of en explosions in Africa and catastrophe by American

woman, they ought to go and have a carried the length of several people that are depending on mistake.
look at him.Carver After attending cars by a group of Negro boysto tourists wouldn't go hungry. THE RUSSIAN prime minister .

now 59 years old, weighs in : Florida State Fair via the help get her to a hospital have The to rent pay Is sewerage high we, even garbage FtJf1lttt tJIlaJn.. In this cartoon melodrama
special train I feel Is drunk and his Washington
at 228 pounds and looks as rugged as sooner and water which we
a shaggy mountain goat. protest the shameful Of the many Negro children think should be up to the prop Asia properly taming our envoy a spy.Is But dominated the AmerIcan by .
of teen-agers and stu aboard I did erty owners. So don't bite the
not see any who gratitude for help in Iranqulllzlng -
He weighs a lot than a Nazi madman American
more pounds of Lakeland. The train did not behave properly while hand that's feeding you.
an world. Nobody lavish buffets
when uneasy generals are
he was hustling up Lakelandnews which should have been from my observation about ISO Pent t
JOHN P. DOYLE mentioned the fact that are served In the
for The Ledger. Obviously while ing excursion for all stu per cent of the white students with conscription Britain need Ion war room to gum chew

putting on that additional poundage he and adults alike, became were involved. in some hooliganism. not have discounted NATO ing strategists and a nuclear I

learned a lot about what's good to eat 11102"I the return trip a wild orgy however A started few ringleaders the whole, ProposesSolution commitments. bomber heads off to disaster

flying seat cushions drink. thing.If While struggling to reinterpret with a crew furnished with I
cups, and squirt guns. their destiny the British Bible Russian phrase books I
I from torn cushions parents, school officials depend frankly on our vigor, and nylon stockings.
and churches of Lakeland
The Rollins A permit t
,, pen ripped open with understanding and benevol- This reaffirms warped tmpr4ssions -
:1' were ankle-deep' In such things to recur then EDITOR: Instead.of the city ence. But they cannot always of an ifncouth. unsteady -
DR. HAMILTON HOLT was a magazine !: Eva [ cars, and the train was my wife from and I.northern as winter state visitors having to worry with the problem disguise an undercurrent of United States on which
a of where to build the
resentment that we nave superseded Britain moat, alas rely. Resentment
editor and publisher before he became to a shuddering stop will make certain we do not return City library, why don't them .u western at the successor is
president of Rollins College at times by brake vandals levers.pull\ to Lakeland. the commissioners Just turn champion and mistress of the natural and endemic In a

Winter Park nearly 40 years ago. take emergency who were stand DISGUSTED the whole thing over to the seas. This Is human nature country that has been dispossessed -

So it was perfectly natural for him were thrown against seats Downtown Development out and. on the whole, shows itself from fame.
fit? with astonishing restraint. Jealousy is a normal psychological
to hit upon the idea of publishing a compartments by sudden
stop 'Don't Bite Maybe they can set up a Britain's Inherited wisdom phenomenon. There
magazine at Rollins. He decided to
"Read and Shop" program remembers how this little was vivid anti-British feeling
and the few
make it an animated magazine and"publish" aboard were unable peace to that will be of as much valueto island fought France as a coalition In the United States when amat.lve
it as the feature of the institutlon's with the roving bands of The Hand. the city as the "Park and leader a century and a British empire existed
annual founders' week.It who walked back and Shop" fiasco. half ago. Although It cost her ; but It tended to die with
hit through the train looking EDITOR In reply to "Tax They might even waive one 700 million pounds and she that empire. And even when It
was a from the start and he
will trouble. Officials and train Weary," there are close to 14 day of overdue book fines for helped finance European recovery did exist It was unable to
kept it at a high level of quality until who enlisted help from million tourists coming to every $10 you spent In one of afterwards, she man exert Important political in-
his death years later. Whenjie died were Insulted and Florida every year and the the stores. aged to double her export fluence on major U.S. policy

people wondered what would becomeof while trying to money they leave and spendIn They could keep the books trade and triple her revenue. decisions.
the Animated Magazine. It has been the screaming melee. the state Is nothing to In that architecturally decora- To English eyes, events fol. The same will be true of
sneeze at. tive frame structure lowing the last world war British policy decisions, whether
continued with great success. parents and school of If all these tourists were to on the northslde lot, 'and show similar results-for the under Tory or labor govern-
of Lakeland would
To the campus each year to serveas their chil cer change their minds and go to patrons could read In their U.S.A. ments. Something strong binds

contributors to the magazine Dr. to never ever permit ride another fair Texas, California, Arizona and cars (after they're rushed to the transatlantic cousins. But.
other states, there would bea MANY Englishmen pine for Sir Alec might tactfully remind
Holt lured a galaxy of famous people, if they knew what went the nearest tftort to buy
lot of people out of work enough merchandise to allow lost prestige and power and us that great powers
In train
individuals of national and interna- compartments.
and a lot of motels, hotels resorts them to park plus enogh ex- resent its transfer across the are always unpopular as Britain
tional renown in many fields of endeavor and the statement of train of and rooming houses that tra to permit them to check ocean. Some Tories dislike our found by her own expel
there Is not likely to wouldn't be doing anything, out a book) and no one would ,form of society as a kind of ience. A nation worthy ofgreatness
another fair special. and the stations would be egalitarian purgatory unquali- must learn to ignore
The next issue of the magazine will the gas have to go to the expense of
lady suffered an appar doing very little and there fied for the leadership thrust unpopularity and do what It
building a library anywhere
be published Sunday, Feb. 23, and presumably heart attack during the would be fewer trains or buses upon It. Some British socialists believes right. Popularitycomes
will be an outdoor event, as feather > throwing running.I SHOPPING CENTERSHOPPER.NOW dislike the fact that American later- in the history
the other Issues have been. on and was kept from re- think you would change capitalism works so well books.

This time, as in the past, an Impressive -

roster of famous people will take

part General David Sarnoff, chair-

man of the board of Radio Corporationof the Gathering Tempest Calls For Action !

America; Dr. Henry T Heald, president -

of the Ford Foundation; Ambassador -

Thomas C. Mann, Assistant Secretary .
of State for Foreign Affairs; Sir By ARTHUR KROCKN.faTJarlEuti : been neglected In this political ACCORDING to one of these her of the Incumbent presi minish purchasing power wipe
} ,. maneuvering. observers, just returned from dent's immediate family has out personal savings and reduce
Harold Mitchell lecturer the
on Hispanic-
ASHINGT N The trou Brazil eliminated Goulart's active
to Washington the
American affairs at Stanford; G. T. of the United States in THE MASSES have been attracted situation and political Is leftist brother-in-law. Leonel corporate working capi
Willey,vice president and general man Caribbean are present and by ever-Increasing gov u follows: prospect Brixola Recent defeats of leftist tal. Though there Is as yet no
requiring the Immediate ernment ownership of the <:ommunlst nominees in local serious Industrial unemployment
of the Martin has
ager Company that a "The main candidates for
which the gov-. means of production and this elections encourage the be- the national product is I
big plant outside Orlando employingmore Is giving to them. has Immobilized organized opposition presidency are former lief that a candidate dedicatedto falling toward a point where
than 10,000 persons; and Senora there is a growing pros by the Industrial and president Kubitschek Governor political stability would be
of trouble in the western commerlcal groups by making Lacerda the state of chosen president In 196S: if the this will occur. There have I
that unlike the them more and more depend- Guanabara and Governor de election U held as scheduled. been five finance ministers in
A THOUGHT Three things too wonderful for Barros of
are Sao Paulo. The constitutional -
30:11. posed by Cuba and end on government. The nat provision which "The fear that It won't be the last 12 months and each
to Pan-American sol- ural consequence has been a bans the election of arises from Indications that hat changed the direction of
a mernARTHUR -
and progress, cannot so ruinous Inflation In which as the nationalist-officer combina his predecessor, so that economic
be contained. usual the middle class has tion will try to push Goulart policies art.on a roller-
LAKELAND prospect Is created by been the greatest sufferer into an assumption of absolute coaster on which foreign and
alarming trend of Brazil In the opinion of some American autocratic power during 1964 Brazilian capital Is unwilling
economic and political observers the problem Is that the combination will ex- to risk a ride. Also. It is esti
that could end In how to preserve civilian gov ercise. But thus far he does mated that at least 500,000 new
: overthrow of civilian gov ernment until the election of not have the army support indispensable employment opportunities
Imperial Polk County : : : by a military regime to this assumption must be created annually to
World's Citrus Center r T_, with the extreme left and the army as a whole remains keep pace with the population
world politics or, at the JJJ; ft iii1l.4 the great protector of explosion
least Latin America legality and democracy In Bra The American on-the-spot
be wide open to the res zil. Another hopeful circumstance observer from whom this report
The LEDGER'S telephones: All of some form of alien 1965. Unless this can somehow is that due to the coun- Is largely derived believes
from which It was be accomplished they fear a try's enormous size any con- the government of the United
by the South Ameri taking-over of Brazil by a combination centrated movement, either State could forestall the
patriots of the nineteenth of the extreme nationalists left or right Is most difficultto disastrous potentially

One Yew .,. .. .... $20.10 \ and was shielded by and of the army "colo organize." by practical contributions prospect to

Six Months ..... .... $10.40 Monroe Doctrine. nels and majors" who have be- the development of Brazil that
Three Menriis .. .... $ 5.20 S 1963 a trend toward come disillusioned by democracy MEANWHILE however, the would also be visible to the
nationalism has been .
as currently practiced.The following are conditions which people. One he has proposed
In Brazil by the Goul- hope is that In 1965 the are causing concern among officials is the construction by United

,..n.h.. .fte,....... except $. ., '., sad en $Sunday administration and this Brazilian people will choose a who are looking beyond States army engineers, working
forthcoming visit from president who will have and the ruffled pond of the with
L..t..., '1.,1.. their opposite numbers
President DeGauile Is expected use the administrative ability Caribbean to a rising ocean of In the Brazilian ofa
.... to stimulate. Baslo economic required to return the country troubles in Brazil: road from Rio de Janeiro army to
and social problems have to stable conditions. KROCK Inflation is continuing to di the new capital of Brasilia.t .



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-- '- LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, F.b. 11, 1N4 I
1 Former French Colonies In No

Rush To Recognize Red ChinaLAGOS l

Nigeria (AP) methods Some 15,000 Chinese and have exchanged ambassadors .

France's former colonies In live in Malagasy. The Island and accepted technical assistance
Africa teem to be In BO rush nation has diplomatic relations from Chiang Kai-Shek.

to follow President Charles De with Nationalist China and Talk Niger, Ivory Coast, Upper Volta

Gaulle's lead In recognizing anana made an official visit to Gabon and the Central Afri-

Communist China. It now appears Formosa in 1962. can Republic have received such OLD OtDfli

that moat of the French- President Ahmadou Ahldjo of aid.On LOfl1'

oriented nations will remain the Cameroon Republic has In his recent tour aimed at

aloof, at least for the, time beta the past charged Communist winning friends and Influencing
*. Chinese Intervention in his .na Africans, Chinese Premier ChouEnLai HICKOK
st yiM1 y t The strongest opposition so far tion' internal rebellion. received a cordial welcome
has come from Malagasy President in Guinea and MaiL Theseare
Fhilfbert Tslranan who Exchange Ambassadors the only two Frenchspeaking Amer la" Most Magnificent Bourbon
said nations in West Africa .
: Despite very close ties with '
"I do Dot agree with the France, many of Its former which recognize Peking, al '" > -
French government. Recognitionof colonies on this continent act though it seems likely that the '110, y. qr$ I" It>0'1 TI"
Communist China may be In Independently. The unrest In new regimes in Dahomey and \ .
their best interest, but it is not East Africa may also Jove Congo (Brauaville) will do so. 1j( l earstmeowH /
> i In ours." served a warning against too Dahomey now has relations with '
? Tslranana found "ideological ready recognition. Nationalist China. ,. _a: fJt _J; ,');".:.:.:
lnoompatab lty" between Malagasy Many besides Malagasy have Senegal and Mall recognize NIl sis invent MWM*M.f K noa'en noun wiiuii GII.f51As
Socialism and the Chinese diplomatic ties with Formosa both Chinas

I COLLEGI PRODUCTION This Ie... b f.... Shk...*.rVs "Mldsureroe Nfehfa. D...", 1'111T11' '. -
I which WIN .. *.... .."I.h. ."4 *.*...., .t I 'clock I* tk. lr.,,Mm It Auditorium, ky tt>. VM..
I fends. *f rUr4 SH m C0.(.. win... D*_., .. Ch.......!., Ten.. Is shown .. Puck with s
V".". Niwklrk' I.., G.III, m TIt....., e...ii *f Hi. ..I..... nil wig .. Hie ....."t ...", '
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at an Incredibly low Penney price! Luxurious Dan River plaids of durable ,
SAM DAWSONAP shows up next month In their the worker.
Business News Analyst take-home pay. I And take-home pay Is set to -t! .1 100% cotton broadcloth In wanted short sleeve, regal collar model Choose
NEW YORK (AP)-"Just like For of '
most them look
on rise
a pay"raise" Is the way most I take-home amount as their real still although have to some be done Jugglingwill by from a huge array of favorite patterns 'n colors! Stock-up now!

employes are likely to greet the pay. They tend to Ignore the many taxpayers in squaring
federal Income tax cut when It'gross figure,the employer pays their final accounts with the

I U.S. Treasury. i ,
From the gross amount 167I
WASHINGTON REPORT which the employe doesn't see I

except as a token figure, the
U.S. employers withhold sums for
May Have Lost t
various city or state taxes pension Z, Mt.3

funds, Social Security .

Shirt In Wheat Deal axes maybe, Insurance union dues hospitalization and employe- \ \: WASHABLE DRESS SLACKS SAVINGS!

-- -------- savings But the or figure bond programs on the ,check; of rich, yet rugged rayon 'n acetate reverse -

By FULTON LEWIS. JR. Union leaders have informed itself, or the bills in the enve- 1, twist weave! Choose from the
WASHINGTON Has the the Administration they lope, is what many employes '
good-natured Uncle Sam lost will call for a boycott of all regard as their pay. latest, most exciting colors in favorite -
his one good shirt nuclear Russian shipments unless And when the official withholding -. 1
supremacy in an International American firms get a fair rate for federal income __ _h plain 'n pleated front

con game? shake. taxes drops from IS per cent to \ models! Waists 28 to 42, Inseams -
West German Thomas Gleason. President 14 per cent, this money-tn-hand
scientists think F.i of the International Longshore Is due to rise. ', p 29 to 33 cuffed!
he way wen men's Association traveled For many the "pay raise" will r h7

have. Afterconsider ; A i. from New York to Washington have some temporary aspects,
abI e a week ago to issue an maybe some Illusions.
research, they,' w 3 ultimatum to Robert Giles For a worker in the lowest $
'have found; Acting Maritime Administra pay brackets, the 14 per cent 7
that U. S. tor. Cleason told him: withholding will still be too for
wheat destinedfor high. And at the end of the tax ,2
"It Is very obvious that not .
the Soviet he will have refund a
American year coming + fy Y s 3f
very many sea
Union will be from the tax collector. But
men are going to get a Job
used to turnoutwesponsof he'll have to wait for the money '
out of this shipment to Run I rr
until then-u are used to
LEWIS sic We have been boycottingall I many
mass destruo Russian and '. doing right now. I
tion and possibly alter the balance shipments Still Tee Small fliv
of were prepared to boycott this
power. Russian wheat, but because I For those In higher brackets I
In a report drafted last. President Kennedy and other the 14 per cent withholding will
month by the German Federation officials strenuously recommended be too small to meet the full
of Industries, the sclentlats the wheat deal be amount due. Employes in these .. ..J!
point first to m serlour carried through we agreed- brackets, unless they ask the ; f
shortage behind the Iron Curtain -" ,providing the majority of shipments boss tq withhold a larger sum, fI
of industrial r
'ethyl aleehoi. were carried in American will have to increase the amount I
ships. That has not been payments they make in settling t4
They say that Western so. We are ready to boycottthis the difference between the total \
wheat can be turned Into industrial whole deal If the promise withheld and the estimated tax ;
alcohol and used in is not kept. due. This they declare each r i
the manufacture of advanced
NOTE Pressure has been April.
weaponry. Free World grain And this AprO the taxpayer
American labor leaden '
put on
obtained from Canadian, will be making out his returnon
who have threatened
Australian and American deal of a 1963 Income along one set of t i't:
boycott foreign ships long
ers will enable the Soviets
his 1984
engaged in the Cuban trade. rules and figuring out
to build strategic stockpiles .
up declaration along another set.
of rubber and other military Members of the International With all the help the Internal
necessities, according to Maritime Union and the Revenue Service may plan to \h\b'
the report. International Longshoremen'sUnion clear this up for the taxpayer, i r
CONGRESSMAN Bill Stln- have refused to load foreign this April's tussle witS forms

son, Seattle, Washington Republican ships recently engaged In and scratch pads may be colos ci.
says the wheat can the Moscow-Havana trade sal.
be converted Into ethyl alcohol Now that even more lucrative ,
and used as a key elementin shipments of U.S. wheat I
the mass production of; 1. are available, many foreign INSURANCEII II
Atomic bombs. 2. TNT. 3. shippers have promised not to snvictf WOMEN'S EMBROIDERED LOUSES 2 I
Poison gas. 4. Torpedo and carry Cuban goods and have White' with colored embroidery, sizes 31-38.
rocket fuel. J. Nitrocellulose been removed from the Ad- Levier Usthsw, WOMEN'S NYLON SWEATERS 250
(a major ingredient In gunpowder mlnlstrstion's so tW S. Twin. APII.. s.e-au. O
). I. Mercury fulminatea list. GIRLS' SPRING DRESSES 300
( vital compound used in the 1-- ------- Postal cottons, various styles, sizes 714. O

manufacture of nitroglycerine IOYS' SHIRTS
and other explosives). 7. TIME TO FERTILIZE Long sleeve' assorted plaids, broken sins 99" r
PETN (an ingredient used in
the production of hand.,.. Muted plolds, fully lined! broken iiI" Only 7. 500 d
nades). 8. Tetryl ("an explo- T '
s 1 T e booster charge"). I. MEN'S TROPICAL SUITS 3600
Docron/wool, pleated pants broken sizes. Only 17
DDNP detonator for
(a ammunition. L )
Stinson, one of the most s 39" lds. While It lasts! Only 268 yards 20V57V. '

impressive young members of ASSORTED lETTER COTTONS O "', 4
Congress, has called upon the iW7IIAV Prints and solids mostly' 36" wide, only 400 yds. .
President to cancel the wheat FULL Sill liD PILLOWS 200 .tzt *
deal, claiming that "our very Kapok filled non-ollsrpenle, odorless, mildew fre*. 1
survival could be at stake." HAIR DRYER WITH CASE 3 temperature settings, N trI
He has received no answer NCO year replacement, guarantee. Only 5. 141.
from the White House. ... 0 1i
Note: Cargill of Minneapolis MTjOD -i'I

m leading train dealer, will I
supply the Soviets with another
28 million bushels of

wheat. Price tag: an estimated 2-50 Lb. Bogs 2-50 Lb. Bogs ; OUR ORLON "
$ae million.
At the same time, the Agriculture 375 -325 SHRUG T
Department has arranged A

to ship $90 million 666FERTILIZER EXCLUSIVELY
worth of grain and other surplus 2 70 ITALIAN
commodities to the Polish
100 Pound i PENNEY'Ss
for I E
Reds under the Food ,4 o INSPIRED
Peace program. .v r
When the wheat deal was
first announced last fall Administration PENSACOLA BAHIA . 10 Ibs. 2.95 449 'TIL

leaders argued ARGENTINA BAHIA . 10 Ibi. 6.50 and
that It would provide loads for HULLED BERMUDA . 10 Ibs. 7.95

U. S. shippers and jobs- for' HARRELL MIXED BLEND 5 Ibs. 3.95 lYr M, L
American seamenTHE
LOADS and Jobs have pay
been slow materializing. '
of TRAY This C h a n 11 styled
promise that 50 per cent

all wheat would be carried in VALENTINE VIOLETS . 88e 1 shrug Is ours, all ours!
American bottoms has not 499
been kept. A "wshrer" was BUSHY MUMS . . ;. 1.79 x 4) The low price tag Is all
given one exporter enabling
l !
him to carry more than 80 DUCDE ROHN AZALEAS . 79c I yours Shape-keeping You con count on Penney's for an un.
per cent of his wheat in Com- l Orion acrylic .
bellevobl.lolue Ilk. this and It's
munist And those bottoms.American shippers wi ctvi SCM CHEN STAMPSHARRELL'S a bulky trim, on border. AND EVERY all trutl For |uit ".99 sink rayon
Interested in the export blouui In Outstanding print., with as*
business find port charges in i In fashion colors! MON., THURS., sorted fashion collars| They top off trim
the Soviet Union three times cotton and rayon slub woven slacks .
higher than those charged FEED STORE GARDEN CENTER FRI. NIGHTS the Important nubby look) Fabulous lav-
l other non-Communist export. 107 W. Pies St. Swtkfet S.!...,!". Cm*** Ings! 8 to IS. I



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I_ LAHEiAND LEDGER,-Thursday. Feb. 12,184_ I Ford's Wife
-- -

President's Wife Partner In All Gets DivorceIn

Bl J Phases Of White House Operations. FAIRFIELD Idaho Idaho (AP-A i l 1 JVPd

routine, 20-mlnute court-hearing

By FRANCES LEWINE being put together. ly to set her own style. ment; make some key speeches.!Wednesday dissolved the marriage -

WASHINGTON (AP) Mrs, She urged daughter Lynda Like the President, she has but not many, around the country of auto maker Henry FordII

Lyndon B. Johnson broke one, Bird, 19, to transfer from Texas been wooing the press, stressing and his wife, Anne-a mar V
rose from her bouquet for a girl]I to George Washington Unlve culture and compassion for the Press: Mrs Johnson ba.1 riage that was launched In gilt r S A H
waited a long time at an' city and help out with White known teeing style 23
airport for a glimpse of her. pockets of poverty In America many Washington reporters yean ago.
1 House hostess chorea Becaus and never missing an opportunIty for years and has e.sy'l The uncontested divorce was
"Me, too, the First Lady confided she said she knew the value of
worker to make friends on the social going friendly way with granted Mrs. Ford on grounds
to a In retraining: college friendships, Mrs. Johnson -
school who admitted he was invited Lynda'a Texas circuit. She'll continue to be accessible, of mental cruelty by Judge
nervous at a presentation ceremony. roommate to come live at the Mrs. Johnson is under play aides say, but doesn't plan any]Charles Scoggln. A year ago heissued 4 + ,
White House, too. ing fashions, up grading the informal conferences a divorce decree for
It's arts, and has joined the President press and I Margaretta Filler Murphy, who
part of the emerging pat While President Johnson fretted
will limit .
strictly InterviewsWith
In opening up the White later became the wife of New
tern of Mrs. Johnson as First the White Hou.eelectric
over House as It hasn't been since veteran newspaperwoman I York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefel
Lady. bill hi. wife fell In line
the days of Harry S. Truman Elizabeth 'ler.
Carpenter, a Texan,
with his cta. She
Varied Music Heard economy proj
and Franklin D. RooseveltThe
t made a point of flying coach u her staff director-press secretary Child Goes Te Mother
A calypso band hootenanny, popular refurbishing of ,
fare at a saving of $330 on a much family news is Mn. Ford, 44, was awarded
the strains of opera and American round-trip to New York City the White House, done by Mrs. made available. of the
custody couple's only
theater have been part of John F, Kennedy and, her fine
Own Style Set Social Calendar Full minor child, Edsel Bryant Ford,
her White House entertainment. arts committees, was to be con
Mrs. Johnson read draft after In the less than three months tinued, the Johnson promised. Social: An active entertaining 14, with visitation right by his AMERICAN IIITLIS'TO PERFORM HIM-Tie .......rlce"! I..H.., .."" rly the Arf.Hi, wi"
I father. The couple has two other ., .',Iock until ,14.h.'
draft of her husband's State of she has been in the White House, Mrs. Johnson, too, wants to calendar continues at the White Slav l a veers ."..""."t twneriww nifllit .l shc ReaneNa Cuss tnm a
the Union speech as it was Mrs. Johnson has moved swlf keep the White House as "the House The Johnsons, warm and children, Charlotte, 22, and The snap will ... tw. .h... end play for *e .4."c*. .../...laI.. Is $1 *... $I.n wit.. .feto sad
-- best face of America," a friendly and glad to shake Anne, 21. wish' ""."'H..hl,. ..,..". .wl h.nt ..........h'lI! will be tmU...f fee $1.2 she ..< 52 with' a.fed*.
spokesman for the First Lady hands, invited all the senators Mrs. Ford, the former Anne The ...... will to ,...u.l.Watson. -
REBELS QUARTET .aid, to Informal dinners recently and,McDonnell of Southampton, .
Long Island, NY., was driven
now are In the midst of a seriesof

I ALL NIGHT SING Here's Thumbnail a thumbnail Look look st men.six They receptions have brought for congress-back cottage 45 miles to from this her southcentralIdaho Sun :Valley Clinic To Hold Eighth

farm for the
I the First Lady: the receiving line the Kennedys community 'I
hearing. She returned to the seclusion
Partnership: Mrs Johnson, eliminated in favor of just
featuring busy backer-up of her husband, mingling. The Johnsons mingle, of the ski lodge. Medical Seminar March 7, I
.wt IN PERSON: 'will take on more and more too, the President kisses old "All property rights had been I
w w White House greeting chores, friends, and Mrs. Johnson, after settled bv agreement at the
The Rebus enlisting her daughters and Lyn. 28 years in Washington, remem- time of their separation last The Watson Clinic will bold Its American College of Surgeons, troenterology of the American
The StotsimtnBlackwteJ da's schoolmate, pretty Warrle! hen many, who come by for a summer," a court statement eighth annual medical seminarin a member of the French Academy Medical Association and the
as.' Lynn Smith of San Antonio, Tex.:handshake. said. No details were disclosed. Lakeland on March 7. of Surgery, an honorary Fel--Southern Medical Association.
Bret. She'll attend party fund-raising' Entertainment: Will continuein Ford Has No Comment Two hundred doctors from low Royal College of Surgeons, Dr. Buford Word, assistant
Auditorium dinners, go along on presidential the Kennedy pattern, with Innovations throughout Florida and various and a doctor honoris causa, the professor of the department of
4 City the Ford, 45, grandson of the late bstetrics and gynecology of the
trips, keep trying to get like the combinationof other states will attend. University of Paris.
LAKELAND, LA. President to let up a little on opera and hootenanny at the Henry Ford, had no comment on The program, co-sponsored by Faculty NamedDr. Medical College of Alabama, a
long work schedules.On formal dinner honoring Italian the divorce. He was In Detroit the Florida Academy of General Wangensteen will lectureon fellow of the American College
FRIDAY NIGHT her own: She'll spotlight President Segnl for a routine meeting of the Practice and the Florida Medical "gastric cooling and freezing of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Ford Motor Co. board of directors
FEB. 14th people from all walks of life; Privacy: The new First Lady, Association, will be on "The for peptic ulcer." and the American College of
continue: once-rmonth luncheons like many before her, would like of which he Is chairman Middle Years I Other members of the facultywill Surgeons, and chairman of the
STATESMEN 8 P.M. TILL t An attorney represented him at section on gynecology of the
featuring women of achieve- at least some privacy. Camp Heading the distinguished Include:
TICKETS Adults JZ.OO.-Chlldr.n und.r 12 Tie David weekends provide this I the divorce hearing. faculty which will conduct the Dr. Gordon McHardy, clinical Southern Medical Association
\OUH TICKET TO for the Johnsons as they did for Ford has been linked romantically seminar will be Dr. Owen H. professor of medicine at the Orthopedist Included

O""UATI. MaNila TEXACO MHVICt .. 1M L. .1'..... Dr. L.k...... IMP BTED FOODS other presidential families Mrs I with blonde, Italian-born Wangensteen, professor and Louisiana State University Med Dr Eugene A. Stead Jr., pro-
a KIVIL TIMCTOH CO Pl.l>* CiW, Johnson has appealed to the I Marla Christina Vettore Austin, chairman of the department of ical School, a put president of essor and chairman of the de-
Hassle TEXACO IHVICK Mv''_,, I JJuLr JaimaI i press not to trail her on private :14, the divorced. wife of a British surgery at the University of the American Gastrological Association partment of medicine at the
I e Wi.JOHDAN.., ..TV... SAL1S a MRVICB .....th.... ltt.,.;lnl C....., missions and asks the right at I naval officer Minnesota, consultant to the surgeon and the American Association Duke University School of Medl-
e WTWB DICK IOVCS Av ". .'* I MM MXSMmwcamaVIM times "to operate as a private Mrs. Austin, In New York, declined general of the United of Medical Clinics, and cine, a past professor qf medicine
i M citizen." 4 to speak to newsmen. States, a past president of the chairman of the section on gas- at the Emory University
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r School of MedicineDr.
: Harold Sofield, professor
of orthopaedic surgery at the
Northwestern University Medical .
School, consultant to the -

surgeon States, army general, air of force the and United veterans .

I ''$ administration, a past
:;1" resident of the American
Academy of Orthopaedic SUM
Lr'; : goons; a past president of the
450. American Board of Orthopaedic .
\< ; \ Surgery, and president of the t

( Chicago Orthopaedic Society. J
WARD \ '" '( Dr. John V, Verner Jr.. department t
.Jr < of medicine, the Wat- J
t. ,. .
,f \\\I\ "' .> ... '.. son Clinic Lakeland, a past associate t
In medicine and staff
member of the medical private
i diagnostic clinic, Duke University I
it \ '. Medical Center <,<
Doctors.who attend the sem

ONLY WARDS OFFERS SUCH A one-half inar American are accredited eligible Academy for hours of four General by and the I.I f



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(AP) A
'n'A1>".!1'Qt ? special legislative committeewill
f IC'-:: \ meet at Orlando Friday to
'yz __ begin a three-day study of water
a. ______ OUR BESTSIGNATURE control legislation and prob
____ The committee was appointedby
J '. \; _______ ELECTRIC House Speaker Mallory Horne
:...:.:.. .. to bring to the 1965 Legislature
'' recommendations for
"",\"h' :. ...."...:"... .. w.. At A Price of A MANUAL MODEL Florida's fresh water supplies managing to
... assure adequate quantities in
..,,,.... the future.
Green Swamp Visit Stated

: tolC2.DS..SUPI5R The lawmakers will hear two

",. days of discussions on various
d. ,. "., .11"&l,. ,. ," ..f". "
J k' > .\_ aspects of the question and Sunday
will take a tour of the Green
Swamp, the vast area in south
central Florida where most of
the fresh water in the peninsula
section of the state seeps into
the earth.
Protection of this vital recharge
area In one of the alms
of the southwest Florida Water
Management District.
Rep. Allison Strickland of Cit.rus -
County, committee chairman .
said that specialists on
r. various aspects of water control,
1'w w headed by a U. S. Departmentof

>, ti. 5 Agriculture official Harold
6 Ellis, would appear.General ,

w o \ / Motors

Told It Can'tMonopolize

tt Q NameGRAND
*Plus M.E.T.
a .
oo- RAPIDS, Mich. (AP)
i No Money Down -A federal judge told General
a Motors Corp. Wednesday it does
not have a monopoly on the

Because you expect more from Wards, we cut our to word pay"Cadillac"M1.000 to and another ordered com.it

pany defending its right to
;; everyday: low price to rock bottom to give you the GM name sought, too.to enjoin Cadillac

0 $ I Boat Co. from use of Cadillac
the biggest adding machine buywe've everoffered.Fast as a trademark, but U.S. Dist
Judge Noel P. Fox noted that

accurate-totals 9 cols., prints record on the the defendant shore started of Lake operationson Cadillacand

the name had
. paper tape. meaning. geographic

Fox ordered GM to pay the
boat company $41.000 in alter-
ney fees, holding that GM had
attempted to place an economic
burden upon "a small corporation .

117 N. KENTUCKY AVE. LAKELAND PHONE MU 2.5103 OPEN DAILY 9.5:30 FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M. ] would of be limited forced assets to yield so that to the it

unjust demands of plaintiff"

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday. Feb. IS, IN4 'If

Lakeland Senior High Band S11Q :

I To March In Fund's ParadeThe (UNUSUAL CANDIES NGIVI

i gt i 4IA
a Lakeland Senior High bands of Rochelle Senior High Sheltered Workshop for the Handicapped -
l School band which played a School for Negroes and Lake- ,United Cerebral Palsy, /
land fii' ABEAUTifUL
Southwest Junior
role High Mental Health Center '
starring In the Gatpartlla Red ''j !
parade In Tampa on Monday, U Schools. Crow, United Service Organization j//// u. t
one of four Lakeland school Agencies' Stressed Salvation Army, and Lakeland -s. I". HOlLINGSWORTH'S
musical unlta which will appear Jerard A. Kent, United Fund Humane Society. A //F HEART
In the line of march Saturday chairman, In
campaign revealed
Fund Plane call for the parade to
when the United Program
that the parade will Include 25
kicks off the 1964 campaign with unit or sections, with empha- form and to break up in the ,1. "t'al tt te
a parade through the downtownarea. ils upon the organizations which parking lot of the New Civic
participate in the United Fund Center building on Lake Mirror I
The Dreadnaught musicians Program. These organizations, From the parking lot, the parade '
have another Important date on Kent said, are the Boy Scouts II
Will around the north
move I
s the calendar In April when the Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, $
band will represent the State of Lakeland Day Nursery, Tiny side of Lake Mirror to Main
y a Florida in the Cherry Blossom. Tots Colored Day Nursery, Boys' Street and west to Florida Ave I
> f1 Festival event In Washington Club, Arthritis and Rheumatism nue, then south one block to 437 Control. Are
Saturday' parade, which U Foundation, Rose Keller-Chil Lemon Street and east to Lake
scheduled to start at 1:30: p.m., dren's Home Society of Florida, Mirror and back to the. start'] DIAL MU 3-2807
I also will present the marching Children's Rehabilitation Ranch. Ing point, Kent said.



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Soviet Farming Areas CarolineDALLAS

- oscow (AP) The dust sensible' use of agricultural (AP-Flrat-gradera
vis that plagued the United land" at a private Dallas school have
|tea In the 1930. have come Not all the three million acres sent poignant Valentine wishesto .j1.1)
[the Soviet Union, already be- abandoned bowls annually are dust Caroline Kennedy, 6-year-old
by grain and meat shortaggrlculture daughter of President Kennedywho
"Huge areas are subjected to
erosion, become overgrown with was assassinated In Dallas
Minister IvantWovchenko brush, are turned into swamps Nov. 22.The .
told the Commuimt and are taken out of larlcultur-I 44 children attend St.
party Central Committeeday ,
al use, Volovchenko said Thomas Aquinas School.A .
[ that about three mil While he did not say so, wind ,;
I Moo acres of arable land are lacy, four.foot-taU valentine -
damage U high in the arid virgin
abandoned each year in the So lands of Kazakhstan and Siberia was finished Tuesday, and l
'lot Union. that Premier Khrushchev a picture of It with the students l J\W\ USE OUR EASY PAYMENT PLANGORDON"S
"Wind and water erosion are ordered plowed up to boost was mailed to Caroline, along r
[Inflicting tremendous damageon grain production
with I:
hand-printed personal mes
agriculture he told a committee There 1s not enough rainfall .... r Fay Weekly or Monthly
meeting In the Kremlin In these areas to provide a crop sages. >*. -( "
"We must take all measures cover against the winds. This "Dear Caroline Kennedy.':'rile : / Regular $(0-DRy Charge Accour'
for the restoration and preservation was the case in the dust bowls valentine said. "We love you. SOUTH '
( of the fertility of eroded of the U.S. Southwest and High Wish we could say this in person Shopping Center ,'r Extended Budget Terms
oil Plains three decades ago but since we can't have a
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I our opinion, It is necessary Ababa became the cap- In brief, simple letters, the eRITTON PLAZA I PLAZA /r MAIL AND PHONE:
to adopt a special law ital of Ethiopia in 1889, and now children talked to Caroline. SHOPPING.CfNTfR SHOPPING CENTER f /J "' ''!RS PROMPTLY "ILL:
which would provide for the has an estimated population of Georgeann Brady, 8, wrote: j I I
[strict accountability of all departments 400000. It Is one of the ancient "I hope you are smart in first MU .8818
I organizations, collective -, nation's newest cities and the grade. I am sorry that your ,11...-. ..,.,. PS ,.1tiuES
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Thursday, Feb 1IM
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Martin Warns : c

I Test About FlightsPolk Night cDDn 3D): a, V

County resident were CHOCOLATES
asked not to become alarmed If
they should tot low flying air.
craft or brief flashes of light A delicious assortment of
from airplanes flying overhead y r Q: fine chocolates. Full pound
tonight i'" of nougats, crimes, end etc.
The Martin Company of Orlando 9a, tr
is conducting low-altitude e ONE POUND
night reconnaissance tests for
the U. S. Air Force in the gen \\\ % P r nw. w r aq
eral area of Lakeland, Orlando, \ t v s. :w Y C
St. Cloud, Leesburg and San- 99
ford from February until June. ; fit # I 9r, I
Ground Illumination experiments r

flights.will be As performed a consequence duringthe i rAV\\\\\\' HALF LB. 59'

residents of the area whose ,.
homes lie along the plane's ......
flight path may notice a brief 1, OTHER FINECHOCOLATES
flash of light at the moment the ,
aircraft passes directly over- '-$, head. FROM BY-
The first flight Is scheduledfor '
tonight between 8 o'clock : : CLUB CONTRIIU110N-Dssdd. HvHmcn, Mt, pmldmt .1 the Flybif R.II.I l WHITMANMORRIS -
and midnightThe Motorcyclt Club' prtitntt check I* R.y Fortmr, chairmen .f eke polk County Merck of DI",.., -
tests are being conductedfor on .h.1f .f the club. Th. fun4i wore btdnri from roco e..d.ctsdr. the club. Nimbi. of tko SCHRAFFT'S
the Air Force System Com .club. .... MpvaJ mm CMirlM.. for tb..en..I "M.eh*..... JulAMk", m.$. M. Adtfttek, mjt _DIMM....__.
mand's Aeronautical System I

I Division Air Force at Base Wright Ohio Patterson; PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY

The aircraft used in the test Goldwater Staking Hopes
program will be a twin-engln
Mania 204. Most of the tests I
will be conducted at altitudes
between 600 and 1,000 feet. On California 72 C

Lakeland Water BOTTLE OF 100'S 1.23 SIZE
(AP) Sen. [win in California-win big, bothin Its president, Walter Reuther.
Barry Goldwater apparently, the primary election and in art a "greater menace" to the
staking much of his
t presldenlal the general election in November American system than the John
hope on California, alms to ." Birch Society. Sovthgafe MU 6 /159 Downtew MU 2-7756 CORICIDIN

Show Sunday turn its primary into a band- Birch Attacks Slammed Two of Goldwater' rival for 51
wagon that would carry him to At a news conference earlier the Republican presidential -Restaurant Special TABLETS
The Lakeland Water Ski Club I the Republican nomination. In San Francisco, Goldwatersaid nomination New York Gov.
} will present a Gasparllla showat The Arizona conservative the John Birch Society attacks Nelson A. Rockefeller and Sen. THURS. fRI. SAT. BOTTLE OF 25'S. 1.08 SIZE
2 o'clock Sunday afternoon othe n I says the victor In the June 2 on the late President JohnF. Margaret Chase Smith of Maine HOT ROAST Bm nArf..1 DINNER ....ci. Spare Ribs
south side of Lake Hollings- primary "will be the Republican Kennedy were despicable but -braved New Hampshire's.below P.M.
An YN Cell lot
worth. nominee.." repeated that he will not disavow zero weather In pursuit of SANDWICH FILLET OF '
The show will include clown I Goldwater told a Lincoln Day the organization's support vote In that atate' March 10 Chel_ .. v__ BLUE FISH 99c VITAMIN P C C
It acts, water ballet, jumping anda I dinner in Sacramento Wednes- He declared that the Americans rimary-th. first In the nation. 5."a' .. 1.11. t:. h M.' 2 V.tot.Io'' 27Clearasil
I kite act. There will be no ad day! night that he expects to be for Democratic Action, the Shaking hands and trooping I "ell.. MuN, M Rdh ..... llItter OF
BOTTLE 100-100 MG
his ;.:.. 2.1.00 ALL yir) N PT .
mission charge. the one, declaring: "I Intend to United Auto Workers Union and cavalcade through store 4 8 PM' SIZE
and diners Rockefeller rrlH. 89c 39c

clzed President Johnson for his
foreign policy and chided Gold. Regardless.. of whatever else you give) her
water for underrating the Im- ono of the world's most famous. fragrances I Soap C
portange of the New Hampshire 1Q
hll person-to-person campaign.Ing. : : : REVLON
water'. popularity has slipped MAX FACTOR D'ORSAY SEA BREEZE C
In the Granite State and that ANCELIQUE SHULTON CHERAMY, 6 8
Rockefeller can win tome of hissupporters LI GAllON BALMAIN
with more sidewalk
; politicking.
Mr*. Smith was running pretty FOR THE MEN OF YOUR LIFE

much the came kind of per- DANA CHANEL STAG VASELINE C
son to f person campaign but FABERGI MAX FACTOR REVLON HAIR TONIC 48
pitched to the theme that "I'm -
not against anyone I'm running 4 OZ. BOTTLE 79e SIZE
on my record, and I challenge:

anyone In the to 23 match year it.she'" pent In Hot Pot WITH 10-Pc. BARBER SET t

1 1 the Senate and House, Mr*.
1 Smith laid she missed only one BOILS WATER FOR TEA OR '.tI PROFESSIONAL TYPI r
rollcall out of 1,591. VALUI e HEAVY DUTY ELEC.
Like Goldwater and Rockefeller
former Vice President .
1 1 Richard M. Nixon was poundIng LIQUIDS 'IN MINUTES \\ GUARANTEED
at Johnson' foreign policy.
Nixon, who says he would accept -
Hurry!' Gtt your f rt gift tor iKrif twhi a draft but Isn't seeking 76' fa,., Nn.. .- ? 496
the GOP
presidential nomination
thtrt's itill tim told a Republican Lincoln \ }
Day dinner in Cincinnati that 2.49 VALUE

Johnson's policy i I. Inconsistent,

weak.uncertain and appears to be i HOME & CAR BAR STOOLS

"It Is difficult to
place in the world where the WASH BRUSH .
United State la not being blackmailed
threatened, insulted
by some pipsqueak
dictator," he said REVOLVING BRUSH TO CHOOSI3fmfd




assistant general manager -
of Florida Citrus Mutual WRING CUSHION Plmlbl.. & Ll/ktwt,>t
will be back Monday from a
$ ILffTWARI I Witt round of talk In Washington MESH PISIRREmPORCED Rr, w Mildew

In time to brief Mutual on what J
he hat learned at its monthly 03 2.55
meeting starting at 1:30: o'clock. 1 YAW[ w USe
CONTINUE THROUGHOUT 1964CompUti Herman F. Steele was in the :.;.:;; 1eiVALUE
capital Monday and Tuesday to .
present Mutual' recommenda
tines for citrus research at a
your **f of beautiful fylfot i'nhfSfqIhl meeting of the Horticultural 5AS CAN UTILITY TABLE
Crops Research Advisory Committee -
< SaV ; rtgulqrljr ;pi First formerly known a* the ALL METAL ALL METAL WHITE INAMIL I
Citrus and Sub Tropical Fruit .;JK...All NCAPACITY WITH EXTENSION CORD ft SWAY I
Ftdtral during our 30th Annlvtr ary Ytar Research and Marketing Ad- PliWlll SPOUT SOCKET
visory Committee, which advisesthe G' ON CASmS-ll"ilS"; I
U. S. Department of Agrl '3.ts

culture.For the rest of the week. ., S VALUE 199 Vuu[ 369'

Steele conferred with Florida .
Congressmen and other federal
1 officials on such topic as the
threats to Florida citrus from I a I Alarm Clock TOILET SEAT
decrease of import tariffs and II .
conversion of Virgin Islands' l
sugar cane country into citrus 49-HOUR 4ASTIN.
grove and on research and in- ',3 WHITE
:. ternal revenue regulation. tUARANTEED ? SOLID BRASS FITTINGS
I J. B. Graves, a director of ; 5.95 YN.,qty.
Florida Citrus Mutual is also 94
a member of the Horticultural 2.69 1 a 27
Crops Research Advisory Committee VALUE
which includes, from 0
Florida, John T. Lesley, general
. manager of the Florida
:> Citrus Exchange, Tampa, and CHAISE LOUNGE
Dr. Wallace R. Roy, vice president -

AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LAKELAND service in charge dapartment of the of technical Minute ,,. L MAD BY FAMOUS MADE TUSIN OP AND 1" STURDY UMMe.IAW.IDISON

r Maid Co., Orlando. n VARIED COLOR WIlllNA7STRAND
The Mutual meeting, startingat y. HEAT FAN WE :N.
DOWNTOWN Orange Street at Tennessee 1:30: o'clock will be precededin FORCEDTHERMOSTAT FOLDS TO
the morning by a meeting MARE A CHAII
the advisory committee at 10:30.: GUARANTIED FOLDS FOR
GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook At that time, Robert H. Me- EASY STORIN
Dougal president of the Columbia \ 7
4T. 1295
(S.C.) Bank of Cooperative, VALUE 99. till 59.9t
r will present a film on the export VALUE

of agricultural produce to 0
Europe. I


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Speaks 'At Winter Haven LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday Fett. U, 1944 9M

[Spiritual Values


[Most Important,


NEW YORK (AP-The stock Unchanged were G .
JOHN CARROLL Ing students" market was sieady In moderately Electric at 89% on 2,400 : I
Ledger Staff Writer Dr. Thrift continued. Today active trading at the opening and Walter E. Heller at

WINTER HAVEN Dr man has conquered much today. on 1,400, and American ::
Charles T. Thrift president of and will continue until he con- Little change wu shown by bacco, at 28% on 1,400.
I Florida Southern College la quers the moon and space most key stocks. Standard OU of I
[Lakeland told members of the but man must also conquer Opening blocks Included: Du % to 82% on 1,200 shares
Winter Haven-Auburndale, himself. He must search for Pont, up H at 263% on 7,000 Sears Roebuck .
FSC alumni chapter last night knowledge, understanding and shares; Sperry Rand unchangedat to 104 on 1,100 shares.
[that "spiritual values and security Liberal education Is 20% on 4,500; and Ford up New York Central
I higher education are more im- the answer Vi at 53/ on 3500. 1.500 shares, up % at 32%

(portant to the future than soldI "Our whole American way

I len and satellites"Dr. of life concerns the conceptof BLUE CHIPS

Thrift, speaking before man himself These are interesting
i a group of 25 Florida Southern days,. challenging

I graduates at the quarterly days and frightening days OYIvJOULPN"fH. X THOUGHT M 5AAAtJ.6.OIL .
meeting of the alumni chapter but we must search for the Be GREAT WOULD REALLY ,..

