Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00065
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 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: UF00079940:00065
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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ri 'arN An Interview In\
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.5r Castro'Says He's 'Enemy 0 iony'By

t JUAN d* ONIS The visit turned Into a one Churchill and the futility of billboards showing a huge
Nrto \Jork 11:1.: .". hour give-snd-take discussion party politics. shadowy figure of Castro
HAVANA Fidel: Castro with a score of student from Constant Theme shouldering a pack and rifle
waved Mi eight-inch Havana nearby Havana University and atop a mountain In the Sierra
cigar at the student of archi others In the book store clustered "The social revolution has Maestra, behind a boy who is
tecture like an angry orchestra around Castro. About been completed In Cuba. Now bending over his books. All
r conductor. "I'm an Irreconcilable 150 persons pressed against Is the time for the technical workers, from sugar cane cutters
r enemy of monotony" the windows outside to watch revolution to Increase our to sausage tiers, are ex
f laid the Cuban leader. while a member of Castro'a production laid Castro Thisis horted to surpass productionnorms.
It happened at the Lalo Car- army guard controlled the the constant official themeIn There are many short
raico book store beside the door; this "year of the economy"In ages In'foodstuffs and house-
'I Hotel Havana Libra (formerly On his own initiative and In which harder work and Intensive hold fuel, such as charcoal.

the Havana Hilton) where reply to questions, Castro discoursed technical education are The tall Cuban premier
Castro dropped in unannounced on subjects ringing held to be indispensable for leaned against bookstall. The
'.' 4r Wednesday night to from low-cost housing to milk Cuba"to erect a "socialist society high top Ranger boot on his
browse among the book production opera, compulsory .
shelves. military training, Winston I "All over Havana there are (Turn to Page 2, Column 6)


U. S. To Allow RussiansTo

? ., Pt Meet With DefectorMakarios


Rare Catch Examined

Member. of th* Lekelend. Police Department and. iherlff deputiei ......1... e rar* c.t.h- Rejects Grant

100 ball with COM uied In a bouts fern*-following reid .. 110 ........... Circle ,..tord.,
efterneon. Low enforcement men ere, kneeling from the left Sat J...... Iowan, iherlff'i deportment Y I
Copt. Grant M. Harden, head of the detective dlvliien et th* Lakeland Police Deportment Peace Bid RequestWASHINGTON
and Police Detective J. I. Norton Loekinf an from th* left ere deputy M. I. Goodwin end Police
Detective H. L. Brown. Ledger Photo by Hughei.
AP-The) Soviet
NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP) Union has asked that its

President Makarios today re- officials be permitted to see
Lakeland Bolita Raid jected the British American Yuri I. Nossenko a Soviet secret -
police officer who defected
proposal to land an International -
to the United States, and officials
peace force on embattled Cyprus said today that .
.4 Results In Two ArrestsBy and will take; the matterto will be made to meet arrangements the

the United Nations Immediately Soviet request

authoritative diplomatic The Moscow government now

TOM HUGHES The raid was scheduled for carried search warrants and sources said; has ko's protested against Nossen-
defection and
Ledger Stan Writer 3 o'clock afternoon. asked
yesterday seizure Sporadic fighting persistedbetween
papers the United States for information .
Two persons were arrestedin About' : 7:30: the raiding party What police identified as Greek and Turkish as to how it happened.The .
a bolita raid conducted by members left the police station
members of the Lakeland Police and went to tjeir stakeout lottery tickets, and an adding Cypriots. protest was registered !In
Department and sheriff area- few blocks from machine were found on a There was no Immediate cffi-: Moscow today by Foreign Min
deputies yetierday afternoon. the house where tKcTauspectedbollta table in one of the rooms. clal statement from Makarjoi ister Andrei Cromyko with
They were identified u". game was. being carried Further investigation d I a' or from U.S. Und r.et'retary' 3 I U,,K. Ambassador Fay D. Kohl-
Julius C. Harper, 61, who on. closed a set of 100 bolita balls State George Ball. who ended er ,
hidden in hall closet. Po three of discussions In Kohler promptly reported to
gave his address as 13825 As they have done many a days .
Southwest 78th Place, Miami days previous to the raid, delice searched the remainder Nicosia Washington. Authorities here
tectives and deputies "sweated of the house but found no evidence declined '\o> release details but
and Theodore R. Day, 34, a Goes To TurkeyBall Indicated1 .,
Negro of 53 Washington Park it out" in closed vehicles ; Gromyko had taken
Homes. while others parked near the Once the equipment was all flew to Ankara to reportto the'Jine that the U.S. govern.
The arrests culminated area in unmarked can. together, detectives escortedOn Turkish officials on his talks ment was responsible for Nos-
about two months of intensified a given signal, law en- Harper and Day to the police with Cypriot leaders and to After Opening Talks senko's behavior.
Investigation on the partof forcement personnel closed in station. They were chargedon urge restraint on Turkey. He Washington Puzzled
both the house and made their with I operating conducting will then go to Athens on a similar ... he
departments. Writ G.r. Chenceller Ludwlg Irherd solutes *i ttendi bolide French feeder Churl o.G..II. .
raid. Oddly, the front door and promoting a lottery and mission to Greek authorities Washington authorities privately
Bollta Balls Confiscated offer the two European leaden lied held their lint talks ef several meeting planned In concede
was open and officers had no possession of lottery parapher Peril today end ......rrow. Irh.,..'. visit it one ef the umlennuel/ Frsch-W.at German lummit. by the excitement they are puzzled
Confiscated at the scene, trouble in gaining entrance to nalia. Bond was set at $1,000 Makarios Is believed to be which the Soviet
conference provided. for ....dor' tho cooperation tteery of Jonuery, 1961. - ask for U.N. Secur- government appears to be
310 Bassadena Circle, were a the house. Arresting officers each. ready to a
set of bolita balls and case, ity Council resolution which coble from Peril) building up over what Wash.
an adding machine and numerous would prevent any one nation ington officials had consideredan
lottery tickets It was State Board Gives from intervening in Cyprus and Interesting but not especial.
about the third time in 10 to to protect Cyprus' territorial In Home Hopes U. S. Visit ly extraordinary defection case,
15 years that the balls and tegrity. This would be aimed Some wonder whether the Soviets
case were found at the scene primarily at Turkey may be using the Nosaenko
of a raid. Hospital Loan OkayThe Diplomats said the United Incident as a takeoff point for
Participating in the raid States and Britain believe a Benefits Many CountriesBy an attack on the 17-nation Geneva
from the Lakeland Police Department solution must be found to settle disarmament conference.
were Capt. Grant Florida Development tees late yesterday that final the differences on the Island Nossenko was on assignment
M. Harden, head of the detective which might possibly lead to a as a member of the Soviet delegation
Commission has approved a approval of the grant was WASHINGTON (AP) Bri. commented: "The farmer from and Foreign Secretary Richard I at Geneva when he de
division, and detectives between Greece and Tur
J. I. Norton L. T. Rey. federal grant of S276.MS for approved at a meeting of the was key, who are allies In the Nortt, tain's Prime Minister Douglas, Scotland and the farmer from A. Butler devoted most of their fected. \\1 I
of the Lakeland left for home with, understood each other time the crisis In
nolds and H. L. Brown. expansion state agency In Tallahassee Atlantic Treaty Organization. Home today Texas to Cyprus Prior to Gromyko's meeting II
Sheriffs deputies included General Hospital. yesterday Presidential palace source) the expressed hope that the accomplishments perfectly Relatively little time was dc. with Kohler today the Soviet ,
Sgt. James Bowen, Robert Weodell Jarrard, chairmanof Hill-Burton Funds TappedThe said the Greek Cypriot leave.r of his visit with Although Thursday's joint voted to other Issues Informant I government had sent a note to
Westmorland, M. E. Godwin the commission, wired A. Insisted that any internationalforce l I President Johnson will benefit communique at the conclusionof said. Where opinions differed,,, Washington asking for Information .
Percy Wilson and Ozell Roy Surles Jr., chairman of development commission be under control of the. "a great many other countries the two-day meeting men the positions were stated forcefully as to the circumstancesunder
the hospital's board of trus- took positive action of thetrustees' tioned which .,
Screen. UN. Security Council. also only points on and it was quickly recognized which Nossenko came
application for $200 Douglas-Home spoke at a Johnson and Douglas-Home that no persuasion would I into the hands ol the United
000 for a diagnostic and treat Troops Sought brief farewell ceremony mark. agreed both sides conceded that close the gap States.

,f t' ment section In the new hospital The US.-British plan called I ing the wind-up of his two days there were issues on which-as Issues Noted The Soviet note informantssaid
jig!, wing and $76,545 for new for an Atlantic Alliance army, of conferences with Johnson on the British leader put it at a also declared that Soviet
t! psychiatric facilities of 10.000 men with about 7.000>> issues around the worlcj. later news conference "dif Briefly these were the Is representatives would like to
Buries said that the grantto U.S. soldiers to keep peace The main purpose of the An ferences In emphasis" exist. sues: see the defector. State Depart.
the Lakeland General will There waa no reaction to the! glo-American summit, spokesmen They were trade with Cuba 1. On Southeast Asia the Brit. ment Informants said the Unit
be from HIli- Burton Act notices from high Washington I stressed was for Johnson and trade with and credits to ish pledged complete support; ed States would see that
funds. The Hill Burton Act sources that Makarios wants I and Douglas-Home to get to Communist countries. Britain for U.S. policies in Viet Nam,'arrangements were made to
i, provides for federal assistance an International peace force of F know each other before each Is views trade as its lifeblood and and the United States rear, meet the Soviet request.
p rb In the construction of public British Commonwealth nations I caught up in the whirl of election as Douglas-Home put it, does firmed' its support for Malaysia

hospitals.The Lakeland. General re excluding American soldiers campaigns. not believe In boycotts I 2. Both aides asked for
Burton Cyprus has been a common In this respect the gettogether The two government leaders stepped-up efforts to formulatenew
of ceived$1.1 a million at the grant time wealth member since Independence was a complete success, said and their foreign policy chiefs, proposals aimed at breaking Polk CountyDrum.Beaters
from Britain in 1960. a high American official who Secretary of State Dean Rusk the deadlock in East-West
the new hospital was constructed
In 1957. talks: on Germany and Berlin.
Hilt-Burton funds are distributed Union Leaders 3. It was agreed that further Delight ComingIf
the Florida relaxation of East-West tension
-k Development Commission The Johnson Accused Of Making depends the Geneva largely disarmament on the outcomeof con- to boast you are about one your who community likes. t

(Turn to Page 2, Column Terence and action on Western and the area In
proposals for a nuclear freeze which you Jive The Ledg
5)I 'Political Deal' With SmathersWASHINGTON and the stationing of control er's big Decade For Decision .

k"w I posts on both sides of the Iron Progress Edition
Curtain to detect preparationsfor to be published March 28,

(AP-Two union Amalgamated Meat Cutters and cents are then Imported. they a surprise attack will be a splendid way to
Butchers Workmen of North said. carry out your boasting In
officials have accused the 4. Though the interests of the
America, and Patrick E. Gorman -I Smathers' office said he was countries a subtle way
two are not exactly
Johnson administration of "a political For'the edition
The in Florida and not available for special
'a Page secretary-treasurer. Identical, both sides pledged ta
*+ deal" with Sen. George union Includes farm workers. An aide said the senator the first of The Ledger'sregular
Amusements ...." .. 8 work toward the success of the t
Smathers to' wm his support on The officials said Smathers would have voted for the Saturday morning
Bridge ... ,... 10 forthcoming tariff cutting negotiations editions, will provide a
the tax bill which the Senate won from the Kennedy administration tax bill anyway in Geneva.
> Business News .. 11 passed recentlyThe a suspension for Florida In the Dade County action, the look at the Polk Countyof
Comics .. .... 8-9 officials said the deal consists of regulations I requir- Labor Department spokesmansaid 5. The British are not quite today and predictions
convinced about the military ef- Industrial and
.w Clarified of the administration per. ing farmers to offer domestic an effort will be made to by civic
t fe.rr } milting farm wages in Floridato workers 95 cents an hour before relocate the foreign workers In ectiveness of the U.S.-proposed community leaders on
Crossword Puzzle. 9
multilateral nuclear force.
their lathe
remain sd low that domestic hiring foreign laborers They other US farm areas. Those not expected progress
Deaths ,........ ... ..... B workers are unemployed while said It was understood the suspension relocated will have to return to i 6. On trade with Communist decade ahead.
Dear Abby............. 9 foreign workers accept the low- would cease Feb. 15 but the British West Indies, he said countries in general and with The special edition maybe

Editorials ................ 4 paying jobs.Meantime. that it was learned It will be An estimated 11,000 to 20,000 Cuba In particular, the British : ordered from "home-de I
U.S. Departmentof extended indefinitely. West Indiana work In Florida's'maintained their traditional attitude livery carriers, news dealers
Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 5 and The .
for union officials said domestic farmlands There no which Douglas Home Ledger's circulation
all The winter was
Bolita Nabbed Horoscope ...........,.. 8 Labor spokesman said office The
this "We have
Suspect summed
eign labor would have to leave workers turn down of- estimate on huw many work In up way
Radio TV..........? 9 Dade County because It had fers of jobs paying 70 cents an Dade County Ito trade if we want to live. We la 25 cents per copy or
Juliui C. H.". of Mieml, e ...,... I* e belit reid, M) Sports ........M 12-13-14 been classified as an area of hour and growers tell the U. S. I Miami growers said they will do not believe In boycotts. five for one dollar. Additional
.bent to head ever materiel found at the Ken to ootectwoind Weather M...... .... 3 substantial unemployment.The government they cannot get la fight the action because It will Britain will not sell arms or other details and a bandy
....uti... The raid took piece yotterdo afternoon et J10onadona Women's ,. 6.7 accusation against John- cause a shortage of labor duringthe strategic materials to the order blank are on Page
Orel A* *ddinf machine. used. m th. '."' ", sac be son was made by Thomas J bor.British West Indian workers peak harvest season In Communists, the prime minister 7 of today's Ledger.partl .

ortieUy Men in th* riflht background .f the picture. Lloyd, president of the AFL-CIO who are willing to work for 70,March; ,iromised.

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? __LAKELANDICDCEK.. Frlday 1 Feb. N. \U'! Castro Says Gov. Bryant Says. He ,

Citrus Commission Takes First Steps To Put He's EnemyOf I Will Support Johnson

TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov On another subject, the gov-
MonotonyContinued Farris Bryant says he intendsto I ernor disclosed that he has been
Booz Allen Hamilton Ideas Into EffectBy support President Johnson at making backstage effort to get

( From Page One) the Democratic National Con the strike against the Florida

right foot beat a nervous tattoo vention and feel the President East Coast Railway settled
DAVE PRATT 500 of the current budget on market research manager 1867-68 crop of 135 million and making I $60,000) donation on the floor a* he talked will be the party' next nominee Ha No Power
Ledger Staff Writer research projects, recommend. $15,000; commercial engineering boxes of orange, 29 million to Foundation Farm nearLeetlbur. and listened. whether all Florida' congressmen He said he had no powers to

The Florida Citrus Commission ed for immediate procedure.The $15,004 market hox e of grapefruit and five .. "If we don't produce here are with him or not solve the problem involved In
manager ;
board of directors yes. staff positions and new development manager, $15,0110 million boxes of other varie Station Plans ApprovedIn we can't Import those things Bryant told newsmen Thursday the year-long strike.
terday approved recommendations maximum salary levels Hooks ties all like turrones he understood that one or President Johnson' participa
you want. (a
of the Industry Research recommended to the administrative Position Replaced Boot, Allen and Hamilton addition the commlsak Spanish candy popular at more of the Florida congressmen lion In the dedication ceremony

Advisory Committee and thecommission's committee, which In These positions, which will will be retained to consult approved recommendations Christmas time I ), 'almonds, were having second for the cross state barge canal
Administrative turn presented them for com become effective upon approval with Hooka on a "per diem regarding the Lake Alfred Wines, and automobiles," Castro thoughts about supporting John may have to consist of pushing
Committee that will put Into mission approval, follow the by the Budget Commission, basis at a cost not to exceed Station that will provide said la button Feb 27 In Orlando,
effect the first steps toward Boot,.Allen and Hamilton rec. supersede these present staff $3,000." The commission 15,000 to improve iu library "The almonds weren't son.The state's Democratic senators Bryant said.
Implementing the Boot Allen ommendations down the lIne. positions: administrative as further recommended and of to study the. good this year," said a dark. and representatives, with I The Secret Service doesn't
and Hamilton study of commission They areGeneral: sistant, director of advertising Florida Citrus Mutual and possibility appropriation making for a further skinned young man with a great splash of publicity, recently want the President to fly the

operations. manager, $40,000; and merchandising, assistant other citrus organizations and struction of new research con looseleaf notebook tucked under lined up 100 per cent behind long distances by helicopterfrom
Homer E. Hooks, general administrative director, SIS- director of advertising and individuals present comment facilities there. his arm Johnson. the nearest big airport to
manager of the commission, 000; advertising and publicity merchandising advertising and recommendations on the Other research "Where do you study?" Castro Bryant said he had no personal the dedication ceremonies near
has been given the job of fill. director, S30.0UO; field merchandising manager merchandising man report by April 1, "so that call for recommendations asked. preference for a vice presi- Palatka, Bryant said. .

ing 13 new staff positions, recommended director, $27,000; ager, director of research and they may be considered priorto of projects on mechanizationof completion "I'm In the basic secondary dential nominee.. If Atty. Gen. I The button pushing not cer-
by Booz, Allen and commercial development director director of economic and mar the preparation of the harvesting, pound solids (high school) course," he re- Robert Kennedy gets the spot tain he added, but the Presi.dent's .
Hamilton basis $30,000 scientific ket research 1964-65 Commission budget plied with smile Bryant said he would decide at plane might land at Mc.
on a temporary ; research and air pollution and the a pearly
director and the new advertising, mer that time whether he would support Coy Air Force Base In Orlandofor
until future recommendations $13,000.
The commission also approved setting aside for further studyof Halls
Milk Production
chandising, and research Johnson to participate.
for appointment are Economic research director, adopting the objectives program Booz, Allen and Hamilton : the Icke-! _. _
made. $13,000; polnt-of-salet materials set forth by Boot, Allen to go" Into effect on recommendations that Commission "Well, I want you to know -- -- "' -

Go-Ahead Given manager, $13,000; merchandising and Hamilton to Increase consumption July 1, 1964. support be discontinued that we have started a course Will
promotion manager of citrus product Target Date Set on Internal decay control for ISO dairy specialists who Throughway

The commission also gave $13,000; merchandising to the level that the industrycan A target date of not later research, fruit color researchand will be running farm In two I'I

.the go-ahead to_spend $262 .and market analyst, $13,000; cope with an anticipated' than Sept. 1 has been set on routine quality control. years time and that we have Top Priority ListThe
Boot Allen and Hamilton The approval of Florida cows that are giving 16, even
Citrus Commission supported 20 liters of milk a day," said mlssioner at its
recommendations which will north throughwa y; meeting on
require action by the legislature recommendations made by Castro, whose interest in milk will top the City of Lakeland'i s Feb. 25 at Bartow.

in the spring of 15. Florida Citrus Mutual' research cow and pastures has led him road list to be _1 Lakeland' number two priority I
committee that "$100 to establish his own experi- priority
will be the widening of
lions Turning of the Industry to recommenda Research 000 be held In readiness and mental farm outside Havana to. ,the._board of 5 u"Boys' _com: State Road 37, South Florida

Advisory Committee, the com available in the event that "In ten years we will be Avenue, from Glendale Streetto
mission agreed that any unspent (additional) worthy (research) producing more milk than Club the Medulla School Road
projects are presented." and Holland
and more cheese than
research funds left after The city commission will list
an appeal by Robert W Rut-
a June :30 be added to France. These dairy agronomists -
research its third top priority al the
funds which will be ledge executive vice president who we are now trainingwill Dinner Set widening of Kathleen Road
of Florida Citrus Mutual
available in the 1964-65 year. make this possible from Interstate 4 southward

The Industry Research Advisory calling the Citrus for support Experiment of the workat Station "It's an amazing thing, thatI II For MondayW via Omohundro Street to Bay

Committee will be retained and at Foundation Farm. have found out somethingthat Street near Lake Wire Drive

to review, at least oncea In other nobody had studied in Other requested projects, in
business Florida
V. Fenton will be
I (Benny)
all of the citrus Cuba, which Is how much .
year, re- Citrus Commission confirmed pasture I order of priority to be presented
search being done. The Boot presentation of the television it takes to produce a lit installed as president of the to the county commissionare

Allen and Hamilton proposal program "Queen For A er of milk." Boys' Club of Lakeland Monday :

to set up a commercial de- Day" at the Florida Citrus As for party politicians, Cas night at the annual dinner To widen improve and con

velopment project was also Exposition, it a cost under tro said that "they had their meeting of the board of directors ] struct a secondary road begin

approved.The $45.000; heard a report on the day In Cuba, and all they did at 7 o'clock at the Boys' ning at State Road 600 (Lake
research project approved success of the grapefruit "fun was rob. They didn't build and Club building. He will replace land Memorial I Boulevard)
all recommendationsof faces" and orange "squeator" they didn't lay the foundationfor Dr. Jere Annis. northward along Lake Shore

Booz, Allen and Hamilton, promotions; approved the hiring production. This is what Other officer to be Installedwill Drive and West Lake Parker
comprise technical and mar of B. J. Hunter Direco- we are doing first with the Include I William Lord, vice 1 Drive to El Paseo Street

ket research project on making tries Inc., of Montreal as thecommission' social revolution, and now resident, who replaces Fenton; To widen Improve and construct .
dehydrated juice, selling agent to expedite with the technical revolution." Scott Llnder treasurer who replaces West Lake Parker Drive
B orange juice in vending machines transport of point-of-sale Castro announced that he William Skipper and from El Paseo to Robson

and as a general re- materials through Canadian was now reading Winston Leon Sikes Jr., secretary; who Street, westerly to the Inter
I fresher with special appeal to customs, and referred backto Churchill's memoirs. "A tre- replaces Clyde Martin. section of State Highway 33,
youth the possibility of selling "
..,... ... committee for presentationat mendous man Castro said. Board of directors to be In- Lakeland Hills Boulevard.To .
citrus in
packaged sections
the commission's next The who had stalled will Include Melvin
young man not
from Florida
construct route
Improving quality I 1 a
meeting of the proposed grade : liked
the almonds Estroff
analyzing the market potential I objected. Floyd Harvey Avenue east to the Bartow
HEADQUARTERS OPENED-H.oclquom hr she S.0,4 L, Holland Appmciati.a D.y dinnar of by-products, analyzing standard on refrigerated sev "But he was a colonialist," he Hardy and Willard R. Eb>berry. Road, U.S. 98, as close as possible
lava bean op..o" in tho Stare lulldl"l ot lotow. Pr..t foe tho spasm", woo, from loft, pesticide residues in citrus en-plus-one) orange concen said The public I I. Invited to attend to South Lakeland.

Muill WI..lett Cy St..t, lab Fatten, M.. elly TOM..llo, C'"co' 9owel1 J,., and W. O. Gib..sa pulp, continuing freeze trate. Castro poked the youngsterIn the dinner meeting. Reservations The priority list was approved I
J,., a portion O. tho co"ltt.o which is ,10.,1"1 Th..do s o".clotlo" day d4viti.s. Rise.saes resistance and climatology The commission gave a the ribs. "I think you are can be made by calling by the city commission In
ovation M.
standing to Ralph
.n 1.10 ot the haadquare.rs for a dolls. will Hn'0 .. tickoh for the dinnar, ILoclo Phseaby study at the Citrus Experiment Henry the commission's con one of those cross-grained fellows the Boys' Club. 1963, and the governing bodyat
Stases) Station at Lake Alfred, who always sees the Scott Linder will be masterof its meeting on Monday is set ,
.. sultant on merchandising,
--- ----------- --- -- --- --- -- - worst part of things. You area ceremonies at the dinner to again approve the same list.
will retire from the
on dogmatist," Castro said. which will see Dr. James W.

Parrish, Winter Park Baptist CITRUS SHIPMENTS

minister, as the main speaker.
Godwin Seeks'ReElection Dr. Parnsh who had been W1NTKR HAVKN Berlin n.wtlon. BUTMU la >.... rtporl In
heard frequently In Lakeland, bo.... .
G frt Ornw Tnent
IS a past governor of Kiwanis Roll ,. SliMI ta.iaa ala
Truck .... 71.J4J 8 :tM RoS
and has served as vice president .
Taint ti i86 Sa aye i MaC.nnerleo
Rejects FORT MEADE Harry E. Land.of Stetson University, De- : S.ti tss a.7Mi Sit 4ck 9aa &f.,,,,, sJJr3c .

i of Godwin of Fort Meade an -. --- --' _
1 i .J .- nounced today that he will be

Red OfferBONN a candidate for re-election for
I Constable In District Number tu.artes
Two. < &b 1

Germany (AP-The Godwin is a lifetime citizenof

West German government and Polk County, and of the din'L _
the West Berlin Senate turned trict in which he will run. William ORMOND R, HARRELLOrmond
down today the East German "I seek, election on my past R. Harrell 58, of 612
offer to reopen the Berlin wall performance and I will continueto Ex-Commissioner South Ingram Ave., died In an
for the Easter holidays I serve the people of District s I auto accident near Haines City
A joint announcement by the Two and Polk County to the, Dies At Home yesterday Harrell was a nativeof
government and the Senate said I best of my ability" he said. Crawfordsville Fla., and

they were fully agreed on the William Thomas (Tommy)I came here as a youth from Tal

A FRIEND FOR COMPANIONSHIP BUT refusal $354 TheftInvestigated Duggan Sr.; a county commissioner lahassee. He was a grove owner
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard'sgovernment for district no. 5 for eight t t and opened the Harrells Gar
and the West Berlin died den Centers In 1941. He attended
year, today at hi I
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK FOR MY EXECUTORMillions Senate accused the East residence at 517 East Orange the Baptist Church.

German government of misusIng after a long illness. He was 7C(0 I He i Is survived by his widow,
the Christmas pass agreement SheriffBARTOW years/ old. Mrs. Lucile Cromer Harrell:

of dollars ore 'lost each year by Executors who ere not qualified' to carry out the many and varied duties of for political purposes. By Mr Duggan was a native ol f r one son Jack R. Harrell Lakeland -
settling on estate The East German governmenttried Tennessee and came here from I ; two brothers, Finley J.
to use the Christmas Sheriffs depu Etawaho, Tenn., about 51 yeanago I Harrell Auburndale and H. S
agreement to bulwark Its three- ties are investigating the appar- He was employed by the Harrell of Auburndale and four
A friend or relative. who Inexperienced In estate settlement, probably will find it difficult' to carry through a totitfoc
Germanys' theory under which ent theft of a money box containing Atlantic Coast Line Railroa I grandchildren
tory administration quickly, effectively and without neediest expense. West Germany, East Germanyand $334 from the cafeteriaof from 1912 until 1924 and wai I Graveside services at Lakeland

West Berlin are looked the Polk County Hospital. general foreman for two countj r
If you ore considering appointing, o member of your family to this' vital, post, first ask. yourself if he hot the busmen upon as separate political entities Hospital administrator Alvin commissioners, retiring Iii 1956. held at Memorial 2 o'clock Gardens tomorrow will afternoon be

kncwledga and estate experience required. Collecting Income, paying lust debts, filing tax returns on or before proper dates This theory would end Goldberg said the box. containing He was a member of the First t with the Rev. Joseph P

raising" funds for paying foxes. keeping accurate records and making reports to the court these are only some of th* many hopes for the German receipts from two days,' Baptist Church, the Brotherhood Folds officiating.

aspects of estate administration. which demand wide understanding and specialized, experience How many Individuals do cation sought by reunafl-I disappeared Wednesday afternoon : of Railroad Trainmenwas Friends may call from 4 ernment and West Berlin Goldberg said i the a 32 degree Mason and belonged
money i 9 o'clock Dukes-
know who have these qualifications : tonight at the
you the leadership of Mayor Willy was receipts from employee I to the Moose Lodge. Steen Funeral Home.

Brandt. who pay for their lunches at He U survived by his widow,,
Or perhaps, you ore thinking of naming a trusted business friend or associate, your executor. Many men and womenof The Communists offered the the hospital. Mr. Nan Lee DuRgan; two sons,,

meant consider such a step. But they often forget that the friend It their contemporary that he may die before or same conditions that allowed Money Transferred W. T. Dug an Sr., of Gaines MRS. MINNIE GREEN

shortly after the critical exccutonhlp period. A friend may be ill at the time your family needs-4vt. advice, or he maybe more than 500,000 West Berliner .I lie added that the money had ville, and C. R. Duggan Lakeland Mrs. Minnie Z. Green, 79, of
to visit relatives in East been transferred from the cash ; two daughters, Mrs. JR. 1537 West 2nd Street died yes
out of town business Then few businessmen afford take ,
on too, or women con to time out from their own pressing
Berlin for family reunions dur- register to the metal box priorto Neusome, Lakel nd and Mr,, terday at her residence. She
business, affairs to devote their full energies to the duty of settling', a friend's estate and looking out for.hit family's financial' ing the Christmas and New its being deposited with other J. M High Jefjerson City,,, was a native of Birmingham.

need Year's holidays on one-day hospital funds. Tenn.; six grandchildren two I Ala. and came here in 1922
passes. Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. brothers and three sisters She was a member of the First

THE ADVANTAGES OF FLORIDA NATIONAL AS EXECUTOROur DeReu explained that all hospital Graveside Services will bEheld Assembly of God Church and

personnel are being check- at 10 o'clock Monday morning -, a charter member of the Royal
trust officer' hove many years of experience in tattling, estates of various Sims large and small. They or. Hospita I ed.lie at Lakeview Cemetery with I Neighbors of America.

available any business day. If you name this Bonk' executor, you are assured that your family, will, at times, when needed, added that so far deputies services directed by the Masonic She is survived by one son

boss a reliable source of advice on financial' matters Furthermore, our trust officers devote their full, undivided, attention to Loan Gets have found no trace of the mon Lodge No. 91. Gentry-Morrison I, Irvin Reynolds Horton Lake
ey or the box. Funeral Home is In charge of land; two daughters, Mrs. Helen
the task' of settling .estates for such It their cores Your family's financial' welfare It entrusted to a seasoned, financially Lightsey and Mrs. Mi
arangements. Friends may call I Betty
responsible. trust organization that hat successfully administered many estates State OkayContinued HundredsFlock from 3 until o'clock Monday. Milliam, both of Lakeland; six
grandchildren and 14 great

( From Page One) To View GEORGE W. FRIEND SR. grandchildren
CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEYAND Services will be held tomor-
commission's hospital board Police Station George W. Friend Sr., 82, of row afternoon at 4 o'clock at
its the Lakeland 602 North Tennessee, died this
VISIT OUR gave approval to the Gentry Morrison Chapel
application at its meet morning at Lakeland General
with burial to be in the Rose
Hundreds of flockedto
ing last Friday at Jacksonville persons Hospital after a long illness. He lawn Cemetery. Friends may
the Lakeland Police
TRUST DEPARTMENT"Polk Depart- was a native of Kentucky and call from 7 until 9 o'clock to-
ment this morning as an
open here 50
The Lakeland General expects came years ago. night.
house was held there in connection
to begin construction of He was a retired insurance -
with Crime Prevention
Its $2 million wing this summer salesman with Gulf Life Insur- -
Week, sponsored by the Ex- THORNTON !
County's Oldest National Bank"WITH Lakeland. is low the change Club of Lakeland. ance; was a member of the '
on priority Tours will be conducted by Quaker Church of Kentuckyand MEMORIAL. HOME"
list for Hill Burton police personnel until 4:30: wa a veteran of World 1a1' .. '10; 'Ii... :
Act fund for general hospital War I. .
o'clock this afternoon as the 1 'Ao.t" '
construction. The $278,545 police station on Lake Wire He 1 Ia survived by his widow, ......... '
grant will be made under a Drive Is once again thrown Mrs. Artie Friend; three cons, r,....,...J...... :
special provision of the act W. Friend Jr., and
open to the visiting public. George William -
for diagnostic and psychiatric The open house culminates a J. Friend both of Plant

facilities. week of activities by the Ex- City and Robert F. Friend

change Club as they concen Winter Haven; three sisters, Dukes Steen
POULTRY & EGGS trate on combating crime. Mrs Robert Thorpe, Dayton,

Theme of the week was "Link Ohio Mrs. Earl Burnett Mun-,
TRUST DEPARTMENT Iall.r.TAMPA, our tAPt-Sts rant 0.1505 mark 00"..once.....our to forces to chain crime. tie, Ind and Mrs. Minerva Hendrix Funeral Home

ao.en 0..:.. N-. t.. Exchange Club members Cincinnati. Ohio: and

113 s. T.n" A... Op. I..., a* A Ltt. at YY..hl o* .4t4m C.a, mw.74y placed posters in Lakeland eight grandchildren. 310 S. Florida
L+ra. 4M 4J41 : 49 business offices and other Services will be held tomorrow
'rl"., fvenino; Medium91 01 :.7t S-4S mE: :411M -
Martaa ". a5r0IT INV0Axea e0a"o55T100M.Maaa mall 3SV.J y, JT K buildings, had a proclamation at 2 o'clock at the Gen
.D'.LA" D NATIONAL eoGttP OC 55055 4 00 t* 7 :00 P.M. IIllh.kill. I.of. ......o...pttonal IoraatlM.Whol..u. ouaU". W .DIa signed by Mayor Harold Griz- ,try-Morrison Funeral Home. Phone MU 2-3123

.t farm.. :0'100& oe learn Oultr. ofck.das tlp, zard, and held a meeting with Burial will be In R 0 s e I awn
FREE PARKING THROUGH DOWNTOWN PARK 'N SHOP PLAN ... .aloe. nporUd:::. Jll 1. noale. the Junior. Exchange Club, at Cemetery. Friends may call at
ntwrw oe
: 1.dl .' h': the Lakeland Police Department the chapel from 7 until ambulance service
raws.tl. Do 'art .rksa : arw.lm. 9j
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation A national agency Methodist General Conference, "'{ ,.-IIf'
of the Methodist church the the church's top legislative and lA.RfI

Station H. L. Chicago ............ 35 25 Milwaukee ......... 3) 9 General Board of Christian Social policymaking body, to be heldin 'OO witb tb,
Miami ............. 72 60 Cincinnati .......... 36 29 Mpls.St. Paul ...... 31 It Concerns, will open its annual Pittsburgh. )j J connection; N G
Jacksonville\ ........ 70 57 Cleveland .......... 34 29 New Orleans ....... 75 43 five-day meeting her Mon The Rev. A. Dudley Ward of ; S OW1
Kpy West .......... 78 64 Denver ?.......... 38 23 New York ......... 39 34 day at the Causeway Inn Washington is general secretary
LAKELAND ....... 71 17 Del Molnes ........ 33 18 Omaha ............. 38 25 The member board with of the board In addition to PREMIERE /
Ocala .............. 73 55 Detroit ............. 37 28 Philadelphia ....... 40 34 executive headquarters In Wash members and staff he said the 0"MOO'NFOR'f VS.A
Pensacola?.......86 42 Fairbanks ......... .1229 Pittsburgh ......... 35 31 mgton.. D. C, is responsible for meeting wil, be attended by ,
Sarasota ........... 73 59 Fort Worth ........ 49 29 St Louis .......... 39 26 a churchwlda program of edu numerous officials of the church / launrhiogsin
Tallahassee ........ 64 50 Honolulu ........... 12 70 San Francisco ..... 57 50 cation, research and social action -Including Bishop James W Hen S pace
Tampa ............. 71 59 Indianapolis ....... 34 20 Seattle ............. 47 38 In three areas human ley of Jacksonville Showing [
W Palm Beach ... 72 59 Juneau ............. 39 35 Washington ........ 43 36 relations and economic affairs tolor the Kennedy area. DFrtm...
Atlanta ..........,. 49 31 Kansas City ....... 43 30 BAROMETER peace and world order, temper Italians Strike Escitiag Ca'C public Rb i ationJ
Boston ............. 43 33 Los Angeles ....... 68 47 7 a.m. 29.93 I p.m Thurs. ance and general welfare Rocket City SERVED
Charleston ......... 60 54 Memphis .......... 48 26 30.03 y the WILT.gEFRESH 133at ,
Iowa Bishop President Transport JobsROME prafenta ENTS 7:30 p,m

Bishop P Gerald Ensley. Des .
1 Moines, la.. Is president of the FREEd F day FJRNSIEDSi.I
Q A (AP) One hundred through u up
NTz board. thousand public transport workers M.nd'Y! SpQR'I..tlON{ '"'. a to picky
The three vice presidents, each 'IRM '
&.,; were ordered out on a one. FREE .nd w' Attitc
heading a division are Bishop; .183-)707 tofOmaI
day nationwide strike
1 John today. ,,.. kdsnd
/ Wesley Lord Washington Millions of Italians were strand. ', ,
D C; Bishop A Raymond ed Me..
by a shutdown in bus and 'teone'see
Grant. Portland, Ore. and streetcar service )11 S.
Bishop Kenneth W. Copeland Communist and nan.Commu.
Lincoln, Neb.
nist unions joined m the strike
Robert T Mann Tampa law. :
prolonged negotiations
yer and Hillsborough County p \\.fi.tfrWtrfJ :
deadlocked m a contract dis- -
representative In the state legislature
is treasurer of the board. pule
The only other Florida member
r..t.las is the Rev. George A Foster -
Cela Methodist Church. :i
The board sessions will open
with a dinner meeting Monday.
Bishop Ensley will give the key- # A rt
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wIIM.NOa .rrM.ro.t Senator To Speak
-ea..w taawaea.rn..ne p Qt
Guest speakers during the
..-- .- week will Include the Rev. Kenneth -

.;._ 41> 411 U Greet of London England
Tuesday night, and U S. Sen.
(!.4100----- George McGovern (D., S. D.) r

....,. ...... and cool Thursday night. Sen. McGovernwill
Chu. woothor was Hio f. for Florid todoy with roln, driiilo tomporoturoi International affairs .
predicted for north ...eI control Mctioni and portly clovd .... mild WMther for loulhirnMctioni. .speak on

A cold front I. movlnf tovth ovor tho north ...eI control Hctioni of tho ttoto. Mod The board Is expected to draf %
.rote tomporoturoi ..eI dry woothor ,.....Uy ,....ilecl ..., the sot of the notion. (AP Wlrophoto) policy statements on race rela

lions, church-state relations another a
Weatfiercost social issues for presents
tlon In April at the quadrennial

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cloudy and mild through Satur THE FSC GREEKS L,,
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day Preset OsTONIGHT '
forecast for the Lakeland area ONLYAT ..,tWVss l HUI soNS BAY
Low tonight in the forties B1FND i
Scattered light rain or drizzle is 1
predicted for today or tonight. CoD: Cloudy with occasionalrain 8:15 PM. I w 'ii"NT f rt a041MtA w n MIre StKjKI ttZ.Jt gJt: ,,

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day or Saturday night Low ems. r. .w ..
to 14 miles per hour. Humidity tonight in the forties THE DAVE BRUEBECK ...
I I will be moderate. E. cloud!.
F-G: Increasing E ( 11.-.._
The maximum temperature ness with occasional rain or QUARTET katY e.Ua1Yeu rN'.rer-:::.::. '....... I
71 and the drizzle later tonight. Cloudy w ? .
yesterday was over
1 night minimum was 57. No tonight and Saturday. Turn. rw -I'RICES- ......... (::......,... J

rain was recorded at the city ing cooler later and tonight. Advene $2.50 t $2.00
hall weather station Low tonight In the fifties. Box Office $3.00 t $2.SO I
Southwesterly winds 10 to 20 H
A: Considerable cloudinessand Tkkoti Avoiloblo Aft
miles hour, becoming
cool tonight and Saturday. per ? o Polk '....,.1 Both Climes ;
Scattered showers Saturday. variable northeast mostly 5 to 12 north miles and per .r e Student '......... Costar Now that you have acquired you are ready for

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2 LAKELAND LEDGER Friday. Feb. '14, JSK4
Castro Says GOV. Bryant Says. He ,

Citrus Commission Takes First Steps To Put He's EnemyOf Will Support Johnson

I TALLAHASSEE (AP) Gov On another subject, the gov-
MonotonyContinued Farris Bryant says he Intends emor disclosed that he has been
Booz Allen Hamilton Ideas Into EffectBy efforts
to support President Johnson at making backstage to get
( From Page One]) the Democratic National Con. the strike against the Florida

foot beat vention and feels the President East Coast Railway settled
right a nervous tat
DAVE PRATT 500 of the current budget on market research manager 1967-88 crop of 135 million and making a $60.000 donation too on the floor as he talked will be the party' next nominee lIa. Nit Powers
Ledger Staff Writer research projects, recommended $15000; commercial engineerIng boxes of oranges, 29 million to Foundation Farm near and listened whether all florida' congresl. He laid he had no powers to

The Florida Citrus Com mission for Immediate procedure. $19,000( ; market boxes of grapefruit and) five Leetbu" "If we don't produce here men orb with him or not. solve the problems Involved In
board of directors yes The staff positions and new development manager, $15,000 million boxes of other varieties Station Plans ApprovedIn we can't Import those things Bryant told newsmen Thurs' the year-long strike
maximum levels Hooks he understood that or President Johnson' participa-
terday approved recommendations salary you all want, like turronei (a day one
of the Industry Research recommended to the administrative Positions Replaced Booz Allen and Hamiltonwill addition, the commissioa Spanish candy popular at more of the Florida congress- lion In the dedication ceremony

Advisory Committee and the committee which In These positions, which will be retained to consult approved recommendations Christmas time), almonds, men were having s e con d for the cross state barge canal
commission' Administrative turn presented them for com become effective upon approval with Hooks on a "per diem regarding the Lake Alfred wines and automobiles," Castro thoughts about supporting John' may have to consist of pushing
Committee that will put into mission approval follow the by the Budget Commission basis at a cost not to exceed Station that will provide said son a button Feb 27 In Orlando,

effect the first steps toward Boot,.Allen and Hamilton recommendations supersede these present staff $3,000" The commission $5,000 to improve lu library "The almonds weren't The Itate' Democratic sena- Bryant ald.
Implementing the Boot Allen down the line. positions: administrative assistant further recommended facilities and to study the good this year" said a dark- tara and representatives, with a The Secret Service doesn't

and Hamilton study of commission They areGeneral: director of advertising Florida Citrus Mutual and ther possibility of making for a fur. skinned young man with a great splash of publicity, recent- want the President to ny the
operations. manager, $40.000; and merchandising assist other citrus organizations and struction of new research con looseleaf notebook tucked under Iy lined up 100 per cent behind long distance by helicopter

Homer E Hooks, general administrative director, $15,- ant director of advertising and Individuals present commentsand facilities there hm arm, Johnson from the nearest big airport to

manager of the commission, 000; advertising and publicity merchandising, advertising recommendations on the Other research recommendations "Where do you study?" Castro Bryant said he had no person- the dedication ceremonies near
report by April I, "so that al preference for a vice presi Palalka, Bryant ,aid .
has been given the job of fillIng director $30.000, field merchandising manager, merchandising man call for asked.
director of research and they may be considered priorto dential nominee. If Atty Gen. The button pushing i. not cerRobert .
13 new staff positions rec- director $27,000; ager, projects on mechanizationof "I'm In the basic secondary
commercial director director of economic and mar the preparation of the Kennedy gets the spot Lain, he added but the Presi-
ommended by Booz, Allen and development harvesting pound solids (high school!) course, he replied
1964 Commission budget he would decide at dent' plane might land at Mc'
Hamilton, on a, temporary basis $30000; scientific re ket research and air pollution and the with a pearly smile Bryant said
search director and the new advertising, mere that time whether he would IUP' Coy Air Force Base In Orlando
until future recommendations $15000
The commission also approved setting aside for further study Halls
chandising and research Production for Johnson participate,
for appointment are Economic research director adopting the objectives programs of Booz, Allen and Hamilton port_the 2
made $13,000; point-of-sales materials set forth by Boor Allen to go" into effect on recommendations that com "Well I want you to know -- -- '

Go-Ahead Given manager, $11,000; merchandising and Hamilton to increase consumption July 1, 1964. mission support be discontinued that we have started a course Throughway Will
promotion manager of citrus products Target Date Set on Internal decay control for ISO dairy specialists who

The commission also gave $15,000; merchandisingand to the level that the Industry A target date of not later research fruit color researchand will be running farms in two I

the go-ahead to spend $262, market analyst, $13000; can cope_with an. anticipated. than Sept. 1 has been set on routine quality control. years time, and that we have Top Priority ListThe
cows that are giving 16.
Booz. Allen and Hamilton The approval of Florida even
recommendations which will Citrus Commission supported 20 liters of milk a day," said north south throughway; missioners at Its meeting on

'> require action by the legislature recommendations made by Castro whose Interest In milk will top the City of Lakeland's Feb 25 at Bartow.
f 1EKHIAP1L Florida Citrus Mutual research Iowa and pastures has led him
in the spring of 1965, road list to be presentLakeland', number two priority
committee that "1100 to establish his own experimental priority
will be the widening of
Turning of the Industry to recommendations Research 000 be held in readiness and farm outside Havana. _ed_to_the__board__..__of--county-- _com State Road 37, South FloridaBoys1

Advisory Committee, the com available in the event that "In ten years we will be Avenue, from Glendale Streetto
ollftr mission agreed that any unspent (additional) worthy (research) producing more milk than Club the Medulla School Road.
projects are presented and Holland and .
more than
research funds left aft. The city commission will list
an appeal by Robert W, Rut-
France These
er June 30 be added to research dairy agronomists Its third top priority as the
perTlON ledge, executive vice president who Dinner SetFor'Monday
DA'i funds which will be we are now trainingwill widening of Kathleen Road
of Florida Citrus Mutual
make this
available in the 1964-65 year, possible from Interstate 4 southward
calling for of the workat
The Industry Research Advisory the Citrus support Experiment Station "It's an amazing thing thatI via Omohundro Street to Bay
r Committee wilt be re have found out somethingthat Street near Lake Wire Drive
and at Foundation Farm.In .
rained to review, at least oncea nobody had studied in
Other requested projects in
i other business, Florida W V. (Benny) Fenton will be
all of the citrus Cuba which Is how much
year re Citrus Commission confirmed pasture order of priority, to be present.
search being done. The Booz, presentation of the television it takes to produce a lit installed as president of the ed to the county commissionare

Allen and Hamilton proposalto program, "Queen For A er of milk." Boys' Club of Lakeland Mon- :

F set up a commercial development Day," at the Florida Citrus As for party politicians Castro day night at the annual dinner To widen, improve and construct -
project was also Exposition, at a cost under laid that "they had their meeting of the board of directors a secondary road begin.

& __ approved. '- -, $45,000; heard a report on the day In Cuba and all they did at 7 o'clock at the Boys' sing at State Road 600 (Lake
:i The research projects approved success of the grapefruit "fun was rob. They didn't build and Club building. He will replaceDr. land Memorial I Boulevard)

all recommendationsof faces" and orange "squeator" they didn't lay the foundationfor Jere Anni. northward along Lake Shore

rt Booz Allen and Hamilton promotions; approved the hiring production This Is what Other officers to be installedwill Drive and West Lake Parker
comprise technical and mar of B. J. Hunter Direco- we are doing first with the include William Lord vice Drive to El Paseo Street-

ket research projects on make tries, Inc, of Montreal as the social revolution and now president, who replaces Fenton;, To widen improve and con
ing dehydrated juice, selling commission's agent to expedite with the technical revolution." Scott Linder, treasurer, who re struct West Lake Parker Drive
orange juice In vending machines transport of point-of-sale Castro announced that he places William Skipper and from El Paseo t a Robson

and as a general re materials through Canadian was now reading Winston Leon Sikes Jr., secretary; who Street, westerly to the Inter-
fresher with special appeal to
customs and referred backto Churchill memoirs. "A tree
s replaces Clyde Martin section of State Highway 33,
the of selling
youth "
committee for presentationat mendous man. Castro said. Board of directors to be In- Lakeland Hills Boulevard.
citrus in packaged sections
the commission's next The young man who had not stalled will Include Melvin
To route from Flor
I l a
Improving quality,
meeting of the proposed grade liked the
almonds objected. Ustroff, Floyd Bowen Harvey
analyzing the market ida Avenue east to the Bartow
HEADQUARTERS OPENED-HtedauerMrt fer the Sp....,,* L. Hellene. Appreciation Day dinner of products, analyze potential standard on refrigerated sev I "But he was a colonialist" he Hardy and Willard R. Elsberry. Road, U.S. 98, as close as possible

h... bee opened In the Stuart Buildlnf .t ",tow. Present foe Ike opining were, from left, ing pesticide residues in citrus plus-one orange concen said The public is invited to attend to South Lakeland.

