Lakeland ledger
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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00073
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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jl By JUAN da OMS@N.&r lations for three weeks, has the main Issues are Internal. provides Cuba's great sourceof
TJorkCi: ",tf. brought out new signs that The problem Is to get work. export income.
HAVANA-fhere li no Indication what Castro wants above allat ers to work harder, to I Im* From all Indications, the
r; here that Fidel Castro this stage of the Cuban prove administration and tJF National Agrarian Reform Institute
v wants to quarrel at this time revolution Is a period of peace ordination of state enterprises, the Cuban Revolutionary .
with the United States over or at least mutual nonaggresslon to maintain "revolutionary Socialist ,Party, and the
ePt the Naval Base at Guantana- with the U.S. morale" in a period of rationing Cuban Workers Confederation
k mo. The main thrust of the Cuban and poor distribution of which are the prime movers
% On the contrary the Cuban revolution at this time is consumer goods for the harvest tasks, are having
t s t government seems inclined tot directed toward economic and The great challenge of the serious manpower mobilization .
restore the normal water sup political organization. Although moment is the "fourth pea problems. There Is a
ply to the base which was cutoff the problems of pro ple's sugar harvest" which Is great deal of military transport .
after four Cuban fishing duction have some International now In full swing. The harvest equipment committed to
$ r boats were seized off the Flor implications, such as the requires the mobilizationof hauling cane.
A ida coast for poaching.The commercial deals the Cubans more than 200,000 workers, Any serious incident requiring
interlocking problem of are now seeking In western Including 20,000 members of mobilization of the armed
[ the boats and the base which Europe and Japan to weakenthe the armed forces to cut haul,
4 k! has dominated U.S.-Cuban re U.S. economic blockade and mill the sugar cane that (Turn to Page 2, Column 4)

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,'. ,'! 1 (AP) The third ChargedNEW
.. : juror, a woman, was sworn In
today In Jack Ruby's murder
trial after defense legal maneuvers DELHf India (AP) _
delayed the hearing. Twenty-three Indian policemenare
The newest juror is Mrs. Mil- missing after a new out. "
Goes On Trial dred McCollum mother of six break of violence between Pakistan .

and a secretary for a building and India In the troubled
NICOLAS STURDZA, SO. left. Perls decorator end self-etylod demenUn prince, loom contractor. state of Kashmir.
paddy wages In LouMnno, witierlend, today to stand Mel.' Shirdio eccuted ef itoelinf $700- Under questioning she said The Indian Defense Ministry
I 000 'In iewelry from Mrs. M.rerle| Winifred, gird .f Opts toy, N Y., 01 the lay dying .r I.... she saw part of the televised A lodged a protest with U.N observers
I i'....411..1, eftor her dusk In UnMitnt In 141 end *f fraud and. "" .ry InveMnf' nearly $1$, scene In which Ruby killed Lee tea iyr.t charging that troops
\ C 4)00.) Stordia was a confident. ef the /4-,... .,.. Americen widow (AP Wirephera via radio from Harvey Oswald, Mrs. McCol- from the Pakistani sector of
I | Laetenne) lum described. her feelings Kashmir crossed the cease-fire
when President Kennedy was line dividing the Himalayan
killed in Dallas allegedly by state and attacked the Indian
Oswald In the words, "I would ? 4My ,patrol Friday. Indian officials
Bodies Of 2 Bank Robbery say a ,shock" were able to account for only

Will Ask Ruling\ one member of the patrol.

Defense lawyers prepared to The ambush occurred near
ask the Texas Supreme Court Keran, about 70 miles west of

Suspects Found In I Miami for a ruling that persons' who ,,, AktO. Srlnagar, Kashmir's summer
saw Ruby shoot Oswald on television capital, the ministry said. Pakistani
were witnesses andthusp [ .1 troops crossed the cease

, MIAMI, (AP)-The. fatal PhonIng !L;- satiun from Miami the, two had dozen. California .bank holdups disqualified for jury duty.. ., ae T'Mra.. '.;, ., ., : fire. ne.along the Krlshea Can-
of two youths and their reported !admitted guilt In ceHneclIbn; since November IStil. "L rtus A defense representative was M m+.M s.-'dJY A a < w.'l' ga RIVer and fired*on the patrol
link with bank robberie:s with bank robberies. Simon\ said formerly was an $850-a-month to fly to Austin the capital, to while other Pakistanis opened a
in California were investigate 1 they agreed to a suggestion to, field worker In the Nelson Rockefeller ask the court for a writ of barage from the opposite bank
today by metropolitan and fed- surrender to the FBI here. campaign in Florida. mandamus directing Diet Greek' Cypriots In Training Session the ministry said.
eral authorities. Metropolitan Homicide Detective The FBI here said Investigation Judge Joe B. Brown to follow Not SurprisedA
The two, sons of, well to' di o Wallace La Peters reported of the two youths' activities this reasoning A mandamus is GREEK CYPRIOT trainee' policemen aim rifles from a rocky hlllilde near Niceile ai
Indiana and Pennsylvania parents .. a note In Tepper's pocket said continued. It said they had only a directive from a high courtto they undergo en arms drill These recruit are rtcenf additions re the Cyprus police i force, spokesman for Prime Mlnistor -
were found dead Sunday ii n he was ashamed of himself and been under Investigation and no a lower court. hiring.! keen edded elnca the start af froth ...tlo..... ef strife between Creek and Turkish Cypriots Nehru's Congress party
their sports car after promising. expressed regret for something warrant had been issued for Mrs McCollum, called as Af( Wlrephofa vie ceble from Lo..do..1Negotiations) said Pakistan may have deliber
the Federal Bureau of )nvestiga- he had done. them. the 49th prospective juror, said ately staged the ambush to Impress
tion reported in Los Angeles, It) La Peters said he believed Celender was the son of she had the same reaction, Communist Chinese Pre.
surrender to authorities.The Tepper, of Scranton, Pa, shot Joseph Celender, vicepresidentof shock when she saw Oswald mier Chou En-lal, currently vis-
victims, University of MIami Celender, of Indianapolis, thenand Industrial Salvage Corp, In- shot. Assistant defense counsel Collapse ting Pakistan.
student Avie Celender a I shot himself. "That's the way It dianapolis. Surviving Tepperare Joe Tonahill!\ 'asked whether Indian officials expressed no
former student Arthur Tepper, looks now," he said. his parents, Alex Tepper,: his: made a "profound and surprise over a Joint communi
were shot In the chest. A .38 revolver Los Angeles police reported owner of a tire company in I lasting Impression on her; que by Chou and Pakistan's
was between them on thi! Tepper and Celender left California -, Scranton, and Mrs. Tepper. and she replied, "I would say Union Boycott Still Blocks resident Mohammed Ayub
front seat. The car was park I Dec. 11, the day after a Celender recently reenteredthe .0." Khan Sunday pledging Red Chi.
in suburban Key Biscayne. $27.813 robbery of the Bank of University of Miami after Could Vote Death na's support of Pakistan In the
Police sought to determine America branch In suburban having left In 1962 Tepper was Kashmir dispute
Whether It was murder or sul- Sherman' Oaks. I suspended in 1963 for disciplinary Mrs McCollum said she A government spokesman said
cide or both. They; added the two had been reasons. They belonged to could vote the death penalty Grain Shipments To RedsMIAMI nothing startling could have
but also, depending on the evidence I
In Los Angeles, William C S sought as suspected associates the same fraternity. emerged from a meeting of "the
Simon, FBI agent -in charge,. of Warner Edwin Loftus! Funeral arrangements await- she could vote for a government leaders whose com
said that in a telephone toner- charged with participation In a, ed word from their parents. suspended sentence BEACH (AP) -. The late President Kenned y; for U.S. ships. After he appliei mon denominator Is dislike of
law that witnesses
--."","''''' provides A union boycott blocking multi- said last fall that 50 per cen t t for a waiver of the SO per cen t India."
"' to a crime are Ineligible .
be in the and; million-dollar shipments of U.S or more of the wheat would tx i rule, he must wait another flvi Ayub, who has always pictured -
to jurors case
Tests In Oklahoma City Ruby's defense contends thai: wheat to Russia continued of toda;y carried to Russian in U.S. shipi s days to see if any U.S. ship operators himself as a strong friend
after the collapse negotia
or the West held three days of
his to those who I if available.
applies I offer their vessels
ions between labor leaders anc
in the old Pun-
Woman Says Sonic Booms watched the nationally televised Secretary of Labor W. Willar i I Later, the Maritime Admin,. A spokesman for Wirtz sale d: jab talks city with of Chou Rawalpindi 60 miles
scene of Ruby shooting ,.
: Wiru. istratlon Issued guidelines setting efforts to settle the boycott wll I west of the Kashmir frontier
ywald, accused assassin of Not one bushel of wheat wile I out the conditions ship operators continue but that no new meetings .. In the communique Ayubr
President Kennedy. > loaded In U.S. until I must meet to get the i are presently scheduled foi cooperation"with
ports promised "friendly
Judge Brown has held so far
Shrinking Her FurnitureOKLAHOMA federal officials guarantee a t: wheat business. Miami Beach or Washmgtor I his Communist neighbor to
that having watched the shooting -
on TV did not disqualify east half of all grain shipment I These guidelines dealt with I and prospects appeared dim foi. the north and said he would return -
i prospective jurors. The first to Soviet bloc countries will gin o I type of ship insurance and ottv. a quick settlement Chou's visit with a trip to'eking.
CITY (AP-An devices which measure the I A woman called to say thanksfor said they American vessels, said President -er technical aspects. The union leaders are In Ml,. _
two jurors accepted .
Oklahoma City woman says her stresses created by sonic boomson the booms. Since they started had seen TV reruns but did not Thomas W. Gleason of the, The 50 per cent rule neveiias ami Beach for the annual meet,. Although Pakistan has re
furniture is shrinking. the structures. she told the FAA, "My television -remember the scene In detail. Internatlon.I'Long.horemen'a I been applied to commodities ing of the AFL-CIO Executive ceived more than $3 billion in
Another person chides: "You "We've found that effects of reception is much better Clerk Union. bound for Russian satellite, Council, which appeared to bei
think you're driving us nuts the sonic booms. on them are no ." What she didn't realize Joe Tonahill Talks!\With, a defense attorney -I' Eight ships are tied up by the. countries. a i routine session until atormsignals ; (Turn to Page 2, Column 4)
with those booms? Well, we're greater than from a thunderclap -;was that the TV station to which talked by telephonewith boycott in Atlantic and Cut The guidelines state that a, were raised over the
gonna drive you crazy with -end a distant one at that," she referred had Just switchedover George Templin, clerk of Coast ports wheat dealer must advertise I wheat dispute.

calls." said J.K. Power, coordinator of to a bigger transmitting the Texas Supreme Court In Four Futile Days County Will
An average of 30 telephonecalls the FAA program. antenna closer to the city told'
frequently along these Austin, the that capital.he and other He defense Wirtz left for Washington aft- Dickinson's Total Tops Have SomethingTo
Templm er four futile days of talks, saying -
lines, has jammed a special
would leave Cheer AboutPolk
attorneys the union's demand raised
within minutes after
a faster.than-sound Air Force Ic't \\1 Dallas Judge today Joe B.by Brown private, hearingthe plane. urgent problems affecting U.S. Sen. Kelly Collects Countlans will have
balance of
Jet plane breaks the sound barrier foreign policy pay something to cheer about
Ruby trial, called a recess
ments and trade policy that come March 28. That's the
Sonic booms from F1M Jets (Turn to Page 2, Column 6)Page) could only be solved In highest day The Ledger will publish
split the center of Oklahoma level conferences in Washington $42,480 In WeekTALLAHASSEE the first of Its regular
City eight times a day for one Wirtz failed in a last-minute Saturday morning editions,
purpose: to determine public plea to union officials to lift the and it will be a whoppera
reaction to the sudden bursts. boycott until such conferences (AP) Sen.: sonville was third In contributions giant Decade For Decision
The tests began Feb. 3 and could be arranged. Scott Kelly of Lakeland reported and spending He said he Progress Edition.
apparently most of the affected President Johnson's personal $42,480 In'collections last week' collected $11.8hO last week for a The special edition will
750,000 Oklahoma City and surrounding appeals to labor leaders also total of $62.792 He said he spent contain stories and pic-
'I area residents seem to failed to budge the adamant for a total of $92,974 today and $27,238 so far lures from all of Polk, Its

be adjusting rapidly to the Joint Amusements ., 11Brld..e stand of the unions. second place behind former Sen. Rep. Fred Karl of Volusla communities and Its leaders .
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Aviation Agency and The longshoremen and other Fred O. Dickinson In contributions County reported collecting $4,549 the of
Federal citing progress
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Air Force project. maritime unions had the full so far In the governor' last week for a total of $41,684 the past decade and predictions .
"There's a definite decreaseIn Business Newt 7 backing of the AFL-CIO In resisting race. He said he spent 19365. of what lies in the
the number of telephone calls Comics .... ... 10.11 the Johnson administra Dickinson of West Palm Mayor Robert King High of 19 years ahead
we're getting now," an FAA Classified ... .. 12-13 tion's request to load the wheat Beach, reported SI 1,890 last,Miami reported contributions of The edition will be delivered
official said recently about the Crossword Puzzle 11 for Russia. I week for a total of 138026. i$833 last week for a total of to all regular subscribers
reaction on the scheduled 2( : "They are Just fighting for Dickinson making his second $14,405 He said he spent $54. to The Ledger.
.. ......
Dear Abby. .. .... 11
week test.Oklahoma. bread and butter for their people ,bid for governor, also led in total I Rep. Charles Holley of Pmel- Extra copies, In a colorful
City, home of the Deaths .........2 ," said AFL-CIO President 1 spending with 70020. 'las county a Republican reported mailing wrapper, may be
FAA's aeronautical center, is Editorials ................ 4 George Meany in backing the Kelly was second In the spending receiving $506 last week for a ordered from Ledger carriers .
the first heavily populated area Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 6 boycott. category with $48,128 total of 3400. He said he spent from news dealers

to become a testing laboratoryto How Booms Are Made Horoscope ................ 10 The unions argue that the Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville $1.068. and through the Ledger
determine If public operations wheat going to the Soviet Union also making his second H. B. Foster of Fort Myers, circulation office for 21
Radio TV ...... .
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might restrict or stop future is partially subsidized by tax race, was third In total contribu another Republican reported no cents each, or five for one
use of commercial jet car DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATES hew thunder-hie booms taos.dIy Sports ...................... 8.9 payers' funds and that the government ions with 75293. He said he contributions and no spending at dollar. Additional details
planes. luperaenic jet aircraft brooking, the Mend. berner Weather 7 should provide more collected $9.275 last week and and a handy order blank

go Four homes, all less than 10 Shock waves are creeled by the high leeed .. Hie Its as It ..cC".1. Women's .................... S jobs for American workers by spent a total of $7.762 since his all.The report of the third Republican are on Page I ef today's
years old, also are equipped by, the barrier., A. Ifce waves hit Mia earth they are ...i.t.. guaranteeing at least 50 per announcementSen. Ken Folks of Orlando, was LedgerrFORECAST
the FAA with highly sensitlvr loud "beams. AP Wi..,.... Drawins) cent shipment in U.S. vessels. John Mathews of Jack- not In.

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Johnson To Visit U Thant Reaches Crucial StageIn

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Yf t. m' .-." .' .' Over Cyprus
: ea SE. Negotiations
: tS( t, tO rp i I Florida Thursday .

ority The GreeK cypriot; ma.
UNITED NATIONS N.Y. key and Greece can Intervene
wants to end the minor-
I WASHINGTON (AP) Pres I I- long schedule of public appeaances. ... (AP) U.N. Secretary-Genera Independently In Cyprus to preserve jorlty constitutional rights of veto

dent Johnson has returned fromCalifornia U Thant reached a crucial stage constitutional arrangements ity'- of
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation over various types legis-
with a sunburn am i In California the President today In diplomatic talks on his between the Greek and I .

Station If. L. Chicago .. .. .. ... .. .. 30 1/1/ Mpls-St.! Paul ........ 12 I new test for kissing babies am, demonstrated an extraordinary plan to ease the crisis on tile Turkish Cypriots latlonDispatches from Cyprus
Key West ... .. .... .. 63 55 Cincinnati .. .. .. .. ..39 9 New Orleans ......... 53 31 meeting voters. He'll have I a penchant for I mixing With imolderlng Island of Cyprus The United States Britain I Mediterranean Wand (s

LAKELAND ....... .58 SIOcala Cleveland .... ... .. ..30 15 New York ........... 37 28 chance to renew the bum am I crowds, even when Ms Secret Thant brought British dele and Turkey interpret this as an I the Into a vast armed camp
Denver .............30 15 Omaha .............. 19 do some more people-greetln I Service bodyguards were uneasy -gate Sir Patrick Dean and Cypriot -authorization for military Intervention turning of

Orlando': ::::::::::::: 60 57 34 39 Des Detroit Molnes. .:::::::::: 24 35 13 4 Pittsburgh Philadelphia I ..::::::::: 29 33 23 II In Johnson Florida returned Thursday.to Washington I- stop In about Los the Angeles Idea. ,During he waded one Kyprlanou Foreign together Minister for the Spro first mentioned.and want the treaty, as some thousands women on young both sides men and re

PensacoU ............ 53 31 Fairbanks ...........39 31 St Louts ............. 38 17 by jet transport late Sunday I I- Into a milling throng that wa time at a W-mlnute Sunday conference ceive weapons training

Sarasota ...... ..... 59 36 Honolulu ............. 83 11 San Francisco ....... 70 47 i night after spending threedays so eager to get at him that one In his office. He expressed -: Treaty Mention Opposed The Greek Cypriots said they

Tallahassee ..... ... 51 24 Indianapolis ....... ..34 7 Seattle ............... 52 38 In Los Angeles and Palm woman broke her leg In the belief "the picture will Greece and the Cypriot government were preparing to repel threat.

W Palm Beach ..... 65 43 Juneau .............. 44 ::11 Washington .......... 38 27'' Springs. His Florida foray wi I crush. be clearer" today. which Is In the handsof I ened Invasion from Turkey, 40

Kansas City ......... 38 20 take him to Jacksonville, Pala::- Although Johnson has alwayihared Difficult Stage Reached the Greek Cypriot majority, miles off the Island's north

Atlanta ... ........,.. 45 27 Los Angeles ......... 72 fiO BAROMETER ka and Miami for a heavy day:, the oppose any mention of the coast

Boston ... ............ 35 24 Memphis ........... 51 28 7 am 30.21. shaking politician' h.nd. One U.N. diplomat said Thant treaty. They fear It will be usedto Turkish Cypriots said they
proclivities be-
Charleston ........... 47 38 Milwaukee ......... .. 28 3 I p.m. Sunday 3016.: Castro Said fore did he go at it with never such had' reached a "difficult stage Justify a Turkish Invasion to, were getting ready to repel a I\
enthusiasm. lit his effort to get agreement protect the Turkish Cypriot min Greek attack.
on an International peace force

Not Anxious Fence No DrawbackAt for Cyprus buttoned up before

Los Angeles International the Security Council resume Driving Car Worries

For Quarrel Airport, after saying farewell to debate Tuesday on the crisis,

Mexican President Adolfo Lopez, Thant's efforts were reported Pilot Who Survived Fall

Mateos, Johnson was so anxiousto snagged by dispute over

forces and the militia and diversion personally greet onlookers whether any Cyprus resolu OAKLAND, Calif. (AP-Lt. air, skidded along the snow and
\ of transport at this that he was undeterred by the tlon submitted to the 11-natlo worried.slammed Into a pine tree did he
stage of the sugar harvest, fact that they were kept behinda council should mention the I960 Edward A. Dickson I. realize something had gone
could be a crippling blow for wire fence seven feet high. treaty of guarantee that accompanied "While I'm waiting this out,
the Island' grant of Independence I may have to do a bit of driv' wrong
Climbing over a rope barrier, from Britain. lug You know, I really dread "AI I turned" he said, "I

Johnson made a beeline for the driving a car Jt'. damn dan- noticed the parachute was still
Fwtf,Pat Ont treaty says Britain Tur-
Fenced in
spectators and began (erous." strapped to my back, still In It
touching fingers through the
Dickaon, a Navy pilot from pack
hopes of reaching a sugar pro wire mesh. When some mem Wyoming Pa.. I. In Oak Knoll "I thought, 'The damn thin;
hers of the crowd stretched '
duction this year of 38 million Naval Hospital In Oakland redidn't open.
their! hands
: over the of the
tons or the same outputas cuperatlng from a broken right "Who knows what a 'chute is
fence the President
last year. grab them reached to Seated In leg-the only major Injury he supposed to feel like? to me
even though
The sugar harvest, now as suffered .fter falling 1,000 feet this was the normal reaction'from
strands of barbed
...-=; _*....-. before the revolution, Is the fence presented a wire hazard.atop the his disabled A4 Skyhawk I'd never bailed out before."
_ most Important economic fact Ruby'Tria I IIn jet with a parachute t h a t Rescuers found him wrapped
--- --- of Cuban life, and this year- Getting off the plane In Palm wouldn't open. in the recalcitrant parachute

-...- ---, with sugar prices at record Springs a half hour later Johnson the trial shortly after It opened The plunge last Thursday, at for warmth.an .

,_ ... e # ; postwar levels-the harvest is found the waiting crowd today. He and attorney estimated 120 miles per Has he had enough of ny.
of even more importance for more numerous and the fence
for both sides conferred in hour ended In a deep Inow- lug?
4- 1S1 '. the trade hopes of the Cuban lower Although It was after Brown's "Can't walt to back In
chambers. let a
... .. {:(j drift Only when the 26-yesr.
-- -- i. 4 government dark by this time, he "
Chief defense counsel Melvin ,old filer bounced 50 feet In the cockpit.
These economic considerations about IS minutes moving the ,
Belli came out of the judge'hambers .
Sklti' w.r. t. k* cl.., today, cbvdlnf TiiMdcy. Timp.ro uri will r.n|. from Hi. SOl Hl militate against any inclination length of this barrier while Air

Hit 70i In rti. lourti, and from 10 t. 50 In th* mrtli. A cold front cdglne Multiword from that the Cuban authorities Force sergeant tried wlthou 1 '" .

th mldwitt throatoni wet wcothor through Sk!. oltowhor char and cold.Wcoticrcost might have to harass success to move big floodlights I IMRS.
chilly Friday. i are !
.. the U.S. base on Cuba's south In cs..rl. ." .,5.police n*.>V 1..From 'Qn, ; 2bituartt!: *
.I. ".."...,.Ioa'al....... east coast. Castro has said I ; -could watch ih':, 'crowd.' :' <

clearly that "at the
right mo
Halts Limousine and talked with I
ment" Cuba will seek International MARY ELIZUS She ls survived by three
He said
ewsmen. "The
action to recover the By this time, Johnson had pun t ques: Mrs Elizus 67. of 725 daughters Mrs Thelma Palmer
tion Is I Mary
will be quite simple: can a witess
Lakeland's weather
base leased in perpetuity to I a full day of public appearances be E. Peachtree St., died yesterday and Mrs. Edna Hlckson both of
sunny and warmer today weathermen the U.S. by a treaty of 1903. and business session; a juror in Lakeland General Hospital. -Bartow, and Mrs. Lucille Whit-
He said
said with Increasing But this Is evidently not "the with Lopez Mateos, his guest,. that technically, I If r
four Owen L.
the Texas She was a native of Pennsylvania ten, Tampa; sons,
cloudy skies tonight and mostly tonlgh'\ \ "' moment." for two days of talks. However,, Supreme Court upholds and here 10 and Arthur DeLoach, both of
came years
cloudy skies, with a chance of the defense argument, he I
A Johnson halted his limousine on
-Mostly cloudy "ClvUUed" Relations could Bartow, T L. DeLoach, Wau-
rain, tomorrow. Tuesday with occasional rain the drive from the Palm Spring: subpoena as witnesses ago.She survived her husband chula, and J. C. DeLoach Jacksonville -
Easterly winds will blow at Ito Tuesday. Continued rather cold. J Castro makes a point thesedays Airport to his borrowed hillside, anyone who saw the television I Is by sixteen grandchildren
10 miles hour be of desire scenes of the shooting. John Elizus; five daughters ;
an Low tonight 38 to 46. Cuba' to maintain home when he spotted about 50 I and 23 great-grandchildren.
and Miss
coming light and variable to B C D Clear to a "civilized" relations with people gathered at Intersec. Eyes New Site Miss Mary Elizus
partly ; an will be
Services tomorrow at
night and southerly at 8 to 15 the U.S. In such matters as the Ion. He said that the legal maneuver Helen Elison, New York City,
cloudy and warmer tonight. Low \ Getting out of the car, he 2 o'clock at the First Baptist
miles an hour tomorrow return of boats and Is connected with his petition Mrs. Madeline Faith Point '
tonight In the 40s. Tuesday considerable privateslants wal swallowed up by darknessand Church with the Rev. J. Harvey 1-
for Pleasant, N.J., Mrs. Margaret
The maximum temperaturehere that have come here transferring the trial
cloudiness with chance the delighted gathering.
yesterday was 58 degrees of rain. from the U.S. including a This time he added baby-kiss way from Dallas "I'm sure Stefan New York City and Mrs. Saunders, pastor, OffIClatinl'J
will be
Burial in
and the minimum this morning E, F, G Clear to partly shrimp boat and two planesin Ing to his repertoire. we could find people wholadn't Betty Resnak, Oscoda, Mich.; : Whidden 1Is I II.
was 39 degrees. cloudy and warmer tonight. Low the past two weeks. seen this on television if one son, John Elison, Wilmington -etery. "

tonight: 46 to 54. Variable most. J. \ This Cuban posture seems we could try the case In some Del., and nine grandchil In charge of arrangements.

8-DAY FORECAST Jy northeast to east winds 5 to to have two objectives. One iso other city," Belli said. He added dren.

Temperatures through Satur. 15 miles per hour becoming : eliminate the pretext for a Mount Dora : Service arrangements will be MRS. MAE LEWIS

day will average three to six southeasterly Tuesday.H. build-up of tension that could This Is wearing Ruby down announced by Gentry.Morrison AUBURNDALE Mrs. Mae

degrees below normal. It will I-Clear to partly cloudy produce greater friction with Co-Op ManagerWill ud wearing all of us down." Funeral Home. Leah Lewis, 66, of 520 Poinsettia -
be a little warmer during the and warmer tonight. Low tonight the: U.S. in an election year. Belli said that if the writ of Road, Auburndale. died last

beginning of the period, turning In the 50sJ The other Is to obtain reciprocity mandamus is granted, "We MRS. DAISY BISHOP DOAN night at her residence. She was

cooler Wednesday. Daily temperature -Partly cloudy and warmer from the U.S., particularly Retire I might even take, as jurors, Mrs. Daisy Bishop Doan 80, ,a native of Klssimmee and

ranges Include Tallahassee tonight and Tuesday. Low to.l K-Partly cloudy and warm- with respect to the new some people who had seen the of 823 E. Oak St. died yesterday -moved to Auburndale one year

68 to 46, Tampa 74 to night 65 on the beach to 55 In-,er through Tuesday. Low tonight state fishing fleet operating MOUNT DORA-The Mount scene on television. It would at a Bartow hospital. She ago from Tampa. She was a
33 and Miami 78 to 60 A half in the Gulf of Mexico where depend the of Juror." '
land. I 60 to 65. Dora Growers Cooperative announced on type 'was a native of Mt. Orab Ohio, member of the Baptist ChurcYv
Inch of rain Is expected In the Cuba wants to exercise'.ctive Saturday that It had Belli said that It is possible moving Lakeland from there She Is survived by one brother
south and about fishing In internationalwaters that the Court
extreme an rights Texas Supreme
accepted "with regret" the retirement 10 years ago. She was a memo Roscoe Tyner, Rockwood
Inch In the north. It will rain without provoking con of its veteran general might rule today. Otherwise, he her
of the Westside
Pastor Denies Livestock Church of City, Mich.; two half-brothers,
Tuesday and Wednesday and flict with the U.S. manager, G. B. (Crip) Hurlburt, said, he understood that the God. Gettys Tyner, Kissimmee, and

again about Friday for reasons of ill health. tate Supreme Court has its She survived by four daugh--Mr. Howard Tanner. Orlando.

Church Backing Sales Show Hurlburt, active In Florida citrus oral hearings on such petitionson ers, Mrs Emmett Damford of Kersey Funeral Home of Au

23 Missing Industry circles for the past Wednesdays.Belli Mt. Orab, Mrs. Harold Leppich burndale will announce funeral
Two Eloise Men RevivalThe 45 years, has been connected declined to show news- ,of Hodge La., Mrs. Orville arrangements.
County IncreaseWINTER with the Mount Dora fresh fruit men the four legal documents Moyer of Germantown, Ohio,

Rev. Fr. Vance Michael AfterAmbush shipping firm since 1934 Widely Involved In the petition for aIwrlt. a 1 nd Mrs Homer Moyer of Mid-
On ChargeOf iurley.. pastor of Holy Trinity HAVEN-A total of known throughout Florida' citrus He said he could not do I dletown, Ohio; a brother John AUBURNDALE The Rev.

Orthodox Church, said this 5,053 cattle and calves, 3,167 In Kashmir producing belt, Hurlburt has 'this until Judge Brown make Shaw of Cincinnati; a sister, Frank E. Andrews,-68, of Rt I,

RobberyBARTOWTwo morning his church is not sup hogs and pigs, 1 horse, 21 goats, been one of the Industry's recognized -I'a ruling. Mrs. Art Foltz. also of Cincinnati -Auburndale, died yesterday
porting the Crusade for Christ and 4 sheep were sold at 10 leaders for the past two Action ForecastToday's I ; and nine grandchildren.
Bartow hospital
economic and military assist morning at a
decades. forecast
which begins this at Florida Livestock Auction Mar- was Funeral services will be heldin
Eloise men, evening ance from the United States the after a short illness. He was a
I Vernon L. Conner last week by Tonahill. He further -
Auditorium. kets the week president Mt. Orab Friends
Kayhall during past according may call
who reportedly robbed a Win. communique contained native of Laverne, Ala., and
Advertisements for the Cru- to W. O. Whittle, chiefof Implicit I of the Mount Dora Growers Co- said the defense might.at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral
ter Haven resident of $19, are sade, which features RevivalistSam Florida State Farmers' Mar operative, made the official an- carry Its contention to the Unit- Home from 7 until 9 o'clock to- moved to Auburndale In 1938
being held In the Polk County from New York. He was a vet
nouncement Court.
Todd lists the Eastern Or. kets. Hurlburt's retire- ed States Supreme I night.
jail In lieu of $5,000 bonds on l'r ment. He said the The two picked so far. eran of World War I and a retired -
thodox Church as pledging 100 Gross receipts amounted to lft: $tlJ move was jurors
a charge of strong-armed rob made with "considerable and Allan McCoy minister of the Assembly
Max E Causey
per cent support of the cam- $346,79106 from 13 markets. re- OSCAR JOHNSON of God
bery.Sheritti. Sales reported for the week ret" In view of Hurlburt' longtime both said they saw the
paign. Oscar Johnson, 67, a residentof He Is survived by his widow,
arrested wipes at for
deputies Washington the
"This Is not true," said Father ending Feb. 14 at 15 markets with the firm. shooting on television. They
Thomas Lee Criswell 22, and Hurley. "They haven't Included 4,841 cattle and calves, $60 million in U.S. military aid Conner said that Hurlburt are the only two persons sworn I the Carpenters Home, diedat Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews: one
even contacted -
Jim Lee Crotts after to India the 1962 Chinese I the home :yesterday after. daughter, Mrs. Betty Sutton,
me." and 2,270 hogs and pigs. following would retain his connection with in as Jurors out of 48 examined.
Charles Ladd reported the two border attacks. the firm I noon. was a native of France; two sons, George Andrews
Father Hurley said members Individual market summaries on a consultant basis, Today's conference between i Sweden and
men beat him and robbed him Included. Seen and would be available to both the and lawyers started came to Lakelandwo Auburndale, and Lt. Col.
o' the Eastern Orthodox Churchare As Threat judge 1 years ago from Chicago Melvin
Saturday night. Arcadia State Livestock Market the management and the boardto the second week of Ruby'strial Andrews, USF
forbidden to take In I He '
part member
was a of the
Pakistan .u- Calif Naomi
Ladd told officers the two regards India as Its assure smooth ; one sister Mrs.
the 231 cattle and calves transition and marked by bitter in-fight-
evangelistic campaign, according I theran Church.
followed him from a bar In to Instructions Glades Livestock Auction Mar- 'chief threat, with the Kashmir efficient operation. ing between prosecution and Thower Hattlesburg, Miss and
he He Is
received survived by
a nephew,
Eloise. from Bishop Gregory or ket (Belle Glade), 152 cattle and I dispute as the principal Issue Conner said that Hurlburt's ,defense over assembling a jury I Ito Harold Johnson, of Downers seven grandchildren.
between of Au-
them, and fears India Kersey Funeral Home
calves. position will be
New York City. by S. decide his fate. 4 Grove, 111.Funeral.
Interstate Livestock Auction will use the U.S. military aid Carey Colley of Tavares anoth- burndale will announce funeral

Market, (Seffner), 592 cattle against Pakistan. er well known citrus executiveIn arrangements will be arrangements.
MRS. KENNEDY HOME and calves. With the communique, Pakistan Central Florida. announced later by the Thoru-
At G.A.C. Colley has South CentralI
1 ton Memorial
( ) Mrs. Cattlemen's Livestock Auction served notice on Washingtonit already assumed direction of all GERALD D. TAPLEY

John F, Kennedy Is back I In Market, (Lakeland), 365 cattle will follow a more Independent -activities at the Mount Dora I Change Flight HAINES CITY Gerald D.

Speed AndConvenience Washington after spending the and calves. foreign policy and edge plant ERNEST LAWRENCE ([Jack) Tapley, 41, a resident of ...
weekend at a Georgia planta Mid-Florida Livestock Marke' I closer to Red China. Schedules Here WINTER HAVEN-Ernest E. Castleberry, Fla. died of injuries

tion. Mrs. Kennedy was the (Orlando), 176 cattle and calves; Chou repaid Ayub with support I Lawrence, 43, of 105 3rd St.,, received in an auto accident

guest; of Mr and Mrs. John 35 hogs and pigs. ] for a plebiscite In Kashmir Frost CausesNo South Central Airlines will continue Eloise, died yesterday morning I in Orlando Saturday. He
Hay Whitney at their Green- Cattlemen's Livestock Auction I the chief Pakistani demand at his residence. He was a native was a native of Nashville, Ga.

wood plantation. Market (Tampa), 482 cattle and I since the dispute erupted In 1947 DamageTo month to serve, although Lakeland there arterthl. will of Cumberland Ky. and I and had lived In Castleberry for
Go HandIn calves. with massive bloodshed. Mos- came to the Winter Haven area four years. He moved there

I Hardee County Livestock Auc em Pakistan assumes that Citrus CropScattered be no station airline.The agent. on duty henfor m one month ago from Lakeland. from Haines City. He was a

I tion Market (Wauchula), 204 I ashmlr's predominantly Moslem the made He was a veteran of World War member of the Baptist Church

Hand ,cattle and calves. populace would vote to frost announcement was If. and was an employe of the
was reportedIn officials of the firm
by lie
I break away from Hindu India Inland Florida today Is survived by his parents, Seminole Park raceway.He .
areas will I
who said that
passengers Mr. and
Pakistani s.ldAyub Mrs. Nick Lawrence Is survived by his mother
Booby Traps agreed newspapers to support RedhJna's overnight but the Federal-State be able to purchase tickets from I Palm Harbor; two sons, Nicky and father Mr. and Mrs. S.
Crop Reporting service said
--- travel bureaus and Jimmy, of Lexington, Ky. Tapley, four brothers
bid for a seat In the ; Davenport;
: Wound United Nations in return forhou's there was no citrus* damage. Planes of the airline will land I II lone daughter, Nancy, Lexing Thomas and Austin, both
Captains The service silc there was at Lakeland only when there are I ton; two brothers
Carl. of and
Lexing; Ft. Lauderdale Ellis
. .: b a c kin g on Kashmir additional ,
damage to here board the
early passengers I ton and Robert Louisville Carl both three
Ayub told newsmen earlier that Ky.; of Mims, Fla.;
I plantings of tender vegetablesand planes or those on board to deplane -three sisters, Mrs
SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) the United Nations was not representative Margaret sisters Mrs. Mary Jo Marshall,
: When you call on : Two U.S. Army captains were of mankind as longs some damage to strawber. at Lakeland. Bunion Lexington, Mrs. Grace Castleberry, Mrs. Jeanette

: usformoneyevsthIng ABOUT DOCTOR'S slightly wounded by booby traps Red China remained outsides rica In the northern and central A new schedule of nights Is I Carruba. Clearwater, and Mrs. Faulkner, and Mrs. Nancy
in districts. being drawn and will be announced Betty Mills of Palm Harbor Adams, both of WashingtonState.
: Is handled on I Sunday an operation In plan s doors.
INSTRUCTIONSDoes tation country 30 miles north of I Moderate to severe damage when It Is completed,1 Mitchell Funeral Home will .
: an Incredibly slmols Saigon. occurred to tender vegetablesand the officials said. announce funeral arrangements. Funeral services will be heldat

: basis. Even more I U.S. authorities said the two POULTRY & EGGSTAMPA some leaf burn to hardy It was feared earlier that the 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon

: Important,you get a your prescriptionlook 'men were wounded by mine'ragments truck. Young cane, especially airline would discontinue servIce MRS. ODA DE LOACH at the Dave Lane Funeral

: tailor-made loan-one like strange symbols I and a spiked foot .r., otirrtBl(AP>-Kf.llhI mar'aDd".vrlct lii..per t.rol.U. was damaged by the frost. to Lakeland altogether because BARTOW Mrs Oda P. Do.Loach Home: with the Rev. Clifford

trap. do&i'rt .... Damage along the lower east of the few passengers 89, of 595 East Parker Olgore, pastor of the Haines
: specifically designed to suit scribbled on a piece of I The mine killed Vietnamese A tWxiM CarMn in coast was termed insignificant from Lakeland making use ofthe St., died In the Bartow Memorial City Church of God, officiating.
: most exacting : I U.. 1101 4)S-46n M 44i service. Hospital Saturday night. She Burial Hill
your I ? Not to soldier. < r, 94 o> :4141m:: paper our pharmacist "Mnllum ilf,' .375b'anme.. .3V tt native of Amerlcus, Ga. and Cemetery. _
requirements. .
Sm.ll lloi 343 CATTLE
: moi J AUCTIONS -
I He'll understand he: .. of nraptlonal ouUlt, MBUIlthiir moved to Tifton, Ga. In her
MONTHLY ,In.H.>m> lorilltlMwtiol Farmer Trapped youth. She moved to Bartow In
:. .. . .. . . .. and follow doctor's / It I Urim i l :prlrM H.ni,on hrtvr.poultry MM StekdOs JACKHONVILL (AM SUadT to 1923. She was a member of J
: A. : the
your eO ens.! rtporud: iuiu, 4 lb : hl.he. trmdf mirkMl 50415.5,5 ui&HlC' Dukes Steen
PESTCOHTROi; dO Mini t.,... 4-41, MM. M: him, ur .. .,k... INk In Pond 8 Hours First Baptist Church, Bartow
"k &
LOANS UP TO $600 direction! 4 .., oo*', ,pe.. Of, oUi. -."..
every ,. 7 was the
'Nk. widow
"C Ire rtporttd' D.u 10 of the late:
11 .MIDI pilot | cut :t..rl' lauvhtor Cta *t
G.A.C.FINANCE SERVIC"ontt 23. ft.? flood .100-1,100 5700.kapa. IM 191Stiw ST1CKNEY. England (AP) Edmond T. DeLoach, who died j Funeral Home
CITRUS SHIPMENTWIwr.1I iliC.r., Good 100.1100 .... 11 so- Tom Wilson, 76, a farmer r.nhi. In 1936. !
TUCKER'SDRUG 31 o.ty! I'r: 14 leso-espe.00.1 00.: s car Into the village pond and

rats 'Jsdv.rfish;\ nAves A-"te Cltr. u j'44.vJ; 1510-1- '\10 1010-1410. spent eight hours up to his neck ::THORNTON I 310 S. Florida

STORE I can 1"IIea be.." 1ee.s.. 10 .... ropers iD Itindird vr.i,.'15&0-23na 0. In icy water before he was re.cued. II IIORIAL
CONPOMATION "O0-3009- ''' '
Orkinroaches Otr Ornn Ti.... IIOO-JIIO. ttoM I
126 West Main StreetUtilise. 321 N. MOil Ave. sell, .."..".". 1900 iH 9 SIC 447 BtMrai Good Ppedpe 1UO-IOO eiwm IM "dard'i Wilson said he couldn't move ....U... No.A.. ... I IIJI4V Phone MU 2-3123
true .... T>. 331177 mtdium la 00-19 ooHMl ,
!!! J.a.IS
Flirldi _L r> Oood 490-700 Ibi the car door. and had to waituntil ''i

TiliphiM 611-1193 Ph. MU 2.3173 ,. ha. ask. .6 y.s.r ham. u. .,':rl'-i.' ..... M9II,071 111 49141 111 575 260 -itdlum Cow. 1530-1850 Lr.ltom 14 MXI7 106.I.M nOO-looo'l dawn before help came I ii ambulance service
T.rpl.5.11 27311 Irks '.'IS. ImlxMll: Oood along. ..... I
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BACHELORS BEWARE :Monday, Feb. 24. 1N4<< S
r Mexican Tax Cut Bill To Be Sent ([IIAKELAND LEDGER.