I used charts to Illustrate the answers through education CHARTS SHOW GROWTH Or. Ch.rU.. T. Thrift, mldmt' ef Florid Sovrhtm College, *_ IF MYT6u1000AK OFF TODAY BUT IT'S -

growth of the Lakeland college He then pointed out that e elwit t* Uw the .rcwth sad ..p.nilM *f Ike UktUnd. **lh.>..- ......,*. .! tile chert" left te ( UPA PIS"'f'POINTIN

since 1940. He said the present Florida Southern has turnedout sight. ..ri. Frank. '..."., FSC .111",1( director, < .*... thick Jr., s r iidmt .! the Winter H...... o 'EVENTW .
enrollment Is 1,575 full.time about 2,500 teachers and Aufcuntdala cbeitor" "( the alumni euecletbn. Dr. Thrift end Ray Mettoa, FUrlde reertMmtotlra.Ledftr o QE
i students and 500 students three fourths of the Florida ( there hf Ca..III.Dinner ). ..J 1t1t115j.I .
\i taking courses on a part-time Methodist Conference ministers
I! basis. and many members of the
\\l The charts also showed medical profession and legal Combee

| gifts and grants to the school profession and is continuing Feb. 25 Will
to turn out men and women
enrollment enrollmentby
growth Will SeekReEleciion
who have become successfulin
out-of-state students and

'Into the enrollment the various broken religions down re Dr.their Thrift fields., touching on the Honor Judge KannerJudge 1 *

growth of the college said a
presented at the college.
new field house Is proposedfor I
The speaker said "I pre 1964. He added that the A. O. Kanner Judgeof Third District Court of AppealIn Aldlne Combee District 5 The
dict that when the Polk County completion of Branscotnb the Second District Courtof Miami. county commissioner said :
Junior College opens the Auditorium and the renovation this morning he will seek reelection -i
number of commuting students of the music building were Appeal Lakeland' will be SelL Spesiard Holland who to a third term In the I

will drop to near the two Important steps ahead.He honored at 'dinner' at the' when he was governor, appointed upcoming Democratic primaries By WILLIAM A.

zero mark. We have already invited the alumni members Lakeland Yacht Club on Feb. Judge Kanner to his in May AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE : Q. You have written

shown a decline. But this is to attend Founder's 25, to be attended by manyof first circuit court post Is also Combee a native Polk Coun- I family should have :

good because we can become Week at the school March 12-: the state's leading Jurists. expected to attend.Reprelentinl tlan born in Lakeland and livIng Latest I Insurance before buying .
Dr mutual fund shares.
strictly a resldental college 14, at which time the alumni in the'Combee section just Close : >
The dinner will be
sponsoredby the Florida have shied from .
and not bave to have two programs dinner will be held and the east of the city became the Am Elec ................. % away
one for the resident campus queen crowned.Dr. the Lakeland Bar Association Bar Association will be either youngest man ever to be elect- lames Eng .............. 291 what type and how much

students arid one for commut- Thrift was Introduced by of which B. J. (Bob) Delbridge L. Gibbs of Jacksonville ed to Polk County's board of torsey Corp ............. 6V 4 :ance coverage Is best.
that there Is blanket
Frank Poland. alumni director Langston is president. Vice president, or Marshal county commissioners when Falcon Sea Dr ........... 15 no ,
for .
all families.I
of the college. R. Guard Chem ............. 10% I
Seth McKeel president Is E. Snow MartinJr. Cassedy of Tallahassee he won his seat In 1956 He was would offer the
Also attending were George Gulf Am .................. 4 thought
., and Edward J. Nolan Is executive director. Chesterfield because I of such
Flack Jr., president of the Gulf Sulphur ............. 6% things as have'm
Seeks 'School alumni chapter and Ray secretarytreasurer.In H. Smith of Bartow pres Kratter ................... I'/ 'Security and pensions,
Mattox Florida representative announcing said plans for the Ident-elect Is also expectedto Lucky Friday........... 31% erage: family makes a big

Board SeatSeth and a 1951 graduate of dinner Court Justice Langston Stephen Supreme O'Con- attend. Occidental Pet ............ 27V take by paying life big I :::: i

Florida Southern. nell will be the main speaker.Also Representatives from the Redwing Carrier ......... 10% I ed ordinary Insurance
Mrs. John Adams the for expected to attend from Sarasota Bradenton St. Pet Stephen Co. .............. 9'/. ; to provide both death
McKeel, Lakeland realtor mer Ann Daniels offered accordion the Florida Supreme Court are ersburg Clearwater Tampaand Syntex ....................134% Its I feel and/or cash for old .
and insurance agent, an- selections as a part Justices Elwyn Thomas and Orlando Bar Associationshave Tampa Elec ............. 257s So that every family '
nounced today that he will bea of the program. She is a For Millard F. Caldwell. also been Invited to at. Textron Elec ............. NS : better Insurance by buying
candidate for the Polk mer Miss Florida and Florida tend. t OVER-THE-COUNTER term on

,County School Board, District, Citrus Queen and a runnerupin Judges Te Attend The entire Tenth Judicial re MUTUAL FUNDS !remlum costs are much
One in the Democratic pritaary the Miss America contest: Expected to attend from the District made up of Polk BANKS, Etc. die !family could then I
5th. She resides in Winter Haven Highlands and Hardee Counties money It save
election on May First District Court of AppealIn BlAffiliated A I ,
| The present District One The alumni. In a brief business Tallahassee are Chief Judge will also attend the din and participate K rIn
Fund ........... 83 9 I the growth of >M
school board member is Mrs. session adopted a constitution Wallace E. Sturgess and ner. Allco ............s........ 7%our by
Dora Cox Phillips She has and by laws cf the Judges John T. Wigginton and Andrews To Attend Am Express ............. 3V' I buying economy stocks '

not yet announced whether chapter.The John S. Rawls. Langston said the entire Auto Merch .............. 2 or mutual fund
she will seek re-election. dinner was held at the Judge Charles A. Carroll Is
bench of the Second District Chase Man Bank ......... 64Eckerd's %I shares. Or It
In his announcement, Mc Park Restaurant last night. __expected to_ represent the_ Court of Appeal will also attend Drug ............ NS could put the

Keel, a resident of Lakeland They include Chief Judge Fidelity Fund .............169 9 I money in a savings -
since 1938 said: George T. Shannon and Fla. Gas ................. 9%i account,
*"1 am making this announcement Bartow Jr. Women Plan Judges William P. Allen Sherman Fla. Pub. Utll ............ 23V'S a where It will

at this time soSETH N. Smith Jr. and JackF. Fla. Steel ................ 9}_ grow fasterthan
WhIte. ALDINE COMBEE Fla. Tel. .................. 28 It will In I
Fashion Silo*y For Charity Also attending will be Judge Fla. Tile ................. 11 a life Insurance
Kaoner's replacement Charles re-elected In 1960 to a second Founders Life ............ 8\.1\, policy }i'
r I. O. Andrews Jr. of Orlando term without opposition Quit Life ................t 58/ If there are any a cept
: BARTOW Bartow Junior Shoes, Pate's: Shoe Store City who yesterday was appointed "I am proud to say Polk Incorp Invest ............. 7.31: 15 this rule, they are few
Woman Club's annual fashion Jewelry Store and Flower to succeed the retiring judge. County today is one of the Inter County Tel ft TeL 49 between. Don't you believe
snow will conclude the activities Fashions. Andrews has held the post of outstanding counties In this Jackson Min Hart S?, If more families
on the club's Leap Year Miss Chandonnet will arrive State Milk Commission chairman entire state," Combee statedIn Lewis Bus Forms :::::::: 17'''s approach to financial ,

Day benefit program scheduled here the day before the fashion for more than two years. his announcement. Nationwide ............... 143* there would be more .
for Feb. 29. show aboard a South Central He will take his new post on A. H. Robins ............. 38> I Independent people en
4M Proceeds from the show will Airlines Flight from Miami. March 10.Andrews. Growth Predicted Taylor Inst ............... 83'%I tirement time
.Y go Into the club's fund for dental During her stay she will be 53. sat on the Win- "The stability of our people T.V. Elec Fund ........... 78 A. Oh, boy I Every j
care for needy children. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ter Park City Commission In our economy and our Trans Gas Pipe Line ...... 22: question of Insurance ,
Mrs. John Hudson, publicity Norman S. Greenawalt of the 1946-47, was a member of the government compares favorably Travelers .......... .......197 the pot really bolls over I I
chairman for the program El Jon Motel. Florida House during two sessions with any other county. United Blum ............. 39 letters, letters, letters.
said a donation of f 1 per person Parade Planned and was chairman of the We have had growth and progress Universal Foods .......... .32: The answer to your
will be asked of those attending State Welfare Board from more through desire and Walters Jim ..............29% almost has to be a loud "
the fashion The shapely brunette will
show 1953 to 19S7.
hard work than because of with qualifications You .
Highlight of the show scheduled ride in the parade set for 10 Coy Farris Bryant, who appointed pace-age developments suchas NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE still say that there Is no
for 8 pm. in the City a.m. The parade will open thed.y' Andrews, said the Orlando some counties have enjoy insurance savings .
Auditorium will be entertain- activities. well
attorney was quali-
ment by Miss Flora Jo Chan Following that. Miss Florida fied to fill the judicial post ed, and we will experience Latest U..m. formula for all families
donnet, Miss Florida for 1964. will be guest of honor because of his difficult responsibilities greater growth and progressin Close Price If you are looking at
for a luncheon at John's Restaurant on the milk commission the years ahead. Air Reduction 88% 57% surance as a straight
Theme Selected
and will be available and his nearly 30 years "It has been a real personal Alden 28% NS (you're paying premiums
McKEEL The show the theme of for a picture taking session of law practice. privilege for me to serve as Allegheny Ludlum 39% 397 betting that you will die so '

that L may actively and ......n. which will be "Spring's Fan scheduled for 2 pm.. at the county commissioner the last A Bled Che._.. .......IL.71..71'; RJtL he Insurance company will
ly discuss my ;;'dldq.-P ; cies" will be moderated by Hall of Justice Building here. few years during this periodof Allied Stor es 157 57
sonally with as many Polk Mrs. John C. King the club's Mrs. Hudson said all Interested Willow Oak Improvement. Am Bach Uy' 15% Latest Il am. Latest U am
Countlans as possible before coordinator and director of persons will be able to "There Is work begun yet Am Cyanamid 60% 80% Close PrIce I Close Price
the May primary. the project. Mrs. King well photograph Miss Florida during not completed, and the future Am Home Prd 65'y. 86%
known in various Polk Gen Time 121 NS Pub Srv Else Gas 78'Va 78%
a "I want to solicit support County the picture taking session Man CandidateFor will bring new problems and Am Hospital 22% NS
Gen Tire
Pure Oil
from all of the people of Polk entertainment groups has appeared Also in connection with the work. So, it Is with the belief Am Mach Frdy NS NS Gillette 22'4 2214 42% 42%
in several Lakeland Leap Year program the club Am Metal Prd 39INS 30'Va 30% Raybintos Man 39% 40
County. I will strive to give that the experience I have
Little Theater productions and is Constable W.R. Grace 50Th 50% Rep Steel 413/4 41Ye
sponsoring sn art show at Am Motor 18Ye 17
them efficient, economical In this office
intelligent, gained will
and constructive leadership has entertained on the S. S. the Bartow Federal Savingsand tinue to be of value to con-fellow Am Rea Ie Dev 23 :23/' Great A Ie P Tea 36 38 R. J. Reynolds 39% 39%
Florida. Loan Association my Greyhound .c8% .c8% Reynolds Met 36y' 36Rhod
to the board and to the Feb. MUlBERRY-Marvin Howardof Polk Countlans that Am Seating :l711s 37
I will
the According to Mrs. Hudson, 2428.: Willow Oak, who with his Am Tobacco 28 2814 Gruman 41Ye 41% Sel Trust 8 NS
people throughout county. be
"My experience In appraisalof the following merchants are According to Mrs. Hudson, son owns and operates the Spur soliciting support in" Am Tel Tel 1481 146% IBM 548 551 R.C. Cola .c9Ye 50
old and new construction cooperating in the show: more than 20 paintings by Service Station Mulberry announced my campaign for re-election. Ampex 151' J5'h' Int Harvester III 80% Safeway Stores 119% 59%

along with land and right-of. White's Men Shop Wilson- members of the Bartow Art today that he will bea Service Recognized Aril Pub Ser :Ilia 31''% IMC 73NS Scott Paper 38% 38
will be valuable in the Pipes, Inc, Mable's Ready-to- Guild will be on exhibit from candidate for the office of constable Combee's service has been Armco Steel 68 88IA Int Min Ie Chem 701,4 71 Seaboard AI R 45 .c5
vast way purchasing and construction : Wear. Seng's Fashions, LTI I a.m. to I p.m. dally. The in District One. recognized three times by the Atcha top 28y' 28/% Int Paper 311,4 :11% Sean 103" 103%
of new buildings and Prince and Princess, Lady B art show will conclude withan Howard and his family are Jaycees. In 1960 he was selected Ati Refill 114 NS lnt Tel Tel 115% 55% Shattuch 11% I1Ye
classrooms which la so nee Lovely Beauty Salon, Lucille's open house set for 8-7 p.m. members of the Pine Grove for the Lakeland Jaycees' Auto Can 14 NS Jones & laughlin 881A 88% Sinclair Oil 467/s .c6%
essary In our fast-growing Beauty and Gift Salon, Leeds on Feb. 28. Baptist Church. Good Government Award and Avon 22% 2234 Kelsey Hayes 373/4' 37% Socony 72% 72%
community." later that year received from Beneficial 1I8'h' NS Kimberly Clark 84'647 S.C. Else & Gas 56'h' NS
The 12-year old candidate the U. S. Junior Chamber of Beth Steel 33' 33'h' Kerr-McGee 36% 36% Southern 55% 5514
; Blaw-Knox 27% NS Korvette 327/ NSLearSiegler Sperry Rand 20% 2014
to a native of North Carolina Commerce Its Distinguished
13 13
and a graduate of Wake For. .. Service Award for Outstanding 'Borg-Warner 4848% % % Spiegel 3J 303/
Brunswick Llggette & Myers 78% 78%
Std all Cal 62:
eat College. He served three }- Community Service. 43'4 43'4 Litton Inds 71% 70%
1'!< 'i Std Oil Ltd 6314 831A
in the Navy during In 1961 he chosen
years was
;Jf' Lone Star Gas 231A 23: %
\ ,{ -. Burroughs 2W. 22Vo Std Oil N.J. 80% 8O'VaSunr.y
World War II. jaycees uuuianaing: young Loral Elee 8% 9P.
; Cat Tractor so'7 50Ve
McKeel presently the chairman ,'h Man of the Year In Lakeland.He Celanese 1593" LorrilIard 43 43 Oil 31% 31%
of the board of school 8 ; 119Ye TeM Gas & Trana 20% 20%
'g \ Is married
and the father Cbenetron 26 28% Madison Fd 2014 NS ,
trustees for Polk County has : of four boys and one girl Ches Ohio 7134 711,4 Magnavox 3113,4 38% 'Texaco 7396 733Texa. /
Gulf Sui :22
'toH %
been active for many years In and Is member %
a of the boardof Chrysler 42: 421,4 Marguardt 9% Syr '
civic affairs in Lakeland. ; i deacons of Martin Marietta 20 20 Tidewater 38r. 39/43
Gapway Baptist Cin Gas 8. Elec 28 :25% Tractor Sup :&l% 21'Va
Youth Service Noted Church and Is II U
past president of Cities Ser 66% 88% McCrory 1 Union Bag NS 36%
He has served as presidentof the South Florida Baptist Coca Cola lJ7'4 117% McKesson 42'h' NS 1 Union Oil 80% 11y'
the Boys Club of Lakeland Brotherhood Association. Colgate Pal 39340 Merks 1I61A' NS 1 Union Pac 39'y. 39%
as president and manager of He Is a member of the legislative Collins Red % NSColumbia Minn. Howl 130Ye 132'/ 1 Union Tank 35'h'
m 35ft
the Little League as presi- and roads committeesof Gas 28% MMM 68% 88% 1 1I United Fin 27 27%
dent and manager of the Babe the State Association of Com Credit .co* 40'h' I Montg Ward 37'4 37'h' 1 United Fruit :21 21

Ruth League as president of County Commissioners and of Con Edison 82'4 12% Nat Biscuit 58158% 1 1I. S. Inds 8% 6%
the Dad's Club of Southwest the welfare committee of the Con Foods 047% 48 Nat Can 14% 1434 U.S.1 Rubber 48%
Junior High School as president National Association of Coun- Consumer Pwr 48348% Nat Dairy 88 88'h' 1 J.S: : Steel 8414
of the Booster Club of ty Officials. Coot Call 45'45% Nat Fuel 32% 32% 1 Jpjohn 57l/ 51Vendo

a Lakeland High School, and Combee. a 32nd degree Mason Coot on 65 84% Nit Gypaen 46'46% 18144 NSliamerLambert
. presently Is a member of the Is a member of Southland Ctrl Data 114'4 94Ye Nat Tea 15 NS 1 :25% 25'h'
. Board of Trustees of theLakel.nd Lodge No. 256 Lakeland Com Prda 84'4 84% Nla-Mohawk 52% 52: W. Air Brake 30'4 :10"
Okla Gas & E1ec 27 27
General Crown Cork 281CurtiaaWright
Hospital. Shrine Club. Moose Club Elks 28y, % Westinghouse/ 34 34
McKeel Is a member of the 38'18, % Outboard Marine 18% NS /linn/ DIxie 29'Va 30
Lodge. American
First Presbyterian Church. He Legion Den & Rio R R 20'y. :20% Pac Gas & Elec NS NS Woolworth/ 73Ya 733/
Is a Mason and Shriner anda Farm Bureau county and De Soto Chem 200&O'h: Pan Am Sulphur 23'h' 23: % Xerox 78'% 77%

member of the Elks Club, state cattlemen's associations Dr Pepper 53354% Parka Davis 36 38 enlth: Rad 7614 76%
the American Legion and the Lakeland Klwanls Club Jaycees Dresser lads 26126% Penney J. C. 44% 45%
t Greater Lakeland Chamber and Chamber of Com DuPont 263y' 283% Pepsi Cola 52: 52:

of Commerce. merce. Eastman Kodac 1193b 119% Pfizer 50Ye 51'/' The U.S. Fish and Wildlife
f The candidate and Mrs Mc An active scout worker he Gamble Skgmo 31% 30% Phila Else 33% 33% S Service: estimates the present
Keel are the of two FASHION PLANNERS DiuimlHf ,,,,,. m rh* l.rtw Junior Wi,..'. CI..'. ."anal| .hle"( also was a charter directorof Morrie 70
parents Ga Pac 158 NS Phillip % 701,4 population of sea otters at
sons. Douglas McKeel Is a how, which' will cncl 4. tilt eI..'* LMS Tsar ,...,..., tn, tt.twtI frm bit, Mra. fcUrvin Vgt! the Children's Rehabilitation Gen Else 89% 89% Phillips Pet 417477 aPhilphs round 40,000 scattered from the
student at St. Petersburg .* Seng's F..hl,."., Mrs John. C. Kinfl, the cl..'. directs sad c-rdiMt for rb..how sad Mra.R. Ranch in Lakeland and Gen Foods 8814 87% Dodge 65IN5' ock-bound coast of California

Junior College and Graham W. HI", .f U'I ,rI... sad Prince Star. SNndlng, fnm UH ere (....> Currier .f Wilwn- serves on the boards of county Gen Inat 12Ya 13% Piper Air 46 48% tI o I the Aleutian and Kuril

McKeel is a student at the '1.... Uc., sad Mr. GMrfteM ,.rI..., .h..lnw. .t the cl..'. W.,. cod MMM Cmmlt! TB cancer and cerebral. Gen Motors 78% 78% Pit Plate Glass 57'Va 57% I:stands. Fifty yean ago there
University of Florida. Praceeds from the draw will' |. to fiiwMe distal' Mr* for ready child. .... (w..... ,h... hy Stu rt). palsy groups Gen Tel & Elec 32% 32r Proctor Ie Gamble SOYa 80\4\ ere less than a thousand.


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LAX>rLAND: LEDGER, Thursday, Feb, 11. lilt t CampaignOut

II; American Cyanamid- Production Executives Meet In Lakeland]With Of RealityBy Touch


ImprovementsOn JAMES MARLOW

J J'l; >>:,,-JI'w ... "" 'I'<.. .',..., Associated Press Newt Analyst
,.1 \ ;t '\ >-'it' WASHINGTON (AP) There
,. \ .
1. '11 Jt' .,, Record Ia almost a dreamy quality

about the campaign for the
New Hampshire Republican
Year SoughtTwentyfive presidential primary

Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of
an r s.. Maine, one of the candidates,
Y xyi r top, production started cries crossing New
r.aMN executives of the.merlcan Hampshire this week In below

Cyanamid Co are meeting in freezing weather before dawn.

i Lakeland to discuss plans for the She chatted with one couple
firm's future operations. ''In j their home by the light of
r art 11-lampt and as the day wore
The meeting held at HolidayInn
;on she talked about fabrics and
I drew participants from '
foxes, advertising and an-
--- Canada, New York New Jersey,

i --L Massachusetts, and Ohio; cestors.Race Not Explained
.1.1p George L. Berry, manager of
But she never got 'around to
.. manufacturing of Cyanamld'sAgricultural explaining why she'i In the race
M .M6 7ta" ry Division said the at an except to ssy she wants

group was composed of manager to beat the other candidates.
% of manufacturing from One of them, Philadelphia's

each of the chemical firm Harold E. Stawen, who has had
presidential ambitions for years
divisions, plus corporate .
rr operating
and feels them tugging at him
production financial and gain, started campaigning la
research executives. New Hampshire last week.
This week A spokesman at
Year Announced
Top tassen'sj headquarters In Manchester
Berry said the group got together said: "If you know

CYANAMID VISITORS' -Twiity.fiv* tap product! mm .( .p.r.Hi f .,y......*. .,.. corpcrare production, fliMnclol. m4 r.* bow we, can"primarily Improve to on the discuss roe when he is coming" back you
American Cy Pl'm14 c., s.th.f .t tt, CI"','*''''' Owit p.rk Mfch .xwvHvom. At MM H.Kt, vhfc the k.11-._. It M.,.... ord year Cyanamid has in 1963." are one up on me. he
"font for a Mari Hi* facility. Th. visitor' from ou hr .*.? II Clwrawi, ......|.. .* the firm's Ircwrtor phut. U..... Photo' BPtrfchw RI-TOUR BRIEFING-Thr.. .f Am.rkcn Cy.MmU c.'. Monday the firm announced In his short visit"build though
C.".4.. N.w Y,rk, Hew I....', MctMchuMtti .** Ohio, lixfvd4miMSM ) 0.p prad.cHea __ tit a ....,,". frna lfewlter plant sna.apwMayweod 1963 sales of $711.000,000, the did promise to a In major
international NewHampshire
.t ...ndf.cturliif, hum each .f the chmlc l firm'! CIt_ ..,.,. a rear .f the ._,.",'. Orane* Park highest In Its S7-year history. If airport he', elected.
...lIIt.... ..... the kft tit., .re Dr. J. P. l..rI....' .f PrliKttmi, Berry stated Lakeland was Another ,candidate; Arizona's
No I.. ...Imllt .noel I .gar .. the aprk.kar.I, dlvhia.j, Dry I selected for the meeting becauseof Sen. Barry Goldwater, who has
S. H. tckCMk .f WcyiM, N. Jv .i.m..r .f uraHuhctiirlni fWCyn < its proximity to the Agricultural !. made the rounds of the state in
.mU. InUrmrlofnl" cud D. M. ImjiMiii, c mptT.ll.r, .!.. ofWarn. Division's Brewster Plant search of primary votes, this
". Other Cyanamid facilities in week was out West trying to
Florida Include a Fibers Dtvls- drum up interest In himself
Ion plant near Pensacola, producing there.
Creslan acrylic fiber, and He and New York's Gov. Nel-
Argentine major sales offices of Formicaand also
son A. Rockefeller running -
Pigments Divisions In Tam March
in New Hampshire'
10 primary, will oppose each
E pa.The
Still Seeking Cure two-day session was one I other In the Oregon primary
of the last official functions for
I May 11 and California's June 2
E. D. Powers, vice president for, primary,
He will retire
For IllsBy March I after 46 :years with California Important
ARMOUR .O 4. Country's Cyanamid. Wednesday in California Cold-
Powers has visited Polk County -water said that state .with liS
VERTAGREEN 0 I FRANK N. MANTTZAS the military who learned he often during past years. His votes In the Republican convention
f Associated Press Writer [means to keep civilians in con first trip here was in 1921 or next summer, "is far and
\ BUENOS AIRES (A-Dr. Ar-,trol. He proved that by firing 22, shortly after Cyanamid ac- away the most Important primary -
I' turo Illla, the country doctor,his air force secretary for disobeying quired the Brewster plant. election state."
8-8-8 Pebble TypeFERTILIZER 0 who became president four orders.Economically. The retiring executive was This may not seem very flattering -
QI months ago, still is searching I Argentina's $3 honored at a dinner hosted by to the New Hampshire
} for the medicine to pull Argentine -billion foreign debt and generally Brewster plant manager May raters, although it's realistic,
J I out of Its slump. rundown business condition wood W. Chesson. Din II e r They will be able to end only
"He Is Mr. Good who does need much more treatment and guests also heard Dr. J. F. 14 delegates to the convention.The .
Thurs., Fri., Sat. Only 0h1 nothing," cry his enemies. But,rejuvenation than could be administered Bourland, assistant genera I smiling, handshaking
of the Agricultural DI-
ill defenders, such as Illla's p0-, since Illla took of manager Rockefeller 1 Ia more jovial than
vision outline the dlvislon'slongterm
\,1 litical expert Ricardo Balbln reply -fice. Goldwater with his heavy dark-
K : "The government has made Businessmen and farmers ..plana.Central. rimmed glasses. Rockefeller II
undeniable positive steps forward pending a lot of time whisking.
complain of Inflation
tight mon
\ 320 ListPrice OQ ? In the past four months. ey, threats of future government Labor around New Hampshire.He .
\ At work at 8 a.m. six days tried to get Goldwater
controls and the lack of present
... a week the 61-year-old: president to debate him. Goldwater
government controls and sub
$187 seems to be one man who sidles. Union HearsCandidate wouldn't. Rockefeller has spent
is keeping his head amid new, a lot of his time finding fault
FINEST SPRING LAWN outbursts of political wrangling The working man watches the with both Goldwater and Pre.;
III and growing labor unrest cost of living barometer rise dent Johnson.
a LONG LASTING FORMULA Pressures ResistedHe and his pay check arrived with Goldwater spend most of his
hardly enough to meet expenses.Balbia ,
time Johnson
The criticizing
DOES NOT BURN voting sge should be lowered
Is moving slowly, but he claims these accomplishments hardly ever mentions Rod
PEBBLE MIX SPREADS EVENLY 50 POUND BAG issn't backtracked once thus since Illla took over: to IS years of age, HL. ler. Goldwater has been crit!
ar-not from pressures applied -Workers In the governmentare (Shorty) Palmer candidate for clzed for not shaking hand]
for foreign oil companies whose now beginning to get their Polk County supervisor of registration with all the people who want ti
ORTHOGROCO multimillion dollar contracts he checks on time. told members of the shake his.

annulled Nov. 15, and not from Peso Holding Firm Polk County Central Labor Un Write-In Possible

HO SlatedTomorrow -The national currency the ion Tuesday night. Pointing out Recently In New Hampshlr
SALE Lecture peso, has held firm wthout! con that our modern educational two Goldwater aides said poll

)1 NightA trots on foreign exchange. systems and news media now In two communities showed bin
1C Rates on electricity, gasoline make these young people wen leading Rockefeller but tw
1st GALLON ORTHO-GRO 98 lecture entitled "Man's telephones, transportationand qualified to vote, Palmer thirds of those polled were list
/ Dynamic Powers" will be presented other state-operated servIces -pledged to work for legislation ed as undecided.
LIQUID PLANT FOOD "1'' at 8 o'clock tomorrow have not Increased. toward this end. "We've got to get this thin
night at the community room of Plans have been laid to cur- Noting the slowness of many off dead center," Rockefellc
2nd GALLON ORTHO-GRO the Lakeland Federal Savingsand tall living costs and Increase Polk Countlans to re-reglste, said.
o 1 Loan Association's ,Pine employment. Palmer urged those present t o, Even If all four of these putt
"' LIQUID PLANT FOOD w" Street building.Mrs. Surveying the accomplishments reregister soon If they had no Icly acknowledged candidates-
: Eunice Layton will present Jose Alonso, leader of already done so, Smith Stassen. Goldwater
VALUE 9.96 the lecture In a program the 2.5 million-member General Marlon Wiggs, Central Labo Rockefeller- managed to mak
sponsored by the Theosophical Confederation of Labor, says: Union president, announced tha New Hampshire hum they ma
o Orthe compute plant food 499 Society In America. "Not enough. We can be pa 0. I. (Whitey) Hendrlcksen, still wind up behind two men nc
S Excellent en flower + Mrs. Layton has recently returned -tlent only until March for solutions -business agent of Laborers acknowledged candidates at all
shrubs lawns to the United States after to the needs of the work cal 1240, has resumed the duties The voters could write thei
For a period of study at the International ing man." of president of the Polk County names on the ballot: forme
o Finest Cordon Plant Food 2 Gallons Headquarters of The In March, the confederation Building Trades Council. Also, Vice President Richard M. Ni
:e Theosophical Society in Adyar, says its members will occupy attending the meeting were, on and Henry Cabot Lodge Jr
a Madras, India. all factories, farms and busl Stewart Caudill, chairman <01 f American ambassador to Sout,
f The speaker Is In charge of nesses for 24 hours to point up the Polk 'County Democratic: Viet Nam.
the department of Information the working man's plight. This Executive Committee, and Wallace Lodge has been truly slier
for the International headquarters -will be Illia's first big test as Storey of Bartow candidate .. but Nixon, even though he sal
4 of the society. president for state representative. he's not a candidate sounds Ilk
one Hampshire.In hit speeches outside Ne<

(@r.p! ):): CHLORDANE VALENTINE SPECIAL "'" Loving County,

DUST 5% Hershey's Tex., SuggestedFor

Ace Specfal CHOCOLATE KISSES Ruby Trial

11 Os, Large Beg I W4Te ACTIVATie CHtPOtASIF Cl HtTT Plt.TE '
OptNO Reg. 79c C DALLAS (AP)-Loving Coun
38 Happy Valentine' ty Texas, has a population c
t* tUtl 5 Pound loei 160 in 647 square miles that ar
Bag mostly sand dunes.
Ben Henderson. a Dallas law
e Kills ants, gratshopeprs Value C yer, suggested in court that the

and other pesky yard In- 65c 29 Removes up to 91% TARS, up to would Loving be County a place seat In Texas Mentone where.

sects. '' Jack Ruby might get a fair trial .
90% NICOTINE from America'sFavorite slaying.for the Lee Harvey Oswald

Dallas Asst Diet Atty. Bill
Cigarettes Alexander asked him why.
(plain or filter) "Because "
said Henderson,
I LANO PLASTIC TACKLE BOX "tpC6Ta" In"there the county.Is not"a single lawyer

I 1 %NTs %MNIc.Ue %.5T, % .t Rketka'
ACE SPECIAL 1 5.N tsn...11 t'MND CWI.d--III.by ,Nand_111eI car BRAND IWd__IIIe car, a..r.a M.eur aF
t -FILTERS- VICEROY 410% so.o Dorothy Statham |
#4200 waa' '' f %
KENT 19.I% 17.1% WINSTON B00% 10,0%
4 S .
87 Wins
List Value Camera
% .. LAM Otis (00% -:---NON PlLTlIII_
6.95 MARLBORO 734% sans CAMEL 710% 100% Club
PARLIAMENT .OX ...,% CHESTERFIELD ,l.1% ....% Contest
S Two Trays Large Site SALEM 4'.'% 700% LUCKY STRIKE SO,'% 11.1%
111 Miss"-Dorothy Statham las]
Unbreakable Plastic TAREVTON 11.0% so.ox PALL MALL 71 IX S00% night
won first,place and tlel
Will Net Rust or Corrode with Gordon Cook for the run

4 .. ner-up spot In the black-andl

Ught Up with Conlld.nc.-TIt.re', M I white print competition at thf,
t' No Stftr W,y to Smoke
meeting of the Lakeland Camer

tACEi 200 SMOKES FOR 49. Twenty-eight persons attend I
FOR the meeting. Also present wer
YOUR HEADQUARTERS TEffMS TsT "1"1! C C mrlMA unitir Corf. IM1 three members of the Wlntel
Park-Orlando Camera Club.
GARDEN SUPPLIES The program was presentej[

Phillips, who discussed portrsl
lighting.U .


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117 N. KentvcbfUhtltnJ

Let's Play Bridge !Boon, To Speak. r.

1T1T1r1 .... By ALAN TRUSCOTTThe At'Southwe

1964 United States team NORTH (D) '1, '
ii training enthusiastically and 101VM PTA Meeting 9 to 5:30 4,

optlmlitlcatly In the hope of capturing Friday Till
the world team tile when Q l* 111 Shelley S. Polk Cuun 9 P.M.

the Bridge Oymplad Ii played In JJ74 ty superintendent of schools willspeak

New York City In May. Five WEST EAST tonight .at.i .,meeting of 1" Pure Bristle

members of the squad playeda 4QI4 AAII the Southwestga)unlor High'

series of short training matches VQ1732 1rK'J*I School PTA. The meeting will BRUSHES16C
in Philadelphia last weekend, .J .71. begin at 7:30: o'clock! In the cafetorlum .

and the results were well calculated AQ II 49610112SOUTIi '

to raise American hopes. His topic will be "The School
t Board and What Can Be Done :
1,1 1 New Yorkers Sam SUyman and A K JIM
% Victor Mitchell teamed with V AIDS The education committee will
AKII4A report on progress made to pro
Philadelphians Robert Jordan
r "r fr .. tr.a vide the school with additional H
md Arthur Robinson to win seven
equipment and supplies to further
s ( t-board matches out of eight. Both sides were vulnerable.
the Quality Education Program
One of their opponents was T he bidding: Equipment purchased so
heir I International teammate North East. South West
far this year Include five .
Is Donald Krauss of Los Angeles, Pau' Pass 1 Pass scopes opaque projector I

whose partner Robert Hamman Pats' 1 N.T 2. IV slide projector and while Supply Last
was unable to make the trip 4 Pass s 4 Pass plies. mlcro-I
The squad also played against Pass' Pass Mrs. George Trask ls LIMIT ONI "

Mrs Jan Stone and Mrs. Muriel West led the three of hearts dent of the organization

Kaplan, both of New York City, i------ I

who United are States members Women's of the Team.1964 11II| [ ?(ouYl4nt to$(ep Tows ckud V4ug $totcd fR -____

The formidable opposition also ____
IIAUTY .JUDCl..".., fur Com. I.. .cc.rt.J .* Uvl.ri .. Included Edgar Kaplan Richard J -

.. .. to ckM thh. >...'. C.*... (.suty .t ,..rl4. Soyrhom Kahn and Tobias Stone all

C.ll.,., whB wiN .. fo.rur.4- n "Mia Ist.e4.ch.a" In tti*. y..r- of New York City Norman Kayof t 0S
h..k. H. will pick Hit wi""., .y |vdgln. oh.r....,hi of tight Philadelphia, and Erls Murray

1*Wi ",h. ... tinoli.r I I. "k. co.I..,. III... WHIU .f L.k..I.Rd and Sammy Kehela of To- I

I* .,6..f the ....IIIte. H., niter, '...c.., w.. CIMM "Miw ronto. 1.k an

."to..ch.." bit ,Mr.NEWS. These short matches are particularly 'I,9

useful practice for the r

OF RECORD Olympiad where the lengthy

qualifying' stage consists of a -
completed round robin of 18- LASTMINUTEVALENTINE I ,
CIRCUIT COURTRt.nd.r1 Marti. L, Wllklni, 11_. ordo
board matches In such circumstances -
Oil BUM. oo..f Mo to .i. C UWItKk I (H CSlnton probow' Loror Bouitan ......... w. be question
Roktrl, vlvll W. YOB n.:"IJJ;060 c..Yea 41. dor Walter appolnunp TI ...odmtnlotrotor..r Br. doM....o4, M. of recovering can after a no bad start: SUPS

..tmm.dlvnJ. haw ... LMB Wwl., dor Johnnie appointing Thoma.) odmlnlitralor Bnoll. minor. .,., In a series of short sprints the R de '1. p a
w. dor a ')awesu.rdl. ,
Inn Bullai TtMUt n Acl. Li.lror Crnthla Ann Jackton, 40OOU.4. .1., performers must race hard all
'I'_u'. dl.or.. dot appolnUni luard all' GIFT J.tOUSE PAINT -
AaDO ra, IU... N. William KlrtB Mack Boott. docoaood, ardor .f doe. the way.

Mar 10. Pr.,,_ McCab. ....ROT io"olSlXSdo. dmlnlitrauonClarinti. Qrlffln.. ......... r4oc ctton t Artistry on Defense '''',''',,,,.' .,...,111I'..II"*' ysaS.,
e.bo.fbrotht dltmN J06. ...01.... 14 Lo..1t 0 admlautrattunChariot Alfroa LWtlUr. 4 IMo4. W :
DroboU. The deal shown today Is from t
ApnMaddgl .N ft. Brpbon, 40MMO4, ord.r to,
... DonoU*r.Wro. Uorluvsa one of the practice sessions It ..
:JcI sfii-* MM- .um was the occasion of an artistic O.: 'I PAN &
.." OM, and dim. D, nut M alBoruaco : defensive play by Robert Jordan .

Iron Donnollr forocloiuro. ... Huih t. Don Tag Offices which brought about the
rout dtvorotOrtor.
..4 Dunn defeat of a vulnerable game con ROLLER

Anna e. Ytlit n forroo dlvorc*. OpenSaturday
Tho BoitoQ / o C nu Salnil B JIVI Jordan was East, and he reopened
CMir.ll A i m lum
.,tar IBM farwloiiir.tf >nd with one no-trump over love Save $5.28 on Wards Super White SET
**8melr. L. WllkM n. Ctiarlo L one spade The balancing one ,..
WllkM ir., sal d.ur. 4lom no-trump bid Is always a weak HOUSE PAINT
Trio Clt S lnii Bank al BraoklrJamil
0. R. Oolllni tt .., llnal doRM action showing about 12 or 13
First fo.o Podortl vlplni_u mortaBi fussy. Lou Awn Auto BARTOW-The Division of high-card points This one was Flntit United Oil Bate REG. 5.98
Tags office will be
Ri.06.06.Tr.6.':"tl'a"iI'! :..roTfSoiloi un all day Saturday to allow open motorists underlined by East's original Chs. HU V.Uark. I But Titanium Pigment
n. JamN f Lano"M'WF dl C
ml.t1.nLew to purchase their 1964 pass .. airs Mm q, dy Tasted 25 Ysori
loCuno. Jo-_MeCiw'...-. 1L Richard D auto license plates Kay as South seized the opportunity I W.rM* Moot RsititoatIn 6 6 7 7 r

IJ A.1 PIt P.".65 rV".T Colei'u'truitoo. dli< 'I".O'l', n Deputy Tax Collector Jack to bid his diamonds, m.n FTBB,rmMtl M w Mildew 4
.1Ih".UIC Ilonanna Plnanr. Corp TI. Ttiomilln Laurent who announced the and over two hearts Tobias Sell Clwntnj While

Mabl. ......ot. .u5..,Oor.i dlinilua< .]6..... air. Saturday session, said the 8 Stone North jumped to four) Chanel No. 5 A Cellos lit

110I..1.Lou.lt. P Carr vt. Stabort C Carr a.m. to :5 pm hours will be llamonds This appears to be al Perfume 5.00 r 2 Days Ends Saturday
4 Gallons
11'jli""c. U *"vno Kutland n. Arohlo L Rut and the Winter Haven office land, but the fit was particularly -I Chanel No. 5 Single Gallon 4.99 Or More 2 Days
land. dl.ml..1 Previously It was an. good and North had already
.. J Car I
Konnoth canoa Builo
nounced that the Lakeland office shown great weakness by Cologne
SulaS. Nonnait N. A. t. .nil It
will be open from 8:30: his first-round pass Kay very I I
Baah"1SroB. William.. v. Robot a.m. until noon Saturday. reasonably decided to continueto Caron Bellodgla Perfume",5.00"30.00
Carl' Wllllam.IamWn. SAVE FRIDAY and SATURDAY
etaN..t Polk Countr us ,tad.H.VOTBOB.. Houaona.lweo4 K. Laurent stated .that only approximately game. As the bidding Indicated ''' Guerlaln Shallmar Cologne .5.00"8.50
one half of the that his partner was short
Sssif&Ksr1"jr, county's car owners have pure In both major suits he hopedto Lanvln My Sm Perfume .. .3.00"17.50

r i.c.MFjj.f---Mld-BtaU? tloinoiOanor .. ;1.:': O. of chased 110000 their 1964 renewal tags A notices total lose only one trick In each: Elizabeth Arden Memolre Cherle Coign.,4.50

Pull.. O. ... 0114 fmr00l A.NIWs. .". It was obvious to Kay from '
were mailed out shortly before Corday Fame Perfume . .3.5012.00 ..
.fJ= n coma SL OtDilu"Mao the start that the fate of the
the tags went on sale Jan 2. ReducedLo'n
** Bobl_. .l. Prank RobtSsaa188111' Laurent also pointed out contract would depend on the' Cory L'AImant Perfume . . .5.00 j'I ,
". *"* *""'". that Florida Motor VehicleCommls.loner location of the missing spade Now To
... Lisa A. Arch Livingston honors. If the ace and queen Cory L'AImant Toilet Water. ..2.504.00Lanvin

oni rtWlnirKlHifJoB ot an, dumlual.i"WtiIl: i.; i s. .- has stated that it is unlikely were In separate hands he would I Arpege Perfume . .4.00"25.00 w" LATEX
Polk Podor BftvlnM and Loan AHA the deadline for buy. have to guess correctly so he
at jJiolond.5 sea,.dUmlNal.b t 5. Pwfl H Cato11th Ing the 64 tags will be ex naturally devoted his attentionto Heublgant Chantilly Perfume . 5.00 "-arealIer
P ilk .1.0I.tI':.. and teen Au."-; tended next picking up clues from the de- d ,
of' k dumlwl. Howl U. beyond Thursday enders I! I Revlon Intimate Perfume . 5.00 8.50 $
;:"H P dor.H>ar {ptOt1"stl a"*C N.11diuvini.1'' P5556Pal Tours Of Police Jordan started his camouflage Yardley Bond Street Toilet Wtr. 1.752.50
j'-.. .
HMO ". B Nubs dl operations on the first trick by
"Brarlor A.B OMit 1s. Howw4 K.con. Station Will Be playing the heart Jack Insteadof Yardley Bond Street Spray Mist . 2.75

vl.b.. dims' i HUJohUOB! r.- ... rN. Allis the king. This play could only I Corday Toujours( Mol Perfume 3.50"20.00

John.oo. wm..... a. CLYIN 01. Held Tomorrow lose if West held the heart ace 1
B. o.
Wllll.m.- dNmlm.l.. Jobs and he knew that West would not Elizabeth Arden Blue Grass Coign.3.00 5.00 Flat
ellV 0., R0In4 dNmWil.Y' underlead an ace In such cir! FinishGALLONS
:: I
shin./ l.ovkt..r ;.: l..IO JuelmLxkltu Public tours of the Lakeland,

T. .OUoOrYt dlamla' al.J f... .....100 OUebr". Police station on Lake Wire, umstances I Dries In 30 Minute
"' TaolHr Podoral ...In.. and UaAmn Drive will be conducted tomorrow South won with the heart ace
ol Tampa eta. vr Wllllo Ya.JehnN,6 ., from S o'clock In the morn, drew a round of trumps and led 'lu Whits and Colors
iruln. t Uchtm.nUuitl .
9t No.oi dlimlatal, log until 4:30: o'clock tomorrowafternoon. the heart ten. East won with fJi'w1tlt FOR
B.IW ..Cotton t.' Jlnnnlo Uofi the king leaving South in doubt e Clean Tab In Water
Colton :
wllm. Helb.af. ts, JukRm I The tours are part of Crime' about the position of the queen.I i F I
Toad' Hano.:r" dl.mlm.l.hlk and Lan A_.'Prevention Week sponsored bj Jordan then made the striking

.f cornw.GtNaadmsdk....tad .!'::1J{ .J.mm .L, Bass.11 the Lakeland Exchange Club. return of the club king which 1(4u I
Mld Cara al. SAVE NOW
Je"4 IMnt C ldmn Carrollrn.N.1 t.::..:d.!pan ."..I station Special invitations sent to to area visit jun thewere South ruffed. Kay placed East /
Nr5 In addition
> Lok.land. .U Donal Wes Uc- with K-Q of clubs "
CU I *. Job"M tot high schools, and studenti, hearts which he had r
: r..l:.: r.. tFOB. 4Unz to K J of .. ..
will be guided through the new In view of .' .ty1f t
ll C Wtilt hM4 ... W A. (Bill) already played. tIP 4 e t '
Nhlmbd, dW.w.NJ. building as part of their regular the bid. ._ Save Wards
b..ld last's failure to open ::1:,. on
R. aLet.sdN schedule. 1
M u. and slat. Pouborl. Kb..u ding It was "impossible" for ,.
Ja polo DmUI Police Chief Leo Brooker said WfflTMAH'S'I ; : Better Inside latex!
:: : :::: him to have the spade ace.
dUTes'i .. ., Jo. Y. that about :3500 persons have finessed the
*''ViiTPI 1_ 1I..ln.. Bank ot<. .. viewed the station during the I7(, South therefore ,. Reduced to a low
... spade Jack and was down one CANDY HEARTS '
.. KocbaotBottFdJod
William B K*>a. tours thus far given by mem :
; >a>a>OraM n. L P. Orau"Vurthl ben of his department. The East's dramatic play of the YM. t./MN WMem.A C.nsr M \c ( ,:

Pointer .i. ...... Pointer. building has been opened for, club king was based on count. /. r.5 aw".MM N Iw.hhl 99I
.lout no Hoort .NN.
uamissal.' ng. West's heart spots had
Jtd "rick 1. Bill D wl- 4'/J; months
rlelL. dl...*3'gl' shown that he had a five-card 39T0 15 00 1
VMeou..Tnmn HOT SPOT suit, so East could count South
H arlmiar" i with 5.3.5-0 distribution The lead
Cayenne pepper Is named for I
"vid" M. amltbNMmd." erdN to of ol f of the club king therefore could $ Gallon
city Cayenne capital "
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Ann.Ollt.lt.. 4KOOM4. coder tt ...- French Guiana and source ol f, not hurt the defense, and proved NORRIS CANDY HEARTS 89 6.50
M .
T.um. Or."mfebltNfIm/wid.dmlalan1.r much of the worlds supply ol to be an elegant way to deceive I liIrrtRIpR FLAT fIN15N Clean Tools In Water
.Paler appolnlln.Dw./a. r..oo.. 1II'lIOr. .h'YorrmaPpplnwn this type of red pepper. the declarer. Dries In Minute
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AT 8:15 P.M.

,II Don't Believe

.lr It. Rains FrogsTALLAHASSEE The


Pifth-grader Terry White a (or- Agitator

met Florldlan, stirred up skepticlam I AH the feelings you can't f With Every Sal
1 when he told his elms QUARTET

mates at Follansbee. W.Va..' express ore spelled out In our lowly,

that tt sometimes rained frogs
in florida. its Person tasteful Valentine cards let these

Today he had powerful support I 1 FREECan
charming speok for
for his story. Florida's messages you .

governor Farris Bryant, agreed PAUL DESMONDJOE on February 14th. '
that sometimes It not only rains MORELLO-GENE WRIGHT Opener
frogs but also tiny fish '
Terry wrote the governor "my 1"s roof finest Selection byfb If NeededFREE I

room and teacher doesn't be- BrunscombMemorial Auditorium
live my story" about seeing it ; American Greetings \

he :S I Tickets $2.50 and $2.00
rain green frogs when was Advance L _. _
Bryant explained to Terry Box Office-$3.00 and $2.50 -
that the frogs were sometimes PAINT I CLEARANCE!
swept up Into clouds by high TICKETS ON. SALI AT

winds, and fell back to earth a P.Ik, '...... -DmmfowB *n4 S."rhIl4.) Discontinued colors Chang of lines carried -

later with the rain. Sludont .._....1 Cnrw .t FSC Inventory liquidations -.Id. & outside paints Cap With House

accept"I hope this that verification your teacher of four will FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE S23150 3 1 ?oJA'fl dfodk to$fopoun awry $lpscd! SAVE NOW Paint Orders t

story." Bryant said. ,:

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I DEVOTES MUCH Of HIS LIFE TO PHILANTHROPY-lowlne 72, who retired In W9 a* chairman' ., Sean, Roebuck, .,..... j
J, Roeoiiwald and kit wl" look at .dliplay, In a ..n..y ., "'..whe. mart of lilt Mm now claiming, gift* and way te Improve theeo ONLY ONCE A YEAR CAN YOU
... at Jenklntowit, f.., last .ut".. '1I1I..lp"". Roteawold, already ...... (AP WIr.phllt.1II ,


I Givina Awav $1. Million Is Hard I x

By JAMES B. LAMB I and ways to improve those already to the United Fund in 1946; 'all the children to to the same.'" BUY. .

JENKINTOWN Ps. UR made. 2,000 rare books to the Institute Rosenwald and his tiny dynamic

Leiilng J, Rosenwald's father He'a TrusteeHe for Advance Study In 1951. wife Edith came to Jen- .ASTRO-SONIC Stereo Theatre -

often told him it WM easier to works nearly every day I Inan I "It's really not such a noble klntown in 1920 when he became NO TUBES _
office at "Alverthorpe" hllestate I thing as you think" he says.Trained manager 'of the Sears Roebuck
make a million dollars than to I. The revolutionary development that r re-create musk;
in this community of Children store in Philadelphia. Eventually tpaca ago i
give it away wisely. 5,000 pust outside Philadelphia. "My father who was born In he succeeded his father as wet beauty never before poiiiblel You'll thrill to true iteroe1J r
Now 72 and a man who baa Rosenwald like his father re- very modest circumstances and president and then as board J high fidelity and all tho ipectacular dimontion of storoa-1
given away that much and, arda himself as a trustee othe f'made a great fortune always chairman. phonics And, becouia component-damaging chain heat kVi' j.eUmlnat.d
more, Rosenwald Is in complete! wealth and wants to see felt this was to a large extent How does he view his philan- the' solid ttata components ara guaranteed 3 yeartl.I!
agreement with his late father. that money go accidental He regarded him- thropy? :. t ,
Julius, the Sears, Roebuck A!to those :ondwelr self more or less as a trustee "It's like a friend told me: r fully automatic Big Picture 330 sq ,,,. _
Co. pioneer who also devoted them. For his wealth. He wanted to see 'It must be an awful lot of fun fnThlwith Chromatic Optical Filter _
much of his life to philanthropy. I It's virtually Impossible to get that K was spent and utilized to be your own executor' And a Glorious Stereo FM noise free FM "'
Letting Rosenwald spends an accurate accounting of his wisely. He more or less trained It Is." ._ The Contemporary-1-MY391 In Walnut fin
and selective AM Radio-NO TUBES
most of hit time now-be retired -gifts and Rosenwald said he x Ishj. Also has the all-inclusive Gold Seal TV'
In 1929 as chairman of would never try to total them. 6 Solid State Stereo!Amplifier has more. Warranty-see below.
Sears, Roebuck-planning gifts Newspaper stories of the put lakeland
audio ten times the
record some: $70,000 In 1931 to i Camp Meeting power efficiency

the Philadelphia United Cam of tube sets .> Exclusive Micromatic Player-with .