Munll Winilett, Cy Street, Bob Fulton, Mr*. Billy Tomeiello, Clarence Betw.ll J,., end W, O. Gill. pulp continuing freeze trate. Castro poked the youngsterIn the dinner meeting. Reservations The priority list was approved

ion )t., portion .f the committee which !I. planning Thursday's .", ci.es day activities. But resistance and climatology The commission gave M.a I the ribs "I think you are can be made by calling by the city commission in

tons en solo .t the headquarters fee dollar will..... es tickets for the dinner, (L.",., Pheta study at the Citrus Experiment standing the ovation commission to Ralph one of those cross-grained fel the Boys' Club. 1063 and the governing bodyat
Henry, con
Stuart) Station at Lake Alfred lows who always sees the Scott Linder will be master its meeting on Monday is set
by_ _____ ______ ________ ___ .______ ____ ________ u ___ __ -- --- ,- sultant on merchandising who I worst part of things You area of ceremonies at the dinner to again approve the same list. ,
will retire from the I
job on
dogmatist, Castro said i which will see Dr, James W.
April 30,
I Parrish Winter Park Baptist CITRUS SHIPMENTS

minister as the main speaker.Dr. .
Godwin SeeksReElection WINTER HAVEN .AP -8....... Cttr"l
Parrish, who had been
W. Berlin Tnnptcllon awes, JO .... report ,In
heard frequently in Lakeland, bom: ,
IS a past governor of Kiwanis Rill J7W43 OUrt 10.fiY 'ni i
Truck : ... 1IJ4J .
and has served as vice president -
Total e5 2M ji 512 1 MlOnnrrlri
Rejects of Stetson University De. 14. slat eta al ">JTcmplM
I Harry E. Land. : IUU a.1t : Uuik 14tWi ....
I of Godwin of Fort Meade announced ---- -..tat...!.l.-:! __ -
l II IIv
II IIit j today that he will be

Red OfferBONN a candidate for re-election for
I Constable in District Number! 1

it i iI Two.
I I I I I Germany (AP-The Godwin is a lifetime citizen
I I II I West German government and I of Polk County and of the district -

the West Berlin Senate turned I I in which he will run. !William DuggantExCommissioner. ORMOND R. HARRELL

down today the East German I "I seek election on my past Ormond R. Harrell, 58, of 612

offer to reopen the Berlin wall I I performance, and I will continue South Ingram Ave.. died in an
for the Easter holidays. to serve the people of District ,I auto accident near Haines City

A joint announcement bJ the! Two and Polk County to the Dies At Home yesterday. Harrell was a native
government and the Senate said best of my ability" he said of Crawfordsville Fla.. and

they were fully agreed on the William Thomas (Tommy;)I came here as a youth from Tallahassee

A FRIEND FOR COMPANIONSHIP BUT refusal! $ 3 54 TheftInvestigated Duggan Sr., a county commis. lie was a grove owner
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard'igovernment sioner for district no. 5 for eight: and opened the Harrells! Garden .
and the West Ber Centers In 1941 He attend
years died today at hit I
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK FOR MY EXECUTORMillions lin Senate accused the East residence at 517 East Orange I ed the Baptist Church

German government of misusing after a long Illness. He was 7(0 I He is survived by his widow,

the Christmas pass agreement Sheriffs years old. Mrs. Lucite Cromer Harrell:

of dollars ore lost each year by Executors who ore not quaM ed to carry out the many and varied duties of for political purposes. : By Mr Duggan was a native 01 f r one son, Jack R. Harrell, Lakeland .

settling an es'a'o.friend The East German governmenttried Tennessee and came here from I ; two brothers, Finley I.
to use the Christmas I Sheriffs deputies Etawaho Tenn., about 51 yean I Harrell Auburndale and H. S
agreement to bulwark its threeGermanys' are investigating the ago. He was employed by the Harrell of and four
A or relative. who Is 'Inexperienced in estate settlement. probably will, find it difficult" to carry through a salitfoo
theory, under which I theft of a money box con- Atlantic Coast Line Railroac I grandchildren.
tory administration quickly effectively and without, needless expense West Germany, East Germanyand taming $354 from the cafeteria from 1912 until 1924 and wai I Graveside services at Lake-

West Berlin are looked I of the Polk County Hospital general foreman for two count;,, land Memorial be
If you are considering. appointing o member of your family to hit vital" post, first ask yourself ,if he has the business upon as separate political entitles Hospital administrator Alvin commissioners, retiring In 1956. held at 2 o'clock Gardens tomorrow will allt -

knowledg. and estate experience required Collecting income, paying just debts, filing tax returns on or before proper dotes, This theory would end I Goldberg said the box, con He was a member of the Firs t emoon with the Rev. Joseph P

raising funds for paying, taxes, keeping, accurate records and making reports to the court these are only tome of the many hopes for the German reunification taining receipts from two days Baptist Church the Brotherhood .. Folds officiating
sought by Erhard of Railroad Trainmen,.
aspects of estate administration which demand wide understanding and specialized experience. How many Individuals do government disappeared Wednesday afternoon Friends may call from 4 to
and West Berlin underthe Goldberg said the was a 32 degree Mason, and belonged -
know who hove these qualifications money 9 o'clock tonight at the Dukes-
you leadership of Mayor Willy' was receipts from employeswho to the Moose Lodge. Steen Funeral Home.

Brandt. pay for their lunches at He is survived by his widow,
Or perhaps, you are thinking of naming o fruited business friend or associate your executor. Many men and women The Communists offered the the hospital .Irs. Nan Lee Duggan, two sons

of means consider such a step. But they often forget that the friend. is their contemporary that he may die, before or same conditions that allowed I Money TransferredHe W. T. Duggan Sr., of Games. MRS. MINNIE GREEN

shortly after the critical executorship, period. A friend may be ill at the time, your family need.-..,. advice, or he may more than SCO.000 West Berliners added that the money had yule and C R. Duggan Lakeland Mrs. Minnie Z Green, 79, of
to visit relatives in East: been transferred from the cash ; two daughters, Mrs. J.R. ., 1517 West 2nd Street, died yes.
b. out of town on business Then too, few businessmen or women con afford to take time out from their own pressing
Berlin for family reunions due register to the metal box prior Neusome Lakeland and Mrs. terday at her residence She
business o'fairt to devote their full energies to the duty of settling a friend. estate and looking out for hn financial ,
family ing the Christmas and New to its being deposited with other J. M. High Jefferson City, was a native of Birmingham,
needs. Year's holidays on one- passes. Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. brothers and three sisters She was a member of the First

THE ADVANTAGES OF FLORIDA NATIONAL AS EXECUTOROur DeReus explained that all hose Graveside Services will beheld Assembly of God Church and

pital personnel are being checked. at 10 o'clock Monday morn- a charter member of the Royal
trust officers hove many years of experience in settling, estates of various sties -- large and small. They are HospitalLoan I ng at Lakeview Cemetery with, Neighbors of America.

available any business, day If you name this Bonk executor, you are assured that your family, will, at times, when needed, He added that to far deputies ,services directed by the Masonic She is survived by one son

have a reliable source of advice on financial matters Furthermore, our trust officers devote their full undivided, attention to Gets have found no trace of the mon Lodge No. (I. Gentry-Morrison Irvin Reynolds Horton, Lakeland
ey or the box. I Funeral Home Is In charge olarangements f ; two daughters, Mrs. Helen
the task of settling estates. for such Is their, career Your family's financial, welfare Is entrusted to a seasoned, financially Friends may call Lightsey and Mrs Betty M

responsible trust organization, that has successfully administered many estates State OkayContinued HundredsFlock from :I until o'clock Monday. M lIam, both of Lakeland; sit

grandchildren and 14 greal

( From Page One) To View GEORGE W. FRIEND SR. grandchildren.
CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEYAND Services will be held tomor-
commission's hospital board Police StationHundreds George W. Friend Sr., 82, of row afternoon at 4 o'clock
VISIT OUR gave its approval to the Lakeland 602 North Tennessee, died this the Gentry Morrison Chapel

application at its meet. of flockedto morning at Lakeland General with burial to be in the Rose
ing last Friday at Jacksonville persons Hospital after a long Illness. He lawn Cemetery. Friends may
the Lakeland Police
TRUST DEPARTMENT"Polk Depart was a native of Kentucky and
this call from 7 until 9 o'clock tonight
ment morning as an
here 50
The Lakeland General expects came years ago. .
louse was held there in connection -
to begin construction of He was a retired insurance -
: with Crime Prevention
its $2 million wing this sum salesman with Gulf Life Insurance -
Week sponsored by the Ex- THOfttffOt.t !
mer ; was a member of the
County's Oldest National Bank"WITH Lakeland la low on the priority change Tours Club will of be Lakeland.conducted by Quaker Church of Kentuckyand ''M MORIHOME' ,

list for Hill Burton police personnel until 4:30 was a veteran of World 1'" J1e; A": .
Act funds for general hospital War I.
o'clock this afternoon as the MV )..'"
construction. The $276,545' police station on Lake Wire He is survived by his widow '........ ..... ,
grant will be made under a Drive is once again thrown Mrs. Artie Friend; three sons, .""' ""'" :
special provision of the act open to the visiting public. George W Friend Jr., and William -
for diagnostic and psychiatric The open house culminates a J. Friend both of Plant
facilities week City and Robert F Friend.
of activities by the Exchange
1 Club as they concen Winter Haven, three sisters Dukes Steen
POULTRY EGGS I trate on combating crime An. Robert Thorpe Dayton i

Theme of the week was Link Ohio Mrs Earl Burnett, Muncie -
TRUST DEPARTMENT TAMPA.. eurrii'APt-Elr...llhaD"market.or.........per 10"l..r. forces to chain crime." Ind and Mrs Minerva Hendrix -I Funeral Home

.0".'. H.t ,. Exchange Club members Cincinnati Ohio: and
113 S. T.nn. A".. Open tvery'ridey eAN Wes.ht C...... : placed posters in Lakeland eight grandchildren.

Evening aean.4 I :' iH: :{{tr- mow.: :!icy Business offices and other Services will be held tomorrow 310 S. Florida

'm.U 1.0. .36\s.J"iy .] uildmgs, had a proclamation at 2 o'clock
MtM.e. PIO.RAL O1POe1T IN.URAa1Ca CORPORATION mo. 7K at the Gen-
Meese CLORIOA NATIONAL eeoc. op ares. 4 00 to 7:00 P.M. all sass her ID" ....,......'100.mIN._01 aaa.te ::1-1 ce.u, signed by Mayor Harold Grlz- try-Morrison Funeral Home. Phone MU 2-3123
Whol..." prim.ap OD DsWtre plated zard, and held a meeting, with Burial will be in Roselawn
at I.rmo: .. h.. FREE PARKING THROUGH DOWNTOWN PARK 'N SHOP PLAN Mlra. r.i"ort .." 1a. O the: Junior. Exchange Club at emetrry Friends may call at
> !I. Mporwil lb> O A
brill lit Mi h. no .ass the Lakeland Police Department the chapel from 7 until ambulance service
r..d.b.1. :
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I 1_LAKELAND LEDGER Friday Feb. 14. 11164 Ir _
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s th : -

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I To Meeting MondayTAMPA
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationStation A national agency I Methodist General Conference, Yw.-
of the Methodist church, the the church's top legislative and PARS

II. L. Chicago ....r...... 35 25 Milwaukee ...... ...33 9 General Board of Christian Social licy.miking body, to be heldin with Ib,
Miami ............. 72 60 Cincinnati......... 38 29 MPIs-St. Paul ...... 31 16 Concerns, will open Its annual Pittsburgh .j 1 tonnettio i t G
Jacksonville ........ 70 51 Cleveland .......... 34 29 New Orleans ....... 75 45 five-day meeting her Mon The Rev A Dudley Ward of I I" SB.OW1
Kpy West .......... 78 64 Denver ............ 38 23 New York ......... 39 34 day at the Causeway Inn. I Washington ii general secretaryof I pRB"M1ERB
LAKELAND ....... 71 57 Del Moines ........ 33 18 Omaha ............. 38 25 The member board, with the board. In addition to I FfM '
Ocala .............. 73 115 Detroit ... .......... 37 28 Philadelphia ....... 40 34 executive headquarters In Washington members and staff, he said the U.S. A.:
Pensacola .......... 66 42 Fairbanks........ .12 .20 Pittsburgh ......... 35 31 D. C., is responsible lora meeting will be attended by
Sarasota ........... 73 59 Fort Worth ........ 49 29 St. Louis .......... 39 26 churchwlde program of education -numerous officials of the church nDNfQ1' ?."chiogs
Tallahassee ........84 50 Honolulu ........... 82 70 San Francisco ..... 57 50 research and social action including Bishop James W Hen- o.bi"\>,
Tampa ............. 71 59 Indianapolis .......34 20 Seattle ............. 47 38 In three areas human ley of Jacksonville .h..iog
W. Palm Beach ... 72 59 Juneau.. .......... 39 35 Washington ........ 43 36 relations and economic affairs color 61tn Kennedy etas V.,arts'xc.anB ...'
Atlanta .........._. 49 31 Kansas City .......43 30 BAROMETER peace and world order temperance Italians Strike $ in the / Rdotioat
Boston ............. 45 33 Los Angeles ....... 68 47 7 a.m. 29.93 I p.m. Thurs. and general welfare. Raft Cil1.l/i SER Dpr0tented
Charleston ......... 60 54 Memphis ..........48 26 3003CH b the WILL JIB
Iowa Bishop President JobsROME 1. 7-30 *..*
Transport IltFIl\S\\JitNtS "
Bishop F Gerald Ensley, Des FREE eocnUtg.

QAa Moines la, is president of the (AP) One hundred Ih".gh friJaY R'fATION l'JIlNlSitDSi.I lik"11 >rp

board. thousand public transport work Monday S\' 00&4 td
The three vice presidents each will
era were ordered out on a one. and w. Attire
heading a division, are Bishop "T liJ.j101 !o..t
f rarw.yr. r r a'M n day nationwide strike today. yR4 l
John Wesley Lord. Washington Lalttl.o.i
1. rBJJR, Millions of Italians were stranded .
D C.; Bishop A Raymond Ave.a -
by a shutdown in bus and
bd ? AUt f Grant, Portland Ore., and streetcar service S.'tcUl"SCC
Bishop Kenneth W. Copeland ,
Communist and non-Commu '
,u ...,.. .,,. Lincoln Neb. nist unions joined In the strike r
Robert T Mann Tampa law.
and Hillsborough County after prolonged negotiations i(4( 4ttU4!f4' tA,
yer rv
N >
deadlocked in a contract dn -
representative In the state legls
lature, ii treasurer of the board pute. !
The only other Florida member -
I I'p
q Is the Rev George A Foster -

Ceia Methodist Church
Ay. The board leSS ion. will open
+. T we. with a dinner meeting Monday. .

-...-- Bishop Ensley will give the keynote ( e' j
...-.::;;.-..- address.

-w..s ...awaw..srw.as Senator To Speak
---- allaaIt0-M..N tg I 4 rwy
Guest speakers during the f i
sad Mw ..a week will include the Rev. Ken M '

10'ywwwa 6> -a Ctrm"" neth Greet of London England,
Tuesday night, and U S. Sen
<".!ar4M.ir.+ George McGovern (D., S. D.)

."...bl. wnHitr wee tk. ",.c..t for Florida todoy with rain, dnitlo sad cool tomporoturat Thursday night. Sen. McGovernwill .
,..ofiet." for north and control actions and partly cloudy ."of mild "..th., for ....th.,.. .speak on international affairs

..ctl..... A cold, front ll moving south over ttio north sod control Motion) of Hio Itoto. Mod- The board Is expected to draft r

.,.t. tomporoturot sod. dry weather gonorolly provoilod war tko root of the notion.. AP Wirophoto) policy statements on race relations

church-state relations and
WeathercastPartly other social issues for presentation .

w.. In April at the quadrennial 1, ,rh7IDSGetC"
cloudy to occasionally eeww+ B e a .....sey \fl:7c1

cloudy and mild through Satur THE FSC GREEKS r
day is the weather bureau's L. ,..... OaTONIGHT

forecast for the Lakeland area. Low tonight In the forties ONLYAT PLFHQ D of t HUDSON* BAY 1
Scattered light rain or drizzle Is l'' VIIISKY rc
predicted for today or tonight. C.D: Cloudy with occasional m.oe 8:15 PM. 'i1rNtlrji, COI'S ooveihwMrsM 9k. .!'At..a
rain or drizzle Late Satur ...
Variable winds will blow 8 """' Branscomb Auditorium BlINDED SCOTCH "1JIS Y
day or Saturday night. Low Suw --t C Ma.. 4 .YO-' d
to 14 miles per hour. Humidity tonight in the forties e 1 THE DAVE BRUEBECK xwr..e.we..rar.ru.rrsrr ***
r will be moderate. E.F-G: Increasing cloudiness : F "
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The maximum temperature with occasional rain or QUARTET ......... -- ..-
yesterday was 71 and the over drizzle later tonight. Cloudy
night minimum was 57. No tonight and Saturday. Turning e" PRICES r.tl..4 n..: .s. 47.r,
rain was recorded at the city cooler later and tonight. Advance $2.50 t $2.00 f1 ir

hall weather station Low tonight In the fifties. Box Office ,$3.00 I $2.50 -- ...o4,,
Southwesterly winds 10 to 20 H
A: Considerable cloudiness miles per hour, becoming Tkkoti Available Atl w
and cool tonight and Saturday. variable north and e Polk Fodorol loth OHicoe for
mostly that have ready
Scattered showers Saturday. northeast 5 to 12 miles per Student Pononnal ContorSC. Now you acquired you arc

Low tonight 36 to 44. hour tonight and Saturday a 'I

B: Cloudy through Saturday HIJ.K: Partly cloudy Ij1pRti II FOR RESERVATIONS a taste for scotch. .. Hudson's BaySHOP
with occasional rain Jate through Saturday. Low tonightin HONI 682-1150
,Saturday; or Saturday night. the sixties. I j



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Training In Polk 1' 0 BlotBy


LAKELAND Industrial Board mem- At Lakeland High School there is I 1l1j. DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTONWhat resented the Implication that,
W Is the because they happen to own
bers began to speak up several months an extensive vocational program that
real significance of the "Bob- certain stocks they would nee
ago to urge that vocational trainingbe consists of basic instruction in such by Baker case" wnich has essarily act favorably toward
made available in the Lakelandarea
fields as agriculture electronics me- been getting the headlines frequently these same companies In fact,
to meet the need for welders,
chanics and industrial arts in addi- during the last several some senators have publicly
automobile mechanics and other craftsmen
tion to the diversified cooperative weeks? Is It the former secretary disclosed their holding and

training program in which more than of the Senate majority have stated that they have voted

Since then Dr. Fred Lenfesty has 100 boys and girls are enrolled. alone who It on trial, or U It against legislation which
been chosen for the presidency of the the entire political system of might be of benefit to these
junior college being established in This essential training at the high the United States also-not particular companies

school has been showing excellent results only the federal government, But for every member of
Polk County and has assumed his duties -
over the years but no( claim is but the state city: and county congress who discloses that
wHh. "t government? he is voting against his own
made to turning out finished productsin j.. E IidVU.4PsrL
In a Lakeland speech last week, such vocational areas as automobile The national government It financial Interests there are
Dr. Lenfes'y too, emphasized the need perhaps more under scrutiny many who may find themselves -
mechanics and welding, for Instance. became whatever example it put In an awkward position
for vocational training and said a cer-
Looking toward a substantially expanded let In Washington it usually offered by having voted for
tain amount of such training would be vocational that will a* a defense or alibi for something that may have
offered by the Junior college which program Improper practice In other divisions benefited them. Yet in their
will open in temporary quarters next be open to adults the County School of government. own minds they may feel absolutely -
Board has this week employed a vo- of the certain that the votes
fall at the Bartow Air Base. The vast majority
cational specialist who will be in supervisory public servants In America are were cast on the merit of the
Lakeland's Mayor Harold Grizzardand charge of vocational training honest Individuals. They would issue and not with any thoughtof
members of the Industrial Board personal benefit. But can
in not knowingly use their positions -
the junior college.
now find themselves somewhat at issue to reap private gain But the public always be persuaded
So the much-desired program is on an atmosphere has been cre- that this Is true?
over the matter of vocational train-
the way and can be expanded as the ated by others which makes It Merely to ask the questionis

ing. demand increases and funds are avail- easy for the American peopleto to Illustrate the extent of
It is the Mayor's contention that put all public officials, highor the difficulties and embarrassments

the Industrial Board should concen- able. low in the tame category. that surround the men
who go into public office
trate on getting new industries for the BASICALLY the trouble lies Should they divest themselvesof

Lakeland area and leave the matter of Florida InvadedFLORIDA B r-r nmrinnmfflniY vim -"TTrriTrrircBK In a failure by some Individuals all holdings? Should. they

vocational training to the County to abide by what ought to sever all connection with former

School Board. has been invaded by the be a code of ethics for persons businesses or law offices?
Voice of the in public office. They After all, a member of con.
British Beatles. People]
There need be no clash over this should not accept money or gress doesn't stay In Congressfor

basic matter They arrived at Miami Interna- valuable gifts or favors that life. He may be defeated

tional and 4,000 can be construed as a form of at the end of two or six years
Airport yesterday
The Industrial Board has rendereda
tee surrendered r.iiiji* MMijs.This !Is The Ledger's Opinion Page* bribery or a* an effort to Influence and find himself without a
screaming n agers
proper service by calling attentionto governmental action In means of livelihood. It Is much
the need for much more extensive without even -semblance of a struggle the way of special privilege easier for him to return to
vocational training than is now avail- nil odltoffol/ pf offers eke ,,_.,.,.,'. awe oplnloni. .. .."... .f ......t '.'..... hi th. to the donors of such gifts his previous business or profession
drtotbl. ..1..", ,. It wolcom** th. .pinions' .f ...aI... I In th* Vole of th. ,.opt. C.h..".. Lott... "' .... for Instance should .
able. So much Joyous pandemonium ex- k. slnd nd ..., Hi. writ..ddrss. ....... Why,
but will k* withhold upon "..,..,. A .lottof should. not employe of the House or
Now the School Board and the ploded that 30 of the youngsters were ..c.... 250 ......, .nd pootry ...". k. ....... Th* Ldr, ,....... th. eight, .. rojoct *., lottor *r any Senate-whether he Is a secretary BUT EVEN when members

junior college can follow through. injured. ......." M. Opinions. .f tlun...... *.. othor c......""....* *,,.., .l.*whr. .. th* ,**.. or other official-or a divest themselves of all holding

Industrial Board members became Police struggled but didn't have In private companies and
the Lake Morton School site can truthfully declare that
interested in the matter in connection much of a chance. Replies To and not in a congested area. UnfairnessIs NailtJtt l they have no "conflict of interest

with contacts they made in their quest What is it about these Beatles that You cannot stop progress, if/fpfn ," what shall be said of

for new industries Industrial repre- makes the teen-agers, specifically the 'Tax Weary'EDITOR *o let's work for progress in WrongEDITOR the member of congress who)
openly avows that he can arrange
the directionCongratulations .
sentatives stressed that training shouldbe gal younguns hysterical? right member of Congress permitthe to have more money

provided for young men especiallywho It's the different kind of music the : I couldn't let an for to The Led. : Sine the death of impression to be formed spent by the federal govern

are without specific vocational different kind of hair-do, and appar- article like "Tax Weary" per ger conviction.expressing I and many Its firm taxpayers President Kennedy there has that the way to get things doneIs ment In his district or state

qualifications. ently, a dash of sex appeal. sons' gripe go unanswered for firmly believe that if been a record amount of reckless I to bestow financial benefits than the opposing candidatecan
those who
or gifts upon ? Isn't the flow of federal
Many of these young men quit Whatever it is, it is working like we are winter tourists of nine the library It Is would built on the tamepremise talk. Some of this has have the power to Issue rules funds to particular area a
winters and love the of be a serious
school before they became qualifiedfor wild magic, making the teen-sgers delirious Lakeland city and costly mistake. come from high places. We and regulations or to appropriate means of Insuring the electionor
watched It
a vocation and need to fit them- and rolling in big money for growso believe it is wrong to be unfair governmental funds? re-election of senators or
selves for much. CASIMIR OSKIERKO even with a criminal It Is not easy to draw the representatives? Are not pub-
specific jobs. the Beatles. Surely some of the gas tax One experience In the hectic lint between private and pub lic funds used as an Indirect
and money tourists have spent lic business A member of form of subsidy in that they
life of the
have been a help to do this A Mother assassin was a congress who frequently accepts benefit particular voters who
The people who come to Florida stay In New York City, as a a fee for public speaking in turn become active In political

are not on relief or asking little boy. It Is a well known from either a labor group or campaigns and do their
I. Bartow's Holland Event for help of any kind and Speaks Out fact that a boy who doesn't a businessmen's group may in utmost to secure the electionof

a* far a* I know belong is In mortal danger his own mind feel that the the members of congress
There are many who com EDITOR Seeing the letter money was paid to him as a who have helped to steer ap-
WHAT THE PEOPLE in -a man's sell one of Holland's long time from many states and all about children's attitudes toward A* one whose resident In that speaker and not as a government propriations In their direction?

own hometown think about him is a friends. Holland and Russell as fellow spend money here and don't drivers prompts me to region Included a summer in official. But the public Each Individual has to make

pretty reliable indication as to what conservatives have stood side-by-side ask charity. We pay a. we write also. a state reformatory I can will not always look at it that up his own mind as to what is
go What would the motels Every afternoon when school readily imagine this Fortunately way. proper conduct, and what I i.
he really is. to fight many battles together in the all stations stores and now, lets put there I I. seemingly a he escaped with his There are also many senators Improper. The deplorable as
And the U. S Senate. even taverns do? desire to prove something 'is
people of Senator on life Now the Incredible and representatives who pect of the "Baker case"
Spessard L. Holland's hometown of Russell came to Lakeland and I do not approve of tavern, the part of a large number of were members of law firms that an employe of the United
nor do I hate them. People boys and girl at Lakeland charge that he was "danger.ous. before coming to Washingtonand States Senate who had a close
made Park when
Bartow are brimming full of admira- a speech in Munn "
should have enough will powerto Junior High. It seems that This little, sensitive who have represented important acquaintance with senatorswas
tion for him. he was running for the presidential take it or leave It. they can hardly wait to get a stranger boy against a tough business or labor Interests able to persuade other

They know him as well as a home- nomination. And at the Democratic So "Tax Weary" should go comfortable distance from the city crowd is rated "danger. When they cease to people that It would certainlydo
town know convention in Chicago when Russell's live someplace else and not school-1/4 to 1 block-to get ou." be active members of these them no harm to count him
can anybody too. He was try to make tourists hate your out their cigarette, Jaywalkat In law firms, some nevertheless in on various venture In the
in Holland
name was placed nomination contrast to this supercritical

born in Bartow and has been living lovely city. every opportunity whether attitude toward continue to receive money field of business and finance.

there all his 71 years. His four yearsin was one of the first of the digni- NAME WITHHELD there I I. traffic or not or, act of violence we find one an from the total receipt of these There are ways to be honest

Tallahassee as Governor and the taries to grab a Russell banner and cross against the light unless unlimited tolerance for mobs firm and to serve the public In a

18 years he has been serving in Wash- start marching along the aisles while there Is a policeman standing that ignore laws, destroy prop- dedicated manner-and there

ington have been leave-of-absence the music from the brass band and the Backs Morton nearby. erty and kill people. The pat THERE HAS been much discussion are wavs, unfortunately, to
pipe organ rolled out over the crowdof Many of these children's parents tern is gaining worldwide popularity too as to what constitute creste the impression that public
years. possibly wouldn't believe "conflict of Interest.
Powerful nations are officials. In their desire to
Each year when Holland comes 19,000 and shook the building. School Site you if you told them this; or paralyzed by pity for the It has been argued that members make money while In the government

home from the turmoilto Now, Russell is coming to help perhaps they haven't proper weak, who show little appreciation of Congress should not service use their positions
Washington Bartow appreciate Holland and say EDITOR: Let the heads respect for authority themselves We earnestly hope that retain any ownership of stocksIn to Increase their own
relax between sessions Bartow'lcivic Holland ought to on serving in the make no more mistakes like It's hard to know whatto the remedy will not involve companies which may be assets and incomes The
clubs have a joint luncheon at Senate.It go they made on a postoffice site think. "fighting fire with fire." affected by 'legislation' comingup "Baker case" has certainly

which they welcome him home and Let have before congress. But Senators given service In the govern
us AN
will be a sentimental occasionof C. G. B. and representative have ment an undeserved black eye.
have him speak. It is a great home-
great jubilation by people of one
coming occasion each time.
mind about Bartow's favorite son.

cial Now kind Bartow of event is honoring ready with him.a It spe-is The Cold Gimlet Eye Of Reality I IInk

to be a Holland appreciation event Cats And Dogs Too? ,
an informal buffet at the Bartow Air

Base on Thursday of next week at 8 GOVERNOR BRYANT is an oblig- By RALPH McOlLLPubU.her after, barring war on some ficlent educational system Is, Character Recognition yond high school graduation

p.m., with the Bartow Chamber of ing fellow. Atlanta of The national disaster in a sense for the llte of machine mad this unnecessary to teach those not to
Commerce as the A in West told THERE ARE now more high college board score who college
organization youngster Virginia some modern kill or
Time was when statistics than four million student enrolled are ready to get down to the TWO LARGE New York "experience."
his classmates that in Florida it sometimes were regarded as dull columnsof in college, part time serious business of learning banks, for example, reportedthat there Obviously,
It will be a warm salute to Hol- rains frogs and tiny frogs figures produced by banks and full time. Jesse Hobson There is another story. in 1960 they had hired -and must action careful studies \

land as he makes ready to run for re- His classmates were skeptical and business former director of the Stanford Job for young people 144 machine bookkeeper, 115 Here again the young people \

election. Thus his Bartow neighborswill So the youngster wrote to Gov- But not any more now of Research the Armour Institute Research and especially the unskilled, are In 1961. and in 1962 the year of the South are the more han "

be saying to the remainder of the ernor Bryant for verification and The statistic of our day Foundation estimate that by disappearing of 1950 to During 1960 for the example period The the new insurance machine Industry came is none.another dicapped and disadvantaged.Their .

people of Florida that they still be- got It. and time are productive of the year 2.000 a mere 36 the number of telephones where automation Is elders are still spendingtoo
much time, and
lieve in him still think he is a choice We'll go along with that. shocks So overwhelming are years away there will b* between In use grew by 31 million. making a difference In jobs emotion on where energy a colored
Statesman to be some of the statistical conclusions IS million and 25 mil Yet, the number of telephone for young Inexperienced
in high
helping But we've often heard sit
Washington people say lion students In Institution of person may or eat -. One
that frustrations operators IS to 24 of
enormou years school graduates The
with the nation's business it rained cats and dogs and we'd sure develop Hands higher learning In this coun age dropped from about 130- same of the big questions of the
are story runs through all of business present and future is whether
A special visitor for the occasion appreciate it if the Governor would wrung and breasts beaten. try.The 000 to 81,000 The banking industry and industry. the Southern leadership will

will be Georgia's U. S. Senator Rus- shed some light on that one, too. Since there are no ready answers University of California once employed a large What Is society going to do give priority to educatingtheir
but only a long hard la building three new cam number of Inexperienced high with this one?
row to hoe with no end in puses each to care for 23- school graduates as machine One proposal Is to young people or spend
A THOUGHT-John answered No one can receive anything except what is given him from 000 students. bookkeepers. The In keep their time propping up a past
Magnetic pupils school two
heaven.-John 3:27.: There are now seven cam- year be- that Is gone.

Q1JtI"C.Ot pus In the California system
the total enrollment Is
: .tt/iiifS i1& 64640. The projections are for

LAKELAND LEDGER the 119,000 year by 2000.1975 and 214.000 by Potomac FeverBy

sight apathy develops. Thereis
an unwillingness to look
.. A HUGE complex of Indus.
ni Ni rPATt .cewita III.I into the
I Imperial i I Polk County In ru..:i,""',, 10".....".,.NARRLON a..rM... v....... reality cold gimlet eye of tries has developed in California FLETCHER KNEBEL /
.. ....... _... .
CL'''' 10. M '" because the universitiesare Barry Goldwater to invade
World's Citrus Center '""" -,:: ..' ... r... GNARL,of,NUN,"; 'i.:: These statistical shocks are there. The university system act will be to repeal fire wants prevention week.Cuba. If elected president, Barry'f first
aRICNARa aA heaviest In
".. ......_. education employ has more top flight scientists v
ment-unemployment, and in engineers and researchers *
the glacierlike growth (and than any other educational Lament of the day: neither cold nor heat'll crush the English Beatle.
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partments-686.1151 power) of the city slums or center in the nation *
ghettos. Each is closely related Its various faculties are
And paramount in eachIs LBJ background music: Republicans seem determined to convince us that
Involved In vital'
every aspectof
SUISCRIWON HATH the growing problem of the California today water the man in the White House is a stereotype.

OnYr . .. . $2010 On. Month .. .. . $1.75 young American. supply forestry techniques of *

SU Months . .. $'0.40 Wish . . .. .. .40 In education conservative agriculture, industrial development Princess Irene of Holland chooses love ahead of the throne. Faced with

Thr.. Months . . $ S.10 S......, Only" Y... . ,. $7.10 observer say with assurance the arts and so on. the same choice Gov. Rockefeller demanded equal time.
that the number of students Education Is used a* a resource .
likely to be enrolled in the California spends to
'u."...." ....,...,,. *.u pl Saturday. .nd .. $,".., ", ...i". .y Loktlorid. N.w.,.,., Car*. colleges and universities can support It. But because of WI1.n man gets to the moon he'll find things pretty much the same as at
be expected to double in 10 home. The TV always Deeds fixing.
Uktl.nd, Florid. 11102 to genuine commitment to edu.
12 years triple In 20 to 2S cation the state makes a *
years and continue upwardfor profit. If Chase Smith
Margaret makes the W hit e House will the
a substantial period there But this vast, excellent, ef- plane be called the Suffrajet? presidential

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I, \,, ," r ."t.',1"H ," 'fI ";t GOP Strategists Say .i.I!I Book Focuses On Christian Unity. I

> ; I NEW YORK (AP) When even at times when they them- facade to Christianity, partially "One point should be made
Goldwater Ruined IssueBy I viewing Christianity, the attention selvea don't realize 11.," fooling ourselves, and cheating I quite clear," he advises the
I tends to focus on the denominational I Aa a practicing Christian, a those outside the church." 1 reader. "The Insights set down
_""'v I differences( the vestryman at New York City' Thus, this book, written with j here are not of my own mak
'J'RACTICI FULTON LEWIS. JR. Republicans gathered here In theological conflicts which separate St. Mark's In The Bowerle! the beautifully flowing mastery 1 ing, but are the bequests of the
WASHINGTON GOP a trategiiU Washington, charged that political the believers. Church Cornell is concernedthat of language for which Cornell I II. Christian/ -community My place
ere concerned that platforms are "at best, a In "The Way and It ts Ways," "we have given a false I. famous within the fraternity I ss a reporter Is not to originate
Goldwater torpedoed the very packet of misinformation and author George W. Cornell strips of newsmen, came Into being I definitions and Interpretations.
issue they expected to use lies" away the dividing factors Press "There is one 'way,' even I but to absorb and disseminatethem
most successfully this (all.Ooldwtter There Is a good deal of among and within Protestantism though It has many ways," I reliably and in proportion
; truth in what Goldwater says. .Roman Catholicism and, Cornell writes. "It is this, It I ."
Joined Jacky But he must know that Republicans Eastern Orthodoxy. He uncovers Ignores SovietAgent's seems to me, that needs to be Cornell's viewpoint offers the
Pear on coast- will draft a platform at "a common ground of faith, more fully recognized If 'the believer I churchgoer an opportunity to
to coast television a. San Francisco, and he must compatible and essentially undeviating DefectionMOSCOW are to know their brothers see over the walls of his denomination
1s Jan. 31., know, too, that its chief author that ruin through and the wanderer Is to see : and the nonbeliever a
j The Arizona' !JI' t will be a solid conservative them all" the way home I challenging refutation of his
1'Z Senator was.perfectly the highly-respected Rep. (AP-Not a tine True To Calling I nnnbelicf
Few So
at has been in the Moscow .
published -- -- ---
Melvin R..Lalrd.Democrats Although he focuses on the -- -- -- -
1'i i eats and one have undoubtedly Cornell brings to Ills task a press or carried on the radio commonly shared truths of Complete
op COP colleague, filed for future use the Gold- qualification[ shared by few professional about the defection of Yur i Christianity, the author devotes INSURANCE
never a booster writers. During his 12 Nossenko, an expert on the Soviet '
A water attack on party plat one chapter to an examination SERVICE
t ta observed: .-: as religious news editorof delegation to the disarmament '
forms. At a suitable[ time In years of some of the by-ways of its ....
"Barry was LEWIS the campaign, every voting The Associated Press, he has conference In Geneva.A many forms looter Upshaw,
perfect He American will\ be remindedthat covered national and Interna- brief digest of the statetnen t He remains true to his pro'f Inc. ?
couldn't have been better:' Goldwater or, if he tional church meetings, visited of Semyon Tsarapkin, chief 01 csslonal calling. Ml S. TOM "vo. f*, tM 1111
Wrong, discovered GOP experts does not get the nomination Rome and traveled the Judean the Soviet delegation, assailln :
as they read the transcript some other GOP leader is paths Christ trod. the Swiss for letting the ma
of Coldwater'i Interview. running for President on a "It has fascinated me." he Ret away, was carried In the
Asked his opinion of TV-radio platform that ts at best "a writes, "to find how much one English language service 01 t i \
debates In a Presidential cam packet of misinformation and church environment seems an Toss distributed abroad. This I II |
+ paign. Goldwater called them lies," echo, an almost hauntingly familiar not available for publication 1 n
unwise: repetition, of another.::1 the Soviet Union. en! item
"I think It'. kind of dangerous I *
RUN- Fir Chief Chorloi M. Dl elvM cocoa to subject a President of ALWAYS FIRST DUALITY *
fl.! .", *.. few pointer M the operation of fir* hot .....1. while the United States to questioning Baby Is Born
noklni/ ,I.". for the United Fund porod. In downtown Lokelond. and debate After all, OPEN UNTIL
een._ Younf John. Runyon, urn of Mr. and M... Willlom Run. his ts the most responsible To 10YearOldChicago
yon 727 ElUrb Wy, I I. the .*r of fh* United trod ", .vl., "Tk job In the world and he might I P.M.
Wonderful Worid *f John Runyon." Younf Runyon will rid. In the just slip and say something Girl 8:00
,.'.01. thot b flni *t tKo civic center tomorrow end which will be that could change the courseof OPEN
led by the ,Ire anoint.United history"The TONIGHTPREINVENTORY
Republican experts were CHICAGO (APA 10-year
aghast. It Is no secret they old girl gave birth Wednesday Y
expect to make Lyndon John night to a pound, U-ounci
Fund Parade son's refusal to debate a central girl and became the younges ii'
campaign issue. mother on record In Chicago. SALE

Afternoon spelled While Johnson out hit has campaign not yet grade The pupil child-mother, and the baby a fourtl wen ; STILL GOING ON! !
plans, it Is thought doubtful reported In good condition bj
that he will take on his GOP
the physician who delivered Tonight
opponent in debate. The President infant by Caesarean section a' Typewriters
With[ 23 units scheduled to appear at the youngsters and othen I holds rein on a notor St. Bernard's Hospital. Th e''
in the line of march, tool who are helped by this campaign iously short temper and he is ;child had been taken to the hOI Sale Now ForGraduafion
known be afraid that he
morrow's parade for the United Kent tald. to pltal three weeks ago after :
Fund campaign should rank all The parade, which will be lei might lose it. parochial school teacher dls
one of the longest to be routed by one of the city's big red fin The White House has leaked covered the girl( was pregnant !
through the downtown Lakelandarea trucks, Is to form at the New, the news that Johnson will
In several yean. Civic Center Building, with the, not debate. Presidential lieutenants I Hospital authorities said thi And Every /Mon., Thurs./ & Fri.

The line of march for the line of march following the north I have moved to bottle baby was taken They to said St. Vincent'there Ii sa SAVE As Much
in Congress legislation
event which starts at 1:30: p.m., side of Lake Mirror to Main I up
little chance the moths
will Include organizations which Street and west to Florida Avenue that would permit network COME ON
will her daughter
of the debates
coverage As 40
participate in the United Fund then south one block tc IN
program, representatives of the Lemon Street and east to Lake Moaned a Republican leader I A year-old boy was said t<
long favorable to Gold- be the father.
Mirror and the
starting point.
city and the chamber of com-
water: "How the Hell can wed record
I department K. T. JONES CO.
merce, and marching bands of Riding the fire truck will b<
use this Issue now that Barry show there have been 1J birth P.M.'TIL
city schools, according to Jer- John Runyon, five -year- has put In his two cents in Chicago by 11-year-old since OFFICI MACHINES FURNITURI SUPPLIES .
ard A. Kent campaign chair- youngster who stars in a special I .
worth All Johnson or any 1950. The youngest known mother 401 SO. FLA. AVE.
man. movie made for the campaign: will have do is
Democrat to on record was a year-old LAKELANDSTRAUGHN'S
Thanks In Advance Delores Barnhard, Lakeland'Miss s I quote Goldwater. We're in girl in Peru.
Flame, and Fire Chief C bad shape"A I __ ':IO A.M..: ao fP.M.
"This parade was planned to M. Deal. GOP leader scoffs privately I PHONE 6.7111 I Mond., Through
provide the opportunity for par- I St. Cloud, a suburb of Paris,
Serrrdetl ,
at Goldwater'i theory
Parade Route Given
ticipating organization to thank France, has an accurate copy
the people of Lakeland in advance The order of the parade thereafter that a President might spill ,of George Washington's Mount
the lecret beans In
top a
for their support in the according to Kent: face to face confrontation Vernon-home.- ___ _
campaign which begins officially An honor guard from Florida I
with his
on Tuesday Feb. 18," Kent Southern College; city officials:, "Johnson challenger I
said In pointing out that the goal the Lakeland Senior High Schoo 1 'slip' justas !
easily at a news conference TEXACOCOMBEE
this year is a record $231.000 band; United Fund officials; Boj I
or In an 'off-the-record' I
"We hope Lakelanders turn Scouts of America, Gulf Ridgt conversation with
out to watch the, parade bothto Council; Arthritis and Rheuma any news ,
man (there have been
enjoy the event and to get an i tism Foundation; Lakeland Da]I than 40 such confabs since RD. AT SUNSHINE, LAKELAND
idea where their contributionsgo. Nursery; Mental Health Cents r LBJ took over). Dick Nixon
They will get close-up look of Polk County; Rochelle Negn' was privy to the Eisenhower
High School Band; Children's secrets and he didn't chicken ',7ht
Rehabilitation Ranch; Heart o f out In 1960."Kennedy. '
Dr. Davis Florida Girl Scout Council, Lake' said on numerous EJ tE Jw

land District; Lakeland Human occasions that he would debate 100 > t tr
To Address Society; Tiny Tots Colored Da h in 'M. If he could, why ,
Nursery; Lakeland Junior Hlgl can't Johnson?
School band; United Cerebra i It is a good question, buts g k
U.N. ChapterDr. Palsy; Rose Keller Children'i Barry Goldwater hat given
Home Society of Florida; Cam)P Johnson the very answer he ly
Jerome Davis, a promi- Fire Girls: Sheltered Workshoj sought. Even if Goldwater TV Bonus
nent winter visitor, will be the for the Handicapped; Southwes t does not get the nomination, Stamps a
guest speaker at 8 p.m. Mondayat Junior High School band; Amer Democratic orators will quote
a public meeting of the Lake lean Red Cross, Lakeland-Mulberry him to squelch debate with WITH EACH 8 GALLONS
Region Chapter of the American Chapter; United Servlci Nixon or Scranton or Rocket
Association for United Nations Organization; Boys' Club ol r feller or Romney, or whoever I I GASOLINE PURCHASEDOFFER
to be held at College Heights Lakeland, Salvation Army, and I gets the GOP nod. I
Methodist Church. the Lakeland Chamber of Com Note: Goldwater I a week I EXPIRES MARCH 1, 1964
His subject will be "After the merce. earlier In an address In Young
Teat Ban, What?" A discussion
period will follow, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Leo Rockwellof
Lakeland chapter president. Prs.WOMEN'S .
A noted educator and author,
Dr. Davis has taught at Colum- rEX ACO
bia and Dartmouth universities. TIRES MU 2-9034
and has lectured on campuses SERVICEPHO.
across the country. Long DUPACCESSORIES
ested In sociology, he bas head-
ed numerous investigations of DELIVERY
living condition ranging from
West Virginia's coal mining
areas to Russia and the Scan
dmavlan countries.He .

lion to Europe in 1959, and has ,
served in numerous organizations -
dedicated to preserving

world Dr. Davis'order.numerous books In-

clude "Building Peace" "The CORDUROY
Brink." "Peace War and You," GrandTHURS. Opening
and "Religion in Action." His
latest work. "Disarmament -
A World View'* is due to be

published soon.
Dr. Davis is a graduate of
Oberlin College and Union Theological OXFORDS

master's Seminary and ,Ph.D.and holds degrees the He FRI. & SAT. FEBRUARY 13,14 & 15

from Columbia University.
also holds several honorary de
green Including a Doctor of
Literature awarded by Florida
Southern College in 1947.

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S LAKELAND LEDGER Friday Feb U, 13(54( )

WIuJ9JwllJ Old At The Churches This SundayUNITARIANUNIVERSALIST Boulevard Assembly

I 2 Lemons And 5 CrackersA discuss with the membershiptheir J. Birney Gross and Mrs. Don the Rev. Gabriel. Dokus of Dedications SundayThe

The Rev. Clifton G. Hoff privileges to serve aId Hemstreet Lake Worth the Rev. Dr.

