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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER, VOL. 40, NO. 160 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 26, 1964 PA IYE CENTS



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'=: 14 Areas Submit Road Requests To County



BARTOW Representatives Gunn Is released from Bar- through the Auburndale city Boulevard !between Auburn-
of 14 Incorporated areas tow Hospital where his condition limits to join with the four- dale and Winter Haven,
last night submitted requestsfor Is not regarded as laned sections which end at Consider declaring Ben.
serious, each city limit, and that nett Street a secondary state
I i'r1a road project to county McCutcheon explained Information Brtdgers Avenue be declareda road between Derby Avenue
commissioners. gained at last secondary road and scheduled and US 92 to the new Dixie
Commission Chairman Wil- night meeting will be catalogued for Improvement. Highway extension and schedule .
mer McCutcheon also submitted into priorities "This 2 Completion of State it for improvement.
his "safety council" will help a great deal In our Road 559 Declare McKean Streeta
proposal long range planning," he added 3 Construct a new four- secondary road between
and the more than 50
lane extension from East
Dixie Highway and L H,
persons present for the meeting "We have enough requestsfor Lake Avenue to Havendale Recker Highway and schedule
were receptive of the, a five-year program" Boulevard with secondaryroad for improvement.
Idea, Requests submitted for funds; that Is, declaring 7 Consider the extensionof
McCutcheon said plans for consideration In the 1964.65 this extension a secondary Bartow Avenue due south-
I the council will centime when budget were as follows: road.
II ..r Civil Defense Director Wet 1 U,S, 92 be four-laned 4 Four.lane Havendale (Turn to Page 6, Column a)

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March 4 Junior College Site ReportDepartment

In Good Humorecl"SilenceC..I. -

By RONNIE STUART survey teams the survey team's recommendation members asked for time to
Tyler, former T.""..... boouty O.UOOH) wko was Bobby. Bokor'i Capitol Hill .... .", WASHINGTON (AP) The recommendation that the new and those who are study the report and indicated
Staff Writer
flotkot bio smites In her ...."c. today kofora tfco Sonata Rvlai .""" ".. She ..'..4 tntwar Senate sent President Johnson Ledger Polk Junior College be permanently for Ignoring the recommendation they did not like its con
ojuoirloni from Sonata invottigotort but doniaj >ht wee ".yllty of any legal or moral ...".- I today the bill cutting taxes by BARTOW The School located on the Winter and calling for a new survey -
." I the biggest amount In Board meet this afternoon tent.The
doing Af Wlrapkoto) history was to Haven Golf Course report rejected J five
Johnson, who has been prodding in an effort to straighten T h I 11 afternoon meetingwas Last Wednesday when con other sites offered as possible
Congress for apeed on the out some of the mystery expected to draw a pack. tents of the survey team s report sites for the location of the
Baker's 111.S billion reduction almost charges and countercharges: ed house divided Into two were released for the college Approval by an SDE
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Pretty Secretary from the day he took office surrounding a State Education sides-those who favor accept- first time three school board survey team Is needed before
plans to sign It later In the day state funds will be availablefor
I and possibly use the occasionto construction on the site


Also Refuses To Testify:' The address television.bill cuts the American taxes of 80 peopleby mil. presentation Today to be meeting highlighted of several was resolutions scheduled by' a.

lions, individual taxpayers by aDo
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avetage of about 19 per cent as
WASHINGTON (AP-Nancy other witnesses are to be ron G. Ehrlich, 35, a veteran of well as 550,000 corporate taxpayers Heading the list will be an
I Carole Tyler Bobby Bakers called. *- practice in the District of by an,average of 9 percent 11-page petition/ adopted by
striking b: nette sec-!Ury, refused Like Baker she refused to Columbia and ,broO...r of famed x : the Bartow City Commissionand
b today to answer questions answer quentiou tu cAwnds of Stri Fruicltco LiW ryr= Jake Y-'fQu" calling for a survey of
, from Senate investigators, but possible Incrlmination; and Ehrllch Paaaed'lasterdayA the;sites
denied she was "guilty of any also Invasion of privacy. Chestnut-haired Miss Tyler Senate vote was requiredto
legal or moral wrongdoing"The I And like Baker she, too, hada arrived 10 minutes early for the I complete congressional ac- Others Back Site

former Tennessee beauty big-name attorney by her hearing. I tion on the bill today All School Supt. Shelley S. Boone
queen speaking with her South;side Baker's attorney was Ed- The lithe 24-year-old was described I!debate In both branches was said he has been Informed
ern accent read a statementIn ward Bennett Williams, famousas by Baker as his cousin ,wrapped up Tuesday and the 1r M" three other resolutions will be
which she invoked her 5th a defense lawyer in headline when he moved her Into a 1 House cleared the. compromise I o presented They are from
Amendment protection against cases. I measure 32043Formalities groups In Lake Wales Au-
accused the Miss 1s Turn to 8 Column 5) and Haines all
lelf-Incrlmlnation. Tyler's attorney My ( Page such as preparIng burndale City,
Senate Rules Committee of Invading an engrossed copy of the of whom have asked for approval -
her privacy and' said :t bill were completed In advance of the Winter Haven

Its investigation served no val- to that It could be rushed to siteThe
id legislative purpose. I :the White House .,. Bartow resolution released -
"I pray that the public will Probers Bring Party With Johnson signing today this morning by City

keep an open mind regardingme I pay checks delivered starting a n Attorney A. H Lane charges
\in order to insure that no II I March 4 should reflect the new sa ew "the entire thrust of the report -
further irreparable Injury results lower tax withholding rates provided of the Polk Junior College
to my reputation" Miss, Girls Angle Into Open In the bill n Survey Committee Indicates -
Tyler said in her statement at The House passed the compro- j that a maximum emphasis
the televJed hearing In the mise version of the legislation has been placed on the
Senates big marblepillaredcaucus I WASHINGTON (AP) The asked Baker whether he had Tuesday 326 to 83. The Senateis aesthetic qualities of the various -

room. I(subject of sex and party girls supplied entertainment "includ expected to give similar over sites and that a minimum .

Baker Refused, Too has finally been brought into the ing party girls' for various whelming approval. of emphasis has been.
who resigned under businessmen. The bill will bring rate cuts placed on the economic feasibility .
Baker O-t. 7 as ..ecretato Bobby Baker hearings and Republicans Baker refused to answer, for all of the nation 80 million of the respective sites. '
fire last have warned it is
an The committee also releaseda The resolution calls for the
the Senate's Democratic majority angle, that shouldn be "hushed transcript of a Dec. 10 closed (Turn to Page 6, Column 8) school board to:
also refused to answer '
up door session In which Curtis 1 "Withhold action pendIng .
- questions enriched Tuesday himself about while how In The party girl question was and Sen. Hugh Scott R Pa., Cyprus Impasse Is Their Problem full and careful study of
he into
flung the record
public argued the committees authority all available sites which haveor

his Miss Senate Tyler post.24, had been subpoenaed Tuesday the Senate for the Rules first Committee time as to explore such matters Here Is How Secretary.General U Tkant, lift Under-Secretory Ralph luncho. center, and Carlo Alfredo may hereafter be offered

to tell what she knew questioned Baker resigned sec Curtis contended that girls .......d.., of Brail), ..Id..t. of the U. N. Security Caused. for February, confer on the Cypruiituotion to it. The wisdom of thin"
about Bakers outside business retary to the Senates Democratic were solicited on government ,Tax Cut Bill during. a Security Council meeting. U Than. told the Council. kit effort to retake the course of action is apparent

and financial dealings. She majority, about his bust telephone lines, entertained crisis through. private plomarle negotiation have run ,Into. a blind .11.,. Ho Mid It wot ..ow.., Re-Survey Asked
and thus
served as his Capitol secretaryand ness dealings. prospective customers Affects You. to the 11-nation council. to find tho solution. (AP Wirouhote. ) 2 "Seek the resurveyand
now Is working In his law Sen. Carl T Curtis R-Neb., (Turn to Page 8. Column 7) reconsideration by the

office here.Today's Greek Force Polk Junior College Survey
hearing lasted less WASHINGTON (AP) The Eyes Special Committee of all sites heretofore .

than an hour.Chairman heart of the new tax cut bill offered as well as any
B. Everett Jordan is an across-the-board slash In site hereafter offered with
D-N.C.. adjourned the hearings rates, both for Individuals and Makarios Move Creates the ultimate purpose of affording -
until 10 a.m. Thursday when corporations the board of public
The present schedule, for Individuals instruction the opportunity of

I ... ---.....- of 20 to 91 per cent selecting from several sites
j goes to 16 to 77 per cent on New Issue On CyprusThe which meet the approval of
(And 1 1I
Spring income received this year. For the State Department of Ed-
I Other Good i iI 1k 1965 income and thereafter the ucation. It Is suggested that
rates will be 14 to 70 per cent the province of the survey
I Things) Near I II Roughly reflecting the re NICOSIA Cyprus (AP)_Plans lars on Cyprus has Injected an Greek Cypriot presidentsaid committee is not to determine

I (; duction withholding from by President Makarios to explosive new issue into the crl his order Tuesday to cre- which of the sites tendered is
Springtime Is Just around I' wages and salaries will\ drop crease his Greek Cypriot security sis In the eastern Mediterranean ate a special 5.000-man police best, but rather to determine
j the corner, and that's not from IS to 14 per cent beginning force and disarm all\ Irregu- : force whether or not each site
i was designed "not only
all that's drawing near.
a week after the bill is I when considered on its own
In ]Just a few weeks, on i i s signed. for the Island security and return -
March 28. The Ledger i i Denies to normality, but also to (Turn to Page 6, Column 1)Wllfflilflfltttl.'tNWIt.MltMttlKWtlffVyMR&li)
Hoffa
will publish the first of Its j I! Corporations Aided TryingTo face any other unpleasant situation '

regular Saturday morning For corporations the present ."

editions. 52 per cent rate is cut to 50 In a move obviously aimed at I
And the first one will be per cent on all 1964 income Bribe 62 Juror the Turkish Cypriot minority opposing
the big Decade for DecJ- | and 48 per cent thereafter, his Greek Cypriot regime
aloft Progress Edition a Further benefiting small business Makarios said
CHATTANOOGA Tenn (AP) ward G. Partin the government any Cypriot
chronicle of progress by j\ 1s a switch in normal and carrying arms illegally wouldbe
chief witness "an absolute
-James R, Hoffa says he never s Page
the county's communities ) surtax rates Now 30 per cent fabrication" and disarmed and anyone at
In the put ten years and I normal and 22 per cent surtax tried to bribe jurors who than nothingless tempting to import arms "will Amusements ...... 24

expectations for the dec ,. s stro they change in 1965 to 22 heard his 1962 conspiracy trial Partin, perjury.Teamsters official be prosecuted." Bridge .. .......... .. 8IS
I and that the one witness who a
i ade ahead.Regular subscribers to j per cent normal, 26 per cent said he did Is a liar from Baton Rouge, La., testified -I Challenge Order Business News. .

I The Ledger will bave a 4 r surtax The Individual The Teamsters president's 3- that he was invited by Hof Turkish Cypriots Immediately Comics ....... 21-25
tax
copy delivered to their I f estimated by the cuts are %-hour testimony Tuesday vir- fa to Nashville at the start of challenged the constitutionalityof Classified ....... 26.27
treasury as
doors. But extra copies close to 19 per cent on the av tually wrapped up the case for his conspiracy trial and quickly the order which would raise Crossword Puzzle 25
became member of the
In a colorful mailingwrapper I erage. But taxpayers with the defense at Hoffa trial on labor leader's a inner circle, All the legal Greek Cypriot armed Dear'Abby .............. 25
be ordered charges of attempted jury tampering -
from Ledger, may newsboys, very small and very large tax- The trial is in its sixth the while Partin said he was strength about the to size nearly of the 7,000 British men Deaths .................,... 6

news dealers or The Ledg able incomes relief than get relativelymore week. making daily reports to the peacekeeping force on Cyprus Editorials ................. 4
those in the
er's circulation office. The middle. The Hoffa denied that he soughtto Justice Department The Turkish Cypriots said that Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 5
Kills Mate On steep top rates
price Is 2$ cents per copy, Honeymoon \are cut proportionately more fix the 1962 Jury at Nashville Hoffa disputed Partin's te-stl.! under the constitution the special Horoscope ........... 21
or five for one dollar' That jury couldn't reach a verdict mony point by point. That testimony force would have to be ......
I than others and Radio TV. 25
bride ., at the other
free anywhere In Mary Aim Hallai>bock, 21, of llackwall, Ohio, a and mistrial was declared Included assertions that
mailed j'end of the scale, a special new h made up of 60 per cent Greek ..............12-13
the U. S. or Canada four days sir I* polica ..... attar her .". .t ,..t..d., i* Sunnyvalo Hoffa once told Partin he would Sports
and 40 Turkish
Cypriots cent -
Additional details and a Calif. Ska li charged with itobbinf her husband to aotk |helps minimum low-Income standard deduction With repeated glances and give up to $20,000 to "get to the Cypriots per Weather .. ... 9

I handy order blank are on I Instead of families. gestures toward the U.S. District .jury" and another time boasted Greek Cypriot officials said Women's 10.11
Page II of today's Ledger. : Is.glp.. taking a standard Court jury, he termed the of having a Juror In his hip

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2 LAKELAND .LEDGER. ,_Wednesday Feb 2t, Goldwater/ Cuts ForecastOn (Citrus Market Study Ideas Asked


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New Hampshire Vote of Cambridge, Mass; A. evaluate the opportunities for
Project statements for market firms by the Florida Citrus Commission Inc.
fountain sales and
of New citrus In the
1C. Nielsen Company
evaluation studies amounting to, i In Initiating recommended
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. port outside New England. more than $100,000 have been research for the current York; Battelle Memorial Institute third would study the youth
Barry Goldwater has lowered On a nationwide basis Gold 0. and Market
sent to major technical research 1961-64 season of Columbus ; market In regard to habits and
his New Hampshire sight but water viewed his campaign as Research Corporation of
It confident he will upturn the proceeding satisfactorily He The statement request that America, New York. preference for beverage con
GOP presidential nomination If said that if he beats RockefellerIn Four Children Interested firms submit proposals "There Is an Immediate need sumption, as well a* opportunities
he can win the June 2 California California, aa he fully expectsto 'cording no later Commission than March General 6, ac-! for evaluation studies Hooks to reach this market outside -
primary. do, former Vice Preslden to declared. "Before we can pro the home. '
Perish In FireWEST Homer E. Hooks."We of the
The Arlzonan. who speaks tonight Richard M. Nixon "Is the man Manager this early ceed further with the development An evaluation potential,,
I are aettlng very and
? customer
r\ at a fund raising dinner I'm going to have to run the of any product, we must opportunities re-
deadline In order to provide for citrus
In Palm Beach, Ha., said In an igalnst" at the GOP convention GARDINER, Maine Commission with ample time to be apprised of all the possible quirements section
r tJ,1 Interview he will be satisfied If in San Francisco. (AP-Four children died In an evaluate the proposals and to market and the marketing poasibllltie products Is ought In one of the
le gets 39 per cent of the popular If It should develop that he explosion and fire In the cellar place contract as quickly as for that product." project
vote and T of the 14 conven can't get the presidential nomination -of their Incompleted home Tues Hook aid Studied Before allocating funds and
possible,
tion delegates to be chosen In -and he remain confident Beverages beginning research programs in
the March 10 New Hampshire he will Goldwater observed day.The victims were the childrenof Processor Consulted The evaluation Involve the the by-products field Hooks

primary he would have to "Hip I Mr and Mrs Kenneth He pointed out that the requests marketing of dehydrated Juice said that recommendationscalled
nickel" to decide whether he study of the refreshment for a business evaluationof
a a
SO Per Cent First Predicted Thompson, who were away from for proposal marked product
would give his backing to Nixonor ,home at the tune. They were further Implementation by the beverage field, a study of the total by-products field.
Less than a week ago In New to Pennsylvania Gov Wil Karyl, 14; Kaye 9; Karl. 2, and Commission of recommendation -: the different form of citrus These studies should determinethe
Hampshire, Goldwater told reporters liam W. Scranton.Russians Kelley Thompson, 11 weeks made by the Boot, Allen sections, and a business analysis potential value for Florida
he thought he would and Hamilton business consulting : of the by-products market.. citrus In these areas, as well as
Two others, Kenneth Jr IS
capture nearly 50 cent of ? In discussing the project the role of the Commission In
per Said
and Karen, 4, were staying with firm and by the Industry
technical and market devel.
the dehydrated the
vote there.Goldwater Research Advisory Committee. Hook ( aid I that
e laid he thinks Henry Getting Signals their grandparents. "The Commission conferred powders have promise of substantially opment, and the areas of great
Cabot Lodge, U.S. ambassador Firemen said a can found with leading processor In the Increasing the total est potential! for citrus.:.
to South Viet Nam may From Echo 2 near a wood burning stove In citrus Industry In preparing the per capita consumption of citrus) -
1 make a creditable showing asa : the cellar had contained a gasoline question to be answered In ,juices. A business analysis of
darkhorsa write-In candidate and oil mixture used in a market for dehydrated pow- '' wwseett soeet
MOSCOW (AP-Sovlet sclen these statement, Hook said ,the P!
In the stile's voting New York lists reported Tuesday they are chain laW.Thompson. "We' also did a bit of researchin den at this time is 1 needed to :
Gov. Nelson A Rockefeller reportedly getting radio signals via the a self employed determining which technical provide direction for market: "AGENCY
tried without successto U.S. Echo 2 satellite better than'contractor, was living in the research firms would be con testing: and future action. 1
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NIW LOOK ATLAS-An Atlas miull. with new deapMe" get Lodge to take himself out ever. 'cellar pending construction of a tacted." The refreshment beverage 10' S. TINNWri AYE V
w......d bloiH ikyw.rd en start .f succtuful 5,500-mit. fttt of consideration. The signal originate with the house above It. Project statements were malted project J would involve three PH IIJ-4141 1
flight Into South AttentOe..... The w.......d., more ilcnrfcrnd Even with a good showing In radio center at Jodrell Bank to Stanford Research Institute studies, according to Hook
pointed then Mriiir AHai MM c....., w.. iltilgntd M w New Hampshire Goldwater England, and are bounced off United States agriculture's of Menlo Part Calif.; Al- One would evaluate the opportunities -l
aid he doesn't think Lodge Echo 2. The first signals production assets comes to about Pouts Research Inc. of for citrus In the vending -
," .. Hi* tmoiphtr. .t f..*r spud end to ...IIC. tk* .bn.|. were I fred .
which .*>.....' ... tr.ckl I"i ,,"or M rain I. Such w....... would I could get any substantial sup- received here last Friday night 23,000 for each farm employe. New York; Arthur D. Little Industry, another would

m o kt it seen difficult for Snowy "'*..ct//." .,...", to spot It
end reduce Hi* cfftcHvi tin. f.... cNvttinf/ / < vnrrmiurMuch .
II ntl.miuili ",1.11.,. (AP Wlrtphoto)
SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELANDI



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Tested On MissilesCAPE



KENNEDY (AP-De- As the Minuteman dived back

ceptive warhead systems were through the atmosphere, It wa ,
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tested by Atlas and Minuteman O114
Intercontinental range missile to unleash several! rocketpowered get your "Return to Oz"
decoy warheads intended to
launched here
Tuesday.The I aROTHERS
Air Force reported both re-enter at the same speed, or A B C D E F G charm bracelet
missiles slightly ahead ot, the actual
hit targets more than
nose cone. r
5,000 miles away near Ascension -
Island In the south Atlantic Detection Difficult
Ocean. Perfection of such devices with the purchase of Generol ElectrIc spray,

would make it __;__- -- sreem and dry Irons.
Tapered Warbead Carried difficult for an

The Atlas carried a slender, enemy to discriminate between -I
tapered warhead designed to re- real and false warheads. :: Deluxe charm bracelet has 7 charms, 24 karat

enter the atmosphere faster and There was no report on how 1 gold plated! Simply purchase a General Electric

to reduce the image which appeared -either system performed. spray, steam, dry iron (model F81 or F81W) and
on tracking radar In otter U.S. launching Tues
screens day, an Atlas Agena rocket hurl- you receive the charm bracelet at no extra charge!IC.

In wartime, enemy detection ed a secret Air Force satellite
systems would have a more difficult -Into orbit from Point Arguello, .'
DOROTHY
time spotting such a nuclear Calif., and a Pershing artillery SCARECROW
warhead and the effective time rocket was destroyed by the w'ay B, TIN WOODMAN F. COWARDLY LION

to take countermeasures would I range safety officer at Ft Win- .--' G. TOTO D. WIZARD
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Advertising ExtensionOf AS SEEN ON "RETURN TO OZ," NBC-TV,

/ e SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9TH"GE"

I Business's Image
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Schroter Tells RealtorsAdvertising / MODELS DRY IRONS.F8I/F8IW. I


Is an extension of chandlse at the right price -

the corporate Image of any busi- the way you serve the public _
ness, R. William Schroter, advertising these are facets In the creationof
director of Publix Super the "
corporate Image.
Markets, Inc., told the Lake-
I The advertising executive said
land Board of Realtors yester
that show
day. surveys that customers Dtu.'ID Im Leeer 'fuf 1. Com.INe11 .cola .
prefer the businesses that rD.er Ito rod end tArmwta prd .Ills ores
Speaking at the organization .en (.ode yrrn eoalrolofor fe. k. peroelu9
offer .
a pleasing physical envir- wren p .sew Irer rrld eon
monthly luncheon meeting at llw door era rats on flu h eo. a.
onment along with friendly and t".U: .J. es Y4 .Aa o.eo" h'moSlo::
the Morrison Cafeteria, Schroter epaLier.
courteous service
said that the corporate imageIs
a "mirror of the personalityof "Even the telephone voice Is
a business." a factor in creating a public

The Publix executive said thata image," he said. \_:.. ; bakes! broils!
favorable Image Is not cre- On consistency and truth In

ated overnight, and that creating -advertising, Schroter pointed out r warms! grills! toasts!
a desirable opinion In the that the slogan of Publix,
eyes of the public requires "Where Shopping Is A Pleas- ISunbllrst
"truth and consistency" in advertising ure" 1 Is used consistently In the ;" s portable
and all other areas. firm's promotional efforts, He
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Personality Developed said that every Publix adver- '( k. w oI" Broilmaster
tisement carries that slogan, and
"Every business should havean that Publix, In all Its efforts y
Individual I personality," makes every effort to justify 14.88Come
Schroter said "The right mer- that corporate Image. .

out of the kitchen cook where

Chicago Editor Elected the family is In the dining room,

I ? Florida room or patio! The Broi(master

Honorary FSC ChancellorMilburn plugs in anywhere bakes pies, grills

steaks, makes hamburgers oil to de
P. Akers, editor of the cago and Washington. licious perfection. With Cal-Ray element
Chicago Sun-Times has been lie is a past director of the

elected honorary chancellor of American Society of Newspaper
Florida Southern College for Editors
The son of a Methodist minister .

1964.He will give the principal address Aker has long been active

and preside over the annual .
Founders' Week convoca

tion, March 13-14, It was announced chrome
by Dr. Charles T. Thrift reflector

Jr., president of Florida South. t .
ern. N 1p x > drip pans

Akers Is the 29th man to be v
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elected honorary chancellor specially priced

since trustees of the 79-year-old 3' w + 2.99 set of 3
: Methodist college began conferring -
the title on outstanding 6":: small size , .90c each
: leaden in various fields in 1934. __ 8 large size 1.20 each
'
: Other Post Held ea I I' Excellent quality chrome plated dripS ?

Akers has been associated 'S0 / *"i' American made! Whisk clean

: with the Sun-Times since theo Ireg" t r stain in seconds won't blister, darken or
founding In 1941. Previously he PLEASE STATE MAKE OF RANGE
:. worked on the Springfield III., Electrikbroom J WHEN ORDERING BY MAIL
State Register and the St. Louis
Post-Dispatch, and the Asso- PHONE LAKILAND MU S."61

; elated Press in Springfield Chi- 3...88 Oft.".JANE.MAIL. ..LEE'.THIS.:'...COUPON.........TO...

$2,000 w, ,,_ MAAS BROTHERS
Monthly Solve your floor end rug cleaning prob.. LAKELAND, FLORIDA

Alimony Asked lems with the RegIna Electric-broom. NAME . ., . . . .. . .
MILBURN P. AKERS
ADDRESS .
; From Actor in church work. He Is a memberof Features powerful motor for faster, CASH : : : : : CHAEr./ :,. ,. ,.,. :: :: -

r Public the Relations national Commission and Methodist on more efficient cleaning, plus air-flow :lfo: rural odde", piss,. give; delivery 'ntrue' :.

LOS ANGELES (AP) Actor Information, and chairman of swivel nozzle and handy dirt cup that i PIOOM
Vic Morrow, 33, was sued fore lend me the following m.cnandia)!
the National Committee of Add 3 I II,
e $2,000 a month alimony and empties like ash ! ,Church Men for Church Colleges ITEM
; child support Tuesday pending of the National Council of deluxe model 39.95 .

e brought settlement Feb.of 5 a by divorce his wife action Bar- Churches I IQUANTITYIIT: I IMu
He Is a trustee of two Meth-
bara, 30.
odist colleges McKendree of
The Morrows were married In Lebanon, III., his alma ,' JtOtllewarel
mater Det. >.' 0.....
Me. ,
1957 and have two 70
'daughters and MacMurray of Jacksonville .-.-......--.....-
age 2 and 9. III, and also a trustee of Wes-
His wife said Morrow had an ley Memorial Hospital In 'Chicago -
Income of $10,000 a month. .
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LAKELANP LEDGER Wednesday Feb._21, 2114


rh re If You Believe 'Experts', Nobody Can Win GOP NominationBy I


ARTHUR EDSON And for all his efforts to pass What then do we want? not become as dedicated as Immigrants Italians, Poles,,. There Is the age factor, too. or wheelhorse, the age of vice Idge and Harry Truman steppedup
i WASHINGTON (AP)-If you as a Southwesterner "Why Ideally the candidate should John Tyler. He had 1!. Greeks-need not apply. Be ripe but not too ripe. presidential candidates has av; from the vice presidency and
listen to the experts, it looks is El Paso Is farther west than be goad-lookzg, capable of cooing Although every study shows Until John F. Kennedy provedby I Although these standards eraged five older than then won a four-year term on
if no one can win the Republican Denver"-POlitically ha is still charm even before the pitiless -that as a nation we proclaim a the thinnest of margins that: sound inflexible they erode years their own.
presidential nomination. from the South, and the South rather strict code in national self Interests that of the men who headed the
lights of television. sex public a Roman Catholic could win the! slowly as our Before the conventions In 1960
They raise such objections II: since the Civil War has been Every candidate should havea and violate It in private we presidency, the word "Protes. and our prejudices ticket. Since 1896 a dozen vice- almost every democratic leader
Sen. Barry Goldwater comes a graveyard for presidential wife James Buchanan was unite on this: We tolerate no tant" was trotted out as a must t: change. presidential selections have been would give a long list of reasons
from too small a state-Arizona hopes the only bachelor and she hanky-panky with our chief ex for those who sought the White! Traditionally, any man want. 60 or over. ,why Lyndon Johnson shouldn't
has only five electoral votes We are now In our own who Is ecutives.
should
beomebody- House. ing to be president needed a Which brings us to a vital be president.
s f compared with New York's 43- curious way choosing presidential still able to mix easily with the With a few distressing exceptions farm or small town background, and
and. although he is an .Epis candidates What do we international aet.ChlJclreD. the White House has been to souse the campaign with hayseed point, a distressing one just Some of these objections are
copalian he has a Jewish back- look for? What do we avoid? Assets remarkably free of scandal even Jupiter Island nostalgia. now to Republicans: Nothing as valid as they ever were, expect
1t gives a man presidential stature for this vital difference:
ground that In this like to
might handicap him country we though rumors are forever
in Children particularly when Kennedy not only destroyedthe like a stint in the White House. LBJ Is in the White HouSe now.
has chanceto
9 a tight race. say, every child a small are assets, but one need swirling. Beach Erosion belief that no Catholic could Teddy Roosevelt, Calvin Cool- 'And, barring a dlsasterjhe's a
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of grow up to be president Butit A presidential hopeful shouldbe
4t New York has had that divorce simply isn't so, right now. In, or have held high office. become president; he also cinch for the Democratic nom-
which divorcee which is ter- candidate who had had neither
young
For this job only white men Time has worn away other beliefs '
1t rible. I need Orientals civilian nor military rank. JACKSONVILLE AP A Plagued Day And
apply. Negroes Building Textile ( ) too.Beginning. Be
Former Vice President Rich- and women of whatever race, We brag that we're a peace- public hearing had been called at with Washingtonmany SpeakerAt
i ard M. Nixon can't escape the color or creed are barred by loving nation but some military presidents have been rich Nightwith Bladder
sour smell of defeat. custom strongly fortified by prejudice Plant In CubaMIAMI experience Is highly desirable. Jupiter Island on beach erosion but Abraham Lincoln's long JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE
Other Handicaps Cited I i Only 12 presidents have had which has been plaguing the struggle upward seemed more Discomfort
?
Among other handicaps, real All under 35, and those born un-East German spindles none whatever. And from Wash.' coastline about 80 miles northof appropriate for democracy.
or imaginary Gov. William W. In other countries, are blockedby will twirl in a textile factory -Ington to Eisenhower successful Miami for years. (W Sen. UnwlH. ..lint or drlnklni tniy twoviro. a
.
al- Money Needed Dirksen R.-I11., will of mild but unorlni bl 1 dd r IrrU
have had Everett ,
Scranton of Pennsylvania Gov. the Constitution. : being built in Cuba's Pinar generals political Army engineers called the t''uno-.kl. you feat l r..t'too.' ..,
George W. Romney of Mich- Some 140 million of he Del Rio province where tobacco lure.Any hearing for March 24 at the Now, with costs soaring astronomically speak at a fund raising affair ant with u..f..b..A.d....1..buk. >eh.,hMd If mtlwnlihu..eh..rmu>.
igan and Sen. Thruston B. Mor- nation's 190 million population'used to be the main industry. candidate must have the Parish House In the town of a man must have for Republican candidates in .ul>r.oh...d p.ln.due", .*... Milloit,
ton of Kentucky aren't well are eliminated by these absta-j Havana Radio said Tuesdaythe eager spring of a ballet dancer,, Jupiter Island. money or easy access to it, if Jacksonville April IS, county your trvln mlxrr-don't or .motfotml.upwt.!( trj, ftr.Do addlni n'..to
known. And politicians, like cigarettes cles before we start, plant Is under constructionnear the restless energy of a tiger, "The purpose of this hearing he is to arrive at the conventionwith GOP chairman Thomas A. Lar- ll.r.f>...r-Th.y.'. Pllta km let I wen 'or Btedr r*.
or hair oil, need national list of ellgibles keeps shrinking the town of Artemisa. Its the endurance of a marathon is to discuss with local Intereststhe any sizable supply of votes. bl.dd.r Irrlutloni. I-A toothlnf fut p.effect la-nllr oa.
advertising if they are to sell. drastically estimated cost Is 29 million runner, with physical stamina beach erosion problems at Curiously, these stringent kin said today. .Int eh.:,cllnn tmiMukr on ninlnf mtbm and Uekaoh ptiiu.. hood..
For that matter, from the I Sidney Hyman, In his study Cuban pesos. beyond ordinary mortals.: Jupiter Island and to receive rules for the presidency are Although no Republican has wonderfully mild dluratl.letkm thru-Ut.U .
expert's viewpoint President "The American President" decided The mill's machinery and Recent Immigrants Barred their views relative to the need often tossed aside when a vice announced as a candidate here k/d.n.. II .1100 t.endl..to of ktdnq to...".'...........so.output, aft to.Jim0 0'tII. .
Johnson isn't so well off either no more than 100 can pass spare parts for two years, are Our candidates should come and feasibility of providing president is being chosen. so far. the party said it Intendsto h.ppy ..lId, 1011I1. h.r..nsoM
..
too liberal for conservatives, too the complex almost mystical being supplied by CommunistEast from an Anglo-Saxon or northwest remedial improvements," the Because the job has been mount its biggest Duval tor... owr l.rnl.d. .n.. Goo.Do.Par.eonnnkn'.I'IIIt todaysr1dv.. bap
conservative: for liberals. ualifications.ladles' Germany. European family. Recentinfant's. engineers said. given so often to a party hacki County effort In decades. .






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4 LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, feb, M. 1964 McNamara's Band
Become
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L LEDGER EDITORIALSA p r( ? Most CriticalIn


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1IL This CenturyBy

Good Corporate ImageLAKELAND


DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTONWhat's
REALTORS were told salesmen. They have to hustle to t ( going

yesterday that they would do well to make a good living, and they know on beneath the surface today

create a good corporate image of their their hustling pays off better if they're in optional as well as international

; t ) affairs can make
business
pleasant a

The advice was given by William Automobile salesmen, too, usuallv) the year 1963 perhaps the most
critical in this century. During
Schroter, advertising director for Pub- are good salesmen who know the im (1/ M the eight months before

lix Super Markets and president of portance of making a good impression a. the presidential election, steps

Lakeland's Chamber of Commerce. Immediately and following through will be taken by foreign governments

A pleasing personality was men- with It. Most of them are extroverts which could involvethe
United States In a seriesof
tioned by him as one of the basic Ingredients who have the gift of understandinghuman
/h rII crises that may begin to
of a Rood corporate Image. nature and dealing with it intelligently r emerge after the presidential

It is Indeed. election on November 3.

The total impression made by the The employer who puts up with II ; y What gives most concern at
present is the behavior of the
personalities in a place of business has grumpy, indifferent or rude help Just foreign governments which

much to do with the success of the isn't taking good care of his corporate have deliberately construedthe
current election campaignin
business, or lack of success image. this country as giving theman DAVID LAWRENCE

If you go into a place of business t o opportunity to put into effect ,
/ beneficial to themselves
policies
where the employes are courteous and i ;
Cemetery Road v\ but harmful to the more threatening than out-

alert, eager to serve, you feel like buying po'r United States.Unfortunately. wardly would appear. Policy-

UIIATS in a name? presidential making seems to be predicated
elections occur at a fixed time the that the
nation
on theory
Publix! has done an extraordinarilygood Quite a bit, actually sometimes under the American constitu
wants "peace at any price"and
job through the years of select- In neighboring Hardee County is a tion and cannot be postponedto that this is the way twin

ing employes who back up the Publix road that has been known for yearsas 14 M1Lr "/YW as a under more opportune the parliamentary moment, a presidential election,

that in Publix stores Cemetery Road.
slogan "shoppingis system. Foreign governments PAST experience should,

a pleasure." Now the people who live along that know campaigns that American are lengthy presidential affairs however, have taught a les

or- If into of business road tired of having it bear that son. In 1918, President Wilson
you go a place are f and that no president
was re-elected on the cam
where the employes seem indifferent name. Is going to risk his chance for slogans "peace and
paign
Voice of the re-election by plunging thiscountry '
and draggy, you get the feeling right So they petitioned the county commissioners People prosperity" "and "he kept us
out of war. But within six
I.
oft that you don't want to do any more to change the name to Sten- i r r r months after the election the

business in that establishment than It strom Road. This will be in memory This Is The United States entered World
Ledger's Opinion Page War I.President.
absolutely necessary. of a pioneer family that lived on that
into a military crisis Roosevelt cam
And you don't go back there if you road. Tti .4> *ri.1 l ?.(. .Hri the ntwtpcpir'* .wn tpimont; .n mttttra .' current Inttrnt in the which could demand the draft paigned for re-election in 1940

I can help It. Who can rightly blame them for t4iton l C.I.|...... |It ...Ic_. the .pinlom' .f rollers In the Vne. .f the ,.." Column. Lesson moos ing of more boys and cause with the cry, "I hate warl"'

k. signed end ..*, the writer*. ."......, but .."'.. will b. withheld. upon r.qu"t. A l I.ttM ihould not the Interruption of the normal but a year after the election,
You look around for a place where the change?
wanting icMd 250 worth, end poetry cannot be vied The ledger. "..",.. the right re reject soy letter ef lives of many citizens to the United States was plungedinto

the people are friendly, where the After all, it seems awfully strangeto eh.d.o it. Opimeni; ef celumiiitti. end etker centrlbutera .".., elMwkere .. rliit >.|.. say nothing of the impact on World War II

is invite the economic situation as a In both instances, the as-
corporate image a pleasant Image. people out to a country frolicon
Avenue are getting up speedfor much admiration Some of us whole. sumption of the enemy was
Realtors as a whole usually are good Cemetery Road. Hazard
I ForPedestrians the dash onto Lake Morton remember, in case he has forgotten that the United States, for
Drive. these episodes. I hopehe CONFIDENT that the president political reasons, would not

The pedestrian Is taking desperate remembers he was beatenfor of the United States is enter the war. The Kaiser's
virtually stalemated into a government was confident of
president and also for
chances at either Inter. governor
I ; Expanding Lakeland's Hospital section, for if a car does not of his own state posture of Inaction, foreign this and went on torpedoing
EDITOR: Since the proposed governments feel free to pursue American ships at sea in the
location of the new public library hit him, it darn near scares ABlet's their disturbing policies belief that the United States

i LAKI LAND'S 444-bed hospital was Enlargement of the hospital must for our city Is still an the life out of him. without fear of reprisals. This would not take military action

take speedily open question I would like to I do not care where the new not only is true with respectto Hitler also was sure that this
built place as as possible.
only few
i a years ago. make two point in connectionwith library is located, so long I as Think Castro in Cuba, but is re country would not enter World
l During recent weeks, it has been Lakeland has a reputation for having the subject. it Is not on its present site. I lated to the arrogant behaviorof War II in Europe and later

filled to capacity and often it has been an unusually good hospital. Fail First, I think that The Ledg love to go to the library; it is This Over'EDITORI Panama and friction in other persuaded Japan to attack the

I necessary to accommodate patients by ure to keep pace with Lakeland area er Is to be commended for a storehouse of knowledge. is parts of Latin America. United States on the supposition -
.
and well And
needs by failing to provide adequate taking a stand in favor of up-to-date run So far as Southeast Asia is that America would be-
placing beds in corridors. I like the Idea of going on liv- The electric rates
what it thinks is the most desirable concerned, the position of the come so preoccupied with the
hospital accommodation would quickly In Lakeland. Our like charged by the City of Lake.
ing city,
i In Florida cities, of course, there location. United States has deteriorated, conflict in the Pacific Ocean
is always a heavier patient load at hos- spoil that reputation. Second, I want to point out the Lakeland ledger, is get- land are now being talked and there are hints that AmerIcan that it would not be able to
about outside Electric
better an
Even while Lakeland General Hos what has only been touchedon ting bigger and ; military forces will be be of much assistance in fight.
the of the winter
pttals during height Power Co. seems to be ableto
pital's impressive main unit was being briefly in the discussion of FRANK KIERNAN furnish than withdrawn after November. ing the war in EuropeTHROUGHOUT .
season when many visitors are in the few it the subject to date. I refer to power cheaper This will be construed as a
completed
a years ago, was a Lakeland is doing.
the hazard to pedestrians going humiliating defeat for the these grave
sUite.This heavier load I 1:1: planned for inmost common prediction that another wing to and leaving the libraryat Johnson Role Lakeland says it is using the American government. Wereit periods of history, foreign governments
would have to be added before long. the intersection of Massachusetts profit from this utility to help not for the presidential elec. have underestimatedthe

instances as much as it is possible That time is at hand, and if Lake- Ave. and Lake Morton meet City expenses, keeping tion, it is conceivable that the resoluteness of the American

\ to do so.Lakeland. land continues to grow at the presentrate Drive. Not Easy One property do taxes the Lakeland down Thatdoesn't United States would take a people The communist
is fast I am a frequent visitor to power more forthright position not policy at the moment is to
l growing so a larger still more expansion will have to the users outside the City any In talk about disarmament and
library and being an elderly EDITOR: Former Vice only Southeast Asia but toward
hospital is necessary in order to accommodate take place a few years hence. man I no longer have the President Richard Nixon show good. her own allies who have "peaceful co-existence: but

patients properly throughout A good and adequate hospital is a speed of a gazelle. Consequently ed poor "Americanism" when I think that there are peopleIn created ill feeling in the Unit the communist drive to take

the year principal factor in a good and ade- when I am about to cross he recently called Khrushchev our City utility departmentthat ed States by increasing their over Latin America, SoutheastAsia
Massachusetts near the lake I "best world leader today." can figure power rates trade with Red China as wellas and Africa continues unabated .
The present expansion program quate medical center, and Lakeland and efficiency procedures' justas
take pains to wait until no That was more political than with Cuba. The United Nations is
Will provide space for 141 additional must take care to preserve the reputation cars or trucks are approaching good common sense to name well as getting outside experts The strategy of the Democratic powerless to do much about it

beds. The cost will be approximately the city ha* for being such a the intersection from any such a man Instead of President in and paying them sev. administration appearsto because Great Britain, France
eral thousand dollars and
$2,298,300 medical center of the three directions leading Johnson not their figures perhaps be to do nothing which will and the United States are In
using
to the crossing Then I start It Isn't easy to try to fulfill aggravate or "escalate" the disagreement
that just done here
was a couple -
across, but almost Invariably your predecessor's goals as of International situation Thereis Many members of Congress
before I make the opposite President Johnson is trying to years ago a tendency in official quar believe the President would be
I don't believe In paying out-
curbstone a speeding car do. I would have to state ters to soft.pedal what Is going far stronger In the world, and
I Passion Play Needs Support looms up, forcing me to run President Johnson was the side experts within for doing our what city experts on behind the scenes In even with his own public opinIon
right can
lest I be hit and become one best world leader of today: at do even better. If different parts of the world if he manifested a resolute -
more casualty least give him due credit. perhaps The is policy rather than a passive
press not being givenall
TILE PASSION PLAY presentedfour Wales are drawing such slender attendance they can't, let's send some of
To try to cross at Lime Mr. Nixon also touched on the facts about governmentmoves and acquiescent attitude.
times a week each winter seasonat is most unfortunate. The Pas Street and Massachusetts Ave foreign affairs and sounded them learn. to school so they can on the Internationalfront Certainly the eight months

Lake Wales is in desperate need of sion Play ought to be drawing a large nue is only slightly less hazardous pessImistic. I recall when Please let's think this over. or even about the hap before the election appear to
crowd from all over this section of There the whizzing Nixon was vice-president, he penings Inside Latin America, be paving the way for crucial
much better attendance in order
meet expenses. to Florida for each performance. drivers fuoin MassachusettsBy wasn't greeted overseas with ALBERT E, BITTEL some of which may well being decisions in the year 1965.


So desperate is its plight that its There are many thousands of peo-
ple in this area who have not seen it.

appeal sponsors for to financial have the Lake found assistance Wales it necessary city commission to- The The). performances ought to go as are soon on as Tuesday possible., Dangerous Social Dynamite In Our Time I Imoded


Thursday and Saturday nights at 7::.10
The commission has the
consideration and presumably request will under o'clock\ and on Sunday at 6 p.m. The RALPH McGILL that of Woodrow Wilson and Rats vermin, lack of heat and that the property Is theirs bUildIngs. They are the

last performance for this season i IS Publisher of The Franklin D. Roosevelt were water disregard of sanitation and that they are not requiredto worst crowded, the least sup
render assistance to
some help meet scheduled for the night of April 19. Atlanta Constitution regarded as radical, socialistic laws, and living conditionsthat do more than they are doing plied. It will be a tremendously
the present emergency. But it should The professional members of the Chat there is social dyna Communist and destructive one must see and smell and that, in any case,
to and
not be necessary for Lake Wales to assume mite In all our urban communities of property rights But to believe are commonplace. they cannot do more. That costly job rescue
such a responsibility on a continuing cast are assisted by 150 persons from (and, for that mat property rights remain and Court tests bave upheld the new laws and condemnationsare train those who are able to

( basis. the Lake Wales area and some from ter, in all the world) clearlyis are more profitable than ever ahead is already sure be upgraded New plans, new
.
neighboring communities, all the residents demonstrated In some form before because of the flexibility V', : Certainly, slum landlords and ideas are needed.

The Passion Play presented with of this area contributing their of protest This of our political system and : r fli.. -l nC those who use their 'rights Today's glacier-like! slums
be realistically the Constitution, which requires to discriminate or to perpetuate fester and decay powerful dramatic effect there in the may
services. The officers and directors and even of government that It ; 'fJ1 JlS./ r utb,_ < injustices are not contributing incentives of the young. The
well-arranged amphitheater is a deeply ticket-takers serve without pay. violently, d I- : be sensitive to the general to the health or reputation old and most of the middle-

moving religious story that has inspired The play lasts two and one-half rect action bydemonstrations } welfare. strikes. Sworn testimony and of the American Way of aged have already lost any

millions of people in many partsof hours. Go and see it, and take others day-to-day diaries of life in life.There edge for going ahead. It Is
I IN MORE than 18 is not much incentivein costly but it will be
the world through many decades! with You and or pocketbook cities today one of the ancient, decaying very
you. they will have an boycotts Or it lt i the social problem is tenements are worse than Ho- the ghettos of city poverty much more expensive if we do
That the presentations at Lake unforgettably rich oxpeiience may be takento .1/1\ caloric St. Louis New York garth's description of Gin Lane today. They have become refuges not act steadily to diffuse the

the cent -AtirJ2i.J Chicago, Cleveland: Jackson in old London. for the functional llhter social dynamite that can be so

of government ',-1lII.M'V"( and Hattiesburg, ( Miss ), ate*. The schools in our slumsare destructive both spirituallyand
A THOUGH F-Create in me a dean heart 0 God, and put a new and right spirit within me. a board of al:: Birmingham; Albany and At. 1IILSL landlords are argu- invariably in old, out- materially.

