Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00067
 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 17, 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: UF00079940:00067
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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Tartly cloudy and mild FINAL I



I! r ft S L .:.S. / ,? I 'Beatlemania'-What's\ \ AObut' ? I I

M '
Nib \J.rk (Tune* lanly attired, liverpuddllanly whom view The Be practically every standard
NEW YORK-Friday, when accented, guitar-playing, drum- somewhat cynically, arellke.! explanation In the book has
They depart theM short and beating "little boya" from ly to say that the craze sprang -..-. been offered by psychologistsand !\
i II before They return at prom lied across the water come here from the high-powered promotion psychiatrists for the Beat-
ill { (threatened?) from Their and attract the immense that the performers re- tie fad The Beatles, these
( native England-mlndi across amount of attention they did ceived before their arrival and analyses say serve as symbols -
the land will be left wonderingwhat by stomping and hollering out throughout their stay here. of:
It was all about songs In a musical idion that Social scientists agree with Adolescent revolt against
They-The Beatles, of course la distinctly American? both views but note that no parental authority;
( and It-"Beitlemanla"came Ask a typical Beatle fan- matter how effective the promotion Status that comes from
d p here, were seen and female, early teens-and she of The Beatles may belonging to a group (of other
heard by, and conquered millions will say It is because: have been, the public responseto Beatlemanlacs):
of Americana large and "They're so keeooot." them was real and deserves -sex, both from the supposed
small, and people want to Or because: a deeper probe for Its origins erotic nature of The
a+,t I3 e know how. "They're different I They're within the needs and attitudesof Beatles' music and the way
How, they are asking could just so different! the "Beatlemaniac" himself they perform it and from the
2 four mop-headed, neoEdwardWhat's Adults, some but not all of (Turn to Page 2, Column I)

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Judge Overrules Motion \ I

That Ruby Be AcquittedCyprus I


Row Goes

This? Snow On The DesertIt To U. N. On TrialDALLAS

seldom ...... on Hie Mojo** DoMrt In SoyHior California, but hook. tnowilormdumped UNITED NATIONS, N. y, (AP
) Attorneysfor
01 much .. 4 'liichoi on iKo wade. a...,. None* Curt,,left, ond. Syiy Hill, born of Von (AP-The Cyprus dispute goes IlliMb t
Nays, C.lif. brought .10.., their slid on a weekend. trig ft ri>. .....". Tho,'.. Iclurod In front before the U.N. Security Coun- 1 1i Jack Ruby opened his mender -

of ,..h... .... seer village colled LI."., about SO .1, milto. ...".,...t ./ downtown Lot AnStl. cil today as Britain and the i trial today with a motionfor
... (AP Wlre,hoto) United States seek to head off a directed verdict of acquittal
military Intervention by Turkey HI I and Judge Joe B. Brown
and Greece.
promptly overruled It.
New Policy Adopted The council debate, requestedby
The defense Melvin
attorneys -
Britain and Cyprus, was expected
to launch negotiations foran L Belli and Joe Tonahlll, said

international force linked to they based the motion on the

City Says Water Users the U.N. Its purpose would be : : result of a neurological exam

to prevent another general out. ination of Ruby conducted Jan.
break of fighting between the 2930

Greek and"'Turkish Cypriot Ruby Is charged with murder -

Must Power TooBy communities with malice In the shootingof
Buy The United States and Britain Lee Harvey Oswald, accused -
fear that another serious out- assassin of President
break would prompt Turkey Kennedy.
WILLIAM D. SHILLING ed off by the application of thority to take legal steps to and Greece to send In troops to 'Brain Damage Found
Ledger Staff WriterA the Tampa Electric Co to the keep Tampa Electric out of back up their Cypriot kin. The Tonahill said that the examination .
State Road Department to run Lakeland territory, result could be a war between rr x showed "brain damage
motion to deny water, lines Into several areas served Youkey noted that; Lakeland Turkey and Greece, Eastern .. "Y YFM. .'" -

sewer and fire protection serve by the municipality. makes no money on providingwater anchors of the North Atlantic James.Bowie, assistant district

"' ice to customers outside' the win Aseperate moUojv. servtoe' ,..having on. of Treaty Orcaoi'ation attorney, objected there
municipal limits buying electric Scene Of Jack TrialThis
como.ikuion acreed that City the lowest rites In Floralt"ie Archbishop Mikarlos, Greek Ruby's was "no procedure" for this.
power from.a. private Attorney J. Hardm Peterson said that the $1 per month Cyprior president of Cyprus, la overruling the motion for
utility firm was approved today Jr. should be granted sacExpansion- boradcast an appeal to Turkish li Mi* curtnwm of Judge Fronk Wlhen where lelection of (furors mass fodey for the acquittal, the judge said "that
by the city commission. (Turn to Page 2, Column 3) and Greek Cypriots for restraint murder Hoi .f Jock Ruby. killer of ,..,Id..t Kennedy's occuied ......1... Dlirrlct Judge Joe B.I la a matter for the jury to decide

Commissioners Lois Sear f!.... .. .. -. But Makarios warned raw* will '...1.... Judge Wilton's courtroom will .leer more than 200 oenoiti, while Judge Brown's ,"
and James West cut dissent- that his governmentmeaningthe tiny courtroom ...,. only, t2. AP Wlrephore' ) The defense also offered two
ing votesMrs. .
Searl said that she be- Seen Greek Cypriota would motions on grounds of double
"not give In to threats, pressure -
lieved that the governing body jeopardy and res JudlcaUthat -
I I blackmail.
"was acting like a bunch ofchildren" "We shall fight courageously is, the question alreadyhad
been adjudicated. These
In considering the For Air Florida and resolutely against the designs -
apparently were baaed on testimony
action recommended by City or attacks on our island," Viet Nam Kills
Bombing introduced In a bond
Manager Robert V. Youkey. B he said. Since the communal
"It sounds ridiculous," she Mayor Harold Grizzard said will be stationed I In and serviced fighting during I Christmas hearing and In a hearing on a
said "I think that we are out of Lakeland. motion to transfer the trial to
today that Air Florida is there has been virtually no governmental -
In not competing (on "I talked with another city.
wrong representatives cooperation betweenthe
additional 80
rates) with other utility "bringing sn from Air Florida," the Greek Cypriot majority and I Judge Brown, asked about
firms," people to Lakeland mayor said" They Intend to the Turkish Cypriot minority 3 Americans 51 WoundedSAIGON 'double jeopardy motion, said,
The firm helicopter "I don't know. There Is no
operates a provision
Rat 'Out Of Line bring about 80 new people to U.S. Undersecretary of State
service at Drone Field, Lakeland. I think that Mr George W. Ball returned to for it In Texas law. Of
Commissioner West said that and it requested that the Youkey (City Manager Rob Washington Sunday night after South Viet Nam munlst/ Viet Cong On Feb 9, 'were the work of a highly skilled course, they're basing all their

he believed the municipality municipality provide additional ert V. Youkey) should be authorized failing to persuade Makarios to ([AP-South) Vietnamese police two bombs exploded under the terrorist teamWitnesses motions on this psychiatric re
should Investigate and find out to negotiate details accept a U.British proposalfor held a wounded ricksha driver bleachers of a Softball field near saw at least two port."
why Lakeland did not have hangar space at Drane for its for additional hangar space." a 10,000-man peacekeeping today as a prime suspect in the Saigon Airport, killing two U.S. terrorists They said one shot the Attorneys, Ruby Huddle
competitive rates if such operation Air Florida reportedly has force supplied by NATO nations -bombing of a U.S. movie theater military policeman at close
were the case Mayor Grizzard did not go Its operation center locatedon The archbishop said he enlisted men and Injuring 23 oth- range. Another hurried into the The defense attorneys hud
Mayor Harold Grizzard said Into detail about possible ex the east coast. It presently would only accept s force approved Three Americans were killed er Americans theater with a canvas satchel!died closely with Ruby, leaningover
the has a low and 51 Americans including Although police declined to A third man or woman him as he sat at a tablein
that city very pansion programs of Air Flor- maintains a limited helicopter by the U.N. and madeup '
residential rate, but that its service at Drane Field of British Commonwealth women and children were discuss the ricksha boy's suspected may have been Involved the area reserved for attorneys -

commercial rate Is "out of ida.City hall sources, however, The.company has declinedto nations wounded Sunday in the latest role in the bombing, the A US military spokesman .
line" Indicated that Air Florida is comment on Its plans for Ball, who won acceptance of anti-American violence in Sal shooting and blast apparently (Turn to Page 2, Column 2) : Ruby, wearing a dark suit
Commissioner R. H. Gibson, gon. Nine Vietnamese also were with a brown shirt, looked pale
planning to make Drane Field future expansion. A spokesman the NATO force from Greece
who voted for the motion by the center of its operations, said that any announce- and Turkey, described Cyprusas njured and his expression was grave.
One of the dead mill Weekend The historic trial began for-
Commissioner W. Y. Wooten, and that 25 to 30 helicopters ment would be "premature." a "very critical problem was a During
instructed Utility Director Dan tary policeman who was shot mally at 9:04: a.m. (CST).
McIntosh to bring a competitive while standing guard outside The courtroom was completely
rate schedule to the governing the theater Another was a Ma- 37 Die In WrecksOn filled ".
body at its next meet rine Corps captain who was A panel of 900 jury candidates
crushed under falling debris as nearly double the nor
ing.Gibson said that the commission he ran Inside to warn the the- mal number-was called in order
la responsible for the ater's 500 patrons I State HighwaysBy to qualify 12 as unprejudiced
city having some electric The body of the third Amerl! .
power rates that are not com can was so badly mangled Identification Ruby, 52, a nightclub opera
petitive.. was delayed THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt gie Williams Motter 63, all of tor, shot Oswald Nov. 24, two
He said that McIntosh m The U.S. command In South least 37 persons died In au- Panama City. days after the President was
3963 had reported that Lake- Viet Nam ordered security tomobile accidents in Florida Sarah Bevel, the fourth woman killed In Dallas and Oswald was
land's residential rate was measures tightened to protect during the weekend, including In the car, managed to charged with murdering him.
low, and the commercial rate American personnel In the cap- seven in one fiery crash reach safety The bodies were There was an exchange be-
high in comparison with the ital from terrorism by the Com In most Instances, the weather -recovered In the car tween Belli and Judge Brown

Tampa Electric Co.Youkey' was good and highway patrolmen Kevin McKerlie, 2, was fatally over the fact that spectatorsare
recommendationto could find no reason for the being searched for weaponsand
United Fund injured when struck by a car in
the commission was touch- bloody weekend. Fort Lauderdale late Sunday I that such a procedure
To Drive "People In a hurry" to get I Clarence Reglnal Klnsler, 20, might come to the attention of
somewhere, I suppose, one
of Tavares and Edward Franklin

br (Turn to Page 2. Column 7)
With BreakfastThe Joseph, 45, of Miami, were
carelessness I ,
INSIDE TODAY guess killed In a collision four miles
said another r
west of Waukeenah, In Jefferson
United Fund's official
The weather was clear when
Commerce and Industry "kick- automobiles collided about County
off breakfast" for the 1964 Lillie Johnson of Perry and
PageAmusements campaign is scheduled for 7:30 3am. Sunday on a straight Richard Thomas Smith, 62, of y
stretch of highway 5.7 miles east
12 Mayo, were killed Saturday
sm. tomorrow at Morrison'sCafeteria
of Ashton on state road 15 In Orange
Bridge .. 16 1 according to Cam Four were night near Perry.
County. persons Jack 32 and Milton Davis .
paign Chairman Jerard A. Hill ,
Business News 11 burned to death In one car and
Kent 50, both of Miami, were
Comics ..... 12-13 Invited to attend the dutch three died in the other. killed In a headon collision/ in
Classified .... 14-15 treat breakfast are key men They were Louis Stokes, 15; south Dada County
Crossword Puzzle 13 of firms listed in the Fund Evonne Prather Woods, 18; I Mary Mansell, 56, and Guo-

Deaths .......... 2 r.dForeign Commerce and Industry Unit, Rosa Lee Prather of 13,St and Cloud Sammy dalpe Maron, 25, both of Fort
Hyder, 15, all ;
....... 13 Kent IBid.Campaign. Myers, were killed 42 miles
Dear Abby James Mescaros, 22 and Francis
officials will ex north of Bonita Springs
EditorialsFulton ......... .". 4 plain plans for attaining the Davis Ainsworth, 19, both of Orlando William Floyd Shaffer, 21, of

Lewis Jr. .". 5 goal of $231,000, hich is 12 and Richard A Mankins, Saufley Field I I ; David Henry

Horoscope ................ 12 Visitors per cent above last year's total 18, of Tart Joiner, 20,. and own\gn Lee 1JACK
Radio TV .............. 13 and outline some of the Three women returning to Defun-Panama Morris, J9.Jx>tJi'of: ijiBmment,

Sports ............."..10.11 George Smferd, right, Lakeland city planner ..,toi... the function! of bn office to Sero events month-long to be conducted campaign.duringthe Materials lak Springs City from drowned church when at the died In as-acsidenfaf McDavid,

Weather ..............."... 5 feasts Turkmen. loft, of Turkey sad. Modhor Rimol', confer, .f Nepal.' Tko two visitor ore difrrlcf to be used In the drive car in which they were riding In Frank Escamtya Agtiifliehl County., 28, of Cincinnati ,...

Women'i ............." 7E administrators' In their countries; ond ore on o U. S.-oemorod fear of America crfioi to will be displayed. Kent said plunged Into a creek Dead were 4uUed KfJ"
observe see function of "'. U. municipal. form .f ...,,_.. The visitors. will be In Lehe- and the new United Fund Bess Maness Brady, 61; Mrs Ohirfv ya!:; .

.lend for two weeks. observing eN photos .f the city government.. (Ledger Photo By Perkins, ) movie will be shown Cecil Pulley Allen, 68, and Mag, (Turn to PagV 2. Column" 4)


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2 _LAICELAND LEDGER Monday, Feb. IT 1014 _"",, ,"r< ''I1IW ....,. h'" .'...

City Votes <1j,; .""" 'fr 'r '" (, 1 Judge Rejects Move

\, 1 :'f .

I New Policy :, '
: :

I On Power"outside" For Ruby Acquittal

.. Ruby's triaL It appears now
; will develop into a battle ol
I Ftyj1J rp l J '(M flrP ('lat"M1 : psychiatrist

His defense will pivot on *

claim of Insanity
temporary '
fire service chargeIs prospective Jurors. Belli declared -the assertion that ha became unhinged : :

only about half the monthlycost : with grief by the deathof i
to residents of the city "An excess of protection or the President

I '1 don't see how we can go o v S zealous protection will His chief defense counsel

Into any policy like this." Mrs. make prospective Jurors more Melvin Mouron Belli, of San !

Searl said "Shouldn we go aware of the atomosphere on Francisco In an Informal talk
back and study our rates to Dallas" with reporters Sunday night .

I see why we aren't competing?" Jurors Won't Know spoke Of "psychomotor epilep. \
Mayor Grizzard said that I
sy" "psychic shock"
Lakeland has one of the low. "Mr. Belli." Judge Brown replied -" ." He pictured Ruby andtrauma. j ja
est Industrial rates In Floridafor "the prospective Jurors victim of psychomotor
electric will never know It.
entering I was sy, subject to blackouts, which

Asked searched Everyone by a deputy sheriff could be touched off by rage,

Mrs Searl said that the Industrial Both the Judge and Belli received -shock or a powerful emotionHe .
said he did
rate may be low but a number of telegramsand not know

that the commercial rate needed letters before the proceedIngs whether he would put Ruby on I
consideration to the witness atand, but he said I II
some atarted A telegram '
'These are our people," she Brown called Ruby's shooting of I "If he's ort the stand a longtime
Ei you'll see a definite dls
said "They live here We Oswald a "coldblooded murder
function. This guy If you kwp
should to accommodatetheir "
try .
him there, on the stand
business to our business." The defense motion for acquittal or In
jail much longer you won't haw '
Youkey said that he agreed was based on the resultsof
I to take him any place to shnw
that "if we are not compel! SHRINE PRESIDENT INSTALLED-G."t Finch Mr, ".. ,...I."t. tf Hit LthtltnJ. Shrln a psychiatric examination of he's wacky."

tive, and we are not we should Club, looks en OB euloln|-prtudW. George M. Pouts, right, IB congrervlotto' tan hit ,oor'a w..k Ruby, ordered by the state, and I The state contends Ruby was

Receives State Award take the necessary steps" to by Sruort Lens, Potentate from Tempo. "ch.1I ,...."". a plaque .t new ,...loI."t entl Pent conducted by three psychlatrlsts evidence --completely sane when he shot

become so, I wet ff>tn one .. past ,...leI."t or ctremoniet Saturday. night .t the Ltktltn. Y e < h f Club. The neurological Oswald. Homicide Police Capt
Mrs Searl said that the In the report
L.k.l.nd City Commliutntr Mn. loll Soar! sculpts trore (Ledger Photo By Hutchison) contained Will Fritz and officer James R

Sertomo Club ..s."" .. to Mankind". award from Rich... S. Wtllt, Tampa Electric Co. would not _. _,. __.. __._.__ .H. .. .. ... __ .._. was locked up In the custody of Leavell-who was handcuffed
be In a position to seek to encroach
,,..I."t of Hie Ltktland S........ Club. The award, prtitnt.d the court. to Oswald when Ruby shot him
.t this ...o."J".'* city commission .....tl"., was mode. to Mn. all municipal on rates territoryIf were 37 Die In Auto WrecksOn The Beatles There about have the been contents.conflicting One -have testified that Ruin

Seerl for tier tervlctt to Hi* Chlldrtn't Rthebilltotlon Roitch.Mrt. competitive reports showed no looked calm at that moment

Seerl. will reertttitl Fltrldo In th. orgenliorlaii', .tlo..1 She said that she believed a Florida's Highwaysmiles Leave FolksWondering brain was that damage the report the other that It Ruby shot Oswald at close

Service t. Mankind competition. (Ltdgtr Photo by Ptrklni)! study was needed by an Independent did disclose organic brain I range with a snub-nosed, 38-cni
ben Nov J4
rate specialist commenting rick Air Force Base, was killed lamage.

Mrs. Searl Receives : .- in a two-car collision 5.5 mile Thm- ..Imll. ttnrtlna: in a courtroom Unusual Elements
"Our economy Is based on west of Cocoa Friday. directly across the street Two unusual elements hang

Industry (and business) We Joseph Lee Green, a three- from the building where the assassin darkly over this case.

aren't going to progress at all year-old boy crawled Into lurked and then fired at One Is the speculation that
south of Lake City on state a carat J'rl);, ; 'P4'6 04;

State Service Award without Industry. I'road 247 and James Worner Winter Garden, sat on the Kennedy. Kennedy's death was the result
Clly Must Compete I' I starter, was thrown out of the Near Death Scene of a monstrous conspiracy, and
Brock, 51, was killed at Belle vehicle and fatally Injured. appeal they seem to have to that Ruby killed Oswald n.
Commissioner Lois Searl today directors and West said that the municipality
guided the ranch
Glade when Indicate
struck Defense lawyers
by a train. Other accidents killed Willie the "mother Instinct; "keep him from talking. No
received the "service to through the organizational has three services to A bit-and.run driver killed Roy Reddlck 37 In Dade Coun Success by persons who they will try to go Into the clrcumstancei evidence has appeared to support .
mankind award' from Ser- sell electric
stages until Its permanent es power Debra D. Hughes. 12, of Pompano are seen as fellow teenagers of the presldent'I'murder. this On the contrary, In .i
toma International for the age and water and fire ty.Michael
State of Florida tablishment.For protection Beach, Sunday night and Allen McGee, 21, of (although none of The Beetle as an integral part of series of ghostwritten article

the past several "We must be In John F. Occhlnerl, 67, was killed the Naval Air Station in Jack is under 21 years of age) andas the case for Ruby. under Ruby's name, the accused
years competitive
The presentation was madeat Mrs Searl, still a board mem each area" West said "We Friday night In an accident at a;sonvllle, was killed four miles "underdogs" who came But Henry M. Wade, Dallas man said:
the commission meeting south of from the side of the County district attorney, says "No knew I
ber, has given her time Intersection Orange Park Friday wrong one was going u
as must expand our services and
this morning by Richard S. volunteer executive director be Let's not cutoff Joseph Theodore Davis, 80 night and Emory Lee Scar tracks and have made good; Oswald's guilt or innocence is shoot Oswald-not even me. No
Wells president of the Lnke as the Children's Rehabilita. our noses"We was killed in a two-car accidentat brough, 37 of Sarasota was kill -The frenetically felt urgen. immaterial in Ruby's trial one helped me or gave me access '

land Sertoma Club. tion Ranch hat provided are in the business of Zephyrhllls, where he lived. ed In Sarasota County Friday cy for having a good time and The key phrase in the indict I didn't do It intentional.
Wells said that Mrs. Searl night living life fast In an uncertain ment of Ruby charges he ly I didn even know I had
than 4,500
more andphysical
had been selected for the speech selling our services and we Two Car Wreck William Weaver Phelps 83, of world plagued with mortal "..did then and there with mal. done It."
therapy treatmentsand should continue
trying to sell
award In competition with has discharged 67 as them." Allen Augustus McKinney 69. Jacksonville, was fatally Injured dangers ice aforethought kill Lee Har- The other Is Belli's contentionthat

candidates from throughout "prepared to maintain themselves Commissioner W. J. Peterson was killed six miles south of Friday and Charles Henry Shaff All Correct vey Oswald" by shooting him Dallas is so saturated with

the state Her award was as completely as possible said that the Tampa Electric Monticello and Jack Burns, 37 stall, 75, was killed near Delandin ,with a gun. prejudice and feelings of guilt
based on her services to theChildren's of Thomasvllle Any or all of those explanations This Is equivalent to a chargeof
vocationally socially and Co. has contacted Ga, was fatally a truck-car collision. that Ruby cannot get a fair trl
customers of Beatlemania be
I I Rehabilitation emotionally." The ranch caseload of ours The question is injured 2.9 miles north of Craw Richard C. Donaldson, 23, of may murder in the first degree in al here. He says people In Dallas -
less In
more or correct the maximum -
It carries
Ranch. other states a
fordville late Saturday. Baton La killed In want "sacrifice" to
presently tops 50. can they serve them cheaperthan Rouge, was opinion of a Barnard a purge
young Inthe
-' .- Irvin John Murat 40 of Pat. penalty of execution of
the the
To Represent State Orange County Friday night name city
r we can. .. College sociologist electric chair The minimum .
The club said But she thinks the most Important Last week Bell fought to
president that 3 AmericansDie is two years in prison. have the trial moved to some
Mrs Sear! has been entered Onetime Showman Now answers to the Beatle
Will Demand Death other city. I
a. the Florida Sertoma dis Jewish Vet Chief mania question run much

trict's nominee for the nation. In BlastIn deeper than sex and status Wade says he will demandthe

al "service to mankind Stock Market SensationNEW and believes moreover that death penalty for Ruby Out The Spanish word "tronadd

award" made annually by the Viet Namsaid Wants To Talk the phenomenon could serveas of 25 murder trials, Wade has (meaning thunderstorm) given

International organization. YORK (AP) Billy again," he said "I have been an Ideal subject for a obtained 24 convictions us the word "tornado."

Wells presented the commissioner Rose always was a fast man married four times to three love. proper sociological study of -

with a certificate which To KhrushchevATLANTA with a buck-making it, that ly girl.. I like girls" the dynamics of fads and

read In part -- is His wives were the late comedienne crazes and of social stratification .

"In recognition for display. (AP) Daniel Now, at 64, the onetime boy Fanny Brice, swim lutuartetfters I
Her Renee
teal Heller national star Eleanor and name is Claire
Ing humanitarian Instincts commander wonder of Broadway Is the sensation Holm show-
Imaginative: i leadership and the lone Vietnamese civil of the Jewish War Veterans of the stock market. girl Joyce Matthews Fox. She is an assistant professor

direction leading to the establishment policeman on duly outside the says he has asked for a meetIng The word got around last His second marriage to Miss nard but of !tier sociology researches at have Bar. MRS. LOUISA SKIPPER Mrs. Roberts and Mr

of an outstanding theater was seen pedaling awayon with Soviet Premier Khrushchev week that. since Oct. 13, the Matthews blew up about a year
tiffin her as far abroad In the Mrs. Louisa Elizabeth Skipper, George Gardner of Bushnell.
service the Children's Re. to discuss the status of the and since Rose has
a bicycle shortly before the value of Rose's stock holdings ago, then
past two years ss Belgium, 94 I, died yesterday at her home three sons, John B. Carter lr
habilitation Ranch Polk County attack. 3.5 million Jews in Russia. been batching in the town
had been increasing by nearly
where she has studied the con at 1103 S. Beech Ave She was a of Haines City, Albert M Car
Florida. The MP was killed Heller said in an Interview $9.000 an hour. That meant house, plus luxurious estates on
by a single duct of medical research and native of Panama City, and ter of Lakeland and Lance Cpl
About five Mrs hat he asked for the Island off Connecticut and at
years ago bullet through the neck. At meeting about 14 million. an
the scientists who do it, and came to Lakeland 10 years ago. Lucius I. Carter of the U.S. Ma
Searl was instrumental in get. least three shots were heard. after reading reports of dlsrrim Million Made In 20 MinutesIt Montego Bay, Jamaica British the Congo.Dr. She was a member of the Highland nine Corps, Key West; four sisters
ting her Junior Woman's Clubto Russian Jews Indies.
against West
however indicating the soldier Fox's theory Is essentially Park Baptist Church of Mrs Marlon Yarboroughof
become Interested In the but added: "I have no accusa- was no novelty to Rose A. Rose takes pride In the fact this. The wide
may have got off some shots range of Panama City. Tampa, Mrs. A. L. Stricklandand
needs of Polk County'sphysically Ions to make." the result of a stock split some that he has had 11 careers. lie
appeal that The Beatles have She Is survived
The audience, which included by a brother Miss Mary Jane Thornhill
handicapped he made million
in this order.
a lists them
years ago. had In this country as well James Huggins of Lakeland, and both of Lakeland, and Miss
servicemen civilian officials -
dollars in 20 minutes Songwriter, shorthand expert.
and American The first chemical' process as In England stems from several nieces and nephews. Grace Thornhill of Macon, Ga .
Children Aided dependents Rose is the largest Individual nightclub operator, Broadway their personification of many Funeral services and burial five brothers
ever discovered by man probably Newell Thornhill
was watching "The List of Adrl
She became chairman of a an Messenger Army Ma). William was heating wood to convertIt stockholder phone and Telegraph in American and Tele-the producer(at, New world York's fair last impresario one),- our forms society of duality that exist In will be In Panama City. Arrangements C L. Thornhill, and Roscoe

club committee which con Koch, a patron, said most Into carbon or charcoal. Charcoal here are under the Thornhill. all of Eagle Lake.
New York Central Railroad. art collector, theater owner For example she
explained, direction of .
ducted a countywide survey of the audience ducked under I fuel burning without flame Gentry-Morri- George M. Thornhill of Grove
(two In New York), male and
His in AT&T they are have
long term profits yet son Funeral Home.
to determine the extent of eats or rushed to the front or smoke, has twice the heating land and L. H. Thornhill of Win
columnist real estate feminine
alone are more than JS million operator many characteristics,
the need, was elected chair. when the Marine captain and an power of wood. ter Haven; and nine grandchii
and Stock their
During an Interview In his pa- philanthropist speculator especially floppy hairdos
man of the charter board of ; dren.
usher shouted warnings. RITES FOR MRS. GREEN
also the dual
atial, five-story town house at They play
Seven Americans remained CATTLE AUCTIONS 56 East 93rd St. Rose was In Rose has no Idea how many roles of both adults and Children Funeral services for Mrs Mm Funeral services will be al i

NEW from .f W hospitalized six servicemen a reflective mood. millions hes worth, or how And they appear to be nle Z Green, of 1J37 W 2nd o'clock tomorrow afternoon ai

and a female military employs JACKHONVM (API-Print, .ere "None' of It seems real tome much he spends a year. good boys who neverthelessdress St., who died Thursday, were the Eagle Lake Church of Christ.

Five American children were II Lviuir,,. to tronii t"t week World) *RrrrluU run um.rkrU tmkeu ," he said "The only thing What he does know Is that and pose as bad ones- held Saturday at the Gentry- with Thomas Q Butler minister

THE treated and released. None was .21 ) '., 7 000 wtrk that seems real Is the 30-cent most satisfying of his careers London teddyboys Morrison Funeral Home chapel of the Lake Wire Church of t

seriously Injured irlleiSteer 5tsihtsr, Clia_ piece I have In my pocket." was song writing. lie wrote the Their fancy, Edwardian. with the Rev J. Foy Johnson. Christ Lakeland, officiating. as-

FUTURASUPER I The nine Vietnamese who 12 to *few uo.m too.'n aim<:K>-ijuu ll.:. 19 Ibi BO-JO III BO 75 Is is better to be rich or not words to some 500 tunes and style clothes suggests a sort pastor of the First Assembly ofOod ;listed by Glenn R. Sheumakei

were Injured were ouisldt the >tdurd : 16 lixld BO.1 8 BOHrllem BOO.BOO Ibl II SO.I rich? ,35 are still fairly popular. They of sophistication which, Dr. Church, and the Rev Ernie minister of the Northslde Church

building.U.S. 21 100. itnnd.rd 1C "I think rich Is better but I 'include "It's Only a Paper Fox points out, contrasts fur D. Habecker pastor of the Webster of Christ, Lakeland, and L B
Cowl Utility IJ ill e.
HEARING AID FOR THE Charge d'Affaires David Putt:: .Vlllllr It dont think It's all Important. Moon." "That Old Gang of ther with their 'homespun," Avenue Baptist Church Of- Chastain, minister of the Eagle
('.1... flood Sfio BOO ID. 90 00-S4 00lU"dvV.U".0n2d10l.MO .
commoner style of ficiating. Burial Lake Church of Christ Burial
SEVERELYHARD.OF'.HEARING' 0 Nes scheduled a meeting with One thing Is, however, Important Mine" "More Than You perform.ance. was In Roselawn

Premier Nfiuyen/ Khanh to discuss Oood 90 .ntuniUrd 11 Ibrain.H-JO, 00.. to him at the moment. Know," and "Million Dollar Baby Cemetery. will be In the Eagle Lake Churchof
n0.O3.. The small British cultural Vocal selections Christ
Never helen new security measures for firm Oood 6UO-Boo'lbl 18 BO 31 BOI "I want to get... married :: ... .. __ .. were presented Cemetery. .
/"cb''ur: r the nearly 10.not() Americans In medlomCrOny I 16. 00-1(00. __ expedition Is now resting at .by Miss Elizabeth Johnsonand Frlnri- maw ash!! *r the flit
onre tlylf rel in an flood 4SO-TOO lbs 17 &0.I Miami Beach limp from adulation Miss Judy Gatlln Laughlin F rI-'H; ehaPc'1 i
Saigon I with Miss
extra body worn aid! 30 00. mi-din IS no-ill oo ,
power ('..... Medium' 1480011110 The Beatles undisputed Gatlin at
: Cuts EstImate10f are the piano. Pallbearers at Winter Haven tonight from
Crwp clean styling. easy to Tulle lml.eit<: Oood JSO-SOO lbs Mutual I
put on or remove. New 30 00.24 00, medium 11 BO-JO BOPOULTRY titans of American popular were John Hammock George A. until 9 o'clock.

microphone provide* amiu MONTHIYPESKCONTROt music, a high.yield, low. Lang, B. Stmson W. W. Lang

log clarity clearer tones & EGGS Foreign Fruit Exports security occupation. Their Charlie Bozeman and R. R. A. L. GREENE
FREE OFFER Come In. fame has swept two continents Cloud. PLANT CITY-A. L. Green

phone or write for free 24. By DAVE PRAIT dies citrus market traditiOnal-I and they may yet become 86, of 501 Granfield Ave.. Plat
page" book denerlbing npw.nt (IAPI-li. irkrt. Hlel" 10j Staff Writer ly the United State's the vocal of
Ledger the "
Boltona .null.. aurront .I.M and Drk. PI' I scourge RITES FOR MR. FRIEND City, died yesterday afterno
Hearing AuU :
Hearing GJ......*. 'o.'rd. Not In Honda Citrus Mutual this elgn consumer of citrus. whole free world. Funeral services for at his home He was a native' '
':" w..ht C.rton.r. morning set a new estimate that In the last three years. Call The Beatles and their at. George Kentucky and came to Florid
ants rots '...,JsiIverfisb :..':. 870.on ::, :1 mmMMIum : W' 'foreign producers would export fornla and Florida have lost a tendant frenzy Beatlemania, W. Friend of 602 N. Tennessee In 1913 from Farmers, Ky. Mr

B < me'HIAIlING call "roaches "" 5i o.01 39.3B .44.4moi R10I ..3 5a 8" 'I around three million boxes ol third of Its Canadian markets did not Just happen They held Ave., Saturday who died Friday, were Greene was in the real estate

km In M Moepllolml lor.Mile.Wholr aum. 1.6 unhlii I' oranges In fresh and product for citrus to Spain, Israel and were brought to their present Morrison the Gentry. and mercantile business and
SERVICE T .om Funeral Home
.l prleei I on poultrf Mckedup form this year. South Africa. Robert W. Rut- pre-eminence In latter day with during the war he worked I, I
207 I. L....., St at l.rmi Hull. hetvr, 5 upno the Rev. Whitney J. Dough
ulei mooned hem. O's'O {Hi no This Is down from a September -ledge executive vice president vaudeville by artful contrivance pas- Food Machinery Inc. He was ,
Ph. 6I2.14SO I.IFI hem i-se. lb ., .on'hini : tor of the Wesley Memorial
55, tIs. sib. of your horn. under reported 4 )Ibl .OS, olheri. no sstns estimate of around five million of Mutual said. He said Australia Methodist Church member of the city commissio"

-reported. I Deliver f.nt ; hI"0 driulnlM.nL. boxes according to Herman Is also .starting to export At their present peak The Burial was In Roselawn, officiating. In Plant City when it was fir t

[CLIP THIS COUPON F. Steele, assistant general its citrus produce Beatles face an awful prospect tery Ceme formed
I said that much or
manager of Mutual. Rutledge of demise. They are a Pallbearers Survivors include his wIdowMrs.
were Howard
ow Tuesday I Thus far this season from the frozen orange concentrate craze Anyone at the centerof Greene, Lee J. Nancy Elizabeth Greeneone
2 Hrs. Only 10 A.M. 12 Noon coming Into the U.S. Is not of Laiche Earl
SALE to Feb. 18th September through early Feb- a craze finds that everything Scott David C. Walden. Conrad son, Lawrence P. Green'
I of frozen the same high quality grade of he touches Lakeland Law
ruary 861,000 gallons turns to money Thoenburgle ad one grandson.
Bring tltit coupon and $1.00 plus tax to our stores and you will receive :orange concentrate-represent Florida concentrate: He said "on But since a craze Is a Berry. Alfred E. ence P. Greene Jr., Jackson

both knives, you will save $3.00. The* have been dvertUed on TV. ing 620000 boxes of oranges the spot" Inspections of samples form of Inflation It may pre ville; one granddaughter, Mr

Radio and newspaper for 12.00 each. So clip thin coupon now, |have been imported Into the of the Imported Juice is cede a crash, and the chief MRS. Ronnie T. Butler North M<*d'
I United States and another 420- made at ports but said these thing to be feared Is that it OMEGA CARTER son, Ohio, and one great-grind

Miracli! Edge THIS COUPON 000 boxes of oranges have come measures are Inadequate. will begin to diminish and Mrs Alice Omega (Thornhill)I son

here In fresh form, Steele aald Protest Filed things will be seen Jn their Carter 52, of Bushnell. died Sat- Services will be held tomorrov

Self Sharpening. World'. Moil Ver.al.le Knife AND ,' Countries Listed Steele said the Florida citrus due proportions urday night at the home of her morning at 10 o'clock at th'
Induatry has "filed a very strong Everything that makes a daughter Mn John L. Roberts Haynes Funeral Home in Plan:

Stainless St..?. Fttl*. thredi. alert, trlmt, parr .......,. $1.00S.f.tJ.Crlp I I Steele spoke at a meeting this protest" to the Food and Drug craze novelty, popularity 2035 W Magnolia St.. Lakeland City, with the Rev. Mr. Wyse

.p rr...l, ...1... HUM *r left kiiMtrd. 'morning of Mutual advisory Administration on this matter. excitement, publicity, talk satiric after a long Illness. She was a pastor of the Plant City Firs'

Handle, Will fttlt '* tr dews. committee. I Hr said the FDA has promisedthat attack-must be constantly native of Eagl. Lake and had Methodist Church, officiating

Mot Burn, Break, _.._ _ _ For a Set of I He said most of the fresh every possible step will be renewed Fresh sensations, lived In Lakeland and Bushnell
Crack or Chip ... .o---" .D 2 Knives oranges were sent to the Unit- taken to strengthen the port of new exploits must be contrived for a number of years She had'

ed States from Puerto Rico debarkation Inspection. returned to Lakeland about
Makes A Sac a salt la U.. tile a tom.U trowa nuie Tb.., iu Mexico, Haiti and the Domini. In discussion of the threat to The quartet expects to return months ago. She was a member six Dukes Steen

Wonderful Gift food*, IDeal "". ('ill* rIght UirwiB Hi* Supply II IJmlledIDEALFOR can Republic. Frozen orange 1 Florida these foreign producers in August for a tour that of the Church of Christ.

.boa*. TIle, will b* $4.M Her today Rule I ,concentrate exported here is have created John T. Lesley will more nearly realize the Survivors Include her husband Funeral I Home

Dii lulmrtl.it. r.... LIMIT 3 SETS TO COUPONMcCRORY'S .."r...... Cimplif.tUalif. coming from Mexico, Argentina, general manager of Florida Cit- potential of their vogue, presuming ,John B. Carter Sr.. two daugh-

MAIL OROEK1" Girl British Surinam and a little from us Exchange, Tampa, noted it will last The Beatles

AM tte Rack &ssts. Bay deeuli, South Africa. hat "we are helping to build up are still to reap a bonanza 'THORNTONMEMORfAi. 310 S. Florida

.seal Cash er Rulchert or PeullrrM.rVett I Although citrus Imports Into the world competition." of publicity In this country I

Misty Ordet Corner Main & Kentucky the U.S. are down from previous At the suggestion of Rutledge, Before the end of the HOME
Lakeland estimates Steele noted the industry advisory committee month, three of the biggest national tmu ri. *, Phone MU 2-3123

I the foreign producers have displaced passed a motion to protest magazines will display )01111 '.il"

some of Florida's and,these donations of knowhow and them on their covers with long ........ .. ,

. California's share of the Cana j 1 money. I supporting stories Inside '...... .......,.",. .... I ambulance service

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Monday Feb 17, 1M4 J .
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; '

'F Viet Nam ' :1":1"8'' {r \'Pu.b.I ,' 'T.un.'e; ,a, item.per' ,I t.urWHERE \". .: ',_. M-, ",' :I 1._.

War Building .. : : .. .,

To DilemmaBy

Associated Press New. Analyst 0 1964
i American backed war ag'ln.1I. M1.da .
k1 JrratSl
I.. CommunlsU. In South Viet Nam i i+/
I is not only dragging badly but
Red assassins are trying' to terrorize ,
I Americans, Including a EtRTeA IOO'I
women and children far behind
1 the line.. i J1l Groon Stamps

!. This la dilemma building for to PrealderJohnson an angulshed t cry I ridthis, -,.....,........., !

{. In this election year CEPACOL MOUTHWASH
when he wants. to look good I In I4-o. bot. 97e
foreign affairs, the field I In k I ...,_ MM* /... It 1M4e
'MARKETS r 3''
which would.be Republican 8 000000000000000000 S
,, presidential candidates criticize % N
him moat. # 1
Bombs Kill Americans
I e i 50 TREEGroen UUU5bs,1
} In Saigon, the capital, assas
sins' bombs have killed and i Stamps
wounded Americans In bars and ''t riy p re I rid aia, a..IN........_ell !
a baseball stadium American I Pal $tanl! I.u Ststl InJector| Blades
I', homes have been attacked with

grenades. Sunday night the terrorists SHOPPING I "".?'.wN,g.9.c;... a .... Pv1::
reached a peak. IX N
Outside" a movie theater fillet i Oooooooooooooooooo O
4 with about 500 servicemen and IS A PLEASURE! ,.r 4
their families, a U.S. military
policeman was shot to death
Then came the bomb blast. Swift's Premium TastyCorned 5O151j
Two more servicemen were '

killed wounded 51 or Americans injured, Including were Beef ..J I rid as..w/N. ...urcr.oao.. !

women and children and outside ,':d ; LUX LIQUID DETERGENT
the theater a number cVietnamese 2 22.0.. sire $1.WH .
...,... .. ..
were killed or : Plk la IM4 -
wounded.An 59 C t..... ...........,. I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ]
Associated Press dispatch ,lb. '
says recent Vietnamese intelligence -
reports' Indicate top level --
!50mli 50I
Communist terrorist and
areas "
Swift's Premium SmokedBeef V'f
smation squads from North VietNam
started moving Into Sal SWIFT'S PREMIUM PROTEN J1l Green Stamps)
gon Jan 1. The attacks didn'tget I rid! thus MUM*..tvrctioto oh !
going well until this month Tongue TENDER-AGED GOV'T INSPECTED SNOWY DRY BLEACH
Now they are multiplying in 16-ox. pkg. 49c
ferocity BEEF ...,... w...., h.... la ..M'OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Ever since a bunch of South
Vietnamese generals took over lb.49c [
the government In a coup last BONELESS
Nov 1, the course of the war
has been uncertain and dilapl O Vuu FREE lf50I
dated. se?
Swift's Premium
Chaos CompoundedThis J1l Green Stamps
developing chaos was. ROUND STEAK I .I*Silo, couooo mt.........oriSNOW'S !
compounded Jan. 29 when the Sausage CLAM CHOWDER
generals who pulled off the 3 toll cons 87c
Nov. 1 coup were bounced out r::;:, ...,.*. w.... >tk.. It, ISIS ,
In another coup by another OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
bunch of generals led by MaJ 3 . Cen Nguyen Khanh 36.

war.A "dirty Secretary, untidy of disagreeable State De.nRu.k C !50mljr leA: (fO 50
has called It, although New Sizzle Sealed Pure BeefSwift's
, I Johnson has said "we're not / Green stamps!
pulling out" Ib. I rid Ids, _.....*...*.... !
Such a withdrawal would Franks SCHIMMEL STRAWBERRY PRESERVES
wreck American prestige In 3 12-e. |jars $1.
Southeast Asia where over .. ...
many years now this country' rt WklrM, w. / L. ISIS r:::.

has spent American lives and lb. 50c VOOOUOOOOOOOOOOOOO
billions in dollars to save the
area from communism ...,
The American part In this war '
w r I
Is a kind of myth. The United 1 r
States Is not supposed to be directly 1
involved because thai 1
might mean a war with Red
China, which this country, after
In the past three years about
185 Americans have been killed
in Viet Nam-mostly in the DATE-NUT
fighting area but some In Sal CREAM
gon-and about 600 have been TOASTIES
wounded or Injured. In addition,
this country has put over $! billion .
In aid Into South Viet Nam CHEESE ROLL
No wonder the Communists-. 8-oz. pkg. 19c
knowing this country's' reluctance
to get directly Involved
since it might mean war with
China-have taken advantage of BUY
uncertainties 8-0:1.:
the mounting IOC
Their purpose seems obvious C
enough: To embarrass Amerl 29 can

cans will throughout of the South Asia Vietnameseto to weakenthe GET 1 FREE! pkg:

resist by shaking their confidence (limit 2 per customer w/
in Americans and their limit I 4..l '3'.07'.r.51. purchases of $3.00 or moral)
own government: and to create w/purchcut; *
dissension in the United States
over what to do.
Sooner or later Johnson must
make a tremendous decision:
and Just dawdle along Whitehouse Delicious
To stay
while American men and money : 25 > down iiocliicc lane oCrisp frozen foods .
are lost, to take more direct Apple Juice . . . : ;.
action despite the risks: or to Stoulfar FrecaeSliced
F & P Flavor Perfect Florida PascalCELERY I .
get out. 303 Chickcn&Noodlcs":?;." 69

Beets . . . COlI'
Pictiwaat Baby. orFordhook

Bill Would Mrs. Bell's Strawberry u-aa. I, Limas 4 10.r'" : 89 f

Better Lot Preserves . . . . jar 25 Picrtwoot ,,.." frothCauliflower

Cubans Creamtttes Popular . . 4 ],i".. $1.
Of 7-oi.: I II

Macaroni . . . . .pk,. 10 per C Plchw..t.h
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. stalk Brusscl Sprouts 4'pks' ; $1.
Philip A. Hart D-Mich., planned Royal Assorted, Vanilla, Chocolate, Butterscotch, .
today to Introduce a bill he sa id Dark & Sweet Chocolate j jPuddings

Cuban Is rolls designed and refugees save to take the off thousands federal the relief government of . . . 4 B. 45< ''lW ,.'-"" -.. -;j.._- [I"J: '

millions of dollars an ripa.kl..e
would allow the
The measure Club Inrkliad
exiles to adjust their Immigralion
status to that of permanent White Bread . 21,:;:., 3lc
residents and take professional REG. 33c SIZE I
now denied them. All Lakeland Stores Open
jobs Swift Oi Smooth ar Crunchy #
In under

visa overstays The waivers refugees" and came are listed as B L U E Peanut Butter . 16-'s. 39c mimiI" iii' at 8:30: A.M.

Hart is chairman of the Senate Armour a Stir c....... Carnal

Refugees which and Escapell has been subs in Beef Hash . . ..J..J.. 39c UDL1A 916 N, Mass. Ave.

vestigatmg committee for three the years Cubans problems C H E E R Armour Stir t 1065 S. Flo. Are.Trees .