Day Not Proper Diet man of Atlanta, executive Christ" the Rev. W. J. Synattchk EASTERN ORTHODOX Franclc Ujlakl of Pompano( Rev. J. D Courtney,
secretary and field represen- Beach the Rev. Daniel Bodorof
tltlV'i of pastor, has announced. A blessing service of the Lorain, Ohio the Rev. Louis superintendent of the Peninsular

By JOSEPHINE LAWMAN a glass of skim milk or fresh Thomas Jefferson FIRST METHODIST new Holy Curtain at Eastern C Novak, pastor, Mrs. Stephen Florida District, will be

fruit). Leave off desserts as a Un i- The Rev. Dr. J. Milburn Orthodox Church of the Holy Csutoros of Cleveland and speaker at the dedication services

Q. "Please answer soon I habit but eat a well-balanced tarian UnlVersalist.- McLeod former pastor of Trinity will be held Sundayat Mrs Novak Sunday at 11 a.m. of the 1
know i am fat. but I just don't diet. Don't be foolish and go I ., First Methodist Church will 11 a.m. at the church. The Dinner will be served In the
want to admit it to anyone but In for faddish diets. By the Council, will t conduct a four-day series of liturgy and blessing service fellowship hall at 12:30: p.m.A completely remodeled church

you I am U years old 5 feet way lemons have no special speak Sundayat evangelistic services at First will be in English. The cur. Hungarian csiken paprikas building of what was formerlythe /

7 Inches tall and weigh 189 reducing magic.No 10 am Methodist be __ tain, handmade by Orthodox dinner will be prepared by Skyland Chapel Assemblyof
pounds My at Lake Re. ginning Sun'day. monks In Syria, will be blessed Mrs James Ketesz assistedby God. The name hat been

bust measures Willpower gion UnitarIan He will and hung before the holy Mrs. Andrew Kaloz, Mrs. changed to West Memorial
3SVi\ I inches, Q. "I am 15 years old 5 feet, Unlver- speak at the doors of the Iconastas priorto Joseph Laban and Mrs. Esther Boulevard Assembly of God.
waist 32 inches I) 8 inches tall and weigh 170 enlist Fellow. 8:30 and 11sm. the divine liturgy. The gold Lovasz. Mrs Betty Hubble After the dedication serviceat

and hips 46\ pounds. I can't seem to get ship. The special and 1:30: brocade curtain woven with Mrs. John Simon, Mrs the church the Rev Mr hr% lv

inches I wantto up the willpower to stay on a occasion Rev. Hoffman p.m services liturgical designs Is a gift of Stephen Tatral and Mrs. Tere- Courtney, the pastor the Rev v
get skinny diet. Please help me I am for the speak Sunday and at Mr and Mrs. George Agob. cia Dyiant will serve the meal. Sammy Mizell and the congregation
Will I get skin. desperate) 1 can't follow a er's visit is the burning of 30 a.m. and SOUTH FLORIDA Following the dinner, Mrs. will go to the cornerof

ny If I eat a regular diet because I must the mortgage on the fellow 7: 3D p. m. HEIGHTS NAZARENE Peter Achimov assisted by Waneta Avenue and West

lemon for eat what the family does. I ship property. Mondaythrough Dr. J. C Albright of Zephyr. Mrs J. Kovacs will be in Memorial Boulevard to dedicate

breakfast five can't have special foods. I ST DAVID'S EPISCOPAL Wed.n'b hills former district superintendent charge of the program. Dr. a new church sign givento

honey graham need to lose most in my hips St. Davld'e EpiscopalChurch Rev McLeod of the New England Ujlakl will speak and Mrs. the church by the Rev. Mr.
crackers to and thighs and midriff. That will have the Rev. MaycLeod. district, will speak Sunday at John Tatter of Akron, Ohio, and Mrs Mizell.
lunch and a rMISS LOWMAN doesn't leave much does it?" Paul Reeves, rector of The Methodist superintendent of the 10:50: and 7 p.m servicesat and Winter Haven will present The sign Is being erected to

lemon for supper' If not A. You do not have to eat Church of the Redeemer In Jacksonville district, was pas South Florida Heights vocal Hungarian folk conga the memory of the Mizells' I 11-

please tell me what to eat. special foods Just count your Sarasota, as speaker Mondayat tor of First Methodist from Church of the Nazarene. The church Senior Citizens year-old son, John Mark who THE REV J. D. COURTNEYsage
You can understand why I am calories. Pin up a picture of 7:45: p.m. In the church 195259. He Is a trustee of MAGYAR PRESBYTERIANA Orchestra will present musical was killed in an accident on
not signing name." the movie star whose figure conference room. Ha will talk Florida Southern College Lenten worship service numbers. Andrew Kelle- West Memorial Boulevard last which will be changed

A Of course my as you know you most admire. Look at it about the liturgical move which awarded him an honorary will be held Sunday at 11 a.m. men of Tampa will play the Aug 23. The large lighted weekly. t
ment within the church. doctor of divinity degree at Magyar Presbyterian clarinet Visitors are expected I
you are overweight and should often. You may not reach the plexiglas sign will bear the The public Is invited to attend
lose It for the sake of goal of such a perfect figure SOUTHSIDEASSEMBLY in 1956. Church. Participating will be from Tampa Sarasota Plant name of the church directionsto these special services, the
your OF GOD Music for the services will the Rev. Matthias Daroczy of City, Lakeland, Winter Haven
fun but you can come closer to it. it an inspirational mes- pastor announced.
and well
happiness as as !
South Eastern Bible College be under the direction of Mrs. Cleveland and Fort Pierce, and Orlando. _
Once become
your health. You are so much you accustomedto
overweight that I think it leaving off those fattening Choir sacred will present music a at programof the 11 tB.iAlIt.L
extras and trimmings it will beeasier Animal Alumnae Group KindergartenRegistrations
would be best for you to talk a.m. service Sunday at South- Actor 'Patsy'
And think how much
with your family physician .
side Assembly of God. Rodney Schedules A
about this He may give youa you will enjoy wearing pretty Dukes will speak LAKELAND I
metabolism test It will also clothes after you lose your overweight FIRST BAPTIST HOSPITAL
help you stick to a diet to Keep in mind what Walter Buckingham repre- Nominees AnnouncedHOLLYWOOD Valentine PartyBeta Being TakenCombee Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Boone

check your weight once a weekat you are working toward sentative of Gideon International Delta Beta chapter of Winter Haven, daughter, Feb. I

his office. Calories Count will speak at the 11 Four dogs, Sam" (Walt Disney Productions Chi Omega will meet Mondayat Kindergarten will 12.

Vicious CircleIt You may hate me for calling a.m. service Sunday at I First three horses a raven jaguar ); Jim Jr., raven In "The 7:45: p.m. at the home of hold its registration for the Mr. and Mrs R, W. Slamen-

may be that you have just the following facts to your Baptist Church. He will speakin and chimpanzee are nomineesfor Raven," (American International Miss Amanda Davis, 137 Lake 1964-65 term on Monday and Ick. Plant City, son, Feb. 12. !

gotten into a vicious circle attention, but 1 have to remember addition to the sermon by ); Mickey O'Boyle, horseIn Morton Drive, for a Valentine Tuesday in the kindergarten Mr. and Mrs Jack T. Hart ;,
the 14th
You got fat and so didn't enter them, and misery the Rev. Arthur W. Rich, Patsy "Wall of Noise," (Warner building 1304 Woodland from

into sports, and the fatter you loves company! pastor. Awards as outstanding animal Bros.); Pluto mixed airedale party. 11:30: a.m.-1:30: p.m. Parentsare Icy 220 Carolyn Drive son, 1

became the more you sat in A poached, baked or boiled KENTUCKY AVENUEPRESBYTERIAN actors for 1963 It has been announced dog, "My Six Loves," (Paramount Hostesses will be Miss Davie to bring the child to be Feb. 12. !
front of TV and the more you 75 ) and Raunchy jaguar Mrs. Martha Godfrey, enrolled Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Quinn.
; ,
egg gives you only calories by The American Humane so that he may see t
ate to sort of console yourself. while a scrambled egg with Csehy Musical Messengerswill Association. "Rampage" (Warner Bros). Mrs, Betty Miller, Mrs Sara the facilities. 924 Augusta daughter Feb. 12. !

Right? Well let's change all lots of butter and some cream present a sacred concert Television nominees are Betty Wadsworth, Mrs. Mary In order to enroll a child, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Dawsop
that) tomorrow at 7'30 p.m. at Ken. In motion pictures, Patsy Black Hawk horse in Louise Sanborn Mrs Peggy he be Plant City, son Feb. 12.
can be as costly as 150 calories stands for "Picture Animal a "Stem- must five years old before
If ate only two lemons tucky Avenue Beal and Mrs. Harriette Dan Mr. and Mrs. Rox Pollard of
you Star of the Year," whilein ey Burke (ABC/TV); Candy, Jan. 1, 1965, and must
Top Eel
and five crackers a day you Preeby' Greenville S.C., the
chimpanzee in "Adventures of possess a birth certificate par-
Three slices of chicken '
television it's
would get thin, but you would 0' tenan Church. "Performing All alumnae are invited. ents of a daughter, Lynn
broiled baked 100 i Dobie Gillis (CBS/TV); Las number. Mrs. Paul Lequire
( or ) give you The musical Animal Television Star of the
also get sick, and besides you Adair born Feb. 7. Mrs. Pollard -
calories while one-fourth Year." sie, dog in "Lassie (CBS/ registration chairman, and
would ruin your looks. Beauty of creamed chicken cup group is com TV), Mister Ed horse in will be assisted by Mrs. Richard the former Evelyn Adair
gives you posed of warn Patsy Awards were established
and health both depend on 1 "Mister Ed," (CBS/TV); and Negro Combear. is the daughter of Mr. and
the same Beet, turnip in 1951 by The American
greens o s Csehy,
nutrition. You do
good not
Mrs. Carl Adair 815 S. Success
in Three Mrs Louis
Tramp dog "My Nichols Is teach.
lose and spinach In fact all greens Mrs Gladys Humane Association as the an.
have to starve to weight. Sets Annual
Paternal grandmotherIs
for the
Sons. (ABC/TV) er class and providesa
are very low in calories count Csehv and imal world's "Oscars" and"Emmys"
You will
have to eat less only
Mrs. H. F. Pollard, 2735
helpings and no bee and very high in health value. Miss Adl for outstanding per Final BallotEntertainment complete kindergarten program
average Tourist
tween-meal snacks (unless it is However if you add a cream Cierpke Mr. formances. Since 1940, the I editors NightFirst including music, field
sauce or fat meat to the dish t 4 Csehy Is a AHA Hollywood office has throughout the United States trips art and reading readiness Hosts For
the story changes drastically. native of Hun.MR. been responsible for the supervision cast the final ballots and their Baptist Institutional courses along with other Couples

Stretch And Beware The Dressing CSfHY gary He be- of animal action under selections will be announced Church will hold its 22nd annual first grade preparatory cours- Bridge AnnouncedCouples

Salads be health gan the study of the violin the Production Code of the April 4 In presentation cere 'Tourist Night" program ea
can giving
More Stretch and slimming IF you take care when he was three years old, Motion Picture Association of monies at Hollywood's RKO Sunday at 7 o'clock at the bridge tournament I
church 930 N. Dakota Ave.
under the tutelage of his father America. Pantages Theater. sponsored by St. Joseph'sMother'
with the salad
For Spring '64The oils. There are many dressings low-cal.or Movies Last year's winners were The Rev. Paul H. Jackson The Case Club will meet Sunday j
FIRST CHRISTIAN Nominated for the motion Mr. Ed and Big Red Irish set pastor of the Negro church night. S I
orie varieties the marketor
newest fabric for 1964 is on (Disciples of Christ) picture Patsy were Tom Doo- ter In Walt Disney's "Big said all tourists are invited to Hosts this month for the
the stretch cottons No special you can make your own at Christian Women's Fellowship ley, hound dog in "Savage Red." attend this program sixth session will be Mr. and
home using tomato juice as abase
sewing or special handling of First Christian Church AgainstSmokers Mrs Jerome Kelby Mr. and
needed. Now available at pop- When you buy a salad will 7:30' Mrs Mr. and
Monday at : Hugh Gerst
ular prices for shorts and play. dressing. The look real over reducing the ingredients prod- p.m. at the church. Mrs. J. R, Word From The UnwiseBy Mrs Richard Pearse, Mr. and 1
stretch cottons to
wear seem Glover I will speak on Mrs Louis Hertel Mr. and
be the entrance to universal ucts will tell you how many
on "Strengthening America from Mrs Joe O'Leary, Mr. and
acceptance. calories there are in a tea- the Moral Standpoint. Circle RUTH MILLET the words of caution are entirely need washing or get back to the Mrs George Basel Mr. and

Gilberg's, The House of 1000 spoonful ora tablespoonful. 2 will serve refreshments fol. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. unnecessary. ironing board. AP Ncwsfeatures Mrs. Robert Perron Mr. and

Fabrics are Interested In featuring lowing the business session. Any busy housewife with So the housewife doesn't need The case against the cigarette Mrs Frank Haberkorn, Mr.
the newest and latest The worship will be presentedby Straight from WashingtonState under school age children hat i to be advised to keep her rest fiend the clockregulated and Mrs. Ray Fortner and Mr.
fabrics. You can find the new If you would like to have my Circle 1CHRIST. Health Department comes to scramble her work. If she periods short. That is the only cigarette case Is suddenly and Mrs. Frank Doolin.
cotton stretches at your G il. calorie chart send a stamped LUTHERAN this advice to busy housewives: ever gets to finish a job without kind she ever gets anyway a hot Item in New York

berg's store at 106 E. Male St. self-addressed envelope with Christ Lutheran Church will "Scramble the work insteadof interruption it seems like a She'll be well into her middle specialty stores CHILDREN RUN INTO
your request to Josephine Low. conduct an every-member visitation finishing arduous tasks one miracle. years before there Is any dangerof Although not new It was
--Ad. man in care of The Ledger "to and at a time so ss to use different her sitting too long in one usually STREETS
Sunday explain in purchased as a
sets of muscles. As for sitting too long one gag Careful driving calls for reduced
position, how the busy house. position.If (at about $10)), until the ,I speed on residential streets
"Avoid hurry ing. Frequent for just one day a busy "Smoking and Health"
wife wishes she could just find reportof
particularly near parked cars.
short -rest periods are more val housewife could finish an "ar the
some time to sitl But sure as advisory committee to
The National Council
I Repeated by Popular Demand Hundreds of Pairs Addedto uable than one long rest period she sits down a toddler gets duous task" without a single interruption the surgeon general of the ,I says most child traffic Safety accidents
and when
after a job is done."Don't it was finished Public Service stirred thousands .
Into mischief and has to be rescued ,
when into
I occur a youngster runs
Our Already Tremendous Assortment! sit too long in one posi or a young one gets hurt get a good long rest, just into re-evaluating their I the street from behind a park
by sitting a long long time with
tion. tobacco intake.
and needs to be comforted or a ed car.
out the doorbell or the telephone
Obviously nobody followed a kid fight has to be broken up- There are several different
Naturalizers & Air Step busy housewife around for a or if all should be quiet for a ringing or any demands from the kinds of these cigarette cases
would think she
week or two before offeringthat little while the housewife's con but all operate on the principle First E.U.B.
had had a fine day.Religious .
advice, or the observer science tells her she really of remaining stubbornlyshut

SAVE $5 TO $8 A PAIR would have seen that most of should tackle the windows that until released by a clock Church
mechanism. The nicotine 1120 Cleveland Hate. Sled
I Groups'Meeting slaved soul it is hoped can

696 PAIRS TO CHOOSE FROM 'p7Z cut down by setting the clock eunMv woe.eeh..I..... 15,055.107.aa W1e.
Planning To Calendar for intervals of from 10 minutes
to two hours 5eioU _lee
Md-p.., ee".. w.... t155 .....
Stacks of Beauty. ARCH BUILT The ; CHun LUTHU'A"TODAY L.nt.n ..r.. However to there him Is no deviseas
yet keep from
.. < Piece In Paper? fie I..seneLITHensN.osilrmsiioaciao/ "1.ln p m SW"1' i Uk- other people's smokes bumming in
Low Stack Heels '
Stacks oi FashionIn 1 JO p m the meantime.One .
Medium Stock Heels p Are you planning to "put a plec. In the paper?" SATU"DAT"A'TH time-locked case is UNITY
Medium Dress Heels If you have something personal to report or If POOL INTSROSNOM/NA. with CHRIST CHURCH
club's news chairman, here is a rule of TIONAL CHRISTIAN 1 JO Do, fIn' equipped a tiny alarm
you are your ,
leathers .
Church or tti "s.f W ra"OniU
glove thumb to follow. tAKELANo" room. .dopnlovn., Cuter that signals the glorious moment A. M..... M'"'....
Rudyard Kipling a famous ex-newspaperman choir ol Mr rniFtrftal Juhn airs i. 7.JO JOT pm.HlblKUr at home of smoking enjoyment. Sunday Devotional t 11 A.M.
summed it up neatly in one stanza of a poem he wrote. Unfortunately it sometimes Subject:
EVERY STEP IS A STEP It toes like this: NSA jars him back to the problem "Now Therefore Arise"
ChapterTo just as the miserable man Tu_.. Maio; Club
OF JOY AND COMFORT "I keep six honest ervlng-men trying to kick the habit fin 421 E Pork at Success
(They taught me all I knew); Hear AboutCommunications Sunday School Meetsat
ally to think of
Their What and and When manages something
names are Why else. 214 S. Iowa
And How and Where and Who."

99 An old Journalistic ground-rule says that a well Lakeland chapter. National
$ written news story should contain in its first para Secretaries Association (Inter. REV. SAMMY MIZELL
graph, the answers to all six of these questions: Who national) has scheduled an
What. Whv, When Where, and How? educational workshop in cooperation Announces Change of Name of
The When should include the time (o'clock) of .
with the eastern division
day as well as the day.
office of the General ASSEMBLY OF GOD
6 It you'll be sure the story you are planning to
ACTUAL RETAIL submit has these answers we probably won't have to Telephone Company called
VALUE TO 14.95 bother you with a phon. call. "Let's Talk Business" Tuesday TO
It's that easy, won't you try It? at 7 p m. at the Cadet
.... "' ''' Restaurant. Mrs. Gladys Milliard MEMORIAL BLVD.
SI... 5 lo 10 president will be in ASSEMBLY
r charge of the program which OF GOD

AAAA to C Width SHOWS YOU PROOFOF will feature Irving McCoy and It

cone, Whit., Whit. Pattnt, Jay Merkel communications
Black Potent, Sptctatart QUALITY I INSIDE consultants of General Telephone -


O New Time-Guard Circuit, a This is NSA's official pro- The Pastor end

HIGH Carrier exclusive, monitors the gram-of.the-year and is partof members of the congregotion -

NAVY AIR CONDITIONERS complete: refrigeration cycle a with nationwide the guidance project workedout of the : invite you
and MID with "instant" response for th* a to attend the
best cooling possible also' General Telephone Company
HEELS virtually eliminates "nuisance"calls The Lakeland chapter will be DEDICATIONCEREMONIES
one of 500 putting on this program
BLUEPEAU common ordinary re-
1 frig.ration units during the month of
February.The .

O N.w Micromlt. Compressor educational workshop is .: of the completely remodeled

DE SOlE M another Carrier exclusive, designed to acquaint local church
( has tremendous capacity for secretaries with the latest

its small size and !light weight most modern telephone eqUIp- SUNDAY, FEB. 16
by 4 which make the unit Ideal for ment available and to show

attic and rooftop at well as on- specific uses made of It in 11 A.M. SERVICE

UrbanitesI1IIin th.'ground Installation business government educa
tion and the professions. For
So quiet it's also "neighborhood
.approved." Capacities: 2, example the program will REV. J. D. COURTNEY
demonstrate the use of such
2'/i and 3 tons. Easy terms For
up-to-date equipment as the Guest Speaker
!AJI1.fJ.1[ c r complete Information, com InlIMPERIAL ?
t "hands free" call commanderdesk
telephone memory saver Rev and Mrs. Mizell are erecting a new church
SIZES 6083868GAS automatic dialer telephone, sign on the corner of Waneta Avenue and West

PLANT CITY HWY. 92 WEST AAAA S TO 10 TO c Leich 40 Turret, Telstar Mod Memorial Blvd at a memorial to their son, John

(OPPOSITE PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL) NATIONALLYADVERTISED SERVICE el. Mark who lost his life in on occident on West
Secretaries interested in attending Memorial Boulevard last August 25. This sign will

Open Daily 9:30-9( Sunday 1-7:30 P.M. TO 14.95 A PAIR may call Lakeland be dedicated immediately after the Sunday Morn-
1323 New Auburndole Hwy., lakeland 682-6141 by Monday preceding ing Service at the church.

,. 4 p.m .

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.- LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday. Feb. U. lilt 7'
Jigs.9n.. ciaIudand .,

Mrs. Goldsborough Receives Junior Assemblies Slate j

Valentine Dance Tonight I

Impressive French Eighth Grade Junior Assembly tor: and Harry Crawshaw,
Citation Valentine Dance will beheld dance director

tonight from 8 to 10 Chaperones for the dance
o'clock at the Garden Center are Dr. and Mrs. Kummer,
By LUCIA MYERS Member of the dance committee Mr. and Mrs. Estroff, Mr and

are: Harley Richards, Mrs. Grassfield. Mr and Mrs,

Mn. Murray Lloyd Ooldsborough opened a Robert Putnam, Karen Bird, Harville, Mr. and Mrs. Miller

I large envelope In her mall, a few days ago, Whitey Robert, Tommy Dr. and Mrs. Stern, Dr. and
and learned that France has named her a Soard, Tommy McCollough Mrs. Shelden, Mr. and Mrs.
Chevalier de I'Ordre des Palmer Academlques 1.m Lane Gay, Bill Harwood, Signer, Mr and Mrs. Towne

for her distingsilshed career a* a teacher of George Fouls, Loren Howell, and Mr. and Mrs. Wunsch.
French. "jI Chip Matthews, Skip Medlin, Music will be furnished by

Bruce Erlckion, Doug Nickau, Roddy Woodcock's Orcheltra.Lakeland .
The citation came with a letter from the Mike Hoffman' Jim Johnsonand f }:e tiat AnnouncingThe
1 French Consul General at New Orleans, to Mike Slayton. Their par- ; ,

crown her years on the faculty at Florida ents will assist at the dance.
Southern College. Chuck Black and Tom At First

In a free hour at the end of the day In her well are dance directors. Bob Polk
small while house on Parkhill Avenue, she was Jones, disc Jockey at WONN, County Annual

sitting in a sunny window with a billow of will play the records
white organdy In her lap -, making a table- A Valentine theme will tx Date Book

cloth In the fine needlework which she learned used In decorating.

as a girl in France In the town of Aubigny NINTH GRADE ASSEMBLY tosarLoyal. PROGRESS
e .
"Cupid's Capers" Is the 0.0' Oa MOO. apmter
surNere.Petite. ..
.t Moooo Leda east Lake
theme of the Ninth Grade Jun. Dr'...
and piquant, she modestly answereda ior Assembly Valentine Ball COUNtRY CLUO aITAT.I as.socsatow. .
o r4 d'.h' dinnerfollowed
few questions about her new honor She tonight from 8 to 10:30: o'clockat rlllbi labia biutntM Mrtlct..and: lootLAKIL1ND atm .' : EDITION
> brought out the Impressive citation, which resembles the Civic Center. Mrs. William a COMMANDIMV

a diploma, Inscribed to Yvonne Golds. Kummer I* general chair Full HT form regular op,ronvor.llon.lni .1 Muonio. 7 JO Tim.M1 om'.
borough, with Republic of France at the top man. She has announced the "A..aLANO 5MM.R. cLUa V.-, '
and signed by the national Education Minister. .a following as committee help- ,\lnoll den. ,.ull form hnf' .* Clvln to 11 "clou",, To Be Published By The

Its coming was a surprise to her, but perhapsnot era: Munalot AUDVION B nd.NKTUIII Public Invltrd THtATIK, I
to her students Mrs. Selig Estroff, Mrs. Allen do. *' m "Audu- .i.
Wlid "lourdubon LAKELAND LEDGER
ban n >rin>M "'" .r Au
Knows, Loves French Signer and Mrs. Henry the pfclntpr' ftnd ..,.roll., It r
MRS. GOLDSBOROUGH at homeIn Stern, decorating with heartland pm >1 in. Civic Crnwr 1' ..UrTlrkH I
In her classes at Florida Southern, sha. .v llnbli. .t suborn Camera
cupids in red and white Guile If' boa oldrt. Saturday March 28thIT'S
projects her knowledge and love of the French ,
language and literature. But she conveys something New York, they married and settled In theme; Mrs. Ralph Wunsch, asyasesyLARsLAND ..,
refreshment decorations Mrs. ART "'LO. tm."
else, besides. Something of the French Lakeland.Her ; and junior art IB p..'.11. aalrrM TIME WE TOLD
"joie de vlvre." For example, she sometimes after Florida Southern James Shelden and Mrs. color Wlnurtd: \, a'n:: r;
son, graduating at
food ,
George Harville, ; a on In.lruclor AdulUclcu l ID n. ;
asks a class: "Have you ever seen the oak tree went on to the University of North Caro- and Mrs. James Miller and alto from MunMl J .M lulruclar S pm. ,M i.i all.Ca,.' .p- THE WORLD ABOUT

Just outside this classroom window really lina for his Ph.D degree. He married a girl Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Towne, Lodwlfk TMIO.:;:/i rr"L OOCII"" 7.:n>
seen It?" Often she finds that the students had from Paris whom he met In Aubigny on a summer receive dancers; Mr. and Mrs. -.-,, .1 ttn *,,tend w. em..un: :r add m-
I. mar
not noticed It-the tree which she regarded as trip. He Is now head of the French department Ralph Grassfield, presentprizes tsar IrnAlas IIhro.. POLK COUNTY'SDECISION
ORA".1 In.
the most beautiful one on the campus until at the University of Mississippi, and to boys and girls; Mrs.J CITRUS C..TI.cupper ft pm i Olri ::
.ovure.h ..
the hurricane Injured it several years ago. has two children Michele and William who, H. Lanier, dance coordina fw M Partel.R. tin cl

She arises soon after 6 o'clock every day, of course, are bl-llngual. 1I
not only to get ready for her classes but to Proud Grandmother TO

renew her joy in the sunrise and the bird Mrs Goldsborough rose from the white or

sounds of early morning. This delight goes gandy cloud to hunt for pictures of her grand

back to the time when, as an eight-year-old children. "I don't have to keep their pictures 1frfl1i GO AHEAD !

girl, she trudged a mile to the town churchfor where I can see them. I have them In my N
the catechism before school, each day. In heart" she explained, with a gesture over her j

winter she had to carry a lantern but there heart seemingly as natural as the flutteringof W .: y 'i ;! '{ Send Copies! of The

was the beauty of the snow. a bird. tor hrM'
The hard year of the First World War The room Is filled with heirloom furniture JN DECADE FOR DECISION

gave her a new perspective on material things. from Mr. Goldsborough's old home on the Progress Edition

She was only a girl, but she observed that Eastern shore of Maryland, amid portraits that : i W; To Your Friends.
people can exist on much less than they be. he has painted. But none of her own family 4 U : r
lieved possible, If they have a certain inner treasures are here. They were sold off one Let's "Brag.-A-L.ittU" About Polk.

strength. At her home the family lived off of by one, to keep the family alive during the AR141pijRl
their garden and an occasional rabbit or First World War. EACHCOPY
chicken. "Sometimes we would have nothing She has become a good Southerner and 4 ;

' but potatoes for a whole day. Another day, loves the land which she has adopted. But of l

nothing but beans." course her French trait persist. She spends A ENCLOSEDIN

For the first time In two years they man- fragments of her spare time In fine needle- ;a or Bring This/ / Coupon To I IN A
work, and has made linen banquet cloths of
, aged to get a pork roast. Before it was cooked, wLeas sad la/.ps1
delicate cutwork every stitch by hand. She sir COLORFULWRAPPER
table and devouredIt
their dog leaped upon THE LAKELAND LEDGER
follows the tradition of the chic Frenchwoman! -
of fat.
all except the rim
who builds her wardrobe around "the
Came To United States good }' P. O. BOX 408
little black dress She has which
After the war, with her new name of one, now, Corner of Missouri Or LIme
she has worn for 15 because the fabric
the United years
Yvonne Strickland, she came to Lakeland, Florida
of Alabamian whom she and the line are Just right for her, so why dis- 25'EACH.
States the bride an
had met as and married In France. They settledin card It? aswtlt w Enclose 25c each for single

a little Alabama town where they lived for a copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.

two years and where her son, William, wasI I Lakeland Has Clean FaceMr. f K OR
born They moved to Lakeland where her I MAILED FREE
husband died a few years later. She was graduated and Mrs. John W. Crum of Chattanoogawere +' '' Anywhere 'In the U. S. or Canada

from j Florida Southern and earned her recent guests of hn cousin Mrs C. E "Armour htao,. ,
master's degree at Columbia University. Thus Winching on Parkhill Avenue. After his retirement Vertagreen costs a ; l 5
her teaching career was launched here. from an oil firm in Indiana, Mr. I ,S.

Every year or two she and her son traveled Crum settled in Tennessee because it was the little more.lecause it makes r Progress Edition To
to France. In the 1930s on a Mediterranean home of his ancestors He is descended from

cruise she met a tall Marylander, Murray the family which produced Sam Houston, the lawn beautiful! FOR
L. Goldsborough. When the cruise ended in Texas hero who was governor of Tennessee. your more

Europe, she went to France and he to Greece, Lakeland's downtown section caused Mri.
but they exchanged letters and traveled on the Crum to remark: "This city has the cleanest
same ship back to America. When they landed face that we've seen in Florida." YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY growwlth.Askfordust.frea ADDaSS $1
FOR with Armour VertaArmour Vertagreen Pebble

-mora than with or 888.

II News From Around The County I dlnary fertilizers, becauseIt's CITY . STAT[ .

made especially for 'This chart you the ap '
I PrrtmN..mount.of Armour MAILEDFREE
lawns. It makes grasses v.rt..,....P.bbl08..lto".. :.
WINTER HAVEN Mr. Mrs. Roy Moore, and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Porter have each 1..dmaor v.rbus NAM
taster Bunn.'
Melissa, of Winter Haven, six children John "green up" stay ,
are and VIYI.e. kinds of Honda an/NS.
and Mrs. J. L. Waldrop ?
visited in St. Cloud with Mrs.Tomlinson'a of Fernandina, Charles greener longer. Authorities. ...comm.ndVertaer.en :-
expecting their son-in-law and mother, Mrs. Jessie Porter of Titusville, Mrs. Ma- Pebble 888 w.ll' ,.'.nounshsd t..atnas Lwn.. y..r Amounts for e ADDRESS

daughter, Capt. and Mrs. C. J. Graham. Mrs. omlinson bie Douglas of Fort Lauderdale comes to you In dust.freeform shown .,. tar ..ell 1.000 aq. Anywhere
and Mrs Moor also visited Mrs. Lillian Dull of f.etof Lwn L.a
Wendorf, and daughters! Kris- Au- that Is really convenient : : CITY STATI
tie Kay and Laurie Lyn, of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tom burndale and Mrs. Lou Dav- to applyl .r11 Ina-Praer.bly summ.r sod.erly r.n. rlna . . In the
linson. Idsen of Port Charlotte.
Seymore Johnson AFB Golds- They
Visitors have 17 grandchildren and Adequate feedings' will vUTAGREEN liS ..r:
horn, N. C., for a visit. The U.S.
Wendorf family will arrive Miss Peggy Carter was a 13 greatgrandchildren. give you real lawn beauty GRASS PU 1.000 SQ. n NAM

from visiting Captain Wen- weekend. guest of her brotherIn The Porters have been resident when you buy the worth st. Augustin.':.'::::::::.eosOlbe:lbs.: a or

dorf's grandmother, Mrs. O. law and sister, Mr. and of Dundee for 23 years, more combination: Armour, C.ntlp.d............... .1.... ADDRESS :.
C. Rawlinson In Kenton Ohio, Mrs. J. C. Gaskina, and family coming here from Eagle Lake. a name you grew up with, Zovs....................2elb.. CanadaORDER :
and snow skiing In Gatlm- in Merritt Island. Honeymoon ..hl..n lb.
burg, Tenn. They plan to return Ronnie and David Sumnerof Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams and Vertagreen,a name to +! : CITY STAT .
to North Carolina after Winter Haven were here have returned from Honey. : . . . .

visiting here. recently for an overnightvisit moon, taking with them newlyweds Watch Something Beautiful !
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petti- with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Happen ., ,
grew and children have visitIng Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Daniel. Courtney of Jacksonville. The r NAM YOURS
them Mrs. Pettlgrew's! Visiting with Mr and Mrs. four honeymooners visited Use ARMOUR VertagreenArmour 04 { r

mother, Mrs. Marie Erskineof Bill Denmark during the Cypress Gardens, The Great ADDRESS
Pennsylvania.Mr weekend were their son and Masterpiece, and Spook Hill, Z NOW!
and Mrs B. T. Prohst daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. then motored to Vero Beach, I ARMOUR
of Preston, Ontario, Canada, and and on to Fort Pierce, where CITY STAT Sk
are the house guests of their James Robert Denmark, they spent the night and Agricultural Chemical Company a Atlanta, Georgia' . . . .
children of Orlando.Mr.
.. ,, '
son-In-law and daughter Mr. fished. 'w.flEFaQ1"F "
and Mrs. Percy Burmaster. and Mrs Ford Justice Mr. Courtney, a bridegroom,
Mrs. Janis Segers aid son, have returned from a trip to I* fire dispatcher for Duval ri NAM[
Dothan, Ala., where they left
Allen, are returning to their County. His bride la Mrs.
home In Norfolk. Va, follow. their daughters, Jenella and Williams' sister. AIZ.IIUltVERTAGREEN ; : r
Shelia, with Mr. Justice's ADDRESS
Ing a visit with Mrs. Segen'parents
Visiting during weekend
Mr. and Mrs. Carl *. Mr. and Mrs. Justice ex
with Mrs. Minnie Hunt
pect to return to Alabama In 8.8.8 '
Mrs Leonard Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Barton several weeks to make their
her mother, Mrs. John An.
had as weekend guests their home. thony, both of Wauchula.
daughter, Miss Charlotte Bar Baby Girl -
ton, and James Moore. Both Mr. and Mr*. Robert E. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Knowles Ig.i _
are student In Montgomery, Ellenberg have announced the visited during the weekendIn PEBBLE TYPE FERTILIZERTRUCKLOAD
Ala., at Alabama Christian birth of a daughter at Win Fort Meade with Mr.
College. ter Haven Hospital on Feb. 4. Knowles' brother-in-law and

Mr and Mrs. S. J. Fahn- Recent visitors at the homeof sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Carl. SALE \ ; ; I2i

Strom of Galva, 111.. are visitIng Mr. and Mrs. Buck Tom- ton.Mrs.
Mrs. Charlie Ruth John- linson were their daughter, Lou Davidsen of Port
Mrs. Clifton Meyer, and son, Charlotte visited this week
son.Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Jeff of Maitland. with her parents, Mr. and Bs\ 50 POUND BAGs
Pearson have moved to Win Misses Maria and Rhonda Mrs. C. M. Porter.Public : BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED
ter Haven from their former King were here from Winter
home in Dallas Tex. Haven for a weekend visit IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE ;
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Invited 3.20 $187
Temple with Mrs. Brenda Martin and
of Detroit have arrived for a children.Mr. ,
winter vacation In the area. and Mrs. John Alley of To Fish FryAble 1. Value THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY

Frostproof visited with J. H.
DUNDEE Mr. and Mrs. McKown. adult Sunday school I IN WORDS,

Tommy Smith and children, Wedding AnniversaryMr. class at Crystal Lake Methodist The finest Spring
Vicki, Kathy and Gene, visited and Mrs. C. M. Porterare Church, 2001 N. Crystal
Six Gun Territory near planning to observe their Lawn Srorter
Lake, will have a fish fry to-
Ocala. 60th wedding anniversary with I firm
NOTE To hart representedin
Mrs. Lula Pearce is In St. open house at their home In morrow from 5 to 7 p.m. at : your

Petersburg for a visit with her Dundee, Saturday, Feb. 29, the church. this issue call .
nephew and niece, Mr. and 3-5 p.m. All friends are Invited Donation will be: adults, 75
Mrs. Charles Bates. Mrs. to call. cents; school children, SO AT Bob Powell at 686-1151 t:.
Pearce plans to attend the Mrs. Porter Is a native of cents; and preschool free.
Oral Roberts meetings while Blounstown, where the Porter Proceeds will be used for landscaping -
there. were married In 1904. the new church riMfe

Mrs. Aubrey Tomlinson, accompanied Mr. Porter was born In Irv. grounds.The STORES: BRADENTON-LAKELAND-WIrTER( HAVEN
by her daughter bovine, Ga. public i ia invited.
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Friday, ,
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Bible Printed In Indian DOESN'T FORGET o -.,--- "- -
ChildrenFor / hL
Prepare ,
Language Can't Be ReadBOSTON DAY / ., uwwI

Rigorous WorldBy

(AP-Forty years lays. It was an Indian Bible,

of heartbreaking toil to produce translated by John Eliot, Purl George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.
i I a thousand-page Bible that no tan "apostle to the Indians I

man can read! History calls it the John Eliot
, \' The 300th anniversary of the bible. CASE R-463: Hans S.. aged. similar maudlin psychology

I I" printing of that Bible and the! Eliot had to learn an Algnn 38, came over here from till they don't even make their

1 I monumental work that went quln language which existed asa Germany. own youngsters work for pay
:t into It will be celebrated by the spoken language only. For the "Dr. Crane," he laid "I chores around the house
think one of the reasons for Instead, they place them on
Massachusetts Bible Society spoken words he had to createa SOBCOtSC.gVSLY-7HEAet/HBW5 I WANTED TO HE'e NOTA
a free household "dole IT WAS NOT MY rMEmmro44Is,6agcANr
the juvenile dellnquency called
this yearIt phonetic, written form And the / FAULT, MIGHTY Of7WE WUM'SPOER REACNN/M eE THEIR 0ADFELLOWWNAT
was the first whole Bible then he had to translate the In CAN YOU PHANTOM, I p FRIENDLY UTTLE FRIENDAFTER ALL.y .
printed in the Western Hemisphere Bible Into the written language America Is theIdlenes. And kids even have the EXPLAN? PLAYED A FEW FRIENDLY BONGS THAT TUNE5 LIKG h eAND YG4JR5-
I a of effrontery to bawl out their SOFT TUNISMEANT NO HARM-LIKC
In any language, duringthe ; he had created. teen agen, 'I own parents, though maybe LIKE 111157515 ONE- r 0 0
Colonial period, the society Can't Be Read "Over in Ger J behind their backs, because 6p0lA BooA( y

The Bible continued In use on many M" they get only $S free spending I
I children money per week Instead of $10. o .oo
I, DRIVE-IN THEATRES Martha's Vineyard and on Cape ample aren't, Actually, no child should y. dti
OPEN 6 15 SHOW 7:00 Cod in the 1700s But today, 00 RoD
: : I have ANY free i !
high school and spending
Tonights Th. Night there Is no one who can readit
T* C, Out To A Movltt I or who understands the lan college just for money)
social reasons For that's what produces : 5
descen w \g
: guage-not even among
TONIGHT t SATURDAY dants of the Mashpee and Vine or to keep up more relief cases in later K gO.K.

'yard Indians with the DRt CRANE years
J onesel. Indolence breeds Insolence!
I John Eliot was driven from "In Germany children either Childhood Is the time when

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT! England In 1631 because of his decide early that they are children should be preparedfor _
outspoken Purtaln sentiments for the rigorous world In which IS1kiNG
going to prepare a
At 7:00: and 9135EirthfuII Coming to Massachusetts he or else they go into vocational they will live for 50 years MEN, LETSGO, LETS LOOK, '- we ALL GOTVALENTINE I NAVENT

Magical'' Musical 'sought to Improve the living school. after they attain voting age UP TFIE MIDNIGHT HEARTS FROM GOT NO HEARS Mci5f I4AP.MEN DdJhSKULKER
of the Indians. TUB MlDUieHr SKULKER.
conditions "And by the age of 17, our And in real life, nobody
I Printing of his Indian Bible German youth are trained apprentices makes any "allowance" for

DISNEY d + ,was completed In 1664. At end and working on the you Instead, you still sink or
of three years, 1,040 copies had job for a livelihood. swim by your own efforts =

been printed and bound. "Yet over here, maudlin So it is a cruel joke to playon

MridYNr0VZILO b I A few copies still exist, bear Americans think it is criminal children to give them an

ing names and annotations of to fetter the happiness of teen allowance when you parents r .9

their original Indian and white agers by putting them to workat should be teaching them to
earn their own spending ,
owners that early age
"Instead, their misguided
Only earned money has any
parents indulge them with meaning. Gift money is often ,...,. ,A m u, r.t..('
sports cars and idleness, sothey
Olaf Mil{Km*Midm TECHNICOLOR I squandered for "Easy come;
CENTER I get Into mischief just for easy go"

At I 45 and II 00WaltDlsneu I lack of something to do,
I "Dr. Crane, I dare you to AT THE THEATERS
... I NowShowing challenge American parents to TAKEN FOR GRANTED,I AM A WOMANS 5NE5 RIGHT ON YEB WAY BACK

,I get down to brass tacks and F'LML"ND DNIVE' .'IN. I EDTOABITO'TENDERNE55NOWAN' Yi Tad., .nd Tomorrow. "" "
YELLOWSTONE I nip delinquency in the bud. "Wondrriul" World of tht BrothlrKim > VTHEN.BUTAS ONCE UPON ATIMEYEB
OrlmnMIHM "
wad Solomon
I "For a working boy or girl "
CUBS r Is to have time g SraSS UlEDTOWTBMgg
not likely or OMOVI TMt TI* 0
SHOWS AT Today Ind Tomorrow: "Bundar la New '
deaire break Into stations
J urli to gas York r
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department IN
I 5Z4.7:36 Todir Bword : Uii a......" and "T.lluwiUine l- TIIA..
9:41 waste papa's dough on hot b'I.
rods and Indolence Tomorrow Sword In tht "Con."
playboy Yfllowtlont" Cub"
"Taxpayers over here keep Lars t;

T:00 ONLYI"YEllOWSTONE Bold. moaning about the overcrowded Today rod COIN Tomorrow THIATaR"I'h. VleloriINnrol. ... "= _
.. collegei RONY THIATall .
CUBS"AT Today "Wt.t aide Btori, "
"There are already far too Tomorrow "H."I" and 'Black Pit
7:45 AND 11:30 outrageously many American youth in college ol Dr SILVIK M" MOON DftlVI.IN
"SWORD IN THE STONE"AT Instead of off Tog. and .Tomorrow The Whirl
sponging .: ,,' e/N/TrR.naa .yra ,
I I.. Dari ol Wine and RoMa" rI..Aw ?p wa 2./9
fanny of indulgent papa, let the teen and Euan from rt Bravo w wv
9 }0 ONLY!
... start CiTies
DORIS DAY IN agers becoming producers ,
-Auburn YtllowttoniBrioik -
"MIDNIGHT LACE" in America's economy" cub and "LII' Abner"AURURNDAL6Daly
I t IIamb"P x : "PolIO eprine.Werkend .
COLON > .. ." Vtrllio" and 'Calllor-' George Murphy Hopeful
J I do-gooders painted DI.
such a pathetic picture of AVON PARK-lilies.' "Y'Howilonin I
Cubl" and "PUD AcapulM
sweat shops and child labor RARTOW-Outdoor' "Blood Feaat" and 4
offenses here in America that CITY-r.ak Corridor.1HAINCS 'i H.Ini "o', t .ti TheStars About U. S. Senate Race

now the pendulum has possibly Bwn Rlrtmni In My Brd)". "Ood > 1
La tie Atr." and "Ft. Mauacre :
F swung too far In the opposite
TONITE I SATURDAY direction LAId. Oh.vOawa& WAtrsBUU" : "Th. PriM" and By BOB THOMASAP are rewarding, he said

BIG TRIPLE BillAT P Employers are hamstrung by PLANT Blon."CITY-C.IoI and 'spook, :L11a"rL'sword In the ) 1 Movie-Television Writer I He also formed George Mur-

7:00 ONLY laws so they are afraid of PLANT CITYtlr""' "Who' Mind. HOLLYWOOD (AP) "Right phy & Associates and scouted
"ESCAPE FROM hiring high schoolers lest theybe Ina.nd Non"J.lOn at.and,.'"Uia"Th.AraonauUSword Oun N.rk"" this way, senator." possibilities of a pleasure parkIn I

FORT BRAVO" r fined by the government. SEBRINO." sad_ Flor Wlitful da "Widow of IB Waa-'h.810n. George Murphy beamed and Phoenix. This was shelved for
WILLIAM NOLoaN IN COLOR If early teenagers falsify .on oO ." k ImpelBy followed the Brown Derby head. another enterprise: the Holly
.IIRINo-II..on' MrUnlork: The
Alno Ar nn nNtri their ages to get jobs, they Hirlpprr and Mar It Cool:' waiter toward a booth The ,wood exhibit at the New YorkWorlds
their WAUCHULA' -atarllle, "Cure of trmWeriwoll Fair.
expose generous employ. tlndead" Irishman stopped to table-hop
ers to stiff fines as soon as and Clirw HAVBN-RIL.: Sword Nan"WINfRN Carroll along the way, and pal told him, The studios cooperated; not
du-gooders bureaucrats discover Btonr and Ytllowilonr, b'I.U1.:"Eric Righter "George, you may win the Republican so the state of California. "The
the kids are under 16 ," "
conaurror Mam Mirr and primary. administration kept us waiting
rnrrf mooaea' Oo Around 11.. World
Parents have listened
too to
a P I In a Dane "And the general election, nine months before deciding not

too," Murphy replied firmly. to go In on the exhibit," said

Murphy adding another reason
ass AT tON ONLY Confidence Shown
Adult Enferfeinmsnf ATTENTIONSTUDENTS- Friday, Feb. 14, 1984 for his displeasure with the
He arrived at the booth aftera Democrats
l Win and Roiet"family
JACK"Days LaMMON LOS RIMIIR GENERAL TENDENCIES: Dec. 21) A solid, devoted attitude circuitous route and talked of
You will really have to use toward associates, customers the new career he has approached
nm all the love generated by et al, brings fine results with the same cheer

I Cupid patron saint today today. Use tact in all ful confidence he brought to his Contempt Charge

-w AGES 16-26 and tonight if you are to dealings Don't be afraid to first career as hoofer and actor

It avoid having some pretty state your aims, ambitions Now it's George Murphy, corporation -May Be Brought

harsh and unpleasant events CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to executive, World Fair
nttrlainmtnt DANCINGI occur. Really living the Golden Jan. 20) Be sure you study showman and candidate for

TONIGHT : I Rule and adding a sprinkling well the Ideas given you by United States Senate. With only ,Against WitnessBARTOWA

SATURDAY ( EVERY FRI. t SAT. NITES of affection and many advisers If you want to increase financier Leland Kaiser In the

l NIT NO T 00 ONLY 8-12 P.M.- compliments to those you income Plan to make Republican race as yet and the Lakeland worn
:. ....::... ..
meet takes out the sting otherwise -
changes, preferably tomorrow Democrats In a state of confusion an who allegedly threatened a
O'CONNOII Robe n present now. so that you streamline over the health of Sen. witness during circuit court
nFondaJaylofoMoriWanBackijs l DIFFERENTJazz j jR.cas ARIES (March 21) to April your activities. Clair Engle Murphy's can murder trial this week appears
NCulp' % //I 19)) If you show good friends! AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. didacy is being taken seriouslyby to be headed for a con tern pt-of-
SPECIAL LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! Band I III1lIr that you are a loyal and affectionate 19)) Being demanding or con party pros court charge.

ap.. MFM M C NUMM w IKCOLOR .l iIIf LNIPf person instead of fused In your thinking can What brought about his Circuit Judge William K.. Love
( EACH NIGHT picking on some slight fault, certainly bring unwarranted change from an acting career today said he will have Mary

WONDERFULWORLD this will lead to greater trouble your way. Just be "I wasn't working," he said Sue Ward "brought in" to face
0 ml BROfHLRSGRIMMIA 5 DAYS TIL Casual Ir Formal Wear-Admission $1.00 Per Parson things. Curb ambitions now. sure that your own activities "It seems that political activity the charges as soon as she obtains
Await a better day. are beyond reproach. Be doesn't hurt a liberal who Is an
.DA.ID( a lawyer.
COIORtNIY Days May TAURUS (April 20 to May courteous instead. actor, but it can hurt a conservative Judge Love said that he had
20) Rise above gossip PISCES (Feb. 20 to March .
N0. 1 II ]0 ONLrw advised Mrs Ward to employ a
IN COLON Lakeland Hills Paladium yourself and see to it that 20) Your anxieties are mostly "I decided to see if I could and
fREE KIDDIE SHOW lawyer have that attorney
"KING SOOMOS MINES" others don't damage their a figment of your imagination earn a living from what I had contact him.During .
Stewart Oranwr Otborah Kerr TOMORROW MORNING 154) L.ktlond Hilli Blvd Lakalarxi, Fla. own reputations, either. Be because others have been doing for nothing."
more cooperative with higher been acting strangely. Quietly His activities had been stage the murder trial of
--- ---pSHOWS- --- -- ----- -- ----= Zollie Leroy Polk, two Lakeland
.tips. Raising credit to a ignore the undesirable. managing the Republican National .
new high Is wise, too. Look at your duties objective. Conventions, helping the police officers testified that they
GEMINI: (May 21 to June' ly and get at them qUickly. Eisenhower campaigns and do- heard Mrs Ward, a witness for

21) Refrain from taking off IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN ing public relations chores for the state, threaten to kill Rich

foolish TODAY . it is Important ard Goodwin if he testified on
on some jaunt or you the film Industry. The latter(
t jeopardize reputation so care. that you early give earned him an Academy Award. behalf of Polk.
fully built up Work with enthusiasm the finest ethical trainingand Judge Love presided over the
much Desl Calls trial of Polk, who was sentenced
complete what you physical exerciseIn
From the start You have far greater order that the wonderful After he left MGM. Murphygot to life imprisonment aft
A energy than you think energy In this chart can be a phone call from Desi Ar- er an all.male jury found him

B man who shaflering MOON CHILDREN (June channeled along constructive naz. "I just bought a movie studio -guilty of slaying Dorsey Richter

Enferloinmenl 22 to July 21) Don't argue lines otherwise the troublemaker ," said the Cuban. "Come last July 25.CLUB.

sowatowN t ', fired with an expert or you lose instead of the trouble- over and help me run It."

M Experience! out the most in important shooter emerges, Excellent Murphy went with Desilu In a IS FORMED
"The Guns
:\ with affairs Follow advice with chart for personnel police or public relations and production Edward Mingledorff, a sophomore -

ox.N Is:4s ofNavaronel* out question. Be comfortingto other professions that deal capacity, then left to become a I at Florida Southern Cob

-tie six loved one in PM, who is with humanity in general. vice president with the new 1 lege, has been named chairmanof

mast apt to be feeling not quite Technicolor management. His I the Florida Southern College

FOEta4S Exciting up to par, duties include public and government 'Young Floridians for Mathews

,, Women LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) He Was HeldPrisoner relations He reckons 'Club which Is made up of cam.
b in Be diplomatic with any partner I his salary at a fifth of what he I pus supporters of State Sen.