I Girls Take Over Illinois Let's Play Bridge I, President's To LBJ Before Senate Steinway

Town For Leap Year Day uiMiiiMi By ALAN TRUSCOTT -. Wife SpeakerWINTER Takes Up Civil RightsWASHINGTON Chickcring

OTTAWA. III. (AP-For .. the fire _______ _______ n I''
re department or the river
(dents of Ottawa the next and unit About once In 200 deal a NORTH (D) PARK (AP) The (AP) Congress .,slderatlon of some relatively Wurlitzer
rescue that paroles the 111! or
wackiest boliday Mt year I. player receives a cult containing AAQ11$75 wife of the president of Mexico plans to send to President minor measures and a bill dealing

Leap Year day when a man noli River more than seven cards and VS 2 and Thomas C. Mann, Assistant Johnson the $11.S.billion tax cut with the length and frequency i' Pianos
may be )jailed for being unmarled. Dorothy Bender who was his hand can then be regardedas .Iat of bill this week before the opening of broadcast commercials. *
four Secretary State for Inter- round of the Senate' civil Hammond
lt,9 mayor years ago said the a "freak." Textbook advice + 41 American Affairs and former battle under I The Senate also has on Its
Saturday Feb. 29, and money will come from the men does not help In such cases because -' WEST EAST U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, are rights gets way leader docket a House.passed $18,9 billion -, OrgansSales
even the victims the bachelors -or else, i 112 .t Senate Democratic defense authorization bill ,
principal speakers In Rol-
-are excited. the tactics must be varied VJ87I VAKQIMSQ7S2 MIke Mansfield of Montana Intercepted
Contributions are collected In to the and Ins College's annual Founders the House. 11- Headlining Senate committee sad Service
The single ladles will takeover according situation Kill convocation. passed activity will be resumption
court from who Day
open men
this northern Illinois cityof summoned by the dainty arrest are psychology plays a most Inv 41 + 72 Senora S.mano De Lopez point rights measure when It arrived -;Tuesday of the Senate Rules

nearly 20,000 persons for the notices of the day and the portant part. SOUTH Mateo arrived here by plane at the Senate last Mondayto to'Committee Investigation of the TIllrHONI COlLICT
It from sent
A K8 prevent being
once-ln-a-quadrennlum event. City Council chamber special! The main thing to do when Sunday night. The president'swife the Committee-long financial activities of Bobby Tampa 223-4611

Miss Joyce,Hayne, a secrets decorated for the occasion will your hand !II a freak Is to make V4Alt was accompanied by her a graveyard Judiciary for civil rights pro- Baker, former secretary to Senate

ry In the accounting depart- be the courtroom. sure that you become the de 4AKQ210IS5NorthSouth sister Amelia Sarrano Bishop, posals.As Democrats. Baker last week. Arthur Smith
ment of Ottawa Silica Co, will and three aides declined to furnish financial records
"Oh my I" says Miss Hayne clarer. The level at which were vulnerable soon as Mansfield moves
be Inaugurated for a day. you for the committee. He Is Music Co.
'We couldn't hold court in i The bidding: Both On Latin America to bring the bill for consideration
The role falls to her as president -stuffy ordinary I I play the hand Is of secondary up scheduled to appear before 104 .. TrUt N T*.NP.
courtroom. North East South Wen probably late this week.
of the Ottawa Junior Wom- importance. For example u Both speeches were to dwell them in public Tuesday I
think we'll do it over In red and Pass I. 2 + 2V Southern opponents are expected -
en's Club. with Latin American affairs, although .
white-at least much hold a 10-card suit and '' fNet, ;w ,1e sees'
as as we you : I 2 dv 54 Pass to start their filibuster
Then other girls will take the with lots of certain 12 tricks normal bidding Mann told an Interview.
can ,
gay plastic ornaments Pass I. 54 Pan
other city jobs police chief. and ribbons" will be likely to result In, Pea Pass er his address would not be a Before that. Senate flsccrns'aI1: the nicest ;
leaden to bring
hope upa
Judge fire chief city prosecutor a save by the opponents, who, West led the diamond two. major policy speech.He .
Afoot wheat bill which some
Bribery cotton I
and the City Council posts would be defeated by a trickor was expected to praise Jar n
After that the mere male popu Nancy Hilton Is police magtairate two. You will achieve a far Mrs. Lopes Mateo for her drive Republicans blocked from debate copldank
lation must watch Its step for the day. She said all'i better score by playing in a wished to disguise the strength for' school lunch programs, and Friday. !
and. Incidentally Its pocketbook fair as far as the girls are con modest game contract.A of his hand. to give attention to the Cuban Quick approval Is expected In
cerned. But she ..id. already famous authority once advised He was pleased to hear situation and the Alliance for both houses of the compromise
This year the girls are rals there Is bribery afoot. players with freak hands Jorth's bid of two spades. A ..uit'bid Progress. ax bill agreed on Wednesday IlD6D
Ing funds for a new mobile rescue 'Some' men have sent flowers to pin with the Intention ol, In response to an overcall Mann. Mrs Lopez Metes, by Senate-House conferees.
unit which will go either to to Borne of our prospective city lacking In at a late stage ol indicates a good suit, although and three other distinguished The timetable calls for House OLD
officials" she said. "We'll deal the bidding. But to pass origInally -not necessarily a good hand, sc guests were present to receive action on the compromise Tues
with those fellows" and then bid at a high South could reasonably hope for honorary doctorate degreesfrom day, with the Senate poised to BICKDIi
Viet Nam If there Is one man who's apt level Is so abnormal that good three spade tricks, making Rollins College. consider it the following day.
opponents would certainly sec twelve tricks In all. The reductions, largest in history
to get off lightly It is Phil Bailey Three Speak t.
SituationPuzzling two-time mayor now out of through It. Nevertheless, he continued his will be reflected In more HICKOR
The three, G. Tom Willey, ake-home starting In mid 11'L.
office It was Bailey who A Better WayA tactics by bidding only I five vice president and
general manager to
March for taxpayers subject
thought the leap doings clubs over four hearts. A confident '
up year
less dramatic alternative,, of the Martin Company from and i
1 12 years ago. 1 jump to six clubs would withholding wages America Mast Magnificent Bourbon
and one that Is more likely to' Orlando division; Sir Harold salaries. II
There has been some talk of surely have provoked his opponents -
By JAMES MARLOW a move to organize bachelor succeed Is to underbid Initiallyby to save. As It was, the Mitchell British Industrialistand Otherwise, the floor programsfor 10 !
perhaps two tricks Persistent author; and Brig. Gen. the week include House con- years light .
Associated Press News Anatys resistance Bailey's advice to bidding in the later, eventual six-club: bid sounded n David Sarnoff, chairman of ,

WASHINGTON (AP)-It's be men with such outlandish Ideas:,stages will then sound like wild hough"for South was" which bidding is often one Radio Corporation of America Zanzibar Is a 640.squaremileland .q.ftft.; ; ; 10 mellow'
"Don't do it, fellows. You justcan't more luck
coming more of a puule thana optimism or a sacrifice with distribu- were speakers at the school'ssnnual some 20 miles off the [ years
war. win. I The deal shown today demonstrates a good policy a "Animated" Magaiine southeast African republic of t ....
Nobody In this government these tactics. It was, tional hand. Sunday, I Tanganyika H KUII 05.1'511514x150111505\ KHItK at NOOF ftl NlCIMf tllllUHl, c4.M4.1

past or present, has given the. played In one of the final East gave South I suspicious
American people a cold, factual I. TodayIn matches of the Cavendish Club'i look, but finally gave up, and S
report on what's happening orwhat' tournament for the Morton, the contract was easy to make
in store In South VietNam lublnow Memorial Trophy. Six hearts doubled would have ,
Various official statements South was Sol Seldman the, been down two a most economical .r
create confusion. Brooklyn star who Is currently save
South Viet Nam after eight HistoryBy recruiting volunteer hostessei I This was a big gain foi
yean of help from the United i for the 43 foreign bridge teams Seidman' team because when
States in its war with the Red that will visit New York In Mayor the hand was replayed Souiti
guerrillas of North Viet Nam THE ASSOCIATED PRESS the World Team Olympiad. handled the bidding less effecively .
apparently Is losing ground. Today Is Monday Feb. 24, Seidman's overcall of two I and the final contract
This country has over 15,000 the 65th day of 1964. There are clubs was, of course, a tactical was five hearts doubled. This
troops there supposedly as advisers 311 days left In the year. I underbid. He was sure that the went down only one, with the
although some have been Today's highlight in history:'bidding would continue, and he lots of a spade a diamond and 1tru I
killed In the front lines, and has On this date in 1803, Chief 'a club
pumped in over $5 billion In aid Justice John Marshall announced Eighty observation station
what was described as around the world are currently c.'eteINSURANCE| '
Some Points Puzzle the most Important decision measuring earth tides In a program ,I

Here are some points that ever handed down by the Supreme -' begun during the International SERVICfcLanltr ,
,V puzzle Americans and probably Court. The decision Geophysical Year, 1957- I
I \I Vietnamese, too: came: In the Marbury case and 58. The stations use gravity Upthaw,
H Why haven't the latter done;held that the Supreme Court meters and horizontal pendu- Inc.Ml t.o. :=
,(II i more to win? Can they ever do had the power to declare In-: hums planted deep' In rock. a. Twin. Wi. IM Ills

better? Is this country Just valid act of Congress it
going to go on rocking along Iconlidered unconstitutional.
with them? Will it finally give the ONE place to call for jumbo clothes rack
up and pull out? Or will it try This date
to step up the war? In 1863 Arizona was organized -
South Viet Nam has had three as a territory. t't\ t regularly 12.98 .
governments since October but In 1903, the United States ac
the situation Is worse now than quired a naval station at Guantanamo MONEYt sale! tt.99
before: Bay and a coaling sta- : : :
President .Ngo Dlnh Diem, ion at Bahia Honda, Cuba ,
who was In charge eight years In 1920, the Nazi party was t5. ap6i r Garment rock gives you an extra hanging(

but not successfully, was killedwhen founded In Germany. rr space for small oportment, office, school or .rz.T.
a military junta took over In 1M3! Allied planes bombed e' r church. Smooth rolling casters for mobil.
Hen's t golden opportunity tt let cash double-
in a coup. The junta was thrown Wllhelmshaven, Germany.In : ,0 "' rf ftv .t holds 50 Full 48"
Golden I Ity up to garments. long.
out in a new'coup by Maj. Gen. 1945, American bombers fist during Beneflclil's Anniversary
Nguyen Khanh. made one of their heaviest assaults Celebration. Call up or com In for the cull you n 'S v 1
Last Jan. 27 Secretary of Defense on Singapore. I' want now to clean up I.ft.ov.r bills or v
Robert S. McNamara told I for any food reason. We like to say ",ur 'rR
Congress the situation was Ten years ago .,. President skirt rack
"grave The next day he said Dwight D. Eisenhower proposed > ,
"I am encouraged by the progress a program to give federal,, BENEFICIALFINANCE 'rh S
of the past two week.." workers higher pay, voluntary ,, ..0 f"t, a t J+r'1' regularly 1 1.69

Withdrawal Favored insurance and pension plans SYSTEMLoans
I Five years ago ... The American :uo t e P l sale! 1.19
Last week Congress release Bar Association's House of up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
more of what he said: That even urged Congress to LAKELAND-Bencficiol Finance Co. of Loktlond
if the war does not go well we enact Delegates remedial legislation e Gr Fl Arcade Bldg. MUtuol 6.5105 c a1, 'c f #U4 Great for travel! or to store the most In the

should still withdraw most wherever there are reasonable WINTER HAVEN-Beneficial Finance Co. of Winter Haven ;,,. r4 least space. Holds 6 to 12 skirts
American troops by 1965. He grounds to believe that Supreme e 316 W Central Avenue2nd '
said the Vietnamese had the Floor, PhillIp. Professional Bldg CYprtu 3-2176 ; ear
Court decisions
primary responsibility for winning .A M3.. BENEFICIAL" FINANCE CO .,vA a dF
the war. security. ___ t yy
Over the weekend one report blouse rack

from Washington said there was
division between the Defense
Department and the State Department PHOTO-REPRINT SERVICE regularly 1 1.29
on what to do. It said

some State Department, officials T'' sale! 89c
felt McNamara' statement on #
pulling out was bad public relations -
because it might en Handiest ever for storage or Ironing, Holds 6

encourage Also last the week Communists Sen. Mike ANY PHOTO TAKEN BY A blouses. Rust proof chrome plated steel.

Mansfield of Montana the Dem-

< ed McNamara's pull-out idea
and urged consideration of

French President Charles de BE PURCHASED! v
Gaulle's proposal to neutralize

Viet Nam. l ,

Hazards Cited ''
Neutralization has hazards NEWS
too. It could be Interpreted simply L "awn +
as an American face-saving AERIALS rr G
device for pulling out of a tough 4'
ituation. Neutralization once SPORTS : imported sunglass scoop

the Americans were gone might i o- X 1
open the door for a Communist SOCIETY ) I 74
take-over of all Viet Nam.
formerly 2.98 to 3.98
Then last Friday President
Johnson said this country will ANNIVERSARY
i f t 1 sale! 1.29
, continue to honor Its commit- .b
South Viet Nam to help '
ment to .JM'.t o ,
i: It fight communism. I d 1

, Previously he had seemed to 5. ,, n You now have on opportunity to have a sunglass .
I dismiss De Gaulle's neutralization -
idea but at another time he l wardrobe at special savings! A spectacular

I said he would look with sympathy 's5.
I on neutralization of all VietNam rti r 's group to choose from: decorated, con

! North and South. REPRINTS8"x10" 7' ih servotlve and colorful sunglasses.Maas' .
But Johnson added somethingelse

which was truly a puzzle. 5"x7" 4"x5"
Pointing to those "outside en- Notions

violence"emies" who against direct "terror South Viet and 150 *] 75* gr:p' tt0 ?y

fim! he said they "could do

well to remember that this type PLUS TAXES*
of aggression ls a deeply dangerous ,
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But this Is exactly the kind of SHtUie check er money order
aggression the North Vietnamese -
Reds have been using for

years, except that recently they 1
began assassinating Americans, LAKELAND

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1 U. S. Wheat Sale


Taxpayers Due Explanation \ Proves BoomerangBy


TilE ONLY PURPOSE of a Junior led to believe by the Tallahassee pow DAVID LAWRENCE ish delivery of $1.4 million In

college In Polk County, or any other ers that the sites to be considered were WASHINGTON The Ken heavy road-building machineryto

county, is to serve the educational those that could be made available nedy- Johnson administration Castro.

needs of students.A without cost to the Junior college program will be held responsible by "WORSE YET. France hat

Junior college has no other rea- There was no mention that hun for many one voters of the next biggest November boners recognized Red China. Equally

dreds of thousands of dollars was to bad our NATO agreement
son being. in foreign policy that a State
be for the of addi- ci credit to five to
expended purchase A I limiting yean
It is regrettable that School Board Department has ever allowedto
tional land to supplement site the communist nations is on
members Austin T. Race Jr., of Win- any r happen. It was the consent
ter Haven, and Ralph Durrance of Ft. offer. _Y k I ;: tJc\4\ given to the sale of wheat to the France verge Italy of collapse and West While Germany -

Meade and County School Supt. Shelley the Soviet Union and other
Yet, the citizens and majority mem- notwithstanding watch, Britain is now
communist countries
S. Boone, also of Winter Haven
bers of the school board are orderedto negotiating a IS-year credit
the "cold war.
little interested in the students'needs
seem \ with the Soviets for $448 million -
decree from Dr. Watten-
in locating the Junior college in accept a kU'r This move hat proved a chemical
in fertilizer and
barger and associates that 40 acres of boomerang. It has started a

Polk County. orange grove be purchased to make wave of deals whereby Great plants Japan it considering
It is equally regrettable that a team r r. dw. S= Britain and France and other credits and trade with Red
the Haven golf course site adequatefor
of ducators from Tallahassee countries hive begun not onlyto China
the location of a junior college! export goods to Cuba but to
dictate to the citizensof "These natIons use the
seeking build factories for the
The citizens of Polk County all help
Polk County how their tax money F'v Russians which can be Indirectly wheat deal at an excuse. Brit-
of Polk County should know and ain't Prime Minister Home
be a of aid to them in preparing -
must apparently were
stood the White House
know well that they will be called for war. on
party to a cut-and-dried decision that steps last week and made it
upon to furnish the tax money for the The late President Kennedy
the Junior college was only to be located clear the British intend to
In conference Oct.
a on
purchase of the 40 acres of grove ata trade with the communist nations
in northeast Winter Haven 9 last, said of the wheat deal
cost of possibly $400,000. Former Prime Minister
that It was not a governmenttogovernment -
There are some very unusual cir- We really don't find it strange that trans action Ishibashi, a leading Japanese
cumstances, to use mild language sur- advocate of trade with Red
some citizens in Winter Haven were that credits would be grantedby
rounding the dictatorial edict of the fully aware of the cut-and-dried deer banks, and that the grain China has hailed the wheat
deal at the 'big turning point'In
dealer will take the risk with
team of so-called that Polk
experts sion on the golf course lohg before the the private bankt.' making trade with communist -

Countians would accept the Haven majority members of the school board The total Impression givenat nations possible

golf course location or that no state were informed that they were to be Voice of the the time was that the Unit "In short,Into the wheat deal is

funds would be made available for a ignored in selecting the site for the People ed subsidy Stales or would any credits.not grant any turning nightmare I Nothing a diplomatic hat so undermined -

Junior college. college. our leadership of

The facts show that the majorityof however that it BUT IT that the free world in a score of
We must confess, turns out the
the members of the Polk School is a little strange that Dr. F. T. Len- This (Is The Ledger's Opinion Page government here has guaranteed yean."

Board; elected by the people of the festy, the president of the junior college the loam which the banks MEANWHILE the Department
and members of Con- of State seems to be in
county informed Dr. James Watten- should have This dltorlol ,... .ff... the itwip.,.,', own pinions. on m.M.r..f currtnl lirttmt hi the
purchased a spacious gress have revealed that in a state of confusion At leastit
tutorial column It w.Ie....*. tho opinions .f rdrt in th* Vole .. tho People Column. Litton mmtko
barger head of the survey team that home in Winter Haven several days one particular tale, involving was hinted that Americans
sign1, ond bar the writ.,'. ddrmt, but Mints will k* withhold upon rtqutst. A letter ihould oat 37
million bushels of Wheat
b several or more sites were to be approved before the decision was announced by .,cad 250 word, and poetry e.nnet to Mod. The Lodger roionoi th* right to rfct .n, lotto or a price of $78.5 million there at were British to export annoyed of goods over the to

and that the board would take decree by the Tallahassee experts. Dr. .......* It. Opinions .f clum Mtt ..d othor contributors oppor olstwhtro .. this ,*... Cuba that it wat possible there

the responsibility of designating the Lenfesty was recommended for the IFYhclwas would be a boycott on the part .

final site. college presidency by Boone. hinting that prices must be send delegate to the city of of consumer In this country
'Doesn't Go out of line to meet competition Miami to make a study of who have previously been
This was the procedure that was
John Q. just doesn't like their water department whose buying products manufactured
being followed until it became appar- Let it be said that we become a Down Good'EDITOR coercion. However good the rate average only about $12 a subsidy by the United by the British companies

ent to Race, Durrance and Boone that little weary of the abuse heaped on reasons may be, It really does. a year per family States government of a little doing business with Cuba.

School Board members Wendell H. Lakeland by a small clique intent on n't go down good. Sorry I cannot sign my more than $24 million. Sena- But now a spokesman for the
: For your consideration name, but I would no doubt tor Everett Dirksen Republican Department of State says
Watson Mrs. Dora Cox and the school in Winter
Phillips locating junior
the following thoughtsare E. M. KENNELHe'd
lose both lights and water at minority leader now "The United States does not
E. C. (Gene) Head were going to des- Haven. submitted: the next commission meeting says favor consumer boycotts."

ignate a site near the population cen- Lakeland did not ask that the More than a generation ago "The wheat deal with the This apparently i is the result -

ter of the county which would serve school be located in this city. The Lakeland city fathers turned Sell NAME WITHHELD Soviet Union initiated lilt Oc of an unfavorable reaction
down an offer from a second tober and currently being feverishly abroad Yet. on Feb. 13: ,
the needs of the students.We apparent sin of Lakeland was in ask- railroad to enter the city. Asa Power PlantEDITOR pursued by the Johnson in a specially prepared broad

ing that the college be located as nearas result, Auburndale and other What About administration it doing cast around the world distributed -'

believe that the taxpayers,of all possible to the population center of surrounding towns have far greater damage to American by the "Voice of (
benefited exceedingly while : I am writing regarding foreign policy than it it America," Rutk
of Polk County are due an explana- the county so that it could best serve the refusal of the ma Good Things?
Lakeland It still a "one railroad good to the American economy said:
tion based only on facts, on why the the needs of young men and young town," handicapped by jority of' the city commissioner "Well, we don't ourselves

expressed wishes of the majority of women.A the absence of more adequate to render further water EDITOR This I It In regards "The chain of events which plan to organize any boycott .

the school board were ignored. newspaper in Winter Haven carriers which might do muchto service to certain areas who to the letter about the behavior has followed this reversal of against the goods of countries
boost Lakeland Industrially. have accent to electricity from of teen-agera on the our economic policy toward that may be engaged in that
The Tallahassee team of so-called termed the Lakeland action as "greedyand the Tampa Electric Co. train to the Florida State Russia shows how costly the (the Cuban) trade. I think it

experts and we use that word with grasping." Apparently it couldsee Now an almost similar lit.u The Tampa Electric Co. Is Fair First of all, I would decision hat been. It hat all it possible there may be some

substantial reservation, cited zoningas nothing "greedy and grasping" in a t l Ion hat confronted the privately owned and is giving like to ask a question: What but destroyed our economic consumer reaction her in this
Lakeland surrounding a utilities la that the bad things teen. blockade of Cuba, 'a result country here and there with
a basic reason for its designation of its efforts to have the school locatedin city commissionersand real
their actions hardly seemto more economically, especially ages do always make headlines forecast by RepresentativeHalleck respect to firms that specifically
the golf course. Haven regardless of the needs of Indicate that anything has to Industries, and therefore and you never hear of on October 2 last year' engage In that trade. But

There certainly seems to be an absolute the students of this entire county.We been learned from. the earlier proving again that government any of the good thing we do? when he said: 'If the Kennedy that's something that Is In the

need for explanation in this are well aware that Watson, fiasco It far lest efficient than private Also when tome teen-agera administration putt its stamp hands of private citizens; we
act like fools, we all teem to of approval on aale of wheatto have no part In that our
area. Why wasn't zoning listed specifically Head and Mrs. Phillips are being sub. Castro cut the water supplyto enterprise. The surroundIng get the blame for It. the Soviets, how can our selves."
areas are well and
in the criteria handed down ject to tremendous pressure to bow to for Guantanamo things he didn't Naval like,Base and getting all of the pleased Industries Of course none of ut acted government expect to per There were hints from other

by the Tallahassee "experts" in the the decree of the Tallahassee bureau- now our commisslonen away from Lakeland. Lake- like perfect angels but neither suade other nations not to government officials to the
do adults. I'll admit that trade with Cuba In the future same effect and an indicationthat
and small determined landers -
very beginning? crats a clique to threaten to cut off water supply are very unhappy over '
there were some vandals who ? the State
It is obvious that the citizens of have this school located at the golf to citizen who for one the present rates and espe- couldn't teem to control themselves "The truth it now upon ut. approved of the boycott Department but
reason or other might wishto cically over $3 sewage assessment
both Lakeland and Bartow were dupedin course site. but tome of ut did. We can no longer persuade apparently complaint causedthe
use another source of electricity and also the "tem
believing that any considerationwas We can only commend these three So you see the ideaisn't porary" garbage tax, Not all of ut should be them State Department to back
members the for this I believe blamed for the behavior of "Our ally, France, It reportedly down. It Is this backing and
to be given either the Bartow Air of board resisting even original that all the exist I don't think the
tome privilege negotiating $10 mil filling which has encouragedforeign
Base or the American Cyanamid site pressure and putting the welfare of all It may not happen here, butit ent problem could be eliminated of having special trainto lion truck deal with Cuba governments to take

cast of Eaton Park in the site selection.Is of the county above the determinationof could. Suppose that a groupof by entering into negotiations the State Fair should be Our ally, Spain, Is negotiating matters in their own hands
city or suburban residents with the Tampa Electric
it reasonable to believe that either a small clique from Winter Haven. would do just at the good Co., pursuant to tale of our taken away from all of us be. for the sale of 100 fishing ves- knowing full well that they
cause of those who couldn'tbehave
and two will
not meet real
freighters to
Lakeland or Bartow would have We believe education and studentsare colonel at Guantanamo did- city-owned electric company. themselves You might Cuba Our any opposl.tion
ally, Great Britain from the American
offered non-zoned sites if zoning WE'reto Important, very important. And cut off the water lines and If a good sale could be madewe think this letter is prejudiced has sold 400 buses to Cuba The principal government reason -

be a basic factor in the final site we simply can't put a few turfs of grasson make other arrangements could no doubt pay off our because I'm a teenager and over our protest and another for this, of course It that
To lome the commission'iactlont sewage assessment, saving maybe you're right. But. I 600 are on order. Four British the State Department has
selection? How gullible are the residents a golf course above education and might make tense, but perhaps thousands of dollarsin don't think I'm prejudicedvery airliners are being recondi- been checkmated by ILl

t of the two cities supposed to be? students, or the best interests of all to John Q. Public it hat the Interest. much. tioned for Cuba. Now negotiations blunder In allowing wheat own to

The citizens of Polk County were taxpayers of this county. aroma of sinister overlording, Perhaps then our city could A TEEN-AGER are underway for Brit be told to the Soviet Union.


r ,'col. The Image Of LBJ Comes To The ForeBy I


RALPH McGILL Americans to commitmentthan So, the pundits and the a comfortable and comforting disturbed by the foreign or
Publisher Of The any president t i n c e pollsters ask why It la that father, nor was it that of a domestic programs because
Atlanta ConstitutionPoll Woodrow Wilson and Franklin President Johnson promotingthe brilliant Intellectual
young they have the feeling that
takers, the skilled and D. Roosevelt A large aame programs, it havinga committed to new and exciting "LBJ" Is a professional who
the unskilled, are coming up number of adults were simIlarly much lest harassed time of visions It was, and Is, has been around long time
with conclusions that Lyndon carried along The It and rates high on the hit the Image of a competent and who knows how to make
B. Johnson it doing just fine Peace Corps is but one illustration parade. man who knows how to get the checks and balance of
and would, if the election It gave to
were young things done. One does not our government behave. Millions -
held now, win Americana and many older think
;' him in terms of of Americans don't understand -
with great ones the opportunity to par COttl.jn "style," or of the
great commander why they such
t JI" <<
ticipate, to put ,
ease compassion who
gives the confidence
l necessary but nonetheless
There it near ideals and love to work in a tiJftll orders
Roulk believe that the
i : << they man in
unanimity I In } practical way. But even so,
The businessmen who the White House knows hit
there those who distrusted
this were
prediction I (! President THE ANSWER would seem fearful about President Ken way around well enough to
But when It I Kennedy to be that President Johnson, nedy are somehow satisfied work things out.
comet to tay- [1 because he did inspire Com- across more than two decades with President Johnson
The of
-- 1y mitment to causes. even essence the GOP dilemma
ing why this
t It true the of public service, also built up though the programs are the Is that they don't yet
c3 an image. It was not that of The
pollsters ride q\'I WHY', THEN hat President tame. people are not at have such a man.

,. off in all directions /I. Johnson emerged from the
They relative obscurity of the .vice

COLLEGE PRESIDENT'S HOME-Thu homo overlooking loko. In Winter H..... wo ,ur- could explain McGILL presidency to command such

choiod by Dr. F: T. Lonfoity, ,...id..t ol Polk County Junior Collog. bofor* tho college fife that General Eisenhower was an immediate and vast volumeof Potomac FeverBy
decltlon w.. .....ou..c.d.-C Lodger Photo) the father Image for which all confidence and respect? It
cannot be said there Is the
of and
------ -- us Instinctively psychologically
A THOUGHT him was life, and the life was the light of men.-John 1:4. seek Voters great outpouring of unquest-
looked to him and felt he was ioning idolatry that,war accorded FLETCHER KNEBELThe
the universal father who Mr. Eisenhower nor U. S. Senate shows the sad plight of culture in Washington. It's be-

knows best. He would know hat Mr. Johnson excited deviling poor Bobby Baker whose only fault was to give away stereo sets

LAKELAND LEDGER what to do about war and young Americana at did the to increase the appreciation of fine ..music. N

peace morality, and budget young Kennedy President *
and prosperity; and so they Johnson supports causes at

OAHOXIII IPT COWL II. in. twice elected him. The fact strongly as did the late and The Supreme Court says all congressional districts should be equal. Out-
..u."...., JOHN NA""EON. Vic-. lamented John F
his administration Kennedy,
Imperial I Polk County ...",d.nll NARR/e G. alMa. U" produced a rll eOU8. Everybody knows it takes three city slickers to vote as hard as ODe
tort M.n.n. rather sharp recession and but those who oppose the
m ,oUOY"oM..O": L .. farmer.
World's Citrus Center AraA o r C tr cwARSaf Nunn the largest peace-time deficitin causes and programs do not "
saiik; ,tors.on: o1cNARO Mono.... Nuaur' ain.l. history hat not dimmed feel impelled to hate and '

that Image. cendemn him at they did his Ode to embattled Cyprus: The Greeks and Turks aren't Idiotic but lead a I

President Kennedy waa confident predecessor!* life that's symbiotic. When Turk shoots Greek that's patriotic a culture known. j
The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 and competent youth in President Johnson has a Cypriotic

action. He was the young intellectual pragmatic view of politics, i
and student in government knowing it to be an art of the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES He was vitality and possible. So did President Surveys show the new spray guns used by mailmen to fight off dogs are

0... v.., . .. . $2080 ono Month .. .. .. $1.75 the life force In action. He Kennedy In a representative 84 per cent effective. On the other hand, the IS per cent is a very satisfying

Sit Months .. .. .. .. $1040 Week . . . . .40 was elected, but there were government the/ uses of com- return for the people who make postmen's uniforms.
and Americans who distrust often essential to
Thr*. Months .. .. $ '.20 Sunday Only Y..r . $7.10 are intelligence, and education promise maintaining the are momentum of *

and who don't like Harvard government and to the passage Drunken elephants are terrorizing South Africa. They're so loaded they'reseeking "
Pullll.h.J ofteVnooni oeept Saturday end en Sundy morning ky Lokolond. .....w.,.,.* Corp. precisely because It la a of legislation. President Ken pink people.
really great and superior in- nedy knew at dues President
Llil nd. Florid 3I02
stitution. Johnson, how to compromise
President Kennedy, nonetheless without abandoning principleor Then there was the fellow so dumb he thought "brain drain" was the
aroused more young objective. scientific name for beatle hair. '* "

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0t i i gJL JnMand. ToleranceOf I

Lady Lawn Bowler's Sports Can Pains VaryNEW

Record Health TestimonialBy 7. YORK-Have you ever

had what would normally be

Just an annoying pain suddenly e

become unbearable?
LUCIA MYERSIn stands the silver bowl which he won In a Do you wonder why at sometimes

the Lakeland Lawn Bowling Club Mrs. tournament in Paris, Ontario his home. Her you are more apprehensive

Elizabeth Kelman has set a record which is own smaller trophies are tucked away In the about a visit to the dentist

unequalled by the masculine majority. She corner cabinet in the dining room. than at other times? r tt

has been a member continuously since 1927 Does Volunteer Work Well. It isn't that you're getting t

and, in recognition received a life membership crotchety or edgy or 1

at a recent gala gathering After her husband's death nine years ago "babying" your nerves say the

At the Club's 40th anniversary celebrationat she began to give some of her spare time to experts but rather that your ,

the New Civic Center the honor was awarded hospital work first as a Gray Lady with the a' t Own personal "pain threshold"has j
tl tlr tltttn
after a search of the records revealed that Red Cross and now In the pink uniform of 1U ups and downs. In simple

no other present member had added up so the Lakeland General Hospital Auxiliary She language your body can: varyIn

many years. is free to serve every Sunday from 4 to 8 its tolerance for and Its

Since chronic bronchitis forced her to come p.m.time when many of the volunteers A t awareness of pain.

to Florida in 1928, the sports records is also have to be with their own families. k In researching: pain duringthe

a health testimonial As Miss Elizabeth Reid Athletic-looking, with an "outdoor" com development of its new
extra strength pain reliever
she came down from Detroit to Crystal River plexion and short curling greyish-brown hair a leading drug company reviewed

that year and in her explorations of Central Mrs. Kelman appeared 'o have Just come many complex and Intricate

Florida 'she discovered Lakeland That became from the bowling green to her living room for i facts about the average

her destination when she returned for the Interview. However she explained that $ h person's pain tolerance.

the next season-and It'. been Lakeland ever she has not bowled at all this season, but Is Ik ; _
Stress Lowers ToleranceFor
since. expecting to return to it in the spring after an a'r. s bt .I

Bowlers Are CongenialAt appointment with her doctor in April. example, researchers say

her home 842 Success Ave, which she Her years of outdoor exercise conditionedher that certain types of stress tend

purchased in 1930. she told of her enthusiasm to enjoy long sightseeing walks on her to lower a person's pain tolerance.
f She first the If you feel 1 run down or
for bowling. saw game on a Her
to two nephew
trip England years ago.
tired toothache that would
trip to England in 1920. "It was a private was stationed with a United States unit in w a
normally be only a 'nuisance'pain
ourt In a gentleman's garden she explained.
Yorkshire. Mrs Kelman and his wife took becomes unbearable. Extreme
;he did not even try to play at that time. many Jaunts on foot. Perhaps tho most dra mental strain-worrying-

Seven years later In Lakeland she took up matic was their climb along the wide moors about bills family problems, or
Fie game "You cannot find a finer group of the home of the Bronte author-
leading up to MRS. DOUGLAS A. BLOUIN Job responsibilities: bring
(eople. or a more congenial one than we have
sisters at Haworth in Yorkshire on severe tension headaches, or
i our Lakeland Lawn Bowling Club" she said. make muscular aches and
Mrs Kelman is now entertaining her cou pains
Brenda Vinson
She met a Canadian W. A. Kelman who Cheryl
balloon out of all proportion.
sin Miss Jane MartsIg of River Rouge, Mich.,
also was interested In bowling. heir friendship Emotional upsets too can trigger SWING INTO SPRING In this sweater dress that spansthe
who has retired from her position as schools'librarian.
progressed a Presbyterian church and Bride Of Douglas BlouinBrenda lower pain tolerance. seasons A souffle mohair and wool knit cardigan tops a

at the Bowling Club. They were married and Even environment can playa sleeveless sheath in linen-like rayon. Contrast arrow and

went on bowling together-both In Florida and R 1 S part In individual reaction to border trims unite sweater and dress
Vlnson and a scooped neckline and bouffant
Cheryl -- ---- -
in Canada. /On a table 'n her living room pain. It is most interesting to''
Douglas A Blouin were nurried skirt. A crown of pearls note that doctors give credenceto
Rose Above DepressionA yesterday afternoon tn held her veil of silk illusion persons who complain that Poor Posture Reason

in column the D. H. Sloan Chapel of Mrs Charles Gibbs of Plant
recent book-Interview "a headache away from home
First Church. maid of honor in
Baptist City
was a
prompted Mrs L, C. Hill to reminisce about Is worse" or that the bright
public libraries In the depression of the fir.ties. The newlyweds will make noor. length gown of pink sunshiny days most of us preferare For The Dowager's HumpBy
their home at 1305 Flske Blvd. satin peau. Pink and green
Havenat only a pain to some folks -
L As children's librarian in Winter formed
carnations her bou-
in Cocoa where the bridegroom
that time she trundled loads of books back The person who says sunny JOSEPHINE LOWMAN You will experience a light

1 3A I and forth between that city and Lakeland-In CIT Is employed by Universal quet. Attendants days give him a "headache"may ,I a dowager the other day feeling, a release of tension,
not be Just a wet blanket' In if will
because the depression drMr. Joy your neck you push
an exchange program April Humphries was
Mr. a James W or grouch Intensive brightness :She looked quite smart but not toward the ceiling with the
budget for books was so small. flower and Pinter
Vinson. 730 Combee Road and girl Anthony
could strain his eyes and very gay top of your head.
"People had more time on their hands so Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Blouln was rlngbearer cause that headache!
She had three chins and a also corrective
N. Evans of Cocoa are
the libraries were crowded. You could see 3228 Polk Ave., are the parRichard
that a reading habit which had developed m ents of the couple. was best man. Strongest !May Hurt Worst dowager's hump. exercises For instance, lie on
the reception at the 1 I'd rather be me without the the floor on your back with
4III' good times, was like an anchor or o staff in The ceremony was performAt The study of pain and the
bump. the floorat
home of the your arms resting on
ed the the Rev. Ar bribe's parents
by pastor
hard times she added. threshold of Is based
III'I Miss Bonnie Gibbs invited pain on Believe me, we all have to your sides. Keep the backof
thur W. Rich, and Mrs Elmer
y.p. I 4,!' Several years later she was living! on Lake guests to sign the bride's many factors that vary accord- work against that hump which your head on the floor but
D Wilson organist, presented
Morton after her marriage. The depressionwas music book. Other. assisting in the Ing to the Individual and his fights for recognition at the try to stretch your neck, mak

still dragging along, but she had waysof hospitalities were Mrs George conditioning to pain. back of'our neck especially ing It as long as possible Do

rising above it. With her baby in her arms, Carries Roses Morrlspy, Mrs Andrew Pinter "Men are babies when they as the years pass by. I suppose this and then relax and repeat.

she often walked around Lake Morton to the A cascade of white sweetheart Mrs Ray Humphreys are sick!I" wives and mothers thisprominence Sleep Posture Important

library.In roses was carried by the Mrs. Ralph Mead, Mrs El- often lament pointing out that .t"

Hill not askedto bride who was given in mar wood Vlnson, Miss Susan Cochran it's the biggest, huskiest men the base of the When you work at your desk
the conversation Mrs. was riage by her father. She wore and Mrs. Jack Gibbs. who complain most bitterly neck Is calleda : bend from the waist slightly

express her opinion about the site for the a formal gown of silk detailA wedding trip to the East when they're confined to bed "dowager's Don't slump and duck your

new library nor did she venture it. But her ed with hand re embroidered Coast was planned by the couple. with even a minor Illness The hump" because o chin Into your neck and collapse

comments reflected the depth of attachment Alencon lace and designed with truth Is, the normally active It Is often the "t' at the back of your

which a person can feel for the storehouse of healthy man Is "out of his ele product of easy neck I

wisdom and inspiration which Is the public ment" and ill at ease when living. I We spend close to a one-

library, forced to stay In bed. This The more third of every 24 hours sleep-

Mrs. Hill who Is now president of the Worn- added tension only makes him money, the Ing.\ Therefore our posture

an's Missionary Union at Southside Baptist react more violently to minor more leisure ,. while sleeping Is Important.

Church has worked with three-year-old children aches and pains so chances are the richercareMlSS LAWMAN If you can sleep without a
when he his chest cold Is the 1 small
says pillow or with a very
school for
MRS. KELMAN . in the nursery of the Sunday
much than food, the less the physical activity -
more painful yours one It will be an aid In avoiding
at lawn bowling green 18 years. he may be rlghtlAnticipation the more the weight or correcting the hump at

of pain-such as and the poorer the posture the back of the neck.