Generator paign Pennsylvania; $31,000 to In the 1938 Universityof ; $65,000 I TABERNACLE on SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE .; e Six high fidelity speakers Include 10 Year Diamond Stylus Guarantee-

fli two 12" Bass Woofers lets your records last a lifetime

''t Target Date Lakeland Junior INTERDENOMINATIONAL t

High Band In DAILY > SAVL I ?.. ...,.' OO I I
"target date" of November BIG SCREEN MOBILE TV & MORE THAN TWICE AS BIO' AS .
196S, for completionof Thor City ParadeThe K...... City Mo 10:45 AM WITH OPTICALLY ""I "" <" TODAY'S AVERAGE SCREENS
the installation of ..
klllowatt turbine generator a .000 at I Dr. ROY S. NICHOLSON 3:00 PM ,FILTERED 23" PICTURES P 0" A L I M TED TIM. FOr ONLY PENNIES-A-DAYI

the Charles Larsen Memorial Lakeland Junior High Centre), S. Cerollita 7:15 PM
Power Plant will be met, Gulf School Band, under the direction -I
Design & Engineering Inc., of of Bandmaster Thomas\ Rev. JAMES C. LENTZ ji Dpri
Lakeland reports Lynn, will march tonight In the Manse, Indiana, Meals Served In i
Ybor City Night Parade, one othe Cafeteria -'- '
E. C. Sikora president of ..
the engineering firm said that highlights each year of the Dr. T. M. ANDERSON On Grounds
progress on the utility expansion Florida State Fair at Tampa.It \ Wilmere, Kentucky U
is will be the first parade this
program generally proceeding
on schedule year for the band and to prepare
In a formal report to City themselves for It. the band I I WILMORf* KENTUCKY rfi1M
Manager Robert V. Youkey members in a group attendee .
Sikora said: the dasparllla; Parade at Tamp Public/ Cordially Invited to Attend 1
Data 'Realistic Monday to become familiar wit I
"The project target end date parade techniques of marchinilands. Rev. H. H. McAFEE, Platform Managertake

II!: realistic: i one"Gail ':' . I \
Design at engineering
is the engineer of record for a
major part of the City of Lake 1 y"x
land's $96 million utility expansion .
a xr. as rx
Smith ft Hills program.of Jacksonville Reynolds the key .. -: -11'- -

firm.Is thu engineering consulting ._".' .. "

The report to Youkey statedIn _.,"
t part: ....a Contemporary model 6 MV401
"Gulf Design Is In the processing C

(critical of path completing method)a studyof CPM o AND DRIVE ITYOURSELF a NOW YOU CAN BUY THE IDEAL GIGANTIC TV PICTURES

the project. This study will be
completed within the next two C t THE IDEAL SECOND SET Acouitlcal wood COM, In your choke EXCLUSIVE MAGNAVOX VlDEOMATtC adUttt| both picture
or three weeks and will show a ol Mahogany or Walnut niihet., give better sounds Is only contrail and brightness automatically day or night. Alt*
each and every item necessary If H, 27' W, 12" D. Wond.rful for iholvet, In bookcases mokat fin*.tuning adiuttmoMt. Always brings you the matt
to complete the project. a 210 to,. In. tenon, full-heroferm.r chassis and teleicoping perfect pictures you'va ever pent Hare It lha biggest, clean
Method Successful rj t antenna. Th.Amorlcana.l-MV304. Shown on optional Mobile, eat picture In TVI full-troniformtr powered Gold Stat chassis
"It will also show the length i Stand. It the moil dependable you con buy.
of time required to complete I a All T.UvUton Sass else, Available' In UHP
each Item and finally indicatethe I 1
date upon which it may I C
be reasonably t be expected to DON'T DELAY ANOTHER DAY ASTRO-SONIC
r HiohFeoliy; :
complete the various phases '
"This method has been C NOW. and ONLY NOW tan '
proven to be very successful Revolutionary Space-Age Stereo with
on large projects of this type, > x y ? 1 Solid State Circuitry NO TUBES
and should give the City of
Lakeland a very accurate picture r-' (".p....* alt achievements I In the recreation toundl
of both the status of the i., S I All Attro-leni tan Whliaer or Thunder the full beauty
project and the earliest possible E M music, from the mbtlett flute pottage to the majtttlc era.I .
completion date. :.rW+.,, a I tcenates .. great symphony

Sikora told Youkey that Gulf r': lE t > PM/AM RADIO No-drift rM Automatic frequency Control
Design would submit a formal .
Tuned RF both
Stag. on fM and AM for Improved long-
progress report to the city
90 .reception, plus precision Tuning Mater Convenient' gliding
every days. panels give most convenient .cc... to record player and all
controls without disturbing, your top-.f.tot decorative acce.
f } :.. tones..
ConfederateFlag It



CHRYSLER'S Combined solid state Stereo Cicluilve,Micromatic Player Two 1000eycl.Esponutial Two high.ethci.ncy15'Base
fIND OUT WHY NEWuIooo Amplifier Radio Chilli* -lots records last a lifetime. Treble Horns-have acoustical' Woof.' -were specially de.
ALBANY N. Y. (AP-A bill -uiet no tubes, produces Because it eliminate dis* efficiency ol 20 cone speakers velopedinuthrathegredep'
that would make it a felony for x 30-Wtts updlstortej musio eermble record and stylus They reproduce pure, distortion audio, power of the Astro
anyone to display the Confed- power;uses no more current wear, the Diamond Stylus .free treble tones-even SoniC ampliherareproduce
crate flag in a public place"won't ] x than small light bulb. Is guaranteed) 10 years. from percussion instrument pure.undistorted, Iesltonea,
get anywhere" an assembly 0
committee chairman x Magnavox Gold Seal TV is so dependable (.T
,' l J O"tlti..flt {
said yesterday.The that service and parts are guaranteed lIyt' l*"'
measure was introducedby I Wlcft ,..lletlt/ t M gnavot DIode... $1 REt( HI-F
: x for 1 year the picture tube for 3 years per
Dickens a New York City Democrat Warranty conditions. Let us prove that tltE'lISIlrt!<' : ''sftlfEO'' l1IUTAfS 'COLO .

and a Negro. Displayingthe x a Magnavox is truly the finest, and your best o rA s ,"4 Ublds g4AIC:'.
flag of the Confederacy publicly Take a good look at its smart styling. wide 'i r buy on any basis of comparison : $100.

would by a maximum be a crime sentence punishable .s -YEA R O R opening! doors,'plenty of window area. Then try x .

of five years in prison and a it on the corners and curves see how easy it Is

$5,000 fine. 5 0 0 O0. MILE to park. Check the long long mileage. and a LAKELAND
Julius Volke
Assemblyman ,
best of all, check the low, low price. Take the r
a Buffalo Republican and chairman ,
of the Codes Committee to WARRANTY key today and see why the SIMCA 1000 Is the r HOME APPLIANCE CO.

which the bill was assigned car for you. OPEN
said the bill would not be re- C 8:30-5:30 228 S. Florida Are. Phone 6820161.y.
ported out of the committee for t ra
floor action. PHONE MU 2.0193 TODAY AND WE'LL DELIVER YOUR KEY! A w I A w A r A A A w ,..
"In 1861 or 1862 we would pass .
x x t x x M ) II 'K" x x x t .. w .
said 'but in 1964 t e xr
that bill he .. ,
r r r v w 'Y .,
It hardly seems in good grace
to trample on the flag when PAUL
they have come back Into the i
union. Let them bring their flag 1034 EAST MAIN STREET LAKELAND
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LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. IS, 1SC4 Mushrooms Are

Making Corn Pudding? j Cooking Added Tomato To SauceThe Canned

I Add Oysters For Flavor most in popular main dish tomato recipes Ingredient *

_. is canned tomato sauceevenmore
Canned corn u one or the your seasoning shelf, adds the popular than fresh to ;
most versatile, basic vegetable proper zest Is Fun matoes because of IU flavor and
you can stock on your cupboard To vary this simple pudding r convenience. Now a new pro
shelf. try adding frozen canned or duct Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms
fresh oysters for a unique flavor takes that convenienceone I
Enjoy It at its best In this +
OLD FASHIONED a c..ui.Mii, MtaLI MOWNMOKB more step. The texture and
recipe for Old Fashioned Corn CORN PUDDING flavor of savory mushroomshave
Pudding. The sweet flavor of FAMILY DINNER Add seasoning salt to taste been added for a gourmet
corn needs just the right amountof 2 tablespoons butter or Braised Lamb Chops with Turn about half the vegetableswith touch.
spice to enhance its delicacy margarine Vegetables some of the oil onto a sheetof The next time you make pan
and liquid Tabasco, a staple on l'/i cups milk Mashed Potatoes Salad Bowl heavy foil in a shallow pan gravy, follow these directions
1 tablespoon augerS Bread Tray arrange fish over vegetables and get acquainted with this new
teaspoons salt Molasses Coffee Cake Sprinkle fish with salt and pepper product. .
% teaspoon Tabasco Beverage and stuff It with remaining
54 cup light cream MOLASSES COFFEE CAKE vegetables and the parsley It'snot ALL PURPOSE GRAVY

3 eggs 1 cup sifted flour necessary to skewer fish Pan drippings
1 can (1 pound 1 ounce) V4 teaspoon baking soda closed. Pour remaining oil from 2 Tablespoons all-purpose flour
cream style corn % to / teaspoon salt skillet over top of fish. Sprinkle (8-ounce) can Tomato Sauce
,4 cup chopped oysters }i cup butter or margarine with paprika. Bake in a hot (425 i with Mushrooms
optional.In 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar degrees) oven about 30 minutesor 1 cup cold water
saucepan heat butter and until fish flakes when tested Salt to taste
milk until scalded Remove from I/) cup dark molasses with a fork and top is browned.' Brown flour in pan drippings.
.- heat; stir in sugar salt Tabasco I egg Makes 4 servings. x Add Tomato Sauce with Mushrooms
and cream. In large bowl Vi cup buttermilk COMPANY SUPPER I and cold water slowly
beat eggs slightly; beat in milk Sift together the flour baking Ever serve prunes this European stirring constantly. Heat to
mixture. Stir In corn and oysters ? Add salt to taste. Serve
soda and salt Cream butter and way I kC. serving.
Pour into greased 2-quart i Beef in ? A over mashed potatoes. If
brown sugar; gradually beat in Strips Mushroom Sauce some
shallow baking dish. Set in pan 1 molasses. Beat in egg thorough- Mixed Wild and Brown Rice HAM TOASTWICH Deviled ham spread makes a delicious french toasted sandwich. any gravy Is 'left store in refrigerator -
FAMILY FAVORITE of warm water; bake uncovered I ly. Add half the sifted ingredients Peas Rolls Salad Topped with cranberry Jelly cutouts It Is bound to' brighten up breakfast or lunch. and use later with
in 325' F. (slow) oven 1 j ; stir until smooth. Add but. Continental Prunes Beverage your favorite meat, fish or poul
even when lluawas a hour IS minutes I termilk; stir just until com CONTINENTAL PRUNES try by adding one of the following
"tailing meter"! YIELD: 4.6 servings 1 blned. Add remaining sifted ingredients -I 1 pound large dried prunes Fried' Sandwiches Were suggested seasonings: '
Frozen, canned or fresh oys- ; stir just until smooth 1V4 cups dry red wine i Beef: onion salt, bay leaf,
tees (about 6 whole) may be chili powder Worcestershire:
rum into a buttered baking pan 54 cup water
used I((8 by S by 2 Inches); bake In a 54 to V4 cup sugar sauce horseradish.
II I moderate (350 degrees) oven 25 Whipped Cream Bound To Be Discovered Lamb: nutmeg curry powder

FAMILY CHEER t to: 30 minutes or until cake tester Crushed dry macaroons sherry.

Cheer up the family on chilly 4 inserted in center comes out Turn the prunes wine and The great American sandwich We've had "Poor Boys," "Sub Deviled Ham sandwich fashion Pork: mint, sage. marjoram
with this luncheon sand- Jean.C Cut in squares and serve water Into a medium saucepan I has soy sauce Sautern.
days gone through so many variations "
marines, humburgers, club Cut the sandwich: diagonally Into Fish: celery seed, dill, fennel
wich. Blend an 11-ounce can I hot or reheat. Cover ,and slowly bring to the and combinations that its'
"- condensed chili beef soup with LENTEN SUPPER boiling point; simmer for 20 latest evolution should come as sandwiches, 3-deckers o p e n- triangles Dip Into egg and milk capers a
:JIIf, I/ cup water and spread on four minutes or until prunes are ten a surprise to nobody. The sand faced sandwiches and all the mixture. Fry gently in butter Poultry: lemon rind Madeira
STILL AMERICA'S slices I toast, covering edges com- An easy way to deal with fish. der. Remove from heat and stir wich is now being fried.PrestO rest, so it was only a questionof browning both sides over mod Tabasco sauce soy sauce.
Baked Fish
letely. Top each slice with a with Vegetables In sugar. Cool and chill In a covered time before somebody decided -erate heat Make 1 sandwich.
TOP-SELLING BRAND! 'I slice of tomato and onion. Broil Boiled Potatoes Salad Bowl container. At serving time that if frying Is good for Top with circles of cutouts of QUICK IDEA

For colorful new kraut recipebooklatwrlte about four inches from heat for Bread and Tray top portions of the prunes with potatoes it must be good for cranberry Jelly. Here's a quick Tetrazztnl Idea.
Cheese Crackers
\ SILVER FLOSS five minutes. Top with a slice whipped cream and the maca ,sandwiches. It 1st You will have small amountof Blend a 10-ounce can chickena
dept N, Phelps, New York I of cheese and broil 'til cheese Beverage roon crumbs. Refrigerate any Take this tasty little number egg and milk left ever but la king with U cup milk in
i]melts. Pass the relish tray BAKED FISH WITHVEGETABLES prunes that are left over. called "Deviled Ham Toast. as you will undoubtedly want IVi-quart casserole. Stir in two
I with these. FRIDAY LUNCH Hearty with" made with Deviled Ham more than one sandwich, it'. cups drained cooked noodles;
1 whole fish (2'/ to 3 pounds) Nice when a neighbor drops between slices of white bread, nice to know that tripling this top with / cup shredded mild
/ cup olive oil in the whole dipped in A batter of recipe makes exactly three sandwiches process cheese. Bake at 371 F.
2 medium-small onions( cut in Two-Cheese Scrambled Eggs CasseroleOffer eggs and milk, then browned In and everything comes about 20 minutes Makes four
A thin rtrips (1 cup) English Muffins Salad butter. Top with cutout or circles out even. servings
2 larger carrots cut in 'thin Fruit and Cookies Beverage a warm, hearty casserole of cranberry jelly, and serveto
strips (1 cup) for luncheon or for din the hungry customers at
4 ribs celery cut in thin strips 1Wo.cHEESESCRAMBLED ner. Slick Trick Casserole is parties late night snaflcs or
,; 4 (ly cups) EGGS easy-to-fuc easy-to-serve, and breakfast. '. '
cooked Seasoning salt 4 eggs easyon-the-purse. Canned lunch-I DEVILED HAM TOASTWICH CAtf TUSE SUGAR ?
Salt and pepper 14 teaspoon salt eon meat, chicken tuna or sal I 1 egg, slightly beaten
54 minced parsley Dash of white I 1/3 milk
cup pepper mon are equally good In this cup m
i QUICKER Paprika l'/i tablespoons buttercup dish. So choose your favoriteto I iteaspoon sugar Use calorie-free( 1 SUfB@f
Have fish cleaned and boned, 54 cream style cottage team with canned corn and 2 sliced day-old white bread : SWEETENER!
for Oats Flavor; 9AT53MINUTE wash and dry. In a 10-Inch skillet cheese cheese for a delightful flavor 2 teaspoons mayonnaise Him In.,.,,,.U/1-II...WN/.....In btvtraaii, ctmlt, O
diced fruit, and beware In cooking, biking, and issuing
heat the olive oil; add the 2 tablespoons finely Dress the casserole with 2 teaspoons Deviled Ham
up a Contain sodium. calorln
no auger no na to add unwanted
.try it! onions, carrots and celery and Cheddar cheese garnish of ripe olives on pars- 1 pat butter pound Try FASWEET today. II i dtllcloua.Avtilttlt .
mix well. Cover and cook over Beat eggs slightly with salt Blend slightly beaten egg with In 4.n. and It-oi tnonomf tinvnbrHkibH
moderate heat, stirring several and pepper. Melt butter in an B- ley.Serve butter browned canned milk and sugar. Spread one plastic tqiM.n boltln it you'.1<<**. TV HINO '-
I OATS times, until onions are wilted inch skillet. Add eggs and cook side of each alice of bread with
: sweet and salador .
but not brown, about 5 minutes over moderately low heat stirring mayonnaise. Put together with
cole slaw with the casserole,
often, until almost set
Sherbet and cookies make
stir In cheese. Serve at a
once. Makes 2 servings.SATURDAY good dessert. OFk

Make sure veal kidneys are slices bread
super fresh. 1 cup cubed canned luncheon
Veal Kidneys on Toast meat chicken, tuna. or
Asparagus Salad with salmon
French Dressing t small onion
Cookies Beverage /4 lb, grated American cheese .
I VEAL KIDNEYS ON TOAST I can (12 oz.! or 1 lb. 1 oz.)
The dish 2 large veal kidneys whole kernel corn .

2 tablespoons! salad oil 3 eggs
'1% cups thin onion strips '/ teaspoon salt terser t tt1r .
I Salt ajid pepper 2 cups milk tearMml I 1
I 2 tablespoons dry white vermouth 2 tablespoons butter, tr osihstia+
margarine P.
I, I I Remove outer membranes,. Combine bread cut In cubes,
from kidneys; split In half; witha meat, finely chopped onion.
small sharp knife or a kitchen cheese and drained corn. Put ROMAN
that scissors cut out the white core In an. oiled 8x12.inch baking ROMA H
makes and fat. Wash In cold water and dish. Beat eggs; add salt, milk FA 6RIC ROMAN
your drain; slice into V4 inch thick and melted butter Pour over e.aAra.aanen'wunM
pieces. Heat the oil In a 10-Inch mixture in baking dish. BakeIn S
/ skillet; add onion and cook un- a moderate oven (350 degrees '
til golden. Add kidneys and salt ) about 30 to 35 minutes..
and pepper to taste; cook and Serve at once. Six servings

stir over moderately low heat 5 ; otdalt ,
for a few minutes. Add the vermouth go A
husband cover and cook gentlyfor High Advocates
gladserved 5 to S minutes. Kidneys
should still be slightly pink Inside -
: when done. Serve at once Phosphate Tax

on toast.
I, Roast Leg of Lamb King High of Miami, has said
Bled Potatoes that if he is elected governor he
Creamed Spinach will seek fair taxes on such "fa
fish Orange-Coconut Cake vored special Interests" as the
BeverateORANGEcOCONUT\ phosphate and timber Industries ""
you CAKE At a news conference Tuesday, Nis gkQRY'r ,
3 cups sifted flour High said the phosphate companies .
3 teaspoons' baking powder "have virtually raped the (SPECIALS
/ teaspoon salt and." He added "all the people o ,
1 cup ,shortening will eventually havo to pay for
Fish can be a hearty meal-full of exciting flavor and substanceto 2 cups sugar reclaiming it."
1 tablespoon grated orange
satisfy any man. Just try Booth Fish Fillets served this easy rind The he guvernatorial favors abolishing candidatesaid the LOVE THIS \

1 teaspoon grated lemon rind State Railroad Assessment
new :
2 large egg yolks Board because under its opera. Lemon Coconut Cake '
3 whole large eggs Ion the ,railroads "are almost r.
1 cup fresh orange juice determining their own taxes." ,

Deep fry your husband's favorite Booth Fish Fillets per package Fluffy White Frosting High called for tighter regulation
fresh can *
I shredded or
cup of lobbyists, who are now
Instructions. Serve on I bed of onions fried in butter until soft. ned flaked coconut required only to list their names each 69_ .

Make a sauce by frying 1 chopped onion and 12/ pound of chopped Sift together the flour baking shortening and whom they represent. The r t
Cream -
powder and salt. Miami said he favors
mushrooms In plenty of butter Add 4 chopped dill or sour pickles sugar orange and lemon mayor them to report how requiring

some chopped parsley, and a good slug of lemon Juice. Heat this rind. Beat in egg yolks and much money they receive from

well, season to taste and pour over the fillets on the bed of onions. whole eggs one alternately at a time. with Add the interests they represent, and 0 FOR BREAKFAST OR SNACKS
flour mixture how they spend it.
Sprinkle with paprika orange Juice. Turn into 2 well-
greased, lightly floured 8 by 8 out and cool. Spread Fluffy .Brazil Nut Rolls
by 2-inch cake pans. Bake In a White Frosting over one layer.
Make plenty. You'll find the uhole family glad when you moderate (350 degrees) oven 30 Sprinkle with V4 cup coconut

serve Booth this way. *il'*' *. r.c to 35 minutes or until a cake Top with remaining cake layer
'\ ) .T, tester Inserted in center comes and frost top and sides with (e- pkg 29c
lt\W\ 'If" out clean. Place cake in pans on maining frosting. Sprinkle rest ,
wire rack for 10 minutes. Turn of coconut on the top. '..

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. Af Chamber Of Commerce Rutledge Says Tax Cut Bill

Up to Feb. II Mn. Millicent Frederick 1317

CANADA Mitchell St., Detroit.
Will Sales
Mrs. Flo Allen 1317 MitchellSt. Mr. and Mn. WWlam Huston Help Concentrate

., Sarnla Ont Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, -

Mr. and Mrs James Buniton. Flint The leader of Florida Citrus creased consumer buying power. than ever before, with the result j

310 W, Lemon St., Mt Forest way Mn.Drive Belle, E.Kenney.Lansing 109 East Mutual predicted today an In-: The tax cut bill, which .U now:we are starting the Valencia

Ont.Mr.. and Mrs. Michael Cadi- Mr. and Mn. Emmett Leonard come tax cut would make It moving through the Congresswith 'concentrate season with little

fan, 412 So. Missouri Ave., Toronto Sue-D-K Mobile Home possible to sell at least 85 mil Increasing speed., carries more Inventory than we startedout
Ont. Park Fowler. lion gallons of frozen orange with it the promise of Increasing with this season" he said
Mn. Chadwick, Sue-D-K Mobile Mr. and Mn. Clarence concentrate this season at prevailing the demand for this season'a Rutledge noted the present
Horn Park, St Catherine, O'Hearn Sue-D-K Mobile Home prices because of In- citrus crop, said Robert W, Rut-:price structure has held firm !
Ont Park Marne. ledge, executive vice president since last March thereby setting I
Mlu E. Grace Conover Wll- Mn. Ethel Perry, Sue-D-K Lakeland LifeUnderwriters of Florida Citrus Mutual. an Industry record. He declared -i
mary Hotel, London Ont. Mobile Home Park, Lansing. Brisk Demand Seen I that with the available
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Driver, Mr ,nd Mn. E. I, Rathbun, Rutledge said the Legislationcould supply and the consumer demand -,

412 Missouri, Toronto, Ont Tanglewood Trailer Park, Pont- pour $11 billion worth of, remaining constant, current \:: Announcing
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foster lac. extra buying power into the prices should continue to 'j
1317 Mitchell St.. Sarnla. Mr and Mn. Jay Richmond To Hear nation's economic bloodstream' hold steady.He : The First
Ont. ,Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, SpeechThe
Twenty-five per cent of consumer also pointed out two other !
Mr. and Mrs Chris Gardiner, Owasso. normally factors which could Increase de
purchasing power Annual
I Mr. Etta RobUlard, Ken'lMobile :
418 N.
Tennessee Lakeland
Ave., New Toronto Association of
food Item. mand. He
Is spent on Rutledgesaid noted that Increased ,
Home Park Albion. I
Ont. Life
Underwriters will hear an
"In terms of the grower, buying power tended to focus on I
Mn. Hermine Tunk, Wilmary
Allan Nestle, 310 W. LemonSt. address at noon tomorrow at
this will assure brisk demand for higher quality Item, such as
Hotel Grand
Mt. Forest Ont. the Crest Restaurant by Walter
I the Valencia In spite of the concentrate, and that the
Harry McLean. 3 Fltnt-Wood- Mr. and Mrs Fred A. Ware- J. Stokes, 1963-64 president of crop high PROGRESSEDITION
all'. Trailer Park, Teeswater, ham 213 E. Peachtree St. Apt.I the FJorlda) one million additional boxes forecast quality of this season's concentrate "
Ont Midland. State Association this week by the USDA" and chilled juices could bea ,VeViViV

Mrs. Fred W. Otton, 524 E. Miss Wilda Schlessman 428 of Life Un- '" "Inventory build-up Is less plus factor In citrus sales SWSKfi

Orange St., Barrie Ont. S. Florida Ave., Traverse City. derwriten. 't:,.'

, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R.Ramage Mn. Louise Stover Sue-D-K Stokes, who] 'Id'ot: ... Nets' Cs fc Ts f of HIM :m
417 S. Tennessee Ave.. Mobile Home Park Detroit. : lives in Miami! ..., (, '
Owen Sound, Ont Mn. Louise Sutliff Sue-D-K Springs, started I gin : To Be Published By The
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Travlsi.6U Mobile Home Park Heney. the Insurance I ,

. E. Peachtree St., Seaforth, Mr. and Mn. Clifford Tyler business with! It Tae Mow T* See ti.. I
Ont Sue-J>.K Mobile Home Park Mutual Benefit! LAKELAND LEDGER

Mr. and Mrs. John Vogelback- Lansing i Lire In 1950 and I AT
er, Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park. Mr and 'Mri. Roy Yenkel has made the! ,,1\
Blenheim Ont. Ken's Mobile Home Park, company-i PresWenf STOltES ACCEPTANCECORPORATION J Saturday, March 28th
YpstlantLMr. s Club. He <:
FLORIDAMr. and Mn. Clyde Zettel, earned hit National Quality IT'S TIME WE TOLD .
and Mrs. Fred W. Landau Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, Award the past 10 yean. OP FLORIDA A; } 2 ;
Holiday Mobile Home P.rk.St. ,
Gladwin. Stokes U now employed by COMPARE THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS *
Petersburg : WORLD
MINNESOTAMr. the Independent Life company CASH acatL is CASH ISY
ILLINOIS as an Ordinary Field Consultant aN Mretk Yot M..IM r.e eH Mo.e
Con.nt.SueJ ,
and Mn. Harold
Carl Anderson Sue-D-K Mobile The insurance executive has :600.00 S3a.10 S4Oor0 S2SOO Siso.65 SIS
Home Park
>.K Mobile
Home Park Aledo. held three top positions In the I Siioo ,S0O123O44 IeoOstoo37 10.CenwM.M COUNTY'SDECISION
Mrs. Ellen T. Brown New Miami Association of Life Un- P.rkf
Mr. and Mn. R. T. Fawcett
Florida Hotel, Chicago derwrlten once holding the office LOANS IN OTHER AMOUNTS OR FOR OTHER CAR! I. WHARTON
St. Jackson "
721 E. Magnolia m MM w, tun y.,"
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn M. Elliott of president PERIODS ARC COMMRARLR
Paul W.
121 S. Lake Parker St.. Mount Stokes Is a veteran of World i
Morris. sun (34 E. Orange St., Chicago War II in the U.S. Navy Air 217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 23168ANT :. : :

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fran- City. Transport Service. '

kel, New Florida Hotel, Skokle. MISSOURI F '11
Mr. and Mn. Clyde Jarnlgan,
Mrs. Lester Gnu Land-O-
Lakes Motel, Morrison. --.K Mobile Home Park, *OU 11 OfiGlUNT*

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Mau- MeadvlUe. I
rice, Shelton' Trailer Court NEBRASKA K i y Send Copies of The

1140 E. Lemon. Alton. Adam M. Christ 212 E. Oak MILLIONS OF PAIRS DECADE FOR DECISION

INDIANA St., North Platte.
Mr and Mrs. :O.: R. Bangs, NEW YORK: Progress Edition
Lake Morton Apia.. Lake Mor- Mr. and Mn. Clyde B. Pel- To Your Friends.

ton Drive, Ligpnler. haw, Oak Ridge Park Lee Cen WITH A GIFTVALENTINE'S SAL!STARTS SOLD AT "1.00 Let's "Brog-A.Littlo" About Polk.
Mr. and Mn. Phil Calahan ter. DATKIDAY
Sue>.K Mobile Home Park, Mn. J. W Hammond, 1218 TMff5.13

Michigan City. Edgewood Drive, Elmira. v $. 14, EACH
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cassell, Mr. and Mn. John Hlxson Grants-own brand
Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park 2207 Lanier St. Jones Apta., COPY

Angola.D-K Mr.Mobile and .Mra.Home Ray Park Fisher Crawfordsvllle. Sue-- Shortsvllle.Mr.--.K and Mobile Mn. Robert Home Mosher Park,, I'SIS FIRST QUALITY ::::: Mail' or Bring This Coupon To ENCLOSED IN A

Mr. and. Mrs. W lard Garber, Parrish.Mr. and Mn. Floyd C Pick. PROPORTIONEDSEAMLESS ''' I ffr; : THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER
Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, and 609 Finney St.. Falconer.
Muncie. Mn. G. Rowley, Sue-D-K Mobile i, P. O. BOX 408
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grantham. Home Park, Friendship. Corner of Missouri fir Lime
Sue-D-K Mobile Home William Utter Sue-D-K Mobile NYLONS Lakeland, Florida 25'
Home Park Staten Island.
Park Delphi.John McBride Sue>.K Mobile Fred Ward 18S Lake Morton Enclose 25c each for single!

Home Park. Markle. Drive Dolgevllle. copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis McCain I Miss Helena A. Ward 18S EACH OR

Sue>.K Mobile Home Park, Lake* Morton Drive Dolgevllle. Sale66cKkUMtllHlK Y6 f MAILED FREEAnywhere .
'DelphLMr.. and Mrs. George Meyers, I."Mr. and Mn. Carl L, Jones m ""*" In the U. S. or Canada
Sue>.K Mobile Home Park 42 A Carla-Kea'i Mobile Home I ) ,
Michigan City. ,Park Akron. i *l am enclosing S. . 5
Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Mi Mr. and Mn. W. A. Schless Whisper sheer proportioned for perfect t ii Pleas Mail the Decade for Decision

chef WoodalTs Trailer Village man. 426 Florida Ave., Mon- fit in abort medium and lone .Run H rx:::"" Progress Edition Tot

Tlpton. roeville. resistant mesh or sleek plain. 8Vi-lI
Mr. and Mn. Houghy Mount Stanley E. Dlllman. Terrace FOR
Ask for No.154.SMOCT .
Sue-D-K Mobile Greenville.
Park. Delphi. Hotel : : NAME
Mr. and Mn. Ralph Sellers, PENNSYLVANIAMr. MIIIUM IONS
Sue-D-K Mobile Park Michigan
and Mn. B. C. Adams,
City.Mr. Mobile Home Park, ADDRESS $1
and Mrs Glen Sherwood,
Sue-D-K Mobile Park Michigan Mehoopany. I IMra. Cranti-oirn brand
Annie Brabson, CITY STATI
City Everett St., Lancaster County. I'SIS SILK-LOOK ACELE . . . .
Mr and Mn. Gordon N. Spell- .
Mn. Lena Coates 2401 EverettSt.
man Wilmary Hotel, Hammond.
Mr. and 'Mn. Robert Strad- Lancaster County. ACETATE SLIPS I 28% EXTRA SAVINGS | NAM MAILED
Mn. Lula Conrad, 2401 EverettSt. I
ling Sue>.K Mobile Park Mun- r6 ly
.. Lancaster County. Tailored or fancy Ityte.Vithdoub1e.1drtaorahad.., ,, ,
cie.Mr Mn. Mary Gross, 2401 EverettSt. ti
and Mn. C. C. Williams, \ ADDRESS
., Lancaster County. Sale I 44
Pine Lake Mobile Homes Earl ow panels; fashioned of .
Mn. Pauline. Weiss, Sue-D-K Anywhere
Park. Mobile Home Park, Philadelphia easy-care, snowy white uIRMILLYNe CITY STATE
IOWA Acele Sizes 32 to 48. .
I In the
Mn. Emily Franke, Sue-J>.K RHODE ISLANDMr.
Mobile Home Park Des Molnes Cranlt-otcn brand ,, U.S.
and Mn. Henry Keough, \
Mr. and Mn. Earl D. Haroft, Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, I'SIS9 TAILORED AND % HAM.
3037 Woodland Hills Muscatlne ; "

Mr., 804 and E.Mn.Peachtree Andrew St.Jorgensen Girth-- Pawtucket.TEXAS FANCY BRIEFS I[H% EXTRA SAVINGS I ADDRESS or

rle Center. Mr. and Mn. Hans Hofstettee, CanadaORDER
Mr. and Mn. V. B. Vamlerloo, Sue-J>.K Mobile Home Park, Lavishly! trimmed acetate 4 CITY STATE
121 S. Florida Ave., Dubuque. Port Arthur.VIRGINIA tricot size 6 to 8. Or Salo I 28 C . . . .
KENTUCKY Magio Value' runproof
tailored, In sizes 5 to 8. tIOUUILya
Mr. and Mn. R. W. Walker, Miss Blanche Brattln. 130 S. NAME
185 Lake Morton Drive, Mt. Massachusetts Ave., Arlington.Mr. YOURS
Sterling. and Mn. L. G. Flint 212 S+n
MAINE E. Oak St., Lynchburg. 1 ADDRESS
Miss Dorothy E Johnson, 130S. 1f NOW!
Ralph Benton, Sue>.K Mobile Massachusetts Ave., Arling- R
Home Park, N. Sebago.Mr. ton. CITY STATE .
and Mn. Winifred Downs, Mr. and Mn. Harold N. Miller . . . .

Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, Route 2, Box 132S, Bristol

Mr. and Mn. D. A. Gould v NAME
Mn. Lela Hodges 823 Hampton -
124 Tyler Ave., Rockport.
Mn. Rose Kingsley Sue-J>.K Ave., Buckingham. -. ADDRESS

Mobile Home Park, Strong
and Mn. Harry Lally
Mr--.K Mobile Home Park, 200 Newsmen F tA Grantt-own brand CITY STATE

Mn. Leola McCourt. Sue-J>.K Watch Bomber STAY FRESH IN
Mobile Home Park Strong.
Mr. and Mn. Dana ,
Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park Crash In FlamesFORT 35% COTTON

Strong.Clarence Robinson, Sue-J>.K I SAVI2S% I

Mobile Home Park Wells.MASSACHUSETTS. Two hundred WALTON aewspapermenand BEACH (AP I SAVE 2.u I

foreign military personnel
Mr. and Mn. Norman F. saw a B26 bomber crash inflames Sale 00LNRAl "
Sale 5.88 3.00 ;
Chaffee. 1033 S. Success Ave., Tuesday night during ademonstration r 'I

MICHIGAN Force Base. The crew of two UC>>UUIL1'7." REGULARLY 3.99 .

Mr. and Mn. Frances Alger perished. IN THIS GIANT,.COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE -

Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, John Egan of the Napa t Wash-wear Fortrelpolyester Cool, sleeveless EDITION THAT WILL TELL
(Calif.) Register said the bomber
Saginaw. .* cotton.1I with stylish detail
Mr. and Mn. Dallas B. Avery, had Just completed a strafing + 35' sweep skirt, 6" such as button sides, r THE BRILLIANT STORY 6> POLK COUNTY
Tanglewood Trailer Village, run with its .>>caliber machine hem, top stitchingmatching /
Pontiac. gun blazing when the right belt ft but- sip backs slit side*. IN WORDS,

Mr. and Mn. Dave Baal, wing fell off. tons. In blue, pink Radiant spring print
Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, The craft crashed In an open s maize. Sizes: .8 to 18.'ChargeIt'.Ho M..' sizes 1018. PICTURES and ADVERTISING!
Wyandotte. field two miles from shocked

Sandy CottriH, Sue-D-K Mobile ( spectaton. NOTE: To have firm representedin
Home Park, E. Detroit. The fliers' names were withheld your
down 6..30 days or months lo
Mr. and Mn. Lyall Driver,, pending notification of their money pay this issue call .
Sue-D-K Mobile Home Park, 'amilies.' They were member of
FowlervWe. the First Air Commando Wingof Bob Powell at 68G1151TOURIST
Mr. and Mrs. John Fenwick, the Tactical Air'Command

1012 So. Tennessee Ave. Vicks-- based at Hurlburt Field, Fla. SOUTHGATI SHOPPING CENTER GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER
The command supplies advisors -
Miss Isabel Findlay, 824 E. to the Vietnamese govern

Lime St, Lansing. ment.

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I e'Ii'' n' IJ, .

11 LAKELAND !LEDGER Thursday. Feti. 11884 h
.. State Toll Minuteman Test Fires
I "" "" --

1! ; t ," :.: / r.)< ,:' Roads Take In Roc/cet-Powered Decoys VALUE!!


I $814,808 CAPE KENNEDY (AP) A decoy slowed down and trailed

TALLAHASSEE Minuteman mi.s II I I plunged behind U,5. experts assume the
1 (AP
) The
State Road Department's 11 toll back through the Earth' .tmOl- Russians have equipment capapheree .

'I project took In $814.808 In January after a 5.00D-mUe teat ble of dlfferentiatlJ1
from about 4.5 million ve-'flight last night firing several Sources reported the penetrarocketpowered .
hIcles. dummy war tlon aids carried last night had
t The flood of automobiles was heads designed to deceIve individual pro p u I a Ion mOo
I the fourth highest monthly total emy defenses ton which boosted the speed. FRUIT of the LOOM

on record and the month/a Income -I The Air Force announced the Some were to match the velocl-
was the fifth time the rev intercontinental range weapon ty of the warhead, others were Unconditionally/ "/ Guaranteed
enue amounted to more than'successfully new ins planned tra- to spurt ahead to scatter chaff
$800000. Jectory after blasting out of .n In front of the nose cone for ad- MEN'SPAJAMAS
underground launching silo at dltlonal deception.
Skyway Lead
Cape KeMedy.
The Sunshine Skyway across Americans each use about '
Performance Recorded
lower,Tampa Bay led In revenue pounds. of paper a ye.r.
a* It took In $188.805 at the rate Ships and planes In the land. -- --- ------

of II per passenger car This Ing area In the south Atlantic Fin Quality Printed Broadcloth.
WM up slightly over two per Ocean recorded performance of FAT
cent front the previous January the warhead and effectivenessthe Sanforized. Sizes A, B, C, D.

The airport expressway at MI- decoys,nTh'I was no announcement -
ami where auto toll 1 II 10 cent, o OVERWEIGHT
led In traffic with 1.5 million ve- The night was the first of a 00

ildes. Even at the low toll rate series Intended to develop fool. "..II. "w_ wlth..t a.._e ,rpenetration .-
k1 it took in proof aids for the :" ', DelNea.Y. 2
$137.407 to rank secondto :, ,.use ::. '.010 : "
EXPERT QUESTIONED A Florid. JouHi.nl ColUa. sad Mcnhi She keILr4" of Ml.ml, the Skyway In revenue. The Minuteman nuclear w.rhead. :: I..Mlr.., "a .wow..NMN N. N""W'I: t.Oi...:: I for
I, 4UtiH.... Dr. Rich.... L. W.'lk.r, right, .f the UlvrIty .( South Cralln, wMIt Robert H. A..,. Income was up IS per cent over The decoys are designed to conNr.u.e.: : reuse.:. Nnel.e'' ,use er.e..n .
I men .f rh* FSC history faculty looks ... Dr. Welter. Is titt .f three vlilHnj (,....,. .t the c... January of last year. ruse and overload hDltlle detec. :"'a:.,f-ae:" N'r"':D:: J(-:"'L:+e"
....'. Second Annuel 'IeHtvt..a Forolfit Affaire I brine dlrecreo) bf Akermen.i Two Jacksonville expresswayridges tion systems, giving the actual ..."IN' ?..r ..,I. .... t tC"e...: r
ll..ut I O PIY.'e N.w t.
better of w. rw
warhe.d chance
the Warren with $152,394 a noNNeN e.e.N. Deluding
from 925,313 vehicles, and the I countermeasures ,Uchi-:::.".= .r.wa; .:.e ::
Professor China Mathews with $148.221 from 543,- I II .ntl.mlsslle missiles. =.,h.son.,u-WI11-I1: :: --h::I I r
i Visiting Says 318 vehicles, were third and PrevIous WI r h e a d decoys rw.:" N..:rII:1:..Ire' ::.r\ FNaPlM t
fourth In earnings and third and I ejected without rocket asst. "ease ... ',.l.r a1'i. \Mll
II second in traffic I proved effective until advanced = cu.rN.m: M t.".. .::. ::

'Towering Threat To Peace1 II I electronic equipment w. able ::.rJ: : o'o: : .Yi lull Milh, ery:j, 816 N. Florida
The word has them When the : "' .M=I''
geography a I to sort out. M.r. use 1.. ::.: Oresd :
Greek: root-geographU-a de- 'warhead and dummies hIt the wow .l

Red China Is "a towerlnj g er of the University of South whole world In terms of conflict I' crlptlon of the world. heavy I atmosphere, the lighter _.
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threat to peace," convinced tha t Carolina. J
she Is destined to rule the worlda I Dr. Walker Is director of International 3. Dualism a divided work:
; studies at the University -In which Red China's mission 1
visiting professor at Florid; of South Carolina and to eradicate the West '
Southern College warned yester" the author of several books on 4. Organization and moblllza RALPH'S Free ii BRYANT'SRED

foreign affairs, including "China tlon of the masses. _
14 year the Chinese Com- Under Communism. 5. Spread the "scientific trull I tIn1'I

munlsts have upset the bale race Asia Discussed I of Marxism, which they regan & WHITE MARKET
of power In Asia, intImidate He was the speaker at the
6. Long-range view of hUton
India, and forced Western power Southern..1
; opening of Florida which means, to them, tha t
to batten their retreat fron WEST MEMORIAL BLVD.
Second Annual Institute on Foreign HIGHWAY 98
Aria"said Dr. Richard L. Walk world-wide communism is Inevitable
: Affairs.The program theme ...
is "Red China and India the "Learn' all you can about Across From Kathleen Hi PROVIDENCE

Dance Teen Crisis for Leadership of Asia.1" China, a country that doubtlesi
The Institute will run through will affect all of our lives foi LAKELAND AD GOOD THRU SATURDAY
tomorrow, directed by Robert'many years to come" Dr. Walker Quantity Rights Referred
Center To Open H. Akerman, head of the col- advised the student.

lege' history department.At The visiting speakers are ap BE THRIFTY-SHOP RED ft WHITE IN '64
Tomorrow NightA a public session today at peering here under the auspice ,
4 I p.m. the speaker was to be of the Danforth Foundation and
Dr. Arthur Steiner of the University the Associated Mid-Florida Colleges byou j' GOLD BOND
dance and teen center, the of California at Los save, save stamps
Lakeland Hills Paladium at the
Angeles In a review of "Sino-
former Veteran of Foreign Wars
India Relations and American
hall on Lakeland Hill Boulevard .
Foreign Policy
will open tomorrow nightat
8 o'clock. The public also Is Invited to a GRADE "A" WHOLE
10 a m. session tomorrow in the PORKCHOPS
Harold Grizzard will
Mayor college chapel when Dr. A. K. NEW
the ribbon -
cut officially openIng
Jar will speak on "India's RoleIn
the which
new paladium Asia. He I. a staff memberof
features four hour of dancingfor MO
India' Embassy in Washington. -
person 18 yean old to 26 .