Psalms II;:10 derm an, a McGILL lanta, (Ga.); Chapel Hill, N C.
state legislature these are but a few. In

the Congress each, the tension grows out
In the United States the of some Injustice voting
: Potomac FeverBy
LAKELAND LEDGER slums grow like glaciers And rights housing schools, jobs
the social Impact of them is In New York there I is a rent
like the movement of a glacier strike against landlords of

.. -slow, relentless. The slum slum housing in Harlem More FLETCHER KNEBELA
OAKDMID < T> eOWl.II Ml.
weun ,a NN NnnaeON, ww.rroldrnlr can be, in effect, like an than 233000 persons are
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's Nnn Rl. O. {IM{. Washington banker made Bobby Baker a $125,000 loan without security.It's .
I \1: ... amoeba, flowing qut and sur crowded into central Harlem.
,
the With the bomb hanging over us, there's no for
lasers .0. "OW"LL. age. security anybodyany
sewer"nos
Citrus Center >"nIoI. o,...In., cNnsue HUNT. .u' rounding an object in its path. Of these, some 71,000-or 30
"' i,"" "...- suit Ilan 'CH.'D Mrnr.r. ......IY. Co....,.. Or it can be e"plosive-eoclal per cent-are under 20 yearsof more not even for bankers.it *

dynamite, when the heat age. These are young Arner
generated by its friction with leans Their counterparts in Garry :Moore quits his radio and TV shows after :30 )ears in show! business

I The LEDGER'S telephones : All Departments-686.1151 the society about it touchesoff disenchantment, illiteracy, unemployment lie started in it when Jack Benny was only :38.

an explosion lack of skills and *

SUISCIUrION RATES So it is in our time. The drift into crime and delinquency Canal dilemma: Has Panama become old hat
social dynamite Is being de are to be found In *
Quo Ytor . . $2010 On Month . . $1.75 tonated. If society does not varying totals in dozens of

Sit Month . . $1040 W..k . . .40 move to reduce the heat, then, American cities In the South, LBJ' war on poverty puts fellow Democrats on the spot. They can't
out in favor of but If it's
come poverty, abolished
Tkro Menthe . . $ 5 20 Sunday Only r.., . $7,.SOPublish1 history teaches us, there will East, North, West. And, to well-fixed, they can afford to vote people will figure they'reso
be continual eruptions until keep the picture In balance Republican..
some equity is attained. To one must note that there are *

frarnoani **..,. Saturday, and an Sunday morning by Lakeland' N...,.... Cor*. date, the American system, white counterparts as well. By Some countries! are outraged at US. threats to stop foreign aid. They've
L....'...". Florida" 3il02 or way of life, has been flexible no means are all the disadvantaged lu-en getting it so long, they feel thev're to the manna born.
enough to adjust to In Harlem or Chicago *

change The social revolution In New York there Is a rent NASA says it will put wasps and flies into orbit And we thought those
of Teddy Roosevelt's days and strike! against slum landlords fellows were trying to get the bugs out of our satellites.

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LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, Feb. 21, IM4 S

Handicapped f[ REPORT r



For I Postmaster Relates Doctors Report

CourageALBANY .

.1 His War On Waste
Hoover
NV, (AP) ImprovedNEW
John XXIII t
called Kathy Dorn -.-.-..... .
a girl of "great courage." 1
The late Present' John F. By FULTON LEWIS JR. for shipment behind the Iron YORK (AP) Former 1962, operation hospital officials

Kennedy wrote her of hit ad,' WASHINGTONrPostmaster Curtain. President Herbert Hoover remains 'said they did not anticipate a

miration of her abilities General John Gro- The ostensible reason for "strong and alert despitehis '(recurrence of the malignancy.

Mayor Erastus Corning II of nouakl set out recently to this move !Is economy and the age and Illness," and his'It was the same hospital in

Albany calls her "a credit to the Inform key Congressmen of Department claims It will kidney bleeding has stopped his which his gall bladder had been

city." progress save $29000 a year Rep. doctors report removed in 1958

Kathy is 17 and editor of the ,made in his R Lipscomb doubts that much The latest medical bulletin, "The present illness" his

student newspaper at Mercy War on will be saved then notes: Issued Tuesday night said that three doctors reported Tuesday

High School here. Waste. "Even assuming the $23.000 Hoover, 89, had spent "a rather "Is due to bleeding from the

Twenty.five figure Is accurate how valid restless day due to respiratory 1 right kidney (with that cause)
Sport EnjoyedShe members of &' t Is the Department's claim (breathing) difficulty probably secondary to a kidney

It an avid swimmer and the House tha it wants to save tax Temperature Lower !stone The clinical picture has

also bowls water skis Ice- Post Office money? This same depart' 'His temperature Is lower.:been complicated by a respiratory -

skate, plays musical( instru- 2M and CivilService I ment was heavily involved In His blood pressure remains Infection."

menu and sings Committee the multl.million dollar subsidization normal. His heart beat Is some' They also reported that Hoover

A lifelong acquaintance des re- of the Soviet wheat what rapid but the rhythm is had been bedridden with fe

Bribed Kathy's personality as ceived re deal." normal and there is no evidence .'ver for 48 hours before the announcement

'electric." Another said he had ports on Granouski's LEWIS Rep Ipscomb doubts It of heart failure" said the .

"never seen her depressed "is coincidence that the Department bulletin from Hoover's hotel Though he had not appearedin

On weekend dates, the pert economy campaign. They would pick just this suite at the Waldorf Towers : public in recent months,
brunette likes nothing better ? learned the nation's numberone time to quit printing the There were no Immediate Hoover had kept busy writing

than a trip to the movies or a ,' 'a Postman would shutdown lists" He points out that plans to move the nation's 31st'a talent at which he has been

basketball or football game < < 4. rtg y' eight data processing Administration officials are president to a hospital. prolific _
"1 haven't missed a school centers in an effort to save now making I big pitch for The announcement Tuesdaythat

dance In four years" Kathy the taxpayer a few bucks! East.West commerce and Hoover was seriously ill C.", ,1...

said during an Interview. 1 r Gronouski spurned the five- would not like to see this followed by 18 months an operation INSURANCE

Kathy has been blind since vKS cent stamp and the quick campaign thwarted by "nosy he underwent at Columbia SERVICE:
birth. he ..6..
same-day-dellvery-.ervice Congressmen" Presbyterian Medical Center t to
Corning who claims to have brought to the Lonltr Upihaw,
has known Past lists have revealed :remove a cancerous tumor from
Kathy since she was 2, said nation's capital Inc. SiKSSMl
that Administration officials his intestinal tract. .
.... .
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Kathy Inspired him to develop Instead he sent each mem have okayed for export strategic I A week after the Aug 28. S Twin .Hi H Sills .
In-community educational facfl 8t ber of the House Committeea material: -- -
'
icier for the blind. Until recent. 163.word telegram Cost to 1"<.111'III ." .
To the Soviet Union U S
ly blind children In the $10 apiece.
Albany had taxpayers: firms ship with Government
to travel to Rome N.Y., or to Rep Dick Poff. Virginia Republican approval Industrial chemicals THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
neighboring states to school he : was among those I
.
petroleum coke technical SPECIALS AT ,
laid. 1 who received He
H a wire says
data of all kinds
the needless waste of several
Credit To Family To Industrial j
Hungary
hundred dollars makes him FLORIDA
"Kathy's courage and abilIty "wonder Just how serious chemicals pneumatic metalworking __

to learn got me interested In rdalkwwn Gronouskl really is about tools microfilm
the problem of education for the economy In government. scientific Instruments auto -

blind and in fact all handicapped !- Another GOP Congressman motive prrts PHARMACY
To Poland chemical concen -
children. She Is a creditto Frank Bow of Ohio has passed '

her family" and a credit to on to Gronouski a few rates instruments, spectrum, precision measuring __ (II" Pvklii Super Mark on N. Men A...>
the city helpful hints. In small towns
Each of the last four boring machines /l
years across the country Bow discovered
Kathy has spent a day at the DOGGIE HEARING AID-r.i,"r, ttirM.montWM,. Pas, fcrarj. bee fine Munrfi rhli wash Deaf postmasters draw To Czechoslovakia crude \I 1.l1111111.
sulfur, carbon black semi-
Albany Medical Center Hospital .lite* birth she) v conductors
answering questions for a bat M h.. h. and In liar raw cotton optical 1 *
rn liny receiver ear tAP Wlnphore) year for doing virtually noth measuring devices. Double Green
Stamps
tery of doctors She attempts to
To
Yugoslavia 7.000.horse-
tell the doctors how she "sees"I Ing.The
new formal gown or a love Man Who Designed U. S. BoycottOn Ohio Congressman revealed power engines equipment for
that deserving Democrats an ultramodern steel mill
scene in a movie or a touch.
draw comfortable salaries ] On
1
electron tubes, communications Prescriptions
down run. Viet Nam Policy Quits Wheat for running post offices equipment construction "
Frequently she timeIn
spends that take In less than $100 a machinery, electrical testing
hospital wards reading to A office at Mar- 11111111114Reg.
I year. post machinery petroleum drilling
children from her Braillu storybooks WASHINGTON (AP)-Assistant differences In the government EndedWASHINGTON quez N. M., sold only $12 parts. coaxial cable wave '

She may play the piano Secretary of State Roger" on how to intensify the U.S. worth of stamps in 1963 yeta form measuring Instruments $1.29 (limit 1))
or organ if one is handy, or Hilsman, a key designer of U.S. backed war against Communist (AP-Water- Democratic postmasterfeeds copper alloy wire aircraft

sing or play her harmonica or policy In South Viet Nam, has guerrillas In South Viet Nam front unions are ready to re at the Federal trough. parts, scientific and professional Caroid & Bile Tablets 79

accordion. resigned I Hilsman said his decision to sume loading ships with U.S. Other post offices have receipts equipment

Pope Praises Her His resignation announced resign as assistant secretary for wheat for the Soviet Union by of less than $50 a year.
Tuesday with a "Dear Roger" Far Eastern affairs "was not Reg. $9.98 100 Tablets (limit 1))
"She's talented the end of the week after ending They Include those at Patsey Attends Funeral
so so gifted letter from President Johnson.' related to any policy issues Hazle Patch Gray Fox, $565
10-day boycott.
In music-and her personality Is a Mr M A. Odom 614 Susan Theragram M .
just electric!I" said a neighbor came a day after the adminls, In making public the Johnson I The White House announcedlate Deer Lick and Gapville Kentucky Drive flew to San Diego, Calif

Cora Stevenson who has known ration disclosed a shakeup In Hilsman letters the White Tuesday that the unions ; Deora Colorado; Bay- yesterday to attend the funeralof ,
Its Viet Nam policy making House said the year-old official leys Mill Virginia; Pigeon I 100
Kathy since birth. I had agreed to load the wheat his brother William Bernis Reg. $3.29 CapsulesSafflowcr
In a letter Pope John praised Task Force Formed was leaving to return to after President Johnson pledged I West Virginia; and Pine Odom His brother died Sunday 89

Kathy for her "great courage in The State Department revealed I academic life.First that-In all future grain deals New Mexico. The deceased was raised in I Oil . .
overcoming the handicap of then formation of a new with the Soviet Union-half of Hundreds of other post offices Lakeland. Survivors Include his

blindness," and President Ken ask force to "sharpen the focus the cargo would be carried In have annual receipts of widow, three children and one I Reg. $1.48-40U (limit 1))
less than $500. It Is doubtful
nedy wrote "1 admire your of handling Vietnamese FamilyTo US shipsThe grandchild.
however that Mr. Gronouski
demonstrated abilities" problems" The new commute late President John F. will close down An Insulin NPH .ISq"I..I.. 83-
At an editor, Kathy has had was put under William H. Sul Make Kennedy had agreed to ship half old many YOUR TICKET TO
political equation
Interviews with Gov. Nelson A. Trip of the In American goes
ships
assistant
liven a special to W. grain IIIPOItTLI FOODS
something like this Every (limit 1))
: $Z.85-80U
Rockefeller and Lt. Gov. Malcolm -Averell Harriman, undersecre- when the sales were arrangedlast i Reg.

Wilson tary for political affairs and an To Florida fall. But the way WAS left unemployed postmaster JJutoru 3am i iMOYI Insulin NPH $179
equals one disgruntled Democrat (Squibb. . . .
She takes notes with a braille expert on Southeast Asia. open then to waive the requirement ,
All 5.0/naa same
punch device or on a typewriter. There have been ofJ .
reports JACKSONVILLE (AP President .
)- .I N 1"A II IIII
Johnson is his Deal Made -
bringing Already The Administrationhas -- --- ---

Civil Plan family when he comes to Flor been accused of "brazen
Rights Groups The 50.50 agreement will not
J ida Thursday on a one-day trip cover the sale of 1 million tons manipulation of the news"
that is largely a political visit. The charge Is made by Glen-
I of wheat to the Soviet Union by
Chicago DemonstrationsCHICAGO It will be the first time since the Continental Grain Co.. because ard Llpscomb the highly.respected OPEN

Johnson took office in Novemberthat final details of that deal California congressman
he has taken his wife LadyBird and expert on East.West
have already been worked out
(AP-Civil rights Authorities said the boycott,
and his two trade
groups have threatened more sponsored by the Coordinating daughters Three unions-the International WIDE
Lynda Bird J9, and Lucy, 16, on According to Lipscomb the
demonstrations and hinted of a Council of Community Organ! Longshoreman's Association
one of his excursions. Department of Commercewill
Negro voter revolt against city zations probably kept more than the National Maritime Union
The Johnsons are expected to soon discontinue publication
Democratic leaders after more 125.000 students from school and the Seafarers' International '&SAY
leave the White House about of its daily list of export
than 172.000 pupils missed their Tuesday's absentees were 52,- noon and land in Jacksonville Union-started the boycott after licenses The list has long ,
classes Tuesday in the second 420 less than the 224,770 who the U.S. Maritime Administration -
The President will travel by given members of Congress
school in four absent the first agreed to let Continental
public boycott were during
helicopter to Palatka where he an opportunity to see what AHHHI
months de Oct. 22.Satisfaction. ship 62 cent of the wheat in
protesting alleged: boycott per
will attend ground breaking materials !have been approved
facto segregation non American ships. .
Expressed ceremonies for the Cross-FlorIda f1J
School officials said 172350 Barge Canal at 1 In Houston Tex., where the I I
pupils were absent from classes CCCO officials, who said the The President will throw p.m. a freighters Ingul and Umran Why take another

because of the boycott or for lesser participation was caused switch which will set off dyn- have been Idled by the boycott

other reasons by several civil rights groups mite and excavate the first dirt the agent for the Ingul said he I
which opposed the boycott, ex was certain It would be loaded
AbsentA in the $158 million
4 ,500 Usually project.
pressed satisfaction. Johnson will return to Jack. this week after the Umran Is
Board of Education spokesman Police said some 1,500 pickets .
sonville by helicopter and then filled. Both are to carry Continental
said the normal absenteeism marched around city hall and wheat.
ly to Miami for a Democratic i SUtdlltlG
at this time of year Is usually the Board of Education down und.raising dinner.
about 46,500 The city's 450 town offices, but there were no
The dinner will be held at Farming employs 7 million
public elementary and high Incidents Miami Beach's Fontamebleau workers in the United Sales-
schools have an enrollment of Police Supt 0. W Wilson and 8
Hotel and the presidential party more than the total In transpor-
State's Daniel P. Ward
some 465,000. Atty. ,will return to Washington Thursday ation, public utilities, steel and
Officials said the heaviest absenteeism had said that persons who kept night. automobile manufacturing from heat, humidity,
occured in the pre children from entering schools dust and hay fever?

dominantly Negro districts on would be prosecuted There SIIIIIIII 1 ''I
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ILkKELAND LEDGER. Wednesday Feb. 2.. 1S1J'
Search
Boats Divers Continue

Ex-Utility Board Employe ,



I Asks Charge Be Quashed For Wreckage Of Jet AirlinerNEW



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BARTOW former employ tried before a jury on March noise near the A young woman laid the
of the Florida Railroad and I 12, has claimed that he was attempting ORLEANS (AP)-Boats light on a point where one boat Ing an the explosion craft disappeared from heard what "aounded like alun.
time
Public Utilities Commission yesterday and divers looking for the wreckage "hooked onto something big"The ."
filed a motion to quash r to act a trap to arrest of the huge Eastern AirLines four-engine DCS crashedInto contact.
the bribery charge against him. Waters on a charge of attempted jet that crashed into Lake the lake some 20 miles northof One woman said she thoughtshe A worker on a dredge anchored .

A hearing on the motion by: bribery. Pontchartrsln gathered at day- New Orleans pine minutes heard thunder but "there In the lake laid he taw

John D. Johns, 37, Lakeland, Is, The motion filed yesterday ) after takeoff from New Orleans was no rolling after-effect. It a "bunch of green fire" near
asked the court to supress evidence off short"Probers the 27-mile long Lake Pontch-
scheduled before Criminal' Court International Airport at 2:01: was just cut '.
Judge Roy H. Amidon on Tuesday quash the Information on I WisconsinMan am. Tuesday. All 58 aboard artrain Causeway, and radioedthe
grounds the "defendant, having died. Coast Guard.

In the charge against Johns, participated In an Investigation of 126 PutSpotlight Eastern said the plane made
SoughtBy The with a capacity
jet,
filed by county solicitor Gordon for violations of the statutes of routine check after takeoff,

MacCalla Johns Is accused of this state against bribery and passengers was on the second On and gave no alarm before It disappeared -
accepting a $100 bribe from a having produced evidence documentary PatrolLeonard lap of a night from Mexico Cityto from radar contact.
and otherwise that New Orleans, to Atlanta, to
Kissimmee truck driver
ment for John's not pressing as pay. constituted a link in the chainof Washington, to New York City Party Girlswere

charges about alleged violations evidence that directed or indirectly A. Flshman your son It has 51 passengers and a crew
'
of the I-RPUC regulations. tended to Incriminatethe needs you.That's 'of seven. Tax Cut Bill
"business
of
defendant, Is Immune from the appeal being putout Only Bits Found part the promotion

Trap Said Set prosecution under the provls : """" t-. ,, -t : by the Florida Highway Patrol apparatus. To Be Law
The truck driver Goldwyn C. ions" of Florida statutes. this morning By nightfall which forced suspension Scott said he also believed

Waters, the Incident If this of the search only bits "the use of call girls" for business -
reported to Johns' motion also charges I you are reading article
commission officials and later that the Information against himis the patrol asks you to call your of the wreckage had been recovered promotions was well within By Nightfall

swore out a warrant against "vague, ambiguous, mislead N i4L4JI son Carl Flshman collect at along with what was the scope of the Baker investi

Johns, who has pleaded not ing and confusing" and asked Emerson 5-1161 in Beloit Wis, described as bits of bodies.A gation. Individual and 650,000 corporate

guilty. I for "a more definite statement In reference to an emergency Coast Guard boat snagged A reporter's efforts to reach

Johns, who Is scheduled to be of charges. message. something big near the north Scott for comment proved fruitless taxpayer
shore of the lake, which Is about The tax savings will average
WINNER lorty Svo | IT Karhloon Sckoal To others reading this article around It cent for Individuals. .
ryn High junior 30 miles in diameter but darkness per
County Hospital To Get sod tl,>."*., 4-H Club ", e", ",, shawl off trophy and ribbons' she who Flshman may know please the whereaboutsof have him prevented divers from fur )Tjiif". P lf t> li They will be aomewhat

I won Monday ot the Slate 4-H Dairy Skew at Control Hands ,.1", call his son or get In touch with ther Investigation ; less for those In middle Income

Telephone Fire Alarm Orlando. ...,,'. senior roorilna Ayrohlr liaiSe won lionoro .i the patrol's headquarters in The Coast Guard said the object brackets higher at the bottom

Grand Champlain. ., the skew, giving her the trophy, protonrod Lakeland, MU 1-2166. might be a main part of Curtis suggested It was too and top of the scale

by Florid Ayrthlr Cattle Club and the tint, second sad fourth When last seen, Fishman, 68 the fuselage. soon to give all details and The reduction range if from

BARTOW-County commissioners tem consists of a network of ribbons raip"rlirol,. Junior Chomplea ., the dairy show; Grand of Wisconsin, was driving a 1956 Chances of finding any large there was no comment from thecommittee's sround 15.5 per cent up to 100
voted yesterday Install 10 located chairman Sen. B. for the 1.5 million low.
to telephones strategically Champion Rofltrtrtd Aynhlro, ribbon. per cent
Fair trapped
I protontod by the and four-door Chevrolet with Wisconsin part. which could have DNC.The '
a network of 10 telephones throughout the hospital Grand Champion' Ayrahlro, ribbon. ,........4 by Ayrohtr, Iroodor'sAMOcloHon. license plate number most of the bodies, seemed remote -Everett Jordan 10 '
Dec. transcript quoted
In order to providean complex and connected directto
Third ribbon, from loft Is for hasp trod by inhibitor' W72602. after reports Indicating
this blunt statement by Curtis1: 1'11
OM
"efficient fire 1'f1)ffl
alarm
sys the Bartow Fire Depart. ,
tem" for Polk County Ho.. ment. -lorry's ......, toll forty, who owns l$-cow hard, eke wasmantbar Fishman had been visiting the the airliner exploded. Several "We (the Republican minority ,
a ., the oovonrh-ranklnf. .. Union Brotherhood persons at Mandevllle on the
county | dlnf loam In the Carpenters -
pital. Each telephone would have ) think that Impropriety
Commissioners approved the a designation correspondingwith ..... and she was 2lrii kih' Individual In the star I* |udlna.ledior Home on Providence Road for north shore of the lake and should be gone every into tnd we income taxpayers who will be
( about two weeks. A about 10 miles from the apparent the rolls
Phase br Nrklns) spokesman I dropped from entirely.
installation done
telephone at the a layout furnished to the hear- think that until it is the
there said Flshman had "left crash area reported :
the reduction
For corporations,
of Civil Defense l all the fine
'v-. request Director fire department enabling a fire cloud > cast over
Wes Gunn. who said the alarm to be given direct from here a couple of days ago and men and women working for the will average t per cent.
14 Areas we don't know where he went. benefited froman
cost of the project will be a any of the 10 locations. This In Submit Road Sixth Juror Senate." However they
I think he Is the
Just touring investment credit
$60 Installation fee and a turn would enable the fire department "Are you suggesting that personal provisionand

monthly charge of 110.I to send its trucks di. Requests To Polk Boardward I state. Selected In or sexual peccadillos liberalized In depreciationrules
established 1962. The
Gunn reported that during a rectly to the location of the would be within the frameworkof
estimates the over-all
meeting between officials of this committee?" demandedSen. Treasury
fire.Under to the L. H. Recker Haines City Baker's D R.I. effect Is to cut corporate tax liabilities
the hospital and the Bartow the old system, fire Ruby TrialDALLAS I Claiborne Pell I ,

Fire Department, It was decided men would have been notified Highway Four-lanlng of State Road another member. 17 per cent.
j. Final action the bill
this type of alarm system only of a fire at the hospitaland Bartow 60 from Haines City to Lake Secretary (AP) A young ""Yes," Curtis answered. almost exactly on 13 months comes after
I which will be leased not the specific area Alfred. "
I Two-phase request consisting salesman was accepted today 1 would strongly disagree the late President John F. Ken.
from General' Com. Gunn described the
Telephone system of: Phase 1 Construction 2-Extend State Road 580 as the sixth juror in Jack Pell replied. nedy sent his tax message to
W n'flalk
pany-would be the "most as a "reverse of the systemwe of partial by-pass east to the Sunshine Parkway. Ruby's murder trial makingthe Curtis said that even If the In- Congress calling for a reductionin

f feasibly and"economical alerting are presently using In the from State Road 60 to Agrl- 3-Four-lane State Road 25 ,Jury half completed.He vestigation's scope Is limited to Income taxes.

system. civil defense department to" from Haines City to Interstate swank four.bedroom townhouse Is R.J. Flechtner 29, married Baker's business affairs, the "The largest single barrier to
According to Gunn the alert firemen at their homes
sys C. where she still lives. She now and the father of two chil former Senate official has full employment of our manpower

Fff1 J l! l'? 4-Rebuild Polk City Roadto works In Baker's law office dren. claimed a net worth in excess of and resources and to a

I School Board Meets Interstate 4.Lake The Rules Committe which He passed the tests of first the 12 million and "this didn't hap- higher rate of economic

Tuesday heard Baker refuse state and then the defense In pen just by clever operation," growth" said Kennedy "is the
cola Alfred
Road State Road
( 555));
more than 100 times to "Party girls and entertainingwere unrealistically heavy drag of
answer
record time for this trial 29
and Phase 2 future
On Junior College Issuecareful at a Four-lane State Road 600. minutes part of the business pro federal Income taxes on private
date extend the by-pass to
and
Improve storm drainageon motion apparatus Curtis continued purchasing power initiative
US. 17.
Rerun Seen "The facts are availableif Incentive."
State Road 600. FriJm
merits, Is acceptable to the study and thoughtful 2 Construction of Jack. 'PdC.'lJiiJr "
He said he saw a rerun of we pursue It. Johnson gave the bill an equal
State Department of Education deliberation ." son Avenue from Clower Lake Hamilton "
the: televised shooting of Lee "If this is hushed up Curtis ly high priority after he took

3 "Withhold action Other Factors Urged Street north to Conant Street I-Improve State Road 540 questions put off a decision ,Harvey Oswald. But he was warned his colleagues "It will over the White House making It
to select forming a link between U.S. to U,S. 27. whether to recommend he be I not closely questioned by either be very. very bad for the com- the centerpiece of his economic
the permanent site for 4 "Lend particular attention 17 and State Road 60. "
Polk Junior College until final Lake Wales cited for contempt of Congress, side as to whether it madea mittee. program.
to the economic advantages 3 .: Construction of Georgia punishable ,
by a year's imprlionment
deep impression on him.
action by it becomes manda.f
Construct
State Road 60
to the taxpayers of Street from Orange Avenue
both
a $1,000 fine or
Flechtner Is a Christian Scl

: Iztory .( site Polk considered County Florida by It of which each forming west a to link Wilson between Avenue U.S. through 3-Four city..lane from Clark's The Investigators peppered ,entist. As to the reasons why b I
I the former, Senate aide with Ruby shot Oswald, Flechtnersaid c tuax .es
Comer
:: otherwise meet the criteriaof 17 and State Road 555. : to Highway 27. questions on topics ranging he had been curious on

so as to afford ample topography location ac- 4 Reconstruction: of con. 3-Pave First Street from frol1l'.the gilt of a hi-fi sell to that point. But whett chief defense .. .
cessabllity suitability, and necting link Stuart Street Winston to South Street. "
time and opportunity for on President Johnsonft Whether counsel. Melvin M. Belli GEORGE BENJAMIN ELLIS' RITES FOR MR. JOHANSON
size, and that undue emphasis from Jackson Avenue westto Baker' had- with a .!
Lakeland dealings
asked
any whether he has any opinion George Ben EllIs Funeral services for Oscar
not be Benjamin ( ) ,
Wilson
to aesthetic Avenue.
given !
I-A four-lane north-south convicted white slaver on this, he replied "Not Johanson of the Carpenter'sHome
Makarios considerations. 47 former Lakeland
a
5 Installation of signal artery Baker who resigned Oct. 7 as really." I died police. who died Sunday were

The resolution which notes lights at the railroad cross- 2-Widen State Road 37 from secretary to the Senate's Democratic Prior to Flechtner another man Sunday at Pompano held yesterday morning at the
Beach, where he had made his
"the
city commission of the Ings State Road 33
Creates New on 700 south of Lakeland to Medulla. majority, cited constitutional -prospective candidate was excused -I home for several home. The Rev. Walter Knauff
of
city Bartow recognizes III and State Road 60. years.Mr
on
grounds including the when he said he Is officiated and burial in the
3-To widen and Improve opposed was
bias in favor of the Bartow I Ellis Joined the Lakeland
Dundee Kathleen Road from Its inter. Fifth Amendment for his refusal to capital punishment. Carpenter Home Cemetery.
Cyprus IssueTurkish Municipal Airport" also I police department in 1945 ana
states that the commission"Is I Construct connecting change with Interstate 4 southto to answer Jury Selection Forecast was promoted to the rank ol Pallbearers were Ludvig Johnson

mindful of the primary link from Alternate 27 to U.S. Fifth Street, widen and He also hit at the Senate I I desk sergeant IP 1950 Poor Carl P. Nelson Carl Rock-
Cypriots would be welcome objective of the Polk Junior 27, giving Dundee residentsa improve Omohundro Avenue Rules Committee's probe as a Principals In the courtroom health forced his resignationFrom berg Charles James, Clifford

to join the force if they College Program and hope. second exit from the city. from Fifth Street at the Kathleen "legal jungle" and an unlawful agree generally that a Jury the department In 1952. He Steer and A. B. Patterson. Vo
swear allegiance to the Makarios be complete by the end of
trial. may selections
ful that those who differ in 2-Extend Fredericks Road southerly under the 'legislative later joined a produce company were presented by
government and promise to opinion concerning the selection from city limits to Ave.flue U.S. existing overpass, and to con Myron G. Ehrlich Miss Ty.ler' -this week or early In the next holding a position in its bookkeeping Mrs. Frank Holm accompaniedby

defend the island's. Independence of the Junior College site 27. struct a new road from the Washington lawyer declined Luther 'E. Dickerson 27, vice department at the time Mrs. C. Marshall Goddard.

and territorial Integrity. may do so with reason and underpass along the east right- In advance of today's president of a chemical firm, of his death. Thornton Memorial Home was

Maj. Gen R M. Carver conv. with grace so that wise deCisions Davenport of-way of the Atlantic Coast public hearing to discuss, whether -and Douglas J. Sowell 33, a He is survived by his widow in charge of arrangements

mander of the British peacekeeping may ultimately be I-Improvement of Mystery Line Railroad to Bay Street. she would be a more Inform- mechanic for an airline, were Mrs. Geraldine Carlton Ellis,

.
made which will Inure to the House Road Harmony Drive. 4-To widen improve and ative witness elected Tuesday as the fourth two sons, Timothy, at home and FRANK E. ANDREWS

Jtr : benefit of the entire program West Boulevard and Olive Hill construct a secondary road He told a reporter "she will and fifth jurors. They joined a G B. Jr., serving with the U.S. AUBURNDALE Funeral

,, f1l Pal". and contribute in full measure Drive. beginning at State Road 600 not object to television cov woman and two men previouslysworn Air Force in Japan; two sisters, services for the Rev. Frank E

"f" to the progress of the 2-Four-lane U.S. 92 to Kis. (Lakeland Memorial Boulevard erage" of her testimony.. In. Mrs R. S. Summerall of Bran Andrews, 68, of Rt. I, Auburn-
force termed Makarios' county." simmee. ) northward along LakeShore Ruby Is accused of murder don and Mrs. A. W. Fisk of dale, who died Sunday will be
order "a very clever document Drive and West Lake Baker balked Tuesday at television -with malice in the death of Lee Chicago: and two brothers held at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon .
." He said It could be interpreted Eagle Lake coverage, and the committee In the Kersey Funeral
Park Drive. Harvey Oswald last Nov. 24. He James Ellis and S. G. Ellis Jr.,

as a move to deprive Here Is How' I-Widen "9 foot road" out 5-To widen. Improve and ordered well the television still and faces a possible sentence of execution both of Bartow. Home Chapel in Auburndale.
as as
The
persons In control of private of Eagle Lake, construct West Lake Parker cameras In the electric chair. Funeral services were tentatively Rev. Foy Johnson Assembly -
armed forces of power or a Drive from El Paseo to Rob- newsreel cameras removed Oswald had been charged with scheduled for 3 o'clock to- of God minister, will officiate -

move to Immobilize the Turk- Tax Cut Bill Fort Meade son Street and thence westerlyto !from the Senate's big caucus the assassination of President morrow afternoon,' 'pendIng the Burial will be In Auburn-

Ish Cypriot police by disarming I-Four.lane U.S. 17 from the Intersection with State room where the hearing was John F. Kennedy In Dallas on arrival of the son from Japan 'dale Memorial Park. Arrangements
held.
everyone. Affects You center of city limits to south Road 33 (Lakeland Hills Boulevard Nov. 22. The services will be held at the are by Kersey Funeral

city limits. The road is already ). I The committee Is investlgat- Examined Kraeer Funeral Home In Pompano Home of Auburndale.

four-laned from north Ing whether Baker was involvedin 80 Beach and burial will also

City EyesRecreation deduction of 10 per cent of city limits to center of town. Mulberry conflict-of-interest business Eighty prospective Jurors be in Pompano Beach. WILUAM P. HANCOCK

gross income up to $1,000 deduction Improve Orange Avenue 1-Repair State Road 37 deals or other improprietieswhile have been examined choosing WINTER HAVEN William

a taxpayer may if from Broadway to city limitsof through the city.Winter employed by the Senate. five.' Payne Hancock, 82, of 31S Avenue

it Is to his advantage, deduct town. Haven The Investigation was ordered Melvin Belli. Ruby's chief defense PAUL A. THOMPSON G, SE, died this morning at

Instead $300 for himself and Improve First Street from after Baker, 35, resigned from counsel says Dallas Funeral services for Paul A. !his home after a long illness.

Site PurchaseThe Frostproof Avenue T, north to AvenueR the $19.600 post after allegations County is biased against Ruby Thompson, of 1503 Hansen St., :He was a native of St. Louis.

1-Widen Alternate 27 from south. he was using his Senate position -and renews his motion again who died Monday will be held'Miss, and came to Winter Haven

city commission on 'Ftlll ,''PaI4;'(J1Hl' 22 feet to about 30 or 35 feet. 2-Four-lane and improve to further his private for- and again to move the trial tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock ; in 139 from Tampa. Mr.
.
Monday will receive a recom 2-Construct an exit from Alternate 17. unes. away from the city. at the Dukea-Steen Funeral Hancock was owner of the Citrus

mendation from the recreation $100 for Sunray Homes ,Subdivision Home. The Rev. Dr. Even A. Growers Oil Co.. which he
each
exemption after
board to purchase the acreage his The present exit comes out on --- Cremer will officiate. Burial will had operated for 15 years.. HeWal'
own, to $1,000.
up
just north of Lake Hunter and Tampa Highway just west of --I be in Memorial Gardens formerly manager of the
There are other I
east of Hartsell Avenue many provisions an overpass. Friends may call from 7 to I Petroleum Corp. of Tampa, and
Joker Marchant, director of In the long bill some o'clock tonight at the funeral for nine years was associatedwith

parks and recreation said today favorable to taxpayers some UNBIASED RECIPE home. the Shell Oil Co.
:
at the weekly meeting of bringing more money into the RENO ur'>-Jim Daley of Reno He was a' Presbyterian and a

department heads that the treasury. Two that will affect a brick contractor won a men's graduate of VPI In Blacksburg.

board believes the land area many taxpayers are: !cooking: contest with a recipe MISS RUTH BRAIDEN Va., graduating with the classof

should be acquired for recrea Deductions for state and for potato chip spinach loaf. Miss Ruth M. Braiden. 53, of 1904.
tional local taxes are somewhat He is survived by his widow
purposes. The the Mo-Trail Trailer Park died
J. Hardm trimmed. Taxpayers may con. contest was sponsored by Mrs. Bessie Adams Hancock
City Attorney yesterday at a Bartow hospital ;
Peterson Jr. said that the tinue to deduct state and local the Potato Chip Institute.POULTRY after an I Illness of severalmonths. :I!one son, William P. Hancock

acreage is owned by Donald Income real estate general She was a native of Hampton, Va; one step-son, Leroy -
-
Coward. sales and gasoline taxes. I & EGGSTAMPA Rochelle 111, and came to T. Hancock. Orlando; one
Peterson said that the city'slease But state and local liquor and sister Mrs. B. D.
Lakeland 15 years ago. For a Morgan
..,
AM> .
-e.* kro I.1.! to
with Coward for the site cigarette taxes, auto tag and ''i.Drr.... ., current ..isa& and prlii pr number of years she was a Roanoke, Va.; and four grand
has expired. and that the drivers license fees and a variety 'ca.era.. M.< In registered nurse with the Kraft children.
of state excise taxes are A W>..Ht e..,.".
indicated that he did Funeral
owner > Leo. 17 0 4IH-4SS, 44% Foods Co. She was a memberof services will be heldin
not wish to lease the tract on no longer deductible.The XKd"m iiH :JTVJo :! St. Joseph's Catholic Church the Ott-Laughlln Chapel Fri
any long-term basis or to sell rules are changed on IIm ? :: :: :% She Is survived her day morning at 10:30 o'clock
by
,. .
parents -
o. at .r'piip.i ,
taxation of stock dividends.The silip 34 .nts
it outright.The 51,0.. In aoml l""allU.., Mr. and Mrs Roscoe V. with the Rev. Dr. Alvin Car-
city attorney said that 4 per cent credit which up Whoir.ir: tarm, pri'r Hra., on 5,..,wsitrt,. 5 lb.,,I.edJ. U Braiden of Lakeland; and two nell pastor of First Baptist
taxpayers now are allowed to : (.4. Or,,. z
Coward has given the city the 4'.5 lb. : Church
hrs 4.4", lbs., 50-01 no., J"2Lakefand brothers Miles of Chicago and officiating Burial will
"first refusal" if the latter subtract directly from taxes no nd.r..,ir.4 lb.rePOrleca.. OS-OS mot,.,OS oth.r. Robert of LaGrange Ill be In Lakeside Memorial Gar
11oo11.
should decide to sell the prop due Is cut to 2 per cent on dr..u pl... I e.nl btilur prlctii 10 dens.
will be read
1964 stock dividends Income Rosary tomorrow I

erty.Marchant did not specify the and eliminated entirely next CATTLE AUCTIONS night at S o'clock at the Gentry-

acreage involved In the rec year. But the amount of dividends Morrison Funeral Home chapel

ommendation of the recreation which may be deducted pr".lIed Jaexnoxvs It mlii-VIWTM ,nrlr.l_... : Funeral services will be held at Dukes Steen
before computing the tax Is Turad, ot Llk'luid U.di"1 Ok.. 9 o'clock Friday morning at St
board. ehobn >nd WM l>r KMclpli >l s
Catholic
The areas was under leaseto doubled, so that the new figure 'inirk.rUor.,u a.MO oonvtnd a.aa WMk Joseph's Church with
burial in Lakeland
Memorial
the municipality. It was Is 1100 for a single person Funeral Home
MST/n'Sr1"' Gardens.
and is used for the parking of $200 for a married cou .. tlo- !

boat trailers, and for various "El, : wl'oswlbllw'Vf.lfn
ple.None 310 Florida
Discussed S.
Needs
recreational purposes. of the new rules applyto .tH.llat: \!! 00.15 Lu.2too Road THORNTON'MEMORIAt I
City Manager Robert V. the personal Income tax returns : I '
Youkey advised Peterson to Americans must file by .isdrl' 5500-3150>nd 123.J 0 Ik colon. Olindrd Ukoload. City Monoior Hobo. V. y......, diKuuoi come ol Lokorand's. road ....tI. ot e ....... HOME, Phone MU 2.3123

be ready to file court proceedings April 15 of this year. These Ja oo- a.00._.lew. CI.._..,o. M 27 71 In., .t ....... yoitordoy I* basin plannlna lor she county' ....t rood budsot.. Th. moor itim e" "j. u. ,,.; 'A"::

\if necessary should returns are on 1963 Income. :.ndlum!.. IIIY on 1aa'i-: : IM IS 00-81 00 the Le..1..4 lilt was the ,..,...4 ...""' -....th .*ory .. nolp roliovo confuted conditions. on Florida i c......,M ',.Jt: "

the commission decide to acquire The tax bill is retroactive to !anal Hrllrn,. H, 00-1. 440-700 COOl lbs IS 0.2150, Aon.... A priority lit ci ell the "oods .. the .tire scanty will W drown for ,........,,** te ..... 'fon'ri ambulance service

the tract. j I Jan. 1, 1964. I I. O-MSO.>r> lmi KMUua..n>' Good 53.OO-0.5O.990-900 l IS, the State lead portn.ont et e heeu4a <. ".m. en March. 1 '.






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By WILLIAM S. STEVENS avoided because of the dangerto ming have been tried, mostly host
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP-A longstanding other wildlife and human with limited success. Pity poor Niagara Fall. It
battle over pigeons amitarllngs Electric wire, gooey chemical The birds fly away, roost elsewhere I must wage war against seagullsas
In communities across that give the bird a hot- and return when the heat well a* pigeon and starlings
New York State has ruffled far foot, stuffed owl and crows, Is off. Meantime the unwillingnew The gulls roost along the
more feathers among the human tacks, roofing nails, wire mesh. host to the birds become railing overlooking the city'i I
population than among the Jagged glass and ash-can drum quite frosty with the former famed cataract attraction. I

birds.The pigeons and starlingsseem I ,

content to roost on build-
Ings (with the Inevitable result), Limited
exist on handouts, tidbits at Pennsylvania Having
lumps and railroad sidings,
PURE SAFETY CUSHION TIRES When the enemy appear., they'

-vacate a less time hospitable at least. locationsfor Success In Anti-Bird Drive !

An Associated Press survey I
revealed that more than a score By CECELIA LYNETT proved a pigeon control act thai droppings.( .
s of urban communities across I PHILADELPHIA (AP) In permits any city to "provide for Everyone doesn't chare the
the state are aware of or doing the cold war era, a hot war Is the destruction or killing of un anti-pigeon philosophy. Thousands
Handsome design, a modern tread, and something about the so-called going on In most cities of Penn owned pigeons .by humane of tons of birdseed are
i j (. 'dirty bird nuisance. sylvania. It's the people vs. the methods" sold every year in Pennsylvania
more strength than ever are new features However the pigeons and pigeons. Or lilt the pigeon v*. Since then the war on pigeons City pigeons get a si/e-
starlings have powerful allies inhumane the people? ha* been stepped up, out two able share.
of this tire. Two plies of double societies and pigeon In 1961, the legislature apaHBMSKaBBSBMBSBVJSfJS&l \- things complicate the problem: Many methods have been
fanciers. a pair of pigeons can produceas tried In Philadelphia for gettingrid
,+ strength nylon give improved impact Estimates on the cost of many as eight offspring in a of pigeons, Including special
cleaning up after pigeons and TodayIn single season. I ly built netting girl pigeon decoy
resistance AND a softer, smoother ride. I II starlings range Into the millionsof Well-meaning city-folks continue ., electrical grid wiring
dollar each year. I' to feed them. I sticky goo to make pigeon
Available with the new narrow whitewall Pigeons raise an average of To most city folks, pigeons,'promenading icky, live falcons,
1 6 to 7 broods of 2 each .
squabs
with their messy ways-are justa and broadcast of tape record
as shown, or in black Tubeless year and can attain a life span History downright nuisance, along ings of distress cries of pigeons.
of 35 years with starlings and English sparrow More recently, Philadelphiatried
or tube-type. BUY NOW AND SAVE J Syracuse, urged by the city'snewspapers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS *. a costly mixture of ethyl

DURING OUR SPRING SALE. a aI aL and residents, recently Today Is Wednesday. Feb. 26, I City health I department'alcohol and a manufactured
1 began a fuU-acale attackon
j the 57th day of 1964 There throughout the state all agree chemical. The birds drank It I
I the problem.The 309 days left in the year. are there it an urgent need for:and became intoxicated. They
J city Impose. a $100 fine Today's highlight in history health reasons also, to reduce passed out, were taken to the
:
on persons convicted of feeding the and the SPCA and to their
On this date in 1951 the 22nd pigeon population: sent permanent
1 pigeons sets traps on which public have property.snared It Amendment to the Constitution hazard of Infection from their 1 roosting grounds.Let's .