'highly"The skilled bulk of and the educated Cubans persons" are . . . 12-:', 47c ;M A R K E T S Grove Park Shopping Center

the senator said "But Southgate Shopping Center
Ar....".i St.r
are goingto

the waste talents licensing because of many laws state keep professional persons .. 33c 19 c Beef Stew . . 2':;:,. 49c rrili0

without permanent status
their skills or
from practicing
professions." kraft'sallpurpose erose beech-nut strained
'There is no doubt this changein limit 1 per customer w/ WE RESERVE sup

status could put thousands cutting the to purchases of $5.00 or more THE RIGHT TO oil sweetener baby foods
work, substantially
$2V4 million monthly the federal Cuban <, LIMIT QUANTITIES ,,.... 49 .:. 69- 10 jon.....11 99

f oameaenHart fading ,


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11 4 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 17, W4 Eycball-To-Oddboll Criticism By PeopleIs

[ LEDGER EDITORIALSThe I : tiH Valuable Asset t

For The President

Worst Florida News LAWRENCE

THE WORST Florida traffic news You know that tomorrow and the WASHINGTON Present the hard
it teaming
of the week-end came from near St. next day and the next and on and Johnson way. He has naturally felt

Cloud. on you will pick up the paper and read the weight of his responslbll-
The toll: seven dead, six of them all ity as world problems have
terrible traffic over
about tragedies borne down on him.
from the of recently
teen-agers ranging age
Florida and over the nation. But h. will discover sooner or
13. The oldest victim was 21. that his recently expressed -
It was a two-car collision. American ingenuity has solved y later concept disparagingthe

The cause: one of the cars veeredto many tough problems, but here is one \ value of criticism 11'filII.

the left side of the highway.The that keeps on going without solution. taken. .
sound like a paradox
time: between midnight and And so you don't know when you It, may but the lever of spontaneous -

daylight.One start out on a trip whether you'll get % : criticism by the people

of the victims was a girl 18 back alive. is the President's most
recently widowed when her husband You don't even have to go on a valuable asset In arguing For the

j was killed In an automobile accidentin long trip to get killed. You can lose v Iw.J /? foreign White House governments.and State Department -

the same area. your life as you drive across the city, cannot express

You read about such wholesale perhaps even only a block from your themselves as a rule exceptin of

tragedy and feel startled anew. Then home or your place of business.No pl diplomacy.the formal What language the members

you wonder anew whether such trag- matter how alertly or defen- of congress say, however DAVID LAWRENCE
edies must go on and on. sively you drive, there!* no complete Is, after all, a reflection speak out on everything from '

You wonder, too, why Polk Countyhas defense against deliberately reckless of public 1 sentiment.the viewsof the U-2 affair to the failureto

one of the worst traffic records In drivers, drivers who are unintentionally Whether minority it portrays of the people take strong action against I
Florida, a record so bad that recently careless and drivers who fall today or a majority tomorrow Castro In Cuba. '

15 additional highway troopers were asleep. and thus foretells future UNDER a totalitarian form

shifted here from other counties to And so as we ride along our smooth &0'cKADEQ policy trends,abroad the heads cannot of of parliament government as, well the national as the

drivers from themselves and streets and splendid highways, we continue governments
help save brush it aside as inconsequen press is suppressed or required *
other drivers. to ride in peril 0 tial. It often affects or influences to take the same view
wr ... counter-policy. as does the head of the gov
President Johnson Is experiencing ernment. But in the United

I The Goal To Sell More Citrus of course, for the States while partisanship Is
: I first time the kind of criticism supposed to "end at the wa
which is hard for any hers edge," criticisms that
THE ABSTRACT semantics now created by the Federal report againstthe chief executive to answer can help to protect the American .

flowing in great volume from the smoking of cigarettes.The of the People when crises of various kinds people against humiliatIng
specialists now taking steps to rvoice are pressing him. Foreign defects in foreign policyare
Florida Citrus Commission may be a such governments, particularly the not suppressed or limitedin
get more citrus sold have no
bit incomprehensible to the average mischief makers in the Krem- any way even by "the wa
problem. They can boost their product ter's edge."

citizen. with fervor because citrus is a deli- The Ledger's Opinion Page Mr. Johnson says that criticism .

The simple aim is to sell all of each cious product and because doctors N tion41afn should be "affirmativeand
citrus crop at the best prices possible.A highly recommend daily use of it for This editorial pogo effort the ,_.,.,. own opinion; ; .. .."''' ef current I........ ta the : constructive." But what
..,...lel c.I".,. It welcomes the opinion. of ....... In the Voice of the f..,1. C.I..... Lotton mvotbo he really is saying Is that
far-reaching transition is taking good health. .11"'. end boor the wrl",', ..d..w, but Mmos will .. withhold, upon roquoit. A hitter should note the turn In comment is obnoxious or unpleasant -
place at citrus headquarters now because This vastly enlarged program the ... 250 word, end Bootry cask be .MO\ The Lodgor rotorvos the right, to rofoct ony lottor er Viet tin are Nam calling in Zanzibar In unless it agrees with

henceforth the crops each sea industry is launching by way of the ..h.rt. H. Opinions of columnitti end ethor contributor .pp.., oliowhore on this 1.a.. Cypress in the Congo In the policy administration.being followed Just the by

son will be getting bigger and bigger Citrus Commission will cost big money. Panama and in Cuba. Mr. opposite the viewpoint Is held by

again, as they were before the devastating But it is necessary to spend this big as we live. We have many Hold Off Johnson In an Informal talk the critics themselves, irrespective -
Visitor southern tourists in the summer Internal Revenue Service
in order to still bigger to of
freeze of December, 1962.It money get party
fresh spokenot
who breathe our officials on Tuesday,
Is Imperative that the citrus industry money and to keep the big crops a Is air and enjoy our sunshine too On LibraryEDITOR so much on tax problemsbut Today the criticism of the
make haste with all possible few years hence from going without Right but as far as I know we impose on things around the world administration's policy l i in
Cuba is that it i is weak and
with scientific thor- enough takers.So no tax on them. that evidently were very muchon
speed to figure EDITOR The disgusted win : Why not give and in the head- irresolute and that it can
his mind
of if the semantics being used by We pay our rent buy our to continuingthe offenses
oughnes every possible means con- ter visitor who wrote about the and gasoline and some thought lines. lead to further by
vincing the consumers out across the the specialists seem to have a bit of groceries library in its presentlywell Castro against the United
shameful behavior of some of pay a tax on them the sameas state for a is dealt with
managed he
period unless
nation that they ought to use more the flavor of a foreign language as far our Lakeland teen-agers and the residents.We of two years allowing for HE SAID: firmly States now. The President
and more citrus. as the average citizen is concerned, remember students on the fair train Is attend a beautiful church all factors to be resolved. The and"All from of these time are to time you has been urged to Impose an

Cigarette manufacturers are havinga that the simple but not easy right.I here but give what I consider. present library Is pleasant and will hear alarmists and people effective economic blockadeon

rough time just now trying with all goal is to sell all the citrus Florida was one of the few adultson a generous each week.I amount. in the offering has cheerful Carter surroundings.The who like to Jump on their Cuba, but he has Ignored I ,

their promotional resourcefulness to produces and at prices that will meana this train taking my children : consider almost every one for parking property lot could purchased government, people who like such He constructive has been urged suggestions.affirmatively .
with the unfavorable situation reasonable profit. to the fair. Parents, you utilized for that to criticize, people who findit
do be
cope very courteous, but I get purpose impossible to be affirmative to speak out against
wouldn't believe quite
your youngsters weary of hearing of people temporarily smoothing the and constructive. the policies of our allies in
would be so destructiveand who for no reason have been surface retaining grade, me- Europe who insist on
. Two Breaks For FSUTWO Insulting. Even the teenagers called Damned Yankee when dium foundation with gravelor They will join and with they some will strengthening the Cuban econ
our opponents
who were behaving were
they drive along the street. I other inexpensive top, until and who give the impression -
of omy
be almost as much a problem
humiliated by the rough ones. .
do agree that all of the tourists final determination of site. A to the world that this
LONG-OVERDUE breaks for mean a financial shot in the arm for Don't these youngsters realize do not deserve respect but cost of half million dollar new as "some of our other country Is being Ignored by

Florida State University at Tallahassee the FSU athletic department. they could cause a derail- I think most of us do. As for library construction is some- enemies.It's rather surprising to hear governments supposed to be
ment of the train with possible me I would never visit Floe thing not to be decided quick-
have come at last. Further, it will bolster the pride of the word "enemies" appliedto its staunchest friends. Some
The stadium is to,be enlarged and the Seminoles and.everybody else at injuries to the people aboard ida again but will continue to ly.Then those members of congress criticism has been voiced on
and they cost the railroad as long as my husband wishesto to, the city Is proposing this perfunctorily by the Slate
the University of Florida has been put FSU that the Seminoles will no longer company money for repairs. come. >or considering a conven- who dent disagree and for them with to the be Presi-lumped Department, but the Presidenthas

down for a football game in the FSU have to keep going down to Gainesville I couldn't blame the Atlantic J. H. R. tion and recreation sitepossibly with our real enemies not spoken up at all.

Seminole domain. In order to tangle with the Coast Line Railroad if theydidn't on accommodate a lake and land facilities acre- abroad. One has only to re- MR. JOHNSON has been

Until now, the Seminoles have had Gators. but If they run do anymore I trust more specials par- age and to complex that would be a call what was being said by repeatedly advised ,by his

to go down to Gainesville to play the The first Seminole-Gator game in ents will go along to controlthe Downtown credit to the city for years to Democrats during another critics to apply the historic
presidential campaign j just policy of the United States
Gators. Tallahassee is scheduled for Nov. 21, young folks. this come. Let The us convention concentrate on four years ago when President known as the Monroe Doctrine
of the State Board of Con- enlargement of the stadium to be com- now. area Eisenhower
By action MOTHER OF FOUR Location is the most important projectof was strivingto which congress by resolution
trol on Thursday, $550,000 has been pleted three weeks before the game. (Three Teen-agers) all. A feasibility survey protect the American people reaffirmed within the

made available to enlarge the FSU There undoubtedly will be a com- EDITOR Why doesn't the from other Florida cities nuclear and detect attack preparations as he per fora his last predecessor few years. accepted Had he and this

stadium to the point where it will be plete sell-out well in advance of the city buy a whole block close- might not be conducive to en mitted U-2 planes to fly advice, Khrushchev and the
Lakeland should
possible to accommodate 40,000 spectators game. In addition to attracting fans They're Tax in downtown and build a beau- couragement.stand on its own resources periodically over the Soviet European governments would

This will Include use of end who are Florida residents, it will draw tiful library on it? and convictions.The Union. not now be aiding Castro and
Why waste money building it The Democratic chairmanof the of the United
zone seats and other bleachers. many from Georgia and Alabama.Not Weary Too picture is before us now government
in location? been
a poor -proof of faith in develop- the Senate Foreign Relations States would not have
Now the Seminoles can move further so many years ago FSU was Committee minced in the
Make something we will be ment by fact of two and more no placed as it Is today
into the big-time, including on their known as Florida State College for EDITOR: In reply to "Tax proud of. Of course taxpayerswill of the greatest retail outlet words in his criticism of the humiliating position of being
Weary's" letter I would like howl. But that should not administration's handling of deprived of a water supply for
schedule for games in Tallahassee Women. Now that the step up to big- establishments in America -
to say that I am a tourist the from what this episode, and a little lateron its naval base at Guantanamo,
keep city doing building right on our EastSide
and better known teams it time football is being made, the transi-
stronger from the North, here for three will be best in the long run. entrance to town. Senator John F. Kennedy which American troops occupy
has not been possible to include thus tion to co-educational status is com- months. We also are tax weary as the Democratic presidentiainominee under specific treaty provis

plete and, to football fans, most gratifying and prabably will be as long R. K. NAME WITHHELD didn't hesitate to ions.
bigger stadium will, of course, .

. A Sheriff 36 Years Washington Is A Nervous CityBy I

POLK COUNTY has a red-hot race which he became a stockholder 44
RALPH McGILL ments" we call them raisedto to Indo-China and order the the United States review their jungles of IndoChlna, that the
for the office of sheriff getting under years ago. Publisher Of The whose dim
men names are fleet as cover. relationships in trade and di war in Viet Nam cannot be
He also has extensive cattle and Atlanta Constitution and accomplishments unre-
Now. in 1964, De Gaulle plomacy. De Gaulle has shaken won save by extending it into
way.In most of Florida's 67 counties timber interests and is 'a past presi- Washington Notes: From the membered. to and the north-where the Communist
moves diplomatic trade the world. True
aircraft I window looks enough,
History 1s with one as the builds industryand
is scramble four dent of the Florida Sheriffs' Associa regime up
there a big every down and thinks how white meter clicks-the Washington association with Red Chinaa we have not yet felt it. But we acceptance. China cabs
years for the office of sheriff. tion.On and serene are the many memorials memorial statues to the great move that Increasingly will will. France would be brought in
Clay County is an exception, JohnP. the first day he was in office of gleaming marble, Frenchmen and Poles who crank up the pace of change. by such an extension.
Hall is completing his 36th succes- he conducted a moonshine raid and reflecting their Greek symmetry helped us In the War for Independence Trade will cause Britain to TEN YEARS ago Francewas Cyprus Cube Africa-none
in their mirroring pools. soldiers I who quit her with of
: economically trouble- truly represents a failure
sive sheriff of of which has been shot at several times but has
year as Clay, The perfection of the Capitol NATO's
helped hold the Union together boycott of strategic being bled white by two wars. U.S. policy. A democracy always
Green Cove Springs is the county never had to kill anybody.He dome is as round and com : reminders of Jefferson and materials and goodsIncludIng Today France is prosperous.The has trouble with policy

seat, and has had little or no opposi- has the distinction of havingno forting as a well-said prayer others. chemical and refinery iron and coal agreementand there being the Congress
tion during his long period in the of unsolved murders in his files. In between them la the beautyof But Washington is a nervous equipment. Other European the European Common that must affirm it, and public
segments of winter skies city. And In these days when nations, wanting trade, will Market have made her so. opinion that must support it.
fice.He Sheriff 36 years, bank president, intermixed with the brown. each waking day seems to recognize China. France will boom even more One wonders what the
was a bank president before he cattleman, t 1 m be r man John Hall The aircraft making its own bring a new crisis, it is especially France can start China on with the China trade. changes will have been by
was a sheriff and still is president of sounds like the genuine squire of Clay geometric curving approach so. a nuclear program. Ten years ago France wanted
the Bank of Green Cove Springs of County.A toward the distant runway lyIng The days seem to come atone The repercussions will even- help. Today France says, 1974.All capitals are nervous cit-
like a chalk mark in a like one of those automatic tually, require that Russia and out of her experience in the its-even the beautiful ones.

belts In the supermarkets .
THOUGHT am for peace; but when I speak they are for war Psalms 1207.: on which the packages of
I meat, the bottles of red tomato Potomac

:rJJ; !C/Ie!$r til soap, sauces cereals the and boxes salt are of FeverBy
LAKELAND thrust in repeated Jerks toward
meadow casts a shadow that the cashier. Each day FLETCHER KNEBEL
seems to move across the presents its bundle of raw President Johnson says the nation's tax collectors are doing a good Job.
asae.a fret) eowLis nr. earth with greater speed than problems of salty ones, of red Oh well, what with Panama Cuba, Cyprus and Zanzibar, we might as well get
Imperial Polk County ruDh.n.n JOHN HAftftl*MAitnitoN a, uM.,. VIMrrMiMnli l itori the aircraft itself. ones-and each jerk moves us used to bad news at home, too.
CLYeMM, Jr., M rn. in| Surely a stranger would toward the final accounting.All *
Idon |O> POWILL *tfvwlilncOir
World's Citrus Center "" hr, ct"iCHAno rt CHARLI KIARLIV.HUNT OlrMl eWi*.. say this Is a pastoral calm capitals have continual J1!* too bad Billy| Graham said no to the Republican presidential race. Witha
AM ......... and collected city toward shadows over them. a .: Goldwater & Graham Republicans
hVwL could say they were coming in on
which I am journeying. And ri& and a praer.
the eye would automaticallylook ONE THINKS on how often
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 for the tiny figures of France has been In those *
lambs and cattle grazing in shadows. Ten years ago the With all the U.S. wheat the Russians are getting, it's surprising they
SUISCRIPTION RATIS the fields. French were being defeatedin haven't accused us of using wheat germ warfare.
But on the ground thingsare Indo-China. A decade ago *
One Y..r . . . $10.10 One Month . . . $1.7) different. the French were fighting in A fellow has oranlzfd a new foursome that can't sing dance or play very

Si. Months .. .... $10.40 w..k . . .. .. .40 Algeria. The Foreign Legion well, but they consume of money. They're called the eatbles. That's beatles
Three Months .. ... $ J.20 Iu....' Only Y.., .. .. $7.10 THE MEMORIALS as one had not been corrupted into spelled inside out.
in the hotel-bound Germans
passes them disloyalty. were
taxi are comforting and reassuring fighting for France in the le-
f,,.11.10.. afternoons eicopt S.t.".., end .n s"...., nomine by Lek. .... Ntwiee*' Cot*. testifying to duty attended gion. African troops from LBJ declares President a "war on waste" to accompany his war on poverty. They'recallinJr
to courage in the face Senegal always splendid soldiers our new Lyndon Belligerent Johnson.
Le......... Norido 13801
of the enemy and to selfless were dying under the
EIiJJa service to the nation. To be tricolor. The United States The communists. came OXViIghUThead in the winter Olympics. Russia
sure there are others "monu- was about to commit troops took home 25 medals and only lost 15 people by defection.


LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 17 1964 I

WeaEh r w w r WASHINGTON REPORT New EnglandStates Hard Hit

r: :: : : The 'Die-In' Becomes

< < By Snowstorm Heavy WindsBy
< Tool Of Negro LeadersBy ,

In Florida And Around The Nation THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA storm visibility was almost' Pacific and there was light snow

STATION H. L CharlestoD ............ 11 37 Lot Angeles .......... .. 49 sneak Northeast ft arm zero on most highways In Massachusetts In the northern Rockies and the
Miami ................ FULTON LEWIS JR. jected a proposed housing Dakotas
85 80 open whipped by gala force winds Maine New Hampshire -
.... ..... ..
Chicago ............. 34 28 Memphis ? 47 28
lackJonvlUe ....... ordinance backed
.. 71 42 Milwaukee ........... WASHINGTON The sit- by the deposited to 18 inches of and Vermont.
Cincinnati ......... n: 18 up
.... 41 19
Key West ........ 81 68 in Is passe. So is the kneelin city council. Sinking the plan
LAItELAND .......... 18 41 Cleveland ............. 31 07 Mpla-St. Paul ......... 40 28 the lie-in, the wade-In. the was a vote of 24,026 to 7470. snow and caused at least 13 The storm moved out to sea Steinway
New .. .
Orleans ... ..
Ocala ................. 89 48 Denver' ............... 39 17 New York ............. 35 117 22 38 jail-In the sleep-In and all Republicans by and large deaths In New England Sunday south of Nova Scotia Sunday Chickering

Orlando ............... 71 48 Des Moines ........... 35 25 Omaha ................ 37 28 those other "in{" that have urged defeat while Democrats Temperatures dropped Into night.
Penaacola ............ 117 40 Detroit ................ 31 21 Philadelphia .......... 38 24 served as potent supported the proposal. Negro the teens over much of the Fresh snow also covered all Wurlitzer
Sarasota .............. 88 48 Fairbanks ............. ..1839 St. Louis'.............. 39 30 weapons ,' voting was light. area after the storm passed of upstate New York rangingup
Tallahassee ........... 80 39 Fort Worth .....,.......55 34 San FranclllCO ........ 58 48 in the fight for In Teaneck one of New Jer Many highways, cleared of to 15 Inches In the eastern Pianos
Tampa ................ 87 48 Honolulu .............. 13 89 Seattle ................ 45 42 desegregation.Now sey's most "enlightened communities all I
W. Palm Beacb ....... 80 57 Indlanapolll .......... 34 13 Washington ........... 45 22 comes< ," voters cast their but an Inch or two of packed CaUkill Mountains. Drifting Hammond
Juneau ................ 33 27 BAROMETER the ultimate + i tl ballots for school board members snow became covered by was reported In some areas,
Boston ................ 33 14 Kansas City .......... 35 33 T a.m. 3007-1 p.m. Sun. 29(7 weapon: The and gave a solid endorsement sheets of Ice. chiefly along Lake Erie. Organs
die-In. to neighborhood The wind, clocked at 92 miles Generally fair and dry weather
A pair of schools. They apparently opposed per hour at Truro on Cape Cod, prevailed in the major part of
Sole end Service
North Carolina bussing students from lashed coastal communities the nation. More rain fell along

Integration one area to another In an at- built up) huge drifts and created coastal sections_ of _the. North
t dtf leaders have tempt to achieve "racial bal blizzard-like conditions. I TtLIPHONI COLLECT
ann q threatened"casket ance." In Maine four women eI... Tempe 223.4611Arthur

"' w w s u I LEWIS In Illinois, a leading candidate drowned when their car slid off INSURANCE
F cides" if Negro demands are for governor has modified U.S. 1 and landed upside downIn SIMVICK Smith
eta not met by Asheboro (N.C.) his civil rights stance a Passamaquoddy Bay cove Lanier Upthow,
w. authorities by May 30. Republican Charles Percy a at Robbinston.IS Inc. Music Co.
They promise to suffocate == 1M L T.1et St. ,_,.
past supporter of fair employ. Inches Fall Ml S. '.nn. Av*. "". ...-.u.
ww. themselves in coffins in that
:I r w. rxe ment legislation has come out
Nee?e central North Carolina city if in opposition to an open housing At least nine other persons _
I Ia t segregation continues into ordinance cognizant, local six In Massachusetts and threein
June The Rev. W. E. Banks, experts say that most Connecticut-died of heart Science Shrinks Piles
38, pastor of the First Baptist Illinois voters feel the same attacks while shoveling snow or
Church at Thomasvllle N.C., way. from storm-caused exhaustion. New Way Without Surgery
was has reportedly ordered three '
In California Democratic Eighteen Inches of snow fell
57 caskets for the occasion. officials have In the Plymouth, N.H.. area.
The Rev. Mr. Banks and fought tooth and Stops Itch-Relieves Pain .1K
L \.
nail to keep off the November Lebanon, N.H., had 14; Worcester -
t. y \ Robert Blow a colleague in ballot a referendum on the and Bedford Mass, 12; T..k, N. T. <,Sr..UI>-Tot tB* .a tbora.(h ti inff.r.r' ..... '
the fight for equal rights state's fair housing statute. Brunswick, Maine 11 Boston Brit tim Kline* .has found a sew itomthinf *.tlt.m.ntahk.PII.*
.: ;
made the vow after demonstrations ...
b healing lubittnc with tb itoalihinc h Mud to b a probleml"Ths
sy failed to end discrimination They are fearful that voters 10; Hartford Conn., 8 and ability te shriek k.norrholdi _rat I I. a .... .k..lliiff nbUne -
enwewaae MM' .Lntt-enlAt re lp +; ;t A a9 will turn down the proposal Montpelier Vt.. e.
Itehlnc, tad roiia.epinwithout .
... ( against local Negroes.In atop (Bla.Dyn.edl..o.rr.ra
-0" -< .. .0. ea'4M' rAlw a 'y 4,4.Ia.iflt a" a statement on the suicide and reject Democratic legislators I The storm closed airports all >urfrf.In world-famous n.rh Imtit.to.This I
t who voted for Its but Immobilized ,. attar .., while tubtttnc ..
o O\ < > en- highway travel c <> .d7 I. new avsil.bl.Is
: .; ultimatum. Blow, who actment. and caused failures In ,h..lr>f pl' actual duotln np|>...(.ry .r ...,_.. (m*
'. -. .. is 20, said that Mr. Banks dozens of communities power (.hrlnlc.(.) took pice. nd.r the Html Pr.,.r.'.... H*.
,"- +1.._........:.._ "has ordered a white casket Note: In virtually every I the full JoiNt MiMinc of*ll-r.i.lt ....* At all drag counter. _*..
with a black top for sacrificing election held last fall, Democrats During_ fury o f the_,
his life for freedom. I will were hurt by the civil
CUr, sunny ...1.. wan rdlctd for Florid .....". with tamper**!*. .upoct** M rasa.Is follow him if Asheboro Is not rights Issue. While Negroesonce 1 )aJDII! !:]5jDl
the 70. Similar w......, woi fe_.* for the not *f the w*..k. Overnight lows w.r. fo drop completely desegregated by again went down the line
.. 50s In the wort* end 80..looe l Hi* MuHiit. east end K.,.. A few krlef .h..... wen. pr.dict4.b.et May 30." for Democratic candidates,
midweek. (AP Wirephere) many whites turned to the Republicans Q
A vow was reportedly In protest.Philadelphia Custom-made
made on Feb. 2 by the
VVcotfiercost Rev. B. Elton Cox a field secretary which went B
In North Carolina for for John Kennedy by 331,000 TOP
Partly cloudy skies and mild eswa y wlw+.a B ., the Congress of Racial Equality votes In I960 gave the Democratic I';' WITH FREE QUALITY LINING

temperatures are ahead for (CORE). Mr. Cox was said candidate for mayor a CI
"W have told civil rally camparatively slim 63,000 vote "
sera to a rights
( stitch'
Lakeland through tomorrow vary ANY LENGTH-ANY WIDTH
that he would set fire to edge. i. ......... .ed. .
weathermen said today. ZONE FORECASTS himself In the streets of Chapel Louie B. Nunn GOP candidate Ie roar ...et a Ud weight/.. FROM II
winds will blow .. .. In vr* m
Easterly at 8 .
Hill If complete integration in Kentucky campaigned "' "' .nt. a Ch.-pl.t.d
to 12 miles an hour today Increasing cloudines to- Is not achieved by Easter against the state's public ac- ,ini to han g
diminishing to lest than 5 milesan night. Tuesday mostly cloudy r;:,, Sunday. : comodations edict and came rI your drpte
with some scattered rain like Inspiration for his Idea came I within 13,000 votes of victory, 14i1 I W1UIJ 4" heading for I C
hour tonight and becoming ly. Lowest tonight In the from Buddhist monk. who In Boston, a member of the full pl..,. w
southeasterly at 8 to 15 miles an 40s. iE G burned themselves to deathin school board who opposed Negro C e 1I |1-...r.n",*.. *nII 9 9
hour tomorrow. hu
Increasing South Vietnam. demands to end "de I
B, C, D-Partly cloudy and draper!**
midity was predicted. mild tonight and Tuesday M "If our colored citizens can facto segregation" won reelection { JUST BRING .
The maximum temperaturehere Low tonight in the 40s. don uniforms to fight for the by one of the biggest WI US YOURS ....
yesterday was 68 degrees. 1 United In in i a. MEASUREMENTS
States foreign countries margins history.
E, F, G-Partly cloudy and
the minimum this morning was "then CI
Mr. Cox said 1'LUS FIIEE LABOR
mild tonight and Tuesday .4
49 degrees, and no rain fell at they certainly ought to be
the city hall weather station Northeasterly winds 9 to 15 able to give their lives for the Queen Mother REMEMBERtYou
r r miles per hour. wr basic right of human digni I Ity. I Pay for Materials Only! .
H. I-Partly cloudy and ." Out Of Hospital : L.41 Minimum Cho,.. fen 6u.kr.m. -Piln>Wlghl

Nikita Meets mild tonight and Tuesday. eSaOptiy The North Carolina minister
Low tonight in the SOs. was rapped sharply by north- LONDON (APQueen Mother EI d I 161DECORATING !
J. K-Partly cloudy and ern Negroes for his sugges Elizabeth drew cheers from FREE HOME /
Top Officials mild tonight and Tuesday Low thereafter, he denied SERVICE
Brandt Elected tion. Shortly dozen .
a bystanders as ._
tonight in the hoe threatenedto Ih. In tht iMmfort *f y'or h with
that he .
n*> intorlvr' (texjorfttor*
himself afire. "I said walked out of King Edward VII E.H t* :ArrW.IANurh.LtNr for ptsur drapery* INTERIORSGROVE
From BulgariaMOSCOW set u,.. .. an' n***.
Party ChiefBAD I would do It if I thought it hospital In London. PHONE 8.1415
Florida Five Day Forecast would do any good and if I She underwent emergency PARK SHOPPING CENTER

(AP) Premier Temperatures will be near nor GODESBERG Germany were not a Christian," he Insisted. surgery for the removal of her
Khrushchev went to the rail mal. The normal maximum Is (AP-West Berlin Mayor I appendix Feb. 4 and was released a DDB V D_ B V El"
station Sunday
way today to welcome Willy Brandt, guiding force of *
Bulgaria's premier and Commu 65 to 70 In the extreme north West Germany's opposition Socialists Stepped-up agitation for civil
nist party chief Todor Zhivkov. took over official lead rights can benefit only Republicans
for an official visit. minimums ership Sunday after the party according to one HURRY IN FOR OUR

Zhlvkov is the last of the treme north and 60s In theKeys. 'elected him chairman.A Democratic strategist dismayed i
leaden of the East European special party convention by the election results of r
camp to come to Moscow for A quarter inch or less of named Brandt, SO, without opposition ) last week. i
meetings with the Kremlin'schiefs. rain is expected In brief showers to succeed Erich Ollen In Tacoma Washington

I about midweek. hauer who died In December. voters _by more than 3-1 n re-
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I.Monday,_Feb.-. 17.JM4Fires J J JI



18 Persons

MayonnaiseQuart Across U. S.

I Multiple-death fires In various

parts of the nation Sunday

1 claimed at least 18 lives, Including -
49c 13 childrenA fl ,
Jar mother and five of her children -

died In a Cleveland blaze

The husband jumped from a )
second,floor window. Nine other r

Special "Super-Right"Extra Lear. Freshly children and three adults on
the first floor also got out safely

I Five. children perished In afire t

that destroyed a brick
; Ground Beef I home in Baltimore The mother

and five of her other children

floor leaped window to safety from a second

I Four firemen were killed In

a fire that swept a three.story
building In Dallas
I A home fire in Thorofare
N.J., killed three small children t. rwurtaM.d u a Ja 4tMlNralaA.AYwuawlr a.1.

1r I-Lb. 39c I I ANNOUNCE END OF NATIONAL AIRLINES STRIKE-Th* ifHint tern left war J. M,ReMnthel National vie, reiioanr

end al the National Airline. It.ike was enaeunced I he Miami with .f Industrial Mlotieni; Reward Gamier, member. .f Hi. national 'I

Pkg. Hit lignlnt of an agreement between the airline and .irriklna; el..... mediation koerj and Victor Herbert. president .t the Air 1 Linn I

I and reservations warkan f* resume netotloHoni. ,......t.t the Implore'I .....cI.tI....

LEGAL AOVIRTIStMKNT Walls In South Africa deepest
Airlines Seeks
National gold mines are so hot that a
IN THE COUNTY JUOOKtCOURT half million dollar air-condition-

To Get Back To NormalMIAMI POLK COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA FOR Ing plant U required to keep

SPECIAL "Super-Right" Heavy Western Beef Chuck IN KB\ KHTATM OPKETIRAHA WILSON miners from roasting

(AP) National Air J. A. Rosenthal, National vice D..d LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
h'0 lines hoped to have its service!president In charge of Industrial To All Creditors and Persona Hav
Inn Clalma or Demand. Against IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
back to normal today after a relations and Victor Herbert, Raid Estates, TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF ''
STEAK Full Cut 49c weekend strike was halted at president of the ALEA, said ne- Yc u. and each of you art hereby FLORIDA' IN AND FOR'
notified to file In duplicate alla"ve"a POLK COUNTY,
Lb. \\\ 4 the urging of Labor Secretary gotiatlons would begin at the d.m.nd. "' IN CHANCERY
W Willard Wirtz the day afterit Miami office of the National .ain.t the .1.1. 0' KEru" Can No. 02445Dochet
aoe Ne. 420
HA1IA WILSON. dnceaaed In the
began. Mediation Board at 9 a.m. today. nftioe of Richard A Bron... CITIES: TRANSIT INC. I
Howard Gamser member of County Judge, at hi. office In the A Florida Conx,ration. I
SPECIAL Western Pork clerks and NAL signed
"Super-Right" Lb Striking Court Houaa at Barlow. Florida I'lalntlffrriptT I
in agreement Sunday, proposed the mediation board said 'I within pig calendar montha from )
am very hopeful a settlementwill February II, IH64 wMch I. Ih.d.t. BEES: and (LAPEL I
by Wirtz, which stipulated of the fist publication of L REEL Ma wife, ALMA" I..
Quarter loin that: strikers return, NAL re be achieved"LEGAL this notice. Fach claim or deirund O'N, (HARLIK W

CHOPS Sliced, 2 te 3-Ib.5 9c sums service and that talks be ADVI"TIIIMINT I,pines mu.t be of In re.ldence writing and muat pout atate offl the,'aiddraaa COLEMAN,and JAMHH III'BY THHIPLbY .URHIFUtY 1 I

Average Pkg. I undertaken with assistance of of the .claimant mart be hla/ wife, OUKFMiHKl 1
NOTI.t OP PUBLIC SALE FOR owners to and muat be filed .. OIJ H/ORIDA foKPHI .. :
the National Mediation Board. STORAGE iforeaald or .. ..n.. will bpi 'N KINAM UHN I
When you borrow from us, Airline Pulilln Notice la hereby given coma void COMPANY. and H< 1'KHHOLDUNANCKJ >I>
NAL and the Employee that btlnnli f on the lint day of CORPORATION.
Save At A&P Special! Ann Page Pork & there's not much you really Association had been negotiating February. 1.6<. at ID.00 A.M. and Admllll.lrelor trfondante )
continuity from day to day until NOTICE OF SALE:
do. loan U-4II
have to Every when their contract -
sine April ..
all vnoda are sold will soil at \otlre la rrrky given hat,
transaction is handled on expired. All of 75 bargaining Public Auction to the hlghant bidder NOTICE TO C"IDITO'' pu.u.nt to a final' decree cf fore
C for raeh at our warehouiio at COUNTY JUDO ,lonure enlrrrd In the above enI .
BEANS 2 Lb. 9-Of. a simplified basis. Consequently points had been settled except LION W..t Memorial Blvd. Lakeland IN COURT THE IN AND FOR I IItI..d ...u.. In the Irrult Court
base pay and day-night differentials Florida. Ite follnwlnit .ocd.,. POLK COUNTY FLORIDAIN '! 0': I>oik ('ounty. Florida I will
Can ,.service fast,and Under Wirtz' proposal, .r.a.. and merchandise for atorte UK;, ESTATE OP neil tha properly altuate In Polk
and other rharsea on which a DR. J, D. GRIFFIN Lounlv. Florida. denrrllnd aaIX ,
convenient,too. any Issue remaining after five lI.n on the saws IM claimed; Lerran.dTu )'r t In Dim "D" of IVOLP.HIDP .
of negotiations will be submitted Lot No Owner All Credltora and Penoni llavlalma Lakeland Florida ar.c .
days #127 \elmn Lynch ', Da nandi Asalna rdlns to plat thereof record
Inlf ( or
Save At A&P Special! Mel-0-Bit American, Pimento or to compulsory arbitration 21 I.Illlan Ktouianburf Raid batataon ed In Plat Honk T. Pa.. IS,
71 ('Iyd.I.I..ft and earn of you. era herenotified "lIhllo recorda of Polk County,
Swiss Sliced Ht I.. W. Winton hy to f la In duPU'I. alt Horld
,7 I-rink Wllheln .hn.. and demanda which you it put lie ale( Sit H W. Engll.hbT havh 'a aRalnt the state cf Dr Jtlrirfln beat bidder for Villllam Morgan I). daceaned. In the offlre 1 l>cxr of the Folk County
MATHER IKO M Lovelll& 0' Richard A Honaon. County ourthouna! In Barlow. Florida. be*
Cheese 45c I Norman Brown ..Iud.. at hi. office In the Comma !teen 1100' AM and S.00 P.Mon .
LOANS UP TO ttlt R. Krou.eTIe
$600 ,
II at Barlow Horlda, within the 86th day of .February I'm.
Pkg. i FURNITUREOPEN Ral.ton W.I'h ala r.lendar month. from Febru.' (TEAL) n H. KI )AN JR.
NORRIS TRANSFER' AHTORAOB : cry .. whlrh la the date ofthe Clerk l Circuit Court
i Win. J. Norris : publication; of thliKach I no- Uepuly HARVEY Clerk RILEY; ,
tics claim or demand moat
hft. /arks Owner
b. In writing. moat atate tho 11.000
Old .hloft.d HOUSE li 5A4 : ftd"f.:r.o n r.I'"n"t': : !I :1oworn NOTICE 01' APPLICATION FOR'
...... the b TAX DEED (Senate Slit N., '(6)
89' Sale! Super 0' YOUR TICKET TO to and mum .ha filed a. Notice In hereby. given that HIiKHiMbD .
1 CORPORATION afore.aid or.I.. lame will\ 1>0- CERVICES. iNrholder ; ..
OATMEALCookies Anniversary Sale IMPORTED FOODS corns> void of Tag Certificate No lea.
I 128 West Main Strut PEof I.ER BANK OF lowed the lat day of JUNK, A. U
Lskilin, FlsrldsTiliphsns JIt Story rarmt I I110'II LAMLAND1AKHA.NU. 1161. h.. filed some In my office
I and ha. m.d. .n appliuatlon fur
A&P-Our First Green Fri. Feb. 21st N. I ,
Quality I8S-81I3 By Richard tare! a tae deed to be Iraued thereon
I 1.Lb. 4.0.. i t All LMh.w.NORM CIIIIIIu Trust Executor Officer Said "certificate deacrlbed.mbrat..r properly, the In followli the.

Pkg. Ir.nAA .ounty lo wll'North, of Polk, Stale of Florida,

!*T Ft. of We.t Ito Ft
of Ml4 of B\V\4 See.tic n t*.
i'eas 3JI Township Eub U South, Range t>

i t3r ; 1M 1'ha ....um..nt of said properlyunder
d. OOld c.rtlllr.lo *
:efT In Ire imme"of1'JA"ifEs"u""cor.
WHOLE GREEN BEANS LINS Unleaa the aald cerllN
ate ahall .be redeemed .cordln"
e 10 law, tha property doacrlbrdherein
OR PEELED APRICOTS Tender Cake will be aold to the highest
bidder at the Courthouse door oil
AngelFood the first Monday In the month "f
MARCH 1984. which la the Sod
n Jay of MARCH, U64.
MIX ORMATCH 4 1 lb 89c 41 1 is I LI itjC bated. 19U.(8IAL this. Iflb day of JANUARY

'EM Special! : : )
Cans P. H SLOAN, JR.
1.Ib. 1.Oi. I Clerk of the rirc,,11 Court
of Polk County h'loride
Aing39R 11 art


Save At A&P Special! Jane Parker Freshly Baked ( .y ., tk4Es.. 4t LOLA MORTGAGE BHAPI NO.FY I'O"ICLOSU"ECA. .tZtSt.12.II )!

i imAmMM

-r1-: !. BATfFNnFP: and )
PIES Peach 39C Cherry 45C wife A18V, L BALLr:NUrK his )

1 I/z-lb. I Vi.Lb.Eoctt Each 'l( tt, '1''') NOTICE Defendant.TO DEFEND )> I

>>" STATE: OP rLOHIDA 111:
1963..anoihep PATSY I. BALItNOt-r: :. Ma wife.
Save At A&P Special! Heinz Strained record year! ....'indante AND. LAST ADDRrKM KNOWN! REstTTItNCN : I

Route 1. Sulphur Springs Road,
Naturally we bite te see the lines on the graphs vaulting: upwards ;New Lebanon Ohio

Baby Food 2e 10 s7 9c ,the digits behind the dollar signs rowing Urger It ups captloned You are hereby Plaintiff notified h.. that f,led the aityled

Label'J something very important It says we are providing people with 'onpl.lnt mortgage agelnet you fnreclnaure In. Oho shove ont(

the land of financial protection and security they need and "n the follow log riencrlbed land..

want.That is where the real satisfaction comes in our bun.n Lcnmly lying and. rlnrlla lielng. to all wit late: In Polk

Save At A&P Special! White House Instant Non-Fat Dry u-knowing that you are genuinely contributing to the security I/I The of Hoi tha th \ortheaet 11.0 feet of>4 the of Pant(h.
and peace of mind of the people you serve. We know IIouth.ROt to 0' tho Northw..t

that if our first concern is to take cars of the people lie lines <4 of.!!C.rllon Range I tl II, V.nt Township...cord.Inlf 2TRonh .

< on the graphs will tike care of themselves. to plat thereof recorded In
5 the Public Record of Polk
WILLIAM: SAFFORD County Alorlde.
nd you are re""lrod to nerve a
copy of your Anawer to Complaint
on the Plaintiff attorneya. TRniANu .
Increase In assets 196J. $71,917.630Insurance written 1963 .51,272,359,120 ROReRTft P, O Drawer
. .1'. lakeiand Florida. and filelirrlca
_n' 4i' II he original"fora In Ih. of tha

: + v YELLOW ONIONS 76th annual statement December 31, 1963 'I..k IPSI. 0'the tho oth 1lIlt day of Court March,Oft A.Dir or.

3 25ii you fall to do ao decree pro
Bog .on'e..o will h. entered ...In.t
ASSETS yoU for the relief demanded In
LIABILITIES he (mplalnt
Y "'r FRESH CRISPCarrots W'/TNESA: my hand and oW..1,
Cash on Hand and in Ranks,8 20,703,08468 SlstuterpPolicy Reserves ..,. .. .,... SI.104,682,139-00 neat. of office at Hariow. Polk
County. F'iorlda, thla Z9tb day of
United States Government Bonds......,..... 136,584,570.78 Policy Proceeds and Dividends Left January, 1'.4.
Municipal and Corporation Bonds........... 216,751,22941 with Company..... ................. 23,322,94000 (:*BAL) Clerk of Irrult Court

2 Bag 150 Stocks................................ ..: 703618.05 Dividends to Policyholders Psychic in 1964 .431.1Z0,43t t-,.flS By Dorothy Deputy Clerk Bunn

RED DELICIOUS AND GOLDEN DELICIOUSiSV Mortgage Loins .. ............... ...... 765,144,542.45 Policy Benefits Currently Outitandmg..... 3618,143(3 NOTICE TO CI'IIDITO'' $

Real Estate Premiums Interest Pad m Advance.... 5,948,159 IN COURT THE COUNTY IN AND JUDOS FOR

Lbs. Home Office and Regional Office Properties ZZ.847,740.60 Accrued Tun Payable in 1964.. ...... ,.. ,28855874 IN FOLK Kh: K8I COUNTY'ATP OF FLORIDA

APPLES For 29c Inveitnent.........,.,,.,.,.,,.,,.... 11,082,94355 Funds Held in Trail.. .....,........... 11.988,12300 MARY FRANCIS CtURT Pe,......"

Policy Loans.. ............................ 44,202,24645 Other Labilities ....................... 7,297,07559 Po log All lalmi Oredltora or Den d anda Peraona Asaln.tla Hay

IDAHO BAKING SPECIAL" Accrued Interest and Rents ... .., ......... ,774,49053 Security end Modes Loan Reserves..... 10,468,155.07 Ynu 1 Lmatelain and :rack of 1'0". are here.by .

Net Due and Deferred Premiums, eta...,.. .. 50.97.tZ5.94 SURPLUS.... .................. .. 877,177.24 ,( n"tllI.d. and 10 domondo file 1ft dnpllrate whlrh yal all
POTATOES 1 Bog 59Your here ...In.1 the ....t. 0' MARY

TOTAL ... .. .. .. . SI.275.721592.44 TOTAL .. .. .... ..$1275,721592.44 he e'RANCES' office of rt Richard'RRY. deceased A. Bron.onnuniy In.
(' Judge, at hla office In the
t.D.oWoMttl...411.........D.ewhw n.IN It...100..'....U.I_ Court Hone at Hart ow. Florida,
within .1" c".ndnr m""I" from
'elruary 1. IM4 which .. Ue'
In thii .4 late of tha Cleat nubikatlon e>f
hla notice. Rach claim: muat ben
ere food through WESTERN and SOUTHERN LIFE
Your dreams come true with W.dnetday writing muat tale the pla reof
".Ido.... and pout office ad.
February. I9tk dnso. of tl-e .claimant muat ha
f PLAID STAMPS INSURANCE COMPANYA rnrn to and niuet l>a filed ..
3004 MUTUAL COMPANY HOME: OFFICEl CINCINNATI OHIO at".ld. or alia tame will become
S. ppnprF BANK or

Artnu. W. B. Bozeman, District Sales Manager By I.AIU.ASD: /./ Klchard Pre.ldent N. PtareeVice

1 e Lakeland and Tru.t. Officer
1804 Lakeland Hills Blvd. Phone 682.5496I ,./ A, R. Surlee( Jr.
Open At A. Tl flurlea. J,.. F.1,
Attnm.r fax Joeculor.I .
8:30 AM. I >.n. Roc Inl
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J J gJL c1aI Iand Miss; Tallenf/ lJJ/uf 'g1lD.UJ Old?

Martha Youkey Writes Home Engaged To "i" Men-Lunches Shouldn't

J. M. Platt
Make You A Tubby HubbyBy

Of Her Golden LAKE W WALESAnnouncement -
Days In SpainBy has been made of the i! JOSEPHINE LOWMAN pletely sabotage the care at

engagement of Mill Barbara Don't let the men fool youl! home.

Jane Tallent to Joseph Mac- My experience with "Why Here tore a few things to
LUCIA MYERS Arthur Platt. Grow Old?" has convinced me remember.I. .

____.II The' bride elect la the that they are just about as Interested Eat only lean meat, either .

Reality has turned out to be more 1m pre.- daughter of Mn. Bess Tal. In health and weight broiled or baked. Cut the

slve than daydreams of "castle. In Spain" for lent of Lake Wales and JackR \ control and appearance fat off and leave off the gravy.
Martha Youkey who went from Florida South. Tallent of Tampa. The a.0 ', 2. Fish and seafoods are

ern College to the University of Valencia for prospective bridegroom Is the we- women are. I _ healthful and delightful lunch

her junior year son of Mr. and Mrs. J, D. i'l. receive many I eon items. If you use lemon

She Is the daughter of Robert V. Youkey, Walker of Lake Wales. letters from' 4* Instead of sauces with them
men I. and they are broiled rather
Lakeland's city manager and Mrs. Miss Tallent. a senior at
directionsas than fried, they are low-cal
Lake Wales High School Is
A few days ago, the latest letter from Spain ,
a native of Hamilton Ohio. to diet and one foods
was shared with an Interviewer.
But before She attended elementary exercise and 3. Go easy on the bread.

Mrs. Youkey opened the envelope, she told of school In Llndate, Ga. SheIs weight You can get a lot of calories

the studies which are occupying most of Mar a member of Future Homemakers For this reason fast just by filling! up on

tha's golden days In Spain. of America. AIh every once .. crackers and butter, along

In the new semester which has Just begun. The bridegroom-elect was t with your reducing soup.
she Is studying the culture of Spain and America born In Mayo. He Is a 1963 I :. : ; MISJ! LOWMM' 4. I don't have to tell you

history of Spain two courses In Spanish graduate of Lake Wales High days to the stronger sex Actually that cocktails are high In cal.

literature Spanish composition conducted School where he was president ; ,; ; ,.,.; i while men have more orie count.

in the language of that country. of DCT his senior year ''Mlt l' F 's.) muscle power than women, Skip French Fries

Martha's eager study of Spanish for five He now Is serving the U. S. : they are more vulnerable than 5. Order a baked potato instead

years in high school and college prepared her Navy receiving training as a 4 : women to almost all diseases. of French fries.
for her big opportunity. Her scholastic record communications technician at ( ''*li They, especially need to take 8. Go light on butter.
the Naval Communications care of their health.In 7. If you must have a dessert
enabled her to be accepted In a foreign study
Training Center Pensacola. the felt order an Ice or gelatinor
which past, many men
I program was arranged by the University
Plans for the wedding will that figure control was for canned water.packed fruitor
of San Francisco.
With an American
be announced. the birds, or rather the women aome similar Item. Forget
student group she reached Valencia the first and that to be too con that favorite, pie a la mode

week In October. cerned about health was unmanly for a while.

