Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00066
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 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: UF00079940:00066
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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l' ." The Mood' Of A Nation-Two Months After Dallas *

Americans Feel Buoyant And Optimistic/ About ir Future


By HUGH A. Mulligan less about losing Viet Nam. sympathetically of such blighted America In the key presidential service club luncheons and optimism, a determination to suppose we'll remember it by
Associated Press Writer They are concerned about areas as Appalachia and election year of 1964 as gauged noontime factory breaks, In carry anything else ex/jept as the yearIn
Americans have slowly recovered Panama Cuba Berlin Zanzibar Harlem and express genuine by Associated Press bureaus sleepy mill towns and gaudy resorts "The President's death was a which President Kennedy was
from the shock of President and other world trouble spots, concern over lingering unem across the country. AP reporters In the desolate hills of world tragedy" said Willard assassinated.".
John F. Kennedy's assas but they are confident In the ployment. talked with literally hun Appalachia and the booming Doering, president of the Hon
sination. They are looking forward ability of their leaders to deal Finally, and perhaps surprisingly dreds of people: doctors and valley of the Ohio, in South Bend olulu Chamber of Commerce In But most :would also agree
with increasing optimism with these situations without an they are exceedingly lawyers, bankers and housewives Ind, where an automobile plant a typical comment "but our na with the Hartford, Conn., fire-
to a relatively tension.free time all out war. troubled about the state of morality legislators and office shut down and In Detroit, where tion's ability to recover is Indicative man who said the "dead presi
In about the con workers, farmers and university others had one of their greatest of the strength
of expanded prosperity, peaceful They expect that 1964 will be America underlying dent's memory will best be
race relations and greater a banner year for both business dition of the American soul and students heads of Chambers of years in history and competence In the democratic served by looking forward In
global harmony. and labor. But perhaps more' whether family life In America Commerce and unemployedauto Everywhere they found that form of government." hope rather than backward In
They worry less about atomic than any time since the great Is undergoing a subtle revolution workers the shadow of President Kenne Most would agree with An- anger and gloom The world
annihilation than a year ago depression they are painfully that may unravel the whole They sought tho mood of dy's death still stretched long gelo Picardi, Boston concert moves on, and we as a nation, I
,I and more about automation; aware that there is poverty inthe fabric of our society. America In state capitols and across the land. But they also singer, that "no matter what
j more about gaining weight and midst of plenty. They talk This then is the mood of suburban shopping centers, at found a feeling of buoyancy and else happened in 1963, 1 don't (Turn to Page 6-A,.Column 1)

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T sea e y -. Cyprus; Charges Turkey''

Preparing For Invasion..


lit r!, Bid l For Special

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U. N. Meeting Fails

UNITED NATIONS, N Y. (W)- Cyprus tried and

failed 10 get an emergency meeting of the UN. Se., ,

curity Council late last night on grounds she facedan
1 Y Imminent threat of Turkish invasion.
A U.N. spokesman said a council meeting about

Cyprus was "tentatively set.for Monday afternoon but
it can be convened earlier If developments
warrant"The t ,

..\ iUeS. Asked Cypriot bid for an !
"emergency meeting" came after
Britain requested an "early + It.
I LToHaItFECViolence meeting" of the 11-nation council
>k to resolve a "dangerous situ
I ation" in Cyprus' scene of fightIng -
between Greek and Turkish
I Cypriots The Tuned States endorsed
NEW SMYRNA BEACH (AP]) the ,British,move.
President Johnson was asked The U.S.I stattmenf. ( made' t..
Saturday to use federataforcei clear that the United States and
to halt\ violence along,the"FlorIda Britain still were trying to get 1
East Coast Railway, or to agreement on an expanded international
shut down the railroad until Its peacemaking force
13-months-old strike is settled for Cyprus from the Greek Cyp-
Mayor William Hathaway of riot president of the country
New Smyrna Beach made the Archbishop Makarlos.
Dynamite Blast/ Wrecks Train appeal to the President while U Thant Appeals
smoke still curled up from the
This w.s the asses *... New Smyme Mch '....N.' ekes a 4yiMniit bloat ceased 14 wreckage of 14 freight ears dynamited Later U.N. Secretary-General U.S. Official LondonU.
Mrs .f U ttrlk.b.und fl.*.. I... C.... Reilwar.Freieht! .r.Mt to Ions i el. teak Th. Matt, off the FEC track In the U Thant appealed to Cyprus,

IOC.*. lit fI... d.,. elsag the nil Ibis/ lg.its. a ,..,.... gas sank tar that c..... two eth.r ern outskirts of this city of 9,000 Greek Greece and and Turkish Turkey and the S. Un4.ra.crat.ry. G....* I.U!!, right, Is Interviewed by e nowiman M ......1... Iritnh foreign

to b.,...-(AP Wl.., ...,_ .population. to "refrain Cypriot from communities ministry In London. ," ....., seer .....tl... with Foreign Minister I. A. Butl.f. I.II mired. In London
r Meanwhile, Chairman GeorgeE. action which might lead to any .t>., silting' Greece, Turkey end Cyprus In .ff.rt t. help soles. the Cyprus ,....,..... (AP WI,.-

Body Found Near Tampa Executives. Leighty of Association the Railway said Labor In a worsening of the "situation! and.a photo ..U cable. from London. )
further bloodshed.
Miami Beach statement entitled"A
He made the appeal In cables If To
They Sell Cuba
Bartow'Salesman BeatenTo Plea to the Bombers" that
to President Makarios and to
"I am confident that union members -

blasts.are not responsible" for the Foreign Ministers Palamas Christos of Greece Xanhopoulos Rusk Says U. S. Won'tBoycott

and Ferldun Cemal Erkin of
Death Left On RoadBy "Give Us A Chance" Turkey.

"Whoever Is, and for whatever Cypriot Foreign Minister Spy-
reason, I can only plead that roe Kyprianou was en route to
RONNIE STUART made and the car had not tive" for the killing. He said ? e y desist" Leighty I said New York for the council meetIng British FirmsWASHINGTON
Ledger Staff Writer been located officers said. Webb's wallet has not been "Please, whoever is Involved and was expected to be herein

The beaten body of a missIng Archie Adair, chief criminal found but officers did find the give us a chance to have our the a council special convened.delegation before
Bartow salesman was deputy\ for the Hillsborough (AP) Secretary cott question while the admin, force allies to assist In the
found yesterday about 13 Sheriffs Department said the (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 3) (Turn to Page 6 A, Column 5)) .Greek Bitsios Chief met with Delegate Thant DimitriS. after of State Dean Rusk said (stratum weighed a congressional ., American efforts to weaken

miles south of Tampa on a body has been positively identified the latter sent out his Saturday some American con- directive to cut off U.S. aid Prime Minister Fidel Castro's
lonely dirt road. as that of Webb, a sales appeal !sumers might decide to boycott to nations whose ships or planes regime through reducing West
Both the Polk and Hills- man for Ivory Brothers Transfer Sees No Move I goods of British firms selling to I go to Cuba. Informants said an ern trade with Cuba.
borough Sheriff Departments and Storage Co. of Bartow. Bitsios told a reporter Greece Cuba although the U.S. govern- announcement may come early Boycotts of foreign goods In
were.,conducting Intensive investigations Adair also stated a pathologist did not expect Turkey would do ment plans to foster no such retaliation this week. this country could set off boycotts .
last night in an report showed Webb anything rash because of a real.! The U.S. government has of U.S. products abroad.
effort.to come up with some had not been shot as was first Ration of the Implications that Rusk spoke on the touchy boy. avoided boycott as a weapon to In the case of Britain, America
clue I that would lead to the believed when his shoeless would have. Both countries belong -! exported about a billion dollars
identity of the slayer of 48. body was discovered by a to the North Atlantic in 1962 and imported a like
>'ear-old William L. Webb farmer en route to work in a Treaty Organization. Erhard De Gaulle amount. This two-way total of
1540 Hibiscus Drive Bartow.A nearby field. Delegates involved said that $2 billion Is far more than the
search also was underway \The pathologist report in private talks the council decided $27 million Anglo-Cuban trade
for the automobile Webb showed that Webb died from 6-5 against meeting Satur-: total 1 that year.
reportedly was driving when a./'severe beating around the 'day night They said the Soviet Rusk spoke In a Voice of
he left Bartow on a sales trip head," Adair stated. Union Czechoslovakia, Bolivia Still Apart On NATOPARIS America radio interview recorded
Friday morning. Late last According to Adair, "rob- the Ivory Coast and Morotco! Friday following the two--
night no arrest had been bery apparently was the mo- were for It and the United day visit of British Prime Minister
AP Franc and Alliance for
( -
) Progress
States Britain France, Nationalist Sir Alec Douglas-Home.
Faces 3 More W. China, Norway and finally West Germany agreed Saturdayto Latin America Britain's policy of trading with
Brazil were against It. pool their economic aid to Both De Gaulle and West German the Reds stood out as the major
Hof; Cypriot Chief Delegate Zenon South America but remained at President Heinrich Luebkeare difference in otherwise harmonious
I Freed On Rossides' formal written request -odds on policy toward the North planning trips to Latin talks between Douglas-
asked "an emergency Home and President Johnson.
On The Inside meeting" without specifying Atlantic Treaty Organization. America later this year. De
any time This emerged as President Gaulle Is going to Mexico next No Plans Made
Cites Fears Charles de Gaulle and West month and to a number of South Asked whether "anything specific -
German Chancellor Ludwig Er American countries next fall. in the way of popular reaction -
Does The Ledger Kill Bugs ? Rossides wrote: against British goods for
Tenn. (AP) with the alleged Incident was "The increasing threat from i hard and a group of French and But De Gaulle apparently paid their shipping of buses to Cuba" -
Teamsters Union President insufficient to warrant submit war preparations on the coast of West German cabinet ministers little heed to Erhard's effort to Is planned Rusk replied:
The Lakeland Ledger has had several calls recently ended a two-day summit conference
James R. Hoffa was freed of ting it to the jury Turkey opposite Cyprus, coupled breathe new life Into NATO. "We don't ourselves plan to
However, he overruled defense Inquiring as to whether insect poison has been added to with the declared Intentions: -one of a semiannual series
Sat the
one jury-tampering charge motions for directed verdicts the Ink with which the newspaper is printed. Two Polk under the French-West German Support Reaffirmed organize any boycott against
urday, but was directed to begin of the government to in-' goods of countries that may be
his defense. against three of acquittal for Hoffa and County subscribers claimed there was some truth to the terfere by force In Cyprus, hal cooperation treaty. West Germany, which dependson engaged In that trade.
other counts Monday. his five codefendants on the remaining report See Page 8-A for the story, one of the many made the danger of the invasion I De Gaulle and Erhard according a strong NATO for its !military "I think It Is possible there
three counts. entertaining and informative articles you'll find inside of the island both obvious and to West German sources
fears that the
protection, reaction
U S. District Court Judge Hoffa, is expected to testify And don't forget March 28-when The Ledger begins Imminent. agreed to join forces In send may be some consumer
Frank Wilson acting at thegovernment' French go-it-alone attitude is undermining here In this country, here and
later In.the trial, but a defense publishing a Saturday morning edition The first one Rossides said President Ma ing economic, technical and cultural
request entered a there with respect to firms
spokesman said Nicholas J, will be the giant Decade for Decision Progress Edition harms had told him to get a assistance to the nations the alliance. The in that
directed verdict of acquittal to W. Va., businessmaa America The two Bonn Government is also con specifically engage
Tweel, Huntington, which you'll want to send to your friends Additional meeting "as soon as possible" of Latin countries -
in Hotfag
that one juror trada.
a charge would be the first defense and so he sought one for Saturday would share costs, ex- cerned about a general slack
details and convenient order blank are on Page 12-D
1962 conspiracy trial at witness a night change information, and coordinate ness within NATO and about "But that's something that U
Nashville was offered $10,000 to Tweel and Allen Dorfman. Sir Patrick Dean British chief their investment programs various centrifugal tendencies in the hands of private citizens;

vote to acquit him then. Chicago Insurance broker are Amusements ...... 11-C Dear Abby .......... 7-D delegate in his earlier letter as U. S. Views Stressed exemplified in the Cyprus crisis we have" no part In that ou-

Neal Chief had prosecutor requested the James verdict R. 'accused influence! of jurors trying through to improperly Dallas Bridge ......".......... 8-B Editorials ............ 4-A ing, for said an a early"serious council act of meetIng vio- West German officials empha- The support West Germans for the U.reaffirmedheir S,-sponsored : selves Rusk mentioned no specific

after the government rested Hall, Nashville tavern operator Citrus ......"..."..... 12-B Horoscope ............ S-D lence" in Limassol Wednesday sized In their talks with De project for a multinational company by name. One of the
Friday He said the court's rulings Classified ........ 8-11-D Sports ........... 1.4-DStocksFinance climaxed a recent rise of ten- Gaulle that the United States nuclear force, an idea which British firms mentioned in current
had prevented the prose- I The other defendants are Greek and strongly desires joint French. De Gaulle opposes and has reused news dispatches Is Leyland
Comics ................ 6-7-D 10-11-B sion between Turkish
cution's proving the alleged offer Larry Campbell Detroit Teamsters Cypriots, West German activity for the to join. France told Er which Is selling a,least 400 busses
to Nashville insurance man business agent, and his Crossword Puzzle 7-D Women 1-12-C Britain Dean said wants the benefit of Latin-American coun- hard that despite this difference to Cuba. Another Is Avellng
James C, Tippens. uncle Thomas E. Parks Nashville Deaths **_.._,_ 6-A Weather Map 7-A council "to take appropriateTurn rles As the Americans see it. of opinion France would not object Bargord said to be negotiatinga
Wilson agreed saying evidence and Ewing King, former his would provide a more effective if West Germany sought to $14-million sale of road build
of Hoffa's. connection ,Nashville Teamsters president. ( to Page 6-A. Column 4). supplement to the U. S.]join this force. I log equipment -

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I I I,:-ALAKELAND_ LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. If, 1MI I __ I. ,

The Winners I Congress Begins Work I

On College( Aid Measure /:

r PRIZE i ii

.;". 25,000 StH Green Stamps i I WASHINGTON (AP) Congress vene after recessing for thel
begins work this week Or Republican convention starting
\ t<.,k 9 Mri. M. H. Fours ,two more of President John July 13 at> San Francisco i
\. + III WM B.vdr| sons key 19M legislative pro- The President, In submittinghis
.. &.l.k.l.ad florid pusals an omnibus housingbill housing message Jan 27..
and a college student aid laid stress on a new programof ,
lj SECOND PRIZE measure aid for suburban communl,
f !
70,000 S&H Green StampsMrs. : So far this year the leglsla ties and assistance for low'
mot'' tors have devoted moss\ of their'income families. '
Hoyt W. Kolp time to the two top priority The bill also would continueand
....t. 5. to* C61 items on the administration i expand present programs
Uktlcnd Florida/ list civil: rights and a tax cut including public housing and urban .
i I Some action Is expected on renewal. The measure already -
THIRD PRIZES these two this week. But both has drawn (Ire from ,
2,000 StH Green Stamps House and Senate will broadenout some legislators as too broad
Into new fields as the paceat and too expensive
Mrs. Louise E. Marshall the Capitol continues to be The Senate Education sub
l" l(2 y..t.. Strut much faster than In last year s committee will start hearing
Lakeland Florid session Thursday on a bill tq provide
i Mrt C. Blinkmon I t Marked Time scholarships an expanded loan
40 Detroit Avenue Both branches largely program and educational (loan
Inland( florid.
1 'tit I marked time in the past week insurance for college tnder
Goldie Wilson because of the traditional Line graduates. LAKELAND JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON fARADE-Trie Uktlan Jume Hl,,h Sck.oi loft
( I Lokilond.514 'Et 0.Florida..,. 'oln birthday period during Steve ,ru. Terns*'Flrfrun't. ef the end ef( the Yker City NichePad.
Mrs. W T. Walker which Republicans fan out over Mrs. Kennedy Thend.1." night the ...d's fir* Wf p.r.d. Hits ycer Tke trip te Temp vein't en M*.
120 Aiele Street ,the country to make speeches. ejueHNed ucceee, hewever While the h.ed'w.slee[ **r4*, eemeen entered. the ethool buses .....
Lekelond, florid. But congressIonal' leaders are t. t..n.**r* tit. bend. t. TMIM .end ..*>.!. *lt tk. _n., ..." **cketboks" pins hd. left In the e
Dole well pleased with the progress Seeks ApartmentIn buses. ( there t Wk.tfk.od. ) :
Montgomery made so far in this national Ud.ir ( _-_ _--_',--_ _-- +
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1112 I Merit FUrld/ Avenye I r T

Lekelend, florid. I'election They are year driving session.for a wind New York CityNEW Financing Program; In .

up by late August In time for Big
Democrats to get to their national YORK (APf Mr_.
Jllhi f1//IA'AI SI Il HGS convention opening at Atlantic John F. Kennedy the. widowed '
City, N.J., Aug. 24 Meeting former first \Jady. has been Weekly Financial Spotlight
\ that goal would mean that apartment hunthj-t!; in New York ., ,
AND tOAN ASSOCIATION QF LAKtLANDOlOH Congress would have to_recon- City She inspected a vacant A
apartment in a luxurious FifthAvenue By JACK LEFLERAP It was undertaken by drld| Inc'. proposal Included
CompleteINSURANCE cooperative Richard where for Business News Writer can Telephone II Amerl'l International Telephone It Telegraph
mer Vice President M. AP-The which turned'' to its family of Corp. as principal: subcontractor
NEW YORK ( biggest
COOMIiCI4' Nixon and New York Gov. Nel-
( l ItM L HOIIOA art SERVICk, .; 2.25 million stockholder to : Individual proposals
son A. Rockefeller have resldences corporate financing pro- were submitted Air.
> : raise 11.225.000,000. by Hughes
enter Upthsw, did, make In U.S. took the
But she not gram history Ford
craft Co. and Motor Co.'sPhJlca
Inc. === ""any commitment to buy a real business spotlight during thepast The company offered lu ,
000 .. Tmf. .... ..... sabasa testate broker said. week shareholders the opportunity of / Corp subsidiary
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--y -S --: purchasing 12.25 million shares Business and Individuals were
at $190 each. This was $46 below encouraged by the progress being
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND the market price on the day the made toward enactment of
offer was made the Income tax reduction legislation .

New High Reached Different. versions of the bill

Each shareholder received the have been passed by the House
right to purchase: one new sharefor and Senate, and conferees from
each 20 held. both bodies are trying to reconcile
I Trading began on the New differences
York Stock Exchange on The Department of Commerce
Wednesday with 371000 changing reported" that the US balance i
hands. of payments Improved further in
,American Telephone common the fourth quarter of 1963 The 1
stock surged to a new all. quarterly deficit was the small ,
time high. est In years .

It helped the general stock Deficit Declines

market as measured by the averages For the year as a whole the
reach a new historic United States had a deficit of
peak. $3.02 billion.
The magnitude of AT&T's In the second half the deficit
PI money raising undertaking is II-'was at an annual rate of $1.6
lustrated by the fact that all ,billion, the lowest since the balance
common stock financing In 1962 of payments began to be
BROTHERS totaled $13 bUHon.AT4T a serious problem In 1958
rm- SS 55y
win use the proceeds of Reasons given for the improvement
4 S : its stock offer to help finance a were reduced net
\ 1 $325-billon growth and modernIzation 'purchases of foreign securitiesand
program for its tele-, a spurt In exports particularly
\ L phone system in 1964 agricultural products to
SWIG both Communist and nonCommunist
e V __ Proposal Made countries
Also in the communications The Commerce Departmentalso
field the Communications Satel reported that Inventoriesrose
lite Corp reported that six com only slightly In December
OUTSTANDING panics had answered Its requestto from November and that total
S submit proposals for design business sales climbed to a rec
ing an international commercial
r 'gypi ord.Inventories
atellite gained $80 millionto
______ AT&T and Radio Corp of a total of $10273 billion
\ America submitted a joint proposal against an increase of $790 mil
Thompson Ramo Woof lion in November.

t s i Auto Output Dips
r I
v v LUGGAGE Little; Miss Sales in December totaled

$68.96 billion, up from $67.19 bil
Winter? Haven lion in November.
Automobile production dipped J
.,5 Contest SlatedWINTER during the week to an estimated
164.9i)0 passenger cars from
HAVEN Contestants 168,360 the previous week but I
4 for the Little Miss Winter:was well ahead of the 149342
v 1 Haven Contest, sponsored by the built a year ago
Jaycees, may obtain: appllca' 1 Chrysler Corp., last of the Big \
tlon blanks from their respective Three automakers to announce
SALE school beginning today. I 1963 sales and earnings, joined
The contest Is scheduled for General Motors Corp and Ford
March 20, but the application, Motor Co. In reporting a record
must be completed and returnednot year
later than Feb. 19. The contest Chrysler earned $1816 million
ir+' is open to all girls who equal to J435 a shire
tHere reached their llth or 12th birthdays compared with $63: 4 million or
before Dec. 31. 1963. 51.81 a share Sales climbed: to
it Is again save 24% to 45 % on famous merican Touris. The contestants will be judgedin $3.5 billion from $2.37 billion.'
party dresses, according to' Steel mills turned out duringthe
ter and Samsonite luggage. Men's and ladies' fine luggage in Mrs Larry Tucker, chairman week 2.22 million tons of Ingots .

:" popular colors and sizes ,, for the contest The young ladles up 3.000 tons from the previous
will not be allowed to wear high week and the'highest
theels. Mrs. Tucker_ reported. :weekly level since last June 29
t "'' Come select your group now for your vocations at big savings!' ( Use 4.,.
our convenient Layaway Plan) Selections are limited So Hurry'! Not every

ataf' size in every color Sitit '

Ladies' American Tourister

Train case . . . . . . regularly 24.95 sole 17.95*

Escort hat box. . . . .'. . regularly 18.95 sale! 12.95 ; ''

"Little Lady" fitted . . . . regularly .24.95 sale 17.95 IMPERIAL ROOMNow

Hat and shoe . . . ,. . ; regularly 24.95..sale! 17.95

21 weekend . . .,. . regularly 2495 sale! 17.95* Serving Breakfast at 7:30: AM

24" pullman . . ;. . . . regularly 2995 sale 20.95 Dinner Served Monday and Friday
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27" pullman case . . . r. :. . regularly 39.95. sale 27.95 4 :30 P.M. 7 :30 P.M.

; + 30" overseas . . . : ''c. regularly 49.95. sale! 34.95 For Your Dining Pleasure


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\ Chilled Fry,| J..ie..15 Gulf $|mmp eockUl, .75
Ladies' Samsonite Chichse. Seep Supreme_CM* 20
tr dV R..ot 1.... Rib, d .... ......
Beauty case . . . . . . regularly 19.95. sale! 12.97'Overnite ..trend ...,....... _,,".loa T...... 5.1.Id.ke. "t.,., ,.?

. . .' . . ; o. regularly 22.95. sale! 15.97 Rind Loot Ia''..... 'Duck"n", .i........ C.mb.d. 0..1".
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55 24" Pullman . . . . . . regularly 2795. sale! 19.97 Ch.... S.l.d . W..I. '''''' '.., e.d .C.tr.e.. 1.60

": 26" Pullman . . . . . . regularly 37.95. sale! 26.97 Labs., Thmmlda, 0"...' ill" ldol<* ,.t.... Sliced Caron.

Wardrobe case . . . . . regularly 39.95. .salel! 23.97 Creme' C.I. Stow . . . .2.25
Swtsd *".. ....*. In Wine Souc.. ...... f..h. Poe.b,
?i .All "rlct plus F.". tooj Isttm.J A.**..|u. SBMK, T....4 Sl.tfDISSERTS . 1.50
55 ti! Mans Luggage +"

Sr' Alas Plo .25 SMwbwy Perleie .40

Pumphis Pie with, Whippd T..*!.* .25


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Of' _- Brown hair, hazel eyes and a beautiful smile that's Miss Katy Sue Meredith from Andafusfa,
Alabama, 1964 Maid of Cotton! Miss Meredith was chosen from 20 finalists In the 26th annual
Maid of Cotton Contest, Memphis, Tennessee to be the personal fashion and good will ambas
sador for the American cotton industry. Miss Meredith will be featured model today in Maas
Brothers' Maid of Cotton Fashion Show.

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*-w;-g- Second Floor of FciffJiioit Downtown Lahclundfcutni'iny

Miss Katy Sue Meredith

-t 19G4 Mfitcl of Cotton
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View the fabulous Maid of Cotton traveling wardrobe of Blue Ribbon Cotton Award Winners
created especially for the 1964 Maid of Cotton by such world famous designers as Ann Fogarty,
Adel Simpson, Gustave Tassell, Brigance for Sinclair, Jane Derby, Harvey Berm, Pauline Trlgere
M and Donald Brooks of Townley. PLUS: exciting, new fashions from Maas Brothers' Cotton Collection -
I I for Spring '64! Bobbie Brooks knit coordinates: overblouse 5.98 and slim skirt. 6.98,
I r .' f' pullover 5.98 and Capri pant. 6.98. White Stag coordinates: Southampton pant. 7.00
\ I. v and shirt. 6.00, surfer pant. 6.00 and stretch pullover 4.00

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The Asian SceneBy

Savagery In FloridaFOUR mr C. L. SULZBERGER

vein flora( limn
FLORIDA boys, their ages a long-simmering issue in which are ?r, wwI LONDON-our Far Eastern
8 to 18, have made national news by factors best known to the railroad and
policy must henceforth distinguish -
finding and removing a bundle of dynamite its employes between the effort to Isolate

sticks they found planted But the public is in position to pass eras dw a '''Gri communist China and the

along the tracks of the Florida East judgment on the act of planting and effort to prevent communismas f s'r

Coast Railway near Titusville. exploding dynamite against a common w' 4 a such, whether sponsored by

I They have received from law enforcement carrier and thereby endangering human 1' +wT 1, spreading Peking or elsewhere by Moscow in ,Asia.from

officers and others the gen life.
For a long time these two
erous praise they deserved for taking The four boys could easily have policies, which should be N 1 V .

I so perilous a risk to save the lives of lost their lives in their heroic effortto wholly separate, were entangled

others and prevent extensive property clear the way for the train. And in the American mind.
if had b>! Mi e Such confusion encouraged an
damage. they not happened along, mem- unreal belief that protection of
Over the brave deed by the boys, bers of the train crew could have lost free oriental countries depended -

however, still hovers the dark cloudof their lives. on the Illusion that someday

savagery to which was given expression Florida has' had a succession of Chiang Kai-shek would

by whoever planted the dynamite criminal acts of sabotage during recent t Tse-tung seize the mainland from Mao

there. years similar to the acts committed -
The end of a rootless dream
It not the first time act of the Florida East Coast
was an against need not affect the defense of c./L SULZBERGER
sabotage had been committed against Railway. Unfortunately, it is an expression our Asian friends. Even If ,

the railroad. Only a few days earliera of primitive conduct that is Y Peking is admitted to the

bombing in the Miami area wreckeda not confined to Florida. All over the U.N., so long as Washington dre' halt of our Eastern-
sticks by 11'1 Formosan defense
railroad crane and derailed 32 cars. nation such acts are committed, and Ui treaty and stations the pohtyf equation another year,

During the preceding months there we Americans very pridefully call our Seventh Fleet where It Is, the we vill I I have more I time to

had been other sabotage against the nation the most advanced of all. situation of that island will not emphasize the factual half.
strike-bound railroad. It would be a satisfaction to say ? x RhaM yep'': .i r rr.4PA f fw11fr" materially change. And even If Peking is on the

It so happens that the spot where that such criminal conduct is contraryto + s.k.id THE POINT is we must verge of getting overdue dip.lomatlc

the boys found the bundle of dynamiteis the American way of life. Sadly, stress to nations like Japan, recognition this neither

only two miles from Cape Kennedy. it is conduct so widespread and fre- South Korea and Thailand that 'signifies world approvalnor

They removed the dynamite Just in quent that it is now undeniably part Mao international status has a change In the power bal
nothing to do with the safety
time to clear the for of the American of life an e.1'be, Seventh Fleet means
way a freight way reprehen- of exposed lands The British,. '
train that was speeding within sightof sible though it Is. after all, fought and won a more than the qua! d orsay.

them. It is a vicious, ugly part of the guerrilla war In Malaya against come We Involved would never in the have be-
of the processof
The public is not in a position to American way and a dark commentaryon Voice PeopleThis while Chinese i l maintaining communist partisans relations now having to separate

be sure of being able to pass fair Judg- the condition of our American with Peking. It II time to reality from unreality if we
ment in regard to the strike. That is society. underscore the distinction be- had a sensible recognition policy .

-- Is The Ledger's Opinion Page tween what the reality was always of protectionfrom unreal- anyway to, a Sending capital an doesn't ambassador .

ity, the Idea that Chiang would mean approval of its politics,
I' In Orlando: A Tall ReachORLANDO This. .'ltrll' MS elfin *fc. nwippir's epist.s..s, mttrt .' current Intern, In tho overthrow JMao. SIt as for example Moscow
'ito,101! slums. It th Washington should have recognized -
woUomoi plnloni of roodou In the Volco f Hi* Pooplo Column lotton mm* II Improbable that com4
I'o signed ond bar Hi* writer's *ddrou, but **mot will .. withheld upo* rquiit A letter shield. net munlst China will scramble Into Peking long ago.
as everybody in Flor- Association will use part of the new ..c... ISO werdi end poetry .*nnot k* Hied The Ledger reserves the right to rojtct on? .letter w.hats the U.N. this year, althoughIt
ida knows well, has been spreading out building it. Opinions of .*lun ..wts end other contributors eppter oltewher en this peg. will be a near thing. Peking THE FACT that China approaches
the end of Its ostra
aggressively for quite a few years. Members of the partnership that undoubtedly gained prestige clam has few factual 1 Implications
will construct the Tower are Albert do so until release from the this case was startlingly reminiscent Its 1 influence on the overseas I
Now Orlando is MonumentsFor
reaching up -
G. McCarthy III, president of Capital armed services of the fabled Judge Chinese In Southeast Asia

reaching up 16 stories Enterprises, Inc., Washington; Cush- Mr. Glenn may make a good Roy Bean Pecos law In the Fifttign: ,tflI41r1J won't change. The Chinese

This means, civic Orlando has been man and Wakefield, Inc., New York A Hero earth politician in but is orbiting the frontier days of Texas, who venerate success but Mao's .
itself not qualification success came years ago. Those
quick to point out, that Orlando is City; Warren G. Carson, New York The fact that he is Intel- acquitted his son of the mur- from French recognition, and overseas Chinese who return

about to have the tallest office build City; and Paul Smith Construction EDITOR) Our Congress ligent Is a requisite but Is no der of a Chinaman because Belgium may soon emulate ed to their ancestral land have
Co. of Tampa and Orlando. would not go to such extremes elite factor among senatorial after reading the Texas book France. But no diplomatic generally been furiously dis
between Jacksonville and Miami landslide Is Imminent. In-
ing as to rename our the candidates of .
country statutes from cover to cover appointed.Nor
Gardner Cowles of Look
publisher deed Paris has asked
which is quite a stretch of peninsula. "United States of Kennedys" Citizens should consider he found, ". there ain'ta quietly is a Peking In the U.N.
Magazine and other publications and its former West African cola
Orlando will make this reach A great American has passed was created foremost as a damned line in it nowhere more likely than a Peking out
upward nies Maoat
not to acknowledge
head of the organization that bought our and symbol of American progress that makes It illegal to kill a of U.N. to press its southward
be way we are erecting this time
by means of a structure to The Ledger a few months ago, in the and to confirm the success of Chinaman" drive toward the rice basketsof
known as the Orlando Federal Tower, address he delivered at Lakeland's worthwhile monuments to a the space program, rather' The French know that not Burma and Thailand. Indeed
national hero. We wish for the than the heroic V. SALI all francophile Africa would be
which will be constructed by a part accomplishment expansion seems to
dinner future .
annual Chamber of Commerce generations to realize promptly follow DeGaulle'llead
of Individual. toward
one aiming more westward
nership to be known as Orlando Tower recently, took a look at the Immediate that Kennedy, along with the and they don't want to Russia New efforts are on to
Properties. It will cost several mil- future of this section of Florida. In other heroes of our country; DON ROSELtFrontier StatisticsAre embarrass Washington by seeIng try and limit population and
lion dollars and is to be ready for use that he for whom we erect and dedi- China seated at the U,N. produce more artificial fertilizers
address predicted that Flor-
cate memorial reminders has
in 1968 in an election year. Further to increase the outputof
ida's greatest growth during the next died a mighty warrior death. Cited more, they have a few bar primitive farms, already
The building will be 300 feet tall few years "will come in the band N. H. gaining cards in their little under cultivation.U.N. .

and will have a roof garden and an stretching from Tampa through Lake- Law RecalledEDITOR EDITOR: Apparently Tax game with Mao. One mightbe admission of China

observation deck. There will be three- land, through Orlando, through Day- Weary (letter Feb. 15) la unaware the hint that they could Influence probably In 1965, will create
tourists already west Africa-in exchange Immense emotional politicaland
Is Glenn ,
level for 650 automobiles.
parking tona Beach to Jacksonville"Orlando contribute
up : It Is hoped that substantially to for favors security problems for the
The site for the new structure is has a head start but the the judge who In the chimpanzee Florida taxation and to the federal authorities In Washington

adjacent to the Orlando Federal Save area all along the band is Jumping Qualified? auto driving case absolved fresh absorb.air and sunshine they IF THE AMERICAN policy/ and the municipal authori-
the simians of The following! statistics
owner -
and of Peking's UN exclusion ties in New York. But ultimately .
ings Loan Association and the with
progress. culpability delivered his were taken from
reason a recent again this
prevails autumn It froid
EDITOR: I am concernedwith if we show sang ,
for so doing with tongue newspaper article:
be the last time.
may Chiang
the reaction of the public in cheek. But whether givenIn "Tourists paid 25 per cent still maintains embassies and we may gain more than we
I in regard to John Glenn an. jest or seriousness It must of Florida sales tax and fancy we will lose
The Boys' Club 01 Lakeland nouncement he will be a Senate have rasped the sensibilitiesof H.3 per cent of all the state's legations abroad of and the of them primary The UN's early debates
candidate. at least some persons. That taxes, the commission said purpose many marked factional disputes between
is to line the local U.N.
The announcement has revealed insofar it Is known In all, the report said tourists up the Soviet and Western
as no
TIlE BOYS' CLUB of Lakeland has The comprehensive program of the he has numerous sup one was injured or killed, in paid a record $893 million vote against Mao. U.S. generosity blocks Later these became
the good fortune to have as officers Club is carefully planned and directed porters His advocates seemed this mis-staged sideshow Is in Florida taxes for the makes this possible enlivened by the Intrusion of

and board members some of Lakeland's To the men who have served as officers ready to vote him in without In no way owing to any fore. year 1962" Of economic 1103900000 aid last In American neutral views But when a
and regard to his political philosophy sight on the part of the human Were it not for the tourist year, Chiang communist Chinese eovoy engaged
most prominent influential and directors the
through $75 million
years spent to maintain
Mr. Glenn has not disclosed partner and Is nothing trade, Florida would be in a major slanging
business and professional men. and to Carl G. Schowe, executive director how he stands on the short of amazing obliged to raise this amount overseas diplomatic missions match with a communist Russian -

Tomorrow night these men, their and his staff Lakeland is deeply major national or world concerns But getting back to the from other sources second only to national defense envoy before the UN's

wives and other citizens will attend Indebted for service that has been and is not permitted to judge again his finding in A TOURIST K costs maintain fascinated gaze, it la hard to
we can the see how this will hurt us
the annual dinner meeting of the productive of good beyond measure.

board, the event to be held in the J

splendid building constructed a few

years ago for the more than 1,000 boys No-Smoking Sessions Jf f

served Dr. Jere by the W. club.Annis is the out-going GROUP THERAPY sessions to help Automation In I The Art Of Diplomacy

people stop smoking are spreading over
of the board W. V.
president (Benny) the nation. ..
Fenton the new president. Now as
The sessions are based on the psy- By ARTHUR KROCK Is "
through the the officers and disclosed in the following ress can be made without a A, "The President and
years loves y & Horn tmtreWASHlNGTONlt was letting Cuba bug him
chological fact that misery com- > transcript of a rerun of the strong and united western alliance
other board members are men who pany and finds strength in company has long material passed Into the computer prepared to defend its prime minister reviewed the at the expenslon of essential
serve conscientiously. been that and the form in events of recent months .during '
In Sarasota a Presbyterian minister suspected the com- which interests against threat and concentration on Latin America
muniques which report the it was published: Intimidation It Is within the which sudden tensions in
The Boys' Club serves a basic need as a whole. How?
became interested he
so preached topics discussed and the decisions Q, The President end the Atlantic framework that the many parts of the world have Q. "The
and is of the most valuable President stressed
one agen- against smoking and then announceda taken by statesmen at prim minister are all for U.S. and the U.K. are conducting made unforeseen calls on the his concern
at the
cies in Lakeland. The boys who are series of group therapy session the conclusion of their meet- peace but they can't coordinate their examination of resources of the U.S. and theUK. situation in the Caribbean present

members take great pride in being Two of the most interesting sugges- ings are hands.not the work of human ,their programs mutual defense problems Including The two governmentsare area. The prime minister ful-
affiliated with the organization and tions made A. "Underlying their talks force goals, and are responding to these calls ly recognized the importance
being :
derive benefit from it. This suspicion has been was the determination that also considering the proposalfor whilst (better make .that'while' of the development of Latin
great (1)) Resolve to stop smoking for prompted by the invariable the pursuit of peace should be a multilateral nuclear for Texas) at the afcme America. ."
It is an organization engaged in the 24 hours. repetition In these reports of unfalteringly maintained." force." time taking all political. ac During this rerun busts of

Important program of good citizenship, ((2)) Tell everybody you meet that certain word combinations Q. They know the U.S.S.R. tion that la open to them to Woodrow Wilson and Theo
enabling the large number of to have which conceal deep disagreements will reject any realistic disarmament Q. THEY don't see how diminish the causes often dore Roosevelt that were
you and leave the principals programs they propose they can take care of the sion" ( wired for sound augmentedthe
spend their spare hours in wholesome, It Isn't a new approach, of course, uncommitted to carry at Geneva, but they are mounting world tensions, but Q. L.B.1. told Alec that the confusion with steady Interruptions -
constructive activities in which they but the government report has revivedit. put the agreements recorded. stuck with what to say about they both fear they will lose British ought to quit trading of familiar quotations
find much enjoyment. When the phenomenon reappeared it.A. votes in the 1964 elections if with Cuba, that Cuba is the -"open covenants openly
In the communiqueIssued "They hope that the Soviet they Indicate this or if they big trouble In this hemisphere. arrived at" and "down
after President John Union will examine with seem too firm the other way Alec told LBJ he thought with weasel words"
A THOUGHT-But all things should be done decently and in order.-I Cor 14:40. son and Prim Minister the greatest seriousness the

Douglas-Home had finished proposals put forward at the
their talks, it became clear Geneva conference and else-
LAKELAND reportorial duty to track down where by the United States Potomac Fever -
LEDGER the source of a precision and and the United Kingdom."

SAKDNl* Imperial Polk County.World's : 1lE JOHN M im HAIIIIIION a !* V'M the one vote-for-member right English sheep dog named little Beatles Johnson,
.. ton M MMr., M.n.N.>. by the Afro-Asian majority in it
.. .
** III'tor *0* rowf *d rl "
Citrus Center '--.-, Drutor. HULKS HUNT u.10. perfection that obviously Is the U.N. General Assembly The stability of American politics is comforting- Every four can
I"R tort RICHAKO......... KIAHLIV, Clroulo* beyond mortal l possession A. "Both governments will count on a bunch of candidates reminding you that you're "' years off than you ever
This source was found in a continue to give their full sup. before. r worse,
secret underground room In port to the United Nations and i
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 the State Department will work in close step to enable Six tobacco companies give the American Medical Association $10 million
it by statesmanship and to study cigarettes and health. There's another
ten million bucks in
SUBSCRIPTION RATES THERE IS housed a com- institutional Improvement to smoke. going up
munique computer (corn- fulfill Its responsibility and '
One y.*' . . . $2010 One Month . . . $175 corn) with a mechanism more satisfy the hopes of mankind *

Sl. Monthl . . $10.40 Week . . . . ,40Tkr ingenious than any other in ." The House passes the civil rights bill. NOW we'll all be like one great, big
.* Months .. S 5.20 Sunday Only Tees . $7.10 existence When statements Q. They agreed that France happy family snapping and sniping. every time we sit down to eat
of actual fact are fed into It, Is disuniting the Atlantic Al- *
this computer emits them In liance; but the PM told President Johnson proposes a memorial to God. It'll be tough'on the sculptor -
PuHlthod .'trn. ,,. .CCl pt S....,.*, ond on Sundoy morning by Likoland Nw.ppf Cor*, the form of diplomatic gobbledygook LBJ. he'd better forget about for he'll remember that it was LBJ who chased the spenders from the
Lkolnd. Florid' MI02 and unfailinglywith that multilateral nuclear temple.
the traditional phrase- force proposition.A. *
ology of contrived confusion. "Each government recognizes A fellow conquering the cigarette habit says he's down to a
How the machine does this that no (such) prog- day three packs of gum. three'packs



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Boy Scouts Have Largest Ranch II
count on Penncy'sto
Deadline Tomorrow Noon -

CIMARRON N.M. (AP-The teer leaders, Philmont Is a work- take the work out ofenne1lt
world' largest boys' camp Is Ing ranch said to )have the large
Reservation for ton I a h t'l be Installed will Include Melvin operated by the Boy Scouts of est remuda of saddle horses in
Boyi' Club board of directors' Estroff, Floyd Bowen Harvey America near Cimarron N.M, It New Mexico. Herds of buffalo : beautiful windows
annual dinner will be taken up Hardy and Willard R. Elsberry. includes 137,000 acres of range graze on its range lands along
to noon tomorrow, Carl Schowe, Newly elected directors of the and mountain land providing with Hereford beef cattle ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY'
director of the club, laid yesterday -club include W V (Benny) summer adventure for older I
Fenton Robert Evans Alan Scouts and Explorers. Its name Houdon's statue of George .
The dinner, which It Limber, Frank Fore, Mark Hoi is Philmont Scout tanch. Washington in Richmond, Va? .
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.-ALAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. II, 1M4

'" ... r.. I Cyprus Charges Turkey Making : Haven 'Negro

; Man Is Slain

Preparations To Invade IslandContinued i Another Held,

( From Page One-A) own troop and Informed sounc' delay action 48 hours, at Ball's tlon on CVprus by Turkey or WINTER HAVEN-A 38-year-

step to Insure that the dange e* said the British government request. Greece, coguarantors with Britain -old Negro mm was shot and

OUI situation which now prevails wa weighing' possible count In Ankara, where the situation of Cyprus' 1960 Independence -killed here last night during an

can be resolved with a full action In event of Interventionon appeared calm as Turkey began Cyprus I is still In the Commonwealth argument with another Negro. "

regard to the rights and respo its former colony. a three-day religious holiday and Britain has Listed ai dead was James
slbllltles" of government officials declined Deerworth, who died In the
Cyprus, Britain, about 10,000 troops there tryingto
Greece and Turkey and the Turkey Holds Off comment on the reports stamp out the brushfire vio emergency room of Winter Haven .

Greek and Turkish Cypriot com There were reports that the that Turkey was on the vergeof lence. Hospital.
the Intervention move it The shooting occurred short.
munities. I Turkish government planned to The third straight day of
threatened soon after the cur- ly after 8 o'clock last night.
the island left two
U.S. Delegate Adlaf E. Stevenson fighting on
intervene should Allied efforts Winter Haven
said in I rent crisis on Cyprus erupted in Turkish Cypriots dead and three police arrested
a subsequent statement fail to land an international December.A I Leo Gordon, 27, of 109 Avenue
wounded at 1he southern villageof
that Britain had asked
peace force on Cyprus but that U. S. official said Ball may Theudorus. Turkish Cypriots 0, NW. and charged him with
for the council meeting "after. Turkey decided Friday night to confer later with Prime Minis! Aylos there outnumberedabout murder. The shooting took
full consultation and in are
agree place in the 100 block
ter Sir Alec Douglas-Home, who of Avenue
ment with the United States." 40-1. P, NE In Florence Villa.
held an emergency Cabinet In
U.S. AskedTo A Brltlsy-nrranged truce
While U.S. and British diplomats meeting over the Cyprus situation the western towns of Polls and

-L& J4 sought agreement on Saturday morning. Douglas- Paphos-Ktima held fast Saturday : SATELLITE LAUNCHED
some last-minute solution, the Halt FECViolence Home also discussed the developments after tw4 day of violencetook VANDENBERG 'AIR FORCE
return of Turkish warships to
with Defense Minister
four lives The mood was BASE, Calif. (AP) The Air
their bases
brought a slight easing -
4 of tension In some quarter Peter Thorneycroft. outwardly calm In Nicosia, the Force launched a Satellite vehicle

] U. S. Undersecretary of State Fear Intervention capital, but I? miles to the east Saturday employing a
W Ball flew Informants aald British lead- police had to-act quickly to prevent Thor-Agena rocket combination.
George to London
from talks with Cyprus Pres ,(Continued' From Page One-A) ers were especially concerned a clash at Famagusta, Cy I No other details were an

dent Makarlos and Greek and 'lust grievances settled under the about the possibility of Interven- prus' largest,port. nounced.

Turkish government chiefs. He laws of the land, not by the law

A DAY FOR RtMEMBERINO-Tht rtbyilt key .f Mmte Ceiiine ..",.. .. e
w*MSl "lights C..."'. on creii .f Polish '01"'.,'. tenth .r Cnlne> (rely, ,..t.,,*.?. Twenty ye.n .. Secretary Richard A. Butler, If the federal government csn I @ttttartti .

U. S. Air F.rc. kemben "..tre,.* Ik* meyntalnte ...."..to" during WerM War II. The IZOOPoII.II Commonwealth Secretary Dun not patrol the right-of-way to
teldlen ,.ti. died, In the Allta' drive to conquer the mountain or* 1111,1. In a cemetery bolow can Sandys and other British :prevent violence endangering t ,

the .lIk,. AP Wirephete vie ceble from Rente) eaders. prevent' violence, endangering
the lives of citizens
Says Talks Useful :aid. th elnterstata Commerce!! ISHMAEL H. JOHNSON Ave. who was killed in an auto band, James W, Carroll; three

Americans Feel Bartow The Foreign Office talks las -' Commission should order -the Ishmael H, Johnson, 43, so, crash near Haines City Thursday -sonDavld Carroll, Winter Ha. .
Buoyant of Mr. M. Johnson 706 East hold at the ven, James W. Carroll Jr. Joliet
ed for more than two hours, railroad to cease operations.A H. : were yesterday -
I then broke up for supper. Leav copy of the telegram wentto Oak Street Lakeland, died yes. graveside in Lakeland Memorial HI.! and Charles R. Car.

Optimistic About FutureContinued SalesmanFound log the building, Ball told news Gov. Ferris Bryant. I terday In the Tallahassee Memorial Garden!;, with the Rev. Jo- roll, iHazelwood, Mo;, four sis.

men: "We have had some very One of two blasts that tore Into Hospital, it was learned seph B. Folds officiating. tenJj,Mrs. Alice Voyles, Bel.

( From Pace One-A DeadContinued useful talks. I don't think I can the underside of the train nip- yesterday. Pallbearer were Andrew vedrfe, 111, Mr1. Hazel Mc.

say more than that." tured a tank car carrying 37,0 Survivors Include his mother, Newberg, Charles Haywood, W. Bride, Elmhurst, 111, Mr*. ArnieSteiyard
despite our loss and our grief,, will pass a tax cut bill this yea Ball's peace mission has tak- gallons of butane gas and sent' Mrs. Myrtle Rudd, Tallahassee; G. Cooper Jr., Robert L. Trow- Mount Vernon, and

have to move on with It." and some kind of a civil right ( From Page One-A) en him to Greece, Turkey and alls of flame shooting high Into four sIsters Mrs. James McCoy ell, John P1ot Arthur T, Edwards Mrs. Ruth Llsenby. Alton, III;
The general feeling of optlmlsm .. bill. Mrs. Dan Adams, twtf/ brothers, Lloyd
I dead Cyprus itself, where President the air and into a wooded are Bradley; Sr., Carl Jensen and Ivan Askew
does not mean that the! As for international tensions, man' shoes approximately lakarlos Interna. An. Kenneth Roberts and Miss Jackson, Dukes Steen Funeral Mdunt Vernon, and Hall Askew.
rejected an to the southeast of the wreck i0acre
people are free from worries. there Is a general feeling that 50 feet from where the tional force free of U. N. control wooded area was burned Yvonne Johnson, alt of LakeLand Home was in charge of arrange Granite City, Ill, and six grand

On the contrary. even if trouble spot continue to body was found. to keep the warring factions ; four brothers, John, of ments. children.

Worries' Listed erupt around the world the nation Don Williams, ..slstant'' apart. over. Tallahassee, Gerald and Terry, I ,Funeral arrangements are
t. has learned to with Flames N.ar Houses both of Lakeland and Carlo telng completed by Mitchell Fu-
The presidential year of 1964 cope manager of the Ivory Brother But the week-long trip may A. W. IIEEMSTRA
find the electorate worried them. Crisis has become an everyday office In Bartow, reportedthat have been at least partially sue Ed Froman, assistant city fire Johnson, of Leesburg. Word has been received by feral Home here

about Red China and Berlin newspaper headline. essful, since the troop-loaded chief, said that if the wind had Services will be today at 3 Mrs. S. A. Brinson of 136 E -

and Communist advance in Many, for Instance, regard Webb called Williams'wIre Turkish warships maneuveringoff blown from the opposite dlrec o'clock in Tallahassee. Belmar St. that her brother, A SCOTT LEWIS' WILSON

Latin America, Inflation and Panama as nothing more than at about 6 o'clock Fri Cyprus shores returned to lion, or If the train had traveledone I W. (Bill) Heemstra, 44, passe AUBURNDALE
automation and unemployment, the Inevitable test of President day night. Turkish ports Saturday night minute loneer: before the MRS. GOLDIE STALVEYMrs. away Thursday In Burlmsam Lewis
Wilson._ 74. 307 E.;: I,
Goldie Stalvey, 74, of __mnn_ _Cf
racial strife the crime rate, Johnson by the ever prodding Check Not Picked Up The troop movement had blast, the flames would have Calif. I died -- -- 00' :
the national debt, extremists, Communists. There Is still a railed fears that Turkey ....a.about penetrated a residential area. Kathleen, died yesterday at Mr. Heemstra formerly II v/d/| He Thursday night at his home.
She was a native of Fort
Lakeland General Hospital. Meade
both right and left. strong conservative belief especially According to Williams, Webb to Invade the embattled "Another sabotage, another at' in Lakeland, having movedtoBurlingame and had
They worry about the surgeon In the South and the told Mrs. Williams that he had ill.nd-a she had threatened- tempted murder," was the way, was a native of Kathleen of Polk and 20 years ago. Ie 1913. In Auburndalesince
general's report on smok Midwest that the time has gotten a check he was supposed to i protect the lives of the Tursh -' W. L. Thornton chief FEC oper. a life.long was a veteran of World War II. He was member
member of a of the
come to call the Soviet Union's i officer described the bias County. She was a Besides Mrs. Brinson, hi is First
ing. They worry about the grow. to pick up In Bradley Cypribt minority, outnumbered -ting Church. Baptist Church of
ing problem of old folks in this bluff. But it is less aggressiveand However, Williams said the' by Greek Cypriots 4-1. It was the second big explosion the Kathleen include Baptist her husband, survived by his widow, 1 rfrs. He was a retired fern Auburndale I
Survivors cutter.
country and the lingering problems more restrained than reflected Even though a Turkish government -, along the railway in flvays Patricia Heemstra, a son, Lo te,
check for .
$182 SO had Thomas I. Stalvey; two daughters Survivors include two daugh.
of folks' They want In a similar mood sampling spokesman had ,aidthe Last Sunday, a dynamiteblast a daughter, Shawn, all of Jun.
young not been picked up yesterday Mrs. A. H. Glisson of Kathleen ters, Mrs. Mamie Blanchard of
better roads, they want better taken more than a year 17-unit naval task force wa hit another freight, strew. mgame; his father, A. 1W.
Mrs. Nelson Base of Auburndale and Mrs. T J.
and : Mul
schools, but they also look forward ago. Williams laid Webb only on maneuver, Greece was ing 30 of the train's 90 car along leemstra of Kalamazoo, MJ h., len of
''to some relief from' the elIn South Bend, Ind, scheduled was reported to have alerted its a busy road and Into a canal Bartow; two anna Fred Stalveyof and a brother, Robert of ort' Houston, Texas: a son,
to make
in of William L.
where stops Kathleen and Don Stalvey Wilson of Fort My.
burdens of taxation. they stopped making automobiles near Miami. I Jackson, S.C.
Fort Meade and Mulberry af. Ocala; four sisters, Mrs. Artie ers; and three sisters, two broth.
.tbere was little evidence
While there Is considerable There have been numerous Funeral services will be etd1
ter he left Bartow
Friday Beatles Josie ers, five
controversy over both subjects of despair. Lloyd Crother morning. dynamltings and derailments I Bryant of Kathleen, Monday morning at St. Hat grandchildren and four
Mizell of Orlando, Mrs. Murtle [reat-grandchlldren.
of the interviewed an auto finisher now unemployed since 11 nonoperating unions thew's Episcopal Church in ur-
a majority person Williams, who stated Webb Service
and \
after 22 at the railroad Jan. 13 J963, Edmondson of Auburndale were held yesterday
believe that years struck the ingame.
Congress Joined his firm last Living HighIn
only Nellie of Pasca. t the Kersey Funeral
Studebaker plant, said that unemployment after' the FEC had refused a Mr* Campbell Home

was the biggest did Wednesday not know, explained how much that he wage Increase. of 10.28 cents an goula, Miss; two brothers, Dennis RITES FOR MR. DUGGAN .4apel, with the Rev. James R.
money Miami Prlne and Fred Prine, both Aompson, of the
Strike HitsNational threat to his personal well being, Webb had In his possession. our. Funeral services for WilliamThomas pastor First
but still felt that "civil rights of Ocala; and two grandchil Sr. Bkptlst. Church, officiating
t But he added that he knewof ( (Tommy) Duggan Bkial
and taxes" would bethe two no reason why Webb wouldbe MIAMI BEACH (AP)- The dren. of 517 E. Orange St., who died niial was in Auburndale Me-

major Issues in tjha- presidential/ carrying any company Beatles, Britain' mop-headed Dominican Chief at Funeral 2 o'clock services tomorrow will afternoonat be held! Friday will be held at 10 o'clock Park.

campaign. money. sIngIng sensations, are doing tomorrow morning at the graveside -
Air LinesMIAMI Won't Do Much about the same thing on Miami I the Gentry-Morrison Funeral In Lakevlew Cemetery, with RS. EDYTHE SPENCER
Reported By WifeWebb's Exile Home chapel with burial In Oak
President Johnson's concern Beach that tourist do-night- Seeking Hill Burial Park. Friends Masonic Lodge 91 in charge, Mr INES CITY-Mrs. Edythe
(AP) NationalAir for poverty found a sympathetic 'disappearance first clubbing, swImming, boating and call the funeral home today Duggan was also a member of H pencer, 53, died at her home
Lines shut down Saturday ear throughout the land but not was reported by hi* wife, sightseeing. Home In PortugalLISBON at until the Shrine. in pencer Shores here!! early
11a strike of clerical workers too much optimism about an Charlotte, who called William Were it not for an entourage 9pm. Friends may call at Gentry.I F ay morning after a long ill.

The company, which serves imminent cure. I yesterday morning to report of photographers, and an unusu- AP GEORGE D. KIRKLAND Morrison Funeral Home today nE' She was a native of Lough.
49! cities, announced it was willIng Ray Davidson of Denver, an that her husband did not re al amount of hair they might Portugal former( president ) -- David Kirkland, 59, of from 3 until 9pm. m and had made her home
to comply with an appealby official of the Oil Chemical and turn home Friday night even go unnoticed.The Hector Trujillo, George died In he Loughman.Haines City
Dakota ,
Dominican Republicand 824 North
Secretary of Labor W. Wil. Atomic Workers Union and vice Webb was born in Asheville, four beatles-John Lenno' of the Bartow RITES FOR MR. ANTLEY ar since her birth. She was
American wife are seek.tng yesterday at a Hospital
lard Wirtz to chairman of the Colorado : N. C. and moved to Bartowsix Paul McCarney George Harrl- his Funeral services for
resume bargain. chapter home in exile here, after a short illness. He was a Henry a ember of the First Presby.
ing and service. of the American Civil Liberties -' years ago from Richmond, son and Ringo Starr-arrived in a new native of Geneva County, Ala., Alton Antley, of 72 West Lake' te n Church of flames Citv.

The striking Air Line Em Union, said he tensed "an' Va. He was a member of the Miami Thursday to prepare fornday's 'officials The Truiillos report. and Mrs. Truillos and came here six years ago. Apartments, who died Tuesdaywere rvlvors Include two- sons,
ployes Association ALEA- increasing awareness by prosperous .: McLeod Memorial Presbyter. television appearanceon held Friday afternoon alMt. t Rjbie
ian Church._ _HA__ was__ __ a_ veteran_ _!! !! _.. father, Charles Alton Mc. He was a carpenter and a Spencer Jupiter and
could ,not be reached for reaction people of the 20 per cent of World nm both n. the Ed Sullivan Show Some arrived here Friday member of the Church of Christin Enon Primitive Baptist t Cries Spencer of Winter Park;
War II
to Wirtz' request, which of- of the people in our country and Navy of their time ha* been spent. rehearsing -: from.aughlln Panama. Black, Ala. Survivors Include Church, with the Rev. Cecil Bast I t e sisters, Mrs. Rena M,

ferad mediator's services and who are desperately poor, butI Army.He is survived his widow but not all of it. Trujillo Is a brother of the his widow, Mr*. Etheirkland officiating. Burial was 11Mt. Klht: of Tampa, Mr*. Evelyn
suggested arbitration In event don't think this awareness Is Mrs. Charlotte by Webb Friday night the four, including -assassinated dictator Rafael ; one ion, George David -Enon Cemetery. H kina of Coral Gables, and
resumed negotiation failed to acute enough that much is gong ; one Lennon'i wife toured Beach i Kirkland Jr.. Lakeland; one I Pallbearers were Willie Turn.er .. It*. Dorothy Williams of Jack.
Miss Susanne Webb
resolve wage and day-night differential to be done about it this daughter Richmond Va. Gordon ., ghtspot*. They ate barbecued brother, Oscar Kirkland. Hartford W. C. Poston, Alton Douglas .. s Ivllle; two brothers, Aley
one son,
disputes. I year." Webb Richmond; Va. ribs and drank coke at one Ala.Funeral. Earl Alexander, Floyd Dea. iyes of Augusta, Ga., and Dot
About 1,800 NAL members of, Racial problems, on the other ; club, listening to music and services will be held son and Jimmie Watson. Gen. \, Hayes of Tampa; and five
lister Mrs. Earl Collier
ALEA, which Is affiliated with hand generated a good deal of one Richmond., watched young couple twisting 6 Charged In tomorrow evening at 4 o'clockat tryMorrisolFuneral Home was I mdchildren.ervlces .

the Air Line Pilots Association,! optimism."I Funeral at a second, then escaped newsmen the Gentry-Morrison Funeral tn charge of arrangements. : will be held at 2

AFL-CIO walked out a minute hopefully look for some being completed arrangement Whldden are long enough to visit another Italian Flood Home Chapel, with the Rev. lock this afternoon at the
after rnldnlght Saturday. real gains in legislation, with Funeral Home in Bartow. club on their own. Chalmer Lycans, minister of the RITES FOR MR. CASON ive Lane Funeral Home with

National had planned to continue probably a corresponding decrease Pose For Photo Church of God of Prophecy, ofclating. Funeral services for Orville' le Rev. Albert Reese, pastor ofJw
operating but decided not in racial tension" com- BELLUNO. Italy ID Sixmen Burial will be in Mt. :. Cason of 602 Griffin Road. First Presbyterian Church,

to do so after other unions representing mented the Rev. L. Sylvester Books The four posed for magazine responsible for runningthe Tabor Cemetery. Friends may; who died Wednesday, were held delating .
company employe Odom, Negro Methodist minis. Kennedy photographers at the plush Miami Valont Dam were charged can from 7 o'clock until 9 Friday night at the Gentry-Mor If

pledged support to. tho ALEA. ter in Denver. Are On Beach home of motel owner with manslaughter Saturday Inthe o'clock at the funeral home tonIght rlson[ Funeral Home chapel, wit t -
Wirtz proposed that strikers "One place In which we are WayTo Albert PolIsh, then went to apublic landslide and flood disaster the Rev. Darrell Joachim, pa, RITES FOR MRS. STEGER

return that NAL resume service -weakest, and as a minister I The beach for another round that killed almost 3,000 person ton of the First Chrlstia: WINTER HAVEN Servicesfor

and that talk be resumed hate to say this, Is In the stability LedgerA of photograph. last Oct. 9. MRS. JAMES RAMSAY HUNT Church, officiating. Burial wbe Mr*. Marguerite M. Steger

with mediation assistance : of the home," said the Rev. The group pent part of two Public prosecutor Arcangelo Mrs James Ramaay Hunt, 80, in Kansas City. j who died Thursday afternoon
NAL and ALEA had been negotiating -Sylvester Odom of Denver. second shipment of cop afternoons on a private yacht, Mandarino filed the charge died Thursday In Washington, I Gentry Morrison Funer after a long nines will be heldat

since last April, when Politicians in the 1964 cam lea of been"The Torch is Passed"has according to their publicity man against two electric company D.C., after a long Illness. Home was In charge of arranjj 10 o'clock tomorrow mornng .
their contract expired. All of paign will find the people opimistic sent to The Ledgerand "to get away from crowds" executives and four government She was the wife of the late 'ment 1 at St Paul' Episcopal
will be distributed to per Police, meanwhile, continuedto officials. He asked a magistratehere James Ramsay Hunt, professor I Church with
more than 70 bargaining points but not unrealistic, confident Dr the Rev. Fr. Cy
had been settled except for base but not complacent. Theyare sons aoon who as ordered arrive the book a* guard entrance to the Beatles to start a formal inquiry of neurology, Columbia I RITES FOR"'MS.. HEARt/ nil N. Sturrup, rector official

pay scales and differentials. hopeful of the future, a trio they hotel Teen-age girls, the management In preparation for a trial. University Medical School and Funeral services for Mrs. II.
The books, 55 of them ing.Burial
case could be sent to
The union sought a $60 raise ne impatient with the present. were shipped from Poughkeep- said, were doing all They and convict prisonfor founder of the New York Neurological -lie Ann Heard, 77, who dieJt t will be In Lakeside Memorial
20 if tried
three base off they could to get a glimpse ofthe years Institute, and mother Park.
over years on pay They can shrug foreign ale, N.Y., last Monday. ed. her Providence home Wed*s.day
ranging from $222 to $470 a crises but they expect action on singers. f Mrs. Boris Sokoloff, of Lake- were held Friday at fie Friend may call tonight from

month. The company offered domestic troubles. The American lana' Dukes-Steen Funeral Hom .(Ith 5 until I o'clock at the Crisp

S36 to $51 raises. dream of prosperity and Beside Mrs. Sokoloff, her sonJames the Rev. G. V. Underwoodfflelating. -Funeral Home chapel.

Eastern Air Lines and North ,happiness for all still possesses Ramsay Hunt Jr. ofashington Burial will be In fck--

east Air Lines began handling them, but they are beginning to D.C., six grandchildren -son County, Alabama I I
overflow passenger from wonder where the nation is and three great grandchildren The Underwood Trio sanftwo

NAL' idled flights. I heading spiritually. survive Mrs. Hunt. selections, accompanied b'trs. Dukes Steen
--- She was a member of St. Mat-
,Omogene Redish at the Kan.
f thew's Church. Bedford, N.Y., ukes-Steen Funeral Hoof was Funeral Home
and of Colony and CosmopolitanClubs. In charge of arrangement.

I -
: The services will be held to- MRS. ANNA CARROL 310 S. Florida

eent DEALER ,, _______________ day at St. Matthew's Church WINTER HAVEN-Mr Anna
Bedford, N.Y.SMini .
May Carroll 63-year-okf'Inter
Phone MU 2-3123
RAY BERWALD resident of 1049 30th. NW
S. PRENTICE died at about noon ) erday

flitpvnc.f a new ana* frvfnconspicveui fitarlnj aid Smith S. Prentice 67, died following a brief illneaiit Winocr ambulance service
Friday afternoon at his home at Haven Hospital.Mrs. I

607 Kerneywood after a long Illnell. Carroll, who M spent

THE NEW SPACE.AGE He was a native of Rock. the past two winters / Winter

ford, 111, and came to Lake- Haven, was a native rJDpeyke.

land only a week ago from m., and came he / from I AMBULANCESERVICE
jr- \ eiL Loves Park 111. He was a memo Mount Vernon, 111. fhe was I

_- her of the Methodist church. a member of Moo Vernon

I .i Companion He Is survived by his widow, Church of God. I a I year pkcit. call.

i Mrs. Freda Louise Prentice; two Survivors include er husTHORNpK -I avery boor .f the

sons, Eugene K. Prentice, assistant _, ____ IgKl asd day.
administrator of Lakeland -

TINY! IN SIZE..BIG IN PERFORMANCES &I General Hospital, and Don.aid !

S ;;mm hearing aid that defies Higher fidelity plus individual! I S. Prentice, of Tucson, Ariz.; M.EMORrA fO.ME.JIJJ .

companion.. modification control ; a sister, Mrs. Zella Queen ofChicaao .k :fle ,

a So lightweight; so comfortablt Sea Ikf luptrk nt* IMI II, ; three brothers Leo, ;t' 417 N. Mas*. Arc.
behind the tu you hays all COMPANION today. Clinto: and Stewart, all of Rockford -' ....... Phone MU 6-2133/
the freedom or movement you Com In, or call for FREE ; and three grandchildren .... ,"'.-- .
want in any activity t electronic led of bearing lots. Funeral services and burial j I -

will be in Rockford. Dukes-Steen
Funeral Home is in charge of HEATI// FUNERAL CHAPEL

BeIiote-* HEARING SERVICE arrangements here. I Air ,.""itlo,,... Chapel. Ptrkinf Let
BCATIIS SPLASH .IN OCIAN-The ',ltl.h ...tl.. iin,ina grasp were lured )"t. the wale oMloml 24 CUR

Btoch ,..t.", ., end turn1 the tokloi on the b,*. of
207 E. Lemon St. Ph. 682-3450 thorn with maCe,. From .left the unfors a,. John L."....., Foul' McCartney, Gu" Horiion, end Rio,. | Funeral services for OrmondR. FOST E. HEATH, Funeral Director

5,.,. (AP Wirephote) 4 I| Harrell, of 612 S. Ingraham, LIme "d Ingroham Phone' 682-0111



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Issue of Vatican stamps to helpIn
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation the campaign to save indent:tary of State Tom Adams Satur
'day appointed a key figure In
STATION H. L. W. Palm Beach ...... 79 63 Kansas City ........... 35 33 4E Nubian monuments from being his campaign for a new term.
Daytona Beach ....0. 80 55 Atlanta ..... .......... 44 41 Little Rock ........... 53 49 lost under the Nile waters of the He named Mrs. Hazel Talley,

Ft Lauderdale ...... 80 65 Baltimore ............. 37 19 Los Angeles .......... 62 48Lulsvllle Aswan Dam. Bradenton political figure and

Fort Myers ......... 83 59 Birmingham: .......... 53 47 Milwaukee; ......................... 39 31 25 14 The series, to be Issued March civic worker, II his state wom

Gainesville ...........78 44 Charleston ............ 62 43 Mobile ............... 71 52 10. will be valued at I.5. 3. II.5.:en's chairman. Mrs. T a 1 I1 I e

Jacksonville .......... 77 49 Chattanooga .......... 43 36 Montreal.............25 3 and 30 cents. They will depict is Democratic committeewomanfrom
Key West ............ 79 67 Chicago ............... 34 28 New'Orleans .......... 73 56 Nubian monuments Manatee County. _
LAKELAND .......... 80 t: Cincinnati ............ 37 20 New York ............. 39 27
Miami ................ 78 62 Cleveland ............37 19 Philadelphia .......... 38 23
Orlando .............. 81 55 Dallas ................ 51 41 Pittsburgh ............ 39 19
Pensacola ............ 65 58 Denver ............... 32 5 St. Louis .............. 35 43 ilr l
Sarasota .............. 79 55 Detroit ................ 37 25 Savannah ............. 67 45 this is aDEMON '
Tallahassee ..........68 50 Houston ..............62 51 Seattle ................ 45 30 t
Tampa ...............77 52 Indianapolis .......... 38 25 Washington ........... 39 26

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knew how t* cape with the perking. problem.. It rolled *yt of perking spore ,,11., nlgkt
down Mlnourl/ Avenue end onto the front lawn of the Ledger building, coming to perfect holt I

,,, without hitting .,,"" 1.... Apperntly. th. con cast read very well, however ........., II this phot I you haven't met this
how.. It Ignored th* "00 Not ht,," dins (Ledger Photo By Harper I follow, Its become you (I* _
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Midwest Hit Soviet Union Draws Up or your you'v tax problems bn leaving with ...

okw By Heavy New Agricultural DriveMOSCOW smart H It's &the R beit BLOCK.folks thing og.to Most do..., 1m] 5

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..jritrw Wttdoy Saes l Snowstorm (AP) The Soviet workers to double and treble; :t.'O':-visit H & R UP

(,Igaaee slww ..eh !fI".wi".. bpedW4 Nrlgrl s ass Communist party's Central farm output in the next few BLOCK TONIGHT.
Committee ended a marathon .
........ PI .lpOe sea MN UEONtms+ t..1t toss. ,....... By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA plenary meeting Saturday by officially years "in order to have enough We ....,...,._ iiri" fnfmnlin. of awry te. ..tyr.., It
blinding snowstorm that calling a halt to Premier foodstuffs for the country" I "'. make any *"... 'h cot yea sop ,.nolty .r lnl.i.rt.
... .. .......
tl H I.
The Central Committee, theparty's wt ".V > y "
Snow li likely" re *tnd from th. Ohio Valley .trwrd through the ....t..1! Appolochloni IntoIk blanketed some sections up to a Khrushchev's 10-year effortto
New Enlnd, ttefei Su....,. Snow .. b foreceit for the northern Rocklet' end plereen region, foot or more swept across the Increase farm production by ,top governing body Issued
end Greet Code ...10... Rein showers probably. will k* evident In the P.clf..o.thwaR AP Wire Midwest on Saturday, creating expanding farmlands.A a It-point for list of recommendations H&R3c'cxs :co.
Improving lag
photo M.pWeatfiercast> hazardous driving conditions I resolution adopted at the
while a similar storm began developing -windup session of the six-day ging agricultural methods. 5.5..,,', tanmt Tee ..rvjew. tot ottxm Aorm tht U,>.
In the Far West. I meeting, said the time had cometo Most local of the officials points simply to correct ordered 106 West Walnut St.
A Four inches or more of new, switch to modern Intensive
;Wit. shortcomings exposed at the, Wkdeyi. 9 A.M. t* 9 P.M., Sot end S... '.S. Pk. 6K-19SI
teutrr snow fell on top of six inches or farming methods I
Lakeland's skies were expected .3.w more already on the ground In' Paying tribute to Khrush plenum by various speakers. __ rsea PANNING NO .O'.TM..T' .e..lly

to become clearer to AMiMII 'sections of Missouri Iowa Nebraska chev's direction of farm policy
day with cooler temperatures Illinois Indiana., Ohio the resolution said that "In the
expected. Scattered showers and Kentucky. last 10 years much has been
were expected to end today ZONE FORECASTSA I Kearney Neb., reported 12 done for the advance of Soviet
followed by a clearing trend. : Fair and cool. Highest "
riches of snow on the groundand agriculture.
In the60's 54 to 58. Small craft warnings
High temperatures still falling Loup City,
It called the Soviet leader'ascheme
were forecast with winds displayed. Northerly Neb., caught 11 inches. Vichy,
for plowing millionsof
from the northwest 15 to 25 12 to 22 knots.B Mo, reported 6 Inches of new up
F acres of arid virgin lands of
miles hour. The forecast : Clearing and turning Ew
per snow and Columbia. Mo., 4 Kazakhstan "an exceptionally O. DOWNTOWN
called for temperatures to colder. High in the 50s. South. inches
drop further tonight nearing erly winds 15 to 23 miles an important contribution to the
Elsewhere throughout the of all branches of
the danger point in the northern hour briefly higher In showers progress agriculture
shifting to northwesterlyand Midwest the snowfall measuredsix I
part of the state.
diminishing. Small craft inches or more. Hazardous The document published In CI
warnings displayed.C driving warnings were postedfor the Soviet government paper Izvestla .
D: Clearing and turning northeast Missouri extreme called on agricultural
Drive To Aid colder. High in the 50s. wwwns southeastern Iowa and for most

Southerly winds 13 to 25 of Illinois Indiana and eastern CEYLON OPENS TRADE (
Bartow Man miles an hour higher in shower btI ,% Kentucky. COLOMBO Ceylon (AP) -
shifting to northwesterly. Rain ShowersIn Ceylon under a new $8-mlllion
Small craft warnings dis agreement with Yugoslavia will AND
an hour shifting to northwest. ,the occasional -
addition to snow 9
Short $700 played. export manufactured products,
By E: Clearing and cooler. erly this morning. rain and showers fell tea, rubber and coconuts In ex- "#fA FRIDAY
High In the 60s. Southerly H, I: Few showers and turning over much of the area from the change for engine oils cement, "" IJ PM1FFLIcIc4j
BARTOW-A drive to raise cooler. High to 72.Southerly Lower Mississippi Valley and .
winds 15 to 25 miles an hour t:620: sugar, electrical equipment and TIL
$1,500 to guarantee a long-time higher In showers shirting to wind 15 miles eastern Gulf states northwardto heavy vehicles
arthritis victim of expenses dun northwesterly early today.Small an hour shifting to northwest the Ohio River,

ing an upcoming stay at Win craft warnings die erly.J Muscle Shoals Ala? received George Washington bathed at
ter Park Hospital is more than played.F K: Partly cloudy. Chanceof 1.30 inches of rain Saturday.In Berkeley Springs, in presentdayWest
; G: Considerable cloudiness a shower and turning cool the Far West a developing Virginia in 1748 and was
$700 short.The with showers this mornIng er this afternoon. High 75 to snowstorm brought warnings so pleased he built a cottagenearby.
John Lowe Fund was clearing and cooler this 80. Southerly winds 10 to 20 of perilous driving conditions .
started In an effort to raise afternoon. High 65 to 70. miles. an hour shifting to north In western Utah, much of.
funds for John Lowe who Is Southerly winds 15 to 20 miles westerly this afternoon.IGasoline eastern Nevada and southeastern

scheduled to undergo a vital Idaho.

hip operation on Feb. 26. New Tax Rates SalesIn moderate Seasonal weather temperatures conditions and

Paralyzed prevailed over most of the eastern .
To Be In Effect
Lowe has been paralyzed for Florida third of the country with a
28 years, but orthopedic treat. few subzero readings reported.
ment has caused sure improvement About March I
In his condition. If all goes Show Increase
well he will be able to sit up Pending final approval of the Cyrus Eaton
for the first time since he was tax reduction bill now before JACKSONVILLE (APLast

stricken after the Feb. 26 opera Congress new withholding rateson year's volume of gasoline salesIn Begins VisitIn

tion.An payrolls are expected to go Florida was 3 per cent higher MoscowMOSCOW
orthopedic surgeon who Is into effect about March 1, aa than in 1962 slightly above the
donating his services will Insert nounced Laurie W. Tomlmson, national average increase, the
plastic bearings in Lowe's district director of Internal State Chamber of Commerce reported (AP)-Cyrus Eaton

arthritis-crippled: hips. revenue Jacksonville.New Saturday. Cleveland Ohio Industrialist.
and friend of Premier
Friends of Lowe are seekingto withholding tax tables The total Florida volume of ; arrived In Moscow the I
raise the money to finance lave been mailed to all Florida taxable highway-use sales was ,Soviet news agency Tass reported .
the hospital expenses. Persons employers so employer can prepare 1.98 billion gallons during 1963 ; Friday.
wishing to make a donation' in advance of passage of An additional million gallonswas Eaton and his wife were
should telephone Mrs. Clyde the tax bill to make the necessary used for farm and other tax I greeted by a high-ranking delegation .
Simmons his long-time nurse In changes In their payroll ,exempt purposes and on military I ; of Soviet officials led by
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A LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. II, 1961 I
Four Governor

Ledger Officials Deny

I Hopefuls Speak

Rumor Ink Kills Bugs TLLif1 j

I pI Out But MildlyPANAMA
Officials at The Lakeland Ledger has a greater Insect ,

Ledger yesterday denied that deterrent power than either i \
rG t. I* fI
there basil the Tribune the St I I
was any to the Tampa or CITY (AP) upgrade admission requirements .

rumor that the Ink used in Petersburg Times He addedhe Four candidates for governor to turn back applicantsthey \I

printing the paper contained had tried all three. I of Florida three Democrats could not accomodate.

insect polsor. Flint Ink Corporation. the and a Republican Burns said annual sessionsof .
The Ledger has had several company that supplies The I. spoke out on the Issues of reapportionment the legislature' as proposed
calls Ledger with :ink told the newspaper taxes and by some "petty politicians"would tI
recently inquiring as I tr
be nothing more thana
that higher education yesterdaybut
whether the ink would kill Insects yesterday no poisons
If the pests crawled over of any kind were used In still kept their big cam way for them to keep their

it. Two of the callers stated the manufacture of their product i paign guns spiked. hands on the schools

that they used The Ledger to The company stated that Five other candidates did Mathews Hits Back

line the shelves in their homeland the newspaper ink would haveno i not show up for a Florida Mathews countered with the
harmful effect on either Junior Chamber of Commerce
that they had noticed a argument that the bond issue
remarkable absence of bugs insects or humans "The same governmental affairs forum In was made necessary when the
afterwards. ink is used in most all Hor municipal auditorium
1961 legislature failed to estImate
One man contended that The Ida's papers, the Flint i Three lent /word that bad accurately future college
spokesman continued, "and if flying weather and the Na enrollments.
Insects showed preference for tional Air strike kept
Lines He said Burns' petty politician
SINUS SUFFERERS one newspaper over another it I
them away. statement was an attackon
had nothing to do with Ink. -
Those present at the Jaycees -
TRY OUR I, the Democratic processesand
The Ledger Circulation winter conference were that annual legislative

SUPER COLD CAPSULES Manager, Richard Kearley, _eM Sens John Mathews Jr of sessions were required to

With t IntrodionriT said he was unaware if any Jacksonville and Scott Kellyo handle Florida's affairs in a
of his carrier boys were using f Lakeland, Jacksonville
trine Fait RcllofN businesslike manner
Stomach Up.. the poison story to sell subscriptions Mayor Haydon Burns the Holley said Florida was
Kearley stated he Democrats and Republican driving toward mass educa
12 Capsules 98c would talk to his carriers tomorrow Rep Charles Holley of Pinel- tion, rather than quality edu-

GOVERNOR CANDIDATES TELL WHY-Nora .,. four tl Mathews Jackianville San. Scott Kelly, lakeland. madararar Us County, j cation, by attempting to pro-

FLORIDA PHARMACY Ha nine ubarnaroriol eendidorei to Mil e Panama City fathering Bill Grave, Jacksonville 10,. Chariot Halloy, St ..erartbura. and Some Sparks Fly vide the physical facilities for
911 N. Man A.o. I Rhode Island was last of the anybody who wanted a higher
Lakeland, Fl.. 13 colonies to ratify the U.S. why Chap should .ke th* ttate's nut top "H' Tha thr fi.. were Jacktonvilla Mayor Haydon lurni, AP Wlrephotet' Some' sparks were generated education. He said he didn't

waathor. from Taft San John in the one hour televised
Constitution. p.uedd dua ta bad flying oral agree .that everyone had the
discussion h Burns .
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I I .1 I charged that wf :e legislaturewas right to a higher educationand r rI
that he was opposed to rI
had some petty politicians the bond plan because all of I
who tampered with higher Florida had to for It, not I
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND education,. just those who benefited.
Burns also took a new tack Panel moderator Bill
on legislative apportionmentwhen
Groves, a Jacksonville newscaster
he said an outside Influence
asked whether Florida
such as the federal faced the need for additional

I/il SAVE UP TO $10O court was necessary to re revenue, and if so whether
\ on n incffittficcii. Maymivoxcliiriiiff solve the problem. the candidates favored higher
While he did not advocate ,
bond financing
that the court step In, he said taxes or

-T:1: III our big fuctovy authorized unmutl stile that as long as the current See Revenue Need ,"

membership of the legislature Mathews and Burns said
( apportioned Itself no governor would need additional
( lvi FOR A LIMITED TIME would have any success revenue at the next session.

pushing a plan of his own. ,f Mathews said I the present
Stand services could
Opposite level of state
be maintained, withoutnew
took the directly not
Sen. Kelly
taxes. Kelly said there
stand that no out-
was no need for new taxes in
BROTHERS needed and
side Influence was
1965 and that many useless
that Florida should handle re- .
expenditures could be cut out. 0
apportionment Holley said he expected the
Burns said the news media
demand for more state spend
stereo Theatre over-emphasized reapportion
ing to continue but added that
meat and that most decision
should not have -to
Florida I
affecting Floridians wer 1
408.8O made the governor and raise taxes again.
now on1U Burns called for an analysis
cabinet, and not the legislature ti i
of Florida's money problems

Big 280 sq. In. UHF/VHF TV All. candidates tald that|' in answer to the : question

e FM and selective AM radio ideally, one house should be about revenue.
e Clearest, sharpest picture you've ever seen I II on the basis of population and Kelly said he would push

e Magnavox Silver Seal Warranty: 90 days service, a full year I z,,' ? the other on geography and for repeal of of the 1963 tags.increasein
6 the cost
all and tubes
on ports economic Interests. .
Powerful stereo amplifier; four hi-fi speakers ,, Burns made ms petty poll. The candidates all route agreed for
that the proposed
In discussion
.c ticians charge a
Interstate 10, an east-west
i < f t of how Florida's' higher edu north

stereo FM and FM/AM .i rt cation ,system compared with, Florida superhighway should across swing south

other states for r the to the Gulf Present plans: are
radio He said proposals
phonograph : future of higher education In 'I'to'run! the. highway'far Inland r

/ the $75 mil .
L.wi./i Florida, such as
All candidates also) promIsed -
construction bond Issue .
248.8O for speedy com-
Host ollly 11/ were not based on the proper to push 95 down I IFiorlda'i
J JS of Interstate
statistics and that school administrators pletion
forced to east coast
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Brown, Lakeland; Susan La AccidentsDo

vonne Brown, Jupiter: Cheryl
Darlene Eddy, Winter Park:,
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Linda Suzanne Hum, Satellite
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of an
"Action-Zone" automatic washer Beach, Margaret Ann Kincaid, Don't feel bad if the answer
Old Town, Barbara Ruth Parks
is no. Most persons don't but
Cocoa Beach, Joyce Ann'Pen-' should

5198 dleton, Rome, N. Y., and DonnaDarnell ,they Yesterday the Florida High
4 ,
Smith, Tampa I way Patrol made available to
Omicron Pi Wendy
Alpha booklet "Whatto
the public a on
Family size washer with 12-pound clothes capacity Lynn Anderson, Ft. Lauderdale, Do In Case of an Automobile

Action-Zone washing washes all clothes under water, where detergent, Roberta Marcia Eisen, :Tarry-Fuhrman -,Accident"
N. Y Pamela Kay
water and 3-ring agitator gets every piece really clean town. West ;Salem Ohio? Susan; The free pamphlet preparedby

e Automatic dispensing of bleach, detergent and dye Gayle Herndon, Jacksonville: the with Florida the Florida Bar in Highway cooperation -

A cycle) for every fabric; automatic lint disposal Janice Sue King College Park Patrol, shows step-by-step whata
I Ga., Mary Frances Lake, Gordon person should do if he has
O Town. Jamaica: Donna Car

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VanHuss, Pompano
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identify the other driver witnesses
Miami. f take notes-fill put accident -
e Dries clothes breeze-fresh, safer than sunshine Delta Zeta Montine J. information form and
Cleveland. Jacksonville! ; Karen diagram, arrests, when to leave
e Heat or no-heat drying for every fabric Elaine Hornbeck, Carbondale,
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Special wash and wear setting for wrinkle-free drying Pa.; Carol Irene Noecker, Or inform insurance company -

No-stoop lint screen is right at door cleans in seconds lando, Barbara Jayne Skelton, pay nothing, select your
Miami, and Elizabeth M. Traen- own lawyer and comply with

Maas' Appliances kle, Lakeland. the financial responsibility law.
Zeta Tau Alpha BarbaraJ. In back of each of the pamph-

McKinley, St. Augustme, lets are accident Information
Daphne Camille Pike, Miami; forms to be kept In the glove
Robbye Lee Price, Chattanooga:
of the
NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY Tenn.; Mikal Jeanne Routsong, compartment ready use if there is an car accident

Largo, and Kathleen Lois Smith, .
1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE Pa rrlsh.I The patrol urged persons who

I Kappa Delta Margaret da( not have a form, nor do not
len Biermann, River Vale, N. EI-j; know what to do, to go to the
I Bernice P Crawley station and pick one up.

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United Fund Parade Termed SuccessAs Sex, Drug Probe r_ LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday. Feb. It. ItSt -t-A

Calls Answered Youth Admits Jewelry Theft'{ I

WINTER HAVEN-A 16-year- another youth with him In the

Campaign Kickoff Draws NearThe By Crackdown old expensive boy has watches admitted and taking eight two said store was not involved, police

fraternal rings from Eden field's The youth wa referred to
Jewelry tore here Monday afternoon juvenile authorities in Bartow
United i"'nd parade, colorful parade ken in recent Ing before several hundred movie made for the cam land police 'department for Opposition demand for an investigation All of the merchandise was recovered

marking the opening of the year" people who lined the parade paign. controlling pedestrian and vehicle of lex and drug pad. The youth, who was appre .
1964 campaign wa held as The parade originated at route. Following the truck wa traffic during the hour- dung In I government hostel hended Wednesday, confessed
scheduled yesterday with 29 the New Civic Center and The complete event took the Florida Southern College for member of Parliament has that he grabbed the merchandise Carnauba wax comes from a
unit participating long paradeState valued at $500, and wax palm that in Bri
followed a line of march west one' hour from beginning to Honor Guard and then the faded before a promise by grow
The turnout of spectator on Main Street to Florida end. Leading the parade city official Fund official HOUM from the store He laid that IlL
and the number of unit in Avenue and returned to the wa* one of the city* fire and representative of all of Speaker Hugh Fernandao -
the parade prompted United civic center via Lemon Street. truck, carrying John Run- the participating member Industry crack down
Fund official to term the An estimated 2.500 people yon, five-year-old youngster agencies of the fund took The\: House of Representatives First to Church -Then to Dinner
parade the "longest and moat took part In the parade pass- who star in the special part In the parade DevelopmentMeeting bit\\been having a running de.

