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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
daily
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER, VOL. 40, NO. 157 LAKELAND FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23, 1964 PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS


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,k'.11'1'. ".....'\...,_' .'"',. .,,'f,. "t.., '", .\. ''. U. S. Officials In Saigon Urge New Policy

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.. By PETER GROSE effective his leadership may tories In recent weeks against tion at this Juncture strikes
..faVorhElms.SAIGON eventually become, the immedconfused and lackluster opposldiplomats here as detrimental.
South Viet Nam late war effort seems unable tion. "This country Is not strong
United States officials here to surmount a widespread deThe demoralization has also enough to win the war the way
are pressing for a major policy moralization among armed spread to many' American It's going," said one high official
chang that would permit forces civilian and military field ad "It lent even strong
i retaliatory sabotage activities Military sources said the visors enough to negotiate"
t S"d ,, 1R against the communist regimeof Vietnamese army is now only American frustration here is The alternative favored by
North Viet Nam. going through the motions of Increased by evidence that officials here II the classic
warfare with nothing significant opinion in Washington and military principle of tranfer-
mission
The U.S. Advisory being' accomplished or across the US. 1s swinging ring a war on unfavorable
here U facing a critical decision even undertaken. against continued support for ground to another battlefield
: to seek new ground for They see most the pressing the Vietnamese operation. offering more favorable posi
anti-communist warfare or to
task of the new governments Pressure for a negotiated set tions.
% withdraw from a losing battle one of just holding the tlement on the basis of neutralization Moves against North Viet
under cover of a negotiated army together. Is seen by officials Nam are thus seen as the best
settlement The Viet Cong forces, meanhere as the gravest threat to way of breaking out of a situation '
They see this as the only while are showing signs of a successful outcome of the in which the communists i itacteasing
way to break through the diverse boldness and Initiative war. 'now seem to bold the high
but Immediate pressures scoring significant. Vic Any public talk of negotia ground.
In like
that are closing
a nightmare on South Viet m_ It
Nam's war effort.

officials Influential concur South In Vietnamese this new

strategic proposal. U.S. Mexico
Secretary of Defense RobertS. Pledge

w A ri MacNamara Is expected to ,
arrive in Saigon within a weekor
I + k .S ten days to examine both alternatives
before final decision
rt is made.Diversionary.

e o oa Move Peace Friendship

a r"I The activity against North ,
Viet Nam would be mainly
:pt pw diversionary officials said, to

iyr spread a sense of Insecurity
In the north similar to what
Johnson
Communist Viet Cong Insurgents
have built up in the xpad ,
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south
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f The present "long haul" i Mexican
strategy of the U.S. mission .
and of the government of Ma).
Gen. Nguyen Khanh, South _
Viet Mama premier, Is still Chief
judged to be sound for the Talk

eventual pacification of the ....
country.But .
officials have concludedthat PALM SPRINGS Calif. (AP)
Her Hero Gels Another Medal this grass roots pacification -The presidents of the United

program cannot even States and Mexico pledged
Mrs John H. GUm Jr, "wife" of the Merino "wfc" "was" tho first U. $. aitroneut to orbit. the start to be effective unless the themselves Saturday to build
forth admires{ freedoms. Foundation model. presented to her .", {iU". hutbend. .t cirtmonitl at Valley immediate short-range threats stronger bonds of peace and

Forge ,.., ,........,. GI."", who It now seeking t. become U. S. Senator from Ohio "Wes" pro .are met or diverted. friendship between their nations
tented the Foundation's highest .w.... "for hi. ..."'pl.., citisenihip In .boyhood end. "' ."h..H. No single spectacular development and In the world.
AP Wlrephotot has brought about They even agreed to a plan
the present crisis. Rather officials r+ for heading off additional border
see a combination of disputes such as those which
By Morocco And Spain military and political factors have plagued the two countries
that when added together through the years and there
i make the present Americanand may be some changes along the
South. Vietnamese position Rio Grande,
LLS. Envoys Seek To Get untenable.
: Internally, Khanh's coup dent President Adolfo Johnson Lopez and Mateos Preii-
d'etat of J tin. 30 drained the !
.
wound of conferences
up two days
military and the civil service ,.

i Shipping To Cuba Sliced of However any clear energetically sense of purpose.the new _-i: ,i J communique and Issued that a emphasled long formal the

premier may act however L strengthening of peace, friend
.. d L ship, the Alliance for Progress
\, total .7a. .rr.. the of American
lc WASH IGTON"(AP) ::" V S. The t: amount of'U.S. assistance government through economic Organization
States trade and control of Illegal -
diplomats sought behind the Involved all military, isolation. traffIc In drugs.
settle yesterday to persuade a was'said to have amounted to He noted that President Johnson U.S. TriesPsychology
'reluctant Spain and Morocco to less than $50,000 for these three has power under the law to Cuba, Panama Not Mentioned
curtail their commerce with nationl. waiverhe aid-cut penalty wherehe Lopez Mateos Reports On Talks There was no mention of

Communist Cuba rather than Far more reportedly more finds this to be in the U.S. national American troubles with Cuba
face possible loss of U.S. aid. than $50 million is involved interest. President' Adolf. Lopes Mattes of Muic. waits"" .. Pierre Salinger President joknton's prou and Panama American informants
The State Department's Cu- with Spain and Morocco. I "This must 'be judged on acountrybycountry On RedsBy secretory, supervises. tbs r..1! of a speeder's lectern from a teblo. |lust .before i prou conference said these played a minor
ban affairs coordinator John H. Selden In interview said basis," Sel Lopes Matsos held' ,.. Point, Sp.I",. Th. Masco president reported on his conference with ,...1. role in the conferences:
an
has been summoned den said "but there are few d.nt Johnson. (AP Wlrephoto)
Crimmms.
the State Department's action in MAX FRANKEL But Lopea: Mateos tossed offa
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cases that can Imagine
American
by the House Latin so far has been "only a token which It would be more in the Jfrto \lara InureWASHINGTON surprise suggestion at a news
affairs subcommitte to testify intended to show that' The United conference that "It Is to the
step" -
continue Millions In Heroin Seized
U,S. national interest to
situation! \
Monday generally. And chairman Arml- program to weaken the Havana (Turn to Page (-A, Column 6) psychologies I I warfare United States should turn to finda
stead I. Selden, D-Ala., said against North Viet Nam by solution of its problems with
Saturday Crimmms can expectto warning of possible attacks Canadian Police Cuba."
be asked about the amount of against its territory. Tra'pSnares He said Cuba has been ousted
trade with Cuba, who is engagedin Extending the guerrilla war from the OAS.
such trade and what steps from South Viet Nam to North The United States position Is
are being taken to reduce it. Viet Nam Is one of several
that only the Castro regime, and
Aid TerminatedThe a r measures under considerationhere Dope Ring TrioNEW not the Cuban state, Is out of
to check the commnlst ad the OAS.
State Department an- w vanes No decision has been
nounced Tuesday that pursuantto There was no Indication that
Congress new foreign aid T1r made.But the administration believes YORK (AP) -Authorities -,pending hearing. government representative said'Johnson and his administration
said Saturday a trap laid The Justice Department In Artizl had resigned.)
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law. U.S. assistance to Britain it may be able to influence Intend to turn to the United Nations
France and Yugoslavia Is being the coune of the war by by Canadian police led to the arrest -Washington Identified them as: Rene Bruchon 50, a French at this point when the OAS
terminated because of their con hinting at greater U.S. involve here of the Mexican ambassador Salvador Holland, 55, man from Marseille who was already Is wrestling with the
tinuing traffic to Cuba. ment or even South Vietnamese to Bolivia and two other Mexican ambassador to Bolivia. deported from the United States Cuban situation
and seizure of millions of
men
raids north of the border. I Juan Artlzl about 60, employed in 1949. The Mexican president also
C'I' It was to call\ attention to dollars worth of smuggled her- by the Uruguyan Foreign If convicted, each could be
these possibilities that Presi- oin. Ministry in Montevideo, Uruguay -sentenced to 20 years in prison (Turn to Page 6-A, Column 1)
Estimates of the retail value
JohnsonTo ident Johnson included a care (However a Uruguayan and be fined $20,000.
of the contraband from
w ranged
fully worded statement on
Y 4' it Viet Nam In his speech at the $13.5 million to $25 million at $600 TakenIn
Ask Aid University of California.The United States prices and to $52
I.ill contest in South Viet million in Canada, where narcotics

Back Nam, he said, Is "first and are scarcer Holdup
Be Cut
ill ii foremost" one to be won by Meanwhile the Mexican government -
lrt' the South Vietnamese. fired the ambassador, ,
WASHINGTON (AP) President Came" Salvador Pardo Holland. The At HavenWINTER
Johnson II expected to ref "Dangerous ministry In Mexico City said he
ommend soon that foreign aid Washington believes that the was dismissed for leaving his HAVEN Two
be cut back In scope and that Soviet Union too, has been post without authorization. wN5r9 Negro men held up the Bad-
Its effectiveness be checked on warning the North Viet Nam The Mexicans called his Involvement cock Furniture store at Florence
a country-by-country, basis. AP Wirephote government that it was riskinga "a very dishonorableand Villa last night and escaped -
full\-scale conventional war painful thing" especially in with about $600 In cash
Sen. .John Sherman Cooper, In Tune With The Times ,
and perhaps even tactics) nuclear of his and s0
view high position
R-Ky., said Saturday he has re the keys to the store and a
from war by pressing noW for Mexican efforts to combat drug truck and a wristwatch
ceived personal assurance
the "liberation" of South Viet traffic ,
the President of his decision to On The Inside Nam. The Hanoi government The heroin was smuggled into s bl .t Sgt Aubrey Rowe of the
create a number of committees Winter Haven Police Depart
has boasted of from
support Canada and the United States
to make' on-the-spot checks of Communist China-though not from the Middle East via ment said the robbery occurred -
how American money is being at about 7:30: last night.In .
from the Soviet Union-if it Pd
Yeah Yeah YeahThe France. The haul was one of
spent abroad and how effectiveit is attacked, but it has also the largest ever of its type y fr the store at the time were
la as a cold war weapon. shown some concern about the Ernest Pipkin manager of
advocated Arobion. .dromedory. above .,ort. Beetle-like hairdo more than 134 pounds.
Cooper long has morale of the guerrillas in the the store, Pipkin's wife Ms
such an examination arguing It and sIN appears to be lifting his heed. end. voice In song.He's south. Canadian police found the heroin son and two employee, whom
is essential to save the program not imitating tho British jvartet, .however, for he bid. The President's comment in four suitcases In lockers I Jr Rowe did not Identify.
from elimination by Congress.Sen. his beirdo long .before they thought of It. And. as for singing was only one of the Indicationsthat in a Montreal railway station The two Negroes entered
but, Instead of arresting the
Hubert H. Humphrey, the .-that h definitely not his forte. Some say It'. net thoBeatles' the administration Is will man who checked them, workedout and came to the store's office
.assistant Democratic leader cither. For true Beatles' fens, though thin Is a ing now to hint of possible this stratagem: They as If to pay a bill. Then, one
from Minnesota said in a separate story an Pago 1.... .f their triumphant return t. London. policy changes. The importance switched all but two pounds of yfr flashing a nickel.plated revolver -
Interview that he, too, has Lovers af .beauty might look on Pigs 4-1 and. fight fans of Johnson's statementwas the narcotics with flour leavingthe ; and the other an automatic
been told the President has accepted will enjoy the answer* .by Sonny Litton{ and. Caulus Clay readily acknowledged In two pounds as additional evidence they forced the Pipkinsand
the Cooper idea in prin- to eueiHons asked. .by The Lod... These ere |just a few of private explanations of his re- If the trail led to associates the two employee to lie

ciple. she antortalning and. informative article In today's. L....... marks. of the : of the man. down on the floor. The ban.
Message Due Soon The poor the progress communist waragainst They said the man took the dits then proceeded to search,
guerrilla suitcases to New York, where the office and their victims.
Humphrey added that the has caused increasing
President will incorporate this Amusements ...... 7-B Dear Abby......... 9-B concern here in recent months. they were found in PennsylvaniaStation In addition to the day's receipts

and other Ideas for changes in Bridge .................. 3-B Editorials ............ <4<-A The military coups in Saigon lockers, still with the took, police Mrs.said Pipkin's the holdupmen bill
Congress probably in November and January and two pounds of heroin. Tracingof Arrested In Narcotics Case
a message this week to asking authorization Citrus .................. 6-B Horoscope ._........ 8-B the threat of further coups his contacts here led to his fold and a watch valued at

for a $34-bilIion programfor Classified ....... 7.11.D Sports .. ............. 1-5-D have raised doubts about the arrest and that of the two other of the between $70 and $80 from one
Corles Aritml, right on employ Urugueya ForeignMinistry of the employes. They also
the 'year starting next Comics ...... ..... 8-9-B Stocks-Finance 10-11-B counterattack effectiveness of the major for men.The arrested men, charged { In Montevideo, is .kid from '......1 Court In Monhottenyetterdey took the keys to the store and

July 1.The said Crossword Puzzle 9B. Women 1-11-C this year planned with conspiring to violate United after he was arraigned "before .......1 Judge IdwardWolnfold to the store's trucks

will message also for Humphrey cutting the Deaths ..... 6-A Weather Map TAr Another intensive review of States narcotics laws appearedIn and held. In $100.000 boil for hearing on Monday onchorges The bandits made their get
tall
the problem has therefore be. federal court and were ordered of conspiracy to violate U. S. Narcotics lows. Narcotics{ away but police were not sure
(Turn to Page 8-A Column 2) gun. held in $100,000 bail each agent at .left is unidentified.{ AP Wirephoto whether on foot or in a car.
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2LAIC_ LEDGER Sund.,. Feb 21. lit! I :::" :Hal I.. :4Ii ',.........


i Khrushchev Says- W. Germany Yy




Worries Him More Than U.S.MOSCOW I


(AP)-Soviet Pre- thought are about Germany Khrushchev slept well night eo .
micr Khrushchev sleeps easily During their talks, Khrushchev far as this group of Western s...
to far as the Americans are emphasized the peaceful settlement powers was concerned ,p, 1
oncerned an Italian publisher of border disputes It was P 4 vr
But his about
reported Saturday, but perhaps In that connection that he re despite concern
oases In his bed thinking about ferred to what he described as West Germany he Indicated to
"uermani the "climate of l't\Ianchlsm"l Elnaudl that he felt Konrad Ad- e

This report about the prcmlcri recovery of lost territory-In'enauer the former chancellor, wAx
preoccupations was given West Germany, I'had finally come to believe
to correspondents by Julio Elrmudl As to France the United there was no solution of the German
a Turin publisher, who States, Italy and England problem through force, and
spent two hour with Khrushchev Khrushchev told Elnaudl he was that Chancellor ludwig Erhard
Friday beginning to feel at ease. feels the same way
"He feels as If he can sleep China Brushed Off h
Peaceful Alms
EspousedAs ,between two cushions" the ItalIan -
related by Elnaudl Khru said using an expressionfrom Evidently the two ranged over
shchev's_.principal sober, his homeland to Indicate many subjects but skipped light
ly across China In his
reportof
the talks, Einaudl Indicatedhe
.: STO P Winylni:bout tout:,hiirlnj! did not press the premier on
any political subject, He pursued -
.'LOOK( it" SiriUni'iillrtimut" tyeilasj hurlnt iU!' his own ends, trying to FAN OVERWHELMED--Palic* ton a rot's-..., war a barrier

[persuade Khrushchev to write at London airport" ift.r She girl callapiid during the crash af i.,,.
,. LISTEN ti Its tuperk pirfirmanci! his memoirs .'s hand. t. wUm the Biatlii/ hem from fhalr U, S. tou,. Some WELCOME! HOME-Th. .. !._Pul MeC rtn.r, John Lessee, Ctorg H."I.o" *nd. King
F hear better, look better live better I 'While' 1 still have life I prefer 5,000 fon_90 par cant of them, girlt-iwirmid round. the Starr, lift r* right-r* hwn it Undo airport yesterday. alter their raturn from a roar .. U. S,
1 to work for the flI of mycountry airport, willing' / the arrival af tha quorttr. AP Wlnphata via.1.c. cities, Same 5 000 drilling, w..,(". t.."-..." itigid. a wild wilceme lee the !lu."". (AP Wlr*.
Most hearing losses can be corrected and" for over ..,. from tendon) priori via cab'. frees Leaden. )
the world. Elnaudl quoted
with Sonotone's terrific new eyeglass
Khrushchev. saying as he persisted -
hearing aid, the TIUM.INE A transistor In urging him to write
hearing aid is built into Sonotone's Thousands Greet The Beatles At London .

slimmest l. lightest temples. Fits worn. The Russians trained mongrel
ens, men's eyeglass fronts for stylish dogs to pioneer the way for JCrluJorfc( tTlmr were crushed and cakes melt. the Liverpool quartet whose Home and their parents John British and lads and -mates

hearing, seeing The TH1NLINE is so manned space flight. Pedigreed LONDON Thousands of ed, Girls cried as they were British success: was capped by laid: and friends"They
dogs lacked the said their American
necessary "Hello Alec and hello reception
good looking your family and friends stamina and resistance. screaming teenagers welcomed unable to press their gifts on .0 two-week conquest of the Mum. was "fantastic. although -

will admire your choice. Exclusively at"SONOTONE. The Beatles heroes home yesterday as con.In the singing group. United States, They said they were flatter American parents
quering The Beatles arrived just Display Humor ed that the prime minister had seemed a bit "potty" to them.
air.
London
'N U"'IOI 8DNOH \ a riotous scene at after J The of Paul
a m sight described them as his secret "The kids Just want your
port McCartney at the airliner. Later In a aeries of chaotic weapon As for "earning dollars autograph but the adult haveto
NbON
The crowd, estimated at forward door set off a massive interviews in a besieged pressroom for Britain" George know what you've been doIng -
AGENCY 8000 to 12000, bent steel shriek from the observation at the airport they displayed commented:, I and what you're going to
217 EAST LEMON ST. LAKEL NDTelephone crash barriers and automobile de c k, where several the humor and non ") didn't know we were sharing do and all that"
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MU 2-7816 .09 PH.TENNESSU 652.4141rn AVI. roofs and prompted an air. hundred fans had camped all chalance that was expected of It out" They Liked Miami
port official to say "There'snever night them. What What did think
.._ were their plans In they of
BATTERIES FOR ALL HEARING AIDS $ ,, ,.ftllft.ft been anything like this Paul was followed by John Asked whether they had a view of the fact that they no Miami?
ae.rsaa c.. 1 Forty girls fainted during the Lennon Ringo Starr and special message for the prime longer topped the hit parade "The sun," Ringo exclaIm.
melee Flowers of welcome George Harrison They were minister. Sir Alec Douglas- here? ed. "I didn't know what it

"Could Go Straight""We meant until I got there."
"Isn't there any sun in Liverpool
could go straight," ?" i
came the reply "No they're finished with
"I think I'd like to try tap it up there."
dancing," one said "Maybe Was it true that they stayedin
comedy on a high wire," ano a millionaire's house In
ther said, Seriously they said Miami?
they would be back In the re "Yes this man called us
cording studios next week. up see, and said 'do you want
They agreed that Americanswere our house, lad?'
"good wild nice and "What did you say?"
foreign" but that the crowd "By gum we do," Ringo
outside was "healthy and replied.


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'tr'l I MILAN Italy (AP) Amerl phony Orchestra," Bloomfield
q can Orchestra Conductor Theodore said
Bloomfield scored a sue The American conductor's
next stop will be Hamburg Germany .
thr. cess Friday night In an Italian
where he will conduct
Radio Symphony orchestra concert -
the State Orchestra Feb 26 and
s highlighted
by a performance -
of Schubert. Seventh 29.

MAAS. r Symphony Bloomfield, leader of the RoChester -'Polk 4-H Team

Philharmonic and the'I
DAYCe.4 x Portland, Oregon Symphony
Orchestra won acclaim from Places SeventhIn

I the music critic of Corriere

Della most Sera valid as conductor.a 'vahdissimo" Stock Event

Two earlier concerts on his
BARTOW The Polk 4. II
tour were cancelled because of
strikes by Italian State Radio- Livestock Judging Team placed
Television Network (RAI) em- seventh in the State Livestock
Judging Contest in Tampa announced
ployes over a new labor contract
SALE Robert L. Hall Jr., Assistant -
Polk County Agricultural
The Milan concert also faced
Agent Thirty team. took
part
r 4 u i the danger of a strike so no in the contest
e
distributed
were to
I programs
: On the Polk team are Kenny
: the audience that filled Milan's Butts of Lakeland and John
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,, I tt Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory Braswell Jerry Clayton and
,Concert Hall '
Roscoe Thornhill of Bartow
MONDAY FEBRUARY 24th '
5 Revision Applauded I The Polk 4-H Team was

1 THRUWEDNESDAY 4;' 'II I I I First came "Aria of the Bat- third high team in beef cattle
tie" by Gabrielli. in a revision judging. Braswell was eighth;;
: FEBRUARY 26th t I by Giorgio f-ederlco Ghedinl, high individual in Judging beef
: which was warmly applauded. cattle Butts was ninth in swine
Ghedinl who attended the concert judging and 11th high individualin
asked to shake hands with the contest as a whole Clay
ton was 18th high Individual.
Bloomfield after the performance
Spring comes In with savings at Maas ., contest The 20 will high compete individuals in runoffsat in the

I The highlight of the evening the University of Florida

: Brothers in every department, on every was Schubert f Seventh which Gainesville, In March. The top
r { brought prolonged applause four In this contest will makeup
a i "It was a pleasure for me to the Florida team which will
floor, in every store during our great Maas'Days ''iL /' conduct the Italian Radio Sym com Dele In rtilrion-----0- .n.vr._n_ .felt_n.
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APPETIZERS

':.1; Oae-H.If G'.fuit.1S Gulf Shrimp Cackrail .11
Chicken" Soup Suprcma-Cup .20

DINNER SUGGESTIONS

l "3"t'; r(r rtR set Reese P,(.... R,b .. '..f, an |lea, .."... 'Idiha Petite,

Burtirid As p.r.ges, Tarsal. Grian Salad . . 215

Smiled Filet af Sia Tress Lemon Softer, liked. Idah. Perete.

r Iicallipid T_....., C,.."' Coll Slaw . . |,|fReeit

Long l.l.nd Duckling, III.'."., C.,,..,../. Dranlnf, ,
\ > 11111114 .."... idaka. Potare, Grim Sugar P...,

r \' CongiiUd. Fruit Salad . . . . |.jj

Rest Lie af Lamb, Mint Jilly, Coked. 'Idiha. Potato,

d I lutt.,." Atparagut, To..... Grain Salad . . . t.65 j
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Pi..15 Chacalat' Macha Cake .20
Pumpkin Pie with whipped. Topping .25
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PROGRESS City Airport report Division on your AS'DAY

Irport -Lakeland Municipal
Airport has recently been ap .
proved for Federal Aviation
Agency matching funds to ref -
f pave the east .
west runwa y
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and the taxi, '
i way serving i ia il It '. outstanding:\ classic design fruitwood finished. ,
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badly of rehabihta In neec, -i:1. : dining room furniture i!: I j.tJiI. ;
: '. '
l tion by bein ; j .: .
used for th : : '.. #
; ,specfalfff pricedSale '. \ ;,
| last 20 yean j I '.

occasion With only a ,our choice 89"9 each II Ieee t s

Patch to keg 'I .
EMERSON .
hm aclv( CHOICE OFi42x58" 1 i riii :
Advertising for bids will go J
out this next month from the oval extension table China IJ4 ::111 ..

City Purchasing Department 58" buffet Set of 6 choirs; 5 side and one arm ''I
All plans and specification ..-
have been prepared with the
help of the City Engineering COMPLETE 9 PC. GROUP sale! I ""-'
Division and the Federal Aviation compare at $550 $388 \

Agency District En The newest in dining room furniture a classic design to odd a touch of lux

!Federal Rineering Aviation Division Agency and' District the. : ury to, your home I Rich fruitwood finish with careful detailing furniture '-

Engineers Office in Miml. styled and sized specially for today's dining area and "e. priced for extra ''1r

savings during this sale event I In IA

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TAXIWAY lighta and guidance j
signs that are part of the
overall project have been installed .
and are operating This -
Installation has proved a real lilt nm r- 11 1
boon to the numerous aircraft
using the airport at night. .
Before the installation of Ii ,
these lights end aigna, It was .-t .
sometimes necessary to lead IJJ,
an airplane in from the run 1 I

lighting way with the auto way. headlights tl tip crisp modern 4-pc. walnut finished,

No longer are we embarrassed .
by such primitive open bedroom group
t ations and besides, the Inherent
danger In such pro
cedure is eliminated compare' at $239 snlc! $179

.
THE NEW restaurant in the I Modern bedroom furniture, with beautifully finished, walnut veneers over
Terminal Building' has provedto hardwood priced for below what. you would expect to pay! Top drawers
be an Instant success It hay vertical groin wood, with concealed drawer-pulls. bottom drawers have
started with eight counter horizontal groin wood, with tmort modern pulls. Group Includes 6-lt dresser,
stools and within several
mirror, 5.drowtr chest, and choice of twin or full me bed
weeks has expanded to a seat
ing capacity of 24 and must l
double this. to take care of I MATCHING EXTRA TWIN BED . . 33.00
the demand. This demand has
been brought on by Increased
activity at the hangars
Without divulging the de
tails of the transaction it can

be told that Air Florida Helicopters _1 _111; n -v- _"" IT! I
has now grown to be
the SECOND LARGEST operators .

United of States helicopters They in will the two styles! beautifully finished

bring some eighty or more
persons to Lakeland. Theyare "Gorham I HJouse" tables
shift to ,
adding a night I'I r "
take care of the maintenance :ry Y
which requires the restaurantto :French or Italian"provincial/ tablet, exception, ,1 compare at 4.95 'td
be open almost all night. 4 +; ally styled and meticulously finished, your .
They have added a $4 payroll to the Hrport and their a terrific value at an almost unbelievable low' i alc! 49.90 each
operations extend from hereto price! French provincial In cocktail, square
lamp, end or commode italian provincial'
the Persian Gulf! 'In cocktail, hostess, round lamp or commode,
The increased business has
made it necessary to enlargethe Man' Furniture
hangar facilities by 20
per cent. New building and I TIR-- ", rI' ,, < k 'Zt1i' { t ;>i _fr [I m I .
will increase the efficiency
paving
of the operations luxurious. dura t Dt le .

installed.Larger fuel Rows storage of helicopters Is being discontinued model sale T beautiful plush-pile

are parked in front of the
hangar awaiting assignmentto save 30 % on a room-size rugs
the maintenance line before
going out to work, Stearns and Foster '" with foam backing

*

ROBERTS' Flying Service mattress OR box spring compare ot 6995snlc
has just completed four new
mahogany panelled, air conditioned
Sit!)
office suites on the formerly 49.95

second floor of their hangar. 9 X I'::-ft. size
offices sorely need
These ed by corporations were maintain sale! 35.00:
executive aircraft, crews A ,truly great buy in a room size rug
ing and administrative personnelat MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING k' luxurious, thick plush pile, of 50,o
the airport. The hangarsare nylon and 50% wool really big saw
overflowing with aircraft Moos Brothers purchased Stearns and ings too'' All edges are finished no
and there Is little available Foster's entire stock of this discontinuedmodel e, extra padding Is needed because the rug
spare left for tie-down on the r I is backed with thick foam rubber, offer
The new "T" hangarsare bedding at tremendous savings
ramp. ing extra-soft cushioning Choose gold,
filled and more hangars now we pass the savings on to you' beige, turquoise green, red, sandalwood
are necessary to take care of Excellent quality bedding, with special ; or leSkp .
numbers of air 1
the growing
craft being based at Lakeland, features to insure lasting shape, and \ + ''_ ALSO AVAUABLIi

more level, healthful, restful support r, f ,t 4 ''v. 12x15' size compare ot 11995, .
/NEW: TENANTS TO arrive Save a big 30% now, during this great 1 sole! $9912x18'
this week are two modified sale event! 'fr s"
Roberta' i size compare at 13995 .
B.)7'a. Flying '
Boeing
Ao sale! $119
Service is doing some _
Also available ; Smooth top mattress or ,
work on them to outfit them. 12x21' size (special order 2-
box
,
$45Maas'
for carlO transportation between spring week delivery* compare at 159,95
I lorida and Latin i .tole! $139
America Bedding
It will be worth while to I Mass' I loor Covering
drive out and see these four-
...
engine long range aircraft at .. [1T 1 lN j r F' J1!; f1
close range Be sure to take
your camera
The kids will love having '
ftr
their pictures taken by the -

yowl wheels which are taller than special low price 5-pc., wrought iron


oriental-design ftiL ., w dining group

Ghana Becomes swivel rattan bar stool compare at 109.95


One-Party Nation Stile! 79.00
specially priced

officially ACCRA became Ghana (a AP-Ghana one-party Stile 2 for 26.88 _r choice of round or r.ctollilulortobl.
-
state today In President Kwame -" Don't miss this special offer! A gracefully

Nkrumah campaign to cleanse styled group in antique white, brushed with
national Socialist elements institutions of "anti- Ideal Florida furniture for your home gold; frosted glass table top; foam cushioned,
w
A bill making Nkrumah Con specially priced! Oriental design swivel bar -- I plastic covered seats in turquoise, gold, persimmon .

vention Peoples* party the only .. or. white Choose 36" round, or30x48'
stool of with self
legal political group in the West tropical.rattan, !levelingtubular
African nation was approved by legs. Choice of 24" or 30" height. rectangular table'
j Parliament Friday and went

\ into effect at midnight. .
Endorsed overwhelmingly at
a national referendum last
I month, the legislation enables Maai Casual Furniture
Nkrumah to fire Supreme Court I
.
tudges for any "sufficient" reason
\ It also makes the flag of NO DOWN PAYMENT. TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY
'l the ruling party the nation's of-j jitUl
( banner < 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE



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_LAKELAND_ LEDGER,_Sunday, Feb. 2J.,. IM4 "-r< ; '/ESb ".arc
... ........ .


Khrushchev Says W. Germany



Worries Him More Than U.S.



MOSCOW (AP)-Soviet Premier thoughts are about Germany, Khrushchev slept well nights so
Khrushchev deeps easilyo During their talks, Khrushchev' far as this group of Western + Y
far as the American are emphasized the peaceful settlement R e(
was concerned
powers
,oncerned an Italian publisher of border disputes It waiirt ;
reported Saturday, but perhaps i that connection that he re. But despite his concern about' + 't, N
c
cusses in his bed thinking about ferred to what he described as I West Germany, he Indicated to r
l
i.ermang the "climate of revanchism' Elnaudi that he felt Konrad Ad

This report about the premlcrs recovery of lost territory in, enauer, the former chancellor,
preoccupations was given West Germany. had finally come to believe }
(o correspondents by Julio El- As to France, the United there was no solution of the Ger.
naudl, I Turin publisher, who States, Italy and England man problem through force, ands .A
spent two hours with Khrushchev Khrushchev told Elnaudl he that Chancellor Ludwig Erhard
Friday. beginning to feel at ease feels the same way

Peaceful Alms *He feels as It he can sleep China Brushed Off
Espoused
!between two cushions," the Ital
As related by Elnaudl, Khru Ian said, using an expressionfrom Evidently the two ranged over
shchev's principal sober his homeland to Indicate many subjects but skipped lightly .
across China In his
-- reportof
the talks, Elnaudl Indicatedhe
,.' STOP Wirrylni. ikiut yiur' hiarlnt! did not press the premier on
any political subject He pursued .

'elOOK',1t'Sonjton..'., jllmmijt.eyitlajj. hearlni ilil" his own ends, trying to FAN OVERWHELMED-Pellet pen t..I1...., ever barrier .
persuade Khrushchev to write
.t tendon Irpert efter the girl cellepted during the crush of lenten
.. LISTEN ti' HJ jupirk firfirmancil 3.F Ills memoirs bend te welceme the Beetle home from their U. S. t...,. So", WELCOMED HOME-The ..."...-.foul McC.rti.ty, John lennon, Georee Hernias end Ring

hear better, look better, li\e better "While to work 1 still for the have people life of I prefer J,ODD fene-90 par cent el them, flrlt" -ewe,med .'0..... the Sc.,,, kit to right.-ere stews .t tendon export ,lIt.d., otter their return from ...., ef U. S. I
my airport .weltlne the errlvol/ ef the ....".t. AP Wlrephote vie.1.eabl. ... Semi 5 000 ihrl.klng' weeplne. tetn-ogon itegod a wild welcome for the ....rtat. (AP Wlre-
and for all
,
Most hearing losses can be corrected the country world' Einaudl peace quoted over from London) phase .1.! cable from London)

with Sonotonc's terrific new eyeglass I Khrushchev as saying as he per.
hearing aid, the TIUNLINE A tran qj' ,slsted In urging him to write,

sistor hcaring aid is built into Sonotone's I Thousands Greet The Beatles: At LondonSfitu I

slimmest, lightest temples. Fits women The Russians trained mongrel
.. "nn.. .n "Inft .100...... u..u 'n" .
's, men"a eyeglass ironis for siynsn -e wv" w t"U" n-r .v. ( \ yor utmre were crusnea ana canes men- tne Liverpool quartet wnose Home, and their parents, Jonn British ana .was and .nates
hearing, seeing. The THINL1NE is so manned space flight. Pedigreed LONDON Thousands of ed. Girls cried as they were British success was capped by said: and friends

good looking your family and friends dogs stamina lacked and resistance.the necessary screaming teenagers welcomed unable to press their gifts on a' two week conquest of the Mum"Hello Alec and hello They said their American" reception
was "fantastic although
will admire your choice. Excl,,< l 'ely atSONOTONE- quering The Beatles heroes home yesterday as con In the singing group United States They said they were flattered American parents

a riotous scene at London airport The Beatles arrived Just Display Humor that the prime minister had seemed a bit "potty" to them.
r5SURAUI BONDS after 8 a.m. The sight of Paul
described "The kids
them as his secret just wart your
Later in series of
a chaotic
HE RND.ON McCartney at the Ilrliner'lforward weapon. As for "earning dollars autograph but the adults have
The crowd estimated at Interviews In
door set off a besieged
a massive press "
for Britain, George to know what you've been doIng -
AGENCY 8000 to 12,000, bent steel shriek from the observa- room at the airport they displayed commented and what
217 EAST LEMON ST. LAKELANDTelephone crash barriers and automobile the humor : I you're going to
tion de c k, where several and non "
,
"I didn't know do and all that
10' I. TENNESSEE AVE.PH. we were char.Jog
roofs and prompted an airport chalance
that
MU 2-7816 611.4141 hundred fans had camped all was expected of It out" They Liked Miami
official to "There'lnever them.
say
'._fttlft.Pl.n night What were their plans In What did they think of
BATTERIES FOR ALL HEARING AIDS $ ";:- 1 been anything like this Paul was followed by John Asked whether they had a view of the fact that they no Miami?
Oa... "'CI.. Forty girls fainted during the Lennon, Ringo Starr and special message for the prime longer topped the hit parade "The sun," Ringo exclaimed .
melee. Flowers of welcome George Harrison. They were minister Sir Alec Douglas- here? "I didn't I "know what it
.
..
"Could Go Straight" meant uniu i got mere.
"Isn't there any sun In Liverpool
"We could "
go straight ?
came the reply "No, they're finished with \
"I think I'd like to try tap It up there."
dancing," one said "Maybe Was it true that they stayed
comedy on a high wire," another In a millionaire's house in
said Seriously, they said Miami?
they would be back in the re- Yes, this man called us
cording studios next week. up, see, and said 'do you want
.. They agreed that Americanswere our house lad?'
"good, wild nice and "What did you say?"
foreign" but that the crowd "By gum we do," Ringo
outside was "healthy and replied.



American Conductor

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DIG THREE DAY STD EWIDE SALE STAnTS TOMORROW Praised By Milan Criticsphony


MILAN Italy (AP) American Orchestra," Bloomfield
Orchestra Conductor Theo laid

J dore Bloomfield scored a success The American conductor's
next stop will be Ham utg. Germany
Friday night In an Italian
Radio where ,he will conductthe
Symphony orchestra con
cert, highlighted by a perform State Orchestra Feb. 26 and
once of Schubert Seventh 29.

IvIAASw Symphony

DAiS a e Bloomfield Philharmonic leader of and the Rochester the Polk 4-H Team

Portland Oregon, Symphony
Orchestra, won acclaim from Places SeventhIn
the music critic of Corriere
Della Sera as a "validissimo" Stock EventBARTOW
most valid conductor.

Two earlier concerts on his
tour were cancelled because of The Polk 4-II
strikes by Italian State Radio- Livestock Judging Team placed
Television Network (RAI) em seventh in the State Livestock
ployes over a new labor con Judging Contest In Tampa announced
SALE tract. Robert L. Hall, Jr., As-
slstant Polk County Agricultural
t The Milan concert also faced
s Agent. Thirty teams took part
the of
strike
danger a so no in the contest.
programs were distributed to
On the Polk
team
are Kenny
the audience that filled Milan's
Butts of Lakeland, and John
Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory Braswell, Jerry and
Clayton
Concert Hall
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24th f k : Roscoe Thornhill of Bartow.
Revision ApplaudedFirst The Polk 4. H Team was
t THRUWEDNESDAY third high team in beef cattle
d came "Aria of the Bat
tie" by Gabrlelll In a revisionby Judging. Braswell was eighth
FEBRUARY 26th Giorgio Federico Ghedinl, high individual in judging beef
which was warmly applauded cattle Butts was ninth in swine
r judging and 11th high individual
s Ghedinl who attended the con
+s y i cert asked to shake hands with in the contest as a whole Clay
ton was 16th high Individual.
Bloomfield after the performance -
Spring comes In with savings at Moos .; The 20 high individuals in the
contest will In runoffs
compete
The of the
highlight evening at the University of
Florida
Brothers in every department, on every was Schubert s Seventh which Gainesville, in March. The top
brought prolonged applause
four in this contest will makeup
"It was a pleasure for me to the Florida team which
floor, in every stpre during our great Maas' will
conduct the Italian Radio Sym compete in Chicago next fall.

Days Sale Look for the special Moos' Days :


Sale Signs and you'll gather shopping bags E

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full of the greatest savings in fashion for ', 1 / "


the whole family and the home. Buy now / I j /// /// / i I @


and save pay later with a Moos Broth / '
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IMPERIAL ROOMMONDAY

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APPETIZERS

'f One-Holf Gropefruit .15 Cull Shrimp Cackle. .t$
Chicken. Soup Supreme-Cup 20

DINNER SUGGESTIONS

Rest Prime Rib .f Beef, e. |I..., eked Idohe! Potoro,

Buttered Aiperegui, Teased Green Sated . . 2.IS

...il.II Filet ef See Trent lemon Butter, .....11 Idoke P, ..e,
iMelloped T_....., C..."' Col. Slew . . t.IIReeit

'... L.... l.l.nd. Dueling. Blgorodo, Cembreed D,...,..,
; Boked Idohe Petete, Creen S...., ,...,

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: }. u Blueberry 'i..n Checelete Moche Celt* .20
Pumpkin Pe with Whipped Topping .25

ALL MAAS' STORES OPEN MONDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 BEVERAGES ,

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DON EMERSON
City Airport Division

PROGRESS report on your
airport Lakeland Municipal
Airport hat recently been ap
proved for Federal Aviation
Agency matching funds to re-
f pave the eas .
west runway
and the taxi. I outstanding classic design fruitwood finished 'adining
way serving It. : .
i These are ; 0 I I _
o' f J. 'j OI"1
\ ;: :.
badly in need : : room furniture ".'. .. J .O ,
..
of {
rehabilita .: to4
.0.. I .' .
t lion by bemused I 0 /, "
.
'
for the : : ., .specially priced .:. ..;
last 20 yean 'l I \ '.
with only an ssf ssfisssi s
oeea.lonalEME 'sae. jour choice S Jp LF earls piece. ,

SON patch to keep .; "
them active : CHOICE Ofi42x58"
Advertising for bids will go 1
out thin next month from the oval extension table China I t.1 i J $
o
All City Purchasing Department e 58" buffet a Set of 6 choirs; 5 side and one arm .
plans and specifications ..
have been prepared with the

Division help of the and City the Federal Engineering Aviation COMPLETE 9PC. GROUP compare ot $550 salel! $388 .

Agency District I I En. The newest in dining room furniture a classic design to odd a touch of lux. ,
Bineering Division and the rt ?
Federal Aviation Agency'DIstrict : Ury to, your home! Rich fruitwood finish with careful detailing furniture 1 Tr- i _

Engineers Office in Mi'ml. styled arid sized specially for today's dining area and..o priced for extra r +'r"

savings during this sole event!I110O (q
4

TAXIWAY light and guidance I 0

signs that are part of the
overall project have been installed
and are operating This
Installation has proved a real
boon to the numerous aircraft
using the airport at night.
Before the Installation of
these lights and signs, It was '
sometimes necessary to leadan '
airplane in from the run. .

lighting way with the auto way. headlight L- crisp modern 4-pc. walnut finished,
'
No longer are we embarrassed 1' "
by such primitive operations bedroom
and besides the Inherent group
danger in such procedure II I

Is eliminated. compare ot $239 salel $179

*

TIlE NEW restaurant In the Modern bedroom furniture, with. beautifully finished. walnut veneers once
Terminal Building has provedto 'j hardwood priced for below what you would expect to pay) Top drawers
be an Instant success It I I hove vertical' grain. wood, with conceoled drawer-pulls. bottom drawers hove
started with eight counter
stools and within several ,. horizontal groin wood, with mart modern pulli Group Includes 6-fr, dresser,
1 mirror, 5-drawer chest, and choice of twin or full size bed,
weeks has expanded to a seating
capacity of 24 and must
I
double this. to take care of ( d MATCHING EXTRA TWIN BED . . . 33.00
the demand. This demand has -
been brought on by Increased
activity a< the hangars.
Without divulging the details
of the transaction it can
be told that Air Florida Helicopters '. *1k\iJ1li ;' f D. .ML
has now grown to be fW 1'W ...I ".: t fi. '. J

the SECOND LARGEST operators .

United of States helicopters They in will the two styles! beautifully finished

bring some eighty or more

persons to Lakeland. They ; "Gorham I ouse" tables
Ire adding a night shift to "i I er.,
take care of the maintenance .
which requires the restaurantto o : French or Itolion"provincial tablet, exception*,' compare at 64.95
be open almost all night. Ip ally styled and meticulously finished/> your
They have added a $400.000 choice of four designs In each style each
payroll: to the airport and their 4 +.a a terrific value at an almost unbelievable, low' sale! 49.99 each
operations extend from here I"w, I Yt price' French. provincial In cocktail. square
to the Persian Gulf I lamp, end or commode Italian. provincial
The increased business has i fl 'In cocktail, hottest, round lamp or commode.

made it necessary to enlargethe Maas' Furniture
hangar facilities by 20 .
per cent. New building and I 1IU. tj. "!fIIII"__ _" ,;.,::Z ... J1B"" lJ: : )! ...- if -- v ]...,
paving will increase the efficiency

of the operations luxurious. durable. .

Larger installed fuel Rows storage of helicoptersare is being discontinued model sale beautiful plush"pilesave

parked in front of the
hangar awaiting assignmentto 30% on a room-size
the maintenance line before rugs
going out to work. Stearns and Foster with foam backing

if
ROBERTS' Flying Service mattress OR box spring
69.95
has just completed four new compare ot

mahogany panelled sir con- sale $Lilsa1eZi.00
ditioned office suites on the formerly r 4995
second floor of their hangar. '
9 al -f t. size
These offices were sorely need -
ed by corporations maintain. .
ing executive aircraft, crews A .truly great buy in a room" sire rug
and administrative personnelat MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING 'luxurious, thick plush pile, of 50.
the airport. The hangarsare i nylon and 50% wool really big, savings
overflowing with aircraft Moas Brothers purchased Stearns andFoster's '. tool' All edges ore finished; no
and there Is little available entire stock of this discontinuedmodel t- ....... *! extra padding Is needed because the rug
space left for tie-down on the A. ..... : is backed with thick foam rubber, offering .
ramp. The new "T" hangars bedding ot tremendous savings, ;- '44 extra'soft' cushioning
are filled and more hangarsare now we pass the ""savings on to you' beige' turquoise; green, red, sandalwood,
necessary numbers to take care of aircraft of Excellent quality bedding, with special, """"- : nt+, or blue
the growing
.x ,
; being based at Lakeland features to insure lasting shope, and "''_ ALSO AVAILAILIi

if if more I level', healthful, restful' support. '; ,. ,et,. '12x15' size compare ot 119.95. .
NEW TENANTS TO arrive Save a big. 30% now, during this great >A+ Y sole! $9912x18'
this week are two modified sale event'. g z .
Boeing B-17'*. Roberts' Flying r size ,ompo..otI39.95. .
sale! $11912x21
Service is doing some
Also available,: Smooth top mattress or t
work on them to outfit them size I (special I order
box '
between spring $45 .
tot transportation 159.95Molas'
cargo Florida: and Latin week delivery) compare ot
sole! $139
'
America Bedding >.
It will be worth while to I / Maas' Floor Coverings
drive out and see these four-

engine long range aircraft take at ..t: -11IT II -" mil ..... l 1 _. JOn
dose range. Be sure to
your camera.
The kids will love having
their pictures taken by the

>wheels oul which are taller than special low price Jtj 5-pc. wrought iron


oriental-design dining group

Ghana Becomes swivel rattan bar stool
compare at 109,95specially

One-Party NationACCRA 5' i v sale 79.00

priced I ,

officially ,became Ghana (a AP-Ghana one-party sale! 2 for 2C. tt choice of round or rectangular fob!.

state today in President Kwame S Don't miss this special offer! A gracefully

Nkrumah's campaign to cleanse styled group In antique white, brushed with
national institutions of "anti Ideal Florida furniture for home "
your -- frosted table foam cushioned
gold glass
Socialist elements." ? ; top; ,
A biU making Nkrumah Con specially priced! Oriental design swivel bar plastic covered seats in turquoise, gold, persimmon .
vention People party the only or.white Choose 36" round, or30x48"
stool of
tropical rattan, with self leveling
In the West
legal political group
.. rectangular fableMaai' .
tubular Choice 24"
African nation was approved by legs. of or 30" height. -

Parliament Friday and went .i
\ into effect at midnight .
. Endorsed overwhelmingly atJ _;
a national referendum last
,J month the legislation enables Casual Furniture
Nkrumah to fire Supreme Court. ,
judges for any "sufficient" reason
It also makes the flag of NO DOWN PAYMENT. TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY
the ruling party the nation's of j
Ii' fld.ol banner I 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE

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/- LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. 23, IMt ". Where Seldom Is Heard A Discourogin' Word, TalentHuntingFor

And Our Allies Ain't Nasty All Day. ."


I'' LEDGER EDITORIALSA I t GovernmentNo




Part-Time JobBy




$400,000 Primrose PathThe JAMES RESTON ,

10 Pieta \.IcrkElmaWASHINGTON : i

Every

dictatorial decree of a state sur- Only the politically naive will be- i president s I nee Franklin
Roosevelt has complained that
vev team that a junior college must be lieve other than that the cities of Bar- he could not find and keep
,
built on a single site designated by the tow, Auburndale, Lakeland and Lake enough talent to work for the

state is an affront to the citizens and Wales, which submitted site offers in 'iqiit federal government and President
..
faith and under the belief that Johnson it now going
the school board of Polk County.A good A
through the same routine,
majority of the school board, the decision on the location of the junior t ,r. ..' His answer to the problem

elected by the taxpayers of Polk County college would be made on the basisof ) .w has been to appoint a distinguished

was told that the junior college will facts-and in the best interests of historian Dr, Eri?

be located at a golf course in Winter the students and the students onlybyPolk F. Goldman of Princeton, to
x serve a* a part-time consult
that state funds will be County people for Polk County
Haven, or no ant to assure a flow of fresh .v
forthcoming for the educational insti people were not led down a primrose minds and ideas to Washington -
and Dr. Goldman is now
tution. path having a foundation of double-
calling for ideas.

This was the high-handed edict issued talk. One Idea that mIght be con "

, to the elected officials of Polk That the reasons cited by this survey sidered is that this whole \ :
project Is too serious and important JAMES REASONgovernment
County last week by a team headed by team for locating the junior college I 4 / to be handled on a

Dr. James Wattenbarger, of the State only at Winter Haven are as artificialas will part-time go on basis.teaching Dr.and Goldman writ seas. at homejind over-

Department of Education in Tallahassee. a three-dollar bill are obvious to nil Ing, and running a television One result of this. la that a

the taxpayers of Polk County interested : program, and serve the President great many talented! men and
\ on the side. This is as women in America are never
This was the edict handed down despite in locating a junior college for stu : : M'h4 good an illustration as any of even considered for.the public

what's wrong with the whole service, partly because they
the publicly and privately expressed .
dents.We a ., program of recruiting talent are too modest to* come forward -
request by a majority of the believe, however, that one specific lytx 0e for the public service. on their own. and pan.

school board members that the state recommendation of Dr, Walten.barger' -_t.,._.- _- ...-_ The foreign service and the ly because they would not
know how to apply if they
civil service do recruiting .
survey team approve several or more team of so-called( expert and the armed services put wanted to.

sites and leave the final decision on the should be lifted up for all 'of the tax. .- Top jobs are now filled primarily .

location of the college to the elected payers of this county to see, and see : the because somebody in
government knowing of
Was1 lngtQlI a
officials of Polk County. most clearly. vacancy, suggest somebody
This the recommendation Voice of the PeopleThis else he knows or has heard!
Incredible as it may seem, this survey was that, some recruiting jingles on the about Or the national com.

team, or Dr. Wattenbarger, cited BO that the golf course would prove' radio but every large corporation mittees of the two parties, al.

various questionable reasons why the adequate for the location of a junior and every major professional ways on the hunt for jobs,
Is The Ledger's Opinion Page oj school had to be located at Winter Ha- college, the school board purchase a ball organization in America devoted and defeated candidate .

t () scouts the available talent who may or may not be
40-acre
\en. BUT THE ONLY IMPORTANT orange grove in Winter Haven This cditorM pep ...*.. she _(,.,.''. .*. .,jlll.". ea imrtMr .f c...... !.*.*..* ta .... more carefully than the fed competent.DR. .

REASON FOR THE LOCATION OF at a cost of possibly $400,000. .4Mwf 1 il Mmi. It tejm the .,I"..... .f ntttn in .... V.k. .! the f...>. Cchmi. Icttws ..... eral government.ONE .

o COLLEGE SERVING THE It is hardly to that .. .It.... .... .... the writer. ..4..... but MITIM win N wit..... ..,.* ........ A letter ......1. M* GOLDMAN'S operationcan
ANY necessary say ....) 250 w"ri, .*4 ,...., c. iwt t. ...... Tk. ........ rturvM t.. riche to Whet! any letter .* RESULT, for example help enlarge the list of
NEEDS OF STUDENTS-WAS COMPLETELY the cost of acquiring the orange grove .h.,." is.Oplahas.ieelwashM.ad.sh.e c............ .,,.., .b.wlMr. ... tktt Ml- Is that President Johnson has talented potential public sere

IGNORED BY THIS TEAM would be paid by the taxpayers of Polk just assigned Sargent Shriverto ants. It can help mobilize
Before accepting the plan, in the morning and prevent command the war on poverty Ideas In the Intellectual com-
OF SO-CALLED EXPERTS! County, although other sites ,for the Merchant other meetings were held by others from parking the rest In the United States in munity of the nation, and, as
school offered without cost were rejected addition to running the Peace Robert Sherwood and Archibald !
the merchants to discuss the
I of the day. Also revenue
It has been very apparent since the by those Intent on locating the Gives View pros and cons and V Iron out must be derived from the Corps sillier overseas than expecting which Is even Dr. MacLelsh Improve the did for quality Roosevelt. of

first mention of a junior college that college at Winter Haven. any might"bugs"develop.that Many* thought hours parking lots. The real estate Goldman to mobilize the presidential speeches. But this

Austin T. Race Jr., chairman of the We believe that the school board EDITOR During the past of discussion resulted and the they are on is of high brains of the country In his is not likely to touch the larger .
few weeks a letter or two hm present plan evolved after value and paving and maintenance spare time. pool of talent In business,
school board and I a resident of Winter should reject the virtual ultimatum appeared In this column writ- much consideration of all the does not come for This Is an Immense job. It labor and agriculture, whoso

Haven, was determined to locate the handed down to the citizens of Polk ten by irate citizens concern- problems.The Involves for example, a seri abilities might prove highly
useful to the
t ous review of the antiquated government service
school only in Winter Haven. County by Dr. Wattenbarger and his Ing the Downtown Merchants merchants are the first free.By the same token don't conflict-of-interest laws, which .
Park and Shop plan. I won to admit that the plan does anyone believe for one minute barrier the This larger Job
i The record indicates that Race has associates.We not satisfy all the shoppers. are a major to re- probably
der If these people have given that the parking Is free cruitment of talented men and cannot be done without cooperation
consistently had the support of Ralph believe that the school board There I* no plan that woulddo
at the
oat as much as a small,fractionof that. Downtown Lakeland shopping centers. women. It Involves reviewingwith between the federal
Durrance, board member of Ft. Meade, least the majority members, should thought to the problem as' has just so much available Those acres of valuable real the universities their government and the states,
estate sad asphalt and landscaping rules which force Each'' with the
'faculty governor cooperation
and Shelley S. Boone, of Winter Haven, conduct a thorough investigation 'on the Downtown Merchant*' parking make those spaceWe must did not com for free members to choose between of the mayors the

Polk County school superintendent. why the citizens pt.Polk County retold have. I am one of those par u many shoppers spaces availableto as pos either. The shopping center serving the country and losing lawyers the editors and the
tlcipaHng merchants to the merchants pay for It through their teachers of
job-security or ten his state, could
It might be well to point out that that they would accept the golf plan and we are the first to limit sible. for Hence curbside the one hour their rent, which overhead, ure after a certain length of put together a roster of talented .

Boone Was elected to supervise the course site or receive no state funds realize that a parking problem That we feel. should parking.be sufficient and any business overhead time. men and women in his
exists and an attemptwas must be for
paid by somebody
schools cf the county-not to become a all for for the quick stop Beyond this. It probably own state complete with a
at construction of a junior college made to correct it. and that somebody Is record of experience and
means national
who compiling a
prime promoter of the junior collegeor The present plan was not two shopper small purchases makes or one or the purchaser, through the roster of talented men and skills, and this In turn couldbe
dreamed up by a few menchants pays increased costs of the Items the effort
to decide that the institution was to over a five-minute a bill. If more than an hour lie buys. women who have special a starting point in
cup
qualities of character and to improve the qualityof
is needed the parking lots
be located In Winter Haven. We believe that the majority mem of coffee. Considerable time are available and the merchants Some say they don't pay mind and certain language or public service in the states

We believe that Boone needs to bers should make it explicitly clear to and the research parking went problem.Into solving This pay one hour parkingfee for the parking directly and administrative skills hat as well as In the nation.
if they don't feel it. That mightbe might be made available to The bar association now
of dollars
a purchase two -
make a number of explanations about Dr. Wattenbarger that he is a noneelected effort was started in midsummer or more .Is made. true, but just don't, be so the public service. helps the President In screening
of 1963. An
this whole junior college situation to official of the State Department the parking problem.experton of So if a person comes down naive as to say you don't appointments to the fed.
pay any more so than some THE FEDERAL eral judiciary. Johnson has
the people of Polk County.The of Education. And it should also be big cities was invited to conduct town to shop he actually gets think that trading stamps are Is now able, for example government to recently been searching for
free
parking paid the
a of the Lakeland by merchant
foremost explanation is why made explicitly clear the source of all problem survey and his. expert and or a free bus ride. free. You pay for those, too. run millions of selective service ways of getting similar helpIn

who all of the bills for qualified advice (Merchants Issue stamps for So, to sum it up, if anyone cards through a computerand finding talented appointeesfor
the people pay state funds-needless to say, la the tax the merchants at was given to these parking lot and bus ride has a better Idea to solve find out In a few minutes the regulatory agencies.At .

the/ operation of the schools of Polk payers of this county and all of the held at that time. a meeting payments) downtown parking, so everyone where there is a young American the same time, he is lookIng .
Is then who can take apart a jet for 50 talented women to
happy, RUN /
led to believe that this There Is solution Some
County were other counties no perfect people scream "Take
DON'T WALK to the Down. engine or speak Swahili. ButIt take top jobs In Washington
"
to parking problem. The out the.meters
survey team would approve various Webelieve the members of the any altogether. town Merchants Association has no comparable way of but all this Is more than one
plan suggested was It's not that
a plan
locations, and that the final decision school board should Insist that they Intend that succeeded in 42 other has shown simple.that all Experience day- They will love you.RAYMOND talents knowing necessary who has to the serve special the busy tackle professor at Princeton can In help his I

would rest in the hands of the school to carry out their responsibilities cities In the United States. parkers grab the spaces early ZIEGELE civilian departments of the spare time.

board. to the taxpayers of Polk County to direct -

This was the exact situation until it the operation of the public schools

became apparent to Race, Durranceand at the local level, without bowing downto Separate Compartments Of The Baker Case'I IBy

Boone that the majority membersof decrees from non-elected officials at

the school board-Wendell H. Wat. Tallahassee.And .
ARTHUR KROCK quiry has been conducted until after the
son, Mrs. Dora Cox Phillips and E. C. believe that the school presidential ficient prima facie evidence poenaed. The Republicanscould
we
without to
Jf.fatforatTlmr.WASHINGTONThe grant Baker's counsel election In November, the political that the senate submit the record move that the Senate
(Gene) Head were going to vote to locate board should ask.Thomas D. Bailey, IssuesIn of "the right to cross and ethical factors can to the department of justice recommend this to the depart
the junior college where it would the elected state superintendent.of education the case of Bobby Baker examine adverse witnesses" still develop into tangible Republican as a violation of the stat ment, and. if rejected by
are divided into three and amid charges "formulated
parts issues.
campaign If
ute. the
best serve the needs of the students of to look into all of the circumstances the constitutional the politicaland on an ad hoc basis" in testimony or Senate the majority department declines either the Senate or the department
have the substance
this county.We involved in this almost unbelievable the ethical. Last week taken In private and TITLE 18 (203) of the U.S. drags its feet Into November, of a campaign Issue in another
believe that Boone, who is now junior college site selection Edward! Bennett Williams In public. Code prescribes a fine and/or the Republicans will have the form.
counsel for the former secretary imprisonment for any govern makings of a campaign Issue.
situation. But in event the Baker
re-election the any
seeking as superintendent
of the Senate Democratic MOREOVER said Williams, ment employe who "directlyor In his letter to the subcommittee
case
has revived
already public
of schools for ALL OF POLK If the day has arrived when Talla- majority, effectively separated the subcommittee is committing indirectly receives, or Williams proposed thatif concern over the ethics in

COUNTY should explain exactly what hassee can dictate to local school authorities the first compartment from a legal "Impropriety" in agrees to receive, or asks, the department will "permit government. Whether this will
the other two. But the affair subpoenaing documents relating demands, solicits seeks
or
took place, between Winter Haven and ; if the day has arrived when any Baker to take pre-trial depositions operate against the 1964 Dem
has to
created political potentialsand a pending civil suit compensation for any services of witnesses in subsequent
Tallahassee, that led to the arbitrary the interest of students becomes secondary ethical Issues which cannot for damages against Baker rendered or to be rendered judicial proceedings any whether ocratic ticket depends In on.

decision announced by Dr. Watten to behind-the-scenes manipulations be so neatly packaged.The by a company which accuses either by himself or brought against him" he are Republicans also Involved government in

barger in complete disregard of the of educator-politicians, then grounds on which! Williams him of diverting Its service another" The Republican would reconsider the refusalto subsequent devel o p men t s.
based his client's re- contract to a company in subcommittee minority could furnish
the
wishes of the majority of the membersof sorry days indeed have come to FlorIda fusal to furnish! the senate which Baker was financially urge, on the ground of suf the documents subcommitteewith it sub vous Some, too.among them seem ner
the school board. interested. And "simultane
,
-I i1 ously Williams asserted

1"l: lj{ IC ; "th F.B.I. and the Internal
? Revenue Service have been
A THOUGHT Is like leaven which a woman took and hid In three measures of meal, 'till Potomac
conducting Independent In.vesttgatlons" FeverBy
it was all leavened -Luke iS:21.LAKELAND: i. .
subcommittee with "certain of Baker's activities
records documents and me (Including the secret
moranda" of his dazzling and "unlawful" installation ofan
FLETCIIER KNCBEL
career as a financial enter. electronic tap which pickedup
I LEDGER preneur appear to be impregnable conversations over the The Supreme Court rules for new congressional districts on a "one man,
to a successful senate phone and also In the room). one vote" principle.. One man one vote except in Chicago where the rule is
contempt arraignment of Ba If these result In prosecution still one Democrat, two votes.

(KUDU!* IMT) COWLM III.ru,1 ker for this particular action. government attorneys Williams *
Imperial I I Polk County ........MM.."., JOHN".""'.Na.a.LON.. .,..... 'eW.",. That judgment was expressedby contended, would be "In
tl lMl CLOV' NaNN. .... M.naM lawyers with experience in the unfairly advantageous position The U.S cuts Guantanamo'l water pipelines to Cuba Is this a case of
World's Citrus Center -v. : rl Jfd ::\l;:: the procedures of congressional of having all (Baker's) cuttingoff the hose to spite the base

I ..." ......_. inquiries; and by a sub defense material before trial." *
committee member. Senator It would appear from recent
Cooper of Kentucky with Supreme Court decisions involving Eisenhower signs up as a political TV commentator. All the Republican
The LEDGER'S telephones : All Deportments-686-1151 special reference to Baker's an issue of Individual candidates like Ike but not all are sure they'll like Ike at the mike.

stand on the Fifth Amend rights that a senate contempt *
ment. citation of Baker for refusal
SUBSCRIPTION
RATES In citing that, plus the first would not survive a judicialtest. No wonder Ed Sullivan seldom smiles. Any guy who's assaulted by The
On Y.., . . $20.10 On. M.n h $1.7 fourth and sixth amendments, But that prospect does Beatles three weeks In a row must find the world no laughln matter.

Sli Month $I 0.40 W..k . . Williams characterized the not clear the affair of the political *

Thru Menthe $ S 20 Ju4.y Only' Y.., . .$1.10 subcommittee inquiry: as a"legislative potentials and ethical
trial"I of Baker, Issues raised by Baker's lu Senate probers demand that Bobby Baker produce his records. Watt I
and hence an "unwarranted crative activities In businesswhile minute Ian t It pretty well established that Baker
all those
'u.n.h.4 .ff.,...."l ..e.t $.tnrd., end .n s.."..., "morninf ky L.ktl.ftd. N.w... .' Cr... intrusion of the legislative he was I senate em playing records some time ago? Rave away long'
l.k.lnd, Ff.id.' MI02 branch Into the proper function ploye. And even though as Is *
of the judiciary." probable the slow pace of the *

He supported the characterization law will prolong disposal of The Supreme Court has a new name for the House of
Representatives
by noting that the In. the civil suit against Baker The House tiC Mlsrf'prf'It'ntatives.A ,


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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb 23. ,Ml ..,'MOML
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I 195 Candidates Qualified In State A FEB. 24thTHROUGH

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By DOUGLAS STARR Other*-Senate and Public Utilities -lature to change the year or other office may succeed themselves 29th ONLY!
TALLAHASSEE (AP) By Commission-were for four. election of state official to a I
week1 end 195 candidate qualified -year term And till others- year when the President and The House of Representatives 1
for;, executive, legislative Supreme Court justice and district -vice president are not elected. remain a constitutional two-'
I and Judicial office up for grabs and circuit judge-were for After 'this two-year term, the year office. ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
In
the
May prlmarje. 'six-year terms. governor and Cabinet officer
Some of the offices-governor. The two-year term for governor -return to four-year terms. The The qualifying period end at %
noon March 3. Primaries will be
Cabinet and House of
Representatives and Cabinet officers cameas governor elected to a twoyearterm 20
S and 28. The election
May general
-were for I
two-year term an effort by the 1963 Legis may seek re-election. Ally I.I Nov. 3. Jr ,

/ National committeemen and
national committeewomen and
delegates to the party national .
.1 conventions are elected duringthe .Penneys:

,, May 26 second primary. This
y t i.I done to hold down the size of

, ( the ballot already long becauseof ...".'.
the numerous state and county
I offices.So .

far six Democrat and one

republican, qualified for governor % new/; spring

The' Democrats are Mayor '
{ -
Haydon Burn of Jacksonville
former senator Fred O. Dickinson k
of West Palm Beach, Mayor
Robert King High of Miami rA's / r
Rep. Fred Karl of Volusia County
I p t, Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakelandand
Sen. John Mathews of Jack
sonville. The Republican I I. Ken
Folk of Orlando.

Kynes Opposed -

w. Of the six: Cabinet members' : .

,.. i t a pw rr qualifying for re-election only I rwr"
+ Atty. Gen. James Kynes drew
.aM.rr rrC an opponent. Rep. Earl Fair I
acJ cloth of Dade County qualified
for the post
r I
Other Cabinet officer qualifying (
were Secretary of State Tom '
" Adam, Treasurer Ed Larson p 1C r' )

,i. Comptroller Ray Green School
t Supt. Tom Bailey and Agriculture -
Commissioner Doyle Conner

r SENATOR HOLLAND QUALIFIES $.... Sp.ii.r4 Holland of B.rtow Florid senior U. S. S.... W/
.tor and 0 Lunch Domocrot fills out qualifying p Port to start Mi cm .if n for 0 fourth torn ,In Three supreme court justices' r\ )
I W..hl".to". Aceoptint tho qualifying papers sad fto ,It Mr. Dot GUn.... Supervisor of Elections qualifying were Chief Justice E.
I In tho Secretary of Sto..'. office ,In Tallahoiio. AP WlropkotolPolities' Harris Drew former chief jusice '
B. K. Robert and JusticeRichard
'FIRST EVER
Ervin. TIME p.nn"y'( rtducti ,,1m on .ur k..t
J Two of the seven justice t v ..lIi". tp.rttwoor beta y.rd and the ..I.... are terrificup and saw okotd .f tko
Gain Sports' Loss came up for election. st'Btsl'l it ....0.. save moro than you thought p..sible' on Ptnn.y'i Own quality d..."...
: qualified to seek election to the ,,,,, 'n .Milcloth' Don RI..,'. popular' Donitort Hare are top Spring, porttrnt, e..turas'a
unexpired term of Justice Glenn'errell II pie colors and ..ow. for a llmltod time only' th.,',. tic hid 20% OFF ,."".,'.
I who died last month.)i Iroody low. low prlcn SHOP EARLY I

Phils Tried To Sign Up Holland Jov.Srvin.. .Ferris Bryant appointed I, : -

Public Utilities Commission COTTON DENIM SOLIDS, MANY COLORS!

Editor' note Another campaign cal observer by working 15 to exception of one small reduction Chairman Ed Mason qualified" th is Lots of colors in a perennial favorite with new

for governor of Florida li '18 hour a day, and he beat the of $25 million." for the a three second seats term.was Only up for one elccion. of- \ quality features machine washable San 47c
under way. Six men who held 'veteran Claude Pepper 408,804 Holland and his wife / '
the for % forized, quick drying easy ironing! Fabulous
' the highest office In the staff to 321,377.
I mer Mary Groover, have four 59e yd. NOW 0
still and Legislative Seal buy reg.
are living actively par.I Pushed For Park children and 13 grandchildren.
Iklpatlng In public affair Herela I I Both their ion practice law in In the Legislature, 125 House A
I another Installment In a aeries During his years as state senator Florida. and 22 of the 43 Senate
seats COTTON DENIM STRIPES, CHECKS,
and Holland had m\ r"I'c
of In which
Sunday dories their governor for election. The other I e
administrations are reviewedand worked for establishment of the, Bird Watcher were half of up the Senate run on alter GC v PLAIDS! patterns 'n colors to inspire many a

th* career of each li everglades Park In Washington, Senator and Mrs. Holland nate election year to maintain fashion outfit or decorating approach! Machine
brought up to date. he cosponsored laws to make fInal share the hobby of nature study an overlapping membership. I 2 washable, Sanforized11 colored to coordinate SSe
its boundaries and and bird
acquire watching, spending ai .
Of the total 60 representativesand
land for the national .' 0 with our solids! reg. 69c yd. NOW
By GENE PLOWDEN great parkAs much time a* possible in the rural 14 senator were among (the
BARTOW (AP) If Spessard a member of the appropriations area of Virginia and Mary,, 138 candidate. : / '
committee, he has workedto land near the capital. Both are .
Lindsay Holland had not gone Of that total, 35 represents- i PENNEY'S QUALITY FULL SAIL PRINTS,
into politic, he might have include Florida project, the authorities on the subject and: ive* and 6 senator had no op-
succeeded Connie Mack a* man latest being $1 million to start have records of bird songs position. Cry 'a SOLIDS! Penney's famous cotton sailcloth .
ager of the old Philadelphia Athletics -'work on the cross-Florida barge Holland also la recognized as, Other candidates ought (the crease resistant machine washable little or Cno
63
for it wa Mack who offered canal. an expert on Florida history and.I. office of district court of appeal ironing! A host of solids plus new prints for
him a contract a* a baseball I Holland' foes have accused has an Impressive personal library judge circuit Judge, state attorney yd.
79c NOW
Spring yd.
on the subject He ale" reg.
pitcher. He turned it down. him of casting "Republican and public defender.
votes." He the Dem like to hunt and fish when h e! Sen. Holland. l>
Holland born at Bartow July opposed .. Spessard -
10. 1892 lettered In football ocratle-sponsored (20 Income tax can get away from his Washington Fla, qualified for his fourth 1 DAN RIVER'S DANSTAR PRINTS, SOLIDS!
duties and maintain hii I .
in 1955 and he
cut helped term.
baseball, basketball and trackin push 0i'
home in Bartow where he annually .. tik'' Popular color-coordinated 'n solids in
prints a
college and graduated magna through the Taft-Hartley labor Four of the state' 12 congresional : H
cum laude at Emory in 1912. law I make." a "report to the! representatives qualified.I : ? A, combed cotton with lots of class machine C
home folk 78
He received his law degree at Serve A* Advisor He has announced he will seek They were Rep. Charles Ben. x 6 wash 'n wear little or no ironing, crease re
nett D-Fla., of the 2nd District;;!
Florida in 1916 after teaching
school at Warrenton, Ga., for Early in the Truman administration reelection this spring, and it was Rep. Sydney Herlong, D-Fla? of "4 sistant! Stock up today! reg. 98c yd. NOW yd.
two year. he voted with most other generally a. u m e d that he the 5th District; Rep. James!' p
He qualified for a Rhodes Democrats but split with would. Even approaching 72 Haley, D.Fla., of the 7th; and,
Scholarship but World War 1 them on the Taft-Hartley law most observers agree he will be Rep. Sam Gibbons D-Fla., ofj OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT 'til 9 p.m.Penney's .
broke out and he came out of fought Truman's civil rights hard to beat.Manager's. the 10th. James King of Cocoa,'
bill and worked to keep the minimum I for I
qualified the llth District
the Army Air Corps as a captain
wage coverage off the retail -
with the Distinguished
industry. He also Seat
opposed
Service Cross for extraordinary
raising minimum wages for mi-
heroism. grant farm workers from 61 to Shakes DenialHe Penney's
Completing 3rd Term 95 cent an hour. eft
ntt11 has something
Holland now is serving his Holland was one of the first ouui'i
18th year as U.S. senator from ,congressmen to support the Is 'Stooge'MIAMI 'em. new for the
Florida climaxing a public career -bung Americana for Freedomand got .
that began when he became la a member of Its national (AP) At a heated men .
prosecuting attorney for hiS ,advisory board. He was a leader public hearing on expansion v the
home county of Polk back in ,in passing the Tidelands Act. of a Florida Power & Light Co. SUMMER
which restored to the tales plant. county manager Irving ,
1919.Elected county judge in 1920, I heir property rights in the submerged Mcnayr leaped to his feet to fun-derful TRIO ,
he served eight yean, then was j coastal belts lying withIn ,deny a charge that he was a ,
chosen state senator, an office I their boundaries. power company stooge. fun SEERSUCKER
he held for another eight year Holland is widely known as a When he sat down he apparntly wigs .
He was high man in the field conservative j and he works toget was confused He cat in
of 11 candidates during the 1940 I appropriations for Florida the lap of McGregor Smith Yttj all thewags -r
gubernatorial campaign and defeated ;Recently he reminded constitu- FPL board chairman. SUITS
Francis P. Whitehair In ants j that cutbacks in military
love'h
the second primary 272,718 to I appropriations would not affect I Campl.taINSURANCE.
206.158. I oases in his state. I with contrasting
Four constitutional amendments Discussing the foreign aid bill y ,fi
SERVICI: .; and matching f
went into effect duringthe i in a recent new letter, he reposed -
Holland administration a I LanIer Upshaw, pants ,
change in the gasoline tax law "I have voted for all the reductions Inc. =i =
strengthening the county road I made to date with the Ml e. TM... ._ ..*. M4-I1I1

bond structure; lowering the Intangible -
ta( ceiling from 5 to 2

mills; providing for a shortened LOSING $25
period during emergencies to
amend the state constitution i ,1 '
and creating the Game and YOUR u
Fresh Water Fish Commission.'i
The teacher retirement system A suit for the men qt r r w

was inaugurated and appropriations PANTS I that's refreshin g I y fs
for free textbook Lon u .f = new and delightfully "kG
were doubled. The number of' ',Er cool of Goley Cr Lord xd
highway patrolmen I wa increased your dacron polye s tel tt s P ''
.
I % Witty what. .1 the and cotton seersuck I tf
Balances
Left er. Grey or cloy .
Despite the fact that World INCOME f way girls go for 'em, boys sizes 36.42 regular ; w
War II broke out a few months TAX beg for'em and their folks a '. "q
after Holland took office on that'< +
1941 and despair! But. it's all part f
cold dreary Jan. 7, f<
was still going on when he went Mara Ifs ..- raw tad .' of being young and in on 7

out four years later substantial Mm 'n W.IUIIMI. VMIMM things right now! Come F
balance were left in the general .... .... vn
mar a m M 01-
I d.
fund and the state road fund. getyour hairy, scary t
O. Andrew did ..... -..,..... taw. ; .a
not Sen.seek Charles renomination in May .tta* r.... why ... ..>.. 11m $5 swinging ring-a-ding. I ,

1946, and Holland won the Dem-, I* to owe ......t ...... Wl3 .dinging wig be the t ,

ocratic nod over three others j '''- t.... .... _". .... first pair in your crowd to
When Andrew died the follow It ...w .. 1011101 UP have 'em. 1j' yI t
ing September Holland was appointed ,
Senator by Gov. Millard 4

Caldwell. I gwrenae'-,....GUAUNTUWo ,..,.,.ti.. of ..." ... ,Horn. Itw only
He won in the general election) nets any cows then awl yes any ,...1" or l.In.N ..... I i iiTL
of Nov. 1946 and was reelectedin wI II., s'.. ....Iy or ,I.te.....
1952. If anyone had the idea
that Holland was a stand-offiahl!

schoolteacher type that impresjsion i 298 .
campaign.was blasted during the 1958! HiR3I.CXSJH: CO.N .

Holland was 66 years old at .t>M'i Cartel Tn.1... ..* Offi.M ..... tut U*,
the time but he plunged Into the
106 WEST WALNUT ST.
CHARGE IT !
most vigorous campaign of his
career. He wore out many of his Wnkfcyi 9 A.M. I* 9 P.M., Sit sad Son '.5. 'h. 616.1951

young aides and astounded polit-, rues P."QO, .P'OINT.aNT .call.ay




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Thanat Khoman,
KUALA LUMPUR. Malays!I swung from a hostile, view of
(AP-fresh hooting on Borneo Malaysia toward a mediatorial

said be thought the case, conference, then flew off to Lo led Malaysia to broadca t The accusations of lessenedhopes role, Hew to Indonesia for a
charges Saturday of a half-dor- for a resumption peace
of Panamanian-American dif state visit and talks with Prei.
la
Angeles to make a speech, ;) ministers -
Indonesian violations of thl i that foreign
en
cultles I. something the OAS a wreath and welcome Johnso negotiations Indonesia and Ident Sukarno, who stlH vows to
Jan 26 cease-fire arranged b], of Malaysia,
can solve to fiesta In the crush the federation.
a arena
sports ;U.S. Atty Gen. Robert F. Kennedy the Philippines launched earlier
Meetings Held which Mexico was staging I ir this month at Bangkok, Thai' They are to begin formal talks
,
honor of the American Prei Tuesday on Bali.CollegeGroup.
The Mexican and America dent. Prime Minister Tu'nku Abdu'I Iland.

executives met Friday and Sa The President and Mrs. Johnson Rahman's government an,_ Two Incidents had developed
urday at a conference table In left later by plane fur Los puPw k- '5M nounced It has sent protests te I in quick succession within Sara
the United States, to U.N. Sec,. wak, one of the two Borneo
this desert resort. At the start c r Angeles and the fiesta of music! ,
his administration Johnson had< singing and dancing. retary-< eneral U Thant and te I. states of the British-supported federation. To Be HeardIn
laid he had wanted to meet They decided to spend another Thailand's foreign minlst.. anti-Communist Malaysian

Concert HereThe
- night and part of Sunday In spokesmansaid

: t!! ( ;:. i warm Palm dry Springs air and enjoying sunbhine the be- i&L IL 'At U.S. Envoys A Indonesia terrorists government killed believed two Malaysian backedby Parks and Recreation '

fore returning to Washington. Department will present
the
thxlr officers and wounded
promptly with leaders of the police
Seek To Cut In the Bau district Sandpipers of Florida Presby.
two great neighbors to the north she Friday night in
terlan College a concert
and south, and this he now has IJ miles from the border at t
JohnsonTo the city audItorium'at
31: ;
of Indonesian Borneo.
done. Cuban Trade
o'clock this afternoon. The con'k
The final work session was 1 1a in Raiders described as uniformed -
penthouse suite at a swank Ask Aid Indonesians killed a cert is free. and open\ to the *I

hotel where Lopes Mattel letup U.S. aid to these countries thaJ1 I British marine corporal and public. \
headquarters. Johnson was to cut down on the shipping tc I wounded four men of his patrol Next week the department ,'
invited in for breakfast and be Be Cut Backnumber h* :j Castro." Thursday night In'the coastal will present the Florida South- \

hiked most of the way from a U.S. diplomats are carryingout 1 : Lundu region also 15 miles ern College Concert Band at 3 '' ,
mountainside residence loaned of countries which haven negotiations in Rabat, Ma-, from the border. o'clock at the auditorium. ,

him for the weekend by real > receiving foreign aid and ,'v yt't: \ L- drid, and Washington to determine -: Little Hope Held musical The band has a variety of l i>'
estate operator Louis Taubman reducing the assistance that what to do. U.S. sources compositions planned
The President tossed greetings goes to others say they hope to reach a dec' Malaysian authorities kept to present. As a special feature $
and > -- watch on a PhilippineIndonesian -a string trio will perform. This A
r and chitchat to youngsters < "The President plans to elimInate ,
older people along the way and some countries entirely) : summit meeting in Jakarta trio includes Mrs. Virginia Hen
: little it will bring violin; Wendell Waters.
with
stopped to let some of t'-:rn hope nessey ,
viollncello and Pro f
about a settlement. ; William
take his picture. ,
The official communique took f't' !fil ri1u sion next week. They say the President Diosdado Macapa- Spivey, piano. .'
3.S.. diplomats have these two I. ,
note of a recent American-Mex- >> .. '" "
Ican agreement ending a long general aims:
bit of land at El Pa.I (I) To carry out the law In a
row over a and eliminate separate foreignaid
so. Tex., in the Chamizal area. missions In others and makea manner satisfactory to Congressand (!&b tuarfes'RITES
The two presidents decided to substantial reduction In for. ASIAN LEADERS WITH PAKISTANI CHILDUN-C..lat Chinese Pr mi.f Chan In.lol (2) to reduce the amount of

"hold a fitting ceremony" there elgn aid personnel" Humphre Mt, end Pr.idtn! Mehommcd Ayub Kh." stead behind a group .f |." ...d..4 Pokltttnl. children western shipping going to Cubit -
which the State
The dispute grew out of a said. .n Cho..', snivel at Rawalpindi. The Red Chi"... lt.d., c.m. hi elite eke ,...,.ta" chief .. state Department MRS ANNIE L. THORNBURGH FOR MR. WEAVER
I change in the course of the RID He added that Johnson Is trying Thurtdoy as part .f hit (iiUndtd African end. Aiiiii toe,. AP Winphora ala! cable from London) cutoff prefers: penalty.over invoking the aid Mrs. Annie L. Thornburgh' Funeral services for ClarenceE.

Grande and the two presidents to tailor the program as 86, of the Lake Morton Apartments (Buck) Weaver, &2, of 418
said their governments must much as possible to meet major died yesterday at the N. Kentucky Ave., ,who died
continue to work toward "mak criticisms voiced In the Senate Pakistan Leader Says U. S. Bethany Retirement Home, aftera Tuesday, were held yesterday at
Ing the Rio Grande 'once again and House last year when Congress Spivey long Illness. She was a native -the GentryMorrlsolFuneral

the boundary between the two cut the administration's of Clark City Mo., and Home chapel, with the Rev. Mr.

countries." foreign aid request from $4.5 Schedules I came to Lakeland 17 years ago Clifton H. White, rector of All
J Quick Action Ordered billion to $3 billion. Causing New Tension In Asia from Alma, Mich. She was a Saints' Episcopal Church, of.
"Noortlp tn *av' -I am lianov member of the First Methodist ficiating. Burial was In Lake.
of the
They ordered members over'th--Pe ide -
assurance ConcertOne Church. land Memorial Gardens.
International Boundary and :that the aim of my amendment Rawalpindi, Pakistan (AP) -. fered his "good offices." it Is done at the cost of your She Is survived by two sisters, Pallbearers were M. A. Tyncr
). Water Commission to take a which the Senate adopted by a Smiling affably, President Mohammed .. Commenting on Chou's nine- friends' security' it's not all that Mrs. Eva M. Stuff of Lakelandand Reey Thompson, J. V. Franklin -
t quick look at land that might:7&-1 vote will be put into effect Ayub Khan of Pa. day visit to Pakistan, Ayub aid good a thing. of Lakeland's best-know Mrs. Frank Webb of Cedar Kirby Blain and D. H.
I become separated from thennuntrv 1 1'i by the administration," Cooper klstan has spelled out charges I Communist China's "Intentions This was a reference to the pianists, William H. Spivey win Rapids, Iowa. Sloan Jr.MRS. .
to which it beloncsthrough that US. diplomats have been 1 are peaceful. The Chinese are U. S. argument that it's $60- give; his annual recital at 8 p.m. Funeral services and burial

'i changes in the river said.The amendment called for the dreading to hear prepared to be reasonable with million military aid program to Tuesday (Feb. 25) in the Annie will be in Alma. Friends may ELIZABETH WRAY

t course and "recommend the" creation of three- to five.mem- It Is clear Ayub said, that I anyone who Is prepared to be India also Is helping Pakistan Pfeiffer Chapel of Florida Southern 'call at the Dukes-Steen Funeral HAINES CITY Mrs. Elizabeth .
: action that ought to be taken. review the Communist reasonable with them." because it protects the subcontinent College. The public I is in- 4 -
I With reference to the criminal bet committees to China has only) ited. Home today from 2 until S. Wray, 58, o( 550 Jones
traffic In drugs Johnson and effectiveness of economic aid peaceful Intentions In ,Asia but', Hits U. S. Aid I from the Communist Chi-' A graduate of Florida Southern o'clock. Ave., died at her home Friday
In specific areas of that new tensions are be In nese.
Lopez Mateos called for streng programs Complaining that U. S. mill' and a member of the music morning following an .extended
Amerla ; India's Is
the world, such as Latin created by U.S. forergn policy ir army, Ayub said : Illness.
/ thenlng cooperation between the .. 18", '.Id to India will be used'against than faculty since 1947, Spivey is WILLIE TURNER PORTER
the Middle East Southeast India and massive U.S. and Indian more strong enough 1 to' A native of Decatur
Ga she
countries in order to put ::1 stop smaller Iso a graduate of the Julliar ,
Alia and Africa. It would call military preparatIons cope with any threat from its Willie Turner Porter 82, of had made
her home
In Haines
nelghbor..1 School of Music in New York.
toil
for detailed review of the programs Ayub told newsmen! : northern borders with China 833 W. Lemon St., died Fridayat
a
between 'since
Coming session City
long
Lopez Mateos told reporter I and holds a master's degree I In 1933 having moved
; in the 15 to 20 countries of secret talks with the visitIng, "During the last couple of and India Is going to use Its Increased Lakeland General Hospital here from Ellijay Ga. Mrs.
,
that as far as he was con- music from Florida State Unersity. -
cerned, the main Issue of his receiving half of the total economic Premier Chou En-lal of Red i years, the United States has strength "to try and after a short Illness. He wasa Wray was a registered nurse,
assistance. been doing certain things In India Intimidate people." native of Madison County and
talks with Johnson was "the excess Chins Ayub's statements appeared His is as having received her training at
of salt In the waters that Subsequently, Cooper callingat to put the official stam ; which we think are against. "The U. S. effort," he said. follows four-part: program had lived here for 21 years. He the Morrell Memorial Hospitalin
I the White House at Johnson's of approval on Pakistan's grad., our security. Serving global interests "only Is creating more problems was a retired farmer and a Lakeland. She
Mexico receives from the Colo- Three movements "Adag- was a member -
member the Church.He .
Is all but if of Baptist
the Presi- very well
rado River." He said a satisfactory -invitation suggested ual swing away from a strongly in," "Scherzo" and "Presto"rom Is three of the Presbyterian Church.
survived by
dent appoint a 14. or 15-member ro-American stand to middle Survivors include
had been a
new solution Beethoven's Sonata. Opus two sons
foreign aid advisory committee, road diplomacy with a definite: 2 and daughters, Mrs. Mamie Hampton Victor and David of New
worked into the communique. Wirtz Schedules More 27, No. two impromptus Mrs. Sara Jane Newton and Wray
What the communique disclosed the majority of whose members leaning toward Peking. "G.Flat Major" and A-Flat Minor Mrs. 'Catherine Hall, all of York City; a sister) Miss Kath-
was that Johnson out- like last year's group Goal Seen Doomed ," from Schubert's Opus 90.( aryne Shumate of Lake Wales,
Lakeland Robert B.
: two sons
lined experimental construction Beaded by retired Gen. Lucius I Talks On Wheat Boycott "Caprice in A Minor" by Men and two half brothers Country
Porter of Lakeland and William
.
D. Clay, would be drawn from Heavily :larded 'with warning
now under way which he hopes I a elsohn. "Soaring from Fantala and Billy Johnston! t>f Valdosta,
will produce "an adequate per, the\ general public. I that neighboring India, M IA M I B E A C H (AP) waivers granted to Continental ctucke" T>y\SchumaAi' (, and "In- Porter, Charles of Jacksonville Porter or Palmetto; a>brother ;- Ga 4' .
he This advisory committee ireatens Pakistan, Ayub'astatem I ermerzo" from 118, No. Funeral services will\ heldat
manent solution" which Secretary of Labor W. WillarWirti Grain Co. allowing It to ship Opus sister Mrs. Mamie Lewis of be
a ,
would recommend to the Con- would, in turn set tip the smaller ntf also seemed to doomnshington's scheduled a new meeting only 38 per cent of a one mlllio ,2, by Brahms. Daytona Beach; 22 grandchi- 2 o'clock this afternoon at
gress. This construction Involvesa public-dominated committees / diplomatic goal of with labor officials Saturday ton wheat sale in American ves Three selections by Chopin -. dren and the Dave Lane Funeral Home.
seven great-grandchil-
system of tile drains in the to "evaluate the program"In linking Pakistan's 100 million night In an effort to settle the sole "Value Posthumus in E Minor" dren. The Rev. Albert Reese, pastor

Wellton Mohawk reclamationarea specific areas and countries. persons with India's 450 million deadlocked negotiations over a The labor leaders also' demanded "Nocturne In C. Sharp Minor," Funeral services will be held of First Presbyterian Church,

In Arizona to draw off excess 10 a joint anti-Communist defense -longshoreman's boycott of U.S. that no such waivers be and "Etude" from Opus 25, No at; 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon will officiate. Interment will fol-

water before it picks up Burglars Heave of the Indian Sub on- wheat shipments to Russia. granted in the future on shipments -Z. at: the Gentry-Morrison Funeral low In Forest Hill Cemetery in
lilt, and send It down the Colorado I tinen. Wlrti canceled plans to returnto to Soviet bloc nations. Three of his own compositionswill Home chapel with burial in Oak Haines City. Dave Lane Funeral
into Mexico. Sledge Hammer 1 Ayub sounded like a neutral Washington for the third timeto The Continental sale of wheat conclude Spivey's recital. Hill Burial Park. Friends may Home is in charge of arrange
observer to mediate differences "Intermezzo A MaJor -
Mateos Flies To L.A. eager resume the talks with maritime under an export license grantedby They are call at the funeral home from 3 ments.
Through WindowBurglars between the United union leaders. the Commerce Department ," "Etude" and "Fantaisi until 9 o'clock tonight.
Their conferences and the States and Red China. He of- is worth about $75 million. In C Minor" which will be dedIcated JOHN HENRY) JONES
communique out of the A spokesman for Wiru said Dudley, concert
I way stole nine watches to Ray WINTER HAVEN John
Lopez Mateos held his news the negotiations so far had been Boycott Blocs Shipments pianist and a newcomer to Henry Jones 57
and an electric shaver from a Paul 322.8 Lake Con-
j "unable to produce an GEORGE B. TEBBETTS
show window at Gordon's Qual- King ." agreement Future grain shipments to Florida Southern's music facul- nine Drive died ,yesterday at
DevelopmentBoard ity Jewelers, Southgate Shopping Russia may eventually total $400 ty. George B. Tebbetts of the a Bartow hospital. He was a
Center, early yesterday morn- RecoveringVery Change Of Plans ;Told million, but the longshoremen's Elks Hotel died Friday in a native of Geneva County, Ala

Names Earlier, the talks had brokenoff Boycott could prevent It from nursing home here after a long bama and came to Winter Haven -
Ing.Lakeland police said the Well I with no plans to resume ever leaving American docks. 10 Killed illness. He was a native of Mil In 1931 from Westvllle. He
Officer Slate burglars took the $770.87 worthof theta Then Wirtz announcedhis Only a small amount of the ford, Conn., and moved from was a carpenter and a memberof
merchandise from the show last-minute change of plans. grain had been shipped by Continental there to Lakeland 12 years ago.He the Winter Haven Church of
BARTOW Forest G. Weese window after the culprits had ATHENS Greece (APKingPaul before the boycott be- In Florida was a member of Lakeland God.He
of Winter Haven was elected thrown a 12-pound sledge hammer of Greece was reported The unions are demanding : Elks Lodge 1291 and of the All Is survived by his widow.

chairman of the Polk County through the window. Saturday to be recovering very that the government revoke gan.The first shipload arrived In AccidentsBy Saints' Episcopal Church. Mrs. Zula Jones; a stepdaughter -

Development Board at the annual The Incident was reported by well from his tomach opera- Odessa Friday. I He Is survived by a daughter Mrs. Virginia Cary of Ma

meeting of the board held Brooks H. Bernie an attendant tlon One of his doctors predicted Strawberry Fair WlrU postponed leaving here Mrs. George E. Caswell silts Philippine Islands; two
recently In Bartow. at: a nearby gasoline station even greater Improvement for' Washington several times as THE ASSOCIATED PRESS of' Milford. Funeral arrangements sisters, Mrs. Ivey Ferrell of
Other officers elected were who heard the burglar alarm go in the next few days. the marathon negotiations to Early weekend accidents killed will be announced later Pensacola and Mrs. Sennella Arrant -
Lester Pickett of Bartow, first off at about 1:09: o'clock yesterday The reports eased a wave of Opening Slated end the boycott continued. at least 10 people in Florida including ., by the Dukes $teen Funeral of Blountstpwn; three
vice chairman; Albert Caldwell morning. apprehension that s pre a d four in a traffic accident Home brothers Burton of Winter Ha-

of Mulberry second vice chairman -: Police at the scene said the through tha country Friday For March 2 at Nlceville. ven. and Willis and Woodrow.
; George Siemer of Lake sledge hammer was thrown when the year-old monarch Plant Jax The four dead In one accident RITES FOR MR. both of Westville; and two step-
Alfred. secretary; and Everett through the south window of the underwent a four-hour opera- City, ,ere Identified as John A. Davis: CHRISTIANSONFuneral grandchildren.
Allen of Lakeland, treasurer. I store and the items were taken tion. The first postoperative PLANT CITY Strawberrywill I Frank Jesse Tooley, L. Z. Pritcht Services will be at 3 o'clock
The meeting was held in the by the burglars who reached medical bulletin had made no rule as king and 'a queen Men ConvictedIn and Fred Lee Bethun all services for Hans W. this afternoon at the Winter
county commission room in Into the showcase window. mention of' the king's Immediate will be selected on Thursday fort Walton Beach Negroes Inltheir Christianson, 88, of 615 W. Pear Haven Church of God with the
Bartow. Investigating the Incident were condition and there were night of next week when the annual Murder Trial early 20s. Officers said St., who died Thursday, will beheld Rev. Melvin A. Gifford. pastor.
Capt. C. S. Kent and Patrolmen fears for his life. Hillsborough county fair :their car skidded on wet pavement at 10 o'clock tomorrow officiating. Burial will be in
The New York World's Fair of 3. E. McSwain and R. A. Loh- But Friday night the five physicians and 29th annual Florida strawberry Friday night and smashed morning at the GentryMorrisonFuneral 1 Lakeside Memorial Park .
1964 marks the 300th anniversary -mann The matter was turned attending )him announcedthat festival! swings into ac TAMPA (fi A circuit court :into a bridge railing. Home chapel with Friends may call at the Ott-
of the use of the city'sname. over to the detective division his condition was satisfacry lion. jury which remained out until burial in the Fitzgerald CemeterY Laughlin Funeral Home chapel
for further investigation. .- Mnrrh- -2 will mark thii ntukn.ng ,early Saturday morning convicted 2 Near Orlando from 9 a month 1pm. today
'! King Paul was operated on to, of the annual expoaltion'ndthat two men of second degree Gerald D. Tapley, 41, of Cas- Friends may call at the funeral -
relieve a narrowing of the open- night a record 69 girls will murder and acquitted a third selbcrry and Mrs. Estea B. Hall, home today from 3 until
YOUR NEW ing between stomach and Intestine vie for the seven finalist placesIn The three men James K 60. of Orlando were killed in acollision 9 o'clock.
caused by an old ulcer. A the strawberry queen contest 1 McCoy, 30, of Plant City James on the South Orange Dukes Steen
robust man, he had been in gen- From the seven the queen will M. Anderson. 23, and ChesterK. Blossom Trail near Orlando Saturday RITES FOR MR. WILT
Bellone: DEALER eral ill\ health in recent months be chosen and crowned Thurs- Lumley, 31, both of Jackson I Funeral services for William Funeral' Home
and had suffered great pain. day night. ville, had been charged with Ernest Schadowskl 65, was Henry Wilt Sr., 89, of Route.
RAY BERWALD It was widely reported In An Increased number of agricultural -first degree murder In the holdup killed in Miami when his car hit who died Tuesday, were held
Athens that during the opera- and commercial displays slaying of 5'5.year old a tree Friday. Friday at the Old German Baptist 310 S. Florida
Presents tion tissue was taken from his and the largest !and most Alfonso Pierce: a service sta-, Two sisters-Elaine Murphy" 1, Church, with Elder Clyde
Proudly stomach for analysis. Two of colorful parade in the historyof ion operator last July. I and Felecla, 2, burned to death eckner of Wertz Va.; Elder
the physicians are British can- the pageantry are declared The Jury found McCoy and when fire swept their duplex in Glenn Metzger of North Manchester Phone MU 2-3123
'
cer specialists, Drs Sir Stan- n'view for the week of March Anderson guilty of second degree Tampa Saturday.Mrs. Ind; and Elder Henry
the i ford Cade and E. G. Mulr. They 2 through 7, The addition of a murder and acquitted Lumey. Lula Mae Mills an 87- 1 Brovant of Goshen Ind, officiating ambulance service
newest flew from London for the opera- new building to be used for year-old invalid burned to deathIn All are ministers of the
,tion. The other doctors are electrical gadgets and appli--I A fourth person named in the Orlando. Old German Baptist Church -
Alexander Manos who performed ances will add 11 booths to the incident, Mrs. Eula Mae Mm Burial was in Socrum ceme- :: -

I NOVA the surgery, Thomas commercial displays and release chew 23, of Orange Park turn tery. Pallbearers were Joe
Doxlades and Dr. Nichalas a i number of additional booths ed state's evidence after charges Actress HurtIn Wray Wesley Lavey, Ray But- I AMBULANCESERVICE
Tsamboulas. for agricultural exhibits against her were dropped. erbaugh.. Jesse Clear and

Exhibits will I Include the Auto CrashMIAMI Marion Metzger.
GLASSES state's most exotic strawberry rison Funeral
other fruits and -Highland Park charge of Gently.Mor-1 a t your phone cod,
2 Children Die display, vegetables w The bosomy sear, hour tt tko
Temples so slim they're hard tclephont listening easy New citrus honey flowers. To Elect OneCommissioner actress Eva Six was hospialized .
.
lo tell I from regular flastei... beef cattle, home dem- ro'sht sad day
styling it beautiful for ladies, In Tampa Fire poultry yesterday following .
yet your powerful Belton extremely handsome for men instration, 4-H club and Future an apparent auto accident. !

hearing NOVA'S aid tiny nestles, yet inside amazingly. -and super
powerful major components Come; in for your FREB children burned to death yesterday LAKE WALES-The Village of fair. A hospital spokesman
are so cleverly concealed. descriptive book. when a fire swept their du Highland Park will hold an'elec said she suffered cuts and 417 N. Mass. Ace,
few will be aware you even Have a Belton elcetroOlowoar plex. 4 Men Killed ion March 3 for the office of bruises and a. possible con. Phone MU 6-2133
an aldl Convenient on. hearing check-up. Its ices... Their mother, Corrlne Murphy commissioner. George William- ussion. t
off telephone switch makes at jour was out of the house, police said In Auto Crash on. the present mayor-comtnis- Two teen-agers found her I -

I and when she returned the fire loner. Is the only candidate.The i unconscious in a wrecked
HEATH
was out of hand. She was treat- terms of the other two auto about noon. Apparently FUNERAL CHAPEL
HEARING SERVICE ed for shock. 1 NICEVILLE (AP-Four men commissioners, J. A. Holmes I no one saw the accident. AI, Co"ditio".d
.. tJkhe; The children who died were were killed near this northwest and C. A. Wells, do not expire 1 Miss Six a native of Hun. 14 HOUR Chapel Pahiue Let
year-old Elaine and 2-year-old Florida town Friday night when his year. Commissioners arc gary, was appearing in a AMBULANCE SERVICE
207 E. Lemon Sr. Ph. 632-3450 Felecla. Five-year-old Larry their car skidded into a bridge elected for three.year rotating : stage play called "In One FOSTER E. HEATH, Funeral Diretto
,Murphy was badly burned. I railing. terms. I Bed And Out The other."- Cor.Llme and In9rohom Phone 6810111KELAND






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," 'W, "f.\" '''ffl'' ''< ,;'' ) '' LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. 23,..1It 7-A
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; { ::'E irt IRS Won't Quarrel I
1r 'a' 'Irtl" .. '"
i W Oswald's Wife Fires Her
1'1' ..ko t .er' I : Lawyer

I ". .11A. E tS1D;f ORID \ ; With Employers Who And Business Advisor In Dallas I


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of @ iin U.rllltimr. business advisor, was not It Is understood that Thome

ala Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationH Lag On New RatesWASHINGTON DALLAS-Mrs. Lee H. Os available is taking the position that the

wald has terminated her agreement Mrs. Oswald and her two contracts Mrs. Oswald signedas
.. L Sarasota .. 55 .c8 Kansas City .......... 43 19 I children, who have been living his client He
to aytona Beach ....... 50 44 Tallahassee .. .49 33 Los Angeles .......... 40 48 (AP) Th, or a day or two later than with the attorney and with Martin and his family In are binding.
t. Lauderdale ........ 68 60 Tampa .. u 43 Memphis .............39 20 Internal Revenue Service will I specified In the bill. I the business advisor who had Dallas, have moved to a private and Martin are also reportedly -
(u ort Myers ........... 58 52 W. Palm Bch. ....... 65 52 New Orleans .......... 47 38 not fault employers who are a I H. said employers will not bee represented her since the house In the city. attempting to persuade her
ainesvllle ............ 49 .40 day or two late In putting th i to reconsider her decision.
New York ............ 32 19 given formal notification after shooting of her husband.It Martin had announced last
icksonvlll .......... 48 38 Atlanta .. 40 28 Phoenix .............. 65 30 lower Income tax wlthholdln E: the tax bill becomes Jaw The I Martin had previously declined
learned that she has week that Marina Oswald had
I West ............ 72' was to disclose the terms of
ey 84 Boston .. 30 J4 San Juan .............00 70 rates Into effect.In service already has mailed to engaged as her lawyer William signed contracts with Meredith
KELAND .........* 51 42 Charlottee ... 41 31 SeattleToronto ............... 54 34 remarks released today,, employers 48 million circulars! A. McKenzie, the Dallas attor- Press In Des Moines the contracts already signed
fiaml ................ 68 61 Chicago ... 31 2 ............... 26 '1 Revenue Commissioner Mor- containing new withholding instructions or the share apportioned to
book
who her for the to
accompanied Iowa rlghta
............... ney him and to Thome At the
all SO 39 Cincinnati
.. 29Dalla 11 Washington ........... 36 25 mer M Caplin, said the servIce .
brother-in-law, Robert Oswald her memoirs and with Tex- last contributionsfor
rlando .............. 50 .48nsacolar .. 53 25 Fairbanks ............ 23 8 will use a rule of reason In I The circulars state that employers during his testimony In Washington Italia Films, an Italian company Oswald's accounting widow and her
............ 4V 37 Denver j.. 31 17 Honolulu ............. 84 69 dealing with businesses which I should watch newsrv' last week before the for the motion picture two girls, two-year old June
t. Petersburg ........ 52 44 Detroit 30 13 Juneau ............... 44 37''have difficulty In putting the n papers, television and radio for Warren commission rights. and four-month-old Rachel

n rates Into effect immediately, announcements on enactment of John Thorne, her former at. Her change of attorneys will had reached about $40,000
I 'i 9 n w io >detta ..soli. LJSS. Final action Is expected this: the tax reduction bill. torney said he had no com entangle the terms of those
" ;11., wtAl'Mtdr x ia u week on the bill which will give Caplin said there was a possibility ment on Mrs. Oswald's deci contracts according to one Informed There Is not one real river In
,t :, salaried and hourly paid taxpayers under the reduced with sion. James H. Martin her source. all of Arabia.
I
) ? \ an additional (800 roll- holding rates some employes
I' .& lion a month In take home pay. might have less than the re-
e '' It la scheduled to take effect quired total taken out of their
""I'
eight days after It becomes law.
pay checks and thus b* requiredto

Precise Time Not Required put up more money when
a It making then 1964 returns.
: Caplin Indicated the IRS
Iii : would have no objection to employers Exemptions Can B* LoweredAn

f M .,3x putting the lower rates employe who thinks with.
rL rLt x Into effect a day or two earlier, holding might not cover his tax
10..., .
c c DOWNTOWN
; ; liability can have more taken CL

: \ I/kwrei/ .1111J Closer Ties out by claiming fewer exemptions
,.
,. for withholding! purposesyet
*- miD still claim the correct number -
1x14iN To Be SoughtTo when he files a return.If .
"."d.1Ei]
to he can obtain his employer' LAKELAND
.. t .
F 1: T
II ColombiaTALLAHASSEE consent, the employealso
; ... may ask that any given
[ .
f ttayfbM twnJoy ... be withheld it
'. try 1't amount provided
,
; t Ii,, ,.... .. t.MtItM.."... f..w .,+,'\ ;.. (AP-Secre-. Is not lower than the figure on ( MONDAYgyp
.,. tall of State Tom Adamspointed ap--the withholding chart
......... ,,........... N. ladia.t..l..C.tswh I Ls.l./i .wa1, CfWIATHER .. '. seven Floridians Salon. The Internal Revenue Service AND

day to a committee to establish Is preparing 12 to 15 million

: 11,I FORECAST-Snow I. e.,...d Sunder From the ....th_ "/.t...., 0".'" thrush. closer ties between Florida and Instruction sheets for the 6 mil- Cft FRIDAY

I entr.l end ioorh.ru ".1"0, end vpper end middle MI&.s ppl v.,..,. While ..."., weather It t.re- Colombia. lion tax payers who are required PM.
; ;;; .at for wutkern Plortou, Plaint Iretei Mlululppi Valley end louthem ......, w.rmer weclher Itipecred The committee grew out or to file estimated incometax TIL
Adams' recent Colombia. returns. These will not be
li) port.. end nld-Atl' .nrlc ll.t.l. (AP W)lrehot. M.p> trip to
The appointees were:, Dr. Jua- mailed out but will be availableIn
: ,nita Gibson, director of Institutional post offices, banks and other

Wcatficrcost t 1\ __ research and service at public places.
florida State University; Dr A. The two page instruction
[Considerable cloudiness withId Curtis Wilgus. director of the sheets will show the new In-

[>] temperatures were predict. Caribbean: Conference Center forLatin come tax rate and will give

for today by U. S. weather American Studies at the brief summaries of changes un-

Ji |en at City Hall. Winds will University of Florida; Stan Wi der the new law.

from the wer, managing editor of the St.
ow northeast from A Partly cloudy and continued and
Petersburg Independent
| to It miles per hour and rath- cold through ,Sunday ever- chairman of the Florida Education -
high humidity will prevail. night. Highest Sunday 46 to 58. Television Commission;
e maximum temperature BCD Mostly cloudy and "' e,+ ..
continued cold through Sunday. a ) Broader Exchanges Sought
j pi I be 58 degrees, while the F 1
y High Sunday near SO. Ls Thomas Fleming of Boca Raton .
I. should be 42 degree E F Cloudy and continuedcold chairman of the board of

through Sunday. High Sunday First Bank and Trust Co.; Eugene -
I fiennlg Brand discovered' 85 to 62. Northeasterly Phfpps of Tallahassee,
osphorus by mistake In 1669 winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. resident of Auto Imports; Carl '
O Cloudy and cold through Swisher of Jacksonville of JohnH. '
i t was heating distilled urine, Sunday. High Sunday 55 to 62. H Swisher and Son Inc.; and Rtl
ping the residue would turn HI Cloudy and continued Howard Frankland of Tampa,

to be a catalyst that would rather cold through Sunday. ..a ,. vice chairman of the board of
i lead Into gold. Instead the High Sunday In the low 60s. First National Bank.

f'f eriment produced a sub- J Cloudy and cool tonight The group will consider broader .
f nee that glowed in the dark- and Sunday. High Sunday In exchanges of college students
i phosphorus. .the 60s
-.or and professors, scholarships for er
Colombian students to study I In
4'' Florida, and technical assistance'
1"ind-Whipped Snow Cripples in education television.The .


j Maya of what are now

1i Montana More Cold On Its the Yucatan, Guatemala and
; Way western Honduras, built great,
'-- stone cities with lofty pyramids

117:THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U. S. 12 closed and temples huge monasteries +
tana, was to A mass of cold arctic air advanced _
.Snow whipped by high winds everything but emergency trsf' from Canada into the: observatories vapor baths and astronomical w

crippled parts of Montana Sat 1 fie and driving was hazardous United States. _
,urday and the Weather BureaupId on all roads.
; the midlands could expect A light plane was reported los Ahead of the advancing cold I II

".at,I least two days of frigid near Miles City on a flight from front, the weather Saturday wai I arc
weather, Glendive to Billings. Two persons pleasant with considerable sun
f One major highway In Mon- were aboard. shine and seasonal temperature I
I-.,; -- over most of the United States.