POLLY'S POINTERS Welcome Wagon LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday Feb. 24, 1M4 I getting a vaccine shot may be does it! However this defect If you would like to have

dreaded that tolerance is almost universal unless leaflet
so your pain my free "Dowager'alIump"
1 Meet Slated DATE BOOK measures are taken to avoidit.
becomes almost nil and send a stamped, self-

Reclaims Lost LensesDEAR For TomorrowWelcome this small discomfort Is more addressed envelope with your

Jdj painful. In another category: Fatigue A Factor request for leaflet number 17
Wagon Club will gD Jo Wbudinq when your defenses are down to Josephine Lowman in care
POLLY I am a Inatead of plain ones. A valance Gravity as well ss fatigueand
meet tomorrow at noon at I as after an unpleasant argument of The Ledger.
lens who this added discouragement and over
contact wearer once cover. piece. or bad news slight ear Tomorrow "Your Whole
the Crest Restaurant John TODAY U".LA"D ART CLLU'. all paint. weight, are apt to cause a
dropped a lens through a slatted -MRS. S. E. S. Ins claw >t (10 m. Mri Mar ache, toothache or headache can: Body May Suffer When Your
D. Ayers Jr. will speak on OPTIMIST CLUe OP Initruolon oil' ptlnllnl wlttt woman to slump and poor "
deck. recovered it .. t""D. ftrC be the proverbial last straw Feet Do.
We by S I on p m. at Creit te I* MraiM It 10 m., Is the main for
Trends In Interior still III. and portrait ol>.. oil' puntIng posture reason -- -
DEAR POLLY On the "New Stay Stoats' eeAMDe CLUB OFSUNNILAND Fortunately for most of us,
with wet ,
probing gently NISINAN LODel. 0'- 7 to 10 pm instructor la the dowager's hump. We are
Decorating.: err-d aii-lt. at t 30 tt Chart I Holder porlr>lt Inilrurllon I our periods of low pain thresh finest In '.o..t Car
back of old photographof Qm. The
yardstick. Since contacts stick Lakeland, hdrai: IITIDII. Tenan- with MurrM Ooldtborouih 1 JO B 30 all so busy with our various
.. .. all at dmlnl.u-iuon' SAUdiw. old are rare.Moose. for the DlK'ImliMrlitf Woman
has been .n and .1. .
readily to wet objects it was my relatives I hive put Announcement Loawkk AirportOARDIN activities and Interests and

easily recovered. This method the person's name and rela made that Mrs. Grace Milks us.; .t-I.II.a.:; UNT5prhrduled rasa Co- CLU LICTUHI. Mr obligations that we are likelyto VISITEVERETT

could be used by other wearers other Interesting had the highest bridge score :Term and e dd rt".II.-I"Je\: (/ ..rk tCII .Karl i...k.While on ..Modern oi WInter mown Naren Arr.nn will<>. forget what our day by day & OLIVE
to '
tionship me. Any Women
menu .t 10 LUeland
!: .11 II. .revmbn 2d shore m at o.r- BEAUTY SALON
lens Is lost Inan .t habits in
whenever a It Term Stol at dim Cenur.MOSILnATION posture are doingto
for with Mrs Mary .
facts about the February r".C'b.
Inaccessible spot.-C. R. S. person r mtprwl OP RIPULICAMINTCPPP.IH us. sviNtrr M. MUCK. PP.OPParrrmitent .

are also added. My survivors Blakeman in first place. Itatnl LAN5LAND rotninunliatat LODOe loll It Vli 7.30 rfeftni..m, redrral niMtln l H il,!1., 10. Mid::' Will Meet From now on try to remember Wove $ SOCompl.tefrom
GIRLS I do not wear Maeonto .. tea oummunltp room up

contacts but I am sure those won't have the problemof TUESDAY (ITM1IHIM MNINI' t. OKDtltOP Women of the Moose wilt to straighten your spine n*.n Than. 0 rrl, Iv.. by A....

unfortunate enough to lose one looking at a picture and Religious Groups' LA".L.ND melee[ CIUS 7:30:. ,WMItl" ( pm,HDINI*l MMOIlt' OP JIHUIA.LIM l.mpMbenmonlal have a business meeting tomorrow through the region of the 1033 S. FIs. AWl MU 6.5991
will be glad to give this a wondering who on earth It Is. I I p.m. at Lakeland TOASTMASTURVCLYS Wom.n. at 8 pm. at Moose neck as well as the shoulders

try.POLLYDEAR ALBERTA 7 pm' at Marcheti Re.lau- TNYRDAYLANCLANO Lake Parker Drive.
Meeting CalendarTODAY rant Anroni tnt.ra, >i.d mar loin, LIONS eLV'. .t 1215p.m Lodge on
GIRLS You think LAKILANB APT CLUB, rater del.or st The Cadet Wlwraul Mrs. Clyde Scott senior regent -
may I edtninUlrilion Science Shrinks Piles
POLLY My husband this hint sounds a bit morbid MM Ear/IIIIn1 Naomi/ Frawr 3WjiIrM,1 IniUuctor.Airport wim house LANIANO tor I ART, ik.tclilni UILD, OPH1vlillon and will preside.

Is frequently transferredfrom but Is one we should all put APOSTOLIC BIILI SCHOOL nlthllaw L.ICILAND LXCNANO D L U s. oil palnuni palntlnc loop with with II MIN. mod.li Cornelia and The following committees

one city to another and to use. For years I have been 'K-mort.l*. at elydc'.ii.T A' p !D. achool 1331 E S 30 p m. a; th. Cadet Hailaurinut'lJJLAND Meniti. itudloaLAKILANO from 7..30.' JO ...m. at TIa.IWrO will\ report: publicity, library, New Way Without Surgery
fit ISus
making curtains over to IIOTAnY CLUB 11
PR1fYTIRIsN Moosehaven and
planning to do just that but Met of Weatniinat .'., well ASMYSNetsvEUfN KieitlATIOM CLUB membership
windows of different sizes around to o" i"f "Flret"preebVtorlaCI"fC : for i.nlor eltlaoni of Lai Hand and The executive board will Itch Relieves
never seem to get h.nrc'r' rhKdulfd;drill* 'h1r J17U1 MP irlradi will I mMt at Tmn Mldwar{ Stops PainT
little I have practically .
no Job. It. I am sure my children PAUL IUTMIP.AN Cub Pick M'iI DeE ( Bl ..n'rt.t: M.J 3AetIDPMI ': V 30 a m, lot iroup mtlvltr. Bring meet at 7:30: p.m.
solved this problem by mak-. could not Identify half the T07. blot and .old b.naueL at *.JO"PIpar all it RfMirve CenUOOLDffN .andwlrh ptinllr lunch In InvllrriSjo coffe.. lurnl.hod.Th' 5_ ..t, 5' T. (.F....n-For tho 110 thorough that iuffarara made
.ing alof mine out of un ppitovTiPiAN. Mrs or ROCNItr JUNIOR. eN0 f......,. "'VOL."T ."D PROTLCYIVI Brut timo aelonc has found now aitonlihinc ataUmenu like "Pllo
bleached muslin and in tiers family pictures and perhaps Chnrrh dlnn., mr, P'.i .t C5 n mIn CLUB NION. Hum tCHOC. .1 b.nd AND hall.WLA.LtAND P."TI. marl ORDeR In. at 0.5 p.LK'to at LU.L0o0S Wese 1401. 101 LLT ...lInl substance with the antonbine h.v. eased to bo a prolilaml"
not even some of their own fellowship hall Dr Robert Maoarhool .. Tryouts ... .
so they can be added to and o.pan w'11 ser.t PTIC5..RA M.hYD (. abllltr to brink bcmorrholdi Th. .t ll a new h.allnf eabitanre -
mixed or matched easily. If made when they were babies. '''.'.T ulaff L U mwine T HI"at. N.S .lIundn at }.: l .:':.tafl1:t7pe.3 o m ., .TlTCH pm., A homo"D C.. 'LU'.0 1. I\ollitoloini. and relievoam (BIo-Dyn. )-dlatowrr of
POLLY home ol Bill ".tlr* m AOI CLU nIt KlUllrrn-Dade ji'HverlIMPIRIAL Open TonightTryouts _without turf ', a world.femoui r....rcb instituu.In .
the windows in a house are TunD.Y lunrhran it U 10 p m:J. J.-1b POLK LODQf. pat tae fur CAM, whit pntlThis aubitanco ll now available
of M..nolia P* M S p m at Hrottlin Kilo 1'om-
long, I have two tiers with a POLLY E A Memorial* oBr.L aunt S hOL.1322 clause asa Hrlni table .....Ir.1Iu...InrM eruloltat I tI CLU'''.noon iluLarl.nd r.llevlnr pale Actual raductlo In rappoiilory or ointment /orm
valance at a window and if DEAR Perhaps l.MU..ITY 2 pm, lollowm br\ rnLrUlnmrntfiliET" '. Sim. uvilad'RIkl. for Lakeland Lit. (. .,.) took place, ndir thi name freparaiwn H*.
StULS CU... 710 w "". "* tar older Cluo AU ahrlnen'
they are short I use a single some of the ladies have dresses pm .. horn ol Mrs. H.llle! Miller. tie Theater's next production, Wo.'anusinc 1 of ad-roeltaw.re At *ll drug wanton. 44,

length with a valance. If a that must be pulled over '"V..TH.D.Y" J"hno' n ADVNTIST wrt- vsssrz. vsssffjsss'tnpm FRIDAY' "Come Back Little Sheba"by

need more far. aorleur. 0 JO m, at .4Aw Nov at Country Lappa akhool RJ3 XOPANO LOYAL 0"0." D. MOOD[. II pm..t William Inge will be tonight
room seems to their heads before combing ...
| Mri M.rr Hle.lna I'ldrr Lama Mooeo\ LocI... Caat Late ParkerMom.mrV'rafru
and at
tomorrow night ,
color their hair. I keep an old blouse roesltem.Uef rlu., 4 ."\.r. VFW 4O*. OIA TO THS pnOTMinHOOOOP DNWANI5 !". UU pm. ** 7:30 o'clock nightly In the
colored or printed valance. I H.lli adult Inlorrnatlnn ,. te LOCOMOTIVE ...41'........ sj ;
handy in the bathroom where r".1 7in nm it VFW HalltlSIRS pm at Cauntri Club K>tei..a eom.munltv LAlTi"LA" ART aUILD Oil Btlnt- Civic Center Green Room, director
bought some inexpensive plastic ? P..YT..N. Careen bulldtna on uolfvlew. Ine law, o 10 am Mri WlnllrrdHrlhelmer
flowers and pinned them 1 do my hair and slip it on .LutHRRAN PAST MATRONS CLU OP L."*. and Tom Wllxin. In.truc- Jon Barry Wilder an
PAITH Cub Perk T91lln LAND, CMAPTI M, Inr.i I palntlnc and driwlna cla i tor r fj'WlgUIIiIC
at random on the muslin curtains over my dress comb my hair ,,'.,...d.. at rhurcb. Famlllei, and TH* CASTRNy STA. :. tr 1 bevlnninc' idvinced LU.'1utl.g*. ... BamMiwcOMina l. nounced. ; I/ M" "'
In my little girl's room. and then remove the blouse. InrltWlDN..OAYAPOSTOLIC" iA: : Franca* WiiUwn JO p m. 71( ; auoHORTHANO > Woman Club t o.C bridle adctn5.- Eight men and three women ; ,;
*'.L. SCHOOL 1339K .
I used small gold safety pins There are never any stray Memorial Blvd. Stahllw.a at war An CLINIC.3p 10P 1iLANILANO CCMMANDSY SL K. are needed to cast the

on the back side to hold themin hairs on my dress when I am eVilltTIAN: IUSINIM MtN'SeoMMiTTK in. at L.K.land Huklnene n'to-, form reaular np.nln.eonrlarn. at 3.40 Sm, full play, which will be presented t jJil:
on Uk. Wlr. Drlvi uoniorrd h1 .l
place. Some bright pillows ready to go out. MRS.L. noon at Cr." ReitauPAITM iai .nd ch* t'r> Matlaoai( aMcrniOO COUNTRY CLUB. eTATe. AO- March 24-27 : ; ,
r.nt e. Awa.la oq, CIATION, tf>v r d dl n dinner at s w. ..sirSHORTHAND
bed match the flowers J. H. LUTHBAN Lenten aervlcoInaTtT at rlubhO4bhouw Oolf View atrMt
for the TAMP CLUB' 7 JO, mb.n'inent (pm.Jim.. and weal; hour will follow,
an extra boost of ppftovTIPiAN. "a"t",'1 MMinolla colter" Clvle Brim wvtrad dim And table Nth
gave .''hl. o'e.. Center All ttamp ", IncludWCDNUDAV ,. 6
color. This method has workedIn Share your favorite homemakIng ,- 'T. P.UI. YuVMMani1. "tlnunMrvice lua Riater ,lade? 1D..d. w IRSUSAXLI soaecHL in WEEKSSpeedwrJUng

four different house. For ideas send them lo at 7 1D "mTHU.'D.Y'' SATURDAYLANELAND NDONAGENCY
.... ... ART OYILD prlm.rf
our present home I added a Polly in care of Th* Ledger.You'll CMAIST. LiITNaa TtoP .u at and lunlor art in pa.teli. water eol: Ann llchoroian, ,
at T pm.
troop meete L.K.U"D tMKINf CLClutt .. 150014tt ore and ells at a.10 am Mra Wini VJ09 '
pleated strip across the top to receive a bright new yew H..II. P..DAYCMPI1T Ina .Ik. .t 13 n pm. fred aelhelmer and Tom Wll-on from Inpm : r.I.n otor, on.1 C.dl.
add length and to make cur- silver dollar If Polly uses your LUTHIHAN. Lenten ..... 3 tO ore.8 Adul Mt. Coenf rlao.. ....n.... S. TlNNISSEI AVI. "C3N AlpMn.' Pr.oWl.q. *
drapery rods idea In Potty's Pointers. f : at HorUt Lakeland HAND WASH 1II .pmn AlrWrt.TN0f60 Au11.n1a Allwiunt
lain fit draw k"pTnV"V.S.YrTI IC tLLo:; 1 T 730: 'H. 612.41415rarw.nlln. ( on In.CANDID .
".AN. ...! tfmtxilt AICiTYPIN3
---- -- -- --- ., at 3447 W.bvr" HI haw In. ,
,,0mlDonl. fl&Y, Inr fI0DMr$ at Although many silks are washable r.iud may atuud moetltil and .. CAMIMSHOW
J.JO pm. Is I'\Dr. Irneln.I llhrarr -roon
uruioarCNRfT Y1e $ G) AVAILABLE
LYTha SAN. wallhn1wNW they are not machine wash IOWA. PICNIC Clvlo .Center noon. at Coll M e'nollaBulldiM furBliihrd Caw Ilo.Nr. c..
gclai .. IIICC put 1, 7,7051A17N able Wash your sport and casual Brim ro's'efro and Uolelervlc ":;. ..
*. \"-.,. ;.. It's l 10 Sony 10 lom SPEED-
CMC/f1AN piare'me.tms
FOOL ------ A" .u
IBMKey rnmblge, wllh, Pull oo.wl. silks by hand if you preferit WRITING Shorthand and
'u.IA.M Men'e til <>.r r*.)on.l mrtIni "
.t DrlftwcpM CaUtUrt in 56 to drycleaning.Be 1 stop out of a dull ,oull". job without futur 4t'
f.tm.buri r Into hot higher-paying poiltlon you'v.
Hear Sam Todd always wont.d. In only 6 w.tki you can boon Leae

th. lob In your choke glamour' potitJontTV.
Punch Course Phi/ Theta Inttrnorlonolly Known Ivnglitt Fashion, .te. with, SPEEDWRITINO, "Ail., 41".1'

the ABC Shorthand, oven If lew.tuccoitful .
previously vn 11 lta.f
Meet SlatedPhi Preaching Nightly That with 1 symbol lytttmi. Used ov.ry ::.'l:,.! ".!!! ijwh.ro.

8 Weeks 700,000 groduotpt hav. proved i' fV h{AViDwiiV
Theta chapter of Beta Nu y 'I "CHRIST THE ANSWER"Support You can, tool INONow* w. h...
...,. ii,.* _-ovl>led
will meet
Sigma Phi sorority .or
Day & Night Classes tonight at S o'clock at the rids FREE NATIONWIDE LIFETIME PRIVILEGES

home of Miss Sondra Clarke great Free StHih-u a f... T...;'.' '

J06 Carol Drive. The nomInating e lmpl.ym.nl5ervli.. Ph. MU 6-9856

LAKELAND BUSINESS INSTITUTE, INC. committee will reporton loyal to your CRUSADE FOR CHRIST Airallabl' In Ip.edwrlllnf chaoli In 441 Cillot

L 401 W. Peachtree Sr. on Lake Wire Spring proposed rush officers.will be discussed family.their faults Don't ond discuss.short- MAYHALL AUDITORIUMServices LAKELAND BUSINESS INSTITUTE, INC.

Lakeland, Florida and the rituals for the .." ..... 401 W. Peachtree St. on Lake Wire
pledges of last fall will be comings with ac nightly 7:30 /ran00.mb Audurlum Lakeland, Florida -

planned. quaintances.

1 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 21, INI .. '
__ __ :
i i 1 I I "N:, .. ., .. ''I ,
WASHINGTON REPORT lIJat' -I"I"8'-" ,P..b.bx "fi. ": & +T e .aJ,1. :: ," ( J.ti I "I I
.. : : : : mp ;r: ,.

I) I Black Muslims In ,, '


"- '

FULTON LEWIS JR. ers over In France. He dropped IS A REDEEM THESE
WASHINGTON A bitter an airplane out of the sky A ,
struggle for control of the fanatic with over a hundred and
Black Muslim movementhas twenty white people on It, because 1 / PLEASURE VALUABLE COUPONS

broken out. Muslims believe in an 0
The protagonists: Malcolm eye for an eye and a tooth GREEN
X a fiery, self-admitted re- for a tooth." IOO l! TIA IOOI
covered narcotics addict who Frenzied cheering I then '

has been the Muslims' leading broke out O M A R K B T S Jftl Green
spokesman In recent years; "He gets rid of them In one
and Elijah Muhammad self- I ***U CWM*
whoop But thanks to God
styled Messenger of Allah who or Jehovah, or Allah, we will 4 ANACIN stampJ
has been the country's Mu. continue to prey and we hope e a' h w 100 ct. ,
lim-ln-Chlef for three decade that every day another plane 4y' r e I 4 ,fy ,...._ w...
Malcolm was suspended by falls out of the sky" 5"L
Muhammad for an indefinite iiji
Muhammad, the alleged
months "for
period ago
moderate, proclaims "the devil
making wisecracks about the Is the white man-the white : r. \ lIA 50I
assassination I of President f'v
." + 50ml f
man Is a doomed race Mu. p ._ _,
Kennedy ,
The remarks were but an hammad's teaching holds that i'A..
J7Green/ Stamps
white men were "by nature
excuse to muzzle Malcolm.Muhammad'i i .. .........
created as liars and murder. + y, w"s I r Aq eww N/. eI. !
only rival. A ers; they are the enemies of Cre.m _....n. .-. .... .
confidential government report and ak M.... .. + ...
and acM .
truth '
righteousness ca. M IIOU-ON ea.R Pack
reveals that Malcolm
.... .,. .
has not taken this disciplinary the enemies of those who seek '...1_L. w.... ...+. .t... s_
the truth the human beast S S
action gracefully and he I.
-the serpent, the dragon, the
has attempted to develop support
devil, and Satan all mean _
other leaden of
I among one and the same: the peopleor
the Black Muslims in other fi ; !'
race known as the white or r w'kq lIAlf 50I

sections of the country"Malcolm Caucasian race." ; ,
has reportedly won
to his side the Influential New Muhammad comes close to t J1l Green Stamps

York faction. Chicago leaders preaching outright sedition. Y e..rls. ea.a.e a,4 SW"..
of whom are sons and His followers dodge the draft. I
-many 'c'
of Muhammad He speaks knowingly of the 'TA. s" ,6' STOUFFEITS CHICKEN I NOODLES
daughters "Battle of Armageddon" and + to"" y v. 10A4' IlVi-oi.
have stuck by their leader. t' flgie.6
"white rule N r' tsa. WM: asses
There have been efforts to has promised that 4 i
characterize the Muslim rift In the United States will be tit OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO '
overthrown by 1970."
as a contest between mod-
erates and extremists with Muslims are forbidden to
Malcolm leading the radical eat pork. A Muslim minister '
{ ml
contingent Such an observation explained why: "The hog is 3 r SO FREEEXTRA15o
Is folly. dirty, quarrelsome, greedy
In June 1962, a plane carrying ugly, foul, a scavenger which ,. ti Jw Green Stamps
130 Americans crashedIn thrives on filth. It Is a para- q I Mr .1.__........._cia !
Paris, killing all aboard. site to all other animals. It GIVE II I PRICES AERO-WAX FLOOR WAX
Malcolm then laid down Mu- will even kill and eat its own. qt. slit 79c
hammad's line in a Los Angeles Do you agree? In short the '1.w..... .*.. M. IM)
speech /hog has all the characteristics FUND MON., TUES., WED., 8 S
"I would like to announcea of a white man" U OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
FEB. 24 25 26 1964
very beautiful thing that The dispute between Mal- ,
happened As you know, we colm and Muhammad may
have been praying to Allah. come out into the open at the
We have been praying that Muslims' upcoming convention SWIFT'S PREMIUM GOVT. INSPECTED.
He would la some way let us More than 2,000 dele Swift's Premium Sliced
know that He has the powerto gates are expected to attend SHIPPED TENDER-GROWN D&D FRESH NOT FROZEN e
execute Justice upon the and It Is not known if Mal
heads of those who are responsible colm will be seated DRIED BEEF
for the lynching of "All Muslims who are in "FRYER QUARTER SALE!"
Ronald Stokes (killed by police good standing can attend," a
In a Black Muslim riot). Muslim spokesman said the
"And I got a wire from God other day. Whether that includes :
today." Malcolm is not known. : : ;: 49'Swift's

At this point Malcolm was Minister Lonnie 3X, a Muslim BREASTS or LEGS
Interrupted by wild laughter. leader In the District of ,
"Wait! Wait! Well, some Columbia, refused comment
body came and told me that when asked about the Malcolm Premium Bar
He really answered our pray. .Muhammad feud.

Soaring Sixties' 35C : BEEF OR oBoHAM'

Economy Still Has 8.oz.. 59cpkg.


) Chance To Orbit I:1 Is- J-i

Editor's Note: The 1940s have too young or too old to work.
been a puzzle. They've neither The 1960 census counted 180( _

soared nor flopped yet. In million Americans. Of these,,
this article, first of five on the 68 4 million were under 19 and 1I i 4i ii-r1tiii e
decade's economy Sam Dawson 18.5 million over 65
AP business news analyst, Between 1960 and 1964 money
looks at the causes of the 'OOs' for consumption was earned by
performance to date about the same number of
workers. Civilian employment
By SAM DAWSONAP was put at 667 million at the _
Business News Analyst start of the decade and 68,6 million .
four years later Unemployment k
NEW YORK (AP-The Soar- rarely dropped below 4 L
Ing Sixties have another chanceto million.
There's beena
get Into orbit. All of these thingbusiness
hold in the countdown. But
caution born of excesses, less
business and financial
urgent consumer demands,
'I technicians think the economy sticky unemployment-kept the
could blast off if some remaining -
decade from soaring at the

The decade bugs was are billed removed.to soar I tart. _
Since the business pace quick- 4
from the start. The population'ened just three years ago, the _
furnished increasIng

explosion an
gains: have been reassuring.
number to be fed, clothed,
has dubbed
But no one them
sheltered and educated. The
argument ran: Where else booming. _

could the economy go but up- pr
Next Then why do the '609
straight up? look better today? o Jo ten produce Irinc .
I It didn't soar It didn't fall
onBr.I face either Most of the I Hill's Bros. Drip or Reg. Grind

economy's vital statistics show' Coffee 1 79f. Tender Sweet Cello Pack

good, if unexciting, gains since Boy Shoots Dad . . . . . . ;

1960. Over Whitehouse Brand Carrots 7c
Incomes Up Argument Pkg

That year total production of Apple I Juice . . . . bet: 25" .
goods and services was J5C26 About TelevisionATLANTIC

billion This gross national product Libby' Famous
was SS8J billion In 1961 and BEACH (AP-An dairy specialsSwift's

now is running at an annual I Atlantic Beach teen-ager fatally Pork & Beans. . . 2 c29f.
rate of $600 billion. In the four wounded his father with a shotgun -
years personal Incomea rose' blast in their home Sunday Kraft's Mild AmericanSpaghetti AllsweetMargarine
from $4013 billion to $475.J bil
during an argument over which .

lion.taxes went Corporate from $22 profits billion after to television) to watch.program they were going Dinner . . 0 9, 19' 2 tins49c; :

$27.5 billion. Industrial production The victim was Hilton Hamil.ton Mexicola BrandButter
In 1960 was 109.8 per cent' a salesman
of 'the 1957.59 base and at the' 15-01. 23f.
held his
Atlantic Beach Beans
end of 1963 It was 127 per cent.I'eon, Hilton Jr., 15.police . . . lor e'
Why did the economy dip a Duval County Detective Sgt.J.1. frozen foods oDownyFlake
bit In 1960 instead of soar?' Shuber said the father and Sunsweet Medium Size
Here are some of the reasons:,his son began arguing over the Prunes '.*. 3Sf.2lb' ARpkg. < -
-An expansion spree in the TV program about 5 p.m. The . . . wJMb. Frozen
middle and late 1950s left many argument continued at the sup
industries with excess produc- table. Sunsweet Large Siie *.
per W affles 4 49c
i tion capacity. And many com The detective said the boy suddenly Prunes 37f. 2-lb. 69f.! pkgs.
panies had overbuilt inven left the table and went to . It. .,. pkg. pkg.:
tories.This his bedroom. The father followed

coincided with less him and was shot in the stomach Special Deal Pock (Vanilla Lemon, Chocolat.-Fudge) ."-, -- >.. ......... P
urgency In consumer demands.I with a 12 gauge shotgun ,\" r"I
Much of ,the postwar demand The boy's mother witnessedthe Jello Puddings . . 4K, 39 _""- ., ._,. ,__ Lh'_ --,'.
and had
for homes gadgets shooting.
been met. People continued Breakfast Club Enriched >
spending, but only a little more The wall of Jericho fell to

each year. Personal consumption -,Joshua and the Israelites In White Bread . . .2 A 3V friiniii\ All Lakeland Stores Open
outlay in 1960 came to, Biblical times around \1400 B.C.
$328,2 billion. At the end of 1963 It', Easy To Use I at 8:30 A.M.
It hit a record annual rate of,

exploding$375 billion.demand But this wasn't that had the INSosANtt'p1 eweS lll Starch No More . . 16s., ; ; 59' UULIA ; 916 N. Mass. Aye.

been economy counted off the upon launching to blast pad.the .' DQAGENCY J JJ09 Greenwood TinyWhole 303 f. ;M A R K E T S 1065 S. Fla. Ave.

Population Fools Experts S. TlNNESSEE AVE.PH. Beets : . lor 29
611.41.1 # Grove Park Shopping Center
-And the population growth .
didn't work quite the way the It.ntln..........RR 'a. v r
experts had figured. The Increase $ c..Por....''''"Cwi Gfr) Southgate Shopping Center
was mostly among those i



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r t LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 24. 164 2

( Presses Attack r-

On Johnson PoliciesWASHINGTON

(AP) Republican cuss the Viet Nam situation t lw

presidential possibilities Lodge, the I960 Republican t 1
art continuing their about candidate for vice president, ,
assault on President Johnson's has been considered a potential STOCK MARKET FLASHES
policies-with special emphasis GOP presidential candidate
on the situation In South VietNam He has denied he plans to run. H

Nixon like Lodge a non-candidate NEW YORK (AP-The stock I Armour, reporting h I Ig h e i. Fractional gains were made
New York Gov. Nelson A. told a Washington market was irregular in moderately earnings was up % .t 45 on !,.. by Kennecott, Proctor & Gamble
Rockefeller and former Vice birthday banquet at Peoria Ill. active trading at the open 900 shares. Southern California Edison
President Richard M. Nixon Saturday night that the John- ing today. Cleveland Electric was unchanged -and Santa Fe.
blasted the administration' foreign ,son administration had hoodwinked Changes of most key stocks at 40 on 600 shares followed Sears, Roebuck gained % at
policies over the weekend and softsoaped the were narrow by a block of ,800 shares 108% on 2,400 shares.U. .
Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater, American people about "the Opening blocks included: General at the same price. S. Steel opened on 8,000
meanwhile, mounted an attackon most disastrous series of foreign Electric up % at 87% on Reynolds Tobacco opened unchanged shares, up % at 57%. Ford rose
the President's antipoverty policy defeats since World 3,800 shares; Electric Musical at 40 on 2,500 shares % to 54 on 5,000 shares.
campaign. War II." Industries, unchanged at 6% on Eastman Kodak, reporting On Thursday the Associated
Rockefeller, In a statement 6,000; and Royal Dutch up % record profits, gained 1% at Press average of 60 stocks rose
Campaign 'Half.askad.In at 43V4 on 3,000. 126% on 2,300 shares. .8 to 295.8
Sunday, accused the administration a new high.LATE .
of "news management" to South Viet Nam. Nixon
keep "the hard facts of the said "It is obvious that the administration BLUE CHIPS

military situation from the Is preparing the
American people." I American people for retreat or
defeat (which) will Inevitablylead
Have The Right
to the loss of all Southeast IVANGIUIST ARRIVES-Ud.rs .> a ewnrywIde ..11.1.... rvlv.l chat wiHi the evas. t MAI2ff'ET PAGE
He said "the American people Asia to the Communists. .Hit who will conduct It .t a ........* Mils montlni wlcmris! him t* l.k.Und.. From the kit g IS STILL AS
have, a right to know the Goldwater, winding up four tore are the Rn. J. Fy Jehnim end the 1'*.. John R. Hunt _h.I""... *f the rvlvlf like.. '4r' CNUCKLY AS
whole truth about what Is going days of campaigning for' the Sm Tdd the R... Fr. Peter W.ll.e EVER toDAY-
'. told fend Mayer Herald Grlii.rd Hi* *"**..11", the Rev ,
on. New Hampshire primary ... Retort. V. V..... Mr than 100(
rimmli.s, penal cK.!m...( end Lakel.a0 l City M. | *,
Rockefeller's atatement came an overflow crowd of 800 that In churches ere CMP******! In Hx rwlval! !, which trrti rnlhr .t the city udlh.rlum and will **... A

24 hours after he held a telephone -Nashua Johnson's Saturday antipoverty night campalgn New tir sash Mrcb i. <.....|*. Pht by Ptrtlni. )
, conversation with Henry
Cabot Lodge, U.S. ambassador is "half-baked." -
;J a
)| to South Viet Nam about his "Poverty is a 30-year problem Raps Mass Transit Subsidy Plan C t-rr
} suggestion made Friday night the Democrats have Just
I that Lodge bad to bear some recognized" the Arizona senator Rep. Haley Says 'Gold Rush'To

I responsibility for conditions in saJd. "The creation of Jobs *
South Viet Nam. is the simple thing but the ..Impletone STOCKS

But In Saigon Lodge denied In Washington Just can't I
Rockefeller had called to die understand." U. S. Treasury On AgainWASHINGTON The Daily Investor

Research Firms Asked The gold have the House believe this is of these areas would amountto

I rush Is on again-straight to the whole," he said $10 billion In the next dec r n I Q. I went to my broker's office the price at which the stock

For Ideas About Citrus the federal treasury U.S. Rep. "But the truth is that this ade. Of this, under the bill. and asked about the price of had traded just before you asked
James A. Haley of Sarasota mass transit Subsidy proposalwill the Federal taxpayers would Westinghouse Air Brake sleek about it. Surely you should
said in his newsletter from cost the Federal taxpay something more than 1I..m. My broker placed a telephonecall realize that stock prices go up
put up
Letters were mailed today by self and be supported by con and they go down. The broker
the capitol. ers at least $10 billion and $6 billion," he said. Price and
the Florida Citrus Commissionto tract research with outside agencies. quoted me a price of (actually, his "floor broker"
eight leading technical research ." "We recently have heard, probably a great deal more "But this would not. unfor- Air Reduction ......... 55% 28% $28.87% a share I told the stock exchange) bought the on

organizations in the United Search BeginningHe while the for ways launching were the being tax- over the next decade if thisauthorlz.tlon tunately, be the end. Remember Aldens ..................e 29VJ\ my broker to buy me 100 shares stock for you at the best possible
States, asking for submission greased bill, now pending this figure covers only Allegheny Ludlum ....... 39,j But the broker billed me for price.If .
of citrus product or product said the requests for prod- cut-for-everybody a great in the House Rules Com the needs of 40 of the 212: Allied Chem ............. 54% 100 shares, at 2t% $29.21 a you had put In an order
rather enacted into
Improvement ideas that mightbe uct Ideas represented a follow- deal of talk from some about mittee, should be metropolitan areas. Obviously Allied Stores ............ 58% share. Can they do this to me? specifying the price at which

developed further.In up of Commission recommendations unaccustomed sources law. when these 40 begin to get Am Bosch ............... 14% A, Walt a minute, now. Sup- you were willing to buy, your
based upon the findings of federal fiscal responsibility. Number Not Known theirs, then many, perhaps Am Cyanamid ........... 61% pose we get a couple of things order just might not have been
the firms Commission
letter to of new
a a business consulting firm which The proponents big momentat all of the remaining areas Am Home Prd .......... 66 straightened out here. To be filled
General Homer have been "Let look for a
E. Hooks stated Manager that the Commission surveyed the Commission's organization spending programs indeed while the facts. The bill which already will begin fighting for their Am Hospital..........., 21% fair, it must be noted that brokers Frankly, for the average Investor
and advertising, merchandising being very quiet by share of this largesse Am Mach & Frdy ........ 18/ have been taking a good the best (certainly the
would welcome for the tax cut has been approved
suggestions and research pro- the big"push $37) "This Is not a program Am Metal Prd ........... 18 bit of abuse In easiest and least worrisome)
with said. the Senate contemplates
and inquiries dealing out grams. was on, Haley million In direct subsidies, another which has any kinship with Am Motor ....... ...... .. 16% some of the let-fir way to place orders to buy or
product research. Pointing "This Is the beginning of the "But now that the tax cut $375 million revenue the Federal highway aid pro- Am Res & Dev .......... :2\oS\ ter. carried In sell securities Is through market
that the Commission maintains, Commission's Implementation of has become, to all Intents and bond and gram. That program is financed Am Seating .........,.... 2914! this column late (A orders.Q. .
a research program in the physical ,that part of the report by the purposes, a reality, the gold an almost guarantee unlimited program loan pro.gram by user charges- sciences Hooks stated that Boor, Allen and Hamilton consulting rush Is on again-not the old all to be used by local on gasoline, automobiles, Am Tel & Tel............ 15U my personal ex When I buy or sell stock.
"It has been recently suggested] firm which called for expanded fashioned type, of course, but and state public bodies In rubber, accessories and It Ampex .................. 69V4 perience with iw ,, I 1 always do so through the local
'Ithat worthwhile ideas for prod- research activities," the one that leads to the Federal building mass transportation benefits not only the users but Aria Pub Ser ............ !28% brokers) most of 6 bank-not through a brokerage

r. )uct research might very well Hooks said. "The letters whichwe Treasury. facilities in urban areas. the entire nation. This mass Armco Steel ..,.......... 53% the abuse Is un firm. The bank then sends my
y originate outside the Industry It- have mailed are to leaders New Subsidy Sought "A Federal official would transit program would be financed Atcha top ............... 14% warranted. Not order to a broker. I realize that

in the field of product research I write decide which urban areas by funds from the Federal AU Refin ................ 23% all, but most. the broker charges a commix
Gulf-Ridge and we feel that one or more of "For instance assembled, as in would be eligible for this assistance Treasury and it would Auto Can ................ I 563.4 You say thatyou don Is the bank entitled to
this there is is known benefit only transit users I Avco ..................... 34% were "quot- charge me an additional fee
these agencies may come up called so it not or
with something worth Investigating Washington.. Mass something now how many would benefit. and operators of transit systoms. Beneficial........,...... 27'Beth / ed a price of DOYLE something, on top of thai?
Credit tha Urban Transportation Steel ............... "
46V4 28%. That doubt
GroupTo In the field of product or Committee. Thisis But the Census Bureau tells price, no was A. Certainly. The bank is en-
product improvement"Letters of the American me there are 212 standard "If there ever was a program Blaw-Knox ............... 103orgWarner % the most recent price at which titled to something for its time
Convene were sent to Armour an adjunct Association, which has metropolitan areas In the which should be handled ............ 45 Westinghouse Air Brake had and effort And (although it may
Research Foundation, Chicago; of 250 of the country. And a study preparedfor at the local and state Brunswick .............,. 22'/i traded on the day on which you seem strange to some people)
a ...............
Burlington 1103.4 asked about It.
Southwest Research, Inc. Dallas and its the Federal governmentshows level-and in the main by private many, many Investor. do what
Dr Noah Langdale, preal- nation's 1,200 systems is Burroughs ....,.......... 62V So told broker
Foster D. Snell Inc., New in meeting here is to that the cost of meeting enterprise this it, you your to you do. Especially in smaller
dent of Georgia State College York; Stanford Research purpose amass mass transit needs for only 40 Rep. Haley aaid Cat Tractor .............. 27% buy you 100 shares of that stock towns, a great number of Investors
Jn Atlanta, wdl. t.be4 City Menlo; Park CallM get the House to approve but.T I. -- ." Planes ?"................. 40% But how did you place" your go to banks and'ever seethe
er as GulfRldga Production Institute? Research Institute, transit subsidy I Chenetron ................ 67% order? That's the key here. inside of a brokerage office.
Credit Association holds Its Southern Mellon Institute, "The program this group Is United Fund To Hold Ches & Ohio ............. 118'Chrysler % If you put In a "limit order" Just how a bank will handle
annual stockholders meeting Birmingham; Memorial Institute pushing for seems innocent .............,... 42 -specifying that you were willing the necessary expenses of plac
tomorrow night at the New Pittsburgh; Batelle enough as embodied in the Cln Gas & Elec .......... 20 to buy at no more than a ing a customer's buy or sell
Civic Center Building.Approximately Columbus, Ohio; and Arthur Federal budget. Only $75 First Report Meeting Cities Ser ................ 29 specified price (say, 28%) your order for securities can vary a
750 stockholders D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, lion is asked for to get mll-j Coca Cola ................ 82% ,order would not have been great deal, from one bank to
Mass. transit subsidy going in Colgate Pal............,. 47>/ filled at any more than the price another.
/ including growers, 1965-and $75 million is indeed The first report meeting of ress. Roy Stille, Kiwanis President Collins Rad .., ......,...... 43V4 .you named. Some banks will add flat
cattlemen dairymen-are hum a
only a drop in the bucket in I the 1964 campaign of the United and well-known local Columbia Gas ,........... 631Corn / But it seems pretty clear that fee (to cover their
expected to attend the dinner "master of mi.chief' expenses) to
Haines City a $97 billion budget. The Urban Fund of Greater Lakeland will orist, will be Credit .............. 88% :you put In a "market order," ,each securities transaction
meeting, to start at 6.30: much of the you
Mass Transportation be held tomorrow morning. report Con Edison ......,....... 83% 'which did not specify any price ask them to handle.
o'clock. Steering Committee would According to Jerry Kent, drive session. Another volunteer, Mrs.Gordon Con Foods ................ 28'/ :So, your order was filled at the Others have different methods.If .
Langdale, a former varsity Negro Facing chairman, the meeting, a dutch- Justis, will entertain Consumer Pwr ............ 19 I!>est available price. you have any questions about
tackle on the championship Accused Woman treat breakfast, will be held on with popular tunes during food Cont Can ...........,.... 26% You're unhappy because you his, ask your banker. He shouldbe

football team of the University Lottery Charges the second floor of Morrieon'sCafeteria ,service. John Runyon, star of ,Cont Oil ..................259% 1 had to pay a higher price than I happy to tell you.
of Alabama, from whichhe .... from 7:30: until 8:30: Young Ctrl Data ................126%
was graduated In 1941, anda HAINES CITY-A 48-yesr- Out Of Hospital o'clock. Attending will be volunteers -'the Fund's new locally produced ,Corn Prds .,.............. S3Vi II Ua.m.
sound-on-film movie, "The Wonderful a.m.Pricel ,
graduate of Harvard Law old was arrested on from most of the Fund'seight Crown Cork ............... 87%. Price
World of John Runyon
School will speak on the top'ic lottery charges yesterday campaign divisions and two will be at the meeting. Curtlss-Wright ............ 90 Morris ............ 83/ Union Pac ............... 25%
"Live Or Die. Willie Lewis...1007 Ave. N. Back In Jail special service divisions, and I Following guest the meeting, the Den & Rio R R .......... 123/I Phillips Pet ........ ...... 77VPhllphs Union Tank ............. 32

lID Million Lent Haines City was released other Interested citizens. movie, which has been show De Soto Chem ............ 80Dr Dodge ........... 43% United Fin .............. 32%
The Gulf-Ridge Production from the Polk County Jail BARTOW Mrs. SherleyAnn The Women's Division will not It on numerous occasions already, Pepper ................ 32}I Piper Air ................ 42% United Fruit .............. 30
Credit Association will commemorate after posting a $2,500 bond. Martin, Indicted for plot report tomorrow, however its solicitationof as will be shown to those wishingto Dresser Inds .............. 12 Pit Plate Glass ......... 42" U.S. Inds ............... 71%
Its 30th anniversaryat Lewis, who was arrested by ting to murder her husband 'has not yet residential begun This stay to see it. The 10-minut DuPont ..... ...............22? I Proctor & Gamble ....... 40'/' U.S. Rubber ............ 783U.S.
sheriff's department vice returned to Polk County the areas. Eastman Kodac .......... 30}e I Pub Srv Elec & Gas .... 35% .
the meeting. The farmer- was work is scheduled film has been extremely well Steel ............... 80
squad deputies is chargedwith Jail| today after a two-and-a- division whose received according to Fund off i- Gamble Skgmo ........... 35$.I Pure Oil ................. 6'/ Upjohn .................. 54%
owned and operated credit of the
cooperative for the last phase G. Pac .................... "
aiding and assisting In hospital stay 50JA, Raybistos Man .......... 59-1/
the farmers half-day dale and is being: shown free or Vendo .... .............. NS
serves month-long drive that began Gen Elec ................ 43
the operation and conductingof Rep Steel............... 37%
The 27-year-old blonde washOlpit.ll1ed charge by volunteers to em- Warner-Lambert,... ...
of Polk Hillsborough Pasco, a lottery and possession Feb. 18, will begin on March 9. Gen Foods .....,.....,.... NS R. J. Reynolds .......... 45>\%
Friday after she ployee and club groups. Air ... .
Brake .. .... NS
Pinellas Citrus, Sumter and Gen Inst ..,....,.......... NS
and transportation of lottery $231,000 Sought Reynolds Met .. ........ 108V
of ill In volunteers to turnin
complained becoming Kent urged ............ NS
Hernando Counties, with its paraphernalia. Gen Motors .............. NS Rhod Sel Trust .......... 13% Westinghouse
her Jail cell. Chief Criminal The Fund Is seeking a goalof reports at the Fund office at Winn Dixie .............
office in Lakelandand NS
principal Gen Tel & Elec .......,.. NS R. C. Cola ... ........ ..... 46%
branch offices in Lake Deputy J, E. DeReus said $231,000 to satisfy the mini- 121% S. Tennessee Ave. as early Woolworth .............., NS
Gen Time ..,............. NSGen Safeway Stores .......... 721hr.I.R.
Wales and Dade City. At present Damage SlightIn rumors that Mrs Martin triedto mum operational needs of its 17 as possible today so that some Tire .................. NS Scott 32% Xerox .. .................. NS
the Association has about commit suicide were false. financially participating member -'accounting could be the made breakfast of reports -Gillette .................... NSW : :::::::::: 54'/ I Zenith Rad ................ NS
and her to
Mrs. Martin 20-year- prior
850 members with $10 million Winter Haven Joel Lawrence agencies.The tomorrow. The Fund R. Grace ...,.......... 38'/ Sears .................... IS'/
old lover, tomorrowis meeting
in loans outstanding. reported arrested report meeting needs 12 cent Increase if Great A & P Tea .......... 63,, Shattuch ................. 31%
Officers and directors of the Kitchen Blaze last December Wilson, were and charged occasion"being boosted well as a "fun-filled time for it is to a meet per its minimum objective -I Greyhound ................ 37% Sinclair Oil ............,. 611>% Body FoundIn
organization are H. H. Howell as as a I Gruman ............... '
this .. NS Socony ................... 64S.C /.
of Plant City president; WINTER HAVEN-A pot of with plotting and carrying out an accounting of campaign prog- year. IBM ..................... 557 Elec & Gas ...... ... 81
D. E. Cannon of San Antonio, burning greaaa caused a fire at the murder of Earl R. Martin, Int Harvester ............ 63% Southern ,................ 32 Pompano
Fla, vice president; A. T. the home of Steadman Jackson, a Bartow grocery manager. IMC ..................... 8 Sperry Rand ............. 20%'
Race Jr.. of Winter Haven, 623 Ave. D, SE Saturday. Fire let Min & Chem ......... 67% piegel ................... 74%; Beach Motel
director; R. L.. Council of Rus- damage was confined to the The Santa Fe Trail had severI Int Paper ..........,.... 31'/ Std Oil Cat .,.......,..... 24'/
kin director: T. E. Collins of stove and the walls of the kitchen -. starting points in Missouri Int Tel & Tel.,.......... 54% Std Oil Ltd .............. 40% POMPANO
Bartow director, and R. D. were damaged by smoke| Franklin, then Independence and 1NIiD H'' Jones & Laughlin ........ 70 Std Oil N.J .,.....,...... 37% ,The beaten BEACH (AP) -
Willis of Lakeland, general The fire was out when the firemen Westpolnt. It ran southwesterly Kelsey Hayes ............ 12V! Sunray 011 .............. 79% body of an unidentified
manager. arrived at the scene cross KansasOL Kimberly Clark .......... 33% Tenn Gas & Trans ....... 39% man was found Sunday In
Texaco .... .. ........... a bloodied motel room.
Kerr-McGee ..,........... 14% 20?. Sheriff
Allan Michell said
Korvette ................. 78 Texas Gulf Sul .......,.. 8'V.
: Lear-Siegler ............. 71%I Tidewater .............. 3/ Identification from the body.had Motel been owner taken

'1 e18R Liggette & Myers ........ 22%. Tractor Sup .......,..... 57V, Richard Ashburn said he rented
Litton Inds .............. 8% Union Bag .............. K1/ the
room to a Russell Goodard
Lone Star Gas .......... 45'/j Union 011 .......... ..... 16J|
Sunday but told police the body
; Loral Elec ...........,., Ifl'.j was not that of the man who
P. Lorrillard .........,.. 37% Haven Veterans cgistered
Madison Fd .,...,........ 9% Michell said the only possibleclue

DOWNTOWN Magnavox ............... 19r Group Plans was a car with a Massahusetts -
Marguardt ............... 42% license plate.
Martin Marietta ........ 117% First MeetingWINTER Michell said the victim apparently
McCrory ................ 135% had been killed with a tire
Myk McKesson .......,........ 69Merk HAVEN -The first Iron.
CI LAKELANDMONDAY ............,........ 37r meeting of the reactivated Winter -
Minn. Hnwl .............. 59% Haven Barracks 613. Veter-
MMM ..............,..... 15% 'ans of World War I, USA. will Cars RansackedIn
Montg Ward ............ 681 be held at 7:30: Wednesday nightIn
z: Nat Biscuit .............. 32% the Tampa Electric buildinghere. Winter HavenWINTER
: /, Nat Can ................ ..61hNat .