Four school band were in. bate on charge that girls, pan SUNDAY SPECIAL
eluded In the parade: Lakeland Asked
deren drug peddler and ROAST
High School Band Ro-
chelle High School Band ORLANDO (APThe'ch.lI'- drunk infested the mansion Sirloin Of BeefWith
that taken
Lakeland Junior High School was over from a
Band and the Southwest Junior man of the Florida Council ol f r Ceylon millionaire In 1956 for Cornhreod Dressing, Snow. 8T
High School Band 100 proposed Saturday night *I the use of parliament mem flok. Potorees, Buttered Carrots,
b' Fund official credited Mal one-dsy conference Industrial 1 t >ers. "...b.."; Muffins, Tee, Coffee,
sl or Coke. Dessert.
colm Barnum of Campbell development of Florida
Raleigh W. Greene Jr.. speaking '
Rug Cleaner for the
Birnum to an insurancemen conve
parade' luccess I I.
a sy serving as volunteer promotion tints aid thatch agencies concerned I I

committee chairman for with recruiting Industry 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE tr I I I '
the fund
campaign Hook
should participate, He suggested PH. 682-4141
a member of the committee,
was parade director. that It be held when the State c/Vra Repres.ntinefejhhg DOWNTOWN

A Hook and Barnum expressed Industries Exposition I I. held I, \fl Amerlcon 2637 S. Fin Ave 219 E. Main St.
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New Greek ParliamentTo : ;, Kills 4 And 1 ,

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Be Elected Today Then HimselfATHENS viOro

Ohio (AP-Author aP e1 17hlca rr n..o wee
ATHENS Greece (AP) corner arguments that centered itles said a former mental patient '
Greeks elect a new Parliament largely on one question: I killed himself Saturday, ,k6Y

today under clouds of the Cyprus Will any single part win an ending 14 hours of terror In a
crisis absolute majority In the 300 ? hill district In which four per-

'Elections under threat of seat one.house Parliament and sons were killed and two other

war," said a headline in one of be able to name a stable government h wounded.
Athens' leading afternoon newspapers ? 1w Sheriff Harold Shields said

Another paper reported A general election last Nov. 3 1 ; Rudy Zamora 20, a worker on

: "Fears of a Turkish invasion -failed to give any party control, ra .l .a the farm where the slayings oc
In Cyprus" leading King Paul I to call for curred put a shotgun to his
The general public appeared new balloting. The major parties stomach and fired Just as a 15-
unruffled Greeks bought news are: man posse was closing in on

papers with the scare head, The Center Union, headed by bim.
lines then went back to stree George Papandreou 76, twice a Shields said the posse was a 4 i',
within 30 yards of the hunted
SUNDAY DINNER rightist National Radical .y : man when the shotgun blast
rang out In the southeaster
INCLUDES Union headed by Panayotis Ohio hills six miles southwest of
Kanellopoulos, 61, also a veteran here.
PRIME RIBS politician

OF BEEF The United Democrat Left a : 100 In Posse

Moscow.line successor to the u. More than 100 law enforce-
J u
$2.00ROAST outlawed Communist party Its ment officers and volunteershad

leader is John Passalides, 79, a been pressed Into the
LEG ,physician born In Moscow. search for Zamora after the

OF LAMB I bloody scene was discovered at
In the farm home of W M. Wild ;w.
i Brazil had two emperors ,
$1.85 its history: Dom Pedro and his man and his family early Fri. .

son Dom Pedro II day night.
Other Selected Killed In the massacre were
APPRECIATION CONCERT-Claudo 1. Jenkins, provident of the Lakeland. Llncoli.Mtrei.ryCo Wildman 57; his wife, Mildred DISPLAY WINNER-Th.t outdoor wane, depicting "0..1,...

Appetizing Meals HEMORRHOIDSFissures ., conducts the Lakeland. Senior High School band In a lelectlon' during ." appreciation concert 80; their son, Eugene, 14, and Re.," tragedy of ancient Greece, won first ploc In fh..aaual
I by the band .t tha auto firm's frond opening ,..to...,. The band provided the concert to thank Geneva Pierce, about 26, the Crook Wook dliplorl of Florida Southern College frararnitiae and
'from $1.40CHEFETERIA Fistulas and Jenkins for hie help In tka campaign t* rolie $7,000 to seed th* band t. tha Cherry BloeiomFtitlvol dead couple's widowed daugh orerltloi. It b the work of members of PI Kappa Phi fraternity and

other Rectal Diseases In Wathlngton; In April. The Bond Parente Aiiaclatlon will continue planning for tha ter. Sign Slam* Sigma ..,ority. II..""....", 'In the edging were
11110.' 150 ".M. successfully treated by I trip at moating Tuesday night .t 7:10: 'clock In tho band room at tha high. school (L...., Phot. Wounded were Patricia Wild Thote Chi -* Alpho Omll,.. PI end Sigma Chi Alpha Dolt "I.

NON-SURGICAL By Hugh.il man 22, and Danny Pierce 6.

e4d (- methods.NO Patricia's and It nephew was Patricia's, They tele escaped .- Lakeland Man Wounded

LOSS OF TIME THE BEST APARTMENTSIn Chicago phone call from a neighbor's I
I home that brought deputies to
DR. EARLE RABB Town Are Advertised In The LEDGER Classified the scene. Eleven Times In FightOne

CLINICN.D.. LivestockCHICAGO Patricia and Danny were taken -
1718 lekeland Hill. Blvd
Sam Location 24 Years I "h. CY 1.4230Pins.., H.... j Section. Check Them Now! to Sheltering Arms Hospital

I __ __ ._ __ _. ____ _u.____ .._ where they were In fair and man was knifed several [their home and started an argument
(AP) Followings good condition respectively. times and another beaten about i with Mrs, Davis Davis

a summary of the hog cattle 3 Others Unharmed the face during a fight which ,was asked by Sorrells to be
and sheep markets for the erupted early yesterday morning quiet and then Davis left the
week: Three other persons were In by the north side of the house. Sorrells told officers

(USDA) Slaughter steers the home when the shootings playground at Lakeland Junior. that Davis kept pacing up and
25.50 lower slaughter heifers occurred officials said but they High School. down in front of the home

steady to 25 lower, cows 50.1.00 were unharmed. Still in the Patrolman W. L. Creamer shouting and causing a disturbance
higher, bulls steady house when deputies arrived and L. W Crow who investigated ; .
were Dean, 2, and David Pierce,
Slaughter steers: Several load the Incident, Identified That's when Sorrells went
choice and 1000-1185 Ibs 3, sons of Mrs Pierce. he men as: outside to talk with Davis Sor
225023.00, bulk prime high choice and Dale Pierce 5, also was In Joseph Calvin Davis, 38. of rells said Sorrells told officers
prime 1200-1400 lbs 21.50-22.25. the house but he escaped with 722 E. Oak St. He was cut 11 that he was struck by Davis and '

pyICT00 gcor load lots prime 1200.1375 lbs his wounded brother Danny times about the stomach and then pulled a knife and swungat
I N, three loads 1200.1250Ibs and they were found walking best and required 191 stitches Davis three times
pN 22.50 on Monday, this the along a highway by a motorist to sew his wounds. He was released Davis knocked him down,
lowest top on prime over 1200Ibs Deputies and volunters spent from Lakeland General Sorrells related to officers.s got
1 since October 1946 Choice the night searching the rugged Hospital and taken to the city on top of him and kept hitting
..wwDAYS 900.1150 Ibs 217522.50 bulk terrain around the farm after jail where he was charged by until officers pulled him off

choice 1100.1300 Ibs Patricia said Zamora was the ,police with participating in an When questioned at the police
compared grade 1300.1450' Ibs slayer Shields said. affray. station Davis could not say ex
After the shotgun blast was actly what did happen Mn.
( 9502100, load good 950 Ibs Assault Charged
,,21.75. card, deputies found Zamoraon Davis gave relatively the same
I Slaughter heifers: Choice 800- the ground with the gun lying Milton Douglas Sorrells 22, story as Sorrells told officers.
l jY 1100 Ibs bulk 21.00- beside him.Public 203 W. Peachtree St., was beaten The matter was under investigation -
121.50. high choice and prime about the face and mouth. He officers said
held the Lakeland
was being at
850.1025 Ibs 22.00-22.25. few load .
Police Department for investation !
high choice and prime 1060.1100 DisplayOf
I of assault with a deadly Floridians
Ibs 21502175 good under 1000

COMPARE RCA VICTOR lbs 19502050 ) Hooked Rugs weapon.Creamer and Crow said that Third
Bulls: Utility and commercial when they arrived on the scene Eye Party

18002000. SouthernA they found Davis kneeling over
I Set At
Hogs Compared with last the fallen Sorrells and hitting ORLANDO (AP-Thirty peo-
Friday barrow. and gilts under pie got together in Orlando Saturday
him with both fists
New Vista IgOOg@1 : 230 lbs steady to 25 lower, colorful display of hooked Davis was rushed to the hos- and decided that if Sen.
'heavier the Goldwater R.Ariz. and
weights steady to rugs will be open to pub- pital and Sorrells was taken to Barry ,
I strong, sows steady to 50 high'er '. Ilc, tomorrow through Friday at the police station for question- Sen Strom Thurmond D-S.C.,
Florida Southern College are not nominated for the presidency .

YOU HAVE TO HEAR IT TO BELIEVE IT! I Barrows and gilts: On the The exhibit will be open daily ing. of their parties, a third
close mostly 1 and 2 200.220 lbs from 8 a.m, to 4 p.m. in the In. I Fight Described party would be necessary.

15.50-15.75, moderate number at ustrlal Arts Department of the i Creamer and Crow related The group also voted to change
15.75 'and around 50 head Ordway Arts Building. that Sorrells told them he and its name from "Florldians for
JS/ewVistd STEREO Complete with FM-AM and reached I 16.00 for the week's top. The rugs were designed and his sister Grace Davis, had Strom Thurmond for President"to

(t Top last week 16.00. Bulk" mixed hooked by Walter Nottingham been living at 203 W. PeachtreeSt. "Florida Conservatives." The
1-3 190.230 Ibs closed, professor of art at Wisconsin for five months His sister vote took about two hours
FM STEREO RADIO 230250 Ibs 14501500 2 and 3 State College.AII.Girl. and Davis had been separatedfor They agreed to send a dele
'250.270 Ibs, 270.300 lbs nine months, Sorrells said gate from each Florida congrestional .

13.50-14.0. Crew and he told officers that Davis district to the nominating
SOUND UNBELIEVABLY TRUE-Come Sows: 1-J 35-400 Ibs 1275- had been following Mrs Davis convention of both parties; If
in and Compare 13.00, 2 and! 3 450.500 Ibs 12.25- Sued to their home to try to effect a they are not successful in getting
J2.75, 500400 lbs 11.SO.12.25. Skipper reconciliation Goldwater and Thurmond

1IDI I Sheep Compared with late For DivorceSAN Early yesterday morning, elected, they would seek to create -
: last week slaughter lambs 25-50 Sorrells said Davis came to the third party.LAKELANDEIt'S .

___. wwv.xnr.. ..... Proelolon I 1tINll,."'.'" reear I p atI lambs.higher Wooled mOlt advance on wooled JOSE Calif. (AP) -tee
I ........ ... oil aiae _..... Mtha I slaughter ewes Quinn skipper of a sailing T
.."'. Maad Inter.",1... HI ores a rh steady sic ct
_.,.MC -....... Mine.tlM atabUlBfr ..* h I \ f A + ,1,1I I Wooled slaughter lambs closIng ketch with an all girl crew, has
i been sued for divorce in San rUy
aBiantifieatl MeNMN. ._ sales choice and prime 96 t ,I d
t '. Let ...,,,.. mnter role wear. Shut* 103 lbs 2190, good and choice Jose Calif. Mrs. Mary Ann it ,
...;;..M.._..._ 1 eff artar IMI roeer*. C.n ko 80.115 Ibs IUo.21.00. Quinn had said earlier they .t k..
.. .. Newt( manually W aalid. Hickor Wooled were parting as friends +
"'" twitch n A slaughter ewes cull to 1
eermite true
me no 01
'"": 't''a. ,:' operatran. Mukkar.m otto. 1IV good S.50.7.00. Quinn previously announcedthat : llJ .. f
',: I turntakle Mimrti raoerda oeroao he planned to marry one of i +
M.Ir entire 1 oloxlne aurfaee.New 'I. REPRESENTATION his crew members Mrs. Bernice ;I t

[ .. to the first Berkson, who filed for dl- B \I
Feather "at,." ..... Arm censusof
\ ........ aealnat oud,kle' needle the United States in 1790 each vorce In San Diego Monday
The PEER G"NT I member from her wealthy husband 1
aaratch- whan tone arm iedal of Congress represented
Vri7J **"..
.. John.
4I aarataly kaunaad ar alld 33000 persons; the present ratio
raeard Pretaure llm.tino e ak uoadiuata Quinn made trips from San
r T'W CHOOSE YOUR is one representative for every
autamatiaally to emtarnal
430,000 Francisco to Honolulu and Hon.
| oraaaure even traaka waraadA persons. olulu to Tahiti aboard his ketch
traatad et e>a E
( gj. raNn1..NUnY duatinetral
ntl IIdN. .-. N ....,... to RCA VICTOR the Neophyte with only the
duos wNaN tluat..rNthlsYlM. girls to keep him company.

ltl ........,T...' '..lostibrN New Vista } [iJ"iR... ; ... .
....._.n.IWnew., 12"'ull STEREOfrom I SOVIET VISIT SET J
rrNWNr sense. D.NYM. .. I SOGIA. Bulgaria (AP)-Todor
Mil 7NtwNl.m'
'oc.,._Yw .bur,... NuMO a Fabulous Array of Cabinet Designs 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE Zhivkov, premier and Comma
.n MIL PH. 682-4MI fist party chief of Bulgaria
A .rN ..._ for Moscow train Saturday
ndl. left by -
1. 1 .... ..
p .n. /wN ..n.N1a I. I ee vOv> RepresentingWAJ7 1I
Y.Nnn..INwn wAF IhN dNUM for an official visit, the
'-tu" PM.AM .". rM else. .nisri.Ml: : i: American Bulgarian news agency BTA
noseIIN wl. vlrnwrYnM.. NerNY Fire fr Ceiuony c..
J .. Y NINr I.' ...t.n... au'_,w/h,,. ._enMml u.... reported. I
C.n'1 Nab 'n "'.". rM .... n .

.0 j Duos Ch..not ."" .',fI.. ...:... r.I
....Ii.. abrN ......t. antl .,....". s 4 PUBLIC NOTICE .I 111 f '
...... MaaMUm' mw.. NwN al.I ,
r N I .w1 N. C.nbnwul 50 web. I/.E: ; t.InYNNnIn11
aM C.n The Lekeland. Plannin* and Zenlno. Board will hold Pvb.
L ._ J Ywr lata tress yau tail tie. NuM N lie Hearinf *t 1130: ( ,m., Thurtdoy, February 20, 1964, Intha

City Commiitwn Room, City Hell, Lo......... Florida,
Come In TODAY See and to consider the following; Itomtl

COMPARE FOR YOURSELFAsk 1. Beouaat to ...... from *aa,........ A.1 amela family to Hea!.
4[ -I dont... a'r' ..n.n. .1....f.eat.en. trte '.II..n.
property (i.lecated wad t .. Lake Parker Newton Piret end .alli
about our Free Home Trial /1NLaNDIA gab ItreatillTha

VriA Nri50C Watt lee ef tha North. IW of '.... NIi" of the NIUoct .
'III'I! !! .an >. Townth"e 2e Ranee 14 I. Lata IT and 20.
lack. Dl, Lat II.II. Clack A, Lola II.II. Black .l .....
and 1' Hock Cl Lota 5.5. suns (I Lot I. Bier O, afakaada
THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN SOUND I ., Add,t.on. The 5.I2147' af Lot I0i tha Cat
*Lak hurat .uW..n.
af ItO "
V1110 oe'7NQUA.. 201' N..tMIllt4
ot ] Cauth af tha CWL* .
Cactan T. Towntn,e 20 .. .. 24.. Lata IT JO.
'lock 21 LoU ,.... ll, Lota 1a.1,7. Clock Ol Lou 11-7,.
Block' Oi af 7n..n.5. 0....... WM.rN.n. end lot 2? af
GABLE TV & APPLIANCE Lake Parker Cluk Add"t.ant .

lloauoit .. Cemmaralal" to C 1 ICemmaraialt
.. L.n"M..I
af koundad ky
tract land
i ...... (C* 000) ." tha ....t....... Laka erkor Drive

208 N. Florida Ave. Phone MU 6-3 333 .of the. Leram tha,._Wait_Momarial t..end" at Oar.Lakalond Power and Plant'.IU'........ell,,,, an.1...M..olth.. end u.Na.l.d./02 owl

to .... of the C.ty of takalan
I Raeuaat edaat Ordlnann lie
,._c....". raa.dant.al. tw.mm.no pill, n.ul.t.M.I) oe a oar* SON .
.. INSPECTS TOWIR Archltect Jome. *.
tha lamne Ord'nenaa af the City of Lakeland
NITE & DAY VICK'S RADIO-TV ACE RADIOTVAPPLIAtICES Carlon, ton of Mr. ana Mrs. I. 0 Garland of Til .N MrtMHrlAvo.
The public. ll Invited t* ..,.... their views en those Itemi. ., la ihawn at eke .Now York WorM's Fair .ita when ke I J".

SERVICE INC.. potted ..I.i".. at the Florida exhibit. which ho helped. t. design
I & TV CO. Roipecttully. .u mlttoll, Carland. h member of tka Miami archrtectural end ..,i".I",

"loh'',""'', TV Suftrmarktf 1441) Gary Rd. ARNOLD. W. MATTHEWS, firm, Conned Pierce, Cerland and Friedmen which .Is h.li", t*
( 92 East) 1034 S. Florida Ave Secretory build th* florid e>h>b.t. leklnd Gor...... ie tha Florida Curse;
1330 New Auburndol Hwy, Hwy Lo"'I." ". Planning aid Zoning Bard Tower the fir ky.lcma at the Fair to bo completed end liktad.

Phone MU 6-2176 Phone) MU 6-5917 Phone) 683.3051 G....". Ie |rdyota of Lakeland Hih Schnl and eke Unlvanity
of Flond. V.


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Jaycees ,PickState's 1([GOP Rise Seen Testing State's Government By Cabinet Boards,r Sunday,LAKELAND Feb. II, INS LEDGER 11-A

First North American peopleto

Tpp TALLAHASSEE, w The the year a legislative commit. mental Research as Its first of any other member. With each legislative session He said that It wasn't clear live in apartments were the
rise of the Republican party tee recommended greater centralization publication. But Temple said he had not so crowded with other how the cabinet would operateIf Jroquols Indians according to
Young Men In Florida may test the stability of the state government Almost every major opera. found any "great ground swell business lack of time Is a a Republican governor were the Encyclopaedia Britannic.
of the state's system of tion of the state government of popular feeling to create a barrier to real reorganization elected, or if the Republicans -- ..
PANAMA CITY government by cabinet boards Temple said that while the is under the control of one or 'strong governor to replacethe he said held a majority of the cabinet o oooonrmnnnrnnnn
State Junior Chamber(AP) The a Florida State University 1945 committee report was not more of the boards made up of present cabinet system" But Temple said that with with a Democratic governorand A-l RADIO
of Commerce governmental researcher says approved as such, there has various members of the Flor Up 1o now, he said, the prospects: of further Republican state legislature
five young men The research associate In fact been some reorganization ida Cabinet, the researcher legislature has preferred to growth In Florida, the "At such time it might well 1 TV SERVICE
tonight at_ the state's most out. David O. Temple reported to- as new agencies were said The governor Is only expand ,in the basic existing time may come when the state be necessary to review the lames N. M.YM, OwnY.
.. ...
landing i day that Florida I. as dedicated set up and old ones abolished one of the seven members and pattern rather than reorganizewhen has a Republican governor or method of insuring responsibility / MU III 2.4US S N lnoW ,U MU 1-{tar
They were Di Herbert E to government by cabinet His report was distributed his vote In virtually all cases It fits In a new state some Republican cabinet members and popular control," ,N.., .. P.. M. PI.".

Kaufman State of the'University, of boards as It was. in 1945- by FSU's Institute of Govern. counts for no more than that operation __ _Temple aaid _____-------- -
florlda. Rep Julian Ben- -------- '- '
nett of Bay County Brevard Southern
lunlaC College' President J. Dean
Bruce Wilson Sanford businessman -
Coeds To Attend
Thomas McDonald and the M

Rev Cecil A, Roberta, Tallahassee Panhellenic MeetDean
minister:! .
The Jaycees said Dr Roberts, r .
Women Haiti L. i
Baptist-'preacher, d known ; ,
throughout the, whole south for Elcholu and five coeds Will
his mnay church activities represent Florida Southern College PROGRESS FOR YOU !

Bennett Stetson law school at the annual Southeastern
graduate has been a member Panhellenic Conference Friday
of the legislature since 1960. and Saturday at the Universityof

Wilson has had wide experience Mississippi, Oxford. ,
In junior college work The coeds who will representall
and helped establish the college
sororities at Florida Southern -
here before becoming presidentof Save and with
the one In Brevard County. are Hatel Mason of Gastonia grow

McDonald Is active In civic N, c., president-elect of
affairs politics and business in the campus Panhellenic Council .'
the Sanford area ; Elaine Center. OrangePark First Federal during this
Dr Kaufman is chief of ; Barbara Kleinschmidt,
ophthalmology at the University -Hialeah; Charlotte Rubush of
of Florida College of Medi Hamilton and Pamela Llpskl

cine.-_ Falls Church Va._ 30th Anniversary Year

and in the years ahead.


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11.-". fa.list.. Richard Hats, II-months, lies e bawl The
Infant* ... having' check-up lor loco) baby skew at Son AntonioToi. .
.I.". Merle, daughter of M,. end Mra L. D. Haven ol San I
Antonio, look mighty rofmlonol. Rlhs.an .f Mr. end Mn. 4 a ,.

D. O. H...", olio of Son Antonio, probably" was .looking. for wornAP I n .

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-AiAlltLANDLbUCLK: Sunday. Feb. I'. 1964 I

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,,CITY, "'Y" HALLWAYSBy I'' :, To Get By BoostA G.E. Tea r c 3 DAY SALE

recommendation that the Petelrso oSPECIAL
contract for a 44000 kilowatt
turbine generator be awarded to
the General Electric Co, on Ita
bid of $1,488,OSS will be received
5v the city commission on Monday PURCHASE
I .
Ltt.._ L ..t T-
The generator will t* purchased -
WILLIAM D. SHILLING as a part of the $96
Ledger Staff Writer million utility expansion program
The city commission tomorrow will probably in- voted by the city commit FROSTPROOF
aion last .
struct City Manager Robert V. Youkey to look into year.Awarding of the contract toG FRIGIDAIRE
the various federal programs set up by the Congressto .E will\ be recommended by
provide financial assistance to municipalities for Gulf Design ft Engineering,
essential community projects. the engineers of record for the
This action, in effect, will reverse expansion; Reynolds, Smith &
'" '
'( i the resolution passed by the 1963 commission Hills, Jacksonville, the city's BRAND NEW 1964 MODELS-JUST ARRIVED!
rt' '>a v zJ spurning federal grants a consulting engineers; City Man-
J'r. resolution which resulted in considerable ager Robert V, Youkey and _
< ". i tt publicity for Lakeland and the Utility Director Dan Mcintosh. S ls { ntlllowpl1 cer
ta:' other Polk County cities which adopted Also at Its meeting on Mon : ---
: ,_ similar resolutions. day, the commission will:
City Hallways was completely Consider a request for a :
's out of sympathy with the resolution $1,000;l contribution to help defray i Q FRIGIDAIRE
the cost of sending the '
when it was originally passed. We'llskip Lakeland High School band to
the reasons for the action '
the Cherry Blossom Festival in
prior to the municipal election last Washington In April.
SHILLING fall. The lack of sympathy is not diffi- Act on a resolution authority Frost-Proof
cult to explain. _
administrative officials to re .
At the time of the gesture, the City of Lakelandwas quest federal funds for capital
proceeding with an airport improvement pro Improvement projects in Lake- '
gram being financed in part with federal funds. The land. ;;, refrigerator!
cost of the airport program was estimated at $144- Consider a request that additional :
000. Half of the cost is to be paid by the taxpayers of hangar space be provided ., ,

tion Lakeland authority.; the other 50 per cent by the federal avia- for at Air Drane Florida FieldPension for. its operation I'' NO DEFROSTING EVER AGAIN

In 1963, Mayor William H. Loftin and the other TOP TO BOTTOM!
members of the governing body were vitally inter-
ested in north-south route constructed in
having a
Lakeland by the State Road Department. GIANT 14 CU. FT. 2-DOOR

Loftin and other municipal officials went to PaymentsEndangered

Tallahassee for a meeting with John R. Phillips, of 3
Lakeland, chairman of the SRD, and other execu-
tives of the state agency in an attempt to get positive Iy( h' I DAYSONLY

action on the four-lane roadway. Failure of a number of Florida -
(Phillips, incidentally, said last week that the veterans, and widows of
"center line" engineering survey for the throughway deceased veterans to return $
is being made, and that in a matter of weeks the con- their annual Income questionnaires i LI',qn ,
tract would be awarded for the design of a part of to the Veterans AdminIstration p4 TERMS AS
the north-south route.) by the Jan. 31 deadline -
The City of Lakeland at that time had completedits poses a threat of possible -- LOW AS
new $500,000 police building on Lake Wire Drive. loss of current pension payments $12.90
The basement of the much-needed building was designed plus retroactive repay- f/DS 14T Per Month
so that the municipality would be eligible to ment of pension. money received -
receive a federal grant from the Office of Civil De- during 1963.Howard
H. Enlow
; county
fense in Washington. service officer, said today that NO DOWN PAYMENT-WITH YOUR OPERATING TRADE
(The municipality recently received a check for the VA will still accept com
some $70,000 from Washington because the police pleted questionnaires sent In '
station basement was designed as a disaster center, now to avoid hardship upon eligible -
and expects to receive more than $80,000 in full payment pension recipients He
.) added that prompt action will 1964 FRIGIDAIRE 'LAUNDRY PAIR! '
The point is that, while the resolution was noble, be necessary to avoid the termination -
the city did not advise the Office of Civil Defense of present payments
that it wanted no federal funds for the police building and the Issuing of demand for
It did not cancel its agreement with the FAA on repayment of all pension pay- -:'
the improvements at Drane Field. It did not advise ments received last year .=_..- &is3fibn/fowprice i8r '
the State Road Department to cancel plans for a I The law makes it mandatory t -
north-south route although Phillips had stated pub- that completed questionnairesbe COMPLETELY
licly that he expected 50 per cent of the cost to be submitted to the VA each
paid by the U S. Bureau of Public Roads. year by each pension recipientto AUTOMATIC
determine whether annual Income
Neither did the advise
municipality Washington from all other .
sources exceeds -
' that it was returning $1.1 million in Hill-Burton Act the legal; ceilings ,
funds Used in the construction of the Lakeland Gen Income received 1n/1963 plus r ..
) eral Hospital Ditto for almost $250,000 received in that anticipated for 1964 must GIANT MATCHING: WASHER ----- -
federal government funds because of damages result- be reported, Enlow explained. I
Ing from Hurricane Donna. And ditto for about $180- He pointed out, that those veterans I AND DRYER PAIR I
000 in federal funds used in the sanitary sewer ex- receiving .ervice-connected 12 LB.
pansion program And one more ditto could be for disability compensation and
federal fupds used in the school lunch program for beneficiaries receiving service- 3 '
the public schools of Lakeland. connected disability death compensation ,Days Only o
need not make annual TUB !
1 Income reports. v

it be Expenditures said that the Not loudest MentionedLet headlines on the !

anti-federal funds resolution were printed in several TodayIn
out-of-county newspapers. The editorial commentswere
laudatory. j. I $
But the newspapers raised not a little whisper D'S

about the millions, and millions, and more millionsin .
federal funds being expended in their cities for the HistoryBy .-., "
construction of interstate highways to carry dollar-
laden tourists and commercial traffic into their areas. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DDAS-2
The interstate system could have skirted these Today Is Sunday, Feb. 16,
cities, and the savings (90 per cent federal and 10 per 964. There are 319 days left in WCDAS-Z DRYER PURCHASED
cent state) would have been tremendous. But, as in the year. WASHER PURCHASED
the television commercial, there were no calls: Today's highlight In history SEPARATELY $198 WITH WASHER TRADE SEPARATELY $138
"Mother (uncle in these cases), I'd rather do it On this date in 1804, a young ,
myself" American lieutenant, Stephen
The interstate did Lakeland. Decatur, volunteered to run into
skip Why not Tam-
pa and Orlando The answers would prove most interesting Tripoli Harbor and burn the
With 75 men in a captured
ketch, Decatur
surprised the
Moslems who had captured the
Millions Should Be Spent frigate and set her afire British -
City Hallways repeats that the City of Lakeland Adm. Horatio Nelson later PRICED SLEEP IN AIRCONDITIONED COMFORT
needs to spend millions of dollars for streets, storm described the feat as the most
drainage, public buildings, and other esential projects bold and daring act of the age. FRIGIDAIRE COOLS ANY BEDROOM
to keep pace with the commercial and residen- AIRCONDITIONER
tial growth of the community. On this date:
It would seem that the city commission has just In 1871 the FrancoPrussianWar f ,
three choices: It can do nothing which will cost ended with the defeat of
nothing. It can seek to have some of the money sent the French, placing Prussia under Quiet as a kitten
control of the German Empire -==
to Lakeland
Washington by
returned for
local use through the various federal programs. Or Plugs in 115 volt outlet ;: ;:;:;:.......... .
In 1918, the Japanese stronghold :;:;:: :;:;: := ........
it can raise taxes in the municipality to finance all r; ; : ;:;: .
civic improvements. of Truk was attacked for Easy to installThermostat ."\ 1tri :::::;:;:; ;:;: :;....
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Idealism not withstanding, federal funds will be :!"'j., : : :; ;:;
spent for improvements in Lakeland, or the task forces. controlled :; :: :;:::::1Weighs ::::::: :: .:::; ::::::;r
funds will be spent for in some other same based In 1945, American carrier :;.... :::::::;::..:::;:::.::::::' ..,.,::: ,, : _
improvements made their first
city The matter is as simple as that. assault planes on Tokyo. only 95 Ibs. ( \ :::;;; :;::::H:;:::::::::: :::::; :;:;::::;:;:;::

And we'll confess that we find it difficult to for- -\Jl) iiii: !:U2 H i i-
get the $500 million spent in U S. tax funds for that Ten years ago-Six leaders of _
highway in Cambodia-before the Cambodians kick- the Communist party in Michigan 3 DAYS ONLY : :!i: U ::: ::

ed us out to sip tea with Red China. were convicted in Detroitof ,:: .,.. ,., -..;,.,::...:...,... ,;:;......:::;.._ : _

Mayors* To* Be*Feted varying government[ conspiring prison and to terms.Five overthrow-sentenced The. United the to 3tw. 111 t lmllml il :--k_

years ago '
Invitations have been mailed to the 22 former
mayors of Lakeland still living to attend the dinnerof notes States,to Britain Moscow and rejecting France a sent Soviet ',, .. ., .:::::;, ;.
the Mayors' Council at the Lakeland Yacht Club.E. proposal for a 28-nation $$17 9 Model AE-6LG H:: :;:; /1. >
E Kelley Jr., the mayor in 1942, is the general conference on the German prob- ',,' '
chairman for the dinner, and James J. Musso, mayorin lam suggesting Instead a Big
1952 and 1958, is the chairman in charge of arrangements Four foreign mml'ters meeting.)I USES LESS CURRENT THANA

One year ago Seventeen, TOASTER OR AN IRON
Musso said that he expects almost all of the for- Ghana students who had fled LAYAWAY PLAN
mer, living mayors to attend the "dutch treat"' din- Sofia, Bulgaria, charged in VI-
ner for a social evening and a brief look into the pastin enna, Austria that they had ,
the operation of the municipal government of been subjected to racial dis-
Lakeland.The crimination by Bulgarian au

dinner is planned as an annual affair, andit thorities. Your Dealer U'lift Service
developed out of a secret' meeting of the 1952
city commission held at the Yacht Club last month. Fireman's Car
Burns While -

The City Gainesville of Gainesville Approves isn't Bonds just spinning its He's At Work I TaggClP-t! Ii OPEN

wheels and getting nowhere.By 1
HAMDEN. Conn. (APWalter 11101es TUES.&Wed.- FRI. NIGHT I
a 3 to 1 margin, voters on Tuesday approveda Thomas' car caught fire and J
$6 million bond issue for capital improvements. In burned in a parking lot Thurs j ] hetersoi TIL 9
the city's first bond issue in 38 years, voters approved day while he was at work in
the millions for sewers, a new city hall and other !building about 100 feet away 9Jlll
buildings, streets and sidewalks, parks and recrea- Thomas is a dispatcher al 110 Kerntywood Opposite Southgate
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HEW FRIEND On. of the now friend. John Runyon mode Nor* Kont end young John disc"" tho drlv I* rait $231,000 for SMILE-Photogrephor l Vrn* Smith wait for |curth.. proper don. Young John li the Mr of United Fund movie Smith wot
during tho filmint of th* United Fund ", ..10 l, Jorord A. Kent, the "."d'* 17 portlclpotl/ 0'.ncies' eiprewlon 01 ho photograph John Runyon ond Mrt. Frank ShorU making, and Mr. Shorldon I. ", ....bor of th* United.d Staff. I
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movie telling the story of serv- movie is titled "The Wonderful Worldof
ices rendered the community by Fund John Runyon."
member agencies has been producedfor Producer and photographer of the
the 1964 United Fund campaign film Is LeVerne Smith who is seen in
which began yesterday. The 10-min- the photograph above on a location
ute length sound-on-film movie will be shot with Mrs. Frank A. Sheridan of
shown free of charge throughout the the Fund headquarter's office and the
drive to employe groups, clubs and or- film's star.Scenes .
ganizations by volunteers using loaned from the movie and related
equipment, according to Jerard A. pictures are shown on this page. Per-
I.i I. Kent, chairman of the drive. sons wishing to request a showing of
The film "stars" five-year-old John the film should call the United Fund
a Runyon, son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamL. office, MU 6-6171, immediately, to receive -
Runyon of 726 Ellerbee Way The an early booking.

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Kirkland of Auburndolo, offer* John a "reword" .ho received for tho progrot* .ho filming; tho movie wo* his whit to tho Ukelond Humine Society, where) ho mot trampoline. Axi.ting him ore Davis Glass, loft, on of Mr. sad Mr. Me* Clot* of 906 1. O.k St.,
hid mod et th. United Cerebral. Pony' Clinic thl worm ond .gor occjuelntonce. and true Leber, ion of M,. and Mr. E. I. labs, 121* Bu.no Vi.t.

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II Lahelond-Mulberry' Chaser of the American Rod Cm. Th. able to do kin port It y making lame of th* children ..."t lough. tho Lakeland Day Nunory (em* of hi* .iperionco. In making the younger brother, Jimmy, .t the extreme loft.


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I Detroit Schools Have Wave Of Teen Terror Visit Florida Southern

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Mrs Klep
DETROIT (AP-A sharp Increase relieve the serious shortage of nile delinquency In the next fewweeks. turned Into tulltlme police beats was struck by I pupil who bad State Juvenile officials, tryingto affairs secretary of the German in Munich.
In fights stabblngs and space In Michigan's rehablllta during the day with uniformed been expelled. cope with overcrowded Institutions Embassy In Washington, will She came to this country "'
robberies among Detroit's Juvenile -;lion facilities. Statistics complied by the Detroit -officers patrolling corridors. Police Commissioner Ray Gl- have set up a quota system be a visitor on Florida Southern 19aO lint on the daft of th,
population has resulted In Half-Way Houses' Planned I Police Youth Bureau show The Initial phase of the prose rardin I former newspapermanand for accepting teen-age law College CfS.rrdern-C consulate genera,
intensive former chief probation officer ( breakers from the courts. fer with .
an Investigation I ofteenage that repeat arrests of Juvenile cutor's Investigation disclosed
1 Plans call for the establish, in Recorder's Court, lays Although about 1,200 youths She will also be a guest at a New York. In her present poi
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the schools. ing of "half-way houses" where 1963. on both students and teachers the blame for most school crimeon should be confined each year luncheon to be attended by faction with the German Emba,
The probe by the Wayne County -delinquents regarded as prospects I In which knives frequently some 200 hard-core Juvenile they say the state has accommodatlona ulty and student groups, it was she maintains close contact win
Police Patrol Halls offenders who he should be J, Birney American women's organti.--!
prose utor'. office followedthe for rehabilitation would be of the switch-blade variety- says for less than 700. announced by Dr.
Conditions at of De off the streets and In confine- Most of the others usually are Gross dean of academic affairs lions
stabbing In the lung of a assigned, thus making space some were the principal weapon.
husband, the late Dr
16-year-old high school student available in the Institutions for troit's 320 public schools have I ment. turned loose to roam the streets Mrs. Klep has held several Her Otto,
during a IO-cent extortion attempt the hard-core incorrlglbtes. prompted police to assign scout 200 BlamedAt But Detroit Juvenile Judge in search of trouble. German governmental and dip-C. Kiep, also was a diploma
and the fatal stabbing In Gov. George W. Romney has cars and foot patrolmen to cover one high school at least 23 James Lincoln, a staunch advocate I Detroit School SuperintendentSamuel lomatlc posts. After the end cf and served in the United State
the back of a pretty 14yearoldgirl promised to seek legislative appropriations schoolgrounds. Police say both incidents of assault have occur of the half-way house Idea, Brownell says the cur- World War II she was assistant from 1928 to 1933. He resigned
In a Detroit suburb two days to help set up a students and nonstudents in- red since last September In frequently has been forced to rent difficulties result from the to the governor of Wuereburg. from the German Foreign Stt
later. half-way house In the Motor cluding dropouts have caused one case a youth broke a teach- release most of the repeat offenders growing number of teen-agers Bavaria in charge of youth at- vice and became a leading fig.
Stirred to action, officials City. lie also plans to call a trouble.At I er's cheekbone with a blackjack, because of the acute who are "out-of-school' out-of- fairs and in 1946 she was ap- ure In the resistance movement
have taken preliminary steps to governor's conference on Juve least five schools have been and In another the principal shortage of facilities. i work and out-of-money.: pointed head of the.foreign sec- against Adolph! Hitler.

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Civic ClubRoundUp (Engineers' WeekTo

j j Be Observed

At Haven Dinner

........ WINTER HAVEN National I
Engineers' Week will be observed '
SERTOMA DOWNTOWN by members of the Ridge!
Chapter of the Florida Engineering
CLUB meeting Thursday at Morrison's

Cafeteria in Winter Haven. 219 E, Main St 2637 S. Florida Ave I
The speaker will be Edward
Dr. L. M. Howell spoke about The wives and sweetheartsmet J. Fallon, manager of education ., MU 2-7756 MU 6-4159
at the annual 1
cancer, various type of cancer, dinner sweetheart and personnel developmentat
at the Cadet Restaurant
the Martin in Orlando
Various treatments and detectionof plant
cancer, during the last meeting i Thursday night, and then proceeded ) He Is chairman of the State Advisory
to a movie at the Polk
Committee for Technical
of the Sertoma Club of Theater.S .
Lakeland.A Education, a member of theUniversity
C, Edmunds
division man
of Florida College of
speaker from the United of the
ager General TelephoneCo.
Fund will be on the program ., will be the main speakerat 113 J ii ,, rr Engineering Advisory Committee
and also the
serves on
during the next meeting. Activities the
next meeting of the
Florida Chamber of Commerce!
of the fund wit! be explained Downtown Lions Club. He will ,
and a 10-minute film speak on "The Telephone and 1i A i1 I $w Education Committee.
will be shown. Its Relationship to Industry." J l ar \\\t There are now 77 members) OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY
The monthly board of director \ of the Ridge Chapter of the
r I It Florida Engineering Society, thel
meeting will be held Tuesday -
night. area they represent being comprised
CHAMBER t t of Polk, Hardee, and
.- or 'i., Highland counties. Florida has

1,611 of the 63,000 engineers
EXCHANGE COMMERCE V associated with the National

CLUB 0 Society of Professional Engl
Applications are being taken FUTURE MEDICS-Netlonet Heelth c.,... Day wei observed yesterday by P.rom.dieol Club veers,

for the Miss Lakeland pageant a f lakeland Saniar High School, a group .f 40 youth who plop careen es ", ."ic.I werken. and The members and their guests!
scheduled for March. Girls actually work at Lakiland. General Hotpital. Representing ttia club In appropriate uniform ere, from will gather in the cafeteria at 'L" '" "

The Exchange Club of Lake. from 18 to 20 years of age may isle, Tany Coi, sophomore, who ...I.t, doctor In tha werdi Jim Robartton, a funlor, who works' 6:30: p.m. Thursday for a social iI' 1j

land enjoyed j a successful register at the Jaycee office. In the critical ward; Karen Statum, a sophomore, t.tlon.d In Ward M-2; Diana Hudson, a senior, hour, which will be followed by .. vM' ,.M' .v.......
Crime Prevention Week which Thomas Hallick Is the chairman who work In emergency, and Fred 8,1..,,,, sophomore, with Ward, 5-t Th. club held a V.I.... I the dinner and the evening's UA"P "A"PL '''.L .A.

was highlighted Friday after for the pageant. tina dance lad night at Florida Southern Coli...'. 0,...., Building, dancing to tha music of Th.Ups.etara program. Arrangements are bya (
noon by a public tour of the new of Tampa, (Ledger Photo by Perkins) committee of three, Harry
police station on Lake Wire I. .
\ Edwards and Howard Sims
Drive.Other. I Quincy GirlIs Lakeland and Jack McKay of
activities Included the Impact Of Labor AutomationSeen Winter Haven.Lecture 4 Y
placing of posters in the Lake.
land area, distribution of crime 'Jeanie'Contest THERAGRANVitamins

prevention pamphlets to schools, Slated
a meeting at the police station WinnerWHITE Nearing Climax This. YearBy of 100's
and signing of a Crime Preven ; IBy Christian
tion Week proclamation by SPRINGS AP d 12.75 Value;:: '.., 77
Mayor Harold Grizzard. ( )-Don NEIL GILBRIDE I broad government programs to islation to teach the young and'
na Dickenson Florida Science
a State I SpeakerA
WASHINGTON (AP) Machines educate the young and care for unskilled how to compete in an Coupon
University freshman from Quincy 'the elderly are some of the increasingly technological job f>l.r,,nnf Price1 .
CITRUS won the 13th "Jeanie that put men out of jobs entitled "The Science
With mands. market. lecture WII 101 NYNY-arvN1 sell in* ...., r*. ir. 1M
CENTER The Light Brown Hair" audition are a growing worry to American of Happiness" will be given
KIWANIS yesterday at the Stephen labor. They have been a Jobless 'Dynamite'Reuther But both solutions are bogged Feb. 24 at the First Church
Foster Memorial here. worry since John Henry, the down in Congress and organized of Christ,.
CLUB She was given a $1,000 schol legendary steel driver of the James B. ,Conant quoting educator the labor is becoming Impatient.The Scientist, 220 W.
arship. 1870s tried to outwork new says ap problem worries industrytoo Beacon Roadby

Dr. Charles Layman, head of Four others won $200 scholar fangied steam drill and died proximately one million young for if jobs disappear, who Roy J. Lin- I
/he religion department at FlorIda -ships. They are Joyce Ann with a hammer in his hand persons and can't who don't go to"social school will buy the rising flood of ning.A PAPERMATE

Southern College, gave an Graham of St. Petersburg, Joyce Today, rising concern over get a job are goods from the cornucopia of member of '
dynamite America's door. Pen Refill Bki. Ink
informative talk on "The Early McGrew of Miami, Rose Aline the problem of automation ap automation the Christian 1 ter -
Ray of Vero Bearch and Nand step. I I1'he 4?, value 'vi:: ? w
American Glass Industry" at pears to be nearing somethingof Snyder. president of U.S. In. Science Board I
the last meeting of the Citrus Lee Reynolds of Homestead.The a climax In the highest nation, Reuther says, will dustries Inc has formed a of lectureship ., 26C
Center Kiwams Club. event was sponsored bye reaches of government, labor] need 41 million new jobs in the foundation to do something Mr Unning was rip Coupon
Stephen Foster Memorial next 1(1( years to take care of Dfeeonntl'rler.! ,
Kent, a representativeOf and industry. about it.Snyder. a division manager
Jerry ,
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commission and the Florida new young workers and offset With' Dill' HHPMCMIH wl"< llur IF, .N
the United Fund, will be the of a national e
Revolution Seen : whose firm produces
Federation of
Music Clubs job displacement by auto
at the next meeting on food supply
speaker a large percentage of automation
Thursday night at 6:11: o'clockat Participants and their sponsors Rep. Wlpliam Fills Ryan, D mation. I equipment In its JlOO-mil- \ company before LlNNING
the Cadet Restaurant. Included Priscilla Salemi, N.Y., calling for. congressional But "that's only the begin! leaving that position several
lion-a-year business, says "it Is 4V
Tampa, Tuesday Music Club, study, warns of an approach. ning." he said. "This is a whole years ago to devote full I I
in the area of automation's effects
Lakeland, and Diana J. Roland. ing "economic revolution" as new revolution because it's built time to Christian Science prac-
Winter Haven, Bertha Cole Music ever more ,men give way to around the electronic brain." on human beings that ourfoundltion time. I ASPIRIN TABLETS
t Club, Lakeland. Is focusing its primary
red automated production lines and The computer of today, with attention The lecture Is scheduled toj
electronic brains. an Impulse cycle of three-tentha But. he adds eke problem "Is begin at S p..... and last for! I \. BOTTLE OF 100 S GRAIN

spar George Meany, president of of a millionth of a second, Is already too l large, too all-encompassing, one hour II' 3'9c Value
the AFL-CIO. and. Walter Reu- as obsolete as the Model not I
too serious a responsibility 9c :
Says He Will ther, United Auto Workers 'T Ford he said. I to be everyone's." INsae/Net emailf"1GAiND'O Coupon

I chief warn of the specter of a Secretary of Labor W. ,Wil-| \\, lroiinf Prlrc.Wild .

I. y M Seek Re-Election chronic mass army of the unemployed 1 lard Wirtz calls the proposed CRASH KILLS 13 IMi Mu1YY-CseN wl/! Id* ..." hl. ,II I 144t ,
they claim would !$11-billion tax cut the best :
its I MIAMI (AP) U. S. Rep. make today's jobless total of I short-term solution to unemploy COCHABAMBA, Bolivia (APIA ) 'AGENCY

Claude Pepper, a veteran of IS 3.1 million look like a corporal's 1 ment. He says it would spur ac bus dived off a winding 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE.
years in Congress from Florida guard. I livity. mountain road into a ravine PH 682-4141 .

said yesterday he will seek re John Snyder Jr., head of a Education BUN FavoredFor near here Thursday killing 15 tff f-i Repreientlng
election to the house of passengers, Thirty-five others
representatives multimillion dollar f American
In the' Democratic that makes automation company equipment the long term, he favors a were injured, 22 of them seri \jHrt* fire tV Casualty Ca. FLASHLIGHT BATTERYRegular
primary May '. I broad range of educational leg,;ously.
says machines are replacing I
The 63-year-uld Pepper, half "D" Size
men at the rate of 40,000
way through his first term asa jobs a week.Meanwhile. I 20c Value "( ::'"..
house member, spent 14 years
in the capital as a Florida senator the labor force follow II fo H po is 2 for 19c
a before he lost to George grows at the rate of more than Let that Sunshine Feeling you "'"..otmt Pr'.p

Smathers of Miami In 1950. one million workers a year, the I With Ihll mm-CIUIM toll >ll" ..., /YL ", >H4
Labor Department

P covers No one, in short says., disagreesthat All the Way North I

the Dade County line. I the problem' there.

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do about it, is something else \ II I IAI IY 'l t

Have' YouRegistered again. I .<.. r LIGHT BULBS
John Henry took the most di r

reel approach, according to We tnghouse! 75 or 100 Watt
I folklore, wielding a 20-pound ? I'w
hammer In each hand to drill zat Value I iIYINe
: I I To Vote two seven-foot holes In solid k ..tti 13; e

j rock faster than the rudimentary Coupon
.'/PiJJ. ..; steam drill. ")'..'orm' Price .
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1 Residents of precincts "A mm ain't nothing but a With thtl Mufllt-ClMMI "" InN "
.... 4 .. j located near Lakelandmay man" John Henry told his fore
register at the fol- man in the words of one folk

/ t lowing locations within song, "but before I let that .
'3 the precincts. Re-regis- steam drill beat me in the I
HEAD WORK-frenkle Dies, I'I'.f :t tration of all voters is re- ground. I'll die with a hammer
the L.k.land Weter Ski Club :j quired i under the County in my hand." TRANSISTOR BATTERY
doti flriitf .heediten et ht ,:7 Commission's action In
prepares t. Bertkipete in Ihiifterneon't re-precinctmg Polk Coun- Survival At Stake f; Flat 9 Volt

water ski |how .n Ii v o y. John Henry won but he diedin 39 Value C'I'I l:
Like Hollingiworlh iterting et Precinct 4, Medulla4HClub the effort. 'IS17c
2 'clock.. (Ledger Photo By Building!, Pipkin \ Men no longer risk their lives Coupon

Hashes) Road. trying to compete physicallywith 1 1I flUroiiiil Pr'"

2 Precinct S, Kathleen j machines that threaten a ,v win tftii .....o-c...,. m,* ttt_ a,.. f.., I if, lose
Lions Den. I I ,a.b tw
their jobs, but their economic
Precinct 8. Providence survival Is at stake. I

AfternoonSki Providence Club House. I Take the railroads of today
Precinct II. Highland City facing a crisis that has been r
Show -Old Post Office build- j building up for more than four
Ing. | after diesel re- That Florida glow when you
years engines Streamliners HEET LINIMENT =
Two Great Daily Line-coach
u Precinct 24. Combos |j placed virtually all the old coal go north by Count or I'ullman. .

Set Today Country Club Estates j ,burners. No weathor r obl driver fa tijfllf'. You
I Association Club House, j I I The railroads served notice with New, Improved Services ridn relaxed arrive refreHhed on the ,' 1.29 Value t OZ. Sill

'Ga+parllla" will be the 2432 Golfvlew St. i I they intended to eliminate some smoothest roadbed to the north. Liberal baggage (
Precinct SI, Eaton Park ] 50.000 jobs as 9
theme of this afternoon's water E. McMullin's residence I III. | bringing! the long dispute to a for the 1964 Winter Season allowance: up to 150 ixjunds. CouponflUcotinf ..
ski show on Lake Hollings- I .
'' Prtce' .
Fletcher d
Street. head. Congress finally steppedin
at 2 o'clock.
starting Precinct 5r. Crystal Lake with an emergency law to Wit TAU NYNY .e1YNI m/ I'IM Ma h/. Ir, INa /

the The Lakeland show Is Water sponsored SkiClub, by I -Sheltered Workshop. I 'avert{ a nationwide train strike to New York and the East: ,

and the City Parks. and Recreation Precinct Heights-4-H: S4, Fountain Club Building !I with compulsory railroad problem arbitration.The could. be WEST COAST CHAMPION-save 15% on delicious, chef-prepared ChampionPlan 1

Department.To meal. Passenger representative; streamliner comfort; reserved-scat coachor '
start the show, water ; Pipkin :,, a harbinger of a long series oft
Precinct SI, Lake Gibson, :: future labor disputes over auto. Pullman
will invade the
skiing pirates
southside I of Lake Hollings- 1 1'1 Hate's Real Estate: j!d mation. Ask About Coast Line Tours to the PLUMBERS FRIEND
worth Thev will be followed' ; Office, Dade City high-i, The AFL-CIO says unemploy
by a demonstration of the :, way. 'v ment and automation are the to Chicago and the Midwest: New York World's Fair 24" Handle with Red Rubber Force Cup

speed and power of the two 1" Precinct ter's Baptist W, K-YI1Ie-Car.Church ,j most vital problems facing U.S SOUTH WIND/CITY OF MIAMI Package Plans Budget Priced For 59t Value V, L' 0J& O +
Charles labor. It has begun a political | jje
driven by
tow Deluxe Pullman service or reclininga Individuals 0 Adult Groups School Groups
Carter's Corner
Highway drive to elect throughout the nation
Dees and Don Roberson. Coupon P )
92.Residents. seat coaches. O O ra
Included in the show will II''I I men pledged la find a VUroinir Price _fc -1*
Inside the Lake ,
be a water ballet human solution. Win in. MUMII-CWIM M4! INN MM.. III. I?, IN4
land city limits and the Reuther, Is ----------------------
pyramid mixed doubles shoe I The problem says ----------------------

skiing, barefoot skiing, jump- > surrounding also areas may I' beyond the power of collective For reservations or information see your travel agent, mail coupon, or call:
register at any of alone.
and trick riding. bargaining
ing Featured in the show will the following locations: ) He sees it this way: "When ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 30.2141ACL
tile New Civic" Center, LakeMirror j sit at the bargaining table- PASSENGER STATION j
be an over-and-under rope you LAKELAND fLA Y
act which will be given by Drive I j and you represent two workers ENVELOPES'
I Northwest Lakeland Improvement '! Please tend me Information, rates and schedules' to:
Chipper Chipman. Ronnie and there Is only one job, thereIs In Lokelond
Whitley and Lee Livesay. Assoctaj: j i no magic in the bargaining, 100 COUNT
Another highlight of theshow lion Webster Avenue f process that can solve the problem. -;MU ,stale,

will i be the final act in 1\\; Lakeland branch office ." "M c
| I
which a skier will I flv over the j' county administration 'I'+' What, then would organizedlabor 2.076'aid Addles f'.t pN/l 99

crowd by means ot a kite building, Main Street ( do to solve its>> I City- Htnttint ,Or''..,.
No admission chargedand and Massachusetts i Shorter hours, a bigger share .. .
Zon Slitf. win 'mi' i> "I< ' i .' il YN I
the public is invited to Avenue. (for workers ot the productivity -
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attend the water ski ,J., ---.-------------....-" Increases i from automation -------------------------------I u. ,.J!:


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I JJLJ..L rsirrrr 1t, Nigeria Gets New Peace I Ex-Governor Carlton Still Busy

gRecreationIHeadIiners! jCorps People In Lagos

.- Editor's Note Another cam.. The House overrode Carlton'i

LAGOS. Nigeria (AP"Thenew left to face after the preliminary -palgB for governor Df Florida b I veto by three votes the Senate
I Peace Corps people coming briefings we received back under way Six men1 who held t I by one. Chappell later started ,',

out here seem more sophisticated -home. In fact it took a while to, the highest office la the stale Sunshine Stud and has been
than we were," say. one of relax after all the w.rnlnga.bout are still living and actively participating prominent in the breeding and

the early volunteers who now Is what to do and what not la public affairs lathe racing of thoroughbreds ever
getting ready to leave the coun to do." following series of Sunday since.

I The Peace Corps survived an stories, their administrations art When his term expired, Carlton -
BILLY L. KENDALL Mrs. Billie Snow the Instructor -, try.David Daninson 24. and his' early controversy here to become reviewed and the career of eachIs resumed his law practice in -

Recreation Supervisor Is Interested In having this wife Judy, 25, have been Eng an Important feature of brought up to date. Tampa He was special attorney a

Sunday Musical class continue. I lish teachers at Edo College In the nation's school system Its for the state In the settlement of

Thli afternoon In Mayhall Auditotlum Wear loose fitting shorts, swimsuits Benin City, some 300 miles east very existence was jeopardized By GENE PLOWDEN the John RingIng] estate a vast

at 3 p.m. the Parks or tights. Bring a beach of Lagos. in October 1961 when a postcard Associated Press Writer and complex legacy which gave

and Recreation Department will towel or blanket to use on the Looking back on their two- written by volunteer Margery TAMPA (AP- Florida's old the state the famous Rlnglmg

present another Sunday musical. floor for exercises.The year hitch In Nigeria Danielson Michelmore became pub est living governor also is one of Museum and mansion at Sara-

The concert If free to the pub- classes are for nine more ,said:"We expected Africa to be lic. Nigerian pride was bruised her busiest and most respected I sou.
lic. sessions and a fee of WOO is somewhat more backward than by the message on the card describing |citizens. I Used Owaj Funds

This afternoons concert will charged. we found It. And though we primitive living conditions Doyle E. Carlton who occu
feature the Lakeland.FSC Reading never spoke much about It, I here pled the governor's. chair from his Carlton was governor,
Band under the direction ot think we expected the Nigerians] 300 la Nigeria 1929 to 1933. still practices law he salary was $7.500 a year and
Square Dance had to dig Into his
in .. personal (
Dr. Kenneth Anderson. Theprogr.m to be more appreciative. Tampa, he has since 1912 \
will feature The Parks and Recreation Department Almost 300 corpamen are In and Is at his desk before 9 funds to entertain guests at the
overtures show marches is offering beginners Got Cold Shoulder Nigeria now, more than 90 percent 'o'clock each day despite his 78 executive mansion. He left office ,
tunes and others

of them with less than when he started
as secondary -
square dance lessons for adults "Many young Americans years. M
A feature 'every Wednesday 8 to 10 p.m. came here with big smiles and 'school teachers. This country He Is senior member of the but he had not sacrificed honesty ft
attraction will be aairing at the Recreation Center 203 glad hands only to wonder why has requested all the teachersthe law firm of Carlton md Integrity. : ':
Fields, .f :
trio .with I M! Virginia, N.. Mel Clark can provide. I In addition to his son, Carlton 'f,1', ... ,
Mass. in tha In. they cot the cold shoulder i corps. Ward. Manuel Smith and Cut- ;; ,, .. .1

"William Waters"""".S"Y., violoncello VIOlin; Mr.and KenGen Prof. structor The lessons run for 15 sessions .. Some, frankly which Is the were worst condescending thing-New Food of ler,southwest whose practice Florida.covers The most business -Ward has two, whose daughters husband, Mrs.Is Martha his law ;' ': ;

Spivey piano. partner, and Mrs. _
Ott of
Mary : :
and $1.50 can do out here. : :
Next week, after a year's absence cost per couple! you I occasionally takes Carlton Tallahassee and several grand- it
from our programs, the per session.In Danielson' parents live In back to his birthplace at Wau- children.
Sharon Mass, and his wife's In Process chula, where three of his ,
brothers .
order that this i .
Sandpiper. of Florida Presbyterian program Carlton has been active In the i, ". .''(:,f..: \i
East Conn. and
will continue, four more couples are Hartford his son still live. State .
College be back. This Chamber of Commerceand : \
choral needed. While Danielson-dressed In a The son Is former Senator ,)d"Jh) i. : < :
group has just returned Near Ready state served as its president. He ; : _;
from Europe and will have an RECREATION SCHEDULE Nigerian sarong-like wrapper] Doyle E. Carlton Jr., whois was chosen Tampa's No. 1 citizen .:,: .
from waist to ankles-and his with his uncles and cousins In 4 .
entertaining program for you. In 1955 and was a memberof .
This concert will start at 3:15: MONDAY Women's Exer- wife talked their infant daughter By MARTHA COLE an extensive cattle and citrus the Federal Civil Rights'
p.m. due to the distance the cise, 9:30: a.m., Recreation Center played on the floor of the WASHINGTON (AP) Army hunifiMi. Commission

group will have to travel. ; Teenage Activities 3-5 four-room house on the college researchers have talked of how Was Senator A girted orator and a learned I
p.m., Recreation Center; Inter.mediate campus Robin l'/i Is noted as'they could put a fried chicken gentleman Carlton's long and
JUNIOR AIR RIFLE : Bridge, 7:30: p.m., Rec--the first baby born overseas to leg-Just like mother used to The former governor Is chairman busy life was built on a creed

The competition in the Rifle reatlon Center.TUESDAY a Peace Corps couple. cook-In the back pocket of every of the board of trustees of so aptly stated In his farewell FORMER GOVERNOR CARLTON AND WIFI Doylt I.

Club has become keen. Two Teenage Activities Experienced Peace Corps soldier In a foxhole. Stetson University, where he address as governor: Corltwt, Florldo'i oldoit llvini format fovornor, end Mn. Carlton

weeks ago George Mason shootIng 3-5 p.m., Recreation Cnn teachers and newcomers agree: It Isn't as fantastic as It was graduated. He also obtained "I have always lived In the .,. pictured In i front of thai ..,.h... horn ot Tomoo wham tho

from the sitting position ter.WEDNESDAY on the single most impressive sounds. ,degrees at the University of Chicago -faith that joy would come In the 76>,..,..,.. ttornoy scored a perfect target of 50.I Intermediate, teaching experience. I Ten of research (1910) and at Columbia ... ,
I years on pre- morning when the sunlight of tofo'i fhlof cuH"o from 1929 f* 1911 sad was e itoto .."..tor.t
He had a total for the day of Bridge, 10 a.m., Recreation Center People Eager serving food by radiation Is beginning ((1912). Cod's truth would shlhe unobscured o the 1911 ama 19/9/ lotiilotlve .... ..... Thoy novo ono MR,

139X150.In ; Teenage Activities 3-9 p.m.. "The difference to bear fruit-meat and Carlton served as state senator upon the achievements I Doyle I. Carlfon/ Jr., o '......, itoto .....t.... (AP Wlrotnoto)
shooting this past Recreation Center; Beginners, greatest we potatoes, too. But there's more from Hillsborough County in believe to be real, and upon purposes
Sandy Estroff shooting .I Square Dance 8 p.m., Recrea ,found here is a tremendous research to be done1 before purchase -the 1917 and 1919 sessions of the' whose purity and patriotIsm .
om." _itin' ,ti.iIt the tion Center. hirt for learning. The oeocle Legislature. I
-- *' of such .Items in supermarkets no man can question.
with a 141X150 Second was THURSDAY Recreation are attentive, eager and hard becomes commonplace Carlton's. campaign for gover--,

Tommy WaIler shooting kneel Club 9:30: a.m., Recreation working. Nigerian students nev- nor in 1928 was based on a

ing position 131X150 Center, Teenage Activities 3-5 er forget what an education The Food and Drug Administration .. statement made to him years before John
Two of the members quail- p.m., Recreation Center. means and they make it a real has approved irradiated!I I by William Jennings Bryan Maxcy

fled for awards Todd Estroff FRIDAY Women's Exercise -pleasure for a teacher" said bacon and Is expected to approve the silver-tongued orator

earned his sharpshooter's award. 9:30: a.m., Recreation Center Judy.A within the next month, "I am counting on you as a Honored At
Terry Daghita is now the only ; Teenage Activities, 3.5 p.m., newly arrived volunteer irradiated potatoes for which an;, young man," Bryan said 'to BY ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF manding incredible virtuosity
member of the club to reach Recreation Center; Anchor Club Ruth Miller said: "The greatest application is pending. Applications carry out my policies. I believe VILLA-LOBOSt Concerto No. 2 which however Mr. Parisot has

sharpshooter bar 9 award. Terry -Dance, 10-1 p.m., Recreation asset a teacher can have is are pending too, for irradiated the greatest need in America to- FrostproofFROSTPROOF for Cello and Orchestra: no difficulty at all In mastering.
will now be shooting for his Center. eagerness to learn and we found oranges and lemons day Is faith in the wisdom of do- CUARMERI Choro for Cello! Aldo Parisot is a cellist of
expert award whitih will have SATURDAY Beginners Baton that here in abundance." Ing right." and Orchestra Aldo Parlsot the first rank His tone is rich

to be issued and approved by (-8 years of age. 10:30: .m., Ruth and her husband, Jo- Rays Move On The campaign was long and of The citizens cellist Vienna State Opera and controlled hi. technique almost -

the National Rifle Association.Women's Recreation Center; Air Rifle seph, both 25, are teaching at Irradiation to preserve food Is t bitter; second choice votes de-l Frostproof turned out in force Orchestra, Gustav Meier con violmlstic. It is hard to

11 ..m., Recreation Center; Be- the modern Enugu campus of done by gamma rays or electron i clded the Issue. Carlton drew to yesterday honor on John Maxcy Day ducting. Westminster 17037, imagine that his playing of these

ginners Baton 8-12 years of age the University of Nigeria Miller -beams It's the kind that doesn't I 77,569 first choice votes and 28,- leading citizen.A their. community's monaural 19037 two concertos could be sur
Exercise : 11:30: am, Recreation Center! I is a law instructor and his stay on to leave any lingering I 470 second choice votes. Heitor Villa.Lobes. who died passed.

The Parks and Recreation Department Intermediate Baton, 12:30: p.m., wife teaches French. radio-activity kilts decaying I Sidney J. Calls, a former governor highlight the of the celebrationwas last year was one of South Am-| Is offering women's Recreation Center; Junior High The Millers and the Daniel- agents and moves on. (1916-1920) polled 88.9Mand baked in presentation of a cake erica's most.brilliant and versatile .
exercise each Monday and Friday -Night Only, T.30-10: p.m., Recreation -sons never have met. Benin City FDA approval means that the I 9,068 respectIvely Fons A. the form of a replicaof composers BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto
9:30: am until 10:30: ..m. Center. and Enugu are 150 miles apart irradiated food Items are Hathaway, road board chairman Frostproof which Maxcy He possessed an I No. 4 In O Major Piano Sonata
at the Recreation Center, 203 and In the Peace Corp's life stamped safe for human con under a former governor received to build. The cake was infinite variety, No. 9 in E. Major Opus

N. Mass. The first class saw 13 The all-American favorite for span they are a generation sumption. 67,849 first choice votes: Mr.brought and to the celebration by wrote in .11' 14, No. I. Gina Bachauer

ladies register. Twelve more a geographical place name Is apart. Indeed the Millers would Researchers have talked of I John S. Taylor 37,304 and J. M Frostproof Mrs. Eugene Bordaof forms his I idioms n' pianist, Skrowaczewskl conducting .

ladies can be expected and are Summit. There are some 70 Summits seem to fit what David Daniel. these advantages, among others Carson 3271. Colin English ; Mr. and Mrs. ranged the London Symphony
desired to continue this pro- scattered from the East son meant by sophisticated. new- of Irradiation to preserve i Jr. of Tallahassee -from romantic Orchestra. Mercury SR 90381.
Stale In Bad ,
Shape friends of Mayor
gram. Coast to Alaska. comers. food through impresliomstic : monaural MO 50381.
-. 1 A farmer could virtually eliminate In the general election -when Maxcy; and Mrs. S. Edwin to mod.t .; ."0.. Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto .
'r Bruce .
; Simply A Job spoilake by giving his the state voted for Republican of Sebring, Maxcy's sis ern. His mood ... opens with a quiet statement -
Radio TVService I "I guess we all feel now that fruit a dose of radiation as soon I Herbert Hoover, the first time Resolution could be Introspective t of the first theme for solo

NANCE'S ,the Peace Corps I. aimply a job as it Is harvested Florida voted Republican since, Adopted witty, i \\\ )., piano. It Is a theme of exquisite
to do In the best way we can A housewife could buy a ham 1878 Carlton got 148,455 votes resolution adopted for the' eloquent, sar.' simplicity illustrating quite a
chicken 'and occasion by the Polk County donic, humorlsMrl. Sokoloff different conception than the
rather than ,,5 great project to or turkey and keep It on William J. Howey received one
save the world," said Ruth Miller the pantry shelf for months. 95018. Democratic Executive Committee tic, intellectual. In his more that a concerto is primarily a
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV Commercial fishermen could When Carlton was inauguratedon Identified Maxcy. "our than 1,500 compositions there is vehicle to show off the virtuosity -

Complttt Lint of Motorola' i "The Peace Corps prepared triple the shelf life of certain Jan. 8, 1929 the state was in fellow Polk Countian long- great flavor of the music of his of the solo Instrument. This

Horn Erttortalnmont Equipment ua well for our work," her husband -fish and other seafoods by giving -bad shape financially and physi time mayor and former cornmissioner" native Brazil. concerto has been described as
102 W. LEMON LAKELAND 682-4445 added. them dose of radiation and cally. The great hurricane of of Frostproof and Like Bartok In Hungary, the :the most lyric and profound of

CThere' were few surprises storing them at one degree Sept. 18, 1928 had crashed cites his service to the Democratic real way to the fount of Villas:Beethoven's piano concertos. The
Partv In Pnlk Cnuntv. movement, 'that matchless
above Lobos'
freezing. ashore In the Palm Beach-Fort ; came through his
: Some of Maxcy's civic'accomplishments ,dialogue between the solo instrument .
Food Anywhere Lauderdale area, swept across contact with the folk songs and
as listed In the dances of and the orchestra' Is
The American I Lake Okeechobee and then fol his native land. He
soldier anywhere lowed the backbone of the state:, resolution, include: had very little formal musical I one, of the most profound and
in the world could I get!i to the Line "The honorable John Maxcy training and at the :moving of musical utterances.
food that leaving 2,- outset of his
tastes like the fresh,
accompanied by another Polk The music is simple almost
000 dead and millions of dollars career played In restaurant and
.., item i back home. damage. County citizen, persuaded the. theatre orchestras. But at the I stark but there is a luminous
The Army has done extensive Legislature of Polk I soaring quality to it of wonderful
Even before, the Florida County to age of 25 he went on a long i
i research at its Natick Mass, "boom" had burat and scores of pave (on a county-wide basis) trip through the Interior of I beauty. It Is incredible that
Food Preservation Library to banks had closed. Virtually the road from Fort Meade to zil in search of the folk music Brat I this concerto was comparatively
good field rations for its county was burdened with I Frostproof, about the year 1920. |of his people. This marked, asit I unknown until Mendelssohn revived -

men.Will bonds for courthouses schools "The Honorable John Maxcy, did also with Bartok, the beginning 1 it during his tenure as
radiation processing replace In cooperation with other onductor: of the Gewandhaus
roads, bridges and canals.As public: of the development of
established methods such spirited citizens of Frostproof his own personal style. Orchestra In Leiozle. Schumann
as canning and freezing? governor, Carlton put obtained a million dollars worth I Villa.Lobos wrote of that performance: "'I
through a plan for distributing was a cellist and
No says Anthony A. Bertasch of civic Improvements that Included his feel and received such pleasure from it
the gasoline tax on this basis knowledge of
: the
head of
the government's Inter as I have
never and I
paved streets, an effi instrument enjoyed,
two cents to the State Road Department Is complete. This
departmental committee on radiation cient water system sidewalks, sat in my place without movinga
two to the county concerto Is full of the rhythmsand
preservation of food. street lights and a new city hall I I sounds muscle or even breathlng-
bond fund of Brazil
and the fifth to the It
"It's was
everything else in afraid of
for Frostproof about the year written for Aldo making the least
equally. Two thirds of Parlsot who
an expanding and noise I"Gina
______ economy a the county's cent was to go Into 1925. went over it again and again
growing population-it's
not go- 'Heart of Gold'"He Bachauer who played
with the
I IL ing to displace anything," the school fund and one-third composer before its here in Lakeland
first some years
served chairman of performance in
Bertsch ,to the lateral road fund. A New York
said in Interview. is
in 1955. ago a pianist of real stature
the Florida Citrus It is
sixth Commission I a fine
cent very
was added for example
Estimates that Her
are It
won't hit exquisite tone and lyric
the commercial schools and institutions of higher during the years of 19361940.., of the originality, vigor
market until and sense, and her firm technical
about learning and during his term gave much beauty of ViilaIobos'music
,command combine to make thisa
assistance to the citrus: growersof I
Changes Made Florida The Guarnieri work was given very fine performance.

SchoolVans Changes were made In game "The Honorable John Maxcy, its first performance also by *
and fish green fruit and tax collection has a 'heart of gold' and numbers |Aldo Parisot. with the Orchestra -
Singing ProgramA laws. But one of the of hungry and needy persons of America In 1962. It is Henr>'k Szeryng Plays Treasuresfor

moat controversial was the bill have been assisted by his of moderate interest musically the Violin. Charles Reiner

program, "Young America to legalize race track betting generosity; in fact he i. intereated and is filled with passages de- pianist. Mercury SR 90367

Sings," will be presented at the Race tracks had operated In In everything that happens monaural MG 50367
New Civic Center Friday evening Florida off and on for more than to his friends and he is,1" The title of this record is descriptive

at 7.30: o'clock by the Winston 100 years, at Pensacola. Port St. in fact, a Christian gentleman Lakeland SeniorIn of the ten short violin
Elementary School. Joe, Jacksonville and Tampa in every respect." pieces that Szeryng performs,

The program will be under but betting had been outlawed.. In addition to his civic accomplishments -I among them works by Brahms
the direction of Victoria Torke By thla time dog tracks were M. x c y has SemiFinalsFor Debussy Loc.lelll.!!! Rimsky-Kor-
music director and will be ac-|operating In the Miami area and served as president of the Citizens sakov, Vitali and Cluck. They
companied by Sue Fowler. hones raced at Tampa Downs. Bank of Frostproof for the combine to form a delightfullittle

The program will consist of The 1931 Legislature passed past 40 years. Scholarship concert skillfully and

songs auch as Onward Christian the racing bill and Carlton vetoed charmingly played. Szeryng
Soldiers, Suwannee River, Homeon it. Dan Chappell, a I LlkeJand' High' School 1 made hl' debut In fho U"tedStates !
young I seniol
President r 1957-- hi.
Carrier makes the quietest neighborsEven the Range and America The Miami lawyer and politician led I Abigail Doggett. daughter 01 r and In musical and virtuosity fast
style are
Beautiful. a i to i the Rev and Mrs.
campaign get approved Caxton
.. [gett, 504 S. Lake winning him a place wherever
II has he performs.
Vision Week j reached the semi-finals In the:

the new outdoor condensing unit of Carrier central air conditioning National Merit Scholarship pro-

Is quiet-with a sound level substantially below any of its Invitation To Bid Lyndon WASHINGTON B. President Ir.m.In order. to become a finalist New Lights Set

predecessors. Stand right next to it and you hear only a faint hum. a..I.d kid* will k* ***iud ky th* Purchailno a.t, C, of Lak- March Johnson 1 to 7 has proclaimed she must submit her scores on
w'C. Flr.da. Mnt.l 10 00 5*. 55Y.. as "Save
TiMMay. the
kWe call It "neighbor approved" .whH_time all, kid* reea,vd hll k* *ukliry Fekruar.*eened : tha 104 Canrn t- Your Vision Week" to dramatize Scholastic Aptitude Test to For Democratic
<**llowniFurnih neem, City Haiti Lakeland, Ci*.,da.5d..C&'U C for th* the Importance of vision be compared with her scores on
But what's Just as important to Is the real old-fashioned I the National Merit Scholarship
you care to the American
all laker
..aemomant... and material, to dumantl. and people. Qualifying Test. Convention Hall
.. ..
r bud,5 c. Con tOO' Club Mou.. a..i5u. ,. The From a group
thrift of this President's action followed -
quiet new Carrier home system. It uses as much as 8% In Lakeland. Florida n aecordano* with specification* which of about 1 13.000
are availakl in th* oftic of th* *wr.ha.,no Ant.id a joint resolution of Congress ., seml-finalists the
less electricity than Its predecessors. t0,5 .....011.. ......1 ..... I.. his .55' 51'. a.w,5 of t,_ _, passed last Dec. 30 and 1964 Merit Scholars will be se ATLANTIC CITY N.J. CAP)
.OIm.'o'... _'h., '. _as a's .1" .... 5.. 0" ... wlI ... ....,.....H'.d to .5.-to calls for an annual observance lected with the winners announced [Democrats will be shown In

And Carrier central air conditioning costs you no more than thall loa ..........** ky e.rtaid ... .. ad during the first week in March. Students on who April 23 a true light when they attend

any other make. A bit less than some. It won't knock your current W payakl* u,...,t*Hi th* *.''City'oil. eTLakeand"lnwThVamewnlr will net ....dr..ft.. th... .no,, lie.a.n.. ..."'.... The resolution, introduced in of commendation received letters their national nominating convention
.4nd, if awarded a eentract. h. will within ten aa* tlOl n* .f.'ts.b.d._..... Congress by the American Op- are Alma Dell here in August.Mayor .
budget out ot kilter either. We'll arrange for a low down paymentand talendar day* after. net ic* of uchiawaro} onter into a written een- Smith daughter of Mr. and Joseph Altman said
t..t.t5th tometric
-.... ...-..CI *f Lakaland. Florida In .awrdan** with tn* aea Association, calls upon Mrs. Raymond C. Smith. 1830 Friday
easy monthly payments. the various professions In vision Cherokee new mercury vapor
(ULlO.h .kid .h." loa neleieel wlthlo. wile. *nvla* with th* word | care and the public to unite to Trail; Howard Dol l"ights to be installed In the ceiling -
Call us for a careful cost estimate-complete to the last detailto VUlLOINdj 5D and-...-D"'OLITIOM'. nm* .larly 0'. CiVIC marked. CINTuC.n uSa *CLSIU ut.*d* tHrf.Tk MOU". conserve the "irreplaceable gift ,Bose M.son of Dr. and Mrs. Howard of the main auditorium in
give you a firm Idea of how little cool comfort really costs.IMPERIAL City of Lakeland reairvee th. rlofct to w..,.* Infermalltie. In of vision." Ave.; Susan F. 2130 Benford Convention Hall will be color
''' '' I Johnson daugh--corrected
:=: : < so the on
y _.'*'d that In. 'to"J.udiment h.Tll k> = thVkiMtnintarat Johnson pointed out that visual ter of Mr. and Mrs. delegates
., of tc. C's disorders and defects In chil- Johnson 3202 Maurice E the floor will have a natural
I dren and youth Interfere with East Circle color.

f- GAS SERVICE CITY OF LAKELAND, FLORIDAR. intellectual, social and emotional daughter: Denette of Mr. and Mrs.McConnell. The Democratic convention
Duane committee had objected to original '
l .J', 1121 Ntw Auburndolo. Hwy. I development.The Congressional action was I. McConnell. 2605 Jonila Ave.; i plans for installing the mercury
D. Pert and Susan F, Upshaw. daugh, .
vapor lamps. The committee
Florida's Sen.i
supported ter of
CALL 688-3868 I Mr. and
urchoiins .. LaniesUp- I contended the would
"t lamps
| i Spessard Holland and Representatives -shaw 419 E. Maxwell ,
Don Fuqua and All of the Dr. cast a green pall over the delegates -
students are the booths and
Claude Pepper,
I seniors u. I jI: in the hall.

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb II, 1904 1-8
IAiRl I _ _
Question On ballot For State Convention Of Teachers

I SCOOPBy DON EMERSON Ii Desegregation Vote Could Destroy Florida Education Assn. I

Airport Division City of Lakeland

Lakeland Municipal Airport'I TALLAHASSEE m The be virtually Impotent: Its Influence perhaps the YEA would avoida cator said, and no move to coming up In Miami Beach in mocracy by removing any racial The greatest blow to the organization '
}10180 acres as an economicalasset Florida Education Associationvotes In the legislature and showdown between south raid the FSTA for members April and because Dr Joe restrictions" would be loss of tu

week Embry is being-Riddle Justified Aeronautical Last on racial desegregationIn the membership its finances, which provides Florida Integra tlonlsts and The question of desegregation Hall, Dade school superintend. Dade Group OpenedThe lobbying powers, In past seasions ,

Institute was looking for April, risking an Internal north Florida segregationists arose last Septemberwhen ent, was a candidate for FEA Its grip on the lawmaking .
a Alter Charter who hold much of the organization's Dade County school Dade Classroom Teachers
new location and upheaval that could destroythe president. won major prizes
preferably process
on Influence in the legislature board member Jack Gordon Association opened its
an airport, ao the Industrial powerful political voice of The actual decision facing
proposed no leaves or expense But the Dade board urged for teachers who pay annual
Board Hew to Miami to offer 80 40.000 public school teachers convention delegates is not The FEA also feared that pay for teachers to attend the FEA to eliminate Its racial doors to Negroes last year, dues ranging from $9 to $20
to 100 acres of the whether to admit Negroes to and the Negro group may
airport as The of
a question whether to of
but advance publicity would endanger meetings segregated professional restrictions citing i t s depending on salary levels.
site. The membership, whether to
Industrial Board be dissolved.
DIrector open its ranks to Negro teachers organizations, of eventually
the vote by bringing policy not considering race Perhaps its major legislative
the racial bar
drop by lifting
announced that the Board a step advocated by Dade The 1963 legislature handedthe
is the word "white" out of the public pressure on delegates! This would prevent Dade's In employment of teachers, function Is striving for
presently working with officials County members, appears on charter. before convention time "What 7,400 members from attendingthe or treatment of students FEA the responsibility! for teacher pay raises, But it also
of a northern firm for a the ballot for the state FEA county superintendent, facing FEA convention, leave Says Gordon, "I don't see setting standards for teachers plays a vital role In the combined
possible location at Drane Field. convention In Miami Beach, A high-ranking educator, re-election In a segregationist them with no voice in the organization how teachers can consider when it passed a bill designating education lobby,
The Board also announces 23.25.It's who asked not to be quoted, _
an April county, could vote his con- and eventuallycause themselves professional they teaching as one of the professions
aircraft firm will have representatives bound to be explosive, said It was hoped that careful science," said the educator, them to drop out, it was use race as a basis for memo ,\'OIR TICKET TO
I In Lakeland next even though groundwork for work behind the scenes feared. bership In what they considerto In addition, the FEA was
week to confer with them. All of quiet desegregation already is would enable the vote to be No Move To Merge be IMPORTED FOODS
their professional organization named as the agency to Investigate i
this action should certainly pro- being laid in the more liberal taken without fanfare and that There was no move to com Resolution Tabled charges against .ailed., ..7armaeon i
duce results Let us never stop counties at the faculty level few Negroes would seek membership bine the FEA with the Florida Gordon's resolution w a stabled "I hope the teaching profession teachers. These functions con. ,
working to make a better Lake At stake are two things State Teacher's Association, until July of this year in Florida will publicly tributed to its high reputationas PAIl IIIOrPIIIt crassetMLA
land. without which the FEA would If this happened, he said. its Negro counterpart, the edu because the convention was demonstrate its belief In de a Quasi state aaencv
Several years ago, and al-
though nothing came of it, we
suggested that every Lakelander -
whether on a business trip
or vacation, be furnished with a

cards suitable that number extoll of Lakelands business size virtues IMPORTANT PURCHASES FOR WINS a.FAaULOUS WEn LOA

would, be Imprinted phone and on address the card for BUI.PVERY I1sluTUlol' i Alui' :l st?:'DDi r

Inquiries, also a personal invi- r IMPORTANT PEOPLE. YOUlSHOWER .........,''''A04NA/I'N'N'S AJRepyn'I
tation to visit Lakeland and a ,
place for the distributor to sign NMM O'eased{Oe OIlIGAfIONl coesa IH ANO"" AIL._. @
his name and Lakeland address
The Incentive for everyone to / %
. leave these cards all across the
United States or where-ever they
travel would be a reward of ten
..r dollars for every thousand dollars -
worth of new business relocating
in Lakeland due to T.DAY f'i
reading the card left by the
business ambassador" from l v
Lakeland. The cards could be / ss' ,
Included In travel agencies
ticket folders and also availableto VALUE S !
vacationers at airports storesor
gas stations. Just imagine, ten
thousand persons a year travel-
ing from Lakeland and leavingone I h
uyal hundred cards along the way .
would distribute ONE MILLION
ofch pieces of advertising I kT1iIT11II
Another good piece of
tose for the airport comes from a''I
sduthern direction An aircraft
electronics repair and calibration QUALITY
firm wants to relocate at :r
the Lakeland Airport. This typeof _. DISCOUMt
operation attracts hundredsof
aircraft to this area for their d
too services and while In for repairs 1 /
ow the crews avail themselvesof I
the various services offered
by our local businesses This Is
Just one of the many ways an
airport bolsters the area economy -
'l. .
American Cyanamid Com i ; ?
N executive 1 t =- ,
pany's jet was in and
to out of Lakeland / t.q a .n
several times +
toa this week. This l'/J million dollar !
business plane takes sixteen : \M'
hundred gallons of jet fuel at a
gulp from the tanker trucks at
ou Lakeland Municipal Airport ?t1P ALJjM4dIII1

Liberty National Insurance .
o[ ,.
Company's twin engine execu- -
he9S five plane was In Lakeland as ; ) / ..

last officials town this visited*past*their week* office herein I M:1i! (V .I .. '-: ..,

Whenever you see a blue helicopter / w sir pRIGE /
perched on the old band- \ .
stand base on Lake Mirror (nowa IGirls'
Federal Aviation Agency cer- / > MISSES'REVERSIBLE
tified helipad) will be
you seeIng -
/ 2 Piece
just another everyday use of

air transportation. The gentle- I 80Y$' SWEATER DRESSES AND PRINTEDMen' /
man flying the whirlybird finds 'f
this is the best way to keep his ACRILAN or COTTON CHESTERFIELD
n Short Sleeve
dental appointments in Lake long or V.I.P. PRICED
land while living in Lake Placid. DRESS SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS

.8.tt City Library V.I.P. PRICED V.I.P. PRICED 3. 9 7 RAINCOATS

Lists Canadian / 2 $ S 1.11 COMP. VALUE 5.98107,98 /

/ FOR Only at Fields! BoHor mole Orion ocrylic 1

d I COMP. VALUE 1.69Sofia" cardigan sweater and fin. combed cattail,
Travel FilmsAs 1
COMPo VALUE 1.69 6 6 6
/ eaiy-care, completely waihoble, sleeveless
c Fin. count white 144 1 76 sonforir.drood color I I button-down. Stripes' and check' dreti Lilac, Pint. Maiit. Sims 3 to 12. /
one eight Florida / cloth. Topstitched collars end convertible
d in button-down st 1.. Short sleeve.' Eneellontassortment I
libraries In y
participating the
cuffs Mod,nd, Tab collar ,
Spread or Spread
s Canadian Travel Film circuit to choose from. Suet e to 16. Ch" reversible coat with club collar or /
Tab or Button down oifords. Sues 14 to !6'/t
the Park Trammell Public LIbrary hidden hood, that reverses prettily to printed acetate
has received its thirdgrou'p ';;s toffeta Treated with American Cyanamid Company's

of films for the 1963-64 w... '", ___- --- = o + VI P "Permel Plus" for long lasting water, spot and wrinkle re

s season. :' .... \ .. ..._ -,: 5A I.B sistant qualities Also available in printed cotton with
Nova Scotia ByWays a --- 'c J Chesterfield collar Misses Sizes 8 18
/ t' a .01. A. \ i psI' -- to
fourteen minute film, presentsa ...: ....... .'1IIR e====- S-- y ? Petites 5 to 1 1I 13
colorful sampling of the natural -: : ..... .=--- -=,
\. -
beauty of Nova Scotia \
1 countryside and seashore as g. :V"V...,.- \
seldom seen by the average >-: ...
tourist I .. _.. ; i i f. t
In "Voyageur Country an- --f .\. = -,, j
other fourteen minute film two '

I I modern-day adventurers retraces t. (fiA !
the historic route of Champlain's .% r- *Ln't'r
of the Ottawa Val
1 exploration = = ,
ley and its majestic wilderness. .. 1 1..
: :. ('l'.J =0: _
"Where Winter's a Pleasure'is ;
a twenty seven minute film \ .'S _: Mftrit ferine*wore Ove* tt..,4$h. =- /

r the featuring Canadian breathtaking Rockies' views ski runs of I-\ ',,' vr f( \\ DINNER WARE SET t /

and the winter splendor of the Q / I 1
Banff.Lake Louise ski resort. 1 La.J dies' Orfon Bulky \\\
The 16 mm sound films In \ ?
color are available from the / iIOP'7Dc --- /
library without charge: for I 4 _
to in the Lakeland Jumbo l
showing groups V.I.P. PRICED
Kapok fill '
Miffs.W.//. I
area. The third group of *.. !
from the / S.rvic.fa I. Choice of "Sea Mitt", Star
films will be shipped BATH TOWELS PLUMP BEDPILLOWS I
library to the next member of / Flower". Dogwood' or "Crocus' pattern S Kroyt/'ff .

the circuit on March 31, so. V.I.P. PRICED dinners, salads, soups. cups, saucers. I cream. 2 7 6 UTILITY'PnIOOffsN'S" I
early bookings are advised: Orgamzations er, I sugar &. cover, I chop plate I nappy. I
and groups desiringto COMP. VALUE 3.99 and I
schedule a film may call the & Be
library, 6862857. / : Just Received JHELTII: Dries acrylic bey' sweeter 2 $ 3 I

/ Linhhould.r.Dy.dtoo hb ttoM.
16x26 HAND TOWELS ....44' : lOll 64 I
58 Miss fMELTEEtOrlonacr yk, brfy" sweater. Lint 22 2. I
12x12 FACE CLOTHS .....24c shoulder Dyed to match buttons ,- cut sue.. re
Marries AgainDENVER 1 51lf.ntodorless. Floral lick I
I I Woven stripe terry Super absorbent. Long 2 5 8 lULRTl Button or Zipp.r front. Collarless, cover Cord edge; pint or Power lane shafts with I
(APMIss Amer wearing Finest quality terry cloth with Club or Spread collar, Solids Jacquards. blue .other grips o puHtr styI,, .
lea of 1958, Marilyn Vanderbur, I I Cone: Mills, 'Wondasoft finish for softness White, Blue Pint Mane, Lilac, Bone 34 to 40 Also assorted",widget irons I

has taken a second husband' I Pink, Rote Lemon Frosted Blue, Mint, Green I
Lawrence A Atler, a Denver
lawyer. It Is his first marriage.iThe I |

ceremony was performed | LAKELAND U.S. 92 East Rose St. QUALITY' DISCOUNTS
In her parents' summer home I : at :
I I Q The enly I Irwe measure That give you instant
Rabbi Joseph 'do' I
Goldman near Denver The by couple will live | Open Mon thru Sat. 10-10; Sunday Noon to 7 P.M. .ALWAYS.I value guaranteed cash EVERY savings DAY guaranteed

In Denver after a honeymoon |
skiing trip through Colorado ( .,

I no J. -

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Holland To Announce ThursdayBy

Ledger Staff Writer

I J. BARTOW News reporters apparently were disappointed .
when Sen. Spessard Holland failed to for.
t6a mally declare himself a candidate for re-election several
weeks ago during a news conference in Tallahassee -

//M; obviously under
1 Ill the impression that Florida's senior
citizen had called the conference for ,'
PRICES GOOD THRU that purpose. It long has been an accepted
fact that Holland will seek an-
other term-but the fact still remains
orsc that he has yet to make a formal announcement -

t I I presld.ne el the State Association of Life Un. From a source close to the senator
FOOD center and Ed McMullin, "tn.rel lud!. comes this explanation as to why
t,ku7r .f tfce Lekelend AiMcletio .f Llf. Under- the announcement has not yet come
Iqt/IIS ".I.lIity of tho htnlnete dltrklen .f the United forward:
effort t. relte $20,009 f., thi United Fund. It seems that six months ago, STUART
QUANTITY RIGHTS Holland promised planners for the
Spessard L. Holland Appreciation Day that he
IIiIIIiIiiI IIiIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I II make the announcement here in Bartow on his day. .

