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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 27, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
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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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VOL. 40, NO. 161 FLORIDA, THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 27, 19(34( ti fIVE CENTS



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By RONNIE STUART quiet throughout most of yes ven, who declared the answers Irons for which "I have not'

t. Ledger Staff Writer terday's discussion, was Instructed could be read in public. found answers" She outlinedthe
I o BARTOW Members of to contact Dr. Wattenbarger Carpenter said the expense questions as:
Polk County' School Board and arrange the of the letters would be far less Accessibility.. She noted
will meet with members of a meeting. than sending "five or 10 per the report states access to the
State Department of Education Race and Board AttorneyC. send to Tallahassee, or by reversing Winter Haven site "1* by
survey team in an effortto A. Boswell were author. It and bringing the means of residential street
clear up some of the questions Iced to draw up rules under same number down here." from all directions."
surrounding the team's which the meeting will be To this, Mrs. Phillips, board :2-"How many sites can be
recommendation that the Win. held if ft Is held in Polk member from Lakeland, replied approved for matching funds
ter Haven Golf Course be County "I don't want It in writ- from the state?"

chosen as the permanent site In setting up the meeting leg This (holding up a copyof 3-"How soon can we get
for the new Polk .Junior Col the board Ignored a request the survey team's report) an engineer's report on the
lege. that the board member write Is In writing and I don't understand three sites-Eaton Park Win-
The decision to meet with out heir questions and mail it." ter Haven and Bartow AirBase
the survey team at a time .. them to Dr Wattenbarger. Mrs Phillips declared she level
to soil water
-as
and place to be named by t This suggestion came from has "studied the report care:

1 the team membere-cllmlXed John Carpenter of Winter Ha- fully" but still has three qua (Turn to Page 8, Column 3)
veiterdav's three-hour school
board meeting attended by It. T T It...... 1... ;,. A I R'" I !l' J

approximately 100 persons
The crowd overflowed the

board's meeting room. into the

2 hallways.The meeting. was highlight. Viet Nam Leader

ed by motions, substitute motions
amendments to motions
and often by heated discussion .
over the location of the
Murder Found
Weapon
junior college

Ceai.nd killer C.H c.....,., e.nt r, .i,l.lnt .. Hilltkryk. Ceunly ShinM M BUckkurn, Lakeland Absent French Plot

I In !..,. .*. P.lk c....." SMriH. M..... ......... k_ .k. killed. It_.. 0,..., 31, ., Rytkiii, cod Oddly enough, no person Charges
.Ii.,.... ., kit. body. Skcrlff tteclbum .keldi Hit fettmJ, .1.....-.....! ihof.un which b.lonsd .. who poke during yesterday's

1 Pyfcta-m"d .. the mvrdtr *..,... (Ltdgtf ,h..s fcy Hs. d ...). Another shot* .. ,*.. 1 t.) meeting spoke as a representative -
of Lakeland, which had
strongly endorsed the Eaton

Park four -other site, which sites, was along turned with Murder
Of Murder Victim
Body down by the survey commit.


II' tee.Board Member E C. (Gene)

Head of Bartow teemed to be Attempt

Found In Medulla GullyBy the key. Head figure who In yesterday'saction. opened the 4W

board's discussion of the survey Y#

DAVE PRATT ", driving Webb' car and carrying used was Dykes' own shotgun statement by reading made a the prepared motionto R 1 { ( Escaped

Ledger Staff Writer Webb' identification which he kept with him at all leave site of the meet.
The partially decomposed Choate confessed to beating the SAIGON. Viet Nam (AP) -
times In the truck he '
af.
was team '
body of a double-murder victim Webb to death with a hammerand ing up to the survey MaJ. Gen Nguyen Khanh was
using as a home Cooper said. ter motions for similar meetings ,
was found In a weed- shooting Dykes officers marked for assassination todayIn
choked gully in Medulla yesterday said. Webb's body had been Cooper said Choate said in Bartow and Tallahassee a plot backed by French officials
ending a widespread found only a few hour after Dykes fell back against I failed by 3-2 votes. the premier and strongman
., search he was murdered on a'dirt Webb' car and he pushed Moments before Head had has told associates.
The body of Roscoe Dyke., road south of Tampa but him Into the back seat. Then voted "no" to his own motion ewrs A spokesman for the French
the .face blown away by a, Choate was unable to pinpoint followed a wild and aimless that the meeting be held. Embassy denied the charge.
shotgun blast was found by where he had dumped Dykes' flight through the twocountyarea in Tallahassee when It became The premier 3(1( returned
Grover Tillery of Lakeland a body. as Choate disposed of apparent that this wouldbe from the Mekong River Delta
county road crew worker About 20 feet beyond Dykes' both corpses before escaping an extremely unpopular where he escaped death\ or InJury .
near the Medulla 4H Clubhouse body officer yesterday discovered the Male In. Webb's car, decision with the crowd. earlier in the day when

on Pipkin Dairy Road. the battered single- Brought to the scene yes Board Member Wendell' .an armored personnel carrierhit
Dykes, 38, of Ruckin was barrel 12-gauge shotgun that terday.* Choate said! "I told Watson of Lakeland strongly a Communist land mine and
killed on Feb. IV the jam wu the murder weapon the you this.was the Iacel"HllIsborouih' backed the proposal to go to blew up 100 yards away from \I
f -. time William L, Webb 48I sited shell r 3t' in the breech.To Co!:.ty Sheriff Tallahassee because he said fr him. .
cold Bartow .salesman the right of the body was Ed Blackburn Jr. said Choate he thinks the survey team Informed sources said Khanh
) kit, L Carl Choato. 41, a briefcase which belonged to was "doing his best to lead "should not be subjected to ?a reported he learned of the plot

.M Odessa, Texas, has admit- Webb. us to this spot" However, he emotionalism" of the peopleof )n time to call ,off a trip he had
ted both murder- a sheriff According to Lt. Buford L. had only been able to describe the county. Head and Mrs. scheduled He asserted French
department spokesman said. Cooper of the Hillsborough the location of Dykes' body Dora Cox Phillips voted In officials gave a terrorist 100,-
The discovery of the body County Sheriffs Department aa being in a ravine behind a favor of going to Tallahassee QUO piastres-about $1,300to
t climaxed a search in Hills Choate shot Dykes n earDykee' house near a construction site. Polk Meeting Urged Mrs. Phillips/ Asks A Question kill him.
borough and Polk counties that parked truck in the Choate said yesterday that Coup Rumored

started last Friday when 4800 block of Hillsborough Commissioner Haven Tom urgedthe Turn- Mr.. Dor Co. Phllllpt/ ,.hohh MlMoilgnod short ol. ski Milo follow chool' board. ",.", b... ,Reports have been circulating
Choate was arrested in Texas Avenue In Tampa. The weapon (Turn to Page 8, Column II) bull of Winter
board to "have the meeting she has ...... gs.sl4eee concerning the lyrvoy to.", '. rocommondoilon. that Polk Junior Cello*. In Saigon that a coup was
down here" and noted bo po""*"onHy' Ioc.,.. ot WlnUr Hews At lilt la School' Syporlntondont Shelby I...... being hatched against the man
that since the team's reportwas who threw out the military Junta .
Curtis Will Most Cities Back released Feb. 18, "con and seized power Jan 30
siderable criticism has been FEC TrainWrecked Johnson Hails The charge camo at a time
II\ Seek Polk'sSenate I placed on decent and honest when the US. backed war
people." against the Communist guernl-
ByDynamite
Haven College Site Board Member Ralph Dur- I las Is going badly and President -

Seat rance of Fort .Meade: also expressed Start Of Work Charles de Gaulle has
favorable comment on called for neutralization of
BARTOW-Charles Curtis BARTOW-If Polk County' tow Air Base as the permanent the possibility of having the Southeast Asia, Including South
of Bartow announced today asa school board should decide to location for the college. The meeting In Bartow and made ST AUGUSTINE CAP) Viet Nam
0 candidate for office) of state permanently locate the new college will open next September what apparently was the most -A "terrific blast" blew five Khanh has said he took over
senator from Polk County. The Polk Junior College on Win- In temporary quarters at popular statement of the day diesel locomotive and 27 cars On Florida Canal rule in South Viet Nam to prevent
announcement followed hi.I ter Haven' golf course It apparently the Air Base.Submitting when he declared "I am not of a north bound Florida East ; neutralization claiming
would be a popular going to Tallahassee." This Coast Railway freight train off such sentiment was growing In
last week
resignation as man !
ager of the Intangible Tax Department decision In the majority of thecounty's resolutions back. drew a round of applause the tracks today 10 miles south PALATKA (AP) President accelerate business and Indus high Saigon circle.
in the communities. ing the golf course as the per from the audience. of here. No one was injured seriously Johnson visiting Florida on the try to locate along its banks. It Khanh had visited the battlefield -
county.
Yesterday'. board meeting manent site were the Greater. After the final decision: first openly political trip of his will open up new recreation ar about 45 miles south of
Curtis was employed in the wa opened with the presentation Haines City Chamber of Commerce Durrance stated he still will The explosion shook the administration hailed today the eas." Saigon, where Wednesday guer
Florida House of Representatives of nine resolutions regarding Fort Meade City Commission not go to Tallahassee if the small community of DuPont start of construction on a cross Although the brief Palatka stop rules engaged Vietnamese marines -
during the 1945 and 1947auetona the report of a State Department Commerce, Fort Meade Lake Chamberof Alfred survey team elects to hold the Center where the explosion occurred Florida barge canal as symbol' was labeled non.political, John. In possibly the fiercest
cf the legislature. of Education survey there. at crossing essential that of month.
City Commission Greater Lake meeting up a zing "the unity son said Florida citizens shouldbe fight the
During the 1951 session he team report Board Chairman Austin T. "The charge apparently went makes a nation out of regions." grateful to Democratic Gov. A US. adviser said that at-
Wales Chamber of Commerce
served as an aide to the House And of the nine resolutions "
eight Haven
Race Jr. of Winter expressed off under the lead locomotive few bodies
though a guerrilla
Winter Haven Board of Realtors Johnson, who flew to Palatkato Farris Bryant and the state'i
Investigating Committee called for the school and Auburndale Chamberof confidence that Dr said W. L. Thornton, chief operating throw a switch setting off a predominantly Democratic congressional were found "this time we nailed
headed by the late Bryant Pat- board to accept the team' Commerce. James Wattenbarger head of officer for the Miami to groundbreaking[ explosion said delegation "for the fiem." At least six Vietnamese
ton of Franklin County. Curtis recommendation and locate Meade the SDE Division of Junior Jacksonville line. "There Is no In remarks prepared for the cer work they did In making this marines were killed, a field dis-
attended Florida State University the college in Winter Haven. Grady Courtney Fort
Colleges and other membersof question about it being sabo canal patch said.Earlier .
summed his emony: barge possible.
where he was a mem. city manager, up the team will come to Bar- "
Bartow OpposedOnly the Vietnamese
city's feelings by saying "It tage. "When this canal Is completed The I48-milIion channel, to be gov-
ber of the Executive Council.
tow for the meeting. J, L.. Freeman of Hastings
ernment said 28 guerrillas were
Class President a member of an 11 page resolutionby Is not the site that would have School Superintendent Shelley It will start new and perma completed In about 10 years, will
killed. Vietnamese
the city commissioners of (Turn to Page 8, Column 4)) nent economic growth. It will link Florida' east and west It gave
Kappa Aljflia and majored in Bartow kept it from being an (Turn to Page 8, Column 1) S. Boone, who remained coasts. osses as three killed and 76
Public Administration. .
.
wounded.In
unanimous backing of the The principal reason for John-

Served In Air Fore Winter Haven site. o. ",. son's Florida trip was a $100.a- the operation 120 miles
Curtis Is a veteran of three The eight resolutions calling plate Democratic fund-raising west of Saigon, a massive military
year active duty in the Air for the golf course to be selected -.i dinner which he will address tonight operation fizzled Tuesday
site after overrunning a guerrilla
which as the permanent at Miami Beach.
of was
Force part .
with were read by School Superintendent \ ( .t.. training center
served in Newfoundland Shelley S. Boone. I ,I. In the midst of the gloomynews
Serv '
the Air Force Security
Bartow City Attorney and rumors of plotting,
Ice He has served i in However If .. *
year
A. H. Lane requestedand '\ .. '.. the Vietnamese governmentasked
the Air Force Reserve. to read the ... ; Franca to extradite Mrs
Curtis Is married to the for- got permission of : .' .. ''' J. ,.. ., '". 'f"... ." Tax CutHailed
resolution from the City ; .. .., ,,. Ngo Dinh Nhu widow of the
mer Jane (Jennie) Swearlngen Bartow, which backs the Bar- .. .. ,, ". \ M ..... ,. ..' : strongman killed In the military
.
of Bartow. They have four .. ... ..' ,.,.., . ,. xr '' ... ,. ., ., By coup of Nov. I. President Ngo
'," : ; .
children.In .,. .... .,.. . ( brother also
Court Denies ..... ,.. ,... ., .. :.1 ,I 4 Dinh Diem, Nhu's ,
'" '
1960 Curtis helped reorganize f '
.. was killed.
,. \ .
the Bartow Jaycees "'::. .' / ByPresident
Move To .:: ,
Drop .
: :
and he has served that group : ') .. R ,
4. .,. :: 1' '
:' ,
School Suit (AP) The
(Turn to Page (, Column I) ., .., ,
'. .f historic tax bill Is signed and
"
.
'. ,'. sealed and Its of
BARTOW Federal Court ., l big cargo reduction
\ ,
Judge Joseph P. LJeb of .'f ., .. ... .Yo. will begin being deliv
Tampa has denied a motion '' : :, ered to taxpayers right after
rJ by Polk County School Boardto '' '; ... ;,''W March S.President. rage
r. .f\t.'i': ;; '
dismiss an integration suit Johnson signed It Amusements 26

filed by the parents of 13 : ...m.. ; ::... < lrw ',,:r\ Intd law Wednesday night and Bridge ... ...... .. 28
( Negro youngster ,! >; .. told the nation in a radio and .
"i C \ : Business News .... 9
The order W .. television address it is "the single
by Judge Lleb i ; ;\ most Comics ...... ....... 26.27
w. which war received In the .' ".,., Important step we
., Classified ...... 33-34-33
'
school board office this mornIng have taken to strengthen our
also gives the board until .111.. ,.'. economy since World War II." Crossword Puzzle .. 27

March 16 to file an answerto .. .r: ,, Noting that John F. Kennedyhad Dear Abby............. 27

the suit which accuses the T "inspired. and proposed"the DeathsEditorLls...................... 8
school board of $11.5 billion cut-the biggestin
t. operating a Johnson hurried off ................ 4
mandatory segregated school 5 history- ,
system. to the home of the president's I Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 8

Board Attorney C. A. Bos- widow to present her and her I Horoscope ................ 26

well had asked Judge Web to two children John Jr. and Radio TV .............. 27
strike certain parts of the Holds Crowd's line with three of the caro-l ..
Site Question InterestApproiimitdr Sports .... 29.30.31
suit dismiss the suit and issue had used to sign it.
... ... .
order bill Weather .. 22
an calling for a The tax which the
more definite statement.All 100 Mneni who crowdtd Inlo the subset! | beard on survey room rocommondorio* hot the collogo be locofoJof ate completed final Women's 11.1213FORECASTt
three motions were denied. ranting room listen Intently II ou, ..tioii ., whorl to rmomntlir Wish Hovon. (140* phase by Porkint sen'j'l
CHARLES CURTIS loco* ..Ik Junior C.U... it O'IKUIMO'. The bead. look as .ct//.. (Turn to Page 8, Column

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Businessmen See h" Dividing Law I


I Under Attack


Risk I Involved I In Tax CutNEW County TALLAHASSEE Circuit Court(AP Judge) -leon Ben

Willis was studying today the
YORK (AP) Many specific effects of the then-Im duce additional tax revenue. I validity of an attack by Palm
businessmen see a federal In- minent, now actual $11,5-billton These businessmen say they Beach County on a 1963 law dividing
come tax cut as an exciting but tax reduction. don't want to bank on that alone Its share of Lake Okee-
possibly risky experiment But all seemed agreed that chobee and attendant gasoline
that they want upending cuts as
It could lead to the kind of tax rates have been too high for well. r 4 t11 ''I'II I ,I I4s tax revenue among, four other
inflation, says Dr. Arnold O hearty economic growth ,' ai I bordering counties.
"We can't the I M ipsi 1963 thanged
Beckman, of Beckman instruments deny inflation e i.t The Legislature
Skeptical
In suburban Los Angeles, Many ary aspect of a tax cut without v the boundary, according to floor
tat would offset any benefit "Tax rate have been oppres-'cuts in government spending" argument, to Improve law enforcement
live," III;s John A. Barr, Chi says Beckman. "It should be and recreation on the
On the other hand lays Pollard -cago, chairman of Montgomery accompanied by real cutbacksIn 730-square mile fresh water lake
Turman, president of J, M
Ward & Co. spending" In south Florida.
:
Tull Metals Co. In Atlanta, "It
"This reduction Is a good first Rep. Bill Owens of Martin
could bring a surge that would step," Barr said "It should not I BIRTHDAYS COMING County, one of those getting additional .
put u* in a brand new era of "
economic growth" be considered as the end DENVER (AP) Charlotte acreage under the law,
Many businessmen have been Stone, 8, celebrates her second said the other four counties
Varying Estimates Given skeptical of the theory that a birthday Saturday and her father wanted more gasoline tax reve
Business leaders Interviewed tax cut could eventually bat Charles Stone, 48, will observe s nue.Under
recently on a cross-country tour ance the budget because it his 12th. Both were bornon the law, part of the see
gave varying estimate of the would stop up business and pro Feb 29 in leap years.. ondary gasoline tax 11 distributed .
to the counties under a for.mula
based on county area

jI't4; I I !1JMIJIsp population More and Refunds road Given mileage


Under the previous boundary,
ra"u' 80 per cent of the maintenance-
free lake was In Palm Beach
County, giving that county con
I2 ( TOUR CHOICE t tHOSE siderable more tax refund than
its land area would require.
Glades County encompassedabout ,
18 per cent: and Hendry.
the rest of the lake.
I I Under the boundary change,
I the lake was divided among
STREAMS RING SIX-ALARM FIRE Firemen direct' t* ether building erreundinit" A series! *f .>plenni; In the Palm Beach, Glades, Hendry
I hoi ttrttnii fr.m urreundini itratti In thtlr karri against! wirthiuM, which leased e batnend rllnf cmpny, hmptrid Martin and Okeechobee coun-
rahl Philadelphia wcrthouu il.-.lerm fir*. The wcrthouic. In Hit city's the Cheeses (AP Wlnphct), ties.Palm:
D.lawr* den trfrnl section, ought fire end flamtt greed Beach County sought to
; orEN AN ACCOUNT -- ---- prove that the boundary change

GENERAL ELECTRIC TODAYI COMPACT TRAVEL Rare African Elephant Birth Expected SoonKANSAS writing was unconstitutional of the law was because defectivein the

ALARM CLOCK..comes ALARM..Fold.It up, that the new boundaries could
with lighted dial, sweep A tuck It awayl 1 Leather not be located on the lake

and second dependable hand Sturdy A, : case Makes Luminous a wonderful, dial glftl i I CITY, Mo. (AP- national zoological first Swope Park Zoo. Zoo director, Cully says the elephant gestation
The African Lady Is expectinga For the lady-Lady A byname William T. A. Cully say there period runs from 18 to 22
SouthernersLose
baby any day now-maybe! -an African elephant and is no record of an African elephant month. Lady A "could give
122 E. MAIN ST. LAKELAND PH. 688.3504 If the blessed event come off her mate, Casey A, are star attractions ever giving birth In cap birth any time between now and

successfully, It will be an Inter., at Kansas City's tivity. early May" First

I Named For Club
Rights Fight
The zoo got Lady A and CaseyA
SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND In 1955 when they were Just
four year old. They were WASHINGTON (AP) The
named for the Kansas City Athletic first day's skirmish in the Sen
baseball club. ate on the civil rights bill has
ended In a
temporary defeat
Cully "there aren't
say many
for Southern forces
seeking to
pair around. Cleveland has a
strangle the legislation.After .
pair and San Diego and there's I
more than five hours of }
a pair at Basle, Switzerland. Idon't
sharp debate the Senate voted
know of others
any
Wednesday night M.37 to put '
Four Indian elephants have the bill directly on its agendaand
been born at Portland, Ore and not shunt It to the Judiciary
Portland'zoo director Jack Committee headed by a strong
Marks, has been giving Cully foe of the measure
lots of advice.
The only catch, Cully admits Mansfield Supports
II that it may all be a delusion.He Senate Democratic leader
7' just hasn't found a guaran Mike Mansfield surprised many
teed test to pfove an elephapt senators who supported him in
is pregnant that vote by trying' then to win
unanimous consent to send the
bill to Judiciary until March 4,
African Foreign next Wednesday.
This was blocked by Sen. Jacob
Ministers Have K Javit, R N.Y., and
( Mansfield told newsmen todayhe
23-Point AgendaLAGOS probably would not renew
U Q the request.
Nigeria (AP) The, He explained the period I
through March 4 would be filled
Foreign minister conference ol f
the Organization of African I anyway by debate on a wheat-
Ly IT C Unity tackled a 23-point agenda cotton bill which will be taken
t Tuesday In Its first full day ol f; up before the civil rights legislation
e a s L4 secret talks He said that he had become .
I i convinced short series
+,, High on the list before the 300 I a
/i delegates from 33 countries It of hearings before the Judiciary
: Committee would be helpful
consideration of a defense com<
mittee report on establishing an I

{. African i ..!high_ command, Great-Grandson Doctor Delivers


tii itousftuses

HERNDONAGENCY ] I TORONTO (AP)-Dr. G. W.
Williams, 81, delivered his own
I
great-grandson Tuesday.
109 S. TENNESSEE AYE I It was In keeping with tradition
PH. CS2.4I4I I Twenty-one.years ago he

a."...wwidnern........ 'delivered father of his grandson, Jeffrey
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I .- LEDGER. Thursday Feb 27. IHI-I Si II I II Council I f Senate Probers In Baker Case Romania


Wrestles Plans Talks


With CyprusUNITED Look Into Caribbean ActivitiesWASHINGTON With China


(AP) After holder. Questions also have been] ago to answer questions or surrender -
NATIONS. N. Y. two drama-packed hearings, the raised about whether he had subpoenaed documents VIENNA Austria (AP) -
(AP)-U.N. diplomat turned and business Communist Romania Is sendinga
to Senate's Bobby Baker investigators gambling Interests. about his financial .
hljjh level
the Security Council once more shifted their sights( todayto Gates Not MentionedThe dealings He said he might Incriminate -, government mission
to
Peking but Interpretations
next month
today In an effort to resolve the vending machine operationsand name of Gates has not himself by doing '0.' of the meaning of
1, t.s r ve crisis( over Cyprus. But there to gambling concessions In been brought up In the public Secretary Silent the trip varied according to the
the Caribbean. I hearings, but there has been a And at a televised hearing
was scant hope that agreementwas geographic location of the observer -
In prospect on a formulafor Witnesses called by the Senate reference to the Intercontinen Wednesday, Nancy Carole Tyler
Rules Committee were Ed tal Hotels and gambling concessions 24, Baker' secretary and a
a settlement. In Vienna
there
,
was speculation
ward Torres, Identified as vicepresident in the Caribbean : former Tennessee beauty queen
In advance of that the Romanians would
the
afternoon I
of the Fremont Hotel The committee Is investigating also refused to answer ques
to mediate the bitter Ideo-
council
meeting Interest centered try
in Las Vegas, Nev., and John how Baker built up a for tions.
logical conflict between Moscow
?, on the mediation efforts Gates, a vice president of Pan tune he has put at over $2 million She too Invoked the Fifth
of six and
et the nonpermanent members 'Amendment protection against Peking.
American Airways and president while he was serving as
of the 11-natlon council, of Intercontinental Hotels. secretary to the Senate's Democratic ,possible self-lncrlminatlon. But Support Seen
They took over after Secretary- she denied she was guilty of
General U Thant announcedthat Torres has figured In testimony majority. 1 In Tokyo there was specula
moral wrongdoing"
about the financing of the' Baker who resigned his "any legal or tlon that the Romanians, angry
his
private diplomatic efforts -
to the nationto
1.1 and
last Oct. appealed
,, { had met with an Impasse. Serv-U Corp., a vending machine 119,600-a-year post because Soviet Premier Khrushchev
y mind about her.
tt k ( company In which Baker refused at a hearing two days keep an open has blocked their plansto

Six Named is a major but unlisted stock- Industrialize, may be preparing -
The six are Bolivia. Brazil to throw their support to
Czechoslovakia the Ivory Hoover Said Eight Jurors SelectedSo Mao Tze-tung in his campaign
Coast, Morocco and Norway. against Khrushchev's coexistence

Ambassador Bernardes of Brazil Carlos presidentof Alfredo Much ImprovedNEW Far In Ruby Trial An policies announcement from Peking

9a ,.A the council met separately today said Romania had
YORK (AP) Former
:diJdN late Wednesday with representatives -)
Hoover hasprogrel.ed accepted a Chinese Invitation"to
of Cyprus, Turkey, ,President Herbert the critical DALLAS Tex. (AP) With man for a paper company.I exchange views on relations

WHICH ONE IS THI DUCHESS Actually, II hn't the ,r.Hy |lrf (,h.'. more like' a <"..,,) Greece and Britain and then. reported 'point In his Illness past and was ableto eight Jurors sworn In for Jack Four men earlier and a In woman the hearing.were between our two (Communist)

but ;t'.ii the ll.wen ,h.'. Imoif hidden b.hh.... Tie Newer .r. Duckets .! Cyvmi ...1..., back to the six nation : sit up In bed today for breakfast Ruby's murder trial, and four accepted Ruby faces a possible sentence -II parties and between our two

now lit Mean. .Ueryrelly Cypreii Gerdem. Tie std I. Myrtle fry***, whe li *lmln| keeuty group his doctors said. yet to be found, attorneys on of death In the electric,countries and on the question of
.11 the tint.. Diplomats speculated the six Hoover, 89, became seriously both sides say that testimony chair It convicted of murder,the unity of the socialist camp
and of the international Communist
f might concentrate on a resolu ill last Sunday with a respiratory -may start this week. with malice for having shot Lee,
and workers' movement"The
lion to send a high ranking I ailment and a bleeding kidney Nov. 24
find Harvey Oswald last
"You
yourselves on
civilian mediator to Cyprus. He may 1 conference to begin early
Goldwater Palm with
Visit To Beach trial here Saturday, said Melvin Oswald had been charged
would try to settle the disputeover Neil McNeil, a close personal Belli chief counsel for assassinating President JohnF. next month will be Just below
the constitution that exploded had improved 1 in Dallas Nov. the summit level Romania'sdelegation
friend, said Hoover -Ruby answering reporters'questions. Kennedy on
in violence between will be headed by
to the extent that no 22.

Fails To Heal Florida GOP RiftBy late Greek December and Turkish, Cypriots in further Issued.medical bulletins wouldbe End Of Selection Seen S All Married mania's Premier top Gheorghe Communist Maurer presi Ro-

This would set aside temporarily The 31st president Is confinedIn Diet Atty. Henry M. Wade The eight Jurors are all mar dent and .party chief Gheorghe
the question of dispatching said he believes the Jury will be ried. Mrs. English Is the only Gheorghiu DeJ, apparently is
CHARLES MOHRJv'rfofJorkTimr his wife who 'could be GoTd- his Waldorf Towers apartment
[ Margaret, preceded damaging to
home.
The other. staying
an International peace force complete before the end of the one without children.
( him. water both In his race for the and council action calling on all week. "But I'm not sure that woman Juror Mildred McCol- The Chinese team will Include
PALM BEACH-Hopes that The Goldwatera will be guests nomination and in the general nations to respect the territorial we'll go right into the testimony lum, Is the mother of six. President Liu Shao-chl and Vice
I bitter feud among Sen. Barry of honor at a cocktail party and election if he is the nominee. It integrity of the Mediterraneanisland JEWS GET PERMISSION ," he said All eight say they are church. Premier Teng Hsiao-ping.
buffet the
Goldwater'a Florida supporters supper tonight at is felt that Brown's group is less republic record for The Romanian Communistshave
MOSCOW winter home of Walter S. Gubel
can be mended diminished yes mann. likely to stay loyal to the senator The Greek Cypriot president Jews have received government single day In the trial were Six of the eight said they saw trod a neutral path In the
terday Goldwater said he customarily In adverse circumstances at of Cyprus Archbishop Makarl-|,permission for the first time in qualified Wednesday. Oswald killed on television. One Chinese-Soviet feud, neither op
Goldwater. I candidate for visited Gubelmann's home each the national convention than Is os, wants to amend his repub- three years to bake matzoh at They were J.G. Holton 31, a said he was out of town on the posing the Moscow line of
the Republican presidential year and that it was "just a the official slate. And residual lic's constitution to remove the a special bakery for the Pass mail carrier; Gwen L. English fateful weekend when Kennedyand peaceful coexistence nor takinga
nomination arrived here to attend private party." He said he ,:bitterness could harm in the the fall.Republican Turkish Cypriot minority's veto over which begins March 28, 45, a married bookkeeper, andR. then Oswald were alain stand against Red China's
a to-called "private" fundraising knew of no plans to use it to campaign right on basic legislation. Jewish sources say J. Flechtner Jr, 29, a sales.'The other said he was fishing tough foreign policy
dinner, He had no plans raise funds for his campaign. I -' --
however to get In contact withRepublican However, other sources In his I
chairman Tom LAKELAND
state
national organization had already :
Fairfield Brown of Tampa said it was a fund-raising SHOP FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELANDYOU
Brown has filed a slate of affair designed to raise moneyfor THE EARL MARTIN
"uncommitted" candidates for the Arizonans own cam STORY
'delegate to the Republican National paign. ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND HELEN
Convention in oppositionto Gubelmann said he expected When Earl Martin failedto
I an authorized Goldwater slate about 55 guests.On come home from an WHITING'S SPARKLING FASHION SHOW IN OUR
<*f pledged delegates led byCongressman
his arrival here Goldwaterwas
I afternoon of shooting
William C. Cramer target JUNIOR TERRACE SATURDAY FEB. 29.230 P.M.
asked to assess his chancesof his wife expressed :
, ,
of St. Petersburg. The Brown
carrying Florida In a general and
slate claims to be for Goldwater concern notified au
.
election in light of Lyndon B.Johnaon' thorities. An investigation
too. to the
ascendancy
revealed that the Bartow
12 Places Vacant White House.
had
grocer become the
Rep. Cramer has left 12 vacant Chances Same"I target of what appearedto :\

places on hia slate in the don't think my chances be his own gun. Read .\: r
hope that Brown and his faction have changed since last fall," the complete report in the cm I.. ,..
can be persuaded to abandon said Goldwater, who considered April issue of !:- Moos Brothers .
their plans and join in a himself a likely winner in Florida "
harmony slate An alternative at that time. "I think FlorIda BROTHERS t and Life a
hope is that some important will remain Republican." OFFICIAL World's Fair Preview!

members of Brown'a group will The state has voted Republicanin DETECTIVESTORIES February 25th to
abandon him and take positions the last three presidential March 7th
on the official Goldwater slate "
elections.
ALL MAAS' STORES!
One such candidate has already The party feud however.
done so.The PRESENTING: a preview of the
most txciting exhibits, to b* viewed '
deadline for withdrawing
ot the New York World's Fair .
from the delegate race Is noon the Worlds FAIRest Fashions .
March 2.Informed. the products and progress of ourexpanding
sources laid there lI '
was little likelihood that any SHOP FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., V. IIIIIIIIII
compromise would be possible.' A LAKELAND I

However Richard Klemdienst t
national director of field oper- t

ations for Goldwater accom- i id
panied the Arizona senator here
for the overnight trip and said I 1- i II1t
he would be available for political
consultations with rep I
resentatives of Brown if they
could be arranged.

Wife Meet Senator L

Goldwater landed here In
midafternoon and was met by -


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Auto Driver, 95, ArrestedA Many Questions


FLORIDA automobile driver 95 ation on an annual basis and to beginat .' '

years old was arrested this week In least by that age to face the somewhat +y 4 s By JAMES RESTON !

Wakulla County in connection with a unpalatable fact that the day will \ <>JIrn U"rk( IItbuaWASHINGTONThe rV a.
,
John-
traffic accident. He was charged with come when they ahould no longer administration Is talkinga .

having failed to yield the rightofway.He operate an automobile ion lot about expanding the war ;

pulled out of his driveway into "I am sure that there are Instances in South Viet Nam to the communists
where deprivation of a driving license ] in North Viet Nam, swex
the path of an approaching car. xr+ .!
would work real \i1t\) but a lot of fundamental questions -
a hardship on an
His license had been taken from have to be answered
him in connection with an accident elderly couple, yet it is hard to argue before the talk becomes policy.

some time previously. How he got it that such a deprivation would not be >, :v' Two points of policy have
outweighed by the lives that would be been settled here:
back we don't happen to know.In saved if they should cause a lethal atcadent. The United States will not
v )i I'I t&aMt rrreh
Lakeland and all over the nationare accept: a communist conquest
Viet Nam, and this x
of South
people driving who too old to
are Dr. Annis said further: "We all deteriorate Is not likely to be avoided the

drive.How in many ways as we grow ? way the war Is going ww-
old is too old to drive older and we are not always aware of Hence the decision to review
the war effort at the highest
Some people are too old at 61S.I the extent to which this process has level of the government, and

I Physically or emotionally they are in taken place. There are, however, tests to send Secretary of Defense
such a condition they are not safe which can examine brain function and McNamara to Viet Nam next
week for that purpose.
I drivers. show up decreases in thinking, memory McNamsra's first question

But people at that age-or any age and performance of which we 4 concerns the new South Vietnamese JAMES RESTON
-are loath to admit to themselves or might not have been aware." government of Gel). ,.
It Is the third will have to answer. 4
Ngupen Khanh. mara
anybody else that they are no longer He elaborated that there is the
government there In 90 days.It What would be the reaction '
capable of driving. So they go on driv- standard physical survey, including Avian ,3r1 has changed the divisionaland of the Chinese communists to

ing, hoping that somehow they'll get blood pressure, eye examination and sector commanders of its such an attack by American

by. v reflexes, which should be taken regu- army, but nobody yet knows Forces? Would they Intervene,
whether It has the ability and and if so, would Washington
Many of the worst traffic tragediesare larly, the will to organize South VietNam be prepared to bomb the two

caused by people too old to drive, If you're 65 or older and have been Rp? Yt ,, politically and to get out roads and the railroad from
too deteriorated to drive. having some' narrow escapes recently 1 ,yy p ..1tp of the fortified villages to fight South China into South Viet

Doctors have spoken up in grave with your driving, it may be you're the as day communists In the night rice paddles as well Nam?

concern about this matter during recent simply beyond the point of being able south of Saigon.McNamara WOULD communist China

''I years. They deal with patients to drive safely. retaliate by bombing Saigonif -

''I who obviously should not drive. Theycan You don't like to think of yourselfas nraulw has always be- so, would the Khanh government .
hN a wsa lieved that Khanh was the be able to withstand such
advise their patients to stop driv- being too old to drive. ablest of the South Vietnamese pressure? or might communist

ing but they can't go out on the streets But you don't like to.think of kill- China retaliate elsewhere -

: and highways and police the drivers. ing yourself or others, either. : In Korea or Quemoyand

Lakeland's Dr. Jere W. Annis said Doctors, traffic officers and possibly JVaild1zjt lt, Matsu and could such a
chain of events be contained?
in a recent statement of alarm about members of your family think you of the There is, too, the old racial
I people too old to drive: ought to go by what your doctor saysas People soldiers-long before Khanh question. If the US. inter-

I "Perhaps it would be well for everyone to whether you're past being in con- took over-but he wants to vened directly In the battle,
satisfy himself that the general what would be the reaction In
over 65 to have an objective evalu- dition to drive.
has the support necessary the rest of Asia of white men
=sB=This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page*
to carry out the counter-guerrilla once more bombing nonwhites.And .
plans Washington has deviled there is the larger com-

I A City TrademarkA This. dlterl! .l .... .,fe" Hi* .n tp.p r'i ewe pinions .* n.*ttrs of .. Tiit hrtK.t to Ifc. and thinks essential, to munist question: would U.S.
"!to.I.1 tot".,.. It w.lc.m.. Hi. .plnlom .t .....ra In Hi. V.k..5 Hi. P..pl* Cel.....*. Uftcra ....* turn the trend of the war intervention widen the split
against the communists in the between Moscow and
mu b. .1.... tad ...., ski wi en's .arn, but Mints. will b* wltklwM .,.. M4..... A I.ntr.h.e11 ... Pekingor
CITY with a good trademark is years the benches have been given south of the peninsula. bring them closer together?
.u... 250 w.rd., end poetry c.... b. IteM. Tn* Udgir mrr.* Hi. right I* rct| .., latter Of.ho. Second it Is still not clear Finally, there la the Western e
fortunate. different colors but they are still St.Pete' .... le. Oplitl.. .f cliun.i.H end Whir c.1ItrI1Htton *>s.*r .1_...* .. Hid. .*.*. here that the communist war allied question: would the
Lakeland has one. trademark.On effort In South Viet Nam depends European allies think once

It consists of Lake Mirror and those benches tourists like to state socialism which alreadyhas on the Instructions and more that Washington was .

much of the area immediately adja- sit and rest and dream, argue, court, More DollarsFor corrupted and demoralizedso World War II supplies from communist overreacting to the communist -

cent to it, particularly the portion and watch people pass. many of our once self-reliant North Viet units Nam.there Some communist pressure and side with
RecalledEDITORi operate on France in a policy of neutralization
known as the civic center. Avon Park, in neighboring High- Weapons people. The wisdom of Days their own some with capturedwar or appeasement?

Pictures of the lake and the adja- lands County, has a trademark. It is Jesus told men "The poor ye material, some are supplied '
EDITOR "Those who win If cigarette smoking by sea though apparently IN SHORT, it Is for
cent area are used more than any a mile-long mall extending along Main have always with you" And easy
not learn from history are therefore we have the demagogue Is so dangerous to one's not manyand some President Johnson to warn the
other to advertise Lakeland. The Street. .... condemned to repeat It." -Amenl! health, why did I have to through Laos and Cambodia. communists that they are
Chamber of Commerce has made Intensive Some of the citizens wanting to pro- The current occupant of the After 30 of trying stand In line times Therefore, It Is essential ,to playing a "deeply dangerous
of this trademark Powerhouse years so many analyze the whole communist gmo" In Viet Nam. and to
use over the vide more room in the business districtfor may or may not more and more socialism the '
buy enough votes with Ms during World War II. to get supply network and decide urge the press to Imply that
years.Many automobile parking proposed that "unconditional war on poverty percentage of comparativelypoor .. them? whether to Intercept these supplies unless the game Is stopped,
Lakeland residents and visitors some of the mall bi'cut away. ," but this Is certain-his In our about Welfare the State remains The boys overseas Just had rein Laos and Cambodia i the U.S. may carry the war to
take of Lakeland's trade- just same as deciding whether to North Viet Nam, but
pictures That carryingthe
civic will
proposal brought on a weapons be more dollars
before. Its moral fiber is to have them, I was told. How
blockade and/or bomb the
mark and send them to relatives extorted from the already war there is also a "dan
and storm which broke loud
as a protestat weaker, our dollar Is worth did they win the war when communists in North VietNam gerous game" that this coun-
abused Income
friends in other states. a city commission meeting this and further debasement tax payers of our 36 cents and the country Is in they consumed those poisonous try has not begun to face

Pictures taken from either the eastside week. money. hock up to its ears. things? My husband did buy a THIRD, It Is Important to Unfortunately, the talking
It Is said that a statesman consider whether the South and the threatening have taken
of the lake or the west side are The merchants themselves are divided -
Two days after his speechwe looks corncob pipe for me at that
to the next generationand Vietnamese are able to carryon place before the careful studying -
especially good. on the issue.A read an AP dispatch from a politician to the next time. effective war to North Viet but fortunately,this study-
Munn Park is an extension of Lake hotel man asserted that desecration Washington announcing that a election. Look therein for the Nam in the event that a decision Ing Is now going forward In a
land's trademark. Many people who of the mall could Just about mean record had been broken. In key to this new "declarationof LOUISE GOWER is made that It Is necessary careful and systematic man.
the past fiscal the fed- "
year war. Fortunately, perhaps and advisable to do so.
ner.
have visited Lakeland think of Munn
the ruination of Avon Park. eral collected
government the section is still eight The Impression In official Johnson is not likely to
Park as one of Lakeland's distinctive We like Avon) Park's malL So we close to $106 billions In taxes. monti s away; several factors Moon TripWasteful quarters here Is that they are plunge into a wider war in

features. hope the city officials and civic lead- The dispatch quotes an In- are .ikely to change before not. They have been trained Viet Nam at any time, and
Tampa has Ybor City and Bay. ers will figure some other to ternal Revenue "Service"spokesman then. Principle is rapidly assuming as a counter-guerrilla force, especially not In an election
Is
way provide "This
as saying
more importance than not in the science of aerial year, but equally important,
shore Drive.St. more parking space without nib- the greatest amount ever collected personality or party. bombardment or naval raids he Is not likely to risk losing
Petersburg had the green bling away at the trademark the mall by any country in his- We shall always get Just as EDITOR I hate to see our and blockades. the war there, or even to risk
benches for years. Within recent is. tory. It still was not enough: much and as bad government government wasting millions Accordingly, it Is generally the danger of losing It between
the boys put us several billions as we are willing to stand for. sending worthless satellites to assumed here that any now and the voting In Novem
deeper into debt besides. Just as limited and as good the moon when we need those blockade or bombardment of ber.Therefore
We are coerced to support government as we are willingto millions for medical research North Viet Nam would have some new action
II They Who Guessed Wrong a limitless executive machine, fight for.RALPH. and better care for the aged.R. to be carried out by U.S. Is indicated to stop the pres-
a pestilential bureaucracy, forces and this raises some ent downward course of the
plus more of this welfare- J. HUTCIUNSON II. other basic questions McNa- war.
THEY WHO guessed wrong about column:

the Llston-Clay fight at Miami Beach "Presented half a chance, Liston

apparently were in the heavy majority. should end it in the first round, just as

They guessed strongly that Liston he has in his last three fights. The Need For Another Showdown I

would win. A large percentage of "Cassius Clay, the challenger of

those who picked Listen were quite Listen's heavyweight boxing crown,
emphatic. Many said Listen would was smart enough to talk his way into By C. L. SULZBERGER been a slow betterment of relations latter land now rota at an accelerating why the communists wish it ter-guerrilla war Into the
win in the first round. veil ty"rk tint*. with Moscow pace. A year ago as a first step. But the only third dimension.And .
this So
he
one. should be smart enoughto
PARIS Washington's Intellectual fewer than 300 monthly Viet alternative is victory which there Is a fourth dimension -
But the talkative Clay won in the run. Run he'll have to. Incest breeds many THE QUESTION today Is Cong "Incidents" will I I elude us unless we diplomacy and
were re-
seventh by what is sportingly called a "Llston certainly appears to be a pallid cliche and the latest whether it has not become change our strategy. If we propaganda We must care-
technical knockout. far and the best is that no matter how many Imperative for a similar ported. The present monthly let the communists train and fully advertise that we are
away heavyweightaround figure Is J,5'S 1 and the war is equip guerrillas In safe havens
did troubles we may have the showdown with China over not seeking to capture North
Why so many guess wrong? today. communists have it worse; South Viet Nam. China's clients being lost. Despite experiments and then march them In, Vie Nam but merely to preserve -
What misled them? "It'll be a stunning upset if Clay that in the contest for relative have been skillfully eroding with new tactics and we are doomed to be first South Viet Nam. We
Clay's Incessant bragging caused answers the bell for the fifth round. ascendancy, the West is the U.S. position ta that weapons we haven't learned nibbled, then gnawed to don't want war over South
many fan to become prejudiced Even if he does, it will merely delay gaining. far-off country. If a stand Is how to defeat guerrillas under death. Viet Nam any more than we
not soon taken it will col. their own fighting rules. wanted
war over Cuba 16
This simply Isn't true.
against him, and it may be they let the inevitable." No comer of the communist lapse and with It our reputa And the moonstruck way we IT IS TIME to proclaimour months ago. But we want

that prejudice shape their prediction. While that sports writer who so world now threatens to "go handle propaganda makes Intention of standing by real peace, not a sham.
They wanted to see Clay knocked out confidently made a prediction that democratic" but the reverseIs tion.Only two recent counter- things worse Secretary Mc- our commitments and to destroy We want neither another'

and so they wishfully predicted he proved he can console himself often true In the world we guerrilla wars have been won Namara promises we will\ foreign bases of Insur. territory nor to relinquish
wrong withdraw from South Viet section We should not con.
know as free. Communism in Greece and In Malaya.U. our own responsibilities. If
would be knocked out. that he had a lot of company. Still, S aid helped the Greeks Nam next year either an template Invading North Viet our adversaries insist on
One Florida sports writer up the cold crow doesn't taste good, no mat put down their Insurrection absurdity or a planned dis Nam or East Laos but we pushing a guerrilla war according -
state whom we shall not now humili- ter how many others around you also :FQttJgrt lJlI lin, after Tito broke with Stalin aster. should deliberately pulverize to rules they lay
Neutralization of South VietNam both bases and
and off aid communications down it is time for to
cut Russian to the us
ate him
by identifying in his
predicted are choking it down.A .
may be frustrated in distant guerrillas' Albanian base. In means its loss which Is thus moving the coun- change the rules.

areas as Its dynamism seeks Malaya the British took seven
THOUGHT-For when a few years have come I shall go the way whence I shall not re-- to expand, but it continues to years to crush an isolated up
turn.-Job 16:22.LAKELAND: grope outward. A grave rising.
schism divides the sponsor Guerrilla campaigns Potomac Fever
of this drive but Khrushchev whether communist or not .
and Mao Tie-Tung quarrel are usually successful whenever
': LEDGER primarily over the method of they can support forces
burying us. from foreign soil as the By FLETCHER KNEBFL,
:' : After World War II communism Algerians did In Tunisia and Goldwater says if he were president, he'd fire Defense Secretary McNa-

......* ,ra1) cow ... III. extended abruptly Morocco and as the Viet Cong mara Under Goldwater, everything in that line of work will be handled by
." .I Imperial I I Polk County Irur.a"insgem"BONN ,*".O...,ltO"!HMS.. V.d..,.. through East Europe and only does in Laos and North Viet the Secretary of Offense.
'" tort CLKVK HAMM. "r. Manav.n. retreated from a small slab Nam. Paralyzed by fear o( *
World's CItrus Center -.:: a BirwMrt tor OOO CHHL POWELL.e> HUNT.aew"ay au1..' of Austria. Stalinism-not I en.bleatwas spreading any war into nuclear UCLA gives LBJ an honorary degree. If this seems to be rushing the
Ion Mat ICMID....-. HIAHLIV, Clraula.Th rebuffed by Yugo holocaust, the West accepts June honorary degree season, don't forget this is Lady Bird's husband, Early
slavia. Communism overran fighting conditions laid Bird.
China, North Viet Nam North down by the guerrillas. *
LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686-1151 Korea and a slice of Laos. It In facing subversive threatsit Ode to the retraining program: Changes, changes everywhere. Hootenanny
-
embraced Cuba and edges Into is essential to coordinate hair. Tobaccos out but
gentle pool's back in. It takes a brain theseMichigan's
Africa. and
IUISCRIPTION RATES diplomatic military stra days to
The moat dramatic stand tegies. We failed to do this
if 0.. v..r .. ., .. .. $10.SO On. Month .. ... $1.71 against this tide was taken In Southeast Asia. Instead of *

.,. SI 1. Maths .. .. $1049 .w... . . . to .40 when we faced down the Russians trying to end the Laos threat become Gov. Romney says he tried to persuade astronaut John Glenn
to He
a Three M.n h. .. .. $ '.llt s.vnd.y Only Yt.r . ST.10 over Cuba. Washing by partitioning that country, vinced himself.a Republican. failed to convince Glenn but he almost con-
ton had already concluded it we agreed to neutralize it as
was time for a halt and, the communists wanted. Ever *
; Put>ll.f>td ....."..". ..c." $.....4., ."i .. Svndiy mcrnlni by L......,. N.wi'.M.. C.r.. when Khrushchev tried his since they have been pouring Gossip: A person who puts two and two together and gets a triangle.
Lak.lud. fl.,... 11102 missile trick he handed us a guerrillas through it from *
remarkable opportunity North to South Viet Nam. Senator Ted Kennedy says Johnson is no cinch for election this fall. Of
.i : which was remarkably well course, a sitting president always has an advantage, but LBJ won't lit sun long
used. Ever!: since there has THE, SITUATION In the enough for people to get the idea. '

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Che Guevara Cuba Must Start! ., t J JenI1'J ..
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By JUAN de ONIS production from 3,8 million long try of Industry, excluding sugar Pointing to graphs, he I&ld'1raw '
;(err ll rllltbn,pHAVANAErnesto tons last year to 10 million tons mills. In these production fellS material imports for his\
Guevara, by 1970 The Soviets agreed to per cent because of reduced'
main industries had reached
champion of Cuban Industrial! buy a major part of this produc sugar cane outputShoe
70 cent of the scheduled -I
only
ration, has announced a cutback tion at a fixed price of I cents per ,
Production Up amounts last year. As a
in Industrial investment a pound.
plant. Guevara said there had beena result, he said production had
in favor of producing more conturner Castro has also announced fallen short of the '
goods that other 66 per cent Increase In shoe
high priority
economic
plans by 16 per cent
production, and spoke optlmlsIcally -
"The people want more target include fisheries for .,
things they are constantly ask. which the Cuban state fishing: about cotton textile output mlnlstrY"I'
log for food shoes, clothing: fleet Is being rapidly expanded, He said that In both cases SLIGHT
all the consumer goods near,and livestock, both for beef and the raw materials for these CHESNEE!:, S.C. W ,
sary for life," said Guevara,:dairy products. goods were acquired internally Lynn Watson Jr lint out a t
Cuba's minister of industry 1 "For the time being we must As for Industries that dependon hamburger, and when It arrived I
"When we invest in a fac limit ourselves to minimum Industrial imported raw materials, It looked pretty tempting, complete -
tory, we are constructing the' objectives," said Guevara Guevara said that with the exception with lettuce onions, mustard ttrrc
future but In doing ao we are of the oil refineries,' and all the trimmings. The
postponing the construction of 1 An ambitious Industrialization supplied with Soviet crude oil only trouble was, the restaurant
the present, or that which can plan was announced In 1961 as here had been many serious owner had forgotten to put the
be consumed. A balance must national policy. Huge credits difficulties. meat inside the bun.
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be struck," aald Guevara. from the Soviet bloc: were announced
He announced a reduction In and purchasing missions .,
planned industrial Investments signed contracts for complete .1 Over 100 churches supporting'
this year compared to lastyear' plants and equipment butt this great
scheduled Investment fig is unclear to what extent the,
vre in state industries, which industrial plan has been put r Crusade For Christ
into effect
was not fulfilled. Y
In a televised speech Guevara Guevara said there had been HEAR internationally/ known
also publicly adjusted his a I per cent increase In industrial -
t, Industrialization scheme to Premier production last year com, evangelist '
f. Fidel Castro's decision to pared with 1962 in the plants SAM TODD ;;; SCATTER RUGS PRICED TO GO FAST #
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u. s. 'Blackmailed' In Latin Lands '



D DrPr Cuban Exile Tells Chamber Group 1


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Cuban exile Serafln Leal beIlevei "at least $2.S million was paid As for a solution, Leal said "We only cherish freedom
I that the United States hat out In graft that he believed that a U.S. Marine when it la lost. You have been
I I' i' a "big man, guilt complex"built "A few years ago, there waia invasion was not the answer !blessed. You have the least imperfect
of the
on a policy of dollar dlplomacy !!,. loan of $350 million for economic that he believed the real government in all
which hat proved a I development In CubeOnly answer was for solid U.S. support world I
,.. ....::,::;':,uJ.!r t : ,: j sad failure In all\ of Latin Amer-. $70 million to $80 million : for Cuban exiles to return "We, in Cuba, have learned it a
... ; 'w.r. [ice was ever invested in steel and 'to their native land on an Invasion -bitter and sad lesson. But "was
I Leal told the National Affair I tone.." for liberation. too late when we learned.

Committee of the Greater Lakeland Leal said that in Cuba there --a. ,f
T3T "" Chamber of Commerce atit .t: are "monumental highways"
semimonthly luncheon meet. and "beautiful tunnels" built WASHINGTON REPORT
ing: with assistance funds and he

255 SIZE AND COLOR i Esl "We are being blackmailed, laid:
Declared
everywhere, and .we are doing "They are spectacular, but War Is I
nothing about It.' they are not solving the social
Leal, a graduate of the Uni or economic problems MoonshinersBy
U t; r' r ,, $1 TO $11 OFF! ANTIQUE I versity of Havana with an advanced "And, remember, even the Against
i United States offered Castro
degree In architecture,
I
: \ \ FI, SATIN-WEAVE DRAPERY 1 1i I explained that he used the pro economic aid as late as 1960. ____m
I I ; noun "we" because: : Leal said that he had foughtthe FULTON LEWIS JR. the American Medical Association .

i {I 66 U.S. Losing Batista dictatorship in hit WASHINGTON Federal last year carried
I Jt. I' .. 5 I Fight native country, and that he had agents have launched an all- a shocking story under a
..j' "I live in the United States, Become a Cuban exile in the I
.> I out offensive against the headline: "Lay off moonshine
J t t and I, too, pay taxei. I United States to escape the "un- merchants of moonshine who "
I j t I I Despite the billion-dollar diplomacy ,tellevable" tyranny of Castro estimated 50 mil It may contain lead.
an
"t 1, REG. 8.49, 48x84" PR. it r policy In Central and'and his Communist henchmen, lion peddle gallons MORE THAN 90 per cent
t South America, Leal said that He laid: r w I
> "'-* I I of Illegal of the illicit whisky seized! In
the United States is playing a "Compared with Castro, Batista
one southern city contained
: j ."I l i, ; I. The elegance of softness .a soft. 9 j jI losing game In it* fight against was one of the world'sgreatest year.A hootch. each appreciable amounts of lead
L. "
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Communism.
\ r. textured stub benefactors. Treasury salts, according to the AMA
I"" $1 j I n : ly weave for subtle Interest "With the exception of Costa top Reason more and
:
Duty Defined official "I report.
t I l or a softly draping fabric Rica and Uruguay, and possibly says thatmoonshinlng more moonshiners In recent
0 Mexico, the trend of all Latin Leal said that he believed that
I
have been discarded
using
t" blended of and years
I''I'. : acetate In
rayon the ,
American countries Is toward United States as the citadelof
automobile radiators
\ Is "ex
i If;; I : I gentle! pinch-pleated folds, soft col Communism' Leal said. freedom and democracy hat tremely an difficult for condensing units.

,1 1 ,:, "' \ ; ;:.. 11' f.; ors to accent your treasured fur I Corruption and graft in high a right and a duty to defend racket to These radiators contain
freedom and ,
7 t If
a r I places are the basic reasons for democracy even In lead solder which apparently
keep -
l t J 4 1 1 ntshlngst gold, beige, seafoam the failure of the economic aid such a position dictates Inter. check let dissolves during the illegal

(: r. green, rose beige, and white program in Latin America, the vention In the internal affairs of alone wipeout LEWIS distilling process and con
i
,
\ r1PIr. 1 .. Cuban national said threatened Latin American nations It Is one of the three laminates the final product.
QJ!._L 1'f"i' '!_ ."",.r_"" < : j jJ I He cited a SS-million-doIlar- major sources of revenue for At least six North Carolinamen
He said that Communismcame
houslng development in one Latin the big crime cartels. are known to have died
..., ... American being to Cuba because the
,, ""' -- country constructed people There was a time when from lead poisoning pickedup
-- -' __ fJlt\.h" 1i...'=3 I!;,.,.", ;ii' ;.,,..,... with U.S. tax funds, as of Cuba did not understand moonshiners operated pretty while drinking moonshine.It .
one example of the "misuse" of the terror pf the system; that much In the South. But federal is difficult to say exactly
I economic assistance money. they believed pro. communist agents last year confiscated how many men have
"Of the M million he said propaganda; and because they more than 6,500 stillsIn died from lead poisoning in
SAVE 33 never believed that they could every part of the nation. recent years. Approximately
% NOW!
actually fall under the heel of Major moonshine centers include 50 cases were discovered in a
Iesou.ct IOIIO Castro. New York, New Jersey 12.month period at one Veterans
HtpgNAGENCY I. "People don't live In Cuba," Pennsylvania, Illinois, Administration hospital
,he said, "they only exist. and Michigan. in Birmingham, Ala. Thousands
( \ REG. 79c IACHWOMEN'S As in other Communist nations Moonshiners today deprivethe more have been blind

he said that the young are various state and federal ed. It is a common practicefor
J09 S. TINNUSU
BRIEFS AVI.
.'; PH. tU.4.4. being indoctrinated, and that treasuries of an estimated the moonshine makers to
IN NYLON TRICOT brothers are being I turned $600 million In taxes that are spike their product with de-
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$ ::
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i c....,.. De. against parents under the terrorof They peddle death with extra kick Other frequently s
; Castro and Khrushchev. their hootch. The Journal of used ingredients are antifreeze
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( lacquer, paint thinner.