Long Letters HomeIn Adventists Set All that has been 8. If you have several cups \

the living room of the Youkey home on changed by the newer knowledge of coffee at breakfast, and

West Maxwell Drive Martha's face smiled Sewing, Sorting "SIDE-SWIPED COIFFURE," created by Mr. Paul of the about the dangers of overweight. again at noon, then use one

down from an oval frame-above the needle House of Revlon, New York, Is one of the new hairstyles that We now know thata of the artificial sweetener.

point chairs and antique cranberry glasswareas Day For NeedyFilling depends on body and fullness Instead of teasing for its head. slim waistline Is a good life. These measures will mini-

Mrs. Youkey dipped into the stack of long MARTHA YOUKEY Is pictured as she re- hugging non-curly lines Each side lock of hair travels in line and that a "bay window"Is mite the danger of lunches
enthusiastic letters. There emerged a bright 'celved good news of acceptance In foreign the clothing needsof a real threat to longevity which are too high in calorie.
the for
direction movement.K4flte.
same a flowing
mosaic of Impressions: the view of the blue study program last autumn. needy children will be the as well as to an attractive If any of the men who read
special project of the day ----.------ my column would like to have
Mediterranean from Martha's own window appearance.
when the Health and Welfare my Tubby Hubby Diet which
hours spent among the art treasures of cathedrals I Added At Lunch
loss of from
Society of the Seventh.Day gives you a seven
and museums a serenade by students Early In the summer Martha will return for 12
Adventist Church meets at Many men gain their extra to 12 pounds In days,
with guitars (Martha and her roommate havea a vacation at home before entering her senior 9:30: am. Wednesday at the pounds at lunch. Their wives send ten cents and a stamped,

nearby balcony on which to listen). year at Florida Southern. After that-she has home of Mrs. H. M. Higgins, may be most interested in self-addressed envelope with

She visited the orange groves near Valencia not decided definitely. But wherever her career Route 2.About. I helping them lose their extra your request for It to Jose

and thought of Florida's Valencia During a leads her, she is sure that she'll be speakIng 20 of the members padding and may plan the two phine Lowman In care of The

recent vacation she visited Granada and while Spanish. will spend the day alteringand meals they have at home with Ledger

eating lunch, gazed at the Alhambra. Duringthe making children's clothes serious concern as to nutrition Tomorrowt. Man Should

Christmas holidays she and her roommate A it & and assembling layette. to be -- LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday Feb. 17, 1M4 7 and weight. However, one Case Into New Exercise Program -

(from Portland, Ore.) went to Paris Luxemburg given to those In need. A poorly selected lunch can. com -. ."

Belgium Germany and Switzerland. She Went Snow covered dish luncheon will be

Just ahead in March she will watch Valen Skiing served at noon. Winter Haven Social NewsWINTER Mrs. Emig To Review '

cia's great festival. Las Fallas which lasts I Mrs. Marvin Salhany, secretary -
Mrs. J. Hardin Peterson Jr. was initiatedon of the society, said
week and which reaches its highest pitchon
for a March 19. The very the ski slopes of Vermont recently by a many requests have been received HAVEN-Mrs. Iva Nelson, and family In New 'Cradles Of Eminence'Mrs. I
St. Joseph's Day,
for heavy snow and below-zero weather. She returned from needy families. Reeve. of Maxwell, Iowa, I Is York for two weeks. Mr. Nelson
name suggests its spectacular quality Persons who would like to visiting her brother-ln Is a TV personality and
alias" means"'bonfire" In the Valenclan dialect to Lakeland with a lively story. contribute clothing to be distributed and sister, Mi1 and Mrs C. C. uses a male doll In his ventriloquist Arthur S. Emlg will a spokesman aald.Membership .
The trip began surprisingly: "I left from
to needy children in Reeves. Other visitors at the act. review "Cradles of Emi In the book cir.
Left Conveniences Behind Hlllsborough State Park. She and her husband the area are to call the so- Reeves home are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. nence" by Victor and Mil cle Is open to the public.

Martha was conditioned to step smoothlyinto took a group of 12 Campfire Girls on an ciety president, Mrs. Higgins Mrs C. B. Reeves Jr. and Avery are returning to their dred George GoerUel for the

her new surroundings. In addition to her overnight camping trip there, the night before at MU 66818, or Mrs Clarence children of Cham bridge, Iowa. home In Leroy, N.Y., follow

study of the language and literature, she read she left. She had hastily arranged to go to Brower, MU 8-4268. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Danielsare ing a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sorosls Book Circle when It NEW

many background books last summer She Stowe, Vt., after learning that she could accompany visiting Mr. Daniels' sister George C. Baker at their meets Thursday morning at

made decisions which would lead her into a Mr. and Mrs. Kirk McKay on their Mrs. John Higgins of home on Cypress Gardens 10 o'clock at the Sorosls Clubon /

greater knowledge of the people among whom flight there. J. H. Peterson Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Road. The visitors toured Lake Morton Drive.

she would live. For example, she did not At Stowe she had five days on the snowy Higgins also will visit with points of Interest on both the "Cradles of Eminence" I.a Is '

take a radio or an electric hair dryer or any slopes. She took a two-hour lesion in the Will Address her niece and nephew and west and east coasts while In study of the childhoods of
their families, In Winter Haven Florida. over 400 famous men and
and In the afternoons.
would tend to set her apart from mornings practised
Item Ministers' Club
Miss Aimee Nicaise Is entertaining women of the 20th century SUPPORT
Instructor told I
students who would not have such "After a few days the me
Spanish Mr. and Mrs Neal Sams are house guests, Miss It offers answers to many stockIng
different could to another level. But when I got TilE seamless support
luxuries. She wanted to adapt to a go up J. Hardin Peterson former leaving for their home In Joyce Smith of Dayton, Ohio, questions about the nature of

civilization. not attempting to duplicate American up there, I was told that I had my skis on member of Congress, will Greensboro NC, today following ard Miss Mary McGinley of creativity. that' really fits ..........,.......
life. backwards and was sent back to the beginners'class speak on the topic, "The a month's winter vacation Indianapolis. Mrs. Emlg Is a fairly new

She Is collecting a library of Spanish books ." she laughed.She Preachers and Their Part In in the area. Mr. and Mrs Dean C. Pettit resident of Lakeland, having I

gradually. But one large purchase of another preceded the McKays to Lakeland, but Developing America" at the Mrs. George Burr Jr. is expected are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. moved here from Columbia,

kind has already preceded her homeward trip. there were weather delays along the way. At meeting of the Retired Min to return from Val- William Pettit of Adrian, Mo., where her husband was

As a Christmas gift for her brother, Bill, who Burlington when the plane schedule was disrupted isters' And Wives' Club Wednesday dosta, Ga., this week where Mich. a professor at the Universityof

Is a student at Southwest Junior High School. for several hours she used the time to at 10:30: am. at First she has been visiting her sonin House Guest Missouri She has been ac

she sent a Spanish guitar. sea the.University of Vermont, deep in snow.POLLY'S .. Methodist Church. -law and daughter Lt and live in YWCA work and in
The devotional portion of Mrs. Ronald B. Elliott. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edwin Olson social work at the cancer

POINTERS Delta Beta Sets the meeting will be presented Burr made the trip to aid in have as house guests their hospital in Columbia. Mrs

by Mrs. Ira Barnett and the care of her grandsons, son and daughter-in-law, Lt. Emig has experience In the

I 'Backward Meet'Members the Rev. D. K. Sailor. Ronnie and Bradley, and care and Mrs Gerald Olson, and criticism and appreciation of

Women of the church will for her daughter who under son of Albuquerque N.M. contemporary literature and and as sheer on .your legs a1'
Shower From AfarDEAR will attend In Mr. and Mrs. William A. .
serve a luncheon at noon went surgery her reviews were very popular .
back. you see here! .. .*.M*-!
sports clothing worn which will be followed by a VentriloquIst Reber are returning to their In her former home town,
ward the meeting tonight at fellowship period and brief Mrs. James S. Nelson visited home In Elgin 111, following See them now at

POLLY-One of our DEAR POLLY-The Hat plastic 8 o'clock of Delta Beta chapter business session.Visiting her son and daughter-in- a visit with Mr. and Mrs R. The Plnoit In Braul* Cor

slsters-in-law lives far from covers that come on certain of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Methodist ministers law, Mr!: and Mrs Jimmy E. Moslman. Mr. Reber Is for the Discriminating' Woman
friends and family so when she food items make excellent out- Mrs. John Skinner will be and their wives are Invited to past grand patron of the Order VISITEVERETT

was expecting her first child. 1 of-doors toys Collect several, hostess for the 'backwardmeeting" attend. Delta GammasTo of the Eastern Star of & OLIVE TUCKER'SDRUG
dreamed up the Idea of a parcel initial them and use for competitive at her home, 1319 Illinois

post shower. Her sister and I games. Simply sail Alyce. Meet At Mrs. Edith Nelson has as BEAUTY SALON STORE

made a list of names and addresses them through the air to hit a Mrs. Gordan Cooke, president Lakeland/ her house guest, Mrs. George IVIRITT M. RUCK. PROP

of interested friends target or even to Just see whose will conduct the business Charm SchoolDelta Vestrem of Estherville, Iowa. Complalo Pormonant from Wavti $750up 321 N. Moss. AYe

and also a typical layette list. goes farthest.-MRS. R. R. session. Mrs. Ed Dean, social Polk Mrs Harrison Ambrose Jr. Is Opon TN,,.'.-. a> Frl. I... ky 11_." Ph. MU 23173enjoying
These were mailed around to DEAR POLLY-Decorating a committee chairman, will County Gamma chapter of at St. Thomas In the Virgin 1033 S. Flo. Avs. MU 6.5991
the selected friends with instructions : child room or kitchen with report plans for the spring Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Islands visiting friends.

to cross off ones decals can be quite an expensive rush party, Date BookTODAY meet tonight at 7:30: o'clockat

name and the item she would project if decals are used Philip's Charm School, 225

I send so there would be no du-I lavishly. Buy. by the yard, S-.. Florida- Ave
Mrs. Robert Heunisch, social S
to adhesive-backed Religious GrouijMeetingCaenda .
plicates. Also each was tic-coated OPTIMIST cilia or LAMIUINO will final M
chairman announce
; that the next person on the list per with Juvenile or other PlaS-1 I iso p m stCmtflmi.orCohLASELAND yqurv ,
donor Cut out LODOI *1. FtAlft, plans for the social Feb. 22 at
letter. Each designs. !
received the propriate rtllrd rummimlnlion 7 m at M -
the home of Mrs Henry
auulo T'mple Examination I In Pr|
arrive on and as
mailed her gift to pictures apply low Craft dcrc will bo ,rondurttd Schmidt, 741 Park Hill Ave. vacation ?
'date about two months furniture walls or cabinets as hitter Mao,,. driro tonlorrt4 at
specific p55y55 p55 THI .II"-Po, a 7 30 A chili party will be held ;
before the expected birth. This your heart desires and for very tiipiui a,",.,. a momen of medi KATHLIIN COUNT Al. 05055 :
tation and worship .n, hour of the Plans will be discussed for
5 p m >t
both L.
mother-to-be was little money.-MRS. tar or oubt. Vial wlir
young Kattlliwn Manonlo Trmplo Initiation the Founders' Day banquet in
surprised and delighted with the DEAR POLLY-To entertainmy TODAY Kd ObMTVid mFmbrrililp blruidor ports will April.

"shower" and reported that her month-old baby, I madea APOSTOLie_ OlOLt SCHOOL.LANCLAND Hostesses will be Mrs Henry
her II.M .1.' u .m. at .hool, T5nIDAYLASILAND
excitement extended to gadget to stretch across her 'JU Ii. Mom.rlal III.d.t anlDOt CLUP 7'39 Karr and Mrs. Bob Bes-

landlady and even the mailman crib. I took a scrap of denim .'h..d csaaT.taO LUTeI5CAN a.'iip .l 5 esade 9ai ".!'..MnB TOA..TMAaTaWCLUa wick.
L. F.Charles lw ,p. rn tI 1 m >t MarrhM i KMlauor -
-MRS. E. and doubled it to make a strong Mliiir.4 p. ,
..... An. ''n.M! "
Uvll V. r." .n. moo 0.MU.NII'T
---- 1-inch wide and 38-mches -". CLU". ....,.p.l.,
strap CHRISTIAN. Mna clan.' at e JO a m at admlnUtra Couples MarkAnniversaries :.
long, finished. I attached gripper FtllowMilp UI raiortaln. irtvoa at lion buildlnt Uodolrk. Alrvort wlUi ,
HolleyTo a awMlhoart banuuitCHRISTIAN Mrn Nm..iF.. InitrnctorLAKILAND ,
snaps at each end so it SCIRNei tBCTURt. fXCMANO ClUOIAMILANO ,
and inserted at pm. alohureli. 320 W. Ri>'aeo S '
stretch tightly ns OTnv'et.uVu'ism : : '
would Roai I.'
At .. Tho .Scronro of Rappl.ton .:
Speak five belt eyelets about 4 n... b, .o. J. Lauoini ol ChicaioCOMMUNITY at It it Cadet HiMlairantCHAPTi AUBURNDALE Mr. and
Inches apart along the strap. In easel LUTNSUaM t.ulhoron Cbur..J, 1 JO p in. at homo of "''r.. Jam. M Mrs William P. Smith of .
Luncheon MeetWomen' the eyelets I put five small It Wom.m, .. W... DI svsw ........ 139TuUDAY Norton A HrookJunoCLIVILANO MHOMT H 0'" I Sumner Road, and Mr. and ) >

rattles and DUMONITU5TION CLUO' 110pm.t Mrs. Wullanbrandt of Dix. .. >
Clubof hinged rings. Baby's homo of Mra. K. C. Crow tilWWOMAN
Republican attached to these rings. on, 111, winter visltori. celebrated
Lakeland will meet Thul'sday easily changed for a. MrIN II,.,. Dust ..._ sI AUXILIARY moHIn at their anniversaries recently --
They are C CU. ortr ..
for homo RtcbaraBrook
The Crest m at *
at noon at I also replaced the haLt' CLAM 7) ., *>i Cti.nnln.' IVuadMILDPID at an open house at the ''''
variety. I << :
luncheon. Mrs J. P. Morgan infant seat m. at homo of Mi. Haillo Mlllor CHAPMAN MOMS OUoVtif. Smith home. amIIJJJUUJtn"
will buckle on baby's 541 S Jhih.fl.asvesta.oAv. OSOUP',7 fiats.fatv': I. ._ .r ,
preside .
first vice president with gripper snaps It Is much ADVSNTItT, ..1. r 5,5175. ) The Smiths were married on ..,A'. ... '.... ..-!
at the meeting In absence In and out faro.. _I.". e JO a m, at >J4'4 Nlo .'; .T;.H0o. CMAPTIR AW Feb. 11, 1914 in Obey 111 :
Mrs. quicker to get baby M. Afar? "'00''''.. leader 10
lunohoon rnmltni at 11 p
of the president seat and holds Just as.ecurely.L. CHRIST LUTHCRAN tOilrint'i't.lU homo of Mr. W A. Wlllla& I'4r' Mr. and Mrs Wullanbrandt 'k2r\J I'
11 T. McKinley. of the :: i"t at 4 p m. at > their 50 anniversary make
W. C. vrw Informatloo lee- "l:A TMLIiN tOOOC 135. PtAM, are marking J
Charles R. Holley. House t.i9 (orioo at 7 JO m at rw fnular eoirutinnuatloa' : at 7 30 p mat today. They were mar-
n4.Acs Kathlrtn Manonlc Lod. r lloLAMBLJtMV ';
minority leader, who has declared I ,-t':JO L'a mWSONISDAV. .. .N... _AHmf m_ rinIMpiortux -__n Cr .tt"!! !!:,,_ '!.'!iii! 12 __u_ ned In Dixon on Feb. 17, 1914.
his Intention to qualify Haven Meetings TMt CAaTIKN CVIMmw*TA* i-- WNVBPIOP p m ntMawnilo Mr. and Mrs. Smith movedto FLORIDA and LAKELANDhome

as Republican party candidatefor I Are ScheduledWINTER I APOSTOLIC alL SCHOOL 1311 In"....', Tomplo. Vlaltlnt nemborsPLAN this area in 1954. Their

1964 governor will speakat 5 I MrmorMU. Slid. nlihl .laM* al niece, Mrs Earl Sherer and for your BUSINESS and FAMILY !
1:15 p.m.Nonmembera. HAVENLeaguesof CHRISTIAN OUtlNIa M 5 N'S009N1T715. FLOOR CARE Mr. Sherer and Mr. Smith's
are to tele Women Voters have scheduled nn'CNOIST noon at troit KMMU. Plan for a thorough floor brother Edgar and his wife,
LUTHI..N ... .Humaommltuo Florida's sunshine has no comparison! But did you know thstflorlda'
cleaning only when expect all of attended the
luncheon you Olney, op.

phone. MU 2-4897 three discussion group nmtlnt at 3O p m
beat climate 'Is Its business climate Check the fscts.
homa o( tho R r. W roaUehk. several hours of no kitchen traffic en house. Also present were
reservations meetings on legislative reap- J.M MarUla AG. Industrial
Compare them with your State's advantages rela.
The Lakeland P'RaT CHRISTIAN (Dtatlplot of Floors need thorough clean- Mr. Smith's brother, Ernest,
portionment. Cnrl.ti. oakm.t mootlnt at 10 tion to your business or Industry.
met this morning at to U. up calendar ol ohureh ..pm...... Ing, thorough drying then waxing and family of Lakeland.
Future TeachersTo the group home of Mrs. Warren m for rt Uit it comma. month "......Im.... and again thorough drying. Friends of the couples from FLORIDA'S FAVORABLE TAX STRUCTURE FOR BUSINESS IS LESS THAN
FIRST PRtlaVTIRIAN., faillllr And this takes time even In the Winter Haven Lakeland. Tam- HALF THAT IN AN AVERAGE OF ALL 50 STATES.FLORIDA'S .
Smith. Two groups will meetin Sight oofored dl.h dlnaor' .t o iApm
Hear Speaker Haven tomorrow.. la f..tU'T hill best drying weather. pa, Tavares, Zephyrhilli and
Mrs William Drennan a The morning .t ChurctWomin
k ol Praror iorilro. II l BIRTHS
retired Lakeland teacher will meet at 1:0: o'clock at the a m.. Mldwek Lonun on-vuo' T Jl,i FLORIDA'S PERSONAL INCOME HAS GROWN 211% SINCE 1990.
Elementary Youth Center building and p m. Bor Bcout oommlttoo matuniat
Mrs Ira Parks will be
School Teachers of THURSDAY Mrs Robert C. Kilburn have BROWING) 12 BILLION DOLLAR CONSUMER MARKET
Tomorrow Club Thursday at to the evening group at her CHRlf' T LUTNiRAN Manr-MarUia announced the birth of a
2 in the school auditor home on Lake Cannon Driveat Oulld 730 pm. at I loom ol Mr.I.ronal .. Equally Important Is your own health and the happiness of your
pm. UndMr Pnm.rr Road floe daughter Bambi Lynn, Feb.I -
mm. 7:45 o'clock $ out Troop 7 55 neeu at 7 JO om. I, in West Germany where Lt. family Where else but In Florida can you expect to greet each
Mrs Dren- TOURIST CLUB at. North Lakolacd Oraiotitarr day with sunshine, each day with' a new zest for living and
On this occasion "< Kilburn has been serving fora
nan will present the club Its WINTER HAVEN Mrs. WO7S J01 O.UL M'n'ono"' 'LUTHIRAN 1..ogo.LoUioranORACS S pm year with the U.S. Army, OPEN HOUSE "getting things done"?

charter, awarded by the Florida Jeanine Sutton monologist, toacbor Umuog lITMUS at 1 3O ttundar p mFRIDAY ochool I He expect* to be there two Published by The loktland Ledger In The Inttrtit 01 Folk's Pr.grtul

Education Association.Mrs. and John D. Lapp magician, more years. The baby Is the Salt'

Vera Silks principal will present the program for CHRIST LUTHIRAN. LeD," ..r.. first grandchild of Mr. and Anniversary FOR MORI DETAILS ON HOW YOU CAN BECOME A PERMANENT FLORIDA RESIDENT AND BUSINESSMAN
has announced that parentsand members of the Winter Ha. Iro al 7 30 BrhMiFFIRST p m at North LaktlandElementarr Mrs R. W Kilburn of Lake -CONTIICT MU WENDELL "RR"'O, CHilIRMIIN-OIRICTOR, nOlllDA DEVELOPMENT CONMIa51015 -
friends are Invited to this ven Tourist Club tomorrow at CHRITIAN TMKlDl olChrUO Wales The maternal grandparents Fri. Feb. 21st IN TALLAHASSEE OR.TNI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE COMMUNITY YOU ARE VISITING.
Corn.ntono CI.... ....,..,
meeting at which refresh- the Civic Center building at 01-h at T p m In frllow.ltlp hall' are Mr and Mrs. ,

menu will be served 7'30 p m. ORACt Work LUTHIRAN. ol morn Lutnoran.......ChuMiWomoa a tm Glenn Street of Jacksonville .


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Monday,LAKELAND Feb. IT, lilt LEDGER! [Johnson Sends Troubleshooter In Town THE Are BEST. APARTMII ileCJ': l

BeatlesEnjoying Section. : _

To AFL-CIO Council Meeting- || THAT-- NAGGING- BACK AClr '. \

rr MIAMI BEACH IItPresldent.Johnson ing officer of the FEC, said and other space facilities, refused -' DR. C. H. ilNtfULa' '

FloridaMIAMI r sent one of his top la- leighty had admitted that some to cross the picket lines. .)'I Backache Is perhaps the oldest and3* still today'of s .'

bor trouble shooters here todayto union members had "possiblygot Johnson's missile sites labor the most common complaints for which the patlet ,,
talk with union leaden about commission assumed jurisdiction consults the doctor.
BEACH of hand" in connection
(AP) Their sf
two thorny problems worryingthe of the railroad dispute in
Miami Beach appearance a + administration with violence directed at rail so far as it affected the space The average patient Is quite convinced their "nagging< ('

shrieking success, the Beetles Assistant Secretary of Labor road property. 'program. I backache" Is due to some disorder of the pelvic organs

relax hoped In today to tort get lost and James J, Reynolds was due here Thornton has said there have Picketing was halted at least, or at least kidney trouble It is

"We the Florida sunshine for behind-the-scenes talks abouta been more than 200 sabotage until tomorrow by mutual agreement usually neither They usually come to
like it here
and the peo threatened boycott of wheat attempts against the railroad, between the unions and the Chiropractor after laboratory tests
ple seem to like us and we're and three In the last eight days On !
shipments to Russia a rail- the National Labor Relations examinations fall
staying on until Friday," said road dispute that lowed thenation' Feb. 9 a tl-car freight was derailed -Board. exploratory x-ray
spokesman, Brian Summerville. and a work train derrick to reveal a pelvic or kidney lesion.
space program at Cape The Maritime Trades Department
They had planned originally to Kennedy, dynamited near Miami, causing, of the AFL-CIO is expected -i p. Constipation is frequently suspected:
return to New York said than $250- however regularity usually returns when
today They Reynolds' hasty mission hereas !Thornton more to formally adopt the pro- ,
are scheduled to leave New York the AFL-CIO Executive Council -000 worth of damage correction is made in the spine.

for London at 8 p.m. Friday, opened its annual policy Last Friday, two blasts tore Soviet Neuralgic pains are common in bad

Tumultuous Welcome Given making session Indicated the into the underside of an FEC go before the executive councilto d weather They shift around from one

The English rock 'n' roll depth of Johnson's concern. frieght near New Smyrna Beach. ask its backing. I place to another and are often mistaken
played to a capacity audi- Most top US. labor leaders,(This Incident compelled of Mayor New The executive council Is madeup for arthritis. These, too, will generally
William Hathaway
of 29 vice and
ence of 3,200 last night and drewa Including AFL-CIO President presidents vanish when is removed from
Beach to ask President ..
George Meany are on hand. other top officers of the 13.S Dr. *
i tumultuous welcome from Johnson to use federal forces to million member federation hot, Irritated nerves in the spine.
Reynolds is expected to try to reP1resenting
teen-agers blended with middle-
violence the FEC, or
halt along
aged folk. Perhaps the fact the soften the attitude of the AFL-,shut down the railroad until the in the practically nation.Heart every onion -I Hip joint disease concentrates in one or both hip

youngsters were outnumbered II NEW AWARD--Jim Wellmen, right, president .f Wellmen- CIO's Maritime Trades',Depart strike is settled.Leighty Joints. This causes stiffness of the leg, with possibly a

what kept the situation In hand. Lord Enlrieerlnf C., Lakeland, reeelvei, en behalf .f hie comery ment on its threat to boycott appearing on a Joint limp. Many times this condition can be relieved by re-
of wheat bound for Russia
Not a chair was overturned. end employei, a new ewerd flven for the first time thlt loading, unless at least 50 per cent- television Interview with Thornton Gas? : moving nerve ,interference In the spine with no painful f

The restraint was In marked rear by the United *",,'. It I. the Excellent Award, which will of it aboard U.S. ships. denied he had ever said manipulations of the Inflamed Joint. 5
contrast to the mop topped ... and goes Hurt,..III I Mlnutilor :
be (relented to thoM compeniei whew totol firm, .utlv. Reynolds also Is expected to such a thing. Stop flaking .

singers'national arrival at Miami Inter- ....plo'.. ivlnf oicoodt by et leeit 20 Per cent the "Fair Sh..." confer with G. E. Leighty, chief leighty last week asked the your el 3M Ant etc tlin*it of eniMltt(futiMi. Chew.Kttp titleneteblrfe M b..I; Low back pains at waist level or lower, usually are i

Airport last Thursday goal determined. for them by ".. of simple formulo. Melvln negotiator for 11 unions on strike FBI to investigate the possibility or aocktt tar IINeAirrmmful t and 11110VM the result of injury to the popular "sacro-iliac Joints" Lao ,

when windows were broken, Eetreff. Fund ..,d...", presents tho owerd to Wellmen. The against the Florida East Coast that the FEC was so eager to Boll-oni.can'I todiy relieve Sand, poitil la drun Soil-am' Got, I are those miserable sciatic pains.. These Joints

autos by damaged flying glass.The and. youngsterscut englneorlnf eompony and. employee as.. more then $10,300 to Railway (FEC) in a bitter 13- lar get some of business the multibillion at Cape Ken-dol- Honiobuti, N. V, far /llboril: ...temple.--v.. I must be restored to proper alignment for permanent re

the 1964 esmpeign.WellmanLord. month old strike marked by space lief. Chiropractic care has resulted In hundreds of these
Beatles the main
were attraction nedy that It would do practically .
dynamitings, shootings and oth-
the Ed conditions being corrected.
on Sullivan anything to achieve it.John.on .
Show (CBS) televised from the Exceeds er alleged sabotage involved in the .
His efforts In both cases face got MATHER For as long as this patient could remember he had
Napoleon Room of the luxurious railroad dispute after union
stiff attitudes from labor suffered with his back, constant headaches, "noises" in
Deauville Hotel.
Quota For United FundWellman An AlL-CIO spokesman Indi- pickets appeared at a new spur FURNITUREOPEN
The gray-haired men and the 'track entering Cape Kennedyand his ears and nervouness. He had developed stomach trouble
cated the maritime unions would
matronly women turned their construction crews workingon restlessness at Rfg'ht.snd a''general tired feeling. X-
attention from the Beatles to -Lord Engineering Estroff said the walnut and find considerable executive sympathy on the Merritt Island moonport rays revealed the'caws'of.his r pfoWera and helped his
the of the coun-
watch In utter fascination as the first firm to complete solicitation bronze plaque would remain in cil, part headed by Meany, in support HOUSE Chiropractor to main the nacessar ': ,h'ectlonl. His backaches

the teen-agers In the rear of the of its nearly 200 employee the possession of the companyas of a wheat-loading boycott. FIX BROKEN DENTURES and other symptoms gradually TaoWaway.. -.
long as it continued to be ,, _. : .
audience vented their emotions ,q,, ..
for the 1964 United Fund campaign A face-to-face meeting between SVJSrJWX .PLATE WELD
with piercing yells and stomping one of the pacesetting givers in FEC official Anniversary If your back, palm persist} in spite,4f your efforts.-
reported today that the Lelghty a Am tir* FLATK-WCLD retain hreiki,
feet. The older people seemed support of community services last night did nothing to bring craeki end rrplicti inch Simply tow call your doctor of Chiropractic today for .1t Ppolntment. ..
more interested In the girls company and its employes had Jerard A Kent, Fund cam- the two sides closer to the negotiating on then-put,o.t to.ech.r.iicciiilul'FLAIK nuthixl Wi.1 driM4 6 awe lorhome Fri. Feb. 21st

than In the Beatles exceeded the Fair Share quota paign chairman, an officer with! table in that dispute.W. '........ Worke pvrfprtly every_ Next Article Next Monday

Uniformed policemen and the established for the firm by more Wellman-Lord, said "Some may L. Thornton, chief operat time! or Monet AND bult.OTHER Only I DRtHVItSTB II.ft etBTKPRD8
hotel's security force were than 20 per cent and thereby wonder at the early accomplishment I .
sprinkled throughout the vast became the first winner of the by my company but it was'

room, but not a single demandwas Fund's highest award, the Ex-'one of a dozen encouraged to
made on them. cellence award. make an early start. In my

4,100 See Rehearsal The award was presented today case, I wanted the company
with which I am associated to
by the Fund' president,
Some 4,100 had seen the Beat-
Melvin B. Estroff, to WellmanLord' -complete its drive before urging
ties at an afternoon dress rehearsal -
like other
president, Jim Wellman. support by companiesand
Observers said the audience -
consisted mostly of teen- Giving by the engineering employes.
company and employes totaled "I am proud of our accom-
and therefore was less restrained -
than $10.500 increaseof plishment and can now hold
more an my New
than the night crowd.
almost $4,500 over the givingby head high when speaking to premiumESSO
The number of seats was reduced economy
the same company in 1963 other groups. I could have no
at the night show to accommodate -
loads of televising Even then the company was a greater thrill, nor the commu
leading supporter of the Fund, nity any greater accomplishment -
equipment Hundreds were turn- according to Fund officials., than for every organization ,of'"
away. Heading up the drive in the to have equal success It .
Police said they had to restrain -company was an employe, Jim would put us way over our 1964 I ..... --

one woman who was Ham' I goal of $231,000 and really make r.----
frustrated because she could not :: wonderful
In presenting the Excellence possible some aerv-
get into the auditorium. She began -Award on behalf of the Fund, ices in our area which would '

beating her head on the Estroff read the award's Inscrip- benefit us all, each and everyone PLUS

sidewalk tion as follows: "This organization ." I I
Although admission was free, and employes lead othersIn The Fund presently supports
there were reports of ticket continuous annual financial deficit operational funds of 17

scalping, with some fans payingup backing of vital community health, welfare and recreational
to $10 for a glimpse of the[services the united way." service. I :

English Imports. ... .i

Notables In the audience Included 'r' ... ,
Heavyweight Boxing ,

Champion mer Champion Sonny Joe Liston Louis and for' RUPTUREDFREE I :. I I I j

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West German government ex- DEMONSTRATION

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Ledger Staff Writer program. The second expansion NEW YORK (AP) The stock ed on 8,000 shares, off % at 53 Eastman Kodak advanced 1%

The Lakeland City Commission was offered by both Commissioner market was mixed in moderately: General Dynamics rose % to to no'/i! on 2,800 shares.
voted today to proceed W Y. Wooten and R. active trading at the opening 28% on 7,000 shares. I W. R. Grace slipped '4 to 50
2,300 shares Du Pont declined
'" with $600,000 H. Gibson. today Brunswick on
a sanitary sewer I was unchanged at % to 263%.
L expansion under the federal Before the vote was recorded Changes of most key stocks 10% on 5,100 shares I United Aircraft rose % to 45
accelerated Public Works on the change In city
were Also unchanged were Ford. at on 1,200 shares
Program. policy. Mayor Harold Grlzzard MCA Inc. opened unchangedat 53 on 1,500 shares; Radio Corp. On Friday the Associated
City Manager Robert V. read a letter from Dudley P. Won> 17,600 shares I at 107/ on 2,100; and Texaco,I Press average of 60 stocks rose
Youkey was authorized to seek Towne, a member of the national International Telephone open- at 73?% on 2,100. .2 to 294.7.
a federal grant of about $300 affairs committee of the ,
000 for completion of a sanitary Greater Lakeland Chamberof
sewer program In the Commerce. Towns objected BLUE CHIPS

Lake Parker area, and for extending to the municipality seekingany --
a sanitary sewer line grants from the federal !
to the developing Lone Palm government He said that a -- tlOWCHoulPrHERC I.ErrER

Housing complex.Commissioners. change in policy would make SiiDPEt4 ( SEND IT TO )
the city look "ridiculous and ogpEg ic IN, lF'nlAl'MR&M HIYNEXT I
voted 8 to Ito inconsistent." PIGEON. l1pffENcAA \ OFKINJ
rescind the action of the ,
Dawklns told the commission --- CAU... A0'flTT-.
1963 city commission spurning
that he was to meet with
i federal assistance for essen-
tlal municipal improvements. George W. Jenkins at noon to HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION FILED-Pelk County Te. Assessor J.", .. L, Sadie, left, leaks an
discuss the extension of sewer as Robert. H. Samples,, deputy tat ......., helps Charles T. Banner, right, af the Old Polk City
:. t. Only West Dissents lines to the Lone Palm area. Read Me far hemettead a.....,H.". Rede and member. af his stall wars at the Lakeland CM

The only dissenting vote ,Jenkins, president of PubliX Center today ta accept hameitead oiomptlon applications, and will music h... for that purpoie
against the change In policy', Super Markets, Inc., is also for the cut severe. 40,.. ledger Photo by Perklni)
president of the corporation
was cast by Commissioner
developing the Lone Palm golf
James R. West.

the Under governing the decision body.made about by course and housing complex. Haley Says Ghana Is ExampleOf * *

$300,000 will be of local
spent United Fund \1
taxpayers' funds for the Improvement The InvestorBy
grant from, with Washington.a matching Week BeginsJunior Failure Of Foreign Policy

Emory Dawklns the city's WASHlNGTON-The nation against the United States in vituperative tommyrot Is allowed WILLIAM A. DOYLE I fund and that other investors

"'" consulting engineer estimated In LakelandThis has been witnessing "another Accra his capital. to In Accra's Q. When my husband passed I who had previously purchased
that the overall of appear
glaring example of the fruitsof "But the apologies were followed away I Invested nearly all of shares have redeemed (cashedin
two major sewer projects tightly-controlled press? ) two million shares.
will be "United Fund a foreign policy based in a matter of hours the I had In shares of
would be 600000. Of this total Week" for many Lakeland largely upon the theory that by a vicious newspaper attackon "I think the answer is fairly 11 am money a That would increase the num.
he estimated the city cost mutual fund. That was a coupleof ber of shares of
PrIce outstanding
men's service clubs, with at friendship can be bought the young embassy aide obvious. The Ghanlans-at
on extending the sewer line to least six of these organizations U.S. Rep. James A. Haley of (himself a Negro Incidentally) least as represented by the years ago. By reading the reports the fund by 10( millionliftingthe
Lone Palm at $127,000. The estimated sent to me by this mutual total number of shares out.
devoting their programsthis Sarasota said in his newsletter who stood up against the mob Nkrumah administrationarethe Air Reduction ........... 57?'
cost, using federal week to the United from the capital."I and kept it from desecratingthe fund and the newspapers, I find standing to 20 million.
Fund kind of bite Aldens ...........,.,.,.. 28
matching funds for the Lake which is now 1964 am referring to what Is Stars and Stripes. The people !\% that the value of each of my And let's say that the total
Parker project was $170,000 of campaign. .taY/llti happening in Ghana an African newspaper involved here Is not the hand that feeds them, Allegheny Ludlum ...... 39(% shares Is no higher now than It assets of XYZ Mutual Fund are

local tax funds A highlight of each of the nation 'emergent' largely just an independent organ-It presumptively In the hope that Allied Chem ......,...... 54 was at the time I bought them now $200 million. Divide that

Dawklns pointed out that the presentations will be the show because of a generous outpour. is Nkrumah's principal mouth they will be fed more. Un. Allied Stores .......,.. .. 57% But from these reports I total asset value by the number -
city now has about $200,000 ing of American dollars in he said. learn that the total "...setv.lue" of shares (20 million) out
ing of the Lakeland United so- piece, fortunately this is no isolated Am Bosch ....,..... ..... NS
of the fund Is much standing and see that the
in validated bonds which have Fund's official called foreign aid, Rep. "The Ghanian Times has you
not been issued for sanitarysewer "The Wonderful campaign World of John film Haley said. been venemous and irrational attitude on the part of those Am Cyanamid ........... 60]% higher and that the mutual fund asset value per share is now $10.

Improvements.Under Runyon." Five-year-old John "In exchange for this generosity In the extreme in Its villifica- who have been the recipientsover Am Home Prd .......... 65% has a great deal many more A mutual fund invests the

the accelerated pub- Runyon who stars in the 10- we are getting insults tlon of this American Emerson handouts the we years have of made the lavish in the Am Hospital ............ 22% shares "outstanding." If that I II money It receives by the sale
the doesn't each share of shares In different
lic works program, Oawkins minute movie, is to attend the and worse from the Ghanlans. Player as a Judas for name of 'mutual security'," Am Mach & Frdy ...... IS'/\ case why many se
curities. If the
President Nkrumah's have a higher value? market value of
said, the municipality would meetings, accompanied by Soviet- having kept his own flag fly Rep. Haley said Am Metal Prd ........... NS Because those securities"
be able to proceed with plain Jerard A. Kent. campaign style dictatorship has offered ing. What kind of people are Am Motor .............. 167 A. (as you point out) "portfolio goes
there shares of the the asset value of
for Others Do The Same are more up each
perfunctory apologies the these
what kind of
to undertake the chairman or John 1,. Snook, man Is '
two projects AmRes&Dev .......... 23'/
; fund outstanding owned by share of the mutual fund also
without further delay. chairman of the Commerceand indignities perpetrated Kwame Nkrumah when such "At this very moment, for Am Seating ............. 47'/'; investors. goes up. If the market value of

Commissioner West asked Industry Committee. instance we are fighting an Am Tobacco ............. 28% Here, again, we find that those portfolio securities goes
i if the use of federal funds Young Runybn the son of Mr. 750 Expected To AttendBoys' interminable war in VietNam i Am Tel & Tel........... 144<%; using an exam- down, the asset value per shareof
would Increase the over all and Mrs. B. L. Runyon of 726 with helicopters and the Ampex ......... ......... IS1/; pie will\ probably the mutual fund goes down.
cost of Improvements. Ellerbe Way attends Lake lives and welfare of American Aria Pub Ser ............ 307 1 be the It's as simple as that.
Dawklns said that he believed land Day Nursery, one of the- Club Event TonightAbout boys and men, for a people Armco Steel............ 67 'easiest way to "\ Because of the ups and downsof
the cost would be increased agencies participating in the who revile us We woo a man Atcha top ............... 28/ explain this. stock market prices fund

about two per cent because United Fund program. 150 persons are expected versity and now minister of named Ben Bells glorifyinghim All Refin ........... ...... 53% Let's say that ; share values sometimes go up,
of the additional paper Kent or Snook will tell the. to attend tonight's the First Baptist Church of as the liberator of his Auto Can ................ 14'' you bought 1,. .... ", sometimes go down. Some mutual
work in applying for federal clubs of plans to raise a record Boys' Club board of directors Winter Park. Dr. Parrish, who people, and he goes home and Avco ............... ..... 227 000 shares of funds show better "per
grants. $231,000 this year for the annual dinner, announced Carl has spoken frequently In Lakeland says he is a friend of the Beneficial......... ..... 57 XYZ Mutual I formance" than others. The

William P. Warner directorof continued operation of the 17 Schowe executive director of is also a past governorof Soviet Union. Beth Steel ............... 33'/\ fund and, at same thing can be said about
public works, told the commission participating agencies the club. the Florida District of KI. "The French, who twice Blaw-Knox ............... NS the time you individual securities.
that federal funds are Clubs To Help The dinner will be held at Wants, and a former presidentof have been lifted by American Berg-Warner .....,.. .... 46% made your investment The big drop in stock market
not immediately available. He Ten men's service clubs are 7 o'clock in the gymnasium of the Florida Baptist Convention lives and blood from beneaththe Brunswick .........,..... 10% thatmutual prices in 1962 sent the per share
aid that the congress Is expected providing teams_of volunteersto the Boys' Club North Lake Stetson Alumni Association crushing boot of the German Burlington .........,..... 44'/ fund DOYLE asset values of most mutual
to vote additional funds contact total of more than Avenue at Parker Street. and a member of the Army still take our Burroughs ............... 22}. had an asset value of $10 a funds way way down. Even to-
under the accelerated public 200 firms having 10 employea The speaker will be Dr. board of the Miami Baptist money-but thumb their noses Cat Tractor ............. 51'/ share. The total value of the day some have not recovered to
works program and that the or more. The clubs have' Jn James W Parrish, formerly Hospital. at us while Charles de Gaulle Celanese ,.........'/....... 597 shares you bought was 10000. the higher levels they hit latein
Atlanta office of the Housingand fact the job of raising*61 per- vice president of Stetson Unl- Tonight's program will also makes friends with Communist Chenetron ............... 26% (You probably paid more than 1962.
Home Financing Agency cent of the entire goal amount.As include the installation of officers I. China. Pakistan accepts our Ches & Ohio ............. NS 10000. When you buy sharesof
had advised that applicationsfor a way of thanking the and directors of the Boys' money for airports, then uses Chrysler ....... .......... 40/ most mutual funds you paya Q. I own some shares of stockof
grants should be made clubs for their participation 6 Hurt In Club. These include W. V. It to build a road to Com Cin Gas & Elec .......... NS commission charge-in most a small-town bank. Despite

now, Kent or Snook will present (Benny) Fenton, president; munist China Nehru turns a Cities Ser .....,.......... 681;/ cases equal to some 7'% or 8% repeated requests I have never
Dawkins said that the application each with a scroll award. The Two WrecksIn William Lord, vice president; cold face to us when we ask Coca Cola ...............119 per cent of the amount invested -1 received any financial reportson
for federal financial clubs will be ,competing during Scott Linden, treasurer, and for friends, but when the Chinese Colgate!! .Pal .............. 42'/'' .) the profits etc., of the bank.
assistance could possibly delay the drive to see which can Leon Sikes Jr., secretary-treas cross his border he Collins: KaaColumbia ..... ...... ... NS Let's say that, at the time Why
the Lake Parker programby bring in the highest percentage LakelandSix urer Directors to be Installedare screams for help-and we Gas .......,.... 28% you bought your shares, XYZ A: Probably because the bank
about three months. of increase over 1963 Robert Evans Alan Limber send It."And. Com Credit .............. 40* Mutual Fund had exactly 10 (like many many other companies .
The motion to reverse last giving by the assigned firms. Frank Fore, Mark louis so what do we do? Con Edison ............... 82 million shares outstanding. Withan ) is not required to send
year's policy of rejecting any Other forms of competitionwill persons were injured, Harvey Hardy, Floyd B. Bowen Well for one thing, we sell Con Foods ................ 47V asset value of $10 a share out such reports to stockhold.
federal grants for essential also be In effect. none seriously in two accidents Melvin Estroff and Willard wheat to Russia to keep the Consumer Pwr ........... 48% ([multiplied by 10 million) we ers. This Is one of the things
afternoon and
improvements was made by The schedule calls for the last yesterday Elsberry Reds from starving while they Cont Can ............ ..... 48" find that the total asset value or that may be changed-if Con.
Commissioner John H. Wood- showing of the movie and night in Lakeland. devote their efforts to finding Cont Oil .......,.......... 64/ the fund was $100 million. gress shows any signs of movingout
all Jr. The second was by award presentation to four Patrolman W. D. Helm who ways to destroy us. And for Ctrl Data ....... .......... 92>/ Now, let's say that since that of low gear and passes legis-
Commissioner Lois Searl. service clubs tomorrow Investigated both accidents Man Posts BondIn another, we let the Kremlin's Corn Prds ................ 63% time, investors have purchased lation proposed by the Securities .
Woodall also made the motionto "Luckily one of the meetIngs said three persons were injured agent Castro, run a Cuban Crown Cork ........... ... 27% 12 million more shares of the & Exchange Commission.
instruct Youkey to seek is set for noon." Kent in an accident yesterday school for saboteurs and revolutionaries Curtiss-Wrlght ...,........ 18%
said "but we will have to afternoon at the Intersectionof Lottery Case trained to turn Den&Ri0RR ........... NSGovernor's Ua.m.Price. 11 a.m.
budget our time very carefullyto South Mississippi Avenue Latin American governments
Two Injured In make the other three which and McDonald Street. BARTOW A 31 against us. And, of course Price
are"scheduled for that evening The accident occurred, Helm Haines City man has year been re we still whip out the old De Soto Chem ......... ... 20}% Parks Davis ............ 36>/

Auto CollisionTwo Other ShowingsThe by reported Frances when Robinson a car driven Ether. leased from county jail after pursue checkbook purchased and witlessly friendship.1 I Office Site 'Dr. Pepper ................ 35}' Penney JC ..,......... 45

movie is to be shown idge of 603 W. Beacon St. collided posting a $500 bond on a chargeof "The time has come (it Of Dresser Inds .............. 26% Pepsi Cola .............. NS

persons were slightly Injured tomorrow during the noon with an auto driven by possession of lottery para came long ago, in fact) for WeddingTALLAHASSEE DuPont ... .. ..............263% Pfizer .................... 50%

in a two-car crash on the meeting of the Rotary Club at Brenda Jean West of Plant phernalia. discarding this type of foreign (APThere Eastman Kodac ..........126'/ Phila Elec .............. 34'/'a
Old Tampa Highway and Wa. the Cadet Restaurant and Tommy Green McClancey The time has '
bash Avenue this morning. during night meetings of the City knocked Mrs.unconscious Etheridge was Negro of 100 Avenue A, Haines I policy.repeat, for us to developand come was a wedding in the office of Gamble Skgmo ............ NS Phillip Morris ......,..... 70%

Sgt. H. W. Foster identified Exchange Club at the Cadet collision. by the City was arrested early Satur. stand four-square behind the governor of Florida today, Ga Pac ..... ............... 52 Phillips Pet ............. 47%
them as Sandra J, Ward of 2513 Restaurant the Junior Chamber Others day morning when Sgt. James a foreign policy based on whatis first to take place there in the Gen Elec ....... ....,..... 88% Phllphs Dodge ........... 65%
Lawndale Road and Patricia of Commerce at the Crest Helm said Hurt Bowens and members of the best for the United States, memory of the most veteran Gen Foods ........,....... 89'/ Piper Air ............... 46%
Snapp of 838 N. Golden Rule Restaurant and the Imperial suffered face Mrs. Etheridge vice squad executed a search not on what is best for other state workers and perhaps the Gen Inst ................. 15 Pit Plate Glass .......... 57%
Drive. Mrs. Ward and Miss Sertoma Club at the Gold Cup cuts and complained warrant on his home nations," Rep. Haley said Gen Motors .............. 781/ Proctor Gamble ........ 81%
Snapp were taken to Lakeland Dining Room. of a headache when first time in the state's history. Gen Tel & Elec ... ........ 32% Pub Srv Elec & Gas .... 77%

General Hospital where they The film also Is to be she was revived. Miss West The ceremony, uniting Mrs. Gen Time ... ...... ......... 12], Pure Oil .. ..........,.. 42:%
were treated for their injuries. shown Wednesday at the Ser. suffered a bruised left arm, r y' as awhile Cleo Roe 53, widowed switchboard Gen Tire .................. 22'/' Rayblstos Man ......... 39% .J'
The accident occurred. Foster toma Club meeting at the a passenger in MissWest's t) J I U ITI operator In the office and Gillette .................. 311;% Rep Steel............... 41%

said. when a car driven by Harry Cadet Restaurant and Thursday 'I Lester Luga 61, a retired Jack W. R. Grace ... ........... 50 RJ. Reynolds ........,.. 39%
Smith of 804 Bel Air collided at the Citrus Center Kiwanis 1735 Great A & P Tea .......... 35* Reynolds Met ............ 36/
with an auto driven by Mrs. Club meeting at the plained sonville postal worker also Greyhound ... ...... .... ... 48'% Rhod Sel Trust .......... 6
Ward. Miss Snapp was a passenger Gold Cup Dining Room. had marked two other firsts.It Gruman .. .. .. .. ...... ... 42 R.C. Cola .... ............ ]3>4
in Mrs. Ward's auto. "A preview showing of the were I formed was the Florida's first wedding per. IBM ..... .. ............ .. 558 Safeway Stores ......... NS
Smith who was not injured film came during the noon eral and by newest supreme Int Harvester .. ........ 59% Scott Paper ............ 37%
was charged with failing to yield meeting of the Kiwanis Club Mrs. night."U' Gen.court Richard Justice former IMC .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... NS earboard Air R ........ 45
the right of way. Damage to Friday at Morrison's Cafeteria with I : Atty.has been the Ervln who Int Min" Chem .. ...... 71% Sears .... ... .,........., 105%
Smith's car was estimated at ," Kent said. Later showings of way month today.on high court a Int Paper .. .. .. .. .. .. .. hattuch ................ 12
$350 and damage to the car are scheduled to be made j It also was the first time In tnt Tel & Tel ... .. ....... 31'/a Sinclair Oil ............ 46

Mrs. Ward was operating was before Lions Optimist and three ; _ his life that Gov. Farris Bryant ones & Laughlin ..... .... 55 Socony ................... 72>/a
estimated at $300. Civitan clubs he stated. Street had given a bride thoughhe Kelsey Hayes ... ......... 68" SC. Elec & Gas .......... NS
nue last J presumably will\away become more Kimberly Clark ....... ... 64% Southern ................. NS
The accident occurred. Helm practiced as his three daughters Cerr-McGee ... ........... 77'/< Sperry Rand ............ 19'%
District 7 Band ContestSet said when a car driven by wed. Korvette .. .. .. .......... 32% piegel .. ................ 30%
Robert Felton Atkisson of 1119N. The wedding took place Lear-Siegler.. .. ......... 13% Std Oil Cal ....... ...... 62'/i'
Saturday In LakelandLakeland Davis Ave., collided withan quietly at 8:15: a m. with none .iggette & Myers ....... 76% Std Oil Ltd .............. 64
auto driven by Ethel Brown the Litton Inds .. ......... 69%
but immediate office staff; Std Oil NJ, ............ .. SO"/
will host the District Clark of Welch. W, Vs.Atkiesoncornplsined. present. The newlyweds then lone Star Gas .......... 22% Sunray Oil ....... ....... 31%
high schools participating of loral Elec ......... ..... 8'/'/
and left for a one-week honeymoon. Tenn Gas & Trans ....... 20%
7 junior senior band are: Bartow Denison stomach pains while Mrs. P. Lorrillard .., ......... 44'/'
'. Texaco .... .. ............ 73%
contest Saturday. as part of Lakeland
Kathleen and South. Clark: and a passenger her Madison Fd ............ 20
Texaco Gulf Sul ......... 23/
the contest being throughout west. husband. Robert W. Clark Magnavox ... ..... .....,.. 39'-'
the Florida ; Tidewater ............. 41%
Bandmasters the state Contest.by The contest will open at 8 both suffered face cuts. All of Driver ChargedIn Marguardt .. .. .. ........ 9% Tractor Sup .............. 21%
o'clock in
the civic center and the injured were treated and Martin Marietta .... ..... 20
and orchestras Union Bag ............... 36
The bands
will continue throughout the released from the hospital. McCrory ..... ... .... ..... 11%
will before Florida AccidentWINTER Union Oil .......... .,.... 80%
perform day with band
members graded Helm said Mrs. Clark was McKesson ...... .... .... NS
music in effort Union Pac ............... 39%
judges an to in
win ratings and the Bands their special fields. charged with running a red Merk .... .. .... ... ....... 116'/4' Union Tank .........,. ... 35%
superior will be judged in con light. HAVEN Mrs. Minn. Hnwl .. ...... .... 133'/'
chance enter the Annual United Fin .......... ..... 27'%
State Contest to in Tampa. cert bers. and sight reading num Evelyn W. Gordon of 1820 MMM .. .. .. .... ... 69% United Fruit ............. 21
An Icelandic relates how Second St., NW, has been Montg Ward ..... ........ 37'/
Bands soloists ensembles At 7:30 o'clock saga U.S. Inds .. ......,..... ., 9
and twirlers from high schools night the: bands Saturday Leif Ericson. in about 1000 discovered charged with reckless drivIng Nat Biscuit ....... ....... 58% U.S. Rubber ............. 47%
and junior high schools in five their will perform a strange new land he after her automobile Nat Can ...... .... ....... 16% U.S. Steel .................54V4;
marching drills at Bryant struck two parked cars on Sec Nat ... ............. 69
counties will perform in Lakeland Stadium and called Wineland or Vinland. Dairy Upjohn .................. 55%
Saturday. finale for the, is will a grand Lairs Vinland has been variously A CHAT WITH A GEMINI CHIEF-Mm PeN Symant, ond Street yesterday after. Nat Fuel... ............. 32% Vendo .................... NS
day pre doughrer af Mr and Mrs noon. Nat Gypsen .............. 46% Warner-Lambert 25
located at different Wilfrad
High schools entered in the sent a short many T. Symeni, 1(95 Kathleen Read, %
contest are: Auburndale mass band con places along the coast from chits with Dr. David P. Morris Jr., chief of launch lire medical Damage to her car was set Nat Tea ... .. ........ ..... 14% W. Air Brake ,.::::::::: 31V4
cert.The ptratioits at 400. Damage to automobiles Nia-Mohawk ...... .. ..... 52% Westinghouse ............ 33%
Avon Park. Bartow. Citrus public is Invited to attend Chesapeake Bay to Hudson Bay. at Cap Kennedy, at Georgia Southern College at State
Lakeland. Lake Placid Lake the Most scientists have placed it in boyS, Ca., where MIM Symom It belonging to Henry Cope Okla Gas & Elec ........ NS Winn Dixie .............. 29%
evening perform. a tophomore. Dr. Marrli, knawnas
Jr. and Edna Kennedy was Outboard Marine .. ... 184! Woolworth ...... ....... 73'%
Wales Herncndo. Sebring, ances. Admission Cod and Rhode she
will be "ettonding '
Cape '
ahytlclan la Ski eitrerieuti, it In chergo of the estimated at $250 and $150( Pac Gas & Elec .... 31
Pasco and Zephyrhtlls. charged. where wild reject Gemini respectively n. % Xerox .. .............. tV/t
grapes grow. flight. Pan Am Sulphur ....,.... 23 Zenith Rad ............... 78't '/


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Camp 'Lt* ?

