Lakeland ledger
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079940/00077
 Material Information
Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000398944
oclc - 02733776
notis - ACE4553
lccn - sn 83016281
System ID: UF00079940:00077
 Related Items
Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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l Opens Election Campaign In Miami


I A }' afs + President Takes Solid Stand For CivifRights

MIAMI BEACH (AP- After all that he was up early "The administration," he Mid half the audience sat still and
President Johnson opened his for the flight back to Washington "Intend to press forward with silent
1964 election campaign by taking today. 'Leaving his hotel at legislation, with education and Miami Beach was the fourth
a solid stand for civil right 5:30: a.m. EST he Hew by helicopter with action until we have eliminated stop on Johnson' Florida tour
before a Southern audience. to Homestead air Force the last barrier of intol He flew from Washington to
He also ihook handi with' Base, took off by Jet at 6.15: erance." The applause was Jacksonville Naval Air Station
street-corner crowds, paid a vis* a.m. and landed at Andrews modest where, after shaking a few
It to the father of the late President Air Force Base outside the capital Four times, Johnson was applauded hands, he proceeded by helicopter .
fs John F Kennedy In Palm ai{ 8:12.Johnson: when he laid that all to Palatka to break
Beach, cuffed the Republicans, told 3,000 fellow Democrats Americans-regardless of color, ground for the cross-Florida
__ and generally seemed to enjoy at a fund-raising dinner region or religion-have certain barge canal that w'11 link the
himself on a quick, four-stop Thursday night that "full par. constitutional rights and human Atlantic and Gulf Co. sts.
trip to a hotel nightclub to seethe ttclpatlon In our society can no right that must be respected.But After returning to the air sta
entertainers Tony Martin longer be reserved to men of to observers on the side
and Cyd Charlsse. one color." tines It appeared that about (Turn to Page 2, Column J) I II


t < Johnson Says Rail Strike I

Violence Must Be EndedWirtz I

* * *


Fist-Clinching Speech Bryant 'fI4 +

f Prudent Lyndm Johnson clinch till fie during) hit Mioml .-..ck Uit night In which K.
took. ttronf tofto1 for civil rlghN and OM.rt.01 she dyMmitiiif of Florid. East Cost Roilwoytroini
mart bo otoopod..-(A.. Wirtphoto) ConferMIAMI
: ;
Polk Not Alone
The full force of the federal
government was brought to bear
Problem e t ,
Junior College on the Florida East Coast Rail. .A ,

way strike on presidential com ytk Rr r "4
mand today following the dynamiting
of a train near the spot

Troubles Orange CountyBARTOW where speaking.President Johnson; was

Johnson asked Secretary of
Polk Isn't the toed" the approprlatloi bill tions on the ,survey team' report Labor W. Willard'WIrt- to con
only county that has had problems Kipp stated fer today with FV"rida Gov. Far
setting up a Junior col He said squabbling i his However, Dr Wattenbarger ris Bryant, then' present recommendations
county went on for mor thanment said the matter of a meeting for. federal action.
lege.However, a* the Orange a year before an agr place I I. a decision for the Before leaving Miami for Tallahassee -
County Junior college situation was reached. He addec that school board. "It would not today, Bryant Issued a
show, the problems can. a "technical" division s the make any difference to me statement Laying Wlrlz had
vary only part of the public Junior' where the meeting was held," called him from Washington and
R. Earl Kipp, superintendent college which has been estab he "we engaged In a discussion a* ,
tr of the Orange County board lished.Kipp. At Wednesday's meeting, to the mechanic of. carrying
./ pcblic fnstructkm.-M iK, ,acid \he dmibu'! if,the the school hoard voted &o .-out thepreeident's, auggosUon."We .
problem which led to a squaV boaKj will proceed wit" p One 'meet with Dr Wattenbarger? *expect to be back in ,
j ble in his county wa relatedto for an' academic division Because In an effort to answer some touch: with each other duringthe
another Junior college of plans to locate a new of Its question about the report day and will be contacting
and the problem still hasn't state university In that area which has been a sub Interested parties to see if we Train] Derailment In Blast Called Sabotage
been completely aettled. Meanwhile, Dr James Wat ject of controversy since it can develop some progress toward

The Orange County pr.' > *r, a member of the was released Feb 19. settling the strike." This It, the wr.cke-, of .
? s locomotfvo and eaves con of a J.ckionvlll. end Miami, only' hours sOu.r similar blast. wrecked 27
lem, he explained, was cen ( tjl. .rn survey team Haven which left However the time, the and school the placeof Working Together Florida lot Coot a.ilw.y freight ".1" 10..... with porlihobkt. con and five engines on ho ....1.. lino. lust a ftw mil* .w.,. FEC
effect of a selected the Winter
tered public around Junior the College on a site over five other, said "it the meeting up to Dr Wat Bryant said, "We are going to which wo .....ted from the roll a.., St. Augvitlno ,..to,..". official-' labolod' both wrecks ocM of -... ...-(AP Wlr.phoK)
private Junior college already was a unanimous report. If tenbarger. be working together in this effort Tho dorollmant cut the itriktbound. II".', oltarnoro IOlIte .b.tw.."

located in the area. they (Polk school board members Board Member Wendell and hope to report some
After the legislature had ) don't want to accept it, Watson of Lakeland cam definitive progress soon"
passed a bill approving the that's their privilege paigned strongly to have the At his news conference Wednesday Ii I U. S. Readies
public Junior college and appropriating He also said "I would look meeting In Tallahassee be- Bryant said the state Unacceptable Choices
money for iu forward" to meeting with the government would step into the I I
operation, the governor "ye- school board to answer ques (Turn to Page 2. Column 4) strike only if federal efforts had New DrugRegulations

reached Bryant a told dead newsmen end. he would To U. S. In Viet Namports
Chiles Seeks Grizzard To Propose not ask the federal governmentto
step out of strike negotiations/

New TermIn until he was sure the federal Viet Nam (AP- of Haiphong and Vinh. the Mekong River delta since WASHINGTON (AP-Sweep)
government was ready to do so. "We have three alternatives In The White House, the Penta; the Nov 1 coup which over- log regulatory proposals covering *
Bryant added that only thegovernor's thousands of
Library Site DelayMayor South Viet Nam U.S. and the State threw drugs and
office should make says a gon Departmentare Diem. But top Americanand antibiotics for
HouseState were let publishing *
such a request. official who has been here several making reassessments of Vietnamese leaders do not today.
years. the alternatives Reports that regard these setbacks as irrep
Rep. Lawton M. Harold Grizzard said sion. FBI Steps Up Inquiry "We can go after the root of direct action against North VietNam arable In any case, they say The Federal Drug Admlnls
this morning that he will'propose Grizzard said that he wouldbe I the trouble In Communist Is ration regulations would require
Chile Jr. of Lakeland announced Also, at Johnson's request, a possibility generallyare things are not bad enough to
today that he will that the city commissionon willing\ to recommend a delay FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover China and North Viet Nam. Wean discounted here as little warrant a complete turnabout In manufacturers to file reports -
be a candidate for re-elec Monday hold up making a in the final site selection, dispatched a top-notch Inspectorto give up and agree to a neutralization more than trial balloons. policy. showing the efficacy a.
tion to the post he has held "final" site designation for pending the preparation of a head an FBI crackdown on program. Or we can In any case, the odds are A ranking American observed well as the safety of practicallyevery
since 1959. the new library. master capital Improvements the sabotage continue muddling through, as that there will be no really Important : drug'and antibiotic for
Chiles, a Lakeland attorney The mayor's comment came program. "This criminal action has got we are now. changes in American "We've laid It before and which federal clearance wa
was elected to the state after two business and civic lie said, however, that the to stop," the President declared: "All three alternatives are policy of limited Involvement In we'll go on laying it again and granted between 1938 and last
legislature in 1958, when he leader Melvin Estroff and delay should not exceed six more or less unacceptable" South Viet Nam for some timeto again: Americans. are Just going June 20.Thirty.
defeated A. Roy Surles Jr. William S. Myrick Jr.urgedthat months, and that he did not (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) Other American agree In come to have to learn to live with day will be allowedfor
after an Intensive door-to- the governing body prepare want the time element to pre. general as to these alternatives. Here are some of the reason: this. thing and be patient and comment. Then, when the
door campaign throughoutthe and adopt a master clude the city from applyingfor but disagree as to which of The war here is not going perservering. That's tho way regulations are published In fbnal
county. At the end cf capital Improvements program a federal grant for the them Is the least unacceptable. very well. On the other hand, this game Is, and If we want to form, drug manufacturers
\his first legislative session for the City of Lake construction of the $500,000 li. President No American In authority discounting the rosy propaganda win It, we have to play It." would be requiredTo :
\he wa named the second land. brary here I I. satisfied with the way from both Washington and Top Americans here oppose file within 30 days reports .
most effective first-term leg. Estroff and Myrick were George A. Sanford, the things are going' now. Some' Saigon officials during the Ngo a Joint Vietnamese-American on whether drugs or anti.
islator, and was given the present at the "agenda" city' planning director, aid DisappointsCuban peak openly of bombing Hanoior Dinh Diem regime, the war has command. biotic for which clearance was
Allen Morris Poll award. briefing session prior to the that he believed that such a even Peking, or short of that, not been going very well in War Opposed obtained between 1938 and last
Later that same year he was regular meeting of the commission master plan 1 could be pre. ExilesMIAMI throwIng a naval blockade years. Top American also June 20 under prior law are
named Lakeland' "Outstanding Only three member pared within three months around the North Vietnamese There \have ben setback In opening an American war oppose on still on the marketTo .
Man of the Year" of the governing body-Mayor Mayor Grizzard asked Sanford file within the following
--A North Vietnamese soil
Cuban althoughmost
by the Lakeland Junior I Grizzard and Commissioners to have a cost estimatefor (AP) Many : 60 days reports on the efficacy,
that form of
Chamber of Commerce. Lois Searl and W. J. Peter- presentation to the commission exiles were disappointed todayat agree some safety and side effects of the
Johnsonto limited war by South Vietnamese
failure of President
Chile is a native of Polk con-were present at the ses on Monday. mention Cuba in his speech Jaywalking Ducks forces might be useful. drug or antibIotic.. This has
been since last Jan
University required
County and attended the What about and
here. 1-- .
for all anti biotic offered
of Florida. where he uary new
leaders accustomedto blockades?
Refugee I
received his law degree. He such mention In addresses I "I et's not forget that this is for clearance
Is a veteran of the Korean Ledger Again Taking Problem For City 1964
here by the late President John a presidential election (Turn to Page 2, Column
(Turn to Page 2, Column 2)) F. Kennedy, could hardly believe year," an American official'
Orders For BookBecause it when broadcasts of the speech said 6)I
Kennedy omitted reference to their homeland By W D. SHILLING Harold Grizzard told Peterson "Such things should not Interfere .
r Ledger Staff Writer Peterson said that permitting
The Incredulity was heightened our foreign policies, I
of continuing demand The Ledger Is now take since rumors had spread City Manager Robert V. fishing from the banks would but they always do Viet NamI /
ing new orders for The Torch Is Passed" the Associated through the colony that Johnson Youkey said today that Lake result In a traffic problem."We I going to be an Issue even :
book assassination of President Morton ducks don't pay any have a traffic problem afraid could
Press on the Kennedy. planned to make a major pronouncement though I'm it dam
attention to traffic You said Duck
regula- already, key *
Order for the book, at two dollar per copy, will be on Cuba during his tion. don't pay any attention to age our efforts here. Neither Page
taken by The Ledger' Circulation Department through visit. He conceded that the duck anything but ducks" party wants to be saddled with Amusements .... 14
March (, and cash or check must accompany all orders A spokesman for the allied. Just quack, and go on about Peterson laid that he be. the responsibility of losing Viet Bridge' 6
activist antl Castro Second Nam. But at the same time,
No orders will be accepted after that date. When the book groups. their business Ignoring the lieved that changing the city
National Front of Escam- neither party wants to be responsible Business News 11
are received from the printer, they will be mailed by The relatively heavy traffic on ordinance to permit fishing
bray, 66 and People's for committing Amer. ,
Alpha revolutionary Comics 11-15
Ledger to those who placed orders. Lake Morton Drive. from the banks of Lake Mor
Movement, said: ica to a really big war right '
Clarified 16-17-18-19
The duck entered the picture ton would also result in a
This will be final to purchase the
your opportunity "We would have liked to hear and blockades
the now, or bombing!
book, millions of which have been sold It Is not availablein President Johnson express the at city hall this morn littering problem. might do Just that." Crossword Puzzle 13

bookstores same Interest In the Cuban fish ing because of Lake Morton "Any difficult anti-littering to enforce regulationIs ," Peter What about sending American Dear Abby..... IS

And when you order your copy of the Kennedy book, cause as always shown by his Commissioner W J. Peterson son said He added: combat troops to South VietNam DeathsEditorials. ................,. 2
i why not order additional copies of The Ledger's giant predecessor, the assassinated sad at the agenda brief "We could possibly be doing ? ........ .. .. 4
Decade For Decision Progress Edition, to be published John F. Kennedy," ing session of the governing a disservice to the residents "France tried it and tost." Fulton Lewis Jr 5

March 28, and have them mailed to your friends and A Bay of Pigs veteran recalled body that he believed the of the area In permitting Where will the final decisionsbe Horoscope( ........... 14
relatives.All that Kennedy conferred with made?
municipality should think twice fishing from the banksI
Radio TV...... IS
regular subscriber of The Ledger will receive a leader of the 1961 Invasion on before permitting fishing from think we are In a Jam." Knowledgeable Americans
copy of the special edition. Extra copies are 25 cent his last visit here, Nov. 18, and the parkway around Lake Mayor Grizzard said that he here feel the basic decisions all Sports ................. 1213
each, or five for one dollar, and orders may be placed with that in his speech he spoke. of a Morton believed it might be wise to will be made by the White Weather ......... ...,
newsboys news dealer or The Ledger' circulation:: office future free Cuba. "1 see you've been getting eliminate Lake Morton from House, with the Pentagon and Women's .. ..... a
"Johnson has forgotten us, the same telephone calls that the proposed ordinance re- State Department in advisory
LAWTON M. CHILES JR. be said bitterly I've been getting" Mayor vision soles,

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$ Rusk SeeksTo U. S. Marshals Hunt Missing IPolk Will Get

65-Year-Old Freshman Avoid Migrant Workers

I Witnesses In Baker InquiryWASHINGTON Health Service


Finds College Difficult (AP) The shah hunted two missing wit Jam In Sigelbaum, a Miami, has

WASHINGTON (AP-De.plW Senate Rule Committee can- nesses. Fla.. real estate operator. But federal government ap.

an Initial quick clash with Republican celed plans for a hearing todayin The committee had hoped to its subpoena haven't caughtup proved a (116.262 grant service to help

PROVIDENCE Its Investigation of former Edward Levinaon aLa with them. develop a health program
R.I (AP)-A65yearold critic of administration question farm
freshman, urged on foreign policy Secretary of Senate aid Bobby Bakers business Vegas, Nev., hotel owner, Marshal O. Trail for migrant Florida.

by her mother, children and State Dean Rusk cay he intends dealing while U.S. mar and gambling figure_and Ben families in
L.P. McCIendon the committees Similar have been
-- program
grandchildren, has cleared the : to avoid partisan political I
counsel said U.S conducted lo Dade and Palm
first major hurdle on her activities In this presidentialcampaign special ,
toward way President FEC marshals" have been asked to Beach counties thiS year by the t
a college degree. year. Says I
Board of Health.In .
,find the men. State
Mr*. Alfred J. Goldberg of But Rusk told a new confe
nearby Pawtucket I* well Into ence that he cannot: help "tal I He told newsmen he had no approving the grant the U
her second semester at Roger conclusive: proof that Levinsonand S. Public Health Service said theprogram
ing about foreign policy" duringthe
Violence Must End could be extended to
1 1a. Slgelbaum were evadingthe :
William Junior College, having next several month What,
B a r d, Collier
r 0. ,
[ committee' subpoenas.Th I Alachua
passed all of her first term he will do, he Mid, la discus
courses. foreIgn affair Issues "on a naional committee hat received Gadvden Highland Glades,

basis, a bipartisan he departed from what had at the banquet and apologized testimony that the men helped Hendry Lake. lee. Man tee,
Out Of School M Years
I lasls." been a purely political addressto saying he had been conferringwith with clock purchases and loans Orange and Pout counties:

'lta difficult," she said, "but a Democratic fund-raising Hoover and Wlrtz to finance the Serv-U Corp., a
i passed with all C's." Rusk said In response to questions -dinner Thursday night."I Railroad official list more vending machine company in lalzon!
that "if the desire of the 1963
Mr*. Goldberg had been out am not passing Judgmenton than 200 act of sabotage since which Baker Is a major but unlisted -
President the traditional desIre -
of school 50 yean when the who Is right or who Is the strike began Jan. 23, 1963 stockholder
of president*-not to have
started classes at the college I the secretary of state take partIn wrong," Johnson said. "But a. The violence started after the Firm la Spotlight Prize Winners
last fall the leader end spokesman for road began moving freight with
"I'm an old gal and I know) partisan political activitiesnd Serv-U, doing most of its business -
nonunion help about six
. Named
that suits my own personaTattitude -. .. with West Coast defense To Be
It, she said. "I was hesitant) well." after the walkout
about the whole thing. 'Haw very /ri contractor, has become a focal

would the young people take it'I| How fully he can succeed I In .,,,,,riI,,, litfcl1t.. .. '' Tempo Picks Up i point in the Investigation ol MILAN Italy (AP-Blocked

i wondered." II this goal I II unclear, however, I : The tempo picked up three Baker' accumulation of wealth funds or not, the embattled Bal-

Now, she said, "1 can't say Because his new conference at all the people of this nation, I month ago after a presidential while he was secretary to the tan foundation plan to name

I'm one of the kids but I do 4 the State Department Thursday ,am saying that you cannot take emergency board recommendedthat Senate' Democratic majority. all Its 1961 prize winner. Its A.

feel part of the school just as 1 afternoon brought question ofa the law Into your own hand'. the road give Its 1,300 off- I Baker resigned under fire secretary general, Col. Aldo ,
kind he II certain to face Danielll, he will put up the
i from Isis My
they do. Johnson wa late appearing train worker the raise they Sll,600-a-year Senatepoet
Urging Mrs. Goldberg on li more and more a* the "gran asked, and the road refused. last Oct. 7 after a 300.000 prize money himself If necessary. ,

her mother Mrs. Abraham Med. inquest," a* he called it, of pol. The latest two explosions the damage suit by a local vending .
'icy discussion develops during A Balzan spokesman said
off 89, of Woonsotket fourth and fifth thli month-occurred machine company raised questions -
Also encouraging her are her thIs campaign season Johnson within a few miles of about his outside business Thursday prizes of about $50

two daughter, her three brothers -I He wa asked directly whether each other near St Augustine. dealings I 000 each probably will be announced -
her two sisters and six he would agree with a statement this weekend for his
The second went off about the The committee will resume Its
grandchildren.Came which the questioner attributed Praises 15 tory and literary criticism, paleontology
time that President Johnson public hearing Monday.
to Cov. Nelson A. astronomy and as.trophysics .
miles away in Palatkft, pressed
From Russia Rockefeller of New York a Republican and political econo
GRANDMA AMONG TEENAGERS Mrs. Alfred. Coldb.r a button that darted construction
Mr*. Goldberg came to the presidential
United State from Russia as a 6S, .1 ,......c..t. R. I., looks up t. ......, a qiitih.ii I* a f..... lon contender, that the administration on the cross-Florida bargecanal. Reports Say my.The Swiss government froze
little girl and finished elementary .>..* clans .1 "..., WillLms Jvniw C.lb*.. S.. li wall ,Into I* deliberately hiding BEACH (AP) -President j I the Swiss Italian foundation'

school In Woonsocket during lie Mcona1 wmtit.r In cll*., having return* ) clOse SO ,.... the fact of the war in Viet Nato Lyndon B. Johnson hopeful Man Threatened fund In Swiss bank this week

the depression which preceded .ut .1 Mhat Har mother, two dughr sad. sis! .......chil..,." from the American people. of swinging Florida into the I because of an Internal disputeover

World War I. After taking .r. *men( ttioM urging hr ... ..1.... ei aid (.1 sad I knew It," He was also asked whetherSen. : Democratic column this year, U. S. Readies Johnson's Life the way the $131,000 Bal-

course at a secretarial school ski.Mid, "hut I h. I Everett M. Dirksen of II- heaped praise on the state, Its nan peace prize for 1963 was

the went to work. -- -- linois, Senate Republican leader elected officIals and Its climate. New awarded to the United Nations

Mrs. Goldberg and her late was correct in saying that administration Formally opening the 1964 Drug MIAMI (AP) While Presl-

husband operated a wholesale policy for VietNam itlcal with po- dent Johnson was visiting the I
Erhard Economic campaign a speech
and retail textile store in Providence Policy I* an enigma. a fund raising dinner Johnson RegulationsThe I Miami area a man who report- Have YOU t
edly threatened his life
I for many years.She Such charge from the opposition -told the audience "you have ev- was

want and to specialize In In orderto psychology -Keeps Germany Healthy party are beginning to cry right to be proud of the men, proposal ready for publication of ought the Secret by police Service.at the request Given To The \
sociology Johnson
bring home_to admlniaation -who represent you. in the federal register
take up volunteer social I) leader that they probably -! Senator Praised I are Intended to Implement the Two visits to Isis home failedto United Fund? I II
locate him but he
work face a major debate over telephoned I
BONN. Germany (AP)-While ported from other Common Kefauver Hargl Drug Act
"You have to police a taunt In between times, t
other Common Market Market the President' handling of for. every cause .
countries -
elgn policy. have confidence in their the Miami Herald said. Officers Goal ......... $231,000
Greeks On suffer from Inflation, The business community. seeing ,
Chancellor Ludwig Erhard ls Erhard was ready to turn "''I don't believe," Rank said,I meets and to feet secure in JUd"I.: ltym' Pitt' '()1f4 : declined to name the man To Date $ 41,000
resolve. I served in the I
having unique success In keeping talk into action, has shown no "that our policy Is an enigma Police and Secret Service men

Cyprus Join prices down In West Germany -willingness to cross him sine And a* far A* the fact are concerned with Spessard Holland and would not confirm a report that I

with hi. policy of moder As chancellor Erhard drew we get a. very heavy George Smathers. They are able, amendments which allowed two;a gun was taken from a Cuban Help put Lakeialld'idrive

New ForceNICOSIA ation. up an economy budget of $15'low of fact from there (VietNam they"are wise and they are hon- year for proof of efficacy of entering the Miami Beach hotel over the top.

Erhard developed this policy billion for 1964. This follow his ). I think they are made est, he said. drugs already on the market. :ballroom where Johnson spoke.

while he was minister of economics -general rule allowing an Increase public out there and back here. Turning to Florida's House The deadline U next Oct. 10.

Cyprus (AP-Hun. the post he held before of f per cent over last There are some situations members, the President said

dred of Greek Cypriot lined succeeding Konrad Adenauer year' budget because that Is ,of course, which you don't talk :'your delegation bow to no bitiCROVER urriti

up at police stations today In last October. More than two the rate of economic growth expected about. state in Its effectiveness" or In Recital

answer to President Makarios'appeal years ago, Erhard warned frequently during 1964. j "But I think the fact that Its Intelligence. Organ
for volunteer for "We are a fortunate
a special very peo-
that all group would there Is concern In this coun-
9,000-man police force. have to limit their demands-i try about the upsurge of Viet les" Johnson said. "Tonight we Slated Today C. MOSS tute of Health in Bethesda, Md ,

The force will legalize thousands show moderation if postwar PresidentSpeaks Cong (Red guerrilla) activity Inthe meet here In the warmth of the Grover Cleveland Moss, 78,' after a short illness

of Greek Cypriot Irregulars prosperity was to continue. last three of four months Sunshine State of Florida. Meanwhile AIISaints' of 207 East Crawford St.. died The former Lula Campbell

many of them remnantsof represent the fact that the penpie our Republican friends At : yesterday at a Lakeland nursIng of Atlanta Ga., she was bornIn

the old Eoka undergroundwhich Rule Laid Down For have been Informed that are shivering up there In north- home after a long illness Lincoln, Neb. She attended

fought for independencefrom He laid down the general rule there I I. a problem, and It must ern New Hampshire" An organ recital will be pre'senied He was a native of Jackson,' Woodberry HaU and Washington -

the British that the national growth rate be dealt with." Delegation On PlatformFlorida' at All Saints' Episcopal County Tenn, and came herein Seminary of Atlanta and

As applications were accepted should set the top limit for Increases Civil Rights Church this afternoon by Rob- 1959 from Carthage, Tenn.H. was a student at Baylor Coilegs -
three day after M.k.rlo.announ'ed In wage and govern I' I Democratic delega ert O. Parratt organist at AllSaints' was an auto mechanic Mr In Texas .She wa' ,-em,
creation of the force, lion wa seated at the speaker'splatform Mds *55 a member of the her Of the
ment spending Businessmenwere tlon, Johnson hew by jet transport .! Orange HasProblems as was Gov. Farris Church of Christ. oi
President Fazll Kuchuk,
Vice to make price Increases to Palm Beach where he Bryant. The program the first In a He 1 Is survived by two Sanford, where she formerly
leader of the Turkish Cypriot only If these did not have Inflationary 'courte.y call series of Sunday afternoon recital sons resided and U a long-time member -
called the ".n I paid a on ailing Among the state official pres- Bobby MOIl, Carthage, Tenn.,
minority move I of the Woman' Club in
effect On to be for the
to legality to Joseph P. Kennedy, father of ent were Secretary of State Tom presented and Billy Moss, Elmontica.alif Plant
Greek attempt terrorist give hordes." j Thank to the great prestige the late president Then Johnson I dams, Attorney General James public during Lent, will beginat : ., two daughters, Mrs. Other City.survivors
Erhird built In engineering his wife and two daughter 4 o'clock.The Charles Drake a
up Lakeland and
Cynes, Superintendent of
A* a member of the govern. College Toocause ,daughter, Sarah Jane Walker.
the economic miracle of West program Sunday will In. Mra. Dave Glbb. Moorhead, '
Public Instruction
ment, Kuchuk laid the force Tom Bailey, Plant City, and
ion, Cap
could not be ordered without German recovery, he has been Treasurer Edwin Larson, Comp. elude Concerto No. 4. In F, by Mien; eight grandchildren and George L.
S. Air
renewed able to make his policy pre he laid he Is afraid troller Ray Green Agriculture George Frederick Handel; Dialogue -one brother, G. L. Moss, of Walker. U.
his approval Since the I l4lI Force In
f J Tokyo, Japan; a sister
outbreak of communal fighting vail. that if Dr. Wattenbarger Commissioner Doyle I Conner for the Trumpet Stop, by Carthage. Mrs. Badia Swayden San
The giant automobile indus, should come to Bartow for a State Democratic Chairman Louis Nicolas Clerambaultt! and Funeral services and burial
December Turkish Gabriel
last Calif.
minister have boycotted the try tried to defy him in the'boarded a helicopter and followed ., public meeting he might be Warren Goodrich, and Ed Mason Suite Gothique, by L Boell will be In Carthage, Tenn. Gen- Funeral services will be held
of 1962 with price Increases the const to Miami subjected to "emotionalism"by mann. ry-Morrlson Funeral Home is
Cyprus Ministerial Council,[spring chairman of the State Public today at 4 o'clock at the First
leaving the government In the he considered excessive -Beach. the people of the county. Utilities Commission. I No admission will be charged., charge! of local arrangements Baptist Church of Plant Citv
Board Chairman Austin T. Friend. call from 7
Although a number of these may until
Erhard pushed a measure
hands of Makarlos and the through the cabinet lowering moves were made without ad. Race Jr. of Winter Haven and 9 i o'clock tonight at the funeral with the Rev. H. Richard Bills

Grek Cypriot majority Johnson Board Member Ralph Dur- ; home. officiating
Im- vance announcement
The Turkish Cyprtots also tariff on cars and trucks Johnson Movements
-- gave no sign that he was con /
have Irregular under arms MRS. ROSA LEWIS
cerned about his MRS. ALICE VIOLA
safety. 1 MARTINMrs.
about 1,000 men. Chiles Seeks At least five time during his -.ir; n :bt 'JhJ.' Alice Viola Martin 72, LAKE WALES-Mrs. Rosa
The special force would swellMakarios' MacBeth Lewis, 64, formerly of
to Miami Beach stay the President .. "y ,n I Cloaked In SecrecyMIAMI I died yesterday at her home at Lake Wales
strength died
waded Into thick crowd to 2305 Jungle St. She was a native Wednesday at
6.470 men, slightly less than the New TermIn I shake hands, and the crowd rance of Fort Meade both of of South Barre, Vt., and cameto Malabar, where she had made

British peace.k e e pin I g con pushed and shoved around him. whom have Indicated they are (AP) President And here never was a genor Lakeland in 1958 from Plain- her home for the past eight!

tingent on Cyprus. I House willing to accept the report, Johnson' movements during his al announcement of the fact that field Vt. She wa a member of years. She was a member of the

Even more ominous from the I wanted the meeting to be pub- Johnson would land by helicopter the Steeple Among the Hills Revival Tabernacle of Lake
Turkish Cyplot viewpoint la an !Pisa Seeking lie and held here. overnight Florida tour were at the Bayshore Country Methodist Church of Plainfield, Wales, where funeral service

estimated force of 30,000 Greek War. in which he served as This motion received strong cloaked in unusual secrecy-to Club, Miami Beach after a and of the Order of Eastern were to be held this afternoonat

Cypriot Irregulars, many of an Army artillery officer Funds support from the approximately the point where no advance announcement :flight from Palm Beach. Star t o'clock
them organized into vigilante "Serving the people of Polk Keep 100 persons who was made of the, Newsmen had been led to be- She I II survived by her hus She I I. survived by her hus-

gongs.Makarlos. I County In the 'legislature at I crowded into the board meet- time and place of his departure, lieve the President would land band Elgin A. Martin; a daugh.,'band, E. L. Lewis; three cons,

began formation of' Tallahassee has meant a distinct Tower From FallPISA I Ing room for Wednesday' today from Miami either at Miami International ter. Mrs. Charles D. Caustic of'Ernest of Jacksonville, Tommy

his new force as the U.N. secur'I'I privilege I for me," meeting. There wa* no Indication whether -Airport or at Homestead Air Lakeland, two sisters Mrs V. of Eau Gatlie and Ralph R.

ity Council was under Chiles said In his formal an- AP-The security considerations die Force Base, south of the city. Robert McAfee of Burlington. of Cocoa; four daughters, Mrs
Italy ( city oPisa
pressure to provide an International I _. tated the hush-hush handling of Vt. and Mrs. Josie Hart of'Minnie Mae Shelley of Babson
I - --- hassaked the ,
peace team and mediatorfor Former Arkansas the trip. However, one unusual IChellea. Vt, a brother, Aaz-Park, Mra. Louise Bedgood ofPensacola.
ernment to spend more Raul
gov'l Castro monet
Cyprus I 'ttf>ift. JJi, Q if' million dollar to tilt the security move was evident when 'and three Thompson of Lisbon, Va.; Mrs. Margaret

In New York, diplomatic J,....,. y"tI Ing Tower back just a little and Governor Dies I he drove through Miami Beach Wounded Says two great-grandchildren grandchildren and Campbell of Orlando and Mrs
sources at U.N. headquarterssaid I keep It from falling down. Thursday night j : An Army helicopter Funeral Catherine Richburg of Winter
a resolution may come nCemenl, "and I am with two security men Cuban arrangements Will be Haven; two brother, Shelton

fore the council this be-I proud of the fact thut this jacked The 14,000-ton up six tower feet and would then be MALVERN. Ark. wv-Homer sitting Inside an open door hovered RefugeeMIAMI announced Morrison Funeral later by the Gentry Booth and Barney Booth both

county today enjoy a de. M. Adltins. Arkansas' 33rd governor within 75 feet of the Presidential Home. of Eau Gallie; a sister Mrs.
eased back down on a new cement (AP-A refugee who
LJSTON GREETED served position of strength died Wednesday night in limousine throughout the Amanda Gardner also of Eau
DENVER (AP-A crowd of and respect among lortda's base. a hospital here He wa 73Adklns drive. arrived from Havana yesterday ARBIE E. LUMERT Gallie and
: 13
200 cheering fans with signs leader, both at the capitol No one wants to straighten the was hospitalized Feb The secrecy maneuvers began reported there II a widespreadrumor Funeral services for Arbie E. three greatgrandchildren.HAROLD grandchildrenand .

saying "Welcome Home" greeted and throughout the state tower 17 because of a heart ailment. even before Johnson left WashIngton that Cuban Defense Minister Lumen, of Rt. 2. will be held
But the 184 foot tower already ; Raul Castro was seriouslywounded -
Sonny Liston, dethroned '1 am seeking reelectionIn He became governor in 1941 Thursday noon. In sharp Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock

heavyweight boxing champion, the belief that my experience slants almost II and feet the from tilt true has and served two term, through contrast to past practice, only "The report a month has gained ago. ground .t the Kersey Funeral Home FORT MEADE G. MORRIS- Harold (I.

at the airport Thursday night. In this office can further perpendicular Increased by a quarter of an '\1945. A* the "war governor" Adklns the sketchiest kind of travel since Raul has not made a pub- Chapel.Thompson The will Rev. James R. Morris '1, of Dalleys Trailer

LUton pushed his way serve and benefit the needs inch In the last 45 Expert brought $300 million worthof schedule was given out in ad lie appearance in a month," officiate. Park was found dead Sunday
through them, saying nothing of Polk County citizens." years war Industries to Arkansas, vance. Even this timetable was said Rene evening at his residence. Mr.
Sanchez Havana
if this ,
lay that keeps million In aluminum tentative RITES FOR CASWELL INFANT
including $150 very and filled with
businessman who was a native of StolU-
stand another arrived with
the tower may not Graveside service
Industries which still dot large gap 11 other by boat. were heldat yule N. Y. and had lived In Fort
STD 100 2 o'clock
r wirrylnt tkiiit jfiir fiiarfofj yean.CATTLE the state. I When/John.on went to Palm yesterday afternoon Meade four
Sanchez said the rumor had it in the Oak Hill Burial year, moving here
I LOOK AUCTIONS He lost a 1944 Senate race to 'Beach Thursday afternoon to that Raul was struck by a bullet -Donna Park for From Cocoa. He wa employed
it Sinitw'i siimmiit eyiftass burin! lid! J. William Fulbrlght who has call on the ailing Joseph P. Intended for his brother, daughter Lynn of Caiwell.Mrs. Donna 2-year-old part-time at Sunshine Packer

LISTEN it Its supirk pirformincii rnanird.jUI. and Uili..u..Mk"'at 1...aiieUoa.... mar.ktu lltll.. Senate since then. the late president, no announcement bodyguards riding In Rev. Walter C.5,Mathany.Lakeland. The of World War II.
lltuinUir alas.rsTiU... Adklns. a Democrat, was was made untilJohnson' the front two of There are no known .
: survIvors.Graveside
car their
hear better, look better, live better Frod.r flaw I Oad.aea.ar- procession Baptist Church Eloise officiated. -
I,ft.-n... oont. 01 .luppln. .iani> M tanS known. a man who made campaigns Air Force jet was In were killed, he said. I Arrangement services will be heldat

Most hearing losses can be corrected .aai rwk' .. and.C''iJ:: W%:rll.c markoto i' .51 and f 1 J'.ftfto.pared .JiiOname click for others. He. the Beach.air and bound for Palm by the Gentry-Morrison were Funeral made Evergreen Cemetery tomor-
worked in President Franklin DRoosevelt' Home row at 2 o'clock, with the Rev.
with Sonotonc's! terrific new eyeglass p.rio'I hal '00'.._ Johnson of Lakeland.
-i'.n' Oood"aiweoo lb. II00-1100. 1932 campaign and Twang Surviving besides her mother William S. Holton pastor of the
hearing aid. Ihe THINL1NU A Iran- Ux in 00-91 to, aunaafd"HHfVr successful campaigns for the are the child1 First Baptist Church, officialng. -
grandparents, M '.
Sun YjtSen'sWidow
islor hearing aid Is built into Sonotonc's .. .. Oood ton-SM Ibm IS 00.21 00.lUnlard U.S. Senate by Mr*. Hattie Car. : (Creates New I I and Mr*. B. R. Caswell. also Friend -may call from 7
ID i oo-U 00t
.slimmest lightest temples. Fin wom way and John E. Miller State Governor of Lakeland. to I o'clock at the Seidell Funeral

en's men's eyeglass fronts for stylish tillf! .lH8! 10 .00,. 10. Gov. Orval E. Faubus said Cancels Home.Dukes.