II! years old.Managel'l. Americans should not underestimate NEWS !
i Ray Sanchez and the Chinese "one
R. K. (Ken) BoykIn explainedthat of our frequent mistakes of the
no alcoholic beverages will past in dealing with Asian coun-
be served at the hall, nor will tries" Dr. Walker said EACH
i they be allowed to be brought t
Superiority Felt
into the area.
Price of admission will be one He pointed out that China is J. .
dollar each. Person leaving the second largest country in LYKES .
the paladium will have to pay the: world geographically, numbers .
another dollar to get back in, one-fourth of the world's Wieners
the manager said. population, and has mankind's Air Conditioning Unit
longest recorded history of civilization : Whole Z
The paladium features a ball .
room, lounge, snack bar and "The Chinese feel superior to 27 3 12.0,1:

teen center. 'other nations, and they always .
Bands will play Friday and have." he said, "just as they Lb.
Saturday night from 8 o'clock have long believed that they
until midnight. There are 15 are destined to rule the world
bands lined up to play duringthe "They remember that they FAMOUS SHORTENING
next few week, the managers had already achieved a tremen- lb.

said. dous, sophisticated culture when JIFFY FIXINS Bake Rite . . 3 ..; 49Cube "!
Friday night' session will be our ancestor were jumping EASY TERMS LIMIT 1 WITH MM OUDCII
free parents and faculty members around in loin cloths- and they Steaks 10 89
Every now and then a new prod.
who wish to inspect the still regard all outsiders as ?
barbarians" uct la Introduced that so far .. .. .
paladium. NORTHERN
He added that "Communist ahead In Its fiald It's new. TOILET

China fancies herself the de- You're looking at one now. Features > .
stined leader of all non-western ?Listen I Super-quiet sound
Convention Set countries, and this Is the heartof level. the Time-Ouard Circuit TISSUECatsup
her current dispute with a patented automatic con''
At Bible CollegeThe Russia." trol that eliminates manual resetting
Dr. Walker said that Mao Tze- and Insures longer life

annual missionary convention tung, Communist China's party ...a compact, corrosion-resist
chief, has replaced the old "em ant casing of zino-ooated steel '
held in the Lake '
will be
SouthEastern peror image" and is virtually ..,and the revolutionary Carrier 216t: ; 29
Bonny Bible Tabernacle College next week worshipped by his followers.Major Mlcromlte! Compressor that . ;
Factor Listed I makes all other out of date.
The featured speakers for the
morel For details
Many call or
event will be" the Rev. C. M. He termed Premier Chou En-
Ward, Revlvaltime speaker forthe lal a* "perhaps the ablest diplomat come ml I YELLOW CREAM FRUIT LIMIT

weekly national radio broad- on the world scene today, Corn 2 303 33* C'ktail 2 ;.If 49* *
cast of the Assemblies of God; a charmer who can" charm Gen IVY'S can* PLUIt
the Rev. William Lovick missionary Charles DeGaulle.
Dr. Walker listed these six
major factor in Red China'sprogram
Quentin Shone, missionaryGuatemala to I aimed at world domination #2
; and the Rev. Paul : GAS SERVICE Peas 2 co303ns.39' P'applc con 33 .MORTON, APPLE '& PEACHEARLY'
Schoonmaker, director of radio 1121 New. A..h.ltl.l. .
1. Correct leadership Com Hwy.Phon.
minlsterles for the Far East munlst with all decisions: *
style 'II.un GARDEN SLICED Fruit Pies 29
Services will be held at 10:30 made at the .
top. .
22 .,.
am. and 7:30 p.m. each day 2. Struggle a* evidenced by Loktlond, Pie. Sp'n'ch 3 tarn 49* Beets 2 30J 39*
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special will feature be the of missionary the convention t f ABOUT Beets 2 35 Sauce 3 tS 33* 27*

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mission fields of the world.
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Care Hear Of About TeethThe Dr. Earle' Emme Explodes Popular

Teacher Elementary third meeting School of Combee Parent Myths In Address On Superstition

Association -
will be I
held tonight at 7:45: o'clock
m the catetorium with Mrs By NANCY BROWER set up experiment to disprove one' life Dr. Emme chose His Intelligence quotient was
William T. Mitchell, present Women's Staff Writer the ability of these from a student body of 1,250 such that he not only refusedto
presiding t lw By means of scientific experiments method to predict the fu, person, four who were born give up old beliefs which

Dr. A. Payton Hodges )r.. and other research, tore, on the same day In the sameyear. had been disproved, but also
Polk County health dentist, Dr. Earle Emme has debunked Had Fortune Told The four were found to readily absorbed new superstitions -
and Miss Iris Hendrix, county many of the most commonly Three young college coed, be markedly different In outlook Dr Emme said

health nurse, will talk on "The held superstitious above average In Intelligence ability and personality, Home, Is Responsible
Proper Care of the Teeth." beliefs! -'It.!'. education, sociability and skill 10 much *o, said Dr. Emme, "Home training Is primarily
The fifth and sixth graders of the Amen. In understanding others were that "no one guide could: give responsible for the degree
will present an arrangementof can people sent to a fortune teller, one valuable helpful Informationto of superstitions belief
American patriotic Ina talk to I to have her fortune told the each. "
songs. any Individual has, Dr.
Miss Dorothy Davis safety the American I other two one of whom wasa The commonly held belief Emme said. He found that
director will give report of Home Life department w stenographer, to take and that cattle particularly bulls, specific Instruction greatly
the school patrol and start the of the I compare notes. Dr Emme are enraged by the color red reduced superstitious belief
campaign for a "bicycle safety Woman's Club I warned the girl whose for- was challenged by Dr. Emme among his students.
route" to the school to enlighten this morning, I tune was to be told not to be- and a group of students who "Nearly everyone has a few
the motorists of their he told of his I ,tray any Information about confronted 11 cows and one mild superstitious belief
whereabouts.The unique expert-1 herself by word, facial expression bull In a natural cowyard that they fool around with,
Founder' I fonts on su- or action. setting with equal size banners
Day story rM1POLISHING DR> EMME such at keeping four-leal clovers
will be told celebrating the at perstlrutlon In When the note taken by of red white, green and or a rabbit' foot as good
beginning of the first PTA.A an address titled "Fact and. the students, both of whom black. The cattle gave the luck charms," said the educator
Valentine motif will be Superstition. were very well acquaintedwith most attention to the white "These do no harm and
carried out at refreshment In studies of the superstitious the girl whose fortunewas banner the least to the red can be maintained only don't
time. Mrs. lames Tlson Is t beliefs of large numbersof told were compared the although all were displayed overdo it and Uon't pass these
college students he found fortune teller was found to be
the chairman of the refresh- simultaneously, the researcher beliefs on to children."
ment committee.A UP silver pieces to belied at the Fine Arts Tea planned Sunday by the that students most tenaciously wrong on 14 of the 17 points pointed out. Dr. Emme recently retired
nursery for small children Junior Woman' Club are tea committee members from left, Mrs. True Burr cochairmanof : clung to their faith In the covered. Dr. Emme said. after seven year on the FlorIda
Research Grant
will be 'provided. This Is a the tea and first vice president of the club; Mrs. DougUs Malsberger, chairman of displays value of horoscope readings Horoscope Study Won Southern College\ faculty
service project for the Debon- atthe event; and Mrs. Clyde A. Martin Jr., who will preside at the punch bowl. The palmistry and other methodsof In order to study the has effect Dr Emme's most ambitious as Instructor In the psychologyof
Dr. Emme one' horoscope on
ettes a girls' service organisation tea will be held at the clubhouse 59 Lake Morton Drive, from 3 to a o'clock. (Ledger Photo fortune-telling. assault on superstition won religion. Before coming to
at Lakeland High By Perkins) him a grant from the Iowa FSC he was a member of the
School. Academy of Science He set faculty of Bradley University.
up an experiment wherein 98 Peoria, 111., where he was
Cadette TroopTo college students all juniors elected professor emeritus of
Ridge Music Teachers Planning and seniors were given a psychology and religion. His
Entertain questionnaire on which they research on superstition ha
were asked to state whetheror been nationally recognized.
Fellow Scouts Sixth Annual Student RecitalThe common not they superstitions.believed In The 47 j - -. -- --

Girl Scouts of Cadette Troop LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. II, 1964 17 same questionnaire was presented Weave
299 Pioneer Neighborhood, public la Invited to attend student, who will in disguised form to Rough
participate Joseph) Woodman; Mr. Richard .
the 96 students three times
will entertain the Girl Scouts the sixth annual student as follows: Mr. M. K. Beyer S. Wells Cindy Wells Cottons Still
and younger girls of Marlon recital, sponsored by the will present Barbara West; and Mr. Elmer Wilson, I Tops At BridgeLAKELAND I during the school year.
Lea Training School at a Val- Ridge Music Teachers Association Mrs. Sue M. Fowler, Sharon Emily Wilkinson The questionnaire revealed Fashion First
entine party tomorrow In the Sunday at 3 p.m. at Brooks; Prof. Paul Roe Good- Mrs. Robert L Turner of according to Dr. Emme, that
school lunchroom.A the Tuesday Music Club. Mrs. man, Rick Schopke; Mrs. Lake Alfred I* chairman. South Mr. Graham Cochraneand persons of low intelligencenot In a recent campaign to find
red and white theme of Ruth B. Lockmlller president Elizabeth Ann Harrison, Susan Hostesses for the receptionare Mr. Lera Ryan, first; only have the greatest out what cotton wa* most desirable
North-South winners of Lake-
Valentine's Day will be car has announced that a reception Wright, Barbara DuBose Lee Miss Mardelle Smith and Mr. and Mrs. William Dancy number of superstitious beliefs the questlonaire showed
ried out In table decorations will follow. Lanier and Melissa Surles; Mrs. Harry Guy of Winter land Duplicate Bridge Club second; Mrs. Perry Swindler but cling to them most that homespun In prints and
and refreshments After making The program will consist of Mrs. Rudolf Ittlinger. Robin Haven. games have been announcedas and Mrs. Elmo Hoffman enaciously. He cited the case solids were the most important
old.fashioned lace valentines piano solos duets duos and Kaln. follows: third; and Dave Hausemanand of a red -haired basketball all cotton in the style picture.

the girls will sing songs quartets organ solos and a Mrs. W. L. Knight, Kenneth Mrs. Phillip Trohn and Stan Mrs. C. A. Cox fourth. center later expelled from Gilberg's, The Hotise of 1000
and play games. woodwind trio from the Jennings; Mrs E. P. Ray Ida Exercise Class ley Sapp, first; Mrs. John East-West Mr. Ted Flanl- college for low grades, who Fabrics In keeping with their
Guests will be. Mrs. R. W. studios of teachers in Plant May Hurts; Mrs. Ersula Robertson Battle and Mrs. Duane Sur gan and Robert Thornhill checked 11 superstitions that desire to show all that Is new
Snyder and Mrs. J. T. Holder City Bartow, Lake Alfred Charles McNabb; Mr. Starts TomorrowThe geon, second; Mrs. Theo Walt first; Mrs. Theo Waits and he believed In when he first and fashionable in fabrics are
leaders of Marion Lea Troop Winter Haven, Auburndaleand Sue Ella Skipper Susan Snod- and Mrs. William Dancy Doug Hall, second; Mrs. took the test. Later In the featuring homespuns for Spring
232; Mrs. Charles Sanders Lakeland. grass; M r a. Raymond C. first class In the "Shape third; Mr. C. R. McColpin George Garrard Jr. and Mrs. year he took the same test for 64. Available.. at your Gil-
principal of Mar l Ion Lea '. Teachers will present their Smith Eleanor DeLand and Up with Exercise" program and Otto Rice, fourth Dick Weld third; Mrs. Hall printed in a different orderon berg's store atj j |0s e, M.l
School; Mrs. Harlan Herbert. conducted by the Park and East-West Mrs. Lera Ryan and John Taylor, fourth. a different color paper and -Acv.
Girl Scout district advisor for Tomorrow's Menu Recreation Department of the and! Bruce Barnes, first; Mrs. owned up to 19 superstitions. .
Lakeland area; Mis. R. W. Ideas' City of Lakeland will be held Elmo:; Hoffman ana Mrs, J. u RIDGE

Tallent Pioneer Neighbor- tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at the Nicholls second; Mrs Kelly Winners of Ridge Duplicate
hood chairman; Mrs. Bruce Chicken-Tomato Soup French dressing minced onion Recreation Center, 203 N. Walker and I. Wakely third, Bridge Club games include: FOR GIRLS AND TEEMS:
Baker troop consultant; and Macaroni Lobster Salad and marjoram, tossing Massachusetts Ave. Mr and Mr. Leo Vlck, fourth. North-South Paul Tyler and
Mrs. John B. Sargeant and Split Toasted Garlic Roll The Mrs Philip Trohn first; Doug
instructor Mr*. Billie
lightly well. Cover and
Mrs. Horace G. Combee lead Orange Coconut Layer Cake Snow of Tampa told advance Hall and O O Feaster second IT'S THE ENSEMBLE
ers of the Cadette troop. Compote of Fresh Fruit chill for several hours, stirring -
registrant for the class "IfI. Bartow Duplicate Bridge ; Mrs. Elmo Hoffman and
Coffee Tea Milk occasionally.Cook a grandmother, can do Club winner are: North- Mrs. Perry Blakemore, third;
Lenten ServicesTo MACARONI LOBSTER lobster according to these exercises, you can." She Robert Thornhill and Mrs.
SALAD package d 1 r ct Ion., chill advises women who attend the Grange Members Duane Surgeon fourth FOR
Held At About East-West, Mr. and Mrs.
Be ( 2 quarts thoroughly, then cut Into %* classes to wear lome fitting ft
I to 12 servings) short, bathing suit or tight Will Meet At Jim Nicholls, first; Mrs. Theo ,
Christ Lutheran 1 package (7 or 8 or) elbow inch slices. Blend together and to bring a blanket o* Waits and Mrs. C. W. Thompson EASTER
macaroni mayonnaise, tour cream and beach towel to spread on the Scout HouseCitrus second; Mr and Mr*. -
Christ Lutheran Church will 1 can (6 oz.) broiled mush- lemon juice. floor. William Dancy third; Mrs
observe Lent in a series of room crowns quartered Drain excess French dressIng Classes are an hour long Center Grange 178. George Hadaway and Mrs V.
from macaroni. Stir in
services to be held each Friday ,'Ii cup French dressing lobster, then stir in and will be held each Mondayand will have a covered, dish supper -,. D. Flesher, fourth.Religious .
at 7:30: p.m. at North 3 tablespoon minced onion mixture. Add mayonnaise Friday at 9:30 a.m. fora Seturday at 6 p.Bw at the I
Lakeland I. dash marjoram gherkins series of 10 lesson. A fee ,
ElementarjuMwol! Girl Scout House; on Park
cucumber and radishes and
,.West Robson"Street.1 starting, 2 package (9 oz., each) of l<'i*I charged payable at view. Groups'Meeting
toss lightly until well mixed.
, tomorrow South African rock lobster until the beginning of the course, Members will provide a dish I !
The Rev. W. J. Synatschk tall Refrigerate ready to it was announced. to share and their own table Calendar!
pastor, has announced that W cup mayonnaise serve. service The Thomas Stadt-

the theme will be "Were You H cup sour cream Valentine ermana and the Earl Schroe- '.''YIII 'Oil THE D"Y-Pn t Ik 4w
There?" In keeping with the 1 tablespoon lemon juice Central Avenue Dance den will have charge of the holpful, prav.r, S ,muminl of mwll-
penitential thought of the season 1 jar (I oz) sweet gherkins Slated Tomorrow kitchen and table arrangement .n t.Uo..red Mr oliht worship, Dial Ivauu.TOD"Y ant hour. ot Utt AS SEEN IN I
the church will observethe sliced diagonally Church Adult *. 1 AMERICAN GIRL,
custom of having no flow- 1 cup cucumber slices Set Lakeland Summer Club will Visiting Grange membersare S yT PAUL LUTN..AN. "OD'I Club e FEBRUARY
Banquet /,7't"
ers or foliage In the church. quartered have a Valentine dance tomorrow invited. LUTHIMAN, church ..oea."cN111W'1'uTN..AN '

1 cup sliced radishes Central Avenue Baptist from S to 11 p.m. at The business meeting will a. vultallon. :vanvcltnin, veer mm.team ;2 ,
Wedding Cancelled Cook macaroni In boiling Church will have its annual the Magnolia Building Civic open at 7:30, with James Ine.t..t horn of tho Rev. W J. d :
rniUohk, ........ AVMIIM, 7 90 p.nFRIDAY i r
salted water until just tender. adult sweetheart banquet tonight Center East Orange Street. Maslyn master presiding
Mrs. Ellen Gamble of Drain rinse under cold water at 6:45 o'clock at the Door prizes will be given. During the lecturer's hour, CN"IIT LUTNIII". IMlteD Mr..
Tampa and Frank Thompson and drain thoroughly. church A king and queen will Music will be provided by past masters and past lecturers I,. st alemm'7 30 art m, .shoal 0e Nrtb."t. Lob.00,4 .-

North Gilmore have an- Drain. mushrooms, reserving be chosen from those attending Munafo' Ban d. Refresh will be honored with a coat FAITH, 1 30 LUTHIHAN..m. ooDII'.llIoD
nounced that the marriage of broth for future use. Combine ments will be served special program which Mrs.
their daughter Miss Mary macaroni and mushrooms The Rev. Joseph Folds, field The public Is Invited to at. Fred Emmick, lecturer. has PelTN POOL SATUHDAV INT..OtsoewA.TIONAL 4.
Ellen Thompson, to Roy A. In suitable container. secretary for South Florida tend. prepared. PAer.l oOlnmuoll CN"IIT'AN.. room 7 :3e doenloen.A pm. else'.
lust th.
Thompson will not take place. Blend together and add Baptist Association, will speak f ft. fi ---- .., onsw.rf '
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I Writer Says There Are Nothing But Women Buy- 75 Per Cent Of All Goods I

Shocking Words For Spring Styles.. And Services Bought In United States

TALLAHASSEE Be yourselves should keep up such womanly sink In this country 12 inches many a year thinking of it
By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON out a program or a commenta- many of these look startling!) Gently fashion writers were tak girls, advertising executive activities as cooking. "Before Christine Fredericks and perhaps many more accomplishing
AP Fashion Writer tor, a fashion writer can't tell like nightgowns, they remain en to task by one New York col- Josephine Foxworth "Successful advertisingwomen came along-Christine, by the it because they
NEW YORK (AP-AI pret one from a short coat or button- conservatively tagged evening umnlat for sloppily applying the today advised distaff recruitsto married or not, keep way, wan also founder of Advertising would have lacked the proper
a. they were, the spring fashion I down tunic dre. gowns. word decoUetege to gowns that her line of work: ours Is a themselves well-versed in the Women of New York back-ache Inspiration.' "
were bewildering to the, mo! Among the several approach- Mother approach Ia the cling- really have no necklines at all "female economy" and women womanly arts of homemaking -women accepted their painfully Mb Masters
than :200 out-of-town reporter I es taken by American designers to-cllnky crepes which cover Yet, until somebody coins a succeed in advertising "by cooking decorating, enter- low,kitchen sinks as an In the same way advertising
who were here for a week CI f Ia the .ee-through-or a genes from neck to toes and yet show word for the barely-a-bodice.ow being women, by thinking like taining," she said. "This incontrovertible fact of life, woman, Miss Foxworth
preview use of gossamer yardage In every outline. baD gown we're stuck with de- women and living like wom equips us to reach other women But Christine who had acquired said, have been in the vanguard .
Women only have to wea r either angelic pu"'l hues, or' In The most talked about of the colletege a. we are with ther en" where they live to talk to her share of backaches, of such advances in
them. Men only have to pay to wicked black, tluttery with rut- season I. the peek-a-boo or the rest of fllhlon' inaccurate The opening speaker for Advertising them In their own language bending over her own kitchen food preparation as the gourmet
them. But the fashion writer I flea bows and lace. Although so-ealled plunging neckline. Re- tennl. Day at Florida State about their own Interests." sink decided this was rich foods ready to heat and

must describe them and wit University Miss Foxworth Women's Ideas and glowing nonsense. serve, the glamour cake mix
no more to work with than .r who Is vice president and associate "A great many of today's "And aha went tearing off and pie mix, the pre-cooked
archaic glossary of euphemism e Theosophy creative director for topmost product developments to her typewriter where she and dehydrated potato, Instant .
and Inaccurate labels. Johnstone, Inc. and presidentof and household improvements launched an Industry crusadeto coffee, the Chinese TV
When an actor brazenly men Lecture the Advertising Women of are the direct result of Ideas raise the sink waist high- dinner and frozen foods.
stoned the word "shift" In 1907,, New York said a woman in originated by advertising women where it belonged in the first "Women are not merely Important
a horrified Dublin Theater audience TomorrowThe advertising not,only should be It was an advertisingwoman plea The deed was done. to advertising," she
male" b t who raised the kitchen And the men would have been
broke up In wild disorder, no "synthetic u.. .. said. "They are vital to itand
Fortunately, fashion editors today are becoming more so
wont shock anyone whe Theosophical Society In every year because Wi....
using the word to describe the Lakeland will sponsor a free living in a female economy

slithery, beltless silhouettes stil e\ public lecture "Man's Dynamic The busy preoccupied men
favored by many big-name cou r t Powers," b y M re. ,..a are leaving more and more of
turlers a sP"t the family purchasing towomen.
fed asp.
Layton of Salt Lake ." '
Decent And Proper : __ City tomorrow at S at the nf,
p.m. Women, she said, buy 30
But the decent and prope Lakeland Federal Savings and D f' per cent of the auto tires and
word for the feminine version of Loan Association's communityroom 1 according to statistics recently
trousers is pants. Writers will published by Fortune' Magazine .
corner of Pine treet k-
cope with it in describing Norman -, atf are now buying 73 per
Norell's travel suits, Maurice ., and North Tennessee Avenue. cent of all the goods and
Rentner's and Donald t- Mrs. Layton has recently services sold in this country
Brook's at-home costumes, John returned to the United States Women are not only the pun
Weltz's and Ann Forgarty's after a period of study and chasers but the owners, she
sports clothes. service at the International said. Over two-thirds of the
Because the word seems to Headquarters of The Theosophical nation's wealth is In the wom
have the same effect on men as Society at Adyar t an's name women comprise
"shift" had on that Dublin audience India 'where she was In vA SI per cent of adult shareholders
57 years ago, one ladies f > $+ charge of the Department of + P housewives are the larg
sportswear firm Is considering Information. ( est single occupational group
either a campaign of enlightenment During the past few years, among shareholders and a
or a contest to choose a Mrs. Layton and her husband third of the working population
more acceptable name. Felix have lectured in New Is female and last year
Waistlines have wandered so Zealand Australia, Indonesia, brought home 50 billion dollars
far away from the waist during Malaya and Ceylon as wellas in pay.
the ups and downs of fashion in India and Pakistan. They Needs Women
that the term has come to mean also made a six-month lecture
The advertising business not
than horizontal seam tour of
no more a Europe.
only needs women but has
anywhere between the shoulder The lecturer studied physical Y
them she said. The organization

and,, the hem. I therapy at the Universityof
she heads, Advertising
Utah and later operatedher
Waistlines Wander Women of New York, has 600
own physical therapy
While this line was generally establishment. She then returned members. A recent survey
tucked under the bosom duringthe to college and receivedher showed 66 per cent of the
past two seasons, this season master of arts degree BEAUTY SALON WEEK QUEEN Mrs. Virginia Hendrick of Lakeland, is crowned by membership were In the five-
It Is usually wrapped around MRS. RICHARD A. HALL from Stanford University. Mayor R. Harold Grizzard as members of her court Mrs. Carolyn Smith, left and Mrs figure salary bracket and 13
the hipbone, emphasizing the With her husband she has coauthored Barbara Orrlck, both of Winter Haven, look on. The crowning was a highlight of the luau heldat per cent earned more than
longtorsoed silhouette. A few the book, "Some Holiday Inn by Orange Belt Unit No. 12, Florida Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association $15,000.
avante garde designers have, Miss Marilyn McLeod Basic Concepts of Theosophy. in observance of National Beauty Salon Week, Feb. 9-15. "Since we are living In e
however actually put the so- female economy is the day
called waistline daringly close to hastening when the ad business -
the waist Bride Of Richard Hall will be almost an all-girl
Gals Can Take Credit For Tissue
Today a Jacket means any- orchestra-with only an occasional -
drummer boy or bull
thing worn over a skirt So long
Mr. and Mrs. John P. McLeod The bride Is the daughterof
and skinny are some, that with fiddler to catch the beat of ,
._ 3980 New Tampa Hwy., Mrs. Robert McLeod of you ever wish you could the market you even decided After the war ended the com- In 1924 these first disposable the vanishing male customer
have announced the marriageof Sarasota and the late Mr. thank the genius who put disposable how to use and package them.It pany discovered that 'Cellucot tissues appeared on the marketfor ?" she asked.

Speaking of Beauty their niece, Miss Marilyn McLeod. Her paternal grand paper tissues on the all started more than 40 ton could be made Into a tissue the "sanitary removal of The answer Is no, she said
market? Then take a bow. Be- years ago during World War I. '
since men succeed for the
McLeod, to Richard (Dick) mother Mrs. Elizabeth Mc that was both soft and dlspos cold cream Those first tissues -
ey phlli cause that genius was you-the One of you was an Army nurse same reason as women-they
!hill, ha r.Mved a aerial ofroll. A. Hall son of Mr. and Mrs. Lead lives at 710 E. Mc. American woman. then, on duty Just behind the able. The only problem was were expensive by present- are talented and hardworkingwith
rNUntlnS .ear Out.thlnt4basis. ." Emory L. Hall, 2317 Circle Donald i According to the corporationwhich front lines. A cotton shortage that they weren't certain what day standards-two for a penny a knowledge of how to
and, Polkr In k.plntlt4 thaE Drive. The couple exchanged vows produced the first facial caused a scarcity of bandages could be done with it. but-they were what the lady apply male know-how.
roe tWt sirs Pblllp, 1 tissues Just 40 years ago you so you used a new produc I The American woman had the ordered.In Miss Foxworth's address,
ears dMlnn.het a "be.Ll.uN' rou. on Jan. 17 at First Baptist can take the credit for this Indispensable known as Cellucotton which,answer. entitled "Don't Come into Advertising
nut Church in Plant The .household made from wood pulp. Cel Just e few years, women
f'w11P City. product. was "
In the advised women
5 ar I early 1920's ( called ,
you had about
; cis e, NEW ARRIVAL In Worn lucotton soft and absorbent I more to say tissues.
w. n. Rev. H. Richard Bills offi fact, u the American was Into advertising
von yourself a "flapper"'ou began By 1830 the had' not to come,
company received -
an not only put tissues on and ideal for bandages. .
beatlV} bi -AT- elated. using cosmetics In a big way. thousands of letters from unless- tJ
rat Ph1110 V d"I Ills The bride Is a graduate of Cold cream care, to beautifyskin women saying that its pop-up 1. They like to work.
a" i ,r// .trlrlnt onp Is a.pumbee InI THE H&S Florida Southern College andIs Alturas NewsALTURAS I and remove makeup, be- tissues were ideal disposable 2. Enjoy learning. if.
came a beauty ritual. Like
I .akel.nd with Ih. Creams handkerchiefs. A eon sumer 3. people.
PHILIP yr Nr huh/on.and breathe list teaching mathematics and were removed with fabric tow. survey confirmed the fact that 4. "You plan to bring along J v
arltnt. Kathleen Junior Mr. and Mrs. stopped for an overnight visit els, and "
science at the
hrnqnlett unsightly cold integrity.
teed one .bfe Jar and TOM tissues had a hidden talent beyond your
tlnu txt*,to of D,..r hi tjll- ,u, h> will co:- High School. Mr. Hall expectsto Nell Young of Bardstown, Ky. with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones. cream towel was a familiar their cosmetic use. The 5. They plan to contribute
th. *iww,A HowmiTooVrOoodnUht be graduated from the and Herman M. Young of Bos-1 Mr. and Mrs. Carldon Voigt bathroom eyesore. company followed the advice of as women to the professionand
Mrs Swl JONES University of Florida in July ton, Ky., visited the tatter's and children Louis and Evelyn Women wanted a convenientand women, advertised tissues as not Just compete with
(36th .f I ",1..) parents, Mr and Mrs. Dan Mr, and Mrs. Isaac Al- sanitary way to remove:disposable handkerchiefs, and men.
_clv.I with an electrical engineering creams, and the answer was'even packaged them in a 8. "You're Interested In
degree. Young. They saw the points britton and son, Dale, and Mr. disposable tissues. sized purse- "
pocket pack. money. _
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continued i;n L.III' r sightseeingtour daughters, Cheryl and The'

@m@ through the northern part rasa visited Mr. and

@ of the state enroute home. Nicholas Albritton at their'I MUST SELL !

Dr and Mrs. A. J. Personof new home In Duette. The

Chicago are visiting Mr. group had a picnic lunch be-
and Mrs. R. E. Stevens. Mrs. fore returning home.Michigan 1,000 PAIRS MEN
1/2 RICE Person and Mrs. Stevens are WOMENCHILDREN'S

Mrs. D. L. Smith, Mrs. W. Mrs Esther Chitty of Berk-
N. Gadau and Mrs. R. E. ley, Mich., has arrived for a
Stevens were hostesses for the visit with her brother and UNBELIEVABLE FANTASTIC OFFERS SEE FOR YOURSELFI!
'January meeting of the Worn- sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W.
an's Club. N. Gadau. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Unbelievable, Fantastic Offers Ladies'

Overnight VisitorsMr Humphrey of Berkley, Mich,
and Mrs. Robert Straightof were the guests of the Gadauson FASHION HEELSValues
Flint, Mich., enroute to the Saturday. They are winter.
Over 3,000 southern part of the state, and ing in St. Petersburg. Ralph
Polo te Stremme of Tampa and Mr, f
and Mrs. Joe Soucie of Elk-
loose: From -
All Cumnt Styles I, Valentine Party hart, Ind, also visited. % 97Nqy
Set For Students Mr. and Mrs. Larry Luna
Fall Cr Winter and Infant daughter of Fort
Gibsonia Bible Kindergarten, Myers were the guests of Mr.
sponsored by Gibsonia Baptist and Mrs. J. B.. Deese.
Dress Shoes Church, will have a Valentine Albert Oelze of Heyworth,
Day party tomorrow at 10:30a 111, residing in Winter Haven
11/:2 .m. at the kindergarten.On for the winter, visited his To 16.95
Red Cross Geppetto SAVE : arrival, the children will sister, Mrs. Delia Volgt on AH Suet Many Colors
deposit Valentines in a dec. Sunday.
Original Deb orated box which will be open- WOMEN'S & TEEN'S
ed later for distribution of
MademoiselleHigh G cards among the classmates. dJlJM.JJJtJ L

Various games have been yo"deFLATS
AND MOREHandbags planned for the children and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hall G
\ refreshments will be served. of Caledonia, Mo., are visiting 3'0%0 NS
) Mrs. B. A. Bozeman, Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Hendrickson /roor/ee: EF'a
W. L. Barnhart and Mrs.R. in Winter Haven. They will
M E. Frazer will assist the show a film on "Audubon's
\ teachers, Mrs John Waltta Wilderness Friday at 8 p.m. 99c
and Miss Verna Lee Roberta. at Civic Center Theater.4PIECE \

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LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Feb II. IH4 I0t.

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.I Teens, Here's Plan For Instant BeautyAP I

l Newsfeatures Writer steal the last vestige of reassurance MONDAY A day of fast light lipstick, rather than dark. are tall and thin, don't wear new hairstyle professional advice .

There's nothing like a charm that you can make and light diet. Stick to liquidsif FRIDAY-Experiment witha your hair piled up on top. It on eyebrows or manicure

pickup to chase those winter a comeback.But possible and give up frus- new hairdo keeping certain will look better In a neat arrangement Check teeth call your dentist
F doldrums At this time of year you can. tration foods. (These are favorites facts In mind. that falls gracefully and this la the week to buy

+ depression often seta In when Try a six-day Beauty Crash of the Munch and Punch If you are a butterball don't below the ears some little thing for your I

school work seems tougher, Program. Give up all extracurricular Society-candy, pastry, bagsof wear hair In aU-round fuztl- SATURDAYAnything you 'wardrobe.It .
family seems less understanding activity from Mon. nibbles, sweet drinks.) ness It should be close to couldn't do for yourself may may make a new girl out
t and you just can't do a day to Saturday and concentrate Single out your most annoying .the heed in soft waves. If you _!require professional help: _a_ of you. Or so you'll think.

thing with yourself.A on Improving yourself figure fault. Today and ..
look in the mirror may In the glamor department everyday for five days exercise 'mm.

to get rid of It Lie down

Becky Swann Wins DAR and cycle In the air to help
legs knees thighs. Lie down

and roll from aide to aide to

Good Citizenship HonorBECKY massage hips Touch your
right hand to left toes and left

hand to right toes from a
1R, MULBERRY-Becky Swann standing position, keeping

18-year-old daughter of Mr. your legs straight It Is excellent o
and Mrs. Hubert Swann of
f for waist hips, thighs 4
Nichols and a senior at Mul- n g a Sl 'kT r
berry High School will re- Eat lightly
t ceive the DAR Good Citizenship Exercise and concentrate on
tY award. your legs and toes the most ,
tA' neglected beauty areas In
A committee selected
t faculty winter
three girls to compete in writing
v lt an essay on the difference Clean your legs of furs witha I

f between a democracy and a razor or whatever Rub oil

republic and three points In s. on legs from toes to thighs. SALE !

form which of a constitutional government Is republic superior the Besides routine the may light,catch airy feeling on andyou'll t Floor I I Coverings I

be prepared for spring
to a communistic form.
and shorts when the time .... .- ", ,Irt '':::\
The winning essay was chosen t! J; ...
comes. "iI"JII"" -" ;.tt4'
by the Mulberry High School rj .k

faculty. Miss Swann will now Cut toe nails straight across, ........ .
have to fill out a questionnaire gently tapering the crosscut. er.: ->> ...A .... 'L..:. .. ....
which will be sent to the Avoid rounding corners promoting COMPLETELY

Daughters of the American Ingrown toenails
Revolution chapter In Bartow, WEDNESDAY Eat light.
Waltz, 2243 Burns St., are marking their Slit wedding anniversary which will enter it in the state ly. Exercise. Oil your feet Enjoy the luxury BY OUR SKILLEDand

today. They were married on Friday. Feb. 13. 1913 contest and legs.

In Port Jervls N Y They have a son of Scranton Pa. Mr. Miss Swann attended her SWANN Concentrate on your arms of AND EXPERIENCED

Waltz retired in 1954 after serving ai a taxi driver for 30 first three grades of school at and hajnds., Give yourself a practicality INSTALLATION MEN

years in Scranton. They moved to Lakeland in 1954. (Ledger Nichols. At that time Nichols Future Homemakers reporterand professional manicure with or

Photo-Perkins) and Mulberry consolidated, a member of the Varsity without polish. Soak your i i CABIN CRAFTS
and she will be graduated this Homecoming Court and the hands, acrub your nails, push

year from Mulberry High MHS Pep Club. back the cuticle. Use an I
Why. 5/ujw OlfL7Physically School. The student has maintaineda emory board to shorten them. DuPont 501

She Is senior class president B-plus average for high Rub oil from fingertips to I $845

Beta Club secretary, Future school and she has appliedfor shoulders in large sweeping continuous filament
You Can Be Teachers reporter member of enrollment at Universityof strokes If arms are too hairy, i iI
annual staff Panther Growl South Florida for next year remove hair. Rub oil across i I
editor Junior Classical Charla Cox was winner of shoulders and j
up neck to OFFER GOOD
Hamoered Bv Worries League officer Senior Personality this award at MHS last school THURSDAY NYLON CARPETING

best personality year. your face. Oily akin Chin'l THRU Ill Ilk

By JOSEPHINE LOWMANDid living. The better the quality helped with soap and

of food the greater the Smart Men dry skin needs oil. Includes the newest Foam Rubber

you ever stop to think efficiency and the more vibrant Young Continue light diet. Be sure

that when you worry you the health. to Include green leafy vegetables I Waffle pattern mildew resistant podAll % ,

worry with all of you with Emotional Factors Exercise. Continue oil / I

your heart circulation respiration But we must not forget the Want Bright Gals treatment on legs and arms. colors '
the wanted popular
and glands? Your emotional factors. Uncon Give yourself an eyebrow 1

muscles trolled, negative thinking can test Remove straggly hairs r '

tense up. f, undo much of the good of the By RUTH MILLETT siderably easier If he has a between eyebrows and those !a, i,

Even the measures I have just men Newspaper Enterprise Assn. marriage partner who is as under the arch. If your faceIs $

chemistry of tioned. If you have a problem "The bright young fellowsIn smart as he is. round keep eyebrows as I Call for Free Ktllmate >
. your saliva" do everything possibleto college are beginning to A Better Job long a line as possible and -
changes solve it. If this is impossible want to marry the bright tweeze so they are lifted at 686..J 193 CARPETSLINOLEUM
A .
bright wife will be able
Worry is then try to face it as young girls not the empty. a alight angle at the sides '
not just a a'i'I| permanent part of your headed ones" The professor to get a better job if she has Find your Iipllne. If you use COLLECT CALLS ACCEPTED FROM
existence and to it, to work than one not so favor NEARBY COMMUNITIES
'mental pro adapt who figured that out for herself lipstick a generous
cess It affects At least put it out of your Dr. Helen H. Green of bright could get. mouth but keep it dainty.

us all mind as much as you can. the University of Michigan If the "bright young fel Curve It just a little bit more Ellis Bros. 3240 S. Florida Ave
over and Do not mull it over day and isn't completely happy aboutit lows" the professor refers to than your own Upline permits, _
l night like a dog "worries"a though. have ever bothered to consider but don't get your mouth off
.AV'.l'Sfatigue : Miss Lowman what a girl of 20 will be I
She says: "I get a little Irritated balance. Experiment until you I
and tension. So longas The habit of worrying about when a young man like at 40 (probably few of get the right line for your I

we are alive and care everything even small un- tells me that he has looked up them ever have), they are mouth. Young girls should use I

.bo u t Prof le, we ere sure to imoortant things. can Bet an a .ftl.I'.... .. Po ins av e ra B a. This sure to have figured out that 1
while a girl who is a brain
: extremely
have some tension Perhapsthe strong on a didn't happen 10 years ago
and one who Is empty-heade
more perceptive a woman person. If any of you have but now they really want a
this problem want might be equally cute at 20, at SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. LAKELAND
is the more susceptible you may girl with fine intellectual capacity. ,
40 the one who is Intelligentwill
e: she is to tension because she my leaflet "Worry" which I worry a little bit
be far, far more .ttrac-
feels the impact of life in an gives you help in overcoming that they really may want her
If All especially keen way. She la this unhappy and damaging pay check as well as her live '

t., more aware of the drama and state. To obtain your copy .." .1 price sale
send a stamped self-address
poignancy and the tragedy Is This Bad?

# as well as the happiness, of ed envelope it to Josephine with your Lowmanin requestfor Is that so bad? No one has Kindergarten vitalityprofessional I

daily living. care uf The Ledger ever blamed girls for wantingto Puppet Shows
Worry can lead to real Tomorrow "2 Lemons marry a man smart enough shoes

nervous exhaustion but so Arid S Crackers A Day Not to earn a good living. Now Saturday At 2

can exhaustion lead to an apprehensive A Sufficient Diet." that ao many wives have to regularly t 11 .99.
sensitive worrisome work to keep up today's high Mrs. Bill Housefield, president
attitude. Our emotions Booklets available through standard of living I why.houldn't of Crystal Lake Kinder. sale! 6.00

and the functioning of our Josephine Lowman' WHY a young man figure garten Parent.Teacher Association
body are so closely corre- GROW OLD? column Include he might. well choose a has announced that .
White softest leather light end flexible
lated) "Elghl-Wa e k Self.Improvement wife capable of earning a the PTA will sponsor Helen ,
cm with that cushions
a bouyant wedge
Marathon "Nine Day i
Simple Rules good salary instead of one Stephens' "Puppet People" In .
and through the most
Reducing Diet "Trick and who could never hold down a "Pete and Repeat" show supports
The rules for health are no Treat Diet" "Tubby Hubby any but the most routine kind Saturday at 2 pm. in the. BROTHERS tiring hours. Especially constructed for
simple that we may fail to Diet" and "Your Bust" Send of job? school cafetorlum. comfort for nurses, beauticians,

take them seriously. Yet, a self-addressed stamped envelope After all, the professor is Tickets will be sold at the waitresses women in white!

they work wonders if follow. and It cents for each talking about "bright young door with proceeds used for Mass' Ladies' Shoes
ed as a habit. We must get booklet to Josephine Lowmaa fellows" If a young fellow is the kindergarten building
enough rest. We must give In care of The Ledger. Nearly bright at all he must realize fund, she said OR PHONE MAIL THIS COUPON TOi.

nature an opportunity to restock 1M free leaflets are offered, that an empty-headed little Mrs. Grady Judd, chairman, --...................-..
our store of energy too. Watch this column for girl might be fun on a date will be assisted by Mrs JANI LEE" ,

with enough sleep, short rest title of leaflet which may be but his struggle up the sue* Marian Drachenberg, Mrs. !MAAS BROTHERS LAKELAND FLORIDA
periods and vacations.We of to ladder will be made
,.. help ...you cess con- Foxie Maguire, Mrs Lucille I NAME . . . . . . .
must exercise to stir up Ottenhausen, Mrs. Jean Proc !

circulation and give muscles tor and Mrs. Mary Alice it ADDRESS . . . . . .
the work they were meantto Waite
do. We must give our CASH . CHARGE . .
body the food it requires for If rural address, pleas give delivery 'In-
Lakeland/ fractions
maintenance and repair and Pleas tend mt the following! merchondlw.

carrying on the business.. !. of. Add 3% State Soles Tax_

Polk County Item .."".

Slated Witness TomorrowAt Service Date Book \'t; li .rRf

St. David'sSt. ,... TODAYAtlUANO ANT, ,Gunn re.Nho. Ddt. 2/li No. 210
tor IXWr. utrh/n.na fY :!:
palntlna aroup wild five modHH and k ..... ;. .....-
David's j Episcopal oil. palnnne. from 1JO-with*.10 Mile pm.CorneliaMenete It TllerUiwn bw

Church will have a Christian CTNYe...udl.CINTI. HIWAMIS, ISIMPIKIAL
/m. ., OOld CYD RNNYr.nL. \ \
witness service tomorrow at I
I r e p m. u MtUin ell. tem.I. .
7:30 p,m. at the church. Dr a "i.
: A {fMow0Critl"e'Vreei wm'"be"eoQ.
William Standish Reed, MD, .rr.d .
.OYAL "aleN50NON A. ..
of Tampa, Episcopal laymanand ICA, tie p m flame of Urn. ante
Van Oredale: Bouih Klni Avenue for
surgeon will speak t valentine peril.

A diplomat of the American FP.IDAV'
LOYAL 0.0. 0' Moose. sm.
Board of Surgery, Dr Reed e.i MOOM Lodlf, Hut LakearUr
also is active in the field of DriveKIWANIt .
Christian healing and further. ,..." .. "
A.T auiLO. oilPelntlni
ing lay witnessing to the data, 190.mn Mr Wlnl-.
Christian faith a spokesman : and lion Wllnon In.etruatort rr4rf1 YIK.TTe
said. n MAR A J 'fb .1... JOr! b.rID01/polnllne' ed..d.nd dr.wlnt......

Following Dr. Reed's talk, *'NIIweoVam" CLUe 1 pm, atWoman
club for Valentine perlr
hymns will be sung Bridie and raniMi. will, be plejfdANNIf
3 p m, at Horn' of Mr.Oirlenrt .
tfJiJdhL Nirtll. 110] Cfirrokrr TrullOCIATION :
covered dim dinner
followed of fcuilntei mutiny el e
LAKELAND GENERAL *m. Brln. Ublr n-rvlre I emf foodLAKILANB
XT. ". convocation T JO p m, 4
roll;1 form :..., Maeonlo TernIAMCLAND tt t
Mr and, Mrs. Dean M Illil" CLUfJ Yal..nll. t,
Lovett. Plant City, daughter .. .. daure Bulldlnl form .I Clvle to II pm C.nt itMeenolla rMunafon e I IC ItiZ
Feb. 11. Bind PiiDllr/ Invited/ y y,
Mr. and Mrs Arley E Bell documentary. motion picture. Audu I
bon Wilderneee lournin of Audubon -
Route 6, son, Feb. 11. Ute painter and nalurillet at
P m. at the Clvlo, Center TheaUrTlckrU ,
Mr and Mrs. Edgar R available at aanMua Camera
Glass 2430 S. Lincoln Ave., Center ar box.ATueoayLAKILAND office

daughter Feb. 11. BOASTING A BIT-Don Kaplan as the narrator. El Gallo, and Junior l art AIT. ID OUILO paeu>1..prlmar.....,
colon, and olle at JO a m.. Mri.Winifred .
Mr. and Mrs. Willis E.
describes in song his assortment of staged abductions for the Iclhelmer, and Tom WllOB -

Youngblood 228 Miami St., benefit of Bill Gallagher who plays the father of a boy who ..,.... from Initruelon 3 to. S Adulle pm. Uuu palntlnl Cor.nella .
daughter Feb. 11. Uulruclor, all .,
is from Lakeland
is very much in love. The scene Little Lodvlck AirPOrtTN.OIO"N'CAL
Mr. and Mrs. John Douthit ,
OCIITV rs0I'.r.tNmta
Theater's production of "The Fantasticks" which opens a un Weber alt Thoae !.-
Wauchula, daughter, Feb. 11.Mr FOR CONVENIENCE USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
attend neetlni and ,
and Mrs. Mosie Lee four-night run Tuesday at t:30 o'clock at Civic Center Theater.A 'CITNYI'CINITR mar

Turner 139 Lake Ridge special performance for students is planned Monday night. covered dllh .u...,. A aANO p m .. Ulrl IT*. I

Homes daughter Feb. 11. (Ledger Photo by Perkins) 'rout..10. taotue en Pirkvle.. Maeuni at


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I 2 I LAKELAND LEDGER. Thursday, Feb. IS. IM mzzsa
Yes L
Audubon Society Plans CARD FOR NICEST J3EAUTIFULCARD 1-115 ,

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i Let Emotions; STORES .

Showing Of Nature Film 7 g Gf

,I' Stampede The BrainBy S uptON

\ "Audubon's Wilderness" anew The documentary film also features 0ABp0siu.

type of nature film will be the work of John James George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. v .

shown Friday night at 8 o'clockat Audubon, noted wildlife painter.

the Civic Center Theater by It described Audubon's journeyby I-CASE R-482 Diane D., 16, going through the proper mo
flatboat down the Ohio and the worried high Khooler tions.

the Lake Region Audubon Society Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans .! whose steady boy friend wanted So be hardboiled. Think of ''i'' .. 0 J JI
r ,.!
and depicts the time he her to indulge In trial mar your parent and also of your

Art travel and adventure are spent In this region paintingsome rlage. future unborn children for

combined with early American of his best known works. "Dr, Crane," you are Just the middle link
THC exuMMfx KNOWS ma: a \ you WISH ) OHNO--1Cx1t>rD HEARDW 1 AM EAGER
In the will be the secondin she moaned in a 3-lInk chain. ,evlvn n+ult'uN
history film produced by The film 7nf S/PME TESTytr -. TO KILL -f NOT HEAR MC LED THE PEACERIL TO EXPLAIN
Leonard and Virginia Hall of, the series of Audubon Nature "It will mean I Your future children cannot MYJNSGYJWN3 MET A SAY WT. WAMOE51 TLS WAR IT ALL. 1GU.TOOK

Caledonia Mo., one of America's' Theater programs. Ticketsare he will Jilt me] vote right now so you ., -. 8LAVE5! WILL 6ePLEASED

leading teams of naturalists available at the Sanborn if I don't give} "Ain hold their "proxy" ballots a

South Tennessee to him. Be sure you vote them wisely.
photographer Camera Center en -
that Cute sideburns
Ave., or at the box office "And ] or the dancing

on the night of the showing would hurt my I ,.ddr skill of your present boy
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN Proceeds go to conservationwork pride terribly! friend will not thrill those future .

,:II-SHOW 1:00Tonl.ht' la this area for we've gone! children!
The NightT steady for slxj Nor will his dad's swankycar
G. Out T.
'AT THE THEATERS months Or even his football let 0 r P t

"If fact, lie DR. CRANE terl!
"LML"ND DIIIV..IN says we are
Today 1"1..." u< 'Dl/ FINALLY ilFofaEEr
montfToiitf 'it.'::': just about the same a. marred DIANE agreed to
r 'D ecova TN''T' make a clean break with her
already, so why shouldn'twe
V'O''k f.blrd.... Suntfu, IBLAKILAND
N.w go all the way." boy friend due to his unwise
First Drive.In Shewing! ORIVI. .INTod. demands for premarital sex ,
., and Tomorrow, '....rd In tht *
......." ," weu.. MeET ATMYCAVBIM
At 7:00 .ltd 9TECHNICOIOR: $ and YHIow.loo. CUb. liberties. ALL.
emotions {
Tod ,i. ''LeI.POLK. with TMtATtM Ui. Props atria- stampede With tears In her eyes, she ," THE! M IN&,1i-IEN( WElt.TRICI .
WAIJ DISNEYS .:.rlSOKY your brain. severed their friendship. He /: DoWNTHBMlPNK&HrSKULKER LiLV-L.VERS. IM OOR Mos.r .

: : Toit ."and Tomorrow TNMTM: CNwro Wot) (Milorr being Social Jilted pressures should, such NEVER ai dated another girl a few times :, AND STRINe&HIM UP I'l
and did his sexual experimentIng -
SILVIR MOON DII'V'.IN alter the plain medical and
TM,: Flv./ .W.cki ID a BtllMB" sod with her r
The Lion. psychological facts all of =
Ston -.'. AVRVRNDAI Uaa "* which veto premarital lexual Then he Jilted that easy
& TH. Mwnlftint mark and came back apolo-
.. ."00"' and Thundir Roul.' relations
Iwwo." AVOM'P"RI-HII...: "M.rr, MMT." getically, to beg Diane to take
At I:45 OelrlWaitDtsneyaN.e. aARTOWoutdoor"Blood FMt aDd temporary hurt him back and on her own .1 U.
Shock Corridor," pride, if she were Jilted, tool
HAINm CITY-Loc, items: a.WI would be mild terms
Love?/ and "Twi.. eb. compared to For men don't admire girls fiL'/1 i
o.nk"LARK what would happen if she got .. .
WALeta--atal.. : "Th Frt/ f' who are easy marks They
YELLOWSTONE 'bheodowo. syphilis or dropped out of them for
use temporary
PLANT CITYC.nltolsward!la WSion. school prematurely becauseof may --- .. !.$ .
." but
; .nd 'epook Cha r. sexual experimentation -
CUBS PLANT ClTY.II It.: '''n. into:.." pregnancy. not for keep.1Remember. !
and "Th. R......" And then the debate to
SIlllRllIO Torch! : ""..ord !B tht any girl who ta'nwe.Rpww IPw
TECHNICOLOR. Illloa." Mid" WUtlul Widow of wagon what to do with her baby must offer sexual liberties to
0.11. would cause untold damage to
SIIIIRI"0-8"0n' Th. Bad S.ck' tot win or hold a boy friend must
Lut Tr.lu from OunhlllWAUCHULA ," her morale all her life
LAST BtullU Th. SMI ck' thus be lacking in personal
and County Mu.lo; HoFia.if." So play the batting averages -
NITS WINTER, HAVEN-RlIot.; Sword In Ul. charm! 1 4.w
Stone and Tellow.ton.' Cube":! It's far better to take a 1 ,. i ,

CARLOAD BARGAIN NITI WIHTFW rew HAVEN'Havn mid "UII .n Dili.co>.: "NtmBO little pain temporarily than a
1-1IO colon HIT*-1 big pain forever!
AT 7:00 6 10:40: 72 4 +. t
I Besides, these teen age romances Today
WillieHolden In fY
"THE LION" Present This Ad often blow over and

Audi Rtctlv in a remarkably short time. I In

Alt. rablin At 9:00 I*Only FREE DESSERT Your high school romances

"s WEEKS IN A BALLOON" With boning Moor wither so fast that when you
come home from college at HistoryBy
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FILM LAWp LAST II ,00 .......2:00 ,..... 95. may wonder what you ever you The Associated Press ", ,'I' '",t' '". 1.',"

< &iJn IM>;fH ATl' NITE 5 00 ,.m..1 00 ,..... I.55 saw In your former sweetheart Today ls Thursday Feb. 13,

C-A.R-L-O-A-D N-I-T-E Sunday that made you so infatuated the 44th day of 1964. There are
II :00 .......1:00 ,..... I.55 322 days left in the year. --"'

ALL COLOR PROGRAM If you disbelieve me, ask Today's highlight in history:I, Movie Theater Business

7:00 Partial R.p.of your older friends who are On this date in 1776. the first
Showing At 11130: in the second
at open proposal
"Diamond now college
j Head"Ch.riton
Htiron continental congress for American Shows Remarkable Life
BEWARE TOO for you Independence was made by The .
9:20 Only'
James Wilson His recommenda-
can become infatuated several
"A SUMMER PLACE" 2411 Se. Florida Ave. lon for political separation from
Tr." Dan ah u* Dorothy Mellon* times before you marry' so By BOB TIIOMAS tlonal General'l latest state.
don't think that the first England was received coldly,
case AP Movl -Television Writer
ment: earnings in fiscal 1983 at
of butterflies in although two months later North '
your tummy
automatically means have I Carolina instructed its delegates: HOLLYWOOD (AP) For an $3,459,600 v. a loss of $8,605,919
ATTESTUD_ and to vote for independence. Other Industry that was supposed to two igo
met the "one only" man years
colonies quickly followed suit. I curl up and die the movie theater
of your dreams. business II showing amazing Had Bad Years
NENTS That's malarkyl! Impel

So pick wisely by using your On this date life' The veteran film chain had

brain more than your heart. In 1633, Italian astronomer Eugene V. Klein, president of suffered a series of red-Ink
Galileo arrived In Rome wherehe the National
For your heart is often General Corp. yearn before bouncing into the By Carroll Righter
was detained by the inquisi- which runs 222 theaters-Fox
AGESCasual 16-2 fickle. It within a
can change black In 1962. The change in
few months. tion. West Coast-In 18 states, de-
But logical facts remain In 1828, national temperance dares.: fortune resulted from I modern-

.J DANCING forever! reform began with the organ-' "We fel the theater business IutlOl1 campaign that now has

T 'learn ization In Boston of the Amer- bottomed out lame time the not
Indeed you can even ago. corporation selling only
I VERY FRI. ft SAT. NITES ican Society for the Promotion The climate hal been Thursday Feb. IS, 1M4
to love a stranger all within extremely movie entertainment but houses,

I .12 P.M.- a few months Just by of In Temperance.1920 the council of the I good for theaters recently, dried figs and hootenanny ling- GENERAL TENDENCIES VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22)
There times I at Christmas
of Nations recognized the were en. A pretty grim day if you take Be careful to carry through
Only when every one of our theaters any chances whatever or yieldto with duties in
Friday your orthodox
perpetual neutrality of Switzerland Among National GeneraI'Ibappened
DIFFERENT was sold out, and that hasn't that desire from
coming an fashion and later do whatever
and guaranteed the inviolability new enterprises: Concerts Inc.,
for five six
inner resentment to tell off is
I i iLVhlrpj necessary to improve)
Its territory. which produces live attractions,
Jazz Band "What has caused the theater whomever Is close to Makea
you. health. Cooperate with associ
In 1943, the Marine Corps Including a season of musicals
I Women's Reserve was estab- revival? Better product. The at Santa Monica Civic Auditorl- point Instead to realize that ates. They may have some serious
EACH NIGHT :major reason for the Increase of mind and ,
your your reason personal troubles.
iihed during World War II. um; Mission Pak, the fruit sell-
I theater business II that Holly- conflict with
*r Formal Waar-A.Imliiton $1.00 Per Person ;j In 1948, Harold Ickes resigned wood has been making pictures ors; theater rolor.vlslon, for emotions and your await feelings LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
a more
ALL YOU 69 a. secretary of the interior in a dosed-circuit television; mobile A close tie could be easily angered
NO ALCOHOLIC: BE VERACI ALLOWED with President S. tbat people want to see and propitious time before puttingany
CAN EA TIECKERD dispute Harry rentals, trailer supplier; now, if you are forceful
Truman over the appointmentof I Hal Been Good housing and commercial devel- new arrangements Into in any way. Show courtesy

I DRUG STORE Edwin Pauley to be undersecretary opmenta In Marin, San Francis- effect.' Instead and
Lakeland Hi Its" PaladiumI "Mostly, It hal been good, help a good friend.
of the Navy sophisticated pictures that audi- co, Orange counties, etc, ARIES (March 21 to April Curb tendency to criticize,

1541 Liktlana1. Hills .1.... L........., '1., Crive Pk. Shopping Center encel can enjoy, Like an 'Irma "But theaters will alwaYI be 19) If allies whom you are even though you mean to be

I IP Ten years ago Egypt said La Douce; not a great picture the major portion of our busl- with today are in testy mood, playful.

that unless the United States but lot of fun ness;. said Klein 'We have consider they have home problems
backed its stand against Brit- SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
I shut down or sold some and cut and be kind. Using forceof
ain in the Suez Canal dispute it "I think Hollywood has gotten 21) It behooves you to step out
In others sort gets little
capacity ;
the seating any you very
would not cooperate with the the message People won't IO to early into the world of business
some had 3,000-4,000 seats whilewon't Patience is the keynote today
-STARTS TOMORROW see Grade B garbage. They if
United States on any issue. any 950 I. more sensible number you want to avoid a
Five years ago Cuban go to message plcturea "a serious argument at home.
THE SIX MOST EXCITING WOMEN IN THE WORLD! Premier Jose Mirp Cardona and They'll pay SUO without comtoday. TAURUS (April 20 to May Don't make radical changes

his cabinet resigned to pave the plalnlng to see something they 20) Higher-ups are very apt to Strive to increase present se

A SHATTERING ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE! way for revolutionary leader want to see. But If they don't KING'S COIN be busy with important affairs curity.