; 2 96 LYE dead rats, snakes
r 1W and dogs are sometimes added
H/ LAKELAND DRUG to hasten fermentation.And .
the stills are often found
/ 1 Exclusive at Wards... In pig pens hen houses, and
1' Carol Brent nylon tricot filthy barns. One was uncovered -

briefs fashioned with under an outdoor privyin
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RESTAURANT
South Carolina.
\ q'1 all the quality details Moonshine reportedlyamounts

j you expect yet MIDST UNUSUAL" for 75 per cent of all
ACRYLIC BLANKET booze sold in Mississippi;
'ti priced so low duringthis 'Memorial
604 West Blvd.NEXT more than three-flfthi of the'
WINTER WARMTH AND LONG WEAR! d ;, special sale. Run- TO rOODTOWN SUPERMARKET liquor peddled In Georgia; at
and least a third of that sold in
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i easycare.Soft SPECIALS THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY
All acrylic for washable Florida.
r ,' and luxurious tof' Southern law enforcement
and lightweight 66 t
easy-care the touch.Popular elastic officers estimate that 70

comfort! "Nap-Seal" finish 8 I I 100 5 GR. TABLETS per
cent of the hootch turned out
Pocket
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prevents shedding, pilling, 'tj' r 9T f& leg style. by local moonshiners Is shipped .
-: lengthens wear. 6%* nylon 72.90 Sill M I ::1 Pastels. From 32 to 42. ASPIRIN 9 north. An assistant U.S.

: binding 6 decorator colors. REG. 11.99 attorney working out of New
Limit 3 9
York helped break up a Interstate
,LIMIT II 3 for bootleg conspiracythat
Involved millions of dollars .

Regular 98c Site (Limit 1)) In whisky and more millions
M in unpaid taxes Whisky -
; 4 SPECIAL In that case was manufactured
;; VALUE !
: Listerine Antiseptic 68 in Georgia and shippedby
. . truck to New York.
'
\ MEN'S IMPORTED OTHER MOONSHINERS

f r. .1 Regular 98c Size (Limit IIDOAN'S ) operate In the heart of the
SHORT SLEEVE city, Early last year, Treasury .
agents/ seized a New York
DRESS SHIRTS PILLS
66
.1 . . still Ions of that rotgut turned a week.out 800 Other gal-

': raids in the New York area
i shut down stills at Suffolk
; 125t' FOOD YOU'LL REMEMBER County, Long Island, and Jamaica .
.1 \ .j Queens. In nearby
E FOR Jersey City the Feds discovered -
"P IOUUI MS TAKEOUTSERVICE V Pan Fried Chicken a still with a 1.000-g.l.

lon--day capacity "It was
Potato Salad
FrenchFries
I Fine100Sanforized'combed or the tallest still\ IVs ever
Col. Slow, Hot
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seen, one of the
I cotton broadcloth Ph. MU 2-9074 Biscuits. Tea or Coffee . agents said later. raiding
rt dress shirts handsomely .
In Monmouth, N. J authorities
l I styled with fully HOT DOG ON GRILLED BUN raided a still ?which

SUPIMA* COTTON -' banded spread collar, With Chili Sauce, Chips and Pickle.I Large Root Beer 29 they swimming said used pools three to turn plastic out

i permanent stays. Skill 1,000 gallons every 24 hours
MEN'S REG. 79c SOCKS In Rockford, III,
PR. ARGYLE fully made In British Regular 98c Denture Cleanser (Limit 1)) peddlers
reportedly hawked moonshine
A huge assortment of fresh Hong Kong to Wards door to door. The sheriff

patterns and colors, all with I .> rigid specifications( I IWhite. POLIDENT 67 there said: "I understandthere

non.binding comfort top 48C 14'/J to 16/. are a lot of people In
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some of the Industrial
and long-wearing nylon reinforcement 1 # 'I ;' Save at Wards I'Max who are pretty sore at plants u."
in heel and toe. imum shrinkage 1%. : ;BABY! MILK Limit 1 Case V V f

Washfast. Sizes lO'/j to 13. PR. er PER CAN .

Strike FearedIn
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Regular $1.03-7.0. Regular 45cVITALIS Space Center

TOWEL SETS LADIES' BRASSoft CEPACOL Labor Problems


Absorbent Limit i 17 LOZENGES 29C WASHINGTON CAP) A
Regularly $1.00
one House subcommittee has heard
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Terry 696. All CottonAssorted C Regular $1.00 Size (Limit 1) expressions of concern over labor .
67 difficulties at the Cape Kennedy -
Floral Patterns Space Center and .
Sixes PRELL SHAMPOO 69 the possibility \
and Styles of a widespread strike.A .
: Regularly 9.99 SET committee member described
Sizes 127-120-620-BfrW the situation Tuesday as "an

FILM CHEWING GUM Industrial dispute with which we
can live at the present time."


STRETCH PANTS WOMEN'S FLATS 3 Rolls 88 I 3 Pk::. 10 space elate Dr. administrator George flight E.in Mueller the for National manned, asso-

Aeronautics and Space Administration
Regular $1.00 Size ( Limit 1)JERGEN'S ) : agreed but expressed
concern over the shutdown
4.99
Regularly pos.

Rayon Value &to Nylon 10.98,Gob. 96. White OnlyAssorted 46 LOTION . 61 sibihty.The Florida East Coast Railway .

3 2 operates on a government-
100 Cotton Pile owned spur built especially for
Block, Loden Green Styles 24"x44"-Wa.habl.% Regular $2.98 hauling materials and supplies
Driftwood & Berry and Sizes for the rocket base.

SCATTER TRAVEL $ Nonoperating unions I have
99' I )47 been on strike against the FEC
RUGS leeh IRON Each since Jan. 23. 1963. There was a
LI"it. I Pluul I, brief, stoppage earlier this

N. KENTUCKY AVE. 9-5:30 FRI. 'TIL 9 P.M. month when construction workers .
117 DAILY
OPEN refused to cross picket
Fre* Parking .:. Elegant/ Food : Pleasant/ Shopping Jjj / The! pickets have been lines.with-

t drawn on a temporary basis.



LEDGER. Thursday, Feb. 21. IICC 7
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Peru Looks To Amazon Valley As I


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Key To Future I Industrial GrowthBy



,THOMAS J. STONE profit taxes, registration taxes, Installations contribute subuntUIly way. Some river traffic goeson j
LIMA Associated, Press Writer Import taxes and Income to the Peru in Peru If
taxes to short, no taxes And
looking eastward across the whatever they produce may A U S. firm Is going to callpa but It is slow and there
Andes to the vast untapped be sold anywhere in Peru produce plywood there An 1s a heavy backlog at Pu
Amazon Valley as a key to free of all fiscal tax or duties Englishman exports monkeysand callpa. '
the nation's future industrial "existing or to be created." tropical fish. The salvation for development .
growth What is there to lure the While Iquitos Is a springboard seems to be the systemof r.
It Is rich, and Its potential pioneer? Lumber without a for foreign trade, it is highways Belaunde plans
Is almost unlimited. But It Is doubt. And rubber, oil jute 500 miles by river from a for the east Some are al
now practically Inaccessible. and coffee prospects A problem highway the road linking ready under construction, withU.
President Fernando Delaun- is to find an industry In Pucallpa on the Ucayali River S. aid A feasibility study ECONOMY PLUS QUALITY
de Terry, an architect turned which the tax break would with Lima The Pucallpa road, of other highways Is underway
politician, Is moving swiftly, overcome high transportation almost Impassable in places, Once the Selva Is openedup
however, to open up the east costs winds across the scrawling Belaunde feels, Peru's already ,
ern Jungles to economic pioneers. The hub of the underdeveloped valley, up over the Andes and growing economy will WARDS STYLE HOUSE
east Is Iquitos, a tropical down _into Lima, ISO miles booms I '"
Highways Built city of 80,000 lying on the "' LATEX FLAT FINISH
He is building highways to Amazon River, 500 air miles mmm m m f r.r I I
link isolated settlements with east of the Pacific and 2,000 ""
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the nicest
all
market centers miles west of the Atlantic. iliseeras r : ; ]u .."t"
He has declared a 10 year There are no. highways or ---- 2 '
tax holiday In the river val. railroads-only Jungle trails. drink --
ley, representing almost half leading into Iquitos. There is people FOR 5
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the size of the country to lure limited air service and river J
I developer., domestic and for traffic to the west GALLONS
sign But It is a port for seagoing
The "selva" or forest land vessels from the United States Glamorize walls In white or one of
east of the mountains, some and Europe. They reach OLD"HICKOR LATEXINTRIOR : II
I with peaks 22.000 feet high Is Iquitos by sailing into the RIeKURI I 6 decorator colors...without budget

suffering economically. mouth of the Amazon on the I r '\\1'1'I' I et straining I Great for garage,
A decree sweeping away east coast of Brazil and steaming FINIS
taxation for business ventures westward,along the wind. FLAT closets, attic, etc as well as main
aid the move was necessary ing Jungle$ river to "the end rooms. Easy to apply, water.
8
to "detain the economic "
prostration of the line.
of the selva region Iquitos, just south of the tars Grd A thinned paint Is odorless,washable,
and promote Its rapid recovery equator, was a bustling city America Most Magnificent Bourbon dries In 30 minutes. Clean hands,
.and recuperation"Firms years ago when a rubber I I 1 tools and spills with soapy water.
or individuals who go boom put it on the map With
east to establish businesses or : Its collapse it has become ... 10 years light i J / a'
Industries will not have to'' somewhat stagnant economi ,
face the tax barrier, at least cally. Its main export now Is [ melknv! .....
for the first decade. For them, I mahogany Other exports In. 10 years { -.....-.......--
there will be no export taxes, I 'elude some rubber and jute. .
fiscal taxes, stamp taxes, Naval Air Force and Army u toss eta-SIMICM SOUIIM waaat MOW-ai NICUII' nsnmu co.PIIu. .
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. 27, 1M4 Murdered Lloyd Frisbie, PublisherOf




Most Cities Back Man's BodyDiscovered Bartow Newspaper, Dies


for it* first 2Jears
Democrat
BARTOW S. Lloyd Triable, age of 10 on an Iowa newspaper The

74, publisher of the Polk Countytemocrat the late S. / I
owned by his father .oni
I Haven College Sitebeen [ and the Citrus Industry In the meantime, his ,
lie hid backed Webb' car up L. Frisbie I. and Richard Frisbie had ;
-died Loyal
here this
magazine I
to the Bully and then had While attending Indiana university \-, Joined the family business and
morning after a long: illness
selected by ui, but wer' Commerce-"While this Is a dragged Dykei' body out and Funeral plain will be announced his duties on the college Helped expand The Democratto

willing to go along with the disappointment to Lake Wales flung It over the edge. later newspaper resulted In hit be- a semi-weekly after the purchase -

survey team't recommenda. which felt the other assets of "I lost my balance and went A lifelong newspaper man, coming a charter member of the of The Record,
tioni"At our office over-rode the fact Mr. Frisbie began learning the Mr. Frisbie was active In civic
first chapter of Sigma Chi Epsilon -
Davit of the Winter Haven that It is not presently the trade at a printer'i devil at the affairs, serving as president of
the first national Journalistic -
of population we do club, and for
Chamber of Commerce cenler t pIdown the Bartow Rotary

opined that a rejection of the accept (this report as being I J : fraternity. several years was a director of

team'f recommendation would fairly and impartially made ; Tax CufHailed Joined Father the Chamber of Commerce

"reflect on the ability and and the decision made under with him," Choate said. Mr. Frisbie left the universityto Award Given
integrity of the team's members standards set bv the state We blood shoes"
RI'- 1 got on my Presidental join his father In the newspaper and only
(eel that the He was organizing
.. H further survey Choate said he "pulled moss business, as editor and the Polk CountY
of
team was composed of expertsin U off a tree" to clean off his manager of the Sloan (Iowa) chairman and of the Polk
field who are 'Interest Defense Council
: m l ( that Star
shoes and "took a good bit of Board during
ed only' In seeing that the best and It the He later moved to Biloxl Miss County Rationing r
moss spread over II jobs which he
facilities used. World War ,
possible are back seat of the car" to soak al action on Wednesday by a 74 where he and his father converted volunteer whilt

and would Jeopardize our Winter Haven Board of Realtors up bloodstains there. to 19 vote, will reduce taxes for the Biloxl Advertiser froma handled as a

chances of ever getting the -"Having complete faithIn L Choate recalled shooting 80 million Individuals by almost weekly to'a daily. Next he

college for Polk County"Some the capabilities of the Dykes. "A light came on In a one-fifth the was associated with the Clarksdale -

comments from some State Survey Team to serve house (nearby) and I created on average, by (Miss.) Register, a daily.

of the resolutions favoring the the best interests of the students a disturbance with my car, as about 9 per cent for 550,000 bust Still later he became advertis-

golf course Included: of Polk County It Is if It backfired." tie said he flosses The cuts are retroactiveto Ing manager of the BeaumontTex.

Haines City Chamber of hereby resolved that the board It made as much noise as possible Jan. 1.Johnson. ( .) Journal.

Commerce "We strongly unanimously endorses the driving away In his 15-minute address Mr. Frisbie joined the advertising ,
urge the Polk County School Polk Junior College site selected staff of the Tampa Tribune
Little Is known about Dykes, said the measure "will
Board, and the general public by the State Survey in 1918, next year was
who lived alone In his truckIn
Wines
COMMISSIONER TAKES STAND Tern Tumbull, if'
Team
and named and
to base their opinions advertising manager
decisions regarding the Polk Auburndale Chamber of Haves city wmmliilentr, Cilia school .bud "' ......... h. thinks the Ruskin area, except later was business manager

County Junior College on the Commerce-"Now since the She Winter H...tn Coif Couno is Iho mOlt tjuclifitd pious t. that he was born In Greenville said I I : (li ; ii ; When the late W F. Stovall
Tenn. Cooper .
best interest for the future of location has been selected, ,...........tl' locoU Polk Junior C.I...... Choate and Dykes had met ,_ n ,> ;, ,<;; _., sold the Tribune during the fl.
the and for Its service the board of' directors feel we Florida Mr.
college about three weeks prior to I boom of the 1920's,
abide the decl.ionand strengthen our economy and
fairly to the students of the should by had both rrisbie helped to organize the \

county That such a decisionbe not be condemning any School Board To Ask the gotten murder jobs at They the same construction bring citizens.a better" way of life to our Tampa Telegraph, as its vice-
this fine location
one for in
unbiased and
the result of site Dykes drove president and general manager
unselfish consideration of all Winter Haven. You may re The theory is, as Johnson explained When the Tribune bought the
work,
factors involved rather than call when the people of Polk Talks With Survey Teamand Choate Cooper said.Curtis to every day. : "As you spend this Telegraph a few years later, he

purely civic Interest. Thatwe County were asked to vote money at the grocers or depart- returned to the Tribune staff

therefore, endorse the selection the millape for the college, number of suitableacres were the only ones to vote In ment store, the grocer and de

of the State Department Lakeland did not want it, but ?" favor of Watson's motion that Will partment store owner In turn Democrat EstablishedIn

of Education Survey since the county voted the Head also said he has some the board have "three sites re- will spend it for their own 1930, Mr. Frisbie came to

Team for the site of the junior millage, they have turned questions concerning the re surveyed and that Dr. Watten- needs-and In this fashion, the Bartow to serve as manager of

college." about face and have been the port and "Until these questions barger come to the county to Seek Folk'sSenate money will circulate through the the family's printing plant and S. LLOYD FRISBIE

first to complain." report when the report on the economy raising the demandfor business manager of The Citrus

Fort Meade Joins The Bartow resolution called resurvey was completed." goods several times the Industry.He editing The Democrat, managing

Fort Meade City Commission"The for the board to "withhold Watson's motion called only Seat amount of the tax cut." established The DemocratIn the Bartow Printing Co. and

commission goes on attion pending full and careful for a resurvey of Winter Ha. All told about $800 million 1931 as a weekly, and formed handling business affairs of The

record as requesting the study of all available sites ven, Eaton .Park and Bartow as president twice as state di more a month will be fired into the Frisbie Publishing Co. In Citrus Industry.

School Board of Polk County which have or may hereafterbe are clearly answered In Air Base sites and made no rector. In 1961 he received the the economy to speed It up, enlarge 1946 to buy Bartow' other newspaper He received the Bartow Lions
I
to adhere to the recommen offered It. Mar. The Polk County Record Club's "outstanding citizen"award j
mention of site offers by It and
mind, I can not in fairness Service Award create more jobs
dation of the team and The resolution also noted my Distinguished for 1942.
survey shall Hampton and groups in economic fortress His wife, Mrs. MargueriteFnisbie
the of Pll{ provide an
proceed with as much speed that the "purpose of a junior ,I County to along people with the recommendation Lake Wales and Auburndale. of 'the Bartow Jaycees. He I.a Is for "the observation of freedom wa society editor of He was named a lieutenant "

as possible toward the permanent college is to advance the educational go member of Kiwanis and has In'-the world" colonel on the staff of Gov. Spas-
establishment of a junior opportunities of all of I of the survey Purpose Questioned sard L. Holland, and was an

college In Polk County." the citizens of this area, young "I want to go on record thatI Twice, Mayor Richard '\' The President urged Amerl Haven Policemen I "Admiral of the Nebraska I

Lake Alfred Chamber of and old alike, and that the am not for or against any Dantzler of Winter Haven asked cans now put this theory Into Navy."

Commerce-"Since the site approval of the Junior college group or section of Polk County Watson for the purpose ofa fll't1f l practice. declaring: Seek Fruit Thief I Mr Frisbie attended First

proposal which we had plan. program by the taxpayers of When as many facts as "resurvey," and after accusing "If American enterprise responds Methodist Church here for a I

ned to offer did not materialize Polk County on referendum possible are available, I will Watson of "not answer twice served as treasurer of to this new opportunitywith and I number of years, until failing /
constituted a mandate to buildan make a decision which In my Increased investment WINTER HAVEN Police
we were extremely ing my question, he asked Bartow club He has health curtailed his activities
the
pleased to learn that the State educational institution, not belief will be fair to the coun "Would accept the results expansion-with new productionand here are trying to catch an He was the first Interlocutorof I
you served two terms as Division products-with the creation thief who has
Board of Education Survey a monument, and the responsibility ty. of the next ?" new early morning the annual Rotary club minstrel .
survey
l make the col. chairman of the Marlanna of new jobs-then the tax been making off with produce
Team had chosen the Winter to junior Sought To this Watson replied resurvey Ten and continued in the role
Clarification will bring greater abundance from In front of the D. and J.
lege an accomplished fact car. cut for several .
Klnanis.
Haven Golf Club as the only "would give the facts Plan Committee for years.He
ties with it the responsibilityto Head, noting that in the to all Americans Then Market, 437 Ave. T, N. E. became editor and publisher
site approved for the new col.
to help make a decision, and He was Polk County Chair. I
lege Our chamber heartily do so with a minimum ad. "past week, I have been vilified then Turnbull queried "Then, man of the March of Dimes the federal government will not Dewey Dekle, owner of the of The Citrus Industry ,.
endorses the selection of the ditional future and present tax In some quarters and eu have to do for the economy market, said that three boxes of after his father' death In 1958.
Park site has
if It's not the Eaton for 1962 and 1963 He
Winter Haven Golf Course burden" logized in others," said he has I what the economy should do for bananas and a box of apples Survivors, in addition to his
have director
to a I
we are not going served five years as a "
site; and we also feel that the "tried to take sufficient timeto itself. were stolen last right. He also widow and two ions, are his
junior college, as far as you of the Polk County Chap-
rejection of this site which I SKYDIVERS AMATEURS intelligently examine and concerned?" of National Founda I Johnson called the tax reductions -said that other fruits and vegetables -step-mother, Mrs. Clara Frisbie \ ",

has been chosen by this survey I OAKLAND, Calif (AP) digest a report involving the are Watson, who stated "I don't ter tion. He the has served two terms an "expression of faith In have been taken in the of Tampa and four grand ,

team would Jeopardize Quote of the day: "Skydivers expenditure of several million and our system of free enterprise" ,
trouble opineda
like to cause treasurer of that
Polk County's chances of get. are amateurs-they use para dollars of the taxpayers' mon would help "work as group Chair- and for his part In the effort to !
resurvey is currently serving as
ling the college at all We chutes"-Navy Lt (J j.g.) Edward that keep down government .pend-
ey"As out a problem in a way of the Board of Directors -
man
would like to strongly urge Dickson, 26, Wyoming for the report Itself, Ing he said he will send revised past.@bituarie
we can live with It.. In 1962 he was named
each member to consider the Pa., whose parachute didn't there are'aeveral discrepancies budget estimates to Congress today Head said he came to yes Chairman of the Salk, Insti- *
best Interest of the whole open when he bailed out of his and I would like a fuller reducing the budget requests
for
terday's meeting "fully pre tute Building Fund Drive
county by confirming the jet fighter at 1.000 feet over explanation and clarificationof "of last month by 7,500
make the motion" -
State Survey Team's selection central California. He landedin certain parts'of the report," pared to same Polk County. federal jobs and $30 million. MRS. NANCY
proposed by Watson but of Moose JANE FAULK ven 15 years She was s
." asserted. Curtis Is a member ago.
snowbank and suffered he Johnson illu
a a decided to meet with members and has served as a memberof With examples Mrs. Nancy Jane Faulk, 88, of member of St. Joseph's Catholic
Wales Chamber of broken Watson and Mrs. PhillipsYOU'LL reduction would
-Lake leg. what the
trated 1103
Terry Ave.. died
of the survey team Polk County Committee To yesterdayat Church of Winter Haven.
i mean for a family of four whenit her home after
Employ The Physically Handicapped a long Illness Survivors include a son, Phil
Is fully effective next yearThose She was a native of Alabama Gutierrez, Winter Haven; a
The Curtis family
FEC TrainWrecked earning less than $3,000a and came to Lakeland 15
attends the Associate Reformed years daughter, Mrs. Lucia Lorenti
Presbyterian Church wherehe year will pay no tax. Those ago from Dade City. She wasa of Charleston S.C,; a brother
earning $5,200 a year will pay member of the Church.
Baptist Joseph Zurhellen, New York
NcSNewOn ByDynamfe has served two terms as
church treasurer and as a $135 less in taxe.lnd: Survivors Include a daughter, City; two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice ..

? member of the board of dea Taxes Cut $258 Mrs. Sally Davis of Lakeland; Stonaker, New Road, La. and
"If you and your wife both a sister, Mrs. Sally Graves of Mrs. Edwina Stone, Natchez;

cons. work. and your combined earn Bartow; and seven grandchildren 14 grandchildren.

whose car was stopped at the In making his announcement ings are $10,000 a year, your 15 grandchildren and Funeral services will be held .
crossing for the train to pass, Curtis said "I have decided reduced $258 s four
taxes will be by great-great-grandchildren. Friday at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph'sCatholic
said a "terrific blast" struck to seek the office of Funeral
year-a percent cut. services will be held Church at which timea
his ears and the cars began to I state senator from Polk County For individuals the tax cut at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoonat requiem mass will be offeredby

pile up along the railroad. In order to offer to the people will\ begin showing up next the Westside Baptist Church, the Rev. Fr. Matthew J.

One locomotive remained on of our county a voice in Thursday when the withholding with burial in the New Home Connolly. The rosary will be

the track. The others and half the affairs of our state government rate is reduced from 18 to 14 Cemetery. Friends may call to- said tonight at 7:30: o'clock.

basedj on government per cent. I night and tomorrow night from Crisp Funeral home is In

al training, experience and the The cut Itself will\ take placeIn 7' until 9 o'clock at the Dukes-I charge of arrangements.

..,. knowledge of the day to day two annual steps-the bulk Steen Funeral Home I Friends may call this evening

living problems with which we of It Immediately for individuals. from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Crisp

are confronted." The present tax range of RITES FOR MR. THOMPSON Chapel.

of the 40 cars In the train were "We need dedicated leadership 20 to 91 per cent will\ drop to Funeral services for Paul A. Burial will be In New York

derailed. Some *of the cars In Tallahassee today as 14 to 70 per cent over the two Thompson, 47, of 1503 HansenSt. City's Calvary Cemetery.

caught fire. never before. I will presentto .. who died Monday, were

The windows of the lead the voters and citizens of years.The corporate tax on compa held this morning at the Dukes- ARBIE LUMERT

locomotive were blown out and our county a workable for nice earning more than $25,000 Steen Funeral Home, with the
AUBURN DALE-E. Arble I.u-
the engineer was cut on the ward looking legislative pro will\ drop from 52 to 48 per cent Rev. Dr. Evert Cremer, pastor -
mert, 60, of Broads Trailer
head gram during the campaign, in two steps For smaller companies of the Westminster Presbyterian -
died Wed.
Auburndale
Park, ,
The FEC has blamed numerous -
one Which I believe the people the rate will drop from Church officiating. Burial -
after brief illness
nesday night. a -
dynamitings on sabotage want and need. I welcome 30 to 22 per cent by 19b5. was in Lakeland Memorial
in the Bartow Hospital.
Eleven I nonoperating unions from at Gardens.
Inquiries anyone any
which struck the road Jan 23, Mr. Lumert was born in Hoi-
thinkingon Mrs Arthur W. Rich provided
time concerning my
Orders comb. Mo In 1962 he moved
1963, have denied involvement in Judges .
any issue and it will be my organ selections Pallbearers
front Auburndale.In
Zephyrhills to .
the violence and have pleaded such were Kenneth W. Rmgdahl.F .
desire to answer any
with the to bring 1 it Dog Custody Auburndale, Mr. Lu inert
dynamiters questions as frankly as any J. Leman, Harry C. Mm- owned and operated the Sunny
to a halt. nier, C. W. Palmore Jr., Joe
man can.
On Feb. J4, a powerful explosion Case Thrown Out Brown and Noel D. Whitwood. Market, Highway 92.
-
He Is survived by his wife.
hurled ten cars off the AUCTIONS
track near New Smyrna Beach. CATTLE LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -The RITES FOR MRS. ELIZEUS Mrs. Dorothy Lum rt. Auburn-

HAVE UP TO THREE YEARS TO Earlier In the month, a train JACKSONVILLE (API-PTIMI llttledne <. case seemed to be going to the Funeral services for Mrs dale; his mother, Mrs. Martha
rh"ood rotU. a.r\loft m.rk... Lumert, Zephyrhills; four
and Judge
was dynamited near Miami. .dlir at Arradll. Klulmmee and dogs, Municipal Mary Elizeus. 66, of 735 E.
LI.. Oik Receipt' it 1 miriell 1OOO .. daughters Miss Andrea Lumertof
Glover wouldn't
"shaken
Quinn put up
Some crewmen were compared 000 week earllirliuihtvr Peachtree St., who died Sunday,
PAY ON EASY MONTHLY TERMS
up" by today's blast, the rail dine* with it. were held yesterday at the Gen- Auburndale Miss Shirley Lu.
Cowl U huh 14 00-11 OOBulli
road reported. Utility' IS 00-11 7Cilvei He told the attorneys to settle try-Morrison Funeral Home mert of St. Louis Mo. Mrs.

The FEC operated by the Hood 11 00 11 210 00_600. 1M. 2005.2400 it out of court or else. Chapel with Maj. Harold E. Helen Lomax of Matthews, Mo.,

Financing that new cor is no problem with our low-cost, low- Florida duPont estate has resisted -21 Vo.00-JS',,,00 and lew toad 138.250 10! II Ibemiis SOOineri The case: Ferking of the Salvation Army and Mrs Sarah Kelso, St. Louis,
too milliard 4SO-.00.ll>. Lillian Baker Galyon Mo.; two sons and two stepsons
Mrs.
federal government orders officiating. Burial will be
premium auto loan rates! Here's how they work: to rehire the striking work 'F 17,00 u"o3i 19 18. I... load 600-10O IH loll filed suit against Mrs. Martha later date. at a James Lumert of West

You Borrow $1,000 . . . . You Pay $33.08 MonthlyYou era and restore the status quo III..,. row Feedee loo<(Clauei 4:>o-lbo Ibl 1150Undard Upton for custody of Sandy, a Palm Beach, T. Sgt. Dean Lu.

Borrow $1,500 . . You Pay $49.62 Monthly of pre-strike to settle days the dispute.pending efforts -3035 17509100Cllvti medium Ft*UBO1900Helferi m.dluro 450-700 Ibl month-old half-Chihuahua half dog.Manchesterand Mrs. WINTER WARREN HAVEN L. WALKER- Warren mert., Gary U.S. Birdsong Air Force,of California Reno,

(mined' ) Good ISO-SOO Ibl
You Borrow $2,000 . . . You Pay $66.17 MonthlyYou Wednesday, Sen. Way n e 1100-3310 ,medium 1700-1100 Upton has Sandy. L. Walker, 69, of 1842 17th St. Midland Nev., and Tex.Buddy, and 17 Birdsong of
Morse, D-Ore., introduced a bill Roy Finch Jr. Is the attorneyfor NW. died yesterday at the Win- grandchil

Borrow $3,000 . . . . You Pay $99.25 Monthly in Congress to force the duPont CITRUS SHIPMENTS Mrs. Galyon, and Mrs. Up- ter Haven Hospital after a brief dren. .

estate to dispose of the railroad WINTER WAV IN IAPI-Slate Clue ton Is represented by Harold illness He was native of Chelsea I Funeral services will be announced

its banking em In'po ho, Bureau 10 am report Intx KingGlover's. Vt., and the winter later by Kersey Funeral -
Above figures based on 36-month payment plan. or to give up .... spent Home of Auburndale.
FEC 0 < < 0,".. "or elae" Involvedtwo
pire. He accused Ed Ball, r months in Winter Haven from

of abusing the i : .: : 'm J300 plansTo : Burlington, Vt.
board chairman,
::; : .
.. ... .,,, .. 25.455 award to the
of the estate In an "art! custody He was a veteran of World 'TH S. WtO"MQAORIAHOME:
power '
COME IN TODAY 'ONE* and abusive Total .. ... . 63 001 13 500 women on alternating days Wart .
tracy tyrannical C. inert'Yifij.. 71.34* 1 18 803
'' Rail' 1.140. truck }.133. to- with the attorneys appointed to Survivors Include two sisters I ,
AND DISCUSS YOUR LOAN way" ..I :s.; ,... ...
...- ... deliver the dog to and from the Mrs. Lenda Gove of Burlington 1'J ,
NEEDS WITH US residences and Mrs Olive Kmghton of ,' ttt51, I

f KrTTJ*>1> In Time -Or to appoint Ben Shelley Melrose, Mass; a brother .. ....
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BANKING! .
arbitrate ,
I *! a hotel manager, to Howard T. Walker of Portland -I -
t\} Of Sorrow the case. Both women are Ore.

SERYKI \ waitresses In the hotel's coffee Funeral services will be held'

shop. working the same shift later at Chelsea. Arr.ngementsl AMBULANCESERVICE

:7ift'Imams' here are under direction of

cJiJt \ POULTRY 6- EGGS Mitchell Funeral Home.
natiollai''bankMEMBER < ( : '
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Alfi' Sail ."ore ,tUllei" 5,, 'nt eliht( and price per
.oon..... 5,5 'It WINTER HAVEN Mrs. Lucia vary hur .f ....

Than W.refsWilLIAMS' a W..I c...... F. Gutierrez, 74, of 755 sighS end 4.,.
11 LI' o. .44 4OiliO0.,444M'ft,5 ,
I' .J. "J moo. 4 Eight Ave., SW died yesterday I
LAKELAND .
OF .
F.D.I.C.I am.n! II:: 3r'031 .".00.... .J JI morning at her home after
II... of ..up\loftal ualllll 1.. ...nlo1I1111or short illness. al
FLOWERS In .torn .octllUt*,
Whol..I. prlro. on poultr DiebudOP I Mrs Gutierrez was a native
Tel. 686-2182 x( '.rm.. HrD'. homut. 1 lb.. ,o.S 417 N. Moss Art.
2211 1 So. Florida Avenue o.xi.r I ,Ported' hem 4Vi IM' M of Natchez, Miss, and spent!
1043 S. Florida MU 6-1641 hem. 4-4'e' Ita Oft-07 mot. 04, hem. I Phone MU 6-2133
Day or Evening York1City.
under 4 Ibi 05-oa ma. .do. oUieri.iilei most of her life in New ]

,, ,-- i i.ir.u2s'0 planta reported 1 tent Deliver hllher* sri.. lol'I She moved to Winter Ha->



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: LEDGER

I Cuba TryingTo !DT TAKE A



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tr From U.S.WASHINGTON WHEN THE ODDS AGAINST YOUR HOUSE ARE SUN RAIN AND TIME


!; ; Ft t r ; (AP) A Cuban .

I government purchasing .

t mission in Montreal, Canada, Is

negotiating with U.S. companiesfor PLAY IT SAFE!
:
the purchase of $2.million I '
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worth of lard it was learned : : ; : 1

today. # .
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There were strong Indicationsthis 4' :tfj: ,; .
major effort by the Fidel PROTECT AND IEAUTIFY YOUR HOME WITH t .
Castro government to obtain .
US, foodstuffs would be sue I DEVOEHOUSE

cessful
The sale would be the largest PAINTS

movement of U.S. goods to Cuba Whatever your painting- needs may bet +'i "J F
n since the series of food and r
d whether your house la masonry wood or
t e Yr w T, medical shipments used to ran I shlng-lei how.nl'JOlI plan to tackle the Job, ,r v ? i!
t aorta the Bay of Pigs prisoners. "DEVOE!: : has the paint for you.to protect t

US officials have criticized i your home and preserve 1U beauty.
other Western unions for selling .
.; "hard goods" such as I E."y-to-app1y DKVOE exterIor 1I0uII paint. ; 1 ,,,

buses and trucks-to Cuba. I gletheb.autyofsnewlypalntedhouaswohe "
th added plus of weather protection. a
There are no U.S. regulations
: L. against the sale of food and Choose the DEVOE! tiotu paint to fit pour e "'
'i... e .... ..,L_ iA at ,. .. n I ,. ...,.. .. medicine to Cuba-provided no need, It cornea In a wide variety of the moit '
export subsidy is Involvedbutthe popular exterior colon. a dz
problem of transportation
i GUNNING FOR MAINLANDERS-Chlntt.: Nationalist *MpiM.h the Commimlit, rim' kee IncrtiuJ .,oclIl.tI... that the H.tl.-l has reduced such sales to a
i I ." Itlinrf, In the .."" ... Strtlfi, set up 105mm H.1tlO' ..- lists mlli stop up ,11.,11I. colds .(liut H mlnl.n4 If trickle in recent months
lodes m.n.yv.r.. .t the wci-tr'i .4 9.. Frtncli Mc.|nltl n i AF ..." MMint a .", .IIIC.l" litvitloit, (AP J Wlrcphot


i Nationalist China May Invade MainlandBy ti1 See them today atMILLER


"AGENCY. HARDWARE & PAINT CO. .I I
ROY ESSOYAN lomatlc chain reaction and they' mates available here and In supposedly are deployed to a
TAIPEI, Formosa (AP- feel their only hope of survivalas Hong Kong the Chinese Com- depth of 200 miles along the 10' S. TINNISSII. 552.4141a AYPH. /, OUR 424 YEAR

Charles da Gaulle recognlUon a sovereign power Is to force munist navy totals 1000 ships China coast facing Formosa. QUALITY SERVICE SAWMCT/ON i
of Red China and Formota'f the United States to make that =."ft'..
frequent
and its air force 2,900 combat The Nationalists stage -
split with France have brought decision aircraft, 2500 of them Jets. guerrilla raids on the $ eawaa P.,. ._. PHONE MU 2-2241 211) S. TENN. AYE t

l the possibility Chiang Kal-shell's Officially Chiang has been Some 750000 Chinese troops China mainland. >>. '........ ".,..< "',...,.,,"' -_........,.., ."' '" .""" .
Nationalists will step up their committed to an invasion of
guerrilla raid against the Chi- Red China since the Communists
nese mainland. swept him off the Chins
The effect also has been to mainland 14 years ago.
revive talk of a small scale Invasion American officials estimatethe
of the mainland-an actIOn Nationalists could drop one IJ
which would put the United regiment of airborne troops Rudolph l.I / Choose your diamond from this
States on the spot about 3000 men-on the China
Experts here say the Nationalists mainland without the knowledgeof Exciting Selection
have the military capabilIty US. officials here Given a '
to attempt an invasion big full scale invasion attempt they I 1 1 I 1
enough to establish a beachheadon could ferry about 25,000 men I I!
the Communist coastline across the strait by sea 1

They doubt the Nationalists Facilities Lacking
could maintain a beachhead
across the Formosa Strait with "But amphibious landings area \
out American support very sophisticated business,' c. :.
a high-ranking American here NO MONEY DOWN
Grim Choice Posed ,
laid "The Nationalists just
Any abortive invasion attempt don't have the facilities to sup \' Convenient Weekly or Monthly Payments
\would confront the United States ply a mainland beachhead, to
with a grim choice-to come to provide air cover and to keep

the rescue of the beleaguered shunting reinforcements and All rings and watches plus tax a. r pI
Nationalist invaders, or tot more supplies."
abandon them The Chinese Nationalists have
That one of the last decl- proportionately more men under
i done Washington wants to arms-600.000-than any other
make. But some Chinese offl country. But Red China has an
dale here express fear that army of 2.6 million.
France may have act off a dip- According to reliable estl ,

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Wnt7otalWee00 249.95 n 1
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(AP-Education offlclals .' is being drawn that never be- 00 00
and Negro civil rights fore existed." Re4 : .
spokesmen differed sharply today The school department count >/

,J over Wednesday boycott ed 20,571 pupils absent from the Series
in which more than 10000 children -city s high Junior high and ele-
stayed away from public mentary schools, out of a total .
school classes enrollment of 92844, includingan
The Rev James P. Breeden,' estimated 14.000 Negroes. ,, + J o u Z hrT

a Negro Episcopal minister I,MO Normal Absence Gi
who was cochairman of the '. \ lac t/ituatalra S '
"stay out for freedom" demonstration -' The department said absenc p80f'
said he viewed it as a es on a normal day total some k'N pO Re110t90
"complete success'" MOO or about 10 per cent hence talWeOO T99.9S
.. ylcah
the boycott could be viewed as
No Seen W igh
Victory responsible for something more CsntTotal 99 _
But School Supt. William H than 10,000 absences Mang, 0 X6129 (Shop and compare! Only at Rudolph's can you buy
Ohrenberger said "I cannot Last June IS, when the civil TOSS DIAMOND PENDANTS these top-quality >Vt carat diamonds at this low, low
view this event as a victory for rlghs forces staged their first MDNef gACK H Carat. price,All In the latest silhouette styles
DAT
to call attention to -- 30 89.00
anyone boycott Reg14Kgoldcross, l/9.50 j,'
Ohrenberger said the boycott charges of de facto segregationIn GUARAIn DIAMOHDf tiy.Reg .
served only to "alienate the colored the schools, an estimated RUD01J'N ,95 79.00 Your cho1ce199Wt' |
and white children In our 3.000 pupils stayed away from NEW I
schools, .Unhappily a color line junior and senior high schools SMS 4RN1 Reg. 299.00
\ 1 Decorated T41flSUlflflE( from jy1
MPA TIIN GENERAL

I Morse Would Split Up MELMAC -Dinnerware 9) ELECTRICVoreco'

A I ,
DuPont Estate's
HoldingsMorse .' The finest 'most tustttous Melmac ?
money ten buy. Safe In acaldlntf: Speedshaver ;,:
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen earlier had criticized water, CoI Io<, will not fado Of' wear -' ,

Wayne Morse D-Ore, a critic of Ball on the Senate floor for using away. ffcfrfc '
Florida East Coast Railway the economic of the du \..- 45Pc.Servicefor8 a Self sharpening rotary -
power + blades, < .
+ 1288 "Flip-top cleaning ; l/1 1 ,
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board chairman Ed Ball has In Pont estate "m an ever more 110 volt* AC-DC. Trav.1 i ';.fj: t/','; <
troduced legislation designed to arbitrary tyrannical and abusive y CarvingKnife case included, ,. "
force the Florida duPont estateto way"

give up either its banking empire The attack by the senator .. 1288
or dispose of its railroad came In connection with the 13- I 1\\; .. GIl2 ti' '
e
and other holdings. month-old strike by nonoperating -
Morse told the Senate Wednesday unions against the FEC. t 1688 knlvei twwtindNo
night that the bill would do i
Morse said the duPont estate A alias /sod proreasksnly, -- -- -
this by ending the estate ex-
controls 31 Florida banks with Money Doers
emptloni from the Bank holding I
assets totaling $700 million He
Company Act.Sample aid this was the largest banking .
chore. of c.ta.wr
group in Florida and shouldbe Your
Copy defined as a banking holding : either of these

Error DamagesTax company GRUEN
.
Firms Controlled
,, ,
Men's Image Morse said the estate also l
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owns controlling stocks in the
WASHINGTON (AP) The FCC. the St. Joe Paper Co, and ADMIRAL
Image of Uncle San* tax other interests 1688
experts as errorless computersin The banking and nonbanking l a Plus toe Clock Radio
dark gray suits has suffereda holdings each consumes "empires Lady dmi watch
sharp and very public setback ." the Oregon senator said w th 17 Jwels l Wake to music. Dependable
Man f ihockproof, clock, Automatic volume 1488
waterproof
The error was simple but as
and control of
both should not be ( '+ control 5 tubesEXPERT .
tlpNDTHESE na. 910
embarrassing as a teacher add- 1688
in the hands of the estate, _' duel
ing two and two and getting Morse said Ball!'s sister, Mrs Serving.Pieces--- k _
five. Jessie Ball duPont. received .' n c RhBhAAfr 9 9 rQRQQR A R Q 2R9
The Internal Revenue Service
more than $8.5 million in annu
has blundered in filling out ties from the holdings last year. Free. ; WATCH WITH THIS COUPON'D
a form which it advises taxpsy Your choice y '
ers to use as a sample AND JEWELRY l
WESTCLOX
Apparently someone copiedthe Sinatra Planning

wrong figure in one of the ,. .,_,
REPAIR Ben Ben
Big or Baby
space where wages are listed, ..I_
1025.putting down SI,373 instead of Movie In TokyoTOKYO / / ALARM CLOCKS )ZZ/

This mistake reduced the refund (AP-Frank SmatriIs C luminoue dial, key E
of the fictional couple In Tokyo to conclude negotiations 'a7 wind black alarms cases,, White a 4 99
Frank and Evelyn Jones from for a movie that he will LIMIT 1 PER CUSTOMER NO
about $IM to $JJ, and pretty direct apd also in which he will SHOP COMPARE oe.r. drarw.a plea 9.98 fat MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS
much put the rest of the sample play the leading role. E109 E. Main St. Open Mon & Fri. Evenings Mil 9I aaa t reg.
return out of kilter. The movie. "None But the No Lower Pricesand Anywhere!
The IRS has printed correc-Brave," Is about American and l
tion sheets to be placed In the Japanese soldiers who confronl I

front of the tax guide, Your each other on a Pacific island _.
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Thursday, Feb. 27, ISM NASA Tells Of Surprising a


[Byproducts Of Research I I

TodayIn :
I WASHINGTON un The National pear potentially useful for'
I Aeronautics and Space lengthy manned space flights :
Administration has outline and animal experiments in,
some surprising byproducts of space, Newell d"I $338
HistoryBy its research programs. The lilt Newell other civilian With
includes: space research may lead to development
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1. A cure for some types of ofcom.lonproof: Trade
Today U Thursday, Feb. 27.I stuttering automobiles
1964. There are 308 day left in 2. A diet that can sustain a and other ground vehicles u.lngImpact..Jlmiter with all these newest r
the year. man for a month on one cubic equipment techniques i
Today'i highlight In history foot of synthetic chemicals mixed I developed for Ranger super deluxe features
On thli date in 1807. Henry with water. It also reduces spacecraft
Wadsworth Longfellow was hemorrhoids, lowers cholesterol Rooftop paints that change
born in Portland Maine. Long levels and makes ulcers In- color with temperatures, to provide
before his death in 1882 his writIngs maximum protection from
were destined to be part active. sunshine in summer and absorption -
of the heritage of every American 3. A "fail-sate" method of of heat In winter.
and food for
school child. producing oxygen Greatly reduced corosion of
... ... ... orbiting space stations or space metals
On this colonies through the electrolytic -longer-lasting heat-resistant
date
: of water into hydrogen 2 DOORS
In 1900 one of the world's de- splitting television sets and household I ,
delve battles was fought It and oxygen. appliances hash. tt
Pardeberg. Africa English Homer E. Newell, associate
forces defeated the Boers and administrator for space science
the result was the Union of and applications discussed these Actor ArrestedFor
South Africa. findings yesterday in testimony h r 931B.
ti I
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In 1922, the women's suffrage before the House committee on FailureTo Iw i !
and astronautics. "
science .
amendment was upheld by the FREEZER
Supreme Court. Newell said the stuttering Pay TaxesLOS
In 1933 the Nazis burned the cure was developed by Dr.
Reichstag. Israel Goldlamond of NASA'sbioscience ANGELES (AP) Actor w
In 1942 the Battle of the Java programs division. Abel Fernandez, 34, was arrest )
Sea came to an end with a victory -He explored voice transmission ed Tuesday on a charge that he
for the Japanese problems Involved in communications failed to pay state income tax: ..
between ground stations on $84,200 earnings in 195962. ( = ;
spacecraft far above the ; DAIRYtBAR1
and a -
Ten years ago Crimea-a I The tax, with penalties
province of the Russian Soviet earth. mounts to 4742. i
Federated Socialist Republics Goldiimond studied the breakdown Fernandez, who appears I In I -1 4i
became part of the UkrainIan of communication and,the "Untouchables" series on
Republic reportedly to III relationship with stuttering television said, "I don't know w w 1
strengthen ties between the Ruisian -that might result from "de- much about bookkeeping" i C4
and Ukrainian peoples.Five layed feedback" between speak- r Ii r
years ago Former Ing and hearing.
Teamsters Union President "He has successfully treated CADILLAC LIMOUSINES '-flSTM4T !
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Dave Beck was sentenced to a six persons with stuttering problems ronJgnfietlng
five-year prison term and fined in the laboratory with" these / Tours i I Ir
$60,000 after his trial on chargesof of these techniques, Newell BOK TOWER
income tax evasion. said I GOLD
CYPRESS GARDENS
One year ago-An American- The synthetic chemically de-
British plan for a aea-bssed fined diet for space night has on 1 t'' !
multilateral NATO force armed been tested for over 150 days '
with Polaris missiles was pre on volunteers at the Vacaville' YELLOW CAB, MU 2.2122 i ( ,, SiCHlLis"foodst tasted 1
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1!. 'haw lid? Annual District Woman's Society


{t Over Women NeedAdvffe
a : eight Meet / Methodist
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j Ji Encouragement Monday, Temple

Dr Vela Cleveland, missionary her missionary assignment to She is known to the women
m By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN slclan evidently does not feel accompanied by Mrs. David India five years of which were of the Lakeland District and
an Inter that there is a glandular deficiency R. Thurman of Miami in the Lakeland public schools Florida Methodist Conference
,
4esting:: !! letter from a reader. or he would have
conference president, will be 1
t "Dear Mrs Lowman: asked her to have a metabo
f "HELPI I have a weight lism test special guests at the annual i

dl |problem and I desperately This Is not an unsympathetic rP meeting of the MethodistWoman's I

need help. I g analysis of this letter. I think Society of Christian
:
;
(have been to'F
that who has
4 every woman a Service of the Lakeland
> District
F
: see my doctor,
lot of weight to lose needs encouragement r
but aU he did This can make Monday at the Method.

'i, was shake his I < the difference. So I am here R lat Temple.Dr. av

'f'; head and hand 'S with some. Here are a coupleof Cleveland and Mrs.
me a 1,000 j quotes from readers who
cal'f'! Thurman will be the principal
,one diet have won the battle.
Since "I lost 25 pounds and have speakers at the meeting which
'. have gained six discovered that I have hip will also feature the election

JIOU.nt'a bones. I had forgotten all and Installation of district officers
m 2 2M about them."
S" a pledge service, presentation
years old.I
Less of of memberships
Everything"It special *
feet, 8 Inches
tall, large- Miss Lowman takes a pound less butter pU pv and a "shower of gifts"

boned and weigh 200 pounds at our house a week and 't for Dr. Cleveland
I know look awful and none I take a size 38 Instead of a The Literature Room will be (
of my clothes fit, but I Just site 42" opened at 1:13: a.m. An Informal Tr\
can't seem to take that needs "I have a red-haired sister "hymn sing" will beginat
ary step to start downward, who is IS years younger thanI tl'th 9:45 a.m. and the meeting \ /)
(
'I have two children, six am. I recently lost my overweight will be called to order at 10
s months and three years old A friend came to the a.m. by Mrs. Stanton Lander, s
N After my first baby I weighed house the other day and asked Alturas, district I president.
{d I' 150 pounds Then I continued what I had done to my pretty Each member Is to bring her
.' to climb when I became preg red hair. Mine is brown 'wn sandwich for lunch and,
nant with my second child Guess how that made me if children are cared for in
4 and now this Can you feel?" the nursery, lunch for them
C please help me get back to Women de lose weight suc 1/
normal? I know it won't be cessfully, thousands of them. Served In India

easy, but I seem to need some This reader has two special Dr. Cleveland received her
extra strength besides my own.I activators. In the first place p srw first appointment to India in ,
have thought about havingmy she realizes that her over April, 1959, when she was assigned
husband help by chartingmy weight is damaging her enJoyment to the Thoburn Cowan
weight but I am ashamedto of life. Second if she Memorial Hospital, Kolar, In N
let him see how much I has the spunk I think she has dia. There Dr. Cleveland does M
she will show that doctor how
full-time anesthesia
weigh.A some pediatrics
Plea For Help wrong he was. He provides a and serves as secretary
"Please help. I am getting challenge! of the Methodist Medical
ashamed of myself that I This is the last time I will
so
LAKELANDER CHEERS TEAM College Night last weekend at Alabama College at Scholarship program in India.
My hardly husband ever go is out in public any more.life offer my Kit Beauty for some ImprovementPlan time. If Montevallo climaxed a three-day fun feet Pictured as they whipped up enthusiasm In the A native of Fort Meade, she

and I know I should get out you would like to have It, send purple camp for a "Purple Victory" over their traditional gold rivals are (standing) Janet received her early education i
and meet people more than 25 cents (plus 15 cents for Carriger of Lakeland, Fla, and kneeling, from left, Kay Shirley of Greenville and Carolyn there. She received bachelorof
I do." postage and handling) with Huie of Birmingham. Janet is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Carriger, 1632 Meadow arts degrees from both As-
+ The doctor's attitude makesme your name and address to brook. Lakeland bury College, Wllmore, Ky., I
feel that he doesn't believe Josephine Lawman in care of and the University of Kentucky
this reader will stick to her The Ledger Lexington.
diet. Her gain of six poundson Tomorrow "Long Handled Taught In LakelandShe
a 1,000 a day calorie intake Brush Will Reach Oily Skin w
The On Back also has a master of e
'I Indicates the same. phy-
;' arts degree from Duke University
,. (941l Durham, N.C., and an
Tomorrow'sShrimp Menu IdeasAlmond M,D. degree from Tulane University

New Orleans. Her
residency training in pediatrics
Cocktail Custard Sauce
1 I I Broiled Sirloin Steak Coffee Tea Milk was done in Charity

Potatoes and Onion Parmesan POTATOES AND ONIONS LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. 27, 1864 11Let's I I going Hospital to,India New,Orleans she had Before a one-

Canned Peas PARMESAN I semester missionary orienta COOL COWL NECKIN

V Sour Dough Bread (8 Servings) tion program at Hartford
Butter or Margarine 6 medium potatoes Go To Meeting This Week Seminary Foundation ARNEL JERSEY
Hearts of Lettuce S medium onions Dr. Cleveland taught public
Roquefort Dressing 1 teaspoon salt school for 15 years prior to YM, Dtfmirtly Yes this 100% Amel Triacetate Jersey

Chocolate Souffle 1-Inch boiling water in pan TODAY COUNTIIY CLUI IITAT.I ASO. Brlnt eortr'd dub. and table oerrS print Is the perfect dress for you. It It stunning; with a notched
2 tablespoons butter or margarine LAKILAND ART GUILD. open pm elATION. at elubhouie, entered, tioif duh eltn at... 101."UOUI_ Brownie TroopersTo framtd neckline, three-quorter ripper front, and abort slaves.
be... uamea and actsOoue wI NATURa THIIITIII,
far vlilton ekHehlnt and The iklrt Is softly gathered
PTA Auction patntlnt croup vita tin modeli ud P,",. ClTia 01"... Tbatr. ColoItlnfieoturo '
/i teaspoon ground black on with From th> Ocean to the Entertain 12.98
palntint Mix Corn*!I
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Men,.., from 1.:3O-I:30 pm, a TI. Appalachian." narrated br pro-
Is Saturday 2 pepper tertoon tUidtoeINIVOLINT. Religious Groups'AieefrngCoencfor .uoe,. w. B. ,......11. vndor the au- Their Fathers Also available in burton front.
tablespoons grated Parmesan I
r AND PROTIOTIVC .pica* of lk JUtlom Auduboa aooittr -
cheese OIlD.1I or ILK IODOI Mtl.nwtlH Other Korells from 11.98 to 22.98
-# Kathleen Junior High School at D p m. ., Hka Lodro, 10* /
Parsley chopped for gar S. MMRftchUMtUIMPIItlAL Fathers of Brownie' Girl
Parent Teacher Associationwill POLl' LO_.' MS, SATURDAYLAKCLAND
nish Paso. i p m. et "tU.h IOU.. Tempi Scouts, Troop 308, of Kathleen
have.. a "Leap Year auction" Pare potatoes and peel lot rtiulM FRIOAV rommunloatlon. TODAY ART SAILS, .primer Elementary School will.b* entertained DRESSES SECOND,FLOOR
Saturday from 1 to S and Junior Iran panau water ool 1
LOYAL ORDI OF MOOtS. S ..... CHRIST LUTHERAN Seoul
Soy
onions Cook in a saucepan .. *. on and .11. al S,:JO a n Oem Wlnl Saturday at a party
.m. at the school gym. at Moos &.041. fcaet Lake FaraorVIWANIS SrViffl male 30 "". a' *
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with salt and 1 Inch boiling !: red Solhaltnar and Tom Wllion. In- and folk dance given for them
will be CLUB. ISIS p... it CHRIST kUTHIRAN tnt n (en
auction
Items for .trlle"'n. Adult palntlnc claH from
water until tender. Drain. Norr.n', C./seta./ tree at 7 30 at Norm Lakeland by their daughters at the

furniture and other U.IUND AnT GU'LO..II .alnt. Blementair School. :1 to S pm. Mix Cornelia Mato.natter ,
aprons Arrange in a serving dish. Dot Ini cove 30 a m.Mr, all at l/odwlrk Airport Lakeland Girl Scout House 201
homemade items. Anyone with butter or magarine. lor Btlhetmer,' palntlni and and Tom descant Wllion'jEff: ; CHRIST SATURDAY LUTMtRAM Walther THIOIOPHICAL tOCIITY. 730pm : Parkvlew Place, at 3 p.m. e-mp
wishing to donate Items far Sprinkle with black pepper bralnnln advanced itudente V a/m Lt.... eoclal at IMCC park at 7 30 ., at S42T Weber st Thou in- Heading the entertainmentand
Mrs. I. W, MIWC&MIRt CLUR, 1 PJH, ai mar attend mount and
sale may contact and Parmesan cheese. Garnish Womu. Club toe UrliUt and canaeLAKILAND FAITH POOL CHRItTIAN: prarer tereatnd llhrarr play committee are Ad-
Knapp, MU &7430, or Mrs. if desired, with chopped COMMANDRV SI, XT.reiular Italian Buelneee I tlI'''rwlonal Full Ooi.oel mMUInc Bulldlni low, PICNIC Clvlo ,noon at Matnolla(urnlihed rlane Summers Margie Raul- -
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and Marilyn Richardson.
Leaders of Troop 308 are l&6J
CARE OF CHILD'S HAIR Bird Shares Mrs Carson Griffin, Mrs. 211 E. Main Lakeland/
A child's hair can be dam Lady ,Family RecipeFor Jennie Jertson and Mrs.
aged by permanenting or too Robert Heunlsch.
tight curling. It Is best to -- -


hair delay til she is the is straight first at least permanent, 14.have If her the un- Rich 'White House Pecan Pietime I

beautician cut and shape it so

it can be worn simply and By CECILY BROWNSTONE favorite dessert: Pecan Here's the list of Ingredientsfor vanilla; with a sturdy hand Fait,.s v j
neatly without the constant Associated Press Food Editor the dessert straight from beater fit Golden
I Pie.And rotary or mixing spoon, Playtex'Girdles and
struggle of nightly settings. Our First Lady has a long- no wonder. The Pecan The White House. We've out beat until thoroughly blended. At alI'
Pie that Lady Bird Johnson lined the method we used in
votes the best Is the recipe of testing the pie. Add eggs and beat gently just r I Long.Leg Panty Girdles

Zephyr Wright whose cooking WHITE HOUSE PECAN PIE until blended Fold In the

LAST 3 DAYS efforts our President's family yt ,cup (1 stick) butter pecans. Pour Into pastry shell.
have enjoyed for the last 20 1 cup sugar Bake In a moderate (371 de
years, and who Is now plying 1 cup dark corn syrup grees) oven on the rack directly
her skill at The White House. Vi teaspoon salt below the center rack
THURSDAY' FRIDAY. SATURDAY; Mrs. Wright, who started on 1J4 teaspoons vanilla until top Is toasted brown and 1V:
her culinary career by study. 3 eggs and filling la set in center
LADIES' FALL & WINTER Ing home economics, has devised 2 cups coarsely chopped when pie is gently shaken -
the most fabulous recipefor pecans about 40 to 50 minutes. Pastry
Pecan Pie. We've compared Fluted unbaked pastry shell edge should be browned and j:
DRESS SHOES It with dozens of other in a inch pie pan or the bottom pastry a pale gold. S7t
rules and hers is the richest. plate If top of pie gets very dark
e RED CROSSe Small portions of this pie are Allow the butter to stand In toward end of baking time,
MADEMOISELLEORIGINAL in order even If you have as a covered medium mixing place a tent of foil over It. f yf l
much energy as our admir bowl at room temperatureuntil Cool on wire rack. If desired, t fr a
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1! LAKELAND LEDGER, Thumb, Feb. 27,1M4 Wife's Complaints Not



Salon Of Alexandre, The Great Grounds For DivorceBy k 1f


RUTH MILLETT Papa may be the soul of diplomacy t

I Newspaper Enterprise Ann. at the office.