', The World of long standing or there made as a film star but the John E Mathews of Jackson

AT can be a severing of connections In challenge and the opportunity ville, a candidate for governor.
at this time. Remain -- -- -- -

1:00JU: steadfast to duties on hand. Cookie
Keep out of trouble thusly, FactoryNEW

l VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept.
15:15 22) Know what is expectedof YORK (AP-An old

A you by co-workers and set gag tells how a slip of paper in rS tm
':50 K
up a new and more efficient a Chinese fortune cookie reads: t
system Later, do not be
"Help, I'm being held prisonerin R4
Irked by the strange ideas of }
n One OF usual allies The day has a Chinese fortune cookie factory -, Ie
r '
t Fhe Bestl made them overly'sentimental ." y 9

It happened Wednesday
A Reol Wor LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Robert Grove, 29, who was says at Just tell us how much money you needto
Fun is on your mind now, pay bills, for home improvements
s/fOCkeIF such a factory to complete details
but it is best you stick to vacations
repairs, for all seasonal
duties at hand and await the of his cookie order for a
expensesl Phone for prompt service!
week-end free time. One
you promotion stunt for Buffalo, t tl
love may not be in a good N.Y., radio station WKBW. LOANS UP TO $600FAMILY
humor Placate don't fly I

SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. was wandering around the rear l ]

.; 21) Be sure to surprise close of the factory, it closed, and he

ties with some thoughtfulgifts was locked in for four hours.
M wMN N1 neglecting them lately. Strive Too embarrassed to telephone FINANCE SERVICE, INC.

for greater security at home police, he signaled passersby, of Lakeland

Let outsiders be secondary who called police. They locatedthe 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor MU27183'I

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Whot'i your problem For ONE..SME'S HANDING THEM NT) .

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Abby. Bo. ;3365., Beverly II C.

MystifiedAbigail f Hills, Calif, and Include a c..n'.. J

Mll-oddieued stomped envelope

Abby answer oil :

moll. _
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DEAR ABBY 1 am I widow with two children. that mother I would have baked that beautiful apple '
For almost two yean I went with I widower. We got along pie and presented it to him with my own thanks. And then II / __ 4tlC3A ITSELF. WHENEVER WE AWy,HOPJECT1OMS. ANY SUBJECT OF HER ,

very well and seemed made for each other. He asked me to I'd have paddled my kids soundly for going onto other peo NO GIRL IN J THEN THAT see A SUSPECT; FOSDICK WB AVE HOBTAINED MAJESTY THE QUEEN-. J

marry him and I laid yes. Then all of a sudden, just before ple's property. THE WORLD GENTLEMEN, HAS VOLUNTEERED THIS ROYAL / > OF THE FEMALE SEX LT

the holidays, he said he needed more time to think things ANOTHER MOTHER Ct" KISSES t &OUR TOKISSHErM! PERMISSION:.'

over. He said he wanted the approval of his two older sisters LIKE HER!! CL.UE: !! RSONLV NATURALLY.

and he also wanted to talk it over with his deceasedwife MY DUT' 1'toc nmatlotsrA
DEAR ABBY How stupid can one be? When that "GoodNeighbor"
at her graveside in another town. I haven't heard from --
the two little neighbor children playing
him since. Aside from the hurt and humiliation I have suffered ==
the old ice box he had stored In his garage he should have

I can't help wondering what happened at his wife's been told that if he had turned the Ice box with the door up -

grave. Or do you think he was just trying to find an escape S
against the wall he wouldn't have to worry about anybody ,...IrT
because he changed his mind about marrying me? Can you crawling into It and suffocating to death

offer an explanation to ease my torment? SAN DIEGO DOCTOR

DEAR TROUBLED His skiers probably turned thumbs
DEAR ABBY We have our old out in the
down. What the graveside consultation turned up only themystic : refrigerator
widower knows. Who knows garage but it will never be a death trap for little children, or
-perhaps you are the pets who chance to wander Into the garage and find It a cozy THQ TIME / SHE AND weVe COT TO FIND] 1 THE SPACE COUPE IS OURS
place to curl up. You see, we have taken the door off! SHE WAS I THOUGIIT HAD V NAVE COT IJO STORM AND CRASW- PROOF* ANDSCANTLY

DEAR ABBY! I sizzled when I read that letter from SAFETY FIRST CLAD SEBINt3 1 WAS DISAPPEARED AR. a i rr t IT CAN BE OPERATED
"GOOD NEIGHBOR" who found two little tots playing Inside V NGSitFLIPSWAS THINGS! BU2ZARD. b''e' w

I an old refrigerator he had stored In his garage He said he CONFIDENTIAL TO "FOURTEEN YEARS BEHIND" t7 IN THE SNOW I. c nka oCtiyz

scolded them and explained how dangerous it was, and then Tell your husband to quit clowning. He may have been mar- /O u r '

he gave them each I good swat on the behind ao they'd ried a total of :2S years to three different wives, but he has r O u O .

remember it. Then he got a call from their mother telling been married to YOU only II years. So tell him that when he

him it was against the law to lay hands on someone else's puts In another 14 years with you you'll be glad to celebrate ;

child, and he'd be hearing from her lawyer! If I had been your 25th wedding anniversary with him.


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(IHe Is Welcome
.-. .-...-.-. ; Field Mice Stop BRIGHTON, England (AP-

Albert Watts hal the problemBack, At NASA

VISQUEEN Fourteen Trains of what to do with I

MIRACLE mice. Watts is an inspector for
.I the Royal Society for Preven- WASHINGTON (AP) Fortson -
OSAKA (AP) Four-
PLASTIC of Cruelty to Animals. mer astronaut John H. Glenn

teen passenger train on Ja.pan' A lady was evicted from her Jr.. campaigning In Ohio for _. ---
FOR CONCRETE PORES busy Tokaido railroad apartment and fin e d five the -- ; ---rl'eTtured i ;
Democratic senatorial nom- 1
GOOD.- THAT "Toihnj ) Res rest _
S AND THOUSANDSOF delayed from 5 to 40 minutes pounds $14) for allegedly cans. rijoltinj-sorrowing \ .
were ination will alwa yTwentytwo s be welcome I MON'e TAS 6MOU9 IN6I : onward throujh life ha gcssi \ / cl'.t )
to 192 of them.
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'had gnawed a cable, which got Watts, laying ". like white James E. Webb NASA ad- bo Darned a cljr.t'a repoes" -- .;, ,
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A-1 RADIO 88 though I may be lumbered that this would include space

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J._ N. Mw... Ownflf .. rest /f their Jive." Glenn who made the first

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II LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, Feb. 14, 1M4
Mulberry Kiwanis Plays No Grounds Found To Revoke

I [ Let's Play BridgeBy i I Host To Scout PicnicThe Richard Burton's U. s. Visa STOCI CAR

Mulberry Kiwanis Clulplayed through the cooperation .of
NfloJork fflmri Felghen contended Burton's presence In this country, he
ALAN TRUSCOTT host to 28 Boy Scouts/state:, federal and private organ.
be "detrimental
held, would to
this week as of the 54th atlons that much of the scout- WASHINGTON The State romance with Elizabeth Taylor, RACES
Unreliable statistics suggest finesse and winning the trick part the morals of the youth of the
announced that In the
Department with whom he costarred ,
Scout anniversary being ing was able to be carried out. "
that an American bridge playeris with dummy's four. Actually recognized an Investigation had producedno nation \
more likely to change his West put up the jack and led during the current scout Special guests at the Klwanlan grounds for the revocationof motion picture "Cleopatra, was Burton Is scheduled to open LAKE REGION
wife than to change his bidding his other spade. Dummy ducked ing week. The scouts were scout outing were the Polk the passport Isa Issued last "a public outrage. Burton'sHaven his production of "Hamlet" in SPEEDWAY I ILoc.t.
system. Europeans, on the again East's king was trumped, treated to a barbecue on the County Board of Commissioners month to Richard Burton the New York on April 1. His visa
.. ... Hi Old UWinter .
whole, are more conservativeIn American Agriculture ChemicalCompany' Issued Jan 22 In *
Office on
was recognition
and four rounds of clubs were Polk County Sheriff Monroe British actor Tag Masse ...
the former and flexiblein recreational area ,
more The revocation had been urged of his status as an actor
the latter.Hundreds led.There was no defense for south of Pierce. :Moorman Brannen, Lakeland, and Mark District L. by Rep. Michael A. Felghan, Open TomorrowWINTER and Is good until June, II I SUNDAY FEB. 1
of bidding systems Herbert Wilkins, scout executive D-Ohlo, following a hearing of I
had ruffed he
West. If he high 12-Rums 21POWDER
G.t.l Op" :
have been devised since the would have got only his trump of the Gulf Ridge Council I Forester of the Florida Forest Federal officials by an Immigration HAVEN The Win Sile of the ancient city of Car-
early days of contract but very tricks. If he had ruffed low dummy -was the featured speaker at the service subcommittee that he headsat ter Haven automobile tag thage was on a peninsula of the PUFF
few players In this country have would have over-ruffed; the outing. Wilkins told the group a closed meeting on Feb. 3. agency located In the American north African coast three miles 1-1DERBY
been willing to leave the well- diamond ace, the diamond king that during the past 54 years: DUMMY PAYS OFF The witnesses, Abba Schwartz, Legion building, 46 FourthSt. from modern Tunis. I
trodden standard paths laid and a diamond ruff would then more than 30 million: peoplehave I I LONDON (AP)-Detectives of administrator of the State De- ., SW, will be open on Satur- :',: ; ,..tu l.s
down originally by Ely Culbert- have led to an end-play. West been associated with I Scotland Yard's flying squad partment's bureau ,of securityand day, manager Frank TiUis said 1OIR: TICKET TO 1 wblandlnlwn.n .
son and Charles H. Goren. Although -chose to discard a diamond, so scouting; and that scouting is pounced on a four-man gang as consular affairs, and Ray- today IMPORTED FOODS '
the Roth-Stone and Kap- Schenken cashed the diamond the only way many city boys it raided a clothing store Thursday mond F, Farrell director of the I The agency will open at 8:30: i "'-J ",..
lan-Shelnwold systems can boast king and ace and played his ever have of coming in contact, night. The signal to movein Justice Departm nt'l Immigration am. and remain open as longa Jllclor, :J.r", i 1"1
many followers among tournament -last club Again West had n o, with conservation and the great was given by a detective and naturalization service required by persons seeking Class.n4 Mrly R Sporttmcn Is.d.hrsdn.
players they are heavily resource and the contract was out-ofdoors. standing in the store window promised a review of the Burton to purchase their 1964 automobile MOVf MM tNOffMS,_UMIISVtMtMl .. |
outnumbered by the standard made. Wilkins said that it_was only posing as a tailor's dummy. case. tags.

It now seems likely that Howard
Schenken's Big Club system CENT Limit Out With $5 or More Order -ASTOR
will gain a permanent fol
lowing. "Better Bidding In 15
Minutes," Is already In its third Coffee
printing and his precepts are '
being followed not only by some
players In New York City but
also In Arizona and California. 5 BEE

The system represents a radical ,
departure from standard Mb.CM. SAYEI
methods in using a forcing bid 49C
of one club for all hands with 20c
18 or more points or the distributional "

he Schenken had been equivalent.probably playing wished his that own h 12 6 oz.Pkg.Cans 8 9 C limit One With $5 or More Order- ASTOR

system when he held the South FXCEl.4 ,
hand In the deal shown today.
It was played at rubber bridge
st the Phoenix Country Club in tri Arizona, where he spends much
of his time.
Warning to OpponentsThe 1010 E. ROSE ST DEEP SOUTH CrtnJM,
opening heart bid and 813 S. FLORIDA AVE. "A"r.'NChStrawkrYy. 3-lb. 19 C SAVE!
the spade response warned East- 30c
West that they should keep out 'witty lIt.tI...*rfs4 Preserves Can
of the auction. In spite of the / 2C .
misfit South decided to makea 3 100
lAV110.-CRACKIN'000 Jars

bid.game-forcing He was well jump-shift aware thata re- Bars 2-i.Ftf.limit Twt 39KS.IC ''Sam Orlit Quick Frozen 5 to 7 Pound Average

game contract might prove ':
impossible if North held a mini 3c -THRln MA D' HA10 ISAVE $
mum response with values onlyIn ** t
spades, but a rebid of two Milk limit Fwr + CRY 799'IWtnr..GoIce: Lomb
clubs which could have been .. r' g es r '
made on a minimum hand, SAVE F' ONLY
seemed more out of line on his s'
actual holding.A Cocktail 5--'I00 a, Whole J or
Schenken one-club bid would SAVE 10e- SIDE BAY PINK clew.Iwlt !
have expressed the power of the 11b 1 *+' D.I.iatF.rAstsWNI.r1 Rump Half 49c
hand Immediately, and a Salmon. TSRC.S 49 $ wmI
response from North positive t "9j RIGfU" i' s unit I Giant Dart Per FoundShank

would have guaranteed a game. SAVEIOc-THAIFTYMIAID a s I

As it when was Schenken the bidding had reached a problem Catsup 225 14 : l'"':lH ,SlE: 49, u.lto.M Half. < 59

three no-trump. He had not SAVE45CTHRIF1YMAlDTOMATO w
fully described his unusual distribution
and It was quite pos 46aGasUmltnres oO J .(jR I ATlUE$ '

sible that a suit contract was J liceIFTYMAIDCRUMSTYIE
superior One suspects that his RATH BI.,C,vtlAWK RIO.SlICED

decision slightly Influenced to bid further by the was Corn 10 .1 Bacon ? .lb. 49?

thought that he would become .

Peas 8UmttElk(1 s Bacon 39* \
NORTH 16>.
S WE '
..14 303 CM r 1 AST* 0'SEA HEAT*SERVE FISH

4.K 10(12 Beans SbaHFwr lot -
+.8 6 Slicks 'Pkg. 79C

V Mayonnaise Lo:39c W:
4 Q74 J9S Bolonna 49'
(D) 2ATat t I ; RATH MILD BAGSausage

V*.. -K A8 AKQJ4 10715S Butter SAVE Sauce 6c THRIFTY MAID. .TOMATO. 3. UI.R*K Z3 _______________'____j__j_____________________ 3 Ibl. rO

North-South were vulnerable. 1 t ,R tilU <( OI :;B U'
The bidding: SAVE -LISSY'S f
South West North East = W-D BRAND U.S. CHOICE BONE IN
1 V Pass I. Pass Pumpkin 2 25'DIXIE
S ... Pass S N.T. Pass Chucl
Pass Dble. Pass Pass
Pass Buns 29CDIIE Roast 1&.
West led the spade six. .

As it happens three no-trump Bread 2 s= 41'BIXIl n.79'
would have been much easier .
and North could actually have
made 11 tricks by doubledummy 0 0 0 1
play. After a minor-suit SEABREEIEGrade'A'florida.
lead six tricks are taken in the THRIFTY FROZEN ORANOl ft. 19tJuice
South hand and a diamond
ducked to East. The North hand 4 '100 Large

then East comes can be into end Its-played own and In FRESH FROZEN SLICEDStrawberries :.f.R H: ,PRQ UC E: .
spades at the finish. 3 $100 EGGS
West's double of four hearts McKINSIE FROZEN MIXEDVegetables n, u.s. No. I Vent'( VUI
looked like a good thing, but it
was as disastrous as a similar 2 ft $1 00 _

double shown In this column last FARM1-OUSE: FROZEN APPLE OR PEACH 2 $1 Potatoes
week Schenken was 'able t o
place all the missing trump Fruit Pies 3 $100] doz.
with West, because nobody dou s s
Dies Schenken without a very 10 Ba39c
good reason. Fries 4$100 mEtAL'ASSOITID

South played low from dummyon

East's the jack.spade A lead small and heart ruffed was I P tR'( ;SP CIAL. $: Plastic Ware Tomatoes FANCY VINE RIPE ,230

led. and If West had played low, UtStyUSfnrTrsf ,
South would have had the rare WISCOMS! 1 MUDCheddar UOI
pleasure of taking a first-round! Cheese .59c T.... ea. PIECE 49' FIRM GREEN HEAD
INK** Isdst
Cornet Rouses
Brick Cheese .. 5ge SCOTCI All PURPOSIApples

Youth In ComaBOISE SUPERBRAND COTTAGE Thermos Jugs 5Ba9490

Cheese 2-Cap 55e '.i.6 29c ,

Bell, 14, In since fallinj
a coma
from a cliff nearly a year ago, Margarine 'lb. 29c JIM. Onions 5 ,IlIBIg39I'
was roused briefly by the play .

Ing of a cornet. 'Ml: ;yr Nl 'WlI.I/iMI.IJJf.l ( AltuuA."U.N.mI.I.UU\ : /llf.NNNN! :
John a former trumpet stu EXTRA TOP VALUE tI &
dent Is at the Elks Rehabilitation rba 4s! ww..d *./.' Center in Boise, Idaho. aerd.n'tInlMas' rM. MM-MN..d Mrs|MKlMMlfAntlMBlk -"' mufMi*se* rYur of d /w.A.w.1
rMM/w/M..dsx/w.F.-.1 .. ... ,
Sl tlm d itMl .
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Leonard B. Smith of Detroit, C.fI.. .... sin I' ( Llst.d.. 'a98e TOIMIMPL1. ,' i... 8ge II'J CeaEPW.rtbS1MM_ ] l'ON.UJ.NU'M 'K, 89c .

nationally known cornetist 1 ir Owd..llraCA.AeWIw.DId.IMr.HMIf, 01.1/IR CUtlOMIIC ..... ".l,sra CadlWl.r.q.NA.r-. ) ,..4"""M.11I,....a..........N-.1 -../w ,...ChoIo a._.10 N.r ..a Wto....10_
town to play with the Shrine .. 11..1' atoll ONI H. CUIIO..I m CUtTOMUJOOEXTR
ON' H. H.
band, went to Bell's bedside."If l!:) "10 V.M rhw.A sdw.rr II CLAIM Vd4 Th.h _.. II C.qM Vd4 TAnih,......., II c..Ilan,.. Yid ON'Ihrws5._'V II rwa,,_.. II
like what I'm going t( I
you I /=2JIJJJ;; }1' : '' fFtmmfNml1ffN'ltm <
play finish, ,blink" Smith your reportedly eyes told ''e'I'1. :\ r 1 rI.I.UI.I.I.I.lu.UU/'UI.U>llU,'tI. ,tQ 'W\MMM.MJ.JJ>>}JJJ.I.NMl.t 'Wl Mr_ 'I lW.(' .

the youngster. As the musk wlYr l'".-A,TOP.. 004.VALUE... ....STAMPS......of 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS I :100 EXTRA TOP VALUE SO EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS_ 50_EXTRA. TOP VALUE. ..STAMPS
MIA d.-.M..1 M. r.M .d.... .., _ws.. of HIM WVM** MM. -ttHolleway
ended Bell blinked his eye I..M- ill LAM-.Iw. rM MM m. .
F Armour Star Any Virtoty SinTsrutwMMisUiaPUu .1Y. -....... : ,1.h'l....... HOUM ....... lahtdl .
and also fingered a couple o, Halo W..t Anl r 5399 I' : 2 58c Patstsn 2 Ilk...78c
notes In the air as though playing (OMd. wb'will cad a..-... ,.. ... .. I Skits" 't $ STAMPSJ CoH..11di Pta. _..._
the trumpet. liMIT ONI Nl sm 0. wl,.wIt c.. a YA.wd.Mr. '004""" ...c::a........ Owd..Ir. sr4 CAd-.10' O"d..Ir x.a Ca.A 1 Y'
Officials said .it was his firs t Cw/- V.1i4 Th.h II Cw.M VoIi4 C_VoW_&.. 1 Cwlw VoW TM..ms_.II c_VoWell -.II

last real March response 13.since the acciden 'ff11'i"'m.mtJ'fJ'ft'i'n'l'lJ ii.toww-1J'MINrtmWW'm' w'f } :

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, Feb. 14. IN4 I!
Linked To Power Fight .
kV \ ; ..""

New City Policy ]"r1"a\ E.

Seen On Electric i" ', .. i...._ '. ."i.:" "'I"' _
.A _. .. h __ "' '''

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I By W. D. SHILLING Electric from coming Into the
Ledger Staff Writer territory served for many NEW YORK (AP-The stock Ford rose rto 53% on :S.000 at 53

The city commission Is expected years by the city market was slightly higher in shares. Also unchanged Santa Fe

to approve a policy at It was disclosed this morn moderately active trading at New York Central pushed opened at 28% and Du Pont at

ill. meeting on Monday deny. ing that Lakeland officials had the opening today ahead % at 33 on 3,500 share: 264.
ing water met privately with Thomas Small gains by key stocks '
or sewer service toJ Sperry Rand eased % at 19% General Dynamics eased ,.
any customer purchasing power Maclnnes president of Tampa outnumbered losers to 27% on 1,000 shares
on 4,000 shares. American Can
from Electric earlier this week to On blocks of 1,500 shares
a private firm.
: utility discuss the developing power Eastman Kodak rose % to 122 dropped V4 to 01)utconlo2,000 Bethlehem Steel gained % at
1 Approval of the proposed controversy. A1 and Bayuk Cigar gained % At shares and Royal 33% on 1,400
policy was voiced this morn 49 at 43'/i on 1,000.International Yesterday the Associated
ing by four members of the Maclnnes was quoted as
saying that Tampa Electric International Paper eased '/ Telephone open Press average of CO stock dip-
governing body present at the would extend Its transmissionlines at 31% on 5,600 shares ed on 10,000 shares unchanged ped .2 to 294.5.
agenda briefing session preceding .1 i
the commission's regu. north and south of Lake-

.1 lar meeting.The land if permission were obtained BLUE CHIPS
from the state. He reportedly -
policy Is aimed directly said that the private

at the Tampa Electric Co., utility would be willing to negotiate -
Which is seeking to extend Its.
transmission lines a "territorial agree SALUTI TO COLORS-Lt. Co,. Robert H. N.......", loft cemmendlng., officer of the ..", y', AVA ENi'iNE! '
to serve ment" with the of Lake
customers north and south of City ROTC unit at Florida. Southern College, and. MI Sat. L. B Berne .Bortow eolute the colon during FROM MY [

the municipal limi..... land.Youkey a formal review af tha college .....ho. The review ass hold 'In honor ef S,. Suns, mombeaf d
and Utility Director the ROTC staff tinea 1 955. alto hat .been .....1."... fa Notional Guard. duty. In' Louisiana ersa
It would specifically affect Dan Mcintosh kept the impending i J 6 /
business firms In the areas with 4
fight e
Should they contract for servo Electric ater, just south of the munch ROTC Staff r tad J
a closely guarded Lakeland High I 1aaF t
ice from the private utility secret until the situation! was :
have been
firm If it obtains permissionfrom disclosed at the meeting in Both areas ser 4M
ved for by the Member IsReassigned
many years Band ConcertSet
the State Road Department Ft. Lauderdale yesterday of of Lakeland. Lit
for right-of-way lines. the State Road Department.The City M 1aveoto.n .-1"
An Industrial firm In the SRD deferred action on Upon the recommendationof
area In which Tampa Electric the request of the Tampa Reynolds, Smith & Hills, TomorrowThe
proposes to operate said this power company. of Jacksonville, the city's con. JVITJS STOCKS *

morning that it had been contacted Mayor Harold Grizzard opposed suiting engineers, Lakeland Lakeland High School M/Sgt. L, B. Barnes of Bar
rejected the Tampa Electric Band will 45 minute tow a member of the army's r I
by the private utility the "secrecy" approach put on a rf1 e
last fall about power service. contending that the public offer and the commission concert at the Claude Jenkins ROTC staff at Florida South. The Daily InvestorBy

A spokesman for 'the firm information should be placed voted to proceed with its Lincoln-Mercury lot 941 East ern College since 1953 has
$96 million utility expansion been reassigned to National
aid his company presently before the taxpayers of Lake .
buys about $14,000 worth of land. program Main Street, on Saturday afternoon Guard duty in Alexandria La. WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. back on his Inventory by sell

power annually from the Cityof The "secrecy" approach was from 3 to 3:45: p.m. The As a departing tribute, he You have explained a number ing In round lots.
Lakeland; that Tampa Electric maintained in the hope that Cub Pack 730 Dreadnaught band is scheduledto was the guest of honor at a AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE of things bout odd-lot trad- Meanwhile, every odd-lot dealer

had offered to furnish the an agreement could be reached go to Washington, D. C, in formal review this week of Ing In recent columns. You even has a record of all odd-lot

same amount of power for with Tampa Electric before Plans BanquetCub April to participate in the annual the college's ROTC Cadet Bat Latest Close poked fun at "so-called sophls. buy or sell orders he filled for
about $9,000. the development of an open talion. the
of electric Pack No. 730, Cherry Blossom Festival. Am Elec ................. l'/4 tlcated Investors" who watch public.
fight. Scout
The department of 28 military The odd-lot
Mcintosh said that Memorial The concert will be In conjunction X veteran years' Barnes Eng .............. 28%| odd-lot figures to see If thereIs trading figures
and water utilities reported Tampa sponsored by Wesley
which watch and
service Sgt Barnes was some people
............. 61/ more odd-lot buying than Cldd-
this morning that the firm in Electric proposed lines from Methodist Church will hold ill. with the open house being assigned to the old Bartow Dorsey Corp "chart" so carefully, In a frankly
.. .. .. lot vice
14 selling versa.
Falcon Sea Dr ... .. % or
lion a commercial the Orange Park plant of Blue and Gold banquet tomor held Claude Jenkins Lincoln-
by Army Air Force Base in 1952 futile attempt to outguess the
Guard Chem ... .......... NS!
This When
but that it II eligible American Cyanamid Co. to row night at 7 o'clock In the Jenkins substantial stumps me. one
power rate Mercury. was a He was sent to Korea shortly ups and downs of the stock
Gulf Am .................. 4'/ buys stock, someone
Lake immediatelynorth celebratethe person
municipality's church to
to apply for the Crago gymatorlum contributor to the band's
afterwards and also served in market are the reports of odd-
Gulf Sulphur &y
low industrial rate of the municipal limits 54th anniversary of the Boy fund. else sells that stock. So there
Commissioners Indicated this along State Highway 33, the Scouts of America.A trip Japan before returning hereon Kratter ........\......... 98 can never be more buying than lot buying and selling on the
The house marks the his assignment to Florida New York Stock Exchange.
open Lucky Friday........... 31
morning that hey would authorize Polk City Road.In uniform inspection will be completion of a comprehensive Southern in 1955. Occidental Pet ........... W selling. RlghltA. Each day all odd-lot dealerson
Manager Robert addition the Tampa utility with ; Right. But there's more tit <
City held during the evening, renovation which Jen- that stock exchange reportto
program In Louisiana he will serve Redwing Carrier .......... Ni
V Youkey and City AttorneyJ proposes to extend its lines the five Cubs with the highest kins and his two Jimmie than that And where odd the exchange the total of all
sons ..
Road State with a National Guard advis Stephan Co. ......... ... 9V!
Hardin Peterson Jr. to take on the Mulberry ( number of points to be treatedto and embarked in lots are concerned it is possible KId-lot buy and sell orders they
Murdoch (
upon ..
near ory group. Syntex .... .... ... .... 132;
all necessary steps Including Highway 37) to a point an afternoon movie. October, when they assumed to keep some tabs on whetherthe filled The exchange makes
the Lakeland Drive In The. Sgt and Mrs. Barnes and Tampa Elec ........... .. 251,4Textron
court action to block Tampa and of public (Investors and speculators these figures public the follow.
ownership management ..
their daughter Mary Lou, live Elec. ...... .... NS
the firm. alike) Is day.Those.
Plans ing
Santa Fe s
in Bartow at 1240 Llghtsey OVER 11tE.cOUNTER ff"'
doing more buy- show whether
Visitors attending the open Ave. A son Robert, and a MUTUAL FUNDS figures
3 Persons Injured When Entrance ExamsSanta house will view one of the most daughter, Mrs Dan Ervln, BANKS, Etc. ing or more there Is more public odd-lot
selling. or odd-lot selling on each
modern automobile showrooms also live in Bartow. Bid buying
Fe High School will and customer service departments Affiliated Fund .......... 8,38 You're correct business day..

r Auto Is Struck By TrainS conduct entrance examinationsfor in central Florida Alice ................... .. 7% when you I t
all eighth graders leaving In Issuing his Invitation to attend Am Express ............. 37i say that when I Q. Please settle this once and

public or parochial elementary his firm's open house Jenkins $44,000 Auto Merch .............. 2 one person for all. I gave my broker an
S Three persons were injui said Damage to the car wai I 1 schools who wish to enroll there, stated, "We are anxious to Chase Man Bank...... .. 64Vi buys, someone [ order to buy 14 shares of a

when their car was struck esti $700. damage th an Atlantic Coast Line railroad train sustained $100 secretary for the school sible from the greater Lake. Fidelity Fund ...........16.98 If you give I' sent me a "confirmation state-

afternoon She said the tests will be land area with our completely Fla. Gas ....... .......... 9% your broker an ment" showing that the "trade
train late yesterday Capital of ancient Inca culture held Saturday morning, startS new facilities and the new customer AccidentBARTOW Fla Pub. Util ........... 23'/ order to buy 100 DOYLE date" was Jan. I and that the

at the Ingraham Avenue railroad was located in the PeruviarU.n. i at 9 o'clock, at the high school satisfaction policies we Fla. Steel .. ............. 91h shares of com- "settlement' date" was Jan. 10.
crossing next to the Bartowby city of Cuzco. Examination fee is 11. have 'installed" Fla Tel. ............... .. 28'/ mon stock on a stock exchange,, I did not receive the stock certificate .
...6....way. The parents of Fla. Tile ................. W it's doubtful that you will ever until three weeks later.
Sgt. H. W. Foster Identifiedthe four children Injured last Dec, Founders Life ............ 61/ know who sold those 100 share The certificate was dated Jan.

injured as Maryon Baron, 4 when a runaway car plunged Gulf Life ...........u.. .. 58% you bought. I 28.
I 1804 Richmond Road, who suffered Conner COne alls College Students through a group of students Incorp Invest ............ 73' Most stocks are traded in When did I become the ownerof
cuts to the right side of awaiting a school bus yester Inter County Tel & Tel. 49 round lots of 100 shares those 14 shares?

her head a fractured left day filed suits for damages Jackson Mln Hart ...... 57/ But If you give your brokeran A On Jan. 6 the trade

shoulder, multiple contusionsand totaling $44,000. Lewis Bus Forms ........ 171/ order to buy an odd-lot (of date. That's the date on which
a possible skull fracture Of ]State's Major Assets Mrs. Marguerite Friable, Nationwide ............... 14% less than 100 shares) on a stock your broker bought the stock
and concussion; Marilyn lang- the driver of the car and A. H. Robins .... ......... 373,4 exchange the shares you buy for you the date on which
ford, 1847 Salem Road and her Frisbie Publishing Co., identified Taylor Inst ............... 5314' will be sold by an odd-lot dealer. your buy order was filled.
son. Dale nine, both of whom College students comprise cot He complimented Florida I ern when I was a student at the as owner of the car, are TV. Elec Fund .......... 788 The settlement date, normallythe
suffered minor Injuries. of Florida's major assets ai Southern's citrus department University of Florida" he observed named codefendants in each Trans Gas Pipe Line ... .. 21% An odd-lot dealer is a mem- fourth business day following

Mrs Baron's condition was described "our state prepares for ever,I for its large number of graduates "and as a member of of the three suits Travelers .. .. .. .........197'% ber of a stock exchange whose the trade date, is the last
as fair this morning at greater growth and expansion,' in all areal of the Industry the Cabinet I am fully aware Seventeen year-old Ronald United Ilium .. ... ........ 38 principal function Is to fill odd I'day on which the transactioncan
Lakeland General Hospital. Mrs Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and said his own department it of the wonderful Improvements Thompson was killed when the Universal Foods ......... .32: lot buy or sell orders placed by be settled When you buy.

Langford and her son were Doyle Conner said hen employed 15 or 20 FSC alumni. your school has made in recent car ran through the school Walters Jim ... .. ......... 29% the public. you must make payment by the

treated at the emergency room last night. ""Our state will continue to years." yard. An odd.lot dealer will buy In settlement date. When you sell
and released. He was the speaker at thi! offer splendid career opportunities Robert Cattarius of I Lakeland, Plaintiffs In the suits are NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE round lots of 100 shares (risk- 'you must make "good delivery"of
: annual Greek Week banquet o r for college graduates he president of the Interfraternity Ernest Gorum, suing I Individually ing his own money In "taking the securities by the settle
Whistle Not Heard Florida Southern College's fraternities said. Council, presided at the banquet and as the father Latest 11 a.m. positions") in order to have ment date.

Foster said the accident happened and sororities, held 1 ii I Current projections foresee Conner was Introducedthe and guardian of Darius I Close Price shares available to fill odd-lot I Don't let the later date on the

when Mrs. Langford was the college cafeteria. need of 21 per cent more by Miss Joyce Lehman of Charlotte Gorum, N. T. Ward suing Air Reduction 57'/ 57% buy orders from the public certificate bother you. It Just
driving the car toward Lakeland "Our growing pains must b< public school teachers 80 percent N. C, president of the individually and as father of Aldens 284 28/ Or an odd-lot dealer after took that long to square away

on the Bartow Highwayand accompanied by an ever In: more college teachers, and Panhellenic Council. James R. Ward, and JackF. Allegheny Ludlum 39% 39 buying a batch of odd lots to the paper work and Issue a cer-

attempted to make a right creasing number of capable. 21 per cent more industrial emConcert Tonight McCall suing Individuallyand Allied Chem 54% 54% fill public sell orders will cut tificate In your name.
turn onto Ingraham Avenue as leaders, and we are countinf; ployes he added. as father of Joan and Allied Stores 57% 57
on college students like you t( Another Greek Week highlight Sue McCall.
the train approached. A "is fine Am Bosch 15'/ 15% Latest Ham.
college campus a Latest 11 a.m.
foi will be a jan concert -
progressive for
Florida make r
help ready The suits seek $10,000
Mrs. Langford did not hear the tremendous ahead ',I proving ground for future leaders by the Dave Brubeck com- Am Cyanamid 60% 60'% Clove Price Close Price
growth Injuries to each youngsterand
the train's whistle. Foster re- Conner said In all areas of our commua bo at 8 o'clock tonight In the $1,000 for medical expenses Am'Home Prd 65% 66 Gen Tel Be Elec 3313335 Proctor & Gamble 80% 81%
ported, but did see the train approaching icy, state and national life," new Branscomb Auditorium. and for each parent Am Hospital 22V 21% Gen Time 12'h 120/8 Pub Srv Elec & Gas 78% 77%
She applied the IS Million Seen Conner told the students Tickets will be available to the being "deprived of the ser Am Mach & Frdy 18'/' 18% Gen Tire 221.! 22'-'' Pure Oil 42% 42%

brakes and the car came to a He predicted that the state's I "It Is also true that college public at the box office vices" of his child. Am Metal Prd 19% NS Gillette 30'V. 31'.4IW' Raybistos Man 40% NS

halt on the tracks. population will reach U.OOO.OOt I fraternities and sororities enAn all-Greek dance will bee The suits were filed In Cir Am Motor 16%' 16% R. Grace 501,4 500/8 Rep Steel 41% 411%

The train the Naples Cham by the year 2,0000-triple courage the development of held tomorrow night and the cuit Court here by DanielH. Am Res & Dev 23'/j 23% Great A Be P Tea 361,4 36Y48112 R. J. Reynolds 39% 38%
pion, engineered by R. W. Fin- present number. brotherhood scholastic achieve week's observance will end James an attorney with a Am Seating 37'/j 37 Greyhound 48% Reynolds Met 35% 36
gar of 2242 Jungle St., struck Tourism more Industria:I ment leadership, and participa Sunday with an 11 a.m. worship West Palm Beach firm. Am Tobacco 28 28' Grumman 41% 41% Rhod Sel Trust 5% 6
the car and the auto turned complexes and agriculture in. tion in campus activities social service in the Annie Pfciffcr Am Tel & Tel 145% 144% IBM 554 5531h R.C. Cola 51% 52%

around once and rolled back eluding: citrus, will continue tc I functions and athletics," he Chapel conducted by the Rev. THEATER VS. CHURCH Ampex 15\% 15'/ Int Harvester 8054 600/8 Safeway Stores 59% 59%
across the highway into the be the chief factors of Florida'I said. Wilton Carter associate pastor Ariz Pub Ser 31 30% IMC 7% 73slnt Scott Paper 30t31%
southbound lane. well-balanced economy, Conner r "A frequently overlooked ben- of First Methodist Church. When Christianity became Armco Steel 67% 68 Min & Chem 1134 71% Seaboard Air R 44% 45
No charges were filed. Foster said.Needn't efit of 'fraternity and sorority Meanwhile, colorful displays J fashionable the customs of the Atcha top 28'/ 28% lot Paper 31o/a 31 Va Sears 104% 104%
-- ores "''GMTIINCOME membership Is the significant built by fraternities and sororities t heater: were transferred to the All! Refin 54\% 54 Int Tel & Tel 1i5 55 Shattuch 11% 11%
part played by these organizations may be viewed on the churches and the congregation Auto Can 14 13% Jones Laughlin 68Y 88Y Sinclair Oil 461% 46"

1- as training schools for lawns of chapter houses. Tro- :applauded preaching by waving Avco 2202208 Kelsey Hayes 38'.4 38 Socony 72% 72%
leadership," he said >hies will be awarded the three I men cloths, according to the Beneficial 56% 5i'/J( Kimberly Clark 64'4 64% S.C. Elec & Gas 57% 57%
TAX I "I first visited Florida South- best displays picked by judges. encyclopaedia Britannica. I Beth Steel 31% 33% Kerr-McGee 371fs 37YeKorvelte Southern 55 58%
27 NS
Blaw-Knox %
4b 32% 33\\% Sperry Rand 19% 19%
46% %
Lear-Siegler J311a 131,4Llggette Spiegel 30% NS
Brunswick 10% 10% "Myerl 7n 78 Std Oil Cal 61% 62>,,

: Burlington 43% 44 Litton nds 70'. f>9'Va Std Oil Ltd 64 64
; / '- Burroughs 22% 23 Lone Star Gas 23Ya 2314 Std Oil N.J. 80% 80%
Cat Tractor 511\% 51%
Oil 31 31%
Loral Elec W. 8% Sunray %
Celanese 59% 591. P. Lorrllard 431% O'Vs Tenn Gas & Trans 20% 20%
t ;. Chenetron 26%' 26'/i.1 Madison Fd 20'4 2011a Texaco 73% 73}.
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Ches & Ohio 71 41% 71', Magnavox 3834 39t4Marguerdt Texas Gulf Sul 23% 23
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'' Chrysler : NS 9% Tidewater 40% 4034
9y t r Cin Gas & Elec 26 25
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1 1I 1t Martin Marietta 20 20 Sup %
I ). Cities Ser 66% 5V/J '
t :McCrory II II l Union Bag NS 36/
Coca Cola 118 118% McKesson 431'' 44 Union Oil 80% 80%
Colgate Pal 40% 40% Merk 1161.. 118Minn. Union Pac 39% 39%

Collins Rad 19% J91,4 Hnwl 1313' 133',4 I Union Tank 35% 35%
Columbia Gas 28% 28% I United Fin 27 27
MMM 6854 119%
be a Headache! Com Credit 40'% 40% Mont Ward 3734 37',4 I United Fruit 21 21%

,Con: Edison 82% 82% Nat Biscuit 5811a NS I U. S. Inds 8% 9
Give Ht your '.. works t I Con Foods 47% 47% Nat Can 14% 1434 I UU.. S. Rubber 47% 47%
W. probably. con sans you i Consumer Pwr 48% 48% Nat Dairy 681fa 68% I S. Steel 5414 53%

much more then our nominal Cont Can 45% 45% Nat Fuel 32'Vs NS Upjohn 56". 54Vendo ',

when 5 Cont Oil 64'h 64'% Nat Gyplen 46Y.t. 46 16*, 16"4arnerLambert
charge we prepare Ctrl Data 92% 92% Nat Tea 14.% / 25% 25'%
your ,.,,,.,,,. Our .."Ic. leaccurate Corn Prds 64% 63% Nia-Mohawk 52 l43f 52'Okla / 1 W. Air Brake 30'% 30%

quick and. cam Wl3 Crown Cork 27% 27% I Gas & Elec 27\8\ 271,4 1 Westinghouse 33% 33%
uvr urtiss-Wright 18% 1814 4 1 Winn Dixie 30 NS
Plan! Outboard Marine 16% 161,4
mmnm( Den & Rio R R 20% 20% Pac Gas & Elec 31% 31'h.' 1 Woolworth 72% 73
De Soto Chem 20% 20% Xerox: 77% 78%
Pan Am 25 25
w. t"..""""""".t. pnpo'otio at every MIwa mars. IfII Sulphur ;
I nuke any .'.... that coit you any Peachy or krrrsd.0O I Dr Pepper 56 55% Parks Davie 35% 35r enith Rad 76% 76%
II I will any tt.. ,._,lty .r Iurrt.M.SMY Dresser Inds 26% 26% Penney J. C. 44'Va 45%

DuPont 264 264 Pepsi Cola 52Y 51% NICKNAME
Eastman Kodac 121% 122% Pfizer 50Ih' 51 Lancelot Brown, 18th century

H'R3 CXSJJ CO, Gamble Skgmo 31% 31% Phila Elec 33733)4) I English: landscape architect was
Ga Pac 56% 52% Phillip Morris 701i 71 known as "Capability" Brown
esn-11,5 Mr.f.. sM M..efw saw /M Y.e. WELCOMED TO CAMPUS-Florida CommiMloner .( Agriculture Doyl. Conner, left, ,ll welcomed Gen Elec 89% NSGen Philllpi Pet 47% 47134 f om his habit of saying that he
106 WEST WALNUT ST, t. Florida Southern Callofo .by Mm Joyce lehmen of Charlotte N. C. Ponhellonic Council Foods 88% 88Gen Philphs Dodge 66'Vs 66% could: see capabilities in the esites -

Weekday 9AM. to 9 P.M., Sat. and Sun. 9-1. Ph. -195l resident, end. Robert. Cortariui .. lakeland president; of the Interfroternity Cou.icll. Conner .... Inst 13% 13% Piper Air 461h NS t he was called; upon to :
rasa ,aeaua NO APPO/NTMCNT Nacaasa.y the .,...." ,..t night .t the .""".1 Cretk Week. .banquet ef FSC freternitiei and. sororities Gen Motors 78% 78\% Pit f Plate Glass 57157',4 II nprove.

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Furman Stuns Davidson:'

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By TED MEIER ban t..t"'r' a decade ago when ..for them and were going to'r Davidson, the only team t:
AeiedatM Press Sports Rj rim'the Paled,T* aJioped Newber make them work litter per:The Associated Press Tp T:
.1 j Formta made college basket. I., I&" slid Frank Setv)' ;feet said Furmao Coach lyles to play took an early 1 i-pc'-.'
i -nA._yo.va..._.- scored 1)* po.nt$ fit an individual Alky before the game i iI lead, was ahead at 2J.U ia Cx Mile Mark
urgle, game NCAA record I I Tbat'. just what bj boys did second half whet the impjeiFwrmaa
that S',II stand as they avenged an early teu players spurted ate,
WrestlingSAT. Exact: 10 .tan from thai,ton a-63 trouncing by Davidsoa opened a I7-pdnt lead at M-O fEW YORK (AP) r-D
hMorc n Furman turned in anotheimemoraMe defeat of the season to :3* Frank Servy* brother Da ".;Lwh fellow
NITE 8 P.M : 17 led Furman along w.Norisao freckled little about -,'
performance by starts.
je of a football waterboy at
\ ,\mirmvKILM Scfcaffer who kcUDavkason's "
the Davidson .
: Capacity Crowd
\ calks when pressed abc
Fred Hetzd t II
L \ ) the na'I''is fourth-ranked team A capacity crowd cf SOW, to-''II points. running a mil In 3 minutes t4
I 70-55 chiding Frank Sehrj u hoaor'jfvest seconds
IIC IC2 "Yo' htvt tome special ptaM' bowled m glee at Green- I Ir Tbii of court, puts him n
AvfOe. S.C. as the PatedmsH the modest aeIf- ratlnl side
Youth Baseball turned the game into a rout with Houston Beats A Modest? Weil, yes Partlna!
.i. Ha 14-4 burst late in Use game I I ly to when his coach say lit <
CHALLENGE Registration 12 Drake stayed on t'jp of the Miami, 93-83 going to jo J:SJ before the eta
'Missouri V a' I Ie" Conference ton U out
o. Sec Lake
|wrth S3-SO victorY over North Mall Te Beat
land baseball a HOUSTON (AP-Tbe University
programs downed Tuba "He definitely U the man
[Texas. Bradley of Houston took command
wm be tomorrow al 2
'7J-S4 to overtime. Providence:early and held off a determined beat in the Olympic 1.500 mel-
TAG p.m. at. toe John eu diam :woo its 12th straight by stretch: drive by the University HITS TAP rot ItCOlO INDOOR MILI-T_ O'H.r. .! Ckk.ls' UyeU krf .... NM, old en in Tokyo." Jubilant Coach
TEAM MATCH odt leg Rhode Island M-T2.defeat'l|of Miami basketball team Thurs ...... f* WMk .... M.w mM Ncw4 _kit tin* .t 1:.6.6 I. Hew Y....'. M.4iMH h..r* Jerry Wetland said today i
SENSATIONALCALIFORNIANS The Lakeland Dixie Boys.nirrgkter ,mmg beat Denver "7and,day night to win. S443 G..... !... ....... TV. eoteooMi. ... ky rtx lifted maser *rth the .nn-lto. ..iiif f.t* war m.4. think he will break Peter Snell
Baseball al League Diamond(IMJ!No.' 4 Houston hipped MIami Fla-l I The shorter Cougars surprised 'trriaf .... New Y.* X C. .-.. T.tx KM U.4 vrHi tIo..* .UM *. p, 0'H.r. fmnUrf it outdoor record with I 3:5J: moue

.bile at Diamond!' .. I boj 9J4J in other Thursday night the taller Hurricanes, ,_ 4w.45 .h.al at ...... .C..i..4 Stot*._UP Wb*.h_) ___ before long."
I games tion's collegiate! : OHara a 21->ear Interested to playing in the highest scoring .
Palmette League (11-14) will outfit, and outdid them In every at' Loyola of Chicago, was a
P"'f' rtgbter All boys desiring U Wrestle RoyalAt ,department. The loss was M> Lakeland; tie more conservative even al',
ami's sixth In 22 starts er trimming two full second.
play Palmetto League bate- Haven : a 4 1/ 1 a ,
ball should sign up regardless Winter The Cougars led Cat half. off the Indoor record In th.
Al AND IAMONTORRES .f whether they played to the 1 timeMiami's. New York A. C. Games n'
WINTER HAVESlerryLonIdoa. -
Rick Barry scored 32 Robinson Madison Square Garden Thurs.day
lait sammer or nob
program latest I I
ranked No 3 in the
rebounds. nightI
CLASH IN TAG TIAMMATCH Registration for the te programs points and grabbed "
believe I can do 3:54. the
Canadian wrestling ratings
ACAIMSTSEBASTIAN .(U aIM be held Feb. wing
Jw. n and Feb. 21. First tryst face former Southern king o ELORDE ORTIZIN soft-spoken little guy said.
Vie \ convinced 13.677 Madison
Tonight He
I" for Dixie League baseball win Matsuda following a seve.nan TITLE BOUT i Garden customers with
A.4 04 TV : be March 7 for boys 1' years over-the-top royal Saturday at : Square
': j la brilliant 1:56.( effort in tti*
CI..wei.a..._ 1,0., f .. old. the Winter Haven Armory. MANILA (AP-FUsh Eferde PLANT GYM, TAMPA-Lake.. mile Thursday night-the fast
Bull VERDO r : The initial event on the card never would make it to Casshis 12 LAKELAND LEDGER, I land's Dreadnaughts will be after est ever run Indoors whipping
DRAW TITE will have 601-pound Haystacks Clay's circles. The Filipino, revenge here tonight when'"over the last two laps virtually
Calhoun the Great Malenko, Junior lightweight champ who' they clash with the Robinson, alone while the crowd howled
GIRLS CHROME Duke Keomuka. Joe McCarthy,!gets a shot at New Yorker Carlos .(Knights in a Western Confer- "Go, gas Bo"
Tito Carreon Tim Woods and'''\ Ortiz' lightweight crown Sat- ,fence basketball game. Hayes Stars
FLA. STAn Pedro Godoy in the ring to start])urday gives himself no better I Lakeland dropped a 44-11 I Big, burly Bob Hayes of Florida
t r ... CHAMPION The last to remain will pocket'than a 50-50 chance. You'd never Finley Faces PossibleCongressional heartbreaker to the Knights A&M also turned in an OUt.
\ 'ELLA MISS WALCCK S2M in the Cowboy Luttraflcard. hear a thing like that from In Lakeland last month. standing show, equalling the indoor
VS. The event is sponsored by Cassius. ,, They be after victory No. mark of ( seconds Hat in
MISSBELLE K the National Guard "Ortiz has a good record and 14 fa* II games and conference the 60-yard dash, the fourth(
STARK London ls expected to have blot:you can't blame the people for ProbeWASHINGTON win No. I In 14 I league time this season he has hit u
D.. H.a..ss.wrriM. Outer work cut out in going against I'casting aside sentiment," said games. Last year, they had Other major winners Includ.
H.rtIe r.ta.'. .rt.test the rough Matsuda as the karate Oorde. only a HI loop mark and 13- ed Gary Gubner, NYU. in the
..Near wMl.r.c..rhr6 ... expert recently held world) Elorde, who had held the JunIor (AP)-The :1 Long is a member of the subcommittee -. 12 overalL shot put at 63-JI/4, Lew Hoyt i<
".1..* fcy J... H...... king.Lou_Theta to a draw.__ lightweight crown since :lant efforts of Charles O. -r( and such a request,' Lakeland returns to the Plant: Southern California in the high
T__ W."_', INSTALLED OR 1960 has been having trouble :ey to pull his American League:from member often is High gym Tuesday night to]"'jump at 7-1.: John Uelses, USalle.
.._ .. $ _. .11..... la DO IT YOURSELF PHAVAMORTGAGE getting down to the 130-pound I baseball club out of Kansas' a granted meet the Planters of Plant,( pole vault, 1.kRoi
BOAT TRAILER PARTS LOANS limit to defend his title. He I City threatened today to get -but not always. Chairman::1 playing their I last regular gamtiFeb. e: Hicks, U.S. Army, 60-yard high
weighed 137, two pounds over ,tangled to a swelling Senate investigation Philip A. Hart, D-Mich. told : 21 at the Lakeland Senloi:, .. 7.3, Wendell Mottle.
LAKELANDMARINE 0' FLORIDA the lightweight limit ThursdaySaturday's -I reporter he would await developments High gym against Manatee:Yale, 440-yard) dash. 481: Bill
SUPPLY, INC. "ttHVICi IS OU. SWSINISS* 'ight will be The league already hasthreatened before commenting. They host the Group I, Class I Crothers Toronto 880-yard run
.. ...
ARMORY Hi.....' t2 .t I. U....',... e..a.ru Mt .tlft...n taw a ,... Elorde's 90th In a 15-year ring. to revoke 1ey'a:1: The antitrust subcommittee! AA Region III tourney Feb. 1:50.8.: Jay Luck New Haven
career He is a 7.' underdog.CHANGE 'ranctuse unless he repeatedly has 'invited" Finley, 2829For Track Club, 500-yard run. 57
,-- / ,'0 'i v W'W" I terms which would keep the to tomorrow's game Lakeland Kidd. Toronto
'I1' staff. testify Tuesday at a hearing flat, and Bruce
/ ___._ __..____ "
I. In Kansas will Its
regular .
r team City. I which could bring him into a employ 2-mile run 8:411
With Finley showing no sign dramatic confrontation with lineup of Paul Jackson center
of yielding to his fellow club American league President Joe : Dan Sherman and Joe
owner' ultimatum and threatening Cronin, a scheduled witness Sbelnut forwards: Bob Oea- i Ready To Go
I an antitrust suit if the Cronin, like Long insists the brink and Kenny Deal, guards. I
.SAVES151 league attempts to enforce team must stay in Kansas City. Mike Burdette Ricky Pekk, NASSAU. Bahamas (APA'
Sen. Edward V Long, D- It.j Hart announced Thursdaythat Robert Valentine, Jim Cox fleet of 40 boats was poised today
blazed away from the flanks Finley hasn't answered the and Rusty Tomlinson are to sail in the Nassau. Cup ,
with a new threat of trouble for,subcommittee invitation, and available for reserve duty
I race, the final event for the 1964'
the battling club owner. I,the hearings would go ahead The Knights will probably .
Long announced from with or without him. open with Jim Hadley and Southern Ocean Racing Conference
City that he was I The hearings have been a low Chuck Sprletsma, forwards; Championship.
a on OIL demand that the Senate Kana"l'pressure affair seeking sports Scott Shaw, center Randy Conquistador, 40 foot sloop
and monopoly ,leaden' views on a bill by Hart Smith and Mike Overturf t skippered by Fuller Callaway of
Mmmittee subpoena which would grant professional guards
piectioning and his financial football, basketball and hockeythe Lakeland's Destroyers will be San Francisco, led conference
records for scrutiny In connection same antitrust law exemptions after their 16th win in 21 games standings with 305 points going
with the row I now allowed pro baseball in the preliminary game. into the final event
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.' I Friday, Feb. 14, IM4 II
Kathleen Five Crimson Hawks Host LAKELAND LEDGER,
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1 Tiaer Rookies n Drills 1 Hosts 'HoundsThe Montverde TonightSanta j


By JACK SLAYTON drills but this will depend on their showing in the Early Camp Auburndale High Blood I I' m ri

Ledger Sport Editor The procedure for the camp will be about the same as in hounds seeking to strengthen Fe's Crimson Hawks, at Kathleen and one to Frostproof.
It's official recent years. Sessions devoted to all facets of the sport will their hold on second place In full strength again will be after On Tuesday at the Kathleen
Spring it here for Lakeland
The be held every morning after pepper drills and limbering up the Southwest Florida Confer their 15th win In 20 games tonight Senior High gym the Hawks
Detroit' Tigers they were more like Pussycats for workouts. Eventually squad games will be played with some once meet the Kathleen High at Lakeland Junior High will host Plnecrest. Friday, .TNuefoara Th.'avidVltoa'M. ANu.Lled oolllaa.r ._
most of the 63 season will open their Early Camp tomorrow of them probably moved to Henley Field especially the week Red Devils at 8 pm today in gym when they host Montverde Feb. 21, they will play at .. Hhada" I.NMnaslre. U. $4.

at 10 a.m. at the Tigertown diamonds with top Tiger end affairs. Last year, the Hanshin Tigers trained here too the Kathleen gym. at R o'clock.For Frostproof while on Saturday, ilH 04. Cent Ou.rd 00.
of runners D.rdon II
the den, Charley Dressen in charge. but this time It will be a strictly all Bengal affair be A Junior varsity contest will the trio of Crimson Feb. 22, they close their regular .Diusu..dl.,n U.,, NIth Tulsa T.04...(al..).. 1ANewlin
a preliminary to
Scheduled to be on hand are 42 promising Tiger farmhands Purpose of the camp Is to expedite the advancement of basketball action 8:30 varsity Hawk cagers who were suspended season here against Mel n. .5..''. 1.'.. I II
long with members of the Detroit Tiger club. the farmhands. Some of the top farmhands however will While Plant at : p.m. for one game-Mario bourne Catholic wremne1 NTIONI.Danvar*..SOCI.TIONTHUltSD.Y'S 0..n
City already T
For the second spring pitcher Frank Lary will attend the not make the Early Camp as they either participated In the has clinched the conference Monte and forwards Joe Smith They will participate In the .. ......nca 104,, *a IInUL.tan II."ATIONA .