The arctic storm, moving you w f
Stevenson Reports Some southward and eastward from its

'i position over the Central U. S..
In Talks Canadian border resulted in
progress Cyprus
three separate warnings from happy
the Weather Bureau.

Federal Court May Order Cold wave alerts were posted I
for the plains area from eastern Happiness It hord to pin down. !

MUNITED NATIONS N.Y. (AP) cil guarantee of the islsnd's integrity. -I' Montana and northeastern Wyoming People look for It In every direction

Stevenson(I. S. Ambassador said Saturday Adlai night E. "We.are not here to compromise : and eastward Minnesota through Into the Wis Dakotas but It's basically' iplrlt- More and more homes are being financed with

uol. You ditcovtr that the only
consin. Forecasters said the
ie and other negotiators had he said after spendingtwo
f made some progress, but not hours with Thant before the'cold wave would extend as far real happiness cornel from God
tnough" In trying to thrash out British and American representatives south as northern Kansas and -and from darning to live In \\I// '
Iowa.
a Cyprus peace plan with Sec. went in. obtdienct to His, love There's FIRST FEDERAL
retary-General U Thant' Thant won Security Council Blizzard Warnings Posted one-hour lecture :::-
public
a com
f
Stevenson and Sir I Patrick agreement to postpone its next
Warnings of blizzard
N Dean of Britain-whose countryhas session until Tuesday to give were issued for northwestern conditions -- ing on this them. by Roy ).

almost 7,000 troops on the him more time to continue these Wisconsin and Mich Llnnlg' of The Christian Science .

Mediterranean Island trying to Formula-seeking discussions in igan. The Weather upper Bureau said Board of Lectureship, It's titled .
HOME LOANS
curb blood letting between private.
strong northerly winds were expected I "Th Selene of Hopplneti"
Greek and Turkish Cypriotesaw -
Four Directly Involved to stir up near blizzard .
You're Invited to and lit i ..
Thant on Saturday evening conditions and com ...
tonight tomorrow """
These talks have primarily '
Dean Encouraged from the Central Plains into the ten. "
concerned Britain, Greece Turkey -
Dean told reporters he was and Cyprus which are di- upper Great Lakes region. A First Federal vimS J/lfS? Home Buyers know that a
Another alert warned of hat Christian Science
encouraged and optimistic but rectly Involved in the explosive I
that nothing had been settled. situation. :ardous driving conditions over Home loan First Federal Home Loan does more for them.It .

"Everybody wants an agree The four are generally agreed the Montana plains sections from eastern lecture is tailored perfectly! their needs. That's why
he said "it's Just i I that the council should to eastern Colorado to
1 ment. approvean Is A Happy Loan
"a First Federal loan
Home is
,question of getting It." I International peace-keeping night. everyone says a
Church .".'Ic.,
Cyprus' Foreign Minister Syp-I force for Cyprus and that a Elsewhere over the country happy loan."
1x I roe Kypritnou was unyielding in I mediator should be named for the forecast was for generally 220 W. heaters n.Mendey ,

II I II his country's demands which I feuding Greek and Turkish Cyp- fair weather with temperatures ,. '''''' 24
I have included a Security Coun I riots. mostly on the cold side. .t 1.00 P.M.
An exception to Saturday'a look at the advantages: 6. PREPAY WITHOUT PENALTY part or entire
pleasant weather Florida tu_ tSe A..r.ee ., pint
was .,,_ ...... loan at any tint*.
New York Youth Jailed where rainy conditions Se css.e. Lake.Ices
prevslled. ..,... I 1. TAILORED TO YOUR SPECIAL
Miami received .85 inch of II 7. QUICK ACTION ON ALL HOME LOAN
moisture up to noon. I REQUIREMENTS. To Income, size of
After Row With TrooperA
family and ability to pay. APPLICATIONS.

19-year-old Rochester N. Y. beam Bakeries plant, Blossey 2. INTEREST REDUCES WITH EACH PAYMENT. 8. SPECIAL ASSISTANCE DURING THE

youth, who Friday night Injured said the driver of the car he CONSTRUCTION HELPS YOU GET FULL
a State Trooper in an effort to, was chasing, who was later identified t 3. REASONABLE INTEREST RATE AND
escape capture, was In the as Simpson, lost controlof VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY.
County Jail in Bartow under the vehicle. It spun several MODERATE CLOSING COST.
(4,100 bond yesterday. times on the road and then cameto 9. SERVICE ON A PERSONAL BASIS by
.
4. LONG TERMS.
Trooper F. A. Blossey, who rest in a ditch. I local, experienced people.

injured a hand when he tried to Blossey charged Simpson with 5. LOANS UP TO 24 YEARS.You'll .
restrain Charles Herbert Simpson driving while intoxicated and
Jr., placed four charges put the youth In his patrol car. :.J

against Simpson the has youth.been chargedwith the As scene Blossey and started head to to Bartow leave, DESKS NEW & USEDFURNITURE. be happier with a First Federal Home Loan!

driving while Intoxicated he said Simpson attacked him :a.: :
resisting arrest, auto theft, and and kicked the dash board of .
destroying state property the patrol car. Simpson JumPed .
The State Patrol said that out of the patrol car, Blossey OUR SALE WAS" SUCCESS. CHICK WITH US
striking a trooper is an automatic said, but was apprehended by FOR NEW AND USED OffiCI FURNITURE. rDOWNTOWN"
felony charge. two Lakeland officers, Patrol- I"
SAVINGS AND IOANASSOCIATION --- "
W. L. Creamer and L. W. illrtffitt
Blossey said he was on rou- men .
tine patrol in the Lakeland area Crow. Simpson was very violent K. T. JONES CO., INC. -n j 1/ : ..Uft..

late Friday night when he noticed at that time, Blossey noted. .
OFFICE MACHINES FURNITURE SUPPLIES
a car traveling at high Blossey reported that the car
was driving was stolen 401 SO. FLA. AVE.
speeds west on Memorial Simpson 1 1 t t ,
Boulevard.. > from William Leomon of Winter LAKELAND ,

The trooper gave chase and Haven earlier Friday night. The, 6'10 A.M. TO 5:10 P M. GHOVE PARK] Crystol Lot. Orivi et Meodowinokil \
said the car reached speeds of Winter Haven police also said I MU 6-7111 I MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
93 miles an hour as they raced they were after Simpson for 'fr I:00 P M. FRIDAY NITE i t t UOYE 'AU
down West Memorial Boulevard. peeping into windows in that .
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SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND S-A LAKELAND LEDGER
Sunday Feb. 23, lilt

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DIG THREE DAY SJD EWIDE ConstableCandidate.





S. ; 'f AnnouncesLonnie McClelland of High
EDAT

{I/l@/ candidacy land City has for announced the office his of

constable of District 1, which,

\ includes Mulberry, Highland
City and the Polk County

phosphate mines area.

...... The 37-year-old contractor
cited a 10.year backgroundIn
police work in announcing
for the post.McClelland.
1r was on the
,
F force of the Lakeland Police
Department for two and a
hali years and was a Polk
County deputy sheriff for four
and a half years. He resign-



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portable typewriter portable typewriter Rugged reinforc.d file, cot nets, mod desk accessories fi y
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regularly 89.95' Electrlcqlly welded throughout with
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regularly $2 tide action compressor provide full
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Rugged Royal has all-metal grey.4drower .

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wells I letter baskets phonebook
I choose from 3 most 29.99
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wanted styles white vellum full size keyboard, fast action "magic meter" finds center 4-drower cabinet with com lock to se- covers photo albums -

o. fmeline air weight. carriage. return Complete I with of paper, "twin-pak" ribbon coU I oast 2 14.99.top drawers, regularly 39.95 address books, assortment of

handbag type carrying case or selector, magic column set for LONNIE MCCLELLANDed
2-drower filing cabinet, 30" high, colors.
Plus red tn numbers, words. I 15%" wide, 18' deep, regularly 25.95, his position with the
.rim' fit tn "''er 19.99.Mall' sheriff's department last yearto
become a building con
Stationery tractor.

I [ --_ 'fiIIN} JF.. .. ., .-. ].f.I. Served With Army"I

have worked under two
different police chiefs and ,
i ... three different sheriffs," he
, said.A.

veteran of World War If,
The "Chairman"seat In which he served in the
I
::1 valet \\ 4 Pacific 1946. McClelland Theater from belonged 19-44 to to

' 1I I the Criminal Investigation DI.

, l regularly 21'.95 ;; ,.cam' i t I vision of the Army. Upon
I L i discharge, he took a Civil
II sale! 1O.99 Service job with the War De-

F. s t j Mt7TN. I partment as a criminal Investigator
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coot to hang ttro grit at all t,met. Hand- t t'i 1f experience, "
tome trouser bar with' grip-all' cushions I K' I II t am fully
holds trousers out of woerewrinkle I free 4rd I
qualified for this position,
I 5" deep podded Mat covered In grained effect ; rs .i1.. .iq iL i
,
I I having a full knowledge of
vinyl-ttriking while finish and UK
gold plated trim Convenient accessory troy i\ i ) : ) what this job pertains to,"
I I( on top for easy occm / 1 1r t ;, t the candidate said. "I would
iI 1 I greatly appreciate It if the
. --, voters In District 1 would
elect me to this office."

Wauchula Native

\ I .. moth nuggetsstilet He was born In Wauchulaand
has lived In Highland
your choice of any 2 for $5 compare at 2.89 City for the last five years
and in Polk County for the
dress shotstorage clothes for travel Mile! 1.93R', past -IS years It,_ and his
bags handbag or
.... jumbo storage carry wife, the former'* 'Susan' M.
"
"', ___ at 2,98 and 3.98 Sib.
compare
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r and front..'Solid, colors of pink, Keep occeuoriei view and Ideal for travelingplus dew Worry-free storage He Is a member of the
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I r ;r 'I i ." GROUP II: Clear vinyl "See Thru"front sturdy metal 1 hanger frame.HANDBAG jumbo blanket bag clothes, furs, blankets erans of Foreign Wars andIs
active In Boy Scout affairs.
:; T gold top and sloes' FILE: holds 8 hondbogi regularly st and woolens when He also
is a member of First
1 ",..,-, GROUP II|t[. Heavy quilted vinyl In only 8" of space. SHOE sale! 7!>c packed away. Genuine Baptist Church.

'.,. front and 'top Delicate print In FILE: Holds up to 18 pairs of la Jumbo size blanket bag holds 2 parodichloroben, McClelland previously ran
'; dies' shoes 9 pairs of men's comforters or 4 blankets zen for full protection
white for the office of
pink or turquoise, on Ideal also' for storage of draperies District 1
shoes
I and clothing' constable In 1959, but was
Maas' Notions defeated by the incumbent,
l Gene Giles Giles is not run.

1 L.: : : H_ u 'Br-- .. nlng again, McClelland said

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Quinn Seeks


Seat In


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/ .w-- the most fantastic
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BEATLES HA VEN-Q. Quit-
"I'. ...._......_._...__! savings in man Quinn, 31, has qualified
; fir1 I JMIIXMI as a candidate in the Group 2

They are here fi:=, Mercury IP'sregularly I i\- Polk County legislative,race.

Quinn gave up his post with
the "Beatles" \ the Polk County
Food Com-
,, 1 .49stale modity office
to enter the t. ''
regularly 276sale 'w1 .rr.aS race for the

House of Representatives-
1
seat now held
>* iY. M IIMUI \ by Ray Mattoxof
Winter Hav-
en. Jack Turner .
a SJ- 99A Auburn-
dale architect,
2.09 has also announced QUINN
for the race.

Quinn Is native of Polk
a
"
collection of truly sensational ? 5 ,
County, and a graduate of
i, HI-FI itff/ savings in Mercury, tl Bartow High School and the
Wing LPs featuring such top'We wacun* l m winy University of Florida. He Is a
,I I '- captain In the Air Force Reserve .
I "hod selling artists as1: [ 'j serving as intelligence
present all 3 LP's Capitol I -a-Waytl
officer. He is also a memberof
currently available by the The Platters the Polk County Democratic
stereo phonograph Lawrence Welk Executive Committee.He .
Beatles," the sensational Patti Page a 'r'ee is married and makes his

( group that has literally Frankie Lame home at 105 9th St., NW, Wah-
++ specially priced neta.
S
t token the country by Richard Hayman Quinn said he will run on a
k' sale $44 Sil Austin tiiecue'ew platform for economic growth.He .
storm The "Beatles" on Jan August Y, said that Polk County has

Capitol, Vee Joy and Harmonicats slipped from its rank as thestate'
Separate tone end volume control for each speaker Sarah Vaughan fifth largelt'county In
MGM I labels I Hurry and population, despite the coun
Y compact cabinet only 9" deep, weighs only 27 Vi Dinah Washington I ty's many advantages in lakes,

;at get yours today. pounds Automatic shut-off, VM 4-speed changer, groves, attractions and
And moreNo
many, many schools.
turnover cartridge two-tone finish. I
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gray ,
We need to work togetherto
All.. Selections n.
Available. I 1. Stere. .,.Lue, Ni make Polk County the fin
est in Florida." he said.rr .

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| Britain's Wilson Says He Will S SHOP MONDAY ANDFRIDAY, TIL' 9 P.M., LAKELAND,

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peek Nuclear-Free Zone In Europe



I l Edllor'l Note-4larold Wilson demand the recasting of Allied
leader of Briuh'i opposition defense arrangements.
Labor party arrive In Wash Talking about some of the I issues -
Inglort this week for talks with that would face a Labor
President Johnson Wilson was government and abroad Wilson
elected party leader. a year ago made these points: k
this month after the death '"f
-Under Labor
Hugh Galiskell In an exclusive management
Britain would be ready to Join
Interview with The AuocUted tam
Press fi the United State in new arrangements -
he discussed aspect of + t .
the British and world politicalacenes. 'to guarantee the
r
Middle East nation against a.-
gression.He .
By ARTHUR L. CAVSHON considers that if democ- t
LONDON (AP)-Harold Wll- racy I.I to survive in Southeast r
ton said Saturday the Labor ,4 r Asia both India and Malaysia! e e eI t
government he expects: to lead must be helped to preserve their I
will work within the North Atlantic Independence and to build up
Treaty Organization to + i their economic strength.
try to establish a nuclear-free -He Is confident that foreign .
zone In central Europe. governments, banker and in- l
THe scorned suggestions that -" duitrlalists will work effectively!
Britain under the Labor party i., from the putset with Britain If
would move away from her allies Labor wins power. And he said 4
toward a middle or neutral he would welcome American Investors -
position between the Americanand who might contribute to
Soviet Superpowers. British Industrial techniques '

"We shall remain loyal to the -.r and know-how. \ _
Alliance the 47-year-old chair.*
man of Britain's Labor party SUNDAY DINNER
.aid firmly, INCLUDES famous Ambassador brand exclusively ours .
1 "In partnership with our allies
but not separately from PRIME RIBS your greatest value3611 !
them, we would want to do everything OF BEEF
In our power to seize
on present opportunities for removing 52.00ROAST
tension between East all porcelain 13.6 cu. ft. FROST FREE

inel West." WILSON PLANS U. 1. VISIT-Iritelii'i. Leker Party leeeer LEG

Sees Victory HereU Wllwn/ wke ,l I...i H uliir W.shlapNS sass, ieyi kit OF LAMB electric range refrigerator-freezer
t In an Interview with The Al- .//'sets' Ht mU. nicer M. (ritai* away ..*... her elllei
Oclated Press Wilson ranged '.ward' a ..."*" .. "M1! seams. In werid eHeln. Wilien end.offer $1.85 $237
home and foreign affair fcli, .*.,".....' '" ." Mwvltw with At_ie ed Prew writer Arthur $157
With confidence he has G..h". lA'< Wlre,keteltemed ) Oilier Selected C Why pay more this big FROST-FREE model
ao e> Urge tine 20-Inch even li feature loaded yet priced to fit your budget
to transmit to the party Meals and Intuloted FROST-FREE
Appetizing a Separately refrigerated
he leads free zone la In line with Iu be part of a wider program for Two smell and two 'lorgt hlph-spsed top elements rtfrlgerotor: and freezer lectioni+
'"There U a general expect Idealistic approach to nuclear mulated in I9S7 by the late' from $1.40CHlFlTlltiA e All porcelain two-piec broiler a Doubl. crispers hold 27 quorti of Gusts andRecnesd
tun in Britain that Labor willwin weaponry In general.As .
Hugh Gaitskell, then the porcelain top vegetobles105pound
the general election when' party spokesmen have defined part) SERVICE capacity freezer section hot separate
eter It is held" said Wilson.He their attitude In parliamentary leader as the basis of a European i60-i iSO P.M. e Big itorog compartment with ihtlf door

I made plain he shares that debates, they see t the settlement. It foresees abltbybit Mass''. AppUanctlNO
expectation. United States and Soviet Union t approach to arms control
;tOn Western trade with Communist as the only powers capable of to withdrawal of nucleaiweapons

nations, he said there lino developing and controlling the Germany.and In to the reunion ol ii r DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY
some ways t
difference between the Labor nuclear deterrent
policy and the Conservative Quit Pretending would cut. across existing.Alliedpolicies. l 1 HOUR FREE PARKING,WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE
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Big stocks of U S
view that Prime M'nister! Sir nu Til L.kd.ed l Hllli 14..
Alec Douglas-Home outlined to A Labor government they clear arms are kept In West Same Location 24 Y,.r
President Johnson In Washington have said would quit pretending Germany. A withdrawal would -
recently. Britain la or can be an In-
)J"In general we do not believe depedent nuclear power, British SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9, P.M.,' LAKELAND
H-bombers would remain
that blockade or economic sanctions -
are the right way to fight assigned to NATO but Labor
the struggle for competitive coexistence would give up Britain's right to
," Wilson said. pull them out for use In a national -. BIG THREE DAY SIOBEWIDE
', crisis The flotilla of nuclear
Parliament ElectionA submarines ordered by

new Parliament must be the Conservative government II
elected by Nov. S. It Is up to Polaris carriers would be convened fO@
Sir Alec to pick the date. In the to hunter-killer duty.
event of a Labor victory, Queen' Yet the Uborites would continue .
Elizabeth U would rail\ wlI.onl to keep and to deploy Brit-
to serve a* prime minister and' ain'a present stock of tactic,
form a government. nuclear weapons.The I
Labor' plan for a nuclear. denuclearized tone would
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Labor Council Urges

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BEACH (AP) -. movement, said: Tht broiler with the ultra new look .TOhixl21hxSt/2."colroy"heating'
President Johnson's declaration I "If we now engage In merely)
of war on poverty must not be, a token effort a mere skirmish element for easy cleaning it broils, grills, toasts, keeps food warm if t
allowed to fizzle Into a mer I Instead of a war-we will be deluding
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,skirmish, labor leaders said I the millions of impoverished w ,
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Saturday, and frustrating the expectations
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{Executive Council "the adj world
j ministration's .antipoverty campaign Attack. Policies
in 1964 ,must be viewed
The council said poverty ha.
[as hardly a first small step."
Its roots In unemployment. It
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bulk of the American labor which the council said are
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[ Labor Group "The main thing I. that we Deep penetrating steam, even heat sole plate. %/
need jobs," said George Meany,
:[Takes Hard president of the AFL-CIO.
"President Johnson now must HIATS
reverse nearly 10 years of stagnation TOASTS'
Line
Cuban
; in the effort to reduce -'-
,
the prevalence of poverty" the< ,.
I MIAMI BEACH (CAP) The council said.
AFL-C10 Council urged the Unit While applauding Johnson

) | ed States and Latin America announced antipoverty campaign presenting the ultimate in stainless tableware --
Saturday to take steps to end the statement'reflected
"agitation Infiltration and sub abor's growing worry over unemployment -
C
pease Yz
Cuba. and Its Impatience : R
version" from I
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Cuba ai an irreversible event in Clashed Twice .t.wen .- .: :"+o+r iw"ir "
history and to accept coexistence '
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New Appraisal Asked fq
administration policies.
r M i'efir, !
"We believe the time has come They personally told Secre- Service/ for 8 consists of r a f '. or."
for the American community ol tary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz
nations to make a new appraisalof that they are unhappy about 8 dinner forks 8 knives 1 sugar shell Cec. inr...

the serious danger posed by ohnion's opposition to writing 8 salad forks 16 teaspoons 1 butter knife _,
the unchecked expansionist ac- a 35-hour work week into federal -
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tivities of the Castro regime and law.
The Idea the council said Is
to assume collectively and firmlythe "Sienna"
responsibility of terminatingthese the only way to halt rising unemployment -
activities" the council that now totals 4.f

said. million. ;" 'MM"Mr+4rp' rMF y+.Mr-.
"It is obvious that the Communist Meany also balked at John- J'ft. .
ion's that labor abide A
regime in Cuba ls now request '
acting as the model of agitstlon by noninflationary guidelines in Mts): <1q !
infiltration and subversion for all future wage negotiation- ... .
other Latin American countries -I .
." it said 5Ft-

Split Seen As Coal University Prof r''t.' S'

"Its immediate objective U to
National Unit +
provoke and develop a broad On

split between the United States ..
and Latin America," it added. GAINESVILLE CAP) Frank L_ -_- I, Ip'A lit I > I h

The council said measures to M. Flanfgan University of Florida '" ,
correct the sdclal and economic mechanical engineering pro- riI< : r .
needs of the people of South reasor, will serve on a national
America are not enough to stem committee dealing with thermal "Futuro" "Pilgrim"
the growing Communist threat.In and moisture problems in resiences. Maas' Housewares
another statement the coun- .
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t cil urged the. United States to University officials said Saturday -
s leek an agreement with Panamato FUnigan was named to USE YOUR REGULAR 30-DAY CHARGE, OR TAKE MANY MONTHS TO PAY
end friction over the opera the mechanical section of the
lioa U toe Panama Canal. | National Bureau of Standards.: 1 HOUR FREE PARKING WITH PURCHASE OF $2 OR MORE






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A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb, 23, 1181

View Polk Phosphate OperationsBARTOW

I Former Cattleman; Files $200,000Suit Senators


Sen Jennings accompany the group, was
Against VirginiaCarolinaBy Randolph (D-W Va), a mem- called back to Washington

her of the Senate's ,subcom- hortly after a Thursday air

RONNIE STUART Willis, of the Willow Oak The suit explained that after mittee on air and water pollution pollution hearing in Tampa

Ledger Staff Writer community, charged that flu the poisons caused "trees to Haled Friday "there Is day's and was tour not present for Fri
BARTOW A 'year-old orlde emissions from V-C's be killed and and shrubs
plants
a real need for local and state
Harden Plant, located 2'/4'! Testimony Conflicts o-'M
former cattleman, who seeks "
be It "became
to Injured,
miles from his home, created government to be more active
$200,000 In has filed Randolph also stated that
damages, a "progressive and continuing necessary" for Willis to "com on pollution"
a suit charging that air pollu nuisance" pletely liquidate his herd at a Randolph made the statement testimony given at the various
tion from Virginia-Carolina hearings (the Tampa hearing
Chemical Co*s plant near Mulberry Damage Charged great loss shortly after he and was the sixth of seven such

Injured his health and The suit alleges that the member of the Senate Public hearings scheduled across the IP'1 II
forced him out of business plant "negligently emitted, expelled Works Committee staff had nation) Indicates a need for
Ridge Stamp "stepped activity on the
iiiir
Ironically, the suit was filed and cast loose or free toured International Mineralsand up of
federal level" In the field
by Charles E. Willis on Friday dusts, gases, vapors and combinations Club To Vote Chemical Co's Bonnie controlling air pollution
the memberof thereof and pollutedthe
same day a Plant near here,
the Senate's Subcommitteeon atmosphere with various On Best Noting that there are "as
Air and Water Pollution highly toxic chemical productsand StampMembers The group also inspected many sides to the question as
products including some cattle in a livestock there are Interests," Ran.
was touring Polk County to specific of the .
Ridge Stamp pavilion.Sen.
fluoride dolph explained that his
determine if the phosphate gases group
club, at their meeting Tuesday; Edmund S. Muskle (D- heard
companies are polluting the It also,charges that as a result "conflicting testimony"at
night, will cast their ballots In
Me. who scheduled to ,
air,, gases "descending" upon the annual Stamp Derby through ) was Its Tampa hearing becauseof )
"different Interests that
the defendants property "in
which collectors throughout the
... "
quantities Injurious, Cancer Crusade are Involved
.., producing country select what they con-
SINUS SUFFERERS toxic and poisoned cattle forage sider the best designed United He opined that the hear.

TRY OUR ," Willis suffered "irreparable States stamp Issued during the Leader NamedAt ings "have been productivein ,
damage" to his beef and substantial information"Randolph
I SUPER COLD CAPSULESWith that he had to sell his cattle preceding The meeting year. will be held In Lake WalesLAKE also charged that
at greatly depreciated prices emissions from the phosphate .
the basement of the Magnolia
To trine I Fast Ingredient K'l'efN I and at a lose"Charging building, Civic Center, at 7:30: WALES Max O plants "have been a contributing
Stomach Uptet: that "some cattle o'clock, with all stamp collec 1 Young will lerve as chairmanof factor" In harming cattleIn
i died and others became In tore Including winter visitors the Cancer Crusade for 1964. this area. However. he I
:. 12 Capsules Sac bad physical condition to the invited to bt present and par, He will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur quickly noted that "I don't believe
I extent that their value depreciated ticlpate in the voting. Stevens of Lake of the that Is denied." NICE VIEW-A iron touring; phosphate operation. ,In Polk County looks out ever the waterrocircuUtion
: FLORIDA PHARMACY I greatly," Willis: also asserts Fifteen stamps were issued Hills The appointments were Randolph apparently was area .t Intornotlonol Minerals and. Ckomicol Co.'s beaus Plant from tko ascend. floor

gig N. Mesa. Ave. the "air ha inhaled was during 1963 and voters will be made by Dr E. C. Burns Jr. Impressed by the operationsat landing of.the plant. Mon hi whit coot with' hand ..i..III Is G..... Sharon, assistant production.
laktlond. Fl.. toxic and caused Injuries to his asked to pick the one they con- president( of the local chapterof the Bonnie Plant, amongthe tupervlier. (Ledger Photos. Ir Stuart! jA
I upper respiratory system" sider to have been the least the American Cancer Socle- most modern of the phosphate -
necessary and the one havingthe plants in this area He
worst design In their opinion ty.The drive will take place in described the cleanliness
as well as the one they April. Committee chairmen I maintained at the plant as
NANCE'S RastvfeeTVMOTOROLA liked best, Fred Stark, program have been appointed as follows: "good housekeeping."
chairman, explained in his announcement Mrs E. E. Tyler, education: Calling the plant an "Im
j' He will display Mrs Byron Bozeman, memorials maculate operation," Ran
,copies of each stamp ; Mrs Waite Zilahy, service; dolph went on to explain that
TV STEREO RADIO COLOR TV The "Derby" Is sponsoredeach Mrs D. N Cartledge, rehabilitation "it costs money, but it pays

Complete Line of Motorola year by a nationally circulated ; Mrs Thomas McKenna, off in the long run." h
Horn. Enttrtolnmtnt Equipment stamp publication which transportation; Mrs. W. R. Noah Randolph promised a reporton
(02 W LEMON LAKELAND 682.4445 supplies the ballots and tabulates bandages, and Mrs How the hearings some time

I -_ the returns and H. Adams public relations. next fall ,

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a .I I Mlntrob and Chemical Co.'s Bonnie Plan Ii eiplalntd.
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Even at our regular! 2.99 Side-to-side stretch, sleek Beautifully sheer nylons for this low price! In

absorbent quality Iriefei cotton highly, we should 1It'lthl.! quality !. fit, comfort! Wash-wear run resistant mesh or sleek plain Flatter your A r

full cut. Sues 30 to 40 and fashion for cotton-and-nylon-stretch.. legs-and pamper your budget. Sizes 8'i to Jl

: lars more. Sanforized cotBlack, blue or yellowMisses' Also, Stretch My'2' prt $1 TRY THIS ON FOR SIZE--Georg. Sharon, right, onlitont production tuporvleor for the .....
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sizes ass cos no. sea FLAW 05 nTa1TCN
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nle Plat pnporei to place s safety h.tet.n the head of San Jennings. Randolph, who headed
the group which toured the county Friday

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,Ii. EXTa, SAVINGS I Ruby's Lawyers Hit Jury Selection
; ,
-f.02 EXTIIA SAYINGS, n. 'j 'HT.m! !
brand Grants-anon brunt BIO VALUE WASH Granla-own' brand Crnl..ow/t brunt DALLAS, Tex. (AP-The defense Oswald, accused assassin of only ones agreeable to both
PENNLEIGH PREP BOYS' JOYCE LANE charged Saturday that a President John F. Kennedy. 'sides have been Max
:; KNNIEIGH MEN'S WEAR PRINT AVRIL I'IS CIRCULAR Causey,
murder Jack
jury to Rubyis
.. COTTON SLACKS COTTON TWILL SLACKS RAYON-COTTON DRESSES MISSES' SHIRTS STITCHED COTTON BRAS being forced try down their Sought New Site I'35, and Allen W. McCoy, 39,

.. throats, although only two panel The defense repeatedly has both technical men with college
Sale 2.97 Sale 2.33 Sale 3.17 Sale 1.47 Sale 77CSIOULAILY3.5 members have been selected in sought to have the trial of Ruby, degrees

the first week of Ms trial 32, moved out of Dallas. Belli Ruby seemed tense as the
,. SIOULARir 1." aIGIILA.Lya.t. RIOUUIir 1." UOUIAILY too renewed this plea in vain,
"We are not picking a jury point- first week of trial ended He
Polished 100%" cotton is Heavyweight 100% cotton Many styles, ('010.... In new 65%Dacron.polyester% Ingot Lycra'npanrfpx! anymore," chief defense attorney ing to Phillips' admitted bias,
wash &wear. Colon.29.42. twill. Sonfonxed. 6 to 20 Spring prints.12.2014t4.24cotton.; \ New colors 30.40, Sues AA to C; 30 to 42. Melvin Belli told Judge JoeB and declaring: was pale and from time to time

Brown. "We're having a Jury "We have the burden of proofon 'he worked his jaws nervously,

Grant.own brand 56c EXTRA SAVINGS 34% EXTRA SAVINGS forced down our throats" our side Cannot your honorsee His often ready smile was not
Belli's complaint came duringthe from these conscientious Jurors -In evidence
mmi1lif.frsia.aaCranttown GINGER LANEs GIRLS' FASHION-COLOR COTTON TERRY PRINT
MORPUL* SOCKS FABRIC OXFORD KITCHEN TOWELS examination of jury candidate (sic) that they are trying I He is accused of murder with
brand Sale 77LARir Albert C. Phillips, a build- to tell us something?" malice, and the state is asking
GRANT-CREST- :. Sale 3 /,74c': Sale 1.43 Sale 3$1 Ing materials employe. He admitted The defense contends Dallas:the death penalty. The defenseis
.
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i oo fixed is biased becausethe
KNITTING WORSTED a opinion on Ruby'sNov against Ruby pleading insanity.Publisher .
IIGIILARLY 1.00 pa0. .IGULAaLY I." IIGUIAILY I f." lies 24 slaying of Lee Harvey slaying of Oswald on the
heels of Kennedy's assasmna
tion tarnished the city's image.
Plans Completed I Belli described this during the Warns
day as "the aura of unfairnessover
Grantt-own brand GRANT MAID SAVIUr02.SSIA. I'fTI"H'-n'mr :j i Negroes May
.. Judge Brown eventually ex-
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cused Phillips from the Jury be-

NEW CASUAL 45-PC. COMPLETE Grantt-own brand Square Dance I cause of his opinion, which he Lose SupportST
Sturdy 130-count cotton was not asked to state Five

r- t Fitted sheets Sanforised. FASHION COTTONS DINNERWARE GRANT CREST EASY- Plans are now complete for other prospects were excusedfor LOUIS (AP) A Mississippi
elasticized at end* the 1964 Western Style Square the same reason during the -
IN SUNNIEST COLORS SERVICES FOR 8 CARE TIER CURTAINSi newspaper publisher said
Dance, with the proceeds goingto special Saturday trial session, Friday night that civil
54 the American Cancer Society,and four more were dismissed rights
demonstrator
.rEl.airiul Sale 1 4 $1 Sale 6.44 Sale 77 according to W. O Gibson, Jr..!because they opposed capital for the who law show are turning a disregard
i Yds.REGULARLY.
'! r Find Bartow, Polk County's Crusade!punishment. neutral or sympathetic
ry' '';' tTwta SIOutA5LY Lae 44c REGULARLY L60 & '99 REGULARLY 1,00 Chairman I In all, 48 prospective jurors away from their cause persona
The dance will be held at the[have been examined since the
aiilorerDookleFitttdmouuitLV Exciting prints stripes, New Civic Center in Lakeland Hoddmg Carter, publisher of
.
l.ee. __S I. 1.74 checks. Sew-easy textures1 Two open-stock patterns! best sellersWhiteWith! Saturday, beginning at 8.00 trial began last Monday. The the Greenville Delta Democrat.
t fflirtfh..l., Some have heave "Golden Wheat" with novelty trims, or Ever- Times said "if Negro militancy

-. a RtOUlAllY 1 '- 1,64 enly drip dry finish.wheatmotlf.Ea glaze 'Mmicare' cotton mTickets may be secured at the Kathleen Band doesn't abate it's going to be
..,'. t 41.3 *Mutlln Pillow COMI, Choice selection 36 can "Provincial" with in white, colors Matching door for a SI-per-person dona[ met by increasing white militancy
"
ago.4h.ahSal.2 for IIc in. wide, green weathervane. valances available lion plus tax. Parents To MeetThe .
Callers for the squares will be I Carter, who won the Pulitzer
Sam Prescott of Winter Haven, Prize In 1946 for an editorial r.

'CHAIOI.ir 'G'X' '0:0. ; and Joe Johnson of Windemere Kathleen Senior High condemning efforts in Greenville k
...10 BAM .. ,' SOUTHGATENOMONIYDOWN. Fran and Verne Junkin of Lakeland Band Association will meet to to segregate the names of "
1 "
F 01 MONTHS TO PAY Y f"r- ; o :O :... ::, ''GROVE PARK will be in charge of the morrow night st 8 o'clock at the' Negro service men is in St :\
round dancing. Band Room of Kathleen Senior Louis to speak at Washington ..
Prizes donated by Polk County High School University He Is considered a \\1
merchants will be awarded durIng Mrs Edna Roberts, president moderate southerner on the civil '+
the dance. i urges all members to attend I rights question. I IIb
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' LAkELAND LEDGER Sunday. Feb. 23. 1901 II.A "


w, t u a Georgia Legislators Wind Up I First to Church SUNDAY-SPECIAL Then to Dinner II


'

Wild, Session On RedistrictingATLANTA I' Vermont ROAST Turkey ....... Wr


0*. (AP-Ceor-: The other eight seats were outraged legislators filled the With Pvtohwi Crnkn, Whets Drmtln. K.m.l, Snowflake Corn, 0 I -

gla lawmakers rallied behind apportioned along existing lines House chamber Intermittently .1......", MuHIm, TM, CH*.,
their youthful governor In the to a great extent. One district during the night. A leader of er Coke, Dsmsrt.TBONE.

final minutes of a 40-day session was unchanged.Gov the) defeated faction climaxed STEAKS 99
and approved after wild and bit- I i
4 4S 4d 4t'i
Carl E. Sanders won the the wild evening by ripping the
debate the
ter reapportionment I
of congressional seat. fight with a personal appeal to House clock from the wall and

In the chaotic climax early I the confused and angry House letting crash to the floor tRf1 tIlIIIH I I iii
Saturday the rural-dominated shortly before the midnight adjournment This antic was performed by
House voted by a narrow margin required by law. Rep. Denmark Groover of Bibb
to give the populous Atlanta Time actually had run out in County, perhaps the bitterest SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN
metropolitan area two congressmen the House but the official clock foe of the plan to give the Atlanta 2637 S. Flo. Ave. 219 E. Main St.
for the first time In his was stopped.Hoots area two U. S. House
tory I yells and screams of seats. I -
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.tf Hw clock sad kttiitf It _..11 t. Ikt floor Tk. tihau.uJ lewmekcrt broke. IJ-kour JndlKk .
.*" .?,*..... rt.. bill ..rf, S.",.,'., with' the clock itopp. *. ....1.) et mMnlftit. G,...., lid fettM' .bitterly .|.I.t the cemeromlx "'..,,,,.. Tkli lcryre = ; YS i J1REASIDAE

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Ellender Concedes Senate May



,Limit Civil Rights DebateWASHINGTON I I I I EHESTrof HIRSA'NS'I C /



(AP) A 67 If all 100 are on hand. House bill.
Southern Democrat, Sen. Allen Advocates of the civil rights ."Sometimes" Dirksen toll:
I J. Ellender of Louisiana conceded bill have said they cannot In. the Senate, "we set apart i i I
r Saturday that the Senate vok cloture without substantial group, a JOth of the populationand
I may clamp a limit on debate In support from the Republicans, because of tbe noise am 3 BIG DAYS !
the forthcoming battle over civil : whose floor leader, Sen. EverettM. the demonstrations that tak,
nghu Dirksen of Illinois, objects to place, their interest moves ou
EUender while pledging to one of the measures major pro of perspective and out of focus.
Join hit Dixie colleagues In an visions. Calling .this a statesmanlike, \.'
j all-out battle of words against This would ban racial discrimination attitude, Ellender said "My on);) BUY NOW AND
the administration backed' In''places of public ac fear is that there are too fey
MORE!
measure said; I commodation. senators who share his belle fi' 'H SAVE EVEN

I .. "It .U possible, however that Senate leaden have said they and courage." ,7 Soon-by order of the FCC-
should Southerners talk at expect the battle over the bill. T be
> all Television will have to
i length on a motion to take up,which the House passed 290-130 r
the bill, a Cloture motion may on Feb 10, to go on for months: KEEP UP both VHF and UHF. This will
be successful." Short of cloture, the only wayto cost about $30 more. Save
bring a determined filibusterto that extra charge by Buying
Clolure Debate Limit WITHTHE
I an end .Is to wear out the opponents COLOR TV NOW
Cloture ii. a limitation on do- physically through {
bate.. designed to shut off filibusters !' around-the-clock sessions TIMES! r
and reach a vote on an
59 Must Attend
issue before the Senate. It has
( not been invoked on a civil' This Is difficult In the case of Aluminum Windows art Prices Start
rights bill' in this century. I civil rights, sine only a handfulof proven highly satiifac } t
If, u Ellender speculated the II or so Southern oppo fury>> and ,are being used .. i."' ; a As Low As
| cloture should be invoked on a nents need be on hand, while the on all types of new con t -- :
motion to take up the bill, this bill's backers must have SO or INar
would not prevent a new talk. more In the Senate or nearby to _..--:. Q
fest from breaking out as soon assure a quorum, ; _
as the bill is formally before Ellender called attention to s- 00
I the Senate. remarks which Dirksen made $448
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Imposition of cloture requiresthe after receiving threats that his. Ji J WIT
[ affirmative vote. of two- home and office would be picketed
,thirds of the senators voting, or to enlist his support of the



)[All Integrated I Alabama At Schools Same Time;>> Bed 16" PORTABLE TVWhy



almost much for a "Tiny" TV when afew
MONTGOMERY Ala. ...- A the schools away from the state Awning Window pay as
hree-judje federal panel with and gave it to local boards.The .
pennies more will buy this giant, lite
old an Immediate ruling today; state's placement I law has
'after closing a two-day hearini been uplicld on Its face by the 16" screen? Priced W.i9ht.$13995|
which could lead to a federa U.S. Supreme Court but the
court order desegregating al high tribunal warned at that WEIGHS LESS THAN A 2.YR..OlD K'lg2o
Alabama schools at one time. time that it conceivably could
,
The court asked opposing attorneys be thrown out if found to be
to file written brief; improperly administered. I
giving their arguments on the Until a ruling U made on the,
essential points of law involved preliminary injunction request.: e
Negro and Justice Departmen ed to prohibit further interference
attorneys were given until March In Macon County schools,I 7ITH 23" CONSOLE TV PORTABLE STEREO
13 to file their written argu a temporary restraining order I

menu, and after the deadline will remain In force .
for state and Macon county at State School Supt. Austin RI Jalousie WindowReplacement w ,
torneys 20 dkys later, they have Meadows told the panel that the' Genuine solid woods and veneers ..!.I.. '"-" ,
10 days to file an answer, State Board of Education exercises Of e I
no control over the opera. .. e Automatic "Fringe Lock" Circuit !' i'4" 00.
!
Stat Control Alleged I
Present Windows

During the hearing, Negro attorneys tion.Gray contends that by closing I' Made Without ': Spotlight Dial t ,,1 t

tried to show a patten desegregated Tuskegee High I\ 1 1I Ia
e 21,000 Volts Picture Power
of state control over city am School the state board provedit Change Of I-; I il '

county schools to back up theli had control over local IChOOII'1 Opening Size I: _' Big 7"x5" Speaker I 1
contention that the federal pane The state ., t tl tlPriced
should direct all Alabama'Ischools ). fisted that Tuskegee High was, :
desegregated. closed only as an economic liability : As $22900 ,
Th. panel also left pending a because of a mass white'' .. i a I
which left the school '
request for a continuing Injunc boycott Low As -r
tion against state and county with an enrollment of only 12 11 2715R' k
authorities to prohibit further Negroes after it was desegregated
MODIL LPS 4S.7NITHe
Interference with the already desegregated .

County.In schools of Macor 23" LO-BOY TV Ultra>Thin, extra lightweight e

addition, the Negroes asked Two Checks Boost I new concept in Stereo styling.
the court to prohibit the use
of state funds to pay tuitior Band Fund Drive On Swivel Base
grants to private school pupil lonith Portable Stereo
who refuse to attend integrated HorizontalSliderWindaw Genuine solid I woods and veneers $7995
public schools In Macon County Past $5,000Two Ig Priced A. low A.
and are enrolled In a private e Peek Picture Control
'
segregated school at Tuskegee,,
Macon Academy, checks for $1,000 each- e "Fin Cooled" Power TransformerSuper
one from the Lakeland High
Also among the points the School Athletic Association and Turret Tuner
court asked Included in the the other from the City of Lakeland i : Target QO RADIOS
I ZENITH
briefs wen: boosted t) I5.SOO the' Big 9" 6" SpeakerPriced $259WT
Should the state's grant It amount collected so far by the' i

aid law be whether declared unconstitutional the court- Cherry Blossom Festival I As low As 27I7R Wide choice of Table
or mittee In its drive to Com-I
should rule that grants are per 000 to send the Lakeland and Transistor radios.
mlsslble but cannot be used U
School Band to Washington inApril.
perpetuate. lation. \I' I These are only samples of the many values now at

Public Status Questioned In latest progress report,

Whether there has been Anderson committee said chairman that there James are D.i ; Taggart & Peterson. Don't wait buy now and. Priced $1695save

public interference, public
now 15 "patron" contributors As Low As
services and use of public funds
firms and organizations that, !
to such an extent that the Macon have contributed $100 or more.i iIn
Academy should be made a addition to the city and the Single-Hung
party and given. an opportunityto high school athletic association, Window
be heard on whether it has other patrons not previously re,
become a public institution anda ported Include Florida Favor PRECISION INfilNIIRIO
part of the public school 1). te Fertilizer; Florida National HIAVY ALUMINUM MS.eeye.000Sl.
tem. Bank: Grave Park Merchants' SICTIONS Don't Miss This
Whether the court should Association: and the International EASILY RIMOVAILI :
declare the Alabama placementlaw Chemical Workers Union, SCRIIHS Your Dealer With! Service
constitutional In its appli, Local 377.Anderson's. I FULLY WIATHIRSTRIPPID Tremendous SALE!

cation.Only one attorney Marion: 13 new report: acFJv:1 also listed: PHONE FOR FREE Now You Can OPEN
Rushin representing the Stall orz : ESTIMATES agga .-t Ii

Board of Education, gave s, more: Shannon R. Anderson:' Enjoy The Best FRI NIGHT
closing argument He argued I Dixieland Lions Club; Florida FINANCINGMcGinnes n
r
* that there la no legal way the'Sheet Metal Works; Lakeland In Entertainment At % Peerso. .. ';'IL 9
I court could do what the Negro I Ledger; Lakeland Medical Arts, I .
rattorneys sod Justice Depart.'lnc.. Lakeland Rotary Club;
,t
LOW PRICES!
,' ment lawyers are asking. Lonnell. Inc., Peoples Packing LOW :
I, He contended that the "free Company W G, Strickland; LUMBER COMPANYMU I::rsssssrsssssrasssrxsssssrr. sl 110 KerneYwood-Opposite Southgate
c/ dom of choice" amendment tc I Superior Paving Inc. F W 6.3141
the state constitution took all]"Woolworth Co., and Wrenn Furniture 600 W Main St.
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I Former Cattleman: Files $200,000Suit Senators View Polk Phosphate OperationsBARTOW


Sen Jennings accompany the group, was
Against VirginiaCarolinaBy Randolph (D-W Va.), a memo called back to Washington
shortly after a Thursday air
I ber of the Senate's subcommittee
RONNIE STUART Willis, of the Willow Oak The suit explained that after on air and water pollution pollution hearing in Tampa
Ledger Surf Writer community charged that flu. the poisons caused "trees to stated Friday "there is and was not present for Friday's
tour
BARTOW A year-old orlde emissions from V-Ca
be killed and plants and shrubsto a real need for local and state
Harden Plant, located 2Vi Conflicts
former cattleman who seek be it Testimony
Injured "becamenecellary"
miles from his home, created governments to be more active
$200,000 In damages, hat filed a "progressive and continuing for Willis to "com on pollution"Randolph Randolph also stated that
a suit charging that air pollu nuisance" pletely liquidate his herd at a made the state- testimony given at the various ,
tion from Virginia-Carolina hearings (the Tampa hearing
Chemical Co.'. plant near Mulberry Damage ChargedThe great loss. ment shortly after he and was the sixth of seven such

Injured hi* health and suit alleges that the members of the Senate Public hearings scheduled across the
forced him out of business plant "negligently emitted, ex Works Committee staff had nation) Indicates a need for I Ii
Ironically the suit was filed polled and cast loose or free Ridge Stamp toured International Minerals "stepped up activity on the '
by Charles E Willis on Friday dusts, gases, vapors and combinations Club To Vote and Chemical Co's Bonnie federal level"air In the field of
the came day a memberof thereof" and polluted Plant near here. controlling pollution.
the Senate's Subcommitteeon the atmosphere with 'various On Best Noting that there are "as
Air and Water Pollutionwas highly toxic chemical products Stamp i The group also Inspectedsome many sides to the question as

touring Polk County to and products Including specific Members of the Ridge Stamp cattle in a livestock there are Interests," Ran
determine if the phosphate fluoride gases." club pavilion dolph explained that his group
at their
meeting Tuesday
companies are polluting the It also that Sen. Edmund S. Muskie (D- heard "conflicting testimony"at
charges as a result night, will cast their ballots In
Me.), who was scheduled toe
air "descending" Its Tampa hearing becauseof r
gases upon the annual Stamp Derby through : r7 r
.., :the defendant property "in which collectors throughout th "different interests that
quantities producing injurious, country select what they e Cancer Crusade are involved," (
SINUS SUFFERERS toxic and poisoned cattle forage eider the best designed United He opined that the hearings .
TRY OUR ," Willis suffered 'Irrepar States stamp Issued during the: Leader NamedAt 'have been productivein "
able damage" to his beef and substantial Information
SUPER COLD CAPSULESWith that he had to sell his cattle preceding The meeting year. will be held In Lake WalesLAKE Randolph also charged that n

I Ingrodionti at'greatly depreciated prices the basement of the Magnolia emissions from the phosphate
T. .ring, Fart Relief and at a loss." building Civic Center at 7:30: WALES Max O plants "have been a contributing -
N. Stomach U,.... Charging that "some cattle o'clO\.k. with all stamp collectors Young will serve as chairmanof factor" In harming cattleIn Ml
died and others became In including winter visitors the Cancer Crusade for 1964 this area. However, he
i' 12 Capsules 98c bad physical condition to the invited to bt present and participate He will be assisted by Mrs. Arthur quickly noted that "I don't believe
I extent that their value depreciated In the voting. Stevens of Lake of the that Is denied." NICE VIEW. -A croup touring; phe.ph.ro opemtlont 'In folk. Count leeks. out over the w.terrocirculetlon
:., FLORIDA PHARMACY : '' Randolph apparently was Chemtcol C.'I Bonnie Plant from the lecond door
greatly, Willis also asserts Fifteen stamps were Issued Hills. The appointment. were ore ot Internorionol Micah end
911 N. M.... A... the 'air he inhaled was I during 1963 and voters will be made by Dr. E, C Burns Jr., Impressed by the operationsat 1.1,,. of.the plent Man In white coot with hand raited .It George Shares, itltteitt productionuporriior
Loktlond. Fl.. toxic and caused Injuries to his I asked to pick the one they consider president of the local chapterof the Bonnie Plant, among (Lodger Ph.... By Stuart) >
I upper respiratory system"NANCE'S to have been the least the American Cancer Society the most modern of the phos
necessary and the one havingthe phate plants In this area He i
worst design In their opinion The drive will take place In described the cleanliness '.
V as well as the one they April Committee chairman I maintained at the plant as
Radiov&e liked best, Fred Stark, program have been appointed as follows: "good houaekeeplng"Calling
chairman, explained In his announcement Mrs, E E, Tyler, education; the plant an "im xd
MOTOROLATV He will display Mrs. Byron Bozeman, memorl maculate operation." Ran iH.r :
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it itI copies of each stamp, all; Mrs. Waite Zilahy, service; dolph went on to explain that rA r
STEREO RADIO COLOR TV The "Derby" Is sponsored Mrs. D. N, Cartledge, rehabili- "it costs money but It pays ,
Complete Lint of Motorola each year by a nationally cir. tation, Mrs. Thomas McKenna, off in the long run"
Horn Enttrtolnmtnt Equipment ciliated stamp publication which transportation; Mrs. W, R. Noah Randolph promised a reporton r
802 W. LEMON LAKELAND 682.444S supplies the ballots and tabulates bandage., and Mrs Howard the hearings some time
the returns H. Adams, public relations. next fall.
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Grants-own brand :t ,' ",e.r"" .. Senate' Public Work Committee, arms folded, Italic 01 one photo of the oporotioni ot Interaction

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Double-back Irltfii.highly at our regular! 2.99 -to- stretch, sleek "
absorbent quality cotton. we should sell this qual fit comfort: Wash-wear run resistant mesh or sleek plain: Flatter your
full cut. Sizes 30 to 40 ity and fashion for dolcottonandnylonstretch. legs-and pamper your budget. Sizes 84 to 11

.; lars more Sanforized cot. Black blue or yellowMisses' Alto, Stretch Nylon. Sal I. 2 prt, $1
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,,,. IXTRA SAYINGS Ruby's Lawyers Hit Jury Selection
1.02IXTRr'SAYINGS IKIMI.lf.ULLLLICranfioirn 5-H1 ;: n'j'' [<1I

:: Granli-cum brand Grantt-own bread BIG VALUE WASH & brand Cr..o"/l6o.11 DALLAS Tex. (AP-The defense Oswald, accused assassin of''only ones agreeable to both
PENNLEICH PREP BOYS' charged Saturday that a President John F. ,
'ENNLEIGHMEN'S WEAR PRINT AVRIL' JOYCE LANE' I'SIS' CIRCULAR Kennedy sides have been Max Causey
murder jury to try Jack Rubyis '
COTTON TWILL SLACKS
: COTTON SLACKS RAYON-COTTON DRESSES MISSES' SHIRTS STITCHED COTTON BRAS being forced down their Sought New Site 35, and Allen W. McCoy, 39,

throats although only two panel The defense repeatedly has both technical men with college
Sale 2.97 Sale 2.33 Sale 3.17 Sale 1.47 Sale 77C members have been selected in sought to have the trial of Ruby, degrees.

.. the first week of his trial, 52, moved out of Dallas. Belli Ruby seemed tense as the
.lOULAILT 0 aiOULARLY 1" RiauLARir j." IOULARIY 1." MOUIARIT 1.00 renewed this plea in vain,
"We are not picking a Jury point- first week of trial ended. He
Polished 100%" cotton Is Heavyweight 100%" cotton Many styles colon in new Dacron'potyetter%" InsctLycratepandezyolp! anymore," chief defense attorney -ing to Phillips' admitted bias,
wash&wear.Colon 29.42. twill. Snnforued. 6 to 20. Spring prints. 12.20,14'; \'-24'Vi, cotton. New colon 30-40. Sues AA to C: 30 to 42 Melvin Belli told Judge JoeB. and declaring: was pale and from time to time

.. Brown "We're having a jury "We have the burden of proofon he worked his jaws nervously.
forced down our throats" our side. Cannot your honorsee His often ready smile was not
(Iranli-own brand 56c EXTRA SAVINGS 34% EXTRA SAVINGS
."L-," *t..,-.*-\'m[*1 GINGER LANE' GIRLS' PASHION-COLOR COTTON TERRY PRINT Belli s complaint came duringthe from these conscientious ju in evidence,
MORPULISOCKS ,FABRIC OXFORD KITCHEN TOWELS examination of jury candi- rors (sic) that they are tryingto He is accused of murder with
C.n"II6/l1I Sale 77c C. bUild- tell us something
date Albert Phillips a
malice and the state it askingthe
GRANT-CREST4oa. Sale 3A'..74C Sale 1.43 Sale 3'I Ing materials employe. He admitted The defense contends Dallasis death penalty The defense
MOULAIIY 1 00
KNITTING WORSTED a fixed opinion on Ruby'sNov biased against Ruby becausethe is pleading insanity.Publisher .
RIOULARLY 1.00 PICO) RIOULAKir 1." mouusiY 2 far $1 24 slaying of Lee Harvey slaying of Oswald on the
heels of Kennedy's assassination .
I tarnished the city's Image.
Plans CompletedFor Belli described this during the' Warns
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day as "the aura of unfairnessover
Grant*-own brand GRANT MAID IiiBIiI ti'H'j"U.. 1 01 Imu tH "n'W[.H Cancer Fund the case" .i'I Negroes May
FIRST QUALITY MUSLIN SHEETS Judge Brown eventually excused
Phillips from the jury be-
__ NEW CASUAL 45-PC. COMPLETE Grants-own brand Square DancePlans cause of his opinion, which hewas Lose SupportST
a Sturdy 130-count cotton i not asked to state Five
a Fitted sheets SanforLted, FASHION COTTONS DINNERWARE GRANT CREST EASY. are now complete for other prospects were excusedfor
: ali = LOUIS (AP) A Mississippi
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zr eluttclzed *nd' the 1964 Western Style Square the same reason during the,
IN SUNNIEST COLORS SERVICES FOR 8 CARE TIER CURTAINSrrxlee" newspaper publisher said
Dance, with the proceeds goingto special Saturday trial session. Friday night that civil
the American Cancer and four more were dismissed' rights

.r : .:.rll.rilrtra4 Twlann.d Sale I54tr 4 Yds.REGULARLY. $1 Sale 6.44 Sale 77''r : Bartow according, Polk to W County's O SocietY'1 punishment because they opposed capital neutral demonstrators for or sympathetic the who law show are turning a disregard -

.,Ill ,' -a tae 44c REGULARLY I 6t t '.99 REGULARLY 1.0011x101"w ChairmanThe In all, 48 prospective jurors away from their cause persons
dance will be held at the nave been examined since the
Dwkh tittsd, Exciting prints, stripes, New Civic: Center in Lakeland trial began last Monday The Hoddmg Carter publisher of
Aeeuutiyl.eeSole 1.74 checks Sew.easy tex Two open-etockpatterns! 3 be t-sellers! WhlhlWlth at 8 00 the Greenville Delta Democrat-
Saturday, beginning ;
I lutt"Het Iheett, rures1 Some have heov. "Golden Wheat with novelty trims, or Ever- Times said "if Negro militancy
-,) RIOUIARIT_ SeIe' 1.64 enly drip dry finish wheatmotif.EarlyAmeri glaze 'Minicare' cotton p.m Tickets may be secured at the Kathleen Band I doesn't abate it's going to be
41.J4"Muilln Pill.w C.ui. "Provincial" with lnhltt>, colon Matching met by
r can [ increasing white mili.t.ncy"
donation
Choice selection 36 door for a $1-per-person
f' RIO.Ocoach_Sale 3 for '
IPt weathervane, valances available
; in. wide green plus tax. Parents To MeetThe
Callers for the squares will be I Carter who won the Pulitzer
Sam Prescott of Winter Haven, I Prize in 1946 for an editorial .
.I : : and Joe Johnson of Windemere Kathleen Senior High condemning efforts in Green ,
CHARM'ir An'1lIr. T. R 'T :00.
., SOUTHGATENOMONIVDOWN.'OD Fun and Verne Junkin of Lake. Band Association will meet to ville to segregate the names of /
OS MONTHS TO PAT ...,0W'f,1f.' 'C" .;..;.; } """"'.o'Ui"- -'"! I GROVE PARK land will be in charge of the morrow night at 8 o'clock at the Negro service men. Is In St. ;II t:
:t '.J;: round dancing. Band Room of Kathleen Senior Louis to speak at Washington '.
Prizes donated by Polk County High School University He ts considered a C",
merchants will be awarded dur- Mrs Edna Roberts president moderate southerner on the civil 'I 1
ng the dance. urges .members\ to attend. rights question r

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Georgia Legislators Wind Up I First to Church SUNDAY-SPECIAL Then to Dinner



Wild, Session On Redistricting j ROASTVermont

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+ ATLANTA Qt. (AP-O8or- The other eight seat were outraged legislator filled the WM Cr..kr..J D.....".,
fI.k. ,........ What Ktnwt
lawmaken rallied behind existing lineato House chamber Intermittently
y. //1Lt 4 gla apportioned along gleeberry MaSOns. Tn,
ti their youthful governor In the a great extent. One district during the night. A leader of Of C.h. Dessert.TBONE.
final minutes of a 40-day session was unchanged. 'the defeated faction climaxedthe STEAKS 99'
and approved after wild and bitter
debate the reapportionment Gov. Carl E. Sanders won the wild evening by ripping the!

of congressional ie ts. fight with a personal appeal to House clock from the wall and I
In the chaotic climax early!the confused and angry House,letting it crash to the flour ilJJK1STORES
Saturday, the ruraldominatedHouse shortly before the midnight adjournment This antic was performed by
voted by a narrow mar required by law. Rep. Denmark Groover of Bibb
__ ---r gin to five the populous Atlanta Time actually had run out In County perhaps the bitterestFoe SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN
metropolitan area two congressmen the House but the official clock I'' of the plan to give the Atlanta 2637 S. Flo. A". 219 E. Main St.
for the flnt time In his was topped. area two U. S. House
tory. Hoot, yells and acreama of,seat*.
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.>f tt. clock end lifting, It _..It te Iht -. The .xh.ui>.4 Uwmcktn. brott e IJ-kour 4ndlo
.y end .".... Hi. kill nrly S.turd.y with th. clock ...p,., t. st...* .ff ", ."d...., .douriimi.t| .f hi L
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WII fH.d. ky gob C.lm .< the Aygytt Chronkl.lAS) WlrapkcUl. ,'GIVING' YOU THE HySToA j.J1REASDAE


Ellender Concedes Senate May

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Limit Civil Rights DebateWASHINGTON BJiRGAINS



(AP) A ST If all 190 are on hand House bill.
I Southern Democrat, Sen. Allen Advocate of the civil rights "Sometimes," Dirksen told I
,1. Ellender of Louisiana, conceded bill have said they cannot In- the Senate, "we set apart a
Saturday that the Senate voke cloture without substantial group, a JOih of the population, 1
may clamp a limit on debate in support from the Republicans, and because of the noise and 3 BIG DAYS rYCHESTof
the forthcoming battle over civil whose floor leader, Sen. EverettM. the demonstration that take '
right I Dirksen of Illinois, objects to place, their Interest moves out '
Ellender, while pledging to one of the measure' major provision of perspective and out of focus."
1 join his Dixie colleague In an *. Calling this a statesmanlike
all-out battle of word againstthe This would ban racial discrimination attitude, Ellender said "My only BUY NOW AND
administration -backed' in 'place of public 'accommodation fear la that there are too few
measure said; senator who share hi. belief 'H SAVE EVEN MOREl! (
"It Is possible, however, that Senate leaders have said they and courage." !
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should Southerner talk at expect the battle over the bill. ---- -----
length on a motion to take up Which the House passed 290130on oil Television will hox* to b*
I the bill, a cloture motion may Feb. 10.to go on for months KEEP UP both VHF and UHF. This will
j f [ be successful. Short of cloture the only wayto cost about $30 more Save

Cloture Debate Limit bring a determined filibuster WITHTHE 4 j I that extra charge by Buying
to an end U to wear out the opponent j COLOR TV NOW
Cloture II a limitation on da- physically through 1
| bate designed to shut off filibusters ..round-the-clock sessions. TIMES!
find reach a vote on an
50 Must Attend
s issue before the Senate. It has
[ not been invoked on a civil This U difficult In the case of Aluminum Window. art { I Prices Start .
[ right bill In this century.If civil right, since only a handful proven highly satlifac/ fl w w s.y

a* Ellender speculated, of the 19 or so Southern opponents fury and ,are being used .... As Low As 1'
I cloture should be Invoked on a need be on hand, while the on all types of now con .y
[ motion to take up the bill, this'3iU's backers must have SO or struction..
would not prevent a new talk- more In the Senate or nearby to 9
feat from breaking out as lOOn assure a quorum. "
[as the bill I I. formally before Ellender called attention to s-
|the Senate. I remark which Dirksen made $448
Imposition trf cloture requires after receiving threat that his j
the affirmative vote of two- home and office would be pick _
thirds of the senator voting, or eted to enlist his support of the i
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Ail Alabama Schools To Be I


J Integrated At Same Time I 16" PORTABLE TV


almost much for "Tiny" TV when a
j t MONTGOMERY. Ala (ff>- A the schools away from the stateand Awning Window Why pay as a
Wi' ree-judge federal panel with gave it to local boards. ;
few pennies more will buy this giant, lite
JsWlr 4 ield an Immediate ruling today I The state's placement law hu
after closing a two-day hearing been upheld on It* face by the 16" screen? Priced wei9ht'$13995
which could lead to a federal ,U.S. Supreme Court but the
.court order desegregating all high tribunal warned at that I 'WEIGHS LESS THAN A 2-YR.-OLD K.1a2o
Alabama schools at one time. time that it conceivably could
The court asked opposing attorneys be thrown out if found to be
to file written briefs Improperly administered '
giving their argument on the Until a ruling I* made on the
esaential point of law Involved. preliminary Injunction requested .
Negro and Justice Department to prohibit further Interference .
attorney were given until March In Macon County schools,! 23" CONSOLE TV PORTABLE STEREO
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and after the deadline will remain In force.
} for state and Macon county attorneys State School Supt. Austin R. Jalousie WindowReplacement
20 day later, they have Meadow told the panel that the Genuine solid woods and veneers
10 days to file an answer Stat Board of Education exercises Of
s State Control Alleged no control over the opera' Present Windows Automatic "Fring Lock" Circuit c Q I
tion. I
During the hearing Negro at- Gray contends that by closing Made Without "l] Spotlight Dial. i
torneys tried to show a pattern desegregated Tuskegee Hlgl I h 4
of state control over city and School the stat board proved Change Of I, 21,000 Volt Picture Power I

county school to back up their'It had control over local schools Opening Size Big 7"x5" Speaker iI
contention that the federal panel! The state superintendent in f
should direct all Alabama'i slated that Tuskege High was I '
school desegregated :closed only a. an economic II- Priced As $22900
The panel also left pending a ability because of a mall white, ;
request for a continuing Injunction boycott which left the school: t
against state and county with an enrollment of only K' / U ZTISR' Low As
authorities to prohibit further Negroes after It was desegregated
interference with the already desegregated : MODEL IPS 45

County. schools of Macon ...... ", .7N1TH23": LO-BOY TV Ultra-Thin, extra lightweight e

In addition the Negroes ask-,Two Checks Boost : in Stereo styling.
new concept
ed the court to prohibit the use I
of state funds to pay tuition Band Fund Drive On Swivel Base
grants to private school pupils
Zenith Portable' Stereo
who refuse to attend integratedpublic HorizontolSliderWindow Genuine solid woods and veneer $7995
schools In Macon County Past $5,000Two Priced/ At low AIZENITH
and are enrolled in a privatesegregated C Pk Picture Control
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school at Tuskegee
Macon Academy. check for $1,000 each- "Fin Cooled" Power Transformer
from the Lakeland
one High
Also, the points the
among School Athletic Association and! --
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Super Target --
Included In the -
asked
court the other from the City of Lake $ oo
brief were: Inaid land boosted f> 13,500 the I IW Big 9"x6" Speaker 259 RADIOS
state'
Should the grant
:amount collected *o far by the

law or be whether declared unconstitutional the court- Cherry mute In Blossom ill drive Festival to Com-I Priced At low At . W/T s7I7R Wide choice of Table

should rule that grant are permissible 000 to send the Lakeland and Transistor radios.
but cannot be used to School Band to Washington in ILJI
perpetuate, segregation. April. I These are only samples of the many values now at
Public Status Questioned I In his latest progress report,

Whether there hat been committee Anderson said chairman that there James are D. I Taggart & Peterson. Don't wait buy now and Priced $1695save
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public interference public
now 15 "patron" contributors
services and use of public funds :firms and organization that As low AtDon't
to such an extent that the Macon ,lave contributed $100 or more.
Academy should be made a :In addition to the city and the Single-Hung
party and given an opportunityto high school athletic association, Window
be heard on whether it has other patrons not previously reported -
become a public Institution and, include: Florida Favor- PRECISION INGINIIRID
a part of the public school sys Ite Fertilizer; Florida National MIAVV ALUMINUM I
tem. tank; Grove Park Merchant, IICTIONSIASILY i Miss This f &k44 I I I
Whether the court should Association; and the International RIMOVAILJ .
declare the Alabama placementlaw Chemical Worker Union,' SCRUMS Your Dealer With Service
constitutional In it* appli Local 377.Anderson's. I FULLY WIATHIRSTRIPPID Tremendous SALE
cation. also listed
Only one attorney, Marion 12 new Cherry report Blossom Festival PHONE FOR FREE Now You Can
Ruihin, representing tile State 'sponsors" contributing $33 or ESTIMATESFINANCING y -"Ii.-t Ii OPEN
Board of Education, gave a nor: Shannon R. Anderson: Enjoy The Best
, closing argument He argued Dixieland Lion Club; Florida i FRI NIGHT
,, that there la no legal way the Sheet Metal Work: Lakeland I In Entertainment At .4 ; 9
I court could do what the Negro Ledger; Lakeland Medical Art, i Pe' erso'IL
1attorney.i\, and Justice Depart- nc.. Lakeland Rotary Club, McGinncs I
.: ment lawyer are asking. xmnell, Inc.. Peoples Packing LOW LOW PRICES! :.

\U' He contended that the "free- Company W G Strickland; LUMBER COMPANYMU \ .. '....... =.... 110 Kerneywood-Opposite Southgate
'I dom of choice" amendment to Superior Paving, Inc. F W 6-3Ml
r the state constitution took all,Woolworth Co. and Wrenn Furniture 600 W. Main St,
.\ authority for the operation of Co. J 1



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FxCEL1-ti ID. 7 9 e FIRST U. S. WHEAT ARRIVES' 'IN RUSSIA-Th. Am.rken freighter Emlono h shows ,In 04.,.., ,
Steaks SAVE RII'''., oftof arriving' with the Ant shipment .l U. S. whet for the Soviet \1,1.... Th. v...l!
Prices. ElUttive Feb 24 Thru Feb 26 Center Cut Smoked. 20clb. ....k.. with' IN ce,.. of C.500 ten of whtt. This elcti.ro li from the Soviet ogenc T.... Pork Chops Wlrephoto vie coblo from MMCOW

1010 E. ROSE ST. LEAN PORK ;
I Soviets Complain Some U. S.
813 S. FLORIDA AVE. Per 79 .LbMori.
Pound Steaks 79c 1

Quantity Rights Reserved Wheat Was Spoiled, On Arrival

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DEEP SOUTHPeanut
'rUe Weq ODESSA U.S.S.R. (AP) the American Export.Isbrand- The people of Odessa have
B 2Lb. 69c >1 '' Soviet authorities complained sten Line of New York It was not been told by their local
\ u tt er. Jar IPEE -CUt SPECIALSSAVE American yesterday. that some of the loaded at Norfolk Va. newspaper that the American
purchased wheat Shellenberger acknowledged ship is in the harbor. But the
now being unloaded here was that some of the wheat was communist party organ, Prav-
Limit One With $3 or More Order MAXWELL HOUSE 10 spoiled by "green" lumber clicking to the sides of the da published In Moscow, had
\ used aboard the delivery chip. bins but said spoilage was a brief report on the back
: The lumber forms' bins for very little. Generally he said page that the Exilona had arrived
Sl29I 8,500 tons of wheat first the Russians were quite satisfied with wheat bought in
Inst consignment of U. S. grain to with the wheat a durum the United States.Winston .
Coffee reach the Soviet Union,duringthe variety from North Dakota.
present shortage. The Soviet complaint recalled
Unloading began at midnight one they made when School
Friday and yesterday Soviet the first Canadian wheat arrived
authorities said some of the earlier this winter: that Gets Freedoms
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f 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS SAVE lOe BLACKKNIGHT WHOLE UNPEELEDApricots lumber was green or wet. said this time
this coupon and tht purchue..fIe4 They made their complaint to the Russians also expressed Elementary School
i libby't ml" J. A. Shellenberger a consultant concern about chemicals usedto received a George WashingtonHonor
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WITH GOLDWATER IN NEW give our own industries and our mouth and Nashua aeeklng support In Hookiett, where about lot
UST ST LOUIS, IlL (AP- w HAMPSHIRE (AP-Sen. Barry own working people an even In the March 10 presidential people jammed a hall, Goldwa
nk (Buster) Wortman, Goldwater of Arizona Saturday break In the competitive world preference primary. ter said the Democratic administration S I
( Illinois' wound up a'four-day campaigntour marl et." During a stop at the University has yet to learn "you
them gang boss, suf- '
of New Hampshire with a' of New Hampshire he re- can't: do business with our enemies.
d a serious gunshot wound steady attack on the Democratic Family Goes Along corded a radio broadcast on the ." R= o-
urday, Sherlff'a deputies administration The campaigning senator, accompanied student-operated station. Gold-
two counties promptlyved In a prepared speech at Nashua by his wife Peggy, water said the situation In Pan- Rockefeller CriticizedHe
( into his palatial moat. high school, Goldwater criticized and two of his children Margaret ama may erupt "unless we firm criticized Gov. Nelson A.
rounded home at Col.vllle.
nearby the admlnlatratlon'i "half ,. 19, and Michael :23, madea this thing up within the next two Rockefeller of New York, one of DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
baked policies that refuse to, aeries of slope between Ports or three weeks." his primary opponents, on the :
o i unidentified men brought same Issue i

brtman, clutching his atxlo- a : Commenting on what he 219 E. Main/ St. 2637 S. Florida Are "
tn In agony Into St Mary's Nixon's Line I '
Foreign Policy termed "this wheat giveaway"
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pltal here about 8 a.m. They 1 Goldwater said: MU 2-7756 MU 6-4159 ,
t him In a'wheelchair and
"I'm the Rockefeller .
surprised

Iked outPhysicians and nurses rushed Drawing Closer To Goldwater'sBy with family these wants Communist to do business coun-'

Into the emergency room tries" ,IJJJ.: Green Stamps ; :
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d operated Immediately Lai- '
hospital spokesmen said JOSEPH A. LOFTUS Committee of 100 was made up our friends and punish our enemies. In Nashua, Goldwater also
rtman was "resting well" Nifa tjork !Ilmri of people who spend their winters ." he said.A said "we must have a proper
PEORIA 111! Richard M. use of the quota system In im
central thread of his speeches
remained In
|t serious condl- in the Miami area where
It elected
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Nixon not only scorns suggfti- is an Insistence on dignity in ports. president
n. lions of stopping politics at the Cuba Is literally barely beyondthe our dealings with the world. would put forth to the Congressa I
Russell Beebe, East St. Louis blue horizon. His speechwas OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY
FRANK WORTMAN water's edge, but also he Is moving well received. "The U.S. should not be apologetic legislative program designed :
(lice commissioner said Wort. into deeper water all the or mealy mouthed" he to give American businesses and
cm had been shot In the abdo- time. The 1960 Republican nomineefor declared. "We've got the great American worker an even ..
cn with a small caliber bullet. conviction, Dowling and a bodyguard Nixon began testing the foreign president, who acknowledgesthat 'trend of history going for us. break In the world markets I
Calls It Accident Norman Beckman, were policy waters early last he has been hardening his We're on the right side. But often "I propose to sea we don't
found shot to death on a rural month with a speech which by foreign policy line came to the right side lacks the stamina create pockets of depression in1 I :
ortman told East St. Louis road near Belleville, IlL his own description, omitted Peoria last night to make a similar and the will to win." America by government actionor I
}tectives that the shooting was specifics.Advancing. speech to a similar audience inaction," he said
e Although he regards the dan .1
Free On Ball
i accident. He told officers the The occasion was the
gradually, Ms position ger of world war now a* remote
footing did not take place eler Wortman's conviction on the Washington's Birthday dinner of
today seems only an oar'spull he said that "unless we get new .
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In an East St. Louis tavern Income tax charge was reversed from that of Sen. the Crave Coeur Club. HEMORRHOIDSFissures
away policies In the next few monthswe
operates or at his home. and a new trial ordered In De- Still critical of the wheat saleto #
Barry Goldwater ij
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especially on face the grave danger that 1"o'
Wortman' mansion has onlye cember of 1963. He has been the Cuban problem. the Soviet Union, Nixon's the Communists will take over Fistula and .v...........w. ..N.\N....... ......-\\N.. ,
lonely road leading to It in free on (40,000 bail. : "We should stan with diplomatic position Is that economics alone/ countries on three continents.", other Rectal Disease
I rural area three miles south- Monroe (Black) Armes, now pressures," he told a does not justify trade or aid He referred to South America' successfully treated by
put of Colllnsville a town of dead, and Wortman were convicted Miami Beach audience this "I don't believe any foreign aid Asia and Africa. I NON-SURGICAL
I.300, near St. Louis Mo. of assaulting federal revenue week, move on to a full economic ,program today can be justified method,
"Deputies from Si. Clair and agents Sept. 25, 1933 when blockade and do what's unless it serve political ends," 1OLH TICKET TO I
the agents surprised the two at necessary and you can use'Nixon said NO LOSS OF TIME
ladnon County have been disniched IMPORTED FOODS .
still. Wortmanand Imagination about that," "I don't believe I GARDEN HOSE
to Wortman's home" an illegal whisky your any foreign
DR. EARLE RABB
aid Sheriff Barney FraundorfVe Armes were sentenced to Goldwater, leaving nothing to aid should be used to subsidize MldoKf Sarmt g( 50 FOOT I.UM I.
plan to Interview 'ten years In the federal prison the Imagination has proposed socialism abroad. Foreign aid III CLINIC ND.
here and find out what has persons hap. I at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. ending marines. I.i one of the most powerful instruments SMVIMN Y.worm M .. cam .". CY I-41M Winter N.... I i
ned." Police said Wortman apparently Nixon's audience called the we have to reward aD
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| Wortman. the man who had
I the scenes in the syndicate after Value UU 1
rackets boss of the East
n I his parole March (, 1941 for .., ,
It. Louis area since about 1947, IIM a1.eNN.--eNM. v. An. a. rM. as Ie !
Vould make no further state- I good behavior.In d


renll. St.FBI Louis Notified and St. Louis dered the man's way 1947 gang half-sister to officers the leader funeral arrested who Carl of wort'l I New Car Ownership ...I.,.


Joined by the Illinois at Fairfield, III. She was driving RUBBING ALCOHOL
f>tate Police and sheriffs offices a car owned by Ralph Capone, ..
from Madison and St. Clair of the Chicago Capone crime PINT :;:

''County, were conducting the investigation syndicate. LIMIT { '!
Fraundorf said the POLITICAL HAZARD
-'ederal Bureau of Investigation
Jiad been notified. Dickinson LIVE OAK gubernatorial(AP) Fred candidate O.- STARTS :: 9wlq

Wortman was reported to be from West Palm Beach III"". OM.-. .,.,. Atlw ..... ,... I" ....
; he East St. Louis representa- reported yesterday he had developed ;
ive of a nationwide crime syn- a callus on his rlgM
Jdicate. hand from shaking an estimated' ,
Wortman and lieutenant hands -. '. "" .. ,.. .
a 10,000 during a politicaltour .. \ ,.- ...
: mer (Dutch) Dowling, were of the Florida panhandle.Ho 1
f' convicted on Income tax evasionin said he visited 29 towns In .' ." "'! / ,.. _- I RIVER QUEEN
1952. Within five days of the 21 counties in the past five days ,t.1l< (


with : MIXED NUTSSUPPOSITORIES
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Along The RidgeBy 14-os, 5asscTi

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JOHN CARROLL soul. h'i'ewp.e"p.. v.ld AMr 1".., rM aI.N

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WINTER HAVIN '

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With the entrance of Q. Quitman Quinn, of Wah- .
neta, the Group 2 legislative race in the May primary CHAIR
has three candidates. The other are architect Jack LIMIT I
Turner of Auburndale and incumbent Ray Mattoxof
Winter Haven who has yet to announce, but whois 3.99 a88 ,

sure to run. ... .
Value
Quinn formally entered the race i
on Thursday. Jack Turner, a city commissioner 4 ........... ww.lw.s'fr elm aM, owr.a.q vs.. Anr MN., r,., s1, IN1 !

in Auburndale announced 'j,
his entrance in the race several weeks ,

ago.Although he has not formally announced ."

his entrance in the race as yet, J' ,
Mattox has been seen at many gather Before buying a new car, you SACCHARIN TABLETS :

ings, and all Indications are that he will STOP 10nLI OF 1000-/. GRAIN I
release his official intentions soon.
look the
naturally whole marketover LI"1t
SSe Value ( SJ i)
In a telephone statement Mattox PI.... }
said, it is common knowledge that I CARROLL 17 e
will seek re-election. I will base my to make sure of getting the Discount Coupon "rlt'fJ .
campaign on my experience and my record concern-
ala lit d.10..._... ,. ..... .
ing many bills that I supported or took an active partin car that best meets needs W. Afa 'til. N IW/ ,
your
getting passed. Here!
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Road Work Nearly Finished and gives you the most for your I,

Motorists who use busy U.S. Highway 17 from A.P.C. I
Make the TABLETS Ij
Lake Alfred to Winter Haven are reaping the good money. same careful ,j

from a year of inconvenience as the reconstructionof BOTTLE OF 100S9
the highway draws to a close. Workmen are put- comparisons before decide i ( '
you ::::)
ting the finishing touches on the road and gettingset t' 'iI
to paint the center line. Coupoas I
All that remains then is beautification of the how to FINANCE your car. The /acount Price .

median strip and erection of speed limit and direc- was MI, .............. vl. AIIM sN.N. ee Im
tional signs. I facts and figures will convince you '1,
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PEOPLES f
Firemen Had Busy Year r that an auto loan here will COST

In submitting his annual report to the city man
ager, Fire Chief Abner Lewis stated "During the BANK -
calendar year the Winter Haven Fire Department YOU LESS and serve your conven-

answered 300 alarms. Of these, 66 required the serv- JAR OF 12 ADULT GLYCERIN
ices of the volunteer section of the department. The AUTO ience better. '
remaining 234 calls were handled by men on duty, I 330 Value ( )
"We had one call that involved a death. This wasa
Negro woman who burned to death in a dwelling LOANOpen Coupon .
Price
fire. Many of the fires were caused by faulty oil heat- Discount
sole.n" oN.-owr.. v.l. Anw r.w r.a. a., L..
ers. Only one fire was caused by children playing
with fire, as opposed to five such fires in 1962.
"Total value of the property Involved in the Friday Evenings -4 P.M. to 7 P.M.-For Your Banking Convenience

300 alarms was 2783506.00 both inside and outside
the city. The total loss was 15446500.
"Changes in the training program new tech- I ELECTRIC HEATING

niques and modern manuals have helped to increasethe PAD
efficiency of the department.
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Priority For First Street 3,98 199 ,

The Winter Haven City Commission is expectedto BANK Value .

have a delegation at the county commission meet- WON' 1It1. 00.- CwM vla M.. ....,. ,... 14, I..... I
ing in Bartow Tuesday night to ask "top priority" for i
the four-Ianing of First Street from Lucerne Park
Road to Cypress Gardens Road.
At the suggestion of county commission chair- OF LAKELAND :

man, Wilmer McCutcheon, the delegation will ask
that the road work begin as soon as possible, with tj* I CORICIDIN

the State Road Department doing the work. With Trust Department I
First Street is presently a dangerous two-lane II TABLETS 12'sLIMIT
road that is supposed to take some of the traffic off I Ii I7Jc
busy U.S. Highway 17 into Winter Haven. When it is i
reconstructed it will do that job. I 49
McCutcheon said, "The board agrees that this is MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Value

a very important project. Now is the time to ask for "wile 11I1., Owp.-Cw... vld ANM M.... rM N. 10MSouthern
"top priority" and to get the work started and com- j I
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-'By ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF self Emperor of France-within But a few months later the ; Safety Instructio ,

SOOth Anniversary Notre Dim those ancient walls. Badly damaged fickle Desiree threw him over
Cathedral.; Cathedral; Choir of during the revolution, dur- for an Italian singer. Althoughthe p
Notre Dime, Canon Jchan ing the mid-19th century the subject was proposed to WINTER HAVEN Many taken by each student at
Revert, choirmaster. Soloists. ., cathedral was restored as closely Tchaikovsky by the redoubtable phases of safety will be taughtto end of the program. The
brasses and the orchestra ol approximating the original 'Balaklreff. there Is no questionbut children in grades 1 through ners of the older group '
the Lamoureux C.nee r t.. at possible. that the theme struck a 6 in six Winter Haven schools the winners of the youn
Pierre Cochereru; orginUt This recording was made inside deep response In the composer'snature. during the next two months. group will be given awa

Philip. PHS WO-OJS. monaural the Cathedral, It consists or Classicists and modernists r The program, designed by by the participating
PHM SOO-039. I four examples from the musical may Inveigh against Its the Child Safety Council, is being chants. The first three
The Cathedral of Notre Dame history of Notre Dame. The emotionalism but nothing can IWi w sponsored by the Winter ners' books will be on disp
f-what Images It conjureal! Begun first la by the composer Andre destroy the authenticity of Its Haven Police Department, the in a downtown store wind

800 years ago, It Is hard to Campra who was director of expression.The W school officials and teachers Patrolman J, D. Pope
conceive how many 'music at Notre Dame from 1694 Francesca da Rlmlnl I. a iAn UP and participating merchants.The who is president of the 0

upon thousands thoullnda'i to 1700. The next Is a work by projection of the story that is first- and second-grade mist Club In Winter Haven
of people have Pierre Desvlgnes. which was told in the Fifth Canto of Dante's 1E AIEAi TO children will be taught such who heads the Junior Pol
I
felt that Notre performed In 1809 to celebratethe Inferno and In that sense is ,. T ales Sanwa things as obeying traffic signs, Program, Is conducting
Dame belonged a., entrance into Vienna of the 'program music beginning and friends with strangers safety program for the pol
not making
to them. There French armies. Louis Vlerne ending with the dreadful sight department. Pope is giving
swimming safety, the
1a universality was organist of Notre Dame that Dante and Virgil found and services to the programhis
in a work ol /:>1 from 1900 to 1937. The present when they entered the Second danger of poisons drugs, otf duty time.
art, a : Circle. Between these two grim fire dangers, smoking, fire
: organist, Pierre Cochereau '
--fl electrical In speaking of the
arms, danger of Pope p
out my.terlr composed the final work. Noneof moods, Tchaikovsky tells Fran-
which ;;51 It is great music, though a cesca's story I shock, danger of playing with gram said "W. hotl!
1 knives and blades and through this child safety p
everyone and p'iyet good deal of the Campra Is Ciulinl conducts the music razor
will teach the
penetrates ?q :i. 4\ very Interesting, but It has an with a broad sweep. Nothing Is r T'JFOR many other precautions. gram, we you'
safety tips twill
each individual authenticity and sincerity to It over-sentimentalized or over- Booklets Used people many
to that he feels Mrs. Sokoloff which is appealing: And the dramatized, but he brings out The children are given two help them to' grow up
be better citizens and to ha
his own experience Is unique. long, historical, unbroken line the full poignancy. A very fine manuals. One of them is a coloring
their watchword
And through the uniqueness of of music history at the Cathedral performance.Liszt I book containing songs, safety as
from Lake Elbe
his experience, he makes the is a part of the heritage ol games and suggestions for Students
hiaslerplece his own. For the Notre Dame t Hungarian Rhapsodies safety. It also asks questions Brigham Inwood; Garner,
masses of people who have Nos. I, 4, I, and 6. Antal Joseph's and Florence VI
The sound is excellent with a about the various topics contained -
Derail conducting the London elementary are taking part
worshiped or visited there during -: minimum of the reverberation I in the booklet.
Its long history Notre DameIs that: Is usually heard In recordings Symphony Orchestra Mercury I Both booklets are designedfor the program
very special. Not the most made in a Cathedral. SR 10371, monaural parent-child study and give
MG 50X71. Flower nectar Is the food
beautiful cathedral perhaps
; the child knowledge that is Invaluable -
not the most imposing, certain Liszt has long been deservedly the long-nosed bat. The ton
CHILD SAFETY-For the next two months school children In ....... 1 through 6 I. six In safety at play at is covered with bristle-like r>
Jy, nevertheless there is famous for his transcriptions
an
a quality to It that makes aura It TchalkovskYI Romeo and Juliet; for piano of many orchestral Winter Hart schools will tad' pert In a gigantic child lofery ,........ conducted by the Child school and in the home. lections to gather pollen as v

known and beloved by every- Francesca Da Rlmlnl. Philharmonic and operatic works. But this is Sofety Council through Iho cooperation .f th. Win tor H.... Police Deportment, Winter Hover ....,.' The booklet given the 6 students is- .. nectar.
3
I one. And as we share In the Orchestra, Carlo I Liszt in reverse. These are or- chonri end the sch"'.. George Kelogrldli/ I.ft and Lorry City, iludtnri .t the Labs. Elbert Elemen. In grade through safee'ty.
i\ pride and affection for this venerable Maria Glullnl, conductor. A chestrations of four of his well- tory School hold a potter rmounclng the ........ Principal Harold Davis end potrolmen J. D. on the subject of bicycle

I place, we make it our gel S-J5980, monaural 35980. known Hungarian Rhapsodies Pope Jr. are olio ihewn. Pope li conducting the program for Hie police "."""' .11' (Ledger Photo By It teaches, and responsibilityand the correct eoaos
own Notre Dame Is In Paris This record brings us two of for piano, done by Liszt him-I Corral!) courtesy IWt i
and safe to enjoy bicycleriding.
I but It belongs to the world the great love stories of all time self in collaboration with his way .AGENCY
It teaches hand signals,
' The history of Notre Dame Is as they Inspired the composer pupil, Franz Doppler. Dorati
'I Morse code, traffic sign recognition
almost the history of France. It Tchaikovsky composed the Romeo conducts: a colorful vivid per- Italian Chief Bids Farewell To DeGaullePARIS puzzles and other 109 S. TENNESSEE AVI.
has seen the coronation of monarchs and Juliet Fantasy at a formance. Which of Liszt's two I games PH. 6U-4141
the baptism of kings and I time of deep personal distress versions of these works, pianoor (AP)-Italian President tram for Reims where he will were accompanied to the station things. fib __tlft.
requiems for the great of He had been engaged to marry orchestral, Is the more effecIve Antonio Segnl bade farewell visit an Italian military ceme by Premier and Mme. Books DisplayedThe A...............
France. Napoleon, In that imperious Desiree Artot, a young singer ? A pianist would unquestionably to President Charles de Georges Pompidou at the end bicycle manual also contains c.....,b ow

..---gesture-,-crowned---him--and loved her 'heart and soul'. choose the former. _I Gaulle. today and_boarded a'-tery.President. _and_- Mrs. Segni! ,__of their three-day official visit an examination to be



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DAVE PRATT west Junior High School, Lake- tow Junior High School, Lake nando High School Avon Park School, Bartow High School,
Ledger Staff Writer land Junior High School, Kathleen Placid High School Citrus High School Patco High Auburndale High School. Win-
LAKELAND LEDGER Feb. ZJ 1N4 1-B
Sunday,
Lakeland Senior High School Junior High School, DeniHigh School. School Lake Wales High ter Haven High School and

I was a beehive of activity yesterday son Junior High School Bar. Zephryhllls High School, HerSchool, H a I In e. City High Sebring High School.
ai 18 high school and
P Junior high school bands and
R aI 309 soloists, quartets and ensembles
competed In the Florida
Band Association's 164
District 10 Band Concert.

As the bands performed before
three Judges in the high
school gymnasium during the
all-day event, other perform
ances went on In various locations
throughout the Lakeland
Senior High School complex
soloists and small groups
demonstrating their skills with

woodwinds, brasses, percussion -

,I yet Instruments, piano, sight-
I P .tr \ reading, student conductingand
,: \ \ .' .4 relatedly, baton twirling.
I .
<\\ Cancellation Expected

Because of rain, the' march
3M
y and drill portion of the contest
+ scheduled last night at

Bryant Field, was expected to

a M y, be cancelled.The .
gymnasium, setting for t

the concert portion of the contest .
was a study In concentration

After a band com IMPORTANT CONCIRT-The lekelend High Scheel bend, the district ,ley.. (er the |udgot, wke rated the bends eielnitunder e

1 pleted a particular number the direction' ef Robert Blonton, dose Itt best te ,"' ".., a... ttenderd to piece them In otegeriei ranting from lupeHer t.

the audience Into applauded hushed and Judge tin the foreground, beck te cams> .t yetterdoy's distract, peer led weether yerterdey th..te....! tamer high. school worthingbend
then lapsed expectancy
as the three judges centett here, ioth. tenler' end Junior high school bends from competition, scheduled, for .test III.ht. (Ledger Phase By Herper)

scribbled furiously away makIng -
detailed comments on the
group's performance as well
4. ar as rating them on a standard

L dr evaluation form. ,
The schools do not compete
against each other but rather
{ :
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V ld'Ao. Berg, director of music for
the Lakeland Schools. Performances
r are graded In one M$ s" ;:

ONI STEP COULD II 'TAI.-O. step hera, tee knd.n the get ,.411, ceuld' tend this car of five classifications superior

veering off the ,..,... a curve .....1.., lore enceming traffic, er erriklng flied. ebject. AN ef excellent, good, fair andpoor.

( ,.. ,...ibllitl.. (end rosy ethen could .,.n inttent deeth .. the driver < .
He said each band plays yva, +a
three numbers. a warmup

Most Today Spend' Lives and march a selection a required of their selection own ,

r choice The required selection
is not the same for each band 1 1H

but according to different cat .
egories the bands are ar- .. : \
One From EternityBy ranged In, with size of schoo .
Step \ .,iI .. ,
the criteria, Berg said 1- _'__ ':' \


TOM HUGHES relation to the pedestrian's the left hand side of the bicy Contests.Is no LaudedThere question but .'. d' 'IJ. '
Ledger Staff Writer direction of travel facing traffic cle into traffic," could be contributedto -. : S 'ktw :4..
the contest have .
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which may approach from that one step to eternity he of musicin ,, lU. r mr .- .
the great growth .L '
One step from eternity.That' the opposite direction." remarked.A r
schools" Berg said. He ""
the position most "In other words" Capt. person can even be one have acted "' ,
said the contests ;
persons Impossible find?themselves Not quite.in.Just Hustin traffic.explained" "walk facing step sitting from down.eternity"This when applies he is as a great stimulus to the school Interest ...- ic ._ .:

in music of high
off a curb or from between "
step
He remarked that when safety
many driving cars, students and in the pride of
two parked can with.
times have warned.
persons come experts of bands.
out looking.It close to being injured or killed It takes but Just one step performance said band contests BUILDING RENOVATED group .f tourlits era ihewnentering Municipal' lauding, ft "he", ." for about 110 tourist club mem.bora. .
Berg
doesn't take much to go because they step from the on the gas pedal to kill or injure provide a means for standards the recently renovotod end enlerged Teuriit Center.. The building was improved et e eat ef several tlao'-:ecd
to eternity-Just one step. side of a road into traffic a person for life. across the entire nation to be West Perk Street In. Aubumdele.. The building, loceted Dent to the dollert.
And the biggest cause for coming from behind them Is eternity such a long way
worry in Lakeland are the Bicycles, Too off? compared. in the
persons taking that step from Bicycle riders also are No not if a person considers District Schools 10 taking Band Contest part were
between parked can. causes: for concern Capt: Hus- that the next step couldbe Lakeland High School South Auburndale Tourists Enjoy
"They cause us the most ,tin remarked. "Getting' off his last
trouble," Capt. Frank Hustln,
head of the traffic division at d aft

the Lakeland Police Depart :: w I
ment said r1 f Top Entertainment Facilities

Some Don't Look ''rs .