Highs Again Our source did not elaborate as to when the an.
I / nouncement will be made, but it is expected to come
.EATWELL GREEN during the buffet supper which will conclude Thurs
the stocks ers were uncharged. day's activities honoring the senator.
genuine bull The Associated Press average The supper is scheduled to get under at 6:30
way :
of 60 stocks reached a record -
: many ac- high of 294.7 on Wednesdayand p.m. in the main hangar at the Bartow Air Base. This
in definite ended at 2947, making again year, for the first time, the supper is being opened to
of 1.2 on the week. the public.
C last week's Volume hummed along at This was made possible when planners of the
," Harold 22,026,010 shares compared with event decided to move into the larger facilities of the
6202 Noyes, not 21,359,679 a week ago. Air Base hangar.
= CAN Dow-Jones I The general background of. Admission to the buffet supper and the program
economic and corporate news that will follow will be identification buttons that
.= posted a rec remained quite encouraging. are being distributed for a minimum donation of $1
final trading Rallies were staged by the each.

= component of savlngs-and-loan holding compa- The entire activities are being billed as a "wel
MONOGRAM LONG CRAW LIMIT.1 WITH FOOD. made a flies, cigar manufacturers, airlines come home" ceremony for the former
Du Pont. and office equipments governor.
: this week Selected rails also did well. *
: closing a Corporate bond prices on the
FRICE historic peak New York Stock Exchange were More Announcements LikelyHolland's
:unchanged to fractionally higher. announcement probably will not be the
by only one to be made this week as noise on the political -
which: Volume totaled $60,753.000 par front to be heard little
begins a more each week.
1- Issues trad- value compared with $56,355,000 '
570 fell. Oth the previous week. Superintendent of Public Instruction Shelley
RED BIRD VIENNA LIMIT,j WITH FOOD ORDER : -- Boone is expected to join the growing list of incum
I bents who will seek re-election. The veteran educa
= tor's announcement is scheduled for the latter part of


iiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CITY HIGH SCHOOL Court Facilities InadequateThe

court facilities in the Polk County Courthouse .
SAT. 9 A.M.-9 P.M.
CITY seem to be becoming more and more Inadequate
PRIDE QUALITY SUN. 1.7:30: P.M. as the days go by.

ur.u so Each of the last two times the grand jury has
F.MOII. MAMa met, the jurors have had more than a few unkind
: :; .NANO WOM" MaN'...." words for the lack of ventilation in the jury room.

e O I CMILollaN"IMon {.. The last jury even went as far as to call in Com
SOLD 'Oil WILL 10.oN missioner Alan Trask and put him through a one-
\ THa souAa hour question period to prove their point. Trask re
I ports that the smoke got "pretty thick in there." To
1ioo."r" !! SAVE rub salt in the wound the air conditioning was not
\I functioning correctly and that was during a spell of
SAVE I warm weather for which Florida is noted.
I Also, the two circuit courtrooms are almost as
WORTH I outmoded as "I Like Ike" buttons. This was pointed

LBS 1"$2$ OO I out Polk during last week's murder trial of Zollie Leroy

3 Throughout the two days of the trial, the corridors -
of the second floor were crowded with witnesses .
On $4 fr SJ Fell Si.... called to testify in the trial. And witnesses
WORRELL PRIDE PURE PORK ROLL i tempi. All $4.00 Slion have to come through the main entrance to the court
1 $200
room because of the lack of a witness room connect.
YOU PAY $2.00 II ed to the courtroom either by a door or a corridor
Often times, after witnesses have waded their
. way through spectators to the witness stand, they
cannot be heard because of poor acoustics and no
LYKES SUGAR CREEK $ COMPLITI public address system.

STOCK And there are no press facilities. Often times,
SOUR Reitrlctloni trials which are of interest to readers can not be
FRANKS. adequately covered because of the lack
:: to ... 4.10 cilities. of these fa-

t. I
At least
once in the past, Judge William K. Love
moved a portable table Into the courtroom for use
!IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllHltiill 1 1E MEN'S NEOPRENEOXFORDS by the press. But when time for the next trial rolled
: around, the table had disappeared.
All of this is in contrast to the Criminal Court.
U. S. Il WHITE IRISH Price' Oil Rullt."t 5.1. I room in the modern Hall of Justice Building. The
Criminal Courtroom has everything lacking in the
ular 80. 0.,.._ I Circuit Courtrooms including a public address system

'E ::: $3.99 5 I 11'$2 ::.N"r;: I i i I and permanent press* *facilities.*

Something to think about: Comedian Red Skel.I .
I ton reports that he tends to look down on the low
k % -. LB tali necklines of women's dresses.

acteMdvdu.. U. Of Miami Announces

6.12 Sues D E $93 Million ExpansionMIAMI

ARRIVED. (AP-The Universityof for resources during the decade
Miami) announced Saturday a before It celebrates Its 50th an
$93 million development program niversary," said President Henry .
& Teens FLATS to be completed by 1975 King Stanford.
old.when the school will be 50 years The medical center complex,
consisting of six connected buildings
I "This program, as related to will be grouped around the
I fRESH LEAFY GREEN 366 this university, is as ambitious'city-operated: Jacksonville hospital -
as any In this country" said "The new medical center
Donald V Stophlet, vice presi- will move the university towardthe
I dent for development. ranks of the best medical
I i 2 P r. 7.00 Eight science and medical schools In the country," Stophlet
buildings are to be constructed-
hopefull In the next five said.The
I' $ly million natural' science
under the first phase of the development
center will buildingson
occupy two
Their cost was estimated the main campus In Coral Ga
I at $36 million.
JJII 1. About $7 million bles.The
was expectedto
'\. Oxfords University of Miami has
LFq :r { '. .. Slip-ons, renovation be spent of on expansion and about 13,000 students and an endowment
present structures of $14.5 million. It Is M
"if /.I. J L8 and other unnamed Items.
and Oxfords years old and most of Its growthhas
: t Dorms And Labs been recorded in the past 20
;a. S, N, M Widths I' Additional laboratories classrooms years

<< N, M Widths and residence halls were
C m mI. expected to cost: t34 million, although ALUMNI HOLD PICNIC
i 11I'11I11
I the university did not release Lakeland alumni of the Mor-
IIIII (i specific: plane. The remain- riiville Agricultural and Tech
: / ing SIR million is to be split between nical Institute, Morrlsville, N.Y .
increased student scholarships yesterday Joined alumni from
r and faculty salaries. other areas of Florida in a picnic -
I LAKELANDS U.S. 92 Lost at Ron St. .",,e."; AS IS "The University of Miami will at ZephyrhilU Clarence
,,, f make Its greatest contributionsto Fulmer of Jungle Street. Lakeland -
.. ,
1 OP.Hl Dub l 10 I.l .un y Nan 1 r M. teaching and research and and Remsen, N.Y., is
I I will face its greatest demands,president of the chapter.S .

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limit One With $3 or More Order

NURSES' ROLL CALL MONTH DISCUSSED-Thoio th,.. Lok.lon4. Gonorol Hotpitol rtgli.lnt .
"..,... .,. thown htro diwuulng N..,...' Roll Cell Month .,."..,... by the florid H.."..'
, AiMclotlon, which, hoi 01 Its aim to enlist tho Inttroit and support of ivory orofoiilonol/ "..,.. in FXCELI-ENG / i
order .. trongthon tho itumitf; profoiilon, tho professional m.mb.nbip, .,.."I..tloll ond tho Indlvl-
duol mombor. They oro, from tho loft Mn. Atho Russell .....1.'. director .f ....".., Mn. Wilmo
I Fowler .director of curios and. M,.. tdne Wugk. enlttont director .. """.., newly employed Into Prk.i Effective Fob. 17th Thru 19th
.Her petition on recommondoHoii of tho Hamilton S..r...,. (Lodger Photo by Hvghet) atsr.

: "

I f f Lakeland ?Chamberf 1010 E. ROSE ST. I" Plus TOP VALUE STAMPS

I i\ < \4,- r. *A :
ProgramSet : ;
.Of'fCommerce Notes KWIK CHEK
In HavenTelevision' : ;. :

a, ;".L.:: :eL. H' .. -.,,_ _. ....I.1I And Wed. Features
1 QUlntlty Rights Renamed Mon., Tue.

"Queen For A By JOHN M. BRYSON Streets and Highways, Benny
Day" show which lists the I General Manager Fenton; Tourist Don Sutton;
Florida Citrus Commission as President Bill Schroter has I Tourist Attractions Charlie I SAVE lOe QUAKER OR MOTHER'SSAVE SAVE 8c IIBBYS PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT

one of Its sponsors is comingto gotten off to a fast start with Cooper; and U. S. Chamber

of Florida telecasts In March from the for a Florida series I his committee chairman assignments Projects, Marvin Henderson I R.g.Limit Pkg. 32 Cm

and several of the committees Sheets Used Outs 2 29c Drink 15

Citrus ven.The Exposition Commission In, Winter which will Ha work racking are already up some hard noteworthy at,1 The membership comes primarily of the committees from- ChTwe Theo:

the committee sheets IIBBYS MOLASSES, VEGETABLE OR
bring the popular give-away work of preference SAVE 4e EA -
quite a number of them
the which mailed out re- 4e REGULAR SIZE CLEANSER
show to Exposition expects continues from to are upon TOMATO STYLE PORK &
capacity crowds of 2.000 persona year year ceipt of dues so we urge that
with little if
for each of the daily sessions any interruption you fill this sheet out and return
which is, of It should
course as
which will be taped for it to us immediately upon limit 14 ox. Cm
be. Here is the complete list
viewing by several million fans of this date.Accommodations: receiving It in the mail. Ajux Two Beans Limit Four 10
from coast to coast. Shows will Representing Lakeland at the
be taped at 1 o'clock Monday! Jacques third annual Florida Industrial Choltf6Pak
through Thursday March 9 to' Brown; Advertising. Dick Chamberlain Safety Conference and Exposition

12, with an additional taping at ; Aviation (Commercial), in Jacksonville this past DIXIE DARLING DELICIOUS RAISIN DIXIE DARLING fRUIT fiLLED
S on Thursday March 12. I John Most, Aviation (Private), week were our chairman, G F
For regular "Queen For a Joe Ruthven; Beautification, (Zim) Zimmermann Jr. State
Day" fans who watch the program : Curtis Peterson Jr. and Dick Jaycee Executive V. P. Jim 20 0t.
on television the Winter Balmond; Better Business Division Farrer and Dr. Allen Cole of Brend lose 2ge Buns PkB. 3ge
Haven shows can be seen In the: Ralph Daugherty Budget !
central Florida area at 3:30: Dudley Towne; Citrus, Alan IMC.We went to
Hart; Civic and legislative Affairs a very great
o'clock Orlando's WFTV
over amount of trouble which, 1
Snow Martin Jr.; Com- -
(Channel 9) the same day as hasten to add, '
Lanier we were glad to
the taping, with the exceptionof munity Development .FRESH MEATS
Upshaw; Conservation Recreation do in compiling and sendingin ,
the last Thursday show which
the data for the Florida
Clyde McGmnes; Educa-
will be seen the following after-I
State Chamber's 1963
tion, H. Anderson Executive "Directoryof
audience George ; SELECT SLICED
noon. ABC's nationwide Florida Industries" You QUICK FROZEN SHOULDER
Bill Schroter Florida
week will\ of see March the shows 16, with duringthe the Southern College Rex: Gay, would be entirely right therefore BEEF
Good Neighbor John Clark and In guessing that we liter Lamb Roast lb.39c
same. 3:30: o'clock viewingtimes. I Seth McKeel; Industrial War- ally hit the ceiling when upon .
Bob its issuance we found that it QUICK, FROZEN SHOULDER
ren Clegg; Membership I
The) Commission announced Sumeley, National Affairs, Mark listed less than half"our local
that anyone wishing to attend Nora Hollls and Levie Smith Jr., manufacturing firms and some Liver Lamb Chops lb.49c
the taping sessions at
Mayo Auditorium of the Citrus Phosphate, Dick Ehlis; Polk of those erroneously. It was .
Building should write to the County Junior College Bernard with exceeding pleasure that fRESH MEATY
Johnson and Frank Foster, we received a small consignment -
Florida Citrus Exposition, P. O.
Program of Work Bill Schro of the long-awaited 1964 Pork Steaks lb.49c
Box 1460, designating a preferred
date for attending. Because ter; Safety, G. F. Zimmermann supplements a few days ago, .

of limited seating capa- Jr., Special Projects Dan Bag- and we recommend them as a rorIII t..... ....._ .
We Give Value
Frank Decker vast improvement and well Top Stamps
in the auditorium tickets ley; Sports ; r I
city will be limited to two per re- worth their $2.00 price tag. I C J Fancy Thin Skinned Yellow For Excellent Free Gifts
Arnold Matthews, per i 1 I
acting secretary -
quest. Each request should be 2 9
Meat School I i1
accompanied by a self -addressed I of the Polk County Central Pound Onions3'29c
stamped envelope in Labor Union spoke by invitation 1 i .., ,.
be nailed. to the 17 members
which The daily tickets schedule can except for Set HereWednesday present at last Wednesday morning's : !I .' t.: .. 1 1I
calls session of our National
the late Thursday show
for the doors of Nora Mayo Auditorium Affairs committee. .

to open at 11:30: In the Participation Good I
with a per- Beef Uvsr and Onions A Delicious
morning warm-up
BARTOW-Monte R. Flett, di- One of the U. S. Chamber'smost
iod directed by the show's mas- rector of meat merchandising outstanding and effective Combination At Terrific Prices j ..

ter of ceremonies, Jack Bailey, with the National Livestock and projects is its annual Aircade Try Some Tonight!
The telecast
at noon.
beginning Meat Board in Chicago will for Citizenship Action during SINGLETON Frez.nBreaded .
promptly at 1 -
taping starts conduct a "Meat Retailers which the organization's top .
The schedule for the '
I School" at the Polk County Agricultural volunteer and professional lead
has doors
I late Thursday taping Center here Wednes- ers conduct one-day meetingswith CHEF FROZEN
i opening at 3:30.: the warm-up day, announced Jack T. Mo area chamber members in
j I beginning at 5."Queen. at 4, and the telecast Cown County Agricultural IS cities around the country. WafflesSOUTHLAND 5 10 Pkgs.:: $100
Agent. Our chamber has chalked up a
For Day"
a The school will be held In the fine record of participation In
rather inconspicuously during home demonstration auditorium these affairs, having had a dele Shrimp FROZEN FRENCH OR REGULAR CUT
World War II and has been a
starting at 7:30: o'clock gation of eight Including Dr. 10 01.
favorite with women television for McCown lIid.Designed Jere Annie as a panelist at Beans 3 Pkgs. 49
viewers since The queen for businessmen who Jacksonville In 1958, and tying .
each performance is sell meat products on a retail for the largest out-of-town delegation
from the audience at that par level, the program will entail with 24 In Tampa in
ticular show requiring a swift discussions and demonstrationsof 1960 and a busload of 36 last i
survey of candidate qualifica- market in Orlando.At .
operation pricing
tions that results four eventually finalists.in use of new meat cuts, merchandising this writing, we have about 2 $100 (tL
the selection of Wk
The queen is chosen from this and lamb.and cutting beef pork five Miami lined on March up to 3,go but down hope to to : Ky'ri. _ _
of finalists on the strength
group considered authority
Flett is an double this group within the
of audience applause.Amnesty BIS
on meat cuts and has pre- next few days. Overall cost will
sented similar educational programs run from $15 to $50 each de- SAVE! 9c
Given in all parts of the pending on which of these ways CITRUS
county. the trip Is made: drive down ,
The school will! be hosted by _
and back the same day possible jj
Egypt ConvictsCAIRO the Polk County Agent and but pretty rugged; drive BUlf
Home Demonstration Agent, down the night before and return MIRACLE
with Barlow's Publix store providing 3:30: adjournment the
President upon
(AP) _
Carnal Abdel Nasser has declared the meats used in the next afternoon; fly South Cen- Margarine.- 3lc
demonstrations. The school will Lakeland from
an amnesty for an un- tral from or jet
known number of political prisoners be sponsored by the Florida Tampa; take the DC-7 char- nbr web.
including at least three i Agricultural Extension Service tered by the Winter Park Chamber STOKELY

one-time Imprisonment followers sentenced for plotting toMe !I and and Meat by the Board.'Former National. Livestock $--10 an leaving all-expense Orlando packagefor Municipal Chili Sauce . 12 n. Sill 27 FANCY SWEET JUICY FLORIDA

against his regime, Informed I I at 7 a.m.Well I STOKELY SEA FOOD lb.
sources said Thursday. Worth Time Oro nes 5 bag 49cCocktail

The amnesty was declared on Residents'Daughter However you go, it'll be well Sauce 12 -Si" 27c .
the eve of Bairam holidays I
which end the Moslem holy worth your time and expense STOKELY BAVARIAN fANCY JUICY
To Be and I can refer you to at least
month of Ramadan. 40 Lakelanders who'll back me Sauer Kraut 2 303 Cans 33c lb.

up In that statement. But we G I 5 39,
I bag
SociologistWill On TelevisionOne must hear from you soon In or- STOKELY rope rUI
der to make your reservationsand
SpeakAt of a quintet of young right away, in fact if you Diced Beets 2 303 Cans 31 c .

acrobats who will appear on want to Join the Central Florida ..Qr'\'jtl ', wy ,./ 'l- 'fJ"'i: ,' T. ... '. ',..,.}o ]
leaving from Orlan- F f r. > { : : .L.
Southern coast to coast television this group
afternoon Is the daughter of a do.Our Alcoa Aluminum Auitox Salada! NBC Waverly
Miss Sonia Reid a young sociologist former Lakeland resident new Red Carpet Clubbers Muelleri
will be the chapel Kendall Raker. 11, the daughter they really haven't decidedon Foil Chili with Beans Spaghetti Tea Wafers
speaker at 10:10: aim Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rakerof that name yet have begun

lege. at Florida Southern Col- a member Tallahassee of, the will Tallahassee perform ..i 1 their monthly work at and breakfast will meet to reporton twice 75 ft7QC/ 3 300 $100 lb. 23ctPklb..I:, 45C 1H. oz. 33C
Ron V
Just returned from Algeria, Tumbling Tots on the Ted Mack their membership contactsIn Cans Pkg.
where she worked in a children' Amateur Hour, which is scheduled -: the meantime, we're happyto
home, she will discuss at 5:30: o'clock. welcome new member Clyde
conditions in North Africa.A Her father Is a former Lake- Woodson executive director ol Crackin' Good New iCrcamcttcsMb.
Phi Beta Kappa graduate land Ledger reporter who lived the United Fund who's already
of Rochester here from 1952 until 55.. being put to work on our Better
of the University \ 7-o. C
she is on tour of southern campuses The Tots, aged from 10 to 13 Business Division committee.We LSTSLT1 Salfines 23c\ 10j
under the auspices of the auditioned in Tampa two weeks were Immensely pleased Box Macaroni BoxLAKELAND
Methodist Board of Missions and ago for a chance to appear on also to receive a check triplingthe
the Methodist Student Move the show The show was videotaped subscription of Jones Ren
ment. in Miami on Tuesday froe and Setliff, architects j


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LB LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. II. 1964KMpr I per n ,: ,
Inebriated Q >

% '.: The RidgeBy

I Bridge 1 In' :BriefBy ElephantsOn M

v-. Ledger Ridge Bureau _
JOHN M. Tr Li ., Ili 14..tor Drive' Tel.phse .72-U41
TAYLOR Ized that East and West must JOHANNESBURG, South Af WINTER. HA469VEN
Director Lakeland Duplicate be bidding on long suits and rica (AP-Drunken elephantsare h"v
Bridge ClubNORTH that his partner Mrs Theo terrorizing railroad work
Waits of Lakeland, must havea era based at a small station In
AAQ2YJ873 good fit for him In the minors South Africa's Kruger National tF Nk Cocktail Lounge SoughtA
t Assuming that his part. Park a large game reserve.
i. + AQ109 ner had stoppers In the majors At this time of year some elephants
A3 and the opponents would have get drunk after eating Winter Haven package store owner is seeking
WEST EAST communication prob I e m s, fermented berries which have a permit to expand his business by adding a cock
A 8 A KJ1C76543 Doug bid 3NT. As the cards dropped from the Maroela trees: tail bar and lounge to the present facility Dahl's
V AKQ942 V void were, he had no trouble mak growing{ In the park Like some Enterprises has been turned down for such a permitby
+ JS7 642 ing his 9 tricks humans on a bender, some pick- the Board of Adjustment, but will get a rehear
"QT2 "'J.cSOUTII Strangely enough It was led pachyderms become extremely ing on the grounds that the hearingon
Mrs Doug Hall who engineer. aggressive and unpredictable ? Jan. 9 was heard by a board t
.11 ed a good result for her team u arc ber who was not on the board
.1085 by taking the same 3NT action One worker was returning the request first came to I
K 53 with South's meager 6 from a party with friends when December.
4 Kl0C863 points. However, against Mrs a drunken bull elephant tossed Opposition to the bar and mem'I'
The above hand was board Hall's game bid East was him off his bicycle and stamped came from residents of the area
No. 7 In the recent master- forced into a gambling 4S the machine Into the ground. appeared at the board meeting
point game in Bartow. It was sacrifice This was promptly The African suffered two broken as
played 7 times by different doubled and a detailed description ribs and cuts on his face, test as a group Is set for :
The next hearing
N-S and EW teams There of East's destructionIs but escaped ./ Jr ....
13. It will be for the board
were 6 different results that too bloody for a family ROUGH L..NDING--Thl. crane flipped. ever Friday efternoen when It wes remerlnf a wtll- necessary
Ran To Kitchen to vote at least 4.1 before the permitcan .Z
usually reflected some flawsin oaoer drilling truck rig from atop a smell building *t th* Per 3 golf slime, lout it* ena wt .*,I.u.I lyInjured
the N-S bidding systems The Bartow Another worker was sittingon be granted Last time the vote CARROLLwas
masterpoint Only Sunday, The ledger printed a picture chewing Hi* truck *n Sep f the building ,
pr. team judgments. game was won by Robert his veranda when he heard I, drilling through hole In ,it* roof.-(Ldgr Photo) 3-2.
Both sides were vulnerable Thornhill and Mrs Ted Flanl- crack in the backyard. __ _- *

and West always opened the gan of Winter Haven and by "An old outcast bull elephantwe Beatle Wigs Costly
bidding with 1H Some North Mrs. Lera Ryan of Winter call 'Patrolman' was tear. Proposed Refinery At BiscayneBay
players choose to trap pass; Haven and Mrs. Graham ing some fruit trees apart" he Merchants in the ridge area, at least some of
post made an Immediate Cochrane of Auburndale aid. "Suddenly I the wind them are finding wealth in two new items the
overcall of INT. Regardless (Ironically, the Ryan-Coch changed and he came for me.I Beatle recordings and the Beatle wigs
6f the North action East bid rane team was the EW shut the kitchen door Just in Has Residents Up In ArmsMIAMI The Beatles are four zany singers from Englandand

lilt spade suit without con pair In 4S, doubled, In the time the latest thing in the music world. At present
tern. The South who "Fie ran around the
players hand
reported.) Mrs Waits cottagefor
they are touring the major U. S. cities in a sort of
)had trap passing partners had and Mrs C. W Thompson of about five minutes, trumpeting ,
(AP) Some leaders (through Channel excavation) month To be discussed then are reverse lend-lease
Nothing to say and West dutifully Lakeland turned In a 73 per and flapping his ears, drunkas and a lot of ordinary citizens I will have an economic Impacta the aesthetic features of the bay A Beatle record costs about $1.50 and a Beatle
rebid be. he stormed off
his hearts. North'sshortness can Then
cent game recently In the who pale at the thought of thousand refineries couldn'tovercome front property and a time limitation -
is available at 298.
In clubs and Tuesday night series In Lakeland into the bush. weather In this the Safe wig
stormy semitropical says Progress on construction.The
And used to call them dime stores
Strength In the majors led him they
land of tourists are upset Association an opposition site of the proposed SO.000
to continue trap passing. East The Tampa Valentine Tour. Four Polk Youths :over a proposal for an oil refinery group. barrel-a-day refinery and Industrial *
igned off with a 2S bid, and nament ends tonight with the and industrial park on the City officials of Miami Beach park In southern FloridaIs
t-W played the hand there on "team" event but there will shores of Biscayne Bay whose lifeblood is tourism fear a logical center for commerceto Meter Removal UnlikelyThe
:three occasions Twice the be another series game tonight Are CandidatesTo Mediterranean countries Africa -
The Issue has swelled Into an that the project 25 miles to the Downtown Merchants Association in Winter
Defense set the bid by one in Lakeland at 7:00: at the Middle and Far East
emotional controversy. Both the south, might leave their beaches
(trick; once N-S got credit for Morrison's Cafeteria The AcademiesFour proponents and opponents of the gooey with oil the Caribbean and Latin Amer. Haven is seeking all possible means of forcing
r a two trick sset masterpoint game in Lakelandthis plan are vociferous about It lea, Seadade says. Crude oi removal of parking meters.
| Bid Club Suit Tuesday night will be I Seadade Industries, a develop- would be shipped in from the The likely reason for the effort is that some of
f When North overcalled INTjat played at the Sorosis Club on Polk County youths havebeen Secretary of the Interior Stew ment corporation owned by Na Gulf Coast and Middle East the merchants are getting panicky because the 16-
Udall said that without Bulk Carriers Inc
art tional
his first opportunity South Lake Morton. After that the named by Sen. SpessardL. proper agreednot "This port will open the southeast store Southeast Shopping Center on Cypress Gar
Vas able to bid his club suit Tuesday night games return to Holland as principal and al safeguards could lead the to refinery"serious proJect loss mit to until apply Dade for County a building approveda per coast of the United Slates dens Road is slated for opening soon. The North-

I (One South player bid 3C andmade their regular location at the ternate nominees to attend national of fish and wildlife resources." pollution control ordinance un- to the promising commerce 01 gate Shopping Center, with about the same numberof
4, losing only 2 hearts Woman's Club. service academies. der which It would be requiredto the newly emerging regions," stores has been in operation for several years.
rand a club. South cashed two The Bartow Open Pair, two- William Ellsworth Walters IIIof Asks Permit Held the corporation says The city owns several large parking lots through.
rounds of trumps and pitched session Club Championshipgame Bartow is Senator Holland's Seadade manufacturing
He urged that a building per says out the downtown area and parking meter revenueis
,* losing heart on dummy's will be played this principal nominee to the U.S. mit be withheld from Seadade Termed 'Tough' provided only 111 per cent of paying the cost of these lots. The meters also
{Mth diamond as West trumped Thursday and Friday night. Military Academy at West Point. Industries Inc., until the firm County Atty. Darrey Davis the personal income of Dade to keep available and thereby
with the club queen Another Both games will start at 7:30: Named as alternates were: provides assurances that the Everglades termed the new ordinance affecting County civilians in 1960, and estimated help make traffic flow parking smoother.spaces
JSouth player bid 4C and went The Thursday session will be James Burnell Young of Lakeland National Park, the' all Industries, "the nation firms In its park ultimately -
Jlown one trick, losing 3 hearts played at the Civic Centerin to the U.S. Air Force Academy John Pennekamp Coral Reef 't toughest" would employ IS.540 persons Parking meters may be a so-called necessary
rnd a trump. Bartow The Friday session Colorado Springs, Colo; Preserve and adjacent coral I! James D. Bush Jr., assistant with an annual Income of evil but by the same token they help to keep taxes

two South players will be held at John's Res. Thomas Clare Epperson of Winter .,reef areas will not be damagedby to Seadade President D. K. Ludwig -$130 million down
$with NT overcallmg partners taurant In Bartow. Trophy Haven to the U.S. Naval, air and water pollution from said "we have spent over Construction of the refinery As one person observed "The shopping centers
j had the foresight to seethe awards will go to the winning Academy, Annapolis, Md., and refinery operations It proposes SI.J 1 million just trying to get situated on 200 acres of the 1,. may not have meters but they do have congestionand
: potential of the N-S hands pair. A masterpoint game will Thomas Michael McKnight of Loss of beaches due to oil permits." 900.acre industrial site would many bent fenders"
.fter hearing the EW bids. be played next Sunday in Winter take 2'/.3 .
Haven to the U.S. Mill. spills and loss of fishing due to S adade'. zoning regulations yearsMany
]Doug Hall of Lakeland real. Lakeland.
tary Academy destruction of nursery grounds are up for modification next
u"" uuu
FU # +++wria'a wiIw'i1a$wNNr'ii N:+ii'afiNV Naalaaw"aiaiaiiia iaii nS'=++ NNNIaS$ "awwiiiaiNrMt t Haines Fating Problem

Girls Haines City officials will sit again as an equalization -

\ board this week to try to determine whetheror
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT PARKING J Now Smoke not the assessment is fair for landowners along

:! Grace Avenue and 22nd Street
On Feb 6 the commissioners met opposition .-
Report Says
from these property owners who feel that assess \

BUT WE'RE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT! 2:ii'! By JOY MILLER ments of about $4 per running foot is unfair be-
:, AP Women's EditorAs cause there are few houses on the streets. The property
owners are supposed to one-third of the
: smoke.
: many girls as boys
2: High school students find It $30,000 paving bill.
Auttln Barnttt Electric First Federel, Savings fr Keyworth Jeweler Nathen's Runell Deportment Star i: harder to kick the habit than *
C Lea,, A..'n. King Budget Clothiers Nicedemui Jewelry, Co. Sanborn Camera Center adults
.. f:4S"Cioot.: ., First State Bonk S. H Kreii & C*. Oars Furniture i C*. Schwob.ltSheri ', ii These are some findings In a Jan rhjl Vote Set
Bern .'. Florid, Notion! Bank Lakeland Federal Savings Orange Bloiiom Perfume. O '. :i Harvard University study of Jan Phyl Village is scheduled to elect commis-
Bob' Pawn Shop Frank's Jewelry end Loan AnnLoktlond Gift Shop She Ion sioners of the Volunteer Public Safety Associationon
smoking by high school students
Typewriter & Pelt ShootEmm Snyder She Store i
Crtr'iContinent Gobi Arne Electric Supply C*. PI.... Southern Auto Star j' and their families In Newton, March 2. Any adult resident is eligible to run
.! Travels' George' L. Going, Jtweter lunar Shops Plott I Jermen Shoe Store Southland Newt Store t:t Mass, a suburb of Boston for a commission post. Deadline for candidates is
G uth man Hordwor* GlodyGilbert's. McCroryMeddoi' Polly Davis CafeteriaProfeiiionel Ster Department Stare :: The American Cancer Societysays February 21 Balloting will be held at the fire sta-
tdwrdi.Mcy Ginn Junior, ,Inc. Fashion Medge Me*'s Wear Shop Prescription Three Them Surer McAn Sheet ;1: that, because much of the tion from 7 until 7 p.m. on March 2.

Empire H fr S Store Miller Racy's Tompkins Studio & C....... ti t data makes Newton's smoking Three seats on the commission will be open since
(ngl* Electric/ Ce. Joyce Corner Moore Style Shop Rapid She Repair Shop Star =J habits consistent with national the terms of George Thornhill William Bowser and
Figure Feir Scott Kelly, Realtor Myricki for Men 6n Boyi Rudolph's Jewelry, ,Inc T,....t I patterns, the study could reflecta Mrs. Clayton Holt expire..
ij national trend. James Pearce and William Wilson have another
The report on Newton by Drsi .
The above businesses now offer FREE Parking to our customers. !:i Eva J. Salber and Jane Worcester year to serve.

1 L Indicates that 57." per cent *
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: _t of the mothers smoke cigarettes
11 compared with 49.9 per cent of Lucerne Road Bids Readied

1. Make a minimum purchase ef 52.00 or more *t a member store 1. ,In thlt way you perk FREE for et many hour .s you shop ,In ; the fathers
Bids for improving the Lucerne Park
end .k the clerk fe stick PARK flr SHOP 1 dangerous
temp en your perking DOWNTOWN LAKELAND the year around. t I
Results Given
tick.f Road are now being readied and work should beginin
4. ou return t* th your cer, merely a month or so.
Results of the Harvard
2. t study
Shop saoth.r PARK SHOP store end ask the clrk for ..nethermp hand in Hub wrth oh. FREE PARK6cSHOP STAMPS If
PARK 6 SHOP .t. for your parking ticket. your yea j supported by the American Can This indicates the end of a serious traffic situa-
for each hour .
have a stomp .perked it costs you nothing
11: cer Society appear In the current tion in Polk County in a case where the road not
t issue of Cancer a medical the driver is more at fault in case of an accident.
PLAN YOUR PARKING: t! journal.

If you're, hopping for just a few minutes, look first for a metered space near the place you shop. BUT IF YOU CANNOT FIND =i!i November Dr. Salber 1959 began by the having study 6,810 In Eagle Lake* Moving* Ahead

A METERED SPACE OR YOU WISH TO SHOP Newton high school students fill
FOR MORE THAN I HOUR, drive into one of the 5 convenient / ,\ lots.
1orE II lout questionnaires on their own The hiring of Howard Steinle as a part-time
lS I and their parents' smoking hab- building inspector and Michael Novak as the new
ij t it. More than a year later, a Civic Defense director has pushed Eagle Lake into
1;: random sample of 336 students the spotlight as a small community trying to forge
and 319 mothers were Interviewed
t Your \5jr jsts.lA merchant has gone to considerable trouble and expense to provide this parking for you It costs a merchant 1'1! ahead.William (Bill) Wolf, planning and zoning director .

i 15c for each ticket you use We ore plod to do this if it will make your shopping more enjoyable The researchers discovered. has organized a planning board for Eagle
j! there are twice as many nonsmoking
Lake and has set for the
up a good plan
There ore over 300 successful plans' ln the mothers as fathers zoning
/ wJlM wN operation through country including Tampa, St Petersburg, Tallahassee I community
4tshtl9 J 34.8 to U.8 per cent. But the
and Miami,
: proportion of smokers Is about *

J We do not operate any parking meters, These are owned and controlled by the City of Lakeland The revenue from meters goes to t the same for both parents because .
I II nearly one quarter of the Lake Alfred Plans Float
your city and Is pledged for municipal obligations '
fathers have given up tobacco
I The Town Council has donated $250 to the
We don't hove alt the answers-we are simply trying to serve you better, of compared their spouses.with only 7.8 per cent Chamber of Commerce in Lake Alfred to provide a

4 float in the Florida Citrus Exposition parade on
: Women Smoke More March 7.Leroy.

j: When the male 11 per cent Hostler president of the chamber said
L-J L-J L-J L t who smoke pipes and cigars Is that the float will be the first one entered by the

t Park &' Shop Locations subtracted from the total of the town and will carry the Lake Alfred entry in the
I! ra ; : !I smokers, more women are Citrus Queen competition.. Miss Nancy Ross and
smoking cigarettes than men. five other Lake Alfred girls will be on the float.
1. Tennessee Avenue just south of t tD : The most common amount Nancy is the queen contest entry

I (ii1! ;[ the Atlantic Coastline R. R. i!; one smoked- and bv i''o'parents packs a-la day between:-More *

t :]i : L ::1 men enjoy over two, and more
2. Tennessee Tourist Center
; ,_,,.. Avenue just north of t t women smoke fewer than one Renovated
: i" the Atlantic Coastline R. R. The shows that Catholic
i i study : Auburndale has recently renovated the Tourist
i fathers and sons and Jewish Center at a cost of several thousands of dollars and

I ] : [ 3. 121 N. Massachusetts Avenue !!t most mothers numerous and daughter cigarette are smokers the- the building is among the nicest in the area for

i j just( across from Fire Station) : Catholic mothers and tourist use
f. r. i. t daughters and Protestant fath City manager Bruce Canova said that landscape
4, Corner S. Massachusetts Avenue !!2: ers and sons are the least frequent ing and beautification will soon have the property
even more Improved.Auburndale .
'. ,\ and East Lemon also
: is moving ahead with its city
f DOUBLE STANDARD wide tree trimming and slum clearance program,
5. 200 block S. Florida Avenue t Alabaster the soft stone used which is tied in with the overall effort to make Au-
1 r---o r-= r =t for statuettes and other decorative burndale more beautiful

,t t : objects, is found principally
In northern Italy and England
Bn lrOCs Newsmen Probe Base Labor Cut
4pJ &sfegp 41i9061Q11 I It is a fine-grained translucent -
&S Membership In VA 1SMp / Is open to any business or professional I form of gypsum, usually I MIAMI (AP-Newsmen from Miami said reporters were wel

pure white but sometimes pink, 15 countries have comed De
arrived in at Santiago Cuba fro
REE firm Downtown Lakeland Call ,682-7025 for further -
in t yellowish or dark-streaked. The the
Cuba to look Into the firing of States Sweden Switzerland
&Sho =;: indent alabaster used in the France, Denmark
information FREE RIDE t SHOP, TOO I:;: Middle East Is a harder, yellowsh -:Cuban laborers at Guantanamo Red China and Soviet Un
stone formed in caves and Bay U.S. Naval Base Havana ion nations.
DRIVER I II similar to stalactites and stalag- Radio said Saturday U did not Identify the newsmen

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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb. II, K4 nit
The Dutch Like Queens, ,

Crusade Set But Men Run HollandBy r

In LakelandThe
r THOMAS A. REEDY at the inner Cabinet headed by t
THE HAGUE (AP) Who Prime Minister Victor Marlnen ]-
Rev Sam Todd, vice runs Holland, the men of the told the queen the prince Y
president of World Friendships women? and, In effect their daughters
Inc.. will be evangelist at a The Dutch gave the answer in an all.night session last f. B
countywide interdenominational the other day. It's the men. weekend.
Evangelistic Crusade which will They like queens Indeed they So Irene renounced her claim
open }:eb. 24, and end March .. have had nothing else for 75 and chose to live abroad with
The crusade will be held each years and can not have a king, Carlos. The Dutch shouted hoo-
night at 7:30: o'clock at the City probably before the era of the ray for freedom of religion and r
auditorium except on March year 2,000. freedom to pursue the dictates P4..A .
1, when the meeting will be held This image of female power Is of one's heart.
at 2:30: In the afternoon at
Branscomb Auditorium at Floe a delusion Then they got back to forcing
ida Southern College. Princess Irene at 24, next Inline back the sea all day long as
behind Crown Princess Bea I they do with windmills\ and
I Cities Participate trlx to Inherit the throne, foundit dikes, and running a nation of

Taking part In the 12-Jay crusade out the hard way. 12 million-rich, wise, prosperous .. tti .
are the communities of She thought she could convertto and International In scope
Lakeland, Barlow. Auburndale Catholicism marry Spanish Most of the people who are doing JULIANA BEATRIX

Haines City Winter Haven Prince Carlos de Bourbon Parma that job are men. commented: "We love our reigned for 50 years. In 1948 she
lake Wales Dade City and and still keep her rights of Beatrlx Fourth c queen. Would we love a king? abdicated In favor of her only
Plant City. accession The government said ." child Juliana, and died Nov 28
Juliana Is the third queen In 'fie might get Idea. ,
Todd in who 40 has countries conducted, crusades has no.The constitution forbids "ror- succession and Beatrix will be The line of queens started 1962 at the age of 82

worked extensively throughoutSouth elgn politics" in the royal family the fourth. The House of Orange 1doesn't with Emma the widow of William Wilhelmina built a fortune I
I, She ruled for variously estimated as more
seem to produce sons, III as regent
Korea with the National PLANNING CRUSADE-Mthlni, final pr.,.r.tl.! ni for I cmintywlrf' ocUrl tvanatlliHtcni and Don Carlos as leader of than billion dollars. The rul
until her a
is that the Bight daughter
Council of Churches of South ..4., scheduled for ,.... 24 t. Merck 6, ere, ft.m left the .t.. Sara T.M, ..11......* ."."..Uot,' the Carlist wing in the disputed but Dutch there object. no sign IVilhelmina years, became IS In 1898 ing house Is today enormously
Association Korea and with the National the *.". Ptttr W.lloct FUmiitf .f St. D.vU'i Eplicop! Church |....,.1 l chel,,,,.* .f the cr"....., claims to the empty Spanish One official In the government wMlhtlmina I I I the austere. wealthy.'
of Evangelicals ofSouth end the ..". W. W. Thomu .f Church .f Gad, ,re,,, diilrmtn, U4gM 'h. ly H.rMr) throne represents foreign poll-
Korea. In the past he tics
has sponsored a radio programin Backed Down I

enlarged.scheduled the Philippines to be reactivated which and Is Solicitor General's Office Is Consort Queen Bernard Juliana supported and Prince the I I REMEMBER THIS SIGN .

General Is the chairman Rev. Peter of the Wallace crusade love down affair.before They the hard had ruling to back on It's Your Guide To Greatest Savings! I

Fleming of St. David's Episco Unfamiliar To Most CitizensBy the basic law I
pal Church who will be assisted The men four of them known

by the Rev. John Hunt of I
the Methodist Temple and the E. MOHBAT The solicitor general may con,ment recently In a historic case Student's
Rev. J. Foy Johnson of First' WASHINGTON (AP) The duct and argue any case In, with
Assembly of God as co-chair chief justice of the United States which the United States has an,tlonment.
men.Strawberry. leans slightly forward In his interest in any court In the'bed at 10 p.m. By midnight he Sentence
high-backed leather chair, and land. No appeal is taken by the was wide awake. As the night Iiii'i
says: "Mr. Solicitor General?" government to any appellate wore on he tossed, turned and [''IiII
From a front seat, a tall man court or to the Supreme Court dozed fitfully. I Suspended
with a gray crewcut and wearing without his authorization. He I Finally he surrendered to the
a black cutaway unfolds likea thus faces the diplomatic choreof butterflies and drove to work at I LUBLIN Poland (AP) An-
ShipmentsShow carpenter's rule and strides to, keeping other government 6 a.m. drew Field, an American student >
the rostrum facing the nine'gencies content while turning i "A lawyer never loses his awe I charged with assaulting a'
their Polish frontier guard was sentenced
black-cloaked justices. I IHis away over objections and for the
respect Supreme
DeclinePLANT hands some of the cases he doesn't feel by a Polish court Saturday
large arrange some ,Court he once said. "You never to months '
merit Supreme Court attention.
books and papers before him. can the
escape awesomenessof
CITY Shipments With the slightest hint of a bow, In the Justice Department's their responsibilities. And The sentence was suspended -I 610 WEST MEMORIAL BLVD.
of strawberries from East Hills-!he atmosphere of shlrt-sloeve informality however
begins: "Mr, Chief Justice I have develop
eventually come to
; -
Field, 26, of
around Gen Cambridge,
another Atty. Rob-
decline borough last county week showed over the previous may it please the court." ert F. Kennedy Cox occasionally a genuine" fondness for the Mass. and South Orange, N. J., 1021 NORTH FLORIDA AVE.
week because of unfavor.able Arguing before the Supreme works In shirt sleeves. justices. I was studying Russian literature
weather conditions, but Court Solicitor Gen. Archibald Unlike the job of a district attorney In Moscow. His trial was at BROADWAY nucl COHIBEE ROAD
gave promise Friday of staging Cox 51, sways back and forthon Work Is CornerstoneWork he explained, the task of Lublin, in eastern Poland. An-
somewhat of a come back with his feet. His voice rises and is Cox's cornerstone. It the solicitor general Is "not to'other charge of assaulting the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
favorable weather prevailingover falls like that of a lecturing pro- goes home with him at night. wade into court trying to win'officer was dropped. !
the week end. Lastweek's fessor. He claims no hobbles and only everything In sight." I On Jan 21 he passed the So-

shipments totaled 91,476! Gestures With Pencil occasional light re.dlng-"a bad "1 like to think my argumentsand viet-Polish frontier aboard the OPEN SUNDAYS 8 A.M.
pints through Friday, ap- detective story sometimes, per verv existence are aimed at,Moscow-Paris express train on
His "
proximately 15,000 pints less gestures are sweeping and haps. For diversion he walks helping the court." he reflected his way to Paris for a vacation.!
'emphatic. A yellow wooden pen- in the woods along the Potomacnear "I believe solicitor He quarreled with a border
than the previous week through a general
the same period. I cil hand.seems a part of his right his Great Falls Va. home, must achieve a delicate balance guard officer over the validityof TILL 6 P.M. FOR YOUR
Last Friday's movement of like wields It sometimes His life continues to reflect betwen thinking like a justiceand his transit visa which, ac-
approximately 3,400 flats (40,- like a the dueling sword, sometimes what he told his classmates of thinking like an advocate.And cording to court evidence, was
000 the conductor of a nine-man Harvard '34. In a report 25 if my opponent should miss filled out Incorrectly by the Polish
pints) was largest daily chamber
harvest of the week and gave air for emphasis orchestra.with He it jabs, twirls the years later: "My only hobby, I a valid argument, even thoughit Embassy In Moscow. II SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
promise of Improvement next it in dramatic guess Is my work unless it bean opposes my own I will myself Shook Officer
style his
week If the weather which occasional venture Into nonpartisan point It out to the court."
only head thrusts It forward in curt Field admitted that In the
town politics The I
cold or wet has plagued the production dismissal of heat of the argument he shook'
of fruit all season will As solicitor opposing general argument.Cox- view that I hold with the greatest I the officer by the lapels of his 1.lnCI: EFFECTIVE: : TIIIIU. TUBS., FEB. JUTIIBORDEN'
fair up and provide good ripening -more commonly called Archie' conviction is that Ezra Thayer Ethiopia And I coat. The assault of an officeron
was right In observing that
conditions. but not in court-repre.enll the the central of life Is that duty Is punishable In Poland
Shippers pointed out that the Somalia
AgreeOn with 'imprisonment to fiveyears.
U.S. government In the Supreme up DELICIOUS
there are only 24 hours In the I
first of fruit It now
crop generally )
Court. Yet the Job Is "
about over and that the day Truce Field could have obtained anew
unfamflar to the general public. Today
The chore of I
second of fruit should becoming preparing
crop I Polish visa at Terespol, the
Cox is 32nd: In a I list of solicitors the government's hundreds
In relatively soon with a ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia border station. He would have /2 gal.
general that includes for- CAP)
of legal briefs for the Supreme ICE
fairly substantial increase in
mer President William Howard -A truce Is to halt border war had to Interrupt his journey and
Court and for other courtsnearly -
volume indicated by the latter 1 Taft, former Chief Justice fare between Ethiopia and Somalia continue it by the next train a
1,000 each on
part of this week if weatheris Charles Evans Hughes and sev- year-falls at noon Sunday under an few hours later, but he refusedto c
the solicitor general and his
favorable. Fair weather will LIMIT
leave the train.
eral agreement
but' past attorneys general. nine-man staff. This accounts
not only volume
A telegraphic exchange between He was arrested at the Polish-
also improve quality it was Third Highest for much more of his time than President Ibrahim Ab German border In Kunowice MILK TWO

aid. The $20,500 position Is third the more ostentatious task of boud of Sudan and Emperor and jailed for a week before being PLEASE
before the
highest In the Justice Depart actually appearing Halle Selassie of Ethiopia provided released on $3,000( bail posted
shared with
The University of Miami I I ment behind the attorney general court to argue a job for the cease-fire in eight- by the U. S. Embassy In
assistants and other
School of Medicine which began and deputy attorney general. department day-old hostilities that have Warsaw. I
ill 12th year in September It doesn't rate a limousine. lawyers. aroused International concern. The Lublin court ordered the GOLD MEDAL PURE BLACK
has more than twice as many Cox drives his own car and frequently Held In Awe Ministers of the Organizationof bail to be returned and field
faculty as students More than strides briskly the half- Cox readily says that after African Unity meeting in was permitted to leave the
750 physicians including some mile up Capitol Hill to the Supreme scores of appearances In the emergency session at Dar es Salaam country, 19C
650 members of the Dade Coun- ) Court Building trailingthe rarified atmosphere of the high Tanganyika, had called He Is due to leave Warsaw by 4-OZ.
ty Medical Association instruct swallow trails of the traditional tribunal, he still holds It in awe for both sides to end the shootIng air for London Monday and aft- PEPPER
a student body of about 300 in morning coat worn by and remains susceptible to butterflies They urged peace also in a er a few weeks' stay with CAN
the arts and skills of their pro- government lawyers who arguein in the stomach.On similar frontier dispute between friends in Britain he Intends toRO

fession.- -- -- the highest court ___ --the- -eve- of his opening argu- Somalia and Kenya. __ to the United Slates I i


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'Fun Face' Kits Big Success

THE CITRUS If all the grapefruit "fun face" .Am said three million of the nla, Florida'a chief citrus competitor .

kits distributed by the Florida kits, some 80 tons, have been .
I Citrus Commission since; December given away thus far. When the From September to December
Ann said, 288 cars of grapefruit *
CIRCUITBy started
II were placed side by promotion In December,; shipped to Los Angeles -
I Ida, they would extend 521 Am said, a million of the "fun wentto
58 can more than
"rI'11L DAVE PRATT ]miles-tha distance from Lake- Face" kits were manufactured Florida'
w Baltimore one of
I land to Atlanta and distributed to stores. Since
J Staff Writer principal eastern citrus markets. pI
Frank Am, director of adver.Islng then, It has been necessary to
'. and merchandising for make four reruns of 500,000
State Must Rule On New Jobs :he: Commission, said the kits apiece of the kits. PLANT EXPERIMENTATIONS
are the most popular promotion :Arn estimated the amazing appeal Experiments with plants have.
I BOOZ, ALLEN AND HAMILTON RECOMMEN. IB has ever encountered. of the kits have been responsible -led to the conclusion that plants
DATIONS calling for a reorganization of the Florida Designed for children, the kits for the sales of 15 million exposed to blue green, red,

( Citrus Commission staff and stipulating just what I are sold with packages of five Individual grapefruit, or white larger and yellow and sometimes lights at night develop
Florida grapefruit and consist (30 cars grow
research projects the Commission should and should if cutout mustaches spectacles, Not confined to Florida's chief. more blooms

not undertake were accepted with surprising una- I japing mouths, etc., that chil markets in the northeast the,
nimity by members of the CommlsI I Iren can stick onto the grape- kits have also proved popularin There are ten mills in a U.s.

i sion at a Thursday meeting 'ruit the west including Califor penny __
The Commission's administrative
committee and the Industry Research -
Advisory Committee had apparently
Tax CouncilThe J done their homework well

and none of the Commissioners cared

Florid Africulturol Tee Council hole IH second annual mooting ThurtJay Florid to quibble
Cirrm Mutual The Council ra-atocra4 Larimer H. Turn, cattleman end cltriii grower from *
S..lote. 01 pr.s .Id..t Torn McClan of Golnnvillo, rice .....Id..t. add Frank D. Trovillion, odmlnlitrorlvo Wi TilE NEXT STEP, according to
anlitant at Mutual snr.t.ry......... Sootod from loft, .,. Low H......, ProtldentLatimar I Homer E. Hooks, Commission general

H. Turner Fronk A. Albert. Hop Art Kent Standing, from left, ere SecrttorytroeiurorFrank manager, is to get 13 new staff posi-
Trovillion, L A Thomei N. Curtlt Petorion, Jofrre David A. H. Whit"o,.. Robert tartan. PRATT tions with maximum salary levels
Kenneth Morefleld end Randolph Sntll McClan was not preient During the meeting. membenrelrorottd stipulated for each one approvedby VICTOR
their appoiitlon to the Afrlculturol Section of the propoud Tex AtieMort Culda which I. the State,Budget Commission. CA QoOMM

under itudy .by the State Comptroller OHic.. The guide ft uted In valuing" all properties for advalorem Accordingly, Hooks, Commission chairman Sam

tax ,,,,,_.. Member. of tha Tan Council ... In the process of developing recommendation Banks and Kingswood Sprott, chairman of the administrative
for praiontotion to tha State Auoitmanr Standard! Division* Tallahassee tomorrow
committee, are going to

to confer with Harry Smith state budget

director, on the matter.

Smith will present the Commission's recom-

mendations to the State Budget Commission, which

Agrieultll/1r meets every Tuesday, Hooks said. Tuesday of this

: : week will be a little too soon for this to be introduced

into the agenda, but Hooks said he thoughtthe

Commission staff realignment would come up

next Tuesday Feb. 25.

12.8 LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. 18, 1964 *
Now! New and

Citrus Mites Fewer Youth FairScheduled all new with the exception of the general manager
call for a more specific breakdown of tasks, in-

I cluding a new commercial development department, Brighter Color TV
with its director.

But Whitefly Mounts March Assuming these slots will be filled by people
I In'
who will receive the maximum salary levels I allocated

for each position it will mean a total payrollfor Than
By JACKSON A. I1ADDOX conditions that occurred months BARTOW The 1964 Polk the 13 of 262000. k ...Brighter
Other fluctuations
Associate County Agent may
reflect recent weather changes. County Youth Fair will be held Against this, however, is the discontinuance of i
BARTOW-The bimonthly citrus The latter influences can be March 19 and 20 at the Livestock seven current staff jobs at the Commission with a

insect and disease summary forecast only to the extent that Pavilion W H. Stuart, total, actual payroll of $99580, The difference \ Ever Before !
has just come. down from Dr. weather forecasts are available. chairman of the Polk County again assuming the maximum salaries will be paid F

W. A Simanton, Entomologist : The rust mite population will Youth Fair Committee, an- is $162,420 more for these department heads.

at the Citrus Experiment Station remain slightly below the aver nounced.He However, said Hooks, Booz, Allen and Hamiltonhas
Lake Alfred age February level. At the present said Polk County Agent figured out how to make a saving of $100,000in
As of Jan 1, the old( frost time fruit Infestations are the field of advertising alone.
Jack McCown the Youth Fair
warning districts used in the very low but will increase Im the said the Commission \ Unsurpassed
Insect and disease summary portant infestations will continueto manager, has completed most In the end, general manager
because of increased
forecasts have been changed. be numerous in the highest of the arrangements necessaryto will profit financially
All of Polk County is In the new districts which are west, north get the fair underway. efficiency through the elimination of job overlap-
Central District except the area and central. I Boys and girls in 4.H. Future ping and more careful spacing out of duties Color
.of Polk south of a diagonal line Texas citrus mite populationwas I Farmers of America and Future *

from north end Bowling of Lake Green Kissimmee to the has above dropped average to for a low Januarybut levelin clubs Homemakers whb wish to of participatemay America AS CONCEIVED by Booz, Allen and Hamilton,
now secure entry forms the Commission would be divided up into five dif- I It
which is the South District. all districts. Little change is
expected In February. from assistant county agents ferent departments whose directors report to the \ from RCAVICTOR(
I Weather Important i Citrus red mites _re below 4-H leaders and vocational agriculture general manager. I
According to Dr. Simonton,, average abundance and at very and home economics The administrative director would be in chargeof t !
each pest has more or less reg low level in all districts Although teachers the comptroller, license clerk and mail room manager ,
ular periods of increase and decrease an Increase Is expected Competition between exhibi Under the advertising and publicity director ,
throughout the year very few Infestations will become tors for awards at this year's would be the foreign regional manager, public re-
Weather conditions, temperature Important. fair Is expected to be even lations manager, school program manager and point- jRCAVICTOR\ I INewWistd

populations, rain humidity directly or may Indirectly affect- Whitefly Heavy greater than in the pastConcentrate of-sale materials manager.
will be in
through effects on predators Little change I. expected in The field merchandising director
parasites and tree growth. De the scale picture. Only a few Pack charge of the merchandising promotion manager,
partures from the average population scattered Infestations are Impor- two division managers and their field merchandising MARK 9a
level may be caused by tant at this time. force and a merchandising and market analyst.

The whitefly larval form Is Shows Sharp Drop Their merchandising promotion manager, in turn,

present In 74, percent of the will oversee a point.of-salea materials clerk. f : .\
groves In the survey Thirty-two WINTER HAVEN Concentrating In the newest -and in many ways most import. 1- :;: .
percent of the groves have mod- of Florida oranges tooka ant department set up by the Booz, Allen and '
erate to heavy Infestations. The I sharp downward turn last Hamilton study, the commercial development director 1964
J. population will continue above week as the supply of early and will supervise a market research manager : for
average. Highest districts are nidseason oranges began to run commercial engineering manager and market de- \
east south, central and north. low the Florida Canners Association .
!\ If groves and nursery stocks has reported. velopment manager.
sre to be protected from scab FCAs official statistics listedpack The last two directors are the scientific research
attack they should receive the for the week throughlast director who will be stationed at the Citrus Experiment COME IN AND SEE
first fungicidal spray before Saturday at I.830.431 gal. Station in Lake Alfred and the economic
spring growth starts. Use fer Ions, off more than 900,000 gallons research director. A DEMONSTRATION
bam or neutral copper compounds from the previous week's I

The .1964 :Better Fruit Program season Last week's peak. pack was, however i- OF NEW 1964 MODELS :

Spray and Dust Schedule considerably greater than AUCTION FEB.26
aJ is now available from the Coun- the 623,SIS gallons produced the
I ty Agent's office In Bartow. same week-" a_ year ago, 10 AM

\. ;-f/j: Fruit Firm PurchasedPLANT II NEW PORT RICHEY, FLA. !

l : CITY-Paradise Fruit processor since 1920, and In the I **-. No"h from **' hsorobura, ': 1 >ROAYICTr
Co has purchased the Florida food business more than 50 5,15 t.rn r.eas o: :M.r.r Neew ]
served chef to fellow '
once as
Frasure Hull assets of Adolph J. Mainzer Inc. years ACRES Color
the White House during the William
in a $1.1 million transaction Howard Taft administration Fneeerty of Mered,IH DobryFORMI In, .. ,. DUDS RANCH
CitrusnmAnElected which will make Paradise the, Weaner said Mainzer will poirnmANS UTATIW
largest glazed fruit processorin be in charge of sales for Para ,th. Beautiful Lakea'do Mom*
the world. dise Fruit and will represent the
To In announcing the sale. Frank company In 18 northeastern
A Weaner, president of Para- states.
sale of Mainzer' I 4 UunUlrtnt, luke+tudd.d traxu of vUolnlni land In the hurt .f >r
dise Fruit, and Adolph J. Main- The physical t Tk.mNNA
Exec GroupWINTER zero president of Adolph J. Main assets In Florida Include a to booming acquire Woo bin arrant coot Florid la this vocatlonland popular Mctlon Sensational. art a beautiful Florida < +' R M.A a eaNe le 0er ML
zer Inc., said the transactiondoes modern, completely. automated seta land for hone or cattlo rinch. term or urban donlop-
not include the Mainzer 150.000 square foot plant in Plant mint III sumo al your prlctl.
HAVEN Frasure Plant in New York which will City, as well as its patented
Hull Florida citrus broker, has continue in the manufacture and mechanized equipment Para-I LITTLa NOON LASS CANCN C5OCXITT5 LASS "NCIt

been elected to the President's distribution of Bakers special dise employs more than personnel !i sued Aorea former mill eno n Zest ".... of wooded and oaen +' ---
club ties in Florida and producesin .Nand. Th..u."_ HotM land Ideally MI tod (or ueeeeeful 3 $ w ________________
Notification came In a letter Paradise Fruit is a wholly. excess of 15 million pounds of .inch. Meonlf cent a/r-eendl. aN"r haree ra.aim. >oa aerce a r. 'Kt' A
from Richard Maguire treasurer owned subsidiary of Canaveral candied-fruit a year. I onod homo on laHe In clever. ...hla end Ceaetal aorrnuda .
of the Democratic Nation. Utilities and Development Corp. It processes fruit from Flor''

al Committee Washington D C. a publicly-held company with Ida and other parts of the world LAZY J. D. RANCH --- .........AM-chMin l New..I". UHP hnne.ro remete centre!TV..n NeMwrwab"eNw oft to.UHf crier*
Hull was sponsored by C. V. headquarters In Miami Weaner for distribution to national 2..C..a OMtofled.,,led MIM el en,"m.eetfenel" ....)In ell .... acA VicMr ..... Merf MUtpr'e n be ordered.,tn .11- two
Griffin Sr., of Howey.in-the- also is president of the parent manufacturing bakeries and "{4a,ty Acre Mm,to.only Terrlflo ono eonertunity mile from This. additional ado Aert tract e.lnose end meet Slunk end wh'to ITV" _I. sore, end Wn to VON UN '
Hills, one of this state's leading company and Is president of another fruit cake manufacturers, and for farnuna. Invoctmont or urban .djo,.. ".."'.... prom. of Tractdetd..mL
*> and. fronto on H... SILUf .
citrus growers. of its subsidiaries Mann also produces a line of retail
One Of IS Bros Inc of Lakeland, a fruit packaged fruits for home consumption .'' THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION

As explained by the national processing firm through retail grocer. CHIP, INVESTMENT DELUXE UTATI
committee, the club is made up Mainzer who has been a fruit ies and chain stores. I' L.urbus. home ... U.
....dl. ...."dl.. city and rm .
of 18 of the more influential and I des arotr .Iu" I" this .... a man'" .Liege......man.,.. Lak.. _II,mml.-"
politically aware men in each makes this fln ...*>t il".! buy .
flolll" cam. end 1I"d hunsne.DEAL COME IN AND COMPARE
state. It was formed to get the Cattle Sales ClimbSales end 9 dadam's dram.
pulse of the people so that the I. DEALERS DURING RCA'S"COME

could consult with the the membersand I of livestock at Cattle to $1750; utility cow. $14 to Asa of .......... lake* 1Ia,".. ,,??, MnbMlH of ?.?. |..|.-. IN AND COMPARE DAYS"
find out what peopleare $16 cutter. $12.75 to $14; good roan. *".*. Nelms "." tna f,aurnWrw .... brio" ...
Livestock Market In.
thinking and what they men's overyenlna for oteaeuro or. .
? valuable aaintinoe. eto. Hut'
would like to have him do. 'creased this week, with 417 cat calves. $19.50 to $23.25, standard money maklna oeeretion. |(:| N ,IO. farm machinery
of Frasure $18.75 to $21.50. utility, $16.50 tom.75. I Serving Lakeland and folk Co. for 40 V ar.Gable *
Hull is president tie and calves sold Tuesday .
Inc and publisher of the
Hull Florida, Field, Report the state's, compared to 374 a week ago reported Good and choice vealers $26 BROCHURE gives full Jtfaiff. C.II.r writ for fro copy.

agricultural weekly newspaper. Harold Howze of Florida to $29.75. standard $22 to $24.75;I auto electric
An alumnus of the Universityof State Marketing Bureau utility, $18 to $2175; medium)1
Florida he is .a member of Slaughter steers, heifers and feeder-stocker steers $1575 to TERMS ;
Tau Omega fraternityand bulls were scarce and cows and $1775.; common and medium I J. 1. TODD AUCTION CO. r r
Alpha a number of business, civic calves held steady, said Howze. heifers $15 to $19. I i 29% Down I TV & APPLIANCE CO.
calves, $20, LiCENttD OLOKIOA REAL ISTATIartOHma
and social organizations.Cuba's Stocker steers held steady, heif.r.eror Good and heavy ?
: : ew50 tOci teio and I to $25.50, medium, $17 to $20! i I BalanceinlOYrs. laps lath Street, North. u MU 6.3333 208 N. Fla. Aye. DowntownAgricultural
$1775, good
nag first was raisedas $1 common, $1525 to t ..
$ sr MTintaima rut PHONS MJ M4
Cuba's official emblem above higher. The breakdown I light $25.50 to $27. medium' liJl:
Morro Castle Havana, in May Standard slaughter steers $22.25 to $25, common $18 to
$15.50 $22.50, inferior $13.25 to $18. J
20. 1902. $17.75 to $1S50; utility

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ANTIQUE FURNISHINGS at the home of Mrs. David V Thomas, general chairman of the Woman's Club's
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O. Hltt, chairman of the food committee, right, and women when antiques d. from far and near display
Mf$. Ernest R. Elliott, who 1 Is assisting her in preparing their wares at the Wo 's Club early each spring. This
home-baked goodies to be served visitors to the Woman's year's show open W .jday and continues through -
make for
Club's Antiques Show and Sale. A coffee shop setting will day. Shown shuffli antiques' about to room
club members,
be created on the clubhouse stage, where browsers may new purchases fro iis year s collection are
relax and order refreshments. These cakes were baked for Mrs. Dean Fox, I and Mrs. Junius Macon. Show tickets
1 practice and served to committee members. are available at. a door,

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SOMETHING IN COMMON, an interest in antiques, Is shared by the Woman's Club and Antiques ALL WORK AND NO PLAY makes committeeing dull, says Mrs. David V. Thomas, chairman of
Collectors' Club. Presidents of circles within the latter group were guests of the antiques the antiques show, who entertained her committee at a coffee at her home a few days before
show committee at the coffee given by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs, Robert P. Resch, left, and Mrs. B, J. the show. She is pictured pouring Mrs. Denver Farmer coffee from the Thomas family's antique
Langston, center, presidents of collector's circles, are offered tea cookies in an antique biscuit Scotch Thistle tea service An avid collector of fine old things, Mrs. Thomas believes in putting ,
box by Mrs. Erwin Spears, president of the Woman's Club. antiques to use in daily living. (Ledger photos by Perkinsi'



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LEDGSunday. Feb. 1C. 1961

Babies Born At Lakeland General Hospital

I I I What's Ladv Bird Look I( I

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AP Newsfeatures Bainci The color shot taken their friend and telephones Get Wet-Diaper Test For Dreaded DisorderBy

NEW YORK (*-Ask makeup during the inaugural fcstivi Sera to discuss
man Eddie Sens why Lady ties In 1901 shows Mrs John forthcoming
Bird Johnson described him son In appointments
pink Lynda Bird In
placed on a special diet fur
a* a miracle worker and he'll white and Lucy Dames In "He is a warm gracious
Staff Writer several years, damage will
blush with pride. green It hangs in Sent office"She's Southerner. 'Now don't give All Infants born at Lake be kept to a minimum. Records .

But he'll deny that the Fiist the most charming" them everything they want'he land General Hospital are kept on optimally "-N.ted '
Lady need a magical formula warm, gracious woman, will 'Civ PKU victims show thai
say them what routinely checked for phenyl. I
"She has
to get across a lovely Image.. qualities aays a woman needs all the for you think they should have" ketonuria, an Inherited brain- they will attain an Intelligence

"That was an exaggeration loveliness. I her the President has told damaging disorder which, if Quotient between 80- t 4 bb
little him.
gave a X.r, .
insists Eddie of the inscription undetected and untreated 85, only slightly below the
beauty advice and she follow 'He
"To Our Miracle wants them to look will so severely disable a normal Intelligence range of
It, that's all
Worker" that Mrs. LyndonB. well but not theatrical," Sent child mentally that it must 100-110. The Lakeland pediatrician
Johnson wrote on a photograph Any talk about Mrs Johnson's explains. "He often has said be institutionalized for life. pointed out that records
of herself and dnugh. charm revolves around have not been kept long
that he likes his women folkto The chairman of the pediatrics
ten, Lynda Bird and Lucy her mouth and eyes, SenzIIY' look attractive and department at Lake enough on a sufficiently large i4H
land General said that phe- number of PKU sufferers to .
"She has the most delightful but doesn't want to overdo nylketonurla, commonly referred show the entire picture _

Speaking of Beauty twinkle In her brown eyes it" to as PKU I I. a very Prompt Treatment Vital
and a most expressive mouth Senz met the Johnsons old disorder, but the methods _
by Philip It treatment of PKU is
so these two features that not
through friends when the for detecting and treating It
Tt to lot nwMMtflll WjJiidJlSiiirhit" key her personality were the are relatively new. begun within the first three i
court 'alt a ardh 'r. ) President was a senator. Ha or four months of the child'
nr1Y eK hid ones to accent he explainsSeng According to the doctor, r
InorlY.t. .3r.t.lla minimizes makeup as invited the ladies to visit his life, or much sooner in soma
Yhro PKU is an Inherited disorder .. 5
r t .uua. 1. In the case of her olive skin salon And they did.Technlqu. triggered by recessive severe cases brain Injury ,
( n l'..I lr But he evolved an inaugura will be severe, according to *
In both neither of
1,1I Basic parents
Idrlvl/uJYllt' dYnl,"" tion makeup for her that the physician Untreated PKU
\ whom shows signs of the
I- I' fd 10 YU1wYOYreYUn.utr would be compatible on television Senz's makeup technique fur ailment. This any recessive trait victims retain the characteristic s..

urwlY lour W lu Inl t.".. and he suggested the the Johnson I I. a basic one appear once In every 750 of of two-year-old all
IunMdYYNhYII nrynY hairdo she now wears he has their live and almost all
used for 33 years, he the current population, the
must be Institutionalized
J'. Yr1 '" h.urr President Interested doctor said and it la for
It ,
,I. or AYyMrel says is a concept of rare life, he said
All 0' IhYw. Me advises Lynda Bird and achieving an Ideal by that two person with this e
studyIng -
tct< rf test routinely i\
PHILIP a n* non: trait will merry Therefore, ,
Into Balnea and some of the
tnkltt Lucy
structure of the given to the
Nlhurw face he the approximately
mmtldMMioo by B* Plitlin pointed out, Incidenceof ,
JUt A n*. Ana :::eu,. of UilN eelre their friends, and no one is from every angle, and then PKU infants Is 2.400 babies born at Lakeland
ftll allnn. Phljliin nvluu I. e.lnln. in among
Mulnna Im t.kel jid.Oflodnlltht more appreciative and complimentary shaping/ the head brow and about one In every 20,000 General Hospital each year
Mr' roller about his efforts mouth In a way that flatters births Is known to parents as the
than President Johnson, who the Individual. Through "wet diaper teat" On the
nth of .uret prop NormalA
..Ad.. takes a fatherly Interest In er shaping of these features, Appears fifth day of life, usually the
the Brooming of the girls and correct makeuo terhnlntm child born with PKU appears day babies leave the hospital
"- ---
and proper cosmetics, the ap normal at birth and for Infants are tested for

The linen look it ,in this Spring. This three piece pearance of cheekbones, nose several months afterward., PKU by a strip of treated
suit of II n-lk., Colonnade features simple, tltgontlinei and chin may be heightened records show The Lakeland paper being placed on their

In Spring's Iwo thodr Sittt, 8 to 18 $32.50RACY'S or diminished. physician said victim of wet diaper or dipped in their
"But the means of achiev PKU are usually blue-eyed, urine. If the treated paper
ing gratifying results should fair-skinned and fair-haired turns a certain color, this-indicate .
never be too ohvlou ." all the disorder affects the
Senz the
points out ;: metabolism wellas pretence of phe. BLOOD TEST FOR PKU involves taking a few drops of blood from an Infant a few day
pigment as nylalanine In (the urine. Most
the brain after birth. Mill Ann Taylor, laboratory technician at Lakeland General Hospital, is shown
Mrs Johnson pediatricians repeat the test I
Casual Despite the child' normal on infants brought to their offices pricking a baby' heel to obtain a drop of blood for the Guthrie test, This Is a newer test

d Gtrt One of the best-known make appearance, his body I I. un for their one-month for PKU than the wet-diaper test routinely performed at the hospital. It I II available to parent
S/a up men in the country, Senz able to make use of phenyla- check-up. and doctors upon request

I +e was apprentice to his late lanine, a substance in many A newer test for PKU is
II I II father who was makeup direc proteins. This substance then blood test, known to a nylalanine occasionally does brand-new Guthrie blood test. Dr. Robert A, MacCready
tor at the many aa not in the affected In- The was expectedto of the Massachusetts
I Metropolitan Opera accumulates In his body the GUI( ri. test. Sine appear program Depart
for 50 years. Ha has been irreversibly damaging his de nylalanine must reach ph* !fant' urine until it has left reach 400,000 newborn ment of Public Health report.
f ,;, adviser l to major movie com veloping brain. Research is level In the Infant'a bloodstream certain the hospital the condition escapes babies and to uncover about ed on the test as follows:

panics Broadway shows, television being conducted to learn Just before it detection on the wet 20 case of PKU. Doctors "Our results do suggest that
'.\ i" 'V His diversified clientele what it Is about phenalala- into the urine, the spills blood over test diaper test performed on the based this estimate on the Incidence the Guthrie screening method .
.l. /{ has Included Lady Mendl Jun. nine and other substances can detect the brain-damag fifth day of life This is why of one In 20,000 births has real value In detectingthe
\' ior Leaguers wives of govern. found In the blood stream ofa ing substance earlier than the the Guthrie test is valued over However, the Massachusetts phenylketonurla disorder
ment officials the wet-diaper test by many Department of Public Health before the newborn
:: as well as stage PKU victim that does the wet diaper method doctors baby
and screen stars damage the Lakeland pediatrician explain. researchers decided last summer to offer leaves the hospital This is at
: .\t\ Left to her own devices reported. Detects PKU Early The Guthrie test it available the Guthrie test to all maternity a time when complete cover.age *.

y\ Mrs Johnson might be caus- If a PKU victim is discovered The Guthrie test is said to at Lakeland General Hospital hospital in the state. of all infants is virtually
ual about grooming. At one within the first few daysor detect PKU within a very few upon the request of parents, Of 13,000 Infants tested in possible and at a time early
\ k 1.
'J\-\\ time asked to comment on weeks of his life and days after birth. Since phe- but it Is not routinely per. Massachusetts, nine have enough for optimal treatmentIf
Jacqueline Kennedy's controversial formed on all Infants. Asked been confirmed as victim of a life in an Institution as a

[ \ hairdo she replied -- --- .....'- why this was so, the chairman PKU, more than three time sever mental retardate is to
I ,. "I like to think that what la of the pediatrics depart. the expected number. be avoided."

I r's In a person's head Is more Important ment replied "The cost of the
I than what Is outside." blood test Is prohibitive as op
But when she had a hospital posed to the very Inexpensive Why. $how Old

II room adjacent to the Presi I 4 method (wet diaper test),
dent's during his recovery which is effective 'in 90 per
I from a heart attack, she com .1 cent of the cases" He added Daily Decisions Gather I
mented later that "Lyndon that he felt the blood test was
wanted me around 24 hoursa valuable because of the Importance
II'J P \ day He wanted me to laugha b of the earliest possible < Weight As Time PassesBy

I. lot and have my lipstick detection of the disorder.

t on." For this reason the Guthrie JOSEPHINE LOWMANThe may suffer, your home life
test Is now under consideration
Now Size 10 may suffer, and many Im
at Lakeland General
: and choices
I\ we make can
,I q It hat been said that she }II may soon be adopted as portant values may be lost.
make or ruin our chance for
cut her hair to please Johnson I standard procedure. In the No one else knows what your
and that he has set stan. meantime the blood test will happiness, health and success.So : .
store of energy I is, how largeor
dards for her makeup, weight 1 1l be available to parents who often we do not even realize
how ,small and It is most
and dress, and she lives to
up request it. at the time we are mak-
t them. She ditched low heel I In. choice difficult for a woman who I Is

I : ExtlusivelYours: t shoes for the high heels he Disorder Li Rare of any Importance. r enthusiastic about living and

prefers shrunk her size 14 The Lakeland pediatrician Yet the5eemiag who cares about people to
frame to a size 10 and some /1'1 stressed the rarity of PKU.
know where
to draw the line.
years ago took a makeup "When we say that the wet. ly small decl'lions
1 J'I 1 course with Senz. ... Making choices about how
l diaper test is 90 per cent effective we make I -1
"I didn want to make too this means that one day by day, ., you will spend your energy Is
much of the material and r case of PKU might go undetected without much similar to the choices you

frivolous." she has said "butI at Lakeland General thought may make about how you will
decided to learn how to Hospital every 50 year This entirelychange t' 1
t spend A
your budgetis
dress and to play along with
I l would most likely be a child the
it without letting it dominate t<"b. r4LABORATORY whose parents failed to bring course of our just as Individual. You may

me So many people who meet k\ : :t ; him to the doctor for the one- lives prefer to squeeze nickels,
209 E. MAIN :;
you for a few minutes judge < month checkup pediatriciansinsist Unless w e Miss Lowmaa dimes, quarter and dollar In

-- _you by what they .ee."n ..tA.' '.:1 upon for all Infants." are willing to let life grab us order to save for a trip, a

To further stress the rarityof by the throat and push us hobby, new draperies, a piano,
PROCEDURES for testing blood samples this old disorder which
very down
the year in any direct the children's education, book.
for phenylalanlne, a substance found In the bodies of infants has recently moved Into the
with the phenylkatonurla disorder, are begun by Cecil Marston medical spotlight he said tion which the pressure of the you long for or a house you

D a bacteriologist, and Miss Ann Roberts, technician, both of the that according to the present moment may Indicate, we had wish to build. Or, you may

pathology department of Lakeland General Hospital This test Incidence, the disease would better give real thought to spend for the moment

O is known to laymen a* the Guthrie test for PKU occur only once in 10 years at the choices we are constant. An Energy Bank
i Lakeland General Hospital as ly making. Otherwise w* will
0 long as the present birth rate You will find that saving:
ir.O wake up year from now and
continues your energy In small ways
wonder what happened to us
However research current counts up to an Importantgain
Iy underway indicates that the and our plan in vibrant living You
disorder may be more com W* have just so much energy
mon than it is now consideredto and just so much time. It may not realize that the myriad

tOob be. The United States Chil- is essential that we spend obligation you assume,

dren's Bureau began a mass them In ways which will bringus outside of your usual ones,

program more than a year the richest rewards in personal count up to a big total In

;;a ago to detect PKU in selected fulfillment. This i Is not a expenditure: of energy although
hospitals using the then selfish philosophy On the con- they seem innocent

trary, the better we are, the taken one at a time.
5Akpj1.4 more we have to give to others
Every human being has the
There is nothing noble right to some time alone to
S about taking on so much more some moment of relaxationand
S MIRROR than w* can do that we havea spiritual refreshment.You .

: :; mudPLANTER- can't nervous do anything breakdown for anybody and. will never get them if
4\ L you do what everyone ask
Region. E 1o you to do, whenever they ask
Caught la The Trap

SIDE SHOW I am convinced that many you.Every hour In every day we

outgoing perceptive, warmhearted are making important choices
women become caughtin W* are even making a very
Whil. Call
this trap. Once it becomes important one when we plait
Black Polent known that you are willing to our menus for today and tomorrow
help and that you do a good and the other day

sA E $16.95 job, the flood gates are open, of our lives.Temorrewt.
c \ fE and others without meaningto. "MEN-Lunches
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. II, 1H4 S Ck

Annual Citrus Tea, ContestsSet j


A "Ith Rules Of f Entries ToldThe I.

OLIVI STOUT SYKIS. (.dear w...,,'. EdgarWho's annual Citrus Tea citrus hat contest; Mrs Hilda to be sent to the chairman, :
sponsored by the Coordinating Doolittle president American by Feb. 29. These hats are to
I Council of Women's Organizations Business Women's Association .

Lucia/ Myers ? Here's Who'/ will be held Sat ribbon prizes; Mrs be registered with the contest

I urday, March 7, at Magnolia Erwin Spears, president Wom chairman by noon Saturday I
Building, Civic Center from an's Club of Lakeland re March 7. In order to qualifyIn

If you don't know Lucia Myers you should. Let me Introduce you to her 2 to 4 p.m The lea honors freshments: Mrs Clyde Scott the judging I

I Mrs. Myers' column "Life In Lakeland" was Initiated on Sunday. Dec. 8, and winter visitors to the City of president Women of the Rules applying to the recipe ,

the. question Who, is Lucia Myers?" was posed to me on several occasions. Lakeland. Moose decorations; Mrs. W. contest are: citrus juice rind.
j Quiet and retiring Mrs. Mrs Charlotte Cook, council L. .1 Jackson president Sorosis I
or pulp must be an Ingredientof
{; and choose president will be assisted by Club judges for recipes.
Myers her husband Lakeland as a times be done to live a entry-be eAa111UN aOAND eBW.TED a11W
the It beverage,
si organization chairmen a* follows Resident, as well as winter I
i Weldon a retired college starting place. : Miss Josepha Ratliff visitors to Lakeland, are sauce, meat or dessert to E

professor, have lived at They got no further in Well only recently did t council past president, general eligible to participate In the qualify and does not have to :; gives mon 1 +r/,
317 E. Park St. their search; they were have my blood typed and discovered chairman in
since comIng ; Mr* Larry Lynch, contest, which a grand be the written :
original recipes
to' Lakeland some convinced they had that I have the same past president of Altrusa prize will be awarded and together with i the I yummy ..:
! found their future home. blood type. She was my Club Mrs. W, W. secbnd and third winners
alto.Statistics. publicity; place
be delivered
must ; color
I II They found the house second child, having had a Baker, president of CatholicWoman's will be awarded Ribbon sample : new /J \ IL'VILLA
I are as follows son, Virgil, first. When my the Magnolia Building by 1
I they are presently living Club, first prize recipes of Merit.
: 'Mrs. babies noon March 7, for judging : ,
Myers was were being born noth f
Mrs. Charles Eicken- Rules of the Citrus Hat
in it and ; con
bought during
born in known awards ,: MALT I
Greensboro Ala. ing was about the RH
where' the month they had to blood berg, president of F.cultyWomen' test are: must have citrus Floral arrangements will be ::
her factor If she had not ,
wait before in Club program; Mrs. fruit and/or flowers-foliage, the rules :
moving had judged by following : !
father blood
was my same type,
Marvin H. Henderson Jr., blooms, bark, or limbs from
made their' planned tour there could have been trou no artificial fruit can be used ::
professor of of Florida, president Lakeland Businessand the citrus tree; use liberally; in the arrangements, and it is :'2
hoping theywouldn't ble
trouble which at that
a small college Professional Club recipes. the hat Is to be worn by a '
She find a place time was not understood and model and must be originalnot required to include foliage or I
they liked better than the remedy not known. bloom from the citrus tree In !
was gradu Mrs. Roy S. Bell, president, bought-and may be madeon the floral arrangementswill II
ated from our town. I believe that It Is common Pilot Club door prizes? Mrs. hat forms, bread baskets, be placed on exhibition !