I Early Camp as he seeks to complete his comeback plans after Florida Winter League or are going to school. Illle second place Is still up and Dennis Newton-will be Class C. Group 10, Region III

being sidelined for most of the '62 season with arm trouble Most of the players are listed on either the Tiger Syracuseor for grabs, Auburndale holds' eligible Montverde.for tonlaht'slme Monte the team'stop with tourney at Brandon In High gym The. .Nooses_....d uaouaa reaTNUesoaY
and spending a part of the '63 season at Knoxville. Knoxville rosters Other Tiger farm clubs are Lakeland In the ipol al the present with playing Pmecrest one game 'a eusustshat
scorer will be back at his while OLPH of meets .
Pitcher Jack Hamilton obtained from the PhiladelphiaPhils the Class A Florida State League, Jamestown N. Y. In the a 7-4 mark Harde Is close Tampa a. ntn ISaturday
at center with
regular spot Clearwater Catholic In the second
In the Don Demeter deal is scheduled to be here along Class A New York-Penna League and Duluth Minn., in the behind at 7-5. Bartow still hasa Newton and McClernan
The winners meet for the Tilt
with Bill Freehan promising youngster and the Tigers' No. 1 Class A Northern League chance at ...
pairing at forwards Guards title Feb 19 There Is a possibility .
receiver as of now. For the last decade almost every spring has seen the advancement Kathleen i Is alone In the loop will be John Stanton and Mark Santa Fe may host the Region DADE CITY-The Pasco High
Dressen will be assisted In tomorrow's camp by coaches of one or more players from farm rosters to the cellar. However if the Red Mislaszek. III tourney, providing the, Pirates of Dade City will host
Devils could win their
Pat Mullin, Stubby Overmlre Wayne Blackburn and Bub Swift parent club as the result of spring training. One year Hank Ing three SWC outings remain.they Crimson Hawk reserves In- Hawks cop the Group 10 crown Zephyrhllls High at 8 p m. tomorrow

along with Syracuse manager Frank Carswell Knoxville pilot Aguirre pitched his way back to the roster. Last year Coot could shire the last spot with clude Robert Stanton, Mike Moh- and Mount Dora Bible does not I In a non-conference
Bob Mavis and scouts Bernie deVivelros, Ed Katalmas and Veal earned a berth on the Bengal roster after opening with Haines City providing the Hornets er and George Muehler win Its group. meet, basketball tilt.'r .

Ceorge Spencer Don Lund director of minor league operations Syracuse roster. lost the rest of their league Earlier this season Santa Fe I'
will be the camp administrator. First Tiger exhibition game will be March 14 here with contest defeated Montverde up there a
Included in the 42-player roster will be several youngsters the Minnesota Twins The Bengals break camp April 10 and In the first meeting between'The I Hawks have dropped two'r.Jtli 1 -I Ii Yd

who performed here last summer for the Lakeland Tigers: open the season April 14 at home with Kansas City. Auburndale and Kathleen Coach games each to Eau Gallie and

Pitchers Jim Brown Ronnie Chandler and Bill Lewis and infielders Two Tigers came to terms yesterday leaving only four Bill Alexander's Bloodhoundswon

Larry Rojas and Mike Christi. Gail Henley who Bengals unsigned-all pitchers. Agreeing to terms were pitcher 58 55. ar THUIISD.Y'I Th. A/a ,5551 nests Pratwoecsete SUNSHINE

piloted Lakeland last summer and Al Federoff their managerthis Willie Smith and catcher Bill Freehan. freehan reported to Coach Don Miller's Red Devils M.Ih-Da ......h.

year, will report next month for the regular farmhand Tigertown and signed yesterday afternoon .He Just returned will have their bands full in c.1 111. kwwk.ut........net.5..M..I... al...rt Oaen1. a Henn, 1.1.,. POST TIME I 45 P.M.
session at Tigertown. from a trip to Europe. containing the scoring of Booty PI......?".. N.J., ,. ,
'OKyo-T.... II...... 53101., au.n pA/Q NINE HACK DAILY DOUtU
Following two weeks of drills at Tlgertown the parent Still unsigned are pitchers Bill Faul, Terry Fox Frank Etheridge the SWC's top point .eart003.s1orlN... 'the 0.MILAN. Run 'Sena3.., ht and 2nd Races)

Bengal. move to Henley Field for the official opening of spring Lary and Hank Aguirre Lary is due here tomorrow and producer Alexander probably Besides Etheridge will start N.....u. ...."...1-11..* .lna, Ad,1un...to.l.. 117"11111!., lET'S GO led,1! Day Eery ThursdayRACESE
training on Feb. 29. Full squad will report March 4. Some of probably won't agree to terms until just before spring drills o.L" 3MIAMWa .
Harold "l 1. 1f OMLa
-the-farmhands- may be promoted to the "Big Club" for spring begin Feb 29 There will\ be no official holdouts until that date. Jerry Robert McCarty Colvin and John Wieg Hunt "rL,..,_ 1ft rlaaa, 1M, jMkiaiwillaLO ADMISSION 50( (No Miners)
-- --I 0"ANonl_(traia OMIN !)>><.
ers m.., .. ._ .. ,
ca '00' trnia C Y.dr. II*
Jack Cllne ... D..... 10.
Liston Sophomores # ._ l : : ] : : : : I $ ;( ..tt1l"'U'
Clay Ron Nelson Jimmy Walls and
f f Garth Hess and junior Tony i

I Meador probably will get the !! SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR
Marling nod for the Red Dev :1964
Y If Ifit..2
t ta tt ty
ExchangeChallenges Donald ils. Tony Ralph Silver Harden Stan John Mc. ? THE FISHERMAN. i iIi

Galloway and Dink Rhodesare

for Kathleen.sure to see a lot of action Ii .Johnsen !!

Kathleen will be out for Its t
second victory In a row after SEA-HORSE l
( )- you lofting =
snapping an 11-gamn .
whup me I'll crawl across the) streak last Tuesday night with

ring on my hands and knees| a 3b29 triumph over Santa Fe I 2 2n I Ir

and kiss your feet. If you Catholic JrM.dn un..
will you do the same? rY2 =
lose'l OMPA9CT
me chump will you do It?' Women To Race : K .:

Cissius Clay who seems :. :.

usually Interested in foot kiss-I! | -1J : Iin LR Derby :'! ':

leg was challenging Sonny LIs- I !! bp.A i
ton Thursday at a unique news WINTER HAVEN-A powder !
conference. Theater Network puff derby with a field of eight n
The new LOW PROFILE ezlnrShe"owWeter :
Television which will handle women drivers will be the lea: : JI *lDWprofill...onl,34'hiah 9Vi is fisherman's Drive lets you sneak 2:,

the Feb 25 heavyweight title ture attraction Sunday at the! 1: the All Control up.Iron dream coma true! Now up on the big ones
match arranged for special Lake Region Speedway midway -it! it's possible to "fish wherever they ire.So, 11
closed circuit television from between Winter Haven and .! "million I ''if-' : Arll.MwiliMiMlport.blt over"not "around"! see it nowl It's the ?;
the fighters' camps in Miami Lakeland on the Old Winter Haven ti nl .."" mixture "flshin' st" outboard
I !! .pM. ; 50 \to OM in/oil A. new Tilt Selector
Beach to their lab on Long Island Highway. dollar oar an infinite ever built!
:t *"SinlciM"carrying hindl :=
will I number
Phyllis Reliford of! Tampa of drive.angle :
I About kissing my feet, Cas- lead the women entries. Also ex :}! Sea-Horse *Ultn.quirt settl .. PLUS an it
S stun 1 said the heavyweight;1 KALINE DROPS BY-Detroit Tiger euHiald.r AI Kolmo, right was In Ukalond yoitordoyhouto pected to compete Is Miss Neal]! i &s I

champion. "If you last throughthe hunting for she spring rroininf ....on. K.lin. will brine hi. lomity, t. Lakeland .. loon ..1ho Jacobs, former track promoter l
third round into the fourth finds S htvM te rout. Th. Tiger irr looks .ver Detroit prospects with Hoi Middloiworth kit, and micro-midget driver In the' F

I'll kiss your feet" director of public relations Both ere holding the now Tiger nitbook, a linking blu. end or.ng Montgomery Ala., area an em: : AT LAST AVAILABLE
Clay and Liston answered combination. Kolmo report his 'fooling crest end I'm reedy to go. (Ledger Phot by Perkins) ploye of the Lakeland Ledger. I I
questions from newsmen and Beside the powder puff derby i FOIl IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
then jawed back and forth from races are scheduled In the
opposite ends of Miami Beach BOWLINGLakeland's I class: B Sportsmen and early :, ::

"You want to fight me, win- Mocs Dolphins model divisions There will be I

ner take all?" asked Liston a tour. no late model competition.A Lakeland ItraRV '''*.',' .HO'''.. """ :
challenge that would have city bowling large field Is anticipated by ff ..
ney for women will begin tomorrow : IS COVIRCD BY A PULL :1:
warmed the heart of the late at 7 at Lakeland promoter Harold Peavy for the' : .. i

Jack Kearns Jack always was Lanes when 28 p.m.teams go into class B sportsmen and the same :_ Marine Supply Inc. ( ". Q :I
proposing fight 19 cars, with new additions are :1'
action. Here TomorrowFlorida 4 ....
take-all battles in Nomeor from the ,, ror 41 Man MN'ur.h. I Jo ::
winner- expected to return 2"-\l Melon will nIlea. elln..1 alt to ;
Vladivostok Singles and doubles will be early model events Clarence IM 011..1, purtMnr. a C./p.Glla NIII :
.uHU. Daet :1
"I tell you what we'll do," bowled on Sunday night. Thereare Rice of Lakeland who dominated : Highway 92 at E. Underpass : erne : LINO la hlmN uNw :
.bnN eoOMIMMr
u IwIIY w
said Clay. "Your backers take 44 doubles teams entered Southern College's Gene Martmeau 6 6 Cleveland the early model field last

their cut and mine take theirs and 88 singles entries. The cagers play their next to last Ohio, eager and Rickie week, will be back this Sunday. I 1'f! ::......... -i : ) ; 1:1
and I'll meet you at the front tourney Is sponsored by the home game of the season Llebowitz 6.5 Jacksonville The gates open at 12 noon MU 8-1591

door." Lakeland Woman's Bowling here tomorrow when they hoophter round out a tall Jax warmups begin at 1 p m. and ,

"Listen Cassius," said Lis: Association. host Honda Intercollegiate starting five. races get under way at 2:30;: p.m.l #, _., ,;.. !, ______ 'X._ _.,__ _._.
ton. "I'm gonna give you half Prizes will be awarded both Conference foe Jacksonville On the floor for the Mocs -

of mine if you show up." scratch and handicap victors. University Game time is at tip-off will he CD.captains

.0W 7.5: p.m. In the Lakeland Tim Eisnaugle and Dave
SIlSTTUw... Lat High School gym. Shmkman forwards Tom
I. M.lh.f . ;
Eakins-Korlson 10 sea.
Lan. "radiatorTucfcar . .. .. The Mae will be out to Dawson center; and Bobby
I. e'ad' >. .. 10 .. .
Bout Tops Card ....'. ....Drim., ....... ,/f. U.. avenge an 88 87 overtime loss Bowman and John Wells
.,. .. suffered to the Dolphins at guards However an injury
M..h s a OtIU1 Mutt// 1031.Neh
..... .. .. .
want H. a Outf SarvIndividual Jacksonville Jan. 25. sideline Mike
Ike Eakins and Krusher Karl .e.. IfNnh/. on may Eisnaugle:
will in the feature ..m., Htlan C.." Huber would spell him
son tangle ..n...... u.. The Dolphins sporting an
match of tomorrow night's { a...,.,...i..'...s.e,dual aariat, Marllrii I All American candidate in The Southern quintet has

wrestling card at the National arilvilCraltanbari..h.U..,.oAMsM .... 111 Irs NN.n guard Ralph Tiner former been breaking team and indIVidual -
Guard Armory. Eakins and ., in scholastic all stater from Au. records with regu-
... .
Karlson tangled last week when I..nwm..uaner.Joao lit i i 10 Paulina. WilMni 1.10 burndale have been comingon larity the last several games "

Eakins officiated a match and I, motWan Let strong in late season The Bobby Bowman sophomore ""
the pairing was arranged for to- I.. Outtar Ouitart 34I Dolphins bested Stetson University sharpshooter from 11.
morrow's feature. 1. Gutter Mandieupa, Cliaua cl'R 24' 'oO 31 Feb 10 by 18 pOints. Lauderdale broke the indi-
Miss Ella Waldek veteran H.h H ah taam...m aama_...u.Guitar N1ndtua. 10.S.. Freshman Dick Pruet. 6.9 vidual field goal record and
will tussle H,tin >ndnduN, oama. Jeyea On .
feminine grappler 3 80 235 pound freshman from New the total number of points
with Miss Belle Starr In a worn 0.H'.H Individual, Mr** frill frairT Palestine, Ind, along with scored In one game by an individual
en's match while a tag team) .V. HOPEFULS Tiner dashed Moc hopes ofa in FSC's 115-93 rout 41
match will round out the 3.bout I" rm rd li .. Wen 14 'I Lal*> i victory at Jacksonville and of Mercer University on l-eb
I card 1 1. Tn.*law.Tout-"' ._.. : J7I M ,, II IL. will bear close watching. 8.

AI and Ramon Torres will 4. Had Mam.t.Mh....r_. ,..,, Pin ".31!., till II. Pruet tallied 23 points against The 6-foot guard collected
team to tangle with Juan Sebastian Muh H.an md team,.......nw./ tariM. Pin. .Lucy...., alt Tarlar. Coach Tom Greene's callers 4) points breaking the old
and Bruiser Bull Verdu .., and hauled down 19 rebounds. record of 36 points tallied by
Huh Individual lama, lucy Tartar.
in the tag bout. 110. Joining Tiner at guard will Cotton Bradley in '46 '47
First match will be 8 p m. I ITS Tarlar OairJIlucr 10. be 6-4 Tommy Allison of Hil- Bowman's 1 III field goals also
talital, Ma,da taaaraan, I .10Jaan liard broke the old record of 14
urka ? >j Jacaia Jadntan. 1 10
I! field goals In one game by

I Threaten Suit an The individual.49 buckets from the l
Colleges, Preps floor the Moccasins scored dP p ( '

in the Mercer game broke an VI VII .e

, If ABC Telecasts Friday Gamesfor game old record and the of 115 47 points for one seta I 1 '/.

new record for most points
scored in one game ba Moc \\: fltflt Wt 1

NEW YORK (AP) Despite'a 1961 federal statute dealing' $14 1 million a year. five :"

threatened legal action, the:'with anti-trust legislation in In a prepared statement ABC .. .In the best of taste ,
American Broadcasting Co. is:sports, sent their legal hands said there is no violation of any
pushing ahead with plans to Invade scurrying to check the fine federal statute because the programming ) ALPACA SWEATERS
the traditional strongholdof print. deals are being made);
the nation's colleges and high I 3. Pete Rozelle NFL commissioner -with the individual clubs and 30% OFF AMERICAN

schools by televising five National said the entire question not with the league itself One
Football League gameson was "academic" because the source estimated that ABC,(! BURTON-ATLANTIC a., BDURBDN" 11a i

Friday night. 'league has not made up its which hold the rights to all HINSON BAGS 30% OFF
In rapid fire succession schedule will not do so for six American Football League ,
t Thursday. ABC announced its!weeks and presently "has no games, may have gone as highas V 1. ?IN & NN "1TLS
coup in grabbing rights to the'contract with ABC" $5 million for the five NI I. PUTTERS, |/ NI tilluN LM;:onN

. five games the NFL said the I Might Destroy Gate games. WEDGES, /2 .....,...... ... .0'"'' u
announcement was premature, 4. The spectrum of pro foot ODD CLUBS Till A.\lBRtCA.'i ISTILWIO l'OMP\'iY ivCLib
I and the colleges sent up a howl ball programming on Friday price R / 1 11WILIr0 :a,
f that presumably hit its target Saturday and Sunday-and pos Darkness Halts
t in Washington DC. sibly Monday in 1965-increased OPEN aL A'r ,1E
These were the developments: alarm in some television and Tucson Open Play 8:30 A.M.-11:00: P.M. t

Confirmed Report sports quarters that pro football TUCSON Ariz (AP) Rex sr + IIUb P u .
< 1. ABC confirmed an earlier might destroy its gate appeal RAG
Baxter beat darkness to tie
because of its
report on the projected five over-exposure in 1dIt@eCENTER
games and said the Ford Motor push for television money. Ernie Vossler and the situation
Co. would sponsor the Friday The tempest of the television might well be reversed today in :v
night programs. The games, or tubes was touched off by ABC's the $30,000 Tucson Open Golf yP
cl'ibs involved, were not named I announcement that it had Tournament if someone else
but It was understood one of reached agreement to broadcastthe does not cloud the issue. ,
the teims involved would be the five games between Sept. A signal flare calling a darkness -I 1740 New Tampa Hwy. ems
Cleveland Browns. 25 and Oct. 23, according to one halt flashed into the sky 686.0613

2. The colleges and high network spokesman The games with the 27-vear-old Baxter Jamie Jackson, STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 861 PROOF THE AMERICAN DISTILLING CO, INC. New York. N. Y. Pekm. III. a Sau..hto, elaer
schools insisting the plan infringed were held out of the package recently -from Amanllo Tex still on Golf
on their traditional Friday sold by the NFL to the the fairway playing his last hole' Professional
night domain and violated,(Columbia Broadcasting System Thursday. j

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... .' '. .:,. : : .w ; ,. .."....!"""" .. -9ese9/Ie'to'" ( .' tyftr,rt'yn'rt.ers'',' ,..... 5, ...s. ..,, -... 1t


-14--LAKELAND LEDGER_Friday: Feb. 14, 1984 POLK ROUNDUP
--- -- --- -
r :' > r :w Fishing And Hunting

>> r HighlandersSeek t:


I this First today we want to remind those who are Interested
pcId that the Lake Region Audubon Society li hiving one of Its To End

programs at 8 p.m. today at the Civic: Center In Lakeland.The .
noted conservationist and outdoorsman Leonard Hall

",?, It lt.s"l wet of"Audubon'Caledonia.Wilderness.Mo., will" present hi. movie-lecture. entitled, PCs Streak th o

Tomorrow, according to President Jeanne Nlswonger, any
( interested persons may go along with the members on an
all-day field trip to Myakka State Park where they expect to .
City High Planters after theft
rw s. see many species of birds and animals including wild turkey, 33rd consecutive Southwest I

deer, etc. Florida Conference basketball
Our long-time friend George Horel, with the Came and victory at 8 p.m. here today
',- Fish Commission for many years will be the leader for the against the Lake Wales Hig
society on this trip-and George knows his stuff! Contact Highlanders.It's .
l o:: Mrs. Niiwonger if you're Interested in the trip. the final home contest 01 t
the season for Lake Wales. Th

I The weather continues lousy but people continue fishing, Highlanders will be hamper
I If
too, so here are the latest reports we have: by the loss of starting gu.rd
From John Miller, John's Camp on the north end of Lake Ronnie Shelton Injured in Wed
liat Julianna; "Again the fishing and weather have been about nesday'f practice.

1 the same as for some weeks. A few people have found the 'Cats Host Pasco
f weather decent enough to catch a few fish. A GOOD CATCH-Ui ., 1,..
"Mr and Mrs. Marshall DuBuque, winter visitors from WAUCHULA The Hard! Mich., holdYR' Hit Bring .f specks> torollme. 7Vs poundi, .n42peun4 e
I II Missouri, brought in a nice string of large specks caught High Wildcats and the Pas p t catfish ho ought while fishing off the power ,1.lit pier
I : : drifting In deep water High Pirates of Dade City, both I .t Loko Parker H* fished. out .f Willionti Irc h.r. Pelt *.t

; : "Orville Martin of Kentucky fished all night in the rain with a chance to finish seco d I Fishing Center
; : and wind to catch a good string of large specks. in the Southwest Florida Con
Terence, meet at 8 here taMes ear tiers S.tul*.y, ,.b. IS. IM4 Mioh l.*.s SM t mt
, ___ "Bill Lowman and family of Brandon have been bringing p.m. {. m Lw bars tit am., ...1ma wn ,'.r. TM ami ..q. Sit r
I today in a basketball contest :.m.4 mwn ".r.t10 a.m.l I.U. I IT rn.
in some fair catches of specks from Lake Mattie, caught in -
Ii The host Wildcats are 7.5 and
close to the grass. Bill also caught two bass on top water
\ Pasco stands 5-7 while secom
i plugs, one wearing a Schlitz tag. This makes seven Schliti place Auburndale has a 7... : SPORTS OF THE TIMES cHow
tags brought in to our camp since the contest started.
I Bobby Walker of the Cherry Pocket Fish Camp on Lake chart.HC
Pierce also speaks of the speck fishing He says: "Specks Visits Bartow To WinI
hitting fair in past few days. Drifting with Missouri minnows I'
f < BARTOW-The Bartow HlgYellow I

best."W.. E. Clifton and Fred Bergland had 40; Earl Smith Jackets need a victoryover
H' and John Howler had 36; Carl Yount had 25. Some two and the visiting Halnes City NFL By Tieing
High Hornets 8
at p.m. todayto
three pound bass being caught on artificial worms .
k That $7,500 scholarship win is of the remain in contention for the
College just part
you may -
, And from Doug Jennings of Jennings' Fish Camp also on five-team race for runnerup aua ..,.

thrill you'll have being In the Soap Box Derby Lake Pierce, says about the same thing: "Wind rain and cool honors in the Southwest Florida By ARTHUR DALLY 13 and losing only once..Who
weather has made fishing slow. However, a few nice catches. Conference basketball stan
would win the championship?
i "Dwight Davis of New York City, had eight bass on a ings. Js'.lotyrklimr.NEW
"Bang-O-Lure"; Merlin Ford of Michigan had eight bass while YORK The phone It would be the Bears with a

, THERE'S STILL TIME TO ENTER THE '64 SOAP BOX DERBYI And It's easy, too. If you're casting; Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Nelson of Tampa had six bass, Frostproof Wins call and the visit came In perfect percentage total of

I between 11 and 15 years old as of August I, 1964, you're eligible Just bring your Motheror one a 3'/5 pounder. and 10 specks. rapid succession because one 1.000."

Dad in to your nearest sponsoring Chevrolet dealer. He'll sign you up and give you the "Stanley Thresh and Charles O'Brien of Ohio had 40 specks; AVON PARK-With one Polk had led to the other. The But Blood really didn't

Official Derby Rule Book free. It tells you all you need to know about building winner.. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roberts of Bartow had IS specks and three County team Fort high school Meade,basketball already caller Identified himself as have to enter the realm of
bass L. E. Paschall and Willie Merritt of Winter Haven had
MAKE IT A FAMILY AFFAIR Use your own Ideas and the tips you 25 specks eliminated from the Ridge Conference Johnny Blood but the receptionist hypotheses. There was a

find in the Official Rule Book. You have to build your racer tournament another. Identified the visitor true-to-life miscarriage In
"Ival McDonald of Indiana had 12
specks and two bass; : 'rostproof remained in the
yourself but that doesn't stop you from letting Dad in on the fun. as John McNally. The twitch 1932. The Bears won seven,
Mr and Mrs Steve Powell, fishing water with
,. /1'J : Y'tilTalk / open worms, I running here last night with a
over your plans with him. First thing you know, the whole had 31 shellcrackers ." 30-46 triumph over Okeechobee.Don was taken In stride since lost once and had six ties.

family will be just as excited as you arel And we have half a dozen photos of catches from Mrs. I Sebastian paced the Bulldogs there wasn't the slightest The Packers had a mark of

Hannah The Bait Well. These Include to with 25 1031. But Chicago took It
at C.
J WIN LOCAL FAME AND FORTUNE PLUS BIG PRIZES, TOOl A $500 : "J. White and victory points. reason for concern or bewilderment -
Myra Coughlin with 63 specks fishing Taylor Creek Okeecho- frostproof will meet Sebring at It was the same on percentages, .875 to 769.
bond and
other awards in home
are champ
yours as your own 8:45 the As this
bee using Missouri minnows. : p.m. today, following soon as was mentioned
town. And as the local champ travel free to Akron Ohio Os ButDER9r guy, of course just as it has
you "Russ [situ, 603 Edgewood caught this six-pound, six- Arcadia-Clewnton tilt at 7 pm. Johnny let out a low
for the All-American That's where for share been for more than 40 years.
Derby. you race your In the semifinals round. Ti- moan.
bass from east of Cleveland
ounce a pit Heights Boulevard.
of $30,000 in college scholarships against boys from all over the t on "Supersonic." John and Charlie Yohn night's winners meet at 8 p.m. The legal name is McNallybut "Please don't bring that
a caught these 13
It was under the nom de "
world. Visit a sponsoring Chevrolet dealer and register nowl! tomorrow for the championship. up, he said. "I was a partof
bass at Pierce. They used the varlgated worm. guerre of Johnny Blood that it because I was playing
"D. B. Dickson S. Tennessee Avenue got these nice Devils Meet King he blazed so fantastic a trail for Green Bay. We had a
specks from Scott Lake on Missouri minnows. They totaled through the National Football much better team than the
12% pounds. H. C. Connell 1701 S. Lincoln, got three bass TAMPA-Tampa's King High League that he gained a Bears and should have won

SPONSORED BY PENDARVIS CHEVROLET, INC., LAKELAND LEDGER AND LAKELAND OPTIMIST CLUB between Lakeland and Mulberry on artlciflal worms. entertains the Winter Haven charter membership In the easily in spite of all'' their
"Ray Vaughn Jr, 2907 Balfour with two speckled perch High Blue Devils at 8 p.m. today Hall of Fame at Canton. Asa ties But a strange thing
caught from Scott Lake on Missouri minnors. The largest in the Tampa Jefferson halfback on the Green Bay happened something that's.
gym in a Western Conference Packers the brilliant and unpredictable almost hard believe
weighed one pound, 13-ounces. Ray is five years old! to :
basketball clash. Blood acquiredthe
"We tied our opener and
The contest promises to be a extra nickname of The then we ripped off 10 victo-
lose one as the Blue Devils Magnificent Screwball. He
ries in a row. Since we had
r fJm. :: defeated earlier in the never was bundle of
I err+-... .8. .. King a mere won the championship three
season, 48-45. for their initial muscle, though. He alwayswas years in succession, it seem
lnw q W conference victory. Winter haven a genius intellectually, ed Impossible that we could
is 3.17 for the season and a high school graduate at miss making It four straight.
,, .. .... .. 118.ALL.
:" ::." -, .. ...' King is the age of 14 and the authorof We were too good to fall on
< "J.'PI! at least learned bookon
t1 one
I ", our faces in our last three
/ $ 'L.n. the Malthusian Theory of

...-.. -.". ._... b 1 )., STARWRESTLING Economics."I'm games."The first of these was
.. ; "am b.'laAl : "
,. oj very disappointed against the Bears. And Wrig-
began Johnny, whose buoy. ley Field was knee-deep in
ant spirits rarely leave him
Winter Haven snow. We Just couldn't get
g( ArmorySATURDAY downcast long, "that nothing untracked and the Bears beat
was done about giving some us t to 0. There still was no
, recognition to tie scores in cause for alarm. That defeat
the pro football standings. merely made us mad
8:30 P.M. This is a fundamentally unsound and we were determined to

SENSATIONAL5.MATCH system and the National take It out on our next opponent
Football League had the Portsmouth Spar.
CARD the opportunity of changing tans. As you know they
. Spn...,." ly it at the recent meeting But later became the Detroit
..... the league ignored It and
.IT.avlseraA& .. : r.wrwS NATIONAL GUARD Lions."I .
--._- elected to stay with the status can't ever remember
quo." working harder for a game
; He was referring to( the than I did the week before
----.. \ "d ,! ,, blind way the NfL regardstie the one with the Spartans.
;, > games. It eliminates them
II Curly Lambeau drove us
<1"' ... from the standings as if they hard. Never did we have bet.
I .. had been
1 never played and ter practice sessions. Every.
.. i1 iJ : '.. I reckons the order of finish thing worked perfectly. But
rl t Fh only on percentage basis of that's where we blew It. We
1-- .., t"R.t I games won and lost. If the left our game form on the
t 1\\ Steelers had beaten the GIants practice field and came up
wsrMrsn Y.N-... in the season finale last empty for the game Itself.
HAYSTACKS CALHOUI year, Pittsburgh would have The Spartans beat us. A

; : Seven-Man' Royal I gained the play-off In spite week later the Giants did the
of the fact that it had won
I same thing
$250 To Winner
.. two fewer games than the
"So lucky Halas
\, ,...- Wrestler Must Giants George
won himself another cham
., Be Thrown OverTop The vagabond halfback of pionship. One thing we can
4 Ring Rope yesteryear arrived with a be sure of. As long as Halas
-..:.wren rrw MM To Be Eliminated carefully prepared batch of profits by this it will
.....--...-.--... --.....-.-- -...----..--..---- Pound'Haystacks -'- hypothetical standings, all designed remain unchanged.system But if he
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V4DodgmWhen> ... George wants George gets.
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-- 2t0 :==:::: Calhoun one more and offered it with Debatable though the tie-

a sad smile. score business might be,
GREAT "Here's one that Is carried there can be no debate about
to a ridiculous extreme" the
recently revealed
you see a 1964 Continental take a second look i MALENKOALSO he said. "Improbable thoughit by the NFL to consider move televising

Nohce the kind of person who enjoys Then drive the MALENKO Is, it's still possible Look.I five games on Friday
have the Bears winning one nights. This would indicate
Lincoln Continental yourself. Discover its increased DUKE KEOMUKAJOE
game all season and tying 13. that avarice has replaced
., spaciousness, its ride its luxury.You will know why MCCARTHY I have the Packers winning sound judgment.

more than half the people who buy in our price range 3 PEDRO GODOY

choose the Continental, the world's most imitated car. TITO CARREON i.yY x j


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is tho voice of free choice. HIRO-MATSUDA ,;

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Looking for an automobile? This year you have 306 models to choose from. Plus the Imports. That's a lot of choices.A JAPAN

person could visit salesrooms for weeks and still not see them all. That's where advertising comes In. Ads are the manufacturer's sales 2x3 Falls vs.

rooms-and salesmen. They invite you to look and listen, pick and choose-at your leisure. Looking for a luxury limousine-or an economy JERRY LONDON

compact? A convertible-or a sedan? A stick shift-or power steering? Advertising helps you to select the car that suits you perfectly by CANADA

multiplying the number of choices available.For Ringside ----=- 2.00
PIG MOUTH-Jmmy DovidMn .. 116 H. Dovli St. .....
advertising does more than Inform you. It does more than assist you In making wise buying decisions. Advertising/ stimulates the com Gen. 1.50, seder 12 .SO oM the 13-oouml .lorfomoyHi less ho caught W.........? morali.f .

petition that leads to more and better products-more and better choices. TICKETS SOLD AT ot Lake ,... TONY'S PHARMACY 'Inch. I..... Davidson ,... Z. 1.-0. ....
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And advertising is the voice of free choice. 15 5th Street N.W. to her) In tho brufo. On tho some tn,lmf spree D........'.

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Sealed bid. wUI ha reclvd t tth .1 TINTH orPLOSSDA --
c.fflti. of th* Horlila rim'. IN AND 505 IIILI LIGAL AOVlfTllMINT

t:omml.lon. l.akland "'I..rlda Ill I COUNVy( IN A INVITATION TO BID

I on Friday. MORTOAOE FOFlECLOSURI Healed' bide will ha at
I'' for the purtl-an : CAMK. NO. m*.M.MKAUT tho nfflce of She Florida.1".01 Cltnn
Wants TV Part NowBy
1'lrU Julr PlnlaherHmwn HIVKH HAVINIIM S Oommlaalnn, I..k.llnd. Florida, till9PM
Corpi HANK a )
1""hln..y CorporationI'l.lntlff on Friday. February II,
ration Modal .pP'OY.d : ) :
I 0 1914: for Ih* purrhae of
equalHellvrry ... ) Two Package Ultratherm .
to be K O B. Lake OKOHOK KFRRtaAN and I C..m..y
CYNTHIA LOWRYAP lines and hem lengths the civilIzed Infualon Healen. bah

Television-Radio Writer world over will be see A It.d.. ,11'lda.lima Inmml..ln.I wlf.. llARRARA VOICE K JONES S I Model,. Unit conalMa of "ylln0.1".1 -
KynRIIAN. ahell
cnnlalnlni dlatrlhutlon
NEW YORK AP Sunday night. renerveii tha right to reject any > : device which a -
( ) Kathryn, cit blite. ?:n caunee

Grant Crosby Blng'i pretty, 1/ SAM A. 8AIKI. widow. UM'iOII I fin product* fret to. (t.1. lima In eitramely.

young wife wants an acting job Recommended weekend view (II'tU C.lrman NOTICE OF nr..ndant. S AI.oJIV:
Pfaudler Tubular Heat
now 3,000 miles from home Ing: MOIIITGAOI
INVITATION TO liD> I'Of.CLOIUIIIITO' ,' ., Model liSa( Delivery -
and husband-she Is threaten. Tonight "Destry." ABC Sealed bid. will h. received 01:: 1 :(I'IK B KhlllUAN I to be .O B laSs Alfred -

ing drastic action If she doesn't 3030: : (EST-premlere of a .h. offlit of tr. hlnrlda( CltriCommlaalon I;S HAIHARA I I Florida
: lilda b ubmltted for either
may *
akeland. Florida. S wlf
tl IJIH K JONEfl and
get It"I'd. new western series I P.M. on Friday. February ; ) R JONKfl ir both unit.
tIcs. for th purrhaa. ofOn IA'I'II'I Th. Florida fltrui Commlaalun
Saturday Bing Crosby special ..' t'nknnwn.Ti" .
love do
to a 'Breaking Amlno-arld Analv.crnom- and, enervn th* right to reject any or
ui.nr. B herrlaan
|Point' episode" she said "and CBS, 8:30.9:30: : p.m.-wit plete. Ilk. end equal i to 55.1nonfsnurad R I all bid..

|Ilf they don't get me a part I In Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and hnimaioaraphy by Corp Txhnlilan. .I.. I.h.r. Ixiulaa K.rl..n.. D d /./ Chalrns.n"AM' A. BANKS

nod >'oaran know apntiaea, anII .
,'Breaking Point,' I'm going to Kathryn Grant Crosby. On. Analytlial II''. Chroma unknown p.rSl.a dalmlni Inereata I IM _

(get on 'Dr. Kildare.' Sunday-"Paris: A Story of loirifih' ,-like. .n-\"i\o\ \ toF by, through or aialnut yond .. INVITATION TO BIDKealed
k M $ .
III all unknown havlnF.laimlns nr
High Fashion. NBC 10 11. p..t. blda will b* received at
II .
with Inlet
This li pretty drastic talk.Bing' ,' to have rlnht, thin I'th. office of 111. rlorlda Cltrua
On. Anal>tlral tics Ihnrmatograph Intereal In th. property hereinifter -.
I.IoAi ADVIIIIT"IMINT'iJa'LiCNo'i' ; rlorlda, till
company owns and produces Ilk.sndeqi.I tn hereby nollfl* Comml.lon. tk.l.nd.

"Breaking Point" ABC'Ipsychiatric ; (I i Scientific Model Hit- that d..I..d.a .to fun-si'... arSilo 1504 P.M.. for on the ,..F.bru., II
On ftnina day or .'anll."'', ( with Inlet eplltter optionliellvery ,'. MnrtiaR on the followlndeacrlbed puri'he.e :
series, while "DrKildare" ., 1981. .'olk R.dlo. inn undid t"r to h* F O B Lake : On Crater-type rn.m.mt lab

It a rival doctor series mine with lh. federal. (Oommnnl A I.d. FI.rld.. 5,05" 0, Illock prl.orty.t, JD lo.wl KWOn duclns oratnry It drier pounila capable of .-lirun pro
ration* Commle-elon an applleatloilo be aubmltted nnesch, ARK 0.1.0
on another network. Maybe mmlitn the llrimff of atandanirondca.t Item Individually or collectivity l It\UIVIIJ'N. accord- Juice acillda per Includlni
elation WWAM. The Florida Cltrua Cnmmlaalnre.ervea S l..k.l.nd. Flu.lda foam apreader" try.. craterlngnnailee
there's a rule about oper Inn lo th* ,
Minx on inns kllnrvcli.il at Lake. the rlsht to .. an,)1 try trn..r morran
.J.t corded l In Plat Rook 4>, P
Inns dr .
: lnir cooler
nepotism. and. Florid. to WWA11 Incorpoated or all bid.. II. I'shiln of "
HAM A. BANKS 1..d" product enll"tl..n hopp.. hiiatere
H/ ,
Kathy Crosby was in New Oty. 11..101. blower, drlv motora andcontrol
1 h. off It-era. dlreetora unit Mock Chairman h.. ..In.t ynSu Sodsic'a .
York for three days this week holder of Polk Klldlo Inr .... I".(US h.n required to 50'rvoarspc *, In.'I..d complete
and ready at Wit
but so busy talking up her huaband' -William Marlin and It. 3.Martin lamat.on Afinl. Thifflcera I/o( .,. INVITATION TO BiD 'if tour An.....'nr Fleadlnn to Ihl Haven. "Iorld.ol..al.
5.55.4 hid. viii b. '... iSIs 1 l nmplalnt on 5.ltiff'aatSorscy. 1 he Itrua Cnmmli.nl.n
CBS musical special on ,. di rcrteresn.5 etnrkholdr .1".0 '
Jmcn I'. P fl. 1Ukeland .
... .
aoffi'eofSSa rlorlda l.hn. I. re the rlaht to reject an>
of WWAB Incorporated arc ( .o
and She
( ,
Saturday night and hunting antique 'llrld" all bIslo
lakeland t Sil I
.rumen A. Morrlli l>r MrholaallolmiM II t..nml.'n. Ilnrld. In th
2 on Friday F. U. urmliiBl An.w. nr Pleadlni 18/ SAM A. SnARES.
French chairs that shedidn't Don W. iitun, U.rlrlll- I'.A
of she c lerk of lha (
l She pnrthaa* of: If.a 'lrrUI ('huirmas
1':. Morrl.. Jeeele 1'. Holme.. and IP.I.

even have time to go toa I'hn Ri'csd-eiins Company. I n.. like Aiuirum and equal(irm.oPoseu tn shunt 1'01"if March Sonor, A. I..ro.I U.. W4 the If you fuli U-Si_ ___ _ _

play. ('-ox4' Io.h. 14. M furnlehrd 5o,5spon t>ei"re. PmoCunfcnnoWhit NOTICE TO CNDITOSS
A- 2(1 a -
COLiC1' TTHI I' b taken for th. IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S
IN THI CIIIICUIT with (.. p1 cn..o do. .1.ln.1 you
Hectic Is Routine TINTH JUDiCiAL" CiCCLiil' dun,ruesiuiut.ul, aolld al..d. relief ,. Complain COUnT IN AND P05 OLK
IN AND 1'011I ton ilso. paruihionauainnhandard Ihla Not lie ahall b* publlah COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
A hectic schedule Is routine POLK COUNTY, I'LOIIIID" alnul aluminum and lie each week fnr four conaecuv ItK: mrAlK (1C
I IN CHANCtPnP ...k. In the Lakeland Lodcerwapaper Kenneth L,. Colllna, 8r
for the Texas-born brunette aft-, ma.a dnor .1... from th* eave .
P KV.I8 and t t.t In (5dM. wiSh 5,45 sine. ot .our 1..0
er five years of marriage to' KPAXLhY \ RI'ITRF.F.T.' eaah and m'u'hnnhnm lOOMS ANP ORr>Fnrr> at Bur To Al 1..010.* und Peraona Max .

Der Bmgle In that time she al I'lalntlffeV8 1 ..nl"lol. thr*. plant benihea low Hirl
) S 10 ."tend lha leniith of the A. |! Maid ,.1.1
has borne three children, com WII.I.IAM IIKNRY (I. "I-RlfB 1 ..nhciue*, to b* redwood in/j i h ln'tl..oAS., JR ) .u, euch of you. ar. her*-

I pleted a full nurse's training et al Mefenrtante ) Illai.. will be dnubl atrenicth L1..k. 1'1.,1 Cour .h.. notified I. file In duplicate all
NOTICE Of SUIT .ilma and demanda. which
II 'lIh 5incSSc ii.uinrhnriacurdiiI I!tit you
I course at Queen of Angels Hospital IN TUB NAMHJ OK ''''iF. BTATKOK around all aide of hao agalnet thi eelat nf Kenness -

II Los Angeles, learned to; HX1HIUANOIH'K1 the (iii' of miaa and an .llml. NOTICI 0" SALt I.. Colllna. Hr, deceaeed, In
'ttiDAY'rflN : num ,'ap nn top. W.lnw mail TO WIIOM ('I' NAY ''oNIRN: t lb a office nf Klrhard A. lrn.on.
I play golf run four homesandeven IIARP. wit ccc adilree he with no lapal losS arc h..by "n"nly Judge, al bin orc.
has found time for an occasional -cedric Idcnr. la 810: Hlowlng HockItoad ...1..IIJ ahlpment FOB. follnwlnc motor v."h"noll.4 I .'""rt 14 oueaa I "" ,' .