: SIZE BLACKWALL TUBELESS WHITEWALL TUBELESS about 2,000 pigeons and 10,000 became effective with ratification .
starlings. by Nevada. It made two
Fort Edward, near Glens elective term the limit for the
ht TIRE 2nd TIRE YOU SAVE ht TIRE 2nd TIRE YOU SAVE
" Falls, took more drastic action. presidency and barred more 1 Play BridgeBy I IMost

600x13 IS.15 9,99 -8,16: ; 2CSO999 11.S1 armed The village with I 1 shotguns permitted to blast men than serving a single more election than two to years anyone of

650xT3f9:25 9cj9:26: : -9:99-11-.11 away at the huge flocks of another's On this elective term. ALAN TRUSCOTT
pigeons attracted by grainload.ing date
OxI421S0--9:9911.S1: 26.15--9:99-1616 operations About 3,000 In 1815, Napoleon escaped players are so well announce a five-card suit and
-S00X14- 2.959.991496: 29:959919:9r: pigeons were killed. The re- from the Island of Elba to schooled In the standard procedure declarer could probably plan the
mainder apparently dispersedto which he had been exiled in for opening leads that play to prevent you from gainIng
-s5oXi4 27:359.9917:36 3fS599 22:8r670xT52Tso99911 : nearby areas, including Glens 1814. they rarely consider the poss the lead.
, : 26:1'5--9-:99-16:16: Falls. thus straining community In 1848, famed Western frontier bility of an unorthodox opening, The deuce would be an Improvement -
"1 relations. scout "Buffalo Bill" was Usually the danger of mislead- and the lead of the
I -7YOxI5--24.95--9:99--f4-9-6- 29.95 1,99 19,96' Disagreement is rife concernIng :born. Buffalo Bill, named William ing one' partner i I. too great. eight might work even better.It .
the "pigeon problem." Frederick Cody, was bornin Sometimes, however, It will not would simulate a "top-of-
ti 760xf52735 -9.99- 17:3632S5: 9:9'9i286: Health department In several Scott County, Iowa matter if he Is misled. nothing" lead, and declarer
cities have declared the pigeon In 1848, the French Republicwas If the evidence indicate that might not find out until too late
a health menace. On the.other I proclaimed from the steps the leader's partner hIS a vir which defender has the heart1
t All Tins Plus Ten I"< lichens I Iclean of the Paris
City Hall
hand, the birds are given a tually worthless hand he is not length.
bill of health in other urban In 1918, the Germans bombedthe likely to have
any significantpart A
i' Comparable Savings on All Tires in Stock areas. I seaport of Venice, Italy. to play, and thus what he Leading Trump '
Schemes to eliminate or dis- Ten years ago ... A Western think I Is of little Importance. Many opportunities for deception -
courage pigeons and starlings Airlines Convair crashed near The ideal situation for a de. occur when leading a
diverse. I Newcastle, Wyo., killing nine ceptive lead Is when holding trump: The leader' partner
,. -. Hunter armed with shotguns I persons And four men useful values against a slam seldom has any significant de-
are utilized. Traps are set.I I aboard were killed when an Air or when holding an opening bid cision to make in the trump suit.
r7 T Front wheel alignment These methods guarantee the I Force C119 hit a flagpole on against an opposing game. The lead of the jack from Q-I _
birds won't return. Poison is 4 Carroll County Courthouse in Suppose an opening bid of one doubleton Is an obvious exam. "
for safety and I Huntington, Tenn no-trump i I. raised to three no-I pie. More subtle I.I the lead of
economy Five years ago ... A five.man trump and you have to lead the 9 from 10.9.2, hoping for
j I HEMORRHOIDSFissures I party from a U.S. radar picket with the following hand: the following type of situation:
!ship boarded a Soviet fishing AQIJSII2
Fistulas and "trawler off Newfoundland where v NORTH
other Rectal Disease Four I American Telephone and AJSAKJ4 *...41
only $695 successfully treated by Telegraph Company cables had WEST EAST
NON-SURGICAL been broken; the Navy crew reported Tills hand may be sufficient A 1012
i method. ; no evidence of any intent ,to defeat the contract without .4K5
other than fishing. I help from your partner, but the SOUTH
NO LOSS OF TIME One year ago ... The United declarer can probably deal A AQS7I
p' Don't risk uneven, costly tire wear. Uneven DR. EARLE RABB Nations ordered its top Middle ,with the situation if he knows If left to himself the. declarerIs
treads not only shorten tire life,but make driving East: negotiator Dr. Ralph I IlJunche he danger It would therefore likely to decide to play East
CLINIC- N.D. to Yemen to head off I II >e foolish to make the orthodox for a doubleton king and make
1 *" Our front wheel alignment service includes all the
dangerous. tricks. But if West leads
Arab world
Hi. er S 2M winter NIVM new crisis provoked 1 lead of the heart three and fol-
? correcting caster, camber, toe-in and toe. i by the Yemen Civil War I low with the deuce. This would the nine South may cover, in
'-- East to hold
IallIl ------- ---- my expecting
11 +, out, plus a complete safety-check of the entire 1-- K-l0-x. In this case a second
steering system. Stop In soon for this low-cost 1I finesse would lucceed. Notice
l service. The longer you drive "out of line," the I SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5:30 P.M., that If the opening lead I I. In
___J trouble have later! FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND another suit, West should till
more you'll t play the ten on nine when South
finesses( his queen. South couldbe
tempted to lead the jack
I from dummy later.
>e es NORTHAQS


SEATBELT I V. Q75AK10I3

S12
WEST EAST
tfq AAJI42 A 10187
101 v KMJI

1 1SP II AAJ74+ .A8I Q72

SOUTH (D)
A KJAJIS2

I V. 854A KQ10

Neither tide was vulnerable.
The bidding:
Ss South West North East
Eel AL r e lv 311 2. 2.

*Get a pair of these today and Pass Pas 2 v Pats
4 v Pass Pas Pass ,
really save and be safe! Belts exceed I West led the heart nine.

95 government specifications The deal shown today is a I/
S i slight variation of the same
ONLY 5 loop strength. Includes installation. coup, played at rubber South
s ..ra had no reason to bid four hearts
eachNEW I r as his opening bid was a mini.
mum and his spade king was
likely to be useless He succumbed
to the common temptation to
TERRY CLOTH SEAT COVERSLow bid one more for game, and
the result was an inferior contract -

cost protection for your upholstery. .
Nevertheless, he might have

Washable, long-weorin9 terry cloth ?r. .trr' ', made his game against a routine -
defense If West had led
1 Rat with plastic trim (not shown). S 95 ;3 ; d tI the spade ace, for example
5 I South would have unblocked the
Ride In cool comfort.
Installed king and won the spade con
Choice of Colors tinuation In dummy. A low
I "Sophisticated and Humorous" heart finessing the Jack would
then have left South with a
PRICES GOOD THRU WED., MON. MARCH 2 I by Bcnc/iom Reaur/int guess In the trump suit, and he
could have made the contractby
3.00 leading the heart queen from
USE YOUR PURE CREDIT CARD i dummy later
PURE UP TO 12 MOS. TO PAYPURE i Everyone both young end old will greet with high prois the delightful The actual lead of the nine
collection of humorous poetry by well known Lakeland resident Mr. Beach
South two chances to
Top Value em Beauchat Hu" poetry mirrors hit scholarly-humorous philosophy of life. gave go
A book you will thoroughly en0y| eMass' wrong. He avoided the obvious
Stamp .1 trap of covering the nine with
Books dummy' queen playing East
for K-10-x He knew that West
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PHONI LAKELAND MU 6-1161 OR MAIL THIS COUPON TOt was a cunning player who might
i 1 1TopY.lu "JANI LEI" have led the email card from a
v I MAAS MOTHERS doubleton nine, so he allowedthe
24 HOURS LAKELAND, FLORIDA first trick to run to his jack.

NAME . . . . . . . ... . ... . But he still had to decide

OIL Service City ADDRESS . . . . . . .. .. ... ... .. .. . which defender held three cards,
CASH . CHARGE . . . and after some thought he laid
STAMP'4Iifl If rural address, pleas give delivery 'Inttructloni. down the ace, playing West for
SOUTK FlpRIDA AND CRESAr'/McDONALD STRHT, PHONI MU 2-7151 Dote 2/26 Dept. No. 140 an original lead from ID-9-x.
Pleas send me Sophisticated and Humorous" (B $3.00 each, East therefore made a trump
Total trick with the help of his partner .
,, and South had to lose a
OIL Service Plaza FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS'CHill--- trick In each suit and go down
I one. It I I. seldom that the playof
a single suit produce such
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Weati b ,T .rFrc>m' "r..fJ)1J ill) ,Mh 'tu'eJ1JlJV Today In Washington


< ar :< ; t ttr M 'tdJJP S' Rusk Criticizes Nations Trading With CubaWASHINGTON I


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(AP) In the tire free world" as It did In the the hearing will be hit bill to ROWANi The Senate has con ning reporter the Minneapolis
Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation news from Washington: missile crisis of 1962. require states to make the district firmed Carl T. Rowan at director Tribune and author of several
Rusk addressed a world affair a reasonably as book, will be the first Negro
*
Station II. L. Charleston .......... CUBAN TRADEr Secretary of compact of the U.S. Information I
52 31 Mpls-St Paul ....... 27 ot
conference held by the In- possible with a population variation to alt in regularly on seasons
Miami .............. (1
(4 Chicago ............. ,
U :11: State Dean Rusk declared Tuesday AgencyRowan.
Jacksonville ........ 71: 45 New Orleans ........ 55 :IS ternational Union of Electrical of not more than,. 15 per of the Cabinet and National
Cincinnati6J ..........
54 32 New York .......... 34 ::11 that non-Communist nations Radio and Marine Worker 38, former prize win Security Council.
.., cent.
West ..
....
Key 78
_
Cleveland ........... 40 27 ._. --- _
Omaha .,............ 34 04 ------ ----- --- -
Cuba *
LAKELAND ........ 717J: 47 selling important goods to *
De
Molne .
.. ..... 31 07
Ocala ............... 43 Fall-bank Philadelphia ........ 35 22 are interfering with the besot POVERTY CAMPAIGN Rep.
.
......... 33 11
Pittsburgh .......... 40 32
Orlando ............. 71 sphere' effort to protect luelf Otto Passman President
41! Fort Worth .........65 31 rays
St. ......... .
Louis ... 57 21 SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 5)30 P.M. LAKELAND
) ,
Pensacola .. against Cuban subversion and Johnson' has
.. ...... 54 :M Honolulu ........... 17 70 San Francisco ...... 60Seattle 53 "war on poverty"
Tallahassee ,...... aggression.Other been misunderstood abroad
71
44 Indianapoll ........ 48 25 so
.... .
.... ... 51 38
Tampa ............. 73 boa Juneau ............. 37 3:1: 39! J8 governments should understand that some immigrants In hi* district
W. Palm Beach .... 83 52 Kansas City ........ 44 18 Rusk said, that Cuba are getting "CARE package
Los Angeles .:...... 82 45 BAROMETER itlU has the potential of endangering *" from relative back ;I

Atlanta ............. 43 30 Memphis.........'.. 58 40 7 a.m. JO.09 "the security of the en- home. ,
Boston .............. 30 28 Milwaukee ......,... 34 08 1 p.m. Tuesday 29.11 "It's a real reverse twist",
eels the Louisiana Democrat inan
Snow Cold Interview. "The President's

1 BivMeT esv KrtWleA6F statement that 20 per cent of,
; qi ,r,.ng h as t Hit Areas American are poverty-etrltken
has led tome people abroad to
(lee' t0 laa believe we're all starving to a.esvwa.a
Of Nation death."

Passman said he disagreed'

H By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with the President' whole con
wslr ; Snow and cold hit areas In cept In the campaign against '

the West and Midwest today poverty.
and that left *
a storm center .
41 .M r e vwhhe heavy anow in mountain (action SMOKINGi U.S. Surgeon Gen i I t M I Iz
t of North Carolina moved eral Luther L. Terry lay the ?

\ out to sea.Temperatures. Public Health Service I II "con-
., plunged below vinced that the American people
have been deceived and mil
zero in part of Colorado,
Wyoming and Idaho while a led by cigarette advertising -
their health has been
pocket of arctic air dropped the and "
mercury below zero In scattered harmed a* a consequence I
irnu. declared in a National
t sections of the northern Midwest Terry I
bq-
Press Club address Tuesday, 1e
%Matg .1lwndaT. ee+ntMtr '1 that the health service Intendsto
In Wyoming, it was 18 below
Miw t. j proposed actions by
Pl.Mree nnr i v.p.r.twu .ap.'AN d zero in Evanston and14 In the support Federal Trade Commission

1rat.s4 ,.......e w. Wt....-t .w1a 'af ........ Laramle. Ten below zero was to put curbs on cigarette advertising -
reported In Eagle, Colo, Inter- -of the
In the light reportby .
national Falls, Minn., and Minot general' advisory .,\
S..tttrt4 .*.. flurrltl ire '...C... W..4n....., nigh for prH.ni .f Me .. .rt i.m end eesh.lAFplachl.es and Grand Forks N.D. It was the surgeon that concluded .. ,
committee
t*.t ,...r Gr.t L.... "| .., the PM' IU..I"I"l ..1"! ?, ,h. ..rrti... cut. ........ 11 below In Marquette, Mich. smoking It 1 a health
Plies and. S**** .' the t.ntrcl ,........ S.m. rain it fntltl' Hr tfct wad Owl.t sad. the Readings In Teen cigarette hazard. d 1' I its I

Mutk.ru Plilni. 't.lII.. c.ld.r .... the Mittm titlf .f the ..u..'" .*.t ..//I...? ..., the welter* ;* *
half .f the ...ti.*. UP WI..,.... *U,> Temperatures were In the REDISTRICTING The HouseJudiciary r{
teen and 20s In much of the
Committee launches
northern half of the nation. They
Weafficrcost March 18 on proposals
A ranged to the SOs in Florida and hearings 41. '
districts
r+.r.. along the Mexican border. making congressional Gw
Skies will be partly cloudy uniform In population.
2' B Light snow which fell In partsof more
and will be cool Emanuel Celler, D- ,
temperatures Iowa and Chairman ,
Missouri, Illinois, lu
tonight, but tomorrow will be Indiana headed eastward behind N_Y.,.said_Tuesday the basis_ _of sail
warmer, weathermen said to- : extended from
C a cold front that
FLORIDA ZONE FORECASTA the Ohio Valley
Quebec through
Light variable winds will blow! =; also slicked highways SINUS SUFFERERS .
: Becoming mostly cloudy \ Light snow
at lets than 5 miles an hour tonight
tonight and Thursday with occasional from the southern Colorado TRY ouR pitrrfiaftfour
becoming easterly at 10 rain likely Thursday. mountain Into part of Arizona SUPER COLD CAPSULES
to 15 miles an hour tomorrow. -b\ Mexico. Frliffdtrc appliance now lit lift fit-
Continued rather cold. Low tonight ; and New
The humidity will be moderate 40 to 46. : O With g is' redi..t. bright color at no extra ..o.d
during the day, high at night. FIXED T. trine Fed Relict > .
B-C-D: Partly cloudy through SATELLITE VEHICLE
.
The maximum temperature N* Stomach Up***
Thursday. Low tonight in the POINT ARGUELLO, Calif.
here 73 ,
yesterday was degrees
the minimum this morning was forties. I (AP-A satellite vehicle em 12 Capsules 98c Frigidaire frostproofrefrigeratorfreezer

47 degrees, and a trace of rain E-F-G1: Partly cloudy through J ploying an Atlas-Agena rocket
'. fell at the city hall weather sta-Thursday. Low tonight 45 to 53. H combination was launched Tues FLORIDA PHARMACY
tion. Northwesterly winds 5 to IS day by the Air Force from Point tit N. M.... Av..
miles per hour, becoming south Arguello. No other details were Uk.l.nd, Fl.. .
RIFFRAFF easterly on Thursday.HI -rr released. $347YOUR I
.
.. .
The "rift.nif" for -- -- --- <.
expression 1: Partly cloudy through 1a1M'O
;jI people of low means comes Thursday Low tonight in the -, CHOICI OF COLOR OR WHITI

from old Swedish and French. fifties.
It literally means trash that Is Jt I Partly cloudy through K: Particloudy through o t Hear Sam Todd Frost-proof you never defrost refrigerator or

swept away. Thursday Low tonight 55 to bO 'rhursday. Low tonight 60 to 65. lnt.r*.H.ft.llr K....." .....,.Uat freezer sections *

e Freezer section holds 1 100-pounds of frozen foods
Johnson Shuffles Preaching' NIghriy Th.t
ManpowerIn Two large vegetable hydrators hold over 23 quarts of
"CHRIST IS THE ANSWER"Suppor' vegetables


Search Of Better Policies his gnat a Your choice of white, pink, turquoise, yellow or copper


I Ma**' Appliance
By JAMES MARLOW >,ment announced all matters In- and buses to Castro and he said CRUSADE FOR CHRIST

Associated Press News Analyst volving Viet Nam would be "there will be no retreat from
WASHINGTON (AP) President placed under William H. Sulli--our policy toward Cuba" so long MAYHALL AUDITORIUM NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE UP TO TWO YEARS TO PAY

Johnson, In search of better van, acting as special assistantto as it la a threat. I u.rn e. 5.s, s./1 p..',
if not new ways to handle Secretary of State Dean This, like Hilsman's speech on Services nightly 7:30 r.n.a.nl au.Mrlun

trouble spots like Latin America Rusk. China, wasn't new, either. I
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and Viet Nam. just moves one New Committee PlannedIn
man In on another without waitIng .I
for resignations. addition Sullivan will head

But Fidel Castro's Cuba still a new committee to examine
seems to baffle him. u it did and pull together American polIcy -
President John F. Kennedy.He In Viet Nam. The committee
was President less than a includes senior officers from the

month when he decided to Improve -State and Defense departmentsand
on the Latin-American other agencies. I

policies he inherited from Ken Tuesday, one day after the I

nedy. Having decided, he announcement about Sullivan. ."
moved suddenly. Hilsman, a key official in the I PROGRESS FOR YOU !

Mann ElevatedHe past in developing U.S. policies I
on Viet Nam, resigned.
lifted Thomas C. Mann Hilsman said his resignation

51-year-old Texan, from his job was "not related to policy is.uel" -
as ambassador to Mexico and and the White House said
put him In charge of all Latin- he wanted to return to teaching.
American affairs with the title But there is no indication

of assistant secretary of state Johnson Is going to do anythingnew Save and grow with
and White House adviser. about Fidel Castro's Cubaor
Mann thus replaced Edwin M. that there is anything new he
Martin who thereupon took a Rusk
can do. Tuesday night
II
few months off before becoming made speech First Federal during this
in Latin Amer
}\ an ambassador He spoke almost mournfullyof
I ica. the fact that the British and
I So far there has been no French persist. In selling trucks

noticeable Latin-American change in policy this country's but- 30th Anniversary Year

meanwhile the Panamanians Haven Negro .

rioted against Americans In the I

Panama Canal Zone, causing Charged With and in the years ahead.
new trouble.In I .
South Viet Nam, which this
country has backed for eight' Stealing Auto '
years against the Communist A p A It's a progress decision !

guerrillas of North Viet Nam, WINTER HAVEN-A 19.year-

the situation seems to be going,old Winter Haven Negro was,
from bad to worse. charged with auto theft and,
On Dec. 14, the same day I driving without driver's hcensej .v. s '1 x MI

Johnson elevated Mann, Roger!when city police
of I d U j s
HUsman assistant secretary
early today.
state for Far Eastern affairs Arrested was Alvin Wilson of.

was heard from In a speech 328 Ave R, SW, who was charged :I : rh .r N4 t 1
:1
which got a lot of attention but with stealing an auto belonging i

contained nothing new. to Cornelius Moultsby of

China Topic 1601 3rd St., SE. I.
A Juvenile said to have been %
Although Hilaman'e province 4
with Wilson when the car was
Included Viet Nam, that day he
stolen was also taken into custody -
talked of Red China. He said the
offlcera said.
United States thought Its policyof MR, par annum currant dlvlden.compoUftd.d .

"strength and firmness" FLORIDA S DAY FORECAST PROGRESS quarterly
would produce changes in
Temperatures will average
China now full of hostility.
three to five degrees below normal
Shortly afterwards came a during the five-day period,,
change, but not In Red China. and
starting at 7 p.m. tonight ,
There was another coup in lending at 7 p.m. Monday. The I
South Viet Nam another change normal dally highs and lows SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
in government, and the Increasingly ,range from 68 to 48 at Tallahaaaee FIRST FEDERAL
confident Red guerrillas', ; 74 to 51 at Tampa; and''
began assassinating Americans 78 to 60 at Miami. The forecast OF LAKELAND
in Saigon. 'calta for a warming trend to
This more than anything start early in the five-day period \
brought home to Americans theerealization with colder weather expected by .DOWNTOWN: Orange Street at Tennessee GROVE PARK: Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook
that despite all the tho weekend. Rainfall will oc I i
U.S. aid to South Viet Nam it
cur mainly on Friday with averages .
was the other side that was mak- less than one-half Inch

ing progress. Johnson ls very in the extreme southern portion
sensitive to public reaction. to one inch or more In the extreme
This! week the State Depart-' north. I b i






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le LAKELAND LEDGER Wednesday, Feb 2(, 1961 Miss Mason,




Spring Fashions Softer And Her Be FianceTo Feted





and Miss her Mary fiance,Louise Owen Mason 0 01-

Than In The Past
; Shapelier
len will dinner be honored tomorrow at a rehearsal by


her parents, Mr and Mrs
,: NEW YORK The dress more enterprising blouses that meal l beige; black and whitein est, exaggerated and droopy I ,
look for spring Is shaped, make much of pleating, blous- houndttooth checks: or glen collars; textures. There is George L Mason, at pm.at .

softened and clinging generally one,collars: and cuffs plaids; strong pinks, new look layering (even In swimsuits), their home, 1815 Camphor

with an Impudent mood Texture Is still the magic of wisteria and tossing together of colors: Drive.

for evening Two Important word with mohair either aloneor Sportswear Is Softer and patterns with seeming Dinner will be served buffet

Incoming silhouette: Btas-cut mixed with wool creating: The sportswear look Is goIng abandon, but It takes real and
with yellow
a
blouson nearly covering: a the surface Interest. Many soft after the aportive know-how to add up properly. style

belted waistline, cowl: neck. chunky looking tweeds mix binge. From town separatesto There are no drastic changesIn : bronze color: theme used. The

K x Announcing line, skirt softened with pleats; many fibers with a bulky look playwear, the silhouette la shape moving closer buffet table will be centered

Princess-derived seams on the and a light hand. Very new: feminine, very pretty, lady to the body but not fitted. with an arrangement of
The Flrsf curve and the slant. Irregularbias Hard finished men's, wear like Women's Wear Daily editors Jackets are curved and
,
pomponsand
gores In the skirt, a scarf worsteds. find that separates are shaped, simple cardigans: and chrysanthemums
!w&W&fc*;!" iS '4&: neckline. Both shapes move COLORS: Oodles of white breaking with the rigid pat blazen. Skirts are cut with snapdragons. Individualbud

mmzx&tt Annual Into summer, where dresses for coats and suits buttonedIn tern of this-must-go-with-that. walking ease; blouses are vases will grace the other

will be eased.In brass or braided with red The individual skirt and soft and fluffy. There are tables.

analyzing spring fashion and blue; bright navy! much blouse ensemble Is returningtuck plenty of pants straight and Guests expected to attend

trends, the fashion editors of green of the vivid acid va- In, easy and bloused relaxed. Shifts and jumpers besides the honored couple: are

PROGRESS Women's Wear Daily find that riety or mixed with blue; oat There Is lots of sleeve Inter. continue: with more shape Mr. and Mrs George Schenck

the big talk In spring coats Is Beachwear is the prettiest in of Indian Rocks Beach, Mr.

shape without fit a gentle I + 't year -relaxed, bare and indelicate and Mrs. Frank McCord of St.

curve: constructed with a mini fabrics. Mr and Mrs. J.
Petersburg,
( :.., EDITION mum of seems Including rye I I"f Millinery Is Relaxed E. DeReus, Mr. and Mrs
those with just the illusion of Hats this spring look as If James Campbell, Miss Mlche-
front fit and really swinging they were made to go with
I C And the mood Is lone Fenchel, Mrs Mayo Fen- .)
backs. clothes so
To Be Published The chel Miss Margaret Springer,
By 4' soft, the spirit young, lines uncluttered I'
Suit Jacket {
j Longer of San Francisco
Fred Olsen I

iiJ! !?; j LAKELAND( LEDGER Suits shape.are true Backs to :this "jn.out" are- $, e? YM; lash.sow "a !t en's and easy Wear-,everything Dally according to relaxed Wom George Sherry Mason.Anne Mason and r

with r
straight, no swing. The
Brims are the best ,
real suit news Is length. Longer -
,,;;,; Saturday, March 28th Jackets turn Into baby ov mobile with flip-up action PTA MeetingsAre
(newest In the thirties manner .
I '{ >" IT'S TIME WE TOLD conventional ercoats. But suits even add the jacket more ), snappy with sweeps and ScheduledLakeland

t"'r length. The word Is slim for swoops dashed forward

i THE WORLD ABOUT skirts and pleated for the wt A 1r rolled at every turn Junior High School

I suddenlynew-again, Women's +tA ibGe ;o 1, IJ cushioned: and thick at the Parent Teacher Association

Wear Daily"eals: ) It the Living edges to give even sailors a will meet tomorrow at 7:30:

Skirt. And again trouser more supple stance. p,m. In the school auditorium.This .
POLK COUNTY'SDECISION pleats, gathered waistbands r r Crowns come: down-some a will be the second In a

and A lines and a few side- ( little, some a lot all to the aeries of "miniature back to

wrap skirts take their placeIn TiA' r flattery of feminine heads school nights" with parenti

1k1I. the spring skirt movement. 1 1K 1f 1x 1x Shapes are pure and pretty- visiting their children's: Eng-

TO You can't talk about suits attuned to the fluid beat of lish, history and elective

and spring without mention- spring suits, coats: and dresses classrooms

the enduring of -from tiny tam to shadow driver educa-
Ing name A program on
Chanel. Her look Is brim a minimum of fuss,
GO AHEAD spring, cation: will be presented by
with the biggest emphasis on fewer extremes and even Sgt. D. R. Jansen, safety edu
," One Is the much those not outlandish.
two styles. cation director of Florida

: 1' braid. bound tweed cardigan Highway Patrol, and David F.
d; Send Copies/ of The
plus color. The other Is the
I Xi Gamma Rhos Lofgren, coordinator: of health,
.
DECADE FOR DECISION double breasted blazer, with physical education and driver

the notched lapels. "t f* Myxe To Meet At education for Polk County
v,r." Progr'I' Edition/
f Open jacket suits have suddenly Schools.

To Your Friends.Let's / opened up a new fash- ; Charm School A nominating committeewill :
Ion area. Jackets, without but- elected.
be
"Brag-A-Lirtle" About Polk.r tons and a minimum of details
Members
of XI
Gamma Rho Lost and found articles will
are of the boxy-cardigan Exemplar chapter: of Beta be on display In the hallway
variety usually with a great Sigma Phi sorority will meet WEBSTER AVENUE
EACH blouse them off.
looking to set
4' tonight at J o'clock: at Philip's Miss Gloria Maurer's fourth
COPY Ribbed fabrics and stripes do ( W Naphrnr irq Charm School, 225 S. Florida grade students will present a
well here since they underlinethe
F Ave. Founders' Day program at
$; ENCLOSED of It all.
simplicity
F Mall or Bring This/ Coupon To Mrs A. C. Glaser, president' the Webster Avenue Parent-
"': 1 IN A Capes Star SPRING AND CIIANEL-STYLE SUITS are perennially will conduct a business see.alon Teacher: Association meeting

J This Is the season for capes linked followed by a talk by tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. in the
r THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER I on the fashion scene and spring 1964 la no exception.
and canelets.: The full length Philip Goldstone. He will school auditorium.
Designed by Frank Smith for Evan-Picone, this lush straw
capes are under careful con.trol demonstrate hair styling and Mrs R, Baker, hospitality
,, P. O. BOX 408 berry souffle raffia suit is banded In matching braid, buttonedin
I with a narrow arching: the use and application of chairman: will serve refresh-
Corner of Missouri/ Lime through the shoulder lines anda gold and .worn over a paler pink blouson. The Jewelry cosmetics.:
Lolcelond, Florida is by Roger .. n.sthe hairstyle by House of Revlon.
25'EACH. minimum of swing. Cape- _. Guests expected: are Mrs.
-
Enclose 2Sc each for lets are a strong part of the William Thornton, Miss Bobbie I ments.WAVERLY
tingle
suit picture, usually turning Lakeland/ BPWC To ObserveIts Jean Wood and Mrs John S. I r I |
copies or $1.00 for S copies. Into a costume with a coordinated J J Skinner |

OR blouse. And there are Refreshments will be served WAVERLY Visiting Mr.
MAILED FREE also many capelet coats, with Anniversary At MeetLakeland by Mrs D. A. Troiano. and Mrs. Clayton Taylor and

Anywhere In the U. S. or Canada the cape developing from daughter- Betty Sue, were Mr
%, back Into sleeve. and Mrs. Tom Piper, Julie and
Business and Professional Mrs. Eva Miller and Mrs.
Costumes this spring are Religious GroupsMeeting Mike, of Orlando and his uncle
*l am enclosing $ . . 5 bigger and better than ever. Women's Club will Margaret Haberkorn. I Bob
Mrs
Please Moil the Decode for Decision/ meet tomorrow at 6 p,m. at Decorations will be In a and aunt Mr. and
The coat a la Chanel with
Duffie of Blue Hill, Maine.
Progress Edition To the Crest Restaurant. Theclub's birthday theme and preparedby CalendarTODAY
silk facing and skirt and
anniversary will be Mrs. Sue Baughman and Mr and Mrs Troy Burnettof
blouse to match Is very popular. observed. Mrs Lena Chauvm. Terre Haute Ind, visited
} FOR Women's Wear Daily APOSTOLIC aisle SCNOOL, 1321 with Mrs. Clara Burnett and
'tr notes And In three piece From 6 to 8:30: the usual Mrs. Evelyn Barr.Brown, J, Mrmorml. Blvd. Dl.h cl Ihm l .t
NAMIV' here
son, Rickey, as they were
i suits, the favorite third piece time of the meeting, there civic: participation committee iA"TN: tUTMlKAN.L.nt.. ....1... en route to Miami.

:Is still pretty much a ahell will be an Informal gathering chairman, is in charge of the 11u near om. "IIS"TI".N. n ,tari Mr. and Mrs. Orbie Brownof

ADDRESS blouse and coordinating lining. around a punch bowl and appetizer program. She will present Blab)ST l clM PAUL'* ( 7 LUTMIRAN 30 p m tn, chip L,nUMrvlc. ?)> Minneola visited here with

!: $1 However, there are many I..; trays, hostessed by. Mrs Mollie Teagle, who will ., 7:10 THUnOAY:' pmCHUitT Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Rent and
be in charge of group singing, IUTMIIIAM, Don BeautvWi Churchwell.
?; ,fy,' CITY STAn I J"" B1*"* ':30 p"' *' Mrs Carrie Lou
S . . . ,Haven Pilot Club as well as be In. charge of CHRllT: LUTMIHAN. L ntn .er.-
.. sakeep Returned Home
seating arrangements.Mrs. ., .
: jrni 1'30 pm l MarUt Lht'Lnd

[j, j MAILEDFREE I you pretty Establishes New Barr-Brown will be ..nearear.nthrr P"I."I".N.....hool pater'., The Rev. and Mrs Nevl
/ moderator of skit entitled
NAMI a .jo'VInr ?
j IaMT: r""o jnrlJr, Townsend and sons, Kenny,
while "
yoe Scholarship Fund "Roiking Chair Row, which
OH II 1ST IUTH.HAH. WillhrrLr.iu. Terry and Gary have left for
will be presented by Miss Lu- iecUl .l IMCC pert ill 1,3d
ADDRESS Wait,., 'in their home In Cave City, Ky.,
WINTER HAVEN A cile Thomas Mrs Estelle FAITH> POOL, CHRISTIAN, I' OonixtlBu.lniiu rips after a visit here with her
$1,000 memorial scholarship, Smith, Mrs Millicent Tripp, mi"tln rnmmnrd, rfill. .
M n,11.1 mr>ttni mother, Mrs. Jancie Hartley;
Anywhere .. .,.
nt DrU' 'd Cllturl. In
CITY STATI made available through the Mrs Darlene Thompson, Mrs F.turtbun. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newell and

. . . In the will of the late Mrs Florence Vondelle McMahon and Mrs. sons in Lake Wales; and with
Heimerdinger, is being established Dorothy Wintermute. tBiJdltL his parents, the Rev. and Mrs.

'U.S. by the Winter Haven Guests of the club will be D. D. Townsend of Highland

NAM Pilot Club. The fund will aid several of the women recent. LAKELAND GENERAL City.

students as a loan to attend ly honored as "Women ofAchievement" HOSPITAL Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
or the Polk County Junior College Cecil Mcintire and C. J.
7 : ADDRESS : by the club: Mr and Mrs. Frank W. son, ,
when it opens in Sep Mrs. Blanche Work, super were their daughter and grandson
Cooper, 609 W. Hancock: ,
Canada
,tember. visor of for Polk Mrs Jackie Christopherand
registration
Feb 21.
,
daughter
vr' CITY F mui 1..114 N....... Mrs. Heimerdmger a for Gene of Merritt Is
,, ? STATI County; Mrs. Aileen Harri- Mr and Mrs Herbert E. Roy
. . . I Phil Jacobs! J..II.tte mer resident, was a charter son, vice president of Florida Gilbert, 2815 Dixie Drive land.
ORDER T.III l Lynn M.ltl.",..... member of the Winter Haven National Bank at Lakeland; daughter, Feb. 21. L. C. Stanland is recuperating
Pilot Club and of
an employe Miss Elsie Parker, director of Mr and Mrs. James E. at home after a month'sstay
b NAME Corn pl.t. SdlcHon ..fa.thlll' the Wnter: Haven Hospital. Rose Keller division of Chil- Palmer, 2401 Circle Drive, at Winter Haven Hospi
YOURS : S.in i iOnly Mrs J. H. Whitney, chair.. tal.
dren's Home of Flor.
1t Society twin son and daughter, Feb.
I the look Ji man of the Pilot Club'a
ADDRESS Expensive ida; and Mrs. Norma War. 21 Madison Johnson Is home
}t NOW! Scholarship Committee presented from Lakeland General Hospital
i ren, guidance counselor at Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bar.
F.N.B. 30-Day (h.. r.B.M.RUBY'S the Initial $1,000 check .
Lakeland High School. Each nard 948 N.
Kentucky, son,
for the fund to Dr. Frederick
CITY O Waverly residents who are
STATE will be presented with a Feb. 21.
corsage -
. . . Len'estey, president of the and will receive the Mr and Mrs. William C. hospital patients are Tullls

fie ...xh+N Junior College club's: recognition for her Folsom 3025 Woodland Hills, Holland and Michelle Duna-
TOT & TEEN SHOP Students may Inquire about chosen Feb. 21. way, daughter of Mr and
career.: son
NAM. SOUTHGATI the fund by contacting either Mr. and Mrs Francis Krist, Mrs A. C. Dunaway, at Winter
Open Until 9 fM. 'Men.fnr the college: president or the 2916 Pinedale son Feb. 21. Haven General; Tommy

ADDRESS S.,. county: board of public in Pensacola Couple Mr. and Mrs. Jan Miller, Ward, Lake Wales Hospital;
struction.
and Woodrow Coleman at Bay
3114 E, Henderson, son, Feb.
21. Pines, St. Petersburg. John J,

CITY STATE I, Married Friday Mr, and Mrs. John L. Se- Henry Is home from Lake

bright Route 3, son, Feb. 21. Wales Hospital.
jEShdP II I PENSACOLA Miss Rita Mr and Mrs Larry D Clements Norman Stanland and son,

Dale Rutland became the Davenport, daughter, Mickey; Edwin Johnson and
bride of Geoffrey C. Fox Friday Feb. 22. son, Glenn, and Rex Batchelor -

morning at the chapel of Mr. and Mrs. N. F Smith, and son, Louis, attendedthe

FINAL CLEARANCEAll Ell>son Navy Field. Chaplain Route 4, daughter, Feb. 22. car races In Daytona

Raymond C. Swerenga; of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Beach.

ficiated. Nutt Dade City, daughter, Funeral
The bride Is the daughterof Feb. 22.
FallDRESSES Mr and Mrs. Bryon Sherryof
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Drig-
Rutland of Pensacola and the Bloomington, III. and Mr.
2438 W. Cannon
,
1n gers son, and Mrs. Clayton Sherry and
granddaughter of Mr. and Feb. 22.

BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED Mrs. L. J. Mouery of Winter Mr. and Mrs. Billy B. Hay. have family left of Fort Lauderdale,
for their homes, hayIng
Haven Parents of the bridegroom good, Route 5, daughter, Feb.
IN THIS been called due
to Waverly
GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE are Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey .
22.Mr. to the death of
and
F. Fox of Farmington, and Mrs. Charles Walls, Bryon
EDITION THAT WILL TELL Clayton's mother Mrs Pearl
Mich. Lithia, daughter, Feb. 22.
THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY $598 & $798No Mrs. Fox Is employed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc. services Sherry on were Feb.held 14.at Funeral Waverly

McCrory Corp. Her husband Griff, Route 4, daughter, Feb. First Baptist Church with
IN WORDS
Is stationed at Ellyaon Field
22.Mr. the
Rev. Bill Webb officiating.
with the U.S. Navy. and Mrs. Willis L. Car.
PICTURES and RefundsAll Burial at Lake Wales
ADVERTISING! Exchanges or was
ter Jr. 1103 N. Webster Ave.,
Soles FinalRACY'S- daughter Feb. 23. Cemetery.
Hear Mrs. Mavis Beamon and
LPNs To
NOTE: To have your firm representedin ; [ Mr. and Mrs. Elias Gur- eon, David Dwame, of Dade
Dr. William Daly ganious, 940 W. 12th St, son City visited her brother and
Feb. 23.
this issue .
call .
a m: I Licensed Practical Nurses, Mr. and Mrs Roy V. James, family Mr. and Mrs. Charles
R. Miller, and their
Bob Powell at 686.1151 division 11, will meet tomorrow Route 2, daughter, Feb. 24. Mr. and Mrs Charles parents Millerof ,

at 7:11 p.m. at the Polk Mr. and Mrs U C. Watkms,
Babson Park.
209 E. MAIN County Health Center.Dr. Route 3, son, Feb. 24
Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Wilcox
I William M. Daly of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Downtown Lakeland and family of Clearwater
Watson Clinic will speak at Williams, 6028
W. Hilltop, visited Mr and Mrs. C. M.
8. daughter, Feb. 24. Davis and daughter, Candee.



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Wednesday, Feb M, ItM 11

t gJL c &Qlaflct Elks' WivesTo LAKELAND LEDGER,


Be Feted Republican

Eric Murrays Read About
Faraway At A SocialAnna Women MeetScheduled



laces( /In Books Then Visit ThemBy Miller Circle 1291

members and wives of visit WINTER HAVEN-The Hon.
ing Elks will be entertainedat Charles R. Holley of St. Petersburg

LUCIA U a social tomorrow at S minority leader of

MYERS p.... at the Elks Lodge Spring the Florida Legislature will
r rur Mr. and Mrs. Eric Murray books and hair fashions for the "Wigs address members of the Republican

avel are colorfully Interwoven. The scene and Wlglets" ihow will be presented Women's Club tomorrow

their Florida room on West Beacon Road by Philip of Philip's at a 6.30: p.m. dinner

r veral days ago confirmed the pattern. salon and members of his meeting at Morrison's banquet

A well.worn map of the rocky Scottish coast staff. room. Reservations are to

as spread out on the low table alongside the Styles from sub-teen to be made with Mrs. Ward

i eat stack of books from an old shop In Aberen. matron will be from the Hughes
I spring showings of the all Mr Holley Is a candidate for
After lunch Mr Murray had tarried here
1 state eastern region hairstylist the Republican nomination for
returning to his office since his wife had I ,
I e convention held recent. Yal r Win the governor of Florida. The
'reed that they would give an interview for
ly In Jacksonville. Models '. 'e.r group Is making plans to present
1r f column's occasional articles
it on "Booki I
candidatesat
: will be Lakelanders who own all Republican
d Life"On r wigs and are customers of w various meetings of the organization -
I the map she pointed to tiny red letterg Philip. In the future.

r "Standing Stones," near the upper part ol The program will follow a -_

one> hundreds of small rocky Islands known buffet supper, at 6:30 honor COIFFURES /AND NOSES

I the Hebrides. That she said I Is one of the ing new Elks candidates. A t. Your hair style can accentuateor

r tractions on which they have fastened their h door prize of free hair styling detract from a large or long

t I ne in planning their next trip abroad in July .k shampoo and set will be tkORGANISTSTom! nose Select a coiffure that

Origin Is MysteryThe given sweeps up and back and avoid
Mrs. George H. Borde Mrs middle parts.perky .
origin of the huge upright stones in a Kelly Glover and Mrs. Lawrence

1 ehistoric circle at Callanlsh is lost in mystery MRS ERIC MURRAY AND MR. MURRY Lynch are In charge of

id antiquity. But in the cross-like formationey going back to Scotland this summer. arrangements. Members and '"SURAIICI sobotIETffN(

,. are believed to be one of the oldest traces guest will be welcomed by Harris, manager of Lonnell Inc., and Virginia Bradberry staff or-

'. Christianity in the British Isle. Mrs. Joseph Giangrasso presi ganist and teacher at Lonnell, will play for other organists and their guests at the meeting of

' The Murrays' Interest in religion in antlqu- the Polk County Baldwin Organ Clubs tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Lonnell, Inc, 500 S. Florida AGENCY

'i I 'f and in Ms own Scottish background has dent.WCTU Ave. Members may invite a friend. 101 '. TENNISSEI AYE
.used: on these stones They have already writing of Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. PH 611.4141

'?n the more famous stone circle at Stone- Four hours later Mr. Murray was still among TeaScheduled DATE BOOK PREVENTS TARNISH .._..".

nge in England. But they are willing to exert the manuscripts.It A piece of chalk In your jew $ .mMb.n pine ...
I"
1 1I eat effort to see the more inaccessible Scoth la not surprising that he Is drawn to an. dry box will keep your jewelr'1 o.tJr.

; landmark.If tiquity. His childhood gave him a rare contact ot.c1,9D JD 9flsZd big ;tarnish: free. -- .

they manage to reach this goal they will with the past. He was born in Turkey where For FridayA I

aye to drive their rented car along a hazard.us his parents had met as missionaries-the father I awO
.., ,.
I I TODAY IBI el.! tJO .m arn. WinifredB
, mountain road which Is one-way for about from the Church of Scotland and the mother lANILAND AmT CLU. Mill IK. lb liii0r *a4 Tom WIlHoa, itulruo* I
\I tea celebrating the birth tonI : pftlnllnt knd drawing e1W fur
with little turn-offs at Intervals tohake from the Congregational Church In the United [nil porUMl ')* oil painiutifrom bnlnnliti' mvincMl tinNIWCOMIKt YounG- 8Hlon8 l
1 1 a miles day of Frances E. Willard will 7 to 10 p in Initrurlor ItChirlni R15dr1Y' .tWomfto
slow. That would States, Holder! portrait laxUurllonwllb '. ,
the trip disconcertingly Murray Ooldtborouih" 1.9O-t 10 Club for bruin and emu-
be given by the Woman's 'I
route to on the Western coast of When he about p.... til .t .dmlnuu.uon buildlul ItLAKBLANB COMMANwRY ft!, NTeul.r
, .e the a port was seven years old the Christian Temperance Union Irfwwlrk AirportMOWIUIATION roil I.
1 !>cotland from which to sail to the Outer First World War broke out. The next January Friday at 2:30 p.m. at the meani 0 p aiPUwLICANTIHFIIIH J0 mpt N T"COUNT nonrl.r.,iiv'cLwa' M ISTATIS 1 JO Oat ASSOCIATION for petsrr

JI 1i i Hebrides. the mother and her children left Turkey on the Salvation Army Citadel. Miss Len 4Y.l.ntl ro""nll hder.l, roo.. e.ln.e soil MrerW sell i .t 0p
,
Books Inspire Trip last boat which evacuated British nationals Willard was a founder of the Op.ITHLIHIM WHIT' ,XRIOIN/'H''N' e.a15V oases'''. m m rlubhoiiM.Moliil huuUoII r el rr Ir"Lf1.m..nd ...,...:
., from that danger zone. The father remained WCTU. 1IM, Pin. >t UMOnM Towle.Ce trtol anrW dub M4 basin 1
Part of the inspiration for the undertaking behind at his post. Members and visitors will "moa"* THU..Y :AUBUBOM., NATU' TMUTn,
Sum ci ie OnterUlralwtur 1hn.t.r. COlor
LAKILANO LIONI CLUB. .t 1) ISpm
has come from books-one new and one ancient Eric Murray and his sisters waited with be welcomed by the hostess .l The C.l., AmWurinl.. : .'from: .Ui.*l lOcwa r be m.Aupcla.hl.n. .
n rr pro
I A modern novel about the Hebrides their mother in Athens for passage to the committee, Mrs. Dana Coe LAKILAND ART, OUIIO.' awn : I'r-i : P Trrrrll, under Uwllefllon Cinderella
noun* lor visitor ek.lrhlnaril' i..1.. I
Auduboa jto
served to awaken memories of the famous United States. The children had learned GreekIn Mrs. E. W, Kester and Mrs. Mlnuni irouB wltn flv. moduli .nd: c1eU.\

, trip which Dr. Samuel Johnson and his biographer Smyrna They played among the ruins of Fred S. Gachet. Mrs. H. B. oil MJfflm'palnuni with.3.*."Mix.."'Cornell., T"kAHil.ANDMtCIATION >. I picks this flower-fresh.