I'm sure many of you wives But he reserves the right to
Parisian Hairdresser MadhouseBRIDAL law the news story recently let off steam when he gets

about the midwestern husband home krtd he expects his wife
who Is suing his wife for divorce to Ii y and,
because she complains to him moreover, to soothe his ruffled
By KITTIE CAMPBELLPress about her household problems.It's disposition
Director, New York bad enough to face up to
He's Not Understanding .
Couture Group problems all\ day at the office, At'f
PARIS To go into the he contends, without having to Being a man, he may not be ,
beauty salon of Alexandre (thereat listen to new ones when he gets as understanding when his wife .l
) of Paris Is as different home In the evening. starts In to tell him her troubles
,ty 4 frora going into the Kenneth Why, he asks, can't wives Few wives actually expect a
(America' great) salon In handle dally headaches concernIng man to be.
New York as a hurdy-gurdy Is the children, budgets, shopping But even If he doesn't exert
from a harp. At Kenneth's, etc., without asking him to himself to cheer her up, be
everything is decoraltve and listen to them? ought to be resigned to some
Bound to HappenIt complaining. After all the
decorus with
quiet prevailing
was bound to happen. Women woman who runs a house and
4 + and the comfort of the customer
g A have been told too often that looks after children meets withas
kt keeping everything on they should meet their husbands many frustrations and annoyances i k
ily a posh key. with a beaming smile and stifle as any man.
Alexandra's. it's a mad the urge to unload the day's So while he may not welcomeher f"f
house. Everyone rushes troubles on big broad shoulders. complaints, he certainly
around so fast they practically They should be willing to listen shouldn't regard them as
r1 knock each other down. Every. sympathetically while their husbands -grounds for a divorce. Home is
one crowds around the "Mas tell what went wrong at sometimes a battleground. It
ter," who tells how a set the office. can't always be a haven.

4 should be done, then moves So the men are sure to expect The man who gets a wife who
with the speed of quicksilverto that((kind of treatment Is their never complains and never burdens -
superintend another head. him with her troubles Is
due.But
they'd be wise not to Just plain lucky.
"Sweet and Charming"Alexandre make a divorce Issue out of the But it's Just luck-not his nat-
Is a sweet and unloading of troubles. Because ural due. And let's not start '
P charming man and how he they're too often guilty on that giving divorces on the assumption -
stays that way is a mystery to score themselves. that It is.
e me. All around the salon he

+ } Tt I Ia. has famous hung beauties priceless of paintingsof the centuries News Of f Our YoungestLAKELAND

each featuring head- MRS. CHARLES RALPH HARTLEY
dress of her times. Undoubtedly GENERAL tier, Auburndale, son, Feb. 12.
this is where the inspira- HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bodiford,

P 1 9: tion came for the single curl Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zip- 3818 Ave. R, NW, daughter, Miss Jimmie Nell EnnisIs
} hairdo he showed on models Feb. 13.
Route 5 Feb. 25.
perer, son,
and Mrs. Donald Elln.
Mr.
at Simonetta's as well as the
-J curls clustered to one side a Mr. and Mrs Richard E. Lake Alfred daughter, Feb. 13 Bride Of Mr. Hartley
[ !L7i1 Harris, daughter Feb.
la Southern belle Bartow Mr. and Mrs Gary W. Leis,

He did the Dior collectionand 23. 2525 Lake Hartrldge Drive, AUBURNDALE-Miss Jim- length dress, and carried one
Mr. and Mrs Jack Woody daughter, Feb. 17.
I showed hairdo thatIs
a new of white rose.
Nell Ennls, daughter
mle
'thirties' :316 Petteway, daughter, Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Alexander
more than any- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ennls. 218 Also attending the bride
w thing, but has his own individual 25 2200 Idylewild Way, Florida Ave., became the brideof were Mrs. Townsend, thebridegroom'
NW Feb. 19.!
i ftf Mr. and Mrs. George A. daughter
touch. The back of the Mr. and Mrs. James E. Charles Ralph Hartley, son sister, Mrs. Dar-
Jr. N.
Boyd 1622th Kentucky
hair Is sheared In layers. Set
Janice Hartley of rell Ennls, bride's sister-in-
Luke, Lake Ida, daughter, of Mrs.
f Ave., daughter, Feb. 25.
ting is done In flat curls rather Feb. 19. Waverly, at Lena Vista Baptist law, and Miss Wanna Ennis,
than rollers When combedout bride's sister. They all wore
Mr. and Mrs. Otto M. Palfrey Church.
r. it resembles a doll\ headdress W.NTER HAVEN HOSPITAL red brocade dresses and each
'tb 1504 40th St., NW, son, Vows were exchanged on
trf deep waves comingout Mr. and' Mrs Donald A. Feb. 20. Feb. 14. The Rev. Nevi Townsend carried one white rose.
P on each cheek and a definite Massey, 612 Glad Road Jan Mr. and Mrs Benton V. bridegroom's brotherinlaw Lori Ennis and Tawnl Avery

side part. It's becoming- Phyl Village, daughter, Feb. 6. West, Auburndale, son, Feb. performed the ceremony were flower girls. Rlngbearer
reminds you of the old Cosmopolitan Mr. and Mrs James A. 20 following music by Elaine were Jeff Oliver and Bret

cover girls of your Hittle, Haines City, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Simpson, organist, Mrs. Tom Newell.
ar w paper doll days. While he does Feb. 7. Ross, Lake Alfred, son, Feb. Weeks, pianist, and Mrs Best Man
little teasing of the hair (in Mr. and Mrs Terrell Pen- 21.
Mitchell Capps, soloist. Best man was Gary Bullock.
fact, regards the whole thing da rvis. Lake Alfred, daughter, Given In marriage by her Ushers were Jim Abbott,

HEADDRESS BY ALELNDRE-A long hair switch garlanded with lily of with horror.), he acheives. Feb 9.Mr. father, the bride wore a gownof Romeo Simpson, Darrell Ennis, ,
the valley was created by Alexandre to complement this white cotton matelasse wedding plump, full head-of hair look and Mrs. Jack B. Single- Missionary white Chantilly lace over Randy Simpson and Billy

dress from the spring collection of Yves St. Laurent of Paris (AP Wlrephoto) that is feminine and flatteringto tary Auburndale, son, Feb. 9. taffeta, fashioned with a scalloped Newell of Lake Wales
Services Set
most. It, and the somewhat Mr and Mrs. W. E, Cook, neckline. A tiara of seed Assisting in hospltalites at
similar hairdos at Cardin, Haines City, daughter, Feb. held her the that followed in' ,
and crystals reception
Speaking of Beautyby Rainbow Girls AssemblySets looked charming In small hats, 10. Through SundayWorld veil pearls of illusion the church social hall were
slanted to the side a la Carole Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gay, Gospel Mission services
phllip Mrs. Neil Avery served her Mrs. Leroy Adklson, Mrs.
Lombard. Auburndale, son, Feb. 10.
which opened yesterdayat matron of honor. She Miss Merrltta Wilson
Initiation sister as Simpson
have MeetingLakeland New Hairdo PopularThe Mr and Mrs James L. Ivey,
Philip and his staff Just the Holiness Tabernacle on red brocade street- and Mrs. Lee Tru
Barney
returned from the Jacksonville day after the Dior show- 2221 Ninth St., NW, son, Feb. South Florida Avenue will\ con wore a

Beauty ShowI Assembly No. 26, Tomorrow night at 6 o'clock Ing, the place was a crush 10. tinue today through Sunday. man.Following
a wedding trip to
where they with everyone wanting the new Mr. and Mri. Johnny L. Nix, Missionaries from over the Scott Linder
-l Order of Rainbow for Girls, Mrs. MacMlnn will be hon the east coast, Mr. and Mrs.
Eloise Loop Road, daughter,
Introduced 30's hairdo those
though
were world will\
participate.
will hold a meeting and initiation ored at a banquet at the Crest Feb 10 Hartley will live at 314 Granada -
to the shown on the Dior m.xlels Services will be held at 9
very newest ceremony tonight at 7.30: Restaurant. Mrs Titus and were mostly wigs. Alexandrefeels Mr. and Mrs Johnny C. and 10:30 a.m., and at 2, 7 Receives AnAppointment Road. He is employed by

the cosmopolItan o'clock at the Masonic Tem- Mrs. Johnny lanier, mother you could almost as well Hall Jr., Auburndale, daughter and 7:30: p,m. daily, closing Union Finance Company here
A and Mrs. works for
Austrian advisor of the Rainbow Girls, do without hair as without an Feb. 11. with a 2 p.m service on Sun Hartley
Mr. and Mrs Lewis W. the State Road Department!
look and ple.Girls extra hair piece. He designs day, when a missionary rally
to receive degrees are also will attend the banquet.
Feb.
Meadows Wahncta in Bartow.
son,
wowl, Wait 'til creations for most of the collections. with music, witnessing and P. Scott LInder, presidentof
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Miss Marcia Knowles, Miss After the dinner, there will bea II.
you see it. messages will\ be held.A the LInder Industrial Machinery
# Why attend Nancy Copeland, Miss Nlkkt "big and little sister" slumber Alexandre did the hairdos, Mr. and Mrs Edward L. film Is shown at 7 o'clock Co., and a communi

these shows? Karakitsoo and Miss Patricia party at the home of Miss mostly simple with high chignons Smith Mr., son and, Feb.Mrs.11.Joseph R. nightly followed by music. cant of All Saint's Episcopal r r 6

PHILIP Because Coif Weiss. Miss Lee Thornton, Lee Thornton, 107 Prado and flowers nestling in Burnette, Auburndale, lon Church, was appointed lay d

fures By PhilIp worthy advisor, will preside.The Place. back, or the hair at the nape Feb. 12. @JlIt .oJudLMrs cochairmanof V
225 S. Fla, Intends to
con- worked like a little hook up-
sistently offer more than Just new Initiates will be introduced Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jenkins, the Diocesan ., VeNI
turned beneath a high chou rlt
Auburndale, daughter, Feb 12
to their big sisters. Art S. Witmer is re- Capital
the ordinary in hair fashion Lime Street PTA of curls. The bridal headdresswas Mr. and Mrs. Don Roberts, 1
Mrs. Leta MacMinn her home 817
much more. We that su cuperating at Funds campaign
your salon should be propose comprisedof preme inspector of the Stateof To Serve ChickenLime dress-a sensational back-swept, as was robe the of Auburndale Mr and ,Mrs.daughter Edward, Feb.Tur-12. E. Orange St., after being confined for the I .. I
Florida, will visit the as to the Lakeland General
hair experts with the full Lakelandarea
white matelasse. The creationwas i
knowledge of all the technical sembly. Mrs. Recarda Titus, Street ElementarySchool Hospital for a period of three by
shown on a dark haired after dark on hairdos by
aspects which go toward make grand deputy of District 9 of Parent-Teacher Association weeks. She reportedly is Bishop Hen-
model, with a high swish of Alexandre, who has been so
beautiful the state of Florida, also will will\ chicken "much better" and have
ing a more you. serve a of may ry I. Louitt
lilies the valley entwinedin busy he makes the proverbial
Goodnight, Mrs. Nardi. attend the meeting.Refreshmentl dinner to the public tomorrow her thick, thick braid of one-armed paperhanger look visitors. of the Diocese
P.S. will will be served
-Philip present a Wig from 5 to 7 p.m. In the school black hair to the back of her like a sloth On the afternoon CHECK WARDROBEThis of South
Show tonight at the I Elks after the meeting, to which
Master Masons and membersof cafe tor ium. knees. Other hair pieces were before the St. Laurent show- Is a good time to check Florida. UNDER
Lodge.(40th side curls, or a single curl Ing, he had no sooner gotten over your spring wardrobe. This expansion -
( of series) the Order of Eastern Star Adult tickets will sell for nand ;
_4... nestling on one shoulder The the hairdos ready for one collection Try on all of last year's program for the next
are invited. children's, 75 cents
-- Impression was restraint, not when the St. Laurent clothes, have alterations mad: three years calls for 70.80
prissy wigs were brought In to be if needed, and discard any new missions throughout the a

; I At SImonetta et Fabiani, dressed on wooden "block thing that you know you 32 counties comprising this
fantastic hair diadems appear heads." won't wear diocese. A revolving loan of

YES WE DARE $2 finance through m.llion: these early will\ stages new be raised missions to


The Immediate program I
also Includes $350,000 for care
THEM ALL. \ of the aged in the Bishop

Gray Inn of Davenport, and It's
-,' $350,000 for work with students -
at Florida Atlantic University -
ONLY AT SHOE FAIR THESE FANTASTIC OFFERSWOMEN'S p. Stetson University safeto

and the University of South fall in

TEEN'S Florida.
r'l The long range programover love with
DRESS HEELS the next decade contemplates -
FLATS an additional revolving! Life Stride
loan of $3 million for new
NAME BRANDS congregations; the establish

Array Of L4'ri ment of three Episcopal residential pumpsVe
Many Styles colleges at the above-
Styles G named universities; two guarantee they come ia
and Colors M all these sizes
homes for older
Colors k .nore people
All HeelHeightl ; a new coeducational AAAA frtl
preparatory school; a new MA 614' 11
But Not In m preparatory school for girls; M fill

All Siltl two new camps and confer. a A 5y 5-11.11
But Not In ence centers; a new chapelat C 5-11
Camp Wingmann; a chapelfor o 4V4 10

All Sires 1t'E! -' St. Andrew's PreparatorySchool s.1_ a It JfoCWfi cr._,
; endowment and a a ,....

Men'sUPPERS ; ,.t- chapel School for Berkeley; establishment Preparatory of $10.99

The World Center for Liturgical To $1299
VINYL r i Studies: support of the
SANDAL
: & University of the South at SNYOER'S SHOE STORE
Sewanee, Tennessee: and ultimately
AND $ \ the establishment gg 117

of a new Episcopal liberal REE S. Ktnt cM

BOY + ,. ; arts college in Central or AStt Dewstewn11'e
MUMS 'k I South Florida.



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I LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. 27, IflM II

II :: News About Folk 'Round About PolkWinter Tops AtBridge -



Haven Mrs. E. W. Raney, are enter. elder have adopted a baby girl, vlted to attend the marriageof week visiting friend In St.

taming Mrs. Raney's brother Ruth Ann. They have one other Miss Paula Schaill to James Petersburg.

I WINTER HAVEN Mr. and and sister-in-law, Mr. and child, a IOn, Jeff. Wayne Olive on Saturday, A-2-C, and Mr*. James Emory SPlfnlJ

Mrs Floyd L Brown have Mrs. William C. Haves from Mr and Mrs. Albert Picket March 14, at First Methodist she 1 I. the former Loretta hoJust cs

their hometown of Rockford, of Nicholsvllle. Ky., are Church. Music will begin at 7 Gillian, have returnedto LAKELAND :
visiting them their daughter
,
Ill at their Lake Howard North-South wlnnen of I
visiting Mr and Mr*. W. B. p.m. Miss Schaill the daughter Ft. Worth Air Force Base recent
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Watson, Drive residence. Mr. and Hoover and Mrs. A, D. Major of Mr. and Mr*. William after spending a leave with La k el I and Duplicate
and children of Texarkana, Mrs. Raney are spending Emmett Schaill their parents Mr*. Hazel Emory Bridge Club garnet are: Mn.
Ark. their second winter season Mr and Mr. Wayne Dykes Mr, and Mr. J. E. Putnel( of Davenport and Mr. Theo Wait and Mrs. Elmo In!
vacation in the area. Mr. and family of Merritt Island have announced the engage. and Mr. Lawrence Gillianof Hoffman, first; Mrs. John
Mrs. Warren A. Dixon and Hayes Is the general agentof were recent overnight guest ment of their daughter, Frel- Loughman. Battle and Mri. J. D. Nlcholls,

children, Edith and David Mutual of Omaha in Rock. of the E. Turner Holts. da, to Oren H. Crawford, ion Mr. and Mr. James Colts second; Mrs. Perry Blakemoreand

Brand of Verona, N. J., are ford. Mr. Christine Kubicek of of Mr and Mr. D. D. Craw and son, Scott, have moved K. A. Chamberlain, third;
the houseguests of Mrs. Dlx- Yonkers, N. Y., who I I. winterIng ford of Wauchula. Miss Putnel Into their new home here. Mrs. L. T. Turbe and Mrs.R. A

on's father William L. Brand, Lake Wales In St. Petersburg, Is the I.I a graduate of Fort Meade They have been residing In B. Craney, fourth.
and Mrs Brand. guest this week of her nephew High School 4nd I I. employedby Haines City. East West: Mrs C. W.

Mr. and Mrs. George Davis LAKE WALES Mr. and Paul Nemcek, in Babson the State Road Depart Bride-elect Thompson and O. O. Feaster

have as their house guest Mrs. Mrs. Hubert Summers of Lakewood Park. ment. Mr Crawford was graduated first; Mrs. Doug Hall and Mrs.

Davis sister, Mrs. Emma Colo., and Mrs Adolph from Fort Meade High Miss Jackie Conroy pent Eric Murray, second; Mr*. V.
Jefferson of Rogers, Ark. Mrs. Wassertheurer of Lockport School and I I. employed by the the weekend with her par D. Flasher and Mr. Hall, The brightest

Jefferson expects to visit In N. Y., are visiting Mrs. Howard Fort MeadeFORT State Road Department. Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Con third; Mrs. Bachman and Bill
roy, and was guest of honor Graham, fourth. shoe In
the about weeks. Crawford
area two E. May at her home on wa graduated from
MEADE XI Beta
bridal BARTOWChampionship
at a shower Saturdayat
Miss Julie Sendral has returned South Eighth Street. Fort Meade High School and for
Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Davenport Woman's Club. winners of sight
from Valparaiso, Ind., Mrs. R. D. Chelette Is in Amarillo I I. employed by the State Road
sorority will meet at the homeof Hostesses were Mrs. C. E. the Bartow Duplicate Bridge
where she attended the nation. Department In Hardee County.
Tex., for two weeks visiting Springand
Mrs. Warren H. D'Ales- Williams, Mrs. Grady Rewis, Club have been announced as
al board meeting of the Val Wedding plan will be announced.
her son and daughter sandro at I o'clock tonight. Mr. W. D. Chumney, Mr. follows:
paraiso University Guild. law A. 1. C. and Mrs RodneyD. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watson E. T. Parish, Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stapor,

Visitors Chelette, and getting acquainted are the parent of a son, Browning and Mrs. Jeanle H. first; Doug Hall and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs J. P. Ratliff of with her new grand born Jan. 31 at Bartow Memorial Lake Hamilton Bowen. Theo Waits, second; Mrs. Hall after

Albany, N. Y. are visiting Mr. daughter. While away, her Hospital. Maternal Prof and Mrs Harry F. and John Taylor, third; Otto
and Mrs. D. R. Perry. mother in law, Mrs. Lorena grandparents are Mr. and LAKE HAMILTON Lake Godfrey of DeLand were re Rice and J. 'D. Nicholls,

Mr. and Mrs. E B. Riley are Chelette of Bartow, Is stayIng Mr*. John Waller. Hamilton Community Kinder cent guests of Mr. and Mr. fourth; Mrs. Philip Trohn and
t arriving from Nashville, Tenn., here with her son and his Mr. and Mrs. Dee Gainor garten took a field trip to the Dexter Bates at Bishop Gray Mrs. Lera Ryan, fifth; Robert

to attend the wedding of Miss family.Mr. of Elkin, W. Va., have been Sunbeam Bakery In Lakeland.The Inn. Thornhill and Mrs. Ted Flan-
a Ed. and Mrs. E. A. children were accompanied Igan, sixth.Section .
Penny Coates and Charles Sextonof guests of Mr and Mrs. Vincent -

win Beasley. Salem, Va., are visiting Mr. Shurtleff. by Mrs Ralph Roger finishers were: Mr. e Block Patina
Former residents, Mr. and and Mrs. Medford Peeples. Mrs. I. D. Border has returned Jr. and their teacher, Mr*. DundeeDUNDEE and Mrs. John Griesheimer;

Mrs. Wade S. Smith I and Honorable Mention to her home here after Carlton Blasdell. Mrs H. G. Morris and Ted

daughter, Denise, are visitIng Miss Judy Ann Lodmell, second being a patient at Lakeland The Rev. and Mrs. Grady Mrs. Llnnle' Harland; Mrs. Perry Blake. e e Bone Patina
Mr. Smith's brother and year student at Virginia General Hospital. She was in Burgess of Atlanta were re Woodham has returned to her more and Mrs. Ray Smith. I
cent guests of his sister and home In Dothan, Ala., after RIDGE e White Patina .
family, Mr. and Mrs. James Intermont College, Bristol, Va., an automobile accident in
her son, Mrs. Zema Hunt and visiting with her brother-in- Masterpoint winners of
Lakeland.
C. "Sonny" Smith, and friends has been lamed to the Honorable
former Leon. During their stay, they law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ridge Duplicate Bridge Club
prior to returning to their Mention list for the fall Mrs. Henley Hayes, the High end Medium
also visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Callaway. While in Dun games include;
The semester. This B Miss Margaret Prlne of !
home in Philadelphia. requires a
Fort Meade, is in Walter, Reed Cephus Hunt and family and dee, Mrs. Woodham also visited Norlh-South, Mr. Nicholls Heels
Lauder. with than
visited In Fort not more
dale family with Mr. Smith's sister one average C permitted. Miss LodmellIs Hospital In Washington, D,C., Mr. and Mr. Robert Przybyl- with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph and Dr. Lester LeValley, first; ,
Lewis and family. Mrs Theo Waits and Mrs.
in Winter Ha the daughter of Mr. and for treatment of a throat condition ski.Mrs. J
prior to arriving Samuelson Is
Mary a Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Thompson, second; Mrs. H. G.
on. ven. Mrs Robert O. Lodmell. patient at Polk County Hospital Powell and children have Morris and Mrs. J. G. Wood, Only

Anniversary Party Miss Lynne Proctor, daughter Visitor in Bartow. moved into their new home In third; William Neal and Mr.
Ida of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smithof Feaster, fourth.
Mrs J. Moores Pendleton Mr. and Mr*. Lee Chambllss east Winter Haven.
the and daughter, Miss Jerry Pen.iar Proctor, has been elected of Rawlmgs W.Va., are visit Port Jefferson, L.1. N.Y., Greg Waters, son of Mr. and East-West, Mrs. Elmo Hoff '
dleton, entertained relatives: president of Delta Zeta Sorority ing their son-in-law and daughter have arrived for a five-week Mrs. Emmett Waters, underwent man and Mrs. Lera Ryan, :
'In' Mr. and Mrs. Horace Perkins at the University of South Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. stay in Florida. They are visiting a tonsilectomy at Win first; Mr. Hall and Mrs.

,lIS, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carolina, where she Is a Jun. Crutchfield. with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ter Haven Hospital recently Nicholls, second; Mr. and $995 ,
Ilr for In the School of Business ert Greene. Mrs. Frank Stapor, third; Mr.
Tenn of Lakeland
Bean, all of Nashville, George Brantley and
Mr Mrs. Leonard Guthne
tch and guests, Dr. M. L. Madison Administration. She also is a Luther Reel of Winter Mr. and Mrs Ralph Everlyof of Bartow visited with- and Mrs. Harry Brown, fourth. r .
member of the board of the Detroit are visiting his lather I I (
Haven Bob Sweat of
head of the mathl'maticsry Mulberryand Mr. and Mrs. Bill Denmarkand
I'ry department at Colorado State Joint YMCA and YWCA organization W. J. Durrance of Fort Ray Everly.,, Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wal Sarah Conroy, ) f

University, Fort Collins, Colo., and serves as treas Meade spent the weekend at Wally Eckles, son of Mr. ..
ref and Mr. and Mrs R P. Stoneof urer. She Is a graduate of the Durrance cottage on Lake and Mrs. Wallace Eckles, has lace.E. Mr. SummerlinAre
A. Is convalescing
Rodberg
Lake Wales High School. Buffum. arrived from Shepherds town,
They went to
1. esburg
attend Golden Mr. and Mrs Floyd Clineof Miss Pat Freeman, daughterof W. Va., for a short visit with at home following treatment BetrothedDAVENPORT
Fort Pierce to a at Winter Haven Hos-
'' anniversary celebration Hoytville, Ohio, have returned Mr and Mrs, Lamar Free his family. Famous Name Shoes we are not permittedto
4 Wedding home after spending a Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Rassa- pital. Dundee residents undergoing Mr. and
and man, Is one of IS juniors at
honoring an aunt
liS, 'uncle of Mrs. Bean and Mrs. week here with Mrs. Grace Florida State University who musen of Kalamazoo, Mich., Mrs. Ethel hospital Hudson treatmentare Mary Mrs. Andrew J. Conroy have advertise-all at 35 % to 709o! discounts
have arrived in Lake Hamiltonto announced the
Hammer. approaching
have been tapped for Mortar --
lIy All guests are en Wood Mack Griffey and Jess
Perkins.
Board. Mortar Board members spend the winter.. marriage of their daughter, eatsJq,
route to their respectiveat Recent Guests are elected on the basisof Bryant. Sarah Jacqueline, to Freddie 'sadet9t Open Friday Night Till 9
homes this week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Gil- Albert Denmark and son, Jack Summerlin of Perry, +
and
leadership
scholarship,
in' Mrs. Elsie Moore Is entertaining man of Milwaukee, Wis., were service and overall grade AlfurasALTURA8Mr. Albert Leo, of Homerville Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs D.
re house guests from Wisconsin guest of his mother, Mrs. an Ga., are visiting the former' S. Summerlin of Thomasville,
ro' Mrs. George Wood of Helen S. Gilman, and his sister average of 3.5 Is required. and Mrs. W. father, R. P. Denmark, and pellz
II' Mrs. Florence Mr*. Cody J. Shirley and B. Miller of Arcadia Ga.The
Madison and Miss Ruth Gilman. They were re other relative couple will exchange
Mr. G. Wilson Bowden
u. Watson of Appleton. are on a two-weeks Florida rep- cent visitors at the home of Mr. Alice Alford of Lake marriage vows Sunday at FAMOUS
Mr. and Mrs R. E Granger vacation.. resented Fort Meade Woman'sClub Mr. and Mrs J. P. Bomar.En City Is visiting her brother- Davenport Methodist Churchat BRAND
In Court" in
tot moved to Winter Haven from Mrs Lloyd G. Tinkler, who at the "Day route home, the Millers in-law and sister, Mr. and 4 p,m. The Rev. RupertN.
Tifton, Ga., and are residing is making her home at Penney Bartow held Tuesday. were involved In a minor automobile Mrs Steve Powell. Caviness Jr. will officiate.No r.N.B. 130 S. KENTUCKY AVE P.B.M.

,a. In the northwest section of Forms near ''Jacksonville, returned Officer accident but were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Porterof Invitations have been Other Pails" Stores in Itarwaltr end If. Petersburg
>y town. to Lake Wales for several Newly Installed officers of not Injured. Lakeland visited Mrs. D. sent. All friends and relatives -

re \ Mr. and Mrs. Burl Green are days to transact some chapter 47, Order of the East. Mrs. Ira Dixon of Savannah, E. Ogle. are Invited to attend .

') returning to their home Inn business and to attend the ern Star, were Installed by Ga., is spending a few weeks Friday at 7:30: p,m., at Dundee the wedding and the recep

Chattanooga, Tenn., followinga Capps. Radford wedding on Mrs. J. William Keen at the with her son and daughter Methodist Church, Mr. lion OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ru- Feb 14.Mrs. Masonic Temple. Mrs. Lillian law Mr. and Mrs Marshall and Mrs. Walter Pearson will The bride-elect Is a graduate -

- fus Albert. Mrs. Green is Mr. C. R. Brock, the former Vicers I Is worthy matron; Sam Dixon. She also is visiting show a film of Central Europe of Haines City High IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE
with other friends and relatives School and Is attending Florida
Albert's sister. Miss Pat Keen, and her Dmerstem, worthy patron; taken on their recent Euro- .
in the
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Dob- three-year-old daughter, Valerie Mrs. Frank Weiser, associate area pean tour. A social hour will State University, Tallahassee LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS DIAL MU 6-1191
Mrs. Tom Tramel of Lake .
Ion of Grand Rapids Mich., will leave March 11 for matron; D. C. McLeod, asso- follow. "
In City and Mrs. L. M. Colbertof !
L are spending a few days Hof/Salle, Germany, to joinS. ciate patron; Mrs. Lamar Jacksonville were recent The Rev. Cecil Whitney of I

P'mter Haven visiting old Sgt. Brock who has been Davis, secretary; Mr. Delma overnight of their Sebring spoke at both services I
guests niece
Vitnds and acquaintances. stationed there with the U. S. Hart, treasurer; Mrs. Donald Mrs. Carldon Voigt, and her Sunday at Baptist Temple due
The i ouple is en route home Air Force since November. Langston, conductress; Mrs. family to the absence of the pastor, C
following a stay in Miami on They expect to be there three D. C. McLeod, associate conductress R Jack Thomas TLpIlem letiJ
Dinner Guests
business Mrs. Harold Swart
\ears. Mrs. Brock has been in ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook '
A1assngela Resar has arrived Lake Wales since November (el, chaplain; Mrs. Sam Me- Dr. and Mrs A. J. Personof visit.
and four sons of Tavares
!from New Orleans for Auley, marshal; Mrs. W. P. Chicago, Mrs Agnes Gaedeof
visiting her parents, Mr. and
Cook's
ed with Mrs. parents,
the wedding of Miss Penny Mrs Paul Keen. Campas, organist; Mrs. Bob West Salem, III., Mr, and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones.
) Coates and Charles Edwin Mrs. Ruth Hibbard Is Smith, Adah; Miss Lillian Mr. R. E Stevens and Mr. DISCOUNT STORES
a patient While In Dundee, the Cooks
Beaslev Gainesville MedicalCentl'r Bunker, Ruth; Mrs. Pinson and Mrs. W. N. Gadau were
at also visited Mrs. Alma Gold
Mr andIrs.. Joe K Hays
where she underwentopen Childers, Esther; Mrs Glenn the recent dinner guests of
have as guests their son in- Collins, Martha; Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs D. L. Smith en. |

1 law and daughter, Mr. and heart surgery Thursday. Douglas, Electa; Mrs. Ernest and children, Linda and Le- AuburndaleMrs. 50-LB. BAG ALL PURPOSE 20-GALLON SIZE

Mrs James Milam from YWCA Arant, warden; and J. William land.Mrs. Pearl Clark Is irt Au-
Washington D C. Miss Ethel Olsen, recently Keen, sentinel. Mrs. T. E. Powers of Miami burndale her sister 6.5.5
visiting TRASH
I retired resident director of the assisted Mrs. home
Keen was by I returning after a
Move To Haven Mrs. Nettie Dean I $199
Dayton, Ohio YWCA, Is the Gerald Mabry as installing ''visit to Tarpon Springs and the Here from Brockport, N.Y., I LAWN 87C BARREL

Mr. and Mri R. J. Wehh guest of Miss Adah Nelson. marshal; Mrs W. C. Fort, Installing ;:State Fair In Tampa, stoppedover for a two weeks visit with Mr. FERTILIZER With Lid
and sons are moving to Win MISS Nelson formerly held the chaplain; and Miss 'I for a visit with Mrs. G. and Mrs Walter Pearson are

ter Haven from their former same lob Bertha Judah, organist. 'I G. Davis. They are childhood their son and daughter in-law,
home In Atlanta The' < Mr and Mrs Dwight Bach- Friends and relatives are in- !1 friends and had not been ableto Mrs Elmer Pearson.
Mr. and EVERY DAY DISCOUNT PRICES
Is '
ily residing on 21st Ret together for some time. weekend
Visiting during the
N.W

Major and Mrs. Tai ,. Mr.Springfield and Mrs., III.Hugh, are Parkerof visit. with were Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Cecil Harold Clark Pint Size Holiday Thermos r.,1.13
Bray and .w
family an
Ing .Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
residents:! living on Elm MIW Bushey of Inwood.
N.W The family formcrh French.Illinois Visitor Mrs Daniel Sheehan Is visit- 2-Qt, Aluminum Whistling *7"T
lived In Waco, Tex. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Ing at Cape Kennedy with her TEA KETTLE . . . .
A retired couple, Mr. and s son, Charles C. Stephens, and
Mrs. Floyd Smith, has mo\' Gadau recently were Mr. and family.

,, ed to Winter Haven front Mrs. Marion Robinson of Decatur Visits Uncle Ice-O-Mat Ice Crusher . . $4.97
Pittsburgh. The couple Is and son, Mark, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs Harry Neilson i I
Mrs. Charles Burger, Mr. and
residing, on Lake Mirror Ter.
race. Mr. Smith is a retired Mrs. Cliff Bateman and Mr. and family visited during the 2-Qt. Hand Operated <-r f\f
ti
chief engineer with the Union { and Mrs. Elmer Tieter, all of weekend In St. Petersburgwith ICE CREAM MIXER . . . . .
Railroad. Olney III. the former's uncle and

Mrs. Alice Ward.of Kipton, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Grad- uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neil-

Ohio, who is spending the dy of Lakeland and daughter, son.Mrs. The Famous Beatles Album . 2.92

winter and spring season Janan, were recent visitors at Carlton Barker and
with her son-in-law and her parents' home, Mr and sons, Emory and Earnie, have

daughter, Mr. and Mrs D. p. Mrs. Henry Young. returned from a two weeks Cane Fishing Poles . . 574Wilson
Ellsworth, celebrated her d ; stay in Moultrie, Ga.

90th birthday Sunday Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barker of
L
Ward has spent eight months s4 arb DavenportDAVENPORTMrs. Lakeland visited with the for. Golf Balls . . . 49*
of the vear in Florida for the mer's mother, Mrs. Lillie

last '0'ea r.. The active Irene Barker.
#47 10-Seeond
great-grandmother has had a Ie4 Iy Mogford Gray Inn's newest Mrs. Sally Cromwell of Win. Hi-Speed em

teaching ,areer of 42 years I\ arrival, had a visit from Mrs. ter Haven and son, Paul, who POLAROID FILM . . . . /
and taught Bible lessons until William Halliday Mrs Jesse is down from New Jersey,
this at Beymer Me- E. Lewis, Mrs. Bess DeWolf, visited recently with the for. $
year bristan
For Colds
morial Methodist Church She and Mrs. Louise B. MtCon- mer's brother and enter-in- & Hay Fever e ] .29

received over 100 birthday nell, all of Winter Park, law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lowrey .

greetings from friends and before where joining Mrs. Mogford the Inn family.lived Excedrin Pain Reliever 54 *
former students.Visitors . . .
Deaconess Harriet Bedell
From Argentina had an unexpected visit from

J Mr. and Mrs C.I\ hard } Q- Mrs.Mrs. Sarah Carolyn W. Kirk Osburn, both and of / I, Pcpto Bismol For Upset Stomach 45 *

Varty are entertaining near Los Angeles and Mrs. EdnaA. I

daughter-in-law son Mrs. Robert and J. Varty gt "d-* Unknown. Weber of to Pompano Deaconess Beach.Be- Johnson's Glade Mist Air Freshner 59

their home on Lake Winter raj l dell, they had been in the STVUNa SALON
visitors are from
The
set
Everglades. While t there
Buenos Aires, Argentina, and they visited the "Hermit of I Mara (just returned from asgtlne
will remain in Winter Haven the Everglades." The Deaconess I
thaw in Jocktonvillo ;
two weeks. who had a mission In TLrPm'liII Cmlmm
Mrs. David R. Ellis has as Everglades City for year with the latest In itylo, colI|I/i

her guest her sister-in-law, was instrumental in the bap- .r pcrmonenrt.Come .

Mrs. Frank L. Young from ism of "The Hermit," and I'

Due Mr.West and S.Mrs.C.: Walter D. is his godfather When he to* .* for the latest i' "Qllali,, Mirchanditt it Discount Prices"
heard the women were driving -
Howard hale as houseguestsMr. WALK IN ST\ LE- ,-, of uly. decep\ this way he asked themto LAKELAND WINTER HAVEN
Burdett Hurdof 'ely demure walk
and Mrs N. Y The visit Ing suit boasts a' hat v*. the look of a ,"oolglrl'l, smock call on the Deaconess at MU 6.5993 i 11021, Momonol, IM Phono MU 6.5115 6th fr ..... K, N.W. Phone CY 1-4129
,
Lowville <"> Inn ii Thr Mail) i
ors are wintering in Braden- with casual cape' dolman sle v.. r" shirt, cuffs Iray 'I I MON. THURS. FRI. 9 to 9 MON. THURS. FRI.. 9 to 9
It is worn over a '' strips overblous and St. PetersburgMr I ..uth.... eaeeen5 PI... TUES. WED SAT,, 9 to 6 TUES. WIO. SAT 't. 6
ton. skirt. raKht and and Mrs Clarence C 1 !

Winter residents, Mr. and narrow Meyer spent a few days last 1 __.,...,.....104'........ ..,.. '.._ .



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It LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday. ,_Feb. 21, IE01Measurements 1


I Of Strontium 90 Show Rise'



WASHINGTON lit Th petted to approach the record 32 able health risk The figures for stations, there was a drop from For the 12 months ended Nov. F e ,
mount of radioactlv. Strontium I plcocurles registered last June. strontium 90 which are considered 54 to 50 picocurles for Minot, 30, Little Rock's total was 15-
BO in milk rose slightly In November Stored Feed Blamed to be an acceptable health N.D.. which has had the highest 302 and that for New Orleans
after having steadildecreased spokesman said health risk for the general population level in the nation since last 14,917. The figures for the 12-
sine June. The public yservice and dairy Industry experts -over a lifetime are 200 plco- fall. Mlnofs total for the 12 months ended Oct. 31 had been
Health Service reported to theorize the November increase curies per day or I 12-month months ended Nov. 30 rose to 14,651 and 13,867, respectively.
day.The resulted from a general total of 73,000 plcocurles. 16.429 plcocurles from 15,351 for
service pegged the average shifting of dairy herds from pastures .: A picocurie: la one millionth of the 12 months ended Oct. 31 Mrs.
daily level for the nation In to stored feed supplies that a curie A curie Is the equivalent On the other aide of the picture Scott Kelly ;
November at 25 picocurlei per contained higher amount of of the radio activity pro- the daily levels at Little .
liter In October the average strontium 90 accumulated dur--duced by one gram of radium. Rock, Ark., and New Orleans Donates $2,500For l''
waa 23 picocurie. the 36
ing summer rose during November-from I
But barring further nuclear But all figures reported con- Minot Drops to 41 and from 39 to 46 These a} w ,
weapons tests In the atmosphere tinued to be far below what are Though the daily average levels -two cities had the highest dally TV Debates
e health service spokesman said considered by the Federal Radiation Increased during Novemberfor levels regularly before Minot
the strontium level was not ex Council to be an accept. 37 of the 63 milk sampling moved ahead. TALLAHASSEE (AP) A fl.
nanclal drive, aimed at raising r
money for a televised debate by
Florida gubernatorial hopefuls,
has been started by the wife of
one of the candidates '
Mr*. Scott Kelly of Lakelandsent l; r.
I check for $2,500 to State! f
Democratic Chairman Warren
Goodrich late Tuesday. Mrs
Kelly, wife of Sen. Scott Kelly, TROPHIES FOR THI WINNER Holding the tr.pMi for the Mil UkilciiJ Ml"A,rlf .
said she hoped the Democratic 3 .d 4, eve Tent Holllck, Mr che,......* *n4 Mae.. Mcllvtim. publicity director.' Lakeland girls! v
I party night sponsor the appear lnttr.it U tntarinf stay btoin entry Monk' ot Hi. junior Chamber .f C.mm.rc. .Hlra, 414,
ances. E. M.ln $t. For M.rmorloii, nil MU 6-4117. (Ud9.r. photo kf Hur hli ,o,,). +
She said if the other Jive Dem- -

iA'LUESNationally ocratic$2,500 each candidates, $15,000 contributed would be EXPORTS JUMP Tax Cut Will WorkIf '
AP Canadian
raised to pay for joint debates! OTTAWA ( ) .
In every major Florida population -'exports to Cuba totaled $16
.
center as well as a televised:432672 last year, a jump of .

I meeting- of the- hopefuls---- nearly $5.5 million over 1962.I Greed Doesn'tLead I I.I IP



VICTOR To Inflation !


FAMOUS Quality! By JAMES MARLOW "This," he said, "Is a bold apo'' P
alu0l 2'' CALCULATOR Associated Press News Analyst': proach to the problem of the J

C7 WASHINGTON (AP) The, American economy P
$11S-billion Income tax cut Federal Spending Reduced fF
HOOVER lets youxmultiply largest in history-has now become "We could have chosen to 11
law with the
blessing of stimulate the economy through
x two presidents and both housesof ''a higher level of government
Congress It ls based on hope
spending Instead we chose tax
; .
rf.: ; and faith. d
reduction and at the same

NOW! at TYREE'S +( add T'.+ ,.,'. '"I an4 The corporations hope Is that, with individuals more time spending we reduced government :'

money to spend because of the 5
-subtract : tax reduction, will now spend it "By taking this course we.
BELOW what most and in this way boost the econ- have made this bill an exprei 1
..." omy and cut down unemploy sion of faith in our system of :2
divide '
free enterprise"But
T ment.
others are at listed ,. For a while, at least, this the tax bill Johnson r
e4&&e economic blood.transfusion will signed was far different from r.
work. the one President Kennedy proposed I
WHOLESALE Prices! Expansion Foreseen to Congress on Jan, 24, I
1963. In addition to tax cuts, he q
People will be able to spend proposed a number of tax reforms -
more to buy what they want .
.r and need And business, with The government is losing a lot .
f Modal N. more money to Invest to supplythe of money now-although legally

You must see It to believe It! .'h'e 73.15.54 and demand production.will expand plants -ment through and special preferential privileges treat.given

But the patient may begin to particular types of transao* stions
., # $495 develop anemia-thus defeatingthe enterprises and taxpayers o,
t very purpose of the tax cut .
i L. ..Mi -if, through hunger for a buck. Kennedy figured the reforms

? ( >, alt _:'..L The only company Inflation. raises the cost of everything he suggested, by stopping up i r
(
loopholes and eliminating special
that gives t 1 ( t
yea For example: privileges, would catch t
MODEL wide chetce.1 a Implo-evwy.no or ep vets" I If business, seeing customerswith back for the government about tl
This lightweight 2000 machine Five a ilngl. ..'....r41 tingle controlAutomatic more money to spend $3,5 billion in taxes it isn't getting
raises prices and labor, either
a
Constant MultiplicationAutomatic now
medsli te choose anxious for some of the loot or f
CLEANING GIANT from C. Conit.nt DivlilonSolocfOMotlt because It feels workers need Millionaires Tax FreeSen. fr

Total Transfer Tolling end \ even more money to keep up Paul Douglas Illinois 1
I Save 25.45 I with prices, begin a broad demand Democrat who fought endlessly 1
with all attachments I for higher wages last year but mostly unsuccessfully
$3450 See It demonstrated I Try III! So, In addition to the hope the to get Congress to reformthe
FIRST plan will work, this tax reduction tax structure, gave some ex-
TIME EVER at this AMAZING LOW PRICE LAKELAND TYPEWRITER Is based on faith in the ampler of millionaires who paidno
e e
good sense of the country: That taxes at all.
& SUPPLY Americans won't get greedy. had /
CO., INC. Nobody has said it plainer furnished The Treasury him with Department Information I I

122 S, Tennessee Avt. Phone 686-3167 than President Johnson Wednesday on a number of oil operator,
.IT in his talk to the nation
BEATS night
Here's Home Floor Lakeland, Florida law.: after signing the bill into year their 1960 incomes, what, and they, didn't using pay the

or have to pay in taxes.
as it j Douglas wasn't suggestingany 1.
Beauty in Half-The-Time! :
Illegality. But the examples

SWEEPSCLEAN rcJ! RD 01t lawyers the he gave and operators implicitly accountants had Indicated smart!who

; were able to take advantage,

[GUARANTEED by}HOOVER! ] I privileges.legally Here, are of all three the loopholes of the examples and f ,

DKLJ!! Douglas cited:
8.FlLEIFRIDAY lOne operator with Income of

HOOVER It SCRUBS! It WAXES! It POLISHES! $28 in federal.7 million tax"didn'tel..: pay a did dime an-

,4 million Income2nd :
World Famous --
i Come Visit Us neX did another with
QUALITYI! Powerful Motor *Lightweight Construction FEB. 28 $1.5,million income.
In Our BIG NEW
while It made
LOW PRICE Easy-to.handle *Attachments Included y andSATURDAY I I some But agrees/ In the tax struc-

Include all Convenient Location ,ture "fjlwd, J; at any wholesale
L T'And was soItliSs
Kennedy
attachmentsNationally TERRIFIC UNHEARD OF FEB. 29 I
the taxnut
at 617 S. Florida Avenue to get at least
I W thought to be so recesry -
sas.:..-. that he dropped the genes

Advertised at $104.50 LOWPRICE! I 0 VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES Tol:"$35; 00 4 s' reform fight.Pastor I


....u. Leaving
Drawing Saturday Afternoon 5:00

YOU 530 50 FREE! t tptaalls I e Refreshments a Favors for All// ;Church To Go

SAVE Tee N" .f .:...... ; I In
m.,54eed ,"'wlw, AMONG THE SALE ITEMS Back Navy
This NEW HOOVER C jN. hit .HI... TRAY SETSSf DEXALL I
ROLLER AND UKHH. Calif. (AP) The
[
SELF-POLISHING Rev Eldon Lewis left his
"Upright Contertible"Fantastic 56. o"TM" church Wednesday to rejoin the
COMPARE at $39.95 SAVE WItlIAM1TRAYoedINATION FLOOR FINISH Navy for more money and

NEW LOW 57450 $loUtl NtaWIN( \ : R.,. 89e greater The Church security of Christ pastor,

You Save S15. 5 ..'II 34, had served in the Navy 11.
PRICE! T......rMnM'w. 39 years before turning to the ministry
Now. \.\\ How Pint three years ago. He will
Include Attachment! I 1,75 u"olue return In his old rating, radioman -

BIG HOOVER SAVINGS EN $1 00 I His, first wife,class Evelyn, said that
SPRAY SAVE Off when her husband is able to retire -
oN1ao.uN Gal. from the Navy on pensionin
rE 60 E1. nine yeah they hope to *

$3o IN ALL 9 TYREE'S STORESTAMPA wtlu M1SPQA'.a1 PORCH And I into The evangelistic Lewises hate church four work.children ;
.e
s"Mwa: aad FLOOR ages 5 to 13.
To
TAMPA TAMPA ,.t ,r L ENAMEL
5:30 u19 rlN6t25 Russians PlanSuperhighway

Data M.brv C...., Norrk. B_ C..torIl7t I.* of N....... et :lilt rata 6RU SH
1211 S. Del. M.kry N. .... Av*. ItOI I. H'*,. A.... HiGHAUA i
a
PH. 253-3465 PH. 935-2181 PH. 237-3989 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. MOSCOW (AP) Soviet anhorlties -
The announced Wednesday
LAKELAND SARASOTA CLEARWATER ST. PETE PINELLAS ORLANDO CTNER night plans for a 1,250(-mile superhighway -
PARK 617 South Florida Avenue EARTH from Moscow to
nelyabinsk.: heart of the Urals
Horn. A pl. Co. Ai.r Plan 1404 I. Clo.ol.*4 Control fin.JJJO .+k Pin. Wottora Way Caste Phone MU 6-4IJf! >, 11 'ndustnal area.
221 *. ".rlll. 1102 .S. Toml.ml Tr. CMfr.1 Am. 76.o'4t k Sr. North 2122 W. Coloold Dr. The government news agency
rasa said the road will bypass
PH. 682.0161( PH. 955-7121 PH. 446-1024 PH. 862.6573 PH. 544-8894 PH. GA 3-7696 Ample OffSireParking b cities and bridge intersecting
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Thursday, Feb. 27,11MIS
ale t Magnetic Former Mayors Schedule


Device UsedIn Dinner Tomorrow NightFormer


SearchNEW '
mayors of the City Lakeland tie clasps to all

ORLEANS U. CAP)-. of Lakeland will hold a dinner of the former mayors. Pins
A Navy plan carrying magnetic meeting tomorrow night at the will be presented at a later date.;:
airborne detection gear goes Lakeland Yacht Cub. Musso said that he expected
up today to March Lake Pont- The dinner will be at 7 o'clock, 20 of the 22 former mayors of the
1"I ,# chartraln for the main wreck. and It will be preceded by asocial municipality to attend the dinner '

age of a jet airliner lost In the hour One former mayor Is III, nnd
big lake. E. E. Kelley Jr. the mayorof a second Is making his home in
Lakeland In Is the .
1942. general North Carolina.
Two dayi of searching turned
chairman for the first dm.
1- up only bits .of bodies and
small, floating pieces of the Council net meeting: of the Mayors Wales School G
Eastern Air Lines four-engine
James J. Musso, now a resident Teaches Adults
Jet which crashed Tuesday
of Winter Haven, mayor in
after takeoff from New
Orleans shortly International Airport 19S2 and In 1958, U chairman of Modern MathLAKE
the committee handling details
All 58 aboard perished.
of the dinner session. .
A Civil Aeronautics Board WALES A class In
Mayor Harold Grltzard Is
spokesman said the Navy plane scheduled to be present at the:Modern Math,designed especial
would concentrate Its search Initial meeting of the Mayors ly for adults, Is being taught In

r along an area S to 12 miles out Council. He will present City of Spook Hill School cafetorlum

PANCAKE IREAK'ASTS FOR PANCAKE PLANNERS M.", ..." .f ..,. L........ Klw.nl from the New Orleans lakefront -' each Thursday night from 7.30: 17-JEWEL ELGIN... FOR QUALITY AND VALUE
Cfy" dig !"!. stocks .! ,."..... .t krtokf.it this Thesearch'centered earier until 9:30 o'clock.Principal .
!
.. .
the club ,,,,,01.1 P.xctl Ftitiv.l. Th. m.raing .t which they ( rl.nnln Ur about 20 miles north of the Italian Woman Bill Cooper of Spook a. Petite 17-wet]! 'lady'a Elgin.I holes
.
ftirlv.l, your
.f thu .
'
club's "e br .Horn t* mil funds '.r Hill School Is Instructor All adults smart styling., Your choice of white t
IH ch.ra.lle ,...* ., will/ le New Orleans shore. I .
"' h.ld Udwlck tone .
Airport on Munch 21, (L.thote) lip P.rki! ). I or gold case.b.
welcome
are to
from
come as
bthe DCS was on a flight
Mexico City to New York via I Has QuadrupletsTURIN often as they can. The course Man's Elgin Is shock and waterer $199 iJIllt.nt.
ISN'T IT AMAZING! .* Features precision 17.I.wel .
; Candidates Pipkin Seeks New Orleans and Atlanta will continue throughout the movement... stainless steel back.
MEMPHIS Tenn. w--\ newS Italy (AP-The wife present semester .__ .....net rrnfel..* ta...
comer to Memphis was asked S NATIONS WARNED of a southern Italian laborer
RushingTo CommissionNomination by a cashier the other day CARACAS Venezuela (AP- who moved to this busy north \OVR TICKET TO 'ZALE" AMItICA'S 1.ARGtlT.JEWeLEItS:
where she cams from. Italian find work
President Romulo Betancourt city to gave IMPORTED
FOODS
QualifyTALLAHASSEE "From' Scotland," she said, hat warned Britain France and birth to quadruplets Wednesday. I
the pipes skirling In her voice. Spain they must stop trading Doctors said Ross Ferrara de JJtcltryMVI Jatasl i 122 L Mot St Ukslond' Ph. tSS-3504

"Well, honey," said the cashier with Cuba If they want to continue .: Francesco, 26, and the four babies
(AP) With Francis L Pipkin, general I kindly, "you sure speak Eng' doing business with oil. -three boys and a girl parr Morms am
less than four days left to qualify contractor of Medulla, IIS" _
announced lish well for a foreigner"I rich Venezuela. were in good condition.
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_
for the May primaries .
can.dldates today that he will be s I i: -- ---- ----- -- -- -- --- ------------- -- -
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were rushing to complete candidate for the board of county .
t. the requirements for state, commissioners In the Demo
district and county offices. cratlc primary election in May..1

Among the latest to qualify He will seek the District One YEAII
Wednesday was H. B. (Bob) post presently held by Floyd B
Foster, 58-year-old Fort Myers Woods, also of Medulla. Woods
Beach farmer and constructionfirm has already announced that he:
head, who became the third will be a candidate for reelection
Republican candidate for governor : u

In his announcement. Pipkin I it A'
Folks, llolley Joined said:

He joined Ken Folks of Orlando "I stand for good government,
i and Rep. Charles Holley of

,, Pmellas County In their bid for 1 I/
the GOP nomination In the May NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH TRADE
i and 26 primaries.
The winner will oppose the
Democratic nominee in the Nov. aFRANCIS

) general election.

Dante Also Fascell qualifying, D.Fla was, seeking Rep. I II II I --M Features New -Undertow Agitator

re-election to the Fourth District. II II I c. r,
Fsscell was the seventh among
Florida's 12 representatives to I Which operates 6 to 10 times faster than

qualify for re-election. A I

r j I blade agitators and washes cleaner!

Dunson Will o I


Seek New \I- -'t1 GuARANtEE


Board TermWINTER V f .. ONLY 2F UI-


"
HAVEN L. W '
Dunson, District 3 Polk County .
Commissioner, announced today .1 :

a that he will seek re-election to ",
that post L. PIPKIN "' ."

"I have had the privilege of and getting o dollar's value' for .as.z 88 -
serving as county commissionerfrom every dollar spent I believe In t
District 3 since Januaryof .
honest and fair treatment for < w
1961 taa 178 \
Dunson said. "When
,
the people of Polk Coun '
allot
1 ran for this position In 1960 I
I promised that I would not use ty. I .
Native Of Polk ::: l"

The year-old businessmanIs ,> WIT
a native of Polk County. He

was born and raised on a farm, f < ,.
and after graduation from high '
school I. attended business col- "<'1' : YEAR GUARANTEE LOOK AT THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES

ege. ; Philfo warrant to original U.S. 'pur-
He has been In the construe- .,. ehawr for :2 year after purrhaM free e Big 12 lb capacity, cleans
tlon field for 40 years, and presently I exchange or at Philoo'i: option repair 7 sheets in load
is associated with Imco (excluding transportation, aervir. andS same
JUST $AYJfcHOQsrYour
\ -e Construction Inc. Mulberry I labor' rhargn and finishes) of my part 6 4 automatic: cycles
3 ay Road. defective in material or workmanship

During World War II, Pipkin and returned thnmRh: Philco'a dealt i / Color coded single knob control;
distributor
organuatirm
worked as a certified welder In
a shipyard, and he served with 1 I easy to: set for any fabric

t out pay as a property guardianfor
3-way Agi-Spin Rinse agitates it
the U. S. Coast Guard. : as

Pipkin is a past president of rinses soil away; keeps wash clean
the Medulla Civitan Club, the
I Polk County Conservation and I Automatic water saver

Recreation Assoclation.the Polk
.
County Sportsman's Club and I C 1 I 1 I I I/
the Dale Carnegie Alumni Asso
ciation. i a_ : i

Helped With Map _ _ _
_
L. W DlASON He worked with the Polk w sn
County; Advertising Committeein
this office for m> benefit! that I would minister of the first fishing guide map WASHER
the affairs of this county honestly for local and visiting anglers. i I
intelligently and tlflclent.Jy. The District One candidate Is
a member of the l.oyal Order:, 88
"With the cooperation of my of Moose. He is married., i,,d *8 Ib eap cit1E.tra.actinnalitalDr '
fellow commissioners, this has the[ father of two children. "His -
\ been accomplished" home is off Fitzgerald Road. I InnUnt.rrlMMMfety $12888 T
Dunson a year-old eltn.srower Pipkin said that this was Ms wnngr LL_ .1(1'( I I II I Ill
White porcelain tub Automatic J>.'lu.. Dairy Bar Frlep.er atonx 92
., I
has been resident f first election to
a c. attempt at' pub .
Hofrofiting; Storage Dnor Ih* of frosts foodsCOMBINATION
Polk County since 1912 He 1 1a 15 lie office, and that he believed
member of the Masonic Order, that his wide experience in the
Shrine, Elks Lodge, chamber of t! instruction and contracting OFFER

commerce, director of the Flor:',lelds would prove valuable to 10. Overall
ida Citrus Exposition Touch I:''if citizens of the county in the Philco Wringer Washer
down Club Moose Lodge Lions i ipcration of the Polk govern- Dlag. Screen s
Club. He |Is a member of he l men General Electric Steam Iron '

First Baptist Church Of Winter .
Haven.He Twin Tub Set on Stand

served ** a member Lakeland I I
0' Boy Board
the Winter Haven city Adjustable Ironing I
Commis-,
lion mayor from from 1955 1956 until 1961 and:'Hurt As Car Pad and Cover Set tfr Easy-to-carry $18 888
until 1961, and
was the winner Of weighs less than 25 Ibs. W/T
the .
Government Award city'Good in I Strikes I $ 95 ft Out-front sound and controls
BicycleA ALL FOR ONLY hin.t flnlnhcd to match walnut
1957. 1 39 I Contemporary c
He U married and ft Philco Cool Chassis for longer furmtur Big 23.inch Vivid icluro
Patent
the fatherof .
13. 'id Lakeland TV life overall silos meaaurement GnlChassis
two children. year boy I hraf:TV h.at and lengthen TV lit*.
was alights Inlured when he
was knocked from his bicycleby
Police SeekingTwo a car on lakeland Hills
Boulevard at Druid Drive yesterday

Prisoners afternoonSgt. I SPECIAL
H. W, Foster aid Charles
Robert Westbrook m of Mr. MAGIC TOUCH
Who Fled TruckLakeland and Mrs John V"Wook of
j IOt7 N Vermont AVI offered ALUMINUM
body bruises and cut n the
police today were accloS.nt. He was trea.>d st ICE TRAY
searching for two prisoners who Lakeland General Hosplta and
escaped from the back of a released i

work truck at Pine Street and t The a<*nent happened, fw-I
North Florida Avenue Tuesday. ter saId"n the esibrook
They were Identified as Jack youth was '* his > dollar MILES 88
mg bicycsouth where buys more
Godbolt of 306 W. Pear St. and t on the' Vwlevard and your I
Paul McCauley, 11454! E. MyrtleSt. looked back to gar someone he i
Both prisoners were serv- failed speeDWAy
knew. He to we the car .
LIMIT TWO
ing time for pilfering cars at: driven by Linda Brown \ I1I
ward
-
Lakeland General Hospital re of 2513 awndale ROM how- 202 N. MASS. AVE. MU 6-4153

cently. ever, and made ,< left tun, into NO
Police said the two boltedfrom I the front right fender 01 hero \\--r LAKELAND DOWN PAYMENT
the truck, were able t I car I WITH TRADE
change clothes and make good No charges were filed Tow l .
their escape. ter said.