WATERMELON WARM-UP-It'. wetermelon" tmi *oain, or .t ....t It'l ItiS r* wl.cr S FlonId i television (Ix-nnlr North t'aN.llna.n I.k. Allr..I. lorlda, I IH.K Fi>rd Cuntum SUO ulihln. am IK calendar mnnthi from
appearance.Saturday K W Mount II: \MI.I.IAM III-VHY 'I he HorlilK ('iOn"n (''onmSnoin, HCIAUI41741 I U. 1HI4, which I. th* data ot

Werrmlen QuI.N, and the n> 'lovcliei *r. tctritif their t..U beds for the Feb. 23 conreifCyprm .t night as one of II. Htll-H and MARY (.(tiC oitits. renr\en the rliht to reject any D'. will' b. old at pulillo aal* at 10.150 she flret publication of thl I. n.
hi. wife. ,,'hoae .dolr., ... and rub,1nre all bid. a',lock 1 on th* Both day 01 lire. Nash claim or demand mbe ".
Crdenl.Kennedy. I' Bing's guests she will make her la unknown: MAK HWKATmown 5/ SAM A. RANKS A.A..h.uay. 1014, at 1'aul NaylcMotor. '. In wrlllnn, miiat, alata. thapliirlela".

public singing-dancing debut in ehcc ad'!ruenan d .Id.nr. I. nO' I'hair.n. .. 1047 K Main 81 Utkelan, of r..ld.n.. and pout offlp ad
If living, and If dead, their II..., lorldrt drewr.. of th. clol".nt. muat In

a show taped over three months li.Ire. devlxeea, legateea, ftranteearedllora : 1'he proceed of th* cats b. tn and mont b 1..0 at
I .. and all other ixraona. IN THI CSCCUIT COUIIIT OS tn tha wi th. "n..ald. orei.aa b.-

In New York To AidU. ago. .... Ofliss 01 ixirpciratlonalalmlna THI TENTH JUDICIAL Cm. 0/111.0 retaklnt payment alcirlna and ..1" .II
I Kathy says that she "alway "' ; hy. thrciiigh under origHlnm CUlT OF THE STATS OS of motor' vrhlil* and tha coi> ta) KATE K. COLLS I
iOu'n and all other perinn. FLORIDA (IN AND 1'01 POLK ..10 of nntlia of cole 1."ulrlaI
wanted to be a nurse, but had .. aaeoc-lallona or rorruiratlnna.lalnilng I COUNTY. .mid publication ibis to the aallafactlon nf Ih. AS

detoured to a promising film ,' -. nr ilalmliig. : lo ha\e. .amlilll Chancery No 625'.I'.S3 55.5. due under the contrai
title or Interest In and to NOTICt Wish.SOny and 11. Roach, 116 H NOTICE OF INTENTION
career when she married Bmg he property! deec.rlbecl herein: ( : BANK A,.... TO MAKE APPLICATION
S. Drive On Cosa NostraNEW I She expects to take her state MM AHM HKBKBY: NUIIUPDhat tIK HI rI.I a I ,11..h"l.v..lnw Ih. fin.n'ing.k.l.nd. 1"1..10"said 1'01 FINAL DISCHAROE

a coil h.. been broughtigalnHl Malic:nal A..t'lalon. m..lo' "ehli'le. Any aunilu, ..ill h.. In I. -:.t... ofRICHARD
board examinations becomea
to von In th* fire-lilt ('..u.1 I __ J'I.lnlt. I ,,.ld to you and you will remain IVAN*.
registered nurse next month if the Tenth Judicial rirrult In '_ table for any bisn'aremainhis' MAifToN .
for I'olk Klcirlda. In .TACK I.ANO sSss(. TO ALL \VHO\l IT
ind County
YORK (AP-Five Cosa Thomas (Three-F Ingeri Brown) jury gained momentum. About but isn't quite certain how she .lanrerv bIh* I'llntlffa, J. !'. .to.. .t I.1... man ) unpaid AM0k'1AT5'54 under sold rnntrat'L DWCOUNTCOKI'OHA CKSON:. :

Nostra "families" are said to Luchese. two dozen of Luchese'a underlings will be able to use her medical (:.e.le and Klanley llverelreet, aa'xerutora Defendant I 'ION Nol, la hereby .lven that I
C O. TUB HTATB Ol* MXIH1UA mv final. A'SSninlnlrshril
th It *
of .ei..fl : ralbert MatthewaNOTICB i -
control the rackets in the New U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F have appeared this week.' skills. ( ewin. dcn'.cd I" the aio'vi .". 1C) JAlK.lt. LANSS a alngll( By: n. IS. K.ntorky AU.1k.l.nd. of the ..1.1..por RICH

York area. The Justice Department Kennedy was here today as the Syndicate links with a ring of I ,.,"..01 ...uno. to quiet till. In aaldIMnlntlffa man, and any unknown apouaete). "I.rld&U. *Rl> EvANS: cleree.ed Ih. Shove
loI : helra, granteee. aiielKneea, llc-nnra, -525 mv petition
is zeroing in on the one frontal assault on the crime call girl-housewives in Long Island The summer and winter "I he Norlr 2lt .".... nf thaNVi .....dln,.. S runS.or other claim dlecharite. and thit I will In.1

authorities say Is headed by syndicate by a federal grandBeatles' suburbs were disclosed ..f th. "'W' eif suction "?, \'. throtiRh, under or asalnalIA ( UF liLt Si,. linn. RICHARI A. IU'NI'OS.
fashion collections of the top ,,, 4' ,,
lownahlp ,I 5. Kang I men, TO WHOM IP MAY CONCrRV: nIp Iolk ,
Thursday by Dist. Atty. William I Paris dressmakers are created 21": ,,gtlliT LYNr4 t .II a Ingli You lira SrroSy notified tint Silo Inrlda, on the Ind of A..h.
The SwU of Ih of fter.tlon 11114! fnr al.p..vt I of 555 ads,, .
Cahn of Nassau .NW"
County. I amid security precautions that 21, HoulhI YOI are hereby nullt.d that a 10Uuwll1(Oldnmnbll n"I..r v.hl"I.I dr:. ill r.. final dim-name .. AdtnlnlHira

Miami Hotel He also announced the arrest would impress our Secret Servo liniit20 ':.. : ,1 laic been fl.d ". vot,, H#&.7AUIi64i: Iris nf lha e.lnl'* of KICIIAHU
al l'i'u NV5 I. (iii I\v" ot 8.lnn ., .",S eai h of you. bv S.'i'riZicNs I will b eold at puhllr coin at 10.00 bVASK ".,ed.Th' .
on bookmaking charges of ice and in an atmosphere of nh Sooth, NATIHNAb, IAN K HP HP i's'I'iUi'ts'i A M. *cluck nn the SitS dnv cKebruary '. nosh duly (iif .Tamiarv. 1964

partner of an accused procurer' hysteria that makes the Beetle :.. 23 pint, : ( ,* abnva entitledcauee I! lfln, at I'aul' NSS"S| :: /l-HTH.f.A WEH1,FYAdmlnletratrltt
he of th. IIW'. of Ih.NW'4. : and that yous'a herohjreciulred nf tha *.-
Guarded Against TeensMIAMI who died mysteriously in a maniacs look like Golden Age IK'. the IW" of th. to M. your A nw.r will, hlroia.Sssra. Ion K A.ln HI, lakelandim tale of hICHARD/ EVAN8lieceaeed .

flaming parked automobile picnickers. 1.:'. of the ,: and th. I the \', ..t Ih* NWU of tin nurvoun""i.y thereof upon tN I "h. pr".d... ISuvmcot tho 1 A. R IUIUI. JR.

Tuesday. George Vlcas NBC's producer and, III* '' of th* 11"1If ur Plaintiff Attorney, .1'1.1..0 .," and.r ante C.I..I Ato.n..y .. .
Uniformed "It The SW if the KW'4 Hie Seetlon '- "",'" and .... la: Al.. .klnl.. .Inl Its's Hi2keland
(AP) police was great. reception Lives In Mansion of special news programs In .h. ..1,' n..I.r '.I. "d Si,. cons ofhilil'ei"s .
lMcl.Y Florida
20. 'lownithtp 98 10u.", lilt.: Attorney .1I. of ,'. .1. and .
guarded every entrance U I was much better than we had Europe managed to overcome llange, n .: (. 6141 enlral Avenue. HIIVIerebitig Ih..n to tho eninlu55n.t ot Sha 1..1- I1.MI4

the Miami Beach hotel where! hoped." one of the Beatles com- Luchese, 63, Is a short dipper almost Insurmountable objections -li nil MIII are hereby reeiulred I,, rlurlda. nut later than5.'s'Irnry' '* due under Ih remlract'I withWllhall IN INS C'"CUIT' COUIIIT 01'

mented In a conference garment Industry executive .cro's"r')' of >'our A.wrr.r 28. I tin. H. Halclw.ii' 411 Lk RidgeHome THE TENTH JUDICIAL' C55.
the Beatles were vacationing today press allowed to film If fall do Deere Pro "
and was (leading 5. th* I uinplHlnt upon you to ao I ,. rover CUlT Or THE STATE orPLOSSDA
of teen.. held after their arival at the who lives in a mansion on he Plaintiff atloiney II Saaelmr (' ..eo mil k. entered igalnalvnu ( I"k.land' 'lo.ld. 'N
repelling attempts the entire In the sewing : I Ing Ih* of enid hn'"" AND P05 POLK
process Uux Ii4$. lakelandMorlila for the .. In thiComplaint t"n'IIW
I' O I
to sneak in for a I hotel. Long Island's South Shore. He .lo d.mande 'v..hl"I.. .ur.luI .II 5 h. paid COUNTY, IN OHANCERV,
age girls rooms and salons of couturier ( and file t h. I"
orllln.1 10 and .In (laisicfor Ne 52771.S2.hop
of the British rock 'n' has always maintained he has the nfflr* of th. (h'rk ('I.. Ih. nature, of aald nit, you you FIRST HANK
glimpse Cardin. balance remaining unpaidider 0
There any
4,000 no connections with the crime nit ourt In Hurtnw, (I'oik countyrlnrlda fur f.m.. loKiire, of mon .. ." ,ronlrart NATINAl S
roll quartet. connected with the on or lief or. II'* (leih day lorded In l>ff trial Hacnrda Hook 10 DISCOUNT' DUJIIIS.
Everyone |
recording, Law enforcement officers did syndicate. ,if Murrh A.II. I1D4 If von fall I" '.11. |'ag. 455. Puhllo,, Hee-orda ol i A0Sn'SA'S'V.54'"RI'oKA1""N I -- -". l'I.lnlr. \S
The mop topped NBC project Including techni In no, ( hv <.fault will h. 1'ulk c:ciiinl> Flnrlda. coveringKeglnnlng :
n't share the enthusiasm. One Malthewi rilARLrM! HBOWNft .t
.: His son went to the U.S. Mil-- Jud..nl Bv: I 1'.lh..1 ua, I
to relax and the taken for I th* .. at B point Ml feet
stars planned possibly clans who would develop you .1.1d"nd'd 5,55< H. Kentucky, Av.nll.l.k.l.nd al. I
: officer said "I hope we never West Point Went of NK of I-ol S of
itary Academy at In Hie "n"I.lolnt. u'.rn..r DefendanleNOTICE
do some swimming in the have to go through that again" Vassar ColIcge -film had to sign a pledge of absolute 11'NI<: AND <)RI > :I.I': at Raiiw '- Martha. H. Ptilla Huliitlvl.lonaimrcllng 610 FlnrldaI / OF SUIT I
i and his daughter to
warm Atlantic waters They said secrecy. Film was labeled ,< Klnrldn, Sic Ih. dayKvbruatN 01 tn plat thereof r.. T1IH HIA1K OK PUiKIDAII 'ro

would not leave the life! The magic spell of the Beatles She married the son of another like A.n. U6. curded In 1'let Hook I. pag NOT 1C I Of siLl l>. WIIARTOS
they falsely and guarded / ./ I'. JR.55th .'2. Publicllernrda( of Polk aeaiels,5 at ABC Window
drew least Cosa Nostra "family"chieftain TO WHOM 111 MAt :
at 4,000 people '
hotel. young lirnlt run Ihenr "ONeFnN
confines of the Fort Knox. When complete the Court. ounty. \ a'th You are hereby thefollowing ""',
to the airport. Carlo Gambino. 1..lk Counly.Harlow Weal 71 feet, ,- .'. BoillhMl Intl.d add,H..al"n
They flew to Miami Thursday show in a locked vault. motor h'I.:
was kept
rlurlda ) t."I. Shu'O'a ra.t feet
who born In 1 I'W4 rhevrolet Convertible VOI arc hraby inlitied th.1 a
to prepare for a repeat performance .. Press agentry was at Its best. Luchese was I The whole hysterical business 1'-61 Ihenca North ISO feet point 50S40007W(t .I.O .. bern lr""lIht: alnetou

on the Ed Sullivan Show, Two Miami popular music radio -Sicily home of the Mafia wentto which affects feminine waist NOTICE UNOKR nf brsin.insi'i'ogcIhr with: ..I b. mild at pul:llo coIn at 10 IVi In She t'lrul('Oust fsr "olk Conn-
once, in 1921 for 25 FICTITIOUS NAME" LAW ei'c'luck on Ih* OilS day ofelutiary 55. C'h by linerNA1tONAk.
to be televised Sunday from the! stations had each established I Kngldalr Own Rang BANK DUNblHN
TO VillOM i II r MAY I'iSuKRN' I 19.. at Paul NavlnrHut :
hotel. Beatle fan clubs their ,months on a bootlegging charge. Nolli la hereby "h'.n that SliP Oil Wall Heater or (0., inn K Main tl. bake You .ro hereby to e.rnpan ,
in Water H..I'rWI"'NfI'M ,, flRFOOUY D, of I',,
He lost his right forefinger iiumuniit to Ih* Pic Ma.
Damage HighA young listeners. hit Inl.r.lln.d.! ,.. $.iItI'. l.aw. nHorliln my bund and Ihs ...1(.1nr 1.ld.'i'ha I proceeds nf th* aale br ,lea. Amyrna. Itobertenn A lliai.,
accident in Shin {'ussr 5. .1 LSrtow. J'olk wil
a machine shop Today He<.ilon Mr m, F M.A. Will :, I piled to th* payment of 1>1.1"11'attnrnayi, whom ., .
Station had four bathIng "ouny. 1"iorida' Ihua Und day 01 :
WQAM in Box 7t tlno din. FloridaIS2
of and
th cir auto
mob of youth. milliter with th i leik retaking, elorlng
hysterical teen.age ,( .. A. I'. 51554.Scoele'r i y.
clad for Tnlk I' vehicle and the coatiblliatltin 01 a your written d.
suit young lovelies waiting the turncoat ""i ti'ur I, II and ountyHurlilK aid motor
and girls pursued the Bea Joseph Valachi th K.AI.In. ,,, I essora In tha Hill( of Complaint
boys lipun leielpt of I"b1""I"n of nolle of aala andS i.:
from International Airport for the Beatles with Valentines -mobster, told Senate investigators In of ihla' nell,.... tl a full II. 11.0AN. JRClark I h.n tei the eallafactlnn of lha b"l- aid ault on SIr before the flh
ties : 1', ,'kMeixlrr ( Court wiSh .5nv nr 51544. anI IS', orle
October I to wll II O "n. dua: ul".r the Iln"1 M..h.
to the hotel leaving a trail ol in Washington last "under whli h I am enKBKell .I I' r6 rneKt .I. keen. I'. II .,. Inl:.. illS or .. written slId.naeaahall

smashed doors windows auto Station WFUN presented each that Luchese Gambino, Joseph History In liUNIIien. I enpei t to .n. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .ike AI.od. I-lorlda inverlni ihr h. filed With the Link of nanourt '

of the Beatles a giant comb. Bonano and .".. In 5,uInu'n II p u ..1.11, MASS APPLICATiON" rosrINAL ," eliin"S"rvhlu'lc Tha plirpnae nf eald .1:1:I'
mobiles and human injury. Magliocco Joseph lo"t.d .1 16f.O S.w 'l'auoc D1SCHASOChi AnI .uipliiii, will 5,. paid, you. I. fntacluaiir( of norlumie nn th,'
A Miami exterminating company were the head 1".I.lnl. i"iu.riii., will .. lioSl, 55,5' f'ullswist deacrlbed properly, '
Damage to airport property Vito Genovese By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS .k.I."I. ( R.: urI Y"U ..In any .
had a spray truck and crew I "families 'h..t I Intp..I.d 104Iturir "uo 1..1": ( I.IIS'a remaining: unpaid ssdcruid wl:
alone was estimated at 2000. of the Cons Nostra Today it Friday. Feb. 14. I. 1..1.Inl..r".1 In ."Id 1'iS '11.:1.1. n..d I'r AlA Y COSCfIS ,'onlr.'s. H..lnnln. .1 the Rnnlhwe, i
hand with banner r..I.\v. -
Approximately 30 of the rioting on a proclaim" or gangs, in the New York 1964 There are 321 days left in Iu.ln. near,. .ftS.w.: : ALl AOSS5S'IATF.S ritOCO'NT' tr. of flordnnvllleHiihdlvlalnn
ing "We Eliminate Beetles Y itoiv I IUI.I.I 'II'W' l'I-IOn" '. la hereby Blven that Ihl. I'OKPOItAIIONHy aa rei-ordud In Pint
youths were cut by flying glass area. the year. Today Is St. Valentine' I 5511. : lt I Nul. final report >. ad : Matthew H'ssk n at I.... t: In Sen isJ,
bird my 1.111
and animal
And a tropical IA.I'
5050Sy rod Av.. Iwp 215$, Kg* tremcNinth
and motorcycle Patrolman Jack Secret WitnessIn Day honoring the patronof .t l"k.l.nd. ,,"'nl.l.ato. ,utn ..ol..nl. an K.nt.ky tr.
tourist attraction a e n t .,," .1..01.... ,Iscno 0.'." of IIIJCIOIIIBMO lakeland. Hoi Ida long hue line .f
hospitalized with Injuries lovers and of those unhappily ,11 f a dlatante of SIT.n ft
Allen was help 1'.n11 '' Ir.Ut
'Cheetah an 18-month old Mineola Long Island Cahn _ deieaned: that I boy.ritn for. a PCI.H thence uItilisIllhsOHl'ug
suffered when a car hit in love.Today' I dla
OF my fur
pellul tn. ISsn Went line of Uit .r.
chimpanzee wearing a Beatle secret witness "has givenus NOTICI TO CONTSACTOSSOpscL
said a THE TENTH JUDICIAL CiSCUIT'or ''hunt, .n I will tiha
him during the turmoil. highlight In history. lion. A. HltONHONciunlv or INS STATS a diossn'cfhaOfl thence, N
Information which for the CLOSSDA, (IN AND COS 1'UAIO DEPARTMENTTallihaeeee 10"'D *,' Ml 0" Knot SillS ft.. IhenH .
wigAs On this date In 1778 the flag POLK COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.iSUIT '[ Polk CountylorldH ,
(174 Mi' 52. IhencH
the Beatles' jetliner taxied links this ringof Floridahebruarv i rl.f r:
first time solidly TO REMOVE CLOUD I on th* tilth day nf .
of the United States was first iiSS4, f, i of tha .. A..h. II. 1HII4 5I5(! A' 0" 18.3 I I I"'
State Plans to: the terminal hundreds of teenagers ( call girls) with the organ- ON TITLE appro\al AND the .
cir final dlac.har.a aa .dtnlnlatranr "
saluted nation. No H2H7II 111 10 CONIIIIUCTION ,
smashed by a foreign WHneaa my hand aa Clerk mil
through police
ized underworld In metropolitanNew .5 ( and I .I of II, ecaSi105 f MAINTIN.NCI 10GfAMS ,
the of
IMJII. aeal aald Court In uFlnrlda
when the IARRV. I
took be
lines and swarmed down stairs The event place : souTh, I deremed a l.r. .
York. f'I"J I. Ihla the 3rd day "
AdCampaign Ranger Capt. John Paul Jones, hi. wlfn, I day if Kehruarv. 1961 the mat llnad 1..p.tm..nt office.Itnom A. .
Summer and escalators to the terminal'slower "This whole operation now I'lalntlffa. I IAVI.I WI.I.IAMI U8, /.I.nd : lellahanaee riinrv. 1. 5004.Sieh2AI.
saluted with 13 the flagin !" from SiusIlli.'SS'nsro'tur. )
level. takes on a far bigger aspect"ic guns VHWll. I Admlnl.lrto. until 10 10 AM I is. If 51,005' JR., aa Cle, I k
France Adm .I.IA\f f. HOWK and I 1'.I..m..nlu. Annn" "r thueahas. .
Quiberon Bay .fanld ('IsnSSly
Finding waiting room doors said. UrHHIK ( IKJVtK. S or linen 'Iblele, (FH 'r.I 0. Tueeday, the >rd day

locked, groups of boys picked up Arrested on bookmaking La Motte-Picquet returned the I. liefendantaTATM I ," Date. if Marrh. I96. for I lha fillciwlngwork : DoltorilY Silas'SMIME HIJNN .dep"'"

metal chairs and began smashing Napolitano salute with nine guns as authorized NOTICE TO DII'KND -I .ell _ 1'.8 r.
was Joseph --
charges "
o! HXHtlliA -Nom --SOT" -
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The windows and attempting to a partner of Edmund Nugent. by the French court roo KKHKIi': It,IIOVVK t>.fU..lilelne ." IN THE TO COUNTY CSIDITORI -'I) n..w In.lr'.II,".."tc,> Ulride(its"No'eSssSr i THK TENTH CSSCUST COUfT-.

Florida Development Commission batter down heavy wooden 49 whom Cahn had called a Vthereahutllii( ,, AiMre., lKIIWNVnu ."4 .UDOES POLK COUNTY COURT ,IN FLORIDAn "AND Fo5 II.t 61 1.1' CUlT 01' JUDICI.L IT.TI OFFLOSSDA

..r .,(,5515rnol, w"ik
approved a $300,000 spring doors prospective defendant who On this date: cia heieliy nntlflnd that thl I Re: Fatal of r..r S"I. .. ( ..1" h. COUNTV.Chancery. 1'01

and summer tourist advertising Out Of Control signed a statement about his In 1859 Oregon was admittedto ,"'mill.ned to I'laintlffn remove, I have on filed aonuilalnt knnwn ronmr /IMMI-R. sIn i o 1'.I.d iolrSi'rs5a 1.1111 1.1 Na 12661.St-USNOTICS.
'nld Itl. aa ,
"Olt"I1 VllUeAZIMM" ni Frmn Will nol b* iou.dSnSr : or SUITIDORWOOU
centered on art festivals The two were the 33rd state. tha rtemrlheil *.
campaign part as a steerer the Union as .n rul..lnl( ". I Sao. ssna h..or '110' 10 HAVINUH BANK I Ia
and a snapshot contest Brian Summerville the Seaties' co-owners of the Jericho In 1913, President William yln., ..1"1, nlluata In I'olk 0.0 0.0 time I'm sucnlne 5,1,50POLS Now loris flushing ICorporation
'o All Tredltnr ond Pnnsn
10..11. i
'lo.ld. ,
The new programs were made press manager Lounge. Howard Taft vetoed the immigration I"t. 1 In aii'o'k 9 of UK llaima. or I Ls.maoda Asainah.1. STATE PROJICT JOB Plaintiff I
public at Thursday's monthly cided the mob was nearly out of bill because he thoughtthe OltANOKWOOD HI1JIUIVI-( ... 1.ld.t..: NO 16MO.91)02, SR S.661. f."m Il _v.._ IWAS.TEII .

commission control and ordered the Beatles Alive Before Fire siiIN. l.k..l.nd. ...'I..ld.... .,I-- You and earh of you. *r* h..a. 550 epiiron. l nnii..euos 5 of Pi A. ALLEN, etc- I5I.fondanh
of the P r t ,
meeting literacy test objectionable plat to file i In ass
.dln. nollt.d d".lrt. .,,Sihh 10 nillen W irk ,
) appro" I.1 .1.I .
The spring campaign's cost whisked off to the hotel without Cahn said autopsy reports indicate Caracas ed 1.1 H'Kik in, Page 10,. ,' demand whl.h "055 IlI'. of niecllum Rradlnic. s"k" I
In 1936. police at Hcnrdu of I'olk ,,.
and will even stopping to wave at the Nugent was alive sec i'utiie Iou" t nvcaIS (h enlate if FOI:11 Imerock II". 'ryp* I An5S5. 'IIP STATF OF .
will run to about $50,000 'Y. rliirleln, I' VIWMMt: 050 l o 'U'IIH
Venezuela killed five persons S'Is sac : hunn ,',sI 'l's s' WALIPK A. 0.1 1
ads and distribution -waiting mob. onds before flames engulfed his .nil >nu are required topv nocro. a I. VIHIII'A' d. .lu.r., .n". .. ,
consist of paid demonstrated against : ( .RFMT :1MII. "ert ; I. IxnglhOU I..KANOH M. AU.*:N and I''"
mobs '
as of yinjr An.w. r to 'umc the .
of arts festivals "I'm sorry we had to dash parked car. He said there was 011. II'IAI" II mile*. I,"nb onwnpnuncn, lialre armalaneee ,." '.
of calendars (5' ,
pl.'nl' on !5. .v .1'I.
decree establishing a press 1"lnll' .t..n.y. i ." riuarantv I of ml ,
a HIUN.OS. A roe ii.nnra. 1'"'
but the crowd broke through and evidence of knockout drops 'l'r.l.n. and 1..I.. 1. t li i '"Ult IS'oune.I Ir"1" r.llnr.
no ole. han l.l nf the I:aa.. n. I"
will be it could have been very nasty," had enough alcoholin censorship. i.ii. (, 11.11.. ahe '"' fiic SIS iot.w. Klorlda wilhln: "UHP .. t.IHI ,Iv.. percent Hid, In trItlo S.rss..V [rrniigh. under olh.or f.l"a"l.W.Mlr.lt
But Nugent if ', '
theIrrk ,
orlllnHl In .
The summer program In 1945 Peru, Paraguay Irl. 'I ." from K 1m. 7. I.554. .. .. a iirllflicl 5 .check u'nhln" 'a A AI.LhS: .,", MFtNcill : ':
of about he said his body to make him unfitto [ of th* .: 'nlrt, on ol ,lilih, la Ih dale f the flrat p"h1.IIn "
much larger. consisting Ecuador signed : lr11 hei k. inml, i'' Sr0000v'o I> AM." and I'IIAIIM-H MilKFNni
I and ''I..ny
'Chile up A 11If ,
i thu isiS I of thla I''nsh 'Nit,,
c .
1..t ,
h.rnt ,
1250,000 worth of ads. Theme of The disappointed youths drive police said with the United Nations. .'. '.nd "n.I. Sin In Writie. 5 ,. k. liMiik dlafl, of Hnv n".u.1'Hid : : .,0 AII.N Mr8lM
f "r elate bank or a Hnnlv I IH lie wifeYou .
swarmed from the terminal has been arrested toil: fall to dn tin. dicree proonfe ,met elate. Shun nf n.oi'ien'nibI
I the campaign will be the tourist One woman ,, pin e .mil. made INyahl. In th. llnlirnr are herebv .. .' "
ash and of the aleged ,i.o will h* .nt..d "lln.l. pent nfflce nddiea' of the of of HorHH( ,,,uot .t.d 1.
, The top winner tipping over trays as the madam thiomplHlnt S th* mate 4ul h" been filed t ';
snapshot contest. ,on, for Ih relief dvmandtd in 'I..nl. met, I,c.wos'n to and .
",",'ashy each hid A i'bciS cii eaih of you. by
I will have a choice between chairs and shoving airline passengers prostitution ring. Four Ten years ago Nationalist I[ .nu.t b. t.d. ..,1..1. 0' ci,. ..S uft In an amnunt, ,lean than flverient U< II II.awo"I'
Outside walked typical -,Chinese from Formosa WI'JII my hand and n"I.I.,..m. wi I.",c of the actual bid will VI/'i IAJh
1 a live porpoise and $1,000 cash. some teen others described as planes ,. at K:. )1 ( ( (5% ) I: that you arc

over the tops and hoods of cars. suburban housewives are ,dumped 30 million propaganda :[ounty. .oi. .. ( l..rllw.lth day of 'KNIOITAdmln'.I..to. nvalldnte the hid Mhould Ih. ProMieal I,lereby required' to fun you.1-
(Juaranly exceed ten p.rcnntI Ocr with the I lerk uf Ohio
Display Ads scratching paint, denting the held as material witnesses leaflets on Shanghai and other 'I Vlirunry HEAIn, Al l>.. 5554.II. HIX1AN .IR .,!-fU.N 10%) nf the iH-partmenta. ..n55.unsutc ,nd S'cecrva a en.y 'h.r.ot Court ul"n

I Display ads to promote the metal and in at least one case Cahn said the S2oo.000-a.year coastal cities on the Communist- l'I..k of ('Iron It ('nu'l TO CREDS'FOS$ II will I.. reduced 50 sills.i of i he Plaintiff, ..r llulntlffa Allot
IN THE COUNTY m..I.aly to tan percent ( % ) I Spy wh saanan.n 0 a,5ncen
summer campaign will run in ripping through the roof of a ring operated through motels 'held Chinese mainland. lly IM llnrnlhy'puly Clnrk Hulls UDOE'S COURT IN "AND FOR Ih. .. '. ...lh".I.( (..'ril.tic.I /klKIItr: C. VM.RIV.: Attorney .ai

Soviet and OLK COUNT". I'LOfIDA "' '",'k. .bOI h"v., Ht.l" ..I I I.w. HUH ('..nt'1 Avenue, HI
combined convertible. and Five i..es,
with a taverns years ago
publications restaurants ,n le.t.: .,. 01KA"'II"U'i I'irlt,,'. Is"" ,I..v 515mm II' I I.nrh.,1 ,..r.bur. rleirlchi, not later hat",
circulation of about 100 million Beatles Go Home Chinese Communist leaders proclaimed i NOTICI 01' PUBLIC awLS 1'01 I : : T KINO( B'd a ondaaShalScnfIr In I Ito ". I. I1U4
f their unbreakable soli- STORAGE isocroned liO Fsrn IndO I f... Nonm- If yuu fall to ill .o. Deere l'ionfe..o ,
I the commission's advertising J'Siic, Nnlli e I. hereby irlve 1I 'o all i-radltore and, Permiim, llaiig boe.555 ru.n..h.d wtt tIll Pr*. t' be entered agnlion "',
agent, Louis Benito said Several traffic accidents were Road clarity and said that any attempts I I hat b..lllnl, in Ih. 21 ol day .? I lalma or 'J..nd.: Alaini Po.1 Poem. ,, for .I relief dcjmandedhe ,. I"

was reported as some 3,000 can bat- Manatee by called "American I,'..1" al 10 'il" AM .n a aid, batata: ASS work I. Iss 1.. d''f In ac I ':omplalnt,
Benito said the campaign I 1.1.,:I from day (. You. an" carl, or ":5. cm. hon.V .- ,'urSn, H wllh 55. lIon. "I.o'if. naltir of eal.l elllt 5ai"I i.
aimed at bringing tourists to tIed for position in exit lines. I imperialists and Yugoslav re-,:.1 nl'I".I"1..* we w,0.1.. alibll Si, notified t.. file, 1' duplicate all ,..11.".. .ml 11",1"1 I'..vl.lo" ? ,.1'1.r..rl".lr., of mortgagenrdfd .

New York Possibly 500 of the youths Bond Msiomsts" to split them were I : An, lion to th. hlKhent bid ,.Inline and dnna.i', whl h vnu 0so $5.50 ... 1'p.1! in "filial Kiecnrdt I!,,
Florida despite the HearingSet "t,., .t ..:"r *,,r.-inc .1 hI' ,,ave agaliiHt the n.ime, if KA1'IIlllh PI..n.. ."d/.. .i "nr".' I 13. page ill Pllbllu,, Keiild':,
World Fair drove to Miami Beach where doomed to failure. I 'li.: i Ue'nl Metnorlxl I II\d. (IjlkeHiil I.: ; r 'KIMI cl.. .""'1. i III Mefflie h. put raaed h' \.II.: I'ilk C..nly. Horlila, io\ermu'

the cnmmis outside the hotel one dissident I One year ago President I Hoilda. tie r.lln"ll ....|.. n of (S'i'SASSis \ IIKDNKONounty ',"HI. ra'tro "I..n atI'iI. ,'lOl, ,. Lot III. In Illnck I Hul'I'\
In another action For March 0acn. .an'S mor. h.nol. rclcr" I' Judge, at h:" .fflte In the sSsln 01" for 1.1 on ,..r'S Ento: .1.AISII 111'1'1'1. Laki
} lion gave Chairman director group; of teen age girls picketed John( F. Kennedy asked Con- ;ma and: cI hue ,' on whlih a .'nun lloua. at Li.., SW Klorlelallhln / ..so .. S'iunn r.r eroalo'' I.. lid 1..10.. o'eor'' to platherecf ,

vote of confidence with signs reading "Beatles Go ress for legislation to provide I len on the .nan <..laimed: ., all culend.r mouth, fromnuary ,,l.'rn and IsSuna for """-"Idr.' .. Plat Hui,k
\ Wendell Jarrard a I' [ Lot No. Owner 5. 24, 1004. will, 5 h la th* data ay be punhaaed. for I." pel .' 40, page. >. llllillo Recorde. uf
Home. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Leon :employment and better educational ttli-I: \'.1m. l.ynrh r I th. flint publlcmnn uf IMa "0. Ordera fnr th... do'oIhli, Polk c..unl. lorlda.; togethot

John Beckett of The Beatles-Paul McCartney. County Circuit Judge Ben Willie' and health opportunities J I IJIIlun 110It.n"ur. 0 100. ScanS claim "r demand muele ,hould he directed 5. tho Essln.'e with d.crlb.dIem.
Commissioner 71 ( lyrtit S' In writing, mum mate th* plar. ,.r ontracta. with ,'hei.ka payable of properly which ar. lo-
Fort Myers who brought in the George Harrison Ringo Starr I has set a hearing for March Ion for' the nation's youth. SU: U W. Winton t r reeldenr and POHI offlra ad- I. the mate Rod epartment of In and panflsatdfltiy. ln.

resolution expressing and John Lennon-clowned and the petition to validate a $4.8 r,7 Krank WllhelmIt :1 nan of th* Clll""t. rmliet In. lorlda :The.. ch.r oa Include tailed anaioir I of tha ImVvllNrHH .
formal 20 it. W. I'nouins.: w..rn to .nd mU'1 sn fllni Haf State Sal and Use tan. No cc.Sund ,nvss,nSoun aaid Sand:
thanks, said the action was to joked with a corps of newsmen million Manatee County road GRINDSTONES FOR CUBA 1.7 Wlilm AI'lanIHO .....5,5, ur sins ."",* will bei will, b* mid.) my hand and th. aealt :

of Jarrard. He and photographers for more thana bond Issue. VISBY. Sweden (AP) The l.v..11 \ v<.14. 'i's". .hh I I. ro..r.d tot I .,t t Ihla I''U'I. at B..to.., "01'1
counter criticism I:. ... /./ J KINO I ony o. .. {ounty. "'lo.lda thla Und of
didn't say what criticism he half hour before retiring to The county plans to use the :Swedish company Gotlands 5,.", c. KrauoeKalHlon MAROARF1 :I ".1 11.',, ) 1FI'ITIrST J,inuarv. :. 01.1

but there was comment their hotel rooms money to build roads and acquire -:ilipstenbolag reported today it I :1 11 WelihSOHKIM F!FVTLFY, MIM.I:i;: isnrnAltH 0' I'I.015115A SJlIIN cot II'r iiIU.o
meant, .,WIlHMIci it tneierk
TRANHI-bn a i IIM.m: I I S.i I .
after an audit report showed They said they would relax rights-of-way in Braden 1 has sold 20,000 grindstones to -'t' \'' '5' 1 ci Bo. 445 "h..n.' I 111.1.1. I'S I,',ill f.un

shortcomings commission pro today, then go into rehearsalsfor ton, Palmetto and other parts I Cuba to be used for sharpening I, W,,. 5 ...1. S.k.l.no Florida I IsSSu'lediet. HI \1VHV' A. .1'RHI
., I lerkJ
'" 155i'USpl' fur Ad" I I hllsiso.. h. ",5 iHtputy
their TV show. of the knives ,. ,
cedures. county. I lugar cane ,I .1 I ,;f '1

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S 99 Boots Motors Supplies 103 Furniture: I Applloncii
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING ANNOUNCEMENTS S3 Help Wonted, Female 54 Kelp Wanted, Mole 62 Ivilnti Opportunities II Dogs, Cots, Pets 97 Articles For Sale-MUc I Ibo.

FISHING BOAT '6I. W> IIPpaddleboardi ;1tI'RIOII"1'01I&, WA5SEs.
5 Personal Notlcoi WAtTHRoM WANTED Sue II to: CAREER OPPORTPNITT lUrtlnlerr ; ASP LaBlSsd BOARDIHG HOLLY Kennel PULPIT FURNITURE! Oommun ..n.... oallboaupaddlrblkei I ._.. air conditioner. oto. All
II 711 wen Memorial Boulevard (|i oo per week, Prix hoi,. = Oroasrd ,:':12 Is Chris and Tod Vaa Allea. lee.Mulborrp lou tabl.h..... Bpholitered' eulboafdi trailer I..ike* repaired prompt ...."
Vital lit* tot.uninr. plus retlreminl 1881 and .UII .....Ia.. "'110 Bun**. Phono MOiOB ob..... pulpit choir raISe Mint ,joilolloi. ....doJ.. WlPtar Hft- ,.....Iot. Boo .l lor loon IItttI ...
RATES TO WHOM IT MAY SALESLADY WANTED for tot,Ice proirara AIM 144Cmarried ', .'. M Ul. Lakeland Ltd.... J. oik MO 14441COMPLETE ..D. 13.ssss. I Itanooi your Kolvlnabor ai4

CONCERN: dress ahop Bitperieneod aril n. hI.h oohool irodut. oequivalent. '7 i9S HOUSEHOLD (urn. '.. 'one d..,... H". Da, TV-An-
.110 n ,. d....... and iporlawear E..II.nl 2 COIN Laundrlea, 40 weeheri I'drl. n RAIR Chlbuobu Top 27 FOOT ChrIs Craft twin '.
Minimum IS,Word.De Title 'K lo advise that I annure opportunity. Permanent IN,K'lion, Phone-*t---o4MMANAOKK ..., Eioellent lortUon, bolt To.r...., PlkID..... "'m..a..a.GerID.a ihlnm Appllanc IU80 PeJconCornet 88 depth recorder, trade slip j I llano*.. 1110 Auburndolo |UIU
lOSt >i'''l in U. bunlnraII Edwardi Macy 120 gauL Main TRAINEE, tilt Rout. 1170 John i ...anan, Roe* $Shepherd troploal riiheanarlaa 9U1 Cleveland HiilihuBivd JI3 Mailmo PO. BoE 4, Auburndalo 0SlTSCLASSIFIED.
Minimum Chargo-SI a> MOROAN BROTHERS ii Rif.\RT oNPt.irrr..n: .a 100. m M Bales tralnMT160 .", .. 5604133.SEiTAUKAm4T. enonkera. tad auppllea MU 17iu. m dar weekftor WO 1.MO*. '
t J I n REPAIR ISBVlrl. operated alaloa Married men with ..1' COk.. Fri Shop SIS RectA\ KenMiokr 0d5. I wpeidays.las. DISPLAY
Poll mro1. Pull
Word Din Dan Dan Dan Went Olive StoneS, Lakeland ilblUly On. per.cn office Orn' and phono. eee "-III witS taoi MU .-.a888.'BlETn' aI. LIKE NEW IS flbenlai" flihlnl
rest offIce dullea. Must be Sued rliilltOPd Coil MU 6.5771. cu. to0 .I.hl emosnon. bout '1". Call MU 8-O44.
i 1 3 Plerlilt 55r and iialnul am not uch liable buunaia faclilim tonAL Bhortitand deelrable' but, character.' call.MO reference*-4l>4l ft Par M ft Inter'Irw P M' POODLE Bhoppe. Pre- mooS n.".. 5.0011,55 eandltlne.sass. .. iiTCltTrr-runb; T( ,
: Sj ; .Ugo; 80 118ll not required Wrllo Bun F. 28, r..lon.1 iroomlni etude, PUP- 110... Dr ocosfee nod .10. 14
I'' S Floyd B MorganTransportation Lakeland LM.ermlleaie EXPERIENCED: TInE roreppnBe WANTED Pi". 0503 II.Ulloaa ....d. Shop. ago Compoa. 1550 Week, ".m.. llberilai bottom convertible. lop FHA
o ao Coulderear
: .... Cork SAM 10. PM fl.3".8. Rom. I8I-.aa, r.aI. Blvd 40 Scott. trailer. 1300
CLASSIFIED BPACE'RATM" IlJaOI"nltm 0usd'. .0 bun in trade, MIT 3.1.7' ,
12 n per roluran Icob 7 look, all II.... Io.r Sins plus I dallr list North Florid AVI POR CALL mleUrot mialotumoblOcS '
o-IBM Chevroleton
NO 2-441S ; TO BUY poodlo mala. laI tbnoe AUCTIONFriday WILL TRADE send
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RAT WANTED MBTALLUROICAL : I Call Plant CII,' a tood flbenlaa boat sad 0..1'1
TRA N 'ORTATION RICQUIRCCno : : on :l:3,0Id.:
H JO column loch NUM.EII A..anl
per COCKTAIL WAFTMBM wanted ... lit. Pbona MU 1-oBll CA.a
10 01, ]. dally.j.lnllP Boon ., sIn and technician wInds .. Kites Only
Apply Star DlKsounl Liguoridway
Contract Rato Upon Requeii MIni 'rhnol I ('eiicueat.adrnt Otrrlnnre In phoiphaM plant op: LIQUOR LICENSE RBO1STKRED CHIHUAHUA pup- i LAKILAND AIIIA ROMEO
and Van Fleet BartowAuk
ration and laboralorn drooL 7 30 P.M. 0 .141471 ">! (iina lnoOI14IIUH
111 on :
WANT AD DEADLINF" CWO Waiter sloinhardl for Mr Uula Phone Ul'In.. research and development pica Blameeo kltwna. Shad eerv-, 103 FurnIture t Appliances D.. .,_
491td 10. COP too lorrlor, rhtbuabuftloeo
171 Wo .buy nil for Ml* SmthtewnOr
or coo
WORD ADS AND SPACE ADO Direct InoulrlM 'lo Prank M '. oat MU t.1100VALCNTINE : ..*
410 pm day befor publlra. WOMAN TO take .a lion lencepl Sunder'I piper BUILDING TRADES bed psueet-oomau. LI.. In Houston ..0. Boo "1. Bartow, Package. Advise best cash : DIPT Olve ft oud, and .uirsn Lead 13101 and -
SAl mum be in our office .before MUM Ml d... per week Do Florida din, reklnioea pupas AKC mla.lered ., CENTER tip Preo Initallatlon AlwariLakeland 0*.14114* Ill ?...... *l.
lihl ft ouaewer 0. 140 per wars price. Reply to t o.eu. old. MU *-t.07. 1 In new or 14 TO* ,.._
4 JO p m. PridirlCLASSIFIED PARTS ROOM helper. Hllh aohoouat :i till O. II gait o boll bun
DISPLAY 14 Building Carpentering plus room ond board ..... 3 W "'. Young irowlnf com used TV at Nile o Dar TV. 1310 01.14I104HM 4M 0....., DrT100 .
CIa i ,. MT Berth\ Howard, PI.. 19 Livestock till '.00 OMtTtl
I Auburndalo Ro.d. Open
II a m. dar brfor public none many opportunity 14441I MempteeedDr
lion lencept Sunder piper ROOHNO WINDOWS alumlnConuicllni .. CII,. Call Otanler Roberta., MU 1411YOUNO I I Box F-225 bU'D", 30". '21. 8..ato sitarS m. MU I..1176.BADCOCK'S. TMO
ads muit bi In our offloo Prl- ,1db.' tiorebru. roP.Ir.. 511.05. WORKING MOTHER need! help 10' .ppolntm..l. BUY YOUR freeaer beef now 450, pm. .tlllltTM 1014 Peoah PIr .
dIP before 12 00 noon lens 80 .onll1. to p... 11.11 er to ear for one ohlld ot homo c/o Lakeland Ledger I lb. out and wrapped Whole or .ru
MAN trained In Amonles. hoes
Companr In.'rd. budielira s.lf Pb.D."U M4lt? 411 Carolyn ...
All) Ida muM be In Uio Ledier Phon MU 3.1211. A. 11mm... P'I.. day week, PhoDO 6834017 Mlllni and eolleetlni to bios, JJMIU. S-17SS w MU f nraaip .21. hotllonl .h... 0000
elf),. belora II 00 ft m. Beldin m.h. MU 8.2088 P. ao.u.: Ito'o" 7 II 10. nal.. 'ntereet In solos builneii Ua FOR I MU I.NT* after T. Aol for Jim MM1I1 I'M Park DrT .
utda. for ubllr.lloa la "oa. WANTED:RUROIS solulout fur jorlir) CIa noelneans labIa. .*. paper. HOME REPAIR scslstiicn. tso1: doeton 011I0' pant tw. monthly .'.,Un. ..1.... and MproflU :I p11500,0.; All alock and eaulpmentWHtern SI..... .. .... ,.... .O\DID', SEMI.ANNUALTRADEIN "'mu*" 1124 D..I. "ye..
p105 Union Ooo l
block brick work, drlvrwan a'enoy I.' I IM
no Bend .. Phono Bartow '131-110,
Tim* LeAp will not bo re Wells Dan M 219. Lakelan refereniee ouallflloni bualnem SETTER OSED Edith
Florid seine HealUt lorcee tale M tr$4iiHM 1141 It
lichen ciblneu mom '
iponiibli let more thin one 1.005cm, .. anapihot la Bo. too 01 B.orlflce IJIOO Phona Mulbern FURNITURE AAPPLIANCES. CLEARANCESALE TOO *.4M
Incorrect, Iniertlon free nllmatet MU I 3065. WANTEIEXPERIENCLO ee. ::m. baa North Broadway, Bar.. I.I4BI.. 90 Poultry A Supplies 'I .1TTJ11M1S41MT 102 Atlanta
ANT7QDM Ave. '.TM ..M*
THE LAKELAND LEDGER .lonlaera. day ahllt ant,. Plpp,n. PARTNEKHHIP IN small bunlamno 30" oirrsElectrle fit .,..noIl
21 Roofing 'acklni' Lake Alfred Bead win HAVE iMMEDIATE openlM toeman for sale Ouod USd0. .111 ".In. QUAIL FOR ..1.. dr._. .... SU>v -Double Door tiP TO ISO .r
TELEPHONEMU61151 1 mc, Han.,. on well eiUblMied Iniurico Small ranltal MU I.>747. 4335 ollar 5:30: ..... Refrlierator AulOBiatle WaeherEleotrlo TlL\DB.IH ALLOWANCE: I Ii rr... 11.-
ROOF1MU DEPENDABLE< work droll Quallllrallona mUll Drver tell Ouaran- FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM M-2S41ITT *o* Br.nnell.
m.noh'' B.." paymenla "n.OInn. hi neat attire and have looc r IDEAL OPPORTUNITY. New T... 92 Wonted Livestock Pots teed)-Thin Lino. Admiral TV i TIP TO lit I P....
.. Lumber" Co npany. 8W $ NEED MONEY $ nnlnc ear. Live Inh.. vlrlnltiLakeland son Service station for I...., Pull Blaed Hlde-A Bed Oold Clubs 'I1IADB-IN ALLOWANCE 100ooo HIM .
-4 Piece Walnut 0 2U1IITe 10U Ninth fttI
Dlnlni RoomSsILe.Cbenrm S
.r or Winter Haven oornor of Sumhlno Drlvo and
VpUft 40*
For appointment call eollart MU Oombeo Road. AJrfady tfolni WANTED A few dalrr eatuo anr Dropleaf Table
and hours .
Pleasant work
.. .
ALL tYPES raiidrntlal or com. kind Will Walnut' Dropleaf Table OP TO ISO > Klwunassilo.
11-1817. Lakeland. between t a.m. elcellent butlnewa' Lono Star Pa par top ca.h price. -Mahoi !
ANNOUNCEMENTS merrla roof repaired or replaced to suit your household slid 13 noon BalurdarAAA Irol..m Company. Call MU 1. Power DaI,.. MU *-O JIMERCHANDISE. anr Bedroom Suite-Several Nice .IN ALLOWANCE HIM
M Co RealmS and Sheet Metal 9171 or CI82.B971. Spot C/lat..c-Rorko. POR YOUR OLD APPLIANCE: M.11141M 1011 Orewerv
146 Writ olUr, MU 1-3133 schedule representing Collection of Oriental Knlv._ OPTO0IO Ave 1M leo*
tuniui AVON. IDEAL BUBINIDBII oronmnusltpbr Beautiful Salt Water' Rod Reel TRADE' : ALLOWANCE i ..Mill 'f' .
mold A orof
DO YUl haii 1t44.Po.
4 lost and Found oeuaie 1I.loblJohod.: Eocllentlocation. AT.IIo.. P00k. a.d II_
'ou, or Kldini' t will rel I Well .lOckrd. P.O. Boo mos 'rIIrl.. .us sumsp.oe tomoatlnu. POR YOUR OLD DINETTE ......a.. .41 OaTMn OrHIM.
: Stove l be HMnlcal. pr_. Pernl4OiOie Call 6824137or CITY EMPLOYMENT tool L.hl..d.6S 94 Coins Stamps Stiddos 'Irsiourea InOnlloelu's SEE THE SENSATIONAL U _
POUND BEAOLE Identity and ill] MU .B214. N.nrn* 1111 w iitn it.MIM4IS .
pit C eradser l.Iasm.nt. Phone I..m. VALUES I II
Mulberrr. HA B3tea.LOb Mortgages STAMPS US plati and HnilaaR Buy Mow-No Down Parmeot i'jNravJvMtarM114I
r."iA' :"' 24 Plaster Stucco Write P.O. Box 1395 % WEEK'S FEE % 5. Smlu. 1140 Wo* Walnut Tbl Budiet Plan I Dfitontlnued floor eempleiBpoclal :
chinn picas pun.laming Lakeland BUY BUILD Mil. reflntnce FHA Street Lakeland D82-_.. Open Mon (bit sat factor purehaaeaPactorv -** :M1 r."ou.
keri and c chanie S lain.ptone Ave. I ...
'LASIEKINd' PATCHINO ann and VA morUaiee pint Mort.Cori Wl BUY BELL TRAD oloio-outa.
booth at cur Park Call MKIIft ._ w Hlllteo
MU 9 1737 rewardPersonal clIlOu' Alletiti ennsn d .ddltlnn. 5501 of Florida. lot a Flu,. 95 Bicyclss Motorcycles 110 DOWN deliver asp llvlni Lane *,41* Too*
P reec.Iitnsieu. lIr000rd. Jolf Tol. da A.e.. MU "3131. THE SPINNING WHEELDIXIELAND room