10 snday. F.b. 17, J884


only three absentee the Detroit Tiger Early Campat

went into full awing yesterday Tlgertown j *

Only pitchers Pete Craig, C lick Egan and Frank Lary were '

missing yesterday and all are due to be on hand before the '1 HillRodriguezop
week la o'er. A whole passel of players reported yesterday, Aip -

including lanky Jim Brown ace i.of .the Lakeland Tiger staff last ., :, 1 ,
-- --- ------
summer l
Tiger Manager Charley Ores and Wood who married a ?' i \'

sen Indicated yesterday the dally Lakeland girl reports he was Continental
workouts would continue with happy "to be away from that

squad games scheduled for later son. He's got good lung," & i
this week. Some will probablybe Ronald Wood Is only sin week

played at Henley Field with old Wood added he doubtedIf 4 DAYTONA BEACH (AP) said he experienced no trouble

time and dates to be announced his family would be ableto Reliable cars win races with the lights the way they

later this week. There will be come to Lakeland this 1 even one headlight short and were-two driving lIghts and

no charge for these farmhand spring. ',. trouble can sometime be a one headlight-and Rodriguezsaid
; .}
"How did like the out. r
contests you
blessing In disguise. he too found the
I going
field? Joe Falls of the Detroit
This spring the Early Camp i Phil Hill of Santa Monica easy.

I* loaded with players seekingto Free" Press quizzed. Calif and Pedro! Rodriguez of'' Hill and Rodriguez averaged
I liked it real well It's .
bounce back from arm ail Mexico City attested to these about 98 miles per hour and took
ments. One Brown workedout mighty roomy out there, Wood truths III describing their vie top prize of 12300.
smiled and added "But
briefly yesterday and reported know get lonely: out there you -_. tory In the Daytona Continental After leading more than half t
no twinges from a you afternoon and the
too" He indicated he didn't Sunday morning, race a Ford powered Cobra ,

warmup session Brown hurt mind the fact that the experiment BRASS CONFAB-Coachai, ", ."...n. tcavra and TI... aril- coach Stubby. Ovirmlro, Manager Charley Oration tctut Remit night-all 1.243 miles of it. driven by Dave McDonald of El

his arm here last summer and to convert him to the out. slob hove an unofficial confab lose life'. she b...." a.rI, Cam* deVUairot end coach Fat Myllm. Syracuta Manager Frank c.... I The race over the combined Monte Calif., and Bob Holbert,

bad to be sent home to Chi- field had been disbanded. "1 ...." yaitarday. TI'. Tigar btat, kit to rfghrt Coach well I I. juit b.hlnd Mavli whila DreMoii completely. tcreoni scoot banked and road courses lasted the American road racing
cago. He has done little throw. don't where I W. ,,. Blackburn couch Bob Swift .. Visa raila'ant 12 hours and 40 minutes and champion from Warrington. Pa.,
Ing during the off hopIng care play just sot TI. (tick. Oeorga Spencer. (Lea'ger fhor by HugheOdoing ) I
to work his season back in isn't pitcher. I don't think I'm 'anvil cant Id Kotollnoi, KRaivlDo M.nD,", lobby Mavis was billed as the longest race was eliminated by a pit fire.
arm __ United
ever held In the States I
-- ---- ------- --- David
too hot on the mound he grin - Piper and Luclen Blan.
shape this spring. ned and returned to the work The left front tire of their red chi were forced to the
pits fora
beau.ty Tim. Runs Out
Tom Fletcher the bonus -
Ferrari blew early in the race
of two summers ago, also outs.So 'and resulted In a damaged front lengthy stop because of repairs
far three Ten Berths to the
only Tigers are Officials electrical sys
took his first pitching session At-Large AL fender. Mechanics later ham
yesterday and reported no ill unsigned, pitchers Hank tem. cost them a shotat
effects. And Ron Chandler, with Aguirre Terry Fox and Lary.Nene mered the tender away from the No. 1 position and combined
will be considered hold. the wheel. with .
the Cobra's fire aided
Lakeland briefly last summer outs until Feb. 29 when the Face Finley Found Going Easy the Hill-Rodrlgues team
said he felt good after hurling
Saturday. Tiger open regular spring Eyed Powers But the headlight from that which was ahead by 19 miles at
Infielder Jake Wood was one drill at Henley Field. By Cage side of the car was gone and the finish.
the Crisis Rodriguez said he wasn't sure
Since diamonds are all Friday
of those reporting yesterday I The fire in the pit caught mechanic
connected and there Is danger how it would react once John Olson
of fans getting hit by batted By BOB GREEN assured of bids to each. In so. The Bruins rolled over drivers were forced to find their underneaththe

balls, observers are requestedto Associated Press Sports Writer such a case the school can Washington twice last week, BOSTON (AP-The American way around the track In the car where he was checkinga

Heuga Wins stay off the fields. make Its own choice. 73-58 and 88-60, pushing their League lost the World Series darkness. Race rules state that grease leak. He was treated at
A number of basketball the hospital for burns
college Villanova, with victories over record to 21.0.Michigan the All-Star Game and attendance ;each car must have at least two on left
coaches and athletic arm and face.
Polk Electric Five directors Duquesne, 73-63 and Canislus. No. 2 In the nation last season. Now forward lights working.
are sitting nervously be- 73-58 last week is 8-1 comes a Feb. 21 summit meeting Third place went to the Ferrari -
Ski Title ranked leads the Big Ten at I Hill a 38-year-old veteran
In Tourney TonightTAMPA side telephones today. For some eighth In the nation on a 19.2 and 17-2 over-all. when fellow owners decide shared by Walton Hanseen

of them, It will ring once. For record. There are Indications it Kentucky is ranked third at whether to lose Charles O. Fin. of Bedmlnster N.J., and Bob
Polk Electric of some twice. For tome not at Colvin Didn'tUndergo Grossman of Nyack N.Y.
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCH.I would prefer the NCAA spot if 18-2. but shares the Southeastern
ley.Time I
Lakeland meet the Merchants all. Dan of Costa Mesa
Largo offered but would be one of the Conference lead with Georgia twice has run out on Gurney ,
EN. Germany (AP) Bold,' at 9:15: p.m. today In the They're waiting for the word big attractions for the NIT. Tech each 8.2 in the league. deadlines for Athletics' owner SurgeryRobert Calif., and Bob Johnson of Columbus

brazen Jimmy Heuga of Tahoe third contest of the opening from the National Invitation Oregon State No. 9 In the nation No. 4 Davidson tops the Southern Finley to sign a lease with Kan. Colvin Auburndale Ohio broke the Ferrari

City, Calif., has established round Tampa Independent Basketball Tournament and the National pushed its record to 21-3 at 19.3 and 8-2; No. 5 Duke sa* City officials.No High School junior football hold on the top positions by taking .

himself as the crown prince of Tournament. Collegiate Athletic Association with a 76-72 decision over Seat. leads the Atlantic Coast at 17-3 AgreementSo and basketball standout, did fourth place and $800.

American sking by adding a The other Lakeland entry top which start picking the fields tie last week and DePaul, No. and 100. far there's ho agreement not undergo surgery as reported

new twist to his training pro seeded Dick' Auto Sales will for their tournaments. the two 10, Is 16-2 after victories over Vandy Out reached or action taken. Mid. In yesterday's Ledger.

gram. not play until Wednesday nightIn major post-season attractions. Marquette 7269 and Western night Saturday passed and Fin. According to official at Santa Fe
Heuga bronze medalist in the the final tilt of the first round. Fifteen of the 2S berths In the Ontario 9858. Vanderbilt lost twice over ley's adamant two years or- Lakeland General Hospital
the week 71-71 In overtime to
the Winter CAA tournament arc reserved lease stand Colvin Is In "good condition"with \
slalom at Olympics nothing appeared to
the first team to 64-82 Tennessee
Temple Is Georgia Tech and to
International field for conference champions but the AL severe headache The
whipped an stymie as effectively as
Pearce Gets Ace Pilots
be assured of a tourney berth, and dropped to a share Hosts
also there
the other 10 hospital reported
that included the Innsbruck go to at-large Sandy Koufax had the pennant.
gold medalists and won the At HutchesonHarry teams. The NCAA started bid having wrapped up the Middle of fourth in the SEC and appears winning Yankees. had been no operation as of
Atlantic and a In of losing its No. (
championship danger
coveted combined trophy Sun ding for those 10 teams today President Joe Cronin took the yet and doctors are still running Santa Fe'i Crimson lt wk.
spot as a conference boss in the 7 national ranking. .
B. Pearce used a No. hour before I tests to determine Col.vln'l
one the NIT can first
day at the Kandahar meet final I NCAA.. step Sunday by announcingthe 15.5 for the season and back on
blue ribbon Alpine event of the 2 wood yesterday afternoonto put In its bids for the 12 teams Friday meeting to which condition.It the victory trail will play hostto

season.lakeland's. card a hole-In-one on the that make up the field for the UCLA Unbeaten Kansas City officials are in Is reported Colvin Is up the Pinecrest Pilots here to-
190-yard second hole at the Madison Garden Wall I walking around.Olsens .
Square attrac.tion. vited.
UCLA the No. 1 team In the CapturesGolf night at the Kathleen Senior
Hutcheson Golf Course. nation and the only major Unbeaten Cronin hints the owners may High School gym at 8 O'clock.
Rice Pearce of 40 A. Carla Lakeland Three In Line Is within one game of be ready to carry out their SweepTo The contest originally scheduled

was playing with Grover Three highly successful independents securing at least a tie for the Tourney threat to oust Finley made at for tomorrow was movedup
Takes All At LR Durham and Edgar Carter the last owners' meeting Jan Shuffle WinHazel
Villanova DePaul Big Six championship, and another I today so as to permit
and Oregon State. are virtually spot and seems assured of 19 when Flnley's request to Pinecrest to play la the Tampa
WINTER HAVEN-Lakeland's Lakeland MARACAIBO Venezuela move the franchise to Louisville and Don Olsen swept Bay Conference basketball
dominated the Pony (AP-The confidence of an old was killed 91. through three matches Saturday
Clarence Rice ,. l l"1'r, tourney at the Mulberry High
races yesterday at the Lake League Meeting x \ ., fy Uf!' tif ..' I pro brought Art Wall Jr. the I Finley reaffirmed Sunday night to capture the women'lchoice gym this week. It Is also a

... > ,I Maracalbo Open golf crown but night he would be at the con shuffleboard tournamentat preview of the first for
Region Speedway mid-way between -, The Lakeland Pony League ,. .t..4., ; ,, < ,. .. four sub par rounds didn't hurt trols when Kansas City opens the Civic Center courts. Santa Fe In the Class game C, Region
and Lakeland will hold a meeting tonightat The Olsens eliminated C. R.
Winter Haven >. '. the effort. the season. HI, Group II at
7:30: at the communityroom I .'I;. .."" .. Wall who won the San Diego Since the previous owners' Taylor and Ethel Perry. 79-27 Brandon High gym nett playoff week.
In six events four heats and of First Federal Savings Open before competing at this meeting Finley has threatened and Scott Bird and Harley Kit- OLPH and Clearwater Catholic

two features, of the early model and Loan's building at first tournament on the four a law suit if the league attemptsto leson, 67-51, before defeating play In the first game with

and class B sportsmen Rice the Grove Park Shopping stop Caribbean circuit was' take away his franchise and Marlon Wheeler and Clinton the Hawks and Pilots In; the

took two firsts three seconds Center. I : down by a stroke to defending 'I, retained famed trial lawyer Rule, 38.30, in the finals. I nightcap Feb. 28 with the fin
and third. He both features. All adults interested In the Rule and Wheeler measured
a won champion Jim Ferree and Louis Nizer. als Feb. 21.
baseball program for boys in 0\ ( young Jay Dolan at the start of Finley who also made a commitment Ferrill Bruner and Ima Ball,' Coach John Mack's Hawks

In the special attraction of the 13.14 age group are eligible :4ZltA' Sunday's final round. II to move his team to 8-24. and Ethel and Floyd Prescott -bounced back from a pair of
the Murle Talbert to attend tonight's meet- 37-35 in gaining the finals
day capturedthe The Pocono Manor, Pa., veteran Oakland and may make the proposal defeats Friday night with a rout
women's Powder Puff Ing. The Prescotts won out over LeRoy -
wicked at the
unleashed a putter forthcoming meeting of Montverde's Eagles. Mick
Derby followed by Frankie Guy ): picking up four birdies and an did have this to say: and Emily Paul 44-29. i will probably open with the same

and Phyllis Reliford. Kathleen Pony eagle in the last seven hole to "The ball club never has been lineup that faced the Eagles:

Results of races: League Meeting card a one-under-par 71 and for sale, it's not on sale today, Southwest Florida Mario Monte, the high-scoring

IARLV MODeLS record-shattering 280 for the nor will it be tomorrow, I wouldnot Conference Records ;Winter Haven cager via Cuba

Ural.Haat. -. I. Oan. Th...... S. War.onoa KATHLEEN The Kathleen tournament. He ahot 69-69-71 in sell the ball club for $10 at center with Harry McClernanand
Rloat 1 Dud Cumminoa.Oaoond
Hut-1. Rick Arthur S. Pony League will hold a meeting the first three rounds over the million. I'll be In Boston for the Ceft'01 Oyarill Dennis Newton, forwards;
._ .. nAulOu.nd.l.
tI laronoa .
Rio*) 1 a.n. Th. .PIun5Cte.'
...tu.-I. Clan .. II,.., 3. 0.". tonight at 7:30: at Kathleen MaracaibO Country Club course meeting Friday. .. a John Stanton and Mark Misias-
Th."*tuuX--" ... Junior High School cafeteria. Ferree. of Aiken SC., double Flnley's reference to not selling =:::'.-: .:.'.: :'. ; I.11': zek guards. Mike Mohler and
",..t H..t-I. Hu,. H.:....' I. adults Interested In assistIng -.. the first hole, bogeyedthe concerned an alleged offerto I Robert Stanton will also
p... Landi .. CI..n.. II,... All .. bogeyed sell :.r::: : ; : J : U see
S.d H..t-a. Don L.ndl 1 CI.5 ... in the operation of the baseball second and shot a 75 for 283, for $7 million which he 53 plenty of action and David Vernon -
... 11,_ .. lob", T.Ib5t. called : :..;, .. :: t It :
".. .',,.-._. ..ilaroneor 5is I. Mul. program for boys in the 13- : and second place. Dolan of Leicester a lie. .Clinchod' oonforanto title 14 I moved up from the jay-
M. .
>aoni I Don Land
Powdar ruff Porky Faaturo-I. 14 age bracket are eligible to Mass., skyrocketed to 78 -- vees may see duty against the
MuHo' ', Talbortl Rohford. -. FranKio. dun, |. attend. HOW YA rtlLIN' DOUG BOY'-Detroit Manooor Charlie and a third place tie with Hector Pilots.

Droiion, light, chucks with Doug Gallagher .* the Tiger Uft. Alvarez whose 68 was one of Pro Grid Officials Following tonight's game the

hondor reported Saturday for Hi* laity Camp now In .process at the best round Sunday. Hawks will play at Frostproof

Plumbers Set RecordsIn Tlgartown. Gallagher, 0 promlilnf southpaw, wot troubled byarm Friday night, returning Saturday

ailments latt .....,. If ha can make 0 comabaek, lama af .y Ta.Plow A'OSO"RnULT P'5 Face Senate night to tangle with Mel
NoW bourne Catholic Kathleen
I DiSmiSs pitching problems for '(4 will ba 101.... Tigers can- v.MANIUI-C.r'... .oW0d ...... 55400 OptiC. 555 535. Ph'S' Group Senior at

TitleThose .. e'rllli at Tigortawn dally (lodger Photo by Hughei) It.I....,..... a4. OPtil rftanoll 'ieh.ht High gym.
WASHINGTON (AP) Bigwigs baseball testify Tuesday with

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP of professional football testify the possibility of witness stand Torres Brothers

Plumbers rang the record with Fran Williams and Mid today before the Senate confrontation between Charles Mat Feature
bell again in the women's Strubhar taking the scratch Antitrust and Monopoly subcommittee ICop
city bowling tourney that ended trophy at 1049. Same Old Mets! Can'tEven on proposed legislation 0. Flnley battling owner of the

last night at Lakeland Lanes. Singles handicap winner with sport.and the future of their American Kansas City Athletics, and Ramon took Brothers just f-o-falls Al and and
I League President
683 Joe
For the second straight pins was Mary Kacsmaryk I 17
With Pete Rozelle and Joe Cronin. and a half minutes of the
the Bell while Barbara Baker took the
year Plumbing quintetof
Lou Still Marlon Newton scratch title at 566. Foss, commissioners ot the rival Cronin and President Warren 5-minute Bull time limit to defeat
Verdu and Juan Sebastianin
Cedric Bell, Bee Faught and All events handicap winnerat Beat ThemselvesBy National and American Football Giles of the National League the four-man tag team matchIn
Leagues scheduled to take the
Peg Shutt captured the team 1852 was Marilyn SchneIder have accepted invitations to tes the feature wrestling attrac-
title and In the process set Scratch winner at 1650 witness stand senator disclosed -tify. The subcommittee says Ion
Saturday night at the Lakeland -
pin records for both scratch was Lou Still In advance they might Finley however, has not even
and handicap totals. I The tourney was sponsored by MIKE RATHET | SO Sunday Hinsley went to start in baseball history other I apply some fresh heat on an old answered its invitations to state National Guard Armory
Writer mound for the first time clubs still to In other vents, Don Hartnett
the Lakeland Woman's Associated Press Sports the as were trying sign problem:
his side
Bowling a row over his
The Plumbers efforts -
compiled of
a Association It was delayed Sat The New York Mets playedthe a pro with a number on his their players. Is the National League finally to Sarasota pinned Prince Omar,
move his
handicap total of 3037 American
pins urday when two alleys were first major league intra- back. and plenty on the ball. He McCovey Signs willing to agree to an annual League Athletics to Louisville Miss Ella Waldek and Miss Belle
their 63 mark of 2968.
Peg topping Shutt led with a scratch Inoperative and the final teams quad game of the spring training pitched to six men. struck out The San Francisco Giants World Series type playoff between Ky., Oakland. Calif., or some Ike Eakins grappled td si draw and
didn't complete their bowling season but were unable to one, walked none and did not came up with the biggest name the two leagues' champions -other won over Crusher
series of 584 of 210 point.
202 and 111 white pn games Lou Still who, until 1:30: am. Sunday. beat themselves. allow a batter to reach base during the weekend by signing ? Karlson.
wise HANDICAP That was the story Sunday at displaying a Workable curve to outfielder Willie McCovey for The NFL has thus far reject.

won 1650 had scratch all of events 178, 211 with and A"ta...11 ".'umbn.In..r...on... 02'(n_. _). St. Petersburg, Fla.t as the go with a good fast ball. what may be the biggest pay ed all AFL attempts to Set up
games H.r..' -H..Lan.. n" Mets played the Mets to a 2.2 "He has form," said Casey raise on the team, an estimated such a contest. I BASKETBALL SCORES I

187 And for a the 569 set.Plumbers' 2530 I L.k..nd:::': : &...:.:.:mid,, '2OU.T4ition tie while most of the interest: Stengel the 73-year-old Mets $15.000 boost to 40000. McCov At main Issue is a bill scon-

scratch total their old Lakaland' f,..,,-.*. 2MI centered on two young pitching manager. "He Could be a ballplayer ey hit .280 last season hammerIng -[sored by the subcommittee's

mark of 2500.topped Allstate Insurance "".tate 'n.ur.n.T.AM'' ..,'CItATCH 2111.' prospects-Jerry Dean Kinsley He hat a hot at It." 44 homers and driving In 102 chairman, Sen. Philip A. Hart. a.OATUROAY 75. A..u.b.d COLLiaCDt PosVilla. M555,000. "7\,5555 .55 ito N505.,. $4.,. ...

was the scratch winner at Toani Idwarda coupLes, Chna HANDICAP Jon,... lilt who has come out of left field, "It" would be a Job with the runs. D-Mlch., to spell out uniform ... n. C..o, ... D... .OUT.... .
Fran W'lh.,,,,. M.d.05 be.,. son,. But alt the In other National Donavontur. ... ot It. D..ld. 'L
Lou .. and Dick Selma who has come Mets. of young pitchers League antitrust law exemptions for JooaM o (Pa ) Tonn_ No V..U. II.
since team win Marlon "
2518 ho can Mu rla; Franeh .hl.,.,.ton.Hardy aol. sacs out of the right school. I with the club the 20-year- signing, shortstop Dick Scho- !professional baseball football, ...1...,..... TO Carnooi. Toeh It.nnootan Oaoroi N. c..."Taoh.. ... .. C..I.. ,t, .
both trophies Fran Williams, 'aulina Vamnita, toro ",.., HOT ,.. 77. Florida Ot t) rot)
Srrtalt, Marge Robbins, ::anotto Clarld,, Mary Liohant. 11IS.ajoa Hinsley, an 18-year-old high old Selma has the best chanceof field agreed to terms with Pittsburgh -basketball and hockey.The i ;:: :t. .= .r..11 N. Carolina ft 40. C_. 41 loti.iI.'n''tta .

Ann Phyllis Morrison and Mary Zysko ,. JOarndtaon. ., J.c WnDU"Ooard,,, l aul! lVoUOLIO .. school phenom at Ld Cruces I sticking because he has that and Cincinnati signed five first really discordant P00lS33$5Dir$454th IT, Harvard 04.; ... 40.5, u..t... .... ...

bowled for Allsl te. GI.5.11..,..SoIl. "F" ." Soil.M....un.',..,. 1171. N.M.. did most of his pitching added bit of experience. 'outfielders Tommy Harperand note in the hearings Is expected Coliimhii TO, arown II. AIobu.,P.r.on. 55, ,..B.,. ;=: 54 l.tI..
tCRATCH is 4 graduate of the Mel infielders Cesar oaroatown (0 C ) ... M.m\\ :Plo.' *', NoW o'1.**"* LXntiJS ...1.
Teenle! Edwards and Chris rron Wllliama. .' otrubhar, IO40. down the left field line for Pitts I Selma Queen from the Baltimore Colts' big rmy OT. Ot John'l (N MTU 44.T 5 ,
Johnson had a handicap total Mary Kacantaryk OINollt. HANDICAP burgh's Kingsport Tenn., farm: lime Fresno Calif, high school Tovar and Tony Perez and end, Ordell Braase who Is to .55(1.,. Croaa 42,, Cannactioul; ;& 17. ; JifS&JSit ...

of 1230 to Win the doubles Daroara Dakar:, 471.Cornnn OOJ... club last year as the Piratestried I that produced Dick Ellsworth of pitcher Larry Dovel. appear as a spokesman for the ...Itakuroh ton Collav II DyraauM 04. Fordham 47. DA V.r VOl',nla?D. Toth WIII_70, .Wa.y .04.Ihteao .....
__ Ruth HaiilM-* Brock., ion.v&.i3t34., to keep his obvious talents the Chicago Cubs and Cincin Pitcher Ralph Terry signed players so shod.,,."laland.'.. teloat III. Manhattan TT.tooro I), ... 11I...,. ... L.,5iIo OIl.' 51.
Dandl Larraina. Haaua, Ul hidden nati's Jim Maloney both 20. with the New York Yankees : Opposes Move .. 71 LotiiVh. IIDOUTHWIST NIlh$4n N. ,':JIU:

'ssusuNct Halan .: : .:: Dratted From Bucs game winners last season. outfielder Boog Powell with Brasse president of the Na- NoW Mr.UM> 74. Wyonino ll Wo5,55.' I:: :'....':::: 5I (.0).
Lou Otill '24Md .
Arus out Tl Utah IIrlaona ,. ,;::. .
.m IO"DSm1' I Dtrubhar. tINOLCt: 4UI .SCRATCH The Pirate, hoping to keep Stengel was impressed with Baltimore, outfielder Tony Oliva tional League Players Associa- ;..... A.M 00 Drtnqham.... .,Vouno .,. 0 In..* Dtata 5. 12. W.ownMn DO 74.
.. 1, Barbara Eakar Ml Hinsley out of the first-year his first efforts. Selma also with Minnesota pitcher Bennie tion, has declared In advance he Tavaa n. Tooh fl. Irika 44, tula* To.V .
:r.'i, .. Traaa II okIs. 14.lianaoata
Marilyn ALL Dehnaidor.VII"TI"HANDICAP'2. draft, went so far as to keep him, faced six batters, allowing two Daniels with Washington and wants more protection for play T 3.50(5,51.H tl Tt.rkanaaa D2. t eII'II.4k.,.. .
309 S. TENNESSEE AVE. 'Dandl Lau Still Mamie., 1141.1041. out of competition and did not hits but proved a sure fielderby seven signed with Boston-out ers' rights in contract matters :MU 01, Ta>. C n rest., 71ardlnlimnmn :la ter *(Ohio 4O, )Mabracka 114. 12.lanaaa IIS.olorad

682-4141 Joan Tn......, mil even Issue1 him I uniform number 1 grabbing four grounders. He fielder Roman MeJIas catcher written into the measure Foot- A.Ion. Chrlitianlaw -e.Stat* Okla.I* MiiaouH TO .lot.
PH. M It 44 lot
Fran Wlil anM. Mnk. It. a. .. :.
.. 'ril. than Arnold :Jir. Moul l laotaa 14. Oklahoma n.iroohoan .
in art effort to keep him out also showed more poise Russ Nixon and pitchers ball management has shown no .
RaproMittinfl, ,Md S 11,55.IlL?. I UCLA M, ... DO, W MicHioan 72.
I J.ckl. .1..,... a".. of sight But the Met' spy Sysem -Hinsley Earley, .Jerry Stephenson, Pete enthusiasm at all for such pro- Utah Ot 00 tvaahlnoton Col*. Ot U. 14 (ot), layton, 41. Monpllia, It nlotra .
$ .... fl It Laoia 71.
America c.Kitty H'Loafco un*. tral. found out, and Hinsley was While the Mets were getting,Smith Pete Charton and Jack msals.. W.California.... 00, ...California Stanford. 12?I. ::lien ru1 Iowa 12ir .
Fire Coiuorrf C ll ALL tVINt* SCRATCH :> Foroa TD Marouatt* 12*
winter to probably the earliest Gaines. Representatives of big league Orooon lot. Ooniaoa to ,
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday Feb. 17. ItSC JlI| ..... ,7m.
SPORTS OF THE TIMES Wins .,- ,! 't .r..Y r.,",r S' .}4' ."S Jd' .'Y. ,
I Cupit I '.{. 'a: :h...T.'.': l ..'S' .h. }:\ "S

Stage Is Set-

TucsonOpenGolf r ', nl5'I'k ',Y A s1M1 11Y

Enter Yogi Berra I Title I ," dY kA

By JOHN DREBINGER van. None could do anythingwith TUCSON. Arlx. (APJacky
@ .&t'tIor" damn the lowly Highlanders, Cupit could be the Idol of all 1
as the Yanks were then known.
college freshmen today.
FT. LAUDERDALE-Short. They could have been
before early He Just knocked off the senior
ly noon tomorrow Lawrence ancestors of the Mets.

Peter Berra, called l Finally In 1918 more in desperation big man on campus '

Yogi, will make his formal than It happened in the $30,000 ,.,,,
anything tNtifUlGil oi
a ,
Tucson Open Golf Tournamentand ,
bow ai the new Yankee manager the Yanks, then owned by the
He's only the 17th skip two colonels -Jacob Ruppertand admittedly a few years after '
per in the club's history, andthat' Cap Huston-reached into Cupit and Rex Baxter left '" '
a fairly small number, the National League. They the University of Houston. Butt 1 Announcing

considering the Yanks are landed Huggins who had been }, happened.

about to embark on their 62d managing the Cardinals with Cupit shot a one-under-par 71 The First
in the final round fora 278
season in the American
only a fair measure of sue
League. Especially so, since cess-two thirds in five yean total, 14-under-par, to capturethe

several in the group, such ss He was a little fellow who $4,000 first prize in the Tuc AnnualPROGRESS

Kid Elberfeld. Roger Peckin- never said much was at times son event over the 6,917 yard

paugh and Johnny Nuen merely a bit grumpy and in the years desert course of the 49ers Coun D

served as Interim managers that followed was to be com try Club. SPECKS ARE BITING-J. C, Whit end Myr Coughlln
finishing out a season You pletely dwarfed the Baxter Second :
might even include Arthur giants with which by he mighty surrounded Baxter, of Amarillo, Tex., caught
Fletcher, who took over brief. himself, such as Babe took second with 69 and 276, *. Ttiix wtra uir! >9 Miliourl minnowi out Of Tn* hit) Well.

ly following the death of Miller Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Bob Meusel collecting $2.700. +

Hugglns late In the 1929 and the like But he proved atremendous When Baxter was the national ... .. .,f. ;, EITI
1 season. That would make the manager with I collegiate golf champion at FISHING-HUNTING '

number 18. nerve to match Once he fined Houston, Cupit was freshman $ ,

But 17 or 18, there actually Ruth $5,000. What Is more, he I albeit only a year younger than The a :: :: To Bo Published By The
have been only five, starting made it stick. the champ. Now at 26 Cupit Purpose ,r, w

with Huggins who helped He led the Yanks to their has won his third PGA tourna i

bring the Yanks to the position first pennant in 1921, followed ment trail title adding the i II LAKELAND( LEDGER \

of eminence they enjoy to- with another In 22, but lost Tucson diadem to the Canadian Of Extra Dollar r

day. They form an imposing the World Series both times Open of 1961 and the Western f' '

array, as well they might However, he was back in '23 Open of 1962. + ,,.,., Saturday, March 28th

considering that them with another flag and the Bruce Crampton of Australia "
among By FRED W. JONES '
they brought to the Yanks world title as well, in 1926-7-8 finished third at Tucson as the ITS TIME WE TOLD

more pennants (28) and more he reeled off three more flags, old man among the top finish FlLhing-Hunting Editor :

world championships (20) only to fall victim of uremic ers. The 28-year-old Crampton This year, is no doubt all of you are well aware, we are : ; } THE WORLD ABOUT
than any other club in major poisoning late In the '29 sea posted a 69 and 278 total. I all paying an extra dollar for our fishing licenses. That extra i :

league history.Of son.' Here followed an interesting dollar was added to the cost of the licenses and Is being set .

those who preceded Hug episode. aside, specifically for "fishing improvement and fish manage I
gins, only the first, though he Ruppert'i choice was Hug Winter Haven ment." : : : E POLK COUNTY'S
r ::
never won a pennant, couldbe gin's coach, Fletcher. But Trims Lakeland
classed in stature with with players managers and I Of course, "fishing Improvement" is necessarily a long

those who later succeeded coaches fairly drooling for Lakeland dropped both match range program It takes time to raise more fish and to plan ,

him. That was Clark Griffith, this most lush of all baseball es of a high school golf matchto and build the facilities needed. ; !; t, ,..f DECISION TO

the Old Fox a Greek pitcherat jobs, Fletch turned It down. Winter Haven's Blue Devils But signs at least of improvement are beginning to appear te

the turn of the century, Ruppert settled for one year on Friday. according to information from the Game and Fresh Water

whose first claim to distinction of Bob Shawkey, a pitcher The varsity lost, 6.1.I while Fish Commission. The first few months of the program were I GO AHEAD !
came In 1901 when he then in 1931 again reached the jayvees were blanked 70. in and I
spent study planning. Now a has been out.
managed the first American into the National League, Buddy Simmons (W) downed lined and Is under program 'i:0.:. 1 1 ii ,;. .:
League pennant winner, the coming up with Joe McCarthy Joe Lewis (L), 1-0: Timmy Wil- way. n. 'i i' 'r
White Sox. In addition to managing of the Cubs. Marse Joe brought ber (W) beat Mike Jackson (L), According to the commission, an eight point program was '';,: +; i r: Send Copies of The

the Old Fox also was back the winning touch with 1-0;; and Simmons-Wilbur beat needed to efficiently Improve fresh water fishing. Those eight '"
he Jeckaon Lewis 1-0 PriceW points include: ; ,A' y ? ; ;
a Z4-game winner that year. emphasis as bagged eight ; Tony Mu S
I When the American League flags. Four of these came ina ( ) beat Jimmy Crumpton (L), 1. Greater access and boat ramp construction. 2. Additional :"' '+ Prog rets Edition

J j moved into New York in 1903. row along with four World 1.0; Harry Guice (L) beat John fish management areas. 3. Expanded fish population I w '," ', "'' tiJ f' '".", ,''' To Your Friends.
Johnson, founder and president Series during which the Yanks Brook (W). 1-0; and Price-Brook control. 4. Expanded pollution investigations and abatement ,'r'a ,9 :':' ,'
v +
of the league inducedthe lost only three games. downed Crumpton-Guice, 1-0. and parasite control S. Expanded experiment, development :< : :o ?'rJG.. Let's "Brog-A-littla" About Polk.

newcomers to land Griffith. But In '46, Marse Joe met Winter Haven's 4-man team and stocking of exotic fish for additional sport fishing and for ': .;a ';

They did. and in 1904 more than his match in Larry downed the Lakeland quartet. !
ar ,.
Griff just missed a pennant MacPhail, then the Yanks' In the jayvees Winter Haven TAMPA 4.V TIDE-, Tuatda. .-.... sa "I..".. ".... lidaa,"I 04 m.. : EACHCOPY
when final wild major-domo. didn't won all the points: Danny Eng 1:11: ml. ,IOr hdO, 11.04 .
on the day, a They see 0 .... m.i .n nw LN e MI INN 171 I'ml moon "
IO.N .....
re1 .1 Ntn II." r
\ pitch by Jack Chesbro, withan eye-to-eye at all and in mid. fish beat George Stewart Bill IJ rr ., IJ ,., ,J .:

Incredible record of 41 vic season McCarthy stepped out, Mattox beat Georgs Burkhart rough fish control. B. Continued : ; ENCLOSED

I tories, blew the Bag To this leaving first Bill Dickey, then English-Mattox beat Stewart- boat trails and other weed control.hyacinth 7. Renovation control and expanded I Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A
day ancient survlvon of that Nuen, to finish the season. Burkhart Joe Gainey beat Hugh updating '

I era insist it actually was a The fiery MacPhail's man Duey, Gainey beat Ken Bryant of present fish hatchery facilities for new species of fish. ; a LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER

past ball that should have was Bucky Harris who won in and Gainey beat Duey-Bryant. 8. Lake and pond construction program with maximum fish :,, > THE LAKELAND

'47 The four man team lost also. management in large population centers '
been charged against catcher but despite a tremendous '
P. O. BOX 408
r .l.,.,,
Jack Kleinow proving that in job against stiff odds was With an anticipated fishing Improvement budget of 1308- : Corner of Missouri' tt Lime

this respect the game hasn't nosed out In '48 and out he 100 the fisheries management division has outlined the following Lakeland Florida C
changed much Any official went. Rochelle Plays projects: .S' 1 2 5

scorer will tell you his tough. That brought in the fabulous 'Union Boat ramp acquisition $20,000; boat ramp construction, ..ti > Enclose 25c each for single
est task is differentiating between years of Casey Stengel with Tonight "
$20,000; pollution study $10,000( ; construction of fish hatcheriesand copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
a past ball and a wild 10 pennants in 12 tries. But
public fishing lakes $150,000; purchase of channel catfish EACH. OR
pitch. after winning his 10th in 60, Rochelle's Panthers will\ try

Anyway. New York had to Casey stubbed his toe in the to boost their won-lost record to fingerlings and striped bass for stocking $27.000; chemicals ;.,,,, ,,,/ r' MAILED FREE

wait 17 years before it finally World Series on a ninth Inning 15.7 here tonight at the Panther, fish food and fertilizer. $48,000; regular salaries and expenses, "'' Anywhere (in the U. S. or Canada

caught up with Its first pen' homer by Bill Mazeroskl and gym when the Lakeland school $10,000; boat ramp bulk with special winch, $3,000; extra NW'' ,

I nant. Old Griff stepped out in the Yanks decided Casey was tangles with Union Academy of labor and fish tags, $2,000;; miscellaneous signs, posts, nets 5

1908, moving on to Washing too old to go any further. In Bartow in a Negro prep cage and reprint of the St. Johns River survey S,600; electronic '(1 IN, ,r,d, 'I, am enclosing $
Pleate Moil the Decode for Decision
ton where he first became came youthful Ralph Houk to contest. fish detector, $1,000; non-rlpesting, $11,000. GJJ' 'bl '

manager, then owner found. win three more. But the Major The Panthers bowed to Tam ; .,;. ; ii Progress Edition Tot

ing a dynasty which, alone of missed that last World pa Middleton at Tampa on Friday Important Items On BudgetSothere's FOR

that era survives to this day. Series and he was promotedto night. The varsity lost,

His son, Cal owns the trans. general manager. 76-48 with James Foster stop the budget and the program that Is proposed.Let' --HAM'

planted Washington Senators, And so enters Yogi Berra ping the Panthers with 11 points. take a look at It.

now the Minnesota Twins. who officially takes over tomorrow Middleton also won the jayvee First. Florida's fresh water fishermen are a good sized '

Following this came an' odd with happily no illusions game, 4834. Charles Bell crowd you'll notice-at a dollar a head they're going to make /%' '' ADDRESS $1

assortment of skippers that included of what's expected. "It's with IS led the Panthers. that budget more than $300,000! 'h

George Stallings, Hal a nice job" remarked Yogi Rochelle is now 14-7 for the' And that No. 1 project-boat ramp acquisition and con. ;, : i't CITT fTATt

Chase, Harry Wolverton I today. "All you have to do is season and 12.5 In conference struction. !In the 16 years we've been writing this column we Z, E ; ,Y . .N. . . O
Frank Chance and Bill Dono win." play. we've heard
expect more gripes about getting places so people
"K.( "' -- -- .- .. could get on lakes and streams than any other one item. Now MAILED

they're going to spend more than $40,000 In the immediate fu NAME

I I Bowling Scores League Standings I ture doing just that. '1'* +' '' FREEAnywhere

The construction of public fishing lakes part dllesn't Inter. ADDRESS

est us much in this section of the state for we have plenty ,

TW'UOMT Wan leN I 14. NOn Mickary Mom Farm.lama A...... mil... J. Cala, 241 204! OAMIS J. Wr.aht. tin J. of natural-and many man made-lakes. But to many thou. It STA1t_
Valda Dainaa 44 II Muh taam aariaa, Dunna Mover. 224! S. Janaa 201| *. Patrl Ie ; CITY
}. Barnia WONT U ad Can -* 111* 10" I 211. 2071 J. Markal, 2211 I J. T..n... sands of Florida's fishermen in some areas where lakes are '' I . . . In the
1. Forfa Shall _.,.. II 21 *.!" Individual lama, J... .n..j 2221 O. Baaanar, 21 li' P. Bremen :
4. Mai ajudy Haalty 17 27 : 7111: 0.: LOwmOn" 7NI .. sun.[, 3NI i scarce, that Is an important item.
individual .... Ion *. 0<>
MuOOunn.r.r. Muh *
Nnh fAmO. IMNaWh hl .... irtal''l 1//IoM/ 1.1t The item for the purchase of striped bass for stocking purposes e'I U.S.
NDh NnM IA/nltluDl. 711. Mn1nNY1Mr. 7N OAMf i I". 1401: : IornN, 1.1 IOI Co.MM=::., will be of 1' NAME
Nan .o..e. 707. .10. Interest to many people In this( -and other-

NOn Nme INM. 110. LIYNIntlN.', Oat tdwardaTlM U. G.M": LaVarna M........,, OLYMPIC' LIAOUI areas for here again Is an Item we've been hearing about for :, or

MN PjanDor 1eYnNN.n aar...' rem. J770. La...... II,.!IIIh::: : J.an B.ttyalil .Nrtl. III' !'I LIb Staahann'afoV. ..''[.ee"RoNInYMmN,,'. Itandard Oil W.II L71.0 years. Many of our fishermen believe the striped bass would _ADDRESS_ _

Nn1IM' *.ha talitai l.10. inn tOM,, ,... Iuo L.. l-7l Judy'1 Oaan'a laart fist 401Oanatallra '- Illy make an Important addition to the
M....... Mildrod. Tata, Fran ONenw. 7.104 Mnrn OYnnAMIY 1.101 Pharmacy l. 11 sport. CanadaBE
.. Ba.dani .-i, Anna 0"1! O.. {pert, MIDI Bartha Oiiilford.I Iem.r TnMY .. N And mentioned the
IOnI 1- Fran we just other of the
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i-ili Laia BTack' 1-11 La. 0,1. U.. they're already
OMmYO NeMel ({jr'..::, 'J..L''I: I..... Noan_ ..10. 1 lit Lillian M. Minn Nom amai Danatalll'l, Pharmacy. experimenting with. . . . .
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174 e' Lw .hlh 111 Trwa .. NOn ,n..1 Nmh Rehr. W..I INr Nulr. W'lliamar'VlOi'Alana, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crockett Polk Electric took over sole : z tl
I". Mtl INuMarl, I". Lou 04111 M.m'l IMe, 310NOh l-lli Impoana Formerly of Colorado Springs, h
**. *befit CYANAMID". Laura LUOU.Won M..n. 37SLIMI,nDrtluOl WIN. llakarl Waka. sxr&iSVi, Ills Jon.,"- '"' Coln? who recently moved to\possession of first place in the'. CITY STATE- e
I. Allayeat.. .T 71 Wen LNI w L. Lakeland, will sponsor a dou-City Basketball League while Y'En .N . N.