Dairy ................ 14% George Slemer commander, HAVEN-Two automobiles -
ANDFRIDAY' Nat Fuel ................ 52/ urged ail World War I veterans' were ransacked here
Nat Gypsen ............. 29% and their wives from Winter :Saturday night while parked
en r Nat Tea .................. 16/ Haven and the surrounding I downtown.
yPM.- a-Mohawk ............. 31 towns to attend. State and district Norman C. Grogan 450 Lucille -
TIL 1 Okla Gas & Elec ......., 26% officers of the organization I St., Bartow reported the
Outboard Marine ........ 35% will be present to answer ques-I theft of a .22-caliber pistol and
Pac Gas & Elec ......... 45'/J'\ tione concerning membership. I. bottle of vodka from his car.
A"EAR-'I.-.I.. John Rutty ton .f Mr.d .
STAR TO Pan Am Sulphur ......... 52% It Is planned to begin org.1nI I Leo Alexander said that a toolbox
.. M... W. C R..*y.* .' 724 111e,... w.,, Is iK.wn kr. .. he
arks Davis ............. 50% ization of a Ladies Auxiliary atthe I a carton of cigarettes and
will .,,*.' tomorrow wktfi k* wilt k* twit *t the filet MrTkrkfit Penney, J. C. ............ :34% Wednesday meeting. Refreshments I four phonograph records were
.f the 1944. United fund c.mMs! ... Yeses Rvnym Is Pepsi Cola .............,. 47% will be served following -stolen from his vehicle
Hi. tar *f a 10-minnr* i d-ii-lilm m."i* rducd here for Pfizer .................... 65'hila / the business section ofthe The total value of the stolen

the United *a.d Drlv. Elec ............... 1 57% meeting. articles was 181.GOP .


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By WILL GRIMSLEY to put him away" the muscledr I. "I'll outbox him In leVel m necessary to meet tha $800.00e
Associated Press Sports ttrllei awesome-looking champion added [. rounds and knock him out In tbi "nut" "What there Is deals with the, pace before a crowd d

MIAMI BEACH (AP) -. after a fast-paced. 45mlnutiI e eighth: ," said Clay the poeme Ticket about 200 at the Surfsldi
prices are scaled frome round that the fight will end,
"Between one and three, you' I final workout at the Surfsldi spouting Louisville Lip who<; Civic Center.. H* shadow-boxe<
be the home shoulc d fast fists and $20 to $250. and not on the outcome of the for three
on way a confident g Civic Center "and that glib tongue hay against a live target
but edgy Sonny Llston pre-. be soon I have never beei I It brought him to threchhold o I Fan apparently see little, fight Itself." rounds hit the small bag Mojlday, 1904i1

dicted today after finishing I sharper for a fight in my life boxing's richest! prize. sense In paying these prices fee. Although a likely turkey at skipped rope and did 100 situps

training for his Tuesday night I If Listen's nerve-Jarring word a The year-old, handsome d 9. seats behind the ringside and I the gate the fight probably will Uston was sour and cryptic a

heavyweight title defense!had any effect on the rlva I sctndant of a Kentucky slave. for a fight that the so-called I be saved financially-for all except his final press conference but hi

gainst the brash and boastful I camp. Clay and his handler!a completed his training routine; experts figure may last no more I MacDonald and his associates Injected moments of high hu e; Another Tilt Wednesday

Cassiua Clay. were doing a superb Job of beinf Saturday a day earlier than the. than a round-three to five at: -by the closed network mor. He is as quick wits<<'11I

"I'll just hit Mm hard enough i completely unimpressed champion and confined himsell f the most Liston needed only a I television which Is expected to, quip as with the jab.A .

Sunday to a leisurely stroll ovei r total of sis minutes and 14 seconds lure 1,103,451 person to 271 cen- reporter asked him if hi: TIGER ROOKIES
"K 1( "'K 'Ie "'K "'K the Miami Beach front-with h I to kayo Floyd Patterson I I ten for a take of $4 million-plus thought he had Improved In thi

perennial cane. twice and Albert Westphal. Liston' pay day probably will last three years
Liston has been established amount to 11,360,000 and Cay's 'What' do think?" Llstoi
a you
For $5 You Get Pix His associate were equal!
uoawed y; 7.1 favorite In the betting with to J600,000-he latter not bad shot back.
-on the surface al t TIEBy
I leait-at the unpleasant even money orS and take for a young fighter who was an "Well w* haven't seen mudof IN 8 TO 8
of facing a ring killer whc, your choice that day doesn't amateur and Uncle Sam' Olympic you," the reporter replied referring

Taken With ListonBy hal demolished his last three! answer the bell for the sixth. champion at Rom In 1960Llston to the quick knockouts
opponents in the opening round "Actually there Is little betting looked in superb physical "That's why I think I've improved JACK SLAYTON

"This kid Is : on the fight" a La* Vegas condition Sunday as being ," the champion retorted Ledger Sports Editor
completely un
WILL CRIMSLEY stage Uston, who hal just fin afraid" Angelo Dundee, Clay'itrainer Everything came out all even-or as Bob Addle once wrote

Associated Press Sports Write r Ished 45 minutes of almost un. said A about the Washington Senators-the Detroit Tigers played an
of Clay. "He I Is ac
MIAMI BEACH (AP-I broken shadow boxing, bas anxious to get at Llston he li rl :.c:1":: 'I exhibition game yesterday and couldn't even beat themselves,

felt Sonny Llslon'i muscle foi r punching and top. skipping,, about to jump out of his akin :ILJSrONJ \ 29'' AGE 22 i The Tigertown farmhands battled to an 8-8, Unning tie yes

$S. "How ya, champ," I salt d wrapped himself In a white robe. And he is supremely sure o tt, *" j terday before about 600 frozen fans.

l nervously, trying to start a con. and took his stance against the I himself In this one thing. I a>" "?, : 220 WEIGHT 21$ The tie resulted when Bobby Mavis' Black Stockings shoved

venation. wall. sure you he's not pulling a ) across ,five runs in the bottom of the ninth after Frank Ca....
The hulking, phlegmatic c A man in a three-button suit t bluff HEIGHT well's Stripes had seemingly taken an Insurmountable leadon

heavyweight cold, animal-like champion cure gave the mea 'I. and type striped strode over tie. the and executive took LlsI man"I'll in be the the world most if he surprised doesn't n ; 6 'to 1 In 6 ft. :3 in. ,r.t Nat l a drove pair In of flue big tuna hits _by BID .Freehan homer and MMMMMMI triple M j

tent Icicles dancing up m ton's band : :
y beat Liston and take the chasm Pitcher Frank Larjr; signed Bill Lewis former Lakeland
spine, The champion gave him an I REACH 9 ci
hurler got tagged in the ninth-
pionship. his contract this morning at
"Get going, a man on thi! expressionless stare ,
said hustlinjtne Obliged DriverA Unfortunately Dundee's oput- s6 84 In. 62k. Tigertown cutting te two the inning uprising by the Black
Stage brusquely !
,.. Sox. Legrant Scott opened with
number of Tllte
out a tide door. potbellied truck driver ion is not shared by the boxing CHIST NORMAL r t"s6 unsigned
Liston, public and as a ,,result the fight Still unsigned are pitchers a double to center and after a
"Next" struck a boxing pose
up -44 1ft. 425ft. d Hank and Terry Fox. walk, Purnal Goldy and Jim
Was No. 7 obligingly raised his hands In a scheduled for 10 p.m., EST al r+ t jry Agulrre

I was No. 7 in a queue of 32,. similar pose, but didn't blink an, the modernistic pink Conven CHEST EXPANDED j For Manager Chuck Dresses center Goodwin for hit looping singles to
two and Mike
tlon Hall looms as a certain one Item probably didn't sit too
who (lined in the bustlinfSurfside
I eyelash.
up .
Chrlstino another
Civic Center traininquarters E A luscious dish in white. financial flop at the gate.JOO,000 44 Kin. 44 Kin. well. After at least five extensive ex-Lakelander
singled home another run.
to have their picturetaken toreador pants and dyed silverhair $ Short .: "5 WAIST drills on run-down plays An Infield out and Ike Brown's
II bashed both of
-at $5 a throw-with th was next. Bill MacDonald. the millionaire Bengals
tied the but
single Scott
36 .... 34 In. them yesterday .and didn't geta score
sullen ring killer Liston grabbed her pickedt promoter who had to guar filed out to end the Inning.
I was betwen Boy Seoul t t her off the ground In a swoop, antee $625,000 for the event acknowledged e I a THIGH single man. Christine bad
of hits
Troop No. 18, a group of bug and held her In his arms like a that so far sales But there were several pair

4, eyed youngsters in green uniforms .. bridegroom ready to carry his had amounted to only $330,000 25 in, 25 in. bright spots besides Free- but Larry baseman Rojas,In lakelted'asecond ..s. went

and a giggling housewife t bride across the threshold and that a late rush would be hang sharp hitting Ed Ra-
FIST fcllless. Ron
in a pink sack dress, who kepi t The lady squealed delightedly. how, obtained from the A's In Chandler who
gushing "Isn't this Just too ex,. Llston didn't crack a smile ISKdw 12 In. the Rocky Colavlto deal was was her briefly last May

citing for words?" "Isn't he gorgeous?" the lady Bruins Can 1r sharp; so was Larry Fester pitched two good innings

Having a picture taken with I gushed. { n NECk and rookie Gen Voss. Husky Chandler Is recuperating froman
Injury. Christine also
Liston has been one of the, When No. 7 came, I decided 17t/g tn. 17 in. Gates Brown lathed a pair of army
turned in twe fine defensive
privileges of the spectators attending ('d try to crack the champion's run-scoring singles and both
his workouts for the I frigid Interior. Clinch TitleTonight 61CEPS. f shortstops AI Rlcdutl and play at first.

Tuesday night title defense I I got only that withering 11 inr 15 in.. Ray Oyler were effective The players were to have returned -

against loud mouth Casslui) I glare. I shivered, and passed on afield. to Tigertown for drills

Clay as flash bulbs popped. The Stripes jumped on Joe I today and tomorrow Another

The tense line formed at the, The muscle? It felt like a Sparma for 3 runs in the first squad game is slated for noon

wooden steps, leading to the, ham hock back in Tennessee. inning. With one down Paul Pa- Wednesday along with game
velko singled sharply to center next Saturday and Sunday.

pArataNalClaepnllRala' .. By MURRAY CHASS HOW THEY SHAPE U '-Tfci.' l I. how cbompio. Sonny Llitan .nd choll..(., C.i.lui Clay. and scored easily on Willie Bor There I* no admission charge

Writer assume asp for thoir world .....,..'.h. tit//. tout tomorrow night .t Mioml. Booch'i Convention ton's long double to center. Free-.for the squad contests
Associated Press Sports r 'Turn.1 00 .
01 SI
Hall. AP Wins-hot) han lined over the fence in left
LACKS 101 000 14 4
Group Cage Tourneys UCLA whose previous NCAA I 5.k.., Namlltaa (II. '.n ), o.. f
for ButMavll'
1 center two more runs Laura (T) Law,! (*> an .. ... f
basketball tournament performances crew picked a run in ..111... Iii BurrAwa TH ftaarma. F!.*. .
Begin Friday NightLakeland have been almost as perfect Finley Agrees To KC Clarke Sets the first Chuck Stevenson up lined;or Ne U.,.*Chinllar'uln, arrant(.,. v.ti.,).tN"an.......M'* f

In reverse as its unbeaten: a hit off Dave Kelly's glove I tn.Nr. ..-...

record this season can clinch! took second on a wild pitch and
and will
area Ridge-Polk prep cage teams (
the Big Six title and another Indoor Mark third on an error. He scored on Lakeland
be busy at several locations competing in group elimination : Five
tourneys this weekend. berth in the post-season play tonight Terms-A 4-Year Pact the first of two Brown run-

i at Washington. scoring singles.In .
Lakeland will be the site of two tourneys The I
i By winning their 23rd game, For 3 MilesNEW the third for the Stripes
Dreadnaughti will host the Class AA, Group 9 tourney against Washington a team LA PORTE Ind. (AP) a point of throwing the 1964 an error a single by Jake Wins TourneyTAMPA

Friday and Saturday. Lakeland plays King at 8:45: p.m. they've whipped twice already, Charles O. Finley did an about campaign Into a ,turmoil Wood and a walk loaded the

Friday and Winter Haven meets Brandon at 7 p,m. The the Bruins can go into the tournament face Sunday night and decided Finley who during his periodof YORK (AP) Gerrj r bases treehan cleaned them Top-seeded Dick's

two winners play Saturday for a berth In the regional for the third straight to accept a four-year lease to bickering had signed a con- Lindgren is a shy skinny little I with a long triple to right Auto Sales of Lakeland trounced

I", tourney at Tampa Chamberlain gym the following week. year and sixth! time altogether. have his Athletics play In Kan- kid who seemed a bit awed b) center. lie scored on John Tampa Roofing 94-83, last night
tract to play In
4 Kathleen Senior High School will host the Class A. The nation' No. 1 team. las City. But his battle with the and had several Louisville times Ky.. the Big Town. Awed that is Faehr's Infield I out. The to capture the Tampa Indepen

Group 13 tourney with Auburndale; Bartow and Dade clinched at least a tie for the, American League appeared a the league to him requested right up until the starter's gur I Stripes' final run came In the dent Basketball Tournament at
>> give
City. Kathleen and Auburndale meet at 7 p.m. Friday conference championship with a I long way from being settled. to move to permission sounded for the three-mile race I ninth on a bunt single by the Trailer Park gym

with Bartow and Dade City at 9 pm. Winners play come-from-bchind 100-88 triumph Fintey's decision from his La Calif., refused to comment Oakland be- in Madison Square Garden. Wood a stolen base and a Frank Etheridge. former Au-

Saturday for the group title. over Stanford Saturda, Porte home came 48 hours after yond his acceptance statement Then the frail-appearing 17 wild pitch. burndale High star was voted

Haines City High School will host the Group 14 affair. night the league had voted 9-1 to taken Asked If he had consulted NI- year-old, 115-pounder from Spo. Ricciuti doubled and Brown 'the most valuable player of the

Wauchula plays Lake Wales at 7 p.m. Friday and Haines Among the other top to I steps to expel the stormy own- zer before making his decision kane's John Rogers High I singled him home in the Mavis' 'tourney Etheridge and the au-

City and Sebring meet in the second game. Winners teams, Michigan Kentucky,, er of the Kansas City baseball Finley said "No comment" He stepped out to a quick lead third. They added a run in the tomen's Dale Fair Lake Wales

meet Saturday for title. Duke Wichita Oregon State I club. also refused to comment, when repulsed a couple of earl); eighth on George Thomas' single High basketball coach were

Mulberry High will host the Class B. Group 13 tourney and Davidson won while Villa.. Surprise Signing asked if he had any plans of filing challenges by Australia's Ror I and a hit by Stevenson. named to the all-tournament

Avon Park meets Fort Meade In the first game nova and Drake were upset. De- a suit against the American Clarke ran most of an inter team.

and Mulberry against Zephyrhills in the second game. Paul didn't play. American League PresidentJoe League. national field into the board*!: I Etheridge paced the finals

Victors meet Saturday. Top Scoring Duo Cronin was in the process Finley made the following and paced Clarke to an indooi MOGS Play victory with 33 points while
of calling a meeting for Finley'souster record. Fair and Bill Alexander. Au
The Class C, Group 11 tourney Is slated for Brandon Leading UCLA's attack have I and disenfranchisement statement in accepting the four-' burndale High coach had 15
year contract instead of the Clarke's brilliant 13 IS.4 effort
High gym. Tampa OLPH meets Clearwater Catholic in been senior Walt Hazzard and I when Finley came up with Ms two- : each for the Lakelanders.
the and Lakeland Santa Fe plays Pinecrest In did I year lease he had demanded. which clipped six full lecond. At; ,
opener junior Gall Goodrich. They surprise acceptance. "I have continuously stated off the listed record wohim Mercer High point man for the losing
the second game. Winners!, for title on Saturday. night scoring Shiver with
it again Saturday !: Following Friday's vote the A's will open the 1964 season honors as the outstanding quintet was Bobby
Frostproof's Bulldogs host the Class C, Group 14 53 points between them. Haz- 25.:
against him Finley. through his
under the ownership of Charles athlete in the 78th national AAt,
affair with Boca Raton playing Melbourne Catholic ont zard had 27 and Goodrich 28. attorney. Louis Nlzer, said he 0. Finley. The American indoor track and field championships MACON Ga-Florida South- I

Friday and Frostproof meeting the winner on Saturday.Sites Each however was outscored I would make no further move League voted 9-1 last Friday In Saturday. ern College's basketball team Tharpe Smith
and pairings for the regional affairs will be determined I by Stanford' Tom Dose whc until after the next league meeting Boston that the Kansas City will tangle with Mercer University ,

by the results of the group tourneys. r pitched In 38 points In fact the I which now becomes unnecessary lease proposal of four year was: Hayes Sets Mark here tonight. The game Cop LR FeaturesWINTER
I Bruins' had to throw up a full to be played In the James H.
; fair. As a result of the meeting.1 Earlier burly Bob Hayes s I
I In the second hall Porter Hall, is scheduled for an
court press However The Associated 1 had no alternative but to signup sometimes football player from I HAVEN Gene
before they could overcome a Press previously quoted a reliable Immediately or be thrownout Florida A4M bolted to a long. 8pm.The Moccasins 12-12 the Tharpe of Bradenton and Jerry

Petty Matches Dad 42-37 halftime deficit.moved Int I source that Nizer had ad- of baseball. Since I have awaited 5.9 record In the 60. season, have only the Tampa on Smith of Lake Wales were the

Kentucky 202 vised Finley to let himself be such great love for the game, yard dash eclipsing the .8. flat t I feature winners yesterday after
of Southeastern engagement on Thursday remaining
the Auburn 99- forced Into accepting a con- my decision was easily made." he shared ,,'ith several others, on the schedule They noon at the Lake Region Speed

In Conference ripping : tract, which the league called In Kansas City Mayor hue Llndgren making his first attempt must down the Georgians if they

Daytona Victory 79 while 81-68 Georgia Kentucky upset and Georgia Georgia -, "fair and reasonable" and then Davis called a meeting of the ever at three miles Indoors .. are to realize a victorious '63-64 way.Tharpe captured the early

Tech sue the league because he was City Council's baseball committee -I ran third behind Clarke I campaign. model feature while Smith fin
tied for first,,,
had been
Tech : made to sign under duress a for 10 a,m. today to "drafta and New York veteran Pete Me-. Coach Tom Greene's cagers ished first In the class B sportsmen

DAYTONA BEACH (AP) -. the fact that it was running witha but now a Wildcats'Yellow Jackets'victory coo defeat contract he didn't want. response" he said Davis add- Ardle. who was timed In 13:32.6. dealt the Bears 115-13 defeat feature.

Now that he has matched his new engine that had not bee: pled would with a end the race. With the opening of spring ed that the city will start a tick- Lindgren was caught in 13:37.8,,. at Lakeland on Feb. 8 but always Two Lakeland drivers Buddy

father's accomplishment of winning tested "until we took the parade tonight Ken. training less than a week away et drive the moment the lease is Just eight-tenths of a second I find the going rough Cummings Aubrey Kennedy,

the Daytona 500 stock car lap." Both teams Alabama play and Georgia I and the season ready to begin signed. over the American citizen's listed when they meet the Mercer made good showings. Cummingsran

race Richard Petty seems Jimmy Pardue of North I lucky at in less ban two months, the positions Only 750 season tickets have mark. five on their horn grounds second In the early model

ready to go after another mile Wilkesboro N.C., also in a I%4 I Tech at Florida. of both Finley and the sold for the 1964 season, virtually A third Indoor record was set t I Starting for FSC will be co- first heat Kennedy won the

stone-the National Associationfor Plymouth finished I second,, Tied For Lead American League were reach' none since December Last by the North Carolina College r Captains Tim Elsnaugle and early model second heat and

Stock Car Racing Grand Na- while Goldsmith was third I instill I Michigan. 18-3, remains dead year at this time 2,000 had been sprint medley relay team, finishing Dave Shlnkman forwards; came In second behind Tharpein

tional point championship. another Plymouth. locked with Ohio State for the sold.The In 1:51.3.: Andre Me- center Tom Dawson; guards the feature.

Petty's father. Lee, won the Youngest Winner Big Ten lead after an easy 103; Snead Wins new contract calls for a Cray Norman Tate Robert: Bobby Bowman and John Results of yesterday's races:

first Daytona 500 in 1959 and Marvin Panch of Daytona I 59 decision over Wisconsin II four-year lease with two four- Johnson and Edwin Roberts ran Wells Shlnkman Dawson and Th.rIM._ Itoat Or.4.,..,t...ni.. ;eatIY' Cum o.m,

was NASCAR champion in 1954. Beach Fla., followed the Plym- the season ends that way, year options In the first four- legs of 440, 180. 220 and 300 I Elsnaugle are seniors ,.....nd.,'.. ..Iak.l.ndl. *, '.* '.*".. *".

1958 and 1959. lie retired after. outh triumvirate by finishing C though the Wolverines still will year term Kansas City would yards.In Greene indicated Sam Schwartz t.c.naMM| (/..,. MOdoll-l. a..

an accident here in 1961 fourth In a 1964 Ford. win the NCAA berth since Ohlc PGA Seniors get five per cent of paid admissions addition Detroit's Hayes I and Gale Knappenberger SSI."K-.. | 1.".J.ck**.'J..,.*,.,Gon.Aukurnt.l.Th....,

The younger Petty was sec Petty, at 26 the youngest ma I State went to the tournament and 7Vi per cent of the Jones equalled the meet recordof I I would probably not make the Thr.raM (r.'' ''wnMl a NAY..t,. oath aM
ond last year In the point race ever to win the 500-mile race,,, more recently. concession revenue. :The first 7 seconds flat In the 60-yard I I trip: Donnia Davis, freshman ., *Y.-La.k.lan:'j':. .. JahnaVAulwrnVrmt ;

to the late Joe Weatherly. explained that his pit crew, Davidson. 21-3, opens Its bid I PALM BEACH GARDENS, $50,000 of concession revenue high hurdles NYU's Gary Cub-. from Clearwater has been Bonn,, M..I H.rrMni IC''..I.. a ton(aartomant-I
After 500- -with his father as crew chief Southern Conference spot t goes to the city and the excess ner set a meet mark with a, moved up to the varsity and Cityl 1 Jerry smith. L.ka Land.W.IM" .Plant
winning Sunday's
for the Fla. (AP)-Eighteen years ago _n. HMt ,... ..._..
n .1I.
mile race at a record speed of changed at least one tire on hit I Thursday against The Citadel,,, at the peak of'a brilliant career, would be applied to the $300,000 63.2'shot put and Mar'landState's I coach Carroll Phillips will be I. Don L.nd... slant C,.(., 1. ....->
car during every pit stop. Saturda which Finley allegedly has mile relay team broke, made eligible for the game with Talk.r... i Oannn Marr_ _n.
154.334 miles an hour, Richard which it beat 8678 Slammln' Sam Snead won the tur< (CI. 0 tortani The three wrecks put out I t ends I spent to Improve the stadium the meet record at 3.1(2: the Bears. In Ih L.M W.I..', a, /Sass T.,.
had his tournament ,.._
said that he
now won night The British Open crown. Now he Is k M s. !. p. 4, Plant City,
'big race" maybe it was time David Pearson of Spartanburg,, Saturday. going back to England this --"

to aim for the point champion S.C., who hjt the wall when hit I Duke 18-4. must wait until I time as the 51-year-old king of 'jot.
ship. tire blew; John Rutherford ol i r next week before battling in the, America' senior golfers. '
Fort Worth Tex. and Ned Jar,. Conference tournament 'rr
Atlantic Coast
Snead the PGA Seniors
Six Pit won
Stops ;
rett of Camden, S.C.. when the)' The Blue Devili
title Sunday with a nineunderpar -
Petty made six pit stops, collided; and Jim McElreath,. clinched first place in regulai
:279 over the new PGA National
three while the cars were under who hit the rail on the well t season play walloping Maryland .
Golf Club course, after
the yellow caution flag, on his turn of the 2.5-mile trl-oval. 8463.
off late challenges
way to the victory and a purseof Pearson whose stomach wai I Drake, hoping to skyrockel t John Barnum and the old t w
$33.300: including $9,700 in scratched by the dashboard ol f r from last to first in the Missouri : Arkansas by Dutch Har
lap prize money. his 1964 Dodge was the onl), Valley Conference in one. steers

The crowd of 82,460 was a record driver to suffer Injury. season was detoured slightlyby ;
for the speedway and believed Petty'a average speed erased I Cincinnati 61-55, its fifth lost I His victory brought him $2-

the largest ever watch- the record of 152.529 which in 23 500 and the Teacher Trophy,
Ing a sports event in Florida. Glenn (Fireball) Roberts ol games. which Includes a trip aboard to

Pushed through the early part Daytona Beach set In a 1962 NATIONAL ."...T.ALL play the British Senior champion 'a t y t .A

of the race by Paul Goldsmithof Pontiac. "...OCI..TION'iIr.,,. yet to be decided. This s
Mexico City and Bobby Isaac Twenty cars finished from the aYsATSTsaN: : : :. OS match will be played July 5. >

of Catawba N.C., the Randle- original field of 46. / t.a .w, .. ;wi i The) following week. If he deI -

man NC., veteran lapped the rnl.al.al.: 1n.H ii S :,not aw u"i sires Sam can again play in the

field before the race was half NATIONAL "OeKBlMOUf.. N SW Y.r. IO' British Open.
W L :
WITaNt0a1V1: .
and lapped it a second Mntrwl J.e J: 1r oa Snead. although winning the .. .,, ,
over U :: n n :; .
: ::
time before taking the checkered 7 ChuN..., |j H !| j| Ijj 1.3.. ; : lwLN ,:olec. I; =11: NI / 114th tournament of his career ,s... _Ow --- -- "'" o. .,., .....0-
D.t.... I AMIN iE record unmatched by any other .
flag 1M i r. :
The lead changed hands six "r.1 11 l71 II i! sis aM.nf / "a.ltlar..".''. .oarii nt j0.uiT a7"i' golfer, declared ruefully: LAKELAND TIGERS GROW UP Two ...."'bo" .f bit fin. ararlt to awls| .t pitch by U Ral.<*... In ....". I"..,.,.. R..

times before Petty took the lead .5VCN"n: MUULTS I IL lw"ATU B ........ ar.I "I still can't putt. I hit a 10- aummar't LoboUnd Tlor MW area ,......., In the Tier low. foetal Hi. f.rm"r Lakol. ....d Firth (..."' ., sad f...,.. him
T.ren: a, Mm>. Val i 1nY'v. I .0 T asi 1 tai islet. and ,that the forty Conti aq.*..1 (am*. At .left lorry Rojoa (46)) L..I.. ... but Chrlrtin ..
for keeps. D..,... a. e.,. I.IUND..V' I ': : footer today was gee two hit, Umpire, I. S........ LEDGER
Petty said his blue 1964 Plymouth China a. aj.atan. .a11VLTt. ",,'. .lahaNlV'l1oa"s! AYu1t5TN yjrk .... longest one I had the whole .......l boxwMpj, pop up to tint .......... Catcher It Don Bryant Fhotoa ky H.h..1Chamu )

: handled beautifully despite Terant Dtlro a 4.,Montreal N<.. Vark a. .. ::::'.r;::.lNaid: L.. An.tl.t 101. tournament." sad empire Is G..' SDI..." af L....'..... At right, Mike Chnt-



!O J+ (Monday, Feb. 2t, lilt I .

I SPORTS OF THE TIMES LAKELAND LEDGER, 1 ,w.wr'g ---"" .,.;. .Y}. Y.. {,},

I'I /rent SNUITS
1 By Tha A.Not., P.
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A I I............. IMKj, Cuka, autvainta
YoungsterIn I...... mvaraj. la/N Aro.nbn t..
MIKICO CITV-Mlkuat Cattr, MN).
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b. I. Bantam-......
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@ rrb ]Jerk !Qimre should knock me out" he said CASE NO. J4....t..7J

"I'll crawl like this and kiss f.AKl.LAM Hit.I.M PltlVK IN I IIIIKA'IKK
his feet. He kissed the ring tot'Duration. !

moment Cassius Marcellus corner jumped up and salaa "hahillff' ,

Clay may very well be to I
med. "You are the greatest GEOnOIO Ll'TIIPR PRAnSON,

borrow his own florid description I'll say to him-and I'll leave IMfrod.nl INtU q I r .

of himself- the "prettiest NOTICE OF SAL ,
and greatest" of aU heavy- the country. Of C..TCH-Th. are ,.rt ol tho IS ipKkl cuh Notice la hrrrhy. alvcn iiurananllo
blue a Finn PTC iv. of forleiur7
wearing a
Clay was
weight fighters. Before tomorrow ... the beds hi Uk "Urci k> lvl McDoit*!ld .f Ncihvlllc, "! >'<., eonl.f dRINI February IR, "'.. and en.tere4 .
denim with red Announcing
zipper jacket
In rhnnory ('na Number
midnight however the I ,
lettered script across the back. .I. It-Si.173 of Ih* Olrrull Court '
situation could very well un- of Ih. Tenth JuillrlR.1' Clrrull In 'ti {''
dergo a rather violent meta. It said "Bear Huntin Ear r5'CompactKicker and for folk County, Klnrldnherein The First
lier he had worn' a fire engine I. A K R t. A N l> 11IUH I d,
red robe with white border a Florida' corporation, Inplnlntlff
that evening the loud and white letters across the lb. and IKOIU1K I.UTHKIIPRARNISN ; Annual
mouth from Louisville is likelyto In defendant I will aril
shoulders, proclaiming "CIS- lo th* high..! and bent bidder fur
have an awfully lot of vain due Clay The Greatest. man at th* Mouth J1'.ntJonr of

glorious boasts jammed down He surprisingly admittedthat tl-4 .folk riorlrta Cuunty, bvlv' Courlhou.Bar> tha) honra orI11XI -
tow i n
his throat by a ham-like fist he didn't expect to slay Has Lot Of Kick odofk A.M. and 1:00: ..','Ioo'k PROGRESSEDITION

belonging to Sonny Litton, the the Big Ugly Bear with one INSlh.I'. M. on. fallowing Ih. Kith d.acrllM-il day of Mnh tirnii i
who Is the s
malefic destroyer punch. erlvs.: nt forth In said Klnull i

of the world. The > to-...ltona .
champion ira,
"No, he said "one punch By FRED W. JONES IHI.Irw Moon Houa

Irritatingly confident Cassius won't do It. It will be steady Editor Trallr.I Idi-ntlfliatlon No. "

enters this bout with one trif taps like drops of water and Flshing-Hunting .912UIII..If.on. Till Celllfliat No ;.;;;.

ling handicap. He can't fights that's been known to drive a Severs! weeks ago when the 1964 outboard\ motors were Piled Ibis INN day of February,

well as he can talk. announced we wrote of them and the tremendous improvements I R4.
man crazy. When I hit like (IJI.ALI I>. H. KU1A.V JR Published The
To Be
If words were punches, Lls that somethin' gotta give. I that had been made In recent years. Clerk of th. I: 'a By

ton would be so cut and bleed. have not revealed half my The new models ran all the way from the tiny kickers'up '' IT-Tlfi Circuit Court

.f ing that he'd be begging for ability In this gymnasium. to big motors designed to drive large cruisers nt comparatively NOTICE; or SAL. LAKELAND LEDGER

I mercy. That childhood jingle If he Is to be taken at his high speeds. AU Ire now efficient dependable TO WHOM ir MAY C'UN'lOnN. x
has lost none of its validity: power You *r* hrrrhy nntlflrd that the
word he still doesn't have '
fallowing motorrhlilr -
\ Sticks and stones may break much. He's as fast as he says plants. silos Ford 4 Sr. ..d.n. : ti '- Saturday, March 28th
But the models
bones but names will never we were most enthusiastic about were the H>IA1tIT7TU4III
hurt me. It would seem that he He's Is bigger, perhaps than even Litton faster.at 218 new "compactl"-mDtorl of a different design. We were enthusiastic ,... h* Hold on Ih HI. pulillc 9rtf flay axle of at Mach 10'00ilnrk IT'S TIME WE TOLD

Yon Cassius doth waste his about these for a series of reasons Including: INAe. at Paul NaOor Motorn, 1017 I '''PL44y}
pounds but woefully younger K. Main HI., Ijikrland. Florida
breath. They really are compact being eight or 10 inches shorter
at. an inexperienced 22 yearsof 'rho| piwwdn of ir* NIe "'lll h.
After his final sparring session age. Virtually all of his than motors In tho same horse power class produced In pre. applied to Ihs patinvnl of lh..comof ,, :::tea>w> THE WORLD ABOUT
nd al of
miking, aiming( >
In the seedy old Fifth competitive background came vious years. They set low on the boat, lowering the centerof role motor vrhlila and the tout ofimlilliallun '

Street Gymnasium the other from the amateur ranks and gravity, making it much easier to cast and troll from the of mttli. of aal* and:

day-he was to shift a day he still fights alarmingly like boat. then lo* d'. e. under Milpfucilnn In* rontractHh of IdsPbaton' 1 ir POLK COUNTY'SDECISION

later auditorium to the Cassius more antiseptic sat a an amateur This compactness In addition to the added safety and con / 1r"I.\ I.Hoi, and( 5.lIi n ikrlanrtKin va (Ilux. : I

on The Louisville Lip holds his venience makes them easier to load Into the trunk of your ., "",'.rlnl Hi* financing of;
chain Inside the ring ropes and .ild motor vchlil. Any auiplur.III '
hands too low and he has a car and decreases the weight. The manufacturers list themat
talked and talked. He kept l>. |>ald to ton and you will TOGO
rather fatal habit of jerking about 59 pounds 'mln llalil for any: balani. roo
two circular metal) .
jiggling "minimi unfold ender aald conAHKOOIATKR
weights In his hands while heysckety.yacked back his chin to avoid a Too, these models are being built in the 9.5 horse power Ir.e'

in somewhat punch. It should not be forgotten rating. This seemed to us to be about ideal for the man who f1114COl'NT7'Ulrl'sItA1'IO
Llston has longer \ : '
that a
self-conscious amusement The J JJJ J JJ JT..A By: THlbilt Mnllhrwa r AHEAD !
reach than most. Nor shouldit till H. Krnliliky Av.nilrlakeland
metal clicked he flicked oar TI./. Tu_... FN. ... 1..4. Mian Ilila, SI* ami
as be forgotten that any well. low !.a., Till ......, I.II ......, aun 1155, 5.5 ......1 ..... .. c.ml 6045."w Horldaina.mi
them from hand tr hand-and NN 6m,1 5.45 545" am.
schooled fighter has the know. INr THE CIRCUIT COURT Or '""I
from nowhere popped a "J JJ J
up Send Copies of The
how to take advantage of this THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rather haunting memory.It wants a comparatively light and small motor for fishing but 'f FLORIDA IN AND FOR

was the image of Capt. amateurish maneuver, even Including yet with power enough to get a small boat around in good OLK COUNTYIN DECADE FOR DECISION
armed CHANCERY 'tltlNUNiq' '
balls dur the stubby 4 .{..
steel ,
Queeg clicking SUIT TO FORECLOSE Progress Edition
Marciano shape.And
ing the Caine Mutiny court Rocky the 9.S horse power size has another advantage. For MORTGAGE RELItr nbyl'Y'
Harry (Kid) Mathews was AND OTHER I To Your Friends.
martial. And Queeg was slowly dan ofa the rules of the U. S. Coast Guard and many states, Including CASt NO. IZT1I-12.M

going nuts at the onrush of a swift boxer moving when fancy he met the Florida, exclude boats from having to be registered and numbered a.ARXOriAl rorpoiallun. FINANCE, INC let's "Brag-A-Lirtl*)" About Polkr.Yr .
dreaded. On the
he :
something Blockbuster. Then he jerked when powered with motors of "not more than 10 horse halntlff.IPRAUI .
surface, though, Cassius shows -" I'I'0
of the Imminenceof back his head when the Rock power. I. BAII.Y andItnil '
no awareness + EACHCOPY
disaster. came at him. A left hook came Thus It seemed to us, when the motors were first an 1. BAII.Y IxfindanlaNOTICI ,

V ff He's lighthearted and breezy whistling after the retreatingchin nounced here at last was a motor for the fisherman that had, or {ALI "

and has just enough twinkle and Mathews abruptly for the first time In many years, a really different and sensible NotliiIn a sins hrrvhy Iwcri-a (of l\n form uurnunnlIn Inaiirrlatfed i ENCLOSED

' hit the deck with the seat of ., r-Fbriiiir I1"41. anil .nlorrd -
take most of
in his to ,
eyes In fan Numb.rU7I8U.r.O Mail' This To
t his breeches. And Llston's left So after of these started flianrnry 4' : or Bring Coupon IN A
Y the obnoxiousness from the we wrote motors, we haunting at tha Clii'nit rourl ofTenth ;

wild words he utters. When hook Is his best punch. the show rooms of the local I dealers. We were Itching to see th. Jurllilal riiinit In and 3 COLORFULWRAPPER
wl I train
h.r folk County KlorlrtH
they are imprisoned in print, Clay looked dreadful In his one "in person" rather than just in photos and statistics.But AXMIirlATrM: KINAM'K, Imor.IHiraliHl ' THE LAKELAND LEDGER

however the twinkle is never next-to4ast boxing session. Hedidn't we learned that everyone else was Itching to get their : : a anil Hnrlrin I < I : I"';.r'r.'ITif.: :: Irplnlnllfl P O. BOX 408

captured and Cassius just be. show a good jab, a good hands on them too, and the local dealers didn't get any in id KIJ1H U BAII.Y ar. d.fiMid- ,
nauseous. hook, a good cross a good iiln. I will HI to Ih* hmhrm and Corner of Missouri tr Lima
for some time. 1,7.1 blildur fur CKi-h at lh' Koulh C
"I've been fightin' since I combination or a good any. Front Hour of if. I'oik 'ouniy I Lakeland, Florida 2 5

was 12 years old," he says thing. One sparring partner Tryout Satisfies 'Itching'However Cnurllimiae( ll the hnuta Hallow of II Florida.ntl> olelm'klA |he.WM : Enclose 25c each for tingle
hooked in at will
with grin, "AndI Cody Jones
an engaging M. and 1:1111: cluck P.M. on ihp

learned how to protect my to jaw and body. If Cassius we finally got to see one and try it out (on a Inch fillY of March, IHII4,,..the followIni copies or $1.00 for 5 copies

beautiful face. Now you take was studying defensive count. big'old flat bottom fishing boat with a live well) at the meetIng auld dcKcrllH-d Klnal property Dre, to-wit*ct foithIn Y.M1r EACH OR

Floyd Patterson. He was too ers by permitting this, he of the Florida Outdoor Writers In Welaka early in the One Ml Pacemaker tl ft. MAILED FREE
fibr ma.. boot..er #om:.
dumb to back up but I'm so sure waited until the last minute winter when the Johnson Co. had representatives there with fhrvuler Kuper (.re...." .:nlll.... Anywhere 'in the U. S. or Canada

fast that not even ..Iow.motionpicture. do do it their new boats and motors. ISIllll'-Her. .7 !> llKalon I .
Drive Her
can catch me I prom. There was one thing though. But, this did satisfy us In many ways and we still had Plen. .r.Mlml'"n| Mm Hi hon anA I 5

tae this. that Cassius did with consummate Kadln llimiH7 I 'I I am enclosing $ . .
you the itch the little would do decent fish-
to see what thing on a Dated Ihla mth day of February.
and when he Ii i Pleas* Mail the Decade for Decision
With that he leaped up skill It was ._fit + I
ing boat-not a barge. So, we haunted the show rooms of !
dropped to all fours. Then he was shadow boxing In front of ([HKAI.I n II. KIX1AN JR. Progress Edition Tot
the local dealers some more. ricrk. of Ih.
started to crawl across the a mirror. The mirror gave him
riixnlt Court
And this past week that haunting paid off when Bud FOR
ring to a corner, throwing an exquisite opportunity to admire D-Til btM1b ti'y

words over his shoulders at himself. H* took full advantage Wiget of Lakeland Marine Supply Inc., our local Johnson I iiTMT" COUROF '

of It.BOWLING. dealer, called to say he had a "spare" which we could try out. THE TENTH JUDICIAL' .CIRCUITMMU.I
he moved AND FOR
Well, try it out we did-and were more than satisfied we FOLK COUNTY ::

had made a good guess when we wrote these new compacts IN CIANCLRY.MORTOAOE I
I would be the thing for the fisherman. CASE NO {121&7..2.