Fidel Castro to take over the want to lee it. you can't get The English gold coin known Do nothing to disturb SAGITTARIUS
( 22 to
premiership, them In on passe. a. I Sovereign, worth 20 sblll- them or you become a whip
Dec. Careful
r-: One year ago A Vene- Gene Klein II I plain-spoken ings was first struck during the ping boy. Keep busily occupied 21) driving or
walking and
y t J w MIL zuelan freighter was seized by man with the frame of a pro reign of Henry VII. It received at own affairs and lend a losses, and be damage

pro-Castro elements hostile to football fullback and a sense of its name because on one side It helping hand Instead. sure you keepan .

President Romulo Betancourt of what the public will buy. That bore a seated figure of the king, GEMINI (May 21 to June eye on statements your wallet.should Any be financial

Venezuela. knack II demonstrated In Na- or sovereign.
21) You want to capitalize on double-checked, too. WORK.
new ideas that come to your
IN GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER attention, but others may be CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to
reticent about sharing data or Jan. 20)) Try not to jeopardize

4MtLINA w profits Study wisely written present security by renegingon

material Instead and be better any payments or not following
.It A/VNt/ NUTANNA NUL/Y tLN SLNIA Ideas of trusted advisors
MER000R1 MOREAU ;CNIArINO acilNooce .OMMER een5E5owNTOwN ,,11 informed.
T/ STARTS TODAYI Get fine new budget set
up. Relieve that usual strain
I to July 21) Stick strictly to

BARGAIN MATINEE 50c 1 to 3 p.m. own business now, since others AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.

I especially creditors, are 19) Being thoughtful with closest

In a mood to quarrel. Don't ties instead of critical

follow some hunch that could brings desired results quickly

A bold, blushing, outrageously funny movie... be erroneous use only the now Follow proven tests. Going
/ most practical approach.LEO off on any tangent brings
OPEN 12:45 / (July 22 to Aug. 21) anxiety

SHOWS AT CA. u,, Dedicated to the Don't look to partners to back PISCES (Feb. 20 to March

1:00 you in any projects you may 20) No amount of worry can

3:35 S ,' proposition that have today. In fact, take care ease any present anxieties you

/ they do not ask for some accounting may have. Help others and

'' you had n ot expect forget yourself, first. Then
gad every girl gets ed. Work quietly-await a bet think objectively and you find

r ter day. you solve problems easily.

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Abigail Van Buren -

DEAR ABBY: I've Just been robbed I My husband has got the bright idea that I should can him up and tell himI

decided to take over the grocery shopping. We are not poor got a message to call him. Well, that bombed, too. I 1'' fa'Ir' C l3l L THF.1J OH.VE5.d4JQItFTl1E !! I'D KNOW s'a vf-i Dorr GEVJTLEMA.1 I'M P40 n

but HE if going to ihow ME how to cut corners. He buy. really want this guy. What do I do to attract his attention RF5 THERE! IS!.' SHE THAT KISS SUPPOSE DESCRIBE YOU'D IT I'M AN

perishable food in large quantities and bargain canned goodswe now that I have made a perfect fool of myself TUB.5o KISSER1 ETH MAID IN WAS ir1 KMOWlt I D-DOMT SHE cuJL 440 !! VW/I1.KISSED ME-S'uoeMl IN A IN AMILLION:! SIR-BEING A AMERICAN

will never use. Marketing was my only outing and I really PERFECT FOOL M E DISGUISe WHAT IS GRABBED l.v' tf-NEVER GENTtiEMANf COPII

enjoyed being away from him and my three children for an DEAR FOOLS No one Is perfect Leave the poor kid DID SNE ILOOK I.I ME FROM ri lv

hour or two every Saturday. He says I am welcome to come alone. k LIKE? 5. DEJ4INDllw. d WANT

along (with three children). I say NUTSI! I, have seen men, \ -
marketing and they fall Into one of three categories: 1. Hen- DEAR ABBY: Regardingtbat married woman who used \

pecked husbands. 2. Bachelors. 3. Penny Plnchera: How to run home and cry on her mother's shoulder every time e

can I change his mind? she and her husband had a little spat Well for the first Iff o wnlNllg'Ma

ROBBED couple of yean of my marriage. MY wife used to run home << .e. uf

DEAR ROBBED He's strutting. It won't last To bring to cry on HER mother's shoulder about once every two I.UNVl

his comer-cutting experiment to a screeching halt, ten him months. Then I found out that her mother bad been dead for q y,

he who buys the food has to cook It., Hand him the whole years and my little wife was crying on somebody else's

assignment complete with KP. And let the kids climb allover shoulder. Better tell that husband it doesn't hurt to check r+l. r

him whO YOU read the sport section. once in a while. '
DEAR ABBY: I am 15 and "M" la 17. "M" is a real DEAR ABBY ,I 4Ieagree with your advice that the mar< THE SGJTA4YOU .

dolt I beard that "M" thought I was cute to I managed to rind daughter (married to an Interior decorator, yetI) should /4 .
be outside the door of his classes whenever I could so he display that hideous $200 gift vase even though It ruins her 0e 6 ,0 S' .

would see me. Then I walked past his house about a dozen decorating scheme. If they must keep the vase they should o'pAw'
( f
times a day, but he still didn't notice me. I did a real dumb place a beautifully lettered card beside it saying, "GIFT

thing and wrote him sort, of a crazy love letter and ,stuck It FROM MOTHER"
In his locker, but nothing happened. Then one of my friends SALLY FROM ALEXANDRIAPUZZLE .. 0 Oa r.
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22 _LAKELAND LEDGE, Thursday, Feb. It, lilt 1 dARRetRRnIEtIRDNb I-


Let Emotions .
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Showing Of Nature Film ,

The BrainBy
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"Audubon's Wilderness a The documentary film also features b'o ?

new type of nature film will be; the work of John James George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.

shown Friday night at 8 O'dockl Audubon noted wildlife painter. .

at the Civic Center Theater by'It described Audubon' Journeyby CASE R-482t Diane! D., 16, going through the proper motions.
flatboat down the Ohio and ti the worried high tchooler .
the Lake Region Audubon So Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans whose steady boy friend want So be hsrdbotled. Think of

ciety.: and depicts the time he ed her to indulge in trial man your parents and also of your I"?, "ffn

Art, travel and adventure are spent In this region paintingsome rlage. future unborn children, for

combined with early American of his best known works. "Dr. Crane," you are just the middle link "
history in the film, produced by The film will be the secondin the moaned, in a 3-link chain. M91P !lIFI1htWRMAN7IN36AfMnINPO TNf per1MMfRksOw3 TES,0e1537rrlSOHPCME YOU KILL WISH J) NOT HEAR MEMEf LED THE Pf ACT Fit 1 TO f XPIAIMWAMBEM

Leonard and Virginia Hall of the series of Audubon Na- "It will mean Your future children can- A. SAY TAT TO WAR /IT ALL. yW"TOOK31AVES

Caledonia Mo., one of America's ture Theater programs. Tickets "II will jilt milt not vote right now so you H 61IH3j !

leading teams of naturalist are available at the Sanborn I don't give hold their "proxy" ballot ; PURSER

photographers. Camera Center ,* South Tennessee in to him. Be sure you vote them wisely.

-0 Ave, or at the box office "And that Cute sideburns or the dancing ..

on the night of the showing would hurt my x skill of your present boy k
\Proceeds go to conservationwork pride terribly, friend will not thrill those future
OPEN ':!$-SHOW 1,00Tonlht'l for we've children I
ia this area. gone 1I
Night steady for fix Nor will his dad's swanky
T. C. Out T. A Mevi.fTONIGHT
AT THE THEATERS month. cart Or even his football letter = I

"If fact, lie DR. CRANE +
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Toda Bummer PI. and 'Cl -
.'it.' just about the tame ai mar DIANE FINALLY agreed to

0110VI. Mturdan THtATSRTodar "slmdsrn sled already, 10 why shouldn'twe make a clean break with her P
N.R through, go all the way" boy friend due to his unwise -
First Drive-In Showing! LAKILANO DRIVS.IMToday demands for. premarital sex -
and Tomorrow, ftword In. lbwstun. if .
At 7 00 cad 9.JJTtCHNICOtOR *" and Y.llowMona. Cuba. liberties. WELL ALL MeET AT MYCAVBIrJ '
POLK THIATIR emotions stampede NMIJT'
In her she
With tears eyes, TUB MOrTMiN&.TWEM WELL
T.d.r.W"Loss wlUt u>* pro_ alliesI :
brain. IM CUR MOS.Ih .
1 iAl] OIEY your Lic.y-uVSRs
severed their friendship. He TRACK DOWN TriBMlPMK&HT! \
ROSY THCAT.R ( !...) Social pressures, such is
Tr,.. sod Tomorrow "W..' ald. being jilted should NEVER dated another girl a few times SKULKER, AND STRlUfi HIM UP ,
tort"IL and did his sexual experiment. r
MOON DSIVC.INTndn alter the
plain medical and
'Flu. Wttki in s BUloon" Led Ing with her.
'Tit ,donOTHen psychological facts all of Then he jilted that easy .

ATJBTTRNDALt-D.].elles The MunlTIini which veto premarital sexual mark and came back apolo l
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and relations!
AVON p"'Ut-HUa...: "M r.. M.rfBAHTOW ." getically to beg Diane to take
At 1.45: Only! -Outdoor' Blood P>u(" alld Dlane'i temporary hurt him back and on her own .1
"Shock Corridor'* pride, if the were jilted tool l iL 1-
HAINFB Cmr-L k. KalnM: Mr BH ,
WaltDlsneii would be mild
,....,. rqa, ."' uA "T>ri>a tae MMnltlni : compared to For men don't admire girls (
what would happen if the got
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LAIC* WALKS- UUTb.. Prtit"and who are easy marks. They I .
YEUOWSTONETKHNICOLOROV 'KhowdovnPLANT syphilis or dropped out of m.ylse them for temporary .'.
CITY-Caollol' 'Sword ). lb. school prematurely because r.HAr- .: 4sf t.
ato.." and Bpook ChftMn"PLANT sexual experimentation but
CITT_tarllt*: "Tht In"' ...'. of pregnancy.And not for keeps!
I and Th. Rac.r>." then the debate ai to
SEBRINa Flortdi. "$word In tri.BU Remember, any girl who
>n.'r and," WuUIui Widow of WM"Tht what to do with her baby must offer sexual liberties to
011 Op
-_: ed.!part" anLut would cause untold damage to win or hold a boy friend must

I'1 LAST True from OunhtlWAUCHULAataoiiW, 'T'..as h4? her morale all her life. thus be lacking In personal .,'
end Cnuntr MUKIO; HSrBBINO ; So play the batting averages -
MtnIM. NITE WINTER BAVIN-Rill "SLA Hstono charm! i
It'a far better
tnd THIowiton. "! to take a w "4.'v
CARLOAD BARGAIN NITI. WINTER 110 reR"fHAV and rl-Ht."upUp RrlIcOpe'n 5tl. .Mtt" little pain temporarily than a I "Palms J
a-.'0 COLOR HIT*-a big pain forever!
AT 7:00 fr 10:40 I ,
Besides, these teen-age romances Today
Willlom Holdtn In
"THE LION" Present This; Ad often blow over and i

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"5 WEEKS IN A BALLOON" With Evening Mad wither to fast that when you I "
come home from college at HisforyI

I LAST Strvlnf the Christmas holidays, you !m-: r
I II :00 om.-lOO: ,.11I. n. may wonder what you ever By The Associated Press

NITE 500 pm.-l.00 ,.11I. 1.55 saw in your former sweetfatuatedl Today Is Thursday Feb. 13, ../!

C-A-R. -A-D N4-T-E Sunday h a rt th at ma d a you so I n_- I the Nth day of 1964. There are
II I:00: ..11I.-'00 ,.11I. I.55 I 322 days left in the year.

ALL COLOR PROGRAM If you disbelieve me, ask Today's highlight in history:I. Movie Theater Business
7:00 Portia! R.p.or slllffllftESTAURAHl your older friends who are On this date in 1776 the first
Showing At 11:10
proposal in the second
now at college! open
"Diamond Head"Cherlren
H.. on ? continental congress for AmerIcan Shows Remarkable LifeBy
BEWARE TOO, for you Independence was made by The
9:20 Only' James Wilson. His recommendation -
become infatuated several
"A SUMMER PLACE" 2411 So. Florida Ave. can for political separation from I
Teal thut-Dwwthr M.I.I. times before you marry, so BOB THOMAS tional General's latest state ;
I don't think that the first case England was received coldly,
AP Movlc-Televlsion Writer
of butterflies In although two months later North ment: earnings In fiscal 1963 at
your tummy
automatically means you have Carolina instructed its delegates HOLLYWOOD (AP) For an $3,459,600 vs. a loss of 6,609,919

ATTENTION met the "one and only" man to vote for independence. Other. Industry that was supposed to two years Lgo.Had .
colonies quickly followed suit curl up and die the movie theater -
of your dreams. business is showing amazing Bad Years
That's malarkyt *

STUDENTSAGES So pick wisely by using your On this date life. The veteran film chain had

brain more than your heart In 1633, Italian astronomer Eugene V Klein, president of suffered a series of red.inkyears ndllll

For your heart Is often Galileo arrived in Rome wherehe the National General Corp before bouncing Into the By Carroll Righter
was detained by the Inquisi- which runs 222 theatersFoxWest
16-25 within I'
fickle. It can change a black in 1962. The change In
few months. tion. Coast-In 16 states, declares
In 1829 national temperance. : fortune resulted from a modernization .
facts remain
But logical ,
.4 DANCING forever! reform began with the organization -I. "We fel the theater business ., campaign that now has

T Indeed, you can even'le.m In Boston of the AmerIcan Bottomed out some time ago. the corporation selling not only .

EVERY filL A SAT. NITES to love a stranger all within Society for the Promotionof The climate has been extremely movie entertainment but houses, Thursday Feb. 13, 1H4

.12 P.M.- a few months just by In Temperance.1920, the council of the good for theaters recently. 'dried figs and hootenanny sing GENERAL TENDENCIES VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22)
There times at Christmas
League of Nations recognized the were ers. A pretty grim day if you take Be careful to carry through
when every one of our theaterswas chances whatever or yieldto with duties
Friday Only any your in orthodox
of Switzerland National General'snew
perpetual neutrality Among
DIFFERENTJazz sold out, and that hasn'thappened that desire coming from an fashion and later do whatever
and guaranteed the Inviolability : enterprises: Concerti Inc.,
for five six
FISHDINNER or years inner
resentment to tell off is
necessary improve
of its territory 'which produces live attractions,
Band I "What hal caused the theater whomever is close to you. Makea health. Cooperate with associ
In 1943, the Marine Corp including a season of musicalsat
j llrp I I I1 9bl Women's Reserve was established revival? Better product. The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium point instead to realize that ates. They may have some serious
EACH NIGHT major reason for the Increase of : mind and ,
during World War II. ; Mission Pak, the fruit sellers your your reason personal troubles
theater business is that Hollywood conflict with
Casual or Formal Wear-Admliilan $1.00 Per Panes In 1948', Harold Ickes resignedas has been making pictures : ; theater color-vision, for emotions and your await feelings and LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
a more
ALL YOU 69 secretary of the Interior in a closed-circuit television; mobile A close tie could be easily an-
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ALLOWED CAN EAT! dispute with President Harry S. that people want to see rentals, trailer supplier; and propitious time before puttingany gered now, if you are forceful

Truman over the appointment Has Been Good housing and commercial developments new arrangements into in any way. Show courtesy

Lakeland Hills Paladium ECKERD DRUG STORE of Edwin Pauley to be under- "Mostly it has been good, I In Marin, San Francisco effect. instead and help a good friend.

I secretary of the Navy. sophisticated pictures that audiences I Orange counties, etc ARIES (March 21 to April Curb tendency to criticize
Crov Pk. Confer
1S41 L.ktloiid Hills BlvJ. LtktUnJ. fl.. Shopping can enjoy. Like an 'Irma "But theaters will always be 19) If allies\ whom you are even though you mean to be

I Ten years ago Egypt said La Douce,' not a great picture 'the major portion of our business with today are in testy mood playful.
that unless the United States but lot of fun. I ," said Klein. "We have consider they have home problems
backed its stand against Britain SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov
I shut down or sold some and cut and be kind. Using forceof
in the Suez Canal dispute it "I think Hollywood has gotten 21) It behooves you to step out
in others sort gets lit
I the seating capacity ; any you very
would not cooperate with the the message People won't go to seats while tie Pstlence is the to early Into the world of business
had 3.000-4,000 keynote
: some
mIlI: -STARTS TOMORROW-" United States on any issue see any Grade B garbage. Theywon't :950 is a more sensible number if you want to avoid a

Five years ago Cuban go to message pictures day.TAURUS serious argument at home.
THE SIX MOST EXCITING WOMEN IN THE WORLD! Premier Jose Mirp Cardona and They'll pay $2.50 without complaining I today, (April 20 to May Don't make radical changes.

his cabinet resigned to pave the to see something they 20) Higher-ups are very apt to Strive to Increase present se

A SHATTERING ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE! way for revolutionary leader want to see But If they don't KING'S COIN be busy with important affairs. curity.

.. Fidel Castro to take over the want to see it, you can't get The English gold coin known Do nothing to disturb SAGITTARIUS
premiership, them in on passes" as a Sovereign worth 20 shillIngs them or you become a whipping (Nov 22 to

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decided to take over the grocery shopping. We are. not poor I got a message to Call him Well, that bombed, too. I R'SrldA DLae THEN OHYt:3 /;+tA41t : w-i SUPPOSE YOL/D I API n

but HE ti going to show ME how to cut corneri. He buys really want this guy. What da! I do to attract his attentionnow I THERE'S J 1 THERE ISI SHE THAT IN A KISS DESCRIBE IX GYE MSIRBEINGA
perishable food In large quantities and bargain canned goodswe that I have made a perfect fool of myself? IN if KNOW!!SHE CUIEff WW rvEV b l U i t MILLION!? AMERICAN

will never u... Marketing was my only outing and I really PERFECT FOOL U EMSGUISetf WHAT IS GRABBED 1 Vvtlt./*NEVER GEKfn.EMAN.7THAT COP1i

enjoyed being away from him and my three children for an DEAR FOOL No one Is perfect. Leave the poor kid DID SHE LOOK ME FROM i &EEKJ KISSED .
hour or two every Saturday. He says I am welcome to come alone. k UKE? BEHIND1ftN 00. WANT

along (with three children). I say, NUTSI! J have Ken men. ,
marketing and they fall Into one of three categories 1. Hen- DEAR ABBY: Regarddingthatmarried woman who used \ Ii

pecked husbands. 2. Bachelon.. 3. Penny Plnchew.: How to run home and cry on her mother's shoulder every time S :

can I change his mind? the, and her husband had a little spat Well, for the first 1 .WADNI ';

ROBBED couple of years of my marriage MY wife used to run hometo ns

DEAR ROBBED: He's strutting It won't last Te bring cry on HER mother's shoulder about once every two ,

his corner-cutting experiment to a screeching halt, tell him months. Then I found out that her mother had been dead for tSSt

be who bvyt the food hat to cook U., Hand him the whole years and my little wife was crying on somebody else's Ow. ..r 4ts o c4r

assignment! complete with KP. And let the, kids climb all shoulder. Better tell that husband It doesn't hurt to check

ever him while YOU read.the sports section once In a while + \ HAVe l
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be outside the door of his classes whenever I could so he display that hideous $200 gift vase even though it ruins her ; vM o. .

would see me. Then I walked put his house about a dozen decorating scheme. If they must keep the vase, they should

( times a day but he still didn't notice me. I did a real dumb place a beautifully lettered card beside it saying, "GIFT

thing and wrote him sort of a crazy love letter and stuck it FROM MOTHER." w

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,1101'r1yN LOS Al/diLtS By JACK SLAYTON irate any activity for quite were deep In ,the second division tainly wo should field better most moved Into first place

ilscollydi/f ell4vwBaalS4N Ledger Sports Editor .whOe. Everyone will be for at least three lower classification clubs be- within seven weeks of the
"It was a long summer. A
busy looking at what they months, They Just stopped ClUBS we're down to five change
VdY.4JCU 'tl WiNZCWCAGO very long summer and we have. Right now we have no
+ sure don't intend to repeat deals on tap," he greeted Don coming. You know your attendance minor league dubs and only "But last spring we got
WA.rN/Nrn'4' It." Detroit Tiger General Lund, director of minor league can be set by the three in Class A classification down there and never got out
1 Manager Jim habits of the fans at the outset ," Campbell departed fora of there until the season was
gMfssf d.Wt7p o100LCA'eleveuvD Campbell relaxed clubs for the Tigers. "I can'tplay
a; yesterday in his officeat I guess I still can'tget of the season. If you geta taped interview. almost over. And wo have
NtWrvwKMluea Tigertown as he waited toget Into room," Campbell good start and stay up In Resuming the conversationafter high hopes for Frank Lary
I >n rtftlxM.vual.N into his hotel room. smiled wanly my as he contemplated contention, they get In the a short break: "We'll (the rlghthander has been
habit of coming. probably wait until the results bothered by arm trouble for
"I can't
v" 1\y / ;# weONCNNATY get into my room. missing a round of golf
.AlI''''' So I guess I'll just sit here at William L. Hutcheson golf "Fall flat on your face, like of the Early Camp to determine two seasons). He pitched well
did and don't And whether we'll take last fall.
and wait" He put his feet club. we they or not
on the desk and that's what happened to us. some of our farmhands with "It's a new season. And
t1I> got ready for "How about the dub? You
t 1ilWpIPIIIUOaJ1lU the usual pro-season jult.. feel It'll be stronger?" Surprisingly our advance sale, use to Henley Field with the we're hoping to completely
"Any trades brewing?" "I'm sure we helped at this time is better than we big club. Otherwise, we'll forget about '83 by the time
.tC/NnwI/r "No. It's the usual spring selves In getting :Jerry Lumpe thought it would.be, althoughIt follow much the some procedure the '64 season has begun We
:'N.s N /V YORK calm. We don't have anything in the Colavito deal.. We feel did start slow as in the past""Don't should be a much improved
going and I don't antic Don Demeter (obtained from Campbell paused and then you feel part of the club" he strode out to discuss
srlouri.r twitched to the Lakeland base responsibility for the collapseof some business affairs.
Philadelphia In a deal for
\ P. ir&'yKANSASCirr Jim Bunning and Gus Trlan- ball situation\ : "We're goingto the club last summer couldbe Detroit's early camp begins
Chisox InkWilhelm dos) will strengthen our out operate here and the club placed at your desk?" at 10 a.m. Saturday at Tiger-
z If.to'w'__ field. is going to stay in Lakeland. "Certainly," h o snapped, town with a large group of
That's for sure. Somehow I "But we hope our deals will promising farmhands along
"We to have
got some help
. .. @NIC41G0Altlh'AllCAGUC In think the draw here should be prevent that situation this with some members of the
.. pitching and we have hopes
,% better than It was last sum spring. We've started poorly Tigers on hand. The regular
we'll come with fewanswers
\ # P/TTJ'IJUR611 ; to that up question a during mer. What did you draw? many times in the past decade spring drills open Feb. 29 at
": Ml N UdUe "' the Early Camp and 14,000? Was that it?" but usually wo bounced back. Henley Field.
"Yeh. and I don't think it'll Like the year Bill Norman'sclub
Others spring training. Improve much." was 2-17 and we fired rALL
I SPRING TRAINING SITES Htr arc th. ..... for eke ......fy HMM ...... ....HII / foritof Sign "Those two hurlers we got ,.Well." he continued, "We Bill. Less than five weeks
I ., *..1..1.! .!. Itrly CCHIM .... .1...., .....*.. for Mine clvbt with the Dctralt Tlsn tof Inline deal from (the Ed A's Rakow In the and Colavito Dave feel it will and we hope to improve later we were within lye

Htilr I.Hr C.m, .t Tlf.rtw. a S.tvr4.y ......1.... Rtsvkr lis .,of.., drills wIN tart Fik. By TIE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wickeraham) should help us. that situation. Cer.I games of first place and alSecond .
2* lit Hcnlty field.. (A' Service).
r Hoyt Wilhelm chuckle when You know Rakow was their I I Winter Haven
ha think of baseball's scholarly starting pitcher on opening ArmorySATURDAY

COLLEGE CAGE ROUNDUP rules committee draped over i a day last spring. He pronounces
catcher' mitt tap measures it Ra Ko-not KaKow. .
out, trying to legislate against So we feel we'll be 8:30 P.M. .

Tar Heel Star Fouls Out his Wilhelm cuccess., who signed with the stronger"Second base should be 5-Morch Cord

Chicago White Sox Wednesday vastly improved. Lumpe Featuring $250
for his 13th season In the majors should not only give us de Over The Top
will be lobbing his knuckleballup fensive strength there but his Seven-Mon Royal
to the plate and Into a king hitting should help too. We
size catcher's mitt for the last think the deals helped us, "he 601 Pound
Violets Score 69-68 WinBy time-although he expects to be paused, eyeing the questioner
pitching for at least two more "How about the Detroit HaystackCalhoun
years. fans? Pid they give you a Thursday, Feb, IS, 116. 2S .

HAL BOCK four players on personals and I Kent State 82-68. Runner-up A 40-year-old right bander rough time last summer, or
with the just stop coming? And how THE
Associated Press Sports Writer,r the Mountaineers Impressive relief
one as 68: Manny Newsome of Western
about the advance sale
Is I pitching statistics in
Billy Cunningham a won major GREATMALENKO
derful basketball player but the fouls were called. Michigan hit 45 In an 81-67 victory I league history, Wilhelm becamethe year?" Session Looms

North Carolina star does have: Cal Sheffield led Pitt with 22 over Toledo. center of a major controversy "We've had poor starts in CALHOUN ,
one drawback. He scores too) before fouling out with eight Werkman Stars this winter when the the put but never one that For AL OwnersKANSAS
much. minutes to play. Bill Maphis' 22 Nick Werkman, the leading :rules makers decided to ban clobbered us so bad that we Finley, DUKE KEOMUKAJOE i

Cunningham hit 10 baskets I topped West Virginia. scorer a year ago, contributed ,the oversized mitt developed to MCCARTHY
against New York University a t Vandy Upset 37 as Seton Hall whipped La- I snare his flutterball. CITY (AP) Fiery Finley obtained a firm commit.
Madison Square Garden Seventh ranked Vanderbilt Salle 75-68. The total increased After announcing their decl Charles O. Finley of the,Athetlcs ment from Oakland, Calif., :Jan. PEDRO GODOY
Wednesday night but he would I rallied from a nine-point halftime Werkman's per game average I don, the rules makers relentedand I and other American 27 and it's likely he'll ask the TITO CARREON
have aeWed for eight. The other r deficit and then lost in to 32.2 third best among the decided the big mitt 40-50 League club owners appear on league for permission to move
,. two drew offensive fouls and the overtime to Southeastern Conference majors. Inches In circumference, could the club to Oakland. AND TIM WOODS
; rival Georgia Tech 75- Tenth-ranked DePaul I be the way to another headon col. The club owners doubtless
high-ecoring junior spent the narrowly used for the 1964 season but t 4 Matches Follow11m"
last 11 minutes watching from; 71. The victory moved the En- escaped from upset-minded'would be banned thereafter in ision after a session here will first try to get Finley and 2X3
the bench as the Violets held j gineers Into a first place SEC: Marquette with a 72-69 victory. I favor of the standard 34-inch Wednesday left Finley and the he city together on a compromse -I FALLS
, off a desperate Tar Heel rally tie with Kentucky. Jesse Nash scored 2> Including glove. city still far apart over a stadium three-year pact. Falling
and won 69- 8. It was a costly triumph for the last eight points as the Demons Sees No Affect"I lease that, the owners would then HIRO
Tech though. High scorer R. D. pulled It out. don't think It will affect In the first collision :Jan. 18 seem to have only two other MATSUDA
Fouled Out
Craddock took a bad tumble It was DePaul's 15th victoryin I me either way," said WUhelm (In New York, the owners flatly choices:
NYU led by seven when Cunningham while driving for a basket with 17 starts and Marquette's'"After all, I've only been throwing rejected Flnley's bid to move to 1. Grant him permission to v*
drew his fifth personal!11:35: left to play.. Craddock who eighth straight setback In a 4-14 I to the big mitt for about Louisville and by a 9-1 vote ormove the club to Oakland. JERRY
with 11:29 remaining. But instead led Tech with 20 points, flipped season I three years and I bad some dered him to sign a lease in 2. Follow through with their MATSUDA LONDON
of folding, North Carolina over and was knocked uncon The only other ranked teamin I good year.' before it came Kansas City by Feb. 1 or face threat to take over Flnley's
rallied and caught the Violets,, scious. Ho suffered a concussion action was VUlanova and the along" expulsion from the league. franchise, thereby risking a law' Ring Side 2.00
Bryan McSweeney"s bucket put: and severe head laceration. Wildcats got a boost from Wale WUhelm had a S-8 record las The deadline was extended to Su1ti'Saturday 'I Gen. Adm. 1.50
UNC "in front 6843 with two I The point makers were also, ly Jones to whip Duquesne 73- season, but his 2.65 earned run after Finley said he Under 12 .50
minutes to play. hard at work. Butch Komives of 63. Jones, hurt in last Satur- average was more Indicative of might take his case to court and FHA VA
Then a couple of sophs pulled I I Bowling Green, the country's day's upset loss to LaSalle, his work. He also became the hired Louis Niter, famed trial MORTGAGI LOANS TICKin SOLD AT ,'
the wilting Violets together, leading scorer with a 34.3 average scored 22 as eighth-ranked Vilt winningest relief pitcher in history attorney. TONY'S PHARMACY
Cartoon Rooks regained the I bad 30 as the Falcons bea.red t: lanova ran its record to 18-2. ..with 75 victories and the It's doubtful a lease will beIgned OP FLORIDA I IS-Srh Street N.W.
lead on ft Jump shot and Stan I most overworked with a record before the deadline and "tfllVICI IS out BUSINESS* Winter Haven t
McKenzie stole the ball I I 1,123 Innings pitched. JIM CAMPBELL the league Is expected to call sb.w'MJ r-lorlda! Lk.UM Ava. Phone CY 3-3344 j
drove in for a 6946 NYU lead. Besides Wilhelm the White Has Hlsh Hop.. another meeting for next week. ____ Ii I I II
Barry Kramer led the Violets Sox also signed another pitcher, i I
with 22 while Cunningham's 23 t.v rookie Tom Hoagland. a .
topped all scorers.
Fouls also figured prominentlyIn
West Virginia's 86-84 victory .

over Pitt. The Panthers lost Fort Meade CHEVROLET


Komives Tops Withdraws

Cage ScorersNEW From RidgeAVON makes'all, types ;of quality 'trucks

YORK (AP) Nick
PARK In a league
Werkman of Seton Hall and meeting hero last night, Fort
Gary Bradds of Ohio State each Meade announced it was withdrawing .
are putting on a late season from high school atlietle .
surge, but Howard (Butch) Ko competition In the Ridge
mives still Is the leading scorerin Conference.

major college basketball.The Fort Meade officials rendered
I-foot-1 star of Bowling no specific reasons for
Green held his No. 1 spot for the move.
the fourth straight week with a 3 Also at the confab, the 1963-
348 average according to the 14 Ridge Conference all-star
latest statistics released today basketball team was named.

by the National Collegiate Serv. TItR5h Frostproofs Don Sebastian l ffI1NH .,
ice Bureau. was selected to the first five.
Manny Newsome of Western h Don Kelly and Doyle Hender
Michigan is second with a 33.1 son, both of Frostproof, were 4errs.
average followed by Werkman's FOR REBOUND V...J.AIIfi.. Clyfc Lee ((41) ,4GrtU recognized on the honorable .
31.9 and Bradds' 31.8 for a Tech's ClMrlto Sr**<..r (40) Uttto for s rkmi4 4.rlitf mention list
fourth place tie with Prince bit nlflifs Se"th........ Cmforam fc .k.ta.ll f.m. I* ArUnf. Fort Meade was chosen as the
ton's Bill Bradley.Kathleen It ... a C... .f the *-l S,.....r vylni (film* the *-, Lee. Al .*- site for the loop's track meeton
trmra left itPon C.Uwill (S2)), Tech's -10 cmtor.UP Wi..,..**.). April 28.


Meeting TonightKATHLEENKathleen Washington AssumptionClimb Bell Won't Save

area Either FighterIn

adults m the Interested Kathleen Dixie participating Boys In AP Cage Poll Title Bout
1 / :11
Baseball League should at- MIAMI BEACH (AP)-Neither a 1'I
tend a meeting tonight at the Casslus Clay nor Sonny Listen
Kathleen Janlor Hlgb School By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i cision to Toledo, another major can be saved by the bell In their
cafeteria at 7:.. Washington of St Louis and t team, for an 18-4 mark. Hofstra heavyweight title match Feb.
The baseball program H for Assumption of Worcester. Mass
boys living In the Kathleea used excellent showings against I recorded victories against West- 25.It one of them is knocked Y 1 1. 1 1 / 1 e 1 e 1" / '
area and for boys In the 9-12 major opponents as a springboard : chester Pa., Queens College down, the count will continue
age group. for advancement in The I and Wilkes and Is 17.3 for the even if the bell rings. However,
Associated Press small-college I season. every second of the count will
Basketball Scores basketball poll this week. Beats Drake eat into the one-minute rest pe
Each climbed two places,, Washington of St Louis was riod.For
.WIDMUDAY COLLIOIy Washington to fifth and Assumption Impressive in turning back Instance, If Listen were
ViII...... 7 TIN*. ..a..M.t.o....n. n.Praw to sixth. Evansville,, Drake, the leader of the Missouri to go down two seconds before
MTU N. Itortlt Caralm. ... slim first Valley Conference 71-68 the bell he would be
L- ll. M Ind. retained a place I requiredto
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.lana. 45575S5 5f. SN.M tru Tl, liMkMM U (M). holding the No. 3 spot and Hot-. Its first game of the year 71-67. second break before the next
Mon 5t'. H,,Canmiw. Ton. ff.at. moving one notch to fourth The Greyhounds have won 12. round.
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v.._ .l. M.._ ri.MIT for first place and 72 points !in I losing to Duquesne, another major fighter from being
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M LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday Feb. IS, lilt
Dreadnaught r- SPORTS OF THE TIMES .

;, HattersTrim Net Teams 'YlSHOTS CHIP Movie Doesn't

Divide Pair TOM a club In the air for
Change ScoreBy
Mocs 96-85 Ernest McClur,. Playing In a

Lakeland' Dreadnaughta dl foursome with George Jenkins
---"" -
vlded two tennis matches Lngford Davis and Harvey
prep tl
ARTHUR DALEY Graphic at to the
DELAND The Stetson University er spraining his ankle The In the boys division and the Hall last week, ba eagled the exposlUoa

Hatters overcame an I extent of the Injury was unknown girls' team won a match in 971-yard No. 4 bole at Cleveland @ eie'jerk bll" of this key play the cameramen .

early lead here last night and and the star forward recent net competition.At Heights golf courta. He NEW YORK-It was snug missed entirely the dam.
went on to defeat the visiting the Lakeland Edgeweod and warm In the Hotel Hilton age that was done to Tittle
and team's leading by
Florida Southern courts the got the eagle by holing a No. and the thing
College Mocs, to a doubtful starter for South on Taasday, ballroom only Larry Morris, the defensive
96-85 Ins. Florida Intercollegiate Dreadaaaght chalked DpJ444 a 5 wood approach shot that still had the shivers was
ern's home tilt with superman of the Bears.
Conference basketball battle University on Saturday victory aver the Plant W. A. Lots was the only one memory. This was at the pre- did catch Morris They
The loss dropped Coach Tom City Planters la a boys' view cinema showing of that on one bUll
night to record an ace at the Par- he
Greene's Mocs below the .500 match. The bait point cam eq epic of frozen beef, the recent as came storming in from
mark In the FIC with a 1-4 Elsnaugle, playing only half five when a Planter duo split a 1 3 Golf Center last week. He championship play-off of the nowhere to smash Tat to earth
minutes in the was
chart however FSC to 11.11 doubles match with Lake collected his on the 100-yard Chicago Bears and the New for a sizeable loss.
Southern's high point man
overallIn land's No. 1 unit. 1 r ia No. 2 bola. York Giants. All tile horrorsof But two thunderous tackles
17. He had 28 in the two club'sprevious <
the two teams Initial meetIng He had The Lake Wales Highlander f ff fui fx Ridge Pro-Am Association's that brutally cold day came by Morris later on escape no
It took Stetson an overtime ,only five rebounds, far below last week stunned the Dread-'I' tourney today Is at Sebring. flooding back to mind. NothIng tice. When Yat threw the

before edging the Mocs 103-99. his of 15 outing. naughts, 8-0, in a Others on the slate: Feb. 20, could change the result, touchdown past to Gifford, the

Florida Southern also received Stetson average led at per intermission saw no doublet played because Winter Haven; Feb. 27, Plant though. The Bears beat the cameras dutifully shifted to

another serious blow 43-33 and early In the second 'of rain. T h e Dreadnaughts City; March 5, Bartow; March Giants all over again, 14 to 10. Glff in the end tone. Tittle had

when co-captain and leading I half Increased the margin to 19 were able to win only one set 12. Cleveland Heights It they didn't do it too convincingly hit legs braced firmly for the

scorer Tim Etonaugle left the points The Mow kept the Hat- in bowing to the Highlanders at Polk County Women's Golf on film, they also throw and Morris came catapulting .
Lake Wales 1 didn't do It with in on him. He
contest In the second half aft- i za Association's next will overpowering crashed
from the contest tourney
ten: turning
But the Lakeland girls team force on the cement.like into the left leg and practical
I the be Feb. 20 at Plant City. Others
Into rout
a by closing gapto handed Lake Wales a ... ,.. turf of Wrigley Field The ly unhinged Yat at the knee. It
Forrest Baker I four paints : March 8, Cleveland
featjne Monsters of the Midway was a clean hit and
Bill Plckens led the Stetson Heights: March 19. Sehrins? perfectly
ureaonaugni boys team blunted the Giant attack with the
.Win TournamentThe charge with 29 points, the tame to 21 for the season and the COLLEGE SIGNS GIANT John Silos, 7..t.I..cll., April 2 Lake Region golf club defensive heroics which set up proper. But was not Giant the quarterback

number he netted in the earlier girls; are 2-4 for the year. Both te..I.., tress ClcrcUnd, Mlu., slued a Utter .< Intent "eta"'., First Flight Manufacturing both their touchdowns. But again. earns

I Tuesday afternoon choose- Hatter victory. The S-10 center earns are coached by Miss .t Pin iluff.! Ark., to attend ArIt._i AMtN Coll.... .. .11- Company will award $200 the New Yorker defense was Once more Morris

Jour-psrtner shuffleboard burn also dominated both backboards Marge Mitchell. Noire ......L teethed I.. coach Ulysses S. Grant, loft said. In merchandise and lend $800 pretty magnificent itself and In later and barrelled
on smashed
,meet at the Civic Center courts at Stetson out rebounded FlorIda The results: eke I U.,*..* Spell vn4! pay l ...kI.. M. wash. not My, In the golfer* name to the the Chicagoans never were the same leg in the into
went to Baker and Robin Southern two to same fish-
Virgil one. UtKtLAND Mty KANT CITY MMntUM hews v'". If SiMrs wM play! bonk****.!! Nr AMAN because Heart Fund for any golfer able to mount even one driveof ion. Tittle had to
Forrest The duo defeated John The Mow bad an off night ltph Uvooa U wet limp off the
.rt'1tt White (ft, .-. 01 John atow ......,..... rats ...... ilf Hint ***k **>n ,**,., before March IS. carding an aca Feb. 2223. even moderately impressive field. That he returned
Bates and Bill Brewer, 36-14, .fai field goal shooting hitting MM Bwk MoOlnnl.' (1)4. Contact at all
*->t .r.. Kim (L) ko. .Mv. Boar,. H. did\ My the yawnf slat ......... 25 point per t..... tale ,M'. the pro shop at proportions. was a tribute to hit own indomitable
in the finals. 38 of their shots.
only cent ,,.
per Ten 111 hl owns H. 14 Hutcheson golf course for de Althouh the motion
On their way to the finals, Stetson hit SS per cent of Its '04.I Loula.(torn:;{:1.U' Hoot' II.'.. Mil.' Cell..* ".Mont Dr. Lawrence Davis it *t u4.M. CAP Wrophoto. ). tails called "Deadline To picture Glory"for spirit but he had

Bates and Brewer eliminated floor attempts. .."?rif!.* b:"*"..m"iLAKii'wALu's '... IL) II.., WII.. Buddy Bates who was In some mysterious reason, lost his maneuverability and
Edith Vanesky and Bethel Besides Elsnaugle, other Mow 12.041,1. (Ph e..4, 4 N. ..... autwnDl the Giants had lost their striking
re.rw we cisie-cerwn. Lucas Johnson Battle contention right up to the captures all the ferocity of the
Stuber 28-28, and Walter De- In double figures were Bobby : ILj; ,. last day, still turned In a terrifying tackling and collisions power.
Morse and Walter Vanesky 44- Bowman 15 Tom Dawson and LAKILAN0 SIn.laai It to a rather thin line
onti Namoon (LW> kaattalch creditable 229 in the Gasparilla of gristle, it still cannot to
40. Baker and Forrest measured Sam Schwartz 13 each, and Uv':ar .. (LW koat John e_." LeRoy Paul and Emily Mike Huber 10. Stetson also had ., ll John Morotia.nl (LW) kooii.laoi The meant In the face of the
annual game. reason
sown. IMi
: ; 1) -
Paul, 98-13, before capturing the four other in twin fig- : L lOW. : growing alertness of the
players i I-I L u.iie. (LW) w tt IuiI11.e ); THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia for the fourth George Washington invitation. to that the defenses were to Chicago -
tourney. ures. They were Bill Clark 14, ( aa., a. Jerry Lucas and Gus Johnson straight time 121115. al golf tourney will be Feb. dominant that there just defenders. They kept pluck.

Bobby Paschal 12, Tom Barnard I 0.21,1,1 awy:4. LANSWALe5 n.d rain.LANnANe a ,.,....) most likely will shoot It out to 21.23 at Capital City Golf Club weren't enough offensive pyro ing passes out of the air with

AUTOMEN WIN 11, and Vern Waters 10. ...,...i Plumo, Ann, ..*, e.1(|I.)Irma koat PlnN.HW fuo-. the end of the season for rookllonors Boston whipped Los Angeles Tallahassee. Entry fee Is 115 technics to light up the skies. distressing ease. Tittle, who

AUBURNDALE-Dlck' Auto Florida Southern's next encounter 1-o4(L)| hoot Ann Morn4on Si I.(LW.. (koat LW,Alec a 2. In the National Basketball 104-97 in overtime. for the 64-hoIa event. A pro- The picture does answer one rarely had been intercepted

Sales of Lakeland't City League will be Saturday night w the CL I.,o-r," '-'-, e-I.. '(LW.,.5-/ Association. Lucas Hu Edge am tourney to slated Feb. 20. question rather well but it during the season, had five

chalked up Its Milt cage victoryin at the Lakeland High School 1.1 rvtJy ZoUoT (U koal Sowlln: ) The two first-year. men remain A M-hoIa tourney will leaves another and more Important snatched away by these von
Jacksonville Uni- (ightMr (LW), 61, .-1DouWoai Lucas has a alight edge on
gym against begin at Pine one totally unanswered.The cious Bears.Most .
It games here last night ,ot>onod r.''' statistically close together golf
with a 108-78 win over Cypress versity in another r FIC contest. I after big games Wednesday Johnson'in scoring and reboundIng course (Eustis-Umatllla) to turning point came not of the exciting moments

Gardens. no,.n.u.l. r 4 ft I ota If Bssr(TIToONI ] f I.'1 i Nassau Cup night. In 89 games for each. Lucas morrow. Entry fee was '15. too long after Y. A. Tittle of this game- except

Frank Etherldge former Au- '.''nkm... : 11. | r 2 is Lucas scored 27 points and Is averaging 17,9 points and The 84th National Open had arched a touchdown pass that foreknowledge of the result

burndale High star, led the. '=.. e ,:a:::: I see! tlBSE" NASSAU Bahamas (AP) grabbed 20 rebounds in Cincin- 197 rebounds Johnson tourney will be held at Congressional to Frank Gifford alone In the told how futile they went

Automen with 38 points Wayne :=.=. I. .:, Sallcraft of the Southern Ocean all's easy 147-121 triumph over per game. Country Club Wash end zone, for a 7-0 Giant lead. -came in the closing minutes

Chapman had 31 for the win- ahr N. t lll 2 1.-.1,. J I2 e Racing Conference will compete Detroit while Johnson poured In stands at 17 points and 1U ington. D. C., June 1820. Sea- For a few frantic seconds it when'Tittle gave his only real

ner. Kn'I'1'.a1 e / aM awn..ryes.Iww. t I I a Friday In the Nassau Cup race 30 points and snared 26 re- rebounds. ton tickets are $17. looked as though the Giant show of sharpshooting effectiveness. .
of the'1964 Johnson sparked Baltimore tits Bob McManus Sr. and Bobby quarterback had flipped another
High for Cypress Gardens their final seaINDIANAPOLIS bounds at Baltimore downed But George Halaa'Monstera
with 35 wat Ken White. Total.. ii 31 M T.hb., ii i Wecar. .on. 25th victory of the season Minion tangled in a real to Del Shofner, also were accomplices to
/ .t haln 55,4. .I no II.
which equalled the number of thriller alone in the end
Sunday for the Cleveland zone. But this outbreak. They tht
Southwest Plays the team all las Del could hold gave
games won Heights men's club cham not It. Moments Giants the short and

1 Denison Rebels season In Chicago.The pionship. Pro Don Gulls de later the Bears intercepted and dropped back to guard passes against

former Idaho star put the dared "No one could have scored. Instead of a 14-0 New the long-distance bomb.

Unbeaten Southwest Junior Bullets In the lead to stay 112- putted much better than Bob. York advantage, it was 7-7 and Tittle had the Giants
High School's cage Seminoleswill 110 with a three-point play In He was a real champion out an entirely different kind of sweep
ing downfield with artful lib
: clash with Denlson Junior the final three minutes. Before there. And Hinson to really ball game. Shofner was at
tie tosses as the clock ran its
High here tomorrow at 3:30: p.m. the game was over, Johnson back on his game He's going hand for the screening. In
.t the Lakeland Senior High scored two more field goals, got to be tough from now on. It fact he'll accompany the film course. In the final

School gym.Tuesday an assist and. blocked a Philadelphla was a real fine match with as it to shown throughout the seconds he even had.the

B 4 ,5r afternoon the Semi. shot soma fine pressure shots by country. He Intends to avert Giants lining up without. hud

nole. chalked up a 52-24 victory; Eighth Straight both golfers. McManus really his eyes henceforth while this dle. Nothing worked and t

car over the Mulberry Junior High Lucas 27 point and Oscar came through on No. 17 when phase of the film to being displayed last desperate heaven-help-

r 4 Panthers. Mike Johnson Leigh Robertson's 38 sparked the Royals he had to hole out a -footeror us pass wobbled Into the end

Thompson and Jim Chastain to their eighth straight tri low the match" The "1 just couldn't stand watch- tone for the fifth and lad interception

each had B points for the win. umph. Lucas' rebounding beat fourth annual Marlon Stephen. ing myself miss that ball so of a bleak and miserably .

era. everyone. Jr. Invitational golf tourney often," he said with a deprecating cold afternoon.The .

In the eighth grade game Boston scored six straight to slated March 13-13 at Se smile. "When I broke film to livelier than the

t Southwest downed Frostproof points at the start of the over- bring Golf Club. Entry fee to Into the end tone, I looked game was. It's a cinch that it

50-11 Wayne; Barlow had 11 for time: and went on to outscore $15. Winner of each night wins around and knew I had plentyof can be viewed In a lot mort

the winners.FLA Los Angeles 12-5 In the extra I a free trip to Nassau. Contact room. Under the best of comfort.' Any organizationwhich

NATL. OUIII period. AI Frank at P. 0. Box 374, circumstances receivers drop' wants such a cotnim-

The Lake had a chance to Sebring. balls they should have caught able viewing can obtain loan

win the game In regulation time I'll let you Judge for yourself of the film by writing Del
how tough this chance was"It Shofner, P. O. Box 2501 Grand
but John Havllcek of the Celtic
stole the ball from Los An- Hockey Star was a real toughie The Central Station, New York 17,
.ON'O.J trouble to that
dazzling Del
SAT. NITE 8 geles' Elgin Baylor with six hat made to N. Y.
seconds left and the score tied many impossiblecatches

92-92. Havlicek took a shot with Eyes NHL GoalBy In the past that folks LAKELAND TIES
{ : expect him to do the impossible
I one second to go and missed ''
Raceway Perk "Test Track, U.S.A."-Repert ft as a regular thing. On this WINTER HAVENIN
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS one frozen in place by a stoppage TENNIS

110 IKI TUCSON GOLF With the next goal he scores, of the film, he had to

PLYMOUTH BEATS FORD AND CHEVROLETIN EAKINSTAKES Bernie Geoffrion of the Montreal twist his body on a high, offline Lakeland and Winter Haven

OPEN BEGINS. Canadians will become the throw that gave him a Tennis Club teams battled to sM

9 OUT OF 10 TESTS OF SHOWROOM CARS- third highest regular season most awkward angle. He tie Tuesday night at the
CHALLENGE goal scorer in the National couldn't hold the baU. Nor Edgewood courts.
Arlx. (
Hockey should he be blamed
0' Texan Don January opens defense League for It. The Lakeland Tennis Club

CRUSHER KARLSON of.his Tucson Open golf Geoffrion scored twice as team will play at Haines City

Wins Acceleration, Handling Braking title today on a desert layout Montreal blanked Toronto 44 STEAM LEAGUE on March 3 at 7:30 p.m.