I "Persons Just do not look
Tk By JOHN CARROLL
before they walk," he added. 1MIle
But are all the persons at 3r Ledger Staff Writer

fault pedestrians? Not ac AUBURNDALE Winter a, aM

cording to safety experts. visitors seem to like the little
Just look at the number of city of Auburndale not only

persons who, after they park for Its usually good climate, aw
their car, open the driver'ssale but for the recreation facilities -
door and step out into that bring 180 members
traffic. That's not only a via of the Tourist Club to the city
lation of a law, but It is down. each winter.
right dangerous.The .
club members vr
"When The are usual. 4
law states that
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parked at curbside it .la un- ly retired or vacationing
lawful to open the door on the t northerners seeking friendship :i
driver's side unless all traffic and warm sunshine, coupled L
with a leisure game of cards
is clear.
Every day driven are faced or a spirited shuffleboard tournament izP
with that situation. It is surprising Some of them own 1
homes In Auburndale and winter
that more cars aren'tmiating tlw.."
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front left-hand doors here each year

than there are. More Important The city government of Au
it is surprising that more burndale, realizing the need wawa. rw
families aren't missing loved for activity by the Tourist {. '
ones because of the same reason Club members and their
IIIESIR
friends, has recently spent several
Danger Zone thousands of dollars in
renovating the old facility,
Then there are those per
sons who when getting off a ,4t4$ Kitchen Added

bus, attempt to cross the 4 An addition was built onto

street either in back of or in the north end of the building: l "._v ._, ,. v' .

front of the vehicle bus. That's fine A STEP FROM ETERNITY-Welkins. from between perked. ran li a good way to end up lit and two restrooms added. A
If another isn't approaching -
modern
traffic The subject her ,Is ,.duff, hut the scene Is repeeted derby new, kitchen was
a iporrs toy. every
but have morgue .
persons built fully equipped for use NEW SHUFFLEBOARD COURTS-City Meneger Bruce Ceneve, left, 'looks ever the two recently
wh. do not think .f whet they era doing. (Ledger 'h.... by Hughtt
been known to take that one portent in preparing dinners for the completed ihufffoboerd courts on West Perk Street. The addition. .f the two court brings'

step to eternity Just by step visitors. the tetel number te II, which con ccemmodeto 72 players end le ample te handle any liie
out from in back of a
ping The main room of the Tourist tournement.CARDS.
stopped bus.
What about stepping off of Center is large enough to
accommodate most of the
the curbside at a guarded or
membership Sometimes it Is
unguarded pedestrian crossing ,
used for card and
? The law clearly states parties at
that a pedestrian in the walk. other times dances are held

way has the right of way. by the membership.
But how about the driven Shuffleboard teams from
who don't pay attention to the Lakeland Winter i Haven,
law? How about those drivers L44t Haines City and other cities
who have their minds on often play in Auburndale. All
I something else Just about the the cities In the area are members
time someone steps from the '; r of a league and they
curb Into a street? play for the championship
"Pedestrians should always N 'I with as much zest as the big
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look both ways before cross-,, I-L i. league baseball clubs.
Capt.. Hustln :i kF9r.4ee r c1 JA
, ing a street, City Beautified
said. "They should make sure Z
aU traffic is stopped before Auburndale is also undergoIng j
proceeding across the Inter- a w 1 a beautification program, ieNe1e
section. and East Park Street Is an

Pedestrians Included example of what is being done,
The public library, the municipal -
"Those guard gates at rail building and the tourist .
road crossings weren't put center are all In the same
there Just for can," he added. block Each lawn Is well-kept
"When those arms come down and plans are underway for
and those lights go on, that additional beautification In
means everything should come a. this area.
to a halt.
The shuffleboard courts are
fail
He said many persons
across the street next to the +
to observe that law and cross
of tennis court and not too far
the tracks Just in front
takes from a children's playground.
moving trains. It Just
The Tourist Club members
one step to reach eter >
wrong r may be getting a bit elderly,

nity.Many persons fail to observe 1, ;.:: ; Ap -.." ; ,t :" ;. f' but Inactive.they You are far can from see being themat

this law; lr.l ,i'.t- :..
sidewalks are not j a' most anytime of the day-
"Where walking men and women alike-shov- I'LAYING--Th' group ef eut-ef-tewnert err enjoying' ploying' tends. et the TeurlttCenter

provided along any and pedestrian upon a high. Ing fiberglass quoits up and In Aubvrndele., Th. building hoi keen enlerged, two new bathrooms oddcd. ., a kitchen com.plottd .
shall when practicable, COMMON STREET SCENE-Thlt euhject paw In fomilier nasal in lekelend't ttraott, that down the shuffleboard courts end a fresh point |Jolt finlthed. The touriitt enjoy games end lowing et the Utility. The
way walk only on the shoulder on ef a driver getting out ef hit perked c.. while treffic le sear. Thin. one Map could moon deoth -and loving every minute of cord pleyen ere C. I. Weiilofel .f Coder Rapids, (laws, Jock Boone ef Medlien. Wit., Albert I
I Uw left side of the roadway in er Injury te the driver if he darn't heed the le w end get eut ef kit c.. enly' when traffic it cl..,. 'I the competition ROM ef M.... ., N. Y., end Leslie Schilling ef Cermentewn, Ohio. M... Schilling, .it .looking, .... \

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PAUL WILLS were developed before the federal City Moves Toward Progress In '64
TALLAHASSEE (AP)-A dramatic aid was thought of Ma
plan to throw all the poles said By WILLIAM D. SHILLING
1 1J
available resources in Florida Staff Writer
into the care and treatment of The congressional act which Ledger
mental retardation is being put would run for four years would 1 The City of Lakeland took steps this week to

together slowly provide $337,000 for the same achieve some civic progress in 1964.
A major aim Is to hold the purpose in the second year + City Manager Robert V. Youkey was directed to

parents mentally closer retarded together.child and his J41SOOO the third, and $870,000 F I make application for a federal grant of about $300
'
Increased federal aid is the the fourth year. '4 ,9 000 for the Lake Parker and Lone Palm sanitary

sparkplug of the drive If Flor- These centers would be aug- .I i ii ij sewer projects.The .
Ida:can submit an overall planit mented by state-established daycare commission's convention center

will qualify for huge though centers and both types fi committee agreed unanimously to pro-
still Indefinite grants. would supplement the existing i mv ceed with obtaining necessary data x>n
Sunland Training where
Plan Paid For 4,200 children centers the construction of a new municipal au-
currently are patients -
ditorium and arena.If .
.
Federal authorities even help
Harold Grizzard can bring
pay for developing the basic I Mapoles said the cost of maintaining Mayor .
he
these two into being will ;
plan at the rate of $3 federal to a patient for a year In projects r.
$1 stats up to a maximum of a Sunland center is about $2,000. have recorded one of the most success-
30000. They can be given day care and ful records In many years as the city'schief
The state division of Sunland remain in custody of their parents JAYBEES ELECTED Jim Farm, right, Stets Jaycee necii. tine vice ,reel...' from Lok....., five the sash of oiilco to newly presiding officer before the end of P
Training centers headed by William for about $600 a year, he elected second .........r ). ...e et Denise Junior Hik School In Winter Haven ,....,..,. With faire ere tddio Smith, loft, their. his mayoralty term on Dec. 31.
H. Mapoles will submit the said. ten ef sac Winter H..... J.,.... .eVItery ._.IttH sad G. 5. Heck J,., ...t to Parser, wko to J.,.... Foculty' ..".... .. DenUoo.rocter SHILLING
basic plan to Washington whenIt Other parts of the federal The younf J.c_ era, front row left to light Me Spencer, dUMvlfere' ; lake FlemoM. ....._; H"|h ,a._... mleeKt. ; J...... Improvements Essential
Is completed. mental retardation program pro- director od Kicker lockever, Dote .1_"" Bock row, left to right. ere Jock HIM, tint vice pretldontt" fill line, director,
improvements
and Lone
"There is no thought of chang- vide for training university students Foul Scheeke. secretory sad Tommy Mock, tocoed vice ....I...'. The ...,.... assist the Jaycees in sissy elvis orectt.Ledger The Lake Parker Palm sanitary
ing any of the present services to assist the handicappedand ( gut h. Cant)) are absolutely essential. The present
We hope to utilize every single training teachers for the sewerage system serving the Lake Parker area is far

program service available,. he said under existing mentally retarded El Paso Suburb ) from satisfactory, and the facilities must be greatly I
Part Of
Under just one phase n' the Research Centers PlannedA Becoming Mexico expanded to handle the needs of Searstown, the new

federal program: $257,000; will few research centers will beset ..._...g omer Y Ward de P artment .at.ere. and other d___.

be available to help cities or up. Florida already Is tryingto By BOB HORTON Chamlzal: area will be forced fredo Chacon, probably summed, States agreed to surrender t o, velopments both commercial and residential in that
charitable groups build centers land one of these $4 million Associated Press Writer the main concern of mos' Mexico land
for 437-
into a mass migration across a up enough a part of the municipality.The .
dren.for day care of retarded chil Florida.Institutions for the University of EL PASO Tex. (AP) Im- riverbed no longer detectable. residents when she expressedfear acre gain for Mexico. Lone Palm extension is to serve the new
the suburb where live that the government woo't'pay
Center In Lakeland Still other parts of the federal becoming agine another country.you Law Forces Sale enough for her home Acreage Undeveloped 18-hole golf course being developed just west of

These centers exist now In program Include more moneyfor That's virtually the situation They'll have to sell their prop- But there are many who op- While the section Mexico Is Lakeland the planned new luxury motel the 300-
Miami Tampa, St. Petersburg maternal and child health for 3,750 residents of this bor- erty In the ceded area named pose the plan. getting Is well-settled the acreage unit housing complex, and possibly Sunbeam Bakers.
Tallahassee Lake City Orlando services to prevent premature der city who live on a piece of for a desert brush that grew One El Paso man described being turned over to the Dawkins the
Emory city's consulting engineer
United States is ,
of which result in largely undeveloped
Bartow and Lakeland They births many land the United States la returning there to comply with a Mexican the settlement as "the biggest
retarded children and greater to Mexico to settle a law prohibiting foreigner robbery since the Brinks case" estimates the cost of the projects at $600,000. The

grants to crippled children's ong,standing boundary dispute. from owning land along the bor- Mexico received the treaty, Mexico district will receive a stockyards matching cost application to the federal governmentwill

PONDS' service. The tract Is several hundred der, signed last August as something about 500 single dwellings encompassing seven be for $300,000 under the accelerated public
lfim The Florida Crippled Chil acres known as El ChamizaL: It Once the United States buysall of balm for a national wound.It Including works
tenements light Industry -
TbN dren's Commission may get once was In Mexico but became the property In the Chamltal had felt that the United States 60 plants and commercial program.
AGENCY. some $30,000 under this part of U S, soil when the Rio Grande area, the land will\ be trans went back on Its word to abide buildings a school four *
the plan shifted south from its bed In ferred to the southern neighbor. by arbitration years ago In the border
109 S. bridges patrol buildingsand
TINNESSEI AVI. afoot for the 1864. altering the border. Anti-Aid Stand Reversed
PH. 812.4141 There are plans Generally the populace squabble. a part of the city sewage
.._11". public school system and state Within the next few years, asa largely of Mexican descent Because of that feeling, Mexl- plant. I Lakeland was designated as an area of substantial -
$ A._....'.."" G}) Institution to provide more rehabilitation result of International diplomacy hasn't been overly disturbed by I co has refused to allow arbitration They lie between downtown
0.....'... 0.. services to the retarded over the border dispute the switch. including such matters II El Paso Tex., and Juarez Mexico unemployment following the great citrus freezeof
the U. S. citizens: living in the, A _young housewife, Mrs. Ali the expropriation of U. S. oil twin cities which form a 1962 by the federal government. Under this des-
r- -------- holdings with this country metropolitan area known for ignation, the municipality is elgible to apply for
It was about a century ago tequila bull fights and dust under the
grants designated
that the Rio Grande shifted storms. program.
southward. Since the commission reversed its policy of no
the residents'
i Buying up propertlel -
O-ATfS Mexico protested Its loss of will be the big U. S. expense federal grants passed in 1963 and since some citizens -
w real estate by the quirk of nature The Senate already has object to the City of Lakeland seeking any fi-
ORAND
1911 awardedthe
BRAND and in was
authorized: $44.9 million to car- nancial assistance from Washington for essential improvements
RAPIDS KAP1DS land settlement In an arbitration -
--- cp. fnc. --- commission ruling that ry out the transfer but Housapproval a report on the accelerated public works
GUILD / BUILD remains to come.
in Florida be of interest.
program may
the United States never got Plans Include fixing about four
around to recognizing miles of the Rio Grande in a Since the inception of the program, Washington
Issue Not Pressed concrete channel to corral its has approved $30 million worth of improvements
I wandering. projects in the state. That means about $15 million
Plagued with\ internal troubles
I It may be 1967 at the earliest in federal money.
at the time Mexico didn't press
the Issue.' before the whole plan is in ef- Believe it or not the wealthy City of Miami has

Sporadic wrangles over the fect.Both been allocated $6,200,000 of the $15 million.In .
countries plan to avoid
disputed soil came up betweenthe an outcropping of honkytonknfght all, 25 projects in that city have been ap.
two countries in 1913. 1918. spots In the exchange proved under the accelerated public works program.
1925 1132 1138 1943 1947 and areas by making them national The largest federal grant was for $1,455,000 for the

1954. beauty areas.British Mercy Hospital. There's $733,000: for an addition to
Finally the late President the Variety Children's
Hospital $530,000 for an addition
John F. Kennedy and Mexico to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital $250,000 for
President Adolfo Lopez Mateos Ship the Pan American
agreed that the problem had to Hospital $200,000 for the Jackson -
Memorial Hospital, $116,000 for the Miami Heart
c resolved
g :3z a ,a fieLM8LEEPSEUI be Both countries took a little Rams Into DockIn Institute, and $104,000 for the South Miami Hospital.

1 and gave a little In the deal. I The other grants in Miami are for sewage facilities

Mexico agreed to give the Jap Harbor street improvements sanitation, library and
United States 193 acres (It owned branch library fire station city hall office building,
north of the river The UnIted water facilities-even $476,000 for a truck loading
YOKOHAMA. Japan (AP- structure,
A British freighter arriving
CADILLACLIMOUSINEre from Melbourne with c a r g 0 *
I crashed into a concrete; pier at
this port Friday when she was Other Projects AidedThat's
Tavrt '
Slanf-ieelng about to berth the Japan Maritime .
BOX TOWER Safety Board said. only a part of the Dade County story.
CYPRESS GARDENS I IOall None of the 83 crewmen of the The City of Miami Beach received $236,000 for im-
'9,500-ton freighter Perlm was provements at Mt. Sinai Hospital $193,000 for sewer
facilities, $164,000 for water system improvements
Injured but damage to ship and
YELLOW CAB, MU 2.2122 pier may run to $27,777 a board $85,000 for storm drainage, and (Mayor Grizzard take

4 pieces $995 spokesman said. note) $22,000 for street light improvements.

.f Elsewhere in Dade there's $201,000 for a library

What a great bedding bargain this 1st! at Hialeah City $309,000 for sewerage at Florida
+ Two Simmons twin-size mattresses City $487,000 for refuse facilities at Surfside Town

and two matching box springs at one ,, $160,000 for water improvements at Pompano Beach
tremendously low, money-saving 4. $117,000 for roads at North Miami Beach and the
V list goes on and on.
price Mattresses are multi-coil units
featuring pre-built borders and heavy, ice, xa Wealthy Broward County should get at least one
durable striped ticking For quality, mention. That will be $567,000 for disposal facilities

= for economy buy this piece set today f k f ..wry 8stit for Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood.

and really save bedding dollars.e asg Youkey who lived in Dade County before com-
ing to Lakeland whistled when he saw the list of

municipahtes sharing in funds allocated under the
accelerated public works program. Referring to one
community, he said:

"Almost every home in that section is worth
$50,000 or more."

It would see that all the municipalities of Polk

County have been sleeping at the wheel as far as
Improvements under the federal program are con-
cerned.

The list shows two approved projects under a
Bartow heading totaling all of $25,00n

But Mom, Pop's just *

Auditorium Plans RushedOn

going into the next room the auditorium-arena, indications are that thecommission's
h committee subject to the approval of
< aa
: S z the full governing body, will lose no time in getting

Replace that wall furnace with a
< \,, 4 pieces $11995 committee-R. H. Gibson chairman, W Y.
: Weathermaker Furnace for whote-hovte comfortAre Wooten and W. J. Peterson-asked Youkey immedi-

Added features, added value and ately to look into getting the necessary technical data

\ I; added savings on the LaGrande set you fed up living in a hot-to-cold room on the convention center

c: by Simmons. Two mattresses and two home? Don't change houses. Simply change to This data will Include the seating capacity of the
i box springs, again all at one low price a Carrier Weathermaker Furnace the only auditorium parking requirements the size of the

S I Multi-coil mattresses each with pre- s "Furnace with a Future" Gas or oil fired it arena for sporting events industrial exhibits social
\ built borders, 4 handles and durable affairs cultural
'k ai Tits In closet or utility room comer. Gives even events and other such uses.
i 'd ti ,?: lovely striped covers highlighted with r, reliable heat in every room. What's more gives City Comptroller L. R. Shuman told the committee
beautiful lures threading. Hurry in
you one-halt an air conditioning system. You the municipality could finance the auditori
of is limited.
.< S today Number seta can add summer cooling any time you want- um-arena, but that details on financing would neces-

easily at low cost Bar none it's your best buy. sarily have to await some cost projections on the

I a xrayaa. Phone us or come In-let us show you why I IIVY'S center.
The committee took cognizance of the fact that

the City of Lakeland if it can move rapidly on getting -
15 Colors to Choose From 12' or 15' Width .. IMPERIAL detailed
C, plans completed, might well be eligible
for a federal grant under the accelerated public
SERVICE
Completely New DuPont 50 Carpets $695 INC. um-arena works program for the construction of the auditori

1123 New Auburae'ele Hwy.
continuous filament space-dyed Since Floridians paid a total federal tax bill of
-
Yard CALL 688-3868 $2,031,000,000 in the past fiscal year we can see no
reason why the City of Lakeland should not seek a

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Lakeland/ Dupllcat. Bridge Club played a partial In an eight !fYIS sioN may enter by contacting the of modern drama by Mel Woolen .
Polk ahOsp
County duplicate bridge card imond suit rather thanIn '
office head of the drama
depart
AT4 Jaycee ,
!Player walked away with a a seven card major We
disproportionately high share made 3D but should have QIYInON MM ROTARY An orientation meeting will be ment of Florida Southern College

of the honors at the Tampa made 3S That netted u* only ( r1vU sue held for ad new members of the assisted by several of his

valentine Tourney The most 3% point Jaycees at the First Federal student.

impressive victory was won Execute End PlayI Saving and Loan Association
by Judge and Mrt Robert building at Grove Park Wednesday .
Staufer of Winter Haven. They executed an end play on Dr, Howard M. DuBorie executive night at 7:30: o'clock.
captured the Tllsenbilt Trophy board 13 that brought home SS director of the Clark and At the last meeting of the SERTOMA

by winning the two session, while most other made only Daughtery Medical Group will club, Gerard Kent, of the United CUII
Open Pair four That earned us HV speak on the subject of "Smok-
event. Two Lake Fund Drive In Lakeland, was the
land teams also brought home point. Board 14 was an average ing and You" at the next meet- main speaker I
result with E-W making of the Club
first prize trophies Mri C. A. Ing Rotary
Cox and Dave Hauseman won IN?. I defended poorly on Plans are being made for the CITRUS A speaker from the United
the Non.Master Pain and board 15 and allowed the opponents annual Ladles' Night Party to CENTER Fund was on the program during -
Mr. Theo Waits and Mr. C. to make 2H giving us be held at the Lakeland Yacht Q the last meeting of the Ser
W. Thompson won the Tampa but 2 point Board 16 was an Club on March 3. The speaker KIWANIS toma Club Activities of the
Pain Completing the sweep, average 411 for E-W 10' will be the Rev. Dr. Jess C. fund were explained and a 10-
QUI
Mr J. p Tyner of Plant City My partner's defensive tactics Moody. senior minister- of the minute film was shown
v set :3NT by one trick onboard '' First Baptist Church, West Palm The monthly board of direc
and Mr.
N. : :
E. Miller ,
Jr of I
: ', ... Member. of the Citrus Center
Wittier Haven finished 2nd in 17 for BI/J points. A judicious "1. Beach Entertainment will be tors' meeting was held Tuesday
the Tampa Pain and Alex double by my partnerof supplied by Deane L. Hart Jr., Kiwanis Club at their meeting nightS .
last week viewed a film on
the opposition 25 overcall of Lakeland
Steinberg of Lakeland took 6th of INT HOW LIT MI SEE LeRoy (110,1) Stills, who will assist in s United Fund compolen report Lakeland United Fund, presented -,
my opening us a
place In that event. score of 300 and 10 gave points on activity .t M."i....'. Ce refer ie Tuesday morning ot 7;10 .clock, .... Beetle style os he thinks by Gerard Kent. I DOWNTOWN
Doug Hall of Lakeland finished #18 We stayed out of troubleon up new Mm to beef up funds which are coming late the compoin T......,.I "dutch t..,,'" breakfast JUNIOR dO-r At the end of the meeting directors -, t tnUl
3rd overall. In the Mas- #19 and set our vulnerable open t. the public by making '......tl.... t* the Fund h..."........, will bo the tint of CHAMBER of the club met and LIONS .
ten Pair Mr. Helen Kinsey opponents one trick In their 2S! three scheduled for the 1964 compeln. (Lodor Photo ly Huhoil, 0'COMMERCI ,voted a contribution to the Kathleen -
and Bill Miller of Winter Haven High School for the "
contract for 11 point Hand
had a sectional 1st In the exchange .
foreign .chOO".1
Open Pairs Mr and Mn EW#20 wia I was an average too concerned:3H by Canners Back Reorganization I gram C Edmund, division man

Eric Murray of Lakeland won about being vulnerable with Plan are under way for the I Russell Holder manager of ager of the General Telephone
a sectional 2nd In the Non- a ,964 Miss Lakeland pageant the General Tire Co., was wel- Co., was the speaker at the last
Masters Pain In the Women partner who had under i 5 sponsored annually by the Lakeland !corned as a new member and meeting of the Downtown Lions
WINTER
HAVEN-The citrus Is of vital
Importance to the
point to chance a 2H contract entire It was pointed out that adequate -
Pairs Mn J. G. Woodof Jaycees. Thomas Halllck Dr. James Bowman was accepted Club
on board 21. We set E.W two i ndustry organization which originally citrus Industry but which financial provision was
for He "The
Winter Haven won a sectional i. the chairman for this year's membership spoke on Telephoneand
3rd Mn Thompson and tricks at 2D for 100, but we I called for a study of might not be specifically mar not quaranteed to do this typeof event. Girl between the ages The program at this week'i Its Relationship to Industry -

Mr. Tom Bate of Lakeland That could hand have wa made worth 2H for only 110.4 t he Florida Citrus Commission's keting-oriented." research__ _un. "____ of.__mn 17 and_ _28__"are__ _eligible_ ___and__meeting__ will be-.!_presentation_. .. ." u __ "
took a sectional 3rd. and Mr. organization and operations has,
points to us We were helpless
Tyner and Mn Philip Trohnof indicated
against the excellent play of strong support of the
Lakeland won a sectional Commission first to Implement .
declarer on #22. He squeezed move
I
4th. Mr. Frank and

Mr sectional*. E. J.4th.Juke Stapor also had a only out played an:3 I extra superbly points trick to My and make partner we INT got port.Boot Allen recommendation and Hamilton of the re, ENJOY THE LUXURY OF LIVING AT FLORIDA'S FINEST

In the Mixed Pair. sectional
doubled on #23 for 11 points
The Florida Canners Association
:3rd went to Mrs Stapor and -
Robert Thornhill. Mr. Wood. The opposition gave us 12: in a board of directors LAKEFRONT LOCATION
points on #24 by failing to bid
and Mr. H. G. Morris and meeting endorsed the citrus
Ted Harland all of Winter game. We gave the next com million'* adoption of the
Haven. Mrs V. D. Flesher board to the opponents whena staff organization plan recom-
and this columnist of Lakelandwon risky double failed to payoff mended by the management consultant .
N.S had spades and diamonds firm.
a sectional 4th.
E-W had clubs and Major organization changesare
Haven Game hearts the creation of the post of

The recent m II Ie r pol n t A Right Guess commercial development director .'
and separation of an existing .
game in Winter Haven was Our maximum contract appeared
won by Mrs William Dancy to be 3S. Actually we staff position Into two
and Mrs Bates of Lakeland could only make 2S. When advertising and publicity di-
and Robert Thornhill and Mrs rector and merchandising director -
the E W team went to 4C, we
Morris of Winter Haven. The doubled. Our defense took two .
first of the continuous series"on diamonds and a spade De- Caution Urged

Sunday nights in Lakeland clarer had to guess which wayto The canners also gave support
was won by Mrs Dancy. Mrs take a finesse of the heart! to suggested higher i salary

Waits and Mrs Thompson tied queen. She guessed right range but urged caution In fill.
for 2nd and Robert Thornhillwas we V4 We were the
got point ng key post I
4th.Florida. Victim of distorted bidding on Acting on the report of a
'
ranks along with #26. My left hand opponent special committee appointed to E r .,,'yrv ,,
California Texas and New the with INT
opened bidding evaluate the Boot Allen and
York in the number and size
even though he had a singleton Hamilton report, fCA directors 'MLAKLMDBAPB9UR
of its bridge tournaments diamond. His
partner agreed to request the citruj
Florida players mostly from asked for the major suits, and commission to give "most careful -
the Miami area are among he ended up In a 4S contract. consideration to the appointment .
the highest rated in the nation My partner on lead, made a of all department directors

Consequently Florida bridge wrong guess and we didn't get under the new organization: plan
tourneys under the sanction our diamond ace Had the to appoint the best qualified
and direction of the bidding gone normally, the man that can be found for each
American Contract Bridge spade contract would have of these positions, and to delay
League provide numerous been played by the person to the appointments until this c.n''
opportunities for challenging my right. I would have leda be done."

competition. The tourneys are top diamond from the AK. The canners association board
rated as Local Sectional Re- and we would have held E.W originally sought evaluation of
gional or National de- to 5S. For letting them make the Florida Citrus Commission
pending on the 'masterpoints' six we got 4'/i points in September, 1962 when it
awarded in the various events Boards I and 2 were very asked that a national management .
Most tourneys last 4 days and normal. We set the E.W game consultant firm be engaged .
have both major and "side contract In spades and E-W "to analyze effectiveness
events The major events made partial In clubs Over of advertising and merchandising Directly' On lake Porker CON- 00*MIN'IUM /
may be played in more than bidding opponents and excel program and the overall fs

one session; they may be restricted lent defense gave u* good operations." y2fflaMWZpFor

to players meeting cores on board :3 I and 4. We Support Promised
certain qualifications; they set 2NT doubled for 12 points
Reid Jensen
fCA President
may be played as Individual, and got off to a good lead to
Pair or Team contest The set 3NT by one trick for lO'/i said that his group will follow the Best Year of Your Life Your own Luxury Waterfront Garden Apartment directly on Lake Parker Lakeland Harbour
through with Intensive study of
side events and are played concurrent in one point*. My partner gambled the Boot, Allen and Hamilton Apartments is a select group of just 62 thoughtfully planned oneand two-bedroom apartments with I IVi\ and 2 baths, In a

with session the major are events allowing #on 5 some to coax deceptive E.W into bidding doublingher on recommendations and lend its masterful community plan, with complete recreation facilities for your leisure hours set in one of the loveliest waterfront (loco.

participation by those who at 411 They did she did full support to the citrus commission tions in Central Florida! Every Lakeland Harbour Apartment has a direct view of the Lake. "

have neither the time, qualifications and we got 12 points The de. In Implementing those
which deemed of value to
nor the desire to playIn clarer guessed right on a ft. are
the citrus Industry. EVERY Includes all of the CON.DO.IIN.lun
the major events.Played nesse against u* on #6 and Apartment
Jensen has appointed additional -
Sections made one more trick than
In
different following as standard equipment
to study :
some other We earned 4 committees Lakeland Harbour Apartments are NOT co-operatives but CONDOMINIUMS
Each event is usually playedIn of the report and .
?omta. Hand #7 featured a phases Individual apartments are owned "in fee simple. Each buyer receives
several sections of about 13 very bad break In the cards further recommendations are e Individually;: 1 controlled CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING & a Warranty Deed Title and Title Insurance Policy to the oportment
there his
tables each. Therefore expected from group by
for NS he owns, plus an undivided share in the ownership, of the community land
are sectional and overall winners April 4. in accordance with a request e All-electric GE kitchens: rang.. even. refrigerator waite DiipotallStepsaver ;
foolihes I the of Individual home
Place Fourth and recreation Enjoy safety and security
Since the hands playedare from Commission general kitchen. with all-mica counters and cabinetsImported
: the benefits of shared for the wonderful t,.. of
ownership plus costs omen
in all had steered Hooks for -
the same us Homer consideration
usually My partner manager ceramic site bathrooms; mica vanity; slip-pruf tub w thgrabroils
sections, the best score In Into the best contract however prior to preparationof ," non-tkid ceramic til'* floors estate living.

each section can be comparedto and though we were down the commission* 1964.65 Color-coordinated wall-lo-woll broodloom carpeting
determine the overall win. one, doubled at 4S we got 6'/ budget. Light airy, spacious rooms, with extra-wide' doorways Eoch owner Is liable only for his own mortgage debt if any and Is NOT
ner. This i I. done even if the points, Board #8 made SS for Also in yesterday1 meeting' a Generous clouts with louvered doors for ventilation responsible for defaults of the developer or other apartment owners.

various sections play different N.S against any defense. It the canner board approved "in S Decorator-styled Interiors. with colors' of your choice
hands. Each session is usually made SNT with superior play. general" the consultant firm's e Pro-wired TV and telephone outlets Master TV antenna PER
made up of 26 hands or We were in the no trump con- research recommendation but e Electric outlets raised, 24" from floor to avoid stooping FROM $9..950 AND 45 MONTH
"boards". played in 13 roundsof tract but ran out of superior noted they ihould be modified"to
2 boards each against 11: plays We made only 4 NT
allow certain percentageof
a Includes all cderfee for f round fees, |olnt mointenonce tests such as water,
different opponents The top and 4 points The opposition FCC research fundsto
available For each additional
building
: storage eeweroie outside llhtlna, cars of grounds .recreetloH facilities j j menfoment -
hand is usually 12 outsmarted itself against us on which
score on a be used for research
--- automatic washers and end to.oe. Does not 'Include your own telephone and dactyls ....*..
points: an average game usually #9. Their pre-emptive bidding areas; dryers
totals 156 points A score kept us out of a normal 4H
that Is 10-15 per cent above contract that usually will Intended Victim Deluxe 2-bedroom, 2-both apartments alto Include a dishwasher and SALES OFFICE, EXHIBIT AND MODEL APARTMENT,
average usually is high in a make. We were forced to a your own washer-dryer combination plus a private balcony off .och
given section 3C contract htat made 4. The ChargesBe Matter Bedroom. charmingly furnished by Mother of Lakeland,

Each pair hat a "convention 4H bidders went down, so we Urges
card" that tells opponents exactly got 10 points Board 10 was OPEN EVERY DAY from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

what bidding system the an average INT by E-W, making ForgottenLAREDO For Your leisure And Relaxation .

pair I II using and what special 2. Our total score was

signal are used in defending. 78'/, good enough for a Tex. (AP) Gordon A congenial Recreation Center with meeting and card rooms, T* reach UI""J'
card also has a scoreboard sectional 4th. radio ex-
The McLendon Dallas
kitchen and screened lanai PLUS outdoor facilities all
**.' ."" Apartments
to keep track of what There will be a masterpoint ecutive and Democratic candidate '
was done on each hand. Players game tonight in Lakeland Another for the U.S. Senate has dedicated to the health and happiness of Lakeland Harbour fur" North *" Uk

usually use the card to es- masterpoint game will urged that attempted murder Apartment-owners : aie ;
timate their score while the be played tomorrow afternoonIn charge be dropped against a Wry.IAND Shore Drive, from
game I I. in progress and later Winter Haven. The 3rd woman who fired! a shot in the Heated Swimming Poet e"'" r S IIARi+jA1K i Memorial '...lense .
record their actual score Most game In the Trophy Series Dallas air terminal at a man Putting GreenShuftlebeard .ianonayynhri., "
players also use their card to will\ be played Tuesday nightIn she thought was McLendon e CourtsPithing (IU.S. #92 "'LT.I.
for lat- Lakeland Next Sunday e end loot Docks 5."Ii West of
write themselves notes McLendon said in a statement twrlseWap' lust 200 feet
iKY
er review of the hand. there will be a Special Mas- to newsmen here Friday and location conveniently, near golf courtes. bowling. boating. andikilng
In Lakeland centers. beieball training camps, and Polk County. COOfnh'itocked Holiday Inn
into tournament Game
terpoint there
As an Insight night that he is convinced lokes.
play, today I'd like to re- The St. Augustine Sectionalwill were no sinister motives In the

view my own scorecard from be played this Friday incident Wednesday night. He PLUS I City conveniences. ,In tuburbon tropical setting city water supply' ,
a session in hte recent Tampa through next Sunday but It said he had called the Dallas
city sevore.e, huge neerby shopping centers, public treniportetien, cbyrches
Sectional Mr. V. D. Flesher will not affect the Polk County district attorney's office urgingthe of ell denominations. ", .41..., ...iltti.., end culture! one! social activities Visit and fnxpcrt Today
nf Lakeland and I were N-S duplicate schedule attempted murder charges In cotmopoliton L..I.....
1 pair # 6 in Section "D" of the against Mrs Mary Elizabeth Lakeland I Harbour Apartments
one session. Mixed i Pairs Music Recital 'Stone 47, be dropped.

1 event. We started the evening I A city detective quoted Mr. ALL THESE/ fEATURES mole your I.h''fansf Harbour Afartmtnt 1 1600 Lake Parker Drive, West

l with board II and 12 The Set TomorrowA Stone as saying she Intended to tome the "ultlmatt" far r.lax.living!
first hand was a distributional kill McLendon because she Sales Agent: HAUGER REALTY
! monster that made 4S for E-W. recital of student of Leon said "he Is a Communist and
, We forced E.W tot he 5S level 'asternack and Marie Negleywill fools around with Cosa Nostra." Four carefully designed, oportment layout er..v.il.biet

and let them one trick. I had be presented tomorrow OOOOi as'aC One '..r"M Apertment. Two ledreoms, I Vj both
estimated this would be a good night at 7 o'clock in the Little I Two Itdroomt, ono both Two I..,..", ., 2 full baths Telephone r : 686-5191
board for u* because E.W Theater of the Civic center |I A-l RADIOi

could earn a plus score by Students of accordion piano TV SERVICE
playing 4S or setting us at 5H and clarinet, ranging from pre II J5w N. M..... OenM ANOTHER SUPERB WATERFRONT CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT BY IRVING I. MANN i ASSOCIATES I
Unfortunately I manyNS aratory students through advanced n. se. i
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D.. MU'a ,77e Mr 1..11P.M. "
i teams "bought" the hand for students will perform. j ... .. III. "... t
1 4U. As a result, w* got only The public may attend. j I




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Over 100 Churches And 8 Communities Blondes Outnumber BrunettesIn


Supporting This Great. I

f4 'Citrus Queen' Title Quest ,

CRUSADE CHRIST

ii' WINTER HAVEN Blondes Junior College of SL Peters- "Coronation Ball" on Wednes
jutnumber brunettes, 13 to t, burg, day night, March II, at the
With INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN EVANGELIST "with three auburn.haired misses Nora Mayo Hall of the Florida
No More Possible
and one redhead In the list of Citrus Building here with tick.
18 girls who have been selectedis An Exposition official laid, eta available on a "lonl-600.
\ I SAM TODD PREACHING NIGHTLY THAT contestants for the 1964 "We received potential entries last" balls. The Winter Haven
.. S "Florida Citrus Queen" title from every section of the state Junior Chamber of Commerce
S Carrying with it a cash prizeof and It I. physically impossible la the official sponsoring organto -
-'- "CHRIST IS THE ANSWER"ABOVE 11,000, along with many other handle any more than the izatlon of this leu's ballL
wards, as well as an appearance number we finally selected for Another thrill for the Florida
T' on "Queen For A Day," many reuon., including our de- Citrus Queen will be her appear
'< the national ABC-TV network sire to hold the contest to one ante on the "Queen For A Day"
-r \ 1" ,,how, the 1964 Citrus Queen will night and expedite the selection TV show which will be tepee
.. 'M selected here March 9 as t II much as possible" here for five presentations dur,
t'\' ., ".r. feature of the Florida Citrus Ex While the queen and her four Ina March 8-12. Tickets for this
I e 8' t position which will open March maids of honor will be named long established show are now
a o 1 and close March 14 This list on Monday night and Intra- available by writing the Florida
6 <.f 28 successful was selected duced to the audience, the for- Citrus Exposition here and en-
from an entry list of 47 girls mal ceremonlaLcrownina of the closing a stamped, lelf-addresa'
from all over the state, but It queen will be .. feature of the ed large envelope,
was necessary for the Exposition I .:
to hold the contestant mater -
to 28 because of stage, dressing .
room and other facilitiesand -
to expedite the contest.

Evangelist Sam Todd E No Talent Event
This year the girls will be
judged on beauty, poise, Intel.
i" 1--: '., lect, and personality and will
wear formal dress as well as
FIRST SERVICE swim suits. There will be no
talent competition as In the yra
past.
MONDAY The 26 girls who were selected -
if from the original entries,
I with their names, ages, hair
7:30 P.M.INTERDENOMINATIONAL color, hometowns, and sponsor
,include: a
Janet Baker, IS blonde, Uma-
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____ tilla, Jaycees: Andrea Brazil 1<+eMN 1 9"" '
v 19, brunette, Clearwater, Jaycees 't, .
I : Nancy Collins, auburn
Orlando. Greater Orlando Chamxr w11 S
of Commerce: Jeannie Du- 6"y
qume, 19, auburn, Pine Has Park +
: These Churches Supporting : City of Pmellas Park: Linda

Egland, 19, brunette, South Miami
ASSEMBLY OF GOD 100 % IEt Coral Gables Jaycees
Michel Ftotken, 20, blonde.

BAPTIST . 65 % Miami, Florida Wing Civil Air
Patrol; Linda Goldsmith, 19,

CHRISTIAN . 65 % blonde, Delta Zeta Sorority
? University of Florida, Judith
Grafton, 20, blonde Winter Ha-
CHURCH OF GOD 100 % ven, Phi Kappa Alpha, Florida
4'" Southern College, Lakeland;
EASTERN ORTHODOX 100% t Gloria I Granger, 19, blonde,
Jacksonville, Phi Delta Delta,
EPISCOPAL . . 50 % r M el ,, Jacksonville University; Cheryl
Johnson, 19, Tavares, Lake.
EVANGELICAL &, 100 % 4 ,Sumter Junior College, Lees-
DOLORES KIRSCH
burg; Carol Jaeger, 21. ,blonde,

LUTHERAN . 75 % Coral Gables, Delta Gamma
Sorority University of Florida

METHODIST . 85 % Rg Bartow Girt Listed Spain Has No IntentionOf

Carolyn King, 18, blonde, Bar-
NAZARENE 100 % tow, Pilot Club of Bartow; Do-
ores Kirsch, 20, blonde, Lake Halting Cuban Trade
PRESBYTERIAN '. 75 % Mary, Winter Park Chamber of
h Commerce; Carol Kendall, 18,
SALVATION ARMY 100% brunette, Palatka Florida Crown @}'rta'jork\ !rim,. In its defiance of the foreign
Councils Chamber of Commerce; MADRID Information Mm, assistance act, according to in-
VARIOUS OTHERDENOMINATIONS 10 Nez Love 20, Gainesville, Ister formed sources here Spain foresaw -
Manuel
i Business t Professional Worn- Fraga Iribarw I the possible use of a much-
50% Ia I n's Club. Gainesville; Theresa said yesterday that Spain had I publicized loophole In the act
vlailhot 19, brunette, St. Peters- no intention of abandoning her, that would allow the Presidentto
NON SEGREGATED ""p" hF jurg. Greater St. Petersburg "firm commitments" for tied waive the suspension of aid
t tf Y Chamber of Commerce; Theresa log with Cuba. He said Spain, in cases affecting national securiry. .
k Marsh, 21, blonde, Homestead would consider any cut In aid .
Circle K Fraternity, Mi by the United States a breachof Implying that military aid now
SERVICES NIGHTLY ml Junior College. the agreement granting the received by Spain was a condition -
Sarah Miles, 20, blonde Talahassee U. S rights to keep military of the military base agree
AT 7:30 P.M. Chipola Junior Col bases on Spanish soil. ments signed In 1933 and renewed -
: ege, Marlanna, Joyce Morrill, The government's declarationof last September Irlbarne
19, brunette, Coral Gables, its position on U. S. pressures said Spain would keep her pan
EXCEPT MARCH
1 ABOVE SAM TODD OVERSEAS CRUSADESTOP
: Lambda Chi Alpha Universityf to choose between Cuban of thd bargain, "and trusts that.
Miami Carol Patton, 19, trade and American aid the bilateral characterof
TO BOTTOM: SANTOS BRAZIL; SANTIAGO CHILE; PUSAN KOREA ; came given
runette, St Petersburg, City lust one day after the newt that those agreements, the other
Yews Bureau of St. Petersburg; Spain's strategic military Importance party will do the same, without .
"THIS MAN WITH A MESSAGE" PREACHING THE GOSPEL FOR (MODERN NEEDS .drienne Sauve, 19, blonde, to the U. S. would be bringing up questions for.el& .
HEAR Iradenton, DeSoto Celebration increased by the establishmentof !, to the facts"
AGAINST A BACKGROUND Of EXPERIENCE IN MORE THAN 40 COUNTRIES AND 5 CONTINENTS EXCEPT Inc:., Bradenton; Lana Sloniger, a PolarIS-bearing submarine

MARCH III, brunette, St. Petersburg base at Rota, on the southern
Tourist A Convention Bureau, coast, near Gibraltar. HURRICANE STUDY SET
1st "t. Petersburg Inbarne spoke at a precawnnews MIAMI (AP) Meteorologists
MAYHALL AUDITORIUM Carol Stevens, 19, brunette conference that followeda from throughout the United
-IN- Winter Haven, Exchange Naional cabinet meeting presided over States and Japan will meet In
Bank of Winter Haven; b y Generalissimo Francisco Miami March 18-20 to discuss
BRANSCOMBAUDITORIUM Margaret Tucker, IS, brunette, Franco. The U S. acted this cooperative research into the
inellas Park. Greater Plnellas week to cut some forms of aid nature of hurricanes. The University
FOR ALL PEOPLE AND ALL CHURCHES Park' Chamber of Commerce, to Spain and four other countries of Miami, was part of
2:45: P.M Mary Tumbach. 19, auburn, : under sanctions Included a Japan-United States science
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL MU 3.4324 or MU 6-5476 Jacksonville, Jacksonville University in the foreign assistance act cooperation program begun re
; and Suzanne Warner. signed last December by President cently in several scientificareas.
18, red brown. St. Petersburg, Johnson. -
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I Adams Tells Kiwanis To Support United Fund BUY A. .



Sepretiry of State Tom of the community." doing Its part In helping the only answer to building a bet of government can never, transcend -

opened'land Kiwanis his remarks Club to Adam'l Adams addressed the service United Fund. I ter education system, but the use the quality of men that BASKET
club at their noon luncheon and of better would selected to lead It."
Morrison's, Cafeteria Not Enough Done programs enhance are
by told them that the "Image of
the of the
I that the United Fund campaign the community stands tall If it Adams then turned his remarks quality .yatem'j Nepalese Speaks SAINSLL
was the "most Important tingle has a successful United Fund. to the growth of the state Water Supply Prior to Adams' speech to
that activity In the community" and i Drive." of Florida stating "we sometimes A better state Institution system the club, Lakeland city planner OF
it "denotea the conscience He commended the club for don't make an effort to was also cited as a need George Sanford Introduced a .
build our state. and Adams said the need was guest of the city Madhar.Rlmal, '
: "As a public officer I feel for work In the area of crime a district governor of Nepal.
[Lakeland{'Chamber that we have simply promoted and in rehabilitating the criminal Rlmal is a guest of the U.S. ';, AT J. M. FIELDS WHERE
Florida and have not done He said that merely lock- State Department and the city
T T'4"" v 'tfl enough in building the state for Ing the criminal In a cell is not of Lakeland as a student of the YOU GET.. MORE FOR YOUR
the future," Adams said the answer U.S. style of municipal government OFTEN !
[Of. Commerce NotesBy : The secretary of state said "We must also concern ourselves MONEY..MORE

.:. ...... .., : 4 that more dollars more people with the vital resources The Nepalese spoke briefly of
;
more transportation and of the state,' the secretary of his country Its 65,000 square PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY
JOHN M. BRYSON turned In their first official re- better communications necessarily state noted. Adams used the miles of territory and its 10 mil
General Manager port Friday ayem;and the Legislative make up the growth of late's water supply as an lion persons and noted, "I come
The singling out of the committee (Snow Mar the state example of the type of re- from the country that owns Mt.
Winter Haven golf course by tin Jr., chairman) is to plan He added that the state government I source that must be conserved Everest, but I have never beento DISCOUNt
the State Department of Education Its year's work and meet Dr. was formed to do for in, order that the stale might the top."
committee as the permanent Fred Lenfestey president of the people what they cannot do grow and prosper I' The foreign visitor said that I I
site of the Polk Coun- the Polk County Junior Col. for themselves "and that Is Adams; cited the Kate cabinet -the friendliness of the American FOOD
ty Junior College lege this coming Tuesday all." as one element of state government people was "remarkable and CENTER arullrIItCOYNt
was disappointing morning. The good professor, Education Is a quality that that can help in the far above my expectations. He iYauty IISCOYa1
and.! I by the way, hat made a highly must be worked on," he laid growth of the state. He ended added that his country has always .
in the opinion! favorable Impression on the He added that more buildingsand his remarks by telling the memo been on friendly terms QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
of many, unjus f many organizations he has addressed more money was not the bers of the club that the "level with the U.S. government.
tified. I throughout the coun-
It's a good] ty since assuming his new position
bet as of this! in mid-January. lc: 2 4
the County! The third annual manage t
moment that! ment-engineering conference '
School Boards "Controls for Cost Reduction"at ,
won't go along! the University of South : 1
with that arbitrary Florida next Saturday shouldbe 1_
recomBRYSON of Interest to many firmsIn (
mendation' and this area In addition to Its
we are hopeful that economIcs sponsor, the Florida West
and consideration of the Coast Chapter of the American ,
greatest good for the greatest Institute of Industrial Engineers. ,
number will result in the ultimate We have complete details -
selection of the Eaton for anyone who might
Park site. want to know more. c

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On the sunnier side, we are The Bartow Chamber Is to
happy to report that actual be congratulated for sponsoring .
construction of several larger Spessard L. Holland Appreciation -
and more properly descriptive Day last Thursday. +'
Interstate 4 exit signs Is The Greater Lakeland Chamber Ji>
under way, and that the prom- sent him a wire of congratulations
bed artist from "Sports Illus and best wishes
trated" was Indeed here dur with a special greeting to
ing the Orange Cup Regatta. Senator Russell of Georgia a.pk
Assistant Managing Editor I who participated In the observance
John Tlbby, In a letter writ- .
ten Feb. 17, advises, "I un- a
derstand that he Is working '
Our most sincere welcometo
on his drawings now and that
two new members: Jube .
we have every hope of having
Tack Photos and Dr. RobertH.
a productive display to run In
Jacobs, M.D.MEETING. '
January of 1965.
*
In addition Leon Joyner, SET
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The
editor of "Atlantic Coast Line Florida Board of Parks and SECRETARY OF STATI GREETED-Tom Adams, left, li .,..... by lokolond. Kiwanis Club
News," writes that he appreciated Historic Memorials will hold Its rotld.nr Roy Still, provloul t. a .'....1". ."*.|."' *"t.t tho Kiwanis Club's Friday luncheon orMorrli.n's BIG 'C' CHERRIOS LIMIT 2 WITH FOOD ORDERPECAN
my comments on the monthly meeting in Orlando Cofcrorio. Adorns .p.... briefly on the United Fund Dries sod then urnod to tho growth
and would list
magazine manyof March I. of rhe state of Florido. IL.tIer Photo By HutchisoalI .
the Lakeland events I sent 7osPKG 10
him In their travel news. I
(
Paul Naylor Ted Towson 0000000TREADO
Bob Drabik and I were treatedto
an exclusive plant tour last HOP SUNDAY FROZEN 8"
Monday morning of Marshall
Engineering Company locatedat :IOO
Combee and Broadway PIES FOR

Roads. The operation, described S I 0 0 0 0 0 0
in detail In Wednesday'sLedger I II
Is a most Interesting
one involving the use of cost I QuauTr NOON 'to 7
ly technical equipment In the p.m.
repair refinishing and testing DISCOUNT BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FULLYGround
of telephones for General Telephone
Co. and others. i
*
Writing Ted's name remindsme
that It was he who told
me a couple of weeks ago .
that CALIF stands for COME _
AND LIVE IN FLORIDA. I
can't wait to pass that on to
Tiger Trainer Jack Homel BEEFBLUE
who's always giving me a lotot
chaff about his home state
*
And speaking of the Tigers,
RIBBON
we're striking out in our efforts ;, ,
to find suitable accommodations C
for those who bring lb5.
their families with them.
We have only ourselves to

blame if many of them returnto HI-ACRES 6.6.6
their homes not too happy
about Lakeland whereas they TRUCKLOAD Sale 54 BLUE RIBBON QUALITY, TASTY, TENDER (] IB PKCS AND
WITH ELEMENTS :
are potentially our greatest ... 39

salesmen. FERTILIZER 50 IB. BAG O :2'
Some of my readers, assuming Beef Lve
there are any left may
say that I've harped on this LB
But I feel strongly
enough. very
about It, as I'm sure you've ROSES EVERGREENS AZALEAS Sugar CreekFranks
guessed by now, and am not 12.
about to apologize for continuing ::
to hammer at it In the OrPkg. 3 99c
hope that I can interest someone Go I. 77 Arborvitae 144 Aut. 19 For
additional Can And Juniper Colors 10"''
In providing 1 Sliced Bolo

rental facilities or at least already Aurd. Varieties; d Colors All Balled and Burlaped Ideal for Walk Liners Pkg.
might dig up a few more
existing but unknown

houses or *apartments.* GARDEN HAND TOOLS Long Handled Garden Tools

We were real pleased to see ii TzZA c 4g
Mrs Lois Searl Lakeland's PIES0000E0
font and only lady city com 39* 3 94* Shovel o Reke 2 $3
missioner, selected as the recipient ca. or for o Hoe o Half Moon Edger for
of Sertoma Internation
.1'. "service to mankind"
award for the state of Florida. NUTRI-SOL POWER MOWER 5uy Better Produce HereIliANAS
Her work with the Children'sRehabilitation
Ranch has been TAe liquid dirt for lonta. 22" cut 1 H,f. Irif.. ft
truly outstanding. For shard,.. pl."ts, cri.,. 7 i 8 7 ton .".i".. 6 ..., ; 51.5 4 8 7
.. s.tbkn., richer C.I- I Ibs. cuttinf li.i.htt. Ckee.. f. ,
... .
The next meeting of our National -. .. Scout flowers other "'acI. .. .
Affairs committee -

scheduled nesday noon for-should Morrison's bring Wed-out DELUXE 5-Pc. REDWOOD and ALUMINUM PATIO SET

a record crowd. Co-chairman
Levie D. Smith Jr. will present e Deluxe Folding Chaiio Two Folding Chairs V
a review of the Cuban 2 Aluminum Stock Tables Compare
situation by Serafin Leal a 2 9 8 4 Complttt I LI
Cuban expatriate and memberof racluliveclotl". ", u.-tull. ."eI,. At 39.98 .
a. Tampa city planningfirm. OR IUY SI'A ATILYt Chono 14.IT Choir 6.97 Tables 2.94' 5 PC. Set fR


This committee, which has
for several years been meet Choose from over 20
ing at 7:30: a.m. and still does Sunday Special House War items These I
once each month in additionto 8 arrived too lot. to be od- tr

really Its monthly started something.noon sessions, PLASTIC HOUSEWARES rti..dforWoahlngton"EACH o 1T.y

Sale. So
Birthday scoop
Thirteen members of our Never Again At This Price. them up today. .
Safety committee (Floyd Zimmerman
chairman) met at ..
Jr. .
QUALITY JIlt e a'- of'CHARGr
that early hour Thursday and 'tP ..s.L.d ALWA'R.
: :
for an ambitious O/ '
drew plans
program up of traffic and I LAKELAND: U.S. 92 East at Rose St. 1f / J DISCOUNTS ::'.. := Lakeland U.S. 92 East at Rose St. **f 7' QUALITY "' wr rAI.WAV- ICr
for the V OPSM e.... .1-." ......... **m to T r>M. ,...-''''.. 8VS.RY DAY : ...- DISCOUNT* M...m--.... I
fire safety projects O '"' R.ll. Ills, aM.rr Man M 1 f M % i"v r-_ ......"DA. J
year, Bob Stoneley and our :
new membership I "club"I

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Bad Weather Early Bloom Forecasts

Fails To Halt Hooks Leaves TomorrowFor



Berry Harvest Need To Spray CitrusBy Talks With SunkistFlorida '


PLANT CITY- While adverse LARRY K. JACKSON sprayed at two thirds petal

weather continued to plague the Assistant County Agent fall.

ripening and harvesting of straw. Citrus trees in most areas For spider mites, scale and Citrus Commission "We want to remind an of our each category have been selected : : 1
of the State art close to officials will be in California
berries during last week the very Insects other than rust mite good customer in Californiathat in elimination screenIngs -
blooming, and many tree. in one might use sineb-oit, chlorobenzilate tomorrow to discuss matters Florida still is the best around the world and will t
movement of fruit climbed again some areas have already begun of interest to citrus Industries
-oil ethion oil. or source for citnul"Study be Judged In Hollywood on :
toward the 200,000 pint mark to bloom.It gulhion-parathion or malathlon of both state. Feb. 24 for International
during the first five days of the appears that this season's mixtures. This material General Manager Homer E. Coast Stale Broadcasting Awards ,
week. Shipper reported a total bloom may be quite a bit should be applied when mites Hooks and Attorney D. Burke The recent survey of Commission
of 14.729 flat of berries moved earlier than In past yean and first appear. Kibler III will meet In Los operations by the business Guest Of HonorIn

out from Monday through Friday citrus growers should begin For scale and rust mite control Angeles with F. R. Wilcox consulting firm of Boot addition to Hook, other
totalling I7 ,748 pints of thinking about their post- one could use guthton. or general manager of Sunkist Allen and Hamilton presented serving on the Judging panel
berries. bloom spray materials a combination of tineb. Despite cold and rain, the Several problems may confront or sulfur with eith- will be such matters the amount of emphasis president of H. J. Heinz Co..
quality held up relatively well the grower at this time er parathion or malathion. as opposition to federal standards which should be given to Hal Neal president of ABC
of year: he want to eliminate of identity for frozen In Radio J.
through the week It was, said may No matter what pest Is being store merchandising activities ; Meyer Schme president
grade-lowering diseases concentrated Juice the West of Schine J.
Monday's movement total of orange opposition on Coast Hotels; P.
a controlled what mater
and insects such as melanose, or b y citrus- growing Hooks declared. -. Frawley Jr., president of
4.800 the week flats,with was the heaviest produc of scab! greasy spot and rust ial is used always exercise states to any reduction in federal "It is our intention to meet Schick Safety Razor Co., and r-roM.* C......." 104.,.*, .Hie.1; Wilta. .J*. Van Slo....
Tuesday Before
lag almost as but the mite; or, he may wish to con extreme caution. using read tariffs on citrus imports with our Pacific Division manager E. G. Bunker, president of the lift ... sass .....- as a.Mot W- Rstk/esr, fllri4e (ifnI.
many with trol infestations of scale any pesticide STOP and other matter of concernto and with regional managers Radio Advertising Bureau. M.t..l .K.H. des a.hMis.1*, ......n a peas <"*' ,*.*. c....
following days a
dropping the label
low for the week of 1.300 flats mealybugs, and whitefly; or. before the precautions using. on the nation' two largest Cit. In the area for comments Judging will be conductedat f.r* c. held FrW., 'Of Vii $l.bk*. wh. <. ...I.*..* H .... Vic.
Thursday through Wishnaukl ftNaihel he may have a combinationof rus -producing state concerning future Commission the CBS -TV studios in ....w..t .f tfc. fur***** Ic._l. Cmwii"l, ( ._......iett .*
any of these problems.For For complete details on post- 'In addition to these meetings merchandising on the West Hollywood with the awards ...
in Plant City and Wai ark.hae. V $lobb. .. was .kt for W...fclM, co.fero.cof ill tk*
other *
melanose scab greasy bloom sprays, sprays with Sunkist officials it Coast." ha said. dinner the following night at
Inc. Dover. .. tk GMNl As' **** M Terrff.nd .
den-Sparkman, at ; Gtit silks *
f *
materials tolerances vats psadia'
and mites 1
spot rust use cop- spray very important that we visit While In California Hook the Hollywood Palladium.
Shippers said with fair weather per plus chlorobezilate or sulfur waiting periods and other pertinent the California Market which also is scheduled to serve asa An address by Adolfo Lopez Tr**..
over the weekend there wouldbe This spray should be applied information consult the account for 10 per cent of the Judge in selecting the outstanding Mateo President of Mexico
a substantial fain in volume one to three weeks after 1964 Better Fruit Program. national consumption of Floe radio and television will be featured at award "
this week with the largest increase petal fall if melange is the Just off the press, which may I d*'* frozen concentrated commercials for the past year. dinner at which Hook will be
coming the latter part il main problem. Varieties that be obtained in the County orange Juice Hook said. The 10 best commercials in a guest of honor.

the week J tend to be scabby should be Agent's office. THE CITRUS hi
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BEEF UP YOUR MENUS .Agw itiiir : CIRCUITBy


DAVE PRATT
with
-' Ledger Staff Writer

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Prelude To Centra Talks
t-B LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday Feb. 28. 164

TIIOSE WHO ATTENDED the press conferenceheld

: w at Florida Citrus Mutual Friday learned a little
( 1 bit about the Common Market and its proposed dealings .
with the U.S. and quite a lot about the fine

art of hedging.
) :
The figure at center stage was Willem-Jan Van
/ Slobbe vice president of the European
C i Economic Community's commission .
I
on agriculture. Van Slobbe was
I
U. S. j j visiting Lakeland and Mutual follow.

ing talks in Washington relating to a
spring conference in Geneva on the
iiuCK General Agreement on Tariffs and
-S
I p Trade. His visit seemed an ideal opportunity -

39C fr J4 j fare. to find out .how citrus will


.,, .-- Paramount In the concerns of the
Florida citrus industry of course is

= PRATT concern that the U.S. might negotiate .

cTArPOUND I away import duties on citrus in
Geneva for concessions by the Europeans.

Specifically the Industry is afraid that citrus
might simply be lumped with an entire list of commodities *

and indiscriminately traded off to secure

CONTROL 114 MI tk. left alb of but fc.. km treat*] for control .f fin ant. |yt. .* the trade concessions abroad that would result in a
FRESH right, mmm4 .f rum**' *or.h ttitify t* ,*....<* .* tk* and l"it If ...1.,..* ,kot. .f tk* im.pert1 threatened reduction of tariffs at U.S. ports of 50(
GROUND BEEF fir. ss. The DMsie .f Flout. Control .f the Fieri* Doportmont .f AfrlcvltHr to itortmf per cent or more. f "

LEAN *rtY* t* wipe sit Hi. sad In she .!..., wish l'lti.,iett .f the control projrom to tot. place In n.- *
trl pert .f FUrM
HERE VAN SLOBBE was reassuring. Not so
he said; the Common Market would prefer to dealwith
Cattle Fire Ant Control agricultural items one by one although per
haps industrial commodities might be considered
.
"linearly. v .
o 99c Sa'iesDown Of "So far as agricultural products .are concerned '
I Topic Meeting I think they can be treated commodity by 'commodity
," he said.

"For agricultural produce our attitude is quite
BARTOW Control of the fire ant In the state McCown "
different than the U.S. Van Slobbe
said. "Tariffsfor
1 Sales of cattle and calve ,
.3ea.w4: Imported fire ant will be discussed
acid.
Presently the Division of "
at Cattlemen's Livestock Market at a public meeting to agricultural produce are in a very minor role. .
Plant Industry of the Department Van Slobbe implied that citrus could be taken
be held In the
this week were down com- County Agent'soffice
KRAFT'S PURE Thursday night at 8 of Agriculture has a program off the list of negotiable commodities as far as the
pared to total sales a week
o'clock. Jack T. McCown. Polk underway for control Common Market is concerned."We .
before. A total of 362 cattle "
County Agricultural Agent has of fire ant in the north and are interested in certain other concessions
6 Os. Jar and calves were sold Tuesday announced.He northwest counties of Florida. he said. Presumably these other concessions are in.

MUSTARD Limit 2STOKELY'S Sc according to Harold Howze of urged all persons who McCown said plans are to dustrial but it is the concept of "other concessions"
Florida State Marketing Bu are experiencing problem which worries Florida citrus officials who fear citrus
reau. The week before 417 with fire ants to attend the initiate this program in the ant could easily be a sacrificial offering on the altar of
were sold. meeting to hear a complete explanation infested counties in the cen- international commerce.In .
TANGY TOMATOCATSUP of how to controlthe tral portion of the state duringthe the meantime, Van Slobbe said the Common

Price on daughter steer pest. spring and summer This Market members are working. on a system of new
held steady heifer and bull Get AppropriationThe will be a "cost sharing" program tariffs to be applied against outside countries a
wire scarce; cows steady to 1963 between the farmer and system he said will eliminate all quotas.

14 ". 9C 50 cent higher and calve ture appropriated Florida additional Leglsla- the state and federal government "Taking off quotas will be new" Van Slobbe

Btl. SO cent to $1 higher Howie money for the control of the he said.Explaining said. "Every"import shall be free .as far as quantity.
Is concerned.
reported. Stocker steer and the control
heifers held steady, cows were to $31. standard $2150 to program *
LIMIT TWO WITH 3.00 PURCHASE PLEASE scarce: heavy calves steady $27. utility $19 to $23. at the meeting will be
light calves 50.cents to $I Good and choice feeder. Charles E. Shepard assistant TilE COMMON: MARKET OFFICIAL said the

AMERICAN BEAUTY CREAM STYLE higher. The breakdown: stocker steers $18 to $2020 chief plant inspector Florida new "external tariffs" will be gradually phased in
Good and choice slaughter common and medium $14 to Department o f Agriculture so that they will be fully implemented by 1970.( The
sheen $19.50 to $22.50, standard $18.23; medium heifers, $14 to Division o f Plant Industry new figures will be computed he said by figuring
S17.75 to $1815; good heif $1725, common. $1350 to Gainesville; J. C. Haley supervisor the arithmetical average of current tariffs applied
303 Can era. $19 to $21; utility cows $13.73. In charge of the by Common Market nations against other countries.
COIN LimitThree 9C $14.85 to $17.40. cutter $12.75 Good heavy calves $20 to USDA Plant Pest Control The import duties on oranges, Van Slobbe said
to $14.75. $23, medium $17 to $21. com Division and J. C. Denmark are 10 cent in West
per Germany, 13 cent in the
Good calves $19.75 to $24.23, mon $14.23 to $17 medium plant supervising inspector Benelux per
countries and 35
standard $19 to $2225 utility light. $2275 to $26.75. common Florida Department of Agriculture for per cent in France now,
$17 to $1950 cull$1375 $19.50 to $24.50, Inferior Division of Plant In example.The
LARGE SIZE PACKAGE to $18; good vealers $27.50 $14.50 to 2050. dustry. common "external tariff1 which will Via
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applied In 1970 for oranges, he said, ;'iiibe 20 percent

Limit One n. Although in the winter the new and 15 rates per will cent enable in the summer.the U.S. to

I C H E E With 3.00Purchase 1 9 cI Valencias ship oranges to France more cheaply than has been

"R r Considered er done than in the what past American it was pointed citrus shippers out, they are are paying high.

now to sell in Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and

Florida Juice i King Luxembourg.That is true. Van Slobbe conceded; but he said.

&\\ CAOTSA Americans are still thinking in terms of individual
countries the difference now I. that the. Common
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The single greatest boon to concentrator chilled Juice I million boxes. For the same Market as far aSbeing'p purchasing power, must;;

1 LB. CELLO the modern citrus industry packer and the singlestrengthJuice period, the production of Valencia be considered as one nation.
and to consumers of orange plant. increased by 28 million *
9c Juice is the Valencia orange. boxes. In recent years plantings
PKG. There are other fancier varieties Because of its high yield of Valencia has exceeded MUCH MORE INTERESTING to the Florida

.... ... and some which are and fine flavor the Valencia settings of early and midseason citrus industry are the projected Common Market
peeled but whenit has been In increasing demand. varieties. tariffs on
more easily grapefruit of which the U.S. is the
comes to Juice the Valencia This has been especially S8 Million Boxes world's sole supplier.
.
e i. true since the concentrated
is the king.
Right now Germany
Nature has endowed the product took over such a The big freeze has limited tariff imposes a five per cent
on import of
Valencia with certain special large share of the juice market this year's Valencia crop to 12 grapefruit the Benelux countries -
cent and
qualities which make it ideal -more than 2/3 of the an estimated 38.000,000 boxes per France 20( per cent.
for Juice-in the home and in crop goes Into concentrate. The demand will be strong Market By 1970 Van Slobbe anticipates, the Common
the processing plant. Its skin Production ClimbingIn with all segments of the mar external tariffs will be a uniform J2 per
is relatively' thin for ket trying for their share of cent.
cutting but it's also exception easy spite of hurricane Don. this delicious fruit. Florida However, West Germany is Florida's best customer
ally tough. It withstands the na in the 1960-61 season-and Citrus Mutual estimates an for grapefruit in Europe and, from that standpoint
trip to market in armored-car freezes-in the 1957-58 and average price of 85 cents per the industry will suffer from the new tariff.
fashion. And inside the akin 196J-63 seasons-the produc pound of solids delivered for "It Is not improbable that this rate will be seduced -
Is the perfect combination for tion of Valencias has shown a concentrate quality Valenciasthe ," Van Slobbe conceded.
Juice. remarkably regular upward balance of the .season andsees The Common Market official stated that we must
trend. Back in the I940's production a steady FOB price for remember that
is
Taste King was in the area of 20,. the finished product.The Florida's grapefruit."Imports Europe. using more and more of

Most Important In term of 000,000 boxes; in the 1950's, big concentrate single-
610 W. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA AVE. of grapefruit have been increased,
quantity Itt Juice yield I II the number Jumped into the strength and chilled Juice
from 1958 "
to
And 991 COMBEE ROAD high. Just as 'Important in 30,000,000 box category; and plants will swing into opera- 1962 from 41,000 to 74,000 tons., he
terms of taste I Is the balanceof In the 1961-62 season some tion about April I in a big said.These
solids and acids which work 56,000,000 boxes of Valencias way on the Valencia crop. figures include both fresh and processed
together to produce a flavor went to market.Or And because of the Ideal growing forms of citrus.Paralleling.
OPEN SUNDAYS 8 TILL 6 and sweetness which makes stated another way. conditions this year's this. Van Slobbe cited imports of

the Valencia the taste king In from the 1950-31 season to the crop according to Mutual' oranges to Europe have increased from 1,208,000 tons
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED the Juice field. 1962-63 .season production of Executive Vice President in 1958 to 1,545,000 tons in 1962. The US. share
The Valencia Is the squeezing Florida early and mid-sea- Robert W. Rutledge. "will bea for the same period, climbed from 24,000 to 36,000
favorite for housewife con oranges increased by K.( vintage crop." tons, he cited






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LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, Feb. 23, J184 7.BLAKELAND

Ringer' To Open At Polk _



Coming soon to the Polk Thea other a poor spinster who kill)i reld, year-old daughter of the sister Hla suspicions after the f
"
Ser to "Dead Ringer, Warner the first and takes over bet' director, Paul Henreld, makes murder lead, without hit reall

pros, film tarring Bette Davit existence. her screen debut In the William log so, to her arrest

lin dual roles She plays the part Costarring In the macsbri i H. Wright production. Peter Lawford is seen aa theI f! T

ief estranged twin ilitert, one melodramlll! Karl Maulden an
0.--tlch ind -Just widowed- and the Peter_Uwford. Monika Hen_. den plays a Los Angeles police rich sister while her husband

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*: t GROVE-Starts Thursday, 'Tom Jones,' with Joyce Redman .
.T tit and Albert Finney DRIVE-IN -Tonllht through Tuesday, 'Four
: for Texas,* with Frank Sinatra and Anita Ekberg. Also show

r+r ing, 'Raw Wind In Eden, ,' with Esther Williams.
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'r..... .t .., ",,.', ,', DRIVE-IN THEATRES *

} A '!:b. TONIGHT IS THE NIGHT TO GO OUT TO A MOVII
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OPEN 6115-SHOW: 7:00

:IX

POLK Coming loon 'Dead Ringer with Bette Davis, k First Drive-In Showing !

Peter Lawford and Karl Maulden.

STARTS TONIGHT
+ SHOWN AT 7:00 AND 10:51: >>


I Scene In New Movie T A.'T.: .---


Ruffles Calm Cast SINATR FRANK MARTIN DrAM


Jfrfa \Jorfc Haw. trouble was trivial, the sort of ANITA URSULA.

bottleneck that Is never' appar-
EKBERG ANDRESS
HOLLYWOOD If there Is
ent on a screen except to the
anything the American movie most expert of professionals Haw.

CAROL AND COMPANY C.rol IM'..tt .." I her ....t. industry that Is guaranteed to It seemed a fairly simple a 4 m TEXAS

Rakart ,root.*, a..r I I. fair-movin|, witty, ..,lety ra.vo, Carol turn film into gold, It !I. a Rock scene Through a medical error.
Technicolor
C...,. ,," h..I.... .,ecl.1 to a* r*.r*,'c..t 1".,, 10.11 Hudson has been told that he t
Hudson Doris Day comedy. SILVER DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday
,.... 1ST) .. the CBS TvltvltlMi H......... has an Incurable illness. He decides MOON ,
Their first two, "Pillow Talk" that In Ms remaining time 'Ballad of a Gunfighter,' with Marty Robbins Also showing,

and "Lover Come Back," were he must find a good man to succeed 'Donovan's Reef,' with John Wayne. PLUS AT 9:10: ONLYI

among the biggest hiu Universal him as Doris Day's bus ESTHER !in "RAW WIND IN EDEN"

en Beautiful Lake Thonotctaita hat had in recent years. band. In this sequence, he has WILLIAMS __ COLON -
,
made a tape recording of his )
STEVE'S Generally, the atmosphere on plight, which he plays In his f"4t I

the sets of these pictures Is home for his friend, Randall
AT ONLY
SHOWN S4I
M RUSTIC LODGE cheerful, the kind of mood required while Miss Day Is upstairs dressIng F SI JOHN LIB

, for comedy. for a formal party. According e y I W.I 1* MARVIN

WORLD FAMOUS FOR But the other day, on the to Hudson's plan, the tape. STARTS TONITE "DONOVAN'S REEF

sound stage at Universal City, will be played for his wife after For Three Big Nitetf f -TscNNICOLOR-

STEAKS SEAFOODS tension supplanted affability Before his death camera rehearsal, Hud MOWN A' f," AND I*,It
?< Hudson was worried and, event- fiRST LAKELAND SHOWING
ually, had troubl. controllinghis son and Jewison listened to the MI rioMT, m SINOS
nsw ...1....... tram LakN.nd. ..... Mil Interstate 4 twanty two fit lovt .
Or.l Urn runt an H'...... ST. and rallaw ..... taur mllM ta *,>v*a usually even temper. The tape Jewison assured the actor UJSBTV NeflON's TOP
.
Norman Jewlion that It was good They then entered I
director, wa wttnm KCMMM/ rut
let *...".fl.*. Ml ttlh et CM the expensive home that afQ'w
equally Irritable Tony Randall, '
the side had been built for this film. In lAUM r .. lW
generally ,
Cocktail Closed on waspish N ""
OQO
1-Crfl
the den, Hudson placed the tape "COLOR
Lounge VOO'IO/I decided this was no time to drip] 8fWIDJ(
MondaysTAMPA recorder on the table and sat
verbal acid on taut nerves. In OFA
short, this was hardly the climate beside It, his back to the stairs QUNHQHTERFH.rttl.AMI ,

to be expected for Send Me Fruit Bowl Removed 4
T...".yi lirault Sahiraar*-4:10 H 10:10 p.e.Svcd.rr1 "
No Flowers, the sort of comedy tt.
t. 10 ,.... ; After some discussion, It was
that the outspoken Martin Mel-
decided that he be
woul4 not
cher, a shrewd businessman and FILMLAND DRIVE-IN Tonight through Tuesday, 'The 0"010" thru """O"Y
likely to take that seat because _
ALL COLOR PHOOHAM
the husband of Miss Day, described he would want to keep an eye Prize,' with Paul Newman and Edward G. Robinson. Also > .

as "clean sex comedy, on the stars his wife would take showing, 'Rimpage; with Robert Mitchum and Jack Hawkins "RAMPAGE"PLUS "N sits
enticing but legal-a good fortmule"
LOCATID a MIL NOIIT"
Jewison calls It "dia when she finished dressing He HWT, >1 .01111'1' MITCHUM laCK NAWKIN5'
was shifted to another chair tape recording and still leave I;sly grin spread over Randall's ,

logue comedy"Trouble and Randall took his. Jewtoon the staircase always In the public face and he seemed about to PLUS THriOIJ I NEW WOK IN LOVE AND SUSPENStltmmtm

Cause Trivial suggested-and Hudson agreed, mind suggesting the possibility make a comment. But he MOWN AT IM

Ordinarily, tension during that the fruit bowl on the table that Miss Day might descend -changed his mind The cameraman ONLY EPPI
was \mnecessary. It was removed during the playing of the
filming la attributable to such
muttered "one of those
1 /
serious disturbances a. conflict tspe. things They can drive you I I / I I 1 I 1 I
between star and director, com Danny Fapp the cameraman, Suddenly the director noticed "

r YpV petition between stars, scrip after quick look Into the camera that Hudson's dress shirt-h crazy. -

trouble, running well beyond pointed out that the tape was not yet wearing the dinner GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENn-R-. CRESMfREI PARKING I

budget. In this Instance, the recorder on the table was so bit
Jacket In this scene-was wet
hat It cut off a good deal of
Randall's face and seemed too with perspiration under the NOW! Shows at 1 :00.3:08.5:16: 7:26 9:36
AT THE THEATERS e I
arms He told Hudson to changethe
dominant How about having
shirt. Hudson pointed out + THE ASTOUNDING STORY OF AN ASTOUNDING MILITARY
Randall pacing while he listened -
V rilMLAN D."I.1t that since he would not be raising f LOTTO TAKE OVER THEM UNITED STATES
"": throu.h to the mournful taped voice m am ," ...
t:: AaMlws.' "' .rI 'n. Priw- his arm, the stain would not nmrntm-jan mm.ire -
WKjnMda. mud. Thtiradarl "...b.ln' of Hudson? This was rejected be noticed. Jewison" replied that
ntnt':: an4 H.. WMk to a .&!. after a three-way discussion. I
when he reached forward to
rrnitir and BatuMirIUIIi of a "Isn't this ridiculous?" asked'
Ounfltnt.r! ," 'Gail. L"'J' AotV'O0055 turn on the tape recorder the
APr a ,pcA oG p1.tpCk Jewison "Spending all this time splotch might be caught by the
TNCAT55
TR "SSJi ,hroua". w.d..d.n ....... trying to shoot something? If camera
'e4l we only had a 'wild (movable)
EpPpGEaPtr ThJones' ""rougA saturdan "' m As he left to change the shirt I I / tr .
wall It would have been aim T I
S LAKILAND Oaiv IM Hudson muttered, "if we were
G V toimt UiroMin '.d Pour .for pie We would just take out the ..
T iai'; ..s 'fle-r: IOJ In Edun shooting 'B a t tI If r 0 nt. wewouldnt .. !!?'ii!<
Wrdniadap throuah Aaturdal. "Chat'wall, move the camera and <
rada ant P.al. Panit have to worry about
hoot. But we t move the
POLN TMIATtlt can SEVER
said nothing A
this" Jewison
Todar.Uimah Thuradar, "Olokl Affiamt
camera with this permanent wall .
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k. ,C;
and _. ... "
!saturaan ct K III our way He paused. I-
m.n. M D.
pose TMOAT'' IN'.t There were several momentsof t .g. Ma'V

or.l urr.u.h 7o..dtf Ci ..; R.d" Upt- brooding by all. "Why don'tl I \ 1M .---
W.Asoiln...... th."b rrtdtr: 'Room'HIib.Hrhaol I 5s -
FT. HESTERLY ARMORY TAMPA 4 t" soil /fature OirfBaTiirdaj sad W. we move the table? Jewison| :

"Abbott" and aiked. It was obviously no solution fBJUeND O'BRIEN MARTIN BALSAM
: Coatallo Maat
MAR. 10 thrs 16TUES. Jack In ttia ......l&Ik" and .0... and was rejected. Another .1 1 '
."
Coming tain BlnbadSllVtlt aniamum i 00;. nuiHKamatmmwiuHnSTARTS .
MOON OKIVt.IMTwlar chilling silence was broken by _...._ .
soaps 00t.t Hera N ti w..n.a or r ... AVMs N__
Mar. 10-700: PM. Ounflthlar thcouall and"Tuatdar'Donavan: Ballad of af Hudson's comment: II .--.
IChldVa Vi Pr I TICKETS WmJnaMar od Thurtdar '11.nd ; 5

WED., THURS.. Fdl.-I:00 '.M. NOW ftldar tha River and Balurdar and Cap rTh* Faar<- Hamtlni,*. Time Drags On .
/14 J:JO fM. ON SALE Tba lAooraou and Tha Tarror.'' "What has to
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SAT1dM.r.: Vt ft:I AtnlUlUfDlU."uburo'OTMtH CITII.'...1.. Rpr10.. nice clean.action pictures. Short I,: THURSDAY
SAT. Mar. 14-100 '.1.1. << AIRLINE ;
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MOM. Mar. It-*:00 PM. AVON PARK-Hllana: 'Lo. IUl a remarks brought smiles and restored -

MORRIS CHALFEN .._..11 r 11.C MAUVE Propar .!Coutdoor'tianiarKARTOW : "m Solo.rand t'ld" I hope.Attempts .were made to '': Opportunities ; "BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR! "

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LAKE pink WiLLEO In tfta BUla V.ar Zaro. Wtioi Biaa up a scene with Randall's chair 'I MN AND WOMtMIf 5 'BEST ACTOR! 'BEST DIRECTOR!

S. el..gnL la Mr Bad? and World moved closer to Hudson Then ,I _... rao'uataa. Albert Finney Tony RichardsonNEW
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8-B LAKELAND LEDGER JUST POUND OUT
Sunday, Feb. 23. 1M4 GREATWASN'T OUR WONDERFUL
A BEST I
THAT A JEVER SAVV- / WAS
'Farmer'sDaughter' GOOD < IT WAS
MOVIE ? WONDERFUL

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Is Renewed xxn'v .. ROl w I

By BOB THOMAS
tiY; o AP Movie-Television Writer -, Af VrF
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Katie Nrryy.
made Itt! "The Farmer's Daugh }
ter" has been renewed for the 0'T
next television season. The
ALL THE JUNGLE
oddsmakers said no show starring RMLY NE7RIES WILL KNOW THAT
a woman could succeed in TOf7GHt. TTHCPRUMMER"KIUEPTME6MOST
.
today's television market un THELMJM5fA7TNTLM'E
less she could play it for laughs PfP-ht2T A4RT$ WHO WAUS-ANP
Announcing like a "Lucy" or a "Hazel." IWILLRUIE N
TOIL ARE WEAK YOII
j PLACEI
Ills
Yet "The Farmer's Daughter CANNOTAtOYe P
'q The First ," starring Inger Stevens, rot a n
was recently picked up for Its
second season, having weath- ;;
AnnualPROGRESS ered yet another handicap of 'I-

aye.Yw dx suffering a midseason twitch 'Sr ,
from Friday to Wednesday v THEEY/L R7WrO
night.
THEoI''ATPHYTMc
s I Proud Of Success 0 TMFFNNiFcdoro

"I must admit I'm a little .-
: proud that we did it," said the
; EDITION outspoken Swede. "I don't be- .
E ,lieve anyone really thought that I I I HEAR PETER GC3 E Dot -
; SWIPED A
PlULCW.
we would last beyond 13 weeks i 25 CLAMS P3R>tJUR NOW; [
when we first went on the air AXEPHIM.f..J. .
+ STAY I IM Mis HOTEL.. '
To Be Published By The and very little was done to help po
us. All of which proves that if I

LAKELAND LEDGER you and believe work in hard what you're there doing Is a p I Z:

chance you can succeed," "
; d Saturday, March 28th Inger didn't realize Just how ifff ; = 1
successful the series was until If1JI "

r ..f :}l IT'S TIME WE TOLD ,for she the went winter to St.carnival.Paul recently She re- ... I

ports that 100,000 people turned \ .
.
THE WORLD ABOUT out for the torchlight parade by :----- .
far the biggest crowd In the car- Ili 'tti, .

POLK COUNTY'S nival'i"I visited history a lot of children In
{ : hospitals, and they all watched
I WONDER WHY LASSES rLORR/d 1Mx
the show, she said "I was
i amazed." ALWSCLOSETHERr.rntt{ TAIK/N' Te YERtr6r'
{ ak11 DECISION TOGO EYES WHEN THEYfeEcerrw
> I Marriage Hinted KISSED? rQ
The question she was asked =
most often was: Is Katie going

s ;it f AHEAD I !! to(played marry by William the congressman Windom) for :. tt'r

? whose sons she is governess?
{. 1 Send Copies of The "I don't know but I would 0T
r think so," she said "After all.
:}}Y. .. DECADE FOR DECISION after a year or more people will
"'' }' talk."
Y%
:;} Progress Edition
{ l
+* And what about marriage for
"" To Your Friends. Inger Stevens, girl bachelor? I"IrM IMI YI YW,Iw.,WMi"N ,. x

lets "Brog-A-Little" About Polk.m "Yes, I want to get married,"
she said "but It will take a very f

EACH with understanding my schedule man I have to put to up be Ponti May Have Taken

up at 5 a.m. to leave for the studio :
copy and I usually don't get
: ENCLOSEDIN home until 8:20 at night. I nev Appeal To Pope PaulIn w The
er have a day off In the series,
.. or Bring This Coupon To
IN A and when I do I have to shoot
i' r COLORFULWRAPPER commercials or photographs.1" Try To Wed Actress ; ii
[ \ : THE LAKELAND LEDGER (I Stars

P. O. BOX 408 ROME (AP) Italian newspapers hat twice In 1959 and 1962 -
Corner of Missouri & Lime II Today speculated Saturday that'confirmed the validity of that

Lakeland, Florida 25' 'I movies producer Carlo Ponti! I marriage. Impel

Enclos. 25c each for single In had gone directly to Pope Paul Proceedings Secret IIr,1, *
copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. VI In his long fight to be legally II Messaggero, a Rome newspaper : ,
EACH OR HistoryBy wed to Sophia Loren In Italy. said Ponti had made a By Carroll Righter
final appeal under canon law
MAILED
FREE
said
Gente a weekly magazine
procedure, asking the Pope to
Anywhere In the U.S. or Canada THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Sacred Rota a Vatican put the case before the Rota for
A. I Today l I. Sunday. Feb. 23, tribunal handling annulment review. Vatican sources said

e.l OM enclosing s. . 5 In 1964.the There are 312 days left case-was reviewing the mar they had no information to substantiate SUNDAY FEB. 23, 1964
Please Mail the Decade for Decision year riage of Pontl to Ciuliana Flasrl. the reports. The pro- ,
Edition ceedings of the Sacred Rota are GENERAL TENDENCIES: to July 21)) Steer clear of of.
Tot
Progress Church
A Roman Catholic '
Today's, highlight In history: always secret. A Sunday when It is well to ficials on this fine day and
FOR On this .date in J847, Gen. tribunal In the Italian capital I Attorneys who have ,repre- tune in on righteousness, enjoy the simple pleasures of
Zachary Taylor and his Invading sented Ponti, Miss Loren and whether at the studies or services home and family. Get to workon
army were in an unfavorable Miss Flastrl In the past said of your choice for the hobby, creative ideas. For
{ } 1 position on the plain northof Professor Who hey knew of no new action. conventional business attitude get about the public for now
Saltillo when he received Neither Ponti nor Miss Loren is does not produce very good -be happy within yourself.
ADDRESS
$1 1. word Mexican Gen. Santa Anna now in Italy, results now. Fine time for LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21)
was approaching. Outnumbered Rapped Kennedy There is no divorce In Italy. thinking in terms of the religious Steer clear of new friends to-
; CITY STAn 3.1, Taylor withdrew to a pass Ponti cannot legally wed Miss and spiritual tenets day and strive to make own
1 4q . . . 30 miles north and held the Asked To Quit Loren in Italy unless his 1946 that will bring you growth and family happy; benefit from
pass until night fell. Taylor be- marriage to Miss Flastrl, her- advancement in lofty living. their fine ideas. Fundamentalaffairs
MAILED came a national hero having self an attorney la annulledby ARIES (March 21 to April are very important.
NAMI held his ground and forcing the CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) the church. 19) Improving everything Forget tangents time-wasting
larger Mexican army to with Prof Revilo P. Oliver, who attacked around you, as well as striving pursuits.
ADDRESS FREE draw. President Kennedy in a Marriage Voided for greater financial security VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22)
On this date In 1784. the John Birch Society magazine, After Pontl obtained a Mexican is fine now. Make Getting together with high-
Anywhere Rhode Island General Assembly -'has been asked to resign from divorce, he and Miss Loren your plans on this free day. minded persons who can elevate
t'. CITY STATE authorized emancipation of''the University of Illinois\ by the were maried by proxy in Mexico Be more cordial when dealing your consciousness Is
. . . I In the slaves resident of the university In 1957. Bigamy chargesthen with others fine now. Avoid those who
I In 1927 President Calvin ,alumni association. were brought In Rome TAURUS (April 20 to May literally leave you cold. Sit
U.S.or Coolidge signed a bill establishing In a letter to Oliver Friday, against him and the actress. 20)) Sitting about moping Is down in PM and plan new
NAME a federal radio commission Robert B. Pogue of Decatur Two years ago the Mexican bad for you today. Step out week with wisdom.
I In 1945, U.S. Marines planted said he was speaking only for proxy marriage was declared early to services and meet LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
}} ADDRESS the American flag on Mt. himself, but added he had "con- null in Mexico. Now Ponti and with good friends Unhappiness You must concentrate upon
CanadaORDER Suribachl on Iowa Jima Island iderable confidence that the Miss Loren are seeking to haveit is only a state of mind. becoming more active in the
y4 I In 19S3 Britain granted amnesty vast majority of those who declared null in Italy too. Rise above it. Plan for a future so that you can Increase
\ CITY STAn O to more than 14,000 World loved the University of Illinois The result of the legal maneuvers prosperous future. income. Don't be
. . . I INAMI War II deserters from her agree with me." would be to leave GEMINI (May 21 to June mentative with others Quietly argue
; : armed forces. Oliver a member of the clas- Ponti and Miss Loren unwed. If 21) You can certainly make ferret out the data you need-
I ics department, said in the the church were to annul his those who live under your consult experts.
YOURS Ten years ago-Ast. Secretary "American Opinion" magazinethat marriage to Miss Fiastrl, he roof far happier by showing SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
ol State Walter Robertson President Kennedy was and Miss Loren would then be small kindnesses. Help the 21) Step out early for services
+ ADDRESS told congressmen that 15 mil assassinated because he had Free to marry in Italy, needy too. Later, don't permit and recreation later putting
Z NOW! lion Chinese had been liquidated -eased to be useful to a Com- Miss Fiastrl( made the two that imperious acting dull work aside as you
through execution and star munist attempt to overthrow previous efforts at getting a friend to lord it over you. should on Sunday. Open up
CITY STATE vation by the Communists in the United States. church annulment. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 your understanding of what
r . . . consolidating their control of r z ever has been puzzling in the
\ .
+ China. w past. GROW.
Five years ago A Brl.lsh- SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to
NAMI Greek-Turkiah agreement was Dec 21) Your intuition will
announced, providing for the : give you a better picture now
ADDRESS (creation of the republic of Cyprus as to how to meet your obligations
I by Feb. 19, 1963. more easily. Avoid
1 I One year ago President usual extravagance. Don't be
} CITY STATE Betancourt of Venezuela ended generous with those who don't
a four-day\ state visit to the deserve it.CAPRICORN.
United States and received a (Dec. 22 to
pledge of U.S. support in resist srsr Jan. 20) Pick yourself up
ing Communist efforts to over- from that comfortable niche
throw his regime. and confer with
clelly.

hAw.. standing than kin right now.
Hemingway'sWidow Make plans for increasing

y1 win To Get success
i AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.
1 MillionNEW ___ 19) Lend a helping hand to
$1 __ the worthy instead of running
BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED around hither and yon. Associates
YORK (AP) Mary with their
IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE Hemingway, widow of author i4 sense for propriety, will uncanny then
Ernest Hemingway, Is expectedto
be more Make
cooperative.
EDITION THAT WILL TELL
receive about one million dol.larl future inspiring.
THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY of a gross estate of $141 PISCES (Feb. 20 to March
million left by the famed author -
20) Forget any financial worries
IN WORDS, according to an account and be with persons who
ing filed Friday. are lighthearted. This will Inspire
PICTURES and ADVERTISING! The accounting filed with the
you to get into more
Transfer and Estate Tax Sec creative channel Do the
NOTE: To have firm represented tion of the State Tax Commission things you like and successcomes
your I stipulated that the rest of easily.
_
'- in this issue call the estate would go for taxes-
past and present-various debts,
Bob Powell at 686.1151 funeral expenses and legal fees. BRANDO IN OSCAR PIRFORMANCI. the W.t. fnnt," winner of .Itht! Au.4..nyAwtrdi INCOME TAXG
I Hemingway who won both the will b* down ell Chsniwl 11 .t 7 ,....., M.*..>y, Budd SCh..lb...'. h.rd-hHN.g iteqr of the ruse Ms cut .rlyl
)' the Nobel and Pulitzer prizes, ..c..t-I.. ...... Now York duets ton Morion nude, Loo I. Cobb r.. Mono Son, Rod Stoiftr A Big Volu ServiceR.
was found dead of a shotgun sad Karl Moldtn' Brando won trio Cut Actor owoid for hit performance of Terry Mellor, ... .... G. JENNINGS
would at his home in Ketchum, I thinking ha.g.r-aa .f tho .,...*-II"uclll. weNrfront ...... I.. Mono Seint's portroyol .f Molloy'. sin ... ri.riaa... .Mit... a.ana
Idaho July 2, 19bl. girl friend, Edia Doyle, won .hue the Ac.......' Award for Bttt Svvportinf Ac...... J M'J"Pin* T.. _....


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LAKELAND LEDGLR. Sunday Feb. 23, lIKe FBVDEAR

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ABBY ; .
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gwwrol reply, writ <.

I Abby, ton IKS. ..v.rlyHllli
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UpmSmoce CoH4 and Include a

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Abigail Van Buren _II,

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DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a man In hit M's DEAR ABBY: I am a born loser. I lost my husbind to '
who slips around to smoke? He darted yOUR sNEfR.'-IDEEUFOSDICK, MAlKf INTRUSTED IN KISSIWNO AH'LL&LEEPVJIFTH'PIG3 TONIGHT '
he
15 and about four smoking when was another woman. I lost my only child to my husband because s_+ SEEMS TO OE MIGHTY GAL ff HE ONLY DOES IT FO AT LEAST THEY WOUT MAKE ANY CUTTIN'
years ago he started to having stomach IM KI9SIMG TH SAME REASON AH DOS REMARKS 'BOUT TH' IDUCL OF EV'RY
the court decided that he could provide a more normal atmosphere INTRUSTED
trouble, his
to doctor told him to quit smoking! He did, for ALL TW06K CHORUS ITS HIS BOOTY. P.EDBUOODEDAMERICAN
about three years, then he started to slip around and sneak for him. I fell In love with a married man who GALS.r BCWHE al

smokes Can you Imagine man In his 50', thinking he Is getting works closely with me. I have never been alone with him, 1 1 ,
away with It? His breath and clothes imell of tobacco nor do I Intend to be, I am sure he Is aware of me in the

something fierce And you should hear the excuses he uses to same way, though not a word has been spoken about It. My

get out of the house for a smoke. Also, I find cigarettes hidden Interest In him hat numbed my Interest In all other men. It

all over the house. It makes me think that If a man will slip Is also Interfering with my efficiency on my job, and I knowit

around to smoke, maybe that's not all he's slipping around to Is affecting his too. If you could tell me how to regain my

do. Am I wrong? former uncomplicated state of mind without changing jobs,

HIS WIFE I would be grateful

DEAR WIFE: Probably Don't assume that because your "BORN LOSER"

husband has one bad habit he has them all.
So far
you know .
DEAR LOSER) There are no .B... Losers'Wnly people
only what you've learned from smoke
signals. with occasional bad luck and others who play games In which --.
*
the odds are against them. Quit punlthlng yourself. Unless you
DEAR ABBY: Should a 16-year-old who has THANK HEAVEN, : O*'
girl been called enjoy suffering, will change Jobs MY LITTLB FRIEND, VOU UTTNS INTENSITY
"naive" feel complimented or insulted? you FAR! WHERE AR5 YOUR NAVe RSTUBNCD TUB Twtj BUZZAPO IS AUMOSf
NEAR TWINKLING VET SO 0; SNOW WAS BEGINNING TOO MUCH EVEN FOR TUB
"NAIVE"DEAR AM
OF "
IN THE t '0 TO DRIFT OVER US. MOON MAID AND SWtS
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George W. Crane, Ph.D. MD.

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CASE R-494: Arthur J.. aged established phychologlcal KNOW HOW I'LL NEVER SIT

42, has been a clergyman fur rules la17 MANE SHORE SNUFFY PAW HATES TH' FUST ONE DOWN

22 years Any average layman can E rIJ TAKES THESE DADBURf4 PILLS, DOC HIS SMALLER-PIPE 1 q

"Dr. Crane," he added unhappily also become a good speakerand :' PILLS IOWEEIY jb

,, "although I gradu- all within a matter of a 7 le tt asu
uated from few months I a e' J

North westernUniversity In fact, a trained clergymanlike h

and Arthur can do It in just l
also received one week if he scraps his old uss I ( 1 rG
my B.D. from lv' outlook M
and. wholeheartedlyadopts n 1 n / tai'
Garrett I still fQd''Y the right one

find peoplesnoring I 5, Ao w / a
"You have to fill pie pulpit )
in the :
/
before you can fill the ,
pews. tNk I 4 11 /e //
church, Is a truism( even ,
"And
great more vital In this age of TV
man yother 1 s ns s sonl
and radio distractions
clergymen are "Filling the pulpit" refersto aa s isI -
not ahl bet- CRANE"So oratory! IVt 001 TO GtT c YOU NEED K Ktr 70GBTOUTTHTPOOR. DONT PLAY CAMS DO YOU NlAR

ter t I am am.DR tempted> to resign worst Any clergyman Sunday, should even on never his I WHtAL 1olrAe DO ooINGT YOU THINK OUTCI'HLRL,rF AND IVe GUT ITJ ." I I'R t P"'H TUP/ME., MES6t1Y1,+

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the from field the of ministry high school and go teaching Into oratory.rate lower than "Good" In his I :: E E E : 1 =


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Alas, many of them can't ups/Is
But my wife thinks I d
get that rating even at their
ACROSS ...
should net' give up yet, so best!
she has to ask : =
advice."urged me your It Isn't due to any lack of I Swedish 24 City In 44. Comical. ==

I. Q or sincerity but usuallyIs Inventor, Germany 48 Mutt: Scot
a sign of inattention or ob- S Award.
ORATORS ARE not born ; :3.el. 47 Wine cup
.
stmancy.
that but learn to speak 11 Mexican
way 48 Canal boat'
"Be a Good Ape" Is the 28
blankets away
few simple or
following a :
by crew
theme I have used on a million shawls ,
high school students In Perfume. 50 Holy Roman
13 Schoolbooks.
't DiplomatsAre my lecturing during the past 31 Annotate. Church: Lst N
years -. 15 Okay 32 Brick well abbr

V. 18 Bulwark lininas. '51 Roman 'ive ASCOT THIRTY MIMUTfS INCIPENTM1V MAY I TAKE DID 101 NEAR WNAT./AHAT
Given BY THAT, I mean, they 17 Utmost 34 Friendship, general VGUi ONA... t WAS POWNTW BEFORE COURT 6COWVfct.t6! you TO DINNER TONIGHT,' MY we, SAHA t D D 1Oe SAY,
should ape or Imitate the extent, 38 Self-evident 53 Transport orJ8 g,+ IT WM NICE OF I SWOrPINd AND CIT POWN FOR A APPOINTMENT WITH THE AIA fN
topnoichers -
Having sharp remarks YOU TO STOP OY!/THOU NT CT JUST FEW MINUTES! TKANK 1011: 60V1 SNOB HA9 BEEN
Warning in the fields where. joy .AY H6UO. CAVED OFF
they wish to excel. teeth. 39 Family 115 Spring nower. +
.rnr
.' So any poor speaker should 20 -tse. Ch groupl. 1i8 Man It the
UNITED NATIONS N. Y. cast his previous bias aside philosopher 40 Labor force helm

UN. diplomats who plan to and listen to Eibhop Sheen or 21 Largest of the 41 Caroll. 57 WasteMarisnae

visit hospitable American faml- Billy Graham or Dr. Peale 43 The common allowances
lir are getting fair warning.'Do Oral Roberts or 23 Occurrence heather 1i8 Saddle horse
or any leading
not expect the same for
Bishop or political spellbinder.
mal respect that befits" you In For ALL great orators have DOWN ,
your official capacity, says a hit
the
upon 'narrative" or"parable" 1 Planet. 12 The armedforces
handy guidebook called "New 35 Person In
formula that Jesusso
York Your Host""The 2 Bereft charge
ably demonstrated
looked 13 Practical 37 Legislative
Informality Is Start out with a striking persons
upon by the family as a way of theme (text) for your address 3 Measure. joke bill

making you feel at ease and I But avoid the dry, ess.ystyle 4 Epic poem. 14 Lucy 38 39 Feminine Disparaged I I YEH, HUSBANDS WALL ii BUT WIVES KNOW ITSTHEMONGYY ill'

'at home'"For where you utter one 5 River embank League, name CUT THINK COMPLAIN IT SNOT THE MONEY 'VU SAVE
example, even the chil sonorous sentence after another ment. 19 Softening 40 I LOOKDEAU HOW MUCH ABOUT HOW MUCH VOU SPEND slA THAT MAKES
dren may call you by your first' paragraph by para. 6 22 Rumpling 42 Deride.Imprecation. I ROUND BAIJ&AIN 1.0U THEIR WIVES THAT MAKES M3U>1==-T,,J RICH fr' "" t tI
ALL OVER TOWN SPENTEPEND RICH"ISANEDYUu
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name graph, but haven't indulgedin Institute, 24 Bloom. 44 Classical P
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for
This could be unsettling =
a story or parable or true Brooklyn, 26 Baltic woodlandN. veil
delegates like the proud African, life case to make it graphic y peoples deities r- MONEY w'r YEN

who once told a corl'f'r.ponent."I Instead, after have l
you 7 Hoarfrost. 28 His marbles 45 Irish poet.
am an ambassador; If you quoted your text then illustrate 8 Little devil. are famous. 48 Smudge.
want la talk to me, make anappointment" it with relevant =
cases, 9 Ardent. 30 Napoleon'smarshal 49 Small
drawn preferably from the 10 Commissions. barracuda. ;;
But there is more to come, audience or at least the town 11 Abyssinianbreed 31 Wildebeest. 52 River in I.

such as: where you are located. of 33 Mangles Sweden.cattle. .
"Older people are often greeted Preachers, beware lest you 34 Food. 54 Tau. f J= : )
In the aame way that one keep the focus on events 2,000 J i '

would greet one's peer group. years ago! Instead, talk about Solution to Friday's Puzzle.A'UPtbob,
"You will find that the wife TODAY. --.!--- '-___ -__-_-__ -

runs the show in the house Do For the secret of all human V LATER M MMY irnoiu ALONG, UCAILINOUlll IN A NEARBY I
not feel Insulted if the wife Interest Is bound up In these E } PUTNAMS, JtUNUY SMILING FACE". UllvlilON STUDIO f THOSE EMPTY SLATS WILL J JUOT

dominates the conversation""New 3 words: "Me, Here, Now!" "A s CRYPTOGRAM- TM GOING DOWNTOWN,lllll! | HANKS, MRb "- llf tf. ON CAMERA! 60
York Your Host" Is So talk about the people H 8 By Morley Kelsey WI CAN I LURl YOU INTO A LITTltWOHHl THIS IJ W WHAT A LOT OF NtRVOU JtCYTM tOUT ON 1HE STREET AND
put out by the city admmistra down front (or similar cases DP/A LoreA ... IARGAIN-HUNTING IMURSION? CLCANNG OA !..' -AND riKKArt IVtNMAKRIA6t5 ; FIND WMEONE-ANYONt
ACE PALOR BIRD i
lion as I do in this column) and A M AAA f -- IuT HAVE FUN.' I COULD K. WU IF TO FILL THEM! ] 11
But the comments on Amer keep the stress on the "here N i N 111111 POLICE BARD.Yesterday's == KNOW I Will) WORKING WIVES AtKLD THEMSELVES
(lean family habits are attributed and now." t
to "a representative of one of Use narratives; for adults r'h1i, 1': IMPORTANT M MAKING Au
of the ADDITIONAL /NCOMC!
the newest members prefer story-telling just as do cryptogram: I /
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United Nations" presumablyone
children Amazing! Undaunted Gurkha J H

who adjusts fast and has Tie together a chain of 5 to E L E .. E PES'> R () E did the mazurka.A .
vast tolerance 10 brief narratives (parables) IE R
"The wife of a United Nations
that advance the thought logically
official," putting the best possible toward its climax. 2/22/611

face on Inqulsitiveness, Is And for a eulogizing talk or I I IT
quoted as saying that "the deIlre'of
sermon, enter your perora
Americans to learn from tion in rhythm t

their foreign guests is quite" obvious I Send for my booklet "Sure Ceylon Buddhists Stirring '

and very refreshing. fire Public Speaking Strategy Ni O.LA, AND TNG f WiIL, tiRD aOY, aaLAYTNAYaWA661ije
In a preface to the booklet, ," enclosing a long stamped AI JUS7 WINNER 14 ? BACK TO TNi OlD AT Li AST OUR DIRE
Mayor Robert F. Wagner tells I return envelope. It Feeling Against Catholics f>11 ,1 Polki, R'1 DiAN, oeiNED 6.E.E.WO ,P, IMOXi PIILED oor INTO CEBIT// well I
NRROiNMGRiiN TNa EN
the sad U.N. officials BOyD/ ROOM ? tie you ABOUND TXC
delegates I
changed Arthur completely. ON THE PHONE.VEIAPi PARK AttL NEXT '
is designed that DENZIL PFIRIS All of this under
for whom It (Always write to Dr. Crane By came about YEARIEAAy
will find that New York I British rule because Catholics } / t
they in care of this newspaper, en COLOMBO Ceylon (AP)-Buddhist
"feels an obligation to extend sentiment Is being stirredup many of them descended from
closing along stamped, addressed i'V PIr
itself for the stranger" against Roman Catholics In European colonists, took pain to ti
and 20 centsto
envelope educate their children In English
Ceylon In the wake of South VietNam'
calculated to carry
This seems cover typing and printing religious troubles the language of government.Buddhists .
them along on a wave of good costs when you send for one of Yellow-robed Buddhist monks Elected Leader
will till they meet the first bus his booklets) have led big processions through After Independence the vast I,
driver who growls "why don'tyou (Copyright by The Hopkins tropical Colombo In recent weeks Buddhlxt population awoke politi
read the sign?" i Syndicate, Inc.) protesting/ events Involving Buddhists cally. Its leaders began political
Perhaps with that occasion in in Catholic-ruled Nam, action to replace non-Buddhists la
mind Mrs Eleanor Clark boon miles away. government post
French, New York City Commissioner Anti-Spanish The monks demand that Buddhist : Buddhist bhlkkus monks- tl ,i
rights In Viet Nam be protected helped elect Solomon W U. Bindaranaike -
to the United Nations, DaubedIn and that "Catholic action" prime minister In I960,
warns In a second preface, "you Signs In Ceylon be Investigated by the on a platform of benefits for Bud
may find some frustrations" government dhlim. Then Included replacement MI PROMKe! MB PROMISa Yt7U WON'T OKAY, IPi WANTATWe
And so, reading along, they Amsterdam Noted I of English by the Sinhalese LAST WONT PANCt use G2A6 AND Kfl WE*. / THAT9 ThSO FlCT FIGMTT
learn that "unfurnished apartments Favoritism language la government work, to = OAT. C GOT THAT A AN NIBBLE ON HER I WAV YOU
In the vicinity of the AMSTERDAM. Netherlands By linking the two. the monks the detriment of Christians and FOR KILLER NEC OR CMBW ON V WANT [T L"e'LWE / S

United Nations rent for $100 and (AP-The walls of Amsterdam' -evidently aim to convince Ceylon-Tamll-.pesklng Indian Hindus on ACTED NER SARI/ i it. .
Catholic' TERRiala .
Dutch Royal Palace were es. Buddhlxts that the the bland 2.d
month"and
even more per room per minority could oppress them as Mrs. Slrtmavo Bandaranalke r-
that unless they make ad- daubed today with anti-Spanish It Is accused of doing In Viet Nam. who became prim minister after
vane reservations In popular slogans linked to Princess Catholics form only about I percent her husband was shot by a disgruntled
restaurants, "you may be turn- Irene's betrothal to Don Carlosof of Ceylon's population of 10 i bhlkku. was persuaded ==
ed away or have a long wait. Spain million Buddhists 80 per cent, several years ago to take over --
The diplomats are advised to Three feet high letters spelled about' the same as In Viet' Nam(1 nearly all Roman Catholic schools ...
cent of out "Down with franco," and But Catholics .long enjoyed preferment [for the government.llhUperlng ...
waiter 15-20
tip a per
life out
the check and 2. cents to "Ban the Don." In Ceyloncn public Campaign Noted i z
give of proportion to their numbers 1 I 1
a hatcheck, girl!, bellhop or airport They still hold some key post*-I I Buddhists have gradually been
porter but-35 cents to Pakistan la the largest Mos I the commander-In-chief: of the replacing Catholics in top,.postlions. I
a railroad redcap. I lem nation In the ;world, Army, for example, Is a Catholic. '

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/ 3-B LAKELAND LEDGER.' I JUST FOUND> OUT
Sunday Feb. 2J, IM4 GREATWASN'T -- OUR KCNDERFUU
IH THAT
\ BEST I A WAS
SAW- JJ MOVIE
THAT A JEVER '
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& Is Renewed,


, By BOB THOMAS
/ .. AP Movie-Television Writer ti' _'- r kfVI F

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Katie
.:: made ill! "The Farmer's Daugh
ter" has been renewed for the
next television season. The

oddsmaker said no show starring DYMIY #1! YOU MUST PtC i' !WILL ALL THE KNOW JUNSLB THAT
a woman could succeed ir SO THAT I CAM \ I-THE DRUMMEK-
today's television market, unless ft&HT"rHf&XJMKATS HIT RULE IN HOUR + O KILLED iHE6HDST
she could play It for laughs IIKE KCP-HOT awrsOU PLACE" WHO WALKS-AMD

Announcing like a "Lucy" or a "Hazel"Yet + ARE WEAK.yWR I WILL RULE WMS
(S > PLACEfbu /
"The Farmer's
Daughter
i CANNOT AV3VC 0
The First ," starring Inger Stevens, \
was recently picked up for Its
second season, having weathered /A4
s-ssw"" Annual ; yet another handicap of
suffering a midseason switch ,
from Friday to Wednesday Y4' / ,
ae
/1\ 7Mf fYK RTVlR M7NE
night is r v M F

ti< PROGRESSEDITION Proud Of Success : e c .O O gfT/MirNNvfcdrD,

"'I must admit I'm a little
-
proud that we did it," said the
i
outspoken Swede. "I don't believe
anyone really thought that _
PETER -'" ra.
we would last beyond 13 weeks \ 25 CLAMS PDRVCUR TCIV1, 1 .rOW r | SWIPED A plucw.
when we first went on the air
To Be Published By TheY and very little was done to helpus. '
All of which provea that if

: LAKELAND LEDGER you and believe work in hard what you're there doing is a I ',F

chance you can succeed," f

Saturday, March 28th successful Inger didn't the realize series was just until how jiM'i (: 110I1'10 1

IT'S TIME WE TOLD she went to St, Paul recently
for the winter carnival. She reports i
I .
.s that 100,000 people turned .