LOLA )IISAUI.h.Y. :: :
both I
It exceeded the manufacturers claims and our expec PIintlftl E
v-e LseausFIbrim.m ".... S04 L... M"nbl. Ml. tations. We found the motor-9.5 hp-to weigh or.ly 55 actual ._ and . . .

. W II L.I I .. H." .d.tot. 537.tiaill.k > pounds no more than the $4 hP motor we've been using for 1'A'ran I I I.:It BAI-LKSLltK H HAI.I.KNOKK his )) I

I L t... . . 12 4 ........ ua ... talitti, Oana Harm wits. ) : MAILED
I: : ..." II S 1-101, H..., Wallan, S-I"III J... Mall: lome years Dif'lldHnta. t

4 Mill CNunkw.barn MTIMI IMS, .!... .0 Chunk.M (. 5 Ni Wq, 1.3,1 T.l,'.harmaaT'il'ic.I;| 11. ..Ch.rW45h1u5 *'::1: And it drove our aluminum 12-foot lapstrake.style boat at NOTICE TO DEFEND I 1 NAME

Nis .... Smith 5.7.5.,blot.... ass / S-Ti sL 25 mph with one person and 20 mph with two average-sUe UTATK UK H HXHII. HAIAKNURK: T,1. and
>.h ".** ..!*.! loai, C.un5* IIAUM.H. FREE
Huh in/,.. u.l _..., ill. a UK .... vuIrr u..oufWsn men. However, possibly of more importance, it also drove 'A IKY I. BALI.KNDI: :i II" wife. I I
,. ** KNOWN KbtilIIK.VCK :
N.Nnh lefi-niUnta, I.AHP -
dividual tam.i 120. slip P,.. I. *"*. .... 711* II o that same boat with either one or two men at a speed of AND ADIiltKHrl
f,... I. Kan Hair Fathlana II II
DAM/ I. h','. lunlan Antl II no more than two miles per hour when throttled down-at Hnnla I. Hulnhiir Hprlns Hold I IN ___ Anywhere
1M Billr, .../..., 21*. Jack Mutaht."SPLITS 4. Smith....*,.> II II PW I banon, Ohio :}
H,.h team _,... Lala" "a unland' least as slow as our old 5'/j' would run. You urn hrrrby nntlflad that tharapllnnrd CITY STATE
I.'. Clayton .._.. VMan tr: '. Plaintiff rma fllid I a . . In the
M.r..n. dab ..">.t"lMutcurani ..7-It, 5N Mart lama LMa'. SimlaOAMM .. All in all we can boil this try out down to-the new 9.S"compact" ( analniit In tha above
omplalnt you
I.7, '. 50.
245 kickers, which several months we advised itylrd mnrlnAna forarloaura anilin
JOC'I L.u fttill.. 222.. III t D,... 1'..'11. ago tha follnvlnF. ilr.i-rllird, Ifinda.' U.S.
POLK I..IAL fishermen to wait and watch for because we thought they'dprove
111. Ivlnic and h.Io,. alniRlr In I'olk NAME

I MNAghdlCND. .0:' Martin ITI .OAMISannla INS, Ann 5/1.7., to be the answer to their prayers-are all we had hoped ('01111" t'I,"hi... in wit
2 .. St 1/ II' Mnulh H.O f.fl, sal 'lh" Kant
.. 155 M...' /eAnbn or
hu .11.
1. l''l"Ju.rt.; .in. 5/y ft1y, 12 10', Olt.... N.mdbnell. "....: for and more. 1/3 nf the N..h....' '.4 nt Ih*
.. 10.. I .lum"n. N .Vann. nil, h,. IM. 1111 5 d..:1 I of lhi Nurlhwrat ADDRESS
.Vte".CI Hmithoaat 4
N,, .., a-ll MM c.,... 12. 114, 15.1.7 0.1,..,. .: In fact we could find only one thing wrong with them- HI 17
.. M.. IM H .r Harilon 1'0..nohl" Canada
N. Warn thrln Club ...,. D....... INS, D,..1 N1/.1
,;;.. ..II. IT4Mi .**, Luailn' ........-. ITt. you cannot afford to buy a new motor or trade your old one Month, It.nno (3 I'BBI: o"cnrd'I.e

..n n inCivitfual mlrvau.l.nwt wrMt L5nn5(ill 0........ Lay 40*1..11.IMII.1/*, don't make the mistake of haunting the show rooms and I thn to I'lihlln plat trrrrof Kocurdi rmnrdpd of folk In STATI .

111 245 esMlf "' .j" one out as we did, for they are practically irresistablel fount. Horl.lH. . . . .
.,ll D.....6 Ull .o. w....., 214L. Jots PROS = ond you are rmulrrd t .
..... ..'I. JlOl Carl ......n. 7thOrenh0014th Outtar Duttart . H II LOI'.'I t LtOAL AOVLRTItMLNT. ropy of your An....., to oiniilxlnt ORDERYOURS
"4iraniwi U. M4itha .. . .n Ihs I'lalntlffa .KorueVf, TIIU1AVO -
I. H..d. 2. I.
.... I -NOTTc'ociliOIT Ati-
*.. W.II" aa'ittt .. 7..11. GN itif 21 Plans nuBCKTH. P u DrrrIjikelnn.l.
Bill .. *> 7 Pony Loop NAME
Nt4nI 4. Cutter Claua 27 I I I IN THC COUNTY JUDOl'S U'. Klurliln' .mil flln:
4.at. ___ .d.I' H.... ...... ...... H.. ,....>. lMiah 0.H. COURT IN AND FOR ''h. orlnliml III Ilia Offlfi of -
INTIH CITY ..lb.m W_ NMIsis.. 7451. Meeting Tonight FOLK COUNTY FLORIDAIN Clerk of Ih. ('(null fuuit on th.1 I ''t
W L tntfivrfual *ama. "745 Frair UK: KHTVI: OK
l.rfora th* tin doy of Match A ADDRESS
1'0' 5 NOW!
|. l........ .l 1'>... }' II '', H.., /ndl.dwl ..'1.... "',. Prar Coaches and managers for KKILIM1IA WILSON IU81. I ?x
I e i m>rei 1I".d
.. tea. If fall to do o derN pro
,... II 11 I you
I. Ls.. 5O0i Nu5n/0 ITS aARa_ the teams In the Kathleen To All rrvdltnn and Pr-raona Hav- 1.011.45 will\ b* rninrd: Jmainut 1.
11. Wne .. ,.. 1:2. I ",.. 11 Claim n. .
5'l Inc Dim.nda
Me.L.m: Nr,45t WnN n 1 Pony League will be named or Asalnat you for th* relief demanded In CITY STATE

N N.,..." b.m,nerdY.l....." .w'..6145,... lib.'"''L.''...n.... for the coming season at a, Mali You tulala: and rich of you ara harabv Ih. Cempl.InLWITN5NN my hand and offlrl.l . . . ..

.... IMrdual .2."., lib L.,15N. Basketball Scores meeting at 7:30 p.m. today In "llfled to filen dunllrala' allM.Ims teal of office at Harlow Polk I -
and demands *Nrli nuhave of
County, Klm-lita, thli XHth :
1)8. OaMf the Kathleen Junior High again' the axtata or KRTU ) "le'17
see urusoar COLLSO Jo 11141 '
D. ........... 201' H..... O..,aod.. Sr Th, A,_..t"" P..e School cafeterU. HAHA WILSON dccraard In the nuar3' l). H KLOAN. JR. t NAME
IU, 20": 50 W.ii....... nl JM Nun00 ( off)... of Hicham A B.on.nn.c'"un. flork of circuit Court L
... ..... Lul.N. 255. 222: It. J_." 4*. VillanaviAIT n.I. The schedule for tryoutswill SEAL
c.. N.u.' 221'... lOch J.... c.....> U'. .. ........._. 7*. /.......... 7S INS fnurt 7 llouaa Judea,at at llnrtow.hi. nfflco Florida In the By Dnrothy llunn ,gr?+Z"'i; {
discussed the meet
TIII.NOLS M. PMnNWNb ... be at Deputy ClerkR
CL.'CW.. LI ..n..... 71 .-..* ... .lIhln .1. cni.ndar mnnlh. from ___ lYdE ADORns
nns- _
A.1 It..,. a TV.' ...... ... O..MSUrlh N. ing.All '.hru.., I, IHI4 wrl. a. T V. Nth .00it I..' ...... a*. Harvard I* Interested adults are d..t. nf the flrt puiillnatinn rfnotlra ;
50 _.. 71. Satan Mall 77. This !
/ifth rlomaml
o 3..ubh.Meelm17r525.. ..ii.. .. ", ".'. '.* F.. ...... ... urged to attend as there are m..t h* In mrllln.rlalm, mint or ante thepile. fHA VA 1 CITY STATE
u.h.nW20 .
1' .
N.h H.." ........... .n0N .. ,... H.>mhur', C._h q*2 0.WtfnnfttariW.,...... it.'I.I still league vacancies and duties nf rrftldcnro and nrmt ntfle.N11dr. MORTGAGE LOANS
.. ,,d"duals 50,20. .... army ... hnn ... 17.t ..a of tha rlalltiant Inunt b.
N.. c..,..... N o.l.rw,5.4w. ... 12'a. that need to be filled. ......m to ..nmud ha filed .. FIRST MORTGAGE CORP. II
M.e l".iv.al ...." Frank w. I ......,. ISMt .f5r.Nld or 01... .am. will ho.conk Or FLORIDA
*". T_.', .7. .n U. ... MIIVICI it OUR IU>INIH"to
tot CaNes ........ .. c.,..,. .a.Lafavatta Lose void' .. "...111 A.*. j _
,. .. .,.... in 545..' ...Ir fmuh, 551... Xff. ,ina" .4IOUTH VonBrauners W RAT FnnTNF.R j INNS "U ..IU' .....I..
? .. Adminl.lrntor
202' II."... .. U' U" 0 52No" 1 Out455 N
215. 2U. .......... 3.wP20.0 N." Team TitleThe ".111 I
201'.' 21.1I..n' M"_., k i5.... 7121N ,I....._... ._._. Aub0.. rDufca Tag -
20th' 201 J. 1. RM. U., ... M., 1561t.d15 team title belt own.
A. Onrn .9s tag
... .
71rSnY WISn 221 IS.r 0..04. H. :
N.nrr. R4517I H., "... 41255.. H., D... 020.,5. ,. M ,. ed by the Von Brauner broth. a :
Jill ""I Cr.uch Suk N. lih'n'suw |2Mm"OrManWa terN.
*,'.' '2\1.' a'.YI 1VMnN,1 .. 7451 Id 1.. en. is now in the safe keepingof
f. .
..,,*. ait. ... .1RIN II w. ."..,INNS..... 7 575."5.,......l lna Taan 15 7T. AI and Ramon Torres of 0

fun ........ .... L..r "or. uls.ar0Ni "0....'tan i4arfelt I*.*L.l,.inviMaFlari .7*n. California 62

:5AOU N C. ...ita II N. C...".. ., The Californians defeated the '
w LO.dIN Furma" 7* Virani. Mil. 14 latl.
D....'. II UI ...... ... 71 Tulana 71I VonBrauneri Saturday night to BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED '
I. .,.,... .._ ...
.... 5I. 21 17 T*
I/II mYMbn'n. II Jt tau.,ana ItOaa. H. .'H. H. win the tag crown. They used a CHEVY II I I
..11 .. ....... .. .. .... IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL INFORMATIVE
.. ..,.......... U. W. 17..IOWIIT toe hold with use of the upper -
H... ...... 5N,20t ..11 PW7'55547, ......,.... '
... 505..., l.MNSM CNh P- '01.i w. >ntn I* ropes to get the pin.
JIM.M M...... e..t. N. ..... 15. Big Ike Eakins defeated T N. 5 To Choose From
....,...u.1 117.to' Carl
OhM (.... 72 N............. II 4"+
u.; al..'alts52"..' Carl M.ryen ""._ ... ....-.. ,.. T. Napolitan and Billy Parka THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY
721 C....N L..... ... M.r.uatta SI.II .
11, D..... .....,.. 53 ...... ...... .'I. downed Swede Crusher Karlson $1295PENDARVIS '
.._. ... ..... ... IN WORDS
...... u. 223 715 Nit sal no.... 5515 C.h re.u."..... ... via disqualification in other + ,

55 35l. 20'1M 1e1N Moe....lan *UI. .*1. lawa a*. matches on the Armory card
.. II. U' ..._u"> { 7*. Ohlahama. *t '!. PICTURES and ADVERTISING!
c. M Ian Miami lOhwl M. ..._ Movlin .
'UNDOwiii; [ .1... OrMn 11, w M.5". SI
W. L. ......... 17 N45w 7*.
.1 UI. N.b.N...:. 17 Iwo Stata IS.TaMa 1.x51.(1 5050$. ,,
I. A.Io '" 5.56 .. N f1x 112. Mar.hall IJ NOTE: To have your firm represented
0.1 c.
Lean' 7455,45 N )Io 0",. U. II.Taaaa NMI ..... ... .

t.z......M2N L'.L..II. Mwd NN.h c.".. .... ..OUTHW'.. Arkanut."IT HERNDONAGENCY CHEVROLET CO. in this issue call -
1/INt T.... 7201 54. t. .........1 n (
7451Kh Mm,. Ca., Arm Urinal 310 N., florlda Are.t .
bun lamal ,..na 14 Mw Ma.,ea 4*. Bob Powell at 6861151'I
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IVIR p.,

I Helps Keep

) Peace In The FamilyCASE


Rll Doris F., aged on the low scores, you will

H, has a sister Jane who It add a great deal more zest to

16. the gam

"Dr. Crane" her mother Here at our farm home I In r

lamented. "the girls are always Indiana, we usually have a

quarrel crowd over the week-end, for

ing about their the two younger boys bring .

hou..holdchore. down 3 or 4 doctors with them
At TCMANrOM aurs rk RtOvt S eotndt1R3ros
plus Dental Hygienists or aNcr4 w'Mwxu'D '' RYx ANp MAsrlR f14 u5k
"If they are nurses or airplane stewardesses e-7'me 1Ieeic'ca mi sruwx we o- i Asb weCM K i i7MIPIFMW"
din Crane thus ngRlp } i NOWvi1 p/IIUITOA) mrsANDA
the Mrs
to prepare + t I THE QNLIALMeR MAU eUIE THE
ner dishes, then meals for 10 to IS routinely I ,TUN61k Ik NId vtACe J-i

they argue alto But after the dinner Is over, -. p. a I
who shall we sit down to a card game 1 i1 '

wash them versus .called "Oh, Heck. CItY : ; 'I71L

who shall We exempt Mrs. Crane, butI I- $

dry them. also sit In. And the two

"And this with the lowest scores are 0 0 0

keeps on with DR. CRANE stuck with the dishes !

reference to almost every task -AWE > J

assigned to them. REALLY have. spirited

"So it wears me out Just playing, for nobody wants to

listening to their debates. Is get one of those two bottom Y k

there any psychological strategy scores. 1s ---

by which to atop this Last time Daniel and I were

feuding? "It," so the rest gleefully

"And aren't boys Just as took pictures of us In our IrS NEARLYTvVOMOrJTHti 1 REALLY PULLED traJa

much addicted to such quarreling aprons, at the kitchen sink Now C>:>> NCecOISSS/ THIS. 71MB. HE;TtI ._.

too?" When our daughter Judy (rb1HA.eXTRAM'f'SUF'FeO'
was home for a visit, she got CLOSf.U1 Cutat 'IWT07HI5 YfeARS OfLENCAR. "
stow Molly (at, with e rtloacept "wttptn
well as girls stuck dish washer three ....
Yes. boys as as lllhra In t.. liter Jimmy Dttn tl ht Ktndttt, .hit. pert tf a deaf .. = '\ Wf
will feud with their siblings I times In one week.
(brothers and sisters) about Now the children actually); "Tht Jimmy Dais Sh..." Thwrit'ey (A5C-TV, f to 10 ,... BIT). ( w

Ala tutirifif as fhlt thtw. trt ce"' ."'." Corklft Maal[. .olcomrry '\
chores and even the larger ask their mother to let the un-
.wttrtrn tlnslnf' ''' Eddy Arnold. dJ
piece of cake.Children washed dishes pile up all day I' CL !

also re. nt having to add more zest to our eve W .........

tasks "forced" on tham They ning game! Try this ..tunt.It' Norman Vincent Peale II ,

don't like. to be "ordered"around tun.HeadOn.

Instead, they prefer to be Doubts Film To Be Hit ::::.."..':; := W M

free agents and do their own Crash
choosing.So .
parents can eliminate By BOB THOMAS city tour with his attractive ..,.. ,. -
you Kills AP Movie-Television Writer wife, during which he spoke oni PROPER
much of their quarreling Four In LITTLE
toward HOLLYWOOD (AP) How', behalf of the film. / ORRY i
plus resentment you GENT AREi4T YER,
tr by writing each task on a this for negative thinking? Nor. At an $850,000 cost, the Frank

separate card New JerseyCAMDEN man Vincent Peale has doubt!I Ross production stands a good

Then dump all the cards Intoa that his film biography will bt chance of paying off. However,

cardboard box or N.J. a box office success. It does go against the current
small ( ) An '
rn.. round oatmeal carton. Mix automobile went across three Dr. Peale the Ohio clergyman ,. trend of film fare, in which sex pC y'it

them thoroughly.Then lanes of the Benjamin Franklin whose "Power of Posltivi! comedies predominate.

have a "drawing" at Bridge and collided with a Phil. Thinking" sold 2.5 million hardcover .. Today's movies, said Dr.

the dinner tablet adelphla-bound car carryIng books and a million in paperback ,. Peale, reflect the moral shape

Let each child take Its turn three persons Sunday All four Is the subject of a new/ America Is In,

at reaching Inside the box to persons In the cars died. movie, "One Man's Way." "Morally this country is In a
card. "I hope it's a success becaust! Ullspin-or perhaps I should
pull out a Police said the driver of thirst
I think It's a fine picture with I >ay a downward spiral," he L.
car, Gordon Martorano, 20,
I powerful message, he said. said. "It reminds me of France, 224d
will be his of Camden, have fallen
"But I would be inclined U where men would come 'up tot _
chore such as washing the asleep at the wheel as he came It's chances It doesn'l
doubt t you In a cafe and try to sell you
dishes. downhill toward the toll booth seem to be the kind of film thai t t I postcard Now you can buy
This strategy reduces thechild' on the New Jersey side of the' AP Writer Lives It Up
the public is going for theseday. i such material from any newsstand
hostility to parents for eight-lane bridge that link .." in this country."I I

It seems to make "chance" Camden and Philadelphia. Wife Mora Positive "
used to be appalled at the I
responsible for his task. In the Philadelphia-bound car As Proc/ucer-For-A
"Oh, I think you're wrong,, kind of movies that were madein
tends to blame Craven L, Goodman Sr
Thus he were The ."' t
France. Now we're making
dear said
Mrs more
himself or his own "bad luck"If 39, a tailor from Camden; his "I think it wUl bt I, the same kind here. By JAMES BACONAP the: greatest creen lover since11Ernest :
he gets stuck with the choreof wife, Maxine, 33; and Mrs. Carmel positively. Tofefc8";
/ Movlt-TelevUlon Writer )
very popular. "I see no hope for coming out s
dishes instead of F. Gardner 33.
washing them. If "One Man'Way" doesn'tsucceed : of this downward spiral until we Sta HOLLYWOOD (AP) Movie Said Hunter"This may drlvif
drying It won't be because Dr. hit bottom. When that happensthere rsk do me back t Judy Canvas"The
List other tasks, such as producers have fun and calledme
eate didn't try to help it. Hewas is only one way we can M\l d.y. Hunter
the store or washing I'll prove it.
going to Elected h4 id "You know
Tampan here near the end of a 12- go-up" up *% : ,
windows or mowing the lawnor I was a producer for a day. It you establishes a new first for

carrying out ashes or washing Impel was wild. Champagne, pretty Hollywood,'*
President Of
the car etc. secretaries and kiss after kiss
'The Gambling Heart' .r,, Before Could, answer, Hunter
For variation, you can also from Sandra Dee. continued "''-ou have a son

combine allotment" family of chores.fun with this Geography GroupORLANDO Droves Crashing Bore i'By Carroll Righter will There shout are publicity some people because who Roger? Rifclit B,ft;>?". a professionalactor

Assemble the family around Ross Hunter let me take over "You didn't give him a job?
(AP)-Dr. Robert I
the table and start some By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP on NBC war a continuation of .
I Fuson "I'd Rather be Rich, starring right?
In which each person geography professor at I feud between the
game Television-Radio Writer programand
Miss Dee Goulet "You the only
t t he University of South Florida Robert and fro' now
----- -
Individual score. ---
gets an NEW YORK (AP) "The Jack Pear whose hour Andy Williams producer Hollywood who
lowest i in Tampa, was elected president Monday Feb. 24, 1M4
Then the scorer show follows It. Pear Is unhappy on new avenues of endeavor. "
: of the Gambling Heart" on NBC Sun Beware of such for never hired s relative.
Saturday newly formed people
washes the dinner dishes about the size of the GENERAL TENDENCIES Listen carefully to their sug
while the one with the next' I Florida Society of Geographers day night, alt, original comedyby audience he Inherits from the A day to think out how gestions. Don't lose time in they are troublemakers. --
the eminent film and tele- you
poorest score must dry them. Vice president-Ney Landrum, vision> writer Horton Foote, was revue. can please and charm others adopting best Ideas.CAPRICORN Questions Brings Invitation 9-Y ea--Old Boy
By thus placing penalty xecutive director of the Florida Toward the end of (Dec. 22 to
I by not only Improving your ap
-. Outdoor Recreation acted by a skillful company of How it all came about was
r---------- Department, voice announced In crisp tones by treatmentsat Jan 20) A new and better
pearance taking
Tallahassee. players It was given a lavish method for quite simple For years I've had Said MissingIn
: production. It was a tedious, that "through circumstances beauty salon or barber discharging your letters asking: "Just what does
1 Secretary-Dr. Robert Marcus.
1 beyond control the Jack obligations can be found now.
I our shop, but also by having a "
unfunny bore. a producer do?
professor of geography st University Get all of work done
1 1p Pear show follows Immediate. ready and contagious smile your efficiently Arizona
of Florida, Gainesville. The plot concerned an '1- ly." for whomever you come in and quickly. Eveningcan So, I put the question to

1a Treasurer-Miss Joan DuBois, gressive mother with two Pear came on with his pre- contact. Take time out to show be very happy with mate. Hunter, one of the more successful PRESCOf. Arl. (AP) -
/ One married
.1 Winter Garden High School geography daughters. was topompous taped show, opening his mono you are understanding of the AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb producer In the bus- More than J00(/( persons were

1 teacher. a The ,other money-mad was marriedto promoter logue with more complaints need of other for affection. 19) You can easily come to mess Hunter once was an actor, combing toe| snow covered

a 1-A, 1e AT THE THEATERS a humble owner of a dry about "TW3" and calling it, ARIES (March 21 to April terms with persons you wantas playing Canova the love Interest In all mountain area south of Prescott -

.tI! '. cleaning store The action among other names, "HenryMorgan' 19) You have every chance associates In days to come. Judy movies He's doing for a A.. 'sr.old boy missing
,. .. original amateurhour At any rate, better understanding better now.
since midivfnihg Sunday.
/ 'LMUND DII'V.-'N' swirled around some oil stock now to get your finest plant
Tod and Tom.rroa "Th. Pflu"a.ova ." The rest of his mono to key people who can consider Is important now. He suggested I take over his Yavapal bounty sheriffs officers I.
.nil "R.mme" on which the dry cleaner had
: AIRLINEOpportunities : : TIf.A.II all his logue was In embarrassinglypoor them seriously. Later, Reach it by being coopera Job for a day to find out. He said Permit Hargus of
; roDAUuiIhron.b Wt: "....n timidly gambled savings -
taste. gave one suggestion: "Remem froma
goaded on by his mother. be generous with others. Increase tive.PISCES Mesa. Arm,, .I"ed away
LAMILAI DtlVS-IN (Feb. 20 to March ber, you're the boss"I Slid
TodToon. .and tomorrow. four for in-law and the big talking popularity and pres. YMCA c" \ip. Deputies
t : \ Tears" .ad..OLII'Sn TlfUT.1I. WI"d '" "'"." moter. pro Recommended tonight: "East 20) Keep busy at the many duties called In two pretty they found tracks In the snow

roar "Uirouin Thuridan Olobtl I AIIOXV /. Side, West Side," CBS, 10.)) tige.TAURUS (April 20 to May facing you and be more secretaries-Lucy Garcia and but that thel were oblitered by

S MIN AND WOMEN ep tart. TMI Tt R. (Negro Shouting-No Laughter I (EST-"The Street," markingthe 20) The sphere of your homeis cooperative where co-workers Anna Jane Sitton-and dictatedan a rapid th,-".

If to SS. him ,&,... tr...u.UM .. .Hllh. and ,,mos". "Red Llpi and There was a tremendous first step In a change In theshow' the best place for you to are concerned. Do what is order to a liquor store for,
l If tan tiuallfif. Tr.ln for {ILVIII MOON DIVt.K necessary for glowing health. six bottles of
a tsar format. Dom ,
1 ...'-A..pertunlh.. with ...."... 1 Tortar and :Tomorrow Ballad of \ amount of storming around and concentrate effort In AM. Perignon England Queen
: Reef." Find the suit, dress, etc., you 1955. One bottle each was sent
.. ,
1 lit! Airllnee M .. Aoent Ounfl.hlOTs1. Cjtl.n' yelling but no laughter In Later, be sure you do something -
: : t.r.h I 1 j m URNDAL' DllV" need I to the stars-the other three keptIn
Cammunicatienilt ) a "Wom. 0' before the constructive to increase
p OMratlent Atent. MoiteM.... Stti.nAaent. pU AVOMIli* WPAorlnK and 1r Rllan."willthe 'If.t:.,:.n 1 r';; dry my cleaner living room took his- profit and N.Y. Official abundance Time for growth IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN I the producer's office. Mother Ordered
Aunt O.t Fttt .
Tlikrt proper Btranirr TODAY he or she will be
,,,,......ti.". ..".- our name and. 1 HARTOW Outdoor ",.1 CldHAINn iccunty. i After all, Maurice Chevaliers Info Seclusion
.<....... tot Airline* Trainint Oivl-. 1 with the CITY Proprrlooser"-; Lake .Hilnn "Ixnr\nd ran.If an Ingratiating fellow like Says Sex ScandalNot GEMINI (May 21 to June one of those wonderful individuals also one of the stars. And he
... who think
?ion, Atlantic School, M IIS. 'Panic In Year Lrra"LAS can along knows champagne. During LONDON Mother -
In AM (Ap-Queen
p ./. Lakelant L....... 1p. [ WALES (Mate "Who'. II.." Wally Cox had played the dry 21) Some time spent big, expansive lines and will
Ward n, In' My Brdt' and "The to find the articles you most lunchtime I chatted over script Elizabeth, 63. w.s advised by
cleaner, he might have
81uNe.t Door"PLANT have know-how
the to make
f..e CTY-culloPI,Ctiarade" arseOurs. achieved some warmth for the WidespreadNEW need Is well employed. Think problems with Goulet and,her doctors FrWy not to under-
of DaiknrttH plans and through with
carry Williams but rid of them
rtIytD PLANT CITY-SUrllte dlr.lt lotto character. At it was, they were of own comforts for a change. got take any public| engagements
rlno "Whatever Happened 10 YORK them successfully Early teachto before the secretaries joined me for month.
".b_ Janet" (AP) Fire Show generosity with associates two
all brash, harsh and thoroughly
be and
V IN Op.n "RINo-"lo.lda'' "h.r.dr" Commissioner Edward Thompson well and sincerelywin practical to use She wa operated on for appendicitis
6:90T..I.M9 ''E8"INOoo", Vndrr the Yum unattractive, It was impossible abilities constructively since Lunch Lasts I Hours
Yum Tree and 'Clo For Croke"waucxyw said Saturday the sex scandal them over. inLondon hospitalon .
Btarllte "Charade to care what happened to anyof there is a tendency In this After thre hour
a lunch, I
Operation Btklnl that hit his department this MOON CHILDREN (June Feb 4 sod returned to Clarence
wrE HAVEN_Rl 'Beveii DayWNTE"HAVFH I them. week nature to be overlygenerousand visited the set. Director Jack House, her London home,
apparently was confinedto 22 to July 21) Any opportunityto
.. *
The NIVMye '' and -';Bttratel-H..n put., : pietaeNot one engine company, 'Increase income should be thereby give away alt Smlght was shooting a kissing last Sunday, ... bulletin signed
s.CwT.eMari.l Now Pear TWS Feud "We've Just about completedour seized now, provided It is that is earned. Teach to save scene with Sandra and Williams by the doctor mid: "The queen

"That Was the Week That Investigation and at this ethical. See that you add color It's Williams' first movie.. The mother continue to make nor

Was" on Friday night kickedoff point it appears that it has not and charm to surroundings. ReportedIn guy; was naturally shy about mal progress after her opera-
with satire on fair beyond the comfort be Drop kissing Sandra in front of 50 Ion."
a savage I gone one engine Enjoy more _
> Bergela employment practices, but the company." Thompson said. poised when others enter. people.

2 Cater' HifslTONIGHTI 1 Matins I I50c rest of the show proved rather The Investigation was ordered LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Heart Disease As the boss, I stopped the INCOME TAX

'TII 3 ptn slow going. I Friday by Mayor Robert F. A little searching around finds cameras and proceeded to show Gt arlb
AT P.e.'Npaces JM -NOW- The spiciest bit of the evening Wagner after Thompson suspended you the right barber, hairdresser Death Rate Andy how to kiss a pretty girl! A BIpac; JIf Service
It took 15 rehearsals
IINA".A the captain of Engine wardrobe, you have R. G. JENNINGS
"4 FOR TEXAS"AT 511..1 .t. Company 35 and four firemen on been t for time. I Said Smlght: "If this weren't .
I ttSXoflOUSlNEW seeking 11 N. ,'..' .
1 i00.1 i06Si196.111Tt10 I .u A ot0f
flu \lor" Elm,
he last
charges of allowing "streetwalk Then out and be a hit { day of the picture, I'd >oa MU t.,," MO ,.ten
t:It ONLTIBSTHSIt NEW YORK The first recast Bacon In this part. He's U Y.... It *?.a 7N MrvN.a *
ers" to Invade the
WILLIAMS sleeping wherever you go. Increase downturn in the death rate ,
'Raw Wind.. In Idsn"TONIGHT quarters of the firehouse, on the I cultural attainments. from heart and blood vessel

sa1Mi --- .v Nigro upper East Side.National VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) disorders
I I' among middleagedmen
You are easily able to get
I ,yl l'r I sowane weI has occurred accordingto
? I Now SNOWING I Ie Science own duties performed nicely the American Heart Association
and still have time to assist in its annual report ti w 1

and TUESDAYS w e.K 1)BitiAe4Mr. others. Delight them with your "The significance of this development

S.- HIT*-i ) Foundation Gives thoughtfulness. Much success Is greater than the

MAHTV AT "M MOIIINS AND ,,.,'1 In Bob to will then come to you In the heartening fact alone" wrote

"ALLAD Of A Funds "future. Dr. John J. Sampson, president .
hope University LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
GUN FIGHT[!" STARTS THURSDAY of the association, in a I
Carry through with plan that foreword to the report.

JOHN AT SI4S.WAYNe ONLY.InN GAINESVILLE (AP) The mean Joining forces with good "For many years," he continued Just tell us how much money you needto

Denevan't Reef "A ROARING University of Florida received friends. Use common sense ap- "the death rate from pay bills for home Improvements, car
ENTERTAINMENTS" three National Science Founda proach. You can make excellent -
cardiovascular disease
among repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal
Niw r.rt lN.Trn tion grants totaling $47,800 to new contacts through men aged 45-64 had been

IiiIiI&&l provide research opportunitiesfor such activities, tooSCORPIO creeping upward In the U.S., expenses Phone for prompt Stfi/

J LAfWJ5TasTt college teachers of chemistry (Oct. 23 to Nov. In discouraging contrast with LOANS UP TO $6OOFAMILY

and physics this summer 21)) Doing your patriotic duty ,
1'..'" far S Xere ... MHoa steadily declining rate i
., Jaseat The grants were: and backing your leaders loyally among women of the same age
',M .11,.. In Coltr"RAM'AGI" rseeayLISTON.CLaY $13,500! tor a physics and 'raises esteem of those in -and indeed, among all other 1

FleeT PILM astronomy research program your community.. A raise cane age groupings under 61. This :
"sank.rt "Mtchum.....0.". from June 15 to Aug. 21. > in the offing, too. f alit trend appears now to have .

lasrsuetaasI.M.Nn $18,500 for a chemistry pro lecomes easier, more pleas been reversed."
Shown A' t tt Only' FINANCE SERVICE INC.
PRIZE"In IMDWM NSXT ATTRACTION gram from June II to Aug 21 ant.SAGITTARIUS The drop in the cardiovascular ,
C.lar f i Newman" $13,100 for nuclear and electron (Nov. 22 to death rate for that group of Lakeland

M...."..r4..'O 10.. .........",...n "Captain spin resonance research Dec. 21)) Interesting new personalities was 6 per cent for the decade 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor . ,MU 27183't f
I from Aug. 10 to 22. can enlighten you 1950 to 1960.

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DEAR ABBY About two years ago you had I whole column DEAR ABBY My husband smoked like I chimney. He / [RS/ '} Itr 6AITS ER ( tJ f BEFORE' M3UFRItNDk '[AS ROYAL THE QUEEN- THAT'S

of letters on how to quit smoking. Would you please consider had a lung X-ray taken at the suggestion of his physician. A BERTIE JPUULTHE TRIGGER.I'AVE PERMISSION DIFFERENTHI**
running again? dark shadow was discovered on his lung. Fortunately It was PL6A5f4a/ STOP DRAWL/NC/ ,BUM flEtiTIE- TO KISS ANY AWAY, SIR II NOLOVAL
"NEEDS IT" IN PHILLY NOT cancer, but my husband snipped off that part of the P hblJl. TNEQUEEN:! I

DEAR "NEEDS IT"l With pleasure X-ray and taped It to a package of cigarettes. He carries It r, y voo.rIF

with him constantly and now every time he Is tempted to C" < < d ,tA l /I KITH

smoke, he looks atthat X-ray and takes I peppermint drop R
DEAR ABBY: My man smoked three packs cf cigarettes Instead.

a day and used up a whole box of muff too. He said that GRATEFUL

hit mouth felt like the bottom of I bird cage. He got I prescription *

from his doctor for something that was guaranteed DEAR ABBY: Here Is t proven method for overcomingthe

to curb his desIre for smoking I don't know what It was cigarette habit If a person smokes 40 cigarettes a day. / I q.lre'd

but I know I saw a miracle happen because my husband he .should cut down to 31 the first day 38 the second 37 the

hasn't smoked In four years. third and ao forth. It takes a lot of willpower but It I could

OLLIE'S WIFE do It (I was a four-pack-aday smoker for 32 years) anybodycan. _._ .
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DEAR ABBYi, One day 12 years ago I decided that smoking HER ALONG TUB WAY EASON wwv THEWE LOST WWJM HAS EXHAUSTED
was a filthy stupid and expensive habit, so I made up my peychologist 1 THOSE SIGNALS WERE BY JUSTA FEW HER SIGNALS. MOON MAID'S MYSTERIOUS
once told me that In orderto MOON FEETr BUILT-IN POWERS. THE 1
mind to quit. This is what I djd. The moment I walked into ND WHA
break a habit, substitute another one. So, Instead of reach d HAPPENKTHE SIGNALS APE ALMOST
I announced "I'VE QUIT SMOKING. After that Icouldn't 4. 3
a room :
Ing for a cigarette reach for a piece of gum a carrot stick % ,. aOf
well bum a cigarette off and I didn'tcarry *
very anyone or a piece of licorice. It really works. When you finally get _0 U mSIGNALS iJ;. '! .
them myself. I knew that I didn't dare beg a smoke or .. '. -
your sense of taste and smell back again will never :
you go
I'd make myself look like a real Jerk. It was a matter of -...
back to smoking, It happened to me after 30 veers
pride. .......: "" 0'
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SUBSTITUTE = .. 'I'ooo... .
NO JERK ... ..." ioJ; ... .
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a DEAR ABBY: I sat down one day, at the age of 48, and any
4 DEAR ABBY: After having the cigarette habit for 40 started to add up the amount of money I had spent for cigars ....;......_ "...; .

'. years, I took my cigarettes out of my pocket and said "You since I started to smoke them at the age of 24. WhenI 'O't.o

\ have been bossing me around for 40 years now I am going to realised that $3,000 had gone up In smoke I lost my appetite O p r oO a. .1)0 P't
boss YOU 'around" I put away the pack and never smoked for smoking. p R p 00 p 0'0'? OV.pp'lV' 0,4THANKVI

gain. That was 15 years ago I'm now 92 and feel fine. SMART TOO LATE .n ,. t'.o f'I:. ,

W. H. E. (Ontario) *

DEAR ABBY: I was a chain smoker for over 40 years MY BRAND-NEW
I started to get pains In my chest and I had a dry cough URIAH CHECKERBOARD SET r

DEAR ABBY: When I had to have a cigarette before I that came and went, but I didn't worry about it too much. t 2 GOT A PACKAGE FROM TH' MAIL-ORDER_

could open my eyes fully In the morning I know I had better went to the doctor and he examined me thoroughly. He shook 1 FERVESNUFFY HOUSE

quit. I tried to taper off, but that never works I finally his head and said "Either give up smoking-or else I will not

walked Into a church one morning (it wasn't even of my own be responsible for your condition. I took the cigarettes! out V 1, 1

denomination), got down on my knees and prayed to God to of my shirt pocket tossed them in his waste basket and made ItJ

deliver me of the habit. And do you know I haven't smokedor up my mind that I had had my last one. And I have I am

even had the desire to since? When everything else falls, 77 years old and no amount of money could make me smoke

try prayer. another cigarette. The answer: WILLPOWER.NO

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according to a re- "::
auguration Reid
8 0 N N -By Giorgins
po.1in a January magazine. The : ;:::: :.:::::::. CI.... AN I IL E lUDE

artist was In the crucial beginning 1.-' .:C=,,, GUZZLER ELAZILNIMT
I... E N N s
stages of a new painting TOMORROW .O"NI". II 1. TURZYLKRM YA NOZY.

A year later Wyeth did meet the n :-"''''- C.lli... N GYO'R IOMKNEML1UZ
President who had seen a :.._=r=r.: .thee1.nM1,.u.. I e F N M 1 .. A N LRM. = iAw YI U BWNBIING iVr N WNILf Ni's
photograph of the finished paint- 04::;:*Havifiator* 6 U S A P '" BEEt E. THAT SOD A } PWNeAO! BEETLG ItouL UI ,

ing. "I'm glad you worked on 14 4*-U ft. Na..Y .: R Sunday's cryptogram: Old 6 iVG/ZYTNItJb/ !
lftiic in A tltt3ftMw
said It l InfarliMI R S S T E f 0 robin sang ribald song ?
that picture when you did. : :',:,. .
' Kennedy. "The results are 'OIllO"IIOW ApraRNOON 11111/111
/ I].It.-MiMiulJ4 /ntwuNH 1
worth it. ... f 'RA
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MV 7..ale N..IMs4. .. MY a.faal -"...*..*. .*'...... LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 6-1191
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_Mondsy. Feb. 24. IMI TO WHOM IT MAT "ON"I.n I: CLASSIFIED _. m

LaG"'L .Dva..TIIiMaNT follow You ar, inilnrehl herebj n"iif-d, le! that Ih ADVERTISINGRATES 24 rioitir Stc.PLA8TPIN. 5) Help" Waited, female 54 Help Wanted, Male 14 Schools 99 Beets Motors, Supplies

till J Hnnllar AM7H-I4MIII _
NOTICE ONOtH ,,' h* mid at pullaal! al Id Itorlotk PATCISINO. ; OPPOETUNITT FLORIDA LARGEST and ..a F1SKINO BOATSpaddleboardk ..1 ..