I' Tn'u'mpaVr 11 PO H :!1.. Crafrayhttaani Allay d.._. ::1:1.N: II I 1.7. LakWand Maaaa Hull Oanarat_.,..Maa4. 4 li. 11:II tiles shuffleboard tournament Peoples Bank gained a tie with YN'., ,, ..ah.'era'1'r

4 PRO I aanaa. 2m. Allayeata.H..I. *: UM.an 1 J. ParitfcariM.ah tNm. NmO, LIIM {bnn 11 Iff 17 ,1 1.1. Oanaral V.ta I .Talapnana Cw 44 42-4 4l/t II tomorrow and Tuesday at the Webster Baptist for the lead in 4
warn : j : taam Lima INIYI/, ITS 0..l. NAME
: mm time. 114. Allwtab.Nnh Miah aariaa Lakeland Shuffleboard Club.
ndividual WIN .... JhMaH'lnd.v.dual 1011.Miah. Dana .._ Illi Brav/i tummara, the Recreation Basketball League ;
1 Individual ....... Nancy Nlak'Nwn. .' 11. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett will
Mar11nN .... '' Usl MN1NY. III 10* this
.. XI*. John"SlSIn anon OMCNoap past week.
titan individual. Nanay .. Cantina' ha/M 201. present more than 38 trophiesto ''
": : *" tua 101'hI. !.'.1. B.lly Malh-(...... :244i. WIALMORtL1M.Brad D.-...-. 211 .e..I.I..,! Y., .1.0.10.... J.h'.n, 1.11. LDlnlnNuIN. .' : the entrant I Polk Electric (7-1) knocked ADDRESS

lat 1-17. "a/Alatart:" :::..1-10.{ '. OaoraaLl.ri.7. Na.en I Wan Laat. MN Mem, Ww1. LOYNaM G..III Only members of the LSC are Gene's (8.2) out of a first place ;
Wildcata 21 4 I ilia.taam
O. F. .
1-14 '
"1-14*., Math Ourani W"l 7}.. BulldaaaMu Bamfcara 7/JO'> IDNnh "> Nnh NNhSI aamai Lakeland Oanaralvidual eligible to compete in the tour.:'tie with a 61-49 triumph. The ?{ CITY STATI ,, ,

204. L. A D.204...DAM' '01.*aaar McCar*, tNM ..m.. Pin .u...... 271. I Nnn, WIN, Larraina, P.a. nament. Participants will be also J
..iyi 211, Adrian. Nianalaani JI.. Jahn"p.NOUTSBS M..n Yam -naa.. WIMODO. 131 IM. 170, served free refreshments.The IPE quintet turned back'' 1 "
'.""- I I Xnn ndividual aama, Paul Mutton .1.U7 I Nnn... Inertluel. amei Larrain PeaaCa .i Plant 80 68
lUOUtWen ; .1. 20' tournament begins at 9 City (4.4), (
IM dividual' Paul Mutton R "AI .ITH Geno'a'
Outran TIN Ca. "'" JJ' .i,"*' W L, a m. tomorrow.It i I In other games, ;
1. V.. LIAOUS L.I v *o.. ..
2. Palk Fadaral JIH IJMiS. : w O..to ? nl is one of two tournaments bounced back to defeat Dixie
Thrifty Momaa. I
7N .
I. Buttarfiniarl II I CONmOb( 11
toys iaUrTTma, ThnftaMamaa." .. i t ram WIN' Cardinala. 01Nnn sponsored each season by Mr. Del (2-6), 6244. Dick's Auto .

'"Jt'ih Miih Tkriftn Mamaa. 1... i fun4ara,niNrn 7 4 SMiah N.n Man Wm menltlW/Oamol,WIN eaNlna/4, A. .N/....113.1 and Mrs. CrakettLakeland Sales (8. 1)) edged B&J Market ,

Ins ""rAM. WIN ::1 taam aariavi 2414, Pm Buctara.Mian Nw.11'mtlnllu.l (1-7) 76-73 to remain a half- 1M 1 4 G0f >r .,
; .
M.aan rOm aamai I4O2. Oaafart.Mian ama' A. Nauman 21* M
.. Laura
Nnh lam _.... ,. MulM.art lalini .i.!I. t. W.matain. of first : ; l 1r 1 I
*'. .individual; Sam OAM LosesIn !game out place South. .,a .. ,..a'r.4 S 'i 11 I
M/1. 200
N.... individual ::.La." H..aft'l IMIrHu.l, DOm n.. Naal Crete A. ..".."POLK" I II. ,eastern Bible, College (Z-5)) I

NI. 111. IU, IeddY JanNn1N1 .. :124.: Nut 200 Crawai OAMI4 211. 241, BartMarrawl IMPIBIALW L. I Lawn Bowling :also tripped B&J 61 59. SBC :
fits MNM Witham Iuneahl, III Maw Tnrn.. 2O4 lam ".._.. M0eMM0N Carp. 17 II had I lost earlier in the week to : '
... I/h 1.nan Narro. 17'...LION. NaNM 171 Dannna'jlck.on"ali'toi 4 1' (NII aalta.1', rlumhlnD Sli 4* 41Mian lt'/fe' ST PETERSBURGLakelandavoided I Plant City on a forfeit Dixie ; yI SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED -
17. .
v.o.g"i 1 14. .m Pjuaaall Tillia Mor'l taam aariatl MacAapnalt Carp
.... 4 14. J ,. 4ar Marrow1, Tra.var 2424. Del turned by the Lakeland ;
... ..n. 301. < whitewash by '
L. M. ..... ..... INIIUm0in0., a winning COLORFUL INFORMATIVE
Moh 171
fIRItL Me..n. Naal C. a-1 Calvin famN (1-5) '. ,4 THIS -
.00 59-58 the
MOi Laur4 Maia. Britti l-ll. Tad lorn.SUNDAY I Nen 'n..1 WNI JYha taY. th third morning round con. ( ) m
Iran WIhmO H..n M..I Carl I j d
MIOMT oamai Maran
Mlxl1V0f. 25-15, host St. Bombers' only game of the WILL TELL I
NI.INIb '.101 NM AI. L 2" test, as Petersburg EDITION THAT
Maw Iu11N. ...... 20 at... ,
MNw., 7.71 Tarry Laka Nuraini Mama III 44 week.
L'h.n the other five matches 1
Nn T7 I. Jailkirda loa M Burl Mou.ton. 2OI, Juka Tack. 214, captured
TD1rn. 77NOIrta RLVD 1. ..1 *..,. TV, 17 n :201i Frank vVilaan, :2o"Tamw'Thum, Saturday in the West Florida: Over In the Recreation League THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POCK COUNTY a ;
Won LNI 4 .......' Burvavina IIMKH 71 211 Phil ..m W. 214 Ian Mauray. ; ;
IIS :11b aariaa taami e.......'. American, 220 C..I Morten 2471 Frad 0.......,Lawn Bowling League competition. ,! Peoples Bank (e-q trounced ..
I. INI WNtlera//, rlumlnl lOA In...IO uuMnh aama. taami Cannan Muic, TIlMnn 701INttR CITY easesW the I Independents (I I. 7), 71. 19 I IN WORDS,

{. r.N. antl Tn..M....Aub'n..I INr IaD N .huN NNnn : WN WIN =:.J. M.MOreI TrIM NINnn 177. I I.. Larun Pawar Plan. 14 10 L.,I Lakeland will host Sarasotain kwon while Webster Baptist ((6-1)) PICTURES and ADVERTISING !
Nnn Darts mn : J. MsrM 32'' 3 Cammarcial Pdoaa II 11 its next over Wesley Memorial (4-
Les Itd4 :3n..u... Stllh 071Nnh Nnn Dame Ma!NY. 710. /1 If' outing on Saturday
Nnh ....... .... "Nn0A "* 4'Lala'a .u'nland'aia.taurant 41 14,. Results of matches 3)), 7842. Webster will play
.11 .
M.." mrlu1hM. ........ .. La' IYnIMtl, Rw10uranL I
.. J M. :224i: MlMalay. 211 L. N/eh 1Nm NrNI ( .
Des .11 ..
N .m 2141 N. Parktr. m. .. Janklar. ..., 2442Miah :' Marnina rlaynd Purdan. M.. JLeonard Peoples at p m Tuesday for NOTE : To have firm representedin
211' LoI.'. aVonland RN1.uranL '.", ,'n 1L rNNlwrDl n. Ain, Mo.Inaro your
U' G"'.. JNI J. .n. 201: N RauaaH 202.r taam aamal' ..., I the first half title
Andr AndartanlLakalandl
J.M OnrIN.,:.U Ira VI Ma.I7NMOO CNh..n, 1H;:I L. It."n_171. 1141 OAK, L. .*........... 111. individual*17Mian aariaii Jim akartaan, li, C'',,,, It..... Hopa. .(It.Patar.aura .. this issue call r
VnM Orrl. ) 21..1,11 Oaran. Manry |
..,11. IU IN .n.lt. 717.NINn1 101 bl M. auacn.1.101|| 1-71 :...Jlloacj.I. 071.NAM ... Jm Iwl lLakalandl ? ... ..
7/01 lw 7.111' 1.101. I. NIIL T. : Individual *amat Jim Makartaan John t
Mo .ebb' DO/ Mare.n.d... Armatra-n. 11.10.CITRY I'I 27. Chattar .*..... Bill. Davidan ILaka. FHA VA Bob Powell at 686-1151
Arrmoy McClura. 7.11ono CIMTI 204 OAMH2Mi"jim landl 2S. Oanniaan, McCarauadala' ONt1L MORTGAGE LOANS
... a.LtaYINrL ..OwauIra W L. Jim BakartaVn. :2471"Balph LaBraad.Cay ( Patankurll.
MhnRt..1.. .. -" Warahauaa 10 24 Muntain'ar. 111 Walt MONN I Aftarnaan P.our.4 _Clark, ll.alav.Haaa .
I... Y.mn.... .-10 l 71.e.K..h'IN.I 2. Ba-jthaida Claanarl T24: 321 Mauah, 212.2P4I Bunky W...... .... Patar.aur4> 14. Mclntyra.Jok. .
Ceehran. 1 .. ., ....... ...... 0* FLORIDA .
MN ,.. .. .. OOfioa 44-.I lv. : Carl e. 212: Id Fa Andarvan ILOYNanel1 Crarar.McCarauodala. ,
Nr0 IulrrmwO 1. rue 0.. IerwN 44 M 2021 CKarlay V....,. 201: laN 0... I4L PatarMurD, .:1..
IIP.VIC i OUR iimNttrMt
MORNINGfARWOn INI Nleh WIM Maml P...,. W._...... :lOa' (d T..". 202 T""I 11. Oaran. Sattr CaM 14YNanel1( 1curets Flar.da Ava.Phana .
Mah'n. Mayar. J. Imlht Pataraaural M.
1)0'. 2" ; 4-l>l> Lakaland
1. Dunn. Si.al.ir N I". Nme haml IuN 0.1 .awlNN 404 flRl1 10. Fitto taanor Oavidaan 1
i MYtwMIa1nW AerlN l: NOn lame InlrnrN1 J. NIh 2... 'I Jim ..__n, IJoV Cay Mauik, 111. lLakalandl. ..

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Only .3 Missing .

From Tiger CampBy Vtft ? p. _

JACK SLAYTON 10 Monday, Feb. 17. 1..4

Ledger SporU Editor _
With only three absentees the Detroit Tiger Early Camp

went Into full iwlng yesterday at Tlgertown

Only pitchers Pete Craig Dick Egan and Frank Lary were

missing yesterday and all are due to be on hand before the HillRodriguezCop

week It o'er. A whole passel of players reported yesterday,

Including lanky Jim Brown, ace of the Lakeland Tiger staff last
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summer.Tiger Manager Charley Ores and Wood who married a

sen indicated yesterday the dally Lakeland girl, reports he was [ Continental

workouts would continue wit happy "to be away from that

squad games scheduled for later ion. lie's got good lungs."

this week Some will probablybe Ronald Wood Is only six weeks
played at Henley Field with old. Wood added he doubted DAYTOMA! BEACH (AP) said! he experienced no trouble

time and dates to be announced If his family would be ableto Reliable cars win races, with the lights the way they

later this week There will be come to Lakeland this even one headlight short and were-two driving lights and

no charge for these farmhand spring. trouble can sometimes bo a one headlight and Rodriguez

contests "How did you like the out Blessing In disguise. : said he too found the going

This spring the Early CampIs field?" Joe Falls of the Detroit Phil Hill of Santa Monica easy.

loaded with players seeking Free. Press quizzed. Calif., and Pedro Rodrlguei of Hill and Rodriguez averaged I
to bounce back from arm ail ,1 liked it real well. Its Mexico City attested to these about 98 miles per hour and took "
ments. One, Brown, worked mighty roomy out there, Wood truths iri describing their victory -top prize of 12300. 2

out briefly yesterday and reported smiled ud added: "But you In the Daytona Continents After leading more than half tr

no twinges from a know" you get lonely out there Sunday morning, afternoon and the race, a Ford powered Cobra ,

warmup lIes lon. Brown hurt too. the He fact indicated that the he experiment didn'tmind BRASS CONfAB-Coecbti, manager, iceut and TI.., .HIctel ceacH Stubby 0..,.....*. Manager Charity Dreutn, oceut Bmiaa'aVlvalret night-all 1,243 miles of it. driven by Dave McDonald of El
his arm here last summer and ,. botroit anj. coach Mullm. fan Cera.well The race over the combined Monte Calif., and Bob Holbert,
to convert him to the outfield hay. an unofficial cenfab |ut .f. th* lerOy Camp Pat Syracuse Menager
had to be sent home to ChI- had been disbanded. "Idon't began yeiterdey. Th. Tiger bran. left to right Coach I* |lute ,behind Mans" while D....... cempUtoly" crn.* cul banked and road courses lasted the American road racing
40 minutes and from Pa.
lie has done little throwIng 12 hours and champion Warrington. .
cago. care where I play Just sot Wayne Bleekbum, ceech lob Swift TI.., Vic Pre.ldtnf Rick Ceerg Spencer. (Ledger Phot by HuhlllTen
the race eliminated by a fire.
during the off season, hop- was billed as longest was pit
I' isn't pitcher. I don't think I'm Ferrell ttour 14 Katallnai, K ..yllte Manager Bobby M..,., United States
ing to work his arm back In ever held In the David Piper and Lucien Blan-
too hot on the mound. he grin
shape this spring. the The left front tire of their red chi were forced to the pits fora
ned and returned to workouts
Tom Fletcher, the bonus beauty Tim. Runs Out Ferrari blew early In the race lengthy stop because of repairs -

of two summers ago also Berths and resulted In a damaged front to the electrical sys
So far only three Tigers are
took his first pitching session unsigned, pitchers Hank At-Large AL Officials fender. Mechanics later ham tem. This cost them a shotat

yesterday and reported no ill Aguirre. Terry Fox and Lary. mered the fender away from the No. 1 position and, combined

effects And Ron Chandler with None will be considered hold the wheel. with the Cobra's fire, aided

Lakeland briefly last summer. outs until Feb. 21 when the Face Finley Found Going Easy the Hill-Rodrlgues team,

said he felt good after hurling Tigers open regular spring PowersBy But the headlight from that which was ahead by 19!>> miles at

Saturday. drills at Henley Field. Eyed By Cage side of the car was gone. and the finish.
Infielder Jake Wood was one Crisis Rodriguez said he wasn't sure
Since the diamonds are all Friday The fire in the pit caught me-
of those reporting yesterday the
how it would teatt once ,
connected and there is dangerof chanic John Olson underneaththe
fans getting hit by batted BOB GREEN assured of bids to each. In doing so The Bruins rolled over drivers were forced to find their car where be was checking

balls, observers are requestedto Associated Press Sports WriterA such a case, the school can Washington twice last week, I BOSTON (AP-The American way around the track In the a grease leak. He was treated at

HeugaWins stay off the fields. make Its own choice. 7358 and 88-60, pushing their League lost the World Series darkness. Race rules state that the hospital for burns on the left
I number of college basketball Villanova with victories over record to 210.Michigan the All-Star Game and at- each car must have at least two arm and face.

Polk Electric Five coaches and athletic directors -Duquesne 73-63 and Canlstus, No. 2 In the nation -tendance last season. Now forward lights working. I Third place went to the Ferrari

I are sitting nervously be- 7358 last week, is ranked leads the Big Ten at 8-1 comes a Feb. 21 summit meeting Hill, a year-old veteran, shared by Walton Hansgen

Ski Title In Tourney TonightTAMPA side telephones today. For some eighth In the nation on a 192 and 17-2 over-all. when fellow owners decide of Bedmlnster, N.J. and Bob
of them It will ring For whether to lose Charles O. Fin-
record. There are indications It Kentucky Is ranked third at Didn'tUndergo Grossman of Nyack. N.Y.
Polk Electric of some twice. For some not at would prefer the NCAA spot If 18-2. but shares the Southeastern ley I Calvin I Dan Gurney of Costa Mesa,
GARMISCH-PARtENKIRCH-Lakeland meets the Largo Merchants -all. Time twice has run out on
offered, but would be one of the Conference lead with Georgia SurgeryRobert Calif, and Bob Johnson of Columbus
EN. Germany (AP) Bold, at 9:15: p.m. today In the They're waiting for the word big attractions for the NIT. Tech, each 8-2 In the league. deadlines for Athletics owner Ohio. broke the Ferrari

brazen Jimmy Heuga of Tahoe third contest of the opening from the National Invitation: Oregon State No. 9 in the nation -I No. 4 Davidson tops the Southern Finley to sign a lease with Kansas Colvln, Auburndate hold ,the taking .
Calif. has established round Tampa Independent Baa- Tournament and the National City officials.No High School Junior football on top positions by
City, pushed its record to 21-3 at 19-3 and 8-2; No. 5 Duke fourth and $800.
himself as the crown prince of ketball Tournament.The Collegiate Athletic Association, with a 76-72 decision over Seat- leads the Atlantic Coast at 17-3 Agreement and basketbaU standout, did place

American eking by adding a other Lakeland entry, top which start picking the fields tle last week and DePaul, No.' and 10-0. I So far, there's no agreement not undergo surgery as report

new twist to his training pro- seeded Dick's Auto Sales will for their tournaments, the two 10, Is 162 after victories over Vandy Out reached or action taken. Mid- ed In yesterday's Ledger.

gram. not play until Wednesday nightIn major post-season attractions. Marquette, 7269, and Western Vanderbilt lost twice over night Saturday passed and Fin- According to officials at Santa Fe
bronze medalist in the the final tilt of the first round.I II Fifteen of the 25 berths In the Ontario 9858.Temple ley's adamant two years or- Lakeland General Hospital,
Heuga I I the week, 71-75 In overtime to Colvin Is In "good condition"with \
4CAA tournament reservedfor nothing lease stand appeared to
slalom at the Winter Olympics, arc Is the first team to Georgia Tech and 64-62 to Tennessee headaches. The
whipped an international field Pearce Gets Ace conference champions, but be assured of a tourney berth, and dropped to a share stymie the AL had as effectively as hospital severe also reported there Hosts Pilots :
the other 10 to at-large Sandy Koufax the pennant-
that included the Innsbruck go having wrapped up the Middle of fourth In the SEC and appears had been no operation as of
Hutcheson teams. The NCAA started bidding winning Yankees ,
gold medalists and won the Atlantic championship and a In danger of losing its No. yet and doctors are still running
coveted combined trophy Sun for those 10 teams today President Joe Cronin took the Santa Fe't Crimson Hawks,
boss in the national ranking. Col.vln'
conference determine
as a 7 tests to
day at the Kandahar meet final Harry B. Pearce used a No. one hour before the NIT can NcAA. first step Sunday by announcing condition.It 15-5 for the season and back on

blue ribbon Alpine event of the 2 wood yesterday afternoon put In its bids for the 12 teams the Friday meeting to which Is Colvin Is the victory trail will play host
to card a hole-ln-one on the that make up the field for the UCLA Unbeaten Kansas City officials are in- reported up to the Pinecrest Pilots here to-
season. 190-yard second hole at the Madison Garden attraction. Wall vited. walking around.Olsens the Kathleen Senior
Square UCLA, the No 1 team In the CapturesGolf night at
Hutcheson Golf Course. nation and the only major unbeaten Cronin hints the owners may] High School gym at S o'clock.

Lakeland's Rice Pearce of 40 A. Carla, Lakeland Three In Line Is within one game of be ready to carry out their' SweepTo The contest, originally scheduled
was playing with Grover threat to oust Finley made at for tomorrow, was movedup
least tie for the TourneyMARACAIBO.
Three highly successful Independents securing at a
Takes All At LR Durham and Edgar Carter. Villanova DePaul Big Six championship, and another the last owners' Meeting Jan Shuffle Win today 10 as to permit
18 when Flnley'a Pinecrest to play la the
and Oregon State. are virtually spot and seems assured of Venezuela ueu:1 Hazel and Don Olsen swept Tampa
WINTER HAVEN-Lakeland's move the franchise to Bay Conference basketball
Lakeland Pony r 'II" (AP-The confidence of an old yule was killed 9-1. I II through three matches Saturday tourney at the Mulberry High

Clarence Rice dominated the League MeetingThe 'J' "tJ'. A,., ", ot ; pro brought Art Wall Jr. the I Finley reaffirmed Sunday night to shuffleboard capture the women'schoIce gym this week. It Is also a

races yesterday at the Lake ., : I Ir Maracalbo Open golf crown but night he would be at the controls tournament preview of the first game for

Region Speedway, mid-way between Lakeland Pony Leaguewill :! .....,> ",>$! four sub par rounds didn't hurt when Kansas City opens at the Civic Center courts. Santa Fe In the Class C, Region -
> The Olsens eliminated C. R.
Winter Haven and Lake- hold a meeting tonightat r I II the effort. the season. III, Group II playoff at

land. 7:30: at the communityroom i'I" \ Wall, who won the San Diego Since the previous owners' Taylor and Ethel Perry 7927. Brandon High gym nest week.

In six events, four heats and of First Federal Savings I.I : '; Open before competing at this meeting, Finley has threateneda and Scott Bird and Harley Kit- OLPH and Clearwater Catholic

two features of the early model and Loan's building at 4t first tournament on the four- law suit if the league attempts leson, 67-51 Wheeler, before and defeating Clinton play la the first game with

and class B sportsmen. Rice the Grove Park Shopping stop Caribbean circuit. was to take away his franchise and Marlon the Hawks and Pilots I la the
In the finals.
Rule 38-30
took two firsts, three seconds Center. down by a stroke to defending retained famed trial lawyer nightcap Feb. 28 with the fin-
Rule and Wheeler measured
and a third. He won both features. All adults interested In the .., champion Jim Ferree and Louis Nlzer. Ima Ball all Feb. 21.
Ferrill Bruner and
baseball program for boys in I ".." young Jay Dolan at the start ofSunday's I Finley, who also made a com Coach John Mack's Hawks
8 24 and Ethel Floyd Pres-
In the special attraction of the 13-14 age group are eligible : ," final round. mitment to move his team to colt- in the finalt.The bounced back from a pair of
Murle Talbert to attend tonight's meet vet Oakland and make the 37-39 gaining defeats with
the day, capturedthe ,< The Pocono Manor Pa., may proposal Prescotts won out over LeRoy Friday night a rout

women's Powder Puff ing. 1tALA eran unleashed a wicked putter, at the forthcoming meeting and Emily Paul, 44-29ioUthwest of Montverde's Eagles. Mack
Derby followed by Frankie Guy b picking up four birdies and an did have this to say: will probably open with the same

and Phyllis Rehford. Kathleen Pony eagle in the last seven holes to "The ball club never has been lineup that faced the Eagles:

Results of races: card a one-under-par 71 and for sale' it's not on sale today, Florida Mari Monte, the highscoringWinter

IAP.LV MODILS League Meeting record.shattering 280 for the nor will. It be tomorrow. I wouldnot Conference Records Haven cager via Cuba

... 69-69-71 in sell the ball club for $10 at center with McClernan
Pint Hoot I. Oono Tharpoi a. Clor.eno KATHLEEN The Kathleen tournament. He shot Harry
P.I... 1. Bud Cummina million. I'll be In Boston for the Coniowle 075311Ph.r5C.b.
| rounds over the W I. W .. and Dennis Newton forwards;
Hoat I. n. ck Arthur! S. Pony League will hold a meet- the first three .. .
:=:: meeting Friday. 13' 1* a .
CI PJ o l Oono Tllarpo.Foaturo Club course. John Stanton and Mark Mlslastek
Maracalbo Country uourndalo C
I CK I ':''no* H..01 a.CLASS Oon. ing tonight at 7:30: at Kathleen Flnley's reference td not sell =ardooartow :::: Ii t: Mike Mohler and
tharpoi 1 Bud ln Junior High School cafeteria.All Ferree, of Aiken. S,C., double :: T 7 guards
B SPOP.TBMANWrit ..., first hole. bogeyedthe ing concerned an alleged offerto Lako Wale 5 7 Robert Stanton will also see
U.M.-.a. Huo oon I. adults interested in assisting .. bogeyed the H."Ctv.: : : TPaKO : u
lion Land) I. Claroneo HIMBooond second and shot a 75 for 283 sell for $7 million which he t a IJ plenty of action and David Vernon .
H..5-I. Don Lindl 1 Clar.eoee In the operation of the baseball ..
nioai 1. Bobby. Talbart.Foaturo Leicester -called a "manufactured lie." K"r..ti: I II a moved from the .
I. Claroneo n,on 1. Hull, program for boys in the 13- and second place. Dolan of ,j' eontoroneo; tiHe up jayvees
Narriutm 1. Bon Land __ .1 skyrocketed to 78 may see duty against the
Powdor Puff Darby. .... _I. 14 age bracket are eligible to ,
Murlo' Talbartl. I. Frank Ourl 1 attend. HOW YA riELIN' DOUG BCW-Detralr Manager Charlie and a third place tie with Hector, Pilots
Phyll noliford
Dniun, right chick with Doug Gallagher at th* TI... Ml. Alvarez, whose 68 was one of Pro Grid Officials Hawks Following tonight's game the

hand' rportd Saturday far th. Early Camp new ,In proem *tTlgertawn. the best round Sunday. will play at Frostproof
Friday night, returning Saturday -
Plumbers Set RecordsIn Gallagher, a premising' lauthpaw, was troubled by
5tUt": night to tangle with Mel-
arm ailment l last ........ If ha can malt. a comeback tame of .v TI Pies,. Anus.. P7555, Face Senate bourne Catholic at Kathleen
0rtI. 555 Sin GroupWASHINGTON
I Detroit'* pitching problem' for '64 win b* tolved. Tiger continue v.M"N'UIc.rteo... 504500d .,.... Ui5445. 151 P5,1.ID. Senior High gym.

TitleThose drill ol Tlgtrtown dolly. (Ledger Phot by Hugh) ,....,,.... 54. OPtii r5t5fl5d Ilthahtt I

Winning City UP) .- Bie- baseball testify Tuesday with
Torres Brothers
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP wigs of professional l football testify -the possibility of witness I stand

Plumbers rang the record with Fran Williams and Mid Antitrust today and before Monopoly the Senate subcommittee \ confrontation between Charles Cop Mat FeatureThe

bell again in the women's Strubhar taking the scratch 0. Finley, battling owner of the
on proposed legislation -
city bowling tourney that ended trophy at 1049. Same Old Mets! Can'tEven and the future of their Kansas City Athletics, and Tortes Brothers Ai and

last night at Lakeland Lanes. Singles handicap winner with sport. American League President Joe Ramon took: Just t-'O falls\ and

For the second straight 683 pins was Mary Kacsmarykwhile With Pete RozeUe and Joe Cronin. 17 and a half minutes of the

year the Bell Plumbing quintet Barbara Baker took the Foss commissioners of the rival 5-minute time limit to defeat
of Lou Still, Marlon Newton, scratch title at 566. Cronln and President Warren Bull Verdu and Juan SebastianIn
National and American Football
All events handicap winnerat Themselves Giles of the National League the four-man matchIn
Cedrlc Bell, Bee Faught and Beat Leagues scheduled to take the tag team
Peg Shutt captured: the team 1852 was Marilyn Schnelder. witness stand, senators disclosed -have accepted invitations to tes the feature wrestling attrac-
Scratch winner at 1150 tify. The subcommittee says tion Lakeland
title and In the process set Saturday night at the -
In advance
records for both scratch was Lou SIU1. they might Finley, however, has not even National Guard Armory.In .
pin and handicap totals. The tourney was sponsored by By MIKE RATHET So Sunday, Hinsley went to ;start lit baseball history, other apply some fresh heat on an old answered Its invitations to state other vents Don Hartnett
Writer the mound for the first time as clubs stilt l were trying to sign problem:
the Lakeland Woman's Bowling Press Sports his side of I row over his efforts -of Sarasota pinned Prince Omar
The Plumbers compiled a Association. It was delayed Sat- The New York Mets played a pro with a number on his their players. Is the National League finally to move his American Miss Ella Waldek: and Miss Belle

handicap total' of 3037 pins urday when two alleys were the first major league Intra- back, and plenty on the ball. He McCovey Signs willing to agree to an annual League Athletics to Louisville' Starr grappled M a draw and
topping their 63 mark of 2968. training to six men, struck out The San Francisco Giants World Series type playoff be- .
Inoperative and the final teams squad game of the spring Ky., Oakland, Calif., or some ke Eakins won over Crusher
Peg Shutt led with a scratch walked and did not came with the biggest name tween the two leagues' champions -
didn't complete their bowling season, but were unable to one, none, up other point. KarlsonMontana .
series of 584 on games of 210, until 1:30: a.m. Sunday. beat themselves.That allow a batter to teach base, during the weekend by signing ?
202 and 171 while Lou Still, who TIAM HANDICAP was the story Sunday at displaying a workable curve to outfielder Willie McCovey for The NFL has thus far rejected -
won scratch all events with -.? Plumbn.. .on hirA rnerd). fast ball. what be the biggest all AFL to set
with pay attempts Up
AII'to.. In.ur.n_ 3021. St. Petersburg, Flat as the go a good may I BASKETBALL I ISATUIIDA.
1650, had games of 176 211 and "Li..,..'. ".-un.. 355$. Mets played the Mets to a 2-2 "He has form," said Casey raise on the team, an estimated such a contest.At SCORES

187 for a 569 set. .::::nC.d. ; '"'4. tie while most of the interest Stengel the year-old Mets $15,000 boost to $40,000. McCov main Issue Is a bill sponsored -
..... ..
And the Plumbers' 2530 u..nd .too. 21U.
Lakoland P.nine*, 3IJOTtAIM centered on two young pitching manager. "He could be t ball ey hit .280 last season hammering by the subcommittee's .,
scratch total topped their old aellATCII shot at It." 44 homers and 102 Sen. A. Hart. CoLLies (take II, Montana ,*.
Allltate S ours, 251. prospects Jerry Dean Hinsley player. He has a chairman Philip Sr Th. A..in..5d. Pr5 Idaho r*, Idaho lute M.TennooMO .
mark of 2500. Allstate Insurance DOUa HANDICAP' '-It.' would be a Job with the runs. D-Mich, to spell out uniform ...,. *".,. .
Toonio fdw.. .. Ci.. Johnaon 1230 who has come out of left field V''" TJ. Cs-i I* 0,5. U. D.vldoon 'L
was the scratch winner at Fran W'h._ M'd.lru.' ...... 122. and Dick Selma who has come Mets. But of all the young pitch In other National League antitrust law exemptions for ... Bon* onturo ... *L Jooopri <<
2518 since ho team can win Lou"'.rl.*t.,.II...n.h.N.h,hirloy, ".wton.H.....1217.. II*]. out of the right,school. era with the club, the 20yearold slgnlngs, shortstop Dick Scho- professional baseball football a.2;.... T*. C._'. Tacit t.. -U50isi. CarS* ,Teoh,. (4 TT,B..Florida Carolina, *..II Tl' lot).

both trophies. Fran Williams p.,".. Vammtz Clarldy, Mary Sirs Lioham",.*. 11(7J.an.tta till. Hinsley, an 18-year-old high Selma has the best chance field agreed to terms with Pittsburgh basketball and hockey. TonTptr1: :1. Ta.=nt7""" '*' N.M 01 Carolina *L 4 Florida*. Cumtoan 41. 41 loti.I"n'ta .

PhyUis Sma It. Marge Robbins, Marco BorndMon: J.an Board, lit}. he has that and Cincinnati signed five The first discordantnote Princeton *T, Harvard.._M. :' Auburn .*.
because really
I'.. (....., n. school phenom at Lad Cruces, of sticking Ia.
la WoodhouM
and 117 .:.lt. :. .
Ann Morrisolt Mary Zysko .,II,. Ball > .ri.' Ball. 1171 of his added bit of experience. outfielders Tommy Harper in the hearings Is expected A\\ :: ;:: :::
bowled for Allstate. alone M...'.. Ann "Morriwn. 1171. N.M., did most pitching Cokimk. 10 D.r"wn" .M, .,.
of the and Mel infielders Cesar Baltimore Colts' big Ooowtown ( C t NYU "s. 00 fotl.
DOSIULES .ATCH Queen, from the
is a
down the left field line for Pitts Selma graduate Army 17. John IN V.I ... .
Teenle Edwards and. Chris eras WI '' 104t. .o.. 01 ... .....,. fa.
total SINotl\: HANo'lCAp' burgh's Klngsport Tenn., farm same Fresno, Calif, high school Tovar and Tony Perez and end, Ordell Braase, who Is to Holy' Cro o >., Connoetieut; It.. fort Virginia 74, oilmen1 Mirtini .
Johnson had a handicap Mary Kacamaryk, ] Pitttkuroh fyraouH *7loiton Toeh 7*. Hoy 4.
win the doubles arbara feakor O71lornnno club last year, as the Pirates that produced Dick Ellsworth of pitcher Larry Dovel. appear as a spokesman for the Cot.... *e.. Fordham **. VMI T*. William e Mary ...
of l23t! __ *lro _. talents Cubs and Cincin Pitcher Ralph Terry signed ,
Ma,(lor, 443.Kndl tried to keep his obvious the Chicago players. : = 04. Colgate 77.
: H.m.a. 414 nati's Jim Maloney both 20- with the New York Yankees Opposes Move Tl, Lahioh *S Mi's, i,.., M Ind ana *TW

Oohmko Poa"loo, 114. 4J4Halon hidden.Drafted From Bucs game winners last season. I outfielder Boog Powell with Brasse president of the National Mnloo.BOUTHWIItTNow ,.. Wyom.* *.|. ,on,la III It: W.Cinolnnotl Ontario,II I*(.otl.OoPaul .
"iriron tato W. Tl. Utah 4t.oia Chlaao Houeto.1 ...
Lou t
"11. .a. Loyola *
;iiRif "Wl' 515, The Pirates hoping to keep Stengel was Impressed with Baltimore outfielder Tony Oliva League Players Association -T..rloon.... A.M'0. Iirwa! ,. t7. Ohio Btato w.mo.' 74.
full I ,
I, 5.i05iO.k,14S.SOLES C""TcH Hinsley out of the first-year his first efforts. Selma also with Minnesota, pitcher Bennie has declared in advance he > To. T* a'T-:: .7*.. W Drake,, 44. On* la To City 14.
AGENCY ALL IV'NT. ..ANDICA.. batters allowing two Daniels with Washington and wants protection for play. Jradlov IT N 7* iji lllinole *1Xavlor
him fatjd six more
", ..II.n hh.d", "13. draft went so far as to keep I Arkan*** Tl. .Baywr *1MU : ( 14.5.534 IIS.Colorado .
.and, Mamo, 14*. a sure fielderby seven signed with Boston-out- ers' rights in contract matters U tn Chriat. t.H.rdln *O. Hebra.ka 12
309 S. TENNESSEE AVE. Lou *l II 114*. out of competition and did i not hits but proved I -.,_. 5*. Abilon* ChrlitlanHV lois.. State et M.-ourl I T$ (.U.<
loan Thomaa, lull even Issue him t uniform number grabbing four grounders He fielder Roman Mejlas catcher written Into the measure. Football .. : ". K)b.L! .. *.. 4* <<.tI.
PH. 682-4141 Williama, & lKitty Moarta It :Jii Mow h'oii.s .l. ;: Mo oaV : Tl.Cro.phtan .
tEa:.tt.: .,.d r, :Silt. In art effort to keep him out also showed more poise than Russ Nixon and pitchers Arnold management has shown no UCLA 5*. Wa.hlnn ... ..to,. W Mihian .Tl.
Representing 3.1.,. al..,... IUI. of sight. But the Mets' spy systern -Hinsley Earley, Jerry Stephenson. Pete enthusiasm at all for such proposals Utah *t tt.,Col. tt U (4 (otl. Dayton Dame( Memohie*l tt. Latito SI- nMetro Tl.m >
1\\: America 0,5' H'.... U7l. and Jack C.I.n'* tt (tanlord it. I ,chitan sut. 107 leva 12A :
and While the Mets were getting Smith Pete Charton .
was W.
found out. Hinsley 55. oo B California T* r Foroa T*. '. .
; fir tV Camalty. C*. .vaN'f1 SCKATCM the winter meetings. to probably the earliest Gaines ,, Representatives of big league Oi-eoon ID*. Ooniao* *0. Bewllne: Oroon :r.r5m.: 7.M .
[ drafted at away
Lou Still lisa Ban Franoiooo lOa u A. Larola I*. ,."'1 Ohio II. TekMo t*.

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t SPORTS LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday Feb. 11, 1961 "I\,"5:45. rw,: o>>:.: "':oIIXoC<<- .. : ......>>:::::>;:-W':: .=::: :
OF THE TIMES Cupit Wins ,J'- I :::.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:..:-:.:.:.:... :.: ::.:....._ 'oY.<<*'::..yYY :.':'.;. .";''l :: -: ::'::':':::>>: .' '.:,r-.:...

f Stage Is Set- Tucson Open

Enter Yogi Berra Golf Title J v,

By JOHN DREBINGER van None could do anythingwith a
TUCSON Aria (APJacky
@ 1ekl 4ork;{ Ctnra: the lowly Highlander., Cupit could be the Idol of all
as the Yanks were then known. ,4r r
PT. IAUDERDALE Short college freshmen today

They could have been ,
ly before noon tomorrow Lawrence of the Mets. earlyanCl'stor. He Just knocked off the senior

Peter Berra, called l Finally In 1918 more In desperation big man on campus.It .
Yogi, will make his formal than happened in the $30,000
anything else
bow the Yankee Tucson Open Golf Tournamentand
a. new manager the Yank., then owned by the
He's only the 17th tklp- two colonels Jacob Ruppertand admittedly a few years after

per In the club'i history, and Cap Huston-reached Into Cupit and Rex Baxter left u'ti
that's the University of Houston. Butit Announcing
a fairly email number, the National League. They

considering the Yank. are landed Huggins, who had been happened.
about to embark on their 62d managing the Cardinals with Cupit shot a one-under-par 71 ,, )** The First U

season I In the American only a fair measure of sue- in the final round for a 278 .5

League. Especially so, since cess-two thirds In five years. total 14-under-par, to capturethe y

several In the group, such as He was a little fellow who $4,000 first prize In the Tuc AnnualPROGRISS

Kid Elberfeld, Roger Peckln- never said much was at timesa son event over the 6,917 yard

paugh and Johnny Nuen mere- bit grumpy and in the years desert course of the 49ers Country

ly served as Interim managers that followed was to be com Club. SPECKS ARC BITING-J. C Whir *n4 Myr CoughUnkt
finishing out a season. You pletely dwarfed the Baxter Second
might even Include Arthur giants with which by he mighty surrounded Baxter of Amarillo, Tex., [."{ 41 .,.ch wkil tithing In Toylor'l Creek near Okoocho-

Fletcher, who took over briefly himself such as Babe took second with 69 and 278, b.. .. They Sirs ullng Missouri minnowi out of Th. Boit Will

i following the death of Miller Ruth, Lou Gehrig Bob Meusel collecting 2700.

Hugging late In the 1929 and the like. But he proved a When Baxter was the national .. ..., s r EDITION

J' season. That would make the tremendous manager with i collegiate golf champion at FISHING-HUNTING

i number 18. nerve to match. Once he fined Houston Cupit was a freshman

But 17 or 18, there actually Ruth 5000. What Is more, he albeit only a year younger than The P- To Be Published By The
have been only five, starting made it stick. the champ. Now at 26, Cupit Purpose 'I' bs

with Hugging! who helped I He led the Yanks to their has won his third PGA tournament : p '

bring the Yanks to the positionof first pennant In 1921 followed trail title adding the I' ; I LAIELAND( LEDGER \

eminence they enjoy to with another In '22, but lost Tucson diadem to the Canadian Of Extra Dollar H

day. They form an Imposing the World Series both times Open of 1961 and the Western :: kl'

array as well they might, However, he was back In '23 Open of 1962. I Saturday, March 28th

considering that among them with another flag and the Bruce Crampton of Australia By FRED W. JONESFI&hlnll.Huntlnll

they brought to the Yanks world title as well, in 1926-7-8 finished third at Tucson as the Y IT'S TIME WE TOLD

more pennants (28)) and more he reeled off three more flags old man among the top finish Editor

world championship. (20) only to fall victim of uremic ers. The 28-year-old Crampton This year as no doubt all of you are well aware we are THE WORLD ABOUT

than any other club in major poisoning late In the '29 sea posted a 69 and 278 total. all paying an extra dollar for our fishing licenses. That extra

league history.Of son. Here followed an interesting dollar was added to the cost of the licenses and is being set

those who preceded Mug episode. aside specifically for "fishing Improvement and fish .eq ill':
gins, only the first, though he Ruppert's choice was Hug- Winter Haven ment." manage i POLK COUNTY'SDECISION

never won a pennant, could gin's coach Fletcher. But Trims Lakeland
be classed in stature with with players, managers and Of course, "fishing improvement" is necessarily a long

those who later succeeded coaches fairly drooling for Lakeland dropped both matches range program. It takes time to raise more fish and to plan a 4

him. That was Clark Griffith this most lush of all baseball of a high school golf matchto and build the facilities needed. TOGO

the Old Fox, a Greek pitcherat jobs Fletch turned It down. Winter Haven's Blue Devilson But signs at least of Improvement are beginning to appear r 1r .,

the turn of the century, Ruppert settled for one year Friday. according to information from the Game and Fresh Water a :.a ,..,

whose first claim to distinction of Bob Shawkey, a pitcher, The varsity lost 6-1 I, while Fish Commission. The first few months of the program were I AHEAD !
came in 1901 when he then in 1931 again reached the jayvees were blanked 7-0.
in and
spent study planning. a program has been out
managed the first American Into the National League, Buddy Simmons (W) downed lined and is under 1

League pennant winner, the coming up with Joe McCarthyof Joe Lewis (L), 1-0; Timmy Wil- way. +'
White Sox. In addition to managing the Cube Marse Joe brought ber (W) beat Mike Jackson (L). According to the commission an eight point program was 'l I : Send Copies of The

the Old Fox also was back the winning touch with 1-0; and Simmons-Wilbur beat needed to efficiently Improve fresh water fishing. Those eight iM FOR DECISION

i a 24-game winner that year. emphasis as he bagged eight Jackson-Lewis 1-0; Tony PriceW points include: 4t > ,; ;'; ; DECADE

When the American League flags. Four of these came in ( ) beat Jimmy Crumpton (L), 1. Greater access and boat ramp construction. 2. Addi Progress Edition

I moved into New York in 1903 a row along with four World 1-0; Harry Guice (L) beat John tional fish management areas 3, Expanded fish population To Your Friends.

i Johnson founder and presi- Series during which the Yanks Brook (W). 1-0); and Price-Brook control. 4. Expanded pollution investigations and abatementand

dent of the league, inducedthe lost only three games. downed Crumpton-Guice, 1-0. parasite control. 5. Expanded experiment, developmentand Let's "Brog-A-Litfle" About Polk.

newcomers to land Grif But In '46, Marse Joe met Winter Haven's 4-man team stocking of exotic fish for additional sport fishing and for

fith. They did, and in 1904 more than his match in Larry downed the Lakeland quartet.In _

Griff just missed a pennant MacPhail then the Yank. the Jayvees Winter Haven TAMPA SOY TIOE It". "._..,II.... "II."..... H.oN td.,, I Ot ....,. EACH
when, on the final day, a wild major-domo. They didn't see won all the points: Danny Eng 1 55.,..i 10.34: S.0 Ndw 115., .... .., ro_ 5.01 3451 ...., II ...., mAAto. COPYENCLOSED

pitch by Jack Chesbro, withan eye-to-eye at all and in mid lish beat George Stewart Bill '" emu JJ 5 tl .17,10 I m JU JUJ,

Incredible record of 41 victories season McCarthy stepped out, Mattox beat George Burkhart ;
rough fish control. 6. Continued
blew the flag. To this leaving first Bill Dickey then English-Mattox beat Stewart- trails and other weed control.hyacinth 7. Renovation control, expandedboat p Mail;' or Bring This/ Coupon To IN I A
and updating
day ancient survivors of that Nuen to finish the season. Burkhart Joe Gainey beat Hugh

era insist it actually was a The fiery MacPhail's man Duey Gainey beat Ken Bryant of present fish hatchery facilities for new species of fish. COLORFULWRAPPER

past ball that should have was Bucky Harris who won In and Gainey beat DueyBryant.The 8. Lake and pond construction program with maximum fish THE LAKELAND LEDGER

been charged against catcher '47, but despite a tremendous four-man team lost also. management in large population centers. P. 0 BOX 408
.94- .
Jack Klelnow, proving that In job against stiff odds was With an anticipated fishing Improvement budget of $308- Corner of Missouri & Lime

this respect the game 'hasn't nosed 1 out In '48 and out he 100 the fisheries management division has outlined the following Lokelond Florida C
I went. Rochelle 2 5
changed much. Any official Plays projects: ti Y
scorer will tell his tough That brought In the fabulous
you Boat ramp acquisition, $20,000; boat ramp construction Enclose 25c each for single
est task II differentiating between years of Casey Stengel with Union Tonight
10 $20,000; pollution study $10,000; construction of fish hatcheriesand I copies or $1.00 for 5 copies.
a past ball and a wild pennants in 12 tries But
public fishing lakes $150,000 purchase of channel catfish EACH OR
pitch. after winning his 10th in '60, Rochelle's Panthers will try ; .