> THE WORLD ABOUT out for the torchlight parade by = rrr.,.n..,. ;f
far the biggest crowd in the car- I r 'Ja.I'i -

tW POLK COUNTY'S I nival'"I visited history a lot of children In

.hospitals, and they all watched
the show," she said. "I was I WONOEIt w YELTssEIRS
I amazed." "LUJ9 TALK/N' T' YFRGf

fk1W DECISION TO Marriage Hinted EYiawNENt141v1E
I Tied' 1aSSU! >? i
The question she was asked
most often was: Is Katie goingto
1L'; # GO AHEADJSend marry the congressman
I(played by William Windom) for
r whose sons she is governess?
ty r t' Copies of The "I don't know, but I would
think so," she told "After all
DECADE FOR DECISION after a year or more people will 3 '
S8S&3S&M "
talk.
Progress Edition
I And what about marriage for
To Your Friends. Stevens, girl bachelor?

Let's "Brog-A-LiMle" About Polk.SSSI.lBlW finger I want to get married,'
she said, "but it will take a very rPonti
understanding man to put up
%-o-* V.wK&teZ, EACH with my schedule. I have to be May Have Taken
I up it 5 a.m. to leave for the stu- .
COPY .die, and I usually don't get
: :. .: :. ENCLOSED home until 8:20: at night I never -Appeal To Pope Paul TheStars
have a day off In the series,
:; Mail Bring This Coupon To
or
F IN A I have shoot
land when I do, to
THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER commercials or photograph... In Try To Wed ActressROME


P. O. BOX 408 (AP) Italian news'papers has twice in 1959 and 1962 -
s Corner of Mlitourl fir Lime Today speculated Saturday that confirmed the validity of that I

Lakeland, Florida 2 5 C movies producer Carlo Ponti! marriage Impel

Enclose 25e each for single! I, InII had gone directly! Pope Paul Proceedings SecretII All

copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. VI In his long fight to be legally Messaggero a Rome newspaper -
EACH OR History wed to Sophia Loren in Italy. said Pond had made a By Carroll Righter
final appeal under canon law
MAILED FREE
Gente a weekly magazine, said procedure asking the Pope to
Anywhere in the U. S. or Canada By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS the Sacred Rota a Vatican put the case before the Rota for
I Today Is Sunday Feb. 23 tribunal handling annulment review. Vatican sources said

*l am enclosing $. . 5 1964.the There are 312 days left case-was reviewing the mar. they had no information to substantiate SUNDAY, FEB. 21, 1M4
Please Mail the Decade for Decision in year. ru. e o i P ant I ..v Gi u l'lens FI as-_ the reports. The proceedings
r of the Sacred Rota are GENERAL TENDENCIES to July 21) Steer clear of officials -
Edition Tot
Progress Catholic Church
trl. A Roman
.
Today's highlight in history
: always secret.Attorneys A Sunday when it is well to on this fine day and
FOR On this date in 1847, Gen. tribunal in the Italian capital who have ,represented tune in on righteousness, enjoy the simple pleasures of
'f Zachary Taylor and his Invad Pontl, Miss Loren and whether at the studies or services home and family. Get to workon
NAMI ing army were In an unfavorable Miss Fiastrl in the past said of your choice for the hobby creative Ideas. For-
position on the plain northof Professor Who they knew of no new action conventional business attitude get about the public for now
? v Saltillo when he received Neither Ponti nor Miss Loren is does not produce very good -be happy within yourself.
ADDRESS
$1 I word Mexican Gen. Santa Anna now in Italy results now. Fine time for LEO (July 22 to Aug. H)
was approaching. Outnumbered Rapped Kennedy There is no divorce In Italy. thinking in terms of the religious Steer clear of new friends today
? CITY STATI o 3-1, Taylor withdrew to a pass Ponti cannot legally wed Miss and spiritual tenets and strive to make own
4 . . '30 miles north and held the Asked To Quit Loren in Italy unless Ms 1946 that will bring you growth and family happy; benefit from
I pass until night fell Taylor became marriage to Miss Fiastrl, her- advancement in lofty living. their fine ideas. Fundamental
MAILED a national hero having self an attorney Is annulledby ARIES (March 21 to April affairs are very Important
NAMI t held his ground and forcing the CHAMPAIGN, III. (AP) the church 19) Improving everything Forget tangents, time-wasting
larger Mexican army to with Prof, Revilo P. Oliver, who attacked around you, as well as striving pursuits..
FREE [ Voided
ADDRESS draw. President Kennedy In a Marriage for greater financial security VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22)
On this date In 1784 the John Birch Society magazine After Ponti obtained a Mexican is fine now. Make Getting together with high-
AnywhereIn Rhode Island General Assembly has been asked to resign from divorce, he and Miss Loren your plans on this free day. minded persons who can elevate
Ya STATI authorized emancipation of the University of Illinois by the were marled by proxy in Mex-: Be more cordial when dealing your consciousness Is
. . I In the I slaves. president of the university ico in 1957. Bigamy chargesthen with others. fine now. Avoid those who
I In 1927, President Calvin alumni association were brought In Rome TAURUS (April 20 to May literally leave you cold. Sit
U.S.or Coolidge signed a bill establish. In a letter to Oliver Friday against him and the actress. 20) Sitting about moping Is down in PM and plan new
NAMI log a federal radio commission. Robert B. Pogue of Decatur Two years ago the Mexican bad for you today. Step out week with wisdom.
In I94S, U.S. Marines planted said he was speaking only for proxy marriage was declarednull early to services and meet LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
ADDRESS the American flag on Mt. himself, but added he had "con- in Mexico. Now Ponti and with good friends. Unhappl- You must concentrate upon
CanadaORDER Suribachl, on Iowa Jima Island siderable confidence that the Miss Loren are seeking to haveit ness is only a state of mind. becoming more active in the
;1 In 1953, Britain granted am- vast majority of those who declared null in Italy too. I Rise above it. Plan for a future so that you can Increase
CITY STATI nesty to more than 14,000 World loved the University of Illinois The result of the legal ma-i prosperous future income. Don't be
. . . War II[ deserters from her agree with me." neuvers would be to leave GEMINI (May 21 to June mentative with others Quietly argue
: ; armed forces. Oliver, a member of the classics Ponti and Miss Loren unwed. If 21) You can certainly; make ferret out the data you need-
I department, said In the the church were to annul his those who live under your consult experts.
NAMI YOURS Ten years ago-Asst. Secre "American Opinion" magazine marriage to Miss Fiastrl. he roof far happier by showing SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
tary of State Walter Robertsontold hat President Kennedy was and Miss Loren would then be small kindnesses. Help the 21) Step out early for services
ADDRESS NOW! congressmen that 15 mil assassinated because he had free to marry in Italy needy, too. Later, don't permit and recreation later, putting
'lion Chinese had been liquidated ceased to be useful to a Com- Miss Fiastrl made the two that imperious acting dull work aside, as you
i through execution and star munist attempt to overthrowthe previous efforts at getting a friend to lord it over you. should on Sunday. Open up
CITY STATI ,vation by the Communists in United States. church annulment. MOON CHILDREN (June 22BRANDO your understanding of what
. . -
s,t . I consolidating their control of -- ever has been puzzling in the
China. past. GROW.
I Five years ago A British- .py.) SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to
NAMI Greek-Turkish agreement was t 1 Dec 21) Your Intuition will
announced providing for the give you a better picture now
ADDRESS ::4+;v I creation of the republic of Cyprus as to how to meet your obligations
by Feb. J9, 1963.lOne more easily. Avoid
year ago President usual extravagance. Don't be
W CITY STATE ti Betancourt of Venezuela endeda generous with those who don't
four-day state visit to the deserve It.CAPRICORN.
-- United States and received a s (Dec. 21 to
r .. t III pledge of U.S. support In resist- 11 Jan. 20) Pick yourself up
\ ing Communist efforts to over from that comfortable niche
throw his regime.. and confer with partners socially. -
They are more understanding -
than kin right now.
Hemingway'sWidow Make plans for increasing

To Get success.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb.
I I $1 MillionNEW 19) Lend a helping hand to
the worthy instead of running
BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED around hither and yon. Associates
YORK (AP) Mary
with their
IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE If Hemingway, widow of author r sense for propriety, will uncanny then
Ernest Hemingway, Is expected
EDITION THAT WILL TELL III Sjto receive about one million dollars be future more Inspiring.cooperative. Make

THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY of a gross estate of $141 PISCES (Feb. 20 to March
million left by the famed author -
20) Forget any financial wor-
IN WORDS, according to an accounting ries and be with persons who
filed Friday. are llghthearted. This will inspire .
PICTURES and ADVERTISING!
The accounting, filed with the
you to get into more
Transfer and Estate Tax Section
creative channels. Do the
NOTE: To have firm representedin of the State Tax Commission things you like and success
your ,, stipulated that the rest of '
>: this issue) call the estate would go for taxi comes_easily.________ _
past and present-various debts
Bob Powell at 686.1151 funeral expenses and legal fees. IN OSCAR PERFORMANCE. ho Wotorfroitt," winner of .llht, Acederey INCOME TAX
< 'I Hemingway, who won both the Awordi, will ho ihown M Chormol 1} or 7 p....., Monday, Budd Scriulboro/i h.d-hiniee story of the Cot your lol cut oorlyt
the Nobel and Pulitzer prizes, rack.t-riddtri. New York dock, tin Merlon .....41.. L.. ), Cobb, I*. M., Somt, Red Sroig.r A Big Volt". Strvico
Y'N. + was found dead of a shotgun ..41 Korl Mold.n. Brando won trio east Actor oword. for kit porlormonc* Of Tarry Molloy, ... unIhinltinf R. G. JENNINGS
would at his home In Ketchum, non..'.... .f the bo.ss-.Isuekl.d. wotorfront |ORO. 1.. Mori 5.i..,'. oortroyol .f Milloy't 101 M ri.rl..( ..... .
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday Feb. %3, >NI 1-8
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DEAR ABBY e ..,

I Whot'l your probltm? Pot

I general reply, writ' <.

Abby lox H6J, MvsrlyHllll '
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Mlf, .oddmted stomped _

velope. Abby answers o'lmoll. '

Abigail Van Buren .

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DEAR ABBY: What do you think of a man In Mi &Q', DEAR ABBY: I am a born loser. I lost my husband to *
who slips around to smoke? He started smoking when he 'sOUR-st'seie,'IDEELFt $DICK, HE HAIN'T INTRUSTED IN Kt551N' AH'LLSLEEP WIF TH'PIG9 TONIGHTIPV
15, and about four years ago he started to wu another woman. I lost my only child to my husband becausethe SEEMS TO BE MIGHTY NO GALE HECNLY DOES tT FLT AT LEAST THEY WOr-fT MAKE AMY Ojnni\\
having stomach
trouble, to his doctor told him to court decided that he could provide a more normal atmosphere INTRUSTED IN KI3SIKK3 TH'SAME RFAe J AN DO.! REMARKS'BOUT T'i' IDE ELOF EV'RYALL
quit smoking He did, for TMOSE CHORUS ITS HIS DOOTY:: PJEDBLOODEDAMERICAN <
about three years, then he started to slip around and sneak for him. I fell In love with a married man who taAl-S:: BOY.h, Jyo

smokes Can you Imagine a man In his SO's thinking he is getting works closely with me. I have never been alone with him, ..

away with It? His breath and clothes smell of tobacco nor do I Intend to be. I am sure ha la awar*' of ma In the

something fierce. And you should hear the excuses h. uses to same way, though not a word has been spoken about It My

get out of the house for a amoke. Also, I find cigarettes hidden Interest In him has numbed my interest In all other men It

all over the house It makes me think that If a man will slip Is also interfering with my efficiency on my job, and I knowit

around to smoke, maybe that's not all he's slipping around to is affecting his, too. If you could tell m. how to regain my

do, Am I wrong? former uncomplicated state of mind without changing Jobs,

r HIS WIFE I would be grateful.,

DEAR WIFE Probably. Don't assume that because your "BORN LOSER-

hukband has one bad habit he has them all. So far, you know
what learned DEAR LOSER There art no "Born Losers''-only people
only you've from smoke signals.
with occasional' bad luck and others who play games In which -.. -- -
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Chi odds are against them. Quit punishing yourself Unless
DEAR ABBY: Should a 16earold girl who has been called will you MY LJTTUB FHISND, THANK I MEAVEN.VOU QjUT TUm INTENSITY/ ORNEAR
enjoy suffering, change jobs '
"naive" feel complimented or Insulted? you WHERE ARB YOU P WAVE FJSTURNED. THE TWiI BUZZARD IS ALMOST
VET. so AR!
"NAIVE"DEAR o SNOW WAS eMSGINNINGTO TOO MUCH EVEN FOR THE
TKI TUff TWINKLING OF AM
o O O DRIFT OVER US. MOON MAID, AND SUE
NAIVE If she Is truly naive, rite should feel com- CONFIDENTIAL TO GIVING UP IN ALBUQUERQUE) 5 EVE TWE SPACE COUPS pQ,! .' O "Q WONDERS IF THE SPACE '
IS GON[. :
pllmented. Carry a Bible. And one day you will find that it Is carrying you. A V Oz' o O f COUPE WILL RETURN.
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George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. IS t. leIa

1.
CASE R-490: Arthur J? aged established phycliologlcal VE KNOW HOW I'LL NEVER SIT

42, has been a clergyman for rules. i ie zoat I MAKE SHORE SNUFFV A PAW HATES TH' FU9T ONE DOWN ly

22 years. Any average layman can TAKES THESE DADBURM L PILLS' DOC HIS SvVALlER-PIPE ll
sa a ass
"Dr. Crane," he added unhappily also become a good speakerand :%! P1LlS LOWEEiY

,: "although I gradu- all within a matter of a N-
." _
uated from few months. I e

N orth west ern I In fact trained as sIu ." _
a clergyman
University and| .Rds' lIke Arthur can do it in Just IAti

also received t one week if he scraps his old as IIas rIJ 1 / 4I.M

my B D. from ,13s. > outlook and wholeheartedly ... c

Garrett, I still ems' adopts the right one -
find people
"You have to fill the pulpit aI
Snoring ia the =
before you can fill the
pews. I a. ue
church, is a truism even
"And
a great]
more vital in this age of TV
man yother} 4 and radio distractions. a a sos
clergymen are
"Filling the pulpit" refers as a a +
much better
not DR. CRANE to oratory! I'VE OOT TO GET YOU NEED A KEY TO DONTPLAY GAMES DO VOU NEAR
than I am. OUT Of HtQ.,. GET OUT TN T DOOR.., WITN ME? MEt GET ui'
"So I am tempted to resign Any clergyman, even on his a. WNfRE 00 VOU THtNK AND I'VGsd T ITJ GET UPJ

from the ministry and go Into worst Sunday should never a-- := WU'RE 001AI04 r f I'R t -
rate lower than "Good"
in his
the. field of high school teaching oratory. f

Alas, many of them can't sissies
"But my wife thinks I "
get that rating even at their
should not give up yet, so ACROSS ...
bestl!
she has urged me to ask your I =
advice I It Isn't due to any lack oft I Swedish 24 City In 44. Comical. =

Q. or sincerity but Inventor,
I usuallyis Germany 48 Must: Scot.
a sign of inattention or obI 25 C.ncel.
ORATORS ARE not born I e Award 47 Wine cup.
that way but learn to speak stinancy. I II Mexican 27 Kind
48 Canal boat'l
few "Be a Good Ape" It the' blankets 28 Slip away
by following a simple or
crew.
theme I have used on a million shawls from,

high school students In 29 perfume. 50 Holy Roman

DiplomatsAre my lecturing during the past 13 Schoolbooks. 31 Annotate Church: : Lat,
15 Okay. abbr.
years. 32 Brick well .

V 16 Bulwark IIninls. 51 Roman I'VE A OUT THIRTY MINUTES INCIDENTALLY MAY I TAKE PIP tOO HEM J IVHAT.WWAT

Given BY THU, I mean, they I 17 Utmost 34 Frlend.hlp. eneral. WELLSOMA.... t WAS DOWN ttFOte COURT K6CONVefcE6'! %OU TO DINNER TOsi sir MY Mf, 50NA t-./ PIP YOU AV.,
should ape or Imitate the top- extent 36 Self-evident 53 Transport 01 IT W NICti OF rl'iN6 AND SIT POWN KM A APPOINTMENT WITN Ttl5 ALAN f .
notches in Having sharp remarks. joy' YOU U STOP pY! THOU6/IT I'P JUST FEW MINUTE6: THANI( YOU: E50VERNOR MA6 beC l
the fields where
WarningUNITED eAY HELLO: CALLED OFF: \
,
they wish to excel teeth. 39 Family 55 Spring flower

So any poor speaker should 20t8e, Ch groups 56 Man at the
NATIONS N. Y. III cast his previous bias philosopher 40 Labor force helm.
:
U.N. diplomats who plan to and listen to Dibhop Sheen aside 21 Largest of the 41 Carola. 57 Waste ri 'p
visit hospitable American (amilie or Marian. 43 The allowances.
common
Billy Graham Dr.
are getting fair warning Oral Roberts or or Peale or 23 Occurrence. heather. 58 Saddle horse, I/I' ; (

"Do not expect the same for- any leading / r
mal respect that befits you In Bishop or political spellbinder. 1 -
For ALL DOWN
great; orators have
your official capacity, says a hit \
the
handy guidebook called "New "parable"upon formula"narrative" or 1 Planet. 12 The armed 35 Person In j f
that Jesus
York Your Host so ably demonstrated 2 Bereft forces charge _y /

"The informality Is looked Start out with a striking persons. 13 Practical 37 Legislative
by the family as a way of joke. bill.
upon theme (text) for your address 3 Measure
making you feel at ease and But avoid 4 14 Luc 38 Disparaged
',t home. the dry, essay Epic embankLeague' 39 remmme i i I 'EH. I-U5BANDS BUT WIVES KNOW ii IT'5 THE MONEY t
style where you utter 5 River WU ,AvR ,
one name sUT THINK ALL COMPLAIN IT'S NOT THE MONEY
"For example, even the children sonorous sentence after an ment. 19 Softening 40 LOOK.PEAR HUW MUCH ABOUTNOW MUCH YOU SPEND rr THAT MAKES
Imprecation i
may" call you by your first other, paragraph by paragraph 6 22 Rumpling. 42 Deride. I ROUND BAOGAIN5 TOWN' YOU TNEIR WIVES THAT MAKSS ,OU yr YOU RICH J .t 1' r'
SPEND'RICH
name. ALLOVER BPENTJ
but haven't
I Indulged Institute 24 Bloom. 44 Classical
This could be unsettling for I a "I SAVED'eVU '
in a story or parable or true YEH 'r
Brooklyn, 28 Baltic woodland tb0 L a1LH
b
like the African
delegates proud I life case to make it graphic N Y. peoples. deities. r' MONEY .. YEHi
who once told a corresponent,
I Instead, after you have 7 Hoarfrost. 28 His marbles 4J Irish poet.
ambassador if
"I aman_ ; you quoted your text, then Illustrate fj
8 Little devil. are famous. 48 Smudge.
want to talk to me, make an
it with relevant cases, 9 Ardent 30 Napoleon's 49 Small

appointment. drawn preferably from the 10 Commissions marshal barracuda. i i j
But there is more to come,
audience or at least the town 11 Abyssinian 31 Wildebeest. 52 River in
such as: where you are located. breed of 33 Mangles Sweden.cattle. '.1.1I .1I
"Older people are often greeted -
Preachers, beware lest you 34 Food. 54 Tau.
In the same way that one
keep the focus on events 2,000
would greet one's peer group years ago! Instead, talk about Solution to I-rlday'a Puzzle
"You will find that the wife TODAY

the show In the house. Do
runs For the of e A v A L t
secret all human t P E b b
not feel insulted if the wife LATW.M MARY STROLLS ALONG, UCAUIN6UUI IN A NLAUV JTtltVIJION
Interest Is bound up In these r PUTNAM'S SERENELY SMILING FACE 1TUDIO f* THOSE EMPTY SEATS Will
dominates the conversation 3 words: "Me, Here Now!" a N IJ4i'J1 CRYPTOGRAM IM GOING &OWNTOWN.IIIU! \ THANM MM. York Your Host" Is E "
"New So talk about the people N s o Pa By Morley Kelsey CAN I LURt YOU INTO A WORTNITH5 It Y8ARGAIM WHAT A LOT OF NERVOUS '1 OUT ON THE. STREET AND
administration tors
put out by the city down front i LITTLEr OAYl... fiND 40MEONEANVONt
(or similar cases ACE PALOR BIRD HUNTINfi ) CLEANING SYSIEMS AND FEtHAn EVEN >
as I do In this column) and IUT HAVE FUNI! MARHIA6E COULD It SAVED IF TOFILLTHEM!
But the comments on American keep the stress on the "here N N POLICE BARD.Yesterday's KNOW I MLII WORKING WIVES ASKED THEMSELVES I

family habits are attributedto and now." R : ? WHETHER MAKING A HOME ISN'T i

"a representative of one of Use narratives, for adults A IMPORTANT M MAKING
the newest members nf the M cryptogram: r! I ADDITIONAL /INCOME.! ,
prefer story-telling just as do / t 1
United Nations" presumablyone F 0 I "
children. Amazing! Undaunted Gurkha
who fast and has Y N a S R
adjusts Tie together a chain of 5 to did the mazurka
t NF E E PES I 0. w E
vast tolerance 10 brief narratives (parables) R
"The wife of United Nations
a the :
that advance thought logically
official" putting the best possible toward its climax. &/22/0" Y I
I
face on Inquisitiveness, is
And for a eulogizing talk or
quoted as saying that "the desire -L
sermon, enter your peroration -
-
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'of Americans to learn from

their foreign guests is quite" ob- Send In rhythm for my!booklet "Sure Ceylon Buddhists Stirring

vious and very refreshing. fire Public Speaking Strategy ,, TN[ C.t! A, AND //tG r WGLL, GIRD-Boy aaLAY7NATeWA.eli1
In a preface to the booklet ," enc'osing! a long stamped HA. JUa7 I WINNER If } sA aAK 1b TMG OLD AT Li0.5TOUR GIRL

Mayor Robert F. Wagner tells return envelope. It I Feeling Against Catholics 3 POrki, fT't< DiAN, OPiNIiD I,,. / eMOkG FILLiD OoT IN70 ORaiTf Wi'LLrJ I
NittOiNMiRBiN THE GN
the delegates end U.N. officials ROOM' ? iia YOU AROUND TNi
changed Arthur completely ON TNG PNONG.., VGLOPH Y # t '
,
for whom It is designed that (Always write to Dr. CraneIn By DEVZIL FERRIS I All of this came about under I PORK YEAR fL NixT

they will find that New York care of this newspaper, enclosing COI.OMBO. Ceylon (AP)-BudI British rule because Catholics r t ;
"feels an obligation to extend addressed dhist sentiment ii being stirredup many of them descended from
a stamped
long
European colonists, took pain to
itself for the stranger against Roman Catholics In
and 20
This seems calculated to carry envelope cents Ceylon In the wake of South Viet educate their children In English MAS r 11 eL
to cover typing and printing Nam's religious troubles" I the language of government.
of
them wave goodwill
along on a
costs when send for one of Buddhist Elected Leader
you i Yflow-rolM! Buddhist monks
tho first bus i
till meet
they his booklets) I have led big processions through After Independence, the vast
driver who growls" "why don'tyou (Copyright by The Hopkins tropical Colombo In recent weeks' Buddhist population awoke politically. I

read the sign Syndicate, Inc.) protesting events involving Buddhists Its leaders began political: ,
Perhaps with that occasion in' in Catholic-ruled Viet Nam action to replace non.Buddhiats In

mind I Mrs. Eleanor Clark 10(10 miles away. government post
French New York City Commissioner Anti-Spanish The monks demand that Bud Buddhist bhikkus monks- I I uHa
to the United Nations dhist rights In Viet Nam be protected helped elect Solomon W R. Ban-
DaubedIn and that "Catholic action" daranaike prIme minister In I960
warns In a second: preface, "you" Signs In Ceylon be investigated by the on a platform of benefits for Buddhism .
may find some frustrations government. These Included replacement PROMKeti its: PROMISEE ht7U WON'T OKAY' Iw WANTA
And so, reading along, they AmsterdamAMSTERDAM. Noted of English by the Sinhalese THE tAST Y NT PANCe LIKE 6e*; AND we wee. TWAT9 TNG F 61'.FIa-fl'l
learn that "unfurnished apart. Favoritism ,language in government work to = DATE I GOT THAT A6AiN OR NiagLt ON MFR WAY YOU ,
manta In the vicinity of the I Netherlands By linking the two. the monks the detriment of Christians end Ct! iOR KILLER NECG OR CHEW ON WANT R '"' ,

United Nations rent for (100 and (AP-The walls of Amster evidently aim to convince Ceylon- Tamil-speakisg Indian Hindus on NE ACTED HER EARjI d ry L" 4 ti.s.J 1 1t2 :1
Catholic the Inland. TERRiBLf. 'Ty '
month"and dam's Dutch Royal Palace were ese Buddhists that the
even more per room per minority could oppress them as I Mrs. Slrlmavo Bandaranalke, .
daubed today with anti Spanish
that unless they make ad- It In accused of doing In Viet Nam. ,who became prime minister after j
vance reservations in popular slogans linked to Princess Catholics form only about 6 percent her husband was shot by a disgruntled -
restaurants "you may be turn Irene's betrothal to Don Carlos of Ceylon's population of 10' bhlkku. was persuaded

ed away or have a long wait" of Spain. million. Buddhists 80 per rent several! years ago to lake over \
The diplomats are advised to Three feet high letters spelledout [about the same as In Viet Nam:1 nearly all Roman Catholic schools
But Catholics long enjoyed preferment : for the government
15-20 cent of "Down with Franco, and
tip a waiter per
the check and give 23 cents to "Ban the Don." of proportion In Ceylonese to their public num life |i Hhlaprrlng Campalga Noted

a hatcheck, girl, bellhop or airport They still hold some key OU'I Buddhists have gradually been
porter but 5 cents to Pakistan la the largest Mos-j j the commander.In-chief of replacing Catholics in top,..positions
a railroad redcap. I slam,( nation in the ."world Army, for example, Is a '





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5,701., IIH7i ( 040740 -IIHallPrt RSoc.C0 I I NI''. .+ I'l 144 ISH D'4. I. + 1.nuar
Horkl 1 NY. 504d1 11.a., 1 ISH- C.oPi 1 I I. 04 I 40i 1 30'. 3. 3"H.lib 3 I. .I I I 1 I 1'1..Ch '_ -uUd.I' Housing starts In
.
57 MON 1.00
*04474000 1. .. t 34' >- '.1 Cun.D 4 Jlnuar
7 144 $5 140 'l .
I' 3'1 40,4
S'ok. % 1 I' I .. 174 .' n ItH H't' IIH+ annual
I AmrIC.n 3 II I 3. I :3415+ ,.Cur Pub H 4'05 7,t 4H M.to.. 0 3' 20 1..I.J t' 1" l's lI 'Ireche an .
104014% 10 1..M II II II'* IIH 'IIH-

7 Cl
07 +
5+ 101. .
1
30' I"
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2111 I
t 0 H.mWaI II) 3 1
I. I I tlHiWll I units of >
015.40, 020 I I 0 I. 0317 S Lid lot It IIHI a gain per
$445-
H 4 milon
WHOOP Ml (tick Indt.i Ir 3" 3 1 Coo 4 I. llo 170"" ttH+ 14iPM 0 .lt 110 I S' Unli.. .. .
I' ISO .
I .
51.4150' M. 10 NV :It't 3515. HUnCimp
Hun, Low : : CoI7' I 'II lI'44+ 1 ." 11 .II 1'1" I. 54 A I .To ). + t I' over December and of 26
.. C. NC 514* CII I 15 53 ; 4414 ::: So I Cu'WrA5 ,. .' 1 1" + !MId IU '4 200504/. 11 "'4 + 37. IT + I
't 3
a7 .,
13 ; I Orb 41 17
.1 Plllrotcli'um'1 net 1 + .1 L I 2704 :; c"u._ 1". ?" .:t L. Hm I. IS't *+ .:441010505 3 *5'4 IhHm n Is's + "I UClrbld 7 ''' 170.. )H per cent over January 1963.
I. .. I
1 1 1 1 7" 7"
41 Co .
.. I .jll" ._ Ill 3 35'45 '.' 1004050 4.5 I' 14'* IT' .
*
\ 5 UIII.' !1 .II 11 1' l'S'I I--:: ; ;D- : = + I "011., 7. .. UnIE. Durable goods manufacturers
... S IS" )S'o 1'-' 44:I 'I : : H..W.I I 3 3" 3 Mil. 13 30 aI', .cn M.. 1345 .. 205 S 1130 10. loo't 10045114.
1 l'o'l + I'S i
6 + IWIKLY ..1. 3 '. Ii .,' t II I H.cor 70 1 .. 3"' ''MI"r .7 70'" 0145 100 0014401 11" 50447 05 received in January new orders
I 00 .1 11', 17', I'S O.0. p I 40 5 12 4+ 0,4 I, 1.1. 1' 13 I I.' I"a 133',4 + S 114151412 3f I lob 45 II 105' 70
NY nOCK 10"S 1" 1 .O 3244 3305. ,'M.I Ho I' 15 1 35 UnlC .totaling $19.1 billion S
I..LI *0 5+ 44 1. I.S 10 I 053 lltorCb Mb 241+ MI I 454 III 30'S up percent
I I' 4414
1' ... Ho + .
M'h'l I. 1 1'- .' I Mi I.. .. 3. J!
?.,.1 4.7 WHO $51545141 ..d. 11 ,. 7. 7',+ .//D"C' 1 I .. 1'.. 25. I ., 14714000 1 J'. 7' II 30 + .'' ''ME. 10 "n. I. + .', -o I I MH M>? '+ Un'5 P's' + '.0UT.ok from December Abut
Wsa0 IsO ... '._ IS'S ',+ 1 I. 11' 34 3315 3504
.fll7 I I + 04 .OhG"1 33 +
,
lo. W. 101.. 0" I H. Al I MlnM..M .01 7 11 "I' .two-thirds of the Increase
7.sr..i .. ( 13',+ .,IDKCI I .5. '5. 'S" 1 t". .. II"Sl's On' I n' .o 3 47 Un U' + 3's WI
1..
.. .. S 7' 1 H.' C.. 1'M'n'L 11' 11 I. '
"*. ,.. ... ...... 1116"1 1.01" I'' o II'S' .1'.+ I 170 '11.It.: 1*' .+ ., 54ICS p4 1 "'" I' II 55_+ I, I 10 .. ...+ lOCkwSId t 13 'Il "'* 41'tT 1,'. Volt Aocl 104 a. .. 'S''+ I due to increated activity in the
I J.n I ... //0. ', 24+ 1 JI I | Un" I '
I ..... 1..on 0 47 + 15 l I' H.. MI..1 I'" d2545 .0.1 I '1" 17"'"+ I I' .I 04'S IS'S H'S
I I :: I. :: .... ,$.1."onM..I I '0. l'. 404+ 4 'L 1 ". S'DI..I' ., 040w. .I 3. 3 II 21I'S_ MI.lo 0. J IWO '_ I Co. I O 1414. |1414+ 'S Un.t..1 037 22'S 1. 134-5+ 0o, transportation industry,
\5 so : :m; :; 20'I. I. ". "O T.I.7 7' 31 3700IS I 171. ISH IT. 30' 30"04
IS
21 Industrial
: 0' 1'0 I' .H. MIR'. production in January
; 1 ll IS'. I I''. 14.+ 1./ Ii '5 ,. 3055- .. 7 44) 34 A I.. T. 01 S'', .. 1''+ .; .. tt II 40 If* 40 i ; ;; ; J '; ;; ll4_ .05 1
loll.I'S .
i WIIKLY N' nOCK 41 5. 0. SOW 1 I" *4 + H..II..10 I I. ,, M.'tll. I 7 71 74.5w un u. ., .. .. ._ ,. attuned a record rate for
//1..1' )
II 21 47' 114131.1+ '" D'o'oh t 70' 70'. 33'4f h11 Holnl "I .. 4)15. ... 2'0' 371- 7.4MoPubS II'4.I'S un" C. .31 ,. I. S's .05+ 14USlCsaI 'the fourth straight month. However .

', ,, SIlls NIW'.'0111 o lAP-PsIloIo t. a.. ,$74444 I. I co"" 01,530 I 3' 202 72 44'o 4015 : : : I 0. S'HI" 1 7 37.. 1'3's ,3"._++ ..H.ICur.p.50 '10"'I 3'_ II' I 1 0454500 .135.005 ;: : ::; 00 1115: 1.1 I"-I"1'. 0'11 .. Un 1. .. o',." .$ .. .1115lJPl99Cll ''+ the margin was slim. The
U
I' .4e. o 0. V.. E.cn.. : 45(40 .U 5 137 I(2'A Dlli 1 l I 1.:14: 3 :: ) t :1 4000,400404 .. + .550 I I" 2045 29U Federal Reserve Boards
I index
443 13 $$55 ,
0.01,0 1 030 ,, .
t. '' 441,5' 0444 5,55544 a. D. + I :, : : 04004. 13\* 20'S7.4
'lu.1 'a.. .
I 4 13 .1 5 11" 7 7 INI 1.
i t. I .. Ola0501.12 0140,0 40-44 ." 0.4 to 127.1
h.h. I. "' 15'I + ) MH+ ::14'" :311.5+ 557.lG4l4mp per cent of
'. Mc 1 i 31 ,.
) 7. advance
r I t rut .. litf wtt* t cioit" 423 35'305 3'. .I'DI.' I .401 ) '0 .'. ..+ I 1.1. .1". t' I" .. 1"+ I 30"S' 1 34I4+ 554 luuT. .. '1" *- U I 2) 24054 .5 .

//IU.'L' n" I.. 7',+ DIG I. .440. : IS'S U. HI"t O 7 II'S. 41,3 0 5 Il'SP's+ 05 Me"n I l ". 6' 411Sf 0'SMoolDU l"n".1 II "'* llij\ '. UGoool 1 1 I *4'S 21 ll'.S+ average from 127 in
Uf 20' D'.C' 1 02'0.4 H"C'd.7 a 4S4 ,
H J U. I. ) 0)4) "I $ I 3. 3' 2005 15 1JH 14 + H UnOMIM IS's U' IC 0 .December.
101.S I. 447544 DI". .. t t I'H.c'' .15 II .Mon" 'II '' 25"S51 P0 Mlf I" ILl, I'SUlIho.
1 3'
.1- N., OlOdCS $0 I .. 00 I.040 50. I 1 .70 .. 14. H..C 'O .S 3115 5000+ I 045)015 .440 u. 04MoolWa7d I 5' .. 104+ 1 Cain dividend payments by

(' Low CH.. .15 I 0 33'o 01. Way 1 21'. 1" H. 11 1 Il's t.. 111,4 I'S I I' 1..1 I t 1114+ 41101 In
L.o 1' 1 .U5 IS 1 3 I .corporations January
". I.UI.d II'0 H'. "'. Db'H 1 IS" 00'S H..oC.3 I. I' 1' 11405 440070 M" .4Pf SO + I
.??? 7! I 7" 4004II I 1 .. I ,0" S".I tl' I" 1" .
I40OI4. + 1 5005 SO 34'p. I Htb'.n.O .+ ._ + 7.4 Lttd I IM 57'' pIllS I 75 to about $1.2 billion,
3) 103' I : .1.1 IJo 07055 USlo
i : amounte
'A'
_. 1" 11'9 J'F5444. .50 ; ', :1 DMln 10 107 31OoolI.y + H..loln. 11 I, 23. 17 + I 1' 13 I 20. I I 3015
.
01 :: : : .. 7' 7S" ,. 0 Mo'.I.. 2' .IJo L'.t M't M't us. 1S 1 1" + l gain 8 per cent over Januarv
.CP 104 0 70 I 1. 1")+ I .Ilu.11 3 + I DoFd il'. 25. ." ., 1.Hilh Vollllton 1 .." II'SI'S '1 1! 1 50 5+ I ...In. !. 140 *7'S !l' "., UIIh' 't 31 1' I 0 .
\ I 4$ + .31 3 ) 2444+ Os II". J' I 40'I 'I p.. U'G. '5'" +
: : :, 40 ,: 40'S: II 0444-4., + 50(7000505 1 ISO I 30.' n.lu'hT. ..4. 050517 I 01 II II" 7 040o.ooCp $ HolillHolland FurnHolly 1 \' ."+ I.MIL Ind I 1 10 17'* IS'* I7't+ 1Muntlno it,. I 405 ,, .U. I'I'"" + USG..1 I y.144'H'* led's'. ".. : The 192. during the

10 : .''o 31 3$ / 11 344 3" "+ I a. 1 I7HMurpny 10.005 I 3.. "'*- .tel Industr
1"
23'S 1 1 I InUI' 10'
7
IS'
1.1 I I 3 .
I. IYD C. "'. Dw 1 1. 70 4O$5. 3 |. week seventh
"
I 7 .nDlm 04 + I'"
.d MIII. ) 40. 0'40- Si ,Holt 7.5 2444- 1' 17 I .. Uln I t rcke up Ii
10 11 25 34+5+ IW.S I' 1" tM II II '
... '. 1 "I 40'S ". 1$43 1'.1 1. OIl 17. 0074. 41 14 + 'Mu'.OI.S ll't I + 4 S..m 1.. los1.5 LI. l 41'' "4 40HI weekly production
44017.1 .7. 14 ItH USLInt) a.
37 4455
1"
13 47' 0740 4740I.I. 10-, I2'li 22's 'Hook Cn I.lOO 340 40't+ 3'' 1'1 1.ltll.t, I llOi04 p. .
*'oul..1 774404 0 Hook ., 170 t'l "I I. \ I0'f USPIP 111 llt+ lUSPIiy gain.. Output rose 2.6 per cent
I. .. c., 1 1' 5.44 11 M'4 6'" 40,55 I .7 I I 00 .f 10 I I 13' I5'' 75'USPIywood '_
I lIt: + ,
Ce' '.+ 0 .I.t 3 0005 I I 1 l.. O I .
130 .
1' from week
*1"0 .704 sIlo 1' C",.. 1 35'. 3.+ 1 Dunhl .10 1" 1' 1435+ 0 0 0.4 let Corp 41 t I'" ..+ 5.4 504447. 't 1.. ,.+ 05 TO't' 4T'o '0'.+ I'USPly the preceding to
.. I .. I. I I'S' + I : : HI".O 1)14 I J'4+ N t 5044500 p11' pll Tl tl tl tl + IUl ",
3"l I
I. S 07 '. C.I'hM.1 I :: is IHHolll Acm S 1 .+ 5 : 30's1,1. 10 tons. For the first sev
5 5 Ill? 710'S I I 2.27.0
'J' SPI' 1m I $4105 a .
I 1 13'' 1444. : : :: Nil Alrl 1 4t + 1 1)4 71,4. 55 Hub 1 ll't 47H SOH + 3Ul '
.
111Houdln :
Ala GI I., I, ::14' I., I.._ Ols C.mIL .'5 ) I' Id "IlI- j *'' .I S II '1071.5.. 10' I M* \. "1005' + 5 N..lt 1.3 47 23 14''*+ .Shlm", 1 1 Rub 1440 ITt 1TI llllt+ I en of the year production
3' I .
AIlS 3' 0 ) 511. .1 S I'. 541' 0 "+ .' 171 SI't + SC" Ul Ino ll Tt't 1* It -
C. II +
5415 .1 totaled
II3" II. 15 15,213,000 tons
against
o + I'S L' .. Houd pi IIIHlv.ll '. 7 1" I .
+
Ado Can 070 1 2055 + I'S 0" 3 s >. J'" J' .' 171 ISH- IM 375 Ul 101't" "
II 2044 310o. $40 11 1' PI Sl'i' N.I.n.t .. 0.. + Im.I' .4
50 I 0 '
.. ... I" I + 4 SSHHout + 44 for the
Call loll 3 II ICd7SIIW 111 .3 I .. 1 \ 3 71 1 So"" 551 310505 I 41 TlH 71 + I 13,472,000 same period a
.t 1 1 HC..I 'IS
S I + 0 P pi 4 OIlS to li ;
AlIsgO ) I I O'S' 044+ '4 : : Ii + 1 t toHout + .. I 3t'" M't+ Sl'. 100'S 'I00'4 Ul lltl ItH : S4H+
I. 1' 74 : : 0. 1 ;J; ; PI UOO M't' 01 0 .1 Y 5 0'' : earlier.
110 : year
.0.504 .1 : 1 Cd.'P.C I 121 31'4 3304 1 1 ::: 4440 Ir ISO "'* + 'ICItv L I 7 U', IS IS'tIDtlry SIII" I s a ::14'" )"+ 14 Ul ', Pf7 II IS3H 111 1S3'"-
000.4 44 1404 I
..0. Lu" 10 ) 3" C.u 1 1 IS 41 .5 + 04C47. 4344.05 Ho"L' .. + 110 70't ttHHDIIt .3.S 11" + UI To ill I ItH MH lt'.+ Steel's biggest customer the
1" lOoJ44114.S0l ,'
1' D. 3 7004) 33(4)544 1\
M
; 12 1015+ + 0.4
41141 POw. t 7 1" '. ),+ I 11 3" ".. 3'S+ I DWGCII 1 I" .1. 21'O 25'S115,, Ho..S'.S ? 1'. .'. 1445, 120 II" 23' I3HDlll '00,5 0..bAI.* 11.1 .'. 1 ... .. 4IH- automobile industry, was order
13'444 3.
pit II I*
III"C 5340 C.O.1 5 1 1" 1' 14 14 0.1 .1 + H'l .1
lO
11 I. O' USYU.m.7
17 44 II .
1145 10 1'
':.: I. ... .! 43'.. 1. 13 I 40, c.a'A .*U.I .. .., ',,, 004'..'..0._ I ::.: 10 00)) 1)14): 40'S 4005 400Sf 1045- :1' 10 .Ii ll I1> ii>** 0Ud'A" .'. Dllt Ptl I II 34 54 .* .. 4t'Niwmt 21'0.4"+ 1.4044P0I S.. Iln'. .5 1''.. 1'- Unl Wh".n 40 .1'14-1" .." 41CP Il'SUloly ing at a strong clip and demand
0 .
III.P"m".,, 7 I'' 1 l ;;;si.--i. li 335 32'. 33'S l's: % 01 24,5 23'S "'.- I'" 'I'<+ 1''h I 70 .I _. .. .., AWO;_. 10. _415. .1_ _44, +. From construction its No. 2 buy.

1'' I' 1 5" 5"I." '. .//C.I" I 'o 40'S IA'' I IS + 404,ID.n..1 -- Hun'l, C.plA S 141 10''10 10I THHutlMotr 1. I 1 5.00,55 04 ; 4455 ;; ; ;"ID. 1' 6'. 54 ;" vnAm .1. ". .er, also was good.
s' plO 00'. 1014C.7G.n .31 .
5040.0 70' ,
544 sIll 3's
'
C. ISO'S
1'0' '. I : I 4' 5 )t ll't' II 11l p.S ..1 'I .5. .7"+ l UAml 1 I. I"Unl.C.c
.
1 1: .1 I $310 33'0 3"C" 10J'' 30'S 3'. .. 1'1, 5.44..Od 17 "'. 47's 405' + .I. lu' "' lO Ills I 44 I' 3 1 0 1
AOI.Ch.I.S 'a .I, 1' ,444. '" ., 144 70'. .. I.E'G' I IS 7 7'.. 70'4-" III -IIdihoPw H 11 3404 a.. 3105+ t .' 415. I'5 UO 'I ,' t''.+ .'.,
,
1. JI 417 + 0.515511 'J I4'4 131 '. 13'S+ S..t pOlIO 106 lOS Un'.L llS'4
I. 7 U \ 1" .. 5 40 '' N".n .10 1' 1" 15 lo .1 llS II 111 0 .
I.
II.d., "' .(.. 7.f slOO ,+ I I ) III '.+ I 5 It't 34 $4l4- S '. 33's05 .a..1 ... 05 UnM."n .. .
's ".+ E"K' 11. ,. 15' Corn It't' ,.'. Sll t 1'. l I.
3 4p1401'S404l'44. 04 4014 1..1 t 2tH+ II ". + 13's0.. ,
ln.1
C.
7 1700 27. 11 II t'. NI"Ch .. ." I I : DI'.t l .. ChicagoLivestock
AId 10 74 7 C..T I 70 1. .,. S) S.,- IE'o .f. 3 504 31's + '", IC.n' Ind I 7 SIH .. ITHI N.1'H' laO IP $055 + I. Ih.h I" I''" I''" U.I II 401'S IsUn. "

Am."u l II I : 7"I'. C.c I 1 OIl' I") 't l'sColsIoo chlnM' .40 \ 1" 10' .- "5 II I Ct' I \ .ll't' J I..+ H"lu.1 ... I U''. 24 .._ 1'4 Ih.m I" I I 1'Ih."II "' t 1 I'" I'. 04445 '
I. Pow ItO .
I a" II.C.la .. U.h'L
A44lsl O E I '. 57'O+ '4 I t SI'S 44 t 20'S 3305. '
1 I 20 t ) .t .. 1 I 10 'I" 3. '
*74.7.0.4 I" I.' .. I.. Ed I' 04470 ) 0 Pw pft is SI'S 4 Sh.lu. .. n I'" UTD U"l.n..1 -
3 00042" 1 I NYull' 11 \ I t I.J 1' \'I
7'' Pw II 71 >
Al4444lIo I C.IolOo 4 2711 + II 47'S 47 *+ 14 I ', :
C. 1 .1 Ih.IOI 4705
l p "
I I 2 H"al > .. + 55 /
0. + II'S I. : 3 I I I .
AmAll 'I ... (.,.,.. plO 1" I" 11 "IC.n.ln. I 2544. Pw 10 44't .. 441' II baa 12 I.1""Tr 4 5' I ," *3's 42'S5,4' :
.1.1 I l .
Am .' 5 "S7. E'150.40 I 70 3145 2145+ 1".nH.' 40 I IN IS't' ,I 4.5150107 A'S Sh.l. N" 00,4 515s_ 145 20'S ". 11 "
Am I. In.. 4114 0,55444 C.040 24'4 : 1114405 '. 1 Pl'O' I' 20 1IndpltPL 5001041 4 30 II ,; 1714 ,; t 2'. V.n.'I'' I SI +
I. I. lI I 3 'SI 1 a' 5. 5' + ; : S"aon. I'. t 1 3 1" .
1.O .., .I I P.. II'SSb I COOl Id. II Ills 5"1 1 IIS.1 I I' 31''. SI'S 34 + 11 II 7 03. 5'4 IS'I'''_. 14 I 30'I + 1:1H..I Sh" Wm J )'"'' 11 152 I' ... 1'" I. IllS l CHICAGO (AP) FollowIngs
,. 13
$ 1444 CoHud I I 3 3. I 14 03. 004 b2'4+ I"II'r" "I I"M. .77 4001 + ''m' I. "I Y.I.n. 'I U. I. +
I + I' .. .. 1 .
*015(1747 .IS ., ,C IIL 7000 r 27 I0'4 IJ'. '.- *. I.1 3 I IS'* l 0I5.5 .C 3 7 .1" 44l' I Ol40osde 'U ". VI.t 1 I. 1415. i i a summary of the hog cattle
m I 3'. .31. I. 10. '. I !! 0Cs0l + 'I : 7 43':',+ IHE..I I 34'S45' Imm. 24510455' + ID'
IIL. 1 1'- I 7.. I I markets for the
I. A-I 1' ii it' 30 35'- I
.C.7 101 un" o. .. f IP..HG I : : 4,5 554401 .30s OIl 17 17"+ V417W 01 154 1715 494. : '.5Vl15Pll5lISI100'1. and4.aheep
1'1 .
17 ., 11 '
0' I I" "I 001'. 43' I 'b I 4t't 41''* + H 1v. ,
'm '
N..mn'
C. '. ( II I 0"C..I. 13 30 3040 71'S'50 I O" 141 M't .m... 1 I 3'" 44 10' ...k
11
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I 1. 1 ""O 304 00 I '. 40 37" 32's+ (llch' 4 S 0 ISO 10 + Vtll't pf 3 III', 111 I IIl',+ I 11.1' 0 5+ ..1 IISO IOS'* 105''* + HIP .
.Ch.'n
I 35 0
5 I 510.I5 1 I., 1 ilirlck I + .5 .V. IO tl't '3'. (USDA-mpae last Frlday
., 31 _, I.. I I' 5' Em.n.nE'' I :It'EmrE..I 0 1 !. 41H 4304. C.' 03'S P314+ | tl''+ I'
II H..HS : .
'mC ,II IS 7 31. 3 C.. I : .) 33', 30'I 3.+ ,.' 31'. U'' 'InlButMch .514 ..ISS'* .. I MNVCtnt II."t 30. a.. ., 00.lIyOII I. 1 "1 70'. (41.' .. 10000 G,. I II II M'*+ ,
1'' 1" 1'' C""Md $ U'I 101105a01 140InMlnpr IIH I1H+ IH144H $74115 *0 ll't ltH+ I', leer. 5-10
Aol C 0 t 5 I. .SObNVCHI lit IIH + 254504 Vo"d 3 .
\ 1' ,
+ 4 4 Em. II I' ., 13 1" I 3' lower
7
I 1 10'1 101105 50-75 lower
4(77 p1 404 C.'c I ,o 1" ". "" 20' dp17123015 5" 144H47H I 10 SmIloDs I t 17 n'" 11"+ I'" Vul..M 40 >. ll't ll'i ".+ I helen
1 Em' .. .
1' (van t 224 .'.ID 0 Chad G'h 1"b ICh.m. 4010171 I"O I.I I' I O.- .. ) 1 M. '5 ". "'. HY 5015' I ll..S 1 ''."tK I 7 52 70 "'' lOlaIs vwl.n ptl 25 101't' 10 101 steady, bulls mostly
I 3'h4,4' IntMlnw pi 4 SI "4 10
I' n', 33' 7 UO 3. 1 505,0400 NV"IG I 03"HI..M "* 174 10,1 -w-
ImDI. 101 1. ChaoS End J.M 3" 5"' 3 14EodJll In IMno .30* .1. 7H 7H+ ItIIH Pw t "t.12'S 51". + 0001,105 I' Ill ; 711.5_ I I5C.IG lower.
15
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A 4.0.' l.t 71 )0.$ 111)U 4404 448004+ I.COsmoS IS'O 3. 37'44 1"'+ 'S p4 II 100. 7 7 I'. 7 1 + I 40 IOtNlok, I 70. '1 7J', UHH NI..M 'UI 110 110 11 10. 1' 31 : .. I7'4 W'bl'.. ,(14 I 5 IIM 31 41 22't' .". IIHildorf 41 + \ Slaughter steers: Late sales
3' :34'S P.1k I 'ISH IS'4 ISH- I .
A. .
.371 lOS 45501' PI4III 1150 lOS I 5 31'44+
35 Chm.ln'l 'o In.1 I. NI.M 10'- 2 I' ..
1 1" I, 1 IS'C14s011,114 4 Equ 30'S In". I 505 It II' II 1ttH p44 1$ 0)) I OOP.1*. 11 J7'. .11 I 4't 4H 4Hilaroon H high choice and prime 1150-1350
Iml. 7 4005+ "1 d: tr: h 775 S.C0.ooV G.. 'I 7. J"IE'1 .In' PIP PI 4mlPlptCw tt + HIt HI.M 11" IOU I .41 3" 1.. I 3 tl't tlH 11 + intrM
4
I t 3 + .. H..M pl300 04 I 'I 31433 + lbs 2100-2175 with loadlots
11. + .
'
II 0. 0'' 1"1 I. I 1 '* SoH M'*+ IWIlo0 ,
I !!
200 000 44 + HI0)'t I .
..
LadS p' 14' "' IS 0 1 I". HI..M 4 IH..M 11 .
11 Il 4044. 44 1 .1 0 17t" 0 1 I ,
1m ." 2)45. II'S44 ICh"v, 1.11 I 1l'4 .. "'t I ''" '1 13'l "I lot P145 041 10 I03'tVi '" 73'S' + Ic.'a 10 U' 2255 I i 1. I 2tv It''. 375+ 1.WIlII0. prime 1200-1325 Ibs at
2152175.
Ho..J .7O 3 1' 1' .1. 00 7 I 3'
1 COOS 0414 015 73 7544- 1,11 0,. p1 1310 12III 1 '7"" 14'* ""+ '.5WaImOlS
514 21' 2440
I3'* W. '.. + l'h.C 115+
: three
: 11IH loads
1m Inl 5 44 13. t. 1200
I .o 1. S 11 t. prime
I' 11 I' 4 H
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1. I
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14 + 00. .",C.m so 13't' 31'H, 1. 5 I I.I. 5 I to '& 1100 Ibs 20752150.
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l 40. IS 14H 14' ,- I1 .I 1414' 11 4'5 4'4+ "S' I 0 44't 44'tt I' ,1 WaihOi I 40 17 IS'* IS'tI.4
'N.HO .n 10 107' O Ibs
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.ul "I. 5.41 I 14 15'O I 10" .I/.U.'D 1 t 7P,. ,. ,. 9.120 19.0
/ 04555
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5 ) N..n .t \ .. .1 I 1.: APP .1C410 I'WOPOIS heifers: bulk
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Am '. + 15" 14H 31-1 1' 1" 1' ol. t s 5' I 1 $' OIl 3'4 I 1'. U.5 topsince
11 Ill 117 1IIH+ IH .
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7 I I 4 Pod 54 31 54'5+ t JonL..n., 7.. II. II'"i I 011 00 1 1 I. 1' + 10 = E : good
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1" .I i 01'S 23'. 2340+ '., .00 + 404I5 I 40 37 >'" + 1"u'Ih 11 7 G' I. 1"'lechl. .Wool ,
*7 dOll 4140 111)I 421 111.1' 1 15 1' 3" 1 3'" .'' L 1S I. I.$ 0 l's 25
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Aol Clay 0 OS'S4 270 I" 'II0'o+ I. 11. 11 11 405 71 9'4"
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2 I 3. 17''. 14H7 MH-
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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, Feb. 23. INI
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MORE PEOPLE THAN EVER ARE



BUYING GENERAL ELECTRIC

By RONNIE STUART
Ledger Staff Writer
BARTOW-Thursday night, Sen. Richard Russell -
11MI1w of Georgia spoke of the "influence of pressure BECAUSE BECAUSE BECAUSETHRIFTY
groups." Russell went on to explain how these groups
"do not always represent the majority of the people."
According to Russell, who was speaking during THRIFTY CITY HAS THRIFTY CITY CITY GIVESA
Spessard L. Holland Appreciation Day, these groups TREMENDOUS YOU FABULOUS
"use a wide variety of tactics" in order ..".... PROTECTS YOU
I to get congressmen to vote a certain f fR"" SELECTION ON G.E. WITH GUARANTEE SAVINGS OF
l
way.Russell TELEVISIONS AND FAMOUS GENERALAPPLIANCES'
had nothing but words of ;,,}oj. t AND FREE SERVICE
praise as to how Holland had avoided ELECTRIC QUALITY
being pressured into any other vote r
than his own mind during his 18 yearsin
the Senate. y.<
Had Sen. Russell been more familiar -
with Polk County going's on, he
might very well have told the 1,750 '
people assembled at the Air Base to
honor Barlow's favorite son that they STUART n rN
apparently have "pressure groups"
working In their own county.
It seems ridiculous that the selection of a site for
the Polk Junior College has become such an issue.
Several months ago, three school board memberswere I
all for having the sites surveyed the next day, I
or at least as soon as possible. .
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question the report before it had been completelyread
at last Wednesday's school board meeting.
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LYNCHBURO, Va. (AP-The For Instance if an Industry paying board members so much money for their
Babcock& Wilcox Co. said Saturday wanted to determine whether anew services.
Its test reactor has metal alloy would endure The pay for board members, $3,600 per year and
achieved Its first sustained nuclear -the entire life of a reactor'score $4,200; per year for the chairman, does seem like a
chain reaction. which is usually several lot compared to the $10 to $15 per meeting paid in
The reactor I. the only pri-years, the B&W test reactor many places-and even nothing in some places. I I
vately owned and operated test could duplicate the effects in And most educational authorities agree that (g z r
reactor in the eastern United just several months, these areas with the lesser pay scales seem to have
States, and is the largest In the I Initial start.up of the reactor the better school systems.
world of the swimming pool came less than a after con- et
year This could be because the lower pay tends to
type I struction began on a $3,S million Interest who have sincere
only persons a interest in
The be
reactor will used primarily addition to Babcock & Wilcox
for company programs Nuclear Center education.
Development
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:' WINTER Deanery HAVEN-The, Meeting projects-, according Slated to Mrs ]}Bachelors For Every Single Gal In PolkBy Wash GAINESVILLE, Wear- There'smore


Churchwomen of St Paula Russell B. Davis of All Saints' to buying a sweater
her chances of meeting
One wise in the creases
NANCY BROWER and a half for every single bands, so she who hesitates expert
Episcopal Church will be host- Church, Lakeland, deanery di Women's Staff Writer woman In Polk County. loses out.Where ways of romance advises eligible Interesting men. than meet the eye. If you
eases for the spring meeting of rector. Mrs. H. O. Woodwardof There are 15,182 single is the happy hunting gals to take Jobs where Twenty years from now, are a canny shopper, your
the Lakeland Deanery of the St. David's Church, Lakeland Single women In Polk County -
for Polk
there of unmarriedmen marriage prospects
males 14 year old and over ground for these marriage'minded are plenty new mohair may survive several
Episcopal Churchwomen Is secretary of the deanery have a better chance of In Polk as compared to only women? to enroll In adult education County girls may not be as If not
of wear
Thursday getting their man during leap 10,852 single females, 14 and Vacation resorts, cruise classes and to join bright as they are now. There years
Registration at 9:30 a.m., Icelanders Plan SkitA year or any other time over, according to the latest ships and around the pools at clubs and religious groups were 40 more girl babies than you may ruin It In one wash
will be followed by a service skit on the significance of than do unattached females statistic available from the luxury hotels used to be con. planned for single adults It boy babies born in the lust ing.
of Holy Communion at 10 the United Thank Offering will In the United States as a Bureau of Economic Research sidered ideal places to find was also pointed out that the half of 1963 and the trend is Miss Elizabeth Dickenson,
o'clock, with the Rev Cyril N. be presented during the business whole. There's almost a man at the University of a mate. But the word got woman with many Interests continuing into 1964, accordIng clothing specialist with the
Sturrup a* the celebrant, assisted session by members of Florida. This means Polk around and now the compe- sports, music, art, collect to the Polk County
by the Rev. Joseph O. All Saints' Church Those participating irs Li gals can afford to be choosey. tition Is keen. Ing, politics greatly In- Health Department. Florida Agricultural Extension
Drawdy both of St. Paula in the skit are Mrs. i Service, passes on some
Church. Young A. Bishop, Mrs Wil 1 suggestions for smart sweater
In Lakeland also
BUhop Te Speak liam H. Cook, Mrs John E. LEAP rrYEAR i Single gals
have a better than even shopping.
After the luncheon, the Rt. Roberts, Mrs J. B. Royal,
chance of snaring a husband, First select the cut and
Rev. James L. Duncan, D. D, Mrs J, Russell Royal, Mrs.J .
suffragan bishop of the Diocese Tom Watson, Mrs. Bob C. for there are 3.222 single men color most becoming to you.
available to the only
of South Florida, locatedIn Jones and Mrs. Robert E. marry But don't stop there. Consider
In the
2,924 women never-
the Miami Archdeanery, Cuatln. been-married category.The whether your sweater
will speak to delegates Noonday prayers will be marriage prospects for will be right for the places
Episcopal Churchwomen of said by the Very Rev. Clifton ,
widowed women seeking to and activities plan to
the 15 participating branches H White, dean of the Lake you
will display yearbook, scrapbooks land Deanery, followed by For marry every widowers widower,are there poor are wear it.Labels.
posters or Items used lunch served by the hOlt chap four widows This Is true show fiber content.
to further their programs or ter.IMPRESSIONABLE both in Lakeland and Polk Hang tags give care Instruc

County as a whole. Figures Bore Read them and heed
obtained from the University both. Orion and textured
show 8,348 widows and only nylon require a minimum of
J' 2,588 widowers In Polk County labor in laundering because
In Lakeland the ratio Is r they dry rapidly, resist
AND ADMIRABLE the same, 2,555 widows, 622 shrinkage, and keep their
widowers shape well. You can machine
c Competition for the few wash and dry both fabrics
widowers Is perhaps a little rt without blocking.
The tiny heel wins admiration keener here than in the ,, .\ : 1"
.J' Examine Workmanship
stale's largest county, Dade,
everywhere. Distinctively SPECIALVALUES where the odds of a widow Look for good workmanship -
landing a widower are slight PRACTICING UP ON BRIDGE for the Lakeland Panhellenle Association's dessert bridge as Important guideto
simple In design. Well.poised Iy better. According to the party are, from left, Kathy Renton, vice president of Phi Mu chapter at Florida Southern quality. You'll find the
Miami Herald, there are 46,* College; Mrs. Douglas Hall, Panhellenic president; Mrs. Vera Silks, Phi Mu sorority member; finest and most expensive-
for graceful walking. 500 widows living in Miami, Penny Beardsworth, FSC Phi Mu chapter member; and Mrs Robert Stokes, Phi Mu alumnae sweaters are fashioned
only as compared to 13,600 widowers president. Mrs Hall Is holding a lamp reminding those attending to bring an unwrappedwhite throughout. Full -fashioned
A big Idea for your This that there that each
means means piece -
elephant item for sale at the party Wednesday (Ledger photo-Perkins)
are about three and a half front, back, sleeves is knitto
shoe wardrobe. $ widows for every widower In the shape of the body.
O95 Panhellenic Is SlatedLakeland
si.ck '>.t.*. that resort city, as comparedto Bridge Party Look for the tiny "fashioning
Whit Patent the four.to-one ratio In marks" around armholes and
$8,99 EACH Polk. Panhellenic Association The admission will be an un- pa Theta sororities. sleeves made by increasing
liJve Divorced men and women will have a dessert wrapped white elephant Item Reservations are to be made and decreasing the numberof
I are almost equal In numberson for an auction to be held the by tomorrow by contacting stitches.
al ,.. e.tn a Polk County level, but bridge party Wednesday at first part of the meeting. Mrs William C. Renfranz. MU Quality varies greatly In
In Lakeland, there are almost 7:30: pm. at Polk Federal Hostesses for the party are 25828, or Mrs Mary Cong- cut.and'iewn sweaters. Pieces
t;, ) twice as many divorced women community room, Southgate. members of Phi Mu and Kap- don, MU 2-0441. are cut from flat yardageand

county figr- -- ----- ----- ---- -- --- ----- sewn together. Unless
eI.e66l; ; ,- acre sir err w rss err s. are err ear err curl
V"\ divorced men, cutting is done along length.
f 1,991 divorced women. The wise and crosswise rows,
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figures for Lakelanders In J your sweater will twist and
the same marital status are sag out of shape Check
332 men, 603 women. I fronts, sides and sleeves to
Leap year, as everyone I c/afr caj/eqj4 make sure the sweater was
knows, gives a single girl an I 1 : cut straight.
extra day in which to
Other Little Heelsin pray I Check The Knit
st...,.. r'_ tice her wiles on wary males. S
YELLOW or BLUE All year long she has sort of I Examine the knit. Loosely
$9,99 ( Bags to Match ) unofficial sanction to be more I knit bulky sweaters are soft
TlEIt TRAY aggressive than usual in her t' but are Inclined to pill or
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campaign for a mate. I form little balls on the surface.
Most unattached American CLIP n' SAVE Closely knit sweaters
NICODEMUSJEWELRY women can't afford to sit I don't pill as readily but are
Idly by for three years out not as soft.
CO. of four waiting for husband Look to see that seams are
hunting season to open In I closely sewn together to re
124 S. K,. A... MU 2-6154 leap year. There are more duce bulkiness and prevent
l I11 f. KINTVCKY'b! 0,... Fri. Nan, 'TII t than 24 million women in the I raveling. Buttonholes of
United States without hus- cardigans should be firm and
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FOR ADULT BEGINNERS EACH TUESDAY NIGHT 8:00 P.M. I turning up towards the crown. To comb: Brush hair thoroughly bock Iowa people In Floridaare

comb top and sides lightly. Brush smoothly! back, parting hair slightly off Invited to attend the annual
I center. Blend top hair into sides, forming soft wing waves. Comb hair at Iowa picnic Saturday at
Learn to Plug (IBALDWIN crown to produce soft, feather like layers. Brushing the back up and in towards noon at the Magnolia BuildIng
the crown completes this lovely) coif Hint: Beeswax used at the nope Civic Center.
I I of the neck will keep those straggly hairs from falling. (To obtain a leaflet Coffee will be furnished.
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'Tom Jones Coming To Town"Tom Lakehurst. Mr Bell If the ton
NEW YORK-Sworn off cigarettes anced stride It most Important. park the shop windows and of Mr. and Mn. A. O. Bell
? Nervous, edgy? Just For this reason, choosea the people you tee.
about decided "this cigarette low or medium-heeled walk- 4. It's nice to have a companion 1924! W. Highland.
Jones, rollicking, rowdy, bawdy, exciting, period comedy, will open smoker would rather die than Ing shoe with leather uppers if Wedding plans will be an
he she is
or compatible
The film is made from the
at the Grove Park Theater Thursday. Henry Field
quit"? Next time the nicotine and leather soles. Shoe uppers But walking alone is nounced.
me novel which has kept ita readers laughing for the last 200 years. tdat
urge becomes too strong, of pliable leather bend fun, too. The bride-elect li attending
It will do the same for dor.'t light up light out- and stretch with every step,
Its Grove Park audiences. her M'stletoel Agnes Invited this hat alienated tome NAB for a long walk. and leather soles are sturdy, 5. Don't pamper your feet- Lakeland High School She Is a
I guarantee it, for I was about 100 friends In Friday members, who would prefer a That's the advice from the flexible and resilient. use them. You can also pro member of the DCT and ii n -
of night for cocktails, in their lest Independent-minded leader. Another tect them-with an annual a doctor1 assistant .
treated to a preview doctor-Dr. Benjamin Kauth, important point checkup by employed ai
family
your po
the film tome time ago, honor. prominent podiatrist and director Leather, being a porous nat diatrist. at Watson Clinic.

and never enjoyed a a s a See of the American Foot ural material, breathes This Note how much your walk Mr. Bell attended Kathleen
movie more. It has everything Care Institute. Walking to re- means that the perspiration ing and breathing becomes schools and If employed by
Kenneth Fields, ion of Mr. lieve tension and irritability is evaporates through your shoes,
-beautiful is almost Mitt Mary Mumbauer, easier the further you getaway Wellman Lord Engineering!
Inadequate to describe and Mn. Gone Fields, 717 W. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. and old remedy, and a good and fresh air comes in and from cigarettes. Company. MISS JUDITH RINGELMAN
the scenery.The Park St., has been named'to L. Mumbauer Jr., 1624 Holly one, says Dr. Kauth, author of circulates around your movingfeet .
film M being the Deal's: List at the University Road, hat been initiated Into "Walk And Be Happy" (John keeping them dry

hailed by critics and lay of Florida, where he Beta Tau chapter of Sigma Day Co.) Walking Rules
viewers alike as "one of U :a freshman and in the topS Kappa sorority at the Univer Step out smartly, your head Other rules for good walkingare
per cent of his class. He city of Florida: A banquet for held high. Find a pace that : 1
the best things to come was graduated from Lakeland the Initiates followed initia sets your feet tingling and 1. Don't overdress. You'llwarm /2 Carat
cinematically
out of England High .chool, where tie was tion. your circulation stirring. Don'tmake and
up as you go along,
in years, and prob- editor of the Highlander, it too brisk at first-
you'll want to be able to swing
ably the greatest. achool yearbook and was s your smoking may have left arms.

Albert Finney in the title named a class superlative! you short-winded. In time, you your 2. Don't time yourself, Walkas
(is handsome incurably Mr. and Mrs W. Bryant. work' to
role can your way up a
s.e Tyrrell of Takoma long as you like, whetherit's
Md.
Park
romantic and faster tempo.
ten minutes or two hoursas DIAMONDS
vulnerable. There are are houseguests of Mrs. Llllas Before you start out, cautions
We applaud the productionby 3609 long at it relaxes you. 8
Beatty, Hopewell The Dr.
some choice scenes wherethe the Lakeland Little The- Kauth step into a 3. Don't always have a par.
:Tyrrells are spending partof of shoes
audience is pair good walking so
spell- fun
ater of the long-run hit. the winter 1n Florida and titular destination. Walk to
that will be
bound; there are scenes "The Fantasticks" which your outing a enjoy the countryside, the
are enjoying a reunion with
that have you rocking opened in New York at the Mrs. Beatty, a lonl-Ume Wearing pleasure and shoes not that just give a chore. At Rudolph's spectacular fiery gems

with laughter; there are Sullivan Street Playhouse in friend. cushioned support and a you bal- set in distinctive, modem, 14 Karat
fearsome moments when May, 1960, where it is still Next Friday, Mr. Tyrrell mountings.

you clutch your chair playing.A will show his motion picture,
arms. talented tight little group "From the Ocean to the'Ap OPitha1LKenneth

The plot takes the viewer of players gave superb enter palachians," at the Civic YOUR CHOICE /

from the lovely Som tainment to audiences at the Center Theater, at S p.m. Beebe and Mrs.
erset countryside in Eng- Civic Center Theater duringthe The film will be shown under Marie Beebe of 3552 Doreen

land to London life In the What four-night run. about mar- the auspices of the Lake Drive, Lakeland, attended the J3Carters $ J,99'
can we
1700' say Region Audubon Society. Now graduation of Mr. Beebe's son,
vellous that wehaven't
critic Mary Farlday semi-retired, Mr. Tyrrell has Kenneth R. Beebe, from the
Show magazine said? And
already .had a long career in the field Officers Training School at Ft. ,
sums the film in these about Don Kaplan's voice,
up of natural history and wildlife Banning yesterday. Mr. Beebe ,
"The British looks and that COMPARE!
words
: mov good aplomb,
photography, with many of his pinned the second lieutenant REGULARLY $299
ie Tom Jones set a new we haven't remarked upon
still pictures appearing In national ban on his son Lieutenant e
standard for adap- again and again? And of
screen
magazines and newtpa Beebe,who was graduated second invite
tation of a literary classic.Its adorable Sallie Snlvely who'slooks pert. in his class, served for
top-notch components acting and lovely voice Board members of the Lake four in and 30DAYA
years Germany returned
and ? And of you
charm delight MONEY-BACK
included John Osborne'switty Region Society will host an as staff sergeant to
script, Tony Rich- Jack Thompson? of the splendid Informal reception In the enter officer's training school. to see GUARANTEE

ardson's imaginative direction Lamar voice Blanton and Bill Glass Lounge Immediately after He will now enter jump school NO lOWER
outstanding per- the film-lecture, with all PRICES f e- ,
Fashionsfor
Gallagher, the fathers, delightful b
interested Invited to
formances by Albert Fin- Jon Barry Wilder persons lJiJdJtL; ANYWHERE!
the .
meet Tyrrells.Orvllle
ney, as Tom, Susannah and Roger Sherman? Crazily
York and Hugh Griffith- hilarious See LAKELAND GENERALHOSPITAL .

plus excellent color cam- And musicians, Peggy Clark 1964
Convenient weekly or monthly payments
era work. Burr and Henry Strait? Fan- Busing of Tune, Idaho Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Fur

"Tom Jones, succeedsas tastlckl I has returned home aftera tado, 1140 Ruby St., daughter, Spring
Just by of saying visit with hit mother, Mrs.
and
a movie as a peri- way Feb. 19
od comedy worthy of its "thank you for a delightful Nellie Busing, 215 W, Patter. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jar- and R
son St., and brothers. Glees
classic source. evening.. rell, 2326 Olney Road, daugh
and Marvin.
"It's a gone: hilarious, s s e Wyatt, Myron ter Feb. 19. Summer .RUDOLPH'S PRICES DiAMOHO 1seP05 itas lines net
naughty aduU show." ass Mr and Mrs Bobby 1, CAN'T BE BEATI! OPIN T

Dear reader, let this Comely Katy Sue Meredith; Scott, Auburndale daughter\ 109 t. MAIN ST. FRIDAYS MONDAya-TILL
one bo a must. It's really 1964 Maid of Cotton ls cur- TO THINK UPON" "From Feb. 19. 122 South Kentucky U 9
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rently touring cities In the the errors of others, a wise Mr, and Mrs., Edmund T.Esposlto EXPERT WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIR
great.
U. S. A., and in late May will man corrects his own.-" 3018 Redwood, ton, Lakeland, Florida I
e s embark on an around-the- Syrus. Feb. 19. ,
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world tour to begin In Europe. --
Ankley Jefferson, daughter Her wardrobe? All 100 per
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe cent cotton.

Jefferson of Nevada Road, has We were present for the SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
entered the School of Nursingat fashion show of modish cot
the University of Alabama, tons and her own specially
Tuscaloosa Ansley who at- designed wardrobe last Mon.
tended Florida Southern Col- day night at Maas and were
lege the firs semester, is a impressed with their weara-

sophomore bility and style freshness, and
She wrot? home that Shamus trend back toward femininity MAAS

Kane, son of Mr. and Cotton Is really coming Into
Mr. Jim Kane, Nevada Road, its ownl Such versatility.
was elected one of the 10 most "Do you enjoy your work?"
eligible bachelors on the Uni- Katy Sue was asked. "I
versity of Alabama campusby adore it," said she. It is fast
the sorority girls. He Is a paced, too."Collins .
freshman law student there.
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Ansley was real proud of

her friend' selection. They survives" says TV
grew up across the street from Guide In last week's Issue.

each other. We quote: "By an uncomfortably -

s s s narrow margin Gov. Le-
Roy Collins (former governorof
Barbara and Ed Schadlerand Florida) has survived an men's dress and

daughters. Holly and Susie attempt by dissident members -
will take off by car today of the National Associa
for their home in Upper Mont- tion of Broadcasters to oust casual I shoes
clair, N. J. Barbara and him from the presidency of
daughters arrived via Jet on the NAB. The showdown

St. Valentine's Day and Ed came in Sarasota, Fla., where regularly! 1095-1695
came down by car Friday, the NAB board of directors 'v---
and they've been houseguests convened late last month. A sale! 9.88b
of her mother, "Mrt., Agnes member of the board proposed -
Morrow, 1122 S. Success Ave. that Collins' contract, .-
Barbara has been on the which has two more yearsto b _.__ regularly! 1800-2600
luncheon circuit since her arrival run, be terminated. The

with hardly a day pass. motion was defeated 25 to sale! 11.88
ing when she wasn't joiningold 18. More than any of his
friends a' their invitation. predecessors Collins has spoken t .
Holly was born around out freely on issues affecting n Big savings on men's luxurious footwear ox-
Christmastime, and Agnes Is broadcasters, and some
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To Be Explained At Meet"The


New Math," a topic February, March and April

under discussion by parents meetings of the Lakeland
branch will be devoted
to a
and teachers alike, will leadoff
topic concerned with a deeper -
the "Science and the Lay study of .modern science

man" series of program and its developments by the

topics for the Lakeland I layman. This is part of the ladies dress and
branch, American Associa- new structure of AAUW programs .
tion of University Women. adopted nation-wide at
Prof. Frederick W. Blockof the national convention In
Florida Southern College .Denver last summer Dr. casual I shoes "
has been selected to speak at Margaret L, Gilbert and Mrs
Tuesday night's meeting at 8 E. C. Pickart head the com- 6
o'clock at the Tuesday Music mittee arranging the scienceprograms
Club. regularly 99912.99 regularly 129914.99

Professor Block will ex- Committee Members sale! 6.88 sale!
8.88
plain why changes .In the 'Mrs. J. F. O'Neil! and Mr.
teaching of mathematics have A. Marquis Pickard are cochairmen
been made, history of "the of the hostess com-
new math" examples and the mittee, assisted by Mrs. Edna regularly 149921.00 .
expected advantages' of the Klncald. Mrs. Roger Kohl- .
modern method.. ftedt, Mrs. Imelda Nelms. sale! 10.88
Math Professor Mrs. Joseph Nitwonger, Mrs.
Serving as a mathematics James Norton. Mist Ru.h Olsen -
professor at Florida'Southern Mrs. Glenn Owenby,
College Mr. Block also is responsible Mrs. Iva B.; Phillips Mrs. Stunning savings on current styles and colors In

for courses training Howard Piatt, Miss Mary high and low Heels casual and dress styles.
elementary .school teachersin Palmer, and Mrt. James

methods of teaching the PurcelL Maas' Ladies' Shoes
new math to their students. The Lakeland Branch will
Professor Block was graduated host a District C workshop In
from Syracuse Univer- Lakeland on March 7. Mrs.
FOR CONVENIENCE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
sity and hold an M.S. degree Alexander Steinberg Jr. and USE
from Columbia. He Joined Mrs. Leon Harpole are handling

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I Eqq Cooking Contest Open. To Non-Professional. CooksDo

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you have a favorite meets when served to friends least one egg, you might not IS, by Feb IS. Champion Other contest rules are as recipe follows*
.recipe _that .drawl .complland. .. ram.lly' 1( It contains_ .at. want to enter It In the National from both division will follow: BUTTERSCOTCH
Egg Cooking contest compete nationally. A contestant's recipe must NUT TORTE
and become the Rational Egg Florida has been divided feature at least one egg per ( egg yolks t l
Cooking Champ.A Into five areas In each area Rule 1 tap baking powder
Open for Spring Clearwater woman Mrs there will be a first second Individual serving For In. 1V4 cups sugar
Carol Grabow, took top hon- and third place recipe selected stance, an omelet serving 2 tsp. vanilla
ort last year with her recipe In both divisions Prlte four people must call for four M pint whipping cream
for Butterscotch Nut Torte money will be a< follow: egg. Directions for preparing 1 tsp almond extract
All professional cook, first place, $20: second, $10; are to be clearly atated 8 egg whites
1< 8kp who are state residents may and third, $t. The first place with total preparation time 2 cups. graham cracker
k\ enter the Second Annual winners In the five areas will not exceeding three hour crumbs
Florida Egg Cooking contest, compete In the state cookoff Ingredient readily availableIn 1 cup chopped pecans
which begins tomorrow and In Tampa sometime In May neighborhood stores are to Best egg yolks well. Add
continues through April 1, which Is Florida Egg month. be uied. Give baking temperature sugar and baking powder. r a I IM Iat
\ Jubilee Potent Florida winner will receive The deadline for entries Is and time or total Add flavorings Beat egg '
an aU-expenae-pald trip to midnight April I, The place conking time. whites until stiff, not dry.
Chicago to compete In the to send your entry Is: FlorIda Entries become the prop Fold In egg. yolks, cracker
let national final, Sept. 14-IS. Egg Commission, (18 S. erty of the Florida Egg Commission crumbs and nuts. Put in
Pink Two DlvUlon MicDill", Tampa, As manyrecipes giving them the rightto tort pan and bake at 3ZJ for
There are two divisions: may be entered by publish or use to promote 35-40 minutes Cool end frost
White senior, which enable persons one person as be wishes, as the use of eggs. Winning with whipping cream.Butteraookla .
IS years of age and over to long as a separate entry recipes may be edited and Sauce
Block enter: and Junior, for contest. blank or reasonable facsimile adjusted as the Commissionsees I cup brown sugar
ant at leait 10 years odut 1* attached to each.recipe. fit State winner will 1 tblsp. flour
be notified on or before % cup buttery
June I. cup orange Juice
Matching Audience % cup water
2 egg
Bags IBMKey Contestant will be required 14 tsp. vanilla
to prepare) their reel- Combine sugar and flour.
pee In front of an audienceIn Add the rest In order except
the state and national vanilla. Cook until thick over
Punch Course final, If Mlected. All ex. double boiler. Add vanilla ,
pence for contestants in the and cool.
OPEN national final will be the raponslblllty Cut torte and pour sauce
FRIDAY of the Florida over Indlvuduat
piece just.
NIGHT 8 Weeks Egg.Commission. The Junior before serving Serves,
gsl division winner must be
accompanied by an adult
Day & Night Classes Selection of winners la all OVERALLS AT HOME
Judging will be based on or The biggest overalls you'veever
Iglnallty flavor and appearance seen, starting thin tinder
LAKELAND BUSINESS INSTITUTE, INC. completeness simplicity the bosom and widening tit the
and ease of preparation ankles like clown's trousers LITTLE GIRL LOOK-Dress a* young u you feel In this
BENFORD'S BOOTERY 401 W. Peachtree St. on Loke Wire and an awareness of the into huge center pleated culottes "little missy" dress designed by Muriel Ryan The dress Is
Lakelend, Florida limb principle of egg cook. .is designer Lori fill's Virgin wool Jersey knit with a sash to add or subtract.
DOWNTOWN ery. Idea of a wonderful t-home
Mrs Grabow'i winning, look..
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cotton: sailcloth. You'll want one of each and short sleeves. Little care fabrics of lous, 100% wool knit suits in navy and I cardigan, 34-40 6.99

style at this price 8-18! acetate jersey and Docron polyester pastel shades, 1018. Three piece knit t slim rayon skirt, 8.18 5.99

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LAKELAND [LEDGER Sunday, Feb. 21, IM4 S-C
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To Wash/ 'Or To Dry Clean? That /Is The Question 1


E' 4s BENTON HARBOR, Mich. always washable and new chemIcal Into the washing machine, but has a tendency to shrink -(serviceability of glass textiles modacryllc fabrics that are

t Innumerable garments lose ( treatments are moving many of them are hand washable better dryclean It. 1 Dryclean modacryllc fabrics, marked washable can be ma
their band-box look because I Including Dynel and Verel, unless chine-washed In the gentle I
more and more woolens into particularly those usedin The new miracle fibers cause
they have been washed when marked washable. Avoid cycles of modem automatic
they should have been dry. that category. sport and casual wear, the the most agonies of whether to hot Ironing! However the washers.
cleaned, home economists and Linen and cotton are two of experts explain. But even these wash or not to wash. Here's al .-
fabric I experts say. the world's most washable fabrics look better and retain their run-down on synthetic fabrics

At the same time, It Is more according to these experts. newness longer when they are from the experts:

economical to launder fabrics White linen or cotton can be drycleaned. More expensivesilks Some acetate, Including Ar

that tubbing were originally In suds. designedfor washed In hot water without always should be dry- nel, Eatron and Chromspun, are] lie Do Expert
fibers. I
It all seems to prove that a damaging the cleaned. certainly washable, others dry.
little bit of knowledge, thoughnot However, no one Is going to More and more woolens are cleanable depending on con. Picture Framing
blindly throw all of her cottons
necessarily dangerous, can being treated for machine washing itruction and finish. Dryclean
or linens Into the washing machine
be And ifyou're
an expensive thing Better dresses, particularly but, unless so marked, wool unless marked washable.
informed about
properly "'
k which clothing needs to be those trimmed or lined should be hand laundered or Acrylic fabrics can be machine see Mr, SchellI50S
:4 4 4r dunked in hot suds and which with other materials, and high drycleaned. Many new perma -washed and Machine-
needs the tender cleansing that style summer cottons, are nat. nently-pleated wool skirts and dried. Little or no Ironing I Is
drycleaning m a k a a possible, urally going to fare better with slacks can be machinewashedwith required. Creslan, Acrilan and
you'll save money and make]drycleaning.Some gentle action cycle. If you Orion are In this category.
your wardrobe last longer. cottons are treated wash them, though, you can expect Don't dryclean glass fibers.
This advice was obtained with test tube resin finishes to use the steam Iron more They should be dip-washed by S, PL. MU 2.6958
from home economists and fab-|which suffer when bleached with extensively than If they were:hand with as little rubbing as
ric experts to help homemakers chlorine-check the dress tag :drycleaned. Mohair a fashion possible. However manufacturers -
get their drycleaning and laun-| Very few silks can be tossed pet for the last season or two, are presently Improving the -'

dry done more economically.
According to the experts, SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

9 w linens and cottons are nearly
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Speaking of Beauty

be Philip

Well ladies, what do you
think of the column this week? 9
It's dirferent1' -1
but simply because ftL
there Is
ALBERT RANDALL AYALA \ much to tell

you.One I

'Gail Robertson Is Bride ; '' dreams of has my become -I
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a reality. tA,.

Of Albert Randall Avala : That my coming Is, upon to ,

Lakeland from
Mm Gail Robertson, 422'/J' encon lace enhanced the fitted Palm Beach, I I
E. Belmar, became the brideof bodice and skirt front. Her PHILIP was told thai
Albert Randall Ayala Fri. pouff veil of pure silk illusion this wonderfulcity
day night at First Methodist was caught by a rose headpiece was In need of the type
Church chapel. The wedding fashioned of silk organ. beauty salon which I am striving (a
was attended by members of za. She carried a cascade of to offer in"
the Immediate families only. white sweetheart roses. Coiffures B y f ei
The Rev Caxton Doggett Bride's Sister Philip. 225 .S. *J
performed the ceremony. Mu- Mrs. Ronald Hastings Miller Fls. The,
sib: was 'presented by Mrs. of Taylorsville, Ky., was her dream was to ,
Donald W Hemstreet.The slster'f only attendant. She feature a staffof '
bride I Is the daughterof wore an aqua streetlengthdress the greatest 1K
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton of peau de sole, and carried hair dressers- 4r
Robertson Jr of Owens. r. bouquet of matchingroses. and here they -
boro, Ky. Mr. Ayala's parents are.
are Mr and Mrs. Nelson Miles Robert Chipman of Lake Ju Happily,
Ayala, 2401 Cleveland Heights liana was beat man. I present Mr.
Blvd. The couple will reside at Ernie and Mr ERNII
Given In marriage by her 422V4 E. Belmar. The bride Is Michael. M r. .,l f .
father, the bride wore a silk employed by First Mortgage Ernie previously excelled In ha a''t
organza gown fashioned with Corp. of Florida and Mr. Aya designing and Is very well ? '}
for hischapeaua
abort sleeves and high scooped la works for his father at Aya known )
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neckline. Embroidered AI- la Oil Company.
while Mr. Michael 1st g r'
1 was

/tngeborg Ittlinger To claim making to fame his \ ".. ;

in the men's]
I fashion worldof ,

Appear With SymphonyCLEARWATER been of Mr.design.previously Jay has- k4" :-. \ :'


announced. .,
Ingeborg
H" ten years
Ittlinger, a.yen -year. old MICHAEL ;
experience In f. ;
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ru hair styling has already endeared '
doll Ittlinger, 1039 Clearvlew' 1/ :\ .;', 0
him to his clientele. A relative .. .
Ave., Lakeland will appear newcomer ':.. u
with the Clearwater Symphony to Philip's
Saturday at 11:15: p.m. in the
I I a Catherine o.
concert hall, of the Jack Tar who was form. w
Hotel. erly with New
Ingeborg appeared last year York's Wai-1 o
with the St. Petersburg Sym dorf Astoria.
phony and with the Clear. Her well ladies' double wool knits
water Symphony over tele known forte ,
vision.. At Piano Guild auditions Is In exquisite
she has earned a Crit sr'a facials I and regularly $40-$50 t f
ic's Circle rating and top hon. akin care as r e e
ors. She Is uable to reach the well as pedi- sale! $29Three
JAY
piano pedals and special ones curing and
were made for her. manicuring.Last .
She will be heard with the but far from least, Is piece double wool knit costumes In chic new
full orchestra In all three Carol who has been with me
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movements of the Piano Con. Styles embroidered ond knitted designs! Your

certo in D Major by Haydn. s v choice, white, navy, bright blue, celery green and
Tickets may be purchasedIn red; 820.
Lakeland at Lonnell. Inc.,

500 S. Florida Ave., during INGEBORG ITTLINGER Maas' Promenade Shop
store hours. Reserved ticketsare ,
selling for $3 unreserved,
1150.. and students, $1.25, t n'' .+
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of the Tourist Club noon; dance from 2 to S p.m.; earCAROL .. f .
cards 7 Mr. and Mrs.
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will take part in the following p.m. CATHERINf .
activities to be held this weekat Donald Bruwn of New York e d,

the Magnolia Building, hosts. > through thick and thin from the

Civic Center: FRIDAY: cards, 2 p.m 'very beginning.
I TOMORROW dance, 8 to II Mrs. Alma Logan of Illinois It makes me proud to present
p.m. Mi1 and Mrs H. H. and Mrs. Grace McMunlgla these hair dressers because
I Knight of Nebraska will be of Pennsylvania, hostesses through their efforts CoiffuresBy ladies' new Spring dresses !
is fast the
Philip becoming
hosts, Ira Spurgeon is chair .
: SATURDAYcards.: 7pm last word In beauty In Lakeland
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man. Mrs. Lida Enner of Pennsylvania
Mrs. Fleet compare at 12.98
Goodnight
I TUESDAY cards 2 p.m.: and Mrs. Gladys Tildew r
community sing, 7:30 p.m., of New York, hostesses A.S. (19th .f I s..i..1)
sale! U.99
Mrs. 01 II n Reed, pianist; Mabusth is chairman. A4v
program 8 p.m., "Alaska Today

ing ,"1,400,color miles travelogue in the cover 49th ; ;; 1 r -. .- 1, Dresses ready to step into Spring and go! Easiest

state presented by Dr. .! wIr of core fabrics Arnel triacetate jersey prints
Laurence Barker president of
Arlington, Mass, Historical sophlstlcatedlysimple '- ::. 1 and crisp textured rayons with a look of linen .
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WEDNESDAY: annual hob
by show by members of Chat- That's the story of you the many styles we have In our selection,
sew from 1 to 4 p.m. Mrs. H. tpeclally selected Guild-
E. Mihell of Canada is chair. craft fo.hion..i9h'; frames Sp..al"r..I"ue Maas' Midtown Shop
man. Cards at 7 p.m., Mr. heavenly style with
and Mrs Frank McCoy of d&wn-to+ortb quality. Fit,
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THURSDAYPicnic at yow had ever
hoped for 'In glassed.
The New Spring Straws .


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JUl'I'LlJ.. famous Junior dresses
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STYLINCI SALON compare at 1498-1798

For spectacular millinery fashion buys come see sale! 9.99
asT'.rsV 7e leak smart, tt smart -

STYLI IN Bring Jour prescription' fe II, this magnificent group of Milan-like straws! Fresh From our most famous Junior dress manufacturer

AND new spring shapes. Colors and treatments to delight' made especially for Moos Brothers, a
COLOR Peoples Bonk-Merchant Plan W sensational selection of new summer dress
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I" 1N. U.11 At M...... F.N.B. Charge Plan your eye and make you wont several. Not just a styles! Costumes, sleeveless sheaths, full skirts

souTHeataHorlNQ -- bargain but the most fashion for the least Katya cottons, piques, eyelets, gingham,
money,
e..T'R.U denim. 5-15..
don't miss them Maas' Junior Terrace
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(:- Graceful, delicate Bavarian china an ample t 113-piece set now $20 off regular
buenilum table accents for price for this great sole! Choose gold or platinum bond on white complete set includes:
12 each dinner plates, salad plates, bread and butter plates, coupe soups, fruits, cups and
gourmet living and giving impressive decorative saucers. each: covered casserole, coffee pot, covered sugar, creamer, souceboot (fast ,"
stand), 12V4" plotter, IS'/a" platter, 9V4" round vegetable; 12 butter plates .. PLUS 3
I'/z-qt. casserole regular 900 table lamps at budget extra cups and saucers. f
sole 5 97 Maas' China

2.qt. casserole regularly 10.00 ,. prices
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; 3-part relish dish regularly 800 I compare ot 15.00 to 20.00 T
sale! 4.97 <
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3.pint fondue regularly t 12.SO sole!