James Boiwelt took to the Hebrides the Acropolis saw the place on Mars Hill McClanahan will give the In. CLUB II two-piece dress because "
vocation. for Miller' olltoni of Lk'l nrt *nIrlmuli < I
nearly 200 years ago. where St. Paul delivered his sermon and absorbed will 1 moot >t Twa Mlitwo .t it really looks like Spring-( .
Mrs Barnett will 30 for > Henry give m coup
rI In 1954 to observe their 25th wedding anniversary the atmosphere of the Greek city :. n lunch, colic* turnuiwdIbp Lmbroideredoverblouse ,
highlights of "The Life and nubile In InTltrdINIVOLCNT ,
went on a trip to the AEROSOL fUMIGANT ate
the Murray Could Feel Greatness AN PROTICTIVBOiiom eases ;,
of Willed"Vocal
Experiences Miss of .LR. copal 121moTllin .
British Isle.. She saw her husband's boyhood numbers will be .l S *. m. .l KUu Ixxll*. 10* over box pleatedeklrir7blueIvoWEth
I) Scotland. They resolved "At my age I could feel the weight ofAthen. presented *
STrCHl"1AN'o1'
"Rid
home town of Aberdeen by Mrs L. C. Jones CMATTIH CLUif My Houseof r7u
greatness-almost like weight horn Uri, LIsseui 5
two a on my 10 P
British holiday
to have a every ,
and Mrs Charles Lake. Mrs. : \t d l.vr..1
I ;Lk.Lulrrn
Mr. the other \: ,
managed to do It on scheduled shoulders Murray reminisced / embroidery r''
>ears and have Joseph Cook will present "&AM, a pm, .t poolllnh HIM Tim
He small model of the Acropolisas BUGS r, J tg't! n !
time. This summer their sixth trip will be an day. saw a some violin selections. pliiprerLPu."nw>< "tulu.7 d cikt in Ivory with
observance of their 35th anniversary. It had been in its original state. Later Members of the tea committee Club. All unrlnfriwtvH m.lle4 pinklilacembroidery t

\, Two years ago to the great excitement of when other ho read buildings the had story been how wrecked the Parthenonand by war are Mrs. W. H. Hofer LOYAL U,.,.. O Ixxlie"DiR'"","or Lest"Y MOOM Lk, a.pile 2 Hoursl""I Rayon and 'Sk tt
:
child Bobby they took him to Mrs. L. L. Hale Mr. Clay r Y
t their youngest rVKWANis" CLUI. lass p m. uMorriNn' x d 1 r
"it of .
Castle scene of dark plotting inihakeepeare' In past centuries, gave me a sense personal Cunningham Mrs. Coe Mrs. cotton blend, \ci
lee Glamis raA5RT .
shock he said [ OUILO' bit p lnt-'
"Macbeth. An exclamation of Kester and Mrs Cachet

, wrprise that an 11-year-old boy would be so After a short stay in America the Murraya his Art Guild Slates Sizes 4 to 6x, 7.98
went to Scotland where the boy began

I keen about Shakespeare Mrs. Murray.brought He'd a laughing read about response schooling. In the Twenties the family was In Hobby ShowIs Public DiscussionA Sizes 7 to 12, 8.98
from
Florida for the father's health. By such a cir
Macbeth in a picture-book simplified version. from TomorrowThe discussion of art, In which
cuitous route Eric Murray was graduated .
the public is invited to participate
Visited Poet's Cottage Lakeland School In 1923.
High Women's Club of Wood-
Is planned tomorrow
Each of the Murray'. five trips has been For the interview he brought out one of all's Mobil Home Village will night at 7:30: o'clock at the

1 1I inked up with their literary Interests. To Mr. the family tressures. eight leather-bound volumes have',11s aqnual hobby show open house meeting of the

Murray, with his Scottish ancestry one of the of the "Spectator" essays by Addison all day tomorrow at'the village Lakeland Art Guild at its

highest points was to stand In Robert Burns and Steele. This edition, which is more than recreation center. Activities Tlgertown studios

I ottage and read some of the best-known 200 years old was bought by his father In an are expected to startat Dr. G Floyd Zimmermann .

stanzas In the poet's own handwriting with the old London shop 9 amMrs. will moderate the discussion h ,1M

I orrections that he made-almost like looking Children Read Classics Arthur Anderson and which will be followed by a f
members of her committee social hourFLORIDA .9. p is a young! fashion-
shoulder _
) over the poet's of that moment caused The Murraya brought up their five childrenon will explain to visitors how 1 1 "I just set it up and went plate in her smart

, Mr., Just Murray the memory the other day to hum a fragment the usual juvenile classics. And the chil articles on display have been I SOUTHERN COLLEGEVAGABONDS to a movie-when I returned Avril*and cotton
which was writ. dren' school reading has shaped some of the made. every bug was t
anthem i
I II of the Scotch national family' book discussions. However they have Liincheon will be served all dead!' r skimmer.Popular

I en by Burns. Recently In a group the first playing partf reached out In surprising directions. For years day for a small fee. HOLIDAY { A-line style has front

bridge together someone quoted Mr. Mr. Murray has received the monthly "Book REJINT- 'a1i i and back panel edged h
Burns' poem on a daisy-whereupon WINTER REPERTORY THEATRE FOGS-AWAY I
I the next line and News" from an Aberdeen shop-a magazine / a lace.Camelliaptnkor
picked up
lurray quickly Study Group
which has been published for more than 112
I recited it on to the end Several times a year he orders a bundle Meet SlatedLAKE h.... 27-Tk. H.ppl.U Days FLEAS ANTS I buttercup.
I in London-as quaint years. TICKS FLIES SPIDERS
"Old Curiosity Shop"Dickens' day-was another of books from Scotland. Since it takes six fib. 21Th.. Glass Mtno..r!. ...AUTOMATICALLY I I I 'ti. Sizes 3 to 6x . 5.98
II it was In Charles weeks for the order to arrive, the opening of WALES Library I '.". 29-A Doll'i Heui. ,
"You must SAFE SURE WONT STAIN '
great discovery for Mr Murray." his wife reminded the package Is always a time of surprise and Study Group of A. R. Presbyterian FLETCHER THEATREIN Sizes 7 to 12 . 7.98feela
lake me there this summer, Church will meet in the II r'ull Htui Slz $3.98'Aairtmtnt
I still rather suspense. *
Interview THE ROUND
him during the These overseas packages often contain church basement tomorrow at Slit $U'
rueful that her shopping expedition in London of 7:30: p.m. for the last in the ACK
with descriptions MO"'S''
caused her to miss the trip' travel books (specially series "Great I ..
for new shoes had selection of on Protestant Adults $1 00 t SOc 'UAIANU'I
and even a
Scotch scenery), essays I
Missionaries." I
to that stronghold of antiquity. Curftln Tim t P M.
"thrillers
Museum paper-bound is the 400th anniversary of Shake The books "Dr. Ida" and fl. Soythtrn Student Fr.. I I '
VUlted British Since this "
"To Light a Candle will be ed ,
I the speare's birth they expect to see some plays FI r ;: J ll llR
in London reviewed by Miss Jan Cox ;; ;
to
hours spare
, With four birth- far T/cktfi/ Res.rwtionn
spend them In the British this summer but not In Stratford the and Wally Hartwig Jr. of the / 7 s- 1J4
decided to i
I lurrays luseum. They began with the exhibit of manucrlDts place. For the Murrays,"of course It will be Lamplighters Sabbath School I Call 688.3555 I ,

-including old documents In the hand- "Shakespeare In Scotland. Class I -.
nur like a little queen in 1

this two-piece
empire
thaw lid? outfit.Pique jumper and
WIuf sheer cotton blouse with "I

dainty lace trim and pretty

BIP Dieters Should I puffed sleeves. Lilac yyt },
ordaffodilcotton 1\ ::
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JOSEPHINE LOWMANThis Ions such as physical activityand Sizes 3 to 6x, 5.98
metabolism that this is
Is week since
the eighth
my Eight Week Beauty Improvement probably the best way to de- Sizes 7 to 12, 7.98 .4

Plan ran in this termine the calories you re r

newspaper. Since then I have quire.If I J
given one day each week to you counted calories you
bringing more lost weight but If you neglect. pianos and r
Information ed the exercises your measurements organs

and encouragement may still be out of

to the proportion even though you '
women who are smaller aU over
Concentrate On Faults :
are followingB
I P (Beauty If you analyzed your measurements Limited number of instruments .
Imp rovement according to directions

Plan). I realize in the booklet and measured -
that this yourself before starting

is not the last BIP and then measure yourself at reduced prices

week for all of at the end bf this Import. love to "dretl4l1p"torSpringt
>ou becauseMISS ant eight weeks, you will know
you did not all LOWMAN which exercises you need. t I She's wearinga

begin at the same time. Concentrate on those for a few navy textured cotton

Many women wished to lose weeks to bring your measurements sleeveless skimmer, pert

IS or 20 pounds during the into more perfect ratio. February 26-29 1 1 white cape la piped to
of missed my
eight period. Others If any you
match drew.The fabric
have more pounds to lose. 1 Beauty Improvement Plan
am receiving letters from and would like to see how Is happily care-free,too.

readers asking If it Is all right much you can Improve your

to continue with the plan until appearance In eight weeks Open Friday Evenings Till 9:00 P.M. Sizes 4 to 6x . 5.98
direction, send
they are the correct weight. time under my t
Sizes 7 to 14 . 7.98RUBY'S
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When the scales tell you the includes my unique BIp i P
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When you begin to gain cutback (plus IS cents for postage and
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By WILL GRIMSLEY By ARTHUR DALEY ripped an ugly gash under

r I I Associated Press Sports Writer 1Is \Jorl( Clmr: Llston's eye with a brazen two-

: MIAMI BEACH W-Casslus Clay, the fascinating Louisville MIAMI BEACH Casslus fisted assault. Clay danced and

i blowhard who proved his fists talk a* loud a* his words It the Clay stepped out from his moved but never ran. In the

new king of the heavyweights and the boxing world still buried corner for the start of the second round Clay was In

I today over the bizarre events that led to the dethronement of seventh round last night, bold trouble but contrived to sun
the champion who couldn't lose Sonny Liston and still unafraid. A burgeonIng vive.
I look of amazement suddenly
The bull-strong, tiger-mean Liston yielded his crown while
weird
fifth
spread across his face The was a totally
slumped ingloriously In his corner between the sixth and seventh "
"Yippee he screamed, flingIng one. Clay came out of his
rounds. 1.oOO.gushing from a gash under his left eye and hisleft both gloves aloft In the corner blinking his al.
eyes
f shoulder in severe pain.
; ecstasy of the moment.He .
It went Into the books as a ment. His aides said he plannedto alone In the Miami most like a man who had lost

seventh round technical knock go to his Miami Beach tem. Beach Convention Hall seemed his sight. He pawed at Liston

out-one o' the most astoundingring porary home and would makeno to realize that the impossible with his left as If trying to
upsets of all time but one statement Immediately. --- tr had happened. Sonny Liston find him. He didn't throw a
that left the millions of fans His purse from the gate at. I Ih punch and somehow or other'
had his heavyweightcrown
IfleL.! _,,,__ I yielded
_
pondering unanswered questions tendance had been ordered held while sitting with bead escaped disaster Perhaps he
I up by the Miami Beach Boxing bowed on the stool In his already had blunted the clawsof

What Happened? Commission pending outcome of ,. corner unbelievable as It had the Bear.A .

I. How did It happen? When did the doctors' examination. to appear Clay was the new round later though It'
I it happen? Why didn't Liston. Jack Nilon, the ex-champion's heavyweight champion of the was a total about-face. Clay
the awesome ring killer, demolish adviser said Liston wrenched world. had regained his vision and
his shoulder in training but that could see what he was doing.
the Kentuckian r
loquatlous as Yet this was a day that was
the two of them decided to He handled Liston with swift-
he had done to his other rivalsin try laced with fantasy. At the
to bluff their way through "be disdain But that
moving was
the last three years? I morning weigh-In, the loudmouthed
cause we thought we could getaway the round when Sonny's left
Liston was rushed to the St.I Louisville Lip had
with It. shoulder locked ,on him and
Francis Hospital where eight worked his way Into an emotional
physicians subjected him to a! Nilon pointed out that Liston state that came pretty all his punching power was
3'/4 hour series of X-rays and stopped boxing six days before close to being outright hys destroyed. By the time the
other examinations the fight but others recalled that teria. He looked scared He champion reached his corner
Sonny showed no signs of ailment he knew that he had no re-
The group Issued a statement an acted scared. Some even
t In other phases of trainingand wondered if he could reassemble course except abject surrender
even declared himself "in :i his courage sufficientlyto to a man he had held In utter
dsRequested the best shape contempt.
Medical ever show up for the fight tome
I This was just one of the many h 10 hours later. Nothing about this fight followed .

By contradicatory aspects of the ea t I State bout, which was a financial flop this precocious 22yearoldwhen the indestructbale man the
AttorneyMIAMI at the gate with 8,000 paying "THI ONI THAT ENDED THI FIGHT"-Cawlus Clay rams ventlon Holl. Picture was mopped by Miami Herald photographer the big test came. The case-hardened pro. Clay was

(AP) The state only $400.000 for the privilege of a right to Sonny Uiton'e left ehoulder In this picture mode at John Wolther. Tin Htrold describes Hiii picture 01 "the en* that big, bad Bear didn't scare the loud talking braggart
attorney said today he has watching half of the figure the heavyweight title fight lest night" at the Miami Beach CorS ended the fight." (AP Wlrephote), him a bit. By the third he /had whose eVery credential was
asked for medical records on needed to break evenSeasoned suspect. He had yet to learn
the examination of Sonny boxing writers, accustomed "' 1I.Lm! ..... n 1- ;..sty+. .t "_' his trade and fought like an '

Listen after LUton lost his to all sorts of weird :\ :!.> j';: amateur. But In this fight, the
:
heavyweight title to Casslus occurrences In this sometimes put-up-or-Ihut-up point In his
Clay last night. sordid sport were seeking answers career he didn't fight like an
State Attorney Richard to questions which they '. amateur at all.
Gerstein said "I have requested said left them befuddled '/ He showed only one amateurish

r the Miami Beach Why wasn't Liston the sullen flaw the usually fatal|
Boxing Commission to make destroyer who twice put sway'ormer ... tendency to pull back his chin

all the records available tome champion Floy. Patterson from a punch instead of slipping
." In the first round able to T ti it. But he got away withit.

He declined to elaborate. unleash the same oevastatlnf The man who had been
Liston claimed Ms left punching power on the fast but mauled by sparring partners
j shoulder was Injured In round 'supposedly vulnerable Clay? 12 Wednesday, Feb. 2E, 1964 of no distinction boxed smartly

I. A team of eight physicians In the fifth round, when Clay fL,1 f- against Liston far and
examined the burly came out at the bell blinking } away the most formidable foe
I ex-champion and said he suffered and groping his way around -- .. he ever faced.
an arm Injury which the ring, as if /half-blinded, why Clay did get one break. Lis
would have prevented his de- wasn't the desposed championable : ton never forced the fightingat
4 tending himself. to nail him with his fistful Tiger Farmhands close quarters where his

of dynamite? thunderous body-punching nor
H'"
Even If his shoulder was pain mally does terrifying damage.At .
which said the champion had ful, why didn't Liston, a bruteof long range the swift Clay
suffered an Injury of the left a man, try to bull his way kept moving away from the
shoulder which prevented him through, waiting for perhaps a 'Play Met Rookies dread left hook. He Jabbed
from defending himself. lucky punch against a fighter with disturbing effect. keepIng -
The statement said there web renowned as a powder-puff hit- Sonny bothered and off
a "separation and a tear of ter? balance. He moved in with '

muscle fibers" with some bleed- Doesn't this amazing development By JACK SLAYTON ?; ta rights and lefts that few suspected ,
Ing, but gave no other details set the stage for a return Ledger Sports Editor he possessed It was a
Liston dressed In a red shirt bout which might set financial Farmhands of both the Detroit Tigers and New York Mats highly competent performanceall

and slacks, pushed his way out records yet undreamed of In the were to have clashed today in an exhibition baseball game at .' the way.Among .
t 1 of the hospital without com- sport? Henley Field other things he did
The two teams will play a return contest Friday at St. ;. discounting the peculiar

Petersburg's Al Lang Field. Saturday and Sunday Tiger farmhands knockout finish was to destroy
will play squad games here at Henley Field. Saturday'sgame ,n;,. ,( the myth of Llston'a

New Champ Says He May will begin at noon with Sunday's at 1 p.m There will .. ..t., ti'r".1'. like invincibility. When handle a novice
11 be no admission charge. ; Clay can a pro
+r'i ', '..j' J" ", like Liston on an even basis-
I Retire From Ring Now The regular Detroit training looked think he'll good come last fall along.at the He "_"'.;f n\:, ",. < ..::. f <(,'I"" ;., ",.". :,) the total official point score
camp officially begins Saturdayat .
iIo. 1< '" ..' iW:1 came out even the young
close of the season and what '. >>
10 f f
at Field with
a m. Henley have
MIAMI BEACH (AP) -'antics, contradicted himself Im- pitchers and catchers. Yester- little throwing he's done se 'f :i..t. .J!" : ,,'.. 1 man He must had enough something to win the
A subdued Casslus Clay the/ mediately, however far Indicated he's loose.
by saying day Dave Wickersham reportedand LISTON'S BACK TO THI ROPES-Cetilus. Clay backs' Sonny Lilian Into the ropes end. laid heavyweight championship of
new heavyweight boxing champion -' his immediate future was fight took a brief workout in the I "I'm not specifically saying I away with botk flits during heavyweight championship fight loft night" In Miami leech Convention the world. Much to the embarrassment

told a press conference today inf. Indoor training area at Lodwick need a lefthander or righthander -I Hall. Litton, tha champion., suffered a ihoulder 'injury and failed to answer the bell for the taventhround. of the experts
that he seriously is think Would Fight AgainHe Airport He threw well. Manager I just want to come up with (A,. Wiraphote) who never gave him the slightest .
\ ing about retirement from the declared he would again,' Charley Dressen has In- some good pitchers from the chance of victory Whenit

r ring. fight Sonny Liston, whom he dicated he will probably use !youngsters we have. And we was all over, Clay mounted
"No I am not joking," the 22- stopped Tuesday night in the Wickersham as a middle relief may carry only a pair of catchers his soapbox and bellowed his
year-old Louisville sensation seventh round technical knockout hurler with Goldy filling In if nec Blue Devils In 98.83 Win Over DeaconsBy still nauseous, 'I am the greatest .
said. "I don't like to fight, Idon't AIr any other fighter the "
He told /he
Bill Faul reported to Tiger- essary. me caught He was almost as hysterical
like to get hurt. I don'tlike public wanted him to meet. town and so quite a few Tiger' In high school as he had been at the
to hurt anybody The new champion was askedif regular hurlers are already In "But most of the answersto MURRAY CHASS Wake Forest had upset Duke is assured of keeping that streakat weigh.In.

"I only fight to make a living' /he planned to retire after one the process of spring drills. the big question will haveto Associated Press Sports Writer 72.71 just a wek before at the least until next season. The Clay isn't that by any
and when I have enough money more big fight, which now wouldbe await the opening of the With 50 cent of its stretch of the imagination.
I won't The Tiger manager indicatedhe per per'I Deacons' home court In Winstonhalted- defending ACC champions have
fight anymore"Casslus : expected to gross perhaps felt some of his problemsmay Big Camp," as he strolled fection wiped out by Wake For-, left But he /has the championship.He .
talking In a low $10 million. Salem NC That loss one regular season contest ,
be' solved by the results of away to watch one of the est, Duke's Blue Devils saw also earned well over
monotone that contrasted greatly It was at this point that Clay I the spring drills "Jake Wood I rookies In action. red. They weren't about Duke's 28-game conference win that at North Carolina on Saturday $600,000 Just around the corner

to his earlier loud, shouting dropped his retirement bomb didn't look too bad at first I When the regular camp opens, the Deacons make them teaser ning streakThen They won't play at homeagain though. Is the richest has

shell saying In a low voice "I'think he may become that key :those players, not assigned to pletely Imperfect. Tuesday night, Wake until sometime next conda that boxing ever
am thinking" about retiring right utility Infielder I'm looking for the Tigers or invited to workout So the nation's fourthrankedteam Forest had a chance to end the winter offered in Its long and somewhat
mow, and Purnal Goldy and George with the parent club, will'remain went out Tuesday night Blue Devil's perfection at Durham In the meantime Duke will seedy history-the count.
However, few of the newsmen Thomas should give us much at Tlgertown for regular and whipped Wake Forest 98-83, N.C. But when the contest try and get into the NCAA less millions of dollars that
took the statement seriously better bench strength drills until Syracuse opens turning the game into a smooth was over. Duke remained unbeaten tournament where it went to the will come to the Louisville
since the young descendant of a "Lary told me he preferredto its spring drills March 9. They tune-up for the Atlantic Coast In 27 consecutive home semifinals last year before los- Lip when he meets Liston In
1 Kentucky slave has proved himself / wait until the weather Is will be used in the squad games Conference tournament next games. ing to eventual-champion Loyolaof the rematch which is inevit
Y one of the greatest actors warmer before he pitches I 'slated for the first two weeks. week. I' Coach Vic Bubas' team now Chicago. able.
ever to appear on the sports


scene Clay applause Unaware also drew from Of a the Injury loud question roundof I Jimmy Kynes Remi' 'isesAbout Gators' Golden- -Era- II


era when he announced also in,
a low solemn "I '" -
voice
am
By JACK FLOWERS Recalling some of the historic moments of the "Golden
through talking. I don't have to
Assistant Sports EditorIt "I remember when we broke that
talk any more. I have proved Era, Kynes remarked
my point I takes only a matter of minutes to travel the 68 miles 13-game losing streak. It was a freak play. It was against

Clay said he was not aware, from Marianna to the State Capitol building In Tallahassee. North Carolina State In Raleigh N.C. State scored in the
that Liston had injured himself, There's not too much to see along the way.
as reported after the fight and : However, if you take the route from Marianna High School last few minutes of the game and we were leading, 76 The

later confirmed by a team of, to the University of Florida to Canada and back to the university guy went to kick the extra point and he missed the ball. He L

alb... eight physicians. before arriving at the State Capitol building it seems had kicked something like 21 or 22 straight.

U FOR FOUR-Mr.. J.mmie "When did he say he was' like an eternity.. "We won that game with a freak play too," the captainof

Butler of 612 Hennaiie* St., hurt?" Clay asked. i The scenery is different too. the 1949 Gators continued "when Bobby Forbes scored on

Lakeland. hold. four .bate weigh. "In the first round" someone' James W. Kynes took the long road For the record /he's a long run. It was what they call a 'right-hand sucker' play

Ing a total I of 14 pounds she replied. I Florida's interim attorney general. He will be seeking that I believe they call it a halfback draw play now Forbes went
caught at Lake. Parker with "Well he was hitting me pret- spot In the coming election. up the middle and an N.C. State player grabbed his shoulder t
black worm out of the Wllliomi ty hard and chasing meo all! Kynes toured Polk County and Lakeland this past weekend pads and instead of tackling Forbes threw him into the clear. a
around the ring In the fifth
Brother Bait and Fishing Canter, round and In with a group of dignitaries Forbes went on to .core."
hitting pretty good
One of his favorite is the "Golden Era" of Florida Florida
subjects around the
the sixth," Clay said "He didn'tlook The "Golden Era" was a big Joke
NEEDED like a hurt man to me. AllI football. Kynes came and went with the "Golden Era.. campus "Coach Wolf used to tell us," Kynes said 'when

SO tractor trailer or 10 wheel know Is that both of his eyes The "Golden Era" should have been named the "Dark you guys walk across the campus you better walk in pairs' "

dump trucks' to haul rack and were almost closed." Agee." At one stretch during the "GE" the Gators lost 13 According to the former right-hand man to Gov. Farris

land ,In Control Florida.' 'Pay consecutive games. Bryant the misfortunes during the "Golden Era", "probablydid d P S 1
weakly.' Call Terminal Mon "We were depressed enough at it was." explained Kynes,
bound unit.It' .
Winter Garden Fla. Title Fight more good than harm. It us together as a
gar 6562772. I I "by losing all those games So, a group of the guys got together an ill wind that blows no good"
Facts, Figures and decided to name the team the 'Golden Er..' Sort
Following his graduation from Florida, Kynes played pro
of a humorous gesture I guess. Everyone else must have
MIAMI SOACtlAP I- football in the Canadian Football League before returning to
: : .8a e'all. thought it funny too because the name stuck with us. r
SsE'lS INSUMlil.1 aeries .. La.n_heerweiahl.. file : Florida to get his law degree and serving as an assistant
.te".n 2. like to think, continued the former Marianne
"We High
i ..........
Nh nly.. "02_. coach From the university campus the next destination for
HlfRNDONl r -' t ens grid star "the 'Golden Era put Gator football back on its
:
,
-f.
.Nn' errors auerenM; .o Kynes was his present.It .
ant P'O 000. feet
AaBNCY iiJ CIarY ..... ausr....... U'0..0.21. "Golden Era" brought the team together
IUl -\ i Is evident the
... ..... When Kynes graduated from Florida In 1949 as an All-
109 S. TENNESSEE AV[, _1..C.n..... .".'.". s_..' Mew. 11'0214. -\ Southeastern Conference center Coach Ray Wolf who cameto Members of that team meet annually for a family reunion.
PH. 6S2-4I4I LI..n' Mon of In1rr..nlfnNlel. freshman The reunion is usually the third weekend In July at Crystal
Florida in Kynes' year departed too. "Coach
.._ntln.n r..en:': : ::OlM: 11.. .*._ River.
..--.... .., pour. Wolf and myself pointed out Kynes, "came and went with
$ ClM. ilrault ..,.vi.,._Nn tui.' ." Wolf is vice Sometimes better to take the long road. You see and FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL JAMES W, KYNES
.:::'a cw mar.. ..."..," ....el eta, ,e0ew1 of I' the 'Golden Era' now president In charge of it's
o.160.uMUnVi_ ..... OJ m.120.r.in_.. ..... 1.._ personnel at Texas Christian University learn more. Sheds of "Gelden I,."



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By JACK SLAYTON I

Ledger Sport Editor I I S'II THE ASSOCIATED PRESSA
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The fi"V.Wii'ifUt. but It was cold and fans huddled, 1" r flf recuperative visit to New 5t,6

in the Otherwise the scene was' T York and a long-distance help-
the same as it has been for years-older fans tourists Ing hand from Wilt Chamberlainhave

under and a scattering of Lakeland folk watching the first given the Boston Celtics y.

it two- Detroit squad baseball game at Henley Field. breathing room at the top of the

land But there was one vacancy. It was a big one. ins National Basketball l Associa
"It wont seem the "
same without Sam the
the remark tion's Eastern Division.
n was addressed to Claude Warren of the Lakeland h
ii In Parks and Recreation Department. The Celts snapped a three- f

> IIlI'wweird -Right" he snapped: "Henley Field will never be the game losing string with a 114-102
lame without Sam Greene! victory over the Knickerbockers xp

Green was a regular figure in spring training. Coming L, in the second game of a Madison

,f his out of the dressing room, walking slowly along the small I Square Garden doubleheader -
Tuesday night. St. Louis
held
green fence In front of the bleachers-hat perched ,t rtt
*, al- squarely off Philadelphia 115-107 In the
top his head cigar smoked down to the last Inch and firmly ,
d lostAston clinched in his teeth his opener. tea
attire
, perfect and conservative. Cincinnati left Its Eastern r.a
It was always a long walk for the Detroit News sportswriter irst.place hopes In San Francisco !

ng to He had lo stop and speak to so many people who where Chamberlain' 12

ow other'a wanted to talk with him. On more than one occasion your points paced the Warriors to IJJ7.108 b

i>' heclaws columnist was stopped by a fan or fans, who wanted to decision over the Royals ,

know "Where's Sam? I wanted to pay my respects. Just Royals Lose
want to say a word to Sam before we toad north. "

h. It No one knew so many people In the Fourth Estate as did A LOT OS FISH-TWM .lhl *.. c..sh ky Odor SIKe I The Boston victory and Cincinnati CLAY DOES A "RIGHT 'ACI"-Conlvs Cloy 4M a "rlfkl. ...." .1 he pots ris** hi rtio

Clayand Sam Greene And no one had the respect and ganulne admiration .f JUt W_.r, UUrM. wlkW 42 r. ...4i. Ho ...fhl HMm defeat the put 1H games between foco from Sonny U.rw. In the fifth run4 ol bit .,.ht'. fctovrvolehr Nth. a*.if. Cloy wo* onNcK .

, from the players as did Sam Greene. hi tile ......li.>. s4ta tnak of t.l.U"4l mine dilnon out ..fCessy's urging Royals sagging" in a surprisingly Celts and ,,l .l knockout I I. eke ..v.nMi roond ot Mloml. Boo.h ConvmHon Hod. AP Wlro,ho.o).

loing. A Wit tKo Bolt n*... tight Eastern race San Fran-
WitsBut
Iwift Among isco remained two games up on Joe Louis Tops

I was he was no stuffy Individual. His was the sense of FISHINGHUNTINGDoc St Louis la the West Top SWC ScorersIn

,; left humor that would drive the stand-up comedians crazy and Sam Jones and Tom Helnsohn Golf TourneyMIAMI

and make'most'' comedy writers toss their typewriters against the sparked second and third period
. was wall in disgust and envy. Prescribes I Boston point flurries and the (AP-Former heavyweight
the Celtics led by 31 In the boxing champion Joe
early
Here are a couple of Greeneisms. He was sort of I
a legendin
rner Louis held threw
finale before easing up. Boston a -stroke lead
his time. Group TourneySeven
,render own held a 63-48 margin at intermii. today going Into the second
Some few springs age the Tigers departed Lakeland and Good Weather lion and opened it up to 94-63 round of the North-South Golf

utter seemed on the verge of not only seriously challenging" the after three quarters. Tournament's amateur division.

New York Yankees for the pennant but even talked of winning Helnsohn was high for the of the 14 top individual 13 basketball tournament Friday Louis was two over par 70 in

t fol- H.On By FRED W. JONESFshingafuntIng ,Celt with 33 points. Bob Boozer point I producers will be playingn and Saturday nights at the Kathleen the first round Tuesday. Lou

was opening day In Detroit Jim Banning-now with the Editor :with 23 topped the Knlcks. I I the Class A. Region 4, Group Senior High School gym Henry of Chicago was second in
the Phils was the Tilter hurler. The first Ditch. WM a "Runnina. Kathleen and Auburndale get|the amateur division with a 76.
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was special" and .sailed out of the park. Every time my good friend Dr. C. E. Clark gives me a the tourney under way at 7 p.m. Pete Brown of Los Angeles,

:gart Quipped Joe Falls of the Detroit Free Press: "There goes shot an examination or a prescription-which has been Friday followed by Pasco ofDado two time winner of the pro
pretty
was the no-hitter The shutout and the ballgame." often lately-we talk about City and Bartow at 9 p.m. division of the tournament shota
earn going fishing. The two winners will meet at I 69, one better than Chico
Sam wrapped up the pennant race In one "And
reply:
i a In But to this day we haven't yet made It. Something always p.m. Saturday for a berth In the Martinet of Miami Cliff Brownof
. the the pennant! as he chomped on his cigar: happens. H,', busy and can't get away or I have something + V regional playoffs.Auburndalo's Nashville was third with 71.

I his One of Sam's proudest possessions was that he could or the weather Is bad-mostly the latter lately. Booty Ether The 72 hole tournament is
say: "I'm Doc Greene's eon.' For Doc Greene has become
e an But he told me the first of this week "It csn't last forever Idge leads the starstuddedfield being played on the 1,471-yard
excellent and
an sportswriter columnist In his
own right.
this Is the last of A of high scorers Ether- Miami Springs course.
lma.fatal. Knowing Sam one can understand why. His humor was con February! And, of course he Is I
right Weather like we've been having for the past eight or Idge paced Coach Bill Alenadu' -
{ tagious.Doe nine weeks can't last much .i ,71 C a, Bloodhounds to a tie for
chin got married and MM night be stayed away a bit late. longer. r second place In the Southwest Grid Tilt Changed
slip- In fact, he stayed away all night so his spouse bounced over We Imagine the fish feel the same way. For weeks and 1 Florida Conference

with to Sam's house. Anything but happy about It all, Sam, his weeks fishermen and camp operators have been telling us the Etheridge. the brother of former JACKSONVILLE W The
football
l iwen wife Kitty and daughter-in-law awaited the prodigal's return. Auburndale High 'Georgia Tech-Navy
great to be played in Jacksonville
ners The door flipped open quite early in the morn and there SlM, TAMM" say TIBto-Tnund.r. ,:**. IT, lt4i HUh fed* ass Frank finished with 525 game
lart. .... B.IIM_.law YM 0 4O a. Till n4 wn rwM, (17 *.m4 wt$ 534 pointsfor this fall has been shiftedto
....
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with nw* iS7 5,05.wM fill .
and stood Doc a watermelon under his arm. They all stared. "'N r J J a 281 per game average Friday night Oct 9.
. foe "Anyone for watermelon?" Doc was his genial best. J' JU He is a 6-foot, 3 inch senior for -
Sam chomped down hard on the cigar. Those eyes speckled: perch are "going on the beds any day now." Each ward. Etheridge has plenty of -Fla. N.TL OYard Irww

Lis. twinkled: "Is It cold?" time a full moon came along, they predicted that was It. help from Harold Hunt Hunt I

ting I'll not sully your memory with trite comments about Well, last week we thought for sure this full moon was recovering from a sprained WrestlingSAT.

his "30" and all of that rot. May you rest In peace Sara I We'll going to be It. We didn't go along with the predictions earlier wrist Is hitting the nets at I''

nor miss you. We'll miss you a lot I but we did think this one would be the one. 1 112 clip with 202 points. I NITE 8 P.M.

age. But with freezing weather the first of the week and cold Coach Dave St. John's Pasco .

;lay Short Sport Notes predicted for the remainder of the week again It Is questionable. Pirates has three of the seven I LAKELANDARMORY
the leading point men in John Hancock
.bed Only one Polk County athlete and only three from the Jerry Caddis and Pat
ep. Lakeland area are on both vanity and freshman spring sport However we're going along with Doc, it can't last. So, Ward. Hancock has 331 points -

off teams at University of Florida. Ronald Murphy of Haines here are the latest reports we have In pase you decide to go: and a 13 point average: Caddis WORLD

"Ith'us. City is a golf candidate for the Gator fresh golf team: Ray ,Fishing fresh waters, especially far speckled perch has Is averaging 10 with 219 points: I
TAG TEAM
(Roily) Rollyson of Plant City is a returning pitcher on the been surprisingly good when you consider the weather-we've while Ward has 227 for a 10.3

IS a Gator vanity baseball team. He was Jol"'t" season with 2.09 had. And the specks have been running above average in SABDLI CRIIK CATCH 14 .I...... loft, and Jimmy looilyhook4 average. Title Rematch

,needid earned run average. Steve Gardner also of Plant City Is a size! in most of the waters reported on. (Lake Apopka has IS kn wolshlns ....1 of 44 pounds In pits. noor So44loCrotk. The Bartow Yellow Jackets Gormont MonoforHon4c

member of the Gator varsity tennis squad While New been the exception. Reports from there have Indicated small Tiny wan uilng r4 worms out of the Willi.... RroHiors of Coach Wayne Mundy have .H4 to
York Rangers coach Muzz Patrick declared the Rangers dealt specks) Sale an4 Flhlnf. Caesr.Wininger. the one-two punch of Tommy It. Ik

liar Andy Bathgate to Toronto for five players because: "We made Howell and Larry Walker.

deIn's- the trade with an eye on the future." Ranger fans want to cut All Conditions Are) Go Howell stands 111 with 372 rr, :

'Ice Patrick's future with the Rangers short All during Sunday's. There can be no doubt that if we get several warm days Seeks Third IS.S points and compared 2M total. to Walker's .

pro game with Toronto, won by Toronto 4-3. they chanted: 'MII%& in a row. fishing would pick up almost fantastically. All other
, must go." The loss all but ended any playoff hopes for the conditions are right We have Although Kathleen does not
's- '
exceptionally high water levels
Rangers Glenn Wilkes of Stetson really clobbered for list an Individual with a 10poIntper RAMON AND AL
ore got the time of year; bedding of several species Is "over due"
Orleans
; New Title )
sang with absentees and drop outs. Bill Pickens the 6-foot-lO center and spring Is always the best fishing time. Open ;Coach! contest Don Miller's or better Red average Devils, THE SENSATIONAL
that beat FSC twice dropped out of school and Jim Jarrett
Every fishing camp operator we've heard from for weeks have center Stan McDonald,I
the' who also defeat the Mae was bounced off the team.
helped ,
, of has mentioned the weather and expressed the opinions we've NEW ORLEANS (APDebonalr ''accomplished the feat at Portland forwards Dink Rhodes and Tony I TORRES BROS.THI .
And two guards Vernon Waters and Tom Barnard have been
Just mentioned. They all are living In the hope that the next Bo Winlnger once again a[ Ore.Palmer Silver and guards John O.Uc.j NIW WORLD
Nevertheless the Hatters didn't look
'nslet' handicapped by Injuries. day or the next week will be the start of the good weather part time player on the pro golf and Casper winner ol f way and Jimmy: Walls I who have TAG TIAM CHAMPIONSSIGN
too bad in losing to Miami Saturday. But they have little they've been for 1s the last : all hit In double figures I
:ht- waiting as have the fishermen.A circuit swinger to the 1958 New Orleans Open, areboth on more PO* TITLI
chance now of repeating their victory In the NAIA District couple of examples of these have successfully defended a competing here this than one occasion this season.The RIMATCH AGAINST
25 tourney. Tom O'Hara, who runs for a college with no two reports just received. tour championship. year. Red Devils have the potential -, THE GERMAN
ted The first Is from Jim
Veal returned '
at the Pana Vista Lodge on the I Winlnger to the tour
indoor or outdoor track-Chicago Loyola-wiU continue his out fireworks
That last when the to provide scoring
his outlet Lake was year
at Panasoffkee. Veal says: full time in late 1962 after a Von Brauners
!at. door drills among the paths and parkways of Lake Shore year-old Winlnger won his hunting trip to Africa. Thus far and should be regarded as the
Drive beaches of Lake When he "The fishing Is picking up as the weather permits. Beginning tournament's darkhorse.
and along the Michigan. runs second consecutive victory in this he has played In only 1Y Mal
the indoors where he to catch some fair size shellcrackers in the lake year With this list of talent ached A.N"O
he trains at the Chicago Armory, dodges on the New Orleans Open. two tourneys tying for second *
polo ponies in the process. O'Hara feels he can run a 3:53: worms and bass are hitting on shiners and top water plugs. The prematurely gray Wlnlner in the Bing Crosby. uled to take to the court Friday
Specks are slow at present but they will pick with In tho ranks night, fans are assured of wit I .
U.S.
,'flyon mile outdoors and "just want to make the Olympic up some ; play-for-pay He's No Clay .. ri I .TU"
team. I'm not trying to set records" Chuck McKinley nice weather for 12 years sets out Thursday nesting a lot of action and : ;

alp defeated his Davis Cup teammate, Dennis Ralston, 15-13, S-2. "Most of the specks are coming from the grass beds In to win a third straight crown at Winlnger Isn't ready to talk points.
Jer National I the lake and river, which have been the bedding for New Orleans which has Its rich too much about that third vic-
(-8, 3-8, 6 3, in a marathon battle for the Indoor ten areas Th. Tent Ira won tko weld!
or. nis title. Earlier he had played 2Vi hours to beat Manuel San- them. No-alibis and minnows still the best way to get specks. est Jackpot ever this year with tory yet. Stetson Wins title on4 olti from tko Gor.

01.as tana, M. 6-2. 3-6, 3-6, 10.8. In all McKinley played 183 games The lake hasn't dropped much since the removal of the a $50.000 purse. "I'll tell you more later In the mom .lest Sot. .i2. G.."' ...*
, dam maybe six to eight inches. We should In the modern era of golf- week" he said. He carded a moMOr Brotr4 tko 4ocl
hold Stetson's
. and 21 hours. Ralston and McKinley bowed in a doubles semifinal up good on DELAND (AP) I Ion' 4non4lne' o ,....kh.
since World War three 73 In the
II-onJy
to- to Santana and Jose Arilla, both of Spain. Glenn Hallis water for the lake and river both are still above normal. ." one-over par pro-am one-man scoring machine Bill Tko Toms fro*. osro4 !. rematch
fitat the leading goalie in two ways. He got an assist on a And from Mrs. Jeanne Specht of Hank's Camp over on other pros have done it. the Tuesday and his team tied for tester, poured in 45 points Tuesday 1 on ono condition/ -on4
Arnold Palmer turned
him check of
' second giving a
Lake Van: night to help swamp the Mat I*-tko ."' roforoo ban
lie Bobby Hull goal to bring this total to two-the leading scorer trick twice winning both the $395,00. i 117-96 4lo, tko "....tch. Dense O'Horo
"Enclosed in
fa of W University of Tampa a
In among goalies. He also leads the league in goal tending witha picture O. Cook and E. C. Andersonof Texas and the Phoenix Opens The pudgy Casper copped top will ,.f.,*.. G."" *".' mono.*'
Winter basketball
-goal lead and 6 shutouts. Haven who despite the nasty weather came off thrice In succession Gene LIt- honors in the proem, firing a game. I Intftri that ho toy by she. rise
the lake with a string of 72 specks. They were caught with tler did It in the Tournament of 69. He said the Lakewood Country Hester, who accidentally tip -lout tko _....** will bohondculf4
Missouri! minnows ." ped in two points for Tampa in to bIIke" loUno.EAK.NS .
I
Champions and Billy Casper Jr. Club course a difficult 7,020- trying for a rebound, scored on
BOWLING -- yard layout played "90 per cent 18 of 23 shots from the field and {OVTNaNCM MIoftel0

'j Skeet Tourney AttractsNation's better this year than it did in 13 of 15 free throws. He also was', INe
Basketball Scores 1903"Netters '
both sides with 18 refunds. -
ouM'a Hn turn M>|M, T_ N.. .. SIMMnn tops on .
CLAN..c: LOST m.'v'*".' SUM W. FMtar,. ..TUIOOAV_COH.LIOI..... _.... Title

L.kMM.4 MAO. rn.t.n, c r.*., : : ": nN 11 M aft J! "o..HIM IntflvMutl. MrM 5 Mart.. Top Shooters G T.*..n,* ASS.Th.N..1 H A.T.mphir.. *ash raw,. 70.OMton AdvanceIn Hester a 6foot-4 junior esablished -I Jack M"nd Yo nab,
J.Anit r..w.w 0A5w .. U, S>. Oull.l. .. a school record with
.ut Farm ln.ur.no. :. .: 44 44H 1M _____ _
*, ... .. liMivMual, era MwN rewln. 212, ". Tah., 1M a. I WINTER u HAVEN 005.5.1.5 (B C.1 ft. Maryland 7. DON
h (Special) Ur
_.." au.* Nail. 105 ". ..-. 255. Haven Trap and Skeet 1MU..5.r.aa.wl.'I.. ( Dixie TourneyTAMPA ?Is 45-poInt play._ HARTNETT
'
__ inoiviouoi. LH sun [Early entries Indicate the second -] Club and the Tn
_. M Winter Haven OKI'.. City IMf C."_"., o*
High Torn Own*. UMlM' .mfShlrlw Southwest Florida annual Invitational Dixie Chamber of Commerce. CC. .JMin'. IN T.1) II. .MM*. Ofrtor (AP-Seeded players NEEDED PRINCE OMAR

LaSNMd erns- Conference Records skeet championships will attract] 52,05 C ,w 07.WCOCa.,' who made mincemeat of local Die/.. truck troctort not moro T.W.I._.. D.u, ._
I5rh TwM 100 l ,
of Entries are limited to 60 Toast'. H. ....".." i It,"_... laI
some the nation's top shooters l... CCMV 44, talent Tuesday, move into th." two yoort .!" to .HMM ftpullinf ......5La-Wi
M. Cac.aGO.......AMnIra a,. "NA" ITaseiwoapreNMp March 13-13 at the Gilbert I shooters in the .410 and .28 CSS* n..q.a.. c...,,". 10.Buk second round of the troll*. .In Control flof.I4o. .
the today
...... 5 W>k rTMHoly < /1.
11 Law .UDC al/f.......Iw..., Ann.M M._..,._.... PI.n'... C.M.... ,"Ja'. .OrNall: .. Field range here. gauge events and 100 guns In *.Cr Bun_*M*,l,Boiton..."...iII.Coli.71.S4.Notr Dixie International Tennis Tour Pormonont. C.II Ttrmlnol I Law, Mon.r piywookly. .
5.? ..Ia.rhr .d..n.NrY. 1w, ."u..._" u u Early entries include Barbaraand I the JO and .12 gauge fields. ....,....* Of, L.ki.h 4(. nament. Wrestling
aN 15" ninth ... Wlnur' Gard.s, fiends
_. .
are, .._ JWY WI ...... IIbO. John w.M ':t. ter4S.uN'
Yin IU Bill Conners of Buffalo Snively III 90S W, Lake AedCIATIONTY5aPT'S
are, .. Arm.tr nM >. w... S 5 II U Roy Emerson of Australia, 6U-271Z.
1.15,..l7u! (rb fell. .I.!,..-..... a.,... Or.... X._.. ,."... "" .". 1 5. 14NaNw N. Y., the Lackland (Texas) :Summit Drive Winter Haven IC iMlll .III.. P..,'...a5YLTa...... lOfi No. 1 seed who easily disposed -
LI..UT.IITWO". LOST N.DUiearsa'waN : 1: Air Force Base team John Ku- :I Is receiving_the entries. .scan.. .."".,_N.w llT Vor'C,1w.aa.oa. ,n.'LENTY' ,of Greg Hilley of Tampa. 6-2.