TAG where the weather could haveas Wednesday night, giving him FOR Results in the men's end

Gas Economy-"thlngs you buy a car for.! TEAM MATCH much influence u good driving 365 Lindsay goals,had the same with Detroit number Ted SOUTHERN women's events

SENSATIONALCALIFORNIANS and good putting. Chicago. and JACKSONVILLE w The .In..... Sill alrflot* (L) kaat Lyn
Plymouth also costs leastt-and carries weather expected it Southern Professional try (W)' *-1. Mat Dav. awn,., III)
The man
Chicago Football boat M Colaman fW, {-*, *-O NolwnO..VOT.
whipped New
be with little wind for York settled (WI koat n..., c.."....... III
to warm 5-2 in the other NHL and ILe.gue'ha. on an eight *'1, -' Dirk" c.. Cllof (W) koal *a>.*
the only 5-year/50,000-mlle warranty.* the 72-hole event, but it wasn't game unless It expands .akor /L), 4-nn4, S-al Al 1 Man I*)
m* remained In a first place deadlock aoat Don Waatkorry (L> n1 44.Doubla.1
for Wednesday's to 10. : IOat
that way pro- with the Canadiens. I lly CJ WeI"J
> Chaatar W.llor-Jlm. >>
amateur prelude to the $30,000 Only Gordle I Nine teams were accepted but 1-..
Howe still
t"t tournament. very directors eliminated Mariettaon WOMN ,..
active with Detroit, and the DouMoai Maa .utrtorl.no' tylvla '
Gusts whipped the 49ers Country retired reconsideration Bill Westcott, elk (W) koat .. here PinhUvCantiMa.tarlm. .
Maurice Richard of Montreal Ill, FI, 4 ll Pan OaWMaidl '
Club course, where the two who .operated the Rome Ga., Lincoln Ill kaat Vlnnla wan
AL AND RAMONTORRES are ahead of Geoffrion, franchise Mary Molnr (W), Cal (nro a'U.
lowest scores were a 67 by which folded last year,
CITY PASSING CG-ITOp.pARK Edwards of Ft. Worth, whose goals have come In 14 'was granted the Marietta franchise

OffiCIAL RESULTS CHEVROLET PlYMOUTH..I7U1..............114 It. CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH..IIU5.......T.11.7emin.. CLASH MATCH IN TAG TrAM Tex., and a 68 by Al Kelley of i seasons Geoffrion in ,the who NHL.will be 33 on only If a 10th member to Foxy Quest Wins

FORD............ Orlando, Fla. Each teed off in added. Third Of Season
... .202 It. fORD.............1.1. mine Jena Valentine' Day, gave Montreal
Mobile replaced Rome. .
the relative calm early morn- Holdover
KILOMETER RUN HIGHWAY PASSING EMERGENCY STOP goalie Charlie Hodge enough members OLDSMAR AP-Robert EoHarrla'
PLYMOUTH ........,32.72sao. PLYMOUTH.............nasn. PlYMOUTH..UI. An4 Ing and finished before the support after the teams had are Gadsden, ( the
CHEVROLET..74. CHEVROLET...........x1on FORD...................la3M. U.S. AGAalNSTSEBASTIAN winds reached full velocity. battled without a score Chattanooga Tuscaloosa Huntsville Foxy Quest became
FORD...............34.90,0. ................... It. CHEVROLIT............1.1 It. Ch.mplM "Nobody could really enjoy nearly two through Daytona Beach, Orlando first three-time winner of the
9rsIa.rBull golf In weather like that" periods. and Jacksonville meeting when he scored a note
........17.49 mpl. PLYMOUTH 2.I-MILE.....CLASSIC..2:35.03mi1L PLYMOUTH........,11.75s.0. Jacky Cupit declared when he action The veteran recently who after returned to A plan for opening the season decision In one of ,the most
CHEVROLET..14,35 CHEVROLET..12.75 finished his round with a 69. missing July 18 was tentative pend--thrilling finishes of the session
::::::: : mpg CHEVROLET .. .,2:43,14: min :::::::: ::: three weeks with a throat Injury ing a schedule at Sunshine
roan...... .13.7/mp1 FORD..2:44eewn.:: : : : : .... GIRLSFLA. "That wind really was blow- making meeting Park yesterday
fired home his first goal at at Birmingham March 6. A blanket could have covered

FtYMOUTH.QUARTER......-.MILE.11.30see. CHEVROLET HILL...CLIMB......14.12 PlYMOUTH PRICEt.............1210. STATICHAMPION Ing.Defending champion January 17:57 added of his the second second at period 2:23 of and the Commissioner Cyril I Smith the ing first it three horses ding dong
was authorized
CHEVROLET..17.. ......,....... .. -. CHEVROLET.............127.. I' came off the 18th green thoroughly third. to negotiate with through the stretch run
roan..............11.54a.o. PlYMOUTH...".....1'0 fORD...................$2794(5,114n MISS wind-blown as he fin the Atlantic Football Leagueand Fair Sada was on the inside,
ELLA WALDIK ished his round with a 71. Hodge getting his first shutout United Football League fora Foxy Quest in the middle and

M. '. .it.t.ll'ISltd: .r**'":"** ** *"**"Ii'hrdtw N"11" Fury, OwnM lmo.li Fwl 8.1ml.ulpiMU VS. stopped 31 Toronto shots. postseason plsyoff the fast dosing Ripperty on the
VA..cludMg H any, d" : \\cd. ChOTrrtrtapproorKtt MISSIILLI outside. The three horses
Did Cud, but not Plymouth. Includ kiatar which' may bi"cliTt! .a b'Vp.cltl ordoTwIU? price IIdj.._.. STARR Southwest Florida matched strides for nearly the

Des H.rtn.tt-v"hlac. 0...., Conference Records i length of the stretch and it was
At Plymouth's request, Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute bought the H.rtMtt b Fie.'. .j.Mt..* !/' only a bobbing head at the wire

@) comparably equipped V-8s directly from dealer showrooms, hired the drivers, ."' ."U' wrwtlor, cinched .".! Conforon*. 0_." which separated the first two

supplied the officials, made the,rules and supervised the entire competition. tNl.... ky Jehu Ht.rk.RlKMilK .,lane sly : n \ F I: : finishers Foxy Quest provedthe
: :::
TI..... W"' _'. Owe taxs*.*.:::::::: I i .11 most photogenic and paid
.... ...
ShdMb OM Adn4 Kirs--:::::::: { f I >a C.t 19.00, $3.SO and $3.80. Ripperty
MHI-S new nwwnwo IMINIMI SWISS nim WARI'.n PROTICTS you, cnry.i c.r. let 0 yon or MOOD null whlcliamr o moi lint, iiiinit dKacti hi x.tarMH and. Mrkmantkip Mid. will ....1_ Ma"Soa Clt' ./ S |4
or .....lr at 1 CkrnlH Motor Corporation Aul"""" .... Dials, i pl... ol u..._ tile ....,.. blot. .Mad Md .kilMMl WrestlingLAKELAND ":'a llcTTnahod::::: :: ...t''tI. Sada $4.40 to show.
pIII1t, "NOM mess told, water pump, ......",..,!.. C..! and '"l"1. carts ..", dl.' "snarl. tMS. > torque "ywlofj ... N'GHT"/ aAM"Au" ;,, Although he was unbeaten In
l 5,1., ., row sale M/ mil its, .5.) b..rmp, of 10 II... ptovid I Inai.. .. M._ ,
:'\.I: : di'=7li: K.-
the oil I ekoniod. awry 4000 mile, hlch.vo, 11m11 I lint, till *H filter: roplicM. a. a., ow' *._ 1t ......., "'.n' Ills two starts here the winner was
wr0 51250W elI ce.' ind tha carbur.tor air Inter cliintd every I ninths and rapliood nary S /..<, ad wy ARMORY Uk. W.I_ allowed to get away with a $900
pwplha u.liha. to such t daalH mldonc* ol p.dmmanc. earvi t.1 ... .OAT. NIOMTS .*."
o r.qulrad e. Md r4UMt the dMlw)Icertltr t.PDTMOirm
(lJ e..lpt If ouch tvld_ end 121 till Cary thn Conant 11I11.... ........?". .1 P1212. __ mutuel. Ha required 1.15 3/9
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earlier in the day when they

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Todd Houck of Fort Knox, Ky.
411 N. FLORIDA AVE. LAKELAND, TAGGED SASS Jew Lets won the PGA Junior-senior got
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; Thursday Feb. 13. 1K4 27LAKELAND

. {t;l tiM I Floridians Enter Daytona RacesBy II Baseball LEDGER,

r JACK FLOWERS to complete the 2,000 kilometer O'NeH Coral Gables, Grady; -chi! and Rodrlgues. Well. Earl Kelley Director of Promotion I Registration

Assistant Sport Editor Daytona Continentalover Frank HtUon, Miami, Lola. known American driver like and Press Relations, Saturday
the 181-mile track and
j A contingent of Florida Scheduled to compete In the Tiny Lund Bob Holbert, Dan Charlotte Motor Speedway,
driver will be matching Among course.the 55 driver already Continental on Sunday are Gurney Skip Hudson and 108 Liberty Life Bldg, Char Registration for boy Interested
wits and iklll the teams of Perkins and W. Hitchcock Jr. will be In playing In two of
Uoa N against the accepted a* entries for Tommy lotte, N. C Current queen II I
nation' beat driver Saturdayand Saturday American Challenge R. Eve, Cocoa Beach, Ferrari in the field, too. Mia Sunny Skinner of Or. Lakeland' youth baseball programs

era. Sunday at the Daytona Cup are Charlie Kolb GTO; Danna Kelder, Or- lando Interested In JoinIng will be held 2 p.m. Sat
am. International Speedway. MiamI Lotus powered by mond Beach, and Ara Dube HAROLD PEAVY who Just NASCAR a* a noncompetitive nrday at two John Cox: baseball .
iby l The 250-mile second annual Ford; Paul Layman, Palm Daytona Beach, Triumph; leased the Lake Region I member and receiv diamond

live'hey American Challenge Cup race Beach, Cheval-Sadler; Lawrence Peter Holden Gregg and Dr. Speedway, midway between ing all the latest racing Information For boys In the 10-12 age
for Grand Touring, sports, Perkins, Eau Gallie, Harold St. John, both of Lakeland and Winter Haven, ? Contact C. A. Up. bracket the Lakeland Dbl

'IliU modified aporta and proto Gerrarl GTO; Chuck Caaael Jacksonville, Triumph; Den is a promoter, aaslstant flag church Jr.. Director, NAS Boys Baseball League will
type car is scheduled Saturday Fort Lauderdale, Porsche; Bolton and Jerry Morgan, man pit chief, coring aide CAR News Bureau P. O. register at John Cox No. 4
rom and begins at 1 pm. Bob Kingham Auburndale, both of Eau Gallie. Sunbeam and moneyman. Peavy la a Box K, Daytona Beach, Fla., diamond while the Palmetto

arth Following on Sunday, starting Corvette; William S. Bow. Alpine; Richard Robson, "Mr. Do-It-All" In a striving for further details When League (Il-H) will register at
at 10 a.m., will be the man, Palm Beach Porsche TltusviUe, and John Jacobson attempt to put Lake Region Richard Petty and Paul Gold diamond No. 1. All boy planning
Met longest (1.243 miles) scheduled RS; Newt Black Orlando, Cape Kennedy, MGA. back on its feet. And, if he smith cracked the 170 mile en playing In the Palmetto

no. race in the U. S. for Porsche Super; Joha B. Hill, can get a few more driven, per hour barrier In the two League nest summer
the 1964. It will take 13 hour Cocoa Beach, MGA; Brian ONE OF THE HOTTEST the likeable Tampan Just 50-mile races last Saturdayto regardless of whether they
the sports cars In Saturday's might accomplish that fete. determine the pole position played last season or not
i to American Challenge Cup One of his latest efforts I. a foe the Feb. 23, Sunday should register Saturday.
hadthe Playoffs In ProgressFor event will be the Scarab. powder puff derby. Phyllis Daytona 500, it brought to Boys will also register for
Owned by Texas millionaireJohn Rellford will be in charge of mind one thought. The running both league oa Feb 22 and

ata. Club Golf CrownWith Mecom Jr., the car will this event, making Ita debut time for the 500 this Feb. 21. First tryouts will be
bed be driven by A. J. Foyt, former Sunday at Lake Region. year easily could be shorter March 7 for the Dixie League,

a.cat.It ASS WORTH CASH Davis Claa bald.. *.*... ScMits championships decided In ... a ,-.MT. CGNIOLATI. Mexican Indianapolis ace Pedro 800 champ Rod- NELSON STACY winner? than-the-"Cleopatra"_ -. -movie.- II,year _old only._.

cOyart. .... he c..(", at laka Julian white fi.Mna. list af Und.'s. C.", ... all flights the finals began In ........,coed..."'.. a-a NN 1 an..as.Wes "I_N. ..w.11... l rlgues will pilot a rear-en- of last Sunday' ARCA 250- [
.0'4. le" W t'
the Cleveland Heights women's M.... gined, prototype Ferrari, one mile late model stock car
FISHING-HUNTING ,:.M Idw.rdi kaat ....
club Jinn of four made'
handicap only this
Ime championshipgolf O PLIQHtM year race at Daytona, formerly I
tourney.A Nue... Btaut_kradi k...._ Maal .....i by the famed Italian firm, In was a NASCAR driver for
| 1. I II YOU
lied : 'Facts round robin affair between .mith Wet Kitty Tuttan"f_.. >.,l'..Oar?! the Challenge Cup three yeari. ARCA, formerly
wardt Wall Laura 1 wa* ky da
into the three flight winners b In fault (ram Oaldla' Haffmanl Clara; Drivers from nine foreign MARC, was not new for
II progreu. In the first match Tnampaan Lik MoMa Wet Praaaa Wet alma PaMar, .ky.,..dafaulti ..,; countries-France, Germany Stacy. H. was ARCA, or

the J; Rita Huntslgner who won the Julia....,Palmar kaat Staut ayaa.,.1.U BmlMt Wet '4. England, Portugal, Italy, Belgium MARC national champion In ARE INVITEDTHERE
all On Recreation i BRight title, defeated Mere wardi H... W.t>ana. aaat ThamaaaA, S-Sl Ma: Switzerland, Mexico 1958, 1959 and 1960 The
In. Klemm, victor In the A flight ".Bmltn, .kaa't'lMal, a.Si Jania kaat M.. and Peru will be chauffer- annual beauty pageant to select .

hadand The two golfers must still play ...MANN' emits. buM Jesse, I c1 ..., ing cars In the Continental on Miss Automotive World WERE LOTS OF FOLKS AT
Olive Smith C flight chantplon. 0 PLIGHT CONSOLATION Sunday. Heading the list are will be held In April. Any
rile-! By FRED W. JONESFlabInaHuntln I"in Jamaa .kaal Tutton' t ua an all ..!., Joe Bonnier Edgar Barth, girl Interested In entering the OUR LAST WEEKEND PARTY.
Editor The tourney was 'a handicap ,. Jean .kaat aaltan, t ... aa, Ray Salvador) Lucien Blan- cnmnpf u___ _._tHnn.___ ._ h..n_ u_ _I A_ writ....._*.
affair and was the THEY WERE HAPPY THEY
sponsored by
'to We have a copy of the digest of the report of the Outdoor
, In. Recreation Resource Cleveland Heights I Women' TOOK HOME BIG
Review Commission. From it we have Golf Association. Rochelle Beats SAVINGS.

theIce.. discovered some things that rather startled ac. Losers In the first round made YOU WERE NOT HERE!
Since we all contribute under Florida' new program to the consolation
up flight. Pine I las 8251Rochelle'
ick.vith. the future of outdoor recreational opportunities and facilities a PLIANT b4MONZA SO MAKE THIS YOUR
of this Martha J.e kta* Baa Kavt Baa
state, and through taxes to the federal .
program, we Irak kaat av. W.laai Amanda b.r"
vho all ,have an Interest In what 1 II proposed and what will be ..'arkar kaat .....1. ","/.0'4. 1.II ftukr. Panther chalkedup BIG WEEKENDOF
wa* 1r aafault fram Ann JNa.ILN
'ted! I ..... MltoKall. aaat Mary B allnaar their 14th victory in 20 games
done.Some I HP an Iel ......_ Walahalaaat r -
rive of the things that be Naata Cattlnaham' t up a* Mi and 13th in 18 league game last
may proposed, and of ....
some Maria Duay aaat Nail ... ..
'ra.T1'J00 the things that may be done, may come a* a surprise to some f.ultt pauy, I Mara ua anJaekaa k".....,.. kaat "."ay. _..- night at the Panther gym with Coupe, 4-Speed, OPPORTUNITYIBIG !

people. This could: be because we here would not understand aaat Oraka, t II. O.vl. kaat an 82-51 cage win over Pinellai Radio, HeaterCHEVROLET
Parkar. I up a* IN MoaN "
r ,__ ralXph.nr..n "" ..011"" MMmm High of Clearwater.
apt .
T.MM Say TIDa >! ay. ..b. 14. INN NI I tidalr17 am wed D.-. dNwlfr.n1 aakaan, a Duayaaat .?l Hlamm kaatay The Panther of Lakeland will $2195PENDARVIS
reo N.:.. SIN C. 011. SAVINGSNEW
l&M&ttSfSsSiWJ.rrrrrrirjjjjjjjjjjjjjjrjjjjjjjr: .I.a Wb : tangle with Middleton In Tam
w tomorrow in
lei rrrrrfrj n wed." kaat K PaIl..4 night another
' cowl Ur
eat what the people of other areas might want moat their II".. call Cattonakam. Sll _..NearsY'hII.r Negro prep cage contest. ITEMS ADDED

'ee- wanta may differ from our, as ours would from theirs.
la"do First, why think of the out of doors at all? For the answer I..4..,..IOMTM4rd., .... In double figure last night with

to that we have selected Just two statement from the report: I ........ McClure. kaat Pat BdwanlN James Foster leading Rochelle CO. false A Loom
"The outdoor lies deep In American tradition It hen Maser kaat Kite....Mnlaht... a ti with 19 while Roosevelt Pugh
the (Immeasurable Impact the nation' had .au.,....Hunalnaar......"t Wet......, _tt WaadalH. R_ had 18. James McCaster finished 310 No. Florida Are At These
on character
and those .
tad on kaat Camtlla aunty ." MitcttallI lakeland
lilt who made Its history."Today's ::.... Luor, Oavn kaat, pranaaa ..,. ( with 13 for Rochelle.
Nail Itlklar arM Pinellaa however
took the
challenge I II to assure all American. 5.5,52 YMM, MunHtnaarMat ,
permanent araaintt Kaak bma Mir NI/' Ba.Nunkunaar jayvee game with a 50-34 vie- PRICESONE
access to their outdoor heritage. n. YNt 0-.M
ep. kaat HanMyf owN kaat tory. Lee Costlne with 12 was
bbIn < So it I II our heritage a part of the American of life. axis'
way "...... HunkHnaar kaat Kaan. I high for the Panthers.
la this true today, aa it was In the past?

fj. Again the answer I II given in the report. W* find the .. GROUP \

'heJd. population of. the country increased by 19 per cent from 1952to ,4 r '

, 1962. 3. \ Y SUITS and SPORT COATS

II"nel a Outdoor Sports Up 9 t 9t \ Regular Prices 29.95 to 65.00V2

in.is.. BUT- outboard motor In use Increased during that same

, period by 94 per cent; visit to state parks increased by 113 PRICE

per cent; visit to national parka Increased by 87 per cent, and

he visit to other federal recreation areas Increased by 238 per .

It cent. 1498 3250
rein These figure make It obviou that a* Americana become : TO

more and more city dwellers, they Increase their need and ,

\'to3ft .desire for outdoor recreation, rather than lose it. : t a 1i
So, state and national authorities plan for the future. l= BROKEN LOTS

lei And the question arises What do people want? What will \HHfi M5IBH rjl- t
adt7 they want? Discontinued andsizernusCHECK DRESS and SPORT SHIRTSAll

And this I* where we got surprised. (Remember these design..every type
Sizes Available
figure are for the nation a* a whole and that, a. we said,
the national desire may differ from our local desires.) Regular Prices 4.00 to 7,95'PRICE

The survey by the commission revealed, for example, the

most popular outdoor recreation Is driving for pleasure I

Swimming and this also surprised us was second most = !/2

Walking for pleasure came third In the popularity list;

vena' playing outdoor games or sports was fourth; sightseeing was t 1 1 200TO 398

the fifth, and picnicking was in sixth place. = PRICES !

Fishing, which MUST be the most popular form of out

lub door recreation In this area, came seventh in this national ONE GROUPMEN'S
set of
111Inel survey! ---- (Save even more on a

That surprised us, but more were to comet For example, Wh.n you Wh.n you wh.A OU I. LEATHER COATS
N... buy on. buy,..0(liCit) buy 'ou'(...h,
bicycling was eighth, right after fishing, and ahead of ninth BlllNOW.
place, attending outdoor sports events; tenth place, boating; : BLACK TUBE.TYPE Regular Prices 45.95 & 47.95PRICE

.... eleventh place, nature walk.; twelfth place, hunting and 6.70.111: 3149 1590.% S14.45 18 47 SU.'S 17.97

I IMn thirteenth place, camping I Supplies Limited Hgt: 2097 20.47 11.97: '/2

"((1(. ) In fifteenth Horseback place riding, and was hiking in fourteenth In sixteenth place place.; water skiing Our greatest value :815.ro:!: 2295 19.95: 22.45 15is 1; : 21.15 1 la:::is:

. We feel sure that locally, fishing, camping and water on quality nylon BLACK tUBELESS 2298rr 2398
L.M skiing would be much further up the list. Miler tires! 670.17/7.5044 $1697 $161 (11.97
Long :
But it i II also Interesting to note the proJection. for the 7.50.15/800.14: 1995 19.47 11.95:
. 760.15/8.5014 2195 214i! 20.15
- future. The report estimate that by the year 2000, boating 600.13 1495 1440! IUS

,.to for example, will have'moved up to seventh place ahead of INSTANT CREDIT 65011 56015: 1595 1 16.43:: t 14.95:::: SWEATERS JACKETS

fishing; swimming will have moved up to the top spot; camp. Your credit Is already I established 60015 15.95 1545 14.95 t
ing will have moved up ahead of hunting, and water skiing II have anynatanalcredit. 64015: 1695 16.45 13.95: 1/
you .H IS tuba ).OIh..tUot IM prlcod.tail 25% 331% 50% OFF
will also have moved up ahead of hunting. No delays!Buy now pay later! WhHawilU < $2 i.701 ... t"*
All pficat plus tnt tlrai) oil your car. )
The Item. projected to increase in popularity most are

E. boating, swimming, camping and water skiing. I < ALL
'he Now Isn't that something to think about? 1
---------------------- FELT HATS
'hede _. _.. _.

on m
An B Goodrich tires are guarantiad tor Ida of original
tread without limit II to tlma or md..... cgnnat dtlaclfj I ON A NEW I I I -=
eel 52 In m.tarl.l.nd workmanship and against blow.out*,cult. -
The Lakeland brtik MUMd by road hazard encountered In normal I Billtf ilujgish Any BAST5TEaROYpI
19. ein old il a m k.L.l THESE BIG SAVINGS
1. Bowling driving If a tire !il to damaged beyond rapair. you gal lull I battery 'todaymutt, .. \
Ie, tourney will begin allowance for remaining tread againtt the purch.: ol a I :
Lakeland Lanes raplacamant at currant raise list pfica. U COODRIC" II
nel S-T-R-E-T-C-H $ $ $
he in competition. I SllVlRTOWN ( ) your
u On Sunday 44 I EtECTRDPAN )
he and 88 singlea NO DOWN PAYMENT I DC.1 5Jwllhelch ) The Proof

II bowl in the city : No additional charge for mounting! I (I r C Wi anltfi. ,...<..',i>ltw*<..Bflukilloiif... ktth.., I

,reNO for the event j ._BRING THIS COUPON WITH YOU.OFFER EXPIRES n.RUARY2t.lt&....
with the teams ', ,H isxccraci !f *tnaj0irmffnrseBfJcmB Is fit The JLoofc blJ
'T & .
lf ,p7 ::::: 16'-
ed tion Saturday at

lid Besides the COME SEE!

1) there will also *Instant Credit ovoilobla

tarls winners handicap. Both riI 0-g Nf Dawn layman*. Ua T. Six Month. /Ivy

crowned. ';f j,, Ta ",. U.. Yayr lank Cra.it Plaa '" l
at F. Goodrich Store Horris' Texaco Service Station

00 VABISTV I"n 114 West Main St. 403 W Canal
Mulberry, Fla.
I. Barf. Bar .... .. LAYAWAY
:/5 1 -.... Mair Paahian, LAKELAND, FLA. -

1. M.lalai.-. .unlana1...m ........,. Baker Tenneco Service Station CHOOSI NOWto DEPOSIT

ngn. "tJu Mne....k aarlaa team JndMaiLarralaa ....'.., :.. aft '251 B. Avenue F. Goodrich A, S.W.Store ,N'v} ( 2190 Hwy. 92 E, at Fairway Lakeland, FI o. MERCHANDISE YOU StLICT UNTIL NKDID.

"s G."
WINTER Gengler's! Service Center
tWallaaa" HAVEN .
1 ,
...._. .. .
lUi Ann
,Inn llaanar a.eaarumtee.V....... B. F. Goodrich Store 2202 S. Fla. A..., Lakeland, Fla. Open Friday Night Til; 9

.. Tile M.arr0.t 1010 Grand Centro I Willis Service
n.at -. Tha .trkaraI .
4., Ti Tha fwtew. TAMPA, FLA. 730 N. Fla. Ave.. Lakeland, Fla.BEG .
Hill 5mm .am. tt
**Mah. team -.., '

n II M.aH. I.'v'. 'laual. tlliiJik;

":;,... ImJIvMiMl.' _, I
ers 171 ..
NATIONAL.y Tha .HOC_. ,, atralnl t. half) aa the ....". I

, ..ntraal wiDNiaDAv.. Tarante', f specks ha cau,hf whila .,.... d00 rlch
[iaata Maw Y am the a.war plant aiar at Lake
S .. ...... af Wit.
wao" .SO. Ha Naked sat ==
s TOKYO.r Tha- SaMfl._,. .... Iratfcara Pete a"J Flihinf tenaliae so r*.n ef Quality Jtry/cs I. Mm In tin laai/antf Area I

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26 LAKELAND LEDGER Thursday. F.... IS 1H4

Longtime Steelworkers I Starting SoughtFor I" FOLK Rp" BlvATR COUNTY' SIP FLORIDA taf.R.tatsd MARS ALL M. DUNK, Deses.ed .


Ii Ancient Practice T* AH Creditor and Fmml.Ilavln CO.r.'RNh..b'. given that 'i
CubansKEY ; Claim I or Demands A.am.t have. filed my final report as Ad.

j To Have 13-Week Vacations gee You. and alala oath! of you are MmPlAea mlnl.lntrla M. Dunn, _of .tit......t.t.; that of I Mary ha..
flied petltloa for
notified to fll. In d final din,
WEST (AP) A move: By TOM HOGE and came out against all fastIng by nialma: and dsmands oharg4 ; th.t I will apply" to

I was made today to batten appointment Associated Press Writer They finally settled for hove aaalnat CUNNINGHAM the ..Mtat if LUTHER d.- Ceuaty. 110L" .Iud.RICHARD of A.Polk BRONMON Cnunly'Y'bMda

1 By BOB VOELKER pie luxury of doing nothing. You're getting paid for it and of counsel for Cuban I Cannons boom across the Mos, moderation.The osud) In P the offlo. of Klohar A. en tb. etll any of M"'h'

PITTSBURGH (AP) Veteian ""Best thing they could do foi. you feel good" fishermen whose detention foP lent world Friday ending the Pilgrims held a fast day r.nl':1.:; ':: : County Judas at 3 hla ofwKii. lees for final for approval dlacharg.of Ua ae aam.Admin.and

Steelworkers are hurryin a workingman; It'. wonderful,", Machinist Harry McKee, C2. fishing In Florida waters caused fast of Ramadan for the faithful each spring before the planting P orIA,3.W Iasi b Iinu.laat DaI.nd.r IMratrlx of th. estate of Mary u.
r '
said James 1. Parker, a laborer is another of those staying the Cuantanamo crisis pledged to forego food and They also held a feast day or from January 10. III" Dunn, deceased. .
of mill these I. the d.l. of the Brat publication This Srd day of .."",,.,, i/jiKllaabetli ,
out gates day s I at U.s. Steel Corp's nearby, home, watching the world'We'n go County prosecutor Allen'drink from dawn till dusk for 30 thanks after the fall harvest of this notice. Bach claim 1.. 81msAdmlnlatrmtrlx

with an extra bounce la the r dairton coking plantA by. Clean advised Czech diplomat'days. which Is now observed throughout or damand must ... In,..wl1.Jna..Id."o. I. of M tb*

steps and smiles oa their faces. mill worker for 41 years Frantlsek Tellcka that be will I Lent, which for many Christians America as Thanksgiving. and must stOstf.*..*plddro.i oC th.cl.lm.n" .... ; ..auos3A.Mary Dunn

Outside the gate there .libackslapping .I Parker added.HIt'. a relief. happy'"I've ask the court to name a public means abstinence from Fasting has long been used *s must b afore.ald.. .worn te or and*leum U
filed a* NOTICE
and laughter The got my wife grandson defender unless a defense attor- meat or other fare over a 40- a political weapon, particular! must same b will* b..m. ."' '', MAR APPLICATION tNTaNTION FOR TO

oldUmers then head home to : and dog We're happy" said ney la engaged by 4 p.m. (eat) weekday period, began Wednesday -In Ireland In the days before independence I /.' OUIIIIIR AdmlnlstratrU CUNNINOHUI I. Ret FINAL Eatat DISCHAROE of

Joy something few of ro Mutual McKee. "I hope the rest of the today. from British rule. ALFRED: D. ORUVTR!:

men are enjoying their vaca Since the dawn of time, fasting .. Perhaps the most notable case
could envision for themselyyears Arraignment NAIi
ago.13Weak. Opens Drive lions as much as I am." i has'been a keystone factor: was the lord mayor of Cork, I IN THE COUNTY

McKee works at the Pittsburgh 29 Cubans waited In jail J faiths and a dominant Terence MacSwlney who wenton JUDOS COURT IN AND FOR Nonce la hereby given that I
Vacations Started for the eighth day as arraign many cultures. The motives strike In 1920 In FOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA ha,. filed my final report ae Ad.
a hunger
Works of Jones ft Laugh- mlnlatrator of the estate of
They are starting for the, For MembersFlorida 1m Steel Corp. He's been In the ment was delayed for lack of a might differ In various societies, Brlxton prisou. MacSwlney heldto r* R54MAEstat B. PATE!!, D. Oruver deceawd. that I Alfred...,.
defense counsel. but those who hungered were his fast until he died 73 day DeceasedTo filed Sand ", for final die
first time. 13 week paid vacations mills 43 years, through bitter All Creditor and Peron Hiring chart" that I win apply t
granted In the current Citrus Mutual has strikes and layoffs. Tellcka. first secretary of the usually inspired by belief that later. Claim or Demand Against th* lion, Richard A. Branson?
Czech Embassy in Washington self-denial brings divine reward Held EataUt County Judge of Polk County
steel labor contract launched a drive to get 500 new The urge to travel hits many which handles Cuban affairs In Mohandas Gandhi starved his You and *acN ef you ar* herebynotill.d Florida, wi ins ISIS day of March'

Many scatter to far-off vacation grower[ members enlisted into vacationers right away. Moat the United States left here Sun- Forgiveness Sought frail body partly to purify the claim and to file demanda In duplicate which youhaw all for 1.44,final for approval discharge of aa U-Admlnlstra* ...... and

spots. Others stay home the organization by the time of say they want to aee old friendsor day after conferring with the In many faiths the principal spirit But his main goal was to against the e.lat of MARY tor of th. ..t..* of Alfred U."raver .
leisurely tackling odd Jobs the annual meeting June 16. end the bloody communal riots a, PATE deceased. In the office deciaaed
new places. prisoners and said he would en- fasts are undergone la hope of of RICHARD A. BRONBON/ County This Ulh day of Vebruary, m.
around the house and perhaps "We'll be putting particular George Vlsnlck! S3, a roller gage an attorney for their de- receiving divine forgiveness for that wracked India and to improve Judge, at his offlc In th* CourtHouse O M. OoddardAdmlnlatmtor

planning a trip later. Some Just emphasis on membership from Ia the J&L plant here headed 'ense. sins. On Yom Kippur! most sacred the lot of the untouchables -.Ix calendar at Bartow montt Florida from ,January23rd within of the ...ta,. of

take It easy relishing the aim- now to June" said L. Dale Carlton immediately for Florida. He's deire't telegram to Tellcka' of Hebrew holy days, lowest of the Hindu 555.. which U the Cats of Alfred, D. Uruver
director of the contract castes. I ih* first publication of this notice.Bach Dacaa..d.
staying in a Miami hotel and laid the public defender would I Orthodox Jews still go without claim or demand mu.t b. In 11.1.

Snow Covers and membership division plans a leisurely return trip to be named for the arraignment nourishment or even water for writing, must slat Ihs place addraesof ofrealdene NOTiCa TO CFI&OlTO"1' '
of Mutual. and poet office IN THa COUNTY JUDOS
his home in nearby McKeesportThe 24 hours. I
only. tb. claimant, must bs sworn to COURT IN AND FOR '
Carlton said his fieldmea have vacation program was Other counsel could be engaged The origins of fasting are obscured 2nd Accused and must ... filed aa aforesaid void or POLK COUNTY b/LO.1 1)4
wlU become
Large Areas signed up "in the neighborhoodof worked out In negotiations last to defend the Cubans at by legend and folklore, nine same T. S. PATSAdministrator IN MANLY RE: E3TATP A. MOULIN. ,

50 or 75" new members to year between major basic steel subsequent trials he pointed out but certain threads of reasoning Nazi Takes Delayed
f. 0 lANES.Atlornq ,
Of MidwestBy Mutual since the start of Feb producers and the United Steelworkers I Bob Watkins public defender :ran through most ancient beliefs for Administrator Raving To All Claim Creditor or Demand and Persons Against

ruary. Union. It coven some here said he was not Interestedin : ICIVj south Kentuckylakeland lad 1I.t..t.

The official membership roD 450,000 workers in basic steel taking the case. Abstention from food wa His Own Life u-eH Florida. Yon, and .*Ph of you .... her.br
notified ta fll. In dupllcat
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of Florida Citrus Mutual ls cur and has since! spread to other looked on as the doorway to claims and demand which you an 1

Snow, sleet and rain covered rently set at 12,333. Carlton said. teel-related plants. I Limits Pointed Out :revelation. The early seers believed FRANKFURT. I NOTICE Und.r and OF by aHtRIFF'S virtu of aa SALE execution hav against the estate of MANLY

broad areas of the nation today I Procedure followed in the recruiting The plan provides 13-week He said his obligations were I that visions Induced by (AP)-Dr. Werner Germany Heyde, facing seal Issued of the out Circuit of and Court und.r of flee A. NORLIN of Richard deceen.d A. Broneon. In. the COlin of.
with heavy snow across many drive is to find out the vacations each five years for limited to criminal cases while I prolonged hunger brought contact trial next week as a Nazi ;Broward County, Btate of Florida, Judgs, at hi* office In the Court
Houa at
growers who are not yet mem- these misdemeanors under date of January II, 1.44, Bestow, Florida, wlthi.
sections of the MidwestA the 50 per cent of the workforce are I with the aupernatural. war criminal committed su!- wherein GLAMORGAN PIPE) AND .1. "Iend.r montha from J.nu.r
ben of the organization and Criminal Court Judge Thomas Fear also has 90 sees which I* th* dull 01
snowstorm that swept with the moat seniority played a partIn clde In his cell at Butzbach Penitentiary FOUNDRY COMPANY I. plaintiff the
then visit them at their homes Caro. before whom the Cubans i to his and JOHN HOLLO WAY AH8OCIATE8 first publication of this notice
across seven Midwestern states, :Its figured on a companywide prompting man forego the state prosecutor'soffice Each! claim or demand must be In
1 have
with amounts ranging up to a to tell them of the advantages basis, not plant by plant will be arraigned and tried said I most compelllnIIeed.. : announced today. ;levied,upon INC.and I. defendant will offer, for ale writing, moat etate the pier of

half foot in some areas headed of belonging to Mutual Carlton he opposed delays In the case Primitive tribes In the Aegean; Wednesday another defendant 'and Mil to th. highest front and doorof beet of residence th* claimant I and ,poet must offlo b* sworn addrens te

into the Ohio Valley and Interior said.He While action dragged the state :Sea area believed that the act In the Friedrich Till mann bidder the for Court ash Nouns at the at Bartow and must b* filed aa aforesaid, or
case ,,
sections of the Northeast.The said he hoped nonmember Red Skelton prepared to sell 8,500 pounds offish I if eating gave demon forces al leaped or fell from the windowof Polk County. Florida, on the 14tb ale earns/./ Jesnette will become A. Norlln void
belt growers who are not con- stored on ice aboard the chance Into the day of February 1561 th* same JEANETTB
snow covered areas I: to slip body. a washroom In the eighth being a legal salon day at 1 :SOP A. NORLIM
In Iowa. Missouri Illinois, Indiana tacted by Mutual fieldmen would Cubans' four trawlers. They avoided anything tasty M which i* between th. legal People Bank of Lakelanl.
floor of an office building In Coogne By / / Richard N. P.
Michigan, Wisconsin and call his office at MutuaL CBS ReconciledHOLLYWOOD Judge Caro Issued an order authorizing I lest the evil spirits might also eel and. two hours clock of eleven P. M o'clock of said A.day M. RICHARD N. PEARSB

the sale to the I like itTotal described Vlr. President
Ohio. Driving conditions were prevent Mass the following propertyuf
Killings ChargedThe and Trust Officer
hazardous in At catch from spoiling The four abstention appeared to the defendant, JOHN IIOLLO-
areas EXECUTORS0ass
many AP Comedian two were to have goneon WAY ASSOCIATES INC., to eat-
Doctor ( )

least four persons were killed In Expelled captains of the vessels agreed to I have been the goal of the early trial In Llmburg next Tues I.f) said eiecutloa and oosl tewlt. -
Red Skelton and the Co-
the sale. I Christian:: ascetics and NOTICE 0. aHa.'a. TALE
accidents ke slicked
traffic on lumbia Broadcasting System theygoaded day charged with the killing of 171 pier.. 4- pip Under and by virtu of an ....
highways In northern Illinois :Being TreatedFor The trawlers with two state I themselves on by exchanging of 200,000 Ibt piece I' pip. cutlon laud out of and under
70,000 executed
South of the Midwest snow appear to have reconcDed.: conservation agents aboard each stories of marathon persons 10KO piece V pip the seal of IS. Claim. Court of
by the Nazis as mental 111 pieces /N" pip Polk County, eats of Florida tinder ,
zone, rain extended to the Gulf I Skelton complained in Hollywood have been moved from CoastGuard I asts; one that gained wide clr defectives. lin piece .V". pip. dat. of January 14, IM.

states with rain indicated in the HepatitisLONDON that his weekly show was Docks to Man o'War Bay ailation c ca was St. Jerome's tale 700 places lfc" pipe W: ereln OABLR AUTO FLETTB1C
Tillmann, 60, was office chief a1 p1.... pow and APPLIANCE I
:: plaintiff end
middle Atlantic states being aired too early In the quarter mile away to prevent I)f a monk who lived for 30 years of what the Nazis called its eu 100 pietas: 1'1 pips: (AAlgthU too FLORA HENDERSON aka FLORA

WilliamB. evening. After a brief sit-down! against the wharfs barley bread and muddy waer. WILLIAMS la defendant I
In the West, more snow fell (AP)-Dr. damage m<< -
thanasia killing
or painless MONROB BRANNEN hues levied and
will offer for
In the southern Rockies while Harvey expelled from Ghana strike at his horn in Palm The prisoners at first crowded t: Another told of a priest in center In Berlin during World Shrift of Polk County: Florida sal. and cell upon to the highest and

showers splashed along the Pacific for alleged subversive activities -Springs, he returned to work into a single cell have been t:he Middle East who sustained BYl EARL W.RINCLAIR beet bidder for cash, at the front
War n. Heyde II, also was employed Chief Civil Deputy door of the Court Houe at Bur
Northwest, with snow Inland is in London for treatmentof Wedneaday at CBS. assigned to six cells with four ilmself I on five figs a day.In at the center. Tillmann (1.1", tow. Folk County Florida, on the

across the Cascade Moun hepatitis a liver ailment Neither Skelton nor the net- bunks In each and have access: colonial New England, the of the IStb day of 1114, Uie
director Cologne
became NOTICE TO CREDITORS ems being a legal aalea day it
tains.A The University of Michigan work offered any formal statement to a bullpen for exercise I II government rather than the Orphan Asylum after the war. IN THE COUNTY UOOR'. ISO pro, which I. between life

professor was taken to the But It was reported that churches set fast days so the COURT IN AND FOR legal .. hour of eleven erlotk
A third defendant Is Dr. Hans FOLK COUNTY FLORIDAIN A. if and two clock P. M nf
January thaw in New Eng tropical Disease hospital. The CBS would give Skelton's show Farmers and small.woodland nmmunity: could do penance Hefelman. Yet another defend i RK:: ESTATE OF ale day th. following deorrlhed

land is mentioned in literatureas hospital would not comment on a more favorable time slot next Owners control 54 per cent of The[ Puritans opposed thisisurping STEIN MEYER property of the defendant, PIAgAHRNDERSON
Gerhard Bathe disappeared -
ant, HARRIET U RAH AM. : aka FLORA WllLIAM8 .-
the nation's commercial forests of church authority
early as 1798 his condition. eason. I .
from his home at Duesleldoff DH.s to aatlefy said xcutlo
To All Creditor and Persons and costs to-wltt
late last year and Is believed Having Claim or Ixmandg Against On. Phllco TV Serial 41II2
to be in Latin America Said tetaiet Mode.) #tm RM
I You and wich of you are .....*.., MONROR BRANNEN .
LEGAL AOVE..TIIIIMENT"OTIC& notified te fll. In dupllcats .U sheriff of Polk Corny Florida
or INTENTION TO ilalms and demands wc4ch you BYl EARL: W. SINCLAIR)
I t. MAKE APPLICATION FORFINAL leva agalnet the ants of BTEIN- Chief Cove Deputy
;: ) : I. Ret Bett ofK4TBRlNB _d. la the offlc of fUnbard A.froneon. NOTICa )c SHaRIFF'e eALIl

: \ : :< ; DAV1WOMDexmaad n... In th. .County Court Houe Judge. *at t Bartow hla of cutlon Under and by virtue of an eio.
lasued out of and under the
:,: iM TO ALL WHOM IT HAT CUN- Florida within elx calendar itiontl-e eeel of the Civil Claim. Court atHlllaborougn
ClCRN. rom January SI, ..e.. which I* the County Btat. of FlorIda. .
to brby **.* that I late of the first publication *t this
Notir ender dat. of April li. J Pit,
,. final .report .. Admntatrator. ratio*. Each claim or demand must
v file< BIT wherein Atlas Fln.no. Comneny of
CTA of th. _t.t. ofLatfcrtn he ta writing, mu.t atat tr. pl*<-. Florida la plaintiff and PaulMcKlnney '
Da"8'1 that Df roeldenr* and post .fflo* ad-
I- Is defendant I hew In
lraw of the claimant must b*
I hv flld mr petition for final led upon and will offer for salend
1I Isuherge and that I will apply to iwora te and must b* filed *euToraaald. all to th. blgheet and beet
Richard A. Broneon or SUM aam. will becomerold
..n r* Hoo bidder for cash, at the front door
County Judg of Polk County of th* Court Hous at BartowPolk .
.. th* Ittft day of March, /./ Dillon L. Graham Jr.IILIAN County, Florida, on th* Ird
6 I r.rdfO of tha aam. and U GRAHAM JR
xtfAdvertising : ; approval Eaautor.n day of March 1M4 the cam being
4 .r. far final dlacharg ns Admlnl n./ a legal sales day, at 1 :1* pm
ws'ws.s w.5ww.eat..wrmeM..N. I rator.. CTA of th* auto of Kath which Is between tr. legal eel
rin* Davldeon, deceased NOTICE OF 'Ha"'I""'. SALE hours of eleven o'rlork A M and
Tats nets day of 1M4. Under and by virtu of an *.- two o'clock P.... of old day: the
; /./ B. C. MoClurgK. x-utloa Ueued out .f and under following described property of
C, MoCLURO he aral of the Clalma Court of the defendant, Paul tTafcKlnnev,
i!! W Administrator, CTA Polk County State of Florida to satisfy. aid execution and coot.towlt
of th* mate *f inder data of January .. lees :
,: Kathrln Davldeoo vherela. FIDElITY FINANCE On. ].(. Bulck 4 door edsn,
Pec*****. CORP. I* plaintiff and JAY HILL ID *4C-ulftm. TO "'U.U.
..----.----.. -- -- 11.... Ie detendont I have levied upon let tag XbW-11/t4 no II......
;, '' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO and will offer for eel and eell to MONROR "RANNE'fI1h.
'.t.1. 1 ''; MAKa APPLICATION FOR he bl< FINAL DiaCHAHO. mob, at the front door of the -
.. Court Ho.... at Bartow Polkounty
4.J fa Rn E.lat. elJusaua Byl Karl W. Sinclair
ane.i.: w0r.;};;;.wwwMMe1a 1 N. NJLIION.: Florida, on the Mtk day -.hlef CivIl Dep"t
Dac..d 'of February, IM4 the same 'being' n S4i
'Nr .....::.. TO ALL WHOM IT WAr CON a legal sales day, at 1:30: p.m.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
which I.I between the I
legal sale
.J1 =?= I .. .Nolle t* ......by given that 1 lour.* of eleven' clock A,M. and THE IN AND TiNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"!! hu. fUd mr final report .. AnIllary two ;clock P.M. of eeld oar, tr* P01.14.. COUNTY
of ttlal -. described of the "LOII'OA.T.
I : Administrator, CTA ollowlng property
I I : i. .. of Julius N. Nelson deceased .efendant JAY HILL, to satisfy ROBERT HOLDER,Plaintiff \.
r 10 -t fit : that I haw filed my petl- Aid oxeoutloa and coeta to-wltt ... \
e.16 1 0.5.ssvaf5wessWwbeha.r..Mw... ,; ." Inn for final 41..h...., and that-4 On. 11(0 Plymouth 4 door LYDIA & ,
will apply to sea Hon. Richard A aedan, ID *PSO-2J701* HOLDER,
Broneon." County Judg of Polk t4le(>44<, IMS tag e J iulc .Defendant. J
Ce.e .
N* S10SJ so 14*
County, lb. day
of March, 15.4."i..Oft.P the Sheriff of Polk County Florida
a .' ame and for final dI'harr. at BYl Earl W. Sinclair NOTICE OF SUIT
Ancillary Administrator CTA ofIh. Chief Civil Deputy
'tI ._t. of Jullua N. Nelaon, d*. 11-11. I I Ult Ignaclo Aldama
: To'J' Juarez, ChlrMexico!
of IM4
Till loth day February ret Mr. J. Levy Durranc thst a suit for divorce' bas brio
/./ ) Tom laON. Rt. 4. Hoc IS filed
I t: TOM AncillaryAdministrator with the Clerk of th. Clrrult
Lakeland Florida r-ourt |n and for Polk Count'
,; 'jI of th. eetate ,of CTA You ar* hereby notified that tb.tollo.lna Florida, .'n."loo by ROBERT
motor vehicle T, HOLDER are herebv
Ksleoabooeaaad /
Julius N. UII Ford Falcon. Model 01,
required to eerve a copy of yourniwer
I-Dr. Sedan. Serial SAOIU-1- rrrrr .... rr t\.n b* sold at public all, at '. upon OLIVER I* aHFhA
1 ..rr.. r..w. NOTICE TO CREOITOna 14.0: A.M. on the t4th day of JR., w.,. mailing addressP i
I : 1Y ,raWw.e IN THB COUNTY JUOQE'S February, 1>44 at Polk Finance O. Box sin. Lakeland' Florid
.. '' mINaMRI COUNT IN ANO FOR Corporation. The proceed of thesail 0" or before the 'th day of March
+ Rw IlaeW FOLK COUNTY, FLORIDA I wm be applied to the payment IM4. and bof..... or Immedlstelrhereafter
IN RK: ESTATE OF .f the coat of retaking. storing [ to fll. wIth the Clerk
BOBBY OibNB LOWERS, end sal. of said motor vehicle and if old Court the original of eaidnewer :
ate ..nnw. .. he cost of publication *f nolle or other written defenses
ROBERT GENE LOWERS, Df sale end then to the eat I. ...- If .n,.
DeceasedT lion of the balanc due under the If yoti .... promnfeuo
All Creditor and Pmoni ,ontrart covering. the financing of < tenBeth agetnitrou
..1'y Having Claims or Demand. Against ,al Id motor vehicle. Any aurplusrill for Inv relief demanded h'the
Said Eatat: b* paid to you and you will I Bill of Complaint.
you and arli of you. an rrby main liable for any balanc. ro.nelnlng WITNESS my hand and .fflri*'
: otlfld t. fll. In duplicate all unpaid under said con seal of offlc. at Bertow. Polk
lalm. and demand which you Irtrt bounty: Florida, this and day "f
i-'i hu. (..In.t the *stat of BOBBY FOLK FINANCE CORPORATIONBy February, 1M4.
GENII: LOWERS aka ROBERT D. A. tloleman n. n SLOAN JB
UFNH: LOWERS deoeeaed, la thofflc Assistant Manager SEAL( ) Clerk of th*
of Richard A Branson P. O. Box into Circuit Court
Couaty Judge, at Ma office la the Lakeland Florida II) : Vivian A. 1'1"1.l' .
Court H.".. at Bartow. Florida, 11..1. ..n
within six calendar month fromanuary "
tt. 1"4. which la the date NOTICE OF AUISeMaN rs AGAINST PROPERTY
r r FOR aTRSET '
''i tC of th* fort publication of this r.eIc INolle M PROVEMENTSamenta
; *. Eacb claim or demand mu.t la hereby given. that lam' hav. .been entered again
b* la writing, must stat the place .11101. and landa adjoining and ann,tlgiions to or bounding or abuttlnth
Isaac o+a la rs..4F of residence and poet office ad noon the following puhllo way: Sou DakMa Avenue, between Artane
d.... of the claimant must bi ".1 and Patterson ..t..... In the City of Lakeland Florida, as prmmlselon
.worn to and must b. filed asaforesaid rlded by Reeolutloo of the City Cc, duly adopted on tt. 4:himent
or else same will become lay of September KM old .... being payable In three an
void. .ual Inetallmenta with Interest payable annually at tr. rat of <
/./ C W. LOWERS, wr cent per annum a* h.r.inafmaLOCK ."". 1110.111',1 forth
=-.==::-.::= .' Administrate. LOT au. FRONT AUUS