The TIIINL1NE I is'so 'tv'.... .1 and II<-t2nis Ib ..1_' Good that In Adklna passing "Arkan MIAMI BEACH (AP) An I MRS. CLIFFORD WALKER
hearing seeing. 31 no-zoos. itanilisi '8-, : ''1O. j ass has lost a truly great man" Schedule official stenographer, apparently I PLANT CITY Mrs. CM-

,good looking your family and friends$ *.rai XHMI too-auulba... II 10-1110. Daily baffled by President Johnson' ford L Walker, 60, resident of

will 1 admire your choice Exclusively atSONOTONE- 1D ':liiodluni'f. _' 1110 n 1020 POULTRY & EGGS Texas twang has added a new Plant City and the wife of Clif Steen

I Co.>0. .: ...dl.m 16 It OO-lt ao-l1 SOis.u SOC. COLOMBO Ceylon (AP) governor to Florid history. ford L Walker, member of a

.,!;,>iol"iia! <.11 iiii:.. 11 -2).1OI ioo. Ibo TaMP._siu,5'A_I"...I.M. ...r.and...pnii.iIisrOOlirS Of'... Madame Sun Yat-sen. 60, widow Three times Thursday President -pioneer Florida family died I Funeral Home
.. of the founder of modern Johnson referred Monday In the Notional Insti"THORHTOH -
.:..... N', .. gratefullyto
CITRUS SHIPMENTS A _. ,I e.,_ China, canceled her appointments Florida Gov. FanrI Bryant' .

i2ts.. 4 01J ::n 3!:; 4 44 j* today because of weariness "warm hospitality" And three \ I I 310 S. Florida
LEMON ST. LAKELAND W1NTEH HAVFM lAPt-otal Cltru.i lum lot .3 ti an external affairs min-
117 EAST .. times '
.. official
.:j-cUon autaai 10 5 npork In mail UNat .aa .18 .J8 stenographer
-"' Rial or .mutlonal qualllr J-S onto aIry spokesman said ;.J'n '1 MEMORIAL; HOME
Florida ,
MU 2-7816 .. Gov.Brown
Telephone Ovfrt Qrnn Tmn'Rail llhKr In om IIXAIIUM. Phone
341. II HwTri.ok : Wholeial : ... MU 2.3123
prlrM on aoultrf vlcktd Madame Sun a vice chairman 'U's. Ft* .
lawn ujo i.0I larmi: H.a. h .>> I Ibi. up '
ATTHIES '01 ALL HUllING AIDS :: tain rrportod h 4'-t of the Chinese Communist "'It.
>n> Ibt o* It cost the US. Treasury '" Uf"
T UI 14 TBI 94 3T: tot ...n., 4-4', Ib4. 007 no!. 0i ".a.. ..
C.im.rl.i it:3 J I It.to [uodrr 4 Ik. oi-0* mo. .OS olti.r.no government i is visiting Ceylon about on. cent to print a bill. .. I I ambulance service
'taTViJ': **U MJ. Ul"* '.*" ",...tain ln* pl.,roporu... a:cNli Drlorri III.".nrlm,. : with Premier Chou En.lal, | of any denomination j ,,_.t, .......'...... I I .

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I New Ways Devised To Boost Economy

EDITOR'S NOTE Ways .f "Steel has turned the corner from that to keep things going of the labor force. That's why much effort Is being spent to

ep forcing economic growth are and J the outlook Is on the bright. through 1965. many think that despite today's devise ways to keep the 60s
being readied In ease the IMOs opposition to cutting the work
I er aide. Another
can predict And then what climbing.
turn balky In this, the last .( week to 35 hours some shorten
five article on the decade, Sam the cost of making steel will New Spending Programs Seen ing will be forced before the Majority opinion right now

r i iI in Dawson( AP business news drop $30 to $40 a ton by 1970 Some decade ends seems to be that the 1960s will
anticipate big new
analyst tells bow high the from today's average of $152 end well ahead of their starting
slakes are which might give foreign competitors spending programs at various Confidence Essential point on most counts. The ques-
government levels-for area redevelopment
: pause i Stock prices have been pushedto tlon II: Far enough ahead? And
t as part of a fight
t present heights partly out of can the goal be reached without
Striking Growth'
By SAM DAWSONAP Possible i on poverty, for mass transit, for
confidence in coming economic any marked or crippling slow
a Business Newt Analyst An electric utilities spokesman urban renewal. Corporate executives crack
growth A setback could down along the way?
e NEW YORK (AP)-Many are thinks "a period of strikIng believe government Is this confidence both of stock
Almost believes th.tthe
no one
() laying that one way or anotherthe growth could be at hand" readier now to tailor taxing and
of In
traders and the public general -, 1960s will end as the 1920s
. 1960i will have to be madeto He sees last year's outlay of $3 spending more to the encourage That's another reason ao
< did-In a crash. The cautious
'. toar. They reason that Industry billion for expansion becoming ment of private Investment.
think the climb will be sedate
labor, government, all $8 billion a year by 1970. An 'easier monetary policy,
but disaster-
problem strewn
realize that the stakes are now Makers of consumer goods joined with 'Increased household Woman Given
free. Many are convinced: that
too high, the perils of a snow Formations li predicted to
a count on an
Increasing population '
X41 Beer For Life before the 60s end they will
balling downturn from current for larger markets. Merchants widen the demand for new construction be
really soaring by today'sstandards
heights just too great, to let the and
expect retail sales to go more appliances BIRMINGHAM England (AP) .
economy falter. on climbing, but they fear competition and services.But Harriet E. Broks who

How things look today depends will be rougher-maybe I there's the rub. There 'estimates she has drunk two

on where you sit For many small stores forced out of will be ever more people to'pints of beer a day since she 'NSUUltt IOIIOH

many, the times are good and business, small towns losing out compete for each job and every was IS, will receive free beer R

INTERNS HEAR ASSIGNMENTS Dr. Silly ''Willi....., hit chaIrin..f Florid' Souther likely to get better. For a few, to shopping centers dollar the rest of her life. 1)AGENCY

J C.II..e's ..00..c.ti. '.pirtnwnt, tni John SN,rl *i I.,...., director .f ducition) iprvicti for the 1969s are a growing disap Many In the financial markets There will be 13 million more The reward came: from a

I, Folk County School, dlKwii 1..,.,.. rmchlni ...1........ with two FSC .."I." Modtllrit His.e polntment-dimming chances of are betting that the present upswing candidates for jobs at the end brewery In Birmingham J09 S. TENNESSEE AYE
arm* of Pl.,..", au go.d to tfci bulk end..t Dlalol..J' lie.......",'and Goo,.. Kcrrlck L..... finding work, a widening gap now three years old can of the decade! than at the start Wednesday after she proved to PH 611.4141
...41. who will ".ch between the affluent and the 1 be extended to a record five If jobs don't Increase faster the firm's satisfaction that she
1 A litflitk .t Ukobnd Smlor Hih SchM Tk.r or* ....."| II FSC Mnira who ._tl".
ids are stilt a tossup. to: give the needed nudge this the unemployment rate will rise beer. ew

A iteel executive can say, :year, and.to>> pyramiding effects from 5.5 per cent to 7 per cent Mrs Brooks Is II.
: b 81 Florida Southern Seniors

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: To Begin Practice Teaching


. Eighty-one seniors at Florida Lakeland Junior High School-' Lakeland Area SchoolsLolaM.

" Southern College all education Joan C. Flint James M. Fra Weston.
majors will begin 10 weeks of tier, and Joyce B. White. I Students assigned to other ,

j practice teaching Monday at Kathleen Junior High School schools In Polk County are:
-Harriet C. Fether and Dorothy Bartow-Larry Comillaud and
, public schools In four counties
L. Junkln.
Lucile A. Wynn, Bartow Senior
t The teaching interns, all of Southwest Junior High School High; Jacqueline Teasley Bar-

whom are due to be graduated,-Judith H Cook, Marilyn F tow Junior High

, in May or August.*ill return to McNees, Karen Sue Morris Haines City-Virginia Moore .
the campus on May 4. They Evelyn Dora Wagner and Diane Alta Vista Elementary; and (

1 add to Florida Southern's record S. Walker Hazel L. Willis Eastside Ele
i of more than 2,000 students Kathleen Elementary School mentary.
i who have participated In the -Ellen Dills.Southwelt I Lake Alfred-B. Lay Martin Y

teacher.training program since Elementary School Keen Lake Alfred Junior High
1947 ,-Susan Mary Eddy and Genie School

\ f Dr Billy Williams chairmanof Vandiver Hooks. Mulberry Geraldine Brock

the college's education department Cleveland Court Elementary; and Thomas K. Odadzin, Mulberry !
said 51 of the future School-Barbara B. Davidsonand Junior.Senior High School,
t 1 teachers are assigned to Polk Gail Kaplan Elinore M Slewett, Kingsford

County schools 20 to Orange Dixieland Elementary School Elementary School.
County, seven to Pinellas and -Judy Davis and Madeline Hag Winter Haven James A. V

three to Hillsborough. strom. Fisher and Joe Gray Lmdsey t

Assignments Listed Webster Avenue Elementary; Winter Haven Senior High; Ann
School-James D. Deramus Bond and John E. Wagner
Thirty-one students will intern Combee Elementary School- Westwood Junior High; Donya
It Lakeland schools Their assignments Cecelia B. Drury and Marilyn Dee Gran and Marilyn Mitchell

are as follows: Williams Brigham Elementary School:
Lakeland Senior High School- Lime Street Elementary Rebecca Jean Ogden and Kathryn -
Dorothy Albrecht Jane Center School-Marlen Kay Hearn 1 Jane Redd Lake Shipp Elementary .
Judith M. Kelsey George E Crystal Lake Elementary I School; Helene Ann

Kerrlck School-Sonia Theresa Hunter Cushman, Elbert Elementary
Kathleen Senior High School- Jesse Keen Elementary School

Barbara Ellis, Edith Lynn Klein '-Katherine Johnson.

Mary L. Sanborn, and Robert Griffin Elementary School-I--- y
H Smith. I
Anna Kathryn...Maxwell. '

I Prayers In School Still I @Jl .

Hot Issue In CongressWASHINGTON builds a

Fr''1, t 5 tr'w r
Centipede LawnrTTjVb
(AP) On In an effort to speed things :, ,' ,
June 25, 1962 the Supreme up. Becker has filed a discharge k ;F'i h 't.A .,
Court barred recitation of an of. petition for his amend \

tidal prayer In the public merit a device aimed at taking
schools of New York 1 it out of the Judiciary Commit.

Shortly afterward cut Into the tee's hands and bring it directly 1
marble above the chair of the' to the House floor

speaker of the House and This takes the signatures of

picked out In gilt paint appeared -21S House members, a majority
the legend "In God We on the discharge petition. So far
Trust" Becker has collected 149.
The target was obvious and
the speedy reaction was an In.
dication of the opposition of Auburndale Band

many House members of the
court's decision. Patrons Set Fish A 1 uy' x N.1

hue Still Boiling
Fry Tomorrow
Nearly two years and several J
more court prayer decisions later AUBURNDALE The Band '1:'

the issue still is boiling in Patrons will sponsor their third

the House annual fish fry tomorrow at
No less than 144 resolutionsto City Park from S p.m. until 7 '

amend the Constitution so as p.m. In addition to the fish fry Sprigging
to nullify the Supreme Court's two concerts will be offered with
decisions have been introduced' the Junior Band playing at 4 Now you can tow a centipede

in the House They have been 1 o'clock and the Senior Band at lawn without backbreakingsprlgging.Thousands

referred to the Judiciary Com fpm of
mittee. The purpose of the fish fry lovely centipede lawns have
Chairman Emanuel Celler D- fa to raise money to aid the been established from Centl- '
'Vll.i"f. ikt I,r' 1
N.Y., ordered his staff to con land program In the school Seed and many lawn experts Helen lllg
duct a painstaking survey of The Band Patrons are handling consider centipede the best
the whole question. This report the ticket sales and tickets will all-round lawn grass In this
has now been completed and it also be available at city park. arts. Grows In sun end partial

in the hands of Judiciary Com The new senior band uniforms, hade.. Grows In any soil, rich
mittee members purchased In September, cost or poor, and requires little '
Celler has promised public 2000. The band buys 1800 mowing. Come back ovary :QShowhngSaturday :
hearings loon.Republican. I worth of new sheet music each spring end requires a mini

ImpatientBut year Other costs include bus mum of fertilizer.,Plant your
drivers for out-oftown trips to lawn
new or convert your old
Rep. Frank J. Becker. athletic events, concerts, and lawn with Centl-Seed.
R.N.Y., is Impatient He Introduced such. The fish fry raises fundsto
one of the first constitutional help pay some of this ex Now It the Ideal lime to Feb.. 29tl, /r'--: Ir,
amendments to get pense. plant Ctntt-Seei In this
around the court ruling. It trei. Tho seed will not :
would say nothing In the Constitution !. Kilts worn by the famous Ev. sprout In tool toll but list 2SO P.IJI. 41: '

could be construed! to bar zone warriors of Greece sometimes watering ind ttttntlon will ,
prayers or Bible reading in pub contain more than 40, bt required to product a r ale,rs: .

lic schools on a voluntary basis yards of material positive stand Second Floor Of Ftt.vfiioit } ; ,

Mr. Robert Katz, fashion coordinator for Helen Whiting will
personally commentate.

REGULAR HEARINGBY Exciting Easter Fashions especially for the Junior who

enjoys being a girl deftly designed with Lady Like
ADJUSTMENT ...---.---.--.--- Looks of lace trims, tiny bows and ruffled sleeves.
...-----.-.- Sketched : left to right : Katya cotton ruffle sleeve
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The ZortiH lMr4 .f A..ln..rmi f will c."..H* for .--------
rtful.r h..ri... M T....,....', MrcK 5, 1964 .' 9:30 A.M.in ar A.ae.e aera.r as Mho sheath; pink, blue or lilac; 5-15 11.98; Nautical
tfc. City Commi..im R_ .r City H.II for rh. piirooMf
h.i.., end odlnf .. tko Mlowlnf .ppiikiin' trim sheath, navy/white with red trim; 5-13 11.98;
full direction m each package
t.'.lire. a..rrf.mw1.Mt e--.4M WN.rt overblouse look
u. WM..r W.1fore two-piece in pink blue or with
H. M"Mn. navy
$ O 95
.. .. ,
d { .Nee > ra.wry Hhlla uMlrrM Plants 500,
... _
..iita rIM n.w..+.tN... Ban 1. Ina tunttrmmm. aat.b_..r.lt.. .lrttd_ 4Oz. J 1000 sq. ft. white; 5-13 12.98.

J. w. T.N r>a M*_1.1'..7.,.w.... r.r/I.. ..w....boos. Orranl. AMitianVa7'ai ; 1 pound $14.95
><* raauaiMal ta ...* hr.I raM aat ate Mt e I Mass' Junior
....... Terrace
z. Plant 2000 to 4000 ft.
S. Mxar, eer.. .. T__ ....
Let fi. ._. J. OoWII lakalarni. Ma..ktoJ .uelriNM.Vu.a IUY FROM YOUR SEED DEALERCENLLSEED BROTHERS
n.wNW M N'rl w.eb.e Nw/ sow .M.YirMnr "
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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, Feb. M, 1H4 D.."" ...;..f nf11 a c:
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Dispute On Panama

I Our Former MayorsTONIGHT I .

Lakeland's former hometown and he is in direct contact By
mayors will get together at the Yacht with his constituents from day to day. Johnson has an opportunityto

Club to dine, tell tall tales and give Mayors get commended and criticized settle the dispute with Panama t

serious attention to Lakeland's general : and most soon learn to take the amicably and to the satisfaction -

welfare.It rough with the smooth, so that after of both sides. He t

they have handed over their title to a has only to Invoke a little-used
will be the first such gathering but very important procedure

Lakeland has had and is expected to successor they can look back with whereby the legal points which

be the start of an annual custom. satisfaction to having had a rich ex- have arisen can be submittedto
perience in public service. an Impartial tribunal for
No hard-and-fast order of business that
an advisory opinion
A is closer to the people
has been planned. It Is to be a free- mayor will not necessarily be bind-
and-easy sort of occasion. Naturally it than any other chief executive in pub- ing on both .(dea. The par-
lic office. He is closer than a county ties could, of course, agree In
will be an occasion of reminiscences.
commission chairman, a governor or a e advance, if they so desired,

Inevitably, though, these men who president because he hasn't as much to accept the decision as bind

have served in the top position in their territory to cover. Thus, a mayor is ina ing.The
city will talk about the things Lake- v reason for such a stepIs
better position to know from day to that the points In dispute
land needs most now and how these what the want-and what
day people between the two governments
needs can be met. they don't want. are really legal rather than po

E. E. Kelley Jr. mayor in 1942, will A citizen commends a mayor for litical. There are, of course

be chairman of tonight's gettogether.James something good the mayor has done, political have overtones.been aroused Also, passions on DAVID LAWRENCE ,

J. Musso, mayor In 1952 and and that makes the mayor feel good i I both sides. But fundamentally THERE ARE two kinds of

1953, is head of the committee in chargeof deep inside. Then along comes a citizen ," the obstacle to a satisfactory disputes between nations t

arrangements. full of wrath who shakes his finger in \ settlement today Is the which have caused trouble in
question as to just what legal the past. One Is of the political
Twenty former mayors are expectedto the mayor's face and tells the mayor obligation either party has to sort that has sometimes

attend. Lakeland's present Mayor that if he can't do a better Job, he negotiate a revision of the existing yielded to mediation or to diplomatic

Harold Grizzard will be there to makeit ought to resign. treaty between the Unit settlement. The

official and to present tie clasps to But it all adds up to a unique ex- ed States and Panama. other kind Is strictly, legal.It .

those who preceded him in the office. perience, and we hope that as Lake.land's The source of the difficultyIs has for a long time been
as usual, to be found In the argued that legal disputes
To every man who becomes the former mayors sup together and desire of each side to have its should be submitted to tribunals

head man of his city by achieving the powwow tonight, they'll find them own viewpoint prevail. The of judges competent to

office of mayor comes a very special selves remembering many more pleas- United States, for example, deal with such questions. In
construes the existing treaty to fact, this Is the basic reason
satisfaction. He is the leader of his own ant moments than unpleasant ones.
have been made "in perpetuity. why there has long been a

of the ." This means that the crusade for the establishment
People terms of the treaty cannot be of a world court.It .

altered by the wish of one party began many years ago-
. S. Lloyd Frisbie though the United States even before the League of

could on its own give up all Nations was formed. LawyersIn
aram This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page***"*** under the treaty and
rights various countries have
TilE NAME S. Lloyd Frisbie has nated Bartow's most outstanding citi- from the
withdraw entirely called for a "world of law"and

been a good and familiar name in zen. At that time he was serving as This editorial. peso offers the! newipeoer's own pinions' .. mettere of currant .......... to MMoo'ltorlol zone. There Is a longstanding have Insisted that many \

Florida journalism more than 40 years. chairman of the Polk County Defense c.I...... It welcomes rhe opinions of ,.."., In Hie Veke of the People. Column letters mootbo principle In law that con disputes could be settled satisfactorily

Council and of the Polk County Ration IIMO', .*t ..., the w,*,,'. ."..,_ but ....... will .. wt II.ld. upon ........ A letter .....'" net tracts cannot be changed exJfoi if submitted to an

It belonged to an able, vigorous and ing Board. He also had the distinctionof ..e.... 250 words, and poetry cennet bo sed. The Ledger reserves the daft to reJect ear Utter or .. International tribunal whose

public spirited newspaperman who serving as president of the Bartow shorten It. Opinions of colnmnisH .,,4 other contributors,. appear .,_..... .. this ..... J 'lfI/aJIt judges were chosen for the

died at the age of 74 yesterday in his Club. express purpose of passing on

he Rotary ber of people with the greatest policy God help the United International legal questions.
hometown of Bartow where
I* have failed there Is international
to At
cannot bring deep Let Voters present an
it kicked In the
of ease to reach. States as gets mutual consent.
publisher of The Polk County Demo- cept by They court of justice
satisfaction to him that his two sons, teeth from every corner of
crat, semi-weekly newspaper, and The The EXPERTS too, mightdo the can be broken but the party which sits at The Hague. It
Loyal and Richard to become DecideEDITOR globe.
grew up which breaks the contract
Citrus Industry well to read and rereadthe Is an Integral part of the Unit-
magazine. interested in the newspaper professionand editorials in The Ledger of DISGUSTED must take the consequences ed Nations, and all U.N. mem-
During all his active years of good him in the business. legal or otherwise.
joined family : What no experts Feb. 23 and 24. The facts bers are parties to the statute

health, he kept many irons in the fire, lie was an honorable gentleman of in this metropolis of 70,000 couldn't be stated better. Noneof THE PANAMANIAN government under which the court operates

managing to find time to render numerous courage, vision, charity and warm, people? At least so It seems.A these EXPERT decisions School SiteEndorsed the insisted be that"negotiated"The a revisionof though they are not dispute required
treaty submit
services in addition number of times In the to every -
public giv-
good humor who was a real credit to past
have met the real needs of United States government with other nations to the
ing competent attention to his personal the field of journalism in which belabored out state of town and have even been out calledin of Polk' County and Lakeland agreed only to a "discussion. court. They may even challenge -
business enterprises.As and effectively But the moment the Panama the court's jurisdictionIn
so conscientiously citizens.
and some of them at con- EDITOR: Your recent editorial
long ago as 1942 he was desig siderable cost. All called in Let those nearest the prob- advocating the use of nian government said that the any dispute. Once a case
be "ne-
discussion was a is submitted, however, the
to solve local problems that the former school
lem out and make observations property on "
go gotiation the United States parties themselves are bound
hardly require more than reasonable Lake Morton for
time and traffic studies purposes For it
refused to go along. by the court's decision. Both
Intelligence and for get appraisals from real es- has my complete en- Interpreted this as a demandfor the United States and Panama

. The Kiwanis Pancake PushDURING wound the most up with part unsatisfactory they have tate men throttle or root out dorsement worth.It for what It is a concession pledge In have accepted the compulsory

Individuals with axes to grind advance by the United Statesto jurisdiction of the court In all
recommendations and results. has
alwaysbeen, desirable
and chestnut to out of ,
THESE next three weeks cakes, sausage and coffee, and there Is Even experts from Alabamaand the fire, and then let the voters to have free parking at or lines revise Insisted the upon treaty by along Panama. legal disputes but submission in certainareas of cases

Lakeland area residents and visitors band music by high school student Tennessee hardly understand who pay the bills and who near libraries. The Panamanian position is outside those areas-such as

will be reading and hearing much musicians to help enliven the occasion.It Empty Polk County In parking land values.lots have the youngsters to educate that Argument the new library has been should made be that the treaty cannot be regarded the Panama Canal treaty-Is
spaces decide.
is truly a festival of big propor- located within as "in perpetuity" and purely voluntary.THE .
about the annual Pancake Festival the acquired at considerable expense easy walking that, when the United States
the fallacy of NAME WITHHELD distance to the business area.
Lakeland Kiwanis Club has tions.The expose to "negotiate" this
plannedfor agrees COURT also .be
In such may
a case what would
advance ticket sales campaignis the Park and Shop plan which
point, it has in effect, conceded
asked the
by general assemblyor
March 21 at Lodwick Airport. certainly doesn't require the prevent shoppers and store-
getting under Members of the that the cannotbe
way. treaty security council of the U.N.
BellyachersVote keepers from using the free
knowledge of an to
It is a big undertaking for sweet expert continued thereafter with.
club have been organized into sales realize. Why not return to library parking facilities to the to give an advisory opinionon
charity and it requires much careful teams, and they will be making an In- the lowly nickel and let those Too detriment of actual library out the consent of Panama. any legal question. Thus
and lot of workers. It is Naturally, the Panamanianswould the United States or Panama
preparation a tensive effort to sell the largest pos- merchants who wish give users
like such
worth all the effort. It gets a good tokens? They would at least Relative to the use of May- to secure a can today voluntarily submitto
sible number of tickets before the day concession. The United States
serve in the parking spaces in EDITOR President Johnson hall Auditorium as a library the court through the Unit-
response.So arrives for people to gather around front of their establishments. said in his Feb. 11 talk where Is It proposed to locate government on the other ed Nations, the question of

well has Kiwanis established the and help themselves to the food.It The EXPERTS recommendthe to the Internal Revenue Serv library parking? The park- hand, feels it should not give whether an agreement to discuss
ice men that we are a beloved back away any such advantage in points of difference con
of the
annual event that Lakeland's residentsand is an event that enables Kiwanisto old library site almost Ing area City Hall
people throughout the world- and auditorium Is advance of the discussion or stitutes an obligation to re-
even now
visitors look forward to it with carry on an extensive charity pro- diametrically between the. regardless of what the bellyachers Inadequate at times for those conference and that It wouldbe open a treaty or whether the

much pleasure. From early morning gram for boys and girls and at the Florida Southern College Library say and asked God to having business In the City creating a precedent of word "negotiate" merely

until into the night, Kiwanlans, assisted same time serves to refresh Lakeland's School and the Lakeland High forgive them for they know Hall. As a member of one of far-reaching proportions if it means discussion without either -
Library. They didn'tsay not what they do. My answer the city boards, I have had conceded that any contractcan party losing its rights or
by other volunteers, serve pan- spirit of public service. let the rest be hanged
to the president Is that, come difficulty several times In be altered at any time being obligated, even by Implication -
but It pretty much adds up election day, he will find that merely by the demand of one
finding parking space so thatI to vary the termsof
that way. The right spot stillhasn't every one of us so been found. The library achers can cast a vote, and it ties which have
signed treaty
of board. a
agreement has been reached
. A Hankering For PoliticsDOYLE like the Junior college will be for his opponent if he my for a given period or "in through conference or other
must serve the greater num. doesn't change his foreign WILLIAM E. SWIGERT perpetuity," wise.

E. CARLTON JR. of Har- the Governor's mansion when his

dee County evidently still has_a strong father was Florida's chief executive in

hankering for politics.He the early 1930s. The I
Past Is A Lot Of Ashes
was strongly inclined to run Four years ago he got into the run-

for Governor again this year and finally off with Farris Bryant for the gov-

decided against doing so. Now he ernorship, and when a man gets that By RALPH McGILL De GAULLE'S calculated enough to wait for a while views trade. something car and uncertain road to Peking

is pondering a race for the State Senate close to the governorship it is hard for Publisher of The decision to move toward Asia though this cannot be done rled on only between friends. could not
Constitution and thereby take the first step without cost. We have a !little longer accept
in which he was serving when he him to step aside from politics forever- History said a cynic, Is a toward bolstering the French (There was much objection to US. decisions on trade with

ran for Governor more. bucket of ashes.Sometimes position and also the establishment selling surplus wheat to the China and Russia. Thlr own

He admits he is checking around So it wouldn't be surprising to get it seems so. of a third force in the :.l:J nsCienCt I Soviets) Both Republicansand political survivals wre Immediately
It is one of the great Ironiesof world to counter that of the
friends this week as to whether the announcement that Democrats must now see
among any day now history that today there are United States and of Russia -Jfi XlIf'SQtltk that this nation placed in the balance.
he should run. That normally would Carlton has decided to go ahead and furrowed browsIn was a hard throw of the dice. ing total of with a grow France, if she wishes, can

indicate intention to run, It is doubtful try to get back the Senate seat he every capital The gamble may succeed. time. It will be hard if we do Itself move unemployed strongly Into must the further complicate affairs by
of Europe- Britain already has moved to- not use It to learn. putting Red China Into the
that many of his friends would tell relinquished when he went after a world markets or slowly be- nuclear race. General de
and In WashIngton ward survival. Barred by De
him not to run. higher office. I The British are conditionedto come politically Isolated and Gaulle has changed our world.
Lights Gaulle from the
trade, being
He comes by his interest in politics lie was a good Senator. He would burn late.Statesmen. -1 (" Common Market the British on commerce as economically eroded. There are hard decisions
a wholly pragmatic trans
Europe, once General de
naturally. He was born and bred in have been a good Governor. Florida Jy have determined to cut loose action. But the United States Gaulle took France on the bold ahead and some of them
must be made by Americans.
politics. As. youngster he lived in needs men like him in public office. come and go. s from their NATO boycott
All of Europe c pledges and to trade with any
Is astir because Stfi| s 3 nation that will buy or barter.

A THOUGHT-But when Jesus saw It he wis Indignant and said to them. Let the children of the desper-W4 d; r This includes Cuba and Rus

come to me, do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of God-Mark 10:14.: ate determined sia. Other European nations Potomac FeverBy I
gamble by Gen. McGILL will follow G e n era. de
eral de Gaulle Gaulle's decision is like the

to make France the central effect of a distant earthquake.The !
power a restoration of Europe waves yet

ended. Albania seizes property belonging to Soviet Russia. LBJ to Khrushchev
How swiftly did It come? The United States was the. on the hot line: "Welcome to the let's-kick-big daddy-around"
There were 22 cabinets In least prepared to meet the
a""DN' 'PAT) eDWU' Iris *
,..10" n.ri JOHN Nei ON. v.* France within the brief span effect of the general's stroke. *
... ... ....
I I Polk .
Imperial HAftltlt a SIMI.
: County bra."elY HAMM J... M....,.. of 10 years from 1945 to 1955. Even the Congreu seems not The wile Pennsylvania's Cov. Scranton says he won't run for president. -
World's Citrus Center : ". friars. OOO CHAHLBt owns HUNT.Advwtiuneirvctori Audiirl Thirteen men had a try at to have comprehended the Well, now you wean the pants in that family and It's m
"... HICH4KO........ HtARLIY. Olreul* being premier. Looking back inexorable events that will rise cinch he cant run without trousers
one may see that 1958 seemsto out of what is the most momentous
have been a pivot year for maneuver by a Western
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.pcntments-686-1151 the Soviets and the West. nation since the end of the Since the surgeon general's report, the cigarette manufacturers are smoldering -
France's descent was Inter. Second World War. more and enjoying It less

SUBSCRIPTION RATES rupted by De Gaulle's returnto *
politics. The election of 1958 GREAT BRITAIN could,
flay.., 20.10 0". Month. . .. .. $1.75 created enormous powers for and did. turn quickly to open Too bad the New Hampshire Primary isn't held Feb. 29. No male voter
Its Months $10.40 Week him and converted the government up trade with the Russians.She would be able to resist the gracious proposal of Margaret Chase Smith

Three Moulds $ '.20 Sunday Only Veer ,1. .. $1.10 from a parliamentaryone also will compete with *
into a presidential form France in China. Other nations -
It's rumored the foreign
car people finally
with a strong chief executive.In will In the weeks ahead hate solved the luggage
problem. A new model will have a large wicker'
.P..."..... .ltem..". oicept Sefure'ey and en Sunday mernlnf by L....'.". N.w.,.,.. Cere.lokoleiie1 Russia 1958 was three years do the same. Their public basket in place of the hood.
lerle'o 1)102 after Stalin's death. Khrushchev opinion will support them *
was forced to allow a The United States, with a LBJ Is becoming famed as our first dancing president Coupled wIth his

slight "thaw" at home and In national election coming up. penchant for turning out the lights, perhaps the White House theme will
the satellites. Is large enough and strong be: "Dancing il1 the Dark." lOng

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Friday, Feb. 28, IMI S!

11 WASHINGTON REPORT LAKELAND LEDGER. 'Shop-In' Controversial New Rights Tactic

Aid Boomerang Gives Networks.Musicians i SAN FRAN(..'SCO (AP) tic last week at supermarkets have no part of "reverse discrimination. ford, head of the group representing off the shop-in "at least for

Shoping basket piled blgh of Lucky Store, Inc., In San ." 40,000 of the city' 85,"' the time being," but continued

Uncle Sam Black with unptld-for groceries are Francisco, at Berkeley home of Tuesday, the largest Negro 000 Negroes picketing.
EyeBy I the newest weapon In use by the University of California, and group In San Francisco the The Bay Area Independent, a

In DeadlockBy civil right demOll.trators-the at Palo Alto to the south, adjacent Baptist Mlnlsten Union, said It I Negro weekly newspaper, called YOUR TICKET TO
Ir "shop'in" I to Stanford University, would sever its tie with CORE'the maneuver a "maliciousIdea IMPORTED FOODS

FULTON LEWIS country were foreign made; Results: A falloff In business They contend Lucky didn't if the shop-Ins didn't stop. highly doubtful" whetherIt I
WASHINGTON US. for 487 per cent of the barbed VAL ADAMS It supermarket because demonstrators :fulfill an agreement to hire ad "CORE hal a right to picket "won much sympathy from .#id..7.md i

elgn aid has boomerangedand wire; 41.7 per cent of the wire >Jiff fa Jock !tlm. monopolize cart and ditlonal Negroes Lucky flatly but if it continue to use this either the Negro or white com aawi rus _

Uncle Sam will sport an rods NEW YORK A major crisis Jam checkout lines; a falling denied It. pointed to Its Negro tic, we Just can't go lion tac'j munity" masse MtMtMMiV mmt

economic shiner for year to Had the 5.S million ton of is threatened in national con out among Negro leaders In employee and said It would said the Rev. George L. On Wednesday, CORE. called
come Imported steel been made by tract negotiations between three San Francisco; growing tendon ____n - -

f. I In the 19yearaslnce.,_. U.S. mills, this would have broadcasting network and the among frustrated employee, angry I
meant more than 40,000 jobs American Federation of Mu shoppers and determined

World War 11.t .t and $650 million in much-needed slclans. It stems from a pro- demonatraton.
I American M\\ business peal by the networks to abolish FilledIn I The .
Carts At
hal built 179 The effect would not. of their collective staffs of 407 I

steel mills, covering !>f course, have been confined to musicians regularly employed In the shop-In, demonstrators _
nearly the steel industry. Railroad several cities enter a store, fill shopping carts

every part of* jobs would have opened up; Present contracts expire at with groceries, wheel them to
the globe. Theproduct. so would have Jobs In mining midnight Saturday. The com the counter have them checked
of I Ithese selling and office work. panics Involved are the American out-then sty they can't pay I PHILCOCOOL

low-wage! WHILE U.S. tariffs have Broadcasting Company, and leave the sacks and. boxes

plant ,mean' been cut, foreign manufacturers Columbia Broadcasting System piled In front of clerk I i'f

fewer jobs for LEWIS have moved to keep AmerIcan and National Broadcasting Company ., Members of the Congress of, ,

American steel out of their mar- Racial Equality began the tac-, r

worker kets. The tariff on 100 feet of No Comment Mad l CHASSIS TV

In this country alone, imports standard two-inch steel pipe a
of foreign steel have taken from the U.S. into Today there was no official MarylandTown
comment from either side about
reached ail-time level The France i II $18.71.A .
the status of negotiations, which
world' steel similar Uses
greatest -produa shipment from
But then
began on Monday.
ing nation Is now the world' France to the U.S. I II assessed
were Indication that the radio
greatest steel Importer. only at $1.10.Stewart .
and television network wen Curfew
1 A historic total of II'/ million S. Cort, president
. remaining firm on their proposal -
tons of foreign steel was of Bethlehem Steel, testified to drop staff musician.
brought Into this country last before the Tariff Commissionlast and that the federation wa. PRINCESS ANNE, Md. (APIA ) 6 O
I f year-an amount seven times week. He laid: strongly resisting, nightly curfew Is In effed'
that of 10 years ago. "American steel tariffs are for persons under 21 yean olds
MUCH of the steel I la "dump now, on the average, the lowest It Is understood that each net. at Princess Anne, scene of r*.:
work would about $1 million
ed" here, according to steel of any major producing save clal demonstration and vlo-''
maker. There is a law against country In the world. We haveno a year by eliminating staf! ence. I mOllslockTV
musician The chains have
dumping on our statute books other significant forms of told the union they want to hire The curfew. Imposed by the PHILCO
and an international agree- trade barriers (a* do most town commissioners, went into '
musician on a freelance basil 'I COMPACT ?
ment signed by most tree other foreign nations) so that from time to time as jobs arise. effect at 1:15: Thursday night '
World nation also condemn our market I II wide open to 131 and by 11 the sidewalks were t 'rlt
ABC has staff musicians.
dumping an unfair and destructive world exporter of steel"American CBS 141 and NBC 135. They an virtually empty.A I Furniture styling, finished to match PHILCO 3600 Ma')
practice. it eel men last of and Somerset Mahogany wood grain
meeting town
employed In New York, Boston l
Neither the law nor the trea month gathered in Washington Chicago, Detroit St. Louis, Los County officials was 5 Built.In Telescoping Dipole Antenna $ 88
ty has had effect. Foreign to ask the Tariff Commission 178 2J Inch TABLE TV I IN
any Angeles and San Francisco. scheduled for tonight. The ralal F'r Controls;; Out Front Sound i
maker continue to sell steel for better administration
: issue erupted; Wednesdayinto Modem Circuits GENUINE WALNUT VENEERS
In this ccountry for less than of the Anti-Dumping Act. And Salaries Vary a batle between students'at 'I low .
Terms as as
what they charge at home. they asked, too. that American The salaries of the staff mu nearby Maryland State College -' 19* overall ding mean; 172 sq In. Walnut" Wood Veneers, Slim PHILCO ties WA.
Galvanized pipe I II sold by negotiators at the May iclans vary. In New York the and police. viewable art* $1.75 weekly Styling: : Finished Back