;. NiHliB FICTITIOUO I. "' '''Ma LAW )'. 1M4 nn. al th.P'ndrnin It.th dav, (of'l.v FebiuBI ..... .,' I IGET .IU"Mlfmi*>. Uceneg onmaa 0 eddlIlnol JXI Tab.,. EKperlence' ."., mornlorlI.I: a"U:ACOUNAN I" attainted h- :; modem Callrae beaut* .: .'.. LekelandBeauir Fine atUoned :, autbeardeU cana.paddlrblkei ... HI"..1...
rorebr .jven that the m Ft. Type 't ,
: .oSdI I-
; .uI.1 r. : : I Mr
itnderalsnod. OeMrlna' in anaaia In, Lakelanil. rlnrlda 1 h* I.d Minimum' II Word on, MU a5M C.I .pponlm.nl L .ra uUn. ampllTparklnf MU 1-4(111. 0..10.. .H..Dd..Wit .
i biialneiM under lh. flrlltloii. o' the kale, all! be applied firM II l lla I.. II PLAtO Oft Plo. : 01.0 33.61'
Minimum d.I.
) .mo.
"' L Z MANN A-SIKIAIFW Mm* :I list cool: .f ilk:: 'train' if TI'ImhlllK Csoro.-$1.05 I lop and iturra. r. : bum DTO work. CaIrO .hol.rl' .. and SPECIAL THIS month main, Com.plele i: 17 FOOT Chrle e.r. twin, Me.
tV LAKKUAKD, MOD LJlfce ainrlns an, mile of amlolor i j s is Free f1 i B : InC condelons IaIorP. WrIt e two. U five .....".r.Dn.. Ouremploreee BeauUrlaa Claim. 1110Bookl BS depth .7 trade. arkar r>il\e>: in hbl .. vvhhle and Ihv ,'''.i of tIll Wordk Dan Dare Dark Dark .t..t.... lOom know Bend and Souls, Included Pan al M .lma aol 4, AukHra,
of Lake. __
'land. rInrd. "I Ira t Inn of nnll .' of aale. ..... ,lt,', .. l.m. .13. Lk.l.nd L.. .. .andau,Mr requirement' ,ou I.. Contact, Oelonlal Beau. dale WO 1.3111TV .
\: M'd' Intend la re.I.t.l I' to the nallafatllon .if II. IInn', l: : WoO V0S8 &!! i* empiorer Fo Boa III stInk- I* lhol. li South Florida' Ave.aae ALUMINUM boat. Creellllierand

t JJ. rtroult name Court with of tha I'olk Cleik County of' "". under thi' ,..ntrad with. (lionHtt .' B: In : U']J I f' : BUSINESS SERVICE IF YOU NEED land City. Florida. Repllek .u II I Fheoe MU I-1131EVSKINO i; trailer. SIN. U7 Lake Bon

>lorlds P. ., .li' :.illIt'milt ,...".. |.*k,, b held I. confidence5ft REAL eelata lane new rive.
.. CLASMFIED SPACE RATES good Income and I _ _
lull Hurl la. oterlns Ih final" o Heady formlnk. for prospective ,a
ft/ IRV1SO
Z. MANN Inn of paid ,nolan vehicle. 12 II per eeluma look 29 Baby SItilag Salesmen talmalaI. flbertlak boat HP
AlurpluK 4
V.. ": full if.
.. con work only half days,, cud krokert Pr I. trailer. .
will l iiald, to CLASSIFIED
> .1..1.
e \ua atou : I Kodicra, Roll
will. remain Halle for al":) MM per :..LTD.TI: CHILD CARK", b> enperlenoed polo'onlpl sell AVON Cosmetics. Ex. FOU.BR SHUSH mae 0n010o.r .. too Lisa. 4ll..71l Ba'. .'artar. uphoUtared aeala. L.hl
C..TI.C..TI, orCOPtP'OI balance remaining nniald und,, I loving and pernonalFeni4 .r., 1100 a week la Chic area ,. ke new MU I-OBIJ
'*ATE" DISSOLUTION aid conn'.' I. Contract Ratei Upon ReouMlWANT rard Plan rm. nIna, In, perlence nece.ar. Do rauf Y 04.5805 Pn.0 lo earn U.S. CIVIL SERVICE

IN. TMI NAMI "AND' BV THI I. 't'SIO.'N AD DEADLINE '...onaDIa raiei .. SISMM that much !a elart Call SM4I4BSf TESTS! 103 Furniture t AppllancisRRFRIOERATORB.
.UTHO.TV, o. TMI O.n".1 MoinoA. Write P. O. Box 1395 f M. to aee U rou ..euallIr -
STAtE 0.. I'LO..IDA '. ,.n". WORD ADS AND SPACE ADO I for. dealership. M.a .Woonsut. IS-II. start bIn I,
"' I'urp. W ASBERSbeaten .
1'0 AI.I. TO WUOM THNRI 1'1'. l'Irldm 430 pm. Imp Onions OublIna.tin. Lawnrnswm & Scnrlct or : TWO 'i lae 110100 week Preparatoryuralalnk air .. All
(....pt Sunder peper 3 WANT .0..I.n. nl.1 appointed Thou* "ndIUon. .
SRSWXS 1ALU COME:. 0.711'" Call 682-4137 far Folk .S Prompt
de mum be I nnur. .. before ..nd. el open. Ekperlencejallr .k. rp.lr. .r.
,. .: l 31 p m PrIg.,). REPAIRS ON all make lowomo" Lakeland ''mm.a., Write >oi 'III. .. unneeeeiary FREE Inforjlloa "r. I.u toed Bked ap
."eTrVor. Ti'WS1l.aka 11'. 1..11,C NOTICE TO CIItOlt008IN "' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ere and .m.1 eailnei' .e.Uaieln > .r. aa lob.. reeulra.menu I. oi... our SAId nain.Snd
P'. n.rlfh. THt COUNTY JUDGE Ip.lr.. aable AutoElerlrlr .. aameaddreie '. .. dealer. Nile A Dar TV
Wale.. Florida; Ho.er. f1 I COURT' IN AIIID POE II 00 a m. dkr before. publlca One AtePliane AAA Wrl.TDA'. Lincoln.1. aol 0 .n. 1310 Auburadala
Norl "orld
..... rh. I.*k. Wii... Pirnidit. oil mum(ekrept be I Pour.Sund. piperad Prl. N 1.301. 54 Wanted M.leCARI" Die ...1.. Automobile Awol.llon .''loe. Boa M-234. Lakeland LedkerLIVESTOCK .U plla.a.I, 1.
0" lei d. of ,
AueilNt All I. IN UK: ERrATIC OF tae manIc lor member
.. .. .
as .1. II
00 Doo.l.
161, ..u.. to I,. Inrnrimrairtfo un MARl'IN I.. WILKINftlraad Mottrtil RinB olln| hip .rn.Un la Lk.I."dWin. .RAIN. C.pl..I.. r
>r lbs law'' of Ihe Htata of Flor | All) ade mutt ke In the tedker 3 <. built
ida [I..N..n office before 11 00 a m set.urdar Martini .H., .rt. .... Free Inetallatloa AlcosL.at0ilod'a
OROM--H INCrornoiatlnn .. .I To All Creditor. nnd P.raon.lo Ha'. OPPRTNJ eiperlencedpublie
MATTRESS ) I. bait born la
lor publleauos la Moa.d IINOVATNO .1 0 boa new er
with UK prlnplpal, pl.roof ( lalniK or 11.m.n" Alain, .. di eervloe. COM, ChIll' Insurance I. I aeat d..r. at lied TV al Nile TV 1130kubumdale
r Cats P.
re tl
buelneea _I .eke. Hale*. |ylk: Said fcala'. THE paper .. taluS 14 reare .... CommuIOM Dogs, .D
(Ooitniv, In Ih. mat* of KlorMind ... ro" and ra<.h of sou pre hrr*. The Ledier will not ke re.kponiible P'at Fnene MU I-O.41 tlromaO mn.l.d. kIll proaram. ..... a. aol.. .1..nO. bonuken SI17I Raid. till 1.0

wherea ."..h corporation dl,I I by not,flrrt u. rile In dmlliai: '' .11 t mowers "' .. ... "uln'.n.. .ho' :. : end employe Far appointment BOAItDINO HOLLY a..n'I' Pi. N
Phone *024405.AM
on thi ZOili clay <'f rphiuary. A I), nl.lte end. d.m.nd. "hkh POt Incorrect tnwrtloa. 49 Willl P. I call MU .t3. M., C hrlssl I ToO W. PITli; 'UYER TmANSI'ENRID. tt.oi;
I.t. ...".. I. b. ApllB. RI..... P11051 r.. normntlloabsn0500WSii.oh0050
fIt..cI In lb. offl. p hav a .
of lho "......,., LET MONTOOMERT Ward drill; ranke. refrleeratorid
ynflal.p I th. lo Ilkhm I dfN ..>*d. In the orrinr 30.0.
$1.1., of Klo, Rkhmd A: Hroniioil, Cnlllll: ): TELEPHONE C our ... aol In..11 .our celotia,0W. 51 Work Wanted WIsE StARR TOI; waher Never boss ueed Ne

'.thnrl''I required: under Km Ion, Judo. al rl I. offlr. In the ('o"r! KIND .. t 3. .tomtlln .. Plkln.Clbuou.. '. down payment needed All 1 for

mi 17, Florida Htalulea. Phowini: I l nupeallI.,'Oow, Unrlda oilhlry MU 6-1151 Phon MU '103. CITY EMPLOYMENT TSACTO* WORE Mootan ., T.rr.. .b......tOlOltil floe I. '1 II ar month Call MU eoll.

lhe aenlutlnn of mirh corpora tli... .1. ruIda' to,,"Iltn ro..m I"i.brt. ... .. "...I .., oaSorins. ..01 .uppl.: THE DOWN 0.m.nl boa .D
Mow. therefore. ii.. "......,.,." of 10. 1961. n hi"h l I. ih* dub'* nr WEEK'S FEE QuipS _.1.1.Cal) Car.rca P. : Colsr'a 5000 .I No' 1. mad laaaOs 0 Has Ptsab frO\
11I1.,. dn*> hereby lerllfy tn tin, the flint nulillrallnn of Ibis nnIl.KIrk ... DESIGNED FOR J J malos. .. P.wsrn MU 5.0531. I .. MU ..... lone l-Door refriaerator. .,
for' nine and hat I.. l lo Milefied tUb' 11 or itomand munt la In ANNOUNCEMENTS 208 ARCADE BLDG. defraet aealn, T. .Vr pa,.
(hot ih* leqiilrementa of the lao P. irliinii ".U., male I ibe pla.-. or ALTERING, ZIPPIRB replacedreweevloa BET' PDLI. "op". 'r.m.. efk. II Phone
hnv. been ..onpll.d with r..id ud office (See .u.d.. ..d'ACCOUNTANTS eewlna eU klpdi hOe: 54111.VACUUM .
.n'em aildrratmd .
IVITB8 OF Hou er, ala Horiplk Circle.WB _l_ pipe un R.d.
WIIPRr nr Ihe .1..lm.n'. Ci h
In" .nwlrn 10 4 LISt and found 302.4545. CLSANSO5rnbulli.
r.... I have ..."". an I muni Iw III., mo aforenald. or D tractor work. dltclne. NOD' OB.aO. : pew Repalre. plots reconditioned .
my hand and ""U or .,.. mom "'III irnmrnld. Classified ads do It quick. ... .. Al.. limo,. RtlTIRI C1IIBUAHUA Oraulleld Eleclrle' 3131 ClevelaadHelkhte .
flud the Or" HoI of /HOHDAN W BASKKORDAlmlnletraior I I LOST: LADY I told charm .......- economically liii girl. .. .04 41, ''o.. bItI.05. .ld Blvd S-I2I7
ftlale, of orlda' al I C 'r.A. 1.1. Approllmalelr, 10 eh.Imenuu ." ly, easily Must fully qualified toj 8B8-US. Ito. tan .. .rr'o. .hl.uou.I., \
(tEAL.: ) "'.II.h...... tha CapItal U..M ... **iu.. ..*..,d. Write To order 'em call MU b WANT .ork 051m'aluus BI......... .U IIIDO. 005HLDO'A.ED. ID pond ma.dIb0l. .

thl. 'h. Tw.nU.'h' Il"' ------ 51:1 *21. Denvlll. Mew "Jer e,: ad.writerEMPLOYMENT prepare plonallncome taxreturns CARPINTtNO OOaaoOlbil,. AK.C MINIATUK Poedlee. on.; Also. Outlele plItiasm

of February. *. |>. IPH. IN THE CIRCUIt"' COURT"' O. BUSINESSYOU'RE i: i'i'tii'' : MIcii'R.. oii nOi ):: 6-11 for an 100. and I "r' No. Joa toe email 413.. black. one white. ImPrl bat.round S .r rk.... ,. '. .nd' h.L rich. 010. I ,
TOM AfJAl\I1I Meawnible Mt .U0. r
TIll TENTH JmDlClAL CIRCUIT' 1310 or a.,8Ot. time Brlo-e 0
part Attractive
B.cr lary or 8lala IN AND POE POLE COUNTY, pitions. MU a KJMORI OAR rosa,.
P toO0I woublon A
I) .TlTIN salary' HAR: I"INUHINO. Phone MU .o.
PLORIDA.' IN CMANca"y.C. 5 ad bnus. alssUae. Incr.r. ... ..ork.PR GERMAN SHEPHEHD pupi Ii: -o. ,
.. N.... .2715.12.4. Pmonal Haiku BLOCK CO. .1958 p0Iall. eld net lIsle
.n.bl. r.l.tr.
OF rooms good
"KriFRAI, NATIllNAIilOlfld eesSIeMr. Turmam ..
TUB TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT"' tliK: AXH(>(' TION. I III ; 52 Kelp WantedbIIDDI.a 88..10. B1. r..I.. Mt furniture
IN AND r" POL COUNTY,] i ,,.nnnliied"iinderKleeii aUT. 0EI.1. u....I toolii aunt and: WILL ,idorIr p00015 I at, FOR .ALI ane pair ef eanksI.: including stove
elrpurllin I" I UI.
PLO ft' IDA .Iltofl'ufl and ..cl.t.ioU opoIllOl .00do. D'.I' Ntl I.tPId' AOED <.0Upl. MAINTENANCEVACANCIES hum,. I INURINO ".. er without .. I. and refrigerator, $ Payments .

CHANCERY' NO. 17(421217 p"ro..nl tn ''h. I".d.rol"inbInnol i oitIwalt. Cul..rlOn. H.rd..r.TRADINO ., p..k... IDd."I..1' CARl. ._I.ln.ld .r i IOkvkea only $13
1HW BUWKR.Y "A VINYl )I I Mr. .... A..o..laUon IITAMPA ... .mod .r 0"1'. WIto tail pantlluiura. IN 0..1..1 L.11 rur. HAVE DEAUTIFUL Msm,010l*; month
BANK I Chart All ) Douihl Allmea. Mi tut Lima I. P. O. B. lUll. l.akoiud. CENTRAL bo.plt. Oil I 7 errer. aMlor lap Chi001bul. POLK TRADING MART

-v_ J'lalinirf i I riainnrrROHritr'T I" il.Bail. FLORIDA 00.5.. -12. I eale. rood, t... M3.nasFEKINOESE New Auburndale Highway

ROBE.RT: Defendant'NOTICE P -'I.L-I1. et. ilk. ) KAI;T? et at 1, I AFTER Ott.HRIUTMN.. peclal NURSING attentloB given horn 1 51 Hilp Wasted, Female Expanding I agricultural OENRRAL Bulldlna, ,CARPaNTI. rol. earl addl.iioae .. .t PUPPIEB.pool.t.. AKO reklulrred Cot; MU 3.20

)I l "|enlnnl' ) ion n. or earn patient UI.UaIau. WANTED. chemical operations In ten No ok too .. li 5.50. MU 5.5007.
MOftTOAOC. FOftCCLOSUftI IHTATF inhUOiiiDA itiAlvln : M..rl.1. Bul..rd ral Florida has immediate 'mpoD. .U-a3. aMAL MIXED pupplee. readv 14000 U.... .n. outs

TO IIORIlll H, PP'l.III .n'd II. II\',lilt) coil 11...." Mor. Loll' BLIP C..>.r Shop 'o WANTED NUR8B aulntant 1.0dmior'a acanciea for MOTHER WILl. ...10' ehlld I.I I II lIsa o.U chIll S dreeeer wlln mirror. eb.old fwh.
f.LL\SOK: U P -'LL'II. .... Bvrum. hi. wife .'ho.e u.dre .- rheitmit Raid .8 .go.g. office part time qualfe I 1' 110mm. r.nc" puod. Combos. duok. C.1 MU .- Ion drawer and one O.r. walt -
lilt *I fa"RESIUKNC'K .. le ..":known. ,erlei. bedipreid. .10'' 0.. Wr. .0 M.219. lakelandWOMEN Maintenance Pelonnel. area MU 4-7017 n.. ..rdrb with, ala drawere.
: : : II learn Pip,.. YOU ARK HH:.*I:BV VOTIUFP .uitrlan. eurlal'ALB ,... .. ocr LIGHT hotuecleknlni 19 Livestock 1700 RoidBADCOCK'S.
(''''''mo, P. Long Inland' I'hot m "It for m..Hume fur-. tIrtil, On,. nnl Iantutlal.hua. lIon. INTERESTED In earn. Maintenance Mechanic I CARPITRINO.ad leviu
New lath h.. been filed ... or cornal...hoo.. from : kind of ard workBy .
0."" .In.t put in. mona In epan. time. mowed all > BUT TOUR best BOW 44,c
You aie hereby nntiried thai ., III lb mphim..n'111." ."..; and l'Ti) roll I MU 31'h anr tlmirOUNO Ca Must have thorough knowledge -| hour. o Job Fr. eetlmale I.... out aad Whole ar
finiplalnl lo t..rW'l.n.oa.rtal, "I .hut loom'. leiehy reiuin-d' In o n... In : ... and experience In gen. 540.1100. h.lr. Phone .rp. ., MUJvlUt I Are Mavuu
0* moiliiaiia .n'unb.rln.I the f >lnw| POlIO0'I'PS' of uUi Oardea Drive. Plain ahlmmm n. 11 .
His dekLilbed, real iroH-rty, to hrr written; ; dpfermek purutnw.rnnnI : upon ..1lI.rdln and ..,. .so oil .h.mo ENEROETIC leilldy 10napS ,ral maintenance work. In. 0110.BEWINO. M.D'AND. .om.llI.rollal... ltd.. ..hll.dr.n' All.I SEMIANNUALTRDE.IN
"It : In Iredlni depkrtment sporeMoot live Brood eowi. one:
end eet It HalnuU' : FOR
Jr rialntlffe
Ixil SI "RKOOND' : RPTI.AT Or" attorney 1..I..n.v.hiM .d"'.... I. :r P00w ma.Oh. t t: have rkperlenre. Apply lIon 'eluding welding, repair ofj .. Ca. pInk UP Ud d.I..r. l.uu BAL B. JO pile from I Sweek CLEARANCE

A P."nT OK AKK FL.HFI1P Mat lime ,Xlreel, lakeland Fli r- nS2'sOOu. : :011.1 O.P' PhoD.1 M'IM. Lakeland L..r. I industrial pumps, piping d.1.iCAL old thr menlhi old

Hr-IUHTB. IMI Nil I. an.rordli ,lit.. .n nr liofr tho bib .laf ofMarch .AN YOU UM.35. -Inladdlllon I I n d materials handling i WASH 01 00. Wwh and I For informal SIJ-3V4I or: SAL
,K lo the iilal thereof aa till and before or'in BUILDING t* pour pretent Incomeripply .. ... B k H Ureeilampe I 6 3-S4J4 Hh_. OreceriCembee '.' CF. ISO
recorded In I'lat Hook 41. !>.(* mdlallihr, .ro'r Ia fit, .'llh TRADES local cuitomeri with ek' I equipment Prefer previoui I Free ..1.1 up end der. .I TRADK IN ALLOWANCE
>*. I'uullc Kecoida of Folk 'h. l'l.rll of Ih. aba. aim ldrouian olu.I'. Acne Hkthawey Cokmetluekperlrnre I e experience I In In., JO".t. Florida. IU FOR YOUR OLD 150500WUPTOSIP

{ <'onnty, rlorldii; iho oI.'n.1' .if maid mnou.rir 14 Building, Corptnterlng 140 neceuarr. P0,0.C.amar chemi.ls.. 7743. : 92 Wanted, Livestock, P.tlI
haa been filed .ln.t 'In : I rock crushing concentrator TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
you th* paul' .rill." dif on.rn. II >'. Thli Sll 127. II OledekID1ES I

.bnu .1)I.d poll and I'OUOla., ,ult ...1Ie tn fupcloneinon a ", ..ru.. I OMB REPAIRS "...nu.. I or relate Indus WAITED: A r.. bInd.LIla III; FOR YOU OL LV.Nt ROOM

quired An.,,'.r I 000rt.p or oihir 11'l l>y of 'nilI', the. f:>llo,,'ln| dp.crlbd' prc'p. l.n.. block brhk .p.'Dtn.. ..ror..... EARN IJ3 for Mlllnk 40 I t ry. Wage FINANCIAL 5104.' Will plo to, nab Cr1.15. UPT0010
leading loAM"H Ih. ny. lo wit: k hen cablnete, Florida root .,. bottlvk or Wktilni Pktlonellremeue Powere Deirr, MO SOviiMERCHANDISE. TRADE-IM ALLOWANCE
t''I>I.lnl on I'loln"H'. Al Iornepa. Lot 1 In RIO<'k "n" of Com.mero 1.e* tlmkte>, MD I.3011OOPINO PhOD.aUG FOR YOUR OLD APPLIANCE
: 8OHI'BH. DhAN III lark Hurlcw Hotlilaaccordln "v.I. 1 Electrician: Experienced In I BusIness O".runltll OF TO 110
UJWMlKH: : Ml :..I C o ntL I I lo the plat' Iheie..f WINDOWS alumlidins 12.1 _ I 6 'IIIADE.IIl ALLOWANCE
Hnuletanl Oilandn aural,... rrptlra. sIlo,.. w IIi .. heavy Industrial electrica'maintenance I
Florida and I IIll. rmoidrd I In PUl Rrok 1:>, ".(* UT HOUSEKEEPER lo FOR YOUR OLD DINETTE
I In. orl.ln.1 An.w.r or oth.r I'. ',, rr.rr d. of polk "1005. go month l* par *.Z I In i lot children oood hom. I and repair CHOICB BUSINESS and Inconlirtiee
Pludl"lf In II. nil"" '. n' Ih. 'I.rll "ounl'Inrld... 'oalracllni Comptar. Iniured. a-608J blen Mil Rug. LMLA. 95 Bicycles a Motortyclos' Bee Tbue Special Value
of the 11.. ult I'ourt on or brttuvlha If you full tn do .o. it'cit.* prt. PhuoC> MU '.I2a. A. Zimme. rd.: Will accept C:I Must have good background I R..lt. till B. Memorial Bltd .,

rail In do ao. doe'.. |i iI .....I Iroflfea. "n" fr t h. relief denandfd' In II II I nd transformer hook. a I COIN wuhen. II TRIUMPH AND Temaba .0151! S. BADCOCK CORP. ,.
ups, L.u.drl"4 lag .. II.tricolOrUos .
Will h. .II.n .alt..t )" ," Ih. "n"'I.I.I,1.| | .*flng ,golan. ( kelp Si
tar the relief de, .ndfd In lhluird WIINI-KH I nd use of blueprints. Also) ..Io. piodeu. model lara.
I I tin' hand end official I $ill 710 Joha i. Br.nn.a. alit lock. Cycle. Ca 111Wekt Main Store and W.reheu.eeMulbrrrr
e..mpl.l"t.' ,. o..l, of nrri 0 at I Barlow. Folk Advertise RoPNO DIPENDABLI.0,5 PAYROLL CLERK I Ipr. required to work with high M4-4I01 5 Lk.I..d. 113.. Florid.tfulberrr 1
hi Wollre .h.tl h. putllal'IOtt roun'. rlnrlili. ihla lint day or .. M.Olnn. .- Blare .
,raRwOl It for I ft.r'otaratIlo Jeflualt'. loll.it .. Lo'oh.o p.m.n.co. . I y .0.ln..rln. flow. 1 v''oltages Wage rate S2.77. i MATCHLESa SSOoe SemI'I S S m. t 0 p m. dl"H..url, I
Pt.kp In tho I.okpiui.4 I..d..r. II. III.lHS. JR."I.rk W "" 0. MU .0 0.01. asa II .I.rk wIth, raOnrh.no 1. condition. boot oiler until alt

thla iliiih day of rabru nr I h. 1:1.,11 ('ourt AIN Ll. TYPES .3t4. er .0wooiaI .... ,. In p.rol 500bk000Innhlnn sorallnt.ioe. III.em. .01on ''applicants muit be In good I WANTE 1I t. 1321 Poll Aveaue. Lakeland Opea AH Dar WedneedeeOver
ml. 11t4.(81IAt. rnld..I.1 a.rrOUM ,
Ply / Lila n. 'ounl.ln t aeMciite >u>re> eervtaiUke
.) n H. sLOAN JR Dpu.y'k. l lnCor'l rooli "P.d. Sheet or 1'.01..01 Metal I ,10 WIIImo noun,'.oo.s Lard B :,n: physical 'condition betweenhe TO BUY 97 Articles For le-Mlic.. 170,10.
(Ink of
liciill ll'o.tRp ) 1 I4S w..t Oil?.. MO I 3113 Inn.. N.w Mulbtrrr t ages of 25 and 45. High Aimonboic Stars
aRC ,
/ BI RT I> BL81NQ sic Ne. Florida Ave.
P..ul ClorIt THE CIRCUIT'' COURT OF L.k'lad. FloridaAAA ,a ichool education or equival USED TVS from 111 up Ooar.unWed. "'. Will Treat Y.U Rlthf
t..". THE TENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT' !nt required The Company LIQUOR LICENSE .. finance. WIthIn.illsInn .d1
IN AND POE I'OLK COUNTY OFFICIAL GUIDE t accepted Admiral. Saleeervlce

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or FLORIDA"' IN CHANCERY :offers excellent benefits,)' in-! a MU '-311. PnsaoolTV. I 104 Oes Oil

THE TENTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT''' Ca.. N*. 12121. I .WO to rental ludmg group insurance, re- Movable Polk County, 414 N. W. .

IN AND rOR rOLK COUMTV, -FDFRA :NATKIX bargains EMPLOYMENTWEEK'S t tIh t irement, holidays. etc. Advise best cash far .
FLORIDA IN CHANCERV MOHU1A AI4ICIA TIOV. { the t Classified CITY ackage L PROPANE OAB oaeklni hu&
'. ? Ii Ion to., THE leclon. AUcON SAL i IiO. hat ... .r".lo.. ..du.
Cu. Na 27I1 nrpoia nisanl under Ion price. Reply to
M 117 Turn back : .mBAXLA'S triol we .. ..
At't or <' now Reply with full qualifications Satray. p I.
KKTlFUALXATIKNAI.: .. oiikrexa d:1: i'IninE: ) FEE V4 I Ever 7:3 perlal Oae Service, MewAuburndale
MORTUAHK ARRIH' 'IATIOV. )I'hIT pliant to the Natl.nal 1 ) room apartment or house i o Employment Supervisor, 81.b..,.

a corporal 0000110 lard Ito".r iloniasa AMnlalo Chaitrr ) you need 208 ARCADE BLDG. :p. O Box 887 Box F-225 AUCTION GALLERIB"Formerly
4 .0 A.t nr ,'on.r... .n" 101.ln. I IpuraltInt Act Bartow ,
llalntir. i Pondu'l I Florida The ...u.. ROUM" IDS Jewelry
to lh. J'loral NatIonal I i Al c/o Lakeland LedgerFOR
Mnrtcaia Aiaoclallon ChailrrAct. : CI.INJrv. w. Buy or for Tee
I I K\RII it 1 al. } 4-61 H. "I. W. WI FAY posh. dlemende, Sold
Plaintiff. I l'Ii'frodnnlo' ) LEDGER I BALK: Mulbrrrr TV and Ap- Fbone MO S-S033 .. .I told platinum ill..,
NOTICE OF SUIT All clock and eoulpmrnt, N.I. ... ,>. 10 souUl Plo".

ftBT4-: M. L.FWIK: .. al : :ITATK' : I 'K hUmiP 10llnluii BUSINESS SERVICE MAN 21 years or over to :.1.Dr W..r. Union atener. Ooad I HOW OOOFY ... we Soil Well I..
I'.teninla. l" H ".,'1.>' .nd Nnrma J work with s,''n bauioma. H.olh too.'. .ala. I to well carpet from IIII ... Ml '
NOTICO OP $UlT I I 1".1..11'. him v.',fe: and Rl...hard l. our manager in :..Ir.. ,J_. P"oo Mul.r" I DuPont nylon IS II per eouere 107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery
I" ".'rIo and ', the of Central la .
"TATR OF hiAIKIrA.. TO: : irlila Pplrl" hli area Florida. II.II8. !ad. 5.aL 10,1055 etai
n.'a .... wife. wlnam ldln.ua I. .."known."UU ian aandsp.rl.lm I.. telenklonk paul
M. .1.; Pod Il.otu A Car required. Out Monday FINEST most dme .'
HIII..n .n" ....If.. MInnie I. AUK II Il'ItitIY No'rlp'lprm DIRECTORYFOR i aD, leundreme : Inrludlna roundkilk and Ward
I i hat emil fur '''..rt.... rOI'., I AM to Friday P.M. each Rom edalns done la .u
Hllierhran whoee add,... I. un. WANT or HIT IOns I GET A GAS HOT WATER
Pn ... ,..
known lo.nre I'.. boot, fll. .. Pp.11,01 pan week. $105 ..ood Drlvt. 0 O5 IDI. Fiorle lnarIeleoim
YOU ARK HKRrRY' NnriPIP-D: I In t hoabomun blInd cuiap. .,,01Ihat you TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE per week salary at lie per pmd, blank HEATER FROM WARDS
I h iou am'" h.rl,,,. ". with added incentive )ipPORTUNTTY FOR live .Iro m..d while print" at 101ide ...n
that a ault for 'I"h..d t. weekly :
mnrlkave foreloe n on.. u rui'y .r WHEN YOU ITt 1... cal, eer wuh la town p,. al SOc. Pb rslpu.Ilin mill Have Hot Water When
: lie filed! .n..r ITihcr NED
ire Permanent
.n aaiiliiel iou ,, pay. I all ". tdsOt500niOSl l t* nt Poll
i 'rlll'n You Need III14Hr
J. plilon. Im.1 In..ll'D& "
In a.uupin
'lb.ab001.n tilt., i'a"... and:, ub
that I t Iludln I'.I.r.on. .1? 1,1.1"lllr'. it.nnney 'rite Mr. : udisaod.ortksrld.aut .
you ar hereby McCula.
leuulred to ,
..,.,.. p "PI' or potroo.w.r, l Whn.e "itIIlrao, II :11 Knai Appliances lamp Ie pair Box 0 IET IN oa the around floor ) C. H.ml.D pabrlci. 04.0Dida 'n..II.t.
.r I CII I hIS 117 N.
..I h., "'I'III.n drfvHaidln 0a. J. I Litma: Nlirel. Lok.I."d.: 'Iorlrl.I nn 181. C:,illee Service OU Cempkny boa .., HI.h. .I. Kentucky
l "Imn ih
P.t.'. ". Jr" .. he oie the lilt| tint. Or I.'h. 'ADS FOR PRMP repelr nnr.irle. lAMpl. IPOPLACEMONT nflad.s letter complete,irvlce, ktatlon lor lea.e. Adlacentt ef Intentete 4 MU 2-5103
pl.'ntlff'I I l 1064. and befnie t machI,, sod ).alno psnt.sodc.pmIo. Lakelend' I.ustahopnlos' .
linmrUlHli, 1..1.1audlo. 1 MODEL nain perlulac.
ii i
aitoin. hoHa name address
tdiita In 108 flt
lIT to.1 I 1'.1'.11. lo fII. ,,111r the pIi...... cell Thrllt, City, .. aloo 80u.b Orleaus Ails.aue. Telephone cinter. Attractive rental Flaenc.jvallable pinS lip. .t 1800 :
I Ima 8tr' >al. Lnkrlund I.t.rll oS tn
P'Irlda. nn f ,. MU 5.4530.MsvIng number and date I I' kukl.man 01 Pianos 1 Musical Inif.venue .
or befom lh. 2lh da of Maixr) o 'Ii .b" e >l lrd Curt: the 0.1.1 .1. D.o.rtm.n. ls'.I.Auto you would 'n. for euillfled .I
><4, and brfora or >lnotmlat.It: I nAI i.r amid ai..... or ..Id vrlt, available to start train ts... Cell 112.1244. i ku>. trade.
: ; t on d.r.'..... If Repairs i t Storage b J.IIE FRNITRE. ) hprleht. a.resl,,.
hanafiar tn flla w lth I Ilia I'krk of : any Ihla pull with O aU5UlEalI Is ambition l Street off NI ANTQUa
lb ophoji. )' ('Ollrt 'h. ,ekk ,n rotation* a nn:rlgnite tiiiin" ing ( pay) and work Ifaccepted I 00. p.raua ,0000lluI. 1 lorth) Wib Ch Avenue MU L ) 0 south C'io.ldl

not of poll .nawar or aol, Drill I 1C f> lowing' dekt.rlued piopeit. R C I. RD'. .rFEDNIR ALLIED VAN Llnee far belt moeerelce '- Interview be IC all M )Taller 7 5 0031. We elms Tap Value MU 1- .

Ion d'f.01,.. If am 'I hln ;:uii I 0-.1&' b..1. Comol" I In. Yro.1 W.rh..u.. : wi -- .
". .. In for
\ lha fullowhif acilbd proporo I I'Ikl lilt *thereof<. aa Khnwn bv Map nr ..J.JIB 5'Illl. near future 6 CTILll. ad I" eempleteired THE NEW LOWREY
recoiiled In It.Orrlc. .
to-'Itl or 'lb.. el..k n'. Ii,. l'I.' BI .URI ou'r.' ..UI". tho most I : : .. 4S' creoirm with, I Ihok. I WITH AUTOMATIC
lot I). Hl" 'k .. FTMIEWOOn Pianos
i nil Conn 'n.nd. rj.-; ;- ) mono,. b, kohilllmn' ,our Organs dY.V.Ia.I'r.Nr; :.. II10 end III SO pair ORCHESTRA CONTROL
.ulo O.om e.rnira Canter Home deliver loe Phone I. YOU PLAY one-nole
LakrlHnd Mnrlrta, aitird. I umly. Hotlda. In I'lat Book Florida 40.01.. for .. ,. Ills. Wal/erd meledvrour
41 I 1r II NorU YAMAHA PIAN08, suirl do h. MU .au M..u"'uln.IXCH.NOI .1100 rlkhl hand and auto.Irallr .
ana ...I
log to .,
plat Ihfroof ma rronrdod r.p.I. T. lateit In l.'trosIt'uipmrnt HIpham IqunIiIaa I olablitlo.OaIInbIO. AUTO SALES ; poor ane-aote mtlodr
hi Plat Ho.k 41. Paaa .. "uh. .p.drlr'.lIv but not b> o. l ed In d.ml.n., WANTED "0.0 lint mortn 0" lomolen 'OUI beromee a full eherd-heve man.
HeMrcordii of Polk County n.m uf llmllHtliin Hi. fulluwlisiiulimcnl lh. l.r' troublr. Vouslear,- florida 88'.3'1. 104 .ulh .( Sb .bl. .on'hl. on .0". I.".. OncIl,. alit. lam from the verr flInt aolelSKR
I trili. or A.n. IB.8 erclal N. ooner S rcodsnamr Il!
Honda. : : 0." .0ubl. &H Dro.n 81.mpo andrvt. Ctiru.uIoI h lap.o ,... ..ro.r" .TII.h.. OUcoxj. 682.&BU. "0" 1 HEAR PLAY
lfyniIaIl IIn' "ini ''''.n. bU' sloe you bo.- 10 THB MANY
10 d" an. d cr. PI' bOl Uon 0... In Ill b.u'u ilrlel sew
.roof... wIll h. .nl..d .a.ln'l!I Ivan ; Mod$ IRII411! I ti 5.. ....lund ".rD. Cull UJ Picture Frames maul Th. .0.h.. Ih&,I'n.oiumii I.urai ro.rn... .WrIte Lbl..d .. 415,11.1CANNON
.Iot.d thOse 387
fur Ih. relIef do".nd..1 II ilb. I Ho Holm I I 'IHI*, .1 223 unm,m,00li.nt, 1. oclmlnIns m. I r AUCTIONFriday MUSIC CO.
N Lk.lad
odd rSK 202
I"ompl.lnl. .'ICTUOE FRAMI8: Orsulifitl Ota.t .011105 ".m ..
WI'I'NJIII4; my hand .n" oUl.-,.I Hi, Point Kefilavritor Auto Slot Cev.ri 0.w.l sod "." ,ni. Cuilo and po'.nI.1 0' .lb p.ress a ,.: HORTICULTURE Only 301 B Florida AveOpen .U-'I4
0.., or offlr. .1 8., low. l'oll I Mndel *K IdOl r.d, Ins,. ().'nee Art mIll,. l p. "" or I, Ni. Prld. .
nunly. hloilrta, thla tint' day of: If you: full: 1. di no d rree pro I1NDS AUTO Beat coien Com.but a.07 Orleaai BI.I. MU 3.3204 N.... I ...-lrol.l..ln. Am.I... Dint : P.M iiihm.PINIT 011004.,
-'.hru.: .", |M4BEAL I nub H> will, IM pinned .:nlii>iu ,nl.t. ''n'.rlon 'J8 u..II. .. ......,. 310 NoL: rorllliiir Food Sell We 5., ar 0. .'udIO.
( : ,) D H niO\N. JR, 'fur the relief diMimnilrU" In .ulomolv.. MU FlIrIda .... 7 131. 00,15010. 5175 cOmb.
Plumbing Supplies
I'Ink of lh. 'h .mlI.'nl.' I' 1.10.lookklplng JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCTIN '", 104 ..1 ".'101..
hrnlt OiiurtBr \\'t'l'\tHI< my land ail orrh'I.1 : 0110000 PIll punt. ,. mud
...al of nil h'. It H. ... K. H MORRIS Yournell t.unulnd .'. CENTER
/./ I.II.A B. .'(>1':STAINU.TI. ilI toll D.1 lOt.1. no&
109 Radio.
I"PUty Cloth ""OIln) 'I..rld.. 1kb. al.1 day ur Plumblni and .. SupplleiFree Nu' MU I Soul T.leill.
'. J bunT p. "Intl. HOOKKIRPINO AND Inrome Tadependibl > Inform.lon and delivery CHAN PHOSPHATE eend In:
D H. HLOAX JR. d u'rolre. Our nreuonlaao, rI' tl racial.' lulaSlOIbnilSd. ACCOUNTAT ,1.10. Al aena000.S dirt for fill KLuoa AUTOMATiC poleiiu,; l'V'e-l7".21". Prom 020 n.
t'lrk or II'" t'in',,ill Court 0..rrios. mill Cull .d. 14 hour. nooks. .'8.14.. a VIOl.. MU .3078 pro... I'. and .... Mt' .0: 00. e.mbloUoo Tr.d. to t
IN fIll CIIIICUIT COU"'T"' 0'TH' P by /./ lila H .rountaln 1 oona IUUIO 188.IJ'. LathIond. Highest Salary Opportunity, REPOSSESSED- .".ale ..0. IM-J4S1 "B.r
TINTH JUDICIAL' CI"'CUlt"' IOr lirputy Ink top QUALITY Pamsula, lad At'apatlu. FIVE room o r
FLOPtIDA IN ..HIS. for Comparable Jobs In 5.1.1. boO rrl aiutMllmida. lrn"ur. lo ke mold ta 5.11011
AND FOPtPOLK Building Printing Will deliver. 13414.ICOLD see at Mark. TtadlnUMI ,:: 112 Wonted Miicillosoiui
COUNTY IN THE JJIRCUIT c tiif'i Are \ New Tampa Hline.
'N CI4ANCIPtYMOPtYGAGO THE TENTH JUDICIAL' C''CU'T.''' O 50ERAL PR ALL your prlntlnv needi MU 2.3J. ,
1'0..ICL.oau. IN AND POE I'OL.K COUNTY. Room addltlone. CNITIUCI0N.C..m MU 1-4404 Commercial, Preu. participate in one of:r r;72 Flowers, Seed, Plonts CASH FOR neursau cod iteme
POI K KEttRAI/8AMS'W: )I ., c .... .rh..d., Wi CARPORT.31mlo' cod utiliti.room p o .
.L.O"'ID." IN CMANCE"'V."' 1 010.1cr. II.rlor ii e Illbotrapblnt Mt a.3"
best lot H30 W..t
ANt I..oAN employee benefit: c..I.t
)I .
Cia MS S2MO.S].14 rrench ad ptnellna .n"I'n.' .
I.AkELAND. a corporation I)I Inlutlnt P'Nl'iERAI.hlORl'UAIOII. n ooiln cundsldhos. pre nptl. programs and enjoy finest I: HARDT r. irowlniprlvn ".r 11'1. IU.
undo' 1*. law. of the I : : $( 1ON., I i iorporailon m et... Coo, peymenll |ggI860 Radiator ServlctTPE bedae plinti. 30 .hleh JO" ELECTRIC stool with aute-
United AL.tei nf Am.rlra. I I i ., armmiileod under ) m Fine trainman. C.1 contractor working conditions in Florida t SO d.n. d.l"r.d. MU 1 .al8.AZAL. m.l. ovea Like new MU I-4IJ

PI.lnUff. I I I II An Act of t.ongreaa II" "'nlkt- i I Llcenied and bonded. ANY ridieior emir. Opportunity availableto ." IAL Leone "lom In. FOR BALE. I l.asiS mp book USE KOCftCLAUIHtD

RnBlC"J I I Ing ptireuant lo the Federal I I rl..nl". ,reeorlni rebulldlntRidlewr recent 55.1 J. PUHILI.O and wlfa, I Xallimal Morlsag Aieotlation Carpeting P.ddoa Senlre. MOHADIATOHS college graduate I''Dr. ." .Ik. .IO Ever.reen. chain' hand painted.;
VIVIAN R. FI'HIUA). I)I barter Act ,mARPOT -'Inl who majored In Accounting. .. |oe .., .u"d..,- O'rur. 0th. "... San ADS
Dff'ndnMI. I)I Owed ., .. 11
NOTICE TO DEFEND FlalntirfJMRR IXp'RT .."..." HLOCKS el.n" Position offers training In I, .r.on. .. P.rk.r
TO: RuRFRl J. 1'1'1111.1..0 and -\' !notOliab I... Malbor's PurElor.. .0hnn. 5 > ,",'1.. rrrle-flo : Ro all I.'b lor" "5 $21. MU
.tO. of to, r T.
VIVIAN Y A. FOBS mail DIALL Oa.8131. ,.alr.alllr, oem. (). 3J08 phases .444.
llciuxon 10'111111.1..0.OT lit r..1 H.I ABKIH i-fenfliinl M JOH<'4. him wife I :South Florida' 112.4007.Rewsevillg prepare selected employeefor ;,,7 Foedi, Frails Vij'f blsi ,

N.co.doch... loom i NOTICE Of SUIT I Concrete increasingly responsible BETTER USEDFURNITURE AUTOMOTIVE

TOU ARE I1I;RKBY NOTIFIF I STATr"' OK H-OH1DA '10. Preferred SELF BERVICB fruit elaad Alee
that pull ha> bonn tnotpht..alol, HARRY A. KIM* and r:II7A L.CrN8D CNCRITI renirac. asignment. age hipped Open every dar ...rnptaaoardsp. & 116 Aiitomobilos For
Von |In tb* circuit uurt tf Ih,, eldeaalki, I Poll EXPERT : Employment I Sale
Ul: III M rOHH. hi. wire. "h.1: ... ln. .1 lIlt North Florida APPLIANCES
Tenth Judicial Clnult In and tnt udlnne I. IInkn"'n, MU j sob atreeti. pallet and I Iolu. ansi.. .1 ur., :
Polk County. .Horlilu I In .'ha.ry. YOU AIIK >t :ItbRT NOTIH1-D) llU50CtI. H lImIts. IBoteJIFtncot ..L" raIl K'Uum 0.wouoini noon. :Supervisor, Inter national I .81101.ORNOI... ANTIQUES & GIFTS Ila CHny I). 110 ..Ddll.n.
hv POI.k FEDI'HAI, MAVISdwlAND I that a cult for niorlsaae ro,... Ik.l.d. I I. '.d.31.. Minerals & Chemical Cor. 4310. Daws.ps.Plhdd.I Conditioner autamlUe Otabor. 000bs.tia.ia: .