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ILAKELAND LEDGER Thursday, Feb V, INI
(Optometrist Says Many


.Neglect Vision Too Long .


There are "50 million vision first week of March as "Save
e A Your Vision Week."
delinquent on our streets Dr .
9p
> E a Russell H. Cole Jr., of the Lake The Better Visipn Institute estimates
million people today
51
r
laid
Region Optometric Society have deficient, but correctable,
announced the an
he
today it
vision. Joint studies by the
nual observance of "Save Your
Assocla.
Vision Week" March 1.7 here American Optometric
lion and the American Assocla
These are Individuals who neglect lion of Motor Vehicle Administrators
their vision out of Ignorance
show 35 per cent of drivers
procrastination or fear he have below average vision
said, "but generally' it .U because -
"The Irony of It ls that we
many people do not thinkof
In excellent condi.
keep our cars
caring for their eye until
lion but tend to neglect our vi-
and by
10m'I occurs
symptom
Announcing don Dr. Cole noted and urged
is
thin time the vision problem
Lakeland families to practice
often in an advanced stage"Dr
1 The First preventive vision care "for your
,
Cole Lakeland optometrist "
eatery
noted that because vision own
usually changes without warningor
pain and a !person can become
jpnoGREssti accustomed to Inadequate Pearson RegimeHas
vision individuals who have vision
know problems it. frequently do not Close Call

Conservation Needed OTTAWA (AP)-In the closest
EDITION "Consequently," he added, shave since it came to pow
"an intensive Informational and er 10 months ago, Prime MinIster
educational program Is being Lester B. Pearson's minority .
TAXES OVER THE CONGRESSIONAL HURDLE-A fraup .f ....t_ ,...i with eep, .( th. conducted nationally the first Liberal government sure
To Be Published By The tn cut bill otter IN ?....,. by 74 ra 1 I' $... vote, M4mf rt>. .....".. to the WhiM House week in March to make people vived a Conservative motion of
for Pratldtnt Johnton'l lifii.tura. In the .....,, from lift. era I So... R.utll L..., &-L.., H...., more vision conscious. no confidence by eight votes
I LAKELAND{ LEDGER Byrd D.V.., G..,.. SmatKtrt, D-FU., .n< Frank C.rlion, R-K.o. AF WlrapUra) "Vision must be conserved If,last night.
we are to meet the demands The motion by Conservative
modern civilization makes on opposition leader John Diefen-
Saturday, March 28th OFFER YOUR SERVICESRegularly our eyes every day." baker attacked the sales (lax imposed
A congressional bill, signed in last year's budget on
IT'S TIME WE TOLD In The Busihess Directory In The LEDGER Classified Columns. recently by President Lyndon B. construction materials and pro
... Dial MU 6.1151 Johnson,officially designates the duction machinery.
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eady To Use Guard '64 CHEVROLET-The great highway performer



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Racial Disorder
1 : a< y I ._ ;; G... ; : r <> J:;
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PRINCESS ANNE. M tlonal Guard, If necessary, Into ; -, : .
ov. J. Mlllard Tawet was Princess Anne, scene of racial S' O.O'ta a.__. "."""1R_ ,
pared today to tend the Na- demonstrations In which 27 Negro # ;I" -M".j. ",
students were arrested and ; ;

:rostproofan 59 received medical treatment. '_'' p 0 .', . ,_ "p .
Police dogs and fire hoses ...
-
were used aa, more than 100
Seeks State Police some wearing helmets .
and carrying night sticks
House Seat clashed Wednesday with 250 to
300 students from MarylandState
r College.
V v IFROSTPROOF David B.

v Jai l nbottom, today, Frostproof nnounced hit aty Tawes Guard in Annapolis Used Before, lent In Feels like somebody put a
didacy for Polk County's the National Guard last summer runway
troup 3 teat in the Florida during demonstrations at Cambridge -
House of Representatives. about 45 miles northwest
s, "My reasons for becoming a of Princess Anne.
F. [ Candidate can best be summed Atty. Gen. Thomas B. Finan where the road should be! qtr
s up In the statement from the said that although Guard units A 4
augural address of the late had been alerted It was hoped
the 130 State Police could con
tain the situation. v
Princess Anne has about 1,350
people. About one of three to a
Negro.
Maryland State College on the
outskirts of Princess Anne has } l J
527 day students, of whom 13
are white.
Among the first arrested was 1 I
S John Wilson 20, president of the ; j -- -
'r
r r uSSK Student Appeal For Equalityand ,
a Junior at Maryland State. I
He his led the demonstrations t I ,
against two segregated restau- ;
rants.
A trooper Colin Maclndoe r I
was treated for what police said
were acid burns of his feet and >r i
legs. Wliliriu'irrlaNrdX_ Ayj t It

Students Throw RocksAt

least one officer used his t, .
DAVID B. HIGCINBOTTOM night stick and the students
President Kennedy when lie threw rocks bottles and sticks td't.
said 'Ask not what your country at police as they retreated be- /::" ..... .... 't.wlsrr. 't. i
can do for you but what fore the dogs and fire hoses.
you can do for your country Most of the 59 treated at the
,"* Higginbottom said in campus health center suffered
his announcement scratches, bruises and dog bites
Two Negroes were hospitalized
Practiced Law in Salisbury.The .
...
Higginbottom Is a graduateof 27 arrested were charged + sw nsa..r : 4 r Y
Princeton University and with disorderly conduct and fail uI
the law school of the University ure to obey a lawful commandof
of Florida. He has prac- a police officer. Four were
ticed law In Polk County since women.
1948, and has also engaged In All 27 were released on bail
farming and other business late Wednesday night. They
activities. He Is city attorney were taken to the college cam-
for the city of Frostproof and pus to State Police can. I
attorney for the Citizens Bank s'

of He Frostproof.la a member of the Bab- Lakelander Will / '
Ion Park Community Church
and has served the church as
Attend DinnerOf
both deacon and'clerk.:
During World War II Hig lwprsssd:CMfroU mpalt Sftrt Cop Paclinruml.:CTutrolet Impala Stubs Wtfon viAnof lugf>ft MTTMT*

four ginbottom years spent In the more Armed than Farm SocietyFoster With engines up to a 425-hp V8 and its; luxurious Jet-smooth ride*, you may not Wide deep-cushioned seats, tailored with rich fabrics and vinyls. Thick wall-to-

Forces serving a part of that Chatham of Ml S. Success notice where air travel leaves off and a Chevrolet Impala begins. Take-offs are wall carpeting Soft background music from an AM-FM radio. If you Hha You
time overseas. He has been Ave. will be in Orlando today smooth and effortless. Hills seem flat as prairies. A big coil spring each wheel can even get an automatic pilot (we call It a "speed and cruise control"*) that lets
Chamber president of of Commerce the Frostproof three aa a delegate to a dinner and over 700 sound deadeners throughout the body and chassis make yon log mile after turnpike mile without touching the accelerator.

times and also served as a meeting Florida set unit for of organization the American of you feel you're hardly on the ground at all. You'll find all kinds CHEVROLET r AH In all, It's sky-high living at down-to-earth prices. Who but:your

president of the Ridge League Society of Farm Managers and of jet-age luxury Inside an Impala's big,roomy Body by Fisher, too. Chevrolet dealer can offer a way to go quite like that? 'or t.i.,>*."*
of Municipalities. He to a Rural Appraisers, the society r

Association member of,the the American Florida Bar Bar announced.The dinner. meeting win start THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chcvelfe Chevy H Corvair Corvette '

the Tenth Judicial Circuit Bar tonight at 11:30: o'clock at the
and the American See them Chevrolet Showroom
Association at
Judicature society. Cherry Plaza Hotel. ? _.. ....__ your _.. 0 ................. ..........__
Present at the meeting will be
He also served with the Polk Harold F. Borman of DeKalb,
County Zoning Committee and 111, the executive secretary-
as a director of the Polk County treasurer of the American Society
chapter of the National of Farm Managers and PENDARVIS CHEVROLET INC.
foundation.In Rural Appraisers. ,
his announcement, Hig The Society was founded In
ginbottom said that he would 1929 and has nearly 1.500 mem- 310 N. Florida Ave. Lakeland Phone 686.5165
not accept contributions larger bers In the U. S., Canada and
than $200 from his supporters. abroad.

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STOCK MARKET FLASHES

I BARTOW-The school board cottons and set bid dates fo; /y tt M
t took time out yesterday from' four other school projects. NEW YORK (AP-The stock Showing continued strength, Rand was unchanged at 177

Hi discussion on lu location of The projects with the budgeted 4 t Rvt market was steady in moderate Motorola advanced I'/i 1 to 89J4 Shamrock Oil opened on 6,700
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amounts for their construction f ly active trading at the opening
Polk Junior College to award J today. on 1,400 shares. shares unchanged at 33.
are: An addition to
contracts for two school additions Davenport Elementary Junior it A s t Changes of most key stocks Lockheed rose !4 to 37% on Pennsylvania Railroad wai

II and dispose of minor High School. $27,500; a two- i 'e4 4i were narrow 8,000 shares.Opening unchanged at 34/4 on 3,500
school business. story classroom edition to Winter 1 Opening blocks Included: United on blocks of 2..000shares shares.

After vigorously discussing Haven Senior High School. Corp, unchanged at 8% on each, United Gas was J. 0. Stevens Fairchild Camera -
the location of the junior college $210,388; addition to the Jewett s, v ,4 r ,+ 4,500 shares: United Air Lines, unchanged at 35'/4; Greyhoundrose and Pullman gained fractions
for more than two hours, School in Winter Haven, $63.. v ,, up % at 58 Qn 3,000; and Beth 1/1 to 5414; and Spiegel was ,
the board awarded contractors 627; and a new heating plant r t Ir lehem up /4 at 34% on 2000. unchanged at 32. Yesterday the Associated

for classroom additions to Floral for Bartow's elementary school 1 t ti ,tr, Royal Dutch eased /4 to 43%j On openers of 5,000 shares, Press average of 60 stocks rose

Avenue Elementary School, auditorium $4,300. t +. ( r. on 1,200 shares. Ford rose '/i to 54% and Sperry 11 to 297.8, a new high
Bartow and Southwest Junior Bids on the Davenport proJect a
High School, Lakeland. Both are to be opened April I 8, r +
contracts went to low bidden. and the bid date on the others ,,JJ al ,I 1 BLUE CHIPS

A bid on the four-classroom wee set for March 23
addition to Floral Avenue was In other action the board ap
some $9.000 below the $55,700 proved admission requirements J t' ONABOUTN I CAN51'
budgeted for the project. How for Polk Junior College which UE'f01Agr
ever the bid on the six-class will open next September. wise peas BARTIEtt 'FAKE IY:
room addition on Southwest Under requirements, as recommended 57OCK-
DEATH SCENt Shoriffi Monroe fount *f Polk County, loft, ond Ed tlockbunt. of Hllliorouih .
was almost $8,900 more than the by the junior college
County Hio Moduli, when two of mtirdor victim HOMO
iniooct tulkty aN1 body Dykoi wofound Itr
$77,800 budgeted for It. advisory board candidates for
Ellis Construction Co. of Tam admission who have been grad yoitordoy ooout two _..... oftor hi wol the In Tempo, Tho body Hoi In foreground, with
pa submitted the low bid of 548,- uated from a recognized secondary 0"0 foot )lurrint our |uil (...w .,.c........... (Lodger. shah by Hvtctiloon) d Gd0

697 for the Floral Avenue project school and who have I
and Fred W Pinkley of achieved minimum p a s s I n I
Lakeland was the successful scores on the Florida statewide, Lakeland Commission To Make'final'
for ,,,,, rte,. rsre
bidder on the Southwest project 12th grade test are eligible
With a bid of $85,547. admission.

be Both ready editions for use are next scheduled Septem to Transfer colleges students and from univer accredited Library Site Selection e *

ber.Also dries also are eligible if they I
yesterday the board ap meet the college's minimum
proved final plans and speclfi151nvolved academic standards. By WILLIAM D. SHILLING mission at its meeting on There hat also been some t'I The Daily InvestorBy
1 Ledger Staff Writer Monday.A discussion that the City of
City Commissioner Wilbur committee recommendation Lakeland should leek to purchase
y Wooten said today that he will be that the selection outright the school alto I
When Truck will call for a "final" site selection be either the present Park from the board. ) / WILLIAM A. DOYLE I excellent better than the aw

Monday for the new Trammell Library location This Is the way the librarysite Q. I once read about a certain siege mutual fund.
$500.000 municipal library. the Lake Morton school property situation looks at thin AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE mutual fund that does not

And Car Collide Here Wooten is the chairman of or the present city audi time: change Its Investments as molt Q. I wish to transfer the
the city commission's library torlum. Commissioners James R. funds do. As I recall the '
Am Elec ........,........ 1th story stocks I have In a margin account
committee. Wooten emphasized yesterday West R. H. Gibson and John that fund keeps putting
Fifteen persons were Involved They were Morris Wheaton full that the hal Barnes Eng ........,..... 24s/ Into money with a brokerage firm to
Indications are that the municipality H. Woodall Jr. have consistently the same stocks sort of
In an accident yesterday when Joseph Deveau and Willard will favor locating the Lake Dorsey Corp ...........,.. NS my husband. The broker tells
governing body not yet acquired opposed constructing a "dollar-averaging. Please tell
a truck loaded with 13 persons, Smith all of Tampa. Morton school site from the Falcon Sea Dr ........... 15'Juard / me that two commissions will
the new library at the new library at the present lo me the name of that fund. Also.
the end of Paul Maxwell and his Chem ............ NS have to be paid
rammed rear a car Sperry Lake Morton school site, county school board. An exchange cation. They have favored the has It done as well ai most oth, a selling corn
on East Memorial Boulevardand wife Mary were in the car and The library committee met of property betweenthe larger area at the Lake Morton Gulf Am .........,..,.... 41/ er mutual funds mission and a buying commission. f i'

Five North persons Ingraham suffered Avenue.alight both suffered Car minor Stops Injuries. yesterday agreed to put the afternoon"final" and site been city discussed and county but board not finalIzed hal- school. Gulf ratter Sulphur,,,., .:::::::::::: 9 1\I A. The name is Founders youn can't Mutual remember I A.. Yes.Is this The right key to this situation

Auditorium Suggested Lucky Friday...........
Injuries, while 10 others escaped selection before the full cam 30'Ve: Fund Is that the stocks are in a
without injuries, police None of the Injured required Mayor Harold Grlzzard and Occidental Pet .......... 28% As funds go, this one does margin account. When you buy
reported. hospital treatment.The Wooten have favored buildingthe Redwing Carrier .,...... 101/ operate In an unusual (and highly stocks on margin you put only

of the rk. accident happened. Cpl 2 Held In Theft Of $354 new facility at the present Stephen Co .,........... 6th Founders successful) manner.' part of the purchase price and
Three Injured were R. W. Miley explained, when the hbrary alte.Commlsaloner. Syntex ......,............ 105} Mutual -p 1 borrow the rest through a broke
In the back of the truck
Ing car. driven bv Paul Sperry. wa Lois Searl Tampa Elec .............. 25'/' keeps buy.
topped on Memorial Boulevard From County HospitalBARTOW has recommended that consideration Textron Inc .............. 41/ Ing shares of .t. er.Under stock exchange rules
the same 40 ; ,,
Haven Engraver for a traffic light and the be given to the r transfer of a margin account Involves
truck rammed into the rear or Two Negroes DeReus said that Austin renovation of the city audl OVER-THE-COUNTER stocks for its Investment "transfer for a considera

the car have been arrested In Bartow was an employe of the hospl torlum for use as a public MUTUAL FUNDS port tion" and commissions must be

To Give Lecture The truck was driven by Carl and charged with the theft of tal and that he and Tillman library. Affiliated Fund ...,...... 846 folio.mutual As fund this ob 'paid. ,

James Denis of Tampa, who $354 from the county hospitalon allegedly plotted the theft to Mrs. Searl has contended Alico ..........,......... 7$, iota Of course If you owned the
At Art CenterWINTER was charged with careless drlying Feb. 12. take while the cafeteria strongly that the library Am Express ....., .,..... 38% ( the moneyby sale of locks outright (without any
Miley said. Seated In the Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. place should be as close as possible Auto Merch ..... ......... lyeChase margin) you could transfer themto
cab with Denis were Wilbert DeReus of the Polk CountySherirf'l cash box was unguarded to the downtown business hub Man Bank ........ 65%j jickerd's its shares to Investors your (or anyone else with
HAVEN William Sparks of Mango and Gerald department said yesterday Austin allegedly handed the to make its use more convene Drug .......... NS ) it then whom you had made the arrangements
Pringle a retired engraver Fry of Tampa. that Sylvester Austin. cash box to Tillman while the lent for the public She has Fidelity Fund ............ 17.13Ha. I n v e s t ns that DOYLE ) without paying any

J commercial designer and illui Others In the back of the truck 26, of 980 Palmetto Ave., Her !, cashier was eating lunch indicated that her second site Gas ...,..,.......... 9% dollar money equal In commission.
in Winter for $500 for ( amounts, each of those
trator now residing Included William Dykes Melvin tow charged with grand Bond was set
was choice would be the school Fla. Pub. Util ............ 23% ...
Haven wiU give a demonslra Bailey. John Mitchell Wesley larceny in the theft. DeReua each man. DeReus said that 40 stocks.
area. Fla. Steel.......... ..... 9ty
flan and lecture at the Ridge Art Fry Gordon Simpson and Ben added that Jerry Lee Till I $49 of the alleged theft money; jFla For example if Founders re Q. Are directors of corpora-
Commiasloner W. J. Peterson Tel ,,,,,,, ,,,..6.,, 281hFla.
Center here Sunday afternoon Kitchen all of Tampa and Fred man 18, of 455 Fifth St Bar-' was recovered, and that both has made no public statements Tile .::::::::::::,::: 11th celves $80,000 new money from lions given options to buy stocks r-
I and Tillman admittedthe the sale of Its shares, It will of the corporations
The demonstration will beginat Adgle of Lutz tow, had also been chargedwith Austin '
on his views. Private. Founders Lirs ........... 7'Ve
2:30. Pringle will show com grand larceny. alleged theftUtilities ly he has indicated that he Gulf Lire .........:...i... 573,4Incorp 'invest $2.000 In shares of eachof A. Sometimes yea; sometimes

mercial designs from his port Bank Of is opposed to constructing the Invent ............ 7.43 those( 40 stocks. no. This varies from one
England This is sort of dollar to another.
folio. The designs were producedby -everegIng corporation
Board new library at the present Inter City Tel Tel .... 49tsJeckwn
the artist while he wss actively Hove YOU site because of traffic and Min Mart ....... 5th Straight dollar-averaging, Stock options (through which
I engaged In business in Interest Rate parking problems and because Lewis Bus Forma ...,.... 17thNetlonwlde of course is the process of In certain people are given the

I New York City. Given To The Plans Hearing of the relatively small amountof ,............. 14thA vesting the same amount or! right to buy stock normally j
In somewhat less than market
land area at Lake Morton H. Robine ,........... 40',4 money the same security at at
DurranceWill Up To 5 Per Cent United Fund? In JacksonvilleTALLAHASSEE Drive and Massachusetts Taylor Inst .,............ 52rh fixed Intervals Through dollar. value) very often are grantedto
averaging you get fewer shares top officers (presidents, vice
nue. T.V Elec Fund .......... 7.96
LONDON (AP) The British Stand To Be Held Trans GII Pipe Llne .... 2Uh when prices are high; more pre I Ide n t ', etc.) and other

SeekReElection government raised the Bank of Goal .......... .. $231,000 (AP) The From their comments at Travelers ................ 189 shares when prices are low anda "key" employees.
England Interest rate today to Public 1 I Utilities Commisslo( yesterday's meeting, Wooten United Ilium ... ......,... 39 better than "average price"on Directors (who are elected to
5 I per cent-an Increase of 1 per To Date ........ 34,650 scheduled a special hearing I In and Grizzard indicated that Universal Foods ......... .32 all your Investments. he board of directors by stock-

cent-following signs of strainon Jacksonville April 8 to consider they would prefer the school Walters Jim ............. 30 Anyone who has been reading holders) sometimes have stock
the nation's economy. Help put Lakeland's the practice of combined billingof site, if the present site can this column should know that options. But, more often than
FORT MEADE W. Ralph I A bank spokesman said the drive over the top. commercial and Industrial users not win a majority vote of dollar-averaging has long been not, you would find that those
Durrance of Fort Meade announced main purpose of the Increase iso of electricity to provide a the governing body. NEW YORK recommended here. Amcng nth' directors are also officers of
_______ __ __ STOCK EXCHANGE
today that he will be steady the nation's pace ol .nmmn lower rate.Chairman. Woodall said that he will er things. It avoids the ulcers the company. They get the stock
a candidate for re-election to economic expansion. Ed Mason said the hold fast to his position that Latest 11 '.m. that go with trying to outguess '(options because they are of
the Polk County School Board In recent months there have ProCommunistsSeize hearing would open a statewide the library should be locatedat Close Price the stock market. fleets.
District 2.Durrance. been signs that expansion has investigation of such billing to the school area. Founders Mutual has also At any rate stock option plans
is now completing been proceeding too fast for the determine its legality. Whether Dr. West or Gibson Air Reduction 55a NS avoided ulcers It doesn't buy !normally must be approved bya
Ills first four-year term on the ,economy to bear with comfort Strategic He aaid most forms of ouch will give any support to Aldens 95 NS and sell stocks as most mutual i vote of stockholders If the
school board He was elected The Bank of England's rate billing were outlawed but some the renovation of the auditorium Allegheny Ludlum 39 26th funds: do. The founders' policy owners' of a majority of the
In the 1960 election and took sets the pattern for interest Laotian Peak exceptions were allowed where for library use is not Allied Chem 5314 533,4 I has worked out well. Over the tock I of a company vote "no"
office in January of 1961 charged by banks throughout the physical arrangements of known. Allied Stores 58s 591,4 :yeah Its performance Increase Dn, such a proposal, nobody gets
J "1 have held this office as the sterling bloc. It has stood al. buildings made several meter All indications seem to be Am BOlch 14 14 In value of its share) has been a I stock option.
a public trust" he said in his 4 per cent since Jan. 3, 1963. VIENTIANE. Laos (AP) desirable. that the school site will be Am Cyanamid 621tS 62'Ve ,
,' announcement today. "I have Businessmen will find it Pro Communist forces have In recent months, he sale. favored by at least a minimum Am Home Prd 64y' 640/ Latest II a.m. Latest 11 a.m N
considered carefully every argument ,tougher to raise credit for new seized strategic Mt Phou Khe churches, stale county and federal majority vote of the Am Hospital 23V 23ah Close Price Close Prla 1
for and against each ,enterprises Private individualsmay agencies and schools complained commission. !Am Mach" Frdy 11r18
proposal for solution of the have more difficulty getting overlooking the Plalne des Jares to the commission that George A Sanford, the Am Metal Prd 1814 18'18I I Gen Motors 80 79'Ve Phillip I Morrla 74Ya 74tj

many problems which have house mortgages. a right-wing military l l they also wanted the advantageof city's planning director re Am Motor J614 16y' I Gen Tel Elec 32V 33 Phillips I Pet 46th 48 sPhclphe

arisen and without yielding! spokesman reported today. such billing. ported to the hbrary commit. Am Rei Dev 22V 23 I Gen Time 11" 11r/ I Dodge 64'Ve 64?{

to pressure I have voted my Gen. Bounthieng Venevong- tee yesterday that it wouldbe Am Seating 37t3T I Gen Tire 22 221,4 I Piper Air 45Va NS
honest convictions." Titan Scores 10th aoa said Pathet Lao and North KING RECOVERING feasible to renovate the old Am Tobacco 29 29th Gillette' 34" 14y Pit Plata Glasa 59-i! 60'4Proctor"
City Post Held ATHENS (AP)-King Paul or auditorium for library use Am Tel k Tel 140r14Ds/ 1 W. R. Grace 50 50 y I Gamble
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Durrance is a long time SuccessCAPE Vietnamese troops forced two Greece operated on last Fri The cost will have to be determined Ampex 15r15s/ 'Great A P Tea 35ys! 35t/ I Pub Srv Elec & Gal 781tS 821/
Straight 780/8
resident of Polk County who rlght-wing battalions to evacuate day for painful stomach ulcers, Ariz Pub Ser 31y' 31Va Greyhound: 54 54 I Pure Oil 43r 41Reybeata
served on the Fort Meade the 7,073 foot mountain was reported today to be stead Armco Steel 'l0 70tfAtchb I Gruman 43V3 434! I Man 42t 43 j

City Commission before seeking KENNEDY (AP- Wednesday. ly recovering. top 28V 28seAtl IBM ST9rj 575 R gip S tee 1 NS NSR 1
election to the school A 5SOD-mile strike Into the Wales Riding Rerln 54y 54% Ins Harvester 68 { 68'Ja J. Reynolds 40% 40V

board. He is a member of the South Atlantic marked the Titan Auto Can 13 13Y. IMC 71's 7'Ve Reynolds Met 36 36t/a
Methodist Church. 2 missile's 10th straight sue- nI Club Slates Avco 23Ya 23'4Benerlclal Ins Min & Chem 70 89r/ Rhod Sel Trust 614 614
.'1 am proud of Polk County cent I 58r56y ins Paper 3oq? 30'Ve R. C. Cola SI'/a 51 .
," Durrance said "the citl- The Air Force reported that ,v Beth Steel 34?. 34raBlaw Int Tel Tel 65 54r/ Safeway Stores NS NS
Lena of the county and the the moat powerful missile in Horse ShowLAKE -Knox 26'Ve 261tS Jones Laughlin 71% 71 Scott Paper 36'Ve 37

school system of Polk Coun the U.S. military arsenal BorJ.Warner 4R4 40Va Kelsey Hayes 39t39r Seaboard Air R 48t46%
achieved all flight objectives In i WALES-The Traii'ind I Brunswick IOYa 10% Kimberly Clark 6114 Blys Seers 106t107'

ty."I believe that a great deal Wednesday's launching. The TItan Riding Club will hold in I Burllngtn( 4St45K Kerr-McGe. 36?4 37 Shattuck m;{ NS
of progress has been made 2 has two more test launch. + a' winter horse show Saturday and I Burroughs 22Ya 22'Ve Korvette 35r' 36" Sinclair Oil 46', 46 s
during the put three years ngs scheduled. t'a Sunday, with 26 events ached, Cat Tractor 531Ja 5334 Lear-Siegler 14 14 Socony 721". 71raSC.
in improving our school facilities l uled for boys and girls 18 yearend e Celanese 113',. 6234Chemetron Llggette "Mye", 77 78 Elec 4 Gas 57ye 5n j
in strengthening the 19 Killedll under and one class for adalto 28y 26'18 Litton Indl 70 i 69'Ve Southern 54V 54Ya
curriculum and in stabilizing ,"' so the parents can "show Chas Ohio 70g 70'Ve Lone Star Gas 22r' 22y Sperry Rand !1y 18
the financial structure and Hurt In Japan orf." Chrysler 42Ya NS Loral Elec Bye 8% Spiegel 32 32g

tax program." fi* The club Is located on Highway Cln Gaa Elec 2Sr251/ P. Lorrillard 45th 45y Std :: Cal 81r61 j
Airliner CrashTOKYO r 27 just north of Lake Wales CiUes Ser 116%, 67 Madison Fd 19ya 201" Std Ind 84!;
Entries are Invited. There Is aIOcent Coca Cola 118 NS Magnavox 37 37y' Std Oil /' Bly 81ySunray
(AP) A Japanese dnrAH.a entry fee in each class Colgate Pal 42tNS Marquardt 9t 9Ya SU31
airliner crashed today at Oita. .,.,c.... Five places will be awarded in Collins Rad 19y 19s// Martin Marietta 19-i! /9eh Tenn Gas Trans 20y'' NS
Columbia Gas 29% 29y McCrory Icy Icy Texaco 74r74s/
southern Japan and Oita police each event.
Com Credit 391)1) 39-i! McKesson NS 42y' Texan Gulf SuI 22'Ve 20V
eadquarters said 19 persons Beginning at 10 a,m. Saturday -
Con Edison 84 84 Tidewater 39
Merck 118 IllsMlnn 39Va
It were killed and 22 hospitalized. the events will include a
t Con Foods 47s408! Hnwl J34',4 135 Tractor Sup 221h 221,4
r The airline said no foreigners halter class, double bareback
Consumer PwJ 48s44 MMM Union NS
: BByj 68 Bag 37'Ve
were among the 36 passengers equitation, kiddie class
} ir" A open Cant Can 43sNS Montg Ward 38 37y Union 011 78 79'4
and five crew members. Y''e for 7 and under
years egg race,
Cant 011 621,1 62% Nat Biscuit 61% 111'4Nat Union Pac 40y' 40'h
Police said the twin-engine.
it f hollow log, ride down-lead back, Ctrl Data
\ P 17'Ve 88 Can 16 Ieth Union Tank 36Ya 38th
..6I ropeller-drlven Convalr was lag race barrel race keyhole Com Prda Nat United Fin
621)1) 63'4 Dairy 69Y. 69Y. 27)'s 27y
landing at Oita Airport when its 1 boot
< race, saddle race, ribbon Crown Cork JO United 20120
I JOI4 % Nat Fuel 32'h 1291 Fruit %
a aI rakes apparently failed. It
r race and balloon cia...
II Curtlas-Wright 19 18'Ve Nat Gypsen 47'4 47'4 U.S Inds 8'Ve 9
into river dike next tothe
I plowed a Sunday afternoon starting at Den k Rio R R 21V 21raDe Nat Tea 14% 14'4 U.S Rubber 51r. 51V
I runway broke into three 2 p.m., there will be a costume
I oem 21sNS Nla-Mohawk 52 52 US Steel 56 58
f pare and bunt into flames. clan, western pleasure the adalt Dr Pepper 53 j NSDrcuer Okla Gas "Elec 2914 NS Upjohn 57'Ve 57?.
The plane was operated by class for entrants 20 andover Inda 7th NS Outboard Marine 1Sy 16. Vendo 16!. 18

Fuji Airlines. CRASHED JAPANESE AIRLINER Soorchori probe wrockofif English equitation, pony DuPont 259y' 259x/ Pac Gas "Elee Sly Jly 'Warner-Lambert 26t26'n
miles southwest of
Ones U 650 hunter class, trail class, knock- Eastman Kodolc J27'Ve 1281,4 Pan Am Sulphur 250/1 15yParke 'W, Air Brake 31?. 31;{
JoponoM Minor which lrokInh dartand bunt In flomolt
Tokyo, on the southernmost Japanese down and
f out buddy pickup, Gamble Skgmo 30y' 31 Davil 34t34 Westinghouse 3334
ff island' of Kyushu. The Oita In lournora Jooon Ie...,. Confllctiiif report out tho Nab pole bending and coke
I race. Ga Pac 60!, 53'4 Penney, J. C 4534 NS'Wlnn Dixie 3Dg 30 j
f plane was en route from Kago- toll or from 12 to 3S. Tko Tokyo. office of Fuji Alrlmoi Lid Inrocordi Judges will be Mr and Mrs Gen Eree 85?. 86 Pepsi Cola 49 Woolworth Tlr71th
I chime at the southern tip of Ilitod 12 MMnon and crow of 'i... lofty rooorti .mdicotod Phil Hoback Jr and Phil Ho- Gen Foods !90 90% Pfizer m SDth ;Xerox NS 79'4

W. RALPH DURRANCE 'Cyushu, to Tokyo. then wore two ..."1..... (AP Wi.h.,. ,>. coblo' from Tokyo). back Sr. Gen Inst 124! 124! Phlla Elec 33% NS Zenith Rad 80; 80?.

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NOTE-Th. peeler Credit expansion and con
__ of 1S2I still haunts the traction la more skillfulh
I IQuauTr memorlef of m.ny who try to handled today, thanks to expert
asses today's !Jaunty optimism-, ence from past errors Securllv
.. How the 1120s and the IMOt art markets are regulated now, and
.. tike, and unlike I* describedby even stricter policing is being
Sam Dawson AP business studied. Chicanery can be dp
..' newt analyst. In (this the fourth tecetd earlier, and retributionis
DISCOUNj of five article, on Into decada't swifter ,
BREAKS r course -The business cycle of ups
.. and downs probably hasn't been
By SAM DAWSON licked. What many dub the welfare ).
AP Business News Analyst state has furnished
cushions for the worst bumps
NEW YORK (AP) The
"Soaring Sixties" and the Social Security, corporate pen
"Roaring Twenties" sound aliketo eons, Jobless pay benefits, a
start at retraining programs,
people-too much alike
many all help ease the burden for the
for entire comfort.
unemployed They also help the
But the two decades have .
by furnishing purchasIng
sharp differences. And in the economy
.
power once unknown.
DISCOUNT FBI '. minds of many Americans
p right now anyway the differ. Roles ChangedThe

ences are uppermost roles of government
rr Neither decade was without and business In regulating the
(its setbacks. economy have changed too.

The late 1920s saw stock speculation Business Is more cautious
far outstripping anything now more aware that excesses
DISCOUNT PRICES ARE LOW BUT WHEN HAVE YOU I the 60s have producedso such as marked and marred the .
SURE far. It was an era of credit '20s are to be avoided. Self
expansion with the newly organized regulation both out of self

Bl SEEN THEM TH/S/ LOW I !!! TO I GET YOUR I t'r! assigned Federal the Reserve task of System providing ment interest Intervention-Is and to stave off commonat tovern-

enough credit for a grow the company level, the industry .
ing economy, but policing excesses level, and through organizations .

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Swindles NumerousIt
I Government has taken on the
was also an era of chl task of easing recessions, foster
of swindles In the stock
canary
ing recoveries. Public works Is
market, in banking, in Industry. the oldest spending tool but
of the fast buck
It was an era
also now used are defense, re
and endless opportunity, search and welfare programs.
Some point out that the 1960s It's this new look for the Sixties -
all these Outstanding -
have things
-In government in businessin
credit Is at a record high.
labor-that lends confidenceto
Trading on the New York Stock those .
who see greater
prosperity
Exchange has topped the
) ahead with only minor
volume of 1929, the old champ. hesitations,
Many stock prices are at record
J. Next Secret weapons of the
highs So are corporate
,\ JLc : prosperity planners.
...
\ J:_ earnings. Speculative flurries
have burned many fingers n;
= .... \ .' == Business swindles have sent ,
; \\ --= executives fleeing to Brazil Sword
--.. J .- Commodity and stock scandals
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have toppled firms, brought I
-= : court action Confidence has Now Parts
_.. I
__. been widely expressed In the
MEIELDS BREAKS FIELDS BREAKS J.M FIELOS BREAKS :=; FIELDS BREAKS licking, or at least the flattenIng Of DressNORFOLK
of the business cycle.
PRICE PRICE PRICE
THE DISCOUNt 1NE DISCOUNT PRICE THE DISCOUNT THE DISCOUNT : But the differences betweenthe Va w The blade

_two, ..decades are ImportantJohn .! .!; that once flashed on the high
No-Iron lin'.',,,, Hobnail Sportacvlar/ fvrthatol 45 Pe. Stetson Breok-resh ant Uses Plain Top Water! : seas as a boarding weapon has

CHENILLE SPREADS MEN'S HOSIERY SALE MELMAC DINNER SET STEAM & DRY IRON Brown every now become U.S. Naval an official officer's item uni of

form. Chaplains and women are

197 COMP.VALUE 4 _. $1 COMf.\ VALUE 9 COMf. VALUE 797 MODEL 1-4. Court ClerkCandidate excepted.Even a reserve ensign, as soon

39Cttoict ., 49tEACH COMPLETE 14.93o r I' he is commissioned and ordered
to active duty must purchase .
of solid! color vertical weave ChoIMll e kgykr ,As. tone' s, solids, Itri p.-top INCREDIILt SAVINCSI r John Brown, a resident ol this link with the past_
/. CC solid hooAOil sproedi. Lint fro*. rows, ttrttch,hot,l Hich quality! R.tittant to eroding .1 Glides on cwhion of st..ffl..Chonq.t Polk County for more than 20 at a cost (In Naval exchanges)

Twin or full site. White, Pint, Y.ttow, SCOOP thorn' wp by the dmon!* chipping tof. MI dith wathor.o from....... to dry imtontly. Utw plain years and former administrative of $:16.

/ Blue, Greon, Mocha e Sires IOfi.. u. 4 beautiful Pottwns top wot.r. Eoty to w.. Sav.t tim*. assistant of the sheriffs department In announcing changes In
Navy uniform rules,
announced today that Includingthe
r he Is a candidate for the Clerk mandatory sword, the Navy
of Criminal Court of Record of says tilt-yare primarily) aimedat
(Polk County, subject to the MayS establishing uniformity and
Democratic primary at reducing portions of the uniform
P In announcing his candidacy, which have fallen into disuse
Brown said as criminal court ." (The latter refers to a
clerk he would "support removal -khaki raincoat which will be die
of the clerk's office from continued Jan. 1, 1966).
the fee system and placing It A Navy spokesman here said
ceRlolor ; tlcttu PtIMr uMiTEl1rNtTITr t SEUrrr MLE[ /ILIETTi 1!. on a budget operation This office the sword for all Naval officers
I i _PAOCiORdIUS = STIINUSS = : is presently on the so-called will "make sure reserve officerson
fee system," he stated "under active duty won't stick out
which the taxpayers of this like sore thumbs" The sword
1s county receive little or no information wasn't mandatory for reservists
[ concerning the expenditures until now.
s of this office First reference to the sword
1. "I believe that the operation as an official accoutrement of
1.t of any public office should bea the Naval uniform appeared in
t= matter of public record and an 1813 regulation requiring officers .
pledge that, as criminal court to wear "cut and thrust
'. clerk, I would make all such'swords with yellow mountingson
information available at all special occasionsRegulations
times to all citizens In so doing ,

_- _- --- laH my full support and co- sword were for .published standardizingthe in

g 1841. They called for a single-

THROW PILLOWS KAPOK PILLOWS Fifaerglas DRAPES SCOOP CHAIR 2 SLICE TOASTER STAINLESS BLADES 1 I edge straight saber blade with an either eagle curvedor -head

SINCII pommel, blade to be etched with
>
GCIs"aBBC; i,,ji 197 WIDTH 94 597 SBCPACIC" oakleaves and acorns with a
j cc/rsiir ')"' UNGTH i w fouled anchor near the base
COMf. YAltt 1.19 COW.VALU" U..UU".U1 } COMf. VAtUf 4.95lny4Mlr MODfI.202f4 KtG.t9eSlll : P1P.

r 1 era o.aFIeNI. cUtalkL. ; "' ...............d..t I ItTt 5..1 Ie.. 0 Col............ 1 ,... .wr tk 0 GI.It..i.I..ltt..rJ.I., ... tCwdrr .. hal discontinued In 1886 the and curved blade was
.r.d. G.IJ, T..,, C r.l, Cwd.dq..Od.h.s.. Wbh. N......,. r...t..6.14. { 0 Self I...1..' .''i..... StwlT. evn* f4d,1..eKLGre... ,......,............ 0 ..... .. ...., w k** ..... 0 Sir14dMS/KIYpn.r '1 sZEBCO 32 standardized Inches at between 28 and

During World War II, the
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: : sword was discontinued becauseof
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TSi LINE TNClY0/ f c SLL PIE urns E PUST1C IOITEB ti *j REIRERCEi i= HE WUYE IUIM = SUMUSS MUR .:'- j .p the Influx of reserve officers
I and a generally relaxed ceremonial -
attitude. Many officer
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J. even turned In their swords to
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-= be melted for scrap.
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operation will be given to effectively -,i,I George W Jenkins, president
15 ( carrying out removal of,.of Publix Super Markets Inc
404" REEL SYLVANIA BULBS SQUARE HASSOCK Men's Underwear BOYS'DUNGAREESMESH NYLONS this office from the fee eye has been named to the newly
t item" I created Judicial Progress Committee -
267 12 c 297 2FO 'c 99c 2 66* I- Born In Alabama, he moved of the Florida Council of
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I f ACOMf. ,, with his parents to Florida at 100.
COMP YAWS 7.95 VAIUI 35< eo.llvcttta COMf. VALUE 4 95Sitin COM' VA LIE .Sf an early: age and has been a I The appointment was an

Limit I pr cultomcrMultipurpott. > 100..H. 0 itnp* M...if.HM'i> t i J kfi !e els >tiwb, Packog. of 2 pairs = resident of( Polk County since! nounced today by Raleigh W
I Tlino ., 6wr..N.dlaglt., ........ !.... Sq W ....,_ ; .ML&kiqSn..J044. N h..InnL/pKt.h. anlY'I 1 1942. He is married to the for'Greene Jr, chairman of the
I Included : .y.Lppr/ly,9 .iI2 B.ge, SiUI a!;.It, I imer Eleanor Davis of Auburn-'Council of 100. The chairmanof
|dale and the father of two sons, the new committee is Henry
.. John Jr. and Ronnie. The D. Kramer Jacksonville and
(family resides at 2822 Dixie other members are William li
Road in Lakeland. Dial of Orlando, Sam C. Fleming -

LAKELAND: U.S. 92 at Rose St. Q .CJ QUALITY Th. .,,1, .... ''''.n'. I DISCOUNTS hot ,irr yr Inuan. Lakeland Brown High was School graduated and Lake-from Stuart of of Panama Palatka, City and Baya W. M.W
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nA..nnq of St. Petersburg
OPEN: MM. thru Sat. 1010, fendey Nose te 7 P.M. ALWAYS. EVERY DAY' gru.nrnl land Business College where he Harrison Jr.
(studied business administration State Supreme Court Justice
and business law. He I Is active Stephen C. O'Connell of Tallahassee -
throughout the county with various will serve as adviser to
organizations, and a veteranof the committee whose purposeis
, World War II, In which he to coordinate with existing
served In the Air Force. He Is groups working on the problemof
4 \ .' ..;. a Master Mason a member of judicial reform to bring
Parkview Baptist Church and about a unified plan of specific
past president of the Combte'rea recommendations to present to
Little Boys Baseball IM |the 1965 legislature.
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LINDA ISLAND-Ant.ri( the Florid. Clrnii Quo e.at...".. KELVINATOR 2-SPEED 2-CYCLE _EI.VS
this yMr will' .. Lln.. r.'..... IF.y.r-.M, ervittn. .f South {: No A'FOR
Mi.ntl'. She l. ....ft..r... hy ti. C.,.. G..,. Junior Ch.mh.r ef -- FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER FROST z
Cum u.ra. in Hi* ....t..t. (* .. htld Merck t .t WI".., H.*.... JM F,.Ida Preferred rVke With DOOR
In c.mwctim with the Florid Citrus lifttMtn ; 61G CgpACI REFRtGERgtOR ,
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House Unit Miffed Only $3 ?" wit. oyoUo Monthly ;I

"Gold/ Touch" ogitotor main pewible .
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Of RatingsBy KELVINATOR DELUXE i

30" ELECTRIC RANGE jlJll ISiiTll ::

STANLEY MEISLER effort to make changes that \ I JM rrtfi Prefect*** f ik. //I

Associated Press Writer will Improve the ratings. Al. NO r'' -
WASHINGTON (m Con though it Is moving slowly 14995 wN
tresslonal patience appears to there has been a sign of some f T
be growing thin with the television action o Applionc outlet. Signal fights. Broil-Bole Uill r
Industry's continued reliance Goldberg, the NAB vice control. Plug surfoc units. Recedes top. III j --.z-, '
on ratings to decide the president, said all the rating Throwaway foil oven linings Even-Heo- J p 4 / ,
life or death of a show services had with _"
cooperated FI) even. Lift-off oven doer GlottFiberIniulation.
"I think the television Industry II1T
the council in filling out ques Stain reiiitont porcelain.
is concerned about the tionnaires about their methods .
ratings more than ever before He said that in 60 to 90 r
," Rep. Paul G. Rogers days, the council should be
D-FIa., laid this week. But able to take Its first steps toward KELVIMATOR 2 DOORREFRIGERATORFREEZER
there still has been no adequate an auditing procedure,

the reliance revision on or them change" in "that"I suspect the subcommittee:Goldberg said will I y, r i J.M. fitldi Prolocfed Prw fJe/d as

House Rogers investigating is a member subcommittee of a recognize we are making every I -: "I O O 95 NO MONEY ProFerhd Prir. I
effort to get this under
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that launched a probeof DOWN
w y"But
the rating systems last the subcommittee, Only OOOfoiwk. PayoUt' Monthly 279ass 9
now
He and others the
year. on *
subcommittee concluded that that a year has gone by since i Automatia defrost. 8 its highly-publicized hearings, cube treys Door tnelf. JUK con shelf.
many ratings are an unscientific
and unfair way of Judge may be under some pressureto M Refngerotor 'has automatic oefrottmg Ad- : No NO MONEY
ing the popularity of television take some kind of action. fustobl shetf. 2 cntpers. Door she//Ivs. 4nfOL4 tar (a c DOWN
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shows There has been speculation e6.1hie..eM wig eopa ,M e.1wM q6Ersrrr
on Capitol Hill that Harris may r p '
No Final
Report be ready to launch a second

the Despite subcommittee its lengthy has hearings not issued ., ratings investigation into television YOU I DON'T NEED I CASH CHflRGE-IT! Deo.

a final report or proposed When asked about this, however 'AMOUS
legislation to deal with ratings Harris will say only, 'OtTAln NAME

Instead, it has asked the National "when we get ready to have Tv .................
Association of Broad. hearings, will ...............
we
announce ....
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casters (NAB) to devise a system them" : fry ......... .. ... 69.95

for policing them. MOTOROLA HARDWIRED ...................
The NAB with Spurn ..... .....
joined other ......
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members of the television industry Southern \\l1 19" PORTABLE TELEVISION PORTABLE .. 99.95
last month to set up a TV ...........
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Hondwirod M chosui. From.d Grid FAMOUS ........... i itv
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broadcast rating council. The ? powor NAME ..........
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Front .
council is still in an organizational Band SetsConcert mounted 3"15" GoldVn WOOD .95
stage and so far has not y r ip.otr Tinted oyo.ihod. Mt.r gloss) ro 23" TV CONSOLE ................
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set up a system for accredit. duc.t onnoying reflections and improves FRONT i BONDED TUBE ........... .............. 119
ing television rating I companies picture contrott Pop-up handle. 20" BIND .... .. '" .95
and for criteria RAN '
devising '"
for a proper rating meth. The member band of Flora TI srRA :: RN : ''''''''''''''''.'''''' '''' .

Ida Southern College, directedby K QQOOOO OOOOO OOOOOO 30' w ............ .
od.The council, according to Dr K. C Anderson, will givea V C/acts RANGE, 4 B ........................... ..
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Mel Goldberg of New York, public concert at 3 p.m. Sun M FIELDS FuI1 dfti '. 99.95
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NAB vice president for research day at Mayhall Auditorium nict nmenN mist G.r. Oran ..................
can boast only that The bands performance li a nciisnt EU TRlC .... ... .. 119
"the first step Is on the way" feature of the annual tourist EASY DRYER ....,......... .95
"Unless they come up with concert series .sponsored by the fill In s DRYE ...........................
something pretty quick," laid Lakeland Parks and Recreation sa TIll .....f1tlIS SILlSlUl CYCLI ... .. .. .. 99.95H9.95
J. Arthur Younger R. Department 'sit ''
Rep
Calif., another member of! the A newly formed string trio UNBEATABLEPRiCESj f : : : ::::'':"""'"'''''''''''''''''''''' ''' .
subcommittee, "we are goingto will play several selections as DISCO UNT SL50; :.. .. '
have to write some legisla an added attraction. Members .................,.. .
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tion on this." are Mrs. Virginia Hennessey, Q b. uncI mold. MA TIE; 159.95
violin; Wendell Waters, violoncello ).M. R.lck wi11 ttof W"Z WASHER ,
Said In SPED
Agreement '
Rep Oren D. Harris, D-Ark., Numbers, and William by the Spivey trio ,will piano.Include M ::J.M. Folds l s;:=: Pr'c and fa LARGE l2lBTUBSE: AUrO.:"WASHER" '" 179.95

the chairman of the subcommittee Hungarian Dance" by will b. a g' .. .. ..
has not announced his Brahms, Valse Bluette" by "_ i, compatitiOft l. re'A M/lr AJ, : ro CUBIC Fr: ".....".... .. 199
views on the situation, but Drigo. and "1 au Legato" by RfiRICERA .95

Younger told a newsman that Anderson. I ,V r r yOfJl"OM'tOOOOOQQOOOOOOO BOt rz cu fie REfRICtRA1pROR ...................
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he and the chairman are in Band numbers will include 'o 749.95
agreement about the need for "March 0 f the Brave" byZameenik 2 DO
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a report from the NBA soon Egmont Overture 9.. =N'REfR/CEAATDA; ""'"''''''''''''''"''
MOTOROLA ''
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But Paul B. Comstock, the by Beethoven, "Lullaby of Bird FREEIER '' .95
NAB vice president for government land" by Forster and Shearing '.. ........
23" CONSOLE TELEVISION NAME .......
relations when asked "First Suite in E Flat" by Hoist, f STEREOS B S'AK R ........ '" ...... .. 199
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if he was concerned about congressional Can Can" by Simeone, selections Fine performance and reliability PowerM WATT ...... .95
impatience said : from "State Fair" by m Chassis From. Grid Tuner. Golden M BM"M STEREO "............................
"it will take a little time to Rodgers and Hammerstein w;A'! picture tube Golden Voice front ipeoler. ( WALNUT 279.95
in motion. Winter Carnival" by Stuart, Tinted eye-thade filter reduces 10
get this machinery gloss annoying B,7U CABINET
You can't wave a wand and Centennial' by Wilson, and several reflection ALL CERnF(1' C. ............ 1 49
Cole Porter
bring all of this under control songs arranged .1.4. 95

!."Ratings are a big indus by Russell Bennett .....................
try. 269.95
There it a good deal of un- U. S. Gives Jets
derstanding in the subcommittee
about the NAB s problems.
"In the actual use of ratings To NationalistsTAIPEI
by the television industry this CHA.RG.eiT!
year, I can see no Improvement Formosa (AP>-The LAKELAND u.s. 92 at ROSE ST. QUALITY DISCOUNTS
iPEItlUR i the.ftl, f,,,. miaiure That give 'instant
MOil,"D-Calif.said Rep."But John I recognize E.. dent United Chiang States Kai bolstered.shek's Chinese Presl OHM M..4],r thee falwd.f 10 to 10-S.Ht Neon t. 7 t.M. I |TTiKEijUSTMOMCIITTO; | ; CHARGE ACCOBMTf Q/d .ALWAYS.I v.lu. uaranlttd' I tech EVERY..,,''nJ'Y.CAY.LAKELAND *uoon'. *."

that the NAB ,Is moving Nationalist Air Force yesterdaywith
ahead." more than 30 F104G Star
Rogers while continuing to lighters, fighter bomberinter-
make speeches In the House ceptors capable of speeds In excess -
attacking the present rating of 1.500 miles an hour
systems, said "the NAB ,is The exact number of planes
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( I Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationMiami
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a9.ulr CHARGE IT! BUDGET IT Florida's record $75 million ..................71 M Boston ................. 47 25 Loa Angeles ............66 41Jacksonvlll
OItt09N1 university construction bond ............ 69 45 Chicago ................ 31 18 Memphis ............... 44 21
Issue cleared: I Its final hurdle Key West .............. 79 66 Cincinnati .............. 42 12 Milwaukee .............. 28 D
LAKELAND ............ M tl Denver ................. 2' 10 Paul IS i
with the state government yesterday Ocala ................... 79 47 Des Moines ............. 27 S N.W'Orleln.. :::::::::.: 13 5J
and was on Its way to Orlando ................. 67 50 Detroit ................. 35 II New York .............. 47 21
I tour determination of I Its validity Tallahassee ............. 67 48 Fairbanks .............. 34 30 Seattle ................. 49 30 I
for sale Tampa ..4.............. 64 C2 Fort Worth ............. 4' 31 Washington ....'........ 61 30
The State Bond Review W, Palm Bch. ....... M 61 Honolulu .. 89 18
I Board gave swift approval to ... :, Juneau u:"::::":::::: 39 36 BAROMETER READINGS

a resolution authorizing the Atlanta ................. 51 39 Kansas City ............ << Issuance of the bonds which .:
1 ,,t 1a are backed up by the state's 1
me and one-half per cent tax
I on cross utilities receipts.The :
State Board of Education :
planned to prepare en I
Initial S2S million worth of )
r Sib the bonds for Immediate sale
to finance expansion of the j

st university and junior college a
system. :
The IMS legislature earmarked
$30 million for Junior Irrw 1
college and technical school a;
projects and $45 million for 7
the state universities.