European producers at $233 a meeting of world trade leaden minimum seals II I $242 for a 20. ISt State Police Called Contrasting Front Areas InChampagne

ton in their native countries press the fight against hour week. The scale Ie, Chicago About 130 State Police were I Controls Gold, Front AccentsFront Sound, $19888
These tame manufacturers tariff barriers everywhere. 1 is $272. called to Princes Anne to keep large 3" oval speaker

pay $26 a ton to ship the steel The networks contend that un the peace. I tt Filter,
1 to the U.S., then offer it at der present contract they maintain John Wilson, chairman of the Picture Tube Tarms as low s.
I $213 a ton. I Student Appeal For Equality) 23* overall diag meas ; $2.00 -
Qualifiers musicians on salary who : ; 282 sq. In. viewable area weekly
The president of a Dallas an never called upon to play. the student group that Is lesd .t t

I ". steel firm cut his prices on The union argues that the net ing the demonstralons, told a ( 4 kS rasallnaasasraeaasaasa.awl
steel ban $1 IS a ton to match Pouring In works have long strived to. Negro rally In nearby Salisbury

those offered by foreign producers eliminate live music.A that he and other student leaders I' ; TWIN SPEAKER CONSOLE,

In this country. The To CapitalTALLAHASSEE strike by the musicians would go to Annapolis Men : EARLY AMERICAN STYLING
foreign price was cut another could pose a major problem for day and meet with Gov. J. Mil-I ja + i
$15 and then another $15. FInally lard Tawes and other top leglsators -
the networks and their comedyand .
(AP) Qualifying e iJ ,. a Wide Horizontal Console,
the Lone Star Steel Com .
music variety shows Some
form I It the Early American design
piled up secretary
pany had to shut Its mill for major star such as Danny He said earlier that student
of state' office today as would be s% i i1 Hardboard Wood Cabinet: finished
six months. The plant reopened Kaye, Jackie Gleason and Arthur demonstrations renewed 4 I .
candidates hurried their
to get ,iv' to match Maple furniture
last year, but has been operating Godfrey are members of any time.Missouri .
the ballot before the
on a restricted basis names on deadline. the musicians union. TWIN SPEAKERS, Front Sound,
because of foreign competition. Tuesday noon Front Controls
walkout could
Forms arriving past the deadline Conceivably a s
are returned. affect the operation of the net CityIs 3 f Modern Copper Engraved Circuits

A BRITISH producer sells Under state law candidatesmust works' phonograph recording Post w Safety Lock Filter Picture rube)
steel pipe at home for $147 a subsidiaries Hitching I
ton. The cost of his materials pay their fees (5 per cent ,. Easy.to.read Channel Selector'
PHIlC0/611 MA
of the annual salary) and sign
Center Of World 2888 "
1 $108 but he sells the '.
alone ,
oath of loyalty to the party in .23overall ding meas.;282 sq 'In: =.
pipe in this country for $96 a general election during a two- AP-Thiel I viewable area '::':'::0
Japan's Emperor CARTHAGE, Mo. (

ton.The Japanese dump steel week Those period.qualifying Thursday In. southwest Missouri city of Ii,- !Terms as low at $2.00 ''weeklyServing
sheet on the West Coast for as Meets FutureDaughterInLaw 000 never was a one.horse town.I

much as $40 a ton less than cluded: of by The Carthage Press recently PHONE MU 6-3333 Lakeland & Polk County for 40 Year*
House! Representatives, I
what 1 II charged to Japanese found more than 50 fancy hitching -
county: posts In the central part of WE SELL
Broward Richard L. Brown
By the third quarter of the city, left from the era when
Lauderdale 5.
of Fort Group
1963. more than 49 per cent of of TOKYO (AP) A petite 23- horse and mule were the chief
all the wire nails sold In this Monroe-Harry West. Knight yesr-old girl met her future In- means of local transportation. I G biseH

Key Polk-David B. Higginbottom laws today the emperor and The hitching posts were made a auto electric

of Frostproof, Group 3. empress of Japan-and passedthe of polished grey marble, a prod-I
of this and
test with flying colors. uct area designed
State by circuit: i
attorneys .
skilled crsftsmen. Most of
2th, State Any Frank Schaubof Despite a case of jitters, Ha- by -.-.."...- ". I
Bradenton. nako Tsugaru formally received them an in excellent condition.I 208 N. FLORIDA AVE. tslyye

U. S. representatives, by din the sanction of the Imperial The city fathers now proclaim I DOWNTOWN RjSy/P/ TV & APPLIANCE COMPANYSHOP
tract: family council to marry Prince, Carthage Is the hitching post

8th-Rep. D. R. (Billy) Matthews Yoshl, 28, third In line to the capital of the world. |1

Winn-Dixie of Gainesville, D-Fla. hrone
The fourth daughter of the

Sales Increase Minuteman Has former Count Yoshiiaka, whose 1
family once ruled northern Japan
JACKSONVILLE-An Increaseof Fourth SuccessCAPE Hanako was reportedly FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

chosen from 800
some possible
(.79 per cent in sale was recorded
AP candidates.
by Winn-Dixie Store dur
ing the four-week period ended.- An intercontinental range
Minuteman missile scored its, :.., ... 1 I
Feb. 8, compared with the cor '
I In four
fourth launching success INSURANCE
responding period a year ago.
daYI Thursday night In a flight JIRVICK
Sales volume for this period;
of more than 5,000 miles
totaled $69,292.873, comparedwith The Air Force said preliminary !- Lester tlpihaw,

$64,889,421 for the came period I' tracking pattern indicated lee ::.::=
In 1963, an increase of 4. MS a. T...... Aye Ph. U4.111*
all test objective* wen met
403.252.An __ .
increase was also noted

for the 32-week period ended

Feb. 8. Sales totaled 531051. ; t { rn d p rf t th M Ull4

742, compared to $506,927,942 for 4* # 'wkrt I
the corresponding period a year I t ': ieb -
ago, an Increase of 4.76 per cent. S' BROTHERS : i

Winn.Dixie now operates 623
retail unit and eight wholesale

units compared throughout with 601 the retail Southeast and I cool outlook for warm weather!

eight wholesale unit a year ago! :

american rive ria i /lr; ;;

Smith-Douglas I prints by melwine / ft' b 3f r

Sales Show ,, ,
Smith.Douglass Company re 14.98The

port net sales at 29727.966 for CEILINGS FROM@mstrong
the six months ending January '
::11, 1964, an Increase of $3,279.364 e.A.N,.CshlOdoNA lightly cool, chic fabric for worm w

over the first six months of fiscal ( weather fashion Dacron polyester/ '

Net year income 1963. for the period is cotton In charming prints for feminine flattery y C,

stated at 1628.493 or $1.49 per Exquisitely detailed, completely washable .

common share a* compared I.
and permanently pleated. A predomi ,
with $1,218,162 or $1.11 for like A

I period In the prior year nantly orange, or blue, 12-20, 12'/2-22'/2 .3. i r. f .

stockholders The report with was distributed the 35 cents to rwro.a.hwd.n.testate These unique delicate, d.corttlv.factl new Armstrong Callings created B predominantly blue or pink. 12.20,14'/2-' ( ;i } r

by dimensional plattic designs, They'r* '
20Vi. C predominantly blue or maize In o
per shan quarterly dividend on 4fr' something different in modern tailings.An

common stock payable on Feb txclusiv*. new process puts delicate raised half sizes only. 12'/2-22'/2.' \
20. A yy .A white on white plastIC designs right on I
a+f the ceiling surface. And these attractive .
lIOAL AOVI"TlIIiMINTNOTICII a+ 'M callings are unusually washable,too. They Maas" Midtown Shop L A.
OR INTINTION TO 'w1 don't crack, chip, or peel, tithert Something
MAKE APPLICATION FOR iL4 h else: It's easy to Install an Armstrong I

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moo of th* ..(.!. of HUOOTHIEL
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else my petition for final durbar
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4 Lakeland Area 111 Let's Play Bridge

s 1 l ( t .... TRUSCOTTNew
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Boy with( East
York bridge player recently king was probably
1 1 1 extended a warm welcome -Dummy was entered With the
{ l I .! to one of the most popularand diamond ace, and the heart
Four Lakeland area Boy TROOP 717 Joe Roger
successful in the the
: players covered with king
I Scout received Life Scout rank citizenship In the home, wood- world. He li Sam queen
tournament A low spade was con-
and Ice
|lin a court of honor last night.
working. my Kehela, who was nominated -tinued, and dummy' queen Won
1 e rte ll"Vt + They are Thomas Allen, Troop TROOP 781 Michael Romig by two leading authoritlei ai when Vest ducked Another
103 Donald Combee Troop 119; 1963.
; citizenship in the community the outstanding player of
and Gary Storch and Michael His numerous successes Included NORTH .
music, business. Donald Romig
Romig, Troop 789. the Life Master Men's QJ *
Star Scout rank went to citizenship In the community Pair championship and a second Q7 y
Charles Jernigan, Troop 119, and Duane Schaff, home repair. In the Spingold Masters AKJJMQ8 :
Paul Johnson, Troop 730. Gary Storch, personal fitness Team event. He was the coachof "*" I f
'y Scouts receiving First-Class the 1963 North American International WEST EAST
; y rank were: team AsK1072 lS

pl, Troop 116-Robert Newmeyer, Woods Opposes Kehela has a cosmopolitan v152 V K IIIQS7S
John C. Dockery and James background. Born In Baghdad In ass
Stephenson. Troop 704TommySelby 1934 and reared In India, he "4$5" "AAJ1I73SOUTH .
Eric Toothman, John Higher SpeedsAt studied economics at the University I.- (D)
4 ., + Adams and Barry Johnson of California, and subsequently A AJI4AJMI
I' Troop 706 Stephen Smith Highland lived In the West .
Troop 730-Chucky Llneberger CityCounty Indies and in England. Sioce .1 '
1957 he hat resided In Toronto, Kit
Second-Class rank went to: ; "*"
Commissioner Floyd Canada In the vulnerable.
Troop 116-Kenneth Dockery,' represented Both sides were
Woods of Medulla said World Team Olympiad In 1960,
Michael Fenn. Troop 119-Earl yesterday The bidding was:
Falrcloth, Albert Glass. Troop he will ask the board of as he will do again this year, South West North East
He is working for 2 Pas
1964. now
1. Pass
706 Thomas Hart Virgil N. County Commissioner to rescind -
the American Contract Bridge 2. Pats > "*" Pass
727 At-
Cykes. Troop Terry
resolution Mon.
a adopted
League here and may take up } N.T. Pass Pass Pas
Noah '
well. 730 Kilgore.
Troop 745 Bruce Elsenhart.day asking that the speed limit permanent residence in the city.Today's West led the club nine. t I I

Troop 789 Sandy Betz, Mike; on U.S. Highway 98 through hand was skillfully
z Bohanan. I Highland City be increased played by Kehela In a recent heart lead from dummy was
I s'Y Merit badges awarded at last'from Its present 35-mlle-an-hour practice match against the 1964 ducked to West' nine. I'
Y night's court of honor Included:' rate. United States Olympiad team. With nothing left but spade
TROOP 103 Thomas Allen, "When we adopted the resolution The choice of opening bid with and diamonds, West had to let
I citizenship In the community, I thought the request was the South hand Is a controversial South score an extra trick with
f landscaping. made by residents of that area," matter of ancient origin. Kehela, the diamond king or the spade
nw TROOP 106 Harvey Hardy, Woods said today, "but I have who plays a variation of the jack. This, In addition to two
1 music, nature, personal fitness found that this is not so. English Acol system, belongs to spades, four hearts, a diamondand
1 T citizenship In the nation, public "I also checked with the FlorIda ,the traditional school of thoughtthat a club, gave South nine
health, firemanship, home re Highway Patrol and found permits opening a four-card trick.
pairs. that the accident rate at the major suit. He bid spades firstin It was a slight anticlimax to
TROOP III John G. Dock intersection of Highway 98 and order to be able to show bothof find that In the other room 10
ery, fishing, markmanshlp, State Road S-540 is much high his suits In the natural or trick had been made without
I + plumbing, painting, citizenshipin er than at other intersections in der. Notice that North-South difficulty: the contract had been
\ r. .. the home, dog care, public the county followed the American style played by North Instead of
c health, stamp collecting, cycling, "In view of these facts, I am rather than the English in treat- South, and the lead of the club
: "' ... citizenship In the nation, personal going to ask the board to re- ing responded jump to three jack by East had given declarer
j fitness, home repairs pets icind It* resolution asking for a spades as forcing two sure club trick..
beef production, citizenship In high speed through Highland Club Length Placed
nnY the community, music, reading. City,,gnd. Instead, ask the state '
..v ; Gerard Veshosky, cooking, art. to Install a traffic control lightat : From the-openinglead of the $106,000' PledgedIn
club nine, the declarer was ableto
w Charles Barnhart, citizenship In the Intersection to help pre- '
; the home, citizenship In the com- vent accidents." place the club length with Methodist t I
East. It Is usual with this com:
munity. Larry Ross, art cook-
Ing. Nicky Polifrone, art, bas bination to let the opening lead Church's DriveThe
Mark Skokan, come around to South' king.
letry. citizenship I
Mobile X-Ray East has to duck, and the 1 t
in the home, home repairs, reading queen first phase of a capital
remains as a stopper against a
cooking personal funds Improvement drive at
in the Unit Will Visit later club lead from the East
citizenship community. College Heights Methodist I
TROOP 111 Donald Combee side.Kehela Church ended this week with
music, cooking, nature. Charles realized that he had subscriptions totaling $106,900
: : : : ;;' Jernigan, citizenship in the Haines City little chance of preventing West pledged to support the church'*
; community, citizenship in the gaining the lead, so he played
/ of Progress.
;; ; :: home. Charles Bingham, citizen- HAINES CITY-The Mobile dummy's club queen at once to
Charles P. Hamilton,
!!!,!::!::: : : .'::::: ; : ship in the community, citizen- X-Ray unit will be in Haines break the defensive communications Rev
51Iiilllll _A/11iilllllllii' 011IIIIIIIIDt'111111111111 ship in the home, farm records. City on Monday from 10 a.m. East wa forced to Pastor of College Heights, told
!!! !' II ! !!i l i !! TROOP 727 Steve Curk until 1 p.m and from 2 p.m win, and won the club third member last attending "this a dinner is
;; JII cooking. Paul Clark, cooking. until 4 p.m., the Health De- South ducked, and won the great meeting victory night for our church."a
B rue e Asbury, scholarship partment has announced. club lead on which West discarded "
Mark Steinberg, cooking Charles The unit will be In operationat the heart deuce. "This will give u* the thrust,
M c Nab b, scholarship Dan Avenue D and 11th Street. With a shortage of entries In he added "to move our program
Hodge, cooking, home repairs. The Mobile Unit will also be dummy, there was little prospect forward
100% PURE WINE PLEASURE TROOP 704 Marvin Llnsey, In Haines City on March 10 of using the diamond suit. I Frank N. Scott, general chairman *
home repairs, firemanship. at the Polk County Health The problem was to develop the of the "Program of Prog
Featured at your Favorite Food and Packag. Store TROOP 730 Paul Johnson Center from 1 p.m. until 3 major suits without allowing ress" just completed, said he
first aid. Larry Nichols, first p.m., and on March 24 from East into the lead and the heart was pleased with the >,overall
Distributed by. AliotloUd Dist,butin. C*., Uktl.nd. Ph. MU 6-185$ I
.. : ,aid. public speaking j 2pm. until 4pm. discard Indicated that the heart success. of the campaign.
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>rf High Schoolers Watch Doctors Work I

a By CECELIA LYNETr I In the two years since It was gram as a summer Iperiencel '2"h Hahnemann faculty wasVery

f + PHILADELPHIA (AP) Selected introduced the > program has after conducting' additional research cooperative" Salinity retails
school "The college -huncil: tc'
high puplli-both proved highly successful projects and Including
boy. and girl*-who.are consld i Typical of the participants' format classroom lectures. up the curriculum and practical:
Jy all the department heads par
ering medicine as a career, can reaction is the enthusiasm of ticlpated In the lecture"

watch doctors ,at work in operating Nancy Orlol 17, a senior at:Ribicoff Sees After completing two ''summers -
rooms and research labs Philadelphia High School fur pupils have been exposed
at Hahnemann, Medical Collegeand Girls Scranton As. to every subject medical stu ,
Hospital !..S. dents have in four years, Sating
The innovation Is the Idea of Expansion GOP Candidate sky said and they are taught
Dr. Victor P. Satindty who believes She finds that "having a superior by the medlcai school profes*
e (+ +rA k kM that "exposure for a career who talks to you as an PHILADELPHIA (AP-Sen. sore themselves,
choice should .bo at the equal is a great feeling You Abraham A, Ribicoff, D-Conn., -- ------"
high school level"-even if, in can disagree if you want to, and predicts that Pennsylvania's .
e )VA some cases, it involves watch sometimes yoq're even right!" Gov William W Scranton will .'INIIAINcl'' WNe'
Ing the birth of a babyProgram The program grew out of Sn get the Republican presidential RNl1.o '
tinsky's Saturday laboratory. nomination this fall, but "Presl. I
In Summer'The
volunteer project dent Johnson will beat Scrantonor ",AGENCY r
program for teen.agers Is The pupils would tome In Sat. any other Republican candl
offered at the college and hospital -urday mornings, help aroundthe date" fH, 612-4141
for 10 weeks each sum lab and learn to assist Sa Ribicoff spoke Thursday nightat
mer. Satlnsky is an associate tinsky In his research projectsat a founders' dinner for the fi$& ar.rw.n11M:
professor of research on heart Hahnemann. John F. Kennedy Memorial SSL1Mercury
,surgery- at the hospital. | He decided to expand tho pro: Peace Forest for the Holy Land ___:J'

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I' I Johnson Eases Criticism Of CriticsBy .II

JAMES MARLOW sent. We would not muzzle disagreement -North Vietnamese Reds? Was than Johnson's warning to those
Associated Press News Analyst ." he just thinking of the North unnamed people that they were

WASHINGTON (AP) President He also took t tough line last Vietnamese? Or was he hintingat "playing a dangerous game,"
Johnson, criticized for the week In a California speech a change In American policyin
way he criticized his critics, Is again without naming names Viet Nam and a much fiercer -
a little more restrained with when he struck at those responsible war perhape carried into Pastor 76 Give
them now And his foreign polIcy for the guerrilla war Communist territory?

little for less Southeast Asia. sounds a against the American-backed Immediately his words were Final SermonAt
government of South Viet Nam., interpreted by some as Indicating -
this month, after Republicans "Those engaged in external a tougher policy toward AuburndaleAUBURNDALE
had jumped on his foreign direction and supply," he said, North Viet Nan the beginningof
policy, Johnson made an "would do( well to remember American psychological, war- Sundaywill
off-the-cuff talk to some government fare against it. and even that
thAt this type of aggression is mark the final sermon for
employes He didn't men- ," U.S. reprisals might be in store
a deeply dangerous
tion Republicans game the Rev, Ira G. Howard, pastor
Then the Russians got Into the :
But he hit at his critics Much Left Unsaid act with a warning to this coun- of the First Pesbyterlan :
as "alarmists and people who Several things were left unclear extend the Church of Auburndale The
try not to guerrillawar The special look feel ride of a great road car
t like to Jump on their government Was he aiming at the Into Red territory. In such Rev Mr Howard resigned ,
"much." of He called them at Chinese Reds for help given the a case, they said, they would earlier this month to accepta and a championship record to back it up .
a problem as our ,
,help the North Vietnamese call at Fort Lauderdale, effective .
r other enemies" and said "God Muskingum And, If they did It might heal Tuesday. Take a look at Mercury: trim, lithe, elegant Get the feel of Mercury: solid, substantial. Try Mercury'iride !
forgive them for they know tint '
what they do" their split with Red China The Rev. Mr, Howard, who : quiet, iteady, easy handling. Mercury was specially designed to be a great road car. There's up

Bad Reaction Received Alumni To Meet that But this It quickly administration began to appear didn't has served here since 1957, will to 319 pounds more heft than other medium-price cars-::there's'more muscle, in the front and in the ';

He described them as "belly- Muskingum College alumni have any new policy on Viet work with the PresbyterianBoard engine. This is one of the big reasons for Mercury's long string of wins in its class-from Daytona to Pikes
achers" and told his listeners will meet at the Cadet Restaurant -Nam for it created a committee of National Missions In Peak-wherever competition-modified cars meet Take a look at a winner-at your Mercury dealer's! ,
"we are a much beloved people for a 1 o'clock luncheon this week to examine the Ft. Lauderdale He and his
throughout the world He gota Saturday, problem and Defense Secretary family plan to move there immediately Drive a Winner-at the "Home of Champions"-Your Mercury Dealers
bad reaction, particularly for Clancy Biegler director of Robert S. McNamara I Is going w
bracketing his entice with our alumni affairs, will fly down there to examine it close-up. In addition to his duties as LINCOLN MERCURY DIVISION (t i I MOTO COMPANY
other enemies." from New Concord, Ohio, to be And Thursday Secretary of pastor while in Auburndale
The President took a much the main speaker. Notices have State Dean Rusk at a news conference the Rev Mr. Howard has CLAUDE JENKINSLINCOLNMERCURY
different line Thursday night in been mailed to all Muskingumtes dumped cold water on served as president of the Au
a speech to Democrats in Miami known to be in the area. any idea of invading North Viet burndale Ministerial Association
when he said "to those who All alumni and friends are Nam now He said any questionof the Auburndale Youth INC.
cry havoc and shout for war asked to make reservations by carrying the war Into Red Council, Rotary Club secre-
we must give understanding. calling Mrs. J. E, Hutchman at territory 'is for the future" tary and president of the 941 E., Main St. Lokelond, Flo. Phone 682-6151
We have always welcomed dis ,682-6062. | This sounded much milder Round Table
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R LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, Feb 28, 1MI .. t,;, '

I Not All Women ApproveSen. : We Eher: tQf :;:::;: cr.:

: Smith For PresidentWASHINGTON i

i (AP) The who looks back fondly on the Temperatures In Florida And AroundltThe Nation

battle of the sexes appears to good old days when women ......... 29MplsSt 23
weren't even allowed to cast a Station H. I.. Charleston ......... SI
stop somewhere short of the ............ 31 28 Paul ...... 37 17
ballot much less have their Miami ............. 81 72 Chicago
...... S3 48
White House door, for the Cincinnati .......... 37 21 New Orleans
r names on one. Jacksonville ....... 56 53 ......... 35 27
j L p ,,1 women of the Indicate Cleveland .......... 22 10 New York
}}y country And that theme was In a Key West .......... 78 70 Denver ............. 29 11 Omaha ............. 41 17
they are not solidly united behind Buffalo, N.Y
sharp note from a LAKELAND ....... 71 57 Des Moines ........ 41 14 Philadelphia ....... 35 20
I Sen. Margaret Chase male who remarked: Ocala .............. 58 51 Detroit ............. 28 21 Pittsburgh ......... 26 09 J'. (>
Smith's bid for the presidency "The day women got the vote Orlando ............ 71 62 Fairbanks ......... 35 16 St. Louis........... 46 28 t
,I At least that's the Indication that day the countr;' went to Pensacola .......... 56 51 Fort Worth ........ 55 33 San Francisco ...... 58 49 ;J
if you count the women writing hell" Sarasota ........... 79 66 Honolulu ........... 80 69 Seattle ............. 52 39 I
letters to the Maine Republican. Tallahassee ........ II 49 Indianapolis ........ 34 20 Washington ........ 40 28
Announcing Tampa ............. 75 68 Juneau ............ 39 33 BAROMETERW I
TallahasseeHas Palm Beach ..., 82 71 Kansas City ....... 47 31 .'
The First Most Favorable Los Angeles ........ 67Memphis 47 7 a.m. 29 77 t
I Generally the letters that 5-Inch Boston ............. 32 19 ........... 50 32 1 p.m. Thursday, 29 95 Ie

AnnualPROGRESS have poured Into her office I
since she tossed her bonnet Into RainfallBy .e '
the GOP presidential nomination a : J
I ring are r.vorablabout A/ I
96 per cent, her office esti THE ASSOCIATED PRESS x f
I mates. Rain 'and snow hit eastern t I
I And some are triumphantly sections of the nation today aft
favor-ble. such as the letter er heavy rams doused areai In t
l EDITION from a Granada Hills, Calif.. the Southeast but generally dry, Z9 \ \ (
weather prevailed in most other
woman who wrote: e u t
) e M
"A lady In the White House? regions.Low ]
clouds and fog blanketedthe
To Be Published By The I Yes. Five million women In northeast Gulf In the wakeof 1 1f
Washington could not have
I the rain that swept the areas

k I LAKELAND( LEDGER hive made today.a worse" mess than we Thursday East Coast and Heaviest spread rainfall to the t (I

I And many of the men, some was In Tallahassee, Fla., with
I ; ti Saturday, March 28thIT'S probably accustomed to the Idea five Inches during an 18-hour w
,of a woman ruling the roost period r
,are all for a "madam presi .;, i if
.: V" < TIME WE TOLD dent. Kentucky Gets Snow '1 AR t I

I Then there Is always the man As the storm moved northward f3s
..;. > THE WORLD ABOUT I snow fell In parts of Kentucky 1WMe..l=: =e* m a
; BOAT TOWED IN and rain and snow hit e. elaeaea sle.as.rrlae I.i.. ... I r
I WINTER HAVEN Winter southern Virginia. Fairly heavy .aa.ewesr. aaraeoaee. a. i ,9 f
Tjk! : POLK COUNTY'SDECISION Haven firemen were called to snow was Indicated In the south e- :
Lake Elbert yesterday to tow ern Appalachians with light ...
Iin a small fishing boat which snow and rain In prospect along -, (
/f had broken loose from shore)the entire East Coast .......0-wow0., (
TO during a squall. The owner Only other wet spots were
t I..: of the boat was not known Immediately the northern and central Plains A low prtltur. .!.. moved Into neith Florid durlrif th. night, dropping up f* fi.. Inches 1In
/ and the Upper Great Lakes region erne root.. Th. weather ivitem wet ..p..... to move out ,Into the Atlantic' by noon Ida,. I
I with light snow or snow Clear weother wet forecott for tomorrow. Ram end mow hit .....,.. ....ioll, .f trio country CA'Wlrephotol t
ft"N GO AHEAD flurries. Fair or partly cloudy
/Iwuesart aueo skies were reported in other I
of the nation.

,,J, jiji i J. I Send Copies of The HERIUONpAGENCY 'r parts Coldest weather below was In temperatures New- Weathercast l 4 ,. I 1;
England with zero -
4 r "' ::::,,,,, DECADE FOR DECISION J09 S. TENNESSEE I ranging to 13 below Clearing skies and cooler ,I -.t. B
In Old Town, Maine. It weather this afternoon will be :
zero I I1
Progress Edition 611..141 ;:)
.. .
...._ was 10 below zero In Mont- followed by slow clearing and "- .. .
To Your Friends. $ al.rlae tln. peher Vt, and Lebanon, N.H. colder weather tonight, with tomorrow ': -\ .--
let's "Brog-A-Linl." About. Polk. ...nn...,..a c.. J 6i Readings were near zero In to be fair and cool, FLORIDA ZONE FORECASTB '-' \
parts of Upstate New York.NOW weathermen said today. -=
.e I Sunday will be fair and mild : Clearing late today and ::
EACHCOPY they said. tonight. Fair Saturday. Cooler :-1" \1- I
tonight with a low of 35 to 49 ;:
Winds tonight and tomorrowwill '
I III'V"s .
I be northwesterly at 10 to CoD: Clearing late today and F Yo
Fair Cooler E
ENCLOSED tonight. Saturday
15 miles an
tonight with a low of 35 to 45, ._....
Mall' or Bring This/ Coupon To IN A The maximum temperaturehere ;!\ t,
49 J yesterday was 73 degrees, E-F-G:: Clearing late today -lr
1 THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER ) the minimum this morning was and. tonight. Mostly fair Saturday '
57 degrees, and 04 of an inch Cooler tonight and Saturday I
P. O. BOX 408 IG of ram fell at the city hall Low tonight 45 to 55. South. H..
weather station In the 24.hour erly winds 15 to 25 miles per
Corner of Missouri & Lime : .
Lakeland, Florida C period that ended at 7 o'clockthis hour shifting to northerly. wra, 1 I
2 5 morning. HI: Partly cloudy through
Enclose 25c each for single rJlIi1 Saturday. Turning cooler tonight ." bt4y '
copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. ; and Saturday. Low tonight 55 to .
; U. S. Spending 65.
EACH. OR Et Florida Five Day Forecast
MAILED FREE J: Partly cloudy through Saturday
Temperatures average
for Climbs In 63 turning cooler tonight and
Anywhere in the U.S. or Canada Saturday. Low tonight 65 to 65. around five degrees below normal .
I WASHINGTON (AP-Amerl- K1: Partly cloudy through Sat- for the five day period start
{ M am enclosing $. . 5 cans raised their spending for urday. Turning a little cooler tonight ing at 7 p. m. tonight and endingat
;l4 Please Mail the Decade for Decision goods and services by an aver- and Saturday. Low tonight 7 p. m. Wednesday. Normal
Progress Edition To I FOR DRIVING I age of $94 per person in 1963 in the sixties. and low for
and this added up to $177 bil A: Partly cloudy tonight and high temperatures
FOR lion the Commerce Department Saturday. Cooler tonight with a this time of year range from 70
said Thursday. low of 38 to 44. to 47 at Tallahassee: 74 to 53 at
NAMI The $17.7 billion, a 5 per cent Orlando, and 79 to 60 at Miami.
ti :, SEAT COVERS $1495FREE increase over 1962. was equal to New York maintains 2,600 The forecast calls for some widely -
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Mrs. John H.. Caldwell Has Soft 7r&m % AT THE CHURCHESFIRST I

ASSEMBLY OF GOD ,. ,:" 'Il."

The Rev. and Mrt. Henry

Manner And Strong ConvictionsBy A. Swain will be featured at

=-LAKELAND LEDG i Friday. Feb 29. 116.-- the T p.m. service Sunday at
u u First Assembly of God The

LUCIA MYERS Swain Family will soon go to

Olin $Jww Old? Korea where they will serve

missionaries for five
With the immediate Inspiration of sunsets ." af years.
The Rev. Mr. Swain will
over Lake Bonny and from her longtime Interest 1
:'. Handled Brush
,. Long show a film and slides of a
In religion travel and literature Mrs v
recent revival In Korea.
John H. Caldwell is preparing for a double They will leave the States on
Back WellBy
Its Will Scrub
book review at the Sorosia Club on Thursday Sept I 1. e

In her Florida (room at 51) Lake Bonny UNITARlAN.UNIVERSAUSTHubert .y

Drive she gazed out at her favorite view JOSEPHINE LOWMANQ. A. You can shave it or usea Wright, retired Unitarian

and described how she arrived at her choiceof depilatory wax or tweezersor minister and college

two books to pack Into one hour that 1 "I have blackheads and have electrolysis. Electrolysis teacher will speak on "A

morning from 10 to 11. The program will be J pimples on my back." What Is the only permanent Liberal Faith" at the 10 a.m.
should I do for them?
at the Somali Clubhouse on Lake Morton. method of removal.Q. service Sunday at Lake Region

With the book review open to Lakeland A. The middle of the back I.a Is "When you read this letter Unitarian Unlversallst !
difficult to reach. You '
people and tourists she gave herself the chal. spot you may think that my Fellowship.

lenge to divide the hour Into fiction and nonfiction have perhaps neglected It problem Is a carbon copy of WESTMINSTER p .
when taking your baths. Black. others but it Isn't. I am almost PRESBYTERIAN
and to bring not merely entertainmentbut
heads prosper In oily areas of 9 feet 8 Inches tall. I Westminster Presbyterian

thoughtcontent.She the skin. Ask someone to wash have a very slim waist, slender Church-' Sunday school will 1
will review the book "American Women your back for you daily, using
hips and thin calves Yet have a convocation Sunday at THE REV. AND MRS. HENRY SWAIN
the report of the President's Commission a clean wash cloth and lots of
my thighs are extremely 9:30: a.m. In the educational and children Karen and Lorne.
on the Status of Women. She will describe F soap suds or, buy a long-haned heavy I know that you have building with all classes partlctpatmg .

three feminine characters woman born In { bath brush and do It given exercises for these but A part of the 30- -

1900 a girl who wu born in 1944 and a baby yourself. There are soaps could you give me a very easy minute program will be devoted the charter for Boy Scouts of el. Members are bring

born in 1964 showing what each can expect which dermatologists recommend one to do?" to the "One Great Hourof America Troop 728 at ceremonies their son or snoth. bay as

from life in the United States with stress on as especially good. If A. Lie on the floor on your Sharing" emphasis tonight at 7:30 o'clockin his gueit.

opportunities for health, education work lon you would like to have the back with your knees bent CHAPEL IN THE GROVE the fellowship hall on behalf BAPTIST CHURCHES

gevity. names of some of them send a and your feet fairly close to The Rev. .Harold E. Hyde of the sponsors the Christian LAKE WALEs-A group of

Chooses New Novel stamped self-addressed envelope your hips. Your arms rest on Jr. will begin his ministry at Men'a Fellowship George Seminole Indians will visit the

with your request to me floor sides. Lift the Presbyterian Chapel In Belt Jr. Is scoutmaster and First Central Avenue Golf-
For the fiction she has chosen a new novel MRS. JOHN II. CALDWELL the at your
In of
"The Big Man" by Henry J, Taylor;newspaperman care The Ledger. your heels from the floor (far the Grove on Sunday. He Ricky Bert and Eddie Orren view and Waverly Baptist
Q. "I have sort of wavy from the floor and roll came to Lakeland from Nor patrol leaders Churches Sunday. They will
and diplomat the story of a young politician today. She has gilded them and lied them away )
and would like to have and at each
hair side folk Va., where he served as speak sing
from to side slapping
who to the together to make a striking design againstthe
aspires Presidency wooden straight hair. Is there any wayI your thigh at the end of each assistant pastor of First Presbyterian The CYF and Chi Rho youth church. They will be supper
Mrs. Caldwell's enthusiasm for telling women door. can straighten It at home?" Church. The Rev. groups will meet with the guests at First Baptist where

about their undiscovered potentials for On her trip to the Holy Land she climbedthe A. I know of no way. However roll.I have received letter Mr. and Mrs. Hyde and their sponsors Mrs Darrell Joa- the Sunbeams World Friends,

growth and service glowed in her blue eyes, Via Dolorosa the path which Jesus trod most girls would envy a daughter will reside at the chim and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Girls' Auxiliary and Royal
as she talked. With her blonde and to the cross. She was in a group of American which says: 6 at Ambassadors will be their
coloring you. 1 think that you are feel- church manse 2216 CoventryAve. Dillon Sunday at pm.
the delicate hues of her suit and slippers she tourists climbing together and holding handsto Ing this way because today's She's Happy the church. At 7. the first of hosts at S p.m. In the social

conveyed a softness of manner. But her Ideas form a chain. At the end, one woman remarked smart hairdo Is not curly. If "I am doing fine with the FIRST CHRISTIAN a series of three Sunday night hour. The Indians will par

came out with vigorous emphasis that It was sad to go back to their you will use very large rollers exercises for my legs. When (Disciple of Christ) studies will begin in the fel tlclpate In the 7:45: p.m. serve

"H'a not good enough to be a do-gooder differences, after having had this experienceof when setting your hair I started my legs were about Vernon Orren will receive lowship hall. ice.

unless you're well Informed and understand unity you will achieve a straight- three Inches apart midway between

the situation In which you're trying to help." "Have you never heard of the United Church haired appearance. my hips and my knees.I d'2 JtdJJnaLLMr. The Rev. Mr Joachim will

she said Women?" Mrs. Caldwell asked her. Recipe For BleachQ. looked as though I had bow- begin a series of pastor's

Mrs. Caldwell now holds.a state office in legged thighs! I am so happy classes Sunday at 10 a.m. in
"Women are living longer. They have more the United Church Women of Florida chairman "Sometime ago you I Now they are almost per. and Mrs. G. Sam Bar his study for juniors and intermediates
leisure for bleach
after the a
their recipe "
children tholomew
are reared. Every fect. Thank you. are now making interested in un-
of Christian social relations.
woman has the problem to make the most of facial hair in your column. I This condition is not unusual their home In Eau Gallic derstanding church membership
that extra time that is In every room her home holds pictures and neglected to cut it out. Will you has DrugStores
given to her. Will she and harasses many women where Mr. Bartholomew and the meaning of a
art from her travels In America and "
use it to continue growing and studying to objects repeat it, please? most often underweight wom been appointed assistant cashier Christian life Classes will be
abroad. On her she has
serve her country and her community and trips a special way of A. Peroxide Itself Is mildly en. Bony structure weight of the Harbor City National held for five sessions /erre/rjr/ Dept. Specie
her church?" penetrating to the life of a strange large city. bleaching. Add four drops of and muscles all'play a part.I Bank. Mrs Bartholomew FIRST BAPTIST

Setting Good Example "I visit the stock exchange because of myhu.band' household ammonia to three have found that it Is extremely Is the former Martha Barnes Robert W. Galbraith associated 1M'L.y.Aw.ya ANnNs A
interest In It. I go to the law courts tablespoons of peroxide. Pat If woman daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs Caldwell herself Is a good example.She helpful a In the Florida Baptist
in memory of my father who was a judge this with cotton and let It Ward L. Barnes of 714 ..
taught history in a Kansas City high school. on who has this figure problemwill Tropical Brotherhood department In Sao* *no half mitt Mdamud
.... ... ,
to a church In memory of my mother and to Do not it too close to Lakeland. The Bar. .wr dart
After she married a grain broker she went to dry. put form this habit. Way charge of Royal Ambassador Tan' .far. fnanav.back .u....._
live in St. Louis where she kept on readingand a school for myself! she said the eyes and stuff cotton In This Is really an exerciseyou tholomews have two daughters work will speak to the Broth ro.frao",.flotorlaaa) ..* .>... WDIAMOND ...

studying. Ten years ago her husband died. ft *' your nostrils because of the can do many times a day Leslie and Susan. President erhood of First Baptist Church

Since she moved to Lakeland about five fumes If your skin Is dry without losing any time and of the Harbor City National Monday. The meeting will F::" -
years follow this with a cream. others know Bank is Wendell Col-
ago she has written a book kept on serving Anne Flies HomeAnne without having start at 6:13: p.m. with a din
the For bleaching hair on the that you are exercising. Whenever son, who formerly headed a ner in the church fellowshiphall. "
organizations to which she had herself
Huston flew down from Chicago to legs and arms use six table- standing pull your legs Lakeland bank. Mr. Bartholomew The program will be
through the and has fulfilled
years for Christian many spend this week at home-her first visit since spoons of peroxide and one- together or as close together Is a graduate of Florida held in the D. H. .Sloan I chap-_ tA
speaking engagements (Disciplesof half teaspoon of ammonia. as possible. Try to make Southern College and was employed _
she became a stewardess for United Airlines
Christ churches in Florida. This winter
Many Ways your Inner thigh lines touch. by a Lakeland bank
she has spoken from the pulpit at morning last fall. Q "How can I get rid of superfluous Hold until weary. Relax and before his appointment to his CHRIST LUTHERAN

services in churches In Jacksonville, Fort Her father M. J. Huston Is recuperating at hair?" repeat. Over a period of time present position.