LOAN AHrtOllAIIONIAKBIASO lIp 0'100"1'* hem been fit l.rl minima, you poration. South Floral Avenue .., R.d .T'.r Ai Meple Twin Ool C.b .aO'7)43.WI tD'. .1.'1.4. Call
a roriMirallon .I.t- Peal, : .1.
:n .he above entitled ..u... anil Swimming .
Ing undrr the '.11'. of II:. tall,d I| that you.,. herel.y le.mhed, to Bartow. Florida QUALITY msa rio. .Il..u trout 'd-.. M.hOa Chlnew Bedroom "_ PINANCI Your

",.1.. of Amrrlra. Plaintiff Ib. narles "01'yotyourann w.r nrI MUTUAL FENCE Companj, InoU : CLEANED. npllredTelovliloni '"Grow with the Country's I P..k.d dt. 81". .rde.. w. o dCsmphewond-Oo.5oud- sur. cerv I .000. Law .10 loop.ndl.ll..

alms bPln. mull lot fnm'Inu.. | mnl't. .. her written. drlennei mion, J. e. prlcei. na down parmeatlaranleed PL 0 d. .h.m'nl.. ..0pl. I l KlasIo S PPm Oat T>ble. cut down for coffee u.. C.... ..0..8RUL
largest of sIlos North .s
producer 41,0. Mlokmh 4 :
> on the following daarrlbadl: Haidln Peleraon Jr plalnlirt. 6-1151 !. We won i be unaer- ,o uIP..n .. 703 Saul phosphates ... lehle One Round Oek Tkblereftnlkhed 001C1 1524 Hod... J.t.
ral lrBla.'k; Homey. who. e .dd,... la VI7 bail old Lakeland' Ind.... MO aI.I wu ,.a lid I ." Mlh.au I leevek DIce : On. ..0.1'. Air nuldiiood R.
Lot mANtlE!: .line Street Lakelind rl 1"I lila. nn tJI. Free e>umate>. Tame Walnut D.k. M.hO'. : iIU0. AkID' MU 5.labs _
PARK AUUITIOM in Ijlk. ..r befur Ih. IOn daj (it Mnirh. 74 Fruit Trees 5. with chair Ch. .80 17.
land, Flotlda acrordlni to lha 114. and before nr linnirdlntelv FurnituriRHIDM : ...kfut seta, notre chain _
plat thereof rorordrd In Plat heiearter to rile with the lletk" I FOR Dinina Room Suite *- Brau NASH Hudion Hornet. Oood
Book I. pa.a lou Publlr n.,.. ..f Ihe abut'. TIL.VI810N repeira enrnobra. all P501? T.. aaarmm. elpm.Pta. : Refrieeriterk' .I Iro.P."o". Beet alto. viola'
atyleil Court II orli'Inal I Plot I .. call CHEMIST Btavei
prlreeMather .tc. I. '
ardn 01 1'0111 l'oll"t. l'lonItaand .... II lurDlu. .1..0. 5ma 10' K.nDloo. Suwanee North
or amid ." .r ..rnt ll written I '* ,. .. IS2Ul Ihrllw CI MU S-S1M. tad .. All typeeif Hlde-a-bed Ooodmettrewee
you .1'. horaby roq"l..d 10 I dofeneea. If kny Ihla eulteeka ,S .u..r.on. ._.. I, 00000 0 wed 12 CHEVROLET b.od.o1"i..
rue with th. C'I.rk) or .14 Court uality control .1... "1 cold reililaak Water Color 01mm.
to foracloe a HKirtgaga U : labrltor Corn.s oPt. Plod
|>ontha P'.tr. 'a .tlo. .
In Barlow, Florida, alt her followlns deacrlbed Upholitirlng )f pod Ilowerlnc l.e.a. I i and Ion. 0. '8. 1-0070. ...
oIly 0' b yoltorn.)'. your prrltte to.wit. property Income Tax large phosphate : w. de Uadtcaplnt lad lawacare 5,.. K.lhl.. Ol .
AUOI'1'T UPHOI.STSRXNO ,. operation has For the be.t la plaata eadervtee 'WE BUY SELL TRADE
Anawar or other def enn.s. Ir may,. Lnt N or no+On nom.. Unit vacancy fori call P.011 Nunery. 7ce lObs CADILLAC Sedan _
lo the Complaint' In ..Id unit nn, #1. Wlnl.r (lapel. l"liirbllu. u INCOME TAX otnsbln.1.0. I llp ,noIluaim.nod d,0000.pin 'analytical chemist Requires I W... Hancock Ftaone MU a40717ft 0.... 0 am I .. .. ".U.. redlo' beater. nIt,. eleaa auto.
or before tha I6ih day of March,'I IIM4 'own by M.p or PI.t Ih.r.or : : Ii 551r15..rranp
o4. .
and and college with least prloe
and in eerve a copy upnn, recorded' Iho Offici of The $ up d.I..r ..44. degree at THE JS2IOI4. after I .. ..
your plalntlffa sit orn.,.. DFNT- Holn..o,1 R. :IV.n.tall I in Landscaping SPINNING WHEEL
(lerk of tha (Ircult Court' In minor Preferred bile
II &
_... R Block CoWeekdan chemistr.
1.FT. MIIXKR. 8INDPR: CARR pod for ? ('..un). lour doer etatloa
IIII.FH P. Jlorlda. Blinds age 1031 South Florida Ave. ...oa. Si. autometk.
ELLSWORTH. t) In lilt Rook II Poge AM. to I P HARDY SOD CO. nlnd.r.
Hna 4U. Lakeland "'lor Ida. If you I If pun fill In do ao. (I'con. pro'on Bat. Sun t S Y benefits offered. Including MO S.2'0 r.dlo. pew t. Weel Mar.
fall to da. ao. Decree Pro Confei II I conr..o wIll b.. .lai.ra I eamboel I VERTICALS AND harteantali. MtAiUiv L*.. OraMtM Free Parkins la Rear o Sun Jr.
will be entire airalnet you tnt for th. relief d.m.nd.d in Iho 'U 106 West Walnut St. l tanufaetured Repelred. cleaned. group Insurance, rtrement. FREE Ortdloi PI*mm* WILL TRADE 1M4 Rambler' .,

I h. relief demanded In the Coplaint. C.mplo'nl.' Phone 686.1958 refinlnhed AIM eulomoblle ;; holidays. Snd ESTIMATESSI i TENOR SANJO duhei. pote aadPane Il n.n.a.s lor older model ear.

WIlNrHM' my hand and ofrirlalnow I tun bllndi. Air.Lite. MU <. );:omplete: resume or apply Ollmore MO s-Has Unnla .. .. window f>*. Mr MUl, 'Ohio .will take llos
IN WITNESS WhEREOF. I: ...1 n' aifI,, mi Pi Ik kid. kernel. ridio email appll :'..h. MU S-S37I.

have raiaiinto, eat It'Y h.nd. and, -ountv. rlnrldnlanuary. thiN Sill day o( IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS i in person to Supervisor ofEmployment. 77 Nurseries I .ncek. putol' terkle. 111V East 1S7POOTIAC Star For.redle .
coal, of the t Iruult ,'""rt I. lit,, J IPII. International Pine, apartment SBtAUTY do. Clr.whilecieaa

for Polk lounlv. Florida on .hl.. l>. H. NLOAV. in. OHRU.lERy aOL Torn. 100PM .. h..r.accept bade
Ih. IUh cia, or .bl''I'. IhOl11KM. Claik of lie t Iruult Court BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Minerals & Chemical Corporation .t sad up La'.virlelr of Iruiti complete :: equipment. kiulneu for a :.040 l. WI'

.' P. H. tlLOAN. .lit. 18IC.U.) too. dokvood with each Lik. .P.
South Floral new
('I."k or the f.rIla DIAL MU 6-1151-Ask Ave._ .iltkhtly Inr 1001 RED A.. Healr"
lIp Itt-I lilt. For Classified ir purchaet LakelendH ih n a '.. price. I 30
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fl ue. Bartow Florida. "r 1..I.r. 31 ewid
CIrcuIt Court v.put Clark Hurierr. phone call l 1'1.
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114 Awtemeklles For fall 127CmciBNCY Fvrnloh.d Aportisstts WHO AM I TO JUDCt 'itOiR HAD NO MEMORY.? HYPMOOB WHEN, SPECIAL CREDIT AND UNAGeUMINQ 1 153 Neuies Fer Sot.fwO'500rmOo0000a 153"Houses For S.!. I

1M icrvnot.rr: 11.1 Air Hump. APAMTMCN i = I HI BOMS REBGON b.th.1I.ln. AlB VONtHTn and Beatodihrea
aarelleBI udIUoTh. Make ..t.r. round II.... Dtlllttt fiuwaluW..I KMOW THAT. FOR i:1: r_. r..II' 000.0 buIlt bedroom, Florida riomhem
I. will _""i>t trade. MO S-IiIe .Id.. MU ....30. "= WHAT HAPPHHEDl ANNIE MIND ONCBAQAIH I. .1I.h.D. I.... 00 ua'alJe' *, Boulnild Call Mil 5-5(14.
I. l W6U.I 811" ...... ...... A.", ... ..88.'H" : I
IMO rORD ralooB tw. doo,. POOR MOOM bilk. rurnlah HOW .
whit.. r.w Un,. lew mllear.. or ..'.mlab... Oood loeltli. s:: I VOTSBUT-YW" HOMES BY
equipped$ 0.sroflhI rellent. flb near ... ..., aharouw and LaMorion ... FOR MY I S INTntMT in B I we "bedroor
.r belt efler MO aMII.IM1 4M.mo. 4! home OB account ot bad .healtr.
loon Weil ath atraet, MU i-j ai1123CENTRAT VA MANAGER I
'iI-oRD toUr door O.lul.. TWO BEDROOM: d.alo.11.. baLk
lao,.. :wa lost r.... SOO.5404 plus abower. _UIIU... permit* .
adult.. *.._ ilrl *' **.. $100 DOWN
CHIVr: Impila. lour dhardtop. ., ..... '.
l.lor. 01'. radio IIM
.r Cull 91J4J59t r t ... LAKe FARKXR. lo.tlr brand .... Moor eholee 005.. In all 1.//

OUMMOMLB.! Ixoellei four room Silo balh. lerraanoon .. If you're handy with paintbrush non. complauir ,'
11too... studIo, .." .
rendition NOV <.t, ml pox.. ;; 40041.. poprn.sfl. So low is $3.5OtOp
heel. tint floo,. MU and this
'-''3'' hammer see br offlc call.
Wholeeale lit,"",, C* 1-S.m Wll our or
t.. H..... POUR ROOM eeraened par.anond modern five room home

NIC ia.& CJI&VIIOU.'Tdoo,. .hoar|p.ulro Clean 117, eonrenlMitooated Bout Mi.. Needs a little work but T. R. TUCKER Jr.
I erllnder, sloP tiUl bcellti ,fork. ,
has An
really possibilities
oondiuoa, ana-let after I 1' i1M1 .

TUDEBAKER: Lull .taUoa iHREB lereae BOOM.....................Near Blued ijJorton. ?.... RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE extra good buy at 5500. REALTOR

."0.. Clean tuotUeol (011111110cm .. Kwlk Chek. .3t .....ITtna. CLARK REALTY 833 N. 111 N Man Aw Lakeland'
xo 9- 9iJ. .._. eN....... 1$3 H9utii For S.!. MO 9-717J
mltli d 144 Lots For Sole 151 Real! fatal Exchange 153 Houses for Sale Mass., 686-4031. PitA Ana Property ManaierVA
U$ U t Acreage
man: ROOMS and bath, ti_ 5A1h&AI4. 01100 do..a. .&I monUl Area Properr ........
117 At.m.btti! Want. trio "........ dot water. call M : -. Tbroe bedroom CB. carpolaria ,,,, AAVS 50050 'rII,.. b.droom C'Bho.
,-.n.. HREB: ROOM1 OslO, BlodtinloM .. PlVI: ACRB hlih and drr V., 1310 FOR Bir anuur. aaiummonthlr .
room Beit aeetioB Conibi ..... lIe ..... .Ioetr. ..lIohoo.n. .
WAJtT&D a.aAN sir. ... 00 'IIModO rafUEl: ROOM duplei. klee.urnlthed to ....'010... it raa, ...001.. droMB. ..od... hO.... bard LIST YOUKPROPERTY "..m..1e ol .... Thre School area. ampler Reallo ... .".. POe MU |.nn.
....... .. pond. IrrlilUon lenoindaraped. bedraomi. Tradiwlnda. JIll Cm
\. Call MU w,.,. Baa t* lOP. Ill Soot ro. 4024725 .I.hlt.
accept U.inollaTOUTHMDEl ahlld. NO' Otiarlat.INPURNUHED. I tarm*. Plant Cl1CHOICE ,. WITH US cent PInes.Fouls SUBURBAN
1-4341. til Wett
pay CABH tor Pickup triuek or ?523750. BEDROOM trama horn. I, NOW

ear under .'IT modal. Plea** aiMO APARTMENT.: Ntor .-ocorawd. Pour, roo...ODIM..I... aad: ba I<..... M'k40' lot IB alt* 14" "VBhortf rant 9EU.: It lOfts Dlllaland. 97.lot. Bin all dowiparmtnt. NO DOWN PAYMENT Small Down ferment.-A S bedroom .
11144Mrlal. furBUhed. Permanent teatn BIO lot. Call Mil m>7 '. Pint P1.... Landacaiwd ".000. IT DOWN" H L. <9hortr) Pal, I Or will trada Iw dv- Btbeitoa ;:\\ldh'h" p.r..u dllihltul. ... 4 b._
W. PAT SOS op for j.n" 5005p. ....... .UI 0II0I Drl. IIV r.u MU 9-1114. or Raaltor LMLA. 104 S. Ttnniaia pin., Phon MU '''011. nlentr of room, ar bom. d..I.a'* Il' a lamll' .Ith
... "1.11 MD "0"1'. 110. 044 24037. NEWLY DEOORATBO: llv. rooii .,. Amu. Phont MO 11171INMt deal retirement home or unalamllr I OboeS ol children. Out ihadrd
bath. ooratntd ponb. Soar ator. SEVEN ACRES food .... 1..01! .... OOOD THRKE: _.00. hobo, 50. .. rear MALL borne. RO-1M1. HorUiiait ,
Ino. ....IU' Jl D1XIKLAND I.... apartmtnAll O 0 a. .. A. Parkin. ........ ot with circuit* drive, formal
oiled It Wwlonr Hlih
.. .*d roid Pour M'-tl SoL
70 n Park HIlL taaulra.Ut Pimotto. on p UU din In. room lam break'aet
CASH IN a flath u, 0. .1"0. electric kitchen, umitiiurnlehed. .. MOO ..,.. 'ro"" .. Art IV 9BIIrulilfrtd *. land HUH. Par email ...1" ..01 BRICK HOMES W. R. "Bill" WILLIAMS area
'0 broW.,. Call so.seo. WIld Adult.. Fhen MM174 broker .....>311. ....ma ma'..... permenta, BIUH REALTOR LMLA S Hllla dm or 05.1 05052 4, mar.
le floored center entranthall.
sill 41..rd. erenlni.. TWO ROOM unlurnltkad apai.. sell to 001010 50 000040. Call .... .. Florid Ave. >
mom roar .ll... Mooa Drlvo I I. THIRD SECTION: Bom opta I. 152 Real! state Wantid l1e 1131 :i>mpellll.el p priced. to aliln OBh
WANTED OLD Junk ear or nt. NOW AVAILABLa upper halt atMdroom .. N.. Tampa III.b..... Mrnrr i Bun A..... Pick four lot lop $56.36 and-m market ....IOIt.H.
wreck Cor .*.h. Prompt picku d."I... Automatic htailr .. LawN 0.0-. Rolli.... 101 Boil whlla the arlcctlon u It 0<1. BM.- A PRKB dream vacation. TN.l HHB9 UEDROOM frimo hou.. '
BI...'., M-4M1.. _IUG..r. V.,. dean, rbu 0 0/ tnouih th. .roh... .1 .
Call .. Florida A...... .MII1.f Idol hikh lots with tr on PM ..0011I lIes 00000 01 ..... 111.100 no.0.Phoan .
Near Laka Hunter, Uiim A. S. MORROW
hado tract Total pr.a 141I .. Tills la First Federal's30TH Uili kaautilul tOrso bedroom horn .U 8-31110.

CASH FOR YOUR CAR after 4pm.I 13 U.hinilt>iiJ Heym.Lao ( down al month Fur moo, oomplel with S tilt bathl, lire .01.11 tin.. 00,5510 00 eo, Iota REALTORB LMLA
a I CLOBB In aparunentc. ..u Inlormallon, tall jm-f MardCT ". lobs room. paneled FlorIda' W., .od.1a 5lw .Ad. 005. -
rurniehed. dean 444450..u.. 4-1111 or Din WUtttra, CT room Plenty of .10... and nor 00450100 LIVE IN THE COUNTRY 104 e, Tenoaiee* Ph. MU 1-JI1T
Pandarvla Chevrolet will urnlihed.. Clark Roeltv, 41tail. *. PARTLY Mrnithad 1 OttO 1-1433. Wlnttr H...... ... ."... LaBdacapad. around S bedroom, c B. homo oa S so...
bur four car II Hi clean I i _..... MoO Rudr R..alt. '. with Inks .1... Mont bt teen
.. uf land leaord aud aroea '.n_,
len Saul "._.1aI Bltd. 000.101. OMlinei price "'.'00. Otlerei
CAR PAYMENTSTOO 71'HIT!', walklnt dlctanraouthialo to' now br owner for 91900 OnliIioo IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION ront and rear porrhei. carport
Wall to wall rarpetlni Uirouih
130 nithed MentnAKETRONT abopplni and GOOD BUY
down. Phone HA '-'HI.
ONrURNUHEO DUPLEX 1 atrooma aiooo. Call MO ..o a& .hOOI'I' iut4 bulli-m ito... u,300.. -.
HIGH? carport I bl..... aohooouthiat a-WO. SoloN CII?. CO.. 'I'Ir.... ro-im.
HOU4B P.e0100.d.! *. '.0. lait Carom fii ri'naDaooue: I 14 b.th. Large 3 BR home facing
, llbta and .....,. chlldnn uMt M-4 Peodarvlt Ctitvrolet win par off land. PlWtr Artttillnt BOo ...... ..... Real hanaln IB SOOr : Lake Bonny. Tile bath-/u
.. Aeo.eS..1I1I
>u4. Call aiur I p0,0On 411 Bo. FIB.
four Inks model car and ..... BEDROOM with .art hIS "..I.... L.aM or b... Co. 3 bedroom I bath frame horniMI
rot home la one 100 can atlonBe d ,., MU 3JOrHHU M7 norm ..........lOtll. txonUl. ..... othrr. R, M Pulldo sold of Lakelandand dmirabla afi.fr location 9pm.,, 9 call 3. MlI4Q1I KBARUAIN 999-14 I a.r* of I..... Deep well dining room 114 lou 90
Ooat aro... MO 41111IVI to the people or .000 rerme.MEDULLA.
ROO.... Coupl or Pill Boa Bod Farm, I7I-I734. TamtOKOVE feet frontage. Furnished omfurnished.
' Mr. Ruaeell or Mr. Dunn b.b.. I....n.. Porott. VUlltliipiloBkl. .. ROOMS all llaoU-lo. Kanud .. Polk County THREB attracUte Cl
PENDARVIS SOar ...., ....... MU ralrUtralor tural.hd. OoweattaB .' and ..ka LAND. Baautltul- 10 huh"' Iind.pInt home Carport, utllllr awnlni Don't Miss This One SECTION Good term

..3..... OM Porn Road. I.. warm lactloB Lakeland llna lani window iniulatod nloa neiih Soutbslde Location a bedroom, 1 biUi tr.... home 10-1070

rilRNlBHKD COTTAaC:, two DM. nonui. parnanut ......... Muat. .. toll prlo .aeu pur .... TtnJ9 FIRST FEDERAL borhood....t. no Ttrmi.cur Three ta>ea. bedroom no oboeItlU in Ij acre. 91,900. Oood term.

CHEVROLET room*. oopvoDlont loeauon. AdulbIVO do.... k o R. L, oardniR lOIS Woodland Drops, lot ?e' I S Near achooli and churrhea. 'rllroobod. UO-I097-10B.
... .. .. R. K. Loll 1DI. \ .-.. paneled Florida 14.10. R. M. MARLER
monuilr. lot Intuit .. 'ONI'UIUIISHIID TWO bodroom c. or r leI' I.r..540. d. t..... 11711 NCOM: 4 unlta 4 room. and
>hon. MU l43amlr. end .... Cl... to ..'. Raaltf. 1011 Soot Mil". central heat and air .rondltlon .
110 M. Florida A... 04.004 .eo SAVINGSAND worth 110000 Throe bedroomi ,. 0 uui .""h. ....110. 41 loo down
TWO BEDROO" 0.4.. Aduito icbooli. MU .-.12.. Phono eN..u3. 631 BU-nn, ....00 and two brdroomi bar.., Drape mortem. Included blI 000IU100Sr Corner loI '". no mo. dear La,. Hunter. III. & SON

Mo ..... _........ Nnonlh THREO BEDROOM Cl almatno. 117 Oirannah, IT.loo, 80,. oraoie ..... "','00. 141-1..
120 Farm Implements purmmntnt mldrDU. M. .. 101 000.. 01454*, '1t. Call 3 ACRES $3000 LOAN ASSN. OF tima 00.... Big dliecunt lor ...b COMM&RCtALroom.. C.homo LULL Realtor*
1:... VllMUO WU ','.13. In mr ...11'. nion owninana7.il 686.7700NOW 401 B ...10 Bt. MU 1960Vervliu
lot. IOO.
Near Griffin School. Cleared OB 71 B 100 47 91 ..
"1410 MU 9-1009 polo RENT thr*. droon how.. TWO' BEDROOM: conoral blo.... 000 down. Balanoa Ilka rent. OJt Lakeland SIn,. 1906
or "rllr furnlnhrtf or unfurnlirmloet l POLIO ...... and MrlatraMrnonth no, truck land. High' and dry. TOP BOUTIIBIDB 1.54010nnrar Pill lea. lor buslOsas..UWANNOI .
FORD TRAC'I'OIk dl.. sod I... He* Tamp Hlibw.,. unonth. aOI North' Vtrroont phone Good graded road. Call Ed Downtown: LaOs HolllniiwartD. new four
oIlno bled.. C.U M1J 0-0004. bedroom. I Mi bain air eondlllonlni jook it thIs charming S .04.1. : RtV'R ARIIA 00noroo
a-lOau. 003-4000. Pouts MU 8-3908 with T. 1 R. Orange at Tennessee lullr carpeted Lot 1211 3 bedroom IVt bath homo V, .... ....,. ".000. ,...... FURNISHED HOME
TWO 041300004 ho.. Two moos: aEDROO" "' ..U..ld.'UO. 110'. I.otll..t: lInn0oIni. Phone block from Laka HolllnnworUi
121 Mobile Hornet 0..11 .hlld..n ncoop0d. .eo 5 'rIIr. 00414000 la.otronl11IO. Tucker Jr., Realtor MU Grove Park: .13-1373 0' 000.5103. CL-11SI-I. Separata dlnlni room MANY OTHJ1R8a..ntn. : *a ACRE $3,000

,- ta-o,07.IPACIOUS John Pr..... 'Ior. 124No. 8-7173. Crystal Lake Drive at foIl laraaa, acreened poroh. Bhadeiot. .. Call MerriuBEERMAIUEALTY....h.r .
Mnbo. II..IOJ.81a THREE BEDROOM 10. Ideal lemur homo. .U 54300 You, total price I. lost 11000
aOUTH8Il, bloc" Meadowbrook bathe, lamllr room, aeparutllltr ... .
MONTEREY DELMAR rln* aold to nettle ...., e*
,ill of l40odnro. Two kdrxI .., ; ; ROO.... otolnI ulIst. mod- with aho.... wall-to-w I W. R. "Bill" WILLIAMS ..'a need .....1 Ideal rattremenoma
MIRAMAR MARK rl.I l. oohooU groc.... *len < Ira. 0000,50 .rd'D. b.... 110. ..ea"OIIUotlio. ACREAGE .....lIn.. oon..nl.n 00 all I REALTOR LMLA ... about 9 mllai out ol town
Bonn Plac. lao 0'tit MO '_8a, ..hoola and 0. 1100. P.rleot soodIllon. -
VAGABOND altO und.r urMount phono ALL Like Front e. ...... of clear* B.. It. MU (-4134DNDKB 1111 B "' .. A... ....IU"
mASS BEDROOM BouUlilttar .. l,ned paitura land loose PoCltr. Ml 90. ", A. AVI. MU 4-1111 KEN HARRIS
3-4474. Houses for Solo
MOBILE HOMB INICRANCB tool olllra and DlnlclaiMhool. with anproiimallf Vk mlol I 153 CON9TRUCTION. Tredl.llonal .

IOU Boat TtnnouiMO Lak Ptonlaat. Turn. la deMon SrotutInos.o- $100 DOWN nJlor Eichanior LMLA
DEE'S 131 Fer Ktnt. MIK.n....... 1-4174 oft r 9IHREB 3WNER: LEAVING Florida aeon3lf arab dlnlni room, paneled lam ..
1 Aoro Diar Medulla. 0004 Prlel louiei IB .11 wrtloBi of LaObond tOM B. Florida A...
nodtra homo at radueMorlet. with fireplace
r* a II>lr room COUNTRY HOME!
: BEDROOM.: OH. bath ID owned br PHA fop ..1. atlout
ant Ttrroi.PAaTURB turnlihtd unluralihadnac lorir, double ...... IM-11B1
or door entry
co. M t RCIAL 0401011ITIALtoIsho4
MOBILE HOMES! ood loeatlaa 1740 H.nlIt.eI.o.no.551 poulble prlrei and term
or unlurtiiihed rnt.ij4ri iioo pot nonlh. Call .u I W. It. 8m" WIIIInIIII. .....110' Woodbine BrIar Brae Lakeland' most build'ir. do.IrIbl. XPW down. .m.nle. no.100101' Spacious two bedroom on

OUR .. Wabaah MTJ 9-ttB Rudr Realtor. 1117 Bait: MIMcblli -mil or MO d-MU. 1111 e. PIrlds .... ....II.e IOUTH8IDB. NEW Trad r.uiMUltf 013-4023. addreu.. Ben OUen. oiti. and *atr monUilr parmenl front- CLASSIlID' OI''L''V _
morAl .1... 000410? 10.tIIIo. TWO boOr.... boo,. TOrI. btdroomi Dial (-.I* u to aaa aom ol Uiee. bet two acres. Highway
: LAND 400 aort'. .111 Uk twin bad. WilkIns '1.. 1101 9TAUMTON Avenue, ....n.r burl aowl age Ideal for commercial
Ioao *0 0040r 000etOI0,000.
TRAILER BALES reoUla. Imuianct. load arm I tanea ihopplni and almrntari lot. Three bedroom two bautriorld BIU CheckABBOTTHECHES aIII
133 Homes
tu>..... parti, auppllea. In- 110 month. lnulra 111 WoutsIm01Io cltarod, IIN.-: CII?. OnIIM ; K-hool, acron itrwt from ...."' room, built In ranieIV .ad pbs 050. Reduced $2,0001! RM-
.... bonded local and aatlonitrantportan BtratkPACIOUB par OCr.. Ttrmt 550 ...." net Junior Huh W... Win dmItratt. 0'''. eo..1 SIr sod hnt. DunCr .
oJ""'', 4710 .low CLEAN MODIRM .mleb.d hOIIMrtllrn. .... "ODERN t.. "ed.oom d.. Hta R L. Oardnar, R C. till Or oil South Lincoln At*. It.n.I..rod. NU a.IOII.THRII .
Tampa Hllbwir. MO "- 0'.._ oottaiM Oood ll.lnxndltlont .1... .1"11 01050.0. 003-0140 or Haf K Lull at Dirk'I Brill, lut.. Open aundar ..,SQl, al- two bsUi.doublo CO.PHOSPHATE 554NEAR
LITTLE BEAVER: : ......1 ".11.... "" otlllUM furalthoilui. .3"IIOa.. loll I.., Main, PbS 0004133BUILDERS 00 kf ."\>Oln..aloo Phon 616.i : 01000001..or.eF lot 1'00 III SCHOOL!
IllW-tUlO v.1.. .k.a3. 000port. _
1.015.i 911 111UNT RooItor
11 to IT Cottello'i Travel Trail .
T H REI: btdroom 81001.. .a8 CS0ILOB.o3SS11
10.0. nO '
en, Havandala Blvd VICtOr, Haian. 917._ II.... painttd Lana *..d. Cawrt. -.BALE Ntar 0011.... Twi .. Ton. .h. .11 .1113 i ii Three bedroom, Floridaoom I USED TRUCKS

W3-96I1: 30' MODERN eorand IMUM trail Coannitntlr loeaiod. 1401 l bedroom. ilmplnc, porch Cottiti separate dining room
I OWNER TRANSFERRED: mUM rO OP lk. AinM In Polk Cm, otrphlna. MU 44B14HREB 3>k arru In.ldi "h. slIp Pots, In Tf.r 6H-1H34 bttWMii .-, pa OWNER, .Three bedroom CB3araie AREA i
located lot Call WO 7-3481 UwU DH. tl I ...... Potiibi II lou lor lo. built-in kitchen. roarblock. i on huge corner lot in Dill- AND TRACTORS
ll 41 I 10' Reial : '
t BEDROOM. two both, Duo TO ..I"um.t.n.11 ..U from orove Park. I4M fInd thli 4 room.
II Po ..,..t. OordoB's Mobil. tot 002. PICk Cllr. I 'tar 0.50. P.. and WawUnit ;; coil homo ".'00. Tarma.TED thro* _room. two bath ....!. do.n 161 montnlr OSLO CrMoealPlaoa. mpiorai C. homo will to th.lr loll,'. more Park. Only' $11.950! 99 CNIVP.OLIT Aeeeh 19"

t Park. *41304MON1ERAV 20' TltAILE" .1111 ..b..... ....1 loo montb. 130 Bait Voom -. TOWSON rat randltlon CB horn In Hlih. MU 94468PRIVATB niblrd Hill aecllon oil ...... w....i encltetd len.
pook ...... IIod.. A.I ..........
10,000' with 10'.21'! 0001. '40154 010 50 000ooutb. 1..la.1I1 and Hllla for aacrllioa. Call MlMl Ro.d. Larie atlrutlv lot.
: threiedroom
: PLans MOou82.. : OWNER. CB. NO.k'I' RN.813MEL .ul. 1000'lon\' ....
.. ina. Bcrvnd Porch, eorniNo. WOODLAND HilI>. Tw. boO Realtor 9 .> It* bith, two blockirom DLL PRICE Oood Krmi. RUDY A bur ., 11091II
lot. :X Gordon park 90tonifellow Lots hardwood lloori luceard. I Mtf 9-3161 Ill B. na. A 14. NO MONEY down no .IooiI'i Crrital Lake ....001. Com.IMlf E. EDWARD INTIDMATIONAL Vk ten
Blvd.3oi9 134 Moblk Horns ttt.Utt Cundaira or lIt. 00.10. P100 0004 ca .1' O. lurnlched, *000, Buumi Cleen. ".Iootd.-
TRAVELO: wltti lull ill. L .... ..,.. .3100515' fOsop sItI bl'aob-'AoborO. VA mo'...... 6aa-U7l. HOLLOWAY, JR. LMLA-REALTOR E'lkup One owner 9>4I
b..... air condltlontd Alto Slilibana LAKE POINT Pour itar MoMI '!' .: 145 Builnoti Property 4.1. II 100 Oil PIP sns month.'nil Raaltor can DO 0.. t...t.,. 00.4rI.nu,00
.. IIX ROOMa. larat btdroonloratntd FROM OWNER 011010 bedroom MORTGAGE BROKER .
... 0.0
HOD' Park Ntw lot. an WO 1..73.. "ea-t3l' .r 0005075OWNER .00110115
.. bedroom nod ...
wlUi larae porehoa, ntar LaHorlon. :B. partlr lurnlitied l.oslIlul-
....0&. Wood p0051154 Will 503otpnrnl01. Akoland HUB and dr and? Munlelai ...,. Ilxmlna 1333 Wttt OIl.'. TAMPA HIQHWAT 110 921OWDM piLOo1D REPO99: 9 B 1 1in I I. landicaped. Corner lot 9rhoal 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. NOW'l
.. ..._. .> tloctrK water John Br inaa .ln LobsIaed.rr' 10*
want olltr ) in nanr nod boo at door ill.loo
boa UnM. Block 04 uctPTI JIIAI. homta, thrwdraomt. .. SALE
0 lr aa J Rtallor: 114 Wttt Main It. Mtl Ruflr Rtillor HIT .. Mnorm .. Term arranied, .e..18. dial 686-4107 any time There Ar.
bed .1
1064 MOBtLB: "0"" two no" Oroo Park hopplni O ner. IVk ....., bu room
roomi. ..o.Ueni .....dIUaD. Prtcreaeonabla. Oood lakt fuhlni aid boa a.o 'VO 9100. Clark Rtauoma .. RKB1DINT1AL COUMKHCIAInduitrlal I.. Bl d 84107 'EDUCED 13000 movlni Call- NO DOWN PAYMENT I I TWOIn..II..1

94 Boo,," Clrcll, II n.. OmIt ...... 840 Nurtn C,..--031._ lota, all.05115..... MRudr .1 CHOICI: RETIREUINT: horn.. ornla. Will ....111.. two bed- 0" West .Id. 01 lowe a blOck
LoOn P0400. .al La,. DrU' MU 1-7473 a_ iiMra. 0'0' Pook. ThrSi0001401fl. Rrallor, tilt B Mtmorli 0n5 lurnloh.d. .Ut nnd.r t..ooo room houio ...100' condition I.om Lao. Halts?. CS .113.' I and Garden Cub trictore.I CedatLawn .

10' I laW aun .'ura. .. tw. DORIS: UOB1LE: Park. 41(0 Ma'anpa '" .. t..o b..h.. FlorId.: Blvd OKI4107INOUirRIAL oeriI.nt. IIrm.. Cub 0.110. Clark deal location, Cleveland HellhU too bedroeme, nlre' ,I dm''I -I' HP end 10 M Cell
bedroom. Iront kitchtn, I0>2ecreen < Hi.bwa.. Lana dry Morn roo.... 1111 0150. Cloth No.00. TRACT adjoU t'lllr. > 4031HRIB etioa lor III 000. II told kr .n and llvlni room carport and : MU 1-4111. I.. a demon.tratton. .
nclmui 5054W alumlcarport. MunICIpal pitura ....., Mi e ."031. Kraft Foodi. anpronlnitrir' II BEDHOOM two bathl.B larch II Owner 6I1-340S .tilltv, .ft' monUilr total prent EAGER TO GO .