I The bonds will go to circuit: r
court for the first legal test 1
of their validity and finally d
to the Florida Supreme Courtto
clear any legal doubt as to .
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MISSILE PLAN STUDIED
TOKYO (AP-The Japanese f. ,{ 1 { .r'I I
government Is studying plans to
station a battalion of U.S.--bull
+ antiaircraft missiles on Japans tare 'w..rw.r....... t Ppw. yy6 r M
southernmost island of Khushuto i

ighter-lnterceptor take the place squadron of a U.S.to ..*own, ".1..1". Nw.r4 the Mvtk, men***** Fl.rtrf. H..f a Hfttpmtvrti ..k*.J *|

20 MONTH be withdrawn before July 1. e .........."' said ,r.M wen lndfMNj to rawnhi In .law fI.._ AP Wlraphct).

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to offer you these top quality tires at these incredibly low prices. Weather Scattered Bureau showers are laid forecast today.

for tonight. ZONE FORECASTS
take
Winds of 10 to II miles per At Occasional rain and becoming se
a 441 a + hour will blow from the southeast partly cloudy and -
and southwest tonight but cooler. High In the fifties 1 e ... ...
will switch to the northeast to- Variable winds 8 to 18 miles
morrow. Humidity will be per hour becoming northeasterly E
rather high. 11 to 22 miles per ..
2 1488 2 1788 The maximum temperature hour. '.
yesterday was 69 and the over
for ,ra.Na for it- night low was SLKathleen B-C-D Cloudy with occasional ,
TIfJN rain today ending tonight
and becoming mostly
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fair on Friday. High today 55
.t 4lA' ,b.d Junior to 65. Low tonight 37 to 45.
4 2688 r 4 3288 Increasing southeasterly winds

for for High Band Rates hour.becoming 15 to 20 miles per w a '

6.40 R IS Tube-Type rln a a r .. 6.40x15 TubaTypomtrm E-F-Gt Mostly cloudy with to 60. Southeasterly winds 10
t> drive High In ContestThe some occasional rain today to It miles per hour today
and this evening. Mostly fair becoming variable Friday.

m.e ewy a Ky4 ..tuinm,a Soy 4 TSaTJRI v r the mum.* s.y4uy3vy4. ruintitya Kathleen Junior High Friday. High today 15 to 73. J: Partly cloudy through
CHRYSLER'SEconomy School band received superior Low tonight 45 to 5$. In Friday. Chance of some showers .
6.70115 16.88 30.88 19.88 36.88 trs ,tee, 6.70x157.10x15 21.88 40.88 24.83 46.83 ratings la both concert playing creasing southeasterly winds today or tonight. High
7.10a15 21.88 40.88 24.88 46.88 r ,nx t 26.83 50.83 29.83 56.83 Car5YEAR and sight-reading at the district becoming 15 to 20 miles per today' about 78. Low tonight
7.60x15 25.83 48.88< 28.88 54.88 E 7.60x15 30.83 58.83 33.88 64.83 band contest here last week''I hour by this afternoon and In the sixties. Southeast and
pYICES end Bandmaster Ervln Hamme variable mostly northerly on south winds 10 to IS miles
7.50x14
19.88 36.88 7.50x14 24.83 46.83
Friday. hour.
disclosed today per
8.00x14 24.88: 46.88 roc'T rerl tountedr4 8.00x14 29." 56.88 In addition members of the Halt Considerable cloudlKI Partly cloudy through
6.00x13 19.88 36.88 try = 6.00x13 24.83 46.88 band earned 2t superior ratings ness with chance of some Frldsy. Chance of some showers .
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roua soul China sans Soviet military aid an estimated 2.5 million men;
IOADMASTER the Soviets are still supplying
88tt. the others are In the technical
clc SHOCK = GASCAH was presented In a little-noticed services and air force. the Red Chinese in quanity! is
ABSORBERSi speech last year by Roger Hits-! aviation gasoline and jet fuel.
a8 SPRINGS NriON tomasonaa. Why wait any longer? Take man, assistant secretary of state Insofar as Western intelll The source estimated the
Z to A SEAT BEITS ,',.M"nl. ,,'", ie? C t eAt the key and drive the for Far Eastern affairs (who'''gene knows China Is not yet a army strength as 110 to 120 divisions
66or. "'+'I resigned Tuesday). I nuclear power but for 10 yean
wraASratunos 88 ?! s..soutadsM SIMCA 1000 today. Find of 12,000 to 15.000 men
l .+r + alaa.rd./.Me1 ? out why owners say Its the He said: "The free nations of China was sheltered beneath the each. About 10 per cent of these
roomiest best styled and Asia are by no means out of nuclear umbrella raised by the divisions, he said are believedbe
most economical ear for the danger. Communist China is still Soviet Union. motorized.
a money today. capable of grave and costly mis Now there is an ideologicalsplit While each division may haveas
IGNITION chief. But It Is not a formidable between Red China and the many as 400 vehicles, he
power In terms of modern technology Soviet Union. Whether this said, most material used by the
TUNE-UP NO O, SPRAYER PAUL NAYLOR ," means a removal of the Soviet Infantry has to be carried by
KITS Strength Known nuclear shield is a matter of de- coolies.In .
aa.a EXHAUST MOTORS bate. brief, the Red Chinese
MoutotNO CAAR[RS EXTENSIONS b 97/ 'lYK NU' Any armed force with claims But there is no debate over the army's mobility Is believed to!
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which indicate the fires near centers of population.
AUTO lOT Florida Citrus Exposition !of military adventurism within Another factor hampering mobility
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been dampened considerably by the source said, noting that the
COMMISSION OIL LOOK OIL the Soviets' action.Confrontation. Chinese soldier In camp Is ex
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assessing Red China' military continued it means that the
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Special GuestsHONORING they have not received any from' not placed a single soldier of
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s three or even four nights a week, Lent can be a wonderful opportunity i :' Work ApprovedWASHINGTON Against Commies
for homemakers to brush I';
when you know how to give fish ;,','
up on fish cookery and Improve .: .: A
(AP)
and seafood delicious new floe their status as a cook by learn. Said In Offing
. vor. A great gourmet once said is 4s ing how to make fish dishes beach erosion project at Fort

that fish should swim twice h taste like gourmet fare. Hearty Pierce hat been approved by HONOLULU (AP-A beefed-

once In water once in wine. He chowder, delicate creamed the Board of Army Engineers up offensive against the Viet

meant, of couse. that fish are dishes, chunky salads And appetizing for Rivers and Harbors Con-,Nam Communists is In the offing .
more succulent, more delicious broiled fish are all good gresslonal approval till is according to the commander
when they are cooked In a sauce eating You may find that once of U.S, military forces In the
flavored with spirit Now we've Lent is over these dishes will needed. I Pacific and Far East.

discovered a new and InterestIng stay right on your menu list for The announcement Tuesdaywas Adm Harry D. Felt, who returned
extension of that very sound all the months of the year. made following earlier approval Tuesday night to hit
Idea, a way to give fish special One recipe which will start by the division engineerIn Honolulu headquarters from a
flavor that makes. It elegant you off on your fish cooking Atlanta. tour of the Far Eastern countries

enough for your most formal course whether you serve It to Under the plan there wouldbe stressed that future military .
dinner occasions or most important family or to friends, Is so dell. d ...tee a SO-SO cooperation between the maneuvers In South VietNam
party buffets. clout It will prove the unexpected federal and local governmentson would sea government

We've spared our shrimp the dividend that a Lent, properly the first 1.2 miles cf beach troops Increasingly taking the
hot-fat treatment, and simmered observed can bring. Thin south of Fort Pierce Inlet and Initiative
them until pink and tender in spaghetti la combined with a 70 per cent federal and 30 percent "The fight must be carried
water seasoned with bay and cream sauce and big chunks of I :local for the next mile ofshoreline more and more to the Commu
Bourbon whiskey. The shrimp salmon. Up to that point It's known at Lion Club l nists. Felt said
stock is the base for a delicately good alright but when you add 'Beach Park. Asked if he would advocate
flavored sauce with whatls-it the extra ingredients of grated I Federal aid for constructionand pushing the war Into North VietNam
tank that will delight guests.: Swiss or Gruyere cheese and 11 maintenance over the next felt retorted "I've been
And best of all, this Shrimp In the tip of tangy mustard, you've 10 yean would amount to $59J reading the newspapers too."
Bourbon can be prepared In less lifted it out of the ordinary Fri. 000. He wouldn't comment further.

than half an hour, and will keep day-night compromise Into something "a' \ da I IJ'
in distinctive. It', easy to c ems "rl
warm a chafing dish'or' T
a tabie-warmer until the last make, too. Spaghetti couldn'tbe j ,1 l\ PBest Reason

spoonful has been enjoyed. I easier you've made cream l u
fish filets sauces since the first year In
Ordinary reach ex- I
traordinary heights of subtlety CRAB MEAT CASANOVA heated In butter and wine and high school, and your electric for

when they are poached in the blazed with flavor is the most elegant chafing-dish specialty :blender and produce will grate the breadcrumbsin the cheese SPAGHETTI takes a Lenten turn when baked with chunksof ;
oven in a wine-flavored bouillon of the season Simple fish filets become fare of
, worthy company I seconds. canned salmon and grated cheese In a creamy sauce
sauced With butter and wine andflamed when baked in wine .
they're a sauce garnished withgraph
I What to serve with It? Not
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at serving time with and served In a fragrant bunt of flame. too much because the hearty R 1sin0at;
Juniper-flavored gin. I spaghetti combined with the flour and cook stirring, until greased baking dish and bake Inl
Crabmeat Casanova can be the tan party buffet. Blaze It at thew.ter. add gradually and cook.
mixture Is blended and
bubbling a preheated 371 F. oven for 20
protein of the cheese and sal
of the table for glamorous effect. stirring, until sauce thickens I ands h.( M
specialty house as It bat mon (salmon's Just chockfull of Gradually stir In liquid and minutes. Serves 6.
favorite restaurants. Serve smooth. Add wine Pour I
SHRIMP IN BOURBON nutritive bonuses, incidentally), cook stirring until sauce Is .
this mixture of crabmeaton sauce over fish Bake in moder SALMON CANNELONI uxxw uuwIal.wJa.r
savory
2 develned smooth and thickened. Stir In
pounds peeled raw !and the milk in the sauce, really -
freshly made toast or in shrimp (fresh or frozen) ate oven (350) about 20 min, makes a one-course meal mustard and salt Add cheese % pound manicotti I
patty shells, as the first course Y cup Bourbon utes until the fish la opaque You might want a crisp and stir until cheese ia melted I pound can salmon, drained
I green
of an elaborate dinner; or as a Bay leaf and flakes easily with a fork. salad, with a good French dressing Flake and fold In salmon and flaked
fork hon d'oeuvre on the cock. 1 teaspoon salt Five minutes before the fish is or, better yet, serve crisp, Cook spaghetti according to I pound ricotta cheese

U teaspoon pepper cooked add the grapes Bring carrot strips and cauliflower, package directions Drain and % teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons butter the dish to the table. Heat the flowerets with just salt and tOil with the sauce and V4 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons flour gin in a metal spoon Ignite it, some large black olives. browned crumbs Turn Into a yt teaspoon hot pepper sauce ROMANNONWILTING

Put shrimp into saucepan, add and pour it flaming over the This dish needs no apologies,I 1 teaspoon dill weed

Bourbon bay leaf salt and pepper the fish Baste with the sauce until whether It's served for the purpose And Sikes 2 cans (8 ounces each) tomato
flame dies. Serves 6.
and enough water Just to of keeping the Lenten fast, Haley sauce
cover. Bring liquid to a boil. CRAB MEAT CASSANOVA to live work or just because it % teaspoon oregano STARCH
Simmer shrimp 54 minutes, un yt cup butter tastes so good! Vote AgainstTax yt teaspoon sweet basil 1.: .
til pink. With perforated spoon, 1 onion, finely chopped SALMON GRUYEREA I >4 cup chopped parsley V
s remove to serving dish Reduce I'/4 pounds crab meat chunks, I-pound can salmon I ReductionWASHINGTON Vt cup: grated Parmesan Gives non-wiltAng finish t
liquid over high heat to about fresh or frozen Salmon liquid plus milk to cheese Keeps shirts, blouses fresh i
IVi and strain. Melt butter Cook manicotti In boiling salt '
cups salt measure 2 cups (AP) Only and clean looking longer
stir In flour and cook a pepper 4 tablespoons butter ed water until tender. Drain
e,1 minute or two. Stir in strained 2 tablespoons minced parsley 4 tablespoons flour two Florida congressmen were and rinse In cold water, Combine .
reported as voting against a d
stock, cook until smooth and y cup white wine /i teaspoon dry mustard compromise til.S billion tax re- salmon, ricotta cheese, salt ,
thickened. Add shrimp reheat, pepper red pepper sauce, and +
K cup whiskey 14 teaspoon salt duction bill saes
Tuesday. They were
Add more salt and pepper to Melt Swiss dill weed and beat until smooth 'kk /'
saute
butter chopped onIon ft pound or Gruyere Rep. James Haley and Rep
FAMILY FAVORITE taste. Serve with rice to (. until golden; add crab meat cheese, grated Robert Sikes both Democrats. Fill manicotti with salmon fill- w 4c
when this FISH FILETS VIGNERONNE toss over heat two minutes. Add 1 pound thin spaghetti Voting for it were the follow Ing, use about 3 tablespoons for *:--
even waa a 6 filets of flounder or 'other salt pepper parsley and toss I cup fresh bread crumbs, Ing Democrats: each. Arrange stuffed manicotti

"hotrod"! white fish Add white wine, heat, stir, Heat browned In 2 tablespoons Bennett, Fascell, Fuqua Gib- In greased shallow baking
salt pepper In small melted butter dish. Combine tomato sauce, ROMAN
whiskey saucepan ignlte bons, Herlong Matthews Pepper
2 tablespoons lemon Juice and Drain from of sal oregano basil and parsley. Pour
pour flaming, over liquid can and Rogers :
2 tablespoons butter crab meat. Serve immediatelywith ,mon Into measuring cup and add I Cramer and Gurney FloridaRepubllc.n. sauce over the manicotti and il l',11
1 tablespoon flour ; toast. Serves ( as main milk to measure 2 cups In ., also voted for the sprinkle with Parmesan cheese
r' I vegetable bouillon cube hon stir in Bake In a preheated 375 F.
dish, 12 for d'oeuvre. ,saucepan melt butter bill. I
.
l'/4 water oven for 25 to 30 minutes.
cups '
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\ ft cup white wine

2 cups grapes seedless or seeded I Variety For Lenten LuncheonsLOBSTER I

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ii cup Iin.Season
STILL AMEIICA'STOPSELLING the fish with salt and I I Y

HANOI pepper sprinkle with lemon I The meal on which the Imagination -Ing a luncheon during the pre- STICKS

juice fold and arrange on buttered stalls during Lent is Easter season, select Lobster '
For colorful new kraut recipe baking dish. /I cup butter or margarine
booklet write SILVER FLOSS lunch. After a certain number Sticks as your entree. Crisply A cup flour
dept N, Phelps, New York stir Melt in the the butter flour cook in a saucepan one minute of standard meatless menus, the coated with Corn Flake Crumbs, '/i teaspoon salt The dish

Dissolve bouillon cube in noon meal becomes repetitious.To the savory lobster croquettesneed yt teaspoon pepper
inject variety try some Of 1 cup milk f
these tasty new Ideas-using sea only a sprig of parsley and 2 cups (2 '-oz. cans) lobster

OVERWEIGHT? onds. some lemon wedges for a garnish meat broken
Certain to be popular with A green-and-gold tossed 3 cups Corn Flakes or

DANt USE SUGAR youngsters are Salmon Burgen salad of orange .sections sliced 14 cup packaged Corn Flake
? buns the Crumbs
Served on sandwich avocado and remain or endive
filling Is a salmon patty sea- 1 egg wellbeatenMelt
m oned with onions, panley and with a tart clear dressing will butter In medium-sized

Use catorfrt9. .fweo : SWEETENER! ... mustard. Packaged Corn Flake complement the seafood main saucepan; stir In flour salt and thatwilichailgeyourmhidahollt!

Cede Mttenf Witt-Ilk*.....,,,... In bow *"caw,., N Crumbs help to extend a one. dish.An pepper, Add milk slowly stirring I
fruit, and .borrtot. In cooking belling, end .,....Inl.Conilin. pound can of salmon to make old favorite Is revived using constantly. Cook until thickened -
no sugar no odium, no cdorlm to add unwanted sandwiches. Accompany a new product Croutettea

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stirring Re-
eight generous occasionally.
Founds Try FASWIET lod., lI'a dtllcloue.!
the savory burgers Herb Seasoned Stuffing Croutons -move from heat; fold in lobster -
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and a bowl of potato chip ). in Tuna Tlmbales. Serve inch pan Chill Cut Into 12 portions
BITTER AFTERTASTE If you're. entertaining by sere these easy-to-prepare Individual about 14 x 4 Inches. If
fondues with a mushroom, using Corn Flakes, crush into
cheese or tomato sauce made fine crumbs. Dip sticks In beaten
with canned soup.SALMON egg; roll in Corn Flake

SPECIALS FORFEBRUARY BURGERS Crumbs Fry In heated shortening I
I & until lightly browned on all
5 cups Corn Flakes or sides. Serve immediately garnished -
!',{ cups packaged Corn Flake with lemon wedges which

27 28 29 1964 Crumbs have been dipped In paprika.
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"' 2 cups (1-Ib. can) salmon Yield: < servings, 2 sticks
Nts qK '/ cup finely chopped onions each. fish
j +o ASPEC1Als Y / cup butter or margarine !
2 eggs, slightly beaten TUNA TIMBALES

w yt cup chopped parsley 2 eggs
1 teaspoon dry mustard 2 cups milk

% teaspoon salt 4 cups seasoned stuffing .
8 sandwich buns, split and croutons

POPULAR JUNIOR PAN SIZE buttered 2 cups (2 8'/$oz. cans) tuna, Do you think fish is dull and unimaginative, to fry and forget?
If using Corn Flakes, crush Into drained and flaked
praline cake fine crumbs Drain salmon 2 tablespoons finely cut We'll bet Booth Breaded Shrimp will change your mind with

pecan saving liquid Remove bones and parsley this recipe. This easily:
t skin; separate pieces Cook onions yt cup grated Cheddar cheese:
FRENCH FRIED SHRIMP (HAWAIIAN STYLE)
In butter until tender In
Beat and
milk
eggs together serves approximately:1 to 4))
each 59CDELICIOUS medium-sized saucepan. Remove I until foamy; add Croutettes and Fry 1 Th.Booth Breaded Shrimp in Deep Fryer 380 for approximately 2J minutes
I from heat. Add reserved salmon let stand about S minutes or unlit or until golden brown. Serve with fluffy whit rice and this Hawaiian style sauce
liquid, !{ cup of the Cor n Flake I soft, beat well. Carefully stir HAWAIIAN SAUCI
Crumbs eggs parsley, mustard in tuna, parsley and cheese
minced onIon
J/J cup tablespoons vln.g.rI
salt and salmon; mix well Spoon Into well-greased custardor
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cornstarch
Shape mixture into S patties, muffin cups Bake In moderate tablespoon tablespoons sugar
1 teaspoon soy sauce 1 No t can of crushed pint apple
about 3 inches In diameter; roll oven (350 degrees F.)
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hI remaining Corn flake ,about 40 minutes, or until knife 3/4 cup bouillon '/2 minced green pepper
coffee cake Crumb. Fry patties In heated ;inserted near center comes out 2 tablespoons butter, oil or margarine
m teach vegetable oil over moderate ,clean. Let stand about 9 min Saute onions In butter, oil or margarine; add combined cornstarch
heat until browned on both ,ides before unmoldlng onto soy sauce sugar vinegar Cook stirring Just until thickened add green
and crushed Heat but do not boll.
pepper pineapple.
aides, turning once. Drain on 1 heated serving dish. Garnish
: Place cooked shrimp around edge of a heated platter, pour sauce In the
59ct absorbent paper. Place pattiesIn with panley. Serve accompanied
center and serve with the cooked rice.
heated bun. Serve with lemon I with mushroom cheeseor
wedge I tomato sauce I The secret? Serve the best: Booth. Servo it tonight, and see!
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I From Russia With Love' I I A WANT NICE! > NANCY DELIVER WANT ENCLOSE TO THIS

New James I Sox OF HER 4 A CARD ? CARD
Bond Thriller
p TheStars x CANDYFOR ,.

By BOB THOMAS modate a beauteous secretary a AUNT MY Rv

AP Movb-TclevUlon Writer at the Soviet consulate who will /j FRITZ/J ''
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Sean defect only to him. Only she II Q
'Connery. who playa secret agent not really defecting; she has
James Bond on the screen, has t been duped by a counter-count- A
a theory on why the Ian FlemIng er-agent who-oh, forget It
hero enjoyed great popularIty A logical continuity cannot be Impel
In England. He reasons that written because there Is none
the English ego, battered by the These films are a throwback to nl llr

war and lu aftermath, was the Saturday matinee serials By Carroll (Righter w I
salved by the portrayal of a that were a Hollywood staple
countryman who faced International for many a yearformula ASaYLTIArIAGV! NESNx1 NlYa9vlAl1I
Aw1YAS 1rAYS/6NK ANDJgwSMPRO
villains and voluptuous: I Q IMFNN I11 ray NAf EA7vr0
females with equal fearlessness Simple rNE Yf I

Apparently the unwavering The formula Is simple Every
Bond continues to rule Brit- five or ten minutes, Bond li THURSDAY, FEB. 27 /r A l:: rg (
tania. United Artists gleefully bottled In a tight or deadly situ GENERAL I '
reports that the second of the atmn Will he get out? Of TENDENCIES: MOON CHILDREN (June 22 (rl ? v, .
Fleming films, "From Russia course The only difference between Today's Full Moon brings the to July 21)) Your best benefits
With Love," ha* already recovered these films and oldtlme possibility of big changes that come from being with new
Its $1,850,000 cost In serials :.s that you don't have to may seem to be difficult to group. now and cultivating
England. wait until next Saturday to find bear> but which have some un- those with a culture similar to
American Receipts out what happens usually beneficial results following your own Be broad-minded.
Gravy
There Is sex A parade of leggy IF you go along with Some letter from outoftownwill ALa
So the American receipts will languorous beauties appearr them with intelligence and an take your mind off the
be 10 much gravy. ready to surrender to the suave. awareness that whatever duties boresome, too.
No doubt the new film will furry-chested Bond, and most you have already agreed LEO (July 22 to Aug 21))
repeat the success of "Dr. No," do. to do must be completed In a You will either have to give !

a surprise hit of 1963 "fromRussia One brief moment In harming, interesting, particular an accounting to, or
"From expectIt You
With Love" is the same MEMO,JUST PBiAOsa NoW WHO VjbiXD ENCcncaMOKEY
Russia With Love" fashion from, others today, be MENTHE: WORLD
was a gem. so FfeBRUM oveR.J
kind of relentless entertainment HAS AM exm\DAY; A I IDEA LIKE THAT F
Visiting a camp of pro-Western ARIES (March 21 to April sure there is accuracy, efficiency -
and 'tiilE 6tRls
so Ingeniously gimmicked CtlpsE T E tALL
gypsies, Bond finds himself 19)) It is better that situations Get all of your affairs
so outrageously plotted as to YEARr,0 Cc
defy complaisance caught in an attack by Russian come out In the open now, well organized. Have fun with
Outlining the plot Is about as agents Amid shooting on the since you are better able to wife or husband socially inpm
stockade and covered wagons cope with them. Don't lose .
as capsulizlng the events
that easy led to World War II Suffice -going up in flames, an arrow your temper. Take time to VIRGO (Aug 22 to Sept 22)) 1cc
whizzes past Bond ear He help those who are 111, In need. Listen
to say that this time Agent carefully to what partners
considers the anachronism for
007 Is sent to Istanbul! 1 to accom TAURUS (April 20 to May suggest instead of trying
an Instant, shrugs and continues ill:
fighting. 20)) If you change your attl- to find some petty mistakes .'
tude toward both Reach new understanding Fu.
loved
your
That made the whole
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN thing one and comrades, you find ture will then show far greater YrtT
:15-SHOW T:00 seem worthwhile you make headway faster Get profits, an ease of mind, s".r: ::."=. ". ter
Tonight's The Night about socially Use that Infectious tensions
T* Co Out T. A MenialTONIGHT WATER SUPPLY smile more and you attract LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22)) T

The Metropolictan water dis others You are inclined to be somewhat '" t

(trio which of Includes Southern Los California Angeles) 21)GEMINI) You can(May gain 21 greater to June respect your fears suspicious, there, but Is no forget real PVE NEVER ARRANGED MiND., LAD. 1 Ap,1$5 S>4a1F tl II' I'- '"III' I ICHALKIE i 11I1 I II 111I11 II I IIIS III/I/I! I .

obtains its water from the Colorado from higher.ups now, especially reason whatever for them Is Get most busy doIng A RETURN. kI II I ,P(?
River via of Impor-
a system If you do your civic I =
Hut DrlvSIIowl"/ / .' I pumps and aqueducts traversing duly well. Later, study Information :ant. The worthwhile speeds = rr

At 7: 0. 10:55: 242 miles and several moun that gives you know- your progress
tain ranges, according to the how concerning modern sys- SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov I .gEt I
Gary Audrey Encyclopaedia Britannica ems. GROW. 21)) )If you are a little more expensive S If c
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with friends, they assist l + Iia
_ Grant j Hepburr you more. Use a little persuasion ;
since they have to be JI

Charade'] Kentucky ]fried ChickeltDINNER benefits led SAGITTARIUS, more accrue or less Mutual !J, n10. .iL'

(Nov. 22 to % 2.2 71rA:
ISfRILfDOREM .1. ijUmmn Dec 21)) Activity is the keynote _
=t now, so be sure to accept -
a Deunt rfCHNICMOr challenge to prove your Foreign Citrus : WORRY CLINICOrnithology
Imports
mettle, which problems afford -
PLUS AT 9:20 ONLY Covet the ;
support of the
3
pieces chicken french
BOB HOPI fries, influential Use positive approach Grows
LUCILLE BALL $1 Total 1,222,000 Boxes
"fANCY PANTS" COLOR cole slow, gravy hot roll . .
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to As Absorbing Hobby
LAST t Jan 20)) Step out of dull routine l'' of foreign citrus Into I state have reached 893,885 gal,. .
now, since there are fine the Umud States, between Sept. Ions, the equivalent of 600000
rrlN. NITS opportunities to advance all 1 and Feb. 15, totaled 1,222,000, boxes Argentina and Mexico: By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.
CARLOAD BARGAIN NITE about you Look Into profit boxes, said Herman F Steele were the principal suppliers ICIs

.. "BEND AT OF T .aa104.THE RIVER"DOCK able outlets Correspond with assistant general manager of In addition, 643 carloads, or CASE R-4M Don Bleitz lethe ers that are full of sunflower + a..,
HUDSON IN COLOR those out-oftown who have Florida Citrus Mutual. 321,500 boxes, have been Imported versatile head of a large seeds, cracked corn, etc.
ALSO AT .l. ONLY ideas, dateAQUARIUS. Steele said that while this I Is Into other areas of the pharmaceutical firm In California if
ADULT tNTIHTAINMINT (Jan' 21 to Feb a substantial challenge to country. Steele said 88 per cent IN ADDITION, one of our e
"CAPE FEAR" LUNCHEON SPECIAL 19) You have to 'use a more domestic growers, It Is far less of this total came from Mexico. But his absorbing hobby Is sons got some long spike. nails /1 L a, "nl 1.
a. PICK O. MITCHUM practical approach with others than the 12 to 15 million boxes Israel was second with just and had the heads snipped off ":.
birds
11 4 He Is a
to Mon thru Sot in all walks and spheres of which had been estimated by over 10 per cent These are now inserted into itua+
FILM I.AM D 2 pieces chicken, french fries, your life now Precision Is a some segments of the citrus industry Steele noted, "If rates of U. S. superb ornl whophotographs 1 1thologist I. the tree trunks and we then "t i..,
cole slow, hot roll OV slip ears of yellow corn on the
: MlVI IN tliSATM : must, too This also Includes Import duties had been lowered ,
personal matters at home with Mutual has estimated a total as the administration Is proposing birds In spikes
.L"IT. .".''I'll ALSO FISH OR SHRIMP color As a result Mrs Crane
C A R L O a O NIT mate. of about three million boxes for imports certainly would and writes a
now has scores of birds of
the have far these
ALL COLOR POOOO"" season gone beyond fig textbook thereon
PISCES (Feb 20 to March ures'. various species, plus chip.
TOO 'I'll"BACHELOR' 20) Discussing best policy un- 299,960 Boxes Imported munks and fox squirrels,
FLAT" ,Ktntu ky.Jrr d'l, ) rek tf der which to have better dealIngs Imports of oranges in fresh Mrs. Crane which come out for their free
TUUDAY WILD and I visited '
in the future Is fine with form Into Florida amount to lunch.
oo ONLY. partners at this time. Later, 299.969 boxes, with 82 per cent Italian SurgeonsCall Don and his We are not scientific bird I
I
olD"5 Weeks lUTTONt In a r Balloon"IIAN' III 1133 E. Main St. Ph. MU 6-4151 have fun together at places of of this 1 total coming from lovely Spanish specialists like Don Bleitz, but
wife Elvlrita.
amusement Join with happy Puerto Rico and Haiti. Imports Off StrikeROME DR. CRANE we have purchased some
pals. in o.m.ACADEMY .of frozen concentrate Into the when we were books showing color plates of
In Los Angeles two years ago various native birds.
(AP-Chief) And Don enthusiasm for
surgeonsat Indeed, we have identified
10 AWARD NOMINATIONS, Italian state hospitals called birds was so contagious that II species of birds at one time)
off a scheduled three day national we got infected with the same at our "free lunch stand" u 55tl IaIa.1. -
virus .
DOORS strike Tuesday night at But in the summer the chipmunks .
STARTS the end of the first: day So when we returned home take the feed and store I'1..a.t

OPEN I SORRY! NO The surgeons went back to, and headed down to our farm it In their burrows
12.45: CHILDREN TICKETS SOLD I work after Health Minister Gi- abode in Indiana, Mrs Crane One little chipmunk will fill
acomo Mancini promised thatan asked me to stop at the butcher his cheek pouches with corn -
!'DAILY TODAY adequate retirement pension shop for some large hunksof and then dart to his den. Iq.5

SHOWS AT 1.00-3:11.5:22-7:33.9.44: arrangement would be forthcoming suet, o.:
to meet their demands Then I nailed these to several BY STOPWATCH I have 1 l i.-
tree trunks outside the : timed him He will empty his
There are some 79 million picture window in the dining pouches and be back on the 400511 -
motor vehicles on the go in the room. ear of corn within 60 seconds

"BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR !" United States But she also has bird feed But the chipmunks scare
NEW* away the birds, so last sum 5:10Ia
mer Mrs Crane decided we .1-I
; : "BEST ACTOR"Albert! Finney "BEST DIRECTOR"Tony! RichardsonNEW must do something to elimin-
LAST DAY ate the chipmunks.
you FILM entries/ AWARD WMIOWN oTxSOltleloedtopOtDtllJop.a } She didn want to hurt them WEE
12:43 but she knew that our daughter -
BcbUope Judy was soon to arrive
label Cuts, from West Orange, New Jer
"A ROARING ENTERTAINMENT! "ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT! Where the As sey with her 4 youngsters

:- Surely DM of the irlloett bawdiest and funniest conwttM ever. let the gasping customers (all where they "marl"", Big Pictures e / +} +A air;.. So would Mrs. Crane prefer to felt watch the kiddies the. aloeS l.. A

brought to the screen A !mijor truths achievement""A .-JI... AM4.IM./, birds. 7soRa
-t..I.,C.Ihae N,'.",.. Ploy
In her dilemma, she boughta
"BESTCOMEDYEVER Starts Tomorrow wire rat trap that has a 1.Ta 1.-M
trap door and catches the ani / 504S
GREAT MOVIE: CLEARLY .AN ABSOLUTE TRIUMPH. { i : : tale whole, without injury. le-Ti
mmimmmmiI1immIH! !!!! 11.1041a
She nubbin of
mmmHmmmimmmHHmimim corn
a
A CINEMATIC MASTERPIECE put
Finney may be the greatest actor under 40 in the English !
Inside and set the trap out by
.THRILLING BAWDY LUSTY! speaking world"? -N.w.w..h To
GREGORY PECK TONY CURTIS 11I1 I the tree.
A work that must be considered! classic. Played to the hilt by ,.-- '_,- Within five minutes she gleefully 4.14MIa as-P,

Albert Finney -A.*.r wim/ **.N.r.r..t WHOLE "I wasn't :iii:::! called to me, where I a .
THE was pounding the typewriterin f rw-N
drafted! Youkidnapped =;; upstairs office. 1111TAI.
my
WORLD LOVES "A STUNNING JOB..BROUGHT 1111 1111iii "Oh, I've caught one al la11 -{.

: 0 "ONCE IN A GREAT WHILE THUNDERINGLY TO LIFE. me into your ready," she cried. IS-A aUII ,
iinnlyllwondfOultobeholdilterou"'lbaldromantiC.( ." it' BY THE time I got downstairs 1115N,
w outfit.
A MOVIE COMES ALONG Jom -Arrt"'IC./sM.S..vI./ she had the cage in "aaTnto
Explain that
the kitchen, but was looking
: THAT IS SO BRILLIANTLY i to the i mournful. <

ENTERTAINING IT LEAVES ,, Colanell"COLOR "I'm weakening fast. she laN..
"**** (HIGHESTRATINGI I) admitted, dolefully. "I thoughtwe 11 a1-.?
: AN AUDIENCE STUNNED OIB '
could take him a mile
a ,4N1.41Pn
I A DELECTABLE FILM:
WITH JOY.N..WOf' .. 'Jii away and release him in the
'r..g'IS.o
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\. I :-. I 0 Captain Newman "But he looks so cute I 5.10Nwso
These and
newspaper think maybe Judy's children
} would just as soon watch the la-A.
reviews < '-
magazine "
aeTn.hry
"A LUSTY, RIBALD, UNINHIB- l 'TOM JONES' WINS IN A chipmunks. the birds. What s e-wn

(ITED MOVI E...Hugelr. letbining.>> speak for themselves. S.j ROMP!I"One of the most engaging movies of this or "ANGIE DICKINSON do you think?" 1/eealINI

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THI515TH EVDII'ASCROS''y3
r DON'T w ..I1S BEEN COMING
Dh1EN lS (Tb THAT OL'Ritci
ABBY. ll 601146 TO STOPRAININbi DOWN FOR DAYS..EVERYTiitNI&5! SNOOPY JORDANI1i1il

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e What'lyourllfOblemHor general now, write (. II III I! 1 ti !I1iI h, ail ailwvLVIESt

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DEAR ABBY Demented people young and old, ihould be couldn't walk or tjmd up. I think she broke her leg or her OF THE BRITISH MAIDEN LADIES PATRIOTIC COCIETfGIRLS. |

exterminated. Burnt chronically ill and alcoholic likewise. back maybe i wanted to take her to the vet's but my big '

What good I* derived from keeping them alive when money I li sister who drives, thinks It Is silly and she won't take us. AMERICAN DETECTIVE CONTINUES DUTY TO!. -OFFER ITS OUFHWRIOTICI OURSELVES I HAVEN'T IV@ iJrR}

so badly needed lor normal people? I have made a study of My mother drives but she doesn't have the time. If this RELENTLESS HUNT FCRTHE KISSEIC FORINVESTK3ATION".r EXCEPT 6EF1J NCVER ME.7
octal misfits and have seen many "rest home filled with hamster Isn't OP COURSE THOSE WMO HAVE KISSED BEEN
going to get well, maybe she should be put to PROMISES SCOTLAND\ARD HEti. NEVER ,
county and state aid patient who have been ditched ALREADY BEEN KISSED FnbGIC'K. KISSED
by their sleep. What should I do? I am 12. GlVEUPUr4TlLCRIMINAL IS APPREHENDED '
families. Nobody cam a hoot about them. Some of these LOVES ANIMALS C CM FOSD\CK.rf'\ BYANYOOW"

people are completely gone mentally. Why keep them at the DEAR LOVES: Call your local Society For the Preventionof .1

taxpayer expense? All people physically and mentally in. Cruelty to Animals. Ask them If they can provide transportation -

capable of contributing to our society, should be done away for such a case,

with. Mercifully of course. This may sound hardhearted, but + *

one day this will have to be done. Sign me- DEAR ABBY read the letter from Gordy's Wife, who I

FAR-SIGHTED said her husband didn't care for the potatoes rhe had pre

DEAR FARSIGHTED: You are not the first lo sugarcoat pared for supper so he threw them at her. She said he threwa ((4 'Action photo of Food ICK Investiflotlno suspects i

genocide nor will you be the last But If you are one of "potato fit." She must have been one of those cool Scan II| at the Royst Ballet 1 trTNS

the "normal" people who would survive the exterminations dlnavlan women. I would have thrown a "gravy fit" to go

you suggest-God help us, with the ) '
potatoes '
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DEAR ABBY One of my hamsten got loose and we found TV CAMERA'S GO GOWN 0.Qo ; ? O .

her in the piano. She was caught in there and must have gotten CONFIDENTIAL TO "LIKES TOM:" Smile anyway. No PICKED UP SOMEnlING fd ;,, closes! ,o ;0 oG .5 o'0: 0",1 0. a..e.: ::. /

pretty beat up because when we finally got her out, the one se desperately needs a smile as one who has none to give.PUZZLE HEY' LOOK Q' ,Jtl0 t.,'v...,.:.."

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Prem the NNnIMa55MYaw Greater Pompano Beach. fees for the 1964 elections.

Interlude 25.000 to 75,000-Tourist, greater The latest to qualify were Lakeland Toastmasters Club's 0 1a &; /y l!

*..t-Maoie Pawinatino Cs'M1.sOw War" Hollywood and Panama City- Rep. Robert Siket of Crestview, annual speech contest.

-Mioieel InterludeIt Bay County (tie); Community, lit District and Rep. Don Fu- In his winning address, "Wel h + /
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Over 75,000-Tourist, Tampa; 2nd District; Rep. Syd
INCOME TAX Community Jacksonville; Indus ney Herlong of Leesburg, 5th proposal for medical care aQ J W WIT!) zaso, tr's

Get yoHf la. cut tirlyt ,trial Jacksonville. District; Rep James Haley ofSarasota for the aged under social se NE1; ZERO ',NEe Hee.

A Big Value Service Special recognition for com I 7th District; and Rep curity. )'OIJ HEARD THI NlWS yKPI.IN HA AV

R. G. JENNINGS munity developmentHoliday Sam Gibbons of Tampa, 10th Also competing were three
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,let tin. .'. whose powerful gamma rays forms the backbone of the month competing against winners
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;Definition Of Witness Issue In Ruby Trial, I IBy



TOM JOHNSON lion of that. the TV viewer aaw less than the an event through field glasses. vision shoot down the accused

Associated: Press Writer I "But we contend that I man I person actually at the scene 'urely there would be no assassin of President John f.*

DALLAS (JTt-Th main blue sitting at home and seeing a They stress that there Is a fund- question that an Individual who Kennedy.
M1y that has arisen at the atart of picture of the same thing is nota
amental and essential difference observed through field glasses
the Jack Ruby murder trial IB true witness FAILURE "FIASCO" r
between being present at an would be competent to testify to
this: I "For one thing, hit two senses, ridiculous fal1-
to a
Is an Individual who watches sight and hearing, are once removed event and seeing a picture of the extent of what he observes," Referring
an alleged crime on television from the actual scene: of that event I Belli said. ore as a "fiasco" comes from
,
competent to testify at a witness the crime," Wade pointed out Belli, however, told the state As things now stand, it appears -the Venetian glassmakers. If, In
? that Jack Ruby will\ be blowing, the slightest Haw was
Difference Stressed supreme court that there Is no detected, the bottle was turned
judged guilty or Innocent by a
Ruby'a lawyers asked the Texas The and difference In the two. He clte' flask called
Supreme Court that judge prosecution jury composed at least partlyof Into a common a
I { week. The high court questionthis declined agree that the point Is not that the example of a man watching' person who saw him on tele fiasco

to rule on the matter.

rwu The question can be put another -
way: If seeing an event
on a television screen really
"seeing" It?

M Attorneys Disagree We're proud to report:


Jp- Diet Ruby's Atty. Henry attorneys Wade say says yes no. This is the year of The Incomparable ImperialImperial

Judge Joe B. Brown, presiding -

at the Ruby trial holds with I It the most wanted luxury car in years Our sales figures prove it. Actually, there were more Imperial orderedIn

the district attorney. 60 days than were sold in the entire 1963 model year. We hope there will be no delay in filling your order. But Imperial
"To see a picture of a thing
r _Is not to see the thing," Brown production cannot be rushed at a sacrifice of quality You wouldn't want It that way. And when you see and drive

-I 'said yesterday after court "A Imperial, you will understand why it's the one fine car worth waiting for. Enter the quiet world of Imperial today

person who sees a television plo
tore of an incident Is not a be-
GIFT FROM GULF A $313 check fnm Gulf Oil' Corporation !la ,rotonrod ,a Dr. Cherie holder of that Incident.

T, Thrift Jr., h Mr, ,r.d.nr! .f Florid Sourtitm C.ll*,., by Goo 1. S. Nil, T.mp* oroo ..!.. milt. The Issue Is Important because
I .I", ."< N.)... Ay.l., Uktlond' dlttribufor. Th. |iwnr, G"N'e tint to Florid' Southern, .It ono Texas law specifies that witness .
of "2 ".ld to .dllC."."" cwcrdi Hi* firm hi M"S' thlt poor to coli.... ond w" "...!Ho, .. es to a crime cannot serve as <1'

jurors in that case.

Johnson Administration Chief Defense Counsel Melvin ,
Not ielli of San Francisco has triedto

I ; serve subpoena on prospective -
jurors who say Ruby shot
Lee Harvey Oswald on television III
Pushing Otepka Developments
: witnesses on grounds to the crime.that they were TW

By ENDRE MARTON In the normal administrate subcommittee without author! Judge Brown has quashed such _
Associated Press Writer process, they acknowledge that ze tlon. subpoenas In accordance with

WASHINGTON un-Almost four the Johnson administration is He was dismissed from his prosecution objections.
reluctant to speed up this process 818,240-a-year post Nov. 5, when Such a move would greatly
months the Stats Department -
ago .
avoid on sensitive Improve Belli's contention that a
to stepping :
the department upheld the
fired Otto F. Otepka, its
toes in the Senate internal charges against him. Ruby Jury cannot be seated in
former chief security evaluator Dallas. aA,
for Insubordination. security subcommittee. The former security officer
:
appealed the dismissal and the Not Much Shown
Otepka Suspended .
Yet Otepka II still drawing his .oUe
State Department, In accord-
salary-and will likely remain Otepka was suspended Sept. ance with Civil Service regulations Wade says that if a person
on Uncle Sam's pay roll for 23, 1963, and charged with con gave him early In January happened to have been standing
some more time. duct "unbecoming an officer of in the basement of the Dallas
Though officials at the State I the Department of State" by which a to list choose of six a hearing men from officer City Hall Nov 24 and saw the ayat/II M P E A L
Department maintain that the having allegedly given class for his case. Four of the six shooting in person, he would be RJ
I Otepka case Is "being pursuedThe fled documents to the SenateLet's were foreign service officers I witness and Ineligible for jury

and two work for the AgencyFor duty
International DevelopmentAID "Let's say the person standing -

( ). All are equal in rank in the basement saw no
i with Otepka. more than the back of a man
I I Play Bridge I IJ who
I Made stepped out from the crowd l
Otepka Objection objected to the panel, and to shot the Oswald.ground Then and officers Oswaldfell See It and drive/ it at your nearest Imperial dealer's tunam SWUMSS522SS3!

saying he could not
By ALAN TRUSCOTT expect an subdued the man with the gun,

J It sometimes seems to a play. trick, but there was no way to the Impartial men on hearing the list.: from any. of and said it was Ruby."That's HAROLD FUSSELL INC. 411 N. Florida Ave.-Lakeland Fla.
about what the television ,
er during the auction that the keep South from regaining the The department rejected his ,
'' deck has too many honor cards lead to draw the last two trumps objections, reminding him that screens showed. The man
I I if he adds the polnt minimum Indicated by the other tricks. Dummy's club suit provided the department, directly to the a witness, there's no que.__
players to the points he can discards for the losers. Civil Service Commission or to
see In his hand the result maybe Notice that if West had refused the courts. a
nearer 50 than the orthodox to take the second heart Should Otepka do so, however,
40. The cause can be an out trick, the defenders would have he would cease to get his pay.
right psychic bid, a possibility:been able to beat the contract. So he answered and repeated''
that North discarded in the deal If South had continued hearts, his objections against the six TLp"um Cllem
I shown today because the vulner- West could win with the king men. Otepka added, however,
ability was unfavorable for the. and then put his partner in witha that should the department insist
opponents. A more likely explanation low diamond to the Jack, since he would name Edward A. fill.
is that at least two of the. dummy would be out of trumps.East's Dragon of the AID Office of "Quality Merchandise _At Discount Price .
players are bidding on distributional Emergency Planning.
spade king would be the _

r deal values.Is from the recent setting trick. NEW LOW PRICES ON FAMOUS
If South, Instead, had shiftedto
New England Knock-Out Cham a low club, West could win
pionship in Chicopee, Mass. II and force dummy to trump a GENERAL ELECTRIC QUALITY APPLIANCES
Jeff
demonstrates fine play by
diamond. Now South could not e.
of Brooklyn, a graduate
Rubens run the club suit, and would be
student of mathematics at the
left with a losing heart and
Massachusetts Institute of Tech spade. QUAUTY MERCHANDISE FREE DELIVERY lARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM
the editor of the recent
nology,
Bridge Journal and one of the NORTH A AQS63(D) EASY CREDIT TERMS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE DEPT.

most the accomplished age of 25 In players the world.under V QJ8 FOR THRIFTY CITY SERVICE JUST PHONE FOR PROMPT LOW COST REPAIR WORK. TISFAC--
south. TION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK.
Rubens was
AK.JUEAST
The standard approach to WEST
hands with two tlve-*ard black AKJ92 ASM
suits Is to bid one club, as VK974
North did In this case. This J1098543 AKQ62
usually permits a smooth development -* 42 Q76
FRESH PERSONAL
of the auction, al SOUTH FOOD 13 PORTABLEREFRIGERATOR
that some experts
though it Is true A 1074V
would prefer to bid one A106J32


spade.East's overcall of one diamond *.7 1085 MAMMOTH FRESH FOOD STORAGE $95 :: J'

was unusual, because a vulner- East West were vulnerable. I--- !
able overcall generally indicates The bidding was: SitaR Zero.Degree) Freezerl!
the values for an opening bid North East South West WIT
of one; but he could not bring 1 1 IV 2 N.T. S Perfect for ftmllta/ ts awe 9 freezer
and 4 V Pass Pass 5. and want store roots for hub foods ,
himself to pass, a preemptive \ Aa Seen fsMcCsWa tlGHTEST-Weigh only 12
bid of three diamonds 5 V Pass Pass Dbl. Automatic Defrosting\Ririrstor1! Two
Mini-Cube Ice Trsys Two Porcelain Pounds
seemed too dangerous at the Pass Pass Pass sib Cfantouptpn
vegetable" Drswtrsl 13 es. ft
score. West led the spade five. BRIGHTEST-Daylight Blue I

Welt Is Startled Yohlme.77 11" Screen
Monet. -) ''
West was somewhat surprised Balloon To $
BEST-The finest
at the bidding, and particularly Carry components,
astonished that his partner could b ASK ABOUT OUR .' assembled with modern,
overcall in diamonds. There was Telescope Up JubileePatentt EASY PAYMENT WET reliable electronic SEI OUR COMPUTE LINIor
good reason to think that his TERMS wiring a-i-TiLivisioNj.
partner was bidding on a distributional I
To Sun
hand, so he himself bid Study II

conservatively.North the
I
was equally surprised PALESTINE, Tex. (AP) bJ'igldspring

by the bidding. He had a difficult Plans have been announced for AUTOMATIC DRYER I
problem. He was not willing another balloon launching to AUTOMATIC
to aettle for less than a game study upper atmosphere condi- madness

or a good penalty, so a nonforc- ions. Forget Rainy Days
ing bid of three spades or three Weather permitting, a giant _
hearts could not be considered. balloon will be sent aloft Friday Layer open layer of spiriting HI & LOW HEAT WASHER
A double of two no-trump would from the National Center for Atmospheric .It.dee of patent.,for a spark.lin -L
have been one good way to show Research just outside oealOlIotret. AIR FLUFFEASYCLEAN NON-CLOGGING FILTER
bid this east Texas city in what $12.9 9
a strong hand, with a further ... adssense.
after the expected run-out to is called "Project Corona. LINT FILTER ? a ; ." 3 WASH CYCLES

diamonds. scope." SNYDER'S SHOE STORE ,,, \ 12-POUND CAPACITY RINSE TEMPERATURES
Officials said Wednesday the
Another possibility was a cue-
bid of three diamonds. His ac- balloon will carry a 1,300.pound Btj 117 SAFETY START SWITCH UNBALANCED LOAD
tual jump to four hearts was an telescope to 100,000 feet above QeltShS.. Kentucky CONTROL."FILTERFLO"
"intuitive" bid, based on the the earth to examine the sun's Downtown
high probability that South held corona, or gaseous envelope. \

heart length. When there Is violent -1 r wF
around the table, DRYEs $129
bidding DA.51a Y $196
Need Cath It fay BilliT/
any suit that is particularly bid k

is likely to be a long one. M[ wrnII 516 Y.D4 sow.
However, West was not silenced iO

and North decided he Tn. Man To See
might as well follow through
with five hearts. AT

South diagnosed the spade ACCEPTANCECORPORATION
lead as a singleton, and put TLpIlq (11q
up the ace from dummy. The
oi, heart queen was finessed and
x correctly allowed to hold by OP FLORIDA ,
,'. West. But when the heart jackY COMPARE THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS "Quality Merchandise At Discount Price
was passed on the next trick, CASH 2. CASH is CASH IrYoe
I West wrongly won with his king. Oa Mann Y..6at M.ntCs Yo 5t Meuiv LAKELAND
West's plan was to lock declarer 140000 $32,40 s4ooro s2/coo stso.ss sts, WINTER HAVEN
In the dummy, so he led i Tim she $2sou $tsoo $1oe3r o100r 1102 E. Memorial Blvd. Phone
Con sr P.rkenq MU <6-5185< 6th & Ar.. K, N.W. Phone CY 3-4129
ruffed,
the diamond ace. Dummy
made excellent AMOuNT3 OA F0t OTHER CAM I. WHAttOM MON. THURS.FRI. 9 to 9 THURS. .
and Rubens the LOAN$ IN OTHER "1M MM WM his in'" MON. FRI. 9 to 9
lead of the club: nine, overtakingwith PERIODS ARE COMPARABLE I DAY SIRVICI TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6 TUES. WED. SAT. 9 to 6
his ten. West won with thee 217 $. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND MU 3-3161 i
queen, for the defenders' second I,


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Season's Finale I 76ers Win One And Lose Another PlayerBy I


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS have afforded to lose the game sion playoff spot for Schayes'

There's quite a race going on but not the player outfit.In .

In the National Basketball Association Down To Eight other games Wednesday

For FSC Cagers these days and it doesn't The Hers down to eight men night, Boston won Its eighth

involve the leaden In the Eastern including Player-Coach Dolph straight over Baltimore, 10047
and on the West Coast Los Angeles
or Western divisions either. Schayes, came back from a 10-

', 'Florida Southern College basketball Macs close out the wyfJc' This one is between the Philadelphia point ,deficit to drop the Detroit whipped came Cincinnati from 103-97.behind and
63- 61 season tonight when they host Florida Con-
Intercollegiate
76ers and their trainer Pistons, 130122. But In the process
ference rival at 7.4 in the Lakeland Russell Stars
Tampa University : High
and who'll expire first from exhaustion forward Connie Dierking
School gym. Of course the 76ers turned an ankle and joined three Bill Russell grabbed 29 rebounds -
A win over the Spartans would give the Mon a .500 season. could win by default if the medic other Philadelphia regulars and scored 20 points to
Going Into tonight's fray FSC has won 12 while losing 13 con- runs out of tape. sidelined by Injuries pace the Celtics' victory. Frank
tests. The FSC five downed Tampa once this season when they ; .t ha91Jt Philadelphia, which Is begin The victory cut the magic Ramsey broke it open with
took the Spartans into camp, 95-89, on Dec. I la Tampa at the 1 ning to resemble the Spirit of number to one for Philadelphiawith three straight free throws after
George B. Howell Gymnasium.A '76, won another basketball the next 76er victory or the Bullets had rallied to move
victory would also give the I game and lost another player New York Knickerbocker defeat to within two points with 3:56:

Moccasins a .500 mark In the guarding tonight. The 6-J Bron- Wednesday night They could clinching an Eastern .dlviThursdspFeb. remaining.
rugged F1C Defending cham- son, Mich, product is averaging c At Los Angeles, reserve Jim
22 points per game and has ROr King scored 12 of his 17 points
been grabbing It rebounds off In the final period as the Lakers
the boards per outing. Andrew overcame a 73-71 deficit at the
is considered by Tampa men end of three quarters Elgin
tor Bob Lavoy as "aU confer- : j Baylor topped Los Angeles wth
ence material" < 35 points and Oscar Robertsonwas

Stephenson, 6-2 guard from high for Cincinnati 32
.
Ashland ,, ', ,< >""' ,< J :
Ky., was a former St < '
Leo Junior College eager.: > ;" NEEDED
Rounding out Tampa's lineup Dleiel truck trectere net mere
will be John Pooley, forward, TWO VET MANAGERS CONFAB Twe veterer metes) belle tmmtere end twe .1.hI,_. then fwe yeere ellI te leeM fet
Mike Irvin center and Gary cental MM get ..5.a, h, ...-.... cenfeti yesterday ...... Hie Nw Yerk Mere-Detrelt Tleerfemihend pulling trailers ,In Central FlerId .