Lauderdale West Palm Beach and several their home on Bartow Road after a hospital this will make a difference. CHURCH

other cities. stay. Her brother Dale who Is an engineering The following exercise Is one Luncheon Meet (Miuourl Synod

Last year women of her denomination In student at Georgia Tech came for the week. Lakeland this reader did regularly. Temporarily mealing InN

the United States and Canada studied the book end. Try This | I Is ScheduledLakeland Lokdond Elementary SchoolW.

which she wrote for them "Paul's Roman Anne is based near Chicago and most of left alumnae chapterof Robson .OLIUIRE
Polk Lie the floor on
her flights are to New York and Washington.After County on your Alpha XI Delta will have a .
Sandals based on the Biblical books of 1 Side with your body In a Sunday school 9:15 a.m. :,Kij"iff.1 090
and II Timothy. Her book la concerned with a training period she felt at home In the straight line from your headto luncheon meeting tomorrow at Divine' Worship 10:30: a.m, MtlU.I' hi .MTO
air. She has solved of the Date Book1I noon at Strollo's Restaurant or M U .
now one manor
this challenge: "As Paul went forth to witness toes. Rest your headon ......Wlw1..M
m the Roman Empire his heirs are to witness problems: she has taken up the knitting of your your left arm and place Officers will be elected and Rev. W. J. Synatschk,

wherever they find themselves today." sweaters and jackets to beguile the hours spentin TDDA" your right hand on the floor the chapter's local philan PaterTelephone 1 Carat of Diamonds
thropic will be dis
Sandals Displayed waiting at airports. LOYAL 0.0111 OP MOO. R.m. In front of you for balance. project 41..1175j
She has given away her last copy of tho Anne whose soaring soprano solos precededher Drl.MOW.. l/ocua Cut it Parker Swing your top or right leg cussed. ". '

book but on the door of her study there flights has been Invited to sing at the UtKILANO ronrlovo COMMMDIIV al' 1.JU sn II, Full NT.toaular backwards and place your .um.nN whtto ar .M al> 1991'whtto

hangs a symbol of it a pair of sandals like Easter service at a church In Hlnsdale! III, form optnlniCOUNTRY right foot on the floor. Keep eaau."wdnLM

the ones which are worn In the Holy Land where she visits relatives tnnrad CLUB olrfl IITHTII dinner' "itp oCIATION e.- your right leg In this positionas tt\tI\ :; \t, :'r--: MM 01 valut .otillo' (hay tail

r --- m :i and Eb' holt view will .r olio tar/*, you raise your left leg up- ,'" ; I ... .
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a.mra / NtMI M

Women Of Southside Mrs. AdamsIs k.. aovorod unit wry. ward (not forward left) as leg far Con as .mew.......M.M H.I_r.Mh.,......W.IM.m.... H......
TNaatR Lower .
a.ossow.' .. .ATU. Color you can. .,...., Olaao' end orir MhoLedlei
I i m civic Cantor TKMlrr '; .
fllm-lrrtura from Uia Ooein U Hit tinue lifting and lowering. t 'Y: 'to I
App.l.rhl,.n;," nirritod br frontier Turn right side r,\ ., Men's
Plan Week Of Prayerday Bride Of W B Trrr.ll. undrr the ..- your ;
iplm of Ilka Nation Audubon Bond Swing your left leg backward "
left foot on '
at 10 .m. in the chapel. IATU5 DAY place your i L.dI 'roM ........ wills'
Women of Southside Baptist a R. G. Stewart the floor. Raise your right leg I m...h''.. .......... ...... /IIIw.
Church will observe a week of Mrs. McClanahan will be assisted "A..IL..O Junior ART In pYMI.OUILO..nourrart wear color up and down until weary. Keep ...l.., w> ..,.*//. old lOP.
In presenting the WlnUfrfd d .. w. ...... ...........
prayer for borne missions and program Mrs Gladys Hagan 214 and, I..:ell./.d I: : -to':; Wllaon Mia I Inuuetara both knees as straight as pos ,....1.... del. ,u.leiM i.RRm.l.hln.
E. Clutts .
by Mrs. R. Adult' MlnUni .1... from ..ible.If NN./tN bade
the Annie Armstrong Offering Mrs L. Bergeron and Mrs R. Miami St.. has announced the 3 ,to pm liulaIksAMpsis ,
in !t rnrtor. 'ill would like to have my
marriage of her daughter THfOtOPMICAL OCHTY, 710: you tl Values
Sunday through Sunday, Wilcoxan. A duet "Speak. My usual 1 1497
84J1 Wfbor HI ThoM In- exercises for
Mrs. Frances Jeanette Adams, t.r..t.d. To 35.75
Lord will be presented by mil attend mntlni send
March 8. to Robert Gerald Stewart son tit* iMidlna, library, defects In leg contour, a
Mrs. L M. Mobley and Mrs IOWA riCNie. noon .! Munnlla self-addressed envelope -
Mrs. H. B. McCIanahsn, of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stew ulldinf tlvla Cantor Oofla furiu.hMl stamped K,
McClanahan.On .
Brim oo red dun and kWhurrln for
home missions chairman announced art of Lake City. with your request I Ladies' 2-DIamond
Tuesday morning at 10 "Take Steps Toward Lovely
that the week's themeIs o'clock. Mrs. W. E. Arnold The Rev. Angus McClellandof Legs" to Josephine LowmanIn Gruen Waltham

"In Freedom's Holy Light" will present the program "We Mulberry performed the Bond Patrons Set care of The Ledger. kn"t or Elgin

and the offering goal is $900. Proclaim Life" in the church double ring ceremony Feb. 21
chapel. She will be assisted by at the home of the bride's Fish Fry Tomorrow .4#; t* )lawol' .. aftoVAAall.
She will present a program Mrs L. M. Combs Mrs. Herbert brnther-In-law and sister Mr. LUTHERAN CHURCHES mnm.ahlnIf. E 'If/ I 111 VV

"We Proclaim Christ" Mon Casebier and Mrs. J. B. and Mrs J, R. Collier of Gab AUBURNDALE A public MISSOURI SYNOD .Ian Iraaalat... f g .
u ''u.
sonla. Music was presented by fish fry Is planned by the Au-
Ballard. The Rev. Harry Crosby Church
Christ Lutheran
Miss Barbara Collier. burndale High School Band

tBiJdJlL The will sing a solo."We Proclaim The bride was given In mar Patrons Association tomorrow Tampororlly mating in N. t ,% Men's 11-l. Autowlnd

program riage by Mr. Collier She wore from 5 until 7 p m In the city Lohtlond tlominlory. School .
Love will be presented by W. Robion St. GRUEN or WALTHAM
dress fashioned
an aqua organza park.
Arnold Thursday at 10 I
LAKELAND Mrs. with the with a white lace bodice Both the junior and senior 9:15: a.m. Sunday School r 1 I Sflrcr.rrft OQ66
the chapel
HOSPITAL a.m. in and carried a white Bible topped bands will play during the Divine ..... aoto*.
GENERAL 10:30 Worship
Rev. Mr. Crosby as speaker with white and a.m. ,, ...... V.,_ II* JLI .
carnations announced
Is event was too ITS.** !,...
theme for Friday .
Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Jackson greenery r J Jw

Bartow son Feb. 26. "We Proclaim Victory. The Mrs. Robert Boehm was the St. Paul Lutheran Church '
Mr. and Mrs. Marion M. chapel will be open rlde'. only attendant. She First E.U.B. 3020 S. Florida Ave.

Rybmskl. 1010 Atlantic Road a.m until noon for prayer and wore a yellow dacron street- Church 8:30 '.m. A 11:00 a.m. SOAf..tt: 1097
meditation. length dress and carried yellow ml"kanarlao
son. Feb. 26. NT1.
Worship I .
o1 llvo mars.RECORDING L
1120 Cl v.l
carnations. Mr. Boehm i Hfft.
D. Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Buck 9:45 a.m. Sunday School -
Route 1, daughter Feb. 28. was best man. Sunday. Sehaol Mforokl

Mr. and Mrs. William S. I Religious Groups' Mrs. Stewart is employedIn 0. the bookkeeping departmentat
Allred 4745 Melody Lane son Calendar isle .,.1.. ....... "This Is the life" .
Feb. 26. Meeting Inc.Wellman. and her Lord husband Engineering Is an M..w_ sane, wN. r'N ...... The Lutheran Hour ."t'.::i.,--:2; :" far 100 1

To.avCNRIaf .engineer. _a.t.Cape Kennedy. EVERYBODY WANTS 'EM Ir..r.lun8TRANSISTOR
Tom Morrison
Mr. and Mrs. tUTHIRAM Lon""n Mnr.trra .
cf North Miami Beach are the al 1 30 P m at North LokelanSlamouMrir .
parents of a son John Andrew tchool.SATURDAY. BLEEDING MADRAS /* TVJIJV
born Feb. 17. Mrs. Morrison is C M H I S T LUTMHAN. WalthFr FRIDAY NIGHT and SATURDAY ONLY
the former Miss Patsy Champ- ..,,. aoclal It IUCO Prk at 7 .to

ney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. *'rAITM, POOL CMUliTIAN., I' prir.rm PARKAS
otln O UJ wIU1 Pull Oo prlftuaUioaa
N. Champney of Ridge Urn"I alf III rMlonal nrouini .


Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Edgar UNITY

Watson Jr. of Jacksonville are CHRIST CHURCH COLOR ONLY We sailed all the way to India to find the right

the Edgar parents Watson of HI.a son born Samuel there c.u.0....'.<.N... .........NO.. ...,.*.W......'." bleeding cotton madras for our parka. Then we hod

Feb. 25 at Baptist Memorial Sunday Devotional II A.M it mad up with a hood, a zippered pouch and

Hospital. Grandparents of the THE CHRIST Sub ace CHURCH: C drawstring bottom to keep out gales. Sizes S, M L

Infant are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tu.**.* ..... Clara Reg. 79 Yd. 4
Stocksrd 625 Hawthorne 421 I E. Pork at Succttl
Trail and Dr. and Mrs. Sam Sunday School Meets 'yd.EXCELLENT OPEN TONITE

uel Edgar Watson 926 S. Success at 214 S. Iowa 'TIL 9 P.M.


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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday: Feb 28. IN4I 11
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Approval DeferredThe ?.B' i .QS '0 S 'fNMSlj

board of trustee of the members and that more than } :I.! .I"'f

Lakeland General Hospital last 400 presently are actively engaged .
night deferred final approvalof in work tt the hospital --w.a.aj '

the preliminary architectural She said that last month aux.

plant for a (2.3 million lusty members worked more J I STOCK MARKET FLASHES
addition than :3.000 total hours at the

A. R. Surlei Jr., chairman munlclpalln.titutlon. ..
of the board said that he expected In other actions, the board:
AP-The stock
( Chrysler rose Ito 42H on Crown Cork was unchanged at
that the trustees would Act Changes Asked market was narrowly mixed In 2,000 shares 30 on 1,200 shares
consider of the
approval plans at their meet.preliminary Agreed to seek a joint din moderately active trading at the Standard Oil of New Jersey Among loser., International

Ing in March.Modification. ner meeting with the city opening today. was unchanged at 81% to 2,900 Telephone dipped 14 to 53% on
commission on March 18 to ? shares 1,200 shares and General Dynamics
of certain parts discuss matters of mutual Interest. rri Changes of most key stocks United Air Lines fell *{ to 55 lost 4 at SO'',, on 1,000
of the
preliminary plans was # were small on 1,500 shares shares

of voted the at trustees.Warren the monthly. meeting Agreed to recommend to the L jlt a I th Opening blocks Included General U.S. Steel opened on 6,000 Unchanged were International

city commission changes in Electric off % at 854 on shares, off % at 54%. Harvester at 67% on 1,500 shares
Smith architect associated the legislative hospital board 2,000 shares: Glen Alden upat Vt Kennecott also lost trad- and Ford at 54 on 2500.

with Wellman-Lord enabling act that would permit 14 on 2,200, and Pennsylvania ing at 81% on 1,200 shares. Yesterday the AssociatedPress
Engineering, of Lakeland, said Railroad off % It 33 Son Aircraft at
any citizen of Lakeland, Douglas gained % average of 60 stocks declined
that modified plans call for a Including doctors, to serve on 2,500. 24% on 1,500 shares.4&IHING 1.0 to 296.8.
wing about three feet longer the
truatee board.
than originally anticipated BLUE
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Trustees agreed with Smith's Agreed also to recommendto

recommendation that the board the commission a changein

proceed with plans for the permit the enabling trustees act to serve that would three CHIEF CHAPERON NAMED.. IV I"'ND-R. Murphy, right seated chief dioptre, for tho $; A u.giT'5 rooT

construction of a cooling towerto consecutive three-year terms L.,4! $..I., HIGh School lejnj'i trio to the Cherry llottom ,..tI..1 In W.ihlnjron, 100. rolt LUCK SfFOIZE 'UYfNc;

serve the air conditioning The law presently prescribestwo e..., picas tor Hi* trio with, from the left, Woltcr lowing .. the lend Ferontt AiralwMonf Robert A TOC" 1 ic 'Lici'A SILLY/
unit In the new hospital wing.
Smith said that the cooling consecutive three-year Siestas, .oondmoiUr. ; one1 Merrii Zippier, rt"c/.I.! of Lekelend. Senior High School. (Ledger Photo SUPERSTITION, PI6EOM.: .

tower could be tied In with terms. ., Harper)
the air Voted to write off $23.412 In
hospital's present con-
and that accounts which the hospital Band
ditioning system, It

f would about provide 40 additional the equivalentof tons of Trustees has been were unable told to that collect.the McCoy To Seek Board Trip I 'ja' -'

air conditioning. delinquent accounts represent Chaperons
52 per cent of out-of-Lakeland
The architect cold that reducing patients. Seat At Jan-Phyl !
floor Selected
the first- overhang

from six to four feet, as favored

by the trustees' build WINTER HAVEN Irving Tuesday. The terms of George Fifteen chaperon. have LATH STOCKS *

ing and. grounds committee LangfordTo 1. McCoy a semi retired Thornhill William Bowser and been selected
would not materially affect the housepainter has become the Mr. Phyllis Holt have expired. to accompany

appearance of the new wing. Address first candidate to qualify for Non of the three has Indicated the Lakeland High School The I
Band InvestorBy
on Its trip to Washington Daily
The board split 4-4 on approving Tuesday's commission electionin any wish to seek re-elec in April to participate in
a budget provision of Jsn Phyi .Village. tion. the National Cherry Blossom Quererieni }u oM If
$4,200 for the employment of Engineers McCoy served as chief of the Nominations for the seats Festival.

a full-time director of volunteers len Phyl volunteer fire department are still open. Auy resident of Included among those cho- WIWAM A. DOYLE you have borrowed in order to

Surles cast the tie- Richard H. Langford agricultural for three years He the subdivision who has paid sen were: chief chaperon AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE Q. In your detailed explan make your short sale, has every
breaking vote in favor of the consultant from Bar- has lived In the Winter Haven fire' protection dues Is automatically Raymond Murphey and his lion of "selling against the right in the world to demand

motion tow will address the Florida area for the past 15 years. a member of the wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Feb. 28. 1&64 box" you wrote that the Idea that you return the
Mrs. Alan Limber the retiring Section of the American Three seats on the commission Public Safety Association of Is shares. If he does so mu.tdeliver
Institute Anderson Raymond te protect any "paper profit"by you
; ; Am Elec ................. 1%
will be when Jan-
of the Hospital open JanPhyl Village and eligibleto the shares back him
president of to
Mining, Metallurgical Mr. Glen Brown, selling short the same num-
Barnes Eng ............... 25%
Auxiliary said that her and Petroleum Phyl voters go to the polls run for office. no later than the close of business -
Engineersat Crna t: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dor.ey Corp ............. (6% ber of shares of the same stock
organization was in favor of the Cadet Restaurant on Hopkins:; Mr. and Mr.-: Earnest :: Falcon Sea Dr ........... IS! % that you already own. on the fourth business day

the action Monday. Keene; Mr. and Mr., Guard Chem ............. 10% You Indicated that people following the call.
She said that it was difficult of Police To Take Part Walter Lawing Mrs. Car sometimes do this, because This rule Is the origin of the
Langford was one a : Gulf Am .................. 4i4
to get auxiliary membersto group of 49 leading agricultural lotta Long, and Mrs. W. G. Gulf Sulphur ............. 1/ they don't want to sell the following adage:

serve as officers of the or and business men from Strickland Kratter ................... 9 stock they own and take their "He who sells what Isn't hi.'nmust

ganization because of the Florida who recently spent In Traffic WorkshopLakeland Each chaperon will be assigned Lucky Friday........... 30% profit because they would "buy It back or go to

heavy demands made upon 24 days visiting farms and a specified I group olive Occidental Pet ........ then have to pay taxes on that prison.
... 29
% ,. ... Un.. ,.. I.. .. t1 ., .
such officers in carrying out "" ",........... n" ...ft...
farming communities of Con- or six oanu memuera it, Redwing Carrier ......... 10( % prom wnen a person was na. .o.n. '" J'uu
the work of the auxiliary. tinental Europe to get the Two policemen from the to be taught by Inspector work with during the entire Stephan Co. .............. NS sold against the box, finally stay short almost as long as

Mrs. Limber reported that feel and the competition to traffic division at the Lakeland Harold Barney, special services trip.A. Syntex .................... 97% closes out that position, doesn' you like or your finances per.
the auxiliary now has 566 the United States In the com Police Department will division of the Tampa spokesman for the chaperons Tampa Elec ............. 25% he then have to pay the tax on mit.If

mon market. This group take part in a Police Traffic Police Department; and a pointed out that considering Textron Inc .............. 4% his profit? you sell 100 shares of XYZ
Dundee CoupleTo which included, besides Lang- Workshop, second In a series class project on accident rec the high level of A. Yes he does. But he has stock short your broker arranges

lord W. O Gibson Jr., Hen- at Clearwater next week. ord systems, to be taught by discipline exhibited in the past OVER-THE-COUNTER meanwhile postponed that tax for you to borrow those

Observe ry Kittleson and J. B. Crumof Capt. F. J. Hustm announced Barney and Capt. Elaine Le- by the Dreadnaught Band, the MUTUAL FUNDS bite.The 100 shares probably from

Bartow, traveled more today that Sgt. H. W. courls, Clearwater Police Department main function of the chaperons Affiliated Fund .......... 8.44 technique of selling another customer. If that customer -

60th than 24.000 miles and visited Foster and Cpl. R. W. Miley will be to help supervise Alico ..... ................ 7'% against the box In a year In demands his stock back
AnniversaryDUNDEE ............. 37 broker normally will have
England. Belgium Russia will attend. A class project, accident and coordinate the many; Am Express % which you al-f your
.............. 1 no trouble borrowing 100 sharesof
Poland Hungary, and Ger The workshop first of its record filing system will be activities lined up for the Auto Merch % ready had quite
The 60th wed many. They spent 12 days kind in Florida,, is scheduledfor held Tuesday and ,will be band during Its stay In WashIngton Chase Man Bank ......... 66% high taxable Income the same stock from someone -

ding anniversary of Mr. and behind the Iron Curtain visiting six weeks three- taught by Barney and Le- Eckerd's Drug ........... NS and close ',' else.

Mrs. Charlie Porter will be the farming communities during Its a is courts. On Tuesday night, the chaperons Fidelity Fund ............ 17.07 out that posl ,
celebrated with house there. month period. purpose will meet with high Fla. Gu ................. 10 lon: the follow Q. The utility company In
open traffic accidents.
On Francis
to prevent Wednesday, E. .. ..... 24 Y'b which I own some
school principal Morris E. Fla. Pub. Util .. ing yea, In common
While in
tomorrow from 3 to 5 p.m. at Great Britain they Records Studied May city engineer Fort Lauderdale Zipprer in another of a seriesof Fla. Steel ................ 9% which you\ had lock sent me a notice that a
Investigated the of
their home in Dundee. possibility schedule Includes will teach relationship -. planning sessions that have Fla. Tel. ................. 28% lower Income. certain percentage of the dividend
shipments Monday's
t The couple has lived in Dundee resuming to this country.grapefruit No- a review of driver record. and of and police to traffic control operations been held for chaperon. at Fla. Tile .................. 1Iy' The lower your Is a return of capital and

for the.past 23 years, mov grapefruit has been shippedto accident record filing system locating be the high school Band Room. Founders Life ............ 8/ Income the does not have to be reportedas
"I problems. Ha will assisted Gulf Life ................. 57'% lower your tax-' dividend Income on my Fed-
ing there from Eagle Lake. Great Britain since the
'- by Lecourla: who will also Incorp Invest ..t......... 7.37 e 8 eral Income tax return. That'sfloe.
The couple was married in last war. Instruct a class In field Inspection United Fund DOYLE But the also
Deputies Destroy Inter City Tel & Tel..... 49/ It's hardly any company
I \ 1904. Mr. Porter is a native Langford will show slides of problerr\ locations Jackson Mln Mart ....... 5% secret that some astute Invest- sent me a Form 1099 listing

of Blountstown and Mrs. Por- taken during this trip to Europe Information Exchanged Set Lewis Bus Forms ....... 17% one used the technique of selling the total amount of the divi

ter was born in Irvinville Ga. and will discuss the Abandoned Still On Thursday May and Chief Report Nationwide ............... 141A against the box last year, dend. The Internal Revenue
findings of his group. A. H. Robins ............. 40" with the Intention of closing out Service also gels a copy of that
Mr. and Mrs. Porter have Willis Booth, Clearwater Police
Doyle Connor commissioner BARTOW Sheriff's deputies will For TuesdayThe Taylor Inst ............. 503 those positions this year. Income brm.
six children, 17 grandchildrenand of agriculture, was the Wednesday destroyed a still class Department in locations observed a TV Elec Fund .......... 7.94 tax rates are about to be If I report only part of the
13 gre.t-gr.ndchlldren. sponsoring state official for problem 21 amount I receive, won't the IRS
which apparently had been abandoned There will follow an second report meetingof Trans Gas Pipe Line ... % cut you know.
Their children are: sons John the tour. for about six month. Interdepartmental and the 1964 United Fund cam 'ravelers ....... ..........190 I spot this and think I am evadIng -
agency ............ 39 If I sell stock ahort I Income taxes?
and Ulysses, both of Fernan- The meeting will begin at Chief Criminal Deputy J. E. exchange of Information paign will be held Tuesday, at United Ilium Q.
......... .32 I sell d. A. No, companies which have
dma Charles of Titusvllle 8:30: p.m.Mulberry. DeReus said it appeared to be Lakeland prosecutor J. Har- 8:15 a.m., In the private din- Universal Foods know that stock I not
; .........31 borrow the stock eturn-of-capital situations such
and Mrs. Mable a two-barrel operation which it din Petersen, will discuss traffic ing room at Morrison's Cafeteria Walters Jim ..... own I normally
daughters broker. Can II mention also file with
through a you
was going. laws and ordinances.On .
Doublai of Fort Lauderdale NEW YORK the IRS another form showing
1 Club the person whose atock I bor.
Mrs. Lillian Dull of Auburn DeReus added that no mash Friday the class will devote Coffee and pastries will be STOCK EXCHANGE row demand that I return the what percentage of the payments .
dale and Mrs. Davidsonof was found in the area and the its time to a class projectand provided free of charge tothose .
Loy Will Honor Latest II .m. hares? If so, how soon must I you received were divi-
had been used
still obviously not In attendance by an an-
solution of actual
Port Charlotte.
Close Price of
close my short position? ends and what was return
for some time. "friend of the com
traffic problems and accident nonymous
TeachersMULBERRY Sgt. James Bowen and Deputies locations.The munity". Breakfast will not be Air Alden.Reduction 28 55% 29 55% A. The person whose stock capital.

Milt Godwin and Bob West served. The report will be
ConcentrateInventory The Mulberry morland destroyed the still after workshop will return toLakeland's concluded at 8:45Morrison's Allegheny Ludlum 39039y' Latest 11 am.Close Latest II a.m.
Kiwanis Club will have a Teacher beverage department officers Police Departmenton manager, MilesE. Allied Chem 53% NS Price Close Price

Tops Appreciation program Tuesday had Informed him of the locatio March 30. Cow.rt.I. making his facilities Allied Stores 59'58% ,
Am Bosch 14 14 Gen Tel & Elec 32032" Raybestos Man 44'/4 NS
at its regular noon meeting. about six miles southwest of I_ available as a publicservice
For SeasonWINTER Class room teachers, representatives -Highland City in a swampy area /_ NEWS OF RECORD In th. Fund's behalf Am Cyanamid 621/a 62%'! CenTime II'Va 1I'Va Rep Steel 411,4 41%
from Mulberry school. Am Home Prd 64 64'A R. J. Reynolds 39y' 4WI
Fund officials ask all cam 'Gen Tire 22 22
HAVEN Inven- will be special guests as will CIRCUIT. COUNtttaniet paign workers having funds to Am Hospital NS 24' Reynolds Met 36y' NSRhod
Gillette 34 35
uite Piled %
tory of frozen orange concentrate Am Mach Frdy J73,4 NS
officers from the Future Teachers
Paint Louise While ve William ci.'- make their
at the end of last week of America from the Mulberry ito> While. di,.". report, to reportsby Am Metal Prd 181" J8% W. R. Grace 50lA 50 Sel Trust 6% 6%
'srolxn ... .
() to
Cruu-hlield Charles L.J. noon, Monday campaign
topped 25 million gallons for High School. Store Now In CruU-hflrtd.I divorce Am Motor J6% J6* Great A P Tea 35 35 R. C. Cola 51 51
J21 S.
at %
Wilson headquarters
the first time this season, the The speaker will be Mrs. Julia ames divorce B ve Marie L Witios.tlutfl Ave. The Fund hopes to Am IOns 8. Dev 23 NS Greyhound 54 54 Safeway Stores 59 NS

Florida Canners Association has Snook, associate professor of New LocationThe Roper '" Foreit lusene Roper reach the half-way mark Tues Am Seating 371371A ,Grumman 43',4 0''" Scott Paper 37\4'\ 37Yj

repo/ted. I education, Florida Southern Col: da'Se"Odora Vi. ddle Carl Odomtanree'a day in Its campaign to raise Am Tobacco 28% 283A IBM 566% 564 Seaboard Rim R 471A NS

In its official weekly report I lege. W. H. Purcell is Kiwanis Sherw In-Williams Co. I In Wateri "l. Jamas D We. $231,000 for 17 financially par. Am Tel Tel 140% 140% lot Harvester 67% 64 Seers 1051" JOSI4

the :.I:40"a: listed\ inventoryat : : chairman for the Teacher Appreciation Lakeland I. holding open house taorrt'rvsr vs Oereldlne BelchLuc'nd'e'wmiams ticipating member health, wel- Ampex JS% JSArlz % IMC 7',4 7% Shattuck j3tI3',
2 This is
Pub Ser 32 NS Jnt Mln Chem 69y' 69t5mt
program. today and tomorrow at Its new vs Robert WIIII.me.OI fare, and recreation agencies. Sinclair Oil 46% 461,1.
still 4 per cent below the location at 617 South Florida div.J:4': :. OU... ,,. John .r.m.. Oil'- Invited to the Tuesday re Armco Steel 70% 71% Paper 30',4 30% Socony 72 721,4S.
45,076,703 gallons of a year ago .,. child support. Atcha top 28% 28% Int Tel Tel 53',4 5JlIa
I Damon port are all campaign workers, C. Elec & Gas 57% NS
YO. Jemei K DamMarlon -
Last week's pack was 1,115,127 I Haven Youth Ave.Richard Balmond, manager of ron. childKathleen I0000t. representatives of contributing Ati Refin 541,4 NS Jones "Laughlin 70% 70'4' Southern 54' 54%
and chaddock Casslnl a James T.
gallons movement 39
was 13 J3 Kelsey Hayes 391/a %
Auto Can % %
the store here the past 14 year.. Clnl .hlld .uPlIOn. organizations and benefiting Sperry Rand 17% I7Va
724,402 gallons 577,802 in retail 0'.... sad Doc,_ Avco 233/s 23y.' Kimberly Clark 6J% 61',4KerrMcGee
I said the new store has six em- ,JamrC Townsend vs Constance Ham- agencies, and all other inter Spiegel 31 Va 31"
llzes. Said MissingWINTER jloyes, ample off-street park lltoD. Stanley dlsmlHalWhldden ested citizens.To Beneficial 66% 56% 36% 36%. Std Oil Cal 61VA 61
Frozen orange concentrate Imports laOld .vs Helen X p.rt.r.HmRoi Beth Steel UI" 34% Korvette 35% 35 Std Oil Ind. 63
ing and is accessible from three date, volunteers have reported 113Va %
finally passed the half-mil Charies' et ul n HelenPorterfleld 5. Blaw-Knox NS Lear.Slegler 14 13%
HAVEN L E. different approachesBalmond dismissal S41.000 for nearly 18 Std Oil N. J. 8W 81%.
lion mark at 696,472 gallons, Dorothr Your .. Jacob H TouncVlole'Vurier Borg-Warner 4634 46% Llggette Myers 76% 76% Sunray 011 31
Elmore 1407 Fifth St.. NE said the store serves dltoo.. per cent of goal 30r.
the canners association said. that his Kathleen Highland City, Au- ve. John Tucker final Brunswick JO% JO% LItton Inds 611068% Tenn Gas Trans 20* Nt!
reported d..r. dl'oo.
Barlow Federal Bavlnae and LoanAssn Burlington 45% 45Va Lone Star Gas 22% 22% Texaco 74 137's
burndale and Mulberry in addi- "
has been
son, Terry, mil.lngfrom etc. vs Runsell K Prater ;elu 22 Loral I Elec 8i/ 8% '
Moose 220/
RUSSIAN BUYS LAND his home since yester tion to Lakeland, and has one >. final denree of forerloeure Lodge Burroughs % Texas Gulf Sui 22% 22'1
Queen s Count. sari.,,. Bank. etc.vs 54t/ P. Lorrillard 45t44%
Cat Tractor 547/i Tidewater 38
MOSCOW (AP) Denmarkhas of the largest wallpaper inventories Alton Jamas Lowerr. etc et iimolt j' % 381/
day.The final of foreclosure and sale Celanese 62Va 61% Madison Fd 19% 19%
decree Tractor Sup 21Va NS
accepted a. $383,000 cash youth has dark blond in Central Florida Polk Countr etc vs fill-hard H De- To Enroll Class 37
settlement from the Soviet UnIon hair and brown eyes. He The paint company has had a .1 0.1.) hunt lud.m.nt. .mln.n', Chemetron 261A NS Magnavox 371,4 % Union Bag NS :377i.
domain suit i aiM Clnnor W Oniar
70 Marquardt 9%
& Ohio 70
Lakeland since 1941. '115 Ches % Union Oil 78% 79
for old Danish property weigh. 120 pounds and is five store In
United Morta-asee Bervlrlnf Corp Of 78 TonightLakeland Chrysler 42% 42% Martin Marietta J9% J9% Union Pac 40% 40
claims in Soviet territories, Including feet, eight inches tall. a' Tom' TharmondatuNfiani
I drer.. at foroalo.rdsia: Cin Gu & Elec 25'" 25VA McCrory J2Y. J3 Union Tank 36 36-Y.
Baltic territories taken Winter Haven area police "Do walk on' the grass" Is tsitRiver Cart, '
for children San James L. Leopard. et us ilnr...;. Cities Ser 66% 66% McKesson 4l NS United Fin 26* NS
the rule
over by the Soviet Union in and the sheriffs departmenthave at Lodge 94], Loyal
World been notified. Francisco's Golden Gate Park. s.1'r;& :: .0 Mor... Cooh- :. ,, ..., ...._ Coca Cold 11801181A Merck m IIn.Minn. United Fruit 20* 2oU.S. %
War II. _ ran Cramer*t ua. final... dwrea ArUiur of K taleAlela Cram.. 7 v.u.o'clock.. u, to""hold""' a"'class 11Im.enrollment .." .t Igate Pal 41% 41% Hnwl m%. J331A Inds 914 9a.

final decree dlvorraPlret Collins Rad ]gi/2 NS MMM 67% 6n. U.S. Rubber 51% SI'SV4 '/
', .
duI5aO and Loan Alan for 78 candidates at the
I of Auburndal, etc. vi. Dodd OPltwerald Columbia Gas 29'hiS Montg Ward 38 37'1'1Nat U.S. Steel 54%
Conclave et and V H Kaulen Moose Home, East Lake Parker
'Order Of 29ers' Plans ui Biscuit 61 61%
: final dm-rre of foreclosure Drive. Com Credit 39Va 390/ JpjohnVendo 57'5f'!" >%
COUNTY COURT Nat Can 16 15%
Edison S4t84 15 16
Con % %

PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) listed on the rolls Nearly every year. Letters have poured In. award and Mad P.a"d'.. Marl Barnard'. Lakeland 91 .'....- The be speaker the Past for Supreme the meetingwill Gover. Con Foods 411 470/ Nat Dairy 68% 68% Warner-Lambert 27 27

World chapter No. 1 of the Order state and three foreign countries not only from over the United R
of 29ers-an organization of -England, Switzerland and States but from foreign countries and: Cherry siuan Taylor 1*. LakeRows be introduced by Past Grand Coot Can 43',4 44 Nat Tea Gyp.on 47i4 NS 34 34

men, women and children born Holland-are represented. requesting memberships, "f.lt i Tyrone si."tuchols and North Moose E. Dudley Weide- Cant Oil 62% 62 J41A Winn Dixiefoolworth 30% NS

on the exclusive leap year day Just this month the order en- which means scrolls and sueJoe.r:.,">."x,.,l.Lak 5.rtnw.\\J!dt.i; .J.' meyer, Clearwater, of the Ctrl Data 85Y. 85 OkIa Nla-Mohawk Gas & Elec 51% hiS 51r. 71% 72

of Feb. 29-will open its 10th rolled Its first set of triplets scrolls and postage stamps do land Patriots Tmoitaon, Legion of the Moose. Corn Prds 62 61% Outboard Marine i : 16% I Xerox 77 77',.

grand conclave Saturday. They are John Henry Jacob not grow on trees around here. Robert lotleevllle Clark. Oa Oreenwald, and Florence is, Ha CriarThrrtl The class will honor Anthony Crown Cork 30 29% Pac Gu Elee 31y' 31%' Zenith Rad 79% 79%

There are no initiation fees Arle and Arend Jack Petter This is one fraternal organization -D avid Home Carrol nd.Rotom White: 34 (Tony) Mocerl, who attained Curtin-Wright 19 18Y.Den" Pan Am Sulphur 25'hiS I

no due., no meetings becauseits of Mt. Vernon Wash., born Feb. without initiation fees or Win.ven ...and. H..n Bandre Oale :.:r.t.. \ membership In the "25" club Rio R R 21% 20% P.rke Davis 35 34%

grand conclave is mythicaland 29, 1948. dues. Leo Prank Kam.". 14 Couiarblara. by signing 34 new memberssince DeSoto Chem 22% 22Va Penney J. C. 45% 453/4 Red Ryder'sCreator
order formed In 192S "I think we would be justifiedin Ohio and Elissbeth Oral,. Molle 1 Dr 53lNS
observed in spirit only. The was kopf. 63: CoI.mbl.na. OhJo. Sept. 1963. All Moose Pepper Pepsi Cola 4934 49%
Organization Growing Fast by the Pittsburg Headlight and' asking' Congress for help or H.b.t.od "ulala AI.....5uaa Andrews spiii.r 68... al Bartow Bar- and their wives are Invited to Dresser lode 21 26% PfIZer 50 49VAPhil" Injured

Sun after F. W. Brinkerhoff its suggesting to President John- ....".'..., Lotto II'.... 20. Auburndlief '. attend the session.BING Eastman Kodae 259% 266 Elee 33 NS
The leap year organization Is editor, editorially extended sympathy -son that he recommend assistance Aile. M.,,, ItUlnll. U. ,.ndonOene DuPont 259% 266 Phillip Morris 74% 74 ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (AP)
growing so fast that its founderin to those who were shortchanged In maintaining this organization M'T' Charlie a otto ta ild Johiuon' a.. ON BOARD Eastman Kodac 126',4 125% Phillips Pet 49 49 -Fred Harman, 62, creator ofthe

a spirit of levity suggests on birthday observances which certainly is for D'ot, i ".Jennlnse.omo.. vs tonan.John. A Keller. SANTA CLARA Calif. (AP) Gamble Sk.o 31 30Va Phelphs Dodge 64% 65 comic-strip character Red

that help from Congress or the because of leap year. the benefit of an underprivileged -Kamoad 1 Whit. :'n : Cecil Osrretl re. -Singer Bmg Crosby Is a new Ga Pac 60'14 NS Piper Air 45% 45 Ryder, was hospitalized today

President may be in order In segment of our populationthose -.ve tenant member of the Board of Relents Gen Elec 85'85'/ Pit Plato Glass 60Va 60% with a fractured shoulder,
Pour .
Letters Melroee .. ...
Pepper Martin former St I who can receive birth m... tenan.BmiUi .n .no. Oanl re.Raymond of the University of Santa Gen Foods 89% 89',4 Proctor Gamble 82 82 A friend said Harman slipped

Louis Cardinals baseball star, Is Brinkerhoff said today the organization day cards only in presidential mott ..n.n.while. J, B. Psnfray re- Clara. He was named to the Gen mat 12' 12VA Pub Sty Elec 1. Gas 78 78% I on Ice near his studio Thursday

among the nearly 2,000 persons "got results the first election years." Uoodmao H Costlne, aivli etc action. VI, UM Robert.>4' Lee i board Thursday Gen Motors 79'Ya 79% Pure Oil 42% 4WI I IIII. night.Hospital .