8.97 An Impressive collection of table lamps .-- 1
9-inch chip and dip regularly 4.50 :
i ale I %.'n your choice at ,a most unusual low price silver plated sandwich tray sterling rimmed coaster ash tray
Come early for first choice selection J f compare ot 3.95 regularly I 1.25
Don't miss the special savings- on these dis shown are but a few from the many styles sale! 2.47. sale! 97c*
tinctive buenilum table accents. Buenilum Is '. available, Including ceramic, wood, china or A small price but you still, lOve over 25 ri on A delightful accent for your home, beautifully fmlined _
a metal alloy, buffed and polished by hand to brass and this attractive sandwich troy! I .Inch diameter, nl.ver at on Incred ble low price. Sterling" rimmed
American
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a silver-like, lustrous finish. No polishing is contemporary, early plated for almost a 'lifetime of use a for the look of elegance. Buy several for yourself, or
provincial designs, charming gift I for gifts, !
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72x108" or fitted twin compare at 3.29 81x108" or fitted full. compare at 3.69
sole! 2.47 sole! %.97

Matching Pillow Cases 87c each

You know you're buying superior quality, when the label reads "Pacific" and Just lookat
the savings! Fine, soft combed white percale, with rainbow colored woven stripes .
truly fine sheets at prices to fit your budget! Stock your linen shelf now, and save!

sparkling white draperiesfor


"Com,Ut" jacquard towel ensemble by Marten f w !L. a every window .

bath towel i i at big savings!

formerly 1 1.98 1 i'
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I Big, savings on a lovely towel ensemble by Martexl j :i '
regularly $9
Fine, quality, thick terry. with white fleur-de-lis woven = I _
on blue-mist' misty-mint, peach-blush or rosebud
grounds sale! $5Give
Guest towel formerly' 1.29 sele! 77e a 1a
Wash cloth formerly' 59c selel! J7e ll I i i home a fresh, new look with these sparkling
your
Finger tip, towel formerly 59c .sole J7e fy I r .. ; white, '.Allu.." draperies! A perfect fit for every win.
Not shown. Tub mat formerly 3,98 sele! 1.51 1 dow mode of 56o rayon and 44% acetate beautifully .
1a finished In on Interesting' nubby weave with blind
area and scatter rugsin stitched 4" top hems and 3' bottom hems.

colorful I stripes b 'r !' single 48" wide, ; 58" length 'oo regularly $7 .
compare ot 293 i, v" {t y, '# !mr, .sale $4
sale! 1.97 21\G" hire "' a'a ( double. 99 wiele; 58" Iingth regularly $14 .
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Add a splash of color to your home with these decor .rlr
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backing completely washable Choose bronze, ,. '.'11 $10 I
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At Mrs. Milton Murray's Home "Gateway- To Spring" It the 12:30 p.m. at the clubhouse Easter- are to. be shown,

them of the style show and 90 Lake Morton Drive through the cooperation of
luncheon to be presented by Fashions from the Empire Melvin Estroff. Mrs William I

By LUCIA MYERSA presslons to manageable size-for an oral report the Sorosli Club Thursday at Store for early Spring and R. Sutton will serve as com Iis Iic
Valentine's Day tea was given by Mrs.J at College Heights Church and a written
Milton Murray at Lake Morton Apartments report in the high school paper. It was a mentator. Door prizes are to ot
J1 for her guests, Dr and Mrs J W. Doolittleof working trip, preceded by the requirementthat be awarded. oI'
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Macon, Ca On the table, decorated In the boys and girls write a research paperon Proceeds are to be used to
rose-red camellias and Valentines, one of the the United Nations replenish the Sorosis Club's C

dishes held a pecan confection In New York and Washington they had t Lending Closet This continuing h

from trees in the Doo- discussions with officials about the workingsof project orJ the club provides I h
little's yard in Macon the world body and about the U. S. gov such items as wheelchairs a
Until his
recent retirement t s ernment. V
Dr. Doolittle hospital beds, crutches .
was on the One discovery looms large and clear for tl
//1 1&l faculty of Mercer UniversityIn walker and other sickroom p
Diane. She said, "Before the trip I thought
Macon It was there that ';I d d equipment t. available oa 2's
of the UN as a building Now it has come
Mrs Murray formerly taught to life for me." loan to Individuals Upon recommendation p
a nutrition course for student a
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by physicians.Modeling
nurses -fr -trShe's b
l I At the tea, while other 1 t in the fashion re- e
View are members of the So-
guests listened eagerly, Mrs. Map-Maker a
scale and Junior Sorosis Clubs
Doolittle and Mrs Caxton
MRS. MYERS and several children I I and
Doggett carried ani- Mrs Dubbelde Is IIII
on an Holger a mapmakerwith grandchildren of club mem
mated travelog-dialog about Mexico. Both the official title of cartographer with the bers. IItI
have traveled there. In recent years The Doolittles Aeronautical Chart and Information Center
planned their trip around arts and U. S. Air Force In St Louis But now on her Special guest models are 1r\
Mrs Erwin Spears, presidentof
crafts, and took lessons In weaving. While 22nd visit In Lakeland, she Is concerned with
the Woman's Club and
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none of Dr. Doolittle' rugs were" available, only one aspect..of Polk County's map.-the location Mrs Mildred Bird.
his wife did produce-on request-a red.and- of lakes and phosphate pits for a dally
1 1a grey handbag which she wove In Mexico. fishing trip. -' Senior club members taking IIf
part Include Mrs: Clyde Harvey IIi.1I'
She and her .husband\ are visiting her Mrs Jack Darracott I'a
mother. Mrs. Edgar G. Leighty on East Patter. Mrs. C. C. Heinzmann, Mrs. I'a
UN 'Comes To Life' -"Snn4tretrTha>r began coming here for vacations Norman E. Garvey Mrs. Pey

I Diane Lashley had the honor (and the 18 years ago after Mrs.' Leighty movedto .j ton C. Montgomery, Mrs Arthur
a I I work that goes along with It) of represent. Lakeland, "But We came twice in some M. Pickard, Mrs Guy d\
leg the Methodist Youth Fellowship of College years, ao it adds up to 22 trips," Mrs Dub Knight Mrs. Charles B. Hells d j

Heights Church on a recent trip to the United belde explained. n y; Mrs George B. Merrill Mrs. I
Nations headquarters in New York and to Mr. Dubbelde,. who Ii an engineer in construction Sidney L, Patrick. Mrs JohnH. t
Washington. The group of young Methodist work manages to take his vacationIn : Caldwell and Mrs. George.
leaders from all sections of Florida made the winter, along with his wife "And we've Influenced :M. Schmid. f
trip by plane from Jacksonville. several couples from the St. Louis ry Junior Club models are Mrs I
look Mom!lKleensI t Diane who is a senior at Lakeland High area to come down to fish with us, this season Thomas Lane Mrs Robert s
72x look far Spring'64. School and editor of The Bagpipe is now ," she said.' They'll be coming at Intervals Postle and Mrs Edward
busily trying to condense her swarming Im- during the Dubbeldes' three-week visit. Moore. It Ir
tlncn-yrayoncoat that fetes ; 4' Showing fashions from the

txMHieck on tho dress skxntcs of of And Us own Susan Marsh/ Fort Meade Pianist, L: Sharon children's Springer department Jane will Marie be ',1}

; Springer Cindy Johnson, San
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Triacetate Joscy stripes.Toast dra Jayne Schmid Dean HoiUs tY
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over toast and whftaj socks er 4 and Bobby Postle. J
In Young Artists Concert TuesdayA A spring motif is to be usedin I
led and wbR*btockwcr Mack decorating the stage and \
''I luncheon tables and through.
end white.J young pianist, student of She has appeared in Ridge Future Farmers of America out the clubrooms. Mrs. Eu. tI
Piano Sweetheart 1963-64 sub-dis SPRING STYLES will\ be featured the Sorosis Club
j Music Teachers Multiple ; at Style
Mrs. Thomas B. Hyman of gene Mader Is general chair
Suet 7 to'S. '10 to '18
featured in Recital., Ridge Music trict FFA Sweetheart (1963) how and luncheon Thursday at 12:30: p.m. at the clubhouse. man for the show. .
will\ be
$29.98 Bartow, Teachers Student Recitals, and and accompanist for the Fort Shown In styles they will\ wear in the show are Mrs. George Tomorrow Is the final day
another of the winter concertsto was winner of District 8 Pre- Meade High School Glee Club. Merrill and Sandra Schmid, six-year-old granddaughter of for making luncheon
reserva .1
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It- be heard at 8 pm. Tues College Auditions in 1963. She will play the following Mrs George S. Schmid, co-chairman of the show (Ledger tions. Tickets may be obtained .
e FNI Chue.a day In the Lonnell Incorporated Her accomplishments Include program: "Sicillano" (Bach), photo-Perkins) from any club member.
l.y.w.r showroom 500 S. Florida "Sonata" Scarlatti
"Sonataop.
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Organist
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14 No 1" Beethoven
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R.Charaa ty SS/y artists of the'area, is Methodist Church; accompanist
young "La plus qUI lente" (Debussy
111-113 E. MAIN 'r4iets '0 sponsored by Lonnell. for baccalaureate (1961. ); "Dr. Cradus Ad Parties- AT THE CHURCHES I I
The student Is Miss Susan
1962); head usher for baccalaureate sum" (Debussy); "Rigandon" ..
Marsh, daughter of Mr. It Mrs.Carlton - -.- - -
No. 1 studentin
DOWNTOWN LAKELAND (1963); (MacDowell); "Novellette ---I
Marsh 424 N. Oak sophomore class (1963); (MacDowell), "Rosemary" ALL SAINTS' Leap year parties will beheld the Junior.choir under;the direction
Ave., Fort Meade. member Fort Meade High '(Bridges); "Pageant" (La for at First Baptist Church of Mrs.,Francis Breg-
THE KIND OF MANYOU'D Miss Marsh has received School Band; majorette (1962- Montalne); and "Parade" Program the concert by for the intermediates and ler. t
five superior ratings the Gold Robert 0, Parrett at All Saints'
63); head majorette (19C3-65); (Siegmeister). young people of the church.
WANT IN YOUR OFFICE WILL BE READING Certificate and the Gold Cup solo flutist in 1962 and first The public Is Invited to at. Episcopal Church this after The intermediates will meetin FIRST FREE METHODIST

THE LEDGER WANT ADS TOMORROW PLACE YOUR Award while appearing In numerous flutist in 1963 in the County tend the concert. No admission noon at 4 o'clock will be as the fellowship hall at 7:30: Dr. D. D. Gibbons, executive
Music
Federation of
OFFER WHERE HE'LL SEE IT CALL MU 6-1151 NOW Club Junior Music Festivals. Music Festibal; Fort Meade Is charted. follows: p.m. Friday Intermediatesfrom chairmen of the Prohibi
Webster Avenue Baptist National Committee will I
--- ---- "Suite for a Musical Clock" tion
+ Church will be The Ij
m guests. speak at the Temperance Crusade
(Haydn), "Meditation on a j
social be
people's will
young Rally for Polk County
i +qya.J4'a Moravian Hymn" (Elmore). held Saturday at the came tomorrow at 7:30 p.m, atFirstTree I l
\"t-\\\ 1 'Otfertolre" (Dandrieu), time, with ,Soulhslde Baptist 'Methodist Church .
.!" 1 "Pastorale" (Franck) and Church young people as Reports will be given by
V "Prelude and Fugue In C" guests, 'the following* 'M.... E. W.
r (Bach). ST. PAUL LUTHERAN Kester and Mrs. Fred S. Cachet .
CAMERA SHOP SPECIALSNEW ,yes y,9 Lenten services will continue Woman's Christian Temperance

r Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at Union; and Mrs.
St Mary's chapter of Episcopal St. Paul Lutheran Church. Dana Coe and the Rev. P. E.
Churchwomen of All Music will be furnished( by Puckett youth groups.
Saints' Church will meet tomorrow
S at noon In the church \
I i n lounge. A discussion on "Doc CONFORMISTS
: 9S ri 9 'aa trine of Love" will be held.
*::1 18 ';; .; Those
attending are to bring 1
J,I 1L __ ___ a sandwich Dessert and coffee by Janet Henry

will be served by Mrs. ,
Movie .e F Pritchett Dunavant and Mrs.
Grover Williamson.

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Zoom Movie Camera Instamatic 100 Outfit MISS SUSAN MARSH ship A study hall. on the book "Apo-

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Compare at D. Risk and Mrs Allan kr
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Lake Wales Garden Club LAKELAND LEDGER:,.

Florida Presbyterian I Circles Slate Meetings

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MARSHA LAKE WALEs- Bf ROBERT are so full of stories that we 1
circles will meet here as follows flower
workshop on arranging
Campus Correspondent may never hear the end of
them : ROSE. Tuesday (:30 a,m,
ST; PETERSBURG We tMeek In Air AZALEA tomorrow at 10 with Mrs Robert Combs Pro
have just witnessed md We just heard the Bach ',m, with Mrs I. S. Smith at gram. "Talent Scouts" Arrangements < ..rid
survived a most amazing Aria Group (which includes the Circle F. Ranch Workshop by Mrs. Clinton
opeiv houM Last Sunday on flower arranging, directed
Eileen Farrell and Jan Pe- : Curtis Mrs Jim Kenney Mrs i NIA
Presbyterian College openedIts by Mrs Neat Conner. Harvey Stembrldge
erce) and are waiting for
doors to the Houston Symphony, one DOGWOOD tomorrow at :I GARDEN CLUB OF INDIAN
25,000 visit Heartwarming good
of the highlight of the Artist p.m., Flower Power Home LAKE ESTATES, tomorrow at2pm
or.! We had .Lecture Series The choirIs Service Center, O. R. Evers ., ILE club house Program manners: Invite a new

had no Idea practicing for its own concert r;; \' <.:' ... of Even Flower Farm will on braille "A Contribution comer in the neighbor-
howwmany speak on "What's New In Annuals to the Happiness of Blind
tour which will take Christmas -
were coming ," Mrs T C, hood to spend
Hostesses
them as far as North Carolina Gardeners, by Mrs Carl P.
We had been Tales Rathke la Polk r Jackson Mrs A. L. Gilbert Scholler. Mrs. Malcolm W. with you.
told to expect County' lone representativein and Mrs H. O. Kites Pemberton and Mrs Frank R.
between HIBISCUS, tomorrow at 2:30: Kllskey
the choir.
200 and 10,000 p,m., with Mrs. Jack Cuttle.
The Sunshine City has been
people. The Program on flower show arrangements
suffering terrible weather
actual number by Mrs. Robert
lately Tuesday winds got up Estes
surpass111ARSFiA to 60 miles an hour and a
ed even the JASMINE. Tuesday S p.m..
wildest dreams of the administration large number of students with Mrs. W. C. Spake. MrsTeenAgers .
(your correspondent Included -
) soaked in sudden
were a
While the dorms were open
many of the students took downpour while they werecoming ,
back from lecture.
the opportunity to visit other a 01\
It has been cold and blustery : '-.
houses. Lucia StrawbrMgt'sroom Here's BeautyCheck
; It even snowed one
made quite a splash
day| Whenever It rains the
with lu Lucia, '
orange rug
campus becomes soggy and ListNEW
a freshman lives Just a floor .
the studenu boast of our"lakefront" .
above Barbara Curls also a 'V
frtshman Barbaras room property. Other YORK (NEA) The
it Oriental In style complete than that things are going J, teen.age girl who drags her
with temple bells. and sandalwood well feet In the grooming department
incense. In the next .', deserves her woe-begone

house live your correspondent South Florida appearance
and Enid Forsley next A leading beauty expert
door to each other so the points out that all a girl needsis
Lakeland crowd Is still close BaptisfGAMeeting an average face and figure .7/I rt&a. &
together to'work with. Perfection Is

Has Pretty View Set for the fairy tale set. .
Dave Robertson, a senior u il Close regular attention to
from Lakeland, has one wall Girls' Auxiliaries In South your clothes, hairdo and j
taken up with an elaborate Florida Baptist Associationwill make.up puts you In the race
stereo set George Haseman study the home mission with the school raving beauty
David Hemitreet, and Bill study books in classes to beheld It Is possible that her
Herbert all live near each Saturday at First Baptist adept use of beauty tricks
other George has one of Church from 10 a m.. until creates her glamorous air If /
',the finest views on campus; 1:30: p.m. ,.w4r ,. rr she can do this, why not you? Btrnfct lies

his room overlooks Boca Cle- Mrs R. H. Amldon Woman ". Check List 'fwif Mfvr*.**
ga Bay and the Sunshine Skyway 'a Missionary' Union president ,' '" ; Here Is a brief check list of frsm New Yerlt.Ceme .
In the distance of the ,association and v. some areas that need constant
We celebrated Valentine'i Mr*. H. R. Peaslee associational attention Once you eliminate ie
bay with funny cards and a Girls' Auxiliary director certain sloppy habits and ell ffcafiNtw.
Valentine's Day aeml.formal have announced that Mrs. LakeancA City Of Beauty15th adopt the neat ones as routine .
dance The dance was' held Charles Lawhon missionaryto you will notice a specialglow
.at the Holiday Inn and was the Philippines, will teach that comes from a new
one of the most successful the junior book, "James Robb In A Series self-assurance.
dances we have had all year Pioneer and Mrs W. S. Hoi- Do you wear the same spot o
The girls now look forward ton of Fort Meade will teach Voted "Miss Dimples" at Andrew Jackson High School In Jacksonville ted sweater and unpressedskirt w
to the spring formal which the Intermediate book. "The Miss Marsha Kane Is now a pretty addition to the Florida South. several days In a row?
will come just before spring Gracious Adventurers" em College campus, where she is a freshman. She plans to major In" Are your nails clean and ,
vacation (March 26). Girls and counselors from all medical technology. At the college she has been voted "BestDressed"In trimmed i to an attractive
The London group arrived churches in the association are Allan Spivey Hall and Is a Kappa Delta sorority pledge Marsha is length?
back home Jan. 31 sporting expected to attend Those attending the IS-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. J. Kane of Jacksonville. Have you recently experimented )
Beatle haircuts high boot are to bring a sack At Andrew Jackson, Marsha was chosen "best all-around," "Miss to find a more flattering j

and British accents They lunch.. Drinks will- be provided. Andrew Jackson' and secretary of the senior class She was also a hairdo? and act
- Do you shampoo
cheerleader. your hair at least once a week

-more often If it is oily? Sizes 10t t 18

.. Do you keep your shoes
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shined and In good repair?

Those are just a few grooming A confection In Imported Irish linen
I Ura-Levine Ideas where many teenagers
I DavenportMr go astray. The result is 40/Rayon 60% Owen Vidal takes a

a downbeat look.
and Mrs William If you feel dOle attention slim sheath, creates a long-line illusion
I Walmsley had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs Nathan Ura,
narcissistic
Ij to the mirror Is too with slot.seam down center front A
j his brother-In.law and sister 2207 Hawthorne Trail, have ,.you'II find even a psychiatrist a
Mr. and Mrs Edwin Lowden announced the engagement of will tell you that it Is tiny edging In matching color outlinesthe
' SHORTHAND in 6 WEEKSSpeedwating of Bridgeton N,J. The Low- their daughter Edith Sharlene healthy to take an honest interest
dens are touring the lower in yourself ) yoke and is repeated on the peg
East Coast and will visit the to Gerry Levine of Miami According to experts, a girl
L : SRBS: :: $/ Walmsleys again on their way Beach son of Mrs. Hannah who refuses to do anything pockets. w
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, :r./-Ml.n: : north. Levine of Hialeah about her appearance represents -
awin Visitors The couple will exchange one of two extremesShe : :
Ne s"....tymko/i,Ne Me..'"" U... Says catostiwMSaA g"'t. Mrs. Alice GrislY of New vows on June 21 is defiantly showing her

TYPING AVAILABLE Port Richey recently was a Miss Ura Is a 1955 graduateof dislike for the world by de-
i ), guest of Mrs Mildred Simpson Lakeland High School. She liberately trying! to be as unattractive Le4m&
'. < 7.rT# h'. 10 easy t. loam SPEEDauMU of Gray Inn They are was graduated in 1959 with a as possible or she
J .. WRITING Shorthand..end members of St. Stephen B.S. in nursing from Florida is showing her dislike of herself
tttp cut of a dull routine job without a future State University, The bride- by abjectly refusing to do
Lakeland
Church in New Port Richey 231 S. Florida Ave. :
, Into the higher-paying position yeu'v. where the Rev. Charles Whiteis electis: doing private duty anything to enhance her f mU :
I elwoys wanted.In only I weeki you can been rector. The Rev, Mr, White nursing In Miami. She lives ninity.
the|lob In your choke glamour" petition in Miami Beach.A .
I -TV Fashion, ate.-wllh.SPEEDWRITING "AI... ..,..."....- was a former chaplain of 1955 graduate of Philadelphia
the Ale Shorthand even M prevloutlurx yfrX"u' "kl'l"" Gray Inn High School Mr, Levinewas
euecettful with symbol" .,.,.",.. Used every .i.n..l |1..., we Mrs. J. Fred Durden has in the U. S. Army from
where. 700000 graduate have proved It. ts.''-iVlV0w iV! returned to Tallahassee with 196082. He expects to receivean
You can, tool I MO.New w. K... her sister, Mrs S. C. Banks education degree In June k gpN
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FREE NATIONWIDE.LIFETIME PRIVILEGES TMI Roger Judy. USN has '
a ,... ........u> a Me Tremferrr arrived to visit his parents ,
tarl.yl.nts.rY,.. Ph.'"MU 6.9856 Police Chief and Mrs Bethel
Available In iIIS..tlw''' | ..h....I la 44J C{ties Judy He recently completed
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LAKELAND BUSINESS London Conn. Following his

401 W. Peachtree St. on Lake Wire leave here he will fly to Pearl N,

Lakeland, Florida Harbor where he will be stationed The engagement of Miss

." Mary Elizabeth Cook to Ronald Just Arrived! ,
Futch ion of Mr and
:'\ Mrs Aaron C. Futch of Plant .

City hat been announced by

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compare Is one of the number one med. crinkling the skin about the

sale! 81 sale! 3.99 facial ical topics gymnastics today. can However make eyes animated.in a half wink when


you or ruin : out I Some make All of these are sad rather
Your choice of change Plastic coif, potent and marsh.
purses, you look younger and some than glad .habits which are

cosmetic cases, clutches fab mallow In new spring styles and age you rapidly in appearance.In easy to slip into and shouldbe

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youthful women I have known
I realizing that they are do- who were middle age and older

Ing so. When thinking some had used them for many
thing over or making a decision
lubricating -
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exercises.
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Frowns Make Wrinkles the left corner of your mouth
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up toward your left ear as far
pulls the corners of her mouth
as ybu can-not with your finger .
t down or allows It to happen i
but with your facial muse
because of or
discouragement cles. Hold for a few moments

tension. This really produces and return to normal. Do this
those to chin lines In
nose slowly. Do the same with the
quick time There is the per
right corner of your mouth
son who frowns many timesa

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.. l I. rr LAKELAND LODGER Sunday Feb. 23. 1K4_ ire,

Fire Girls To Be Hostesses Who's //-or Instant Bother:' DONT OVERDRESS CURTAIN DRYING TIP

I It you're not sure about now To keep curtains from drying

Newspaper Enterprise .41.... after meats. are things worth saving, things dressy an occasion Is to be, unevenly, hang them from the I
underdrew. You'll be a lot safer selvage edge or top hem. Use
The
To Officials Of United FundCamp It's also bound to occur to
To hear the horn economists her that eating on homemade that are built to give long and than If you show up In finery regular or spring-type clothsplns,
tell it. by 1982 homemaking dependable service and stand glory closely spaced.
lonenJ'our
dishes Instead of setting a ..__
Fire Girls will be part in making the invitations ant are Mrs. Clayton Logan it going to be a real prttty table with gleaming

hostesses Tuesday morning at planning the picnic and Mrs. Frank Trovllllon. nap. silver, beautiful china and
1:30: o'clock to the directors lunch and the day'a program The girls will be accompaniedby At a'recent confab on mod sparkling crystal Is going to t
of the agencies and officials In addition to their guardian Mrs. S. W, Llplnskl. eroding homemaking Ideas, It be rather dull and dreary.As .
of the United Fund. Mrs Joe Mayo they will be Te Visit Industry was prophesied that In the for those clothes you MAX fACTOR
accompanied by Mr and future a housewife will not be wear once and throw away-- 1'I
Regular monthly meetings Mrs. D. W. Brown Mrs. O Da Konya Ta Wan Ka concerned with dishwashing who Is going to shop for them I) t i
are held for the purpose of Charles McDIIda, Mrs. Neil Camp Fire Girls of John Cox (the'll just throw away theplastic and haul them home Fashion goes out for
the United Fund directors becoming Hunt. Mrs. Harold Miles and and North Lakeland Elementary dishes turned \ltf.mlly' by I.SldewalkCafdslPtnk
better acquaintedwith Mrs. Boyd Anderson. Schools will Visit the her home-molding set). The And Just the business of getting I I I Caff a await Spring
rid of used
much
the work and services so material
Lotawa Florida Tile Industries
Camp Fire Girls on
of clothing will be madeof .
all the United Fund day would seem pink spiced with toffee.
of agencies Ume Street School whose Wednesday afternoon Hugh every ,. I
Inexpensive competition
NI
paper
and to discuss how to present a problem. Cafe Lalt color
they guardian Is Mrs. Ray Delk. Kemp will be their host and and will be tossed Into the l an a
can better serve the com will meet Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J. E. Roberts and Mrs. Incinerator, along with the What today' housewife that'shalfricheoffeeandJialf
munity. In the home of Mr,. Billy J. N. Medlin are their guard dirty dishes, once worn. needs are things that last Ii sweat cream. Slim
Camp Fire Girls assisted in Williams They will have as ians. While the home economUti longer-not things that serve Fine Lint lipstick,$f.b0(
keeping the administrative their guest, Mrs. Ban to" Mrs. Warren W. Willis and and home builders are dreamIng for only one meal or one I orlit-SocIetyreAU.fUO
cot low In the United Fund Doak, who will give them Instruction the Ta lo kwa Junior HI of the day of throwaway wearing off b }6
drive by helping in assembling In paper handcrafu Camp Fire Girls, whose housekeeping, the practicalminded We're Ured of throwing U I In delectably decoratedsliistthis
and packing kits to be Mrs. Doak did her graduate guardians are Mrs. John homemaker Isn't likely things away. What we want side of I11 new easesj matching
used by _volunteer workers.Can work in industrial arts at Mitchell and Mrs. Don Hem. to get her hope too high. rrgutarNailSstin.70.
Peabody College. street will meet Tuesday aft- She is bound to wonder If BACK IN..PICTUREThe
Outings Planned ernoon at the clubhouse with making dishes three times a fringed wool stole I I. backIn
fourth grade Camp Fire day or even making a week' the fashion picture. It Is often
Perky Blue Birds!of Com Girls They will 1 have a songfest supply at one time Is going seen In a triangular shape in
bee School will go to Tampa and learn new Camp to be a whole lot less trouble plaid and Is a wonderful accessory -
tomorrow afternoon 'and will Fire and ceremonial songs. than loading a dishwasher for a wool dress
be on the "Uncle Bruce

V Show.. They will be accompanied SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND
by their leaders, Mrs.
Margaret Bland, Mrs. Dora
thy Hennecy and M.... Opal
Blalock.
Gay Blue Birds of Cleveland
Court School whose leader is
te ya tin sa Camp Mrs C F, Bean will go roller
Fire Girls of Cleveland Court skating tomorrow afternoon
School are going to Bok Tow with the Ninamaochie W
er Saturday. Each girl, who Camp Fire Girls of Cleveland
.will Invite a guest will take Court School. Their guard-


I Girl Scouts To Attend


Songfest At Bok TowerBust


transportation to the at 10'a.m at the home of Mrs.
Bok Tower Festival celebrating Jack Wellington for a discussion hv. "wY
the beginning of Girl Scout of the cookie sale Girl special price ( "t ,, I xperlal piirc/m.1EMBA'

Week and offering troops an Scout Week, the Cadette Con +' ,, +
opportunity to make their contributions ference and other spring A
to the Juliette Low events. Mink Stoles new spring shapes

World Friendship Fund, will Training Program
be arranged at 90 cents per Senior program aide trainIng :180- in fine sewn straw
girl or adult. Reservations and will be continued In Bar-
money will have to be In to tow at the Girl Scout Little .
each school's troop organizerfive League House from 7:30: to We offer this special price because regularly 10.95 and 12.95

days In advance of Bok 9:30: p.m. Wednesday. This our maker bought prime skins at s x "
Tower Day, March 8. A songfest will be the third session. The 3i r sale! 7.88
,; Involving over 2,000 Girl last two sessions will be March: advantageous: times and naturally +
Scouts la planned. 4 and 11.Training. we wont to pass these savings on ,' ;
This week, the Sabal Neighborhood for trainers of lead to you! Select your wonderfully I i 1x hew Mkt If you've a high sense of fashion
In Wauchula will meet en will be conducted In Lake '' and the good sense to cord<
versatile little stole from "Mom-
land all day Thursday at the ; ner a fashion buy when you
Italians Girl Scout House on Parkview Ing Light", "Orchid Autumn + f see one, come to Macs Broth.

Place. Trainers will be Mrs. Hoxe", "Aeolian", "Tau rma Ii", ers now we've |lust unpacked
H. B. Bell and Mrs George and "Autumn Haze Quotes denote r I i a great group of Spring

Bring Back Costello. natural EMBA minks Fur ," + tf Straws (the Milan-like kindSpring's -
Songfest smartest! In
Lake Neighborhood girls products labeled to show country young
The BosomBy t : shapes and marvelous treatments
Brownies, Juniors and Senior, of origin of Imported furs. 'EMBA, ) /
and wait 'til you seethe
will meet from 7-8.30 p.m..
TM EMBA Mink Breeders Associa '
LOUISE HICKMAN Friday for a campfire and r d ) colors) mmm, they II
nsoclated Press Fashion Writer songfest practice for Bok Tower lion 4-l plus 10* Fed Taw C'off, + go fast so do come soon.
t
u ROME tn Italian fashion songs. Senior Scouts from >.
v designers are bringing back Troop 237 will lead the sing Mae Fur Salon \ Maas' Millinery 'Salon

the bosom and the natural ing. Mrs. Paul Kaufman Is ,Latte
waistline In their spring showngs neighborhood chairman, and
which begin tomorrow. Mrs. Fnd Guess and Mrs.
The showings will run for 10days Frank Beck are troop organix-
this week In Rome. be-
a tinning( Jan. 19 In Florence. en.The second sudsy session ofa
> Caroaa. commenting on new leaders-indralning course for
merest In the woman who Senior Scouts above the sophomore
rears fashion's creations, year will be held at the
acid: Heart of Florida Girl Scout
"We're completely back to Council office on Saturday,
'the waistline" from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Instructors revlon petite compactformerly
Galitxine'a word was: "The will be Mrs. Gloria Mon
look Ir more feminine, exqulsitely teverdl and Miss Danl Negri,
| so." district advisers from Clrr-
LancetI. winner of the Ital- mont and Ocala 2.50
flan Fashion Crltlca' AwardS
for his collection of last sea- UNT DISPERSER

son, said: Corduroys and blue jeans often sale! 1.50'
"Until now we sought to collect lint during the wash-
}flatten the bosom. But now it Ing. You can avoid this annoyance
I will be in evidence"The by adding half a cup of
1 Lancettl look will be vinegar to the wash water. 'lstw w Discontinued from the regular line of Revlon
clean lined and "sportive"sportly. '
It will be marked at r'p
the waist but not tight. Cnlllnntil 1 w i4' Compacts. A best seller at 250. Your

Shoulders will be cut or
padded for a wider look. choice) of shades
Though Lancettl Is allowing a ffonie Maker

bosom even emphasizing it, w
hips will stilt be narrow. I I r NICK SPA6NOLA i-::
Searching for a more vivid

description of his new silhouette How Much Does It Cost
he said it reminded him ._
of the costumes In "Gone To Furnish A Home?
with the Wind"- the men's
costumes.
Valentino will give great t A study was
altest altest facial tissue
Importance to the shape of mod by o notional bubbling
shoulders. Soft but greatly exaggerated t S ogtncy beat t +
width In his July year, and It bath oil specially priced
thowed that the
13! collection met with mixed w average Comity's specially< pricedsale sale!
reactions, but h e' t going spends 20% of
ahead a 4 the cost of their nllc- sM' 5 boxes 1.00

It will all be In the cut with .' horn for fumi. FOAMIN 48 box case 8.99
no padding. Valentino bodices ture I In other An old favorite that bubble bathes
and small, In a words;, the overage re Our best selling, superior quality
will be close $20,000 your way to satin smooth skin and -
marked contrast to Important e horn Cate about wonderful relaxation Unbreakable -r'1U"I"Af: T1 facial tissue, packed In decorator

shoulders and sleeves. 5.11t01. $4.000 to fum.lih. plastic bottle In decorator colors of blue box.
Advance talk at Galiulne This overage
and Forquet is with the hands: Include not only' furniture but pink, green, lilac or gold.

a compressing motion againstthe floor coverings, draperies' and "insolent" toilet water
upper rib cage, just under clecrrlcol opplioncM., altest toilet
the arms. "Very small here," Of count, many families go soap formerly 2.00
says Forquet but from that this and regulorly 1.49
way beyond average,
sale! 1.00'C1
flares out. Round -
point it
many ors obliged ta spend a lot sale! 1.19-
oval.
flares
not
Carosa. while noting an all- lets. Actually the amount of t-t' "Insolent" a refreshing new
)
will ( 5 Bar lox 1
spend never
money you
out return of the waistline, fragrance by Millor. Packaged
take lire place of good taste. A smooth textured free lathering Ail
adds that sometimes It returns and sealed in France. Wonderful 1
only In the front. Fontana We have all seen homes complexion soap mode extra mild ,s? opportunity to stock up now at thiswith
highlights the waistline which were furnished for $1,- cosmetic type lanolin, a superfine ...r special price
too, and says It will be raisedin 500 and done more attractively quality product. 0,7
front and natural In back. and imaginatively' than others .
De Luca Is going for a on which two or three times girt yoursnir sscu'altest
sweater look, with high-waist as much was spent. That'swhere special formula
effects achieved. by complex. a reliable furniture dealer vitality strength
'._aten' will hair
seaming His who employs good salesmen-" spray
skim the body, stop at the hip.in decorators can be of great help. regularly 1.50 ____ altest lanolin shampoo
There la a hint of empire
descriptions W. 'Invite you to come In special price
many of these preshowing sale 99c
but closer questioning end take advantage of our free 6ie
invariably brings a response decorator server W. eon help A fine clear spray containing lono.
of "yes but not really., you select the furniture that Holds hair( but
lin. softly, firmly Full pint of lanolin. rich I shampoo
More definite are the state- will be both comfortable and conditioning hair at It holds. '." that gives rich, heavy lather In
color. Nobody attractive In home whether .
on your
menu
Contains no lacquer, not sticky or hardest water
picks owe single color as the you or* working with 0 big
flaky, but soft to the touch Lightly i. ,
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1 Religious Groups' CalendaroAVlV' Florida State University r University 01 South !Florida, r


By CAROLYN ROBERTCampus Florence and Alhona The Columbla By CEUA WILLIS graduate program In elementary

pip VlclP FIRST FRIISVTIHIAN. Cawaini ; Correspondent Broadcasting Com Campus Correspondent education will begin this
oJi "" TH. Lltr tor m
COUNTS- "* "R'MaL"T ,", Cub FlKlt T\ TALIAHASSEE Florida pany, which has featured the W'lth .June M
rjB record-
rtiool Met Buno-nr >l aID. l IUI1lh..d TAMPA a
worthln NL 3 amlrM pm at rvrrr In.ood second Bnptltt SunJUr r\f.'I: \ ,, ,jWKDNISDAV State University's Collegians, unique troupe on Sports Spec breaking vote of 865 to 661, Prof. Edgar W. Kopp has

Churchoorner; Avenue M end 34th APOSTOLIC OI'.LI SCHOOL 1* 1 men's glee club, will leave tacular the past two years, of South Florida' been named dean of the new
.n >,llo hour I University Pro
MpmariM blvd l nuui luuu alI College of Engineering.
a'l HI follow orhln p.rrvlce Tuesday for Its ann ul Spring has guaranteed to underwritecosts student elected Dub Ashford
,
FIRST pucfmvTcniAN, nulartroinmunloiu CHRISTIAN UIINHt MSNCommiTTlt fi fessor Kopp Is presently as
with scheduled of the trip to 145,000.Circus ,
cliu for 'lunlori U S noon ti Cm) HM.UUIBltte tour concerts up as new president of the student -
B m IB rh"'rh parlor Weekend March 1 slitant dean of academia af.
CHMKTIAM' SINOINO' CONVIN M/AITM long the east association
LUT0LRAN 1,001.0 MrvloI7M .
TION i .w p m al riiKi Mtuiontrr' ; ram.lcT. coast of The two-hour show of acts last Wednesday i\, fairs at the University of ilor
Bmiilfcl, Church in Auhi '...J... PastarTIRIA / a
Ida He was an engineer and
'T. r AOL ,LUTHIHAN church inlormmun alpu l 7 KI i in inST t :!; Ida from matches most productions of a Total 1.
CIM for .nulu >l 4 p in PAUL LUTHIRAN, L plant supervisor for Ford Motor
CuWCITMINLTbS;) u Ml 7 10 pm : ."""* an I. mTHun. Beach to professional circus, with unicycle votes cast
PKItnTTiHUNBrniir .."" Company for seven year
iiitn youth PYlmunhlp mrc.lft caper' LUTHU'*'''. ao ""0'tw ami, tumbling, rollerskaling came to an un .
horn of Mr and Mr> Bdwln C 7/1 mMU o. 7 30 n M .f 26-:8. and other acts on the ground; !before joining the U. of F
nOI nd'. 1-
Vot : : precedented ,
r rh aid pionram Hall. II I In 1955 assistant
r'''ITH ,LUrHtMAN rNIDAr, HO"'I'' and faculty as
ol1..r..llon.un. The glee with many clowns pretty
.1.I Bi.. l Ulcr 10 JO am rent ,
tar M 7 10 p m M Norm U.v...npTRSTWVl c I II will sing girls; and with many spectacu go toi
MONDAY (
.APO/TOLIC IPLI (rand IIVTtRIAN' PIlMri.rommunlc by '. : lar acts from the flying trapeze Bob and those glneering
.4 0 0 :" II =O'Jr.1141rube. S .ni g were
allrnerlel Pl.1wa.TMINITR' 3 30 p m In chinch pirlarSATURDAY I\\ JIuIIIj with characters from Shakes:
PNtPYTIRIAN. and circus' flyers, Adrian Catarzl elected toil
MOB t Council of Wnlmlnilrr will OH It. S T LUTHIRAN WtlUl'tLMIUI peire and Mickey Spillane
bo boots of Fir.I Prnbrurmn Social a. ONly park it 1 JO 1 and the of Sarasota, last summer became serve with him. .
ChurchT07 ST. PAUL pm M ning number! of the 13th performer In all USF's' Campus novel. among the leading actors
nine dL told bungurt"u:1: ';e'SoChurrh rll fwmbiprd wiui l,iil OOP I IHMinen CAROLYN CELIA was presented Friday
the Collegians' circus history to do the triple Edition In
Mm t all don miontl mcriliu .
\I FIRIT .P013UVYISIAN. 11I'0 01 it DrUlwood c Jei rla lu IP.lerobu" k 01 composition contest will be somersault All interested nationwide competition, has George Latshaw and his famous It f
dinner e 45 show "Hand inGlove"
cal puppet
Si fpllowtjiln .Tk"b r I <- premiered; The program will alumni and parents of students received a first class rating foruthe
CNIIIT'11' UUTMiBAN n> gutldlTcnool FLOOR-LENGTH SHIRT close with some Broadwayshow might remember that the an from the Associated Collegiate were recently fea t
staff mrrtlnat. i p m a l lured on the premiere program for t
home of Bill Jiixtlcv tunes especially ar nual Clrcua-Family Weekend, Press. The award Is based on
of NBC-TV'i "The Great
TDELDArAPOSTOLIC MieLK, SCHOOL 1333C A new, slightly shaped shirt ranged for the group Participating during which the outstanding critical analysis of last trio theaCo

MemorlM Ilvd. nmiil ..... 01 buttons from the shoulderdown in the singing jaunt will group will perform, starts mester's papers. This was the Quillow

A COMMUNITY om PIP( CLAtS. 710 the side to the floor At be Jcre Forty the and BenGodfrey March 6.Fashion. first time the Campus Edition Scholarship Sale the e
f m. U horn of Mrt H.lllf Mlllir92R the hemline the dress bunts stag,
: A .TohnM of Auburndale and Day at FSU cele entered \the national competition Funds for scholarships will
..V.NTH.D'" "Dv..TlaT. LM into black and white checked Sach
*
of Lakeland. brated i Its 10th anniversary last
ha!. oclctr, :10 a m. il "24't N' Tommy llagan be the aim of the Gold Key
loon Mr Mir H r OI m, IridrrCM gingham ruffles, each tier a special app'roprla.tlon al
l T LUTHSKAN. rhlldrrn ironllrmtlon Tommy will also take part In Thursday with a gala programof A $ 30,626 scholarship sale of lost and BM.
,I... 4 pm >t VPW small, smaller, smallest set a comedy number in the pro guest lectures and the traditional for science equipmentand found Items to be held in the
H Inlormnllon tr wnet of checks 1 > O $ willty
lIuadU to pm at VFW hall __ gram. student fashion show. materials was approvedfor University Center next week

9'C Music, .Mus Ie. Music! Fashions modeled in the show USF by the State Boardof The sale will use Items collected wpros.

The active School of Music were designed and made by Control last week. The by the UC lost and

recently presented another Fashion Institute students in allotment to USF will equip found service. canAr

ICECUBES group In concert-the Sym their clothing and textile I I the new Physics Building The student association held ArW.

phonic Band under the direc courses, with models drawn presently under constructionand its second Chlnsegut Hill Retreat

/" tion of Manley R. Whitcomb. from the student association, provide other teaching of the school year yesterday E. I
MRS C. M. PALMORE Fashion Incorporated. Key materials and equipment in "Mo'Adm'
I The concert band's variety of President Allen open
tragically beautiful Prelude speakers for the 1964 were the sciences ed the program with a historyof

and Love Death from "Tris from Miami and New York Engineering College the Retreat site and was door,

First Baptist ChurchTo tram Isolde" and "Ballet for and their subjects ranged from USF plans to begin upper followed by a speech on parliamentary corn
Strelbe
division courses In the Collegeof
color coordination to advertising
Band Dr John Work.
Marching by procedure.
2 STICKING ? Fete Mrs. Pal more Bode of the FSU faculty Aa a with emphasis on fashion' Engineering could in September its, shops and a buckshot session Jlievf
1965 graduate
surprise finale the band force as an Industry In find followed later in the afternoon mini

rt launched into a delightful new the nation and particularly in first engineers as early as .
r x First Baptist Church today nearby creek. She taught version of everyone's favor. Florida. 1968. The University's first A River Rally at the USF use cons

will honor one of its oldest school for about five before riverfront
a 5 years ite, "Dixie. Polk l County property was held Th
membersMrs. C. M Palmore
her marriage. She received claimed four of the players: COLLEGE NEWS yesterday afternoon. Activities -CI
3440 S. Florida Ave she
as
observes her 95th $20 a month and paid Keith Chadwick, Lakeland Included volleyball softball "Ho'Hom

birthday $5 of that for room board clarinet; Ben Godfrey French I I, horseshoes, pushball
,
The church will
nniversery. Southern AccentBy
join with circle 3 of the Wo and laundry. horn; John Cooper, alto clarinet With A bicycling. boat rides and fishing land
A hootenanny followedthe
man's in ; and Jere Forsythe cornet day
Missionary Society
a tribute to her In the Sunday Secured Land all of Auburndale. By LINDA LEE RAY pus Named Alpha Eta, it Is supper and ended the day. fessl

bulletin. Flowers also will be Speaking of music, Florida Campus CorrespondentThe the brain child of Cap and Last week's performance of Ing
The Palmores moved to the for out. Noel Coward' "Blithe Spirit"was
Gown honorary
State University's productionof This
placed in the church for the
West Florida Milton in annual ROTC militaryball one of the finest
near Bizet's popular opera "Car standing Junior and senior campus use
Sunday services in her honor, at the Civic Center last
Mrs. Palmore who has 1906. Since the nearest Baptist men" begins this Friday. The women, both in leadership and performances. Lakelanders at. den
Just come In and well"Frijidairscondition" night was the highlight of tending the performances were
familiar "Habanera"and scholastic abilities. Alpha Eta knot
1*+" been a member of First Bap. Church was. seven miles songs Florida Southern College. This
Dave
Nicholson and
your Molly
.. the "Toreador Song" are will be for freshmen women fyinl
tist Church since she movedto away, Mrs Palmore was Instrumental all
the first that men
FREE- was Fenn and
ABSOLUTELY and
ki year Ken Frilly
trays
Lakeland 44 has included In the colorful operaof with a 3.5 or better out of 4 knot'
years ago, in land enrolled In the
In minutes! TAKgujg.Stop been for activein securing which the setting is of Seville average for their first semes Kuykendall. Is
many years and having a church built. ROTC were in. Merrily Miller of Cypress
150 The storyis ter. Among the six girls eligible (j stud
its organizations, particularly years ago. '
with hard *
struggling to get out nLW CTfetke vited to attend. Gardens is in f
P the Woman's Missionary Mr Palmore, who had beenin of Caiiuen, a Gypsy girl, for this honor is Glenda participating Jlu
cubes-cubes that shatter and ulS tff At past balls, the Intra-American Exchange
the lumber business, went of Haines Lake ? If
Society and Sunday School. who first entices Don Jose, aSpanish Bozeman City t
crack Into the turpentine business Guardsman, only the advanced J land Is represented In Cap program this trimester at the j cumbegs
bring ice trays ( kind) Circles Dues away cadets of Massachusetts Sat
Just MI your any University
In West Florida. The family from his own sweetheart and and Gown by Margaret Sharp.
end well be glad to "Frigidairecondition" At the time Mrs. Palmore continued to keep a summer then leaves him for Escamillo, were permittedto tmP' Sarah Lakeland Amherst. | lot
Laymon, ,
them in a matter of minutes! joined a WMS circle the dues home In North Carolina, near attend. Mu- aim
a flashy bullfighter. will serve on Women's Student Math Club ]
were S cents a month. In recent Hendersonville.The sic was by ab 1
.
years she has been a Palmores moved to On Dean's Lkt George Doern- Government Association's Constitution Math students met last week ; tiesThe

Yowl FRIENDLY FRIGIOAIRK DRAL"I' member of Circle 3 and presently Lakeland in 1920. Mr. Pal- The 342 top ranking freshmen er and his orchestra and by-laws commit. for an organizational meeting *

serves as its steward more died in 1954, and their during Trimester 1 were hon. from tee this semester Sarah is one. for the purpose of forming a 4 or

ship chairman. She Is a longtime son, Carlton W. Palmore, ored recently at a reception Atlanta of the day student representatives mathematics club on campus. "

member of the TEL Sun. died in 1957 Mrs. A. N. Par. given by FSU's Dean of Women Glenda Bozeman to WSGA. Ted Albert, math major from ,

Your Deafer, With Service day School class where she ish of 125 Pinellas, who Joined and Dean of Men. The students Haines City, and Eileen After completing a notable lakeland, attended the meeting .

was a group leader and did First Baptist Church with of whom the women out Willis, Lakeland, have been production of "Midsummer / '

much visiting her mother 44 years ago is numbered the men 220 to 122, elected president and social Night's Dream," the Vagabonds Television equipment equalIng -

Taggap-t Ii Mrs. Palmore was born on Mrs. Palmore's only 'luring made a grade point average chairman respectively of the will end their repertory S7J.OOO has started USP I

-- Feb 23, 1869, near Catherine child. of 3.0 (B) or above while car. Alpha Delta Pi pledge class. season this! weekend by presenting toward the operation of an of.
Lake, N. C and attended rying a full load of semester Southern opens its golf sea "The Happiest Daysof ficial closed circuit television t I

Petersoao. Wilson Collegiate Institute at MAKE-UP FOR SPRING hours. Of these students the son Friday against Rollins Col. Your Life" on Thursday, station The equipment includes j

Wilson, N. C. She became a When you select new pastel highest ranking one were tap lege at the Cleveland Heights "The Glass Menagerie" on two broadcast station G

110 Kerneywood Opposite Southgate Christian in 1889 during a revival clothing for spring, be sure to ped for membership in Alpha course On the 10.man squad is Friday and "A Doll's House" cameras, two fully transistorized clduas

in a one-room school- change the shade of your make Lambda Delta, national schol Dave Grimes of Lakeland Saturday. All performances state broadcast studio i

house and was baptized in a up as well. The proper makeup astic honorary for freshman Band ConcertFSC's are at 8 p.m. in the Fletcher cameras and a multiplexorfor they
.. : ._ _
ntrnoaaaootsol Will help enhance your appearance women, and Phi Eta Sigma, band Theater. slide and film distribution the
'xlnaraoooooooooQaoar r,1 in your light spring men's freshman honorary. reading was presented Videotape, already In Iim!
Polk has In concert at Mayhall operation concerning the red!
wardrobe County a representative
i In each: Mary Ellen Auditorium last week. The Mrs. SanfordTo math program, is an infegral and

not Enough hat water ? ,I St. David's Cooper Barry D.of Stone Auburndale of Winter and Ha. event appearance marked as a the group first of public Mrs. Speak On part Last of Sunday the TV system was a special tiona sl

Church Virginia Hennessey, violin, day for two USF students and
Episcopal ven. Wendell Water, vlolin-cello, Urban Renewal their fiances. The engagements iIIgR

145 ....wM4 Dr. Florida State Circus University'swelbknown and Prof William Spivey, pi of Cheryl Read to beg

Welcomes You may see ano. Students in the 50-piece Mrs. Sanford will
I in if George David Touchton and Cella Wil- find
I more 'of the world May,
1 get on ELECTRIC Services plans go through as hoped. If band from Lakeland include speak at the second Alabama Us to Frank Zlegele were made win

; Church 1:50 A.M.,10:45 A.M.Chur.h so, the performers will makea Thomas Hand and Chester Preservation Conference in official We hope the future riciexp.
School 9:41 ..m.Evenionf Dissinger.Prof. holds much happiness for us .
w'E 6 ,..... month-long tour of southern Spivey will give a piano Mobile March 6. Her topic will all '

0 The *... _--WolI_ PI.n.l5, European cities, putting on recital Tuesday at 8 p.m. be "Urban Renewal and His. Honors this week go to Dr. hat E
shows In Barcelona Nice
") water heater !I oQ in the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, torical Renewal In Mobile." Sidney J French. Dr. French foo

',1 Ken Harris, Lakeland real. Mrs. Sanford is the wife of Is Dean of Academic Affairs all '
c tor, will speak at the Chi Alpha and director of Institutional of
Lakeland's planning director
aB meeting Friday in the Planning and Analysis He thr.Iro.
E Baptist Student Union. Before her marriage to Mr. received his Ph.D. from Wis

a Crew members are startingto Sanford last summer, she was consin..
V a planner in the central office
themselves for the
aa @m prepare L
-' @ March of the Urban Renewal Administration
1964 which
season opens to
E a 27 at Cypress Gardens The in Washington. r Dundee I I pial
The former Mary Margaret
m N j a a the group Dad hopes Vail to Regatta earn a in place Philadelphia in Carroll of Arlington, Va., Mrs yar are

L/ Lea Knight. Lakeland, Sanford was graduated from DUNDEE Dr. Sara Jensen turl

Mach Garment is coaching the junior varsity Wake Forrest College and who has been visiting ride

aa crew team this season completed her graduate workin Mrs. Dawn frvino for the past nlu
Moth cooofd SAY city planning at the University
A new honorary fraternityhas two weeks, expects to leave not

V I Mildew/ Protected"With Specials For I been established on cam Hill of North Carolina, Chapel this Chicago.week for her home in sgt

a The conference is sponsored con
Our Mon..Tun.Wed
M-J. Andreitte is
Magnuson
'
a .
by the National Trust for Historic paI
Odorless/ Cry CUomitj 'B Feb. 24-25-26 guard Preservation, a national home after visiting. In Orlando I
i with her son-in law and daughter outout
non-profit, non governmental
Mr and Mrs. George
El them organization for the purpose of Butler, and other relatives. Re'

o u- 0 ANY SIX $ 98 promoting. historic preservation Mr. and Mrs Clifton Meyer wit

and son, Jeff, of Maitland but.

0E visited with Mrs. Meyer's parents .
don't have to wait for hot water when you have an automatic elec carefully F.N.B. a I Mr and Mrs. Audrey hoI

I.You water heater.The new quick-recovery water heater Is super-speedy E PLAIN feet m P.B.M Tomlmson. bet
Your chltd'i are precloui : .. Charll' .::::a not
Plain Recent the homeof
., automatic... safe as an electric light..easy to Install E: treoturei that needfit guests at shl
tJ: E Please and quality iheevSee Plans Mr and Mrs. Ed Rodbergwere

tJ: anywhere. E GARMENTS your doctor periodically Mrs. Rodberg's brother ml
OUT A LITTLE tUf
D: For hot water In a hurry-all you want, when you want It-see your for foot health, and sister-In-law, Mr and
Mrs. C M Lundquist of Ogden sin
ElEl
1: dealer about the wonderful quick.recovery electric water heater. ElEl Preserver th.n tee ui 11'.for the Junior hoe Arch: FURTHERSELECTION Dunes, Ind Mr and Mrs Ih
] frothl
ElEl that doctors recommend. lundquest are vacationing on

AGAIN IN FEBRUARY! ElEl 1 HOUR SERVICE Junior Arch Preserver A LITTLEBETTER the East Coast before returning grl.

meet the most exacting to Indiana

a $30.00 Installation Allowance During February When You Change ElEl MONDAY thru FRIDAY r requirement of your Mrs. Bell Butler has returned ir ap

from a Flame Type to Electric. ElEl 8:00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M. doctor prescription. PRICES A LITTLELOWER to her home In Orlando after of

E ElEl SATURDAY 8 TILL 12 NOON : visiting for three weeks
$10.00 Installation Allowance During February If You Replace ask for with! her sister, Mrs. Besaie
fl] Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model. It"r Phillips I
] El a
D That right'' Your Dept, of Electric fir Water Utllt, ,.. will pay you $30.00 inttollo- ElEl Dundee representatives on I soPi
tion allowance during February If you replace your aid flame-type water heater with, [: Yau'" B. Glad You t he Haines City High School
E]] a new 230-volt Automatic Electric Water Heater Or you con replace your old elec C>nE HOUR ii.oat ii. found UsfG tQin rack team are "Chuck" Lovll .

E tric heater with a new 230-Volt Automatic. Electric Water Heater and receive a ElEl '\ Richard Scarborough, Walter th.ke
Retaliation ,
$1000 ( allowanceSee
E:: tI r. 1 Hall, Joe Mann and Ron-

ri] your Electric, Appliance !Dealer: select the die you need. He will tend a sales : hT\ lId Bulger to
r.t certificate to us and our Custorper Service Engineer will check the Installation. Then ElEl RTlnlz/nC/ .
a.I you receive your 'Installation ollowonc. check by moil. Thoti all there Is to It. : / ffln :'1 enpl
E Make the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In February! ElP LUNCHEON TREAT I
qltf&lh Warm the
CLEAnrnGthe I up youngsters with I
El Q
DEPARTMENT OF : 10 DRY is lunch treat. Cook 4 cup tliiii
.I i ea ich chopped green pepper and

p Electric & Water Utilities 64 tgry Height out E, Mali to onion in a tablespoon butter un- 1 ofB
'j Phillips Station Right on til tender. Add a pound can

E CITY OF LAKELAND a jE61sASNTDER'S Longfellow to ear sign. be'ana and ground beef in bar. 0to

E El Grove Park Shopping Center be cue sauce, an Bounce can t

SHOE STORE Give Your Home WI ole kernel corn, 1 tablespoon

h opped parsley, andi tea-
f u.s. Hwy. 98, South Phone 682.92851 117 South bhl.KentiictyDowntown A Gilt Too poon dry mustard. Heat, stir.
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Rose Sunday, February 23, IBM IMI
SodefyMeefing
About LAKELAND LEDGER

+ /s SKIRTING THE ISSUE

\\mLAWN & GARDEN StetsonStudents Set TomorrowThe Skirt lengths should be determined

by common sense not
\ Imperial Rose Society fashion. If your legs aren't the
GUIDE
will meet tomorrow at T30pm. :
at First Federal community best in the world wear skirts

Iff GENE BRIDGES room downtown 0. that come an Inch or so below
.
By PEGGY BROWN Campus Correspondent ? L. Van Valkenburg of Syracuse your knees

DELAND Stetson University N.Y. will speak

.; Garden Columnist alumni strolled on campus The speaker Is wintering In
;;I last weekend as Stetson celebrated St. Petersburg. He Is district FRUIT TREES
and Its
homecoming director of the New York District
( .. lilt birthday. Even though I se : of the American Rose Society Bearing SizePear
there were not as many on J an accredited ARS

on in past campus years for'the the events weekendwas as t judge past president of the plum, persimmon,

Orchid And Rose Shows a great success, This past Syracuse president Rose of Society the Central and fig, grope ond
year at the annual convocation scuppernong vines.
Garden Center As-
New York
held in Elizabeth Hall,

Are Coming Up ShortlyLakeland uates.Kooen Stetson honored Its blind grad. oclatlon.Mr. Van. Valkenburg will CITRUS ALL TYPES TREESIN

: Barnett L"_" y speak on "How to Grow Prize.
Lakeland Is growing so fast In so many ways. graduate of Stetson, and si DIU1Q pre- Winning Roses," covering I BLOOM.

It is nice to note the gardening organizations being sently the executive direct! grooming roses for a show and
formed to specialize in certain plants, and best of all of the American Foundation what judges look for He also SHADE andFLOWERING

(the flower shows being staged for the Blind told the grot will speak on "Why I Belongto TREES
I fur the benefit of the public by drained ,sots under slats In that he appreciated the praise the American Rose Society.

I,these groups. greenhouses, in the house or given to him for his accon ." We Do

Coming up March 21.22 lethe on a porch and even In the pllshmenta as a blind pesos; He will Illustrate his talks LANDSCAPINGand
[ aecond annual Orchid Show ground In shady rock gardens however he added as the with color slides taken In his LAWN CARE.
[staged by the Ridge Orchid crowd left the hall that he garden which consists of over
Society in the Florida Nation or under trees. wanted to walk as one i or CHAIRMEN for the Citrus Tea on March 7. pictured from left are Mm Gladys Williams 200 rose bushes For H.* Bed U Plants end
Lai Bank. The blooming season of begonias them. Citrus adorned hats; Miss Josepha Ratliff. general: and Mrs Marvin E. Henderson Jr, floral saute C.HPaul's

May HO the Peoples Bank Is the beginning of Annual Talk arrangements The tea will be held at the Magnolia Building, Civic Center (Ledger photo-P). CARRY PERFUME
[ will become a scene of beau. their dormancy and nature's Perfume must be reused durIng
i ty with the first Rose Show President Edmunds then the day to keep fragrance Nursery
presented by the local Amerl- signal that they require less his annual talk and ai \
gave Citrus Tea For Winter Visitorss A handy way to carry your pure HancockMU
Wilt
water. Give them plenty of 709
| can Rose Society. nounced that an anonymoi erfume Is In a new roll on con I.
.
Arrangers Class Planned water during their growing donor had given the univei.. liner which you can fill your 2-6075

Wednesday morning, Mrs. season but start to decreasethe ally $500,000 with which t to March 7 Magnolia Building .elf.
I E. L White will demonstrate supply and harden off your build a new building to hoes ,
which I la
"Modern Flower Arranging. the Business School

Admission can be paid at the plants as cooling tempera presently housed in renovate The annual Citrus Tea honoring Cook, council president and a W. L. Jackson Sorosls Clut NOW READY
of the Garden tunes warn of approaching naval barracks.In and Mrs. Ervli
door Center winter visitors will be past president of the Garden president;
I corner of Lake and Orange blooms the past two weeks Dr. held Saturday, March 7, at Club of Lakeland, Inc.; Mn Spears, Woman's Club or:
I Streets, where the lecture will Water When Warming James Stewart dean of Chaj-. the Magnolia Building, Civic Harold Griztard mayor'swife Lakeland president AMERICA'S FINESTROSES
be given at 19 o'clock. Be. el, has introduced to the sti Center. Sponsor of the annual ; Mrs John Bryson wife Greeting guests from 3 to 4
lieve me, you will enjoy every Watering on a rising tem dent body two outstandin event which features citrus of the general manager of the pm. will be: Mrs. Rober S
minute of this and be able to perature is the best rule for American theologians: D r. is the Coordinating Council of Chamber of Commerce. Youkey city manager's wife;;;

use her Ideas with your own begonias. When temperaturesstart Nets Ferre abbot professoof Women's Organizations In cooperation Mrs. A. J. Trueblood council Mrs. J. R Clover Woman or!
containers in your own home. to drop below the fifties Christian Theology and Di, with Lakeland treasurer; Mrs. Catherine the Year; Mrs. Albert Jlicker-

There is still more to come watch water pressure. George Buttrick Garrett Theological Chamber of Commerce. Farrow Altrusa Club president son, council vice president;;; Q. #l better
Class 1 of the course on Begonia stems consist largely School professor. Past presidents of the Coordinating : Mrs. W. W. Baker Catholic Mrs. George H. Borde Jr.. Select or
"How To Landscape YourHomes" of water and will snap off Many of the students wer Council will greetguests Woman's Club president; council parliamentarian; Mrs bushes on Dr. Huey
begins at the Lake when cool weather causes brlt- privileged to hear severs and assist the chairmen Mrs. Marvin H Henderson Hilda Doolittle American BusIness
lectures by each of the menThe rootstock properly potted by us; In bud or bloom.
land Senior High School Tues tleness. In the receiving line Jr., Garden Club of Lakeland Women's Association
day night at 7 o'clock. Professor Begonias breathe and feed enthusiasm shown by a during the first hour 2 to 3 president; Mrs. Roy S. Bell president; Mrs. Charles F VARIETIES
Thomas Mack Is teach. through their hairy leaves and large part of the student body;; p.m., will be: Mrs. Charles C. Pilot Club president; Mrs. Elckenberg, Faculty Woman'i STANDARD
students are
ing the course of 10 classes stems and should be spray indicated that Club president; Mrs Burton
This information that you will watered often to keep their still vitally concerned witknowing N. Work Lakeland Business 2 Gallon Size-1,95

use for a lifetime In your gar pores from clogging. God. Wednesday and Professional Women'i 3 Gallon Size- 2.45
dens and is invaluable. I During the growing season Honor Roll Club president: and Mrs.
know of nothing more satisfying use a good organic liquid fertilizer ha. Clyde Scott Women of the
Janet Lyon of Lakeland Winter Haven Woman Will HYBRID TEA ROSES
to an Individual than to every two weeks but been elected to the Moose president.
know that what he is doingIs keep in mind that as the plant recently
Chairmen MIRANDYCHARLOTTE
Hall!
,
house council of Emily BABY PEACE
correct. Only through approaches dormancy it re- the upperclass women's nsidence Speak On Flower Arranging Contest chslrmen have invited ARMSTRONG MICHELL MEILLAND
much less food.
achieve this quires
study can you
hall. She also hal residents as well ss win CRIMSON GLORY McGRADY'S SUNSET
Have You Tried Begonias Most begonias grow best In
If haven't slightly shaded positions If obtained an academic rating Mrs. Earl B. White of Win. ter visitors to enter floral arrangements CONDESA DE SASTAGO McGRADY'S YELLOW
} you yet succumbed her on the sophomore ,io citrus hats and PEACE
which
places
to the beauty of the they become too leggy and ter Haven will\ speak on Arranging ECLIPSE
Honor Roll. Flowers" at the Lakeland recipes In the contest. Those NEWS PRES. HERB. HOOVER
begonia, you have missed a spindly however this Indicates GOOD
The Concert Choir IncludIng to enter are to be
Garden Center Wedne planning THOMAS SHOW GIRLTALISMAN
that need LOWELL
lot in gardening. There are they more
Margaret Cox of Lakeland 10 Tickets 1 be registered for Judging by
day at a m. may
Be to
light. sure give
almost as many ways to plant your and
and Sue
Gene Bridges 7,
and March
Garden Club
purchased from a noon
acid soil in whichto
there varieties plants an
a begonia as are
A beginning Dan Crum all of Bartow per member or at the door. The Chairmen are: Mrs. Henderson FLORIBUNDAFLORADORA
in good
that will Florida grow.
grow for the Tourist Club oDe arrangements;
They will grow well in woodenor really pays off in growing be- formed The choir theater price Is 90 cents floral Williams hat ROSE ELFESUMMER
wire baskets in well gonias. Beery Mrs. White has served as a Mrs Gladys SNOW
and orchestra are rehearsing) nationally accredited nower contest; and Mrs Work recipes. GARNETTE
force In order to get m PINNOCHIO THE FAIRY
full
In show Judge and as an Instruc .
Plants the opera "The Merry Wives or of flower arrangement lor 1
Are Hungry of Windsor" ready for lu flower show schools for more
I VARIETIES
date the first weekend Sunday PATENTED
I" production than 20 years Since her retirement open
In March. This produotlon a few years ago she 1-4 ors the prices
pm. I Because these patented
is one of the highlight conducts flower arrangemei
I After Winter's NapGAINESVILLE of Parents Weekend an annual -. classes workshops lectui depend on the variety
which all parente
event to demonstrations and serves ala specialsale
studenti HYBRID TEA
of university
Most deciduous After feeding all the plants floral art consultant.

plants are as modest! then consider making cuttings are welcome. Having studied flower ar. AMERICAN PINK PEACE

as humans. The first thing of poinsettia ixora Iigustrum, Initiating Pledges rangement with outstanding CHAMPAGNE ROYAL HIGHNESS
they do when they awake in azalea croton and viburnum The fraternities and sororl Japanese flower masters I In viburnum CHRISTIAN DIOR STERLING SILVER
the spring Is to cover their Place cutting beds In a shady ties have been involved ir this country Mrs. White also GARDEN PARTY TIFFANY
ligustrum
limbs with leaves. Dogwood spot or furnish shade for the initiating their pledges Into has studied advanced flows WHITE KNIGHT
redbud peaches and plums project. Cuttings of many active membership. It is not arranging in Tokyo and Kyot< MRS. EARL 0. WHITE privet HELEN TRAUBEL and many others
and a few others are excep types of ornamentals form unusual to see a group ol Japan with headmasters of. e. p. holly KINGS RANSOM
tions. They prefer to put on heavy root systems moat suit-clad fellows singing In the "Saga" and "Sogetsu' 3 1pyrocantha GRANDIFLORABUCCANEER
a show of color before dress quickly In mixtures that con front of a girls' dormitory at schools A student of Gregory for
ing tain acid peat. Experience Is 8 o'clock in the morning 01 Conway she has studle *]00 JOHN S. ARMSTRONG
Regardless of how plants the best teacher to determinethe to see several sisters struggling contemporary design, at Rudolph 2to3ft. CARROUSEL MONTEZUMAEL

begin spring growth you will best rooting medium to to keep an active sorority Schaeffer School of well De- HITS SPOT bird of 100poradit CAPITAN QUEEN ELIZABETHFLORIBUNDA
in San Francisco as
find them hungry after a longwinter's use for different plants. When sister from breaking the eggshell sign GRANADA
as studying and working with sandwiches hit the spot *
she autographs the Hot
sleep, Florida Agricultural choosing cuttings remember as
authorities in this country. In skillet cook 2 schof f lorla 1 00
Extension Service everything being equal rootIng raw egg. Try this one:
Mrs. White has won ou *
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advise. increases the nearer Stetson's Homecoming slogan each chopped 3to4ft LAVENDAR GIRL
experts ease landing awards for her Howe tablespoons green CHINA DOLL
Excessive rams lit January the cutting Is taken to the "Stetson Hits Its Stride"Is arrangements In Texas Floi pepper and onion In a tablespoon CIRCUS RED PINNOCHIO

have washed away vital plant root system of the plant. a familiar note on several campus.big Ida Mexico City and Havana, butter for a few minutes. fonmoto azalea 33 FASHION RUBY LIPS
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Ready
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lecture demonstrations and s .I. tuber orates VOGUE
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through their first spring ready for planting include crl- been on campus money contemporary American gravy /i cup ketchup 1 HEAT
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to 30 pounds of a balanced be planted now Include\ aster parts of two streets to make stressing original and unusual garlic salt and dash pepper. 927 ,. new york
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blooming for another month.
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I Roses will need an application SPRING SPARKLE 49' Each
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14-0 LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday February M, 1964







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Michel B'locConcert/ At Branscomb __ -.




Holds Audience I In Rapt AttentionIn tiII BOSTON. .


By able qualities Everything was mental climax: of belts with., and all New England would i
MRS GLENN W. MORRISONThe [ beautifully finished from the out the use of overworked dynamics prove the exacting Map).fin
Every "Weigh"; Michel Block concert artist's unaffected manner to and this was no little of this new Internationale Sen']
You Save Friday night in Branscomb his tempi and above ..1the\ achievement! spinet. Hlgh-throated legs t\\
feather light touch and nuances It was to be expected that
Memorial I Auditorium was fully turned music desk co
of piano and forte compositions by Chopin wouldbe
plate the Early American styllnl
TIMETEMPER a musical triumph from No one concerned with the featured widely on the pro
beginning to end. The art of pianism could fail to since Mr. Block was An outstanding value fro
gram '
capacity audience was held in be impressed by the way he awarded the Artur Rubinstein' sk"" ra Pk, Winter world/ leader In spin]
rapt attention made his instrument ting. His Award In 1960 at the Chopin design..Sty). ow I Nor.R

MONEY throughout the fine, clear, pearly techniquenever Piano Competition held In
evening. It was faltered It was always Warsaw, Poland. Mr. Block's
With Our music of inter- elegant in soft colorful or rippling singing tone, technical brilliancy -
est and beauty, passages, bold I and and his pellucid touch CANNONMUSIC
FLUFFDRYLaundry music they strong In the massive pass. revealed many facets in the
could under. ages, fast as lightning, yet Chopin numbers which included MEETING THE CONDUCTOR of the Florida Symphony Orchestra, Henry Mazer was a CO.
ServiceAll stand and the never hurried. : First Impromptu A flat highlight of the children's concerts for students.Shown greeting him are, from left, Andrea Hall 30i S. Fla. A.,..
artist had the Music By Masters Major; Nocturne in F Sharp and Gail Griffin, both of Medulla School, and Gary Lasater and Matthews Waters, both of Carlton .
tab I", bed and bathroom rare gift of beIng Music by the masters seems major; Waltz in A Flat major Palmora School. The concerts, held at Branscomb Memorial Auditorium were sponsored OPEN FRI NITIS TIL t
lincni beautifully, washed and able to I to be his chosen vehicle and and Revolutionary Etude. by the Junior Welfare League of Lakeland, with the cooperation of Florida Southern College ,
Ironed Including hankie, communi cite'through -- -- -
his performance Friday night These were all familiar

Chenille rugs .spreads. Wearing, washable op. music.. the Mri MorrUoB would Indicate he has chosen pieces and the audience responded Music Club The LEDGER Wont Ads. Call MU 6.1151 To Place
pare), If any, returned wisely However, this writer with unrestrained enthusiasm. Tuesday Your Ad In This' Active Market Place
fresh air dried and This was the third concertIn was keenly disappointed that .
folded. the 1963-64 series sponsored he did not use an American Sparkling technique and Plans Luncheon MeetThe
by the Lakeland Concert Asso- composition on either the perfection of delicate sonorities -
9 Ibs. . $1.26 ciation. This season will be a printed program or as an en with a natural sense for
Additional Ibi. .. 14c *a. memorable one In the long core. rubato captured the beautiesof works of American The program, entitled, 'Pa-
history of Civic Music in Lake Being young and poeticalthe the prelude from "Le Tom- composers will be featured rade of American Music," Is
land for It marked for Min on the program at the Tues as follow:
the first artist was an Ideal Inter. beau de Couperln. The
CUNNINGHAMLAUNDRY time adequate facilities where preter of Schubert and Schu uet demonstrated a smooth day Music Club meeting Tuesday Hymn of the month, "ThisIs
artists be at 10:30 a m. at the clubhouse My Father's World," hymnology
can properly seen mann. There was something of flowing lyric style and the -
and heard. The programs the mystic about his playing.The Toccata was an extravaganzaof 421 E, Park St. A by Mrs. W. A, Willis;
have been wide and richly tones had liquid beauty tonal beauty. Mr. Block hasa luncheon, under the directionof current events by Mrs GlennA. Sons & layers & husband too, for a gift that,
W, L, will follow -
varied. Mrs Eaton Marshall piano, "Rag.
like snow flakes falling on the mature grasp of the Ravel ;
1141 E. PARKER ST. Michel Block is rather diminutive water His playing of Moment style and his fingers have the the program. time Bass" by Rony Kovach. Kite the arrow, goes straight to the heart

MU J.I111 In stature but his Musical In A Hat Major stamina to stand up to the Program director for the guest pianist from Cannon A VILLAGER shirt. .. or for the more cavalier,
piano playing is gigantic Ha (Schubert) was warm and strenuous demands. day will\ be Mrs. Joseph Wendell Music Company
is a pianist of many admir- many hued. The artist was most graciousin a past president. Vocal "The Heron," "Not a VILLAGER dress.
'. With great delicacy of touch acknowledging the rapturous for These Things" and "The
1. and the use of rubato he applause. For encores he Devil's Tail" all by Lorraine
achieved remarkable expressive played Mardi Gras from the Noel Finley, by Mrs. Edwin
t qualities. opera "Petrouska" by Stra Tomorrow'sMenu Lightfoot soprano; piano
Robert Schumann's Fantasie vinsky "Jesu Joy of Man's "The Cat and the Mouse"
In C Major was a highlight of Desiring" Bach, "Soaring" by Idea (Copeland) by Mrs. B. H.
%! the evening. It was given a Schumann and Fantasy ins Vaughn; vocal, "Do Not Go,
1 BUY YOURDIAMONDS lovely free and flowing Inter promptu C Sharp major by My Love". and "Miranda,"
pretation, the themes were Chopin. The audience was Grapefruit 'both/ Hageman, My Mrs.
beautifully outlined and the loathe to let him go-here indeed Chilf Rice Beef Casserole Louis Koon, soprano; and .
melancholy qualities of its is an artist to watch Asparagus Green Beans trumpet "Americana" (Fitzgerald
WITH slow movements sensitively closely as his career unfolds. .Basket of Assorted ) by a ,guest student
na portrayed. These two gems of Now about the piano, it m.ynot Melba Toast from Casswln Studio
CONFIDENCE gossamer beauty were con have been the best but it Hot Apple Turnovers" Mrs Ervin P. Ray ts club
Coffee Tea Milk
trasted with the buoyant play. performed beautifully under pianist.. >
Ing of two pieces of Franz the gifted fingers of Mr Block. CHILI RICE AND BEEF The selections to be sung by
for the Lakeland CASSEROLE
Liszt. Speaking
Mrs. Llghtfoot are the works
I Unless you arc in expert "Valse Oubliee" was delight. Concert Association and FlorIda (I generous servings) of Lorraine Noel Finley, who

In gemotogy; toll probablyfeel fully fresh and charming with Southern.,,College, I whose 1 tablespoon shortening. ,or in private life is Mrs. Theodore
neat finger work of trills and hospitality the Association en- salad oil Fitch of Greenwich,
confused about many runs. Mr. Block played Fu- joys, Mr, Snodgrass announced 1 pound lean ground beef Conn., and New York. She Is
U I I nerailles marvelously The Instrument there are no more guest tickets 1 small green pepper, seeded a friend of Mrs. Lightfoot and
terms esel [rn connection
his available as seat in and diced
was responsive to every presented the Lakelander with
with diamonds.Vfo will bo every command. His Interpre- the auditorium has been sold. 2 medium-sized onions, thinly personally autographed copies iCtt
tation of the melancholy mood The next program featuringthe sliced of the three selections she will
Na glad t9 them to Bal1 1,,' diced celery
explain with its dramatic accents and Jose Molina Spanish /j cups sing Mrs. Finley Is a memberof
melodic charms was truly let will be Friday March 13, 1.1/1 cups long grain rice the concert team known
55 Sr' you, simply, so that you magnificent. He created sonorities and the time is 8:30: insteadof 1 tablespoon salt\ as Mr and Mrs. Composer : 6 la 219 e. lemon lahla,4

will know exactly what you building up to a monu- the usual 8:15. /2 teaspoon dried basil Election of officers will take ,
.2 chill powder
tablespoons
place during the business session
ah art buying. Coma Fn row 1 can (1 lb. 3-ounces) tomatoes ,
Lakelanders AnnounceDaughter's (2 cups) _.
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14x Engagement 4 cup green sliced olives pimento stuffed NEW SHIPMENT

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Mr, and Mrs George E. Station, Jacksonville, Is being oven. Add beef, breaking it

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Miss Young was graduatedfrom minutes.
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engagement
Peoria High School Peoria Purchase
Add green pepper, onion Special
their daughter Marjorie Anna III, In 1955 and attended and celery. Cover and cook ;
of Jacksonville, to Lt. Walter North Central College in Naperville. low heat S minutes. Stir
pi 106 S. FLORIDA AVE. LAKELAND, FLORIDA Kipl E. Bridgman Jr., son of Mr. III., and Northwestern over in rice, salt, basil chill powder .
Sam. location' for 20 ,.ars. JOVSllilflllllllllfIM and Mrs. Walter E, Bridgmanof University and Loyola University tomatoes, water and

Chicago.A olives. Heat oven to 375 de-
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Edward's Chapel Naval Air_ High Chicago,
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DuPont 501 Continuous Filament Maryland for one year and
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Jacksonville Program TopicMembers i S Names and the Prices. Compare!


By Famous Cabincrafts Lakelanders Win Club of and the others LakelandWoman9 interested They Sell Nationally at 12.95 to

f t In Arts FestivalAward In the culture of frha 18.95 Pair. All Colors
modern times are invited to a Spring
.d: winners from Lakeland ttend the coffee and program
Best Value 95 I announced by the judgesat planned by the Wom f and Styles in Time for Easter.
$5 :JlllIn the Fine Arts Festival held an's Club's Fine Arts depart
Town At by District Nine of the Florida ment Tuesday at 9:30: a m. at
SQ YD. Federation of Woman's Clubsin the clubhouse. LADIES-NEVER BEFORE
Sebring Friday: portrait Guests are requested to SUCH FINE SHOESAT
: painting,MarJI Bedgood, first; bring any momentos, arts, THESE
l' :. : : "II Mrs. Raymond Zigele, third; crafts, pictures or literatureof LOW PRICES
} and Mrs. Mary Vernon Canter the "Roaring Twenties" \
first sward in modernistic and the depression years of
I 'II /I painting and honorable the 1930's. Mrs Mary V. Carter \ -'L
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Winners from the Lakeland Mrs. Edward Boyer will
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LAKELAND, FLORIDA. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1964. SECTION D, PAGE ONE
By 'JACK_ FLOWERS Just look at young Casslus carry I've deliberately looked bad In to do with your share of the

Assistant' Sports Editor the fight several fights because I didn't purse?

Can Camlus Marcellui CUy ,Liston keeps backing but there want Llston to run away from Answer "Make money and

fight M MIl as he can talk? la not enough room, me. You're coming to see me lots of it."

Two day hence the question It's a matter of time until Clay do things in this fight that I've Question: Do you think the Tiger Squad Tilt

'ill be answered[ when Clay lowers the boom. never done In any other fight.I publicity connecting you with

tomes 'fac -face with Sonny Then Clay lands with a right am the greatest and the prettl the Black Muslims has hurt

Liston tot the world heavy. what a beautiful swing est fighter. I float like a butterfly your popularity

Weight championship in Conven And the punch raised The Bear and sting like a bee." Answer: "Man, we're talking

lion Hall at Miami Beach clear out of the ring. Question: What do you thinkof fight jive now You wait 'UI

Uston Is the defender, Clay Llston is still rlsin' and the ref your opponent Feb. 26 and 1'1talk\ to you about Scheduled TodayChased

a the talker. wears a frown Answer; "Llston Is a chump anything religion politics and

With help from AI Taylor But he can't start counting and an overstuffed bear, and he the Negro situation in this country -

fight press relations assistant, until Sonny comes down. better go Into liberation after Now I'm getting ready for

The Ledger's Question and Answer Now Llston disappears from this fight. that big ugly bear.
Indoors the rain and their frozen In the
yesterday squad
by out
Man contacted Clay and Y view; the crowd Is getting Question: What do you fear game process
liston for their reactions to a frantic, most about your opponent the Detroit Tigers will try again today at Henley Field with a Tiger Early Camp squad game

few questions. But our radar stations have Answer: "His ugliness" starting at 1:30: pm.

Notice*the difference 1n an- picked him up somewhere Question: Do you consider Tiger Manager Charley Dressen Indicated weather permitting they would play a fi
Uston speaks with seriousness over the Atlantic. I this the toughest fight of your "w+
w Inning contest with four to five pitchers working for both sides.
: while Clay's answers Who on earth thought when career? 5av
ire mixed with humorous notes. M they came to the fight, that Answer: "No. Doug Jones but If they play today, they will

Following are the Questions they would witness the even then I made my predictioncome resume daily workouts at Tiger-

and Answers: launching of a human satellite -, true. First said 4, then 6, t town tomorrow and Tuesday returning -
USTON ANSWERS SONNY LISTON ? i and 8 and 4 are 10. That's the Wednesday for another 1 i Slants on Sports
Th squad beginning
Clump game at
noon.
(Uston answered the first Yes, the crowd did not dream round I won It in."
If today's Is rained
game out
three questions with one answer when they laid down their Question: What are your
a squad contest Is scheduled tomorrow Instruction
The questions were: Question: What are your money. I future plans you should win at noon. hTop

Do you think you will win future plans if you should That they would see a total Answer: "If Llston continues The regular spring drills

2. D* you think the fight will lose eclipse of The Sonny." this jive, I'm cutting it to five will begin Saturday at It a.m

go the distance What rounddo Answer: "I don't plan to Question: If the fight was If you want to lose your money at Henley Field with the b.t.terymen For Rookies
"
you think you will nail lose. today do you think you would II bet on Sonny." and those players Major

Clay) Question: What do you planto be In shape Question: "What are your currently on the Tiger roster I

Answer: "Yes I think 1 will do with your share of the Answer: "I weigh 218 and I future plans If you should lose attending the Early Camp par .

win somewhere between the purse? never felt better I run everyday Answer: "When I win and I tlclpatlng. First full squad By JACK SLAYTON

first and third round." Answer: "I hope to Invest and have never been In don't Intend to lose I'll fight drill will be March 4. Only I Ledger Sports Editor

Question: If the fight was some of my purse for the long better shape" anyone any place, any time. three Tigers are unsigned

today do you think you wouldbe range haul. I also plan to takea Question: Is there any special If that big bear whups me, I'll Hank Aguirre Frank Lary and If you wander out Tigertown way about 11 a.m.

la shape trip to Europe. punch or secret weapon catch the first plane and leave Terry Fo. Lary Is currently everyday, you'll see clusters of players gathered

Answer: "Yes I am In the Question Do you think the you are saving or planning to the country; I'll crawl across working out In the early camp around various diamonds on the Detroit minor league
best shape of my career right publicity connecting Clay with use? the ring and kiss his feet and CASSIUS CLAY and pitched briefly yesterday]

now*' the Black Muslims has hurt Answer: "Yes, I've been hold. say, 'You're the greatest'." The Lip In the hangar at Tlgertown. training camp.

Question: Is there any special his popularity ing back a lot for this fight. Question: What do you planLAST "He- wants In wait; until" umrm_ They are attending special sessions in all facetsof
Answer "The publicity I don't er weather ci'i rliiy
secret :
or
punch weapon
the : Leads and breaks defense against the
think has hurt Clay too much. '' '\ .. .. ., willing to wait "Dressen declared game ,
you are saving or planning to t"0' 4' $ : : :.,
use? He's my million-dollar baby." ; .' : : t"., <>'t'>, yesterday as he huddled double steal defense against the opposition taking

Answer: "I have no.special CLAW ANSWERS \ ;, .M' ; ; ;" .>", 1' replete with overcoat in the extra bases on long hits, proper infield play, double

punches or secret weapon for (Clay answered the first :. fl' >' ;. added hangar.that The Tiger manager plays, bunting stealing sliding, pitching, catching,
three questions with one an- ? during the regular
this particular fight. 'I fi
Question: What do think ewer The questions were: Do ,: : 'J; ',, ) iprlng drills he would work fielding and hitting. Competent instructors are con.
you both his veteran hurlers stantly involved in classes to the
of your opponent you think you will win? Do <. and special players.

Answer: "Clay Is a tough you think the tight will go the .*... ." .( younger"I pitchers send about equally Like those days of service instruction the lessonsare
may some of
distance What round do .. my vet
fighter and I am training for a you .' '
$ \ : repeated over and over. And just like the
think will nail Llslon?) J. erans over to pitch in a farm Army,
tough fight. He can move fast you '
and has a lot of moves. I certainly Answer: "What do you mean, .". \: ; game the[ and keep my rookies for Navy or Marines, there are quite a few who, duringthe

do not take him cheap." man, yea I'm going to win and will exhibitions wind But everyone sessions, are gazing at the crystal-blue waters of
up getting about the
Question What do you fear if you don't believe It, I am enclosing \ same amount of work." Lake Parker, the traffic on Lakeland Hills Boulevard

most about your opponent a copy of the poem 1 I General Manager James something going on at another field, or just daydream.
round of
wrote about the last
Answer! "His mouth"Question I Campbell before his departurefor
: Do you consider the fight"Cassius 4 / k1 Boston and the meeting In- ing.
this the toughest fight of your Clay's Prediction In volving Kansas City Athletic And like the Army on opening day these are the guys

career? Verse (Of Course). owner Charles Finley, opined! who usually goof it up big. And then have the audacity to

Answer: "No. It was with "Clay comes out to meet Listen about Lary: "We are much soundly declare: "I never heard about that one before.

Cleveland Williams." and Listen starts to retreat. more encouraged about his condition All of this Irks somewhat a quiet observer at these dally

Question: What are your future It Liston goes back an Inch farther now than at this time last sessions I would imagine many of the healthy youngstersso

plans If you should win he'll end up In a ring- spring. He did pitch well at cocksure of their ability and future wonder 'who the bald

Answer: "I will have to discuss side seat. the close of the season." geezer In the sun glasses Is and "What does that guy know

my future plans with my Clay swings with a left Clay Suffice to say, Tiger officials about the g.me1 They should be so good. For he Is Rick
swings with a right, know full well
Lary must return
manager. Ferrell, Tiger vie president and one of the finest catchersIn
LAP! MISHAr!-J.rry Lwly *f Bmcmir, Al.., drlvlna e 951 modified Ford, crashed to top pitching form for the history of the game"Younj

the r'tlnlit| well as the lest !lap .> the 200-mil Nitlonol mploniMp Modified Sport,,,,.,, stock the Bengals to be a pennant
contender fellow nowadays are so luckyFerrell declared
.t .... t.fIen.1 l ldw. Lwly net blared. AP Wlriphefe),
cr rac* yitrdy Dey. wi
Gator Backs Star When rain or high winds *x_ while watching one of last week's drill. "Look at th.U"

st the Tigers wiUu.witch- !r "He pointed to sessions on various facets of the game on diamonds

I workouts to the indoor hangar. around the tower

Snead Leads Luck Lifts There will be no charge forloday's "They are getting comprehensive lessons In all facets from

In 1st ScrimmageGAINESVILLE Lady Field. squad game at Henley fellows who were good at their jobs when they were players.


PGA SeninrcPALM HAYES SETS No Help For Old Timers
- ------ ..
W-Florida's team performances. "When I came to the big leagues the regulars didn't
up
football Gators held their first Jimmy"Backs Jordan Allan Poe and, Dick Marcus Kirk BEACH GARDENS Lund To Victory WORLD MARKNEW teach me a thing. No one else did either. I learned about

game-type scrimmage of the Baezler all looked real good to- Fla. (Ap-on a. rainy windy YORK (AP) Bulky catching by watching guys like Mickey Cochrane and others.

spring practice session here Saturday day" he said. "But what Im- day, with a putter still mlsbe 1-Bob Hayes,. big pnnuok_..u .... to P r,aY Now the kids have a guy like Bob Swift-one of the sharpest

sparking in the offensive pressed me most was the way having Sam Snead shot a disappointing DAYTONA BEACH (c.tIDe- a scheduled 250 when darkness,fullback at Florida A&M, bolted catchers In the business during his playing days-helping and

department. I both teams were hitting I I wayne (Tiny) Lund, the 275 closed in.Johnson's. to an Indoor record of 5.9 sec teaching them."

"Our offense sure out-played' "We're In good condition and one-over-par 73 Saturday -,pound Cinderella driver of Daytona 1959 Chevrolet ant onds Saturday night In winningthe "By the same token I'm not one to rave about the old

Head Coach!we looked sharp-especially fora but still led by two; International Speedway, Lund' 1961 Ford both pow 60-yard dash at the National timers at the expense of the modern players. Nowadays the

the defense today first week performance." strokes In the PGA Seniors Golf came through multiple car ered with new engines brushed AAU Indoor Track and Field kids are bigger, stronger, and faster. My only gripe is that

Ray Graves paid "And that's a Jimmy Hall and Steve Spur Tournament. wrecks like a charm and won 1 together as they crossed the Championships while they all get the best Instruction so many of them com

surprising thing for the" first rler handled most of the quarterbacking Slammin Sam finished the the: abbreviated Modified and line Lund reported. The Florida Hash, billed a. pletely disregard it. Or only pay lip service to the lessons,"
week of spring practice. duties and Graves Sportsman National Champion-I Thirty-six of the 80 laps were the "World's Fastest Human" he shook his head sadly
For the record the Blue reported that he was pleased third round with a 208 total, ship race Saturday a photo run under the caution flag pulled away in the final strides
team topped the White learn, with the performances of both. under for the 54 I and "How come the major league farm camps never submit
eight par holes, finish I over Robert (Junior) the first 19 to dry the track and beat Charles Green Lin
2014. But Graves had his Spurrier tossed a SS-yard Neb. their player to written tests on the facets of the game? The
and lost one stroke of his margin Johnson. others as the result of accidents coin by about two feet.
eye on Individual efforts not spiral to halfback Jordan for pro grid teams do. And the player who goofs really gets It.
involving 15 Two officials him
as Leland (Duke) Gibson The crowd of less than 15,000 carsThe I caught In S.9.
the White team's second score. with I watched the event on the eve speed of 104.506 miles an the third In 6 Bat There are loads of situations In baseball that could be tested
came 72 for
Lakeland Fives Both Jordan and Spurrier E. J.up(Dutch)a Harrison 210.moved ,of the sixth annual Daytona 500 hour reflected the troubles of I Hayes, who has a time of 9.1 on a written basis. Seems to me that could be part of spring
teamed on similar efforts for which the day when compared to the pending for drills too?"
Into closer contention with 09 ; begins at 12:30 p.m. to recognition the 100
Win 2 BC Titles the freshman Gators last sea hat left him three strokes a off day. Cloudy and cool weatherwas record of 147010 set last year yard dash outdoors, had "Well It's never been done that I know of," Farrell added

eon the pace with a 211. predicted for today. Jimmy Pardue of North equalled the Indoor 60 mark of "I suppose It could be. But what we try to do Is watch themIn

BRADENTbN The Boy's With their one belts.game Graves scrimmage feels under his- "In three rounds I have not Two Indianapolis 500 winners Wllkesboro N. C., finished six seconds flat four times this the early games to see if they have absorbed the lessonsof

Club of Lakeland walked off Gators are ready to concentratemore sunk a putt eight feet long" Pamelll Jones and A. J. third; Ray llenrlck of Rich season. He won his semifinal In spring drills. Then and only then do we learn whether or I
basketball lead mond Vs., fourth; and Nelson 8.1 Saturday. not they utilized efforts to teach them.
with two regional on a three-team attack: Snead said as he left the 18th Foyt a U. S. Auto Club our
titles here yesterday. An offensive unit, a defensive green on which he had just (USAC) contingent In competition Stacy of Daytona Beach Just moments before his big From the play In the early games of the Florida State

The Lakeland BC Intermediates unit and a two-way unit. dropped a three-footer for a with such well known fifth run veteran Hayes Jones of League every year 1 wonder if spring drills do any good at

ages 14-16 defeated Palmetto "We won't know who'll be birdie. 3. This was the only I drivers of the National Association Lee Roy Yarbrough of Jack Detroit scored his 53rd consecu- all. Some of the worst boo-boos I've ever seen, crop up in

83-25, in the finals. Jon on the different squads until cheerful thing that happened to For Stock Car Auto Racing 'sonville Fla., winner the past tive Indoor hurdles victory tak- those first few weeks of the season-all after about a month of

Brown led the victory attack we review the mulls of the Sam all day. (NASCAR) as Glenn two years, was Injured In the ing the 60-yard highs In 7 seconds spring training for the farmhands.

with 18 points. Oscar Prater had practice," Graves said "But He bogied the 12th when he (Fireball) Roberts Marvin cadent second and Dr.most AI spectacular Monaco said ac nat.Charlie, Maybe a couple of classroom sessions with fines-like 'In

13, Bill Beasley and Sonny Martin we're ready to concentrate our was stymied behind a bush witha Panch Fred Loreiuen Johnson Yarbrough had a possible fracture Mays of New York'sGrand I pro football-hanging over their heads might make a few play
had 11 each and Lund. Street Boys Club upset
attacks certain vital tree his
on areas. blocking swing. The
of the right ankle. era just a bit smarter than at present. Money do make one a
In the junior division, ages He added "We've shown we ball went for no gain. He also Lund Cross S. C., fishing Ralph Boston and won the broad
bit keener!
11-13. the Lakeland cages turned can hit hard today. At least bogied the 14th with his only camp operator who came from Yarbrough was In the middleof jump with a leap of 26 feet 1/

back Bradenton 3736 behind our mistakes were aggressive faulty tee shot of the tourna- nowhere to win the Daytona 500 a wild 11-car: melee on the inches II *
east the field
curve as came out
Terry Stratton's 17 points. mistakes." mentAL lilt year barely squeezed past NATIONAL HOCKSV LSAOVI
Johnson, the Ronda N. C., of the 56th lap around the high Detroit 1. .0...,. 2Montreal Short NotesFor
banked 2>/-mile track 1. Ch..... IToronto Sport
chicken farmer at the finish .. Now York 2.
The modified event started three the first time since the days of Kenny Cone Florida
Directors
Vote To Bounce hours late because of rain and BASKETBALL SCORES I State should have a Lakelander in the lineup next fall. Last

I was shortened to 200 miles from Fall Donovan Jones who was handicapped in his senior year

--- by a leg Injury reported to the FSU frosh coach and all of
,"TU.OAyeOLLIa. ......
Coco '0. Orlando
41.
Meet .. Th. 1'_,.'''' rro? publicity went to a bevy of other backs. But by the time
In Santa prep
Finley; Again 10 Days Fe Loses ova -0. .,, rr.n,,. u. Y. I.. Plorida Air Academy 1{ Clewitton 14Lrman
sub -' M.rYl.nd :u N//L.n.wwd It .NlwlmmNe.' the season was two weeks gone Jones had won the starting
Wichita. M; 01. loulo ,.. Aoooka I*
To Melbourne ,....74. rnnglr.nq 04. Wildwood TS, InvernoM tl.souA job| at flanker back (right halfback). He was never to lose

BOSTON (AP) This promises .I th'e: Is a chance, however,1 I, The AL will take over the 0.IItOl.....'slate 72"Northwe.>tor. >l (I, D.Lane... Oumtor n winter fir Ounnollon Garden LaMvIv S*. his starting role although almost the entire FSU frosh team

to be a peaceful weekendin there will ,be no further A's, appointing a temporaryclub revae:.l..n 04 110 Southern T.rtor On Methodiol* ) tl. 01. N.. Smyrna ewe 71, ... Auouetln was to be juggled during the season. Now comes to the
Melbourne Catholic stunned ... ... ...
T. AIM 00 A
'ko. 1.
the noisome between a
war action-if
league Finley comes boss the Santa aeoroo Weihlnoten Navy TO. 0...... H Pierian{ Taylor 40. Ledger sports desk a booklet on FSU spring football. A com-
Fe Crimson
Charles O. Finley and the to terms with Kansas City overa 2. The Hawks Miohnan 101, Wecen../,< //. Veuenula. 00 .",_ ...
league would negotiatea 50-48 here last night at Kathleen Vandereilt tl rir-, fl. rwl Pierce 00. Vero *..ch 70. ment on FSU prospects Is to the effect defensive backs are
, American League. I IK.nl.1 lease for Municipal Stadium lease for Municipal Stadium. Senior High School in IL..wnlun rrlnalMrase.... .Providence... TS (*t>. Mount.voree Dora Of St.*0,Cloud Orev.l.nd 00.Or I], Few and also "Donovan Jones looks like a comer"-thls In
The obstinate owner of the the playing field for the A's. 3. The league would then undertake gym Ce jmoia ... N..w... t*. M.._.... I7T. T.tu..II. ...
the final of .. .. ... regard to the right half post even though Fred Biletnikoff is
regular the Nor .
and his game .u IOI J' ".w.lI. University 11. N ,10. 5/ C"""fi N
City Athletics But nobody will verify that to sell the club with season for both schools. ....m' If. st.Hn '0. 11 ..... ..... 7Or1nN 0.. aidNor back Jones starred here for three seasons on defense
c..t..ut .00. Cot.... IS.TO ,. as
regiment of adversaries have possibility, the proceeds minus expenses The loss dropped the Lakeland asters 50. L..?wI N .;.... toon 70 Otanfor M.I well as offense. Coach Nurmi Nelson said of Jones: "He has
"No comment" Ocala *0. Avon ...
Issued either or Joe Cronin president of the for interim Arms N rbb 31.L I P.rk
oper.tlon-goin to Catholic school to 16-7 for Jun'. (N V I 10 *er/ham ... peooe 4TSatolhto, Beach 1N..In /. one of the surest pair of hands of any player I've ever
innocuous communiques from AL. indicated as much .w,... N. aI' Toe.. ... 70 La..II. ...
since the nine- Saturday Finley. the season. They play In the: William M.ry *4. *....m.... .e. "........ .Noe. 00. Charlotte ... coached." Other Polk gridders on the squad: David Bragglnsof
the battlefronts when he said the league considered Cornell 0*. Dartmouth 01 tart ...... If Oeraeota 01ilmotto .
salvo fired at Finley on negotiations between Fin- None In American Group 13, Class C tourney at K...itucky M. Aukum T*. ... .rtuto -, Kentucky Military ....11. Lake Wales and Joe Parrlsh of Auburndale Sonny LIs-
gun C. iinnaU ... Drake ... 01Samoeit
Friday.At | ley and Kansas City "still open." There has never been a franchise Brandon on Friday against Pine- Duauee. .. n. .-..." N.II fl.M Southeaat lit, Admiral rarra. ton, just when he got everyone rooting for him. baa suddeny .
a meeting here of league Still Open taken away in the American rest. ...u.C...Ot... 7 o*.It VMS North 04 Carolina 7oti7' 41 ..r.wl..Iwrrl.w nut II |*. Venle .). turned bitter again. Growled one man connected with promotion
The Hawks rallied In the final ... .
Wet Vlre.nla twit 77. ft. potorMur Diai Melhn Sam.Inolo
brass and squads of lawyers In Kansas City, Mayor Ilus League although the late Ohio) Ns.Vnm. Ohio ... f*. of Tuesday's fight: "He's setting new records on howto
Judge Kenesaw Mountain Lan- quarter but it fell short as Melbourne -I..m' Chicago M. ....._.* ... 11.I petertour* Northee.t II .......
the nine other team owners Davis echoed Cronin. "Our offers held .. oteto .81. lowo 01. Sorry I*. lose friends and alienate people. Tickets aren't going wellat
quickly and firmly took another to Finley still are dis, baseball's first commissioner on to win. Mario ". leurl. /*, Oklahoma' Si... SI.u Cltarwetor. .... 74, Dunedln 07.It. all." He also got Into verbal hassle with West Coast
open. Monte with 22 points topped the >*l *T oiten Y,1.. 10. Serifor 71, Taroart a
step toward booting Finley out Davis ..id. "and we've advised took similar action twice In T:;: ,2. Pi T*. *.....NNN sportswriter Meanwhile Willie Pastrano of
users. M.oc.ra 00 Tarn.AC .. n. 11. PelereOure *ow Class 0*. tar*. says Clay: "Cas-
of their club. the league that we would keep the National League Mike Altenberger with 15 led <*TOURNAMCNTom>linalaikany ., c...';....... Centraorkoloy C.....". a. T..... sius will have to go the full 15 rounds to win. The only way
In effect, the 9-1 vote providedfor them advised to what offers The hard-fisted old judge an ebb 00. r.w Code** 4*. pro* Loonoaoola .. can knock out Liston is with
Santa Fe's ballbat. But
anyone a
Board of Directorsto Jayvees to a 48-26 Mo..n ee..... *l. Florida Memorial 11Cor 12, P..._. City .u.....,.... Gay has
the AL's from Finley are coming In. implacable foe of any connec- win over Melbourne. It was theayvees' ( ,tola.ton> TatlanaeeM speed size power and youth on his side. Oh Pastrano's
league meeting ,....... Memorial 0]. ...n. Collee* 11 Loon Sir Penwoela I.NUn yea
a the tion between baseball and
set up Meanwhile usually ex gambling I .. .... Is
19th win in 23 games.: IOAV HIOM SCHOOL N.r.nwwl. manager Angelo Dundee. Guess what? Dundee trains Clay
would consider and act J..I.. Pa.en OO. Oaineevill 4*. r.eh1, Milten IIvneaoela .
which plosive Finley silent since the ruled C.F. Adams out as .
1 .., Ala.I Ilorthwo ) 11, Star of Oklahoma
IISOUKNI SANTA Pf Oa.neevill K. Von** Lake Sut Tata 70 raw City's cage team recently named toan
upon the matter of lifting Finley's ruling Friday was unavailable.And part owner of the Boston Braves fate' te n t. .n.C.1Nr N >torn .., Attueke N.M.ml .
.1- Molroa .... p lmetto. SO, at-large NCAA berth Is toot
1 0 Hey 00 Of a Negro center. Eddy Jackson
franchise. his in because Adams /MdloN.wbnns.f ...,... 3f1 .
normally eloquent attorney the 1930s was luirt ill Oanta fe 4T, 5.414 Northooet 77 Nova 12alm
:::: > S ( Monte f 111 I Trenton 71 If. "> Beech O*. Foro.t Hilt, 04.lorlan He's the tallest eager in the nation Oklahoma City has
In Ten Days Louis Niter was doing associated with Suffolk Downs 4II1fcewtki C,.., Wh.s.. ... Central 10.
0ow 1 MOJOtanMfl 4 City 01. M
... .. ... ... ... ....,.... ... one of the tallest teams In
NaM 1It..m. the nation 6-5
his And Landis w. I > Mnieuek 4 ( Wh. .n. .t La. 14. averaging I-7J4 to ,
The unprecedented meeting no commenting through a race track. in 1943 Mollywooil ..... ...... .. 11.
at 4 I 1 Muehlerrr err e 00 Florida Con .t Id L. Werth
=::: : : .._ ...... .... depending on who starts basketball attendanceis
College
1' 01. .I
will be held within 10 secretary. ended William D Cox's connection Woliler I I YN r A No./ .e
likely ...... .,.... .
J A slant* Mount Dora School { Mowoy N. 00 C.a OaWo* IIf4
If the AL disenfranchises Phillies _ijLS .... ... up 12 per cent this season. The Southeastern Conference
Fin- of I 40 "
with Miami the most prob- the Philadelphia nahan
days
o"l. ...;,., ..... ... Cititos ...
1 > 17 Winter P 40.
IT It 10 TOTALS ITJ4 Mre rk U "
able location for the key league Icy here is what will follow according -because the young owner admittedly : ay .Wr....I f 0.... City ... Mainee City ". founta.,. 71. Cessas N. showed the biggest jump from an average of 4,684 for last
... 10UHNI |* II.. *J-M T.m.. J.",,_ W. era.n C...-.y 70, JackMHI 00.
to ,349 far
season
meeting. to league'rules: bet on the team sauna fa ..... 14 .. 1_ Crnbl .,.w n. M.N "'.d.row Ca.mew 02, South Dad 41, so this season.rzauiL .
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I J.D LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday Feb. 2S. IH4 I DUKE DOWNS -
: LIt


'J tI: JONES TO GET CHANCE WITH METS!TERPS DURHAM., 84-63 N. C. (AP) -j I I No Soph Jinx For Boog Powell

II I ST. PETERSBURG (AP) -'York-Pennsylvania League in 14 center field and at times a drive:Duke's fourth ranked basket'I
-
1 Sunday will be graduation day games and .305 In 44 games with will go over his bead. I tall team romped to an M-6J In 140 think to. I worked as hard ot
games
Saturday's practice: sessionwas 'victory over Maryland Saturday By JACK: SLAYTON major league John (Bong) to J6S. playing I
I JI at Stengel Tech. the instructional Raleigh of the Carolina Uague called: off became of rain, afternoon to clinch first place in] Ledger Sparta Writer. Powell Hoots slugger of the and going to bat 491 times with that In part first of the year game with as 44 th*

I'I i school Manager Casey Stew "He can become a fairly food clouds and wind the regular season Atlantic! Baseballs sophomore Jinx It Baltimore Orioles. For Pow 130 hits, including 22 doubles, Orioles my '* he declared as I*
\ [ gel has been holding here for base runner. he is a quick Coast Conference race. and 25 homers for
no figment of a nortswrJters eB. considered a good prospectin a pair of triples paused to Lakeland a brat
the two weeks for his New' thrower and he is a pretty good 11th
past By their in
scoring victoryin hitting in excess between his play the
imagination. It exists and the 1962. despite frequent injuries (anyone stay
drives He still
fielder short
on Lake Wales
Hosts
I r York Mets rookies. 12 ACC starts the Blue Devils and
of 20 boners a season to considered Puerto Rico League reporting
that sidelined him at various
: needs work on long drives. proof is in the comparison: between -
t He indicated Saturday there clinched seeding in the
'. top times during the season a power hitter). He to spring training II
likely was only one graduate, Stengel evaluated Shuffle TourneyLAKE championship tournament opening performances of many finished with IS homer in also bad 82 runs driven and Miami with Baltimore.
pointing to center fielder Cleon, Jones plays a very hallow March I at Raleigh. of baseball's! outstanding rootlet that freshman year But be even swiped a base. The big "As soon as I was through
j I'' Jones as the best prospect to MEET WALES-Th National I Jeff Mullins got 27 points and and their second-year per picked up bout :20 points on outfielder had only six errors hitting during batting practice,
'j stick with the National League BOOSTERS TO Shuffleboard Tournament opens Jay Buckley added 34 to lead fonnances The differences his first years effort and added and be continued his efforts I'd take off for the outfield
: team The Santa Fe Boosters Monday and ends Wednesday at the Duke rout of the Terrapins are sometime rather stagger* to his home output In to improve his fielding, considered : and try to work on my folding
Jones, a 21-year old native of Club will meet tomorrow the Lake Wales courts who slumped to sixth place witha Ing And sometimes they lead 1962 be hit .243 with II homers by some observers his I may not be a gatellt
Mobile. Ala. finished last season night at 8 o'clock in the library More than 100 teams and hundreds 4-T league record. Buckley to the eventual major league and 53 runs driven in. He collected : major weak point out there but I'm no stumbl
with the Meta batting 113 I of the Santa Fe Catholic of persons from throughout -grabbed II rebounds and Mullion demise of the player. 17 hits in 400 times at "I'm not the worst fielder In bum either" be growled.
in six games Prior to that he High School on the new the state expected to at IS as Duke held a 53-27 Such: was not the cue in bat. including 13 doubles. the league even though one Powell this season may not
hit .360 with Auburn of the New Auburndale highway tend. edge off the boards. j '6J of Lakeland' lone native But last summer be loomed Baltimore writer seems to dwell In the outfield since the
Orioles swapped their tux

SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND baseman of last year Jill
Gentile, to the Kansas City
A', for Norm Siebern. Siebert
can play both first and outfield
so there is the possibility
BIG
THREE
DAY
SiOHE1VIDE
outfield Siebern may and be Powell moved plunked to the

on first Powell played thenIn
high school: with the Dread
naughts here in '57 and whilein
the minor leagues and at
Key West High SchooL












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er grips No '$ 3,5 7,9 and putter .. movie i camera
irons, with chrome prated heads and N' 4 OCXS POWELL
shafts, ond leather grips. Right or left formerly 11995 t

hand models for men; right hand mod. sale d 9.97 "How about that sophomorejinx
els for ladles
f ? It didn't seem to bother
-.-- ) Truly a fantastic buy ot a low, low you did It?"
d yM.# price! Easy to operate you always "No. I felt I knew the pitchers -
get perfect pictures easily, with the"Diplomat" a bit better, I tried to cut
automatic electric eye. down on my strikeouts (in
golf cart "J 1962 he fanned 71 times while
last summer he whiffed 87
comport at 21.99 p ; tn--- 8mm turret movie camera times, but went to bat 11
w + more times than in '62)). I
sale 15.87 formerly 89.50 think the year's experience
1 sale! 43.99bearing helped me. And I hope to improve
Folding golf cart with 12-inch boll- n" I: next summer,"
wheels, adjustable handle, ; 1 Complete with electric-eye meter and The hefty 240-pound slugger
Sharp with fl.9 I added he hit to the opposite
folding seat, adjustable contour pod :- carrying cose pictures
ded bog brackets Don't miss the savings d lens take normal, telephoto and left) field whenever he could
and "I tried to
even drag a
during this special event! 1 wide angle shots. bunt In fact I bunted about

12 time,. I don't think I
"t 8mm beat any of them out but I
automatic
.. did beat the 'Yankees with a

0' ., 500-wott projector squeeze bunt
cosmic '' i Despite the fact the homer
icy formerly t 11999
is the big Item in Powell hit
floating golf balls sale! 59.99 ting attack he spurned the
lighter bat "I swung a IS-
compare at 7.92 doz. r -" J Automatic threading projector with 500 ounce for most of the season
y o watt brilliance. Gear driven reel arm; and then for about the last six
sale! 5.55 (1 oz. I with 400-ft. reel; switches from forward, to eight weeks I went with a
reverse and still projection. :W-ounce back and chopped at
It. I got good results and Imay
Floating golf balls that meet oil tournament
stick with the 38ouncebat
'
specifications specially this "
spring
priced for savings! Excellent flight and remote control 8mm He bounced his youthful son
'
distance bolls, with vulcanized cover ie- 500-wott projectorin on his knee. "Here's a slugger "

sparkling white. 4 ., formerly 99.95 for you" then switching
.a to last .season "We caught: it
; ': a sale! 49.97 pretty good from the press
That one guy got on me for
i Sit bock and relax this one has remote my fielding What kind of
set t controls' 500 watt brilliance, with burned me up was that when I
Gym Dandy gym I ': a t 400-ft reel capacity, and permanent did do something to help win

..exclusively ours I' 1 factory lubrication Save 50% now! a game. I'd be mentioned way
1 down in the bottom of the
compare of 36.95 story-like 'Oh yes! Powells
I hit won the game,'
sale 29.99 t m I RADIANT instant-opening "I feel we have a much better
'' tripod screen team than we showed last
Durably constructed for years of out. > r r r summer and I feel the deals
door fun! Has 8ft. overall platform r I 1' I regularly 39.95 helped us along too. Siebern
slide, lawn glider with bocks, sky I r y 1 d sale! 31.99 s fine plaver So's that Lumpe
a If I (Jerry) that the Tigers got
skooter, 2 swings with non-th seats,
2 flying rings, and flying trapeze Just .t b .+ Big 40x40" size, it tokes only 3 seconds from the A's. We've got a
$1 down, with small monthly! payments '' '(r f'r1' to open or close! Also features the new good manager (Hank Bauer
w a "Micro-Fleet" surface for better picture and I think we'B get on the
will hold your gym set in lay .
right track this season"
r' < brilliance.
o-woy1
anddr ._ a+IGiullk "You know, U baseball
doesn't pan out. might try
Mias' Sporting Goods Mass Cameras you
pro football?
Powell turned quickly: Td
like that That pro game it
great. Then he talked about
L ro flash was at Key West High
School "He threw so hard
and so quick that we didn't

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Why if we had had a great
pass-catching end, no one
would have beaten us I don''
think George had more than
two or three passes picked
McPherson McArthur
or plaid off in three years there. He
patterns in the king of lightweight luggage ought to make it big in the

Black English coach grain vochette pros"

trim; interiors with shirred pockets for ac Powell was born here
played on the 1954 Lakeland
cessories. Save now for travel ahead! little League team that went

to the finals at wiMiamsport

18" hot box regularly 10.00 Pa. and later played football
sole! 8.00 and baseball in sophomore
year at Lakeland Senior High

21" grasshopper regularly t 12.00 School-he starred at tackle in
he flU of 'M. Prior to hx
sole! 9.60'S._ _ _ Junior year, the family movedto

24" grasshopper regularly t H.00 Key West where Powell was
an and
outstanding football
cole! 11.20 t
baseball star He signed a

26" grasshopper regularly 17.00 '" l i t a football grant-ln-aid scholarship .
a to the University of florIda -
sole! 13.60 qy but dropped that instead

29" grasshopper regularly :20.00 it S for a bonus pact with the BalImore -
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; prep

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for about one fourth of
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sole! 17.60 Nicholson was subsequently
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.Ad prfcM else 10% .4. tea .
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.5'.4' Ills younger brother Charry -

Mais' Lunlge. a football and baseball
tar at Key West, signed also
with Baltimore but a shoulder
'Injury has seemingly curtailed
his The Powells are
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flW __ 1HIL .! __ NU Stops Bradds I


I iiiian WITH jiveMB western's But EVANSTON Buckeyes collapsing, III (AP-North zone Win de-I Note To Frostproof Foes; Those Bulldogs Are Tough Pooches Now I


Keeps Scene Alive fense limited All-America Gary
I Bradds to 12 points but Ohio FROSTPROOF The bark played at the Bulldogs' gym Ing scorer with better than 17 won. The thing that has carried The warning flag I I. raised
State led by Jim Shaffer defeat and bite of the Bulldogs grows Friday and Saturday Mel- points per game while the 8-foot them through this season for Ridge Conference foes. Beware
By ROBERT LIPSVTE him, like men walking on eggshells ed the Wildcats 72.61 Saturdayto stronger each basketball sea bourn Central Catholic and 9-Inch Henderson dominates the Is deslrt. Even when they Ire of the 'DogIMichigan I
(( i Jf,1.11|.r. ttimriIAMI He will lash out at remain in a first place tie for son at Frostproof High School. Boca Raton meet at > p.m. rebounding. This duo receives behind la a game, theM boys
them angrily When ha started the Big Ten basketball lead with Under Coach Frank Mattox Friday with the winner play plenty of help from Mark Chapman Just won't live up." Romps
BEACH-The Fifth skipping rope the other Michigan. who became the No, 1 Bull. big Frostproof at 8 p.n. Saturday 6-foot 4.lnchel. Doyle Kelley This Is the first winning season -
(, lynp where Cassius day, and Night Train didn't Bradds whose previous( low dog three years ago; basketball for a spot In the regional 5-foot, inches, and Charles In the history of the school's MADISON, Wis (APMlchigan's .
<: j U training: I Is a large start playing, It was Liston this season was 20 points has progressed. Mattox's first playoffs. Simmons, 5-foot, inches( basketball program. Wolverines, ranked sec
nose c-fcby dlrt, second story room who noticed that the phonograph against California Davis, didn't season saw Frostproof finish Two of the mils reasons for Kelley and Simmons the The future Is bright Seven of ond In the nation, mauled Wisconsin
lit Sjw ndowi overlook was not plugged In. score from the field until 5:53: with a S 18 record, last year the Mattox's success are Don Sebastian guards, are hitting the hoops the 10 members of the varsity 103-59 to maintain their
glamorless southern part "What are you guys doing remained In the game The 6-8 mark was up to 7-14 and this and Dale Henderson at .ll-point per tilt clip. Chapman will return for another season share of first place In the Big
Miam Beach The walls back there?" he yelled His star cam Into the contest with season the Bulldogs found the Sebastian Henderson and Gary like Henderson Is scoring The only losses will be Hen Ten basketball race Saturday
!a disinterested gray-green. In tight control of his daily a 38.2 average In conference range and climaxed the winless Skelly were members of the about eight points an outing demon Sebastian and Gary before I packed crowd of 13,217.
'light token byXfaded and curling news conferences, answering competition. drought with I 15-1 chart; team when the Memphis State He excells on the backboards Skelly. Returning will be Chapman The victory was Michigan
There Is
smoke poster cigar only the questions he wants Shaffer scored his season highof Frostproof hopes the win. graduate took over three years "I give These boys all of the Simmons Kelley, Tommy ninth InI conference games
here and
of dozen,' other the pertpiraon to answer ignoring the others, 23 points before fouling out sing spirit will carry over to ago. Sebastian and Henderson credit" expressed Mattes Barber, Wayne Siler, Bobby md kept them even with Ohio
II a And fighters is putting down Interviewers who with about eight minutes to the Class C, Region 4, Group were starters as sophomores "They have worked hard and Houchins, and Allen Skelly State, I 72-61 victor over North.
training it aICI'OUI
place Cassius yet Is so I displease him. play 14 tournament which will be Sebastion Is the team'i lead deserve every gam they bane Gary's brother. western

oretty be'makes the place
shine SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

Each day, in the early af- >>-- .., ,<, ,-: ;;-" J'WBIG :
ifrnoon Cassius comes bound- ( \ ".._,, ,.. ... 1.Af: ;;;
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MK up the stairs and strutting '
cross the creaky board floor THREE DAY S10HEIVIDE

1ft ebullient charming Infinity -
pleasant year-old boy
who is responding to a world
tt mad*., He mugs, he shouts,
K gives the dollar a head "
spectators their money's lIS
Mirth, He includes everyone 1//
in the Joy of being 22 years
old, of being big and healthy .
ind handsome and allowed
10 talk extravagantly and end- .
lesaly about himself.
When he and his cohorts
throw back their heads and
bellow "float like a butter.

fly young, sting man like rumble a bee," rumble they .1-, famous brand men's walk shorts fine neckwear shortie pajamas

Mays crack themselves up. Its 1 = i= sport shirts by Kentfield
all a colossal gas for Cassius. regularly I I ,A.00
regularly 2.50
And It should be There are
high-collared carpers around regularly 5.00-5.95 comport ot 5 00 and 5.95 sale! 2.99
1.47
who say that Clay is ''a phony 1 4 i'"N sale
pretender to the heavyweightthrone boy broadcloth i t ',, 3.39or sale 3.90

that he mocks the 3 for 10.00 Our own fine quality Diplomat
essential dignity of this most pajamascompare I I .... Choose from a large group of attractive brand Ina vanity of attractive
serious event. Nonsense. There I t ;r, ., Better shirts from torn of our Your short cut to comfort! Choose styles Docron In solids, patterns Lightweight cotton In
is no dignity In men punching ,.4/: molt famous makers ot real sov.Ingi from solids, plaids or neat checks stripes or neat undtrknoti Silk coat or middy styles, Elastic wo st-
each other for the pleasure or 2983.98 I r' Many DacronS>/cotlonl In In Docron polyttttr/cotton: ellcotton shantung In solid or stripes. All bond. A, B, C, D.
of people who will pay \i regular and Ivy button-down col. Belt loopAasortm.nt or aide odiustIon. sick too vantty of natl or fancy
of colors 30-
up to $250 for the right to say sale! 2.37: .y Assorted colon; S, M, L, XL. 42.nt. ; patterns. Mtas' Men's Furnishings
they were there. If you want i '
dignity stand up and clap i Maas' Men's Sportswear
Excellent assortment of long
politely for all the humble for
mer champions who get walk sleeve, long leg pajamas. / r/

Ing around money to add Popular coot styles, full cut ( ,
class" to major boxing promotions for comfort Elastic adjustable / r

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"It's all show biz," said waistband in a variety ,' rm,.
Jack Nilon, Sonny Llston's of colors. 8-20.
fretful little adviser, the other
day. And when you realize "
this, you realize that Cassiu
Is the star Earlier in the I'. ,. \
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week, a columnist sidled up '
to Cassius and said: "I'd like I r: /

you're to talk not to you on."some day when /

Cassius looked at him and
smiled "Then you'd write _
what I'd said, and spoil my _

let" short sleeve J
And since he's only 22, Cas
sius nearly blew the whole _
set when he was asked what ivy shirts ,.- _
he would do if he lost. He
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crawl
started talking about ;
compare at 2.98-3.98 ?ter Y'
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4 ,
admitted that he t t
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would laugh all the way to the ,
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everybody to come and see and a truly excellent value! df

him, that he had created a Button-down Ivy shirts tapered i e

national scene Cassius can't for the slim look Ex- '+
lose, whatever happens next
Tuesday night. Citing Spring patterns in assorted ,
So the seeker of true heavyweight colors 8-20. .
dignity goes four miles \
north up Miami Beach to the
rather chic Surfside section
where Sonny Liston highballs \ \ 7

through his afternoon trainIng boys' Dacron*/ -
session with the ultimate

confidence of a midnight cotton slacks
Ivy
freight on I clear track He q '
works out in the Surfside

Community Center, a small compare at 4985.98 4 '
neat, bright blue auditoriumwith I
several hundred seats sale 3.99Our 1
Sonny Llston works out on the

stage t'
It I is not a pleasant scene most popular Dacron ""' xa ,
Whereas Cassius cavorts In /
polyester/cotton slacks now
a kind of canvas theater In e
at a special savings. Slim /
the round Liston moves grim i ,
ly like a dangerous creatureon natural cut, Ivy belt loop 1
display. Behind him, onstage styling. Completely wash!
half dozen hand- t-
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wear Regular or
the
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champion rope, mauls the 75 pound men's sport shirts short sleeve I dress shirts .

heavy bag. The slick personal
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a smalltown disc Jockey,
provides the play by play. He perfallll priced 2.lIn
stands to one side of the stage, i a.
in front of a microphone, and boy knit _..7 or 2 for e>>00
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an expurgated version collared shirts i end, colors, map tab Pimo woven slripei I regular collar Oxford stripes. ,
of Listen thoughts Our exclusive Kentfield sport shirts in o new Spring os button down collar Botiite oxford white or colors, button down collar
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12-pound medicine
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says: "Sonny says
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ton Smartly i '
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for posed pictures, on stage two pants suits
after the workout, with Lis- sale! 91.00
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picture taken by Paul Abdoo boys cotton all wools, Docron polyeifer/wool end Dacron*
Sonny's personal photographer 10.00 j cotton Checks, subdued stripes' and plaids in
walk shorts regulars, shorts and longs,
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comes up to be photographed. wool suits in, toltdt sub
Scares the hell out of her," by Fretz
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on a colored picture checks and solids. Natural Regulars, shorts and regularly J7.95
that vaguely resembles Ivy styling. All cotton and
longs. Also available, a selection .
had
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just paid J5 to pose with him / of one pant Kent-
Liston for an autograph now for worm days ahead !
asked Docron
polyester and wool slacks from our
field I I
tropical suits, regularly
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off the stage and told him to 49.50 and 55.00 islet you choote for year 'round wear. Tan brown
buy one. The man scurried olive, grey ond navy blue; 29.42
19.90.
way. Maas' $oy. Wear f Maas' Men's Clothing
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-DLAKELAND LEDGER POLK PREP ROUNDUP

Sunday, Feb. 13, IMI
___ Manatee Nips'Dreadnaughts
Mulberry Ousted Planters Drop 'HoundsTo ]


From Tournament SWC Second Spot Tie l } Yr


MULBERRY The uwet PLANT CITY-The Plant City Dada City. It wa the SWC n '

hopet of the Mulberry High I High Planters coasted their sec Mle for tile Pirate, taw

Panther went down the drain ond undefeated Southwest Floe Louis Witcfcer led the Hornet ,

her Friday night ai Zephyr- 'Ids Conference basketball se*. with 23 point and John Han By JACK SLAYTON

hills knocked the Panther out son here Friday night by dump cock's 30 paced the Pirates. ,' Ledger Sport Editor
eel
basketball of the Tampa Bay Conference log the Auburndale High Blood. Pasco took the jayvee ion Skip Lujack' short shot Just at the buuer gave the Manzi i",
tournament GS-57 8049. test 88-S2. Fhl
hounds
Lakeland Drei
the
Hurricane a thrilling 63l victory over
Larry Hagan turned In 39-
Mike the winners
RolI1OI'I paced
point performance to spark Mill.rry'l naught Friday night at the Senior High gym
with 34 point while Booty Devils
; Nipped
effort final regular season game for Lakeland and M
losing Mike MeGinms It was the
Btheridge netted 20 for the
finished with 19 point losers, WINTER HAVEN The Tampa them with a 147 record overall and 9.7 in Western Conferen

_to wee ZeohvrhilU. The Planters finished with a Jefferson High Hraonni. competition. They host the Group 9, Class AA, Region: III tool

I'.14-O record while the Bloodhounds nipped the Winter i.wli;: ney here Friday and Ssturday Friday In the second game th f

ended in ..5 tie with Blue Devil. 53-51. here Tilde> will play Tampa King with Winter Haven meeting Brandonthe

Hsrdee for second place night in a Western ConfercnciMsketball r opener at 7 p.m. The two winner meet Saturday for tH

UUNDAL IHwrMt S.ItM game, the season'finale s l title and a berth in the regional affair the following Wt J
._.... .. w.NNI 1.-a. Nine for both team. group ------
t 1-4*--.It..J;.ct.:m..C:1.-*.JMM. .S U Paul Fernandez led the Dragon In Tampa Chamberlain gym and out and then Mangle !
.. .. ahead
h. II It 4t. Manatee had forged by *
PLANT CITT D...... It I-II. with 20 point and Ric in the fma sprinted for LIven straighij!
1'...... '_1. wat.m. ,..-e. ANeu.LIa. Roberson's$ wa* high for Winter at least five points to take the lead.A .
ruiton a.i. e m nr>M quarter only to have Lakeland points
ri S-J4. Ww :+ t. TM.K. *4 itAo'S7NK.iY"toTe Haven pair of foul shots by Ie
,N1r.I The Jayvee contest went to 3- close the gap Shelnut of Lakeland tied tb
i* i4-45 Jefferson 59-49. With a minute left Bob Oen-
l at the end of the thirl
PLANT CITY It IT XS U-et score
brink stole the ball and his
period but Manatee thl
Hardee Gains Tie Fort Meade Loses layup tied the score for Lake- grabbed
CONGRATS WINNERS-Mf. sad Mt Albert Curry .> tZi S. Ie...le*.r4 wea the .ImWnrf.wife land at 5..... Lakeland then lead and held It until the firul

WALCHULA: The Hardee FORT MEADE Fort Meade Ltktkne' Law. iwlie/ Club Manly The winners, .r left. re*.... HM. wlniw,'. rr.p>y rrm obtained possession and tried two minute in the last period|

High Wildcats of Wauchula post Itgh'i Miners bowed, 62.54, here Club' rretMeftt Freak Hell 104,. **4 Mn. Ira !,.'* ** ., '09 liltmw Piece, wke ,1ee.1II! _...., for one shot by controlling the Then came Lujack't shot an.

ed a 65.59 victory over the Bar. Friday night to the North Fort ",.tch, Tan.y *>M .... of series. .! club .H.ln dines the M*.... (&.4(.. Pk" r* ly Hykn.> ball for the final minute. the Lakeland victory. the
Myer High Red Knight in a won J Jay v e 1
.. ...'"..... .". 're ;tow High Yellow Jackets here non-conference basketball con- But a lost ball was cooped game 75-38. Several of the Dr |

sad MMily inu1OPEN I Friday night to gain a tie for,est. Kathleen Bows Dreadnought Baseball up by the Hurricanes and Gordon stroyer will probably be mO'lup s:|

second place with Auburndale Paul Schaill the Miners Tyler's basket sent Manatee to the vanity before tournnltime )
,In the Southwest Florida Conference paced ahead. 61-59, with about 20 next FrIday.
8:30 AM. 11 :00 P.M. basketball rnce with 19 point*. I seconds left With Just 10 *econd -
Team In Season
RENTAL CLUBS 1' Hardee ; dW Auburndale both To Lake WalesThe Opener remaining Dan Shermanhit MANAY'0"e" "" PI' ,.

I finished the SWC season with' from the corner to tie the

9.S records jYloe Golfers Lakeland's Dreadnaughd will Deal Ricky Pelck and possibly score again for Lakeland. Lu.cN Plow LI:; I i.1 i l i
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Lamar Shackleford tossed In Lake Wales High High-" open their baseball season Friday -Joe Shelnut. Manatee called time out. C.rlloa' I aTril.

1 1t@fr4CENTER( 17 points to pace Hardee's come- ander* and the Kathleen High afternoon at Tampa when The schedule They took the ball out and a .: ":::::. : I I UW.
'ram-behind victory while Bar.ItOW" Red Devil ended their regular they clash with the Chamberlain pn. as CkMMrt.,11 van. .=w":: :::::: '. e I { :
Season Southwest Florida Conference Mainj:: ri.nium*. scramble ensued near the SMhr .......... I .
Open Chief. _
Tommy Howell led allscorer basketball season Friday after- The first home for M._ ..JNL.M...,,--h k INI..IW (N), Lakeland basket with Lujack T.ui. .... .. sa i* h i4 ii
with 22.Hornets. game "Mad II K.N ...... getting the shot off Just at the
noon at the Kathleen gym will: Lakeland will be March with Mad I' 0.._ a.... LAKELAND
.....,. .
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M.rd at It '' /. buzzer
Lake Wale 46-43 dec! "II "I' nA PPT |
taking a ._ .
Jefferson at Henley Field at 3. CNmMr INn ANN (N). seat ut
Win Here Friday .ion. 7:30: p.m. They will clash with Mad aNWm5.II _.',''M.Y.nawh.... INa.l /. "We felt he had travelled." declared 5150455., : .:: :: :: :. V iiI I I I'h:

1740 New Tampa Hwy Kathleen will host Auburn- 10 : a.N Atone INI. an unhappy Coach Sonny Ii's-i :: ::.: 'i if:
March at 7:30
DADE CITY The Hsmes Hillsborough 1. ".......... ... .. . .
686-061 dale Bartow and Pasco of acelI .__ama Powell after the game. !t was
In another home tussle.
City High Hornets closed out Dade p.m. Aal/ If flmnt' as,,.. INI ad mN .:::::' I I 5 i li;
Jamie Jackson their Southwest Florida Conference Rollins College and Florida City Friday and Saturday The Dreadnaughta will conclude aceN...N.ll.Mr.ix>" .w.,.. another tough one to lose. ..._tee .. ..... .
In the Class A, 4 ANA Wmtor Hmrtn ...
Southern College golfers tangle Region their 28 al Sherman was high for Lakeland
season April
Golf Professional' basketball season here Totals ..... (I IS ii ii Si i
in the opening golf match of the Group 13 tournament. Kathleen Winter Haven and then vie for with 21 points while Paul ...... by ..aarrNMANATe.
Friday night with a 65-58 victory MONGO WINS las it 11-11
and Auburndale will meetIn
Florida Intercollegiate Conference the right to represent this Jackson got 14, 10 of them In LA".U"O 11 II II 11-.1
over the Pasco High Pirates of .. ........
the first game at 7 Dm. Off..I" ''u sin _.
golf season Friday at group la the State baseball the second half. Oenbrlnk with
'Cleveland Height golf club. Fridayolbwed by Bartow tourney. MIAMI. Fla. (AP) Wayne II was the other double-figure

I The Macs will be under the and Pasco a 11 p.m. The two Lakeland will play a round. Camber gave Mongo a brilliant corer for Lakeland.Sherman' PERSOL BEATS
winner will play for a berthIn ride Saturday and the
direction
of Hal
W.terl. new- Win.
robin with Tampa King
the regional playoff at 8 chestnut hone hooting gave EDDIE COTTONNEW
ly named golf coach at FSC. ter Haven and Brandon with the captured the Lakeland a lead they held for

TIME I The Mocs have been playing p.m.Friday Saturday.afternoon' team sporting the best won.lost 130.800; Widener Handicap by ahead all of the first period until the YORK (AP>-Hi* youthful -
A practice game over .tret h-runnlng Sunrise
/ at Cleveland
games in
mark this
scheduled representing group Hurricanes finally went aheadin exuberance stood Johnny
as a night contest
Heights for the past month. the regional tourney. Except for Flight. the second period mostly on
was changed due to a conflicting Admiral Vic finished third and Persol in good stead in hIS fight
Topping the Moc varsity will Brandon, all other foes are the shooting of Rick Carlson
school with the veteran Eddie Cotton
Lake
event at Wale
Hot Dust fourth
be was at the end
FOR Scudder Gray beat of West
Western Conference teems who led Manatee with 20
; Kathleen off to 10-5 points at Madison Square Garden Fri
jumped <
a
; of the 1 4 mile feature
run
Hartford Conn., lone senior on on a
Jim Miller and Ed White will
first period lead but the Early In the third period day night.
the team. Other returning let- visiting sloppy track In the good time of
Highlander! rallied and took a handle the Lakeland Dread 2 minute. 115 seconds Lakeland loomed to a S-poInt Knocked through the ropes for
termen include Bud
:
SPORTS Bar Hersey, 20.17 halftime margin In the naught baseball team again this Mongo slight favorite edge on The shooting of Jackson a count of seven in the sixth
ir Harbor Maine, and Don a over
season As was the case last
third MU- and Deal but
Coach Don Kenny the New
Richards of West Palm Beach. quarter Admiral Vic with the crowd of a round 23-year-old
o ler'i Red Devil built a 34-29 year the season will begin carried long shot by Sherman went in Yorker bounced back and
Both art Juniors. 127.008. the same weight I
earlier than In the past to
advantage before the Highlander per. 10-round decision
ALL
gained a split
Newcomer who ,a* Admiral Vic-125 pounds-
earn spots mit high schools to complete
of Coach Don Fair *
caughtfire televised
on the Macs squad are Grover and outscored their host. their season and the date and paid $7.60. $-4 80 and $3.40. I In the nationally
Malheney of Canal Zone Ed Sunrise Flight 119 scrap.
; tourney by mid-May. Until 63 packing
17-11
In the final eight minute for
WAYS. i' Cerlanl of Quincy, Mass.t Dick Stan McDonald. Kathleen he state tourney was usually pound with Larry Adam In the DREADNAUGHT It was a disappointment Seattle
the 37-year-old Cotton from
Dorman of Freeport IlL; Tom center, led all scorer with II held in mid.June, in most cases addle, paid 4.60 and $3.20 SCORING
: the No. 1 light heavyweight
Elsenberg of Miami Beach after schools had closed. The while Admiral Vic, with Mickey
point, despite the fact be o ra ,rr TFIJJ making .
and Mark Matte of Albany, Solomone returned I{1-. .. .. . contender who was
fouled out. Kathleen also lost new tourney time also did away up S3 20 for > tl S4tl
!
ROLEX DATEJUST 'lick,, .. .. .. > 1.1 4t 2M his Garden debut after 18year
ROLEX Ga.The the services of M forward with any conflict with exam the show D..I .. ... 51 5. n..,i'
....... .... .
moonfl c n t 25. Moc schedule: .i._ l1 no at ills a* a pro.Persol
Harden because of periods Once again the Widener colors : .. .. ...
Ralph toom.n 70 II N I".u.
'.*. U _.111... Ce..... k.m>. 54Nnw. :........ the favorite won 5.41
II 31 NM.
3'
lewd Oyster P rpctuol Your woicK, just 01 the clothe you wear ........*. IX twtt.ii. UmvOT.>h> ..._ fouls. Currently seeking spots on were missing from the win : tl referee Arthur Mere.nte'lcard.

Chrooom. should reflect your ducriminoting taste I_, Ma.. C..I|.4 M Cu..Nr5Md.ON._.......'..C....".._. 1'hwn.M.r _...... Lee DeBault paced the Lake baseball the Lakeland Dreadnaught Ronnie ner' circle a* George D Widener -:..Idni. :/ f ;..; :1 li 1 a1fN. M:on Judge George Walsh hadit
Wale attack with 12 and team are of
el.r with" 'IngeniousCylops >r M. inviUtwntl 1'........ points nephew the man whobuilt : :. .. 6-4 for Persol while judge
ond judgment. ,ae.G. CNN: : =I. Tommy Bush added 11 to the Baker Joe Barber Tim Co- Hialeah Into one of the I :,... :" i i a1Y.Ialn
...., 2t M. ........ Bill Recht it to Cotton.
lent which ami InwtljitiMitl 1' i ;; ; ratarain 1 gave
_..< Cw.l G._ winning effort ker, Elwood DuVall, Bobby world' great race ; .
courses sent
,....... ,.. ... 532. So did The Associated
.
mognifitt the dole '_Aa 2........,....ki In1rC_ C... Cwal c-. ,,,.TMU'ft It N' ..., LAM. .It ll'pt.Illvtp Gales Mike llaseman, AI out an entry of Top Gallant and 5i..c. 5a AVSHAOI al ./II" I Press 5.4.1.

for easy reoding 0..Ash.., _Hrf.*.....,1.i,._., .C........Car.1'CMIck .,. 1 t 30''t.I w..'''..'... 550MA..N 4dttr 3CI. Hudson Hal Hunt. Endymlon. r.n.h NOu'.' w..n. _
A.. 1 Pi..... ,nla.ow .... '*"" i e s.wols I 0 1 Lamar Keene Sonny Martin
Dote ..... ,. ..
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a" t. Ii 1 U C tom oticolly tmidniohl .'or m. n.,k'M C.,. Cer.lA ... mm e S WA.4kM e ( Myers, M I ell Pennlngton Rochelle Beats
f, It slot** Unlv I .r ty D.l. ... : : -" f y
Com.I _.Am... tl riwid.... Cnf.r...M CkApr _.I:,ssr:.\:: J 1:1: ; John Rhodes. Jerry Roberts 0
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pistely I waterproof + ; : 10 r.n* r Cvltott kwnt. ---I --- Chuck Rose Douglas 9067Rochelle'
TOTAL It Hi'TOTAL* IS II II ,62CHEVY
4, --. .. .wrwnlaaas Ken Rowlett Dickie Smith,
end Mil- s\
cwales" y IT 1740Ma David Swindell Bruce Talcott,
I [ 1 1. lN Panther swept a
winding, 18K gold 1 I Ken Titus and Ronnie Wade 90 .67 Negro Southwest Conference II

COM with matchIng DeBaugh, Snyder When the Lakeland basketball prep cage victory over

I 18K gold I f Win Shuffle Meet team ends its season several Douglas of Sebrmg Friday night
other players are expected to at the Rochelle High gym. 5 To Choose From
bracelet $1.000
Chester beBaugh and Cecil join the team Including Kenny The Panther were led by
With, strap. $550 James Foster who tallied 36 1295
Snyder teamed to win the Friday -
fit *wlth cola. afternoon amateur shuffle Wagonettes Play points on 15 field goals and six

Crown ond crystal tourney at the Civic Center foul shot*. Other double-figure

intact court with a 61.2 victory over Orlando TodayThe corer for the Panther of

H. C. Bonathan and Carl Hauke. Lakeland were Charles Abrams PENDARVIS
R 0 a Volkswagonettei
and Roosevelt IS
In an earlier match Hauke Pugh each
OFFICIAL TIME PIECE Bonathan downed Clem Keith women' basketball team will and Robert Hamilton with H
play the Orlando Rebel today CHEVROLET CO
and Willis Harold 5149. The Panthers also won the
AT DAYTONA 500 TODAY. .t 3:30: p.m. at the Kathleen jayvee 36.35. Lee Co
A field of 11 court was In game *- 310 No, Florida Ass,
Senior High School
play. gym. tine with 11 led the winners
There will be no admission Rochelle is 17-7 for the Lakeland
Friday morning Eva Bell and now t,
Gerald Cowan teamed to win,charge and women' rules will season and 155 In loop play. rt

Geo. L. Gaines Jewelers the Draw-Your-Partner tourney prevail. Coach of the Wagon- They play at Lake Wales to- ,
ties is Judy Anderson
with a 42.15 win over Stanley morrow night in a league game
Bell and John Cunningham.I The probable opening lineup with Roosevelt High.
112 S. Tenn. Aye, MU 2.2131 ;I \\1Q They also beat Dell Warner and for the Wagonettes: Sandy ------ --

Carl Werner 65-18 while Bell.: iussum, Janice Durrance and
Lakeland I HAL WATERS Cunningham beat Bill Brewer Hiss Anderson forwards, Gra
New Mac Golf CeechRemoves ,
and Pearl Jack 41.10. Winnerswon cla Thompson Betty Parrish

and Pat Kennedy guards. Reserves .
the fish prize I
Winner of Thursday' Draw- Include: Laura Emory the liIdtCp shoo

Your Partner shuffle tourney Charlotte Harrell, Sandra Lons-

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b t Thompson with a 59.29 win over' Post and Sandra Vines

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r LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, Feb. 23. IMI! S-D
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FWM"J Illinois


Specks, Bass f Large Field Slated



', r a Upsets I

Dominate Reportsj for Valencia Regatta



t W I Gophers .

a LAKE ALFRED-More than two heats are scheduled In each
'i By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting / class.
I v CHAMPAIGN. III. AP Bill 100 entries are expected to compete
(
l Editor )- Since the first regatta on

FInfJpday we'll list some of the catches reported by Edwards, team captain making today In the 19th annual April 7, 1946 speeds have in

Bobby Walker of the Cherry Pocket Fish Camp, and by Doug a rare start scored 21 points Valencia Regatta on Lake Ai created horn 43 miles per hourto

lenningsenninga' Fish Camp both on Lake Pierce, which and led seventh-place Illinois toa better than 60 mph The

*e dldn't.bave space for Friday. 86-78 upset of Minnesota In a fred.Races begin at 12 noon and times are expected to be even

FlrstjJor Walker: "Specks were hitting good despite the Big.Ten basketba.ll game Saturday run to 5.30: p.m. The regatta Is faster today.Real.tralton.

lugh winds Most of them nice size Peggy Purvis and Ted sponsored by the Lake Alfred for the events will
Illinois snapped a five-game close 11:30 today. The
Lions Club and sanctioned by at a.m.
Wood of Lakeland had 42; E. M. and D. W Manning of Tampa
streak for 45
losing .
tad 40.'.1P a loop the American Power Boat Asoclatlon re-surveyed race course now 'Is

mark. approved for records being I
"MrTand Mrs. J. P. Bomas of Alturas had 'W; Shorty and i The Gophers, who had been the entries from 37 2/3 miles around the horn

W F. Mixon of Lake Wales had 23. Bass hit good one after. only one game behind leaders stales Among and Europe are Bud Drivers In each heat will be re

,.. .. J Ohio State and Michigan thus Wlget of Lakeland Jack Stanford quired to complete three laps.

TOMM! MV TIBM .... e.k *. |M4 ?,,,, Mf, li Dub Parker no
.... : .. aiia of Englewood,
.SjJX'S1, } "" "* alas *" "" *" three left.
,.
games of Gadsden Ala., Josef charge for the regatta and
Ko 14, 1044 Mlah 00 low ,
em II II tide
... ,.r' *Jn' **"* "**** ':**: "*" '"' .'*, ."" own ,,.m.. tU Edwards scored the first four Ulrlch of Slslkon Switzerland free parking will be provided.
nueto 4Hr a./4 points as Illinois trailed
never
.. J .., and Dieter Schulze of At. Officials for the regatta are
and then pumped In a 10 of the
'
noon (the first of the week) we had two limit catches I finally mini's first 19 points In the second tong, Austria. C W. (Wally) Adams, Winter

got time to go out fishing myself and got my limit! Carl Kim. half which left Minnesotafar The speed boats will competeIn Haven referee; George Levnes,,

berlaln from Tennessee got 10 bass from one to three pounds." IIG TOTS IN .CT'ON-l..4. P-oto9ropkor Tom Hutko inoppoj lop golf proi Arnold olmor' behind at 6445. the following classes: A Lake Alfred timer; Bill Hick

And;Jennings says: "Fishing was improving until bad .nol Jack Nlcklavi' In ocHon af!,,,4.,', ..hl;.ltl.. .> ,.1", Cola |olf awns with ,.1",., wlnnlnf. It was only the fifth start of stock hydro C racing runabout. man Lake Alfred starter;Walt Ed
outboard Lakeland scorer;
leather Tuesday. Bass fishing fair casting-specks were com At loft '.1", lolocti clwb and Hion "'..c", on. atir af II.. '...(h. Nlckloui Burrs "/hil. Skip" the season for Edwards who began C stock B stock hydro hydro A D stock Harvey Blankenstein Lakeland measurer

ing |In pa beds before wind stopped them but expect they will Aloiandor, far light, "'rarcl... Palmar's' that from the toush hit the 574.... lid 'h.... !, to perk In recent games hydro hydro., B outboard hydro andC James C. Telford Lake

be again by last of the week. Hvhn) The Gophers led by Don outboard hydro. Cash prizes Alfred mayor pit manager, and

"Robert: Hagy of Lakeland had four bass; Louis Kemp of Yates with 19 and Archie Clark will be awarded to the first Dr Kenneth W, Jackson Lake

!Indiana had a five.pound bass and Dwight Davis of New York with 16, made a futile spurt late three places In each heat and Alfred medical officer.

City had four base North Prep Grid Team FrostproofNips in the 8174.game to trim Illinois' leadto

"Jval McDonald of Indiana had 35 of
specks out the pads BOAT"' TRAILER and NEW MERC
P. S. Campbell and Bob Vie of Bartow had 25 specks; R. A. HawksFROSTPROOF

Chatterton of Tampa had 18 specks; Joseph Reeves of Winter Named For Star Tilt Rain Postpones

Haven had 25 specks. The Frost

"R. A. Chatterton had 18 shellcrackers out of open water proof High Bulldogs rallied Ballplayers Golf 1 11 l

and Steve Powell of Dundee had 35 shellcrackers. GAINESVILLE (AP) The .a KoUMithl..,,.wW/. Jim Trloy, JaokeenvllloQuartorbacka from a 27-17 halftime deficit to
North squad for the annual high Harmon w...., outscore the visiting Santa Fe MIAMI (AP)-Showers Saturday
J.1. .. .,.... .
school summer all-star football W.ld=IL.YI0/Mn..$., MarianneOtner NNl Catholic High Crimson Hawksof caused postponement of the
here in b... Tommy Olonn, I....* Lakeland 37-17 In the final third round of the Baseball H.P.Eltc.
game August was announced nville Biaaulti W.... McCall Oealaiim I Players 35 .

Dates, Sites For Public MeetingsSome by Carey McDonald, Booth lu.","0..Lenny... o>arki.._aokby. Daytonoeach Moran two periods and gain a 54-441 Golf Tournament and the Mere.15Ft. .

executive secretary of the Flor Mainland! Chuck Flora. Parry! victory here Friday night In a championship will be decided on
days ago we mentioned that the meetings In which !>e.n.. ..0.., Choctewltateheei Wayneh Cebio Beet
ida Athletic Coaches Associa M Itoni > rr Oill Detandi and non the public I Is Invited to express opinions on hunting and fishing = We.1w 5 d, pIIM :. Frostproof Tournament director George Worry Tilt Trailer

rules would be held earlier this year than usual and we also tion.This game sponsored by the sweep by ba.ketballgame'l Jacobus said In case of a tie

ran the cities In this area and the dates. But we now have Florida High School Activities Lakeland Cagers contest, 53-41. Sunday at the end of the regulation 29500

the times and places. Association, is played each yearin Coach Frank Mattox's Bulldogs 18 holes a sudden death

The meetings In our area with the times, dates and places conjunction with a weeklong Advance In Meet held Santa Fe center playoff would be held.

are: Dade City March 9, Civic Center; Bartow March 10. clinic for high school coaches Mario Monte to four points. Leading at the end of 36 holes 8

Court House; Tampa March 11, Criminal Court Room, CourtHouse An all-star basketball game also TAMPA Dick's Auto Salesof Monte who was averaging more with 5-over-per 149s were New

third floor; Sebring March 12, City Pier on Lake Jack ia played. Lakeland top-seeded advanced than 22 points per outing York Yankee pitcher Ralph Terry

son. Head football coach for the to the semifinals of the fouled out early In the second and Los Angeles outfielder Al-

There are 29 such meetings to be held around the state North this year Is Carl Madisonof Tampa Independent Basketball period I bie Pearson. One stroke behind
Milton. He will be assistedby Don Sebastian led the Frost them was Kenneth Harrellson
during the month and it Is important that you attend. If youdon't tournament here Friday night '
Bolen of Orlando proof surge with 17 points and Kansas City Infielder
Tommy the MacDill All-
by eliminating
the fellows that do and express their wants just might I
Doyle Kelley hit for 14. John MERCURYOUTBOARD
Boone and Sam Mitchell of Ver- Other contenders are Paul
I Stare 85-70 at the Trailer Park
them and might not with
get they agree yoursl! non. Stanton finished with 10 pointsto Richards, Houston Colts, 154,
,
The Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission will set the The Ne.M Null gym cop honors for Santa Fe.Lawn Bob Shaw San Francisco and

final rules at a meeting In Tallahassee in late April. In the I In/-ae. 0.31 hrd,Yrh.. 0.11,1., JMYanvllle 5N/,51 II."c.'... Frank Etheridge the former sANtA" P/ I rsoTrsoor Virgil Trucks, Pittsburgh Pirates SALES & SERVICE
5541 0.5505.1 I.5.
past the final meetings have been each In the month of MwM, ... ........ City ftuth4 rt4. r4Ji KtnHart. Auburndale High star tossed In MCINMo 7 p1..Na5 a 1111M.wan
year Orv.l.me1TrH 35 to lead the Lakeland .; : 5.a.ur, 1 0 156, and Al Dark San 1415 E. Parker MU 2-3759 Lakeland
July and there wasn't time for the new'rule, to be printed > .t Marwwy ..Idwini, Jetch- points M1n1. -"'" Francisco 157
t>*ftvill. LMI OtN r..t teINM Chierf- automen Etheridge hit 17 of {anon .. i load Im I. ; I
,...., ...,...., .,
and distributed until after they were In effect. Thus, many II. 1 5
Dulh li.hR.Itl .Ml, I"5 M.'_. 17 from the free line. Jerry Mash:: I. : : sn 545
people were In violation unknowingly. The earlier meetings : 554,'.. 1 I o5m11.p. 1 II
Out.7d.
I -22,04,1.n: .. ivtl1t>i Wolfe added 11 for Dick's quin
will correct this. Larry *.nears !> :55355.10 J.ti!
'Dn'W ::
S.tprtam. Imo r, ___
PM l. T.... tet.In TOTALS ..
TOTALS
=.. Ch.irlM DuckworthoPvnPE last night's semifinal con- ..... ersass..... 113111,
And this day ends the hunting season in Florida for 1963-64
I teat Dick's gained a berth In the sANTA 'S 115 5 5-44
except for those turkey gobbler spring hunts in some special Retains Lead finals by defeating Standard 011 rsosy05000..54 1 15 III

areas. Quail and squirrel hunting ends tonight statewide.If ; ; of Clearwater 9079. Dale Fair Bowlers Name

you are interested in taking part In the spring gobbler Webster Cops TitlePolk Lake Wales High coach netted

hunts contact the local office of the Game and Fresh Water 29 points on seven field goals Officers For ClubThe

Fish Commission for times, places costs etc. Electric held its first and 15 free throws to pace the

place spot In the City Basket automen Into the finals. following were elected officers .

ball League while Webster Ave of the Lakeland Lawn
The Lakelanders will face the
nue Baptist captured the first Bowling Club for the ensuing
winner of the Tampa Roofing-
BOWLINGLou half title in the Recreation Basketball Largo Merchants contest at 8 year: C. A. Anderson president

League this past week. pm. today at the Trailer Park ; Emrya Davis, vice president
I IM
Still chalked up a fine ,." Individual _.... Allao C.... The PE quintet strengthenedtheir gym located at 2300 N. Argon. ; George H. Sinks, secretary at4-t.iirt

(35 aeries in the Variety 555.N..... ,.. .lduol ...... Alrtna Inaal10 ,-, lead (8.1) with a 68-48 decision ; and Leonard B. Job, treas

League at Lakeland Lanes. ... '". IT! OAWIS ,, over Dixie Del (2-8). In urer.

She had games of 184. 222 I5 A'.15.,. Inca'lahoT'la'T'i J. Bakinaen,I other games Dixie Del also for Rangers Trade 2 Named as committee chair. _

and 229 for her 635 set one of : w.olitoi...... S.MoCarney Tl ..,-.. a.IO, I. felted to B&J Market (3-7). man were: H. Floyd Ramsey

the top series for a woman Coo, l-l.l t. A.wailNusShehwnale.lOl M. B&J won over Plant City (4-S), To Leafs For 5 games, James Best house and

bowler this season. I. 66-60 while Gene's Upholstery grounds; Col. Frank J. Hall'

riNOUSTSB LSAOUChrifty ((8-2) retained third place 'with tournament; William Davidson
wen tae TORONTO __
N m". I... 40 lo victories over Southeastern (4-S), (AP-Toronto of membership; John W. Peele,
ITAII .
MOliN INca
.
Won LealOunn't D..1.elk federal. T1. c.. .. OB1 aN* 10'0 ati"t 61-44 and the Bombers (1.7), the National Hockey League acquired publicity; Harry H. Muggins,
7 Sinclair .5. m :: N.... Oaam ....... Balk federal,, 014 Andy Bathgate and center
1: Mutual of Oman :: : :: N,5n MM _.... 9341. The Bombers also bowedto welfare; and Mrs. Ira Spur-
1 Peik federallioh
... .. lI'l.U
... 115 N Don
1 McKenney from the .
4 Ntekery fi...... .. .. 101 TI NPn IMw..w5MM I. SN.n.1n. Southeastern 69-43 goon, entertainment. Club directors aJ
Neh barn ......, Mutual of Omaha, M.." 1..1.0.".' ..,.... 0'.. WI'. The Webster cagers clipped New York Rangers Saturday In are Alexander McIntyre ara ,PI
T _I... Mutual of 0....".. MM I... exchange for forwards Bob Nev-
'MN.Sn' barn IT' o.rnn" Peoples Bank. 59-M. to take the Gayle Schofield. Walter C.
.Aft WolI.- '... .....,.. In Dick Duff and three minor
... Phr/A/ ,
IndivMlual .. .. B.ta Waod"S 115, I. II.b.....: a... first half Recreation loop crown Spracklm! and_ Ben ..Brunsvold.

' !.*.*"Individual _1_ M.rllr.SMn.d ......ohta. l-4i: Jor harm L."Wl54.51., S"lOl Bat' Car.j *... and immediately went after the league players.The I

7/700 r-j. Beberte: lit Mary > .10 second half title by whippingthe Leafs announced Duff and
eaMu/ ti..II
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1 Gloria (reklne I-IOi -
SI BiU...,..woodnouoe'. aoll MarilynMrav"s lay, 4"Si Ollie Jackaen, I.t.15.f Ma Independents 76-59. Wesley Nevin would be in Ranger uniforms MORTGAGE LOANS i i t Heie's Just one of tho lone list of reasons

2017OAMlS I Memorial edged the Catholic for a meeting between the why should bo a SUIe-Mait man
,.. 157. 711. FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. you
Morll S.hn.w.
ON eVmIo 3.IOJ 551'53 CYPRIaL1A0v1 Youth. 47-41, as Webster trimmed two clubs at Maple Leaf Gardens Or FLORIDA I J' superb. jurr-hiim-tailoring expert attention
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-.! Ne I.-"l kovarnesircai. Wen "io" Wesley Memorial. 68-42. Saturday night and Bath. it ou* BuoiNies
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to detail that ( quality
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LAKELAND--'--- -LEDGER- ----Sunday----Feb.- 2S INI

French Envoy In Red China I IN THE MILITARY SERVICELAKELAND


HONG KONG (AP-The new Red China today from this Brit Atlantic Fleet, takes advantage, apprentice HSN. son of Mr. all(I begun his Basic Combat Train James Connally AFB, Tex The lug physical conditioning, p*

French charge d'affaires to Peking I lib crown colony. of the favorable Caribbean! Mrs. Dewitt T. Dasher Jr., 0122M f Ing at Fort Jackson S.C, where airman Is the son of Mrs. Hull rades and ceremonies and other

Claude Chayet, entered He Is going by train to Can Franklin R. Hudson, boiler- weather to conduct amphibious Weber St., Lakeland all 1 be lies been assigned F. Green of Rt. 5, Plant City. military subjects Three weeks

,ton and from there by plane to man second class, USN son o f warfare exercises and High I to Company GUNTER AFB, Ala.-Airman were spent on the rifle rang
Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Hud., Robert E. Basle dental technl B 12th and
Peking, where he will arrive training operations firing the M M rifle other .
of (39 South Missouri Ave.. 'clan second class, USN, son 0 r 3 Brigade Third Class Ovid V. Hargrett
Sunday to take up his post son Marine Private Barry B. Car Battalion Infantry weapons __
BUILDING AND Paris and Peking established Lakeland, is participating In ity, son of Mr and Mrs. Grant,Mr and Mrs. Robert Baxla o'r of the U.S. Jr. of Plant City, Fla, Is being :

REMODELINGBARGAINS diplomatic relations Jan 27 I "Operation Springboard" aboard Caiity of 2527 Weber St., Lakeland '4230 Churchill Drive, Lakeland Army Training reassigned to Wright-Patterson
I the destroyer USS Witek in the has completed four weeksof 'participated In "0 p e ra tll'Springboard" n; Center, Infantry I AFB' Ohio, following his graduation GLASS
Italy has been a member of Caribbean. The exercise conducted individual combat training at This 1 II the from the technical training
the United Nations since 1951 I annually by units of the the infantry Training Regiment,, aboard the heavq t First phase of course for United States Air
Exterior Door -- --- Marine Corps Base: Camp Lejeune. -'cruiser USS Newport News Ir I his six months Force medical laboratory specialists

j N.C.While the Caribbean. active duty at Gunter AFB, Ala.
designs We hove In exterior a wide mohooony choice of with the regiment all Army PFC Kenneth C. Blew raining with the i' Airman Hargrett. son of Mr.

doors ranging In price from new Marines are trained in tactical -ett, son of Mr and Mrs. Clarence (rmy and a WYNN and Mrs. O V. Hargrett Sr of 110s.I
$12.50 up.Spruce. and combat skills needed )art of the obll- Rt. 6, Plant City, learned to collect E
C Blewett, who live or I
he incurred enlist biological
for battle Emphasis was placedon latlon upon prepare and analyze
Route 2, Lakeland was assigned in the Dur-
ShelvingAn the small unit tactics the ing Army Reserve, specimens to aid physl
four-man fire team and the 13- to the 3d Infantry at Fort: Ing his basic training he will be clans in the diagnosis treatmentand
excellent grade In <6< 8,
10. 12 inch boards ot $15.00per man squad I ICASITY Myer, Va., late In January. introduced to a wide variety of prevention of diseaseAuburndole .

hundred bd ft. Blewett Is assigned u a guard:, Infantry skills along with Intensive ..I THAT'S
physical conditioning He
at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier .
Wood Paneling will attend classes In the tradition -
In the Honor Guard Company of the service, character Pvt Charles R. llenson, son OUR

ot Western$15.00 per Knotty hundred Pine V bd.Joint ft. of the Infantry's lat Battalion guidance, and the role of the of Mrs Mable V Henson 321
a er Army In the world Many!Arlana Ave, Auburndale, is BUSINESS
Light or dork pref meshed mahogany at Arlington, Va. Blew. today.
plywood ot6c\ ft ando ett entered the Army In April of his instructors. are combat scheduled to complete an elght-
choice of 100 kinds shipped veterans of World War II and week advanced infantry training
1963 and completed basic train. i
on short order from docks In the Korean course at the U S. Army Train-
tog at Fort Gordon, Ga The 17 conflict.
Tampa ing Center, Fort Gordon, Ga.,
year-old soldier attended Kath Solon R. Harrtlsen seaman,
Feb. IS. Henson Is receiving instruction GLASS
Armstrong Ceilings 1. ices High School USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Solon In the various phases AUTO

We keep 0 good Inventory of BROOM Robert G. Whtpple of Lake- E. Harrelson of 1121 West Sixth of highly technical skills his future e BUILDINQ GLASS OF ALL
selling, ,I trio In the popular patterns FOR 25 YEARS and, Fla., has been promotedto St.. Lakeland, departed Feb 8 work In the Army will require KINDS
THE FINEST ENDORSEMENTOF Marine Private Alvin Broom airman first class in the United from Mayport, Fla., aboard the of him as an infantryman. e ALUMINUM ENTRANCE
Jr. son of Mr and Mrs. Alvin States Air Force. Airman destroyer USS Ault for a tour The soldier enteredthe DOORS
23-year-old
Redwood LumberThe EGER CONCRETE BLOCKSIS Broom of 701 West Myrtle St., Whipple, an information special1st of duty with the Sixth Fleet in Army last September and e STORE FRONT METALS

best wood for oil outside THE HIGH CALIBEROF Lakeland, completed advanced is assigned to the 4637th the Mediterranean area completed basic training at Fort MIRRORS
Inch widthsFar uses In. 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 combat training Feb. 10 at the Support Squadron at McGuIre Marine Staff Sergeant R. L. ,Gordon e METAL SASH MATINGCENTRAL

THE Infantry Training Regiment AFB NI The airman, son of Body, son of Mr and Mrs. R. -
these end "easy mere CONTRACTORSWHO Camp Lejeune, N.C. The training Mr. and Mra. Austin G. Whip- Brady of 2272 Martha Ave.. ,
bargains cane tee us er t'eI '
I a shone cell.EAST Is the final phase of basic ple of 1839 Coolidge Road, Lakeland Lakeland Is participating in
USE THEM training and teaches the Marine Is a graduate of Fitchburg Operation Springboard with GLASS & MIRROR CO.

SIDE small unit tactics and the live (Mass.) High School He attend Marine Medium I Helicopter' \"" .. 302 N. Ingrahom Are
firing of weapons under simulated -ed Fitchburg; State College and Squadron 264 in the Caribbean w4 Phesse MUtool 4UJOYNER'S
LUMBER COMPANY B e combat conditions Upon Florida Southern College He 1s area. -.. 11-

Hmey 92 I mile lest ef graduation he will be transferred a member of Theta Chi Kenneth Robert Beebe, son of
lit. pleat to a Corps post or station for Private Joseph B. Wynn son Mrs. Mary Beebe, 405 Francis JOTTINGSGood
hoes MU 2-4651 duty. of Mr. and Mrs. Baford Wynn of Blvd.. Lakeland graduated from ...

Dewltt L. Dasher III, seaman 022 Rose Street Lakeland, has officers candidate school at ..- morning! One of the
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Fort Benning, Ga., on Thursday
:: N KJltHLL most attractive items for the
.
home today is wood shutters
OPEN DAILY 7:30 A.M. TILL 5:30 P.M. SATURDAYS I Lt. Beebe will be assigned to Nichols We find that we are doing more
UNTIL 4:00
SCOTTY sfZ: DRIVE IN : : : P.M., the Infantry school at Fort Ben and more business with these
ISLAND S. C.
sing, as an Instructor PARRIS useful and dec.
FOLLOW I (FHTNC)-Marin* Private Kenneth ontive ahutters
THE MAP
AND SAVE RUBBEROID
IS-YEAR BOND Winter Haven H Kltchel son of Mr*. We have many
TO SAVINGS Ruby M. Kltchel of Nichols, 1s
lists in stock
Asphalt Shingles Airman Second Class Clarence scheduled to complete recruit and
on special
M. Pegues of Winter Haven raining February 18, at the
Fla, has received a new Marine Corp Recruit Depot order we can

duty assignment following grad Parris Island, S. C. The training size give you any

Coven 100 'q, fR .. .. nation communications from a special course Air at Force Good included drill, bayonet traln- and,any any special shape
e _
I 1 $689 r fellow AFB, Tex) Airman color you desin
/ 235 Ibs .
per square.Whit
: Mount Etna'sEruption
W i Ptgues, son of Mr. and Mrs. These movable 1

or colon .... .. .:.. L. B. Pegues of 605 31st St. Ends wood shut
:" : ,NW, Winter Haven, entered the Tern Jajrner, .I Jr ters are popular F
Felt 1.89 Roll.. Air Force in March 1963 The
Asphalt . '
e because they offer a decoratingidea
airman, a graduate of Mulberry CATANIA, Sicily (AP) -
that is both and
practical
90 lb. Slate . 2.75 Roll t 13asy1ro.rnw LAKELAND r University High School, attended Auburn Mount stopped Friday Etnas night latest after eruption more lovely. There is no cod to the

ERIE PUKiNG "- Robert E. Joyner of Winter than a million cubic yards of ideas you can come up with to.
You
-lum
Where Always make home beautiful
your more
.
Haven, has been promoted to lava had poured from the 10- wood '
with shutters
airman first class In the United 705-foot crater in 21 days .
The eruption opened several Fixed louvered wooden shutters
States Air Force Airman Joyner -
urKi SAVE' an intelligence specialist in small craters Just below the placed on the outside of.
the 7272nd Air Base Wing at main crater's rim. The streamof your home and painted a contrasting
lava traveled almost three color can set your home
Wheelus AS, Libya, is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Joynerof miles downhill stopping in a off as the most attractive In
valley 5500 feet high. the neighborhood. We have all
185 Ave. "K" SE, Winter Haven -
R.d b. Esunds Weed n soliAYke sizes in stock and you will be
,. He graduated from Win- i. ------- -
Fse ..t Hcorylerote. M surprised at just how economical,
? ter Haven Senior High School I
1 they are.Movable
His wife, Margaret Ann, is the *
169 daughter of Mr and Mrs I PLYWOODFAMOUS louvered shutters to
Charles Shuff of 1700 be used over all or parts of

.u.. .., .LW oar n Sweetwater. Tex. 1 your windows on the inside of
Lww euM n ia Lamar'j' 1 your home give you more prl

.r"wMewls., ro ...r a.;, .. stns.. J"i': SEND FOR OUR COMPLETE Rtasl. Lake 1 .U. S. PLYWOOD j vary perhaps in your dining
.....,... ;..._ l 1 area : without sacrificing the
jf ,... w_. ILLUSTRATED CATALOG, FREE Airman ,Third Class DonaldR. GEORGIA PACIFIC 1 light and air you desire These

Carmichael of Lake Hamilton -' 1 1 shutters allow good ventilationbut
--- 1 AT OR CLOSE TO no view from the outside In
is being reassigned to Mac 1
S/ltsAW SHEETROCK $1.57" Sheet :Dill AFB, Fla. following his, 1 WHOLESALE PRICES 1 bath room windows Shutter
,graduation from the technical 1 Alt S training course for United States' SHIATHING I French doors or glass doors,
Air Force jet engine mechanics' 1 CONCRETI FORM 1 which are very difficult to drape.

v, I 6,8,10,12,16 COMMON 20 NAILS $/I .OQ CARTON 50 lb J I at Sheppard::'Bir Tex, AirmanCarmichael in the I 1 1 INTERIORIXTI.IOR FINISHED 1 Shutter wardrobe panels or closet are materials doors be.for

inspection, repair and assembly 1 UNFINISHED ; cause they waste no floor space
of and as a hinged door does and they
jet turbopropelleraircraft
engines. The airman.I 1 Mere n. Flame permit ventilation which prevents .
1 Cum 0. Weld At ; mildew and mustiness
son of Mr. and Mrs Clyde H
GRADED D.F.P.A. Mahogany FLUSH DOORS Carmichael of Main Street, Lake: 1 LAKELANDBOWLING Shutters, with fixed panels or In
1 movable screens, can be most
Hamilton, U a graduate of
INTERIOR LANES 1 interesting room dividers. Fixed
176'x6'/8" x13/i" . 3.79 Uamei City; High School louver cafe doors, which we also

'"' 1/8" x'6'/8" xlV 1 . 4.00 Plant City have In stock, make most InteresEing .

270'x678274'x678"'x1 1 %" . 4.20 OXFORDLUMBER : i entrances to rooms.Some .
's't FIR PLYWOOD x1H"'x13s" 4.89 Jerry E. Gill of Plant City, special features about
. '
has been promoted to airman 1 our shutters are that they are
T "" ,,. 276'x678278"x676" . 4.89 second class In the United sanded satin smooth and madeof

'x1 1 % . 5.20 States Air Force at Tachikawa 1 : selected white pine Each
v "'x1 1 AB, Japan Airman Gill, son shutter is processed Individually. .
} 370"x678EXTERIOR 13/8" . 5.65
Si.. Intarlar Eirerlor
:of Mr and Mrs V. T Gill of processed and built with
1/4 x 4 x 8 2,78 3.07 902 Ferrell St.. Plant City, is cabinet maker construction You

3r4 x 4 x 8 3.77 4.17 2'/6"x6'/8"KJ4" . 6.7S assigned to the 1503rd OrganIzational .!: SPECIAL will be surprised and pleased at
r c"4 1/1,4x8 491 534 Maintenance Squadron how economical and attractive
278"x678 x1Vx1V 6.95
5/e x 4 x 8 563 617 here as a reciprocating engine these shutters are. They will da
r r'i i 3/4 x 4 x 8 655 7.12: 3'/0'* '/ s. 7.49 I mechanic. The airman is a I: SERVICE III things for your home you never

graduate of'Plant City Senior II dreamed of.
---_ / I High School Come In to the Joyner Lumber

ON ALL DOUBLE ELEMENT ELECTRIC I James R. Green of Plant City OVER too I Company at 601 West Lemon

HANDAND WATER HEATERS has been promoted to airman 1 VARIETIES PANniNG 1 Street and let us show yw our
first class in the United States selection
POWER ; I Air Force Airman Green, a II 530 West Main See you next week
I'
is the 3565th Phone MU 2.2191 '
TOOLS _. '=' :: painter assigned to II 1. Tom
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RATCHET. SCREWDRIVER Smooth powerful .actio '_111... d soeew...-.sn.. .5 w'r r ern IIJ1f

tooled spiral' runt In two double, length bronze .pl,.. seta ursror
Spring eutematlcally returnt handle far "..t stroke 56" w.arors: p.f rd pn Saw ,
> Nlckle platod, %0\' long. Are. retell! 795 sasetaceY ATTENTION!
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ADJUSTABLE MITRI BOX Carnplate with taw. taw tiie 4>U. s.rrocmws.r: .,te I)X '" L(' ) C'K
Accurate adjustable I stool end wood canstructian. Foaltlve death u."voaV''f sea
lack Accurate angle cuts with graduated Index plat % J9t .
and (.uick-actinf, lock. Art. rat 9.91 _____?___.. Ra.U Are. PrkeExterior Our CONTRACTORS & DRYWALL APPLICATORS

CLAW HAMMER Straight.gained hickory handle, '2"
drop-lorgod head. IS Ol. A.,. rat _______n_.... ussta, Lock $5.35 $3.98
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JACK PLANE Professional quality, Adjusts I te raclsla*
$5" Bathroom Lock $2.95 $2.15
control cut end alignment Art. rat 6.15.___ ...-
5"1"" SKILSAWEouiamanti .. Passage lock $2.25 $1.69 1/2" & 3/8" Gypsum Wallboard

Bedroom Lock $2.45 $1.89
HardtoMh combination blade, blade., wrench; .
I wire crad with I. .
prang plug Lifetime Guarantee on oil lock
(SHEETROCK
Mweri Universal, 5.5 amp., standard. I 115 veil. 0 Modern lin, )

n Cutting capacity) Ira" .t 90 4..., Mill" at 4S .... Pin Tumbler cylinder

Ha loadspMd: liSO rpm. r Completely selfaligningDELIVERY Has been added to our growing list of quality building


Accurate d.pth, .bowel control, rips V board, ..... -- U materials in inventory; plus joint cement tape, bead,
track "' ..... packet cuts s1,1"" sow.ow y FOR A nails and a complete line of tools.

No binding' ,lower guard Art. ro"II.9S. ..." ,. SMALL CHARGE
Call us for complete service and estimates. Wallboard

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EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, 7D r
r* BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT -

Issued CLASSIFIED .. FINANCIAL HORTICULTURE

14 BvHdlnf Corpentarlag 52 Halp Waatsa 54 Hal* Wanfad, M.I.TIItJt'1t 54 Salesmen

ADVERTISING 62 Beiinau Oppertvnltle 72 Hewers Seeds f lent!
[For Four PersonsOn HOME, REPAIRS, palatine, reef : DRIVER, .....rton_ tornloll ,

I RATES 10.. blocll, brick ..r'. drlvewSPO. AM Ibe.Lu..r. RoPIP eo.n In .poea.imosorlsl 511th.., 2 EXPERIENCED NEW D18TIt. FOR Sundp Kufan'. COLD, .AIIDY, fans frewnprivet .

IW H. TrneMI 1 01005O_ ontIotstyo..In.(110IO. Plorld.0-3051. _... poe 17 s5 OOsrOla .......1. Cm. & USED CARSALESMEN ,. on.. fmboh005. DO pro. n. ...,. kedii plint.. W hltn.
Ihreat velocity let outboardntine usa dears, delivered Ma t-ltJ
[ Parking Fines .UBU. II WereiMtnimwM t... pure
ROOPINO WINDOWS alumlnua CITY EMPLOYMENT MUBI m S" water. s hr. AZALEA BALE &.ar.. hloemineaelraa .
Ckarg$10Sl Hdina. po_.., ......... alleralent per aal OoH 005 SoIls SIM ,... OnstIrd reaee en
i a asWerde '0 monUu u pay. loa: GUARDS New demo and gas fu.nlshed Alee tint portanle eleelrle. LIVE SO Brerireena .
Dr. Hury slatS 41
[ Warrants have been taken out Dies Dan Dan Dan Conuaetlns Compaay. laiaredPhone BAIT TANK peclal ..-.. ed ".
0 earnln 'oe up Opea Sunup alernoon
.1505 40 MU 'IMS A. tuaaurman "WEEK'S FEE,. Retired military men pre- Excellent { I.I rnviudee all aamplei wire
.31
or four pertoni charged with \3.tO n ...., wrhu, IBtllRUCrrO SPORTS, 14JILeglineea Owns Muriery
t 1I ,. MU s SOUS P. I' and company benefits south Plorlde.
T $121 hour Mu
ferred .
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t.d if & per S Lee Aaieln 3&.
tling to report overtime park.ng I us : MALE: have clean record. Write We have the traffic and CAMELLIAB: AZALEAS, ro.eeviburnum .

CLAMlrtEO aPACl MATS 21 Reen CLAIM ADJUBTOR. C/taUAlT podocarpua, pelaihlbiacua ..
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[ tickets need experienced men to If yo. re reedy to be pour inn
Box M25S Lakeland I
.a at DM eoluaiB luekCtAMmSD ACCT CLERK 1 TM KXP. stow, menr ethenreaaenebly
5000 and late a
lep ready lOodi.SUlIttp0O
Capt. Frank Huitln head cia DISPLAY ATBan ROOPINa DEPENDABLE work TV RBPAIRMItN Ledger handle It. I U .n AMRR1CAN: OIL priced. Anderean N....
..... WELL DRILLBR cry, 1117 Knot: Olevnder Birec
ao per relume 1MbCentreet menahlp. Buy p., Mo BERVICB STATION OWNER,
traffic department division Olnnei Lumber. cempaay SOI AUTO MBCHAN1O Call Bob McClcllan : rootS be M wlnnlna teem Phone Ml 11T3
Males tjpen lleeiie!
W. N.... MU a-lui. coons. MANY ACCOUNTANTS- 2J3-O: 141 AMOCO (... are olimelni raoily TWO YEAR Aeelea plenta Uir.
f the Lakeland police depart WANT AE DEADLINE ALL TYPE reeldeaUal ar commerelal ROOFER, BUILT V'ROOI"IJt. METAL.MEAT I hi on.on d mere ..tempt.mm. for SIOO. email planle. 10 I..'
BHKrr IMMEDIATELY HAWKE CHRYSLER dlaooverlBi how AMOCO II 00 Nudes plenle lOc "" .D.
said warranU had been roof repaired. er replioud.Ot.Cop'n .
ent. WORD ADS AMD spud ADS CUTTKH BX*. .
Moeflas ..d Skunk McUl Must be fully qualified I to preduote tea make Uielr roe M4 110S.
4 30 p... dar before publication ALMMKN MANVAPPLIANCI PLYMOUTH i .
.igned for: ... '. SOS Wait Oil.. Mq 1-ilU work 110".1' tap performante
\ ads moat be I. line effloe .... I ATTENDANT SU. 1111 Grind Central And posts the BOHAnd 73 Foods Fmlh. Vegtbles,
E. Tate Jr. 3004 Drewer form 1040 Full and pen mail Uie deeUieaCAW ,
G. )
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fore 4 at p... Frldert.CLAMITTED 24 rietttr St tcePLABTEJIINO MART OTHER Tampa

Ave who was charged with GET DISPLAY I part time poaltiona Attra. TOO QUALIFY* SELF SERVICE frail. .... Alaahlpped
11'M a.a>. dar before public PATCRINQ BelMilinn FEMALE: live salary and bonua H & R I W. want to sat you a number 0.... every day eaceptSaturday
ailing to report It tickets Bond tloa eiopt .".d.,'. paper I Alteratloni ead addllleniPree of aueiUone. but Ibeie Iwo ere HOI Sooth Florid,
Ida aiuet be In our office Prt- "eeUmewe_..... Jolt let LAB TCCHNICIAN' MED. BLOCK CO. Phone 688,195 AAA ,the meal Important.. Do you .....1011.
LAB AIW T OPTICALHEAD
was set at 121.I del ", Ian ISM awoW MU S-etM sores Uiat luatomor eervloe laUie
naO. CASHIER, BANK OR PIaiNERAL !. The Amirlcaa Automobile Ameiatlen meat Important. fartor Inrunnlni DRANUKB.; ORAPCPRUrr: Plrkcdally .
Effia Roberta, 1036V4 ForreiI All sin nun be la the Ledier. PLAIN OR oraemeotel. Pla.terIni : orr ITENO uxpHOUHIKREPRR I hee opening for .i.mbeihlR ,.' a prolllabli ilatlonr We ehl*. Oowaey.. Byvealer .
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I elflee before II 00 S... I :! '
: MOTKL Lekelani., Road.QUALITY .
Invited In
and etarea pitehint MAINTENANCEVACANCIES nprewntatlve Do you have maaieorlal! ObilihpP I!
Park who was charged' wit THE vrdaf. fee pubUcauec.. U MOB.wet !COOS _tlm.'.. Reary HOUBEKCETBR: UVB IN Winter Haven. ..."' and Let If you tea anawer 'yet' te I Itheae boil, TRIE ripe allrie frul

to.report nine ticket. I paperThe llama MU .<.7.0.BUSINESS. 11'j COCKTAIL WAITRJUBALAD IN Wale area Moosho eiperlenctIn ueallone wed like lo talk Picked dally special ....... Wihlp. .
I falling Udier will a ol be re.eporulble MAKER. public, eenuot Beet erener. .t with you We have twe or "'r.. Pre.iluoe .
I lit at SU for more (.. one COOKS MANY CENTRAL FLORIDA ,ea t !. react ef aae. Com.mil. blab lallonaea 51511 00550.5... Call eS3-4JOa Hliila Nirtkleeway
mllM
Bond hI
was Market 4
Incorrect bueruea. SERVICE I MDTRb HOBTEJW RELOCATSMOTTO. Hlonk ..... allowenre bonuM OB ODd dome a teed buuneaiCALL ...

Louis S. Wheeler, 815 Edgt THI LAkELAND LEDGER POX, RRLOCATEBANK Expanding agricultural and emplore. .kenrtlu rot upoiniairak .. Mtf t.4111
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CLERK EXP call MU S-OI3I Mi
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wood Drive. who was charged TELEPHONE 29 Baby Stttlag WAITRBM chemical operation In cei talln5t foe' an interviewlemobla 74 Fruit Trial

KIND MANY OTHER tral Florida hat immediate .._
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[with failing to report 10 tlckeli. MU 6-1151 CHILD CAR ky eiperleared' per' vacancies for Work Wenlad PetIT TREES antic ill

onael, leeRs and peraonal care. qualified % Bervire p0,101,50... Pear. plum, peralmmon, III erepind
{Bond wan act at $13 Fenced. ...11. Play room .1000 Is.rr.aossbla ., 208 Arcade Bldg. Maintenance Personnel. .' poro, .... SIS.000, S10000 downOrorery ecuppernons .1.... All typeellrui .
TRACTOR WORK wanlod Mow.lee
56.3u.
rat. .a'I08',
James C. Peacock. 182t E. .. I I sod .1..1.. Now ul..OI. Store. Main Hwy. 1* lawnS1IOOO. of t.... In bloom. cold en.,15t00V. .
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ANNOUNCEMENTS : Maintenance M h IC ihide end llowerlne tree
e e a n : Quirk servlro. C.II f.r fri.. .U.m.tM.
I Main St., who was charged with OF 36 lawnmewsn ft SarvkeREPAIRS Must have thorough knowl. Prod L ...... .U ....JI uiiBeai. aarnie near BearitewgSll Vi do landereplne and law
rare Per the keel IB planU aniervlci
I falling to report 12 ticket, Bond 53 ".1, Wanted, Female I and In ALTERING EIPPKH8: repltr*.. .too. CN ... call '.ul'. Nurwry, to.
4 tail and F.utid ON all make lawajDowire edge experience gei n" ee>lBf_ MW i folu llndi Mnlou.fr Trailer ..,.11. ipprai. .\. _... Win Hancock Phene MU S-oOl
iwai set at $17 eral In.! .. ; Circle: SJSIOOCoBYeleeoeat.
and email enataei .... eatlnelee : maintenance work
LEO"'L .DVI..TI&IMINT LOST: CHOCOLATE: heal PointBlemue .. repetri Oable Auto :. ill I"N":. :::1.1.//eluding welding, repair of WE DO trartor work' '1I< Home, $31100, 76 landtcophng
..... Collar with Hirerheart. neetrle. SOS North Plerlda Ave. mowlni laadKapInt Abs In.1';
NOTICC OF atiiniFra aeLa Mama dIaL Reward ttl- Phene ISO 1-4301 WANTED: NOME S auUtent rordnolor' industrial pumpt piping fIll dirt ReaMoable as*.S04T
Under and by virtue .f &ns. BUSINESSYOU'RE Seal.LOnT.. O office .- pen (IntO,' and materials handling .1.13' I JOHN J. BRENNAN HARDY SOD CO.
I lenued .ut of and under Ib. irtt* lou M Ml. Lahl.DdLocI. I'
cutlon SIAMNI tM. Phase $55.Sn Ji.Msttrss Rsnavatlngpany .... WANT CAR.&NTaRI..O ..r' sod Healthy Lawa OraeaeeDial
peal of the Clelme Court of Pol .1' .U.,_. equipment Prefer previous "..nt... .. .... "_".1. Realtor.-tMLA_l /4101 ne Oredlne Piantlnt'
('ounllBlal.. of Florida, undf dAryclas .1II0VAnJlQ I. WOMEN: INTERBHTED In eenni experience I n chemical, sr-Ire, fin Jab toe ...U. Ma FREE ESTIMATES
November 16. loan when. In their ..
[ dale of monev space tlm ..IB9'LOOK.
In Mi*. Evelyn Jill Is Pt.IntIrfnd S P.n.ttll Hellcat dad pryee. 4.5 UStti-e's Qe.! all MU .21. sop 11100, Car rock crushing cement con. SIS N oilmore MO a.eea

I (turtle .nd Mildred Green la ti. Phoae MU S-6B41 n.......... centrator or related indu.. riNlBHlNO .0.5105. 65 Mortgages
pe ntlni. Interior. .lrlor werlFree 77 Nurseries.
; will fi.ntan offer I for have eale levied and Mil upon to .the,.d BDT BELL, mod. heist, coos andportlDi 49 Walla Pimps I YOUNG BNERorno'._. i..i. won In Uedlnf "" 11I1 itorMunt
.
ftBK-4113. .3-351.. Mr TurmaiHURSma ..dlA ...orlo..... Flout Mnrt
hs .. nod bent bidder for caulat ._.. Dial MU S-4IM bavt eaperlenre. Apple Boo > SHRUBBERY BALE Three plintaII ,
the front door of the COLHOIIM :- for eatlnate.. Culbereea. Hardware LIT MONTOOMERY Ward drill M'354 Lakeland Ledter Electrician: Experienced I In WILL KUP phone ...pl. In lOt l an Corp ef Florida, act e PIn and up Laric veneteof. frui "

at Barlow Polk County. TRADINO sTAMPS ............ rour will and laiiall your ..... hom. MU 1.0004 Id. An.. MU S1131alerelal ......i. Loon doiwood with ear.h
eehoahtAluaaa
Florida on the 171 h dar of Kebruarr 507 lint 101. .,..... Dp. le 31 moalhi t* payPhone CAN YOU ".. S3) a werk !In heavy Industrial electric! CAR!. 'eml.ln..lld WANTJD: 'Inoua fIlI atootsotoSI 05 ir more. purrhaee Lakelen

hoC. the en me being a leu .'.1-61I42. MU 1-MOJ iddlllM sapplr loral te reur ciulomire preterit with laromi po. maintenance and repair. .....1......... Lenlr home, lurnaoa 5, P..bla .nlhl' on '0"" ahlandi' Numry. phone MU01 .
alee. day, at I SO p.m.. which I Ibetween I. heat dear betpital .Jee properly Near Tallahae
CHRISTIAN NUll .1 N 0 hemtopea. lualve Ann. Hel hewer CounetlcNe Must have good background
the legal ml* hour' o? AFTER' EMPLOYMENT .. 553.7350OENIRAS. ace Velued 120.ooo er' more
Special attentloB vlvea te eaperlenre nereiiarv. Phone
.1 nysnIt clock A. 4*. and Iwo In trouble-shooting Local referencee Write LakelaaLedivr
..',liwk P. M. of aald day.' trie .,..1. the need ef each patient, MOs Crewmar sss UIT SI OlidLADIKA .. motor : : CARPCNTKR: work Boa M.llol. INSTRUCTION
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.1'11.; 52 WoRtet A.Ph. and transformer adtll
loving doecrlhed properly or II'P Help hookupiand Bulldlm ''.If. roollni
defendant, Charlie and Ulldr.* DALI CARNSUII .r..u.. Jol. EARN '11 fer ..llIn. 30 use of blueprints. AIIO loni, MO lob too (mall-tee lam.
tlrP.n. to entltfy aid eiecullo poor Lekeiend ......lar for fun 2LERK IN iroeery ilore. Apply botUee of ..."In'. netlenilameui llmpion. .. .33T. F.HA. 84 Sihaeli
and co.l$ to.wit: . end feUewihlp Mew reildenuweleeme I. _.... 14neelB Avenue. Ore "'.111.. Phone mtt.WHITE required to work with high WANTED: ALTERATIONS: tfreumeklna .

One lOOt Plymouth Ft.r,. 4. Call SSI.S174 a, .... I ery. 1441 North LincolnLllidee 13.0 PN volta gel. Wage rate $2,77. and minutia. Bolts sod FLORIDA LAROSaT and me.,
door in *Mlim 8l. TC #tI1. Sorwr Iii ..0. lea 1141 Millenhiilei m.d.. ,eUifMlleiluemntenl modern beeuly acheel LakelenBrauir
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NWDLII AULD 50010. hosdsbls.a HOUBEKERPER: :: liIin and CONVENTIONAL .
Colleie 111 E Pine B ..
40811 Mark. radio and pnaier.MONROK LakelandLOIB for children, Clued .. 1810 IntetprIM rt
o..r." par hues hoe. I. earn hemnermenent Applicants must be In good Completely remodeled nr. eondUoned .
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HRAVVKN SOCOPALS .
BLIP Corer Shop write luU paruoulsea.P SIl-eOBl betweea li3D ..
Sheriff of Polk County,. 'n..u' _d. 550.0(75. Dr.. O non ..... Lakeland p ....d.... will accept attiperlence physical condition betweenthe MOThER: WILL rare for child limr MORTGAGE imnle parkins MU i.o.u.
Florida. ..1'.... Ioad."r...... slip ......, I..hlld.IXCSP'l10NAL. ages of 25 and 45 High heme fenred yard comberea aPKCitliii1a: monlll chip. 011.1.clot. .
BT EAIU. W. MVCLAIR] : AuntrisO .....11I10" estee. nor.DIe. "CAREER POSITIONS1t : > MU *.7M7. .0.ull.I. Cou.... '1'0.
Chief Civil Deputy .., rods .n. I..tall.llo. )(u. .t The lOb lull lor yen OPPORTUPIf'Tylot school education or equival.ent LOANS Boobe end tool. Included Pop ae

..nl. 4.04. of ...."1.. 10 .baeua rrolD. A.l Immediate. Interview. : u.IIU.d la In.uran..11 505.05. an.Ior. 'moat' required. The Company IRONINO NU closeSPECIAL DONE reaooeohlo. CoIl ly you Brhool learn, SIS Contact Sooth Celonlal Florida Beau Ave.nue ..

NoTiCI 0. INTINTIONTO BeAUTY Site le Dew A.l Courteeui eervlcet Coil MU S-SIM for appolnimiMMEDIATE offers .
excellent benefit In. Lakeland Phone MU S 1131EVKNINO
,
de UlPANT 000 Simon
open In Medulla Oardeni. S10Boutb I New lobs !lykl Te BIIII reur property eolir tMU
MAIlS APPLICAtIONP0
Oardea Drlre. Plain them Loci e> Bell ,,.".. OPENInG for Iutlvi ... eluding group Insurance nirement rail Nrt. VuocS. HA S.l7 5.lul.horn. or your dream home oaalele :: : REAL eetale claaa BOW
MNAL DiaCHAROCIn ,
pun end eet, II.So Oil ahampoo *4 Cicliuive tea ll.unii eerretarr. Excellent .01'". .. Or wrIts .04 Norlll Wool o.n lekc edvantaic ol formini toy proapecllve ealeamc
Re: Putate or 0 ... eel S17t. HelrcuU, ti.SOPermineate t-l TrelBed eeunielorii los .ndllion. ,.''ar,. Wrlla holidays, etc. lI..ond Av,00., nlop.10-155. ie PitA Sift los,of the Yeu f.i: Sod krekcrl. For full tnfirmeion >
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RUTK BANDERS SHARPFDecent. Boo ".131 Lektland I 75(510 ua
SI SS and up", Phone I P... ua deducUbleI tadserPAYROLL COWHJJD: IIIOH .hool 'lrl. ..... $JJSOO of Klut p le lot ( phone Bert. Rodnre, Real
II .
TO ALL WHOM IT )UT CON .18_.. Open a.00-a M Eitabllihed II3 I ttply with full qualification I', wsntu m.ld work cc b..,. of the flrat M, otnII.:. parmcnerme t tor. (50.1711.
ef
chamber
A.I N.m. lemmerclt ( up to 30 reeri. Call ludopbe
CKRN: .I .. '... BervlceUS to Employment Supervisor, slttlne la.Iuedopl.UU l.Ia7. compute detail.
Null, I Is herehv alien that I BUILDING TRADES Tempe .... Tlmpa ..I.(1:111.THRf'S : CLERKPt5ti.e55lIonieotrInpflrn P. O. Box 867. Bartcm Li iiT CARPENTKRINU heuaileanlns GET INTO
h.o. filed my final Yerrnrt1 In A.A I 0 and palnllna lawn Conventional loam vn I. II* CIVIL SERVICE WORK!
rnlnlMmtor of .h uf.t.tsn I RUTH '' Florida mowed. all kind el med work 01 .010015.d value with p.ID.nt

I'ASI.tRII HMAJV.K, .n>Qeaee Hat I rate filed my petition for 14 BuildIng, Carpanttrlug .net I. perrell .....nun. solOn 43.1.500.NPECIALWASH. JolII. SIlOS por. Short b.u. Ad.
final dlMharg, nod that I wlinlv Burreuihi .... .."In. ail anriment. Prepare br homo
COUNTY
: 51 50. WooS .nd
tn the Ilrtn! RirilAftp A [ nine aalar I open Brlni mum ludy fur local atale and feden
BRJV8ON. County Judge nfJ'oih I. Wtllmti Lord Enelneerlniae MAN 21 yearsor: over to moo 5051 5 C H Ororessmsu ...m. Pol' .REa Inlorm.llon.rlla

"."inly. Florida. .on, the U>lh da,.I .., lies, Mulberrr. H'.....:.. work with our manager I In S3C4 PPOS Sooth pInk Florida up and SliI74 d., MORTGAGE CO. .: Lincoln Bervlel. ala M M .
MkiUnd PlerldeMedical
of for ,rnval of Lakeland Udier.
March W apt thame ONE STOP SERVICEFREE the area of Central Florida. .
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and for final dletrarite
aAitmlnletratnr 311 It M... A...
..r' (hi. e-rflAlB *, 'Advertise Car required. Out Monday MoTHlIIWU.Io lira lor onhild MU ..n 71

"niTH. BAMJBHS. BHARl'E. ,. .deeieed .,' : ESTIMATES NOTHING Assistant A.M. to Friday P.M. each .114 Mohawk in pltao., phone CluMian MU S.41 home l LIVESTOCK

Thl. jOlt dar ft Fehntarr. ".(. week. $105 per week salary 66 Manty Ta LendMONSY

,./ CIJlUnF A. BHARPBAdTnlnl Remodeling r000tien" ( ."..rtunu. for ", ....1. with added weekly incentivepay. INDUSTRIOUS COLLEGE 18 1 Dogs, Cats, Pits
0015.5.I"n, I I. to..'
do.
trtnr uf th* ei ettlosa TO LOAN N. commit.oa .
Florida Rooms
tale of HtTII BANDERI8IIARPB In Lakeland. Plekta write aRise Permanent posit lor STUDENTS fee Intereii S*. net Inter.
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OARDINO HOLLY KfnncllChria
Deeeaeed Additions Repairs ,dus0aa. e101r1o00, s.usod Vrlte Mr. McCulla, P.O. Irelre add loki any form of yen posed II you ere merle. lied to thf and Ted Van All.n N..
I one numbr 10 POOh Office Be.
.ft7 liKE lo edurit. lonelaalalaace limIt. Write P. O Bok r.SJ.a .
IN 431, La..I..d.IF Box 18171 Florida. ir dernwlli work Mulberry KI.....,. Phoni kit
Tampa, .
Storage Space .to eoheol ehlldrin [ > letid Ledicr -0.83..
0i _
IN TUB CIRCUIT C0imf Include in letter
TNt TINTH JUDICIAL CIR Roofing complete Day or sight WIRE HAIA Chihuahua.. ToTcrrlere ,
CUlT IN AND FOR I'OLK! name address, Telephone Vary reeeoneblePlraae HORTICULTURE P klnteai. Pots cesIum a,
COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN YOU NEED phone 111.41 IT Oermea hepherdi. Marital II.hETTYS
number and date would \
cti.v. BANK RATE FINANCING I See you Pncotlta. 01 ooknp., sad .0,011..:
PORO1HT )IAII: VoRFHAND. a home of your own a good steady Income and be available to start train. 71 FertIlizer f..., Sail eolorr' ... 'holl, II' No.tS II...

Plaintiff '' today's Classified Homes leg (with ) and work I If- FINANClAL.- loch.. MtJ,5-OtlSc.
can work only half davi pay .
-"..- I' TUEEDGER McGinnes Lumber Co. RODND PEAT murk pen an .. POODLE Shopee Pro.
CECIL .'OREHA n. for Sale" NOW for outstanding tell AVON Cosmetics E x, accepted Interview will be .oil mi.... Located aoo r Moos. eaalenil ..<>CImln.. atud. pup.lei .

rrtendant, I values wlence arranged with you in the 62 BusIness Oppartiinitlai I Pal O'Niel. MU 3-4131, I Si UCJ Kethlcea Road Shop.
Cue N.. SOItO.SO-71 600 West Main MU 63141BUSINESS necessary. CLEAN 'HOSPHA .anll let 81.1..ft. Home, IHIaiUIIEUISTKHID .
SUIT FOia. DIVORCE near future. I.... AIm ..nd and dInt for 'IU.II ( CHIHUAHUA
NOTICa TO OKPINOTO Write P. O Box 1393 clInics aUMNEaft end Inromiropertlel 0501., NU '.::187'. vIol, llemeae ,It..... Stud eerr pup..
) C ;CII. PORhHAND: Mel Rudy. LMLAalior ,
toy tea terrier. ehUtuahu,
TOP QUALITY Panlola end Arntlae
or 1S37 .. Memorial Bird le.
CIo Mr eV 11I1'.. tarl> Kent : MU 14107.I ....... hay from clover "lameae. rat. MU 3-SIOO.
Camp Rotary [ Call 682-4137 leldi. Will deliver Mil S-J414 AKC am
I3t.rkIyRusdAuburnduie AUTO SALES COIN L000dehn. .0 woos.... IId.lo. BIAOLI ... .I.tr.d ..
Lakeland .. S '
Florida I ... K000lboss: toastloa. b.th rTKNTlON ROVE 0. 00 slId .P
YOU ARK HEREBY VOTIFITI SERVICE ",.TaO. .rohn A ....... Pool.hot. asiA.me,.. Dry chicken ot000nousdor sat reedy t ... SSa.SIS?, .54.

that suit for' dlvon baa been flied .'endirirli Chevrolet has mi _I. '. .....10J. CUM Cheap. Yeu haul 831
with the Clerk ..r the Circuit COurt UNUSUAL I lion open In lie ealee depart ruck loid lain Jim Well., &.ak.. AKO MINIATURE Poodle on.
'n and for Polk County attain( m.nt The man ..11<1.d b.. Ian lolA MU 4-e 81.. Auburndile WO 01005, ene while. Imported back
you hy DOROTHY Mad hOKK DIRECTORYfOR I OPPORTUNITYB I pportunlly of Wlnlm Lekcland i WANTEDTO 7.147. .r..d. ttoto.s.000o line lit.

HAND, and you are hereby 1'.' WANTADS thli area for perianabla worn IIno.1 irlllni team with an Incemi ,onbl.. MU S..aaKRUAN .
nnlred, to arms a ropy of your anewer .n In toed beth kwheoomock ntcntlal of S10.000 per year anche SHEPHERD: pupa Haerka
or other written defenaee. If REFERENCE J. noun eick week Car a_. prcaUll 01 aclllna Amcrlre i aNo. old. not reelitered MoleS
any, i'non OLIVER U URKKNJR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK I oar I ..r-ch.nol.l. foe Dl I BUY '35 l....I.. SIS MU .aou
Ilalntlffa attorney. who. WHEN YOU NEED ITI I Klih earnlnieS RulI. aialae Meneicrr JIONerU, LOOK UPtoday' _
I IAppllanc. tOOK BALI Ocrman l
lorlda
mailing addre.a la P. O Ron '\t. Monlhlr bonueeia AVI hrpher
: 1: wooS. pud LIQUOR LICENSE upi Very rewonable. MU
iteration C.1
lakeland r'I<>rld., on or before the .
011nj3.550bOTCItED
hid day of March 1M4 and befonor .. I Lamp Ripeln .1 4 Compeer. benefit. Cars For Sale ads
Immedletely thereafter to flip N. InrHtoiint. no mint work, : WEIMASANER r.

.lth Ire (ionIc< of said Court the POR PROMPT rcpetri en refrleiralora LAMPS REPLACEMENT .h..... Pol' further Informetlen .,It. lovable, Polk County. In this section and be mob. r.r 5. \prit 105004
ullr lo Mn W. v..",....
rlnlnal of sold other and repair' Imperil. Boi ACCOUNTANTotigheat hovn
answer or nannies machinal. end Lance pert I". Orl..d. PI.. 3alO. Package. Advise be.t.cash amazed by the excellent .I.n.
rltten def noses. If any. appliance, cell Tbrlf y City, Btudlea. IMS South Orltani AVIMaying I Beeile pupe
If you fall to do au, decree nnonfaaao Service Department, .M.SIM. .u. NU4IJ... Salary Opportunity prici. Reply to valuea Don't delay. AWI.T. ItI fer SIB 'up.pi. .

'' will be entered aialnenu .. are well m.r'.'. |4>4 Kith

Bill) nf for the relief.demanded by the Ale Rspalri i Storage usa LEDGERCLASSIFIED for Comparable Jobs in Box F-225 Iron Road 053.lblu.CLASSIFIeD .
Conpioit.WITNEIIII Area
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CL..III'ID Dla"L"'V
hand and offlcla _DISPLAY__ __ __
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my ate H A aD" aPISDOhiSTaRae.IcL : ALLIED VAN Llnw for $ ., ... d
mol of office at Bartow j'uihflInty COeplpt. imalra and I.i.en len. TorsoS WarebeuTraBefer ". ADS Will participate In of c/o Lakeland Ledger
one
l Florida this Ilia day 01 i :
meRe.: (25 XiehiSad Shoot. do lae. Afcnk Ml IIIIII.
January, IBM .00-0305. SS513 the best employee benefit .
n. H. II LOA N. JR. Pool SALE: Nulberr TV sod 5p.p115cm.
Clerk of It-rult <'n,irtBy BE CURE you're liltlai Uie meal roRrams and enjoy fines! .. All inns and equipment.
brine your Orgaos.Planss i4 Help Wants, Mala Wealern Union .. ,. Oood You Car
: : L.UCILK HASTINGS lee your money ky 01 i forking conditions In Flor. plus .n. Hey Sports
Deputy Clerk auto lo Ocorie. Service Center. solos biulncai H..11b foreei aalcacrlllri
1 I'F.AL' ills North Florida A....... formp.te. 'YAMAHA PIANOS telei icrvlccHliheet CAREER: OPPORTDNITTt Itartlniilarf ida. Opportunity available SJSoO Phone Mulberrr
1'0' .. The leteat IB electronic ...iIt. and atabllltiavailable an 00 per week Free bee. to recent U..I.el.LAKIILAND..
college graduate
eeulpment. le need IB dctermlnlnithe Ml.17S1. IOU SeuUPlerlda PII.I A life Iniuraace plue rIrement ..! PINEST: mo.t de Lovers Go With The Best
NOTICE UP ante.NOTICC elect trouble You .1.. re.eelve Avenue. *ae-aoed. proareai. *0.4 8440iirrled who 'maJored In Accounting 1110. oo'n' o".I.d boundromntPor
OF aHCRIFF ALt valuable BAH Or... Stamp. hub eenool criduaM eiul '
I niler and hy virtue of an .... but Met ol all.. cue yea Don ... .elent. Fhenc eia-e.M. Position offers training in wood h..1t Drl. 11U005. 1111 adll'
iMitlon linurd nut of and under the ..t. ..ar..loed mock. Call iU.un Picture FramsiH.m.liig i all phases of operations to "
real of the Circuit Court of PolVounty Ieranaeenlnn,6 Iod.,. OUNTANT- selected DEAL OPPORTUNITY New 1960 Chrysler 300-F
mate of Florida I tinier .CTU" p54Mm : .nauutni1T5050 Lnrst' cltrui praeeeeor bai epen.l prepare employeefor enace Bervlce Btellon for I...."

date of January 17, 10(4. whereliAneoclalea $ Ash Seat (scanunD.a .nd 555141.5.. CuetolD ..d, It> for well nullified men. U Increasingly responsible .or.pr of Sunihlne Drive andombee I t
Inveatment f o. la plaIntiff .04y n,04 hoe Ie.otalsseonl lIe. draerlminimall < Road All ready dolnirallent 2.DOOR HARDTOP
and W neorge Waxman 3407 Or-loon. :::t.tfJ'34104'I ofllce ...IM dolt... .... alignments. Preferred age butlneia: Lone Bier Pe.oleum I
AUTO Seet Coven complete .'
ulre hleh echeol edueeuon end 2.28. Contact Company. Call MU S
and Employment
defendant, I have letted upon .
SJS
ontoaiotlvo Interlora .
will offer for pal.anisr ii to thihlgheet I' : teat Mela Phone MU I-1S10. S.pplltsK I .ee lo five ..ara ef experience. OuimplorCM Supervisor, Inter national 2075 or am and beet bidder for realit -. knew thli ed Spotmumeandooi.Cresuit.ml.le FOR live ......- oc

the front door of the Court Minerals it Chemical Cor. I.eae man.oah In town con but It weuld kelpt A beautiful solid
Veuriell ... .
I..kk.epIitgnooK.gFPlno MORRIS Oo It .
H 10 ,10, PO Belind II' HiI" nt Bout h
U.."... at Bartow rnlk County oration, South Floral Ave 8m.1I I lnve.tm.Bt I .
Plumblna sad Heculeel Suppllci "' .
Cllr .rld. R" 11. .111ha
Florida, on the !4th day of Feb T'one.too.VOUNO white wittrlor' with leather leeti frtnt
: le: : AID lnnme TO.Srnlro. Pree laformallon and delivery held In 510IldoOreVATS I nue. Bartow, Florida. .olt l.ck.

Hal n ary..1.. 1'44. day. the at aRms I .19 p bring.m" whiP a 050 eeIcO..1' ...nl.8111...CasioPun. (satd.eeedabio ,'.4.tool 04 rental bour.pipe..r.cut"'.and. ..tbrced.Muting ........ .1'.1 Crow with the Country'slargeat (leo 0511100 NAN sod 1..ln.II rOlieebtI In (0 hd..t hap, h and ,01''. Fully ,.w.r.t Including sir conditioning

la between the legal Palo honre 0' ... ......3.. La..I..d. DRIVERS .Mdp,. leh.r-m( 10 30,04)0 onlbnn moethies.rnlnoatorn I
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CI A n d Iwo .U.I. neep ao .n ....r..r.1or 5o1v.AU producer of phoshates MalerIle Il000eiol .t redio" sod heaterONLY. .

: r.'Ic H M.kof "IldO; the fol tot PoetS Aotorhrno V.. ." oooii.bin. 5400 monll\II .1'11"' .

I drecrlued toaatlefv Building 1.10.5 SmIrk. fsnt.utroninP510101 .. ., ., Send l005cR
"wing property ; : : .ndto .11" "
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eald execution and roots to. ": .oslliirsiiooo. .noP..ot -I q 1795
CONSTRUCTION POll ALL your ...Intl.. Reed .lIb 1'''. fr.h aniforms.ft. .
nit: GENERAL P. 0. CoO Soil or ip '
one ltd Doraey Trailer ID Room "addition Cuitom eablneuInterior I roll MU 1-4404. Commercial Pr-4 .. 11eO.... I r.evo 0larmnso ...In.. APPLY NOW 00,15 Broodwop,' Back. ,:. .8011ort
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lso.LMt.ehesda. lllhoiraphlnlRa4later slId shoal .r .
I001p.rlenn.4
Dun tag eaterler deceretlniPrencn Elpr.toncod
2IOIH, TC #6'S7H1 .
floor.Chtioa AT
1".ln. en uuod.or 11. He Mlllni reeulrcd IN on thoor-Aed
May be and modem paaeUnaRoolln DRIVER: TRUtKMEM !
a l-t 730 No lien- .
ppllrante aillil be between 11 5Ehno all C.mpon haarvlce
.... at lakeland Furl < o.) and aldlni. Fret ettlmalee eke .around
Call I Service sad 00. bin a late 1,04.1 tree. more year earalnn .. itetlon for leeee. AdjaoeatLakeland
MONROH BRASNKN Snip parmenti $05.lSOo In your own kwlnete wltn ae .
to.ose.s .005km down per' 10 Iae,00lnhoeeioeoust
Sheriff of Pelk County, : PIne or.ii.a.a tonal 000'hasten. .. ..icnt. We will aiut I. financ-' .Hint required Trelleri and ,.. Atlrectlvi rental. 1 PAUL NAYLOR MOTORS
Limanad and toond" rad'.lOr' .loa. .
.'101'1110. ANY TY.a 10. lupplled by MayflowerAie .
iso. For further delalli. call ins evallable fer aualif PI..n'.1
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By: FARL W. SINCLAIR .rleanlniPeddva eerorine. .lIdln. eraennil Dtpartmcnl r e r I 41 or ever-Put phralcelun n.M man. Call (m.U44UALL

Chief Civil Deputy Carpeting I-Pit!. rUaiater. Service bit 'erne SIS-749.MM. er ..... ., ... or be Solo te finance ( BUHLNESS n Kathleen I t4 1034 E. Mom St. Ph. MU 2.4548MUFFLERS
1'.en. orth Aimrlten Van Llnel. Deirlmcat > lua. Dicicl-ivo) one or lateruck for .. .. On. eperetlonII
INVITATION TO BIO DIAL CARPET EXPPRT: .ail4aw.hils.teiiMiS RADIATORO. BLOCKS cleaned. I3. Pert W..... In MU 3-4(11 porno alter I pm. 1
ercle-llo ..th... Re- "....
Sealed bid.. In ipllcate will txreceived Mather Puraltuel. m vehicle WrIter Dirk Prwellirm -- WIllI" '
at the offke of the 1"1'. Phone ett-alll .>.... eU t,_. Oan.""'a, taoa aHoa '''!.&IIMAN. full time. ... : unahlni Mover CLASSIFIED OutPLAY

Ida Cltrue (.Commlealon till Ja.1< tout* Florida 534(01.swviitg ..irltnre aet ,..ul.od. Opportufer ddreH: p o soc >4Lakelead 1- '.