Dalton JUanS.Cocaptalna. hlblrle. ,."'.. At left le We Ce'ey-Ce ey Stengel while/ Tiger Meneger Chuck D.... 27, 1964 20 weekly.*. Permenent Cell Termlnel tease, Men pay

TIm EUnauel ten Menu re be Iliteiilitf cenfully te Stengel's _", ...ta. Ledger_Phere iy_Hnghei) esr, Winter Cerdeii, Fiend
and Dave Shlnkman, along 6S6-2T72.

with center Tom Dawsoa will .
-
be playing their last game In Dreadnaughts
FSC's red and white. Mets
Elsnaugle, averaging 23 point Tigers

per game and 15 rebounds will Open Baseball FRIDAY-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28-29
be shooting for All State, as wellDAVI


Tie 3To3 SeasonTAMPA You're Invited



.TIM. a csis tISNAUGLt., Greet: By JACK SLAYTON Lakeland's Dread- MOORE'S LEAP YEAR PARTY

taughts will open their 1964
plop Miami has already clinched Ledger Sports Editor
baseball season here tomorrow
for the eighth straight year, The Tigers are truly in a dilemma. They can't flippantly declare prep
the league Championship. : "You win one and you lose one." They don't seem able to at 4 p.m. when they WINTER CLEAN-UP OF ODD PIECES OF
Final standings In the a4. do either.Yesterday. lash with the Chamberlain

league will be affected onlyIf at Henley Field before about 600 fans they battled Chiefs at Chamberlain field. SALE MERCHANDISEIf

the Spartans win. That : 11 Innings to a 3-3 tie with a group of New York Mets and Me' The Dreadnaughts will play

would a give 2-t league Coach Bob record Lavoy'sfive and farmhands On Sunday they played an 8-1, tMnnlng tie in a their first home game Thursday You Failed To Get In On The 22nd
squad game. They'll try again tomorrow at 12:30: pm at St. Pet- March 7 against Jefferson Dragons -
would last tie
a place
with Rollins prevent College, who own ersburg'e Hugglns Field when they clash with the Mets and their at Henley Field at 7:30: p.m. This Is Your Second Opportunity

a .-1 mark In conference play. rookies again.Hugglns .
Either Ronnie Wade Ronnie
Closing out college careers Field is Just off U.S. sixth was the only bit th.j or
Baker will hurl for the
collected.
tonight will be five seniors, three 41 Fourth Street North) at Tigers Dreadnaughts against the ,
about 12th Avenue North. SPORT COATS AND SUITSAS
Moccasins and two Spartans. Top pitching performance by Chiefs with either Bobby

For Tampa, Chuck Andrew. The Tigers open their reg. the Tigers was turned in by Gates or Mike Myers behind LOW AS
and Jim Stephenson will be afar camp for batterymea
the
big Pete Craig;who stopped the plate
winding up collegiate careers. Saturday at It ..m. at Henley
Andrew. will bear closes 4 Field. However, the camp Mets cold and fanned four men The probable Lakeland Infield 1776
I Is rapidly filling up with reg in two Innings. will consist of John
SHINKMAN Wars Both A Kallne and Amado Samuel, Mets' rookie Rhodes Ib; Hal Hunt. 2b; El-
Settler
r I CeC.Pt.ieas Norm Cash were In town yesterday shortstop, started a pair of wood DuVal, shortstop; Mike
and both Indicated they Haseman. 3b. In the outfield
f all conference, honors In his may even work out with the double plays and had. two hits will be Ken Titus, Robert Moore SPORT AND DRESS SHIRTSAS
for the New York club.
collegiate finale. and either
Mickey Pennington
club before the drills start at ,
The Sarasota eager shattered Henley Field. M. YORK ace so* eon e -a isKTROIT a or Chuck Ross. LOW AS
-x, twe Individual records sea lee eee .a.-.a s t The squad will be augmented
this season and has already Squad games are slated for I **mll, HI....... (4), tank. (T). WMflttitr following the basketball season 176COTTON
noon Saturday and 1pm. Sun ters US) ..d Pisan atr.hr.wn Lus
gained a place la the Moo : bra
CMi-m 14)) several
In m. Fitted by players currently on
rookies
Athletic Hall of Fame. day Involving Tiger tr (*>, Mlllw lip and tulUv.n, Fill
the Early Camp and those who I p. the cage Dreadnaughts.
\ I The 6-3 Jumping Jack brokeFSC' H. "III.
have been drilling with the,
aa Individual season' scoring
and rebounding records youngsters.The PANTS
I Dave Shlnkman will be one Tiger farmhands were Shuffle Meet Won Pete Brown Leads
i limited five hits in 11
ef the few Moccasins to earnleer Innings, to Including only five straight By Forrest, Paul MIAMI (AP-Pete Brown of I
basketball TheCarbondale 276
i = Mtless Innings, by Grover Loll Angeles held a five-stroke
Pa. er will Frank Forrest and Emily
Powell, Jerry Hlnsley, Ron Lock lead going into the third round
0 ,fir be sorely missed next season. and Harry Wilson. The Bengal Paul combined to capture the or the North-South Golf Tournament -
Tom Dawson, the most im- draw shuffleboard
your partner the Miami Golf
on Springs
hurlers were tagged for 12 hits
proved player on the squad has tournament yesterday afternoonat course: today. BROKEN LOTS AND SIZESMEN'S
and the Mets stranded 14 men
shown flashes of brilliance this the Civic Center courts.
season. Mac fans will remember on base. But they had to come The winners defeated Harold His par 70 Wednesday gave SLACKSAS
from behind to tie the score and him a 38-hole total of 139.
the 6-6
cagers deadly shooting Damude and Bill Brewer, 31-
from around the send the game Into two extra Tied at 143 for second place LOW AS
key. 28 finals I IP.ul
In the
4 Rounding out Coach Tom frames It was called at the end had reachedthe were defending champion Lee
and Forrest
TOM DAWSON Greene's starting five will be of the 11th by mutual agree Elders of Los Angeles, Cliff 476
Neta MeGlnnls
..I lad Game F. Heoder guards Bobby Bowman of Ft. ment.The finals and by Eve nipping Spencer, 13-6-' Brown of Nashville, Tenn., and

.. Lauderdale and John Wells of Mets Jumped on starter Damude and Brewer gained the Chico Martine of Miami. I
: Maple Leafs Don't Falrborn, Ohio.Dolphins. Frill Fisher for a pair of runs finals by eliminating Leora Norton Joe Louis of Los Angeles, the l
for mer heavyweight boxing
1\\ In the first Inning. LaI'l'JBurrllhl and Paul Parsons, 74-42,' :
led amateurs with' MANY OTHER ITEMS AT BIG SAVINGSINTRODUCTION
Like Goalie Hodge opened with a doubleto and Nina Kading and Leta Mai champion I I'
Lose right and was chased home lott, 15-7. 51. -
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS by Billy Haas' double past -

Forgive Punch Imlach If hecan't JACKSONVILLE (AP-Geor- Jake Wood. Ron Swoboda,
gta Southern handed Jacksonville former University of Maryland I Kathleen Loop DOUBlt-BARRlllD
figure out Montreal goalie
University a 93-80 basketball grtdder, sent Hsae home
Slates TO
Charlie Hodge None of 1m- defeat Wednesday night, the with a single to right. The TryoutsThe CHAMPIONSHIP CARD

lach's Toronto Maple Leaf hock- first loss the Florida team has Mete wasted two hits In the Kathleen Pony League

ey players has been able to suffered In a home game this second Inning. has scheduled tryouts at 1 WINTERHAVEN '

solve Hodge lately either. season. They had men on base in all p.m. Saturday for boys 11 and SPRING 64If
The National Hockey League The Georgia squad unleashed of the next seven Innings but 14 years old.
Mike Rickard for 32 points after didn't tie the score until Jim The tryouts will be at the
Stanley Cup champions had Jacksonville clamped a tight d-< Ulckman greeted Tiger hurler Peny League diamond In
gone slightly more than two fence on Fran Florlan who Tom Fletcher in the ninth witha Kathleen.In SJZST; ARMORY You Prefer Step Over To Our

games without scoring a goal scored 60 points In the last contest long homer. addition to the boys, all I
against Hodge. But that was be- between the two schools. After two Mtless Innings' by Interested parents and adultsIn i' Saturday, 8:30 P.M. Racks Loaded With New Spring

Toronto's Jacksonville's Ralph Tlner Powell the Tigers tagged the the Kathleen area are
fore Imlach general I' WORLD rAG TEAM MATCH
was high for the game with 37 lefthander for a pair of runs in urged te attend the tryouts. SUITS AND SPORT COATS
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MURRAY ROSE report the commissioners were ". ;;:o\7\;\: \.. ""I" ." ,. "! i''!',111" ,. ;' Associated Press Sports Writer ,, "You wouldn't believe it
: but
BEACH Fit. (AP-
Associated MIAMI
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Press Sports Write satisfied there was "no wrong MIAMI BEACH (AP) -. doing" and advised the promoters One moment he I Ia a raving, listen to music, good wits
Visions of million dollar purse I that Llston'a $370,000 ranting maniac-stomping back music by
hours. He think
x the
danced in Casslua Clay's head I gate purse could be released. and forth with a cane, his eye worries lot a lot end
he a about
today aa he looked ahead to a I "The people got a good run glassy, his mouth pouring out I of his and the we|.
fare race
bright Haut future and more, for their money and a good :'II e words like water spilling over a world. the ai art
of the
chances to ., broken dike. k kS.
upset the alleged expens. fight, he said. ti
On at the
Tuesday
He said the commission would The next moment ha la quiet pre-mxm
The newly crowned heavy, turn over the medical reports u and subdued almost modest, weigh-In prior to his 1S-round

weight champion has aa Army requested by Richard Gersteln. t'.i! peaking in tones hardly audible Championship bout against Lls-
hitch in view and possible title state attorney (district attorney ''' 10 feet away ton, a prohibitive 71 favorite
fights with the dethroned and ) In Dade County. Klein, aa .n"" Now he Is a reluctant dragon /k day made an appearance ij

deflated Sonny Listen Doug attorney, Is an aide In Oar.stein's .-t. __ p. . ',. "I don't like to fight" he Convention Hall which left 300
Jones Eddie don't like to hurt onlookers In a near state of
Machen and Floyd office. .. .. says. "I peo-
Patterson among others. Gersteln said he had no complaints pie I don't like to get hit. I do shock.
Despite tats all-conquering record and no evidence that the ... -. '.- it Just to make a living. I may / Like A Madman
and his conquest of the Big| fight was not completely regu- 1- I retire." While his retinue of odd

Bear on a seventh-round technical lar but said he wanted the reports ,.' The words have hardly left friends carried banners ma
.
knockout: Tuesday night, the studied by official doctors: their echo when he bristles like screamed slogans Castiui
chances are that nimble Cassius to determine if there was any a finely trained fighting cock stormed over the stage like i
wouldn't rate better than even basis for action by his office. and snaps: berserk madman. He banc
rtjoney with any of them. lie Listen wearing dark glassesto THI JOINT IS JUMPING Arms sad legs flail,., *tw acrid h..vyw.Isht chse.pi.e CcnluiCl "I can whip any man In the CASSIUS CLAY his walking stick against tII,

was a 71 long shot against LIs cover puffed eyes and the cut 'I y Is lifted elf bw by k n4Ur Drew lrw Tutrity eight after acUInf title frm Sue, Lilt**. world-I'll fight two a night Justto Hw I DH l It wooden floor. He bellowed in-
ton.Thus under his left eye, said ha suf .An** vl t h.MN Ait* l* Dundee, right, ei!>a ccUtmi Hi* victory. Clay wee craw .* TKO who prove I'm right"A suit and brandished a fist at
there were possibilities fered his Injury In the firsts I U* n felled!l H tmiww Hi* bell for Mvtnrit nand. AP Wlrastato) Paradox his opponent
of huge live gates as well as round. Such la the paradox of Cassius boy, the hero on a white H* repeated over and over:

muHImilllon dollar closed clr Marcellua day, the new heavyweight charger destined to ride away "I am the king I am the grtat

cult telecasts: for his future Four-Bout Card Creighton Nips a CHIP boxing champion of the with the pretty damsel in the est I can whip any man in the
fights. world. final reel? world. I float like a butterfly\ ,
11-Maa Syndicate 'I At Winter Haven Thirty-six hours after ha had Cassius seems determinednever sting like a bee ramble, maD 5

These depend of WINTER HAVEN-Wrestling left the fearsome, reportedly unbeatable to let anyone-not even rumble"
course on .WSHOTSFr.nk
his service statue Bill F.ver'l fan are in for double excitement Violets 88-86 Sonny Listen a bleeding his closest associates-know.: It was a scary incident

sham, the manager of record: Saturday at the Winter Haven battered hulk slumped in A Big Game Clay's eyes looked wild and almost .
for the ll-man Kentucky syndicate Armory when two championship Hoover la just crazy: defeat on the corner stool, day There is a faint suspicion that dopey. Veins stuck out en
of businessmen that control' bouts will take place. By MURRAY CHASS No one can blame Providencefor about the Part Golf Center continued to be a complete all of this la a big game descendant to the. his neck. He ranted hysterically. .

him, explained the situation: The four.bout card sponsored Associated Press Sports Writer thinking it ls bewitched. The Why shouldn't he be? It', a enigma to the men who follow handsome, year-old .
"The Selective: Service people by the National Guard will startat NYU, which locked: up a batetball Friars won the NIT championship pretty good chance that after the fortunes of this always confounding of a Kentucky runawayslave. Calloused sports writers wit.
deferred Cassius until after the 8:30: p.m. and have not one tournament berth las last year but bypassed the sportIs He seems to get a puckish nessea to the unsettling scene,
fight and until he has sufficient but title events arranged by promoter week despite being handcuffed New York tournament this season he belts one off the tee, it'll he a charlatan and a hoax?' even fiendish delight out of were awe struck. They got into

time to put his affairs order" Cowboy Luttrall. much of the season Ihould've for a spot In the NCAA wind up In the cup for an Or la he-as he so proudly proclaims confounding the world. little cluster and whisperedtheir

he said "After he takes a vacation In famous world tag team blown the whistle on Creighton'. postseason play Since making ace Last week he garnered for the universe to hear: "He Is a terrific kid sayspay's alarm. This man isn't
Dundee.
he and I will sit down and ,champions Skull Murphy and Officer a second: sooner that fateful decision, ProvIdence his 13th ace at Par-S Gall -the boxing wizard of the age? trainer, Angelo right, they said. H* shouldn't
han
talk about whether It would be 'Brute Bernard will defend their Aa the battle turned out, the has lost two consecutive: Center when he scored a hole- la he an obnoxious, blabbering: "A perfect athlete, easy to be allowed In the ring.
knows
advisable to go Into the Reserves :title against the popular teamof Officer Chuck Officer to be games.St loudmouth, whistling past the die, but no one really Fined Him
and serve six months Haystacks Calhoun, the 601 exact-gunned down the Violets Bonaventure, an NIT team in-one on the 85-yard No. IS grave yard to mask his own Inadequacies him. In public, he la loud and The Miami Beach Boxing

with periodic service or go Into pound giant and Cowboy Bob 88-88 Wednesday night with a edged the Friar 78-75 in overtime hole A. C. Leo aced the ? Or la he the golden brash, but It's all an act In Commission fined him $2,500.

the Army for two years" Ellis. It will be a two-out-of- last-eecond: Jump shot which cl: last Saturday night Then, 80-yard No. 1 hole for the The commission doctor report

In either case Clay's title three fall return match with no maxed a tremendous secom .: Wednesday night St Joseph's other ace ed ominously, "this boy u

would be put on Ice for him until -time limit and the winners taking half performance. a very strong candidate for the First annual medal handicap !- Auburndale FavoredIn scared to death. He la emotionally

his return.Meanwhile. the full purse. Providence, meanwhile, Ia NIT, defeated them 67-62. That championship golf tourney unstable. He i* burning

Listen his injured The Big O, southern heavy-thinking of bringing back witchcraft left Providence with an 18-5 rec la underway at Cleveland away his energy at an alarming .
left arm In a sling prepared to weight king Bob Orton, tackles trials. ord. rate"
leave for his home in Denver Jap Hiro Matsuda In a title Led By II St. Joseph' stymied the. Heights golf course Tourney SWC Group MeetAuburndale Anyone who might have harbored .
The 30-year-old ex-champion bout while the latter's team NYU'a Violets National Invitation cursed Friars not by sticking; will be 72 holes and run from thoughts that Clay had a

and the fight Itself were clearedby partner, Duke Keomuke faces Tournament entry, a p- pins in a voodoo doll but by, Feb. IS to March II. Contact chance against the big bruising

the Miami Beach Boxing 'Ito Carreon. peared to be on their way to .n 'switching back and forth from I pro Don Gulla for details H Ig h' Blood the Regional championship at 8 Llston quickly changed their
Commission Wednesday The opener of the four-bou easy decision: over NCAA-bound 'a zone defense to a tight man Entry fee is $1. A round a pm. Saturday minds. This definitely was a

Tom Muscle card pits Jerry London, ranked Creighton, leading by 11 points o-man.: week la slated until the hounds are favored to capture In a poll of the four coachesof show of pre-fight panic, they
Eight doctors Including Dr. ,among the best in Canada, with % minutes to go. I The loser connected on 5 O I conclusion the Class A, Region 4, Group the teams In the tournament reasoned.The .
Lester Rassin a prominent ,against Joe McCarthy of Tiger But the way the Violets have per cent of their shot but could of the tourney 13 basketball tournament Auburndale was favoredon doctor counted Cassius'

orthopedic specialist, said LIs- 'Town, Tenn. been going this year they would not shoot often enough. They; Fourth annual Marion Stephens scheduled Friday and Saturday three of the ballots. Bar pulse and found It a runaway

ton had suffered a tom muscleIn I lose a game of cops' and robbers tried 44 shots to R2 for St. Jo.mph's Invitational golf tourney la at the Kathleen Senior tow drew the other vote. 120, compared with a normal 54.
his left shoulder and would Pony League if they'were the cops and bad which has 17 victories in March 13-15 at Sebring. It will nights School The Bloodhounds of Coach Bill This was a further sign of freeze

not have bern able to defend''I I Elliott Ness on their side 2} starts.Louisville be a 54-hole tourney High Kathleen and gym.Auburndale meetIn Alexander are led by the higl ing fear, he said.

himself If he had continued after Tryouts SlatedThe Appropriately, then Officer- Loses West Coast Pro-Am Assodation' the tourney's lid-lifter at 7 scoring senior forward Booty Casslus proved he can even
the sixth round. Lakeland Pony Leaguewill scoring four straight field goal Louisville, another NCAA en- Friday followed by Bartow .Etheridge. Etheridge finished change the pace of his heart
Morris Klein chairman of the hold baseball tryouts -led a Creighton rally that try, also lost Its second: Itr.lghtgame tourney Sunday is at p.m.and Pasco of Dade City at 9 as the Southwest Florida Con- beat to carry out any sort of

commission, said In view of the Saturday from II a.m. until sliced NYU'a lead to 81-80 ; 7046 to ninth-ranked De- Tampa Palma Ceia. Others: p,m. The two winners play for ferenca's top Individual point playful hoax.

noon at the Sportsman's Park Shortly afterward the 6-foot- Paul, which 1s headed for the March 9, Pasadena: March 18, the Group title and a shot .t producer with a 26.2 average Back T* M

FHA VA diamonds on the Fish Hatchery senior tied the game 84-84 and NIT, open; March 23, Seminole per outing. Two hour before fight time,
MORTCACI LOANS Road. Harry Forehand put the Blu- Two other NCAA teams won Ridge Pro-Am Association's Auburndale brings the best his pulse was a sound M. He
FIRST MORTCASI CORP. The baseball program for jays ahead M-84. Villanova, No. 8 in the nation Evansville Tops conference and overall record showed absolutely no sign of
OP FLORIDA boys In the 1J-14 age group Barry Kramer brought the handed Marquette Its 13th tourney today was to have Small CollegeAP Into the tourney The 'Hound, 'fear as he toyed with the soporific
.SIIVICS I* our BU1INSSS Is open to all boys living In Violets even 8648 with 15 seconds : straight loss 87-64, and Texas been at Plant City. Others: were 9-5 in the SWC and 13-9 fist of the mighty Llston
.. .....
0 riondi March 5 Bartow March PollBy
Ph.n. MU .11)7 Lak.'." Lakeland and the Lakelandarea. left, but that merely set up Western beat North Texas 62 56 ; 12, Cage for all games. Auburndale ended and finally slashed the champion
with a tip-In and five free Cleveland Heights golf club. '
Officer's winning shotLET'S In with Hardee of
: Polk County Women's Golf Association's THE ASSOCIATED PRESS a tie High Into submission."It .
throws in a row. Wauchula for the SWC runne "
was Just a game, Clay
Willie Somerset' nine pointsIn : next tourney will The Evansville Ind, Aces
up spot behind Plant City acknowledged later, In chiding:
be March 9 at Winter Haven.
little than minute have Increased their lead in
a more a
PLAYWE The Bloodhound are the only the "You
Others newspapermen. were
: March 19, Sebring:
i
late In the second: half sparked The Associated Press small-col-
April 2, Lake Region; April team: to bring a winning record too blind to aa it"
Duquesne to an 88-80 triumphover legs basketball poll on the
16, Carpenter's Home; April into the tournament. However On the day after the fight
St. Bonaventure In a battleof strength of two more victories
Bartow Pasco and Kathleen Cassius
30, Bartow (finale). showed up for a scheduled -
NIT selections ,lilt week and Grambllng's
: Pittsburgh Amputee golfers from the runner-up are on near-even terms Bartow post-bout Interview. He
another NIT entry, trampled second loss of the sea
southern states will participate and Pasco ended in a threewaywith wore a conservative brown
neighborhood rival Carnegie I in the eighth annual son.Evansville Lake Wales for fourth tweed Jacket and alack He
Tech 83-62. Southern Statea Amputee Golf collected six flrst- place in the SWC at 8-8. carried no banners His vocal

i Tourney at Warm Springs, place votes and 73 points In the Coach Wayne Mundy's Bar. entourage did not accompany

Motorcycle Club Ga, May 14-18. Virgil Ra.... latest balloting by a special tow Yellow Jackets were 8-11 him.When
age supervising principal of panel of eight regional ..alectora. for the season while the Pasco he faced the reporters,
SPECIALIZE ; aIN Schedules RacesThe Kathleen area schools has Grambling had one Pirates of Coach Dave St. his voice was low and modulated
been a consistent Irst-place vote and 81 point A of
high scorerIn John showed the sam won- so controlled that many
Flying Rebels Motorcycle that tourney Gary week ago Evansville led by lost mark. the men in the room couldn't
TEAM OUTFITS 81 g PLAVERS. .UTTte PLAYERS Club of Lakeland Is sponsoring Player and Mickey Wright only one point, 72 to 71. Coach Don Miller's Kathleen hear his answers, even with the

FOR YOUTH LEAGUES a motorcycle scrambles were the 1963 performance Assumption advanced one Red Devils although not sportIng 1 help of a microphone
ti\ race Sunday at the scrambles average champions among. place to third following its vie- a glittering record have the No More Mouth
AND SOFTBALL C" track, three miles south of tourney golfers. Arnold Palmer tortes over Stonehtll and Fairfield capabilities and personnel for "1 have proved my point and
TEAMS + Lakeland on the Mulberry and Bill Casper were Ineligible for a 18-1 mark. The Greyhounds ,defeating any of the other three I now I have quit talking" Cas

Road. because they had not from Assumption, Mass ,clubs. Kathleen was 1.13 In the I slue said. "I am champion I
In half of the of-
Practice begins at 12 noon competed are followed by Pan American SWC and 4-16 overall The Red I don't have to talk bold any
WE CARRY A and the races get under w.yat tidal tourney Player had an fofstra, Kentucky Wesleyan, Devils' line conference victory ,more. I plan to be a perfect
of .864 .907 for
to
average
COMPLETE LINE OF :2 p.m. Wittenberg Youngstown Washington was over Haines City. I gentleman
local riders Mickey Wright 50 points are of St Louis and Western at
Such as Johnny The
awarded the winner of each The tournament has four well- press corps weary
I Giles, Jim' Thomas, David Atkinson Carolina. balanced entries and either one I trying to keep pace with his antics
w tourney on down to a
9lia o and Jim Lockhart will for finishing l 50th Details point of could pull the upset.Baseball I gave him a booming ova-
be competing for top trophiesin Ion
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the lightweight class. Other the current point(March system) issue are of in Golf the But they kept their fingers
riders from all over the state Players rossed. Tomorrow is another
Digest magazine
SPORTING GOODS will be competing In the 12 11 I I fj' Sign Up SaturdayFinal day, and Cassius may be back

other events. with his cane and his frayed
The public is invited to attend I League Plans registration for two worn-out refrain:

the racea. There la no / /'/74Wm7mW// Lakeland b.seballle'1IeI will "My name Is magic. I'm the
RegistrationRegistration
charge for admission.Presbyterian WSDNS.D. CoLLteser be held Saturday at John Cox champ. I'm not Just the great-

GLOVES for LIttle VIII._ e TIM,. M....N......1r._...r.N. diamonds at 2 p.m. eat. I'm the double greatest"I .
LosesST. League and farm teams of the .N," liN. .L ._...nMwe ei On diamond No. 4 the Palmetto am so beautiful it frightens
;? East Lakeland Baseball : f..A'. ,, JuIf i>-__ II.uroMil League (11-14) will hold me."
Boys .......... .., .
5 c Teen (a.My
Gloves made of grade A tanned PETERSBURG (AP) Association lot. will be from ".nn ... ... .. .kur. 4*. Its registration. All boys In Next: Cassius. fighter or fake.
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leather deep oiled pocket Frederick College staged several J to 4:31: p.m. Saturday at the Ml 41V. .M.thoM .. fie. v./Nsi/ .> T* that age bracket, whether they
coma from behind rallies Combee School. nIce. ...,. MIT ..1.e" played In the league or not
strong webbing built for r N.n.r. Shufflers
years .. ... .. Begin
Wednesday night to hand Florida the w .n ir. TT last summer, should registerfor
and of Both parents must sign .,
years dependable service.. n. I TO
Presbyterian a hard fought jIr"'I-.I.: :: this
application. Applications must x.w ( .t. N.Neer season.
..... National TourneyThe
3-67 basketball defeat. OINM L. 54 H.n 140
Autographed Model be accompanied with birth Imml T>. p.ytan tl On diamond No. I the Lakeland
The visiting team from Portsmouth certificate and SI registration wN4......MI.H. On..M.,/rxM... C niMu M. U. Dixie Boys Baseball shuffleboard -
Winter Nationals
Gloves by Va, trailed 34-29 at halftime ee. NATIONAL aesoCIAT1.Nwsesseave League will register. The program
doubles tournament was
Rkh.rdsee and was 10 points behIndat All boys, 8 to 12, are .. HUULT Is for boys 1012. First
Bobby 1075Uf" ages .... 10*. '.1"_ Itrhil scheduled to get under way ma
R.,. 14.SO . 41-31 late in the third quarer. llglble. ....'.h.. 1M. D.tr *. 1X2LM tryouts for It-year-olds will b* Lakeland
An rtM tOl. Cnnau ST.S m. today .t. the
March 7 at 2 p.m. ; :
Jerry Lynch 1375 Shuffleboard Club course. The
U.S. 17,JOAND . tournament will continue '".

MANY OTHIRS morrow and Saturday.The .
tournament It I expectedto
attract a record number "'

players from all over the state
SPECIAL PRICES The tournament will begin it

6 a.m. tomorrow and Saturda>

BASEBALLS, SOFTBALLS I Jto I The Lakeland Shuffleboard Club
t 4 e BATS, SOCKS r 1C tk and the Lakeland Chamber "f'
Commerce are sponsoring the

event
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Baseball Undershirts

Rubber sole or metal Cleated 4I I/ C DeMarse, Forrest

'''"t: Baseball Shoe Win Shuffle MeetThe


=-' choose your partner
t i. HEADQUARTERS FOR shuffleboard tournament com
pleted Tuesday at the Civic
YOUTH LEAGUE EQUIPMENT Center court was won by Wal.ter -
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Miller Hardware sand Paint Co. DeMarse Chester Marshall and Debaugh 53-41.Forrest in and the defeated finals Walter -


after eliminating Paul Parsons
OUR 42n4 YEAR and Ester in an
Parson 88-23
WATIR MOCS FOR '** Here it the versify, shell rtitl *.r, N.. S; C.i4.iii Bill Dick., N.. 4; Kvrt Heck N.. I; 0.t. ,
earlier match.
QUALITYSERVICE SATISFACTIONPhone HN rtprMn. "lorij SmHunt Collies's w..., M.c ear eke 1M4 Nunn., N.. 2; .*4 Crate" Dy.. ....... ,...1 Shlpby" wet. not pnttntwh I Debaugh and Marshall edged

MU 2.2241 211 S. Tenn. A.Ye. _..... The W..., MMI, riMInram 1 to left Jim .._", co.iw.ln; Bill .n picture ... ...*.. Clinton Rule and Wes Boadway

i .......; John McLtd, N.'.. 7; Bob H....... N. sir Sob. D.. ,28-29, to gain the finals.

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A Big Race New State Cage Playoff PlanBy Cage Scorers


VIEW YORK (AP) Howard
JACK FLOWERS COACH DON MILLER, cal level for winning a tournament Green's tor
Komlves, Bowling
-- Assistant Sports Editor KATHLEEN-"I'm in favor of The only drawback is that
has chance
rid polntmaker a
By ARTHUR DALEY looked good enough to sweep High school basketball teams I the group tournament I think it might add a few more milesof to record the third highest sea-
CI: JV'rto \Jork Tlntf: the boards this season But the group tournament will bring travel" in major
In the State of Florida are 24 son scoring average
MIAMI When Hurry To this juvenile marvel pulled a the teams closer together and COACH DALE FAIR, LAKE history.

Market and Roman Brother sheath and had to be retiredto hour away from embarking on will provide more local interest. WALES-"I like the breaking college Komlvei ii scoring at a pace
leis! their stud a new and untried tournament The group will give the regional
stalls for the post down of the group tournament,of 36.I polnli a game National
parade at the Garden State Ranked behind him were ayitem teams more of a chance to advance but I disapprove of the selection'Collegiate Athletic Bureau atatiittci >
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last November they moved into Irvkup and Count Bud Both Forjhe first time In the history I of sites for the regional I think I disclosed today. He has

line one after the other went wrong. That left Parke r ,.., of the state the prep eager COACH JOHN EDWARDS, the groups will improve Inter been hitting an average of 40
The thin face of Burley Parke with an undersized fourth. a PLANT CITY-"While it should est in the local areas. However points a game since Jan 24.
was creased by I thin smile stringer in his batting order Rr will compete In a group help on a local level I don't the regional should be more The overall mark of the

II t the recollection. Roman Brother This would be playoff prior to the regionalsand like the group tournaments I crosi-sectioned throughout the 6.foot-1 senior ranks behind

"It almost was funny" said the same as the Yankees losing state tournaments.In I think It will be too difficult for state" Frank Selvy's 41.7 average for

Roman Brother's trainer "be Mickey Mantle. Roger previous years teams com the good or better teams to COACH FRANK MATTOX Furman In 1954 and Bill Me-

cause they looked as though Maria and Elston Howard so peted in group tournaments and reach the state playoffs. It takesa FROSTPROOF-"I surely think Gill'i 38 8 for Utah in 1962 Dar

they might have been father that they had to rely on someone then the state finds possible trip to the state tournament there are more than four teams rell Floyd of Furman currently

and lon There was Hurry to like well say Clete Boy.er away from some teams I that belong In the state playoffs. ia third with 359
Market a big and fine colt to win the home-run championship. Instead of 32 quintets goingto and the students I don't think Why not let the regional winner Princeton'a Bill Bradley. who

who stands at least 16.3 hands Gainesville as In past sea- the publicity In general on a and runnerup go to the state? mOlt likely will establish an

high and next to him was my It still can be done and the ions only 16 will get berths instate group level will be great enough I think the group and regionals Ivy League season scoring record

little fellow who barely was odds have been chopped down ODD LOT Gory Varnolteo 1040 ....... Vials St., Lake' tournaments for Classes to build up Interest as it wouldbe migh hurt the local interest due this wekend moved up to

15 hands high. But there' an considerably. The one thing Alfred., wane fithtng at Lake. Parker and. come Sat with II tpeckind AA, A, B and C this year. There on a regional basis" to the fact teams will have less second place in the scoring

awful lot of horse in that that helps Is that Hurry 1o' (hew did that get ...1.! td. .In thoroM one cotfith. H. ass fithinful will be four teams In each class COACH (SONNY) pOWElL, chance of making the state playoffs race. He'i hitting 32.9 points a

small package." Market the Harmon Kllle- of Hit Willis.,. IreHior Sail end Flillnf/ Center. LAKELAND like the Idea. ," game Just ahead of the 32.8
It'. besides the brew of the opposition also competing for the state titles. interest locally
point perhaps It should stir up COACII JACK DEEDRICK, average of Western Michigan'sManny
to mention that the has been sidelined. The experts 'rf The new setup will send the and should provide for a bet. Newsome.
WINTER HAVEN "I've beer
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strapping Hurry To Market look dourly on the cur FISHING-HUNTING ee/e/Er I winner of each group tournament ter state tournament because in favor of a setup like this for
beat miniscule Roman rent 3- -old as being to four regional playoff I be
the year crop f 9 I there won't ao many teams number of The mainreaaon NEEDED
Brother In the mud at Garden substandard Maybe Roman at sites throughout the state I ir I involved. Compared to past a years
Lake Fr
Morton gYy I feel the
because t
is
trailer ., 10 wheel
50 trector
each class with the four
region
State The more Importantitem Brother won't have to hit 60 years, the regional, for some state tournament was too largeIt lump trucks. to haul rock end
at the moment Is that homers He might take the al winners gaining the state t of the teams will be almost like adds more Interest locallyand tend ,In Control Florid. ,.,

Roman Brother could well be title with 30 from such as tournaments. going to the state tournament" statewide Tournamentiare I weekly. C.II Termlnol M ngtr -

t the favorite in the Flamingo Northern Dancer Chieftain Law Attacked ; How will this effect higr I COACH JOHN MACK SANTA more locallred. Less trove 1'I Winur G.r".", fl..

Stakes at the Hialeah closing Hill Rise Gun Bolt Mr. Brick school basketball? Are the t FE-"I feel It is real good. It I will be Involved." 656.2772Scfiwofoi'f's .

next Tuesday. If he should win and others JJ I coaches In favor of the new, gives a team a chance to play '
he'll rank the The Flamingo will being setup? What will the local re
that near top
By FRED W. JONES .: in its own area. The group tour.
for the Kentucky Derby and about the first confrontationof Fuhing-Huntltg Editor action be to the group tournaments nament will be giving most
Crown Roman Brother and North. ?
the other Triple events teams a better break This new
Hope and doubt keep spinning ern Dancer the Canadian- "Dear Mr. Jones: With these questions In mind,. setup will help basketball In the

in Parke's mind at the owned grandson of Native Read your article where everyone should attend the public The Ledger sports staff con,. state because of the sectional g 62CHEVY
prospect. Dancer. Certain parellela ImmedIately tacted nine of the area hint "
meetings to discuss fishing and hunting rules It Is Impossiblefor terest
"Can ao small a fellow take intrude. Horatio Lu- school coaches and received th.
us to get there as It Is for many others I guess, so I WAYNE MUNDV BARTOW-
following opinionsFSC :
who trams II
his the
all this? he said voicing rot suave aenor
thought I'd write to you. "I'm definitely In favor of the
thoughts "Has he enough substance him deftly indicated them. 1--
I live near Lake Morton and walk down there almost group tournament. It adds more
hold under It? "Like Roman Brother said
to up To Choose From
Yet I know he's tough and can the senor "Northern Dancer every day. I have met many people who wish It were possible Golfers interest and it puts things on 5
basis This
take a lot. He keeps surprising is small He was so small last to fish from the banks. Both my husband and myself like to a little ball more club even doesn't have to
a $1295
I I he fish but cannot on account of the law passed many years ago way
me-pleasantly, might spring- swear to you was get hot and stay hot for a long
that have to fish from a boat. Season
add not 15 hands high-that we you Open period of time. Instead of threeor
"To begin with he was a could not rush him Even now We read and enjoy your column very much. four nights all you have to
late colt who was born in May he Is only 13.2, but he Is com (s) Rita and James Robins"We PENDARVIS
do is get a club keyed up a couple
Because of that and becausehe pact and there la a lot of quality With RollinsFlorida of nights! each week It

was so small I didn't hurry In his head. He is well-proportioned should provide better spectator
him. I knew he could run butI and well put together had a visit this week from John Miller operator of CHEVROLET CO
appeal
honestly didn't think he had with a girth that's big. He John's Fishing Camp on the north end of Lake Julianna We Southern College'sgolf COACH JOEL WILLIS
the class. He convinced me In won seven of nine races and JJ J team opens the 1964 season I 310 No, Herlde Are,
"... ,.... I'to ... tomorrow when they meet Flor HAINES CITY "Personally lekeland
the latter part of last season was the only 2 year-old last TAMPA SAV TI/H-.riUv PN M: IM4I
.. ....,. .. of the tour
11 .m i I.w 1,4. I 01 m ( m MIH ( t* "M Mta, .Iahave I'm in favor group
ai a year-old., year who ran ai far as a mile :.m., nM.n MM* 7;If e 114 MU 1,4r a.;:.* ida,, Intercollegiate Conferencefoe nament You will actually end 4t

"When we came down to and an eighth. So distanceswon't J Rollins College at the Cleveland about the same number
been indoors lot because of sinus Heights Country Club here. up playing
Florida I discussed him with bother him"The staying a lately of In the It
teams as pant
my owner Louis Wolfson. : dapper Horatio Is bring. trouble and John dropped by the house to talk about fishing The match Is scheduled for a gives more Incentive on the lo
"Mr Wolfson" I said 'since ing Willie Shoemaker from the weather etc. 1 p.m tee-off.

this Is a late colt I don't California to ride Northern We discovered several things during the visit one whichwe The Rollins Tars defending

think we should rush him. I Dancer-Manuel Ycaza will considered quite important but which John just dropped a Florida Intercollegiate Conference I

wouldn't even feel too upset if be on Roman Brother-in the word about casually. champions, got an early'

I had to keep him out of the Flamingo and perhaps the One of the fastest growing aspects of outdoor recreationin 3.0 jump record on the Last season and the have Winter a.

Bahamas the'Everglades and Shoe will then make up his the past couple of years or so has been family camping Park linkiters year posted a 12-5
the Flamingo mind whether he wants the and national scale On
This Is true locally on a our 5,000oddmile string
but Roman Canadian colt his mount In I
"He agreed as
camping trip this past summer we saw plenty of evidenceof 's1
Brother didn't He got ao the Derby. But he won't hurry Southern's golfers compiled I \ Open
this and of the growing need for camping grounds and areas
frisky that he began to kick any formal pronouncement. a 3-4-1 record last year. Captain Monday
remarked he had fixed
So when John that
casually up an
the stall down. So I had to A few years ago the Shoe Scudder Graybeal of West ,
area ao people "could set up their tents or park their trailers" Conn. Is the LAST And
Hartford.
put a saddle on him to keep promised to ride lomy Lee at only
him from hurting himself. I Churchill Downs and then and added that he had three or four tents up now and a coupleof senior en this year's young Friday

let him get rid of those energies reached the conclusion that trailers, we asked some questions team. mss. Night

on the track I ran him Sword Dancer was a better Till
Hal Waters making his debut G
in the Bahamas and he won colt. But he couldn't get a release
as FSC links coach expected 9:00
it way off He won the Ever from his commitmenton Camping Site Hat All FacilitiesAnd to start: Don Richards Ed Cerlani -

glades Now we have the Tomy Lee. Reluctantly he Grover Matheney Gray
Flamingo coming up," rode a horse he considered inferior we found that he has an area capable of handlingsome heal and Dick Dorman. The

Burley shrugged ss If he -subsequent events vindicated 40 or more camping families tent or camp trailer sixth player will be either Dave

can't quite believe it. Maybehe his judgment-and he He has sanitary facilities, electricity and water available. Grimes or Bud Hersty>

shouldn't A year ago he won the Derby on Tomy Lee Then of course he has the boats pier beach and other Southern's next match will be

was loaded with talented 2- by an eyelash over Sword fishing facilities all on a good clean lake. From what we've here March 12 with conference

year-olds In Wolfson's Harbor Dancer seen around the country, he has one of the best letups one foe Stetson UniversityWIDMIIOAVt I DAYS
View farm. He had one rare The Flamingo Is a big race could want. I

prize in Raise A Native a but the winner could be a little We cannot quote you rates for those he gave us were moreor MIAMl"f....._..Iot FIOMT C,.... IM.
once-In-a-hfetime colt I who horse .. ...... Iwrn.w5.e.. .
less "elastic" depending on how many people what they .Mum... <*"'. I. .ut 10* Agin, It*

wanted etc. But we can say for sure that they were below -I'ILN."I. Ou r*e.nwr-

Koufax Mantle Colavito any others that we know of. of / ClearanceS
We pass this information on for there must be many people WrestlingSAT.

I visiting this area who are Interested in a good spot for campIng -

Still ContractsBy And of course we have many families :In tnis area who
Spurn might want to do some camping close to home for a weekend NITE a P.M.

perhaps when they don't have time to make longer trips.

MIKE RATHET tract. And we're going to predict now that John is going to LAKELANDARMORY LESaturday'.th.
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Assoclaled Press Sports Writer Pitcher Don Drysdale signed get a surprise his camping business a year from now will

Sandy Koufax, Mickey Mantle Wednesday for a raise of 825.- be larger than his fishing business!' -

and Rocky Colavito are 000, which puts him in the 870.- Also during the visit he told fishermen were getting WORLD

among about 100 players manyIn 000 class, a team spokesman specks mostly late In the afternoon and at night. "It hasn't TAG TEAM

the superstar category re said.Mantle been paying fishermen to go out In the mornings and during
maining to be signed by major may be set to sign today the day" he aaid Title Rematch

league baseball clubs before at a press conference called He brought along a photo to show that people do get G........' 101......
the ledgers on the annual ritual by the Yankees, who Wednesday Handcuffed bit day of our
specks and that they do run to good sizes. It shows Charlie $
are closed. brought catcher Elston Harrison and Barney Waddell Spartanburg S. C., with 26 real I .hkl. record-bracking pricestashingclearance Suits from 1 995
Only about a week Is left before Howard into the fold The
the official spring training American League's Most Valu good onel.New : !
) Our entire stock of
reporting date falls due for all able for estimated Ji :
Player signed an (
players.' but the San Francisco SftO.OOO. Mantle probablyup Orleans Open Starts TodayNEW : fall suits, sport coat and Sport Coats from $997
Cubs and Los
GiantsChicago for $100,000 Is one of nine
Angeles Angels and possibly unsigned Yankees ORLEANS (AP) i- The 72 Lskewood Country Club golfcourse. M slacks ore on tale 01 well 01

the secretive Houston Colts The St. Louis Cardinals, who Finest golfers in the history of RAMON AND AL other items Slacks I I from $495

are the only teams with sll still have 10 to sign eased their the Greater New Orleans Open Coif's Big Three Arnold THE SENSATIONAL many Stock up at

their hands ready to play ball. problem somewhat by signing lured by the tourney's richest Palmer. Jack Nicklaus and. these greatly reduced prices

The Colts do not reveal how shortstop Dick Groat for around purse start play today for a Gary Player-were on hand but TORRES BROS. Jackets $495

many of their players are $45,000. Still not under contractare share of the 150000. so was Bo Wlninger who went. this weokendl Alterations free. ,rom

signed, or unsigned until first baseman Bill White I The 150 pros who compete almost unnoticed last year He THI NIW WORLD
March 1. They are the only second baseman Julian Javier with 10 amateurs, include nine paid no attention to the reputations I TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSSIGN Sweaters $395
FOR TITLEBIMATCH rom
club with such a policy. All and pitchers Ernie Broglio of the top 10 money winners of the gallery favoritesand I AGAINST

others responded to an Associated Curt Simmons and Bob Gibson. from the 1963 circuit. went on to win the title for THE GERMAN I

Press survey which today Colavito acquired from Detroit I The weatherman expected oc- the second straight year

showed 95 players not signed in a trade Is one of 13 caaional rain and a brisk low Von Brauners

Koufax. the ace left-hander of Kansas City A's remaining to degree reading for the tee-ofl SPRING STOCK ARRIVING DAILY
the world champion Los Angeles be signed ,over the tricky 7,020-yard parckT FSU Slates Spring MANaa Sa OINTLlMANAVL
Dodgers, is the No. I item i
on the lengthy list But he's only Grid Game March 21 Including our famous lightweight "SUNTAMER"suits

one of three key Dodgers still LI V t. bAl f rte j of stay-neat Dacron polyester and wool.
TALLAHASSEE Fieri-
AP-
not signed Shortstop Maury *
Wills and outfielder Frank Howard TACFtLE'fall. da State University's first spring,

also are not yet under con. f football scrimmage will be held I The Tern Iron, wan the world, I

7I Saturday afternoon as the team I till. end bolts from the Ger-
...... toit S.,. ..,t.. G.,.......'
gears up for its March 21 Intra- ......... erottited the dociion -
s squad Garnet and Gold game. ..."' ..",.. S ......tchl ADDITIONAL BARGAINS
Coach Bill Peterson said he The Term Pros ..... te remetch -

1 t was continuing work on fundamentals thot It-as the one lomo condition referee-handle end. Nationally Advertised Socks Buy 1 Pair, Get a Pair FREE

,",, I the '.....tch. Dare O'Horo
He cited the aggressivework !
will ..... G........' menagerininti Ties 20 % OFF Shirt 1.59 Each, Value to 4.95 EachA
NITS CAP I of tackle Tom West and I thot lie Her by the sing
llAOUwN Leo' guard Dick Hermann two standouts I -It"t the meneger will bo
... _. N :a5N
a.. l... 's;,N,111..... on the 1963 Seminole team. handcuffed t. bio Ida Coins..OVTMINN .
ItS.
c...".... .
l.kN.n1 Tr.nunr..n me .U. Peterson said also he was Impressed ,
.. _. .._ .,455 HAMPIOKEAKINS
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Lt....i T'4". I {
M e
...,..,-H, warn ZO4TM with the improved attitude 'i i"
**,..oil *t.rn own* CoraentOF Homo of the foot-S Steve Tensl [I I Great Name In Clothing ,-
Main Ineixeiul, __ .... ".i.- B,,..ie. rHeJack'v'anskty
"..M. .Ih'inoieual e.-. a...o M........ r the tallest quarterback In major Just say
111 college football. .
aoe G. itno .
.. M.,.l..., Xli J.'" N..I.l Wl L. Tenet worked out behind sophomore "CHARGEHI"
DON HARTNETT
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......M':. ..>rln *.Mr'>. 1.11 '.", quarterback Ed Pritchett i 0 I H l s I.... U. .Ar 555

CMPH-.PA5TIMIL.,"S.?"?,, Leo' ASS CATCH This etring of 40 black bait total of about who rose to first string late in PRINCE oMAR
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I.. 7M Th. .N........:..... "s4MT"ir'7.m. If i 100 poundt was caught In Lake. Porker with the biggat being *Vipaundt. the 1963 season and started I .T.kI.........+WNc.m'ISO 0.....Drill.. ,ttor.dm | at. Suju ,"' .SOU4It"
......... .
.. Th. ........._ I"T If Standing proudly' .In front .f .... cotch are: I. Gunter, loft, Auburn and Florida.WIDNftOOV I M tOWrestling<

.. T.. ......... 54Minn and Mack Gunter "' 1.. taking. part In MM akk.1 .... 40 black against
... of & Lemon
W.m ..,_ .- G'muse. On the Corner Kentucky
... Atchent and Mrs Carol 'Gunter.
bate were Chariot G" ", Richard
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NM w.ui
MOCNIT L.AesI.r
SpInlewnr. They fished out .f GunNr's Live tort end Tackle Sh.,. (Ladgofphot III.TO"'L. Th. .......... hw.
Nun .nllrlhd S.rwF .wN TwS 01M .ULT.
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'New Tax Measure Contains Many:




'j ELJakJwtd Other Changes Besides Reduction: I



I Bjr THE ASSOCIATED PR ESI sd In IMS But the exclusion before a second one is exer 'aln the tax savings availtbli
FOR I WASHINGTON W The $11 I from taxable Income of divl de e d. on Income put into such con.*
bill ton Us cut law makes numerous deeds Is raised to $100 for an AFFILIATED CORPORA. cerus.
changes ia the nation s I Individual $200 for a married T10NS A multiple group of SICK PAY-The present law
tax laws other than the individual couple, effective this year thisIs small corporations will be allowed .
rate reductions double the present limits from:, is tightened so that during the
exemption
Som of these will mean ad DEDUCTIONS FOR ACCIDENT only one first 30 days of illness onl) (7)
EJcfriiL the surtax rate, or,
f) ditlonal tax saving for varkw I OR THEFT LOSSES ly, each member altematlv.1, or 75 per cent of average In.
1s
whichever lower
groups of taxpayers, other will I These will be denied below multpile exemptions if it agreesto come, cm
LESS'i boost levies and be excluded from taxable in
thus offset ir I I SIOO.I pay an additional ( per cent, exclusion is
part the cuts in Individual and I INTEREST ON LOANS TO on its first $21,000 of Income. come. No allowedin
for
this period a person whoa
f corporate: rates. The provUloiu I BUY INSURANCE This no CORPORATION
include; longer will be allowed as a deduction ACCELERATED The tick pay Is more than 75 per
when It involves a plan TAX PAYMENTS cent of avenge wage
Tax-Eating dates for payment by companies
CHARITABLE GIFTS A
INCOME AVERAGING A. of systematic borrowing on a
$100-
EILIk7.tw.k4L with Incomes in excess of
t policy to the maximum charitable deduction Is denied
I formula is set up under which I up 000 would be speeded up so
amount allowed each to to a who donates a workof
year person
BONDED persons with large amounts 01 that they would be on a fully
WHISKEY
pay the premium on a life, endowment art to a museum but reserve
income bunched in
: a year can I current basis by 1970.
f .
lifetime.CHARITABLE
for his
avoid the bracket or annuity policy use of it
high rates i
OIL AND GAS INCOME-The
REAL ESTATE SALES-Part CONTRIBUTIONS
I N. Iowa at Lake Mirror they. would otherwise havecoy. to I of the profits from such sale: right of oil and gas operators for Gifts to private foundations '
to combine their properties
fast
attributable to depreciation used purely for person)
OLD MEDICAL DEDUCTION on the property will be taxed at the purpose of computing per-. are made ineligible
FOR PERSONS OVER 6S-The y normal income rather than at centage depletion will be curtailed purposes under
the donor qualify
NOEL R. HUNLEY help
Prop. would be allowed to deduct all somewhat
I capital gains rates the unlimited charitable deductions
costs of medicines and INSURANCE
drugs TERM
GROUP
HICKORY not just those exceeding 1 percent STOCK OPTIONS Present Beneficiaries of large policies if his gifts and taxes equal
rules are tightened to qualify 90 cent of Income in eightof
K of gross income as at pres the bought by companies, usually per
for capital gains rates on the last 10 yearl.FOREIGN .
; 100 Proof ent.CHARITABLE profits, the stock will have to for executives, will have to In- EARNINGS-
bCn REDUCTIONS be held three years instead of elude in their taxable Incomethe
-Deductions of up to 30 percent cost of such protection to Americana working overseas '
$ >| 09 & of gross Income. Instead of the are present limited six to months five years options instead the extent It exceeds $50.000. for private firms will have their
the present 20, would be allow of 10. the option must be PERSONAL HOLDING COM- exemption on U.S. taxes cut
ed for gifts to publicly supported at the full price at the time PANIES The rules governing to $25.000 from the present $35
GINS Fifth : nonprofit organizations such al granted instead of 91 per cent these are tightened so it will be 000 after they have been abroad e
!museums I' and one option must _be used. more difficult to qualify and ob- three >ean.
SALE OF HOME BY PERSON
OVER 65-Capltalgain. tax will

J.' W. DANT be a sale waived up to on a profits price from of J20 such,OW]. Increased Retirement Pensions

HALLER'S GIN $ 89 Above that, a percentage of the I
Z profit is excluded equal to the
FifthSCHENLEY'S ratio of $20,000 to the sale Debated In Canadaand

fJ era 100 Proof $4 09 I price.INVESTMENT CREDIT DE. Bill Being

Fifth PRECIATION PROVISIONS -
< COLEMAN employes to share equallyIn province's revenue-raising and
The requirement that a company By FRED
$ H9 abilities Roberts
oft
Associated Press Writer contribution of 2 per cent borrowing
must reduce Its depreciation -
effect of the
a workers salary up to a fixed seeks to ease the
basis by the same percentage OTTAWA an If governmen I t
90 PROOF FIFTH ceiling The return at age 65 federal scheme on private pen.
as the investment credit plans succeed Canadians car I
or 70, would run as high as $75 lion plans.
received of
on purchases ma- look forward to increased retirement
L 1 PRIVATE CELLARGORDON'S chinery Is repealed. pensions Prime Minis. a month after 10 years of con Despite the criticism from several

MOVING EXPENSES Deductions ter Lester B. Pearson calls thi:!I tnbutions fronts, no one appears to
will be allowed for his top measure in parliamentHe Transition Debated question the need for increased
$ 99 I moving allowances to newly pensions Quebec: has embarkedon
$469ft" hopes to get it into operation the
100 One key dispute centers on
: proof 3 hired employes and for nonre'' next January its own plan.
90 PROOF FULL QUART Fifth I imbursed expenses to old employes 10-yesr transition period to put The federal proposal would
But the plan faces rough sled-. the plan Into full effect. It does apply to all other provinces and
ding one of the hottest politi 70
as nothing for Canadians now or
TRAVEL ALLOCATION A take in more than T million people
... ... 1962 rule that a person can deduct -cal issues in Canada this year. over. Critics say that at first It would be compulsory for
Insurance fearlnj
I"""" l companies workers will make
younger
the of the business
only coat most workers and optional for
-"' -' :: -' for the future of private plans,, contributions
'- 5 heavy to pensions
part of a combined bust ,. the self-employed and members
have declared war on the government for older workers
not paid by
if It lasts
J ness pleasure trip of the armed forces
Provincial I
proposal. : who receive them. These critics
more than a week Is repealed.
))1 VODKA I REVOLVING CREDIT Revolving governments have their ow I want a longer transition.
1 l credit plans other than ideas of pension programs. The shorter transition, however
ExJapanesePremier
tj charge accounts will be considered Pressing Need Seen promises to build reserves

SMIRNOFF ? ?.., .. .. .... ................ 5th 4.49 taxes as on installment all profits will sales be and de- head Pearson, says, determined Canada's to most pus h I contributions In the fund of to employer-employe$2.3 billion plus Clears

t i ferred. social need is the merest after 10 years This Y

SMIRNOFF ? ,,., .................................. 5th 3.69 t limit CHILD which CARE amities- The with Income work- vision pressing of old.age security for pro the fund>lan's may success supply the key to the, Air With Chiang

FLEISCHMANN'S Ing wives can have and still be 70 per cent of the labor force Pearson has offered to make

................................ 5rh5th 2.99HAILER'S eligible for child care deductions not covered by private pension half this reserve available for I TAIPEI Formosa (AP)-Former -
I is raised from H,500 to planl. Investment In provincial bonds Japanese Premier Shlgeru

.........................................._... 2.89 I 16,000 a year Is Increased The maximum to $900 deduction for- 0.At regardless present everyone of income at and age Ontario But Premier, Canada's John most Robarts popu-of he Yoshida and reported President yesterday Chiang that Kale

FIVE FLAGS 'two or more children and the whether he II working. Is entitled Ions province wants this figure shek had cleared up all misunderstandings -

........................................ m 2.79 Kg age of children who qualify is to $75 a month from the boosted to 90 per cent of On- between National-
$ 6* JO raised from 11 to 12. federal government. This plan irio's contributions let China and Japan

RELSKA ,, Proof ... ........ .... Full alert 3.79 VSJRS- pj.** CAPITAL LOSSES An .indefinite II financed by income and other Quebec: has turned Its back on The Japanese government
period will be allowedto taxes. It Is not contributory like the national scheme and the federal sent the elder statesman to see
..eW 4:.. -. .I1. 1,1 m' bf write such losses off against the U.S. Social Security System government needs Ontario's Chiang, an old friend after relations -
wS 'Iitf income; the limit now is five taxes are not withheld from contributors, perhaps 2.3 millionof betwen the two countries -
years. paychecks specifically for retirement them, to make the plan work. were strained by Increas
Tn.lnereallll.STOCK pensions ng Japanese trade with Red
DIVIDEND INCOMEThe Pearson would add a contrib- Robarts Under Pressure
China and Japan deportationto
BLENDED WHISKEY e STRAIGHT WHISKEY 4 per cent credit on such tory ,plan to present benefits Robarts Is under pressure Peking of a Chinese defector
income which may be subtracted increasing pensions to as much from insurance companies Most who changed his mind after ssyng .
from taxes due. is cut u $150 a month. have headquarters in Ontario he wanted to go to Formo-

Sat It Kentucky Gent. $359 to_2_per_cent this year, repeal I =This would require employers and supply_a_hefty! slice. of the o. -- -- ---- --
Sill ----- !
Sunnybrook

5th t.. Ten High $3"5th



,.I Old Thompson $3 5th ; Old Taylor 16 Prlt' $469 51h,


s s9 Old Hickory $34's

Guckenheimer 3 5th T'yT Old Stagg 7Yr.Olds3"5th


s 68 Echo oi/369i
Schenley I Res. 3 Springs 7-Tr. These Tires are oil top quality 100 level 100% Cold
5th Rubber Nil-Treads. At these seniotionol savings they'll
Early I Times $4095i," wore out FAST I So Hurry!


HIGHEST QUALITY-LOWEST PRICES

CANADIAN WHISKEY SCOTCH WHISKEY



SCHENLEY $ U49 WHITE HORSE5th 1 $95


5th 5th $519[


Seagram's V.O. .0:' .00 SIZES-16

House of Stuart 6.40-1
5th. . . $559
6.70-15

Canadian Club 86 Proof $399Fifth 7.50-14
Fifth PlUI Tn and [schaup

u u k Y
. . $5695th

McNaughton = '" CUTTY SARK ;/ BUY 4 SAVE MORE


$C99
$489 6.00-16
8 Yr. Old. 5th. Fifth .
6.40-15 2195 1 7.10.15 95

6.7001S} 800.14} 2 5 I"

CORDIALS
7.50-14 4 4
These Tires A Written
Corry
Special PlUI Tn e.d tsah..f. Pip Tn .". [uAse.
Rood Hazard Guarantee

Creme da Menthe Creme de Coca lancer's Crackling \ 7.60-15} 2995 8.00'15 3395


Creme de Almond Slo Gin ;:1 ROSE' WINEKimmel EASY CREDIT 8.50-14 :4" 9.00.14} :

Rock and Rye ,, MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS Pins Tn s. hch."N Ply. Tn cad hc.....
$299
Anisette Triple Sec i.\ Re9' : Shake. AMitiM.1 c..... to Whrt.w.11.


Peppermint Schnapps Y r 53.79, $289 Ii TIRE RECAPPERS



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.Consumers ADVtHTISCMINT I "" ttOAL APVtRTIItMiNTNOTICft BUILDING TRADES EMPLOYMENT LAKELAND LEDGER nEMPLOYMEr urtday, Feb. 2161! U

IN THI CmCUIT COURT OPINS OF lNt5NtlOCMAISR TO CLASSIFIED I
APPLICATION, FOR HORTICULTURE
TINtN AIDICIAL 01OCt.11,
OP tNt stATS or PLOOIDAIPA FINAL PISCHAMOt ADVERTISING 21 Raaflnf 5 Milp Wanted I IMIDDLa
Goods In Ro : Kalata of .
AND COO POt" COUNTY
UrgedBy CMANCalRY NO 01 ri.1U I MART M' 111'NN. DoootoedTi RATES 1fINQ DEPENDABLE work AO.D roupla. bosdaklsIS s W.rl 77 Kunirlii

HAMRunu HAVINO8 KANK. a ALL MflfOM IT MAT 1'.al". Eatr paraunl. Me- npr.ts 55155.1 stAr. I.
Now York nanklnc I, CONCERN, Lumber cwmpane sol (015504 Wrll. lull lsrllISro.,TRACTOR WORE WsSIed Mow' SHRUBBERY BALE. TOrso .1.n.
: Russian CorporatIon, rialntlft I Nolle; Is hereby sit'en that 1 I* Pt TTPOMlnunum W. .... MU P. 0 Sos .&..ok..d.iC.i, ICS 555 el... N.. ONOIPSeStaulrl II and up iaiie variety
0
)1 hsve filed my final leport ae AdIBlnlatrwtrli I w.r. ALL TYPES or Mm. ..., .. c.u lor lr 0s11.mslos bOSs. .. doowood .. eiIS .h
WALl I: POW BLI.: ..n
MOSCOW (AP) A Soviet A POWBU fl II. DIlsn iocftMi: It...I I b.,'. i i a is MoCor Roollni and : reltonrallt. 134 San Memorial ZIPPERS replace. Hiuiery, "bn IINSTRUCTION .
W
hla wife, ot all:, I ftled my petition for final dla Den Dan I KM Wnt Olive. MO 'I SInS. 11 *" 1001.
.economlst'l call for Increased I'4tf..nd.nt :7\-n.f that J will I apply tnth : i'I yaSPWa: iSlK.