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I .y TED HUE .(hold tbe kernel sup lots*. : :S/"p: .'C"'Ji'': : (1'S.rU /:, : Tomorrow

AM.cU d Press Sparta .rker teak wilt 37 set a decade Training
Tomght to the lct4 TWsn II bs tie Cadets' worst ere ,
,l.a.o. stark agassst coBegiate' / ,

caa ball set record s major u tile celteg aJMfanc basket one- competitor was t-17 to IMS.Beat I I / LUEU.I..IDCE.a.. / ,I Spring, traieJallIftidaJIJ beer for the DetTMt Tigers tomorrow yet. taW to sign their contracts. They will be considered
LIU U I by tQIDOI'JVW.in... TIlt
aria bust "O [ BMnuag at M e'etock .hea booerymeo report to koktaK if they are not signed ,
Th Creem plat host to Lau 04 r) the last f MM Tolas .. ,, I' Manager Charley Dress* at Haley Held. arc the only unsigned Tiger
SUAM state .i their Km,WTO war agisnt LSU hi ti t| workout the Tiger farpihands and some
,fail ltd contest sad the .' .. Bat for smaay of tbem it wfl be simply a cased packing After the regular
court k* r*w OrleaM !. their;I : prep sooth the Tiger rookie aad regular wTl: clash in squad game tomorrow 4
and mile to
araboe of die Greene to avoid| their gear today at Tfgertowm awing a
last gave of the season. U the> a UM blank erenaidnMd Healry Field .... Besides man of the puckers sad catcher, at --. Tentative pitchers for the two squads Include
lose their won-leet record Will Gene Voss<< Hugh Hardin and Tom Fletcher, Another
JoM SkuOey
Thursday eights rontt qua* a few of the tofieldert and outfielders are already
read "
22.Iidore baa there been!I Darxbon. ranked aevesidl *- workjBg *.. Skeitsiop Dick McAutifT reported yesterday ant squad game is on tap Sunday beginning about 1 pm.

suck a ditsatrog scam la ..'!JonaUy and lbs oaly team to took aa erteasrve hitting 4MB to the bsW erg ago.AS with BO Lawn Fritz Fisher Joe Spatula and possibly,Dick

jar codeg aaael The Citadel!,The Associated Press Top Teat ,.W tails aid Nona Cask are already ker and verb Join Egaa: doing the barring
sea action easdy woe to (II> | the batterysM losaarrow. Balaaee of the aquad is ant AM to Squad games will continue during the two week the Tiger
h aw.'L sari w w Tint round game to CM Soother* report ati Taeaday.Aad bold daily parko its at Hesley Field. First erhlbnta gam wfll!

Conference chimpinaskip kwr < thrTigers may bare. a pair of koUorts by loeoeowwrist. be Saturday. March 14 with the Minnesota Twin*.
i 'resilingSAT. sty at Onrtotte. The Wldcats Both packers Hank Agxirre sad Terry Fall baa as There will be BO charge for the practice sessions er for
walloped The Citadel tl-43. watching squad game Most of the squad was to have plaYedthe

NITt t PJM. la other first round came I New York Met today at St. Petersburg.
test Wgtaia defeated tt&iaa Yesterday hubs Austin a top teaching golf pro from the

LAKELANDARMORY and Mary B-7X Virpaia. Mil Lakeland Hosts West Coast who has bee working on a devise to keep batten .
-try edged Fwmaa 17 71 aadGeorge ,
thiagtoa pet Vtrf from raiting their shoulders, took sequence hitting shots
ma Toch Blab. of several of the Tiger rockies specifically Ray Ojler and
Consensus of observer U to the effect the two
WORLD Daridta) appov-i VM1 aadea John Sullivan.
,.. Virgule meets GW to the are tops to defense in the Tiger system Oyler is a shortstop
TAG TEAM see 'aials toe gist web Dandoa Group Tourney and Sullivan a catcher Both burs been battling a "weak

Till Rematch and test Virfiaia favored bat to their effort to climb to major league stardom.

........ to meet for Ibe champmtnhfrand ,. Oily Bill Roman will be carried: with the Tiger to Henley ,
NdMd : aa astomaae NCAA berth Four teams ope play sad The Group t victor' meet Field from the farm players The other may be brought over

I Satartsy eight.Worriers. start. that keg climb towards the Group 11 (Sarasota-Mana- to Henley Fkld to pitch batting practice or to do catching
the Florida Sat das AA see area) wooer la the first chorea. Tbe farmhands will continue daily drill at Tigertown
basketball tourney wbtII Waiter game> of the Regional wok until Cyranm open spring drills there March t.
R: g WinST {v i Ham and Brandon meet Group It (Tampa area- winner -
I at 7 p-m. today at the Lakeland ) meeting Group 12 (SC
: LOUS iH-WBt Clamber Senior High gym to the Pete area winner) tangling in
lea scored 41 pant and cap: oldie due AA. the scowl Regjmal Cage Tourney Opens
KAMON AW Al TOM IUCM JOt UJOUND-T. Ds.. CU ., 1MMw opesuag game gam
tcrtd 21 rebounds Thursday hips tpl fs a Mud s.sM.a ... Tepe Spiel... .. Group I. IUioa HI basketball victor advance to the State. I

THE SENSATIONAL night/ to teadag the Saa F,.. Dish ........ Ml ., T.... ...... fw ...** ., *. 1.5. 1 Iak51and's das AA tourney at Csiaei ,
yule the week.Lakelaads Kathleen
Dreadnaagkt At
osco warrior to a Ifl-TJ victory H.. Z) b FtC. CW 5>l.i- ... c-.. b W.,.. ........ fcUowfeg Today
seeded dash with the D 41 aaoghts
r e a
I TORRES BROS. over the St. Louis Hawks ., T..... ........ ... Dees. ,..,.. 11dr lass pu r Mw.iLsdp top King Lion i* the second game win be micas star guard Keay -

THE NEW WOLD la the only National Basketball ...- h High.). I at I 41. Winner will asset Deal far tonight** game
., TAG TEAM CNAMrKNS Association game played. tomorrow at P ,." for the with the Lion Paul Jackson The season's aeries indicatea Aubumdale has beea select
SIGN rot TITLE 1 and and Joe forward three-team battle for the Class ed u pre-tournament favor
tale the right to represent center Shetsnt.
REMATCH AGAINST Nash Group 1 M the RegionIII are arias starters A. Region 1. Group 13 high Ite due Jo Its record and high-
THE GERMAN Kessinger Top school basketball tournament scoring senior forward Booty
affair ft Tampa Chamberlain rob Oeobrink will be aae
Von Brauners gym Ota week. guard with DM Skermaa sun- which begins at 7 p.m. today Etbtrld,.. Etbaridge paced
1 log at either guard or forward. at tile Kathleen Senior' High the SWC In Individual scoring

.. .. ..w4Tb. AII-SEC Cage Squad Saved From PocketBy I If Sherman opens at forward School gym.Kathleen with' a 21J average per cm-
f either Mike Bvrdett. Hank and Aubumdale meet test.
Listen Socket Bolding er Goerry Jane will la die first game at T p.m. followed Bartow and Pasco cannot be

By MICE BAKXOXAsieciaied this year to lead Ken- be the <*her guard. u Sbermaa by Bartow and Pasco of ruled out U the records Indi
rr 11 e ltII Pm Sports Writer I Stocky[ back into national promo Many thug have bee written team web Ombnnk at Dade City at t pm. The two cate. Tommy Howell and Larry t
I 1(nence Tbe 4Hbot. Leonunster and said about the outcome: guard sitter Robert Valentine winner clash at I p.m. tomorrow Walker do most of the Yellow

T_ .... ... snrtdMI. li ATLANTA (AP) -The leading I,Mass. senior has averaged more of the Sonny Listen. CassiuiOay or Ricky PridE will beat for a berth in regions play. Jacket's scoring while John
w ..... eves. w s.. !:: i scorer the top rebounder and thaa 2t points per game. title forward. Deal suffered a leg offs. Hancock leads the Pasco at.
rave k. s.t. .... G....! the best free throw shooter to Lee is the tallest man on the heavyweight fight injury last week and seem out With the exception of Coach tack.
--- ... ..... cone ourSU'L ,the SEC an were naaimous team at M. Fb* NasbvOl star Tuesday eight at the Miami of this week's play 0.. Millers hast Red Devils I Stan McDonald Tony Silver.
-. tees-dip ibhTb. :choice for The Associated Press has pulled down better than 1] Beach Convention HaO. I The Lions after a dismal the ether three quintets have Dink Rhodes John Galloway,
Tana .... ....... M GE\G .
..M .. w ...Nara.sdeb Southeastern Conference 1 rebounds per lame this season: Bill W1 telttad. The Ledgers start ban shown vast improvement eUvUed their lwe-game bome-. Tony Metdor and Ralph Harden
.5 b.4s sees ....... .... ...- ... ".. baxketbaO team. .and this combined wok his IS- city editor, borrowed one ofClay's since LakeUnd ....... series during this area 11 key figures la the Kith-
M lbs _eo. D.ee 0'Ns.vi ee4 ...., ,- : Top scorer Cotton Nash ell point average kept Vandy fca the beat them. 12-60 here last past --. Ian pre-tourney plans Should
--- ........ -/r OrEN Kentucky best rebouader Clyde top tea anti late la the season.i iI many talents and penned month. Leslie Parker and Rudy Coach Bill Alexander's Au- the Red Devils! reach their potential .
......i MM..*. a* ..., kftb* I:J 0 AJ .-IIAO P.M. I Lee of Kentucky and the top I Schultz who has mad better the following poem: McKinney forwards: Jim orndal Bloodhounds lost to ), an upset could be In
-- a..psr wa M at the foul !me. Danny here- Morrow Carl Rihm the
,,11I&11 center
... dun 12 per cent of bin free "Oh Sonny Litton lartow. t&tt. before winning making.
Is i.iiuN
M ,
IfNTAt au"1M@ Scbultx of Tennessee each throws this season i* the shortest Where wins you you oily bear? and Richard Ware, guards MX Against Coach Dave St The Red Devils elected Galtowsy .

Smrmmno 1r i grabbed an seven votes. They mss on the team at ( feet. Just when you bad him la your win apes for King. oka's, Pirates from Pasco: the their captain for the
11EAKINS :were Joined on the first team. :even. The Middlesboro.,., senior Winter Havea's Blue Devils Ikndhounds won, 60-50, andoat. $6344 season during ytlter.day' -
) .:,announced Thursday, by Missis is also one of the best snots! pocket.: also beaten twice by Lakeland. ,.-.. Aubumdale meat- final pre-tourney practice
sippi's Sonnie Kessinger and Yon flung your shoulder out diN will open with Jed Baxter drills
,.in the conference and is bar red Kathleen twtc*. S-M, and. GaUoway ls a senior
Louisiana State's Dick Mafle. 'uam'a pUymaker. socket. and Rick Anderson forward; guard.
leek Vcasfcay. The only holdovers from lastyear's in Rick Roberaoa. center: Mike
I Malls third leading scorer
'Merci. without
Without aGrmciat
Bartow Pasco split their .
I team Nash and Kaaueger Page and Downs, .
CENTER the conference: received fournrst Bobby --
a .. M'.rirew
DON HAXTNfTT two tilts the Yellow Jackets ofCaacla ".II."D. a D.
but Nash closed out guards.
place votes. The *-J junior I. et MAUeilNaal.1
PRINCE brilliant college basketball career You lost your crown to loudmouth Lakela.ad'lU record little Wayne Mimdy losing the t.::
OMAR from Ft Mite eD. Ky, has averaged .. Mere
1740 New Teatp
not 71-69, but rebound ..
_. .. i by making the team for the disc M points Caaaiua.BASEBALLREGISTRATION.** best tile school has sported meeting. .. Ie ..
\ 'Y W. more per ,.
I M* _. Tt?*' *'*"*' 4"''t 61'-(61) third straight year. Lee is theteam's since Coach John (Sonny) tag to defeat Pasco ... aiYusNasi5 .I.NY .."'1\.."
first game. Powell led the Dreadnaughtsto The Yellow Jackets and Per :: t.- t:
jemi. Jcks*., sophomore since o The second leading scorer In : ::
Nash in 1962. the State Class AA title faiST. eo each own two victories over pasta. ..
the SEC la Kessinger. who has J....1 .AttO
Golf Pnfer.Joa.l
Wrestling Nash tapered off aUghtly last been averaging better than 24 They are averaging IS.' Kathleen. The Red Devils lost ...T. 'waaamwl..M
'' Ksthleen bowed to the Pirates.
year after an outstanding sophomore The Ole Miss point per game highest U sou.
pouts per game. in the school's: his 70-S5, and 1139.Auburndale ,PAsCO as:w aatslsm
season but be has come attack this season was Registratioa fer tw* Lakeland average M
built scoring around this 6-1 senior from I baseball teams wO ke tory. Best average was 10.' is the only wining a .-.... .ae. .a 55
--- 2 .... at I last season. D team in the tournament
held tomorrew at
I flTTT : : Forrest of City.the Art, who first received place pair .f John Cat diamonds.O .And Dan Sherman who has The Bloodhounds finished with -...... ........ 11-
seven IY.Y.N.AI4
I three MS points may become tile a 9-S Southwest Florida Conference ,:1- M aATMeI '"
." voles. diamond Ke. I the Pal- third Lakeland In history record and a 11-1 :."w. r ..._..
t I eager overall I --
; RD. lilt Q>
Georgia Tech players. meu Leapt ( ) .
\ a -r..wr..
chart Bartow and
.. to 400 for :
ft ; top point t sport
w ..
Craddock and HO Jim Caldwell bold lu registrathM session e .. ...
Kentucky's second AU keys, whether er mot they season. Bobby Shiver has tile identical marks M in the SWC 0...T_ s ..
this could be plua last record with CM for the '5f.' T and 8-11 for an games. Kathleen''..ar.r.wr.e.. vaM
; leading scorer Ted Deekea. all played to the pregram I-
season while Dane Streets tallied was 1-13 hi the conference and4U ,'- M.r.
wpaleas received two first place voteS. 1 summer saust register.At p
421 last overall D
.,> DUk season. '-.. ..
tMg'e They were placed on the second diamond No. 4 the I' 1..1\-
\ I'b
( ? team along with A. W. Davis ofenneaaee. Boy League lt-12) wm register.
; I First tryouta the program
or The Associated Press board will be March 7 for II BC Meet Set Santa Fe

unable to decide between Brooks year silo enly-alse at 2 p.m.
.' t f--t". Henderson of Florida and John I
) ..-<. Plays PilafsBRA.OONSant.
Ed Miller of Vanderbilt. so both For TomorrowThe
the second unit Tryouts TomorrowFar
I ;<<<'" y were added to
I At & Lee Defer of Auburn. Doug Kathleen Loop .
Tea Crlmson
# Button of Mississippi State. Larry state Boys' Club basket-
Conley of Kentucky and Jerry scheduled at 1p.m. ball tournament gets under wayat Hawks sporting the top
pfd Wailer and Jimmy Pitt of Tryouts. tomorrow for boys ages a aim. tomorrow at the Lakeland basketball team since the school

I F $ !'JI..ke_ up>> the third team.. 13 and 11. for the Kathleen Pony Eight Boys'teams Club will gym.be competmi starts began the interscholastlc long climb to sports the,

NEEDED League. ill the one-day single eliminatjoa Florida Slate Class C tourney
ha # yI Dfl ItMk tractor M* Mr Tbe tryout will be at the tourney. There will be four hen tonight in the second
n r1 ..... eve ,_ .w Is .... I.. Besides gue field In Kathleen. teams each in the Junk and pares of th* Group U affair
a. MI .S Muse to C:....*. f....> I the boys, all parents intermediate divisions. The Hawks coached by
T:. f;: y. ._.... ..... MrwisUr. and adults Interested fat helping The schedule: fr th funlordivble Jhn Mack win pm si '14S
CU Ti..1 104._ out with the .league during the. will bet 'flee City 'a.Orlasds p.... again Ptoecrett. Santa
i :Jzter; Gr.n. .1erI4e coming: season are urged to attend I* *....1 *sjd Small Fe has defeated the Pilots
ii ( ,> 3.? the tryouts.THEY'RE West ef Miami vs. Lakeland. twice daring the regular sea
e ..11I. la the Intermediate son. I* the opener at 7 p m.

1 ,: =_'_ :'IC-c:: ,:: : \ bracket the games will be Tampa OLPH will tangle with
y yP. f I South Weal of Miami vs. west Clearwater Catholic. Winner
Tamps 0 sass and Orlandovs. meet tomorrow *t I pat. for
i' : Lakeland II ...... lv i the title and a berth la tIM
The junior championship coolest regional leurnoy.
is slated for 1 p.m. followed Mack was notified earlier this
by the intermediate tide tat week that regardless of whether .

the great NEW it 4 p.m. Santa F* wins its group tourney .
There will b* no charge for the Hawks will not host the
FiN idmissfon to the tournament.HA regional Regional will probably
be either at Dunnelkm or
VA Mount Dora Bible.
MORTGAGI LOANS Mack was hard hit by casualties
FIRST MOITCAGI CORP.or in the final game of the

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FISHING HUNTING Friday, Feb. 28. 1N4 I!

.- Clay Says

Pick And ,
Up Go

Tom O'Hara'Sorry'

When Sun Shines i' /Opposes- Demonstrations

For MIAMI BEACH. Fl I Muhammad, who considers

Cssslus Clay says h himself direct .
a disciple of Allah
By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting
lime religion told 'tOOO' Muslims at Chicago .
Editor him beat Sonny '
Prospects for good fishing for this weekend as usual 3:58.5 MileNEW heavyweight boxing Colisum that Clay had

aren't too bright. It does appear we might have a day In ship-the Islam been able to take the title from

1 tl there which may be fairly nice. YORK (AP) Tom will lead to a Liston because he had accepted

So, the way to plan for the weekend If It Is possible for O'Hara was a little bit apologetic world't social Muhammad as a messenger of

you to do It that way is to do as it has been, necessary for about it all. He'd just runi "This Is not just a Allah

4 PA tTJAV' the past couple of months pick up and go when the weather i 3:51.5: mile second fastest thing not just an Clay agreed

gets good for a few hours. ever Indoors. But then It's understandable -thing it Is a "God was with me-I know

For example on Wednesday of this week we were walking He wasn't feeling shaking up the world the true Gud-that's why I beat

down the street headed for the bank when it struck vs that too well. year-old Louisville the big ugly bear (Liston)." the

th weather had turned pretty good and It looked as hough it And he promised to do better slated today after young Louisville boxer said He

would last for a few hours. next time Ing he had been a scored the ring upset of the cent
"I don't know what I'll do In Black Muslim
So we attended to our business In the bank and then the News sect tury Tuesday night when he
Chicago Relays, years. stopped Liston 7.1 favorite In
dropped by the desk of Marvin Brooks, reminded him he had O'Hara said today looking a
As a member of the the seventh round of their title
r. ahead his
to Indoor effort.
nnn nn
segregationist black I Fight at Convention Hall
TAMPA SAY T'DI. .... 25 1M.. ,,_..
S'41 ami. law. 11_.. M .NtaNN....., la ..m.I tan r,55N N.ah 5 II ....... 1'N rile 5m.U." "But I can promise you this: group the new .. Irrrrrr S
t ...ml, .....,. I,W axe: ......, N/N I." bm. It'll be better than last night" in
an exclusive

r invited us out to his place some time for an hour or two of His coach Predicts Jerry J:54 Wetland ieves the Negroes' SATURDAY 8:30 P.M.

fishing told him the weather had turned lay In sticking with
good outside and that predicted the year-old Chicago -
kind and CHAMPIONSHIPWrestling
not trying to
we couldn't get there before 4:301! ; Loyola student would go '
while man's culture
Marvin, being the gentleman he Is, acted cordial and said 3:54: or 3:55: In Chicago Friday

he would try to be there by that time too if we'd come. March 6. Wants Peace

THE WINNER-Rtftr*. lot Blilr' ..."'. fo b cr.wr.lns/ John rV.lty ((12)) .f T.p. the. now The result was we spent an hour and a half on the lake in Tom, who established a 3:56.6: "They have been

"....y.I.ht champion .f Hi. world" Actually has !..Iliwt.. .n ik. Tm forward om the most pleasant afternoon and evening weather, watched a indoor standard two weeks ago should carry signs,

g Hint toody to ofocf him Prom tho (am*. Colchina the. loft to fho f.ct It Ellis Show of 'hMoc lot of people fishing for specks, and trolled for bass with plugs also bettered the listed Indoor join Integration WINTER

*. Af right Mid Hubs ((43) .."'. fo .bo dun.bfour.dtd by It
f ....* (23)) .".. Bobby. 10."'." ((32)). Don Huron (42) of Torn** worchn r..I., display Mi' fiiti (Wt kind of hate to tell you the fishing result but mustIn full mile victory In Thursdaynight's be fine if I married HAVEN
woman-It would be
to""'". Rhubarb. .t..... under boiktt offtr scramble for ..11. L.d..e, Photo by Hufhti) order to be fair Marvin got a nice bass a real nice Knights of Columbus brotherhood '
Games In Madison Gar .
one. I got skunked I) ARMORYjwpjnu
"I don't
buy this I
But this Is the way to fish It's like John Miller said the den.He to get blown I
Polk hit the 1500 meters In up.
Mocs Outfight CagersIn other day when he and I got to visit some "The people who 3:46.3.: compared with the listed to be washed down the EVENTS

spend the weekend at the lake are the ones who catch the fish mark of 3:46.8: by Hungary's don't want to go to

Tourneys because when the wind lets up a while or the rains quit stvan Rozsavolgyl In 1961 Jim "11m a good THE BIG o

they can go on out right then and they get the fish. ieatty, however has done an I never have been In

Polk County high school team unofficial 3:43.2, just under 0' never have been In :. BOB ORTON

Tampa 111102By will be participating In group Lokclonder Pulls 'Em From Pits lara's new standard but did people. I don't hate .) vs.

basketball tournaments starling not apply for record recognition 'hat's the way I want Hire( Mohud"J .
"By the time the folks in town see the weather Is getting
tonight. Remains Unbeaten Clay confirmed that ) For SoufH.ru
The teams and the tournament decent get things ready and get to the lake It's bad again Bruce Kldd 20-year-old distance Joined the Black MATSUDA Crown

JACK SLAYTON schedules Ire: and they either get blown off the lake or get wet or go back star from Toronto remained though he said this

Ledger Sports EditorIt AT HAINES CITY home without trying!" unbeaten on the Madi nomer of the ALSO -

was Donnybrook in Florida. Everything went flying In Tonight's Schedule John did tell us Buddy Grey got another tagged bass, a* eon Square Garden boards, ripping Elijah Muhammad "noll'I TATTLE TO A FINISH

the air last night at the Senior High gym as the Florida South Hardee of Wauchula vs. Lake did Frank McMillan of Highland City (I believe both of them from behind for a two- the sect in a speech at WORLD TAO EVENT

ern College Mocs outscored the University of Tampa 111-102. Wales, 1 p.m.; Halites City vsSebrlng camp at John's place each weekend.) mile triumph In a meet record had saluted the Cowboy Haystack

It was the season's finale for both teams The More finIshed t p.m.Tomorrow's. ''I Tim Asher at Lundy's Fishing Camp on the north end of 8:39.: fellow disciple: i AND

( with a 13.13 record overall while Tampa had a dismal Schedule Lake Julianna reports few fishermen because of the rough Australia's veteran Ron Muslims Bob Ellis Calhoun
2.24 for their season of frustration. Winners play at 8 p mAT weather but says Mrs. Russell Hobbs of Akron Ohio got a Clarke who set the Indoor three I The Black Muslims AGAINST _

They did have some solace I in I MULBERRY seven.pond, one-ounce bass while fishing for .pecks and that mile standard just a week ago 'that special territories CHAMPIONS

that Chuck Andrews closed his I a new school scoring mark The Tonight's Schedule Jesse Lott of Auburndale has caught five of the 10 tagged set all the early pace but was set aside where they Skull Murphy-Bruit I.m.rdCho"

Tampa career with a 45.point old mark was 514 by John Me- Avon Park v.. Fort Meade 7 bass brought in to their camp so fart! beaten by two yards by Kldd'i together In peace

I f effort on 17 field goals and 11. Namara In the '5859 season p.m.; Zephyrhills vs Mulberry, And a report Just in by phone that reminds u. and killing kick.Kuharich. Terence from their '
for 14 the foul line. Last night he spurned the 9 born I
at passIng p.m.Tomorrow' schedule should some of you that fishing can be done In the pile
enough all of his foul shots: game for the "gunning"
Winners play at 8 when the weather is rough. The report was from Oden Sisco Named
came in the second half. game. Elsnaugle also has the
AT FROSTPROOF He has been fishing the pits south of Lakeland and on DRAW Q
finale school rebound mark 376
It was also the career Coach Of
of last week he 10 bass Eagles Y
for three Mocs for. The Mocs hit 40 times in 87 Tonight's Schedule Thursday got weighing 28 pounds; CHROME tY

ward Tim Elsnaugle. Dave attempts 46 per cent while Boca Raton vs. Melbourne on Friday he got six weighing 19 pounds, on Sunday he got PHILADELPHIA (AP) Joe

Shlnkman and Tom Dawion. Tampa connected 37 times in Central Catholic 8 pm. eight weighing 42 pound. (we ran a photo of that catch); on Kuharich took over as head Trailer -Ml

Dawson fouled out early In 84 attempts for a 45 per cent Tomorrow's Schedule Monday he got eight weighing 35 pounds, on Wednesday he coach of the National football tesiMU
the final quarter and finished effort. Winner plays Frostproof, 8 got seven weighing 28 pounds and yesterday he got five weigh- .eague's Philadelphia Eagles .. Murphy-Bernard

tip with '. Shlnkman had one Bobby Bowman with 21 ign 21 pounds. today, armed with a four-year L 2 OTHER BOUTS

of his best scoring efforts with points was the floor leader for pm.Ho He explains the poor catch yesterday by the fact that contract and a mandate from r

20 while Elsnaugle had 30 the More and his play kept someone got to his "hole" ahead of him and he had to find a millionaire owner Jerry Wol-

points on II field goals andS FSC In the game when Tim- Hum MantleTo new spot He fishes( spinning tackle with live shiners man to build the best team Sponsored ly

-for-9 at the foul line. pa pulled ahead by five pointsIn money can buy NATIONAL GUARD

The 30 points brought his sea10n'l the first half and threaten Get $100,000 Lakeland Wolman Introduced Kuharich

total to 599 for 26 games ed to grab a commanding 1 East Pony LeagueTryouts as his new coach at a news conference Ringiidt . . $2.00Cn

lead. Shlnkman also came up I FORT LAUDERDALE Loop RegistrationThe Thursday night, conS INSTALLED OR Adm. . . $|50

I with;:: a key basket at that I (AP) Mickey Mantle the East Lakeland Boys Slated firming/ a 24.hour-old report by DO IT Under 12 . .50
DreadnaughtsOpen point The Associated Press that the
American League's highest saried Baseball League (8-12) will The Lakeland Pony League BOAT TRAILER Tlcktn/ 0* Sl
The wis rough and year-old former college and
I Season game has hold a registration for league TONY'S
marked by 60 fouls and one' star modest amb and farm learns tomorrow IS-14) will hold tryouts from pro coach would get the job lAKELAND

TAMPA Lakeland's base player ejection. John Ponley I lions for a hundred thousand from 2pm. until 4:JO p.m. 10 a.m. until noon tomorrowat I IS Cr Fifth L1I44$1. NW

ball Dreadnaughts were to have who had 13 points in the first dollar a year man. at Combee School. NAtIONAL 1'10. ..MOCII'V._ ....L0AOY15r Prw, MARINE SUPPLY,

opened their baseball season half for Tampa, tangled with Baseball's greatest switch hit. Both parents must sign the the Lakeland Pony League New Chc.N.....k 4, 1 De.. .......t...1?I. i Highway *2 of I.. "
.. ._
Ellis Shaw of the Mocs early in -- -- LAST CALL
here this afternoon the field
against ter wants to play 150 games this application blank. Registration Sportsman's Park -
Chamberlain Chiefs. the second half and was banished Include FOR TICKETS
year.' He also would like to hit must copy of on the Fish Hatchery Road. '
The Dreadnaughts will play for his fistic( efforts which 500> home runs 'before he calls the birth certificate and a $1 r.Jt''iI I
were good while they lasted. The baseball Is for
Tuesday and Fridays duringthe I it a career In 13 major league registration fee. The East program HARLEM
with all Tuesday Both teams threw defense to Lakeland Baseball Association .
season Boys
season all with the New York boys In the 11-14 age group
In the district the winds and the "racehorse" Includes GLOBETROTTERS
games counting area
Yankees Mantle has hit 419 and living In Lakeland or the SUNSHINE'R'K
eliminations and all Friday, style was In vogue Andrewsgot home runs"I section outside of the city limit I

games counting in the Western most of his 17 baskets closein felt like quitting last year," northeast of Lakeland and Lakeland area.
Conference standings District while two of Elsnaugle's bacets Lake.TNUS50AY7.
Mantle admitted during a lavishpress I Crystal Jt POST TIME ':U LAP
winner will advance to the Florida were one-handed hooks conference his NEEDED NINE KACtS- DAILY 3503002.00
marking FIGHT
State Class AA tourney from the corner. They drew a ., Th. A..te...... frMWOHCttTBff 50 tricUr Spume or 10 whnl flat and 2nd Roci)
Team sporting the best won roar of approval from the signing/ of a second ..uccessiveSIOO.OOO .ttetIM Maw _Ook Jt.l.mmtn.Otmtt. dump trucki t. haul tock and Ladies' Day Every ON SALI AT
contract as the Yankees ::tr--t: ., I. Cr.trl LET'S GO
lost mark In designatedas crowd. ; a : Ned In Florid Ply SpertetorlumTampa
141 M
"district" games will represent In the second half the blocs officially opened spring trim: ,.. MunhiMn, 144. ,..k. weekly. Call T.rmm.l/ Mon.fir dC' RAACESE ADMISSION SOC .
lug/ Thursday. 1 wrd1.. .. Winter Gordon. Fl.. surged ahead by 15 at _. .., .
the area in the state tour one TOllY "" T" lit. MNN .
Mantle wasn't the only name 656-2772
closed .M T..u. Y.m..m1/ lNNb
Tampa the game to ..
ney.Lakeland'a drew 10.
first home gameIs ,but John Wells hit on a POlnt.1 player to sign Thursday The
Minnesota Twins corraled home
next week with Tampa Jefferson .:baskets to put FSC out
run champ Harmon Killebrewand
-a Western Conference a safe margin
lanesAn4145 the Chicago White Sox received -

contest .. t0n" T" a contract from 20.game
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_Friday, Feb 28, 1M4 Debbie .. HAPPENED .:: :::.
WORRY CLINICFamiliarity .. ::
Haven Student ,I k Achieving p t\ SNOWMAN T // t \ ;l111\1 1rrA


Bitten By Dog New HeightsBy I

WINTER HAVEN Steve Hate To DissipateBy I /
Shook, of 111 Cleveland Road NEW YORK AP-There'i
( a
I 1 1AF1eC
Wahneta, was bitten on the hind George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. new Debbie Reynolds la town.

Wednesday by a doc while at She's the ex-jobby: 'aox Idol

Denlson Junior High School The CASE R-415: Charles Lamb ai fear. who feels she hat achieved a

student was treated by a Winter was a famous English writer In time of war. however, new mlleatone In her career a. vSsSS&fVHwiLimS'ttfremeHmt '""--'
"Don't Introduce me to that the government deliberatelyhires a grownup comedienne w
physician man!" he once stated psychologist to de.humanize "I could only wish for life to

The dog was taken to the "For I want to go on hatinghim the enemy. stay aa It I.-to be ai happy always .

County Pound at Bartow to! and I can. Thus, the Japanese were at I am today," (he aald ThCM1 nNO ec TNeP eeSTAIIAr
determine If It had tablet not hate a man | pictured as "Ape Men" with There are several reasons for iweS rrdr iiw w-rAr mlmemelB
I know." her exhilaration. First her Ara $Q M o t
-------- --- gorilla teeth and a Frankenstein y ANOAFNL

look.Similarly. career, which had dipped somewhat TNATae1lyM.tANIMAL'S/ AAfE (
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPIN That illusltrates q, all the Germanswere is again strongly on the ? 1 { "

"ilS-SHOW TiOO I IT..I. I one of the I called vicious "Huns" upgrade.She p1. ,

|...', The Nlh. best methods I and "Butchers." recently completed an 1 I
T. C. Out T. A 104.,1.1! for preventing | It Is difficult for a civilized arduous seven-month stint before oM
wars human being to pull the trigger the cameras. ( /
If we can or toas a grenade at other Filming Rough .r

TONIGHT SATURDAY promote more ) human boys who have sweethearts During the filming she was i e e '''itsi b'E ..

student exchanges or wives or children. bruised from hip to cheek, fell i
... where' __ Conscientious Objectors were off a bar, nearly drowned in a 0I : r #t
DR '
the visitors ac- > thus more numerous In World river.

first Drive-lit ShowlngfT tually live with the host family, War II than ever before In "There Wasn't an easy scene I eA 'I !

?,M and It IS then we can undermine muchof American history, for the In It. I know I'll never makeDEBBIE
the motivation for killing churches had done a good job -

Gary Audrey Yesterday I told you how of teaching world brotherhoodof

Grant, Mrs. Crane couldn't even man THIS IS LEAP YEAR, we &orrA GO eer THOSE I see st>uR LICENSE
Hepburn carry out her plan to trans Those CO. boys were not MEM AND Kiss THE Heck
I plant the chipmunks (which any more cowardly than the HONEYILEAP'rtARl11X : FINALLY A RNEP.itA.
our a:7HeMI/
were robbing our bird feeders) rest of our military troops.
to a forest a mile away They just had been so brainwashed
After she caught her first with reference to r Ptt.

chipmunk, she brought him brotherly love! that they

Inside our house and aaw him, couldn't stomach the act of Y1 '
ripping out the entrails of a
: close up. Then she didn't have
the heart to move him a mile German or Japanese teen-ager

Y away. with a bayonet or shooting M ,
So she rationalized by sayingour him down with a machine gun

little grandchildren would *

probably enjoy watching chipmunks Indirectly, therefore, the rise ...
Charade t as much as 'the wild In the number of Conscientious _-..11&-...... ....

s STNLO DONIN err.lqreaM bird Objectors was a tribute to the 1DISTURBANCE
effectiveness of the churches

Familiarity tends to dissipate During 18 years the Conscientious I
previous enmity as well Objectors had been I ATT/41 RDSt AN'''- HEY/ BLE4S rIM!

fKHHlCOtor taught to love their fellowman. ANDY1* GOT 11 NAME IN THE PAPER i

PLUS At' 1 t. OHLYI I GROVI PARK Then, overnight, they were I t ...WONDER IF'E'f'
.... NO... SHOPPING CINTCR asked to shoot down their fel r SEEN IT-?
luaus '''u
"FANCY PANTS" color lowman.
This caused a terrific emo
tional conflict for you can't '

STARTS SUNDAYIr.I vrw 12.45 make such a complete turnabout Jo.