Anyway, New York had to Casey stubbed his toe in the to boost their won-lost record to fingerlings and striped bass for stocking $27,000; chemicals MAILED FREE

wait 17 before it World Series ninth fish food and fertilizer, $48,000; regular salaries and expenses,
years finally on a inning 13-7 here tonight at the Panther Anywhere in the U. S. or Conada
caught up with Its first pen homer by Bill Mazeroskl and gym when the Lakeland school $10,000; boat ramp truck with special winch $3,000; extra

nant. Old Griff stepped out In the Yanks decided Casey was tangles with Union Academy of labor and fish tags $2,000; miscellaneous signs posts nets 5

1908 moving on to Washington too old to go any further. In Bartow in a Negro prep cage and reprint of the St. Johns River survey $5,600; electronicfish p a.l am enclosing $

where he first became came youthful Ralph Houk to contest. detector $1,000; non-operating $11,000. y" ,. Please Moil the Decade for Decision

manager, then owner found win three more.. But the Ma. The Panthers bowed to Tam- Progress Edition Tot

ing a dynasty which alone of jor missed that last World pa Middleton at Tampa on Friday Important Items On Budget da ; :. :; FOR

that era, survives to this day. Series and he was promotedto night. The varsity lost,

His son, Cal owns the transplanted general manager.And 76-48 with James Foster stopping So-there's the budget and the program that Is proposed. 'I" 't' 4 NAMgItc
Washington Senators so enters Yogi Berra the Panthers with 11 points Let's take a look at it. !

now the Minnesota Twins who officially takes over tomorrow Middleton also won the Jay- First Florida's fresh water fishermen are a good sized

Following this came an odd with happily no illusions vee game 4834. Charles Bell crowd you'll notice-at a dollar a head they're going to make '' f;. ADDRESS $1

assortment of skippers that included of what's expected. "It'sa with IS led the Panthers. that budget more than $300,000! ,4

George Stallings, Hal nice job," remarked Yogi Rochelle is now 14.7 for the And that No. I project-boat ramp acquisition and con ; CITY STAT[

Chase, Harry Wolverton I today. "All you have to do is season and 12.5 in conference struction. In the 18 years we've been writing this column we + . . .
Frank Chance and Bill Dono- win."
.... ...._."---"._ ---,,------.--.-....play.. ... .."".-..-......". expect we've heard more gripes about getting places so people
< could get on lakes and streams than any other one item. Now MAILED

they're going to spend more than $40.000 in the Immediate future N.MI

I 1 Bowling Scores League Standings |II doing Just that. : 7' FREE

I The construction of public fishing lakes part doesn't Inter 1 ADDRESS

est us much In this section: of the state for we have plentyof

TWILIOHTI. 14. Na M.ekary.''FaL;:':'. Avri... m.II '. c.. 100 OAMf,. ,. natural-and Anywhere
:'e.'I '4*l. J. Vr *' tin.j many man made-lakes. But to thousands
Void. O.iriaini. H..h ...... wNImd.lr'+Mors. ...: 5 ....,., 20I| R. P...I.k. many CITY STAn
[ VV.bo UW c." : 7741 Ton 177 :2571 I. ...kOl. UI, I. T..r". of Florida's fishermen in some areas where lakes are N In the
:: ;fa .noil O.rM : 55 i 25'i** ,Individual, ..... Joan 2771 D. ...NN. .171 ... .u"'d.
Rudy H..II 7/ Ioo''j'U, C. L...... .., scarce, that Is an important Item.
.551 I. s 300
H.... ...... ma <../"...,. 717 _.,.. M..I| ,individual, _.... Joan .. D.,,.'.. 755Ishb1
Du""..... ; .N. K. SIIuN,, ,.h O. ....., The Item for the purchase of striped bass for stocking purposes U.S.
Nnh| _.. ,..........1. (T*. Md.! 20 YAM I II. 1101, a. 10,"... ..,..*. a.OLVMFIO H...... will be N.MI
of interest
.15,35... Jaan 553,52s2. 530. to many people in this-and other- r
Mnn ...... IN.... '10. Lakaland. Fad-I, ITI oases Luaus h '
NN ...."... Dot Idwr.rd., IM- L.Vorna Huahot areas for here again Is an item we've been hearing about for or
N.h arm ....... ITT*, Lak"."" Ft-I iff. Jran *oard. IN1 lotty (laphont.I2 ., .Mfr's ..."..,01 oilW'N 3.35Re.a.v of _
RNM.MntIN. | .rttY paonal... 110.pl.t.i i c.......... N .0 years. Many our fishermen believe the striped bass would ADDRESS
th. aahtai '-'*. Jan *ito>, Faro Luntlord. .-R JudyOardnor. D.."'. tail snot ..0'Do..totl.
D.... H....... .,.Id,'" T.... Fr.. low.4T. 210; Msr,n Ounnaway. lIOiDo. M.rmNr I. \ JJViN' make an important addition to the sport. Y ,, Canada
.. ... ...I .I....... ....
5NI .1. .0.01. O"T AnM l-lOi Rortha Ouiltord.Roplo.10. T. II eo And we mentioned Just the other of
.. .. .5N ,. day one "exotic"species -
100, .- 0''O. N i Dor. 1.10 1 IbMNw 7.101 rMd h to m _'00' -." '. StandardHigh'toam t CITY;
1 lei, Lola Rlack, 7.101; .". 0.1. STATE .
0.53,5.1711 .. Mwhoo. 110. I lot Lillian' M>.. .amat .......11'''. h....."... .. they're already experimenting.... with.... . . . .
'- -- -- --
200 Jaw { PIN I l-IOi M.r1. Rorndttan. 2-11 01.
21'. _.... Dw.w.r1.M. Ann fen. ,ot ...If...... 2.TMIDULLA. ,5,53. Individaul SIN, J. ..0.....,. ORDERYOURS
., .... ThITI SLIM 1'1.H. .
in.17. ..Lo..... P55 P '.utt, JOt. Md .ffNhVl Won Latt .,.. ,"...-...1 ......, TIh Mary Co. Crocketts Slate PE Cagers Gain f
700. IN. W.II....... I 1. (tn. Ray Ml a. 700 0".10 f NAME
OAMCiruohan 2. .... Rala .. Mary Coo. 211: I, Rokmian, ....
.. "ii. Tyiwrt ,. ......". It | Shuffle rSM'
155. ..,. Lrh....'I ",. 00.",,, Oohmk,,I.. W...... IT .1 aon"**""*"' '"' ***' AIMS' "ulch.Mutehooan *- TourneyMr. City Loop Lead {
C' ... ... M."' 00.... toam ......, Alloy c.... Ml. 1111.4b1
POI, '1 55.nNN 'fjj1 '. /, M.... ...... .."... Alloy c.... >T1. *!,.". .-,-... I .. --DDRlS'S NOW !
... i.IStr"!I .. .. .. ..... and Mrs. C. B. Crockett
U.. L... tIJY, H.* '" ".1 .""* *" WYYI' Hutt. .10: M.nTAHLITS RNmend. I Polk Electric took over sole -
.. ..... .. .
,. MA,1 111 i. .11. .rs. land Ito 7 Ih ".. 1
of Colorado ll
.,,. ... ....... illsIn3..1155 3.3.101W formerly Springs
IM .....t.. 373ri. L.. KS. 00. individual Rokort W.k I35.. l"'k."Oo 7.101, possession of first place In the -
bred. Al... CN. o
CYANAMID U"GUIWo... L..'I 32sLIMt ,TltnT Colo., who recently moved to CITY STATE
1. Allayeata' IUMWo" ..... W L. Lakeland, will sponsor a doubles !''City Basketball League while . . . .
....... 1. Crafraylittoana 32 .. Lo ". 0... ...
.. wm r. "" Il II 4ryt
.. T"u", jj ,. 2. "".r 0._. N II a. ..... Oulf MYIMS n shuffleboard tournamenttomorrow Peoples Bank gained a tie with JJAtiSk
,. ...... .. .. .
d. IRO1XM : N .J III Oonor< T. ...... Co. eo II
MM 735.. AlNrab. 5,5.55, loam *ama, Lima mtrifcora, IS* 1. V,,,'. 4242 451" and Tuesday at the Webster Baptist for the lead in _
H.... toam .am.. .... ""....... I 5,55 Wm wN. L.me 55..k.,.. 171 OA.11 Lakeland Shuffleboard Club I F NAME _
_.... 1055. D..MA ,.,. the Recreation Basketball
H.... individual IM John 10' 5YAYn5L League -
.,..... 5,311 Individual. ....... M.ncy NnYMen. u.. Mr. and Mrs. Crockett 1II1
-00.... 'individu. *....., 710 JMnLryw.n I.., ......... 00.0101.. Ill 100 0".. this past week.
."** Nn4 lMYln. 5...,.., 7051. present more than 30 trophies -
,. .... ,., M.th.JI"Jt aroo'n..2 Ol'I'r.dOat.ir2ll I 111. Ywnn. .' ,, ADDR SSNOTE
I..H." *1. 0.11.' lf.l ".'".t ,-1 ,11. I f W-FALMOIII kLIMwan ...I... ......Jennwn .I" LNnln.Nqh to the entrants. Polk Electric (7 I) knocked ?xNitc
L... *.' '00( ..." V j. Slrd"!, Laatla Wm MIm5 3.35.43,4 03.5.35! Only members of the LSC are I Gene's (6 2) out of a first placetie
'i 55.i I .
I. W.ld. 2< 4
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!2 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday Feb. 17 1964 "
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17 Unpublished Gershwin ?4AWCY A VERY WHAT f

Tunes To Be Made Public 4 TheStars ON EA3L )i-n"-PLACE v'HILL4 ,_ TO YOU ? jTHiNJ : ,

Nr. !tIork trimf. books, which date back to 1920 "a

HOLLYWOOD Severn e e n Ira Gershwin estimated the :71 t Sy
hitherto unpublished compos notebook contained at least 50
tiont by George Gershwin are completed tune *. Gershwin -
to be made public by his brother who is well known for hi. ten-

Ira, who wrote the lyric. dency to underestimate, later
for most of hi. songs for Broad- conceded that there might be Impel

way and Hollywood. twice that many. -
Fourteen of the piece. have "But some of these," he pointed :

been sent to George Balanchine out, "are not complete" By Carroll 'Rght.r

the choreographer by Andre Not since 1946 has a Gersh. i iA Ill J7 NCE FASTf K- FASTfK11'VE DONB IT.' LIKE Alt 7HB RfST-ME
Kostelanetz, the conductor with win song with lyrics by hi* ,AihiI p.- iA5TfWFASTPLAPPIEptAPPIER HAPPIER HAPPifR-J is UNPJR THE POWER OF MX PRUM/Z
the permission of Ira Gershwin. brother been made public At _ etve CONQUEREP TMC PHANTOM! i
George Gershwin died In 1937 that time, nine tongs were don

Kostelanetz has asked the For the movie, "The Shocking _ _
choreographer, who is the creative Miss Pilgrim," tarring Betty Monday, Feb 17, 1H4 ..,
force behind the New Grable ,
York City ballet to consider the GENERAL TENDENCIES Open your mind to greater I \
music for the creation of a Unusual Fashion The early part of the day is understanding of your fin. '
ballet.In The long for that movie were extremely fine for whatever ...oclate.. You then will be
addition three piece. by done in an unusual fashion. Ira has to do with new plan and on the right track and become I _

George Gershwin are to be used Gershwin hummed hi* brother' for expanding your aim and successful. Keep your
in a movt' to be made by Hilly tunes to Kay Swift, a songwriter amb'tlon' to take in many promises, especially in mat. ::
Wilder. The lyrics have just and friend of the Gershwin benefit and activities that have ters of policy. 1

F been written by Ira Gershwin. Swift then wrote them on music not been a part of your life SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. (DcDAA

The picture to be called "Kisi sheets and Ira Gershwin did the ere this Later you would be 21) Scheduling time and activities p 0 mEt3frMMEIE
I Me, Stupid" was written by' lyrics. wise to carry through with early will help you to ( g tA D -

Wilder and hi. collaborator, The unpublished Gershwin such arrangement* so they are put In a very good day' work,
lal Diamond. music came to Kostelanetz' quickly made successful Co-worker are apt to be on : "
attention about two months ego ARIES (March 21 to April the beam now and all i o UIKE TO Reopen vWHOTfeL \ J'I 'TTGrIE WILL CLEAN
Miming Set when he visited Ira Gershwin' 19) A day when you can react smoothly. Be courteous but BUT IT WOUU>TAKB I IM THEM our TrTrlrJ&TO' 66TAWAV

The songs will be done by two home in Beverly Hills. most charmingly and pleas firm with others.SAGITTARIUS. A MOWYW Tb cIefr5,4, I IGOn FROM THE SPIDERS.ADON'T .

of the stars, Dean Martin and Kostelanetz read the music antly with others and therebyget (Nov. 22 to ThE GCBWEBS.J
Peter Sellers, filming will begin and became excited. He pleaded ahead faster. First be sure
Dec. 21) Getting off with good
with to take health treatments
March 2. Gershwin to permit the you
friend of
long standing helpsto
The three songs are called. music to be played publicly. need I* your wardrobe impeccable increase mutual respect
"I'm A Poached Egg" Gershwin was reluctant until ? 1I 1-
and Dress welL
"Sophia" and "All The Livelong Kostelanetz spoke of a possible TAURUS (April 20 to May
Then off to fun and pleasurewith
Day." ballet by Balanchine. 20) Making an effort to be
a smile on face.
Perhaps more Importantthan The compositions were copied with highly expert people In your
the Gershwin music now and sent to Balanchine. Gersh- your line of endeavor brings CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to

being made available Is the win say he thinks the choreographer fine results now Don't turn Jan. 20) Have you bothered
fact that there is a much larger ; was in Europe at the your back on those who lookto to take stock of your own
storehouse of Gershwin compositions -time He has not yet heard you for aid. They become home and family of late? B. ::::. 'I

In the composer's note- from Balanchine. laval friends fair' not ODinlonated. however I
GEMINI (May 21 to June Get real estate Improved and
I.21) This I* the day when that increase It* value in the community *
Show .
Bing Crosby Helps dynamic and successful friend THAT
I will listen to your ideas Cometo AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb
Make TV WeekendBy an agreement quickly. Get 19) Much activity both at PSI II YERfQND? 6c3 > IT FROM/
Into group meeting. tonightand home and In the business d!
make things!! hum. world brings the results you = 31t
CYNTHIA LOWRYAP derful early "Maverick" shows MOON CHILDREN (June 22 so desire. Work with a purpose .

Television-Radio Writer Destry Is played by John to July 21) Don't be afraidto don't be gullible. Relax f'J

NEW YORK (AP) Bing Gavin who Is an attractivecross ask for a raise If you deserve in the evening with those L

Crosby makes only an occasional between James Stewart one In AM, or to go you like. Li50S i
television appearance. Each and James Garner. He Is supposed after greater profit In a positive PISCES (Feb. 20 to March !

of his shows however, has been to be hunting down a fellow way. It is up to you to 20) There are no two way
delightful and the most recent who framed him, but he's become more popular, too. about It you have to get =
on CBS Saturday perhaps was not very serious about it. It's Eliminate flaws In appearance down to business in order to
the best of all. just a device to move him to early. get what you want now. Lookto %

The music was tuneful the new adventures, preferably LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) financial wizard for Ideas. 45 -

dancing graceful and Ingenious comedic each week. No better time than now to More money solve all of ... moo .mm____-_ --__ I
the sketches amusing and the Even Beatles AmusingAll find the sources of Information your problems.If .
guest star. talented. in all It was a fine weekend which will equip you bet- Your Child Is Born Today WORRY CLINIC

Peter Gennaro the bright of television without even tef for the tasks ahead. You the Interest will be focused I
one drama about drug addic mainly on New Age -
such -
dancing star was great and the worry too much. Utilize -
hit number of the whole show tion. Even the Beatles on Ed energy in constructive way ideas and activities and you Why Cupid's Arrow ."
perhaps was his light-footed Sullivans Show Sunday night .stead. must not try to deter your
duet with Kathryn Crosby. seemed fun or am I getting accustomed VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) progeny from achieving great
Bing'. young wife demonstrated to their hairdos? Fretting over petty affair success in such. Rather, equip F Pointed At HeartBy

that she could sing nicely, wastes time that could bringIn him or her with the finest
Recommended tonight: "Hol- real abundance. Sit down education possible so that a W. Crane
too. George Ph.D. M.D.
lywood and the Stars," NBC and have a good talk with as.soclate. real contribution can be madeto ,
Crosby Relaxed 9:30-10: (EST) "The Angry .. Blueprint your Ideas the public in general. Teach .
CASE R-48J Alan B.
: aged Aristotle blood
Screen," a study of films used full ahead early to complete whateverhas says vessels
Crosby was his usual relaxed and speed on plans. 18, Is a college freshman whois also run to
self, singing with Rosemary for propaganda purposes. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) once been started taking a beginning courseIn of the body, too."every part

Clooney exchanging the usual psychology, By this time the
insult banter with Bob Hope Johnson's Aunt Irish Director Holds "Dr Crane," he asked "on would begin to realize students that

and generally keeping things Val.I n tine' _ their quick decisions about

moving. weekend note Dead At 90 Forth On ShakespeareBy Day all the _ the brain's being the centerof
Another happy stress Is di our being
was not as easy
was the premiere Friday night PRATTVILLE Ala. (AP) rected at the to prove as they had at first
of ABC' new Western series. Funeral services will be held BOB THOMAS Shakespeare, born 400 years heart not believed

"Destry," a tongue-in-cheek affair ,Tuesday for Mrs. W. A. McKay. AP Movie-Television Writer ago April 23. Guthrle came hereas the brain "But, Dr. Crane" a fourth

reminiscent of those won- 90, an aunt of Mrs Lyndon B. HOLLYWOOD (AP)-Sir Tyrone the' first speaker In a pro- "Cupid Is student would protest "we

Johnson, who died Sunday In a Guthrie, Irish giant of the gram for the quadracentennla thus picturedwith just KNOW the brain Is the
Selma Ala., hospital after a theater, was in town to say his arrows center of thinking."
long illness. She was a sister of some kind words for an old planned by the UCLA Extension pointedat "
T. J, Taylor father of the Pres- friend celebrating a birthday.The Division one of many such eel the heart have"Well I would admit "we
And In _______ been TOLD that, but
dent's wife. old friend I. William ebratlons In all part of the maybe
our ordinary our Informants have
OPEN 12.45 world. speech DR CRANE been tricking u., for Aris-

NOW SHOWING Americans Popular With Mauling Survived we talk about 'hardhearted'and totle'i generation would also
say they just KNEW the
I Before taking off for other 'softhearted' people
?a... n.... wat Residents Of Australia lectures at Berkeley and the "So what ever gave man. heart was" the center of our
... thinking. (More tomorrow
thwr 0th*. ntvcr_tl.n will ..otu.an-. Citadel In South Carolina, the kind the notion that the ).
famed director of the classicswas heart wa the center of our
I.e. "THI vicTomal"iv
By WILL GRIMSLEY more like a boisterous nephew ol asked what he thought of emotions and Ideas?"

SYDNEY, Australia (AP-As Uncle Sam. I this year' to-do for the Bard. BrazilIn
far as Australians concerned "WHERE IS the center of
"We lot closer
are a to America 'Oh, I think he'll survive" he
there' no such animal as the our thinking?" you may ask I Fresh
'Ugly American." than England not only In, replied. "It Is a sign of greatness and even the grammar schoolchild

The Yanks, often pictured as miles but in our culture and in such figure as Shakespeare I I will answer "The

puffed up with wealth and power habits," a young executive fora and Verdi that they can brain." TurmoilBy
survive any amount of maulingover MISS CHINATOWN USA-Jout Leone, 18-y.or-old Sacra
For that fact self-
win seems
may not popularity contests large Australian oil firm re- "
the ..
in Bangkok and Beirut marked. "I wouldn't ba surprised years evident to us modern people. MILLER Calif., City con.,. itudant, wai Hamad Miss ChinatownUSA

Zurich and Zanzibar. But the if some day we wind up He conceded that the cele- But we also tend to think it I RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil far 1964 ar lbs Chi.... N.w Y.., FaiHval" San Franoua.

people love 'em in this broad as another of your states what bration might even do Shakespeare must have been a sign of stupidity I ([AP-Amid talk of revolution The S-feot, 7-Inch' coed wowa Iud,ai and, 3,500 tetcrorort with,

developing land of the loalas would we be, No. 51?" some good, so long as the that the American Indians I and coup d'etat Latin Amerl o datiling danca touSles She will ba crawnad at ttia Caranatien

and kangaroos. A talkative taxi driver and slays are accepted for their entertainment never had invented the I ca'i largest country I Is totteringonce Ball Fab. 21 culminating 10-day festival. Sha la aavanth winntr

"All' you need Is an American they're all talkative when they value and not as literature wheel! again on the brink of deep of the tirlo. Mill laeng poiat bafara sash of Chi.... 'dan. (lAP
accent and treated like find He Is appalled at how Aristotle was the smartest Wiraphate)
you get they've got a fare from political.,, i and economic crisis.widespread .
a i king," said a paunchy Pitt across the Pacific put it an- the young are exposed to psychologist of antiquity, yet strikes rampant

Street pub keeper. he fanned other way as he nursed hit hack Shakespeare. h. thought the brain was just Inflation, unrest In the armed AT THE THEATERS COW HAS TWINS
the foam from a tankard of potent -down Castlereigh Street In the "They should not be allowedto the cooling system for the forces and mouning leftist

Australian beer. "All the heart of this bustling metropo- experience him too early," he blood. pressure on President JoaoGoulart' ,. FILMLAND DltlVI.IN. ANDOVER N.J. (APAcow )
heilahs start The Ii.! observed. "High school is all Aristotle regarded the T.du_.."urns Tnnns. .YrUntoa.
swooning. government underlinethe c and "S.o'd 'D the II...... called No. 13 gave birth to
blokes shout another round ol "I think we ought to right. But It is better for students brain as something similar to I troubles. QNOVS TH."TlII
quit sing- Todar thromh triplets-two bulls and a heifer
the modern radiator in Wed IrIda F Sunday
beer. Before you know It, you're Ing 'God Save the Queen' and not to be exposed at all an inNoY.k'LAS5INI
than be automobile.In Although many observers feel f -Friday in a stall on Harold
humming 'The Star-Spangled start singing 'God Save Austral- to taught Shakespeareby Goulart will be able to ride out Today. and Tomorrow>*.IVI ftlratt-Jafkftt"IN
Banner Is,' he said glumly. "Our best a dull teacher." my classes at North the latest wave of crisis rumors KJ...:.W"1*"' Umtut to u brTodar 'ittenger's farm.

AYTRAcTIoITaslqte'a: American Tips Seen friend is the United States, not Movies Raise Doubts weatern University I often of an attempt to topple his POlIO TH.ITIII No. 13 had twin calves *few
John Bull." let the students try to prove .. Uirouin Balurdalr Th* Vle-, '
TV Australia Is distant Guthrie also dubious government[ are generally a "'" years ago.Wf .
Night a branch In was that the brain Is the centerof OXy TMiATtn (N.. > I
fairness It be .roday >
T. .. 0. T* e MavlalTONIGHT of the British Commonwealth, in said about movies as a medium for our thinking. harbinger of Increased political ..and Tomorrow: .: jual .
-- that this cab driver's viewpoint Mor* and Date BRttILVin kmd" and MlMourl' Trawl"WAUCHULA
some respects loyal and deeply probably small appreciating Shakespeare."I "Assume you lived at the turmoil Today ..Tomorrow MOON DRIV" *:.IN on'.j Trialr\ -_ Blarllt Pour.. lor
represents a anddisgruntled
Tat* Sri 'Follow Uia Boy
rooted In the British traditions thought Larry's (Olivier) time of Aristotle." I would More Trouble Looms 1.11 Mint" and "Baltli. Hrmo WINTER M"VKl": linear in
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minority .___ .. OTHin ..
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but It's getting to look and act "If the Indonesians the 'Henry V' was well done though oegin. "Let see hOw you "" ."U""D"I.I, >- ." .nd wlNTrIHAvCN.sesns.. Pi1 TttPrla .
more cinematic than Shakespeare could derive the fact that the More political trouble looms AVON : > and .5..,.. in* Araonaim
Communist P"RK-H'laD'' "
Grove Park Chinese sweep downon ," he observed. "But his brain is the center of our with the expected signing this BARTOW. -Outdoor 'X the Man* withHAXINlK .
IT '.00,11:00 Center us, who' going to come to month of I Fir." and 1"11.hl If> .N... TAil
Shopping a controversial decree INCOME
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TO BABY JAN?" aL00 SHOWS AT In far New beth,' it was rather a horror "That's logical," I would agrarian reform program I. .. ,. J.. 1.... ___ ....
as as Guinea. launched. "' 1.00.1:10,I:20 When we asked to bring our but as with much of Welles' answer, "but Aristotle would
7:30.5:45: : boys back from North Africa to work a horror with a touch of ay the heart Is also shelter.ed Goulart Is reported considering I ..
"SUNDAY IN NEW YORK" defend the enlu.." within the ribs and cushioned a major revamping of his ; it i-
country, Churchill ;

TONiTE! AND TUESDAYs STARRINGCLIFF Churchill(Prime) said Minister'no.' He Winston laid if hrle's Aside contribution from his lectures to the,1564-Gu by muscles even thicker to protectit surrounding slant Cabinet. to give It a more leftist In to i

s coton HITS SAt JANI against injury Despite official denials rutors ; 911
.11II. See' .and cANINeSTIWANY I* 41Jama ala ROBERTSON- COLO FONDAIN ralla the Japanese, the allies swept would over come Aus- 1964 of celebration"Henry V"will at the be a Tyrone staging "Dr.would Crane argue," a second"a blowon student that the persist government In financial Is considrlng circles. t i i : i

III "TAKE HER, back later and chase them out Guthrie Playhouse in Minneapolis. the head often causes us a new devaluation of the
SHE'S MINE"AT STARTS THURSDAY "Well you know what happened to lose consciousness, doesn'tIt official exchange rate of the
I ? The Yank. came down Guthrie, who rose to fame ?" cruzeiro. Just tell
III SF00 ONLY i/, how much need
HOCK HUDSON In and pulled us out of a jam. We with his vigorous direction in "Correct," I'd admit "but The present official rate Is 600 to bills for home money you
"BATTLE HYMN" f will never forget that." the Old Vic, the Sadler' Wells Aristotle would say a blow cruzeiros to the dollar; the free pay Improvements, car
When President John F. Kennedy and the New York theater, over the heart (solar plexus) market rate Is twice that. repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal

was slain by an assassin's founded the Minneapolis thea- also causes us to lose conS The government also Is being expenses Phone for prompt service
,bullet under a hot Dallas sun last after despairing of "
ter year ciousnesi" pressured to double the national LOANS UP
TO $600
last November, the grief in Australia economics of
the stultifying minimum salary to keep pace
Family EnUrtolnment seemed to match that in Broadway. "BUT WE ARE conscious with last year's Increase In llv-
TOO A t0' the United States. or of skin costs which
every part our a Ing preliminary [
WALT.IIow,"DISNST", Cub. "Our embassy was flooded with BARE-KNUCKLE PUGILISTS third student argues, so the government figures show rose 1mIm1fiNANCE
Tru Lit. Awvwfitura In telephone call and letters from Contestants in the last bare- c enter of consciousness about 93 per cent
T..hnO..r people expressing their sorrow," knuckle heavyweight boxing should be In contact with all

5:55 >ioM said William F. Battle U.S. championship bout were John parts of the body. And nerve The earth rotates, or spins SERVICE, INC.

"Sward WALT in OltNSVS tho Srono" ambassador to Australia and L. Sullivan and Jake Kilram. run from the brain to every from west to east on an imag Lakeland

In T..hn...... I l personal friend of the late with Sullivan defeating Kilrain bit of skin don't they?" :nary axis running through at 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor ,MU 2.7183r

president. in the 75th round. | "Righto," I would concede, F the North and South Poles. Lz-; ._.- -, "


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Abigail Van Buren mall.

DEAR ABBY: I am a senior In high ichool and I like a could have had any number of fine men, prefer these worthless 'I WANT ID-DONT1HIMK THlRt'S BUTSIRI YOU NEVER \ (-TRLADYSAIIPS

boy who If also a senior. Even though he has never asked me good.for-nothlng characters? ,pAtRYNnT aTHERE'S TO GIVE IT WILL BE r.VTHATSLAD/ CAM TFLLTT ID FAMOUS

out when we had our big Girl-Ask-Boy.dance I asked him togo HEARTSICK MOTHER A LIKELY 'ER NECESSAFCSOMETHING/. OROOL-: "i PURITYTHE BtTTE JH'ATHLinU-\\

He tald he was lorry but he wai a Junior Volunteer DEAR HEARTSICK Your daughter has a feeling of worthlessness SusPECTfr'ATiNARRIET1 THE KISS SUSPECT? k LL-WIOWH GIVE HER k / WWLDi GIVE\

Fireman, and he might get a call that night. Then the Rainbow and U at ease only with those to whom she can feel SHE TEST IN ME TELLS SOCIAL THETESL!! 7UOGFJIcERaRHS

Girls had a dance and I asked him again. Ha laid his sister superior. A psychiatrist could probably tell her why.' But Rs p1'G SIFT t40T MESHES THE0IJE WN!!! t t.a.n t.z WORKER!! L/FEff)

was having a baby and It might be born that night ao he unless SHE wants to know, no one can help her A

didn't think he should make any plans. Wow the Girls' Glee *

Club II giving their big Annual Hayrlde! and I want to ask DEAR ABBY: A relative Is my concern. He is his own

him but I am wondering if maybe he might get the Idea that worst enemy He Is a poor listener, and will interrupt anyoneto -

I am chasing him. change the subject or to tell his point of view. He is arro-

BLONDE AND CUTE gant and sarcastic when someone disagrees with him, whetherit pO

DEAR BLONDEt He Just might. is at the bridge table or in general conversation. His bragging \

is insufferable and If he didn't have n.xmey nobody would

DEAR ABBY: Our daughter 1s a good-looking, well-edu put up with him for a minute. I would like to be helpful. G ale MwI _-

Cited, charming young woman In her early thirties. All her life But how? -

the hat disappointed us by her choice of friends. She was mar. A RELATIVE -- .
rled and divorced three times In 10 years to three of the lowest DEAR RELATIVE He doesn't want "help"-he wants an Q NURSE IN ATTEIUQANCEIS WARM, BODY?

characters you could Imagine. One li serving time now in a audience. Avoid him. A CHILD IS BORN A MAID FROM THE MOON. WHAT WOULD WE DO i

Federal penitentiary, She hal recently taken up with another or'l/ )' WITHOUT VOU? IF OIL/I

Inferior type He li lazy illiterate and dishonest. We know CONFIDENTIAL TO "BITTER AND HURT IN L.A. "It i ,$d" ratits o DEARwJI say J '' I KNEW WI-O'r'OU'

we can't live our daughter' lire for her but we want to help Is never too early to try; It Is never too late to talk." ISADYf o' WERE' .v d I

her. Why oh why does an intelligent well bred girl who JOHN F. KENNEDYPUZZLE o .. :P.O'l','0.. .<> ". .,.-., :

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12 Breathing Heating staffer. TVIt PRKIDtNT OF "TEEM EOATtIt1C'JWORDS

I WEDU-TV-Chonnel 3 Army Helicopter sound. vessel. 55 Unspecified !-I VINCt "IF THIS n TO COVW RETURNED ,, .

TAMPA I 13 Observed. 36 Privileges quantity. Jr STARTS MtR HANO E, WHY WAIT MADE / U

21 Veteran or to use another's 56 Trial.ganizatlon = OPINING THC PAYASLE TO J.6.JONEST

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"OXFORDLOIBER (' Is Charged In Air Pollution Will

: ::(Stetson Building Auto Accident I Meet In Tampa -w s kr

t DE LAND (AP) PresidentJ. TAMPA-The problem of

: SERVICE : Ollie Edmunds said today an I AUBURNDALE Herbert E air pollution will be discussed
Florida would
janonymous,I family Bell 2434 Lawndale Road. Lakeland when the U.S. Senate's Spe-
a completely modern BEETLES 'v U Ioio'r WELL, I TRIfiD
: CALLUS : building for Stetson University's was charged with failingto cial Subcommittee on Air and YDu SHOULD NEVER TO FIRER AND R T NEVER I BRING R AGAIN

FOR ANYINFORMATION .'School of Business Administration yield the right of way after Water Pollution meets in the 'r, LOOK IN THE BAECL.OF MAPS THO FUN./ HAD. ONES
accident here that THAT
an Saturday A GUN WHS1 NOISE PO
soon resulted in estimated Federal Building here Thursday LING '
damage at LIK5 TIIAT! ---
I Edmunds said the building $950. morning at 9 o'clock. v11

ABOUT U would cost approximately 500. Bell was driving south on Or- The subcommittee Is under ,

000. ange Street when his car collided ,.! v' .
; BUILDING SUPPLIES : the chairmanship of Sen. Edmund ;
with a vehicle operatedby r
S. Muskie of Maine.
Louise Morgan 606 Alberta I .air "V
: We Are Happy : A-l RADIO Ave., police said. On Friday, committeemen wr

To Help & TV SERVICE I The Morgan car sustained I will tour Polk County to examine c

1 anw M. ....... O.n_ damage of .ISO, and damage to I the problem here according

U 510 WEST MAIN MU III 2..u1 e. .NIb..... a.Ow Mil. 1.1119P. the Bell car was estimated at to Ed Lightfoot of the -- 2 Ir

U PHONI MU 2-2191 Utiet ." t. a r O M. rIN.I $500. There were no Injuries I Polk County Citizen's Com j jI
'police said. mittee on Air Pollution I
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Monday. Feb. IT. IM4LtOAL NOTICE TO CRIDITORB 1-e.ke Kl .lmme. and thence a Ion .hl|> n South to It* Interaecllon CLASSIFIED 1 1 Work Wanted

IN THI COUNTY JUDat'S .h. Wnt ahorelln. of Lak* Klaalmmee nth th* ahor. of r.k.Hatchlneha 7 Tronsperlotten 37 Mattress Renovating 5
In Section M, Townahlp fl b.l.n. .
COURT IN AND CORPOLK to Ita Inteueetlon ADVERTISING d. o. chidI.
ADVIRTISCMCNT COUNTY, FLORIDA I' i North boundary of wlJ. ... Hi Kaat: thane lulh..I. RaNOVATNG ,. Clfll.k"Alia.. .I. Jou
IN UK OP Townehlp til Mouth. Range JO Kaat and Southerly along RATES C. '
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NOTICES OF tALK MAI\'IN L WILKIVB run Ih.nc. Weal along th* ahor* of Lk* Hatchlneha and of Orlando dallr Bon.. P.... Pon. "U ..4. -
On Febru.rjr 14. 1164 N.rlh the Klwhnme* River and of UaaeKlaaluime Hl.h ahol. 01.
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Florid.. b ) Tteglnnlng Ih. NW corner of D.H D. D.yt D.y* mo"ln. 686-66II*
Lk.l.nd. vehlcl. I. )noUt.d 10 f. dupl.l. Maat to Ita Intersection with (hiaat your well and Iniiall your waterlytum .nd
may h* Inapertad .1 .ld d.m.nd. .hl'h yoi ahorelln. nf i : /'lun 1, lownahlp tt Smith. tl 06 tl 40 1 8 IS O* to 3 montbl &pay FLOOR wMhmt ..
the Mid .ddr... Th* und.rl.n.d h.v. .aln.1 Ih* entat* of : I henca Southerly, Lk. lo.al. l.nI. I Rt; run thenc. Houlh 1.1 qg 1 JO TI 10 14 Building, CorptnttrlngROOPINO Phon* MU 1.103. 'inllni. PIIBHIN.. war.
nRht U Wllkln.. .rln :" of Section 1lownahlp 400 IS 39 Inrl. ..
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Byt TAL.BKRT MATTHEWS .Indue. at M. office In th* CotirHoue W.lk.ln.Th..W.t.r. 11'. Nli! corner nf CLAB8IP1ID BPACB IAT jldlDI, np.l. alW*. EMPLOYMENT aU-46. -

Collection Manasar at Bartow Florida, wlthli.Ix Bouthrly, alongth.. renter C.k. Ih.nc.aaliif Section lownahlp I louth. 62 26 per eolump 1.1 noni. eo month ,. B.ZCouuactlnt ..y .M

til a. Kentucky, Ava .. c.lendHr month from F.bru. .k 10 "" '""faectlon thi : : 16 Baal, Ihenr* CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATB Cmp.u. I..u" ...
Lkl.nd. Fl.. >. 10. HIM which I. th. d.l. ort .h.rln. of Lak* .III .ni corner of Section II town 13.10 per column IbebCoBtr.rt Pbon MU 1.161. 52 Help Wanted d.' M I.r.n. .lfO

0.80 flrat publication of thl. nOlc.,I thenre W.lk.ln.Th. ., 1""lh. Rang. tt haal: R.tM Upon Reaueet m..MU IIOS.. euHOalB .

Kaih claim or demand muvt H o tit h e r I y. 10ulh..tnl) Ih.nc. the NW corner ol o REPAIRS. palntlni. root.ing WANTR.D POH rellnloue pobl- FINANCIAL
NOTIC OF APPLICATION POI" wrlln". mii.t .tate the place ori Nnrthwealerlv to Southweat.rly th. Section 6. Townahlp 27 Hiulhi WANT AD DEADLINE block. kriok work, .rl....'.. UOB. Excellent .

TAX OliO ( .n.t. al No. 166) ."* and po.t otr. addreei. or .*tc1 Hhorollnn with Inl..eton n.n".i .Kaat: Ih.nc Routh alnnnth ADS AND BPACE ADB > .. ..blnt. Florida room. dvMtcemeBt. CommlMloB, and

Noilo* |. hrhy \. that of th* claimant ml.t .worn timd bOlnd.r, of I. To.n.hlp 1..1 boundary .aid ..lon o WOR before public ..lm.". -loot. .alined poillloBi ...tal.. .62 Builneti Opportunist
VERSIFIED BKRVICB.B. 11. muet b* r.d ..forenald, or louth. Rang.rlln at, I and of Section* 7. 1 II. IH. tlon < I..do luod.,'. 31-36 Ire* t* Ot.a
holder of Ta* Certificate Ko tl5ldi.thrt ". .aame will void ..Id Lea. alone th.nr.lh II nf Townahlp 17 South, Rang* 2Kaat mu.t. be la our p.ora. 20 pairi-OtnsfolThii Florida BeBd renume t .

d.y .f A. n. /*/ OORPAN W PAKSFOnrAdmlnleirator Kaat boundary of l.rlon. I and .I A to th* center Hue of the nld\.< 4 jo p.m. Pld.otc.). M 221. Lakel.od Ledier. CHOICE BUBINiaa an<. InnroprrUci .
11.JIBS fU.d .am. m" ofrlr, C T.A of Townahln I "OUI" ". .9 l lTo'wnahYp Aul"rnd.I..I.k. Alfred th hlghwan : CLASSIFIED DISFLAT First R .ltor. tan. Memorial Run* LMA.
U IDI run Weat along .
ad .ma. >n .pplc.lon 10t .nd .Ion. bound. Ih.nc. c.n'.r. 11 m public I Feerll'a30TH 53 Wonted Female I
.rnr. Help "U
. t.a .! b. Ih.rn. H"lon To.n.hlp lln* nf aald hlah. to II* Inter .0 leac.pt. .i 1101.

o..lflc.l. embr.ce. NOTICE UNDER n.n. 1.1 I. Ih. loUlh. aectlnn with ih* center lln* oBolenrier mu.t be In our p.o..d. EXCELLENT BCBINEB8 oppr

: property In th< FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .le ".ctnn I: Ih.n.Nt "om.r.. 10 Rod: thenc'* South thi 10Kaat .' belor. I D DOI.olO P.d. WAI""I,WANTD. Boolnod. 2 1,u.I Brwlni knoo.. ,.
''k from eald In I net .
S'-w'iV' > BlmU Klorl *
lh ffsxntSiiSrjs.jj .hor. of 'h. KBUIHTERED NUR8B. 40 llou .. .
In engag. : Lk. ..nl.ry. belor. 1100 a.. ANNIVERSARY I eo.I. I. I. R.llr.
South Ild.rl.n.d. d..Iln. W..t.arl" l.t week. 21-46 Balair 6J66 plumllea. .
F. of North 110 Ftof bl.ln... the flctltlou. n.mi Ih.nc. South .Ionl th* W.at boun.ilary K.at.rl" S.ulJ.a.I.rl" .ne ul t tirday for public.uou la .. .... MU 2-6416. 8.3-03.
W of NBH4 of /. ..f Rang haat to Ihe BWu.'J .I.nl ohonln. ,'. g
't .f I MANN A8SCH IA1H! t to nl.rIn. d. paper MOTEL AND bait iu>lnem eot !
SWli SW' Section a. F LAKhLAND at 1600 LaklPark.r or K. ". t. Townahlp II I.k. l.nU.r, Th. Ledier will Bot re.iponiibl. YEAR cKwLw Tltr8 ".n. *... alui two bedroom b.u.

Jo. n.hlp I South. Rant* MThB Drive. In th* City of Lake. Soulh. Karig* ill : Ihenc. W..t nf a.n4 eonn.cln.them l.k.i. for more l on.Incorrect Dllooa' LI.uo... plui 4 rom home. plui bal.hon
to th* NK corner of Section .nlay I.k. J..I. ". .' ad V.o Ba" 1.0'
and. Florida. to regl.telhe H Inwrtlon. Broo. r.o. Auburd.I.
Ilt.nd. aloni .. L..
aud .
eiiment of Mid Tomnahlp II OF Mr. .
.outh..I.rl' Bridieri .od
.aid name with the Clerk olhe foulh. haal : ) Lul. OB A.
p..p.rt" H.nl. I ..._ of .. LakeJeaale .
"nde ..Id o.rltc.l. .. ( Ircult Court of Polk Countyrlorlda Ih.nc. N.rlh .Ionl I-ji.l .t .ho.ln. of THE UKELAND LEDGER I 37P6 1.0 K.ker It.. .. M
In thKR n.m. JOlN I. WALK., boundary of IJ II to I blldn" : NURSE B for More*. Court Inoom. 6600 tw
.1. Unl... r.rlfl'l 11 IRMNO Z MANN 1 of Townahlp It Houth. Section T. Town.hlp louth. (A TEPHONE to the people of Lakeland WANTE ..I."D tlm.. month plui living oualeL Fvprki116K

t.I ih.ll b. redncmed U.IIONOTICI Range tl Faat lo Ihe NP cornet n.nl. !4 Kaat. ; Ih.nc. and Polk County dolr' ol. -299. LakelandWANTED >: '11.10 ba.
to l.w. th. property daarrlbet i 'i ..''I-"oct Ion I: Ihenc. We.t to th* South bonl.ln. nf aaldHecllnn MU 6-1151 Wrl... B. .nc arr.ntrd C Ll.

thr.ln will b* .old la A LICATION r
at th. 01 101 .' S nf Hetllnn II lownahlp ""It. EXPERIENCED aeeilonlM Main' Phone 6.'
door or "m"h. 2 13.
Courhou. TAX Bill No .
the flr t ( .ne. ) : K haal to II FIRST FEDERAL >ri, d.y .htft only PlppmiPacking Auburnd.l. WO .
month ol "W n.n.. Int.r..I.n .38.
I. a-rien that 1'1. ANNOUNCEMENTS Alfred Ro.d. Win-
Nolr. th lln of
MARCH im, which ii titnc ".:H\IC"S. INCholder .. S "S I:cS '.JS "NW produced* c.nl.r North. : tl..t. ""'Lk.. 2 COIN L.undl.40 eiwh.rdrlen 1
of "ollh .
d.y Ih.nr
MARCH 1964. I ,
of Ta" ( No 2NIeaued lo.lo.
n.td hi. (4th d.y of JAKU the lat of Sana* MM.? along aald center In. lo I. In.Ipr..I.n Personal Notices SAVINGS 116760 a..I.o. \
ART day JCNt. A UHfil thence : h. wllh lh. or WIN TRIP TOWORLD'S Br.Dn.a.
n. ho filed >am. office hloIlhh. Ih* haal nouniy Hniiietard being St.n. tor. i6 4101.

SEAL P H JRCl.rk .nd .. n.4. .n ." for "" .f ""M ""lon' n.d l.v.nd.l., run thenca ".llh..I.'I'' .EL.u.d tl.' .UD. ad FAIR
lLAN. a lax d..e be la.ued th.r..n. 1 South. 'lon 6 8. "own.hl. 1f alongIh* center lln* aald .od.. "U 1-48 AND LOAN ASSN. OF
of Polk County.!Klorlda Maid c.rlllr.t. embrace property, the In f.l.In.h'l th.- corner R.n.h. w 14 E.t.aid, Section ev.rd lo It. Interned Ion mllh thi. < ..tm.t., CUI"r.n LAKELAND Od ..mone... "T.AVON

u.n.. 12; l hence We.l lo Ih* NW hji.t boundary of th* Wl of thiWVj .. .r WANTE
of corner ITAMPI
nl of P.lk. Slal. Florida. .f 10 of Sell Ion 1. Tow n.1 Ip It. Cut LIB.. Downtown:
o- ll ?... ? P .rownahlp. Smith R.n.* ba.l them '.AI" Call 682-4137
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT O* RIIK .I loT Hnf < .I. Ih.n.. North "Oth. ha.l hnundary tIh. Orange at Tennessee detalli
1 t.AKJ South
THI TfNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. II.I.S (ollr. h. Ni oorner lt ".,'lon M. Town. HH.I..I corner.le the NWi, of lhSW' H U R II N 0 homo
IN AND fOR POLK COUNTY, N ? SOUTH, .hll Soulh. U J.t: 0" 11.1 .1"nt.D .100. Grove .r
I 8 of Secllon II, Tciwnahlp in Pak LICENSE
.LO.IDA. IN.CHANCIIY. HANUE I EAST.1'h. lJ.nr.n W..t 10 the N I rorn. South Hang* 21 Fa.t I..nc. Went a... o.. .I .. .1 Crystal I Lake Drive atMeadowbrook Write P. O. Box 1395 LIQUOR
*. of .. pmp..t, :
..m.lt "r .long the Mouth hnundary .f aaldNW Lakeland
under aald certificate I..u.d w.. th. SW ccTrner'of ao'iut: of the BW* to I. Interectlon CLEARANCE BALI ., Dody'. P.b. Movable Polk County
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION In th. name of ALIASDII II wllh th* water* haul.ha.t Ca rc 3032 North Florida Avenue. No oblllitlon ,

.. eorporatlon organised under ICART.R, I'nl... thenc Townahlp ta.t loulh. R.o. 1..1: I.k.: 'h.n... 1.llh.rl, .1.nK Ih. .brl. notion, reduced up ta HDALg Package Advise best cash
n art of Congree. and ul.t. b* redeemed according tnIla
ln. Section Town.hlp Ii .horellne .11. Lk. CARNEGIE fruluiUl 'OIBrour YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT price Reply to
purauant to th* Federal to l.w the property deacrlbed R.n.. lolth. lnierec'lion MOIhhoundRr Lakel.nd eh.pier for
wih fuaind
National Mortcas* AaaoclatlonCharter herein will b* .old to th* hlghe.t the 'neglnnTn11': of 16 lownahlp CLERKProire.ilvo
point n' New PAYROLL
Act bid .t Ih. ourthou.. do. onIh. NO. I 21 .ulh.) Hang* 25 haat: Ih.nr. f.lo..hIP.. 611-2174 r.ld.nt Box F-225
PlaintiffROBERT Mond. the DIT.ICT .8
In month ofMARCH. firm
Weat all,ng tha South hi undary of or writ PO BOI enilneerlnt
IHU4. .hlrh I. t. 2ndda. laid Section 16 to the NW corner need, p.yroll clerk with, e perl--
J. KAUTZ tl, ot Beginning at Ih. Interaecllnn of Lk.l.nd.Lll' In aceounttn. .nd c/o Lakeland Ledger
.t 21
MARCi. 184. Hectlnn Townahlp
Ih of I.
I> of JANUARY South boundary line of Section ILIP Co..r not be expensive. .
1'.fendRnl. .t ha.l thence ItIhe Ih.p. 20 on bookkeeplB* machine
.r96I. dR" 21. Townahlp nee
HoUl1 '
Range anaat .
Of SUIT "olth. the 81'-0'1. s.lary open Brln. reiumeu
HW corner of the NW the Classified sec
OH" FLORIDA th th* .. of bedipreid.. illp cover.. BALE Mulberry TV and Appllinee -
: .hor.ln.
> -
Alvln B Bxrum anil MarB (8h.ALP. SLOAV. JRI L k* kla.lmmee: run ". \W<4 of Section hjiet IS. To.n.hl"thence Kaallo SHHouth A..I.n curtain.. >WM.. cor for good buys In used lae.W.lmo Mulberry 1.ln.rla.' All itock .nd "Ulp..nt.