.um II IS Beat: Main. front. .al-a 71. : Acts Blihwar. Railroad. lao 000 : oinitrtutlon. Cork lloori can.4al ii't wr4. 545 ..OD..... hu".h. > Call Karl: Traneue, MO7119
ell 'HORS A. "hr.. 0.4: John J. Brcnnan. Rtaltor en... bntludalr condltioninturalihtd ... P0000Gm bom.. Arelser .- or MU 4-7173. Utnf more
122 Mobile Homes WoMtoi12S 'I LAROE MOOILO Lame 10'" 'urront. Ill bat hi Florida root: 4103. Ntar 9hopplnt atntrt smIth, ...1."" .. brob0. 0040330 choose fromQUILLUN
2024 MlI..a 00000. Pb bulls In*. $U5. Clark Rtall4031 oburiihci and arhool. Cllr IN BUSINESS? '
'jij"fl5ROQM Park "..rlflot
.. ., .
WU 2404 -
.. .
.1411 and lira prouctlon Jut
Farmi Grovii Ranchi'IVB for 11100 Br own-
146 11,000 eoullr
WANTED .RAILWR an.ot' II 000P000. '
out of cltr. Br ippolnlmcnt onr -
1'...... .211. WIll. US Rooms Fr lent MU 9-1320 ThIs home ... InBMjPirad $50 PER MONTH 'r. Three bedroom, Florida two bathl, oikoon ,1 See the "BuBlnest Oppor. INTERNATIONALTRUCK
JIm Onna .a.o OslO 01454.51. VII UDGIKCUUWIID ? : ACRE: Plant Cltr Iannoma ot Homai, Lint lot mini room room
1'...... lurnlahad Mo. in. II.3U double carport IU Wild- tunities" ado In today'i & TRACTOR
AROE ROOK. el..... mar bill Clark Raaltr, 9IH IV OWNER on. ..... *... bod- .ood Avenue. 981414
lantleman .ro,....... Prioa ra- ADS null laJU. room LB lull Olin bath carport t and t bedroom tram home for the best buy. I
Bum 4031. BY OWNER lour rear old 411.p1.0. paper 2115 Dodo City Hw*.
_.b"".. MU 1-1341. .lllit? room III.ooo, 9310 down hat mooS bo told Immedlalclr lood loitlon. -

D8EO BUBEB lor ..I.. Brhool o,: .;lllo ROOM art... ... bomo. .hole..... 147 Income Property H-BI37 alitr 1 ... N.Mtt0.euallfrlnf.. MInImum BO elonna dowa p001.01sod coit no .Income Bvenlnii pop.rlr 441 Snot Pal.irnuned .! i"P"LAY.1 IP..Phono...... Prantblau-OHktrt MU 1.4117 )
"I"'a. .1.11. .
COlIOMi. wttuid pciutllul .
Por Information CLAOdriCD o
OIl. t..... ...rd. Chevrolet. CMClac '.11 move In.
a.3e. .... .
IIIU Mariana Parad road. IInilta
International. From 1&00.a. I t1IRIS .EDROO" 00.1.. tOols hone Mondar throuin rrlder 9 COMPLII111LY; AND .Ur..l:, .
Contact H. R. .... *. 41Kouth ,' VANTKD TWU workio or ro- Ar REAL ESTATE .or saris 4 a000 .lmmltlS _I. out "' '*1..01. AuburadaliHO 9. .olt.... Handy to
lurahaat A...... Ill. 1I..d ...... print.. bath. la3. p1.0 17110 5 ...onta Inoo.... ..., 13013.OROVO I ......., boO churrb Onlr I3.MO
1103. Wool Joiaphln. 43o l.t prO54rt 51.40.0005 0 .eol Too- PARK arta. Thro btd-1 MU 2-2283 lark Bealtr. 8B9-40I1.
143 Mobil Hem Lets Itwood. MU 9-M10. room CB, carpotlnt. draperlai,.
Unfur.l.htd A.rts.LINOOLN sIr condltlontd tcrttntd titiiiatlo
13 .
built In OB tootonUSole NOW
Ml tfDGflCLA5SIIfD Two badrooma. oak Li. Larloomi.
Una lot 111 loo Pramnt
0 0 till T Apcrtmnt Ilr conditioned.' Prlold IB' thli brick l bedroom home
Free Rent. ...0".... 110.110. 913-4141 '0'.ppolnlm.nt.
..ktland't llncat lor oolorod p o. homo or Invaiunent' ttrma. Ho, SURE EASYway ..i blom from Like ".at... BNto .
ADSRENTAIS pl. Nortn Lincoln sod Wait tin ..Ioeln.1.. tm _'U'. loll IMroitir. owner wil
MU 1-03M Free TWO DUPLEXES Stoat _,_. POR 9ALB b Po.o..no 4 build. inildir anr olfer and "',m..
Towing ninU kitchtn lurnuuid .1.: .r. 01 ad.IW. ussr Bouthcal .ara. "ehadrd lot with, altrua and
RAND NEW. float collmchoolt. Clnrlind &....... btauuiulrtti.
a ahead Is
to floors Keperatemtnv
to push k Hardwood
ondiilontd. cllnt' rtturn anvtilnnnt. o. wllma
ThIs U tba ok>t.< two''till April Ictntral oik lloora air conditioned attraotlv
bedroom apartntnl u Laktlandk 04 Ploilda'l moot tilti.I Phon 9H-0411._,__. .raltd "..,. Two laria btdroomi, turn to today's "Automo I..ro.' .room Manv
floori. air oondiuoaod. kuil aiodtrn iBobilhoiB PurL DUPLEX. PURNUHKD Clot II .. FlOrIda room. bath and Ij,. A
128 Builiieii Pieces for Ron I I '.I'OhUd .,00. olaiulillcbtn. .1." A."" at 17 MO. Ltaor Rt-alto,, homo lor ..' nophop...* tOo bile" classification for a
fInd .ont a: ..rcl. M mobllhom ranrh Udi I 110 Koruo. Maa>aobu..tU, MU ..' bout and priced below Hut. W R.IIBiII" WILLIAMS
Ult5. Charlra Knrdtr. pbona Ml4129 oil cltr lacilltlt an "' 1". rats,0 J4I.JUPLEX.. trail with BO cloilni coiU, LeI s a f e dependable auto
BUTLDINQ. I0''40lor lilt. Cat I pl..n.1I atw '.....tlnn build In.I .. .I awd at 114 It....,._. H Lwoodard IIEALTOL..L4
b. .. I ICLA.llrrl.O
LaOS .
Faclni Crrital t
hive rou land. Ntwlr ndoeorawd 070 ih. JJ4
condlllonad, alacUU haa
.thln.Contact 1M-1430 bearh Can or .be...1008.Ilnlehed Uaiir. ...., MIt I-4J41 Drive Out Today To ilr iltntr do..' apau, ranita ancfrlafriton .i IL..III.O DISPLAY DISPLAY I DISPLAY AUTO I'
14" J-7884.
doubl carport -
t. DUPLIIX. 100.0 rooml 0104 CIRCLE M loins. comblnid I Want tomtlhlnHe --
129 Furnlsliod Ap.rtm.nhPURNI"JlED !I b.lh """rD. 040 on'h. 10H *. tnli It it. maUttl'OUR .

II... I..moo 01.040. T.I.000oo MOBILE HOME UNITS 111000. "'Mctllacnontr SALES

OR nlarnlihed. pn. 002-0250 ..."r. haar lOW Ward
vile bath entrance. 91700 V. ;oiuu: : TWO 0.4r... ..1104LIII ..... 1501 West Arlana St. >ul>ll.'a and ..... Call MU
15100 monthlr. II.....'. Apartit hiI slId SIr o.odlUoalno- -3314 .....
.. Open 7 Days I. S P.VEAunruL ....
MO 14441OARAOE SOIlS in o>oa and rani. ninrilor. .. ; TWO AND thrta room aparlntnt. .:

APARTMENT neat ant I i .. Walkln dltlaneo uDhooli LAROI ahidr lofor I Bath llvlni room Lariorncr .I
.1.... Convenient Bouthtlde, locatlon. and taopplni Tnt flntup.runtt trailer on Lak Parks. BPI. lot eol North ....11.. BRAND NEW
Near Diaieiand.' i ood ".1... )'. IB ''I..d. (100 Miionll II. Tank watr aad .aloctrl. Pb
Call MU 3-33 3.UOTEL >. 121 111'.., caroli trait
borhood 053.4037.
c a APARTMENTS ono an.I 'Je 70. TRAIL'R OWNEIUI You'U .nlol; I
two roomi. II..... utilitita lur 1I.ln. on tour 0,15 101 I. Lako. ACHIFICI CEDAR hOlD
Blihed. Dixie Motel. 400 Ni .ood TralUr Eitau T.,0 5j5 1 ..droo.. Bonl itonIOUM. .
Tampa ShOwn orka tut: ol L... Parklr 01, I7 u 8i> dun or WrmLam I
Uvlniroom unalo ...*... largo 1010. pat.,: low Irom ie l. |% on oirtik
UPPER TWO bedroom ..... Home of Qiiafltj Cant
kitchen, bath cedar clotetatorei. .. ttrleUd.. undrrroun diri Croon. A .rvw h ;
.. .tlIIU... Follow sISal B. Idwarallowar. SlId ,. 9 milai Norm :
50.., but Adulta. 3-6747; : rn.5 00 'I
Jr., Ktaltor, .a.anor ,B 301. Wooda and w itcl
40.0 45400111
40.004,4. .10 GALORE
52 Real Estate Wanted 1
\.r..t. 0005. MU I-Otis
144 Uh For SoliVE
Acra9i, I '
....t. Child ..pled. Itfoeltint Rudr,
Mil Rtalr.
... waver lurnUbtd. ISO ACRE 'r..".. SIP do... 12 5 I 0,5515 rtnlali '
000-3400 onui. Mel Rudy Rrntor. 111Monorlal '7 "' 1617 LaoS Utmorlal, 695.410' 64 CORVAIR Manse Coupe. 2395

Wanted" S Bl.d. MU 9-4107 WANTED, 71 10 a O-.r-c; ( Only I .
LAKE: MORTON: Thre* roomilie In today's "Help new
land. Prclar Aratntln Bi
0.' apartment. Adulta onlr, ad. Turn back to Classified OIBION .ARK. Attr.dl. IsO.luU .. lat ..._ b... Con i
hi. paitur* or '
Loro. oIl.' whO 0
1010. vood.d
150. Phone WO 7-4340, Auburn 63 CORVETTE Sting Roy.
tale now for hundreds of .....504..100 I. Good t.'D.NBC .. .'d..1>.. 0. M. Polido an. 1 $4180 $4395
Non sod r.m. 78.13.. T.....
L..d Como.... 0112-0011I. $1889 Month New. Only .
NICELY FURNISHED two bedroom job opportunities!
dupltl. N... ultt aiatrtctAdulta. H01CE: BUILDINO alt.. 110: '
171 IM-0114 540 dlrtcllr bthlnd 3880 CI... 63 RAMBLER Station Wag. 2495

Doer DUPLEX hoepltal NICB: three but line roo....Adult. bath HI.land Htlibta MU 9-M70: Blfd. Call MO 1 fiND\ IT f FASTIn A T Beautiful 2-Deor $... .*. In.tludati 36 monthly poymente Loaded. Only .

.ia POOL Phon MU 1-33OT. ___ AND BUT-1010 ..... Mml. I '63 RAMBLER 4-Door
DISPLAY I..... plna land loo par .... .. ".! mn vlion .nd 9rmrctt after /s down paymentIncluding 2495

CLA..lrrIEO DISPLAY...- cLA.arrl.E' 13.0.... aattla ranch ttnctd an. Air. Only .
0'otl ,*..*.. Corral and loadlnout. the Want Ads Home. : duo! hit,,., 170 <". In.ngina .
tit ptr eo... M ..00oslo I I I credit life I in* '62 PONTIAC Convertible.
11100. 111100 dO... MM acrtiktad ,. car0 business or lost dog 2395
J.p... oil ..ynciuos.Io.d *
PRIME eo al .51110. anlr MO,DOG Classified ads Ml Sharp Only .
J.000 ..,... lour mllti from CoPt. I '
... "..d.... OB blihwa 0 your needs. Look in the ..."....1..10... luronce. '62 OLDSMOBILE F85.

DOWNTOWN BUSINESS r.ontat.. oBly 9710 pot Bert Ba classified section now! I 1995
R C. Uli or R. L. Oardnti'. Air. Only . .
Ole' Rtaltr. IOU Salt Mallon

Air. Only, . . .


FOR SALE Only . .


Estate selling 6 ground floor units, plus AI,. Onlya . . 1495

upstairs office spact and basement. This is

on 1 0 a ..._ I. 1"a kd.tI3ICLIISIYS NOW 2 LOCATIONS
opportunity, seldom available in at ...cluIly. .

and strategic location as thi,. Information 50000.07504 54.070115COM54.ITI ..IfTI.CON.DC.MIN.IU HEW
1360 Highway 92 Auburndale
pertaining to price, terms, rents, leases I I ,,",

Shown 0114 ... 1'11Io P,0t., T. Iey ApoOsosO
ond expenses an request. 1011 Cast Main St. lakeland
poeM" ."0 AsIa $40 OIl 1040. LINCOLN-MERCURY

by oppolntment. 04. -.... tOm, 0. 017010. II 041.olmdN.

.. em 0.10 lOS -.. ,o ...... ..... H wo don't have Jf one piece If will probably

tXCLUSIVI WITH 5404 W. LAir PAUlO 55.Tm. .. ef the cffier."

IL ...040 M.04 040_P20.0105Ie ,ua. 0215a 941 East Main St. Phone MU 2-6152

l.0. .... OIm.m -

IlLU TOil ........

Asobo. Oob Wosmm.eC..d.m000.m Op.0400
Av Ph. 682-6036
1 83 1 South Florida ..
0.545,1104.?, 10 4. 10..s s.d Am.,04Soe.

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Monday Feb. 2&. JM4LBOAL IAlra Klaslmmee and thenc elm' with IS South to Intwwectlon Recounts
th* West shoreline of Lake KlaImmee the ahore of LMe Hatohlneha
Aovinms.Mf.NTNOTICB to II* Intersection win In Section II, Townahlp II South, lEx-Inmate Wttttrn aliI'(
t i North boundary of Section ISTownehlp ,. Hanr N Beet; thence SJoutheeeterly "Super-Right"
M Knllth, Ran,. 10 Kasttary and Southerly alone th* W..tehora .
TO C".DITO"I Mn Ih..nra W..t along the North of lake Hutohlneha and of
IN TM. COUNTY ,",UDII" MunAary of RerUnm It. II and tlof 'the Klaelmmea River and of Lake Death Camp Horrors ;;
COUNT IN AND fOR. Townxhlp !/ ::o.utllo: RanRa t0 Kl.nlmmee to the point of be- i %'
rLK COUNTY FLORIDA Earl and along Mun 1 tunlnt'DIeTRICT CUBED
IN RBt K8TATB: !flf ( of Sectlona AS and II nl NO. 4
DR. J. D. OIUFPIN Township t* South. Ranire t P Juetle ef the Pea**
*.Nd Rant to Ilnnlenerllnn with. the 1 Berlnnine at the NW oorner ofectlon FRANiFURTGermany latrines that handled 300( to 400
To All'Cldllor Md f..non. H."- But .horellne of Lak Roeall; 1, Town.hlp U Youth, (AP-A former Inmate of the, prisoners at a time.
'!.I f!.Claim.!. or pemand Aiainst hence Southerly and TVeeterlrInnr June 14 Mart,; run theno South
..." "' 1 Ih* ahnrA nf Lake fln..lla In 10 the HW corner of ,'Ion I,! Auschwlu death camp laid toWhen some soup spilled to the / .
You 'anA Mch of lie l Interaectlon; .with tha-center olWalk.lnTheWeter 'ownehln eft Mouttv. !>.,!.. .. IRMM. day the treatment of
yon are h.re. prisonersfluctuated ; ground the starved
t>,. notified ta ill* In dupltr.t ell Creek| thenriHoutherly : tb.n""u Ja t to-iii'* NK i corner o t prisoners iti
claim and demands Hch you alone he center of aild 1 Section S, Town.hlp 1Noulh, slightly with German n, groveled in the filth trying to II 1, / i STEAK

have aealnst the estate of Dr. J. Creek to It. Intersection with the, Hanira M Raat; urns Sculh to, fortune during the war. suck up some nourishment he 1 1 1' it'ilia,
D Orlffln, deoeaeert, In the fflo. ehorellne/ of Lake Walk-ln-Th- the SB oorner of Section II. Town Dr ,
of Richard A. Rronion, County. Water: thnc Snutheaaterly. eMp M South, Ran,. IS Kaat: Otto Wolken. 80, a flight. said.
J"' Howe at Bartow, Florida/ wltnin to the Inlemectlnnof Section S, Townehlp tf Houth,
N Ix calendar month front Febru aald .horellne with the Rial: I Range H Ka.tl thence Bough alone I clan testified at West Germany't Walker was required to list a /

wry I 1M4. which la the Aate of ound.ry nf Section A. TownaMp, the We.t boundary of e.ld Section largest war crime trial that normal cause of death, such as '
th. first, publication of this n II South, Ranee II Fart, thenc. 4 and of Sectlona T, II, II. SO and .:
tie*. Each claim or demand mart North trroinh raid Lake alone the II of Townahlp IT South, Ranee IdEaat the "atmosphere at the camp heart or liver trouble if!t a prisoner
B* In writing muat atat th. Raat bounnary of Section. I end I to the center lln* of Ih. old changed from day to day depending had been killed attempting :; -- Boneless

poor. of rMld.noa and poet office,of Townnhln II South Range tilRaat Auburndale-Lake Alfred hlshway: on the state of to or died of ;:
the escape
a<.ldra>a of the claimant, mu.t b. : and alone the Emit MunAa, ''y rue thence Weet alone th* center starvation.
awom to and muat be riled as of Section fit. Townehlp JO BoothRang. Ilw of raid blrhway to It* Inter. war." Eventually so many prisoners SSe
eroreaald. or eke aam. will .b*. II F:...t to the NIC cornerof eectlon with the center lln* of died there insufficient
void Rounds Road, thenc "If the German armlet was manpower Lb.
com aald "...lIon II; thence Went to Bouth 10 were
PEOPLED BANK OJ'LAKELANn. the NW corner of Section II. Cut from rid Interaectlon to th winning one victory after another or writing I paper to keep
Townehlp South, Ranre M Rant, ehore of Lake Sanitary; thence the record, he told
LAKELAND FLA ;thence South along the We.t boun Kaeterly, Boutheaaterly and Weeterly the Jewish( doctor said, "the
By Richard W. Pear**, Arty of R.nie II Raat to the SWcorner alone the Meet ehorellne of more horrible aspects' of our The doctor said he might have / to r rl / 1 t
Tru t Offloar of Section IS, Townnhlp IIHouth rid Lake Sanitary to the center forgotten about the horrors of
EeeuorNOTICI Ranite IS 11:.." thence Went line of a canal oonneotlne Lake treatment eased up a bit. But
V.Ptt to the NB comer of Section 14. Sanitary and Lake Jeaele; MrNoutheaxt.nY na at lOOn at the German armlet the camp if he bad not kept a
Town.blo 111 An.lfh R.nrx ffT IT*** and Southerly clone secret record he CUT FROM
kept ORN
suffered during! FED PORKERS
TO th.n.'Noill.lo i" the' EMt the Facet .horelln. of raid Lake defeats' our treatment "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN PORK
IN THI COUNTY CRIOITOHS,JUDO', boundary of Section II II! Je.r-le to the South boundary oNsrlbq became all the worse" its imprisonment and later

COURT IN AND FOR and 1 of Townnhlp It South, T, Townehlp II Houth, Wolken told the trial of 22 burled near the main entrance.

IN POLK 1111)JlIITATID COUNTY OF FLORIDA of Range aald' 17 Section F.at I to: Thence the NR We.t cornel to alone Ranre the IS South Reel boundary thane We.terly of aaldHectlon former SS (elite corps) men and The document is now in the Qtr. Loin Sliced

MART FRANCIS CURRY he' NW II 1 corner South,of Ranae flection:, Town'hip Eail-; of section T and II, the Townehlp South ft boundary Bouth, other functionaries at the Nazi hand. of the prosecution. 2 to 3-Lb. Arg.Pockoge .

To All Creditor ana Person Decear H.M.1 hence South to th* SW corner ol Harp tt Bait to Ita InteniecUon camp in Poland that Auschwitz 5 9c
tot 1.lm. er Demand Af.ln.t" ..Id Section 4';: thenc W .t to thf with the center line of tlth Street, was a place of horror where the Chops
Bald Front 1110 com r of the Wtt of Section/ I, NW produced North: thenoe South Kiwanis Favors
TOil, .n" eacA or yox an ban. Town.hl" II Smith, Ran* M FaN: lone old renter Una to Ita Interaectlon mortality rate was so high it LB."SUPERRIGHT"
hY notified to SIN IV' dunllau alclaim. 1 thecae North alone the Kent boun with th* ranter line o f was impossible to keep up thecamp' .
and demand. wntah I den of the TVi of aiild Section A Havendal Boulevard, helot State "
how aa-alnit/ tho estate or MART yn n and of Section t!, Townehlp 10 Road 644: run thenc 8outhaetrly "death book. Morton Site
PRANCES CURRT deoeased In South Ranse rl Exit to the MS alone the center line of ald Boulevard > Although the quarantine barracks
rom of the WH, of eald/ Section to Ita Interaeotlon with th.,
tba offlc of
Richard A, Bronaon. Fiat were built for a maximum HEAVY WESTERN BEEF FULL CUT ROUND
County Juris* at hla offlo III thence We.t to the NW corner boundary of the WH, of tho
Court Moun ,at Bartow, Florida.la the of Section! II, Town.hlp ID South W' rat> of Section IS, Townahlp 18 of 600 prisoners.sleeping eight For LibraryThe
Houth Ranee U Eaat
tanre ti thence
Erxq thence North
within ale to
February I, ISM, which month la from he NR corner of Section tfl. Town. Bouth alone add Meat boundary to to a bed they usually containedup
dal. at tM tint I the hip 10 South, Ranire 14 E. 'the SB corner of th* NWH of the to Ii0pefaona, he said. Citrus Center Kiwanis'
oPAlm::: : hence We.t to the HWH of Section II, Townahlp III
b NW
thu notice Farh corner of Boneless'
In wrltlnlr, mug flection II Townehlp 10 South South Ranee II Eaatt thenoe Weet "There were millions of fleas I Club favors the Lake Morton

naldma cwt and onto fowl offla the Dlarrat ad. Ranee !f P.:.." thenc South to alone th* South boundary "f rid that tormented them rats' that 1 chool site u a location for theIty' Steak 79c
dress the 8W corner of Section II, NWH of the 8WH .worn of to Uclaim and minforeeald be, moot fII.d ba, Town.hln II South, R.ne !f Raal: with th. water* of Karl.Lk .1.t. ate not only their hidden rations 4: proposed new library three LB.

or else eame will become u hence Bunt to the SW corner of'ectlon Ket.1(ahorellna thence Southerly alone the but also ribbed away at prisoners I to one over.the present library
void 14 Township II South Eiele Lake to
PEOPLE" BANK or Ranee !I F:. thenc* South to /t., In..Uon with tM Soulbound. who had died during the I tile.
LAKELAND tne point or neafnnlnr, .". ot llecllo" 18. To..n."to night( and at those too weak to Members of the club polled
DISTRICT NO. I 21 801llh, Mnte Ii r..tOI..no.: .
BYI / / AlrhaM N defend themselves
Poarn sometimes I It their last
ah meeting
Vlra Ju.tlce ef the Ptao W..t I. the lIo..th boundary 01 week voted
and Trout President Officer Beitlnnlne at the Interaectlon ef Bald Section SI to the NW oom.1 finishing them off in their last t 23-8 In favor of the shoo site Special! Jont forks'PUscpflU
/*/ A. R. Burl tto South boundary lln* of Section nf Section 1, Township St Bouth. stages of illness he
Executor 31, Townehlp t* South Ranee in Make tt Kaat thence Houth to i The! straw vote was conducted, or

A, II, iurle. Jr., Riq. Raat with the West .horellne of the SW corner of the NW\4 of the "Although the prisoners were I>y the club' business and pubic -
Attorney for Executor Lake Rualmmret| run thence Went NWH of Section II, Townehlp t> almost all burning up with fever I affairs Dutch ApplePIES
p, O. Box ini nlone the South boundary of MID Heath Rente 16 East: thence Eaat:
Lakeland, Florida lection II and of Sectlona It and to the HH eorner of the NWH of they received one cup of so-
U..U ID of Mid TowneMp and R.no: Iho, NWH, of raid Hectlon' IS: called tea, a gray-black water
and alone the South boundary ef IAenre South to the SW comer ofth YQVft TICKET TO I
0. .RESOLUTION Peotlonn II and !/, Town.hlp M 8KH of the BWH of ...Id Section per day."Almost. IMPORTED FOODS-J :,, >
.r ;
te the irrowth South, Ranire It Kaet to Ita Intersection U; thenc Eut to tFo BE all had hunger typhus ,.,.j":
and 8reneElntnlldai! ef th. popula. with the E.at .horellne cf corner of aald Section III thence i Speclall!
tlon In Polk County and to the lake Roealle: run thence Southerly Hough alone the Wait boundary of and suffered from extreme JluL.WOVI Cr,,i, jt ,
dlatrlbutlon of rid population' It I and Westerly to the Interaectlon Sections II and SO, Townahlp tl diarrhea throughout the night ry i COLD STREAM Your Choice
became necessary to aoommplull a of eald .horellne with the center South, Rant tl East: to the center ".
S-eneraJ revision of precinct line. 'of Walk-In-The-Water Creek run line of Peace Creek thenoeEasterly But In the mornings they were rut MOres*) CBITM I I? IVi-Lb.

In nald Countvi and thence Southerly alone th* center along the center lln* ot marched by the SS to the VIM *"* I PINK
WHEABAg: m..u A .... 'A .- '_ 1 said Peace Creek and of Pewee Each .
thorltY 'jub".uarht.t'b : with the ehorellne: of Lak WalkTheW ; Creek Canal to Ita InteraectloiIth
tlon and 8tatute. M the 8t.t. a; in- .ter; run thenc alonr th* center of a canal mooing N OROOF trRAIONT NMISNYrOANCIENT AGr DIAr, CO FRANKFORT, NY,
Klorlda, the Board of County Coin .eld .horelln. Southea.terly, Southerly 10 Lake Oarfleld In Section tl" ( SALMON Oc
{ mleslnnere her heretofore r- Sonthweeterly\ and Wenterlr Township If Bouth, Rante IS Kast.ce ; 't w \
divided all of Polk County Intn.w to the Interaectlon of old shay '". "Southerly' along the enter ;ht :
preclncta. Amors other thins, line with the Eaat boundary of or raid canal. to the ehore c.Oarfleld take
revlalnc eame so that the precinct flection I, Townehlp ll South ; theno Southeasterly
line eolmld with th* municipal. Ranre It Eauti I run thence North ltf.IJh North, ehore of Lake s i, 'xx'w. t. a1wLbe
Ity boundaries of several of the to the SB corner of Section M'ownehlp ,, Ita Intersection with. .
.oltle.ln laid County to make possible ID South. Range it ......t: he rfouth boundary of Section S3Township Y bar Special! Jon PerilND.Iicloee
us* of a single' "lrl.'rellon.y.tem un thence writ to the BW corner tl Bouth, .nIr8J' Frog, '
for Municipality, State and of Section DA, Townahlp 10 South, thence Eaaterly to comerof Can
Contty tanre It Ea.t Section HI, Township ID Routh
elections! and run thence South % "'nkr
WHERE, In th* rtvlslons of to the SB: corner of Section II Kante tl Eaat; thence North to ,1 ; ,A'i Golden LoafCAKE
said preclncta It wai not prac Town.hlp II South Ranre II Eaat; the NW corner of Section d. L4.a
Ural fn all Instances ta follow. the run thence Weet to the BW ...on.rn' Township South, Rente IT Eat,
boundary lines of Justice of the Section II, Town.hlp II South thenoe Fast alonr the South bounden eer 6 .
Peace nistrlotat and Rant 11 Kant: run thence North of Township ti Bouth, to Heintersection ,. ,fit F
WHEREAS It li therefor nec to the NR: corner of Section 1. with the ehor of $ e et
essary that the boundary lines of Townahlp II South Ranre 17 Eaat Lake Hatchlnehft In Section 15, '
Justice of the Peace District hi. run thence Went lo the NW corner Township IS South, Ranre 11 Rest, ,, dzArMN"
chanted ao as .to coincide wltl of Section 4, Town.hlp South china Northerly I and Westerly,
prerlnrt hound.rleel Rann 17 Ea..t| run thence South Baaterly and Southeasterly. alone Pkg.. Of 2
NOW, THEREFORE BB!! IT RBtOLVKD to the SW corner of rid Section the Western, Northern and Eastern
: by the Board of County 4: run Thence We.t to the SF shore of old Lake Hatchlnehl / Individually(
Comrnleeloner in ocular eesulon corner of the Wtt> of Section I. 'to Ita Interaectlon with the Dead
duly assembled that. the boundary Townehlp II South, Ranr M Rut River; thenoe Northerly alonf said Special Wroppsd
lines of th* Justice of the Peace run thence North alonr th* Facet Dead River to the Western shore lOVi-Ox.+ C..M
District In Polk County and boundary of the W4 of old t Sec. of Cypress Lake; thence Northerly' HEINZ CHEESE
they are hereby ehsnrea "n.d ordered Ion S and of Section It In Town .Ion* old Western ehor to It* Intersection
to b* for all. purpoee as hip 10 South, Ranre It Ea.t to with the South boun i ;
follows he NK corner of the WH of old dary of Township tl Hooch, Ranteth ; I'A 49c
DISTRICT' MO. 1Ju.tiee lection It, run thence We.t to PI Eul; thong slant q SOUPCHEDDAR
ef -the--Naor /h. NW M.- .... n'- r.nl, x. Haugh bnnndarr .ofW'i 'i'ow .
Bes/lnnlng at the NW corner ol TowmF.lpA Bough, Ran i.IB Raat to SHI corner of Section Itvnehlp 1 / '
the BW' of Section 10. TownsNp thence North to the ND corner o' 17 South, Ranee XI Raat; .r
tS South Ranse IS Eaat: | run Section 8/, Townehlp 10 South thmra Northwesterly In a etralehl
It thenoe Boutn alone the West Ranse 14 Eaat; run thence We.t toe Ilw to the NR oorner of Section I. ova At AlFI Spatial!
1 boundary of Polk th the NW corner of Section 11, Town.hlp It South, Ranee 17 2 10L 2'Os
BW corner of loO'o". Town.hlp 10 South Range 14 Eaat. E..it.: thence West alone the North 2Sc HORMEL
SI South, Ranse IS Eul; then e thence North to the NW cornel Ilns i of Townehlp II South te the Cans
Eat alone the South boundary o f of Section 4, Town.hlp 10 South, NW corner of Section S, Townahlp
Polk County to the BB corner ol Ranee 14 Eaat: thence Eaet to thi :8 South, Ranre 17 Eat; thence
Section t/. Township SI Bouth. RW corner of Section t, Town.hlp North to the r'B corner of Section
Ranr 14 Bast; run thenc North 21 'South, Ranee' 14 Rut; thenc I Townahlp ti Booth, Rant II # CHILI
to th* NH corner ot Mellon SI North to the NW corner of Sectlot >luti! thence Weet to th* HH oor ,
Township SI Houth, fUni. t. 28, Town.hlp tl South, Ranre Si Her of Section 14, Town.hlp 14Houth
Beat thence West to the NW Kant, thence Eaat alone the North' Aerate IS Baet: : thence t ro ,
comer of Section tl, Township boundary of old Section M and North to the NE corner of S..lIonIf e w 'j WITH HANS)
Rath, Rann / Euti Nn thane e Section II of aald Townehlp am thence Weet to the NW cornet t ,d
J t
Norsk le th. corner of 6ectlon 1 Rani and alone the North boun2ary..0C of Section' 11. Town.hlp 14 South. r '
t Towoehlp ao eeutn' Rrnte 1aut / B.c*">'! 30, Town.hlp II Range IB K.et; thenc. South to ? A'/ 15.0eAGP
> thence Eat to the Bra corof South, Ranr ti Eat to /It. Inter th* BW corner of old Section II, : Spclall '
n.r Section H, Town.hlp t. ....lIon with the center of S.ddK thence Weet to th* point et beInning. Cons
South Rani 14 Beat: run thence Creek run thence Northerly along (/ d Colored Mild
North to the NB oorn.r of Sec the center of old Creek to Ita In DISTRICT. NO. SJustice
tion n. Town.hlp It South, Ran.. teraectlon with the .horelln. 01 of the Pee { :
14 East: run thence Beat alone the Lake Hancock; run thence Northerly Berlnnine at th* NHJ comer of \ '
o of Section if and alone th* West .horellne 01 section I, Town.hlp SI Bout! wll arx.r .fA 100
15, Town.hl1. South. Kanie 14 Lak* Hancock to Ita Interaectloiwith Ran[. If Fret: tun lIolllb to the
Eul and alnnf the North boundary the center of Saddle Creek at 1110 corner of Section I, Townahlp
of Section 10, Township it South. the North end of Bald Lake In Aent 24 South, Mon 14 Raat: thence : I II
Range It Eaat to the center o lion II, Town.hlp t* South Range Rut to the NH corner of Sectio CHEESE r.a
Saddle Creek; ram th.noe North 2B Eat; thence Northerly along I. Town.hlp II South, Ran,. II (
w.aterly alone the center of old the center of old Creek to thfeouroe Kast; thenc South to th* HM corner j savE AT AAPI loco
Creek to Lake Hancock and thence. of raid Creek In Section S, of Section II, Township It ,
Northerly along the Wart ahore of Town.hlp II South Ran,. 14 Eeiit south Rene IS Bast: thenoe Weeto i GREENPEAS
Lake Hancock to It* Intersection thane North' to the North boun the NH corner of Bertlon 1,
t with the South line of Section SI. dory b".f eald Section :J thence Eaet Township 17 South, Rents Si Fwd; 1-Lbe
Town.Mp II South, 11.",.. H Eat to BE) corner + Section IS, thenex gouth to the BU corner ofRsetlon I / 1p \
run thence Went to the NW corner Townehlp 17 South. Ranre 14 Eaet, n, Township 17 Houth, 65ct7
of Section B, Town.hlp II South. thenc North to the NW comer ol Bane IB !!:II.t; thenoe We.t to the Vbledgc
Rans-e <4 Eat: thenc south to Section II: Townehlp 17 South, RW corner of Section IS, Townehlp 0
the BW corner of rid Section I: Ranee II Eaet: thence Fad to the 17 South, Ranee It Eat; thence t l I l l : )
trenceVe.t alons the NH corner of Section 14, Town.hlp South the ) .
NoHh to SH corner of Beetle <: :;.t.....
boundary of Section T. Town.hlp 17 South, Ranee IE Eaat; thence 1 s, Town.hlp 17 Houth, Rans 14 kt ...... ".. __..__. .7
1* South, Rana: 14 Ka.t and along South alone the East boundary of East; thenc West to th* NH oor 1 Mb.Cans
the Bouth boundary; of Section 1 lection. 14, IB and M of Town.hlp nrr of th* NWH of th* NKH of t 8 .
and II Townehlp IS South, Rant* 17! South, Ranr IB Frat to the Section I, Township SI Bouth. I 1 ,
II East to It. Intersection: with tfc* enter Ism of the old Auburndal. Ranee 14 Kaat comer South to st
center line of the Atlantic Coax y..k. Alfred hlshway: run thenci he source of Saddle Creek thence
Line Railroad: run thence North Weet alone the center line of eatd Southerly alone the center of said
arty and Northwrterly' .loot' th hlehway to It* Interaectlon with Saddle Creek to Its Interaectloi $100
o.nue Ilne of old AU.ntlo Car p Ire center line of Bolender road. ;; with the North ehor of Lak Hancock .
Line Railroad To It. Inter..cUon thence South SO* Eaet from ..aidnteraectlon thenc Southwesterly alone l ,
with the North boundary of the to the ahore of Lake the ehore of eald lake to It. Intersection e
South H of Section 17. Town.hlp Sanitary: thenc Ea.terly. Sontheaaterly with the Bouth boundary ,
II South, Ran,. II Eaat run and Westerly. alone the of Township II South; thence -_-
th.noa Weet to th* point of be Eut. .horellne of old Lake Ban West to the NB oorner of Section
ginning liar, to the renter line of a canal 1 I Town.hlp IS South, Ranee tlwa. F SAVE AT AIPI DELMONTE PINEAPPIE-GRAPEFRUIT
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BIITHICT- unJu.tlce connecting- -Lake "-.n" A ot! .h.nee Rou.h to 11a tlh1 no.
ef th. Place lake Jessie; thence Boutheaateriy; Her of ..Id- Section" /t, thenoe- -West t"rF
Bealnnlnc at the NW y' and Southerly alonir the Easshoreline 1 aloof the South boundary of eald
th* gw<4 of Section Ie. T'hf: :: of said Lak Jessie t. section I and of Section 1 and I Iof I ,
IS Bough Ran. II K t. the Bouth boundary of Section 7, Township tl South Rang tl
.n South alone' the W.uo Townahlp IS Houth Range te Eat to It* Intersection with the .
boundary r.tPoctfo'.unr.: : to the East| thence Westerly along' the center line of the Atlantlo Cose 29.Ox
SW corner Town South boundary of said Hectlon 1 Lln. Railroad; thane Northwesterly Drink 5 99cSAVE
, ehlp II South, a.",. IS Eaat: ; and the Bough boundary of Section alone the center line of raid
th.noe Beet along the South boundary II, Townahlp SI Bouth Rente te, Railroad to Intersection with e Cons
of Polk County to the SR Eat ta Us Intersection with thfcenter the North boundary of the 8% of S wut
corner of Section Town.hlp. 12 line of 19tb Street NW, Section, !T, Township tl 80ulh
South, Ranee 14 Eat: ; run then o. produced North thence Bouth Rante SI Eait; thenoe West alon '
North, to the NB corner of SectU. aloof gala center line to It* Inter. the North boundary of the Bisection off
II, Town.hlp II Bouth, lion,. 14 eotlon/ with the center line o IT. fl, II and to of Town AT A&PI. AlP YELLOW CLING HALVES OR SLICED
Eut thence We.t to the NW lavendala Boulevard.
corner b.lnlr Btati sh IP tl South Rant St East to
of Section II, Townahlp II load (44, run thence Boutheaaterh th* NW corner of the BH, of esld
South, Ran*. 14 Ea.t: run uena .Ion* the center line of aald section It; thence North to the
North to the NID comer of Ration Boulevard to Its Intersection with Mill corner of Section SI, Townahlp
S, Townehlp SO Bouth, Rama 14 the East boundary of the WH, ol 21 1I0uth, Rano II Plat; lhsnee
Eaat; thence East to th* SH corner the WH of Section II, Township West to th* SW oorner of Sectli
of Section 14, Town.hlp it YRout Ranite it Fran thence 34, Township tl South Rans S2Kan utitltl'ge
South, Ranre 14 Earl: run thence Houth along raid East boundary t o ; thence North to the NW oor \ Peaches
North to the NB corner of Section the HH corner of the NWH of th-- Her of Section S, Townahlp III } J Mb.13ox.. $1
IT, Town.hlp II Moth Range 14 8W" of Ration 11. Town.hlp 1M South, Rant tt Fret; thence Eat
Eaat run thence Faet alonir the South, Ranite I* East: thence W..t to the NH corner of Section 1.Township .
North boundary of Section. II and alone; the South boundary of said tl South, Rante tl Eaat;
H, Town.hlp II South Range 14 NWH of the HWH to its Inter theta North elnnr th* West boun': Cans
Kant: and alone the North bound.ry Hectlon with the water of Baal vary of Rant tl bait; to It* Inter (
of Section DO, Townnhlp ll south Lake thence Houtherly aloof thi eectlon with the center line 01
ken o It Frat to the center of East shoreline/ of Katie Lake to Hi Wlthlacoche River thanes Kaat i
Saddle Creek run thence North.weetarly Intersection with the Houth boun erly alonr the center of esld river
alone the center. of .Id Awry of Hectlon II, Township I ta to It. Inl.r..lIon with the West JUICY CALIFORNIA
Creelc to Lake Hancork and thence South, Rente M Kaat; thence West I boundary of Section II, TownehlpTown.hlp FRESH CALIFORNIA
Northerly alone the Went ehore of alont the Houth boundary of ulil I tbenaef
Lake Hanoock to Ite Interaeotlon Hectlon IS to the NW corner ol :O hUtt't"n faction LEMONS 29C DATES

with the South line of Section II, Section 1, Township ID Bouth, 11. It South Ranee 14 ........... ?.,.. ,.........,...... iPky.: .29
Townihlp IS South. Ranie II : ;; Rante U East i thence Houth' tc Rutl thenc Eait to th* point of
run thence We.t to the NW cor.ner the 8W corner of the NWH of the be.lnnlnlf.
of Section t, Town.hlp It NWH of Section 13, Town.hlp ti AND B'" IT FURTHER BE:. RED DELICIOUS 4.7.5 FERTILIZER
Souths Ran < 14 Eaati lama Bouth, Rante 15 Ea.t! thence Eaat SOLVED that thi Resolution bi
South to the SW corner of aald to the RU corner of the NWH ol spread upon the minutes of the APPLES. 2 so ib. $nt5
Section I: thence Weet along th. he NWH, of std lection IS; thence Rosrd cachedn th* offlc of ...... u..29 'oa: : q7r* 4
North boundary of Section 1. Baulk to the RW corner of the the Clerk of th* Circuit 1 Court of Or lags 0
Townehlp t* Bouth Rani 14 Eaitnd HK(4( of the 8WH" of eald Beotloi Polk County and that lame be
alone th* South boundary of IS, thenoe East to the SB rorne. published once a week for four GOLDEN RIPE
Section IS and 11, Town.hlp ll ot old Section It; thence South ronreoutivr wake In tM Lke 6.6.6 FERTILIZER
South Ranee II Eaat to lie Inter lont the West boundary of 8'0' land Ledeer. a newspaper of e neral -
eectlon with th* center line of the lons: land SO Township tt Bout. circulation published In Lake America's BANANAS 3 LII..29 50 lI;. ..? $115Or $ .. $ so
Atlantic Coaat Line Kallroad.: run Hanpe II Enl 10 the .nlr Iln. Pane Polk County Florida. ... t t e,. Largest log: 4j.
thane Northerly and Northweetrly of Peace Creek; thence Easterlyalone STATF1 OF FLORIDA )
'alone th* cntr lln* e ttInt..Uon old the center line of old 'COUNTT OP POLK )
Atlantlo, Lout Line. Railroad: Ita Creek and of Peace: Creek Canal I I, D. ){, Sloan, Jr, Clerk of the Selling 6 Year Old
with the North boundary to It* Intersection with the centerof Rnard of County Cornmlasloneraof ,
of the South M.of Section tl. a caaal running to Lake Oar Polk County, Florida hereby n Pricis h this A4r
Townahlp IS Bouth Ranee II Eaat.run field In Section If, Tewnshlp itHouth certify that the above KeaolutlorIs ; Save Oelr PhidStamps
thenc Weet to the point of Rante SI East: thenceHoutherly a true and correct npr from j, Kentucky Bourbon |oo.] tnrwghWsdnwrfoy
bxtlaaWr alonr th* center of ssld the minute of the Board of Count rir'rAd *= KsF* fc fine Sifts Faster
DISTRICT NO. t Canal to the shore of Lake Oar'leld Commissioner of February 11, < ,
.....tlo. ef the r e.oBeslnnlne ', thence Boutheaeterly lions 19S4. rim"7. bmory 26th
at the SW comerPaton of ,Ihr North shore of Lake Oarfleldo d w'lTNESS: my hand and official. '.' S PANIC WA CO** NY. IrrC.
1:6Ea Townahlp I IS South, {Ite Intersection with the Bouth seal of old Board thi* llth day of ..
Run .,: run thence Ea.talong boundary of flection S9, Township February., A D., Itf4n 3004 S.
the South boundary of Polk 28 Houth, Nun tS East! thence tl SLOAN, JR Clerk 1 / '
County to Ita Interaectlon with the Westerly to the SB corner of See- BOARD OF COHNTf 1 Fla. Aterlekiced
We.t .horelln of for ICIulmmeeRiver lion it, Township tl Bouth Rant. (SEAL COMMI8HTONERH
In Section it. Townahlp SIHouth tl Eaat thence North to the N W POLK COUNTY FLORIDA fttf/
Ranee 31 Eaat: run Moor corner of Section S, Township I to Bya/ Kirby W Hlaln
Northerly alone the tloutA, Mnn !r Fuli, thann Pu 'lleputy Clerk Open At
Ilya of for JClealmin: ** 'ilv'o: atone uo llouth boundary. ot Town U-174 .. 1:30 AJW.Ie .



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