NOTICI OP SUIT \ (' A. IIUtlNKOSCounty u:.lOof" .: Welded WE tractor work. dleelntfill *
.. 1 { ifs HICLASSIFIED 24 Natter Htlp Ftm.liWANTED D
icmphasli on production of conSumer rUB STATIC OK KLCItmAl Jud e of f.O"of l imtjrlorlda -, : ; 5 lssdseuplfl' kIci bans
tot OKMCHAI.: rINANCKOHPOHATION. on lOs ItO Mai dirt ReiMnebll. IS*.1047
good appeared today to <' s Florid 111II., for apiiroxal of Iho asn, ."d SPACa IAT Pt.A5TLIT,10. 'ATIIO. a.. : NURSE MiliUht for 5.51135.WAIS1' o Schools
Corporation\ for final dlochargo so Admin IIII per eoluais lol mlllspn' *' .ddIIO.. doctor ffloo part tuna 1
signal a significant change in You are hereby notified that s ,"",-.trI. of tr-. oalala of Mary M CLAIStPItO DISPLAY SlATS Free mimal*!, lloenies 0. Tl. Wtl. Bo> Milt Lakllandv'AN CAllTRIIIOwor' sad
B LARGEST and meet
S .
Dunn d_.... eon MUfi .Inl. tIIDA'
lull hai been filed ansi per ,oolum Inch L..r.wAf r.onOI.P"t'
etalnatuu
ichool Lakeland
.
the Soviet Unions economic md oath of >'ou. by HAMBI'RUSAVINMB thIs led day ot February, lilt I = Conu-act Rale* Opon Reaueet P OR .,....nlll. Pl....... WAND. 5ao II I.' N. Jb too .s.o.ro Colleie. III E Plni St.

policy. BANK New YOI"kl Blliabelh L ...1m.Admlnlolrol.l. ituoc*. Petchlni Invite ,W.o. .r.1 aool.nsrd 08 Completely remodeled, air oosdl.Uof.d. -
I Bnnktiit of th* Free wi PLOOR-FISISRI1SO.' waahlnipitntini .
corporation, in tr. above WANT AD OlADLINI wtimeiea Henry I. YOU uee 131 5 .ehls ample parklniMU 1-4111
Writing In the Communist entitled oauee and that eatata of Mary M. Dunn, llama MO07 0BUSINESS. lol.ror. aiterlorwarb.Pr's .
; you are WORD SPACC addition to your preeent lneOm.5110f01p .. SPECIAL THIS
.
hereby Dooaaaed AD AID AD .U. prlcaieW4113 .'iom
required to file An. .
party organ Pravda economist ...., with lh. Clerk of thle your Court u.... I 30 p. '0" ., local tuitomen ItO el.clualve '.31. all- Turaia PHI 50' .
ties leaeept Svndar. Paper Anne Hathawar Coimetlcl. 50,5. and loIn F.r ar
Anuihavan Arzumanyan called one to aen s copy thereof upon, NOTICE 0. INTaNTION TO ads siuit a* I soor. H. SERVICE No oiperlenre neceuarv PhoniCrewmar WILl ECEP ..I..rl psoplo I. D P.m learn ..t.IUd.d., Beaushool .
ihe plaintiff or 1'l.lntlft. At lorney MAltS APPLICATION FOR : (ore 4 31 p m. Friair.. III.U0. It Qlidei YU 5.5554OR1IEBAL III South Florida, Av.

for a "narrowing" .oLohe, production who. name and eddr.ee I.' FINAL OISCHAMOIIs I cLAsarnco DISPLAY A..u.. I CARPENTERBuildina ..r.. ".. Lakeland' Phono MU '.14JI.
ALBKHT C. VHCRLV Attorney st R.I Kelate of 29 laky Slttlit
I lltw m. dar kefote | IN5URANCOCOhIPANY dlllrirl repair. roolini ..ddl.lon. .
gap between consumer tArn t'eterobuFlorId., lilt Central. A\onue, than HI JIULS M. NEL80VPeceaaed Ions I..o. .w.d.i.ublle.paperadi manatee want* eiperleneed privet 1 ii. No lob too emeu-to* Iscos. LIVESTOCK
not $later
CAR b,
and Marth 31, 1114 *e our of CHI ..rl.n.o.. _rt" who I. a kern 8Im.0., .0..n.
goods heavy Industry and ALL WHOM IT MAY CUN- lovllti end .
kelor .
cit soas) In..I. .ron.1 Sills .. ,
Slarun celerylato SSWINO allerallonikind All
1 0 AND
If f
you fall 10 do ao, Deere Pro ; 1 yard. Play In
cited the American economy as onfeaeo will I bo entered sineS Nolle. I* hereby given that I All adi nvit ke I In lh* Ledter ralei rom. .0. ... per aionta Bend *uallflra.by .. !. Men. women'! and chtl- I Dogs Cats, PaliBOARDINO
you toe 50. relief denmnded in tho lave riled my final report a* An-' office kefore Itoo am. sat- J....o..b.. lIons letter to DIstrIct ManFlorida drrnl Can pick u. and d.I..,.
0Q Sods for publlcatlo Is .r. '.0. AP. & .M 0171
example.
aa .ok.lad.
COlnlI.lnl. clll.., Admlnlatraior, eTA of n. Woa D..r HOLLY K.ao.I.
.
noted Ihe natur of ald suit being mate of Jullua N. Net..., de- dn PaperThe lawnmawiri & Sarvka MOTHERS UNSATISFIED WIUltor Chr'i ond Ted Via All... SleW
Arzumanyan that the for forei-li. .aure of n.m-hap. recorded (leaned: that I hat. filed n., petition .' tedier will sot H re.apentible 3 IIOUSSWIVE 21 41. OUU your child U lelllnt. alibI Mulhr"n... Phoo .

United Statea has steadily Increased In Offliial Reoord Book miIHIIO for final dl..h"r., and that I for thus *o. .. .. .........l oppurlunllr lor ladieeho or dey, call 01.11. KeferenoMhealth l.an.

555 ubllo 'Kerorda of PolkCounty will apply to the Hon Richard AHronaun Incorrect Iniortloa. eri REPAIRS end imell ON oil. .. ...tmalee ., need lo aupplement Ihrlrimily card 1 h.u. 8 at. WIRO HAIR Chlhuehuai Tsp

the proportion of consumer \iloido, r0V011fl51Let ; County Judo of PolkCnunt THE UKELAND LEDGER on ..10.. .P AutoEleetrle income br .workini live COLORED WOMAN would lIke' T.rrlr 5, Piklnicie, PornorsSlOO.Oormaa .
lornlnai per week four houri
I In lilock. B of lek lion >, '" on th* Hth da> IDS Norltt Florid A... lou or flvi ...r.. MU Shipherdi, tropical fish
goods produced without net Hill H/It, Lakeland rlorIdn ;. t.O i per dsrnIUsSaun team c.1
: of March apprOMil of the TE'HONE PlISno YO 14351. 0-II2I4 pSfsrI.u. 51.nk.. 5fl5 55051150.
I II u 551, k
sacrificing heavy Industry actor-din to plat. theN-er., : lino. and for final dlacharii 5eAicIllsr' Thl. scene,I al .a per. ijch'a Pet IIho. Ill North K...

rtmrdeil In pist Rook 41. I Ha* Admlnl>lrator. CTA of MU 6-1151 MaHreu Rtn vatln .. nO omm.ln. Ph... lIsa.keloro 111.In. FINANCIAL tuck MU 0-5000..
ti. I'tiblli | i
lleoorda of I oklounn the entata of JulIus I :Neloon; daceaaed J
Should Walt .u fO' POODLE "
a m '
I 1 BETY. AP. .
Hnrldi t.ia'thcr withtoo .,..nl.A .PP' .. ,
POD.elro -
fnllnwlni described Item. oftiroiiem 'I'hl. 1Mb day of February, UII MAnRI.R"NOVAMNO I. 62 Builnaii Opportunities 1..10..1, aoml. .ud.
..
3
Arzumanyan once was one of ,,Hch *r* located In /., J. 1'om \\ ataonJ Ara Msttr.a Cost.osap. SPLENDID opportunity. mar- nl........ Kahl... R.d. .
the most vocal; of those insisting .nd permanently Installed a. a. "'(.\\'A1'IoION.. AncillaryAdmlnlaliator ANNOUNCEMENTS Phono MO ..au. pled_, or alnile' an ".JO. Must CHOlca .UIIIN" and Income -a.I.
part of tho Improvements on CTA t5> lood on miuiemallri andpini CR00050 8uaLa med a. ,eMU '
that consumer goods should end lotSWITXICPII4, efth.e.laI.nfJulIus Pinonol Notices 49 Wells Pumps Ca.hi'rIfartp.rlss.OrIdui .. proforusa. Mel Sod. "M.. POPPIeS Pion. 1-0424. or NO
QC duller' Ian 5. "
wait. His changa of position apparently ray hand and th* ec 01 l lof N. NelaonDaceaaed ; Many line ..plo.. bcnefile MU ."IOT.a .lorl.1 S.I7.Il. ft ond rosdp.
Lota of room /or sat
so.-
followed a policy battle ".NIfty thla. Florida( ourt. at thla Hartow llth day Polk of rt..7l .BUY. .a.od.wed. Dial tooli MU! tune 14SM.nd LI .MONTOOMERT.11 anC In..11 VOurWnl.1.505MM. Word drIll m..1,. Apply. \ P O Boa 10LatHand COIN Lsuodl.u. 40 ...r.IIcillent IERMAI,.. 5,5005551.( .D. (orall. .

..... (rip' .. .
,
among Communist party lead .u..4. I' 1114I 'IN COURT OP lor aiUraat. Culkerion Hardware. .. ,.01.551llon. 014.750. .Inhs i. lo.lo.. ... .. p0001I PtIPPI$0 lor .01.. 50WsokS
IIiEALI >. H. KI.OAV ORlerk EnC ; 1 ? LADIES EARN a man ala. In.me .
THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT : Call
old n.b"
TRADING .TAMPII esehseuad p.HushI br ll5e41n3 Vi .
eri. ( of the Circuit and onto plraiant work
'. OF FLORIDA IN AND '.. .." .. ,. NU ..] OlRI181'AE
( .urt Ai t L. condition ot the aame tIm
Once more the blame for Soviet hp Morela Mrll.ld.O.pu FOR P-OLK. COUNTV. IN I .u-e.n. 1* EMPLOYMENT a Pull., Broth diairr, roll .. Cldbuubus

economic shortcomings fellI I, CI.rlt CHANCERYRONALD NURSING hnins or part time. Por further In. .rlcd .11. l ud.,
CHRIMAI
t'lotIN l>. PATTFRHOV. Chlh ushuns t.rrl.r Oil.I'm. .
I on Stalin. Arzumanyan accused lb.Itt Uti. I4ie.n 1.1'0 sttontlnn each patient llnss. 1 52 Help WantiJ .m."on. .1 1& .. f.h WANTE HodIsa Ftahhlti'P. 11.10

him of "Ignoring personal consumption TNt. CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE ILA urVpATTER8ON. I -UOJ MYNAH BIRD. lIn vista SIC sod

ai an integral part of IN AND TENTH FOR JUDICIAL POLK COUNTY CIRCUIT Defendant.NOTICE LOU SLIP Cover shop, aO I WIN TRIP TO ... C.II 554-3f07.

production and Indispensable FLORIDA TOl !I.A II. TO PA'n DeFeND'r:ItrillN Ch..te'. bOd..d.Ro.d. Sal.iOTS..11. .0.D.... AAA City Employment WORLD'S FAIR LIQUOR LICENSE 89 Livestock

HUBERT T. H<.ILObI\, > ... oar.
) T ; Au..I.o
condition of IU fast pace. Plaintiff. [ t/u eturoum ..ur.I.. Sal.Cr04. and also EARN needed
|IH kaleer Street a. 1..ln.lon. BI'Y YOUR Cr5000. sow 450lb
.
.
Arzumanyan said the United LYDIA B HOLDER. ) Alabama City Huh-glatlon <01 .sopIes \.ho.. (COO money "The AVON Way.' lovable, Polk County, Sot Sod .. bo 0015 DCOsIf

the > UadKden, Alabnma OPALS OeAUTY shop I. .0. /2 Week's Fee Vi Ph.n. MU 0.7752 or IUJ.Jla
States began showing way .Defendant.. YOU ARK llEUl-Br notified open In Medulla Oardeni 110 Package. Advise beat cash

as early as the middle of the c... No. 1103 SO let that suIt lea been brought analm-l South Oscars Drive. Plain. alpoo ...- Call 6824137for price. Reply to
SUIT FOR: DIVOie.CS. tho if and .... lilo. oil .h.mpoo
yOU In circuit Court the details
last and demonstratedhow NOTICE OP SUIT MALE or
century Tenth Judicial circuit of FloridaIn and aet 41 li 015.P.rmnnrota :

efficient production and Intelligent TOl 1121 t.TUIA Unaclo B. HOT A"t..m.YO"J'1R'n .m.';R and for I'oik County, In Chanery. so .Ha.r.ut. Phone I".UIANel;I ADTOSTOR. AC. Write P. O Box 1395 Box F-225 PROCEBSSNO CURINO .tl
Jttb4 Opra
of materials by RONALD n PATIMlKOX -.0. CLERK CONST sod whoJueli lale*. tauillty
use new 3telr CUNTIN.
: Kri v NOTIFIED tO. srantlnc I of relief. helm c AUT INSURANCE Had an ... O"NI"ALMACHINIST. No obligation. c/o Lakeland Ledger mists> .u.nlllod. (no deliver
consumer produc. Divorce, and hereby ,.. .
are TV
can step up that s suIt for dl\orc h.. been you no iniuranrer EHhimonUii 0. \t or whole luerter bei.f..I .
iiulred to file wll hI". Clerk or to MU | MO R. AUTOMOTIVE o
and at the same time pile filed with th. Clerk of th Circuitrourt par C.I 0.. rlc.
MalaBart .
ton) -aid Court In Hartow, Klorlda. TAR MICH A NIC. AD FOR BALI. Mulberry TV and Ap. .O ..t Co 140 Woit
up capital for more industrial In sod for rob County ell her pereonally or by an attor OY i c3Jr SALES SEVERAL COOKS CATTLE 54 Help Wanted, Mali illinre All' itork and eoulpmintilui ** S317loa.
Florida. amiliiet' lllBbRTT
you by written sn.w.ror.uuhsr TRUCK MANY Weilern ,. Oood
and ney. your Piuerni ID* lie. BuUoni. 514.In. lnUVM inner
production. HOI DKR. you are hereby ... CAREER foreol .1.
II.f.n. If any, to tho Complaint' OTHERS OPPORTUNITY 5151.1155aalarp5ilnOporwmkPcsohon. loIn busIness Hulth
Under the Soviet system required to 0."-". s ropy of youranewer In sold eult on or before tha Uh 8"rlr. 'J80. 'hone MulblrPP'
other written defeneee
or of March pilol Ills Iniuranca .
day IK64 and to eer\e FEMALE plui retlrominl
: Wanttd PatPow.n
workers and have If .n,. upon OLI\ KR L. lRK-fcs 7 9 Uv'oel. I
peasants a ropy upon Plaintiff o attornoa, Tr.llporal'lDRIVINO protnm Aird J4-40 LAKELANDS FINEST m..' d..
.IR. whoa. mailing sddrea |I.
work hard and Heniley, Miller Hindi, Colt.bliss Paz OPERATOR TO JJAT msrrlnd. hl.h ohol .rdu.ta .r I'u.. '
been obliged to P. O Bo lit, Lakeland rlirlda. r'n Olr.'od I.undrm" .
LAB TECHNICIAN A I. dslrl eattls
4V rlleworlh of
( corner ou".nl. O'
TO AnielM M..h ORI.'tO. For .' WANTD'
while the built on or before the >th day of March UJ L. LABORATORY WORKER, r.'OA' 11 Id. PS? ptIso.
little ..
get country 114 end bef.>re or Immedlntelythereafter Lemon and South Florida I. 1.. rd.. in ire eipei CAL KXP COOKS 0..1. MAN 2o lo 44 for dibit Winter wood DrIre.rJIW Wi,. 1.-0911. .

up Its capital structure to file with th. Clerkif l>. U. lIon 440. Lakoland A'.n"1 .Call Aubura.I.. WO '.07.I.r CASHIER SALES REPREHENTATIVE H.. or Lake Walla, Ouaran.Mid .ho. I.. ohoirs.sond .
If you fell In do ao. a 1"'' .ARBII
llortlni talary M1000nonth
aald .ou.l. the o.I.ln.1 l of aald"f11 MACHINE BOOKKEIP. C..h I.rm.
."." other Written def.nnes. Confr-aao will h.este red' ER WAITRESS MOTEL HOST. ooperbenlons5.l555C 10' lo.ton, > .. P.n&o ClIp MERCHANDIS
relIef- denmnded III the l omplilo Inlnlni Ap.
Of Record RELOCATE. LIVEINHOUSEKEEPrRB
News EMS .ro".m.
,
.n BUILDING TRADES S
PARK.
INMlMHg WIIEHkOK. Ih. PIP" 111 Bant ElvdLikiland TAILLI a .pseea
If you fall tn do an. doer. pro'onfeo.o I bout. .
horeunlo ..tnlyl.n d .nd bilwern 130 and lrl. n.W Btcyclii Motercycles
( will| 0 entered 4 aialnmyou .. MANY OTHERS. acres. 030.500. WrIts Bo.N.21. 9
lbs .1 of Iii Circuit Court 40and 0000. or Phono MU lornpointmint "
CIWCUIT COURT for th. relief demanded by 14 Building CarptntirlngHOME I.II 1.0.15104, ..r.
this
Suite Piled' mil of Cotnyloint.WITNI$5 for Polk county. Florida, TRIUMPH AND Ytmoho IsleS

Shirler' MoIl..han .. .10...... WUI the my hand and official llth day of February. "... C Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. EXPERIENCED DIESEL merhan.o .nd .. '.. SI501rllStarIInl_
am MrOlaitiam' dlvorci. ...1 of office st Barlow Polk ,., L>. H. ISAIAH REPAIRS. pamtini. roof Company with many opporlunltln 6 Mortgages modtli, iporto mod.l .
Annie Ruth Bmoll>... v.. J. T Bmolh- County. Florida thIs Ird day ofrebruary Clerk Circuit Court .. blok. 0,050cc 0. drI000s,.. I Call Stanlry RoMruMU ::1 ilork. LaO.lad Cools l Co. Tit
.". d'.oroo. l IT-TO!. .'. .. ..bln.. 1'10rld roomo. 2'4101 lor apeoloIlnestXPKRT BOY BUILD Mil. pill ram. PHA W.., M.morial o.a.oa.1TiWt"

j.i Wllmolh Junior divorceDonnle Wllmoth ... France L .lP. H F.LOAN, JR NOTICO. If SHERIFFS. IALIIUnd.r .ontllnslos. MiJOI. HKAT .nd And VA martini!. Plral Mor. sober

Rar Maloner *.. Judy Milonif' (SEAL) Clerk of the and by virtu of an ..eutlon HOOFU4G. WINDOWS. slamlsurnSlaIn. ,nProlslsIr pump .o.,". ..i. Corp of Piorido. SO* a. P.r. Btrrat

ortr't..ra:: I Circuit Court "' laeued out of and under the .. POCOhOs. fIPsICS. 511505' mis To s.si.nw ondlUonln.too.porn.on Id A.... MO1117. Phono OU.JOO."HLt.

v* Thorn.. H Brrulflnd ,\lvlan A ruMI.C. eal of the CIMI (." .hn. Court of tlooa (0 nonUuContracttni I. p5e. 51 ,.. Pool. Don IsO.. FOR ..AI.n.d lint mono IWI 100 T lI lln

Carl H. Downi K Burker... John rlvll Wilker exlionWilliam Mel .... lllllaborouih (County StOIC of rlor. CompanyPhono 10'U"d.. la.d Ledser. paJ. ___.i with imall bolinrn soopal 515, '. 0.. Inn.
'do. under dsle of April II. IPIS.shcr.In MU t 1351. A. SIMM,, pronerllei ottered WItS d''.. .
.
,. ilvll action damaiei 5400. lOIS Co'umb'' '
Atlas OfVlorbds nan. MU .-2081 P. EiaYOU'LL .. TIED DOWNTO INtVID 0OWP Wsnt .t bOlo un'. A.r
Bonnie Cameron et UK ve Charlel V IN YNS C.CUIT COU"T 0. II tins. ('oml..n R..u.,. CB,. 0aoi < .a-au
HII.eIIISI5.' THE TENTH JUDICI.. CIOCUITOP .. 1'1.1" nod 1',1 r l,0u".I'. .. 97 Articles For Sale-Mite
"
.I'KdwirdrcIBmtr4:: :' t minor, 51 Deneld 'S. THC STATS 0" .O..ID" Mchlnney I. d.I."d.nl. I ...". HORTICULTURE
and Wallace
IN AND POR POLK COUNTYCHANCaRV I ItJ upon'and will offer for sale MAN WANTED
Smith' civil 5IIOSJSH. dimlien
'.. M Bare. minor. etc. o Id- I NO emi2lt and aell to II'* hlrheet and beet FEEL THE HOUSE? Mont h snoshonsor. 11111. 7000 TV'S trolls CII. op Ouar.sobeod .
bIdder fo. .l Ih. front door and ms (1550,0 WObaIPSIns
ruh.
nerd C. smith and wiiiiec Donald NOTICE OP SUIT nee b capable anoum.In fartllliar, FaaJ, Sail .
Smith cIVIl action d.m.... WII.MAMHOV CONPANT of the (ourt HOUHO *t Barlow r..n.lbll.. Wore I. klkh..n 7 dc-basIc. Admlr.1 Sale.S
Folk Coun'v. etc vi cirl Lamer etal Florida' corporitlon Polk, County, Slot Ida. on tha lrJ ""''r.. NU 5-3571. Pssos.kTV.
.Und.
eminent, domain. lullKlrinon In If dayofMarih. lull. the ..n,. belni lum benefit* include paid OROUND PEAT murk Pool Ond .0 I l.buh.I .
l'lo (
No I Lakeland's .
Rernmlett* Oerard ... Loiter RICH problem oil muai Located >aoo 5. Man,
Jocrph oerard dnorreOenita ... "I a I Irani ealea day, at I :10 p.mtthlih .. I ..10.. Will itart rilht m.n Pal ONlal. MU 34521.CLIANP000PUATE I
S sissies. 35.... T. Bmnlrilvorfe ARTHt C. TATMORR snd la between Ire Irgal 1 calr supermarket of values Is It Per... H.ld adwan... AUCTION SALE
AOA.; PATMUKK hi. wife hour of eleven clock A M and 0,00. Applp .I.. ... p .. und lor Saturday 7:30:
Annie L. Town. **. Jetnei .. Ta.... ... Iwo o'clock P.M of sold day, the with the cash you get for ".nd.. saturdnp. ,awn. Also ....d and dirt lor fill Every p.m.
< described of at your fingertips the M.t MaIn Stret E Datla' MU -9071. BAXLA'S
W "VS"Oreene Ir. .. Robert M TO: ARTHt C PATMORK and followln* property In
Week It, et HI. ..,..... f..... A.\S; A. PATMORK his wife the d-f.-ndi.nt Paul U M.-klnney, no longer needed things Classified section! Shop cop QUALITY Panoola snd Ar. AUCTION CALLER
Tou AnrlllR C. PATMORF t" Mtlefy **ld ..euUolI and c.stalittb.'b > ACCOUNTANTS lentlne Bahia hir from clover
Hoberl'w. Blvmlre etc vi WIII'.m' and ANN A. ATMORF. end eicl to-wlt: you sell with Classified tleloi' Will dsllror.'lfU I.1414 Pormorlr Thi Auction )( .

M '.r..aua. mechanic! II.. of you ore hereby notified that i S One ml 4 do. o".n.II' ads Dial MU to there nowl I I' W. But or Stll for YOU
forwleeuroOrelen. Complaint to Korocloe s Marl..... 4C.02&2RW.. TC *1 8.11 Must b fully qualified to iFKTLii goeS (or .2fl mW.. I' W.loon. .

.nd OiereeoHovlo on tOO followlns described prop HII t..140.. no llene. place your want ad. prepare tax nk. loo. MU 1 pu.d MUn
H. Lvdla *i Ftelend and BRANNFM pr8nallncome 3-10.
ertv. to-wit 1
B A Straut .&1'tt A 5'005. IncOt'c. .. niock R LAKH) OIR. MONftOI SoIls County, returns, and I HOW OOOPYnt rsa w. s.tt Will
Lot I, .
.".lev ... Ruby ,..k., rnl.i.5Il.J PitH TA'pm tNITO.. lorlda -- -- -- part> time positions Attracive 72 Flowtri, S..di, Plants 'to) ..11 rsrrt Solos (55.05.108 ptr Se>ou 101>rSrillvr .
-arl W Rlnctnlr' /
dnree divorce. TWO acoordlnc to the plat By
Janet Darlene Save. a minor ewj ba":* thereof recorded In Plat hook Chief CI"I DrpulyVI4I = salary and bonus H & R COLD. HARDY. tout irowlnirl rood Pull In (tindird
,
Edward C Smith and Wallace 41,. Pane 41. Piihlle Raeorda oflolkiounty BLOCK CO., Phone 686.1958. >it bed SoelaO ts. 30" huh sore Sod porlol euu rounds to you
oniDltro
.nl.sId' .Smith 101 Roe dI.mI..ta. .. s m'nor.' .I. .5 _,. Florida; end slvaII LEGAL NOTICE BUSINESS SERVICE I to do.. dolnoiod MU 1.3'0.,0..dln.n..n.." Includlnf 0001115. don. In .u

...d C. &mllll ODd Wslts.i DoissIdasua. sae, ateam electric, water: INVITATION TO BID ZALEA II.1Thl.. blootnlnitalraa (on Pibrlo cloiranco "
di'8'J::;! and other heitini oooklnc r*. SALE OF OLD EQUIPMENT' PAUL NAYLOR ".. OrallMl Rom onDr 01,1101 ot >>o por yard Slick

...,...' L.COU..TM. __ frlgemtlnir: : lIshiloS, ,Iuol.lngVcntIloIIn. I Hlrtu will be rex.elvrd In the MOTORS H.. '. (I M EvoraroinOe .nd .hlto mielsa t SOr. MOnPOelSIdi
.. I irrlsailns snd: AudlIlnE Department of tha 1'00 s.d''ul r.. Psrkr n'II :'pJ'III ii.Ithl.smHI.r powersste .. machlnea. .1'.. .nd Freer W.lo H.h lomml..I..n. DIRECTORYFOR Your Quality I.mbl.Dealer Nuroory, 4oJ Snout Plo> 55055n01001' t fIt you

p11 undo. fIst ure.slc 4 appnrtenamoe Tallol..1,111 U A. I III rd.. bud.., ..d worth Pld. out
Mlnton" II. .. .tClrd pertalnlne to or uard mil for the eale of varlou WANTS a C Hamilton F."rlr. Nrw

Oearl Dean Keen Frldyk!)3 If.. takelind.Plant and with, In or on ealil premleee, 'model, and make vehlilea. oulboiirdmotors f YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE .n aul.omohlls ino.hanl. Iprler Foods, Fruits, V'I'rbl.Dade ClIP Hlihwiy. sillel
William noen Intludlni Hot Point Drop In on SIC Isp.r000SI. 7 05,1 hoflnl.rot.' l.. 4
Juanll Diane Robert 20 LakiJiMe'oiFnn snd mlecollaneou quip. WHEN YOU NEED ITI 'I .ndilon
Ranse, Model IDT RK ISC, P014 n- Insorance
ment. ORANUES. Plrk.d IIU MODEL cimp crul.er (itoto
h OlAPa.RUIT.
Wrliht m. winter I H-, Perlnl ItMX6l7l Rapid Air All hide atihmltted: miiat b.n ...I.n mm' '' ; 45111. Wo slits. ...,'o. oil- i \n up at IIOI Mor
and Chrlitlne Sliaron LrCour Model OVV-I65 (red .lo kssIaThIs pkl .
v n Wall Heater form* furnlehed by the Hume and Appliencu lamp I ...Uf Ro.d.QUALITY .
Mortal I J1H4035bai R.palr u fastenS .eoolns' r.1
Eranlne5i"1oeor"Dre! .ler. 17 Halnei and Fresh Water Fieri CommlrfHlon In r.hI5 I l.. Florlds d.l. TRKE tllrua (bIt unto ku.. 1054.
agalnet "
been filed you yoiare .M.I rURNITUA.
CIte. and Norma. Lee DreUer' n required to ...". s copy o' ,n"II.n. withbid requlremente FOR PROMPT rtpairc .. rofrii- lAMPS. ISIJ'LACIMENT 500101I.lnlP l. R. P'I. SSrnIoe N. AppI. Plck.d d.I. .pl'O'. obd.rs. W. sill 51 Cob.n Stoih 5ff
D.o.S Or." I.d he obtained' from
may C sodnoplIssem MU
Anewer or riearilno' I.. tOo .r.'ot. .hln. machinal, pSl.snd.psIr ltsp5.lslstudIo. 55. ShIp. .n.uu ..' I PrO.duo. North WobaihOOJI AnSnuO
Ten B RoMlleUve, Henry Monroe civ. sour tho PlHlnllffs atlorney I uu Lakeland Cfflts or lallahaaaeeOffice saIl Thrill CII,. .. loss south Orleans AnmIA. .U a.ln I Na" .11. IMiss. .- Wt i o Top Vaiuoampt
Complaint on Nor' .
Bifvlto Diparunint .>. .1.1. .. MU 'II. I la500051.OOMING .

1I" Wt tea h&: .*f etc remove"to.:. Avenue. liolfe North n. luig.er Ml Petenburv 100 lcd. ThIs th' .eqiilimient off he may tOo be llnm ImpededHi antfrrenh AND Indl. l.tnUWLI. POBTB broIl

"" ,- HorldH, and file th* nrUhml An. Water Heh Commlielon Auta Repairs Sric Moving & Storage PRODUCTIONLABORERS I ..FII. arose planu 4 ( rue.d. .. 3" comilml.

war or Ileadlnp' In he office of :izo l Mkelniid 1IIII' Bl\d. lAO.. l 002.5 ,1.nlo. Phon .... ''do. 41 .,o..r. with S
tho lerk of tOn Circuit' ourt In I C H A RD'. ALLIED VAN for belt mnn.In 5205 SOlO .. .1 So pair
THEATERS Fridayfrom 8P..DYSR Ln.
AT THE Hartow Polk tounly flnrldfi. 01ir land, :'I kt'I aerln. Lnrnol.I. ,.Ir .. ... Waiehouw tAcit phoinhalo opiratlon la aeentlni (.0. d.llnr 500. 500.

before Ire ninth day of March. 1h. (Inn A ,. and 71".r.hru .. Hih SorrOw' llo Hlhl..d .. Tranafer 1..1 A." MU iradualee application be from conilHiredor him, 74 Fruit Trail '010.. W.lord Msnldsotuelr5u'

FILMLAND. D..IV..IN., Itll. If you fall to do ao. Jurimnen Comml..lln ro. I rl.ht to 002.0 If.. 1113. .hol amploymrnl t production lobonri 1LLC1RIO ttovt with ait*,
Toiliy' Bachelor'. Flat, anl Flvi. by default will be taken aiialne reject any or nil bid' lIE eURI eou'r( lAS mono Appllcanta Must bo in FRUIT TRIES B'anni SISS malic ov.n. Uko .... MU 2.4525.
.
Week In 0"0"S "{J",,,.,,, you for Iho relief demanded In th* lAMP AM' hRKSII WATER t for mu, moaoe ., hrIn.Io e pour Pcu. Framat .0 hrilui. between 0i.5 30-36 Pear. plum. ponlmoion. lioind Soaps vorr l ood

Today lom Jonea." ComplaintPONK FISIf (OMMIMHKiNBy sit. to 0.0105's 5or11o Cent,, be .1111.. to work sops.. uupptrpona vm.i All been iTURI. CaU
t/I..r: \'lr"r.i: : .INTodiy and ORirRPT St Rar. : Von talker I7U North 7iorldVA inuV""for IICTURI PRONgS: as001lful I llSsIllltSnsI.limnto. Apply" I.of .,... troot I. bloom Cold' rO i.tint N

lirouih Saturdar' Chared tow rlorMa, Uila 4th dny of l.b. Property Officer r.p."'. SOs. latait In elo.teooloeuulpmiet Inouldlne. Custom and I''on b..o 5 10 .o sod .t.tnl. ahado ond II... a .
sod : ruary, 1914 ('.7!. la u..d In diWrmlninitho rrndy m.d.. ( lain. Ar' Shoe. 1 I '10 a m. at to. I.nd..pln. and lao
11 _ aplur".ntam.
/). If. ojroAV. IHCIrRK oaact troubla YsusIsoto. aou Orliani, street. MU I-3J04 rib- POP .1 In 51.01.0 Sf4.0mb. AUCTIONFriday
'I'o4"'cr b'N Afs'*5 IN...., Or" Till. INVITATION TO 510Feal.'d Ml'. valuable Ski Or... Stamp. ... saIl P5II's S lIra. c1110

Today ind Tomorrow Room 43.." sad SEAL) f"JltCI'IT COUBTPolk bid... In dipllrote. "'I h. CD but bust of all .. Itvo you hon. INTERNATIONAL w.., 5555,0.1. Phon. MU ...01 Nltes Only
County, rm'.ived at lbs offli of the ..,. luarantaad work Call *IJ3J13 Plumbing Supplies
KmsirLVERli.loONUOP.iiV7iiTort : Klorlda. Id. Cltrua 'ommbsnlon IllS Kent I orssn000ls 101,55 today MINERALSCHEMICAL 76 7:30
iv. ...Bend of Uie River and .C.... By VIMan A. PurvisIX'puty Memorial' Boulevard lakelandrlorldit K H 0101014 Do..& You..1 landscaping P.M
&
Fear. Clerk to be opened at I 00 H.M. Avt Cavari Plumbln. .nd El001rleol CORP.Plorol w. bur or 01 0.

OTHfS CITIkl Rolf P mister FRIDAY MARCH 11. 1K4. for the Sal In'or..lo. med d."..". S A trul HARDY SOD CO.Hoaimy JIMMY WALKER'S
V5URMDA&.R-D.t.. The Rundown tool pipe cut and BarMw, Plorld
.,," and Dellral Delinquent Attorney for lalntlff following malerliil CnOt'pl4 r."I. th..d. Lawn 0 55550
AUTO COnsr(
LInDa .
ed AUCTION CENTER
> > SHIP VITA. hou. 555.5414. Dliklno
1,0000 OIOOI .Ie. PlanllcV
AVOW PAEK-HIIsr "Stolen cM-SOd Avenue Mrth
Ora
Intoolors' Los I
Ou1000tIna .
as row Outdoor, 'au,,.Hour theOufl'ssdNuns.dthss.5.5.1 !'It. Peleraburi Klorld WIN I C' Booklet I'.CoeIs.l EMI Main. Phono MU i-7010 use-el 14 Lk..d.'rlllll. FREt EbllMAlLS Una I S t..1
." U..1I f-t IH 1 paieo incliirt* V Al DRIVERS ....d.d. Ears Off .,. MU 0.5055
HAINE8 CJTY-Lake Halnei! Walk CIn rover.I HUKk, TO Ib WhiteMnlatrlto m.r. ...r..r.. .".. I
Wild Old.. and Tho.. RaxerirLAKI INVITATION BID Offset Antique (Hub.mlt BeokkstplngBOOKKEEPINO I forth Van BETTER USEDFURNITURE
..
Stone WALB' and California state ".ord In the Healed bid., In dnplliat. will b. eamplo with bid Color; FOR ALL our pointIng fs.d. L'n. Ano.Ira a Iasc.ol'oro.ls'

PLANT CITY C.nltol: MUKlven- recelxed it Ire off I..e of the MorMa Four eolora combination AND InromO T.roll MU I.4404 Commercial !Pr. m onlInsncsmplp, Complal.tralulni &

MT'bu''t: '!".*"* Jn"" *"* ".... Clime Commlaalon, till r:) "t lln. It halftone Ar b. C Survico. Day or ovaninii' (sot Inc. Letlerheadi, .. .,'p. fIsoonllIMOIros APPLIANCES
: Memorial Houle.ard. lakeland furnlehed by .' ..,. III rue d0000dskl irrvlco. BUI Caila Ilh..phln..n"'n. II.. r.ona, ...n.
PLANT CITY-Stertlle "Ho.... fin. FlorIda. lo h* i."itened at I Ill I'.MTHI Commiaelnn, ready for camera Phosossl.5504. '...n.. sod ploaleafP.s.. ANTIQUES & GIFTS
HIU: and Tarian. U>. Y..nlli. 'HHIIAT. MARCH I. IUt. for with overlay for color combl. Radiator round .ork. No 50111tstnoullod TERE'8
m.I..I.I'IoIIO.IIlol'lortd. .. of color 5"lc OOplIraOtu mull bo bitwein IJ A" Conditioner Golf Club.TI..r .
aF5ft1NqPlorIds' HAil u.. Wa the followlnc I'.r .n' Building .
('I trua"RoaIIlVHollit" .lono furni.h' Od 00. han. a IsIs model trio.to M.pl. Twin BMraom sumMonoianr
.. rlnter to ANT 1'rl radial,, ...rclrcleaslns ..
.ZIIRlNO-fIr.on' til Ab... ODd rolder. II" I". a. platea' lb or.ar.i'In. (II due ,. roesr.a o.nabl. d..n P. l.droo. Suite.
.bulldn.P.dd. ,
.
GENERAL W. MIII (
mnl. In doubl. bed arCampborwood
.orn. -
Run silent Run Den. cordlon' fold Code So Bll IKloik throughout lbS bookletrlnlKhlne C"IITUCIONRom .'. ..., .tl I. 8a.
WAUCI4ULA-aIAIIt.. .. Lil AbnerWind. ..d tone o addltloni .. annla. Mi In.. p.r furth.r ,.11 .d PoundO.k
Arrnni the Evrri,learn : ID Mi Olandorlnceluv '..;: r4Hddleetltir bo:ind In..r.r. aitorlor .._.ln. 1.1.0. Pornonn.l Dn.rl".I. F 0 PtWopna NOTHING Tablo. cut down (or rolfrt
WINTER HAVCN-R to "CriirMIeWINTER ." eneiuel eubmlt lample with on IS eda-e. Pwwife color .nd ..odsrs ennIln. or WrIt. I.bl.: Ono Round Oak TabK
HAVEN. -..Hiven Dele" P... bid, Colon: Two :1. line proof to bo oubmltled for ap.prmal 'r.nrl and aldlnt pr. oitlmitfi RAOIATO.. 'tCKI OI.nond. North AmerIca., tin Os.eortm,05 S loavta Drop Liar
ton Place and Five Branded Wom..n both ildea. Plate. to before run Heiu P0.rIlrO14lt Va .lnl.hod. .
.. printed preae Eaiy payminu Call ISiISnO .. oentler, 8303 ill. Pr' Woo. In.dl.a. Daik <
be etipplled by vendor. from -ery muat b. made four 141weeko Floe enl.m. Local' coitractor South 'U.'OU1. .n,. with chi.nd
LEG"'L 'DVE'UIIUMENT complete ,.ul..Up r... .y. f"r from ptirchaae order ( bondadCerpitlng .Iord. .hl. 5,1,5,051,5 -

NOTICE 0. I..Ti..TI' to camera. furnIshed by I lorldaCltrua date, paikaaed In unit. of loo 56 Salaimin LIKE DI5IOS I..kh"' Rom. SuIls 5f5a0
commlmlnn ulor pnMif matter quantity R.wavlliPR .. .
MACS APPLIcATION' FO.. with ab.1 /.raor Sto'ii
lubmltud for apiirov.l order number _. Ooodttrtiftfn
to b. and purcrmee. 000 30'
FINAL DII.CH..O.I. .... ''''II..r lob cZ. ,. FULLER BRUSH .. ,. H'd..d
before 1' run ) marked on each hI container Ixpeltr MsnIn' 01 IIIolh .. uadWa.r
ft*, i.t.t..tJAtiIRII1 trade hV MARCH tl I SI.packased 1'.1" delivered Lakeland r'lor. CARPET EXPPRT ..I-.11 ... musS. .I SaclIlo horoa. nor eioo a wick In .... color.Plolurn Co".

DAVIDfTiVPeceajie I nunlIle f ISO earK I.... Any Inqulilia. r'sardlne initallation Mather PUr"I 110.. call K.lu. ...1.. air.. D.uY000501'roellnrsrothat III .'0."

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON.Ce'nN with pur.-h nidi... order numbir, number nimntity markedon and made the/.* "'1..cll..lln. must.. .nl'b.. Phono 00.11. ". ...JIOI ..' PM much. to 1.... posts Call SSO-404N 0 5uSdIC a home of your lor '
NoIfr.: Id lirrebT Klven SPot I e*. h bulk container Price two hour prior to bid o.nlnl. CantritaFancai I Swimming Pools 5ealirchlp today's Classified "Homes Op.n. Sm 1' p D
WAll-SD TWO ..
Florida ronelrier
dolltoiod Lakeland Ciilerwlee. It will he : couiml.il'
h.... flId my' fInsi I ..vs.rt a. Ad. Any Inquh .ar..or dtn. Ihee. ed list lh..e .".., Ifliallon .r* = LIC.NDD CONC'IIITI e.tesO.' "'0m.. for 10CO..l' Ai.ImmscrPiOl for Sale" NOW for outstanding
tho mlMte of 'rL repaired
mlnlitrilor. I TA of be mad all pMror .. floor.. Sld.nOIbs. CL.AlaD. THE SPINNING
sIlo'" must clearly by
aiwolfli W"t M.a
und."I. t. a
KOlhln."Id.on.. d o.a d. 50. .. and .h.m'rl. luppllnequipment L.UI..d values.CLASIIPISO WHEE
n't lei lb on.cven ly two ,I.... .Ir".urb. pollos wd.r.
WH 702 MainMU
I have filed ",y potlllnn fir final hours prior to bid .....nln.. further detslle rail st the 'C brld.eo. K. K. Morl.. SOSOIlS.i.akoland. e. SALEsMAN WANT D for lo. lou'l Florid
that I will apply to hood.U.
rHacharro and '
Otherwlee. II will I.aeon.Ider..d Hbov office. The II.rld. ('lru.eo all 25.011 CnmslialuoSI I Jitoi
tho Hon fill-hard A BronnonCounty Proa Parkini' I. Rear ol 51005PRIME
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of Polk County. Ih.1 csosp.'lfIl'otIoossro imlHelon rllh 0 Tilivliloni __ company .n.II". hoapllal-
Judio clearly understood by .11 reject any or blda I v '.otlon. group life. accident and
Florida, tho lath (lay of March /.I
on
144, for approval of tho .."' and bidduro. lb. /. SAM BASKJChairman roll TIUVI.ION o. 511 h..II. Apply lord... Dairy' _DISPLAY_ __CLASi7piTD L
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call at r.
For further detail > PENCE Company. So. .. Lk. WIn D"
for final dlorhanto a. Aitmlnlo. YOT.1 .k. lust "' ... SoIl .
Orator CIA of tho eetato of Kalh ahov office The Florid tho right' CltruiCommlaalon to ,t .TJANNALOrirE/ _ _ .. M down poymaotluaranUod lurlfty City MU d-al.a.Uphoiserllg WANTED SALESMAN. sepip .l
tin* ttavldoon, deeponud. reeervea NOTICE TO CREOITOOS Wl050OHnOdSr'mod. wIt Service shoo suri. H:ahwai
Thla lOll day of K'hriarr IMIa reject sny or sit hid.. IN thiS COUST THI Lokiland, InduiWf, WI S41JS 0 ocroii front too Huh school

/ / F.. C. Mcflnrtt. ,./ IIAM' ,IIASKICh.'r" .. COUNTY JUDOS. '" e P,.aitlmaua. P... CU,.

., C. N.CI.rKa.AlmtnI.IrSSnr POLlS COUNTY FLORIDA .
5001.1-F UPHOISTIRINO ALUMINUM ,r.d.
CTA (_'_-704. In R., Ecta'0 01 C FuraltgraIncama SlIp rororo sod CrISIS.. .AMAI. .o.ml.'o.' bula. MU DOWNTOWN BUSINESS
< ( tha ..!.!. ofKathrln. TO e. .... .o. C.I
i NOTICE 0' INTENTION THORNIH'ROJ. .." Free .&''m. nIck u" -2MR .r.r p m
Davldion MAKE APPLICATION FOR BIIDEI arns Curnlturi pelono and dellverr. Phone 6II-4440. KM REAL ESTATEOFFERED
Dec*.ad. FINAL DISCHARGE To Al Creditor and Persona Hv. w "ab.r'. ?orsIto. Phos. ia RuIll oSn.or tO Ra.V.I.tla.

C..u_ In R* Petate of ln Claim or pemnd Asalnat 111.

NOTICC, uNoaoi FICTITIOUS ALKKKD D ORCVFR l.k fJitau Blinds
BTATUTC I I.. ..... andsnr P. of )'ou ore her*- .

TO WHOM NAME IT MAT CONCERN : TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN : br lemanda notified which to file Iavo.SInoI. and VERTICALS AND horllreflauhed .. CUT VACANCY FOR SALE

Notlpo I. ".r.b) ('Ivan that tO.ofld.r.ten.d. you I/oela, Thorn INCOME TAX ."u'.Iur.d. olsnod.
Ivan that I he ( .ofAoa Ip."o.
with Notic la hereby (
sectIon Its..M.In LAWS compliance of Florida' have filed my final report so Ad bursb d..o. In tha office ofR a and up Uas blind. .AIM .u\mohll.. *.nuns.2717OH firsts lelllnf 6 .ossd llowr unit!, .apsf..'.ortlc
.
("rirtltlouo Namo ..'.Iul."). will' mlnletralor of I h. eetale of AlfredD I,'herd Brnen. County Judgeat 5 .t.L. YI TIME. 5.... sod) ooiement. TOm ft .11 IXCELLINT BUSU

...1.... with tho Clerk of tho Clr.ult Uruver, deceaeed; that I ion.flIed M* office In the wllbln Court ala tloue calen* atHartow H&R Block Co. INVISTMINT PPrtunity, leldom' ...,''obl. ,.

Florida c otirt.In and rorclpt for PolO of Conntv proof- ch.....my. and petition that I for will final apply dl.toha 'lie month, Florid* from February 1. c WMkdara AM to I M HIS .snd itrotei 5 locsrion si thit. 'Info

upon I i R 4. whlth I* the dale of th* SaL Sua. I S UDGflCUSSlfD !Issues .njaipiniei
or tho publication of tOll """... Hun Richard A Mioneonrunty I rent with Classified Ad. ".11.. pertaining to pries, .nt.
.
tho flclltloua namo. to.wit Johnunder '.. ,' JurUte of Polk 'ountylorida >ul>llc.tion of thIs nolle. In writ;..hrl.lm 1M West Walnut SI ADS *ysil.bl,* sn requeit Showej ty .".'nl-
I.
demand muit
which I will en.i"e In buolnia on lbs loth day ot March or .l. Phone Room house i ...
the plan rf n- apartment ,
elate
I r wort to en".... In bud.C. 5554 for appioval of tre earae and ns. miiat 688195 "
.. .. Admlnutra' d.fltsao I poet of(lie addr>->' 0' IXCLUSIVI WITH
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.. In tha Jlall at $..rotornOn fur fInal dIsc.
of Alfred O ho claimant muai u. worn to store Want Ads bring I
>:.et Memorial Butilxard In 11. 110' of thie tala
CI\1iF 01 1..11.1.. EI.'rlt.i. ION'cc. Ieccuecd and .n".& lie filed O..f"d. or G IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS CECIL ROSENBLUM
.f February. 1054. eli i.me will v.d.AItrnT you tenants fait. Dial MU
Thst tb. part Inl......1 In .Id This lalh duo Ip..m. I
a-.... .nl.r.rl.. ,I. L.Inds U... C M. tlo.ld.rd KEY BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION MAITOR
..II. ...1. 114 Polmols Lnko All,,:flullilor 6-1131.
land Florida ownor I of ,h.al.. Cf i. TOM WATSONAlSortey DIALMU 6-1151-Ask For Classified 1831 South Florida A.e. Ph. 682-6036
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Dared at Lakeland Polk County. 1.11101 0. l.kuVU ineul II
Florida, tebruaiy HI uaeU7od. > 11.......<1. I 41"*..0 )'Iorld.
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M LAKELAND LEDGER. Thurnday.- Feb. 17.- 1M4 REAl ESTATE 1* REAl ESTATE
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*MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE -I f THeN. Off WB1A. SAILj IN SOM WAV IT MILL Jot fer Sol' 144 Acrag, lots For Sal*
ttJB TrMB I HOPS ID COMBINE B! LIKE LOOKING POff A LONQ 144 Acreage,
=
97 Artlctti For $Bl.-Niic. 103 Furniture t Appliance* A LOT OP PIFAWWB WITH LOST PIRATS SHIP HOW CHOICE M I40' lot 1* llf 1417rern
== JUST AS UTTta BUSK4ES3A3 DOS* THAT PROPOSITION Pla' EXCHANGE OR eomblne yoiii RETWICirRATORS.: w A a N B II '" NtCEeswrlRENTAL5 JTRIK8 VOO? fall MU '..33)4.OORD I

UMint lump*, ....1.. iia. > h...ler*. air conditioner*. *lc All'm.k. BEcflOM no*--open Intun School.
eoe/ner Bee iee repaired. Prompt = Near Orlllln Cleared
*d undor perionalMltPOMKMKD evnertic Acri. Pick Hour lot now
nol I< .. till-aua. ....> *. ..* u. for : rlVB -Oi pll.n... rour Kelvlnaior. ..ndIIoro. .itul blah lot* with lentr ol.hada traded road. Call Ed ..ul., MUtjdot
furnilur'\ |. b toomt dealer Nil* a> DIY TVApnee. "' tree.. Total pr_ t4.tt5
told t.. >eiuu ". .. 1330 Auburndal Rd with T. IW Tucker Jr.Realtor. ..
...or.*"* .*. U Mrk. tt.dini. down tl month For more
........ 2II.a "."* **"". """*" I MU ..2111 :1-IU iMform.uon call Jerry Mardl., MU ellTJ.BBTWtCN .
NU I.JIIII. W'ROAI"' CliiarrrrUI rebuilt ;.. CY 4-12It ar Lit* wIn......, CT

FOR BA14E to *nd .u*..nled *jOT end 4'11IIII : .11111 Wlnler, H..en. PtAHT CTTY AND .
model atude I
*r. lour eood um ; up Free. Intl.union. Al.am W N1iD:1: S I4> 800 cre. ol LAKELAND
. Bui .a.h ollrr or run.ood will' Lakeland ....1 DUll in new or flat land. Prefer Artenlln Beila Pand road huh rolllni 10
Ir.... 'or ...011 boOI ..d klklt "..d TV at Nil* oar TV 11 JO pwlure. Leae* or bur. Con. aorai with 4 acrei IB I rear old
.....18.1.'MRO Auburnrt.le' .Moid Open till 00 :Jj jld.r other, R. M Pulldo and or.nn tree*. Small creek 4
pm MU e amWaWTINOHOUBE Boa Sod "' .rIII. ''10-.13., Tampa vein 3 bedroom and bath unnnlhed .
acoTt'm tro..1 tr iit bom. |uet noedi finish
13' ..1. ...nl.ln..... full.. ..UIP...... l in rucellcnt UPRIOHT condition Ireei-Call iiOV.W"8 acrai, plnind work *xa erptte tank lor

Don.ld.I'ke n.... APPI.. II. &..t M,, ,,I"' 'bJJ* alter f rarm> o.k.eWllon' Beautiful Lakeland huh fin* .land nd; ...U.., 110.tOO WIU 13000down.

-- 0011. Prlc tJDO per acr*. Term

dlo.AIRPLAN-.c"A.. 10.. 11m.. .oaoo BADCOCK'SArt AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS REAL ESTATE 20". CJ.01.down.. or Be* Rar R L 1C OardnerR Leli at. ,v *er* trv*. ,eir old Hm.Una .

wrou.h' lro.. liD. 17D1:1" .... OB Sour IUIOO.WondiHul .
Havirf Th.lr Dirk. .11'. 1011 **at Main
.1.. .....77.. SEMI.ANNUALTRADE.IN llo Automobllti For Sol* 121 Mobil Hornit 130 Furnlihid Houttt 139 Uftfnilfb<. Houiot 141 Mobil Norn L tBIAXITIPUl Phon. 881-133. '.Wallon Baat at Plant

l 0CHEVROLET. .Pour dooi PASTURE LAND 400 ..ro.. C1I7 I acre hlih land part
MOD Two lood UMtf ........... CLEARANCESALE Ml CHEVY II air ..ndlllO...: MONTItRAY 10..0' With 10121' "0 DUPLEX n.., aouthial*. VNP'URNIBMm DUPLIIX bod.r. LAROB Itiadr lot .ood Mil. *oro* tlnber aeml- .id iron 110 ooo *3.ooo down
On drop h.... *intor uwmt mi. .ulom.LI. ".a..I..I.n. d t.hoolfr. .. ,...... .......od p.r.D. Corn.. Throo room., blth ofporl. l.un- ...... ......rt. blor.. orhool.. lor uailer on take Parker >p- cle.red Near Plant Cltr. OnlrIM
.hl... I I.. burn.r .11 ...... tlnltd .1.... 11..0. C'II I 1.1. 1'1.' 3 a..d.a. 'ark. dr. I.rlllll... Perminrnt WnanUprrferred '.nUllllO. '.0. II.. C..lla.'OH .. tie Tank, water aid alectrla. PB ( per .,... Trrmi SI* down R. I HARTNETTnealwr
.to... Coil 1180111.POR VP TO 11I0TRADII.IN 11118.7113.WI Lon.f.II.. ...d UO IHIo-aSJI. "- ., '8104010. 1113..31. It b. Oordn.r. R O..011 orK .
R.. Lei *t Dirk'I He.llw.. Hilda KII..... Auorlat*
.ALII M.W .h.llo. oj, ALLoW4Nca FINANC'I V.ur .r'dlt It; iUliiu8i Ir. i;; ilTWo'ldroon hou.e Inood THREE BEDROOM with earportNOrUi TRAILER OWNER Y.u'll en lormi 111 Welt Re,nldi at.
..u.. ..... 10.. Dolne _lor. .10 NU FOR YOUR OLU BKUROOMUl ...d. Lo. .. 140 d.oa. lunahlal. wllh ub.... Oood DU'. .m.. nrlihborhood l>93 KMt '0' Ma.laohir.etU, 17.. "- on rour awn lot la tk. 1011 rut M.ln. phon ,8d133 Pboo ".-1081 or 7I3-M1*
' 'M'. .n.. 11m.. > TO tilTRACKIN Deed Ciri, 1I..Sti8 WIIII.m..0... ONr Troll.. Par.. Lemon Cll II3-37'"I or 84B5i ...nth. Coot Brown MU t;.HU1VB ..od. Trailer B>laln. Tw* Plant ClIO

SACRIFICE COMPLETE aet Hook ALLOWANCE R"AL NICII I." HudlOn .I Wlnlt, Har.n EATON" PARK' lw* pedroo i: ROOMS all electric R.n.. mock. Soot of Lake Parker onJunel 3 ACRE TRACT
or Knowled** ttt lNU t 1 1PHILX KOR YOUK OLD UV1NU ROOM On. Don.r. AI. oo.dllion.d. ,. .ar..rl. (lie baUi nlreliniatied fur. .nd refrUerator furnished Oond Btret lari lota. paired In B Lakeland, on tfeiirableRemold 14S Butiniu. rroptrtyRealtor
BMt between p m I UP TO (50TRADK d..m.U. A.kI.. 127.. IoIU ..: 122 Mobil Homii Wanted 117 10 *eekl.., 170 I, ....th.I' location on Para Rood ...1 .ire.l. .. mulcted Follow .Ion.iindenroundutlliue. .. Bdwrd"iwr Ro.... Him >nd dr..