Byrum hi. wlf*aw..t.. ad- I .I. of the Circuit Court longthe South boundary if ."14 l.nK., 2 if :the NWI. ifih 3 .. ..e ID.ll.lo.. Hun- ton and Stereo sets. Lakeland. Plorld.. plui WeilerB Union .c. Good
Ih .
.. I. unknwn. of Polk County, Florida s"lnn.II I Inl of S.'U.n. 2 .nd .NW',4 c.rne. Section.11l of ompl.1 tho from T IOIBI' tmilneM Health forr.01.
and Range .aie 13600. PhoB. Mulberry
YOU u.n.
NOTIFIED .le To.n.Jlp h.d
south to BW corner of UT lIURANCE. IB e. B.rilr.
that .nd of h.nr. h. 21
cult for moHnan for boundary '
Reefing 42..1.
nf of Id Sec
Ih* : the an al.h
.Io.ur .been filed agalnat you RESOLUTION .clon.. .2 .ne to. Town.hlp 29 lion I. : thenc'* to th. HK M p., C.I MO ''48. IDEAL OPPRTNIY. New Tn.

abov entitled r.uae; and WHFRFAtl. dm lo th* growth .ectlon with*th haat to Ita Inter orner[ nf .aid Section. II. thence"outh '. BIAUTY I. no. RPNO DapaNDABLE ..o'k.m.Dllp. .. It.10. for 1oorner ...
that you ar* hereby toaerv .nd roncentritiin of th raat .horellne of Sop ef Drlv* and
r.qulre popula.tl IAk. Roaall.. the We.t undary, ofKeel In Medulla .. 610 I p..m.n. lonlln.
a ropy of your or m In Ik County and to the run theme Souther.y .Ionr "n. .. CITY EMPLOYMENT Com don.,
and 10. To.n.hlp V O.rdea Drlvl Pliln .ham. Lom. .0 lo. Alro.
other written defenae. upon JHardln dl.trlbutlon of old population. It ,II or eald W..I.rlv ahorellne to th. Interaction M.uth.n.. .ne haat to the center ul ael. 6160. Oil ..himpooind W. ".In. 1314.ALL e> > Star Pe
p.tereon, Jr Plaintiff.attorney became with Ih. center I troleum Company. call MO I.
nec-eaaary to acromplleh ateneral of lln* of Peace thenceLaaterly 6160Perm.neBt. TYPES residential or com-
Cr..k. I, Halreul
whoa, I. 217 revlalun of precinct line. .W.lk.ln.Th..W.t. (reek: run along the center lln* ofald Pbon roofi repaired or repl.cid % WEEK'S FEE V4 HIS or 66J-IHT3IDEAU .

l--.it Urn* Street. dkrne Flor- In aald County. andWllh.Ith.AS .ltl the centerw'tth" < I'eace creek and of Peace 81-884. t 00-8 00. m.r.la and Sheet Metal. ,
Id.. on or before th day 01 to th ? Cr..k 10 """.eitlon .Iln. 208 ARCADE BLDG.1HRSIY BU81NI opp.nl
4b purauant authority ahorelln of Creek Canal to I. III.r..lnnwlh REFINED WHITC worn. need. 1646 01. MO t-II]] for .ou.l. .
1DI4. and Im- granted Walk.nThe
or t.k.
M.rh. by the Con.tltuilnn
boor. .Water: run .Ion. th* center of C.lal .n.prl.lon .nd Ir.m .0'., Well "ko. PO BoiJ09J
m"I.I.ly f. and IU.lul. of th* Hlal. ofH .aid .horelln. llarfleld In Section U.'ow".hll ,. 1 WIU p." 24 Platter Stucct L.k.lod.
of the .bo\. Court lorlda th. of County Com.mlaalnner. SOUlJ..I.rly. South.rly Lk. Lkl..d"ulb.r.. N
.lvl.e Soulh. it "
a..r 29 '
the original of .Id or.aid Southwe.terly Weaterly moo d.
. defenae. .. h.r.lof.r. r* 10 the of ..Id loulhel .. "* c.nt.r PATCHING, luie coin operated ).ondro.t
wrlt.n If any Thl. divided all I Polk County Into Ilte..tnn .hor. ) ITO PLSTIINO. D.
lrA .t boundary nf .Id c.nRI ahor.of I.k.O.rl.le WHOM IT MAY Por tie.ua reaaoB.. 1617 EOie-
ult fnrerlna* a morKaoupon new preclm other thing, In. Wlh of .10. Altraton. .nd .ddlon.
I. : t h n rly DriveMAJOR'OIL.
Townahlp tl loulh..t "
the following deicrlb.d prop revlalng a.m. .o th.t th* precinct 1IIh. CONCERN: .1m. Ic.n..d. J.1 .o
h No
.rty. colnilcle with the municipalIty R.n. t '." run them. thlnr eon. 1-61. Co hu two BaiMrvlci
10.wl larfleid to It. with I. to .dvlie I am
Ll Block "0" of Cnm.Bartow buld.rl.. of aeveral of th.Itle. o corner if Section "*. h South :Section 13ownahlp Tl.. tiled In t.bu.ln... PLIN OR Pi.. .t.tlon* for IM.. ad.
Townahlp one.nla.
10 boundary .
park Florida, Counly to m.k po>. "nth. Ilange 20 haat: 211 Rung. Kaathone. ; QL kno"n M MoruiAKREPAIR t. Pa.hln. In..dpr. J.cen to Lk.'and'' i l.rteit ihop
aocordinc I to th* plat tr r cfrecorded ilhl. run thenc* Weat to the SW corner l"uth. Z BRTHI .. potent l.l
In Plat B >ok 16, ran. .y.lem.for Municipality a .Ingl .e.l.lr.lon, of Bectlon 0. Townahlp 80 South 1'.I.rl" I. th. SK cr..rof 2106 Welt IERVICa. o.r., ... .1m.'o40.. I. WI.l.m. Very.In.ntr..un.bl.tnUml"d.n Plninclniav.ll.ble
20 South
8.t. n.n"* : run thence South 01.I"' Lakdad. ,
10 public record of PolkCounty .ountv election: .nd 2 1.1 ".lon_ North lo Florida for u.IIIP .h.nl.
10 Ihenc* .1
Florida. WHERtAM. In the revl.lon. of th* rorn.r if S."lon 13. the NW IR.I. if Section .. ,any rl.lmi ininit .uch builniuS BUSINESS SERVICE for some mouth-watering ..I.loeID bu.ID"o. C.I
If you fall to do .0. .., Tow..hll' Houlh : : .rIPr
d.cr. pro it wa. not .t
con f.nao b. entered ag.ln.tthe pr..nrl. practical rln .henc. W.at to the BW corner rownahlp I M..lh. Rang 27 .; .t.Ih.m' : / Floyd B Morgan furniture buys? There are 81-1.

fo. wi In boundary In.l.nr.. of .. folo. the ,. ""tlnn H. 1'ownahlp al H""Ih. .;.t .I..I the HOltb bounary 27 bucketfuls of bargains in CB BUILDING: _I.ura. bar
r.le d.m.ndoe In. the of 21 South to Itanteraectlon Accounting Bookkeeping .nd dar b.l. living .uel..
: run Norlh .
rnmplalnt ..ndWHEREAI. B"n.2 1.1 ; '
: .
P.or. back ODe
WITNESS my hand and official' I1.trlrt.It I. nee- Ih. corner of Section I, with th* .bur* of Classified! Turn t .. t.lon.,

.eal of of fir. at Below. Polk boundary I".r.tor.line* of rnwnehlp 11 S.uth Range 17 h:aal: I.k. I.t..hlneh. In Section 15 TAX-bon.pln.. Your. "Household now! in Polk Cunt. 111. d
homo v.y
County. llorlda, thl. ll.t of run them'* Weat the NW cnrnerrif l.nl. 29 I..t. or ole. Gos" 11,00. .
luatlc* of the P.c Dl.trlcl. Diyi Writ* M Likel.ndLedier
heno. Northerly
JH64. Beulnn 4. Townahlp II Hmith, W.prl" rha. .nlo. tl
J.nu.rh. .o to colncld* with p n. Put aceurat. .
H JRrierk ch.n".e hnundnrle.. Rang. 27 .:.1: run them* :.I.rly and "oltJe.l.rh' L B "
lLAN. : SOUIl I'.t. Buih 116 Bwin.noiMU
lo the h. .
Court NOW TIII'HLKOUE. IT RKFOLjVI" SW corner nf aald We.l.rn. Northon .ld 6-1346 3985 INVESTMENT
By /./ Llla B Fountain UP t: run Ih.nr. We.l to the SFcorner .rn ahor of .aid Lake l"'hln.h.
loae of th W 10 It. with TAX form prepared,
Deputy C"rk (['omml..loner. In ....Ion of Hectlnn 6. Int.r..ton INCMa Our J4 year old hl.hly rai
tr.su .. Ih. Townahlp I Smith Rang* 26 ha.trun : : liver. N.rth.rl" along .aidaad : ; experienced ron.ult.ntnl.rprel.tloa .1.1Apoo'n".nt. firm U looking for .a enerielrell.bli
.mbl.e IJ.t th.UpeaceDl.trlcta thenc th > River to .hor. of people learn day aaiured
Nnrlh : .
line, of of .t : Wanted Male wom.B lo lei
IN THI CIICUIT COU"T 01 u.I hound.ry..r lh* W.Ionl Sec"h"p .r t yprea. Lake. thenc. North, rly ever L.'I.' BUIO_ 54 Help mm .r
TH. In I County b. and .te It* rout* of fut wiling merchi
Ita Inerarctlon that It'. business
\ or Serlh.n long .Id W..trn ahur* lo smart Brl. 'S'.I8.
IN AND OLK COUNTY, r .od.r.4 'se' ? z"v'ro.n. South bounary CAR"ER dial IB retail itorei Thii tl
10"IN CHANCIRV to b. for .1 ,. NK l.uth. nan. : .t InIh. of lownahlp 27 Soulh. to advertise In the Classified OPPRTNI.. .t.rtnl.I.r. dignified proflt.bl. builneu with
.LOIIOA. pu.o. WJ4 of pP .ro bo.PI.I
.2.2I.(1.600FFDFRAt : c.rn.r aald I.n. 16 Lawnmower t Service 11 0 tn.ur.Dr. big growth potential in in i. areaInve.un.nt
haat. WealerlyHouth
I DISTRICT NO 1 M..n I: run thenc'* We.t to 28 th.n. .10." section. Dial MU .. pr..nm. A..d r, cover, complete IBvenlory
I Ih* NW corner of II. .1.1 To.n.hll' from home
Oper.t BOofflc
JU h *
IN1W tlTION. U."llnln. Ih. ; or Tnwnahlp" In S.uth. .rtn. 10 Ih. r"rn.r ".clloTownahln al. 6-1151 for details the RIPAIR ON .1 .ak. I.".... me". hl.h Phon.abot...6.,.du... required No (..portendneceeiajy
a r.rn. 17 Houlh Rang. 21 haalIhenc. .
. eo"or.lon them* North tn the NIC corner i .m.1 .n.ID. P. .t. .ul.l.n M w* llv. you com
an Ir.* .I.tn. I South .r .t.n al. To.no"lp, Section 116. Town.hlp lo .ulh. Northw.aterly In a atr.lghilln. C loner the ImarerlBUSINESS! m.. rP.".. 0.11. Aol EXPERIENCED TIRE rac.pper plel* training In your *ra Appll
pur.uant to the Federal hence R"nl. I 10t: "n.1h""ld.r" Range t4 E..I: run thenc Weat to lo th* Nh, cnrner of Section I. E'olrl.' .0. P.rld. A. See Mr Cork ( AM to 6 P Md.ilr cent .Hecud will b* *xpe ted tolervlc
Morti.g. AMoclatlon louth .Ion" '' 'lh NW 2. Range 17Faat Phon. l.aOl.IRID"I Plorld Aveiilneu
Ch.rte to th* .orn. of Section 13. Townahlp S.uIJ. 1739 Nort and collect weekly 1
Act of To nahli> South' an Faat thenc 0. th. NorlhIn. no.. MU hive cw minimum of 6 houn
Plaintiff IW .rl. Seton I. Town.hlp Ihenc. "u of own.hlp 26 Houlh to the -
: theme North to th. tnln.d I. weekly *nd b* *bl. to lrtmediately
-v_ .: n.n.. nf Section 4. 1'ownahlp Id Houth turner of Hectlnn 6. loxnahlp VOtNO NAf bud.t Por peraon.1 Inter65 -
.ot South
alone ofPolk
CLINTON D FARLET..et al. County Ih.to the SK boundary corner ofectlon Rang* 24 Ka.t. thenc. .:..t to th. .'6 South Range. 17 h:.. Ih.n..pNortb Ir., .ln. ..Ina t. M.10'nt..t
W corner of Hectlnn 8. to th* h. corner HetllinI SERVICE fln.ncln. .. 6490
i4. 1'0.n."I"
Townxhlp 12 HolilhRang .
OF UITaTATE 14 :9 Soulh Rang. Ea.l: them'* I.I lown.hlp> 26 Soulh. H.n. 2Ibaat > > I Jrl. it.rtlnf
haal. run them North I 01.. .
1O ,
< : th
I \orth lu th. NW ; Ihenc We.t to ou.llfl-
Section Bead
10 th NE of corn..f .
Clinton D Farley Norma 3. "Ol'n.r Hrttlon 22own.hlp polt re..r.
14. liiwnahln 24
.ne "lownahlp U South 24 tier of . .00 or
Parley, hi. wife. II ".uth. Rang* J4Sorth H.n" Mp.ton e.lon.
Rlrh.rd KPetrl.
fe-aat: Ka.t ailing 2S ": theme HBO Broadway. Bir-
and P.trlc. petrle, hi. .J.t: Ih.n.. W..I '0 the NWror. th.lc. *alil Section 16 NonJ North.1th. Ihe ,' R.1.r Heel Ion DIRECTORY ::1. N.rtl Mortgag*!
NI .
wife, who.e .ddr.. unknown. Mnulh. .f. .clon.I. 'I'own.hlp run a"ecllon 11 of .aid Fownahlp and a.. th.nr. W .I lo the) NW .rn.r EXPERIENCED MEAT culler
NOTIMtD lJ.ne refinance PHind
II own.hip I
Hang* and along lh Noith Section
that a ault for morlg.n. fore- 5 to the N15 corner of Seton IHI-V of Secllini 10.* boun 2P Kange 25' .:.1. thence 2 loUlh Inulh.I. FOR YOU TO USE AS A REFERENCE Salary' and commleelon t aobermeriatls VA mortoiii pir.t Morul.l.
10 BoiHh. Townehlp QUIC Prefer
rlo.ur. b..n filed agaln.t you Townehlp I nouth. the HW of aald 11. man o"ln. Corp of Plorld. tot Plot
.. Rang. 14 ha.t orner
to It. Interleitlon .
In th* entitled and t.t: theme .;a.t to th* KB 01"1 WHEN YOU .llllni W work combID.lo. lop. d. ave MO 3137J6
.bov. caueet Weal to Ih b
with th them* NED
tenter of .I I MUl
that of Kectlon 14. own.hlp 19 B.del. pl"t rule type
you hereby to .
reek; run thenc .Inning- Eu .
r.qulre Northerly .
"outh. 14 *aat thenceSorth tool Write P O Box
run Und
aerv* a copy of your :;: orother R.n" MO corner; of See- the center of a.ld (reek to It. Inter.ec.tlnn DISTRICT NO S Auto R.palr I Furniture .oln. Money Tt
written derenie. J with the Juitic., of the Lo.laodW

It.rdln Pet.ron. Jr, pl.lnllr'.at. ton:aat IT, To.n.hlp thence It South Range Uik* tl.ncock: run Ih.nc..hor.ll. of Beginning at the NK P.c.orner. oftectlon ORNBHATORB. relu B.., furDlur. prlr... TDAPPLCANT lor p.,. MONEY TO LOAN No tommla

10m. .* .. tut North run F..t along the .rly along th* We.t N.rIJ. t. lownahlp 25 Itlh. lalor.. Hive, .TARTRS.. .. .rnlur. I.. Bhol Ion Ire. Inlereit 61 not inter
Lime Street, Lkol.nd. Florida. on boundary of Serton. 2 and Lak* Hancoik to It. Itang* haat. run South forelin Mo. ,"t Ondo.I" A. 1-21 Appl, C.Uowr' wted 1C reu .re mortiMed t* th

or b.for th. of M.rh. ,.26.: .To.n.JII.I.SOlth.North boundary. 24 with Ihe center nf ".4e1.Inl..ctlol l'r..k alIhe t ,'orn.2 of Section 2. .I..n.hll. tor op.lr"'uno. Beet "dom..le. Hull ". H.I Unit Writ* P O Bos P tat

19.. and boor. or InmedIRI.I" nf.Section .10. Townahlp Norlb end of ..Id l.k. In 1.0. ZI South l.n.. 2 haat: theme >hor> t.n. II ,.. L.k.l.ndO..I.r' lamp RepalrtLAMPB

n..t. r. with ; If la.t to the t louth. ton I. lownahlp 2K Bouih. Haat to Ih. : c.rn.r of Section south rlord. AM
"* .lyl.e Court th. orli- R.n. Creek rim thene.c.nt.r North- I:.1: thence Northerly I. ''o.n.hll' 26 Houlh Rang 26 1807RICHARD. REPLACEMENT lh.dei
In.l of Mid or ..Id wri. : th* center nf .aid Creek .I.ul fc.a.1: Iheni'* South to th* Sh, cor L> p.rti .nd repair, Imperial
Ke.tt.rly along th center of aald 1 S .
.,. *
ten If any. Thl. .ul reek to Lake Hancock and theme ourc* of aald t reek In .crnnl"i: tier of Sec Him 12. 1'0.n.I'II' 2. : ... BEEO"IRS..I. Iludlo. 250 I.UII OI.e. Ave. CITY EMPLOYMENT

>th e.ka .forerlon. a mortgage Northerly along the We.t ahore of rownahlp. 2. HOllh. Hang* Soulh, Rang 26 .:..1: theme Weal ..r'o.' "". 'illtoM' .*"" ) 6-..
followingdescribed propertyLot L.k. Hancock In It. Interaertlotlth hem* NorlJ to the 10 Ih. 1.: "orn irr of 1.'I.n I. 682.38..

th* Houth line of He.'t Ion IIrownahlp laij nf M"'lol I: thenc.Kaato "o.nohl. Vnulh. R.I" Moving t Storage WEEK'S FEE >,4
II of Lk. Bhlpp Height., the Sh nf Section to the Sb corner of BE JURE you r* letuni th. moilulo 1
Unit #9, >l Houth nanae26aatf : I. loltb for b, bln.'D'' ,
by our
Map or
lownahln .
17 Smith Hang* 14 Section Tuianehlp 27 South Jur lon.
Plat thereof reore.4 In th* .un Ihan. W..t S. Tonn.hlp to Ih. NW 29 c.rn.r henc* North to th'* NW corner of Kang* 25 Kflat. thence W..t to the oeor.ei lr"r. C..r. ALa!"AN. Llo.lor .t mo... 208 ARCADE BLDG
Y.r..U W.r.h.u.
Office of the th* Clr. louth. *. Nor. .rle.
cult Court In .ne for Polk he lange BW S4 corner Faat.of thence.Id Section SOlih !>; Range Jeiiltin 25 1 1.1: Town.JII: Faat 17 Houth to IheM3 ,,2.'South corner Hang.of Bectlon 15 haat 18. "o.n.hlp; thence >equipment' T.u.I..In la determlmniemol electronic .-51'T.n..r. In.. A." .U 6200 PER hour u> .1." Pull or

4J County, Pag*Florida. 1., Book ,J.nc. Weat along theorth .f Section (4. "o.n.hl" to th* HK c.rn.. nf Hectlnn ,h. "oubl... You .IM r.. par tm. \yoa excellent h. a ca.nd
n Houth 25 .t thence 16 rownahlp 17 Houlh Range .haal.r
of Bectlon T. Townahlp Rno. : : OreiB Blimp.
Includingapeclflcallv but not hyway I S"ulh. Range tt fc..at and ..longhe Houth Faat bnundR" ofXection. haal I hence Weal lo Ih* Nh .orner 01.but .au.bl. B... .1.. you Bonguaranteed Organl.Panol erencei Mid are .Uln..ald..
of limitation the 24, 15 and of the NW. of the N":'. oflection ..,. .11. t* work hard
of folo"lnl Houth boundary of Section. 12 3 lownahlp work Oil 'U. I ,. 686.41145 Mint BOW I.rInt.r.I. l assured in home of
I.m. .qulpm.nt. old 11. townahlp 21 llanae !7 Smith. Rung. haat to the I, Town.hip 2* SnulhKang 323 lor e.PPlnl.a' Id.,. YAMAHA PIANOS l.lei' ecrvlc*. .
Mode) #RJF 411 23 Kaat to It. ..lollh.. .IIh the ,'.nl.r lu. of th. .. .lhn.ud.l. 24. haat. t h.nr Hnuth t 0 HtihMt' qu.lity' and liability your own For outstanding
,'enter line if th. Atlantic l oaal I..k. Alr.d hl"hw.v. Ih.n. .the .mm nf Saddle reek: then. U Vlll.bl.. 8..J81. 10a BouihPlorld. home
Hot Model Point JJfNK Pl.t.,iOI 1.110 Railroad: run thence North W..t .Iono the e.nl.r line of .Id coutherlv .1"1 the center nf ..ldrtariille Auto Set Cav.r Avrnue .&.-* ,56 Salesmen buy see today'i -
In Ita 'Homes For Sale"listings
Hot Point o'ly and NO.h..t.rlv along the hllhw.y II Intpr..tnl wlh t'r..k "I."lu.
RefrigeratorModel ..enter line of Mid Atlantic (Conn .' 11. H.I.ndor r.ad; .lh th.North ahnr* of l.k. LINDS AUTO Be.t covert. Complete Picture Frames .AL&8MAN WANTED for homiellvery
If #1 B.\ Lin* Railroad to Ila Inleraectlonllh Ih.n,'. "olth In' .:..t fl'OI ..RldIII..cton rt'k: Ih.ne Hmithwe.lerly alnng luuimotlv. 6JC ... 26-60 Commleilonlui '
fall Intrior.
you ao. decre. pro 10 the .hor. the .hore nf aald lake In Mam, compiny brneflli. .
th* North of the .r l.k. I. tlI."cl" Hut Phon hoopl.U.olon.
confe.no will h.lnd.r
be entered ..h'.1 outh of S7 Townahlp : th.nr. Kaaterlv. South wllh th* South bOln. PICTUII PRAMK8: Be.ullful .roup llf.. ...
you for the r.le demanded In 1..tlon .a.terlv \Ve.lerly .long the Tnwnahlp II South: theme oI ic. mouldln.. Cuitom .nd h..I. Apply Bordn i Dairy. 44

the .m"IRlnt. 2 IOUlh. to .the I F..I. run beInnlng haat ahorellne of ..le 1.ak. SanIt.ry i Meat to the NH corner of SectionLaal Building .y m.d.. oilnei' Art Shop Drive HORTICULTURE

.WITNESH my band and official' .Wet to ih* ret.r if a rn.1 '8. 1'0'n.hlp 21 """th. HR".e t. 2607 Orl.a. Blreet. MU 1-330. PILLFR BRUSH mea .,
* .1 of offlc* at Polk a N R AL CONSTRUCTION' e..
Below. DISTRICT NO 1 Connecting sanitary .n" theme Mouth to th* 1a iorier I a ver tlOO week In thl. are.
ounty Florida, thl. ll.t day of I leaal: of .aid Section 6 thenc We.l Rm .ddilof. Cuilom ciblnel.' ta 71 Fertilizer, Fttd, Sell
Ju.t'G' 0' th. .C I.k. th.nc. "olthe.l.rlyRnd : Plumbing Repairs D your You on r pect ean
J.nua'h.I NW rorn.r of'h. Southerly .I.n. th* South hnundar)' of aaldJecllon ,. decor.tintirh mud. ".r' C.U '.4 U
"LAN. JR. D."I"nlnl .I IJ. ao. "own.hlpI .horellne of .Id l.ak* leaale'toIh 6 and nf He..I Ion. 1 and 3if C and mo.r. p.nelln.Roofind ... ... P N 'ou ce
Clerk .It Court I.Uon Month hounclsr\ Set'Him 7. Tuwnehlp In Snulh. Range fhaat \ .nd Free eul.He. P L PLUNBINO. "m...., t. aoal.lor
/ / Llla B. Mouth il rum. run m. .. E.., payment.. C.ll 6B6J850 D or n'.ht' Wo'k d.a..hl. Loraled 2300 Mai.
) fountain Iheme Mouth, th. Went 't'u.n.hll' : Soulh. Rang. 26haat to Ila Inler.ectlon with th E craftam.n .... .r.p.'r . '8"186' Pat ONeal MU 1-4631
C'"krS nlonl or
\.put I : them Weaterly lln of Ih Atlantic 1. Pn. L..1 .
) boundary of lo Ih.MW alonr the -enter ..'. LI.n.d .nd 1757. 58 Work Wanted CLEAN PHOHPHATI.wn
1'81 corner of section II. Town- South boundary of aald Heillnn Tnd l.ln. R.lmd. them. N.rlhw..I. bade .
THI CIRCUIT COURT OF Ih* Smith of HeitlnnII center lln nf ...IdKallroad BLOCK, and brick Al >iBd .nd dirt far IlilB
hip 12 SI taetIhenc .rlv CARPINTR.
THI TCNTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT, Eot louth. *H.n.e th* South b.un.; lownahlp t hound.r". non isHaat 1 tn It. liilrraec' .tlcm wllhth o room., irner.l r. Plumbing Supplies I In.A'I WORK New wanted' :: Dl le UU 6-30'*

IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, Jury of Ik ounty to th. lo It. Int.r."ton .lh thecenter North hOlndR.of th. S>. of P.t. Prn Mtlm.tai. MU 111. ... far free : OP QUALITY P.nol. ud AmtlBi
FLORIDA. line I 2* Houlh K H NORRI" Your.UPlulbln. Cal Bihl
IN CHANCERY I .f Town.hlp .2MOllh. NW "erlon. 'own.hlp Dn m.tei Fred 1 MO h.y from elo.ereldi
Cll. No .2.8-1.14 'orne. M.clon.3. run thence produced North thence South nice S3 Kaat: Ih.no Weat along Carpeting ad Elotl..1 luppl.. I : : Will deliver Vg 6 S414
FFDFRAL, NATINAL ) North Rll.NK corner. of Section ilnng a.ld renter line to It. Interlectlcin -I ih* North bo"nda the H'i nf4ectlnna Ir. d.lo. ALTIHINO Z1PPERB ;GOOD BARIA
MORTOAOB ( 2. T'own.hlp SI Itang* 24aat with Ihe center Illf. of! 17, 18, 10 of Townhip aXPERT tl I .nlt. pipe eut .nd rrweavio. eewlna .l" kind., h.y Plnillrddlnt
CARPI .1"0-.1 7>c b>l. Ten mil
a. eorr.Uo organla.d under i iHARRT .: thence Weal Inuth.. NW corof H.v.ndRI. HOII..rd. .' 2* Houlh, Rang* 21 Fn.lKectlon ,. : In.I.I.I.n. ".'be'. .rnlu.. o.. bour ...,... 616-6416. Houner 64 Norfolk circle Polk City Ro.d 663 6666
.n 'on'r.. .ld nl.t.tn. n.r Section 21. Township n.d 644. run Ih.nc. BoutheaalerlvHong Ih. NW rnrn.r of th* S pur.u."t 10' Ih. 'ed.r.' .t: run 1 Ih* ,'.nt.r line of aaldUoulevard i 10: Ih.nr. NorthV to th. 'elterlor *.uro.le>.
N.U"n.1 Morl... A.ocl.Uon lollh.Solh l.nl. t ,'oro"r of "IhP.., to Ila Interjection with corner of ..l.lnn 3. 'rowo.hll' Concrete Printing I'..I..bl. prlcei. MU 6-4UJ. MU 72 Flow.n, Seids, Plantt

Ch.rt.. Aot.v "own.hll' 10 .ton Ih. ha.t biiund.rv of th. W'. ofth Houlh, J.t. thence 3-3616. Mr TummanWOULD

11.1"1". I .:aal: them'* F..t"olih. H.nl 2 I Wi* of Sectlcm II. Townahlp2K Weat to th* Sec'linn ( LICENsaD ,.oln.. FOR ALL your prlntlnt needi UKK carpenter w.rl COLD HAHOY fut irowmt

"er of ".,' a4. 1'own.h I'cr-I ".ul. Rn. 26 hjtat: theme 3. 'ro.n.hlp. 26 Snulh. Rang* S.. D"....CNCITa. rill MU 1 4404. Commercial' P,. and p.lntlnt Reuor.bl.. MU 2 privet heclie pl.nti 10 huh
A. FOBS and louth. R.o.24 ra.l rln Ih.n. .I.nl .le haat bmmdaiy to .t them North loth.NW cor Lr ., .". lor.. ".Id..lk...ndbrd. Inc. .. 2 74 ti 50 deien dell.ered MU 1 36.16
ELlZABtUH M. FOMH. blc .lfe, ) II P corn or S.clon the SU .f the NW of the Sec Him 1. InwnahlpHuulh :. .... K..t.. .uo" 8-a41'. ."Ll.rh.d.. Ilbo.r.phln. tractor wotk dUclm AZALEAS bud ..111Roiei
Defendant.. *W% of 31. lownahlp 2M Rang 21 haat thimehaalin Morl. 'Wa D
) 1. "own.hll' "'". 1"1" 1..tlon : L..lad AI.. 4160 Lane
NOTICE OF UITP.TATB .:.1: run Ih.nc.1":..1 th.I Soulh. H.no. haat: : theme \Ne.l tl* Nil, corner of Sei Him t. Radiator Service dirt. land..ln.. .. 666-2047 h.or ireeni Oveni NSoulh
OF F1RIDA 'IO: North Sectluna .6 and HARRY A *'OSH and tL17ABl 25. lownahlp. U M"th. H.nae !4aat <4 of the 8\\, to Ita Intereitlun .* North along th* w..t bounjMty v .1.

TH M. FOHS hi. wife, who., .: and along the N.rlJ boundary wllh Ihe .ater* nf haale1nke of Hxng* 21 ba.t to II. Inter, ANY.. TPI rdt.lor .... 1 A : W: 73 Foods, Fruits, VtjTbloiORANOE8
addre.a I. them the .ecllon wllh the center line fWlthlHCmhe company. Ine. .orlnl. .buUdln.Prd n dO
unkn..n nf Section 30. II Houthtanga Southerly along PENCi t :
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 25 .:ait to th* canter of haat .horelln. nf h: Ijik.. to ItaInleneitlnn Rlv. : thenc. haaterly dowa pymealluar.nteed l.dl.lor Birvic. wo .Ik 0'
that a .ult for niortg.n* fore- "addle I'reek: run them* with South boun' alnng th* ranter of wild rlerlo w. wont b under-. 11RADIATR I. a..I.ot bolb .odb.rk.rouad.
clo.ur. ho been filed ..1"., you along the center Norh"we.l.rly ..Id il.ry of Seitlnn 16. Tnwn.hlp 21 It. Interaction with th* Weathnundary Ild. L.t/.nd iBdiulry. MO a41J5 L"AK8' R."n. r. ..J6.Wjd.rl

In the abov entitled .: and -reek to Lake Hancock and theme South. R.n.tli Faat: them.* Weet of Sectlnn II. lownahlp ..um... boldln.. uo.l.r. uln pe pl la my
that '01 ar* hereby reiulred to Northerly along the Weal ahore ofL.k .long Ih. boundary of aald tit Smith. Rang* 14 ha.t: Ih.ne 10 yean In L.kel.ndPemeB.bl.
..r. popy of you. .n... or Hancock It. Interaerllinwith Section 16 tn the NW corner of North to Ih* NW oorner of Section Income Tax .. Moil Hamblen. Pordi. dulr.. aFtAPIFRUTT Picked
.. .rlton ee.n... J. the South Una of Section IIownahlp Section I. Townahlp It South, '. "owo.hl. U ".uth. RRn. I.t.t Ch"ole. 613. 6124607Swimming ITDENT. MAL p.r.C.U d.lly w. .tip DowBiy *, ,ti.QUALITV .

H.rdln .. pl.lnU"'. 21 South, Rang* 1ta.t Range 2. Faal thence South toIhe Kaat to the 1.111 of"NO INCOME TAX 1m. bkk"p ". belweea 2-t 30
i in. Bel.
attorney, who.* .ddr... I. in I..t tin them.* Weat to the. NW corer ; NW corner nf the NW>4 of th* ". Peels 'J3.101.. TREE rip. eltrui I
1,1m. street. Lk.l.nd. tlnrlila, of Kectlon It. 1 ..n.h 21, NW> nf I 11' t ownahlp 1 29South BP IT FURTIIFR RF. $and upI Picked d.lly Bpeclal ord.nC.II

or before th 411 of Marth. South. lln. 94 raat: th.me Ilange 5nE .t them eh:aal KDI.VFn thl. Reanlutlnn be C L B A N B D. repaired, WANT ,CARPENT.RINO., "olk ..ndo.nlo 813 4.106 Him. ProMirket -
1164. and or Immediatelythereafter outh to BW corner of laid 10 Ihe Sk, lorner nf th. NWI of pre.d upon Ih* mlnulee of the & R Block Co. P' d. chemical!. .. 0"_ ..a..I.. 4 mile. Norm *B
to (II* with the Llerk ectlon' them Weat along theNorth the NW.of .aid : .. Hre. recorded In the nfflce .f "ulpm.n. WH. T01 .uppl.P" No" ul.
of the abov Court th* orlg.Inal boundary of Section:: Trownahlp the nf theMh of the CII11 Court ..f1'"lk SAM ta t P' a. Ma."U "

of .aid .1)I.e.1.. or .Id wri. in SOllh. Rang* 24 Fait :'i of the SW>4 of.rl.r.. Section (I'ounty and .am b."lhU.h.e Sat .SUB u> 6 e31. KUP cbld'.. .' m, b.m. 74 Fruit Trees

tan defen.e.. any Thl. lonil boundary of 1: Ih..c.t In th* SB corner one n week for four 106 West Walnut St d.. .. I. a ...k
..eka to foretloea .mortgag* upon .ne .1.11 I. Townahlp ilouth .Id 13: Ihenc* South 'on..rulv. week. In the Lkc- Phone 6861958VSI Upholstering 1"0 r.o..d .ed. ..ID.. CITRUS treei. Vilencl. and

the folowlnl d..crlb.e prop.rty, Rang* 23th ...t 10 I. Int.r. Rlonr Ih. Weat boundary of Sec- I.dl.', new.p.pr of 4 8..288..
to- ..rton .lh c.nt.. ot Ih., .n4 10. Townahlp 211 "mlh.H.n. r.l cll"I.lon plbU.h.d tn Lk. IAOE UPHOLITSRINO Bery- WILL KEEP I. m.
L' tl of Hav.n Home.. Unit AU.ntlc c..t.Un. Hallroad: run .. I :.t to the .. and. Y. Ilorida I. '." and dr... re.eon.ble .- d. Penced chUdr.la 'ard. la. hoe pia.rm .
Winter l.v.n. Florida. a. Ih.nc. Northerly and Northwealalong nf "reek: Ihenc* h:R.I.rlyRlon" ahown by Plat thereof erlv the renter line of ...IdAU.ntc th* center line of *.le ..c. COUNTY OF JOI.K ) and d.I. Phone ...484. 6O6 8.83.U. landscaping
recorded In the Office of the Coa.t Lin. Railroad to I.lot.r..ton reek and of Peace Canal I. D I. MIOn. Jr, Clerk nf the Holn..orl Ro.V.n'llan
Clerk of th. Circuit Court In with the North tn It. Interact'Him with th* centerfield Roard .f C'ounty Commlaaloner.if UDGEff HARDY SOD CO.

and for Polk County. Florida, ..Bouih V> of Section 97. or rRnRI tn l.k. ... Polk Coumy. "'Iorld. herehv I .
In Plat Bk II. Pai* 16If 'I'own.hlp il .IIh. Kang* 11 F:aatWent In Section J!. Townahln 20 c.rl" that th* above .." ADS Blnd MAKE MORE

you f.1 do ao, dicree PC run ,'. to the pint of "Ollh. I"n" Ill Ka.t theme "* and correct copy from ClSS"'ED VERTICALS AND horlMntlll FREE EST"MATE"
eonfe.ao b. entered .In.I of the Board of County
beginning the center of .aidi the mlnul.* .
you for th.I d.l.nd.d In the DISTRICT NO .i..u."Ihely) '0 .1.11 of Lk* l.r. ,'.mml..lo".. of hebruary II. m.aulelu"o. Rp.I. .v.o la 14 oiimnre HO a.M>.
Alo. .I
Complaint uule. ., th. field: them'* Houihea.lerlv rlnl.h.d. .
WITNESS my band and official n..lnnlll at the HW corner of Ih* North ahore of Ijik* ..ltl IUU4.WITN.S8 my hand and official S blnd. A'r.LI..l1" add Cassificd ads to INSTRUCTION
.eal of office at Barlow. Pvlk Townahlp II South to It. Int.raeillon wllh. Ih. Houth .eal nf .aid Board thla llth day ofbruary

County, Florida, thl. Sltn day olJanuary. Hang* t: Kaat. run thence h.al.long boundary of Section M. Town.hlp .. A l>', l 64II IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS I your sales staff Dial MU I 84
1064' the South boundary of PolkCounly 19 South Rang. thenc. H BLOAV. JR Clark Sch.els
fo. H 'LAN. JR to II. Intersection with the ...I.rl' to th* I E.tl of Seo. BOARD OF COl NTY BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION ,,1151 for an ad writer

Clerk Cirui Court W.., .horellne of th. kli.lmmee ton 16. To.n.hlp 21 Houth Rang. (SEAL) COMMISSIONERSFOLK today. FLORIDA B LARGEST and BMtmodera
(SEAL) River In Section *i. Town.hlp ItHouth t\.. Ih.nr. North to the NW COt'NTY, FLORIDA L DIALMU 6-1151-Ak For Classified I beauty K-riOol Likel.nd
T.ueu| ??,?? Rang. 1JR.."; run them nf 6 Townhlp 21 B Kirby W Bl.ln
Peputy Clerk. Northerly Weat ..horelln ''i Orgo' .'I. thence haat ) le l>eputy Clerk I

1., t of the Kli.lniine* Klv.r lo th* Duulh boundary of Town tJ.1 toned .mp.ep.rkin.. MO.It .



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14 SchosliBtA ;: 'r0iCURB02VEACUHDO tlflTTENlHcl' VXJ $Q Q cIE UqTEPIYD lIsa00101r45.0 u
., For Salt-Mltc. ArlVWlTO REAl ESTATE REAL
TL1 .onlb ....[jjij ARY1Ug ii10430.SIOVE Nil? ii At4Q1 HOD
I:) UU.
elba Boll. CorP'J Ko'PNarlzcoyjjTBLEES'vlq I 0RIUJ'flRLVVI7IEK'fl4011'e I 153 Houses tw Sal* 153 Hewitt .
BelUUplaa Course 1
pllt .*. "III ... NGHTV/J
Book and U*la tboluded Par jablnel on. Item Pf9SE5lt I BBa-THe fOHBVM I ? P1401T lin1.'s 5d5Ut'ITRDj
as Hlbrlten, Corner florid A,.. NORMAI..Y? ftHUfTTOHsCOOUE8 TWO BEDROOM en Iorns WooL M 1,01,15 Id
rod $leara. ponlaet colonial Beau. ; <<:llUUiIEIR BUr ThlO UH10t4 9 YET I'UIBIIU /.m.

W pue School. Lsselsnd: tit South Phone Floruit MU: 1131.Av*. PINING sort!, pal s.idT fan. lH2u ftV> tWPERORSl '( SST 5 W FVftalLB AS A FLOWERUT / 100 area., 7500.oornpImtOIp. 5204 = .. ."rl 00 wIll. .0 downO570rOI. doplro. -

US NOT BREAK TW 0000. 1-481..
eh"I. 121 ""**.** IU
iVii'ING PAt. oota.aIa r' OJUl.eornet 0116. LARDS Onion. ho.
botollalas l
500 I.ablss tmAMUII'tDoLUu.tD
lain.., lots. I baths. P0011k .
for pnlpasIl talesmenand lts.4u. 3011 .I.r'l: otReposseslled ;: : BY t. .11'1
IniormeUon ,- Low Peel .a'.U.8. HOME INCOME
Per full
brokers. BInd, 6(10-71110, HoW KU..... : ". B
phone Berk RodiMe Real ... El.
CLi NTG bedroom : Bo* thll maaonrr dupl.. at II0)1 *-
: 080-3111, 01ICE0U55ltE01
lor. ? eon Mouth Uvin room,
-U.S.; CIVIL SERVICE and Trade-Iru ::.. OJ' >le, Good tlihlno. 1431 :;LaB; rtlnlni :.nk\\ nrdroom

3 'rH& CR1EIft Canon Winter DaveB.nr I and bklh BIDE I Th.
SIngers and 4 Whites '
north lIds U
ifen-Womsn. 10-03. Start hub .i- LOHDAOOI LoltC.t Lv-aYivl room borne., thr.iaui nldM: Call and wwill .

.. *10JOO a ..... Preparatorrsralnm ?..! wnlblo' t toni a llt-lB lltht clod FlorIda to ilr.r""l. mak arran:7 nu U anowlermi .
speed loot .... .h'\ :
umU appointed. 1'hoi. .n. mnoirmi. .4. : dr._, $ avallabl .
ot* Full '
sends of lobs open Eiperlenoeusuallr ? *utrantad br dealer. Onubl. ,
unneceeearr. Pills Inlor.alien Balance |3400 or 00 00 p.msnubs. >et>n to tt?*. 'da021 at CO.
en IOM eelarlee. reuulre- pavminl Mutual -4137 "I oil ABBOT-HECKES
l.d. o
atenu Wrlle TODAT flvtni Berneaddress L MU197.
Hid phona. Lincoln Brloe -
Sal M.194. Lakeland Ledier (107 AND hIS Went Hull BUeet .t.. 882.IU2
WHILE THEY LAST Two new b.u_. Thr bedroom,

If: r oa have bensln been looting with a for now uectrolui ToT Gas, Oil Fill 121 Mobil. Homes In Mobil Homes T4I Mobil Home lets 148" ., Proporty, tnt 010 month room rarport call ooi-a43 000. down TO CLOSE ESTATE!