NOW in deep-seated emotion.
SHOWS AT. ,. in a moment of time. REYNOLDS

.I] II liOO-iill Those who didn't become another picture like it/ For one' ll
5:11-7111 Conscientious Objectors, often -
9.44: thing, I wouldn't have the
became the psychiatric casual "
strength, she ,
. ties "If people don't like this one,
I'll retire.. After all, if I just I w o wr:":.=tom..5rry 279

They sprouted all sort of want to get beat up I can always -
1 0 ACADEMY AWARD psychosomatic ..ilments.It tassRSSatlaaat
go back to Girl Scout
NOMINATIONS"BEST may seem paradoxical but Samuel
camp Goldwyn Finally
both Conscientious Objectorsand
TONIGHT-SATURDAY Other reasons for Debbie's 'I'Going
thousands of psychiatric
present happiness Include contract -
casualites among our troops to appear In Las Vegas 4 In To TelevisionBy
r MIX' IT YOU "A" 755NISV.I Nev., the prospect of more .y The
clergymen in the peace time adult comedienne roles, and
EVER MADE! to Pearl Harborl! z ,
..r net ONLY years marital contentment. BOB THOMAS ''t told her 'I've got t third act
HAUNTING"ULIC ."'........A The better the preaching '
"THE Eddie Fisher left her AP Movie-Television Writer
Singer and that's what matters.
the more of such cases. 1' Stars
MAURIS with children and wounded HOLLYWOOD APSamuel
two a r (
For the'sJirltual idealism "The first act 1 It not so Important
t heart In 1351: to marry Eliza- Goldwyn, the foxy giant of the
alto ay 1. encouraged by churches helps '
p."aT ASIA I"OWIHOIA. produce those Inner conflicts bath Taylor. Debbie now says movie world, has decided at the to me; It's the finish

BI.A'"'n", ..N'S Id ', SHOCKI! that result In nervous break. she is.happy In her marriage to I age of 80 to enter the television that has alway mattered. I

downs. her second husband, multimillionaire ImpelBy field. like to know where I'm going.

"THE INNOCENTS" Hamlet' "To be or not to Harry Karl. Goldwyn announced this week

D"O"A" 5155 be" was similarly a'' result of Miss Reynolds, who began her that he has formed an organization -

conflict between conscienceand career as the tomboyish "Miss Carroll Righter to distribute his movies to One Florida
AND AT 11.00"THE'TERROR" revenge. Burbank of 1948," has emerged television. He also said that he

t7lie' The greater the conscienceof 'in recent yean as one of Holly planned to go Into production of

ROANS KAftLOftr a nation the more neurotic wood's more glamorous wom- films especially for television District Seen
IN COLON conflicts will result among Its en" She still feels deeply grateful still reserving the possibility he

people. For tigers and lion to the movie industry for may make another feature film
don't need psychiatrists! transformation FRIDAY FEB. 28, IN4 Out Of Balance
FILMLANDM.VI Ithl' if he finds a project that excites
I started, I didn't even GENERAL TENDENCIES him.
IN :M! m : 22) You have but to under.
.' Queen MotherTo know how to dress I wore dun- A fine day and evening to tie stand intelligently what act. Time Is Right TALLAHASSEE (AP) At
garees and a shirt. I had no down to the least
yourself specific ual conditions are and you get one of Florida's 12 con.
MIT NO."t-TO: ONLY money, ,no taste and no. training tasks and obligations before results you want. Be charmingwith "For years people have been gressional districts was con

"JUBILEE TRAIL"POIIII'I' Convalesce ." she said frankly. you and to make sure that you others. Show that you asking me when they can see cerned with the U S. SupremeCourt's

TUCK' insole Her philosophy: do not overlook the least important have manners and savoir- pictures like 'Best Years of Our ruling last week on equal
IN COLDS teorhllorea "Life Is both faith and love. detail in arranging to faire Lives' and 'Pride of The Van- representation.Gov. .
Aboard YachtLONDON Without faith, love Is only one kees' television" he said "I
have all of duties on
your properly LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. Farris
NIT NO. S *:M ONLY 22) Bryant and Atty.
ToiiJones dimensional and Incomplete handled with eclat and have always said I would not
MARTY ROBBINS A fine day to rid yourself of go Gen. James Kynes said Wednesday
(AP-Queen Mother Faith helps you to overlook Imagination as well In a very longstanding obligations and into television until the time
that the 6th District
T.. Wourit Nooordlnc SUr Elizabeth will convalescefrom 'other people's shortcomings, down to- earth fashion. Aid dull duties that must be done was right Now I think the time West Palm Beach
her appendicitis operation and love them as they are. those in distress. is right
sometime. Don't tho.ewho
neglect be under
NIW OP ou"'ooo"aHTnT"'HMO"T might represented In
IN TECHNICOLOR aboard the royal yacht Britan "If you ask too much of any ARIES (March 21 to April are In need. Show that "I have not yet made any the way that the high court
nia In the Caribbean next relationship, you can't help but 19) Fine day for getting
"BALLAD OF A EASTMANCOLOR your fine generous side of your nature deals with anyone. I will make tossed out congressional redis
AmiTUMTBUlOnnMLUSf month, her household announced be disappointed. But if you ask desk cleared, files in order, the best deals I can. But I'm in the of
trlcting state Georgia.But .
GUNFIGHTER"MIT Wednesday night. nothing, you can't be hurt orisappomted then looking after garden, car, SCORPIO not giving up the theater boilness.
Oct. 23 Nov.
( to
SORRY NO CHILDREN'S She will fly to Jamaica via ." pets, etc. Schedule your time. ." the governor said he had,
NO. S-1011 ONLY"God's 21) Gadding about socially Is
New York scheduled airliner Put aside engagements, plans, no immediate plans to call a'
little Acre"505t57 arriving March 12, and returnto AT THE THEATERS for recreation. very fine for you today, adding Concerning production of new special session for redistricting,
new names to films for television, Goldwyn
RYAN as ere present since 1961
particularly Florida's
.. . lL.: England April I. TAURUS (April 20 to May
.. .. : P'LMLAND ORIVCINTtIT charm guest list Show others you remarked: law was upheld by the Stat. Supreme '
and Tomorrn' B.llad 0' a 20) Getting Improved so
F'a ciunriinitr "Ood. Uttl. Aura" and know what It Is you want. Then ""I'm a ham I'm an egotist Court and there
that others will be attracted was no
j living' Room Comfort With Clourl-So"" Push-Bock Chain' "Iubll. Trll"Osove quickly work hard to it.
get I have 50 In this
spent years
705750' to you Is highly recommended other legal challenge on file.
Today .M L..L..ND. 'bmerror. 0"1."Tnm Joan;' Be sure to get special SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to business building a name that The U. S. Supreme Court said

r.IiP.ncsr Purer".Tomorrow, ; "Char ad." and abilities before the influential Dec. 21 ) You have much Interest meant quality, and I Intend to in the Georgia opinion that congressional '

5OWNCOWN -TODAY- "OLK rauT.STonesaandn1feoeeor.. c.pt.ln New later. Ply hobby tonight in civic affairs and can protect it. I am not going Into districts must con

GEMINI (May 21 to June make the right Impression on television to make a fast buck. tain numbers of
... equal people
OPEN Tod.r' Hoom : and *.Mtur. Olrl.r.morro. 21) This Is the right day to bigwigs. Make sure that Quantity Is not important to "
.nd the Bi ,eel" >. U U U U U U .
credit is ..
your good. Quickly me I am seeking quality.
12:4s "With your gall, : "Abbot and Coittllo Meet straighten out certain family
J.fM .in the Br.rul.lk' and "CapTo pay off current bills.
that have been
matters pend
0 Itnb.d'IIL"a" Writers First
corporal, MOON" 0111"1.1', ing for some time. Be thought. CAPRICORN (Dee 22 to REDWOODu. :
la and Tomorrow Haunt
< Th.
,." Jan. 20 New situations suddenly Goldwyn laid: "The first
end ini .Th. Innocent* and The ful of kin. Show that you area
you'll upcourtmartialed T.rror. devoted present themselves and thing I will do Is hire two or ____
OTMIK emit person. Forget outside
AUBPRNDALI. Dark:-andA.I.I.Auburn .'."DlinrylandAIUT Uri AdAUHUHNDALl activities for now. these can be steppingstones to three good writers to work on Weed Eternal' uU
.nturo" MOON CHILDREN (June success Be happy to do work scripts. Writing has always
...or the first -Dalr: "TK* PrIM" Outside/
required of Get rid of that been the Important thine with
Par Country. : and Juit t for fs. 22 to July 21) Dashing about you.
6-star general AVON B PARK Parly:r HllaniGiant'I : buying, selling getting the long standing obligation. me. The Weee StivtiM
IAR row Outdoor "II., .. of 1h8un AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. ""I will go slowly. I've always
and :Nun and lh. Bera.anlKAINKa articles you sorely need Is IRS1dU .
in historyl"'Tlow Th. Chopper tITt-Lako and Hun..OKUnn' aViah at." ideal today Later, be more 1$) If you go to an expert,you done that. I usually made one
vTALM understanding with associate. will be better able to get assets or two pictures a year sometimes HEADQUARTERSOXFORD
LAKIE: : t.l.' Sword lit! She
Give an ear to their Justifiable and liabilities on paper. none. Once I had Gary
.. !l-"ri'$ "cap'ulf:; r
; :
.. of U'MIn. Jonoa' and "50.UMn plaints, make amend. New attitude improves qualityof Cooper on salary for a whole U f
Duel : work. Be happy, thoughtful, at $10,000 a week but I had U
could I lose my salami- + NT cl're.ur.e."The; PrlM"Th. LEO (July 22 to Au,. 21) year
OasrBHlNO No better day than this to with mate tonight. no picture for him. ,Then one :
bamroberTJraffeu .lIon
somebody's "p'lorlda' PISCES (Feb. 20 to March wife and I :
imei Ballad of..theURUNhlrt" take right steps that will Increase night my saw a newsreel -
?You Wnapp t and Rod Hoi Wli li
20) You have made promisesto of Lou farewell
Gehrig't at
R.turn ot Orarula your holdings
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Wh Ya you problem? FaAbby.

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DEAR ABBY: When my daughter was" in college the I have gone out on datea with him to many other things, butI DON'T BOTHtR PRECISELY WHY THE BRITISH MAIDEN

t eloped with t 'B-foot-2 eyes-of-blue football star. We were don't want to be escorted to this important affair by a boy MEf-CAN'TSOU LADIES PATRIOTIC SOCIETY IS HERE: .T

who Is so short. I'm afraid we will look like a couple of midgets SIR!! SEE I'M HOT ON YOU MA'IINVE'.STIGATE: US
I upset at tint but got over it. Here'i the problem. Every time PCT/AL BALLET WILL &E RESUMED ALPHABETICALLY. MY
I don't know how refuse him without his
walking to hurting AS
they stay over night with us, I have to air out all the bedding CRIMINAL ? r NAME rS ARDENT: A.
1 feelings. Can you help me? Ct' COMPLETES "IS INVESTIGATION) f AARO'/ RKr
afterward. My son-in-law has a very obnoxious odor to his WISH ME WERE TALLER t*S LOYAL PERMISSION,

I feet. It about knocks you over. It penetrates the mattress and DEAR WISH Since you found this boy tall enough to KNC T V a

blankets, too. The sheets I can launder. I've asked my daugh date on other occasions! there la M way to refuse his prom ;;- N -

ter to tell him to do something about It and she says there Invitation without hurting his feelings If his size bothers you, =

is nothing he can do. He washes his feet twice a day and wears quit dating him entirely and let him find a girl who measures J, t 1 'l T

only white socks. She said he had some kind of jungle fungus a man. from eyebrows upl! S I

while he was in the Marines, but he's over that now For a b 1) ,

girl who couldn't stand the good clean odor of onions cooking, DEAR ABBY I read In your column that a girl and her

this take the cake! Love isn't only blind It ameli.. What do boy friend had a fight because they didn't know who should

you suggest? hang up the telephone first. Maybe this will help. My boy friend

MIDWEST MOM and I count one-two-three, together and then we both hang up. -- --. -, .- -
DEAR MOM: Your aon.In-lew needs desperately to tee a ML.
doctor! And If he hain't sense enough to go voluntarily find AND CONTINUE OUR BEHIND THEM' ) WHAT DO THAT

somebody who Is Hoot- to drag him there DEAR ABBY: 'Could you please give the names of some JUTOO BAD. I SEARCH WEVEGOTTO THIS IS OUR FIRSTS J VOLJ MEAN, PACK?


DEAR ABBY: I am a 17-year-old girl who has been going good one,. .=.. NOW? C QOQQpolo.

.,9 with a 19-year-old college'lophomore since September. He It INTERESTEDDEAR 7: e. ,dOr ots'

only 5 ft. 4, and I am 5 ft. 3 In flats My problem Is that he INTERESTED: If there are, they are like eggs. 0 { .

I has asked me to go to the Junior-Senior Prom with him. I know You never know you've got a bad one until It', too tale. oAI Oo.o1On

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sued for divorce by his wife I
second violence reported in a of Lords mutinied Tuesday

Cause Of Fire 'month old strike against the Gloria cruelty.37, on ground. of extreme night against a government proposal :yy-wWy. wy j/i/ ;

firm. to change the name of the :

WINTER HAVEN A pot of i A volley of shots, probably In a petition filed in Superior British Admiralty to the Navy '

burner I In,from a black and yellow automobile Court at Los Angeles Tuesday, board
food left on a gas
Cahn said settlement -
Mrs. a property
along U.S. Highway 301 Parliament's
Crill Restaurant upper house vo
the Orange has been reached as
11:55: east of here. Bullets punctureda ted 65-57 In favor of an amendment .
small I fire at well as an agreement giving
started a
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Wednesday night. her custody of their children. ALWAYS "gas KMD TC) YGUR FAT
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confined the 14. WE6K4 BRK7TN9RfIIV
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to the stove and reported 'Cahn agreed to pay child sup _
truck to safe save
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serious damage. :
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Is located at the intersection Deputy Charley Coins married in Los to makeit ; O 6 0
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6th Street Sept. 5, 1945, and sep-
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120 employes struck Mid. proposed the change as part of = 9
Florida Steel Jan. 31 in a dispute I a new unified defense setup under

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Friday, Feb 28, mi Debbie HAPPENED n 7?
WORRY CLINICFamiliarity U::

Haven Student I AchievingNew s OWMAN 4 //I p\{ ;,tJII\I I'ear IM \


Bitten By Dog I HeightsBy
Hate To 1A
WINTER HAVEN Steve DissipateBy HAL BOYLE I IrtMcws

Shook, of 119 Cleveland Road, NEW YORK (AP-There'i a d

Wahneta, was bitten on the hand, George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D. new Debbie Reynolds In town.

Wednesday by a dog while at She's the ex-bobby 'sox idol
Dcnison Junior High School. The CASE R-W: Charles Lamb a. fear who feels she has achieved a I

student was treated by a Winter was a famous English writer. In time of war, however, new milestone In her career asa
Haven "Don't Introduce me to that the government deliberately grownup comedienne."I r .wN-rr .r
physician. man!" he once stated hires psychologists to de.humanize could only wish for life to
The dog was taken to the "For I want to go on hating the enemy. stay as it Is-to be as happy always .

County Pound at Bartow to him and I cannot Thus, the Japanese were at I am today," the said meJ7eANMlX KIN BACK TMT I IWltlIrIT IJiIIrIIFfI In'oAftMf
determine If It had rabies hate a man | pictured as "Ape Men" with There are several reasons for dvM)! fRR TheM 7AiP.. -,,,,RAeeOi0 ",A. m eeBlr 1dr:1utW
-- I know" gorilla teeth and a Frankenstein her exhilaration. First her w Ass /IfWAG! AND
look.Similarly. career, which had dipped somewhat THAT sa3hJ an% RAs'! ,
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN That illus-l all the Germans is again strongly on the ANIMAL'; r [ ,1 a
6:15 SHOW 7100 tratesoneofthel were called vicious "Huns" upgrade.She i / r.
TmlgM's Th Nltlir best methods I and "Butchers." recently completed an .

T. G* Out T. A Maw'll l for preventing| It is difficult for a civilired arduous seven-month stint before 4
wars human being to pull the trigger the tameru.
If wt can I or toss a grenade at other Filming Rough oqMI
promote morestudent ) human boys who have sweet During the filming, she was :I l1t
exchanges hearts or wives or children. bruised from hip to cheek fell
where Conscientious Objectors were off a bar, nearly drowned In a s) Cw
the visitors actually ulf> CRANE thus more numerous in World river. 5e

First Defeats Showing live with the host family, War II than ever before In "There Wasn't an easy scene / ,l R ms .
AT ?,M an* It:U then we can undermine muchof American history, for the in It. I know I'll never make
the motivation for killing. churches had done a good job
CarY Audrey Yesterday I told you how of teaching world brotherhoodof

Grant Mrs Crane couldn't even man. THIS IS LEAP AR, we GOTTA GO eer THOSB I SEa SfctJR LICENSE
Hepburn carry out her plan to trans Those C.O. boys were not MEW AND KIss THE HEck
plant the chipmunks (which any more cowardly than the HONE'I.-LEAP' Rl7X OUT a: I FINALLY A RNEP.
were robbing our bird feeders) rest of our military troops.
a to a forest a mile away. They just had been so brainwashed
s After she caught her first with reference to i iIM If1
chipmunk, she brought him brotherly love that they b A

Inside our house and saw him, couldn't stomach the act of I
close up. Then she didn't have ripping out the entrails of a
the heart to move him a mile German or Japanese teenager A "dI
# r. away with a bayonet or shooting 4Yt l ,
iiinewcttt. So she rationalized by saying him down with a machine gun. ft.

our little grandchildren would *

probably enjoy witching chipmunks Indirectly, therefore the rise ,
Charade fL as much as 'the wild In the number of Conscientious K-Y1MYa e4.ar ....

QA1lEl'adxN Na.. birds. Objectors was a tribute to the '#'
effectiveness of the churches .
Familiarity tends to dissipate During 18 years the Con. ,
previous enmity as well scientious Objectors had been )STURBANCE ATTHE RO5!Aht L HEY: '/
asrsw ftCHNlCOior .. taught to love their fellowman ANDV* GOT 1* NAME IN THC PAPER/J

PLUS *T IL/ ONLY! GROVI PARKHOPPING Then, overnight, they were ...WONOER IF! t'!
OB MOr.*CLUCILLB H. CENTER asked to shoot down their fel J SEEN IT-7 fM.t'I
This caused a terrific emo .
I e ) tional conflict, for you can't 0
STARTS SUNDAYI! 12.45 make such a complete turna a
NOW bout In deep-eeated emotionsin ro
SHOWS AT. a moment of time. DEBBIE REYNOLDS
Jr' tiOO-lilt. Those who didn't become JI
nother picture like It, For one
51.7:11: Conscientious often
1---.1 9.44 Objectors thing, I wouldn't have the
.l ties.became the psychiatric casual strength she said.

r "If. people don't like this one
I'll retire. After all, if I just w"IwMNr -
They sprouted all sorts of want to beat I always .-
get up can
psychosomatic ailments back to Girl Scout
w NOMINATIONS"BEST It may seem paradoxical but camp." Samuel Goldwyn Finally

TONIGHT-SATURDAY both Conscientious Objectors Other reasons for Debbie's :
.. .1'
and thousands of psychiatric
TRIPLE HORROR SHOW present happiness1 include a con- ;

OONT Miam IT ir yoUTHINK COMEDY were casualties due to among the preaching our troops of tract to appear in Las Vegas.Nev Going In To Television
YOU NAVI' THINIIIYII ., the prospect of more
In the time
clergymen peace adult comedienne roles and 1
AT TIM ONLY EVER MADE! years prior to Pearl Harbor I marital contentment. The.i By BOB THOMAS 'I told her, 'I've got a third act

"THE HAUNTING" .Nrww W Is the The more better of such the cases.preaching, Singer Eddie Fisher left her AP Movie-Television Writer and that's what matters.
IULII MIII"1 with two children and a wound HOLLYWOOD (AP- Samuel '
For the spiritual idealism "Th. first act Is not so Important -
ALSO liT IlePeale encouraged by churches helps ed heart In 1951 to marry Elizabeth Goldwyn, the foxy giant of the to me it's the finish
.011111 SNOWING) Taylor. Debbie now says movie world, has decided at the ;
*aWrisW Mrana Nsa la' SHOCKI! that produce result those In nervous inner conflicts break. she la happy In her marriage to age of 80 to enter the television that has alway mattered. I

downs. her second husband, multunillonalre t Impel field. like to know where I'm going."

"THE INNOCENTS" Hamlet's "To be or not to Harry Karl. Goldwyn announced this week
0110111111 iii"" be" was almllarly result' of Miss Reynolds, who began her Id11111 that he has formed an organization -
conflict between conscienceand career as the tomboyish "Miss i By Carroll Righter to distribute his movies to One Florida
AND AT II'M revenge Burbank of 1948," has emerged 1 television He also said that he

"THE TERROR" The greater the conscienceof in recent years as one of Holly : planned to go Into production of

Ol. KARLOFP a nation, the more neurotic wood's more glamorous wom- I films especially for television, District Seen
IN COLORFILMLAND- conflicts will result among its en. She still feels deeply grateful : ._ still reserving the possibility he
people. For tigers and lionsdon't to the movie industry for -- -------- may make another feature film
need psychiatrists! this transformation."When FRIDAY, FEB. 28, IH4 if he finds a project that excites Out Of Balance

mi IN ;Hf Am I started, I didn't even GENERAL TENDENCIES 22) You have but to under. him.
Queen MotherTo know how to dress I wore dungarees A fine day and evening to tie stand Intelligently what act. Time Is Right TALLAHASSEE (AP) At
TONIGHTSATURDAY and a shirt I had no yourself down to the specific: ual conditions are and you get least one of Florida's 12 con.
NIT NO.'I-TO: ONLY money, f\o taste and no. training tasks and obligations before results you want. Be charmingwith "For years people have been gressional districts was con

"JUBILEE TRAIL"'OIl..T Convalesce ," she said frankly. you and to make sure that you others. Show that you asking me when they can see cerned with the U. S. SupremeCourt's
TUC"III 7.1101, Her philosophy: do not overlook the least important have manners and savoir pictures like 'Best Years of Our ruling last week on equal
IN COLOn "Life Is both faith and love. detail in arranging to fa ire. Lives' and 'Pride of The Yan representation.
Aboard YachtLONDON Without faith, love Is only one have all of duties kees' on television," he said "I
NIT NO. } 'OS ONLY 7JdlO your proper. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct 22) Gov. Farris Bryant and Atty.
dimensional and Incomplete, ly handled with eclat and have always said I would not go
MARTY ROBBINS A fine day to rid yourself of Gen. James Kynes said Wednesday
(AP-Queen Mother Faith helps you to overlook Imagination as well in a very long-standing obligations and into television until the time that the 6th District surrounding
T.. Witter DMOrdlni SUr Elizabeth will convalesce other people's shortcomings, down-to. earth fashion. Aid dull duties that must be done was right. Now I think the time West Palm Beach

Naw .IIIINO o. OUTDOOItINTIIITA.NMINT Jones from her appendicitis operation and love them as they are those In distress. sometime Don't neglect those is right."I might be under represented In
IN TICHNICOLOR aboard the royal yacht Britan "If you ask too much of any ARIES (March 21 to April who are in need. Show that have not yet made any the way that the high court
"BALLAD OF A tASTMANCOlOR nia In the Caribbean next relationship, you can't help but 19) Fine day for getting your fine generous side of your nature deals with anyone. I will make tossed out congressional red istrlcting -
CUNFIGHTER"MIT a santo arms win must month, her household an be disappointed But If you ask desk cleared, files in order, the best deals I can. But I'm in the state of Georgia

nounced Wednesday night. nothing, you"can't be hurt or then looking after garden, car, SCORHO (Oct. 23 to Nov. not giving up the theater busl- But the said he hadno
SORRY NO CHILDREN'S She will to Jamaica via disappointed etc. Schedule time. governor
NO. _10,IS ONLY"God's fly pets your 21) Gadding about socially is ness. immediate plans to call a
TICKETS SOLD New York by scheduled airliner, Put aside engagements, plans,
fine for add. Concerning production of new
Little Acre"RoS.Y AT THE THEATERS very you today, special session for redistricting,
arriving March 12, and returnto for recreation.
films for television
RYAN A. TY. ing new names to present particularly since Florida's 1961
.... ,_ _.l. 4 England April 1.I TAURUS (April 20 to May
< ._0 riLMLANB ORIVI. .IN guest list. Show others you remarked: law was upheld by the State Su'
I ..,Tomorrow' BallaC,".r 0 20)) Getting charm improved so know what It Is you want. Then "I'm ham I'm an egotist and there
a no
Court was
Torlaj'ub'liii "Ood Lllil. Am and .
1 i 1;"' Mug[ Room Comfort With Clout/ I Soff Push Back Chain Glove T"II" TH"'T' that others to you will Is be highly quickly recom attracted work hard to get it. I have spent 50 years In this other legal challenge on file.

. !'J..JIII lads l ILK[L1ND. "1 non.INOafh' mended. Be sure to get special SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to business building a name that The U. S. Supreme Court said
Today. ..on.and, ,.Tomorrow" ; Ch.rada" and abilities before the influential Dec. 21 ) You have much Interest meant quality, and I intend to in the Georgia opinion that con-'
.ownrowTODAY PO'LK !In civic affairs and it. I not into
Tod., and TMIATtK later. Ply hobby tonight can protect am going gressional districts must contain -
lomorro.; Coplol" Nawman -
make the right Impression on television to make a fast buck.
M D .... GEMINI (May 21 to June equal numbers of people.
OPEN Tod.l: Koom 4J. ,: ana "N.'ure olrli 21) This is the right day to big wigs. Make sure that Quantity is not important to 'waUU" UUUREDWOOD. .))
tha BlaTF.'omorrow your credit is good. Quickly me; I am seeking quality"Writers
12:45 With your gall, : Abbott and Ci tllo M.tJ..k straighten out certain family
tel. ffnlUy' H'aiutalk and "tap.SILVIM matters that have been pend pay off current bills. First
corporal, MOON DKIVI.INW. ing for some time. Be thoughtful CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to I
and Tomorrow "Tl> HwnbsueTerror said "The first
Jan 20 New situations suddenly Goldwyn :
end r The. Inn.'n' and "Tb. of kin. Show that you area
you'll upcourtmartialed 1. present themselves and thing I will do Is hire two or .
devoted out.
OTNSAOaURNDALaAuburnbbun CIT..S person. Forget
"DIn"lond, these can be steppingstones to three good writers to work on : Weed EternalDetsUi
Alter Dark and Luila. OrAUBUR"DAL .at lid-. side activities for now The
success Be happy to do work scripts. Writing has always *
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required of Get rid of that been the Important thing with
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I and The West 8I1ui'
foster general : Z "Burl Part*" buying, selling, getting the long standing obligation. me."I
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California/ Give to their justifiable and liabilities on paper. none. Once I had Gary
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: .. ol Merlin Jane" and "tunuatMy ; plaints, make amends
Du.t"PLANT work. Be happy, thoughtful, year at 110,000 a week but I had
"How could I tee my Salami J'! CITY Blarlllli' "Tha Prl..." LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21)
in Tha Mnwurl 'Trav.l.r" and Op- No better day than this to with mate tonight no picture for him. ,Then one LUMBER
battiioberGREGORY antlers" B1k1nl :
somebody's) ; srttniNO .-. Florida' Ballad of the take right steps that will Increase PISCES (Feb. 20 to March night my wife and I laW a newsreel
Vdnappw "
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Gehrig's at "
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roe)! Explain that+to and tha ..." andWAUCHULA""rlarlllt Listen to what banking busi- to partners and this Is the dayto the Coliseum (Yankee Stadium) "
f dj The PrlnaTamm > have be sure to keep them. Con in New York. We both cried. SO TEARS .
v? T stopped and AS. Doctor and Sr.brn ness, personnel to sug S
,t_ reading L.nd"WINTER gest. Follow constructive centrate on work at hand Forget I "I told my wife, 'There's my 510 Wise Mali> sj
t )your file wttenIneadied WINTaRHaven HAVEN--RII. Charadf Dalr. fire, ideas about going off on tangents next story for Gary Cooper. 0 hone MU 2-2191 _

1 :h. Man a Wit Fact'haul a and Fat.cr.amlru" PlrnaUiout VIRGO (Aug, 22 to Sept._ ; otherwise you lose 'But there is no story,' she said .tII. U UUeU.
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DEAR ABBY: When my daughter |(was In college ahe I have gone out on dates with him to many other things butI '1{ tlYurn DON'T BOTHER PRECISELY" WHY THE: BRITISH MAIDEN

t loped with a l-foot-2. eyej-of-blue football star. We were don't want to be escorted to this important affair by a boy ME.r.r-CAN'TVOU LADIES?PATRIOTIC SOCIETV(SHEKEL

who is short. I'm afraid will\ look like of 61R!! SEE: CM HOT ON YOU MAY\ INVESTIGATE usALPI4Ae.E.TICALL'I1
1 upset at first but got over It. Here' the problem. Every time so we a couple midgets THE PO/AL BALLET WILL BE PESUMEU MV
walking In. I don't know how to refuse him without his TMt TRAIL OF A
they stay over night with u, I have to air out alt the bedding hurting AS SOON AS DETECTIVE FOSDICK CRIMINAL ? / NAME IS ARDENT A.
/ afterwards. My son-in-law has a very obnoxious odor to his WISH HE WERE TALLER t"AS ROYAL PERMISSION

feet. It about knocks you over. It penetrates the mattress and DEAR WISH: Since you found this boy tall enough t. KNOW

blankets too. The sheets I can launder. I've asked my daughter date on other occasions, there Is no way to refuse his prom ; aiLl

to tell him to do something about It and she says there invitation without hurting his feelings. II his size bothers you tS i

is nothing he can do. He washes his feet twice a dAY and wears quit dating him entirely and let him find a girl who measures ., t 1 1rln

only white cocks. She said he hid some kind of jungle fungus a man. from his'eyebrows upt?

while he was In the Marines but he's over that now. For a 7- ftJ111

girl who couldn't stand the good clean odor of onions cooking. DEAR ABBY I read In your column that a girl and her T

this takes the cakei Love isn't only blind It smells What do boy friend had a fight because they didn't know who should r %'%Y +,

you suggest? hang up the telephone first. Maybe this will\ help. My boy friend

MIDWEST MOM and I. count one-two-three together and then we both hang tip.ML. _.--- _. -- .- -
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DEAR ABBY: I am a>17-year-old girl who has been going good ones -NOWfy 0 00N n

9 with a 19-year-old college sophomore since September. He 1 sonly INTERESTEDDEAR t0 'oolio 3 oatao .O o'C

S ft. 4, and I am I ft. 3 In Hats. My problem Is that he INTERESTED! If there are, they are Ilk. eggs. / d
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serious located at the intersection 01 Deputy Sheriff Charley Coins I port. the amendment to makeit a Ecuoo
II Central said another of the firma trucks The couple married In Loa effective.
NW and West ; DFF NIS
Ith Street ..
S 1945 and
Angeles Sept. separated
was fired on yesterday
The Conservative 'f3W" DIG?
Avenue. = I last Aug. 15, the petition government '
oo o Some 120 employes struck laid.I proposed the change as part ol r = \ VV
Florida Steel Jan. 31 In a dispute a new unified defense setup under 1
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r-:1 RADIO over a new contract first which the Admiralty will IW- ..
& TV SERVICE to be negotiated by the United Many United States agricultural become a subsidiary of the Defense 'd.

._ N. M Nh. Ownwlu Steel Workers Union which became I products are bartered for Council. 6 4 1 '
a nn. aL.N bargaining agent for the itrategic defense materials 1' 1 MA/

MY."..7.1k5a. P Nb. M.Ma NIN'a IUiI I workers last July, The principalissue about I 1.5\ billion worth since A marsupial Is a pouched a5- ie 1
Is wages. I 1954. I imal. {


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_/ OL.K COUNTY .FLORiDA IN THE COUNTY .... 53 Help! Wanted Female SalwmM 65 Mora,"
"'11. No, Illbl.I?.140I JUDOC COURT IN AND FOR ADVERTISINGRATES 1 14 Building, Carpentering I 5

):'I'A TIC 0V POLK COUNTY, .FLORIDA WANTED: TWO commission BUY .UI. .11 Pofinams. PA
Jack Webb's Wife 11'111:1 I !: HHSELL BNODQRAft In R.: Ktat or Ln HOlE SEPAIRI, palatInt. roof. wlrritwac WANno are I t Smissiops Pnis Coumtc. Anolwmstonlal. sod V Pleat '
1)1:".HABUINOTICa KOnRST V, SIMMER. alsoknown "lob, SI Ira Work. drlv.wara, 30. ,1 Weal M.ol.1 .0.1.. II. .0' 10445.Laauiamd .>l> Corp. of Florid, lot .Plo

TO CREDITORa" *. FOREST VISHUA IH ... Typ ; .. ..b.n.. Fluflds rooms. CAN i.i B wwk In .....W.t Ifs Are. MU 0-IU7
rKRtUINH HAMNQI. KIM M kit. .... (yen 5.3000. Inceon' flnt
Seeking DivorceLOS 111 All Wlnunun" It WordaMlnlmvm .tm.t. I 10" hoe FOR IAL.Beaeaned mat .
,' .A IMS! UK niCMANUMMJAINHT DceaadTo Ilumlous Supply I Ia ouitomere with ei aALINAN.."ANT&. HIM email balance 00
$All) JoKTATEld : : All Creditor and Pereone llsvIng W- Criarjo-SI.OJ .. .p.lr. of5.lOpa. rluaioO Hltliaway CO..t. d.II. V.501110.0..10. local p..rl. .Oils ha.nousl .
YiJ ./ each of )ou are hereby t IsUin or Uemandi Alna I I I M 1. LentIl. p.,. 'SOomil'a.tina .t* ..r.o. 0_. Du. ..pa' Ill., ho.PI.." .a.lll.Pf.
ANGELES CAP) Ac. ".,.,1110.A and required to file ally Paid Kstat: I Word Day PaPa Day Day CompanVPhone 10... .UI7. I Oladf 1.1., .ru.Aeolc Sordas 5 ,.
treae Jacqueline Loughery 33.: I In;III':: und demands vthloh youehh <... You and each or yon. are h.... MU a.1X12. A. 81.1a Avenue h.IUt. Wire Dl

hat filed I"f YOll. may. haegalni by notified to file In uplicl Ie all ill 'i ii Yf nr ills ..,0. MU WO.P. Bea*. COMPANY dlltrlc .Lb' D.I. HORTICULURE
for divorce from actor aid cetite In Ito offlo 7of IIO!' claim and demand which "01.ube" i IKIURANC eaperienoM pri.eata 'AINAN' ALUII"1 prod
tile ..stal of FOR MU
producer Jack Webb charging Kl hAul A IIIIONHOV County sgsliist 21 Reefing t aecretary who la a 50mmOaala oom..lo" ..
I I"dl/O': 'I'I P..lk Innnty. *t lit. olr Ear. V. ICIMMICH alan known nrtJRFttT CLABOIFIBD. apace RATBBU I chruuan, BtarUa* plume t.28.11. 1.. 7 Fartllliar f...s.i
extreme mental cruelty. ,. .' '"M the t'ourt house In Barto. VIBHLA MVMKR. ; .onl.
The onetime Mln U.S.A. and I 1"I".leI.. 0 I II h I n nix calendar neaeed, In Ito office of RICItAHlBMONHON = CLABBIFIED DI8PLAT RATE Baas payment. Mootnnei loose pr fL.r U Dlttrlct 51 Work Wanted :GROUND FEAT muck. Feat an.
,nnnthn from the time of the first A. County Judge, at, >> oa 10 pec eolumn lank Lumber Company eot too. ..0. ..* AF LektlandFlorida 01 HIM Located 1900 .I.'L'

Webb were married June 24. iibllfillon if ibis nolle. KaniHln .. hi. office In the Court House a I Contract Raw. Opec RenMet W. Main. MU 04141 TRACTOR WORK wanted Mw O'N.I. MU :" .
1958. demand must In writ. ..tow. Florida. within *lx oalen. '
or n* .
rMldentlal .. A SPLENDID oppoitimltr. mu IBI and discing Hew *qulpmenQuick CLEAN PHOSPHATE land to,
1:1: mid main th* place nf ...1. dar months from IM4 WANT AD DEADLINE free saIl'maleO. pied and dirt tor .
bh':7.t : or replac or tloil. 005 II M MOL CoO far lawn Ale 111B
LIOAL "D"I"TlUMINTNOTICII dci,. ,. and post ,.ffi'a addroagthe 01 which' la th. date ot pub.ilr.tion WORD AIM AND SPACE AOl m..la rf. .P.I' on miUiemsltcl .ntypln Power MO 0-OQ.l MU *->01i.
... d moot b ( or this nolle. Bach ClaIm == "N.t .o Dul.
0" INTINTION TO 1.11 nantan iworIn 030 pm. day befor publlra.Ins Weal MU oneudsauusuelul. ,
140 Clol. .
MAKII APPLICAtION "OA h,' the ilalment, Via agentattnriey or 0' lemsnd moat b* In writing. ( leieept Bundr. paper > ".0' mplov bensfit ALTERING KIPPERS kinds replacedrrwiavlne MrHoueer T QUAUf P..o. ad Ar.
FINAL DIICHAPIOB or th* eat',. shall be mart slain Ih. place of reslosnci ads mutt be la eur aDIos *. Lot of rom for pdnaare.moot. 540. tewlni Horlolk 1 Circle: f. nbnnarlIpids.
.nd post .Woo .dd.... of theohaimsot 24 Platter ,.__,,. Will deliver 4U5'10l4.iiiYjR1LtzL .
In Rel. KpUto of old fore 430:: ..m. FrldwtCLAB8IFIBO Apply u P. O Boi 1C "
rnttst b* .worn t. and I WB ruler work .10..1
FRANK lrMn.LAN Lakeland D *. *ood Itlardea
must bo riled aa aforesaid, or elsa PLAOTKRINO. aeieeUlngl. lendecanlns AI. 10
A. Administrator CTA 110001. before puklttO.tins I PATII. and flowere noun
AI U WHOM IT MAY CON day LAD1EB & eamass iso In OOO1O41SM0130 .r
of sold enlat name i Will .become void luod.,'. 01..1.Id Idll. rill dirt. ReMoaable. lack SOn. StlOOATTENTION .
CFRNl.iilnlelratrli names paper com and coMe pleaiant work U
$00, I. h..bv ,h'.n that I I' 7ft' IC. M KMQHTAdministrator C.T.A. ra ad. musk ** IB our olflo Prt- .Nl. .. ... .Jel T la* **adlt4on* *t U earn klIne OROVB ewoen and
Ad. day belore II.00 noon). IU '1' ... WANT wool and
h." 01.11 my final r.port SR NOTiCE OF BALI U. I (" T A.. ne lbs *otote tlNCBRNl fall ado moat be In the Ledierfflo PLAIN OR .rD..oto. Fleeter p.' For p5101mm e. hau
of Oaro)>n F. Boyd, deceased: th't, TO TV IIOM IT MAT. CERTIFICATE 0. before 11'00 ... Bat.rday In. and p."hln. Invited' 10..18 0044145 dolL lob KM ..n 002.also. Trick lot C. Well. Uk.
hereby notified that
You tbfolloolnE
are '
I h... filed my .petition for tlnirllichara .) tehkleil CORPORATE DIIIOLUTION for publlcauoa la Moa. pro *eumu*. Henry WU. land. MU a-OOOOl AuburndalWO .,
:*. atul I tlnb will pily I IIn l ,, Ford Won IN THE NAME AND av THE Pupa piper. 1100,5 I. MU 00740BUSINESS. 'LO0 FlItIBINO. ...., 7.1.7.

th* IION I A. BRoN. "oj'Ooi'N14i1$1nt AUTHORITY. 0. THE Th* Ledger will Dot b* re.ponilbK WIN TRIP "lU"', Interior. ...10 .