"We toured the state, practice now for a pregnant Gladys Williams, past presi- boxes or on chicken wire and must be received at the :I
fngdonCollege. but were so happy to re- mother to have her blood dent Pionette Business and frames. The number of hats Magnolia Building on March

turn to Lakeland each typed by her attending physician Professional Women's Club and their models' names are 7 before noon in order to be i!
night" said Mrs. Myers. during early pregnancy
M o n tgom- An excellent judged. ,
cry Ala., a Mrs. Myers is writing An ounce of prevention is Junior Woman's Club Entries are expected from !.
circles and two Junior
certifiedteacher about Life In Lakelandnow worth a pound of cure) the 26 I
jot LUCIA with great enthus- garden clubs of the Garden f

Latin, but she has never iasm and warmth She'sa Fine Arts Tea TodayThe Club of Lakeland Inc. !I
used her'certificate in gentlewoman of the In a Buy and] Save" article Junior participation on flow : Join me 2
written by Mary L. T Brown ers and recipes are Invited. :
fact, has. never taught at first order. She has a a friend and director of wom.en' talents of members ed In the Florida Federationwill i! for Vanilla Malt! i
all. sharp mind a sense of be spotlighted at the of Women's Club's District 9
activities for Hill
Her interests centered humor, is deeply' consid- Knowlton Inc., New York and Fine Arts Tea planned by the Fine Arts Festival Friday in i OPEN r e f It's Datebooka' new creamy 2

In journalism and she erate. Site s enjoying City she lays, "The office collection Junior Woman's Club this Sebring.Club I .colors of and ,"".' 'TIL .: .. dreamy platinum off white, that
herself immensely, meet. green "" f
worked on campus pub -passing the hat-has afternoon from 3 until S SINE t I
gold will be used In decorating comes in
ing interesting people mouth-watering style Itoes.
lications and took some taken on a most Insidious o'clock at the clubhouse 59 for the event.
and her readersto
Journalism courses. She leading better form. It Is no longer a mat Lake Morton Drive. Members of Mrs. Rlcker's tank Your Neighbor i with absolutely everything and looks
went to work as an ad a acquaintanceof ter of dropping a dollar Into Displays of members' accomplishments committee In charge of arrangements
vertising copy writer for some of the folks they the hat to see the bride off on will include for the event are About 2! like Spring itself No wonder Z

a leading Alabama department know and introducingthem life's happy Journey with the arts, crafts sewing needleMrs.. Wendell I Alderman Fashion Board approved it
store and con to some they don't.She man of her choice. Now it is work and creative writing. Mrs. Warren Bowden, Mrs. PRIMA i

siders her training therein has written for the chronology that takes you Background music will be Douglas Malsberger, Mrs 1 Buy it for only
"making every word New York Times as wellas from her engagement with all presented by members who Ralph Blalock Mrs. Williamare CASUAL SLIPPERS !

produce" invaluable. She for the Washington the trimmings to the shower pianists. A. Brower Jr., Mrs. Shofner, b.99j
and the wedding with each Guests at the tea will be FRAVESSI CARDS $
worked Post. We are happy to Mrs. Burr and Mrs. Martin. =
at this for
job a _ _ _
of have her writing about person contributing a gift that greeted by a receiving line j
couple years.Attending I I. not in a class with "keep made up of club officers '
Life in Lakeland for The HAND CUT t
a summer ing up with the Joneses" but Mrs. Kathryn Hinson, presi COLUCIVAGABONDS I..
session at a Methodist Ledger. "wemustsurpasstheJonesatanycost dent; Mrs. True Burr and GLASSWARE :!
And because of her
college in Birmingham ," and cost It does. Mrs. James Shofner vice :
she met her future husband great modesty, we do No financier could help but presidents; Mrs. Jacquie Bell PRESENT AT :

Weldon while attending hope that she won't be wince at the percentage of a and Mrs. Pat Murphy secretaries WINTER REPERTORY THEATRE !:
his classes. He abashed at this piece, woman's salary that goes for ; Mrs. Shelton T. 2

was married at the time which she has no knowledge these so-called necessities that Bass, treasurer; and Mrs. G bT\' :
Years later she met him of until this morn- are actually In most cases, Huntley Ricker, general Fib.. 20-Th. .ppl.ot Days of ,in .
ing. My gal Friday wanton luxury chairman of the event. V.u Life
again in Washington i
D. C., where she was on, Nancy Brower did a bit One wonders how the aver Presiding at the tea ..erv21Th.. Glass Mm.e.d.Ices Qifl&; l
will be Mrs l
of undercover sleuthingfor Robert Murphy
the age working girl, she continues .
staff of the Washington F.b. 22-A Dell's Heui
luncheon Mr H. F. Roberts Mrs.
me on a
has anything left for savings
Post (three ) 2015 POE ST.
years date with Mrs. Myers. Howard Sims and Mrs Rob-
and he was doing research after this. "The answeris ert Nosun. Hostess II 1 11 S, KENTUCKT"as 'srbLCdt
Forgive us, Lucia? that she doesn't. What can at the Adults $1.00 Stud.nH SOe ALL THI WAY OUT r, MAIN
in the Library of
punch table will be Mrs. .
be done about It? Planning! Curtain Tim I P.M. TO PHILLIPS STATION -
Congress. He was thena Clyde A. Martin Jr.
Short range planning that FIe, Southern Sludtnft Frt THEN RIGHT ON LONGFELLOW .:
widower. They were Carolyn Marie M 111 s r. Entries in the fine arts displays
shows Immediate returns to
by mu- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. In a fattened savings ac will be judged by Mr. EVERYBODY READSThe
tual friends who knewof Truman W. Miller, 121 Lake and Mrs. Banton S. Doak and for Ticktrtirf Ittimalfoni"
their previous meet Hollingsworth Drive I has count Mary drawing concludes Interest.: "The whole Mrs. Erwin Spears, presidentof Give Your Horne A LEDGER Want Ads. Coll MU 6-1151 To Place

student and been pledged to East Carolina the Woman's Club. DiCall 688.3555 Gift Tool Place.
ing as professor point Is that too many womenin Your Ad I In This Active Market
and were married College's Delta Omicron vision winners will be enter
business today are overspending -
a few years after this! chapter of Alpha Delta Pi their Income, and I
social sorority following informal -
meeting. they are overspending It on

Mr. Myers taught his the Greenville rush week N.parties C., col at things they consider necessities
last classes at Converse which are transient luxuries
College in Spartanburg lege.The 12 pledged there are that make no contribution -

S. C. After his retire now going through a pledge and coat more than the ,

ment from teaching they period of about six weeks, return they give

moved to acreage in during which each must "We should all buy what HAVE A NATURAL ATTRACTION on any outdoor scene in the fresh spring colors of these match-
we can afford; this isn't to
south Alabama which maintain a scholastic aver- say we should stop shopping, ups by Country Set. Solids of Vycron polyester and cotton with white stitching trim. Blouse motchmates in checked
Mrs. Myers had inherited age of C on all work taken
from her father. during this period, besides but we should shop wisely so Dacron polyester and Avron rayon. Blue or green. Sizes 315.
and and
we can shop lave
meeting the standards of the
There they built a be sure that we are living
house and lived the rus- sorority. within the income we have."

tic life for a short time, .
all the while planning to
Wonder how many of you Members of Alpha Gamma
come to Florida for their
retire ment folks reading this column Delta sorority at Florida { et:1
home.permanent know your blood type It Southern College are delightedwith

is real Important you know. the gift of a beautiful
Their plan was to It should be Indicated on silver service. The donor, ..

spend a sabbatical year your driver's license In the who chose the sorority's fifth ';xdlfll't"'ll tllfrllSlim
touring Florida before event you are Involved In an anniversary on campus to

deciding in which Flor accident and need a trans make the generous gesture is
fusion. Beside, it I Is excite
ida city or town they
Mr. B. K. Young, South Ken-
ing to know. It has fascinating -
would make their home. tucky Avenue an alumna of
An article they read possibilities, really. the sorority.
My daughter Shirley
about Lakeland in the The presentation was madeat
In Bartow has Type O-RH
New York Times which Negative blood. She has had a banquet In the new collegiate

described the city as have three children. The last two, room on campus last J

ing a relatively high altitude as is usually the case had Monday night. d

for Florida surrounded antibodiea which might have /Ag""

by orange (but didn't) required a com Aren't the azaleas and plum in
groves and having no plete transfusion of blood at blossoms around town lovely ; '

night life caused them to their birth. This must some Such a pretty sight despite the ;

inclement weather of the last L1$1LU

Lakeland/ School/ ChildrenTo several weeks-but maybe a
result of the rain and cloudi f ,a
ness. The citrus folk are over. o p

Hear Florida Symphonyto joyed with the rainy weather, / ; ? \ i ::7//

making Irrigation of the ,

Junior Welfare League In be presented this year art grove unnecessary! rti r

cooperation with the music de. tremendous," he continued. This weather seems to be \V'I 'o.6 d i
Conductor nature's of helping to restore -
partment of the Lakeland pub- Henry Mazer I Is conductorand the freeze damaged tree L'r 4Y
lic schools will again sponsor assistant conductor is to better health and fuller pro ,

a special Children's Concertby Joseph Krcines. duction. They suffered severely

the Florida Symphony of Mrs. James I. Black Jr., from the December,

Orlando Wednesday at the chairman of arts and interest 1962, cold spell.
committee, will be assisted by And soon the dogwood trees
Bishop Branscomb Audi Mrs. Jobie R. Watson, Mrs. will be bursting Into lacy
There will be two
torium. William F. Jackson Mrs. bloom.
performances; one at 10 a.m. M. C. Leetun Mrs. Gordon R. .
and another at 1.30: p.m. \\A
Children from the third Heath Mrs. Walter Ingram, j
Mrs. Kirk McKay and Mrs. TO THINK UPON "Re-
fourth, fifth and sixth grades 3,500 Fritz W. Penkert. member that every drop of

totaling approximately The Florida Symphony will rain that falls bear Into the
The cost of the
return later this year for bosom of the earth a qualityof
will be met by the
concert .
members of the Lakeland Con beautiful fertility.H.
Junior Welfare League The cert Association to hear. Lewes. ketj 12.98
small amount of money the
i Slim Skirt 8.98
children are asked to bring

will cover the expense of buses Are You Tired of Jims 8.98 '
and salary of the drivers. . 6.8
Tape Recording Permanents? Jacket . 9.98 \
Eric Berg, music director of Dry-Tight-Fuzzy 1"A.Iine Skirt 11.98
the public schools, has been Blouse . 8.98

preparing tape recordings of Why' NN Try Our N.w Jamaicas . 6.98
the music and information on Kitts Soft. Lena -
the composers, as well as t "oj"
knowledge of the instrument Kitten Soft '

In the orchestra, so he can A
familiarize the students with WAVE : .
selections the symphonywill
the present. This and other Sprldf, t Sparkle fI"FOUNDATION I

music appreciation material Sprisey w.... end C.rh. Gentle. Car*- [ 'iJte OPEN
has been given to all teachers, f.r heir ....410'1 spell| | care listed &S

and they have taught the chil- ......... Sr baby fine 1. MONDAYSTREET 4
dren *o they will be ready for SPORTSWEAR--
the concert. j 3 floors of fashion NITE
"Last years' concert was a FLOOR S
big success and was met witha IK I. Pius St. MU 1.4612 .
great deal of enthusiasm" CLOSED MONDAYS 211. E. Main laktlaniIIIIIIII

said Mr. Berg "The selections




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Sunday, Feb. II, 1N4 I ?
r y

tBiAlltLLAKELAND GENERAL Arts In The News n r, r l >a


Mr. and Mrs. John Uzmack,

Bartow, daughter, Feb. 13.
In Lakeland/
Mr. and Mrs.
James W. I II
Whidden, Auburndale, son,
Feb. 13.Custom,

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MadeD1l1m11ID Art Show Lakeland Concert AssociationSet yt


OR READY MADE Next Present 26- Y ear-Old/ Pianist R i ir

FREEINSTALLATION Michel Block, pianist will certi! In a single concert. Block sole recipient of a specially .
be presented by the Lakeland In 1954 he entered the Jull- created "Artur Rubin.
WeekendThe Concert Association I In Its liard School of Music In New stein Award
third program of the season York. His New York debut in In May 1963, he won Amer.
Friday at 8:15: p.m. at the December 1959 was accorded ica's coveted Leventrltt
T Lakeland Art Guild'i Branscomb Memorial Auditorium unanimous critical acclaim. Award

annual winter exhibit will be on the Florida South. The young artist entered the
Praised In Press
t held next Saturday and Sun. ern College campus celebrated Chopin Piano Com
The year-old pianist was petition in Warsaw in 1960. The music critics have de- --4L
day at the New Civic Center.
born In Antwerp, Belgium, of The result of this competition scribed him In the press as
-.r The publics/ invited to view French parents, who took him caused a stir In the musical follows: "Tireless rhythmic
the paintings of Lakeland area at an early age to Mexico, world, for Artur Rubinstein vitality, formidable mechanical "di
artists and the work of local where he was reared. His honorary president of the regularity, and admirable
craftsmen and photographers musical career began In earnest board of judges, consideredthe simplicity" London Dally
when he made his debutat decisions unfair Telegraph, "His recital showed
Saturday from 2 until 9pm.,
16 with the Mexican Na. Michel Block had been given the huge excitement, the
Sunday from Ham. until 9 tional Symphony Orchestra in only 10th place. In protest, Mr. genuine temperament, the
Mexico City playing three con. Rubinstein named Michel sweeping bravura that already
i p.m.Dr.. O Floyd Zimmerman Is has won Block high acclaim
( end a solid measure of public ,"
general chairman of the show .T
CSHOP adulation"-Washington Post. I
AT HOME! Charles Holder, Instructor at ,
Mr. Block Is under contractto
the Lakeland Art Guild'sTigertown
RCA Victor and Deutsche
Our Consultant Will studios, will supervise
t Grammophon Records, released
Call at Your Homo the staging. I nth. United States SECRET MEETING OF YOUNG LOVERS, played by Sallie Snively and Jack Thompson,
Assortment of Prints Visitors to the show, which through MGM Records. is approved by the mute, played by Mary Fariday in this scene from "The Fantasticks," Lakeland
v Little Theater's next production, which opens a four-night run Tuesday at Civic Center
Is being held in cooperationwith
With a Large 4 Theater Curtain time is 8:30: o'clock. (Ledger Photo By Perkins)
the Parks and Recreation
and Solid Colors. Kappa010
Department of the City of fl -

Lakeland, are Invited to vote Business Meets Stone
Dial 682.6131 Mo/
for the painting of their

choice The show will be ; ; 1( TomorrowKappa To Speak At

judged by a Jury.Homemad. < (
; Iota chapter of Kappa
if 1
desserts and : ; Delta Phi sorority will ABWA MeetMaj.
snacks will be served at a i meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. at

I OF LAKELAND, INC snack bar maintained by Mrs. First Federal communityroom ). W. Clark Stone will
Wilmer White at the Civic downtown. New members speak at the meeting of the
120>> N. Massachusetts Are.
will be welcomed by the
Lakeland of
Center during show hours. Imperial chapter
., president, Mrs. Charles T. American Business Women'sAssociation
aram+smAtersswixeamsar MM M MMM t srs ', Chapman.The .
)\ "" tomorrow at the
new members are Mrs. Crest Restaurant at 8:30: p.m.
IaI Jack Brodhage Mrs E. Major Stone will speak on saw s
I Sheridan Teachout III, Mrs Americanism, comparing our
Michael Downing Mrs Da. way of life with other coun- By HAZEL HALEY special occasion when he
Fad.1011 The secret Ingredient vid Edwards, Mrs. Scott tries, using color slides taken Fantastic, says the Unabridged sacrifices other things to doa

The verve, the vitality, .. Ewing and Mrs Neal Crews. while serving In Korea assigned means Imaginary, show for us. Sallie Snively
; Before the business session, to the United States unreal, irrational, bizarre, grotesque you recall from "Picnic
the go, that makes the I a pledge service will be held Headquarters Command.A quaint. and that is "Gypsy" and as the lovely

: difference in casual' f: ; ;. ;:i .' 'for Mrs. Carol Clark, sponsored retired Army officer, Major our next production precisely. native" girl in "The King and
: : by Mrs. Howard Wyn- Stone, a Lakeland businessman Entitled of course, "The Fan- I.
f clothes. Country Girl hasIt. mI ?-:" ;, ". ,' coop served in 26 countries tasticks," this departure from Another bright spot In that
Come see for yourself : :\ :" : ; The new members will announce while in the Army and received routine theater should be a same show was Jack Thompson -
3 ..., :; : plans for a barbecue nine major decorations landmark in Little Theater voice teacher and choir
I planned by them for membersand He Is married and has history, and we have had no director from Winter Haven.
I I their husbands in March. three children. He attended small number of landmarks.The This Is his first time since
Plans also will be formulatedfor Lakeland schools, Mary-Har.din when and where are the then, and his Is a voice any
GG.UtmT6V G 1b a social to be given by .Baylor College and the Civic Center Theater, Tuesday Romeo would covet. In the
I Mrs Robert Meeks and Mrs. University of Maryland. through Friday nights at roles of the two fathers are
.,.., Donald E. Morris Miss Winifred Christner, 1:30: o'clock, with tickets Lamar Blanton, a native Lake-
aouTNaaTI MALL I 'TIL eYfigxrreacTiatrlarAr4Art m Committee reports will be president/ will preside at the available at the box office for lander who played this same
given meeting and Mrs Sophia Rob- non-members, and box office part in a college productionlast
Mt fflAlrL mtrdrtlYrlll'fill JarrarL lr4drrfrr t MICHEL BLOCK: ertson, program chairman, will open each day from 11 I m. year; and Bill Gallagher
-- introduce the speaker Miss until 3 p.m for Information fresh from "Sergeants," m
Picnic Planned By 'Progressive Jazz'Is Gloria Trudgen, vocational reservations or changes, MU which he played the Irate gen
QOonoadaoot m looo00000oooootiooooI chairman, states that no vocational 31162. eral. Roger Sherman appearsas
D Canadian SocietyThe Program Topic talks will be made. Not technically termed a an actor who specializes in

1 I E LJ E E Lakeland Canadian will have Society its annual of Contemporary will meet Wednesday Club of Lakeland at is musical more, "The accurately Fantasticka"a play dying Our star dancer and choreographer

/ C with music, a great deal of Mary Fariday, plays
picnic Saturday at noon at 2:30: p.m at the home of Mrs
: B It, and Identified In the play the mute. She too, is an indispensable
ElE the Magnolia Building, Civic James R. Boulware, 305 I
B Center Those attending are Mornlngside Drive. script as "A Parable about element of our
Q to bring a covered dish and A program on "ProgressiveJazz" Love. Those of you who musicals, along with husband
n table service will be given by Mrs. think that Edmund Rostand Frank, who has been musical
m wrote only one play, the magnificent director on every single one
F Following the luncheon a L. G. MacDowell and Mrs
= a dance will be held. Membersof William Lord The program "Cyrano de Berge- we ever had. No community
Q the Tourist Club have been subject was requested by someof roc," will be astounded to theater can function adequately
a:: Invited learn that "The Fantasticks"is without the Faridays.
to attend the dance. the members, a spokesmansaid.
Hi Q:: based on a Rostand play For the first time this sea

Q:: e. called "Les Romanesques"The son. Director Barry Wilder
a d1 / aJnaLLRussell Romeo and Juliet theme will be on our stage He is a
SPEED UP DRESSINGA is one of the most popular In fine actor, and he loves per.

Cureton 2020 W. 10th well organized closet can literature, and our play is a forming. The combination,
Ela St., has returned from Dothan, help get you out to the office tongue in cheek version of It. however, of acting and direct.
Elm Ala, where he attended funeral faster on weekday mornings. Veteran Actors ing has finished off a numberof
services for his mother, Have accessories handy In trans lOur best cast of the season directors, because it Is a
Mrs Willie Mae Cureton who parent or clearly labeled boxes, has been hard-pressed to near-impossible combinationof
m died at her home in Miami on and hang your clothes In transparent get ready a professional per functions. A thank-you he
a Saturday, Feb. 8, after a long plastic bags so that they formance in the brief time particularly merits
Illness. She was 86 years old. can be easily seen. since "No Time for Sergeants Peggy Burr Is the entire musical -
a ;" we are fortunate, staff for this one .
then, that most of them are director, rehearsal accompanist
ElE Ela veterans, not only used to and the orchestra in the
electric water heaters 3El 3 Days Only at 3 Days MAJ. W. CLARK STONE pressure but thriving on It. pit. Peggy Is chorus director
ONLY ONLY In the important role of the at Lakeland Junior High I
PROTECT INVESTMENTA narrator la Don Kaplan. Our School: and a stalwart of our
ElEl save space, too ElQ 217 N. KENTUCKY SHOES AVI. good alligator handbag Is 12-year history Includes only musicals, having performedin
a worth while but expensive three musicals in which he nearly every capacity that
a LAKELAND FLA Investment It's wise to carrya did not appear no Don, exists.
El Besides giving you plenty of hot water 'round the clock, ElQ plastic case inside the bag so no musical. Business and family The play book says that
.n ELECTRIC water heater can save space In your home, that you can protect it from leave him small time for the place of the show is a
Q too. ElP damage should it rain. theater, however, and it is a simple stage} the time, then.
E Act. I In the moonlight
You can put in electric water heater anywhere, often In 0El
Act 11 In the sun How
ElEl space otherwise wasted. ,. closet, pantry, alcove. Or,.you :: can you resist such an enigmatic

ElEl:: can put e countertop model In your electric kitchen or ElEl .r r11Vgy promise? In Macbeth,
E electric laundry, to give you extra work surface. rrwr 'Lpv'F Banquo inquires of the witches
"Are fantastical?" We
Q You don't need I flue or vent for en electric water heater, ye
ElQ hope all good theatergoersare
ElE so you can place this automatic hot water source anywhere ei FqI this week.

you please. See your dealer about an electric water El

m heater-another way to better living, electrically ElEl

exquisite rings of
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AGAIN IN FEBRUARY! highest quality, In wee

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i $10.00 Installation Allowance During February If You Replace Q _
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J right! Your Dtpt. of Electric & Water Utilities, will pay you $30.00 Installation
6 + allowance during February If you replace your old dome-type water heater with,
?. B:: a new 230-volt Automatic, Electric Water Heater Or you can replace your old electric ElEl
heater with a new 230.Volt Automatic' Electric Wttter Heater and receive a

I I ; 0l $1000 Installation allowance. ElEl Only II| 00 reg. x,00

; : See your Electric Appliance Dealer, select the sue you need. He will send a soles
i I[ certificate to us and our Customer Service Engineer' will check the Installation Then j ElEl ftmtut bend N.i..mt
i you receive your Installation, allowance check by mail, That s all there Is to It. Pill NsadlluIWrapplngCltarg. iP Choose from a wide tlr Phil Jabs J.ann. _
i r! 'I' I' Mote the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In February) Q: Photographer Will I. At selection, from $49.95 Tent' Lynn MaidtnUrm
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Pink Cafe, a sweet t, 'HII
PASTELS flattering fashion tnend for the com ; I Qr
Spring pink spiced
Ing season,/take on new shape and calculated purpose in the with coffee, Rhyme ,I l ; 'I ,
spring coll Lion of jewelry designer Judith McCann. Attach with Cafe An
to a 29-inch necklace of half-opaque, half-transparent delphin Loit, a color that's ii II '
lum blue beads wound into' a double choker, a matching pin half rich coffee and i

gives Impressive style impact The pin also has solo potential half sweet cream, ( ,
The McCann collection Is available in Lakeland. Slim Fine Line ,
1.50" or Hi- j l :

Spring Will Bring New Society in delectably refill, decorated 1.10 ,I 1 n 'iH P l II + 4aVOGUI
Colors new cases ; ( I : 1jy
Bead Shapes And : matching r e g u I or Sit I ,
Nail Satin 75c. Indulge '

NEW YORK Top fashion strand matinee length. I yourself : : a
trend for spring Is a distinctive Among pins Ueslgned m"j You'll charm cafe ,_ ,I
use of color In accesso Judith McCann, the floral I society! b
ries, and jewelry designer tit prevails Newcomer
Maas' Cosmetics : '
Judith McCann has, in her pearl is an airy bl) nom whlchas J ; IIIptus I

new collection, given womenan In addition w the ,tusu 10% fed. tn
opportunity to express true pin fastening a clasp Ihp "
style Individuality in most clasp hooks betwe'tn' any ]wo I
flattering t nes. beads to convert! a cia sic ,
From a sophisticated pal necklace into a pendant style a
ette of beads Mrs. McCann Another version of flower pin I''
offers costume and complexion is a dusty pink. Each pin has I IIj ,
compliments in her revolutionary corresponding Wingback ear j ,I I't I I I I l
Wingback and Hoo rings. (
pon earrings necklaces and The sizes of earrings are, in I I H rl U
pins Outstanding is her use general, larger than in pit iiilt t 4' l lI
of pinks from frosty pale to vious seasons but, in keeping) I I ,I II'ij" I"" y iI
dusty rose, blues from light with Mrs. McCann's belie\ ) I''" I'' : 5951'I I
sky to violet-tone, wisteria that women should select designs 1'1/1'111"/ i', 'I
greens from tender sprout to in proportion to facial p l HI ;H'' I
jade and iridescent pearls features, a full range of I ,, u''i
emitting muted rainbow hues. "scaled to size" mountings is ': I'I 6II
New Bead Shapes available '
Significant too, are the Earring Comfort I I II; I I II
shapes of beads presented by The Wingback fastening Invented I I I 9V
Mrs. McCann. Six.faceted nug by Mrs McCann, has 'I I I
gets baroque ovals flattened been called "the world's first t'II'I :
two-tone pillows, raffia ballsan comfortable earring." It exerts I I
inch In diameter and a no pressure has neither l l
three-sided white beauty with screw nor clip back. A Wingback I I I'-
Dalmatian black markings are earring rests on the l I
among the new contours curve just above the ear lobe, I 1a
Dominant necklace designIs safely anchored through an ; II i I aPl
Mrs. McCann's exclusive engineered principle of bal !
adjustable 29-inch strand with once Women with smaller ,
clasps at each end. These than average or extra sensl I I '

clasps slip between any two tive ear lobes wear these ear I l i I I I
beads of the strand to create rings with complete ease according I l
any depth neckline the wearer to Mrs McCann.Similarly I l I j
wishes. Here the fashion the Hoopon earring I
individualist finds endless possibilities has no "pinch" As the I I l lr
for a Shuvon neck name implies the Hoopon is i I Il'
lace may be looped into long a ring of decorative metal, l
pendant patterns or Into a hor often with drops A Hoopon I '
izontal figure eight at the slides over the ear lobe to
throat, wound Into a double rest, as the Wingback does, in
choker or dropped to single weightless comfort. I I

Illness, Death Main \

I Causes Of Home LossNEW //I \ \ .' .. '

YORK A home of of thousands of home mort-// \t\\\

one's own is a vital part of gages each year ,,
the American dream. And death or illness could be pre \\'k''f: ) bound for "Shantique"by
yet, for thousands of families vented by adequate insurance Spring. .
each year, that part of the ei v *
dream is shattered by the coverage. Many homeowners
have special / our nylon jersey
threat of mortgage foreclosure

surance designed to lilln- Shelton Stroller- as seen in VOGUE
The number of mortgages the remaining
foreclosed annually on private case of death and personal bookvogue
non-farm homes has disability coverage asadditional pattern
tripled in the past seven protection again i loss 12.ftU
)'ears, and is rising rapidly of income due to big illness -
toward the 100,000 mark or disability j
Mortgage Iniuran Spring fashion days grow longer with our
While this represents pattern 5954 vogue pattern 601 f
than a half of one per cent The typical mortgage redemption new Stroller, In non-stop DuPont nylon
of the total number of such policy is of lie type jersey On it goes in a twinkling offit
mortgages in the U. S,, the called decreasing teen in comes, shrugging wrinkles no matter
increase in foreclosures is surance. The face mount how active you've been! Washes in sec FASHION PRINTS lighthearted,
disturbing to economists and is reduced each yeif over onds drip-dries without the bother of
blossom In
to all who are concerned the life of the mortage itself ironing, Green, lilac, blue, rose; 10.20, beautifully prints to
with the welfare of American so that the insurance 12'-2.41/2.. your wardrobe from Spring's first flush
families. benefit remains appr imate-
Some recent government ly equal to the out ending Maas' Midtown Shop through Autumn's crisp Everglaze Mm
indebtedness on th4 mortgage -
studies cited by the Instituteof J lea re* Shantique is a lustrous, lovely cot
Life Insurance indicate sailors
that the death or disability Policies Guarantee that Payirtnt that ship shape PHONE LAKELAND MU 6-1161 ton satin shantung, quality tested to
of the cause family of one breadwinner out of every lathe there will be money(to meet it with straw! OR...MAIL-THIS.....-COUPON-....--TO...:-- keep fresh smartness not just for one
the monthly paymertp on the say "JANE III"
four foreclosures on FHA- mortgage itself evti If the MAAS BROTHERS, LAKELAND, FLORIDA season, but for years you'll find Inspiration
For V A-
insured mortgages. k (AS SKETCHED)
insured mortgages the comparable family breadwinner unableto for many wonderful, wearable
ratio was one out work because ofla major NAME . ;. . . . . .
of five. accident or illness, are also 15.95 clothes to make at home in these,

Death Illness CausesIn available companies from maty fere Insurance the ADDRESS . . ,;. . .. ., and other Everglaze Mmicare fabrics!

geles New(o6t York of the and six Los cities An monthly from $3 cost to $5 mlgflt pe" $100 range of It's PUT A LITTLE SPRING IN YOUR LIFE. CASH . CHARGE Prints at 1.59 a yard other AmerU
Spring-Sighting time when odd a
covered by the study), deathor guaranteed monthly I income, you If rural address, pleas give' delivery Instruction tex* cottons also available from 1.29 to
Nines was the numberone depending on the provisions jaunty, debonaire sailor to your wardrobe !

reason for mortgage of the policy the injured'sage these have coy little brims and 1.98 a yard.
foreclosures. In the other and other factors Please lend m e the following merchandiseAdd ;
four cities (Chicago Dallas Instead of buying KJ separate uplifted crowns that make you look years 3% stare tales tax

Detroit and Philadelphia), It mortgage policy, many younger, feel delightfully feminine.
ranked second only to loss of home owners include oney Please send me -. Shelton Strollers @
income from economic I to pay off the mortg e as Come aboard we've many more for

causes. Other significant part of an overall lifej insurance you to see in Spring's most delightful 1298 totol -. Size -, lit color Maas' Fashion Fabrics
reasons for mortgage foreclosure program work i out
according to the with the help of thei .gent. straws and delicious hues. Above all: the" choice -, 2nd color choice -,
same study, are business Such programs gener Iy are HAT completes your costume.
Don 2.16 No 190
failure. Increased housing based on permanent life insurance .
costs due to rising property and thereto* offer
taxes and maintenance costs, the additional advanLge of Maas' Millinery Salon I I ,
and marital difficulty. building up cash valfcs that
While some reasons for the can help tide the fanny over '
loss of a house may be beyond unexpected financial emergencies -
the control of the fami- without putjng the
Lea involved the foreclosure house in Jeopardy

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$-CLAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. 18. 190!

Fashion Day

lions AuxiliaryDixieland Meeting Slated

/Is ThursdayAt lJ

Lions Auxiliary berry. Final plans for the I

meeting will be held tomor lighthouse party will be given :; !/ Florida

row at 8 p.m. at the home of by Mrs, George Schmid.Auxiliary ,

Mrs. Art Wesche, 407 W. Pat. TALLAHASSEE Fashion

tenon b< 1 Day at Florida State University

Mr. Wade Seaborn and Will celebrates Its 10th anniversary

Mr*. William Parkman will Fete New Bride Thursday with a program
report on the progress of organizing of guest lectures and the

an auxiliary In Mul-. Mrs Timothy Alan Bick- show.traditional student fashion
ford will be honored during
the social hour of the Typographical Beginning at 9:25 a.m. In
FREE( FREE) FREE! Union Auxiliary 256 the Longmire Auditorium,
Fashion Day will feature lea
meeting Tuesday night.The
"DETECTO" Bathroom Seal meeting will be at the tures by four representativesof

with tech "" ef home of Mrs Richard Brooks, the fashion world Belle

ALL NATURAL ONE-A-DAY 622 Channing Road, with Mrs, Martha Bermann, Mondessa Connor, I i
Jungerman and Virginia
P. T Williams as co-hoatea,.
MULTIPLE VITAMINS Mrs. William Bickford president Pope.
Veers iioelr. Ml Tablete will preside during the The daylong program Is
business session ffit open to the general public
Only $9.95 I and la free of charge It Includes
The former Sharon Duncalf, :ro:1'i
NATURAL FOOD CENTER whose marriage to Timothy t* opportunities for discussion
Bickford took place Feb. 8, groups to meet with
124 .. M.'" Ph, MU I-17U will be presented a gift by the the visiting experts between
Lakeland. 3
and 4
auxiliary members. p.m. The all'student
produced fashion show begins
at 4 p.m., and i Is followed by
a reception tea.
tR Fashions to be modeled In

FALL SHOES t the show have been designedand
made by Fashion Institute
I students in their clothing and

textile courses, with models
drawn from the student association
SAVE Fashion Incorporated.Key .
speakers for the 1964

program are from Miami and I

New York, and their subjects MRS. WILLIAM E. JOHNSON
range from color coordination

to on advertising fashion's force, with as emphasis an in. Miss Lana Towles Now
and dustry in the nation, and particularly .

in Florida. Mrs. ,William JohnsonMiss
Guest lecturers and their

Y2 more subjects are as follows Mar I
tha E. Jungerman, color coordinator Lana Kali Towles became Sanford, bridegroom's sister.

High Heals with the W T. Grant the bride of William Edward Cheryl Johnson of Sanford,
Mid Httli Co. of New York City "ColorIs sister
bridegroom's was a jun.
14th In A SeriesLakelandA Johnson, son of Mr and
a Walking Hi.li My Business, 9:30 a.m.; tar bridesmaid.
Belle Bermann executive director Mrs. Cliffor Johnson of San-
FLATSWEDGIES The attendants wore orien
City Of Beauty .. of the Florida Fashion ford, Friday night at the Meth. tal red street.length dresses,

t SIZES 4 to 11 Council in Miami, "The Fashion edict Temple. The bride Is the and carried white fur muffs.

i I, Values to $2299 WIDTHS AAAA TO C Paying the state soles tax Is mode more pleasant by the pretty presence Industry in Florida," 10:25 daughter of Mr and Mrs. Candles

of Miss Gail Sloan, senior stenographer in the Lakeland area a.m.: Virginia E. Pope, fashion George Duvall, 828 W. Ruby Larry Towles, bride's broth.
office of the Florida Revenue Commission, 232 N. Kentucky Ave editor, "Parade" magazine St. er, lit the candles.

Gail Is the 21 -yeor-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. y, Sloan, 1428 and former fashion editor The Rev. Raymond Gregoryof Best man was Frank Millenof
: $649 FAMOUS MAKES Fern Place. She was graduated from Lakeland High School and attended for the "New York Times, Sanford and the Rev. John Watkins Glen, N.Y. Ushers

I : Red Cross Andrew College In Cuthbert, Ga. (Ledger photo by Art Force"Fashion," 11:20-: A a.m Far-Reaching,; and Mon. Hunt performed the ceremony. were Roth of James Falls Duvall Church, Gary
Perkins) Music was presented by Mrs. ,
dessa Connor
art director of
and Ronnie
Joseph Mayo, organist, and Lauderdale
I Mademoiselle the advertising division of
; as'""""' ----, >> --yg rm T iaii mmmmmtmwmMWWWiWWWWAf -- XVSnQ'lKtamill Jordan Marsh, Miami, "The Fred Larson, vocalist. Assisting in hospitalities that
followed in the church fellow-
Sequla Appliques
Cobbles "
Birth of an Ad 2 p.m.
$749 shlphall were Miss Barbara
Mr. Duvall gave his stepdaughter
Original Deb Embroidered In marriage. She Duncan, Mrs. David Kearns,
1 wore a gown of peau de sole, Miss Shirley Carter and Mrs.

Geppetto Linens Back Model Behavior Is Lively In ItalyBy fashioned with a batteau neck. Kenneth Burley. Mrs. Robert
line.. The controlled silhouette Tyus of Hollywood invited

$799Also Natural Poise For Spring '64 skirt had a full drape back In. guests to sign the brides

I JEAN SPRAIN WILSONAP this side of the ocean was runway. Live It up Kick terest. Lace and sequin appli book.
Petite Debs The fashion cycle li round Fashion Writer loud and clear up ques embellished the midriff.A The couple will tour the

; and If you wait long enough you Whatever other trend of significance Enough of this chin.jutting, your heels Today the animated crown of pearls held her Florida west coast on their
jJ)J Coach & Four come back to where you started came out of the fash stiff necked, shoulders manikin is the thing. of illusion, and she carried honeymoon. They will live at

( other price groups The newest fabric for the ion previews in Italy recently, slouched, stomach extended, However, the fleshless a cascade of white sweet. 407 W. Highland St. Mr Johnson

ALL SALES jet set is embroidered linens the message to the models on knees bent mincing down a frame, it appears, is still as (heart roses is employed by Mynik's
I and linen types. New design in for the I I Mrs. David Gurgel was matron Men Store and is a part-time
necessary style Princess
embroidery have made these of honor. Bridesmaidswere student at Florida Southern
I 207 S. Kentucky fabric. more interesting than of Pittl Palace in Florence I Mrs Virgil McKIssack, College. She Is employed by

ever before. Italy as the showroom bride's sister, Mrs. Bill Brown Norris Transfer Storage Com

, OPEN CiIber,'., The House of 1000 doll in the New York's garment i and Miss Janet Johnson of pany.

, FRIDAY Fabrics are featuring embroideries district.
I NIGHTS as the top Easter fabric Since Italian models have Reporting OnFLorida
for 1964. A full range of styles
TILL 9 never succumbed to the low.
and prices are available at jour
I local Gllber,'. store at heeled American model pump, State University

RED CROSS SHOE STORE 108 E. Main St. she especially must be able to.

teeter on spikes with a fall
-Adv amount of grace, or float whey} By CAROLYN ROBERT gers crossed In hopes of win
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t the chiffon creations call for- Campus Correspondent ning the return match.
TALLAHASSEE Congratulations
it. An FSU sophomore Diana
to Pat Freeman,
Roland sponsored by the
of IS for member. was
Dances For Camera \ one tapped
ship m the Mortar Board, na Bertha Cole Music Club of
But when the cameras are I, tional senior women's scholastic Lakeland In the annual Ste.

focused on her, she must! leadership ., phen Foster Jeannie contest
rr lNwlA. dance spiritedly. \1 sndaervice"I ]' A prize of $1,000 went to the

Certainly a pretty face is an I honorary. 0 n > winning vocalist at the White

advantage, particularly if the campus Pat'aduties '.:i Springs competition yester
as news .
: ;;
I assignment is hats. But a versatile editor of the j _;.u day Five Florida State coeds

one is more handy, anda "Flambeau"and were entered besides the other

mobile one Is Just dandy. as a mem.U.! contestants who were sponsored

"Laugh I Cryl Sneer I Be her of the i, by music clubs throughout
14 t: Board of Pub-
ACT ONE, TWO AND supercllllous, reproachful, defiant Ucations keep j the state The Stephen
Dig under the veneer tier quite busy Foster Memorial has some Interesting .
THREE-The star of this per.
and let loose those emotional I Mulberry attractions for its
formance Is Italian fashion : CAROLYN
0" These must have been t.e also I s many visitors a small riverboat -
model In three spring numbersby president of a scholarship
the cries of the Italian lens- a carillon tower of sing
of the Schol-
Roman designer LuclanU secretary
ZALE'S NEW TYLINO SALON men assigned to cover the mhjp Council, a member of ing bells and an exhibit of
She Is sober as a Judge, of I
spring fashion previews.At fie rench honorary, and a some of the plantation South ,
AUTISTKTIN course but in these photos aha chan member of the Alliance
least, these are the expressions scenes sung of in the many
STYLI look. as if she were saying, francaise.
captured on negatives favorite Stephen Foster compositions
AND "Whoops the Ano er Polk Countian connected
pose 1) party's
COLO and shipped to America. .
/2s' with the
fon getting sparkyl" (pose 2) "Me
And they are a far laugh, cry Me* y Ross of Lakeland SweetheartsTwo .
III The Mall At looped? I can walk a straight.er .
i i .OUTMOATISHOPPINO or sneer from the enigmatic Several feature articles of hers Lakelanders are members
t line than you can" (pose 3)) countenances have r ently appeared in the
((3 of typically of fraternity sweetheart
ciNTinALL "Leave ma alone, I'm going campu. newspaper, A sophomore
ONDDtsIGNSUt American fashion photos. courts. Marti Cheaibam is on
home by myself" The acts J elody is living in one
I MY e.1"1 New Trend of FSLv; scholarship houses. the Phi Delta Theta sweet
of the liveliness
are a part new
Some oflthe other students selected heart court and also Is a member
In Italian fashion photog Oddly, the Italian models it live In scholarship
.APPROVED CREDIT of the Delphian Club. She'sa
CARDS HONORED raphy.r11' seem to be following a trend houses Ve Shirley Mooney of
tr sorority -
past of her
away from beauty without Lakelan Tommy Farmer of
Mulber. and Dan Barwick of Kappa Alpha Theta.
bouyancy set by American tel.
Lake Ian Sharon Brown, who is on the
evision commercials recently.
I Recitals I Kappa Alpha sweetheart court
a screen these day. -
Pianist Julie Adams of Au
It Is hardly enough for a pret burndale is a member of Alpha Delta
1t vas recently an ac.
rtil 1'a ty lass to flash a set of ivoriesor companion one of the Pi sorority KA members from

L hL$ e bat her lashes in ecstacy School ol Music's student recitals Polk County Include Walter

over the latest detergent additive Th recitals, held each Smith, Joe Adams, Winston

I % :r wrinkle. She her must squint her eyes, Tuesday fternoon, give the Morris, and Dale Marler, all
nose, chomp on music sti cots experience In
her chewing gum, and mush before of Lakeland, and Will Smath-
performin others and
You will find that our up her words in order, perhaps the oppo unity of hearing ers of Winter Haven.

Guildcroft fashion deSigned that the average soap various ty es of compositionsand Alpha XI Delta has been announced
user can identify
Instru ents. as the sorority with
frames meet every Whatever the reason, the Dean Se prs of Lake Alfred the best grade for the
television model must emote. Is co-capta i of the FSU soccer
demand of style, and of And now it has come to pass team hlch recently tied fall trimester, Linda Tate of

@ well. that the fashion model at the Maxwt 1 Air Force Base Winter Haven and Carol Ann
good taste as least the ones in Italymustbe soccer tear in a close match. Grizzard of Lakeland are

an actress as well. The Semln les have their fin. members of the sorority which
sports a 2.9 average.
I ./

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Makes three to four servings


LEDGER Sunday, Feb. II, 1M4 7-C


: :: Prejudiced People Are Afraid, Says ExpertEDITOR'S I

NOTE One of "In countless ways fears experienced or prejudice Isn't changed I say 'Not everyone Is doing it Look at the Long Island debutante Insecurity, the kind of personality .
the oldest and most trouble- at the age of four "Laws deal with behavior, You're not'" party In which a house who either looks for a

3'L tome problem of mankind U may be teen shaping the not attitude," the points out. Need Limits was wrecked or at swastika- scapegoat in later life or develops

Irrational prejudice. More thoughts and guiding the acts "They're not to reform the A friend of her younger painting parties In which even a dependency on strong

and more thoughtful people toof the year-old," tayt Mrs masses, but to protect the daughter is permitted to go some Jewish kids participate, leaders

day are worrying about uncontrolled Hirsh. few". anywhere she wants, Mn. in pure rebellion." "Over-Indulgence and love

hostility In the modern "When the study came out, She sees at least one bright Hirsh relates, but her parents The child who hat never had without guidance will cause
world. Her la what one asI threw up my hands. 'My hope. "The highly prejudiced won't drive her "The father any limits to what he can do emotional deprivation, and discipline

r pert haa to say about whit God,' I laid, 'does everyone personality It strictly conformist Is president of a big company, it going to have many sad experiences without love II no good
causes men to bate each other. have to go into analysis?"' If the most important the mother has a Ph.D In and becomes can.ltantly either The child who is over-

's, By JOY MILLER She grim as the recalls her people feel a certain way or something or other. They tell fearful, she says At disciplined tends to regard
AP Women's Editor reaction do( a certain thing, the prejudiced her 'Your grades are bad to the other extreme it the over- rules as something to break

NEW YORK on-People are Then she realized that behavior often fall in Ilne, even we're not driving you. But if disciplined, over protectedchild at long at he can: get away
prejudiced because they are can be affected, 'al if they hate every minute of anyone else will take you, you who suffers from lasting with It."
It." .
afraid. '
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though the underlying attitude can go. [ i
That, at far as Selma C
Want To Punish What point are the parents
Hirsh Is concerned Is the crux The more prejudiced people ,, making? pontes Mrs. Hirsh.
of the
matter tayt Mrs Harsh, can't accept "I think the middle and upper
rof Prejudice is the conversionof LfiPc NFASfflONSI
frailties in themselves or their class, the better educated
fear Into hate, Mrs. Hirsh
defines "The American parents. They're always idealizing parents are more guilty of
variety In the Studies' Interviews this Middle class delinquency
of prejudice, though it may is a growing phenomenon.
r seem more respectable than they always remember Lustrous Maidstonc Cotton
alcoholism mama as all a mama shouldbe.
and criminality, is They always describe what BEST APRON FORWARDThe
not really very different from
their parents had given themIn smart homemaker will
either of these. For all may
be, and frequently are, flights material comforts and physical coverall
from one's self and one's A
Y fears" Yet the story of their child en and put it over work-soiled
Av : hood is told with thrill resent clothes when the door bell rings. Beautiful
Mrs. Hirsh, who( Is special .
-- -
ment: their brothers and sisters -
assistant to the executive vice Assorted
were preferred, although
president of the American
they were far more amiable; Calling AllHouse
Jewish Committee, became an Prints
at school, bright though they
authority on the subject In a ,
were, they were bullied by
book "The Fears Men LiveBy"
teachers, boys less worthy always NICK SPACNOIA
MRS. ROBERT DALTON JONES which she wrote In 1955.It' .
won the girls they ad-
an interpretation of the authoritative Exceptionally

The Robert D. Joneses lei in Prejudice", five-volume, "Stud.which .> mired.As .adults, therefore, they SHOULD FURNITURE BE i' a low Price/
brought together the results of they must punish others as f+ C

Will years of research by scientists .' others had once punished I
Live In Carolina
into the origins and nature of them, says Mrs. Hirsh Because Many yore
the prejudiced their early experiencehad ago, turnitui
Mr. personality made them sure of nothing stone feature
and Mr.. Robert Dai- book p1198
topped with two white These scientists found that
SELMA HIRSII six, seven and
but the certainty of failure
ton Jones, who were married orchids and showered with even eight piece $ r
and misery, they can find security -
white silk leaves embroideredwith
last night at Grace Evangel. COLLEGE NEWS living room sets
Red pearls. and a tense of belong all In the some
ical Lutheran Church, will ing by pointing to all those .
Miss Freda Beall was maid wood finishThli I I
make their home In Raleigh, of honor in a red satin sheath With A Southern around them who don't belong a finish' uwjat- e Washable
N.C., where Mr. Jones will be dress fashioned with a matchIng AccentBy who are outsiders ly was either mahogany
self-employed In radio and oversklrt White roses and Because of their Insecurity, walnut
television promotions. stephanotis formed her bouquet LINDA LEE ROY and Geraldyne Hatch, Mulberry they perpetually! exaggeratethe t, often or moplt.the fabricSpesasle Very e Crease ResistantPre

The bride is the former Miss Campus CorrespondentThe Phi Mu Importance of authority, and color < the

Arlene Surgeon, daughter of Attend Bride annual Greek Week Perry Como, television entertainer and In fact, the scientists 1 ; Shrunk
Mr. and Mrs. Duane J. Surgeon Also( attending the bride festivities at Florida Southern and singer, will select speak of them as "authoritarian" ed pieces were oil Identlcol' '
2207 S. Lincoln Ave. Mr. were Mrs Sheridan TeachoutIII Miss Interlachen of 1964 personalities Although many people still
Jones' parents are Mr and and Mrs Phil Weiner College draws to a close this from the photographs of eight Advice To Parents prefer to use the lame wood e Sizes 10 to 18
Mrs. J. H. Jones Jr., Rocky Marsha Stephens was junior morning with a church service finalists The eight finalists "Moderation and flexibility finish throughout the living
the trend the
Mount, N.C. brideamaid. They were dressed Annie for Pfeiffer all Greeks In the were chosen by Mrs, Olive are the keys In parenthood," years room has been to get away a'
The ceremony was per. like the maid of honor and Stout Sykes, woman's editorof says Mrs. Hirsh. "It takes from sets or suites of living
formed by the Rev. Robert F carried reset and stephanotis Chapel. The The Ledger, Miss Virginia more energy and time to use room furniture by using many OPEN MON. AND
Sims and the Rev. Joseph bouquets Rev Wilton Davis, teacher at Lakeland them than to have rigid rules different finishes In the tame 1
Huntley. Organist was Mrs. Nancy Battal and Steve Carter, a t s o- High School, and John Bry- or no rules at all, but It pays room very effectively FRI. NIGHTS TILL
Wayma Reid Robson. Teachout, cousin of the bride, elate ministerat I son, general manager of the off with your child. As a matter of fact, many
leading prefer using
Gown Is Silk were flower girl and'ring- thodist First Me- Chamber of Commerce Last "He should be allowed to different wood finishes, ond 9
The bride was given In marriage bearer year's Miss Interlachen
Churcthehwill was grow up at his own pace and even different periods In the
by her father. She worea The bridegroom's father was France. Willis of Lakeland. mature at his own rate A child same room.
long-sleeved formal gown of best man. Ushers were Alex sermon New FraternityBeta who's pushed becomes fearful One of the loveliest living
silk.faced peau de soie fashioned Houston, Mr. Weiner, both of Greek Week' Tau chapter of Tau and rooms I hove seen hod a mahogany A
uncertain of his
with a scoop neckline Lakeland, Ed Pyle of Plant activities Included own capacities piano, o modern sofa,
Kappa Epsilon was reinstatedon That's the key to developing I American
two Early maple 1
outlined with of City and Chuck Hilliard and displays I
re- this week The .=-.Y
campus faith In himself. A chain, a white morble top .....
embroidered Alencon I ace., Gary Frost, both of Fort carrying meo LINDA LEE charter will be taken over by child given that It less apt togo cocktail table with block base, --
Lace further detailed the fitted Myers. the of Tau Delta Kappa, local fraterl- around and a fruitwood French Provincial
bodice and covered the A reception was held In the Greek Tragedy, the Greek ity, which used to be the As attacking people breakfront However,
Hat panel that extended from Polk Federal Savings and Games, and highlighting the Southerners. the mother of two girls, all the colors and textures of
neckline aged 15 and 19, Mrs Hirsh the floor coverings, fabrics,
to hemline. The skirt Loan Association hospitalityroom week, the Dave Brubeck concert
Alan Stowert Lakeland It
was full at the sides and back at Southgate. Assistingin In the Branscomb Mem knows all the problems "But lamps, draperies and walls were
one of 21 men aspiring toSouthern's REETHE
I don't understand beautifully a
and had orial Auditorium why parents
a chapel train. Her hospitalities were Mrs Friday night.
eight m a n golf So whether you like to mix ,
are frightened of their e
pouff veil of pure silk illusion Ethel Hardee, Mrs Jack Fraternity and sorority rush team The team opens Its season or match, our decorator: ore at
was caught to a head. Packett, Mrs Bill Parkman, for this semester has closed Feb. 28 against Rollins children today. They don'tleem your service without cost or
piece of pearls and crystals Miss Linda Mona and Miss with several Polk County stu- to have the capacity to obligation We Invite you to
She carried a white prayer Enza Lou OglineWhat's dentt pledged. Fraternites College.The schedule for lay 'No' to them I think It't come in. And be sure to watch
pledged 85 men and sororities Vagabond one of their big problems." for our future columns on
this week Includes "The Happiest
Goodnatured Mrs Hirsh furniture and Interior decorating
Doing AtUniversify pledged 54 of Your Life" on
Days Ideas We'll be bringing
makes It clear that
Pledges Thursday "The Glass Mana- a devoted mother and them to you regularly. H&S
Billy Chaion of Winter Haven erle" on Friday; and "ADoll'
Of South Florida makes a point of putting herself
pledged Kappa Sigma, House" on Saturday, In her daughters' place MATHER FURNITURE
Charles W. Adams, Highland Two Lakelanders are activeIn '

By CELIA WILLIS lecture last week on the Civil City, and Norman A. Blessing, the Vagabond productionsthis doormat."In when an. issue arises, the s no 120 N. Mite ... 201 N. Kentucky Are. MU 2-7818
Lakeland, Phi Sigma Kappa, season They are Susan
Campus Correspondent .
War and the Aftermath. Attending home when the kids LAKELAND
Daniel Hunsucker, Lakeland, Livingston and Kyle Adair, my Phone MU 2-6111
TAMPA Monday was a the lecture were mostly PI Kappa Alpha; Richard B. The Associated Mid.Florida lay 'But everybody's doing it,'

day of festivities and frolicas those students Interested in Thornton, Winter Haven, Sigma Colleges presented a series of I -

Jose Caspar made his annual studying history.Lakelanders Phi Epsilon; Paul L. Ship lectures on China and Indiaon

invasion of Tampa. The visiting the USF ley and Gary D. Smith, Lakeland campus this week Three
Kappa Alpha and Grover distinguished speakers talkedon
long weekend provided opportunity campus recently were Jerry Freeman, Lakeland, Tau such topics as "Commu FINAL I WEEK
for all > Jones, who spent a wonder. Kappa Epsilon. fist China in Historical Per.
University of
South Florida r-T' 1 fully nervewracking day takIng Coeds pledging were Eileen spective" and "India's Rolein I PRICEStill

students to attend tests, Dick Johnson, who( Willis, Lakeland, and Glenda Asia" The speakers were
r ely. Bozeman, Haines City, Alpha Dr Richard L. Walker, Dr.
the gala attended a meeting of the
Delta Pi; Aleta Brown, Lake H Arthur Steiner and Dr. A.
3500 of Fall and Winter Shoes
Florida State >r Wesley Foundation for Methodist over pairs
land, Alpha Gamma Delta; K. Dar.
Fair without youth and Frank Zlegele, 2 SALE
having too that must be sold to make room for
many class f' who visited our beautiful library

I room worries. ss, M New Spring Shoes. Hurry In -
I, The USF Con ;: Carl Cramer, one of the it
cert Band and bw .M best known regional writers you play immediately
Jazz Lab
CELIA of America, was featured in s
Band panic-! LOW
pated in two shows at the the Meet the Author series r .

fair in conjunction with the recently. Attending the session PIANO
[S "
was Dave Nickolson who wn
two Student( parades Association on Monday elections most Impressed with Mr. Cra HEEL

were held Wednesday. The mer.Honors this week go to Dr. /

day was filled with excitementand Thomas A. Rich. Dr Rich Is bbl As tow A. ENGLISH
anticipation as the students an assistant professor in psychology DRESS
and candidates awaitedthe and Is director of the r .
Developmental Center He received
results, but the suspenseled his Ph.D. from the WALKERSAnd

up to a glorious finale for .University of Florida $

the victors.
( 4
The University Center Recreation I .
committee provided a In Every "Weigh"You 4tu(1 Other

gay outing for the students Jove _
last Saturday. The Riverfront and SHOES ,
Rally was held on the banks Heels. WALKING

of the Hillsborough River in TIMETEMPER Good selection
the.USF recreation area. of styles Fall StylesAnd

-pong TournamentsPing tournaments were And Colors FLATS L

held last week. The finals displayed e MONEYWith
As Low
the talents of many, As Only

but the prized awards went to Our
Chris Penholster and his partner Low AS

who are to represent USFat FLUFFDRYLaundry

Noel the tournament Coward's "Blithe in Georgia Spir ServiceAll $

it" opened last week and will $500 $788

close after tonight's performance. table, bed and bathroom .
The play is great with linens beaut fully woshed and ; ; $3
respect to all aspects of Its Ironed Including honk Ie..

production.presented Of all this the year productions this- Chenille nags pant. If.sprtodt.any.Weormg returned washable op. the Spinet that is a PlayerPianoThe i

one must be included among fresh air dried and

the best and most lIked. folded ., ..
The Valentine's Day Dance PIANOLA-the piano that actually serves the purposeof If!

was held in the University 9 Ibs. . $1.26 two pianos: both a spinet for regular play and o fasclnot-

Center Ballroom Friday night.A Addition) lbs .._.... lie to. Ing new ploytr-plano for every member of the family to enjoy
contest will be held this More new features than we can you bly describe. See-try It Sizes 4 to 12 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 91

week for The Best Dressed yourself

Girl On Campus. Fashion will CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY Widths AAAA to C
payoff to the winner In termsof
honor and glory. She will pellz

magazine's represent USF nationwide in "Glamour"contestfor CANNON MUSIC slH FAMOUS BRAND skr

America's best dressed co 1141 E. PARKER ST. 303 S. FLORIDA AVE. LAKELAND
Civil War Lecture MU 1-11(1 OPENING FRIDAY, NITES 'TIL 9
Order Pelts/ Sheer In Corwaler enl Sr. ftfenburgUICELAND
Dr Bell Wiley presented a

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,Linda Sue Dial Guidance Counselor At LHSIs S Sunday-C LAKELAND Feb. II, IN4 LEDGER Pretty Misses

Bride Of Mr. Chapman Tomorrow'sMenu

Wedding vows were ex Dial and Richard Lee Chap 'Woman Of Achievement'Mrs.

changed by Mm Linda Sue man yesterday afternoon in IdeaSalted

the D. H. Sloan Chapel of Wearing Rinds
Norma Warren guidance
guard First Baptist Church. The
director at Lakeland ... ... Nuts
Rev. Arthur W. d.
pastor, the Senior High School, has been Rolled Roast of Top Sirloin

them I Rich fitter, officiated a wedding trip to chosen ment' by a "Woman the civic of partlclpa Achieve Pan-roasted Lima Pan Gravy Beins Potatoes 'I ft ft i.BentqnHoLder:7 I i..

West Palm Beach, the new.Iywedl -
lion committee of the Lakeland Soft Rolls
will live at 207 Nor
Business and Professional Butter or Margarine
carefully St. The bride ii employed
mandy Women's Club 9 Prp Watercress and .
Household Finance :
by Top Onion Salad
This is of
part a continuing I
Your. child fast or* precious Corp. The bridegroom Is a Oil and Lemon Juice
...OIUro. thai seed program conducted by the Peach 'n' DUNEDIN-The engagement
fit end quality thottS senior at the University of club wherein women of ac Deep Dish Pie of Miss Bonita Ann to .
.. doctor South Florida in Tampa. Richard Jackson BenIn r w y w
your periodically complishment in the communIty Ice Cream son a4'I
lot foot health, The bride Is the daughter Coffee Milk M
are singled out by the club Tea of Mr and Mrs.
then M* ui for Junior Arch of Mr. and Mn Rodney Dial, I
for public recognition Mrs Holder of Fern Park, has been
207 St. Mr. and PEACH 'N' APPLE DEEP DISH {
Prcwrvm." ,It's th$ ,hot Evelyn Barr-Brown is chairman 1t
thot doctor rtcommtnd. Mrs Gordan Chapman, 414 PIE announced by her parents, Mr. w
the committee in
Junior Arch Prtwrvtn" Tarawa St., are the parents (Makes one t Inch square pie) and Mrs Willard E. Benton.

.....t the moil .xactlna of the bridegroom. charge The following background 3 cups peeled, sliced fresh Miss Benton and Mr.(Holder t
Handmade satin roses de. peaches (4 to S medium
raqul.m.nta of your information on Mrs. Warren are students at Florida Southern
tailed the sheath skirt of thebride' size)
doctor'! .icriplion; was the committee .
pr prepared by College 1 Lakeland.
formal gown of pearl 1\\ 2 cups peeled sliced green
: A native 1 of Laconla; NH.
satin which was appliqued apples
ask for Southern College Graduate Miss Benton was graduatedfrom
In lace. The bodice fit. I
was cup sugar
Born in Acllla Ga the
Clearwater High;Schoolin
ted and the skirt had a chapel 3 tablespoons flour
I / I daughter of Robert and Ann 1961. She attended St. Petersburg
train A bridal bow and pearl YJ teaspoon cinnamon
Lee Hawes Mrs. Warren
received ,
headpiece held her veil of 2 tablespoons butter cut Into Junior College t'1o'years
her in
early schooling where she became [
Illusion. She carried a white pieces Ja
Brunswick, Ga Her parents member of the Clvlnettis and
orchid bridal Bible
on a for
Pastry one-crust pie
moved to Florida during the
Mrs. James Moyer III was 1 Baptist Student Union; Tie;
# sugar
ARCH PRESERVERSNYDER'S matron of honor in a red boom years and she continuedher bride-elect Is a Journalism\
education at Florida > 1. Mix fruits, flour,
sheath dress with matching .. sugar major at Florida Southern fend
Southern College where she cinnamon and butter In 9 Inch
overskirt. She carried red is on the "Southern"/ tuff,
received her bachelor of
square pan
and white carnations campus newspaper /
Steve Chapman served his science degree. 2 Roll pastry to 9-Inch Mr, Holder Is a nativfe of Ak
She earned her master's degree
brother as best man. Ushers square. Lay on top of fruit In ron, Ohio He is a IS1)* graduate
at the University of Florida BEATON
were Ken Wheeler and Tom majoring in psychologyand pan. Press edges of pastry to of Lyman High School In MISS BONITA :
Edwards of fork Longwood and Orlando i
iStly minoring In sociology edge baking dish. With attended i
At the reception In the Polk Later, at the University of prick air holes In top of pastry Junior College where he a pre-law student at: Florida
wttltStlJOp Federal community room at North Carolina Chapel Hill Brush lightly with cool was a member of the Spanish Southern and is with the Malt-
Southgate, Mrs. L K Hoffman she studied and family water and sprinkle with I tea. Club and Men's dub. He Is land Police Reserve _

marriage MRS. NORMA WARRENthe
SHOE STORE Mrs Ken Wheeler and guidance. sooon sugar.

117 South Kentucky Mrs Patrick Sizemore, sister Mrs. Warren taught in Dade 3. Bake In 450-degree oven
Downtown Lakeland of the bride, assisted In the County schools before comingto boys and girls to whom of Lakeland and Is the first for 10 minutes Lower heat to
hospitalities Polk County where she she has been so close. honorary member of the Pilot 375 degrees and bake 35- to 40 Read-Touchton IA \

first taught in Eaton Park in Active In Church Club. minutes more Serve warm
1935 She joined the faculty Mrs Warren Is a memberof Mrs Warren Is a memberof with cream or ice cream.
of Lakeland High School and Lakeside Baptist Church the Zeta Tau Alpha social May 2 wedding at First
Your New taught history there until and has taught Sunday School fraternity; Kappa Delta PI, Baptist Church is being I
1950 when she became full. since she was 16 years old. teachers' honorary fraternity; Stubs Away! planned by Miss Cheryl Ann
time guidance director She is presently teaching a and Pi Gamma Mu honorary Read and David Mar Ion
I History Favorite SubjectHer class of young married couples social science fraternity. New Broom Touchton her parents Mr
-M. love of teaching and at the new church. Although reading is her and Mrs. William G. Read.
hobby, Mrs. Warren she Clean 1812 Elm Road have an
children makes her a warm The teacher served on the says Sweeps
I personality "Teaching a class board of directors of the spends much of her free timeIn nounced Parents of the pros
Is there little broom stub
QUEENS the garden because she a pective bridegroom are Mr
in history Is more fun than a American Red Cross until
party," says Mrs. Warren, 1952. Four governors appoint. loves nature and delights In In your closet? and Mrs H. D Touchton,

speaking of her pet subject. ed her to terms on the Polk making and seeing things If so, the replacement time 1804 Lavon St.

S She finds history the most County Children s Committeeand grow Is later than you think In A 1962 graduate of Lakeland

stimulating and interesting she Is a member of the these days of emphasis on efficiency High School, Miss Read was
subject to teach. Polk County Juvenile Court graduated from Lakeland
The mother of three sons, Board of Visitors and is affiliated Zeta Tau Alpha studies show that a Business Institute in March i ,, ,;
Sportswear whom she has seen well on with the National FlorIda corn broom worn down to a 1963 She Is employed by

the way In their chosen profession and Polk County Associations Valentine Party stub results in reduced efficiency Judge A. R. Carver as a

she has a close bond of State Deans and shortened cleaning legal secretary.Mr. .
with the boys and girls she Counselors. She is also a Set For TuesdayMrs achievements Touchton was graduatedfrom ,
and blunted
for SPRING counsels. She tells the girls member of the American Lakeland High Schoolin ,. t.
I she was once a girl too. Personnel and Guidance Association Kirk McKay will be forts In the attainment of a 1961. He was a member of h .1
I She said receiving cards and : hostess to the Valentine "broom clean" house the Junior Exchange Club at

Shorts Knee Pants Pedal Pushers Slacks letters through the years Holds Many Honors bridge and canasta party of The studies also indicate LHS. A junior at the Univer
from her former students who She has been presented the Zeta Tau Alpha at her home that the modern homemakermay sity of South Florida, Tampa,

Sizes 7 8 to 20 38 to 46 have gone into all walks of Freedom Foundation Award, 2214 Collins Ave., at 7:30: be lax in replacing her majoring in accounting, he is
I life is most rewarding. She is the holder of the first clock Tuesday night. broom because she lacks exact employed part time by K. T
suffers, too, she said, when Golden Deeds Award' pro.tented Mrs. Howard Buhl is president measures against which to .Jones Inc, as a bookkeeper. MISS CHERYL ANN READ

I'I Now in Stock things. don't go just right with by the Exchange..Club' of the sorority.. judge the need for a new
-c---= broom. Following are a few
'I r ties tae tats - ti ttw tt 1
rules which should make It 1,1
h at I easy to know when to buy Long-Golden.
that new broom and retire the
I old: ",
The of Miss
l I 1. First, know the "anatomy" engagement
Gayle A Long of Cocoa .
of a broom. A corn I
I caltemtCLIP II broom has a handle a broom Beach to Frank C. Golden of

neck, shoulders, stitched bandsat Cocoa Beach has been announced

Id l I the "waist" and a skirt. by the brideelect'lparents.
II The skirt Is where the resilience Mrs. Helen Barry of ,
of the fibers is greatest Lakeland and Castle Long of

I I and the part with which the Auburndale Mr. Golden Is
l I n' SAVE sweeping is done. the son of Mrs Elma Gold.

2. Apply slight pressure to en of Dundee.
II the top of the broom handle All friends and relatives of
II by leaning lightly on It. Watchto the couple are invited to at.
see if the bottom bristles tend the wedding on April 11
I "skirt" or "bell out." If the at First Baptist Church in
'I broom has been permitted to Cocoa and the reception to
II get dry In a hot closet, or if follow at Patrick Air Force
816 N. Florida it has been used for rough Base Officers' Club

I = II areas which require a heavier A native of Lakeland. Miss
weight broom or if the banding Long attended Lakeland I
rPJni. ; has been damaged by schools She was a memberof
II banging against sham metal the Order of Rainbowfor
edges the bristles will "skirt"or Girls and was graduatedIn
I "bell out" This indicatesthe 1959 from Massey Business
need of a new broom, for College with a secretarial
I maximum sweeping efficiency science degree. The bride-
II 3. When the bottom part of elect is employed by Pan MISS GAYLE LONGed

the broom forms into a curled American at Patrick Air I
I I I shape, or drapes into a pointon Force Base by Pan American since he
one side only part of the Mr Golden Is a native of returned from the Air ForceIn
I broom Is working. It takes Dundee and attended schoolsin 1957. He is a personnel
A SNUG HELMET of smoothly cop-paged hair produces this dramatic I
more effort and many more Haines City He is a 1953 representative for Pan American
Each Garment style. Blunt cut to a medium length. Use jumbo rollers on top and crown. sweeping strokes to attain a graduate of the University of at Patrick Air Force I

:u Mothproofed' SAVE I Follow diagram and set row of pin curls softly In back, then graduated rows I truly clean sweep" with a -Florida and has been employ- Base

I Mildew Protected of rollers. Pin curls on both sides are set away from face. Cellophane tope stubby broom, than can be ac.
I Specials For with broom that
I parted bongs In place. Brush out Make inches front II' complished a
With Our Mon..TuesWed. : center port two long in has its original shape I

O.orDr/ Cleaning Feb. 17.18.19 I Brush hair all around, turning under at ends. Back-comb lightly for added WiLUsZiecieLeMiss

fullness and height. If desired, flip forward side up slightly. Hint: For fine, II -

thin hair or straight hair, use large permanent wave rods at nope for Tourist ClubActivities Celia Elaine Willis is

1, SHORT I smoother, fuller, longer lasting curls. I engaged to Frank Sanders

$ 69 Ziegele according to sn announcement .
4 GARMENTS G es see __n. te.sae_ seas its te r 1 Tourist Club activities for by her parents

the week at the Magnolia Mr. and Mrs. David 0 Willis.

Building, Civic Center, have 727 Kensington St Mr. Zie
Skirts EXPERTINEXPENSIVER been announced as follows: gele is the son of Mr. and

Trousers Plain r Tomorrow, dance 8 to 11 Mrs Raymond P. Ziegele,

Sport Coats Please R ..r,.. 4 .! p.m.Snyder, Mr.hostesses and Mrs.Ira Percy Supr Cleveland The couple Heights will Boulevard.exchange

'ian is chairman. marriage vows on May 29 at
Sweaters, Etc. RE-UPHOLSTERING I ee geon
t Tuesday cards 2 p.m., Mrs First Baptist Church
t LaVern Sundstrom, hostess; Formerly>f Sylvester, Ga..
I r t\ community sing, 7:30: p.m., Miss Willis attended Lakeland .
1 HOUR SERVICE Mrs. O Reed at the piano; High School where she
i STANDARD 2-PC. program, 8, Mme. Anne Ron. was a member of the Class!
MONDAY thru FRIDAY elle, voice teacher at Florida cal Club National' Honor Society

l 8:00 A.M. TILL 400 P.M. L Southern College will present and Anchor" Club girls'
Parsons and Lani Weston service club The brideelectis
SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON t Sofa Bed Chair Patty
'" in solos and duets Their attending the University of A w/
accompanist will be Prof. South Florida as a tentative
William Spivey. Mrs. Frank sociology major. She writes
W. will upholittr a stand..rd2pasat.kd.ndcksir. FOAM RUBBER Laver will play the harp. the college campus columnfor

$ Wednesday, 12:30: p. m.. The Ledger.
OnE HOUR In plastic *r fobrl kr.nly any amount for birthday pot luck dinner for Mr Ziegele Is a former
1O any purpose Chat-Sew women, tourists and resident of Chicago He
UP guests Bring covered dish was graduated in 1961 from MISS CELIA WILLIS
LAWN CHAIR and table service, coffee and LakelandHigh School wherehe
cream furnished Ha Barber was a member of the aboard
the USS Canberra.
!!! : WEBBING Is chairman; 7pm. cards Future Farmers of America Mr. Ziegele is employed by
I The Do-It.Y ourseller or we will make the Mr and Mrs. Mishelbook of and OCT He completed two American Agricultural Chem

DRY ; straps and web the Wisconsin are hosts. years the US. Navy ical Co
the most in We hove 1,000's of yards of upholstery f Thursday cards, 7 p.m.,
fabrics in stock at wholesale prices. for rnture.yd. /2 Mr and Mrs Edward Car I
you. of hosts
rington Michigan
Friday cards 2 p.m., Miss Please Call l For Your Photos
Grove Park
Shopping Center
Mrs Florence Castor of New Engagement and wedding pictures published in

I' SERVICI WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED York hostesses. the LEDGER should be called for within 10 days
Saturday, cards, 7 p.m., Mr alter publication.The .
4 u.s. Hwy. 98. South Phone mm 1066 South Florida Ave. Ph. MU 3-3281 and Mrs. C. T. Duebbert. LEDGER
: hosts A. S. Mabusth Is card uncalled cannot be responsible for picture
> chairman for after the 10-day period.

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday Feb. II, 11(4 I-C

How To Aim Her TowardBest-Dressed List Woman's Club __ J

Woman Senator To Speak Bradenton Woman HelpingIn

Thursday In AuburndaleAUBURNDALE Tom Adams' CampaignTALLAHASSEE

active In civic and social activities
Senator which created university In
In the Manatee-Sara-
E Beth Johnson of Orlando will the East Central Florida area. of State Tom Adams hat announced r

I speak on "Major Issues Facing During this period she the appointment of iota She area.was president of the .

the Florida Legislature," served on the following committees Mrs Hazel Talley, Braden Manatee County Heart Association

at the Auburndale Woman'sClub : mental health, traffic ton civic, social and political 1962. 3; county cam
meeting Thursday at 2 safety and higher education chairman of the Manatee
leader State Women'schairman paign
p.m. at the clubhouse. Mem of which she is chair at County Mental Health Association
for the 1964
t ben of the public affairs department man of the subcommittee on Organization. 1963; vice president ',

Mrs W. M. Williamson Role and Scope, Planning. of
In this capacity, Mr. Adams of the Ringling Museums JAn
chairman will
hostesses Three Children said Mrt. Talley will directwomen' Members Guild, 1963; and Ion
the state board of direcI
activities for the
Senator Johnson a residentof Senator Johnson ii married Florida AssoclaI I
tors of the
N Orange County for 29 years, to an Orlando attorney, Adams Organization on a tion for Mental Health and |
served as president of the George W. Johnson They statewide basis.
Florida Heart !
Mrs. Talley Is the Democratic the
Parent Teacher Associationand 'have three children and one Children .
of Women Voters committeewoman from
League grandchild.Mrs.
She is married to \
r ir was on the Orlando planning Harry Thorp president Manatee County vice chairman defender \
r Reed Talley public
board seven years and in the will preside at the bus!, of the state Democratic Judicial Circuit
committee of the 12th J
Florida House of Representatives ness session. Helping with executive finance
of the 0
of the state and a past president
and member
from 1957 until elected arrangements are: Mrs. Bar Associa- ;:
Manatee County
Democratic campaign
at Florida's first woman senator George Mayer and Mrs. Nor committee. tion. They have two children, {
in 1962. man R u a Ion. decorations;
9. ,
vice Reed 11; and ,
She also is state president
ActivitiesIn Mrt. Mayer, ; Mrs.
Mrs Talley is a graduate j
the Senate, Mrs. John- Ruston, registration book, of the Young of the Washington Seminary, I I

ton served as chairman of the Mrs. Mace W. Smith, guest Clubs of Flprlda. Atlanta and Marjorie Webster -

transportation and highway book; Mrs. C. W. Harris, hospitalities Awards Junior College Washing-
For her active participationIn
safety committee and was a assisted by all com- I
affairs ton, D C. '
Democratic Party ,
member of seven other com mittee members; and Mrs, named "Girl of thelYear"
She was
mittees.. Some of the major Paul Braddock publicity. she hat won numerous 1961 of Beta Sigma phi,
legislation which the introduced Mrs. Thorp and Mrt. Brad. awards, including Chapter
Award" of the sorority Beta Tau .
during the 1963 session dock will preside at the tea "President's
in '
Young Democratic Clubs of In 1957, and was presented ,
included anti-poll UK resolution table. Musical selections will 1950 at the Cotton Ball in ,

implementation of the be played. Florida also has been Chattanooga, Tenn.. ':I-
Kerr-Mi11s Law and establishment The nominating committeewill Mrs. Talley ,

# bI of a research center present a slate of officersto

I at Sunland Orlando. She be voted on at the March [

was co-Introducer of a bill meeting. .1 Simple But Flattering. p I IThe

look Is simple but the 40 44 33 n
MeltonGreenMr 42 46 37 47 !
cut Is flattering. The dress is '
44 48 39 49
tailored but the mood Is fern

i and Mrs. James C Mel w Inine. This Is the art of La- Misses Size 12 requires 2's-:',
I of 54 Inch fabric for the ,
ton, 503 Granby. have announced chasse of London. With a stand yards
dress. Mature site 20 requires :!;
the engagement of away collar he frames your 2"4 yards of 54 Inch fabric for"

SPORTSWOMAN OF TOMORROW-A fashion lesson It to A CAREER WOMAN TO BE-Four pearl buttons on a panel their daughter Sylvia Jean, to face and with cutaway pockets the dress. To order state thai

be learned by the girl who wears this classic1 Piccolino suit bib-yoke accent this sky-white dress. The panel color It Donald Ray Green, ton of Mr he flatters your waist. correct pattern number (NS '

of wool knit from She will learn that in inverted pleats that each and Mrs. Lantice Green of
merino Imported Italy. repeated deep open gracefully at Make it In light weight wool 269-Misses, NA-2068-Mature),
knits are carefree and that certain basic stylet are fashion ttep. It's knitted of merino wool styled by Plccolino and Jacksonville.The size, and send $1. Add 25 cents

pace-aettera season after season. imported from Italy couple will exchangevows linen, wool crepe shantung, for first-class mall and special t t

\ on March 28 at Plant faille, rayons or silk and sail handling. Pattern Books No.

EXPERT CHARGES : City First Assembly of God. into spring with confidence. 21, No. 22, No. 23, No. 24. No.

All friends and relatives of the 23, No. 28 and revised Duchessof
I couple are invited to attend. SIZES BUST WAIST HIPS Windsor are available for

Woman !Is Behind Every Man Behind Bars Miss Melton was graduatedfrom No NS-289-Mlsses SO cents each OR any three ,'

Lakeland High School 10 34 24 35 for $1.25 OR all seven for $3.
where she was a member of Add 10 cents postage for each ,

OLYMPIA Wash (W For employer who wants to help. as delinquent little boys," she Mrs. Groshell brought with the Girls' Athletic Association. 14 12 36 35/'a 2b'/J 25 37'/i 36 book e

every man behind prison walls "I'm not saying they will say,. her the popular misconceptionthat She Is employed by State r 16 38 28 39 Address SPADEA PATTERNS,

"But there are many occasions there is a criminal type Farm Insurance Company In I 18 40 30 41 Lakeland Ledger Box 1005,
there .. 'often a woman who get different treatment from '
when suggestions for and that other citizens are incapable Winter Haven and Is transferring GP.O.. Dept. LZ-1, New York

helped put him there, iay. me, but I can really level with sentences have my been tougher of serious crimes. to the Southeastern regional No. NA-2068-Malure New York

Mrs Charlotte Paul Groshell. the women. The more I can than those of the man I am Now she believes t hat, office In Jacksonville. 13 40 31 41

As a nationally-known author, do to get them ready, the better working with on a case." "There Is nothing that anyone The prospective bridegroomis 20 42 33 43 At The ChurchesMETHODIST

mother of two teen-age sons chance he has of succeeding Mrs. Groshell says she has would not or could not do if a graduate of SouthEasternBible MISS SYLVIA MELTON
and only woman on the Wash- certain pressures or circumstances College and attended TEMPLE
when he gets out"Mrs. no illusions about criminals.She .
ington State Parole Board, push him to that point. Florida Southern College and Woman's Society of Christian
Groshell also said a certain percentageof SPADEA
Mrs. Groshell should know. says Some people have low toler Jacksonville University. Mr. val County public School sys.tern Service of the Methodist
convicts find it the is
some actually prison population just
While other housewives chat ance. The rest of us stand up Green Is a teacher for the Du- DESIGNER Temple will meet Wednesday t
easier to confide in a woman plain mean.
with neighbors over a cup of in sick insane to the pressure." at 8 p m. at the church. Mrs.William .
than a man. "They are not or
coffee Mrt. Groshell talks to Murderers are the best PATTERN Renfranz, spiritual .
This is often the cue among or youngsters, she says. Mother-ln-Law's PrimerBy
than parole risks she contends Alcoholic will I the
convicts usuallymore life secretary, give
younger Inmates if they are de. "They are just unwilling to
150 a month. pendent types, or feel that stand on their own two feet check writers are the devotions.
she heaviest RUTH MILLETT mother in law ought to NS-269 l \ ,
Many of their troubles other men have done them share their part of the responsibility repeaters Any "Our Methodist Heritage"will

says, can be traced to the opposite wrong. and pay taxes. So they Once a foreign correspond Newspaper Enterprise Assn. get tome good ideas out of be presented by Dr. R. ;

sex, whether wives, ex- She's No Patsy live on the rest of the popula ent co-publisher of two week. A reader who claims she that letter. MIHEI WJ. Ira Barnett who was executive

wives, girlfriends, or domineering "Possibly the general public tion as long as they can." ly newspapers with her husband ha a "wonderful mother-in- Its\ -1 secretary of the confer
and author of several $ board of education for
entirely-permissive, thinks a woman will be easy, When she joined the five. law" describes her in terms ence
or overly-possessive mothers.In emotionally view all criminals member board a year ago. books. Mrs. Groshell It think. that ought to give a lot of 21 years before retiring .
recognition of this fact, ing of writing another. women a hint as to what Coeds Try ( Mrs. Maurice Hohn, presl- -

Mrs. Groshell contends a woman It will be called "The Yegg makes a mother-in-law a jewel \' 1\\ dent, will preside, J

C can make an Importantcontribution Diva Divulges Her and I." in her daughter'In-law's eyes : FIRST METHODISTA <

I to a parole board. "She brags about me to my 0' \.Vl aeries of evangelistic

Women Know Women husband calling his attention To Ban ; services will be held at First

This is particularly true she Look Ma to how clever I was to {. Methodist Church today

I says, in talking to the women Clothes Care TipsAP make profetsional-looking curtains "t r through Wednesday with the I

who await the convicts when for the living room The ( W ,II Rev, Dr J. Milburn McLeod

they are freed from prison on what a good cook I am, how BoysAP ,' \ of Jacksonville, former pastor

parole J, Newsfealure hang straight without folding.She No HandsWhether much she likes the way I've '!i at First Methodist speaking .f

Almost; all the inmates NEW YORK When has disciplined herself fixed up our house, etc. Newsfeatures .,.. Dr. McLeod will speak at.

have, a, committee dedicatedto Blanche Thebom finishes describing into buttoning up the jacket you're a sport about Poises Purchases That .ot, I : '." three services today and will
NEW YORK Hi wondtrful .
getting them out ahe says. the various steps she and zipping up the sippers your money Is another thing "She admires the clothes I feeling about coeducation 7iLJ' I....; speak tomorrow through Wednesday
"It pay include a wife, an takes to keep her wardrobe in but I select ; at 10 a.11'. and 7'30 ,
SHOES you may find yourself buy and the things held by the Yale males Is ,4ri$ j
ex-wife who feels or an Rev. Caxton DOR-
guilty, top condition you wonder how Naturally, tidy Miss Thebom parting with some of It for for the house without askingme not mutual-at least not with pm.

the willowy green-eyed Metropolitan does not wait for lifts to be the whimsical new straw what they cost, or Imply the girls on Hunter College's f lieU pastor, hat announcedthat

Religious opera star has time to noticeably run down before handbags which borrow practicality ing that 1 am being extravagant Park Avenue campus. \ :1 .' linked the to pre the-Easter Florida servicesare Methodist -,

Groups'Meeting sing.Yet replacing them. And it follows from the sportsmen with her son's money. campalgni '
I While Yale- ener : Conference's goal of 32- .
it is because concert ;
her opinion
that she keeps each pair on "Hand" bag Is the wrong "She gives me j 1
fair I. '
install the sex June
getically to members by
Calendar tours opera and television appearances shoe treet.Whether. word, since these are not han when I ask for It. She DOES- classes -' :( r 000 new
in Its undergraduate a
I consume so manyof shoes are slightly dIed by hands. A shoulder bag N'T volunteer advice or try r' :
Hunter student council It politicking
I PRAVI* re* TM. oar-por t her precious hours that wet, kne Inserts shoe trees for example. It not one buttwo to convince me that I am \ iV St. David'sEpiscopal
hrlvlul, pr,.r, A Aiom.nl of mfdl. Miss Thebom is so meticulous."I mistake to do this to "Ban the Boys. /
lot OIl And .onh105v' hour U tat and lay them on their tides purses hanging I front and making a # Church
do, .. until. Dial 6B2-4111. can't afford to be careless so that the exposed soles can back and hinged together at or that. Their world of scholarly women MATURe J

TODAYAprttT ," she says "My clothes dry more quickly. When they the sides. This perhaps keepsthe "She asks '1. there any will be Invaded next fall bya NA-2068 e \ 145 14e..'" Dr.
*i AVICI POs TMI have to last because I just do to help out?' handful of undoubtedly jll
I eager
alai or POLK COUNTY.Yodel are soaking, she stuffs them rent money separated from thing can 4 Welcomes You
School ....h tMinotr... At 1 4. m : don't have time to shop" loosely with wads of tissue the shopping allowance. The when there is illness in the male freshmen. The numbers of
vorMllr.lrn' '" Meond BunKir SwrvlcM -
Church ml, torn.r 3 "81. A..ou.IC X Inwoo*and B.pli.t 34thit Whether your reason for paper to maintain the shape appropriate name for it it family or the work piles up, males In freshmen classes will Lachasse t. I Church 1.10 A.M., 10:45 A.M,

I winter HAvra pviiowrfiip hour keeping garments in action a and absorb some of the dampness Siamese but she doesn't act hurt if Increase! each year, a spokesman Church School 9:45 .,....
will follow wornhln ,rrvtr*, long time Is a shortage of time her that 1 have every London ta&l l / .
UK I LAND CMAItTIAN. mlulon.frr Inside Still another it a woven raffia I assure said. The school decided to of i fvwrnont 6 fm.Til.
work IK HAWAII will M drplrl4 or money, you may benefit number with a gold chain thing under control. extend its facilities to men at *.v.. PM>r (AfAllAoo mining
h+ rolorfd stet >c frit Mluk>lCmnhMK > And Mist Thebom never, .-
I xrviit (I 710 vmT. from soma of her tricks. that hooks onto a belt. Called"Caich "She loves her grandchildren well as women to help meet the
tries hasten
PAUL LUTHIAAN. t.nnwra never to the drying tell '
mitt J p m : church Inlnrm.llonPtirlntl SUITS ," it was created for but never tries to critical shortage of collegeclassrooms
Far themto
by exposing
PI1 e adult meet atant make major process them or subtly -
CNSIf LYTN.as, lorry M.rn. These up a portion direct heat. the lady fisherman hunter, or me how to raise Men are already
err ; ;, nn nlYS' of her daytime ward. criticizes me for the wayI
ltNcw."TIAN ,DlIPI. nf mountain climber who must enrolled In graduate courses on DIRECT FROM FACTORYTo
CYP and CM FHo ouK robe. "I pay good money for RAINCOATSSpeaking also handle them. the Bronx .
hang onto campus.The
a pole or gun.
erasers n t .81 a la a. m At "but that't of Inclement weather
ohurh them, she says This hook-on version seems Keeps Confidences"I "Ban the Boys" committee
PPtiP-YTlPiAW rrroDtlonf Miss Thebom fromIt
when runs
new mtniMri tutor iromrnunlollon not extravagant you Idea for in tell her anything I
..r..I1.mi': a likely women can members are reluctant to You
third prlmArr room her coat shower restaurants guilty of tripping like knowning she discuss (their aversion to coeducation
places on a
MONDAY often. I choose classic styles
waiters with their pocketbooksin personal business the moment because
AOHOOL.I my at
rail turns the water
If hi clftftn*. At fl p m. At Achool. and, with systematic care, on, with her friends.
the aisles.
311 K Urmorl.l. IIlvd and shuts it In the as a spokesman explained :
clos steamy
., they accumulate my because TWIN KE)
ri.ST IClSS T."N. wommf Perhaps someone should also She Is good company a television program
IS .
Ctlurrb .off terry a 10 bathroom for minutes. By
A m:followed H1 all M .: r mwUnl l'CHRIST et.Keeping the shape of the the time the coat it thor Invent a small luxurious she Is essentially a hap made light of their serious In-

LYTNRAN .. 11.1. the from kind that attaches to a belt py, outgoing sort of person tentions.
of Its longevity oughly dry, creates
is the secret
f:1; of,ilAff Mr.MIdr.d WltM..HB 3101"IANI'LAN At the tays. Therefore she sitting in It have disappeared. less formal gown with a fancy who laughs easily even at More time was devoted to
This would accommodate herself
lNaiaa carelessly drops her However the busy lady Jewelled pin. their flip remarks deploring the
yVlllp will mt.rtaUi$ NWt..n al t tI never the lady who is "But, moat Important of all, 1 d
jacket over a chair or a bed makes certain the coat It free need to change signs! on gymns
like daughter
CMVl'lT"AWVci"iri a
LICTUPt averse to leaving her bag on she treats me
minute while still warm of dirt smudges that could and powder rooms, the girls are
*I Sa n>- Alckurrn 110 W Bra- a rather than like a daugh
con sand10 Orlmro of Hlppl- heat. The heat she1 the table, or banging her part said to have complained thanon
D000" 11 JUi t, Unnlai *f CTkNOYj'ea1NT from her body streak before subjects it ner's shoulder blade with It ter-in-law. That sums up everything
In main
their real interest
of the
reduces the crispness to steam.
/' IPIACOPAL. 'hRv > while else I have said about
DAiid C KrnBfd will! AD.AH stiffened Inner lining. KNIT GARMENTS taining the girls' school character -
"Th CrMdi" At Hip Al Aonr I -- her.
than of BpumiBAl: churchwomMitomorrow She buys special suit-hangers Because) these are light of the campus. For a while

t.u will b At* Mr.noon AflllArd In I nl. ..Nat And shaped to stimulate the feminine weight and easily packed, the EUB Annual RAIN GO AWAY the committee was distributing

MIN LOOP 'rvVsMrP01T01.IO shoulder contour and an peripatetic diva has many, Ruffled umbrellas are pretty "Ban-the-Boys" pins.