W-mortal Boulevard lakeland CencreleLICENBED nit, ........,..'. Ale IS.asRE Florida
Florida 10 he opened at f 00 P.M.. Apply In pio'sns ....... 11I1_. 001.d. .
MONDAY, MARCH C, 1M4 for the : CONCRETE ...trM- .. aold ShopIO C........ So.-

foil .wing material: .lor. Del...... floori. ildewelkelepl Port EXPERT reweevini ef moth to..
looooo Florida. *.OJ" Pen.nanta MU elreete lurk*. patio end b..... .n.... PiUOOtlO. buena.nm. YOU look ni fer a ..... pail CHEMISTQuality
eel of two, >><*" US" brld.... K. B Merrla. .M.S41S. ..., clii 1.1105 110..1. hr.. thIns er lull tine Income U NW I !
bleed One (I) fold tn lit &.a..,.... ..,.. ....301.. Poll Ce or pert Lekelend Mane
control
nCode Noe 114.4C 1ta,1.'." DIal 00505r-0 03 10 and laboratory

1.14 4D, StatIC 70 Ib No 1 Fanes Swimming Poets lie per boo?. Wflia Romtoioht.r34ot of large phosphate mining
White" enemel Colors: Illuinra. PAA-470.36. ...m"..... 1...

tlone to be tutor color 1'-'.'. MUTUAL PENCE Company UeLoweat POOLS C L S A H E D. repaired. peration has vacancy for

with two additional apeclal Iwa prlcee. ae dimS parat.ptuaranlee4 tele' lad. chewilcela lupplliTalavlilant .. analytical chemist Requires
tel rehIre' making a total of 6-1151 We week be under.eeld 000iptn.et.. ".H. 713 laoS MaId Itou" nieimM for eitabiuhedmc allege degree with at least
.It colora. If bOIl ylocea are Lekelaad ladiutry. MO S- M" e-I" mc dellorrr coffee Ua andocere '
run on the eame plate. All 41J. Pree ..1........ roots la CcnUal Florida a minor in chemistry Pre v0kw

printed one aide of eheet Panel '.1.',. ..el..loD end beaiuaa. (erred age 21 to 40. Liberal INCLUDES PART A
... rnnMl
#l to back lip panel FurnitureInterne .. Teanasuntshlooaadlpes -
to baik up panel *,. I'latej row TELEVIBION reveiri' OBnekea all leo lipenm furnUhed Advince. benefits offered. Including

and aepuratlone to be eupplledby 11..101. Boos Ite.lturo pileno.Mathe's ,..... rel...able Mrvlee. sail ...cat epportunltlei. Ale limit 3S group Insurance retirement.' : LABOR:4:4
weedy from compleie ert Fuealtw'.. Phosa .52.liii. Thrift City MU S-BlSe ...>. MUM be merrled. end able (0oat .
ready for camera irnlehed by .. imell bead AIM .111 hire holidays[ vacation, etc. Send : ?
lorlda III rue t'ommlaal. nProirreeelve .. UphsliUrlRgIAOOETT .D eipirlinred ollellor to make complete resume or apply t
aub.mlttnd .
pmofa to be bOllIa cam with manaeer GoodmaitMloa
for approval before Tex .... .. pud aad traonperte*' in person to Supervisor of t.sO PORD. AI.C'ON C
OPHOUrTERINa ..... For dite.. ,
muet be made By tlon furnl. u.eMr. '
run Delivery ce. Blip coven end drape .... Employment, International
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ef
In W. tandardffee :
H Perteo
APRIL. I, (554. packaged INCOME TAX ....bl.. Pree .. ... pick up Conceal Mondaf. P.S.oap24.5em Minerals & Chemical Cor (0' INSTALLED 4I.WUKDAYI .
,'h. with quantlty > on _
unite of 10 *a SI and nod do livery. Pltnse ... ..... 101HolIl..ottb hsaas..Ssm
code numbera marked and purohaM on I up _.. 55 Uie Lekilend Tirrece Betelikilend oration. South Floral Av'-'

bulk order oonlalner number Irlcea de.llvered II & R Block Co. er' write P. O. Bea flue, Bartow, Florida. :
each Vsantlaii Blinds Florida.
Tele I .11. wiatcr .rll.
Lallpland. Florida "" d... S A M. to S P M.Sal. .
cannot be accepted Any Sue SMS
grama lhe e ..peeI.flretlona VERTICALS' AMD Benaeati
InquIrIeS moot regarding be made not lees 108 West Walnut St. .Dulactured. "" .Ired. ....n.... 56 Salesmen 7:30-6:00 SATURDAY 7:30-1:00

houra priorto 684-1958 ..1I.1..ed. Alas aoto.5011a tOS0'is. CASUALTY CLAIM MAN
than a.oenty-two Otberwla.1. It I Phone ( bIlD.. A'M.lte. MO '-l1n PULLER: BRUSH MOO BVMedCer
bid opening. unedlate lempeay opening for en 111)0 a week la his areayaut
will h. .......Id..d that tbeoapp.elflratl Son Da Y." een .._, M earn
enpererltar ly OOderetend IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS T= D'r:1.:: :: :: per I I.a* much la alert Cell ....."4e CLAUDE JENKINS

by all bldtt.m. I ..eel cover. Htlni HI. educeueaid .. P M. to eee tf MU ceo ..1011.ft .
Ion forthar itetaule I all at the. BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION .. enerleece la Claim hiss.so. ., far d.ateesltip.WANTED .. LINCOLN-MERCURY
.ho.. Poffk"* Th.-lor.d.. tllru.fnmmleelon .,, Iowa Hatlcnel Mutual Inraare '
reeervee the right to .. Cempen Pelt Office : TWO comm aeionedie 941 E. MAIN PH. 6826152Warrants
.. for Poll County. A..
Classified nea
reject all DIAL MU 6-1151-Ak For Don ....n. celoaieltewaj Btaueatlanee ,
.n".7 'BANUCb.U'n"n I Merua. material Write Boa 50.350.

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S-D LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, ii '* RENTALS RENTALS


; LIVESTOCK MERCHANDISE S 1 28 Business Places for RestOUILDIIIO. 129 Furnhhtd. "portmt*ti
HEVr n-s A wa f I KNOW, ANNIPJ _
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I Q!&
it Sole-Mist T ANO ITB COMIH* I ONE OP MV MEt LEAPII4. .. C.D THREE ROOMS and aal*. M.ar
Pegs, cttt, r.tiFOR 97 Articles Per = BACKHKWA R 60 40 for tout MMMUStreet .
IN T LrVJP HErE_ > bo VMd. u Mtuuruit or what downtown eio liaR
crnul. Leki Phone MO 3-4015.
BALE on* pair of _k.. Cairn TVS from 131 .p. Ouaranteed hit. you Pools .
Ur .. Wim$ or wluiout. ..... FhMU we finance I 00151.1 b.II>Io. beaon. Can be ItnUhedContact ONI BEDROOM: laraae apartment
._... trade-lni accepted Admiral Bale\ 6M IOO or 6H6-I006 Child accepted. Oil lintarklnt

HAVE BEAUTIFUL_Manoheltafa A ..".... MO 3171. paaooct raft BALE: or (MM. Two w.llocetod water. furnished. $MLAKB .
TV 4.4 N. Woboob.AUCTION builim buildInn a* hot 000.3462.
Terrier alto Dec ctiihuahulor
.&.lo. ready to 10. Mi riftPXKINOE8B SALE Main Btreet. Cell 8..-..... MORTON: Tnreo roo...:

IIOS'I'ON B\l1.&. PrOPr Iorsile. 0...... epertmene Adult onlMO ,.
NU '''21'. Every Saturday 7:30 p.mBAXLA'S 129 FurnIshed. Apartments Phone WO 7-4346. Auburn

PUPPIES AKC cc.. dnl
lot....... Irs to _.......,' Call FURNISHED OR unfurnl.hed prlu TWO BEDROOM: CB UI. floor.
MO 64607AKp AUCTION GALLERIE .. kU ..nlr...... M7.OO to plenty' of .tor... room CloMrlblni to
"Pormerly The Auction Bouw"We .MOO monthly Nance Apartit 701 yorwaw. .8NICU.V .
SOnY lisp lop _I.. ... *. MO 14441OARAOE .
Miniature. dachshunds DaVIs Buy nr Bell for Tell 8' 1.
Heather on rliihway$ M Seffnw 4300 H.... II W.P0,0. APARTUENT neat and FrjRMBHED Iwo bed
Tampa. ...JAM. _.__ MU 5-0033 ',lean. convenient BouUiilde locelon worn dunlFE. New quilt dlatrlcIdull. '-
( Hear Dlalrlend lood .el n-
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BOXER. HAD obedience tratnlnt. HOW OOOrr ro.w.n.I? Wei borhood. Call MU I.S3.3. .. *7.. 6K6OI04DUPLEX .
two yeare old. food wild* chlldren ossilcarprI from II Bl up Sot NICE thro rooms, b.th.
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Clark Stone eundlvlelon' In .. MOTEL APARTMENTS and Adulte.peu .
DuPont nvlon 19 Bl per .oartar4 noipital bun line
Medulla off Drano Mold Head Bratler run In ilandardand MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE I two room.. lloena utlltlM fur-no near Phon. MU I.330''.
5400.. vIakod.. Dill MOML 4BOO IIWT.m.a
numb.15 II.. ._1.1 cut MALL MIXED pupplec. read Inrludlnt round and 97 Articles Fer Sole-MIie:: 97 Articles Fer Salt-Mite 103 Furniture t Appliances. 109 Redte. TelevisIon 121 Mobile Homes I HlfbwiyUPPER OAR/OS. \.0 adul.oir SlOPS IrIs.rohlwmm.
to tea*. at. AIM pair whinuxu .. ov>li. Rui edclni done IB .or TWO btdrooma, IlilniIt 083.1210.
< \ Call MU B-a006 I own place. Fabric .clraranc ...1.. 1 ,o.m. 'l"'h'D. 11.11. oedar DIoo.... .n.not .r
Outlni at 2Sc per yard buck TWO ROD and reel. In toed: 1-aNon BANJO, 014055, pot. and OOOD ItLIDCTRIC WrntlllShnun.110cc. TV.I..I. Prom 12. 00 '31On. Near .10100, 10. 4011.. 052.0747. Wdirlws6IPotoIr.spsrtmwlL .
$9 and whit print at lor woven oodl000. a...ru' unolalmadlia I PiflO. I.O.U rschet.. wIndow Ian, ,.......Dabl.. Call NU tambIsitloa TrlUl. foe ....... MONTEREY DELMAR foe rlah.nIDI...h....
Livestock plaid at .... Firm ouallty mil estolu... voulli PianOs Ave .Id. SallIes. radio amall ftppllanooa 8013.'. Private ownor 11803.... MIRAMAR MARK a BLOCKS from wile*albInoarcs. llvni .,.. r....... ...11..... Iurn..h-.
rOSS at aavinn. ( fit youridtet D''_. lacklt 1KMapartment 50., room kitchen with "n MlilaalPRl. MV
a o no. KICNMOHB OA SrsnS.. nook soSlew. .. call MUooaa .d.. !*
Bedroom bath
BUT YOUR freeaer beef now SOc out 700.. 112 Wanted VAGABOND
and worm a rid* '.0. Ph.n. MU 54050..tE101051Rdt0a03' Mlscellame.i 54107.cl.AaSIPILD.
20' aLKC'MtIC .to.. ..tll> SOlO01(1w or MU 11364CLASSIFIED
lb., out and wrapped Whole ohalf Pabrlce. New -
Hamilton 'equipment .
Phon MU "1'1" or MU g..Cc.t. Hlihway I 1 1/10 OUrc I O"D. Like 000. JoI'U .....31. BEAUTY. SHOP lor Ilk. new MOBIU BOKI INSUIUNCB I DISPLAY
W.*. -051010* twO operator builneaaOnlr Bplnet. piano. W. SI" TV bIko.cedSo CASH ron rur unueot ttoeuAUTOMOTIVE I DISPLAY
North of tntmtat. 4 piOR ALK. lari .lamp book. lASs .w. weed elllhtle. Score MU 3.3377.
TWO OELDINOS aplrlled. .....tl..D. .Ito sod collivilon ol .. ...... thr.., I4snppsr.AS Mi prtre. Par chrat. odd I..m.. 811 BhonAcroa DEE'S
SOO3MOPEL rrllr
...) ildrra only Sound healUlen 04 IOn pIck UP.cSw0_ 51 .01 Morccli -I oph.,.'....... chair hand paintedPOR I drl.... rail IoIV 'oOII61 alter 8 Drlvo' lull off roul hZ I
...>. ..... oiler SpIns MU Drl. .111015. ..I her *.... 721 hot, pN. AUTOMATIC MOTOROLA hiI MOBILE HOMES:
s 34.17. P..rkrr_ ......... .... Ilk, new. play all _. .
vieD: FURNITURE. 55.. ..d.. ..ciint. .hap.. (30. MUBADCOCK'S 5-435 Ml II. Waoaeb ITO ......
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FOR SALE: flvo Brood noon. on. 541 a. noo Cochran draB elf SALE: alt .ndtUoner: MONTGOMERY 116 Automobiles For Sale
Lendrec Boar JO pli from S North Wabaah6002B AVPOOL MU .UOID cilflar SIlO 01501w I
weeko ldIOtht.nI000lhnld We a iv* TOP V..lu. 41.5.4. end other bouotbold So'ultIc. TRAILER ALES r.olal., hour.ants. .'
1116. CHEVY
II. air
for Inrarmallfin tall aaj..I04B or mpaCLOTHK8LIMS. 130' UsrtooU Av0500. Apt: .. conditioned clorai.. part. auppllee In.
llaa-HJt. Rob bel... Orosnrp0.0Dm ; I. MU 3.1.1.HOU.YWOOD. WARD Are Hariri Their iiomatlo .011..10... radio, i
hectic, tint** iiaaa, lured bonded local' SOd national
.11' SI wo I
PO81B Call
RoBS I and 3" complewlr nreduced DOUBUD: bed .... SEMI.ANNUALTRADE.IN .55-75-3, ......_..... Jack.. 4710 N.w,
.. ,n..prln. maUreei Kleclronlr, Installed Tampa Blihwar. MraM:<4.
92 Wanted tlvetteck Pets welded 41 croiurro with 0 mrrmpDndence coure. MU I 1(70 Fencing CLEARANCESALE 1517 MERCURY: NoD''."". All
.
hook.. S 10 and III So >>air cower, Laadrd wOOs intro.. 5005. LITI'LO"BLAVER travel Irellen.
'Scm. d.llc.'rP .Ot. P5cc. 0000100. MOTOROLA THEATRE: TV CHAIN LINK MU 5-5675, 1 13 .. IT. Coitello Travel Trail'
WANTED, A tew daIry caul nap W.t.t.rd Mould0.10cm.. .'ophonlo ptionotrftp. ud rtv- ire. Hivendala Blvd., Winter 55k.-
kind will par top ..MI price. dl.. qurtliiir Bnionntv. r oordMX CF TO (50 W* FINANCE Your -..." on. ..:O-.6a. I
Power Dalrr MU 4M33MERCHANDISE. 1 EXCHANGE OR. combine pour 6 > BTU Oil furnsvc. 482.370* For Protectionand TRADEALLOWANCE! .ootf. Low u MO down unenln.
uiidlPu 01000 "rol. .lIta FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM U..d Cam. 8oM. OWNER TRANSFERRED null
.ooncr Bee ad under peraonaotlcei ll"PHU.C03V. 011. 101\1 ecu al' > 10' BaSal, located" lot
002-5003. 6011..8. Beauty. UP TO (35 IttAL MCI l.&4 Hud.cn J... .1 Po .t...... Gordon'. Mobil
TBADE-IW ALLOWANCE On. ownor Air oonditiooed. B.'dram..U. .- Park Be-130t.
AO ARC welder (20 W" power CALL MU 25103FOR FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM' .. AUlnt i7a. MO t- 1 No BallyHooJust
95 Bicycles Motorcycles AUCTIONFriday drIll (10 PhoUxraphlo enlartrr 1 UT TO (50 i6811.. MONTERAT 10;>M' wltb 30.21',
'10 Aulom.Uc ..ath..,. ".. 72> 151005SCrScOId porch, corner
.... TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ,'13 CORVAIR Soc .510. ._.
Nites H.nn. .t.- FREEESTIMATES SI oe. No a. Gordon Park, 004
TJUXTMPH AND' Tiirnria aalee Only FOR YOUR OLD APPUANCBtlP 1440 Wool Itttli Street.l Lontfellow Blvd I

Sod _, .101.....r.. *1ectrl modal! _elarunijodela larclock. .. 7:30 P.M. BETTER USEDFURNITURE TRADE TO ALLOWANCB(10 I.l 5' HASH Hudnon Uorn.t. Oood 30.l TKAVCLO: wife full .lie Good Value

Lakeland Croia Co, 715 Wi buy or aeU for you FOR YOUR OLD DINETTE raneportallon. Beet offer. Viola bath air conditioned Aleo 2..ioabaaa
Woo Memorial. M2V2I6It & 99 I Beats, Motors, SupplIes Kennleoo. BIT Suwaneo NorUlB8 with I.... bedroom and
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION ... The** Special Value '$2 CHEVROLET: hacdto .1_'. Wood panellni Will aalleeparalelr ,
MO-PRD.$70. Call W I. APPLIANCESANTIQUES .. now ,
5037.liii. CENTER FIRHINO BOATS SO*50 uppaddloboardc tlr.s. '81. 00 Ford lImbos 004.0fl. 6M-6686 I I.aI.
SJts U. S. M Eaat8INCLR & GIFTS cenoo callboaU. MU 3-0070 Oak A.onuo TWO HBNBLEB houeetraUeri for -
MATCHI.085 a6000. lloo.l1015 Air Conditioner Oolf mobs paddlrblkee. oulboardu. 1SIl.ra.0051.11cR W. S. BAD COCK CORP. Kathleen .. One I960 two bedroom sIrcondltloond. ,
.ndt.IOD. ScsI olfer bo,.'. '. '. .
HaTendala, Wlnur Ha7 10 93 la t t Aleo,
It 3221 Polk AvrnHOUSEHOLD .. _1.ok.landf BEW1NO m"'hID'- 31500 Maple Twin Bedroom Bull loss CADILLAC Sedan auta. 1963 FORD XL500. Loaded. $OQO
.n. 153.0053. 1136 Hrnilee .1.1. Call ProiUproof >
choice portable or ooneoli Ian.is. Uahoaanr Bedroom Cull. Main Stows and Warrtiou.eeMulberrir m.llo radio heaWr. oktra cleanInanplni .
.. d.rD. .01 braider 51000- ,cable feed Chinee Bar car*. FOOT Chri. Craft twin ft*.eS8 Florida or......... Bariala prloo6M 030-3425. Just Like New . AOVJ
gram, Wokm bol15nholna. PIp kM.SD. ,ed Camphorwood One Round depth rerordrr. trade. slip Mulberrr Store Hour.r .t014 aftnI ....... ,LIKI HEW 84 .....UI.lDd.rr..U.r.. !
GOODS .. oJ 525 ._ o. $0 monthir. ,D.k Table. cut down for rolleeabl. 1 3U ....1m.. I'O. BoO 4. Aubkrn. e ( m. to ( p m dillr Fri. Bltee. 1.1 RAMBLER four oshI offer. Nina mllee North of 1963 FORD XL500 $
door
f CrodilI.n..r.. 1I..n' On. Round OaJt Tablerellnlihed d..I.. 1'10380&. Until 5 ems,,. .1. .rhlsd.r. .1.110.. btp on HI."..... Bl soot to Red 27 45
sutornaus
a learn Drop Lealable Open AH Dar WedneadiT. C While. Super MarketPOR I 4-Speed . s..e
KLUIU AUTOMATIC ...
prIntIpS I" CARTER Craft wllh motor D'W 1133 WooS .
MOVE FAST pr..., *ppe and ....... IoIV ....00 Walnut Peek Mahotnr _- for isis. or will tr.d. for campaller Over 50 aaaociat,.IoldaLakol.nd' itorai eerrUx urdo BALI 1063 New Moon houee. 1962 CHEV. Imp.2Dr. .
; WIU chair Cheat
... .
Call OHO-4334 trailer oOHO U. new lived In 1995
HOLLYWOOD TYPB t..ID hodPrOcllrllip naklaat Set*. nhtra chain Aeanrlat* Stars I'>7 CHEVROLET Bel Air hard
ho .. oicellent condition. three month. Alto ZenlUi portable H.T. . . .
000 000 soon It mini Room 'ulc Braued la' ALUMINUM boat CreeUIn 811 No. Florida Ars.BadcocS OB Make of ....
..
30' Cannon street. .nd .. I.,. will aroept trade MU .1..1.1. I,15cehseo.
Relrlieritori stoveen. i..I1.. 1110. 831 7.at. Boo.Op "31"
when advertise them 30"' Drl.. Will Treat You Rliht" 8ftul.. HIlltop Mobil.P52k 1960 CHEV. Sta. Wgn.
you Hlde-a-bed Ooodittretan
ONE BTORKLINB crib 'Jt; SOn WILL TRADE 196. Rambl.r ..tilos Sf10I from PI.leII .10.. I $1095
in Classified. To get more baailnet (5, one hull chair 110 new and. _luidWiter loot U' liberal.. boa 40 H P ....., for older "'....1 .ar 6Cyl. Stick shift . .
I a81. Cl p1.1.0 4 Helihta Blvd Color P't.*.... Come motor illrollor.. automatic W, eoultv (7 00 or will Isbn 1100raih 10' I *m 1B(> Pulurana. two
business fast dial MU 'n nod Brow.. .lart.r. upholitmd. aeata. Llihuke 104 Cat, Oil, Fuel MU 6-6171. bedroom front kitchen. 10>20eoreeo 1960 CHEV. Bel-Air Sedan $
KP084B8BED
FIVE P1torolllua
6-1131 for an sd.writer. to be odd to room...u.r, WE BUY SELL TRADE new MU 8-OB13 ROPANB OAS for cookIng. heatUK lIOn PONTIAO Star Chief F..rdor sum carport ncloeur lilt 10149 Ea.t Main.aluml 6Cyl. Stick Shift . 1095DEMONSTRATORS

m.r....* Bee at Mark Vc.duIlS Optn e ... to S pm a. CHRIS CRAFT twin Hercu I toot watr. Irrliatlon. Indua radio heei.r. new "'hi"
Foil, Soot N... Tampa Hlihwa. I.. online. perfect condition rial tu.. Call 8B8-3BB8, Ir*'I Iroperlal Urea. Clean. Will accept, trade. POR BALE Attrartlva. Mobil.
CLABSI'ICD! DISPLAY MU 13350.CAIl.POII1. Nww paint Inild and 683-1479 Homo trailer lotoo. Aluminum
out. Call Oaa Renloa 1313 hew

: ,11.MAKE 3H10 and utlll THE SPINNING WHEEL ..82.36.. .Auburndal Hllb..... Itwl RED Auetln KNoll 3000 .cool aban, .011 and..carport...r. Biresbu nic yard cash.Own. .. VOLKSWAGLNS

"" room. .oomplel. 00 S. J83O West Roiditer 3'000 nllec. food rand .. Phon. NU 3.33I I
..)orl. street lOll SoulS Plorlda,0.. SALE OR TRADE 105 Jewelry' I lion. Beat olfer 34o7. Winler .
MU (.2BDJrree Haven I.62 TRAVEL TreJIer 31 foot
=

I CI.A5SIPIUDIPLAY. Pirkini In Rear o( sum Cheap 18 all stool I860 boat. W. PAY caih dlamonda, (old \am PORD Palcon two door. Tandem.. ....Pull.. Fort bath carpeted Mobile. .
Mead 1645
Ii IiHI 3. HP Wlaard. electric nowrwntrala .olna. old Bold platinum ..Iionr9mb white. Mew Urea. low "'"..... man Homo? *Park. Lark Bl Martin. 1963 SEDAN . . . .
inoltum. run .. .. .. aJli .> u. and .tra Irr. DonS. ver> ,.'. Jewelrr. 108 Boutb Plor.Ida. equipped 0 rOrolliop heaL 1715cr B-U. '
YOUR >M Hih back tork..... (is tt3910 1l1U.. m.... an offer Alao 100> bent Offer MO 3-4611 _____n__ 1963 SEDAN . . . 1595
110' FRANKXIN-DfcLUXE Pt Travel .
e ..I. e dlnett lot In Lake Hauhlnaha Eeutot. -
..( .. .. .. ..... .... ... (M.MRei -As BUY antlQUa 01..... ..teh... "02 FORD Sour door 051.01.. aller. Like new Salt contained
(29.AO Bon aprlni oruntriprlni ...Irr. Aleo. diamond pl.ltnom! 01090. 301 BosS P..k. 500.5004.1$53CHVIiiOlP51S. N.. awnlni. All. oompleu. Pot 1962 SEDAN . . I . 1445
DOLLAR mattreu .. (I 1'05 OWNER: 703 Hull St. and... coin. John L Larwn 113I. four door .01. or will ....... for tarter!
Stale fertll., (.t.(. 50 lb. (1.06Uted 500005. hardtop, factory air radio heat trailer. Can be .....Dh.. Reed I Ior' 1961 SEDAN-AIr Condo 1445
. .
I bedroom aultea .oomplet 'r. Call 00343551.., 7pm. Oold Star Trailer Park H, .
USED TRUCKS ; (>'.. 102 ClothingBAUTIFUL 106 Machinery A Tools 3113. Bouth of Bartow Florida
...... lot vnllnlihcdlurnllur BUICK LESABRK!: W.I on. JBftOoood Route IT The VanBueklrka. 1961 SEDAN 1295
GO I :: . . . .
Ie . .. SoMHood up 35 AMP need welder soBS non.dltlo .dltloo. 81340 Can ho n .
AND TRACTORS wed TV a ... .. $4005 CHANTTLLY laceddlni cheap. Alto welden70S Seen It 8720 South LIncoln Ai. '
in now
.M CHKVROttT S.o.S. MO" II Babr mitlreaiea ..... MUied .Aloo. formal own N with.*4 chapel room trail mutt Meridian' Avenue. 68 PLYMOUTH four door waor .OD, condition KOU8BTR4IL1tR 1011300- 'X3&Pets. Good... 1961 SEDAN . . . . 1245
FARTHER dinette OIlS .... (lot UPaood L ..1.. Accept pirkup or automobile .
I I.u aorlflc. (83 3708. hone UU .40.
::chut* body. A I tOrso "n 'I UrnS ito..* and reiru. 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery New u*. spur Station 1960 SEDAN . . . . 1125
\. ....11.! n| to.... I orators .... .. .... I4. 5O up I Ro. and Intrahain.
whan you buy your 5.00.0. .. .01050 I Itrle craft paint (3U ...llonI. IOJ Furniture t AppliancesIEFRIOERATORS 122 Mobile Hems Wanted
shinS from foul I IN.lor .,. INTIRSAIONAL L5 (00, I 1 Alto I Una Inch of Plumblni anHardware < Ward I Slop SALE. "(0 Corvalr DeluilOO
cor ..,.ku.. CI..". A.I oo"d,. I On* owner. Automatic tran. WANTED TRAILER
under II 000
WASHERS
Moron. W. ..... 0 osoos 00 .".. POI., FOAM RUBBER ..eater*, air conditioner *Uj. All GET A GAS HOT WATER mIOlI.n. radio, healer Phon.. phone Tampa. e9ft-M12. Writ 1963 KARMANN GHIA Cpt. . 2095
elf.. y.u the .buttiles' CAn DO G,.. T....... G_ ouTLrrWe 5155.. repaired Prompt expertarrvlc 1188..280 Jtm Oaoa tat Cut Broadway.
ru.",". .."....." .. 14.' Cut It AU Bud HEATER FROM WARDS 1.80 AU8T1N :T..mpa. I
csrt Is thliro Sea u. for vood need aollanee H..I. P.1 01.060o 1963'KARMANN GHIA Cpe. 2045
or the moatratonbl K.V NOW W( PAY TOP PRICES poor Kelvlnator and Have Hot Water When I l.ns M.rIoD Dcl. 0n2.0e31 WILL AII8\1NE 'm.nll .n .1... "
1 Par Oood V.ed Purnlturaand on* dealer. Nit* Dar TV-Ap. You Need Itt! IUU OLtlOMO$1LE"Euooul.nt.ondltloo 10' wldn *.II.r. AIl.e e .
p.
1945
pIs KARMANN GHIA (
in Tbere Are AppIlaolc00CALL ancea. 1330 .Auburndal Rd4U Now Ini. call MU *-4>24. 1962 p.. .
hav. vr 8 8178 ...R.. In.tallallon JHJ24PWln
you inn Wbole.aio price CV ,
MU 32044
bl Don delay *.. TWOlcSOrn.11.c.l TV BARGAINS. Completslr r*- 117 N Kentucky "r Hov.n. 125 Buses : $' JA; -

ui for the' ) ....eI cr Low" ... Gord.' Cab" ...C.det...... Polk Trading MartU bullS and puareiMoed (39 $( and MU 2-5103 I IOOISTUDESAICLJO Lmrk 5101101'rOSA.
.buy of your lifol I 7 liP aBS 10 H" C.II 0". Pr. initallatim. Alwan S : ., Clean .a......... OODdlll.D USED BUBEe lot lale. School or 19636 Passenger Pick-Up. 1'. 1745
Mil 1.'"r ,.. e .Oe5". (. HWT (2 BAST Lakeland i beet bur 1 .\r.I.... TV at Nit* Dn TV 1330 08 Planet A Musical Inst.NB Mao. International Prom 1900
61 RAMBLER Auburedsin Ro.4. Opno .IU '..00DOl. 'a IT POND S.Door Falrlan Hard 1. COni.... H. a. Lt..I.. .ID 1958 PICK.UP TRUCK . . 495
CI.,..,. d.Deer Weoen Many mere DESIGNED FOR NU 5-1170. ANTIQUE uprliht Barialn' lop Automatic. radio. hat r. South IDorobom Avoo.. ...2uoa. -
Bel e! while 0,15tnnaalu. Lonnall I".. 508 South Florldi 51 POND a Door Palrlan*. V-8 ,
metehln* Inter,or. Au choose 'rontQUILLIAN BUYER TRAN8PERHED tak* o"-
automatic. .
radio heater
1 Avenue. MO 1 1191. .
'"virtual r .m.nlO OUibri od SowWoSUnShoupo
..ate, recllnlne kecki SOLVING PROBLEMS. ranie. refrlierator 6J OLDS (8 4 Door. Aulomatlo -
W.i .nd washer Never been u.ed No HEAR R.dlo. heater. Cream puff. RENTALS
.
12t1i INTERNATIONALTRUCK Classified ads do It quickly own parment needed AU 3 ftc NEW LOWREYWITH 57 LINCOLN. a Door Hardtop
THE Loadrd Eitra
.17 88 pr month Oil MU 3-OU1. nice
25 Business Places For RentS 1964 VW Station Wagons
AUTOMATIC 58 CHEVROLET H ton pickup
& TRACTOR economically.
'61 CHEVROLET I easily THO DOWN p..m'nb..* been ORCHESTRA: CONTROL! I 8 ..1.
To order 'em. call MU m.d. n,05.w Hot Point 'r.... 54 CADILLAC 4-Door. With Low Mileage At
BaraalnOtliera
.._. ...AI.. 8 ..1. 2131 D.". City Hw,. YOU PLAYa one-note melodr

icdpoas.poti5trnaa.L..Il.ogo.,..,. .. Phon MU 24117Formerly 61151: for an ad.writer. d.rrot'Ire. 3 Door....tn.rolrl..tor.Tak ovr nirei pap..net. ..lift tour rliht hand and autoatlrallr .' to ahooe. from S. FLORIDA AVC:-1110 SgFt. Substantial Savings!
"' r adits htatejr W .our one note melodrbecome
..... Leo4II *n. VW I ( P.... .Hubert ,.' CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY of ..13 Plr 010090. 05100.MU a full chord-have more See Charlie Costineat of Ilk. sowslr conditioned
In Ideal location nut '
pace lo
--"-' -0111. 10. from the ..r. firet n.1

I $2095 VACUUM CI.EAN&R8 r.bull" r.000dItiOnnd .- 8EK HEAR PLAY Elmer's Auto Sales Nw Polk Polk Theiter Pedaral s.Idsors.bulldlni. from Per
TEl MANY bcauuful atrlei now All Cars Guaranteed
..... snw. 50051w.. p..rl.. 0. cll.pla.' .0] N. Man. A... MU t.7083 fact for I aw.ro, ito Owner willtltion Fully
'61 RAMBLER Or..II.ld E1otrl. 3131 CInvolandHcl5h1. ,.. iparo lo auit reoulrenu .
Claw. 4 Dr., s Cvt BI.d. JoIU 0-0207. CANNON MUSIC CO. "'. H w. Bwckird Phone
*.*.e 4. Neat, ycctervA MODEL HOMK 'ornllora for oil. 303 S Florida Ave B3.(149 1962AUSTIN 086 3133 ROSS LAKELAND MOTORS
r Cend. Local, *n* I Si ".0' sIrloin. 32.0 P.lk A... Open Pride, Evtnlnn
""' nu'. 0 to S 8.tord. 50045.. SPINET ... HEALY
BEA\l1'I\l1. 01501
$1395 ONE HIDE.A.BED. In (Ood con 52751 CnntOl.. 5300, ...odlot..3UI 3000 MK II SHOP ATHOME INC.
dlllon AIM antique platform uprt.h.. 517 1 sask.BrowS. I 1500 W. MEMORIAL

b1 rocker table and hall rack OUer >. '.. 504 Sooth Florida' adlo. heater low 'mlleat*. A.Iondltlon 6-2121 MU 2-5183
Iteme. MU II.8453. MU
SPECIAL .mut' SPINET PIANO 50 SatIellewhIt. Price (3000 Call 002.
DOUBLE BED boo eprlnai. *. ....II.n. condition IU ooeo altar 8pm. I
I960 Chrysler and matUreea. (20 1M9 Bunrlai Bhora Acres Drive loot off route
Court 11 a 01" ..m. .a. and .ave. Turn to the

tOO H...-..*.SOnar f u 1 II CLAI.I'IIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED' _DISPLAY 117 A.tomobilei Wanted Classified Section for real
fewer. autematie values offered to you by
I
irenenilM,en. ra I
ale. neater. a r cane!". Model Call JoIU .3118a.. Do It now
t,ocInLW hi. I I
w,1(1 aeld, Inter.ler PAY CASH for pIckup iriuca or CLA..llfIIED olapLAy''
Cxtra altar* AUTO Truck Specials! .ar under (7 model. PI._ tall
bid UU 3.a 184WI -

PAT (IS up for Junk cara
$1795 Pr.. pick UP. Ton''''. iron and
1 SALES Metil Ino (10117.

I CASH IN a fla.h roe 0. plphopI

'60 FALCON : 1956 CHEVROLET I Bill'.a .r Howicd.WANTEDI oldor.. Ciii. ......... WIld ..........


.4.5.0p.....".m.w..". On(tinderd* ewrnor 1 Ton Cob & Chassis I wreck,: for OLD.0011.bunk Prompa,oe.ornnw pIckup. BRAND NEW
aher 21.000
"'"I11.lrO: Call Black. 613-dDOI II


I '59$895 BUICK4Osop Only 17500 ''I CASH FOR YOUR CAR 1964


Pendirvli Cb..rol..1II
...... Poll Mardtea power. eu.le- I ,bur rour car U 1.1..... COMETSGEORGE

h red temat wh.ta e,." Local heeter tranem one. .Mien 0010.own., Home of Quality Cars CAR PAYMENTSTOO I


*" $1095 1952 CHEVROLET with 395 HIGH? WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY

BARGAINS GALORE utility body . . ,
'60 FORD .....d..... Chevrolet win per off

FaIr!.". >00 S r-llnej. I our laic nodal oar and end SPECIAL FEB. CLEARANCE
.r. autom.a"a. Ton woo bom In on. rou can "'
m.I., .. ..d,.. ........ 1956 CHEVROLET .ord'i

......_... ._".0.' ...00.,... .. '64 CORVAIRMonia Coupe. 2395 Pick-up . . . 695 see MRurnfloM.. Dunn I

$9'9'5" (mew) Only I . . PENDARVIS

4 '51 PONTIACeonvert '63 CORVETTE Sting Ray $4395 1959 CHEVROLET Ton 895 CHEVROLET I $1889 T $41 80 Month"Per

... He. ned and New. Only I . . Pick-up . . . .
wh,t*. Full power. autematla 310 N. Florida Avo.
tran.m',..,on, '63 RAMBLER Station Wag.

red.o and$695 h.ner Loaded. Only . . 2495 1956 CMC 1 kn. Von A real 895 120 Farm Implements I 1..11.' 2-Doer Sedan I In.l 36 monthly payments

nice u . . I
I '63 RAMBLER 4-Door. CAll TRACTOR 0200. CoIl W clvdot dust! l lun vbort .**) .rmhrnt afters down paymentincluding
See _.
2495 .I.JO or MI1 ,

Ok. llndengren Air. Only . . TRACTOR. dl.. aIld .mt *"ulnfin 170 cu I Intpttel .
BRAND NEW :;?:Dbl .. CoIl MU 4-0004..I."I I I I credit .life I insurance.

62 PONTIAC Convertible. *. I all aynchron.mitiieii .

Paul Sharp. Only . . 2395 i
1963 btal frcni .

'62 OLDSMOBILE F-8S. 1995 I ] YOUR HOME.ENTERTAINMENT. I

Air. Only . . /2 TRUCK M44500 .
STATE TAX AND TAGS NOT INCLUDED

Naylor '60 THUNDERBIRD. 1995


Air. Only I . . I need be
not expensive.

Motors '60 MG Sport Coupe. I Check the Classified section IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AVAILABLEAT
1295
Only . B42 Mack Tractor $350 Down for good buys in used

1047 E. MAIN I TV and Stereo sets
ST. 61 DODGE 4Door. I

0005 c..$ Mil a.d,,, Air. Only . . 1495 G200 Chevrolet Trac. $350 Dn.
P00W. CowS Mil 3015opSn
..... CI.ASOFIOO DISPLAY' I CLAUDE
JENKINSNEW
Evenings Till Reo Diesel Tractor $500 Down

9 P.M.I NOW 2 LOCATIONS 1962


Many Others To Choose from FALCON RANCHERO

1360 Highway 92 Auburndale -

CALL Low Mil.. wklt In
.
1011 East Main St. LakelandIf ; LINCOLNMERCURY
condition
Charlie Whiteleyeu ar John lemmen pffct


we rfon't Sore it one place, "ft will ,r. a.'y ATPendarvis $1295ROSS

be at the ttker. AT 941 East Main St. phone MU 2-6132


Chevrolet LAKELAND Iaito.... ........

ON THE SPOT FINANCING MOTORS, INC.

1500 W. Memorlol' ItvdPk. -

...... 150 VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM 310 N. Florida Ave. Ph. 686-5165;. MU 2-SII3 I


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RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS '* RENTALS REAL ESTATE r LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday Feb JJ. IM4 M r i


129 Feralthed Apartments a Now TWO kodraoipt carport Mo bows lourui Our. 134 Mobile. Horns lots 139 Unlwmlihse' H..III1J4 143 Mobile Home Lets REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
"If.-:
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PI'ru'1ENCV APARTMENT OTO Tampa HUhrar LAN BONNY Pour mar M.bll., 1'W0 .DIlOOM roSoro10 0450oth 144 Acreage, lets fIr Sale 144 Acreage, let Fer Sli.PA''IV' .
round floor Ul/ll lei furnlbhedIde TWO BEDROOM home. AdnltNa ,.'H....a Park Nov I.....' lau. I. Non sod ..,........, 50M Free Rent.
II. MU a....... 01.1. pea, _...n<*a. toe I Lakeland HKb and dn Munioaloolrlo 5.0540 10. Nsrth V..op PhDs. '. LAMB ..
r S : >un ROOMS" balh nuWMiedMfurn I jnomn permanent raeldonw KU I pal vatar aid aoce,. ..U"'IO''tva > ..... Mm. -limber 400. acre.ood ......
QIS hed. Oood IneaUonohnrohea tart VSlsSrlsP001 moo, taa, .ku. ,...... (lack 05 / ROOM boss.. Walr cure. Free Towing. 3 ACR- ,..IWtr..., .. 'I....... Mear Plant Ollr; Onllt.
I Ir51 tOllrye. ono; LekeUK RKNT three .kedreom hews. new, Drove park nopplu con.lor .- "15054 Oood 0501... Oral Co15.On. nut outline ell. S1SO por acre Te,,,,. SS<. down
Murton., 880..0J p"nl> Itiralehad or unlurnlthed30d Ooad lake.... fUhlne and bust.ISIS. ., I .
( ''':DR ON7u"II ., bath New Taiopa HUowar. MV, Sal Lo.Small. Drtvo. UU 1140 S1t7Jmxtfc Nine:). Crr 3.....,. M renu-al World. .'t sat ullriod ..._ per era, ud Or K Loll oil Dtck. Rraltr,
saosinth
.. lOll Bait Mala
msblthoms IU ,
h .bo0er. UI/the.. Porminntcwt. KObT $ B park worth pbone tSd-SU3
., Bachelor elile, or taro POR anT hln....... ho.... II MOBIL Park. .dSO Me, .I TIt.."PROON. brdr0m .050.31.lakalronw 'iall i
'INM. .:r005I.AKC 1111'I'. ranpa HUh.,. Lana arr lau Jobs ........ U4 olnria M ntobllhoMe. ranch reds EATON ....K-W. have S i'tPOlI.
Municipal metort, ....... lalaphon. luajiot Til eliir la ; AKXKH: lovely, brand Cw TWO BIelJIIOOM "eu... Thu .. 551-,579. Writ Minn aa 410J WI 00555 II ... n5000W .kulldinf road for SSOOO. Oood term.kCltEAnsv .
0 411 'u'n iou'"i Ul. batn. OrraIoIl7ui ....11 Ohlldrus aoaSplO. 090 5 .IX ROOMS, oull ....... modern ,. ...11....., NEED A LOT
."e. thCIt room .I Odlo, elouileie .. ato QTBPAClOua "AltO" "0 BILl hD". 0404 tar .14405. .atSS. .11... '10. 547Monur.IIo. IT'S ALL NEW
., root. 20a. ... ......
II Ih.1 lloor MU d-dTM._ ioUTHaiDC, Mil. POOP NU .0611I.. 0 erne teed. land
M block Drive Out
IIIU To
-- 'oOtIli.MOBILE Today Here
"OUH HUOMC'.d ports o>C el Belvedere. Two kodtaom i .' ithin a mllot of Lakeland (uume they argil! Right behind -
: .eoond floor Clan conveniently .,... ta ichooU. .....rr, ale THOU lua POwhaao 55000001, II from.5.ur50tid.raIl $00.. CIRCLE M for ,........ or aubdlvidini Palmore Elementary
ALL .....IM. ln..lro lilt (tout* Mew UK _.. Plate HO a* oil LIVINGAT .U .-...u. uoooo an acraMMTRICTED School in
Yuk sell under. ..,-..{, Pbone MU Dub-Lynn Acres
l-4d7, mess BEDROOM .......Id.. MOBILE HOMBBITMBeautilttl _
S144OC11C. I ITS BEST HOME high on the hill off Polk
1 llHUt POOU. clean noar pot olllc and 01.4015.4. prapr-rtr In (..1.1551Hb.hl15ds
NEW' = tarece tMrwnenl. Near LakeMorion ,,- "1. 1014 SwulA TannowooMU 1501 West Arlana St ahaut two mllee frog Avenue. Lots rang in site
K 1', nn.O t tmnROOM .. HI 5 lovely lak.l On. Uiet dot Open 7 Days I 8 PMMAimrUL .i wiut paved road fronted 100x143 up to 153x234
11i _. COM M IIICIAI. aAIDCN11AL city type eewer.. (Ins arinklnt'eler. TWO BIPROOM C. 04n... burl Eipen.lve: atUaoUva home Paved streets
el ,
Factory = urs "h aerCr1 direct power : m oul. .11, b". butt .n W.II..I1 LAkuM tM city water,
kitchen, but walar. Cell MU 5015040,4...1 Rod, 0'11"110'001ural.h.d .o'-o Mr for minimum '\\.I".r/ .ppI kl $ SO ...kl". MU .11" 'lot trailer .. Late Parker.hadr Oev.to ready .built I* tha area. If ,OL outside city, A.1 restrictions,
1507 s1 MS. 91 0.105 U build
1-421 are a O.IUT
Fresh 11III THRl:1: ROOM dup1.i. nlreyIIUMI mortal ''L .....107 .." .... r.lbT:turAUr4.,01Thss! : IP Iru ON* MDROOM ..".... unit.... "0517TRAILSI Tank. water. and .....,.. Ph type hone. why eetuo for.a eltytlae quiet and peaceful. You
.14004, hot w.tor. hoatrr .. lot when von ran t
aMlv ( acreate -
I *..... .. ...., on. lId. MU 133 Mobile Homes hH'IlU 31081.1.t ..... I* Medulla MU M $ OWOSIta: Y.u'lJ ..)0, .. the eema prweT tnv...... hays fruit trees, fire hydrants -
I"'J", TH Watt M.snella.POV1He1DL '." r i\. \,:: 55ter 011.415 M.ItoWs'r "OSrOK. 1I.lbl 50 roux 5045 10. I. 5wka .... U..... and most conveniences

liirntolied.. APAHTMJtNT Permanent ....MleoUr ..nl.d.lrod. :. CLEAN MODERN lurnUHed koueetrallere Ro... ,TIIRCI 0E0000M. on. .11I. I.. bl.wood... .Tr.ll.r... it 1.004 M1510 Par.. .Two is for pleasant living
/ Drive. MUCIX1KLANO ootiatee. Oood llvlniidltlone rood 11051105, I7IC1 Man(4n10o0.0.nlal 405.15 I.... ... in
17n II mil Circle 5100 monll1 Call NU .t.rMt. 101. P. Dub-Lynn Acres Priced
Ullhlleo lo.rat.hedi per H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR
QM 1..IJ7.lie ... .uao-di. 10 _.1'. ..:t- US hems Per Rut 100111 or MU ._.. tmel,.. re.irlrtd Fallow .1...wndererottillliue. B Sdwt.. below market for Immediate

lu.e aasltm.uO.AL 3,17. RENT .ala .von loom Hollowar. Jr. KeaJMr, MI. sale.
or Sll Look for
oiMiria. kiuxion, utuiue.urnlaliod LAIIOII lIOOaa. .1.... .,.. JoUIO.D. ,.,. ... our signs,
a 30' UUDIRN ......... tao.. 4ra1Sr (rncod and uuiltr houhona or 5050470
/ Aiulla. Phob..0144 ....... .,....... As.oola4al drive In
and
.
II S.JJ1* .....In... .b ...ke A.... I. Polk, CI... .. MV P.5.130.COMPORTAIOL1 PUns ma.senlbl. MU 10413LKAM Prod W'bllo pick out your
Cull WO '54451 lww4 V..11o '( TWO bedroom house. 144 Acreage, lets Fer Sale Jim Pollard Jr lot today
Impala Sport Coupe 11 i'IIW"'OOTUUB. One kodtwiaitint Boa 351. "Ik CII" BEDROOM $5 SO .1 IOM In, ......r. convenirnano '0. Bob WllllamttAuburnitala
yard. Ilia katn one Mairland 31 TWIN bed.. $...r liirMabad.iota on. ......D. (I I SO two. Kitchen nonUi Inoulro Sll Will FlV' ACRI ,...... .11 d..... 1"D.III. WO *-4Sft< )
I '- Kneel email homeau No Agulte. (IS week 141month rivlleeee. perklix spies and but Ptlmruo aiTcBIX Mel Pulp Rrator. 1047 O Poyd Kimmemitnn, it DICK
t In"u" 140 Wmlree, oft Coal Pal BARNESRealtor
Hi Mtrid Cull 553.2533. I lII.mo".1 111 a. Plorlda Ave, MU a 3111
.
,metta.f an (la llo* ROOM 50(01515 hod, Twblock 01,1. "U "'107.OUI.ON
INK AND twa bedroom trailer.patiot ONE ROOM private. home the Les from ...Id.. ".. Aooeg PAR 1C. AllraoUee leke. trench Office
URNIbllKU APARTMBMT loutoomi awnlnat, utllluee luiniuilaundry j location. comenlent PrlvUetet. ten HIT soul Myrtle. roar col view. 10'". Lo... wooded aiuo with 1131 3. Oleander MU 0-0113 MLA
-I I' and 360 kith. 141.._T.ns4woodAt.plr 54. ,larUlllee. (U.Sid Par MU :II.31UWiNriO ..... eewor and sour in Oood term.NBC Oil S. fla. 6B6-7103
..... alO. 1'.1. ar phana week. .(56435T'RAII.O Two'workiny. er retired .: 0'. MODERN: two Iotdroom 42.. Land Compssr, dia-ooaS
*, M. Ut Illlee lural.hed men, prime b.ih 133 3. plr0, 01"1' 1144000. .e3..UO or CHOICE BUILDING elle-'ISO'kI4 .
'CLCIII..... ...naps.D. ".1.04to........111'.uU'u'.h. .., B.... 51055.. Mar Wait ..... Wool Jot.pr.lne M.30B1Ut 5034001.CLSAN ( directly. behind ..(t Cleve' 3 ACRES $3000 C..AUII'I.O OIlP..AV
Carpenma Home Phono (Mith land '1.1 Iii, Blvd C.U."U 0Op31
1031.'.1., ..... Clark H..11' 505 .10. Unfurnished Apart. .ronl PLOP noth.form 10.hou5 Omoh.nd.. screen.5d MVJ 5.3570. Near Griffin School. Cleared

ao' 111A1LIa: .ith ..bo.., 043.- Soars urw. .10001. O. .par IInS LAUD BUY-1010 ..,.. eemlcleered truck land. High and dry.
BIt 130 fumlthsd Houses Adult.. 410 Orr$ liD LINCOLN COURT Ap.rtm.nti"1540 Phone MU 1.131' PLUS, lend, SOD per acre Good road. Call Ed 1959 BUICK
15'' 1= pnone MU a-ocja.It I Lakeland l04., .$ for colored pe*.' THRU bodroonlNrwln 1340 acre rot ....11. ,...... and graded -
SPACIOUS
Pie, Worth Llncala Paula MU 1-3909 with T. R.
and .
Weat Ilkihaale crow fenced Corral and balms ,
NICELY KUHN1BHIU: T,. ..... Nil ...,... palnlod, 144155 rard. Carport > chuM. tes per ..... SO ..... 50... II.'...... Wh1Ss. As.10wtIs. .
roomi and k.tn-ootuio. MU a0878 Can>onh"ntlr Ipoawd 140 .. Tucker, Jr., Realtor, MU
= fROM = S.s t.11 .... Oleander NEED AREPAIRMAN 554040 "I". or. .11... JoMphlno. MU 5.034. (0 only head(1100 at SltOO rattle down only 100(0000.0. 8.7173.. .sour 05.or/os. 55tH,
.
14001 te Thle le th. alr et i..I Or.bno nN000450..
'YOII RENT "n..h' hou.5. 1000 ....., tour milt. Iron Cy-
airertirRONT HOUSK Purnldirdliehla Oak bedroom(been apartment in Likeland r7H 100045 .nd Your, ." Sir1004 or... O..d.... US. hithweyreman A .AU".U' 010. _
.
SEDAN 2765 : and $amr. Children ...- IS air condition bull, Pool NU ....... ( only (7SO per acre. aeeR
rani and .
118Im5,5 ......... Call altar 0 p .. veek ? .11.11. y.'U fend arm 501on1n0 eleclrlAKl .,, UYURNIMKD THRE bsdrsom C.Ato or K. L. GardnerDirk. ACREAGE Only $1095ROSS
duos. MU ...aJJQ.'fiiRiiii Ch.rlq '.,".r. Chaos M 10' ftDI. I'U Oak 1111I '. Really loll But Main Lake Front .( acre of cleared
.
'
3.411. U61root. Phoae MU ( (Ul. fenced paelnra land near Polk -10"-
4400040. Couple or wItb, You will find a complete MU 1330 ,
.
a Clip with approklme H mile
,
bob'. crun04 porolt. UUIlIoaopt.on01 TWO IIIIDROOaa .. bail PIV ACO hi.I1 sod Orr two LAKELAND
$99 DOWN OR TRADE' listing of 4451 I. 0111. "HR3 BEDROOM twa of Lake Prontaee Term.
dependable b.drsom
bouta. b..do.d.
toss bus. ...... "U laod. Nrwlr r.dotorsl.I' Porker and Wai.o modern
53044 1.:3I1 Smonth. nor Like pond, IrrlssUon, .snwd, I Acre near Medulla Oood Price
service firms In Classified 0111 MOTORS INC.
IIm PUHNUHED Nil '.'1804.L1a0r. Stour, CIIule. too moot. SJO aat ViII(1S !lo.d.npW. ....... P1551. Ollf and Terme ,
COD AUi. two bodloom. under 1..1.
today "Busi 7033760CHOICI
'63 CHEVROLET Impala 2-Door Hard ., oonvenienl. locaUon. Adulle MORTON area. Soar Kl WOODLAND Hill. Two bedroom W R. "alll" Willlame, Realtor 1500 W. Mtmorlal 1'.4.' 1 1rh
nix nonthl ins Lams .tro.t.Phobs ness Service hek. Elerlrlo ,.n... relrleera. hardwood floor., lencodard 10'.110' 'D' I. OlIn 1(31 a Plorlda Ave. (M.l3JiCLAaaipno'"Dian
... .
tof. Full' = MU 3.340.O4A504'SOD. I.,. Duo-therm heeler acrM>nd (ae-I>1( Bundaye ay afterS "Porn Pl. LsnO.ea55d.. II "I MU 2.5111
ill MU IIJ
= $2195 po..h. Wars tubs.. $60. WIM ....dar.. I LAv
DISPLAY 1.A. .OOIl..I.AV
power . . . -- 0504313.w Ursa .. BaVCN ACOSa .ood arm '. ----
SIX ROOM' b.drerr.entd <
r on ....d rood Pour mllee 0. .
DUPLEX, .
O three roams and pflrohee new Lik.Morton.
bath Modern. Mg month lobe 11H Writ OILS 1100 aera. Terme Archer '''"h.
Inquire
_
II 63 CHEVROLET BclAir Sert Lemon atreat Telephone I.t..d Iook. 5554355 ,
$1795' AIlGmTI TWO BOD000M CII. modirshow. In /fuel Meet
agaQ2ftSTHREE THIRD MCTION ll : COllie
2Door. Fully equipped. .. 5101. .ad ,."II..lOrIIIV now (yen
II Sun Aeroe Plok your lot newhilt
.
ROOMS bulb. 111.4. ..
0.4791.
..
.. .
clow to .. the eoloetlon la Hue
church. .
1:1: I < ta eteree. eihooleee EXCIPT1OMAL ho..... 111.5brdroomr. &lCUI bl.II In.. with PI..I, 01 .
62 CORVAIR Monsa. 4 epprecleie SIS Sail
$1495 ..I... Its both. bl( room. .11510 trs.. TOhab prln 5400S5 ,
speed radio and heater. HO too SIM Clark RealtyH40il dawn (S month Par .'0,. j.I'P IIIt'
= IELUXE TWO bedroom wltk eon nform.llon. eall Jerrr ....d,.
197 cal heat aad air eondltwnlnaMint CV t IJ1S ar Den Winter., CVJ
I .. CLEAN THRU bedroom CII. .... .,
la oven and ran. rafrie- -uu Wlnier H.
a 62 CORVAIR 700"4Door r rotor. Walblnt' shoo .. Crr.lal Uke STS Phone (MS114 .
$1295 4hoole end I.AKEL'"D BE4. ..I".. Lot
Sedan . I chopping. The hne.i .....
a ,...Im..' In Lekrlend S10O pelnonlr S HOIIIEII, 0'0" P..k. Thrsobedrooms. 7"111. wal441. .I. (5SOuth,5W ':
S1I Wool C.role Itratt. t... bot hi. P4rldoroom. 01549151 .nd .u000L. J
[ :11 1 s. a Habei. MU d ten 52.000. Call' uu 100111 0' MU .
'61 or 5130 0 1110. Clark MslLp ...3.70W
OLDSMOBILE F-85 4. 11 .U 53570NPVRN1oHio. 11..031. Ji

Door. V-8 end radio $1 095 MODSR: .... 'ANTED, IS I* 100 2.10501
r.decorat4 .21 .HOR' A. ""105 b04roomU fLO 1501 ....
PoIor S5
mr i Come on 'In and "Browse" Around- air lot oil P.ur MU rooms MoU7a..ad bath, Its both, Plorlds' ........, hi' .01..0. 1.0010 Or .lIn.bu,. Cone
bout Ina. 5140. Clark 110.114'
.Id. 0I1t. M.
a. Pulido and
'6J CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hard We got plenty more to choose from I NEWLV DKCORAT 110. (05045. .114I.4011. Don Sod Farm. S7d.S7i4. Tampa T i.

B top. Factory air, $2295 B -Do it today t met bath'to1WO t, .Park, Hllrl.ulre ill iMreilot Pal.:., BUY LIKE RENT1 OHOVI and ...LAND.. Boautllul- (0 hlah ecree. land Pin. .n"SPARKY"

II radio and heater . '60 FORD Station Wagon cylinder itenderdtranimlision. 2 BR, Fla room, near warn eKtlon Lekeland fine eendy ,
ROOM Motorola h.d ..P..Itn. roll Price 'J IO per acre. Terms
Q m Air conditlontd. ..., rear Silver Moo. Drlta ID. .. 30'.0 down aee R. L Gardner. t
'61 FORD Galaiie 2-Door. IN.. Tampa Mlehwty Hem* J 3 Bit oak shaded lot, 127 It O .... or Ray K. Lee el
B $895 II 57 CHEVROLET. Power itssrlng, power brakes.Air Lewie. Son n.altor 204 south Dick'* Malty, 1011 Eaat Mam 1
'......d. Avenue. ((ltlllOPEN Ruth. Phone' .S..33. THOMPSONHe
Extra clean
n . . ""clltl."... -
HOUSE 3 BR IVi bath Fla room, 1"00 545.0. T50m.. ICI aura I.nd
'J9 BUICK EUCTIIA. Power steering, power .1&11 ,52950 sroro On 5004 rood
w '152'FORD Fairlane 2. $*| fiOlZ brakes radio htattr 795 1:30: to 5:30: P.M. near Crystal Lake CI... Is t. Lakeland. Call 1st would like to take this opportunity to
sharp
?" 3 to' choose from 1101. T.mD'
B
Door. Fully equipped I w Jr3 = : 55 OLDSMOBILE Door Hardtop. One ews r. 738.744 PARK HILL 3 BR, 2 bath, Winston I Invite oil his friends to drop In and see him

B 60 CORVAIR. Radio and Four deluxe 2 bedroomapartments School
h.at.r. Air
tendltianod. area
Mirror
125 Lake
ot Lakeland Ford Company -
61 THUNDERBIRD. air. 2-Door for adults ,
n Factory Standard transmission. 3 BR, fla. room near !

a Hardtop. $2195 '57 PLYMOUTH 4 Door s...". Radio, heater I MARIDONAPARTMENTS I Searstown rent only. [ [ Drive. "Sporky" has been telling auto.mobiles r

B One owner i. . 131 : and automatic transmission. Owner, RELIEVEI for I IS years In Lakeland

H 59 DESOTO 9 passenger Station Wagon. Asto- Unfurnished Heum MEL RUDY I

'60 PONTIAC 'Station D matte transmission, radio' and heater. 1139 U3T II REALTOR Memorial Blvd.SI I HI' Stop In today ond let him show you the 1964
ALSO PARTLY furnlih.d S andS .410T .n, lima
Eln Wagon. Factory air. $1 095 B 'o2 RAMBLER. Radio, heater, standard hans bedroom Mel RudT Reel'or THE TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars ot Lokelond

Steal it at . . mission, reclining seats. KIT &.., ......tllII Bled. ...-
B ,yam.UNPURNIOHLD. 3 Prdrsom. both. ea'D'$ ..
Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Fordas
57 CHRYSLER Windier Door.. Radio andheater. Corn.r Lot .uths/ds./ 11I0 psi0405th
S bid
B '61 CHEVROLET Wagon Parkwood. A Q room, carport, S DUPLEX Work tcheol.ouitiyeta .. the of the "feor.LAKELAND
(to. SIis Carolina I Bedroam, ..."'Kartlulda. S1 PRESSURE[ [ car ,
II flawless $.1295m 59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2.Door Hardtop. V I, II aaa- 071 or 5524000 mo,

III automobile . . .. automatic transmission. THKIB BIDKOOM with,. carportOT
REALTY
Harm Mi... .lto. (7| BEERMAN
'60 CHEVROLET B.IAIr "6" Automatic noata, .
hans 'I Coat Drown MU S ISnvi !!
: 3535 5 Fl." .. .... of a tight budget through
FALCON Fastbeck Mini.
63't ROOMS all
II tiaou-ic
minion, radio and heet.r. FORD
$1995 ..id. refrigerator furnUhrd, Cool NU .3111 Claasified. ad.., To sell
a V.8, equipped . IIII '63 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2.Door Herdlep.' Radii, location on .... Ro.d. 500month. things you're through
Permanent It...... .11- I
and heater, power steering. 4031UNPUHNIBHID FOR RENT with dial MU 8-1151 to CO. INC.
,
61 CHEVROLET Impola Convertible. = TWO bedroom. place an adCLAiSIFleD. I I
OPIN 9.9 DAILY 3011 Lakt Bonnn Drlrounrurnl.h.d4
rJ Fully equipped $ .h.. ...>... (40 and. 545.0040501 todroomi S Ills b.Uii. II I 125 lake Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 2.1102TOMINSON'S
1495n Mike Chomaort Dorld Rakaw, Essrko Home, .ho'' MU 5 73iTHREI n.III.* Plorlda room I.....
= 5 to choose from . Harold Crowford. Art Ibarly. F,."'. Walker' BEDROOM CB, alnoilw teh.n wtn kullt-m (nlurt.Don .
A. M. SILVER JR., I/tad Car M."..., n.> 101 Oaan.t. airait '1I Call rocro.uon room and .ur. DISPLAY
uu .Jol3. sir apart Prncod In rear raidna
'62 CHEVROLET Impola Convertible. blots 141 LIIBO BU BUieokT

Fully 1895 = HAROLD FUSSELL L. (Shorty) Palmer .

= equipped . . V5I LEDGER Reator' LMLA ,
lot S Tenn A...
Over 22 Peers of D.,..",..,., Quality" Service' CUSSfFffO, ADS PI). Ollire MU J-OI7J

:. 57 CHEVROLET 2Door. $495 = 411 N. Florida Ave. 682-7113 ta 0.B.Te.MT.>..S.A SlfOnt ... n UU

V-8, stick shift . .
n II C..A''I'.IO. OIP"AV CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ I

IJ '59 EDSEL 2-Door Hardtop. One owner .

1v$ new car $595 :

a trade-in . . .

CI : LOT OF e

6J TEMPEST $1795

Station Wagon II&I e,, I ,t;Y1'kuu' .y 53:'
B +tr4tp liE '63 CADILLAC Sedan DeV.lle. Full $5195

'57 CHRYSLER. Worth $995 anywhere. D power factory air conditioned

= Our price $695 B '63 CADILLAC 6 window Sedan. $4895

ONLY . . . a power, factory air conditioning

= '63 OLDSMOBILE S88 Holiday Coupe. Like new. Air
63 EXECUTIVE cars. Special purchase. II
U conditioning, power steering and brakes, hydra

Save $1500 = matic, radio, hooter, electric
= up to . . $3495
windows . .

K.ane..r10us5 c ._ .", o. Y. Tsa. U 1 gI' TiI '62 CADILLAC Perk Ave. Sedan DeVllle Full power,

:! factory air $3795

conditioned . . . .
'
I / 1 I ) '62 PONTIAC Bonnaville Station Wagon. Air conditioning '

-. ."; real sharp, loaded with all $2995

/ 1 'ftd "" I :] .1. factory power equipment .

:' '62 PONTIAC Grand Prix. Radio, heater automatic
it a'J )l" r. 1.,1.rtidi;
0./L ,.eS/ '' '" > i.., transmission, floor console, power $2795
-"I II.r-rhiI*; N' t
5 ( "
y I f"7r steering and brakes . .

..' YA(1 "}:t.ltl.'M 111111 Jt'.t4''f'lIW' '
CADILLAC D ''o.
60
.. ... .. ... $ A.\P-.W: Coupe o.VI $2595
Full' power . .
.Atta: .M.4.- I" "
,' .... ... '60 CHEVROLET Impala 4.Door Hardtop. Real sharp.

JIUTU" ) wOMx5.7f: Economy special 6 cylinder.
; '
Power$1495
trt 445 If. w 1h t/r4t.115pi1e1 lr J"" tt tf'ttj

1 :,. :, :. Y1'ItslS'' 1. .U ED' CONTINENTAL, : c+Gtra"4 eoAr \\0 '60 glide PLYMOUTH, power steering Fury Hardtop and Coupe. Automatic


: :brTHaON1.1; CSR ; tAN "tS. ,A'E W CONTitVIAC transmission, power steering, brakes, $1 f\Q C

.v radio and heater IW7 a9

r / L.- : .. ...:7.kW411 rr9h"
-y .. :,. f. 59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVllle. Full $2095

; power, factory air conditioned .
You might say the biggest difference between a

r late.moddf Continental and a brand.new one is ::: .Club'i".I li -"Pulir.. Our' '59 CHEVROLET Perkwood Station Wegon. V-8, air"

/ that one has been road.tested a bit. longer than :o";;. conditioned. automatic transmis- $1295

the other Prom sion, power steering, brakes, R&H
You can scarcely tell that It Is not .
r The classic look has not changed T"e app.srX33915. '56 CADILLAC 4.Door Sedan. Special this week.

been restored to prime cond,t,onjn both Full power and air $QQC

1 ants and performance. conditioning I . . . .
And the price Includes,as standard equ pment, Why een.lder mldd/ t'laael '(4mmr
w thout tet 0.5 drtvlnt a realou.l
virtually 1 I every ,luxury and performance feature Ir produot thot 4. 00 e.eo ullver.'ted OVER 50 CARS TO SELECT FROM

you can Imag no. Why not mat* this your year to ..and. oa (MM ta meclianleal.

move up to a LINCOLN CONTINENTAL.

M. P. TOMLINSON CO.



CLAUDE JENKINS'LINCOLIVilIERCURY CADILLAC a OLDSMOBILE e VOLVO

1 1' I Is. "Needtuertort for duality end Value for Over 23 fieri/


938 East Main St. x o X Phone MU 2-7173


941 E. Main Lakeland, Flo. PH. 682-6151 C

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i t -DLAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday Feb. M. 1I6e _( I PJV 9LL'1 RENTALS RENTALS


i LIVESTOCK MERCHANDISE 121 Builnni riacn for Ron 129 Furnlilied ..,..rtlll'I"'l'HRItI
1
HE. ? ]
4 I
rn A wo KH0W4 NIHIEt
I = 0OMt0l ONE OP MY MEl I C ) ISAPIM'dct and b.t*. Strop
S.I.-Misc. 0 !1 AND ITO SUII.0100. 10.40' Sot .Ira.. Cuehi ROOMS
18 Call PillHAVE 97 Article For
i Dos, = 1 kiQ 1 I BACK FROM ? U7.ARDSI aged so NOIo..n' or .bat downtown 110 lout Matnoll
KP6CIM. Joel HEU. have you Pectn crnul LoIs SUeel.. Phon. MO I-4B1S
=
SALI D Dtr' ot tom. CSBD TVS from SOS UP. ' ranled -
Ilnlehed
I = wiw, .r wIuoul. I c.as. tblao *. flnanc. WorklntradeIn COMB DIKECTIV baUilnl beech CM be ONE BEDROOM laraie apart,
I.ObbS. accepted Admiral Sales HERE TO REPORT I Contact B 6-1430 or 6M-1QM mont Child M..pl..d. OH .Iran
'oil Borneo MO S 3171. Peaocoa FOR SALE or |I...... TWO well p.rimt, .,"'r u.DI.b" 0tut .

Torrlor BEAUTIFUL, ej.o Tor MenoheetarPol Chihuahuator TV. 4B4 H ..hAUCTION local** kuelneM. buildlni. oa Cut -J4.a. _______
..... Call $504045.
..,.. reedy to '0. "3"1781, Main LAKE MORTON Three r ome.Oarue .

BOSTON BULL lor al, SALE apartment AdulU only.
puppr > *
.u. Ieab.PK1NOe4I,. Every Saturday 7:30: p.m. 129 Firnl.hed Aportmentt ISO P1100. WO 7-4J40 Aubu.D.d. .

PUPPIIIII: .ItO r.I.t.rd ..- BAXLA'S ....
FURNISHED OR vnfurnl.hrd print Ul.. nooreplenti .
CB
BEDROOM
S. Co sppr.Ii COIl TWO
MU. ....07. AUCTION GALLERIE bail .n........ 37.00 to al .to.... room. Clogs W
f RouseWe MOO monthly Nan**'* Apart ... 1 0' fairway. Sia.BI7I .
Auction "IbID"
"Formerly Th
ARC. VERY tin, Icy poodle* ;; menU. MTI I444SOARAQE .
Mioialur. dachshund. D a v Is Buy or Sell ton Tao -
Heather on Hllhway M SeffnerTampa 4a6. Hwy. .* w APARTMENT, neat and. yR5TaHROtw.-.
,I III.3.M. Phon MU S.toil clean Convenient Bouth.lde lorUon room. .....1... New. oulel dlaUlct.Adulu .
Near Dixieland, food n.iih- .
6M01IUDUPLEX
BOXER HAD 01....* tralnlnitw HOW OOOFY can we aMP Well .hood. Call MU ).SJ 3. 17. ...
pear old lood with chlldron II bUS NICE tbrairaomwtSTrilon '. 0. .
UP
t la well carpet from II -- nd

Medulla. Clark off Stone Dran auhdlvulon Meld Read In DuPont. Scatter nylon ruse II el In po.stasdand.l eauareard. MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE AUTOMOTIVE two MOTEL roomn APARTMENTS llnene. utilltiM OHO Mow furnlehed no n'or. b.MU liD'a.330'.d"I",

I )IsU.. aumber *6. 0101. MoteL 4BOO
.l..aadgp0nlaiii to U your Tampa Hiihway OARAOII APARTMIIMT. aull.b''.
SMALL MIXED pupplee' readit dimeniioni includlni round and 97 Articles For al.-Mic! 97 Article For Salo-Mhe 103 Firnltun t ApplioncnRIFRIOIWATOR 109 Radio Television 121 Mobil. Home for two .d..lI. Ii blook irons
liloi
f lake II AIM pair whit ovala. Rui wtilni done In our OPPU TWO m. ...n.... 'B'-3.1H1 .., SU.I2IO.TWO .
......... Call MU s-ftoo own Blare P brle clrar.nca ail.Outlni .. .,ote. ElicIt., .. 1o.1D. .odsr 0100010.
\ at lie per yard black TWO RODS and ,...... In lead TIMOR: BANJO, dlihoo. poU and OOOD BI.-cTIIIC We.ttnalteu.e TV'17".I". Prom 130 to (3* Near Hunt but AdulU H2- 747. BBDROOM clean upettlripartment I
and whit. print, at 100. woven oondlUon. ......a aitnlia.dwatnboa. pan*, tennU rarkela window (an 0... 1Ioonobl. COlI MV On. combination Trade for fun. MONTEREY DELMAR II'. for riant .aDe.It"'p;
19 Livestock I plaid at Mo. Firm auallly mill 112. "ulla l'iottda Lee3 iid. aamee. radio, amall appll.noca 01307.KZoMOitZ. PlI.at. owner. teeXIMi .\0 BLOCKS from oollMO "early retee. electrtriw turnuhid -
MIRAMAR MARK kitchen wIth din In.
.. plutol* tackl. HIM\ CaePine Inc room MI.OiuOIPPL MU
000. at a aavlnia to fit youridaet "... OA spans.. .oed $0op. WO Soul
t ..... Bodraom. bath call MU
BUY TOUR Ire,.., beef now 4fto and worth a rids out LECT000 with auto. apartmentBKAUTY .. .. '80. Phone NU '-'0... 112 Wanted Mlic.llaneev VAGABOND .-O03I MU 5.1304.CLASSIPIJO 11-4307.
lb.. out and wrapped Whol .r $ 5(070 or
_. C Hamilton Pabrlc. ; SHOP eoulpment for a .
halt H.I'hOD. MU 1-7782 or MU Da.dc City Hllhway. 1 7/10 mImitorCh math eovne. Mb. i.e.. MO 04530 oom loCo two operator bOlln_. Spinet piano M'.19 II'II.TV.. bit no.. CAlK FOR pour ....... Items MOBIL BOO 1NBUBANCB : DISPLAY CtAISirilD' laI"I
of Internet 4 FOR BALK. laWf- U*.... Like Dew Dot, uud illihtlr Biore. radar ehnt. odd Items, .11 Shore "V3n7..
I' TWO 1.DINO.. gptflMd .por' 1103 "ODKio .mp 7701577. iliclb and eoiliM-tlon of ItsesOsh' thFneupholiccmed than a year. At H price Fo A.... Drlvo lent oil route ... DEE'S
.0 eed tld... only) sound health' ton pink "... ii 110. N... nhaira. ODd PlintndntntureO. detail tall MU .-o .a after C
en..,. blUe olltr srket MU ell Prlv. Sitar I..mo.III TalC AUTOMATIC MOTOROLA hi II AUTOMOTIVE MOBILE HOMES
t I 30.17 P..... StmntU.POR 11M. like D... playi all rooord*. I
USED FURNITURE buy, trade. PMMONTGOMERY ....Hunt MU
t ihapt $30. $4535BADCOCK'S Ml H. Webaen MB eMDITRAH.IH
POR SAUI: flvt Brood 00..>. oni anti at Slot Coohran Btreet art BALE air conditionerurn 116 Automobile For Sale'
f' Land.... Boar, 30 pill from 0 North Wabath Avenue. MUtoaat ,5 cleaner solo macben.dropo's. .. .
Mki old to UUM monlht .10p.r Wa ilv Top Value and other tiouMhold artlcln SALES restate, luur.anc .!
.oj IMa CHEVT 1[, air wndltlonMutomatla ..
I Information call. s 3-J.4 oreu04 I30T Haruell Awaue, Apt ,
itamp. atoraae part euppllee In 1
Irnoumlanto radio.
\ .14.Whb.... t (Won,. CLOTHESLINE POSTS arrallyreduced 1. MU 35005dO1.LVW000 WARD Are Ba l>f Their nootor. tinted Haw.. tl.4110. call i lured, bonded local and nationaliran.porlera 1h 1hNo

Combo Road t and 3" comninwinweldod. DOUBLB .boO, isoe.r.pnioo SEMIANNUALTRADE.IN ....7141. f jack, 4T10 N.w,
,
metlnee Elrctronlc Installed Tampa Hllhway. MO S1034LITTLB
Wontid Livestock Pet 40" croSser with I .pond.nce .. MU I.1070 Fencing CLEARANCESALE 1..7 NUICURY NoD"'", All I '
92 hook.. SI 10 and Ill 10 paiXCHANOB ., corre court ....... Lo..d wllb sot,'". $400. BEAVER, traeal (.II...
icm. dntivnnp 60,. Phone iso0105. MOTOROLA THEATRE, TV CHAIN LINKFor MV ....,.. 13' to IT Coilello Travel Trail
.NnD'' 4 ,ow dslrtes LUO $07hInd. W.llord Mash.mtunilm.. I ..'ophonlo pnonoireph and raouallir .... Hamndal Bl.d. Winter He..
Will Par top rub price. .tio ..n..n.Nl.. OP TO MOTRADE'Ilf W. FIOANCO Your orodit Is.cod. .n, 13-11111.. I
tows pairr MV *-O J3. OR combine your. Ol>00 BTV oil furnM.. SB9-270B Protectionand ALLOWANCE Low .. 040 do... 5us50ls.
I tradlni alampi. rerelve lift.oonrr POll TOUR OLD BEDROOM Uood C.... .88'.81. OWNER TRANSFERRED: most
Bee ad tinder perwnaletice. ill" PltU.COTV. .... NV Beauty Ml 11 t: 10' ........ located lot
MERCHANDISEIS .. a-l.41. ."44B. T7P TO 129 CAL HIC.. Ua6 lIod.on"Jet. II Po Street. Cordon Mobil
'I'IIADII-Ilf ALLOWANCE On. ..n... Air eoodtlmusd. II' Park. ."-8301.
AC ARC wMd.r $30. W" Sower CALL MU 25103FOR FOR TOUR OLD UVINO ROOM dr.maU. 4..10' $270. XU 0. BallyHoo
AUCTION dnilt (10. PhoUwraphlo, "enl.ri TTP TO UO ,0004. MONTERAT 10'.00' wlUk 10'>31oaoana. ::
BIcycles Motorcyclts I I
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'10 Auuunatlo waehar. (It. 720tinner. Bcreened porch corner
.... "oM. FREEESTIMATES TRADB-Ilf ALLOWANCE '83 CORV AIR 'or ..1.. ",100.. 10" No a. Cordon. Park. .04
TRnmpH AMD Yamaha sales Friday Nites Only FOR TOUR OLD APPLIANCB "O West lath SlImS, Longfellow Bl.dTRAVELO. ,

god _.1... Blectrlo etarunimodela 730P.M. UP TO (10 11110 NASH Hudion Hornet. tWosIrsoipnrlalleen 3015 full ala.bath ValueJJJJJJ
aporte model laneitack BETTER USEDFURNITURE TRADB-Ilf ALLOWANCE with Just Good

Lakeland' Cyele Co., '11WOI' W* buy or IOU for ro. & 19 Boots, Motors, Supplies FOR TOUR OLD CINETTS Kennuxin, .1T. Beet....offer_ Norm Viola .. air with conditioned erie bedroom. Also. JSHOna and
Memorial Sil-LIM.
JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION ... These Special ValuaiW.S.BADCOCKCORP. .>2 CHEVROLET hardtop. cloeet Wood' .....110', Will 0011IOPor..I
.a .,.. Call NU a- APPLIANCEEANTIQUES .. new .
MO-PLD 6IJ-6OO5
CENTER T8HINO BOATS .0.60 lippaddleboarda II'... .88. '.1 pord elation vat I
S130.liii 'Jet I. 12 cask & GIFTS .an_. aallboatapaddlrblkei on '8a. MU 2-0010 Oak A... TWO HENBLEE houeetrallert for
NATCHL&IWI .._. ......1.I.n' -! U. Air Cncditiocr 0..1f Club.3'iOun outboardu. trailer. nun, Kathleen ale. One lv 0 two bedroom. air

It 1331.0DdIIiOD.Polk, Av.HOUSEHOLD bOIl.. ..StIR'.....Iood bu..'81NOII.K POri 8EWINO Obi. or oonool.mo
.... darn embroider. 1D0no- ouble .bed CD...... Bar, carv n FOOT Chrli Cr.ll twin, MeSS FlorIda flnanrlni arranged. Bartau prlo*. proof 035.3425. Just Like New . AUy tJ
"ram make buttonhole. Par bal .. Camphorwood One Round drpth .o GOODS nca of 121 canto or IB monthly Oak Table, cut down for col lee 313 ....1m.. P O. Bol 4. Auburnale I I.m. to I pm. dallr. Prl. alloe lola RAIIBLP lour door make offer Nina ..U.. North 01oiL 1963 FORD XL500 $O7d
abOtioswaioo
( Crodhi N anheor. 'U4tJ7.KLUOS table One Round Oak Table WO 7.3095. until S y on Hichway M neit to Red t/fj
rollnl.hod. a .travel Drop Leaf Opon All Dar WrdneedarOr .1. ..epiiodr.. eutemaus. A White Super Market 4-Speed . . .*
AUTOMAtIC pniflhloi 14' CARTER Cron radio new 1111 Wm
wilt motor 60 __ .. Marf.r -
MOVE FASTwhen ...... Cr00 and ...... MtI I'0409 Table. Wills Walnut chair- -Deal Cl..e.Motnoinn. _- r oraaiar whit trade for camp r Florida I. staten iwrln ,orl.. POR SALE IM3 N.. Moon houwraller -' 1962 CHEV. Imp $
traIl... Call .B..33*. 1010, lIke new. lived In
_
... .
HOLLYWOOD via bed OncakIa.t un CHKYROLIT: 801
t TYPO 01" ellalli Lakeland Anorlat Store Air hord. l-ryj
month. Lisa EenlUt portable 2Dr. H.T. . . .
P..cIlUU, D... COO Do soon .t Dinteho Room Bultei Brass 12' ALUMINUM bo.L. er..llnN' 111 *0,. Florida Ate.Badooek top OIc.Uent .0"dIUoo. M.'. 01. three .
:307 Carl.lon Sir." I" Refrlierator. ...... end tralior. 1110. .n LaW Ron.C. will aroept trade. MU 1-3110. televuion In very *ood.hap
advertise them on. 30 Hlde--bed Ooodtnattreeare 0.1... Will Treat Ton Rliht" *. Shulla Hilltop Mobile 1960 CHEV. Sta. Wgn $100
you ONE BTORKLINB crib, I2Bbaulnet one WILL TRADII 111I4 Rdwblrt .1. por. across froSt Pl.lda Store. lUVJI960
;r in j Classified To get more II, on. blob chair $10 aryan it _MOd 991 14' /IbM-ilaa boat 00 H P Ion wsecn for oldnr model oar .0'' 6Cyl. Stick shift . .
ii' Water Color Plcturea Come 10' 12 4t 1959 Puturama. '
f 881B Cleveland H.uhla BI.d.RIU'088E1181W ._ motor tilt (trailer autotmaLtoMarion. 104 Gal Oil fuel My Multy S7M or will take '100 8
business fast dial MU ID and Browae. upholiterrd etkta Ulbu, rash. MU S.SITl1M7 .Mdroom. rant kitchen. 10UO.croon CHEV. Bel-Air Sedan $1 f\QC

6-1131 for an id.writer.CLASSIPICD urnlture to be PTVK Mid to room..atlifyort4a ci WE BUY SELL TRADE Ike n'.. MU 6-OBI3. ROPANB OAS for cooklni. heat.ni PONTIAC Star Chief Par .sum carport.Dclo..IIH.. 10 Eaat>40 Main aluml. 6Cyl. Stick Shift . IU77DEMONSTRATORS

.*. Bee at Mark Tradll Open a a.m. t. S It" II' CHRIS CRAFT. twin HrrcuM hot water. Irrleatlon Indu.. dor. radio heater new whit*
f Poet, Seen New Tampa HI.....'. enilnoi. Fennel condition trill u... Call 68.3868, 1.,'. 1m. U.... Clogs Will accept ".... POR BALE Attractive Mobile
,. DISPLAY MU 53350.CAIPOST. H.. paint Inilde and out. CaU Portal Oa ......100. 1313 Mew .U-1I7' Ionia trailer 10'1110'. Aluminum
..'.3117. abana and carport nice yardiar .'
THE SPINNING WHEEL
'I' ]" alo' and uUlIt, Auburndale H tbwar. IWl TaD Auitln Healy 3000 noR water Banala comb.Owner VOLKSWAGENS
room oompleu .... 4130 Will noad.ter 38 000 mile*. send con phone MU S-J731.
artorle itnent.CLASSIFIED. 102S South' Florida At., SALE OR TRADE 105 Jiwolry dillon Beet 011 or. 3BJ7 Win-. '
MU (.2B.J 'or 04.0.6. 062 TRAVEL Trailer. 31 foot

MAKE h 0SPLAY Free Pirklen In Rear *( Store Cheap. 1*. all steel IWO boatS WII PAY oaib diamond. told limo PORD Palcon two door.I man Tandem, ......Pull.. Port b.th Mead carpeted Mobile 1963 SEDAN 1645
HP WUard electrlo old oo..n.000aouoo
motor rona Bold platinum ellverlelton white. New tlrei, low mlleaeeMulpped Horn Park. gist 91, Marua
Llooheumv run .. (J 00 .P oontrola and trillrr V.ednerp '. Jewelrr. 1011 South Flor- over.ll cellrnt. (171
YOUR ale 01 HUh back ,...... tlttft Ule, make. an offer. Alw loot Id.. or boil offer MU 1.4OI81B 8-13. 1963 SEDAN . . . . 1595
I
...
(13 .0 5 piece dinette 110' ink 10 Lake Itatchihoha toioWa. P'RANKLIH-DELVXS II Tr".1lrall.
eeL ... ... .. .. .. IM.toRe 'Au BUY antm000 olorka. .....h... II PORD lour door Oalnl.flOlI. .r. Like new. S>U containedNew
HI I: *. 020 >0 Bo. .prim orInntr.prlnt blAIr Aloo oliaoeonde. pistioum 301 Snot P.... ....as04 ..sic.. All oomnlet For 1962 SEDAN .a.nunsosao .1445
mOIl,... 119 88 OWNER 703 Hull St. and eoln. John L Laren 113 3 CHtVV Impala. four door tie or will trad for larieraller
Lack Lomo.
DOLLARGO I Stale" lorUII..ra.l, 10 Ib SI.MUied hardtop, factory air. radio head.'I. \ Can b* wen at th* Red, 1961 SEDAN-Air Condo . 1445
bedroom iult, Call em.43BS after 7 Inn Oold Star Trailer, Park ClmU5 .
i USED TRUCKS completeB'.SLarte 102 Clothing 106 Mothlniry t Tools p m. South of B........ Plorldan

i lot unfInished BUICK LE8ABRB Waion lam Rout.* 17 The VenBuskirku.0OU5TRJOU.EIC 1961 SEDAN . . . . 1295
furniture . . .. (. ts w 231 AMP u.... welder, lood 000'dllioD. Oood oond lion. 11340 Cut hi05el :. ..
AND TRACTORS Good aced 'I'Ve .. ... .. M9 8.B.b BEAUTIFUL CHANTILLY laos ......, AIM new welderioa .. at 9720 south Lincoln h. 1245
? mattree.ee .. .... at it weddlnc cowS with chapel trainAleo Meridian Avenue 80 PLYMOUTH four door BX31'. Good 1961 SEDAN . . . .
''II C"n.OUT 1I..h. 1' formal., Need room mOil weaon condItion h. .1300 noti II.
FARTHER ..,..u.. .,'h ...10'" ,..; LIned dlnetu echo ...' 111 (5 up ;iacrlflce IH 8701 clinic. Accept pickup or automobile hone Mtf .-..40.
i ..,..... _.. 11.1 ,.,o.oh. Mood send atovei and r.fnln. 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontcorrery New tea Spur Station, 1960 SEDAN . . . 1125
-ut. Kcellent t re*. eratore ....... .. M* 5D up Rose and Intraham
who you buy your A buy at .I10MIS (tirl* craft paint (1 UI aallon 103 Furniture t AppIianc.iREPRI000ATORO 112 Mobil. Homes Wanted -LVJ .j
,
I IMTIPJNATIONAt I-* tonOAIS Also I area. o( Plumbln and FOR SALE 00 Corvelr Delute
Mir cur from foul ..,...... CI", .. II.' oo.d,' Hardware. I : WASHERS. Ward '00. On. own.r Automatic trant. WANTED TRAILER vnder II 000
Noylor Moron We "on. 0 cococ un ..,... POLY POAM RUBBER I........, air 000dlti onrn.. *to. All GET A GAS HOT WATER million. radio b...... phone hone Tampa. .""'I2. Writ 1963 KARMANN GHIA Cp. . 2095
B Her you Ike boirVMS' DO 0... Tractor OscO OUT'LIT. ,make repaired Prompt enpertlervlc .88.1280 .' Oana liSO Task Broadway,'
tan In this 1 1j ru.n,.. ..." ".. .. "01I We Cut It Apr BI..' *. ..* ... for food need appllanc. HEATER FROM WARDS 1160 AUSTIN H..", Price 11.0&0 :'m.. i 1963'KARMANN GHIA Cpe. 2045
I WE PAY TOP PRICES .. your Kolvlnalor and Have Hot Water When 20 ..... M.rton Drl... 052.0431 .1..0''
sros of the moirroMonsblo NOW For Oood Uitd Furniture WILL AI8VIIS POPrn.nila o.
p ,1.I The. Are and Appliance ,Nona ancee.dealer. '1330 Kit Auburndala* Day TV ApPI Rd. You Need III! eondltlon lU8I OUJBMoaas. New (.e,. all Cicell.nl power .10'ill MU WIde 1-4824 oilier. Alter S poo 1962 KARMANN GHIA Cpe. . 1945

you have ever ...". CALL MU 32044 1 MO 0 9171. 14-nr. InetaJlatim Wholeeale prlc*. CY 4J24.. Win
Don 4.1., toe TWO'n'on.1 :TV BARGAINS Completely" re- 117 N Kentucky ton Hno.o.I9i 125 Bute !

MI for the uud cur Low. sod O..d.Cob. ...Cadet..... Polk Trading Mart built.. and luaraMewd 131BS and MU 2-5103 .TUDKBAKItR Lark .1"Uon
.
buy of your lilt I t up, ond 10 up., C.II Free' mm.llatlon AlwaytLakeland ....on. Clean Mcellent condition, ISED BUSES for .ale. School orIty 19636 Passenger Pick.Up ,'. 1745
...: MU ...ur 'oo 5 050000.M.A7 os. HWY. 'a EAST i but Sops U new or Call MV .-0113. type. Ford Chevrolet. OMC
1Ciaesis ....1.0". ueed TV at Ohio ft Day TV. 1130Auburndala 108 Plonoi Musical Intt.NB N.... International. Prom 5500uo.
63 RAMBLER Road Open till 000 17 PORD I Door Palrlane Hard Contact H. R. Lewi. 411 1958 PICK.UP TRUCK . . 495
4.Door w...". more DESIGNED FOR 'pm. MU eaneBUVEK > ANTIQUE uprliht BerielLonnell top Automatic. .radio heater south Iniraham Avenue, ,.,.
Sol..d white w"thmatchln Inn 600 south FIendsAonun 'BI FORD i-Door Palrlane. V-S 110a.
Inter.. Aut t. chest* frsmQUIILUN TRANSFERRED, take ov. MU 1.311. automatic, radio heater.
o m a t I.. ino.vidualtt.rrsi. fr paymenta oaabrne d new
II OLDS
u 4 Door .
SOLVING PROBLEMS.Classified We.Unihouu Automatic -
I ranie refrli.ratorand -
b .. .....hor. 045.., been ue.d. No HEAR Radio heeler. Cream puff RENTALS
I INTERNATIONALTRUCK down payment needed All 1 for IT LINCOLN I-Door Hardtop
$2195 1 ads do It quick.
THE NEW LOWREYWITH Lo.d. laIrs .
nine.'so
117.61 pr month Call MU 3-0111. 118 Builntti Placti For Rent 1964 VW Station Wagons
& TRACTOR economically AUTOMATIC CHEVROLBT \io too pickup
'63 CHEVROLET I ly easily. THE DOWN payment b.. ben ORCHE8TRA CONTROL II rot.'at .
a-Door 0"1. S 2115 Dad. City Hv.Phoe. To order 'em call MU made ones.. Hot Point 0'" YOU PLAY a one.note melod CADILLAC 4-Door. Onrenlo.OIh.ra With Low Mileage At
_. .MSo.ooti. icOoo.on.ed MU 2-41 ITPernterly 61151 for an ad.writer'CLASSIFIED free B-Door refrlierator, p.verdefroet wlui our rlfht hand and eulomaUrallir to OhOOuO 'rolll. !
aialn Take. ...., pay II' a. FLORIDA AV.-12.0 SoPh. Substantial Savings
.... melodyeeome
eorone.n 0,0
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Low..."..... Loc.' ... I ( Prantblau allbert. ) DISPLAY _I.:...... of ill pr month. Phone a full chord-have more See Charlie CostineElmer'g D' like new aim eOD""oDodpoc.
..""' IMU 1.0111. IUD from th epnp tint 001.1Sro ., In Idtal locaUon next 'toPolk
Th....randsrr Oeo from
HEAR PLAY
$2095 VACVVIII CLIIAHKRa .b.II" no.000dltlonsd Auto Sales New' Polk Fedirel 1o"lIdID'!: P.".
I 1 n... Rep", P.....:on THII cll.pl.,1 MANY btauUful atyle* BOW 802 N ...... A... MU I-701 loot for I....... ,". 0.0. will All Cora Fully Guaranteed
'61 RAMBLER 3n..U'ld rleotnl. 3131 CI..loodi.llh" P..IIUOD .p... to edit ....ul,.-
BI.d. MV 5.0207.MODZL CANNON MUSIC CO. H. W, SInekurd, .-
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0,1.P.doot.P..Ionn
eloeslo 4 Or s =
MOMS lureiluro lor eat 303 S Florida A... .S3.I1U 1962AUSTIN ;" ROSS LAKELAND MOTORSINC.
A.r Cend. Local *n* I S tarns t ...Inll. 3210 Pol" A... O..n Foldap It..nln..
."""'. 'U' 0 to 5 8.turd. .uod. HEALY

$1395 )rOE HIDE-A-BED, In (ood con 137"BEAUTIPUL Cno.oion.8PIHET$350r, .p1.00..Iudioo.UJ' 3000 MK II I SHOP ATHOME .
lltlon AIM antique platform uprt.hlO. .1711 aakBrown's 1500 W. MEMORIALMU
rocker table and hall rack. OlfcJourt .04 South Florid.. Radio, heater low mllraie. AI
lI.m. NU .....U.OOUBL. 6-2121 MU 2-5183
SPECIAL I naH or BP1NET PIANO 10". antique ,ondition prlc II000 Call eu !
BED boo .prln" white. excellrnt condition 621 I 0060 alter 4pm. I
1960 Chrysler, ned 1D.lar.. 120. Ion SunriSe Shore Acree Drive. Aunt oil route
11 am-4 pm. ... and save Turn to the

JOI t.Poor LAISI.'IID DiSPLAY LAall.IID, DISPLAY 117 AutomobIles Wonted Cla,slflcd Section for real LA
: : -- -
over aitrenimlM ..: .4Hardtop values offered to you by

t.*. Heeler,_"., WANTED CLEAN e.r, '4' to '1. Lakeland leading firms :I
tory a.r oondtenln Model Call MU -388'. Do It nowCLASSIFIED.
i *. Whit* I
w,th oold InterBMtra AUTO PAY CABH for P..P 'rluc" onctrnndrr DISPLAY

bird,, ehar* I Truck Specials! ,MU 3..184.'11 modoJ Plans. call .- -

WS PAY III uo for look oars
$1795 ...... plrk uP. Ton..... Iron sad
SALES td..I In. 12-3117..,

I CASK 'N a flonit Par o. pl..p
: 1956 CHEVROLET '82 or .Idor. Call .....18.. WIld ..............
'60 FALCON Bill Ho.ord. ---


.4.0.0..."."'...*.>n.. On 15.70.,0* .wn. 1 Ton Cab & Chatus '.WANTED...,..., 0 oro.e: OLD h'un"Promp'cursor pl..p.new BRAND NEW
... ..... .
...iI_ sharp. 20.000 I 1Csti BI...'.. oil-nook


....: 59$895 BUICK Only 175 CASH FOR YOUR CAR: 1964


*.Dew. Pull Herdtoa power. au Le.Saere .. Iou P.nd..I., ,o.r .or CD..rol".1II" It.. elooa

.."'..,. ...n........... I COMETSGEORGE
red... heeter. Sel..d Home of Quality Cars CAR PAYMENTSTOO
p1 wh,... Loc.1 ... ...".

.. : ... $1095 ... 1952 CHEVROLET with 395 HIGH? I WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY

.. BARGAINS GALORE utility body . . ,
'60 FORD PMtdarvli Chevrolet will pat off 1

,. .,.". 100 s cyllndor your lat. model ear and tend SPECIAL FEB. CLEARANCE
automet ...... 1956 CHEVROLET Vj Ton iron home la on. you can allord.'

".".-011...._red.,.o., healer...... '64 CORVAIR Mona Coupe. 695 I SM Mr. P.uuen or Mr. Dunn I
ohgn.. '' .... Ib. $2395 Pick-up . . . .
$9'9'5' (now) Only . . PENDARVIS !

q '63 CORVETTE Ray. 1959 CHEVROLET Ton $4180 Per
'51 PONTIAC Sting $4395 : 895 I CHEVROLET $1889Bcoutiful T Month

Convert le. Hod and Now. Only . . Pick-up . . . .
wn.<*. Pull power. .... 310 N. FlorIda Av..
tomati ....."'111'an* '63 RAMBLER Station Wag.

red.. and$695 h.eter Loaded. Only . $2495 1956 .Ct 1 ukn. Van A e.o.I. 895 120 Form Implement I 2-Dr Sd n. I". 36 monthly payment

i . I
'63 RAMBLER 4Door. CAS5 TRACTOR oo. C.U MUS ludil du.l sac vIsor* sue.) *rmmi after /I down paymentincluding
s.. 2495 I4JO or .V 6-1001.

S Air. . . .
Ok. lindonsrtn Only FORD TRACTOR. dlw and 11.line dual horn. 170 cu. I InoitfiHO .
BRAND NEW Made' Cell MU a-ftoo. ,, I I I credit life I Insurance. .
62 PONTIAC Convertible. 2395 } speed .11 lyitchron.lied .

Paul 4 Sharp. Only . . 1
.
1963TRUCK rroHimhuon
'62 OLDSMOBILE F-8S. 1995 i YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT I

Air. Only . . .
Y2 $144500 STATE TAX AND TAGS NOT INCLUDED

Naylor 60 THUNDERBIRD.Air. $1995

Only I . . J
__ I need not be expensive. I

Motors '60 MG Sport Coup*. 1295 Check the Classified aee.I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AVAILABLEAT
: I I
... Only . . . B42 Mack Tractor $350 Down tion for good buy In used

1047 Eo MAIN ST. '61 DODGE 4Door. TV and Stereo sets

V.50 e... MU 1..140 Air. Only . . . 1495 G200 Chevrolet Trac. $350 Dn. I I

Now Cons MU 1.0113
IIh. Ci.ASSiltD DISPLAY .
Op.n Ev.nlngl Till Reo Diesel Tractor $500 Down CLAUDE JENKINS

NOW 2 LOCATIONS 1962


C 1360 Highway 92 Auburndal. Many Others To Choose from -FALCON RANCHERO JVEIVLINCOLNMERCURY


... 1011 East Main St. Lakeland CALL Low Mil.**, ...hit., in

; Charlie Whlteleyon er John lemmon perfect condition.


If wt Wf dove H ono place. "it will ,r.'.''', ATPendarvis $1295ROSS

b. ., tnt other.' 4T 941 East Main St. Phone MU 26152I

: Chevrolet LAKELAND I ... .-all

ON THE SPOT FINANCING MOTORS, INC. I


1 SOl) W. Manorial IMPk .

0IM5SI ....1 150 VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM 310 N. Florida Ave. Ph. 686-5165 MU 2.SII1 I

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RENTALS RENTALS RENTALS !* RENTALS 4ik REAl ESTATE r LAKELAND LEDGFR, Sunday. Feb M. IK4 I-D ..