: :::=-== :=: T.SM. DIVISION' FT .MENTI
:; __ ._ : It II Plxieiand A: <* 51501
_, "'C'____. 'r_ & NOTICE TO CREDITORS 11* II
.::.:.Je IN Tria COUNTY JUDOS."S R 1OI.lal."d A* al ISSM 541 O'
I fg I COURT IN AND FOR M 11 Dixieland. A* US (Md IU"
; 5 M RE:: KHTATK OP J 11 Dixieland A: M 140* 18411
--.-- LEWIS WORRALL YARNALL, J 11 Dixieland A* d 145 00l SeA H
I Deceased D 11 Dixieland AID < 110.. ..10'
To AH Creditors and Penona He.- It Dixieland A 130.041 5411.It
Q 5 H of 14 Dixieland A.Ad
nc Clams or iMmanda Aial.: 4JU 15115
of free choice. Sail Estate. V) Nof 14 Dixieland Ai dal U II 1015!
is the voice You, and *arh of you, ar hereby Q t Dixieland A Id Shoe SlalI
14 Dixieland
otlfled to fll* In dupllcat all N A 1 5oo 50555
.lalm* and demanda which ...ouh. N 1 Dixieland. A.dA ttll CHI She 75A
av. against the ..,.t. of LEWIS H 14 Dixieland A 141 eo 04C1A

Decisions. Decisions. Decisions. Big ones. Small ones. Which candidate? Which razor? We wonder. We weigh the facts. We choose. I.WORRALL the office TARNAUU of Richard d.A..,_Bran_. H R 14 t Dixieland Dixieland A A. 141 to 0* 154611Ia 54101

Is form of free choice. Working together they make free enterprise son, County Judge, at his office In B 1 of Street Dlxlelend and .All. .AntersacUosj <. n.." 1.5 O'
Advertising Is just one form of free speech. Selective buying Just one he Court Houee at Bartow n..r. 1.51113

work-to the eventual advantage of all. from Ida within January alx Jl:, 1X4.calendar which months I.I the Total"iiiUi' 't: iU

d.'. of th. first publication of thu TO PROPERTY OWNERS: INILS8FB8MBNT8 'CRESTED IN THE FORBOOI a
By exercising his right of free speech through his advertising, the seller can create mass markets for mass.produced goods-bringing the nail*. Each claim or demand mu.l GREETINGS: .
b* la writing, must stat* sea You and each of you ar* hen by notified that the Equallxatloa
luxuries of the few within the means of the millions. By exercising our right of free choice daily,we determine the success or failure of plies of residence and poet office Bo arC will elt at the City Comralsaend. Ion; Chamber In th. City of Lake
add.. of th. claimant mu.t beworn Florid at 10 a* o'elO<'k A M.I on the utk day .f Fehruannplalnta .
products, of business, of public policies. to and moat be filed asaforeaald v44. for th. purpn** of hearing eo with reference to aaseeech .
... m.nlll and each of them, and at .,. b.
or aam will b.o .1djueted time, old aseeaementa will
Decisions. Decisions. Decisions.The free world applauds our ability to make wise decisions in world affairs.The fettered world.marvels. ...* veld '.. and equajtsed, approved. end finally confirmed by the Cltfred
!HARVEY B. PARRIES. ommlaslon of th. City of I plorIda" '

Good at making decisions? Small wonder. We've had plenty of practice. I B.ntley. 11111.... IIlnd....Eiacutor. This M the I.R Stb. day Hhumaa of February, 1844. /'SP R. Harold (lriwrdAYORCOMMIsIONER

I Carr Chile Ulsworth. CITY CLERK
f. O Boa sea /./ J. Jr. sf
........... Florida HATTORNEY: CITY R. MANAGERt
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ttttAL ADVtRTIMMItNTPUBLIO LEDGER Thursday, Feb. H. 1M4 21[
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Os t". ruth day of Janus 1 1HEM $&&

: "' fur = BUT WHAT
I IMflNl 103
tHInS with the fc.d.rai; comu f MOW KUM m A VERY U/IS6 .7 Articles Fir S.Itlt. hnltr.Appliances
u n camireeu HICKOKV Ntrri. I
ration Oflmrnlaelon an application = EUTBQUIWEU* 1 TAWNT A Vw>U< THINK THB Aho MfifcMa

10 awls tilt ll...n... of 1 "= UNDErCTe>NOIr4j HIM I IN TH1 WOO08? UMOCRSWaHD HIM1) THEM FOR HIM I IFINANCIAL sgNOER alWl1 1..D .. -

broadoMt ttlon WWAB. "per.tln It* W. Ty..* 1" o.. El 1.. WE

( Sn 1110 kllooyrlm at i.:n, Minimum 11 Word dawn embroider monogram BU
land,, Florida, to WWAB Inoorpo.The Mlnm! CIt.rll.OS = make. kuwonhole. pay balMO SELL
..tlOd. oeM M monthly
offloere, dlrantor I a S IC :.. TRADE
and .
top* Weeds to.
Dare Dare Das Dae
hold.r. of t>olk Radio. Inr
William ?. Martin *""'. t ILL 9 tldl |140 "eo I G-O-O-D
Martin ,. Tom 'Watmn We 1 ) M 4 10 till LKEND'

of WWAB Incorporated art CLABMniO PACI RATa

Truman A. Morris. Dr. Nlrholin H i 'a.U .... eolume lashCZAeelp't.o
Holmo., Don W. If", ,,... a.rtrua Uaaleum rut . . 'J..' tiP
H. Morrl, Joe.le u. DUPLAT RAT back reekert
Holmee. ; ,1.1
Shawn.. broadoutina Company: ana, (>.30 pee ooluma inch :t-o piece dinette

u.fl" Con rloO' Kate. Vine lUeueH . ."t WARNOCK FURNITURE
10 Boi curing 55ion'nsntlnn
WANT AD DEADLINE matinee. Oil 55

IN TH. CIMCUIT COUNT wntu. > ..na .....n au... .na baric cheet freeeer ., IlleMReg. I Appliance ExchangeMU
OF -- -
TM. TBNTM 4.10 tnt M 4 plum foam OF THB STATi JUDICIAL: OF CIRCUIT Lies pie oicept day Seeds before,'.publlee- I LIVESTOCK : Sue 000ais . . 0100.00 2-2222 Lakeland
FLORIDA pa prred I BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT bedroom .. euoiplrto. Memorial Blvd.
302 E.
IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY > most loa In nut atOm **. 0. .1"
CHANCtRV NO. frnKKTse tore 4:30 p... Frldarl 53 Help Wanted Ferrule"oral .2 Business OppertBRltlesuONO "" emlnitnn, .. *J.ao up
8$ Cots gun
NOTICE OF SUIT CLAsemio DISPLAY 14 Bvlldlng, C.rp.st.rlep 54 Help Wonted, Male Deal, .t ,Good uied TV*.bel. .. ... *4' I 104 Gas, Oil, Feel
WILLIAMSON COMPANY a 11:00 a.m. dip before ,.ubll.. i 6K RiITARY. COMPt.&T1 ,...POD..Ibillt. EfiTABLTillED buelopes05Oct01. 1 lot nalnl value to t7t

Klorld Corporation tioa (eioept Soada"'. pee.rMi ROOPIMa, WIHDOWS. aluminum .. One __ 011100. 005. CARBCR OPPORTUNITY I Itartlncalary Proven money maker BOARDING HOLLY Kennel new . . . tiet gal OAS for .... ,.. heating
Plaintiff, minis be .. our anise Prty ildlng SoOthes, repaln, alteration attic duUea, ....., be goedtvplck i. Ml 00 per pest Free hoepital deal for couple. Writ Bag P Chrli and Ted Van Allen. ti.WMulberry eel dinette .. tllt uaoood ItOPAKS Induetrial .
vg. I .. brtere U:0* SlopS !. M month te .... 11ContraeUn Shorthand .deilrable, but Ai life In.u'..... plus reeculvalcnt. IS. Lakeland Lvdler. SUbway, Phone MU iu.>.and rf tIn. bet.water...Irrl.tlo.. loll Imperl -

ARTHUR C. PATltfORB and All adt mutt loa In the Ledrefotfle O".P.... IniuredPkene net roeulred Write Beg Plat.LakMind i IirnmenS. ............. A.1d 51-40. Iwaertnd 3ROCBRY AND market. Lakeland HOIMWIRE u.. ... 141 50 Op *)o.oai Call_.1... 1111 _.*

ANN A. PATMORE, hi. wir*. before 11'DO am. sat MU 1-1UI. A. Cimmerian. IJde.r.RIQISTERItO high .hool .r.du.te Iv rlclnlty. Oreieed ever HAIR ChUiuahuai. Toy tyle craft paint Hele.llonlee Auburndale
rday tor publication la Mon. MU 4-IOM. P. ..*. NURBS. 40 hour Phone 4el-A.ft$. l 901 and stIll irewlni. .I Terrboni, Plkio.oe, "m..ol.D.O.rlllo lane *took of Plumbing aed'POLY 1.11..
TOl ABTHtfR C. PATMORMntani; Safe Caps,. .. to* M-931 Lekeland lleh! .
ROM RXPAIRS, nalntlni. reefln week 11-41 Salar* IJel pluinuieeie MAHAOBR TRAINER tilt Route : Bhepherda, tropical 105 Jewelry
ANN A. PATMORK. hi. wife The Udter win 'ao' be re* *. block, brick work, driveway!. m 1.4411.COCRTAICWAITEES. alee, ttlto, Sclee trainee. I I COIN Le..odrlo 40 anarlM! mInknean'IaunIipe.Cukrr'l ; FOAM RUBBER
Toil ARTHUR ('. PATMORK iponelble for more lisa *... kitchen cabinet, Florida r* .-. $ wani.d:1: 571 ... Married man with **rand rlere, "o.. Pet Bhop 111 North Ben.ncky OUTLET.We .
and ANN A. PATMORE. end ascii noerreek Ineertloa, free wtlmatea. MU S-30M. Apply des. DtlOOlln' Liuuors. Shoal, ate 11-40 with food I 11,740. John 4. Bnnaan. Reallor MU I-MBI. WS PAy.. dlamandt geld

of you ere hereby notified that a THE UKEIAND iroadwup asS Vas FSo.. ....... eharacter reference, Per lnl..rlew I Ivi C84-410.1. ETTV'S POOOLB 'ho,_ Promlonal Cut It Any Site! eolna old platinum, lllverNeiem'i
LEDGER both PlorWl
Complaint to Porooln a Mortgage A.t loS Mr. Louie. Pkune 133.blol. cell MU .-.... a to 0 P MCXPKR1CNCKD grooming, nude WB PAT PRICES .I., J" -
FOR rent. Pour p"g TP
on tb. followingdescribed prop. TELEPHONE 21 ....fIII.ROOnNQ : TIRt recepperlee RITAUINT, MU 4-4T14. nIt.. laB Kathleen Road Io.... Pot Oood Puraltur ..
arty to..lt: .. Home, IM-HH and Appllancee SOY .. .alacke walehee
Ixlt WOMAN TO tan can of eeml- .... Cork I A.M. to 4 r Mdally. so'
I, Block B, L.ATn am- MU DEPENDABUI Workmaaehlp. boom. Alee platinumend
6-1151 bed .IIIIII-"om.. Live !n'' Ills North Florida Avenue FOR BALE rMlelered sniatslurulineS CALL MU 3-2044 dloa.
SON ESTATES B ,.,...n... Meamnei ail
NO. y bOIse Hi dare per ...k. Do MO '''(l aWANTCDi threimonth poise Le..
TWO, aocordlnir to the rial Lumber company, tot lbt. heueework. 140 Her week MgTAUURaiCAb I old City POLK TRADINGMART LasiS to.o.
thereof ronordad W. Main MU 4-1141. engineer WANTE .I.'Co'.I'PI'
Plat Book
i ins and boned Mre. I. W. 59.41141..
45. P0.. 4 Public R-..... of ANNOUNCEMENTS A.... TYPES reildenUal er eemmerclal CIa,.room lot North MoverS Plant !.and In phoiphat teohnlolau plunk wlUiperlenc. ... 107 Plumbing SupplltiMontgomery
Polk Count, Florida: and .!iso reoli repaired or replaced 1 CIty ration and laboratory drcM-"0' RIDOI."IRI: CHIHUAHUA .ug U.S. Hwy 92 Eat
ore ..
all ga, team. alM-trlo 0-nd dry-
water 01. .1.
MnCo Hoofln and Sbcet Metak '
and other heating\ cooking tn. reieareh and development Ire, Soy los rluhoukua.slam. altOs .k.lo. wIth SIsal. Ward
sloe Went Olive MO I-J113. WHIT
ra. ,
4 List ind 'Iund Dlnct InaulrlM t. Frank M 050, NU 10200.VALHISTIO5 0_. p.051(100,
fricoratloS lighting, LIQUOR LICENSE .n.l. ad
plumbing O
: DO TOO have meld el funcua enyew Murphy Corp. ATT. Weelry MHovuton i. GET A GAS HOT WATER
ventilating. and PO. Bog # ... .. M .I:7.
m..hfn. roof er aidiagr I will remove 11. "' t7 ;
a pnwr .,. .ma. ., ap. POU"D ...01... Ideellip sad chMneal. ForwUmat. OPENING Fiona.. dloy Peklnieee 2i1iiNl'rIt tulrviuilso Cod I lah. HEATER FROM WARDS

Pllanoaa, fliturea and ..ppur.Inoludlniri Pc. for adverue.mnut, PlaOll. by. cal MU 4VB114.probece. PARTS ROOM Movable, Polk County.Package. tered 7 ....old.' MU ..07. two totale. Room 1 ".. Por Have Hot Water When
: portainin to or used ulberry, Ilk I.300n. Payroll Account payable, halos Blih eehoolraduete. .1la I Hotel, t 30 le 0 P.M.KIMMONS .
:m ar: Touni irawlnt com. Advise best cash
or said You Need Itl14Ptr.
on promises, XMT l Livestock
MAU. chasm pare eon- 24 Platter St.cc general office work. Machine pass. with many. epportunttlei. 1 HIDB-A-BKD iota toO
Hot Point Drop.r.. tetatus ho.. and .h..... M ..... Call Stanley Roberta, MU 14111or price. Reply to I Wonder hone dou.tit, Port- InitallatlM
Rang. ModH lOT RP tkC phone boom at City Part Call PLASTERINCI PATCHING Be. bookkeeping experience appointment" IUY YOUR Doses, beef now toe i a-ortb. |10. .. '10. MU 117 N.

Serial PD004H7; Rapid Air III\J ...U,. nenazd.S ...11I..... it.raCns.i soS 'dlttOD'. preferred. Good workIng I lb. out and wrapped Wliole olalf. J.aR.., Kentck
Wall Heater Modal OW-lSt, .. Box F-225 Phone MU 4-nn MU MU
.... oetboatoo. Joit Tel.cn o .
aerial jna.ouk.au /. conditions and fringe 10 Oil' TRAILER AWNINO. e.
Ptrtoiiol Notices MU l..e'8 MA .3 ll.HORHBS"TRAINED.. 'lb 11le: Gladys .
been filed City Employment
agalnet and .1. 8..20.
you you benefit in I
Apply c/o Lakeland
personto Ledger Oreenbreaknl OS Planes Muilcel Intl.ms .
ar required to .rva a coup at 10" DIXIB ... itore. like new, .
your Answer or Pleading to tho IIU'I', mXLU: MM tooUi cuni and BUSINESS SERVICE Mr. Hunt.LAKELAND. PI..ure manneri, reining. t.., Bnlderi Mobile Home BalM.
Complaint on the Plaintiff attorn.y ._tln. *_.. Dial MU (-...1It V2 WEEK'S FEE .te. ,. "' tan-HOt. lellphone ..1.11.Reples.e AKQU upritht. ... -

Rolf. D. IniKgar, lot IrdAvcnu. lop eiuxiate. Culberion Herdwere LEDGER WAREHOUSESERVICE "1.11 rwrM.
North: HI. Petersburg, TRADI"G a-Taupe .nh.n.Ad a'botuhe. 27 Accetmtlng, BeekkeeptngINCOME 90 Poultry & Supplies Ivenue. MU '.31. \

Plot-Ida and fill the original Amw.r SIMian. 10' zaea Limo.oal.onoI. TAX-oookkooplni. You, West Lime Street and WKt.L DRILLtH: ROD MANSURVIY Pole Comclet* with and fork and
or Pleading In the office of : pi.t FOR .. 0-050 oS. OPO. Tradell hEARTIER
hem or my .rfl.... Ne MUIcheri South Mluourl. PLUMBFR SPORTS lit trurk. OfPi. act. telephone 1000 .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court In CHRISTIAN MORglMO home *. Den and evenlngi Sill CAR UnclE F1NANCB TRAINgK aaiwerlnl eervlce I dt- 12 atOne '::3 p rn. 4 Whites NEW

Barlow Polk County Florida, on 10 p.m. Pact accurate eervlceJamei COLLECTION Molt MANY aIred, Ocelient loutian at Bar LOWE
or t .fnr. th. ninth day of Maroh pen.need Cpeelel of attenUoa each tlvea, MU Sothe S Bueh, 111 Si........ SALOn OPKIfTNOd; 1tOo"1III8ATI'IINDANT..IDCHANIO. : low Air Base fo dletrlbutor In Wanted, Livestock, Pets H. watkinS foot b..ltI. li.ht, WI CONTROL
,.... If you fall to do ao, Judgimbi 11353.CLEARANCE. patient MU e",08 : Ditto Polk County or .,. cltrui die.trlrt. 9 i foot ., O CHITR .
dotsuit will $ NEED MONEY $ CIJCRK MANAOKH; TRAINKB TTRPFAIRMAN Cell or nit Fully .tro. 10 dealer TOO .n.o. m.ledpwills
.. WANTED A tew dalryra RIO ann Hint "., and autolaUeally
yifli for iii. rolls? :. n.dn.ct'rICompl.lnt. Un, AU at Dnd,'. F.b- )6 lewnmewert & Service APPLIANCE RK.PA1RMAN :. .rll Little Company, o. kind. Will: par top taUt ,rl... Balanea 434 0 or tt 00 our your your ....-.oSo melody-
clue, 3032 North Florida A 05005Pahrire Pleasant work and hours STOCK BOY DKftlTMANV tan, winter Haven Floridaactively MOtual4111.
RJtPAlRa ON all ..... 1.0"0. Power! Dairy. MU ,.0Ia. 'onl p.OI.DI. becm.a full ahord-han. merun ,
DONE and OrtDKRKD: at Fur.tow notlenl reduced up to >>. DI.HWAIIHIR. .
.... to suit household RERV man oIl the very Post.1.K.
cop and iDafl .D.ID" pool your KNIINURB UBINaii tu'
Florida, Uil 6tb day of Feb.niary ALt CARNCOU iraduetee B SItAR
n Boats Motors
maSon ID r..lr. Gable Ant.slmtfia In..1 D.rUolp.1 Supplies
iNC four tekelend shasta for funand loa SortS PlarlGa AvaPhO.n schedule representingAVON. In stron. .. MERCHANDISE TRB MANY ..ull atolls sown

D H BI/1AW. JR.CtARK fellow.hlp. New reildenu M'O 2-5101, Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg or dutrlbutln b..I. Sos IJt. ..1."
OK THK ylUHINd BOATS. 10110Idleboarda uP.
'1011I. Call .3.1371 or tim lade City. .
(SEAL) CIRCUIT COVHT e.n .r .rl" P.O. 30. 1143.E.Slaud Bicycles ... eanoai, sailboats
9 M.torcyc.
37 Mattress
Polk County, 1..Wltllll 1 Call 6824137or PORSALE: 1..lbrr TV sod As.plttnco. .Idleblkll, outboardl. trailera.Ooivelloi 303 S, Florid. Ave gM-eUt

Florida. 55 Saleswoman All oquipmnnt. TRIUMPH AND Yamaha laid K''D .I', Winter _. Cone Friday BvenlntiBIAUTirUL
NArrRIilY: RCNOVATI21I3: 1.do
IOia'up Cover Shea, O4Mtait lui Wdlern Union loud .
los 88J-MS2
By Vivian A. PurvU pei'nine. Ave Matinnea Corn.OpvP .n. and eerflee. 1.rl. taruni. 5P1N plenoo.
Road. (..-.0'.. Dra- builneu UealUi .I.. i
Deputy Clerk ......., ............d.. slip ..,or., Phone" MTT '..n41, Write P.O. Box 1395 IALKSU1RL MUST be expert.need lin.. ....... Mulberry. modeli, sports tare 01 FOOT Chrli Craft, twin III, 171 coneolei, $ itudloa,
Rolfs I). D".rA AIIOI8I. ...r..'.... ...... 505.nb Lakeland In celling, reading patterns 41nl481.PARVNSH)0HIP. Ut. lock. Lakiland Cycle Co., ,,11. '. hr.uordnr. trade, slIp uprithti tlTB cam
Itorn.., for Plaintiff .... rode and ID..II.U. 111.1. 49 Wells- Pump. and celling piece good Belli 'WOOS "''0'10. .n.t8. Meilmc. P O. Boi 4, A..bura irawn'l, 104 South PlerMa.

tot frd A venue North rede el ......,.. te eheon from. 'ebrlcl. 1111 South Florid Al*. 1M .m.i bu.ID_ lele. WO 1'3 USED UPRIOHT BarialnMobil
III\J '''41'. fur ..1.. (lund ".. trail. 01"
HU Petersburg, Florida.USII AUTo INBURANCB had an ... LET MONTOOMBRY Ward. drill capital. MU 1-8747.11 9 Antiques .1KB NEW 19 tl"rl. tlihlnt It.D', Hem MU *

.dent eo laiuranret Bl.htonUie roer will and Initall your watermum. MA & oat, 1141, Call i
te Call MOMt. Dp to M ...th* t* per City Employment 56 Seleimtn ORNtRAL UNI dPeonotive and Ul.iD
pay run-a-pout
NOTICE: or .HI..I'..'. SAlE Phone UU lHIOlEMPLOYMENT. 6\ Mortgage ". Bou.M sod pelt IIPORTIAP UPROH Pl.n. G
.DIQu' too 1-1110.
PAL'* BeAUTY Chop la new Ibor.l.bollm. on..lbl. .0n .
SALBBMAN Th. Jul05 Park
Under and by virtue of .. so.Sostion WANTED: for home Ch. .
lacuod out of and undei pen. In Medulla Oardeu Illslunk Yi WEEK'S FEE'01C9WI'ARTRN. delivery, ape ".110 Commliilon sty, BUILD. cell, refinance FH< tOo.23i3. "or .ot. MU 31470.1i'i'ril ,
Plain oh... Ill Goods
Garden Drive Sporting
the anal. of tb. Circuit Court of dine company benefits, hoepltalluUcn and VA merleuw. Pint Mothpap.
Polk Btat of Florida.under poe and. coo, 41.ao. OU ehampo iron lIla, accident ant Corp of Florida' aOl S. pier- Chevrolet
County.date of May *S, ml. whereIn : and eet. (171. Haircut, *1.10 S3 Hile WantgJ Fem.l. : BTENO ROOK. health Apply Bordra Dairy 44 Ida Ave., ..t 4-3137. 97 ArtIcles For SoleMficAUCTION on a tood flberilM boat and ... us UIVKHA twin tank anus lune.

IMPERIAL M1MBKR (.'0., rmanente l> M end up. PBOM KEEPER MeDICAL RBCBPTION.I3T Lake Wire Dvi.. bass It. Phone MU 0-lOSt. .1 .on..n' raierve, Beit .. oil.tioo. ..
eoa..ee4. Open *.OO-400. ... TYPIST ACXTT CLKKK AVAILBLINORTAO' 000D 'a U. UD OUst. ,. AlsO flni .arbaete. .
INC, 1* Plaintiff LOV.KTT WAI'l'ltXiiuWANl'aO.: : 91 to 1'H1I1. aAIdD8..1t1t 10 make. pull. wllpurokaee irm "I
d/b/a l trRDa. DRY. 3t. 711 Welt Memorial ""'''.'d.aAUCllLAD'I' ainu LAUNDRY tuornoNUEM.WORKRR.1.105lee.MANY CURB. on b u.to.na firms I. L.Solaodact "eod morieaaM Alo on va- .nl..d. we ,.,... Wurblnotradei 103 Furniture t Appliance Phone 4>9-t>10.
WALL I. defendunt, 1 hav levied 7 TronspartotlonANTBD WANTED for better OTHER lurreundlng"territorVr Mia rant and Improved property, Com ... .0''I.d A..lr.1. 1.11
upon end will offer for .. and d...i chop. Experienced peilinudrm.en be clean but Isis toed car earning pInS FHA and 'Conveatlonamorttate < .'-37. TV Completely ... 112 Wanted Mlic.llone.i
will. to the Mght and beet bidder WOMAN driver te ".. and ............. Bxeellentirtunlty. from cope to ".000 per ...... Lakeland, Mort- T. O. N. built end suaran tout 13101 aadup

for .each, at the front door of the YrS elderly couple all eipe Permanent _It.... Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. month For appointment Ml-laoo .>.. Corp 10 S. 1'.D....* Are- SALE I Free In.tlllltlan. Aba,. CAIN! FOR you pu" ..
Court Nouns at Bartow Folk plu. 483-3074 1Ed.'d. Mae, 110 Baet Mata, nu' e Lakeland beit buys In n.. or MU I.U'7.

County, Florida, on the 16th day SALESMENOR Saturday, 7:30: p.m. ned TV at Nile Day TV. 1310luburndele
of February 164 the **m. bring HORTICULTURE Fver Hoed. Open till I 0
a legal ..,.. day, at 1:10: P.M., 1 BAXLA'S .. m. MU 11171.RBPRIOIRATORS.. AUTOMOTIVE

which I* between the Irgel aali SALES TRAINEES : W A S B IR Sheatera ,

hour of eleven. oVlock A.... and When You Need A Nitlona eompeny wnJ teach I 1 Fertilizer, Feed, S.I AUCILRIE air conditioner!. eta, Al 116 AutomobIles for Sole
said the
two o'clock P.M. of day, non to earn more than coos a T. Au.lo. maka repaired. Prompt eiperAC
following described property of thedefendant. mouth within 30 dane with I.. aROUND PlAT 01"'.. Pst .nd w. COP I Set for YO" ... See ui for good scud a*.
a IMS CHEVY: U, air conditioned
.' '. II' W.Ihon. .
H. L. I.ovett to eatlafy ,alee eviry month for the tint cult .. .. I.acatcd 5. Mats 8 pliancei y.ur r.il,lntor andllorp.
aid .soutlog and .....t. to-wlt rear Bxperleneed .. Eat 0'11. 10. .U '.IO 3 dialer Nltl 0., TV-Ac automatic tranemliilon, r a d Is
men .
aver .1 heater, tinted Hue. 11.480. Call
Truck ID
lltO Chevrolet ,
On. nilaarus 1130 lcd
1700 per month excellent risen. A.'ur.do. ,
LKAN H08PW.- KD buy, tradet eee.IU
4TOC144A-10I01I, TO 4711I4. PIRNI'RIt. NU 1tlTIBADCOCK'S
# beneflte and exceptional retiretot of t
lass land end dirt for fill petS street
net tag #lMiK-tl9l plan MIHM9I. .157 MORCURT Montso7. Al
E le 1-3011 North Wibaih Aienue.
One 1960 Bulck 4 door, ID J#50. No experience. ._...". The W* lIve Top Vain. po..r, L..d wIth ..1... .
I00r i., TO 614726.. leN> tq BUSINESS SERVICEUSE unit. requirement* are Must nun TOP QUALY PSonola and Ar MU ''81.

..w.to.n be wniloi to work, enter talklni .otln. .ba hon trolll ." o.m.: Ar. Bavltg ThilrSEMIANNUAL W. 'INANC. Your spodIb isloud.
(lno losS Ford Trurk ID #rt JHttMit with people, awn ear and be Skisleaponttshshtleackwruhsut lleldi. .1.... MU 1.1414, HOW OOOFY ein we net' Wilarpet Is. .. 540 dowa, luuehlaoUod
wall Bl .. lo
from II
TO #1021384, Itll tai "
OOOD BAHIA bey Plneit bom I Carp. 88e.88'.
*&CV-1 17 of town. Expeaeel advanred whlltralnlnc. bedding, loo Ten mile Ol:I DuPont nylon loll preuunrs I
One 1><1 Ford Truck TI> # Retardleee of what type Polk City bt.. H.|.tl. yard. Scatter run In standard TRADE-IN CLERC 1UH3 FALCON. 4 a fleer.caeh $00
F10SH ue9t1. TC JKHI71II, work you bane dump. II yo elm.adoveolale 0(1 to you; take up payment JInleonNohis
INS tag #ftOIl.'" are not nappy, otis your preeenpoeiuon RABBIT PERTILIZER, Oood tofloweri :r dtmrosIuue Including roundc soS. 41S Donald Street,

One lOb Chevrolet Trurk III OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER 01 carBiuta, you should and cardeD '0 to Ib 00.10. Rul .dllnl don. In en.ID.n IIPTOOSIS SHOWROOM CONDITION ue7
La.oS MU piar.. Pnbrlu obarano.aI.
11'8118."u.nltur. Sole opportunity. 3.10. TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ..
B67A-1012(1, # In..I"t Ck.orolnb .I'r.' h..d. Wit
Till V.m Roy O. 0 utlOoetlO. Pry n.rd. bl.k FOB YOUR OU BEDROOM sr0050 treSs. ... itreoi
and offloa equipmentof Circle Hotel, Room I bl"OD 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants plaids.nd white at .. .t at Soy, wove mill DP TO .. MU ..3Ie. 11 .
I and a p .
Ix>vett Furniture CompenyWellboard P. O. Beg a. e .rll red. S lssavioes to fit you 'ADIt.11 AL.WANC. itll VOLVO four epeed Orals.mle.ln
1397 Winter
and other material FurRltwre P..1 COLD. HARDY. t. crocus.mrlvot .I bud..' sod worm a rid* out FOR JIV11 R"UP twin carburetor, ted..
anti lupplle of Standard p." h.do pIautt, Ito" nl.h' 0. C. .letnllton Fibrin. ".. TO 150 brat.. R..oil.st condition. SII

wall INCOMe TAX .Souktmples. liRIDSI .... fUrDlI..ra ..t_. Work Wanted U to deaen, delivered. MU 3-3U' Dad City Hiihwiy, 1 "10 mile 'AOI.I. ALLOWANCE 3'.4, I'U eulb Lincoln

Large 1't Inventory nay be pusistht, II......... ........ Ad.dinplie ....h.,.. ?iszottttre. rhoDa 153.LAMPS. 5 AZ"LlA4 i, North of Intuntet*_4. OLD APPUANCIOP 17 BUICK Centurr hardtop,
.. Bherlff Office lul
aookt"O..1. S 0 1 V I 0 S. ..,1. 1103 MODEL .01" nroi.rr. fit.. TO 110 power, excellent eondltloa. .
upon regueeu Boom 20J..04 Vanity Pair Ar. TRACTOR WORK canted Mo. ireen. Oweni Muriery, 411 I ALLOWANCE .ft
ton purl sue as "or.rll 'AD\.I. or trade for MU
too sod .....IDIII.nt.Qui. "orl .. 1 no 180 oldo ear I.aao
MONROF! PRANNKNPheriff ...., A..O Lamp Repaln diIID' I. Drl... rR OLD DINI.SEE or MU '-
of Putt County, .. ... ... fey (to. s.ti. .7e0.i.
J mali,, L Pewero MU : C1.OTIIIIOI.1N5 tOSIt. treatleduced. THE SENSATIONAL two dour 100
Florida.EARL. Ante Repairs emPLACEMeNT ebade. F' 13 73 Feeds, Fruits, Vsg'fbleiELP .. h
B and 1" eoPiplelelwelded ,
W. nlKCLAJHEChief Lamp part and repair. Imperial lit.. hn C ..... ALTCRINO: KIPPERS roplirMSiweevlnt VALUS .teU .aa.. C'I IV
with I t
Civil DeputyPSI7 etudins.I5OeenutA ... : "- nwlnt all klndi Mn. 4" .ro..rlll att. p
GENERATORS STARTERS reIn.baler. Orl. Ave.Meving .tX ) SERVICE fruit Hand. Discontinued floor salnoleePsotory
took ISO
Alo pair
.. natnesi ,0WDd.. .dl.toro nue MD41H = Norfolk. circle: .hloo.d. 000 ... d... 'l ... .. 1(19 MASH .tsU lewss 00. 1191
repaired:-foreign'domeitle.. Motore WA8HINO.' PA1NTINO. ln..lo.ulrlo. eaturdsn. et'0 i.ti- Plurlds; 1100'oo, Watford v.. v Manufacturing ro. ..! I, -' i iota Plymouth two door .
A : .. 4100, Phone MP 9-0719.
NOTICE TO #1 DIItILrUIL tuned Suet ""'o..d little Storage work f'o 005loll.i5rs. 110 ...U, ..
OIL DEAlERS ehep In town It yeeri Lakeland. ahlu prl.. MO I...IIJ, MU EXCHANGE OK combine your I .DWN 0. 1'1. II LINCOLN. Very pew-
?Nolle given that natd Oon.I..'" 9909: South Florida 3.Jel. Mr. Tun" ORAPIFIIUIT. pt.a.apO,149 trading clamps, receive glltiunder I .. .I. o
le hereby ILLIED VAN LBoeturbernov .000cesn'I. .... tlO DOWN deliver any and air .ndiloo.d. |7IIII
.. 0 .4 .DU.n.
bid. will b. reoalved by the ... .eo,. ing eervlce. Vernal Warebeuie "- WOULD LIKE darnenter ..rk .I' .ooo.r..... 002.0041.PUliURNlTUit5. p.rouD.1nol. DOWN d.ityvrSso, bedroom Plymouth ?. I
Hoard of County Commlneloncr. ot RICHARD'S SPEEDOMCBervlca. Tramfer, In*., A...." MU and ..10101. ..on.bl. "I I' .lr DOWN deliver! any dlnett trallht siloS 1200. MU 9-0070
Pout Count. Florida up In I 10 Complete repair andeervlre ..ee n 2.a. QUALITY THEE ripe .I\.. fruIt : Commun. Oak Avenue, Kathleen
o'clock A. M. on Tueadey, February 110 Highland. Street Picked dally special .. W. Ion table.chain thr.s Unhuislur.d I ... Thci Special ValuelW.S.BADCOCKCORP.
WB DO trartor work, P05.duos 1 lOll FORD Falcon. Automatic
Immedl Organs-Planes dl.olu.mown. .hlp. C.i 6U"0 HI.ln' pulpit oholr rill, llihoH .t
15, lIdS, to be opened .a-oJ". .. iaud'oaoitl. h. .a Ir.'llloD. radio, heater lady
MU .
.1.1, thereafter and publicly read "orl
DB puma ,macsen the ees Reusoaable. Iso-Intl or000013l. lii.knar OS. ca,. EaceUlat condition
for furnl hln #1 Dleecl Fuel In for pour .moos hr bniseine' n.r YAMAHA 0117401, sal.e..urvios.Hisksit OMII-IT HOUBEHOI.D turn MU '.7." after ..
hulk to County yarda located at cuatity .od ilibilii. .
IMO PalmsCorset
_uU> to Oeoriee Service Center 74 Trees A..t.n. WILL,
: Fruit .IU. and
CAKPKNTIR cork. Bulck
Mulberry. Lakeland Frostproof, ovotiablo. 155.3711. 1041 South OINIRAi Helihti Male more and Wirehonii "a. 11.
Ano forrepalri.
ills North Florida e 3.3 OI..I.nd MIne Sash .11.5 'I. .
... tupsir stat
Katon ParkInwood rioridu A..nll' .
Port Made, Hartow, The latent In eleeUronleequipment rooln. 3105. nooknodu. Mulberry PluridsMulkerrr .
.71. .
Oil lob toe Ian. .JOI snoadwor. .n4
Winter Haven Voodoo. le wed In dturmlnln lon. LIQU1DA'NO. ru" .1. irevo'tnm.Iio orIon ..t .... Store HourilS ril.
Maine. City and Lake W.h,.. Th. me e.ee, trouble. Tau alu ... Picture Primes !."' el"'Oln. .8..a7. 00 rol cOntcu .CL1MB1NO I m, to I p m dally, ....1. Bltw '19 MERCURY Monterey Ilk.0lO. .
period of time covered T9I.UCb sot* valuable .*H Oreen Stamp. eeJz4v; TRAINED CAIM adluiter de- loed Ueee, 19 ... .. _. SPURS, 110. Ch.rkorISon. unlll POn's Air conditioned, ..... radio

bide; ere.ll I b* for the year but ielaliosstne you bon.11. PICTUKB FRAMES: : Beautiful PO.ltoD In.lul .r Ii ... 10. .RII..r. Ml All D., Wlnood. heater, all whit. Tak ..

All bide ehall be submitted on tuerentetd work. Cab ..... frame. and _.Idln.. Cuilom andr.adnem.d..Oalm.ArlBtop. ,... 76 Landscaping Yard. ...... ., .". Oil .t...Ill 15 Over .0 aeuerlsto 'I" ID' P05-loll,
the basIs of the following 'pacification 32a, f oransit Olnlmont today It,. Ass 41. Excellent beelttt. and "
.. Kdter, ta. Work 17 ThUBderblrd Re-
and Inetructlon.IN1TRUCTION a 07 Orleanc Street, MTI 1-1804. berkiround leebone.Will. .r...,.. 111. A benn. ,'I tikelind Aiioclat Its. iPC. hardtop with elanoorlhlou.
SOD CO. .bln.
TO BIOO'I Avis Seat C"tnLINUS ij: RFKP elderly people In my lADY MU I-B287. 414 EMtjOck Streel : 111 "... Florida Ave. 1401 Carlora Drive /0
For the purpoee'of thee bide al Plumbing Repair home. MU '01.TUDSN1. Oredlnt oreieeeDlikini Plintlug if "Bldcock Will Trust Toe Tredewlndi Duvoioommt.ci .
Use from which the county lee.empt AUTO.., Coven. Com- ii.hT. RI.b'1
stall b EXCLUDED: from ... ... MALE, deelrei p..t FREE ESTIMATES MFRCURY four door,
pious automotlv Interior P L PLUMBINO. Emen .UYIR: tabs 0' .'
5110. Ifurnie T.n".r and natlo, full
ouch hid. Dutiable Tax RoomptiunCortlfirat '.. .e.. MaIn Phone MU ivmoO '....1... Day er mint. 'Work turinteed > 1m. btt..pln., I.IloD.. '''.ao III Ollmore "U -.1. lee Coopasr. .111)5 W. Mum 0tr.,. ., TRAN."SRRI.brn ... omIt parmenl power. 1111 equipment.WOol ,-
.. will he furnIshed ...
PbB .118. or .leekdiyi. vIal Wntlnihouie ringe, I tone 0r..t.111CHIVIOLPIY.
no veraur fl omitted taxee.Bidder 1,1I.ln. 502.1701 71 Tree Surgery Il.d. nd carts Never : Soot No 1
will ba required to ub- WHITE LADY deetrus I uosnk.e. I down payment .. I fop' I .lndor.
unIt bM In each of two waV. .. B N E H AL CONSTRUCTION' Plumbing Supplies Ill or dar.0 ,' NI10J.. aRVI P51119W. olon.d ...t, AUCTIONFriday 417 69 pr month. C.I Al 9-0141 I IWIiJ automatS. tr..ml..I"n
1. All .l Dlauil Fuel bid. shall cabinet. h.awr. T.t. up ..,.nle.
Cuitom doisrod. .
Room addition \.pl.uld. tlmm. d.mo. OOD : four
be submitted on ManufacturerI.randed '- Interior .._loP decertlngFrench a. B. MORRIS Do-It VcureelfPtumbtu I. .r R port500.d .: LI..o. .1m. .. MUleS Nltes Only .. I l d'. 01.50. Call e..I8..
#1 tIrade on th. bade ot and modern paaellngRoofing and ElMtrlcal: luppUei. cartop ... 1 ,..... Linutbounukoonlne 5oI.od. : VRRCKKD COHVgTTB. tlOO
delivered tank wanon price at the and lldlng Free eelt10etee Free Information and delleerr, tf RuSs. 7:30: TOtS DOWN payment been .' wreM..d
data of blddlnalee... a fixed ale Ee y payment Call "43800 tool rental, pipe cut and thread .0.... MU .-... tot.rrl., We buy P.M madi on a niw Hot Point fro.t,' 'ke'.on.lr., 0. drl.
count to b. allowed pe, gallon off Pin crafteman. Local eon ed.. 14 boats ......*. M-M1. COLORED OIRL would day INSTRUCTION er .I 0'I free 1.0. ,'rl..r.l. ..idle Stool'S. *g3-&uol
4. 4414, Ijikelend Jlke .rro. ,
said tank wacon price. The Clerkof : rloOtor. Licenced and besded.CARPSNIYR. JIMMY WALKER'S a.ln. pay
.or. Call MU '
03& menta of an t] per manUl, PboeoMU '
will be notified. Immediately
th. Board DI.oOCK ..d brink Printing WANT CARPENTERINO 14 Schools AUCTION CENTER
of ao1'rhaoge In tank work and l-lel. 1 1962
..n..aI I
wagon price of #1 t>le..l Fuethat oont' Free Florida..lIm.TOODSI..., lot? t.lCOO vs.nslr FOR ALL your prlotlm need* calntlng, at a very reaeoneblprice P'LOftIOA'S and mostmuSIcs 3205 U. B. I But ,bo"OoLnxsphIb. lllctrl HEALY
No Job too email eel.
during the periodof LAR8T range, ueed ill montbi Coe
occur AUSTI
may call MU '-'- Oommerelal Freee p 'iVf 55PI. L.b'and80ul
tk.euiitrertwnr 4. CorpttlngCAHPKT ... Letterhead. Uthogrepbln, nB.WiL b. .nool. WtsTllOldOUeS SF005. Pour price UJI II, will ..II 1100. at*.'
Colleie, PlniCompletely .t.
t. All #1 Dleeel Fuel bid shell .n.r..tn. XII ehUdren at my borne remodeled I. eondl kureor au". SlI. .a..vu 511cr3l.AT ..1.. I

b. eubml.ted on M.nuf.Unre- EXPERT ...li.to'OaItinau.ltatisn. one 111 week ample parklnt' MU .-. I MAHOGANY UHOPLEAP .I.n. Radio, beater low mlleete, A-l
Hranri.d #1 Orad. on the baste M.tIIer' PildattlId.ph0050.2li Redloter Sirvice for I.... Penoed yard winii. 100d. .el .11 P.n Arnorlc55 kore ,Ion tall Oasd.tOsl's I,.. Shoe .
Firm Net Price gallon Uellvered 053.1000. P000th onl. :Our ft. condition. Price Call M9OOM
<< S per PPtlL THil 001DI.t 01. 1."I.n shape.fUlO7S I condition. Phone Illtoilmire 1,0.
for the year It" ANY TYpa r..I.Io, ....1_ C un-.o. Sill I atlor fur "'mH alter S p.m.II .
Prompt *.rvlc. I.es.oo tint to cleaning, reooMng, rekulldtntFeddf l.D LIK5.bo.k."n.. work Bot. and tool Included Pay Mwarn. .m.. W. .? .1.." sod ...on.dltlonld .
therefore. the Boarddeserve. Concrete Hadlawy Service, MO44U1. 11liAi1Wi ii .dayPsw 8'J.teR. roll Conurl Colonial Beauty us.dnofrll orators lAd -
the contract. DEDOTO tour door, y..
wiiEno ), Croiley, OS
the right to chaiIa: the ....,..- b.b .Itl. la your School.. Lakeland Ill lull Florida MU Ave- BETTER DgFD i sod Frltldilrel.W"nhou.on" Power lUerlnt, radio, b.t... new
blddxr In sass ouneatl.factory uconero COCCRATI RADIATOR LEAKSt RecorlD. nom. .r "100 ni' Pon. a.163 FURNITURE *
award to other I.buildisse .I.ld. lU Elertrlc C.. white wall tlrei, clean. .
.ld..I. IJt each : MUla.71. :
dellverle or In cape ", .. lbviswae. Ode 00...... 9901 Boatn 2.1.0.WILL. lOaNING: REAL eetete 000 I APPLIANCES a.l..
the product kid on doe not roe.t '''0'. ..,..to. .ur. Cellos Mud, Florida 10 year In Lakeland.Reaeonable XERP: : I. III' komedarn. Forming for proepectlve lelehni.. ANTIQUES turn 0. Weekday and REAL BAROAIN. 'M Cadillac, alp

the pclfloatlun called for la U>4> brtdo'l K. B. Morrie euSole.Lstviiei't Moil _bl.... PurSe Puau.d.hld. larpe stan and broken. For full Inlormetloa 30" Electric Stove-Double Or ,idlUened, p Sws,000.rlSbrekee
.... .. CLEANIRI .bull" automatic, radio, heaterilean. .
bid. en. .12 .2.400'Swimming $55-bOon. phone Bert Rodgira. Real HoOrip.yaior-Autumatle VACUUM no.ooditlonpd
The Board reeervea th* nut to I 0" "loD" 'or.. Out'ZIll. Electric Dryer (all Ouaran now. .1... parts.Ira. JIO. MV 1-1401 MU
tnak contract award for each Individual Fences Peels -Thin Line Admiral TV ( ..iI.ld 005iu. Clnv.Isud 14014.
County Yard location oany I'kl.CL Cunetaeo, 100. FINANCIAL .lds.A.Sd--Oeid Club H.I.nl III.d. ..1 ...11.IlIO' .57 RAMIILSR W..D. flood on.IUon. .
combination of location ath WUTIJAL PooLe CLEANED. repaired Walnut Dtnlnt Hoom found Urea. $310. .
fit. Ther.fnr..11 loomS ,.Ie... no doss payment pal a led. .n_"'..., euppllee.eaulpment. Suite-Cherry Dropleaf TaIls MU .
Board sees aubmltted apeclftially puaOas000d. W. .u.t ho uendsf- WAH. T02 lass ...... 62 Business Opportunitlti Walnut Dropleaf libla-Uaho*' LI.tnw room luoludinoMid.Vlotortno 1.
hide will b* sold Lektland Industry MO f- trnlur. 'Se Anoioao I..
MUnmi' sos Bedroom aoitu.-asv.rui Nle I"BL dO.N.
for each location. .118 F'''' ..tlm.... ." carved r000iol mcdi.lisp. .
Tre Board reMrvea the right ta CHOICE BUS1NBBS and Innome Snot C/'r..r..I-Rt. cola and malahliw .. 9 ..,. IMS. Phone MU .-..
reject any or all bld. Ine.me Ta I Uphelsterlng I "oorl. Mel Rudy, LMA. Colel'on Inlv.- vet ilde chilri. I ._ i ilablei .t50 .I.POR
Salt Water lyre taBidroom CALl by owner, beautlfuMO
Control Maintenanca B, Memorial 1 code* -
At the Arthropod ,.AOOIn"l' UPRCILtI'B1t1NO uvo.moats till Rol 181. -- A-l Typewriter Ueiki sod hi.. Mt Including door hardtop Imperial
Shop, Baton Perk, the furnishat enpoiler INCOME TAX ,... aI.. ...... ..... .,...... .... .1 .10' [ maor ....".1.. tee anmeroui M double dreeier end 11pm bloD. Completely tw loaded wIlls all op.tree .
will b* required to PnmU.aSos.nkkuoand IXCIN BU81NlII odour. "n.nbiu Hidden Tu. In aheit and I night Hindi Ineludla air. *ondltloa .
SlitO gallon Storage 1 $S and up '011'..,. Phone '''-'''0. $04I5ITICAI.e b.lg THRtS Collector'! Itemi. 'd..o Leaving for ..I.Dt. _
Tank :..tllh.p ; plu too gallo Holllnnworth "BoedVenitlon tul but n....". te Buy Now-Ne Dw......0' MU '.1
Htoreg Tanks with locking typo 11 & R Block Co. ..011010.. . .1 .Molr, Ills .. 'Ia I I 1.20.

rep at Permanent Sanitary Land AM. to IP M.sat. Blinds eU"01. Open Mon. thru 117 Autemeblles Wauled
fill .It... Storage Tanks at adletrlct Weekday t WSJ BUY TRADB
...... te a .OI AND ball builneei a aa
yard are owned by AMD horuontai ... two bedroom '0"' NOTHING
County.For 106 West Walnut St ......t..t..d. Ropetred, cleaned, Pius.4 room bo.... plue belt ..hoo"colod THE SPINNING WHEELDXIELAND 'ANTID cIAI ear, -1 M 'N
th* sake of uniformity abide 688-1958 1 rwflllehed Ale automobile veoe* I. A.b..rDd.I. IftO' RELIEVE[V[ Model C.I -.1a.

to b* _oldo..d ehall be lubmltted Phone las kllnda. Air-Lite. MU S-9717. lrl. 05 Sri'dI.rs A.... act PAY CASH for .1.t.O 'rhlck o.

only on the bid forms to 10' on Eikar ..., kniioreoi .. us '..rs.d.n'. .....1. 01105.5 SaIl
I* furnished by the County. Thee Co..r. Income coos our 1025 B '.UI MU WI".
.urod' from tho month euarleri. Poll Free Perkln In Rear
form may b* ..
LIKE[ o W5PAY Oil up for Junk
Com Orion 417600no,too down, bal .
office of the Board of County I pick' up Tonkel sod.
.rtow. ence vraoied See R C. Llli I .r J.
mlealonere. P. o. Box '0. B THE[ il. Inc. 1533157FIND
Florida and Intact ,. .ubmltt.4 I. WISH TO BE LISTED S U ana., DI.. Realty. tal .
duplicate. All bid mint tie en IF Mam pion. MU -.JJ.
addreeted to .. .. .. .I. WO ,..., .
cloaed In an envelope -
the Board, .."....1, ...1... and \...- -

plainly marked on tr. outside "Bl

on. M.#1 February Dleeel Fuel Ii. ,1054.CPIOCIFICAT1ONS I:SO. .'clockA. I In tUi prtfltalU business ..CIOSIIIICILLONI a home of your own! See THIRSTY PRESSURE[ IT fAST

1. Cetan Rating 4* Minimum Dial MU 6.1151 today's Ca.ifle"Homesfor
t. Sulfur Cont.ntl.iO I

% Maximum BICYCLE? Sale" NOW for out for some mouthwatering of a tight budget through
.. APT Gravity li/il furniture In the Want Ado! Home

4. Ability to keep carbon reel ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDLAKELAND of Tere ar In .d.. To tell lost
bucketfuls Ca..ifl car, or dog
due* at a mlnlmtim. bargains b.inel
L values.
the time! And standing
Ordered In open icaalon en fannary No'a M Classified I Turn back to thing you're through ads fill
6-1151 is the number .
tt, WILMER W4. MCCV'rCIIONsigned "Household Goods" nol I with dial MU 8-1131 to your needs. Look in the
(.Igned) call for a Classified ad.
Chairman LEDGER place an ad. da.sifle section now I
( ) V H.LOAN. JR. wrlter.