N..kioriti.County; : Judge of Polk Onun lll I In sold at public Pal* *t tide, STATE 0" .FLORIDA for more ttoaa on* SERVICE T .ealumshea. roa000shls Tur'nas.wiiIi'gtip Pt'iroa.. 72 Flowers, Seeds, PlantsCOLD
Iv, on ti. lint diy or Incorrect Inwrtioa WORLD'S ,
0' I I"K >n Ih. 6th dan of March., TO A 1.1. TO WIfOIlt THESitPR"NTII FAR .U3 ..al. M.

Mann' IM4,o.'otlnrl1d..; l. of. titMm : not it Panlela I Ford Conipany' WPnrk .' : 8fALL COME, THE UKHAND LEDGER .ld.I poepls I. m.howe. HARD. fit growlniprivet
and )
N and also EARN
.. and Harlow Av*., AuburndHl lRKICTINUIt: 36 La""I.wr ft need MU 04404.GENERAL Sodas plants. 30" hunk.
Administrate CTof. Hiomul S"k.laPA1
., '" MurlriaDie 1 Where.., J'tlN P. COOL l.AKJt. TELEPHONE "The AVON Wiy'Call .orb. II 00 desrn delivered MU 3.tt2..
of E. dcIhl money
C.ro'n Botd
proceed of the will h
ON all ,
ve..rel.; 'HPlHril. to th. payment of the coif >, I-LORIDAI i M K: MU 6-1151 l.k. 1..0.. tacos. AZALEA 8AI lr. bloomingAulese
.11 eniinee ::1 Job too swill-Ice
of ai
list da* 4 I Rome
ITiJlk ,, retaking' ;. etorlng. and maim c' PENN, UAKFbAM). FI,ORIDA' malea oa Oable AutoElootrie 682-4137 5014231.OEWINIJ O.a. eoDr.
/ / TKD llOYD. 'I HIM motor vehicle and the root of did 1 on th* 17th day of April. A. n >OI. Florida Ate Bony .lb. Bvenreento
.. I for details .,
A< ". C.T.A. puRl. l Ion of nolk I of asle and lOb Oeaues to b* Incorporated imde Nol or AND silo rslless. AUk'Dd. u*, 0. atutraoonOwen .
a Phone MU
nf- tha ..t.,. of hen i I'< the .II.r.rllOIl ef tra hal the lwa nf the fl.te nf Klnrldi1UNTINOTON ANNOUNCEMENTS a:1. .. W. vowos'a sad eVil.Ares's 'i 1. ,, 432 Soul pi.
( cretIn B. od.. Write P. O Box 1395 CII pick g. sad .
an" toe under rontrict t wIth KBTATfcS: INC. Mattress 111"atla. 'U'I rid.
DeceasedPOLK I Jam,K Weeks, Ill K. RohlneorAuburnAal a ooriMitlnn. with It. rrlnclpnnlar J No obligation 0004173.
tl724'iN *. rlorlds rovsrlng the of bltelnee at IAKMANDOLK 2 Card of ThankiT WOMAN would IAn 73 Faedi, Fruits/ VrllsOlAIOn.

THI CIRCUIT COURT OW'THI fln.nl"or nf aald motor vehloli. COUNTY: In lbs (Mat* o, IATTRI8S IKOVAnO I. CLR&. dies work. C.I IUWI
TeNTH JUDICIAL CICCUITOW Any ,,,.ph... will ho paid to you. Florida,\ and whore auch oorporatlnn die e rvle*. Coalpaw WAII WANTI. Maul be .:;&:.r(f. OIIPDI.. PIpSod
MU .
..LOAIOA IN AND "01'1' and \nu will remain' liable for any did nn tha Kth dar n, thou who npreeeed their Pbon a. .1 O" .1 1oI P'lorldoMA Ironln' I. koms. dil'. & D.o. 1'1
COUNTY. IN CHANCY bnlsnct remaining unpaid und. ",February. A. n 1M4, raua to befli.d rmpauir In eo many beeuuful A..u.. D 'Z' Tusaa. Road. .
en no MI4i'10' .inn said contrail In th* offlc of lbs secretary and practical wan during cut 49> WII!! 'I" Mi. Nl. 101 QUALITY TREE ripe adios rr.IL. "
is: RBI: AIKIPTION or WILLIAM > Ht...'JATFH DISCOUNTIOHPORATION of Htat of the State or Florida recent bereavement, w* eiUnd .. Picked dellv Special order*. ?.
ATRICK RANK. JR. Iha documentary authority roqulred our hiarUelt tbanka Ouch kind' JET MONTOOMCRY Ward <.1 DEINDABL COLORED wOol a .'t Ft*,
AND BARTON LFHKANK Gy albert Matthew tinder Beet Ion 001.IT. Florida aeeew oaa novae M forgotten rear ..*U and Iniiall Tour ..I ..clod. 51 p imp. C.I.1.130.. a.Hiskwap .
MINORS. BY ill H. Kentucky Avenue Mtatutea, enowlng the dluoluUonr THB HUSBAND. CHTLDRBN HUM, D* I* m rnonUie I par EMPLOYMENT Urn* jot All 762 1014. duo .11. ..1 ,
WILLIAM I.F.I'J "LINK. Lakeland Klorlda punt corporation pisap MU i. IBX CI" I.
$ (>I"A THKlL 1"1M Now therefore. th* Secretary or AND OIANDIII OP CIT
CAI."g'tlK.;: "tat* doe. hereby certify to the NIY JZltl EMPLOYMENT FEE % FINANCIAL 76 landuaplng
TOlWITUAM, P. KANB IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THI oregolnaand that ha la aatlafledbat .

Lout known address r ildene TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Ol the requirement* or tbs law 208 ARCADE BLDG.See HARDY SOD CO.
.,) FLORIDA, IN AND FOR *>OLCOUNTV ( hays been compiled with. 4 Lit and Found 52 WonUdUIODLI I
111 Harrl.on Street IN CHANCERVMORTOAOa IV WITNESs WHKR.XF I have Help ( Tharadafi Ad) 6 l.*lneii Opportunities HceiUiy, Lawn oraiee*

Nil.. Ohio FORECLOSURE rrennta eel my hand and havefflxed P'OUneD: LIVER aod ..hi. DtblnL; ESTIMATES
YOU ARK Hh-REBY NOTIF1K1ttmt ) CAHIC NO. .nu.II.|| the Great Real of the Stale .'. North aidu Cl tows. Cal pint AGED oeupl. bondableto r 54 f Help Wonted Mele ROICB BDBINBM and Incomproperuaa FREr
laQlaan ,
a P.llilnn !-.. been riled into flAIIT RIVER RAVINGS of Florida at Tallaraeeee. the ''. operate. Writ pack(uU***varueulan. Mel Rude. LMLA.A.aitec. .. 110 01"0.. MU e-OM

ephov.e' court by WllllinLea BANK a Corporation. Oapllnl. trill the TWPNTYFOUKTH LOOT: BILL. Contain about p. o Box 1014, Laieland OPPORirmnri 04107i Itil. ...o.laI BlfdUU -
C.IEI .talo.
Cllnker-aiea, stepfather for the PlaIntIffIORORORVi. day of FkBRUARYA ala eardeNorthiide .
00 work
adoption. nf William Patrick KaniJr 'I D IXISKAL Id.nlll.Uoo. .. about I EXPERIENCED CK. apply IB.,'pOol,J.1 per Inniraor r. r. COIN Luodrl..waehera. Idrlert INSRUCIONI.

and Burton Lea Kane. rnlnon. KFRRIQAV: and ( ) TOM ADAMS a m.. February C.. I.7T71. perm noV .It Cleocns.resisunaul. liremtnt prafram Aped 01.1440married .1. I.Uo. bLI
Iv the petitioner. William I*.' wife. lURRARA K. Secretary of rJlat tot teak U I. But W.Dra blih ecbeol tradutt 5. (10 7U i. 0.
MOTK JONFK: TTU : 0.1 I.." Bl"d. Qgo-4101 Stbeeli
C llnkncite I are require KrKRKIAN ',"I'.n"' Ph500 0534400. lop
In serve a ..:poTol':.' Answer or and wife, 1..ol'11I"1 R JONES
PUBLIC NOTICE 5 Panonal FOB BALE: Mulberry TV and Appllure -
Objection to dhow canoe why Miti BFRVAnlNB KEMLR!:. a Nolle I Is hereby given that tP'o.t NOtCH MAN It t 44 for debit WlDlelHama All ..k and equipmentolue FLORIDA LARGEsT and I Iaiodera ...,
elltlon should not b* granted. on "widow et al. ; or Lk Wa. Ouaraa.l.od Weetera beautr ohll. LakelaaBrauir .
CIty' Commlaalon I of tha City of soy. .. and '410M Onion "'0.' Oo
tr attorney for PetitionerTROIANO Defendant. 11 .11. Celleie. 110 PineCompletely .
bid going bualneu Htalta force* '
Mead will accept on month, eiperlenee .
1 UBeMuarrcomplete
ANI> ROBERTa. P 09'rawer NOTICI OF SUIT INMORTGAGE .ld. IU $1000 Phone *onduened
lneut'altca for workman. eomnenatlon for Culberiea .nln. MUI.r. .o.I'
program Ap-
I2H lakeland Klorltla. .nel "
< alPI.
natural xa* dlntrlhutlon ply 113* 0.1.1 (IvdLakeland .. 141.
file the original In the ..!fir. of : UFORflK B. KKHHIOAN and TRADING escbaosed ar .
.TANP THIS month oily. Cow
ability and liability between
on THE 5 30 and JtKELANO FINEOT moot
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on'' elf. HARBARA E.HI bo.h" AII.. 11 Lash Li.s. .'PEIL .. Cow., 0100.34ta .
HUMAN oIl operation property, ownerahlp '. oon or phone MV a'1741 In loon *ela operawd laundromat .
or hefor April t, iced, .0" tooli Included Fay .
wlf and vehicle coverageInformation .Pllnt.nL. For healtk reaeona lea (dg. a
Herein full. rotor a decree prconfeeso POCK JONEK and I needed for biddingiiruoaea CHRISTIAN N D R 11 N O home Drive ,oa learn. Contact Colonial Beau
will bo entered .again' IX1USK R. JOMKHeildences may h. secured from the open Special attention gives to .&PIRINCJ otoom. n.bso.to. .o vr Bcheol. Ola SoOth Florida Avenue .
I : nknown: fflc of th Clerk/ hIde the need sack patlsnk wasp oppoe.lunllirn. TlaR PARK 24 .. 0 Lakeland Phone UU 1.14J .
yvVITNEr YOU Kern d City o 101.I'J. Call Otamin, "d f houMon
lleorie U aaoftn new
ll my iho cent 11'' ..1.. .drl.
rnt't: B. flock moat h* plainly marked 'HICAL PERSON for lb Bo.
of mid Oourt Poll I wife Usrbara Kerrigan, lD 1.11 .PPlot" aere* 10.0. Wr.
Jonci wife Louie R. Jones BU> BIDS ON INHURANCB and BLIP Con.. Oboe 200 .<-161. .
( onnty. }'inrida. this lilh day 0rfhruary EXPERT HEAT pump sad com.nerclsl L.
:I In the offlc of lbs city Mana >ut Road 484- 07i. Dra.perlea .
and unit <
I I48KAL your nown.pnuaca an sir conditioning sernmrewas. NEXD 'OPERATOR for oil \
1 reF not later than 7all, P.M.. allp aoveri major
( !: ) P H. PLOAN JR all unknown partial claIming In. ue.der. March loth at which tIne ...pr.d. Top via.with l com oompanr aervlr* alatton. Bmal
Dork riroult Court tempt by. through o sgnlnst t you AOLI. InitallMloa'Hun. jsnr Reply to Box F. 03-0t t .r Dogs, Cats, Pets
the" will b and roda and .pll
I opened publlcl) Ik. "ulr"
and all known parllea having 01I'lalmlig .I". I
By Vivian A. PurvlaDoputy h title; ....eI. 01 eemplea t choo>o from WHO end LedierI n..bt ....UJ.DESIRABLE
to araan y right .
ClerkIN Tha City .... the right tn NOW' W.nl ..
or Interest In th* property hereinafter .n. OPAL' BEAUTY U pniems. .WYI I. bet- BOARDINO HOLY KeanelChrle
_t.U__ den.rlhed, ar. hereby notified ccrpt or reject any and/or all In Medulla Sop. .. Ill ,ou..I" Rnsusto C.P, P. O.B. and Ted ... Mr.
THII CIRCUIT COURT. ""ompl.lnt 10 foreelnoa 5 bids and to waive any form lilIes BouUl ordea Drive' Plain aba,.. I Mi Lakeland I Mulberry Highway Fboa M30X3

TKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT thstain Mortgag on th. following It beingtb* Intent and purpnarf Poe and aet. 8. OU abampooII1 OWNSthe 1 MAN .
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA described property, to.wit, : lbs city CommunIon to get the pad set, 1. HIIou. PtoOP.rwascsto Mutt feat WAKI rnl.lll I WIRE o HAIR Toy
FARM UACHINCTT BUsrWaUftCODtlittn Chlb"au.
IN CHANCIRYCASE Ixit a, StOol It. MKIEWOOD h out coverage at th. loweat poe '1 I. up Phone tsmcOS sd be capable.. axumng Terriers, P.ln. .
ot lint ol .
NO 06ft. IXIOKET It. ARK SUBDIVISION, LNITl bl* coetCITY Is.84. 000 0100. nepontlbllltr Work In kIlnI'em Oermsn 'b.ph.d.tropical tub
PAOB NO. ir, lakeland' FlorIda, accord. Or FORT MFADH" I 1 bra plus otlkr Coed 11. 01 and eupplleiCoker .
1. AUTO INBURANCB Bad an aecldent e dan Including veektndiMailmum Induairi! .nal. .onk..
MARJORIE KATHRYN ROFtSON lull to the plat thereof. r*. : ORAOY COURTNEY Y no Insurance! Elihtnonthi bn.Ute 1.lud. paidacatloa 10..n.rulsiod) oqulpmtnt mot.. P.. 11 Norl Era.

l'I.lntlff. corded In Plat Book 43. Pure U.'O' City Manager and Clerk 'par C.I MU 0. 4toDODYB Wi ., rlgbt man Id r ptr.p4.ru. repair trurk.Ofl.oo .. lucky. N 0.18&'.
0. Public Record of Folk .t g70 per adfane Iop.
found furnIture POODLE Bbopp P.
(JMALEII ROBTOON. "1\.. County. Florida. I IN THI CIRCUIT COURT C. PA8IUe. 3032 NorthFlorida article you've nent. Apply R.I... ...P.atMondir ., to oU M 1.I"r.. BI' grooming. pup.
n.ncl.nt ha. been filed against you and TIlE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Ol. ef butlneesPattern aaUirdar. Prlo mask sot out ,.. Pl.'.101. Kitbiuee .L.d.Slop.
| BUt
NOTICK, OF hUll you are required Iosuev.aenp 0. THE STATE 0" FLORIDA N. 10 .Button *lTraniportatian < may trying to reach 111 But Mala Street o 053-4040. Ro".. ..Id..

TUB l tm"o"'BI';' TOlOMA I IAdd. ..f your Answer or Pleading to the IN AND FOR' FOLK COUNTY b ,.1. a 'unda" .U bfrrII.atOer for
JR, Complaint on Plaintiff attorney CHAN CRV NO. .27.7..101 MU oalNAN IHEP'R"UO
( .... aV roHldanco unknown) Jame. F :tMtn P. 0. Dna II, CITIZENS NATIONAL. BANK 7 you. Be sure t read the PAUL NAYLOR .JI IU .

You .r. hereby notified that a Lakeland I : Klorld'i:; end III.I the OK"" BT PKTKR8BURO a MOTORS PUPPIES 0 orsolu. 10
null for divorce baa bon flied 0.11(1".1 Answer 0' Pleading In th. I BEERMAN REALTY PDL Very reaeonable Cal
National Banking Aaeoclat' ,
a>aln.t yon In IV. abova mtltleiraiiMt off It'* of th. clerk of the Circuit Plaintiff, DRIVINO TO. L. Anielei March "Lost and Found" ada In Tour Quality Ramblef D.lo MU 0..aul.1118T1"1.
I. Take ehare
and that you are herebyrequIred ] C oortonnr befor the 11th Is) Vs.CORBET. ,, enpeniei 021 C. Fie. a 1151
Call AuburndeH, WO 7 4011 alter A.
to peeve a envy or your if March A..xP.., 1664 If you fall CRAVEY, .t U.. .tG.. .. the classified a action WANTS U ML Clu"uo. .
.n.w.r or othor written drfenimupin to do ao: a ... Pro Cnnfeasc flnfcndant I .a .ut..bl. neehanlg (onr. puppl.001055,5. 5 toe terRor .ald.,.-
THOIANO aY ROBKHTH. will b* taken a.sln.t you for the I NOTICE or SUIT o. .ndl"o. eipertoace m. 1001,0. Rskbitl'y, '
plaintiff. attorney., whoa ..ddreaoI. relief demanded In th* Complaint YES RTATB!) 01" FtXIRIPAf now. Puid vacatloaa lire Uuurance OWNER DESPERATE! 1.10.MYNAH
in I'. O Drawer 121 LoVeland. This Nolle irall b* published USE UDCIlt and hospItal penellu Ou>ran> BIRD. I'pasro old ash
Tot MAKFIIA F ( RA V&Y' and 1
Morlda, or b foro tha lint day tend Hlar eemmlulon bail ..... Call .
on nnc* erh wek for four conaecu heir. ? *a ..
nf March, A D, 1064, and before Ova ......k. In the Lakeland I.cdgnc0'IlrIND any granleee trueteea apouaea aaalgneealelnora ADS run la the futon growing d..I'1 Fully stocked and equipped POODLE puppy Beau
or immoiateIy' t'ereofiee te file CLASSIFD .r>hlp I. central Florid Apple going and tackle shop "RENC aid male
creditor. othetrlalmanta gun
with th.. Clerk or the ahove .t'l.eI or Roe Porter. Service Miniaer lul 11.I.tu.
ORDERED at Bar deep brown
('ourt th* orlitlnal' of aid mower tow. Florida, this lath day of Keb .tbY MARTHA, through, tinderor KtRAKV 034 .N.I.. MU 2011)PRODUCTION In excellent location for LEO.r. paven 0100 ....la..Ik.

0' aald written d.fcnau, If .n,. ruary. A. IM4 only $8.500 with good terma
If you fall to do an. d eon.. pro / rl). H: SIOAV JR. fAL CHIHUAHOA puppr for
'OlIr..oII\ he .nt.r.d .1.ln. KAVKY. i only more than ...k old 130 BouUl
( Urcu" Court Inventor .a.
you for the relief demanded In the iraa- You are hereby notified that a BUSINESS SERVICEDIRECTORY cost I CO-1733. 1 U.cl. "oo.
SIIIt raa been fIle agalnet t you and LABORERS m.o
Comp'alnt.WIT.NfcKR hand and offlcla I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0. ,,'.,'h of you by ClrUKNg NA.l'iINAL Livestock

peel of nfflc my at Bonny Polk, THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIA. RANK OK II?. I-TEI1H .oral photphat operation U aeeptlng .I' MEL RUDY 1
Shim CUlT 0. THE STATE 0'- Bl"t'l In the abov* entitled camend eppllcaUon irs blab
Florida jltb day
ounty. olJehrusry.
A. D 10114SEAL FLORIDA, IN AND FOR. POLK that you aro hereby required .nool ..duat. to be LMLA-REALTOR BUY 1ODI freeser hoof now *0*
COUNTY IN CHANCERY. 10 file your An.wer with lbs ('lrrkof lee I lb., wrapped "b.,* erislf
II. .17%.
( ) Clark D Circuit HMAN Court No 0277!.12.tOT thin court. and I Oecrcst copy ioren Appll.at I MORTGAGE BROKER Phons N. MU

By Robert D BueltlE FIRST NA1IONAL BANK 00'DUNEDIN <1 I"hereof upon tr. plaintiff orlalnllffe FOR YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE .ood .., on.ld"1 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. :J..
Clerk Attorney, whOeOacnnd nd be willing to work
t'.Ml Deputy Plaintiff addrera la, ALBERT C. WKKY : WHEN YOU NEED ITt Ins thUt auignmeou dial 6107 any time

-v. Attorney at Law 004t Central wr 0. between g 3 a jn. and ROCEMINO. CURINO. ratal
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF CHARLES RIOOWN .t u", f Avenue. Kl. peternburf. Florida .1 30 am. at the .plo'.t'OU. '
TH( TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .t .1 nol later than March II 1. 1181. fwraltureRowoovlnj and wheleial, tale. Quality

IN AND .FOR. ticfcnlanta. If you fall to do eo. Peer Pro 9I ApplalcePR EXCLUSIVEFRNCHSE neat, guaranteed. .delivery

POLK COUNTY, FLORIDAIN NOTICE OF SUIT onfeaeo will b* entered agaInst PROMPT repaln .. rafrlg. InaiDha DeuO fu"nu.SpIres I t* *r whole o.uarUr beef

I CMANCBRVJ TUB STATE OK FLORIDA TO coIn for the relief demanded In the washing machine, and.ipllanoe M.lh.r' "01"., Pboo 'U INERNATINAL J O Meal O. 140 Waal Malaartow .
r. LEWIS* and H. (1> WHARTON omplalntTh *. till Thrifty City, 0131. A
STANLEY; OVERSTREKT.t ...I.n.* of ABC Window nature or said putt being Bervlc D.'I'"t -0100. & CHEMICAL CORP. ,3a.1o.

al PlaitIffoYR I oorpontlin for forecloeur or mortgaE reorded Lump .. Avenu
add... unknown ,' In Official Racorda Book Auto Repairs Service Rlp.lr .."O.a.. Florida KOIN XLDDN. we Vane t. stIr.eteud .
WILIIAM HENRY It FRIERt You are hereby notified that a 077 page ID6. Puhllo Records of Inrallosa In 01151 eneolat- aix 1 month old ..1.... 0 pert
al efi.ndsnts tOil haa born brought aialnat Polk County Florida. covering: fAMPO. ".PLC..N.bl. .
you RICHARD S ,Love .. VILL TPAY g2S per week lor 3voaks ed no competition arrae Ultra naui on* Oiwraaey heifer. N
NOTICE OF BUITIV In th* Circuit Court fur folk (0n., Begin lit feet Houth nf tr* anDN11 .la coderS operated. aelf Service 0-0004.
THH NAMhi UK THIS STATEOP ty Florida In Chancery, by FIRerNATIONAL NB' Corner of Lot 171 VVAHNrTA ... vie*.. C"pl.. "I. nu.8Iwdl.. 11 .,1 Orleusa .oil so mines to train U operator. mall for nalor D Cl ranloli o.n ad Laundry Ceo

FLORIDA. BANK OK DUM.DIN KARMM HLHHIVI81OS ..rle. .. 10 Hlhl.od3a. IU .3. nest I' 0024014.AM 1..1 Complel installation by 92 Wentid Livestock pelloweri
NOTICK TO You are hereby required to *erve a* ahown' by Map or Fist thereof ,.1" .In'eiperla We pro. ,
DAYTON HARP. whole adrtrosiand upon OREUUItY P. UKACY of Fee recorded In the Offlc I orth BE BURS you'.letting the moat Moing 1 Storage m" D' .ad o.nlo. Bone
resldenc I I. lIt Blowing Rock >le.. Argyioa. Robertson Uracyalntlff Clerk of the CIrcuit CourtIn for pour moss. by bringing your pesra buns II". 551. WArOTAD' A fow dairy e" 057Simd.
Ituad l-enolr. North Carolina, e/o >) 'pattorney., whne aditreanP and for Polk County. Klor- auto to Oeorie* Service Center *1.1,110 VAl L'..tar beau I anIop nod elf... .nlnu' a. WIll pap lop prIce,
r:. W. Bry.nt WILLIAM Hr-NRK P O Boi 7.v DunedIn. rlorlda, Ida, In Plat I Bonk I, page' 12V 1711 North Plo.ld Avenue, for lop .. Y.roa Warak.uaea I .h'.r. a.s .laL Dairy MUo .
II. rRIKR and MARY MR FRIBR, 13515. a copy of your written de and 12B Thence run Mouth 11 repalra. The In electronic Tvauolur. 1... A"D' .0 CITY EMPLOYMENT load 30 pound waeher that sets
hi. ..It.. *hoa. add... and ..*.1. fa000s to tIe: IIIII of ComplaInt In feet t '.nr. Welt I4o feet, equipment Is used In determining ...U. he builneei and ilmptllled Orleaning i
dens I* unknown MAID BWUATnhoii aid molt on or before the ftlh thence North 11 feet, them the nounk t.cOuhie.. Too also Uit will make you men MERCHANDISES
.dd.... and residence I. unknown lay of March It6l. and tr. orlitniU Ka.t 145 feet to Point of Beginning eoi nmeaiuo hi. OAK Oeeeo .. ., Pictur. Frames >4 WEEK'S FEE V4 noney. You ...make ...1004vtura
If living and If dead, thll of staid written dufcOaeaahall LbrlH! AND EXCEPT: but best of all we elnu you 005.nsa. .. your Investment ACT

heirs, devl...., legatee*. gr&nts.u. b. filed with lbs Clerk of ..,d Road right of w.y. *uarantaed work Call today 003.38J3 ynuMno: Oeaowui I 208 ARCADE BLDG. Now. .01 1. Keenly ou.tu.Z7. 9 Ilce. Motorcycles
lor an appointment 033-OM7
,.01110.I and all other person Court. The purp, ea of saId (nit Including specIfically but nnt PICURI aouidle.Cnstum and ( Thurida Ad) .
ssoclatlon and corporation. I. forocloaur of CAR wso CIO RODe 111 RIUMPH! AND Tamaba tale
murtgag on the I l.y wy of limitation lbs folHeater IPIA. t 8. wad.. 0.10. Art Shun
.od tAil Florid Avenu. .
under T.mp. I sad eervlce 11ecteioalarlloe
IslmlnB by. through ol following descrIbed property, to. lowing item or 1ulplII..nll 0010 a.o atruot,
against them, and all other per.a wH, : permanently Inatalled .pick tip and >iiv. 0.1..0. IU .1. 6 Salesmen ipert modl lre
.,n*. aoan'iatlnnuoecurpnraiionu. Beginning at tha Kouthweetearner .'P.. South Florid OOJ Lkclnd, Crete. Co. lie
\ITNE8H: hand and th* .
my 3o
rlalmliE. urilslinhig to have. any of Lot {5 of Clordonvlll thIs <'nun. at Barlow Polk 7740. Plumbing Supplies PULLER ORUNKwusaewmuu 64 ln a.tmoat*, Sfkt B'di 1.0od.l.. ...

right till or Interest In and to Kubdlvlalnn an recorded In Plat ounty. rlnrlrla, thli :6ih day vf ,.nocnlOOaweua t IhIsares WHEEL Malliter motor
the roperty described herein' Hook I at Porn 41 In Bee. ti ehruary.. A. 1>. 184St. Auto Cn.r.LIND' K. H. MOftolo on Y.tt D vu.' \0. na "P' to earn 10 BHARE Flrit "..na loot 1100 113* O.ll Btreek
YOU ARK HhRbBY NOTIFIED Twp iiH. limo 5K. thence \ .AW D II. SLOAN JR Sat PionIbin and Ittl.1 .u< C.I $0045400p Lakeland itock, .I.. .1.3'80.
. thot a cult ha* been brought North along the \\ e>t tine of (lerk of the Circuit 1 AUTO Coven Complete :: delleore.I P N. 00 are"a..e. ....u.I' vrlt* Box M.Ml. Lakeland ...
ruulnst you In th* CIrcuit' Courtof Lot (5 a dl.IHn.. of 117.11 ftfor Corltoy .Interior. OJO :, :r"I\o.Un.d tbrrad.. for dealership .1.lost'.NArHL1.. 1 0.. '10-

,,1 tho Tenth Ju and for Polk County. Vlorlda, In along: lbs Went lln* of Lot tea Deputy Clerk 1.1. .B..J. Lb.lld.
(hamery' by the I'ioiotiffu. J. P. dl.'snn'et,f bat ft. thnc N. I' 'DO so HD FLH. Ilk, new IMSBO
t Lwl and HUinly Overvtreet. *iexecutor sea M (I" rant 217.>5 ft. thence Printing I I Bpertater, A'I condition. 1490:
of th* estste if C R H. 07' 1& (t" r;. M HI ft, them-e IN THE TcAJCuUJTclcOLU;: OF I Coot Brawn Died *. orael
t Lewis, deceased In the ibov entitled S. SC' 51' 0" w Z28.17 It to THE CiRCUIT BOOKKERPINO AND Incom Tai FOR our erlnllmf ._. Florid and Farker
cause. to quiet till In laid the P.O 10.Wltocea 0. THE STATE 0" .FLORiDA. Bervlce Day or *>*nln. last rail AL_. CommercIal Pc...' '
Ilalntlff to: 10' land na CI..k .nd IN AND FOR' FOLK COUNTY, dependable servlct Cam ID..I hithncapbiase. 97 Article For Sole-MIie.
t The North IS acre* nf tbeNW" the. seal of aald Court In Bartowlorlda CHANCERY NO. 0270* 02-121: Phone oul.tlue. ..,'ALth..d. ; -
W4 Section this the Ird day of Keb USED TV'* from 030 op
II. Township tl Houth Hang A. D. ice,. RAVINGS AND Building Radiator Service w* finance OU'. .
! tl Kant i iTh .) ,trade-mi aerevted Admiral Bale
$WK) of th. NW'4 of Sett.tlon I>. If JLOAN, JR., at Clerkof Corporation, Plaintiff, O B N B R A L CONSTRUCTION 1 ANY TIPS rudlater auretus. "nle MO .311. FeaeockTV

I "k. Township 18 South. mold Court 1 V. Room additions Custom cabinet riesots. .. c.eurlpp. rebuildinUPeddy'a <\ 41 .
WALTER WA$HIV lunge rest; 3yf DOROTHY ULNN .. deputy Interior. xterlor '
Th. NWU. of the NW'4 of 8e.. Clerk RUTH WASHINGTON. Vie French and modem 0SlOl.RADIATOR&BLOCKS. bdl.tr 11. U I I
tlon ID Township tl South U.IU. wife. defendant 9 Roofing and aiding. dlnuD.I' I' AUCON SAL
H.nge II List, NOTICI OF SUITTIlE males. Easy eloanodon Every
The 8KU of the H\\\ ef IV.Nw' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE sTATE OK UOH1UA 1000 Fin ..p.I.oL.. Local eon nehiple. erl.no .II. I., Stray. 7:3 p.m
and the KV, (4 of lbs TENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT. Ol Any unknown ,,,,,,,.* (e>. Licensed"and bondod.RSMOIIELINO. paIrs all t,.. O""I.r' IIBu. BAXLA'S

KK 4 of th* NV.I, and thaNW OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOROLK heir. granteee, truateea. leln. t..tr. AWNI14OCsce0000d .. .,. .. ..a"01. I S-T-R-E-T-C-H I AUCTION GALLERIE
4 or th* NU or th* ore, creditor. .lln. or *
BUIT TO REMOVE Cuba. house soceeos.aldinm formerly Th. Auction Hoaje
HI-141 and tha Nr;" of th* CLOUDON other. claimant. h)'. through isO fconlos Phone MU I
TITLE under or anelnet th* real W* Buy er for
NWti of the 8W of tile 8." I II .
No. n17. H.10 0 2397 for rr .U. W
linn 20. Township :8 South, property" whkb In the .ubjcnlmattac FOR EXPERT 420 I
Itang tl Last, HARRY J. S.MI1II. and ) of this .,,11. who are holes, enaii. ciiaretl. ..0U. YOUR DOLLARS I Fboa M9 11

end you .... hereby required to JKANSKVJh H s-ximi i) not known to be dead or alive. co CarpetingConcrtte ete" call Kclluai fteweavlng "',.. Wall
111. wIfe ROW OOOPT ca w*
p.l've a copy of your Aiswcr or i You ore hereby notified that aCtit Ice 88.3819. to wall rreal II ..e'*. MlDuPonl
Plaintiff ) ::
Pleading to th. Complaint upon haa been filed CARPET &P"RT ".U".I oa.
I.AWREStJ aouuenrood.
the. Plaintiff attorney. I!. N. YR.WIf..TAhf. C, HOWh and 1 .nd each of you. bv <:. Inutullatiom. UaIA0C's' F.I. ., Swimming. Peels I WITH arab ...per.laadrdlliea
( asl>ler. P. o Box 141. LakelandMurlcla U:1t1l11 R. HOWE. .a"II. and ._1.1 cut t* posedlmenaueu
and file the original. In 9 NOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION lalladIag' and
the riffle of the Clerk of tl,. Clr defendant' ) In the ibovi entitled ciueei Id POOLS CLEANED,. repilred. ...1.. Rop ednisu raD. ear
NOTICE TO DEFEND P s I a d cbenlcale euppll
cult ( ourt I In u Polk < ounlyrlorlda hat you ar hereby required nolIla WH Saab heals 055 plan.. P'abrisei..rasneaabu.Outbon .
I befor th 14th hUmlUA I your Aniwer with th* Clerkf oul".nl. 701 LEDGERClassified
I on or day LICENSED contractor *i >0e per yard. black
nf March A.D. im If you fall to TO: BL8BIB!: R. JIOU K. Defendant ,, thi Court. and t oservas copy *CNCI.T. .Id..lk. 1011" and whit print it 90*. wevenplelda