00' Mil! a06U. MA AVAILABLE -* MOHTOAdE loam TRIUMPH AND Yamaha aalM 110 DOWN deliver sap ftppllaneeII LAnE: WALlS A..A HOMO

5 I Notices Ito itandard Homo Shopplni with urma U S yeiri. AIM will and ....1.... 1:1.: trlontan U.S DOWN deliver! anr bedroom ....."a" 181" 0. Y._
BUSINESS SERVICE .....1.. will, hire twest.iill00 purchana .... momtoaesa on *a- mo CITY EMPLOYMENT route eoletmen for two aitabllehed ant and Irnproved property Completo et0I. Lakeland Circle Co., IllWe oil t Florid MO I-JU3 Special ValueaW.S.BADCOCKCORP. 1100 II,_
See Than
BUY BELL, uird tooli' luni and Free Parklni U Roar of tsoiSINOER ..
homo delivery. irocery. Ua and PHA and Conrentlona] >t Memorial ll-3Sl. 1 .,
iportlni aoodi. Dial MU .-.a.. Bookkeeping noffeo route. In Central Florida IDO'Uaia ....1... Lakeland Moru SEWINO mla.- 1 SOLD-MOT AvAILisI.tcans
27 Accounting (10 500-FLOe.. like
for ..lIm.... Culbcrion Hardwire new II4S NUM.1t1l Anna:
WEEK'S FEE /4 Unueual opportunity Oood lartln .
/. 555n Corp SOb S. Tenneueo A'e1124171 1* Sporteter A.1 condition. I4IS eholeo portable or oontole. Zliaa -
TRADING STAMP ...h.n..d nrbounht. > aalary alter training. p100contmloalon 5,.. Cool Brown Used <. darn ombrolder. mono- 0*...4.r. Lakeland Are.
Allm.n. to7 last LIstS. INCOME TAX-boobmPhtE. YourhOmc 208 ARCADE BLDG. and 558. pl.n and Parker Carl noraseFlorida tram ...k. bultonholee. Pay bal- 1712I1T SOshiond Coun. .
6U..BU. or n iv office Oo..trshsmee TransportatIon and operating esptaeo nOon of .>! oob or II molUily Main Store and WarefioueuMulberrr S'okrZd Amos
P 5mm d ,,nInes LIP fumulahed, Muit bo Smut HORTICULTURE Florida 200544.00
credit Moo..,. HI2-4137 .
I .
'.IU' nowLekelano
CHRISTIAN N U R .1 N O home 10 pm F anarcccnltl' or..lro.J.m. .married Ass 1ft-40 And able 96 AntIques Mulberrr Store Houn M.irriooM ; Area
t op.a IlPOcI.1 attentIon Olsen Cuth .. 8 101106. 31' '"...no.. WHITI .HOI .k.t.. wInk plaitlcIda
lo poet small bond Aloe will I ft ... to I pm. d>ilr. FrI nlUe .WM1TM1M2IIT onland Covn.
needi of each patient MU MU 0.13.1 hire evperlenred eollolton 10 71 Fertlllior, Food, Soil GENERAL LUll dr.tloo and worMs. sod .ue. GootS oondltlaoMU until S .y Area T

5.5253.CLLARANCS. make homo call with manaiardood .......1 atlquma. Bo..M and told .2.107.al" OneS All Der Wednoidar ahi.nd Coun.L.MM4 .
SALE at Dod 1'.... 36: townmowers & Service eommllon, paid tronepor. GROUND FEAT muck Peat andnliei ml Choek Mouao Eaton Park. IIINITH: lo'o.I.loa sod fI.h- Over 10 _I.... itorl .....ID.I Mill!.o* b.... Amos,
rice. 3032 Norm Florida' Avenue. RELIEVE! t alien furnlnhed For delalle eee loll Located 2200 E. MOID 681.1313. Ins ta. I.. Room loe, 5mw Plor. FlorIda M.Ul ir ihland Coun.Areo .
Fabric notion reduced up to H EPA1R8 ON all mako 1..1D0. Mr H. W. Payton at 0.1,. New Pat o'Neal. MU 1-411 Holel, o 30 to I 00 P M I Lakeland Anoelat Store to

DALE CARNftoTE iraduetet loin ruandnno.t..5rP5in5 llnhlno Oable P005050)Autolectrlc sep Florida 17 from Hood 10 on I Monday m .5 Peb'pm.... CLEAN PHOSPHATE lind for 97 Articles For Sole-Mlie. SIMMONS HIDE-A.BED sofa. $50 11 Mo Plorlda AvoBadcock .M....1M04T..... L.Ha...net',."City A...

our LakrIaod hnpte. for fun mst 211 North\ Florid Ave. Lakaland. non danelr II. PO I..a. Alan rood and dirt for I1UE Wonder horio driu e. 111 Port. Will Trial Ton Mint", H-.2NY W. 52,00 ArM
.nd f.no..hln. Ors teuldentuWlt'tme. !: Oavll MU 1-3071 a-crlb. 110 ..IIIID"". 110 MU
Boi iTt Winter Park Florida .
con 883.237. $56.OCU hone. MU 1 (301. DSED TV'S from 131 vp Qua. 3-2661.
or TOP QUALITY Paniola and Arentlno enteed. wa finance Worklni Contact four Broker
0' .'1" PO Ion 17.2.L. 37 Mattrni Renovating THf nails bay from clover rade-lni acoepKd. Admiral Silos 10. .0' TRAU.KR AWNINO. ...
k.l.nd. 55 Saleswomen flold. Will deliver MP 1-1414 .> aervlco MO 1-3111 Peacock .t 1338 0108. a....,. 882.8308. __CLAllllOaDDII"L.AV_
LOIS' SLIP Cover Shop, loll TV 414 H. Wabaeh
aOOD BAHIA hay Flneit horse :30"' oixss .
MAITRkB RKNOVATINO 1lerilce easnt.vO like n. .
CheiUut Road 181 K07I Draperlei
brdepreidi. klip covertAuitrlan dip Art M..I.... CornPhono SALEtKilRL MUST bo elperlenoed beddlni. 7.e bale Ten mlloi Old .8. iaIdotO Mohils Mom e.I.. I
curtAlni. ...... cornlret p.n, MU 1-0541 In Mlllni. readme pattern Polk City' Road all.8MI, AUCTION SALE Telephone 683.Itlt

rods and Installation Hun PRESSURE and aelllni\ pleoe loodi Belli RABBIT PBRTILIZEH Oood for Every Saturday, 7:30: p.mBAXLA'S ONI 1 week old ""lnOpl.no Special
dredi of lamplei lo choono from 49 W.JlsPumps "Pibrlrl lilt bulb\ Florid Am ew.raa.d inrden SDo 60 Ib n.o. Used once. Millar Hall.Rouet .
..d MU 1-C414 oar). MU 1 1100 war Phone MU 3-17M
month_to par Clll MU 8..488. ,ourweilin d Itiilall your water 56 lo.d. delivered Phono MU ,. "Formerly The Auction Bouee" i I. .h..,, nod with Formica top 1
.nrtam. Up lo M mooUil to pay of a tight budget through 1117. uk for .tam to Price J2080'' 30" aleeU-U stone withtomatlo
OPAL'S BEAUTY Shop li nest0I3fl. Wo Bur or Bell for Tu
ALBHMAN WANTTD for home boOt. like lol...4. 4-Door Sd TorouiFI.ro V-8
In Medina Oirdeni BIO Phuce MU 1-B101 4201 Hwr. IS W ovoni new r* n r.dl.//
BeatS Oirdcn Drive Plain iham Classified ads. To sell delivery a.. 29-50 Commleelon, 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants Phone MOBOJ3 and baraaln priced New Boa 1 fcoator. foctory .1, conditionod, ,whit wall tiroi.Juit .
pi... 5015mm benefit. hoepltallutlon. VhS alumlsom stumsrnem, 504.0
PS estdur. I. II 50 Oil ihampooMt things you're through aroup lite accident and UBED rURHITURI. bu.. trad..1 I is orlilnal carton, rotalli finn1;I .ieop.,ionlly claon. Thli wk ONLY
and II 7t Haintutu. 1110ffllnenU
nealth Apply Bordtn i Dairy 44 COLD HARDY. ful smowlno .11181. youn for only ..... MU4I1
sell at 220 Coehraa StOleS
., 19 IS sod up Phoni USE LEDGER with, dial MU 61151 to .ate Wir. Drive. prIest hsdss plants 30" hl.h. *.
883.86.. Open 000.500 53 50 doien. delivered MU 1 2121 North Wabaih Avenue MU, I ITIILItBOOPI $895ADAM
REFINED WHrfaPwomin place an ad. THREE SALESMEN< to mike Cllll 14020, Wo ily* Top Vumia.HOW 'I'1tRB. Inoh ub.moctlno. .
neediinniportatlon CLASSIFIED ADS on budnrn firm In Lakeland AZALEAS bud "d bloom '8c.Ro. pi. 3 .......... vlewftOder 1
to and (rom work .
*1 SO Lar550tocSS.r.
and aurroon dIn. territory Moat sun.hadn. tripod Ra>
OOOFT It" Wall
ran wo
L.k.I..d.M..lbor"-0 _J. Will par MUI bo clean but inns lood ear, Mmni smnn south i.Florida Owens stunaomp. .1J2 to wall carpet from II *l up 101 enelt, 515 Z&ua Sap 81005.a.bl. i
from leoo to II.ooo per
DuPont nylon II IS per aauareyard
FOR SALE elore
irorary equipment
peelS Peer .ppolntm.n, "'.22(0I .. IB CAIN
Seal) itaodard .
cm. In eioollent oondiuon fr..
73 Foods, Fruits, VIlI'Ybl1i oilS Saul apoelal cut to your Ion of new price Call Mulberry
sa Work Wonted dimeniioni includlni roundi and .11.1117 bOors 410 and Lake.
JELP SERVICE fruit itand Alaa 0..... Run odi'ni don In our and 8.11I\17 aft.r 7pmELUTRADB .
When You Need A TRACTOR WORK wanted Mow. hipped 0 emserer c day ....pl o.n place Pa irIs clearance lale I -USED CARS- t
use and dlKlni no.50001pm0st. Saturday. JoOl North Florida Outlni at lie per yard. black Three iteel fend
hiOs. chick b'_.'.. feedereMoioracoour I
Quick ....1... Call for free milatea 005loll.OftAcuc005.. Plaldi and while ot 29o prlnM FIrst at qu.llty 30c woven mill line now. Too-ll 1903 Gary Road Phone MU 8.3541
Fred I. Powera MO 1.0032
: ORAPKI'RUIT. Ploinddilip. Ure. tube ._1. Mew portablepholeury
ALTERINO ZIPPERS ropllcedreweavlni W. .hI. Downey Sri- silisivlnos to fit your cleaner Plant City ; ((1 Block Wi of Chrlm Limn MimoetolPowor .
budiet and worth\ ft redo out
lawlni all klnde Mnlou.tr .osOO Road.QUALITY a C. rUmlllon Fabrloi. New H 1100 I Hunt, Now Aykurnool.* H> kwyl
Norfolk :
hell Circle, 15411 mIss ollous troll Dado COOp Hllhway I 7,19 001..

I SERVICE WASHING PAINTINQ Interioreaeonabla Picked dalI. Special' o'd'. WeskIp. North of Internal 4. Repossessed and Trade-Ins
BUSINESS .terlo' .rk. I month 1550.5, Call 6.a-.Joe. Hliilni .....

,3.J6I6) Mr prlcea TurnmanWE MU. 1-4111, MU, durn M.'k.01 4 nllei dorm onHlihwiy ron luB3'oil Ion Drive MODEL PIn k .p.oom Sec pO,0(5r.1 .OB( ...5112... 3 Singers and 4 Whites I I

WOULD LIKE osnoomt.m lock Ha valklni foot, built-in Hint
.nd p..tln. Jtea000ibls. IIU 1. CLOTHE8LIM POST" ireatlyreduced 5 speed foot eontrol monoirame. I
217. TOMATOES I and 1 completely .U. Fully .....stood by dealer.
welded 41' trouftrm with *
USE THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE DO tractor .00k 41111108.mo.ln. .' Choice torntow . .. 90o Ib heels. I* 10 and II1 SO p.l.Hom. SslaeO 014 08 or II 08 poe

OFFERED DAILY I IN THE LEDGER ( ., landseorIn. Alas h... Bent baiket tomatoes 1 lb. BUs: delivery loo Phono '81- m.alll 55255505. MUtual "IIJ7.
lImo dl't. Raooon'bl.. 881.017 or I Ib 7oo .0 Ib 1100 5100. W.Uord Mssufaatuins.IXCHANOI ELEVEN ELEVEN

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS 88n-0I38. Riper tomatoet . 10 Iba. SI 00 OK combine lour
OCNCRA1. CARPENTeR work tradln etmpe. receive lift
Ilullilmns. repaIr. o..lIn. ..ddl.lion. IOUGH TOMATO HOUSE ooner Bee ad under peraonallotlrei

Accountant.Bookkeeplng I Furniture 011,10000... N. job 88a-8an.too .m.II-.o I..... loOO B Main it Crretal Lake Dr Blla..UTHRf'S EAGER TO GO EAST MAIN

INCOME TAX bonkkeeplnintlly RRIDI'a -. B.ol luroiturn pnirps. TRAINED CLAIMS adluitor de-
.. itetemenU, repents, Ad.dln.loa M.UIO'". ...'.lture. Phoni 81a. .Ire! PosItIon oe Inveetliator ordluilr 76 landscaping WHERE
Boo ..pln. nrmvIo.I Bill > Polk Cocint nmnocln.It. .
Room 20.1-2(4 Vanity Fair. ArHfl [ IN BUSINESS?
'. All n. B..II.nl b..llb and FRANK FOSTER C.B.C.
rod. ftHttO Lamp RepairsLAMPLBICPLACEMIONT5hSdcS b..h'ound. 8S6.1.6 HARDY SOD CO. ,

HealUiv Lawn OraaaoiDlik Car Buyln Counaetort
2 Auto Repairs tIhI WILL KEEP .ld..l poopl. 1ft DI' ni OcailoC Plenum
homo NU 2.010. See the "Business Oppor Helps loloct their
L.mp ...to .nd roP." Imp.rI.1 FREE ESTIMATES cor buyira now or
OPNBItATORS. STARTERS reiu 81ud108. 2101 Bouth Olton, A... eTUDES?. MALE. 41..1. p..t. IK N Ollmore MO I-IM tunities" ads In today'i stood ear or S prlc they can offoro!
hal eronai.0OIrOun d, radiator n... MU ..4"8 lime boo .."ln. PO.IUon. c.n '
repaired fo'..... dom..".. Mo 53.1.ICfll. Bartow b'I..a130 NOTHING' paper for the best buys. Don t pop to. much sid! f or the

ton tuned Bc.t equipped tOil Moving & Storage .... d.... INSTRUCTION wrong nor re boot s.. ui fmtw .".

shots In town 10 yean Likeland OOLORF.D: 01101. .ould lii. dies will count.! you *n WHAT ."4
( klrri. 2202 BoutS Florida Line! for beet movi wok Call NU 6.0311 84 Schools "AeatPkD0ttLAY. HOW t* buy .
enu.utiul itto't1r1vrp? ail
YerneJI WerehouuTranifcr
RICHARDS BPFFDOMKITR: ,., Inc Aient. MUMl ....11.1 .1 a ... reaeonai .bl..rI. FLORIDA LARGEST Sod mOO 1960 fORD Starlln.r EXAMPLES !
Bervlce Cnmpli'temrealmoacd ? No Job ton imall 8U.U19. modern beauty irhool. L.k.l.n'B'.U" lIKf
armOr. 110 inland Btrertenao.ita Coli.... IIS E. Pin. 01.Complotnl O.i.nlo 000 a... Hard.Ton.Sooob. 'e4 COMI, c..to. H.ndCnp C.u.. Rio.Onep .
Organs.Planos remodeled atr condl ... ..,. ............. .n.., .,.. ...... ._.n.. V 0. bopk.5
WILL KEEP children at m, home 14612 ::... : n..r;:' :: 50500 Dolesnnd bencd 000 J.n. aim .
BI!: s"uilB p uumese Ills. the mo t 12 a day for on.. III a week uonrd impll paiklrn I.. 13101. tube 5505 of'
Our your money by brinimi your )YAMAHA PlANOa lalei aervlcon ion t..o. Fenced ,.rd. ..ID... PECIAL THIS I motto. onl,. Cots- .

tutu 171S to North o.on.lre Florida Avenue Center. for. .. HI quality 688.37111 and. 1042 itibintrallable eoutttPltturi 8J.2M18. p1.10 Beautician Co...... 1110ooki a home of your own I Seetoday's $1345ROSS $2869$2

'.. The lateet In electronic F">r'n' A..nu. ......"" WILL DO baby ltIlOe la pour and tool Included Fey as.
toP. learn Contact Colonial aPlu.t Classified "Homesfor
home mi... Bout.b.ld. .U '0"
.. ipment Mu.rd In delcrmmmi or School Ill Bouth Florida A.o.nun. .
I heroic t trouble Vuloolnumo. Frames ..* : : 2-I JJSO Lakeland Phone MU 2.131 Sale" NOW for out. LAKELANDMOTORS
.015 e valuable OAR Omen filimpi. ; WILL KItEP .hlld..n I In mp lcaaoe INC.
but bent of all 0''esii'nriiu hen.pet. PlrlUltK: FHAMES Beiutlfulframei re' days Fenced In ,.,d. inns pla, 10610150 StEAL ....10 cl.1O sooT standing values."CLASSIFIID ,
snuran toed stork c.n flB3. and mouldlnl. Cuitoin and room RoI..a.. 888.3882. lomln. for .ro.II" ..100m.a 1500 W. M..I.I) II...
22' ''n, .n .,>po'n'm.n' tod.. rradr mide Ollnei Art Shop .nd bok.... ._. full laloronanba. Ph. MU I.Sln CHE 550LET Ontnslr "700' 4-Dma,
J.107 Orlfann ...reft, Mil 11204 phone Birt Rodiere Heal S.4.nrAn 500.50 53 000 mu ,
Auto Seat CoversLlNI'S : FINANCIAL t..".. IMMI271I DISPLAY Om.mO non., 5004. A Sub ?4 nt.our..

Plumbing Repairs i1, : 1

AUTO a.n C cvrO Com.pl.t. $1495
.ulOmoll.o iot.nlonu 'J8''P ft L PLUMBINO icmerirncr 62 Business Opportunities I
$t.t M.'n' Ph.no MU 2.&ID ron.I... DII 0. nllhl Wok IU.', ORTATIONISPECIALS
.n....... Ph 0 n eu .sets 0. I\CHOICE BUSINESS) and Income MORE
Building .2.1'7 properties Mel Rudy. LMLA, MAKE
traitor 1527 B Memorial Blvd

o B N I It AL CONs'rltUCTJON Plumbing Supplies >IU 8-4107

Room .dlllllon.. ..tel.r Custom docarnilosFranc isbincieIntense. K. H MORRIX Do.It Younelfmblni !EXCELLENT Bewlni BUSINESS knowledge opportunlty help-:: add Classified ads to '60 DODGE 6 cyl. 4.Door Sedan. $-TQC '51 COOVOIn 4-Do. Oudue. al,00n muM.

iiandmedr a .00'lin. .. and Electrical: Buppllei rul but not n.....ary. Ideal foioouple transmission f *
Rooflnl and Shine Fren raIl.OcnlOc ., Free information and delivery Roienblun. Realtor: your sales staff Dial MU Standard $995
.. Fair payment Call 696. mel rental pipe cut and thread. 662.6016. I
38&0. Fin, .r..m.n Local .oa.. ,?, 94 houn lervlce. 1861419 '60 STUDEBAKER Lark 2-Door HardtopI
Oracle. Llren.ed and hunddCAIOP6N'IlIt. nun..n <4 Ijkrlund MOTEL AND bait builneu: 8 cottnei -: 6-1151 for an ad writer
plus two bedroom houieplui : Standard transmission
: iL CK.ai ii"bM.i Printing 4 room homo plus bait abnoLocated $795

Sari FionI dsnooilu', 5c.Orroirn.PSI In Auburndale 2ooitaio today 6 cylinder . ,
: F.ro. tlrnstr. MU B.1860 Poll ALL yuur Lion.. uls on ...d.... A.... am;I -
III MU 2'0' Commercial 1',.... '. .1 V 100' on Eakir Bt known ai.
Carpeting In.. Letterhead. Ilthoirapblni. U onpas Court Income 1100 pet ; '53 COMET Custom 4-Dc,? Wino,. Rio.
.n..vln. month SIlos llvlni Quarter.. Fulprlci CLAasiPltDDtiPLA, 61 toe, .ur, Ontu.n.4.c. nod.. ..d houble.pow .
!_ ron, ,5Ourn. 5005 1,0150. 051.0bo.deunt.
CARPl.r ItXPPRT -- ull.Io..1! 117.100: 110 SOO down bal. o.ldodF0Mflthfl895TRIJCKS .
In.lall.tI.n MnIh.r', FurnIture Radiator Service anci arranaed inn R C. Lell 01 i
phon. ".2.81'11 1 ... Enke Dirk Realty loll i $2295
ANY TYPE radiator ii rvlce Loot Mold. phono MU '.1131 1960 Chev. Bel Airp.r.nr.hn.rt'c.i
Concrete Icsnins.rrrsrIorrbuIldlnue I nihti Auburndalo wo 7-4J.a. I or'.
Podd it' Sadists Service. MURADIATOR *...
8-81&1 I

tar LICKNbtD CONC-HE1E floors ild contracDrlvewayi >wilkttreeti >:, LfAKUr Rrcorlnl, ... LOOK UP : $1095

".p. curbs Pino., silthridsnb d llldlni Bee Gentler, 9309 Bouth Only
K. H Morrli, B6.1416ilund I. Florida 10 yeiri In Lakeland CHEVROLET
p n000na i. MoM Rambler. Fordl. today's Cars For Sale ads 'It $595 .53 P000TICnoens..il.Nardts,. TN',

('h..to''." 813 fI'3.4M' In this section and be : ROSS LAKELAND '/a tan . . . d

Fences ,. Swimming Pools amazed by the excellent I MOTORS, INC. 58 CMC $2495O5

00111111. 110./001:1. I.'aiii aoay, itt.Lo.wrst values. Don't delay. 1500 W. Memorial' .lvo. $595
..1.... no donut pamrni, POOLS CLEAN E D repaired, I '/ toil . . . .
SuScaO IncA W. won'l b. .under In ted. ehemlcali. luppllea, Ph. MU Z.SIU

.old.1'1 1.'I.nd Pr... ..tlm.t.Indu.lrr.. 1010 2: .MIJ Ipmenl f.&15> WH 702 Can Main. \ CLAsSIFIED DISPLAY -I i '57 DODGE V.8, 175" wheel $ CQC

-, base cob and chassis V7w
Upholstering .
Income Tax l _
OLDSlOueLe 'Sa" mow Sods..
JUKTT: UPHOLSTERINO IIn.lco. till ALL TO P.ots'r our. 5)0 tIcs noosm. Turoom..
INCOME TAX Slip coven and d'...... rea.Free OVER 30 IN 1,01. hlt. one. i bruni soT P.r.aOoa.
oon.bl. eitlmiWi. pick ..a 41,00. PotIpi
$3 and up and dntleeme. Phoaio 88S..8.0. 006Hl.iililtrtSOOhResd CHOOSE FROM $2195'so

II & R Block Co.

Weekday ( A N. to I PM. Venetlon Blinds
from A.M. 9 P.M.
Sit Bun 9t05 VERTICALS AND horlKinlllllufKctured OLDS Open to

106 West Walnut St. IMpaired cleaned
Phone 686-1958 .. nlihed AIM automobile vrne Phone MU 3.4591 Used Cars
lI.n blInds. Ain.LItn. MU 1.2717.
I 4.Door Factory Air CHfVKOlIT Imoala CunnrtubO..S
Call for R. C. Wheeler-C.: Christensen evl n4ee Poworol oe ead o heotoeII
000 mlln. 5.4 neON wH,to too one
$2195 Red Powell-Wayna Parker eod and wh,to uoholeMev

IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED Bank Financing Courteous Salesmen $1595

lick McDonald Frank Fester
.._ -

_ In this? pfoflliAlt buiin,is ffaisi/tcation PENDARVIS FRANK FOSTER''


310 N.. Florida Ave.olt ,,'s No Baffle lo Jradt With,

ASK fOR CLASSIFIED Lokslsnd 1111 East Main Phono MU 3-1235



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101: FurnlUre Appllancti; 104 C's, Oil, r..1 l H Hi OH9 I HEARD TH1 DOCTOR. 0IPIRTIMCr RENTALS REAL ESTATE

r e HeIM44oI I 'muet"BOuT'MkMoR'r HO REAOOHcul
I IVYIR TRANIPBRIUCD: : Ut. a*.: PROPIINI ass lor eaounc, Heal- 'too Doonr sr Ma THUM W140 gpEtVlc go, i CORWff TTHEM MOST 0' IHAT CMnLGT

er WntliMhouie pirmenie. rani on ,*. refrlier.t"Md : :, toe kOhl, bD'.. ..'". tr"tl" l IDdU". =, P1.0145 WITh THEY RECO24Z FOR AND' WHO 1F( ,MUST WHAT I KNOW (6NTMeMORTTHeVCflLUO 5MI5IP4I2SQuIRiO.'l 139 Unfurnished House 141: Mobil. Nome L.tsBIIAUTJI"Uo
r v e
Weeher. Never b... Mid. Si I Portal oae CoIl Nervlre ftRB.3BIII.. I.. 1m. = UMO.5 oiUtoTa HARMES3 ROMEMeOR? i I utitri cotoe TWO BKDHOOM oon...... blots 5 : .

"HTM..." Perm. needed. AU > tat r Auburnd.i. rluh..,. 132J Mew: HOW KUMI 01.0 PH,09T1iT4 ITOSURT 3FLE3C II 1)1) COt-cd with. ... .oil ........'..0'. ln<5 for tralilt an LAROK Lok. 55.5cr Ihldr. ..lot..
pr month c.il MU Somrtlj .+ ai i i'irt ,ct I OR MAYBER1m1HCr? HALtwg month, Ml north Vermont Phoni.I tto Task, witor .Dd .IM" ....
an "o'
1X>WM 10S ,
parment ha. ben # GOIM 4r11L11 6.3..931
""I .. .ew Hot Point Iron- 1 THREE BKDROOM two bath:
Poor enter
refrigerator. DS'.I wa PAT Cask. lane ,ord. Near Wataon Clinic. 1I'ln. en rnur .... lot ..
d.trDs' ...1.. Tall. .. dl.mondt sold Lok. I* Lo.
'.r D'" 00155 *]0 10.1 ViirnclaIM04BII
old Sold, Platinum wood Tr.iler E tate..
'D" 01 'Y IJ L allver Two
...V01'1.. mODWI. Pnisn I Nn\Oo ,'. Jeweirr. 1M ....u. ,,?,.: block Ewl: of L.ke Parker on
.Id.. HREB BRDROOM houie Dlflf.: Jun.l..tort larie Ion. paveditreet
oN'& HAVII n .1.... .nd ......n. i land lit block: from POlL or lire. 'In,1I'd undiiro und
dlUoll... ....d .....I..lon CAd.mt.aI. .: 107 Plumbing SvppllipMontgomery lOll Soul Tennessee MU 8-4174 utlIlUro. PDlIoy .". K. Itd".d
ernal.,. W..Un.ho.... O. Hollows.. Jr lUaiwr. 1114. JJI
.Iald.lro','. .... s.11 ii onl), ;; 1'W 1ii ii i i i .. i. or 811."". "
LZ .oh. IIn.l. KI....,.. CO.. ..U; Ward yt.hborhood" II 40555 4 bIds'.csto
'.'1'1. 0.... .4 W..kd. 1005144,4 .... e-ooe
.Dd I
04 .ntudop. GET A GAS HOT WATER 556.3593. 144 Acrsogo, Lets For Sal

VACUUM CLEANERS rebuilt reconditioned .: HEATER FROM WARDS 3 BEDROOM CB It, bilb.ballli ..
) ) new. Repalee) part.,, Have Hot Water When srsns.so 4 soon. Verselesn LAKKLAND HIOHLANDS R"hl'
ora..lt.ld) E1ectrl. k,. .oId01ltl. Stomeslleu
1131 Cl.v.nod) I on trIeio.
Hel.hu. Bl.d MU 0.9207.pvRNrroRI You Need Itl!! AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS I* RENTALS b.modern.... 1100 month sor:5551 I I.no. Cltr wal.r Call Roienblui.
14 Br. In.tiJ1.UMi : FRAMII. 4 bedroom. I lor. 6M-001 _

117 N. Kentucky 116 Automobiles For Sole 116 AvtomiblUs For Sale 121 Mobile Homes 129 furtiUhsJ bill. louWl off ....on.. $71:I FIVE ACHE Irs). (>t down. 525meoth
tlrlnt room furniture Inrludlni) MU I 136: Poems With Board Mr) Heap R'.llor. 162Irmorlal
2-5103 a Bl.d. MU
Mid) Victorian) t-4107
boo ono).
nor.dontO ion CHIVY n sir rondltlonntf SACRIFICE 'e1 Thund.rblrd Rmove.nl. ..- rURNlRHED BPARTAM SfSlIrr UPPER TWO bedroom. HOWARD GILLETTE:
end '
metohlna) chair) a .eiee .uCom.uo tr.n.mlulon WIDOW WAmrlMl.t room sod m..lnIS 0lR90H 050K. AlirooU' Ink.:
ridiopr .
h.rillop c.b.n. Ooo4 bur J.mn
with 5145
room klUhrn bath cl'dor .
lid* chair. I mahotan* atop, 108 Pianos I Musical (nil. ., ,,.. 1I0I"r.1 home Phons MU 1 Roollor LMLA vIew 10... Lo... wooded .11&1 wIth
....... listed .1. (1400. C.IIB88..I3. 6001001.. 1403 Carlora PrU. laTr.d..lnd. WillIS LaSs Door Tr.llfr Psrk. H.ar_ atorea. bu. Adulu Osa. Phont MU
I S-417
ooflM table. | irre ta Povolopment.1U6I WIn.' Hi..,. J-IMO or Mt l-643e. ne-Se. sod wsI.rr. Is. Oood termS.
ble) Bedroom oil inrludlni) blond ONI ANTlQUII UD.I.hl. Jlar..ID) IACHELOR APASTUIN: CI..D,I M0060IN THus bed'oo", hnm.,I NBC Land Comp.n.. 003.0055.
Snob) dreuer and mirror I LoDDnll in.. 10&7 "ERCURY "on I...,. All MERCURY: lour door Solo.-, ennUi) loeatlifurnluhe all utllltlee OIId 118 ,., :
.00 Unfurnished e-srport aI Led. ii
PhOD. :
5.ulb D iiO.l-;:
Apart :
tl0sldi *. I CHOICE
drawer ) 00"?. Loadl'd wIlls ....... 540' 00500. lull .oulpment, 3.55 iSO's
Arior MO i-am power FskoOs. FOR SALE I '*. trios.. parkliBOUth H5o'Or.. 188-6aal or 18a..ua
.b".u"e.b.: ; at.Dd'l MU 11.11879.WII n ..,18'010. 1133 West Mar 141 2-1002 140'I dlrrtlr b.hlnd loss CI....
.. 00,). .Ir.... 4SUO Mark raobll. horn. AIM LINCOLN eo U I' T Apartmrati 550 WICAT iii.-&o, clMnI ,'I.nd> HrllhU Bird Call MU SOfUl .
HEAR FIHAHCa. You .dl&) IIood. lIlt,. ton .lr eondlUonw, Ows.rIfaoSteroed 001 B100ROOM, liotos room, din.ins Lakeland, flnert for rolored people '.'0 brdrnoms. Nn. 1300,. 555.I MU I 3070
Low .. 1111 doss. auoshitsUpyd HMD CHEVROLET: 0 .pllnd.r.nUImS5ls room, hUchen. halt. Ads)). 1 ,
3 COMPLETE rooms THE NEW LOWREY Co-S, 8Rn-0.B. M Michli.nWILL Nell) Lincoln aud Wail 7th 8109. ocaines. ond 5 loss,.. In. LAND BOY-1010 sires nsnI.
good wan.mii.ioa wilt CISrS 5100
Ap.rUnrnU 14NIC .U ..It&. lulrsne 51 door. 02' WII' .....,
lro.Pd ,.
Din. hod Sno .
furniture including t o v e WITH AUTOMATIC 19.3 FALCON 4 o. 2)000.) 1&0o..b. i 3,51.0. Tako "D paxm.nl.in .. WOW) SACRIFICEFOR lu.. .... n.II.. 134usrrsesOIl505flrhIrneo4sndrrots Dor
-0 TRA CONTROL Call 005.1504 olean ConvenlM
and refrigerator, $289. Pay. TOO PLAIT a ,....... noted! HOblo.. lak. u. Dsm.sto. JImmy QUICK SALE DUPLEX: noire .,.. ..1.0.uio .....lion. Ideal' lor retired periooupl. H R KR: BKDHOOM CB .Imoit tine-rd. COrral and 10.410.
41. Donald
ments "")"ft *S"r ""* """' ODd .u.... lIre-el. Contact Buc-D-K Mobil. P.rk klloti.n water lu.nlobOd 0' .. Verr reannablt Phoi n.... aol Oconr ctrMI Son C.ll rOot,.. .91 pe, '0'.. 10 ...ro.onl. .
only $13 per month laurallr pour one-note oplodo SHOWROOM CONDITION 103C000rnish. 1962AUSTIN rOw T.mp. Hiihwtr, Lattland 1033 Eait CumbrrlaadCLOHB StemS 081..9Ia. MU 0.3e51.TWO 1500.. 11500 dow.. 300 s....
........ S full| chord-HIM blob bordlo. Will 6110.108. 00 bond 0' .11I.. only .ftO.OOCl
POLK TRADING MART lea Irons Ui. "" P10.1 110'.1 mo.) .0.PI 5r54. 111 Crt..... SOrrel HEALY DOWNTOWH, BRAND NEW nar .011... 550KOOM bo". lor dril 3110O aero, four mlln from Cr
rooms chooli. Thl. .. (Os nlrmt twobodroom 1940 Loom Btr.. MU 2-55)1 .. .
New Auburndale Highway Iltll lilAI' PLAY MV .3IH.. IIIIUH. 0514 .. ports oard'n. U hlahw.roni.if .
THE MANY besotUul .1.1. sow 3000 MK II Permanent. b.Ib. )000seek SosrIwent In Lak.l.nd TWO BEDROOM frnm.- horn. snip I7o0 ..., .... B*.
MU 32044 19.1 VOLVO tour spool Irsmioslos ,..- sonsois. Adulta. Oil floor,. air conditioned. taulll .
OD dIotoSrI' 223 South New York. !h.rdwooo 11.005, 2122 inst P.ioh.UI' ; R C. L.I. or R. L ClardnHEIOHTB ...
Owl''n o.nU'.lon. USd10.beslor Radio h.... .Ra.lOae I flrsoSsan d oven elecvrlrkitchen DI.k' R.on. ..
'. low 00)0,5... A.l ONCE AGAIN RtrrK. Ton"" WriI.lS 2011 tauS .1..
BAROAIH CANNON MUSIC CO. 1.001I.n.: .005dl105) 5$.). HHKK ROOM apartment. elertreat You II find non. so'Ste. PIll),. MU ....33.
055 bedroom PRICE. BIX) plec. lOUd 301 norld *.. 6 J.(145 3504. 1811 soUth l.ioooin oondlllon) ) Prlot 13 000 Call 611OOM loo monut Water fur.i.hed ', .. ChubS Mrdrr. phon. MIl) LOVELY born... a.1 brdroonucondlllonln ; ; :, '"
bed wIth .ul.! mcludln. twin 000 D Prid.r) Evenlni. 1 11 BUICK Conturr h.rdtop. full alter S *.n. .5 ctt.r L.k.l.nd. rinutt *.l.e. (10 tout Mainolla. Phon J-4I2. .Ir .. ..-.U.nl) n'"b.bobood. DUNCAN Lakelan
enoellenl ...
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I P SOd .boo .prlnn Cull MU t-3070 BEAUTIFUL SPINET poww. ....U.n. condition 5805 Uon 01 UM! mobll. h."'... Im MU ....... TWO BKDROOM duple in DIn. ).. ., 171'(1M: curt RniirBOUTHBIDH '001.1115045.,ldrS. bishOp OIboSe-r.1 raiid.nual. herd 0054two II..

Poll BALE ,.__ 37t.. Coneole.. u&s: DI.I; or tridt for older cw MU 1.uuo '83 OKSOTO four door. V-S pedal Mobll. Horn Calet 130 iWo bedroom dupl.k. Purniahed land Newlj rodnroraled I7. a 888..071. too 8BR.U29
Oft. 30 .1... J3SI upruhu. (179 :, or MU 0.1500 Pow.iMrlni. radio. heater. SrW W.bwh nl.hl'd orsiocer store. re. month Lrahr. twnrr. MU S.4.141 a homo. .. brd.000m. .
Norm Avmua rlVI
rente Ilk. Sow. Take ., ..hit. wall tlrei. rlean ( .. MU 57504I.AKE .. AdS "'.b .nd dIp two
p.rmenu See credit Brovni, IU4 south n.rlde. 1M> DODO. two door birdIe, 611 1470 "lrrilor W. 'u.DIII'd. I7.. i. Ion b." .. ernlrinl I .It
manaier w bedroom. md.rs hou., hard
T .Oruit. orovo P rkBLHCTR1C toED: UPRIOHT 5)500.) 8ar..ID V.I. stirS .Mtt. KUft Call MU RRAU BAROAIN 61 Cadlllatrondiuonrd sir 10 P""I4. Adlll.. 6R.-oI". MORTON area near Kwlk '. (in. nri.hborhoodi Clsrk 0054 pond Irrlostlr .n..d.
n S Mob)5 horn. P&tk MV ."I a.1511 slew s p mIt sowIrst.orhs.. ONE BEDROOM nsII-to.nl'tarnetlni Chek Electric rente. ..,tI..... RenIle6044031.. I I.nd"red. ...rlDl. PI.Dt Cltp.
eTOVE. $2' A mo- ;. 1 b'aII... autona. radio Poll BALI tor. Duo-therm .
motto ... LINCOLN V.., Sloe. ill pow. healer newlr) derorated air ron.dIIIonr heater ecreenedporch CLEAN TWO _.oom raIls.. It!-27M
wanner ( Bolb toodehapa .. .
.1. I IJtO UV I 1401. MU on. block W.ih tub.
ISO Phon on Ch"IDU'
from Road Phoos
Oil MU I-4205CLASSIFIED USED UPRlOHT p1.51 Good .or .nd alp conditioned. (788Bi 2.3074 II' Two bftdroom hou.rtrall r RS5 Out: UklnilonTHRER nolless. 80-0111 I'''. 0. suN ACRM. lb... bedroom.. II I.
.0.dIUO". .... anr a-alSO. "' ,moulla four door 8. (41 P" month (400 down bal bat b. modern comlorunio b.m.
....I.h' stick. tlvo MU 1-0070 roll BALE: br owner. beeutllu .n.. "'00. It acr*.. (200 down ROOM earaee ...rc", .... It DUPLEX Ih'.. coons sod ..ah ricotrli kKehin. I4ndeIe
DISPLAY' 109 Rod!. TetiviplonTV'5i7'.li' 055 A000ur. EnthIsen lino two door hardtop Imperialilelelr 121 per month balanr (1BOO NPI' Kwlk-Chek. Lake Mortoi b.lh Modrra. 140 month toss 140 Wonlsd To Rent Mlic. imcdi.M oceunancr JOo downn(4 .
$3 MERCURY' Monissr.p, like loaded mitt all ... OR land and trailer (500 tak .39 Boulh TMineueo MT 0. 4CLOBE .. II... Lemon Strict ToI..hon., month For mon Inform.
... 1055 Includlna air Eirellrnt: ..on.dllion. on's p..m.nta {Wrrlllclnt bs.OSuS. 60244200MOOCH's WANTED: UNPURNIKHED lion rail Jerri ..ord I.. CV 4-121
"em- Air .0ndIUon.. Powm. IN tower front cl .n
1 Prom ut U> (U. Le.vmi for .."1" II... 01 IIIn.... ThIS pprrtrI .rcmohl homo for ,. 0' Dan winwr.. CV :J-14JJ Win
atH On. combination Trade dlo briM. .11 whIM T.k. Ir.a.. MU ... for .coup), al ISO per monlh. CD deSIre, 1.0 bPd. n. nd dn.H. .
tor suns 3 2446VUPER must be sr Lo..11 AdSms. 110' .., er Havrnboth .
Private. owner. .8..3411a 8.8.2101.n 131. ESIsO Pi.E. AIM 00rPraea. 540 rooms. Oh. pird. lOll Coat N. Winter H.v.n C.ll 680.
>> Olditwa .. Call MU .1101 Don.ld. K3.3374DKLUXI 0273. LSSrInnd -
dour. 9 TWO LOTS 505130': .00k WIll
RAMBLER Wsiofl Oood run.dlllI .2. du'b.:::: :
tone .. n' ALL m.lal Ir.Uor wIth kilt .II for s500 0' o. tlm.. 52500br
Sr .
111 Sporting Cud loud 310. J'boso .... TWO BEDROOMS lIe),. rilfehen 00"'. : TWO bedroom .lib ron.eral
.ulom.llo. autronlc 'K.DI ''1. C'II 8U.I.... .8.aoo..
"U1140. luned up brake rellnedieat ..... b.th a.. .1... electrlrtt hPl' Sod sir ..0ndIUonl..
US DIVER: twin .nk oaua luniconiUnt 19 RAMBLER Amorlrsn Iwo door "'''.. looks run. lik. newee II'I ROYAL houi Iraim Own" urnlnhed. 730 South Mlululpp .built.. .in oven and rani.. rolrli. LIKE TO SELLA CHOICJI: .0..0. lot In site1417
Bnt oIl... Morn MV 54101.ATI'IOACTIVELY. W.lklnt dIsIneeIs torn PI.... Liiduosped
reerrve. Beat r..l> olfn H.. are. .nod ron,),. I'ODdl. 10 .ppreclale. 66J-WW7 lurfd atot 12 000.
,over (100 AIM tin.) and >rb>. ion) (4.8. Plo,. MU 0-11.0. i atrrrt m. or I p m DECORATED: .whool. and .hopplni. The flnMlparlmtnt CsII MU 0-3134
USED TRUCKS I.... pnone B2-toio 117 Automobiles Wonted ,.illable ..."" 1. Central heatrondlllonlnc month. 123 I In W.Likrland.. Carol.lloo Ptrort per BICYCLE?
Wanted .
122 Mobil. Homss Near Laki Call B H Hake, MU <.>66>
AND TRACTORS 112 Wanna Miicollanooui I I'ANTEU' ) CLEAN: rar ... So '11 llninworta and outhiatoCLOHE MU 5.3575lKLUXE or 5 ACRES
Competition lodel). Call MU ".'..B'. WANTED TRAILER under SI 000. 605-a ill. HOUTHBIDE Mow's the time! And MU

'SO .HY..HIITIOHIIL V. 009 CASH YOU ,our tinuied stoma PAY CAsH for pie-Sup Irl..k ..rtsr phone' Tampa. 8>*Hit Write.. II*. 1.4 i room sl'trtoeentt.ullillIoS Olreit on. bedroom apartmentTha apartment 6.1151 is the number to $05. Isbelard. I..d .....do.d
0260 Ea.t
w,th dl..*,... .tr.ghl "U 3.3277YOUR Killers!! ..nd'r '.7 model, .1.... c.1IIIIV :Jim oann. BroadwaiWILL In-ludod. 540-505. some All room. lara.. 0.. floor. Pole545015. 29'1 doon
.,r. ,lou,poodon ....".nl I 3.21.. T.mp. wo.kly. CIsrI Ro.t, 0. '103I.OARAOI Iota of Motet .par*. Clean 115 call for a Classified ad- bsisoe540 p.r 100nib Cal) Jim
*"t on .J4" TRADB Multir) In modnri APARMFNT: 7w. bsd.rooms. : DrIes br 113 Leno and Phon. writer. P ossm llh T. R Tuckei J.
'M CHtVHOLir Meho 1Cpekup '60 Triumph TR.3, roadster Pr.WII. PAY pbS 510 ae Ii Tonkll', for Junk I'OD cars Sled '...III..d. bo", In Lak.land foelab o.ar se-ho.) oslo, for.OSCeSIS MU .-.n. or MU II.Hud* Ro.llor IIB8.'I.
with i model mobile bom.. 41' or005f. nl.bPd. Child.. led. 505 '
.ncl.xdodx M'C
MrIal. Ino. THREE h-l:
A-S $ Es. one-owner never 052.3101CASH MU 1.1001. 68..'''''. b. modern
coil.> lt faCM.A IN S fIsed. rste.r 01.100 IOM to ohuerhe.. .lore. achool.He. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED. DIsPLAY
R raced like new. $1095 PRIVATE GARAGE to .
kuy at .Slots fAMilY'SSC ? Bill 8a 0'H..ard.oldo'. C'II 11..809, Wild 124 Trucks, Trailers Ito)nlroos550d.r lnnrd npsrIo000 pored.. CharI. appreciate all Bait I

INTERNATIONAL OilTroctor ""m 61 Nomad double. Bodoom. b"b, kl..h.D.. dinIsis
P.un. v rIdMl oxxl. wagon WANTED: OLD lank rarl 0' S.. 19 0 PoHDV : tr.lok.Pro it .,es. tlB8.aOI. 129 Unfurnished Houses I
ftb. mill power, radio heater. crooks. I.. o..h. Pom.1 "I.kup. 2uBl P55w 1'.nlP. Hi.kws. .. ...rk'. i'iiRii ROOM .t Transportation SpecialsMany
tar. ap.rtmenw.lHne
0' Call Blark) 6I.1-S90I Tr.dlni Pout
[ RIIY I air-condition baby doll dlalanre to town nod LHO PARTLY furnliihed S and
hand rot*'t'llor $1695 OCR BALli' 1949 MI."olo' PIe-k. Clot Cenu-r U>. of ..uioir.ilw. I bedroom Mel Slide Realtor ,
Hrlk. .5 H 120 Farm Implements liD Sloe-S. Rum (ood 112ft Pbon her. B.br aerepted no pet.9I 11121 i I... Memorial Bird 115 Good Cars of Older Vintage
MU 6,4IHM! But Walnut Street) 10TNrURNIHHEO.

Nosy meref 59 Chevrolet 4 door V-8.1 o FAR MAL" lose-torinds.. 19 lIMO "It Ion .I.k U9. a foot 20 BLOCKS f-' .olt.... I.... DUPLEX S bed'I With Lots of Miles Left.

cneete frem Is assured in a home of auto transmission, radio rolso. mo...,. laos),. Cil's bode. c.n MU a.291. leg room. kitchenbath. dIn). ,,om.. 01'00'1, 5 blo.k. IOhool'.1 I
heater clean and Am"l.o. .... ,.. 3JOe "ulbI'lotld. ar". your own. For outstanding 6.0112' 0' MU 5.1754 ,5.-4011 D' BRi-lloaO I
QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL right. ............. $795 125 BumCHUHCH wo' BKDHOOM8 kitchen din.ni .
home buys see today' 121 Mobile Homss irs. holes and utintr room I

"Homes For Sale"listings '60 Rambler wagon, stick, condition BUll IftU5 f r.ih OrSa!.Phono. Elr.llrl CHS YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT :31sodr hone til.. .724J or ..0...... eaJ

TRUCK & TRACTOR radio heater, extra 1977 or 8R8-1I" brlorf 550000

2135 Dodo City H.,. special ......... $795, MONTEREY DELMAR MODERN.a hlni niarhlne THOu .aonneetlo dr. m ...' Ross Lakeland Motors, Inc.