I. OJr>fry uses n' I -fwrn.M.Y': 'jaws of South Bend Ind, Mau-J 8-1. in first round play, meets
S P.nthrri' If :: _Orwi... 14 .. .1 MtlnM I Oily reen and Bob Beeach of Palm of
1: AlWy O4. -.. M v* I. W.'_ 7 a.nl.l unseeded Nicola PUlc Yugoslavia
,r. n.h 1 nM krlii,, t ..mami Beach Ft Benning Army team, 11
; u/mlawaN : u:2a ; : 1 in the second round.
a..Hun. TMr" 04IM S AuMirfMfal v*. *.>r.>.nt.....t....lUthlMB 1 I Ii ......, and Bob Smathers of Canton, Pilac overcame Jim Wood of '
M.fh Tm ScrlM. saw .blsr5 Iqt : 62CHEVY
u/.. i 1'.4 TRMJ.-- N. C. Tampa 8-0 6-3, Tuesday
H,." '..lvI"u., ....... Minor N.<*.- T ur$ nm *1Mr .. 55 Coarsen is the
"". 554., .,10. WWIC 115.dd. ...,"" C._._ .r>ht 5,13025'rw New York No. 2 seed Manuel Santana of
Hie" ....,....... __ ..."... N,_ .411-gauge champion and
was
..... 2ft, .,11. W. .". -, : .ri__.nMnt lanInNl.* *l Spain defending Dixie cham- II
'OUTMWUT.PAL''O.'Wow' LMT Malta.-r/Ma/ ...... s .1..1 all-areussd runner-op In the Y t pion, dropped Mike Hilley, also

'10N30 Ontario Open. b of Tampa, (M), 13.Santana' .
s Ll.:al t, :: : .:.: : : : tC: Rollins DefeatedWINTER Barbara Conners is the .20- second round opponent 5 To Choose From

M.M aY TMm'...;.'..''n_15 MOM gauge women champion of New is unseeded Eduardo
,m T._ ..._ B***.. PARK (AP)-Fred York, winner of the Canadian r Guzman of Ecuador who defeated $1295T
H, ... O-m Mark M.- I -
tn ln4 Mu l erick overcame an eight-point and a
Open women champion of
.
""Nan 147.....1.101.... _.... _.." _.-I halftime Rollins lead Tuesday the Flamingo Shoot. J Henry Wagner of Tampa

5. aM.MIDULLA ILl", night sinking 68 per cent of its Beesch is Florida state cham- 4 8-1. 6-1 In the opening round.

WON Los second half field goal shots fora ,pion and his wife Maureen Is Calif.Karen heads Susman the of field San as Diego No. 1 PENDARVIS

le8:1H t : : : 109-93 basketball victory. state .410 high for women. seed in today's opening round ofwomen'a
The visitors from Portsmouth. 1 Kujawa Is all-around winnerof
.. .
04*
OWIM Stino division
MM TWM -i: play.
,. Va. roared back In the second the Delta Open and the Wabash CHEVROLET CO. 1
sit1'i*" Twin *"'*"' *""* Dar ***.' half with 12 consecutive: points Valley Open.

hMj..ll.liHllvMiMl' Oam*. Slokort *... and were never threatened. |, Smathen 1st h a Charlotte 'HA VA 310 Ne. Fiends Ave.

u.Mnh.... 11a.HUivMud' _.... .. Mr! WLAKSLAND -".. Dave Bussler and Phil Kirk Open all-around title holder MORTGAGI LOANS lakeland

MuraSs led Rollins with It points each. Many more experts are ex- O. SUCKS-Immn MIDIS, UH. .> Av.um4.lo '.4 VISIT. MORTGAGI CORP. 3

... aRri.S'Uuw w:n I: :JJijisantK1'1" :-: :The game ended the Rollins basketball parted: to enter R. V, McSwoln of 101S WwJI.wii Av., ........., are shws 1' OP rLORIDA"Slnviei

: .; ** ; JJ I season with a 5-21 The Dixie tournament Is being with MM pecks rti.r .....h' or lets Perks cut of the Willi..... I' M* O to, "-own(. ,*.OUOINSIS"AM.

Ma ::;..I.'T_ Nor N S. ill. I record. co-sponsored by the Win-1 I ......... toil o4 fitlliM C...r.,. I MU 0-UM MIM4))



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I They Seek Citrus Queen's Crown .. Unsolved Problems Temper Optimism ..


Editor's Not From Well '-Balance of payments defi ty has spurted in recent expensive to management, a

Street to the defense centers on cite This larger outflow than months. With rising sales volume shorter work week, another I
return of U.S. dollars In foreign this has sent corporate hike in the legal minimum
,. the Welt Coast frln'the lu
;1..., 'tp. transactions has whittled down profits to record highs. wage. All could increase the
"'s.r', :' i tlon'i computerised factories the United States gold reserves Added to labor's unrest over costs of production.

,, ;is, I Ib to Capitol HIU In Washington, The shnrt-fall has been the loss of Jobs to automation, Changing defense programs
there are potential trouble rimmed, but not licked. the rich crop of earnings >is seem sure to be more of a

ipoU that can upset the hopes There .are some new problems tempting union leaders to new problem in the period ahead.
: for grater prosperity ahead, Juat taking shape. demands this year. Detroit Is Rapid switches In Washington
b k at Sam Dawson AP bu.lneaanews Living Costa Higher an example. General Motors, planning can upset individual
Ford, Chrysler, aU report record and hit communitieshard.
analyst, points out In this The cost of living has never companies
n third article In tlve.part ser really stopped creeping higher. net incomes Their auto .
workers are preparing to ask a
lea the 1960s. solve the crises
on But prices of goods have been Agility may
Sx bigger share higher wage
while steering the economy into
fairly stable so far In the 1960s.
a.N Today' Business Mirror And wages have advanced at a scales. They also want devices more production and consump

By SAM DAWSONAP pace close to the increase in to stretch out the available tion of civilian goods to take
f.x, jobs more workers,
among slack caused by a letupin
Business News Analyst productivity (the amount of up any
j' NEW YORK (AP-There are goods turned out per man hourof Shorter Week Sought defense spending.
t ; r too many economic problems labor.) Labor demands also includea Thursday Stalking the ghost
,,, "'' y" unsolved to let even the mos _This is changing. Productivi drive to make overtime more of the twenties.it .
+ bullish be really sure that the

f rest of the 1960s will climb at
b
> w. a faster pace than now.

,,.. Some of the very dlfflcultle

tip that kept the early years of a< ,
his decade from earning top
marks on the economic report
card could accelerate:
.. f ;
f.., ,[ r ,. The hard core of unem ;
1 y ployment. It hasn't been solved R ihx
# 6 sF'
,)f ::1 It could grow worse as flew
I,,,,,,,It'J y tI <> { .Y comers to the labor force in r '
!, ) < crease rapidly in the next few

w years. :
ti, / More Mechanization Ahead '
1I Rq
I : "'.i rS .6 <' 9 ra, Automation. It has raised z
1. s ,
g v h,
of for
\ the standards living
'. Hglpl F fx
< .., .1 '. ; many, increased the product! ,

r Ity of the nation's factories
S / cut the costs of ,
: \ { and offices, Nr r
providing goods and services
S I b. 2 4 But many think more mechanl-
; atlon (and fewer Jobs per 1

unit of output) lies head. leaves
.q
x,
Stock speculation. It built *"
t ; / 4'S ,you
/ up a climate In 1961 that helped T4S
M
; ,n. A ,'fb foster the 1962 stock crash ater breathless!
; ,
's, ., the government-busineas
t.II lash over steel prices Many f Af

g 1 I' rear that a new speculative
b' { I .r wave nutured In part by rising
'
n I .b 4 4 I stock price Indexes, Is getting
." nder way and will attract an
snv..k4Axk nsophisticated public.Birmingham ?


CAROL JAEGERHUn Carol Joogor, 21-yeer-old' blond' CHERYL JOHNSON-Mi.i Cheryl Johnton, 19-yter-old' blond
City
from Coral Goblet, will be tponiored by D.ll. Comma, Univenlryf from Tavern will b. .mans tha contaitantt at the Cirrui Queen

Florida, In Hi* Florida Cirrus Quetn conJ.it to b* hold at contort .t Wlnttr Heron on March 9. She It tpon..rd by the
It Winter Haven March 9 In connection with tho Florid CirrutExpedition. Loke-Suntttr Junior College at Ltuburf. Council Passes

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New Sales Tax

Smirnoff-filtered through a "mountain" of charcoal
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP-

.,, ,. The Birmingham City Council '
; r, s What makes Smirnoff so crystal clesr. uniquely smooth, so remarkably
Tuesday adopted a one-cent
xA sales tax that would not applyto free of taste or odor Every drop Is filtered through 7 tons of activated ,

( anyone over 65 whose annual charcoal. That's why it's dryer in a Martini, smoother on-the-rocka, .

da income is $2,000 or less. mixes with anything that pours. And it leaves you breathless I, .

,'rt The new tax goes into effect re
c3i 'r }Ip
of March 1. However, city Finance Always ask for
., 6 UIImO
v fx Director B. R. Winstead says

1 rr the exemption makes the tax VODKA
I y wholly unworkable I ;' < 10 a 100 PROOF.DISTILLED ROM G AIN. >STE.PIERRE SMIRNOFF FLS.(DIV.OF HEUBLIIN.HARTFORD CONN.11'14' ,
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i whirowellr, blashwellc, Ines $388First
1 OFF cane, tint wrrd. a low aNEW
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n > on found tir i bodies.i $788Sp.eI.l
I a'I. thii time only I n low .!

TUFSYN TIRE SPECIAL-

u ONLY AII-Wother 42 with J-T Nylon.Ntw $988
GOODYEAR ; "No Limit" Cuorant des low ..

a Y .lut tu rod .!.. tire
t' Na .TIRES TUFSYN HAVE WHITEWALL BARGAINS I

RUBBER X belt buyt ever on Amerlce'i whitestwhitewelli. i $1198
Mod lisot if you hurryl) .
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Nut' t"x rn1 rid, 4nTUBELESS

CAROL KENDALL-Among th* contattantt for tho Florida SUZANNI WARNER Mil. .. BUYS-
Suianna Wooer of St. .t. you none It, wo'vo got ill I All siege, all $1188
Citrus Quton title ii Carol Kendall, 1t-yeer-old' brunott of burg It ono ol tha conttttontt In thlt )'..r'. Florid Cltrui Queancontort. typot out they got at low .. NOW!

Palalka. She Ii iponttrod by tho Florida Crown Council Chamber Mitt Werner, 16, with nd-brown hair, It tpontorad bytha Nw u"'ne "'" tiN
of Common. The contort, a feature of th* Florida Citnii Expositlon St. Potonbura Junior Coli.... Th. oont.it will b* held' March INSTANT

at Winter Heron will b* held March 9. 9, In connection with th* Florida Citrus tupotltlon at WinterHavtn. j No Money Down CREDIT. NO

This Sale!
During Big MONEY DOWN

'.,....nh at low at $1.25 per week
NavigationalGear Haven To Get FOR HOLDERS OF
OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY

On Cuban Brighter Lights CHARGE-A.PLATES AND

Intersection/ IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE NATIONAL CREDIT CARDS

LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 6-1151
Boats HarmlessWASHINGTON
WINTER HAVEN City REDUCED BLACKWALL PRICES I TUBELESS WHITEWALL BUYS!
C. C.
Manager (Cliff) Ryan
(AP) The has announced that Tampa
Coast Guard commandant says Electric Co. has been authorized Discontinued Designs) Brand.new TiresfSIZI

the navigational gear found by the city of Winter MOBILE HOME OWNERS SAL 'RICI" fILE SAL 'RICI"

aboard the four Cuban fishing Haven to install brighter COMPAREI! Tubeless 6.50x 13 $1S.4I Discontinued 6.50x19 ftES4Soletr

vessels seized near Dry Tortu-' lights Drive and for Dundee the Lake Road Elbert Inter. MOST POLICIES OUR POLICY 8::6g : I: 19.91: All Safety,Waether 8.00x14: I 23.99

gas was harmless. I section. All Weether 8.50.14 2t.91 8.50.14 2U2
COST $10 to $12.50 COSTS $8 per $1000 7.60.15 21.91 7.60.,5, 2\.U\
"It was of the ordinary kind The three new lights will 8,20.15 10.91

and not suitable for military' be of the 20,000-lumen mer per $1000 COVERS TYbeleat 6.70.15 7.10.15 16.15 14.21 Discontinued 6.70.15 111.91

use to'd,"the Adm House Edwin Merchant J. Marine Roland cury brighten vapor the type Intersection and will _COVER oiplotlon Fir, lloktnlne, tkoft* ,tmoko win*, All.Wsather :gg : :: I t4.22 16.1E: All.Weather 1J8:11: I 16.92 11.15MII :

which has long been considered Fire lla>tla, tmoko, _term boll, earth.aha .. eriow Nw Y" rod .141 IIM .An, Mlra .Ius tut ant Nd arweeeeroNa
Committee Tuesday. a traffic hazard. explode, theft windDorm .. need, rlilnawater
hall, artkqyako, lots, MallcloatmiKhlof '
Roland said two of the four The State Road Departmentwas (
Hood rlilno water, or vandallmi.falling .
captains admitted being within asked to do something ajau, mallcioat/ aria aircraft, riot or Mrrrea Ynre.. Y MO r IIMIr"W. .Wrr.wne. IwN Y N-M I4N.rM Y IY rWN YYN CO
the 3-mile limit after being ar about the dangerous condition chief or ....011..... fall.Ina civil commotion, axtor- iN.dr.rrNrrNNr.,.. rrw.w.riw.srwYww/Nw., rr GOOD/fi
M Y1rnN W nINIW .YxN wwq wYll-- EAR
existing at the Intersection, aircraft, riot or civil. ..I dlKkaro' or leakage e Y. rMNM rln r?...MN ri.Y Nrr,.N d_rM rA.000 dWNYrNlw GO
rested Feb. 2. The captains wN Y A rY YY 1 uew.wrY
commotion, exl.nalIe 1 of water.. r Ufo YNIMI rwY W dW"u r.M YN
but traffic count indicated rxnw"W.M+-" .
a eW rwr .rxrN W -
were convicted of violating a chart' or htakaf of
that the county could not Install want.ow PLUS
Florida law Federal law provides a traffic light becausethe GOODYEAR GOODYEARSERVICE
non rlrr + e.lee. ; collUIeaX.
I. Oa preailie*
no penalty for violation of flow of traffic was not ewpAd ..,:" al./r ei

U.S. territorial waters. great enough. This promptedthe : S.iZ: : LeaiofBwS240I. SERVICE STORE STORE
The commandant said he was city to plan for the lighting Shcr, .* tor SI* J 201 W. Main St. Lakeland 190 W. Main Borrow
e war. Tab mh 4 to rrw
Improvements.Since .: haurmiH* ae*** m.4 etk Mm deportment *
In favor of a bill, already passedby a r.rw Nlxr for _. rlmbnrNiM-t (SI 00) : Goodyear tires at Clearance Prices art also available at these dlll.n. Net all sire and types available' st all lecatlens.
the Senate, that would provide the beginning of the

for fines up to $10,000. imprisonment automotive manufacturing industry EARLE W. DAY & CO. Cable Agte Electric Ce. Nutter Texace Service Flerlda'lticMield' Rerunde'f Gulf Service Mel Bend Texaca
and forfeiture of in the United States in
foreign ships Illegally fishing !in 1896, more than 208 million r. o. lox 1258 Sr retersburg, florida 33733 201 N. Florida A... 951 I I. Main St. 1227 S. Florida. Av*. 1131 Kethloen Read. 21 [. Memorial Ilrr ..

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Honoring Kanner STOCK MARKET FLASHES 1 I


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Judge A. O. Kanner, Judge the two judges' first meeting
of the Second District Courtof when they played baseball r e NEW YORK (AP-The stock Cleveland Electric slipped /J (New Jersey) eased K at 11%;
Appeal. Lakeland, wai hon. together.Sen. market was narrowly mixed in to 33% on 6,400 shares and United Aircraft lost /A at

ored at a retirement dinner at Spessard Holland, who ) moderately active trading at Westinghouse Electric openedon 45%.
the Lakeland Yacht Club last was expected to attend the the opening today. 3,500 shares at 331% followedby Goodyear rose Vt at 4V/t on

night which was attended by meeting, was not present because t Changes of most key stocks a 15,000-share block at the 1,600 shares. _
many of the state's leading of other commitments. s were fractional same price. Chrysler advance % at 41% on
Jurl.lI.The When he was governor he appointed Opening blocks I Included: On 3,000 shares, Ford lost '/ 3,500 shares
main speaker for the Judge Kanner to his American Tobacco, off 4 at at 53%. Radio Corp. fell J4 to Pennsylvania Railroad added
night was Supreme Court Justice first circuit court post ram1jMIfEO 28% on 2,100 shares; Pfizer up 102% on 2,000 shares t/i at 33% on 1,000 shares.
Stephen O'Connell who Attending from the Florida K at 50% on 1.500; and General Opening on 1,500-share transactions Yesterday the Associated
greeted the j Jurists l from Supreme Court besides Justice ftr Motors, unchanged at 79% on General Electric was Press average of 60 stocks rose
throughout the state. O'Connell were Justices Elwyn 4,000. ,unchanged at 85%; Standard Oil .2 to 296.6, a new high.

The dinner was sponsoredby Thomas and Millard F, CaldwelL -
the Lakeland Bar Association kw BLUE CHIPSLATESTOCKS
of which B. J. (Bob)
The First District Court of

vice Langston president Is is president E Snow Mar.The Appeal In Tallahassee was ',. :. 'AA_I; [I."'"

tin Jr. and Edward J. Nolan represented by Chief Judge S KNOW |ti's A
is secretarytreasurer.Judge Wallace E. Sturgess and .. : WELLWNAt | VI?. gAITTUTT... BUT MY WIFE
Judges John T, Wigginton and -
Frank Smith of the iO 1b114,1Y AND 1'p 61Ki 1D BUY It..,. KKl'T EMOTIONALLY
John S. Rawls.Judge .
Orlando Bar Association presented Charles A. Carroll PI6fANT READY FOR 111
Judge Kanner an autographed OVER THI TOP-Thet's Hie-srory .f the United Fend drive .t Mutual Wholesele. where the
represented the Third District
baseball symbolic of Court of Appeal In Miami. c_,..,'. Fair there feel w.i exceeded today ky 12 ,., cent Ar left Is Mermen Lewis, President .v
Others ere M... Virginia H.I..", office menogor, end Howard Mul", ..., bays Manners report end 9,
Vandalism Others Present others brought In re Fund heedquerton yesterday brine the Fund's Fatal to dote to |just ever $JZ,< U

Representing the Florida 000 or 14 Mr ""t.f, the $211.000 sal n
Bar Association was Marshal

PlaguingPolk R. Cassedy of Tallahassee Plane Crash
executive director Chesterfield City To Let: Anglers

H. Smith of Bartow, pres Victim Former I
ParkBARTOW 'Ident-elect, also attended.Representatives Fish From Lake BanksCity *
from the Haven ResidentWINTER I
Vandalism (In Sarasota
Bradenton St. Petersburg
the county-maintained Saddle Clearwater Tampa Attorney J. Hardin over littering by fishermen.At HAVEN-A The
Investor
Creek Park apparently Is and Orlando Bar Associations Peterson Jr. said today that that time residents con young Daily .
causing couhty commissionersa attended the function. he Is preparing an ordinance tended that the parkways were Eastern Air Lines Stewardess,,,

large size headache.In The entire Tenth Judicial revision to permit public fishIng being littered by beer cans, killed early yesterday morn,

order to prevent burglars District made up of Polk, from the banks of Lake and garbage. Ing when the jet plane she was By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. who have bought them.
from stealing the restroom Highland and Hardee Counties, Morton and Lake Holllngs- The antl-littering provisionwill aboard crashed near New Or You have been quite frankIn Such accounts are ".egre-
facilities, commissioners also were in attendance. worth. be a part of the ordinance leans was a former resldenlof I AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE answering questions concern-! gated" and are not used by
installed gates which are All of the judges from the The city commission at Its revision the city attorney said. Winter Haven and Planl t Ing the collapse of Ira Haupt A brokerage firms.

locked at 7 p.m. and openedat Second District Court of Appeal meeting on Feb. 17 Instructed He explained that the ordinance Am Elec ...,,... ......... 1% Co. In reply to one reader, you As a matter of fact in all\
8 '.m. each day In Lakeland' also attended. Peterson to prepare the ordinance revision while banning City. Barnes Eng .....,........ 25V4 wrote that "Wall Street came cases except one the brokeragefirm
However Commissioner Al- They included Chief Judge revision. fishing from privately-owned She was the former Barber. Dorsey Corp ....,........ 7 through" to protect Us reputation through which the Investor
dine Combee yesterday reported Sherman N. Smith Jr.; and Peterson said that the ordinance parkway on Lake Hollings. Delane Norman 21, who had I Faison Sea Dr ....,...,. 143I % and that the New York makes the arrangements to Invest
vandals have torn up Judges William P. Allen, revision will permit worth will allow a fishermanto spent most of her life In Planl Guard Chem .......,.... 10% Stock Exchange pledged millions through MIP does not even
the gate on the Fish Hatchery George T, Shannon and JackF. fishing from the parkways use waders and to fish City with her parents Mr. and I Gulf Am ....,,...,.....,. 4 of dollars to ball out the hold the shares.
Road entrance to the White. owned by the public All of from any part of the lake Mrs. Harold Norman of 210!I Gulf Sulphur ...,....,... 7>4 Haupt customers The exchange, That one exception Is with

park.Commissioners. Judge Kanner's replacement, the parkway around Lake Morton bottom. Meredith Place. Kratter .. ...,.......,.,., 9 by overseeing the liquidation ol Merrill Lynch.Pierce Fenner
discussed f Charles 0. Andrews Jr. of Or. Is owned by the munici The ordinance revision will She was married just three<< Lucky Friday .,.,..,.,.. 30% that big brokerage firm, saw to & Smith the nation's biggest
the problem thoroughly yesterday lando also attended the dingy pality. A considerable partof be presented to the commission days before the fatal crash t o Occidental Pet .......... 28% It that all Haupt customers! who brokerage firm. That firm does
after Combee had re nero Andrews has held the the parkway around Lake at its meeting on Mon. Gary Eubanks, a soldier al I Redwing Carrier ... ..... 10>/ had securities and cash! on deposit hold (again in a segregated account

ported the gate broken. post of State Milk Commission Hollingsworth is privatelyowned. I day. Ft. Bragg N. C Stephan Co ............. 8''% would receive their securities ) the shares Its customers

Combee asked County En. chairman for more than Mrs. Eubanks was a graduate i Syntex ,........,........, 107 and cash have purchased through MIP.
gineer C. W. Fielding to light two years and will take his The present ordinance banning Fletcher Christian nine. other of Plant City High Schoo I: Tampa Elec ....,........ 25V! In another column! you were In all other cases the sharesare
the area around the gate to new post on March 10. fishing from the banks sailors from the "Bounty" and and a student at the Unlver,; Textron Inc ..........,., 414: equally candid when you wrote In segregated accounts of De
move the gate behind the Short speeches praising was passed several years ago 19 Polynesians left Tahiti in 1789 ally of South Florida Ir hat It Is "Improbable but, unfortunately Coppet & Doremus and Carlisle
boat ramp. Judge Kanner were given by by the governing body following secretly to colonize Pitcalrn Is- Tampa. She had been an airline OVER-THE-COUNTER possible" that, If & Jacquclin the two big "odd
Combee theorized that "we representatives of the circuit a storm of protests from land. The Initial settlement has stewardess for a year and MUTUAL FUNDS other brokerage firms collapseIn lot" houses (members of the
don't care for the fishermen courts and bar associations. re.ldenllliving near the lakes grown to more than 150. a half. Affiliated Fund ..... ...., 8.43 the future "nobody will rescue New York Stock Exchange)
going in there" and if the Alico ....... ..... .. .. .. ... 7% the customers." which handle the purchase of
area is lighted potential van- Am Express ............, 38%; Would your answer be differ- shares through M I P and the
deli may be frightened away Auto Merch ......,....., 2 ent In reference to Monthly In. paperwork involved.In .
by the prospect of being seen. Dangers Of Inflation Debt Pointed Out Chase Man Bank ...,..., B5V; vestman Plan accounts! ? Are theory, if Merrill Lynch
Commissioner Floyd Woods Eckerd's Drug ...,...... IS1\%; there any additional safeguardsfor Pierce Fenner & Smith or De
noted a similar problem In Fidelity Fund .,...,....17.07 customers! buying stock( Coppet & Doremus or Carlisle
Christina Park was solved At Credit Stockholder Fla. Gas ..,......,..,.,. 9'Ma. / through MIP7A. & Jacquelin went under some
by allowing the owner of a Group's MeetingBy Pub. Util .......... 23VI The answer must be different investors who have left their
house trailer to live In the fla. Steel ..,..,.......... 9% because Monthly Invest- shares in MIP accounts could

park and act as a watchman. DAVE PRATT to how It meets the challengeof The continuing success of step In finding out the trut Fla. Tel ..,.. ........... 28'Fit. % ment Plan (MIP, for short) accounts -have problems.
Woods stated the county Ledger Staff Writer its time.. America depends on the sue Is to call things by their rightnames" !I Tile ..,......,.,.... lI'lA ar0 handled differently. But honestly, the collapse of
gives the man his utilities in Founders Life ...,..... .,. 7% MIP te a method through any of those three firms Ii about
return for his services as a The president of Georgia "The time has*ome" to talk tiale'sald.He ess et the.Jndivldual'warned, Lang-that Langdale said a Frenchman n I Gulf Life ...,.,.,..,.,.,.. .B7% which It is pol"t- .. the most unlikely thing I can
watchman. State College warned stockholders of ultimate things, said I themselves told him that "eve Incorp Invest ............ '..43I sable to make think of. Everyone who has
Americans take
must once ry
of Gulf-Ridge Production Langdale.illumination'of"We need to have seriously, search out American executive I meet is I Inter City Tel & Tel ...., 49 steady investment taken an unbiased look at MIP
Firemen Credit Association last the our soul the truth and themselves both uninformed and uncommitted Jackson Mln Mart ...... 5% of aa lit. must consider the "safeguards"you
Haven
keep
night that "the miracle of or our mind on our ultimate
Informed. ." Lewis Bus Forms t...... 171/ tie as $40 a are concerned about as being
See Film America" Is being dissipated. survival Americans must sharpen The average farm Investment Nationwide ,,,...,......,, 14',;. month or $40 quite strong.
because of Inflation and indebtedness Langdale referred to newlyemergent their sense of values and today is $83,000 said I A. H. Robbins .. ,... .. ... 40/4 every three Let's look at what happened

WINTER HAVEN-all available which Is pricing countries of Europe shake off smug complacencywhich Langdale-there is too much I Taylor Inst .........,.... 51 months in almost when Ira Haupt ran into its
firemen from the Winter America out of world mar. and aggressively progressing comes with material at stake to lose through "the, T.V. Elec Fund ...... .... 7.93 any of the now famous problems and,
attended four. kets.Dr. Israel as nations overabundance, Langdalesaid. danger of being uninformed' Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21V5 stocks listed on eventual, liquidation.
Haven area a
but Noah Langdale told a which I are "stealing our He echoed Peter Marshall's I Travelers .......... ...... 191 the New York Investors who had left securities .
alarm fire last night they
crowd of about 800 at the
sat and watched it burn. dream. The astonishing progress of prayer, "Oh, God, let them United Ilium ...... .... ... 39 Stock Ex- and cash with that brokerage
just 30th annual dinner of,
The fire was a training film the association at meeting the New He said America Is losing Israel, a nation with no resources stand for something lest they, Universal Foods ...... .. .32 change. Arrangements DOYLE firm had to wait to get
To A Gas Storage its foothold as a world marketing and disadvantages in fall for anything," and Lin Walters Jim ........ ..... 30% to their cash and securities.But .
on "How Fight Civic Center that the futureof
( power especially In location and coln's wartime Indictment, invest through MIP can he Investors who had MIP
"trading position
Fire" and was shown twicein America is in the care of
of made through most members of accounts through Ira Hauptdidn't
exports agricultural "
produce has "You shall either nobly save
arisen "because NEW YORK STOCKEXCHANGE
order that out-of-town firemen each individual and that It Is
because of inflation and every Israeli I've met take.hlm.elf or meanly lose the last best I the New York Stock Exchange. have that problem. Those
could attend and not leave time for a little "abusive in indebtedness.Even hope of earth." When an Investor buys stock MIP Investors were able to sell
their own stations unmanned.The trospection. more than Industry seriously Langdale closed by stressIng Latest II a.m. through NIP the Investor does their stocks and get the cash
film was shown at Station Langdale quoted historian Given Close Price
Example
Langdale said "the miracleof it Is to Americans as have what amounts to "additional ,.if they wanted to.
No.2. Avenue K, Southeast Arnold Toynbee: "Every na up Air Reduction 83: % 56 "
America la on the farm Langdale referred to the ancient Individuals to preserve "the safeguards MIP accounts MIP stood the test of the unhappy

lion will live or die_according_ __ It is the multiplicity of Greeks who said, "If you American dream Andmost Aldens 39 28 39 NS are "cash accounts" Ira Haupt situation. We
Allegheny Ludlum % %
meaning that the shares are must that it will
assume meet
the farmand it can be want something you first must of us cannot even defineIt
Allied Chem 54 53% ,paid for In full by the Investors any tests of the future.
inhibited r, the foolishnessof honor It for what you will honor or articulate it. Allied Stores 58'58%

WHAT IS A "CONDOMINIUM?" our politicians. you will cultivate. The speaker was prefacedby Am Bosch 14'/4' NS I Latest 11 '.m. Latest II '.m.
America owes one trillion, For example he said the reports of Gulf-Ridge Production 6219214
Am Cyanamid Close Price Close Price
asked 400 billion dollars the attor Improvement of American I Credit Association Am Home Prd 64% 84V\
Some frequently Questionsand ney-educator said.Children education will not come with President H. H. Howell General Am Hospital 23 23 Gen Tire 22'22! % Raybestos Man 42% NS

their AnswersQ. To Pay an increase in teachers' salaries Manager R. D. Willis and Am Mach & Frdy 18 18 Gillette 33% 34% Rep Steel 42%! 42%
but through an increasein Director R. L. 'Council that Am Metal Prd 18 NS W R. Grace 49:% 49s R. J. Reynolds 40% 40Vi
What does Con-do-mln-lum( ownership moon? "Who's going to make up the honor and prestige we revealed among other things Am Res & Dev 22% NS Great A & P Tea 35i35% Reynolds Met 351351!/
the difference?" he asked accord teachers. that the association has total
Greyhound S2'$ 52', Rhod Sel Trust
Am 37% 37'/2 e4 V/4
Seating
A. Condominium It a plan of ownership each, applied to multi-unit "It's our grandchildren. Will Americans must not allow assets of $$10.705.739 and net Am Tobacco 29'29'\ Grumman 4J'/4 42% R. C. Cola 50151
apartment buildings, whereby apartment purchoter you be the first generation In themselves to be lulled by earnings in 1963 after taxes, IBM 570 571
owns Title to Ms own apartment. As In the purchase of a Am Tel & Tel 141'141! Safeway Stores 59% 59'/
home or any other real estate, buyer receives a Warranty American history to be hated complacency into a blind conformity Of 8844773. Ampex 15% 15VS Int Harvester 65% 66% Scott Paper 36<,{ 36
Deed and Title Insurance Policy. In addition buyer owns by your grandchildren? Langdale said. D. E. Cannon of San An- Am Mot 16V4 16% IMC 7% NS Seaboard Air R 45% 46Sears
his proportionate share of the community land and facilities. "We must become armed to "What is the prime function tonio, Fla, and R. L. Councilof Ariz Pub Ser 3114 31% Int Min & Chem 69% 70% 105'/4 104'/
fight the fight and surviveto of life? to find the truth Ruskin were re-elected to Int Paper 30'/j' 30'/ Shattuck >
Q. Hew ton this differ from e ce-opererivef. Armco Steel 69% 69% 13/ 13\/
keep our way of life," said and then act upon it." He new terms as members of the Atchis 28% 28% Int Tel & Tel 55 55 Sinclair Oil 46% 47
A. In the usual' co-operative plan, all the "buyer" owns Is, a Langdale. quoted Confucius: "The first board of directors. All Refm top 54'i' Jones & Laughlin 71 71 Socony 72'72V,
membership-shon In corporation which the .
o
owns apartment '
building and the land; and In token of his member Auto Can 13% 13% Kelsey Hayes 38 NS' S. C. Elec & Gas 57% NS
ship-shore he Is permitted to occupy on apartment owned Avco 23% 23% Kimberly Clark 61 61'/ Southern 54% NS
by the corporation of which he I. a stockholder, Beneficial S6'/a 56V4 Kerr-McGee 37Vj 37% Sperry Rand 18 17%
Beth Steel 34:% 34% Korvette 34'35', % Spiegel 31% 31%
Is Condominium better?
Q. Why ewmrshle Blaw-Knox 26% 26% Lear-Siegler 14 13% Std Oil Cal 61% 61'/4

A. If the co-op corporation foils to pay Its mortgage payments, Borg-Warner 47 46% Llggette & Myers 77 76% Std Oil Ind. 64% 64%
or Its taxes, or Is otherwise In debt th. stockholder might Brunswick 10'10''/ Litton mode 71'/i! 71'/i! Std Oil. N. J. 82 81%
find his shore worthless, or saddled with additional assessments Burlington 45 NS Lone Star Gas 22% 22% Sunray Oil 31 31'/'
and h. might be obliged to vacate his apartment If {/ /, ,7 't'It Burroughs 22% 22Cat /' Loral Elec 8'4 8'/i' Tenn Gas & Trans 20% 20:%
the corporation Is foreclosed against.In lnh. '
P. Lorrillard 4r% 45'/j
: Tractor 51% 51% Texaco 75 74%
a Condominium, each Individual apartment Owner imaasessagepW 1 osrerao4 Celanese 63% 63% Madison Fd 20 19fl Texas Gulf Sul 23i23 I%
may place his own mortgage on hs own apartment if he tr bay Mg7tlm 1"t Moe, Ie 1W"n Chemetron: 26% 26% Magnavox 37'NS' Tidewater 39:% 39 Vi
chooses, but he ,Is liable only for his Individual 1 obligation 1e7rt... F, so +ut..oatr Jhes & Ohio 72 70% Marquardt 9'/2' NS Tractor Sup 23 221.
and only his own taxes. He Is NOT responsible for the defaults

Martin Marietta 19% 19%
1 Union
41 37
Chrysler 40% / Bag NS %
of the developer or of the other apartment owners.
Cin: Gas & Elec 25% 25% McCrory 12% 12% 1 Union Oil 79% NS
Cities Ser 67>/i NS McKesson 43<4 NS 1 Union Pac 39% 39/
Enjoy; the safety and security of Individual Coca Cola 118% NS Merck 119\ % H9'/4' 1 Union Tank 46% 36%
Condominium Colgate Pal 41'42 Minn. Hnwl 136 134'% 1 United Fin 26% 26%
ownership of '
Collins Rad 19'/a' NS MMM 68 68'/ 1 United Fruit 20% 20%
Columbia Gas 29129' % Montg Ward 37% 37% I US. Ind 8% 8%
Com Credit 3T39% Nat Biscuit 61i/j rQ:1,4: 1 U.S. Rubber 50% 51
l \ lAND Con Edison 82'83 Nat, Can 16 16 1 U.S. Steel 56156%
UKCO.l Con Foods 47V4 47% ;Nat Dairy 6914 fc9V$ 1 Upjohn 56% 57%
Consumer Por 47V4 47Vi .Nat Fuel 32'32! % 1 Vendo IB"NS
Cont Can 43% 43% I Nat Gypsen 46% 46',$ 1 Warner-Lambert 25% 25%
Cent Oil 62 61% ]Nat Tea 14% 14% 1 W. Air Brake 31% 31'/
Ctrl Data 87'88''/ I Nla-Mohawk 52%! 51 tf Westinghouse 1 33'4 33%
Sales Agent HAUGER REALTY Corn Prds 62>/ 62% I Okla Gas & Elec 28% 29 1 Winn Dixie 30% 30%
I ,6 Crown: Cor k 29129! % I ICurtls..WrIRht Outboard Marine 16'/ 18 1 Woolworth 71% 714!
1600 Lake Parker Drive, West, Lakeland 18318% I Pac Gas & Elec 31>/ 31% J Xerox 78% 79
Den & Rio R R 21% 21% I Pan Am Sulphur 26% 26% j Zenith Rad 78\% 78%
Telephone : 686.5191 De Soto Chem 21% NS I Parke Davis 34Vj 34%
Dr, pepper 533NS. Penney, J. C. 45% 46
Soles silica and model apartment, bsavtifullyfvrnlshtd Dres.er Inds 27% Z7Va Pepsi Cola 50 50" Bartow Woman

by Mather ef Lsksland DuPont 25914 259% Pfizer 50 NS Sent To Prison
Eastman Kodak 12611261% Phila Elec 3314 33
open every day from 10 cuit. fo 6 p.m. Gamble Skgmo 30% NO Phillip Morrill 74 73 r

for your inspection. Ga Pac 80 NS Phlllipi Pet 4714 47% BARTOW A 28-year-old
DINNER CONVERSATION crowd .f shout 100 stockholders end families from the sevencounty Gen Elec 85'4 85\10.\ Phelphs Dodge 611 65 Bartow woman yesterday was :
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments, 1, 1'/I & 2 Baths eel served by Culf-Ridge Production. Credit Associotio .tt...".. the AssociotioH's ennuoldinner Gen Fonda 89% 89% Piper Air 45% NS sentenced to one year in state !.
From $9,950 and $45 Per Month .....,.... end 30th .".1.._" cemmentoretie lost night to hoer Dr. Nook L.......* .f Gen Inst 12% 12'4 Pit Plate mall 58 58 prison on a forgery charge

Another superb ererfreet Condominium eportment Assess president; ef Geereio Srote College. .,..... From loft ere Gulf-Rid5. F'CA Vice President Gen Motors 79% 79% Proctor Gamble 82% 82% Dreams Jenkins, of Bartow
development by twit. Z. Menu Or ..._!tom D. I. Conned .f Son Antonio; ; President H. H. Hewell .f Lektlond. ; Dr. Leitfdolo end DirectorAuitin Gen Tel & Elect 32t 32Vi Pub Srv Elec & Gas 78% 77% was charged with forging/ a
T. Roce Jr., .f Winter Hove*. (Ledger Photo by Perkini) Gen Time lZ NS Pure Oil 43/ 431 ,check for $47.50 last Dec. 30.


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Into the batter. brown in the same 3 minute, dry ingredients and apple
FUM1GANT [when brown 'n serve a.usaeIUnkl soaking liquid mixture. Beat ,just enough
and apple pancakes an Folks who favor potato pancakes aliened for the eggs to mix Ingredients. Pour Into 11

baked together. A baking did will find that this oven- OVEN, BAKED APPLE PANCAKES by T by Hi) Inch baking dish
replace he griddle and rescue baked verskw with sausage *N SAUSAGE which has been lightly rubbed

,mom from flipping flapjack. link Is a main <*iah to serve Yield: I servings with shortening. Arrange sausages '
The hearty sausage topped on the batter, Bake in avery
| a NEW way square served piping hot with with pride. TU wellMasonedsauaages 1 package (V4 pound) Brown hot oven (450 degree F )

fogetrWofROACHESANTS syrup are great for compallYbrunch peek out between 'n Serve Sausage Links for IS minutes.
or family upper too. mounds of the fluffy egg and 3 tablespoons melted butteror Cut into square and serve hot
The trick to preparing Ibis potato mixture to tempt the eye margarine with butter and syrup.
easy-do dish I iI to UM brown 'n aa well as the appetite. 2/3 milk OVEN BAKED POTATO PAN
serve iauage These links or Brown 'n serve sausages are, cup
mss "- """".. ....... ... are fully cooked so there versatile companions to many 1 ell well beaten CAKES WITH SAUSAGE
4h.h ..,... a .-.wooM..... patties* no need to get out the skillet foods such as macaroni and 1 cup sifted flour Yield: 9 to I servings
nits enntt Mouse WITH so* before cheese or baked beans. When 1 package (V4 pound) Brown'N ''
the 2 r
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IllltHO KM" WWII YOU SMOFotmin scrambled Serve Sausage Link '; ,, ,, ,
the pancake fried or eggs are on
It la placed atop
2 teaspoons baking powder
3 grated potatoes .
mixture Likewlae. there Is no the menu, these hand/ fully.G cup A
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Punch a small hole In the for' 5 minutes. Combine rest ofngredient
Supply, Hardware and .RQ c I bottom of that can of cranberry *. Spoon potato mixture
leading Grocery (tore*. jelly before removing around sausage links but

M',. by f.t dwmiccb, I.., ;PURE EGC I the top with a wall-type open not covering them. Bake In a
JY00D er. This method allows the hot oven (421 degrees F.) for
canned fresh
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jelly to slip out of the can about IS minutes. Cut In squares NEW TOMATO SAUCE with
easily and serve hot. fish in the year 'round taste treat. Potato slices are prepared the "cold-ltart" way

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930 N. Florida Ave. 2110 New Tampa Hwy. Pear and N. Dakota Switzerland hasn't smooth white cheese topping. I (S. ounce) package Swig L
and cheese dices
Serve with canned carrots
yet turned Into the deep-set
fishing capital of the world slices of potato French fried the 2 tablespoons bread crumbs I
but their famous nutlike cheese new "cold-start" way. Enjoy Saute onion and garlic In pure I
AT LOWEST PRICES combines with frozen green cool contrast with t fresh fruit vegetable oil; combine with tomato .
MEATS
QUALITY vegetables and savory canned salad made ofipples, pineapple,' sauce with mushrooms, t
tomato sauce with mushroom almonds, celery and mayonnaise egg, crabmeat and parsley. '
Place the following layer Intoa I
most of seafood dressing
to endow any type j

I WESTERN FIRST CUT PORK II IIII Swiss with Fish welcome Casserole new flavor ls easy SWISS FISH CASSEROLE !inches buttered): /i casserole the crab-tomato dish (8x8x3 mix* I

to fix anytime because all Its (Strvlngs' -4) ture, /i the asparagus pieces (or
CI varied Ingredient are standard 1 Tablespoon pure vegetable spinach) and V4 the cheese II',

shelf items and you can oil slices. Repeat layers. Sprinkletop L I
II substitute freely, using any Vi cup minced onion of casserole with bread
I canned fish you have on hand /j clove garlic,, minced crumbs. Bake at 350' F. for 35 p'
(tuna, salmon, etc.) or even I (Bounce) can tomato liuce minutes or until heated through I I''
\ 25 fresh fish that has been cookedin with mushrooms end browned on top. Serve on '
advance. 1 egg, slightly beaten toast points. .
cffon crabmeat, .Tuna, Salmon may be used
Rich red canned tomato sauce 1 (7/ oJ\Ince) can I
with mushrooms adds good seasoning drained same size can. About 1VJ cupsof ,
to any fish you choose 1 tablespoon minced parsley cooked fish in small pieces !

set off by a bright green 1 (10-ounce) package asparagus may.also be substituted. '
Lb.I I vegetable. Bread crumbs add pieces or spinach Package of peat may be I.
crisp brown texture to the (thawed)** used Instead. !



What's Cooking For A Winter Party? I

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GOOD-STALL-FED-STEER LYKES FRESH GROUNDFull When a group of men and brown sugar and butter go with 1 can (8% ounce) pitted lightsweet i{

Cut Tender Club BUDGET SLICED women come to your house for the When fruit.we tried this rule at our 4 Winesap cherries or Delicious apple !
party refreshment after playing (pared, cored and cubed; )
house, It reminded u* of hot !
or watching winter i sports. Juice of 1 lemonVJ
without the
; ROUND SIRLOIN STEAK what's new to serve? buttered rum Innova- teaspoon nutmeg I
ruml Maybe culinary
Mainstay fare can be easy ton among your guests would /i teaspoon cinnamon '
c c B E E F and usual: make-yourown saod- enjoy pouring on that spirit. If /i teaspoon cloves I.
79 69 BACON firmly-packed brown
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79 wiches and Hrve-younelf..lad. so, you can have the liquor on cup (
with loads of relishes and a va hand and let those who will addit sugar
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which guest can pick and suit their own taste.If 1ft cup halved seeded grapes
choose. you've never made a hot 2 large banana, sliced thick I
The something new can be the Drain and mix together all I i'
fruit compote, and they seem to I
Chuck All Meat Rump dessert Hot Spiced Fruit Compote -, be popular in this country, you the syrup from the canned fruit;
and the following recipe might have a rehearsal and cut reserve Itcups of the syrup. I
ROAST STEW ROAST Ibs. C makes 16 servings. Cookie taste this recipe In half. In this case, (Use the remaining syrup in I I
3 $1 i 3lbs.99 good with It. use threepound cans and one some other dish or beverage)
This large-size dessert calls 5'4-ounce can of fruit, choosing Turn the drained canned fruit E
for both canned and fresh fruit,' from the varieties listed. The into a 2 -quart casserole. Mix
49 69; 59 a pleasant combination. Spices, rest of the ingredient divide the apples with the lemon juice :
easily except for the brown and add. In a 1-quart saucepan: I I
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lark? We added the light, but the butter; heat gently, stirring
WESTERN MEATY SPARE we Imagine the dark could be 'often, until blended; pour over ,
+; C LowCalories used just a* well canned fruit and apples; mix

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FRUIT COMPOTE Bake, covered, in a moderate
I can (1 pound) peach halves ((350 degrees) qven until very
1 can (1 pound) apricot halves hot about 20 minutes. Gently
1 can (8 4 ounces) pear halves mix in the grapes and bananas ;
1 By GAYNOR MADDOX ,i can (a 3/; ounces) pineapple and serve at once. Makes 18 ;
Newspaper Enterprise Ann.I tidbit I serving

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her fat and Iii I
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A-Dr. Philip L. White, writIng an intriguing breakfast, you half for serving.
In the Decembef Issue of may want to repeat it sometime While omelet U cooking, heat
HERSHEY'S ORFLORIDA Today' Health states: for lunch. It'l a great answer remaining Tomato Sauce with
N "In soft drinks of this type, or
to the "what FRESH GREEN ARMOUR'SARMIX FANCY nonnutrltive sweeteners replace different" problem far lazy Sunday chives. Serve a* sauce over
the sugar conventionally brunches. omelet.
used for flavor and body. morning
LONG GRAIN CRYSTALSCABBAGE I Nonnutntlve sweeteners are You'll particularly enjoy the
color and flavor contrast of tin
compounds that produce a Tomatoes Are
aensation of sweetness but are rich, egg-and-cheese combination -
not utilized by the body to topped by spicy red canned
yield calories. A sixounceserving tomato sauce with mushroom). Stuffy ButDelicious
SUGAR of a'carbonated soft -a new canned cooking inlred-
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average about 80 calorie chopped chives adds an identity
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be quite significant for those Serve with hot toast and You don't have to claim Scandinavian -
who are concerned about their grapefruit with perhaps ancestry to enjoy those 1
5 Ibs. 59clb. weight and are accustomedto some meaty little link sausageson small delicious I sardines I from
5 Ib. drinking several bottles of the side.CHEESE. the icy waters of Norway sfiords.
4 9c the regular beverage per day. OMELET WITH Nor be a nutritionist to
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Can ought to reduce some of the lource of flavorful protein. Nor
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2 Tablespoons or
OR MORE PURCHASES often voiced by physiciansand monotony-shattering recipe.
dentist Soft drinks are margarine CHILLED TOMATO AND
not substitutes for the more I eggs NORWAY SARDINESI
I nourishing beverages-Juicesand (8-ounce) can tomato sauce ( portions)
I milk."' with mushrooms4 3 ((3>{-oz.) can Norway
FLORIDA GRADE "A" LARGE I Q-My son b very underweight */ cup grated Cheddar cheesel sardines

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I give him liquid diet food chives 3 heart of celery
C his regular Salt to taste
te supplement Vi
pint mayonnaise
Heat butter in skillet With
be used Ilk.th.l finely
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physician. chopped
your heese. Pour into skillet. Cook
children because
foods appeal to Salt pepper to taste
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they are Cut the tops off the
gently lift with fork to allow
soda fountain flavors-orange ometoes and scoop out the
malt, cherry. iquid to run to bottom. ConDON'T of
dozen
chocolate >ulp. Dice all but a
These foods are helpful IIbetweenm.al he sardine and combine with
snack because SKIM 'elery: chives and mayonnaise.
Doz. they contain balanced quantities If you are making hot I Fill the tomatoes with this,
I of protein, carbohydrate chocolate (from cocoa or nurture. Sprinkle the tops of
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required for sound nutrition. any film that form at eggs and top each tomato
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Cooking Gourmet Goodie For Spring BrunchA Menu Lack Zip? Try I


pre-Lenten visit to New Orleans -

Is te Inspiration for this: Serving Bran Breads
tempting brunch menu In the
Is Fun French style Serve Eggs A La ?