..A MworlAl Bl..,4.aL.. peal SCHOOL.Vtt clAUP At attached clamp bar. The bargrips stored In labeled dress boxes and feminine, but only when Now the girls have agreed to

a COMMUNITY' PIPLI CLASS 730At the skirt firmly at the large enough to be folded on- ConferenceIn the ruffles are crisp i and talk out this problem with the PAY CASH & SAVE 50%

l' m. home OC Mrt H.I II. Mulls, waist band; and allows it to ly at the waistline and stacked bright. If they become the Hunter College administrationbefore

128 A John.nnS..NTHD"" OVINTMT.. WMllAll on her closet shelf. Hang- least bit droopy and they considering their next

I fan. ar Mre.''iI: JO,fI'n, : N.arrY7NrsAN .71'1 N, st ing them up, they grow steadily TampaTAMPA do very quickly the umbrella maneuvers, the spokesman said I 2 MATTRESSES REGULAR $117,76

}nntVPw{;jf. slam : onudna'/, A. as r longer that way. Sweat The 64th annual takes on an unkempt look. The girls may discover that

Inn '.Odull. 7.0 :e.m.:..K vrw Irr ers are stored in transparent sessions of the Evangelical It's wiser, for the sake of having boys around the campus 2 MATCHING ONLY

wlq,IWiBNriDAV bags In her dresser drawer. United Brethren Church in practicality shun them. _is a lot nicer than_they thought I

APOSTOLIC .(.LI MHOOU 1313Mraorttl FURS Florida will be held at St. -- BOX SPRINGS $
., Mint .IA IM At 888
a JUt* 5
Yet Miss Thebom deplores Paul EUB Church in Tampa
IHKIWAN; cuiiNnt M i Neomiiirrs '. 12 STURDY LEGS
for fur of
Wednesday ,
*. BUM .i cr.tCMHIAT 5"4513- plastic coverings through Friday
not of luxury with J. Gordon How
LUTMOAN. nAnt.lumommtUM any size or 'degree Bishop
mvtftlni .i 7'3O m Atfcbm because they flatten the hairs. ard presiding. Bishop James
TO 6 Evenings Appolntminl
ofth* W t WBAU.hH. OPEN DAILY 7 By
IoM Are She has invested In specialfur W. Henley of the Methodist WHEN

IMI>tf"cM CAbinrt l{m.TIAM unf
to setM.oiAiA. cominl up CAlMHUr month of c*OVAitiMBt"TfusV .reh .,.nla 0 jackets and stoles in shape Thursday night at 7;30 BEAUTIFUL CLOTHESFOR

ni TimAN. 'immninl.nt and to prevent rubbing at the o'clock.S THE SAME PRICE
: K aIm lee d mi DlllVin THROUGHOUT MIX COUNTY
*M slop. a t a representativesfrom
r.Ip-sstrttfrfis.\ ..!. u.u.MnrlM necklines.SCARVES the Greek Orthodox, ARE BEST.Garters.

AtT"8l a,;'DyCHIIIST ( Like a model, her accessories Roman Catholic, Jewish and

lUTM.HAM, ArMArUim are always ready. She Negro communities, along WYNN MATTRESS
e read uM., q70 LmdY1 PM.rrn.n at s "L at. 1 0o..; keeps her many scarves Unfolded with another official from the

.ro0NtYee: ; ,, ..':oil 0:... ut.rood '' over the crossbar of a Methodist Church will speak. '

{T. ."UL LUTH..N. LYIbnMworn. hanger and others rolled cyl The theme of the EUB 122 South K.ntuckvLok.lond. & UPHOLSTERING CO.

.. MIMIOnart. Le"IM. a PM.rRlD.r inder-like between layers of Church for 1964 is, "Jesus :J.... Florida

CNRHfYTNISA tI51M .rn tissue over a mailing tube in Christ Renews His Church 1427 New AykyrneUI. Hwy. MU 1.4tU

tWi 7 :t!. J.o-: :;:: 0s.siW her dresser drawer. Both ways through Lay Participation and i
{ -. i-
('h,''''. Corna"loO' ('I.... BLANCHE THEBOM eliminate folding lines. Vocational Dedication
.. .. Ia '.IIoJOoAJ.

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+ i-/1: Jtfi Varied Subjects To Be Discussed ,I Noted Horsewoman TeachingPolk

LAWN & GARDEN!, At Garden Club Circle MeetingsCircles Folk Equitation ArtsBy

GUIDE of the Lakeland Garden GLADIOLUS Mrs./'Sack Everett, 321 Carlton .

Club, Inc., will meet Gladiolus circle memberswill Circle E.. at 9.30: a.m. NANCY BROWER

{ Wednesday as follows, with take a garden tour meeting Supject: "Horticulture: Flower Women's Staff Writer
the exception of the Camellia at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Show Style," Mrs. Raymond Miss Elsie Engel, who is In
By PEGGY BROWN and Gladiolus circles which home of Mrs. Marlon Hester Burks. Polk County for the winter

meet Thursday. 950 Lake Hollingsworth Drive. POINSETTIA teaching the exacting art of
wow. Garden Columnist AMARYLLIS HIBISCUS Poinsettia circle memberswill equitation looks very much

"Oriental Flower Arrang meet at 9-43: a.m. at the the part of a distinguished
Members of Amaryllis circle ing" will be discussed by Mrs home of Mrs. Sydney horsewoman.She E11
--L I will meet at 2:30: p.m. at the Amine Wheeler at the Hibiscus Schwartz 2222 Cambridge is tall and tanned, with 1

Pi ; :ij J +1Y home of Mrs. Omar Maphis circle meeting at 9:30 a.m. Ave. Subject: "Table Settings sky blue e y. sand sun-
936 Avon Place. Birds will be at the home of Mrs. Herbert ," Mrs. George L. Gaines. streaked blonde hair Her ridIng

discussed. Starr 2712 Dixie Road. RAMBLING ROSE breeches and tweed jacketare

Adult Landscaping Classes AZALEA JACARANDAJacaranda Rambling Rose circle memo tailored in the English
Azalea circle members will circle meetingwill bers will participate In the manner and she speaks with

meet at 2 p.m. at the homeof be held at 2:30: p.m. at "Flower Show" and "Beauty" the faintest traoe of a British
Offered At Lakeland HighThis Mrs. T. J. Poppell Route the home of Mrs. Pearl Bagg- programs at the 9:30 a.m. accent from the time she

I. Members are to bring foliage ett 954 W. 11th St. Subject: meeting at the home of Mrs spent In England as a student wl

for arrangements. "Poisonous Plants." J. C. Llchlyter 611 Sagamore. at Temple House, Major FaudelPhillips' _
is an age of education. No matter how old BEACON HILL LAKE PARKER HEIGHTS ROYAL POINCIANAA famous school of

you are the desire and ability to learn new things Members of Lake flower
Mrs. R. N. Saunders, 2644 the Parker arrangement workshop horsemanship. Even her dog
should always be uppermost in your mind. Collins Ave., will host members Heights circle will meet at will be held for members fits the picture of boots and : l
Once again the opportunityto of 2 p.m at the home of Mrs. of the Royal Poinciana saddle gentility. It Is a Dal-
the Beacon Hill circleat
attend Adult Landscape the high school .Is Hollings 9.30 D. Harris Celia Brooks, 732 Buena Vista. circle at the home of Mrs.C. matlon, a breed onoe famous "
: a m. Mrs H. :
Classes is being given to those worth Road. will speak on "Bonsai Trees" Prof. Thomas Mack will speakon H. Lovejoy Jr., Route 6, as coach dogs.Conducts .
who want to learn more about Subjects to be discussed areas "Landscaping." a7:30. : pm. Classes Here 4

Florida's plant material. follows: "Introduction to CALLIANDRA MAGNOLIAMrs. SHORE ACRES Miss Engel conducts classes
Richard Gavin vocational Landscaping" "Developing a Mrs. Charles W Inman will Luther Real 613 Chester Shore Acres circle will meetat four days a week at Brad-
agriculture teacher at Lake- Plant Material List" "A Fur. show slides about and discuss Drive, will entertain Magnolia 1:30: pm. at the home of cliff Ranch Medulla under keAr.p
land High School tells me ther Study of Plants" "Soils roses at the Calllandra circle circle members at 10 Mrs. J. L. Ewell 995 Lake the sponsorship of Lakeland

that his department will spon and Fertilizers," "Developingthe meeting at 8:30: a.m, at the a.m. at. her home. A workshop Hollingsworth Drive. Speak. Riding Club. The remainder of .
sot a series of landscape Landscape Plan" "The home of Mrs. J. L. Wester Jr., will be held.ORANGE ers will be Mrs. H. W. Conl- the week she instructs at the

courses beginning this Tues Use of Trees in Landscaping" 2713 Easton Terr. BLOSSOMMrs. bear, "Weeds and Eradication Richard Cox Ranch Romany

day night with registrationfrom "Developing and Planting the CAMELLIACamellia Charles Cook will discuss ," and Miss Mabel Pad- Acres, on the Thornhill Road i w at "Itldr
7 o'clock to 10 at the Grounds "Establishing and circle meeting will "Prize Winning Arrange. rick, "Ferns" near Winter Haven
high school. Planting the Lawn" "Designsfor be held Thursday at 10 a.m. ments" at the Orange Blossom SUN DIAL The equestrienne who has

This series of 10 classes has Outdoor Living" and at the home of Mrs Sanford circle meeting at 8:30: The flower show schedulewill won rlbb is and trophies In

been offered to gardeners in "Care and Maintenance Prob Marks, 2333 Woodbine. A hori a.m. at the home of Mrs. F. W. be given by a guest many major horse shows,

this area several times before lems." zontal arrangement workshopwill Mattioll, 1706 Cherokee Trail. speaker at the Sun Dial circle commutes to Lakeland from

and has always met with much Field trips drawing an Individual be conducted by Mrs Ira PALM meeting at 1:30: a.m. at the Winter Haven to teach children 'I

enthusiasm from all ages, plan for the landscaping English. The Palm Circle meetingwill home of Mrs. J. B. Murphy and adults the fine I

proving that gardening Is a of your home grounds CROTONMrs. be held at the home of 1830 Petersburg Ave. points of hunt seat saddle

wonderful hobby and the more slides shown In color making A. T. Edwards Jr. will seat, dressage and western

von learn about it the more scrapbooks and extra class discuss flower arrangementsat riding. For the season Miss
sessions are just a few of the Girl Scout Activities
you want to know. the Croton circle meetingat Engel and her mother have
extras you will get with this taken a house at 329 Ave F.
Ten Weeks 2:30: pm. at the home of

Mark off Tuesday nights now course.Prof Thomas B. Mack, an Crestview Mrs. T. Ave.N. Morrison, 829 Patrol System Explained maintain SE, In Winter a permanent Haven. home They ELSIE ENGEL, equestrienneasked

on your calendars for the next authority on landscaping, will in Rochester N.Y.

10 weeks. Classes begin at 7 teach the classes He con DAHLIAMember. For the last four summers to Instruct at the school fered a broken neck .In a fall
and end at 10. The location of tributes much of his time to of Dahlia circle All Girl Scout troops except B. Sargeant Jr. The troop Is Miss Engel has been in the first because it was an honor, sustained when her mount

making Lakeland beautiful, 'will meet at 8:30: a.m. at the Brownies now use the concentrating on social dependability employ of Mrs Thel Horn, secondly because it meant my failed to clear a Jump she

and never seems to lose his home of Mrs. K. B. Clayton patrol system for troop business this year atudying owner of Xanadu Arabian father would no longer have to was back in the saddle withina

LAKE enthusiasm for all growing 513 Shady" Lane. Subject: instead of the club sys good manners, planning and Farm at Davison, Mich., as pay the high tuition cost for week. .

things. "Shrubs John Shirah. tern The patrol system was hostessing parties for various private Instructor of a promising me. It meant that 1 would live Miss Engel has Instructedat

BONNY Flower ArrangingFor DRIFTWOODDriftwood developed by the Scout found. types of guests. They also are young equestrienne, in a cottage, rather than the some of the leading private

those of you who are circle memberswill er, Sir Robert Baden-Powell. learning good grooming poise Stephanie Horn who has been manor house. It also meant schools and camps in the

NURSERIES more inclined to enjoy flower meet at 8 p.m, at the It is designed to develop responsibility and fashions suited to their urged to try for a place on that I had to polish my own Northeast, among them St.

arranging than horticulture home of Mrs. Jack A. Brown and leadership In ages. the United States Olympic boots and clean my own Lawrence University, Canton,
106 LAKE BONNY DR.AZALEAS the Garden Club of Lakelandhas 331 Easton Drive. Mrs Brown boys and girls through actual Officers team. breeches rather than just N.Y., County Club of>Rochester

a special treat in store for will speak on "Learning to participation in planning and There are over 25 girls In Has Unusual Degree putting them outside my door N.Y., her hometown and

you. On Feb. 26 at 10 a.m., Help Ourselves with Annuals." carrying out activities. the troop with Lynn Melton At Temple House in Wai- each night. Camp Kinia In Milton, Vt.

Mrs. E. L. White of Winter FOUNDERS Brownies use the Brownie Sue Varney and Beverly Warren tham Cross Hens, England a "The major was very strict Her students have qualified

Haven will lecture 01 "Inter Members of the Founders Ring to make plans. as patrol leaders. Alice' horsemanship school considered about being properly attired for the Madison Square Gar

pretive Styles and Contemporary circle are to bring arrange. Kathleen Junior High's Ca. Ann Sargeant is treasurer and on a par with the Horse- and once expelled a studenton den Horse Show and the Penn

29 4 For $1 Ideas." Mrs White is one ments for judging at the meet. dette troop Is led by Mrs. W. Barbara Lawing scribe Assistant masters School in England by the spot for appearing at sylvania National Horse Showat

of Florida's outstanding modern ing at 2 p.m. at the home of 'D. Boykin and Mrs. Paul patrol leaders are many, and thought to be even class one morning improperly Harrisburg top shows in
flower arrangers and will Mrs. Bun Pipkin, Scott Lake. Smoak. The girls have been Sherry Baker, Barbara Law. better by Miss Engel she re dressed." the summer horse show cir

NICI lUSHES fascinate you with her wonder. Mrs L. D. Speed and Mrs working on the outdoor camper ing and Cynthia Allen. ceived her fellow Institute of Injured In Fall cuit.She

IN CONTAINERS ful sense of color and design. James A. Miller will speak on badge and the year-round Southwest Junior High has the Horse degree and was True to the tradition of the said the Imperial Polk
patch camping over 40 in its Cadette asked Faudel Phillips famous Miss has Horse Show held in
The place of the lecture and "International Gardens. camper girls Troop by Major school Engel Charity
demonstration Is the Garden night one weekend each 251, with Mrs Walter Wetter- to remain as an instruc never allowed physical discomfort Winter Haven is fast become
NEVER UNDERSOLD Center corner of Lake and GARDEN GATE month. Patrol leaders are hall and Mrs Thelma Abel as tor. or Injury to interfere with ing one of the nation's major
Mrs L.
P. Kirkland will
Orange Streets. Tickets may Gayle Thompson and Lydia leaders. Senior Girl Scout "I was delighted to be her riding When she suf shows
Gallon Contolfitr be bought at the door or speak on the "Growth and Raulerson and assistants are Nancy Stagman Is serving as '
through Garden Club Care of Roses" at the Garden Linda Smoak and Sherry Boy. senior program aide with the
AZALEAS4Q member. Gate circle meeting at 3 p.m. kin. Sherry also acts as treasurer troop and as adviser to the Let's Go To This Week I I.OND.Y

1 at the, 81 home Lake of Beulah Mrs Drive.T. A.Plnson and Deidra Adams Is challenge group. This troop Meeting

WORTHY SOUP scribe. has been giving service as of.

Each Here's a soup worthy of repetition GARDENIAMrs. Camper Patch fice help at the United Fund wllh Murray Oold.boreuih. 1 30.30 L.KIL.ND ART GUILD open
for company or for fam levie Smith will be St. Joseph's School lists office. L.'UILAND ART GUILD. art rts, admlnUUitlon build- hogs for vl.llor., .ketchlna andP.UiUni
10 for 4.50 hostess for the Gardenia circleat In 011 palntln' .WI 11I..d portraitfrom Airport.CONTSMPOSANY aroup with five model, and
ily. In saucepan combine a Mrs. Joseph Turk and Mrs Ninth grade girls have 5.m 10 noon at ..dmlnl.lion .....- CUSS OF LAKI. oil, \palntma with MIN CoinHie,
1011/s-ounre can condensed creamof 2 p.m. at her home, 927 Mayo Fenchel as leaders of given parties for younger bulldlna L.d wo r>r>.k' ,Airport.hOPTimVT''cLUlno' LAND,.t. ..11'o"f..W'o ..Mrl.. *Menie.eLAKiLAlNo0. from 7 30., 30 p.m. at Tl-

celery soup a soup can water Columbia Way. A panel dls.cussion Cadette Troop 238 with Bar girls for new Cadettes and > LAKILANO UrlnJame ,. iATioN CLU
LIGUSTRUM for .enlor ol lakeland' and
se 5 m at crrl R."r.n.'
29f. and a 6'/-ounce can crab will be held on FlorIda bara McNeal and Janet Pow. for the troop as evidence of 051055 o 'OCI.1. CLU'. mpotint covered WilT dips VIRGINIA CLUB, MannollaBulldlni noon for friend all)H. at Teen Midaav, at
4 For $1.00CLOSED ., luncheon at 0 JO a m. for iraup artlillj Brln.andwlin .
l Manilla Bulldmi Civic
gardening.GARDEN. leaders and their social Civil. Center Brine rover'rd .
(drained and flaked). Heat, ner as patrol dependability. C.nl. lunch r.01'u'nl.hocl
dl h table aervlce' Ootlee fur-
,....... and C h I ''
and of varied Interestsare I..LAND lODOSt Thc' 't'i'dKIW.NI.{
PATH Theresa Badges '
t slowly stirring now and then. Dorothy Doyle railed .rommunlrel. t pm at Ma- nlnhidILNORA ass [ IIS
Garnish with The flower show schedule Morrell assisting. Troop being completed by the .onlr Temple .Enamlnetlon. In PelInw RIBIKAM LODOI 4. pm.. hold cuo ".,..."ron''
one tablespoon
Cralt d..... will be conductedMaMer meellni at I p m al Counur DmeVhool NSW YOItK .T.T. PICNIC. row
SUNDAYS grated lemon rind. Makes threeto will be explained by Mrs scribes are Sheila Hall and girls: hiker my country Maun dearee conferred ., 1J3 B: LamonINDIPINDINT errs Ha BuudlM dl.h dlnD.Clot. a,. noon"cenlef"Colfee al MOMn.,

four servings. John R. Wright at the Gar Isabella Fernandez and treasurers world trefoil, child care chef 110Kathleen".THUIN COURT AI. 0555a PILLOW. apm. ORDIR atlMVHall Or .ODD.U4 tram and J..r u, ilnhed Brlnaneeunie
den Path circle Patricia Sclortino and and 0' TH. ..ItI'NTH. I PM e' W. Mam I'CH.Tllt coffe* cup e and
meeting at are drawing painting. Temple. lnnlalnn ... dan"n. loll. ..
CP PIO .TlItHOOD.noon .
10:30: a.m. at the home of and Becky Kramer. These This troop has five patrols be and obierved. nsnk blrtad.r pallf will at nom. of Mn Jon Klau. ANNA, MILLSS' 1 am CISCLS AL 515.. Lodu.IUNNIL.NO srialmNlln .
Mrs. M. P. Tomlinson 509 E. girls have been planning activities with Trudy Bronson Linda IJP P.rkrlrP Plea hD;, a II: soot
THE TIME IS NOW Beacon Road. around requirementsfor Schneider Lois Stokes Jan IIIDOI CLU. T 3d am to 5 p m at cur park Brim ... bn"B.iiie.ered ., I pm .1 C.unor
L..I.nd Wnmn CluhL eommunlt buNSin
p" a'' oovtred dl.n
the challenge of social dependability Swindell and Bonnie Weitzen- A Kl A NO TOASTMACT5aCLYR POLK CITY WOMAN S CLUI, Spm Co, (ll currently emphasizing korn as patrol leaders. Their 7pm ., Marrhet. Re.tau- at rtubnourr.Gall .IItIC.N. GOLD STAR MOTH.le .
tan, a,,. ner .n..d m. loin { susso/N CNA.TSR a pm.
for Winter of good grooming, and assistants are Carolyn Wet- L..UNO .ItT CLYS. ou4r .01. CARNIOIt ALUMNI" A"0- .. L.kH.nrt Federal uammunllr"loRoa'ii
h Planting er cla>.. at .30. m at ..dminl.tratlon CIATION mart
the year-round camper patch. terhall, Debbie Hanke Rhonda bulldlni Ledwlck Airport with Sm' Ilv..'\ Crmderoi.ntnuelR.ren.mMwpoNnl'h nnt.on.n71a0.57 .t oro". CI"COOK. CIRCLI. 10 am.
ra ram ra ra to to Cadette Troop 299 Lakeland Reed Christy Ford Donna LAKNa LANDI'rKrCMANOirtCr O *, riorlda. WOMIN t RIPUILICAN. CLU OfLAKILAND
Junior High, is led by Schroter and Edith Smith. S 30 p m al the Cadet. CL pxtauranlAKILANO *, 13! isMorton"s THURSDAY Cr .t "..t.. lunchlon. '. The at HonorablaCharln noon .,

AZALEAS GLAD BULBS mSi[ ] Mrs. Horace Combee, Miss Betsy Gandee Is treasurer pm .t ter. ('.d'PSORm5STTiRX000. LAKILANO. ., LIONS CLU. at. 11 ISam of R Holler' of will Florula..... Hon Tele..
Karen Olsen and Mrs. John and Linda Campbell scribe. 70Np .t homo .r Mn. J.me. I. 1h Cadet RepM.Mialn7 for re.erv.UOn.TRAVILIR1 _..
8no.lan.CUII.UNO STAR CLU 1.1
Mixed v,4doA.R HIIOHT NOM I MENU hour at 4 pm followed bx bu.lneu
6.12 INCH LINERS crab apple DI.ON.T..TION Cilia' 170 pm meatlni I at .. covered .'J.u1r.:: ,
at home ol Mra B. C. Crow, Ill I 30 p m. at M.inolla I ,
7 VARIETIES 30c EA. s.D CQ 4CALADIUM Chinese elm Tolson Wind' Your meatless meal menus ft Ivlo Center. All vl.ltlni Orb member. .
Colon dOl'n Inspector SpeakerAt WO..N". TYROOears. IeAL melted.
holly UNION AUXILIARY all meetlna at will win approval when this dish FRIDAY
4 for 1.00 7 300m at home ol Mr. Richard LOYAL ORDIR OP MOOSe, S p IB.at .
lombardy &r nkr. 022 Chunnlne Road Is featured. Slowly cook a cloveof Moos IXKIK. But: t*&. Parker
BULBS poplar Camp Fire Girl MeetTomorrow ItlAU o.oCHAPMNAPMAN J.: brD'D.at homeof garlic (halved), Vt cup chopped U.Ivr KIW.NIO CLU, 11 IS p m. at
Gallon,, Can Size 1.00 tar bvelyn J26I N.'Ko .
magnolia C onion and /i cup chopped LAKILANDl GUILD. oil
SISTIUHOOO CMAPTIH AW.luncheon Minima ilau 0 30 a m Mr.. Wlnl-'
Cushy Full! of Bud 98do...? silver maple afternoon. In- at the home of one of Its : meelina., al .13 10 p ml4rJ parsley in two tablespoons olive fred ftelhelmer I ; and Tom Wllnon. In.trurtor. .
scarlet home of Mt W A W1IIU. .. p.inlni and draolna eta..
Lego bulbt *li* svaihbl.' maplered spector John F Tolson of members, Andrea Hall. The Neaport SATXLN Aereaular 1.000. 151 fiAM. oil about five minutes.. Add a for beilnntni advanced itudenti.
Larger Stic 2.2S up bud Police will the afternoon communication/ et 730 10m NIW RfSIDINTS CLU. 1 p m at
the Lakeland PellowCraft
Depart. girls spend 10-ounce frozen condensed
sycamoresweet at Kathleen Manonlc Lodie can M.nnolla B.uldin.. Civic, Center for
ment will meet with the She. riding horses Mrs. Floyd Craft darer will followLAKILANO 7' Valentine ptrti arid,, and tsos'iwwill
A PETERSON BEDDING PLANTS gumpersimmon CMArri M OBOIHMaionle oyster stew a / ()unce can be played
0' TH' IIT'.N ITR. I pm at
leta Maka and Wacinton JunIor Woods Is their leader Temple VI.Ulna manors minced clams (drained), and SATUNDaYLANLAND
ORIGINATION Hi girls at the clubhouseon In.llOd. ART GUILD prlmarT
69 A CartonGeraniums pear Miss Dorothy Lltchfield assistant WSDNS5DaYLANSLAND two teaspoons lemon Juice. Heat .nd junior art at'lio''!" ...t.,
Buckingham Avenue. The .01 or. .od .U. "'n.Wlnll.Pd
Duchess of Cypress fig girls are taking the CampFire postmaster, has arranged I.NI CI.U'. Spoil until soup is thawed; stirring Relnelmar und Tom Wll,011 .
St ihr Elk ciiin at U 15 mUI"'UND In.tructoni Adult nalntmtrl
Long period of bloom child care course and a tour of the new post i AT CLUI. oil _.In'. now and then. Serve sauce over 01. from 3 to S pm Ml.. Cor.
I In Bloom' tit. pow, >t IO m.. Mn Mar' nella Mrnne. Iniuuctor all. Ixxl.
in a delicate pink color Simon's Inspector Tolson will speak on office for the Lozawa Camp Innlruclor oil pilnllnt tip i/j pound thin spaghetti cooked. Wick AlrrortTHIOtOPHICAL.
MIM Cornelia Menee. at 10 a m .
Gallon 69 "Keep It Safe Around Here. Fire Girls. The girls will be ..111Charle.! 111. and DO 'mcl-r.01 oil' taintIni This makes about two cups thin J I'.mled 1 nn Weber. at ThoM In. ,
125Cons .d mpopnAasu sod
lecture will relate from 7 to 10 p i. sauce. T 'lendma'l'brarir' I
This to
each nurseries instructed In the proper manner Hold. : portrait ln.truclionC.rler | _
-- --
safety measures in child care
[ .. new yerk.v.. and baby sitting assignments. to' prepare packages for ---1*'''

:: take hallhtfjiwerth drive The Instructors In the course shipping via parcel post; they r- ;TT ]
{ \ : NOW READY are Mrs Aleta Parkhurst, will learn about kinds of i

!.' .,.. ''t.\ '1" p R. N., and Mrs. Dorothy. stamps, postal savings and \ N 1 11'

AMERICA'S FINEST Teachout. The group guardians how citizens can help the
\ r We
AtjGreen( ( are Mrs. James B.
\ Give Childs and Mrs. Warren G. postman and the post office ry1 f fai
Stamps '
of the
Waters. department govern
ROSES&Fnb Sunny Blue Birds of Medullawill ment. The tour is In connection 5AND J fee /411\-, > I
j 1'1rt. < s
visit afternoon
tomorrow with business craft one .

of the seven crafts of Camp t ,, / I '. .
Select # 1 or better .
Fire. They will be accompanied t. ..
bushes on Dr. Huey MICHIGAN GROWN j ; .
by their guardian 1 _ps
rootstock properly potted, In bud or bloom. Over 85 Mrs. Ray Delk, and Mrs. Billy f rf.

varieties available. GLADIOLA BULBS Willianfs. I

Song Feat
The Humming Blue Birdsof

LARGE STRONG Cleveland Court School will

LB BULBS READY meet at Tuesday the Camp afternoon Fire clubhouse for !Li

FOR PLANTING games and a song test Their

g NOW. SEVERAL leader is Mrs. H. R. Siggelko. i

Wlcankiya Camp Fire Girlsof
ATTRACTIVE Lime Street School will

ry fulfill another requirement for
:: VARIETIES AND their Fire Makers rank when
G' '
: COLORS.All they meet at the home of
their guardian Mrs. Lillian a :
""" ..
; Sheffield on Tuesday at 6:30 a

) 225 Auburndole Rd. (U.S. 92 East) Reasotiabljf Priced p.m. Debbie Anders BeverlyAnn
C 1 ) r Richey Margaret Bur-
Phone Mil 3-4011 leigh Sarah Sheffield and

Carolyn Hoffman will be BOLD DOTS Giant DASHES Black MORE DOTS are on
LAKELAND hostesses to other membersof black polka surah jacket, and splashes of dashes on white white this silk pleated chiffon

-- Closed Sundays -- the group at a dinner they matching bandana hat Is designer silk two-piece costume with along turtle neck bodice and match.
ON LAKE MIRROR will prepare and serve The Pauline Trigere's way lean overblouseswas leg jacket, with a jet black
"takefand'g largest Sfbcfion of Quality Nursery Sfeck" 502 E. Rose St. MU 2-6144 girls also will plan the menu of getting the spring fashion created by Teal Trains for the skirt by Geoffrey Beene. It's

and purchase the food. message across. womanly season all femininity.I .

LEDGER Sunday *eb. .11,1964 114;
OF RECORD 'Seven Days In May'To r AT THE THEATE-RS -- I

emeuir au,.. PAM COUDTHal. Rnp h/rrd evlni..SrnTnaiSrn PILMLAND D.'YI.IN HAINM Cirr-Laka HaJnM, "Cl'awjjinJai'a"

". if Florida.. a fri Patriot It. D D0.oun.Nn. Omrir *t. WU'. Be Shown HereWhen I Toots Uirouih" iiwadar: Vcllom.tynf LAIte rtq5' *'"txiv. .I lui : ,:
Norrta. RnMrt Marvin garrtt Jr, r.n morgno foroMo.ur., CUM and 8waM in .9 t.
Robert Marvlo, Non a w. and Bvi; RwY;l.1trtn: h w.roIlwrw W idnmdar" "q. Thyridav d'lI1: tPLANTCI1JpI law .11.11 !IP
Tli Makwt an
nu.h and
touiw Norrii habrai rarpw. In runtl rt '
: w mot M Btranir and War I> HellPLAN 1
OlKtri' I KuthlAitoD.L .rtwn, vL f, Holland R.u rd :';\' Rebn" ':"':l eMrroabn. .1r.1 it a traitor not a traitor liant service record who honestly lprd"'Irotn and Raturdar: "Homicidal" CITY-agtPtrs "1T Bun' 'l', '
and lore
1I"oJl t Qulllir run J Bilk. Bhiw I'ti, '"l w:1. K Yk, .. ? That Is the question believes that his plot to Madman Jacket and tx rr of 0 [ .Jla'w." \ : .BundatWU n
Kubr"MJI<>li"ll n. Clu.lind' : .. TlBrHAVIl
BHiht ar5enlen. posed In "Seven Days In May. take the Is in ov> TMIT : TrrrHr'
habrai oornulBrnr .. government "BundaWrMia ;: N.rAilM.Dale
B.n .
rr.1o: p Yw mortem, Todar Throuah WMnndar and Am -
t Oviirm, ite n. m..bl Piib.IKhlni the a ,
> suspense drama which the best Interests of the "
oo Ino : ..!. al. heat 1rrb opens country nwt+
? ? es elm I .L Ion sl Nl.rh"Soy. : -
allon tie, Uo b ? &. t oo..u ...tor.:1: Thursday at the Grove Theater As General Scott Lancaster Is ,1, ylLAKELAND Ua,. LAYak:0ELANS 1.>> \'
H T war\\ h PrUbli Publlah- DHIVI IM
Inn t ai rtrTl I. &ad. Based on the novel by Fletcher guilty of treason even thoughhis f ;Tat Ihrouin riMwdar: (trait Jack11 -
U.1Aitloti ,' I
MrCdf, rVlibVi gdYM:/: NllaooomYM This Ad
J4k ate' vi 1r and Whatovtr Happened laW Present
Knebel and Charles W.
-.. InoD : Bailey reasons might be most
C ? a |j .] clle' = : : :: :: patriotic H r Jmrt"
UMI, A.1'Ylem I : II, this Paramount release has : < li mdar Uirouih. Balurdlt 'Thiprir > And eUcilvt
I't.rd: w1r.:
"ii; 0. :'noo And Valadia W'r'ilsoolr YO ",. N u. *:' and Law Train from Oui
k ti' Onuua uold ln : IonMw cast headed Burt Lancastrr .
a by Kirk stars NII fREE DESSERTWith
acllon dkiniiri ....w, la.t: 'itTr' \\i.k. Douglas as "Jlggs"Casey
} in s+r5t. !, pt,., .,. Co- POLK THIATIK
MGt t> 6'Nial at ux Vi hay MlvnrAuW :all! o urt A: .C,5IM. et: "*. Inort.... fpM: Kirk Douglas. Fredric a Marine Corps colonel ,!Todiiv Wt5 "Ihrouan aturda: Thl Vlc- Ivtnlnt MM!

eon, Inr. etc. pivil arltoartainac "." Ui Sharon William March. Ava Gardner and Ed. who accidentally discovers the .OICY TN/ATIR fN,5wl Strvlnf
**" In of IIKIO ch.rlM Oluvw Olorrdlvorwr Thor uirouih Turaiiar: Jiut! Once.
: (,= v>. HuMrt Olov- WlUl.m r..uur.:; mond O'Brien."Seven reasonous plot. Fredric March .. "
Jo'Cudlvoroer' a Nor in.n .. BuUtr M r* and Dal* Bait .2 .... 9SiS
00 .
Wmb."U,5IHa m. "t>orriarir Days In May" is a has the role of Jordan I W'p\ -.,... throuth Friday 'ThliVifdar 11 00 a.m. : ,
MlMinv W. Kmnnr, atilllon for .. Lyman
R Ihomii J OwU dl.Yorre .... I.51
00 ..... ( 00 .
flf. draloradirrnirMirr story of treachery In our own the U.S. President who finds Teen.... Thtne.n"Tetb : : ,
... .
PranrW Orllllo U> Wlllrrorltfln .Romrt' SbnnL-troT and III Monitor1 And Tun ail SundayHiOO
; dlttn*. Kirtiiilomr* T-irt kJwNYNR government, a conspiracy by the himself tied up In protocol and ii ,
Ado Own THraOrM9. dlvoro eY, Kolhiui ProiwrUM .s "mM.VIII: MOON D.'V'IN' s.m..| 00 ,.Ift. 1.5S
Morn imari run WMlnr I CUwart dl. el a(. aulH tlUr and nlnVm : Joint Chiefs of Staff to take over red tape, unable to strike back I Ted> Uiroulh.. Tuaadar. "Too Her
tart.Ann T. Hivnw n, Warrrn >. Pranon Lamar Wan .f. mirh.olri lltn White House by force. It at the conspirators DRIVE IN-Wednesday through Saturday The and Thundar "Diamond
nn > Th.orrrli' Bunk UUra rto. .. .... Head and Two Rod. TolelheriPrl "
K Ir.dL i :> vi Lanmr-r A. LoN. 15 Oarr W. lUullii it of UI it al mortPilrlrla .- shows how such a plot could Ava Gardner making her first Prize; with Paul Newman and Edward G. Robinson, Also showing -] ,,,la> and Katurdar Rnrk::A-Bra
*cul r, iu rlvU acllonTlia .... lor.. succeed even here In Amer. appearance In Hollywood In | rinbr. 'Bleie of IIl. .Snoni indADBURIIDALe .
Pur Oil Co, .uvi' GA ''' ''' It .cr1. r>. Retort" Mima 'Last Train from Boot Hill, with Kirk Douglas ''Rte Mob, .ltt..tll1l1
Iamb clnl acUoB. al 016 0Dlmion >, Morru' Ji.. epirit walnteniuiolTtinmai lea more than a decade, returned OTM' CIT s
O.nent Molon AocrptaliM Cor*? 1 | >- : Hon nf Pltlbber -
..lvi ... K. Poihill. trpl rrlo, Swwo from Spain for the film's only and Hold Uiat Hypnntlil' ''
FloridaOairlu "I Ponm .r'rr.: : n, ALAN ..... General Scott AVBURNUALROale' harWY' and
.to. :. P and 1 rrull Oa? H.II. fllvan. feminine starring role. The actress 'C de the Rich I County 2411 So. Florida Aye
.u M al, dull acUonprMinan pamifTiial Credit F'l .IC.' ... 91m Burt Lancaster stars as Genera AVON PAKK_ Hllina:. rhariita,
ad (too*. I jo. .l Paul b rot HeCrJuuY; U.1 Juuintnif Is seen as Washington I'BAH I-OW X, Ilia Man with
Allen, civil damaveiiKuim r I ) Scott a man with a bril D.C., socialite whose romances X.Ntr P>e>Id.i Plliht I to Man "
O.KiUiorlna pt vi. Alia r-nrr o, oiiwr. vi. Orlnir Watori iti, /,
rr irir: finwd J. IrvVIA dhr1Md
with Scott and Casey become an
: ,
rlvli acPrank Dill Ra,11< Banford VI hurl MMftinford
Au 1'.IP. Rlkhqt final dlvorna.sinjmftss' d1Y Call"" Holmes vi Robert 8. Holmes. Integral part of the plot and 4 DAYS TILL '7 DAYS IN MAY'LAKELAND'S

KlifaaoUi.nd O. Rtw;u n, Rubun. MrrnoW eye? / ;; ;,ImY, R..r.A1. vi. Herman Purvli" du"E.tello counterplot. Edmund O'Brien, TJC

Ovorn. w. final .drrr*.' lor.Uu.lnl .iortBoHon : a
.. Wilson TV's fast "Sam Benedict
war.The rro.tm > Rae -talking ?
.0. IIGDoId LeeLdwr
W'wnrnRdivopo/"dro ar rovilni. mUalKirrn. FINEST
Pin CMto .11I1' Bank DOONS
vJuan4 5. .' >* H ui at ft- Kirrn O. meshes .'. W. Srotl H... has a role as a U.S. Senator
dlIMmeM va, Marr BvlleiaadfordT
wills Nmmnnr dM nil dt'orei nf forrdWiaur. 'dDI.. dUmliMil addicted to humor and wisecracks 12 THEATRE
vi "wTlllam BiUow tvdtral and Loan =r..gL (avlnil and Loan Awn,
W.Ja or tar .h or.t wer.Cothcilorla AMI. M<.. vi, bb'rW. Hirrrll n ui't eU<. vi Leull W, Prit- C_ DAILY
I H. Llwlwt vi, Hywrt a. at, llnal darraa foraclMini mort. Ira *te !nmltnal.' "OIV Shotclny
tllvOn.. '* 4uerna, "Count: r 'norlnii Bank air 'S][ l
Nnller BhlrlW Adrian R, Marun l dlnnlHal' One Man
tMirount Cor* eb., n a. D NtlMi vi Claud. A. Ma n. : UI
A.I: : des to la Mai McCall Jack Mc-C.II
r1Yd Nf100 A.InNN: esn final fM dlvonr dl.tn..I.Ro..r LOCALLY Shows At .
.Jraklnn hann KiuxM vi HoMrt Larry The coauthors of "Seven
lI.b. .,1>0011"1. vv. WIUI.m NMwaarnnl SlwrrL I flhaC; ant* dlvoirrBllla B Hirrlun and W T ..d.. DaysIn OWNED I:00-1:10-5:20-7JO-9:40
dlvorffLAKE :
w H L n...r vi. Mark Utk Nt. lie. ...Jr"'v. Hulh SmtmuMMilt' May," longtime Washington
Linnlrr. Jr. llnal dwraa flivorcVirnon / "
Harwr Brrrr v a. Mir KilbB '!;.. wilk..r.oB vi Ton Wllktrion DC, columnists familiar with FIRST CENTRAL FLORIDA SHOWING!
.tllI. Mare. "".1 doe_ ./rune. dlvml.rl,
.Ur J'.n Burnhllrld Burch.flrld Ihrlnia. Bobrrta Tanlum n. MorrU both White House and Pentagon .
.a P WIII K n ui dlunl.wl.
final riiwm
WALES I Hlanilard OU Cb.b: run JamesPv.n M Brae Uoodnian ... Robart Ooodman. stumbled on their suspenseful
.. lihal Jummrut lor plaluUK I dl.nI..1UorlA theme accidentally. When In.
'' Mi-lion" ri James O Mrllon'Wim''TjIuir
"siren: parkO"LJndoa' and Rubs : terviewlng an Army general,
... i Holmes vi Oliver Wrn-
Jam Llndtar Uaulel Uriah Uuucan
,dell Holme., dlMituuaiDora Knebel was impressed with the A bold blushing
Jfftll.noNrUlod in Crawler \ Carl W. cro.I. .. ,
anl>l TR D MrDailflvl.Utunli a > A
unlimited and
seemingly '
d..oI. power

tWttr'TH" SEASON, I I dl Peanut':: 1 KIUI".lIon'oI r.l Mt .....dlimliMlPok r AMn.I M rt N ui. Hamilton dl.I..1 VI WUIlia B Orln.ar resources of the armed forces. : l outrageouslyfunny

,, .. .. Wants U>ul' HArold JoeMolt Y. R r
Uiin Corn fta va Ji I. & lUhnrr, dUnilmalJoxce t" He realized that only one man movie.

Brrrr rl pMlrral taw dlMnlauPolk savuiii and Loin A..n L>...wn ... William D Da- stands between those armed ..

of .......' eta v. Hi l hard L /I.ho ton nl.m..1 i
BLACK I rt tat Molvin McrU J.U .l til owmln.L Helm.il prteratn vi LUi H P..- forces and the nation SILVER MOON DRIVE-IN-Tonight through Tuesday 'Take

I J..n rilMb: .>Ut Brannon ,.. John W. er ads tit;tI O"willlimi vi. Illrhird B "Seven Days In May" was directed Her She's Mine, with James Stewart and Sandra Dee. Also Dedicated

1 D a I. fhomaa:; dlnoth J Hurt Jr. *t m ... L.na "'Aliea6rui\\ | :a''ilr'aa:!;.rll VI Orall WIle by John Frankenheimer showing, 'Battle Hymn, with Rock Hudson

Wall. dlmnliikalI 8'.11. dhnAYn.lC and produced by Edward Lewis
I Bilk of Mulbarrr I r, W. Uurkvorlli al .I Vl C. A to the
I U AiulWKin: at ui at .q.l.; I M.Ad005555. dIYMWrsl. from Rod Serling's screenplay & ,
| Annul* W. Hall v.. William WmlayZark Mildred LonxfoolUumy Jamro An.
".11. dl>,nl..I. Lontluio, dlunleial The film was a joint productionby
T. Mrrlck, vi Mary I Mrrlrk'o'l Wanda Par Cildvell VI. Robert
Thom.. Calilwell dlinilwalIt Seven Arts, Kirk Douglas'Joel propositionthat

I .... Tinman n. Luoloui Till.du Mart, dlMnlmalFlorida MrNullf VI Prod U Melully Productions and Franken.heimer' .
man, 'm
BMd ... Induntxlal I. elf .
W p. John M Plover *t company
.tll at dl'tnlioil v.. K J Hut Purnlluri Co.. tar el, I every
I Lon'kll vi. Cadrlck Pnrl Bill"jiianua d""lOoI
Mary P. Cimeron VI ooh limn ..LDa.

io dl.m..oI. peen Wrliht R Dm Polk. 011'.1.rxii ral Bavlnm and Loin A..n Oldtime War girl

I ........, L Vln.... t. Oonnli i of Lakeland elc vi Dunurl r Beat gets...
V.n_, dlom..I. ley et ui dUmlnal
... Laurie Van Haminond ... Malcom
v 1>01. Kllllb.1I Gloria dean Kimball -
e I I Anntlr..L l lMrrilr B Haiiimonil: ,:".It".k Vets Can Win sooner or
H ron vi Charles O Mr.rir Aluminum MiMil. ts
I 'I. :{ Aluminum Dlncount Bale. C. Inrlual .
>t rxierai Bivlni" and Loan Ann mi. l.d, for plainllff tm 111uulf later///
of Wlntrr Havrn vi Wmllor. Woodwird OU Cora Mo. vi l
l Thonn>onn. Imdudescs..' 'or .10. Theater Pass
1 I Jrviv'aaUH"'piill'vA:: ,.. William M tat la.. a1Marton
Pnll..... dhml..oI. Po..l Rhovel C'o. U"I.....'
pMi ral National Morliaii Aimntv Mcirlon Oorp eb' v. RoiM-rt PannnH err Sr
vi Johu L, Rarmvud it Vl, dla'Mailldi rt1e,09Vaal "" ""ii* "" alunlllL: IID,; Oldtime veterans have a

!: Pnin ... Albert titan, ills Anne johncon Vi..... .... Robert chance to win a four-month pass tt,. I IS Ir
minl June Virken. dlimlwal
Kiihr o Can, ... Camrron t Cain'hao'il'i Aim. Brarkln et al vi Jerrymli to the Grove Theater Thursday !
7l Ro""", MARCH a- f.M.
1111.. nightThe rr
w vi Oradr F Brr- ,
MIMI N l< **. .: *. Inn."cW I Mnlnll prrnn >on Far Krofleld Royal vi Car Key Club of lakeland!I
Mid.Htaia InvMtmrnt Corn rw vi Llrirelliru Koyal final, decree Ut.;
John A OtbtM ., ui, dtumlkMlKtrlv. vorc High School is sponsoring a contest 1 raw
Ua vi John iPau Ua. dl- CIIIM Tranilt I I hi rtg vi Phllllfoirlo I
minnd.hooleI.. U. Rrcdata1 Ye .\ Wend *"*"*, to award the pass to the
| Bank of Auburndat VlCrKorio ...* '
,tnnoTldra who at the
Wat "r Manaiemenl person appears
R lim Bgulrri dlkniUnalwTliain nm :
a, Adami. rtr vi. fcuinatO DNULo rl< : vi Joneph T MallilVtuf" I premier of the movie "Seven !m Gaillrll II r AStIt IsPiwW fl
Nral rt ui >l al. dl.ml.n.l lI J'""" """"/., '""' /' M
I Hut,' N ru UUbarl ,. John L Oillb Days In May," in the oldest ,,
1 Mwy
!!rl hmt'vd ___ JohuINlrm.nrn mrom Horace. RAT ore military uniform.
....."... IIrout. "lIIn to Wlllle Orl. Club GROVK:-Coming soon, Tom .(ones: with Albert finney
tin IInoi d.or.. dlvorn.. Members of the Key are
Maiiann. O VoVl ...'chaflea M Haak.
In advance to
selling -- R
inn. fweil f Livinixion. Norman Dar 1
H.rrlion et al dun lual the movie, which runs from
Barbara uail Huller' v.. Paul Bamua
Rut,,,. linal. decrea divorce. Feb. 20 to 26 at the Grove Haven Hospital May
Bonnlj Le* Huller vi. Vernon Ruth... be
d"r,5 Theater They may bought

--- ...- l.rloI.P.011. 1.I.lnllto"?., vi"cTjariei, Nnrmm M Dar Hoakln..i Hor.riooO at a price of 80 cents per student Get GrantWINTER Robertson L :

s It COUNTY.1 donllnwl' COUKTione ; and $1.25 per adult in the $200,000 1 ndaTaylop I

Q \ 1, L lobby of the theater from 7''

Jlmro Voles AdnIphM.rW..e 1 'j '
bun.Runt .Jar CMon*, M, Hilnei city, and member of the Key Club. ter Haven hospital will receivea I made conditions at the hospital

Hrtlr sue Nobl*, 34, Halnea City The movie concerns a plot of federal grant of $200,000 for serious as far as parking area rom NDflll"ANN: Efl'ii1REENIAN i1Ifl1N1168UBiN1E11000LOR
l>urranr*. 13 wintor Hi NffiD \! 1 B rJ
Wake. .
INr sea PaLtI.1O God Cn .fuld. the Joint Chiefs of Staff to take improvements according to an and patient crowding Is concerned
Opa 2G. Wll, ,..., H..n. I
\ RohrtrinOlo' JUII'. il, LikeiaUkel 1A over the American government announcement from Melvin J. ,

1l41Q Cun1115 .u.oou 18. It stars Kirk Douglas Burt Lancaster Arnold hospital administrator i The board will take action

ftirne Jukaon Hniin Jr I*. Winter and Fredric March. Grove Park Shopping Center Acre Of Free Parking
Hiven: and Will Ann Owtm 111nuMiaa'vainVrt The news of the grant came within the next few weeks to

r'AoCt ... Lake. Judging the uniforms at the from Wendull Jarrard chair determine what improvements I

; land Lakelai and, Pr mreY Loot.II...... ". Thursday opening will be Mr. man-director of the Florida Development will be undertaken and '
v\ Vanes H....' Bnrrr. 26 Ludw0. and Mrs O. T. Bredeken of S28 Commission. In hiselegram to launch a fund- POSSibly'l DRIVE-IN THEATRES *
and MurNl Irene WMMYNI a. BlvdMother
a Lakeland Francis to Arnold Jarrard to match the $200,000 federal
J.r K.. Perdua, 24 LakelandBllrabetll and TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT TO GO OUT TO A MOVIE
? Cannon 5,immon. J>. l> .. I said that the money would be grant.

$ ,/ e. b 4.19f P. land Silts Plld : available to Improve and ex OPEN 6:15-SHOW 7:00.fJ'L
o \ Julia H Craven eierutrli. .1<:.. v. Facing
Hq 0 O, W W Holler et 11 N : \. woe ment sections of the I I U.S.
hospital Says
II lib. .. I Expert ;
sS ( .0': Ada Hichird-on vi Dinnto 11m r*
"f.l1lt ... pttOfPlOC'4 1010' Ion.u Prison TermIn I First Drive-In Showing !
c. Bdlth.nAnt.je. vi. Bd Coney. remove Funds To Be MatchedIn rj
1. ( \.Oo.c.\.' Should Send More STARTS TONIGHT!
\. Raymond Whit vi. R V Screen. ret order to obtain the funds
\)"'" *". INwy Death
Sl\\., n. K. L..nn Va Chirlle Oiy. rl- Child's the hospital must match the sum
nora tenor.NN SHOWN AT 7:00 AND 11:00
> Barton, Inc. To..I..P.r Fountain through some means of money. Men Into SpaceCOLLEGE
Jr, etc. s ., &
Bouuiwvu Houl'*, Ino..te '.. PrdHarrlMin CLEVELAND (AP) Mrs raising When the A Swing
civil! ai Hon. 1460Colitlrucllon
Newt Inc roc ., v>. Roy Beverly Adldns, 28, faces a pos The hospital has just receiveda STATION, Tex. WARNING I The fxciftmenf Btglnif
K Wllion civil action linoDv
- -. - Bible 1-to-20 year prison senence from Everett Jones of
Mae. ;TJl: :' ale '5.: Hu e,0 report (AP-Dr. Wernher von Braun,,i
rbr Ovvrbr civil aiwllllam as a result of the pepper Ft Myers, who was hired to director of the urge you to M.
I space flight cen- 'STRAIT.JACKET'rol
Kdward JohnMin, 30, Laka.land of her 3. Jockir" .
FT. HESTERLY ARMORY TAMPA and Lon Kar. Towlan, JO, Lite-; punishment year I prepare a survey and statisticson I ter in Alabama, says the United, I beginning In cederth

l land Hubert VanRuren Cipp.. IS KnUrrlM old daughter Kimberly Improvements needed at the :States needi to send 60 to 100 VIVIDLY DEPICTS brace yourself for th.

Coming MAIL 1O thru Hi lord, tl Ala L.. .and. Wilei Nanrr Patrala Had Mrs. Adkins admitted from she I hospital. Jones Is an expert on i astronauts Into space before It 1 AX MURDERS' urprli. ending)
the witness stand that
Randolph Ua/rall Hill 21 taka AI., 1 hospital planning and commune ,can evaluate the military Im, II i 5i
Ired and Connla Lea MatUii. I*. poured the contents of a peppershaker
I ity His will be of manned
Wlnler survey report portance
TO. PM I space
tumNN.nt hal lOX OFFICES Hirold Ll(.'d'oh tnut' n HllhlandClly : into Kimberly's mouth. I read to the board on Tuesday. I flight I A NEW/ 111611 IN HARROWING SHOCK-SUSPENSEI
and Loulka Olio (Choiutut JOHlvhland
TMUIH. mi m convicted of first-de-
wfD SM 1 She '
Car was - -- -- ------ ---
Carl Eivin Urlmiler. 49 Hablna Onlo' .. I
::l u.e'i.i: : ,wM 11. II and Paula uratU BMbmrva. '2. cm. gree manslaughter Friday by aCommon

mso'aMno\ Pleas Court Jury I II
BAT.. .A. 1H ro r M II.rd !ts Winter Ha :\OSilO" .:\(' III
i yen. and Dlorai Join Remold IT -
SUN. Mr IS-I.MPM. 4 I M r N. Winter Haven

MON KUr II-I M P N.CHALFEN. .\/ William Ur*ALL"cLAIl5iVenOOIIT H..Benjamin.... 'and' Lvnn Holland Bmllh 17 Andrr Win;':Former LeaderOf I THE CONQUEST OF ew Jo_C wioMOWN

prounl. y) kakaland D,If.ctMri
Millie Helli. dba nruhn 1 .. THE ENEMY 0,5 _._-
I ) / -- .. M'. Anna Maria. BoK"'. /2 I$0.lYS ConservativesWill
I R.h>h U 1'I."h.r. dba Pleuner AND THE A" 110 ONL'
t 11I \f\-' Co VI. Albert Pe onto aba prln"1 T ER
\ >. Metal Khoni tm n RTaR51N0 -
Lyon Oil Co. ills v. BUI Blal : CONQUESTOF
J..10. Not ServeLONDON
H Lion oil Co vi Jane H Cr> 1

i I.'H'" Llon ty15 011 Co ro r H. Hukhminq ,
j y ; Jr IJ4 10 (AP) lam i Mat 1 WOMEN i
w :, Sirs Nato Fred CMlrec, vi Ura Da KJomer Leod, former joint leader of the 4

Dean dba txan, Bporuj Shop '
Atone Conservative party who refused -
vi. Baraent M 3a ,
Dean Alton. dba pean 0 tfporU Shop to serve in the Cabinet of

Dt n'w HNemtoKmI:, |vi H 20 Bill Joynir, Prime Minister Douglas-Home I P' I f INr I

'l.2\- constituents'Friday !I' STARTS TONITEFor
I' pen Corponllon of La"I.nd told parliamentary

"- I no tar Harold and> Oaffibln M tartar" Bhoait and Jo Lakalaod rr.Cate. night he would refuse I I Three. Big_Nitei! f \

*, tioo how much distress .
again no matter -
Publl. lx>an Corporation ol Lakelaflorid SHOWN 7 00 AND 10:45
\ v.. Anna Ruch Burn ana rMpplui it caused the government .A.T. : . : i) i
Parklno Co. Inc, .94 SI' .
\ Public, Loan rorvorillon of Lakelanl and party. tmtJ. MCS iT&JN iJa :
r0. IoIlunlo Will ami Mid B A Rod .. ,
h...... dba La e Mired Prae.H Hu, Macleod 50, is running for r'S: \" DEJ:: :
'100. '
.U'.V'D tsars Parliament again in this year'snational

naaida MM 1M a I Tl Putt.. *Loan Corporation Bpd m.f D-Uol"1 Lakeland' .. election from Enfield;i THESE WERE : . .:
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.Mwnr ii M. a n onound Co. m"I "il" .TawE
Unrr,5erW. /c.or.1: tl II MTAMP 71 V O O: ThomuMm for Jack L Thomp- West He now is editor of the,, THE VICTORS HE.;
too, vii t R and Uorotby nilcn .
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CNILDR.N U"O' as HALF P.'C' "II I l..,

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Mocs Down


\ t A IIIr DolphinsBy


a vp t tt M a ta.yall s7I Ledger Sport Editor

Defense along with a 26-point record-smashing effort by Tint

Elsnaugle gave the Florida Southern College Mocs an 86-81 win

t SQUAD OF 32 REPORTS over Lakeland the Senior tough High Jacksonville gym. Dolphins here last night at the

Eisnaugle's 26 points broughfhis season's total to 533. top

ping the old season mark of 514 set by John McNamara In '58-59.

j j TO TIGER EARLY CAMP t I< He has ween the most rebound for a season a mark he set earlierlast

But on a parity with Eisnau- shots to preserve the margin as

gle's effort on offense was bril- Tom Allison Richard Leibowitz
I With 32 players on hand the Detroit Tiger Early Camp got underway yesterday morning liant defensive work by John and Tiner tried vainly to tie
at Tlgertown. Wells and Tom Dawson. tho score for Jacksonville

Most of the absentees are expected to be on hand by the middle of this week for the two Despite a fast-finish by the It was also the Lakeland

week session prior to the official opening of the Detroit Tigers Saturday Feb. 29 at Henley h Dolphins, who bounced back finale for Dick Kendall who

Field. from an 18-point deficit to cut coached Auburndale to the two

.Two ,players on the Detroit The (list of unsigned Tigers two seasons by an arm In- the margin to but 3 points, Daw- state crowns. Kendall will

roster, outfielder Gates Brown was pruned to three Friday Jury. eaM son held Jacksonville's big Dick leave JU after this season

and pitcher Larry Foster, re- when Bill Faul agreedto Mining yesterday were: Jim Pruett to only four points all probably to take a coaching
ceived permission to workout pitcher Brown Pete Craig, Dick Egan of them foul shots, while Wells job In his native Indiana.
LAKELAND TIGERS AND CHIEF-Thei. fog ,1.,.,. who were with the Lakeland' Tigers loir'
with the promising rookies and terms. Still unsigned are Jack Hamilton and Lary pitchers laminar get e few pointer from Detroit Manogor Charity Dr....... A fifth Canoe Lakeland Tlgtr, Jim contained Ralph Tiner former The Mocs will play the University
farmhands. Hank Aguirre, Terry Fox and : Ike Brown George Smith star of Auburndale's two Flori- of Miami
Doug Gallagher a at Miami
grown, was not on hand yoitarday but h duo In t his w..k. Talking'' .n the Early Camp with Dresses
pitcher reported to the camp Frank Lary. Lary Is due to and Jake Wood infielders; Pur- da State Class A champions, to Beach on Tuesday and at Macon -
loft Bill Lowii/ Mike Christine and Ron Chondlar. The ethers
ere, to right Dresses, Lorry Roai| who
right after it began to bring to participate In the Early Camp nal Coldy outfield. Vern Holt. but 16 points. Ga., on Feb. 24 against
played her 'lest will In tho farm training beginning' next month
participate rogulor
32 the number of players on as he seeks to bounce back grave Bill Roman and Jack summer camp And Co-Captain Dave Shlnk- Mercer Final game of the season -

hand. : after being handicapped for Whitehouse will not participate (Ledger Photo By HUlh..1Cubs' man went Into a hot spell In Is here Feb. 27 with Tam

in the camp. In fact, Roman the first half with six big bass pa. FSC Is 12-11 for the season

P will workout with the Tiger regg| kets when the Dolphins were and 4-4 in Florida Intercollegiate
xr> ulars when they report March 4. Hubbs Friend NCAA OpposesTV threatening and kept the Mocs Conference play. JU is 11

t Slants on SportsChoke Tiger Manager Chuck Dress out front so they could spurt 10 for the season and 5-4 for

aen Indicated he would hold with 8 points In a row by Bob league play.

dally workout beginning at 10 Grid Tilts Bowman Dawson and a pairof PLOPJIO SOUTHI-RN
J The Bat Killed In Plane Crash Pa PT PTA PP TPsTIenauelg >
a.m. with Sunday drllla startIng foul shots by Sam Schwartz >| 4 4 I xo
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... .- .. at 1:05 p.m. ,Th same to lead 50-41 at half time. .".n"m., .... a U i
schedule he -.added, would KANSAS CITY (AP-lThe fca- .h..1a .. : I i : ,
) The Dolphins led only brieflyIn 0.._ .. ... I 7 s 1w /
probably apply when the Ben PROVO. Utah (AP) Ken Christopherson referred to tlonal Collegiate Athletic Association .". I
And For the first period and then Eis .. ..,: so s 11
t Go Hits gals report to Henley Field on Hubbs, 22, star second base- tiny Bird Island five miles went on record Saturday naugle's shooting sent the Mocs'I..m. .. ..!
TOTALS ... ..
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1 Feb. 28.
t man for the Chicago Cubs anda south of the Provo airport and against television of professional out front by 18 In the second CKIOMVILLCpo.

Yesterday's drill was limitedto friend were found dead Saturday about 50 miles south of Salt football games on Friday half. The Dolphins bounced PT PTA rr TrMl.r
a brief limbering up session I in the wreckage of a Lake City. nights during the 1964 season. back to dominate the boards ;:;I :.fou :: I 4 a 1? 1 S ::
By JACK SLAYTON drills and I "raft .. ..... e e a 1
some hitting '
pepper ]light plane that crashed on a Hubbs and Doyle were flying The organization sent a telegram ,and pick up baskets on close-In P----------- i a o a s I
Ledger Sports Editor practice. Two former hurlers I Ion frozen lake near Provo. home after participating in al to all members of the Ju- shots as the Mocs played ball Johnsen..eibowiteAllison :: :...a s 1 4 4 S 4 i 11 10
Charles Dressen over the years, has compiledthe the Lakeland club. Bill Lewis The death of the fielding great basketball tournament at Provo diciary Committee of the U.S. control, killing the clock for the ..n.... .... .... .7 .i 0 i s e it 0

reputation of being somewhat of a Dressen fan and Ron Chandler, worked on I ended a bright career highlighted sponsored by the Church of Senate to check whether the intention final five minutes of play. Bow ;;
TOTALSf in us "
but he never misjudged his own potentialities and the mound with Chandler sidelined I by his selection as the National Jesus Christ of Latter day of the National Football man and Wells hit on vital foul *_. t>t halftimel roe 10 Jackson.

abilities. And that is the big lesson he's trying toget by arm trouble last summer I.[ League's Rookie of the Saints-Mormon. League to televise five or six 'III. 41Official". Ouell one Bwlon.
over to the Tiger rookies at the Detroit Early reporting no after effects Year In 1962.
Friday night games was a viola-
after his stint on the mound. Search Resumed A. J. Foyt Wins
Camp, which opened: its two-week session yesterdayat Indications point to severs Hubbs and his companion The search was resumed Sat- tion of the federal antitrust law Basketball Scores

Tlgertown. other players on the Tiger roster urday In Utah, Nevada and passed In 1961. Race At
"When I played at St. Paul those fences were joining the Early Camp. California at dawn for the If the plan is not a violation DaytonaDAYTONA ay'TUItOAY'The AI.COLLO... Prose

short and I was down on the end of the handle try Dressen added squad games plane, which Hubbs bought last the wire said then the NCAA Oueuesne TO, Carnegie, Ted N.Mwhprn .
BEACH AP .. ,..
( ) 'n.' or.
ing to hit one against the fence. When I came would be within asked that the committee con- .
up played a week year. He obtained his pilot's A, J, Foyt of Houston Tex. Purdue. II Northwestern .
to Cincinnati all I saw_ were: _distant fences. My the site to be determined at a license only two weeks ago. sider broadening the act to pre' drove a Scarab-Mecom to an. Wake Providanoo Perest 00...Ootcn. Virginia Hall T4 0*. tot).
longest hit was just another fly ball. later date. vent Friday night telecasts by Oouthern Methodist air Tonal Chris-
/ Weather was poor and visibility ) easy victory in the 250-mile ban 7Nelr. ..
"So I went up on the handle" Dressen grabbed a bat and Yv low when the two left Provo., the pros. American Challenge Cup race o.m..a Colleoa. ,00 Ot Pordhem Louis' Ts.Neon ....

demonstrated the shoke grip (most Infrequent now In baseball), Ticket RenewalsDue Hubbs held two major league The NCAA action put It In full Saturday. aeama_ M Tulano 71
.io OUte 01 Wisconsin 74.Pittseurvh .
"All I wanted to do was get It out of the Infield and safe I fielding' records, both set In support of the position taken by Foyt had a see-saw duel with 10, lyracuso. I*.
Feb. 28 ... ...... .1.
National Federation A n.
the of State .n. a
for the hits and let the drive In. By .......
went sluggers me 1962. He played 78 consecutive Dan Gurney of Costa Mesa "0.... Seufhernri 05 r .iII. SI.Carob .
High School Athletic Associa- (Cho.N1e5) Houston 00.ia .
"There are so many ballplayers now who can hit homers Deadline for all previous games without an error and "alif, for half the race. Then M..mj 55. U.
with theM bats" he pointed to the light, modern bats with season boxholden at Tiger handled 418 chances during the I tions In opposition to the professional Gurney's Lotus ford developed N 4unbn0 don..T.. Crown. Relhna' O4ro tI.Co'umb. .
TV The
the slim handles "But they can only hit a few They are spring exhibition games to stretch. I the members plan. of the telegramsto senate mechanical trouble and no one 1\/Ho'"..'.' .Teen s .1.Tl Connecticut, Navy 14.T ST.a .

not basic homerun hitlers. The big problem Is to get them renew their reservations Is The lanky Infielder batted .262 committee were authorized by was left to challenge Foyt the North role a Carolina. Cornell.Tl..te ... Clemsonrm .a
Friday Feb. 28 Bob Stein- in 1962 when he won Rookie of former Indianapolis champion. .
to do what hitters like myself did. Realize our shortcomings lou.ONror
the NCAA's Legislative and Television .....

Toeh 77 PI..ld. n 1.0.
and go for those base hits hilper assistant director of the Year honors receiving 19 ofa Committee. Gurney was disqualified forgetting ... ... John /M.V I ...
public l l relations declared possible 20 votes. His average a push start in the pit. Michigan. alto IOJ Iowa. 02
Smith last and wanted to be hen Or Dartmouth 41Ot
"George came up summer a .
..... .. ... ..
yesterday. last year was .235. But the lY1e Joseph (" )
ruling meant nothing '
homerun hitter. I said to him: "Look George! Just give me
Box seats then unsold will Hubbs broke Into professional HIGH SCHOOL
PONY LEAGUEThe Gurney's car stopped
those doubles and singles. Sure, I'd like a home In the ninthto Jacksonville Bnglewaod' 01, Oeale air
of the
be placed on public sale with baseball with Morristown shortly after the midway stop (West Coait Conference Pinalsl.PP.IOAV .
win the game but more Important would be about 175 to the advance sale opening Appalachian League in 1959 and Lakeland Pony League Unofficially, Glenn (fireball) ID. Vermont COLLKOKConnecticut ...
200 base hits. We've got the power behind you. You get on Field number of minor Penn. .u H..d ..
March 2 at 'the Henley played with a will hold an organizational meet Roberts of Daytona Beach was vole, .' Columbia 41Olato .
base'I"The boxoffice. league clubs before moving up ing tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the second In a Ford prototype; Ed ........0" a!.*. bartmouMTO N.Cornell .

new Tiger manager indicated he hoped to work with KEN' HUllS to the Cubs community room of the First lugus of Pittsburgh Pa., thirdin C.lu." 10.N. ..11.rewnI. l ... 7/-.7.Clam..rohnA.

many of the Tiger farmhands In improving their hitting. He Killed In Crush Both Hubbs and Doyle were Federal Savings and Loan buildIng a Lotus 23; and Charles Kurtzof V..n.. ... NrvY ... 10 CI a..

told them at the outset yesterday: "If you have questions ask Aaron 3 Strokes former students at Brigham at Grove Park shopping Clearficld Pa., fourth In a w...o C.Perot....... ..... .M..d North 77.N. .... ...

someone. We're here to help you and to Improve your play" Behind Leader Dennis Doyle, 23, left this north-'' Young University In Provo. center. Porsche RS61. N O.botr a (lei{!. fl. Ne/M D..... t1.
One of the youngsters who drew a brief session on using the central Utah town in Hubbs' Oouthern: Calif. II, Washington StateUCLA

bat to "poke it over their heads" was shortstop Ray Oyler. In Tucson single-engine plane Thursday .. 7], Washington 10lanford .
Open ... California' ST.r .
for "
morning their homes In Colton -
Oyler. possibly is the best fielder In the entire Tiger system. .eon* M Utah 72ragon .

But he's had trouble at the plate all during his career. Dres TUCSON. Ariz. wi Stocky Calif. ..none TT... Ooniaoa U. 110 00.....h.... Vouno
I I They got only about five .
sen Is working on getting him out of the distance habit and Texan Jacky Cupit blazed five'miles. try'esdd s.Orpon Stale T*. ",,,'. Tl
straight threes to wrap up his Ian Prancisco 10) Poopordine II
for hits"Chuck .
going third round and the Loyola Los Angeles, .). Oante t1r7S. ,.
AI Kallne said he hoped you'd turn the club loose capture Wreckage Sighted 'It'O''Y .CHOOI.
lead In the $30,000 Tucson Open
and let It run when the situation permitted. Do you plan to Golf Tournament Saturday witha I The wreckage of the aircraftwas M.m. High IS NJ.....n.,lle, JrebNA

use the running game where apropos?" six under par 66 and 203 for sighted on the Ice of Utah J.rY..nv//e J.cb..nnilLN/ Lrbor". 71 M..ml JacksonvilleJacksonville ...... f/

"Al knows that's one of my pet methods. We've got the 54 holes. Lake. just louth of Provo late 'o..t fl. DuPont H. Jacksonville,,

speed and when the situation permits, we're going to run. Of Closing with an eagle three Saturday morning by Harlon ...... "...,".. II .
Jacksonville Pamen 14
course, there's not much sense running when you're down by irdies and a par the 25yearold Bement s t a ate aeronautics a.hap. ".nn.. ft.Mcb..nYlle .
.....ul. 111, Jacksonville
8 or 9 runs. We think our defense will be tougher this year former University of Houston director. ;. 10"" ...

and that means those games will be close. That's the time star of Corona Calif. broke Bement was directing the Orlando.'...1."_.d._at.Orat ..... TT. Jacksonville
a jam of subpar golfers and Utah phase ef a three! state t 51 e]. ..ksenvills Linden ...
off up
when speed pays ._ .
h" i Leon N Panama City ese
finished three strokes In frontof aerial search that began Friday : N.ft. .
"We've good speed with Kaline Dick Don
got McAuliffe when Hubb's C'.u" II. aisle.ChrttrhoochN ...
Bruton-that be but he Tommy Aaron who fired 87 evening father reported ... .//IrhraaN Plorido
Demeter Billy guy may veteran can
and 206 this hot afternoon. the plane had failed to N.o
on .
C. SJ Orrteno Lo.err u
and Norm Cash Is faster than he
really fly-Jerry Four finished at 207 over the arrive In Colton. ..N/N. ,..sera NeohqN.

looks. Don Wert and Bill Freehan also have good speed We'llrun 49er Country Club desert course "The plane was pretty badly Janta Madison..10.... Or.oIehe. .1.VoniOraan ...
when we can." Cove ...ron.. II. PernO .''d.n.
George Archer of San Francisco up Lynn Christo- .achiron ...
Asked about his outfield plans, the pilot declared: "As of Chuck Courtney of San Diego pherson of Provo, a search Trenton City...II Jasper lake I)antler 40,
Demeter in center. He could be ball who flew r ... .ustine ... Live I Oak .
now I want a great play. Calif, Rex Baxter of Amarillo pilot over the site IIM' ...1..... .7. 40Hawthorne. 14.itarko
ere He can do everything well. I feel Bruton can do a good Tex., and Bruce Devlin "Some of It was scattered on Cr oni.... 40 13aplse .

Job at left. And that way I can rest him frequently as I have of Canberra, Australia the Ice and some went through C.d.r C..u. .Kay,. C 71 rrat.t P,,Oreo Rvr. TeY1N 10 JO.

1 I. good replacements for left field but no one for center. Kaline Aaron, former University of the Ice. ron Mp.ir.".Vaniee .n.u.IIfharlotto ." Mili4ry, ...

is Kaline. Muff said. Florida star carded six birdies "It looked like It came down ..ardor Sag 10. o.OSora nivor View, .. ...
from 12 feet before hard. The ....... Cardinel a. e7Nr.
"After the Colavlto trade I considered moving lakeWood ranging 2 to pretty wreckage was /Y..raw1 water C..".... ...MNn.Y
outfield but after I've going; over par on the 16th when scattered for more than 50 q tt.. Petersburg Dim.. NOulna1.. SL
to the we got Demeter droppedthat ......bu.. Ooca Ciegs 4'Claaroater .
notion. I know Demeter can play first, third and outfield he missed the green. yards. It was a couple of" hundred So v ...04. ... Paler*....P. ..MeC
AI Johnston of Montreal Can yards off the Island. ,
Duned'en .
44 II i.. It.
and Thomas can play those too. I want .
George spots ada broke the course record of .L/Mrh..t.. Nqh 71. SL .......u..
to keep Demeter In the outfield so I hope Norm Cash has the 65 with an eight-under-par 64, Hayes Equals Mark Large M Taraon It ....... 04
good year."Bob a.pr.qr s awn ? Y Miami ...." 44. Oou>hwnt 41
yet finished no better than 210. Palm *.acn 100 Lake Worth II
Scheffing (Tiger manager whom Dressen succeeded) Aaron of Miami N ori.nd 70, Port keuderdele
The 26-year-old LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) ......... 41.
told me Cash took too many strikes. We hope to get him to Gainesville, Ga., dropped two Sprinter Bob Hayes equaled his I C..., Caach Gables 70 70.. *.Jackson". 40'Varo ....
) cut that down this spring. If he does, we'll have a potent at- birdie putts of eight feet and one own world indoor record of 8 9 FREEMAN GETS HIS MAN-Bill Friihon, right, upocrid t. bo the Detroit Tigers first string I n...... aO McCarty ...Olatfe
tack. of 12. On 6th par 5 holes of the seconds In the 70-yard dash at cotclior rhli weion, takes. nil furs IP seeking. a diving tog o* runner or Tiejirtown ,..t..eI.,. Th. ,Columbwa Palmetto 71 71.Ooutn Curley Dado... N.
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"Our pitching should be good. We feel we might come upI incoming nine he hit the greenin the Maxon-Dixon Games Saturday runner h eefcher John Sulliven with Don Bryant loft of Jacksonville. end! Tiger coach Bob Swift Port Ho Myweod bud.McArthur. 01, South.h. *rov 41>ere)

two and two putted for night. The Florida A&M loofclpjf '''. ,...h... .....".. to AP Photographer Prestos Stroup, who let up shot "An wo .going P.IOOC coNPtntNco 1

(Continued on Page >D. Cols 7-8) birdies. flash set the mark here In 1963. to 4o that ana .,.i"l" (A* ... By Stroup I ........ 41 47, Clewisten Prestereot 11Oeerino TOUP.NAHMNT II.TIiERTOWN -

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LONDON (AP) -. John Pen.nel' sidered at the next conferenceof distance But It's not directed :
By JACK SLAYTON We were never In that position and what have you. Then In thing hit within towtnji
IT.toot.Inch pole vault the IAAF to be held In October in 12th All. anyone, only himself He
Editor last ," 1962 he left here feeling. as ); appeared gee
Ledger Sports year
and Bob Hsyes' Iecond 100- at Tokyo during the Olym- sixth Gold disgusted with himself .
'If you can keep away from good a. he ever felt In his Star game; because
yard dash were not accepted as pics. He said they were not recognized "It'i always been more of a challenge for me to hit with those slow start, maybe you life He proved it with a brilliant Glove for being on AL'i all- tie's set such .high
world track records Saturday because they were seton men on base. I know I bear down Just that much more will?" It was pointed out. start only to have his fielding team, second in voting standard of performance iur

when the International Amateur asphalt cinder Instead track.of the conventional when there are runners In scoring position," Al Kaline, De "One of the reasons I think season cut short with that brilliant for AL's Moat Valuable himself, He'a" one of the .u.
roll's perennial star and veteran of 11 Detroit seasons despite we've had those really poor tumbling catch In Yankee Player; named to all'star out time greats
Athletic Federation approved Fennel's vault of 18.10 made and UPI. If the past Is any ii>
a AP dilMc.
his youth (29), grinned as he munched on one of Mel Mur starts in the past la that almost Stadium before a TV audience. field by
number of recent records. at 8 official is just ,relt.Thlt'l of things to come. No a .
London Aug. was given dock's sandwiches The outfield star was an early visitor to every spring we've come Last year lie again departed "This guy w..j
A spokesman for the federation to describe be in uniform even before
approval. The vaulter Lakeland feeling excellent. Despite the only way the:
Lakeland in an effort to lineup a home to rent during Detroit'sstay here with a new manager. "
said the performances of from Northeast Louisiana State Now that he wants the knee he finished him i Middlesworth regular camp begins and lev
means to
Pennel and Hayes would be con cleared 17.'. Aug. 24 at Miami here this spring."I try everybody, especially In with a fine .312 year and shook his head in admiration. eral days before he's dub to
love that challenge. And I know I have more of an of "Sometimes he gets grumpy, report on March 4.
- -- -- -- -- --- the dismal showing
; . . . . EN. advantage over the pitcher with those runnere on base. Many a the new hopes, young of coming pitcher.up So with the despite the club, had 27 homers and

pitchers are not quite as effective when their windup Is cut- veteran pitchers lee only lim- 101 runs driven in. He was e
WANTED = down and they pitch from the other position The odds favorme ited service and by the time named top player In the Am- .

more with runners on base than they do with no one on." the season starts, they're 'just erican League by the Sporting ;
:: MEN WOMEN = Any doubter of Kallne's attitude about hitting with men on not In top shape. News writers along with

base would be refuted by a brief glance at the Tiger press- "By the same token, he pitcher Whitey Ford. Sandy If.
Me MM II W si. frmr* nw fw US. eivll .....1.. !.- times Koufax and Hank Aaron were
WMnlnl I* Ml.* .'.. eurtnl *>. m.l IS KiMMw.pxurmmnf book. la 11 seasons he's driven home 889 runs three wants the other veteran play
MltlMil ..v M kith .. M4 M m tit to ...ri. topping the century mark for a season. era to prove themselves You the winners in the National .
TKy .r.v,*t muc* *r..t.* w.ur .. _..l.rm nt .n.. League.
.. Uttl* >I ll a "tf' uwlicn or MiMrlMiM.u is wide The soft-spoken Tiger star
::::= any one spot In the lineup- plicable where you are In position position open. Each
.1 Ikn /.... asked about fan reaction t
we imwt MM a tot M..4. guy's got to win his job.' So was :
Mi** t* >n< In wrn ....> only .n..ut e/ No 3, No 4 or No. 8? to use them. They don'thelp 'IreM4r
tlimlH ='> ktln thMiuni rwirt 1., h: :: .*..fVMF "I can count on my hands the veteran player plays all "Do they ever give you 'whatfor' "
It It o ml the .rw.t ... MhMlt N hit much when you're getting the time. Unlike the pitchers up there in Detroit?
.w t't" of times
M rq kintf *ni It wet MnitMte* : the number I've
lOt' mil lfif..,,,.Ii.n M 0.___' ItM. litdiitfiii. IM ft ff In any other spot other than beat by a wide margin he gets too much work I "No. he smiled "I've always .
You.-will. and. alto..'::...full. Mf..eit,,.I.coupon on how.n Y<.:*ell I .t proooro>nM -TOO. '..V/; No.3. I understand I'm tabbed "But if we Can stay in con know several of the pitchers been treated very fairly
lor UIOM ntH >' fur No 4. That's all right too. tention then we can, I think complained about the situation by them up there"
N 1 .<. AOT NOMII/ I'll get an even better chanceto win those close ones on speed. ." "Why shouldn't they?'' was

drive In runs with good We've got some quick playersnow "How about the knee?" a the quick rejoinder "You
LINCOLN .Rvlcr. D.pr. 21okln men In front of me. But if especially with the addition question In reference to a knee never gave them any reasonto
I ,, J go back to No. 3, I'll get on of Demeter (Don Demeter ailment that hobbled him for do otherwise ; mI
.m vory mueH i.t ...).* .I.. .. _* m. ibwIuUly' sass and obtained from the Phils) and
:Ill A lot ft Ut. Oor .n.en..nd oolor...| t2I.brm... base and give those No. 4 the second half of the season. h. I've had my bad
t.en ., how U ou.l. y r.r.:, Government Jot.Nam No. 5 men a chance to drive the other guys. I hope they "I've been working out all :," Kaline departed 'oar a I,

:: . . . . . . Age me home. take the reins off and let us fall and I've taken special exercises posed picture for Watson Spoel-
"If we can stay In a position go. And I hope we get in a to strengthen It. It stra of the Detroit News.
e Street . . . . . Phone = where It's feasible I hope wean position where they can let feels good now and I've been "He's got to be the most

City . State play the running game. us go. You've got to be in assured that it should give me underrated player in baseball
Speed and stolen bases and the position to play the running no trouble. I'm at the usual ," the statement was directed
DBHHBIHBlBHBBBBIBBnBHN the running are only ap game to be able to do so.
game ., weight of 180. You know I to Hal Middlesworth.
:, I haven't varied too much from Detroit public relations director AL KALI NI
180 pounds. I watch what I and former Detroit Free
. Tlfer Saps, Its
eat but I don't have to be too Press sports writer
careful. The one year I "Let me show you something -
weighed close to 190 was the ," Middlesworth rummaged
year I had my worst seasonso through his desk and Finley Denies RefusalOf
IIF'1:4. I try to keep It about 180." came up with a typewrittensheet
*. j Kaline was vacationing In on Kallne's accomplish.
fr Miami Beach last month when menu last summer KC's Latest OfferKANSAS
National Football League officials This is all Kalme did In '63:

.; .- ':("','::'1' spotted him there at Batted .312, second In the CITY (AP-Charles made to me. The mayor Is the
the hotel. One commented and seventh .300
to league year;
O. Flnley owner of the Kansas one who has been the chairmanof
: < him "I
; : thought you were raised lifetime average to
denied all these
City Athletics Saturday negotiations The
bigger Heck in our league .309; drove In 101 runs second
night that he had mayor and the
you'd be a flanker back punt In league, hit 27 homers for rejected I city manager
city offer of a compromised (;Carleton Sharpe) represent
return specialist or on the suicide fourth time In career-four
!,'< squad" The genial AI homers winning games; had three-year contract for use of tician Kansas City-not a" two-bit poll-
had no desire to join the grid 172 hits for 283 bases both Municipal Stadium only hours councilman
.. pros. "I didn't play much fourth In AL, had a 16.game before the American League's Told of Flnley' statement,
football when I was In high hitting streak (August 1 10-29) lease-or-else deadline ran out. Maguire said he had talked with
Ifo.., school I broke my nose and and 14.game streak(June.16); The war of words broke out the mayor city manager and
that finished me." made only two errors (bothon as the midnight deadline set by other members of the council
Up to 1962 Kaline had suffered throws one hitting a base. the American League closed in baseball committee and !had
the regular "Lakeland runner for .992 average sec on Finley and Kansas City civic their approval to contact Finley
jinx" Each spring he was ond in AL and fewest errors officials with no indication that and offer three years
clobbered by some sort of a for season for Kaline (he's there wag hope of solving the Finley also classed "as a
malady-arm. shoulder knee noted for going after eve 1')- Impasse. I manufactured lie" a story quot-

Finley called The Associated Ing Kansas City businessmanAlex
Press and said he wanted to J. Barket as saying Finley
I' I deny that he had rejected a city hid offered last month to sell
offer His call came after JohnD. the A's for $7 million.

Maguire, chairman of the I "That's an outright lie," saId
I city council's baseball committee Flnley "I never offered the
had spoken with the A's 'club to Barket for 17 million
owner at his home In La Porte.Ind Tie[ club is not for sale and
J i .. and been quoted In this never has been for sale I class

: .' ky' rltl fo + conversation: his as a manufactured lie"
d .
sa a!r+ : Maguire: "Would you consider Meanwhile In Boston Amer-
three years?" scan League President Jo
DOOR-TO-DOOR Flnley "No, I certainly Cronin said that Finley did mi
CAR FLOOR MATS wouldn't. I think two years is rice automatic expulsion from
fair the league if he failed to sign
;Mt4.p4p: rq 4.vt #1 41 % The city previously had insisted a lease by the midnight deadline .
on a four-year contract Fin- .
ley on a two-year pact.
1 t f In his call to the AP, Finley
Fita aid: Kathleen Loop
most "I asked Maguire if he was
Meets Tomorrow
:$ ,1 ; i.renlr .-,. cars authorized to offer a three-year
l 3 o acs contract He said he had no I KATHLEEN-The Kathleen

authority to offer it but that if I Pony League (13-14) will hold
: H > vy duty Choice of reds
wfwd ybii molded rubber white, blue I[ was willing to accept it he I an organizational meeting tomorrow
Nonskid deign green and black himself would make an effort to I at 7:30 p.m. at the
,'f get the negotiating committee Kathleen Junior High School
? f ogether; cafeteria.All .
e y Your story Is that I flatly adults Interested In S\L'
rejected. I flatly deny that any sitting In the youth baseball

FRONT END ALIGNMENTS 55 offer_of a. three-year lease was program are eligible to attend;.
Piwinion wheel alignment
by experts. Part and AnyAmerican
__ torsion bar adjustment Car Sports SlantContinued
extra, if needwl

a t ;F ( from Page 1-D, Cols. 1-2)

BRAKE ADJUSTMENT $119 with some good young pitchers this spring. And we're look

W.'ll .djuat brakes. add ing for Frank Lary to make a comeback
rL..4.t' fluid if needm and repack AnyAmerican "I feel we Improved our club a great deal with those
.4. 4 ii I front wheel bearing Car trades We tried to gel a good utility player like Eddie

i* E wr Kasko but we couldn't get him from the National League.