) II" r.noo''. TV ..".., I I -IN AUAJWANCBFOR 1114 68a.1071.FOVR monUi Permanent Unanta, St3* Jr.. Realtor tUJ4 ;too on hard rod, too deep. TAMPA HIOHWA., 110 821'.
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b.... 0_ eondlll... .ltO RCA YOLR OLO APPUANCI 1"3 CHEVY Impill' (our doorlardlop ; WANTED TRAILER under II 011O.1 ROOM ...u.. 01 ,.. Lon.on "28.UNI"URNISnlD 0' II.....". Ue* for horn >IW. urleullur! O.n.. ..nll .11.. oha Br.a.aon .
IIOrlOb'.o.dQ.L"H' 110'" UP TO 110 tictorr air radio, heatr phone T.mp., ,2 ..6U .. R..d. Coli en.un. TWO b'oomh.u. or vaetur*. ONLY UOOO Im.1I 114 Weit Main St.
uo 1'1' "'.....n.CHILDCRAP'T I I TRADE ALLOWANCE c'll 6I3-431I tter 7 p mml lun" Oinn t.to EMI Uroidwiir. ;; .... '40 .nd .... 'caao. IG dow* parmenU Caar torna. J4*
KH YOUR OLD OlMnCe T.OIP', KATHLEEN ROAiilhr"- room ..booll. MU IS791BIX : cloiini 00.... RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL,
AND World B.nk.0mpl.lO. i i1UDFBAKiR Lark: nation, dUP''M, automatic! wairter prlvuetei TRAILER indu.UI.I lota. tltel all Brew. Mel
. C.II .llOr .. m. C18 Tb4* Special Value* .*ion Clen *>cllent condition Accept Inlanl RelereocoleiJMKII ROOMS. acllrua .tr..l. ....d..rn. Rudr, Realtor. 1137 E, MMnorialINDUSTRIAL
OUI 1\ rail MU eovuM2 124 Truck., Trailer .1&. et3-U40. iird... 'u" '70. ..UNonlll'OlI. .1 A. S. MORROW BI.d. .......,.
.. MU .-o.fta.'i'iiiiiiaEDROO" LOTS
iiHiJroRD. ..wll .. REALTOR* LMLA TRACT adtoln
NECCHI ZIG ZAG W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Mala ...UII,. C.lI ''Ien CHEVRO"1rT ..I.u... A.I 131 For Rtnf MI.ctlloniOBiiOMMBRCIAL Brandt OWc approximately Ii
NU '.ltl40 .11e. 4P" Kraft Fwodi.
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Automatic .. "' "ndlllo IIVI. JJO' "'uUl "" .. n... _t .lIIn ..t DI.I.I.... EXTRA LARGE lOB .. Memorial Blvd.MU A.ro "lOh..'. Railroad. ttooooi .
.1. interim*. Likin ''o.. ind W.rehoute Id. KPRIDENTIAL ..h..l. 1014 "uUs T.aa_ PAVED ROAD i w71tACRE J. Br. na., Realtor, "I1103. .
kuttoni. blind illtchea, mon.Olnmi Muibrrrr. Florida .e.le. r.dlo hei... ...tomolll ..,. urnl.hed or unlurnl.hed rental CRYSTAL LAKE .
*ut. Mlken .11 l| line, Mulb-rrv llore. Hoiim lran.mlllion. air. eondlllon.II ... .r tr.d. .hn B..U.h 1.17 ,Mel. Rudr Realtor lt>7 But Melal THREE: BEDROOM one b.lh In
.tltoh**. Bold (or to nlnr. I.lam 10' p m dalln. a lie. '0.. rondIU.n. Mu.t ..II .. _.. Morkl..blrd.on... Lo..I..d" "." Bl.d. 01-4107 .a"I.... lood locillon 1740 Huntlmurlental AREA 14( Farms Grovi, Ranch**
,
now du* nlr tit M or .. pel until tOpen II. ..tot.. C.II .....,78 .r 81t1.ala8 ll5. rNTERNATIONAir i '- Ion 1100 per ..on,,. Call MU i LOT
...ath. : All D.F Wedneedirrr : D".UD truck Orlvlnil owner 133 Mobil Homii an or MU St. $1,495.00
>\ to ....ciie .lore, .. 26000 mile. |5tO. 30J3 NorUlKloilda Outside city corner lot. develLAKrFR FIVK ACRE Plant CUT farm .
MU 2-4137 Florida PLYMOUTH .1.1 ion .....n. Bo7l7412S TWO bedroom boue horn*, furntahed. Mva In IIJOO.
L>krl>nd Airaciat torlit III.lt Verr nire. C.M MU 141070J CLEAN MODERN furnt.hed houw.ralleri .' rlo.. la. modem oonvenlenceinUi $150 down $25 month only $2,000. Cain talk. Clark Itoalir, ...e.IOU. .
"Ia'i 0.' A..nu.. K.lhl... 0.".... Good llvlnfondltloni no ... Inoulr II) Wei6t i .
Zld ZAG AUTOMATIC No Florida A.. iiD -- BUSH Utllltlei (urol.hed. P.lm.". Blrool.I. LOT ..
,Badrock Will Treat Von Coupe; RTr.d. thirp .
Bu. .11 10-1' 10 w..kl.. e3. Phone
MODERN tw bedroom duo I
147 Ificcm
and finance Pnptrty
V-l ,.
Automatic tewing machine .11 UBED: BUHES lor ..... Brhool 3.". ..I. .
'iU Y.i tron'I..lo." Call oil-Mi alter ortrpe > elfclrlo kitchen. 113.8240 or 682-2283 Sewer and city water. Will
console. Like ER iR-A 8i'i RiD.l k I..m. "IY Ford, Chevrolet' UMeN.r. NICK MODERN hou.eu.ller Nlri' ftIJ.81101.
new. Balance .. pum.... .n .r.'d n..; Inlern.tI..I. ..rom 11I00u. lean Pl.ee to live trade give or take cash. THREE BEDROOM bom*, tan*

$36.88 or 18 per month t.h.:: :::" N ::" :: ':.7.'': 1 Ml..Mr-HCEDF""Eitra clean Sedan will orl.ln.1n.n. trade! .. Contact Iniraham H R Avenue Lewli. ttl102 41tKonth 319. 3ti06 Norm Florida.Adulu..a.nopen SPACIOUS painted THREE, Lane .bedroomiNewlr ..d. c<... 144 Acrtog, Lots For Sal KATHLEEN AREA t.r
Fully guaranteed.MU Radio he.ler' Call M3-7M1 al.WO port Conveniently local**. 1401MU iroperty and owner al UOJ Tn-
: ; ::;, 'thn. :rsM; lIa.tl I.r I ... Q4134THREC .lewood. MO 1-1210.
2-4137 '' FURNISHED TRAILER ? "IVB ACRI tr..Ia. .21 ...... 12.m.nth. Large I lot, paved road, $!..
IHE DOWN p.ymenl iUbm.dl ONB '11 Bull k &ala... ....n RENTALS : BED ROOM 1.0 b.lh N.I Rud, R..lto,. 112'B <:L".I.IIID OII"L"YI
i on new Hot Point froi2Door C.II NU '.1740. l'io bedroomi. A.c. Lari* front n.., Like Parker and Wauonllnlc 1 Mrmorlil Blvd MU (-4107OIB8ON SCO.
LI..I.um .u.. . OJ 81 UP I... refrueralor. nel ... porch Nice lot Nokomli Ave.ihu 160 ....tb. tJO EaeV Vaencli -
t9M Hllh back r.k... tit tS d."...l ...in Take over p.i .or.m..t. .h.1' ..'I1IUNDERRIRD.. lor ..,.. 8.1 121 Budnet* Placet for Rtnt and wawr lurnl.hd.. lit PARK Attract* lakelew LAKE FRONT LOTS I '63 CHEVY II
1131 to piece dlnett.* of t> 63 per month Phoa.MU .ftoo. MU '07' ...k. SIX ROOMS lari* iu Lara wooded nu win II
at t .. . tM 15 NU.I ( CHEVROLET' .""four door."; : icreened porchei. bodrooOl.1 .ewer and wiier I... Oood termi. Close l In Outside. I 4-Door, 6 cylinder, SNtle"!
Ret. til to Bo. .print STORE FOR tlorai' or ah... McCollough-Frazer NBC Land Companr, i >-00ttCHOICE .
orInner.prlna VACUUM CLEAMRS rebuilt re- Cle.n' on* owner. II000. .nd llvlnt ou.ner.. 20" W or .'ton. Inquire 1332 I Wafon. Auromalic drivo,
11111. mattrei.fertlllier a-t-t. 10 IbUr ..11.1.0.ta idllloiird new Krpiir.. porll. Columbia. AfterC.ll 110 '40. Fhon 083-JOll or IIJ.IVI. Inc. J EXCEPTIONAL himea, threltedroom. 14.', dlrocllr BDILDINO. behind lite, l&O. I DEVELOPMENTPROPERTIES rcdiw .!>< ntr. Bockprlc
3IDO C1e
".... D"'roo.. 'Ulloo oo..pl.l. Or.'d' Electric 3111 ClenliHenhl. ,.. FORD 'O..j.ilb'' .. lot B. Memorial *lt-71lt .. lyi bilhi. bu ........ Helihti Blvd. Call MU a-end i on rhit whito" .bMuryIt
... II Bl\d MU 6-B2 17. Mr.. ImlUl .1 102. Pin..... I'80 ato lloo, Clark. lualtr, Mil, MU a-3670 $2065. Our thiiwtwkondl
.. prk
.. lot unftnl.hedlurnllur TWO PIFCE >ectlonl, d el i ith. PI. 29 Furnithed Apartment 80-4031 I
. .. M IS vp ." Bro.n *nd ... Like nIllce ... II. R4MHLtoR Am".n ad... 134 Mobile Homo lot. I i HOMES" Orove Pork. Threebedroom. LAND BUY-1010 acre, aemlclr.red *nly
flood u..d TVl .. Ml 6Bbr .. MU t-4674 I'd ..ndlu.n. .m FURNISHED OR tinfurnl.hed, prl.T .. tw> blth.. Florid 1340 .cre pine c.ttle land 160 fenced per aer*. 20 Acres, part grove wooded $1795Frank
nillnuM . ItUIM 'MIBCKLLANEOUBurnMlnik MU "" I IAL .te b.lh emr.nre. tJTOO toctt LAKE BONNY Four Star Mobil room. 1131 IIM. Clark, 110.".. croM fenced. Corral r.ncb. and acreage,
dm.lle MU .. Ill 15 up 00 monthly. N...... Horn Park New linen Iota in,11116-4031. and loadlnicbutel
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flood iieed itovn tnd lot ao. It.. < BAROAIN. '111 eMIII..1r.0ndIU..od. Apart- 101 per aero. CO acre,
> . refriru Ml*M- .tin ert punt 13 II .lion ...k... .ulOm.".. ..dlo. h..tor. APARTMFNT neat and n., but line.. Block Utew i, It blth, Florida room head of ...111.. onlr "0 000
Alto lri* lock ol Plumblni *ndHaidwar ... '" R..n dr.l d Into rl.on. Convenient Southelde lore.. Orove Park ; built In., nil Clark Kealtr. J.OOO acree. '.u,' mil.* from Cyreu -
*. WE BUY ....,... 'JOO. NU 3.1401. MU lion. Near Dixieland' anod n.l.b.blrh..d. Oood lake fuhlni Bhopplni and boatnt Oenler. ..88.'OU.VNI'URNI"HKD. Oardeni, U S. hlthwayooteie. MOTOR SALES
2.071. Call onlr I7>0 per acre. BM
MU
POUT POAM RUBBER J-3J83 .
I Bmill peu. 1840 North cr>*- THREII bodr..mh.m. II. C. Leu or R L. Oardner. 300 S. Florida Ave. 1111 L Main St.
OUTLET SELL 1060 DODOE. ID.oo ..II.., MOTEL APARTMENTS ona ando t.1.0.I ke Drive. MU 1-7473 .11 .. on lI.nn 110.... '110 Dick.a Realtr. loll Caal
M.ln Phone MU 6-2193
WE W. PAY Cut It TOP An PRICES* ....1 TRADE ..wn... .utom.u. ....n'l I. ...m., lIa..., utllltte* fur. DIXIa MOBILE Park. 4K t 0 MfW monui Clll MU 0tOBIcnool Ption MU stlllbedroom ::1 MU 3-1235
.tro. II. ,
Ir.d. Ord .wn. il.hed Dill"* Motel. 4800 Mewampa irapa HI.h..oro.* dr TWO B&DROOIooca.. L.... CL""I IED 0.8..1." ,
Pot
Good Vied > room.Dra.
Furnitur ..IVII ACRI ..
hi. .nd
G-O-O-D err 1.0 .
:: : b '11I'0 Hllhwly. unlclpal ... .. 1.1t'1 .... -
and AppllncM : ro..I.: m I .w. MWW*. t 110. rolrlor.to. fur.nl.h. modern hou.e, hardid.
USED VPPIIR TWO brdroom, IItin.room. P"o... 662.a.73.LAROII .... '711. llire n.hbOrh.od.Kh..on . pond Irritation fenceddecapod .
CALL MU 3-2044 >7 CHEVROLET. : 9 door. V-8 .Ilch.a. D.lh. .....r .lo..1t MOIIILIL homo lolt '..r"I Drlv.. 88.3nUa. .. term.. Plant Clly.LAKELANDS .
loor "'.. Fureilent: N... ..
motor .UII ator. bill. Adull. 88 "7n 7I1a.a71O.
Polk Trading Mart FURNITURE.WARNOCK Clll MU 8-fltn8 Mlltoa 8..1. Ph.a.KIIYKRAL : I"T : r :10'K"o':1
ONE UEDKOOM: aaraiml .. .port. I 'r BEST .vlu. Lot7tBl7t
1001 RAMBLER Cla..lr Air con400(10 Child accepted olf t'treetnklni TRAILER 1)40 Oakhlll SIMODEHN "I ', wilklni' dlitanr* Msouthiat
01 KWT. ta EAST dlllnnin.. .I..n. otl'no'' ".I.t. water lurnl.hed. 150. .p.r. n.lI.
.1.. P.rh.. Tnll.. P.rk. .aoa THREE bedroom ihonplnff ind Mhooli
mllei. ||95. R.,-', gull IItlB.Hlla.FOUR 1'1.. 1.mp. ,. : 11000. Call MU 1-0621 MU
FURNITURE "ervlc. 1101 Hlthu Hi biUia Built-in ran** or
99 Blah, Motors, Supplli* Bouln Florida ROOMS bath' Fiirnlihedunlurnuhcd .iven. tio monln to p.r..n.n, 16'0 CHEVROLET
& Appliance "Ti i;;: 4'doM ur Clood location enint. Howard OllletU, Kr.llor
PI8HINO BOATS. let 50II UP. Exchange 8 ..1I.dor. n.. rub.... n.. ,N'.r rolleie, churchei ...d.0... MOBILE LIVING 688-41711 or MU e-iMO evenlni.
...dd'obo..d.' un..... ..UbI.l.. MU 2.2222 akeland b..k.. VI.., ..rl..t. '711. C.II Morton 066.10.0. BouUllldiJO
p.ddl.bl..., .Ulbo..d.. u"er.. MU d-408. AT ITS BEST THREE BEDROOM DEMO. SALE
302 LAKE PARKER lovely John Brennan Re.ltor.'
C..IoU. .. H..ad.I.. WI..It, II.. E Memorial Blvd. brand new Ueet
I.u, room. III* b.lh. Main, 6M-4I01
., ..... lerrauo
n. aIJ. Wh, not tlv* it a four ilir ...rk .
17 loori, Uire* room ,itudl. ele, ''
Automobiles trlle.t
Wanted < B MIrl..tor
FOOT Chn. Cr.ll twin .. .. flr.t floor MU 8734. on a lovelr l.ker Tin tint hi.rllr TWO D1tO CB houee, re SAVE UP TO
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type Mver. drlnklniw.ler I ..
104 and electrlo' .love .
BB. depth recorder. trdi. 11Ip Cot Oil Foil
CLEAN... THREE ROOM clean attracllvNorton direct power rompinr meer. h..l.r. deep well. Verr
311 Mixlmo P O. Bui .. Auburn. .1 to .1 .
d.le. WO '.3811 PROPANE OAS for i'ooklni h..t.In. M.d.1 C.II MU ',;1662. II"'.. ...rtm.n.. H..r L... .'lont for with minimum all I thi electrlre.1 tun type bill rec.re. I ,. .8..,'01. NOTHING $1500PENDARVIS I

1B.1 14' IlbenUi boit 40 H P .. hoi wner irriini.. I.d". ..i :Y : H.:;rIIJ : P :: :!I:ennenee. Kwlk a 8-Chek 4BBBOUTHWDK. tJO South .i Ion fMllitlei The., thlni.SHORES'VSBknVLLA'aE TWO OR thnmodern b..r.."' .. CI..I ,
motor tilt trailer, .utomnlclirter. Irl.1 U>* Clll BIB68 I.. 1m. u IP .:r.. __----- :; W. lawni. "hODI. .tor.
. upholiiered ieu. Lllhl ...rl.1 0.. ftervliAuburndile UJ310S N.. NV J.aI8, APARTMKNT Mice- are (ml north of the vlllne of 1&8 includlnt utllllt... .
II.. n... NU 8.0013. Hlihw" WI PAY t5 up for Junk carl. I' furnl.h.d. Permanent ten"" .ike Alfred near Rt 12 on Mow.r ;-iiODiRN. throo bodr..m..

14 PLYWOOD boll 31 HP Evlnriidi Free pick up Tonkel.. Iron and d..lrod.3-8937 3JI3 Circle Drive, MU t Road I... b.Lh.. Plorld. ..."' ........ I II too big or too ima.ll to
moler tnd Co> Ir.lln CHI Jiwilrycoin. Metal Inc eti-iiit ,..d. on bu. IIn.. ..rm.n.nl ...a..nll. .
WO 7-2131. AuourndlllPl.le CASH IN IN DIXIELAND larta apaitmenlelHlrlg UJO W..lott,. MU .11'.
fI..h. .. 0' pl"p. All kitchen. Utllltlei. 13S Room For Rent be told in Classified Adst
II' ARltAN"a Trn.I.. .Iumt. ,WI PAY n'h. dl.m.nd.. IOldtoln. 81 .r .''der. C.II 168.1181. Wild lurnl.h.d. CLEAN TWO bedroom houe* on

IIU"I" H P. .hn..n .,..trlo ... .. ..Id...old pl.llnum .1I..r., Dill Howard.WANTIID H-jnt. ....nlnll.a Adult. *. Phon Ml LAROI ROON. .I..a. n.., DU'. nice lot Bleotrlo, .love. ro/rl.. Dial MU 6-1151 for and CHEVROLET CO
N.loon' .I" lOti 8uuUs l'Ior.'d. ...tor and wa. ilnl machine. I 7'
... ..ntrol. Till U.II.,. .."' .. OIoD lunk .... 0' n.. in U..II.m.n pr.I..d. Prloo roo-
uoo. 1131 Columbia. After -- wror... I.r '..h. Prompl CLOBK apirunenli. wel onble. MU 2-1J4I. .13-_ .writer and tell her 310 N*. Florida A *.
. 'Wi"iiJ ; i u.khN; 1 tall B'o' < k'.. bl3-tl01 : elr.n IOS-IIIO. W.teL ON'E TWO BEDROOM hoiu*. eloi.. I.
)'..1.. AI.o diamond.. p.Llnum, WI..L PAY .. .lr..I.j.utnl.h.d.! Cl.r Doiltr, IIti. VACANT r..m. w..t ..aorotlr' B..to.n. 110 per month 1007th what you want to sell! I
..d John I Uuwn. 8U .h I.r rl.on m.n. C.II .8..aOIl. Ollmore. MU IJB.18lihed .
NEW Eftt t Lemon plrkup 11 .r .Id.,. MU I '< vUltoriFUHN1BHED CORNER: BKDROOM ientleielerred. ...
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::, ;.: : : .n' TWO BIWROOM hou... 10.18 Ro.Ifll.
al. '. 10 weeklr. Near DU.
CACCI CRAFT 107 Plumbing Supplli* CASH FOR YOUR CAR I'lI.n.. 8IJ'00.11 Ulilltl.. p.ld. 'J' ..... .MU id 2..81..lore,.. tit weit Mum. .13..78." .tr.. .... WeiUld'11 unJual.h'd.. lIaUJI.'.8 I

Pendirvli Chevrolet, will
FIBERGLASSFishing Montgomery Ward bur rour car I If It'i clean 417 Souw TenneiH APARTMENTS*. ReiionaMU .t.. 138 Unfurnished Apart. I ,,,..,,,,. .".".

GET A GAS HOT WATER CAR PAYMENTS U'1I6'. REAL ESTATE

Boat with bait HEATER FROM WARDS .UMMER RATES, hardwood LINCOLN COURT ApartmintiLikrland
well an t air tanks. loon. porch electric kitchen '. flnert for colored people .
Have Hot Water When TOO HIGH? 011 h..t... w..her. prime bath, North Lincoln and Weit 7th .
10 ft. $139.00 You Need It! ,nlr.nre 1041 DoroUiyitJlET MU 2I1B4RAND 143 Mobil* Horn Lot 1ffif. '

11 ft. 179.00 14-Hr Initallitlon Pendanl. Chevrolet will P.r. off CLEAN nicely I j furnlihed'leclric NEW. near collenchooli .. ,
12 ft. 199 00 117 N ..ur I.", nlod.' tlr .nd or.d lanr r..m ...artm.nt. BoUUl..I. Trill U th* nlee.l twob'droom
I Kentucky ,.u ho... la ... ,.u tin .lIord .' witer furn'lihed, | tirlulll apartment In likd.nd Free Rent. ,. .
12 ft. new style $209.00 MU 2-5103 B.. Mr 6HCI-01JU. Oik lloon, air conditioned bull1r.n '
13 ft. 29S.00U Ruueli or Mr Dunn iJuPiiiNJc': : Troomi; balh, In .e and ...a. .,ee.l.kll.h.n .. <:

...r ho.pitil bu- line. Y.u'U find none .. Free J
ft. 27S.00 10S Pianos t Musical Init PENDARVIS Adulu Towing.
no peu. Phono MU 3-J307 air. Charlei .n'..... Phone Mu .
3-4171

CRAWFORD MARINE ONB ANTIQUE llprllht B.F..M' CHEVROLET QUIET. I DISTRICT. Lak Morton 1'WO BKDHOOM: duple> In Dluleid In till central April I Florida'. m..t ultrlOdern -LiGHT- MEDIUMHEAVY -
Lonnell Inc BOO ''
A..nll.. MU 2- lit!Boutn Florida ..:;ii. biUt Adult*' ThW.J ,,.. Newlr" .red.ror.l-d |TB mouilhome p.rkIT'S I
310 N. Florida 7.. n..lh. Leihr, owner MU 2-4J41 ..1.11olrtl.
A. 146. AllbU"d. f'O ..tI.
Corner N. Florida and __
MU 2.'V... M mobUh.... ....Ia ""'or
Memorial Blvd. HEAR Con'AUK THREE room., ahowerblth ; ., .11 ..11 10<1111... on mi.. .....
THE NEW LOWREY 121 Mobil Homo* electric' kitchen on bu..ton DUPLFX.. three room indbath. pu., .a.1I .... ,..roOllo. Dulldl.. TRUCK TOWN
Phone MU 2.0448thit Super market arrou the Modern 140 month loteli.t
Lemon Itr..,. ALL NEW
WITH AUTOMATIC .treet |49 monUi (17 Com.. Telephonesj02ei
ORCHESTRA CON rROL''
you PLAY MONTEREY DELMAR Ro.d Drive Out Today To
a one.note melody MroRTABL. DELUXE TWO bedroom" with ...a.lral .
m.Llroll.lth four, ro"r rliht 0"hind'.'"and m.l.d auto-, MIRAMAR MARK .. ipirtment, THREE icreened room porch.ara > heat ind air condltlonlni. CIRCLE M
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bo.om.. 'ull ..h.rdhot.. moro VAGABOND '.111 m..th I! ,..rl, 12.1 Johnwn. Jilt m oven and rin.e. rMrl SPECIALS! !
fun from th* eery tlr.t not.I! nIl6.JalNt. d81-laIiO. I::.tor Wilklni dl.unce lahooii I
YOU'lLAGRE BEE: HEAR PLAY MOBILE HOMI INSURANCE and ahoppini Tha fin*. MOBILE I HOME
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THa! MANY beautiful .irl.i' now THREE: ROOMS end bllri 140 Dirtmen* In Likelind 1100 per II
.n dl.pl..1 month Convenient to downtown month. 133 'We.l Cirole street 1501 West Arlana St. I
DEE'S 610 Bait Ma.nolla. Phono MUJ45U C.'l E S Habl MU o-tUI or I
CANNON MUSIC CO. "'U ,.3870 Open 7 Day 9-6 P.M

303 f Florida' Ave eta.1141EAUTIFUL MOBILE HOMES NEWLY DECORATED live I
[ O..n "rld.r_ E.n'n.----' 8.1 N. Wabaeh Ut 6-BS9I 130 Furnlthtd Houtt .. ::::i CL""I IIO: 011"1."" SJfOda' of the Week

IPIN'-T pl.n... 700'. Pirk Hill. Inoulri UI ,.1..1.mllto.

Il7t, Coneolu, ..6& .t udl.'. TRAILER LAKEFRONT HOUSE Furnllhed, '62 OLDSMOBILE '52 FORD 2 ton long wheel fcoit, 2 *p.*d axle ..............................$100
JJB, upriiht.. '1'11 r b ..,.. 'ALEB .t.I.. la..r. lI.ht. and water. Children aocepled >
Br.wa'., 604 Bou'b 1'1.'d.ACCORDION. .ton..rlo. luppllei. Inocal .. Clll arter I p m. woekTWO
the Ledger Want Ad .urod. ...d.d and natloni d.... MU '..lnO.TURE. SOUTHSIDE I I" Celebrity aedn. Factory
no ... II ,,;iliold. ".n.potl... .10<.'.. 4710 N .... power .teerm*: brahoe.redio. .
'.U h... ,.., noo .11I1 Tirnp. Huh..,. MU e-1014 ROONS. Coupl. .. .,thb. APARTMENT ..... .... tinted .!.... 4

will tell your unused n.. 1U.ont... IIBO or be'l ...holl.r 'ITIXE HPAVPn travel ..,. arr..d ...rth. UIIIIII.. .b..nd.... .......... "w..to"'to tirai*. .>>Turto trlbeauty '60 FORD /i ton Pickup .............. ... ................?....................................$1095
ImmedlltelrMO W'lt. .. tralleri. o"n..I. 1'1.' .. DUO. .tor.. NU
M. 13' to 1?' On. of th* nleeit one bedroomipartmenti .... bo'lo. .ook ..... I.
household 11 1m. fast L.kvl.nd Ledi" .... Coktellti Blvd"Tre Winter fl 1r.llHavendnle Hn..n. .- 8.31 IS. All roomi lineMoeet 12.... .u, tit.,. I.. m.I.... '59 FORD Pkkup. Run good, look rough .........._.............................$ 395
FOR BALE Studio I IJlon. ""W.-.;;:: a9 t.8.lIa. HFDKOOM home. AUulli I... 01 ipac*. oik .1..... tr .nl

Check your home now .....phone.. flute. Emellenlira. ,: a cla"' ..",.....IIn"r"''on OWNFH TRANBFERRED nlu.1 only month. No perminent pell. Relerencea re.ldenla.. to.I1CM.Y HI. "' '''.0 or.Ile-h.a...U '."'911I.8. .....a. IoIUa.IJ.I. $2095Frank '60 FORD Rancher ...... ... .. ...................................................................$ 395

then call MU 6-1151 to H.' .. Open ev.nm,.. 104 ....ULl. Florid 11 Po* Blreet oordon* Mobil .. '55 INTERNATIONAL W ton ..................................................................$ 300
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Pirn >B8aifiiOIIII TWO toVnOON: h. To.a..11
plact a buyer-getting *d. KOIl BALE:. nlr Wurlli/ii, S ;; .hlld..n ....Pl.d. '80 Foster '
",."., UoO C.ll MU -- 'OJ1 PIII.11.. .Io.tI TRAVELO .'10/1 'nll .1.. nlonth. 8.a-ODO'. 139 Unlurnljhid Houiu 59 FORD Pickup. New paint. Real good ..............................................$ 900
Dat h. .Ir rondlll.n.d. AI.. 11010

MU 6-1151. 4 YAMAHA pm CONN pl."o,- ."........ W.od.lIh I.r...n.l1n.. bodoom. Will .nd..II : new FURNIBHKO.block houft* one No peudull. bed.oom .. ALSO PARTLY. lurnl.hed 1 end MOTOR SALES '56 FORD Pickup. Coed tire*, run good ............................................. $ 480

....loe. HI.h.., ou.III, ."d ,'.. ......'.1' OS..IIIHI' .. t7t month, Permanenlildenll I beilroiira Mel Rudr Rrallor 1111 E. Main St. '
bIU". IIa'37"1. IIJU lIou'l< Flor.Id. .Bt440tPUI'l 'IO'1937!. Eait Memorial ".d. WH 59 CMC LW.'. New paint. Good .hop ..............................................$ 895
CLASSIFIED OIIPLAV A..nu.. 668.lIWtI B home. I 1.0 bedenrellent MU 3-1233
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'.""on.bl.. 6. condition Bun I..* Cirole Prlc ,. Water I'urnlah.d. NU .. CL"81I IED OIlPL"Y I 60 FORD Pickup. Automatic tranimlislon ........................................$1000
112 Wanted Mlscellaneoui L.k. un., .

10' lIa', IPII. PuIU'.ID.. '59 VOLKSWAGEN. Rebuilt transmission. A can v.. canopy ..............$ 600
USED BUSES t.
CASH POR .
.ur uau. .. Ilrm. bedroom front tollOFFICIAL

IMI M.rmen M.rrlnet... MU 3-3)77. enrloture' kitchen 10>4.' eluinlnumcarport lomocrren I GUIDE I '60 DODGE M ton .. .. ... .... .................................................$ 795
a. "....n... lI.r, OOOD UBKD: furntlurt and olhe' im HIM M.ln

n"-.n. household. lt ni.. Top prl" p.d, l i ol UHEAT L>kei deluxe alum" '55 INTERNATIONAL 1 ton, dual wheels, flat bed ................................$ 500
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19.. Inlor..I'.n.1 M... MU J-J4 or MU _J-4J04 mum 40alO'. fiont kitchen two to rental bargains

....... "' ".....n......_ I bcdloonu. perfect condlllon, bank. the Classified section. '55 FORD W ton, itok body ..... ......................................................$ 500
O..b ..!!'!. !!!.d.I. I 011I Unon.e 117 O>kl'.nd Road.

TO .INSPiCT, CON.TACTl EAGER TO GO -Auburndalt- Turn back now for the I '60 FORD F-350 ono ton with itak body ......?.....?.............................$1175
1(158 GENERAL 31 >IO' ejc.l room apartment or house

'lent tondillon Mr. Bl>l>>. John'. you need. I '58 DODGE Panel .... ...........................................................................$ 450
Tourtit .
Purchasing Depl. IN BUSINESS P.. tut Eael Main
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Mr. GibbiFlorid" I II "' 61 CHEVROLET Corvan ..........................................................................$1195
: ClTA,Sl'JiTarO "DTPLAV CLAiSIFIIDDUHLAV,

Prtytrion) See the "Business Oppor 57 FORD W ton LW.B ......................................................_..............$ 750
Collf* tunities" ads in today

St. Ptriburt, ri.. I paper for the best buy'*, '58 FORD F-600 2 ton, V-8. Real good ........................?......................$ 995

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CL""I !!D a.-LiV" 52 FORD F-7 LW.'. Runs good, looks rough ......................................$ 180



WE HAVE A LARGE INVENTORY OF HEAVY DUTY 1RACTORS

BOTH GAS AND DIESEL


200 '56 WHITE WC-22 ....................?......................................................... .$ 480


'58 FORD F-850 .............................................................................. $2195
LUXUIIOUS w"nl'IOMT A'TI.I. FOUND !

"'- I. Ii's. a IotbtIXCLUlIV. CARSTO '57 CMC. Model "550" ............"............................................................$ 750

'IATUII.COMPUTI The Ce yeu've been look.. fee. Ye Thi;* Buufe'iil
..elUTION CINn'CON.IN.IUM CHOOSE FROM "*UMC twrtChevrolet w.lh*. 40t liwln* I* rMd .. .*.-. '56 CMC Diesel .?...................................................................................$ 895

Leaded ..... tra twhet (Mia, Pw e I'n.. Poererrikoa '
W.d.**>a> *Heatee, WKeel cvr*. Whlb* Will T.... 54 MACK Diesel ....................................................................................$2250
..... ... TIIIt _. T. ...." A,._

'10M .t5a ANO .., PI.00.. .11 IU.. ""D .a. TMI. AUTOMOBILK YODIIYII '60 MACK H-67, completely reconditioned engine, sleeper ..............$7500

-.. -.... ..... Dr ""' '''.. ...... Mar One-Owner Te "HII From
..... ... A..... .... Many !

,_ W. LAlli 'AUI. 011.T CHEVROLET CO. TODAY
SEE JOE OR ED 1 IfED'S
No... 'Oo4.'U'" 'IAI11" }
.-.... -- .- 310 No. Florida A e.Laktland \ TRUCK TOWN

AUTO SALES INC. 'fii
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.. ( DIVISION OF LAKELAND
.I..t FORD)
1053 E. Main St. Ph. <683-5744<

"Wh.r. Volume M.kn Valy* Pombl, *" 1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-2159



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147 lucerne PropertyDBUJXB 141 Watertrent PrepirtyBACIUnCB 153 Moves Fer Sale 1S3 Kevin Fr Sole IS3 Nooses For Sele 151 H.II... F.r Soil 153 Homes For Sale I* REAL ESTATE I CLAW ISO DISPLAY


Two OUTHSIDB '''''1'' Oil D A II *,..,.. De73e0. OS TO .......__ Will MUUira HOUSB roil HI. br .000 r .0 THREB BEDROOM CB "". nawconwr .1 153 Hemts Per Sale I '
roo...badrooma. oak. floor, *. Lam i bodroooi B*.*| lUMia badroom, two bath cur*).'Oombo Road Ta_. WB parmolol lou oil haat oondlttonlo.FHA. .. 62 PONTIAC
lr oaadlUoBad
% rrtoad tot hoBaa, TWO. Caah or wx-au. Unl .MidltlOB CB boon I* Hlih. III BIT noBia MU ti2507.1OVR FHA OR VA HOMESw. SPANKIN NEW widow _IA. *IJisai ;- i
box .. lB........\, lanoa, p1.' Lara lota. from ..118. (. elf w land hula for BrjloB, Call MU ami loBMvill* Hwnltwp c;...,..
cloiloi/ .Ml* all! (.-(11 J. w*.k ..... ,row .A.OMMhaa ("'M. BOOM bout*. unflBlahod. kav Burabar *f .......... 114 Btnra nnun BMV' i ,ctory .!ir. t w., _t,
TWO DUPLSLaStear apart.BioU ..1.. ....... a BUM Horta M *v THHKB BKDROOM. Iwo b>U ., ,11.000 after (e aan..1401 HUlUand Blnit InBrwldaBoaa IB nod Bar lAto- DOOM. TWO BATHS, CRKTR/U. "U0I' Yourself w.r wrn owi.. TII. hii
l kltobnu furnuliad. AirBaBdluaaad. -01. wood BBBWBMri c s MBitruotlon. Cork floor MB.Ual p.ai I..... IMS bedroom C* 045- AIL OOND. AND HEAT ON OQRNRH 1 ....... ....(hm wlt. I..-
REDUCED TO SELL!
BxoiU Bt r iuro OBlnr (30 DOWN Ml Bionthlr TftraoMdrooroa wooUoB PrIMe from (TWO LOT. aoUTMftlDI NEAR
..un.f.t. rno..' .n.oau. 150 MhcellaneewiHOMBB lurnUhad baat and....ur Bhapplnithoote.MndiuaBInt CB ...11I..., loo.- 5".000. farm ... Bioti raaaoB. CHVRf! MRS. SCHOOL. AND Four bedroom two bath th.. apoortimll' .U ..'ob..*. UiUalr l.Bd> .thither *oril sad
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... UOB Kltcnaa kullMna IVt batK. abla. Call belt tors look Bt HOUTHOATC. 11111 L D.R uRCADV I. ( BR hon ( 1 Ml* Lit.1] ..w Nne. Sub Brfat
DUP13Z PVANIeNED CI_ IDA I. 50400044 sod ciiOROVB
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aiaal at (7.(0*. Ualiv, realtor. uUIIUN 554 ,1p4. ro550Uo5. loci" .."tU.II. _.....r.'.... Sh/plsp. r.ur luiiir* ....ID.. TO MOV THIS AND dining room, two story with (ORo Buritd, Fla. klUh.B, I bout. IBwturai $27 IS.
room ar la-
710 north ..-- .. MU (- .110 N 5100. Sappoutw4t ob.Ir. "' .1. .. 454-0501. 5594704. WANT* TOUR orifB two extra lot. in Shore ,.... Clav.lBnd HIM. ItN....... I $25955dslyFrank
H4I.DUPLEX.. "U ..1210. This bowl MY IDIII' 0300 DOWN. ". .. .1
r WOK OOa.oUD OM lull '..IICI. of 4.5054. ........ Sit. Bm.1I h.dr.sln ohsbath. A. S. MORROW sv.xSNOa CALL SRACKNSY.. Acres. Only $13.5001 RN-
.. moOMlp I p.'ODIA.Coil
DU.DXB: ID vr! .* THErr( WEST OF wsvirTSS, h NU 5.5000
0.....botbood. bardwood loan. AND 4 404)000144. (300 DOWN PAPA ...... TOrN ...... MU -47BI. JOHN J. BRENNAN | FosterMOTOR
Blr BdlUoad. *|MIM* kaat, rO 'HA UUAUPIKD BUYtlU roots CB. oarpaUni. dnnriMUt *M DOWM tot _.Ull.. Twobadroom dot B Memorial Mtd. 759.LARGE
piaBt. aloMt ._.. rauM ua MItL ItUDY. KEAL1-OR. UIT B oondltloD. arroonod mil CB ........*, O4.w MU. -TIM ONE EAST! IU.llor LMLA OO410)
,.,,,........., double taroartn 1daMOSt1AL, M-tlOl AMYTIMB. patio. bull !" OB ro.. sod Lako ..... BbI l... *..*.. (Nni ROY STlllfIUAL'I'01i [[ A kUBI Hama U Mil CMltl I ICLAMirtlO SALES
n* .. _bIDId. Want aomauilniBloa oven. Ur liBierKui .. 511,100 ......, .U..12V. Four bedroom three bath I II 1111 I. Main St.
Oil. l OwBar. 444-1044 .10.160. 5014941 3erappa5tm.al I
J" : WII NAVE th. bo.ss .ou .n with separate dining room MU J-1235
FOUR UNi (K,000 Moallaninantr 1.1. ro. 'l'tU iMt UO.A I
"'._.'. NMT Bw WardiPiiblii ISI Reel l Eat.?, .Y OWNER, ... ..... Mw ...... rant and .b... r.Poll want Po itlandacapad THIS ONE 321 .. 1'lor/d.. 41... Pb. 5543143 and Florida room on large OUTLAY I
'. aad Boar*. Call MO I Excheng roem Co. "U Ills Mth earperL W. ha,. hom54 et all prle.r 15M. corner lot near gradeschool.
W3J4. .NlII$ .5444. 011,000 UIO ...... loNUO of pour .b.loo. This
TRAOB BQOTTT la thro bad152 .a.lLI3t 57150' 4 p.M. 0Mk'. .0..151 .Dor MOrlnnorth. HA( IVtRTTm: : Boulhlldi Reduced to $18.9501 I
room CII ".81. t. IeYN {0U0t. .... 5011. I 0.404.. I". CB Homi ( Brdratnii l t.Uii. GOOD BUY RO1030.
CB HOME
DUPLEX YU 5.4001 51t.p 5 ..... wt. Ysn4a.W4.t.ld.hv.4 Pond bonWul. 11 .......... elttDeunb. 'ODd..II, La... Dm with .|OM( nxild ...
back ram fanood. MIN bMreom dinln room, rio-.
mil out
Reel Estate Wasted "'038".LolnInod. AII.dalo '.>( dowB to Qualified burnROllll. ids room, brMklMl bar. Mdw Large 3 BR home facing:
$100 down and 16500 per rail anr Urn. UU I- 1 lnd elowta oil vail lumw. Lake Bonny. Tile bath-full MEL RUDY '
FOB BALI br snow ud "lido 21 UU ihiutt k tuoa taw, rockwool 62
(4111:
ar Mrs. WIBIIrad
month two bedrooms and WB OCT ratulUI Hard UitlBti brood .. lining room. I'/i lots 90 LM
50 D. .0. 81uU'UI. I. OanB wim PiuMll Ih.ul.UOD munollo Utchn OB -
for 441!
ranuu ...1 Hudr. Itaal- III bo."W,1 Dons In*. (II Boultt riorlda luiBdnam
bath range refrigeratorand ter. Kit Ba t Maniorlal, (K410TWANTBD (:045. orb fI..r.. .It .end/tbn.d. AtaiMr .. 'ork room bnwwir feet frontage. Furnished ounturnlehed. r MORTGAGE BROKER

washing machine in ?a to .00 aorai ol ItOItd 04" Tie 1\NO bedrouas. and ......... B.. Ibis to amr*. Good terms 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. CHEVY
each unit. Live In one tide Hat ,...d. rator ......two BaIn Plorldn vo.m OslO ODd 50. A TBI\.IrB. 00100051. Iwo bath Chem. a olal*, (''.100. 'I't...., IU 1 173-1. RO-1070 dial 686-4107
time
....t"... Laaa. .. bur Con. horn for ...._. she waau Uu 445 d005. NU' .1801 0011 any
and let the rental from the idar otnar a. u Puiido. and ba>t and prlcod txlow ..I".. S JO BIB. SEDAN
IIoD Sod Farm (7m. luapa Tn-m with .. .. .. ooil*. L*. ANOTHEREXTRA __ --I
other make your payment. ...... 0% 414 KI....._. a. LWoodnrd I R. M. MARLER II
IN2131. ..it... a $1540. "U NO DOWN PAYMENT NICB t B droom., I I '1395
LIST YOUR '..33.. B.lB H.m. oa IwauUJul u t I Cr SON HOMES BY
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GARDEN APARTMENTS$ PROPERTY WITH US I.IBO FOR paratnta... '.of"'1.. aaionUilr ..".. u lour MALL )aa Air Ui Condiuonm BUIIMO aiovt. lou Mid of or.ll.1 I 1.o- I LkTLA Roallori V.8. Au... T"\a"I..lo.. h.....
161 Tbmbmroomi. FHA
He .IIU.... Mirlr laiMMa..... 401 4. Main Kl MTI 1MIBonlni MANAGER )
"U 'Shorl" n." aJILL It, TradawiBd. laia CravTHREE BRICK HOMES lift.100. Torma, RN..... Lakilantf SUoa !_" tsrly 2 I. .Peck' .. Hllrryf II
Four efficiency apartmentsand IT DOWN! M. L. '......" hUls 1 ? 05 P1.4. $100 DOWN I
a two bedroom owners : 11101103. l.l1.A, 50. BEOHOOUS l IW hath. NEAR
7klni: norm room, air onoltnod! SOUTHGATEAND
home all completely furnished IN.q Nr S.Y7wfe. Nom. .K f iMd ram ..... kanali 55on $56.36 DESIRABLE LOCATION Miar slobs. tiomn IB all 10..- PENDARVISCHEVROLET
All efficiency units LoU ,. .....bl. I..LIo. C.II NO4081 ONLY (10700 I Bed. tiona. Cfentplotoir rdaeoraidtUonthlr
sr ntt.p 4 room. Full Tllo Bath. Hardwood nil flB. lurk borne I* loetdOB .
parmimu low
lB. 5434064AN0AIN. M
P al 151VOB
I Ps .osUt
. are rented on an annual I 'DOOM Florida. Is..... OOM th. trl..... lormod br Buana ( br our olllo or e.U.
.
basis. Shown by appointment 153 HOUIM For Sale ... THRQ .Ur..U" ca Omen door ovm4t 45 $051 I." porrh, on nlclr landix Md lot .VlatB and Columbua Clrda. nIB CO.
ISO Carport BUlltr *w. ._ m.AL FOR DinTRBMKNT b* abler B a or 4 bedroom
only. Drive by 91291S ........... IniulatM Bio ..,.b. M.sp .04.1. ... ud. IUI.I BU hom. 1". Utint room la Ian.id T. R. TUCKER, 310 Ne. Florida Are.4t
80UTH8ID. MSnV.a <,.,..... .1' borbood, no OILY ....... BO aloa.Ini 51500145 .. brlibt and Me todrooni. amonrilx .
E. Walnut and caU us. .ull.. TBra .O44roem.. Mnt _l, Tofu, Tart oodroomi. The SUOO-plui .qu.r* REALTOR Lshlend
. IN-2121. .ill fete twla badi. Walkinf lu.tanoa 101$ Woodland Drl>o, lot 71 Llal NICE & SECLUDED 0.., of llrlnf *ra ..* fWBlrallr 0l *:
ahopWBi and alaaaBtan lar<* slid.1..a. I ,7MworlB IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION b...... and air. rood Tw* full Its N. MBH Ave. UkMan
440401 itra.1 from 'BouUtJ (10000 ",... badraoi > Bxtroon., I balk horaa ....... til* _.th.. Bl. **k ...... .b.... rHA Art NO -. .....
DUPLEXShort t jr.ler: 101.1*. Woii Wlodaor (31 BtralB ...100 and tw* bad.rooBia PLUS Mir. todraom .la prl- Ui. h..... Tw. doubl. laruatpravldo rroptrtr N.
550501. .If routs LIO041e A.e. TIT Saraanah, (T.(00 ...- CO ,..* kaUi, ontarMt from tr..ort plaotr' o f apBoa for riworklhoB VA Area Property ManaitiCLASSI'ICD
au.. OPto Sunda. lftern04e. 51b Urn* *cr.i. BII' dlmunt. for ..... INC. lor boots or work room. r distance outside city 11.Dp,101104E Pb04e 5sa4310. IB ... *ultr.. Pbooa ...., bark ..rd. EXTRA LA ROB Lot art* OBB ba purahaMd. *. a *om. DISPLAY
two one bedroom furnished 543.3301. "K>173(. 411 So 10.. At*. .,.... oak bad OOIBO Oltrui. NMT plat* null of th* horn* ad Uiroaon
apartments. Large 130x200lot **NT-BAH: N... ..II.... Two THHEC BEDROOM ,.* lull MI-IK1 .((-..31 Lam Laka and cood (loiiininlla *r the *wn r will tll Ui*'
IIo4roo.. alarpln ........ Ootta.iBHK34 batha, famllr room, orparaiuUUlr M I Prl.'" 151,0 Approb.al s0 81>110. houoi and one lot and Mil th*
with room for more ..., Oood T.mt 5054.3070. other tw* lou a* aoiwrato par-I
ID re.r .t..D (-, p.mrORECLOBBD wim .b. wall-to>willoarpatlBl .
aonnnlmt to all 0150 tol u. Show 9044 .0. ."... (/ It
apartments. Only $9S OO $50 PER MONTHS ....
: V. 1to.1081.
WtPOB I (( S Q aohool. and but lino. Fvrfack OOBdltloa -
with $2,000 down. IN.2123. banain IB aianr Lttaiand, vtBaHOICE BM /\. MU I4BJ4arat APT. BLDG.
MM Ru4p 5051141001. L M.. and S bedroom tram Dom John Mitchell I $M.f 1 4 1 {
medal 81vd e00 .10... UNDER CON8TRUCTION. Tr.dl.Uo.oI N 4 4 Room and bith '
George Stewart MU 2- RIIIlIItIT homa diBlni room, paaaled famllr Mo ualifrlni B* oloaint oMt. no a HHIi punt. and. a Ilillo work ,
Don Sutton MU ..
2- :38 2
furalihad boUi under (I ooo ...r... Minimum .. b.
down 0 1401 B Florida
Icar.ll: ... room with liniplar doubt '81. PrIM (II.TOO. Ovid To''''''. a.uea.l. .- A?
nt hr. Cub talk. Clark door ontrr form, doubt Own and ,.u BMW* IB For InformationDhon MV '-<114 or (4091 ,
Rraltr, .' -40Jl. Briar Bra*. bakulind. ...., d.. Moadap Uirouib FrldarMU 5 r
A. F. PICKARDREALTORLMLA CO..LllnJ"y AND aiiraollnlr Irabl* ...d...., B,B Olaea build. .. ..
'."ubad coital Maadr. to ft (114923 FOR RENT OR SALE
.tori. b".. hurok. Only ISOO. 2-2283
BTA TON i
1103 UN A *
*BU oorti.rlot.
Clark 110011. 3 5,404.. I bath. CI. 110m. HEADQUARTERSFOR
300 S. Florida Ave. -4031 Thro badroom, ,.. bath. I EEFJ'd
e.VUItIl Room. D. Cursor :
Florid room, built IB ran** ando lot. LOW DOWN PAY'IoI&IC'r. 2 BEDROOM
Phone MU 6 2193 "n. CunU-al air and h.. OwnM OWNER
.,...r...... Ml1021. SALE! 00501 .Ids. RETIREMENT HOMES 4

mall BEDROOM ,... _."' Small down payment 11I11II. fill Merritt am""V 1 .t
CL..I..O DI..L..V'I' double carport, sort" lot I7OO i OD Farkw Road In .....11.. ...a311OBEERMAN w. hern. .m. reel burs ID well'
GOT ODDS down B* .1....*. 4J. CarlloBPRIVATB MIN -_... w. bal CB bom.wlU IoMled 105554. M.t 5? Id"1 for,

l' $53.2.17. ...lc.) lot carport and utllltr. .. a' I 010..54."".. 1.44 Clo.. 10\1 w .hope/es for ,,".01.oloNS I USED CaBSALI
approiiBiauir (OklnOppralnal REALTY
OWNER thro.bedroom.
CB Coil u. tO 555 IIotl.oL >
1\10 both. two 111..._. 18000. no B month x.55501'
We AND ENDS from C..I t.aU .nbooL Coo. piymrnt. Call Ran Traniua MU 2925 S. Fla. Ave. 886! -JIM ,
"loWl, tur.ishsd. 4000. _55. J-7o5 or MU -7171.. I
VA mo....... .n.ta1.
KEN HARRIS
kicking around the house? REDOCKD 11000 noirln California ,
MeanBusiness I Will aaortfle* tw* Mi-- MAKE OFFER 5551440 0ohopr. 1,541.0i405
Turn them Into quick cash: room bout porfaet oondltlon. 0. 144.515 ....
Ideal location Cleralnd HrlihUMwtlaa .. !

with a Classified Ad. lust for 513.000f aold brMarch Owner transferred must ARE YOU
IB Owns aU-uva.l I
/ //
sell 3 bedroom, Fla. room
: : AIR CONDITIONED and heated
throe bodroom. Florida room 2' bath., hardwood floors DRIVING AROUND? Tastefully !

YII llr, w* experienced 0.5044. Boulhild. CaU MU '.111. central: heat and air conditioning

r ....1..... end if y.4dan'p mall BEDROOM-11.m.- ho".. double : Then drive by these homes. Pampered I '60 PLYMOUTH Blvi.rw 4-0..r. A. .. Tram., $2095
..... carport. ; Now
think M, lull flrS t land all.'oo SlobP500.
We think like to Ridlo I t Heotsr. . Was $2495
NU 04100.ClA5tIr1ED. you may .
look .t $h..* Brktl Drapes and carpeting In BUMptloBallr well oomtructtd
Ikra come In end ltin _CLASSIFIED DISPLAY DISPLAY cluded. Swimming with call one of these YOUR home on a laria oak ihtded lot NOW 1495
f kw yu kwMI w filter pool home. After you have seen .I. Kdanholma rue and Utat Improvrmuit.rllcU ronlant Now- '62 DODGE...., w..... . . . w. $1695

? It III l. put ,*yIn ... system. Near South the outside give ua call arpftta and. d....... :3 bcdroomi. NOW $095

.". *f th... lit. gate and Southwest Schools. we will gladly show you the and Mil.S Irrliatad baUial ouulied..rd.' "Burpriiinilrprload doubla ..-, '61 PLYMOUTH 4.D45r S.4. . . WM $1195

N. .."' .. Conic In /lite! MeetCLYDE R01094. inside. Make an offer. "WE In low '0'.. RO-IoeJ NOW 1595

DON'T SELL WHELP E A. S. MORROW I "61 1 CHRYSLER 4-Door S.d.n . . WM $1795
'63 RAMBLER MEL RUDY
YOU BUY."
RoalIors 5,541.0 Now 895
el.Nt.(oi"d! 4 w>Bor k 11*Wa.with.". REALTOR aOl G. TStn. Ph. 1513 1-4557 'CO CHEVROLET "Cenwlr" . . . WH $1095

k.. tamatl.rnacaM '." Individual, 1327 E. Memorial Blvd. 710*0(Hull. (iiooUM m. f badroora CB. It*. LIKE TO SELL Now $795

"' N.... I 686-4107 any time Will (I. off Vi N WtaU '60 FORD 2-D45, S*..n . . . w. $995
""" NIA ,f n.w. MO-IIW3 11.110.

$2195 1131 W. (7000UK (th Bt. S "drooml RO10S4 A BICYCLE? '60 FORD Stools, W.|*n . . . WM $1095 NOW $995

'62 VOLKSWAGEN BIG (,........ t badroon CB Now's the time! And MU Now $695

..... (KARMAN GHIA o PRICEREDUCTION RN..... (10900. -1151 Is the number to I 59 PLYMOUTH 4-Door S.d.n . . W. $S95
r 525 Lakuhurat. ( bdnoa CB
.. Caoa*. BaJld whit"* RO-IIOI 110.800. call: for a Classified ad- 59 CHRYSLER "Nrw Yerktr"
..,... ; Now 995
"with" 4.541 matohln" Intari- IIIr. >r.d: MI. 7 ton romn bur b.._b*. sure 0,04.. h.art. l.n Wnt h.ns. I badroom CB writer. 4-Dw HrdtB . . . . Was $1195|

$1795 1 ,boon ". .,...... b ,J..k..DflU..nd KO-IOU CCASSIPIID. DISPLAY
will ....111.. for ..1._ aal*. 114 c.,.. PI.... lutlnnnrit. Too Now 795
Throe vMroomi. oat 11_., SIP 10:1. Utuo. 57 CHEVROLET 4-Deor Std.n . . W.t $995
'56 CADILLAC ...w dlnlni/ room, din >acloMdaraia Ion .. Su...... a badroon wiUiInoomt. '60 CHEVROLET
1 Now $395
and Ian llvlm room 1H-J1J7. (11(00.U
(Mian OaVIII automat Pull,* Ont bath la hou ', aooUiir In Drln. I Pirkwood v.. 4-Door '57 PLYMOUTH 4-Door S.don . . W.t $595
oow.r. ( a
........,...w. ....,*. ..,.... Haa Btw root and nawABBOTTHECKES HO-lux B.nnl. 111(00 badroom ca Sttln W*,ofl. FwrItMrlnl
p """" '"" floor turns,.. Lrq nO'IIJO' Now $295
$595 ooro.r ..... Thlt 10 ooh s .roloo, 911 ...... Bonnr Dr. I droow krkn. Paws r.Slid. 57 IUICK "Sp. ll". . . WM $495
DIXONHe hoots. .,... b. booD ,504.14501.1 CB. HM-I7I. 813.1110. I' ., radio, h...... Pr. .
I' r.Oor.d 44 517,344 .IUI 01.5 44 0 80'1 HUlilda. 4 _.oom. OS HO1023 ty tvrcuolM wn4 ..hlt*. SII ONI Or THESI SALESMEN

'60 RAMBLER toke dowa 10'14.623. (11100HOWARD. took *rl<* $1190. .u* for c. c. "'Sunny" Mam 41......' Sa.. manar Alton M. (.llvor. I.. Wood Car (ala* manaiar
would like to this to
Amerlean 4-D04. *uiMitr opportunity ContetSIII ". Horn
Art Iborly David SHOW B II Johnton lIu.
....... .... ...........
M $1295Frank
L*Ml .......n.er. Invite all his friends to drop In and see him 050001wltp GILLETTE Mlk. ehambon' L_ HarvMI tn4 Wills
'
$795 at Lokelond Ford Company, 125 Lake Mirror CO.H.51bro
RIALTOR: LMLA Foster
Drive. Clyde has been selling automobile LNt..A 110 W. Wai at B FIB. HAROLD FUSSELL

for 11 years, 4 years of this time in 117 .. T..o. AOL Ph. .U .IU3 7 PHONE 6824179CLASS1bUO MOTOR SALES
SPECIAL (Over 22 Y.... .f D.p.ndobl., Quality $.rvical)
1111 L Main St.
I960 Chrysler ...... Lakeland. i MU 3.1235 411 N. Florida Are. 682.7113One


700 I pY? _DISPLAY_ I
HOW
TO SNARE
".... .. "u" 1 1964 --- -- --
"' Stop in today and let him show you the
.._. .u.."'....
...".",1..,.". ... TOTAL PERFORMANCE at Lakeland
d.... hear.. .... cars

"Mr.nl"...f..1.W504th ..(..nMIsr. .I.,..... -- Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford i A DRUMor Would "You" like to "Squirrel"

...... ....... as the car of the Year.LAKELAND. t
Only a". ol it. other musical Instrument

Yn0/$1795. -- quickly and Inexpensively r some money? The best way to start



__ '60 VALIANT FORD Clasilflcatlon! Jufct 106.look Musical under >f h Y ., ,;:a 4oa ; : is to buy a trouble-free car from

Ovor BUnda
..."......,.... Leas Initruments la ClaidfledDOW.
.... -" CO., INC. "
LAKELAND FORD!!
$895 .
.... .. US Lob Mirror Dr. Ph. MU 2.1102 t.
'
61 VOLKSWAGEN '
it 4 1
(tin Boat. CL..II'.ao DISPLAY
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tcuil ana iiIb4. I -- -- 1' 0 '62 FORD Galaxle' 4-Door Sedan.Loaded. .
$ all $1695

Air . .
51 FORD .. ...,
CLEARANCE SPECIALS ATC '59 FORD Goloxle 4-Door Sedan. One
llit.au Wax* 4.Or.V ,
$1 095
automat... aowar ....,_".....1."*.. k 2 4i1, <, owner, full power, air . . .

Man, ....,.. ....-. L.- f
aal *n. awnar. y f tl "h,, '62 CHEVROLET Biscoyne. All power and $1745
$695
BUNKER HILL'ST.r4Y.lik '7 air conditioning . . . .
lit A 1961 Dod(* P.l.r.i 4 D_ S.4...

4.Boar 59 Marwta BUICK L.. $, *..". twrrlBf, ponxr krlii, 'Plt 9 '63 FORD Falrlane) 2-Door. Standard transmission with

....... Pull .._. au- heater. 7,000 mil... One owner.
.. led h.... dlr ..BUlo ili .
r. >(
......... tranamiafttan.ratf $1695
.,a, Kaatar. Bol.dwhita. Call/ MU 3-4591' lor New car warranty
Laaal ... awn Day Special
... h. D 101 A 1959 ,.,* V.| Ranch W*.on.A '
62 FORD Falrlana "500" 4-Door Sedan.
$1095See favorite; SALESMAN '
r*. rrni., power .....,".. k.*'*.. your 58 RAMBLER Ambassador, Power steering, pow All power and air conditioning . $1795
I r brakes, plus Air Cond. $295

... 0610 A IS OldtmohiU 9 l 4 0... Hrrf.roB. R. C. Wheeler No Trod. . . . '53 FORD Custom 4-Door Sedan. Automatic tronimls-

... Ok. llnddigren lion radio heater V8. Beautiful black
,
Air 0II4itle"I. .
l4. Clolro/ Chrlstensen $395
'62 THUNDERBIRD. Loaded with air finish, low mileage. On* owner .

4 Paul $[| DRIVf -MAKI Of fl" Red Powell ditioning. 2 to choose from .$2895 '
61 BORGWARD Station Wagon. Highest offer

NO REASONABLE OFFER RIFUSID Wayne Parker '63 FALCON Club Wagon. 3 to choose $1995 occepted.

from. 10 passenger bus . . '
Naylor 46 NASH 4-Door Sedan. Original 54,000 $295

lANK FINANCING '61 DODGE 4-Door Sedan. actual mile car . . . .

Afore than (30)) In all to select frond Full power . . . . 1095
59 PONTIAC Star Chief 4-Door
Motors COURTEOUS SALESMEN Hardtop. $1AOC

'57 MERCURY Monterey 2-Door Hardtop. 695 Full power . . . . I U7 f

1047 L MAIN ST. Automatic, radio end heater . '
63 THUNDERBIRD. All power, factory 01,. Loaded.

u.44 .544 MU 1.4544 '60 DODGE Station Wagon 4-Door 6 pastengtr. One owner. Beautiful black finish
MU 1...47 1964 Dodge Dart $1195 $3 895
New 0144 ... I Full power, factory air . with whit. interior . . .
Op. Evenings Till $183000

9 P.M. 2 Door Sedan"BUNKER" DON HOWELL, USED CAR MGR. WE BUY CLEAN USED CARS

Special 1 Mote .


.... __I W. Are Station WagonHeadquarters ter We're open for


HILL INC.Your CI your convenience

We're Loaded with Wagons! Mon. Thru Sat.

friendly/ Dodge Deafer 8 A.M. Till 9 P.M.



I 302 W. LEMON ST. Corner E. Ave.Lakeland FORD Phone


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