18 DgsC.ts, Pit machine guarantee. ills models PROPANE GAO for I,0iklIs51inl., OWNER 1RAb.hFdR0El3'iii0ft CLEAN tIODERIl fuauiolmrd boo.. BUUTII'UL chadp lot BY OWVKR kfKlromn coO- i OWNER .'--"ftOMU In luburb I II Spotless two bedroom mal

brln< closed out. Call Tamp 22*. too, bat water, Irrttitlon, Indue- .II '1' I 10' Rossi located lot trailer*, eoltaaee Oood llvlnt rOt tmaUo ni LII Imp.II taa-o p "r.D. too' Furnlehed or unlurnUhed. onry home on large shaded
BOARDINO -. HOLLY lUnniU 7131 or oom in and make poUr told u>e. Call .8.-3.... tvro 1m.,! 51 Poe Street. Cordons MobIl.Pail. Utilities waI.r and Pb. lot oa Lake .Io. onlr. 500 I Tliundar, Frldkr. Baturdar r
ondlo. .
Chris and ftd Van All... New .Ioellon.. Eleclrolui Cor.*., 114 pane oaa ....1... UJ1 New. OBQ-1300: 50-lIe 'ull.. .10"16 Two bedroom on 150 'outn Oirden Drive.veli i I I000VO corner near lake. Only $10,
Mulbarrr .lIIb.... Pboa MU Last Oolumbiu Orb.. Auburndale' tlt.hwayJowolry. 3'1' 1 .a 61-493. loo1 lot at hook Maria, onlr Oil PARR ? 0001 RN-9R8.
'In II' TRAILS with carport and TRAILER OWNKIlai You U enio mmmi.
I.)8U._ $10S Florida room utllllr room. 1030Marlnml. iOU8EI TWO bloods an p oumnw. lot la Lake. BOO, kood terms on smsli trailer r room CS. rar000lao.'d : :1

WIRE RAnt Cblnualmaa. TolTarrlara. T\'PJWIU'tM: % lAHoAirOlMUooadlUoaed. .....,... W..!. 01.OOPLakevlew .. bm.A'ou.. Yr Eelales, Two lot .J3HI05. oa th. water. .1. o.dll..ed. .rr..nod 3 BEDROOM SOUTH?
PUIntaMi' PontnanlanOarmait 17 ,.... Bulov *rUwatch. WE PAT ce.u dtmnoodiId Ph.ne I..IJ' .tllt Lak Parker Hudsoa ..IDI. 42250, osU'
Bhtpharda troploal fun: MakO of.... 124 Garden old told. platinum, SIt... 0014 511.1 or toil,. lust Pslao.mu. N :: Btreet lari tola pave o. .? .. See Lela > lane (I, rn", Preeennorllki Modern three bedroom, two

...arloo. Bftnkora* and ...bl'Has.c.a.r' St.1owsat. "eieon'i "...It.. 100 Bout* Flor- .? 05', ill OI.mfllsalil. 1151. 114 MobIle Hom. UH indertrounutIIIUH loll Mats ., MU n' :* 081-4243 lorbathi with
Phnno bath dining
Street 050400$ 0133.1SI separate
'di .h. ..
Prt Ohop. Ill Norln K.n CRlrt. a Ik Follow" it SdwmndflIlowy ..Intm.. 1

burl. MO e6fflOBETTY mow.?. Prsrllrnltp a..."JoIIl-: 107 Plumbing SuppllnMontgomery I0a50, TWO bedrooms At lot LAStS BONNY POur BUr .0... >r, ...-.U4 LAIRS 000500 Ps.0 Baarltlnm room near colege. high

'. POODLE Bbopp.. Fro.fulonal or a. nosasnnrriu 310 >n< Avenue, Holldar.. Mo.hIlo New laroeet t.bll. or 6004050lTfAcrssge Rlol Eliot Exchqng 03.000 ..ul.toP 11.100. B. nws.or. school! and $H..
aroomtni, tiudi, Dun.pin. Homes Park Ot Himile rr.o Huh and urr. Munlc Lets for Sal. To. ...ro.. two .
West Lakeland CII, Limit. 2501? RO-1047.
.. 1203 KalnlMn Ro.d. Bison. I Ward water and **wer. WILL TRAIlS 10'_ I. Lah.lsod5r dlnlnv room Florida room ..k
.U.41.. Horn. 18'611. noon GET A GAS HOT WATER FOR BALt. loom mobile horn. bus line Block to A uburd.le sod or on,. floor*, double carport ail Wildwood .
rURNITURS: MHO', Price reasonable. No. 0sontie new Orovi Park Center. LAKELAND rlKIHLANDS Itlohlr Uf.proMttr : bur rour equltIB ; Avenue, 001-104
ClrclO, Loki Bohhr flihlho boatUK b.m.l. land or oountrr propertr 5o monlhlr
..... : OlltO DOWN. ,.
klUma. 10700
.1. BUid atrvIc OIP9'OChlnon. Small pel loss .. Cltr Bossnblum.Realtor .
bU. Park.FUR0000ED .
Crre- Ca' rt. Lew R
*. toO fox ..trl... eblnuanuaBlam Carved Bin Picture.. Have Hot Water When tab Lak Drive MU OB9A030FIVB Dick o. AutO Balei or L O.rdn.. ..a. '1904 l.rh.n. Avenue, litre* REALTOR
MU 3-8100 Earl, 8PARTAM 005110. 1.11) batha,
American Print
M 3
0110.i Clocki. while In., last You Need lit! nod ouhso6. OnnA bu,. JmmsnWllllmuts DIXIE MOBILE Park. 4010 Nelampa ACRJ tracta, 030 dowa 03month. IT, 1011 Eaet Main Blreet phoMO bullt-lne Redi' oreMKl kltho MORTGAGE BROKER

FOR BALL tour b.auUlui. .11001..... Air Conditioner 110 volt 14-Hr. Installation Isis Door Trall.o Part Hithwar Lvo diy lot*. Rudr Realtor 113B. 001311NTEREBTKU. 'out. tuilpler 1.'Uo,. OBOoooaWltlit 1327 E. Memorial Blvd.
point iissnM kll..n. I Memorial Blvd MU 04107.OIB8ON .
.. Electric Stoves, Ilk. new Din 117 N. Kentucky Wln"r R...,. I lunMp.1 m.tor eeweri, tele- IN iwapplni horn .
Ra ona>l Call MO 0-UH4
old._ inn Room BultM Bedroom .. Ia.ana PARK. Attractive lake IB Rlda. Minor for on* In Lakeland fiblililtoto ItOtIPE 'I.nd.n dial 686-4107 any time
CROBHED: BEAOLB and Ba> 4 Suite. Butler.. Desk Km MU 2.5103 01.' lot*. Lane wooded .11 or Tlolnllr J T. Went "r.
.11 rnmbo roots. 04500. C.1I .U .
puppiea. Phon MU 8-04J4 or MU Dim. Couch Pram Hide-a FOR SALE 13S Room For Ron ewr and water la. worm 110 Wntwood fob,.. Midi -------- --

01731BEAOLJM. bed Round Oak Table Babr lot Piano & Musical Init 4SI20' Nark moblls horn. Ala NBC Land Oompanr,,,,003-O001._ Manor, Florida. 8437.I

AKO raiUtarrdnot and Beds Desks Bunk Bod ONE three to* air conditioner. Ownetransferred \ \. BEDROOM ,rmr 5,51 iso CHOICE BUILDINd slle. 110' BL br owner and builder FURNISHED HOME
Olson Run, Earl? Amerleaa Do- ANTIQUE 000olt. bnou.io.' to MIObISiO.WILL Orotbomsa pm.Iorr.d, WI TD \ broom '.. near BoulhaattIn
rauterad o ._". Worm.dsod 'lo. I45- soeo
raadr II oo. 6 "io7. ins9736. 'I.a _rl........... Mattree Lnn.oU A..nu.. NU Inn -3111.100 "ulb. FlorIda SACRIFICEFOR ..nolla. MU III.LM. &land, dlrectlr Heltht* .1..4 CaU .C.a.on.bt eoa.8.WI 'o oilo C..I.nd. H.II.... beautllu ,4 ACRE $3,000
< tree
*** nsw and used (food II. .nlton.d.
Typewriter (....II.nll) TV RM. .1., Oif bias 0631 MU S-3070 TRADE Ir. bom. ealed heat, laria tptt. total price* U Iud 11600Beml .
Ago MINIATURJI P<*II. pun.plas. Silver Beautuul Class and HEAR QUICK SALE P"'O. ,_ LAND BUY-IOIO ...... ...rnI.utlrnr.d .Ib home Hlli Florida room, bath and V>. A t. atttlo 0511.00. M
Paru. nlond. blackt I$00. China Hlddoa Treasure In THE NEW LOWREY Contact ....DoK Mobil Park hie. MO Pin. hod .eo POt .... lo countrr Place. 1.-13. horn for omon who .11 th. .* *014.". Ideal r tlremanhorn .
071 MU '-'841 Dun pm. Collector' Item com In Nsw Tampa Hlihwar Laklad 1340 arr. cattle ,o.b. feneedosa mod beet and priced ...1. .. about I ntllei out of town,
Brows. and Bur WITH AUTOMATIC 136 looms With Board fenred. Corral and loadln FOR SALE rerml .It no ckxlno roU. L

AKO MINIATURJI. Poodle*, on. Bur Now-No Down .....,' ORCHESTRA CONTROL) .chute 095 per ..... 00morsonlr rend K.r..o. H
black nun .bl... Imported I bock Tho Budget PlanOpen YOU PLAY a one-note meledr WIW WANTS r. dId nralt 05000. 01600 down acre. OR TRADE Woard. alt MO 1 KEN HARRIS
round. BHo-a-Brao Un.. Baa. with 3
pour rliht hand and auto bom.. MU 00 head of caltl*. onlr .
aonabl MU 0-0320. W. BUY BELL thru_Bat TRADE maurallr pour one-note melodr 1-180 or "U64'. 3000 acres, tour mile 10.0 4% Acres 3 Bedroom CB Realtor Enohanior LML
becomes a full chord-have morn ONCE AGAIN Oard..... U .. hlthwa"ran loon B Florida Av
S9 LIvestock fuin from the Terr first not* 118 Unfurntihed Apart.LNCLN press lace, onlr 0700 per acre.. Bee On* b.... Built-in electric kiW..a. I $50 PER 0503001HOMES .
SILO: : HEAR: PLAY Barn, Two d. .
THE SPINNING WHEEL Till MANY beautiful strles Bow wa offer Likslandi finest aeleoUon COURT B. C. Li. or R L Oardner. Pond .1. MONT
Dirk IOU Seat Main
BUY YOUR lmr :baat now 4deIb Anrlm.nloL.hlod' R..I
oa III.pl.,1CANNON St used mobile b.. .*. Im
., cut and wrappMl Wbol or I DIXIELAND IIn,for ..Ior_ Phon '133. __ PHONE MU 8-77 I and I bedroom ..
MUSIC penal Mobil Homo Bales. 130 PI. IIDrth sad ?'b.NU BY
half. l'IIo..u 0-772 or MU loll CO. Wo FIVE ACaa and two .hU rn001 b. sold Immdiatsly.
3-JB50 S. Florida MO I1M3rroo 303 S Florida A... 001-0145 North Wtbaeh Avenue.. 5.5364. hiI Soul...bird No auallfyln. no closlni cost I a.

HOK8KB TRAINED OroinbrMk. Parklni la Hear of Btor, Open Prldar EvenlnssBEAUTIFUL : 50175 ROO"II. ..... ...rm.. pnd..od.IrrbotUno. r.noed, 152 Real Estate WantodWE ...?... Minimum down psrme" VA MANAGER

Idral Oar Cn..nl.n.10.U.n. I .... Flask Cltr. and pois .I,. Nor Ih.nm.uon
.. ... BPINXT
tnl. pl atur "' .nn. rtlnlnoU. planoa rlrod pro.o. l.nd.rP. hon* Monder through PrldarMU >
Pbon Bartow OJO-1101 03701 ConeolM 'J68, tudloe' couple. V.r, h.I..bl'. reeulul Nerd Ilillni
99 Boats, Motor, Supplies I ( FOR BALI 1a.> for .Ol Mel itudO. Realtor $100 DOWN
SIlK. upriihu. 0170 eaih. 6U-01. TWO LOT*. eon 135' ..... Will rnlol.
92 Wanted Livestock Pets 'IblilNO BUATS. 461150 upiaddl0boarda trown'.. 004 Bouth Horlda U' Two bedroom houeetraller BRAND NIW. n.ar ooU... for ...ri or oa Urn*. 13000 1B37 .mor.l. fltlt4107LIST .
canon, aailboau'addlrblkei 109 Rodlo.Tolovltlonnblnauon .lOa per month, 0400. down, bal. .rhool.. Is Inn .00.10 two 'o both. ....al. 2-228 Mary choice bom. In all lois.tIno. .
11400.10 01OO
nee acre .p.rt..nL I. .. rOd000rStPdl0000bisIp
caul outboard. urallmCotulloi. broom Lk.t.nd CHOICE 60kl40' lot In .ltr. 141Pera YOURPROPERT \
WANTED: A tow dalrr am Sub month balance OlnooOH
,.. .. TOO-ft-Il '. '" aIr .. as es 050Slop .
.dol., WI." From si0"0lb"j0 .adlo.ed. POm.n. 1.
rath ... Plac. Landscaptd.
kind. Will par top pruPower H"I land and trailer 110O.ok.
I .
mod eo. br olfle
05. 513.00b1. 0,0 Trade lo. uous. Orioo. .I.trl. WITH US: our or .11.T.
Dalrr MO o-o$32ISI ...r pirmo oIl. Bacrlflclnt belt y.11 'Ind..... CaU MU '-'334.
Pfl of.owo mm 000.7402In kl.ho. NO DOWN PAYMENT
a1 FOOT Chris Croft, I.', $5'.. r.. of Illness This properlr Cord. phone MU. tASTBUMC. Combe*
UDGfRCLASSI7flD M drpth reordn trado. must be _,. Lowell Adams, Boa 34120.TWO Cbal.. Inuo'. 01001 oi or anrweekends. IfBhortr* cant SELL It BURN R. TUCKER Jr.
Coedtntant .
JU ....I..*. I' O. Sal 4, .1IP.1 Sporting 131. Eato hi k. firn. TT DOWN," H. L. Bhortr palm ,
MtMERCHANDISE d.'. WO .J.08 BEDROOM duplea In Dl.le- r Realtor, oa DOOr lot REALTOR
us 1I1Vlms mb..u lusti noun lu".. n' ALL ...t.1 ".11.. wIth bath. land Bawl redo..d. 17* 5 THIRD BBCTION now open I.. : a>e* Avrau.aoli.W

no ....... Beet ...h offe. ,.... Cull .3-1.48.. month. Low, *. ..., 1-4141. au" Acres pick pour lot now I,e>t to B. Ta. ALL BRICK HOMES JU N Mast. Av*. Lakln<

103 F.rntturt' A ApplIances nOO.. 0100 Aleo Iio.aadarbs. 10 ROYAL b..... trailer. Owne MO "-"04. ..11. Ins selection U food Beau LU MU 07173FHA
1.1. Phone OB1-0910 I Area
... Morrow LAKE .. lilul bl.h 10' .11b p1054-p nO.hids Propertr
Brat nib 2204 MORTON :
lured. Bear Kwl ::
21 COLT automatic pistol. Hunt- .. ... ..10 prlo 14.8.P VA Area Property
Chek : t :
94 Coin Stampi TV BAROAINS Compls..lvbuilt ro-' Street an. or a pm. Electric ran refrlnerar. $56.36
moa model like 0201 303Winchester dow m.r. Suburban
and tuarantwd $3> SO and new Duo-Ibom heater o.rs000dmorrh. .1 r. 153-A Property,
informs! call J.
I model 04 like now' dl.
op. Proi Wash tube 00. Pbon
BTAMPB US plato. and alniliR .. Initallatlan AlwanLakdandi Mobil Homoi WontedWANTED Winters OWNER SALE!
140 Mtl 1-IM7 122 CT 4-131" or Dan CV Per monthsmtll
0-0311 1.
bosh burt la n.w or .. ACRES, 900 road f.onts.e
a. Bmlth. 1140 Wmt WainBtnat Winter H.....
uird TV at Nlto B Dar TV. 1330 112 Wasted 3-13. Dad Cltr KHhwar. Slob Down Payment!
Lakoland. OI2-SM4 Miieollonoou TRAILER under 'l 000phon \ DUPLEX ,h. room cod R.h. dowoPmprnotise0? tote Smal
Auburndalo Roid. Open till I.00BADCOCK'S Tampa. 020-0012 Writ th. Modern, 040 month 10* land. 1m. irov*. Ions Manr modela now under eontructloa On Road la Shore Acre, a
pm. MIl 8.ane. CAtAII FOR our uu..ood 110m. Broadwar Eaet Lemon Blreet. TelephonB010100 Looking for gracious h.u" 31,0. limo D. CI.OI.Rollo. fIlms 9 bedroom, 1 bUi bolos.
9S Blcyclii Motorcycles MU -13". JibttOmnn. *2>0 East .. 311. inos. and relruteri :

!T.mo" Country Living . I wood noore acreened aeplaram -
TRIUMPH AltO Yamaha aalt. AUTOMOTIVE DELUXE TWO bedroom with cenral 151 Hotnoi for Sale /.h.
Look toBRIAR .1." eonlno' .
124 Trucks Trailers heat and air eondlUonlnituilt IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION .
and **rvle* Claetrlo ttartln 1 n 100. Nonthl pnrlnoola .
model. iport modal lar*. Art B..1.. Tbalr 116 Automobiles For Solo in oven and ranis, rain. OWNER LAVINC Florida soon Call Barb Trinsos mm NU 5.7505
1k. at iraur. Wslkioo dlitsncs offers at a reducedprice
etock. Lakeland Cnle Co. 710 1950 FOnD Van toichools modon 0' MU
West Memorial eaa..2a. SEMI.ANNUALTRADEIN 002 CHIVY: II air ....II/"od. Juno Nsw Tarn o' Rll.wiy. .."rk'. and shopplnt. Th* IloosIapmmtrn.ot BRAE furnlihed or ..nlr..llbo CO.. e.l1.New
Trsdlni Post In Lakeland nor aiao bin..
CLEARANCESALE utom.uo, trsrumlsslon. radlaheater nonth. 021 West ('. 110.... and Wod INC..81.llstH .
96 Antlq.M tinted olaaa, 11400, Call I1'1iIROLET plcku. LWB KOUTH8IDI MEW Trade pour
Call E B. Hal>el, MU e-'. l or So. PI*. At* List
8(1-7143. Oood Mndllloi 1800. P1.05. ml123 MO 03070DELUXE equltr Three bedroom th*' ,M-i43l
: FLORENCE CIRCLEin will tabs twin bed. Walklnl die-
GENERAL LINE deraratiT and tip TO tso Ion MERCURY Mon....'. All I : 8OUTHHIDB apartment ..mo* ehopplut and ..Iom000iryirhool $100 Down
oielul antlqun, Bouiht and aold ouwrr Lood.d wIth' .nl
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE IItr. no atreet from Bouth-
nicest aaurt.rnr,1.
The Cheek Houaa. Eaton: Park ,.. Buses I one be.om .ro. '
FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM "U11 ... .. Went WlndwratreeL.
All weal
rooms "
....n... .t. the beautiful Ilh. heck our list ot excellent
UP TO I2S WEPINANCI Your 5,0415" InSand. I Ota of clwt '0_. Clea. IS .r Llnnoln A.. HOME FOR SALE
TRADE-IK!: ALLOWANCE Low as 540 dswo. Sunsalln. CHURCH IWO for ssls. 1.II.alrondlUon. Drlv* br 311 Leiiol and Lakeland juo. Bundar, afurnocn. al- Three bedroom near school. Carpeled argalni In young homes.
97 ArtIcles For Sal-Mtu.I FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM 0.51 CurS. 0060005.000WROOM iota cash Phon OB. MO I-03J4 or MO 0-BKftO po. Highlands br >ni>ointmnl. PDon 010BOIO llvln room and bedroom
lOll or OM-1174 before 0 00 p m OIJ-3101' monthly payments. VA
TJF TO .50 OONDrTION. 1.81 THRI. ROOMI. b.th. mnd.nn. Vmopl floors lare paneled Plo"Id"
USED TVS Irem 03* UP. Guaranteed TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE WIll churches, alarea schools Drive South out Cleveland KENT-BALE Noar colleie Two room Beamed ceiiina. Ek and FHA owned.

w. (Inano.. Work In.'rod..ln. FOR YOUR OLD AFPLIANCCCF ;i.o.W ci'.U : See to appreciate.. 211 East Height Blvd. past the New bedrooniB. .tnl prrh. Cottel 'r Die,

Beralr* accented MU 0-3071.Admiral PeaoookTV. SilosB TO (10 use UDGEItCUSSFUD Cb.rl. Carlton Palmore Elementary -I" rear B3-IOI4 .., am Phone MU 2-3039 R. M. MARLER

TRADE-IN ALLOWANCEFOR both 000435. tw* door hardtopV8 : MODERN. BEDROOMS bath
484 N. Wabanh. YOUR OLD DINETTE stick ahlft. Ill, Call MU / ADSRENTALS UN..URNIHJlD.. moom. and b.lb.nl. ,0. School to E. Highlandsand P.rd.TIn rm. a.r .0ndIIDned.' & SON

SEE THE SENSATIONALVALUES 2-161 alter Opmdio r'l MU 1-72 look for Real .
AUCTION SALE lign.Skylne .er. deairabl" lo.lo. call MU WI TRADB three bedroom two LMLA-Real tart
"a LINCOLN. V.rr nlr. .U
pos.sr i horn for mailer. Phon
7:30 139 Unfumlthtd Mount 101 or after pm. 003.4054TWO 401 B Main
Every Saturday, : pmBAXLA'S sod sir nonditlunod $705 '.' MO l.eOll
DliwonUfitwd floor tamplosBpoclal 'II Plrmuul6l four dOO.. 5. BEDROOM h.m. r.. .. -al. .
....... purehaioi 51.5101.0 .1I.k. 1300. M\I 1..0010. furnished I and C..h 13,10. NU1.1.. .. I- BeninUkeland Blnc4 10"Unique

AUCTION GALLERIE Faitorr .1_".. 050 A..nu.. Eslhirro. AL brom.PARTY Mo Rudr Realu. Acres 411.LW 2949 CAROLINA I

Tormerlr The Auction 5,0.." (10 DOWN .llnn asp SimOn '6' MJlRCUHY: ...n..,... lit.OoK. 128 Butlneii Places For Post 11 lo"orO BI.< '0"- DOWN psom.0l.. 00w. CR
room .. 4107UNFURNldHKU. ltopsn.ll Two of Cleveland
Air .0ndIU.nocl. po. .a- Lots-$750 b.U. .Just South
W Slop Sell for Too426S
Ito DOWN doll...
sop aopllanoit hratar, all whit. Take trad. .
H.T. 01 W.pbo. WAIAEII13U1.K. WILL ro"t 1036In DUPLI I bedrooms bdrom. .n.174. Court School. Drive by.
DOWN drhort brdroom
... MU e-0031 > DOWN doll... .anr dln. 60..a801. 1400 ,.... Pbon. .11 67752or carport, blok. schools. Two lots an Ood. Br. p..d BAIiOAIH: NEW three bedroom
$ op tl
190 MERCURY four door auto.millS. MU 8.,8 OouUiiate. ono 9310 C.roll. 001114'. All 0700 CB Carport, utIlIty built-in heat 686-7945 Opportunity
HOW OOOFY ran w* li-tt Well .*. Tbata BpMlal ValuotW.S.BADCOCKCORP. lull powor "ulom.n T.k. .8-407 or 1.-0 Caeh ( T. H. Tucker. 0?. tile bath Ineulated, swolcowlndow
to wall carpet from 01 00 up 101 ., noon ,..m...... 1133 Wost "ar. 129 Furnished Apartmonttind TWO din .o... MU *, furred wall, diamond OWNER
DuPont nrlon no .. per touarerard. loris -.... boo, .BBDHO"8. kllh.n.room 11. 11n.USSllED loIn..ln.. 0,0.1504 rota, no cldom U th* best dollar bur ut
Scatter run In standard 1.n. .IUI Is, BOO oil Blraln Also
r air Phon* or 021 OILy town In tho most .. .
, liar and pelal cut to rourdlmeulon BAROAIN *0 Cadillac, ROOMS .nd b5th furls.lah.d .01.141 010. twO CB. Lsmso Plo,. .101.
Inoludlnt round and oondluoned. p.wsr.B.mlo., '7'.. 00pa. .o0 10." .tl OleanderTHR1B Ids ,room beroom sIbolindrfltrohol. and ttractlv ..I.hbomod. 1

oral Rut edilnt dona In our Mala Btor and WarahouaM brakes, automatic radio. beate. Sod 005 MO -3300. : BEDROOM with carport ( ADS Ideal .hol. home. 'ou' redr lo aoqulr pod per

own .... Fabrlo lIeu'ino0uai. Molt..... Florida niman. .160. boil 3-1101. MIl FURNISHED OR tnlurnlshed prlbsth nOl North Massachusetts *.71mont. 717 Btvannah. Both homo COME AGAIN ,nanent, borne, th detail ot 7oorn
e.aoo. *
Outlni at as* per ,.rd. black Mull.... Btor Houral 1.307.. .. entrance. .n 00 to cool Brawn MU 1-1211. lDGE. I Atrei Termi. dleoounl]

and whit print. al aoe. woven S am. to I am. dully, Fil. allot 15 SUPER 00 Old.. Four door' (0000 monlhlr Nances ApartOARAOS FINK ROOMS. all R.,.. for caih In ....11'. Wi acceptirrea Ibis bath KL-Ul-a art It
plaid at 20.. Pint .lily mill .n.1I e Iwo tone sedan. Radio beater SPOIL M1I 1-4418 mod .r..r ...I..trl. Ooodlo.II. **, lot or ".... trade DRIVK Br TIIEflB TOP LOCATIONS must for IOU t I...,

O0 dsits.av .. to fit your Open An DOl Wsdno.d.y automatic, autronlo eye. recentuned ... 0" Ps..I.he.. 505rnonlfl 145 Buiinon Property P000. nwn.rsoy timn 60.-17JO TIIRFE BKDROOMHWO
budiet and worth a rid. out Ortr 60 _.1.... atorM ....In. up brakea reuned .' APARTMENT: neat and Psrmmn.ok 000s.I. will 5,11 BATIII9 HOMKU-ONI OF
O C. Hamilton Fabric. New Florida Ilk. ,i' Convenient Bouthalda lor*. Dun T.lrumI.n.l. HEM 18 FOR YOU. S. MORROW
eat covers looks runs .1 :::. Bear 4026. TAMPA HIGHWAY 100 0 83". 100,5 .. ...mml.Inst A
Dlileland, lood
Dad ClIp Hi.hw... 1 "10 WUM Lakrtand Auoelat* Blor* 5.. to appreciate '''-0081. nelsbborhood ..
0'S homo HI.
Call F1VB on. John Bron.n.n BSD YOUNO ONLY
North MU 3-3303 ROOM house Water turn- 00. .ndlUon a.llorLM
of Inb-retaM 41S61 eio No. Florida ATO. .n. PIC
07 FORD 2-door fiardlop. Re shed Oood location Near Com- 134 West Main BtRE8IDENTIAL lsd stIlls ., ...,lfl... C.II MUsA 014.000,- 2b. .. YO 1.1111
MODEL cruller Ill.is. .. Badoock Will Tnat Ton Klthf Phon CV HOTEL APARTMENTS, one and :
mp 4.100
din beater. bee Ochool. on Mlneola fobs fe 024 ,YLVEAIYIO-h.0W 80SRNllel -
two rooms, linens. utilities 'U,. COMMER: C I A Lndustrlal .
lOa nina UP. Son an 1'01 blot. 3-3422, winte Haven
roll Drl... ilshed. Dill Motel. 4000 Mew MU -348T.. lots, sites ill .r... ".1 NO MOSEY down no cloiln .

RB1"RIOlaATOR8.: W A..I R I 1002 MONIA. dow '.mpa lIi.hwiO.Th9Aq'r1VELV. TIRES BEDROOM bo.. 3sf.nuulod '. ,Rudr, Realtor. 1037 &.....orIO neta. room CB with (IEiHtttm 533 PAl.rNCIA pLctn.1
VOID FURNITURE bur. trade. up purmotS'I : 551: n:1 front Two 0'.torso Blvd, 0 ..4I07.INDUOTRIAL Near eltr baoh-Auburt. -RO-IO
b.sI.r.. air uondltlun.ri 00. All
.ell at 2300 Cochran Btnet off muolh. Aft.? or iblldren pr.h. water furnished .dloln.1 lale. If rou ran par 009 month, ARIZONA HILLS .JUST OUT-

0-O090 North Wabaih W* .1.! .A.Top... Value MU .statm.,.Ic.. "Ollred._.. u. for promnt oond ....ro.rrt. a.. 6..3311 I rated and *loa bedroom South opftrtmenta Florida. Dr.1; 1"01.ataUon Road.woil. Kraft PenIs, .TRACT ppro>lmatlr 10 all WO 71710FORRCLOBiD IIEIN.74.LOW JOB-EL- LOOK UP

.. pllanoaa your Kelvlnator and 1050 MERCURY four door hardtop MU 33007.DEOIRA0LK. MO '-1.11. Acre Htlhwar. Railroad 000000 lFpHH.a B I 1102-1.
.mPl. Mono dealer Nit Dar TE.A.- Power ateerlnv and brakea. TWO BEDROOM ,.nrrot. blotS. John J. Brennan, Realtor, "0' b".am In mn ..11 today's Cars For Sale ads

C1.OTSIEILUiZ POB1B. (reatlrreduced. plloa.... 1330 Auburndal Rd. eel nice condition par equllrnd BOUTIIBIDB .I.n inS 500Boots. U03. Mrs Rudr_ Rcillnr 1537 B. section and
In this be
1 and 3 completed YU ...nl. 1 .> take up p.,,,,...... Phon m.nt. for mm ofllp a..I.0.r"I.; .tw. ,'rl..t., 'b.n. Biorlal Blvd OBO.4107. KVBNINOB CAL IIICINJ

welded .... croaiarm with Shoot. 103-0077. srslod. alas .. storss. .. 053.4006. "orb 146 farm, Groves, Ranch* 0001Cn nrriRKMFNT halo... ...U498. amazed by the excellent
.. 00 M and Oil 10 pairHorn Of. 1
.r armnt Iltsbrs 04 nwWMtlnahout 1'01IALL '01 OalaUe V-8. radio TWO BEDROOM CB house. Mo 'ton Irnl.hed. both uodmr 1800 values. delay
delirerr KM. Phon Ooo0100. Dn't
.* Watford Uanufaelurlni. rani., rlrltvratornd heater, air power brsk.snod : TWO bedrooms, llvln' lelchborhood Btov and 0.0040- 40 ACHB srove 5 to 7 rears EI..I. .. Cub .IU.

...h... N"tr born Md. No suerln. Phon 000-00110 room kltrhei, bsth Adults' ':8t.m erator '. L.r. room. old-061 valenrla. 1130 pineapple l-40U.
EXCHANOC OM combine N mnr14005.i. bus. Orb... Onl, soul terms ROY Silll[
your down p fi7i.nt n..l.d. All 3 tor 1084 CHEVROLET Buper Sports tus.3n55.iiiioIo 10,0. THHEE BKDUOOM. two bathi.
tradI o..tamnuDoOln. cltUooner. 111 60 pr month Call MV l-Olol Dartona Blue, 300 HP 4 speed, CLOOI DOWNTOWN: T.. rs.os.utllitIn. lfuDa400M CB. simo.t Near Cntr. LeRorBllkitt. CB conl'r..loa. Cork floor ..... CLA5iI0050 Ola"IAY
Dick ot.
eo. ad under pertonalnot poll p.10500 h.lh. 01450 R.I. .. .
tree. (183-8843 THI DOWN nam.nt h. sosmad. radio, heater. Considerable dlsount. week Permanent 1.0usd.Adolf.. 00g. aOI 0".. Itr.... '1. Call lIon. phone IV .1 h., air .ondllonln..
1 .
trade, 331054 1..3. urnlahed, Near
on a asw Hot Poln' frost.I Caah term MU I. Boa 314rlth REALTOR SILL YOUR CAR
.... aa3 South Hew York. .oa-OOl. I\ou' churehe. ind eftiooU ClIp LML
PULPIT FURNITURE.: Communion ?.. 3-Don ,,'rl..rator. no... Winter H. J3J B FLORIDA .
table three upholilered d.fr.Ih ...Ia. YuAn o..r NEW TWO bedroom doobOt." Pu. CLEAN: TWO IIrdfocm oottso.oCbOstul.Jtumd OROV' 00006AIN 10 ..,... .UII. and fir* protection jiut TO US. ,
Pu- Ions RAMBLKR: four door station ... Phon MUO- moutlp 0 rnosn. S 10 7 pems old .ltr Br appointment onr I'HONI .88.34 WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR
chair pulpit choir rail U nt my,.. 0' .113 .... nr.uth. I'bo.. waon, *u .,U"d... autostle. nuhed or .nurnloocl. Stool.
oak MU 8-0443 "U 1..01.1. rlierator. oood house. food lomstbn. I MO 0-iaio ThIs horn wi In ANY CLEAN USED CARS.
radio, nsw ta.. 1131 West .u..lo. .1. 111.TO Lakeland 108" Farad of Home. L.r.. lot
10 prl...... .. BEDROOM: house, slove Sod lorth ot Call Malcolmrhomas
VACUUM CLEANERS rotullt. Milan. 6..014. .. ROSS LAKELAND
00. 000.7500 with .
AUCTIONFriday I,.ondltlon.d o.w. R.psir.. parts.clrsaulloid VOLKSWAUEtt ood... ON. wsil.io.Cmlt ci,. stop furnished Lari. lotChildren Burt .nlnO.. 0002711.FROSTPROOF BY OWNER: on* acra, three bedoom
oa BEDROM. ,
sIr welcome Call aI" 0 R.ltr. CB full tile ..t. carporttniir PAINT & PUTTER MOTORS, INC.
8Ioetrl. 3131 CI..I..d non.
osllenl condition Radio. Br owner ntln. d.or.l. ...kd.,*. MU down
Nites Only H..ta 51,4. YO 50297.ELECRZO 01450 003-4343 dilon. On. 'ro. .1111.55. 11-810. .om.. 11.0.. I I 500 W. M''Ollollv'.
Loomnotso.OARAOI RENT Tons. bodroom Haa.883 tr
: 5TOVL 138 Allismutin -, 1501 lTUblrJlAkl: LarIL. tile 11... bo. IssutblulLIII bedroom M Jewel Ph.
7.30 P.M. dlnlD 310M5. w.oi.lds ThIS eaulde 2.SU
: ........ .uod.hmon. APARTMENT Tw* bed- 0" .o
'40. Boils I,.' 10. siunthir papm.la No hbtthoo. SOmrnt 30 Acre, Ml Duncan OF matured il,05 13 doll house bow ".
w* bur or IOU (er pal Cull YO .201. I Ial" d... PImon. CI.... aI 000". I ron,.. near achool. _, wter 'ur. 000-5024 .ru.101 w.mb.d.. a.. Val. matured 343 : LshsIlldd.dADd.WO :torn paint KO-10BI It :1
.... nor .... .U..16.. .....111. nl.ho. Cldro. Ied. $05 .. 31 .
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION BLOND nOsouls .1oIo 001 Val. ........ Pro,. 057000. SO .7.3013. a oaraa with .I house
Oond _ditto... 111. Chats.I. ..ched citrus Low downirment
CENTER 10...... II Two .ocuslml ..1.51.5Phor. 117 Automobiles WantodModel. 1 PRIVATE OAHAOK apartn. ., .THREE 110. Throe BEDROOM Bouthsld Down, xeellent term oa BY OWNER CB bouso with maIns t.ooO per month WIDE TRACK
;11,15 0,5010.055. broom lakefront Call Jim Powers with T. ecreened patio, ..I..mID pool 1
S30 O B. 02 Baat 0532400.OAI noro. '00 John ,.. 124 baonG'1
RANOL 1w. .m.1I 0tr WA0tbs.D CI.iiAN: c.r. '46 .to II Bedroom bath, kll.,, elnl.. West Main. OBO4103UNFURNUHEU er. I,.. B.., an. NU43. .* this rellow brick horn that TOWN SPECIALS!!
Call MU "3061. area. .laOII. ran BALE or rent two bedroom needs paint and 11.100. noth.
.INOU SEWING: .ocbl.. h.. nondllbul. 6134.141POTRIIII'UU 01 .
ohotoo pOrtoblo or .......10. ElI.ii. ? ; : PAT CAI" Our Olrkup triurk orr. TIRES: ROOM area. tpnmtm.nt. _. TWO b.dconm. OVe ACRES cleared and rldsedor CB Verr aood 10..D. food deal I 1"8 major In rp.ln. tlm but louohup
hou 040 and .40. CI. 100 ....,. 130Uolden boi Jn p would
for burer
.. darn mbroldioram. ... lII.no- .. undo. 'n ..od.1, PI.... .... walklni dl..n. to town and chooll. MU 0-8739 f citrus. Two iood house places I 8..n..I.Routh For puS Oils 1 i In tip '62 PONTIAC
make buttonhole. Par bal.nee 1 "U 32104.Wo Civic C. of automaticwasher .a bard top Two wells. Hard. ..
of SIB cash or 00 monUilr B... accepted no pet*. I.KA05 BUY optIc.. 37taoh.dz.nnl MU 1 lnforintlon. tall 18.011. 1 top ship Ohool. CaUllnt. 4.Door. y... .uUmt.f -
C.oulr. '. .
Credit ...n..r. 003-4137 I.U". 000m furnituon, 1..ludln. PAY .11 ua for unk .ro .1sit Walnut a...... all oo..dll.ned. onrp.t. 3-18a. COUNTRY HOMIMOdUlIa.: Wood RN-400 BouUiwest open trnomiMton, rkt
10". .oo" .or"eI Lois Pt t an. Tno514'i fro' and lug and ... dlaouaslon *>rmt< iM r (VoiliMt w-><
EXBCUTIVB: : : BBCRBTARIAL: desk and Sti0obls l 01101.. 1 ..I. M.lui, In.. 112-3111 3\ BLOCKS from college. hiin .1.P.lo. ual 147 Intern 'rant. rod scnrsl.4. two bedroom. of- Ii i :7.t,0t5, host. 4nJc 5.
room acre :
In .horr,._ with Formica top .b.lro. I maboou 5000totlos room kitchen with dlnln I 134'1.Bu Prp.r P.rld.
33100! 30" electric Soon wild 1 oil).. lobi.. I I pm. ma.hlo. ., CARd IN 5 flab. our 0' olrku.. area. .odroo., bath call MU R00M1I. OtbIOi .w.... 0021. land .r. 04710. Lunn

automatic oveni both Ilk. Dew Bodrnum sot lnnlsdloo blond' 'n Bill 0'H..rd.old... Coli 106-6050. WIld '-. or MU 1'31. oltruu. onrdra. b.., 10. I THRES 8IROOI. .... ho... thro.cioars.o pool.pIll. Road Owner, tm-ltW W R.diBilino WILLIAMSREALTOR $2188

and bartaln priced New aea d.ubl. 4.555.. Dud 0120 5drawore TWO BEDROOM no.5.1msmcirt., View aluminum storeroom. 0140In bosn sod S ninbi ... WANTED: OLD junk car or new ment at 400 W. Lemon Street and m.nt at 240) Taa- I Ul' lot N* moo n LM1.A
erlclnal carton. retails for M1I 6.7003 .do.1 wrecks for ...h. Prompt pickup 0032701.RAI.P .ro..rl UO 170..? coit. 101. 1"J1 I Florid A onooo, rour '.r snip ..... MU I Call Black, 003.1001 C.I REAL ESTATE 1230.DBUX. Woodland Drive Owner, 056-3730 61 PLYMOUTH

'-48311. JOiNT ror man .11b oar BOUTHBIDE duplei 4.Door tdin ***.<***. Au-

FOR SALK ....... stool eaulp.ment 3 COMPLETE rooms good 120 Farm Implomontt 403 Yard East work and tr. '..Ilon. eondlUoned... oak floors Priced Lamoomi 'JIO FOR psmrn.u 18' Is...II. ,.ias000m000llr Tb?.. CLAOSIFIID 'I .. "_... ...... ......
air .or.om.
eicellent condition fr... Belrtsj- 143 Mobil Horn lets 1422 Cr.. w.
la Trod..lndo.
furniture Including ttove or Investment term. Hi bdrom. 0,5000 .Odnhes40005n.
tIns of new price. Call Hulberrr 'I C PARMAU. tractor and EFFICIENCY APARTMENT. C.. .
420-1137 before 4 30 and Lake. Snd refrigerator $289. Pay.ments rots.? mower. Inquire Calerltan new'. mod 0..1. C0000.l Inoatlco. ..1..ln 0.. MU 1-33. On Pi. Tradllonal $995

land .....1661 after T P m. only $13 per month. ... service, I3O4 IoulllPoorld. ..... oorkln.. tllIUI. and heat I Free Rent. TWO DUPLEXES hour apart- UNDER In OONBRUCnoH. eeprato "C'I'I'

SELL.TRADLTOrS0 tel food .. furnished mental kitchen furnished Air dlnlni 'lla.. fam- I

bin.. chick brooder feeders POLK TRADING MART FOUR ROOMI. li__. norcb. idltloned.. Phone Bonill.nt000r 00a-OH31 n oaInO.I.n' lIP room rom.. ., double '

Uotorseooter. Ilk new 100-10 New Auburndale HighwayMU I 121 Mobil. Homes I...* .r furnished 0<5 Free Towing. door ... dou.l. IsoSs. 60 STUDEBAKER
tire. "tube wheel Mew poruole .o.b.t.Court off P.0,1.donro Brl.r L.k.l.ne'. most In..i.ibIO |*_ mdli. StundArtJ Iran.

upholsterr 010"". Plant CII?. 3-2044 i R. a...____ 111 Apoil .1 SUSIE DUPLEX ,. I. ?.. Ba 01. build..r. .' niMien. r .

703-35OO MONTEREY DELMAR 4 A.ATNN: CI_ I. 3-4 I ..nwO "'k"', mo' nltra .. Co.or'. .al". 3. i $695.
DISPLAY I cassii OIS.LAVIvI 5-6.500 .?. .. Park apartment for ow pll USED TRUCKS
_CLAahIPIKD rm. frled. .bll. two bEDROOM Ir.me I
MARK "H6-0H .1." Icelr 'umloe nt apart.moat. new roof .arcso. ..bo:
M mobllhom ranch todar .
VAGABOND 130 Furniihod Houses .lr.1.. 'ol.l. on mm rales lb.a I..llo.. ..nol".... Quiet. *. 23Jl neuhborhood.Wos.sr.OFFICIAL. loop reawnnl AND TRACTORS '59 PONTIAC
MOBIL BOMB INSURANCE .1. an .1 ocr..la bulldlni I
P00100 sod '."._0.10... .. I ITS NEW Realtor oorafsno. Ctraiahl ,. d.

DEE'S :S7 tree.!. IJ' 1.. Ol..ndo Out Today To MV 0-3190 317 B. Tit Av.. GUIDE I ItG 5 Ootbdr'.. blip "U">M<1- biN ... On* owner.

P'URNISHBD COI7AOI. his,. CIRCLE M rental bargains : IN0LiNONOV10.
041 M. w...... MO 14000ITTLB .0018.. bnlfl. .ror" adult.. N' Tops In A Builder! 1 Very etenft. Meer end *,deeoor
t b e Classified sectIon. leedin. New t.ree.
10051000 WATIS00004T ANTI.I pete Hol In Location! I 5005IO4VOOSATI0006L '
B 2 55dm..., 9. 505. 2 loB.ExcLnsIvl TRAILER: BALES .....01.. Insur- MODERN DVPLE. Two bed- Turn back now for the I Irom.

aco. stork.*. part, supplt. I... 000m. frnl.hed ..Iur..I..d. 1501 West Arlana St. I Tops In A Duplex! apartment or house I .t.. .500. .. 4.DMT H..Mto.a. ..r _"I.t..n" .
PIATU51$ .1.01.11 Also .h.ol.eI. iutom..ti Ora.rnu.

COMPI.fls IIC5EATIOW CENTERc0w.Do.MIN.luu ured.......no.bonded..... "ock'local .and 1110 national pow. hOl""U"kllh.n. ..m.l. .I.n prlo.I. Open 7 Dayi 9 S P.M.; Brand .pkln. .... .t.. you need. I Gro.t..r.0.od.rs .a. radio., hMtort or. oowor powerlMrinj
.. ... 1
Tswpm Rlohwso. MU 1-1031. 8Ior. 6.a.0 or ... side.Ho.Laria bdroo., o INT..N.TION.\ 0 u 5no.oSsd windowt ._ *..
1 I !' .
r BEAVER travel trailers 0.3-101. I. ilectrla rsns-e, oL..I I.D t.PI V 1" .nd..
54.4 s.d Tot. PB. V. 5os.v Ap.0mm6P5014 \1' to I,.. Coslello Travsl Tr.lI..nd.l. COTTAOB TWO rooms bath I All ,or.. rooma :oak : .0500., .. .mw.. .*ijJMony $1295KERLEY

$0020 *650 $45 PIE NO. ..., /(... Blvd.. Winter Be*. lara rard. shade treee. gardens Duhi. oarp000 Od OtUbtlo. NEW VOLKSWAGENS ..
00. aU-IllIa. shim, adult. No tourist. MU DESIGNED FOR Works from tho 01.. 0..? more
los. lmV boo. 5 MA'Os. .6 i.1Bils55. 0-0704 ooo .... ft. Term .. Call DELIVER fOR $1733.95

00- 5-lw 6 .Ml P TWO r..rm.ied hoeC. ll Transue, with T. Tucker 1..,. _. ..10.... I* tlSo'i Irises
.. BIRM. Realtor, MU .. .
: ; 1 month Call MU o-4 1. r'r'. :...:: QUILIANINTRNATIONAL

.I_ 0 way to push ahead Is to THR'urn."o.BIUROOM Phon.nous .U'orro. ads do It quickly 141 Watoriront Prop.r I, "..r"'-".0'....-....... PONTIAC

has 0_ M Bai! turn to today's "Automo 0-772 ) 1'. eaoily economically.To ACR1F1CB CED A PI ssbin. ROSS'LAKELANDMOTORS

bile" classification for a 131 Far Rant MlicallonaouiMMEUCIAL order 'em, cal MU 'J.'o 1 bedroom novel stone INC. "WUt frock Town"

safe dependable auto 0> BkUIUKNTlALnlshed 6-1151 for an ad. .. OTOOO., Cash er terms 21 IS Dwd Cit H... 1334 E. Main
fU La lots oa 0056. 0, Snws.k : J zr.
mobile. or rentals din.. C.oom A e.... 2500 : ., 5100.Psous Ph.". MU ITPeeineelr

Mel Rudr .l.Iln.a.... HI donwnr. I mIles Ion. Mel '.'I ( rransbleu f ?beet 68.103

mortal Bind. on..a. oa 101. W00do sod _

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Senate-House Resumes i
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I :: :Bridge* I In:r ; BriefRubber Work On Tax Reduction Bill r jJ

''' '' boi '
-'J '01! ;-I .
WASHINGTON (AP) Senate cut of the Johnson administra Secretary of Labor WlUardWlrts '
bridge games In which'the dummy, which thanks to House conferees resume! tion's legislative program-was was the leadoff witness for D. DOWNTOWN
I the standard of play Is mixed I'West's housekeeping-was the
arrive Senate's this
work today on the tax bill with I expected to at the measure.
: are fruitful generators of the four. East won with the nine, .
: the possibility that a compromise door today The 11-part Baseball and football magnates -
t anticlimax. An expert schemes to his surprise, but did not apparently measure may be worked I omnibus measure received 290 will be on hand today and I Iz
an elegant defense, only to have: find any significance In out by Wednesday, 130 approval from the House Tuesday before a Senate Anti
his good work nullified by some the club lead. He stolidly returned -
This could mean the measure I last week. trust subcommittee which Is CI LAKELAND
terrible ineptitude by Ms partner a club, to West's Intersdisgust '
In such cases the expert would be ready for Prc.ldentJohnson' : A House banking subcommittee considering I a professional -
signature by next: sports antitrust bill.
starts hearings today on
can only sigh deeply and remind However, South had
played week, the for higher The Senate Rules
opening Committee
President Johnson's
i himself that In the long run he against West before. He announced housing I
will that paychecks for the average! bill. Robert C. Weaver, head of continues behind closed doors ( : : MONDAY /
play against particular : "You can't catch me
mid-March. its
n taxpayer by the Housing and Home Finance, probe the doings of
partner as often as he will with your psychic bids this
II play with him. time" and ruffed with the heart Light Week Planned Agency, was called as the first Bobby Baker, former secretary AND I
The deal shown which I. witness. A Senate subcommittee of the Senate majority.
today, jack.This The conferees are trying to, On the House floor, the
work it moat
begins on Wednesday.
a was played in Paris-where almost achieved Its aim or Iron out differences between the important bill this week will be FRIDAY ylcn
r. anything can happen-is a guarding against the possibilitythat $til.2 billion tax cut passed by Pay-Scale Bill Start the $1(9 billion military
c rare example of an anti-Anti West had bid four clubs procurement
on the House and the $11.9 billion A House Labor subcommittee authorization bill coming TIL
climax. North and West were a singleton, but It lost the con
reduction In the Sen-
approved scheduled the start of hearingson up Thursday. :
experts, capable of every trick tract. West made a trick with ;
I another Johnson The Senate has Important -
of the trade. East and South his heart ten, and the post-mo. ate.Although program nothing -
the pace in committees plan to Institute double time for scheduled for the floor I
were both preferable as oppon tern can best be left to the N
ents. imagination. is expected to pick up, Congress !overtime in certain industries and may be in recess several
generally planned a penalty designed to encourage -days this week.
fa After West had made an aggressive -
er light week. employment of more work-
pre-emptive opening of
J The controversial civil ers rather than the use of overtime The United States minted half-
II four clubs, the bidding was
bill with labor. coins In 1792.
cornerstone cent
: straightforward. North did well TodayIn
o to pass six hearts. He was
I tempted to bid six spades to I f
4f Insure that he would play the
t hand but the contract would ,
have failed. HistoryBy > ,., ..

West Ponders Lead
t West studied his opening lead, j
Today Is Feb.
Monday. 17, -
that his
unhappily aware partner
1964. There are 318 days left In
was unlikely to contribute .
a trick to the defense. His best year. \.
chance seemed to be to find his; Today's highlight In history: "
I On this date in 1864, submarine ."
a '
I partner with the club ten, which was successfully usedIn : ; . .
: would serve as an entry for a
war for the first time. The
spade ruff.
Confederate submarine
Ho therefore made the sensational Hunley
c :
torpedoed and sank the Union
lead of the club three, .
warship Housatonlc in Charleston
and was disappointed to see the I
s Harbor. However, the submarine \
in In addition
club ten the dummy. '
the dummy was put down sank soon after. A :
: rather untidily with club ten *
five On this date: I
nearer to South than the
In 1621 Miles Standishwas
d and four. Capt.
{I named military adviser to
I d: NORTH the Pilgrims at Plymouth.In I .' I.
AKQJ852A 1888. the first telephone "
I ", T'" ; -.- ri.
tro exchange In California was ,
QCa opened at San Francisco. '. ..
A 10 14 In 1916, British and French .
WEST (D) EASTA forces captured the German /;
a 4109795' colony of Cameroon, Africa.In -
v10832 V I 1933, the League of Nations '."
tl 75 JIOI8CSAKQJ712 condemned the Japanese occupation I

n: : + of Manchuria. \ .
.II. ,: ....
A4 Ten years ago The British ;
VAKQJI734AK2 government announced that ,' : It. ., ,. '
Food rationing would end in t I '1y;" ..

8 July; meat alone had been ra- :.:,.../. "
Both sides were vulnerable tioned for 14 years. j I '
o The bidding: Five years ago Tunisia ;' '
q West North East South warned that the French naval '1 \ .: "
4 A 4* Pass I V base at Bizerte might be liquidated :; '
Pass Pass Pass unless peace in Algeria '" .
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a. agent for the Atlantic Coast earlier this year. Silvo said he
Line Railroad, will describe will go on for another few days
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parent in order to to attend lend assistance the meeting required dials were turned as they back tried by to Indian cross off the i M : When you do, make it Winston. .

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campaign a success. Parents authoritative sources reported
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