Phono MU 2.4117 MIRAMAR MARK RENTALS ,.ood gulet n.lihborhood. 'Itru.It. .
fPoemeely '59 Pontiac 4 door auto. VAGABOND I ..,. ...d'D. but. 170. Pho. 1500 W. Memorial Blvd. Ph. MU 25183:

P'.I.u.Q.IIIort'J CLASSIFIED 01.1."'" transmission radio I MOBIL MOMS INSURANCE 1 121 BusIness Places For Rent' need not be expensive. ;MU ruyin-0162.SODROOM.

heater, good solid car. Check the Classified section I 007 NOrth Mauoscbosttu.wIth eirpnvl 570mooUt. 1

$795 DEE'S POR BALI oocaltd 1'_. Two .oil for good buys In used 1 coot Brown MU I.11121VE .
builnei. btillitlnii on "
Fool Main' StoreS. Call $M. 344It TV and Stereo sets r IV5 ROOMS. ill .110'''''.. lI.nn
MOBILE HOMES .nd letris.cilo. furledrd
57 Ford 2 door hardtop (50.4S.
.lIoa on Per Ro.d, SOS
V-8 auto. transmission 641 N Wabua MU -91011 R FLORIDA AVI-I2R BQFt. nonUt. '.,m.D.n' ...n.n.. 1111.W& '

looks good runs good. of Ilk. new air oondillonl'd 130 Furnl.htd Houses I 62
$295 TRAILER SALES rcnl.li. Insur..nr. .pare In Ideal be-il..I. to ROOM hus.. W...., lun.1]
.. .Ior... part. aupplle.ired )) .. ID. Poll natrrilie000. from NICK THHltr bedroom horn.. ,toed flood location Near Cornea .
UXUI'OUI WATllrlOHT APT$, .bended local and natloan.porttr. New Polk Federal build In.. PerM ,send n.ithborhood. in. b.Ui I,hoot on Minrola Drive.
I J 5.dssm I. I Y.. J SOd'sEXCLUIIVI '57 PLYMOUTH V 8, 2 door, J...... 4710 t 55wT.eers .t for I.wren. Mt. Owner wIll reiMinablo. AIM two comfort.bl MU 2.3407.Illors CHEVY II
auto trans., good tires. Huhw.r. MU I-to.14. partlllon H..W..* llockard to lull .rmiilr.menu Phone.- ,
'UTVIDCOMPLm drives perfect. ... $295 LIT I'Ll BEAVER: I....I lrsllrs. ,U86.31]}. niRNIBHED: : T.o lar>. I, front porch Two or Uirtihlldren
laclUTION !=INTlI U' la IT, toitello IrS..) Tt.ller. room and bll h-eo."" MU ItOS18 (' iccepted. w.ier fur-
.. Havandalt Bled. Winter Hien .,- He. lit Cant Olrand.FUKN18HKD :"Uhed Knliht Elation Road. 5 To Choose From
,, CON.JIC/oI'N.IU" Many others $99. upI 593.5051OWSIOR '"t... ."Well. MU t.2MI7.
I .... sOd TItIo POdsy T. loosy *55000044pool. TRANOPYRRED: mu.t''129 FurnIshed ApprtmtntsHREB COTTAOK Uirep

$9,910 AHD $45 PIE MO.Mtod year warranty on all cartTONY'S 000) .1' a 10' 11>..1), loestod lot. ,room. b.lh rirport adultt N. 1295
I ... 51 Poo SIr..I (50,405 5 N.btl. ROOMS and .bath. furn I..1.. Poa Holly
A... -.or ,_ b. MAnSII d Pin. 595-1105.
eom Odor ... 5..M I. AM4 PI ..... I lobed Two upper. ant low.r i MODERN DUPLIIX.: ho bod. '
$55 MU 8 31 (lPURNI8HFD
I AUTO SALES 10 05' TRAILER with carport 504 I ,room. lu.hl'd. 0' OntornlihedoloStrI
IBOO W. un .llIla 05. Plorids room .stilt, room. 1020M.rlol. i : OR .unlu.I.hrd p.1i i blIhre Aloe omsll. .1..n THIRSTY I'
V.. N. 55. M.l.S 0144191.' 025os Street. Welt II 100 ,.It bath eM nW'. 11700. to I hou traller. I9t Wuhlnt ileiei .".. PENDARVIS
... MEMBER FIADA ... ..... .
Okms S.Aa Poll .ALI 0' Ind.. luU VSISou I i10511W 8100 monthly) N. > Apart-I R.iT. IJ 3J40 o9IJ '
-II. 'ITS THE DIFFERENCETHAT 81'. sIt Iunl.bod 1J2a I menti. MU t.444SOARAOK .BDOI.

5515 0M t.00m Ssbo COUNTS" Lake..lrw street. Phono IIRS-lltillB j APARTMENT. ne.t and i UNPURN1HHRU: OH furnIshed.
....a'" labs PACEMAKRK, ont bedroom ,,lean Convenient fiouth.ld.) loca- I'h,.. bedroom. hoiiM. Call IIB.- for some mouthwateringfurniture CHEVROLET CO.
226 NORTH FLORIDAMU fat ulrk >.!.. 11500 (Mh. 24J6We I lion Near Dinleland iood ntllhborhood I 61189COTTAOB. buys? There are
668G9O oiiva. I Ii Call MU 3"J 11M01EI. i .. I 310 He. Florida Avs.lakslend
*2055s, 0915.4 W.544m.5 Cssd.msssss *..osomassDoos500mo t -- TWO roo" b.lh bucketfuls I of bargains In .
h0 Ito. Z. Mo.o s.d A..mtoHs, '&0'. TWO Ioodoom. AI lot i I : APARTMENTS on. .nd I.... ..,d. .h.do Irma. .ard.n,
:110. 'nd ......u.. Hulidse- MOo I wo ,room. linen. ut 111 lei fur. r 1.5.105. 545)1. 110 lOull.l. MU Classified! Turn back to
CLAIIIPIIIO DISPLAYTOMLINSON'S I kilo 5100,00 Po... R' Pt, I's Inil. .lulled Dill. Motel 4800 N.wimp. Ir. .1.970. "Household Goods" now!
.. W... Lo..I.nd CIte- LImIts 1 IOIahwiP.iriE91iviiy.

FOR SALE 1B64 mobll. home: I" PDRNIHHED 1nd 11 131 For Rest, Miscellaneous I
MHO' PoleS ''.....bl.. 14,. 64Bonle I bodroom ap.rtmenu Lo
do.)., Laka Bonn Mo 0. od1.409 South Florida. Phone 3OMMIHCIAL, .
bin Park ,MU 1897UK8IRABLE. I or unlurnlnhed RmipCNTIALurnlnhed : : CI..S"'IEO DISPLAY"_
9OINO OVERBEAR: Mu.t lI.fI. i i'I' HOUUIHIDH apartminl M.l Rudr Realtor lOll 11:
1061 P'._.'.'. 10 .10 for m'n onl> nnwlr Her. norial Bird cut.4107 'D I
1200. Ia.. lIP p.imenu Call MU .,ostrdCI054 to .tort., bin. MO ronlal.l.

2.M3J. j."1.1300.CLAb5IFIIO. 1!:33 Mobile Homes I
l CLSslFssD O..I..V. OIS".V I

tl.IAN MODS UN lurnl.hed' hotrailer ";;; ESTON WilliSAUTO
,. ..II..... hood 1I00n.
condition. utllltlat furnIshed I
B li. Sll 50.tit to weeklr. 113

01-1 I BKDHOOM: ....11... lull bath I SALES
LOT I nuiot niuhborhood' llthu Sod
water rurnlMiod KOI NorUt

Ida\ IIR8-IOII Plo"j '.ll'1u rc Automobile Hiii/fitf/ Is A Pleasure"

'63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full $CQC 134 Mobile Home Lot.LAK'
factory air conditioned E. AND EDD LOVERING
100NN1' !'our B .. Mobil.H.m. .
Po.. N... lar.... 10'. 'D 1103 EAST MAIN ST.
'62 CADILLAC Flaetwood. Full power, $>1OQC LSUSISS] HUH and dr.. "unl. 686-3694
"f-fcy/ VOLKSWAGENSOnly ( ptl ...etrlo, Wai*.? And .*...,.1 I
factory air; conditioned . . mrt.r .... bui linn. Block Co. '64 FORD ,...lIock Coupt. Automatictrtntmitiion '60 DODGE 4-Door. Air conditioning,
or* Orovt Pfcrlr Hhopplnc Ctn.lor.
Oood 1.1. P105155 SOd boil-I, .radio ktartr powor power .....In., automatic tram-
'62 CADILLAC Pork A,.. Sedan DeVille. Full power. Slightly Used Inc 8m.11 ...... Jmo Norm C.... llt.rlng, tlnr.d oloit, SOQQ Cwhitt minion, $

factory air $3795 Iii Ijio D'.... MU S.747J. I wall tirai A77J radio and htaror inQ

conditioned . . . . DIXIE* UOBlLB HUhm.r Park La,.,.4B50l.rnp dry Iota.1 New I '61 DODGED:,. "770" Automatictranimiinon '
SEDAN $1695 2 Door. This
1963 VW Uunlnpal m tIers. ........ toLARdIS ).. radio and h.ofer. 59 CHIVROLIT BolAir -
'62 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Door Sedan. '.' phon.. Oil.3 T3_I 0.. t.n.r $1795 ono you most ita. 6 cylinder, auto.

$2695 1963 vw'SEDAN" $1645 LOTS, .m.1I oa,.. Cast: low miltoga molil tronimlnion, andheorer 995
Full power, factory air conditioned 01 L.k.l.nd. aOal MUtes IIlr..1 Ona owner
(We Hove Two of These> 0000. Mil ,......... I '63 CORVAIR Monit Coup. 4 ipttdradia .

DeVille.i fctatar ..d '61 VOLKSWAGEN Sass $110 C
60 $2595 Ghia 135 Rooms For Rent I ICORNU whit wall 01,.. $1995 Roof Eitro nlca I I7 *
Karmann Cpe.
Full. power . . . . 1963
White W/Red Interior BIDROOM D'50 boa 554torss '59 CADILLAC. Cl.tntif ..... Lo.d. '61 CHIVROLIT I...,.,. 4-Door Hardtop

'60 MERCEDES 220S 4-Door Sedan. Air conditioned .W. .....n.It.O.n'l.m'D. MU 2-4115.rol.rrl4l.. 515 I : sir sed $1995 (Four of thtia, all' diiftrintcolon
$2045 I Automatic, powor ..leering
standard shift, radio 1995 CLOHK: DOWNTOWN: Lao.. room. radio, heater, whito nda wall
PrlvaM intranc., IR noel. a.u '
and heater . . . . 1963 Karmann Ghia Cpe. South New Vorll 8J.40MSLEEPINU 61 FIAT 1100 Stdan4Door 695 t.rei 1964 tag. SO 4373

Your choice
ROOM for basboo.s.msn.PlrstfluorprloiI.a
'60 PONTIAC Carolina 4-Door Sedan. Air condition Yellow W/Block Interior inlranprivat .. '62 CHIVY II Statian Wigon Air '61 CHEVROLET Imaala 2-Doar Hord-

ed automatic transmission, radio, $"| 5O5 4600 Miles bath 111 loath Iowa I ILAMII canditiontd, Pawarglidt C-Z-Eyt top ((2)) of tKeie, ont ,sd, ontxhito
ROOM ol..a, .. ..
n. b.
gla) .., ,ud,. and
heater steering and brakes $2095 OoulI.msfl prrfurr.4.. Prl.. rca.01151.12 SIAQC Automatic tranimititon", radio
power wv 2-1245 I liiattr h.ot.r. power ittaring, whit,

Coupe. Automatic MODERN LIVING room.bedroom '62 FALCON 4-Door. L.lt$1OQC w.II tir...
PLYMOUTH Fury : 1962 VW SEDAN $1445 2695
60 combination and bills room .. ntw Radia i and rttortr l transmission, power steering, brakes, $1 "' 0011... Air. eondltlonod. thor. '
095 woolsi boat, TV 11,51... .10111. 62 FORD Galan SOO 4-Doar Auto.ixatic '60 CHEVROLET 2-Doo 6 cylinde.
radio and heater . . 1962 Karmann Ghia Cpe.Red turoIshed. sour loull1..... 225P.001 Powtr itttrinf. books. rodio radio and

W/White Top lloao" Road OU-II1U. htottr, wiw tirti SI O Q CTutoitt heater $995

'59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVilla. Full $2095 Conditioned I II Cl.ont.ftv.r. 107 9

air conditioned Air '61 CORVAIR 4Door. Powtrghdt, ... PLYMOUTH Belvedere Cou,.. 5..

power factory $1895 die, htattr, wiw lirai l-Z-Iyt dio and hooter Ona $.CQC

'59 CHEVROLET Parkwood Station Wagon. V-8, air _ rrrrrrrr.. fiND IT fAST I flou, ana ....,. $1OO1 owner litre clean j

conditioned automatic 1961 V W SE p ANI $il 295 I E.... clean '59 CHIVROLIT 4-Door Parkwood '

tronlmi.$1295 '60 CHEVROLET Station Wo.on. Pow. Station Wagon '0.. $995

sion power steering 1963 VW DELUXE ...Ud.. SI. cosdllisoo.d 'ow., ...Ii..., ..d,. and htattr I'
In the Want Ads! Home, "..... E.Z.
.t..nt. .
conditioned I I "
4.Door Sedan. V-8 air $1495 ST CHEVROLET 210' Powtrohdt.
58 CHEVROLET Station Wagon car business or lost dog I tyl flan. Ona awntr
radio .
automatic transmission, radio $995 $1995 Classified ads fill '61 COMET 4-Door. Radio, Sister Lot,. clean, . / 7 J

and heater _"' your needs. Look In the automatic tranintiinon' air
classified section now I ditioned. $19 9.05n. '56 FORD V-8 395
1963 VW 6
'58 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4-Door Sedan. Radio I titra titan Stick ihitt . .

heater automatic transmiision, pow- $ QQ C $1745? '62 FORD Foirlan 500 4-Door. Radio. '54 BUICK 2-Door $250

er steering and brakes J _' '" CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. bests automatictranimiinon $1495 Herdtop Good c.,

1958 VW P"CKUP TRUCK '51 FORD 2-Door. Radio 150

A Real Buy At 1960 Chev. Wagon '61 FORD Gola.lt I I 500 4-Door Hard- and heater
hooter Cruiia-O-
tap ,
M.P.TOMLINSONCO.CADILLAC $495 Straight Stick Malic, whit wall SOIOCtiret '50 CHEVROLET '.a' Ion pickup Run

A R..I 6 Cylinder Spatial ThIs conditioned A 7.) good ..... ,I. 295

OLDSMOBILE VOLVO All Cars Fully Guaranteed Wools Only '62 CHIVROLIT BelAir Coup. .u... .ood
mattc trenimmion, Bower .altering '6) CORVAIR Mo.... 4-Door Power.

"hWaeerferi fer Oiolifend' Value, for Over 23 liant" ROSS LAKELAND MOTORS $995At 'adia. hester, whita wall tu.., glide, radio, heetor tinttd .1...,
At bucket white
tinted iiatt, SOIOC

938 East Main St. X'cPS Phone MU 2-7173 I INC. LAKELAND . M895 wolltini XU7.V

6-2121 MU 2-5183 MU 2-511


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1* REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 151 Real stats Exchange. 153 Hevtit For Sail 1S1 Houses For Salt 153 Houiei For Sal. 153 I Houssi FM Solo ,

ADAM CAIN 144 Acreage, left For Sato 146 Farms Grevoi, Ranch)I WILL TRADE houeei 10 LakelandAubiirndale THRKE BEDROOM' a'.h,
0' tor land or ooimn ,.. P10,1db Doom. air .dlllonod OWNER SALE! FOR SALE
40 Acts srovn-e to iturridOIl \ properl or bur roar eoinuind I bossed rare: 5t.o5 borsola IS SI IDEAL SE LOCATION;F BY OWNER
BUILDERS Incisor Ic. IIJO Dlooctpiiurn. :, In or country property, fee err eaairohli location call aro Small down payment
.. Onlr (80000. tood tarma. ft. C. Ula or K L. Oardner SIr B-4061 or after. 0 0 m. 6IJ-4.t4 oa Park.r Soot In Mtdoll. 5tbrpn ,4 BEDROOM 2 BATH[ 13.000 i eoully, lor SAM pet canhx
tic Bebrlni, OnnUot LaRoillkett DIck's AIsio Sup, sod Dirt's tool.' bodroorn .11. .1It CD bowl, >ulile corner lot Allached ...
3'. Acrra innlde oily, web* Aewer Dick Ream Branch O(,. '". lOll Scat Mole slimS, 00005; TWO BKDROOM home torCanri colt wIth o.roori sod uLliitp. oa I: One block from Yacht Club rue. Dlnlna room, den threetxdroome
1903 GARY ROAD Po" "lble IS kite lor low II" phone Bebrlni BV e- J37 r. MU '.'133.WI tatlo. MU 0-4401. Ml4B3I 0- nloo lot appronlmeulf 10'.leo hardwood floora atoweekend .
homei (7500 with ; Two block to tennis and I
Mrn Rout I. One JI41HOVE WANT Ins hrdroom homo .0..1... 0(000. led 0 month I on lows thIs anly Photo

I. TED ( 8AROA1N. 10 cores. w. kim. c 1It_ bodroora is LOW DOWN Dorms DL hOC CS. parment. Oil Earl TruiM MU I golf. Large family room, .MU, 5-1020. Frldap II.... bhrouek
TOWSON m,eUv oranaea a lo 7 tOots old I h.i5i pnnloul brot and sIr, Will 1520 .,..., II. Tm. bolOs. .IIt...; a-7tei or MU "117'. living room with marble, Sosdop
IteelUir rub seed houea, toed location. trots torso bodoom iso bcttI _room.. B3.IT4..
a-lleo 117 I. Flu AvtrOISeP.L5 orlh, of Lakeland. Call Malcolm I homo for smell.. Phot. 8B8Gt121I fireplace, central heating
USED CARS I .j Theme evenlnei, 118811881' ]I NTimaTiOIH 5000100W NEW Uirae bedroom $50 PER MONTH and air conditioning. Cornel HOME FOR SALE
stS15oiei hems I ; .
T.rm. 40 bed Bun Roci..... Realtor, *l -2711. CB Carport Ulllr." built-in neaUr.
srrra 10 Rides Mano for on. la Lots- .
l. : tile oath Ineulatao. awnlntrlndowa lot. Citrus trees. Double cccS Thm bedroom near eahool Car
.IUt nieces sroreo n soOt rood 17 ACME varlelr trove Oranteeanteloaa lisA ernirlolir. J. T. WenU .
furred "alle. diamond eted llvlne1 room and bedroom
I .. ""
<(< I Block Wisp of Chorl.i Le..... Mamoriol Cicco. In 10 ..ok.I.nd Cull 22lot. and erapefrult In seed I .orlll lbS W.I..ODd Drive. Pits.Msior. .. dust eelllne, pared elreeu, noItr that aol muM i bedroom bo sold frame Immediately bow port. For aale by owner. Vlnlooro.. lano paneled Plo,-

Pow. Plant New Auburndolo Hlghwoy) Tompa I ondltlon.. call MU41' P'1orl" ol u>... M.(oo. elI aualn. Also No auaJIfrlnt, no do.lnt ..... no da room Beamed Mlllniaa &..
14S BusIness 16'* ACRES cleared and; rldtedfltrue : : 152 Real Estatt Wanlidor nice 10 bedroom CB La... Plo,- .." LI. Minimum down payment 2605 DERBYSHIRECALL .. nice
Property 10' TWO seed houie plaree da 'room near aehool aUtree endhurrhee and iou move In Por Information
I oil hard top Two welli Hardaaccunir I Ideal retirement home phono Mender tbrouah Frldar t 682-8735 \ Phone MU 2-3039
TAMPA HIOHWAY 100 0 014000rrwen MU I-1U7 IV. ro.ul" N..d 11,110.5 57,000. 111 ....on.b. Soul Seems 10 I.
PHONE MU 8-3541 Is nicer John B..o.'n.n f orselo, oon..I.. SArI Rud,. R..I- In> tkrllno Ao.... Tarma, dleeou
R..II.or. 12. Wrot MsluiSt. 147 Income Property or, loll Kant Memorial M-4107., lot oa .bI In aeull. will acceptIK MU 2-2283
or trurk or trade
10d".UI.1 loth ell.e ill tree*. Mel moos BKDROOM homo tore.: LIST YOUKPROPERTY Photo owner anrtlma MS-3ii: $3,500 NICE ONE "OUT"!
IUICK Wildest 4-Door Hardtop. ComploM.ly
64 Rudr. Realtor. Ian B. Memorial 'er laraio. I larta >mouse pool DO, TO elrcumetanoee. will u.ib
loaded. Alto ..,.Ico polity $4495 Blvd IB8..107.INDU.TRIAL Ohio (700 a month Income. Oairopcrty : WITH US"If three bedroom, two bath .reliant Small Near-new three bedroom
and owner at 2401 Tenilewood. condition CB: home la Hlih- Down Payment:
wltn' ci Only TRACT odious Here's a bargain for someone ,. multi-bath just out of city
Kr" rood.. .00'0.1..1. IBAo. MU "-'210. 'Sho,',* ran't BELL It BURN load HUla lot ...,1t100. Call MO
'64 FORD Folrtono 500 4-Door. Crunt-0-Molie, .. III.h...,. R.IIo.d. .0000. DFI.UXE 500THSID0 duplenoori rr DOWN." H L. (lIho' Palmer '...IIB.NO Completely and attractively '. on large lot. Only $12,000

V.,, pow. .." "., .dio, hooter. whit well ''John 410J, .1. Br,00sn Realtor, eec- Two bedrooms. Oct LenaPriced broom Realtor Avenue, LMLA.. Phone 804 MU 5.S-S173 T... .MONEY. do..a. osrloslttooota. astOr Owe (poor per own monU horn,. Nlo Permenuto two: furnished dollhouse,,, completely furnished! RO-

tiroi. With delivery milei 0,1,. $2695 homo rooms.or sir Investment oondltlonod.' torma. for Mo. Lot Neat) to I. Ttnn A... Parkloi lU-hen".Five Near room Hlr beaen CB -wIlls Auburn.01 bed'oom...hborhood homo. RO-1011 In ci,Beet. Soul aide,,I ideal for the small or retired ,. 060.

Aha ..rvc. policy. Only .1"ln. 00,10, MU a.B33. dolt If sos ran par II' month. 01 family. Handy to stores,,
TWO'""D'i DUPLEXES 'four---apa. ;: : nil WO 1-1738 church bus and in quiet LUXURY HOME!!
'64 FALCON Station Wo go.. 4Door. Completely i TOJRE[ mrnUI kltchena furnlehed. Air FORECLOSED: REPOB8 I 0 0 B Oaareala rBiii" I ,
loodod. With ....Ic. Policy, conditioned Encellent return on CASH BUYER FOR In manr Lakeland' areae. W, R WILLIAMS I residential area it's I steal I Large modern, three bed

Only $2995 .wtmrnl Phone 682-0621 lIIorlai Mel RoAr Bled Railtor o.etio.CHOICE lOll. B. ...- Ro.IIo' LMLA for the money! CLARK: room multi-bath with enclosed

helpful and productive 148 Waterfront Property $50,000 HOME 1131 0 Plorlda AoOlaoMV REALTY. 833 North Mast,,, pool, patio and cookout .
2-Door Hard' 8.U38
64 PLYMOUTH Fury Sport Coupe
workers use Classified Need S bedroom homo IB 110"", 00. both under 8B 000Elo.lI.a. 6864031. on corner lot near lake.
fop. Aloe ionic pollc,. Completely loadedoT" Ad.i An ad.writer will 8ACRIFICII C B D A RUbiO, tide lorauon near Lake Holllnak torim. CooS talkl. Clark Good terms. EL1153.
,. COIIdti.",,,.. 139&0, 2 badoom Do..1 stone wonh lor eiecuuvo Iranrferrlni Reallr, M-4011.
;:; $2995 help you attract Just- ." 178BO. Cuh 0' ..,m.. 10 Polk County area In 30 davico HREE BEDROOM, two both
right workers Dial MU Lam lots from laet a. elf on u... $400no to too,oooro CO 0 OOstroo 000. Cork floors, rei : NO DOWN PAYMENT JUST FOR 2
CHEVROLET werk dips croom A -r""wiiaeHldrawar. .hl' Must be top quality Ini Oral h,." and air eendltlonln. MEL RUDY .
61 Super Sport Coup. Poworglida
6-1151' ...
I mile Norm
avon 05,10.i and lorallonl Call CarmenKaaterllna urnlahed. Near Bhopplni een- Partly furnlehed' five room and
vs. power Hearing power brokot, radio 301. Woods and walerlBY at MU 1-2881. wIlt lore, cburchee end tchoole. CItr 55 four .lot bain home located 103S H..III.A..n" LMLA-REALTOR
Thu car It showroom SOOOC I' CLASSIFIeD DISPLAY OWNER: Two bedroom ut.I. T R Tucker. Jr lualtor MU itllltlei and fire prelection. Joot .. SIre, binS lot wan olIflIstrrrO. MORTGAGE BROKER
naw..O", 4.773 .... rnmpletrlr furnlthed, 100' 1.7113. sat ol 011,. B, appointmentt 00. ALL BRICK HOMES Total price only (4 250
NEW VOLKSWAGENS lot on Lake Marlon. snip II too I MU 0-1220 Thla home waa In RO-la. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.

'61 FORD Guide 500 4-Door Hardtop. V-8. DELIVER FOR S1733,95Ine' Two loo' lot 2 bedroom at Anna cnueiee Maria, OtIS on 150 111-i 153-A Suburban 1188 Pouts ol Hornet. Lane lot $56.36 DON W. PAYNE dial 686-4107 any time
Crulio-O-Motic powar itaanng, power brok.e.wow ..........,.. w.... ..111. 100 seed ,...... On. tmall trailer Property BY oom OWNER CB full one tile..bath. Urea, carportillnr bed.. Realtor LMLA
lIne" radio and heater.Car '' lot Hiios on the water at SOT. Keit Mole MU ....13
: $279 5 :till:; TnolVuMeeo'tank (Heelore 20 ACRES, B60 road IrontaaeDada room. Ill.ooo. $ito dons Pit' "00 litIIm.1I
IJ260 soot
I It unusually close, Only ... Our flSnui.' teddodSumter .... Hudson. Sprints City HI.h...,. RHtt, Slot B1-IB3T altar 1pmB .
looms Sea R. C. Leu owner
.n".I. waiHer do" .. 1010"aa
....."...rssrnstuo. lOll E0 tools Phase MU 0. and Borne trove solid frame HOME: ".."'Id. beautllul, D.m.n .ur

'61 RAMBLER Station Wagon. Automatic 6 cyl u_ _" '_ hou.e\ .UoOOO 686-311 Jarnea. O. Cappior Lake mIle eait Mariano Paved road II OIodl.......Do..lIoa .ndll' .oa. BUY YOUR HOUSEWHOLESALE all room It feedroomi) and I..
lode Only 8,000 ", n... Powor ,t.."log, radio wo ".3BI3.BY .Lakeland. AuourndaleJ3I4 ross perfect condition, Near bund

host.'. white i tide wall ti,... $2695 INC. USf lEOCE 1 153 Hocus For Salt Cleveland Heiahu Ooll Club.
,. OWNER' CB ho-as with A" 100dltioa. mat, .0011.00.
Juit like new. Only Pom County a OnlyAuthonral CLASSIFIED ADS .o.n'd poilo. s7mrnbse pool I IMU IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION and 10" furoliors lodud..
VW Dealee, OWNER, LIAVINO Florida aoonKera ...12.. FRO""LAKELAND'S ecrlflce at (13800OWNER .
Sedan Station Wooon 4-Door alOO w. MoNocle 'LVD.PHO" modern home at reduced
61 FORD Country a
M" 3.1153 TWO BIDROON CB bom.. w.. CO.
loaded C CLASSIFIED: DISPLAY Drips furnlehea or unfurnlihedBOUTH8IDE MU 32495WESTSIDE
9-pa' anger. Completely $OQQ 2120 Woodbln. Sip' roraol..I furnisbid $5.200 INC.
: 4.773 Terms Cochraa Wreetired
Only :, NEW Trade poor 411 ... Flo. Are BUSIESTBUILDER"
BY ,..
owouca Ib
'61 RAMBLER 4-Door Sedan. Automatic, 6 cylinder. eqult will take, T twin b r 5 bade e bedrooma Welkin that dl.. air.. eoodilloo.. control bedroom brst CR., etl-ilil eil-2431

Vary, vary low mileage.Only $] 995 t0000 000pp10i sod nlomrstnpposheeb 88-3854.corner. lot many ektraa WE BUILD IN VOLUMESO $300 DOWN
I sor 00514..1 from Southreet .
Junior Hlah Wait Wlodwrtreet POll BALI ar rent with I.... I WE CAN SELL Motors blocS bnm. I" soot rOOdillon. -
off .. Core,' 00 5030' lot .lth
B outa Lincoln A Purnlthed or unturnlihed three
'62 CHEVROLET 'Impata 4-Door Hardtop. '0.- 005. Open Sunday tlternoon, aleo _'00" IV bath. New II120 COMPLETELYFURNISHED WHOLESALE o.k t,_. Three bedreo. Low
(lido, V.I, power Itearing, power broke, 63Y2 by 'o Ololm.OI. Phono Mo910 bl..k houdini, lanced rard. Air" lo.lni oite. with parmenU 0'
radio hooter factory air conditioning., Grey t5233t1.,00NT.OALC conditioner. Crretal, Lake artnrtlrae >. SPACIOUS BLOCK HOMES (64 7t Includlni tasei and ln'u'- I
: Coil llda "00.. Dm 1120 ... ft. llvmi area plua carPort 0005. FHA.
and white ,,i.h. $9 IOC 'Orcollpis Toebedroom. 888-1801. I
4,173 FALCON .. aleeptnv porrh COU... alorail

Only I error 613.10.14 between 5-7 p m. C.FOR. Varr BALE Soot: or rent location two eood bedroom deal Right down to the silver NO DOWN PAYMENT ABBOTT-HECKES CO.

'62 CHEVROLET Impela 4-Door Hardtop. Paw.orglida for borer. Reaaonabla rant, Sit and dishes In kitchen. 3 0,511cm' t.W.AIt1 I

V-l fully aquippad. Just unuiuallyclaan. V/8 Sprint Ooldeo, Rule, Drive ""III. O'erloformol000 JR'i with screened In porch $46.74 .. T'n. .... Pb. NU -1113 I
Solid white fmlih. call .a-.017. II
$2295 large & per month on lot I
COUNTRY HOUt Medulla. Wood garage carport.
Only 1995 CUT VACANCY frame. redecorated two bed- Southslde location take I
'62 CHEVROLET Impola Super Sport Convertible.' i.od oom. eltrua norlda.....room. 14.70.acre Laos 01 over 4/j| % G. I. Mortgageat ON OCR PAYMENT LOT FHAVAETC.

V-8 ,G. Power Itearing, radio end h..tor. Rud. owner, 'Ba-I.ao. $66.00 per mo after .

A claan local on* $2295 TIME. LARGE PRAMS houea In It."' substantial down payment. Modeli Open for Inapacllon See selection or homes
ownar car PENDARVISCHEVROLET "'''en approximately two ....., 40
urui ...... Make otter Call 8.8. RO-1093. from $100. to $30C down.
rent with Classified Ads. 3054.111W. Joe P.
'62 FORD Convertible XLSOO. Cruna-0-Matic Bridges Low monthly payments.

V... power Itearing, power brakairadio. and Room house THRHK bedroom CB hade 9 BRICK HOMESThese
block homes.
wall CO. apartment, tin... 750100' lot Mo eltr ton.. 1121 8 Florida A... New to Young
hester white lido .
tirei.Really 1750.. no cloilne coat.
$2295 loll MI 3 BR.
baauty. Only \ 310 No. Florida Avt.Ishtland store Want Ads bring woodland Drive. OW".,. IIO7J SELECT BRICK Days: 686-612J

you tenants fast Dial MU TURKS: BEDROOM houee with home are ready for IMMEDIATE Nights; 686-1361 6862205.
62 FORD Golemio 500 4-Doer Sedan. Cruua-O- irport. Small dow. parnelephone .. R. M. MARLER
Matic V-l. power .....1".. radio and heat ct 6-1151 IIB2-08n. OCCUPANCY.

ar. Juit unuiually clean.Only $' 895 Sit POP mr eoultr ..ooumsmoothi Features include 3 & 4 BR'i & SON 5
parmenle. ol lol Thnnedrooma. .. 2 Baths Florida &
dining LMLA 00011.005
Tradiwinda. 14J3 Cf 05I RESTFUL VISTAA
roO PI",.. rooms. As low as $450 down 1.01 1. Mila MU -68&1
62 FORD 2-Door Sadan Galon. 6 cylinder,
DISPLAY TWO BEDROOM Irama boos FHA and NO DOWN aulet realdentlal aurroundi t
Itandard tronimmion. Another S1CQC n.e roof. earaie. Corner lot Otis eharmlna two bedroom two
local ana owner car. Only 1373 auiet neiehborbood., tire reaaonble PAYMENT VA. ..iUi borne, central Heat All.on .
>23I Weber. i a lot ISO'1200'. ISo a Inch
deep well carport. 0 oak .,.... 2949 CAROLINA!
61 FORD Convertible. Crul.e-0-Motic, V.S .
WI WANT a two bedroom homee JUST LISTED and II.000 down can bur It A.fcua
power Itearing, radio and heatar $1 C Q C .. have a three bedroom, I we. for appointment to see UN-ego Just South of Cleveland

Vary, vary :low mileage., Only'dl I 37 3 both..ade central three' bedroom heat and two air bath Will This nice 2 BR home Is Omer B. Maphis MU 6.2454 Court School. Drive by.

home for emaller Phone eBl-063
FORD Galo.ie 4-Door Hardtop. Ford-0- ; completely FURNISHED, Larry Heath MU 2.8500 686-7945
E8T LOCATION in LokoloodTwo
Matic V-I. pow. Itearing, radio, heatar. bedroom maaonrv, Florldi ia s screened In porch OFFICE 682-6147 OWNERA

Four brand new white side wall $1695 1 room hsrd000d floors, fonrod SOUTHS: IDE, and only $10-
barb 'rard. fruit trara. Southelde,
Only 900. RN1049.
II. boo 00. 50", II. tool .m.n HAUGER REALTY
'dow,, ..,mOIl I. FH"In..o.....
61 SAAB. Juit unuiually -LiGHT- MEDIUMHEAVY
deco. $1/1QIT Coil MU 3-44BI Itealtor LMLA
Only : t1j3 LAKE GIBBON. CB and biedroomi. 'IokI. IK E. Orenie .l. WISE OWL ,
loris colll.dral helm room J SCOTT KELLY'ReaitorLMLA Stop at ttia ana of the Owl
'61 FALCON Station Wagon Ford-0-Matic, radio TRUCK TOWN 3 bade. modern kltch.i dnotwoltoe Ill 5,1410. to'
hester, whit tide wall ti,... lugaaaarack. i and dish,. area. Fenced Inblok tot this CB. S room ion., 31

i Only I 21,000 true ". A $| OQ C .h.".,patio. Central Utllltr heat room aid fallout air 213 S. TennesseeMU HOMES BY room.idraoma leneett irdwood. yard *floor.rlce4 Plo at''
local ana owner Only t 373 tndltlonlni Double carport
wagon. IU,40 .
torso lot Bolt baeln Boulll 25195OFFICIAL VA MANAGER :
'61 FALCON 4-Door Detune, Sedon. Standardfranimuiion. SPECIALS! JOOO tmume 1142814 mort :
soon. 11O DauihWrr Road, olt 'I JOMJ.BRENNAN
new SIOQC U I. 18. 11..3111. $100 DOWN

whit side well. tirei. Only I 14\73 I CLAas"rIID DISPLAY Ro.llo LMLA tI.8410AN.
Many ehelct homei In ill lori .. Ho... 0. Mis VsotIo
'61 STUDEBAKER Station Wagon 4-Door. Standard tlon. Comol..I rodseoroord'Monhluli '

tranimiinon with overdrive. 6 cylinder. 1959 BUICK poprn roteto low .. UI
GUIDEto Stop b. our 011I00 GO ..11.
New tirei. Another local one $ Z Dr. NT Ceupss.d. EASYway

owner wagon. Only 1173 ... ...._. rn0,05 sido SURE

..11.. ....m.... ,...... ..... T. R. TUCKER Jr.
'60 CHEVROLET Station .. "_.n. .n. ..war ,..... rental bargains ,
Wagon Parkwaod 4. $250 WILL BUY A ......'.1 Car. REALTOR to push ahead is to
Door. Powerglida, ,radio beeper, Four brand the Classified section. turn to today's 'Autoniobile" -
now whit side wall lirei.Only Only $1145ROSS 311 N. W.. Aon t.k.l.nd
$ 595 '54 DODGE Pickup : Turn back now for the MU 8.1113 classification for a

I room, apartment or house '"'fA Area Proiortp M..rY safe dependable auto-
'IS INTERNATIONAL .4 pickup A Arno Property M550.nrONE
'60 CADILLAC Coup DeVill. Thin car li fully MOTORS INC. you need. mobile.
like showroom JOCOCnaw. '52 FORD F.7 long wheel base 2 ton ,
4.373 '51 INTERNATIONAL 2 tot PHONI MU I.111]
'60 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4-Door. Completely ewly redecorated home with 9
loodedAnothar edroom. lane Ula b. h. paneled TO US.
one owner $1995 WE PAY TOP PRICES FOR
Plorlda room and clo ed-ln aa900
car. Only, HAMMOND JONES INC. ..... Oil 80 .140' lot sod ..orn.pulPit ANY CLEAN USED CARS.
luroUoh'd. Widow I. .10.1
'59 FORD Country Sedan 4-Door. Ford-0-Motic, Joonlois 10 0011. askWs osulr 110. ROSS LAKELAND

V.., power Hairing radio and hearer factory $495.00 WILL BUY S T--- =: HOME OF FIAT 100 AND 600 I i.C wIll.larl T Troooo.0 Tookir Sf3)J:.: MOTORS, INC.

sip; conditioning. lest unusually $11QC 040ltor, at "U .7113 1500 W. Memorial .
nice. White finith. Only 1173 Molt Economical/ Of Import CompocfiDON'T Ph. MU 2-5111

'59 FORD Country Sadan. Fard-O-Matic, V.!, '59 FORD Pickup FORGET THE 1

,radio boater, white udo wall ti,... Black
nd whit fmith. 55 FORD ''4 Ion stake body FIAT 1100. FULL SIZE
Only '56 FORD Pickup 4-Door Economy co,. Standard equipment conilitt ..fh..t.

., electric windshield whir wall lirat
wlpon, ,
59 FORD 4-Doer Sedan. Standard tranimmion. 'SS WHITE WC 22

6 cylinder, iteoring. Just .11 leather Interior.
power $6 9 5
unuiually nice. Only

'59 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Soda Automatic
radio end heater. ,. very low mileage tsr 4P it/icfio, of viief cart ro fit your pocket .0...

nd |u.t aicoptionally clean.Only .
$895 '
$1095.00 a 1.....,. CcflVM-tibltl' 11 >OOrttuat 4.Doer. ...",.. ...._. .t..*
mil'**). eods. ........ ehift. I .,,,.,,... Chsot.or .
59 FORD Galanie 500 4-Door Sadan. Crune-O- ,. ....
'61 CHEVROLET Co...". Raal nice u torn*tit .n.m..n.
Matic, power steering ,radio hooter, whit ..-,".. moor M..., '56 CHEVROLET "
side wall tirei. Another car that It spotless '60 FORD Roncharo. CI..... Pointed. 4 trana. Coma en in and "Brows Around-
throughout. 62 FORD ;rJ5ru.to'Cals. : ; ; W. got plenty more to choose from
Mechanically per. $1295 '61 FORD Rancher*. .,. *.D.... 401 mater
feet. Whit fimih. Only, : tsar .n the fI..,. '63 JAGUAR 3.1 -Do it today! I II It
'SI INTERNATIONAL' R-US. Recondition.ad .
'59 DODGE Station Wagon. TorquoHita V-S angina. 1 '64 CHEVROLETD,;.: :.. Hsi.r.tso.: I t '60 FORD Station Wagon. 6 cylinder, standard

completely lo.d.d. Canverttble Sienat 2OO IN 1:..... sod oat .t. I tranimiitloH. Air condilion.d.I .
$1195 '59 CHEVROLET TO, air equipped tractor. .._ m.,. a..m....

OnlyFORD '60 FORD /i ion pickup. Ormmi.s,05.ed. ':' tirea: '., booM,. '63 DAIMLER | '57 CHEVROLET. Power ttttrlng, power brakt|

'59 Fairtana 4Door. V.!. Ford-0-Matic .eadetor, I Air condltiontd.

power itaaring, radio and hoator. Lori of '56 CMC dieiel tractor. :64 CHEVROLET '64 DAIMLER | '55 FORD 4-Door. Station Wagon. V-'. Radio end(
*. icltuii n4 tl hat .
good traniportotion. Black fmiih. $ CQC ...... now .....11. C.m... Maadetar, htattr.I .
moun'''' .. it. Truck hattrintl I '
t:,.n:::':',.. '.d. :- ":'::.":: '60 IMPERIAL I 55 OLDSMOBILE 4-Door Hardtop. One owner.
'59 FORD 4-Door Sedon. Ford-O-Matic V.I ... .. .. ., .. w. *Dr.. ....",.... laaded. Dual \ '62 CHEVY II Nova. 4-Door. Radio, hioftr and
....... La.d I...... .....,
die, hooter, air conditioned, Four now white Cut, oo-osoods.ac.. air THia la e reel ..u,. I standard tranimliilon.
ida wall t"... Light fimih.
Only green $895 $5,000 $6,000- 62 CHEVY II | '60 CORVAIR. Radio and heater. Air condillon..

58 CHEVROLET 2-Door :ldl1G Nova.. Convertible.. *utoneater. m: : This; Week's Standard tranimiition.I .
Sedon. 6
cylinder, 56 DIAMOND T diesel till cab. I I '
57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door
tandard Naedt ..-. Sodan. Radio, hooter indf
tranimmion, ot.,. Me- $OQ Cchanically ,
perfect. Only 4.73 '61 FORD MOOO, full tractor equipped. '62 ANGLIA automatic trantmiiilon.

'62 FORD F-9SO, like new 'M l I 59 DESOTO 9 Station
Com ::::.. 65 pasionger Wagon. -
58 OPEL Station Wagon. Also' ma.chanically and ee< it.
perfect Only $295 '57 MACK 161 diaial transmitiion, radio and heater
'63 RENAULT .. :::: '65 '62 RAMBLER. Radio heater
'54 MACK diesel tandem I [ standard transmit
'57 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan.. Standard ".".. ...t 4.Ooor. White wall tire I lion
minion 6 cylinder '51 DIAMOND T tilt cob. NH220. and ".'.,. FOMTIAC. iedo. S reclining teats.

perfect.: Only Mechanically S9OC 373 '63 TRIUMPH ....-. OutOwtS. 65M '57 CHRYSLER Windsor 4Door. Radio and heater.)
and eieiel
Several other IractoriIn
gai frill clan.rVOTf Tlt4. Hadie and heater. CMtVltOLIT SolAr V.t. I f '59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2.Door Hardtop. V-l, aulo
'57 FORD 4-Door Seden. Ferd-0-Motic V.!, Prondtasot. red,*, ......., Neede awoV tnatic transmission

power .t.i". p.wor brsken. redia, end best.er :::;. MOIM "
I 60
62 CHEVY II CHEVROLET BelAir 6" tran.i-lf-1
Lots of good troniportatian.Only Autometic
$395 :::::e w..... Radio and) '81 sNTiiOTSOaL. 895 lion, radio and heater.

55 CHEVROLET Station W...,. Pawarglide 6 : W* novs many mart trucks that have ,, '57 OLDSMOBILE Mare Pub05r Shun' i ,..t. I '64 CHEVElLE-2.Door Hardtop Super Sport. V-ll

cylinder Lori of good cheap t,..... $OQ C b.." r.conrfiH' J and will do your 'job wild 4;Doer: Hardteo) **. ..d... '11 CssvStasL.oins 1 automatic, radio and heater. -

ortation. Only 4,73 t :-- =:: n ::= MOO, "='.,,'. ,:",. 145 OPEN *.* DAILY

'57 BUICK 4-Door. Runt out reel $ Mike, Chemben, David Rakaw. uitica Homo,

good. Only t77 Harold Crawford, Art Ebarly ,...... Walker'
'55 RAMBLER 4-Dr. Standard trammiilon. TOWNDIVISION ,

6 cylinder.: First come, only $95OPEN TRUCK t DISCOUNT CENTER L HAROLD FUSSELL

",.. Ho io of Tfcorovahkred. Avfomobilei"'
EVENINGS TILL 9 LAND ROVER 0) JAGUAR 0) CHECKER 0) FIAT Over 22 Years of Dependable' Qualify' Servict;

1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phono MU 6-2159 4330 So. florid. AWl. Phono 616-7153 H [ 411 N. Florida Are. 682.7113 ]

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if fit tile all-new Cfcniclc .JclI' ins' Lincoln Mercury Open House Cele

bration. .

While uisitim/ at Claude .Je..I ills' Uncolii-Mercnr/ have an

oiporltint lo yet a fir.s .-ficiiicf loop cil Poll County's most ficfitiliftil

automobile .tfiotcroom most inoclcnt service facilities most coin-

]ilelc selections of Lincolits5 ]f/erctirf/s9 Comets find safe-fin/ used cars.

And, if you rer/isler, who hnows? Von tnif/lit even iciii one of the 5 beautiful -

door prizes to be ritvrirded.

We'll be loolcinr/ for I/OH toniorroiv .

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of our Open House Celebration a thrilling JJ will be awarded g
45-minute concert to be put on at our special door prizes.
f lot by the Dreadnaught "Cherry "
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2LAtE1 AND LEDGER, Friday.Feb.14, 1M4 1 He Couldn't '

Picketing Halted Until TuesdayAt Stand Money SEDMERA HARDWARE


Cape Moon Launch WorksCAPE (AP-Cashler CHELMSFORD.Keith England Roger of i iII
the Essex County Council svii'pREVIJW G
burned $1,302 In a waste
KENNEDY (AP) A"gentleman's ment spur track to Merritt I s. and dismantled it shortly before paper
furnace Chelmsford magistrate
agreement" be land. the train crossed the spot.
., were told Thursday
tween attorney for opposing: Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau Sheriff officers said the swift
Rogers, 46, pleaded guilty to II
faction postponed until Tuesdaythe of Investigation continued!I I action averted the possible death '
threat of renewed picketingby : to probe the attempted dynamit.. of the train's three-man crew. larceny of the money and was
Florida East Coast Railway, ing Wednesday night of a 70-cai The railroad rewarded t h eyouths put on probation for two years
strikers: FEC freight near Merritt Island. aged S to 18, with $1.009 He told police; "I couldn't stand
Four boys discovered a 45-stlck: Authorities declined to Identify the sight of money any longer

der Attorneys Relations of Railroad for Board the Telegraphers National and the Labor Or,:dynamite_charge_ _on__the_.track !them-_:"for: _their!! protection." _and- .I___had_ _____to_____burn_nn h h It.___"______ __ THIS SALE GOOD THROUGH MARCH 1st.

AFL-CIO, reached the agree-

Orlando.U.Thursday ment during. In Federal a brief Court meeting at This/ GRIP Could Save Your Life!!! Special Siriiic Offer GALVANIZED 20 GALLON

S. District Judge George C. ,
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NLRB for an extension of a ,/ : \ TYPE
temporary Injunction I I.sue d
Tuesday. The order, which expired .
at S p. m. Thursday halted TIRESCHROME
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eting which paralyzed construc-
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ritt are
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The private agreement prohibit -
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Tuesday. Young scheduled a fabrics.A .
hearing for 1 p. m. Tuesday Set Low As
Started MondayThe I of
telegraphers one of 11 4 >
non-operating unions which has HOE Z GARDEN EDGER

been for 13 on months strike, set against up the the picket FEC BRAKE SPECIAL! o fitting'
lines Monday to protest move-: cover $199
ment of an FEC freight train Broke relined I adjusted All 4 wheelsFront $1388 o Side handles
onto recently completed govern- I wheel bearings packed.

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Youths Steal $1 59 22 GALLON


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Police say two 13-year-old,
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school Wednesday Llncoln'lBirthday Complete with
'In hope of getting
the boys and learned the BATTERIES, SPARK PLUGS, TUNE-UP KITS, ETC.
source of the 8x5 foot painting, Ready to put up
valued at $30,000. Owner Sam
West Rudnick In covered said It wagon was days.brought RIDING LAWN MOWERS-NOW ON DISPLAY GARDEN

The boys had carried It 12 HOSE
blocks to school right past the
police station. nlli1ttvzJL tlum S1oi .
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