Thai's the kind of player I'd like to have. One who can play

anywhere In the Infield and not hurt you when he's In there.
$095 Dressen scurried off tn assist in a coaching conference
We 11 aliim front ends with one of his players
bnlanre front wheels. P AnyAmerican "You know" the writer declared to Hal Middlesworth d

adjust front wheel brake bearing and repack Car rector of public relation for the Tigers:"I'm kind of surprised

I thought he was more of an egotist than he demonstrated 1(1

How to tell when you've "arrived"When 1 "That's a funny thing" Hal explained: 'Writers of th"
American League were of the same Impression when he cam

over here (to the American League and Detroit). And the

the boss's secretary knows how you take your coffee. O 0 were surprised to discover he used I not nearly as frequent)

A BC as had been claimed for him. And my gosh does he have th
"Yen added
N Watson
i AgQE Spoelstra. "You have to doss
CARS around to get him. Best time is about 6:30: a.m. He'l. bus

when you wear a new 1964 Light Color, e Chrome plated one."
The Tiger atslntanls to Drtsien look like something out
Light Weight, Dacron-Wool Bengaline Suit by 1'e C a Die cast frame of Tlgertown. All the Tlgerlown regulars for the past few

Snug lasting fit years are now coaches with the Bengali Pat Mullln Bob

Swift Frank (Stubby) Overmlre and Wayne (Blacky) Blackburn -
INSTALLED FREE Easily installed Dresses took his entire coaching staff from the Tiger
minor leagues. All of them have a sound working knowledge

of the Tiger players who came up In the Detroit system and
I6N4t those who are still there.

new Light Shades !I .....1... BRAND NEW Famous for Quality "1 didn't know too much about the fellows In the Tiger

system, so I thought I'd work with fellows who do. They know

Same VIRACLES start at $85 :.shat:: ; Ti..etO'1 what Apparently they're doing.Dresses" does too

Steet.CIEarg \ e.70.5 *

TIRES $1 O.Tube.trpe ISlaclt will Short Sport Notes

'Plus tag and trade-In tire off your car John (Boog) Powell LakeUnd only major leaguer
WHITEWALLS SZ MOno la back in town after a winter of play in the Puerto Rican
Y League The State Board of Control
has authorized Florida
11tf'e' S: Tubeless Blackballs '12
M4 University to expand Its football stadium from 24.000 u
e III LOW PRICES ON ALL OTHER SIZES 38,000. It Is reported the florida-FSU game will be moved to

Tallahassee With ABC planning on televising Frida>
9 Myrkk'i IO-D.; CK.rg. a I night NFL games the University of Miami may switch sorm

of their games from Friday night to Saturday night Detroit
M"I.k'.It.C.A. up to for MEN and BOYS General Manager Jim
points out the Detroi
6 month. to ,.,: : Tigers cut the
playing time of their minute-
: ttfont games by ten
121 123 S. Kentucky ; last year and played IS games in two hours or less. Longesi
People. Bonk CKorf
game of the season (9 innings) was Just over three hours
I: 202 N. MASS. AVE. Rick Ferrell, Detroit vice president said the strike lone rule
Florid, Notion) Bonk change might have
Ch.... PI... 1-HOUR FREE PARKING CENTER CITY PARKING LOT MU helped as players were swinging and no
64153LAKELAND I waiting for the ball' Tom Greene he's "Hot afte
(,....h... of $200 er ...0... (C.,. Lemon *"(J M....> several players In says
college cage competition In the Stan
, OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS of Florida. If the big schools don't get them we think we

------ -.- I come up with some good replacement for next year" .
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1 I LAKELAND LEDGER..._Sunday_ ,_Feb. It, 1H4__ 3D

1 Bloodhounds I Prep Group Protests Friday TV.Games I


Florida High School Activities

1I Association, through executive

I Trim KathleenBy a secretary strongly-worded Floyd .: -__

w National Football
JACK FLOWERS cerning plans to
night games next \
Assistant Sports Editor
I Lay said the ,
I Auburndale has coined a new spelling for victory It's 'Junction with the fa" r r r" f y '

ETHERIDGE. slate high school
A The first name's Booty, Is concerned with Y

) And Etheridge spelled the ion of the pro 'rr

margin of victory Friday night Into the area of
for Coach Bill Alexander as the left wrist In the Brandon contest activity on Friday

visiting Bloodhounds moved a and Colvin underwent surgery His telegram said."The :
Friday for a blot clot
step closer to clinching runner Florida High
up honors in the Southwest FlorIda of the brain at Lakeland's tivities Association,

Conference basketball race Watson Clinic Hunt Is a sen- 250.000 high school

by defeating the Kathleen High ior and Colvin a Junior. |323 members '
Officials Lakeland General
Iy Red Devils 6144Auburndale at ly object to plans
listed Colvin's condition -
M In
Is now by the American
behind undefeated as "fair" yesterday afternoon
the SWC Company to
Plant City 12-0. which already day night
n+ has won the title. The Blood Kathleen has two games remaining League games
before the Group tour
hounds would have to lose season
nament The Red Devils will
both of their remaining games High school
not lo cop or chare second be at Plant City on Tuesday have been .-
night and close out the season r
place. uled on Friday
Coach Don Miller's Red Devils Friday night against I Lake loss of school time
Wales at home Both tilts are
of who
removed all doubt acceptable,
would finish in the cellar. Kath SWC counters KATMLttNv for young people

leen is I.Jand two more victories This proposed I

would not improve its '\:: ::: :: TTTno the best Interest
The Red Devils are .v.i ...... e e e e ew L'on'o.
standing. l
'iit t i t a s
< 4.14 overall. I : :: e e e i eM to be predicted
: : ::
I eMcD
rd e e e
d The night was not a total loss ...,.*. ., 0 0I selfishness of a P w
I > n.ld' 1 S 4 C eMt.oor
for Kathleen The Baby Devils ::::: I e e e i expense of
...... .. .
the Auburndale "
edged junior IN... . S 1e.ilewae scholastic
varsity, 33-31 in overtime Clinton a a ..a a out the nation." ,

Harrison tied the score at TOTALS ., IS 14 eAUeUNO b/ .. The Florida High
31-all in the extra period for LIFa tivities Association

Kathleen and Charles Wood netted .*" FT* FTM* P s PTlr ao urges each Florida proved
: J
the winning basket Harrison -Meie. ::. I S a iJon. ., football coach and

took high point honors with .. 1 e e 5paoeu .''I principal to

IS while Jerry Richards had 12 rom ': t i e a : letters of protest 'lamout legend The Jeep Wtgon.er goes up sloop hllli, over rough

. ARKANSAS STATI BOUND-dry Mulk.n, ....."."'. end. for the losers I w..w. : : 1 1 4 I sioner Pete Rocelle.Lakeland uoo.d t.rrlln and through snow. and mud that ,suns

It., for the Lakeland Dreedneughti. hot ecc.pred. partial i I tchol.r- The victory showed vast Im TOTALS awn by "ii IL ii ii I tern* bawd "..gntd into in other can helpleti, And around slippery Sums that sass

thip to Arkonioi Star Univertiry. Ho |omt; teammate Dwoyn* or Coach ArtWright'esmjayvees I" NLN.uA'"i I /tAT I 11-4/ ihteillng, end ikidd.ng. it huge the roed with, traditional,

GI.* at Arkenies Sure axtell.. Th. husky 6-foot, 210poundndder who were defeated A""ND''L' le II.M II {.1141OIfooW.'lhln.t.n .,M. I I appeinlmenla' end eomioOsbl Jeep ,Irecton'

.. ... by Auburndale earlier in Team Plays .. ear. catrlet a" big adults plus
will count 1 In butineii "" i"I..tio" I Ledger the season 59.23. "then you ten Im.on., ''ft The b.g reeton It 4..wheil, Oriv.pow.r.*All lour wheels,
Photo By Porkint) action I The Lakeland ere power wheel"! Inttted ol jutl two Tabs a domonttrethingt -
When the varsity was .
only utomotive everhe.d cent
L completed EtherIdge a (-3 Kathleen Scoring play its second ( Tornid OHC .odeti epl,ontl tins miss. soon, You'.. moor ddvso a oar that can .0 the
season today at 2: this one cm
: forward, had 30 points on 12 trsnsmissuse' Independent tram
John Cox
and alx free throws, 4? .. .
field goals 15 II IM and power babas eel IM all
.,_ II 142I .
l II II with St Petersburg KAISER ,Jeep CORPORATIONt *
almost half of the Auburndale .. a'Jsap' whieio.1 hen
aalow.5 II J. 45 120IIh.
I ..... . Fans are welcome
: II 55 II 551w.ur
O'Hara Faster total. The brother of former .. ... It If If II .
Auburndale great, Frank Eth- I ,:'.. :::::::, :: l n e raN I game- without discover' 4-who.l "lVlPOWER'"

eridge, hit 12 of 20 attempts .....'...n .. .. 'If aa II 1ph.IN NE"r @.' ">. '"GONJ EI.t.
from the floor and pulled in ; ::: :::: : t i : FHA -

IS rebounds. ......,........ ". .....,..... .a 0 4 4 MORTGAGI N, Is w55 ..d ana.elelr. 4 whea dnv. t.M,
a a I
Than A Hare? ... , 1 .
: 24,Auburndale but Bloodhounds led at pulled halftime aheadin 31- 0....,... """ I a ins a I o5 0 0 FIRST Oh I ; T tii: .I.I'm"INC. JEEP DIV.:

i the third period, outscoring ...,.. le .. "stuviei is OUR
T'.m -417 1'0'nts r enw ,
..... tO t rmrd. 954 E, MAIN LAKELAND, FLORIDA
''no'' th..h 1/14/1. K.cord.ulh -
I 188. rn.ll. MU 1 HIT
Kathleen .. ...
: By ARTHUR D\LEY thron, groping for an explanation John Galloway paced the los Iw.n Orwell.... t1'. !... ml T r On. --. I
-- - -- -
@ :rw Fork tilllt'I "The foOr minute ing Red Devil effort with 15
NEW YORK-The historical mile was then an unapproachable points, one of his highest indi- ,, .

Importance of the event was Besides psychological, we didn't train barrier.the vidual performances of the season -

1 not quite appreciated when It do I $ trI\ .
way they today. :
The only other player foreither :
occurred but It grown o.
1 with mounting significanceover "I marvel at the modern team to hit in double figures ,1 AVE
athlete said Cunningham \
Auburndale John
was / .
the years Peerless Mel in life \ ...:
"For the first time my Wiegers with 10. I .
I | Sheppard blistered the rest of "
I've first mile .' .
just seen my The victory margin In this ...
the field with his sprint fin. under four minutes, my first contest was different than the "" f. ...:" ..,
ish and won the Olympic 1. 1
16-foot pole vault and my first first meeting of the two clubs '
I BOO meter championship at Hoot I ON E IN LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY NOW! \:
high jump agree which the Bloodhounds won, 58 A : /, \
London. However, that was
In 1908 No American has won with have Bonny different, though.psychological They 53. Auburndale was hamperedby NO MONEY DOWN NO PAYMENTS TILL MAY 1

this so-called Olympic mile barriers and they train differently the loss of two of Its start
since that fateful day, a most
erg Harold Hunt and Robert t

disconcerting I nation which happenstance always has to "I'd say the training pro- Colvln. Hunt sprained his Rid "
i .
has said Venzke
gram tripled "
itself Us milers
pride on
"I used to train once a .
But a wisp of a boy from day. They go out three times Ortiz Keeps DeLUXE AIR ( '
Loyola University of Chicago
I used to sprint through four 1
the year-old Tom O'Hara,
I awakened a lot of long dor spaced quarters "They sprint CONDITIONER ..
I through a dozen Title On TKOMANILA / I
mant hopes the other night, ..
coach discouragedhard C-
The little firecracker ht the "My COOLING ,1\ ,,' I' : :
work, said Cunning AP-Carlos Ortiz QUICKER
fuse with a sizzling 3:56,6: ( \I' ,
ham "The thory then was defended his world ,.' "
world indoor record In the lightweighttitle .
( L
that rested into ,. ,
Baxter Mile at the New York you your way by stopping Flash Elordeof
condition. It wasn't until 1
Athletic Club Games The the Philippines on a 14th
detonation was loud enough to got away from him and work round technical knockout Saturday .

be heard in New Zealand by ed extra on my own" that I night an ending that came

Peter Snell, the long.range really got in shape as a surprise to the 60.000 fans INSTALLEDAINr

favorite for the Olympic 1.500- "I know just what you at the outdoor Rizal football stadium -

meter championship at Tokyoin mean," said Venzke vigorous .

October and the man who ly nodding his head. "My When Referee James Wilson

holds the outdoor mark of coach at Penn was Lawson of Los Angeles raised Ortiz w
3544.: Robertson and he was so goodat hand at 1:44: of the 14th round Eli t t
his job that he always was without either I
With red hair, freckles and fighter having
named head coach of the
been down Elorde "
the innocent mien of an altar quickly
Olympic team We were con turned to the official to ask .
boy, the 130 pound O'Hara why."I
usually runs no faster than stantly arguing about my had to stop the fight or he NO i

necessary but the swift early training program. would have killed you," said r, 4

pace of the Baxter Mile trig 'If you spend your energieson Wilson PAYMENTSTILL 1

gered an Impulse which sent the practice track', RobI I The Puerto Rican-born New MAYI I l ii /1

him to taking dead aim at bie would say, 'you won't haveit I Yorker who won the title from

the record. The extraordinarypart in the race' Joe Brown. April 23. 1962 had

about it was that the kid 'Maybe so', I'd tell him, battered Elorde with hard lefts

was neither exhausted nor In 'but I feel that if I don't and rights against the ropes just

distress after he crossed the spend It on the practice track before the referee stopped it, '-'

line at the end of another of I won't have it to put in the Ortiz came out strong in the -- (I

his astonishing second last bank for use later on'," 14th and drove Elorde to the -

quarters "I wish I had trained for ropes The challenger still was

the one-lap jog we just took fighting back but looked hurt
It was an Impressive performance
and none was more around the track" said Bon. when Wilson stopped it ; a.t Iv r

impressed than the three great ny ruefully "Little thoughIt FW ,

old-timers of yesteryear who was, I pulled all the muscles .
In my legs and I'm limping
had returned on Invitation to
foot like a spavined old lady rl
bathe the winged gamesin ,
This trio had jogged one I d 1 II' .'
nostalgia. They were Glenn -' -!
Cunningham, Bill Bonthronand lap around the same track on IIII ; ;:, : -dk,.

Gene Venzke, all world- which they had raced in the .

record holders who had dominated Baxter Mile 30 years earlier. I 'o

the distance for the en They finished a ragged one-
yard apart although they tried -
tire decade of the 1930 s. ', oNFr
for a dead heat. The accidental ,
"What do you think delayedus order was Venzke,
?" asked tbe whimsical Cunningham and Bonthron WN

Venzke. "This kid just ran Three decades ago it was the I Nt
10 to 12 seconds faster than reverse although still under rq
any of us ever did and he
the same one-yard blanket
isn't even breathing hard." The crowd went wild at this I Moo

"I suppose there were nostalgic glimpse of the ancient
various factors," said Bon. NOW NTN
heroes And it went I
I even wilder at the one-lap solo $219

Sutliff-McGinnis jog of Jesse Owens, the win 'i ONLY LESS THAN
ner of four Olympic gold 1

Capture TourneyLouise medals at the 1936 Olympics NEW FOR "EK\tES--o' Reg. 289.95 FACTORY INSTALLED
"That little boy. 'O'Hara,
Sutliff and Neta Mc- ,available aL local Mercury outboard
will be tough to beat In the denim end brand new fat N.w, auto air conditioning for every buJgitG
Gmnis formed the winning com Olympics," said Cunningham l'Jb4! in this 30-HP Mere 39! A CHICK
bmation In the Thursday Draw- 46 COOLER IN 5-MINUTES Gina r.fr.ihmg, full-car cool,ng In m nuletD.hurnldrfi.1
Until I saw him run, said I sturdy one-cylinder fishing out- ., ,'
Your-Partner shuffle tourney at '' I hoard It has such "big motor"features
Venzke, I was thinking that ; THESE bah
br.arKe air
the Civic Center courts by win Snell would win the 1.5(10. But an Axed.jet carburetor, DltllT TltTIB at II ceolt-

ning the gasoline prize. 'propeller-hub exhaust, full gearshift II IIk 1 PIOVINl fe ATUditS ..performance
O Hara has convinced me I rubber cushion suspension I I \\l In __ AND a D.h... o'epend'able, -
With a jammed field of 26 think he can take Snell" 'and .II-metal cowling. The Mere Y Afl.r lining S'A bows In *. bald i
courts the Sutliff-McCmnis team After the race the young. :II, which hat a pinion dmplace- i' dna.m, *. In-car hmpwoivr. V D.numidifi.t w.ll at cools Put an end la the hoi tlicliy discomfort' of tummer

downed Walter Vanesky and ster from Loyola was facing ment of 55 ruble inches, I IA ideal 1, m I wood le t IDS S ikort sal Na ol tf Removet pollen, dull from air doming wIth a v.rnd.. auto air conditioner.Smart.

Harold Damude 52 18, In the his bright future with a new for liicht flhinir boat and an a 45 MW, in. hor rsmp.r wa D.lvwi| up le 400 CfM of air ly llyUd, K mok.t a hondiome addition any car
finals with earlier victories over of confidence. .ailb*> t Hiixilmry *" J r .r.fr.r 74.Tsars
surge i I ptuq.d to 11 dk.den( edjudabl.lowves, | Inferior Quality detigned, H lotion mognifk.nl
Beda Albright and Paul Kauf "I think I can do two sec I i + .d s b a .Ib TM ca rj full. cooling In mmul.i-mak.i driving aerate
man 31 17. and Cora DeBaugh onds faster indoors," he said I\ + ShAlam air eo dlMor n t Magnetic clutch aaaintl with freeze tfiormotlalguardt town or acroit country a pltoiur. Hurry In, yeti
-'- upM
and Frank Tollgaard 77 29. "and I have a hunch I can get tf3 I aol lukiwj d.Wrw k ssd rNy .,
Wod.lo. livartide.
be glad cK cV.d cod
Vanesky-Damude downed Eva down to 3:50: outdoors" That's ad..110' Irw koHnl dayl V Easy finger lip conlroltkrwnld. you

Bell and Wes Boadway, 4336 almost two and a half seconds

Ord Dunkle and franklin better than the New Zealand- MERCURYOUTBOARD NO MONEY DOWN SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

Battle. 41KaufmanAlbright. 18 er's world record.

defeated No American has won the SALES I SERVICE ,

Homer Quasi and Charles Olympic mile since Mel Shep I

Laury, S3 73 pard in 1908 Keep an eye on 1415 I. ferker MU 2.1759
117 N.
It was one of the largest Tom O'Hara. He could very L..k.l.sd I KENTUCKY AVE. OPEN DAILY 9-5:30 FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M.

fields of the season well be the next .

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D LAKELAND LEDGtR: I/ .. .. '. --wwor .' -5 ....
Sunday_ Feb. II, 1H4 :
_ Fishing And ,
RACES SLATEDAT Hornets Kill Bartow'sSWC

TAMPA By FRED W. 10NESHunUnlFlshlna
Runnerup ChancesBARTOW Editor

TAMPA-The "grand finale Some days ago we wrote of going hunting with two friends

of IMCA championship sprint The Names City bring eliminated Frosiproo. and Ledger staffers, and finding quail amazingly wild. We

car auto race, will be held today High Hornets knocked the Bar- 42-35. found several coveys of birds, ai we laid, but had little shootIng -
tow Yellow Jackets out of a Sebring had to come from behind because of their peculiar behavior
on the click half-mile dirt possible second place finish in In the final to win
quarter This puzzled ui no end because the coveys hadn't been
track at the Florida State Fair. the Southwest Florida Conference .
a* Frostproof led. 27-24 going
hot up or even hunted-obviously, since they were large
Warmupi itart at 1:30: and the basketball race here Fri--into the last period. Don Seba
Some of them flushed ahead of the others
coveys dogs
first of six races at 230. Over day night with a 61-59 victory. tion led the Frostproof quintet way
30 can and drivers are qualified The Yellow Jacket are 7.7 In with 14 point ran and ran and ran and one covey flushed across a creek

to itart. the SWC while the win moved and went down in some palmettos but we never could find

Jerry Richert, the fearless, the Hornets up In the rating: a bird when we went over there.

Forest Lake. Minn, throttle- with a 5-7 showing and two Devils Nip King Now we hadn't done any quail hunting for some years

jockey will be out to make a games remaining Louis Witcher but we had done enough In past years to know the dogs were

clean iweep of the event and paced the Hornets with 19 TAMPA The Winter Haven __ J J ....

: RO home with the Florida State points. Barlow's high point man High Blue Devils came back Tampa ass TI.... ...n.. rak.. I*. IOO4. Mil, ".... Sill' ..m.lU .
414 10. tills, *'M *""" '* .. "'' *"" "***' ''" *."... ****,
Championship tucked In from 33-27 halftime deficit 'ill'1
I, pocket. his hip was Larry Walker_ with 23.. here Friday a to Tampa ,::,j.,':-;:..." ; s, Z. *Mth' TtdaaT'VioT'T:..., 4.SS t....! law Udat,
5411NU5. CITY Oawall S 1--4. night edge lOtM .... Ililf amj ...n riaaa, >.eo a.mj aao *U ami maan Pl_
Shatter t.*-t. Wltahar .n-.I.. Cam.rrato King High, 65-64, In a Wes 40 ..ma tato '.,It o....
I L. t-U. Hardy. 4-1-*, Phalat ---.-.. THEY'LL DIRECT MOCS-Th... throo formtc Hoflde' lourtioni 0.11.,. (. ......tl start alldfrict I
TaUlt XI-IT- -01. ern Conference basketball tilt.
5151OW W.I0sSSSI.. S Rick Anderson. the Devils' working well and it wasn't their fault the birds acted like the diamond Mocs for tho '64 _..... Th. cotchlnf *toH. UH t. tlhtt Nick DUhm .,.

i ALPACA SWEATERS II Maanarham_n *.1-5-4 I_I. Clamant Haw.ll. 1155.P.C. I._.: high scorer with 23, sank the they did. We, and the men we were hunting with and they're sittont coach; heed coach M.I SmaluUy' on* ubtont cooch Ch..... Andtno Both DUhm .?< I

' 30% OFF M.n a._. s-1., .......TaUlt., tl'tt_10. winning free throw with five both experienced were truly puzzled. Andtno played for Smtltaly, who at.".' for tho Mocs docodo .... SC optnt its'soon M.....

sasses 551OW CITY. .. II II II II 21 tI '54-Si_1I' seconds left in the contest to Then a week or 10 ago we talked with another long-time 7 h-ro ot Htnlty' fltld 0oln.t th* Uftlvontty of Florid

BURTON-ATLANTIC nail the victory. friend and bird hunter-Eddie Firestone Eddie started tell

It was Winter Haven's fourth ing ui of his troubles this year

I HINSON BAGS 30% OFF I' Planters Roll victory in 21 decisions. 'We've found plenty of birds," he said "but the darned

things act crazy I They flush way out ahead of the does: Diamond Mocs Work Hard
: PUTTERS f/ i LAKE WALES The Plan,l -
: theyrun and run and run. And one time we even got upa
City High Planters rolled te) Folse Grabs FairFeature
! WEDGES, Ii 2 their 33rd consecutive Southwest covey and marked them down and then never could find even

i ODD CLUBS priceOPEN Florida Conference baa: Car Race I a single!

ketball victory here Frida So since he was telling Just the same story we had experienced
night by routing the Lake Wale I Tampa TAMPA won(AP-Pete the foreshortened Folse of we discussed the deal a good bit further. He, too, For Season OpenerFlorida

High Highlanders, 79-41. Florida State Fair feature auto couldn't explain it. He too had bunted In.areas where the

i 8:30 P.M. Mike Rollyson pumped In 2j I birds hadn't been shot up before. -
race Saturday after Jerry Bluny -
markers to spark Plant City. "It cannot be blamed that old 'Mexican deal' "
on quail
of Galesburg III Injured ,
: was Southern College This year's squad boasts moving Into positions where
iGCENTER Lee Debault was the top scorer In a flip that brought the he said "because the state hasn't put any of them out for lettermen veterans are
baseball team Ii hard at work numerous returning now stationed
for the losers with
ace to a halt at 20 laps.Blundy's many years now. And besides, we've been hunting these plus some nifty looking new Depth will be a definite assist
Plant City took the Jayvee preparing for the onrushing
car rolled over sev same areas for some seasons. comers to the Moos through the grueling
contest 7734.Frostproof. eral times and a flying wheel hit Eddie also aid many of his bird hunting friends had told March 7 opener against nationally Heading the list of returning schedule.

power and telephone lines putting him the lame story. "And some of them have even huntedup ranked University of lettermen are three A11-F1C Although the schedule Ii

Loses them out of service for in Georgia!I" he exclaimed. Florida. selections: Darrell Fulton, rugged the Mac diamond

: 1740 New Tampa Hwy. more than an hour. Blundy want So, we wonder if some of our quail hunting readers have The '64 Moc schedule lists catcher: Ken Huebner, pit teams have a bad habit ai

: 686-0613 AVON PARK Polk County's to Tampa General Hospitalwith had the same experiences this season-and, if so, if they can 28 games of which Florida cher-outfielder and Frank far as the opposition is concerned .

Jamie Jack chances of winning the Ridge a possible broken arm andother add any Information that might explain it. Florida State Amherst Col. Oktavec short-stop. Huebnerand and winning, ,
ion, Conference high school basket Injuries loge Furman University and Oktavec are only sophomores '64 should be *a'n diamond
Golf Professional Folse shook off the For the benefit of you who do not subscribe to the Game -
ball tournament went down the' of Jimmy MacGuire challenges of Dunn- and Fresh Water Fish Commission's magazine Florida Wild Rollins College should providethe while Fulton is a Jun. year on the FSC cam

drain here Friday_night as Se- ellen, N.J., who in turn wasdoggedali life there's an article in the February issue written by former sternest tests according to ior. pus.Plteharti.
-- -- -- Coach Hal Smeltzly The entire Infield i Is intact .
5. Muabnar' emit ,
the way by Jerry Ledger reporter Jim Hardie which is of Interest This season' veteran iquad with Fulton behind the plate K..l ....h.. Caaaar ...,.. T>rrr 5OS.
..,. .
Richert of Forest Lake Minn According to Jim confirmed by the local fisheries technicians will carry Into the '64 cam Jim Hardee at first base Ron Hal. 0.Hoaanfaldar,.... friMter II.. t111ftaadarmal .'*" I
They were running In that order Florida Is with another ..liken*. Bill Durranaa, Dwifht 055.d's. .
now experimenting exotic paign a record of being one James second, Buster Hardy tJ
from the first lap and until the species of game fish for our fresh waters. This is the pea of the wlnningest athletic third and Oktavec short Catoharu Darral Fulton, lot .....,
555, V..*. So, 05,4.055. *5130' t.
red the
flag brought race to ahalt
cock bass, an import from South America. teams on the Frank Lloyd In the outfield only Ricky
after 10 miles on the half.mile U.05ctd..s:: : 50150, 01..-. Jim 0... rdM. -
Mr. Portly track. These fish rather wierd looking are considered a prized Wright campus.Past Duncan was graduated last ..... *'Mtto". ace a._
Moc diamond in Bob ball hawk '. ,, OIlS,.. 5.011 505551.. 5
game fish in their native habitat and they grow to'good teams, June. Lee a 5..n, Ms.omop. .M .......

sizes-20 or more pounds. Several hundred fingerlings were competition against such aggregations and hard hitter who missed ou.s.m... .." a.-. ,.... M.,... t'aSSSO

released In South Florida and some have been released in as Duke Navy the '63 season possibly will Joe..: ...:... Do. Tom i
North Carolina Florida FlorIda fill Duncan's shoe Bob Bowman
the experimental pits southwest of Lakeland in the Pleasant TM_ CHSDULIIah
Grove Fish Management Area. State (ranked third in the and Joel Ledlow, plus .,ah Flarida.March ,.,
: '
nation last year), Yale Georgia Huebner when he is not on Plarida. IbaraMann \
wllli The is said to be bit It Plarida ttata tharaMarcK '
species "every as aggressive as our 0'
and the Florida will the Moos 17
Tech rugged the mound give riarida Otala ttiara .
native largemouth bas when striking at an artificial lure." March I* Valdaita' ..... hara ''')
Intercollegiate Conference a well I seasoned outfield. March II VaMaMa ...., Kara IN) .
It Is believed they might provide another game species for teams have compiled a 64-34 The mound corps is in fine March 25 21 Amharat Amharat hara hara ) ,

fishermen and at the same time help to control our Marah (0 Ftirntan hara IM)
V-Line sports won-lost record over the last shape with 10 hurlers vying
Mc,,, Si Ps,.., S... 445 C
troublesome gizzard shad populations since they are voracious four years. for starting assignments.. Ken 4..t, I ._n 5-. p
feeders. The 1960 season saw the Huebner Cecil Hock Ken ".,',",, 10 4 1W0 J.kaao.l4.n 't,5 tSlA (

Biologists say we'll probably have some results of the Moccasins on the strength ofa Murphy, Bill Durrance head Aanl aril:, II II riarMla Juatanvilla Pi::: .hara..".n mart fI:

experiments In about two yeara.Crimson 21-5 season being selectedas up the pitching staff A.II7M: ml.,,: .
"aril l IS M ami hara ( ) fI
District III independent representative Forty-six boys turned out ..aril tl Florida a>raaky'arian liar ..
you lookSLIM to the NCAA for baseball and some of the :aril aril 21 24 11.11n n.ll.n., thara hara U) to

Hawks playoffs at Gastonla N. C. newcomers show promise of _May M1e5T.palt.t Y.mp, 5,.': (1> r rr

-; Rout MontverdeBy I Robinson Hunting Ends Women's Scheduled Derby Today


you feelSLIM Ledger JACK Sports SLAYTON Editor I Defeats Next SundayTALLAHASSEE At Lake Region

HAPPY YOUNGSTER Rap High-scoring Mario Monte broke a fairly close contest wide un( Hunting WINTER HAVEN Phi

.ugfcx Jr., 5, of 2907 Bdlfaur, open in the third period with five quick points and then went totally of all Florida game birds and Reliford exchanges her pencil

Lskslssd' holdi' tw* specks h.co..ht 34 In leading the Santa Fe Crimson Hawks to a 72-33 rout LakelandPLANT game animals except rabbits for a car at 2:30: p.m. today In

in Scott Lake. .* Miteurl of a hapless Montverde Eagle five Friday night at the Lakeland will end one half hour powder puff derby feature race
at the Lake Region Speedway 1.
1 minnows out If The Bolt Junior High gym. after sunset next Sunday Feb.
the Old Winter Haven Road
Wall. Th. longest wolfhtd ant The win was the Crimson Hawks' 15th in 20 games. They HIGH GYM TAMPA 23. on 'I
mid-way between Winter Haven i
p..d. II ..."c... play Plnecrest tomorrow night at Kathleen Senior High gym at -Scott Shaw's scoring rampage Director A. D. Aldrich of the and Lakeland. 1'

8 pm. Friday they will be at Frostproof with their season's in the final three minutes gave Stale Game and Fresh Water Gates 12
are open at noon warm-
you c
/ SANTA FESCORING finale at Kathleen Senior High gym next Saturday night with the Robinson Knights a 62 51 Fish Commission said rabbits ups begin at 1 p.m. and races :
Melbourne Catholic. They play in the tourney at Brandonthe could be taken after the Feb.
group Western Conference victory over get under way at 2:30: pm.
following week The Pinecrest had been slated for 23 close until the opening of the derby .
game the Lakeland Dreadnaughts Besides the powder puff ?

SLIM o PG 'T TIO Tuesday but was moved up by school officials late last week. special spring turkey gobbler races also are scheduled In
Friday night.
r M.nlo . II sin H... -- hunting season In Northwest a
the class B and early
the from
H.w'on II U U 555 Monte lanky reruge sportsmen
'' Lakeland here Northeast and Central Florida
S M'.Iic'0-n.... .... .. 10.0 55 SS .5 ISa.. Cuba: had 15 field goals most of But the wiry senior got solid returns model classe A large field of
M.CI..... .. SO 44 53 r.'01Mu.hl. I his baskets coming on close-in support from Dennis Newton day night to play Plant's Pan, March 28 April 12. entries are expected for both ,

.... ... .. II II 35 54 II.1 ma 55MIII. tots-he was especially effective until he fouled out and John thers. They close their regular, In addition unprotected birds divisions. ;

D.5. at.w.rI4.kap. 0 0 U AI, with a fall-away Jumper Stanton the Hawk floor lead ,season Friday at the Lakeland I and animals may be taken at Miss Reliford of Tampa has a

C:',,,.,, '. =i 't i Iii!I I He picked, up four foul shots and er. Stanton picked up 12 and Senior High gym against the 1 any time In Florida. These are: been acting ai official scorer

5. '..".nkem.. I S 5 lost a point when a teammate his younger brother, Robert, Manatee Hurricanes The following bobcat red and grey fox raccoon -for promoter Harold Peavy,

Whatever your size and shape Mr. Portly tOTALs SI w 311 iit.1 stepped over the line too soon added ten to the Hawk attack. week Lakeland will host; opossum nutric, skunk however she will be one of the r
7... ....... '0'. the Group J, Class AA squirrel, English
5Imd.. ..,s.. ., 5/54a4. after he had sunk a free throw.DOM7 : Stanton and Mark Mlslaszek Region flying sparrow eight women driven entered in r
handled the floor attack for lit tmirnev. nlavlna Kins In (hit armadillo. crow rats mice
the derby.
V-Line Clothes scientific bat.once"
wjth "body the winners. second game at i 5pF: b. molea, bats, shrews, and buzz I>

28. Brandon and Winter Haven ards.
The Eagles, who are now a,
in design and tailoring will fit and p
dismal 2-18 for the season,, play the opener at 7 p.m. with

(jumped off to a quick 4-0 lead i the two winners meeting I p.m.
flatter you. This scientific proportioningslims I but the Hawks ran up 12 straight Feb. 29 for a berth in the Region Lakeland Cagers -'k t
for lead III finals at Tampa Chamberlain -
MISS points a they never relinqutahed. -
the waistline and slenderizes the Early in the first gym. Seeded In Meet

half the Eagles were woefully Friday's defeat left Lakeland

hips. Wide variety of quality fabrics in TIGERS THESE 1 inept at the foul line as they wllh a 13 S record overall TAMPA-Two Lakeland teams
missed 12 times. and 8. I In loop play. (
ore seeded No.1 and No.2 in
designer-approved patterns and colors. AT I Early In the second quarter, Shaw finished with 17 points the: Tampa Independent Open (
but i of the 17
eight came after Basketball Tournament which \
Montverde cut a 13 point
I Lakeland had tied the 52.
Hawk lead to eight points but score begins at 7:15: pm. tomorrow
Suits 6250 12'FitiT Monte collected a big basket. 52 and seemingly were on the Dick's Auto Sales of Lakeland -

Mlslastek got a free throw and verge of knocking off the Ii leeded No. 1 and Polk II'

Monte scored again to send Knights. Chuck Spnetsma topped Electric of Lakeland Is seeded .

Sport Coats 3750 Santa Fe out front by 12. Once the winners with 21 and second. Rounding out the
Randy Smith contributed 19 i
again the Eagles rallied on the to tournament will be teams from

shooting of Bert Roberts, who the Knight attack. Tampa MacDill Field Plant
sunk four straight foul shots, City Clearwater Largo. Brad-
with II Dan
LONG STOUTSIN to close the gap to B. But John was Sherman JoeShelnut colon Bartow, Palmetto and
had II and I
Bob Oen-
Stanton connected on a neat Winter Haven. :
SIZES 38 TO 52 drive-In and layup and Monte's brink, 12, for other double. Tampa Roofing Is third-seed ,

I basket plus' Stanlon's field figure scorers for Lakeland. ed and Standard Oil of Clear- Jt

Minnesota Twins . . Mar. 14 goal almost at the buzzer gave Paul Jackson ran Into foul water is seeded fourth. Jf

SIZES 54 TO 60 AVAILABLEBY Santa Fe a 14-22 lead at half- trouble and saw only limited Some of the former high Ji
St. Louis Cardinals . Mar. 16. time. I duty before fouling out. Afterhe school and college stars from

SPECIAL ORDER New York Mets . . Mar. 19 Then Monte started his scorIng -, fouled out the Knights went the Lakeland area will be com i
on victory. '
Cincinnati Reds . . Mar. 20 assault and Monrverde's offense 1 Robinson is 147 overall and,peting In the tourney Len Riley PHYLLIS RELIFORI
and Mack Mullis. former
t:: Houston Colt 45s . . Mar. 25 the slipped third period to but and five only pointsin six s-s In league play. I Southern College stars, are- Derby Disr c
No Down '"_''. U* T. Six; MonthiTe :) I Lakeland's Destroyers chalkedup of
members the
.. ._ Los . in the final quarter Tampa Roofing
Angeles Dodgers Mar. 26 a 66 51 victory. Hank Bold-1
: : Po*. Ui. Yr Bank Cr.d> Plan .squad. Ronnie A kin s. who
Chicago White Sox . . Mar. 29 I Only seven Eagles made the ing had 19; Steve Stutts, IS and'played with the Lakeland High Ohio Duo Pitted
trip and when three fouled out Larry Smith, 12, to lead the e-

Cincinnati Reds . . Mar. 30 the Eagles played the last three I,Destroyers. state Andringa champs the in ex-FSC 1957. and performer James. In Drag Feature
LAYAWAY minutes with four and the
Milwaukee Braves . . Mar. 31 men LAKSLANO KOtlNOON, led the Polk Electric quin.
last minute with only Jhree I <. ft t. ........... I* I tl TAMPA of
CHOOSI NOW A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY New York Yankees . . Apr. 1 bonafide cagers on the floor. .harman T S t It thaw TITtHMnul Itet.I Dick Dayton t
lllOvarturf 5 I 5 Polk Electric will meet the Ohio and hometown rival
MERCHANDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED. Mike Altenberger with I 15 aiek O S 55m,5. a as*I
Philadelphia Phillies . Apr. 5 J..k_ lit OrancH 000 Largo Merchants at 1:15: p.m. Larry Miller will be featuredin
led the Crimson Can eIlC..dm
Hawk 1.3
points .,, in the a best two-of-three Mr. Eliminator
Kansas City Athletics . Apr. 9 jayvees to a ,44-33 win over ...rr.i: i 3 1 53 lnaaMt HW. III Monday opening round
while Dick's 2 to-
,, 53W,. 000 Auto Sales will not match race at p.m. p
Montverde. The jayvee recordIs __ _' play until 1:45: day at the Tampa Dragway
TOTALS tl It 10 TOTAL tl It U p.m. Wednesday
Open Friday Night Til 9 now 173. am.. ky tuartantLAKILANB against Gene's Upholstery of located on U. S. 92 East three
lex Office Open Deify Btahiniitf March 2 I* IT It il-U Bartow. miles east of 301.
I MONTVinOtra 110.1010. II |. II ItOttiaiatoi highway
P1PTA PP T" Kautman and II.......- Bob Hamilton of Tamps
: :: .: .: i I Price Y.
1'PmI o s
s Turner of Utica. N.
"nMn ... .. .. i 11 a 11 f
(Pill Out This Cwipo And M.il lila. Fab. 26 t* Th.mss.l .. S S 1 S S Players SoughtAll Hoyt Grimes of Atlanta* Ga.::

O.trelt l B.Mb 1 Owaad p.be.:: .... .::. *I I I eel S S DREADNAUGHTSCORING and many other. top drivers tare

'- .' :rindar . : : I J a S 4 baseball players in the expected to. compete for

:= : T_'. .. IS 14 14 tlANTA Plant City area interested in the Top Eliminator first place J
I' Please Roatv For M* S..ss T AH Ga I joining a semi-pro team
( Fl are prize money.
(8 $24.00 per M.t. r 0 FT rr. rr TPManiar S PC PT T. asked to attend
I practice at 2 The
MeClant, .. e I e I 5 Sh_... .. .. ii 525 .r 305 high powered dragsters

r NAME . . . . . . . . .J. Nawtan ': :. .: :: S 5 *I 5 t 4 S *::.:. ..... !: n 4.22 Hil p.m. today at Adelson Field. are expected to reach speeds up
OmitK .. . 0 0 1 'I : ; ::::; 43 I J. G. Mays is manager of the to 180 miles per hour for the

ADDRESS . . . . . . . V."on"-.. .. ... .... .. IS 1 4 I .S 1 S .I Ourdattanaroili :::.V:.I;. IS* 5>l r IS>? 'U Plant City team which competed quarter-mile straight-away.

207 EAST MAIN STREET FIRM . . .v . . . . . ...n.:.:... ". .'. t t I i i U C!,*- : :::: : :: 31 2> ;:1 In the Tampa Bay Semi-Pro Many of the dragsters com f
:- :: : Ii I 5.141.I . 34T..Is 'League last season. Mays says peting at Tampa Dragway today -
: : TlTOTAt
50 Tsar of Qualify Service fa Men la lbs takefand/ Ana PHONE NO . . . . . . .I 1..0' 11.-. 4 ItTatalt ':V.'on", :.::. I SMa 0 the club will play an independent will be attending the J I
I. :: :: : :: I M It 14 M Tl5Sr7WBrlWiS 'I S5ad II. P schedule
.. .. ... . year with ,N A SCAR Winternationals at I
II II II I it5? "._iaa 41 MlIneludat Mi |]44Taam hopes of hooking up with another I Daytona International Speedway \

I Otftcisiita Kt-tcMfnvyftr .ntj Hilt* lamat af 2/I4/S4. I league later. C


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LAKELANDJerry the Marine Corps Recriiit Depot, Winter Haven Eagle Lake a cook, Is assigned to the 63rd
Parris Island, S. C The tram Troop Carrier Wing at Hunter

Provident Life II. Earns, 21, son of Mr.. hog includes drill, bayonet tram Army 2d Lt. Jerome F. Keefe, Marine Sergeant Byron W. AFB, Ga. The airman so of

and Mrs Grady C. Farris 01 ing, physical conditioning, parades -son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph E. Conner: son of Mr. and Mrs. O Mrs. Daisey L. Bryant of 675
Cites 63 Gains 2318 Marjorie Road. Lakeland, and ceremonies and other L. Conner of 75 Eagle Ave.. Midway Ave, Lake Alfred, is a
Keefe 1912
began basic training Jan. 23 at. military subjects Three week Havendale Blvd. Eagle Lake, Is serving with graduate of Jewett High School
Provident Life and Accident the Naval Training Center are spent on the rifle range fir- Winter Haven, was assigned in Marine Air Support SquadronOne Winter Haven. His father Leroy

Insurance Company made outstanding Great Lakes, 111 During the: Ing the M-14 rifle and other In- mid-January to the 1st Armored Marine Wing Headquarters Jones, resides In Lakeland.

gains in all phases of training recruits receive test, fantry weapons I Division at Fort Hood, Tex. Group Two at the Marine Corps Editor's Notts In last Sun.

its operations In 1963 it was an- and Interviews which determine, Pvt Edward H. Rice, son 01 Lieutenant Keefe, executive of- Air Station, Cherry Point N. C. day's In The Military Service
nounced through Martin and their future assignments In the, Mrs. Evelyn G. Schiff, 2507 Squadrons based at the station column, Mrs. Shirley T. Wolfe,
ficer of B 1st Battalion -
Associates, Inc, General AgentsIn Navy. Upon completing the program Derbyshire, Lakeland completed Company provide air support to infantrymen of Lakeland, was incorrectly
,i Lakeland. they are assigned to service .. eight weeks of advanced Infantry of the division's 81st Armor, of the'Atlantic Fleet Maine identified as the mother of Sam-

Provident'76th annual report schools for technical train.. training at the U. S. Army Train entered the Army in September Force at nearby Camp uel R. Wolfe, of the U. S. Navy.

shows asset Increased by $32 ing or to ships and stations for Ing Center, Fort Gordon, Ga, 1962 Th) 23-year-old officer is .ejeune.

million to more than $301 mil one-the-job training In a Navy Feb. 10. Rice received Instruction -a 1958 graduate of Winter Haven JOYNER'S JOTTINGSGood
lion in 1963. A net lain of $454 rating specialty in the various phases of .
High School and a 19G2 graduate Mulberry
highly technical skills his future
million in life insurance in force James D. Matfett of Lakeland,
brought the total at the end or has been promoted to airman work In the Army will requireof Dame of Ind.the University of Notre Pvt. Robert L. Barnett, whose morning! There are

the year to' $4.36 billion. New second class in the United States him as an infantryman. The21)yearold Pvt., James R. Hubbell son parents, Mr. and Mrs. W E. times when most 01II find

life insurance sales In 1963; Air Force. Airman Maffett In soldier entered the of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Evans, II veinMulberry it necessary to watch our expend
amounted to $562: million an Information In the Army In September 1963 and .
specialist com
Hubbell, 2007 Ninth St., NW tures as closely as possible
completed basic training at Fort
Health Insurance volume -63rd Carrier pleted
premium Troop Wing .t I eight
Winter Haven, completed eight At the same time
Jackson average
S. C
He is a 1961
exceeded the $100 million Hunter AFB Ga. The airman advanced weeks of advanced -
mark for the first time reach son of Mr. and Mrs. Nlm F. graduate of Lakeland High:weeks of training asa I infantrytrsining family Incomesare
radar the
crewman at Army higher now
ing a total of $109 million. This Maffett of 1023 E. Lexington St., School and attended the University -Air Defense School Fort at the :
Bliss than ever before
Was an Increase of 12.9 percent Lakeland, received his B. A. degree Florida in Gainesville Tex. Jan. 24. the U.) S. Army 7-,
and surpassed the previous from Florida Southern Colege. Hubbell received Instruction in Training Center, To offset this,

year's figure by $12 million He Is a member of Kappa tracking and observing targets Fort Gordon, expenses are
The company made 870,000 Pi Ga.. Feb. 10 higher, taxes
Instruments and
using optical
benefit payments amounting to Donald Ray Varner, son of in the interpretation of radar Bsrnett reeived are higher, and

$118.5 million during 1963 or an Mrs. Hilda Varner of 504 Monti scope pictures. He entered the Instruc' _ have we as a included people

SYSTEM IXPU.INED-Gi''" V." Duy"., ,..... meneetr el average of 3,442 payments each cello Ave, Lakeland, enlistedIn Army last September and completed tion in the var- and

LlnJer Irrlfotian, ef Winter *4....., demonitretM a new Seaua- working day.Insurance. the U. S. Navy this month. basic training at Fort bus phases of BARNETT more items In more our

Metis Irrigation valve to ont ef 400 penem who .trended the 1114atefnenerrerioit Varner is presently undergoing Gordon, Ga. The year-old highly technical budget as nee*
skills his future work In the
I in 0...." Graves, Inc. Lake County Grays this week, recruit training at Great Lakes soldier Is a 1963 graduate of will .11 111 I Ie. that
of him
Army require
Ill. as an
Th.' .sIvs wai perfected by Food Mochintry 6 Cliomicol Corp Men Winter Haven High School.
Jr.formerly wereconsidered
Bobby L. Collier of Lakeland infantryman. He entered the Tate J.yntr,
John (ton Division. has been promoted to airman at Army last September and completed luxuries

To Attend Meet first class in the United States DavenportLindy basic training at the fort. To sum It up we must

Air Force. Airman Collier, son The 17-year-old soldier attended pay as little as possible for the

New Irrigation Valve Twenty-one representatives of of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Collierof Rice Vandeventer R. Gill seaman, USN. Mulberry High School. things we buy, provided of
that the item will
the Southeastern Combination 1012: N. Stella Ave., Ukeland ton of Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Gill course, accomplish -.

Viewed Grove OwnersMore Agencies region of American ia assigned to the 38th Combat Marine Corporal Robert W. of Davenport, returned from the Lake Alfred for.the thing It was purchased

By National Insurance Co., will Support Group at Sembach AB. Vandevent, of Lakeland, received -Mediterranean area aboard the
hold a management seminar in Germany as a data processing the Meritorious Mast amphibious command ship USS Leroy E. Jones Jr., of Lake" This brings to mind a statement .

than 400 citrus growers which was engineered and designed the Tampa district office, Feb. machine operator. The airman award for outstanding work in Taconic completing a tour of Alfred, has been promoted to I by John Ruskin which

and Irrigation engineers and by the John Bean Division -' 1415.: .. attended Lakeland Senior High establishing an accelerated processing duty with the Sixth Fleet. The States airman Air first Force.class Airman In the United JonesLET I"I seems to be worth quoting here
of Food Machinery & District and assistant district School. procedure to release Norfolk based ship visited many "It's unwise to pay too much,
this week
suppliers were shown Chemical Corp.Following managers and supervisors from Airman James R. Catherman, reservists from active duty. Mediterranean ports of call and but It's unwise to pay too little.

the new automatic sprinkler system a noon barbecueand I Daytona Beach, Tampa Lakeland son of Mrs. Betty Jean Gather Vandeventer's mother, Mrs. helped further the President's, US REPLACE When you pay too much you

being introduced by Food film presentation of the new Orlando and Plnellas Park man of 1445 E. Lemon, Lakeland William Clickfield, of Lakeland People to People Program in ,lose a little money. When you
will attend, W. W. Cherry is being reassigned to received that area YOUR BROKEN little sometimes
Machinery & Chemical Corp. solid set irrigation system the senlor notice of her sons pay too you
vice and directorof Indiana University at Bloomington award Marine Private First Class
and tinder witnessed the in president recently. Vandeventer Is AUTO CLASSAUTCTGLASS. lose everything, because the
Irrigation accordingto group system
Combination Agencies laid for technical training as a stationed at Camp Lejeune, N. Peter A. Rust, son of Mr. and thing you bought was Incapableof
Giles Van Duyne, Linder operation Inc., in Lake In an County.Ogden Groves,: at the home office in Galveston, United States Air Force communications C. He entered the Marine CorpsIn Mrs Gordon M. Rust of 11 Cypress -. doing the thing you bought it

general manager. I Texas. analysis specialist. 1959 and Is making the service St., Davenport, completedFebruary 'to do. The common law of business
tinder Irrigation of Winter Haven "We're highly pleased with The seminar group will be Airman Catherman, who enlistedin a career field. He Is a graduate 7 the Ground Con-1 I balance prohibits paying a
is the exclusive distributorof the enthusiasm those in attendance headed by N. C. Ell.., CLU of the Air Force a short time of Lakeland High School [Tolled Approach Electronics little and getting lot-It can't

the new Sequa-Matlc valve had for the system" Van St Petersburg. Southeastern regional -ago, has completed his Initial where he was a member of the Maintenance "C" Course at the I I be done. If you deal with the

Duyne said.Others I director for the com' basic military training at Lack Dreadnaughts football team He Naval Air Technical Training lowest bidder, it's well to add
LEGAL ADVtftTISCMINT aiding In the demon pany. land AFB, Tex. The airman Is is married to the former Carol Center, Glynco, Ca. A graduate something for the risk you run.

NOTICE I'nd.. and Or by SHERIFFS Mrtua .ol SALE stration were Don Phillian, gen Those due to attend IncludeM. a 1963 graduate of Largo (Fla) Jean Casity and Is the father ofrhilrtrpn of Homes City i High School, Runt And if you do that, you will

rutlon laiiwd nut of mid under.n.x.thraval eral manager, and Dave Powell -] R. Johnson R. C. Benton I High School two"" entered the service. i in. May. HO ,1962H1_ 'have enough to pay for some

nf the Circuit .Court' of Polkcnintv. sales manager, of Food Ma- D. B. King M R. Elliott andB. Marine Private Joseph P. Leo D.:Pi; son, 17, son of Mr a . I II thing better"
< 'ata under r. .
data or : I"'OIt7. ;.$fa.W': chinery & Chemical John Bean A. Dickey, of Lakeland. Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs E. and Mrs Theo E. Pierson of I I
4..orlalea Invrntmrnt Cn. In "lain. Division. R. Fields of 703 Hull St., Lakeland 207 Griffin Ave., Lakeland began MASONITE Most of us have purchased
tiff and W acorn* W annian, indrtandant is scheduled to complete I items from time to time that we
I have lovl.d and Using water only to training Jan. 30 at I
upnn power
Grmt,tt Name In
will offer far oil. and It'll toMghmt the turn one sprinkler off and the Women Voters Set recruit training February 11 at the Naval Training Center, thought were bargains, only to
I find that wouldn't do the
and brat blddrr for nat Great Lakes Ill HARDBOARDAND : they
tha front tInny of tae Court next sprinkler on, the Sequa- I
job They wear out too quickly
IIOIIM at Bartow. polk Countp.I"lurlda During the training recruits I All Installation rnada by
on tha 14th dRY of K<.bnmry system moves Three Tax AssessorTo receive tests and interviews 1 aspIre workman. CompUta or fit poorly, if the items were
196*. tba aama bring a local across the grove by use of amaster MeetingsFor : PEGBOARD atock af factory patterns clothes They break easily,
aatre dIV at 1 :30 pm. whkr time clock which determine their future assignments
la balwarn th* lal aala boura off far .11 makes ., ears wouldn't produce as claimed or
\CVCOO clnrk A, M. and two Major cost-saving features ol This WeekThe Assist Area In the Navy Upon I We Hove All HxtvilPontl II something else was the matter
completing the Wa ,In stock fall'
orlorlc P M of said day, tha folInwlnr program they carry '
the system are: underground with other items. We at the
dearrlhd property. to aatlaTV are assigned to service schoolsor That Dm II channel 'rynntn ", .t.1
aald t mention and coin tocma wiring is eliminated smaller shipsland channall and regulators.EiMmotoi :Joyner Lumber Company wantto
technical Board That II
training to
or Peg
"II: of
and sizes than subject legislative re- Here build remodel
pipe pump con- Taxpayers help you or as
195ft Vnnrr TralVr, IDaUI. stations for
on-the-job train Room sladlfurnlihod'
ventional the apportionment will be studiedby Utility I 'economically the
TC #8h7Ua. mi Uc systems, automatic as possible, at
ing In a Navy rating specialty without .kllf atieri.
4-0 730 No limn Mar b.
a the three discussion
features cut labor costs, and groupsof same time we want you to save
wen at rakrlaml' Ford <'oMONROW .) BARTOW Tax Assessor Marine Corporal Coley Hills, OXFORDLUMBER :
BRANNEXtthrrlff water is controlled by time: the League of Women Voters James : money In the long run This can
of I
L. Rotten yesterday re son Mrs. Irene Copeland of
of Polk Count this
clock to excessive week. CENTRALGLASS be done if the materialsare
save water- proper
f-InrlriaBy minded Polk Countlans that he 332: West Seventh St., Lakeland, I I
: 1-AKbW. DIVCLAIRE ing. The Lakeland group will meet used. Let us help you save
and four of his deputies will ben Is serving with Marine Air Support -
thlet Civil Vrputy tomorrow morning at 9:45 & MIRROR CO. your money and at the same
at the home of Mrs. time get the job done right.
r NOTICE OP SAL Friday to assist area taxpayerswith Headquarters Group Two at the, 302 N. Ingrohom Avt.Tel. .
TO WHOM IT MAT roNOFRV' : Warren Smith, 2725 Oakland and Marine Corps Air Station 510 West Meln I
assessment problems Cherry I See next week
Adams Attends you
I You are hnrrny notified that thy rhene MU 2-2191 !. MU 6169 I
following motor xrhlile. Ave.The to accept new homestead, widow Point, N. C Tom.
ina Maik R01T nieael two Winter Haven groups and disability exemption appli Kip Juan Medcalf son of Mrs.: 'Al - - ..
Tractor **ti,1TI'2 ( Service School' will
meet 9:45
Tuesday; one at :
cations. Hildegarde E. Medcalf of Lake
will ha sold at public ..'. at 10'Ml
orlotk on tl-. Slut day of Kebrurx o'clock in the morning at the Roden and his staff will set Morton Apts, Lakeland, enlisted
"HL'CK. 1fi4 TOWN at I.AKEUANO Uakaland ORn HorMa. T. W. Adams, 113 Petteway Youth Center Avenue F and up temporary offices at the in the U. S. Navy this month

Dr., of Lakeland Typewriter &,Third Street, NW, and the other Civic Center and will be there Medcalf Is presently undergoing -

applied Tha prorarrla In the iwvmvnt of the auto nf the will coal hi Supply, Inc, 122 S. Tenn. Ave, at 7:45: In the evening at the from 9:30: a m. to 4 p.m. daily.He recruit training at Great

rr ralaklnx utorlnic and aala of! has successfully completed a home of Mrs Ira Parks, 1799 added that those persons Lakes, III Upon completing of
sail motor vrhkla. and tha of nntlia of nab and
then to the antlafartlon of tielth chine servicing conducted by Stand To Be Taken for the first time the Navy's technical schools
.aluflrs' due Uodcr Ih. eonl.acl Victor Comptometer Corporation -
should bring their deed or pur- under the high school graduate
TeLKOPOHTON Business Machines Divltion Discussion of reapportionmentwill chase contract showing owner- training program Medcalf graduated -

til #3. tIns JUS in Memphis. be in two parts, Mrs. James ship prior to Jan. 1, 1964. from Lakeland Sr. High
Lakeland the flnanclnn. Kli'rldarnverlnir of aiM motor Adams stated that his part Id'-'L. Yount president of the Present Florida law requires School with the class of "63".

vehlila Any lurplua will lie pation in the Intensive training League, said.: annual renewal of all applies Edwin B. Stokes Jr., son of
Kid 1.to fur>ou any' and halanie you will remaining remain was another step In his firm's I The League will formulate Its tions for tax exemption with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Stokes,

Unpaid under and! contract program of providing this area position first on the proposed the county tax assessor between 1908 Fern Road, has been promoted -
AHSCK-IA1M4! HI8COINTCdRPfiRATlOV with modern service and maintenance Constitutional amendment to be Jan. 1 and April I. to Airman Second Classat

BT TAI.BFRr; MATTHFWHt16 methods for all Victor on November's ballot According -, Roden said home owners who MacDill Air Force in Tampa.

Lakeland M'. Kentucky Florida Avenue products. to this amendment, 27 percent have returned the renewal Airman Stokes has been In the

r 1\5 LEGAL OVIRTIUMINT_ of the population would cards mailed to them several Air Force one and one-half years

CITY O' LAKELAP'dD FLORIDA elect a majority ft the House months and new residents who and received his basic trainingat

STATEMENT O' FINANCIAL CONDITION and 14 per cent a majority of have filed their application at Lackland AFB, Tex. He is

AS OF JANUARY II, 1964 r.Io....... the Senate. I his office need not apply at the a graduate of Lakeland High
II........ 11._.. The discussion groups will also courthouse. School. At MacDill, Stokes isan

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QUINTS FIVE MONTHS OLD Ping for their fivemonthhlrthdey / left te right M......., M.. ."., Jentet, Cethtrme end Mary N : ; d
pertreit ere the Fischer quintupled In their Aberdeen, Ann They ware kern Sept. 14 te Mr. end Mrs Andrew Pitcher .t I ILGOK O e p 00 (

S.D., horn. Thiy were five man Ii Frtdey. This picture, taken ..11.,....., (Copyright) 1964 by Curtii Publishing Ce I .r p DD Ii'rrwrra
q by D.I. Nelly .f Aberdeen Americen Newt, show the chll ,OII,

Kirby Won't Peck Gives Views I (l--1 I SOT A \ IVE! HEARD OF HeARr-StW
Gregory FROM 1MB Ml&Nl&HT, / ( ict<5 BEFtoRB-- PUT1 (UACfi t

Have Time V .

Of The Of His LifeBy

On HandsBy HAL BOYLE Meaning last New York World's Fair to enca on psychiatric counseling J I I t

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP NEW YORK (AP)-What one I his present status as a star In he said. t fi ,
Television-Radio Writer word best sums up the meaningof Hollywood "I think the whole Idea Is to I -

NEW YORK AP) Sing no life to you? I work these things out for your-
sad songs for Durward Kirby, This Is my favorite questionin I Gives Views self-even though It takes until g1'4
even if as appears likely Interviewing people because Although he played a psychiatrist ,you're 50 to overcome your
"The Garry Moore Show" Is now I have often found their replies I In his latest film, Peck' prejudices and reach a level- : ":t...,..
in Its sixth and final season provide a simple key to what'thinks the night to the headshrlnker't headed point of view "'
The tall-6 feet 4-blond Ken- they're really like. "Part of the whole Idea of life .
couch i Is being
tuckian who has backstopped Here was the answer of Acad- Is to be able to do this for yourself
Moor in the CBS variety show emy Award winner Gregory many people who aren't In You have to learn to live I 'EALWAYS THAT LONG WALK BACK
has shown a remarkable ability Peck: "self-respect" real mental distress without crying on someone 'LJUsT BEFOR DRE5SIN' ROOM -
to remain profitably and happily The question seemed to have "The fun and challenge of living else's shoulder '
employed since as a Pur ;touched a responsive chord in is to meet a standard of excellence "A' measure of a person
due undergraduate he got a jobas Peck, who worked his way up I don't like the increasing i li how he can hurdle the problems d c
announcer on the college radio -from a. concession barker at the unnecessary depend of existence on his own-
station. land without self-pity. That tome

Klrby's most remarkable demonstration Is the point of the whole 1II
of this ability was the 'The Deputy' Slated thing.

premiere of his first New York Real Competitive IIJl
radio program: 9 a.m. Jan 1.
1946 "If you turn this over to some
For U.S.
ShowingsBy one else and say, 'handle this
Kirby, Show Survive For me' you're defaulting on Q1'SHE

Somehow both Kirby and his the whole Idea of living
WILLIAM GLOVER "The place where too many
show survived, and by 19-18 he Associated Press Drama Writer Catholics are offended Is In the "The most noteworthy thing
had moved on to a television NEW YORK (AP) "The actual presentation of Plus XII about Hollywood right now is 1 w -.
program of his own. His relation Deputy," a play that has Incit- on stage They wouldn't mind if the cold war going on In the ,
ship with Moore, however, goes ed cheers, catcalls and commotion this Pope had died 200 years search for good script material al:
back 23 years when both were all over Europe, Is being ago No one objects to references It'. a real competition, full of
bright young funny men on Ran readied for Broadway and pro to a Pope in 'Luther' or espionage.
som Sherman's popular "Club,ducer-director Herman Shumlin in 'A Man For All Season" "Picture-making is utterly dependent txi 4
Matinee" radio program out of is ready for almost anything The pontiff appears In only one on good stories It's the yA TheStars
Chicago I "I know there will be great scene of the original, but a read- writing that counts." v
I .
i At the moment, Kirby's enormous antagonism," he "but I Peck who has had '
says ing of the full-length work to a rare record -
versatility has rewarded know we are doing something be published here by Grove of success thinks an actor : Z
him with two Jobs On the Moore important, valid and exciting for Press discloses continuous should be philosophical if a film .
chow he is the permanent second the theater emphasis on the Holy See policyin venture turns out to be a turkey +
I banana, occasional straight Starring Emlyn Williams and 1942 .

man, sketch actor, singer, dancer Jeremy Brett, the exhibit Is "Why Is there not a single "You try to do your best as a Impel
simple steps and some scheduled to premier at the Atkinson word heard from the only man matter of pride," he said. "But,
how can switch instantly from on Feb 26 still free from a movie after all, although it re-
in Europe today
slapstick to dignified salesman Already some Jewish and fleets and Interprets life, Is still
of the sponsor's product. Catholic groups have protested any taint" of character propaganda asks; The only a movie-a comment on By Carroll Righter
Pope, one ear-
He also serves as host and occasional presentation of the drama that living and dying. 'df
ly In the action ,
participant In the criticizes Pope Pius XII alleging "If you do make a bad one
filmed hljlnks on Allen Funt's he did not speak out against I The Indictment Intensifies the nice thing about It is that ,a
"Candid Camera" of millions when the drama's central figure
Hitler's everyone wants to forget stand r
Kirby keeps a busy schedule. of Jews during World War II, i a young priest based upon twoGerman they sweep it under the rug
From Monday morning through clerics of World War II, r members."a Sunday, Feb. 1(, 1964
as soon as possible
About Silence
Friday his hours are pretty well declares: He finds pleasure outside his Tendencies A won Show your most specialized!
devoted to rehearsing the weekly' "Only those who haven't seen 'A Criminal' career by rearing five children tt Sunday to use all of talents. Be charming.
Garry Moore program, Involving it or read it are against It," raising fine beef cattle, travel- humanitarian qualities I
(Dec. 22 to Jan.
"A of Christ who
as often as not, extra time "This Is deputy sees
Shumlin asserts a ing going to art and furniture good will to show others 20) You can increase
these and nonetheless present
spent learning dance steps and play about silence the silenceof things per auctions with his wife-and buy- ,ie much you think of them, harmony at home by being
mits reasons of state to seal his
lyrics all of And I
song us mean me. ing losing racehorses well as deciding what mod-
lips who wastes even one dayin very devoted at this time
On and Thursday }
Tuesday Turbulence has marked the
"I don't hIVe time to be un wo' adaptation you can make Strive to make abode more
he and Moore go to since it opened in thought hesitates even for "
play's course happy-and that's about it, he the principles which you comfortable
beautiful too.
hour lift his
an to anguished
CBS Radio studios where they
Berlin a year ago. An uproar of said long found to be work Plan future
tape, at a rate of four at a clip protest ensued. Spectators voice In one anathema to chill Show that you are a more wisely
their daily 10-minute radio hurled rotten eggs at the cast the blood of every last man on friend and ally to all Aquarius (Jan 21 to Feb
show. "All we do is sit around when it was done In Basel earth that Pope is a I s his you contact. 19)) Seek out the most highly:
and talk-and be provocative" Pickets paraded at its London criminal"At Wait Led Inspired spiritual advisor you
(March 21 to April 19)
r rr know in AM. Then
he says debut the drama's end the priest plan new
On alternate Wednesdays he The fiercest reaction devel- accompanies a group of Jews to To FilmingOf can and be can very easily charming gain week wisely with allies Write
spends the afternoon and even. oped in Paris, where intransigent -the furnaces of Auschwitz. cherished alms Attend- important letters, make tele-
Ing taping two "Candid Cam- members of audiences Says Shumlin-: "The Pope Is services will help to give phone calls in PM.
era" programs, which involves broke up several performancesby only a symbol he Is representativa EpicHOLLYWOOD ; Inspired ideas. Others Pisces (Feb, 20 to March 20))
looking over the filmed segments -: shouting insults, blowing of the silence of everyone along with them if they are If you go directly to those who
In advance and planningthe whistles and Jumping on the In those days (AP) How can help to Increase your success
introductions to each. stage to wrestle with the actors. "If the play only reminded us do big movies come about +e in the future you get
Kirby a native of Covlngton A dozen other cities get productions -that we failed as human beings I Two years ago director aims(April 20 to May 20)) excellent results now. Show
Ky., originally wanted to be an In 1964 then, I don't think I'd do It. ,Anthony Mann was walking can be reached that you operate in a highly-
those who the
aeronautical engineer, but his Pope Paul VI has criticized It; "But I hope this play will down Piccadilly Circus It was mean most ethical manner and you get
college radio job changed all Albert Schweitzer and Pastor make people say such silence'raining In London at the time you at this time, if you backing.
that Martin Niemoller are among its is true even today. We've all 'and he couldn't get a cab. A SMOKES 'EM .together. early. Make your If your child Is born today
Kirby hit: wife and their two,supporters taken the easy way In the problems display In Hatchard's bookstore Berber. ....ch.., who hells Cress with first them Then carry he, or she will have
sons lived in the suburbs until I "You can measure the Impor- that face our world and one of the world's oldest, dreiiint ream during s brisk In easily. much mental brilliance as
recently when they moved Into tance of a play by the amount of we need to be awakened to our'stopped him. Single! Girl," in which Berber ,1., (May 21 to June 21) well as be of a practical turn
Manhattan. Kirby enjoys tinker controversy it creates," declares responsibility." I The window was filled with repher. She pulp senventienel ; you get new ideas before of mind The power of con
ing with automobiles and power Shumlin, a chunkily-built, bald Portraying the young priest Is i the new Oxford condensed version tudio, but out en s data the ''' ) right-thinking people, you centration is also pronounced
tools. His schedule now, is so veteran of many Broadway Brett a Londoner I n his first of Gibbons "Decline and th.,',. mere f.'I"I...." AP they quickly cooperate here. So, early be very sure
heavy that his Idea of a wonderful campaigns. major Broadway appearance. Fall of the Roman Empire you. Get out of your to plan for a classical academic -
holiday Is 24 hours when he Some Offended Pius XII l is enacted by Williams The new version had 1,500 chair. Make real pro- education if it means
doesn't have to be some place' -who appeared here last season pages. The original came In 20 Eiffel Tower on this free day. setting aside a certain amountof
at a set hour I "I am a man who takes the as Sir Thomas More In "A volumes-and few if any producers Children (June 22 your savings weekly to be
"I'm a very lucky fellow,",world seriously and I take the Man For All Seasons." had ever read it. To Be July 21)) Being civic-mind sure that your son, or daughter
he said gratefully "So many theater seriously I believe with "I'm not Jewish, I'm not Catholic Mann, who had just finished today will be beneficial I has the opportunity to go
people have so many hendaches Shaw that the theater Is the foremost ," says Williams "I'm making "El Cid" for Samuel for you and your associ to a fine college.
1'm delighted to be doing just pulpit In the world frem just an actor who knows a good Bronston In Spain bought a By JAMES BACONAP .. Inwardly you are highly I
exactly what I'm doing." I which to speak role." copy After he read it he hoppeda Movle-Televklon Writer but now is the time
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Maurice show it. You reach
plane for Madrid and sold can
Bronston on the Idea. Chevalier Is going to get quickly Royal Navy Rum
married seals In Mav.-to the
The $16-million production of Eiffel Tower. (July 22 to Aug 21)
"Fall of the Roman Empire"was "The Eiffel Tower and I both attending services, you Ration To Get
recently completed, with new and Interesting ac
to Paris the
came same
Mann as director and Bronstonas year that will interest
producer. he says" "Someone in the Cityof a long time In the future.you New Container
Paris thinks that both
s vr And that's how epics are represent the city to the we worldso I: ; ;: courteous and of an open

made they are going to marry us nowhere. Imperiousness will get PORTSMOUTH England (AP
h hl + to celebrate the tower's 75th an- -The royal navy may'loon take
niversary-also mine." (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) its rum ration to sea in plastic
Beverly Hills successful in your most bags.
l tr De Gaulle Not In Act ventures by confer. The admiralty's research lab

Now Celebrating He was asked if President with experts on this free oratory, seeking to save spacein
Charles de Gaulle would perform Spend your time wisely warships, has decided the old
50th AnniversaryHOLLYWOOD the ceremony well. Evening should be brass-bound rum tubs take up
"Mais non," answered Maurice to pleasing mate. too much room. The empty
(AP-Beverly "He's taller than both of (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) plastic containers can be folded
Hills, home of the stars, is in us." down with associates away like paper bags
r the midst of a 50th anniversary Maurice recently completeda exchanging views and

celebration. role In "I'd Rather be Rirh"I Is Ideal so that you get
The town has more movie with Sandra Dee Robert Gou- Monday morning start Beatle Sounds
stars per square Inch than an let and Andy Williams."When : plans formulated. Then
:scarshow. I first started the picture social pleasures togeth May Be HeardIn
Lewis who lives In
Jerry now I asked producer Ross
3elAir, said he found Beverly Hunter if Sandra Dee was Frances rplo (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Concerts
'-ills too exclusive for him Dee' daughter," he said "I your devotion to others
"Who wants to live In a town discovered Frances for the movies : by being of service where LIVERPOOL England (AP)
vhere the fire department"has We needed a girl who: needed. Plan your time -Pops conductor Arthur Fieder -
n unlisted phone number? he looked French Ernst Lubitsch that you get much accom of Boston thinks the noise
noted asked me to ;make the choice Be of true Inspira- made by the Beatlea and other
from' a group of extras. I picked ; to those around you. Liverpool music.noise groups is
I Mount Ararat K.945 feet high nances (Nov. 22 to Dec. great.If
upon which Noah's Ark is said "Later she became a star and This can be a very happy the Beatles go over In the
FAMILIAR CHARACTER.-Dennlt Day, left, end J.ck Benny de teke-eff en Frenk feniteme to have come to rest after the Mrs. Joel McCrea for you if you get togeth- United States, he says, he's going
end Je ke! Glasses en "The Jack Benny '.....", ," Feb ZJ, 9:10 .. 10.00 p.m., tEST en flood, now is in Turkish territory Sandra and Frances are unrelated with good friends at the to weave their noises into

the CIS Televlilen .Network. you really enjoy. his Pops concert orchestration..



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DEAR ABBY: made what I thought wag a good sugges She simply said, "I shall call you John." He smiled, good. NAMtLV,WE.S GONNA IT MKIMT NOTACHANCEfJ HESMAMIDEEX,
a whole family fight. My daughter recently humoredly, thinking she was Joking but she has been calling MAKE THE KISS EV RY GAL IN ) NOT BE NO BECUZ nrs LIKEME.'-KISSIN'
got a diamond ring and plant to be married this summer. him "John" ever since I know he feels hurt and I don't blame 'GREATEST SACRIFICE S I uAMPIW 9* LONDON OHMAHSACRIFICE..'.' GALS IS A DUTY NOT A "

- My sister's daughter announced her engagement New Year's him. I think it's Insulting. Don't you think my mother should ANY MAN PORE IDEE L V- -<. IT MIGHT *>J PLEASURE! -<
Eve and she plans to be married this summer, too. When I learn to pronounce my future husband's name? It has botheredme -" f BE A
mentioned to the other members of my family that I thought for several months .PLtASURt..1
J It would be a good Idea If the kids got together and had a BOTHERED

double wedding, they said if they had to buy TWO wedding DEAR BOTHERED: Why the silent burn? Teach your

presents they expected to go to TWO wedding And when 1 mother te pronounce your fiance's name, and Insist that she

explained to my sister that we could save on flowers, music address him as such (P.S. Why doesn't John speak for himself .
food, drinks, etc., she said they could afford to put on their ?) _

own wedding as they weren't In the poorhouse yet. What's *
wrong with my family? Or is it me? Next time I open my DEAR ABBY: You should have told the Mason's wife, who

big mouth, I wish somebody would kick me bard.MEANT felt left out because her husband wouldn't share the secretsof kAe wBUF'rA

WELL the lodge with her, that she and her husband should Join n An I .r...
DEAR MEANTi Your suggestion was motivated by your the Order of the Eastern Star It's not ALL secret
desire to get as much mileage out was their reaction. It must In AND WU'RE ALMOST U b 'O I TELL VOLt IVE COT TO
-- * CANT'iCU TAU:? P055l5LE? HELP L r.= tME YOU UNDER'ass
DEAR ABBY: I am engaged to a wonderful man He CONFIDENTIAL TO "THE JUNE GRADS" "Do not pray CAAh'r01J 15AV 00 STAND?

Is a European and his first name Is difficult, but not Impos- for easy lives Pray to be stronger men. Do not pray for tasks d ANVTHING? :o. u -N Mirr

i Bible, to pronounce. When I Introduced him to my mother for equal lo your powers. Pray for powers equal to your tasks. AI do'- d 1 )

the first time she didn't even attempt to pronounce his nsma. (Rev. P. Brooks 1835-91). O.. iss 1 ;T 0: ,Q

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I lit I'!: : : : ve BEEN WORKIN'lIKE YORE YE CAN /

CASE R-4Mr Rev Phillip lem, but It ls still necessary Vi THAT THAR MOP!! / GO OVER AN'VISIT PAW,,

Philbrook Is the pastor of the to offer him something more 1 ELVINEV A SPELL? '- dI
First Baptist Church In Ft concrete than just spoken ad. :: c""

Wayne, Ind. vice. ""
"Dr. Crane," he began, "In In the medical office, we IY as a

recent months thus prescribe pills or shotsor IU (I u r
my wife and II colored liquids. "I"I"
helped organ. For the patient can carry III :...- I
ize a young\ these away and attach their ar c ly

couples Sunday .', resulting cures to such tangible 1'1 uI" H !
School! medication. = u

class In thl.hl.torlc.! ; In psychiatry, we also prescribe ./ 1 ''Il u .
) printed booklets. whichIs \0 etst
church. why I offer you readers

"For we I the many Rating Scales and a U se ee 1 II ------- -- THAT DOCTOR CAME IN, AL..n I ASKED OR MORGAN THE GIRL'S BEEN A SHl MORE THAN X
found that! psychological booklets mentioned OKAYTELLTHEMCROYDON'S COME IN/ .<-*>.TO COME/ WITH MEI / WORRY TO ALL OP U\) SUSPECTS IT \
would' i?
people DR. CRANE scientific U eee ) -
even though they '
come to church WITH HIM0 / ON f3OPEly -Tr
can be used to promote discussion
but then decide there was not .a .1 tl
and merriment at Sun
enough In the to
program appeal
day School classes. r
to them. For the fun la like the sugarcoating asa// ; I 'y rt
"So this new Sunday School around our medical ACROSS I J 1 : '
class was a partial answer IN' pa t 1SIJ t 3SII
pills I
I Blanch. 24 The British running bowline '
And to make it pertinent to .
Nowadays, religion and
psychiatry S Milk addi P. M. I
their problems in real life, we and education can all ,
used your Tests for Husbandsand be interesting to the point that lives 25 Winter apple Alphonse'spolite friend. I II
Wives' in class. 10 Zenith. 28 Cocksure.
they are regarded as fun. 50 Appear.
"!n fact, we spent an entire But it takes smart leaders 14 African I ante32 Masc name. 51 Proclivity.

session taking the test. It like Rev. Philbrook to "pack. lope. 33 Mediterranean 52 Atmospheric
proved to be a lot of fun and age" wholesome Ideas enter 15 Bath.sheba's 3- disturbance. -

caused laughter, too. tainingly. unlucky hue master 53 Alumnus MEANWHILE,90NA IS KECHVIMS A 1
"But beneath the merriment band. 33 Overallsmaterial. 59 Ornate POr O 0011 WANT 10 YEi,HEW! WEVE eorioPECIPE 4 LONG DISTANCE CALL... FROM THE HOSPITAL X LISTEN TO ME'.
was the realization that muchof FOR.MANY years I served 18 Unbend. Greek order I 9609 Br 10 0EE WHAT TO PO IF TWg X WAVE A COLLECT CALL FOR H MISS you! I WANT ID MEASE..CO BACK
a constructive nature was as the Chicago representativeof Chinese: 38 Parking lot 61 Influence: si. r tiONAq PAPERS GET THE 6TORYOM tM KISS SOMA WILLIAMS FROM I COME HOME; X TO THE HOSPITAL!
being accomplished."I the i THE
Psychological Corpora. comb. form. sign. 62 See 24 Across, ACCEPT THE CALL* WVES!
feel that many other Sunday tion. We made quick 48.hour 18 Commiser 38 Surcease 63 C.P.A.'a con. -Lc
School classes of young surveys of business and political ate 40 Chalcedony. cern. t : dour t"i' T

married couples could also matters. 20 Place at a 41 Cloth 64 Kaffir warriors I r
benefit tremendously from We representatives In some disadvantage. strainer i"II
I these newspaper Rating Scales 80 to 100 cities would then 43 White fiber. 65 Twilight I !

and booklets" telegraph our findings to the 22 Proper condition 43- Wee 68 Clarinet and
central office In New York, so Russell, oboe l r. 11
SOME OF our very best ap we could complete a nationwide 23 Prussian musician. 67 Court crier' 1w .,
plied psychologists are talent poll all within 48 hours, lancer 46 Relative of a first word.DOWN Yr !
ed clergymen like Rev. Phil. as Dr. Gallup now does r f
brook. So I simply utilized my staff V 0 ar -

Like all good teachers, they of interviewers for some of
realize the fact that both students these helpful marriage tests 1 Luxurious: 51, 13 Jug. 39 Tableaux.

as well as parishioners and other rating scales. 2 Diva's forte. 19 Like Mr. Mil 42 Quantity of ) WHEN THB HES0)Ri60IN PAPER"I PAOWOOP-I AND GOING M LEAVING TO MEXICO YOU ,IIWILLYIx1WARM nil, I 'tilIIMIGHTASw8LL1FACB
want something PRACTICAL.It To perk Sunday irTM
up your
quetoast. DON'T
3 Melodrama'sEast yarn. TO MARRY UP MYCOFFEE, No
Isn't enough to offer oratorical School classes, imitate Rev. -. 21 Holm oak. 44 Alight. HEARS A VrORD BULLFIGHTER PLEAsETA.s I FORTH MATCH f=
emotional and spiritual Philbrook and send for those 47 Ambrosia'sconcomitant. 1 SAY s SPORTS
inspiration, though that Is desirable. "Tests for Husbands and 4 Leon Uris 24 Cheat. \- 4kjud

Wives," enclosing a long title 25 collections y 49 BroadcastIng .
For people want tangible stamped, return envelope, S Sweet wine : room.
PRESCRIPTIONS.In plus 20c. Hitler's colloq. Interlace:

medicine, we have long They "package" morality In chosen pea 26 Customary 52 eurel. t ,
realized that a confidential a practical form for immediate pie 27 Ragout of 53 Balsam. ,

talk with the doctor may use, and thus help prevent' 7 Flaccid. game. 54 Aphrodite'
clear up the patient's prob future divorce. I 8 On -: avail 28 Kind of Jury lover.

able. 29 Not suitable. 55 French man
9 Military 30 Small bird. of letters ,

Secret War Rages In headgear. 31 German sea 56 Host.
10 Olympiad port. 57 Record.
entries 34 Broom. 58 Protection. '
11 Sort of IOU. 37 Cosmetic 60 Color attribute. THE TAXI 15 WAITIN&TO LILII! ..WATI 'Ht&V5THUNOON
12 Labyrinth. item. I CAME TO
KHARTOUM Sudan (AP-A against Arab in open warfai 5 I..HAD BEEN VIMN&, VINCENT1! I WHEN I HAVE VINCENT!
touches sensitive nerves not a. WHAT I SAW-AND HEARD3 TOLD YOU THE
vicious blt-and.run war is raging only in Sudan but I in borderingEthiopia UaNb .HO" .HA ,PROVED THAT I HAD MEN"" WHOLE STORY f
almost secretly over a ML 100 RIGHT!
and YOU ll
Kenya. Uganda CRYPTOGRAM ? in
parched African wasteland the Congo. [ A R R 0M
s FR' F By
France. I I
nearly as big as The leader of the southerners,
Generally backed by about 3 5 a tall, nervous Dmka tribesman
million pagans, a handful of named William Deng, claims A R v N I R A
Christian-educated leaders are "We are looking for a peaceful a r, EOLC Q AFYRUN FOG AT.R Irk 1
settlement"Want GUQTG FELON.
attempting to wrest three squalid p
from Arab.ruled' IndependenceBut wewA4
Friday's cryptogram: Hag
Sudan and create an African In almost the same IE
is .
aghast at
gnat's sting.Air
breath he adds that the southerners
of "Azanie"Striking
state and K A EDOIETfEy
want Independence
from brush and SPED REED Way,sues, ToaN Wa CAN PoriaTeoMsaeJa ells t WHAT*
the only thing they are willingto Lst'S ak7 SWITCH E Ar s-s-i WocS DIDN'TA NUN I TNi PMOMC NUMBER
marshes, near-naked tribal warriors negotiate is a self-determina 21'5/6' 3vjjs a01.CANYOUaiur..., ersrDJ oil palYiNe ecRoRITY Noue, aveAN ? I Of THAT Lima AIKI .
have Isolated government tion plebiscite, which they are D0.1YGMaToTlle IN save sag HAS PANIw PORT WTSIDi OP
TOWN wanes MrMDTMta osoex To4TAY Oohs To as WITH TowN jV"v"
outposts. In many places the confident of winning overwhelmingly WAS H Nta MOMIE
only safe travel Is by convoy. Pollution Mother Slays 4 War ? f AWAKSJS
Government reprisals have Like most of the leaders of
sent thousands seeking refuge the movement Deng is a Roman CommissionTo CtI! 11

across nearby frontiers. The Catholic, educated In mission Three Children Al rnL
Jails are full schools and for a time at Meet HereThe ,.

Troops Tied Down the University of Khartoum. Then HerselfFALLS %) '
The Sudan African National One of his chief supporters Is Florida Air Pollution Control aI' ( j-
Father Saturnine, Catholic Commission will In
a meet
Union SANU claims 10000, CHURCH Va. (AP- 0
priest who was once a memberof the auditorium! of Florida Citrus .
Sudanese troops are tied downIn A 40-year-old mother who underwent
the now-disbanded Sudanese Mutual on Friday, March 13,
three southern provinces treatment several I
Parliament I at 1 o'clock In the aft- 4-1
Equatoria. Upper Nile and Bahr months ago for a mental break
el Gazzal. Conservative estimates I Deng fled into exile In 1%).ernoon. down, killed herself Friday after .
say one third of Sudan's and the following year organized The hearing will concern proposed shooting to death her four
18,000-man army is engaged a SANU congress; changes and amendmentsto children. -- -
Government reticence and exiles in the Congo. The con- the Commission's rules and The woman was Judith E F FTYY .,6p-a dr "V

the inaccessibility of the area gress named Deng secretary- regulations, according to the Cox, wife of the principal of the r ILA WOW MUC14 DOLLAR5 1/ilQ
have aerved to keep news from general of the party and pro Florida State Board of Health. Jefferson Elementary School. EEEaa WLTa tiURa P056 Iii WANT
seeping out though claimed its goal as "the establishment All persons desiring to appear Chief William Durrer of the h FUNNY THIS TIME f
fighting has been going of an independent Afri- before the Commission are Fairfax County Police said Mrs ITTEa9
more than a year. serlou'j can state"EARTH'S asked to submit a Request for Cox left notes taking blame for q ax ,
The fighting pitting I Appearance, indicating a brief the slayings and expressing fear
statement of their views or In- she might have to return to a l
INCOME TAX GREATEST DEPTH terest In the proceedings, not hospital for psychiatric treatment h'eO Cal J '
Deepest pit yet found on the later than Feb. 28. '
C A t your Big, Valu U I**Service 1 1F face of the earth is the Chal- Twelve copies of the request' Three of the children Danny, I. :

R. JENNINGS lenger Depth, southwest of must be submitted to: David B.,14, Laurie, 11, and Timothy D., ) ,
F Guam. This 35.640.foot hole was Lee, Secretary, Florida Air Pollution '4 months, died Instantly The r 5
..l/a MU N.e.P..d.L... Aw.Paso. MU I...'. named for Its discoverer, the Control Commission P fourth, Joel, 2, died in a hospital I v
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By HAL BOYLE last New York World' Fair this o. ence on psychiatric counseling" I l

CYNTHIA LOWRYAP I NEW YORK (AP-What one present status as a star In he said Ii"r fl
Televlslon-Rad10 Writer word best sums up the meaningof Hollywood "I think the whole Idea is to i

NEW YORK (AP) Sing no life to you? work these things out for your-
sad songs for Durward Kirby This is my favorite questionin Gives Views self-even though it takes until

even if as appears likely Interviewing people because Although he played a psychiatrist you're 50 to overcome your

"The Garry Moore Show" Is now I have often found their replies In his latest Mm Peck prejudices and reach a level- "='1: l-:......
in Its sixth and final season. provide a simple key to what thinks the flight to the headshrlnker'l headed point of view.
The tall-6 feet 4-blond Ken. they're really like. "Part of the whole Idea of life
couch it abused
tucklan who has backstoppedMoore Here was the answer of Acad being is to be able to do this for your.
in the CBS variety show emy Award winner Gregory by many people who aren't in self. You have to learn to live 'E ALWAYS SPBAINS'15 ANKLE SAVES IM THAT LONG WALK BACK

has shown a remarkable ability Peck; "self-respect." real mental distress. without crying on someone JUST BEFORE *AIF TIME TO THE OReSSIN ROOM.
to remain profitably and hap. The question I seemed to have "The fun and challenge of livIng else's shoulder I

pily employed since as a Pur touched a responsive chord In is to meet standard of ex- "A measure of a person
due undergraduate he got a jobas Peck who worked his way up'cellence. I don't like the increasing Is how he can hurdle the problems '

announcer on the college ra from concession. barker at the unnecessary dcpend- of existence on his owned -

dio station. without self-pity. That tome

Klrby's most remarkable demo is the point of the whole
'The Slated
I i onstratlon of this ability was the Deputy' thing. ii i

premiere of his first New York Real Competitive"If
radio program: 9 ..m. Jan 1, : I1

1946. For U.S. ShowingsBy else you turn and this say over'handle to someone this 1 lip { )iIl! )

Kirby, Show Survive For me,' you're defaulting on of III I I tl

Somehow, both Kirby and his I the whole idea of living.
WILLIAM GLOVER "The place where too many
show survived and by 1948 he,Associated Press Drama Writer Catholics are offended is In the "The most noteworthy thing
had moved on to a television NEW YORK (AP) "The I actual presentation of Pius XII about Hollywood right now is IaEiB -.
program of his own. His relation Deputy" a play that has inclt on stage. They wouldn't mind if the cold war going on in the
ship with Moore however goes ed cheers catcalls and commo this Pope had died 200 years search for good script material. .
back 23 years when both were tion all over Europe Is being ago. No one objects to refer It's a real competition full.of
bright young funny men on Ran- readied for Broadway, and pro ences to a Pope In 'Luther' or espionage
som Sherman's popular "Club ducer-director Herman Shumlln in 'A Man For All Seasons." "Picture-making Is utterly de.