Suiiie for your family' Easter I I If a menu lacks Up* how can I J'/4 teaspoons baking powder
breakfast, or make this dish the you enliven itt Add an unusual I H teaspoon salt
star of any special-occasion I quick bread. Make It a brea I tcup sugar
r eBciur MOWNIsTpN$ brunch, with the nutlike goodness of i H cup orange marmalade
The recipe for eggs baked bran, and variety and last appeal Combine cereal and milk; let
FAMILY SUPPER FRIDAY FARE with Swiss cheese la almost a are assured. stand until most of moisture Is

We've revived a good recipe I Baking fish In foil saves pan classic one known In other To a homey meal of baked I taken up. Add egg and shortening .
a for !hearty individual casseroles, washing! areas as well ai In New Orlesni. I beans and frankfurters" add I ; beat well. Sift together
1 Western Casseroles Cream of Tomato Soup To serve four you need 4 eggs Fruit Bran Bread Although' I flour, baking powder, salt and
I Salad Bowl Crusty Rolls Fish Sticks with \\ pound of Swiss cheese plus baked this quick loaf bread U I sugar. Add to first mixture
1 Fruit Beverage Mushrooms and Onion seasonings and cream or half reminiscent of steamed Boston, stirring only until combined.
Western Casseroles Mashed Potatoes Green Peu milk and half cream The preparation brown bread with molasses flavor Spread in greased 9 x 9-Inch
1 tablespoon oil Bread Tray is simple, so don't be and raisins or Put dates baking pan. Place spoonfuls of
% cup chopped onion Fruit\ Bowl Beverage afraid (o attempt this gourmet Made with whole bran cereal, marmalade on top pressing
1 cup diced celery FISH STEAK WITH Swiss the moist bread U also with, lightly Into dough.
1 clove garlic, crushed MUSHROOMS AND ONION I cheese goes Into the fresh fruit a nice change for a Bake in moderately hot oven
I pound ground chuck beef 4 Fish steaks (about 2 bottom! of each ramekin or lunchbox dessert (400 degrees F.) about 25 min
I cats (I pound 3 ounces) pounds), ?( to I Inch thick lines the biking dish If makingthe Another ready-to-eit bran cereal utes. Cut into squares and serve
tomatoes 1 tablespoon butter or I four servings In one contain- gives Marmalade Pan immediately.
cornmeal margarine er. Additional Swiss cheese Bread IU characteristic flavor Yield 9 Mnch squares.
cup yellow
4 2 small onions, sliced thin and shredded Is sprinkled' over the and appearance Use whole bran
1 can (1 pound) whole kernel RAISIN BRAN GEM
separated Into rings seasoned eggs topped with cereal with wheat germ to make
drained
corn 1 can (6 sliced time is served, 2 cups raisin bran flakes
sliced olives ounces) cream. Baking short, so this brunch bread. When
!j cup salt ripe mushrooms plan to serve' Eggs A La Suisse each square will be. centered !{ cup milk
2 teaspoons M teaspoon (alt on short notice rather than resorting with a topping of orange mar 1 ell
1 tablespoon Worcestershiresauce vi U soft shortening
4 teaspoon pepper to ordinary scrambled malade cup
',{ cup heavy cream) eggs Muffins to perk up a ham Vi cup finely chopped pared
Cheddar cheese
grated
cup Place fish in center of a large To bring forth extra l In a medium skillet, heat the sheet of | cup sifted flour
heavy foil In an 8-Inch and ".ha" from guests around Gems. Raisin bran flakes combines -
I oil. Add the onion, celery, garlic ., skillet melt butter; add onions brunch table with chopped apples and 2U teaspoons baking powder
your plan aFrenchstyle
I and beef; cook mixture\ and mushrooms and cook lightly with spices to give the muffins a U teaspoon saltteaspoon
I crumbling beef with a fork, just I ; arrange over fish. Sprinkle Pour juice menu as an care.. PLAN A DELIGHTFUL springtime brunch around Eggs A La Sui.... Serve the eggs with a novel flavor. Sprinkle cinnamon I cinnamon
j until meat loses Its red color.I with salt and pepper. Pour orange Then bring out Eggs appetizer. A "mixed grill" of mushrooms, oysters and tomatoes sauteed In butter while the eggs bake." sugar over the muffins before 1,1 teaspoon nutmeg
I Mix */{ cup of the tomato Juice cream over. Bring two sides of La Sulsse In Individual baking for a glistening coating >,4 cup sugar
I with the cornmeal. In a saucepan oil[ up to meet make drugstorefold
If muffins left
are over
kins, accompanied by a any *

I and juice heat; remaining add cornmeal tomatoes mix make; roll tight over package.ends Bake of foil on to a lightly ing "mixed breaded grill oysters of r.m"l I r Cook Scallops The French WayBy I wrap freeze In them aluminum to be a breakfast foil and 1 tablespoon sugar
1teaspoon cinnamon
ture; cook and stir until thick- shallow pan In a moderate (175 surprise another day reheating
all sauteed in
I ened-about 5 minutes. Add degrees) oven until fish I Is cooked matoes them in the foil directly from Combine raisin bran flakes,
drained corn olives, salt and through-30 to 40 minutes Oysters are the choice if you CECILY BROWNSTONE broth Quarter each scallop Into 6 scallop or other baking the freeier. milk, egg and shortening; beat
Worcestershire. Mix well. Turn Makes 4 to 6 servings. plan a meatless meal otherwise Associated Press Food Editor (chunk-style) and reserve.In shells; sprinkle with buttered well Stir In apples. Sift together
Into 6 Individual casseroles (at SATURDAY LUNCH wind out the "mixed grill with Interest in French cuisine goes the clean bread crumbs. Bake In a hot (400 FRUIT BRAN BREAD flour, baking powder
least I cup capacity). Sprinkle This simple sandwich sill ham bacon or chicken liven. on and on. Now wen askedhow saucepan over degrees) oven until bubbling hot 1 cup whole bran cereal salt spices and sugar. Add to
' with cheese. Bake In a moderate please all 'ges.Blick ,To carry out the New Orleans to prepare French-style low heat melt the remaining 3 and crumbs are golden about 1 cup cut, pitted dates or first mixture, stirring\ only until
(375 degrees) oven about 30 Bean Soup theme, serve light flaky French scallops and mushrooms, the tablespoons butter; stir In the 10 minutes. Mikes > servings. I seedless raisin combined. Fill greased muffin
minutes. Serve front casseroles Egg Relish Sandwiches croissant (crescent rolls) with dish that Is rich and cre.my,1 flour. Add the reserved 1 cup : To prepare the buttered U cup molasses pans 2/1: full.Combine .
I Makes 6 servings. Chocolate Pudding Beverage butter and tall glasses of Ice- and served In scallop shells I scallop broth and the cream; IJCIr: crumbs, remove the 'i tablespoon shortening sugar and cinnamon;
: EGG RELISH SANDWICHES cold milk. For the sauce some good cook and stir constantly over crusts from 1 slices of firm- 1 cup boiling water sprinkle over each muffin. BakeIn
PARTY FARE I I hard-cooked eggs, coarsely EGGS A LA SUISSB French cooks use dry white vermouth low heat until thickened. Add type white bread and crumb; 1 egg, slightly beaten moderately hot oven (400 degrees
Here's a pate to whip up In a chopped 4 Servings instead of the usual white the sauteed mushrooms and ,mix with a tablespoon two of 2 cups sifted flour F.) about 23 minutes.
hurry when guest drop In Vt cup finely diced celery Buttered shallow baking dish,' wine and this we follow here. cooked quartered scallops. Spoon ,melted butter I. 1 teaspoon baking soda Yield: 11 muffins 2tf 'Inches
Cracker Tray Cheese Tray tt cup drained sweet pickle OR Individual ramekins But if you have a bottle of dry H teaspoon salt In diameter
Nut Bowls Relish Tray relish Preheated ISO oven. white wine on hand that Is to be */ cup sugar
Shrimp with Cocktail Pip 1/3 to H cup mayonnaise' V4 pound Swiss cheese opened, you may of course want Cranberries Used In Vi cup chopped walnuts
Quick Pate Beverages 1 tablespoon prepared yellow 4 eggs to use it. Measure bran cereal dates Pravda Admits
Quick Pate mustard 4 teaspoon salt This Is a rich dish. Crusty Orange Muffin RecipeLike molasses and shortening Into
1 chicken livers, (about J4 /4 teaspoon salt Dash of pepper French bread, a cooked green mixing bowl; add boiling w.ter.1 Mine
pound) White pepper Dash of nutmeg ,vegetable, and a tossed salad stirring until combined. Let Explosion
2 tablespoons butter or I thin slices bread 1/3 cup cream or half and half are the only accompanimentsneeded. muffins for breakfast? li cup milkComNne stand until moat of moisture
margarine Mix eggs celery pickle relish, (half milk half cream) Then try this simple recipe cranberries, orange i. taken up about S minutes. Caused DeathsMOSCOW
1 can (4/ ounces) liver spread mayonnaise mustard salt and Shred enough cheese to give using fresh cranberries: rind and U cup of the sugar. Stir in egg. Sift together flour,
1 tablespoon brandy pepper to taste. Make sandwiches FRENCH-STYLE SCALLOPS FRESH CRANBERRYORANGEMUFFIN soda, salt and sugar Add to
i4 cup; slice remaining and arrange Set aside. Sift. together flour, ai Pravda Tuesday
Halve livers cutting away dl of bread and egg Mime 'In baking dish. Break AND MUSHROOMS first mixture together with wal.
(15 muffins) salt and baking powder. Set reported a mine explosionin
viding membrane. In a skillet COMPANY SUPPtRHere's ,eggs, one at a time, Into a saucer 1 pound medium-small nuts, stirring only until com the Soviet Union that caused
aside. Blend soda and
coarsely ground
lcup. vanilla
a dessert to add dramato pure bined. Spread In greased t'/i x
the .
and cook
heat the butter dinner for I then slip onto cheese slicesSprinkle mushrooms fresh cranberries extract with shortsningGradually lOll of life, something the Soviet
livers in it. Dice liven and add your guests. with salt, pepper and 8 tablespoons butter tablespoon grated fresh mix In rem.lnlnacup U SVS-lnch loaf pan. government almost never admiu. .
Roast Chicken thawedif Bake In slow even (325 d*- '
to liver spread with drippingsfrom nutmeg. Pour on cream. Sprinkle 1 pound sea scallops rind Beat In Add .
Curried orange sugar. egg
Rice Broccoli F.) about 50 minutes or
Re frozen grees
Mix tn brandy. on remaining cheese and
pan. The Communist Central
flour mixture
Tossed 4 sugar alternately with party
Salad Bread cup
Tray vermouth until done. Cool thoroughly before
white
frigerate. bake 12.15 minutes.MENU J cup dry
Hot Apple-Fig Compote 2 cups sifted all-purpose milk. Stir In cranberries slicing.Yfeld Committee and the governmentsent
FAMILY DINNER Beverage 14 cup water flour Line 2'/inch cupcake pans condolences to families
1 loaf.MARMALADE
Orange Juice 1 bay I.artellpoon i salt with liners : and coworkers of miners the
Peanuts taste good with vegetables HOT APPLE-FIG COMPOTE teaspoon paper cupcake or at
large Delicious apples Mixed Grill"Mushrooms 1/4 liltIII l'/4 tesspoons double-acting use well-gressed lightly-floured PAN BREAD Kapltal" mine in the Vorkuta
Boneless Pork Shoulder Butt 1 teaspoon lemon juice Oysters and teaspoon white pepper baking powder cupcake pane Add butter, filling\ 1 cup whole bran cereal with region. The party newspapersaid
Yam Puff '/i cup butter or margarine Tomatoes 3 tablespoons flour V4 teaspoon soda pane 'A full. Bake In a pre. wheat germ methane gas exploded
|4 cup pecan balyesii Croissant BU;lr 1 cup light cream 1 teaspoon pure vanilla heated moderate oven (375 degrees %'cup milk there.
Brussels
.Special Bread\ Tray Sprouts cup brown suglr, firmly Milk Buttered soft bread crumbs extract ) 21 minutes or until done 1 egg The number of dead and the
Bever.eSpecl.1 packed Wipe or wash mushrooms V{ cup shortening, melted Serve for breakfast lunch, 54 cup soft shortening date of the accident were not
Ginger Cake Ji teaspoon cloves I lean, and dry; slice medium egg supper or tea. I cup lifted flour given.
Brussels Sprouts Glenn Receives .
their
: thin. If stems are long
1 can (10 ounces) ksdota figs,
1 quart basket (1 IVi pounds) ends may be sliced separately
well drained and halved
Brussels sprout AwardSOUTH rounds. In 10-Inch skillet
I tablespoons brandy, if Patriot Into a
Boiling water desired heat 2 tablespoons of the butter \,

2 teaspoons Halt Peel l, core and thickly lice BEND, Ind. (AP) ; add mushrooms and cook
3 tablespoons butter or apples; sprinkle with lemon Marine Lt. Col. John H. GlennJr. rapidly and briefly so as not .

margarine ulc*. Melt butter In a 10-inch has been cited by the Univ- to gather juices; reserve. .
pepper to taste :ikillet. Add apples, and pecan situ of Notre Dame senior class Wipe scallops with a damp
U cup chopped roasted peanuts i halves and cook stirring often, .. "one of the Intrepid voysg cloth. Turn Into a saucepan with
Wash and trim Brussels I until apples are transparent era of the ages." the vermouth water bay leaf, Mother.want
sprouts. Soak 20 minutes In cold, Stir In sugar and cloves; add Glenn first American to orbit salt and pepper Bring just to
lilted water using 1 quart water I figs and stir gently until figs the earth and now a candidatefor the boiling point and simmer until .
and 1 teaspoon of the salt are: hot. If brandy Is used heat, Ohio's Democratic nomination just opaque through five >
Drain rinse in cold water and ;light and pour flaming over for U.S. senator, received minutes or longer; do not overcook
place in a saucepan with 1 inch I ruit.( Serve with vanilla Ice he class's 11th annual Patriot. or scallops will toughen.
hotline water and the remaining ,cream. Makes 6 to 8 servings. am Award Monday night.. Drain and reserve 1 cup of the
1 teaspoon salt. Bring to boilIng 6 free

point and boil, uncovered 5 I .
minutes. Cover and continue T V M tf 7 vd
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cooking 10 to U minutes or un-
til crisp-tender Drain If neces 1'
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cooked sprouts along with pepper t

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Wednesday Feb 21, IB4 Chile 0Eo
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Name Changed Parents Should Try FIGURE
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Indian Angered To Be 'Expressive'By 1.. VOGUETHIS
JOSE M. ORLANDO 4 YEAR '

HELENA. Mont. AP Crow Associated Press Writer A t'
( )- 4CAhh o e
chieftain Henry Oldcoyoie told George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. SANTIAGO Chile (AP) A

the Montana Highway Commli leftist pediatrician is trying to

ion Tuesday there It a natural I replace his dead father as con.
rock formation the Indiana always CASE R-411: Mary O, aged of his hostility from you parents gressman In a special election M1.rff .
32 la the of
her .
president
called Hole.In-Rock. March IS His showing will
"Then the National Park Servo PTA. If you mothers expect to throw some light on whether the
ice came along and changed the 'Dr Crane' ahe began "I clean up the kitchen after din. presidential election later this

name to Jughandle," he laid wish you'd come to our convention ner but would like some help give Chile to the '
year may com- MrUIEt>rvavrP! Al M7 i./us rxLemvAN7Cwt rNEY AxYJWTNER
"1 don't know why" and from your child, give him two munlsu. lire ATUMMER AWAY 7A?AN/MA!! OWTaotCW MASIaR' eAtr
give us a talk ] choices While four presidential candidates HEIROUSy- aswgr GUwe DvI s ESa-rArs7t VM i
on child psychology ,e eAVVrAC><-NeMuereselWrlfH
"Would you rather wash the are already campaigningin r I 1tZrwArr
DRIVE-IN THEATRES dishes or dry them?" you can full awing for Sept, 4 ballot' r I

OMN CilS-SHOW 7:00 "What lath: II Ing four other men are in a c.,
Tanifhri Tli. NialitT mark w el ask."Which would you rather race for national congress seat III IIIeI1

G* Our T. A Mavla should shoot at j do," you can also Inquire from amall Curlco Provence.The i i'k

STARTS TONITE be if we want toj. "carry out the garbage pail seat was left vacant last rr
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parents or go to the store for groceries month by the death of Oscar
? Naranjo, of the proCommunistfront
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known FRAP. prIr
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the minor de Son CandidateHis '
employ
Hut Drhil? Showing! parent should you
try to become DR' CRANE cision" that we recommend In son Dr Oscar 32 Is
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an "expressive" instead of a modern salesmanship one of the candidates Like his k / T, + e tlt ,

Gary Audrey "repressive" father or mother father the doctor belongs to r
the Moscow. leaning Socialist ,

Grant Hepburr The repressive parent shouts For salesman when a approaches vacuum sweeper the Party one of five groups In the irl.Eltp' Ear r NoW t lD 1 1UU EVER I

: "No, no, no" much of the dotted line he hurdles Communist led Popular Action aMa:: UP W/TH/ A 1'ati, f ixiufKNt7W.
stage Front (FRAP), He was nominated ....
rJj time the major Issue of: by all the FRAP parties LEAP NAME LIKE IT JUST CM'1QTb I
he makes the '
Charade Thus youngster "Do you want to buy ordon't However the front runner so ME.,.,
a robot who Is being far .
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you? salesman Rodolfo '
r! 'StVWY DONCNM*. coerced or masterminded conIlantly shock Ramirez 41 ---
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For that you a conservative He
LA by the adult generation out of the semi-hypnotic trance la supported by the centrist '

Ummmiwm .TKMNICOtOrpiua that a good sales interview three.party ruling coalition of I
Children resent such coercion amounts to. President Jorge Alessandrl The
loT n.21 ONLY
loll HopaLucilla which Is why we often So the salesman tactfully other nominees, are Mario Fuen !j

Bell find the rowdiest college freshmen gives you TWO minor choices: zalida 42, owner of an electrical e1? j jj
"f ANCY PANTS" COLOR are those from repressive "Would you prefer delivery appliance firm of the power. '

I homes Saturday morning In time for fill, moderately leftist Christian ..IK. MnY" en...,wM I UA \ a
Occasionally, for example, the weekend cleaning or Democratic parly, and Americo ++YNYAM/L llIs
Z a dominant business executiveor would Monday be O.K.?" Porcile, SO, a rightist indepen Isa

rau,". school principal or even a When a child Is thus given dent Naranjo Ramirez and .

TONITE and THURSDAY clergyman may have a college a choice, even though the two Funzalida are presently memo ?IN1. ...,- ., 1 a.he{
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MU01ON IN COLOR government **
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usual rules for orderly TRlvi
LO AT S U ONLY conduct. campus has been free to decide on his known as the Democratic front, = :;J'q .t. Ok {:" .. Ill
Adult Entertainment was far ahead in Curico In the .I- 00
own course of action. '' i' 11fo
"CAPE FEAR" One of the simplest ways to last nationwide voting last Ap .. fi:' ,
a. avoid being a repressive parent rill It polled 11,000 votes In the : \ Ill

is to remember this simple Repressive parents bluntly province a showing that gives :: : : ,I 1 uo Is

i iiiTONIGHT rule: order a child around. Ramirez an apparent lead for < : I _hoI n1W
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the March election The > f'J' \ '
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choices whenever possible This Is a very vital distinction Christian Democrats polled 5- d. :' '. ...
COLOR PROGRAMCA.R >I
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Even if he is to be punished, fate...
roe tan : Curico, a pint-sized
let him choose between a repressed child may seem agrlcul
"BACHELOR FlA," spanking versus sitting in the very submissive and obedient.But tural province 150 miles south of .
TUKSDAV WILD corner for 30 minutes deep Inside he may be Santiago with 105.000 people is
seething with revolt which a traditional rightist stronghold
tea ONLY
For that "generous" offer of he mostly because of the influenceof _rMr
5 Wttki In 0 Balloon" flairs up as soon as gets
HID BUTTONS letting him become a partnerin away from home big landowners Naranjo has .
the decision, diverts some Send for my 200 point dubbed it "the kidney of Chilean : l .............. ... ? ,
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closing long stamped return election to Congre-sIUin- was;

/ NOW SHOWING envelope, plus 20 cents and helped by the fact that non left'' I

rate yourself by this yardstick 1st parties did not vole together ; Stars

UWNTGWN BobIIope then.
Although Ramirez has a nominal s rpi
O/EN 12teS lead for the i isi1Y
special election
q Game Warden political winds in Chile are ,
Impel
shifty 114

J Uses Music Allende Top Contender ,1lnlllw7' e1..a

I Global.a To Lure Animals 1958 FRAP by only lost the 30000 presidency votes Its In i1V By Carroll Righter ...IL ha.1a

presidential candidate this year, eaou
KAYCtE, Wyo. (AP)-Game Salvador Allende, is rated a top oho

;' Affair'iATURSt Warden William Eversole uses contender Allende, M, a non. 014i
Y music to charm the beast-then practicing psychiatrist Is an is osl

he shoots It. open admirer of Fidel Castro 1qlu
I Wednesday Feb. 21, 1M4CENLKAL
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: 15 I lIS.':115."lIS.':IS With a record player and and has promised to nationalizea .
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speakers hidden In the bushes. billion dollars worth of U.S. ; : TENDENCIES: A SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to

Eversole plays the sound of a investments in Chile if he wins. day and evening when :fixed :Dec. 21) Once more delve intothose
:rr7dy: "Captain Newman"Plus rabbit to lure bobcats and coyotes Allende has been campaigning trouble occurs if you try to put i interesting new 1 Ideas that

"LISTON CLAY" Film and the cries of quail to actively for months. anything over on anyone else ;you had to relegate to the back
Championship Fight get fox I Ramirez Is supported by the w t also if you do not carry through ground earlier First get regular
0- Joint presidential candidate of with the promises you have i duties out of the way Study

the government parties, Julio made. Ihe Celestial Taskmas-1 data well.
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I t ) GROVE PARK SHOPPING CENTER Duran, 45 The ruling coalition dar 1 A ter Saturn is watchingyou CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jan.

I was far on top In voting strength [ closely to see if you have 20) By looking over Insurances

last year, but reliable sources ,ra 1tlP the steadfastness to be con- taxes other financial affairs
DOORS e say Duran's campaign has not i clentious if so, he showers ;you avoid getting Into monetary
OPEN picked up momentum yet. __ > benefltsj; otherwise he plagues difficulties Listen to mate Be

DAILY Fuenzalida belongs to a party you i sure to pay your bills on time.
"SEVEN DAYS IN MAY" atrongly in the upswing, with ARIES (March 21 to April 19) AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. ,! noI4
12:45 LAST II solid hopes of winning the presidency 1- Good pals and loved ones are i 19)) Keeping promises as agreedIs + 1P
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ih II DAY STARRING I in September. The Christian looking to you for favors, so be I perferable to getting emotional

3 BURT LANCASTER Democratic party emerged lure you show no partiality, > worried, about them. 114 114
from last year a municipal elections Be sure to plan your time ini'i Conditions warrant you use consideration 114
as the country's single biggest MOUNTAIN ESA'I-.... Hackart aunt trtrrinf ae e elligently.. You are at variance i with others. Don't ,04

party Its presidential nun, and David J.n..... try t* |at eve the Hifh Stan.. ..'..,Ito between your duties and your i start unnecessary: trouble. 114tm

nominee, Eduardo Frel 48, a S brokan ,...1 pump and she ,.11.. In hot '......it. In "A..,.li personal desires PISCES (feb 20 to March 114 toe

hard and popular campaigner Traval ... lonely Raadi," an ABC-TV's "Th. Fugitive," Tandy 'TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) ::20) Concentrate upon Immediate 114

PICTURE OF THE YEAR is rated in the foreground with ((10.11 ,...... iSTI.Nominations,. Family may make it a bit difficult ''duties before you instead of 1.4 114
"BEST Duran and Allende. for you because you favor ,I going off on some tangent. Be IoaSi

Chances Dubious some higher-up they do not like.I'sure to keep your promises

"BEST ACTOR!" "BEST DIRECTORI"Albert I Porcile has the support of For Oscars Be particularly careful in the'Any divergence could get you
In Dutch
i' with higher
I Jorge Prat, an Independent''' landling of both personal and Upl. I4S
Finney Tony RichardsonNEW rightist presidential candidate business affairs Be fair. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN ha11a
II TODAY........... it is
'whose chances GEMINI (May 21 to June 21)
for the
YORK FILM CRITICS AWARD I tlon are still a question big mark elec. Trigger Usual GripesBy If you keep active fine results I'ble that early in life this young

The Curico special election can be produced but plan your :I person will be so Interested in E

"RFST COMEDY EVER MADE! I'will have no effect on the rulingcoalition's BOB THOMAS has relied on English Imports, activities informed. wisely Correspond and with be well.those ;:i i is helping used to others further that own little career time to

1', the comfortable majorityin AP Movie-Televlslon Writer I for what little eminence it could at a distance State your aims its fullest extent. Early teach
147-seat House. The
Newsweek coalition HOLLYWOOD (AP) There offer.
'that
of radicals to those close by too. charity begins at home and u
conservatives was the usual carping after the. I Ito that time be used in .
must
and Sleeper' Wins Nod MOON CHILDREN (June 22 getting
liberals
has 84
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Oscar were
i I, 36 Democrats of FRAP. and 27 Christian In the library of the Motion Sleeper of the year was "This fine July opportunity 21) You may to Increase have a I'i as In fine order an education not to be as found possible +.p.w
Sporting Life" which best
won
Picture this week.
Academy
abundance now but be sure you 'wanting In this fast changing h.as
71e But It may give some inkling /"How Is It," wailed the Warner acting nominations for both 'world. -
of the trends in the September Brothers man "that 'Amer. Richard Harris and Rachel first analyze all phases of such h.

'' trJioIc trot-Id presidential voting. I Ica America' can win for best Roberts-Mrs. Rex Harrison a possibility Confer with some Alaskan Game 1..14ta
I In the municapl elections last expert, Know where to cut '
picture writing and direction "Cleopatra" scored nine nom
April, the government parties and not get a single nominationfor inations, but only two major corners 22 Warden Dies
Sitting
JonesJam polled a million votes, against acting" ones-best picture and Rex Har LEO (July to Aug 21) 14r

600,000 for FRAP and half a "How could It happen'" rlson as best actor No mention down with partners and FAIRBANKS, Alaska CAP-) 147P
million for the coming to a cooperative under- A former Iae4
Christian Democrats moaned the Paramount man, of writer-director Joseph Man game warden who
The results in Curico are "that' 'Hud' could score' for kiwlcz or the film's two other standing is better than being j logged more than 10000 miles Is
,
with them. Talk 141a
expected to Indicate whether forceful at |by dog team in the arctic has
three best direc
performances
Allende and CO'I'I;:: ength Fine friendships will be laIL
Frel died here.
are being successful I
ion and writing and not be m all. thin group who well
Jones In their efforts to close named best picture?" feel that Cary Grant deserves formed as He was George W Taylor 71.
22 Sept,
the VIRGO (Aug to 22)
ruling gap between them and the "How come" sniffed a devotee an Oscar lost out again. We Private worries must not make Taylor came to Alaska In h4K
group of the cinema art "such shall return. 1897 His parents settled in
I lose incentive rather
you your 74h4
Ketchikan and where
obviously commercial movies Skagway.
AT THE THEATERS they should speed up your constructive -
I they business
as 'Cleopatra and 'How the activities Help those operated a Jewelry ILa

"''LMUND O"'VI-'N West Was Won' got so many Governor Cancels ; who are in need of some kind .I 14w

i /' Tod.and .nd. "ywv', Tomorr.....w In"B.a xlnoon holo'< PI.t";' nominations?" too. Be optimistic wrrrwrrr---:: 14L
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r Al r N." I Tod,: ".!:,!1f..HJi( ;Mv"t Ads Hit 1 10-Lash Whipping LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22)) 04h4
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Good friends understand
now !
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OXFORD
x nil "r. :. \! says your Ideas and will gladly assist :
voters can't be pressured DOVER, Del. AP '
( ) .Gov. El-
j., Toda7 SoltVwKTsraW'"*." you to gain your aims. Be I'
\ snapped a social critic, "Bobby bert N. Carvel has commutedthe .
\ direct Get out into group meetIngs
n'ivr.ttswih.lswu13 I ? aDd Darin and Nick Adams spent a 10-lash whipping sentence :
and role in
BILVSR MOON DRIVI.IN play a major LUMBER Ans
) TodM ind Tomorro Bi-nd of th"oTNsVeiTlfs fortune on trade paper ads- imposed upon Talmadge R. Baler coming events. I 1
Rlree" and it paid off with nominations ,
... SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov 21) to
AUBUMNDALB u.I.l "TII. ." I B
Sundown
on" end Orllril.* taI. .. uoI." Superior Judge Stewart Lynch Increase prestige at this time NOTED FOR 1om
\ AVON BAR-TOW PARK--ouliloor Hllim: .'Ken" ,.so' use"aud So It goes. Each year's nominations had sentenced Balwr 41, to 10 by using orthodox methods I I UNDERSELLINGSOCALLED
Bandit of Ehobll bring new reasons for lashes and 15 years in the New where vocational and financial I I I
...... HAINF.a CITY-L .. Halniw Walk Oscar. is one CASH
complaints. sniping
LAN tn, wild Bldr and 1'1Ra.ro Castle Correctional Institution affairs are concerned Delve Into I B usrth
: WALIBtal: "All Iht W., of the favorite local DISCOUNT HOUSES
'" j- Hom." sports after his conviction for a September civic matters too. Get attention -
\. .' "ANT CITY-C.Pllol, Charada" and Only anglophiles could be en- 1962 robbery The prison -I of I
01 ( ..... higher.i ups. Me Merge ler fislfrtryFull ,
PLANT"'ITYaterlu.'e--ASk! : Hom, from tirely satisfied with the nomi- term still stands I
I tnt soot'HIU tna MaanUiSEBRINO nees for 1963 awards which are Gov Carvel said Monday a I a C.dif.r I
: Florida: All sea WKHB'INO ., Amer- INCOME TAX MarahaadiM R........
? shaping up as the biggest ,recommendation of the State ,
JMHT/OUN/ QUNTOmT
ALBERT FINNEY/SUSANNAH/ YORK/HUGH/ WFITHtolTH,/ EVANS'JOAN GREEN WOODCM ". -- 'Oa' "Lll Abner" andWAlJCHlJ..A lean rout by the British since Board of Pardons to commutethe Gee yaw tax cut aarly! 1
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Taft WATER WHERE ARC MV RESCUERS? I COULD[ MAKE A SWIM rat IN MUPOStfiONaNENESITA1D

DEAR ABBY b FI III HI6HERING I1 I1I JJHERE'S THE HUMANE/ SOCIETY IT BUT THAT MI6J.IT VE1HEIWrWSSIONTrlATrHAPNO Off END THE HUMANE SOGETY:


What' your problem? Fot9nrol I f r I FAITH IN
reply, writ to
Abby. Box 3J65 tkv.rly i I i 1 I I

r It's Hearsay Hill., Coin, and hxlud a I II liif'1 1 lfT1II I I I N

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DEAR ABBY! A neighbor who has been my friend for many DEAR PROUD: You are proud with good reason A 'r t

an, told me the other day that my daughter.In-law passed'! bearded man must be above reproach at all times becauM I [R'srn L i r w 1 ;,1r-i MWITVSKJMoy
FlF1Q
e remark, "I will be worth a lot of money when my bus- he to easily Identified by the hair of hit chlnny chin chin. VOOREALUCKVDUIsel IRON-C1AD TRADITION) I THOUGHT It HAVE DON'T P.FERE;!

,nd's old lady kick the bucket. I am 58, in good health TO HAVE FOUND THE IN OUR FAMILY THAT TOSETTLEFURLADj 'L 'AS ROYAL

,,d have no plans for "kicking any bucket" for a long time ONLY UNKISSKO WE CANT MARRY PERMISSION!!
have quit speaking to my daugl'lter.ln-Iaw. but this doean't DEAR ABBY had to write an original story for English C MAUTV IN ALL.ENGLAND ANV GIRLWHCfS EVER THEREri', ) e,1t

to Should I Composition and I had 10 much other atuff to do I didn't let rfa- / BEEN KI5$ P./f-
em fair my eon see my son without
ughter-In.law and continue the cold war? Or should I start my around to it until the last minute. To make a long story abort --

Baking to my daughter-ln? I asked my father to help me with It and he wrote the whole p l '

ALIVE AND KICKING thing. I copied It word for word and thought It wits great. My ''''" *

DEAR ALIVE What kind of "friend"& would have re- father happens to be a writer. He has written some pretty :: 1 6t I

remark such good stuff They even made tome movies of a couple of his
aced a as your neighbor quoted It Is even
books Well I got my paper back and the teacher had a .c
isiible that your daughter-in-law never said IU I think you
to the Mmui sign" on it. When my father saw It he was boiling mad
alt speaking wrong woman. Talk to your daughter
It out. Life la and asked me to ask the teacher what was wrong with it. I'm its
and straighten too short. I AIL
afraid If I do she will find out I didn't write It and then I
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would be In trouble. What should I do? -
DEAR ABBY: May I put In a good woi-4 beards? MY "

jband has a beautiful beard. Let' face It. e men can; WRITER'S SON ; STORMfe GETTING LOOK ON WHAT g/\ND VERY
DEAR SON: Tell your teacher that the story was not your WORSe IN FACT.VISIBIUTV -w Pa? Cy THEY AWAY, THE I STORM
and other
can't. Mine 1 THOUGHT I
.,oW beards can, and I In't make PICKED
I beit. (It's true-It wasn't) And ask her If you can submIt up SOMETHING MOVING-ON IS ZERO. THOSE -bEP HAS ALL BUT ENGULFEDOUR "
j,m shave it off for the world. Some men envy i. because OBJECTS PBIEWDS.K .
another one Then do It yourself, son. THE RAL1.R5cOPE.
tiey can't grow one and others because their wives won'tt 'AGAIN:' .

them. A man who Is a real man will grow a beard if he e 1. s o r CATTLE? psiss N,01 ;

lants one Beside, he Is very distinctive. Not one person CONFIDENTIAL TO "AN ANNY-MOUSE" IN DAYTON: 1 et' o ..

I ho has ever met my husband has forgotten him MUers are very difficult to live with, but they make the belt pek' o: #. v
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PROUD WIFE ance ton. ..... .. ...",....

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t._orch: oy Truth CI ....o*.1C) r...... XwNnA TmrrwTOu.d 3 legislator 21 Main 44 Eradlcators.I
1 4 -Ou.o.ni TL..ht TruthC nto<. 'lei rafts_ nwolirl n._Lest.- 4 Musicalsyllable. point 47 Cold dishes.:
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....", Tho DNLn D.. In Court 10.......... stockade 28 Period 51 Brawl.
111-Nww ...... TA. o.Mn Day in CwrN.uwe.rty_ 7 Bread 30 Squawbush. 54 Queen ofCarthage A 7& W
1_T.II tho Trv' Lor.llo "... 0 mx.t ...,tal Toll Tho TrutN1)T.0 7'
tho Truth Lorotto Vvn 0. Hoop,t.1 Toll Tho TruthPor flavorer. 32 Eternally: YG
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CNN ......._ VsrnoNNW .'."..1 I Solution to Yesterday's PuczleFrench i YOu ARC DEEDEL lASAUf W\tnji', ,AM DAIS NINI. ERINGING A CARGO| W 6601E ] AIL OVAIH MV5UF' 'MtBKFUTHt
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WEDU.TV-Cho"nel 3 IN Wi HOPtOf FINWN6 A SHLE/' 1 $ / :Burned Priest a HOUR MINING fA NT5.UI iTOWtB V ,, : '' YEUt'HEY Wl1S.L100K/
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I -MrthNNrNIIM.Nn On por4 Buddhist priest& severely ANSN0 Yesterday' cryptogram:
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,. I1.-MMrMM "t WNhOfree burned on the lawn beside his A Harps and haloes are considered
OilTOMOltltOW / AGO .
MOltNI". temple Sunday was the victimof proper seraphic paraphernalia

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, _.......oc.tho .Nlnnrn W. eM111NnIM1. an unfortunate accident, say 1/211/611
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, JO -", ..,..1 Mwk'S.r0WMla Honolulu police investigators : a /Ni fANTACTEDJ ? SOOKCO A CHARTER WMM TH* MWT \ VET M AtUCAKT r AM a TX/N/ TRr rIM \
h. Novi of.Ie..ncoT. .t.. I Officer have been unable to J EACH OPIK waoN11GN flANS AMP FLEW V* I Of Tina VOTINO WA I FELT THAT MIN/ I / Evil iMC NtE9I
, >"-._... And NMMIsu r ao THE cAoON RRPnneinID TO THB CITV Tt> WHOBMotnrAU ANNOUNCep AND MX CANYON WAS THi Ae aN EDOCATDRI IT WRLCa
'0-".,,.,,,NNNrN1M ,, I. Ad,... question the Rev. Kakuo Ok-! Canadian Sailor Gets .4 curt' CIA,, AD/Or AuTNOrTy.,. Mitt tmo't SOTP W*/ NAMtPBUCEN HAL UllESN or IACAUYa I WAY PteSi
Amxa.MTOMoesow mura 78, who is in critical con, Tai AccIDENr can MolaRs HAP SEEN -I WANTS TAE PAyl DENT DP MANNER DURING
"T.It"ODN New ForearmIn wtNrNTo ACTpN; ., i, TAkiN.. 10 Hour Ar 7X6M4HTNCCC ma TIMg 1Nr) DA TNREC
lMuowol InMrlud dition In a Honolulu hospital Warns Against r e'Mei CP TW0TNIM I t; SPECIAL KIDS WERD IMPRISONSP
t 30 .Hindorrton Intorlwd CrnMuoiol .. 'with severe burns covering his r HCRifa'
*-_ _. ... TransplantBOSTON
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71-.npn.. of body from the waist down But '
So-a_ .... .ovi'nni Visit By Queen : \
the told his c
ao-w.lfMUx..Inw1YN of conc priest reportedly (AP-An Ecuador-! ,.
os-ou. ..... notin. World doctor he had poured N
l*-MwrranwW' some gas TORONTO (AP-Queen Eliz.abeth'l an sailor who received a hand r V ;MaffI

-Print_.ONYa1.In ,MNnl.h.1.10. cline over some religious paraphernalia life will be In danger if transplant from a dead man I

1-.- .T""n.."th Cora and the flames blew she visits Quebec a French Ca-:was able to wiggle the fingers i jtwm1RYnurt

N-WAN.M N..t back at him when he struck a and move the hand Immediately
-Portono Pronun nadian Separatist leader said I)
IH oo.ol aMY ,'!... match.
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Relatives who found the priest,Monday night in the second after the operation say two

ANTIPODES six hours after the incident such warning against the royal Boston doctors

Antipodes Is a term appliedany said it Is the practice in their visit In October The limb transplant la be-

> two persons or places sect to dispose of worn robes "Some of my own people are lieved to be the first ever per

1 opposite sides of the earth and religious article by fire ready to let her know-and bru formed from a dead person sT Me mains! RA12 J rr'9 LOATSPr eC1'OVEN /

> situated that a line drawn tally-that she is no longer wel- M
Drs. Richard E. Wilson and }
L'LIlK
am one to the other would come In French Canada, Dr
iss through the center o/ the License Plate Marcel Chaput told a meeting Robert M. Goldwyn of Peter nn 1 tLYC rI r

Irth. according to the Encyipaedia of the Young Men' Canadian Bent Brigham Hospital, who

Stolen From Car Club. Chaput Is a former leader -
' Britannica _. were post operative consult 1"
of the Quebec Republican ants told a news conference -

I WINTER HAVEN J. W. party which wants to separate Monday night of the Feb. 13 .. t

A.I RADIO Ireland of 102 Second Street French-apeaking Quebec Province ','operation conducted at Guaya ---

& TV SERVICE ?! Eloise reported to police that from the English-speaking ,qui, Ecuador. CIASt 1'

,._ N. MINK OrnM his new license plate has been portion of Canada The surgeons said the sailor ..

til e..IM1.. I ''i'iO.y stolen from his automobile. Julio Luna, 28, may be brought R
Mil N.a-oUII. MIM. M Mil 101..S.Illf The 1964 tag bore numberS j I The American Automobile Association to Boston for further treatment I
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Wednesday, Feb. 28, IM4 LIOAL AOV.IIITIUMtrNT BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT 1 FINANCIAL I HORTICULTURE


Baaled INVITATION bids will bi iIiD-re,.clved sI. CLASSIFIED I BusIness 77 NurierkwINSTRUCTION
Wonted 62 Opportunities
TOURIST REGISTRATIONS (he I <,ffl<'e of the FIends I Itrtii ADVERTISINGRATES 24 Plaster Stucco 53 Help fmal."AIE *

ipmmlaalon I..k.land.Plorl .., (Ill Wan CHOICE BUSINESS and Incom 8HRUBBKRY SALE '!'h.PI.Io.
I >\ Marth 4 PLAIN OR raiment*!. PiasterIn 5.5 n to
1PM un 'ndnssday ( WA1'IT. properties Mel Rudy. LMLABesltor (t and up lArie variety r'UI
IM4 for the purvhaiw of, and stucco Pitching Invitedesumsles w. M.r.1 Sauleeard Memorial Blvd tree. Ite du.woo, with &
i At Chamber Of CommerceI On. Model M1 Oake. Con. IUj pt TTMMinimum rosa Hear *. WII'lI.m. In **rn. Mil 168 .. or more puroha*. LalulendHUhlandi
tlnuoua I Automatic Mixer or .- It Word I. MU 8-0740 WOM Illa.time. Nunwr phone .**.
aultabl. crated foroupn..nt Car I 40 wsjnsrs. II .
equivalent oall MU -aJI asp time, 01 Lundrl. 10

I I Up to Feb. 24 Mr. and Mr. W. D. Week*, ,ain, Florida K O. B Winter llav ... Minimum I Oiarge-$1.05 i S MWord BUSINESS SERVICE ._'M.CA week In drl. a..lanl JoD B"l.aia, 35.51tsr 1.131JI0tbO. .