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f r 129 Furnished) ApertmeittsI .sew TWO wltl _O ID 50......IourIst. lu. 134 Mobile Home Lots 139 lUl.mltrue' H..IIS 143 Mobil Hem Lets REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE

I APARTMSN T: 070 odH.. Tampa KIah.as LAKe BONNV Four eta, Mob,, TWO BEDROOM roperolo kloyk 144 Acreage, lets Fer Sale 144 Acreage, ltd Fer Sale
""",,. 1100' 911 1111 1 5 4 I.....,.... TWO KOHOOM: homo Adalti HOBO Pork No. I...... loloUkolond I., with ...... ont rflru.r.lor wonontb Free Rent
/ I 'it MU allJO only 04. Poto RoI.r.nco.. 100 HUH and drr. MunioPol .., M.* Norlk Vermont Phony .
.HI.-R O J-: .'""' month _....... rooldobu. 103 .100"'-",. ..... and 50..1,, 8U..001. PASTURE, LAND 400 UNO.i .
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0 >hod Oood ,...u.. 00405 eau .... IlitM. lock to, MV. NOON hou.0. Watt turn. Free Towing. 3 ACRE -M prultr t trod on Mw Plant OUT, Cal,
I,,,, ...k. RENT ItPkrtlr .. b04room ........ .t. Orovo Port owoMInc ConMr -. 0100
01 tollrtr ohurobo. ond l.hod Opod lorollon. Mr-off Combto ,01 OIU' IM. lost .....Id. stir por ten Torm. 5,5 dtwt
'1"0" ," 456.5550 fwolr0ed .. .nl........_ '.... OoM lags Ibhut ojid koo* BcoooL Oni Mlnoolo Drltt UUApril Ictnutl IrolU. hoar ".'''1". H'"h' lor H L Oontarf, R. C UU or I
I1 I u IJFIJnooM'"iuiii ."'1iitl Sub .Mr-**5N.w Tampa Hlob o'. MU lal Lobo moll On polo... MU IUO S-147J North Crr* MU 3.J4ITIt N nodora Plorldi. moot ours ......1. ".OOCI per a... lad Ray 1011 Sail K UU M.ln ol Mot. 1NfI1_y.
,,, BoklUwnk' Porkctrel. wuUht pMOt
il iliowni uulltlr PormnninlBocDolor 'HII
.null.' til U or !por.1KRXI iiO.-iiiliF t5r51ahN ....... Iilt04a Diiia MOBIL fork. dose tl.Immpo .. 51J0. *BEDROOM. brdiwom BounuUoTtir lokotronMO Y....
4441.2001 Cloth. so ......1'. NKhww. ton drf loto. John .. ... ... M nobllhomo roock Solar EATON PARK-Wo bars at'...
.n. .II4IC. 114Wril ..U dir 1..11141.. .. Port ..
-' Munioipoi' rnruro. .._ lolo.phono on mm roi in lID"' aria on ...
I A Kit rAmtKR. lo...> oronddtvitun TWO :: :.oo.r' KM mi Mom MO4IOJKontlcollo I SI55500 x Sow .......110. kulldin road lor (..000. Oood Uriru
1051 Mir b...... ......... 44.414 : SIX R00N0. 0955 544506. .4,14-, ovollobloACREAOB. NEED A LOT
""".t tl iw room ...,dl.. olouiloII month UN/"t. L.ROII MOBILB toms Ie" torroot. 54, 041595 CurIoS, boa, '70. 017 IT'S ALL NEW
1441.1 +.l no I rou-I ROOMS Mrooi>.4-055444 alt eI Boloodoro. Tvo koitromnprooorr BEDROOM fromo. *U14JO I mllM of Ukolond Bull Here they are! Right behind -
Moond floor CI.... oonvonlrnllr <10.0 .....on... s40 ".h.ta.. It ....r...... CIRCLE M obio lor ........ or tuttdlvldipt Palmore Elementary
A!! I4.IocsW.! :; looulro ml BOIIUI N..I .lass.11 bo4er_....Mr..4..1 Nul. $50 Pbo..r .111 MU LIVING 'raIl MU""".-'..1.. 1 5000 00 o. 0.144naeTRrctio School In Dub-Lynn Acre

IAI otu-ocllvo 5455. I AT ITS BEST TMHEJI BEDROOM ""III'd.' MOBILE HOME MOMK81TB high on the hill off Polk
T11HMI ROOM cllon stoop pott otfUo on* DlkKhool Botutuul proptrtr lo Ukolondrlllhlondo
NEW' 6ar.s. kponin.nl. Hooc UkoMai I 1014 touui TOIIDOO.O.KU J501: West Arlana St. about two mile. IromouUuow Avenue Lots range in size
I tun. Kwlk Ch.k. IJ' BouUi. 131 fr RntMlu.lliM.u. Whr sob Hot ol o lour York .4IT4 .'Ior *. KMh iroct aver I
lnn5u.5' l-.4BtU.NCY on t wvoir lokof Ono that has Open T Days I 6 P.M..IA11111"U1. ...*. oriUi, p.v.d rood IrontofoK from lOOxUJ up to 153x234.
.... COM M a MClAb RU1DEHTIALuruUliM e/1 I f. a'Ir.4r *""". '''o* drlnbin. TWO BEDROOM: CB hams. ,...1 >p>.....o. ottrocuvo homo olnod Paved streets
ROOM ooUlthMknchoa > city water
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1 1 I trio bat wotor Coll UU I or nlunil.hMl 1..."l50pews.' .f.I.I..1 .. > built U Ui. oroo. if rou .
3-42.10 Nol RudP Romllor lltT Cut M. none .. mlnlm'tl? NllstN5d15mo5. 51160| wookln MU 1014OMK or troilor Lake ..r..... *.plo ... plonnln U build o Mtirr outside city, A 1 restriction,
Fresh -H 1 I moral 5104. M-410T ....11.... : he(741L6. Napp ss :>; SEDROOM .....,.. unlnr- TanS. ..Ur ..* .""1.. PkTRAILKA Iwo ,,_., why DO'". for oitr quiet and peaceful. You
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THREE ROOM duolok lr .. ... .
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I ( 1.01..... ass.pl on. child MU 133 MtbiU Names ORe5 Wai .. .. X* Modullo. MU o- OWNERS: You'U ono> ... ot Iho N.. prloot Invwu-. have fruit tree, fire hydrants -
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I '1-4ID' Til WO t MotOOllO.OOU1HBIUC r r\.J'rI\r\ .01444",o th; .Uo' HOI iTIni oo pour own lot U Uko.wood sail ....... and most conveniences
: APARTMENT Woo- r. hoa4. .... Troilor ..t.... Two
CUA" MODERN luml.bod bou.IroUsn. THREE: BEDROOM bolb la for pleasant living
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1 ICiI IMIrad till Orel prlvtJHDJ7 lU .. 35,51. .. lotio 55,51 Dub-Lynn Acres. priced
460141114. 414414010. f..Iob" 1100 prr month Call MU H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR
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.,I. II1 ilf 11110. .n 10-1I1. 10 ...kl.. .,3nit. 135 Rooms For lent .Poll or MU ......... ttrMt roiirirtod Follow .1....0nArnroudut411UN I Edward below market for Immediate
DIXIELAND: lull soutmr5 FOR RENT or .1.. ....p roomrd Hallowor, Jr. |tolu>r. tu.IJJ. ale. Look for
5 I AU PIPIU-U. .,,14 1&", VlUIIlN LARD .. ... our signs
> 30 MODERN covorod bouoo ; ROOM .1. .. .JIu.. (oocud ,. ond uUIHr I>OUH'lion. or ... .87..
W 14504440. Adullo.. Phono .UU Or .. Lo.f A.... In P.lk iroll ClUr O.nU.ma.. p..,....... R/0. .... MU 1.00 I'. Prod Wrewr"._,.lOi drive In, and pick out your

5.3774 0..554.NOW Call WO MM. &00.... tID...". "Ubi.. M1I 1.136' LEAN TWO bedroom hou... 144 Acreage, lets Fer Sale Jim ..11...... Jr. lot today
Impala Sport Coupe COTTAOB On. kodrowu Bo> 501. Polk, Cllv COMFORTABLE; BEDROOM KtOno tl.: .. In, modorp.ito 0.n60011n.0 sob WltllamlIAublrnOslo
a >ord. Tilt both On. M n', TWIN bod.. water urnlihrd ....0.. 'I250 two. KISS. monui Innulro' 113 WOOlP.lm'lI. FIVE ACHE "..... II* Cows. .n wo ,-..unlO.
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l Ip"n", It. .U .0. Mo polo Adullo. $.. ...k. oilo.onlK pr101154... ...kI.. Spill ond bu. BlTfOl.IX monl Mrl Mudr "..n.r. 111Mrmoriol Plord llmm.rm.nn, it DICK
740 Wlnlrot, sit Coot PUURN1BHKD Call .n.alJ' BARNESRealtor
1170. P1,0105010.--NU0.3133
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Hi Mlrldlio "! T10AONI ROOMS. unlunil.h.. Tw.bl. Blvd MU { 107OIB.OM
AND two krdroom troll.potloo. .... ONI ROOM ..1..,. ... rholM ..... from Plold.' Wo A.I PARK. AMr'fU'. I..... Br.nrh Ofllr.
APARTMENT, lourroom. ownlni.. uuilura hr.'ab. 1..Uo.. ......I...I. PrI.IItt.. IM*. 1911 Boot Mrrtlo. roar colLIAH .,.. loto. Urn ._... oiuo wiuimr 113* a. Oloondor MO *-OIH LMLA
Sod ".1". UU Ton.I.._ MU .3116WA'i ,.... 2011 S. Fla
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0 od loundrr lorllltlw $U fit PM ond wolor '.. Oood.. t. .... 6867101CLA
.Ai..uiir.370.apv lobtlowood or phew ...k. 50644057RAILLIt. riD: TWO mrkint, or H- sill. MODERN ... bod..... 1.p100 .. sac L.od CompoBH. IJ-OOol .
31'0 Ullllllo.' lurol.h, lI..d men. ..1.... b.tn 133 .1raW/O 11164400. .83.IUO .r ,CHOICS' BUILDING: iiii; ''i
,,3' CLOBB. clron In ovortmrnurnlihrd |4>-ooO. .Wa4r55'n1soe. 4041. od Bokor urM(. .... WMV touCorpooloro Woo "......In.. 'U.3otJ. .634001. 106'. dlrortlr, b.hl... 3..0 C10r6 3 ACRES $3000 <<: ".iriID. CISPLAV
clork K..H.. 506 Homo. Phone OKIIO F1VC room hotiH ftcroon lat: Hfllht. Blvi, Call MU I. Griffin School. Cleared
> 131 Unfwriiliherf, Aporrt od Irani ....b. IOU Omohundro. : MU 1-3070 I II Near
...... On truck land. High and dry. BUICK
10' 1111..I:11 555putt. Nru itono .rhool bus lino I: AND BUY-101* ocroi Mmll.oro
130 Famished Houses ADulM. I It. wwk or p001 LI"COLN C 0 v R l' ...rt.....,. .4.. Phono UU I.I3H. pmo lond 500 per ooro :Good graded road Call EdPaula 1959
month 0440.. Lak4and'a flnea far eolor.d' 140 ,, .
IerJ MU t-avil 505. kodroonnNrwlr a rotu. ronon rnood and -
SPACIOUS T H R C C
p5. North 1.11. and wool TU 'root onr.d, Corral tad loodlnihum 1 MU 1-3909 with T. R.
NICELY rURMBHED: Two lornroom 10111 5.5704.BRAND 0510100 Loris rord Car- Oil ..... S.Boor ....
10 M.rdto
Whlto.
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1 I. 54013,50ph1 Jr. Realtor MU
tat both-..,..... MU olot polo COIIront..tJ : itioo, Tucker l
51000 down aoa o.r. Um.t' .
,.. o* powor otoorlnt poworkrokM.
fROM 0676. (Jl K..t Oloontfu NOW ma rsIlauhoula. NU 1.4034. :
NEED AREPAIRMAN 00 head I 1-7173.
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2-DOOR B ..t54e.LAKKPLONT. 354 II tb. 5100.1, two ro l,, hwtor,
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FOR RENT unlurnl.hod houoi :1.000 54006 four mil.. from c,
iII fEDAN B HOU.E PurnHhrdItohlo Oak 5550010 fl...4..r\nI.nl. air 044110,40 I. Lsk.7und. b"lIt PIM looms Sal both, olf Bilow ... I p.... O..d..... U *. ntmwo 00 A KUTIFUk' OAR _
$276500m ond .>lr. Chlldrop. ooMd I. Hood Mtl I.ItllVNPURN1U1ED I tro040ro..6. 1710 per ..... *oo
H .>.. Coll tllor S pa. w..5 ? 51teh moos... Y.'II.nd f'5000'.. ,..siN6t15. .. THRill; kodrnhouw .. :R c. Sole, or R L 0........ ACREAGE Only $1095
..... MU njjo 0'00' 044064.5 ...do,. root UU Ook Mill I lrko Rniir, loll Cool Utin. I IPho. ,010 P ont I* orru of eltowlnnood .
phone M1I lor
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H 5-4175 I NU 'I3J. I pooturw lond Polkciir AT .r
txRKB ROOM Couplo or wlUbobr You will find a complete Bir..,. MU 1-13X1 .
with mil.
opproimoioir Vi
$99 DOWN OR TRADE 1 B I Bcr..n 4 porch. Ullllllro listing of dependable TWO JlIIDKOOIi 040$1.. Is DII'. THREI BEDROOM two IInror .'''. :0575 ACRE, hiik and drr. hard twobedroom :.1 L>ko Pranu... Torm.. ROSS LAKELAND
.. mod.rn nouio
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0.0.01 Nr r buo. U>r. MU
::=i. Newly: rd14a.ra4d 07$ a Ukt Porkor on* WahooCIU.I. ro.d. pond. IrrlikUon, r...>dondM I 1 I Aero .... Uoullt Oood Poke
'.31' .. MOTORS INC.
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m H service firms In Classified 10111 5.7$04.LeafP..oor. 5.4.101. .. too .... .. I JO Coot Vo I, >ouod. ...... Piont Cltr, ,.n* Torm.. ,
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MJHNUMEU COD AO5. two bodo.nom. today under "Busi lone U760..
II '63 CHEVROLET Impala 2-Door Hard. B .. inv.ni.nl loeotion AduluHIV LAKe MORTON oroo. .... Kwl Sill WOODLAND Hlllo Two ood i w R. "RIII" Wllllams. "..110. 1500 W. MomirUI IM
nonltilr" 105 Unol .lr.... ness Services mrk. Klortrio r..... ..'rI..... room hordwood llooro. lonrodrord IiHOICI, SO'.IOO'. IBS ID ill? 1017 1 1131 5. 0700115 Are. 055.1530
top. Full B Phon. MU '..Ja.. Wr. Ouo-Uirrn hear. ...tn.. IIO-JI7 Bund.r. or ItorIX :Sore PS,0 I..d..d, 51,000mall Ph. MU 2-5111
= I. $2195 porch, W.... .. MU 65334OLVLN CLABIIFIID I :
B -"ci....' 'lkO OISILAY 1.88'1'110' DISPLAY' ttibi. (JO Phor.UPLtX ,5 .kd.,. DUPLAV
power . . ....0311. ACReS ....0 farm I.nd
i''''r ROOM lorio Ofdroom. on ..... ros14 Pour 15110. out.I
B thin rooms Sod I ocr..n.(l porobofc oral Lok.lorton .00 ..... T.rmr. Arohar Smith
0 Modort4 540 month 1088' tomilro 113* W..t Ollv. .

63 2Door.CHEVROLET Fully BelAIr equipped.$1795" )JAllGm"I I..145..0..t..moa. 5154.4. T.1dpho5.'.'TWO... VKDHOOM Utovo sad CB rofrlcetMorMU modornhou THIRD 54,1.105.4 SECTION brok.r oto-OJII now .1111o I ii Come In A.ullflect
lun Atroo pick lot
II iee poor nowjhllo
ooMs. b.'b.' onod.... ,,.1. _. .
lo tho Mloction lo Booutllul
oburoh.L 010545. .-
It i 3 BXCEPTIOriAU boron Ih... hlih Solo with plonlr ol
'62 CORVAIR Mona.4 bee a a..la. Ill h.1 ,,.... ....
$1495 :".rl... hdrooma. Ita b.III. 515 1'0081' ihodo Total onto 1"SPARKY"
radio and heater. i 060 050 0100 Clash Malt,. II down. M month Par nor.inlormotlon .
speed, XLUXC 1'WO bedroom cllh .... .....031. toll Jrrrr Mordl.CV .
Sal l ...., ... olr oonimonlniuilt 4.Ul* or Don wibton. cr

a '62 CORVAIR "700" i I > in. moo Wolklnf' ond 50..,....... .55518.rotor. .lochool CLEAN ..THRU.,.. ,7I.bedroom III... *CMrruol M. 1-I4U Wlnior' Hov.n. ..
$1295 : ond thopplni 914. JJKKLANDB: BEt .1. Lot
a 4-Door Sedan . i apart,.,* I. Uk.ltn TDo lioo ln.it wrnonlh I 001.55. Orovo Park. ThrMoodraom. ,* H7I. walbles655.,0 uouihioM
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Ml Wnt Coroli trot .. l.e ..,.... Moridi .honpinf' and unoolit
1 '61 :.11 1 '. "*"" MU '""** or room 111* '110. Clark Roolur4M403I .3070 ooo Call MU l-ooil or MU
OLDSMOBILE F-85 4- .U 53070NPURNIOHED '

Door. V-8 and radio $1095 II I Pour. ..:'...D\.54.deeoratW : eal BHORI Ao,,., Th... ood. 11.1' .75..,. Prolor Ariulino o*...Bopoturo. ol.
room., It* kola Plorldo roommil .
Come on In and 8row.. Around '.. lot Call MU 1-0711 Pala looms or bur Condor
I. Ino tui Cluk H .119. .' .'h... IM.. Pulldo and
'63 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hard B Wa got plenty mere to choose from I NEWLY DECORATED: ".. rooms. ."4031 Boo Bud Porm *7I. TJ4. TompoROVE

J'J top. F.ctory air, B -Do it today! 5.111.... .M..d Put HIn.r.h.I5wNa Ne45.21.10.1'...... BUY LIKE RENT! : LAND. 10 ocroo. Pin.
$2295 1'0. .... and ook. BMuillul hIM load
radio and heater i B '60 FORD Station Wagon. 4 cylinder itene'ardtranimtiilen. 2 BR. Fla. room, near ._ Mellon. L...Und lint aced
I TWO ROOM unfurnl.hrd iporUnont mil pr... .J.o por o..ro. Terms
EI B Air condition! nor ill*.? Moon Drivo in .. ve" down *.. R L aordnor
Now Tampa Hlihv.r "..., 1Uwi. 1O.. Lois or II., K. 5516 at
shaded 127
61 FORD Go la Hie 2Door. 3 B j*. oak lot
II $895 B 57 CHEVROLET. Power steering, pewit brakes.Air lion. Honor aci South DI.k' Really. 101& Loss Mato.
Extra clean . . B conditioned.. 'norido- Avomio. .ot.6I1J. Ruth Phan. e.133. THOMPSON
n OPEN HOUSE 3 BR, l'/a bath, Fla room, POll aoso lo.... to 55541 land
B '59 BUICK EIECTRA. Power steering, power ",.. or.... 5005O. aaod rood
II '62 FORD Falrlane 2- 1:30: to 5:30: P.M.'r.I8.744 near Crystal Lake CI... In to Ukolond Call Uilcf H* would like to take this opportunity to
1095 B brokts, radio, hooter, sharp ... .?.. 79S 3 to choose from 1005. 7smpa
= Door. Fully equipped 0 '55 OLDSMOBILE Door Hardtop. One ewntr. PARK HILL 3 BR. 2 bath, Winston invite oil his friends to drop In and set him

'60 CORVAIR. Radio and htat.r. Air con.dltiontd. Four deluxe 2 bedroom School aria Lakeland Ford 125 Lake Mirror
at Company
I for adult ,
II 61 THUNDERBIRD. Factory air. 2-Door apartment
.. Standard transmission. 3 BR Fla. room near

g Hardtop. $2195 IIII 57 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Sedan. Radio, heater ..1 MARIDONAPARTMENTS Searstown, rent only RELIEVETHE Drive "Sparky" has been selling automobiles f

One owner . . U end automatic tra.smissiee.! Owner.MEL for IS years In lakeland. t

.rI II '59 DESOTO 9 pllI'ng.r Station Wagon. Automatic 139 Unlurniirid Houses RUDY \
HKALTOItJ127 l .'
60 PONTIAC Station D transmlislen, radio end hetr. | I. Mtmoriol milt. I I 71PRESSURE' Stop In today and let him show you }h ii 1964

RI Wagon. Factory air. $1 095 B "'62 RAMBLER. Radio., hooter, standard transmission I 0 AI.oIIO PARTLY' Mol rurnl.ho hour, R.olior* mlbodroom Oil 4IOT on. unto TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland

Steal it I (BIT 5.40 M.morl.l Blxl. 50;1
at . . reclining itats. .
B .
101IUNPURHI8HKO 3 ..droo... bath aar05r1 ..
!I Ford
'57 CHRYSLER Windier 4Door. Radio and. DUPLEX S b d CO.n" 151. .UI.'d.' Sao 051 Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked

II '61 CHEVROLET Wagon Parkwood. A D hiottr. I room, r.rport, I blorko ichool.noulhr.t. .: moo00.2mo as the car of the Y.ar.LAKELAND,
B .. *>o. 111* Corolloo edroom. .oUl-North.ld.. *7S
n flawless $ 59 PLYMOUTH Fury 2.Door Hardtop. V-1, 552.0050
i 295 1 III"D
II automobile . B automatic transmission. TORSO with ctrport
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007 North ...........,... .7I BEERMAN REALTY
B '60 CHEVROLET BtlAIr "6". Automatic transmission I month. Coot Brown MU Hill
'63/2 FALCON Fastback D PIVI ROOM. oil oloouir' II.... 112. a PI.rlda Aot. a tight budget through
radio and! ".Ier. FORD
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$1995 and ..',", .r.u>r furnUhrd Ooodlootlon MU :1111 :iai ified ad*. To sell
V-8, equipped . B '63 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2.Door Hardtop. Radio on Prrn Ro.d lOS things you're throughwith
rI: .
pionlb P.rnonont IAn.... *ll
B and helter, power steering. 403* FOR RENT dial MU 6-1191 to CO. INC.
PI Convertible. ,
61 CHEVROLET Impala
tlNPURNIBHED ad
TWO bedroom place an
OPEN' 9-9 DAILY 301 Lok. Bonnr DIo-un'ur.

a Fully equipped $1495 Mike Chomo.ri, David R.k_, Ivttlco' Horn, hou.o orhool.-. MU 4o e and 8721- *4I. Clott l Ie ,olahod-.4 u..II" Florid Ixdroomi' .room I till ba00 Lap.... 125 lake Mirror Dr. Ph MU 21102TOMLINSON'S

5 to choose from . : Horold Crawford Art Eb.rly, tnit* Will,., TK"EBPDROON CB. olmoti 01415.. Olin kulluin halo....
= A. M. SILVER, JR., U.d C.r M....... n... 101. Ooon.o ."..... *7I. Call Duo. r0e0MUeO room and sloe ___eLAUIP'IIO DISPLAY'
MU J$IJ. Me ...ro. F...... I0 tar 4011
II '62 CHEVROLET Impala Convertible 0. SINS, Ie ...... ... BUipol

Fully $1895 = HAROLD FUSSELL 1 I. L. (Shorty) Palmer '

= equipped . . USE LEDGER 904 Rroltor.. Tin- LMLA. "...
0" 22 Years of D.p.*Jak'", Quality Service CLASSIFIED' ADS Ph OKIro MU 1-0171

n 57 CHEVROLET 2-Door. $495 = 411 N. Florida Ave. 682-7113 ." U P.M.. T.on MU ieiaont A... rn. tat

11 V-8, stick shift . .
II CL""P'ao DISPLAY 4L"U'P'lao' DII"L"" !

El '59 EDSEL 2-Door Hardtop. One owner .

D new car $595 :

D trade-in . . .

a = LOT OF e o
63 TEMPEST
C! $1795

D Station Wagon . II s 'yPt k' =4407dAh a A I !d 4 o.fa' > ,. +i i i1
Full
63 CADILLAC Sedan DaVille. $5195

m '57 CHRYSLER. Worth $995 anywhere. = power, factory air conditioned

tn Our price $695 D '63 CADILLAC 6 window Sedan. Full $ /QQC

ONLY . . . factory air conditioning fcti 7 k
= r::! power,

'63 EXECUTIVE cors. Special purchase. II '63 OLDSMOBILE S88 Holiday Coupe. Like new. Air

U conditioning, power steering and brakes, hydra

:Tt'O. $T500Tronooorlol = mark, radio, heater, electric $3495
= . .
windows . .

fa ,on c".".",. *tato T..... T... aIt '62 CADILLAC Perk Ave. Sedan DeVllle Full power,
Q
factory air $3795

conditioned . . . . .

/ t I 1I '62 PONTIAC Bonnevilla Station Wagon Air conditioning

real sharp, loaded with all
$2995
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14 'L t4s Pn factory power equipment

'62 PONTIAC Grand Prix. Radio, heater, automatic

transmission, floor console, power
4 ,,. $2795
'iseg5e0 "
4 17p'04t a0. I IJr
steering and brakes . .

'60 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille.I $2595

Full power . .

'60 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hardtop. Real sharp.

r f1 wilrn DA Economy special 6 cylinder.
6 (4'+ -es ll tf ark, t.gtddf+aWn }Ka..R T. e3t 1k Power$1495
1 1 CONTINENTAbo glide, power steering and
/ 0- .AF : 4v44.QPl1l-41t
e PLYMOUTH Hardtop Coupe. Automatic
60 Fury

F :THE ONL1 CC d INE i5 A:! W CGNTIt E TAM transmission, power steering, brakes, $1 095

radio and heater I
4 4 : s 1a
f '59 CADILLAC Sedan DeV.lla. Full $2095

power, factory air conditioned
You might! iy th* biggait difference between a
; r.ur fuoturt ....". to eh from Perkwoed Station V 8 air
Ute.model, Continent and a brand-net* on* I il Country Club 05.,01.-fuKi****..... 59 CHEVROLET Wagon. > ,
that one hu been roid-tetted a bit longer than m MJffOin conditioned automatic transmii* $1295

the other sion, power steering, brakes, R&H
You can scarcely till hit It I I. not b..nd.n.w.
Th. elastic look has not changed The car has $3395 '56 CADILLAC 4-Ooor Sedan. Special this week.

boon restored to prim condit, oi\ln, both tppr* Full power end air $ Q'"J '

1p once and piflorminc/ conditioning . diJ :
And the Include lUndard qulpmnt r mle elts r *M f *Mw
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price : :.n-l tmt er, /.* ritt
vlrtuilly I ovary luxury and performance feature ,tv alt ,> : 01001,11Yyou OVER 50 CARS TO SELECT FROM
can imagine. Why not mike this your year to =:/.0445.4 .. .1.50 M 445000,405

move up to a LINCOLN CONTINENTAL

tit M. P. TOMLINSON CO.



CLAUDE JENKINS'LiNCOLiVMERClJKY CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE VOLVO
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1 1 / 4 "Nterfeverfcri for Qualify/ and Vlw for Over 23 front"


938 East Main St. X"a>\ Phone MU .7I7J


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j REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE 153 HUII For Salt 153 Houses for Solo 1S3 Heniei for Sell 151 H.UHS. Ff Sale IMNe.iei Fr Solo 153 Nooses Fer Sale 153 Houses Fer Mt

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144 Acrtogt, Lots Fr Sale 147 Income Property ItJrNT-aALI floOr ..I...... Two Ito INTRMBwT: In a two bedrwwnnmt t.AKP .Ullt OIBIKN'or .01100...r.. BC Psorlflit.53,0lOS 500'.

'I ,ed100mo. sleophe 00510.0. an eccount of bad health WHRM AND Dealt Ideal starter .,. Hire kedroems. two bathsdlnlna OPEN HOUSE
1 >\\I. TWO AND Ih... room apartmem I. rear 060.1530 MImosa i-T p m IDOl West SIll SKeet MO 3.ISM. home for the reune lamllspacious ,. I ESTATE LIVINGA 829 W. BEACON room Florida room oak

I EXECUTIVES Bath tOrsos room Larse DOS TO IrrumManon wfll ael h iI "II'.- ....... boob be ronu. llvlnt NEAR SOUTHGATE floors, double carport SU WUd SUNDAY 2:00: to 5:00
.ntI .
I -PROFESSIONAL MEN-. vainer' lot_*OI ,North! _Btella_ tOn* bedroom, Iwa bath, psoel'lost \to I* oelered with klrs lot. bar ebbs are kitchen with wood Avenue. ....ln>4

: Lakeiandi moil ewtenlrnt hub "- : rondltton CM home ''.l l41t1. =. one tot fr auto. lOop Weed carport and built-in Level leaned ranee and M) oven, aulel residentlal are* surround 3 BR 2 BATHS
tJlI wIll
l. tuned resin ntlaIsa. OreLelinton ESTATE SALE land Hllla Sac acrlflee, MO nth treet Lakeland, rWldsMO3MI Mes *>rlr* liSbon RO this ehrmln tw. kedroom. two 2622 NEWPORTIdeal
10,11 $21,000
Avenue. brlwe.B Cl.renttoa '- .. .. Ownera movln "lusl balk home. aeolnU Heat Air. DUPLEX
ind Mew Jereer Prom I (45 DOWN. 645 ejitmth. bus 0,1115.wn.ed o* 5 lot ISOaaoo Has S Inch Central Meal *nd AlroondlllenIvea CLOSE IN
ISO' W ".r.1 Pleasr all tot NO MONET down .. elatibal Rabin. Realtor t.MLA.
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tberal deep well. earpert. ( oak traee rear ervund somfort Clo eirammar NIc corner lot with cement
a&OOO Mrmi then. bedroom home Aranr B *
Complelelr lurnlshedinoludlns an. Five mom CB wltfe OBkltfhrn Lima Bt Call MS-6IO executive home
Inspection >
type
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: 505010 I reslstered broker ***. and 61 ooo Bown ca* buy II. Aba school Sal boNe block duple Si* room and bath
HARRY W. HICKS air conditioner Three Near cite beaebAobars.dal. ::1... SIr appointment lo see UN-MO ihth This like new, speuouaiom I. Ins unit, end three rooms end on Southslda Spacious 3
.bedroom frame bunislo olut II you can per Nl monthronrCLOBKD
MU 6.75211tOME -roRsALI--: I. boo ....*,*.. dlnln, balk I* ether. Drive by lit *
rable. laraae on corner lot sod esti WO -IUI. _ PHONE -. ky kitchen. lass IbIs Chariea Street Sod coIl lor *Ppolnunenl bedroom, 2 bath with large
bus Una Low llr Cash Of RKPOnSBBB '!> $50 PER MONTH 2 bedrooms 2 bathe Insu 0. with a picture wIndow, I !. eee. 1O-S141 living room separate dining
lerms rranied K-1016O Heath MU 2 8500
tarry
burials I. many Lakiland Ire.. lilted attic hardwood floors car 551'a.wIIloo irs lane utility .
t SITE B Kuhn Mel Rudy Realtor 1m.. Moiorlsl oil healer Galen Hauger MU 3.1358 and ewrksno are*. o* ysit LAKE HUNTER room family room air con
", Bled4IOT 5 garage Lot 70x Is maaonry construction and electric
and 9 bedroom frame home.fOSS ditioned complete
OFFICE MU 2 147
MO Off North has beautiful M* flow. Call I* SECTION
Let DON W. PAYNE CHOICK RrMRirMiiiM'h i :, must be 4010 Immediately. Florida Avenue. -
100 Hilt breulltul llvetetjein kitchen.
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se* 50.1147.RETIREMENT
one lurnlttiM, boUt uadrt IS.000Bxellrnt ,He aualiryina. na closini east no Close 1260 Msrlorle StrolL convenient
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"I on too tldn Unxue. landaripinl Reellor .I.A to but 111 Hen.
Good
school
ierm Ca>h talkt, Clark tras Misoimum down payasen t* Central Avenue
1 Burklnahani poMlbllltln$ priced. OIspo.lIaU.S I*000 907H B Nab MU I..J lucille 'lo-4031. Sod rau move in Por informiphone nessee StreetPlioneMU HAUGER REALTY I HOME five room ..ment block home. One block West of New

Yasir ..r... Phani .... ...O.I '--- -- .--- THROb BRDROOM two bathe. k, Monday tnrauon rtldi., I ; 6-0986 $10,500 I Well I.landscaped...... Llvlni lot room wit*earpelhouso backyard Jersey South of Easton
10* N. New York Ave Clo. In CB ronelrurtlen Cork loon. ..n. Realtor LMLAIK Dandy little Insulated with
CB Home with lare. .... well
larae 14 room home on lornN Lral hut, and air rondltlonlnklurnlnhed I. MU 2-2283 I PHOSPHATE 'E AREA"employe a. Oranae ... Helm room. family room I bedrooms window air' conditioner) Bmalldawn Drive.

145 luilntit lob 11"111' ppelile500nt6ins Near lhnepiasooo. will find this 4 "Bio* at tha BlkO of the Owl A central keatla* ayilantale "'81..' will let ye* move
Property lotoso. about 6130: month no.Ih.ludl. tens. rlturrhei and achooli. City room .
ThIs .
CB horn. I* their Ilkln. Mock property can k* purchased la. RO-111.
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I o..n.r .""rt..n' uUllllei ..n.Ire protnetlon. ..IU.Iout with I ELLIOTT V. REED
I "' 1" Sad 000. ol '11'. Br nblrd HUI eeclloa elf Carter reasonable Coop
TAMPA KIOHWAT ISO S 021.On II 000 donS boO0000 appointment onir payment and mBSONI ,
Road
Lane assume 44*
attract martMe -
J.hfl Iran.ma. liOn rest IN. II'W..ld. MU 41 1390 Thle home wai In NO DOWI Iv* lot. 66100 LAKE
i n.m.at. altar PAYMENT POLL PRICE oood lermi. OPEN HOUSE TODAY cU t* eee RN.1001. Builder
.i Mtalier 194 Weal Main. l.HESlDtNTlAL $ .. 11I01 L.nl.r t CII 1t01 Pirade of Hnmei. L... 101 ESTATES
elllrlepled nnep.nt rneaUSlIOtua. BY OWNER. ... the.. E. EDWARD 3217 Carllo Circle a Phone 682-65M, 682-ZOOS
4 COMMERCIALInduitrlal en. bed.room LAKE MORTON sad. Polnciane Avenue. Modern
Total rentals 1100 monl h. Olendal Manor
lota ellei all area Me 'Also CD. 'all .11. both. Coronet.551111w M your tot HOLLOWAY JR.OWNER masonry Home, tw* bedrooms
: Cad.. r>a lor. 1197 B 11I'810".1 4 room and bath CR boiseOueopled room. Oil 00$. 0310 "oor.. Ro.'r Just rampleUd three bedroom. CLOSE IN Florid room. beautiful oak

Blvd 4K4107INDUSTRIAL term is arranied by owner U reliable Csih otter part or ie>.5>37 arterHOME 3 pm.Cs ALL BRICK HOMES 11I1.133. 0' e.lt7t tor. .11. bSIhl. PISrIdo, room.. Walk dowa town from b.... tdetl'Doors. double carport chela link '

TRACT adjoins KL'OIs.nDON : ...'.Id. besulllillLake 10..1. brie 0111050 .mnl. Moe.ooIPSeO name. Larsw room.. ,several. din.In fenced beck yard Houa lust tike,

Kraft lInda, approtlmttely IIAs. loIorlU. Paved road IIPiles SALE 1I..ln.. $700 VIncI Cows tIll .'Ioor.... elOl'I. PHA' floor* .room. .ileamln hardwood At*. You really malt RO-1103 eee this 935 S. MISSOURI AVE.
.. III.h.... Railroad MO 000 W. PAYNE i east Lakeland Auburndale $5636 Term aereened Irani on* la appreciate It
.. NO ocean s.d. HMI10.
WI 7 1611to DOWN
John J S,.nnlD. Realtor CM Rt.llo LMI.A PAYMENTOn ooot.oMU 8-1729 PDl'Cb'l
4103 I i FOR ,,coqulteanonme ... West aide NEARDIXIELAND Slit room frame home with
r __._ .0.Ut or town, I black, CHOICE
.
,. .ilily piymrnla ol .5I Threeomi ;from Lake bedrooms
Hunter CB home with --- SCHOOLLara three separate

AN EXCELLENT 10T"REALnBARG !!'! cut,.PiscO.hovrn Tradrwlnda., lUll Cr_ Many ftmall down Bedels payment now en under wur eon.alrtwtlon lots. 'wo and bedrooms home. ,room.nice slsed earport kllohen and. LOCATION comer tot wItS plenty ..flt.Oln dining room and large

bedroom mneonrye
OPPORTUNITY PARK ..... TIIr. bed1mm IIUIII y. tt( monthly' total. par. OPEN TODAY NEAR SOUTHGATE bO"' i Three convenient W DOlrland, screened front porch Range

en carpel mt. draperleerondltloned ment Call Bar! Tr......, MU Jilt (out* Florid Aval ...... ..,. Southwest Junior Huh and refrigerator Included.
U you are thinkins ol build I'" $19,500.00 aIr erreened 13iUvHilo 3>76t er MU ..7171. well kullt house. could ke convert, schools SI.eaSn 0 refrlaeralornrluded
a trailer psrb ae have a beautllul built In Ci OtInSpond IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION ... for olflc. kuslness. er Ind 011'I' tit A"..* a...." RrlM Only $7,650 $2,000 down and
sit* ronslsl nl of IIecret '> Buys 100 x2HO lot near Civic ,oven larae 101. OIl '00. Prraenmorlieie BOGER TERRACE"South kuelnesal A reel b....,. at >. $65 per month. RO1039.

includ ns the plans for Center improved with 3 31: tlOOM BiJ.4341 for LAKE DEESONWATERFRflMP 120.0001 Bfcay terms arraaied
construction on 54J.A between .p".ln'm.., CO.. I DRIVE
U (. '> In'......'. 4 Be* iii00d. modern well furn apts i R"i"L. .._. 00.1131.WORK DRIFTWOOD .
., lot complete drlalls by owner and build L C. nn Off Young Place" ON THE 6746 Driftwood Drive. Three bedroom 3719 HOPEWELL
bringing in $250.
mo now. cc. brand Bew. near BouUiaaten 411 Bo Pla. Ave Iwo bath snasonry home
TED TOWSON Plenty ot room for add'iaptl. I)I' Cleveland HfllHte' beautllulreee .6 .1141 666..1.3.Don't BnuU'ul custom built brick and NORTH SIDE? .ll* low down ..,m..t. FHAM Close to 14.98 interchange.
tnauon reesoehl'eN home
Oak lloore, air tond tlened. Ap- Ito 810....... Last house on
Realtor on this land only block: .,r.li-d ....... Too lane bedraomiIda .ronlmately 2400 s* ft of llv *la 100160 s diode' S bedroom harmon this year.".." Ope today. two t. Lou of room for your chi!
lot.
room .... and t.. A Ion see.. The children will love NEW HOMES! Bale priced '
I MO 6-3H6 217 B fl*. Av* rom shuffleboard Extra iiuiiii for someone *ho wants the Miss This One 000 100"110O' wooded lot .or....- at jut (10(001 a unity an .. .Ia .... ,dren to grow on this 70x220
lower I... down to the and t I.... ......'. Better look '
would laka
large apt. make 510.5.0 d priced below value. Central lot. Five room
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Termi oil Iloorloeloor..... La.inted Soulhslde Location 0.055,051.,. Three bedrooms at RO-1047, Fusselle & Sons Inc 'I masonry
14i Farms Groves Ranch.., nice home for owner with '. home with three bedrooms
I at (14 Kerneywood H L.WOOdard. NeSt' Sihooia and .hufth... Th... Ule both. SOalS Plorlds DELUXE MULTI-BATH ,
Income from present and after 6 phn ..U2..J. 'd'OOoI1I'. P..lod florida room. room with cone fireplace. flanked KEN HARRIS lit (. Fla MV S-61I3 Built.in range and oven.
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FIVE ACRIt: Plant C", farm .14 I ttntr.1 b. .u. library space Frlil,
beafands
ir roditio
future apts All modern ap- .Ire equipped kitchen HOMES IN BRICK AND M. J. Event MTJ 1.1100 Only 111.750. RN-450
homo. turnlinrd Move In II 100 I... mod..-. kltihfn with snarkr Double Realtor Eiehanior LMLA I.954RoLert
POUR MU
Ci.fi talk Clark Realty .>o. dlancej plus air condition. BEDROOM. (7 600 frame Bmall home down InDislciand Drapes Included Corner lot rnort, and utility) Load ., u.t" 1606 (. Florida Av.. L.Oan PuMell MO 1.2033

4011 ng Nearly new furnishings pnrmrot. Or will Iredeor Ospie. 0 orens* trees. 616600. SI NOT transferred A DISTREsS. let yeur BALEener rash BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO 5533101LAKE WillIam T. Punaulls UU 04647Mr. George Stewart MU 2-0432

Many extras. Oulstate .. Phone MU ...at. 686.7700 "talk' Available eulck Call own .. Sub 111'1111.11'I'' Don Sutton MU 2-6582
own.
10 A Lok"r.n h.m. C Stool.enroull BOTH SOUTHWEST
OOOD THRKE: bedroom houie .. cc for appointment I* view. MV
n.lln its hom. PrlOots er will sell for cash at this rated 617 Weslover SIted, Hlsh loll JOHN ARTHUR WAY' 3140
551 ORtO T.... moau VaionlaPrico LOW FIGURE. land Hills. P.eomaileso fe ..d Three bedrooms. two baths, all SCHOOLS AND
O0OO. 30'. dn'.. Buyer to ...um. moriso.. .orm..... mutl indllloned. Corner lot In Byl VIEWS A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA

21 A "rndu" ...... I Ittd..m furnish own financing. ell to aetUe an Mtat. Call *66. tester Shore*. Enlrsnce hall leadi SOUTHGATE SHOPPING
bonus for Rtllremrnt or Hide- 843 E. ORANGE ST. 776 into llvmi-dlnlna, room Ctiarmlnj S bedroom home with BEST BUYS IN HOMES
'00, ... lena vilue for 536 000. .nua and while' provincial TRULY breeuwar. Florid room wall to
load "'11'I,. (Please do not disturb OWNER THREB bedroom. two .n. kreaklaet room lots of .r.II.1 wall carpetlni. and isrsas. own 300 S. Florida Ave.
tII. bsUii eicellent location near net space. built.ins. ..... Or en.lous sell .
CO A Produclon 0..... OrorlSOS tenants) school, snoppln. Carpellni. di.., IOrlor decor Uirouihout Plus WISE BUYS 'ider '_0..1.te Off and,. will eon CLEVELAND: HDOHTS Ideal Phone MU 2193
,...
beautiful lot
.M home on
000. at" dbmS.So per I. throuahout. Air' condition en added features make III'' MEL RUDYLMLA
a 5mois
bulls In oven, noon. ...,..n'" ntlraitve home. .....00. 3 bedroom. I both horn. In this fine eaetlon ol Lakolandpactous
f A. 31000 boo producer krforffreece PAUL B. BELLEW 05510. Nicely landscaped. B835BIO MU 02002RETIREMENT of Lake Hunter Wool well constructed' I bed
810 BONNIE DRIVE
should have a toed rrop REALTOR 414 600 Askln price .room. masonry. Can ke kouiht lor
(oil ,..,. a real buy at tlvo 000 613 500-RN-501. Offeri considered SOon .3 600 down then anume Imo'e. %
>.> down "An Independent Real A PREK dtOs,00.ra 1105. Veeevi MORTGAGE BROKER by appointment only and Must lie .... payable 67690 par
enouih on th.puecho.of 908 CLEARVIEW seen t* b* appreciatedPLANT .
Estate in. RN601HEIQHTB .
120 A Prnduc n. Oranto Drove, Service" thIn beautiful three bedroom. home OIl 050-RN.674. 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. men IMMEDIATEPOSSESSION

1300 000. 21- down 723 S. Florida Ave. complete with I tile baths. ,.... dial 686-4107 tlm.SOUTHEAST CITY 1113 r.OOEWOOD ORrva'UaRT : -
1713 FREDERICKSBURG any .
llvlna
room. paneled Florida
HO: A Producni Oranao Orovo MU 6.2497 room. Plenty of closet and siAn.000S005' IF TOO A HI ONe: OF THE! 631..60-RN-OJ1. US* dow. and SOoN 66( month ON OOLF CLaV.LAND OOUMB-spaloue -
00dornS. .. LUCKY FltW TAKING for attractive I _
Lendscaped arnund. IT KA8Y room home i bedroom I balk homi.
r 41 srllh lake view Must be .... THKHB: DAYS BEB THESE 433 LONGFELLOW 'I. Worrell Park under FHA modern I. every roepeot and li. 404 I. Beacon Rd 4 Bedroom.

JOHN J. BRENNAN I Waterfront Property Orlilnal price SOS .00 Offered HOMbS TODAY 616.600-RN.631. ..,,... condition B. ,",. t. 1I.n., room kitchen' dbmSsee.
105 by owner for 616. 000 Only ,40 CHILES BT 2311 BUCKINGHAM see this beautiful home locatedn .. Florid room. III.. bsUiparquet ..
ACRiriCE C BOA It cabin. 62300 down Phoni HA "-45(2H DISTANCE TWO te WALKINO MARY LEAHY : laraa 160 lot la thIs fine (oak) floors. double ....
REALTOR 530040. 3 bedroom novel suns sines City JUST OFF LAKR MORTON BKDROOMS_ 639600-BL-II34-H. ocauon UN.61*. pod lam utility room Central
ouse. 6750 Cs.h or termsarae 534 W. CAROLE You oWe It to to RealtorIt heat and air condlllonln, *. aalrasrse
CALL 686-4103 lota THFUCK BEDROOM Ill bsthPlorida ICE 113.WO 00. KL-1134. yourself I
from 06B5 5t off on 1 lot Nice shade. fruit, lawn
serb dayl Croons A l'ooehootlidesrnse. yard room Real oir: birnln endtlisuodfenced I. I" HAQAMORR TWO LOVE 617350-RN.1016. ee this luxury home. Con., N MM. Avenu WO '..J.I :bedroom OIl BONNIB 1'i DIIVO-aeao105s both home &. ..S. ind shrubbery. One block off

1 miles Nortn M ... very desirable local an. Call MU L I-Y BEDROOMH TOP CONDI 2ll E. CRAWFORD CSll.000RO.iO$4. :rete block, two car enclos I lent Camphor Helahls. location Lots Holllnasworth Priced ..
147 Income Property on 301 II'Ood..d water! '.4051 r.fmer C ,. 0514054A001IN. ,,1'IONN TOP LOCATION. II I Moat reasonably prIed at onli BELL. Excellent financln. Ira-
pm
HOICC "ILDINO" -site on Gulffwnll,3 15.000 00 RO.1001. 4 sd! garage with utility area I 30.OOO. Good financing a.N-663 medial. poeeesslon.

THRU BEDROOM home. ( thins. or ter bedseavlly $ THREE attractive CBidows 405 KERNEYWOOD screened patio fenced
014 GREENWOOD JUlY OFF arge .
'I hom. C.PO' IItllll,. SwinS 74* e lnrhm An.. I bed.
ear aaraie. I larie .wlmmlniplu Oonr. 66J wooded. 6076 terms .', Insulated. nice nrlir 1 LAKE HUNTER THRER BED. *]' lOO-ROo1071. 'ear yard and underground KATHLEEN room. llvln room Oboist' rwomkitchen .

> 1700 a nenth Inromeproperty J 61 borhood. n* city taxes, no plo. ROOMS F1IEPLACK: DIN1NU Three bedrooms 3 Bedroom. CB house. near school H. W. STOCKARD .... 'I.r... room and
and owner 0 S40J Phone for Detail prlnklers
Ih. cot Terms. Three bedrooir i ROOM 61000000 BL-1167' a.01e 1 redecorated: Low "0.. utility room Florida room. Beau
SIlrniiod. MU a.1310 1 50
Mitcilloneoui lois Woodland Drive. lot 75 0'OS. 116 BUCKINQHAM oo FACINO TODAY wo tile baths, lovely kitchen ""II'I.. REALTOR lllul oak floors, floor lurnac
DKLUXB IOUTH8IDB T''I I' la.. shade trees. an.760rlh THr OOLF air conditioner. Sot.... nice
Two bodoom. .ak noo.. (10000 Three bedroom ;BKUROOMS COURSE- FLORIDA mIsts ROOM: Larry Heath MU 2-8500 with range oven dishwash TAKE IT EASY A.ooobot.n. : 1.wn. fruit end ahrubbery. Owner .

rooms. alf ronditlonod .. 131 Sinai,n. 6* 500 and two brd .16 000 00. CR504.Iveonsol Galen Hauger MU 3.135S 0 r' and breakfast area Iiv POol W'bbo moved and lays SELL: RN-M1
boss, or In..m. torll'l'. No ee.mn. 7l7Bavannah, 67600. Bky I. tbls 47 III)' trailer. with CB .11m Pollard Jr
01 05105000 II MU .IJ3.. I OMFB) FOR COLORED ON 1JTHTRKET 11m. acres. ala discount for caabmy OFFICE MU 2 6147 ng room with fireplace and enhooa. carport and utility room Bob Williams 1433 Fern .,'*-S I.... ked.
WEST OP WEBSTER 1 In ...uu,. Phone CALL ARACKNEYMU ell Central Only (6 room.. llvln room. dlnlni roam.hilobsn .
TWO OUPLtXU 'oo.pae 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS OJOO DOWN 500Ct lining heat and too wIll terms. HO-1 loo lAuburndal WO '-'01101
m>nli> kltchrni' lurnuhedcondlUoned Alt 1 rt FHA QUALIFIED BUYERS .6 -i7J6 e-4S5 lir conditioning RN477.SOUTHWEST O Floyd tlmmermann. .I,. tile kath beautiful oak
HAUGER REALTY SPIC Ln B Florid A... MU 03133Pnasrl floors. Florida room. attached<
Eicillent return ..nIn..n. MEL RUDY, REALTOR. 1137 BMkMORIAL. TOP BOUTHBIDB: location hearLake AND SPAN
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.ar.. and utility I la...
.. room
Posoon 052-0023. 066 4107 ANYTIME Hall nisaorkn, louiledioom Office
new 2 Bedoo". CII 1I0u... mite "or. ndscaped. lota R in andPrice <.,..
Realtor' LMLA
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I' bath sir oondl :136 P. Oleander MOlll
lldl BANKS PaS% losorn, prop. tionjlI. fully carpeted Lot 1261 ROY STILLERF.ALTOO [ Ill B. 0 rann. ... 14. room 10141 of .Olao sodpeI.4 reduced to SILl: Immediate .
eec'.. funl..d. '11110O. Oood 145 rurellenl flnancln. Phone "Bio* at lbs BKn of the Owl rl.",. HO-107. Possession. .0.544.
lems.S Con be005.
rennet I Ine home with
18.1 X173 .R6 masonry
or 226JTHRKE
oil da. patur doOm 4 000da.. It MOVING 1010 B Pennsylvania Av*. 3
r.beust r 21 Sod IJ. or toll 151 Real EiteU Exchango 'TWO' 'NEwii ;; Hull Stre.t : LNLA wo bedrooms, one of them AWAY bedrooms llvln room dlnlni

Jookaontlll, RA 4-5000.I. on bus Ii,.. Just 001 0' ell' 323 1. P3.A. A Y.. .!'t.31 d3IT'S ting size two and one.half Must soIl thla 3 bedroom frami room. kitchen, b*'h. den. larae
DUPLEX PURN1SHED Clou In IOHT UNIT apartment hounor TOre bedenoma. too III. bat h.. \ 4 BEDROOMS : booM. ac.. corner lot, nln COMBEE ACRES ...... peron .beautiful oak floor
A il..1 l at (7 too LaSh. Reiiwr land or roald.n,.. ood lo. II oem. .....h.n. dining coon,. laths Florida room formal ahborhood Priced low willmi .or.... Phorod 15"t c.reoe d. &..
tnt km. food Phone rorPOri. IlIO' lid ,CB Dome 1 _.... I full .II.nt .
710 NorUi M>...rhu..t... MU 3- Income MU nunese. lou.of VERY REASON ABLY C lining room beautiful kit RO-1H1 1001110' lotelisni 50cm.
'_ 6 I alhe. broODed Elcsllentoondlllon
> has. One Ih. mo..,. 551 p.r porch RN.3.DuPI.P'u"I.hod..
'3'" .iaih WaJkJh..UU J. UI. PRICED 4 bedroom home (:hen. Central heat and air 3 BIG LOTS .151.1 d.Ood.a t. Quick
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DUPLEX DELUXB: IB .... Bleenelihborheod OR (sad ranch type, Ibedroom ii7"tieiiioos DIFFERENTSEE :occupancy (M.600. Goad TermsBO1013 Near Lobs
lusary homo ; n ear Churches schools C:onditiomng Beautiful I
on mairea In Lokei.d
hurdwood lloon 50* Ediewood. south I* Woodward I Morton. LI. I fl0005 .. Let
air uodllloBed elertrle heat > Central' heallna and airndlllonlna Two bod.oo ...10..... rlorld. FORYOURSELF hopping, and bus living I wooded lot In Lakelands Drive. bedroom house someone .1.. Uk* cr of Ui*
plenty olnae3000 0.. raniei and Deep rock well. 'room hSrd.ood hour.. footed ._..... .
slluaud IN 3112.
on lot RN (17.
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.. <>... doublb eSeltOilnarao. loho view For Lskelsnd resldrnsi boto .ard. 'rull thee.. Iollth.ld. room, separate dining room Inest residential area. RO052 NEAR LAKEHOLLINGSWORTH
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eOmbt004. Wool ooolhinn commercial' properly orislness $50 II, 3,00 I It. buy II. RIOI small oak floors, open fire place I ....... Psely 1 937 .....'ul.-I bedrooms II..
633000 .. dos ..
Prl .m.nt.
Site Ucla I. ". O.n. ....1110O lean PEA 1I..nu" In. room dlnln room kitchen
'Well. owner. Kt 1, Boi 634 Coil .U 3.445010O01 and furnace.
IDS w. Very reasonably
POUR UNITS all 000 ....IIMi 1...... P1onida' Lao Sonny Dr Wear George Stewart MU 2.0432 1 100 betn ecrecn porch S sir
maker Near new Ward BImROOM. Iwo full Llm. atreet Bctiooll split-level, 4 priced. 2202 Carolina. SETH McKEEL conditioners. floor furnace. *.
money Publ ., and Beiri Call MU b.'h.. '.mU, room. ........ .,se bedroom. each with a I)on Sutton MU 2-6582 e Ontepiporerr lI.droom.40 00..00100e Esbop. Nicely I.nd.
3oJ3J' a 152 Rial Estate Wanted shillS 035' % .ho.... 0011..11 ..Ik.In closet I Ule baths with Call C, FOSTER. MU 2-0324, Cesltor iMLA .aUi. CB Home. Florida Koom.Sulbl.I 0.0000 lot. 0ar school. lOlir.5

.....L1n.. eonnesient to ..Uorhool. ..nlty. Urowln .., lea ruht InClue for details on RN.aJ9.BEACON Ph. leU J.0353 111 5. tome .51.0000 0 oven break and ..k. Moloo. 000sroaS
RAVE .EVERA' tree .ood ,"I.d.nll.1 WB GOT ...ul.., Need hums Sod bus U... Penf.et" eOD'dilion. own sun.II o Florid room. I.orensod SOs area In kitchen: walltowallMrpetln SILl,. KO-IO.
lotomo ooPlrU. for .fur isle rentals Mel Rudy Real 5,0 II. MU 2.4034UNDOR ..I sale 000cr. .12.100 i.oe, 1637 last Memorial .8e4l07ANTtD lichen.. pantry, bar Dlnln room 'n aitra ,..... well landscsped I.IT Vlstabula bedrooms. II*.
iT icT: ; iii:. ROAD
nd llvln. .II for oIl of.wS.m
room Onlral heat and 0' pele.d 10 In* room, kitchen and dinette,
W 70 lo 200 sires of Ilona' In deli,, I.atueiesa.e- Sir oondltlonlni. From rear bal I"". ,.,. 21.100.. 50.1131-N SIlo bath sir conditioner and
mini land Prefer ..... dm10 p00.104 forn- 3 bedroom home near shopping 300 S.
.nIlD. Baa room .moe..natures own woodland Florida Ave. heat varsae. at raae. and work
DUPLEXClose .1.1, pasture. Lease or buy Con tic room with flr..I... double in lie own hsbitst Lara. recrea. Churches schools and Phone MU 6-2193 The Way To Live shop Patio beautifully land
NICEI
irr olhrr R. M Pulldo and door .hl" foe doobiorosHni.C tinS room wlttt utility room den EXTRA leaned Mt. under around sprink
Son Sod Farm 0.73. TamesOWNCR leo.. Lohel.od'. most do.Ce sad workshop La,*. beautifully bus Separate dining room, I I., system. This real kuyRO .
to Kathleen Road 14 :""' DO you Iou.so.U : ': .3':: '" 010.. '1IIId.180J landscaped lot On ..or... Th. fla. room modern kitchen, scillent condition on S acres I I bedroom.. I full both.. 10". .1050H 1
Interchange. Two bedrooms t onitructed '''81. homo. Inelud.In. pelne has been reduced Ie ..II his ( room CB home. 4 bedroom !lOrldo, 11oo... lIuutota 010,0 sOd
I two bedrooms and dlnlni, RTAUNTON A."u'.' eo,..' icellent terms. Immed ate peeeeselon beautiful oak floors Small PHROW AWAY TOIl ASPIRIN! Florid room lovely llvln* pr.u.Tt floor. OIl oraJl I" YOU'RE A IIARAfl"ItIXUI
range, refrigerator and room r Is It reasonably priced I... Th.. b.drosrn Iwo bath.P'Iorido 1 11... the key. RN.7(1. down payment. Owner moving four house huntlni headaches :'.A J th Imp ace. central :heal I fiftfit .0....*. *.duood Ie tl7.- I .. PIT

washer in each tide Live In Bend details to dot P.330. Lako.iaod roow. built ,IOrS,5.ood and anxious to ,re over You .. found that I! carpeted. 1114471.Just throiI 100 T rnii. .V.VII71.BEERMAN I
Ledarr 000. e..aI SIn. Sod bent. Owa.Sr away Polonlel' home with all the bedrooms PSUO II
odorr& Ph,1I1oHltk'
II Palmer 5
one and let rent make your ro..rr.d. NU l.Iuat. L.R.(Shorty) .ell. Call C. FOSTER MU and bathe (3 I reapoeIvelyl 1..ln. NU1110 L. (Shorty) Palmer

payments Only I $10.000, i PIeS UNITS 10,0160,0 MLA 2.0324 to show 207 E. I you need Of course II Move Realtor LMLA
LIST VOUItPROPERTY Sportmrohho. 804 PoutS Tennessee Av*. you '.. that beautiful kitchen with
$500 down and $65 per ... br 001. or tc.d. mequileI.e Phone MU >.6171Nrit BEACON ROAD RN.972. ullt orSns..s C even paneled REALTY I 0045 Tenn Aver
month IN2131. WITH US S hom.. Apanim0005,00thd. to B. Tons, Ave. Pk Lot) ,amity room and carport. but .he* you eee thl. Immaculate ( Joe..T Maswellelesman
nIce 1".081'. C'II soMe I p 11'I.. too,.. ItO batA home. fireplacellvln I
....noJ. ehy not lust coil I and let 6 see : nn a. n*. AV*. MV *3isi Ph Office MU S.(173Res
"If 'Short* can t BELL It BURN HO.IOOT. Price 633.>00. iS room lovely tree nhSd.'C .... MU (
DUPLEXJust IT DOWN." H L. Bhortr Pa mr : BfDROOM two bath I IdoUbl. NOW I CHESTER'McDONALD' tot, Price (650O. ...1130.1_ 'Neat t. a T..... A..23. Lot)
Realtor. LMLA 904 B 1... carport corner lot not LIT THE RIDS TWIST f.
essea Avenue Phone MO 1-6173. dowo no the klna 01.... Florida room
Re.llor-LMLA INCOME
off 98 on Griffin Road. mN.ot 10 a. Torn,. A... hellop .3617Y J bedroom IV ba'h home '. Bid. 500-1170 t our llstlna at 1701 lesion BRENNAN HOME &

Frame construction large ...U OWNER Three bedroom CB lock, from Lake HolllnssworUtLII66 'orr.... This 3 master bedroom JOHN J. I.... lIla masonry duplea at' .21.
: -I. Separate dlnln' room
130x200 lot with room to 0....., built-in kluhrn Poulocks ....... screened porch Bhadedol. ,arpeted erne I la centrally In llvlnf. air room conditioned and Rise. Realtor. ........ (...tIOI I:31; Boulb room Johnson kitchen.,..In.bedroom 100"11010w

build more apartments. One OM from monthly Grove. lOll Park Crescent 6450own Ideal lemur home. er bedroom and In CXCBLLXNTondltlon A...*.. Horn. I* Mil CollIe :.Ind. b... tEACH SIDES Th.lonb MAKE MOREadd
WANTED TO BUY I' o Bulll-ln kitchen andoubla .. IlIr.l.h.d
I Old. .0m..I."I
bedroom each side only $9. PI.et.! MU 44H2. W R. "Bill" WILLIAMS
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carport on corner lot loll, 01050 ,.. ... Call an" 00
300 12000 down with good lean three bedroom home, I IIted In. PRIVAji'WNPR. CB. .. ... REALTOR .m LUT.A ell today for a personal Inapao III eneas ."....m.ni. to 0110.
west ol Florida Ave,. b.. bodeoom I.'i b"l1, t..o block. roll B. Pla A... *(-1316 ion o( KN-60. ;.,... available. 1O-313. Classified ads to
terms IN 2123. ".., B.lv.d.ld Beacon Will, from Crystal Laka school. Com TO IE[
Poe cash lor barsam with 0 ,letely lurnlshed 6BOO, assume LOT OP LOT your sales staff Dial MU

George Stewart MU 2.0432 aalmum ol 615000 VA 810'...... 653.1375. .sl:!: DOWN Lak..1 and a mlahty fine home ABBOTT.HECKES CO. 61151 for an ad.writer
CLEVliLAND0IKtOH1"Tsns: : i;; --jsee I eeeUoni of r an be yours lor Just 616.oooa THIRSTY
Don Sutton MU 2-6582 Contact, : ', land owned ky FHA for aala at It not way out In the oounry R..II." LMLAIT today
two bedroom hone .
: Lot 00 UbCustom best possible poison and terms helpful and productive I but In s location convenient I. B T.... Ava. Ph SalOilSCI.A0SIPI
bum br Co.oleuo.Lion
J. C. BYRDReal owner law down payfnsnui no closln 0 achoola and shoppingThe'
sod I,.auon the bent. Would 1 rusts. and .... monthly workers use Classified wne ..... 1 bedrooms. IVb bathsipacloua 1- DDISWt' "
000.12cr secondmen O0 Oel050n (Or S CLASSIFIfD OKPLAV
A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA Call tie to ae* some ol kitchen dlnlni roomvlna
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equity to soalIflod will for mouth watering
Estate 6820378J burori buys Bowl p"lI'I.n"1 Ada. An ad-writer I room and Florida room some
loin Woodland Hill I ,
J. C. permenter. home Bill Cheek help attract just- lua corner lot with fenced bexkard furniture buys? There are
I 663__1044ILL1ND FHOM OWN EH. 4hree bedroom wIth you Let ua .... you RN400today ,

300 S. Florida Ave. u CB partly lurnlshed Beautiful right worker. Dial MU bucketful of bargains In
YOUR Home Alone* Coou .
I I. landscaped. Corner lot School
A. S. MORROW REALTORS
Phone MU 6.2193 I'. know Prices similar. proper sod bun at door. 2..00.. 15% ABBOTT.HECKES CO. 1151. LEONARD RABIN Classified) Turn back to ,
II.. .ro brini..5 on pt..ot mar. duo,. 1'1111'I. .'.....d. $$$.'....
fit How to screen Ute bu,." Fteoloea RBALTOK' .rn iNtO Household Goods" now!
'rom the "lookers?" How ,. de REDUCED 63000 movlna Call- m a. Teas. Ph. M 1-0113 10.10 B Lima ....
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ermine If e.u'o. sot a ousllliciyer 10,015 Will Mwrlflio two bedroom ____ Call 012..101CLA..IED ANNOUNCESTHE
houba ..rl... euodillos.IdeSi '
yer down parment tons t c.saIP.D0SPLAV CLA''P'IED DI.IOLAV
.verythlnalnm If you don I boo location Cleveland Helshtalor DISPLAY r "CLASSIflCO DISPLAY. .
m answer. t* thOu. 1,5miOO2 QU." 10.11. 'U.OOO.I sold ky -
YOU fAMilY'SSCURliY You .hOuld nil Moech 10 Orno.r .13-1191. I' AFFILIATION OF

1"1011.Loonoed It.bl. Realtor MU WE IIUY


153 Housti For Sole SELL AINU TKAIIC I PUBLIC AUCTIONTWO W. A. (Andy) McColloughAs

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OWNER: LKAVINO FlorId. noon I
I SIs ffera modern home at a reduced I ON SAME DAY FEB. 24th Sales Associat* -
price' furnished or unfurnished USED FURNITUREWARNOCK
2020 WoodbinerHairX people learn every day' !

assured in a home of MEW Trade cootoouitp. that it'* smart businessto 10:00 A.M. SHARPAt

your own. For outstand. will lake. Three bedrooms that. advertise In the Classified
twin beds Ws kin' din.lnne !
nlm000tnl sod eimonl.reoeto.h section Dial MU FURNITURE
ing home buys see to across street from Boutn DOS loath Mn! !.iil A**.. B kewulirul two krm ...

day's "Homes For Sale" west Junior H sh. West Wlndsoit 61151 for details the APPLIANCI IXCHANGI hen*. Nicely ,,."*rt4l ,.....* .** cut W.ll

listings ''''" all boots Lincoln A... sooner the imarterl AND (",,.c. *n4. sir cOIIditl...e. A.*..* .*r*(* *t rr
au.. Open B ndey at'ernocn. el. 102 I MmrUI II... PHan. MU 2.2222
so by eiipo nlmrnl. P510,. 66*. I 0' .lr.* kuriluH' ".01...,.' .5.0. I* arM' t* app...

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REALTYCOURSE .

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A Owe ....r_ keen *n. f.. .....11 ctt*,., Mr. MrCollmish represent A. (. Morrow In leaeralreally

LUIIUIIOUI WAnlflONT ACTS.u Br .*.. *l ,....'ty. .lncludln ie the nm. t.,.. thrauih .t Morrow Brtnrr Office. 40* a. Memorial

W-. II\, a .... oil ..too, *n- .1)e cn..,. "*r. 0... cer ere*..B4crort Blvd Andy attended Lakeland Senior Mlah andraduato

All .ymlsn'ns. .n!) throe wnrtl will k* from the Vnl.... ol Florid n lob. II.

IXCLUIIV PsatusinCOMPLITI .Hra1. .t B Ht five eaSy to pM,.ha.*r .> fhla pr.p.eety. ...oo Ihe eenrtee I March 1MB and for tha losS three

IKIU."ON. INn.CON.DOMIN.IUM rf Imoetcint cMitwcl Ohio sORes kfr sol. years bD keen Motioned In V.rn. Italy aervlnv .. *

4r. .*r lrhr, prcexrty phone 614-OIJI. OPIN. Captain firm Army helicopters. HI" real esteu affiliation

..... nod ,.... Posh. Y. by Ap.ornooo housE tit lire! P..M.I whkB beeen with his rerent .. "horn lbs aerelca
will .... homea. (raves. lota, farms and commercial
.IOM "OMO AND $45 P55 MOo
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING MONDAY FEB. 24 7:30 P.M. realty. Cal Andy NIl 5-7112--pa look lorwsrd .
Moed '-. Srn.MfsSc be MATSSS od 50500edOh. BUYER TO PAY 20% DEPOSIT keln* of service t* ye*.

Op.. ...... ... IS "'....C PM.1e00 CADET RESTAURANT I I

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.....1.. PeS0000 10" Diesoe ...... .bo.t the .Ich oppS,0i51000 ho the ecml .tooll peso
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153 Houses fer Sale 153 Kevin for Salt 151 Htttu for Salt 153 Noah fer Salt i iI
For Sale
153 Hwuiti for Salt I 183 Hsmi For Salt 153 Navies I 1S3 Howtss fer ala 153 Hems 'or Salt
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COUNTRT CLUB
'.._ Now black home /1a.Mieen.'s BY own**, four old Su OOMPUmcLT: Also ataraotlrol ON LOVCLV this I'M, use BY OWNKR: Ca Muse ""h JtcttrMoont or wince
roar urn der.n.
ruin WMh on. amt 01ll Pint. Inoom prop rlit. food la. lurnlthod aoUaio. Reedy taMoral OlBiwn custom built Uira* b4 Ntntned eeOc. nlmmlee .Peetoo homo with In_.. Silt Ban Polo .,,1.,. ...... Two boor om., TWKEII BEDROOM fr.rno nauoo.Hit .
aero 1 *. Three I...... bodraam,'NUNS BvanIM ata Coot Pet but, .11_. One 1SOOClark room ca. two bait hon, atkluh 5114. 2505 N. JERSEY RD 541 0a. 5a9054. one bolt bit.bea, dlnln.. With" ..... of land. 111 too test.Pbaee .
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bat*. Horlda room Bum motto, >alt.tOJl. >n with atahwuhar ara aMI abesi ft' boom.. Its Susie Drirr Mtf SMO
thra patio, ewe car laraj S17SOO TWO BSMMlOMlt, two butte b..1
drown, dwk and ahlnioaolmt. ".. bedroom ci AIR OOtml'l'lONI .n1
la vanity. double ... low done. n* olo'u* oeito. Inns room famllr room aulli B"n1. .". ,. ........ Plarlda roam
r..l- 0. i kilrben bedroom
2715 MONTICELLO mil In owner's lot M'.,11'.: boom II .1..lrlo
TWO BEAUTIFUL North an PS an brandCarpanlw Change plar in kltohm lano ,
part and 80.24. waraanop Own ta>..... cost I**. .......,. Von .. Ham MU: 04579.OPEN $4300 Full Price built Mat Loki Brwaa Aironuo. .M.,near oil'. then MU a-nu._ hom. outhild, toll MU 7.14.1:
S4M7HOMES makes this
MU HOMES nits lurnllur. ht ....1. I k4raomCli quality Mil
h.uM wlUl aanolad Ftondiroom 'or thin 1 bedroom ca erne NmtsS home available at this! tim. I NOW 1002 CLEARVIEW!
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Thn berth Hull ai I' sated
oMroomt two bath la.dirwt on
roar toraonod poroIo, oar. .. mall ftowa r.?nont-A I bod. radiworaud hem althbadroomi I I
"' SOS Central heating, three lariipaclous News
BY OB Ubuni kltahan.11. brat dirtiwhor panel.ins. port sod uUUlr Mice Inc andMirukterr HOUSE 1..kell,It S .loe Il Eble born, NOW I room wbwto 011..1. Homo willitloatr ) ,.... lib bath. PMIfd .
A lot at axirai... All bedrooms, extra ai room Would make an ., cad ,loar"; ,.
thins Hurt, doubt *ara> Dl.rociano Oil Sari ,.......,1 see snort, aloe ,1111" roan see thli krlok S bedroom bomi narlda raam
North an Us *i ton for ".',100. range ud tMtudntor lncIud..d large Florida room Excellent Work Iron Luke Hunur, RN4M cud rotlr m.nt homo or mail ur.*., on M'H40' lot andelaop '"
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MANAGER ml: s nn Vim T R Tuci.rJr .... teano, MO-KW1 N.etbeeet.W. 'Ionkooe
FHA thorn ana aillo put Carptnton. WINSTON HEIGHTS RN 500. I01S DoreiAr, 0. willflonildar lanllf furnlih Widow li r."
Horn. uitrnr Swann Drib .. Roaltor MO e4173.SPRING I condition. Pleas call any affor and. ........,, R. "BiU" WILLIAMS to Mil, aakln atilrMM a1"'
$100 DOWN o..rloo..lILaII.. Olbion. ot... 'or Inspection. Price tilWO Lar* ....d04 lot "IUi .1\1'00 and' MtALTCm LMLA ( Call Karl Tn...... MU 3-" .,.. I
a-*. HM. la b* MO* to bo appr IS $5800 PartlyFurnished oak. Hardwood floora awparatedinin with T. M, Tooter it. Realtor
elated. luildoc ana ...... TODAYH Terms arranged. RC ....... Moor ale eUvo lest a.*..Florida.18:10: Are .. MO S-7173.
horn In all lees ALMOST HERE
Manr choir 1099 feature. "
MU 6-0986
CoaipletBly rcdaooratedMnnUilr yCLAPSIPIID
tlon .. But any oaaon ron eatt approolala CLAaalPKD DISPLAY DISPLAY
n ni at lo* a* 161up "Bill" WILLIAMS
war landanapMIpropartr W. R
tile lov.lr
or olflo* or nil from $12500 to 'or this a bedroom tams aebr. .
Ioc.todII ant al l '01' dhmao' Ammo with rorperla DON W. PAYNE
T R. TUCKER, Jr. OPEN HOUSE landt nloort. brick noUhborhoodi bouts bM a ohorytlroplao Thbnwlou. JHOOO Monthly payments Se 1..101II ac a I$'.,\.' 10', a.It1ALTORIoMLAIIU ..... An. M1571 OPEN HOUSE f
rat eel far Irtte the thector. 1
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lull from $68 month plus Realtor LMLA
In red llvlni room per -
110-1013.
REALTOR.. 1528 1 ELM ROADVery din In. room bar. ear dl.I1.kltehta...... ai wiibbroaklui dl. taxes and Insurance Cal G. Crow. M1I: ,."" 107ft E. Main MU 9.841BIGGEST 2.00 to 5:30 P.M. TODAY
all x. Ua. LakMUdMU rose. built-in o> ronn *. ovra
Pro..rl A-tin M..thsrVA modern 2 BR bloc 1 ems bed roo"'.. S tull til. b.... DRIVE OUT TODAY Estate 1123 CENTRALIf 1621 NEWPORTIf

PHA Area A" rro- ........, home In tip-top condition reeled norlda heed room and, oak air IlooraoMilrollr _dl.. Wait an Manorial BInS pool tat $7500, with you dtalrt a distinct horn In a choice sourhtld,
Tile bath Cork floor Fireplace uonod Owner b. boot tran not aahool. take debt fork owm.toa II Poled Wew the martnt tomumq you're handy paintbrush this 4 bedroom, carpeted, air
lornd and anilou. to coil PrlvtW HtliuU XlnnaorrrMEL of this' a..III IC et In and hammer. 1M this ana you should It. '
SAVE SAVE SAVE In living room. Lrgcarport < IMS BMIOB" Dr. Call aaaee ..... .loud oo..dIUon, 19,00w (:11brara. /. conditioned bom In Phillips Manor
Shaded lot Wei ...... Carla.. to 100.101IInorlll modern five room homeNeeds
$1S,000 home tor $15.300 TED TOWSON fleet Is.l.a 114. Nee nlr. a little work, but ).ot wff How Jortty Reed, I H...k.
established and
(O I quiet neigh lewd Cross 1IO-101t
Owner must mow $2.50 ID throb
borhood. Small down pay soies RealtorMU alt .. no. ,,AV*, RUDY really has possibilities) An, South wf Barfow Rood

2123 down John Arthur Way be ment Inspected to reliable between party 2141 Mal I l LMLA REALTOR $10,500Good Term; HOME VALUEIN CLARK extra good REALTY buy at 833 15500 N.,I GEORGE K. MILLER, Builder

MU 6.5947 PM. to-day. Thomai WU, SHOPPING MORTGAGE BROKER ,for' ihli from I Luke ballroom P rk CB.r. home MM hmiWal Bole -' Mass, 686-4031. fHONI 6S1-21T1 e, 616.2253HABEL

Elinor Peters will I 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. It it tomplrtelr natnrawd '
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Irulte tad out .101'' POLK COUNTY -'
BY OWNER greet you. RN-978. !Is very convenient to this: dial 686-4107 any time Mirvenad bark porrh, a ut lit -
this s brtroora I bath. con. nice 3 BR home with 2 room., oil on ..I.. lot with ellruumo '"F

ex use.heat r.ll and carpal air nondltloBlniwall doublo tan, R. M. MARLER Baths. Florida Room dinIng call. .iu no-1101, HuDiru. MU32e3 "...kal.s Batlant Bulldir I II
to-
port corner lot. Just ......Id. ollillmiw room, double garage and Construction
tour ahopptn center and I & SON SHADE OAKS. 1241 Edge-
.. ........ rlfbt. ...-. LMLA noalton Emphasis Joe P. Bridges'MODEL
Is HOWARD GILLETTE
water Drive near new
2115 JOHN ARTHUR WA\ 1401 K:. Kiln ." MO: ttfl'ianrlui I. HOUSE
SYLVESTER SHORES Lallan* auua IBO' Wards and Sears Shopping Informality REALTOR LMLA BUILT ON YOUR LOT ,3342 S. Florida Ave. 682-0621
Center-(24,500 with terms. 110 W. Walnut at a. Florida
AssllID D..LAV. _CI.A"IID' DISPLAY RN708. poolol oharm ant. 1l..bimUio I.. PHONE MU 2-4179 $7,700 I
.
I..... panolM rump nxnolwrd .
puts and oonnrul _
nib 1..IDd. ALL Blaine PRESENTS-----
COUNTRY LIVINGright HM livlni room. 3 aodrao.... -1'10 bless eharnw
..
ono I* woll-oltuatrd tor wo
a Sec. U prolorrvd, 1H b>l'"., NO DOWN PAYMENT
OPEN HOUSE In town with shade 1e.. reed U oak shaded ...d

trees and real seclusion private. Loralfd. RO-1024 luit .oil InHolllnaiworth .a. EXCELLENT VALUES $50.52, MONTHCOME The CONTINENTAL 12,950 oN YouR mS

SUHDA Y-2-6 P.M. Features include 3 BRs, 2

Baths, Florida Room, double -Tastefully 1720 Meadowbrook Living area 111Screenee

carport, large fenced 9na of but bun %. bas lIad INSPECT OUR I C i.draom 2 Berks Perch Carport ...... 224
SELECT BRICK HOMES yard with Shuffle Board Pampered In a Shill. Three aro S biD Q I. Krrchen AepllonceiMerkle Venlr. tithe Seven porch 21ft
HOME AT
kitchen wdroomi and S full bathe. nor. MODEL : I Window Slid l"..iotod Cellini
Court and modern KxmpUonallr urn oo".o'od Ida room U err tilon .. lo Kathlon IKJ. Bella Villa WlndewsTerreal Clot Slldlnej I Wells te Perch Entry perch 117
with dishwasher Pricedat homo an lano oak ....d04 101 \I 100'.111' and u.. beet par' : Awnlnt : Inclaxur _
In I Kdiinholra. Uiit rofloeU. oon. I. Uio prlrh one (K,BOO will Open Today 1 to 5 I ICII Floor Shewer
$13,950 to $16,200V.A. $19900 with terms Hint oar and Improvement ti.. iboul laooo down and th> rmilk. a Fermlce Kite.... Cabinet! Copper PlumbingCentre Total I .1968
Southslde RN923COUNTRY Brae and drap.i 3 bKlroc not. It li ....,t cod .. OOKRTIir/CTTON, 9 B1toOM. Heel end Alr-CendlHonlnf'
and S bathos euula.d doubl. ... >... the k., to HMM OVER MOO IIQ IT. \JtID"R :
no down payments run Irriiaiod rend, ahrrrplrrro'd .. floor CARPORT AN I
LOTSBoth la low SO.. RO-1M3 613 Lakehurst Jllb ROOM. *

. FHA os Iowa. $450 down Rvtlrlne In .....I..dt Thee *airionlr "WI lHVrrl OONPARUION" i The TREND HOUSE 9f950 ON. YOUR LOT
No closing costa to purchaser South & North of city Space .. will winO to lot u>ii.
harmlnt houw lasted |uiround >
-Some have large CITRUS .. from tho Wai.mn I
Borne -
3 and 4 bedrooms 2 botttt, separate dining end TREES-others have OAKS and Style Cl nlo. S ale bedrooms willnnnMlUie Joe P. Bridges : 2 .i.dcl.;: ';' 1 Bath : V>nlty Sal) living one 10J1SHwiM
PercK
bath U>r.. Theni j I G. AeelleiicesFerrule Screened
, Florida Room., completely londtcapcd yordi, pro. Jk PINES-Sites range from firrouonb modern ondlr. 'Room. Nlrioter l ...10 kllchonirt. I Kitchen Ceblnefi Glass Wan t. Penh .... 220
feuionally decorated Interior, tpaclout; lots with 4 acre to 4 ACRES in sue liner f.r.nt of 4 from bedrooms the .nd.orm.. .. norlda.. Room. "' .r. ll I. 1128 S. Florida Ave i : Terrene* Flea: : Centre Ned end Air Carport "
A rompl> .. ..., and MparohMil
continuous sldewalki, large kirchent" with built-in Prices average 11.500 ..th. In ono wine of till hoalUl ... p.rala tr room with ooncrela a hone\ Days6866125 Marble Window Sill lamlered Celllnts Seven porch III

ranges, monthly payments lower than rent VA. I Waterfront sites 12,500 to end work formal.r.and.. In Informal."ether IIVln...In., .Ph. hones. Sprinkler li oompl.tolr irium III lurilihod thi.. lights: 686.1361 686-220 5' Awning Window w Caapai flumblnf. ___

FHA-One year warranty-No city toxe.-LMLA $3500 with LOW down nteiral H-poralod pilloi from and each a wldo ether hiway b,. lid,. eonrr..o Seine and .Id.. NO MONEY DOWN ON YOUR LOT Total .?....14$9FURNISHED
talk Th BUD itop set > dooriwar
payments Efficient central h..Un. auk 11,000, club burma .
OCCUPANCY ON MODELS ..
IMMEDIATE I 'ind aool n*, Mode.Ur priced wloIUroumU .. mind bo arraaiiod Cat
terms. IJIUOI.H MODELS
Move Into one of Lakeland finer homes ond it la Ma BO-1040 ? LON

best buys and stop those rental payment SCOTT KELLYRealtor Lake Dixieland Area DISPLAY MOMfS ..

CONVENIENT CLEVELAND MIGHTS MANOR LMLA Hunter tf ton cloio ara lo looklne.hopplna for achoolid a ..101homo BY OWNER Sunday 1.6, Weekdays 1.i, Cloyed W,.. !j
213 S. Tennessee Ave. Bui I II.... rid. br 1424 aouu
Illot| eeir *f Boll court elf Idteweed Drive) MU 2-J195 100 hlllildo lot with sunset UIview .. .inan. 'rho .n.r. hum eior.l. \+ i toI
aualltr built homo I Iarl .., -lb.. houee.. b ,esuL lid the, I AT 3240 POLK AVE. '
... -
Torre I 9d
with llr.pli .or .11I.I. Low Down Payment 8. tIe k.
llvln room
SCOTT KELLY REALTORMU Bob Shore MU 2.5027 Cod companion ewe O..od, enma, I B.III, ell h... Dlnibl LAKELAND, FLORIDA -4
Lawhon MU 6-6575 unlit room Th.ro aro ailoui ..... loom, ne,10. 11oo.... &lor"lo I _
Jimmy bedroomi. ....01.10..' .10"l .torn la k tenon. A,O unit I. :
Paul St. Clair MU 8.3898 .. Hark rood I. l.noid, Beautifully Furnished By '
2-5195 't., S bath.. *ara and cup' Kroom .,., Three bedroom CB home'. Suthgt
I
II US work moo and S i* pl
Jim Blackwood MU 2-6718 (20000. fcL11481A IOUM tor lh. kldi lot 64IUJIB ',, paneled Florida room I1/ Mothers of Laktlond
RtmSINTATIVI AT SITI -tot. Call toda lo MI
S. MORROW >ath, fenced in back yard
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY. UILA MRS JKAM WILBANK Within two blocks of elementary I CENERAL G ELECTRIC -
Rnllo.
toe .. Ton... Pb. MU 5-us, Phuielt with,flIIII-tII03 school Exception,I '-

/alue i Hoot Pump and Air Conditioning Refrigerator Ranges

DICK BARNES Dishwasher Disposal Water Heaters

Nothing taros> re with TiH r>y'EiBLU Make our Roller LNLA 2317 CROSBY .....;..- "To Fit Your Personal Needs" -
,
oil I. Fiends ito-till

30th ANNIVERSARY i 1 __
CLASSIFIED_ DISPLAY CLAsalpllo DISPLAY
----
I YEARyour

Year of Progress


hNC Ifb Save or Invest regularly a'': FIRST SHOWING TODAY

lone of our two convenlt

offices. Dividends pal(I

I quarterly Insured .afeIJ,



NIMYMI r eryl, I I by FIRST FSLlC.I FEDERAL Royal Oaks EstatesDelightful


X11.. y, dI czw. SAVINGSAND




COMPLETELY FINISHED OF LAKELAND LOAN ASSN. Country Living In Lakeland Highlands

: 3owntownt Ormo..1 T.........,.

Snore Perk Cr.101 LaII. Drh''.

INSIDE AND OUT I al M.ado.brookCLAlal LARGE BEAUTIFULLY WOODED LOTS-HIGHLY RESTRICTED


HD DISPtAV, IMPROVED ROADS
CONCRETaT BLOCK

CONSTRUCTIONAll Custom built homes now under construction. Three and four bedrooms, two and


rbJjRENT three baths, central heating and air conditioning. Many other quality features.


Other homes to be built immediately.COME .


JheChanges gii: No Money '



Down.1Thousands IN"Central Florida's OUT TODAY


You Wan' Most Ultra Modem


Mobilehome TILL APRIL Pork"1st Ito 6 P.M.



tell us it's "the most house Plus REPRESENTATIVE ON PREMISES


for the In Florida." If you don't

money Free Towing! SEE AND CHOOSE YOUR LOT NOWPIUCES -

already own a lot, we con help you
Prem your proton AND TERMS WILL PLEASE YOU!

find one in almost any section of the location t. Beeiirlrul

lOCATED-Between Club House Road ( #540))

city or county! CIRCLEMMobile and Woodland Drive ( #540-A)

Lorry Meadows Watch For Signs on These Roads

Mgr.-Lok.land Division Home Ranch

I
IT'S ALL NEWI


Featuring P oC 1

'h City Wafer &

'*City Sewage a 5 m '" wYQ cHo ,,LV1

'* Underground L,P. Gas <<
w \
Underground Coaxial

Telephone :xt ; \ To HIGHLAND
.
110 II 220 Electric

..,.. Paved Streets (wide) : i CLUB MOUSE RD. (s4o)\& CITY

Extra Large Lots c(
n
1> Recreational Facilites t Wel.

*Championship ShuffleBoard >


Drive Out Teday T* V
(S40-A) WOODLAND OR\V E.i 540.A)
CIRCLE M

ROYAL OAKSESTATES

MOBILE HOME i

SEE THE MODELSIn
In Loksland 1501 Wilt Ariano St.

Tampa MEMORIAL BLVD. Open 7 Days 9.6 P.M. Thompson Realtor, MU 2.3891
Roy
,
4010 E. Hillsboro Ave.PHONI I Oppatit McDaxaldi, Sorry J. K. Swindell, Owner, MU 8-4091 1

626.111 PHONE MU 1-2400 No Pets- No Children, 5



; III



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1X-D LAKELAND LEDGE.
Sunday Feb. M, Del d 1M Mixed Drink




: =: \ lit .nM t Bill GeorgiaATLANTA PassesIn mDJ 'etrl Shp'lUr,8chJ,1 m ( ICD]



: : L ID

time since pre in-prohibit- For the days first IJ] F-A-S-T

t1t sale of mixed drinks Will be le-
LakelandersSon t gal In Georgia, unless Coy. FILM SERVICE

Carl Sanders has to act on the
PromotedClyde bill If he does he will vete I It.

The legislature, after days of
R. Rockwood, Ion of extended debate on the subject. a '
2 rFree
Mr*. Charles A. Rockwood of finally passed the mixed drink SALE PRICES GOOD SUNDAY t MONDAY POI

836 Osceola St., has been promoted proposal In the waning hoursof

to division general man- the 1964 session. It was approved Famous t Film Prints
ager of the Raytheon Co.'. In the house 109.33 and i In Foremost
semi I conductor the senate 31-14 without debate. e I -Plus-
; fdlvlslon at Sanders issued a statement Dixieland .

t MountallVIew.. minutes later indicating he probably Free Eastman Film
Calif. would let it become law ICE
i Before his under a constitutional Ya. FIN (.. .* BlctwM weteels I
provisionadopted
r pro. I,. ovary i.H of f1l.. .....'". fc odoof >
motion he in 1962 limiting the '
goyernor'a .
.
Mocfc rf willie HdoyfH
served as operations veto powers CREAM ... very 1.y.WLN .
manager of "1 do not Intend to sign any
.the division. bill legalizing the sale of mixed yeti pllII op your devalapd. e

HI aucceedeKenneth drinks and I intend to ask the Half 49'' oiled to "... IwnlotadtokokoRia ekes* you Him.N ood buy wo will*.M,ire; VM of loaf1 ooo 1[

I M. Lord attorney general for an opinion I Gallon ... nil! "... toNy f.Od. airy /.y
who has been concerning the constitutionality

named vice of this act. It the attorney gen / /
ROCKWOOD president commercial eral rules that such legislation COUPON
TWO YEAR BOAT HONEYMOON IS OVER-Key Scots nod kl. wife RMam.ty pass ... that i. unconstitutional then I will

Rockwood Joined RaytheonCo. 26-foef boat, ""TK Walr".," .ftar Hit co"pl.) ,r_ StI".,. Avifrali atfced Honolvlu. .o the most certainly enter my veto"

In 1963. Earlier he held important boot a. |our.a' ikreufK the Pacific that started .. Dw. 26, 1961. THa coupl i rrad1 thai Sanders said. GRIFFIN Shoe Polish

po t* at Texas Instruments w.n 1 rliif ..,.,. fkr. mentki .ft f huh ancrrUsa, lot Rotamary new admen h. d1idn know, "Jf such an opinion Is not _

Inc. As componentsgroup what >h. wai Icttinf fcartalf In fr and Mil! s.H ...k. ...ryti...* tk. iwalli art h...,. Scott who rendered then the measure by Famous Griffin. ABC

manager he was In kai !Wan perttl. ..I.... mot of kit llfo admen tint k. h.. had. ..... ., tiliiif for wkllo ond statute, without my signature or paste wax polish- IT C

charge of operating departments okay will toy In Hawaii for wkllo. mt .p. AP WiroBkoro) veto will become law after 30 Reg. If*
"
a-dlodes. rectifiers capacitorssmd lays.

resistors. The measure adopted appliesto atmss. a.Ith_pis Mini ..... */* >

A 1946 graduate of the U.S. Rocky Calls Lodge To Explain counties of more than 40,000 SAVE 25%
I Naval A cad e m y. Rockwood population.

served as an officer aboard destroyers The compromise bill requires [ COUPON SB uS ON ALL
Comments On Viet Ham 'Mess'WITH
in the Pacific and lat approval in a referendum in the
tol
er. taught at Annapolis prior counties to make sale of mixed PRESCRIPTIONSToday 1m

entering industry in 1954 ROCKEFELLER IN' r urday that his principal purpose, road. In search of votes drinks legal. This mandatory referendum q WILD BIRD SEED

He is married to the forme r NEW HAMPSHIRE (AP-Gov. Friday in calling Lodge in Saigon Rockefeller winding four was a concession to

Margaret Fish of Indianapolis,. Nelson A. Rockefeller of Netut' w South Viet Nam, had been days of Intensive campaigning up the drys. llf I Ih. tof .f h",... ..... OIl Every Day!
Ind. The Rockwoods have York moved In a transoceanic: to explain( that the comments
continued wild bid .04-A loroal* 29' gcked''. eta ft Carry Dltcelltlt
Palo to visit
daughters They live In stores shake
telephone call to Ambassador had been made in
answer to a hands and 41*. PIN sow ,.. Sl% o* rawlll .....
Alto Calif. Henry Cabot Lodge to dispel I specific question and had not greet practically ev {
any ill will Lodge might hold I been volunteered. ery voter he spotted. almlt I VIM oMipan thru .....t/14) today f:::1"n.

Pauls Joins {ainst him it was disclosed Lodge has said he does not The governor would' not say .....,.._ N NvIMe of tat M ItKe
t Saturday. plan to seek the Republican whether he expected Lodge to Mott NmMltlw Orlpe, 1

Realtor's Staff The development stirred speculation nomination for president But make any statement In connec-; COUPON

I I the Rockefeller cam supporters here have entered a tion with the New Hampshire WASH

I f' Edgar B, Paula of Route 6, paign forces were hoping thatodge slate of delegate. pledged to primary or on any phase of Republican YOUR HAIR 0

t Lakeland has Joined the sales I would take steps to dls him in the preferential primary. presidential politics. I THE NEWEASYWAY SWISH Detergent

I staff of T. R. Tucker Jr., Real courage New Hampshire real Rockefeller's campaign aides The governor said any such

1 tor dents from voting for him Inthll believe that Lodge will draw comment will have to come
Paula has been In the real estate ( state's presidential preference from Lodge personally lit Eta. please 1.9r1..f 29C t
that otherwise would
business in Lakeland for primary March 10. some votes 11..14 .........-.... s9e. '
to the and. conse'luently
go governor
and has been a resident -
eight of years this community for the Rockefeller a declared candidate that Rockefeller wouldbe PROGRAM EXPANDED alms. I wi' twurW 15,1. ....fete)

past 22 years He is a member In the primary linked the chief beneficiary from GAINESVILLE (AP) The General Electric
; of the Seventh Day Adventist Lodge on Thursday with what any action by Lodge to discourage University of Florida College of
/ Church the governor described as "a a vote for himself. Arts and Sciences said today Its NEW DIALCET FAUCET

; He will be working principally mess" In South Viet Nam The tangled behind the doctor of philosophy 'program A TABLE RADIO A

t, In the field of residential properties where Lodge is now serving a.U.S. scenes developments over the' was expanded to include a ma- W H. ALDERMAN WATERING PITCHER .
ambassador. Lodge candidacy came about as jor In French language and lit PLUMBING, INC, ._ OS luMUry etyllne. tana andtlfaod
and will be handling sales faaturful -mu.. .......... _.. _.
k\ of VA and FHA acquired homes Rockefeller told reporters In a Rockefeller moved through 10- erature effective for the 1964 ,Stair 9.50 oASY Mu e.YnlEebruarg Ne in..V fully.* ..e01W._,.......prre00INl..... So,.
sidewalk news conference Sat- degree cold and over mountain I 65 year

NEWS OF RECORD /.estlhfy dot Extra 99
scolBtwrodImtU
'to r 22

CIRCUIT..... Fo'COURT. wotorlBf Spoclall
A. M Ph".. w Wlllard V Rallam faker IB o* ,

and Chemical; 'Ivaneellne C Wlllli Corp .N Hailam.ale.Vlrclnla., civil, tlvli.Cerollm actiondamacei MCharTee f tatted 3'tt.tolof. .ooh*-fat>

(900000. fURNITURE SALES
CharlM! A. Keller VI, Jerry X.rmNhrrl firm Spoil dl
... / /
rl
.. r'U.-.:: Automobll 1n.
T_ etc. .. aaaboardl' AH
Llne Railroad. Co, ate.. civil. YL1.ndamu00

I Ann. Bell. Todd ... ......... Clarionuranr 69 It.r1.
Todd dlvorra.
IU Pay Diana Lewli, a miner. ro> ai
mova dliabllltlM o ainw.rwM
n'ltl ... A
C ral D emh1.rt n > S 9pt'(1 10' klhhltall.e
Y OrI. dl' .
PWet00 N."tlon.l M rl.Mtv AMne .to.. e.r.l
.. N.rvl, L. sterner H ./ ui. niottfOFMlfMUr -
.. .
*
rxlr.l Nutlond .Inflow AMH ate. : :
vi. D.nnl l a. OfftvlaM 1 H no. 'j. 1,1 E
... William *t urn morttw lor"

l*churl. Dean Malootnl. IAupporl GREATEST .,
iy Itinpy vt v
.. Ban... .hlld / a91e
W. BllolxUt:. .
rr ,, .hlld ""nYI Johnny k ,. w... ., YeIN
Errb.n. Natbnalant Of wink, EVENTOF
.. lu" ., fkr'hi'tS
N.vm plo. v Jamie 1* tort a
u>. ch.tl#l morl' HNMihbor fI .. tlt
>. Rba Gr00n. 00 Lute JnunJellend0

printOreensBoothe""Brown HebbHebb *000. THE YEAR
Win, Orace Nab Duka, Y
Raymond Menende* ale va _. DEBUTANTE HAIR DRYER .
r.Ond5waa.. ..n.momorl..n Ow.00 foroclMUrtRamual .! ,. : iDahl.
M! Itstcadiuui ruroor. ale.
torftllur, Judtment. heir dryor with I ,",tI.. (ontrol. oHfOCi
Wllll.m C btnn, ,t VI Jlmmlt, .
halo, tt .I). final judimanl tot e. lone konffoiit b.No.d S paalrioR, i .on i J

X.th.rln.Oarrard Plalntirr.: ?M, 901.rh.! .i C 95 l I dryor. ..".1. .. s1L9s.o .
,
Maria Bfinal .doe.Oil.final*.. n mrorn.. Rabon. luian dlvorc*. OUat 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE 69 "

Kmma Daniel w. Oscar Donut final .. y
Ix>ulTJHMionrei. Paul I. HI...... H- Sofa Bed and Matching Club Chair : r 5 ,: LAWN e
..' d...,. dlvorca.
Blltn Loul.. Woolra. Robert VarCalvln Nylon Covered Foam In Choke of Colors NO DOWN PAYMENT

non ZI..u.Wtook lunn... ''In.1. looiron.d.<.,......dlhirle.*, a Reg. $1 19.95 Spec. 1, Week Only 24 MOS. TO PAY SIMILAR TO ILLUS. ", ,: ,:}, LADIES' SHORTS

V.udln. 'II"" TT .. rvi. Ohvir ,
ll Trolimo / EDGER Lo.1et" _....b... J.0ka "' In 1
MWcl00 Ji.._DUrount drrrta Corp dlvarca. al...., tall : "' '" r &:'; .11 Now err/.. MWN, Sons.......

O rrrd, Jonn Iem. ate. ,4lNnlia1... Van i ,:,. 4Ak .. Comport QQt
tanl.r. Ine. rk? at (1 .k1r0.- 24" CAR STOOLS ._ S4IS9 w pDO" Malf m.oa 0' YT
rrei milfllni, till, ,dv's '_'In.. .om-t..M At 1.491!
Marr Iwo Adklnion n, Jim, Thorn Adklnton. CAR STOOLS ? SOON .dsnr o5,0W
Mar final Acorn. 'C:7'p. t wwdw ,......
> edIUj Drnnli v. Dannli 10" SWIVEL BARSTOOL 1 ,
feanette. final MarUnl decree. dlnom.to. vi. Clean 1 1 with back . '.19 .j 1.1
Aitl0 at .... final decree
::'o.u. I .
of I 24" SWIVEL CAR .

Folk roost.Counu.. rte..t., al TI final Henry' lurtim.nl.tar. C. Sulll.. STOOL with back . 0 '.19 + .,.. V."lu&\I\

.'. '.".".".Too'1"1 0 to Sari. a. CRIB MATTRESS . 195i I t I +v S -'" _
Vlrilnla Colllni vi Marmond i' ColUna '
7r final decree dlvorre. IRONING BOARD : cl. ; y
Cuiena final R decree Wlllli dlvorre vi lUba Nell WUIll with pod 0 1.41 39* Special

"COUNTY' ...1.{ ... l.ww COURT 9.12 LINOLEUM . 47J ? PEANUTS ESS. r.rchClill l
William Jlmei Mclnnla, 111. Eau Gal r wag.e.g. .
Ile 0000.00 J00ase: B.rohu6 10: Aduitobl| Ii'M-

Ee Wr... Ran Raven Dormin, 31 KHalnnnre METAL BED FRAMES 595... Men's ShortSleeveSPORT IJ]
and Bettr Jean Wood. 13. New Or- aril PEPTO-BISMOL 38
1..n.
Gerard Daraauie Velibewn1. Plant ILl..'. It
SHIRTS
car.and Plena Chumner Parrliti .McKenileDonildPranklfn 14. A
bur.d.lr.n.venNae4s. H."loo.. 1Wlnnr /. .,.. .... .Lori_ ..OoMewt_ _of onl..wn'0... ,. YnMLN. ....._
l Bookcos Bed 6 Drawer Double ALCOHOL 9'
Gm Wuchard. 11. .Winter B.. sliding panels 5 =.'"' !=. U 50/0.00.01. __ .._ .. .. to.
wt.n; Haven Jnn 5(0000( ...I.omer.1.. Dresser Bevel Edge Tilting Mirror 4 Drawer Chest 899 .
A Bargain 39
|
COUNTY CLA'''' COUNT
50,0. .1.W Choke of White, Champagne or Honey Walnut Finish At 1.781 I
oil Co, v., w. 1 i. Araot D 1*.PT. HEAVY DUTY 79e
aunhlnr. oil W i' Arent Was $129.95 . . 0 0 . Sale Price SIMILAR'TO ILLUS. CORD' 47* e
(M40S. EXTENSION Value
Bordner Bulldln Malerlali Inr .. b
DOt4n.r W A and ldThelma apurlaYtiro/71 90 r1 lewtlrj Depf. SpecIals

J. V, anA Maral. ....
N amlWil.9t .11. NomtButton WILLIAMS Reg.
.
.o.dn. ",. taTf-Awoy* aV
Robert P.UDavu anMd Rub D"l3.vVli. 3 Room 79e I.de.t ....-
ltd H..O, n Budoa Biker 1391 'II FreeMattress LECTRIC SHAVE 47
WN."w'n\an'Urr.Bp& ". Slut limit U '
; :: V
: Grouping
uttsanrdi&trK--. .K1 ew
: _
oen o4ls. lM Holt, 071iBouw ofPalnl 9-PC. LIVING ROOM A + / Advertised
Oaoria ". Hrbbard dba House< .f Quality enN.wh .1, Headquarters Hatkaallj AYf9"9"
OaoriaPafnla* M.V.. s&ar""dba, douse,7.11/I ,of 10-PC. BEDROOM SET vantod Idol to koao pod-. '+> : *
n Jamee Gibson. 030111. 5-PC. DINETTE dins .h..c.rtl ko.. d '
*..V*, Pinon.. Co. vi Deplbl. H. and r 4w FISHING TACKLE :to'
V.nl' Wllroi. (174 $389.95 dial for ooiior turnine r
A.'o Co"i. Camilla Tilt.nar Regular tiaavy wovan arripadtkklnfl. tOur

I D r, R, C; ,a M... 11arf Dun- Special Price Fnneh.ryi.I Pn .>-I'' ? ".It' ,
bail, kardan p r. T o N t .
t Crank Mr. Johon IIW DM .. Mr .n4 (." Full. #35 GARCIA SPINETTE OUTFIT e
n.tD
!
t H.wkmioa Dtn'ti.:1I'P.

Donalds Millo.. 134. Dolan DD6 vi. Mr. Iron 29995 2995NO TWIN ,.nt.". Oarela.-t. .00(aiKaMa.... fwW.m.Or aaeei faoa full_"..'le.,. COSTUME JEWELRY
""Davl; Btrphva' rmo.nt .1.fI. 'to w1,1 pot 1.50, ooln799::
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