1 Matinee" radio program out of is ready for almost anything. I The pontiff appears In only one pendent on good stories It's the f, w'' illr I The

!1)1 Chicago "I know there will be great scene of the original but t reading writing that counts" L
At the moment Kirby's enormous antagonism.'! he says "but 1 of the full-length work to' Peck who has had s rare record 'rwr
versatility has rewarded know we are doing something be published here by Grove of success thinks an actor .3 x 7Stars
h him with two Jobs On the Moore important valid and exciting for Press discloses continuous should be philosophical If a film lS

show he Is the permanent second the theater emphasis on the Holy See policyin venture turns out to be a tur tq" j
banana occasional straight Starring Emlyn Williams and 1942.
man sketch actor singer dancer Jeremy Brett the exhibit is I key."You try to do your best as a -
Is there not
"Why a single: b Impel
simple steps and somehow scheduled to premier at the Atkinson matter of pride" he said "But,
word heard from the
only man,
can switch Instantly from on Feb 26. 'a movie after all although It reflects I { lipiu
still free from
in Europe today
slapstick to dignified salesman Jewish and N 1 1r 1r8
Already some and interprets life Is still
taint of The
of the sponsor's product.He Catholic groups have protested any Pope" one character propaganda asks: ear- only a movie-a comment on By Carroll Righter :
also host and occasional
serves as presentation of the drama that living and dying
the ly In the action.
participant in criticizes Pope Pius XII. alleging "If you do make a bad one,
filmed hijinks on Allen Hunt's he did not speak out against The Indictment intensifies the nice thing about It is that
"Candid Camera." when the drama's central figure a aR
Hitler's annihilation of millions everyone wants to forget nand a
Kirby keeps a busy schedule. a young priest based upon two +
of Jews during World War II they sweep it under the rug
From Monday morning through German clerics of World War II, Sunday Feb. II, 1964
as soon as possible
Friday his hours are pretty well About Silence declares: I I He finds pleasure outside his ; General Tendencies: A wonderful Show your most specialized

devoted to rehearsing the weekly "Only those who haven't seen 'A Criminal'"A career by rearing five children, Sunday to use all of talents. Be charming
Garry Moore program Involving it read it are against It," humanitarian
or .
raising fine beef cattle, travel your qualities
(Dee 22 to Jan.
of Christ who
as often as not, extra time Shumlin asserts. "This Is a deputy sees Ing going to art and furniture and good will to show others 20) You
can increase
spent learning dance steps and play about silence the silence these things and nonetheless permits auctions with his wife-and buyIng how much you think of them harmony at home present
by being
song lyrics of all of us And I mean me," reasons of state to seal his losing racehorses. 6 D Y.P Wrj as well as deciding what mod.
lips who wastes even one dayin very devoted at this time.
and aft
On Tuesday Thursday has marked theplay's
Turbulence 1 "I don't have time to be unhappy ern adaptation you can makeof Strive to make abode more
ernoons he and Moore go to course since it opened In thought hesitates even for -and that's about it," he the principles which you
CBS Radio studios where they An of an hour to lift his anguished beautiful too.
Berlin year ago. uproar laid. have long found to be work. I Plan future
tape, at a rate of four at a clip, protest ensued. Spectators'voice In one anathema to chill able. Show that you are a more wisely.
their daily 10-minute radio hurled rotten eggs at the cast the blood of every last man on devoted friend and ally to all Aquarius (Jan 21 to Feb
show "All we do Is sit around when It was done In Basel. earth that Pope il. a whom you contact 19) Seek out the most highly
and talk-and be provocative" Pickets paraded at its London criminal"At Wait Led Inspired spiritual advisor you
Aries March 21
( to April 19)
know in AM, Then
plan new
he I the drama's end the priest
says debut. d+" zt k You
On alternate Wednesdays he The fiercest reaction developed accompanies group of Jews to To FilmingOf d today can and be can very easily charming week wisely with allies, Write

spends the afternoon and even in Paris where Intransigent the furnaces of Auschwitz. ; your cherished aims, Attend.gain important letters make telephone -

ing taping two "Candid Cam members of audiences I Says Shumlin: "The Pope Is r ing services will help to give calls in PM.
era" programs which involves broke up several performancesby only a symbol he is repre- Epic ly1 you inspired Ideas Others Pisces (Feb, 20 to March 20))
looking over the filmed segments shouting insults blowing tentative I of the silence of everyone go along with them if they are If you go directly to those who
in advance and planningthe whistles and jumping on the in those days HOLLYWOOD (AP) How practical can help to Increase your suc
introductions to each. stage to wrestle with the actors "If the play only reminded us do big movies come about? cess in the future you get
Kirby a native of Covington, A dozen other cities get productions that we failed! as human beings Two years ago director Mutual Taurus (April 20 to May 20) excellent results now Show
Ky.. originally wanted to be an in 1964 then, I don't think I'd do It. Anthony Mann was walking aims can be reached that you operate in a highly
aeronautical engineer, but his Pope Paul VI has criticized It, "But I hope this play will down Piccadilly Circus It was with those who mean the most ethical manner and you get
college radio job changed all Albert Schweitzer and Pastor make people say such silence raining In London at the time to you at this time, if you backing
Martin Niemoller are among its,is true even today. We've all and he couldn't get a cab. A SHE SMOKES 'EM BECAUSE SHE LIKES 'EM Ac),... get together early. Make your If your child Is born today
that.Kirby, his wife and their two supporters taken the easy way In the problems -display in Hatchard's bookstore ..,h,. '_hot, who hoili from G......"", *noyi cifor I in htrdronlnfl plans first. Then carry he, or she will have
sons lived In the suburbs until "You can measure the Importance that face our world and one of the world's oldest room durlnf brook hi filntinf the ....wio. "5.* ..d tho through with them easily much mental brilliance as
recently when they moved into of a play by the amount of we need to be awakened to our stopped him. Single Girl" In which '.,..,. ployi tho port of s nightclub ,hot... Gemini (May 21 to June 21) well as be of a practical turn
Manhattan. Kirby enjoys tinker- controversy it creates" declares responsibility" I The window was filled with rophor, She pvHt onvontlonol mod itoflot like thu round tho If you get new ideas before of mind. The power of con
ing with automobiles and power Shumlin. a chunklly-built, bald Portraying the young priest Is the new Oxford condensed ver- tudlo, but out ." date ski omohoi miniature clfoci "bocouM the right-thinking people, you centration is also pronounced
tools His schedule now is so veteran of many Broadway Brett a Londoner I n his first sion of Gibbons "Decline and Shay',. moro ftmlnino. heavy that his idea of a wonderful campaigns major Broadway appearance. Fall of the Roman Empire you. Get out of your to plan for a classical academic
holiday is 24 hours when he Some Offended Pius XII Is enacted by Williams The new version had 1,500 easy chair. Make real progress education if it means
doesn't have to be some placeat -who appeared here last season pages. The original came in 20 Eiffel Tower ChevalierTo on this free day. setting aside a certain amount
a set hour. i "I.m. man who takes the as Sir Thomas More In "A volumes-and few, if any pro- Moon Children (June 22 of your savings weekly to be
"I'm a very lucky fellow'" world seriously and I take the Man For All Seasons." ducers had ever read It. Be 'Married' In MayBy to July 21)\ Being civic-minded sure that your son or daughter -
he said gratefully. "So many theater seriously. I believe with I "I'm not Jewish I'm not Catholic Mann, who had just finished today will be beneficial has the opportunity to go
people have so many headaches Shaw that the theater Is the fore. ," says Williams. "I'm making "El Cid for Samuel both for you and your associates to a fine college.
I'm delighted to be doing Just most pulpit In the world from just an actor who knows a good Bronston in Spain, bought a JAMES BACONAP Maurice after the May wed- Inwardly you are highly
exactly what I'm doing" which to speak. role" I copy. After he read it he hoppeda Movie-Televialan Writer ding ceremony will break in a patriotic but now Is the time
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Maurice new one-man concert tour in show it. You
plane for Madrid and sold to can reach
Sronston on the idea. Chevalier is going to get Sweden and then play the United aims quickly. Royal I Navy Rum
married again in May-to the States
The million production of Leo (July 22 to Aug 21)\
"Fall of the Roman Empire"was Eiffel Tower. "I always break In my Ameri- By attending services you Ration To Get
1 "The Eiffel Tower and I both can shows In Sweden" he ex
recently completed, with find new and interesting activities -
came to Paris the same year plains. "Everyone there understands -
Mann as director and Bronston that will interest
he "Someone In the Cityof "
as producer. I says Paris thinks that we both English. I for a long time In the future. New Container
And that's how epics are Be courteous and of an open
the city to the world
made. -so represent they are going to marry us 'Lyndon Who?' mind.nowhere.Imperiousness will get PORTSMOUTH. England (AP

to celebrate the tower's 75th anIversary you -The royal navy may soon take
-also mine." Virgo (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) its rum ration to sea in plastis
Beverly Hills Says ComedianWASHINGTON Be successful in your most bags.
De Gaulle Not In Act
cherished ventures conferring laboratory
by The admiralty's research
Now Celebrating50th He was asked If President (AP-At the with experts on this free seeking to save space
Charles de Gaulle would perform White House state dinner for day. Spend your time wisely In warships has decided the old
AnniversaryHOLLYWOOD the ceremony. British Prime Minister Sir Alec and well. Evening should be >rass.bound rum tubs take up
'Mais' non" answered Mau- Douglas-Home Thursday night, devoted to pleasing mate. too much room. The empty
(AP)-Beverly rice. "He's taller than both of comedian Milton Berle moved Libra (Sept 23 to Oct. 22) plastic containers can be folded
Hills, home of the stars Is in u.." unawed through the reception Sitting down with associates away like paper bags.
v4 the midst of a 50th anniversary Maurice recently completed line. and exchanging views and

celebration.The a role in "I'd Rather be: Rirh" Arriving at President Johnson ideas is ideal so that you get
5k- town has more movie'with Sandra Dee Robert Gou- Berle shook hands and a good Monday morning start I, Beatle Sounds
stars per square inch than an let and Andy Williams. quipped "I didn't catch on plans! formulated Then'
:Oscar show "When I first started the pic. name" "joy social pleasures together May Be HeardIn
Jerry Lewis, who now lives In tune I asked producer Ross .
!3el-Air said he found Beverly Hunter if Sandra Dee was Fran Scorpio (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Concerts
tills too exclusive for him. ces Dee's daughter," he said. "I More than 300 research projects Prove your devotion to others
"Who wants to live In a town discovered Frances for the moles ranging from nuclear now by being of service where LIVERPOOL. England (AP)
,vhere the fire department has.n We needed a girl who physics to cancer research to moat needed. Plan your time -Pops conductor Arthur Fled-
unlisted phone number?" he looked French Ernst Lubitsch rocket fuel systems are cur- so that you get much accomplished let of Boston thinks the noise

noted. asked me to make the choice rently under investigation by Be of true inspiration made by the Beatles and other
from a group of extras. I picked University; of Miami research- to those around you. Liverpool music-noise groups is
Mount Ararat, 16,945 feet high, nances. I ers. Many of the University's Sagittarius (Nov 22 to Dec. great
upon which Noah's Ark is said '.Later she became a star and students add to their educational 21) This can be a very happy If the Beatles go over In the
FAMILIAR H"'RACTER-D.nnll D.,, loft end J.ck gassy do a eska-.H ." Frank Fon to have come to rest after the Mrs. Joel McCrea"Sandra I horizons by working on day for you If you get together United States he says he's going
toino sad Jockio Glasses ... "Tho J.ck ...", ",.|,....," Feb 25, 9.10 to 1000: p....., lEST) on flood now Is in Turkish territory and Trances are unrelated these experiments with faculty with good friends at the to weave their noises Into

the CBS Tolo.hlon Notwork. : I members. recreations you really enjoy. his Pops concert orchestrations.


LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. It. 1MI 7-D


whore your problem? Tot r I VgLENT0E6THEJ

general) reply, writ to ANSki R I5 NO!

Abby, Bon 336=. Btvtrly I
It's I Inherited
Hill, Coli'. end Include o 1 !

Nlf-oddrtiud stomped envelop -
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*. Abby omw era oilAbigail
,,,rA,,, vv .4h
I Van Buren moll.

DEAR ABBY: I made what I thought was a good muni She simply said, "I shall call you John." He smiled, good- FEARLESS FOSDCK ISGONNA NAMEJ-XHE.S \ IT MIAMT NOT A CHANCE t! HE'S MAN IDEEL
lion and it
started a whole family fight. My daughter recently humoredly) thinking she was joking but she has been calling MACE THE KISS CVRV GAL IN iNOT&EWO BEOJZ HE'S UKE MB/-KlSSIIsl'V/
got a diamond ring and plans to be married this iummer. him "John" ever slnre. I know he feels hurt, and I don't blame 'GREATEST SACRIFICE N om LONDON.OHMAHSACRIFICE..'/ GALS ISA DUTY NOT A "
My .i.ter daughter announced her engagement New Vear'i him. I think It's Insulting. Don't you think my mother should ANY MAN POREIDEFL ITMIGI4TBE PLEASURa1!

. Eve and the plans to be married this summer, too. When I learn to pronounce my future husband's name? It has botheredme PLEASURE A !!
mentioned to the other members of my family that I thought for several months

It would be a good Idea If the kids got together and had a BOTHERED

double wedding, they said If they had to buy TWO wedding DEAR BOTHERED Why the silent burn Teach your

present they expected to go to TWO weddings. And when I mother to pronounce your fiance's name, and Insist that she

explained to my sister that we could save on flowers, music, address him as such. (P.S. Why doesn't John speak for himself t .
food, drinks, etc., she said they could afford to put on their ?)

own wedding as they weren't In the poorhouse yet. What's f 1N fr ;

wrong with my family? Or Is It me? Next time I open my DEAR ABBY: You should have told the Mason's wife, who

big mouth, I wish somebody would kick me hard.MEANT felt left out because'her husband wouldn't share tha secretsof

WELL the lodge with her, that she and her husband should join

DEAR MEANT! Your suggestion was motivated by your the Order of the Eastern Star. Its not ALL secret.

desire to get as much mileage out of a dollar as possible. So Sincerely


DEAR ABBYt I am engaged to a wonderful man. He CONFIDENTIAL TO "THE JUNE GRADS" "Do not pray CANE k7U tSA 1 MC. STAND?

is a European and his first name Is difficult, but not Impossible for easy lives Pray to be stronger men. Do not pray for tasks ANYTHING? ir O ERE SJOO

to pronounce. When I Introduced him to my mother for equal to your powers. Pray for powers equal to your tasks... O O l

the first time she didn't even attempt to pronounce Ms naroa. (Rev. P. Brooks; 18S54J. p, v Loses


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CASE R-484i Rev. Phillip lem but It Is still necessaryto u fIJ THAT THAR MOP! / GO OVER AN'VISIT r- sBBk. PAW j 1 \

Philbrook Is the of the ElVINEV A SPELL? .'-
pastor offer him something more '- tl
First Baptist Church In Ft. concrete than just spoken advice .... C -- : ,
Wayne, Ind. HI
a JT 'U. s !
"Dr. Crane." he began, "In In the medical office, we :: '
recent months thus prescribe pills or shots (1C c

my wife and I or colored liquids. fIji4II P ,
helped organize For the patients can carry 11 3' [ I
a young these away and attach their I "I' : ii-
U .a in .as
couple Sun resulting cures to such tan 4
day School gible medication.In = uY
class in thishistoric psychiatry, we also prescribe / 1\ q.ll 'ill ,. _

printed booklets, whichIs 110
church. why I offer you readers

"For we the many Rating Scales and U oe )S .. 1 DOCTOR? COME IN, AL..H ASKED DR MORGAN THE GIRL'S REIN A.HE." WORE THAU
found that] psychological booklets mentioned OKAY TELLTHEMctt COMtINf <>*>. TO COME WITH WE/ WORRY TO ALL Of U4] SUSPECTS IT
many young And these Rating Scales are HE AIN'T ALONE/A oilY SECYOUJEANICSCA5CNERAI AL'S TOLD YOU HC < SHE"3 ON IT/
people would DR. CRANE scientific, even though they Fa 8' r-i BY THE NAME OPMORGANS rr r SUSPECT THE KlWJ
come: to church WITH HIM/ e .
can be used to promote discussion 4i
but then decide there was not es n 1 t.
and merriment at Sun I In *
enough In the program to appeal day School classes. AwI

to them. For the fun Is like the sugarcoating ./10e : e
"So this new Sunday School around our medical ACROSS : '

Class was a partial answer. 1 Blanch 2t The BrItish bow i jlr
pills.Nowadays running -i ii
And to make It pertinent to religion and psychiatry Milk addl. P. M. line. ,
their problems in real life, we
and education can all i
48 Alphonse'spolite
Uvea. 25 Winter apple ,
used 'Tests for Husbandsand
your be Interesting to the point that friend.
Wives' In class. 10 Zenith 28 Cocksure
they are regarded as fun. 50 Appear.
"In fact, we spent an entire But It takes smart leaders I' African I ante32 Mast. name 51 Proclivity

cession taking the test. It like Rev. Philbrook to "pack. lope 33 Mediter 52 Atmospheric

proved to be a lot of fun and age" wholesome ideas enter 15 Bath-sheba's ranean 3- disturbance. - -

caused laughter, too. tainingly. unlucky hUllmasler.. S3 Alumnus. MEANWHILE, SON* B RECE4VIM6 ALONG
"But beneath the merrimentwas band. 35 Overalls 59 Ornate Do wni WANT lO vii, HERB' we've eor TO y8i DISTANCE CALI..PI FROM THE HOSPITAL! \UMtM TO MC.'.,
the realisation that much FOR,MANY_years I served 18 Unbend. material. 4. Greek order. rl STOP re lU eec peace WHAT TO PO IP THC HAVE A COLLECT CALL FOR h MISS YOU' I WANT ID PLEASE..6o BACK
a nature was as the Chicago representative 17 Chinese: 36 Parking lot Influence: slt. Finn 6
being accomplished.
of the Psychological Corporation comb. form .ign. 62 See 24 Across uun ACCEPT THE CALLf WVE5PACAVGOPIM !
"I feel that many other Sun We made quick 48-hour 18 Commi.er38 Surcease. 63 C.P.A'. con I )

day School classes of young surveys of business and political ale. 40 Chalcedony. cern. lu; dzLVr

married couples could also matters. 20 Place at a 41 Cloth 64 Kaffir war 1)I

benefit tremendously from We representatives In some disadvan- strainer. riors. I
these newspaper Rating Scales 80 to 100 cities would then tape 43 While fiber. 65 Twilight. u ,
and booklets." telegraph our findings to the 22 Proper cond!. 45- Wee 66 Clarinet and

central office In New York, so tion. Russell, oboe. i .v-- I
SOME OF our very best applied we could complete a nation 23 Prussian musician 67 Court crier's .,.

psychologists are talented wide poll all within 48 hours, lancer 46 Relative of a first word. !

clergymen like Rev. Phil- as Dr. Gallup now does. m 8M
brook. So I simply utilized my staff DOWN r r

Like all good teachers, they of Interviewers for some of

realize the fact that both students these helpful marriage tests 1 Luxurious: s1. 13 Jug. 39 Tableaux.

as well as parishionersWant and other rating scales. 2 Diva's forte. 19 Like Mr. Md42 Quantity of ,II II WHEN THC HE S PAPER Bl1Ri4DIN LEAVING YOU HI Ills I Iup llll I MI6HTASWBUU
something PRACTICAL.It To perk up your Sunday 3 Melodrama's quetoast. yarn. I DON'T THINK HC TO ABULLFIGHTER MY COFFEB, ( rM NO MATCH /
isn't enough to offer ora School classes, imitate Rev. East -. 21 Holm oak. 44 Alight. HEARS A Wt7RDISAY ? f > FORTH e *
torical emotional and spiritual Philbrook and send for those 47 Ambrosia's ere n I } ( SPORTS SECTION
24 Cheat. iC-' ,
inspiration, though that Is desirable "Tests for Husbands and 4 Leon Uris concomitant.

Wives," enclosing a long title. 25 Large motley 49 Broadcasting & i $'
5 Sweet wine. collection.: 1 ..JLILLI
For people want tangible stamped, return envelope, room. .. V
PRESCRIPTIONS.In plus 20c. 6 Hitler'schosen colloq. 51 Interlace.: \y
medicine, v.e have long They "package" morality In : pee 26 Customary. 52 Saurel.
realized that a confidentialtalk a practical form for Immediate pie 27 Ragout of 53 Balsam.

with the doctor may use, and thus help prevent 7 Flaccid. game 54 Aphrodite's i + Ia.

clear: up the patient's prob- future divorce. 8 On -: avail 28 Kind of jury. lover.

able. 29 Not suitable 55 French man

> Military 30 Small bird. of letters

Secret War Rages In headgear. 31 German sea 56 Host.
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entries. 34 Broom. 58 Protection. .' WAITIN&TO
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Solution to Yesterday' Puzzle THIS MORNING TO ADMIT THAT KHARTOUM, Sudan AP-A; against Arab in open warfare- rf I HAD BUN WWNfi, VINCENT WHEN 1 HAVE VINCENT! *. 4t.
touches sensitive nerves not > -WHAT 1 SAW-AND HtARD-/TOLD YOU THE
vicious hit-and-run war is ragIng -
only in Sudan but in bordering! OHK \-HOW .H A V -I 'PMO-1 .HAOME I WHOLE 5TORY,
almost secretly over a 'ALL T00 RRIGNT .
Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and (j CRYPTOGRAM 'IIOU'LL. 1 le y1
parched African wasteland the Congo. M A
'i F R N A F (
nearly as big as France. I The leader of the southerners aA
St.GT :S I N E N
Generally backed by about 351 a tall nervous Dinka tribesman
million pagans, a handful of named William Deng, claims. A 'i v I N I IRA
"We are looking for a peaceful : S EOLC Q AFYRUN FOGAT, 1NOTIN
educated leaders
Christlan- are )
settlement. q GUQTG FELON.Friday' .
attempting to wrest three squalid :
Want IndependenceBut
from Arab-ruled
provinces .
cryptogram: Hag
Sudan and create an African In almost the same IR
Is. aghast at gnat's ..tlng.I .
breath he adds that the south 4jt
state of erners want independence and 1010 m I EGOIETEEOo4 I
Striking from brush and REED WHy.unp, 'TH.N Wa CAN POTGsr,0OMeoNa eta WHAT'*
the only thing they are willing a-a-I-WOC, tsr'C err :WITCH E AT a-sea-woca DIDN'TA HUN TUB PHONE NVMKS1
marshes, near-naked tribal warriors to negotiate is a selfdetermination 21&6lAir J_ Boa,CAN You Cury -. eroarso, DPf DRIY- aORORITY touts ..VH4N T 0* THAT UTUB AIR-
have isolated government plebiscite, which they are C DRIVa wa TO THi Iwo INenc' Cave {Hg HAC PAUesW PORT COTHPS Of
outposts. In many places the confident of winning overwhelm- Mon+eR wAe. STAY H Has MOM !
only safe travel Is by convoy.: ingly. Pollution Mother Slays AWAKa!

Government reprisals have Like moat of the leaders of "
sent thousands seeking refuge the movement, Deng Is a Roman -CommissionTo C7iIJ sti : 4Rf Iti
across nearby frontiers. The Catholic, educated in mission Three Children rA I

jails are full.Troops. schools and for a time at Meet HereThe 1 wA/ ., 1RIFTy

Tied Down 'the University of Khartoum. Then HerselfFALLS
National One of bis chief supporters is Florida Air Pollution Con-
The Sudan African
Father Saturnine, a Catholic trol Commission will meet In
Union SANU claims 10.000 CHURCH Va. (AP-
priest who was once a memberof he auditorium of Florida Citrus
Sudanese troops are tied downIn ,A 40-year-old mother, who un- t +r
the now-disbanded Sudanese Mutual on Friday, March 13,
three southern provinces, derwent treatment several
Equatorla Upper Nile and Bahrel Parliament. starting at 1 o'clock in the afternoon months ago for a mental breakdown ir 4!'

Gazzal. Conservative estimates Deng fled Into exile In 1961 killed herself Friday after
say one third of Sudan's and the following year organized The hearing will concern proposed shooting to death her four

18,000-man army is engaged. a SANU congress among changes and amendmentsto children.The '
Government reticence and exiles in the Congo. The congress the Commission's rules and woman wai Judith E. ttA NA t1A = .v.DCLi.ARS -*

the inaccessibility of the area named Deng secretary- regulations according to the Cox. wife of the principal of the .Ir wens c I
have served to keep news from general of the party and pro Florida State Board of Health Jefferson Elementary School. DOEo eEETLF wR Ts DcaB N5 WANT ;
seeping out. though serious claimed Its goal as "the establishment All persons desiring to appear Chief William Durrer of the FUNNY THIS TIME= i ,
fighting has been going on for of an independent African before the Commission are Fairfax County Police said Mrs LSTTER4
more than a year. state." asked to submit a Request for Cox left notes taking blame for I

The fighting pitting Negro Appearance, Indicating a brief the slayings and expressing fear
statement of their views or interest she might have to return to a

INCOME TAX EARTH'S GREATEST DEPTH in the proceedings, not hospital for psychiatric treat.

Deepest pit yet found on the later than Feb. 28. m nt.
G your t i cut rly! face of the earth Is the Chal- Twelve copies of the request Three of the children. Danny,
Valut I Strvict
A JENNINGS Big lenger Depth southwest of must be submitted to: David B.Lee 14; Laurie 11, and Timothy D.,

R. Guam. This 35.640-toot hole was Secretary, Florida Air Pol'ution 4 months, died instantly The
.. .
....ft..e MU N..-!'.".de MU .'tats named for its discoverer, the Control Commission P fourth Joel, 2, died m a hospital .
.. VMr. .1 ,... T.. ...v... British survey ship Challenger 0. Box 210, Jacksonville 32204 today. 0


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.. and till men Prefer
Mra. Evelyn Olll I. plaintiff and FOR SALE: one choir cemeterylot 0 Dine even ,. mmconewiititi 112 W..orle 8.2. live 'P
end Mildred RATES lour ..._. Lakeland Memorial 10 *.m. Peat. anurat 1'.1.' 10 Work oolnbinatlon. SunemIt. IU ClEAN PHOSPHATE s..d. 'DrI.wn.
Jharlle Oreon Is do- In mr .m.
ibis urIc ltar.anebls mom-
.. .. and lot
.... I hnvo lex'led upon and ardeni. *t liwo pric MrClark J" II Buih IK .D.DO.nfl in laud baithmlternnWOok trim atom Phone MItn.aoos UCNT .USINEBa oppor Also oed dir CLOTHESLINE FOS1S .r..I,
will otter for eel 5 Uj ... Type at ofllo will you MU 5-1245. opnnln.a. Writ 5. O. Boa Davis' MU 53071.i'QUALITY "
Candle II to the Minimum Wordt oow 121 ho..each work. Car eieces.eary .n. L..I.nd.wA kao..lo. b.l. S and 1 ..pl.II'
M.hent II No tat iou but not Pantola and Ar.entlnt r.o.
and beat bidder for ..uh. L ureuared D" Id. 41" erosiarm
at Minimum, Chargo-$1.05 r.-T .. musIc. Rtttnblim, bar from til 50 pair
th front dnor of tho Court roil reposiesied atitomallt oon.ullanl I HUh .rnln. : APpLIAN tar posl ."tr mottle jjorarleldi ., IHtO and
Ho.... BAL Interpretation aured I S. Will Wl delivery too Phone tat1101 -
at linrtow polk (County 1 1 S IS ever peymentemonth .7 A.ra C.d. II.h .hol.a.aoal. d"l.o. Home
Florida, on the I7lh day of Kebruary Word Den Din Dens Dart ... 1. W. TOr.DL Aopoietateflt. Lawlns Buslnas t. I melt paldeaooUou, Oredoato Ass 17-50. MOTEL AND bait kuilnai I cot- OOOD BAHIA ha'. Pineal borse Wtfor4 MaoulacturlniEXCHANGE .

t 4, Hit I come beIng a leialaalea 1-15 tl (15 attn 5310 11 15 Drove .. Du..r.. .10. 18&18. 4. Companr branliuNo Service Office, ctly Stall.OOoPkRhour I toSm plus I.. bedroom bouu neddlnl '100 bale Ten mile Old OR combine your

day. *t laD: pm., whlih In 1 -30 Ito 3 20.10 15 90 In.,1. 00 ntaht work. I* alert or pIne 4 room bouw, plus bait ihopLocalod City Road a j.'.... trading stamps, receive lltusooner
between the lead .1.| hotii of 51-3 a lift i S a For Inrorm.\oa. o.nlt.tulle p.rt limo. ru In Auburndalo '10' Ilk
lot2011 7 Lowninewtri t I" h. a end tale 110 id under
for p"ooDo
S."lc .
0 Trnlportatlo"TRAN.PRTAnON W Mni Bon COW .
eleven o'clock M-30 110 3 Va oh insulate en and TLzp .
A M and twoo 'tnaao S eacellent character .rld.. A. MU SMk noil r. I9 5I4J._ ______
\lock P. ).. of sold dav. the 1,1.l CLASSIFIED SPACE RATES 244 Or.ao. P. 311. reference and >r> srllUni and 1.0' on ..ke ". ., load
10..ln. described rioperly of the 59 it per column loch RKQUIRED Airu ON all make lawnmow. ..bl. is Wore herd for edvenci Moron Cour. _. 500 pr,Oi?, for Jemee pr. pULr IRNI. Comotua-
t .1'. .Iolnlt Boone ... and amsll onalnee a.tt- month Pull unhol.tered
defendant. Charlie RAT m'ntroli
and Mildred CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 115-4.15 rliht .u.rl.
Omen to aallnfy said .cutlon H.30 per column Inch ni.h School Cl. .Ld.OI mete. on repalra, 0.., AuloClertrle WIN TRIP TOWORLD'S now for price (17ao 1'n.: 10.1 be. 72 Flowers, Seeds, Plants chilri. pulpit choir rill in hi
cwo Wilier .
Mid 00.'. to.wit: .Dh..d. 8a. 901 "orl FloridaPhone Lea. ..* arnnird. O Ul Oik MU .-.'
On. JOeL Pl\month Fury 4. Contract Rttet Upon Request sea.. MU ''JOI. FAIR wvle"I Enka, Dick Recite. loll ii.: HARDY. r..t onowineprhcok

door ID etudeS Main, edo MU -1131. plonie O" hl.n.n AUCTIONFriday
*JSIimn, 1C #ta.4Ofli WANT AD DEADLINE Id LASTS etneap The brd.e
bOttle radio and healer WORD ADS AND RPACE ADS BUILDING TRADES 37 Mortrw Rinovattn AVON w.," Service will hire two .u.Ute DI.h. Auburndalo WO ''J8. 50 down delivered MU .a.3e

MONRO19 RRANh.NSheriff ; 4 30 pm day before publication ro.t taleimen tar two .tbl.2 COlts Luodrl.e weubiri- AZALEAS. bud end bloom IteRosei Nites Only
delivery. .
KlorldaBy of. Polk County
adt mutt be In our office .before 'teearre lea. Ar* Mattrt Com .. 000eual opportunity. Oood tor..10. 103.RBTAUIANT. IrDO. .1 Owent Hureerr. .
... Frldar>. 'a.1 toolS .
4 30
Chief KOoriNQ paoy Phon MU S-0541 IOU after treble. Porld. w. buy er .I rot
U-so' Deputy CLASSIFIED DIBPLATtl OdID., WlDWI.. eumlnu.. .ILr. 6' Box 1395 comml.ilon' and bonus D.. POll. r.nl Fully CAMLI AZAES. ro_. JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCIN
Write P. MU
r- '00 a m. day .before publication eo month to CConuactlnt 49 wlnl .sportation mat operallni ci. .ulpp' C.I -87. .Ibunum. .. pom.. hi
Pemps p.
NOTICt OF INTENTION nacept Sunday. paper Company. Lakeland luroisked. Must M neat bl.. er m' rca.en.5ly CENTER
TO MAKB APPLICATION adt must M In our efflo Frl. Phono MU I.1952. A. la.ur. -.rrled. L.a 50-se and alto .. Nuneri ..tailJINOBR
POR UN At DISCHAMOK day befer 19 00 noon). m... MU t.9011. P. Eu>&moo. LET MONTGOMERY: Ward drill Hi ol..UD to poit smell bent. Alee who 197 -pr., Street phone .

In R.: Bal ate of All ads muit 'be In $1'. Ledier root. your well and Install your waterirelem hit t "" "wd sollcllon ti WANTE 02.J37J. SEWiNG machine -

RUTH 8ANDtn3; SHARPKDereanefl. office belor 11 00 am. esturdsy HOI.. IEpAIRB.. .p.'Dln.. .. .,.. Up t 3* monthe t* layPhone i0eka home ealli with manner choice portable er' eonsel. &1.-
for publication la Mostly "Iok.. FlorIda MU 5101. baitS- emmlolD. paid Uansoor.. Feeds, Fruits, .. darn mono,
ubln.l. 7 v.gr"
n. For detallTa.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- i paper foci 30&a. Mr. H.furnished.W. .m. make ".tohol. Pay .balue -
.1m. Petite
C/ltNI The Ledier will not be re.ponilblo Frontline tnilneerlnt firm Florid Hotel .t its ".. IELP SERVICE frul Alo. of 125 .. monthly,

Notlre la hereby riven that 1. lor more than one EMPLOYMENT 'nooSe payroll clerk oiui osperirnct arc 1? mom *OD w 10Dd.. S.SnOrts- LIQUOR LICENSE hipped. Open day eareptdaturdty Credit MI..r. 8U..11.
bee filed mv final report an ArtmlnlMralnr Iniertloa Florida.
Incorrect In accounun* and Lakeland. Florida 3601 dorlli ..
'' purol rmtic. Fo WHITE SHOE skslei plastIc
of the of
octet* HL I M .I
ANDk.R8 PHARPh deieaaedthat THE LAKELAND LEDGER ONE STOP SERVICEFREE 52 Help Wonted on ihlns Salary bkkHPln.. ..m.me Boi 071 Winter Park Florida *"-101.OINOn wheel. end cw*. Oood ,0Ddllon.

I l-a\.* filed my riellllin.. for TELEPHONE '0 W.llm. Lord Bnitneerlna .lovible. Polk County. ORAPEFRUIT'.Picket. MU t 9J07KENITH. .

final' dlachatie. and that I will ,no New Mulberry. Hllhwvy, Package. Advise best cash ahlp. DownM cdlRutur : Lel..lo, and S l.h-

apply IA the Hnn RlrilAKP AMRONSOV MU 6-1151 ESTIMATESRemodeling CARFER POSITIONS Lakeland. FionasAM APPLY hOW Road a" tackle. .. aO. New FlorMotel -

.. Cnunty Judc_ of Pith A.t Tho MB lust for you or price. Reply t THE rip clU-ut ful Ida ". 5 JO lo .00 PM

(:ount,.. clonic. on the IMh day A.1 Immediate' InlervlowaA I..prl,- a..I..ne. QUALIT d.I,. Sperlal .
sofa 1&0.W.nd.r
ar M..h. 1ge. for n' the Courteous service' ., .'l Pre.duoe SIMMONS HIDBA.BI
apprewe ship
.m. .nd for final' dlatrari* ... ANNOUNCEMENTS Florida Rooms A.1 New lobs duiipAI M.k more '. .round earnlnis Box F.225 Market. : North an0lflmer ho.. d.lu. tit. Fort.
lOII 510
Administrator ii f the estate' nf at net I flrmiA own business Whim no I .r'b. 110 I.Lhlo.lL.
City EmploymentAll 'Illni I. I 3.>l's.
1 lob liutineeA'S Toadrr.ad
ItUTH SANDERS KHAKI, <1eceeaed Additonl Repairs E..lu.I. 10.d. "Q.lr. c/o Lakeland Ledger
Trained, taunenioraA'S Mayflower.
5 Pinonol NotkM ia a .U' TRAILER AWNINO. .
This 13th rlav nf Pihruarv. 1h54 Storage Space Feet tea deductible ..orate .Por.lcal TOMATOES .1 UJ' Olad Otna.t. la.20.
Week's Fee ,
/./ fLAtDB A. 8HARPEAdmlnlalrator seed tooli and A I Ectabilahad 10JI Jobs Only Vi Moat ..D .' ho .bl. to Foil SALE: Mulberry TV and ApMlanre . .. <0o IbBeit .
Buy f SELL tunt Roofing A.1 Mem chamber of .omm.rc ""-"" OM t.o. All stork and ,oulpm.al.plu. Cholct tomatott ..0" DIXIE iii ito'.. like neW.
of the ea .l>.tlni aoods. Dial MU 9-49M A.1 personnel Service51t STATISTICAL TTPtRT ruckD" I.L Western Union basket tomato3 Ib lOc, Iu5 Bnldert Mobile Home Sate.
tale of KITH PANDERS for estlmili Culberson Hardwire Tempo Bl aiency ... S Ib (I.00. Telephone .n.lua
lolni t I. 7501
Deeeeeed.NOTICE T.mp 22.-21 SECRETARY T CMPROLLEI WritE Dirk Praiell .u.ln. Health force* isle
n.WRT. SHARPE TRADINO STAMPS oirhansad orq BANK RATE FINANCING WANTE FOIl rll.lo. pukllna. DOCTORS Firm: Sunshine Uoven m-'iSiT """. """" *"*"" Riper tomatoes .. 10 Ibt U.00 ONB a ... eld Spinet pl.no.

bOu.ht. Altaian, .07 ...t 1100. B..n.ot torad.npm"L. ACC'TS RHCE1VABLB CLERK Addrel' I o Boa l* 1150 Used once MI.r'* Half.

.12-18.2. and MACHINR BOOKKICFPKROENKRAL Florida IN .m.n HOUGH TOMATO HOUSE way Ru..Phuee 3.11
Kffecrlve: Friday. January HI. McGinnes Lumber Co. Cmol..toD. TVFI8TCI L.kl.nd. PAITItRHlp bualncua'
NURSING home .,. .
1114. the business heretofore. operated 0000 Special attention slven to I 21.35. 11100.11'.1 central .ERK.ADV. EXPERIENCE .DIVItM needed. JaTn" rapllal t 11.. ?.1 t.ID..m.1 9MM G. Lk. I 10 EXECUTIVE.:herrywood. with Formica desk topJ9i60 .
aa a partnership by Ksinn K the needl of each patient MV Florida Bend resume t* Soc F2JS TRAINEES HIOH SCHOOL mol owoer-operetor driv. .
ni for 30" electric lov WIth'
Willis and J. Laorema WilliomeUndo Lakeland Ledier GRAD North American Van IDEAL OPPORTUNITY. Nsw Tsi-
9 21 J COO West Main MU < 3141 Jn... IIlaeWcud
CURB OIRLB America faeteit-irawlni, Service Stittoa for 74 fruit nutomalia event bl
the new nt WII.US ANt> .0 lea**. Tri
FaS.rio. 010'10. *" hinds New Sea
aAIJ at Dodn'
CI.tiARANCE eomp.o corner of
WILLIAMS KALI 1103 .n.w sod
AUTO al .. 150013 Fiortda AveoalFabrire : I MANY OTHER trehhog' |, Ompl.Le l.nlo. VieW aluminum storeroom. ti4>t.
Ksat .' 3032 $ 53 Wasted Female .11 pan Combee dolniaoellent tree Vol.soiaad
Main Street Lakeland 101' Help ."olorm. lad. A..p 200 CITRUS
moo retail* lor
onerndunedu a to 10
coil ,21 .'> or.ol urln.
loofinROOFING 1.0. lola
'r P root Two
Id. i .In sour
was rllasnlved. and elect Room 208 Arcade Bldg. nc .Pineapple on lilt U your or 5B5. MU
Lawrence Wllllama I... sold and DALI CARNKOIE siaduile* jour I WANTED. ass OS to round Mo plenty eelllni of ,'I Iroleunt 1575 Company. Call MU .- la L. Olbson ttt-4731 0.40.0d.
WAITI" or 851 873
transferred all hi. right. title andtntereat our Likelsnd chapter for fui DKP.NDABLI..ork.m.oll. '. M.morl.I Bouln.rd ApPII..nLe: be required '
In I h. meld buelnrsa tciiton and fellowihlp New reiltfentiind a sod 50 between .3 IDEAL BUSINESS opportunity Landscaping FOR SALE trocery' tier'* nulp.,

} f. Wlllla who mill continue .Ir.m. Call In.2J7. or 610. Oan..Comber pum.ol.. ,. I. 8ALE8LADV WANTED for better 54 Help Wanted Male tar or a hI. a 1.1 model Iran. for couple E.Labl.hed. Earellent 7 mOt In eaoellent endlLoD. 'r_
pi .
P.O. 1742.Lok.l.nd. 1 dr.eia perlencd selllnidresnei r..D.bl. down of new price ,
to operate the said business ... Case 0' wrIte 0. IU ". ioc.Uoe. ..0. Box lon C.I lullrr
J? audjat 'In .tk.
tItTOlWILLIS AUTO PALES at : and aportswear. excellent no. For t". 3003. Labriaod' HARDY SOD .J&.IJ1 befor L
ALL ruuideattet detail.
e. oct. .
Permanent position after T mSKLLrTRADE
1101 Kiel Main Ktrect lakelandPolk L018' BLIP Corer chop 206CheataUt .. Tpll rol repaired or replacedMcCoy opportunity tdwtrdt: Many. 120 Main' CAREER OPPR1NIT: itertlniulery Personnel OO..D.. ni'DISTIl FOR Sandy Koufaa.. HeslUir, Lawn Oraao.iDiokit .88.18 p

County Florida. be.innlns at Ro.d. II.I.e071. Dna.ponhee. 'i and Sheet Metal. I..t .8 hoe- Wayne .It. .. writ 0.. fibuloui. no prop lear. ESTIMATESBIS Thre* .I feed
S:00 clock' a.m.. Saturday February bede000ude, ella aovens.Ausiol .Ro.t.ou. MU BKCRITARY, COMPLETE resnon. nOel a Insurance plat .retirement Norm American VI o*. Do.artment euro thruit velocity outboard D FREE bin.. chirk brooder ..
1. 19(4 ancunlaina' ...... mEninea I.a .3IJ. .Ibll. On person office 0.,. prairam AlaS >4 40 jjs. Warn. in. .n.lo.Runs ID ." 11.... S lint.cor N Ollmoro' MO -.a Nollolr. Ilk* new. Too-15
Faton K. Willie. d/b/a rods installation Hun- DO YOU h*'.. mold a I onuti.. on .. dutlei Must b* lood married huh achoel irsdnile er' dl.a. pal. sea soIl, Iiao Ir.. .h.l. New portable
&..BTOSVIUJ8 AUTO SALES dnede 01 eaopbee 10 ihaOl rrom. fur roof or aiSles I .I r.lyplit. Shorthand desirable but equivalent phone e$2'6405.EXPORIENCED "10 first Coo decIde. LIVE >l>ury cleaner Plant City
by chemical For not reauired Write moo F.995Lekelsnd BAIT INSTRUCTION
1101 Neat Main Street1.oh.land TANK.
AUTO INSURANCE had an ao. estlmal call MU t.5914. ricapperSet .pralp 7&.20.
Florida I dent ao Iniurancef Itl.htmODLh. Lediermllesie \ Cork I AM to t Ill Plan Include .1 .. ,. POST. TRXATtD or unlrealedup ,

v a to pay Call MU ..a..a. RBIIITERE 00085. .0 hour ,. North Florida wrll: INITUC'PRT.1435 Schools Blaket and rostiompoeac

IN THE CIRCUIT I COURT OP OPALS BEAUTY Shop Is now 2 4 Plotter Stucco .. celere IJ"I pi.'non. MU .a.l. WAREHOUSE CLERK LI.n.. L n.l. 84 a..,.So a 1 suns. north of

open In Medulla 0 andrea alt .ubl.I I LAROEST and tnOll .
CUlT IN AND FOR POLK south Oarden Drlvt Plain tham-.LASTERINO.. pATHINO. new.. WAITRESS mieted. and technlclana, ..,U. local phosphate company I or.ul.lo.1 FRIDA" u" school Lakeland 3.1)9. IIS8.160.

COUNTY. .FLORIDA IN CHAN POD and set. tl 50 Oil shampoo .lln. ..., licensed Jell Tel. .. Discount Ltqttore.nraedwaean perlence In pho.ph.1 operation has vacancy for high school .I.I.L Shut mo.rD Colleat 11* G. Pin 8tCompletely WII 121 .P A C.. .JOI;
CKRVDOROTHT. and ..L. 5175. Haircuts, tl 50 Pr. ..I. 5 Van Fleet B.rl... and l.bOutr ore dress.ini .thli rPloD. !e.1 dtr.1 remodeled' air eondl .om..o sod pan I sotsy SOS.
lOAM RFHAND, ) Perminenti IS.B5 and up PhonteS2 In. Ask for Mr Louli r..rh development graduate with warehousing ni oaperlence hepu. t.n.c. handS ample parklni MU4919 00, saw ; two trurk700kl5
Plaintiff | ee4. Open 0 ooa 00. PLAIN OR ornsmental Plaster- 3705. Direct In"ulrl. L Frank M experience. Minimum of ...* cban .1 .. tIn.. I ply MO 1D51Chetrrolrt
_v.._ inC and stucco. PatchIng InvitedFree Murphy Corp AT.: We.ley MItotialon six .n.. required SPECIAL THIS moat only Com lOW nlleai.
{ RaPlNKD: Wt4tTEwooeueeetranepunlattan WORKINQ MOTHER nerd helper FO. Bartowida months experience B. r plel ... 5150Bookt .n.ta.
CECIL Jl'ORElIAND.J..r..nd.nt. 10 end front work.LeknieodMulbOrnI eetlmalee Henry I Wl| t car. for ono child at homediy Ro essentialand 22.L.lad r..r.LAKN. ..L.I.D Pay tit lit H.noe..

Will P.'. IIV 1.01. M e'04OLOOK week Phone 11..01. knowledge of Industrial INET mo.L d. leern tl.' .ID.I.de. Beau-.SMITH 19 tauie double barrel
C... No 10100.O.12SUIT Hush ichool lu.. ... you
coin "
knots 7 pm only ihouun 10 barrel.
a.0333. PARTIIM h.lpr. parts and luodrom.1 IsSchool. tit South Florida Ave. doubl
equipment .
highly Par
FOP OIVORCC comYOUNO heaiui reasons. ..- Phone MU 1-131EVENING loom bell and 1515three
NOTICE TO DEFENDTO WANTED: NUR. assistant lordolr' with mune desirable wood Drive i sun IL
TO WHOM IT MAY o.ap .p.rtnil. Preferred age 25 Whol
tune M.. .t
Ch-ClL, KOHFHAND UP .ofc .252. Lakeland Call ataohcn rt. a.ulj 35. Apply In MJOI Oil, has two Bay; REAL eslal. .now u.o.be 10.1 01. Alt Itm.
(/o )Ir. ft Mr. bar Kent CONCERN: 1.55cr.WANTED. tar apeolnh.neOt, person or send .'. C.for leas. \aacent formlni for pro.I. lalosmrnand cnditon. P"ed ..

Camp RotarY Thli It to edvl.e thai I tm MAN trained In boded resume to employment supervisor. ( la Lakeland. ler.e.t .hop. .brokera. Pr toom.1'3' OMhU .. Pon. ..n.3a. .
_. Real
Berkley HoadAuburndale Interated In the builnrsi Cars For Sale ads ExPEIOIENCE3O am.ilonincra tion. pnonl Itt .r.
not today's tire sillln and collectlns t* buymuireit International PlItC *'' pol"'">1 .
Florida known .. MOROAN BROTHERS: day ahlft 001,. Piprtni In SOlOS builneii. Majority Teaeonabl"1" lor. tit 8711
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIFD REPAIR SERVICE operiled al In this section and be Paoklnc.L.ake Alfred l.d. WL.'n flnenclni available 1450 and Chemical Corp Va' tar nuelUied" mltSa'nl' MONTOOMS3IY Sot WARD I r.Iramltor ,

that putt for divorce has been filed 2101 Wilt Olive Slreet Lakeland amazed by the excellent H..n. monthly itarllni lalary and 'iprofiu P. O Box 867 .I.b Call> GET INO 0. Ca Wulb.r"It"
with the Clerk of th* Circuit CourtIn Florida. and am not liable lor UNENCUMBER, Send qualtflcitloni Bartow Flor-.1..ln.l. ..la..D. WORKI a-31.
and for Polk County aaralnat any claim attlnit audi builneuS values. Don't delay. HOUIJK&lpE. Live la . ro..a. > too or ida. .a.14 CIVIL PORTABLE DRESS Maker eewlnimachine
by DOROTHT MAIL rOKb- .nl. wo. 0 Broadway, Bar- C B BUILD1NO, S.. .. aoL bar condition u5.
you North
/ Floyd B. Morgan ** rllht perMit apply 610 and hall Men.women IS and over. Secure Prfel
- HAND. and you are hereby required .. Fln'h. wo 7.3411. tow co Uvlni Shorten lobs Hian ptr hours Ad- Phone 811..
to ..", of anwer DV ll! cone lo.lo. IInor .
- a copy your Polk by home ANTIQUE ROSEWOOD Sofa Cor.ner .
County. On ... .1..ot.
other written def ifany l'a
or nnnp. and federalessmt
CLASSIFIEDINDEX Hate cabinet. Mlscellaneoui llemi
One .'. lo.l.
upon OLIVER! L. OIl. iiH. 11..0. down Inlormallon 101 HibrlMn, Corner Florida Lii-
JR. Plaintiff I I t ) AAA Writ B. M-af. Lskelaod write: Lincoln Service. Boa U.*2t. DU'.
} EmploymentAll
: ;
.. lln ieddr.e. O \ Lakeland Ledier
lakeland Klorlda, on or before the AnneuncimtntsIn When You Need A CHAIN ONE OMAN 110 volt electric, plant

Sod day of March 1><4. and beforeor Memerlem Only % Week's Fee DEALERSHIP let trust.te model. will pow

Immediately thereafter to file Card e< Thanks ASST MOR AUTO EXP W* .. offerini for the firet LIVESTOCK "r T. r.'rl..lr. l.hl etc.
lImo .1
with th. clerk of acid Court, the Auetiee>eLett SURVEYORS and true Ila. c. .I.trl
ordinal of acid anawer or other : and Causa1l I COMM ABI8TANT land lura with an entirely" n.. ilarter 175 H.
written defeneea. If any a 1'......il l eletlenV ipproichShould. anlsed hardware ro bulldlnilostlni

If you fall to do ao deer* pro S PI..anSaiut_ INSURANCE FINANCE DEBIT TRAINEE be bluer than $8 Dogs Cats, Pets do.k. lot at aoartaln
confeaso will b* entered .".In.t ; ..... 0.1e EXTERMINATOR: TRAINEE HOT DOOS OR HAMBURGERS Wisconsin online
%ou for the relli d.manded by the "' BUSINESS SERVICEUSE AUTO II"L Cula necessary lutoo. oive HOLLY K.DO.I. .re.th. small enamel 61344

bill of Complaint BulldTngTtTailtsIt WELL DRILLER number for. appointment Chr.BO"RINQ Ted Vies AU.". H.wNullr" 111 & Memorial Blvd

WlTNk.8H my hand and official! Conoltleeilr.* BUILT.UP ROOFER WRIT BOX M 950 LAKELAND 511505,. Sf000 WU DININO SUITE bed. S39.
air LEDGERAutomeble
seal. of office at Bartow Polk 13 Sonic. theee. Sine SHEET MRTAL MAN a.ln. host. 129 d" : cornet

(County Florida, this JBth day of Sullen*, Oareenterln STATION AT'UND"N1WANT Vying Chihuahua.. Tot cod.! t.bl. Ismps. miscellaneous

January 1 4H 54 CeneI l..ae.oieonlIS DINER COOK Bervlre T nrrlnra. JIIR...... Po..nnln.OOm.D temt 1021 Cleveland B.I.ht

ft. SWAN. )R'. loetrieet Istermlnatlei......oeiy THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE 2ND COOkSUTCI0ERB.EXPKRI55E pprok til.000. $Bu.'o.10.000 not. In.p".rd.ttoah053 flb.'uo..I" Blvd 18..71Repssesse
Clerk of Circuit ( onrtByl
.. ud .0011110.
II Floor' So0ocna Orocery stor. male Hwy la tows.
LUC1LB HASTINGS It Palnta.. 0_....., OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER MANY OTHERS '12.000. Cok.r'. 1.1 Shon la "orl kae.ostn. and Trade-Ing
Deputy Clerk 20 as*,.r* General Room 208 Arcade i e.Omu.
(SEAL' 21 Roof.n. COLUMNS Bldg. Bu.ln. corner near I..to.o. Singers 4 Whites
U-so' Sheet at.f.1 Work CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE .a.lo. CN-lOBo torrty'a POODLI Bhopp. Pro
$2.. torse Metal rrocmhe.. 000nIps. -
NOTICE TO CREDITOR 2> Tool Kintals" Trajler Park. appro. 4'' aura. f..ooOI. kathl.'n Road. ....P. Hal wilklnt built-in

IN THE: COUNTY 21. ..'mm.no male Auto R.palr.OENeATI. I Lamp Repairs MAINTENANCEELECTRICIAN 003-4040.. Home, e..ab2. stOned to' .tooL II.h..
JUDO COURT IN AND FOR 24 Plaster ttueo* nalticDt Home. 591.500. .. Fully .by .
POLK COUNTY FLORIDA at WeMlne' reiu- LAMPS REPLACEMENT: shade RBI8TERED CHIHUAHUA rue.. .. ...r.OL 1500 d..lo.B.I.o. rmonl
In Re i Faiate or Business Service .1. BTARTE/B.' r.dl.lot'{'Lamp pins and repair Imperial Must b. ....11.by minimum' er JOHN BRENNAN its. 10' loS terrIer.kI lIons, nhihoaltua 8'ud 0"., payment MUtusI 3-41.17

HARRY ALBERT BOLDER, I* Furniture ajefl'ishin repaired. forelin domeetlo Motors studios. :2509 south orleini Aveme 4neeu. .ol.n.. In HEAVY MU
IloceaiTo It account,n*. aoukkeeelnsSront Sod MUlpped little MU ...8a INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE and J 81.0..1 3.20.
All Creditor and Peraona Clue- a. ,,.., ihop tua. II yean .. Ii I.rMllng no pahrtoo hudhoc soc 01 bI ueoololo.iroubhs Reallor -455.410J FOR aAtJ. tour .....ltul 50.1- LAKELAND'S
t tt !
II aoy neteauty .
and will We'kaold.
leg Claim or Demands AI"tn.t1I.ld )0 Parlorsloor leniler. a I.L Florida & Storage 'j .hOln. be r. O'nL' Slelnata' .
WIth huh MU
Eatat Drmn.n.ko H..nnl'iit. tm4807RICHARDS. volt Rou000ihio. C.I 8.10.pup.

You and each of you. are hereby U CeverlneHouse SPEEDOMETER: ALLIED VAN Oar bess moo. .a. helplul Prevlout 10..rum.D enperl.lie A$3985 INVESTMENT .04 Bnounh LOWEST PRICES
mandatory OP YOUR
51 ) OWN
notified to file In duplicate Hi Most,.. ........ tteeele Service. Complete tooehDeod In. In'o. y.m.l Warehouse Our 3 4rur old hlihly r., .'' Phnoe .U 1-.4 0. MU
ciatma: and demands whh'h you r ndrsrtn Nursery service. 110 Huhlsud Strict . A..t NU rrmanent lob lood worklni con. Irm Is lookini an ..17JIBIUOL. Linoleum run 1 IS tip
h_\* ncalnst ah estate of HARlOt 10 I.aoom000en&Sarnil ca'J0t55.as dIllnosandenreiinl.mpioyachnnnlhla. to .0.1'.10. ARC nod 11005 Hllh boil turbots 515555IJ
.......... :88T enable men or' woman r.'o"d
ALBERT BOLDFR del ease I. In "' Qualified applicant Worm.dr..d 50 a piece
eta. Soroks
the office of HILHARU A. BKON- 10 Mev.no. M*.H,n*. iteratePhetoeraehy MUR" p ouroir. till. 10001br please apply .by letter er In per.on es rout In retail of fast stores selllni This merchandise Is nutS 10 50. e53.etOT. ..1. dll.11, ososs
a .
p eurotoonr Sn boioal a your .1
eON Count Judge. at his officeIn .. ..,.... ,....,... auto 10 Ocor.'e anrnio. C.al.r. Organa.Panol M Industrial' Relation Do.nnnimtnt dlinlfled profitable bu.lnes. with 073 S Ret. 121 50 Bo> .prla. erIno.up"n.
the Court House at liartow ... ..... LeuneW Am.rlo CyanimldCompany unittonso 111'5
41 P..I. 0. hIS irowlh l> In thli
1715 North Florida forr.p.I. area .
Florida within six calendar months 42 Had,a, Te,evil. .... terviee A.au. YAMAHA PIANOS. SSlfl eervlreHlihest B'.lr Plal. Brad nveilment O"O'le I ARC MINIATUIIS PomOna on. 1.ranchos I f reeser t2t tt
... .. !. The lalesl In electronicequipment end liability Florida. o.r. eompl.1 in. hIatt. 00. WhIte.' Imparted hock
from January 16 1064, whlrh Is 41 re Qu.lt I. ,. 4 piece Jo.o curved
Opetste .
tacoS In no 0181
MA.ainas Is d.trmlaIO. illable. l. 1041 .n.or hm. .round. Hisnoonhic.
Sewlna Brle..Br. .
the date of the flrat pilblkatlni :: lull An Equal of lie* No 10. .11 95
teetie TsT .. the eiact trouble 1 Florida Avenue. Opportunity Employer r"ul..d. "porl.n. MU .
of thl. notlte Each claim or demand .. ""..,... oem. vahuahha aLH o : Stamp. 1..00. we live 00. .aJa. Used bedroom .ult. empl.
mOat be In writing. must 41 ,_. .. 0"'.. Snt'aiie4s but baak ci all you hoacat. plele tralnlni la your area Appll- 01I.mla.ID
atate the plaio if residence and lestete C Oboe meal. eon000 t.od mark. Call 053.I Picture Fromeso'ICTtlOI 55 Saleswomen cant selected will .eanected tosero4oa 19 Livestock nun .hell $3 20 UP

post .addresa of the claim SnaVee'nlnc: ".::.m 3223 I araueo oohotmOOt loSer. and collect weekly. Muithave Ood u. TV'a 1.lla
ant. meet be aworn to and mont to Pllins car a minimum of 5 BUY bad no. 400It. I lot value to 57 t5
Beaullful hou. YOUI .
". filed .. .aforesaid or else mine Employment Auto Seat Covers rimes and mouldlni FRAMES.:Custom and 8ALlII MUST b* elperl weekly and bo able la .. Immediately lot w..pp Wnolo.rh.lr. now tl $5 nl
reedlns pattern .
Used dinette 11880
will b.con.101,1. mplevment. Aveeiele* .110. Pot personal Interview P0,05 Dr WU .1. ua
Shop IU .771
>rady made. Ostnei and aoods Bellisbrlci .
SI Al Qood ussd refrliaratorl -
CIIARLF8 R MATERAdttlniatrator SitU' want.dSI 1607 OrleanS Street. 3.3804. .... .. nil South write Box N.28. Lhl.od 33055.HOIIOEA. .t.. .
CTA M.'. Wsnte. ._... LINDS AUTO anal Coven Com Florid AT Led. Ilvlni u . 0400U.
I. Hiip, Wiot.d. Mali5S Interiors. 'J6 MU ..a.I. P.I.ul. TRAIN ltD. Or..ob.k.In. Ityle erift paint 53 91 lallon
tr&rebruary. .. ..,... pl.1 o.omoU. 1.IUd. .. m.no.r.. .
MU 9 7510 P rlala. Also lari lank Flumblni ind
NOTI'II 0.. PU.LIC SALE "OR ..,........ E.I Plumbing Repairs 56 Salesmen DUmlr. I rI,. P5000 B.rl. aJO.IIOI H.d.... 0

STORAGE: 0 tl 7 Aeente Verb Wanteo a.taimlm Building QRAUK CHAROLAIS .bull. A000a, FOAM RUBBER

I'I1hllo Nntl. I. hereby .Iv..n financial I 1 PLUMBINO Im..n.. SALESMAN WANTED for horn Idelivery 6 Mortgages I Charolall co.. heifer 1135 each : PLY OUTLET

Old begInning, 1964 on at Ih.10:00: lInt A.Mcontlnulnt doy. end of 19 .u.I..... OeeortunlnetInsurance o s N E R AL CONOTRUC'l'OOtC: i'k'n. ..1555 or6B2 0100 company. ale 25.50 Comml..11 ho.pltsll ,BUY BUILD sell. rellnence PHA Two...01.1 .rl..charolala AU t.. We Cut It Any Size!
1757. O .
Room .ddIUon. Custom c.bln.to.In..rlor. ba.IL. end VA .
moruuei First
from day to day until 5 North
.ro.p Id.at end 10rlI 0.100 Mo' WI PAY TOP PRICES
.. ttoeha, BJenet
Invettmento .10n.
entorior decoritlni isie Corp of Florida. 501 '
all .araao Id. a'. will veil ftl Appl Bordoa' DaIry. 5 1101 Lok.land, Hllhwsy *l.
atortosee* For Oood Used Furnltur
.onheo d hllLh 4 > D.a
: Fr modern pinellnl Ida MU -3U? '
Public Auction the bin nest bidder f .
to Nionsy Leete) Plumbing L.k. Wlr. Drt.. and Appliance.CALL .
and Free esll Supple
f oraaetiateur warehoua. at .; Wantse To Berr Rolo. ildlni
90 ft Supplies
E., payment. Cell tBS I FULLER BRUSH met aosoe.. Poultry MU 3-2044
110 West Memorial' lilvd. Lakeland Hortleulturo 3.60.'Fine craftsman. Local ..OD'tr..lr. It. H MORRIS Do-It YeoraltPiutehlni uornbooammklnthiaane

l"torida. the follnwlMK good. C tervieePertiliser hoodedCAIOI'EN7LR and electrical Supplies F.HA. ,. .. POLK TRADING
7S true Li ra.da uS you' T oucsaaa Purl 10 ruin QUAIL sal d'
ware. and merchandise for etorat eeM. Sell .'.., Information and deliverytool D &I
n cod brick ,ukeedthred. 'ho much to slant C.1 81..U.3 I 4.125 I: 30 0 m MART
and other char geouna hick alien aiotMrs, tiHi. Plant.Poods JlLOCK. rental pi. N. so ... U ,
on th. aims la t'lalmcdLet : ;: Pra.t.VmntublO5 .on. PlandaroomL.nntnelns-ed >4 Ii Ice. tSt.5415, for dealershipS aua.i" and CONVENTIONAL U.S. Hwy. 92 East
u Trees MU 1(60 92 Wonted
Ne Owner P.I' F 0.0551 *ilei t oOiO.14. LakelandPrinting Pit
71 ".., c .. I
#127 Velma Lynch t. LsnMe'... > Work Wonted
n Milan rttoiiienbu' MurserieeTree Carpeting MORTGAGE WANTID. A lcw dalre ,." eon WHILE THEY LAST
71 51)4'l Nelson 71 turearyOrev I hOld. wl.e top ra.h% PUbS

533 J.. W. Winton ;: .su.ementtan CARPET: EXPORT .alltameiitnotallailon. ALL TRACTOR WORK ..* Mo..- Pnnsns .-ua.
Poll piloting
67 Jo'.nk Wllholmto Matber's your nM.r.l Inc aod diaoiog. NlW .oulpm.ol LOANS If you Stats been lookini for anElerlrolui
II. W. 1on811.1n Inttructlon 4524131.Concrnt.. Pu.alll.pnon. NU 5-4404. Comm..1 Quirk' ...... Cell for t... cellmates. .bsrisin with a newlachlnt

WIIII.m Mor..n a. Dane'..*. Mu eLaneuae 10. .Lolet..ad.. Ilho."L.. f,. .L P.... NU ..J. I MERCHANDISE I suaranlee 1963 model

Ito 111 r.. Lov"l1Ii ** ALTERING. ZIPPERS To m.k your property easier toioU eninsmioo.S out C.ll Tampa JJ"
o.o'm.n; Brown ;: tsSeels I rewesvln.. lewlna all r.pl.r.. drum homo easier 71JJ or Mini in and make your
19: n. C. Krauni livestockM Radiator S.rlc ;'.; .: lou.fr_ 54t Norfolk JI':10"I' to jwn take advantaie 01 aneasy.toiet 94 Coins 0 Stamps .1.lon lotrolux Cor.. U.
LICKNBED CONCRETE contrso You en ..
l1f fl.l.lnn Welf' ... 0:7tL05m & D.
Per .
lo firs
obtain th.
NflhlKitS TRAN0FEt I Ia D.... c.... Pate steps toe .Drl.stmti.. .lor.. .Id..lk. ANY TYPE ndlator service. u& est.rhor' work free 5511,01a.nosionabla 113 ao up of value and up t* SOlor '> BTAMS US piste, ind .'DI...
.. LI..._. P.IO. rebulldlniPeddyi 1140 West Walnut
$'VORAIJB CO.By .I.nln. recorlni price' MU MU of 533 With purmnnltorms 'mlh.
brldiri K. H MarcIa. 5411 flro 0 .
Poultry 4. tuaellott Kidlitor ., MU .II. street. tS2 5564.
Wn,. J. Norrl. C.bbiiSocIm.. lnl. 1.3614. Ml.. Tu.om.D.WOUL 30 .. Call tods MONTGOMERYWARD
H15I eomplet* details
Owner .
*9 Waat.d'-.Ln.ntoei. Pel Lk.llI1d.f.nc. LIKE carpenter work
IT.>H'NOTICE Mtrchondlwtl RADIATOR LEAKS Rrcorlni' r. I PC p.Ltla.. Res.onable. MU 1. Con"DUoo.I loans up 10 'II' 95 Bicycles o MotorcyclesTRIUMPH

OF tHIRIPFt I SALE Airelanee illdlni. See Oeniler 9202 South 2 74OENERAL. ot acprslssd Value WilL P.o.ol
.... Florida. 10 macs In Lakeland Inrm.allhpeara, AND Yamaha Sal..
Under and by virtu ol arutlon Caffis-.Sauwai MUTUAL FENCE Compsnr. Inc ...enable. Most Ramblers, wa DO .
PordliCh.rrolotu. sod lie.trl.atanlls
Issued out of and und.rthe :: ainoot.. "-..II.M...._. ._ Lowest prices ne down paem.nt.ausrantead. 002.4007.Swimming I teawine, 1 .dPI:rI"i .nl.. larn

coat. of the civil Clalma Courtof en ocr ..'_M'... W* wont undersold tilt dll.te"o""bl. POLK COUNTY mo.1 Lakeland mo.1, Co. its Installed Fencing
"ok. "
Hlllsborou.h County: mate
I. Bsrtsr 4Ssats. Cschanee Lakeland ladu." MO t W..t Mnmori.l.
Florida. tinder date of May esoti .. 4135 Free estimates. '001.'pI .8&UI8. "a.oal.
1982 wherein flITTER FINANCE 104 S 3eArtlelel Materisis. ew. CARPENTER W i I k8uUdln. MORTGAGE CO. CHAIN LINK
OMPANY, INC. la plaintiff andOtoMER 101 Casri dee a, AsM M'* CLEANED .0.1..d. .. rspslr rooflnl eddl.t Antiques
Income Tax 9
109 Cloth n* liou Ne Job too amell.-los I.
L. HOLLCIMAN MA- d. chemlrsls IUPPII.I. .
: For Protection
101 furniture a. Aeellenese Simpson. no25237.TRAINID .
hilt V. IKILUOMAN hi! wife la 104 .... O"I. real IP:: WaiH 701 East 1.ln. :1. IU I W. A. OENERAL LINE decorttlve and
defendant, I have levied upon and I Morelry INCOME TAX ; ; CLAIMS .dJu., d. .11 iseful anll ue.. Bouiht and sold and Beauty.CALL .
will offer for ado and sell to the toe MachInate Slos ,.... aa innoehilator .r'' rn* Check House. Sates Prk
hlthoHt and best bidder for rash* 101 ..''u........ ........ $5 and up 1.llon, COUD" or .I.ID' Money To lend tit.2113. MU
.... 6
Plane Mus sal t. ,
.3. EnrOll 6 health and
at the front door of the CourtHouse _
10* ..d.. TeMvisieei. H & R Co. .
Barium. I'olk Countyrlcrlda ..... Bock .Ja.8 I No .
at I' 110 am. leu ement MONEY T LOAN .0001" 97 Articles For Sale-Mite
on the 10th day of Manh lit Sairini ai Wtekdayt t A" 0 P U B001 tPHOLTIRINO .or. KEEP derly _pl. In ml:.IOD Ire. .. O.. oat 101cr. FREE
legal cube 111 *intat "" ,..,.n._ Sat. t S rl.oon.bl. I II rated 10 the
I" the earn* beliif a to .0.. MU 9-0004. p uoerc .or..ed
1:30 which" I. be.twnon 111 Off,.. lauiementir .. ... ,.umsPkuP I.. I p. 5-925 unD TV S f..m .JI UP (tearstrd -
day it the: 1..1.p.m....1. boats ofet Automotive 106 West Walnut St. sod delio.nO Phon. 18..0. loa MALE dr.lres, p.r.1m Wrl. ... Bo ... finosci. Wo.O, ESTMATESRtUfVt
Road.Ysnetlati ... po.ltlon Cnsde.lea' .roO'.d ,
.venn'vtov'k A. N. and two Ill Asia ale, Coadltlaoitmlan ., ) Phone 6861958 Holln..woril lotl. Bottom. .between 1"C.I. hi.

lowing','loik P.deacrlbed III. of maid proiwrty day. th of. 'the 01. III eoto.nuei.n Aurs f: 'Poe.,. tale Blinds I .'.. I 'T.SnoVIra 494 N. MU W.b.h.AUCO 5.3071.. ,.k I

IIOMEIl! I. 1IOI.LO ItT Autemob. Wafttee) Furniture PENTERING sod
defendant i"Uphollt.rlng wok
MAN MARIE V. HOLI.OMAN. I to AutemsBlee Soon. Truest un.IlnrneIa.o.Ca"n. IRTICALC AND horloot.l.m.nur"lur.d. .t a very reasonable : SALE I

hi. wife. to satisfy said execution uo new t".I.",_. BRIDES Best furniture prior.Mitheri .., Roonired' .I..ned. ::, Ho lo* too imsll tu- [ 7:30 p.m.
and posie 10..11 121 IMob,*o Hems* Phone 112tui -.tol.h.d. Alt, autuctehils inner Ever Satrday.

1 Bmokeshop Htarllte *1> Claihaln 412 131 a Parts),,.),. tateeries Homes Wantaf, Tire* r.alur. blnd.. Air.Lite. MU t.9717. I KEEP: .bUdr.D il my bomi 1HtRtS BAXLA'S

recta Machine It tables. 40 124 T...... TreileeeK a den f at.... 015 a woek AUCTION GALLERIE
Dlnl.1It padded oCelot. a netalstools Rentals tWo Scored yard. .wla.
10 bar I Ami .21.. Formerly Th. Auction Ross..

100 Record Play.. OhitoonAIF.Weap 121 Suelneet. Stasis fee went .bnby .11110 ID noun W* Buy or Sell for To. THE
I" aromlmd aeartmensseiee
Air Conditioner. no ...",. Mouse* D. ... SuutAoaldO. NV NOTHING outs Ho,. SI W.
mounted In wall. tl wall beer 111 Pee Han M.aaliaeua.5S IF YOU WISH TO BE I Phone NO 0-0033

advertisement alcna. 1 Join IOu itela, euni. Mouoea
bowler. I wood ..blnet, I Man- 59 naaoIe No.1mm KEEP .hlld.D 10 mc home HOW 'Yranwe eett Will
val National Caah register, n. Mueta .._. LoW dare. Soared In rand. Inn.. p1cc to wall carpet from tl 15 up 501DuPent
n. acuata Pie Coon room RelerenceIHONINO 000.3502. nylon tt 15 squareard
mall. I compartment beer boxHaas 111 Poems W,tn Sued Scatter tun 0' PRESSURE
II ash tmys. SI water 111 ....... Came* In this profitable business DONE reasonably CoilDEFENDABLE UE and ._1.1 cull itandardlees to your
.t lasses beer service irate non Unlurn sheet aeertmerit* .toui/lalor .8e..S dimension, Includlni
't.lbl round
NationaL i 11* Vnfurn"shed Meue and
8 old 1 old
..... .om.o aVaiL Rut edilni done
140 WinteW T. at so. in
(ash reeletar I wood floor cahInet ..1 "sod BsnlaleRoot Dial MU 6.1151 ..... d. CLRE.. Jo"pnon. owa place Fabric clearance .

I old laa atovea, I (liens Estate I .mOor' Is MU a-S8 t Outln at 35e per yird. .ur. of a tight budget through
floor electrlo fan I old oil nd at >0c.
heater email amount of mice '01 MOhIti mama tutu HI CAR.. 42 do oua ohhid of See '. '.hll.0'11.. Classified
a own .u.UI' ads To sell
lumber and plywood S* alsxs 144 ........ L.t. 11_ .... ASK FOR CLASSIFIED .' .k 2 2' pa boon par your .od. .. Pr.1 to
Prae.itV .1.1
hear mugs, u beer pitchers: See 4* ,.Susinn....... OJ4t .._- .hUd today's Cas.ifie"Homes ludarl end worth a rid.P:1:51t: things you're through
paint* 4 tooln a ohL Ineeme .......... .a.Jun.CRm curl' O. C. H.wllto, Fabrics. NewT
itti1t. : avaterlrontltt I for Sale" NOW for outstanding D.d.Citneonh.oo with. dial MU to
't'osnOH; i: ..=r- Oncta 'ho. IU I lo ",, 811
... .,_"._u. 8-2. values Norh In..t.1 place ad.eAL .
UnrldaBTl .
Sheriff of Tolk tnmtx
Heal ..,.t. ...ner.l LAKELAND LEDGER FRACTOIIWORIC mooted. SouldlOa IOU MODEL ump 001115cr. SIlo a
KARL W. "1 r'.AIRIA i
132 meat l.tst, Minted antI plenlho.. P'o..I.' diN' : L k .1 1.0. Nor.
Chief CMI Deputy HMse fee tale, ; .
$;?.sns. 115 :I ,ion and 100010w ... .... :1 ,

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WE PAT cash diamonds told := WIdArARa I I.3LTAI48OO45%. DOI'HINIO 1 OP RtAwON, UXVO, ADIUTV' ) IN ANNISK ( HAVE A PLAN THAT t t I 144 Acreage, Lets for Isle 147 Income Pop.r

BIITfSR 011lDrURIUTOll1t coins old told pletlntim, silver. I THaOISTILUEDW u TO: UEARH -LACII bt'01 IN. CASE, VUHAT EEL MAY SUCCECDFAO I I

AIAIfTIQUft Nelson' Jewelrr. lot BeuUv nor 95 C56 I tI'PSRNcL0) CEMTORIES. (I ALL OTHER CRfA'I'URI' CAN B8 DOHfiYINSTINCT. I I THREE .IDRI: homo. threellswood
APPLIAIC 141.. ..r .. ,
THAT VITAL I. .Imlel _I.
) a ,_,
Chinese Carved WE: BUV ..11... clocks, washesMweirir Po 10 IO.,1 0.s
Bar Pictures. _ SMOoth ... ho uoa i5.
Aleo diamonds : .
I. American Prints GRAY. .
3 An .
llnue Clocki. while they lait 5,14 rains John 1. &...-. ail rIII!!! UI 100'.131'. beautiful trees MU t 8110
Out L.m.iu.Plemblsg. II BOUTHBroE: .. ..
Air Conflltionor' 110 voltt 4 stream oa two aides Unliue land DOE .1.
Eloclrie' ....... Ilka' nrw -- Din. K Int Room ..n.. Bedroom 107 S.pplloiMontgomery 2411 Bucklnthsm Priced. tt.000. rooms I .oedm..o. Price for
Buitot Butler Desk Em Vow ...... Phone ....a.... ho", 1.'m."I. terms, M.
ptro Couch Frsms Hid.... .1.,.. ...te. '.'U..

ked Round Oak Tablet. Rib Ward _ iijp TWO DCPLIXL5 apart.|
Beds Deik Bunk Beds I .co" .
GET A GAS HOT WATER menU kltahms Ato000dltloned.
Olee* LID, lori American De- ; FOR BALB--Ita eoree ,labs and ticellsnt return ornveetjnent .
sign RoIrl..r..... Mel HEATER FROM WARDS I'Itliwar Ironlato. Ons of ths host Phone
troseoa. new and used (food) hill"wart in OhIO sttto -laka I. 11o2.
Troowrltor leioellent) TV Have Hot Water When rood for ..Imml.... shIns and HAVI 5EVLIOAI. noro nod p051.

Silver Beautiful Olasi and You Need It! luh'nt. dstU.l .om. PnuporLIoa lo '
China Hlddea Treasure ALOOPOR BALE-Drive' tr and sale Owner .Aa1101TRAILER
In .
Collector t Iteme 14 Rr. In.lallauon rr .: .
... 'D. .." oomo In 117 N. Kentucky 04 ;.-Tnrmaro I>' ..;' ii Oji.

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WE BUY Open -Mon BEU tin-Bat TRADE 108 Planet & Mvtical Ind. 117 Automobile Wanted 129 F.ntl.hed Apartment. 130 Furnished" KOHIOIEast 139 Unturr.lth.-d House 143 Mobil Mom tih C. W. HARRIKON II .P'_. oIl oompletod lautdrrfacilities
Lake Walss. I-OI7] orCYprosi I rentsl trallora Inluded .

ONE ANTIQUE oprleht ....., WANTIID CLEAN ear, .85 to 11 TOOlS: ROOM sod ..."' flibet ... CLOIIE US .1..... tumOl.hnd. 1.,. ALSO PARTLY furnl.hed I andS BEAUTIFUL LA ROB .hOd, lot J-7M4. winter H.... ,, Prle..1, lit.ooo, tot
THE SPINNING WHEEL Lonneii Inn. too loutS h MOOnS,. toll NU -311II.. Two upper. one lover 145 b.droom ...1..... Sortulo 01509.ma. bedroom Mel Rudy Realtor for trollop o. 0-000 -.rk... Ie. Hamilton lown on balance. Call Jim
Florida Nettle R.
Avenuo. MO I.3111. PA Y CABH top und '5B. MO a-33M Walor 'Drnl..ld.. Musk ... toopprarbato. 1817 Lisa Memorial .1.... tut- tie TMvins..k. wiwo aid .110..10. PIt. Pu.... wiin t. R. Tucker. Jr.
DIXIELAND I pl.koo trlaobJ 0' 500 _'''1,. 40054 407. ..IIJtvn.TIIAILItR. P05110' Realtor. MU T173.
iroodnm '57 .odoL PI... ..011MV rURNIHHCD OR linfumlsheit. prl- MasnollaCarpenurt
1021 5. Florida MU I.2K9' HEAR 25154.WI no.0 bath .h...."... MT.00UOO to 1 UNFURNISHED DUPLEX S ked OWNERS: Y.'U on''
Froo Puklni us Rear of aHoreteat. THE monthlr haoees ApartBents -i1ntii: R5ID500M hOSHO Sum _.le. carport. a bloeke school.Bouuiisto .. on p.or..n lot la Lakewood 145 Builnett PropirtyTAMPA
I NEW LOWREY ,. PAY $15 up for limb sat.P05 UU 1-4445 I'nOll, duroloflod. pbs.. uun7701 ito sill CarolinaeltQ7i Trsller 11ft....... Too '
WITH AUTOMATIC I pl.k .P 'I'on'oI' Irol andMobul 0' MU 0.3570TOAl2LR3I' i. or tieoo. blocks' But of Lobs Parker .n HIOHWAY ItO 0 laI'O.n"
99 ., Motors, S.ppllot ORCHESTRA CONTROL) .,lean. Conveni 500tholds lor.II. .- UUlltIOo luroloh.d TWO BEDHOOMS kitchen din- 1 Junslo Btroet Ian., loll. P..d' wants olfsr ,Joh BrenRealtor 15
YOU PLAY a one-oole melodr CASH IN a II..... camp pInup street mulcted, tindersroiutnmei IaN I at Wait Main, BtRESIDENTIAL
... 0oAnr SltOot. Wall I.... !
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with Near Olilrland. tood atlthborhood soar loIn llvlni and titiutr room
pour rlshl hand and auto 1 12 01.... .
Cat 000-6565 Wild Follow
or eisns E Edn,10ISollornap
bATS Hoot Phono .
Sebia u.,1 msursllr Call MU 3-3303. III 6tJ'7344 or OU-ttt 121 COMMERCIAL: dresmed of wwn
Hare ever
..ddl.bO.PC.!.. ..n_. nuflioun.piddurbuk. .' becomes a pournnp-full therd-'heve melodr Bill H..ord.WANTID MOTEL APARTMENTS,.;;; jj;; 1110. 01.'ondpr.uiN. or ....."Jr. Realtor OM 1134 1.41.1.\1.... auto. salbanr 05. MiSbudp Ion a rod motel M..sPOOr opncirmltr .
outboardCoilsllos .. k.II.. fun from ths verr lInt 100"1 : OLD Junk .0ti5P05W two room.. linens, .IIIMIee ,... floors! : ROOMS and bath. waleihealer THREE bed .10.. ....Ito.. tOll I. Mo..1 '. A real toed Inveetmrnt I.
Ust-Stit.Ksvsndale. Wlnlor Haven BKE HEAR PLAY wrecke. S omoo.h. Prom. 550109.Coil ilihed. Dine MoleL tlOO Mow prl vale. oulet water fur .>..hl.. machlns,05.. 144 Acreage, Lots for Sell Blvd' 050.4107. .J units PS a.Sn..nP IIrot hem.
THIt MANY keauttful ..,1.. Blacks. OSJ-MOI Tampa HlthwATTMACnVELY.,. nlnhed, Near Ptelda. 110 week ood tulet nelfhborhood, clU-ut i NDUSTRIAL TRACT ..dJoln.Kroft ..Imlln. PI-.I odiof .
17 rOOT ChrIs Cull.. twin ins, .55 41151041( KM.IM1. I"... ..rd.... bus. 170 Phone LAKELAND Pood" .ro.I..I'. 50 Ilm. sod
M. depth recorder. trade. slip l CANNON MUSIC CO. 120 Form Implomtnti and I kodroom apertmnnls FCRNWHED Lo-I CO'l'l'AOI. THOU P00015 ..ndb.lII. ;IU S-05n8 nomaslta. on prli Rtshlrroudentlal Ants Hlthwsr. Ra 1ro.' "SOOO possible TRADI Aek to ess CM.

.313 sle Minmo WO T-MI3 PO.. Boi 4. Aubun .. "' 0'141. A... 182..1. stod tot Boum FlorId" rhone Vonr .1....., Child ...Ieom.00r. THRill: BEDROOM with rarpor\. tans car ....r Cs* RoeenblRealtor .., John t. arinnan 1..I"r. .. 1741 Today '
'' Opnn PTId.p LnOnlnnsO1AU1jF1jtjISfl0I C FARMALL tractor and spy MU 33507.Illt'OIRABLIL. ... LoILo ODd Ro... MU 601 North Massechueetu 570month 6ia-soil .10. !
14 BPORTCRAFT fun...bout. I rotarr mower. Inoulre Cal.'rArnplnla l.aaJ' Coot Brown. MU 0.nilFIVE PHONE
flbtrtlas bottom, convertible plant' ...,.... 3W4 Sooth : BOUTHSIDI apsrt.1. PIVIACOS lroclo. 12. bob. 625 MU 8.2454 .
top .
40 Bcott. trail.,. I37S Consoles. 1J55ru.I...., Plorld.. for oien .'1'. newlr do*, ROOMS all elecUlo.' Oman lOon'b. M.I Sudp R.albom' 1027I Omer B. Mapbi .
la trads MO 1.1.7.IJOO Consldiior un. uprithts 1171 sat o,.,ed. olost to twraa .... MU 131 fir Rent, Mlicollanooui sod refrltrrator turnlnhed. Ooodocotlon Memorial Blvd, MU I.4107. WHOA! Larry Heth MU 2-850
B..on'. BUS south Florida 121 Mobil Homot 2-1250. on Fern Rood SIb.tooth. GIBBON PARK .
Attractive lek
WILL TRADI toad 'II Chevrolet Permanent Ion..... ..3. OFFICE 682 514
.. Lookini for Income pranertr trbuslneist
USED UPPER view lota 0-an .
IIPRIOHT p'"o' OoOdrondlllnn. TWO bedrooms, llvlntroom CON M III1C1AL RMTOENriAL wooded altos .1110veworsndosl.mls.Ooadt.rrns
on a bid liberties boat and oul- ... ... 002B. 0..... .". fillstatmB .
ti 1.., Photo MU .. 555. MV '-11110.1 tltohti. tatn. .. .1. .. uruUhed or vnfurnlehed rentals. .
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UKIt MONTEREY DELMAR Noun stores. kus Adults Bat147THREE Mel RodS Realior lOll boo Memorial I'IVE100M h..... Wsl.m tuna.shod. NBC Lend Oornpanr. nii-ooto Ills old I hto.r II HAUGER REALTY
I/EW. Baldala
001050050 .. bulldlntJJ
it CHRIS Oood Iouatto sl040am Ion
tirul "om.
CRAFT twin Nnsr 114I.1
...In... Perfect condition New .1..... Could aol bu, lot ,_] MIRAMAR MARK CLOBE DOWNTOWN: To. tOOrnl. Blvd ttw-4107 anvtimo. I boo SIhOIlI OD Mlsool rlns.oW CHOICE: BUILDINO sits. nO'1 '.110'' 10.lh JJI7' onHlste
thin 11014. Onlr ItvS. Call MU .I\IIU. paId prlnalo ,11I. .1.10 :a.r'B7.: 14t dlr..", behind 3680 Cli... .... I."lhl.. to to Reallor LMtA
pelnt lluldt ml out Call 012 ..... ,lend Helihts ...
'J6I. 1 VAGABOND P.nrnalmtsO 100111. A..lh.an Blvd Call MU a.0X111 lot one enoner Includes ta ale B Oranto
3007 South N.. YmO.550-4035_ 133 Mobil. NemitPhono THREE BEDROOM bo.... ._.. MU I 3070, .I r... tools. a norms .1 mathtnas Stop at the .the Owl
lit FOOT plywood boat wills 109 Rodle.Tolivlilofi I ITV'n""I" MOBU.E HOME INSURANCE ROOM apartment otoelrtelet .lulled front porch T.o or Uirsshlldren LAND BUY-1010 acres semi.Fleered and .1010'.'. Owner In
tibtrtlaeeod boviom |joHenneeses 'lit CLIIAN "ODERN 'Dml.h.d "0._ accepted. Wster lurilshed aJlini Will sasrlflet for .
ttO month We lor furlihed pine sod loo po mann h..IU. .
Street Frost 020 to I3teomblnsuon DEE'S Oil East Matnolla fhoue tvall.m 0 .00"'..'. Ooed Into.005dtll000 Velln. MU Kn.2JI'al,t .lUtlon Road' 1340 snre to. ranch. fenced sndcrois I lutrk Is a nOrm nicebusiness '
11 SAPTJ-CIIAPT sport ll.h.r 0.. Trade for I'I'B MU 54b11NSW Utilities lupuIshni. fenced C ommaian 4 ", ..d'n..h. 0 AalwIIlItlObo rnon.rI
San flrlnt brldte dual con "' 1. owner. oU-1462 luutste MOBILE HOMES On.. .11 'O.U'O .Hkl,. '13- TWO BEDROOM concrolo block I ..... l>5 00'ocr.. M acreionlr inrons. Looaled I mllet Wool
......1.00 1(1 liP motor. lull TWO bedroom duplea Fur. 3017.HOUOWI'HALZR.. nIt kotopu.,4 relrlaerator. 060 UoOO $1500 down, 100 ..'... ol Plant Ctr' Price 114tsolorms CB COTTAGE
equipment. Boat new in 1990 111 Coodi 41 N, Wabeab MU w-IIOI lined or. unlurnlsned Water aupnlled Blovo ttl.-. rerlieralor -,1 TWO ...41........ month 001 North Vermont. Phono 60 head of cattle. onlr lOOOOO I .".n.. CHI MU I.It4t. DUPLE ,
wIlt ....rUI... -.. l. I Sporting 5" Prlvsto Adults tM-Oltt I .bon. 724 Wobaoh A.ea.. IBJ.oOO' 1000 acres. four miles f im crprsis Olnn.MaU. Hits nbouiara.
MU t.IUI. 0.. .... V B hllhweifronted A. A..loh_. Baft n Bur AND .
U. DIVBRa tots lane sous IU.I.oon.IO. TRAILER CALLS rentale 1..1 ONE BEDROOM, wall.lo.wall oar.psuon THREE BKDHOOM house Dllle onlr 1710 per acre. 550 ". ,
103 Furniture & ApplioncnTV ance. storste. parts, ....11. :land IS blocks from po>t office
Ir00rrOn. ...1 ...to ohm, Dewir decorated air conItloner R O Lets or R. L. uardner
-trur .00. AI.. tins aId orb. -ured. bonded local and One klock (rent oollettas 1 U. Mobile Home lets lose Bouui Tenneieco. MU I 4174nborhood Dick Realtr. 1011 Vast Main TRAILER SPACE
BARGAINS. Completed rebuilt loll Pbs. .2..10 ,rantporlera. Jack e. 4710 New Eatt LealnslonCLOSE I I TWO B"UllOOM CI house. PIes Ph... MU 0-1131 I
ond ... .itood 131 M and 'ampa Hllh.... MO 0 1034. LAKE BONNY Pour star Mobile Olove and "'rlOor'I.O' -
Free tnitallallon. AlwarsLakeland 22 COLT automatic pistol 1jun10. IN lower front ...r'm..11 tome Park New ''u..., DUNCAN HKIOHTO. LakelandHlahlsnds. lot 13111II. Paved
op LITTLE BEAVER fravil trailers I lots In lurnlehed. Lens _10.. Pretty .lrO
model. like new. 120: JO-JO for couple at ItO month one acre. hard road
I 'i but buri in new per Lakeland' Hlah. and drr. ....1.1. 000.3002.M000RO. dsa of Lakeland' Dupus. 36 .
oruird 1 Im.D. ...... model it Use new. 13' to ir. Cottello. Travel Trail Also upper rear apartment, 140 : two aides. hl.hl Idenllal. '5.. North norldt Avt. 1t..I.n1.1
TV at Nil* Dar TV 1930 ... pal elwuio water and to I bedroom unite' attraellvobedroom
IU MU 1.1567. Hsvsndala Blvd. Winter fl.'O. .- Call MU 1.1300. oewermetor TRRFII: bodoolD hoiiplnport. 100. 1..112. with bulldlns 09 X13I. Tt o
Auburndale, Read Open till I 00 2044004.OWNOR sae. lines. Block u 111 a ,.110 and larte mainreildenct '
pit MU s. 17tBADCOCK'S TWO BEDROOMS. lInIng room new Orove Park Bhopplnt Centor Crr".1 L..k. IWoat FIVE ACRII h Ih and lop two ...,*. Vi block tout* .Moms- Ales on upropertr .
112 Wanted Miicollanoewt TRANSFERRED: most kl...Hen. b.." upstairs, electricity' Oood lake flihlni and boatl Horton. B..U 0' .2-8111.. bedroom modern houes, hard "lal SlvdSouth It s DI.. .to,U. built
ell '1'G' TII ....1. 1.-abod lot, furnIshed 7JO South Mississippi '.. Small Beta, 1140 NInth Crrial .- UO WIlT ......011.. t60. .1..... rood pond IrrKatlon. tensed nt. and ... for trailer. You
CASH FOR your unused Items foe Btreet. 00,41.0' .....11. MU 0.4307. Lake Drive. MU 0.7473 two pedioome Mn. Desn. tm61UI I landscaped terms Flsnl cur. Florida Avt. miUooN '. 'non movt pour trailer on thIs
MV 1.3777WAN'I'LD Perk B1-SJOB I LV eslossso' 4 Sundays. I.. 75a-l1lO, ropsrtr, net bettor then
ATTRACTIVELY ISCORATLOAnuilahls DIXIE: MOBILE Park, tafto New tradlni necessary .... t* 11I.1
16 ai' TRAILER: with. carport ..d .lira .... door OJS \\..1 ....- .. 10. on roof .Investment Lot as
Art Hsvlrt Tbelr PINS "or_ and Moprh 1. C.ntr.1 hsal..lr l4tokwap. Lor. drp 1.1t. .... TWO LOTs BOklJl' .h. Will build on Its per treat foot ,
hardwood Uonhvr La.. or nmaUNuSOhIlIPS. nor Id a room. ulllltr room. IB JOM conditionalHolllnisworui H S 0 P 0-165 Municipal mmler.. ....... t.l.. n. ,.n for c..h or OD 1.110', 12100 how reu this \1..I.
SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN tut.1IM, (113.3005 .rorle OUeet West, II000 1 and Bouthtatott phone .82.2972. THRIlII DRUROOM Cs slst.6W. for both Oil 4001. John Mllobol Realtor N .