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AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE 129 Furalihtd Apartments" US Room For Kort 139 Unfernlihtd H.w.*s 144 AcrMgt, lets for Sol .

I 117 Automobile Wanted 121 Mobile Horns NOW TWO bodroom .uP.... Furilibad CORium BEDROOM Baar biu and TWO BEDROOM: onaret IlI00D. ACRB bam iltee ketwaeaUtkelaad 'I
PENDARVIS vnluralabad, Skin, ro..rliaralor MOTM, oantiamaa prrfarrad, 'Ilk atoM and rutrliarauir MO ODd Baric mitt. "rr.
i i AB 114 a (I...1. ear 0' "Ioku", ar. Walar auppllad. M7.DO .- w. Matvolia, MU 14C1I.CLOHB .101 month. Ml North. '....Dt. PhonoMJ4BOI. 11,10", Uraa. kid Rod. Owner.
is or older call (M-oi l, WUd P....... Adult M-oi4 DOWNTOWN: taraa roomPrlratt 1517 $Memorial .. .allY pay
Bill Howard ONCE AGAIN OARAOI APARVMONT: 0001 oDd antranoa. II ._. SUBouta -iii IIIIDIWO": ... bath, Nmw0CN
WANTED. OLD lurk ..... .r par 01..... C05050iwO Sol20Ndo loos04.5. Now York OH940HStEEPIMO 15110 part 440. W'- Cllolo, A010E5 1IIr" Ilia
.?..fl. for 0.h. P."I plckull.C.II N/a1 Di.ldud 1004 0.118 La. PorD. 'JO Moul YOIoooIO bat*. Bwdera ....,011I. Borne
I Blaek'a, W>-Mil. .. alter Ukilaai'i flaeit aeleool _hood. Coil MU a.u.ON. : ROOM lor... bualnoaaiu 600.400.TWO .lib eJeeirte _.. Head lorttnmediat
"' >. Pint floor, prI. anu-anca ..... aaoo *....
"0. 0006 aioMI none*. Imperial ,
00030011. wall .Iw.04 Os prlTat Nth 11* Bowl Ml.M month For more ratonaelion .
121 Meklle Horns" Mobil Homo Bale* kip: .Uo", 0015 d.nttd, air 305dllloo. Three baoroom boaie, lakatrontMO tall lorry MardU CY 4-1 lit
Norm Wabaaa,A.eoue. .. 00. Illook 'toIIt .oO.0. 136 Rooms With Boor 0.0018. John .Brannan, 12d or Dan wiaMre CT -l4JJ. WIn
Wool Main matt Mft4101.TBREC
881 55.8: 1A.lo..o.THIUI lr Hevea.for .

MONTEREY DELMAR1 ;. ROOM .or... aosrtNwLOw BOARD WITH lunebai to aoTiliTitloa BEDROOM 110..'. PIEle- TWO 1.Q1'0 _131' WOO
Wonted. Rwlk1Nb. 1200. 11.0-on. Nom MaaaooaMa, fu land IV* block Inns pott .",.. .
122 Mobile Hvmts" 0.M for tarp or Os tllD. $2200
MIRAMAR MARK 131 South 'Ton_... MO 44CLOBB 0. Bait Oak Btrait. 1094 Soul Taoo_. MU .-..,.. 110..... 565.0.00.CAPE .

VAGABOND 600.phOD. IN lowar front aparlmant Two BEDROOMS: mar boo Una.
200 Tampa I9A-M11,, Wrllo( for ooupla at loo par month. Ill UnfwTBlih l Apart. ReaaoBabla Br ._ or monUi.
BfOSILB Roan INSiniAHCB ,. ..
Jim Oaaa BIN Cut Braadwar,. Alia uppar rar aparlmaat, 140 111 Norm rorlnar *
Tamp Call MU 1-1306. UNCOLN' COURT Apartaanta 3711. HOMESITE

DEE'S WILL TRADI aaultv IB nodera. TWO BEDROOM, II''''. room Lakaland'l howl for aolorad pwpla. TWO BEDROOM CB bouaa. Micaitiihborhvod. '
well located home la Lakeland for kltehan, bath upilalra. alactrlolti North Lincoln and Waal 'nil Biota and rafriarauir Par Bir aoultr and amima Val
CLEAN CARS IN STOCK MOBILE HOMES at* model mobile gome 41' or 'U""...... 730 eoula MlMlHlppI..MO 14314. lur.I....... tarn roomaHOUBB 00.. BxoaUant locatloB. Behad
o.... MO J-1003. MU I4J07.ATTRACTIVBLr. FIVE UOOMB, alian. Confanlantocauan 88..J8" Wad tor _"I.tio. Mar '$.
HI H. Webae MO e-l>l DHOORATEDAvallabia Idaal for ratlrad prr.osor FOB rant sits IVe so..

1 FROM $99 to $4995 124 Tracks, Trailers. March t. Contra boot,I ooupla, Van raaaonabia. Pb.. farm land. Old Tampa Road ITMO 686-1278
TRAILER BAUB renUli. Ituurnoa air aonduionlni. Miar LoIr.HolllolI.orlla 1t82..01, S-7SOO.
.. atoraaa, part* auppllee. In-
I'm FORD Tan trurk. Be* atam and Bouthiat BRAND NEW soar 000.0.wh444. .,
.u.od.. bonded and 1 Net' Tamp al.h..,, Mark'aTraaini 004111". Thla la tba Dleaat two 3 BEDROOM CB. IV battiabuutla .
aniportere. Jaok'a, 4710 Mewampa .. _. .. apartmant In Lakaland rania and ov... Vanolaan LAKEFRONTACREAGE
Pwt.FOR 34330. roOm .arXminta, -
"WE HAVE A CAR FOR YOU"Every BUBway. MO 11034.LITTLE i BALB':: 1MB Chevrolet Plokup 01.00E utllltl.0 lnolud.d ........ aomt Oak loon, air. aoadiuonad, built .bHULAMB Biadeta. 1100 math or
.. yearly
BEAVER travel trailer trurk. Rum -. I1M Pb.nMD ._1'. Park .0I..... Ma-4011. ID torn and ovaa* daub rRAM 0 bedroom, I*
11' to IT Coetello'l Trent Trail- Itoban. Tou'U find n0.. anlca >
..., Hu.ndal.11,4. Winter HerDWNIR 4teM.I cbwiaa Bnrdw, phone MU batni. Bouvb oil Arlanaa. 170moofe.
1.0. 813..881._ I' CHIVROLrr pick up, kip 130 f.ralihid Bens 3..12., Approx. 20 acre on like
of these' .Id!. 10,000 m.... 11150 JobS
null TWO BIWROO" duple 10 D ni.Isod. HOWARD GILLETTE near Lakeland at $2500
II' .tJ" BnalUh. .88.1581 after 30 .... .. ,
1 INI 10' Iteeal lot NICE THREE badroom nomi, .1. daoaral d 171 a
y'y I fine cars is 51 Poe .t..... Gordon' Mobil :00 LIMO \10 too Pill 05 1 toot load naiibborhood Ula .bath, month. lAoII" ,Owns MO a-4341 8441101 I .11'LMLAPho.0 acre.
Nt Park 601.9300. ,pod.. Can MV 24300. '_hobl'. ... too _000.bl. MU I7M4.LAKB MI1
4/ pl I .... downitaln ...tm.olt. U-7007. MODERN THREE bedroom homo, S acres lakefront North of
i priced to Ill 001X0 8130 two OV.RaKA'_. .00.01. 10'010'.1.. 12$ Butts FURNISHED HOUSE two bad- Ch.k. MORTON Elantrla .araa....,. Baar ralrlaarator Roil- ......... Crretel Late. PbanaBarter town. $8500. Terms
11200" ... .. Call ani Ma-laM or H-1H.
I&D. 011 .IDOO. roomy oa Bout Vlnmla. MO *- Duo-motm baavar aararaadporch.
26833.PURHIIIH.D. ICKU'RCK BUs for ..I'. Eaorllrotondttlw 0133. Wain tuba ... Pbona 1:10: WBMT Mannolla 150. dew :
64 ....._. .. R. M. MARLER
63 COMET Coups, IIPARTAN tralkiron 110' oooh, Pb000 000- NICELY FURN1BHED: : Two larai -311.buPlJCX. two M. Daaa ea10 -
V ..b..... 0000 bu. J.0.. 2017 ar (11-1374 befora I 00 p m. room. and bath-cotu... MU 4017 thraa room. and *. Cvmtr.il and Bunder IB.ilra .
/ 4-Spsod. William., taka Deer Tiallar rarkfflnUr *. Boa 131 Baat Olaaadartraat balk Mod..., 10 ..,.., lot ant door, .21 Wait Mac- I & SON
'62 FALCON future H.r... I* RENTALS Baat Lamoa ........ Talapbona 0011.. LM1.A-loolbr.

"6" ltd. TWO BEDROOM Ro,..." Trail. DUPLEX" FURNISHED Baar bow 001.0105.YODKRN. THUll BmROO"C1. S3a00er 1401.. Mull M1J 114051 I
MONZA Cpe. Or with avnlcu and ....... Lot pltal. Too badrooma, adulta. Ill CIt ....,1... t"l1 lied.roo. I.a 005001 'lnet '71. Call '
II '60 ENGLISH Ford 2Dr. 10, H."". Dot Trailer P..... Rt.so 129 Furnished Apartments" Eait' Goon Btraat Coil aCtar I .... $153 pas1014 Rout )0.o.Dodd. IIIU "1813.
'! M Auburadala, Florida. M1-I3H MI9374.DHLUXB TWO .IIDKOON: bou.. SOP 2108
62 CORVAIR 700"Cp. < H"il- TRAUJCR with carport and rHREB ROOMS and bath, furnlabad INO Lo'OD 505P3. "U 1.411. ,.
I FURNUHEO COTTAaB Uiroaroomi TWO roo. with aan-
Coupe -4 speed, radio, heater. .. Auto trans. nand room vlllitr loom law Twa uppar, ona 10...* 141 bith. aarparl, adulta. Ma tral host and air aoBdlUonlna, Two BEDROOM (rarao homo
I '62 CORVAIR Mania tferlorlo Btreet W.... (100.kovlew and la*. MP *-394. ..... 17M Hollr.BIX built IB DO" sad tania ralru hardwood. lloora. Mil Rant Paaohtna EAGER TO GO
FOR SAW or hod. 111I1 Pala.traU. FURNISHED OR unfurnlihad pro ROOM larnlahad kouw. Cloaato ,.10.. Walkln dUtanea toaehooU Blraat. Tomnr Wr4h1.LOV12.Y .
Cp..4........ II', all fr.hh.4. .UI *kt* bath '0"0." 127.00 to aollata, ISO par ninth PboaaMU and _plo.. Tba IIOMt.partmant I : nomee.. ..a badraoroaeoftdltlonlnf .

$2195 '61 CHEV. Wagon "6." I > Street. Phooo eRfl"8H, too 00._MTJ nonthlr.14441MOTEL Manea'a. ._ApartBianta .38811._MU 3.tallO. month. 119 IB Waat Lakaland.Carob 1100."_par. ate ....U.DI aet.hborhonU. .
.. ne-llZo. Clark Baallr.I
TWO BBDROOM sir 005diU050d. Call I. B, Babal MO .- .. w :
Sid. hops FOR SALE : APARTMENTS ana and .0..lmU. locnid, en Root MU IMWDELUXE. eono
1.0 roomi Unana, utllllln furilihad. -
'62 IMPALA Convsrt. '.10* Mark mobile home Aleethree Dltla MotaL 400 Maw Plum Btfiat. Call MU 1-7111. BOUTHBIDB homea three bed.I
? Tamp Hlthwar.ATTRACTIVELY. MODERN DUPLEX. Twa .d. room., t.. battia, eantral air. See the "Builnesi Oppor
tea air conditioner. CowlUa0d5nd
Sore $475 Off List 5S EDSEL 2Dr. H'top. to Mlohtoaa. PURNI8HED 1 room. lurnlihad ar nlurnlihad SOUTH SIDE fincad, 'lna 001..80.04004. Clark 1 tunities" ads In today's
kltaban. AIM imall, aloan aoou.dOU.
62 IMPALA 2-Door ..id I badroom apartmanta, Lo- Iwtrla APARTMENT
WILL SACRIFICEFOR houiatrallar, .:It. Wiahln prlvlima. paper for the best buys.
Hardtop, air QUICK SALE MU iud 33007.DI0IRAOLI 401 .Bouth Florida. Pbona RafaraaoM, Hl-ai40 or ", Blrait. ant badroom apart 140 Wanted. T* Hint Mlie.

< '62 CHEV II Nova 4-Dr. Contact aue-D-K Mobile Park : SOUTHBIOE apart..i.nt d8:1-6101.: mat All roo... I..... Oak lloora, 145 Bvilnm
... lakelandCLAIIIFIKD UNFURNISHED OR furnlahadUiroa lota of aloaat apa a. Claaa. 071Driva WANTED' : UHPURNIBHED aleaa PropertyTAMPA
Tampa Hllbwar ,
for onlr aiwlr don
man .
63 BEL AIR ( amall family and do..
4-Door, il. badroom booty Call br 111 Lanoi and phonoMO homo or
orated don to Mora, bow MU
e Ot V .1280. low.COTTAOB. 1-1334 or MU .-.110.. Near Winter Bo.... Call *M1173 HIOHWAT 110 E 1Ownar '.
/., air Ukaland. want pffar. JobS Braa
'60 CHEV. Impala I DISPLAY. UPPER: TWO bntroomi, llvlni. aria rood, ahada TWO tram rooma. tardaniuhini bath, nan Foal: 124 Waat Man Bt.RCStDINTlAL .
klkbs0.10th cadar aloutaNaar
l '= 4-Ooor, V/.. room atom. bua. Adulta. 'll-' 747. aduJta. Ho totinat. ,MU 139 Uaforalthtd Houses REAL ESTATE COMMERCIAL,
1.l1i '''78d. Industrial 10'". .11et aU vow Mol
f '61 FORD 2-Door, Std 1 BACHELOR APARTMENT.: Claaaoantnl POUR BEDROOM four batha.faahlonabla Rudr Realtor, 1M1 B. MamorlalBird.

trans, "6" fabulousTRUE furnlihid.location, prlnava all uuiltlai parklai oDdhoot Ill For Rent, Miscellaneous location. IM1,' moot ClaralandHiXhla LakiHolllntaworth. 143 Mobile Home" lot INDUSTRIAL. l-4107.. TRACT adjoin

'63 IMPALA 4-Door 1 u. B2-I901. Blvd. 112oOII71.. Nlihu Kraft Foodi approilaiatalr" 1Acra '
59CHEVROLETS i ONO BIDROOM.: llvlm room din. CO N N. RCIAL RESIDENTIAL and watk-anda phono Wlntar HaM31M1 BEAUTIFUL: LAROB. Ihadr lot Rlihwar, Railroad. MO.000John .

Hardtop, elr. ma room Blona, kllchan AparUninU, bath AdullaClark 141. urnlihid Mai Rudy or Raaltor.Bnfuralihid 1117 Eaat rantala M.m0rial VN Iwll.u.PARTLY for Tank trailar, .oa.....Lobs aId alaatrla."D". Onow Ph. t. .UDO.. Raaltor, lla-

'57 PLYMOUTH 2-Door OOullt .uo..... BI... M4-410T ........... ALBO furnlibad I and, M3-4BJ7. 4103.
a I badnom. Mol Rudy Raaltar8J7
Hardtop NICE' DUPLEX near aoDna, alactrlo J Baat Mimorlal Blvd. titONPURNlaHKD TRAILER OWNERS: You'll solo 146 Forts, Grins, Ranch
1 ...., llvlni on pours.5 lot la L Ill-
kltohaB lurol"' '' 113 Mobil. Homes dlO1.
63 IMPALA Down To Trailer
Sedan, 1033 wood Bitatai. Too
Bait Cumbirland BtraatBI2064.
I DUPLEX I bad- block ...., of Laka Parketlunila 00 40 ACRB anta-4 to f nonoid
V/., Auto bona XEAN MODERN luralahad. bo....- room., aarport 1 block aeboola.Oouthiata Btraat 1&... lot, pa.aditraet +oil valancla. 1130 plaaappntraaa.
I '62 CORVAIR CL08. DOWNTOWN: Too ro.mt, ...11.... oou..$. Oood llvlniidltloni. '80. till Carolina reitrlotad, andararound Onlr ..0._, aood tormaNiar .
700"4Dr. EarthPRICES u.IIIUH Odd. ",t... Nth 01400oNk. TJtllltlaa luraUbadBua. iM-4071 or 655-0000. itlllUei. Follow .1..... ... Edward "brlni' Oontaet LaRoSllkatt ?

2 Doors 4 Doors Auto trans. I 223 .south P.rmnwt N1w' York tNsot.. e8ao4Oa8. Adullo, .. Ill IH11,10 _kl.. MlB17. TWO BEDROOMS, kltohlB alnni. or IM-II7I...., Jr. Realtor 011-1134 ., phona, Dick'I oabrini Malt BV Branch a4337Rout Of.fio ..

from '62 PONTIAC Bonn. : THREE ROOM apartment, alaotrlcaat. TWO BEDROOM trallir, full bath, Phono. larta J-72U llvlnc and or .tnitr.......room. 121waihln 1, Son 114.OROVB .

vllle, Cps., air. IBO month, Watar fur. ,ulat Bolahborhood, llahta and Oi.snd.n 144 Acreage, Lots For Sale BARGAIN. t 10 acraimaitlr ,
I iinad. CIO Rut MHBolla Ptaona oraniaa I to raara old
watar furnlabad. 1601 North Florda. ..
62 MERCURY Meteor, W* csnn** rill )II.I !. NUd01l.. IM-1011. oaaohlna bide.", _Uoo., LAKELAND: RIOHLANDB ROhlr with North rood ot Lakilaad.boom, iood Call location.MaloolmThomaa

2-Door, "stick." .W0 or* out t* load BUlat Balkhbarhood, cllruitrial reildcntlal homailtaa on prlraki* oranlati. IM-7KM .01*
$695 '61 VALIANT 4Door. I sill con and Hi* 134 Mobil Horns UHLAKB "U ,1-0150.urdin bua 170. Pbona I.... CUT, ..,... .Call Roaaahlum. Burt Rodaira R altor, M41711.ndltlon. .
h Realtor IlltoilPIVB ..... ..
snip way te eis n ACRII 01044 O.OD. .
Auto. trans. trralght h.ne/t CUT VACANCY BONNY' Pour Btar Moblll THREE BEDROOM: with ..._1.eo LURK tract., lit down 12.IIIOO.b. '.D..l_ sod .........1.. I. 5004 4

59 FORD Guano 2. I prlcaa sod fair I Homo Park Haw I....' lola laLakaland month 7 North Coot Brown MaaaathuMtta.MU (-1911P1VB 171. Memorial. Mel Blvd Rude. MTJ Realtor 44107OIB8ON 1617B Call MO O-41M. .

Doer Hardtop, k. tradoi. W'DU1..4I- TIME. alaotrla.. Rob. waUr and drr.and Municipal aiwar, BOOM, all alaelxle. Ron PARR Attractitliw .. lab, for Id10 altrua.ACRK Too obcorod food ...sod....Id.od...., .
W car to fit and ralrKarator ,","Iob... Oood .. .
motor laa but linai. Black to loll Lo. wooded el tea with on bard top. Two walla. BardaaCountr ,
auto. trans I eat. Coma In anal niw Orova Park Shopplni CanMr. .' location OB Porn Road. 04month newer and ...., la. Oood tarmaNBC MU 1.1537.FROSTPROOF.
'62 CHEVY Nova 400. look w14l.i. Oood laka fuhlnt Sad boat- Pirmanint ......... CI2P1V Land Oompanr, *I1- 06I.CHOICE .
: eve r cur
BmaU ..... North to2d.
In. 1140 Crratal
rent with Classified Ads. ,
BUILDING elta 1101
e Std. tr ns. i. aaloctlon of e..d Room house Laka Drlva. MU t7473.3IXIB > ROOM houaa. Watar (urn 141', directly behind JBBO CI...- I
B '62 Ford Gflaxlo 4-Dr. "". apartment, MOBILE Part 410 Haw shod Oood location. Sirs Comohoou lend Helfhta Blvd. Cot MU S-
.ViV"ftVf-1: ... store Want Ads bring rampa HI.b.,. Laiaa try lotaMunicipal Oa Mlnaola Dot... Mil MO 1-3670.
> $& OF,
< $ 30 Aorat HI Duncan Biaturadi -
Hardtop. 63 RAMBLER you tenants fast. Dial MU natira. .... tala- MU 33417.BEAUTIFUL LAND BUT-1010 ...... annl-I Ml VaJ, maturadi 34
'62 OLDS F-15 I Cl._ 4-Ooar Waaan.ftaha ,00' 81-2872. TttHC bidroam, cleared pine land. 110 per acre Val.. roun Prlao IO7.IOO. M*
.II..4o 6-1151. .AKaa LOTS .1D0I1 ..,k. Esdof ill aondltlonad, b....... Lo.... 1340 acre eattle ranch, lanced and 1 Don, aioillanl tarma oa balaaca I .
V II, auto. tram. matahlna Intarlar.' Au. 1A..1.0d. 0014 111140 ........ iltehaa dlihwaihar. ...4u.I croee ford Corral and loadlniohutae. Call .11m Po.. WI.b T. RTNto.
57 ttrfrsst.Mu Phoo MU ._a.. loora patio. Lota of .10..... '110. .0' per ..... SO ..r.. .I,.. R.albr ....U11.
CHEV. Convertible I OLASIIPIID. DISPLAY'SS 110 Sparrow DNa.THR0I onlr IUOO. 11500 down. 100 .....,
V//. Aute. tram ,- $2195; : BaDROO": hoow. dal.ONI.4 80 heaa ol ......, only lao.000
62CHEVY 1-- MOBILE LIVINGAT 15051 ....b. Two or 01.u..hildrw 3,000 *cree, tour moo from Cr0. -
sewer steering OLDS _."..... Wator lu.ol..od. .- .... Oardeai, U B. hlabwafrontaie.
'63 CHEVROLET I ITS BEST Knunt .1&1toa Rood only 170 per ..... Bee
62 PONTIAC Wagon, .... 4-Door .ot"... S aylInder hllpar N.4.96 0.LIko Will. MU 1..387.MAKE B. O. Realty Lell or, 1011 R. L.Baal OardnerDlok'i ...1... YOUR NOMEENTERTAINMENT

9 Pats, air. ""11III automatla. IrenemiMlan. -, $594'SS Whr not lion I.k01' four itar parkon Phone MU "-133. 1
radla heater
a lovalr Ona that hai
61 IMPALA Con. L..I ..... kaeal CH.VROLET flna
ana oily trpi iiwin drlnklniwalar. DUNCAN RItIOH'T8. GkdsodSisblsod.
II 51nw 14 ton 00051.. No... dlrlct powar mil MORE
.. eompanr ono kin. hard lO.d
virtibl, V/', aIr. .. $2095 .r. lop minimum alrctrleaf bllUalonf 1510 .Id... blobly r.ld.ouoI $0..
need not be expell.lve.Check .
I. $545 with all tha fun Up rn- .
63 IMPALA Con. ... laoirillaa. Tbaaa thlnit add Classified ads to 110O. .8e-123.
.... M Unit Selection at >ALU FIVE ACHE sub and dry twa the Classified section
virtibl., S.S., air I 61 VALIANT COOT BROWN Or 1''hR'I1r..loWLL *. your sales staff. Dial MU hard in used
:ofL.S.:1i bedroom modera houaa for good buys
t north of tta pilla,.
5 To Choose From '63 CHEVY II 300 4- 60wr Statlan Waoon.tomatia .. 6-1151 for an ad-writer road DODd Irritation fencedlandicapid ,
I tranradio .m.. Cor. i Truck "4 Biar Rt. 81 oa MOH- ,_ TV and Stereo sets.
.1. heater.s l 1& Plant City
n 701 T30N.
Door, auto trans. 0". ....or.I. /. today. 753-1150,

'61 OLDS F-8S 4-Door ....
$1295 -
y/', Std. 61 RAMBLER
Cleaila 4 Dr. I Crl. /
'63 FALCON Sprint I ..... 5 Meet. ......,
Ar c.... Laeel ana have
V/', aute. trans, """ I II

radio and heater. I $1395

n '63 IMPALA Hardtop 4-Door Dome, air I Special I : : 1. staying awake too-

., ,. '63 CHEVY
s B ,n C II Nova, ... .. '59 BUICK i I

"Super Sport," air I., Convertible ('lee-

'63 FALCON 2Dr. H'top white era{ ,ill red leather. ielld I A when buy

'62 IMPALA BucKet ...t., you your
Hardtop. I automatic ,.. I Y
'61 CHEVROLET Impala heater Bower. anal I

STATIONWAGONS" '62 Convertible.CORVAIR "700" I $1199 I used car fromLakeland

4-Dr, eute. trans. 60 FALCON 5

59 FORD Calaxle 2. I d :a'0.r, Sbndord II

Door, "6", stick. w tr..ml..I.. 1045{.....On..*".'wn-""
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'H 59 BUICK Wagon, I $895'
57 CHRYSLER Hardtop, d'D":5 BUICK II
Many Models to Choose From i H.Nki. L.
I power. ....... Full Nww. au. "quiet and comfortable
s 1 ......... hNwMwe.r.0. so -
59 FORD Wagon V/.. .. Arot 8.4wah. .1I i
From Auto LNai SM ..0.n.w the whole in for
trans. I bring family a
60 PONTIAC Catalina, $1095

895 Wagon, air. I '60 PONTIAC test ride and you'll see what we
64 MONZA Coupe. Starehlef "..dlo. .. "
++ 0_. Autamatia. ... mean -
speed, RAH. .ia heater, y.0..r I SPECIAL
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i. 5'62 ._1"., aower ..,.k_
IMPALA Convert.
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..,,.,w,,, t ,a. '62 BEL AIR 4-Door .... tTn'ir asp 1

V/.. Aute trens., I $1495 1955 THUNDERBIRD '61 FORD Galaxle 4-Door. Power steering, 1395

'' Ly power steering '62 RAMBLER ...1.1I brakes. Air conditioned . . .

'63 I Amerlc.n 4--.. L. Ford 0 Motic
IMPALA 4-Door "or. hoe I 61 FORD Ranch Wagon. ,

Hardtop, elr. MIWI.loll.' ONLY Convertible $ radio heater 1295

'63 OLDS F-85 V/.. $1095 . 149561 D:5: Squire. Loaded.Ona : : : :

Auto trans, air. eaflvartkla.58, PONTIAC. RN .64 ....1 : $1895
FORD 2-Door 6", .",t.. roll
I NT.tI. t..pawns".......,551.... '60 FALCON Station Wagon.
Std. trans, heater. ....,. aN h./w, ....I 995
'63 IMPALA 4-Door .... $695i '63 FALCON. Deluxe Club Bus. $1995 Air conditioned . . . . .

Hardtop V/.. I I II Real clean . . '60 FORD Sedan. Ford-0-Motic, $795

Power steering. See '63 THUNDERBIRD. Executives car. '7 '7 '7 radio and heater . . . ,

!!MM I i I 5 '62 COMET WAGON, I Okee LindangronI 8,400 actual miles Loaded . SAVE e '60 DODGE Station Wagon.

rote trens, 4-door Paul I II '63 FORD Fairlana 500 Sport Hardtop $2495 Power and air conditioned . . $1295

radii. t hllter.I I V-8, power steering, Ford-0-Matie ,
: '63 I II '60 RAMBLER Custom 4-Door
62 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan. 250 HPengine. 895
V/., eute. hoof *1695 Sedan . . . . . . .
I Naylor Power, air I conditioned .
62 BEL AIR 4-D.er '62 PONTIAC Bonneyille 4-Door 59 FORD 2-Door Sedan. .$645

"6", ante uses Hard$2445 V-8 standard transmission . .
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top. Loaded l. . . .
I. '62 '59 CHEVROLET Biscayne V-8,
Coupe, 3 speed., ... FORDCountrySadanAirconditioned.$2395 $795
Powerglide, clean . . . . .
radio t heater. I 1041 MAIN I SL
'61 CADILLAC Convert. u0. !:. mu /+044N.w '62 THUNDERBIRD. Loaded and $QQO 58 FORD Foirlone V-8 Hardtop Coupe. $545

'62 FORD CALAXII I c... 0.u : i I ready to go . . . . . jbOVO Crui01.O-Matlc, radio and heater .

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'63 BELAIR CPE, ..t.. I Special 'otc1
trans, radle, IO 0M.mbw Note :
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'61 T-BIrd Hardtop, air. : O.N e.. G1 Small Trvcki LIII' Track
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147 lucerne III Homes For Sal.! REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE
Property 15. Noels For Sale 1S1 rlmtf Fr Salt 151 rU.ii f., S.!. 151 ....... fer Salt 153 Htuitt fer $al. 1
'l"H1Ut& BI Mr ..r..' lPr4. ..Imlllin. II.0< I. ofl.... ..lei.. bomb N a dumdOrton BT OW"..., thro bedroom CB LAROB PRAMB bone In KaUlle COUNTRY 110.... Medulla Wood 133 H.ni.. fer Sole 153 "..... Far Sal.
Blue 700 a .nUl. ale 9120 furol"001 ar uoto.,1.td. air conditioned, eenUel boot, .n. .p..lm./ .... two ....., 40 fr....., redeorated,. two bed..
property and owner e. SJSjfa.! Woodbine. f'::"116'1 oltnu treat. Make otreri Call M. room, Florida room, aero od Shoo DOWN _.... PHA KittOparmtnu TONES BEDROOM: bolus wltkcarport.
Shri,14. MO ...10. UN'II--aAL. Hoar 0011... Two $ 3554. NEW HOMES! $3,500Here's land .los. U.... '..'110. Put Owner leaTlncI01 SLIM. Smith do** ptjmmt,
DBLDXB OOTH8IDB bedrooms. OS..ln. "prod CetM,. POR SALT reel with Ro.'. Owner, .......110. Butan Drive Tivhono ..a-OB 7.CAMPHOR .
Two betroena 0.. floor.4ui ii>lra... In tome 1..1-1113. 001.ese .., 8 m.OOUTR0fl3I Punmb.d 0: Vefuolehed :I 1 and 4 bedroom concrete COVHTRT KOMI two _, NEW IfrmB bedroom CB ihaditree '
room*. Mr tonal Uenea. Frit* for MCW. Trod. tour bedroom H* bat... Mew loao- NO DOWN PAYMENT a bargain for someone three bedroom,, two bath (BOO *. "" '.1'"' 101. Me eltr, taie. HEIGHTS
-. or laMtnnt, terma M, eimllr. Thr** bedroom that block bulldlni leaoed ..... Air block and brick hornet: lye I Completely and attractively down Old Folk Cltr Road, MO ".,.0. a* elo4ln oot. lOll
.lo lne 00.... MU '''331. will tali twin bids. Walklat ...- oondltloner. Cmtal Lak Pros and 2 baths. Some with air idol. Woodland Drl... Owner, eed-JTM I 2 BEDROOM AND
..... ahonpuie and .... ...? Call 'anrllm. 1(01 Moose DMTBB07 *.. oa row MALL furnished dollhouse Ii i ROOM
Kbool, aorow atrott from "UI 056- conditioning. 3 locations to Ideal for the small or retired FLORIDA
TRAILER Coot Junior Nub Wott WlDdaar FOR PAW or rent two bedroom BRICK HOMES choose from-near Winston IDEAL GIFT FOR YOUR $10,000
PARK family. Handy to atom
street on Soul* Lincoln *_ ,CB. "... toed location, coed deal 4 BEDROOM $1001
ono. Own Bundar atternooa, it.a for "u,... Reaennable rent noOoldea School near Southwest church, bus and in quiet Convenient wi eahool alarvroitDdaad '
II ,,_. all e mpi.t d, taiuar by "Inla.n" "- "" Rule OrWe Soul Per schools and Southgate: also Ye, four bedroom two VALENTINE!! ehopplni. Thl I* S ,nod, S
eeUHie .
I 1910. residential its steal
Motel Ir.n... in. 011.3151.TWR15 ifonnatlon, eall eno-eoiT $56.36 area a bedroom homo with alr- ondl.uoned .
aludea. Press. enlr $5000 Sunshine Acres In South bath iouthilde where kids
down ....... n mtDKOOMB t* bulb. for the money! CLARK i/wcir: 4 BH. 110118. I7o.room plorlda room. Lari ntillty
Power < ulna Call Jin Florida room air oondltlonod, Per mealbSmall east Lakeland. For a Salesman walk to Southwest schools. complete! (arpeted. S car room and ale a lull 5tou..rlo0tor .
win T. R. Twker. Jr'. eneed v.rd. Heal ......,. In REALTY 93] North Mass., S RNV77.BWEBTHKARr itorx and '''''''''P. *lit%
$9,8001! V-A. aorc
Hwltor. MO Only coral
{-7173. to show then
0.r. dwlrabl _,,_ Cad MTJ SEE US down varment en our lot*. 688-4031. lut *ff Lak mortM and balanc worked tut.CaU .
1-4011 .r atur I p..., M3-w Mani modaii BOW under eorSWaWp call HolUMiwerUt. 1 BR IM betht. to ee* _.aoa.

TWO BEDROOM home lor ule. BEFORE YOU BUY LUXURY SOUTH!! Pie, room oeotral beat A/O.
Tops In A Builder! Cull (...10. Ita e-ttl. iro ( 1l".3. KEN HARRIS
-.. Large, near- new modem LOVABtr' rob BR IHatha
Tops In Location! "LAKELAND'S IMPERIALCONSTRUCT MEL RUDY Real Country Estate three bedroom Flu, ." bout Rooltor 00,000,01 LULL.
1 multi-bath
LoW DOWN permut .... CB ennwned : 1101 S. Pl0rldi An.
Tops In A Duplex! .3021.....room.Nom.well. 113.174.Oo. ........ Mrs BUSIEST LMLA REALTOR la fell comfortable 3 bedroom. Florida room with filtered WKLUBUILT" T rm, CB 00.1301Emphasis
Brut ON CO. Ilk .Beth bam with lam horn, 4 I... BR S bath, Tor.
tin CB tpuiktoi mm. ..., ..r, ettrae. JAHOAIN'I'NEW, thN room BUILDER MORTGAGE BROKER ereeaed penh, carport and .ltriutreoe pool and many other extras. rum floor., I aore. RWM1.UNATTACHED" .
each dd. Lore a bedroom. on CB. Carport, UHtr.. built-in b..uor OUr (1(00 dowa and ...- Near Southwest shopping 1 I... BR. oak
tUX bath drop. Olio both, luulaud, awnlniwlndowa SPACIOUS BLOCK: BOMBB' 411 ... PI. An. 1327 E. Memorial Blvd. or wm hold balance lor 10 rear nooro. eparat* OR. beautiful tot.SouUuld .
All la Ian Mtrl*rom reoie.with air eendiuonln. furred ...... dlunond 1110 ... ft UTUX. ana pliu ear Ut-llll M-I43( dial (86-4107 any time ....11...' bur It u* alto.roe and schools RO-10M. *, 4 ....... BN-76(.
oak nape ... .
dust Mlllni pamd .1....., no pott sad *
Double btoek Iron eafeort tb.ud vtiim. I llr turn (..100. 131 .....1... AIM BO107T.PHONE I Informality
IWO s0. U. Term arranged.Oollw*. Onr Cell ilo* two bedroom CB. Lam Plor. NO DOWN PAYMENT MEL RUDYLMLA JOHN J. BRENNAN

Bart Tr.n...., vim T. R. Tucker.'Ida''"rob'room.'. Idiot Seer MhooU.."rom.atorat., boxo.il.ooo. and. $46.74 FOR SALE Omer B. Maphls MU 8-2454 REALTOR 118.... LULL ... 0004103A Special oharm and liability/ lathe
Jr. Bealtor, MU 1,116.. I 711 ............ Bore homes BRAND NEW Larry Heath MU 2-8500 M 0'Rom.. 1& Ru. Cs.Q I.... paneled Famllr room,
,n .$, .... "0.... T....... dlwount per month n ,our M I BY OWNER AND I OFFICE 6824147 MORTGAGE BROKER ....... patio end oonmnatlonla
lor (lath. In oq..",. wm aoopt BUILDERBRAND llvlnt room. 1 bedroom
1S27 E. Memorial Blvd.
I Pirelli. bat or heel 0' Ior.d.. LOW ( I is wilMlluated for lie. a*
..., NEW
Phoei .nu.m 010.1731 BATHS CENTRAL Ala AND HAUGER REALTY dial 688-4107 any time a don If pr.orrad1.13 battu.Th .
I harm. eol.... o. o Iota 141... DUB TO olreum.tsn.0., w1u oiUthr.o ON OUR LOT HKAT. ALL THIS FOR ONLY Near Beuthtal la ClmlandHelihU Poll lumlehed fI.. room and rard I* oak ahadwl and
n.. .IIP.D' .IUt an- Prom bdroorn, ti bore, Peal. (140000 OR YOOFt TfOtMBROUTRSIDB : beautiful tree. Oak Realtor LULL bath horn. located 1021 MnlU print*. Located (u.l oil LakoHolllniiworth.
"Dt.o1. lent een4lhoe ca hOIll re BI.b. MODELS OPEN! AND NOT A PKOJ. loora, air conditioned, *.11.. IK B. Or.... at. ........ Hire, hlih lot with" oltruitreei RO-1034.
(land NUM. rot .$11100. Call .g FOR INSPECTION ICY UOUSB. RHWt.BBALTOH h" Two brae _........, nor.da ,".top at th* she of Hi* Owl". Toll price sell (4.3M.RO10M. .
TED TOWSON 14100. room but and b. A beme LOOKING FOR A A. S. MORROW
.....11or NICE I'VIINIMOI CALL INACYNITMU for IOm_. who wanta Mi* best
bedroom PAYNE
CB toil re.painted DON W. .
MB B.ilM lIT 1. pl.. A... Uulde and out I.... II*. S.401. Hid priced below. nlu. Term Realtor* LMLA
. rot room. Jut efl Norm Florida.Conrenlent Joe P. Bridges Pith n* clo>ln. eoet. located at 6 ROOM HOUSE REAL VALUE? R.allar LULL 20* S. To_ Ph. MQ .0157cLAs11naD
Mtf l-(4(>
114 K -nrw"od. H. L Weodard. 07M Beet Main
141 Wotertrtm to alty bus ((.goo I alter (. phone MU 14114. Throe bedroom, aialn room,. BATON: PARK area, pour tannlnlplant.
frtptrtyBACROTCB tries cal fill.NO 1111 I. Porte AT*. tlvlnc room eltehea mad lariecreea This S Od'_. 1 bath __CLASIIPISD. DISPLAY DuyI.AY.
0 MONET doss. Di elosiepeoiu. Days: 6864I2I ROY STlllf porch Oo. bath rramiand ...I., palatMl horn can b* roun
o I D A II polio nee U coed oondltlon. ell WaitEmma.
room ca with OE for ONLY (BOO down and (41 nr
I 13060. I Bedroom ":-a.itoao/:""'b... four.. 011. "'.__.b.m. Nights: (88-1361' 686-2205 IDEAL SE LOCATION Onlr M1 10. oo4 term month. RO-ma.
hotuo. .7MO. Cool. dole, U pos vim pro sea math. Call ...... Wallop MTJ Mill
I turn JoU hoe... t* .ff onweek call WO 1.1730.IPORECL001D LULL 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH A. S. MORROW Conic fit Anil Ulcct
dare Croom .A .OMMhM HENRY J. LEWIS
11141...... I BUM None M BV broom la R1P000Ip5ID Lakeland OWNER SALE! 213 S. FLORIDA ATIL One block from Yacht Club. REALTORs UHJt.
a :101. 111'_. end water! renter .room.Ma PION6004163 Branch Office &SONXKALTORa
Rudy Mealtar. IM1 B. MeBjorlal Small down payment Two blocks to tennis and I
BY JOWNIII: 1"0 bdroom met.too. Bird. .B -4101.CHOICB 4M B. Memorial Bled -LMLA
Oompl.Mll Illrolaud. 100' on Parker Rood la Medulla, a golf. Large family, room MU (-".( 103_.. Plorlda Av.
lot *. Lak Morton, oil ...MX. ROTRJCMKNT: homea thre bedroom. Ul. bath CB borne CLA..I.O. OIlPLAV | CLASSI'ltD DISPLAYSPECIALS
Two I bedroom ..tI.... on 11I0', one furnbhed, both und.r (c.ooo.Eicellwt with carport and ulllltr, oa anice living room with marble ,
100' lot it Ann Marl, onlr '1J.- I terra*. Cub. talk*. Clark; > lot apprcumatelir M'xlM.ppraUal HOMES BY fireplace central heating r
100, good ..r.... 00. nail trailer Rtaltr, BM40J1.ual ".000. (do a month .
lot )3ilo on Ui. wear ..t THRII BEDROOM too lime. "..mon\. Can Curl Treojue MU FHA MANAGER and air conditioning. Corner
Radio Drlnii (32BO, good ca ooo.trlou. Cora noon, o 0. ..".. or MO7171.. lot. Citrus tree. Double car
term. B*. R, O. 11.*. owner. heat and air oendiUoalni, !
Ion But ....1.. Fbont MU .. lu......... Hear Bbopplneten .... $100 DOWN i port. For sale by owner.

1133. cnurche. red ecboou. Cite $50 PER MONTH Menr steles home la .u loeauon -,
uUlltle and tea protection. Jest 2603 DERBYSHIRECALL
ISO MtutllantousHOMra out ot .It,. Br appointment onIr. *. Compleulr redeooratediMonthlf .' '61 Golauld 4 DM Mean,, pawn treorlnf .n4
MO e-lUO. Tnla borne wai la 1 and I bedroom tram home Stop by our parment oftlo a or* low oell.a* SIP I 6824739 ...ke.. real*, ......, S woneor, family '.".
10" Pared of Hoai*. Lan lot. that moa be eold. Imawdlatolr.Mo .
I NEW THREB bedroom ca borne.1 ....II'ln.. no ...... ooek no T. R. TUCKER Jr. '57 Id! Air. 2 W H..4..,, n.!., a.* ., V-l
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FOR COLORED Ol IITRI57BERr two bate lone familr room, Ktr** n. parmtntand rat mot wkrN arlckt I
ran mot la. Pop Information LOOK UP
doubt oarport OB appliances,
1 AND 4 BEDROOMS.wnrr OP WKBBTKR.1300 DOWN: 1. torn sorer. lot O. CullonItroot phone Mondar thraiuk Prldart P REALTOR '60 Cktvrelct *,.rt dup., hardtop. V-1, ,.die, !...t.

TO MIL PHA RUDY.QUALIFIED REALTOR.BUYERS 11I27 a. Call MU 0700 7-,8IT.BT down. DO .IOIID. a. REALTOR tod y'. Con For Sale ads I 'r, perfect .M..lw.) Sod at, hit wrt.. Ibis. car .-.-.. a 3h

M&MOIUAL .10410. ANTTLMI. OWNER on. acre, three ...... MU 2-2283 311 M. M. MO7171.. AT*. Lakeland. In this section and be i kv,.

room CB full tile bath, aarport.uuntr PHA Ana Propenr Mananr7A amazed by the excellent '47 tttm 4 wear Wan, radle, .*...r ",** posit. ese FLOYD DUVALLHe

I im-MJT room alter, (11,000 1 >m.CB .ON "0... Area Pro_" M...**. _values. Don't delay. I till .ar r* ."...," It" |I.*' eke (.>. far pure (anr

111 Rtal Eitatt Exchange HOWl m....,,41. bautllul Small Down Payment CLASaIPIaD DISPLAY CLAISIPIUD DISPLAY wawkrar would like to take this opportunity to
Iwo ".rlon.. Pand road 1) '60 Panrlad. ..."....1111., tots.."..11I.." ,.wor ttoarlng,

WILL TRADB bourn n Lak.lL__. WO nil**TOeU.BY not .Luk. .... Alburadal Own roar own bom. Parment power krakaa. media, haarar, loa er Auburndai Per
land or eoun.trr ...1 Valve.JOE'S.
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propertr ar Bur sour eauitr OWNER: CB houM with Lakeland Ford Company 125 Lake Mirror
dram at
bom In Bit ouletnelihborhood.
la land or oountrr proMrtr. Bee ecremed patio, ..""mlD( pool. ,

1l.Dlck'i C. Aute Lo" Balra 0' 5.and L. Dlck'iIUa'u!MO (4194. 01 Part BO-IM1... Bat aid Drive. Floyd has been selling automobiles .

t'. Ion Iu' "". .<*.oot, Pbo. O B0DR00M ca hom.. West !7 SPECIAL!
.U R-U3 ems, eompleab tursmh d, 55. for 16 in Lakeland
: W. "Bill" WILLIAMS years
300. Tors., HI4 Cechran BtreetBUY'LIKE '51 Mercury, .radla heater, with OMohemetueranro .

1S2 Rtcl Elute Wonttd RENTI! Realtor LMLA UlIIUIIOUS W..PlON' APTa. *. "Pint came-flrpt "..,or."

1(31 .. Plorlda Arena 1 I sues. I. IN, I Sal.IXCLU1YI Total ,.... . . . . . $11,00 Stop In today and let him show you the 1964
WB Off rwulUI Need watts 3 Bedroom l'/4 bath FlorIda MU elUIOFFICIAL
(or ..1.. runtal. Mol Dud, Real u"'ln TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland
tor. 1HT But room
Mmorlal" e> -4107. COMPLm alCIUnOM CINTISCON.50.MIN
home. '6l Impale! 2 doer ...4"" One awmr, pewef **.. Fordas
Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked
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Sod sd Toes potty ,. ...., ApuPmW
WITH US11'Ihorti' ditloned concrete block Plot' .000 AND Npl.. MO.M.A '64 Grand M* (Pent.>)> leaded, for the (perHminded the car of the Year,
. GUIDEto "4 .. fleer."
home. kwyef- *
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IT DOWN, cant H. L.TOLL Bhonrl It. BURN Palm. 3 Bedroom 2 bath brick .,. pep W Lida II ....... 'oM.

.r Realtor. LMLA 204 S. T.n- home rental bargain. 1100 W. LAlli .AUla be.T.n See "JM Cretker ., ",,, Duff.,"
ame* ".nu.. Phone MU t(171Nc 2 Bedroom separate dining N..0 M.ral 0otie4' OMIf..es LAKELAND FORD
( >t to I. Tina At*, Puking the ClaMl/leJ section .... .t
LoU I room Florida room near Turn back now for the 114/111.

Southgate. By Owner. room apartment or home Solo Ares Yr".w, ED'S AUTO SALES, INC. CO. INC.
MEL RUDY 65541 ,
OT UDCW I you need.
1053 E. Main St. Ph. 683-5744
Realtor 1527 E. Memorial
ClASSifIED: ADS Lob.. I.p.A W.1Maa C"e i Ap 0mweDoesyma 12S Lob Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 2.1102
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