CANADA 2328 Cochr.in, Kalamazoo Iha Florida ('It Mil CommIssIon. U Dr Dr Dr Par addition N YOU to pour ue 131 preeenl a .aoo",.' *

I I Mrs Carol Cronk 414 S. Indi Mr. and Mr. Russell G all renerve bIds th* right to reject any or l f: ":: IH. 29 Baby Sitting Supplr lord ...ma. with' eioltuin __

ana 'Ave, Indian Head Sask. Wright, Lopez Cottages, Hwy. 92 /./ BAM A. BANKS -.0.. IAft: f HI:? in fS flU t No _Ann a.U.wo, 0.11. t88.U0.WANTE 1 Schoolsh'tORlOA'S

('h.lrm.n CHILD CARB br iperleneed personnel II Oladee
Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Kimball East, Flint. ".aa. C&ASMPIED SPACE HATES loving and IIIroo..1 cat*. Owma.. 061 12C7. LAROE8T and moil

( 402 S. Kentucky, Apt #8, HarI MINNESOTA NOTICE TO CRIDITOR .i u per eoluraa took. Fenced yard Pier room. eloeo Inreuonabl A..u. dUtrletmanaief modsra bMuir chol LskslxndBsutr

I row Ont Mr. and Mr. Frank J. Cole: IN THE COURT CLASalPIED DISPLAY RAT rate Ml.2MI, 888MM NSURANCM want COMPANY experienced prlnw Colle**. 11* a. PM>* St.
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OP THE COUNTY JUDOa OP =>> .- M 10 per eolum lnek__ : who u a bars Oomnletelr remodeled air ODdi.
Mrs. J Beatrice 510 Ave. Eden Valley cMretarr
I Lowey 414 S. man McKay POLK COUNTY FLORIDA Contrect Rates Upon Request Male chruuaa starting talerr LIQUOR LICENSEMovable 1I0Do. *mpl* parking MO '- 812.
Indiana Ave. Indian Head Sask In He:: Matat of 36 lewnmewers ft Service
I 5050 per month. Bend aualiftaatloni it1AL ..-
DEADLINE 'liliDo
Oil VAL, 1. WANT AD br letter t. Dtetrlct Man .. iii. '0.
Mr.. Muriel Needham 842 E. NEW JERSEY CASONl plat*
1 >*c...aMd WORD ADS AND' SPACE ADS REPAIRS ON all make Uwnmower uer P.O. AP, Lakeland Polk County. Book and tool" Included Par as
Lime St., Barrio Ont Mr and Mrs. Frank G Bar. To All Creditor and Person lI.v. : 30 a m. day kefora public and small nlns FT* *stt nor Ida, D.we Advise best cash tan learn, Colonial Beau.t .
Inc t lalma or Demand Alain tlon except Bundr capon malta OB repair Oablo AutoElsetrle Package. On.0 b Florida At*,
t Mr. and Mrs. O J. Robb, 412I rle 1113 Edgewood Drive Red Maid l>lateICMI : ads muit be la our office .before SO* North Florida Av*. price Reply to .h..l., .1. Phon MU I1M1LIVESTOCK .

Indiana Ave., Vineland Ont bank. and each of you. ar h..by 4 30 p .. Prldarl Phono MU 8-8301 WIN TRIP TOWORLD'S ,

notified to file all claim. and d.- CLASSIFIED DtsPt.ATII FAIR
I Mri Rosa Vervalt Blenheim Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Roork
tn.nd. which you ".y. ssioI the 00 a m. dar before publication 37 Mattress Renovating Box F-225 *
Ont 435 S. Tennessee Ave., Bridge- Ihe eeUI if OKVAL J. CA8IINdeceased except Sunder piper and EARN
In the offlc of RICH ftJ ads must be In our of Me* Prl. MATTRESS RENOVATTNa I- als nee
Lakeland Ledger
GEORGIA ton. AttIc A. RHON8UN County Judge, dar belor II 00 BOOB). dar *ervio*. Ac* Maltreat Companr money "The AVON Way" c/o Dos, Cats, Pet
Eugene Mitchell! Circle Motel NEW YORK at his office In the Couit lluuai All ads must k* In the Ledterofflo Phono MO .-..4l. I
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Dallas Mr. and Mr. Ben Woods, Ho-! .at Bartuw month.Florida from. within February. ala eal.mriar 18IDtll for bsfor publication 1100 am la Mo Baturdar *.- 49 Wells-Pe-mo. Call 682-4137 pllaaro FOR SALE. All: M.lblrr. ... TV equipment and Ap- HOARDINO HOLY .K..Bneli.

Iday Mobile Home Park, Baldlvlnsville which la the date of the first Q dar* *aprTh for details or plus Western Union Menor, Good Chris end Tad Phon OIrwNaiharry Ml
ILLINOIS >utllc,tlon of this nolle back Ledier will not be responsible lolnt bif luiot. Health forces asia.aacrlfle. BlxhwM
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Mr. and Mrs. Loyd McDoug. '.lalm or demand must b* In writ for mora thai en* LET MONTGOMERY Ward drill Write P. O Box 1393 16. Pb... N.lbr.10883.WIRI.
e ooewe II and Initall water
OHIO th of real.1.denc. rour Tor
ng. muat *tt* pise Incorrect Insertion 4381481LAKELANDS HAIR
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Mo-Trail Trailer Court nd office address olin ... ... Up to ]< month M par No obligation PI.ln.Chluauaa., .. ,
aee, E. pot FINEST snort deluxe ,
Peter Cravens 502 Orange claimant, mosS be sworn toad THE LAKELAND LEDGER Phono MO ..03. coin operated laundromat Osrmsn Shepherd tropical Slab.

Compton.Mr. St, East Cambridge.Mr. mu.t be filed a* aforesaid, or TELEPHONE For health reasons. 1817 ((. csnarles. monkers. and suppliesCoker .
and Mrs. Ralph W. Gilmore else will b..IIm.I.ld.. '. shop SI* "' KID..arky. .
Mm EMPLOYMENT wood Drive P 'ol
and Mr. Ralph M. } EOlL.Ni5 HANK OK LAKB: MU 6-1151 54 Help Wanted, Male ..'8811.
5600 N. Tampa Hwy.. hEW BARBER shop two .h.ln.
Schory, Lakeside Avenue, Ml LAM. LAKblANll, r LA.By terms BETTYS POODLE Shopp Fro.fesslonal .
Compton.Mr. : RICHARD N. hEARSE, 52 Help Wasted CAREER lood 1402 North loratlon Wheeler CUB. Plant or City grooming, stud.. p.p
OPFORTNITI
and Mr*. L. E. Richard. nerva.PENNSYLVANIA Vlie 1 resident *.t Irustofflier ealary .. .bo*. pie, 128 Kthln Rod. Io. ,
ANNOUNCEMENTS M1DDLB AdED couple. bondabl. vital 4* III. Insurance re- Rom.. 8B 8688CROBBED
ton, 710 E. Lime St., Grayslake. J. TOM WATSON QC Aced 54-40, Servle Bet
Mr. and Mrs. David Bloom, to opert psrkss aloes In tlreaena proarsm Autontotal R..ln. i1dLNIATURZ pomnes. ..D.bl..k. .
Attorney fur Kxecutorlakeland I Olds. Writ full particular. m."lo. hllh eehool gradual. o pprox 818,000, 10.0 .WD. whIle. back
INDIANA Gihsonla Trailer Park, Cresson HorldaI 4 lilt and Found! F. O Bog 981*, Lakeland ,. Phone B1-4M roi-err Store main Hwr to",.. seound.one Brlo. r.Imp.r. Raa.sonsblO. .

Mr. and Mr. Alva A. Hagy Michael Skirda, 435 S. Tennessee -I'- _ MAN 98 to 44 for debit winter 12.0. MU 54210.
IN THII CIRCUIT COUIIIT 01' ,oat: LADY'I Sold .har. bracelet. Hven or Less Wile .. Business eorner near Searstomtil BEAOLE and BaMetpupplee
Lakeland Gardens Mobile Home Ave Pittsburgh.
I Tilt TIE NTH JUDICIAL CIS- Approolm.ltl 10 nba,',,.. teed itertln salary 841000 .800. CN.1898. Phone MU 8-O424 or MU
Court Fort Wayne.Mr. WEST VIRGINIA CUlT OP FLORIDA, IN AND santlm.ntol ..I... Reward. Write AAA City Employment month. experience unnecessary. Trailer Park, appeaL .. ICTM 8.1731. and readr
FOR POLK COUNTY IN .... Boa 611. Don.m.. flaw' ..Iuraer.S oomplete training proram Ap W.rmo
and Mrs Harvey Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Henry, CHANCERY ply 1138 East Memorial U''o.COD..I..D' OIAN SHCPIRRD PUP lor.I.

1015 Crevasse St., Knightstown. i 508 Iowa Ave.. Lewisburg C... No. emt.*2STFPHbN .> Personal Notice Lakeland between S.30 and Bom In.lO. & .. Call ) .21..
/2 Week's Fee Y2 noon. or phone 3 1741 'or.ppolnt.nl.
MOIIITOAGIl FolncCLOaUSS
Glynn Rudig Lake Lena Au- WISCONSIN M
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EAST: RIVER 8A"NOlllJANK, IIUY. SEI.i5 Used toolll ..n. .nd JOHN J. BRENNAN livestock
burndale, Andrew.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meyer 1030 a Cot'porstlon ZC sportIng .00d.. Dial MU 5-4254 1

Mr. and Mrs. Everett S. Sow I Lakewood Court, Elk Mound.Mr. _,..._ Pleintift for esllmsle Culbsri, Hardware MALE: ACCOUNTANTS Rekltor LMLA 888-4103 BOT YOUR freeser b..f BOW 48

era, 408 E. Belmar, Apt. #3, and Mrs. F F. Nilland, : r. McARTHUR and TRADING hou.ht, .ltaI.D STAMP, ant...1550.nard LIm.or INSURANCE' ADJTTSTOn AC Must ba fully qualified to Ib half, nut Pbopt end "MU,rap_.. Wb.1 MIl*r

wife, KAIfY H MrAHTHUR, COUNTING CLKRK CONSTSUPERINTENDRNT .
i heldon Trailer Court, LaCrosse 882.8843. J J859,
HARKIKONand OBNERAL personal Income tax:
CrawfordsvilleMAINE and RObKHT A prepare
:: wife, MAT F. HAHUIHON CHRISTIAN NURSING" home I MACHINIST TV REPAIRS: OP and YEARSOF FOR eAtS I.Bro sows. ann
1040. Full
a return form 30 .
efendanU. open. Special attention vlven .., PICK MOR AUTOMOTIVE L.ndr. B. fro 0
Mr. Abbie Perry. Wilmary LIEGAL AOVIFiTIaIMCNTNotici NOTICE OP SUIT : the needs of each patient. MDi SPORTS CAR UBCHANIO AD part time position Attractive -' weeks old .* months oldPorlnforaietlon .

Hotel Brooks. IN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE .12>3. SALES SEVERAL COOKS CAT and bonus. H & R Mil .3.3M. or
TO C"IIOITO"I PLE TRUCK DRIVER. MANY salary HOME FINANCINGIN Rabbits'S Oioctrr.
Mr. and Mrs Hartley Phil IN YPSI COUNTY JUDOI TO: HTBPHI.N C. McARTHLKand LOIS SUP Cover Shop, hoe OTIBM. BLOCK CO. Phone 686.1958.' 8..U.l.d.RIITRItD.
COURT IN AND FOR POLK wife8ALI Cheitnut Rod dB -fl07g. Draperies
brick 2925 Tanglewood St., York COUNTY. FLORIDA ,Y II McARTHtRKealdencea bedspreads. slip *ovrsAustrian A000L 111 b.a.
... FEMALE MEN FOR SALES WORK LAKELAND coos's hulls
-N HIFSTAIh!: : OK Unkno..nYOU. curtains "' oor.Dt. : .d
Harbor. :
TATIVA OIIFBI I MJTCIIIKOFF; Hte"hen C. McArthur and .... rods and Installation Hundreds ,PBX OPPRATOR: TO RELOCATE AGE 29 TO 40 ARE .,.. Yates. MU 1.
Mrs. Anna Pierson, 2925 Tan l..e..d. wife, Sally II. McArthur and your 01 samples to n000sa from LAB TECHNICIAN

glewood St.. York Harbor. To All (Creditor end Persons hay- unknown apotiae. and .unknown. OPALS BEAUTY Shop la now LABORATORY WORKER MEDICAL, OPTICAL $105 PER WEEK Long term, direct rduce 92 Wantid, livestock, .
InC ('lain.. or Demand Against parti I claiming In Serial. by UJCS open in Medulla Oerden. 110 EXP COOKS HEAD tion home loans at reason
MICHIGAN sold Knlate hrounh or aitalnut you, and all fouln ordea Drive. Plain shsm- CASHIER. BALBS RKPRBHKNTATIVE GUARNTEEDSALRY
Mrs. Mabel Berglund, Dixie Y..u, and ratS of you sea hereby unknown partle buying or claim coo and set II to, Oil shsmpoo MAC-MINE BOOKKREPER : : able interest. No pnslt WANTED! few dalepra raMs thIs prlse.Pawsea *nr.
to ha\'* any rlirht, title or internot and set si 78 HalrcuU, 110Perminente kind Will par top
not If lid t file In dm>Unite .11IRlm. UK WAITRESS MOTEL HOST for MO 8O93JMERCHANDISE. .
Trailer Park, New Tampa Hwy., .' ., anti demon.t whkh you iropcrty hereinafterdea I so US and up Phone EIM RliLOCo\ "' '. LTVE.IN prepayment __ D.I.
Pontiac. have agalnxt tIc estate. of Tatlana ,' ": l'a hereby notified I that JQ BJ-W.04 Open 0 00 B 00 HOUSEKEEPERS: Her I I. M xeellent epportunltrnlervlewmg time. convenient office -
ilrpbenntchlknff deueaied In Iheiff ,a Conplulnt to foie<'.lone a certnlrMortRHve for atna 10 101aaaseasOlastinOwhIrl To
AUtO INIURANCII. Had .n a. MANY OTHERS. streamlined *
Frank Buck 316 E. Oak St., lie ..f HI,'hard A. Broneon on the followtnic daacrlbd rident DO I eauranrr., .Iohl I. the aobnwlsdsed toadPr serv
Detroit. (:mmty JIdK5MI hi. office In the proi,'*riv, to-wlt .ton" to par Call MU ....e8. In Its lipId. Tho position I. ice.
.'in rt llou.e at Hartow Florida, The South 1760 feet of Lit tl Rm. 208 Arcade IIIr. *ttr a verrntenilv .
Mrs. Signe Englund Dixie North 2S17 fret cf Bldg *dvertltlng ...mpl.nPll BIcycles Motorcycles
within .l In alenrlnr month from and Ihe I.LI 7 686 8111 9
TronipertatlenDRIVINO and '
offlr PHONE -
Trailer Park New Tampa Hwy. "Pel.ruary 12. W4 which I. the Lot tl it RenubdlvlHlon of Lola 1.ld Rosuirn-. :
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man Salem
.I.n .I.. TRIUMPH AND Yamaha
dote of the first publlrltlon. ntthl. IJ to 17 Inilualv of Hhamrock eol
Pontiac. i olIce FHI'h claim or demand SubdIvisIon, Winter H a v a n TO Lan Anssles March m'DI .: hood b..r.nd. d.. sad .. ... Blectrla etaruunodela.
I ,, Florida ahown by Map or .... I Tk* rider*. .shar macnoon.CslI meet and talk with peo FEDERAL eporU model I.rl
mst be In riling. must slats the aa FIRST
Mrs. Florence Lange Dixie pie able to ... swap from hone
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plHoi' of resilience and post offlc lint thereof recorded In th* Auburndal. WO 7 4 7I after EMPLOYMENT our saul week car Inood ilock Lakeland.CynIc e.. '
Motel, 4850 Noel Drive Warren.. ad Ires. of lb ncleinsot.nue t be Office of Ihe Clerk of the Clr. pm DI.bl and avallabl for w..t Memorial .

Mrs Edith Lonn Dixie Mobile Horn to and niuiit b* filed aa cult Court In and for Polk immadlat. .mplo.m.n. THREE WHEEL M.ll.tor motor
afnrevald or elsa) earn will become County, Florida, In Flat Book Home Park, Pontiac. void 41 I'*K* (7Includtnf 683. .
Mrs Margret Nelles Dixie /./ ALYCfi BATCHFLPFRAdministratrix, specifIcally but not WANTED. : MORRIS' aMletant lordoctor Mr. H. F. McCulla
by...)' of llmltatli th* following 14 Building Carpentering office part 11m., Company ftoprvicnuttv. LOAN
For
Trailer Park, Clarkston IT.8(14( : Itema of equipment Write Baa M.2S2, L ..llDdLocIo.r. 900AM: to 1:00: P.M. ASSN OF LAKELANDDowntown 97 ArtIcles Saltla

Mr. and Mrs. William T. RobInson CITATIONIN 4n gal Hotwater. Wall Iieot.rh'rlgitiir. }iea.rHolly = HOME REPAIRS pslntlni roof. Thursday 27th : Orange at 0C50 TV'S frm 535 UP. Ouse..oteod .
na ,
I El Combo, 1841 New Tam THE COUNTY oven Model In*. block brick work drlvtwrs. February I "'. inane.. Worbioa
JUDOI COURT POLK kitchen csblncu. Florida rooms. FLORIDA STATEEMPLOYMENT Tennessee toads-los acwpwd Admiral Sale .1
pa Hwy., Battle Creek. COUNTY, FLORIDA "#"IIHWPOrl.ldRlr8 Surface Unit, Model ... free estimates MU "3008. SERVICE A turtle MO 5-3591. peaoockTV

Mrs Marie Vldlund. Dixie Ealat of XKHW100 ROOPINO WINDOWS aluminum Grove Park: Crystal Lake' 484 N. wabaeh
JI'LIA R MILLER, aiding. porches. repairs. .lterstlons Sit B. Lemon St LakeUnd Pta
Plains. has been filed acalnet you and you YOUR r FAMILY'SSECURITY
Trailer
Park
: Drayton Ueceaaed Drive at Meadowbrook SALE
FILE IZ7Mi are required to aerv* a spy; of SO months to par I I AVCON
: Anawrr or lending to the ;: Contracting Companr Insured APPLY NOWZneiperlenred '
your 7:30
Stats' of Florida ( MRSFLOHFMh Every :
n .
'Complaint on Plaintiff attorney Phon MU 1253 A. tlmmsrnn. or Experleneed Satray. p.m
News Of Record k. HAAS PILE and ..
'JAMES P. IIAHN P. O. Box 18. MU 6 3088 P DIV R.I. TRUCKMEN BAXLA'S
alt oth d
T erseoncerns : Lakeland. Klorlda and file the Make more year around *...nla.6 Mortgages
In. AUCTION
CIRCUIT COURT onllper.oosc tntereat I In the estate anyhon.tlclRI ofJtt.tA 'original A newer or Pleading In the 21 RoofIng [ ID peat own builneu "'. GALLER
'office of th* Clerk of the Circuit oiling ,.Ulr. Tr.I. and BOY BUID. Mil. refinance PitA "pormerlf The
J 0 Rill ** Vert iha;; end LotllM You II. ltIILLEId".d notified that: a''ourt on or before the (th day ot ROOFING DEPENDABLE work.mnshlp 0 :loads and V ..... Pint Morl W* Bur or Sell for Ten
Lrinirk. eiecuwri. ew" civil acIdFiinFtihln petition are has hereby been filed In aaldourt March, A. D. 1984 If you fall to VI Er prmnu MoOlnnes Ag* S 1am ever- .Ph .I.a .aee Corp of Florida. Kit 5. I .28' Hwr n W.
under'do ao Decree I To Confonao will: I Lumber Company. 000 Mont own b* aol finance Ida A.... MO3137. I Phone MO -M3J
) Ploit Co Inc. etc. nEim.n prayh for an order < o .
( kean .-
D Terlor, tu civil astiss. Paragraph '34.15. Florl la Btatute.. Its niainat I you for th* relief W Msln MU 8-3141 1 Is assured In a home of lUl DIOMl-195 Oa or later P. ..oD.d first m.rl HOW OOOPT ran we ..t? Wall
Xi.oiisIlr and Kntmffrlni Co etc demanded in the Complaint .., .
.
ALL TYPES '
to determine helre and eneflrl rssldentl or com.merclal .01.1 ..... oOIDuPont
vi Ledon J. Jonei. ete dvU actionMar'riM"wikr this notice ehall b* published : .. to wall carpet from SI IS
For outstanding Writ Dick Praaell 10..1 .. will die-
arle. of Jl LIA R MILLER, deceased roofs repaired or replaced your own. : nrlon per eguareard
once ..cIa week. for funreonancu- > McCor. RonDos and Sheet Metal Firm: Sumhln Mover* s000t. 052-2253. I
ve David tltlmanEqul'll. and share of aam In her : Beattcr rut la etandardleM
rr: ::: entate and you are hereby ra- tiY.. werks In the Lak..l.nel Lodger hale Wet Ollvs. MU a.1131. home buy see today' Add.... P. O Boa >4 .t and enerlal euu to rourdlmnuloM
'urlofi Bra'uii ...
( Smith vi. Fred lulred to rile )our written drf cone. '. .II.p.r. Lakeland. Florida HORTICULTURE round and

Mildredei.trTVI Snlth divorce Vlnion ReiLlll"lirM thereto within\ forty dnyi after thc. DONIAND ORflFRFD: at Bur. 24 Plotter Stucco I '"Home For Sale" : ...ll. Rug tao.dl.. In our
d.oreo, flret publication I herec.f. 8I'ooId ow. Florida, ihla 4th day of Feb.mary .wn plscs. Pnbnlo Sidesnr.saln.

Tanner '.. John H. Tanneridolph you fall therein decree will betered en- A. L). 198t. P1J8TIRINO PATCHING BSWcelllnis listings PAUL NAYLOR FertilIzer, ftd, 001105 .1 200 per yard. black
I). H *LOAN JR. 7 5.1
at lOo wovm
dl' '" In due courae upon saId petltlin Alterations and addItIons rod hit prlnle
0'0'''' vs Wllllsm Otis Clerk, Circuit Court MOTORS ol.ld. SI 2Uo. Beat Qualtty ..1111sad
,
Free rstlmetes. licensed Jeff Tel- aROUND PEAT .. Pul and
PestS. "He'tib h divorce et si. etc vs Msrr All i.emons claiming any! ben. .O-R2S ;: son MU 1-.81* Your Quality Rambler Dealer soIl m''.. Located 2200 .MaD .ataasvinsa t Oil poor
Mdln Psrrlilforrclosu Robert. it si, ,nnrL-. flclHl IntrreKl I In said eatata are NOTICE OP INTENTION Pat O'Neah MO 3..831.HOtPHAT. tudaetsn d worth a rid. 0.1.
...* .. Miulred In file anewer and any TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR WANTS o. C. HsmilIOc p.brl. New
Frank Hebb .1 .'. .,,.. .. Chine. T. ,Inline within the sbovs furly.day FINAL DISCHARGE CLEAN land f.rI.wn Dads CIty Hiehwar 1 710 mile
Bmlth el us. lorlssss fndoli WI.*,".M" ..erlod. Mhould you fall therein In He:: Lntat of .n automobile mechanle fprefervlto All ad dirt folB flit. North of Inle..1 4.
BlnclslrLsskett on air condition experience .
Daoi MU "
et al euvs
Frxnk.H el .... mortiu. foreclosureJ dm're. will b* entered In due L. HUSH DLTTHPDiweapied BUSINESS SERVICE Paid vacation. life 37. UU l.samacru lace. film
R oentrr and W B Oentrv. co. icotirre iir* n *..ld petition >- and bopla benetlla I..ran.TOP QUALITY Pangola sod .. 14 ton pick .... I*t 1609 Norneil >
.. etc vs. Msrth Ellis Flsk "ITIII'I my hand and tho TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN teed on eommlMloa.ba.liThle s.atinn Oslo-a bay from o.oor Drive
et si irt ue f .lg:. eal of said Court at Hnrtow, Polk : I* ailS fuUit irowlng dealreshIp 1.ld. Will deliver. MU I. trade.
.Im" bur
: ... useD
North' AccepterCirpenter CorppsrUier ("ottn.y. l-lirlila this l 18th of '" Fll NlTR.
day I 1
.1 ... mortMo Notli hereby liven that In central Plorld Apply AT1'KNI'ION 0ROVC 050cc. and ecll al Street off
U sl."fXiV..n.. I February A. 1PU.. ha\. filed by final report a* Admlnlntrmor DIRECTORYFOR ui Roy Porter, service Manager sacdynae.. Dry eh.n, manure North 220.Cr. .. MU

.iCrlSeiirv.. Clifford I. Bar /RICHARD A. BRON8OS : C T. A. of th. eitale ret 034 E. Mlln '1 MU 1-18 end ernanea. C",. Y.u h.... .. We .!.* .Top Vaia.CI.OTHEOLIZSI .
County Judge of L. ROBS RLYTIIId. dncaaaedhat Trunk % WaIl.. LaSs- "., .
... I.t.
'd..1 lal Mort s.e. Assn .sPol .. ,(I 097. t have filed my petition f,,r YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE and ( I.d AuhurudsIa WO ,
.. mortl&iii POSTS ireatlrnduc.d
Ho..d T. ritltuu
loroolo.u.. NOTICE TO CAIEOITOAS Inal I dlacharce. and that I will Id.ICI. WHEN YOU NEED ITI! 7.1.7. 2 and 3" conplttelrwrlded
I..n Antnonr John H. Anthony IN TNt COUIIIT 01' Tilt COUNTY aptly la the Hon RICHARD A. PRODUCTIONLABORERS 48" eroeearm with *
.r.nce'VBrkipper' JUDOI OF POLK COUNTY HltuNHOV County Jud... of Polk 72 Flovwi, Setdi, Plant nooke. Se to and all 50 pair
Ft v*. C O Skipper County, .Florida on the 4th day of
FLORIDAIn AppllnncM I lamp Repairs Homo drllverr too Phone 'Bo-
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dl.or... March, 1964 for approval I of thename L.1 ph.. .Uon 10 at-
Pederil Ssvlnss and Lon Aun Re: FHtat of br ) -- Stoat blab COLD. HAIIDT. fast erowlnaorivat Blot WaUord Mauufantotlna.5XCHANOI .
of Lskelsnd. .1<. vs Robert 1Puislllo MALDIO II. YOU'NOUeteiwd and final Urban anAdmlnlnlrater FOR PROMPT repairs en rsfrlgrau LAMPS REPLACEMENT aha.drsLamp .pln.. .ppl..lloD hod. pl.nl. 30" hlsh
ho OR combine
el ux mort.*.. lorect..ura.H.rtlord .. C. T. A.. of th* e*. >rs. wshlng vftchlnes, *ndappliances parta and repair. imperial .hool... .du.t aa produot.ioa onoldorodlor .. 13.to dopes. UO 9.Uit. itampe receite sift.soon. pourOtadioa *
sod Ind.mnlt Co.rIo of L. RODS 13UYTHL d
Accident To All Creditor. and Person lass call Thrlftr Cllr Btudloi. 350 souls! Orltan ATnue. .
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= .,.
.nd borer mass ho .n Sc. ad under peraoaainoleo.
... lull.n L. 51.9Cr .It. cHKedIhl AppU.anl
10hD liol L. O".D. SIC. d.oI.ralO" r. Having A..ln.t Bald(IHlma rntnte or: PetnandH |rd 1ar! of February, Pit Service Department. 888-8188 MO 54035.Moving ood and b.I., ...".wa.. work. a*on<. rotau SO-J5 73 foods, Fruit, Veg't'bleseElp 682.M42.

Poll_ 1 ./ JAMES: P. IIAHSAdmlnl.tr.tor l- Au.o Repolrs Service I A Storage I nsshiitasai''um.nl. Apply IDpro. : SCScVICI fruit "'Dd. Ala.shippod. .
L.nkelond. etc en Orcr 0.OCci notified to file all claims anddemanda C T A.. .. 145. and ... AUCTIONFriday .
.lwI Opo.5 p 45yearspanaoscdoy.
Iorrt'itor.Oloolls of L. .
rarton. mcttSUS whlih you h.v* axalnatatat of the estate ROSS
F enterS C..r. ... WIlIi.m lbs of MAUDK H YUUMlaaed VLYrHr, DeceaaedtT RICHARD SPEEDOMETER ALLIED VAN LID. foe hoaO mon.ne I 3 am. thc Dplm.D. 3801 norm Florid
Roar C"or. dl.ore.Ord. i d e> I In lbs nffli.* of It, A.Idroneon : .I2S. Service Complete repairs and ....I... Yar..aII Warehon. 010.INTERNATIONAL .as.IOI. Nltes Only
... ."d Ds.ea'I
....1.. 110 Hlthland Sire. A Tr.D.hr. In.. AeanL MU ORAPCFRUIT. PI..dd.I 7:30:
Olnrk 0NcOnll. County Judge hi. I-
Cotat.ncn Jul11 to-nose. at ( IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. ORANOE. P.M
Sale305.on '813.
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decO, dooresRuth tip. In the ('ourt llotias at HirFlirlila TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, .hIP. Llowsu'a. 1'1 w bur ..
.Jm or
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Tier '. A. '. tinal t.w. within six cHlcnditth POLK, COUNTY\ FLORIDAIN > SURE rou're icttlni the nsou4toe MINERALS .. ReadQUALITY .1

Rodn"e"DVn0rTarlor? fl Patricia Ella 0 from February 28. Itl4wl CHANCERY rour moon br brinxn pour Picture Frame & CHEMICAL CORP. TIlES ripe cltrue fruit JIMMY WALKER'SAUCIN
Beiett tiptoe, final decree o( parAlPhonlo 'iih, I I. th* date <.f the flr.t pubIlpation CM Ne 12770 Docket U auto to 010.."'. Service Center 5. A..DU.BrlO" Picked dally Special order W. CENTER
of this notli'.. l-axh claim Pan Ne. 104 1718 North Florida Avenue. for PICTURa FRAMa: 1I.'Ulltul For.1 .hip. Call 663-4300 HlHlni Pro.
A. Anttionr m. Altlia TCotAl :or demand MARLINE reoslrs. lbs talons In electronic frames and m..ldln.. Custom Sad FlorIda d... M.rk.8 soil North' 'D 92 Et
: n.rkSri! ":PaurLrCP.rkln.NoVn.1 :I 0,0,5 atate t.u.tla:: : ore'f: : LUCAS Plaintiff equipment Is used In determining rcady wads. O.ID" Ar' .h.p OOl.kway 55. .
o. I ond poet offl c..ddrr.a of theImant Ihe ...., trouble You also r*- a807 Oricaus Cteo.l MU 1.310. FItS PIFCE dlD'lt set II'

sssff Bullar.dl..r.... .lnstaa p. >..tFr'd' -I '. muat b* aworn to and WILLIAM-va.-hENRY LT.CA8Defendant.. i G.) wive but best vslusbls of all SftH w. Oreen live rou stamps honest 56 Salesmen 74 Fruit Trees C'I 81-.a.
t b* filed a* aforesaid. else
or .ood
I Plumbing Supplies BABY FURNITURE sony
rpC'MoUrt ::: luiranteed work Call 883.
.
ilEfljg .... in. will lerim void NOTICE OP SUIT 3223 lor an appointment today. BRUSH tverag, FRUIT TRIES Bearing alas. condltlo: All for '21. Call NU
w'mam'"LlnRyan et U 0' "wood' I (a) TIIOMAM M. LANCISTOV TUB RTATB tIlt 'J.IRIIIA TO va K H. MORRIS Joou y..11 PER a week mO. arcs Pear. plum. "Im..o... II*. *rape 2.'''
0urrnoi.PtUa.ucrwsnD Kxm'utor"NOTICE \MLLIAM hENRY; IUA8. Auto Seat Cover Plum biD' .nd IIIOClriral Sopplins 10... can expect to e5.mthI and s0055eranas vine*. All trpei
?nr.r.o d WliIism, L ,Incrr. 5-I ,,1'.12S Wh.s. HealoVnc & MalllnlAddreaa Free 'DI.rm.ll.n and delivery D much to O.r. CHI lie.. .01 .1.onleces ID bloom. Cold r.BETTER USEDFURNITURE
al final decree of oreclo.ure andFl"l" OF IN TIE NT ION are: Dnkn.iwn. = tool rental pipe cut and thread p M to I. rov can ..* .I.ll 51.540 and IIswerin.trpea.
; etc TO MAK. APPLICATION FOR y oOra hereby notified that 5 LINOS AUTO Seas Cover Com ed. 24 bo... scenic. ..8.1410. for deelernhtp landirepln and loan &
StItC.' Bank of Lakeland plela sotomutino tntarloro U8 8U8-0834 Lakeland For tIn be.t lo and
null for divorce haa
FINAL DISCHAROI been filed .r pl..1
C,. Ritdolph Sr :.ud cnw Main Phon MU i.7810. TWO commluloned APPLIANCES
.100.. .t-.. Jt'ej.n : I In Re. Kotatef malnm you In lb eslovero titled Ease; WANT for Polk Countr doe rvlre rail Paul Nur. too

J< "Ht1r::' I'r'I'': B..ulord JFr.llOr. mil. A. rlTLLI\AN 'auee. and Ihnt you are hereby ra1ui'rd PrintingFOR .1..m'D,imtterlal Write Box M.259LakeUnd W"I' Hancork Phone MU 201S ANTIQUES & GIFTS
0 BookheplngBOOKKIIYPING
IIn.1 dnrra d''...... ITO 1'AI'.l"\MIOM IT MAY ., ....rorothrrwr t aacrvaa-o itsn pp defcerna of your aU needi LedterSALESMAN 76 landscaping All Condhllanne Gol Clubs -
''' ALL coot printing
CI _. JID :...::. or''lIl: .:. CONl'Ir.IISI I pan WAL'!' ;R W. MANI, :Y. ) AND Income T.. call MU I...... Commercial Pr_. WANT for hoaxdellverr Tlo Manoganr 55,015 Twin Bodrom Suite 5uIIa,.
Notice I. hereby! given that 1 pin In 11ft.aattorne y. wh tee addrraoin Service Dar or evsnlnss. fastdependlbl Ice Letterhead UUiograpblng sea I. O"t"'OD HARDY SOD CO. B.dol
Lot Qrltnes re thanes Lola Orlmee. have filed my final report .. Adnlnlatrator 1' O. Sox 254. Lskeiand FlorIda servics. Bill Ceils .......In. .105 oompenr _, .pll. doubl. bed ( .Ba.. carved
of chit.uprt. InC 'sat.on, grmiD life Realtor Lawn OrsisseDIsS Cimphorwood Round
final decree cum teslsmento onlexo on or b.foro .h. 81h day 01 Phon .82.128U.
Henrr IBnflnisr heallli Apply Borneo a Dlrr og Ordlng P anting Oak Table cut down coffee
Alene Ruth VI lo
IDr'\r\ : of child s: of th* eMate of Cyril AHulllvan March A. D. 1994 and beforemmedlately or Radiator Service .Lak wire Drive FREE ESTIMATESSIn table On Tbl.
I deceased tl-at I hv thereafter to file wIth Building 1..d Leaf
CeK'Sell I.D.ln.- 1111I Hod.... filed my petition for final di.charge .- the Clerk of the above etyled ANY TYPE radiator *ervle*. WANT SLMH. scale .1 N Ollmor MO 4-0005 rolnlood.. a...- D.P* *>
and that I will al.ply to Court Ihe orlnlnal of said aniwer CONSTRUCTION. cleaning, rebuilding .t.. Hltnwara Tbl.. .
: )( O E N E R A L reeortng with chair -
v r.ri :: : BonIaslIC tho HON RICHARD A. BRONSON. or saId written defen*., If any O Room addition Custom cabinet Peddr Radiator ...-... MD acroM from ." SoAool.FlanS Breakfast Set, ntrft C..1 -
County Judge of Polls Counly If you f.1to do eo. decree Cttr o.ln
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i.Bn'k5, TS&tt&Jsxrgiier pro Interior exterior dcortlng .tl81.. Dining Room Suite.
:: i'torltn.I en the 30th day of confeaia will be entered aialnn French" and modsra paneling 1 AMN: ALUMINUM prod Bed Relrlleralori (..
rud.nT.nt S ::Kel March U6f.> for approval of the you for Ihe relief demanded In the Roofing end siding, Free ashmats. RADIATORS BLOCKS cleanedon **I. Ca MU36M THOUSANDSr.l one 30" Hld-*- Ooodmsttresse
"M"a/i5j: ? same and for final dlachargo .. ComplaintWITNtan. '. 10sF ...,"'...... Call San3550. rehlclo. crcle-flo.. aieuiod. Repair -I after S P m *. new *'G.used -
.1,11I. Oeniler 1302oum
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] Admlnl.tr.tnr atom t..m.nto annalO my hand and official Pina .rallom.D. Local eonteatSr. water Color Cone
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por! i i : ::1 :" :. : .:: of t I'Centats of Cyril A. .eal of office at Bartow Polk Lle.D.od and boDdod. Plorld a34o07Roweavlng I AAAAmrlcn I. and Br.",s.rt's

dom.ID .ult "* to Roblrl I. 1Io..n Hulllvan deceaaedihl ouiily. Florli thla Hit day ofInnuary 1 Tb. Automobile I Aiojtlon of I learn every day
... 8 28th day if February. I9SI A. D lOts Carpeting baa opening for membership : WE BUY SELL TRADE
1 C"OUNT that businessto
COUIITCh..I. 11 W. tltlott'YAdmlolt'Irot..r (dEAL) representative In L.UI'Dd.Wtntr mart Open t am to I p.
: HsIon. uim lest*. D II. StALIN, JR. cZ FOR EXPERT rwevln of math Haven Barlow and Lake advertise in the Class! .
.. Mil5-ItelILUOe.32.U5t-t, Nina X.nne,. 30.HiyIIoroeV ,.IIlIn.wo 0 of thft 8. Clerk Ircult Court CARPET EXPFRT w.II..1IIn.lall.lI.n. hole. an**.. clearett burni, .. area. Must be experiencedn
and flrs.i Mather Furniture fied Dial MU
tat of l'yrll A. Sullivan Dy: DOROTHY BU>NDeputy eto, rH Helium luweavlng ...*- publl contact neat dreuer t section THE SPINNING
o'' IIn.d.ra.., 28. Orl.nd.. Deiea.edIMS7 Clerk Phon "'-'131. I... 505-3015. leaon3l yelp of .. C.mm. for details the WHEE
nod Donna ...... Van. I'D. n. Or.I..do. \ U.8n. .1. ilei .1.w.no. bonuses 815 102 South FlorIda
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Concrete Swimming Pools ... omplore bon'llt. Per sppolntmenl sooner the tmarterl MU s.i.n
NOTICE 01' ASSESSMENTS AGAINST PAOPIIIIITY FOR STREET
01JI. Mr Pro Ptrking In .
IMPSOVEMENT5 .1 .o .
Notice I. I hereby given th.t ......menlu hays been .ntortel ajalnnt ::s LICENSED CONCRITE: contractor POOLS CLEANED repaired.. A..ID.
floor sldewolkssteps
Rochelle HighDelegates all loll and landa aljolnln and conllKuoua lo or bounding or abut .Drlvewor streets .curbs. pstlos and painted. chemical. lupplleeequipment CLASSIPIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED D1DPLAY"r

Una upon th* following publlo way! rawford Street from New YorkAYllnu. o brld.... K. H Morris, ...-.u., WH 702 lasS Mam 5* Wok Wanted
to Dakota A venus In the City of LakrlanI Florida. at providnd La.lan' MU 5-aiM'
by R..olutlon of .ha City Comml..lon duly adopted on the 21nd TRACTOR WORK wanted Ming ."'.
GoingTo day of July IP63 said ......m.nt bcltt I'I&7abl. In th... .lInual TelovlilonsUpholitorlng and dlMlaa New equiponQuick ..
:lnatsltmaots with l Interept: iMiyabl annually, th* r.t. of S per >& Fences .I. Cell for free estlite -
-cnt per annum a* hereinafter: itt-ally: .la forth PaR TIIL.VJ8101'1' repairs OD all Powers MU *-0 31

Meet Slosh Lot Ssbdioisios I'ront Pt, A......m..t.I MUTUAL PENCI Omptnr. Inc m._... 1..1, eco-aSh ..,.I... sat ALTERING ZIPPERS repllcedeweavln .
State I Vllrni Height SKIT 5 >>01." Lowest prices. no dowa parmentguaranteed ThruSt CII' Mil 0.5150.. *. semis kinds Mrs.htouscr. '60CHEV.
S 5.& 4 Valencia Height 100 00 hIlts We wont be under 540 Norfolk l COrel.:
t a I Valencia Height 60.01) "64.loI lofl IOld. L..IDd JDd.."" M17 541.20. .
W. DO teat-sc work. dlsalna.mowin. ,
I Miss Annie B. McGriff and 8 Valencia Height 60.(HIT (64.20 PeaS .Itm.t. .. land.upID'. baonciii

C. Redmond, the secretary a Valuni. Height 60.(mS 164.SOSM20 (1) IIAOOtITT tlPHOLBT.RING 55evirs. dirt. Boasonabia. ._.ao I_

Henry Rochelle a Valencia Helghta 68 lilt Furniture Slip ...... and dra..... ceosnsbln. 8813.. .
and vice president of a t Valencia Helghta to.oil 16420 Pre. eitlmitee. pick' up WANT work andpeleny '
High School Parent.Teach.- S 10 Valencia Height 81.13 91411 BRIDD Hess r.rnllure prices.Odaiker's sad d.II..". Phone ...-...0. 505 p..aIID'CARPIINTEINO. '
a 10 Vlleni Height 8100 r..bl. BISCAYNE
82761 W Pumltur. PbOD 452am3Z HolllniworU RoadVenetian .
er Association, will representthe 11.0. II.SI.23 W *4i' of HK"4 of NEVl Me' j. too .m.l. .s.

at the 37th annual leu W 15 thereof SIS. school Intersection of Streets, Alley and Other a.94.PI Income Tax I L 0 0 R PINI8HINO. "'.1.... $795
cession of the Florida Congress ..... pathUas. Int.or. ....- .
Total (.537 Ih 1771111 VERTICALS AND horlaontelfanufacturad P ".D.bl. ""_.
Teacher
of Colored Parents and TO PHOPFRTY: OWN :III'I INTERESTED IN TUB 01\1':001:00; ijmCC INCOME TAX Repaired cleaned. ..- .lm.t.. .. Me T.r", ...

*. AS hS .MKNT8. ORhFTlN'OS: : $5 and reflnlihed Lisa autamolill eno- WILL KEEP .Id.rl _pl.
You eaih of hereby notified that the Enuallaatlon up alas blind .1r.Llt MU (- 7n. I I'
The Congress will meet tomorrow are ycu Board h.m.. MUo.
will alt at the City Commlaalon I hamlier In th* City of Lakeland. H & R Block Co. I
through Saturday at Lin-lorlda. .t 10.00 o'cIOt'k sm. on t"e Ind day 01 March J984. for thopurllOI. GENERAL CARPENTER; work. PENDARVIS

School In Gaine.ville. of h..rl... eomtlainla with .I..nc. to .......m.n.. and Weekdari t A 51. to e PM. LEDGER Bulldln. repilr roofing sddl.tloos.
coin High ..,'h nf th".... and .t such titus. asid ..........n.. will b. .dJ..d Ssk C Sun e t* I 1$ No lob. too small-loo .
An estimated 500 delegates are and 5tuallaed. .PI.ro..d .nd finally conllrm.d by tho City CIImml..Ion .- 106 West Walnut St. I ''mpOD. .2..23.
to take part In the con of the 1.11. of lakels nd. Plo-ide. CLSSffD ADS SEWINO AND llerllons All CHEVROLET CO5
expected This th. 17th day of February, l 64. Phone 686.1958 Kinds. Men'a, woman's and chll.dren .
vention, which Is organized under a /./ R. HARDI) flRIZZARD 's. c'a pick up nd deliver 310 No. Florlds Ave.lolmeland .
Unifying Effort IIIR.r..'<>nlllll..I..n.r CU ....027.
the theme /520. V. \0t =Y.Clt IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS MOTHERS (JNOAT1OFIFDniI1.,
Achievements.
for Better M.nItIlOl' .. .o.r nhild to ..Un.. Oloktcc
Delegates will register today /./ L. K B11UMAV. '" BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION .day gall 512-7151. "...
llerkApiroveil .
Hy health .ard. 10 bourn ,12
and tomorrow, with formal open aa to film ami .orieilnes. '

Ing of the convention set for tomorrow /./J. HAKOIN IfclbltSON.: : JR,. DIALMU. 6-1 151-Ask For Classified CLERK-TYPIST.I.e's kulsluit Experienced bookkeeper 11021:

morning at 10 o'clock. u0asw' Attorney East Canal Drive I

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I I Ik MERCHANDISE I MERCHANDISE ..3wWoPP9H ;: I LAKELAND ER Wednesday, Feb. 26,191427_ I I

.lo1rRoM&AUIWIP. UZNOOSI TrwTT Sc4o059kR'A REAL ESTATE I REAl ESTATE
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BUYER 0 T1 srmeira fuULCf PONIES 540104090. WiTh RtGCEDiABLB 153 HO.III FK S.l.Don't 1S3Heuioi Fer SiloOOUPI.5'IILY
RBTOfHIBMCD P1VB roomifurBllur 01 TRANSFERRED: loOn 0" o BOATS TO CAN.ocrra .
I* b* Mid .to tatti fp 00 p.rm..to .0 0 Mound DoW ; ONE COULD AM QMXX6 HOPBESiHUMM8RT MOM t JUST LOOK
ooffs*.*. Be* 0. X"* *nUpokt WMUnihoiu rtBio rofruon & CQ00bnD3SCFI9l.DS a 150 attracUMl
2HH5 Htw Tampa flhsboor.MU sod ...h... Mo r bone ...... H. WSH FORT AT THflT PUBCOMttl'iNf Miss This One urnl.hed. MltaRunly t'tore
.., ...... 1 *, bu* church Only I3.KM
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I _ 2fiTJ. i4ii'TUB I for Southslde Lt Clark: Realty, 5004171.MAKE .
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1 .'-. 0001 ...... MU '06110'. I doIrnok-Door...1..r01rltnrstor Tall. .'11'. oo Pop.OSOtSe .... 1. 7 mi ear.. D'modern._ Included kitchen with Oaraar.

rB BALE. M ...Clo& Shod.. rll.la p.r no.005 pSoop t I arani tree. Ill,MO. must
b..... four lood -. fun.puod. I trlnsrerr
BUM cub off. or *.IUtrad. 870 3
VACUOM CLEANER robujinnoodltlonM room
I for omail koM aDd khob.r. re- sel bom
ntw Koptin, ..
.H..IMISKHRO armiloM ....trl.. jui Cl.t.i.par PER 2'/4 hardwo non

(;AIU'SNnJTOOLa and tool H.l.hl. Bird MV t+m. $50 MONT central condl

0188, for 0011 al1 50018 fnwo.CihI "Ova bALI: Upnd ... room.. Flo. : Honing double
, .SI-II31. noddrouor knot. plo obool and S and I bedroom .. cr
I BOOTTIB travel ".lIar.* who oalrror On. old (uOB ... that moot b* old tromedlavalrMa Drapes and I
13' *elf contained. fully aauippi boor bold ann room, wal-< auallfrlni a* eloelni *aet, BOeiuai.
Ilk. new. Apply II* Cut MPonild nut wordrobo wltb ill draw&.. Minimum dawn par an., cude. Swimming pl wit

TOO K.UllOM Oood AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE 1* REAl ESTATE and 50 move In. .Informetlpnoai PrldayM 0 rter system

AIRPLANE.--CBBBNA. 170-B. r.. TWO PIECE owuonol sod ontorchoir. MOd..1 gate and Southwest School

die. low Iron.Urn SM. I4MO Crib Dlnellwrouiht m.pl.: ,. ....rllI.. Orown.. .0 Sold 0-4574 009.. 9410 oPT, 117 AstomibllH Wanted 1)0 FwBlshsd He.ml 143 Mobile Hems let 147 Income Property. 153 Hob-iu For Sale R(1 04.