CLEARANCESALE CASH FOR tood ussd typewriter POI.ALE 0' .Ind.. 1.lIa Psl.o.isIb -am. LAHUII LOT. ....il park East aOI 00,05.. aVmn1. .,.. Call CHOIC: 10 1100' lob Is Slip 1417P'emo 9-0114
ae'. oIl fonslahod 334' .1 Lak.,. .. IoIU 6.3093.TWO H. W. STOCKARD
Call MU 1.1101 CLOSE IN 1 4 room lott MIlIoD 511.00 Laodanhpld. 52.000Call
.aarul.. Btreel. Ph ". 006.8805 Phone MU :: .
unties Included 540-sob.:;i'i I'004OMOBILE IIIIDllooM bout1or rosY MU 1334I1IUM I

OP TO MO AUTOMOTIVE lose .ACIMAIlIR, .no .41'10.I weeklr Clerk ftealtr, IUO La.on IItrell. MU ....11. too IALII. Tor", .. .S limos Iso, REALTOR

TRADE ALLOWANCE rot SuInhail., 111100 saiD 5426Wr.t OARAOI: APARTMIIN'I' Too ked-I LIVINGAT Two BEDROOM framo horns. wIth omao..r DY' .n Sold ro.. I REAL ESTATE
FOR TOUR OLD BEDROOM 0...... 'oorns. Spin school ..to, fur rdwood lloore 8311 Moat Psaoh.s CIo.o ID 10 Lo..1.... Call 8Ja.' AaaOObotSE'

OP TO HI 116 Automobllei for Sal 10 k50'. TWO bedroom. ,At lot nl. .d. ChlldroB .....IOd. tot 1 ITS BEST s Street. fomnir Wrleht 1401. TomPD. 1 146 Forms Groves Ronchil mod "10., I"'
TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE 110 and Avenue. Holldev Mo 050.4503PRIVA1'S Jim' Pollard. Jr
I LOVELY homes. t-1 bedro.eondltlonlni .. AND dpi four bedroom .
FOR YOUR OLD UV1MO ROOM bet CHEVY II. air conditioned ille Homes Po,k. Rt tl m OA..AOII: 5000100.01.., Why not p Oum5I.p park 01' ekorllent niborhoodi I tools houss on 174 HI81) lot. Sub WII.m.IA.b..d.l.. WO 1.4ttoO )
DP TO IK itomaUo tranemieilon radio. miles Wee Lakeland Cllv Llmiu osnoornondolup .... po..h on a :J'I.t: Ons that has III-IUI. Clark Healtr. Low down p"m.I..., termstime ,old-SO 40 ACRE valenrla. _. to T moats" Floyd ilmmtrinann. Jr.
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE healer. tinted lass. 11400 Call FOR BALE 198' mobile hi50HO ,.. Bedroom buSh. kitchen dlntlitres 'It, tr,.. ........ tine dimklllestlon I6-4041 bH2.IMa 1130 IIIDtn. '
FOR YOU OLD APPLIANCE II..U.IU7 '. Price reasonable" No I' 5052014TH005 r. .'ioI II::' n".f'r:. r Ihs I HOUTHB1DE homea. three bedlooms 17':11101': LAS1'OIDE. elf Com boo' t I05 Onlr 010000 Contact. 'toodBobrlns UInrns.Npsm UHorDROVE IU I. Florida..II.h Avenue MU I 3131

UP TO Sin .IIRCVRY onlsl'n,. All 80.1'" circle Lake BOSSY Mo- ROOM 010.apartmsRt.' .1... wilts sit. Ut Oust.Pu tm- two baUie" cootnalSlr. Road 1010 .IOIJ sitor I or ..,.I' 5116.10- D" 5 1..1" 'ro.c 01.I. a. Ol..t 011.N..11
TRADE' ALLOWANCE sopor LoadsI with 505154. 5400MU bil. P.k. .lkID' dlsboons 10 LOWS sod fsellllles These Ihlniind fenced f II.. nelslibortioode. ClarkRrallr weekfndiTHIRD .. .. phn" IV '.'32. 11.
FOR TOUR OLD DIKCTTE 04870 FURNISHED SPARTAN Uiid ..lIor.n. Mvlo Center tilt of tulomeuwoeher : h at 088-40.11. sECTION 1." I. non u.
now In
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SEE THE SENSATIONAL csbana. Oood bur Jameswilllsme Bsbr accepted ao pen
WE FINANCE: Your credit It t.\ vlllale CI.IIAH TWO .droom CoItuS.on sun Acres. PInk pour lot OowN'hllS 10 ssrssmottly .
VALUES mod. Low aa MO flown. Suninn Like.. Deer Traler Perk SI. goal Walnut ln00t.i'iiK0 Alfred near Rl. 13 on Mon.. C 8511,0 0 Roid P1011.. "U .. the seleulon Is sood Bemtllul .' 01.IARAI., 1 roars old 141 Wotirfront friparff4WO
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Wlnlpr 11011.... II- huh .
lined cart. 6M-omiiaccept front 10'6. lots wIth pInt of with tood houoe. food locstlon
Dlerontlnuod door samples I.. room. illuSIon with dlnlnires hade trees. Total price 1401to North of Laksland CoIl MsloolmThomas aACRII'ICI C II D A" oshla' .
peclal factor ..r.h.... SHOWROOM. C090I'rlON. 19nCh..I. FOR SALE Bedroom bolts. saIl MUotal .TWO. BKOKOOM house stove and down, |l month For oar.IIromloallos. "'DID. OM.7 Bt wIth 1 bedroom stone
Rtolr. hordlO. Will 13S looms .rrl..IO, furnlshsd Larao 1.1 1..0
For lent
Factory .105.autoSIB or MU .aJA' call Jerrr Mwd'e. Burl Rod.. R.lt. 1..111. 17900 Cash terete
trade. 117 Crevaeeo Btreet Children wrkome Call alter 0w ho.
DOWN d.1..... atr Uvlnt 4SI30 Mark mobile homo Alsothree CY 4 Ilia or Den winters CY .. lota from Ittl U. off on
"V 5-3108. TWO BBPROOM: upstairs apartmenl ..kd.,.. MU 0 3t2 lS'sACOlEO, .I..rd and lld.odP
3-1433. .
ton sir conditioner O.Dortr.'rod at 4Ot W. Lemoa lImoS OOIlNIIR BIIVROON Olin bus ..04.toro. Winter HavenFIVE cltrue, iwo tood hautt nim".. week days Croom A CruiehosHideswsy
110 DOWN dellveri anr IP.II.... 11 BUICK C.".." hardtop full to M"lent in. Call 6t3.Jltl. .' Onootl.mon prol.r'. 010 FOR RENT Three i bedroom h..,. ACRES Deeeon Road area. 0O hard lot Two wells Hordes milss Norm .o.
It DOWN delivers in bedroom power ....II'nl condition 6Strsds 0. Marnolla. MU 54010.LAROL Separate dlnint room built In lUsh l and drr Call 0J.. Her County MU .U4T. o. 101. Woode and waterlBY
M DOWN .dellnn up dinetteso or .for 01 dsraan. MU 1.34OO WILL SACRIFICEFOR ltPR'tN? for man with carard ROOM. ,loao. .msr bits kitchen 1101 West 71 h Hip., hour Br.,...". Real DelateBroker Two col-
work and transportation OWNER:
or MU 0 7totl SAtE 550.0024 anytime weokondl E,. "ro
ft... SpetlaJ ValuesW.S.BADCOCKCORP.. IOJ rast Belrnor.ErriciaoCY OmsOblorno pnrhnmn.d. FrIos ,_ nun .aU3.VACANT ass. completely looot "
alter 0
UIII l DODO II, ..."ibis. MU 01000
two door hardtop C.hl..D.K MobliS Path .U48. on Lske barbs. only 110.
V.I, stork ahlft 1141. Call MU N.. Tampa KIObO", ......,,00. APARTMENT Clean. MODERN: LIVI NO roombrdno.mOOsilblnstIOo THREV BEPROOM: ....U..ld. DUNCAN GRAPEFRUIT Two a bedroom eotlsses on
1-IUI alter t pmtl and oulet Cenlrtl location Prlw tlJO Three bedroom lakelronlt 100' lot ot Anna Msrln. onlr 111.
.. PatOis Utllltloa and heal and bath room In 9. John Bronnen. LOTS smell Wallsr .
1' LINCOLH. V., 51.1. .U "0- irnlehed t2.IM2OOMPLETELV lottass. Air conditioned. uiermoslet 124 10 lit trsee. Irrlnllon 500 tood isrmt Ons .1
50 and air co.dlllo..d. SIPS heat, TV. llneni. titllltlesurnlnhed WOOL Main 8 a-410JUNFURNIHHED .e.. PrIm. 2'.000 maso. Call lot Jjslot OB the 0.1
Main Stun and WsrehonassMulberrr .1 Plrmoulh four door. .. POUR ooi.e. I.". purvh: near Bo."' ..... lit TWO tedroomhou.ee $695 EACH! Jim. P000roo III T R. TILOOC. Hudson sprint 542)0. jwod
Florid u-ellhl slick 1280 MU 1-0070 ONCE AGAIN II.h" 004 y5100 fur"I...... '45.IlOa lost Beacon Road ma-till. I4O and I4S. nose to J,. Ro.llor. NU 5-7113. .. ". I.* R. C.Fhoni, MU
Mulberrr lure Hours Oat Avenue. Kathleen P owhatt an Co.rt. .11 FrOnt erlionle" MU 0.5721CP'oi5iji' toll l' MaID. .
lam. to I pm. daily. Frk Sib droo Saud Nt1 2.1881 I .' We have 14 lots left In Robinson 0533. "0
unui I I 'B2 MERCURY Monterer. Ilk.oh. wo offer Lakeland finest erte 136 looms WIth Board I : optIon, Tht.. Plnee. All ass i t|'slOH'nfroliltnson
Open Alt D., Wednesday .. Air conditioned power re- fUBUlBHID ault' brd.om, sin 050dlttoIlmd ........ Crenp'srteevJCiiy water and ISO MUeallonioui
Over 10 aseortsle stares ssrrlnt 41'0.' hester. oil wnits Tsko trsdiis .. uon of need mobile homos tin able for I... Eloctrle kllehento WIDOW Orooman d Smal.Is ;I.r .nd ocr....... patio Hit onbaela utilities) 1100 down will handle
Florida 500-2005. penal Mobile Homo Bales 131 rl.> ....n. oil tu-eot. parkins Chrism. homo Phuos .U U .Dlto VI3-4341 Call T R,. T.c.... Jr. Realtor' 10 A lakefront homo trtvteaeepllonallr .,

Lakeland Auoclato StopS I 8 MERCURY! four door autoparmenu Norm Wabask A....... 40. EMI Mjrrlle I 1.lloo or MU 1-0441 MU t-7171. or atop br HI N nlo home. P"....
Oil Mo. Florida Are. lnnuc. lull pon.r ..n.l.m.nT.k.. 4 APARTMENTS CI... 'In J" 1140 Wonlid To lent Mlic. MaaischuMtta Art. for complete boot dork, Treei mosllr V.I..cl
Water furnished *tft-t.oouUilr details Price 170 000. II* down 1 ON
Badcock WIU Trent You RUhlItEPRIOERATORB on, 113) West ....- toms 138 UnfurRlihid Apart. HOMES FOR COLORED 1T
lorIs. ..r..'. 505.4431.FURNIsHED WANTED, UNFURNISHItD Iron 2B A Prtduclt trovs. I BR htust STREET WttT OP .
POIaALa Lou I Stool for I., Retirement or *>. IIIII)000MO: 0300 ,
APARTMENT LINCOLN COURT Aportmsnts small femllr end dot Hid.. .xr& u
WABHERB au, Two brdroonn hnuoshrsll.P rooms and both, I4JS lanale.wood -Lakeland. fin.., for colored peo. Nrir Winter' Hsven Call 181.n11J. .. lent value for UI.000. food hOuLli'IED $ :
10.._.. air conditioners. etc All 1962AUSTIN .42 pot ..iontln 0400 d.OD. balsot. Apply too Tanalewood oris pie l North Lincoln and 91.., 7tnMUiajM Lakeland' Looking for gracious terms. MiL. ,X SSSSftV&DESIGNED I
Makes repaired Prompt ....'1 HEALY 01400 el acrei 1200 down, .. tit.ata. WAN'1'ED,--EFriCIPNCY spert.ibir 40 A preduclni Ortntt OrovtMl .
service. Bee us for aood nerd oppllanoee UI per month b.'.... 0100 FIVE ROOMS sIrs, Convenient Amok br 011001k. 101....... p,.,.". Country Living . P 000. 91" down.
,.., Kolvlnator and 3000 MK II OR land and trailer ssoo tots. 130 F.rnfihed Houioi ... lion, Ideal for retired person Diileland' viclnlur PI one Then Look toBRIAR . .' HO A 91000 hot producer beforsrorse
Morse dealer Nile .. Dar TV-An- Slop psrments Bocrlllclna-
MU I-OJ65 ehould labIa ool ire.thIs .
.r DUPIS Von ressonsblt. Phone
Pllanoes. 1330 Auburndale Rd adit. heater. low mlleato A-I I tOOlS be ol "ID.Lowell... Thle Adorn prop.riornuti Boo NICELY puitHlaHIID: Two lanes 611.1011 rear. a ret bur at "*11,000.

MU 0-9170 condition. Price .OOO. Call 683 131. Eaton seen PsrkII room. sod 50lholtuI.. MU 07510. IRANO"hools 91W. n.amrollro. REAl ESTATE BRAEPLORENcTdRCLE 11. down FOR
105 IJ' Soul Ol..ndrr Ill A produtlnl, Orani Drove
BVYIIR TRANlrllt..IID: I.k. oy. 0060 allot pm .. ThIs Ia Ohs olinso Iwo
er psrmoaboiabnsod ..r n' ALL 10..1 0-511,1 .lilt ...Ift, IIlr..'. rdroom tpartment In LskelsndOsk 'JO.OO. lit down

WettlnthouM rente. refnand .",lot, 4411. Call 6.3-1841. rURY4IaHODCOTAOS. three floon. sir eo.dlllo..d. built 141 Mobile Home lots 2JO A Produclai Ortntt Orovt. SOLVING PROBLEMS.Classified .1.

washer Never been stood No 'U DIlBOTO..... ., four Ii door. V'sP000r ROYAL HOIIM trsllM I... OWOSm1.1.Pd roo..is. boIlS. earport adults. doele I sm00005r 4 .noo, oliotrlpAltboo I" 4000. .
.1. .4110. taInT h. '
down p.m.Dt D.PCId. All J iou' Boo' oIl.,'. 110. "orr.. I70t HollrMODERN Yuo U hod .0.. so.lInO "
111.. pr mrnith. Call MU -0111 white wall tires. clean 613.1.7. A"... ... 0' ...m.iiii" DUPLEX Two bed.oome ChamlrS. CopIer. Shoal "U Free Rent. JOHN J. BRENNAN ads do It quickly ,
HEAL BARGAIN U Csdlllsc. alp 3-.111 .
THE DOWN perment has boon (ILNEIhAI.; J2..10'. 116000W furaiMiod or unfurnlshsdIsolrlt In the beautiful easily, economicallyTo r.
mads on a new Hot Point .r... oondiuoned powtr stearin Call Mr. mlobm. NV .1157 kitchen Alto' small ..Ioonh..llor. TWO BtDltOOM dunlri ,In Dixie
free Door relrlierator n..., brskee, automatic radio, heauclean IU Wa.hi.1. prlv.ease Ion'>. Newlr .redeooraled |7t s Free Towing. Lakeland REALTORCALL order 'em, call MU
defrost ...''n. Teke over narmrnts tJoO MU 3-1401 MU MARLCTTE: : Mobile' Hone. RoI.'...... ttj juoIJ 0' 100110. Leshr. owner MU t.4J41, Highlands 6-1151 for an ad.writer.
,3 J074. ... 10' l Mrs 88103OFFICIAL ,
Fhone .11. 0 eondlUon > .
of as 13 per monUi t OINPURN18HED. IoIU 17004lAKE till April I "
_ _ I'
B'ush.. lid Emit Main Btreet Drive South out Cleveland
MU -0111. FOR BALB br onion. .....111.1 OR hunloh.d MORTON area near Kwlk ;In central Florid, i most ultramodern

WI HAVE: IT cletn end rruo,. imo two door hardt Im..laI Wontod thmno bedroom houseon Cot Ble- Chok Electrlo' ,.n... refrlsers moblUiomo part Heights Blvd, past the New CLA..D D''V'
Mobil Nemti VIM
dltloned turd ml rlPrnbor.Ad-i imlrsl Completelr loud.d.lloalloS- 122 *. Ion Duo.therm hestsr. screened Carlton Palmore Elemen.tary I .I
.. OI :tree Includlni air 11..11. ron- eirea M inohllhomo rsnch tort.ysll
C'o. ,. Weiunsnoues porch Wsin tubs. WO. Ph... GUIDE
Sod Frlsldelre Hnli.llStnflip dition, Leaving for eM'1". SI I" WANTED TRAILER: tinder 11 000 COTTAOB TWO room.. bosh ...-0411DUPLEX. clIp fstimies on mm. rstoipluianall School to E. Highlanda! SILL YOU CAR
IJt each Enlle Elrrlrlo Co, MU MU 1.1446Bt phone Tampa. 626-Mil. Write. I.,.. rard shade I'.... lardeniHI l new rerrestloo h.lldln.Irs I TO 01Wl .
sod look '
I 11U Open 1-4 Weekdars and : SUPER II Olds Four doorsutomatio Jim Oars >JIO Bait BreadwarWILL 1..7". adults. Nt tourist MU alh Modern. three 040 month rooms 1015 Sod ALL NEW for algns. to rental bargainsthe I PAY TOP M(CIS FOR a
0 I naturdar two .... o.d.n RadIo h....'. T.mpo. ,
East fjemon Street. Telephone Classified section ANY CHAN USID CARS
BEDROOM furnished home Drive Out To I .
TWO Today
VACUUM CLtANERB rebuilt recondltloned autronlt eye recent TRADE MUltr, In modern 64-0366
new. Repairs Peru. runcd up brakes mined new volt located home In Lakeland for lots In 110 North Andereona Turn back now for the ROSS LAKELANDMOTORS
Oreiifuld neotrli 1131 Cleveland ..., ....... looke. rune I ke new. .at* model mobile home. 41 or month tell MU t.4.tO DELUXE TWO bedroom with cen CIRCLE M apartment or house INC.
Helshle Blvd MU ..MIT ... lo sppreclsle 601-O007 o..r. MU 1 1603 Ir.1 brat Sod sir .41111..1. Restricted Homeiitei rom
boIlS I" .'on 55 drs,00. toUt..nabom .- need I 5500 w. .
.AItOAIN PRICI: Lu. piers solid iii7"'P0RD8 l :door bsrdlop, Rshester WAI8'I'LDaMAU.: travel trailer' W.lkln. dl.15.-p tOsu'hooll MOBILE HOME you M..I.llyi. .
Oak 500500. lite' Includlni' twin 4110. DM Phono CY in trade for Renault automobile and .hnp.'... Th. IIn..1 CATALOMA ACRES Pk I-Sn .
..*dswitlOnoIIlOn I mattremeind 1.3431. Winter H.nn In liop .h.... Winter Haven .orlm..1( Is 0-0401.04.! 1100 00'm..lh. 1501 West Arlana St. _CLAI'D DISPLAY

bo sprlnai. .. Cell MU 6.J070 1 1850! FOUK-DOOR Pll WIl00 lan..12. 112 Wool C.rol. atrsot Open 7 Day. 9. 6 P.M.
10 1 01n5100t trade aorrp9I'kun CoIl S. S 150401 NV .511 0'
FOR BALE renoeMued
trio nash. like .... Teko .... or automobile Spur .,.- 124 Trucks, TralltriTredlns THUUSAMSof MU 030751)510UXI
."10'.'". Bee credit manaser W :lon, Ro o and In".hom. : BOUTIISIDE opsrtmenths ir
T Grant. Orove Psrk UM JFRP .I.k.o br .I. or 1055 FOOD v.. Ir..k. 500 51 sHoot one bedroom apart Only $1495
ELECTRIC iTOVE, ft Auto- tredo. Can bo seen nt lit LaoS av.5 N.. Tampa 0104..,. Nark', monl. All rooma terse. Oak floors
matlo .,,".r. 145 Both sood Oskl Poet ,lots of clo>rt space. CI.,... I7t THIRSTYfor 10% down payment AG-
Drive' br 313 LP005.i 4 p00110MU
shape Call MU .2V5.. a MONZA 1100 down UUeparmenu FOR BALE: t>40 Chevrolet Plrk people learn every day IJ34 or MU t-. ttfHRilFROOMS
UD UI el run010th .p truck Runs roOd. lilt Ph... !: -.- Oo H. II It Lake .r.... Motel
BIO FRIOIDAIRI: r./ne".1.0' After S P N. or Sundertut MU 0-4406 that it'l smart buslnesi : belli. modernlo then West *. mile to properlrSalesmen :
."" freceer eompertment A teal 32111INI : >e to shunhse storsi echuois ., trounde Oaturdarid
bargains' I >M MU 0 13M 09 OMC 0, ton pInk .p. S Uoot00dm. to advertise in the Classified lee I* appreciate. |l| last tome mouth.watering Sunday-I p m.-t p m. I
MERCURY four door htrdip Call MV l03N5'oa .
31" BLOND console televisionClood Chlrls _ _
ip. Power steerlnt and brakes. CHEVROLET PlukIto LWBcon.I.IoII. aection Dial MU furniture buys? There are
Chalet :
eondlUon Oil UNI'URHI.tiHItD. MODERN. m.d000rslol .-
n.sl .. condition Per oNutInslid L. J. BARBOUR
liii.... '5. Two occasional eII.ar. SI lobe up parmenta. Phone 0.011 "00. PkOSS 555- 6-1151 for details the Pour rooms sad bath. bucketfuls of bargains In Retistorsd Heal BttaM Broker
Phono 5023040OAI I ". .
oles lot CoIl MU a..on2.IIO
U-0177 Classified! Turn back to

RANOE two small saheaters > FOR BALE tl Oalaile. V-t re- sooner the smarter! POUR M upper 000mlonntControl "Household Goods' nowl) 686.2633: or George R. Burt
food condition. U3llalter 125 Bum .
10..110. 94ohlldnrn.solo.
lie heater. air power brakes Associate 688-2212
Opm. ind ....rl.. Phono 611-.Bee 11..101. reo- to runt' Come on in and "Brow. Around-
CHURCH BUB far ealeRENTALS. 1.II."t: psrtr ot -looi
116.l CHEVROLET: Super Sports. Pho.. SOS1077 We got plenty more) to choose from
FURNITUREUvlnt oundlkos. 5005 nash --c :'iii ..rIIlD
room furniture Ineludtnt 0' 11'-121' bolonS 000 Phi -Do It today I
adlo. Orator. Considerable dlslount ,

Mid-VictorIan and much love.. .h.peat..,. carvedeola a velvet Cssh triAL. terms 303- I '60 fORD Station Wagon i cylinder, ttandartjtrenimlnlon.

side chslrs. a manocenr atop 0954. Winter Moors.jot. AMERICA'S ht PLACE SELLER !FAf THE MEDIUM PRICE MIDI Air conditioned.
tables. I alf.. table. I Irre laMe RAMIIUII Saumdoor ..0ation .
Bedroom sit Ineludtna bland wno. II onUOdoF. auto.nssttO. erakti
121 BusIness PIeces For RentTwo 57 CHEVROLET. Power steering, power i
I .. .. .
double dresser and mirror .10. ... UU Wont .
drawsr chest and > mint stands M.Orlo. Air conditioned.

MV t1013FOAM 13 VOLKSWAGEN sedan Eloellent 'raR..."41.ALI huni08sl,or l.a... wellfculldlnsi oo PONTIAC! FORD Doer.. Stetlon Wojon. V.I. Ridle end)

eondlt, Radio Br tiwn last MaIn Street Csll ...-.314.WAIIBHOUBB. 5
O0'. 01450 Otl-4143 heater.
W11X rent 101)0
SALE iii'l BTUDEBAKEB: Lark Ttksiver to 4400 feel fhooe MU t-T7 2 OLDSMOBILE Deer Hardtop. One owner.
low monUilr ..,...... No or MU O.JJ7 "We Arc Out To Win 5
Iowa ...m.n... Clean snot oosnimy CHEVY II N.V. Deer.. Radio, heater midatsodurd
car 004.I,tl. ... .1... 1 6
This Only CI.ZAM 8 ii : R :iTiJi"Ind.dl. II' S. FLORIDA AVIt.-UIO INFL ,: A fief By Beating Our tranimliiten.

Twin size Hollywood bed. .. 000 I... MV 11-481. ., ID Ilk.ld.aI OOS.looak alP snaGs oo.dlIIO.o4'POC. L toPolk '60 CORVAIR. Radio and h.lt. Air conditioned|

$34.50 exchWYNN T hoal.mon 4 00,555 I 0'" Own Sales Record"- Standard trenimlnlon.
.... Polk Pod..1 ".lIdI... .or. '
PLYMOUTH Doer Sedan. Radio' hooter and
SELLA toni for lawrors, .... Owners will CATALINA $ ,
MATTRESS srlltlon.. spsct to outtrn.'slr.- automatic tronimlition.
isnts H. W. .....brd. Phono
& UpholstererNEW BICYCLE? 1504131. W. Ar. Offering ForTh '5 DESOTO 9 poiiongtr Station Wagon. Aut..

AUBURNDALE RD. Balance Of This Month matlc tfonimliilon, radio and ..,. t .

Mow's the time! And MU '62 RMBLE. Radio, boater, standard tran.mli.]

104 Gal, Oil, f..I 8-1151 is the number to 05( LEDGER SPECIAL SALE PRICEON .1.1 relnl"l .

call for a Classified ad- CLASSIFIED ADSWE i iCLA0lFu5D '57 Wind. Door.. Radio and heater,

PROPANE. boa water OAS for Irrltstlon eootlnf. ,Indus heat.Ml -, writer. ANY '64 PONTIAC IN STOCK '59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2. ,' Hardtop. Y.I, tiutomatlc .

trial ..... Call B..JIIO' Ivr'I Ira tronimlnlon.
portal (.. ........ UIJ litO "CLASOIPIO' OIl"L.AV OIl LAV If you ore considering/ a new car, don't |'
AiSbirnd.lS HI.....,. 60 CHEVROLE BolAIr 6". Automatic t'IIml..101 .-

pass vp our "fpec/af Discount Plan." lONNIVULIMOWS rdl. and h.t.

BUY '64 CHEVEL-2.Dol Hardtop. Super Sport. V.t,]



Hurry en "Down to Wide Track Town" Look over our stock, rake I Milt Chunk.'.. D vU .. ., silica H.,.., .

TO THE HOUSE? USED FURNITUREWARNOCK a demonstration. ond we know you'll b. pleated' with our deal. Hwr*W Cro.rorJ Art .rl", f,.4>. W.II.

A. M. JILVI, JR, Utt Car *. |

No problem! Lakeland's COME ON DOWN TODAY'J\

supermarket of values Ut FURNITUREAND HAROLD FUSSELL

your fingertip the KERLEY PONTIACU.S.

CUiiified section! Shop APPLIANCE EXCHANGE Ov-ir 2 feori of Dopendak/e, Quafffy J.rr/ee/

there nowl! 102 I. Mtmonol live. 'h.... MU 2-2222 Hwy. 92 & E. Rose Ph. 682-5125 411 N. Florida Ave. 682.711]


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U I IiYWi1U REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 153 Heuiii Fer Sale I 153 He.tis Far Sale I 153 Heuses Fer Sale 153 Hu... Fer Sola 153 Heuses Per Sale

151 Real! Estate I 151 Real .
FoIsts .
thnngW1I Exchange 1 050010 BEDROOMS 1 tytoto. ON LOVELY Shear Lane 5.080 WILL T.IADE three bedroom two
Florida room a.r conditioned (tIbIa, iiialora built 3 bedroom. bath home for emaller Phone
< .L TRADE hauaet nor Ulelani SOLd Oil Indo, un,1t> .,.... I 1 .n..a lard Real, taaria In s CB two boll homa. OK km hen IDEAL SE LOCATION 0"0\11I11. 30 YEARSOF
*.hvrndalo for lanal or eounIF dioom lu.ur homo on I'. err, .Ir.bl. 1"0. Call MU with dl.haaher. mraened palm
', ........ .. .. ., .... 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH
ir or kur our eaiiitrproneny rri Central heatlm and alndltlonlni .4011 S n m. oSt.4004: t on roo anooo 10 down -
n 'laud cc nun,.',. I Dreo pork valHi TWO BIt ROOM'homo_ r i, ,otIo.inooo I. North on ns. 2949 CAROLINA I HOME FINANCINGIN
S I..i. er II. 5. OINIC., view for C oil mile beyond
I r St Lakeland realdenil "..h U SIO MU I,44114WI UU .. ono Carpenter One block from Yacht Club.
DI .
Awn Isle. .
ted Dick's S.d.U rommerdal Droperlv or bull loom' uu a.nav..Y Fuit South of Cleveland
lOll Snul nlnn, ........ Shod n.. ail 000 price ranae. Writ OW ittCB-. ..- Two block to tennis and LAKELAND AREA
N\1 '..i 'iiiRilFD ,inrr. Rl. I. too (2.. Tavare IOW DOWN p.vtor 51. n.r.ca.. boo. with Court School Drive by.
: PlorIda.tioli 0025 Ho..II. 'ho baths. 111... arrieSnd P.IIOo swImmino saulMU golf. Large family room.
'" 101 ...j, i-hone:; ; B.II24. 686.7943
b.dloon" tilJ.l711 with marble
kt, Mon, for o.e. Co I.... ? "HIT afartoufti lo.uoo Jiving room Long terms. direct reduction .
l., o. dnIlY, J T. W.n. "tot land OP rood.... Good 110. 5A00A10:: iiw--i r fi fdroonC. 0 .Y OWNER nearly n.. three fireplace central heating OWNEROWNERS
....... .
,. .. ... bedroom CB nowlr d_, home loans at reawn-
0' "U" 'It W..t.oad Drl. SOds. ii'Ion ood Income. pho... WU C.rporl. nltw. buUloln hro
M.".., .Iotld.. 2.lIa, I 'C Ills ".''h. Innulated. _..nln..Indo. tied All electric kllohen' clip and air conditioning Cornerlot. able Interest No penaltyfor
... furred walll. diamond I lahu and water. loot oUI..... Citrus Double
W1U TRAD three bedroom .11,. For appointment ,.. at
dU'1 .iiOn.. pared .treat na ph Ma prepayment any
.. bich homo lee amillen FOR SALE .. .. 1.1113. For tale by owner
rile too (31 atraln, Alao time. Two convenient offices .
= ALL : Phone 2 0621 OR TRADE lira two bedroom CB L.,.. Dorrhool TAKE: 5VSS peymenuthreeFlorida SAY
Fast streamlined serv
ldo room. nra Moron and I boGoom. room 101* 2605 DERBYSHIRE
WAN NA 4-!) Acres 3 Bedroom CB .hullh". Id..1 "rom.ot hom.. Bu... 00100. phone a.3487UNDKH I SELL! i i103S ice.
".aoo. 707 ansi'to Both ht.mne CALL 682-8735
: NEW!! : One bam Built-in' eleclrlt klt<... In sbrllnr At... Torm.. diormotol,: CONTNOCTON Tradldealin .
TRADE? .n B.n Taro drop welli. renped. for .rah In equity Will a oept, 1,1101' In IesturtS.pN. E Walnut Bt.-1 bedroomillvlni PHONE: 6868111
...,. .
Pond ........ 1010 .r tru.k or trod.Pho. dluln. room pineled tam.tlr dlnlni' room kllohen.
PHONE MU .. ...n.. .n lIm" 8..J7:11: room with flrenlaro. double .
6 7752 1 bathe I arroen porrhea aarufvaaher
: .
in Iheio (homaa)
Factory the
ownera "111onMdM door entry loyer doubla'
= i) i'ro ... aaraaeir nod .at'h.ltmp. r.n... .eI.o.
.I..um.l.n. I
will veil
trndIos .
tnelr equitIes Brae Lakeland
on.111rr.n1 mo t de- $3,500lere'i ..,.. ....
m horn,. for terrain rea. th,.. 'droom. Ins 55th. ....1. tirabto, addreaa. Ben OUen. build .In. ma FIRST FEDERAL
Fresh mI' one 152 Real stats Wanted I I 001t'an dillon CB homo In 010.Isod .. or. uin.tunMNIt .hln. and drrar Larie lot IOJ'
.. 1111. Fruit. lawn and shrubbery
11I11. '0' oSoillic' Coil "U --
1 bedroom CB with Florida room WB OKT reinllat, Need iI.ob.n: -4IMa LARdS 'r.m. hnsuej e bargain for some Hear achoola, oolleae. bui line and
lean a< a pin, Will roneldertrade 'or ..I. rottI., Met Sod. lu" I 55th.. PlutO ,'-. Otis. .to... Prlra reduced to EUEkcallent : < SAVINGSAND
UIU4 for a Hire, Illili homo clone laa? Cast M.ioorisI IIle..IO'Oral.Icr. MONEY. 'uYo n. no rloainita u I.,. ,Ii... Pool "m 124<. onel! Completely and attractively llninclna, RO-1103.
to rtopplni RN KM. 00. Pit. room CB moth OE
1 bedroom CH aullt-ln ran... WILL TRADa 1M. .droom. lehrn Near city beach-Auburn.: souse rom .oi,. In GOuntr furnished dollhouse, 71e B Iniraham Ave_vacant.....S LOAN
oven On 'Once.. hi and drrabout Ian both ..om. In Ht.h'and' kill.lee d.Me, If you can pay M2 month noo .dnnn. $40 000otis. PhoorMO Ideal for the small or retir- bedroom. loins room dinina
,...untrr ..I... ,'.11 73IPORFCLOBED .1812.i ASSN OF LAKELAND
U 4 ml from oily limos RO- eaj 7117 'WOJ7- ed family Handy to stores. room klu-hro. and '...kl..t ;
IOU RFPOMBBSIOam : : i CLEAN TWO bedroom ranch Co.trllint : room eloraae' and utllllr roam
1 or 4 bedrooms CB wllh Florida LIST YOURPROPERTY .'. in many Lake'and irons for retired. Northern cou church, bui and In quiet bath. Florida room beautiful ...klloor. Downtown: Orange at
Mel Rudy Realtor pit. oood fluhlni. 14JJ Wait Lak .. floor furnace and air conditioned
= Chevrolet "Corvaii"Mod. room I .th. verr clean. nested 1517 E Memorial residential! area, it's a steal
: Bit off Clereland Helihla Bt. WITH US Blvd 6B .4107 CSoen wintor Ha von. for a...... Nliflf I.nd.1It..d Tennessee
RH.102J LIKK NEW: two the moneyl! CLARK lot. Near church. llorelleae .

I .bedroom. CB on S arm. Thl. "It 'thorly .n'l BELL .it. BURN ona CHOICE lurnlthed. RETIRrMrNT both under t homei" 0001t..II.nl horn. klhhpalowll badnbuiltin redoe ca REALTY 833 North Mass, .. achool and bus 0 lisa .al. Grove Park: Crystal' Lake
hon,. It anoyr, la,'aa llvlni room tr DOWN." 1'1 L. ,8hort" P.lm.or termi Cuh talk. Clark ,' on larta landwaprd lot 6884031. doo'. 0 wnornnednO. as Drive at Meadowbrook
"LL. Immod'' 100000aulon. I
: dlnini area Mauler bedroom. l lla I. Realtor. LMIA 304 A hn. Really null.4011ral Woocbl..k A..n.... ptlN 110100
: '>I4 with full ba'h. hOn "'rr.. iee>.. Avenue Phona MO I.(173Ne Otto I.... dow.n ....m.nt. Phony I hart the km IIN"3. I
,.o lloon I..... balk off hall ( t to sI. Tenn Ava Parklnl THREE 0001000N. t.o 05th.. fiM8.11188 .
CII oon.tr..llon Cork floors. 421 Poro Place Shoro Aereel Va.raflt.
,- .....- ..> ; double. carport piui .s utllltr. Lel.l heal, and air rondlllonlnlurnlihed .n.. LOVELY: SEVEN: room homa (hi,, a ,lam ....'oom.. llvlnt I
room most ihop RO 10M HOMES BY
Near Bhonpint ten _room.. two ,...... lane paneled FOR SALE room dlnlni room kitchen tIle
n John .era. 'hu".... and achoola. City Florida well .bath Florida room '14 .JO I PI,.-
C.II MU C'ookm.n locIar Illltlea, .nd fir. protection doll corpro. drapea:"r'.j"t: ant I BY OWNER it.-.. beautllul oak floora. atalhed FHA MANAGER
.1217 oiler 4 pm. CASH BUYER FOR out ol illy. By appointment ony .''r. Double carport. Must been 13 000 95ui0C for 1100 net ...... ,.,... and uUlltn room.
: aII I MU '1220 ThIs homo vai In .. to appreciate. totaled'i at 00001 .or... 1.,. A".hod s.'a. .- a lam lendtraped lou HOOilM I $100 DOWN !
HOWARD GILLETTE $50,000 HOME! '05 Parade of Horn... La... lot. Nolttniham Road. or call ... DloIn. room den. \II,.. Excellent location Priced to Bell
BY OWNER MU a..1912.ii hedroomo. hardwood floor eta Enrellent: term Immediate ma'.msloO
RFALTOR LMLA Need t bedroom homo In "ou'h..Id. CB lull ona Oil.acre bath three carport bedroom 07" AND 611 W.. Hull Street In town .tol. weekend only ptione I ..... tOo k... IIH.94. Many choice horn,. In all loci-
PHONE MU 2-4179 lo..uon nrar L.ioo HolIl... utility room. til.ooo. (Jto down Two new hou.... Three bedrooma. Mt 1.1928 POdap P..... throa.h loss. Completely' redecorated
UU worth I,r..ouIto. 111.11.1 errlo. t S3.rim 7 attar 3 pmB two III. bathe, llvlni' din. 'uod.,. 1030 I. Penmrlvanla .0.caroo3 Monthly paymenla U low M 65Slop .
.) #527 $199500U lit W Walnut at B. '1.. 'to Polk Count. .... In ao dec.Pri In. room. carport anoo room downmonm bedrooms. llvltu room.dl..ln. by our offica or call.
: '1.iaO5. ..0000 to 11I0.000 : HOME: ...""d. beautiful' i room. utcnen. bath >na .
_ ...h' Mutt be ton 0.101111 00odlU$0 Lake Mariana Paved road II U. call 0t.2421.OWNICS BUY LIKE RENT! ...... porch aervlce porch. la. T R TUCKER
d locitk.nI, Cpu C.m.n mllea e sot Lakeland Auburndala, HOME: in ..ub.b."unlh.d rS..on d atoraaa room. DIM lot .
U iousrrlI .I .U '. 888. StIlt WO .a8n.. or unfurnlihod See 3 Bedroom, 1VJ bath, FlorIda -I........la ...r ,.,.. Hear churrhhool ,
: SURE EASYway ''I' R. 'J'uker. J,.. R'.IIO .U BY OWNER I CB hno.0.110" ",radar.. Prlder Baurdar. S17Bouth room concrete block .. oWe... and boo IIn.. Own. REALTOR
599 DOWN OR TRADE0U .1I7J.. rreencd patio 00lOllOtag' liool Oarden Drlvaconditioned home. or .ut 0' slut. .odSi. BELL 111 M Maoi A.e. Lakeland
lrnmdlat. pomuolo.. I tarn tOn .
MU a404TWOSF0000M 00001 MU 7173FHA
to push ahead Is to 1 '' : room CB.PARK urpotln.bra Thrnm dr..r"bod.. 3 Bedroom 1% bath air con k... IIN.18a. Area Property WannerVA
CB hom.Wou0
turn to today's "Automo ..... sIr acrened 12.12 ditloned concrete block Area Properly MannerS
U 153.A Suburban Property completely furnlihed 1800 048 a ".* York Ao.-sst-.
63 CHEVROLET Impala 2-Door Hard- = nallo built I In OE I
bile" classification for a Terms. 2214 Coihran Rtreet io n.aod home. 2! b droomi. llvlni room laria ,
00f lane lot Sll 100. P..ntmorl. CLA''I'aO DISPLAY
U top. Full $ safe dependable automobile on cora. tlBO' road 'ron'''. FOR BALE arreote Ith ...... .... 110.610. .1J..2U 'or.PPolnlm.nt. 3 Bedroom 2 bath brick blOb: ..,. and .,l.rra. Sri
O1Q'> Odds City lii.hnsy. Hlrh hl.h Purnlihed or unfurrlliihrd three baSh and ., .. room. dm nor "IIIAFabulous
power f V land e.ror.. Solid from bedroom 1H bath New U .20Drk home. I Oa room taraca and atoraaa
= hou.. .IB 000. 3dm.. D. C.pp.. "' bulldlnt. fenced rard Air LAKE CIIBHON Park lI""rlllna room. ",.. lot tOsrrharsh.
ealtor "e .1117. ndltlonrn Cr,.lal' Lake arra 3000 aaulir for tl too B> ownThreo 2 Bedroom separate dining cnool Horn and but Una atPMie _
'63 CHEVROLET BelAir CLAUII'IID DISPLAY CHI anytime ||OS Moo.. Drive I... bedroom". two bathl room, Florida room, near door. reduced to MLL Immediate _
U $1795. 8BH. HOT. Oslno' room Plorida 000m. oak pouauloa I l>.>a too
2Door. Fully equipped. 153 Houses For Sale I lion.. dOUbl. O'oro.ort. lIa WUd. Southgate By Owner. ke r. IIN.9II9.
U COR BALI or 'rent two bedroom wood A..nu. .U.18B.
WIDE TRACK OV/NICR LIAVINO Florida aoonoffera CB. Verr lood location lood dealburar TWO BEDKOOMOnea MEL RUDY FOR BARGAINS (U V* FIRST TRUE q
U 10' Reaeonable rent a 10Qolden blo.k homo
'62 CORVAIR Mon 4 : modern homo ot a red iredprlee Rula Drlva boon Sunday I7>IU1 lull Realtor 1527 E. Memorial
o. $1 TMQIZ : TOWN SPECIALS!II! lurnlihed. or iinturnlahed' intormallon. call U-6017 Bouth. For i price. HBO down tS7.go month 686-4107 any time 11. L (Shorty) Palmer
= Ipeed, radio and heat 2120 Woodbine COUNTRY HOME Medulla Wood' Located southwait ol Lakelanl Realtor I.MLA 1 Down To
BOUTHSIDI NEW Trade Ieaullf our on Doo 0.. Road oft Old Tarn Joe T Maiwall
U '62 CORVAIR "700" '62 PONTIAC .111 l like. Throe twin bedi bedroomi. Walklni that dlt- in,,,.. Florida redecorated.....room. two aero bed ofeltrui pa''...Ted Hlahwar Real. Kalata L 1. Barbour Broker. Rea CM. Rei. Ph S.leoc MU .I 2731 _

1295 Combos '._r. v... ..ulo.m. I I.n.. .hoOplos inC ..Irmnt.ry.r0001. land. 04.750. Lunn 8J. or 0..... R Sort. Aaao700 5045 T.nn AvaPb EarthPRICES _
U 4-Door Sedon . .,.. Ir.n.m........ .., acroie ."net from 50000. Hood Owner .83 841)0LAROE nato, '61.la 12.OOWH. MU '-'In
..... ..... ....... .....
.n. weit Junior HIsS West WlndiorStreet FRAME: boos In KaUi- 5150 YOUR fAMilY'SCURITY Ntit ta a. Ton Ava. Pk Lot
: 0.O5I'S.iOdbotuIor, nit loulH Lincoln *On.no. ,Ire,. Ornnr.trnot.lr Ow olyrn.. .0 2B04 ..monthly -
Inchaom Avenbedrooma
: '61 OLDSMOBILE F.85 4. .ndt.n" .. 010'0 Sand. ."..n..,. .1. !;lt0r il k.... Make offer Call IS9 I'll bathi kltch'ThreeShlpler < > I !
1095 .
: 50 by .OOln..n.. Phon. 000- ,
Door. V.8 and radio $2188 buill-I. Rod..o..,... Ihouwh.ou. CLAa"I'"IID DISPLAY
solo "121111..aNTALa .. IIh.
IJ NEW: THREE bedroom CB hade Realtor 'ao'oVoi. .
: Near colleie. Two Or,.. 18'.111' lot No city ..... 82-l7al.. [ W. connol toll lio
&I '63 CHEVROLET Impolo 4-Deor Hard. = bedroomi. aleenlnf porch COli... IB 790 5 oriooto.eo.. I loll NEW VOLKSWAGENS voro : t*
61 PLYMOUTH ""n rear 112.lIa. between S.7 p mUSED Woodland Drive Owner. > .37JI. OWNER SALE! DELIVER FOR $1713.95Inct Mil coon .,,4) the
lop. Factory air ..Door Sedan ..,.ad.... Au.broOm. IHOEK bEDROOM h .. wIth Leatherette. wh," wallundercoat .. b .
ll .
$2295. t.m.t,. '..n.m..n. ra',., I CLAa.-aO. DISPLAY .root. Small do.". p..monl.T..phon. Small down 'no. >.da m rrar. al,. only way to fiv
: radio and heater ...t... .._ .t..n.. ....., "J-oIn. payment lad and lull aae tank (Heat. troight h e itpricei
., .._.. is assured in home .. .. .. .
.h..1 in Parker Road In Medulla. a a of r turn ana'a padded. a
1.160 FOR my .,ulI,. a-.iime ihree "bedroom tlla batii CB home .... .'n....... ....h.. ..n''um. ond f.1 I
$995 R monthly payment of t6t Ilireabeorooml with carport and unlit?. on aappronlmatelr your own. For outstanding ... ....,,"' .. ... .tan. tre"... W, he... .
U 61 FORD Galaxie 2-Door. 895 : Tradewlnda, 1422 Craient a., 1.1 SO'HM' home buys see to- *"ROSTAKELAND c., ro fit your budlet .

U Extra clean . . ( Placa. :- _--- appr..1 00 000. teo a month day's Homes For Sale" Com in end k.
TWO BEDROOM frama ho.... poernen 1. Call Earl Tranauo MO MOTORS INC. *
60 STUDEBAKER h' H.766 t or MU .."n. listings look evar our wid ft
a new roof. aaraaa. Corner lot P.I. Ceur.tr'e Only
= I.Door t..n. ...n...' trans. election of food
62 FORD Fairlane %. QuId nelahborhood Vary reaion- .her.ted VW Oaa"r
095 m f.on. rd *n J h.iitr. ble. 223> WotthrOhatl.OCATION, 1100 W NMOlLSVS.cooN. un. t.

: Door. Fully equipped $695 TRUCKS In .Lakeland $50 PER MONTHI CLAII'I'IID DISPLAY MU solos ...

T.o bdroom ma.ory. P10,10. .1. 63 RAMBLER
room hardwood loon. fen... I .nd 3 Clu..* 4.D..r Waaor.m .
U 61 THUNDERBIRD. Factory air. 2-Door : AND TRACTORS back Card. fruit t,... Iouthold.lit. muit boodroom be aold 'ram. hornro ."" hit. ...t..
U '59 PONTIAC ,I. 10' It. hue It.. R..I omolldoen No quallfrina. Immedlalalu m.t china intvrier. AMt .

Hardtop $2195 Cetalle.ll 4.Oaar ....n. Ante .0.I INTIP.MATIONAL V 11eee. p..mon' P'HA II000ced. e...... Minimum nlOlI0t5r5.down parmrntand 1. no Conic In A.ulltlect .....m.*. ._I.nintj. ,n""u.1 tack
a On. owner . . rn.O,, I..m..n. ,.... .n' aver ana III. Btra,ont Call MU a.u"TwoI ecu move In For Information W*> Mid it n.w.
neater One aonar. a,". Golly aau,oaad. CB: 204 On Phono Mondar tbrouih Friday t __
Head UTM ford S ordorsi nit courne. Uakolfer < 101. 1 $2195
: $1095 Owner. Rowan 12 Ranch I
60 PONTIAC Station '
.0 'NOLIIH I' 0 s 0 V.n.
H095 "'... ....n. "... .n' .... Villa.'142n... _h...... 0ccYork MU 2-2283 '63 CHEVROLET
Wagon. Steal it at. door ....'n.. 00mm t"... .
lEt Door BelAIr cylinder
59 BUICK 017,0ONTESOIATIOICAL ,TWO BEDROOM. 100100 lot owtematte trene-
Hun .. emndee II. Oil cornel, m.._.... ....,.. h......
.. 100
= 61 CHEVROLET Wagon Porkwood. A : lOony H.rdtop A r .odl.otodom. Oounor. of Mt Tabor and Foliton. 0.110.' Law mtlaeoe. Local ono
t..otor. Mot., ...,ha" .
*neJ tcmat e tran NO DOWN PAYMENT .. ...
: p. : ... :::; ... '.n..... SlatS ., 1L
flawless .t.'n.' ...... ....... .._. PoAT SALE:, Two, bed.mom. $2095
$1295 owner
II sod .nt. 11 INT''NATION.L CI. Srnmo.t.d
automobile . . Cadet w,th 1*" under.alerter .. moo bath. kllchen dint,. .. pour lot _
iii $1295 m..... lrtm With excellent lermi. tst Buuui '61 VALIANT _
UU L.ho new M2I 0,1cc
63 /j FALCON Fostback Au..t.. '.. E
$1995 Many mere .. ra',,,
U V-8 equipped . IERLEYPONTIAC le cheeie 'relllQUILLIAN : YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT $56.36 q Ono.n. owner.

U $1095

: '61 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible. U Ftr ..moat

Fully $1495U INTERNATIONALTRUCK need not be expensive. N.Until fijr down model parmcnt* now .under.. our ton loU. k.. Cl..... 0 D,. S Cwl.l

= equipped . . : "iVirft Track '.w,," & TRACTOR Check the Classified sec- truciioQ. .' Sod,r ,.Cend fc Meet.Lecal FectervA ono

tion for good buys In used "
'62 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible. : 1334 E. Main 2)35 Phono Dod-o MU Cup 2-4117 Hww. I I TV and Stereo sets IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION R. C. KELLYHe $1395N

Fully $1QOC 682.1032 Formerly Franablau.Oilaert) I CLAaslJ
: equipped . . IO7oV : u CO.. Special kI.. .
I INC. 1 invite all his friends to drop In and see him ...

U '57 CHEVROLET 2-Door. 495 .8(..1..111 Bo Fla Ava 050-2435 at Lakelond Ford Company, 125 Lake Mir. Convert'59 BUICK ble Blee, .

1.1 V-8 stick shift . O ror Drive. Mr. Kelly has been selling auto. .tr...,,..ZU... I....h'" .
UI ... ...... ......

= '59 EDSEL 2-Door Hardtop. One owner Ull HOME FOR SALE mobiles for t 13 years in Lakeland .uMm.t....to. .n'.. ;.,...II.. .a.. ..

Th... bedroom near ......I. Carpeted ". ..
new car It-I\ o.roomon d bedroom
trade-in $695 U TOMLINSON'SLOT l Vinyl, floor I.... paneled Florida Stop in today and let him show you the 1964 $1195
: . . . UU room Beamed celllnia $:..
I,. nice TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland

'57 CHEVROLET BelAir $795H795 : Phone MU 2-3039 Ford. M6tor Trend Magazine picked Ford 4 'D.60.FALCON r. ttanderd SW

II Convertible . . t..n.m..n. On. ...n.
OF 1 as the car of the YearLAKELAND. :;;1:Ira enaro alone
[ I
: '63 TEMPEST = $895

: Station Wagon . MAKE MOREadd '59 BUICK W
81 '63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full
$ C1QC V 4 Door Hardtoo le. B
U '57 CHRYSLER. Worth FORD o.kre. full oewer. ax itemjit
$095 anywhere. :1 power, factory air conditioned Classified ads to ,a I..n.m..n. .
U Our ....... h..t... ..".
sales staff Dial MU
price i your .10,... L...' .n. ..n.

U ONLY . . . .. $695 M I 62 CADILLAC Fleetwood. Full power, $/OQC 61151 for an ad-writer CO., INC. or.

U U1U factory air conditioned . today. $1095

'63 EXECUTIVE UI.U 125 lake Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 21102EATSLEEPLIVE '
can. Special purchase. 60 PONTIAC
62 CADILLAC Pork Ave. Sedan DeVille. Full power, ;
SOY k. ( h ef Hardtoo
. factory air CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .:: k .
nsooCliaraea : $3795 I" ....; .h....... . .

U uptoU conditioned . . . . I t-:; ::. ::.':::.. .. .

.T.n..t..n auto T..... T... 81 ..n."
'62 OLDSMOBILE 98 4-Door Sedan. a...
RI $O/LQC MOVE "l $1495

Full power, factory air conditioned jCaiO Jr J E


w ou OF rour? cwo/cf Af '60 CADILLAC I Coupe DeVille.i I $2595 ... ... ... ouI.mome.r amor,can 4 Door. ..000 La-

Full power. . . . . actual m,lee' ONLY

4 $1095
'60 MERCEDES 220S 4-Door Sedan. Air conditioned,

standard shift, radio 51 N! AC.n'

1. BANK FINANCING and heater . . . . $1995 Convert' .ble 4So.
tomat./UI tran.m:ea,an.rad :

'60 PONTIAC Catalina 4-Door Sedan. Ale condition. ... .o and heater ...
I $695
ed, automatic transmission, radio,

2. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY heater, power steering and brakes $1 595 IIh.. .

Ok. llndengrtn
'60 PLYMOUTH Fury Hardtop Coupe. Automatic t

transmission power steering, brakes, $1

ii&fl! radio and heater . . I 095 Paul

59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full $2095 1964 DODGE MOTOR HOME

power, factory air conditioned Naylor
4, QUMmf ABOVE Mt i1

'59 CHEVROLET Pork wood Station Wagon. V.8, air ON DISPLAY 4

conditioned. automatic transmission $
295 MotorsI
power steering, brakes, RCrH

'58 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan. V.8, air conditioned, ..... 1047 L MAIN ST. .. ..

automatic transmission, radio $995 WEDNESDAY -19th Umd e... MU ,..s.. ,

and heater . . . .k.. .... Co-f MU ,.,".

Op.n h.nlngl Till ...
'58 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 4-Door Sedan. Radio, THURSDAYFEB.20thAT 9 r.M. .

heater, automatic transmission, pow- $895 th...

er steering end brakes .


M. P. TOMLINSON CO. BUNIER HILL'SYovr Mmmb.r lined ea.$0tWr4&


""HtaoVT for Quality' mnt Verve for Over 23 "tors!" friendly DODGE Dealer ijo.ieuo

938 East Main St.9 Phone MU 2-7173 302 W, Lemon St.




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153Hewn for Sot* 153 H..... For Salt 153 MOWIM Iw Salt 153 HOOIM For Salt 153 H..." For Sal, 153 N.OIII For Soli 153 Kevtff for Sale! REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE

MR. HOME Onion BEDROOM trame home InDuinand. 153 Hotiiei For Soil 1S3 Heuus For Sal*
SEEKER 57.505. Smelt doemiiaraieni.
COUNTRY LIVING BEST Vent a used value? Then eee this INDEX OFMARKET'S Or1 will trod for dUo ON
VALUES IN J i bedroom well kept borne with III.i .. Phone MU S-48IC KERNEYWOOD ON BERKLEY
AT TFU WEsT. J "droom built-in "Coo Out" ami adjoin.wlui. -' Joe P. Bridget LOOKINGFOR
)In%. oa a ...... 01 I..d. Wifl.ow&I ="rtd. ** "' "" BEST I
.ar..U" Ihtoulhoul. HOMES *wi;;t Rarel li, a houM of thle callbeavallaMe .: 3 bedrooms 2' baths, extra preeeflU
dD"ullL-1D WI.10., ..1.1Id t.rpor I ....,"" ... BUSINESS LOTS COMPLETELYFURNISHED fer Uila tinuuaUv are pleceed tarn t*hornwith at., large living room, Ha A MODEL HOMEt ROOMThen
,on..... Prlood at lld.joo and Crou 1'00 407 PUEBLO TRAIL-I tola I. ex.oluelva Hour (010 lolc V130 hi .. Benford epacioue roo.... fireplaceoparaio .. room delightful enclosed 107 (:act tvitedcre will eervtalnly
7'l Beacon Hill. Attractive, In.. Couth aide of Oar, Road and 4 bedroom a* bathe. RM-ci. dmine room. new cabneu ) fill loo bill. It boo
I Coil eoneU-ucted 7 room homo, books up t. railroad. Hell all orpart. 117 E. Maxwell In kitchen three lam bed patio oak floors wall to at dpare. Jn.t linwn 3 BIO roomla bed
bedroome. I bathe Make an offer LM1BBH.AVAILABLE oome Rib boW... Florida roome.araie M. Bell VIsta '
central heat wall
carpeting central room. one It xia. li'llf,
heat. one
Olve-awar tormi. ore. Sods, .
QUIET STREET encloeed RN-363 eprlnkler -
JJn. pool BN.' SOON 2842 Oxford Right down to the silverand torn Even a baeemenu Ash 10, Drive by this attractive: OPEN TODAY on. 1)114'. Thrrn arc I bedroom
ui and on. down On. UI.
Attractive a bedroom ::; I 41 dedrebl* loSe U th* popular dishes In kitchen. Lu-S RO-1071 Todaf. home 2822 1 to 9 .
a 'ull .01fN1II DRIVE-I kiiiln look aeclor of Lakeland A real doll bo_. Iw-ITa 3 I at Berkley, then baths up and on. tile bath down.Verr
bathe ( 141
creened t porch* 14.11 traced atr van..t 01. bedroom I'. b.th b.m.. knurl Lees..3, leaned for your _.....co.. 140 Windsor JR'i with ccreened In porch Omer B. Maphli MU 6-2454 call C. FOSTER, MU 2-0324 LOW DOWN PAYMENT larie. and llvini* lun room room.with and affreplaoe.

well landncaiMd (13 too .lth Cotophor Helctite 100"Ion. Mail Trodillonol mcd nbs.rtolu. IELo large garage & carport. Larry Heath MU 2-8500 to show you through. EL- a aeparato dlnlnc room 12''1'',
tem'. Call (or appointment to reaeoneblr priced at only S30.000: 1. C. BYRD 1080-H. and a nice kiu-hen with. S hoseStoeS *
I... BO-1033. Oood financial, RN-ooa. 528 Southslde location take OFFICE 68MJ4 1)60-1. $$59 MONTH room. PLUS a full baument.

Laurel Lane over 4V4% G. I. Mortgage ......n porch, carport and utility I
lop SASTWAY-Ural furnleheo! t Realtor arcane plus ....blllt,. BUIO |. : CII ooNtTirucnoM, 3 BCDKOOU 00.05 i InII.. hoist bums more
LITTLE HIDE-A-WAY bins bedroom lot with home. HIM' lociuoa, Or**. Pork Center M2HU71 H. at $6600 per mo. after HAUGER REALTY CHESTER OVER 1400 RQ FT. UNDO aDS,. PLUS there li a oompletoareee
prou View. prop 2213 substantIal down MCDONALD ROOF. CARPORT AND apartment with a 1 russrm.000dr000m
AawclaloaRETIREMENT Cambridge
erln U
mlra Urn lo10 oeke, KID In tint .1_ eondltloa, .. I. tlttsrbork Scatter LMLA UTIL! ROOM <* MILl ODTUPC In. AND the lot
eltnin. near lake and fimini PI,. Ullel au.00000. RN-.U"*. .. O. Po"" ..... IIRa.'I\IIO Slatelir older borne. SUf-ata. RO-1095. aie B. 00-.. lit. 1t..Il4lt LNL4 CITY UMir I. 100'al'o' and le loretod on on.
I Bedroom, 1 bath bom. carper, lIaI-IIK' 1018 Avon payment.j. 'Btop at the lisa of toe Owl Aro"Bid... .aa.I"1 itS the ...11 1..1 .trrete In all ofLakeland.
PLUS Mint. bedroom with privet Ita vacant .. have
bath, entered from carport (o". H. W. STOCKARD .L ,Scrrns.. RO-IOS4 BRICK the key and the time to allow
'our ....... or Verb room. Fenced 1317 Temple Terrace Joe P. Bridges you ItN_. Th* price Ic ncht.he .
backyard, no slIp ...... and priori Bbl...... NEAR SHOPPING sweeps are riady to 405..
REALTOR HOME condition. .. --.
at onlr leUO. BO10SK.HIGHLAND These SELECT BRICK FOR SALEBY Bid famlUec or* wsiusmlBooluebys
Intoreetlni .
two .
bedroom apm loo IIII I. Florid A .
AaeaalMeat $10,500 homes are ready for IMMEDIATE -'4 with lane llvlni room paneled OWNER and BUILDER
HILLS Pre4)) Webbn. Dandr little CB horn with lone A. S. MORROW OCCUPANCY. "lorida room ..HIIM room aM BRAND NEW Day: 688-6125
Jlia Pollard Jr. home room, femur room bedroome. 100 bath. Drive In batement haa Nights: 681-1361'- 886-2205 .,
8"54 ftOO DOWN ..I.n,. the Bob Wllllame A central heatlne ereteialeo. Reiltori. LMLA features Include 3 & 4 BR's ndrr, hubby room and etoran.
rent. I bMroom CB Horn. 0,3 Auburndalo WO 7-4o50 Thll propertr can b* Hoe. a. Tenneoro 2 Bath., Florida & dining HisS, dry lot. Furniture optional Near BouUiitt In CI..I.nd DICK BARNES
tile bath Drn, built-in reblnetawalkIn O. rio,d &Immerm"" ... Jr. chued with a reaeonable Call MU a-1117 or MU 3-S7BJ in ooo HelKhU beautiful treei Oak
payment .. ur-I rooms. As low as $450 down loon, air eondlUoned, relied
clone, VtfMf room carport and .un. 4 .
II' I. Florida Avenue MU .3133 ..... Call M ST. lieat. Two lano DM room i. Plorl.a
oocorost, lot : eee HM-looi. FHA and NO DOWN room blOt and Mi. A home DUPLEX LOTNear soil I. 1'111. 11880'10'

HOME & INCOME 1131 C: Oleander Branch Office.... MTJ oOllIT'S LAKE MORTON I HOME & INCOME PAYMENT VA. for and 00t050 prleed nswhowio below value in the Terini bed Lime Street school :

CLOSE see this nawnrf dunle .. with no rlodlni co.l,. Uirated at .
IN at. |}
PAINT High dry 90 x 152 feet
Bedroom nit ouUl John-on. & PUTTER HIS Kernerwoort H. U Woodardalter
.1 Horns-00perot, Din. Walk down ..... Uvinc room JUST LISTED I
Inc Room. bib. Flold. Room. ---.- lawn from Ideal dthies room kllohen bedroom I phono MU S1334.Qulel sewer fruit trees
P1Os I F'erslohed rolled Soil.Lu 'ionic. Larie rose,.. aeparai din- ..1 bain. EACH BIDBI Th.
Motto, Aroo *13(00 In. room ileanune hardwood north side le comuleMr furnished This nice 2 BR home i Is TIle S bedroom 55.000 Jewel could SACRIFICE
floors. "_nod front porch seth eldee be a doll boo.. wltn a few ....... GOOD BUY
rented .
and w I
Torsos ar,,,,,..... completely FURNISHED and POP BALI
GOTTA GO! EUI110. will make arranei>menui to show. eome paint RO-1OT1. It boo I Owner transferred. $18,000
Terme .'.II.bi.. 1O8US.ABBOTTHECKES. h a I screened In porch sUsrs.erniLhm. cllrue' .. o.k., houeo at.tached. Torro bod........ two toUts. fraser Large 3 DR tile bath _
0 4 elllhUul I bedroom homo CHOICE BUSINESS SOUTHSIDE and only $10,. balance-(M per Low monttaSeo downpavment with .b..IOII icuiol5 aldln. Akeview't lots home for $15,500. $250

303' Iron.... on BOUTK ruottl I.411.".fUrnished Near hoepltal and readr and I*ellnte mov LOCATION CO. 900. RN-1049. this irellow ... to roflnrd ahopplnv reeMcntlal_...... srrsCi bum (Across street from excellent down, payment $104 mon-
DA AVENUB-060' deep No reetrlctlona Drive) br TJO Buena VuvtaraU .IM NEAR SOUTHGATE prick homo that Ino echoola and ohureboa. Can fishing)-furnished or
ai to ,.. A300002t _I..... jOlLA aleo Beeda paint and Ilklni. notn.mi thly. Three bedrooms, large
DOWN. ru.-UJI.It.tie- aa alrapla M tha 2111 (out Florid. A,..| i1 rte 111 'I'a.n. .'Oo Ph. "a..I1' major In repairs,, but ......... bo boiuht tujbt Beo at unfurnished.
well built busies could be converted in. up in our eparo Umo would ala Want Palm Drive living room, two tile ,
for office bu.I".... put sloe I bedroom home In tip.
or home
NEAR SOUTHGATE ON BUCKINGHAM uooooi and bualneeel Lot 1 A tarma real bonito arranied at SOUTH & NORTH of 105400.tAp shipo.southwest Lot'.. lot. tars'Price. _Sees. R. M. MARLER Florida room and so-forth

COMMERCIAL BOIUMNCI-L.rt. "- .lUllful S ...._m. I bath city Some have large for dlecUMion.W.R. STOP LOOK LISTEN
lx t-Oood Portico BO.... Doc- ,Dome. Contrail healed with AirConditioning. OOoIUI.WORK LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! CITRUS TREES others I & SON 2123 John Arthur Way
offlcee, Small build ..
tori office ,
ara. dlnlnc ON THE If for
have OAKS & PINES you are looking one LMLA Pusltorm MU 65947CLA''I'IIiD
adapted to
Int. manr trpea 01 room. carpeted larce nUlltr. and' "Bill"
buelneee. ]',000.Wl r"POrt-N. we show rou EL-: NORTH SIDE? Sites range from Vi acre to WILLIAMS of the nicest apartment 1401 1.: Mois WV 1-8881

HAVE: OTHEMBunday t134'H. tiers .. s d.nd I bedroom homo Drive by these quality 4 ACRES In size Prices REALTOR: LMLA sites In Lakeland, here It Is
on s 100.180' homes and then tell B ..
lot. Ills 00)004OS call to Florida A.
or Bvenlnn Call READY FOR YOU Just 110.1001, I utIlity sense average $1,500 Waterfront 688.13.lo Lot 100'xW, four nice CLASSIFIED DISPLAY DISPLAY
sod m lar.. earto leOne look see inside. sites $2,500 to 3. apartments furnished, milly -1
MerrlM ....n.. MO l3.0 sO RO.IU87.
RIO Bonnie Drive and eee foryourself 2708 EASTON 500 with LOW down pay- room and six carports on

'thle Immaculalo the comfortable I bedroom llvlnc oak In ments Northglde and West 50'. Room for more

BEERMAN REALTY lloor homo with carport erreenedDorch. KEN HARRIS TERRACE Southslde locations. RETIREMENT apartments on East 50. ANNOUNCEMENTI
and ,.. ./ rard. ... Isside paoloua 1 Bedroom .'t, feelone
loll I. FLA. AVB. MU 1.3111! RNova.IF Realtor Bloliuioy. LMLAim deeicned br a local arch,- HOMES. Zoned for apartments. One
B Florida Av*. tort. TUIa home 10.. qualllthrouihout block South of Shuffleboard

FISHING TODAY ....3111 10 b. appreciated.that mint Cenral be Spot...n SCOTT KELLYRealtor a .odroom ClII.rI.k. This toS CtAmrta. An Ideal location for

sod air, eondlllonlne double carport .. OO0D nle. smell .U..m.a' h_.. Located
apartments. at
le ...1Jofd. to 441 Lone- Built In kitchen eerpelln, Lorated north off Kmlhleen Road
fellow Drl... Notice th. t.k.tOor.Ippred In ChIns room and manor bedroom LMLA Priced "TDOO. To eeltla ..ta.... HO1051. East Lime Street. Price
A LITTLE MANSION In back rard Uie roof and and nanr mot leaturet $60,000. By owner.
Inilde It hoe 1 bedroom.. I baths, 050 II enjor, UN-CM 213 S. Tennessee Ave. 3 Bedroom CB 1W baUil. Not far
3 Bedroom l'/i Baths Oak floor.. Birch kitchen., f.mllr SEE TO BELIEVE MU 2-5195 from "'ulll..,.. on Bonnie Prlve. O. J. LYGRISSE
room and manr other fcaturee 1504 HANDLEY BLVD. Title home le In liko new eondlUou. -
Fully Furnished Call for appolnUnent. t* eee RN- Bilremelr attraetlro welt kepi I MO.IOM. 838 East Orange St.
UJ. .. home wlUi lane eereenei Like the .olonl" look' TI,.. Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898
Immaculate oetlo. carport ulllllr room. Inoludee this cuotooa.bull, hom. will .p.orsI Bob Shore MU Toil', Coil 24. Cro. MU 1-11111. Phone MU 6-6969
PHONE Laundromat, dl'_.', dl.ha to 'ou. 1 ._ stood brd.rooms. 115, Hoonll.n. MU 1.3161
808 CumberlandA her I b.th.. RoOt Lawhon
and lines JUST LIDTKD ID R.n. JImmy MU 6-6575
Omer B. Maphls MU 6-2454 Onl, sii.000. Bee TOd.,. RN-IW4 sod oven Central heat paneled
Buyer's OpportunityMove Larry Heath MU 2.8500 P100100 Room Hard.ood gloats JIm Blackwood MU 2-6716 HOWARD GILLETTE

Right In OFFICE 682- 147 421 GRIFFIN RD. knOts 50-1051 In.10 s boots rue win ShOD HEALTOR jUt OPEN I

Ju.a .t the eriie DI Iowa on one- 1604 SPARROW PHONE MU 2-4179 1:00: 5:00: S. "RED" SISKIS
0 LIDDICOAT REALTY HAUGER REALTYItraltor h.1f acre I. this co r S bedroom 110 w. Walnut M B. na. 608 EASTON .
house. with I.". Florida room- Ownorn Juit rldu.odII.. Pttrcof
n..I, palnud Inside and out- this I bedroom hoo. hosted DESIGNED FOR
MU 8-4662 LMLAUI Quirk poueulon Prior reduce 0 n55OO i Dr lot near echool HAPPY LIVING 3 larce bod roo..... aparloiu heistsroom NOW ASSOCIATED WITH
B. Orance It. for QUICK BALE-RO-10SO. sod ehopplni. Built la II..... andvrn with fireplace. den or Pla
"'.lop at the Blin. of Uie 0.," Parquet Iloora fenced CONDOMINIUMAPARTMENT room, enclosed breeetway, Ia...
rrar ,..d. In paeloui 1 bedroom I tile bethi. lichen.. ....,.t. daolne room, a BERT RODGERS, REALTOR
KO-loal will
SO EASY TO OWN lbs email lamllr. apptaJM mini "room paneled Florida cur ..... with full alllo ...,....
room, brick fireplace. In IKIni cautlful lot. Top location. Drop
This aautlulde S bedroom horn room Built-in OB ranie 0..... lip and bro' M around call Juk ,handling, the solo of grovei acreage and Induilriol

RETIREMENTSPECIAL too be rour. Wall-to-wall carpe Call Pat Brown 883-1444 Uhwaiher dupoeal bresklsuib.r.cntrsltpbs.tudssid leton MU 5.5475. RN-7ei hIss. Mr Suk ,hoi been 0 Polk County builnettmon

PLAY GOLF? I.air. conditioner roraer lot, -erreened elncle rarporOood patione ,Illoned, oak floore throuihout stron. 217 WINDSOR for 21) year and U eminently qualified. to atiitt you

Lar. trotter CB .banI psrportsed eltrui and landiiraplna PHd LEONARD RABIN doubts carport, Owner transferred. 8Blovele JOHN J. BRENNAN In your real solute Inviitmcnti
skittle room. I'll"' lot, I 'Colt Committment Bee HN-lie must eell Drive br I8J Button A apartment for 5.15.Beseiitutly .
t..... 0500 Seed .00011110. 11.00. Realtor IMLA Drive, then call for appolnunen decorated and In' Ro.lto LMLA 8Rft.410
110-1100. YOIt CAM BTBP ACROftS THfBrftEXT Call (IH9-.loc iludee carpetlnc and A Mien Hurno In )lie CIIII.CLAUil'IIiD Phone 686-2711 106 N. T nn. Ave.
AND TTB. OPP PROM 824 BONNIE DR. 10JII I. Unu BireH anic and oven '.,'1..'
CAN BUT IT loP PRACTICAL'LV ItTMtlvo I bedroom I bath Realtor iparunent le ....talr. oa DiSPLAY
I Bedroom CB houee wtta loin NOTHINO DOWN. RN-HII4 home, oaK floore birch rablnetaB MU 1.318. lIT B. Pta, AV.. 0' the bulldlnt, aul.t. .
of ..t,.. Florida room carpet, : B bulll-ln.. Carport Oood ellru eitlul, and verit pleaiant. Threipo .
01".... OK clove Buc'llcnt eoi- HOME PH. MU 2-5601 and landwaplni. NEAR .. th..t u,... Lane llvlnt "room I
Hit ion mode and out DittO IU- J r Hlih oood financing OwneDeTTEitMlNED LAKEFRONTsed tie bedrooms, beautiful tile bath
000. RO-107S. TO BELL'. BNwe with built-in ..nltir, pientconvenient oftiutsen ,
seer InIhla wiUt' SOItsults' storI00
ONLY $700 DOWN" .utlllll .u........ built OC.I. COME AGAIN bob Conesitisst' porhins. This 1 1I.
.lewlr' red ooraU4 CB houee. S ROY? SIlllE PHONE blot k home. Three larie bed I. 11.ln. .t .its IInoot, S roil op.ilOrtonlir _
bedroome. built-in ....... laree llv.ni Omer B. MU 6-2454 room.. with an optional fourth for rou 10 "0'. Iota
room. dims artit carport Maphls bedroom two tile bathe con .RtVB BT THBrlrl TOP LOTA1ON faelllUea. Onlr ose I
tiUlltr room. Kathleen .,... Larry Heath MU 2.8500 enlent modern kitchen paneled THREE BNDKOOMB lock to Soiithial. but locale
321: S. FLA AVB. PH. SS6-3U3 1I.ln. room with ilrmlaoe and TWO BATHH In on. of our flneet reildentla
OFFICE MU 2-614 ..0..." dID I". room. uuua doom NEM in POP HOMI00--0N5 YOU. OF .,.... The owner la movlni from
602 WEST HANCOCK noon .nte a epa4.lou .....nod Lakeland. The price le below seek
3 Bodooa.. 15(4 0' 01_". ..504rot. pstio ,""elni the lake utllllr MO YOUNO PLACB ONLY A..., emell monthly rharaoovera .,
allies 'oom. i.eriororcer root IDol ",'elni room with '14.HOC-RN.1III7. ...malntona. .nd tn.u..nn. .-
lot. lire n.l.hbohood. Only Si.boo. ..- HAUGER REALTY "hoaer All Idle on almoet an Ifta. BYLVKaTEft LOW SO a-. Oboe RD. a call mOunt ItO-
P01003.io. OPEN TODAY Sore 01 eroustd 9riiiss bob.to. .. UN-BUI 1070 sod 1 will be h.oo, 10 Cs.p1511 .
Realtor LMLA t .Porll.... valuation OntO l3a PALKNCIA PLACB-SIT.BOO. sIp fuVI.r diaalle Sodmlow
eDna Boot, lie B, 0 osnis HI .28000 with sero,,U"t Run555. RO-10ftV this line opportunity to rou
"Stop at u>. Biaa of ... 0.1" .. W. will be proud to chow ARIZONA HIlLS JUST OUT- ThIS la another i
BOGER TERRACE'South rue thIs Lohs 11oo. lalloIonl awe-RNT41U
> HONNIK: LOW '_EL.: 10.02175NY 1
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homeJOHN I'
Builders Models REALTOR MU ....811

1401 B Florid.
MU '- m or S-40VI loll I. Pl.. ."

OUter 716 hlih WILSON achoot and AVE.colleie NEW HOMES For Sale ROY SIlll[ !

3 bedroom (Curt. home. Lane
Ibid room eeparaM din In. DELUXE, MULTI-BATH
room modern electric kitchen OPEN HOUSE REALTOR LMIA3il
tUG bath lar. talotuleporch NOW a. PI/ORIDA AVB: fiND n f FAST
central heatln and air HOMES IN BRICK AND YOU CAN HAVE PHONE) : eitt-3141
ondltlon i,.letn. Borne furniture I WINSTON HEIGHTS COMPLETELY FINISHED
M IT' br l>r. oood ternu BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO ONE OF THE MOST

Con..t.T. MAFUORIB ROAD- tOO In the Want Ads! Home
BOTH SOUTHWEST ADMIRED HOMESIN Nir. little 1 bedroom borne, par- 'I
L. BRYANTEAGER TODAY U.II, furnlkhed, with elova andIrlieralor. car, business or lost dog INSIDE AND OUT .. -

Mel boOeD107th SCHOOLS AND ,. on Sued lot In nleelehborhood . Classified ads fill
.Iuuseutslllr I
Boutb 0150145 rw .1804 LAKELAND 1100''''. your needs. Look in the

SOUTHGATE SHOPPING H 0 m e a from $12,500 to Coil Karl Traneue at MU ..'IIIHI classified section now! CONCRITI toLOCKiCONSTRUCTION

3 bedroom 2 bath central 14000. Monthly payments with T R. Tucker. Jr. Real...,.
from $68 per month plus MU "7113.
TO GO heat and air conditioning
and Insurance.
MEL RUDYLMLA carpets drapes built in "CiAsslPitO DIsPLAy I CLAU'I"IIDDIiPIAVOPEN :

IN BUSINESS? REALTOR landscaping.See range, corner. lot complete DRIVE OUT TODAY .

Wt on Morl.1 1I1.d. peso sew
See the "Business Oppor- hl.h ur000l t.k. Dtsi't lurk to All TheChanges
WInston Hrttie Kiussbrrrr
tunities" ads In today's 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. This Terrific ValueS Hum. .I.n) 2:00 to 5:30 P.M. TODAY No Money
dial 686-4107 time
paper for the best buys 1621 NEWPORTIf
: bedroom dream house

_CI.AObi PC I 0 DIOPLAY ICl.Ab$0 OIOPLAY ,. carpets, drapes. two 11'xM' MEL RUDYLMLA you de.... a distinctive/ homo In a choice touthtlda Down!

bedrooms screened porch. Oreo you thould! tet thl. 4 bedroom, corpetod, air
You Want!
landscaped. REALTOR conditioned. horn In Phillip Manor ._' .
Located at corner of Polk Jut off Nor Jereey Rood } blocki
1527 E. Memorial
& Carlton. Lakeland. Blvd. South .f Berfow Rood
dial 686-4107 any time V.


----- Thousands tell it's "the most house
LUXURIOUS W4nRfRONT ArTS.I 1 PHONI 611-2171 or '''.2251

B J I.dm.rne. I. 1\10.\ J ..... FOR SALE "
IXCLUSI' PIA11JIUCOMPLITI OR TRADE for the money in Florida. If you don'talready

alCalATIOH CINTIICON.DONINRIU MU 2-0621 ""e ...... Three bedroom CB. I I
,.Ih. Built In elertrlo kitchen' own a lot, we can help you
I R.'n. I'll den v/ella. Pouted PUBLIC AUCTIONTWO
11oo4 ... T.... Pu, T. See.v Apodsoot 'I'ond.
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.0101 50,034 AND S4J PlO 1140. PHONE MU 6-7752 find one in almost any section of the

___ dos. lm3tS... be SoTOsO 01 (....
Op0. lsilp ... (4.45,5 I' ....... .... CHOOSE YOURNEW CLASSIFIeD DISPLAY ON SAME DAY FEB. 24th city or county!

1400 W. Loll 001(0 05.
7... ... .4 M..d4 ......''UL 0145 _ EMPLOYERIn 10:00: A.M. SHARP
.... Larry Meadows
'0.. aoo esicilol _,f I.
... today'a "Help Wanted" I..dl. Mgr. Lakeland Division
5.9. M Ssm At 1005 South Mitiiliipp! AVID kooutlful rwa tad.room -
Turn back
C.I914l0 to Clasil- ]
hem*. Nicely) rodocororod lucid ond out. Will
C.sd..m fied now for hundreds of I furnace and sip conditioner. A lorfo prop of rear
Amebse 55050 WeDwOm.C A600S91D5eos.
U .* bp IUt.. 0. 0.... esl job opportunities) II .f l.rga beautifully londtccped lot. In order to opprc
CLAIIII'IIiD DiPLA"" clot Ihit lovely' horn It theuld b. ..... ..f... dote

of auction ..1..



STATELYELEGANCE At 611 fact Ch..,.. $5...,. This Ic ,In fina ...1110....

hood. A two bedroom horn and rwa email cott....

at rio af property." Including In the basso o larg

.11 kcofer and air conditioner. On car'f.1. and

..,port. All furnliklngi In all Oh... unite' will bo

oHcrcd at *) lot figur only ta p..h.... ., SkIs aroprty. .
Investigate this 2 story For financing/ contact this *"... be lor. solo

brick horn with uipcrb dot for either property ar akana 616-0121 OPEN

grounds and enormous oak HOUSI FIB. 23rd '..M.II .

ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING, MONDAY, FEB. 17, 7:30 P.M. treSs. Full and dining room,
room sun room
CADET RESTAURANT with, fireplace. Thr. bedrooms I BUYER TO PAY 20% DEPOSIT

and both upitalri II I SALE DAY I
MEN) tr WOMEN. POedlSlS .f ,...10.1 sips14ioo. c.. .Ieirn the root "tete bsni.ROSS. and additional, both down.

Our cou... I. ..11..4 to 'HC. 'OU how te .p.s. ,... soon ......h..io.. sed stairs. Double garag with SEE THE MODELSIn

...rt hi 'u.I..... 'S 700P IVISe .ftk.r loll .. .popS .i..... Ypo dem'P h... t. .1.. II' laundry room. Tremendous

0.u. prouml lob. Di...... asSes ...... the rich .party./tl./ Is tho cool utah ,... value at $19,500) Call COL. JOS. F. SEDMERAAUCTIONEER Tampa In Lakeland

foosism. AHid S Pill sr5.oi.rtae..I' 1 Fob. I?. 7:30 P.M. Carmen Easterling MU BLVD.
Coded S.st..eos 0. 04. .bloOion: 1ce0 R':4. School :. Rool i .t. ,w- ;;I:: ': 8-2868 with T R, Tucker REALTOR LIQUIDATOR 4010 E. Hillsboro Ave.MEMORIAL I

La.-IO' North T.........., Lab..4.. 15.1111.. Jr Realtor. MU 67173. PHONI 626-JI9I (Oppoilt PHONE*MU McOonaldi-2400)

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