III ...-.n.. IUBCItLLANJIOUI: 00000HOl.t.l001lIthlon. : TWO BKDROOM houM Two TWO DUPLIXEB (four apart 1 ST OWNER, en 5000. three be M 228OWN

Two CHCVROLsrr Pour door lor III. .301 boo CASH FOR YOUR CAR uaall ehlldrea _P.... Oil a Free Rent. menli) kitchen h..I_. All room CB full III* bath. carpoutility .:: MEL RUDY
Lono, 9100.9 ..
eedaa Two lood hoOd maltreeMOne p monta 5514000. _ClIIIoIIod. Eicellenl retura aiIneeiUnent I room. 111.000. I1M: dowo. !
drop. bead .30.. **wlni mchLic I- Phone all-OIHl HHT otto 1pmCE REALTOR
I SOS burner oil heat. 3 I COMPLETE rooms good Pwdtnl Obomlet, will NICELT PUHNIaHED. one hod.'ow I
Free boauui
.....*. Call IH01I1'tween furniture .w rout nor ii ui iaa aew Shock bone*. No p*... Towing. DUPLEX PORNlaHCD Cloe Ul Boua. would ,1 Smal payment 1527 E Memoria Blvd.
including s tOY e Lake .
Mariana Pa rd road 13
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adult. |TB _nUo. pwnanM A teal at 17 too Leahy. Realtor, Road IB Medulla, S
1'0'" aALB M.W .hollow ,..lhpoop. and refrigerator, $289. Pay. CAR PAYMENTSTOO reildrntt. 11.DU.LU. .-.-. till April 1 710 Horm MauachuMtta MU S- mllo out Leklland Auburodl 00 three Parkar Ul. bath < 68-10 any tl.
R.W Orion _tor. 110. MV.o86 bt central Plortda mod ulu 161.1. 'NO3813.. : br. Q,
.. .. ID' ttmn.SACRIFICS. menu only $11 per raonti 'nIJUII1I roo", and ntodurs BMblUwai aarkIPS with and 0
bllb. V., 01.51. lI.bll sod w. PiabIolrolb DUPLEX: DELUXE la eerr BIN POa .ALR 00 OwnS- and "..1141.or. ) lot *_a..1 1'.lt..PP'ala
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COMLI1'0 net Book POLK TRADING MART HIGH? r ru.n....... 111 wo k. I.1101800101I. M mobtihoIns 'aDolt 9045, neighborhood. bardwood floor brood sow. ..., 050UIIOI. 09.00 k .
01 SUO0hOdI.. ..... Coil M\I 0. New CO._ 1.51 and 100.1. .u nIt. r"'lIItIoo on ..I.. rIbs, air conditioned, elecul beet. In Cl...land Rrlihu. ....uUlul Call Bart Traa.u M 8 BRICK HOMES
0880 ...' I.. p m. Auburndale Highway Poadarvli Che.rol" will pay err! 0024039. lot 90005 lb ... rooroutbos balldloll plenty clceet ........ ranie anelrlierator. < I.... Oak floora air condition. a-7oot MU a-7171.
MU 3-2044 our lat model car nod "DCI .. doubl carport ........ bOIl Two lam bedroo*..' o SELECT BRICK
ZAG nu II...* IB on* Pop MB arron. ALL NEW lOOmS: combined Want aomeUtlnt norlda room. biu and I.. A Tee
NECCHI ZIG 0.5 Mr 131 FrRe.1, tMtieslloneo 01... thli to It. Owner. IBS-looi nom* for aomoon who want U,. 1002 CLEARVIEW! are ready for IMMEDIATE .
Automatic Mwlni ...hlo.. 1.50 ,,104 Gas Oil full Muudl or Mr Duos Drive Out Today To bait and priced below 0.100.
FOWl UNITS "*.000. ocellonimoney redecorated ban with I OCCUPANCY.
MUM buuob hole*. noon COMMERCIAL BKSIDENT1Afumlkhod Term with a. cloeln coil*. L.- Newly
new button Mind UtohM.. notOfWni. PENDARVIS or MnfurBiKimd rontai CIRCLE M mikcr Near new wardi rated at S14 Kerneywood HWoodard I. bedroom, I.... Ul* batb p- Features include 3 4BR.
on el*. M.kM oil fan, ROPANE OAI (or eooklni hiio ,- Mol Unit _..... HIT But MBioruu .. Publiii aad Bean Call MU after S pboa Mil led norlda room and cloerla I
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.Utone*. Bold lor U4* M bilio. bob.. wolw. Irrliotlon. Indu. Bird IH-4107 aortlno. 3-3334. i-1334. lira**, an D'ID lot aioompletely .d ., 2 Fi I
trial ... Coil ..."' -. !"'. in CHEVROLET MOBILE HOME 10 Bat
BOW du* *nIp SIS II or II t.. 000101 0.. -._ un 10.. 141 Watsrfrsnt IMO POB my a.ulty, auunnUily .. t Wlo. dining lo at, :
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month. lb000dols IIlOb.... lie M. rortda A.o. 133 Mobile. Kernel I ICLBAII 1501 West Arlana St. ._...carTrad..I.do.aaymenta ot. |.113 tlUleland. Thrno Coo.IrOOIPIOOS. 110 moot.loo. call MI $450 down rm.- l and NO .

MU 2-4137 Open 7 Days 9 6 PMlEAUTirUL CBOABJ laSts, 2.7560 .1. T. .

105 Jtwtlry 121 MsMIe ....... ....11....MODERN..tl...turaUBOd. Oood boUMl U,ln. LAROB ohad, I 101, UtftO.. 17050.1 bedroom CooS. sPool or term.elonbouea .. POUR BWROO" r.om. homo In 0.001(00 5.7173.CLOSE DOWN PAYMENT VA

ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC oondilion. UI4IIUO fsrmbohndlap. lor trailer Ml Lak ....k... Set, Lane lot* from .*... s* aft aa > : I7. oo' $ I'lIdO:1,I
VB PAT euh dlwoBd Onto |HW-ll >a wo kl,. *u- M Tank water and aleelrto PI,, nook day*. cr.... A .OnafiboiRidewy Birm.nl. 0? will trade IN AT
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Automatic sewing machine N of", 't old Jewilrr...141. pliucum 1" SoulS tUvooloon noi. MONTEREY DELMAR 309?. .3..131.. S mills nona M ... pl,.. Phone MV S-4BII I IA L.JST LISTED

console. Like new. Balance Ida. MIRAMAR MARK NICK MODERN bouMlrallw NIc.. TRAILEIOWNERI, V.u'u IDle,: OB 301. Woodi and water PREB dream vacation. 1'.. I 821 E. ORANGE
.!_ "'lao* *. 1IT.. Adultt. luptti lvi 0onynur.00 lot III La'. IT* oaouib on trio purohai i 01
$36.BS or $6 per month.. VAGABOND MO Morte Florida. .... wood Tr.U"? Elt.to.. TO.blooki .I 151 Real Ettati Exchanf IhU beauutul tttre bedroom honKimpltto .. IAL PC1!) SS,TOW A.... 2 BR home ii. I
guaranteed. 107 PlumbIng. IspplUsMontgomery 131. 05.1 or Lako ....11 on wltb S III. _11>.. ISO.. I U' Mock from u completely
Fully MOBILB BOMB WSC1UMC1 20011 90.000. Is,.. In'. p5,04. ... Itrlnaroom. paneled PlorK huffleboar oourta. 49 amiuve FRNISHE.ha
TRADE 65 bodraom
MU 2-4137 Ward 134 Mobile Home Lots I 1)0005 .0.0(1.904. todororound01111)3u CB BQUITT home for In hotu trail.. room Plenty cf clout and euipaoe. >,. bOOS eeo.leUny at .Uvu ened I prh,
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DEE'SMOBILE Follow 01111. 1. 190.04: son Landicapod 5040140 room kltcboa 3 bedroom and
MU S-4001 alter I SOUTHSIDE
'JET A GAS HOT WATER HolI.w... J.. 105110?. 1014334or : pjn will let vie*. Moot be noon ilaieed IB rwar Oh. ye*. S ony ,
LABB BONMT Pour Btar MoblllHoma .
HOMES ._.?t. I arlilaal price 111 loo Often Krone* la f. ale. Lo' 900. RN.1049.
Park Hew lancet lot IiLakeland. .
99 Booh, Motors, S.ppHet HEATER FROM WARDS sod Munlcl* WANNATRADE now by owner for SUMO On, It BOO feet deen ..retn.
Blabs dry
Have Hot Water When Ml ... Wlbaak MU eMIItAUER I pal alectn water and aewer. 11300 down Fhon BA .-....., or bulldlni rental aol'

PISHINO BOAT HIM Ulpaddloooardl. Onto iaa bu. line. Block uaw TRAILER ? lalne city IBOMct ROolOa
can***. iallbab$. You Need It! SALk.1 Or*** Park Bbopplnl Center TIbET BEDROOMB m b.tb.I SCOTT KELLYRealtor
piddlcblk*. eutboerdp. (0011.00.Coohohbo'S roalala. laiur Good lk and boat norlda room condition 1
winter ... 14-Hr tnit.uttu IBO*. larato, parta o ". lared. tleblnc LOTS ar KEN HARRIS
Herendiie
117 N. beaded local sad 050uO<0100000t000. ini. Bmall pel*. 1140 North Crrtal 00 Uiei* momnt Ul. owner wlronilder enced yard Real barialn In 5
rea. $934650.WI'OOT Kentucky Jack. Isbn Drle MU ..,.,3. tradlni Uielr ooultlw o. loop dMlrhl location rail MV Roalur I LMLA
4710 .
Chrll CTO.lt twin MiIS .. MU 2-3103 Toonpo III.b..,. MO *- o>4.One DIXIE MOBILB ...k. 4160 Ne. EXTRA LARGE llerent bomb for tariout rea-.i-4Q)l ar after I .... .ij4MIAROAIN lt) B Plorld Af*. 213 S.

depth recorder. ...d.. olio LiT :i iEAVIR: t.00n1 V.110.... Tampa HUhway. Lar** dry lot*. PAVED ROAD ont. THREE attraoUn CB ...-.n.GOD Tenn.e
313 Minim O. Ron 4. Auburn 2 bedroom CB WItS PlorMa room. 25195WESTSIE
Municipal 1101,00. Mwera, tele tome* Cirport utility. awniiindowl Mt
01 Hones MusIcal 13' to IT Coitell Travel 7'rshI-
Hale. WO T 3MIIBel t toil .. i pfloooo12.157'. CRYSTAL LAKE clean a* a aia will oonildetrad In.ulitod nlc 1I.lOh.I
f*. H endil Bird.. Winter BirMOBILB
14 flbortbto both 40 HInovor On. 8113-18la.* AREA for a Biro lllu 10.... doe.t bo.hood. no clly ton*, a* ..- BUY.arge
till tr.il.r. kuumiti ONI ANTIQUE nprltht. Birtoll LAIIOS M081L1I bonln 1010 to. obopploi RN-IB9 IOU 00'" Term. Three bedroonvorltl .
OBMU In. loo BovM. Florid. OWOS0.TRANOPIIUL: >. monO rOSS 900 MII100 sln.t. PboonMU lOll Wland OnIon, loS 'II'
... (.. photowrod M4U. U bu 3 bedroora CB. Built-in .nll" IIII
Ilk* ..w. MU '-41113.I. A....... MO S.3111. .U 11' 1 10' _01. Ioo.t.od. lot -oea.. $1,495.00 .".. On ta soon. hi and don onto .bod. I..... ",110 ) BR home racing
11 P.o I'r.Oord.... MobUoPork. EVERAL TRAHAt apaooo *..11. about 4 ml. from cltr limit*. ROo 110000 Thro ......room.III $30 DW
.' PLYWOOD0. II HP Bvlnrud HEAR .81.1208. ablo Patkwar Trailer Park ttt: $150| down $25 mont I 1046 Btnm II.loo and two bo. Lake Bonny. Tile bath-fu Modrj block bom In aon.llUon .
motor .nd Cnn trotter Colt 30.1 TRAVELO foil ., Mow TMBPB Hl bwa>. room. 71T Savannah 17. 00. Ski. I .. .'I
WO T 1731 Auburndll.. THE NEW LOWREY OIlS Ito.bOOS. ] or 4 bedroom CB, with Plorld dining room. IVi lots 8 e. 13 wilt
11011 onobIn
aero BU duraunt for
.Ir roodlU050d. .1.. 11I10 Phone room. S ...th.. .ery clean located tr* .* bodroom*. Low "
WITH AOTOMATIQORCHB8TKA 055065 OIlS lo.'on 104000.. 135 looms For Hint 18, Multr. P50510W000 frontage. Furnished o of
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008TROI.9yoll BB 01$ Clemlaad UiUbt Blvd III.1731rHRKB ret o *ot* with parmmt*
NEW .booo.. Wood 050.600.. WIll ..0308p0.Oinlp. 682-2283 RII.I01l. Good tenni Indudlnt taw sod Inwr-
PLAT o ono-nol BHlodItH .1
tour rliht hind tad luuUclUr .a"'II6' 1.6005 11.0O.. .1._ 005F boo I bedroom CB *. t aero*. Thl BEDROOM tw. full unrrl.he FA.ABBOT.HECKES.
CRAFTFIBERGLASS four n*...ot* oiilodOOIKM 1964 born*, two beoom < OoDIIom.n ...,......... Solon r 5u homo bu 'err lane hymn room laiha family room ainaraiitilliy RQ1070
CACCI B full chord-ban BOI. .. noelleBt rondlUoo. Prlc, DO..b' MO 11341Utifamlihid. 144 Acrsojs lot fir Sols dlnlni area Mailer bedroom I* with ehawer wollMowoll.sIp.IbOO CO.
lu. from tbo 0007 tint BOM .00.90051.. 16 Ouoionn Circlewdroom 081 VACANT Wool II Hit wlUl full bilh bu too"... 0000051000 50 all. R. M. MARLER
SEE: DEAR PLAT l..ko room. Pu.rnUr.d ,.. oft sod bD 1105. P.rfmt 1.
RoOD' o floor La boll hal 1001
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Top MANY bOMUful MllM M'dlipiart '. I'IV. .CRI tr. $21 d.w. 021 I ,double carport, plui I uulltrooma ditt. I. Ni
ea 10' 0 .2\10' 1910 PlItitstOs" too 00065. ...1 Rudp 9.oitor. I"1 & SON 94113 '
work abop RO-10M JNDItR CONSTRUCTION ttadlonal .T. ..
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front kilt-boa,
ICiJicrooB .
Fishing Boats with bait UI Apart Memorial Bled. MU 04107Q1BBON1 In I
CANNON: MUSIC CO. oBcloeuro. 10 040' alum dnlin toaturlm *eiirat
well and air tanks urn ........ loll tail MalaMl PARK. AtUactlr lakeview .: Call 3051. 000'18' t.odo, dlnlny room panld fan LN- Realtor!
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303 P10.140
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LINCOLN COURT APSrtmn0101.abnlsod'O lot Lari wooded ilia will I "U .1217 ohio. ? 4 ..., 1\y room with tlr.plsdouble 401 B. Mala Si MU 1661etrlni
10! ft $139.00 PrIdsr Ivnntono OREAT Lakea dtlui alum flaeet for colored peapi .ewer and wino In. Oood termi boor entry lorer. doubl laraiIrlar LUiland Bine IBOI KATHLEEN
11 ft. 179.00 lAUTlFtl iptNEt ploaoi17S loom 40110'. front'klotoea. iwitedrooau *. North Lincoln and Woo 7tnMO NBC Land Company. ttB2>OOBft. HOWARD GILLETTE Brae, Lakeland. mwl di. ,
OooMlloo |3111 Mudloi, aorfoct 085411100. baakIII 14114bodroora .Irabio .dd, Ba oixn. kulli 3 ._.. CB bppoP. ...eohoolwly .
12 ft. 199.00 U311 luirlihu ItTS a s I. flaaaoa IH Oaklaad Road CHOICE. : BUILDINO III.. ISO,. .r. ..- .. redecorated aowaraent
BRAND NIW.: 141 directly behind SIWO Cleveland REALTOR LMLA
12 ft new style $209.00 "town'i, ..4 South Plodda.ACCORDION. Aub0050oln.IPSIOONORAI.. TwIn I. ..ow.. 950,40 ooUnin.SOIInOIP. two RfOt..,.. Bed Call MU 1-. PHONE MU 2-4179 18 ITA UN TON Avon... 00,5.0 Benford Ave. .. .
.. 32'.1. ..... Tbt. _... Iwo 0.0
295.00 120 8. I WMk apartment In Lakiland Mlil, MU 0.3070. "'
13 ft. old. T twltcbw ooit 100. ttll nod 1.041905. Mrs .I.b,. 408.'. Oak floor, air ..Ddluo_. bull : 110 W Walnut at S. Fla 'lorlda room built In rant 000 TAE IT EASY
14 ft 275.00 h.. ........... I1M or b. t tad 1'ourto. ..... U" 5161 MaID In rani and *.... olootrllebn LAND BUY land1 1010 acrei e.mlrleared ..en. Central air and beat. Owi. tfot dMlrabl Ueel In eiclmlr.aeUlotod 4r> with. CBabana.
ler ImniMllatolir Writ Bo. M. .1.1.... Ton.11 Had Bone aiIco pin 160 per acre ."101..rod. MU S.1081rURkB PUI. lleliliu whei ." Ie ...1. room
1340 acre cattle nnrh. fenoM *noroel < .UI
260. LaHland UdiorOK charlM Sorder. bon M.UI fenced Corral and toedlnichut ,: 152 Real Estate Wanted BKDHOOM. two bell. roar ..... oa ..Iued it. "' ROoUo

CRAWFORD MARINE SALE: BUidlo PI&BO. 4 M. 122 Mobile Homes Wants I -41XDELUXE. *.. OtIS 50 P0001. 10 acreionly loubl. carport corner lot, 170 ollln. L.. Thl. horns alo.d. Ool -
00041065 fluU. I olirlntU. KBOoohono two Bansoos dupln I. DIII. isooo 11800 down 100 .....: WS OET reiulUI Meed Ilillnior Soon. no elo.U>|. 4JI Cirltoiill ,1 .1 ru baU buinreeu SPIC AND SPAN
Corner N. Florida and ... KxoollMit oo.elltlon I..d. R.wl rodrol.d, $75 amooth. 90 bead of cam only 500.0003000s.rnsfourmtltwfromC : ..I. renlali. Mil Rudy, Re*!. ..II7RIVATB, oom* bar
TRAILER .
ANTED under OOI .
II .; ,. 1527 Ka.t Memorial. ...-.101.' *a loud paUo C..ol I .drama, CB bouee file
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Memorial Blvd. 9.rnOll% Ouon nOlOnl. ICKIlIoulll : .>boa* Tampa |:2A.een wrmua L.odp. .wn. MU 94341.MU CB thri. vim room hu Pt
000040. Oina 1210 Ea.t Brotdwarampa. ,.7.... preil Oardena. US. hllhwn I WANTED' 75 to goo ..,.. 01 1 OWNll. two bloct laei mutar .ult. I IJlu.hi I. Ida .room 1.lf 01 D"" I
Phone MU 2-0448 '''D.., only 1710 per acr.. Our, boom. \ .00. .. .b" 1101.
land Pralar AnenlUie Ba .1.
FOR .ar.. 0101 WurhIton 1019,1 ; DU.LEX. (Isoos roo. nod a. O. Led R L tlardn.r. lat Cr.1aI Lak .bo. 0.0.plntolr kilo .. eioertlr plann
plans. 1310. Pill NO .aorOll alto.I. b.11 ..od.... 110 0.00th.. 101. I Dick' fIrstly ay, toil But .. his bulur. Low or buy Con. .v ium.V tad Inl'.UO iround AWAY
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R. M. Pulld and
.. 1500 10009 01(0,4. T.lnSlhon. Ider A moru.ii m bouts .
103 Fcrnlture & ApallanctilEPRiaiRATOIU. 124 Trucks, Trailer 0034305. MU aIUJbedroom .__ von Sod r.,..._I7-I7J4_ lampa, m.,10S call ol.. IN" Moot Mil hIs 1 bedroom trainSn.luhbon000d.
AMAHA CONN. plaaoo oritnlrrle FIV8 : SInS sod ,.. 8EDUC 1.100.
: W A S C S B Soun .. HUhoot .001110 DId lU .IJT CHEVROLET pickup. Aoodltloa TWO bedroom with .... OUtS. modern bouio dry. bordtold. .II. two bed. A. S. MORROW ouw. line. Prfced corner ,". mil air**
... .ir ..odl'lo..... oto. AU bill.*. IM 1711 .1042 soul norAnauo ll.9. U04 Boula Plot. tral beat DId aly aondlUonlni pond IrrliaUon fenced. LIST YOURPROPERTY room l.u. eondlton. MO-loia .
bunt ..... ilecl ., CI PolIsh iron.
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Ids CM MM. Id., in ana and rotrlieraler H.I.h. -
1000hIOd. Prvrnpt nvtrMTIC ndicapod, term Plant CIU Rlt 1M.
nkM Walklai dlitanc to WITH US .ecti.a for II told 00bisroll I. .
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. Ion lu for load no.4 00. 1I2.a7l0.CHOICII a Tn. "U311
HSVllOt.JIT: h-Ion .ltkup for ecbooU Sod abopplni The rlne.1, 11 14 5. 3 BIG LOTS
PlI..... p90? 50010.108.. sod. 112 Waatet MluelUnsewi Oslo. or tr.d. .108. 1 SooUulo. 1811kin. pirlment I. Lakeland. 4100 permonlh 'O'.lfO' 1,1 I. Ill,. 1427POP. If 'lIh..t,* cm.t SELL It. BHRHIT I
$00.0 41..1.. 1'1110' D. "' .A. .. AIR CONDITIONED and Stolid 005 Bdiewood. aoutll to Wood.
.bird La.. Lak.I. .. 131 Wool Carole Ktreel Pisol. L.ndocll'd 12,011O.' DOWN." H L. ahortyl Palm.
0110000$. 133. AubuOndohl 104MU CAIN. 'Poll pollS o.oo.d Poop.dU Cal B. 8. B.bDI.18... or 'oIl MU I.13J4THIRO _ ar RealUir LMLA 20* BTen. tbr b.ool. FlorIda .r $100 DOWN word 1>.1... 1 bedroom bow
"tnV ;JU S 3170 'omc. Call MU S .1 no oum In all tertloni of Lik. luited on 00. lot RN..n.L.D. .
3.3371.OOOD US Boon I SECTION now open 'i 10 0'_* Atrtnue. Ph... MO '113IN.n
BARQAINS Complewlr r* te S. T.o... Aol. ParbbS. That. 0000005 from. 000o.. and awnd by PHA for loin .1
lao Aero PbS lot
UaPO tIIrOltllt0 sod othorhooodaold UNI'I1I1NIliHSD. MOL/ERN. rod.onrst.d. your I.0.whU. "I
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ulll sod lUoriatMd LoU II.. sun.. 01 1.64. .
ItamiU Too prlo08 pold. Pour room. Sad both, tb* election I. iced Beuiful 11,10 .
UiWIitlan Alwui UseD BUBBH far .1.. Bolwoli or down payment loeiBi
ap. PTM hon. MU l-llooOUUR D
.. MU I-4J04 flop lot CPU MO 64722.NSWLY SIllS loll with Blentr 01
1-341 .
ar trpe. rord ChOTrolet .., monlaly .
Lak.l.nd' boos bun In nw 01iMd 0)30.Moe. .. and *uy .10.
u TV .t Nil* A Da T TV. 1330 Intornatlonal Prra '"00 DECORATED: lIen roomn.bsIlo. hado tr*** Ttal .prlc ... POR HI. b, owner 00 Call ui to *.. *om* of I.* .t SETH
lUburadUo Rood. 0_ till S..00p. UD. Contact H. A towla, 411 .....n.d Boroh Soot 11.00.. tI dDW. .IS tall moltS For...moo.bOfOl'OtStbolO. .. 151 Heuiei For Sol I. Omb.Rad. IsIS up parmenl boos Bowl McKEE
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AUTOMOTIVE ... MU .-,.
i m. MU 11170.WISTIJ9OHOUSO. lou)) Iniraheja .u.. ..12.210a. lush. Park HIlL ID..tro 13* Polo la Cheek I\.DlI
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4-1111 ar DIB winter. ciJ
m..... IWNEB LEAVING Florida loon alI P19. NO .
UPRIGHT frenr .1413. Winter H..... OUR ROOM boue unlohb.d..1011O wlln I' t.o.
ffr. modern b."' at a rudon.dp000.
ca>n. 1401 .
._U'D' ooodatoB. CiJl 116 Avtemebllet For Sell II..t
la AKKLANDS RElIT ...Iu.. Lo urnl.hed unfurnlbdHO
n9 Unfurnithsd, Houses or s .
ll337 oJurBADCOCK'S I. I 21 Bwilneti Plocii for Din I 71'>176'. walklui dl.tanc to Woodbine or. pmJ60 CO.

.ol CREVT n air conditioned, soulhiat ibopnini and eohooU DOWN ..monthly Thredroom .. ABBOT.HECKES
lomaui tranimiailon r i d In. TORE FOR .to...* or shop LBO PARtLY rurDl...... I sod liooo cm MU t-Otil n Ml OUTHBIDB. NtW' Trid. rouronulty *. CB, eoulheaet locaon ,: LA HOMES BY
h..l.r. tinted .lu.. II.too. CM sod ll.lm ........ lOiW 01. 2 i bedroom. Mol Rod RtaJtor. '31170 T II... bedroom tonI Kitchen built-in.. It* boUt.n.outdulir To. ... P. ..1.
Ax* B.?.>i TOnI 16..11.,. 00'.10' PhOton Ml.10U W SU 2027 Kael Memollal Bl">d. *M. .III lake twin bed. Walklni dieanc redecoraied Shipley. 11 VA MANAGER
WAITED 71 I* 100 acre olt ahopplal sOd 11040.01117oIil. .
loll. SI IO7NPVRNWHKD. : jailor'. 6M-I 01, l l fJJAIIUAIN .
SEMI.ANNUALTRADEIN I WI: FINANC. Your .rodlt I.good. II. lind Prefer Arimtln. Ba arrow .t,... from. South
Low op $40 donS. .......ID'I DUPLEX I bed bla ....'u.*. Leae or buy Con ...1 Junior Him Wont Wlndeortret IJM d.... IU moalbi FOUR !'fori
CLEARANCESALE 11004 don. 006-9010 rooms ..'PO" s block ...001.. Ider other. R. M Pulldo sod I nIt South Ltnooia A..- I,. Thro* bedroom CB carport. bath nE $100 DOWN
I I *10 S. FLORIDA ""-1210 B* MuUiHto 'no 1211 Carollai4071 Bon nod Parm, S7<-1731, Tampi .u*. Open Bundy after noon. alM I"... roomi. Beet uctloa Corabei. Two g.l
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RUt. NICI l 64 Hudeoa M Pt. of Uk. Bow air aondlttoBMae "..- or U-40M ippolnlm.ot. Pnon III110 area Bhlpler, Rlaltor $100 downl I
00. owner Air conditioned By .. In Ideal locitloa D.I I tt ROVE LAND 80 SOrO. pin by 8hol. nlihl. I only Mao, thole nomei In all lora
tP TO MO d..IoIo. Aaklni ta11. MO .. Polk Theater and aoreee I... THU. BEDROOM wlUl ......rlKI1 old *.... Beautiful kIll land dll-1311 only $98001! Near Uo.. Contpletoly r.do.sIodlMostilll
TRADE ALLOWANCIPOB ....4. low' Polk Federal bu Idlnt. Per. NOrth .....aoII..t... 575monlO. era lection Likilend fin* und ..aNTALII Poor' coil,... Two '150 DOWN Tbreo bedroom, am Sut.wet payment .low a* IM
YOUR OLD BKUROOUOP 1017 CHEVROLET: Bel Air bard eet for I.w'..., et*. Owner will Coo 8'ow.. .U ..Itll.-I$ol. Prlc .a80 per *cr.. 'Term 10400000. oloopIni .....b. >ttin ".tit. Hmill monthly piynuBt. Schools VA.RETIEMENT. llP by our .Ifc or .all.

TO 13* ...p. eiccllent condition Mike arllUoa epae to soIl require riVE BOOMS all electric R...... I" IOWB Son R. L aardner I In rear 611-1134 betwoea .-, B. m c.n MU I-47X

TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE I.r. will accept trad MU 01.1 0(01O. H. W, Blackird Phone sod rofrtieralor furauhed (hood R. O. Lei or Ran K Loll a.1l I>UB TO clrcumitinMi, will eel HOME! T. R.TUCKERJr.
OR YOUR OLD LI VINO BOOH 0-3I1J. ,ocatloa on .... Road |.. >I.k. Reiir IOU loOk Main hrr bedroom two bth excel
188J CHEVt: Impala. four door Phoon 500.0137PAP1VItO NO DOWN PAYMENT Florida
monta ptrmaneBt teniuu wi.NPUHMIHHED I ,
UP TO IM .rdtop. factory air radio. beat-'1 I.nt condition CB horn In Hlih REALTOR
TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE er Call 8'3"JI' after T pmCK I 4025. LAND 400 ....... and Hill for eacrlflc. Call MU on large lot near
YOua OLD APPUANCIUP ood eoll. *om'' timber, aemleared 0.0105KiWtcl.0o5D I rom go
POH 129 Fvrnltlie ABPDRNI8HED TWO bedroonhoueM ...... ..
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IUI Near Plant Cur. onl fishing Only
TO 110 |4U and '441. Cloe. 041l6b50lP. REPOIIIII 5 5 I: '..1bs005lI $,501 MU '.'111
ALLOWANCE N cylinder. Hick ihlft Elcillonl MU 11721BEDROOM 160 or sloop. Terai SB1 down
TRADE-IN DINITTB ndltlon. .112.1811 alUr S p.o. OR unfuTBlihed art. Be R L. Oardner. R o Leli o. 10 moor L..lOnd soul.SOrl .. ALL BRICK HOMES I 01085 Po\. .0. ( Unmoor
Poll YOUR OLD .. TWO ooncrel blork Rudy 11..11.. Iin.. Mn.101151 Aros Mauts.Ir"dLASslPIaO
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t* booS entrant 117 00 MIUOO Ray K. Leli at Dirk. Mr.llr. P..
loss OTUDOOAXSI( Look .111100Oslo. 01190 Moon sod rptl.OrltOr. InlI. BI.d. 504607.CHOICI .
ale Tto Spool*! Tkliw* monthlr Nance. aparvrnntt. Oil Put Main. phone 880 em
., Colt .MU. Ct._nonnocnilo Uit. 00 nOOSIlnO MU 14441fin. .0.tIL MJ-IfOI.101 55191. '.'..0" ...... IImR..ENT born'" $5636 MEL RUDY 010P1.V _

..., "no lu.nlobad. boil nodo. $8,000tCnllo,1
OAII4O. A.AaTMSNT
W./ S. BADCOCK CORP. 1813 000-0. ..u 0000 ar 02400 Convenient ftouthilde tocoOB sod. SIX ROOM. oulet eUe.t.eltrui modP09. I| ACRES .. $3,000 to-rn.' Coon 10155. Clark REALTOR
Mult,. CIII .U 1-1440 4210. 4 Near Dlklelaad Ined Ml.... ..,d... but 170MoaUoollo. 542. RToltr, 500-4035. 1 Per moat* LL I B

P.. lorhood. Call MU J-339. MU IOMJmhool 13 BF.DROOII I.. blUOaIC BROKER :
Mala Blar ud WortbaumUu Orlffln School Cleared rooks mill\ down Ito ,
borrr. PloridtUulbirtr I.n FALCON PuIUr. "k.t 4OTEL APARTMENTS, non mod TaRO 950500)3 00othold.. land Hlih and dry Oood 000trtloIloO. CotS 1100.. ..n. ...ny .. .rSOonshd J27 E. Memorial Blvd.I I
Shorn Hournm .. .. radio. healer. autom.tltwunlailon 1.. roomi linen. utllltle turlebod. floor post olllt. sod DIII.I.nCl tool beat, and air tondltionlniurnlibed ittuctwa
S I to I pm. ,. (. PrU .lt*> air condition ..ri .. Dill "' 101. 4100 Keiampa 1024 louut ToaneoMO raded road Call Id: Paul. MU Near Shopplni e.nri dial 686-4107 any time :
until I .oud condition Muit eell to ieuittt Blthwan MU a.4174 alter. S 1-lBOt wltb T. R Tucker. Jr:'I church and aehool CltrUlltle i
OPMI All nor WodsoidorY U. *. Call IM 1771 or 14I and fir. .,oIoeU... Ju.t
r 10 o.or it* itoroi MTTIBIPlorld 2220. UPPER TWO bedn..... 00101room. TURKS BEDROOM: one bata Ulood Realtor, MU "7113. .ut or clly. B, ippolnun.nt on-. IMPERIALCONSTUCION USED TRUCKS
...... klto... balD. MoOt hood.005r .hxatioa. 1740 HunuaibiB 1 I Ir "U .1120.. ThIs boms ... 10
$ PLYMOUTh .ID.w. 060,0.. .u. Ad.lto. 5124147 Rental itoo per aioatb Call Ml306JI ,.. I WANTED
loon P.osdn 01 Ho Loris lot
Loktlind Auorlat Star. ..31. Very alee. Call MO 10070k or MU 50005.CLEAN I ITA.'A CO I AND TRACTORS
111 Ho. Plorld AT.. Avenue. Kathleea ONE: BEDROOM: lira*, aparttnent 145 Bmlnns Prepsrty HOVE PARK Three bed .,
Child accepted Off 9100.1orkI0I. TWO bedroom boil... roam CB .,=:.. dr>perlir Unhappy Renters 14 CMIVaoLtT Aeeche .."
BodcMk Win Tnot Ton Kliht"of .5* PORD Coup. Bed abarvad ... nled lonap
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moderatoaui 000,001.0.0. a chua w *
wtler urllhK M0 HIOHWAT 150 '2r. ondltlcnd. crened UH3patl 411 So Pla. An
v.tick I CII. CB 3 bedroom bom*. bard inrounh.out .
and llnaao cku body I
Call eM-9014 liter 0144402. 110 IDOUtro. Ila W..tPolmolO. 0.0.. wanu oiler. Joha 8....- Io. built In OB ..... and .111 SM-2411' .ood floor. Plorlda room, l.uO Caoellont* ,.r...
rlo.lTolnoloO. POUR ROOK* ..Ib. Purauao l aueot.Jooepblne 0'B Re.llor. 124 Weit ".1. St eon Uric lot III.M>0. Prwentawrt ,.r* I* Juit the Ihli i I. Aw at .'1"
IIDlumlobod. Oood "uU.o"oa. III "ODIIJtN: Iwo brd.oom duo i.i 110,too. I.J-42U lorappointment owing family LOW INTINNATIONAL 0,9
01 ItUIJ>ENTIAL COMMIR O I A L to.
IIM'I' MCRCEDEll _.... or If In ej ..11.... rh0.shn. sod LoOn Pt... .1.0101. .11ebo. llJo.3300 or 10dUltrial lot, ell*, all area ...1 10.0' bandli RN.111. .p.efcup. C. i. l.a P000.. .
OTOOr. Extra clean will trad Morton aat-Kllo. 653-5009. .. ,. do"1'-1' I. 0" .. .. .
REliEVE[ Slid,. Realtor. 1937 MemoriaIvd UOD THRFE bedroom boo I loated .
Radio, beater. Call SU-7MI U- CA' 00 T.._. 0.04r.ooino
IOrIPrn. JtKB PARKER lofeir bosodon. SPACIOUS T H Il I I bocIooma Mo-4107 Ill Weeloter nueet HI.h.I.nd JOHN J. .. ._.
tour room. tllo batb. tor,.... N..I, PoJotad. 1.Srn .rd. Cs.. INDO.TRIAl. TRACT adlolru Hill. Py .mall equity and ..11.
ONI IS BoloS latau wxon loora three room .t........ ..leelrkit pon. Co."Dltatl, 1.nslnd.. 1101 Kraft Pood. apprailmately II Mumi ..0...... piymnt, .molt .
CoIl. NO 1-3740. h. flrit floor MU .-d734THREB MU -4U4. A..* Hllbway. Railroad 160 noo ..771 II to. (etu an ettate. Call .... THE 8tSTMtDCIN 1.lt.... )tom LULl. -101. .c.u..10 HOW

.. VNDtRBIRI for III.. 0.1.000n. 000M.ulosa BiUectl THRU .JIJ: >ROO",. l.. bath John J Breaoan. Roaltor Slo4103 I Thl' Are

THf ...... MOb 1-1071. ..rao ._..,. Snot Laki near Isbn Parker and Wateorinl TWOl,500001lol
ortoa. Kwlk Chek Ul BouUlenaeeeoo *. aoO aionm. S30 Caat ,.. .
117 Astomobllu Want* 5004109.OOUTROIDO ...,.. 146 Fans, CrsvH, Ranthsi Cob c.' .

: APARTMENT: NkIXIXLAND .. SIX ROOM' larl* bidroomiroeaed t'" .": 1. T "
WARTIm CLEAN .... .44 Ie '$4Mod.l. I' lurolohad. PermlO'00'0" porebM. near Lakiartoa FIVE ACRE PI..I CIty f..rml [ F1ITFASIn '.-
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PRESSURE Cod MU .:IIOt. dol,04. '31. 011010 Dr".. MU 1o..Ir. ml W... OllUCCEPTIONAI. .. h..... fanlnltod. Moon 10. ".300 TO IE .
2..37.IN Cub 111.1.. CI..k Malt,. 0054031. .
PAY CA811 fur Pic" (0lnok or J home*. IS... I Mani MOoS
rbrn0dV .97 04ol. Pinion nail Ion.. apartroonllertrl b.......... ill\0 b.In.. Oil ,...,. .

Ill) 3.21.. AU kltcbeo, PIWIIP.funloh.d. NO 595 1100. ClotS Ileal". I the Want Ads! Home, f* chief* f'I'
Adult*. Ptwne MO 005-5031. 10 A. Lakefront bom 4k trove for ClsssU

a tight budget through .W... PAY pick llo up up Tonka for i junk Iron car.at and 0.3374. erenln*. a HOMca. 0.... ...11. TO... Moptlooally OIlS bom. private helpful and productive Ads Dial MU lt.y car, business or lost dog QUILLAN
,. bolroouu, t, bithj PlorMa boat dock T.... monO Valencia' fed IU ads fill INTERNATIONALTRUCK
Classified ads To sell ml Ina 42'111.CUH NOW AVAILAIIL' upper half no.Mdf000 o Classified
21* down.A Classified 0
III a flaeh cu or pickup du."a. Au...." b..,. ...-. .1:10 '1110. Clark fcealtrRE .Ica 170000 workers use to reach cash buy. needs. Look In the

things you're '.a .r alder Call ...-..... WildBill sIr snndlIloo.r. Vo, .1.... 00boon. 500-4031. 2. P.04 oinl.r000. S bedroom Ids An ad.writer will your & TRACTOR
with, dial MU throu.h. I Howard Soot Lai looM,. In .21 Aero TI...* bed 00000 for Retlremrnt or Hid.- irs 'O the household classified section nowl'CLAI0lPllDDl0PLAV.I Hww.
-HIT after 4 pm.. ,. eueltonl value for 111,000 I D. Cit
ad.CLASOIrIaD. '0000. a 110 5315. 00.bdo _... 5o5 help you attract just- 2JS
place an WANTIW OLD junk osos 0' .w use any MU
mood trnu
a ctOoa In 001010.61. *.Ufuonbobod. boils IDI. 013). Clark 5ushIp. you dn" Ph.
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..". br .. tt. .romp' ..Ic..p.Coli workers Dial MU '[ Praniblau-dl 0000)OVER
right
11.... W.... 015.40.lI.UNVVSNIOIOIO3 .
Black. ell toolCHEVROLET 549-514. to A. Prudoclob 0'...... 0...., ervlccs
OIOPI.AY CLAIBIFIID DIaPLAYv llU toItod. C.lsk IIoOU,. 505' 1101011 b.droo.oboo. ''',000. 3010 ...., 61151 .
OOJLI oil SI 0. Mona 1Ioad. 110mODth.
.0 A. 35000 boo producer bet: .
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DPLU FOR wlntr fleltorioomploulr
tr0000.1 hould 'bv* a lood crop
I furalahod Ito loca- BEDROOM CB is,.. room.CLEAM lOin year, I real buy at I1M.000.!
lon. all utiutln paid SM week 0,50... 1.OI. rotlp.rstoq fur. 21* down ,I
17. 113-1700 1101104. .,.. IIl0000If590tS_. DISPLAY- I CLASSIPISO DISPLAY
Ip.jan10500: A.AltTMEMTa .t IIh.,.. 651.. .....3eea. IN A. Producln. or...* Oron, Cl.AOSIPIEO

427 100510 TD_. lt.s.oooblo.Mu THan bedroom fraauhouee. 1300000 IWO down

"111III. M block from Jaula Bon 130 A. Produclni Orini Oroti.
R.T. OoOd000d eettool 140 Oakblll ... 3.'. dO.D

... .100" 11105.0. ODERX THREE bedroom CB
l.u..R. wllb... 00004.5 b.tb 14 "' ..... BuUMa own slId JOHN J. BRENNAN -
Do.."' ,. o..a. |im monui M pormaneallenaaU 200

DEMO. SALE aloelr ''''nllbod'' Howard OUIotU. Realtor.
,our room apartmoat. BoutUoajit.iloctrlo. H-4170: or MU 0-1120 "IDID" REALTOR

I Oslo furalabeij SOP.Odult. HREB BEDROOM _Ih"d.. CALL 686-4103
SAVE UP TO .. 008.0104.DUPL&Z. I 130. Joha Brrnnan Realtor. rat LUXU.IUI CARS

I NIca III... rooms batS.0P5 W..t ".ID. __10]. I S I I ..,

10.101. bum 110.. AdulID.1aD TWO BEDROOM CB bouee. r*. 147 Income Property
$1500PENDARVIS pou. Ptioa MP 3.3307.SUIST rlierator and eloctrl itor*. *aiator ICLUIVI I TO CHOOSE FROM

DISTRICT Lob Mortoa h. dee* .elL yrf( *Uaa4M47 CHRIS 9501000)3 barn.. Ib.. CM

4..sl.ws oaeeoloBt.. Three 1. ... .....a. I.... loImlop pool., .
room. ....... Adult. IM. WO u* 1700 0 month Incora.. 00 11 ,
.3.*. Auburadal (..I"' ''). ,ooertf o.,4n.nOIO I 1401 T*.. .. .PolMy PENDARVISCHEVROLET
I. .10,004 MU 11110ELUXS a".t."*

130 rumlthid HotittsLAKEPRONT CHOOSE YOUR > SOUTH81DE duplea .Om..d.lr ,.

Tw. bedroom. oak floor. Lcric 59, loS, nod
RODSE Purnlibedlunu ...... ur conditioned. Priced for CO.
CHEVROLET CO. and water Cblld,.. ao- h.... 0' .....tm..'. rOlO.b5P .w.
...\ad. Call liter S m. work NEW EMPLOYERin .10110. ...... MU -.3a.. ,_ .140 .lll 310 Ne. Fiends Ave.
310 Ne. Fluids Avo.cZt dan MU .1330 ob141010PIm.o.elll -

Leksleuod THREE ROOMS Couplo or withD.b. LakelsedS

.. Screened porcb Utllltle.optional. today Help Wanted" I.10IC l10 ImOp _p03.400 t
ot: Near ..... (tar.. MU (W lEDGER -'
-38J'. ads Turn back to Classl-

TWO BIDROON hom.. AdoltnunIV. led now for hundreds of ClASJIWD ADS AwOn. 5.pn4 WonorO.ooo C40.mioom Ap.om05Do..u..mm

$00 ..t.. 1001.r.0,00. 100mooth Job opportunities! hr 10600 .nd Awi0000,
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