I, do au 0 jud.n.nt 10) d..ult will b. Residence Adlresa andWhereabouts hereof upon the Plaintiff or aloes.0.1.street .1110'. patios Tilaviilant at loo. Fr' euallty mill'
LN: :
taboo ,Iatnat you for the nll.r KNOWN lalntlfTa Attorney whoao nam bridge L H. 0100410Fancei esdasusear 01 to III your
demanded ,In the Complnlnt. You sea hereby notified that the and Iddreaa la: ALBERT C. WNR. .. lotl budget *nd wortlaeidn out
HONM AND ORDVKH at Bar. aptloned Pla'ntlf fa have filed i ,Y. Attorney at Law 1(41 CoolestAvouua & roll TELEVUION eep.lra' o* all AdsI O C Hemllta Fabric New

tow rlorlda this th. IJlh day elFebruary ComplaInt' 10 remove cloud on tltli IU. 1.bu.. I'Irida. makea fait, reliable ..1..call Dado city HKbway. I 1,10 mil**
A.D. ..... on lbs following described I..nd.. not lot.' th.n M..h 10, !104.If melD City. MU ''1' North of latentaiIOU 4
1D.. H. HLOAN' JR. lying and blng altuat .In Polk 1'0d fail to dO .0. Docr.a Pro
/. ounty, rlorlda. to.wlt: Cnnfesoo will be .nt..d ...In.1 MUTUAL FaNCI company. in*. MODEL tamp eruleer. .
Clerk Polk Count Circuit. Court, LotOtandilntllo'klof you i for the relief d.m.nde4 In thoCompl.lnt. Loweet down pern.aturanteed Uphol.rll''AOI I you'r like) most families, your budge :mil t* ton Drive pick IP ...l 1000 Mor-
womb be under-
DKANOKWOun 8 tl Bill VI- I
Barlow "b'lorid Mid Lakeland Induitry. MO UPHOLOTERINO all the help it can get. The answer 1 .
lOON Lakeland rlorlda. ac. Th* nature or sail suit being for and drapee. n .el VOID PRNlTIL bur. tradeell
, U ITT" cording. to plat thereof record orecloeur nf mortgage recorded 4130. Free estimate "..1p. Fete. ..U"al. pick .p. limplc_ low cost Ledger Classified Ads at 1. C.a street off

I 'NOTICa UNDER ed In Plat Book It, Pag 10. ,n Official Records Rook II*. pugelb. .nd delivery. 40. 000 lo avenue MU
FICTiTiOUs NAMO LAW Public Record or Polk County Public Recorda of Folk County. Income Tax Ouill uasuoe' IVlltlal | to quickly ash the household goo aroundyour W* ales Top YUM

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: rlorlda. FlorIda covering: horn no longer '. easy I...
NoOk I I. hereby given that the and are required ti or HIGHWAY
you to serve acopy Lot In Block Blinds CLOTHESLINE POS1B ireetlr
underalcned pursuant to tho "Fl .
Nam Statute Laws of plaint on th* I'taintifrsaltornoyn. Florida according to plat thereof helpful Ad Write 40* er_ wits a
Florida Section "o.0>. F.B.A., will rrolano and Roberta. P. u Drawer recorded In Plat Hook 91 5 and upI VERTICALS AND boclssatolawsaufaolurod. husks MM nd n p* ..

roElater with th* Clerk of the Circuit eta lakeland Klorlda. and fill page IS. Public Pevorda of Polk & R Block Co. reflnuhed Ale*"....1. e..n.,, Noma dallrry .11 ISO.Sloe. .
Court In and for polk County tho original In th. offlr of the ('ount)'. Florida: together with laa "".d.. ..obl.01711D Watfsrd Msaufuot.risa
>'lorlda. upon receipt of the publlotlon .lerk of the Circuit Court on 01etor the fallowing deacrlbed Item I W.kd.,. 0 'to 0 A'.U. 10 30" ILACTRIC oloes with' sate.matia .
of this null*. fla flctltlou > the Kth day of March, A D.thud. of property which sea located Oak 0 t B LEDGERClassified 5a U4Ll5AUCTION .
name, to-wlti "RAO Truck III and permanently Installed i LEDGER I I I

Bervlc." under which I am engaged If you fall to do ao. decree pro a* a part of lbs Improvement 106 Wet Walnut St
In buelneea I xpct to engage onfeaso wilt bo entered against on laid land, CLSI"D ADS
In business In a certain you for th* rell.f demanded In the Range Coleman Heater Phone 6195 ,

bull.linolocated at IlfrO New Tampa lorn plaintWUNbtiS. WI1NEHB my hand and th* opal AdsCorner Friday Kites Only
Morlda hand and officialaaal .Court at Barlow hulk
Highway. Lakeland, my 01 this I
That th* portico Interested and of office at IJarlow 1'olk, County, FlorIda thIs Jeth day of IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS 7:3: P.M

their respecllv inbred In said'II&LNii.woltTht1uo" ounty. b'lcido, this lltfc day nII'ehruury rhriiary, A. I>. I..4. W* .
I A D. I.'4. 8LAL1 P. H HLOAV, JRI BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION I S. Missouri and W. Lima St. "I.Mi
'g' ; :: ;:' 8bAL) I). II. HI/IAN. JR. lerk of th* Clriult JIMMY WALKER'SAUCIN

PAltU thi 14tr. day of Feb., Clerk of CIrcuit 'nu" Court DIAL MU 6.1 1 51-Ask For Classified Telephone MU 6-1151
ruary I"f, at Lakeland Polk Ly 'Dorothy Nun" toy V"'I..n A. Porvisflrpnty CENTE
ounly, rlorldaU4TI Deputy Clerk Clerk I
h 1 U'09a 1 1M3? In'

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97 ArtlclM Fir $&.-Mii 103 fumltur ft AppllonBUVER ., IDMORROKl I OOt REAL [STATE REAl EsTATE


TRANSFERRED toko ... = NCHM OCCULT POWERS I Of THOT 144 Acr.. Lets for Sale 144 Acriog. Lets for Salt*

WootiBihoui ..,... rofriiora ., t THINK YOU'D FIMO J CXPeCTS
& sos MBTHB PIVB ACRB traeto. IS* tlo... 121ooth
**hr. *.... hors ..... os
APPLIANCES dopu ..,..., a......., All i Ion VrWXJB PLEASArfT/ I BACK HiiTH Hl4CARHIVML Mol Rudr R.oJt.r. 1521B
007 05 pr month, coil MU '-0111. rm ) M.Biarlal Bird MU 04107OIBBON 3 ACP04-30o PNtt7 I 0,500 .0
ANTIQUES & GIFTS faro VIII 50?. lt.l OUt4IdO It
loko.new '
PARK. Attrarttro' rl'I":
?? t'It .
Air Oondlllonw Oolf ClubiTlior JLEXS?* *"".... .P11O ;.e lou LA... VoodoO sIlos wllk. 63.060 loOt Jo 150,0$5154.. ADd n blob.0.1It SrI ItOSA1'nN
Good lens
Moplo Twin Bodraom Bull rwor ond whoP M.

Moiiottnr ..droo.. Bull. THB DOWN .. NBC Land Comnanr. Ba-OOM .AItK W. 110... S
''''.ot ho. bo..
oublo bod Chin... Bar rarrrd "ana ,.. Hot Point Spout, (bOld 'UIt.Dtmt otto 1101 ID Solo: PrI& A... .n P.....
Contphorwood on Round 1I.Doo, r0f0150rtor. 14$', dlrortlr pthlnd BIO tOo'o- raid fnr 50.00$ 00 Oood toomo
O.k ]'nbI.. out down lor "" ".. drftos t ataln. Tu os, D..r,. sod H'lthll Bird, doll MU .- 1,511511..
tonlo Ono Round dot Toblo. mon" 01> 5$3 por .oa.... Pbon. Odll MU S 1070
rofinlahrd. i loam Drop Loaf IoCUoUI.. LiND ACREAO.'O tcron rood sod
Tablo Walnut DMk MMtMonr _t ;; BUY- Solo oerM otmUIrorotf .lIhl" 5 ,,,,
A Otto pint land. SM por .... I mllM of Lokrlond B t.
at 40'
with ehalr CII.... ronto. CIPSO ohio for puturo '
.....U..., ...... titra chain Intlo ".D. 141 to. Tottort A I3to aoro cottlo raaok. fonood and i .110O 00 ID ocroRESTRICTED or <'IOIlIn.
DlnlBl Room 'UI... Bran Prtwon, OPPO.HQ Bouthiol irou ftnrPd, Corral and loodlnthuu

B.d lufrlrrrotori .1.... ELECTRIC 101 por ooro. SO .aoroo.nlr ... HOMEHTRBBooulllul
STOVB. spanton.t Illoo 11500 OOWB. aoo .1
o. :10 lild..s-b.4 Good also, 111 Autom.tl WMbor. I.. 00 hood af .. onlr aoo.000 propcrlr IB
.tI. now Sad lIIod >oth good ;I 9151 sohisatso,I two
onto*. CaU MU a. 3000 ., .. four aillrt from Crprou
W.... color ricturot comi 5205.IS 'I AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS Oardono. U B. blthwartrontoto : eoUI u''.. Eorh troet
10 and Brown. onlr S7BO not .. BOO ..... wIth p..od rood IAkfl.n'l
PT u..rl.h' lro.osr .1'" .. ..
WE BUY SELL TRADE .h.I... IB door AIM .. R, C. Lou or B L a.rdn".1 >lvr ollrorllvo
ro- 1U A.temsbllss For Sol 121 Mobile Horns.MONTERAV 130 1)9OM Unfurnlshed Houses Dick rrodr built In Usa ortt
Oim.s B a... t" B .... QmllOrp 1.1..r....._.... .nrlllD.. n. W"I Phono :r'I'j.'j .ro plo.BInt U build

IMO DODOB 10100 BliPs, onTmtr lOnlO with I0.t.. .-w DUPLEX : TWO 0" 1k.o _....81.. nlrsSmoSoo : FIVE ACRB III." and dr, tprdroom VI troo floss whr oottlo for a rllr..
ISEO alsO lot,
THE SPINNING WHEEL I......tsr APARTMENT, sIs. OB ... aulomauo IrtntmUolotro. .. ..bono. .....n.. porch Corno Throo room, ... ....... 0,0001, 510,0.. boa mOd... bowo burt: ot too whfn poll prlcor con ifl InvoiU.orro.o
I Jt 50 oomo
Toot ortruroon 10 .. .. Mo trodo. Ord Brown. IimptoB 10" No. 1. Oordono Pork. 004 drr faolliuro ... includint utilluc. 0004375. rood pond, lrrl..uo tonettfKndnrocod .... ,
south oupo.no .Ulll...*. Strort Auburndola. WO Ixintfollow Blvd p..,...... 110 torpu. '1..' CltrLAKEtAKD
1021 PtorldB Aft 7.I HI aftor S. Wo 1-l4.il TWO .DllOO" bou... Moon 03
Mil 1-10.3 J COMPLETE rooms good FUYINIOHIDOPARTAM: trnbono "lIor old TWO ... 505,55405. .ao PO' monl" 100'i 7&1.17110.
Proo Porklnt IB Roar ot lIon. furniture >7 CHEVROLa I d.... V.4. with Good bur Joror 0000 .. North Ollnoro MU aJas.TWO B BIOTIIIO. lx7IH7I >' H. W. STOCKARD
including stoy t floor .tick. "'ron.., "0'-'. 040$ williono. LoIs tMor Trader Pork. LOBIOB. Call OH.. _. '. wMklni omonco t Call ...UtI.o... .EDROOM bo... 103. Jtoo
EXCHAIIOI: 0" .0551,. pour and refrigerator, J289 Pay. wwior Moron IATON PARK, ,. OtIs Stool, $0. .nl.'n"'h.... 181 i .uth..to Miopoint sold x-hoeu REAL ESTATE
.... 11161 RANBLP .. 12 000 COU MU i M21 Of Ml I
tdsdm.I rInitro Slit.aooo.r menu only $13 month. CI..lo. Ale .n. ornort Oil '5,01.501.l WnUldo. 6H3-1J3. AMOClllOI
a.. .d IInd.. Porsosam per Itilloolsa. .10.... Ortstfls I poln" 122 MobIle Homes Wants lohrd. II? IS ... 0034'7o4.fWO a.3ftTO. Prod w......
Soil... .a-8t2, POLK TRADING MART 0.000 ..u... P". II.,'. 0.1t I,. .8II.IOT. -liOlCs So 5140' lot 18 .110 1411I I Jim Pollird JrBob .
'8....... .101 bulls 1'I0.ld. WANTED TRAILER 00phono BEDROOM houM. Stool ..... .2.000
IIFPO..U81tD nn: looms offu&rsltumr. New Auburndale undrr SI oUR ROOM l. I PI.r. Lsod.oli'64. WillIs,,.
Highway sad rofrlowotor urnubrd Ion
,. 50 oold 0. osUsip '$0 CHEVROLET Blororno 4 doorS TOBPO oil 0(11 Wrlta .n.n-Road, Calt 1 : 'oil MU 5-1334.___ AuburndolO WO T.4(30)O
lot wrkvmo Coil
morton.., II ....k'. 'rrsdmnsPout. MU 3.2044 rrllnrtrr. n.. rubber. 50.brsk. .I Jim Oonu 1250 &..1 Soosdwsp.Tsoops. 2ftao Chtldron.11.. S witS doS.FOR OM iii6.. BOB--0.... I,i Flood Elmmrrmonn, Jr
1881 lI.w l'mnpo 81.h.,. .. D..... p.rfoct. ". Call KATHLEEN I .un ..0.... PIck pour kM BOOwtiilt r 111 B. Plorldo *0P00_MU ..1S1JBroarh
...U339... 104 Cat MU 04401OM duploi. ouUtmoUo RENT or ..I.. ....-r;;;;;;;,, the oelortlon U 9754. BMUlou .. OHIO
OH, Fool 123 Parts BatterIes Tires 1.11.. Acront lon..d ..... hIlllt 1I0u... 1,51.. 1131 B Olrondor Ma 1-011
'llul blob with _lMtir .1
FOR BALI .0 ..d.1 ',ud.. RAMBLER lour door ol. l&l. 1114001.
Phono OIH-O410
b.k.'. I.u sod tI..... ross PROPANE OAS for _...... hrni .... ion woton. oil triiador. out.. TWO or lorls 1.0. ksdo Iron. 1'oto' pliss 5405
...d. Bout rasdi .".. st will hot ..1... I rrmo.t I... indu. -lauo radio. now ..... 111] Wolorlorlo : 4 VIED .00.14 WIlts molt Ursa. IWON b.. T H R I E BKDHOOMU Or port 55 down It .n.h. For son.ItfoemlOloss .. 145 ButiniM !rrepirty

t.od. I.. omall M. sod kick... trio UM. Call III-M.|. iv>'> iporlol ...: $11. .U .040.. I boos SIrSI. I Btorato mom Oao hrot S70, 301Oronoo tall Sort, MIrdIsCV
.81-1..1. IM.III). 4-111. 0' Lisa Wotfls. cy
Ooi fwrvlco 1121 M.., BUICK LA SABRE 124 Trucks 131 Per Rent .1431. Winter HowiWANTtD TAMPA IIlaHWA" 110 l .al'.
TraIlers ,
AIRPLANE CESSNA, 170-.. radloi Auburadolo Hithwor fwo OK0000M ham. lu.t not .3 wowss Ii 011. 3015 ...n.
low tin., 14100 Dlnrttowrouiht WAGON oItp bu. 01350 00111,. 501 Ch..1- : 7S I. 200 ..... 01 550 11..11.. la4 WOol 50.1 SI,
Iron ISO crib. inaplt:I 05 Jew.l.., ItIT CH.VIlOLJrT plpkop. ...1 COMMERCIAL nut Ro.d. MU S 1154 flot lond ...1.. Artontlnt Bono .
luml..ed or LTOM bor. Con RBHIUENTIAb CaMMER C I AL.
poxuro of
115 no 1770 Cash $104 "condItIon '101. 3304 SoulS rlo.
S Id.. Mol Rod Rooltor. BEDROOM CB I'04 bit*.. ildrr olhrr. R M Ptllldo ond iduitrltl loll iltoi oil ...... Mol
p 1050 CHEVROLET Four daor I WE PAT eotb, dlomoid. Sold Bank will finanr SltOOS79S Biorlal Bird. .. bullMo ronoo ond ovon. Voroloon Boo Bod "..m. I70-47M Tamps Rod,, ....110.. 1121 E:. ......rlll
sodas. Two too* BOOS mottroiOoo ..... olno. old sold. plotlnum. ollvlm .. B Uaoola Art. 1001 INTERNATIONAL f, to I ""pnodorn S100 month or ". ', M6-4IOT
drop nood .In.. MWIOIchlno .... "> '. J.w.lrr. los south no. pickup truck. Orlflnol owner 133 Mobile ,rsrlp 5,105. cc.oovs: LAND 10 ..... pln'INDU.TRIA"
I two Surn'roIjh.st.. Id.. MU 3.1969 2' 000 OIl.. I860 301S North LARGE PRAMS. t "'. ....... Ith and ..-. BonutIfal hlb land, Poodi. TRACT adbolnslImit
50,10,0 155.1usd 1100 .nd, BpproiinoUIr IIHUhior
I 4 ilovo. c.n0111.. LADIU BLUE ohllo booutluiro ,ul Blokoos Plorldo. 050.7174. 55155. South .n Arl..nn. .70 walls Acro .
CUA" MODERN loll Prlro (2KO V't ..... TVrmn ruilro.d iMoraJ
roR .41. II.W ..tmloloww.mupump. .. diomond rlu. 71 pomplotiaum ... IMI CHKlROLET.ton pickup. 1,111.15. oottaio. month % down BPI R. L oordnn John Brrnnon Rooltor ....
".. DoIDl ..tor. 1&0. MIl Ho o ..Um... 1750 o. ..... (!.. D'. tIp,. Good ran idltloni, HOWARD GILLETTE R C. loIs or Ror K. LoIs o, 4103.
1-oOM. onr tintam Tiko sioo ...h.. Writ Lokoloa .. ._. 111.0 92. ....... Bus IlllO-IIIrO Dlckt Rollir. 1011 ...! Mola,

.ACRlnCI: COMPLI'TB set Book Lrdtor. Boi M 211. 3BI7 P500 RrsI1.0,. MI1- a-417e UCLA Phono 0001133.L'AOTURS 146 Farms, Groves, Ranches

01 k000mpds.. .... c.n MIl .. 106 12S Bum NICE MODERN : LAND 400 .0"..
"'.... o.. p m. Muchlnsry & Tools CROWN JEWEL .Iran vlooo ta 3 Bedroom, Florida room ood ooll. oomo tlrnbor. ooml PIVI ACRI .1.hI ClIp h..
...... .1...... N..r .1... CIty. Onlr hom.. furnbshrd .
VOW BURES for oolo. School Bell not Morla S85,00 Mon 10 ".300.
PHILOO II .n..l.| TV .. .. CB near Searstown. .
USED WELDER til Oood ..., ....
tmpo. trpo. Pord Chorrolrt OMC III. I 160 orro 1> Sob down Club toiki. dork Rooltr. ..o.
b." Oood condition .I. RCA
i condition A tol 1440 ...h.l.n Bedroom CB 1 Boo R U Oordnor Lolo
Land. Mot, Inlornotlonol Prom Iftoop : 3 on acre, R O or 4011.
po..bl. O LakM "01.1 COUrt, OltOBOlOB Wool lltfc BUOO Ror K toll Dlrko "...11,.
Co.Is,1 H. It Lowit Oil ot
40 II. WoboullCH1LDCRAPT Mobile' North of town $75.00
oulb. Inirohom Av,.., 111 Oil Rout ".In. phono IM IIJ1tAROI
AND Would Buck 107 Plumbing Supplisi SPECIAlS 2102 DISPLAi"m 3 Bedroom 2 bath neaCrystal ATTRACTIVB' hlll.ldfonrlooklnt 10 I orroo of boouUful 3.r.u-old
romplrto. OU Blur S 012OH .
p m Homo Park Now Lake. $123.00I 1.1., Loko OlbwnWolr onrssos heir Mil
I. Lokolond Hlth .. poyod ..,.... boot bona .Hh 10 oddltlonol so'oolsao
Montgomery Ward RENTALS I poi oloctrlo' ."' 2 I Bedroom Florida room ,ko ._... 1111-640', don lond onhonrHl bv o dorp

NECCHI ZIG ZAG GET A GAS HOT WATER ...*. too bus separate dining room. j NIAR KATHLEEN, ski So'sh0050lles. ,p.lco unol,00.a of III ooo rn, All (or thi low

AuUmiiUo Mwlnt ...hln.. Lib HEATER FROM WARDS 121 BusIness Places for Rent I'... Orovt Park near Southwest school 'J' domo .n4 l3a TED TOWSON
.. .
..... MoSes butten holoi. Oood loko month Own.. tI..1834.
button. blind stitches, "on. Have Hot Water When 63 BONNEVILLE 2. door .05.. small ...... $ : and Southgate, $95.00 RooltarMU
BTORB PUS .tor... or slop 101 LoS. D..... .. CATALOMA ACRBB. n>.trlet*< olid in S. Plo. A. .
,. ( ,., o
Olt050. i.d. Mak oil o You Need ItI! hardtop. alt\ power, radio -.nd llvlnt ou.rt.-r. SOlM' .r RUDY ono orro homoiltoo. II.4M. Of
otiteho. Bold for (34110. bolo... '. DIXIE: MOBIL MEL II.. I thru
24-Br IniUlltuoa and heater. Air BO .40 Phono e 2 201S or Sll pp a I pm. Boturdor .
sow dos sot. ITS 55 or $5 p.rmontlo. 1.11. 'tOm,. HUhwor sod Bundor. 00 No. 00 no.lhH. 147 Income 'rop.,.,
117 N. Kentucky I Wire wheels new tirel. Muniolpol ........ Realtor ..II.. sod follow 1ins
FOR SALE or ...... Two mill Os.oto.d hono. ol>.II7S 1527 E. Memorial. ...
MU 2-4137 MU 2.5103 Fit for a king .. $329 bu.lnou bulldlnti on VoBlrrrl > 000" 0,1,1,0,0k eOs-2213 05000050 bom.. 06.50
M.ln Call Ol .J844. $000_ .otllLa 686-4107 any time REAL: BAROAtNBI Moor Uklond 0 5iOrsOO. I aros...1.101. pool
I plus 1700 B "onlh Inrnm.. _
[rt IOU MIltos
of .
moll troclo lond up t
ZIG ZAG AUTOMATIC 101 Plsnei & Musical Int'. 'TRIUMPH HERALDCpe. ,...Uooa... .0 orro with' ImuftnomMlt .I P.opor" ond ownrr I 1003 T...
: .1I.; Itwood MU I-2210KLUXE .
ohodo. omoll dowrmonto ,
Automatic sewing machine 001 AIfTlQUI: ,p".ht. 551051.LoonrU 4 on the floor 6000 n. of Ilk. n.. olr condition* oblo Parkwar .. .. Cull Molcolm ThomoiHhu BOUTHSIDE duplll

\ console. Like new Balance Iso. lOG SoulS P10010. actual miles Showroom >act In Idoal *location ...5 to Now Tampa .M.T&Oft, HorS Rodirn, Two bidroomi ook 110.... Lori.
A..nu. "U31t1, II Polk 71,rslprl,00rt'O.s from "' 143 MobIle Horns Lots trolior. one.1711, .oom.. sIr. conditioned Prlcrd for
13888 or $6 per month. condition. Queen's delight Now Polk Prdrrol bulldlnt PorI. Pins ACRES wlln homo 01' IOr.alIo.OI 00,00. "n.1..ln.
HEAR .., tit lonk porod ..0.1. .U .83J4..
for lowrort. ott. Ownort will
.... ..... .. $139
Fully guaranteed tardoa tpoco '''
THE NEW LOWREY lortltlon oporo K soIl rooulro.nmu Free Rent. LOTS TO BUILD! TWO DUPLIXCO: Ifour.narmtIt ,-
MU 2-4137 H W Block.rd. Phono : k lien... furolihrdndlUonod AIr
WITH AUTOMATIC $50.3 133. 135 Rooms SI... en Woodland PorilleIrIo.0
ORCHESTRA CONTROL! 62 RAMBLER AMERICAN Free Towing. IJSOO LO-2002 ...unont, Plo,,. III2-0 21,
8LI"a&L."D SNARE: d.um. .... IOU PLAT B ono-ooto mrlodwild 4door. New tires. Orlg LAROB ROOM. Comboo AerooS
pour rubS bond ..d outonotlcollp OUPI.OX.PII0010000. CI. In.
stand. ....110. p.d COO B. ..,...
llomtn lot LO-aotO
tood *-'
..... hol..... Ala 0usd 505151105.M0'0445. tour ono-nolo mrlodbocomoi nal In and out. A princess 129 Firnlihsd ApartmsnhVRNIBHED .005110. MU Ull April 1 ''A >Uot\ 17.000. Leohr. Rroltor,
t full chord-hon mono ID rrntrol Plorld. mo"t ultro /70 North Mouovhuutu MU ..
IUD from too ..rr flr.t now ..... ..... .. $109 unfurnKhrd .1. OHS VACANT .. mod.rn nobllhomo P.rk PHONE 4141.LIUI'lPX,
NEW IMI model til IM Mwlnomochlnoo aKa HEAR PLAT OH : ..0'" In.,. c.u lrl.lt Larry Heath MU 2.8500ilen
oto both rnlronro 121 OO U : D&LUXI: In ..., 5100
Monotromi. buttonholra THE MANY .boouUful (trlM BOon .: irclo. M mobllhomt ronrh 1000,0ill '
... 'U 00 monthlr, Nonoo. APt.Boots. CORNER MU 3.1358 0.Ishbohood. 1I..d._ hours.SI .
.... WlUioutBUochmonU .1..1 cur fBciliiloo piln rotoiIn. Hauger
biUoni on
on 61
..... ... .
Pull. ..rl.. Ml 70 MU P.lorrd II on oil 0VPtP05 lIon hlllldln.IT'S OFFICE 882-4147 .nditionod. .1. book
or II monthlr 10 Buolilird eroditopplloonti CANNON MUSIC CO. wagon. Everything In. MOTEL APARTMENTB ono sod, .nd .to.. ... SIS dl,00Poloo,15p500. rontn ondrrfrlorrolori

onlr. P0.,. MU 1.1137 303 0 P15,10. A... ..821141OIwa eluding air. Royal I IV, room.. ISo.,.. utllltlro fur. MU .81.. ALL NEW doublo torport -
SoertoaIIFAUTIF'UL .5,5. .ombln.d W.hI oo.thlnl
P.Idst :
NATIONAL CASH milter 140 .I".T ..1..nOl.fJ7' chariot .... ..... $169 nl.h.d.' Blihw.r Dlolo Motol, 4100 Mowttnpo 38 : Drive Out Today To HAUGER REALTY nlr'. ills I. It 0..... ea..I8O.
lour drowrr fllint cobinot laD
call H.0111ontrrn Con.ol. $3001 .Iudl. PPEH TWO _....10., ll'lnt CIRCLE M RfOltor LMT.A POUR UNITS 111 000 ..r.U..'
fJ3', sprt.hts. 1178 10 LINCOLN 00 U It moo, mikor. Moor BOW Wortin.
room. 511.1,0: .. b.lI. rods. .1. 111 E 0 olSon BtItop .
jjj '
IROII. Ir..ln. _rd. sis SnOw. .. 104 lIoutb PborMs. 61 OLDS 4-door hardtop. N,.rst or... bu. Adul.. .'Z"T41ON. LuS.Isd's hoopS ol Sos BIOS of Ito OwYOU'LL uhliii sod Boon c.n"l1
TV romoto control dorpMO HOME -JJJ4CLASSIFIID
.lo North Lincoln MOBILE I
lIable rod nd ...1. disk... ACCORDION. 130 B... I w..k. Full\ power. Radio and BEDROOM ...... oporUmoot MU 1.'JI4.
Cornlnt War and thottun 712POR old.> 1 ..ll<:h.,. roil 1100. .1111 heater Air. Extra sharp Child accrpUd Off tlrrrtp.rklnt ; 1501 West Arlana St. DISPLAY _
lIou.b JoI.,005. 10. luarantoo 1110 >0' 50.0 n.h wttor luralahod MOIII BRA"D 10500.
I mIter 100modl..I.. 0,15 BoO ... Prince or Playboy. $179 ..3.UroUR 5,15,1.. ThIs 10 Open 7 Days 9-6 P.M3SAUTF'UL
BALB molfrnllr rlothoi .1.. 200 LU'"ond" LPd... odr.om portmont
n and 14 ....1..... II ...011., ROOMS. bout Purnl.hodor 0s5 floor. sin ,, : L.A1I01: .h.d laS FEEL '59 EDSEL
roll BALI .
BUdlo 4oordlono
.4. OII-I922 flute t rlorlniu pl.no 0050 50.. unfurnl.hrd. Good locotlon I flrooios.d ...lIor 05 5.050 ...h.. 5...
"... collrto. rhurono. and Lakt '
pdiCB BImIIOOIoC 0u110 r.OuOo'this. ..>.phono. Iicoll.nl: coodlBortoln. Morton IRI.l.3o, llchon Tou II i i Ip T.nk. .."" sod oloctrlo. Pn 1.1000' '''.ft. SmsIO y.,.
MIl :t-It13. .. 0.... ....1..., 104Souui Many Others $93 UpONY'S aico Chariot Snrd ... .....o..t... rod,.. $551003
Plorldo LASS .AIIK&II 1,0011 bro.d n.. 34121WO & OWNERS: .u'n .,IO, RICHwith ur tond.t.onmt.

99 I.... Motors SuppllH1BHINO .. lour '''... tll. IsIS. torrIsal, a BEDHOOM ,. on pour own lot la Loko.wood .
FOR BALE. CI Wurllloor Splntploao II..... tl.0 room 510dm. oJOO"1O load_ nowir I Trollrr E>tom, T.. $595
1 1150. Coll MU I-3021 oltt b.U. flr.t floorTHREE MV "T34..
BOATS IIOIO .Poddloboardi. 4 om u,00IIl. L.ohr. 0.5 IsIS of Loko Parktruntlt .n the cash you get for
ROOM cloon ouroctlv.oroto MU 17M4o.t Stroot. I.... lolo potrrot ..d
_. tollbooia AUTO ..
oon SALES .
YAMAHA' CONN plonoi. onon .. undrrtroi Nothlno down .31. .
oulbaardi trolloroootollo onortmrnt M'or L. l- DUPLIX (hr. '00 tr' '" no longer needed thing
oddlrblkoi... Wlnur Boo ....I... Risk..5011511(15,d >uoilltr orloB. Kwlk Chrk SJS BouUlBOUTRBIDE b..b. Mod.r.. $40 .., Follow iltnt. S Edw: ..
: Horondalo, II*.1711. 1042 SOUIA PierAnnul MEMBER FIADA Tn.a00. ......... Lrmoa ,..", Jr. ".. .., OS)3JJ4 sell with Classified
"> you Frank FosterMOTOR
.88.9008.PI..NO' .
I'd' ITS THE DIFFERENCETHAT :: APARTMENT, NlrofurBUhrd 112-oZ00 ".ft-a.n.
boot 40 H.
motor Oil 14 tilt llb.nl.troilor. automotitortor Mooon sOd Homlla LlkEip COUNTS" I I. p.rnoBont UBont.' NEWLY ads Dial MU (1111 to

uphol........ ..... Lllhttiko n.0. .n.lvt pm 000515 roobortolB I ds.tt'pd.: 2311 Clrolo Prlvo MV ball. ocrornrd .'. SALES
BOW MU ....11. 701 t Pork Hill place your want ad. 1111 E. Main St.
MU 6-6869 I N P1XIILANO: I.... Bportmont "" 1", :
I. PLYWOOD boit. M HP Evlnudo 109 RadIo Tslsvlilori.
motor and Cot troilor. Call All oloctrlt $ltch.n. utUlllo. LOTS MU 3.1235
rnlihrd Adulu. 'h.n..U
WO 72731 Auburndolourn DISPLAY
14' ARKANSA8 Tro..l.r .lu..l. tolorloloni Rotulor 1501voiui "'I'1 A- '

II H P Johnoon olorUle ro- WIllIS SlIer ,..\-1.50. .... 117 AutomobIles Wanted (a urnl.hod! tlron In oporlnrnto 141.150 W.will.*. ROAD 1i
molo control. Tilt trallor. rom rock Rodlo A TV. 444 Mortb .
O ucnlaked. Clork ... LAKE
01,1.. 1.100 II1S Columbia Alto Wobuh MU I 1171 Rooijr to rental CRYSTAL -
W..IIT.D CL.A" fl' '4. I. .seModPl. 4031. AREA 1 .,

NEW 1112 Wanted Mltcsllani.MMU CASIO. L'slt MU fur pIckup 53005.AY 1,10:5 0. 417 PURNUHED south 2.1005.QUIlT .Ttnntoioo APARTMENTS Roooonobloa ot. the $1,495.00 I r rr

... und.. 'IT .od.l. FI_ Sum'MU
FOR poor ...... 1_. Turn back
MU 3337T.aOOD l.a'84 CLEAN nlcolr furnlohrd down $25 month :
CACCI CRAFTFIBERGLASS A 000roomspor(pent. Bouthrutoctrlo .
W. PAT 111 for
USED lurnllur. .Sd othebhousoltold r P'r.. pick UP up Tonkoli Junk Iran con sod ....r furnlihod lot room, r

IITo.. pTtrS paid lnol. Ino. .I2.1117BH Adult.. 656.0104DUPLEX. Phone I
MU :t-348' or MU '.304.
IN o Smith sop or plrbup NICE Ihroo room both you need. : 682.2283 I
with bait '13 or oldor. Call ... ..... WII'Bill 5.., hotpllol bin lino. AdulUPMO !
Fishing Boats AUTOMOTIVE I Howord I n. Phone MO t 1307 .

well an4 air tanks -PANTED. look ,ars QUIET' DISTRICT, Loko Morton. CI.A..I"IID CL..II'IID DISPLAY : :

10 ft. $139.00 116 Automobile For Sale m.uS.. I ,: .I, P.wp( :r.//,host o w B ronnnlont. Throo ; ::1
Csll Block Ill.1001. moms. both Adullo '.0. WO :
lift. 17900 -- 74340. AuburndolO <,rolloct. I
Mi CHEVT II air eoodltlonrdutomoUo ,, WILL PAY coin for clroa oar or '
12 ft. 199.00 CO''CAO& TIIRZI; Ob.lh. skos,,, .
.> tron.nilotlon. radioloour ckup 17 or oldrr MU S-I40H I

12 ft. new stjle $209.00 not-7141dromoUo. tlttoa. .1.... II 410 CaU: ... boor.1"10 5,5 0110105.5,55c.on 000 boo Ih. I i 'm

13 ft. 295.00 ASH FOR YOUR CARCAR ."..1. $45 Dlonll. 111 combooTHRFS
wa nIlA..CII V.oror & .. Ro.d, $g
14 ft. 275.00 ...... 340 50 140 do... ..uDOhla.O..d ., ..nd."I. Cltoor.I.1 .m
C.... .....a... Itu pure so II It's cleaR COMFORTABLII THOSE: room os.
.05Ipl1 toast .ooned PondS.SlO .
CRAWFORD MARINE Root "Ica 1014 Hudoon J.I.On. .onll II roan 033 205,500. 11; DISCOUNT TIME! 'lii1

.wnr. Aiklnt Air .ondltlon.d S17S. MO H.,.. PAYMENTS .....J.fIfI.1210 .

Comer N. Florida and .... : ROOM sod both .00
TOO HIGH? month Convonlrnt ta do.nlo.n.
Memorial Blvd. 1011 CHEVT ......1.. four door. .10 E..' ....DOU.. Phono MU SAFE BUY USED CARS
lordtop l.ctorr .1,. rodlo. BratT 1..1.
2-0..8 ndofTIt
Phone MU Chrrrolot will offur
Call .'.'-'311 aftor 7pmcoll . PIP @ ,
lol model sr.,15.idp.o ..ODaRII DUPUIX All' ,00dl.tlo.Od : -
TLAI,. 14' 11..1. nn..u' 1\181 'TUDaBAKKR Lark ...lIon, homo IB oot ton con .affor Good 100.,0. 4S. P155,15Olod GUARANTEED Iiit
.solo. rmO1. ,5014u.iS. 10511.,, ws.., CI... ....II.D' oond"lon $544030Vt !
must roUsu. 14S' Tan.I...... Ma totuMl ... Mr BUM til or .... Dunn '60 MERCURY Stdeit Powor miring, :t
1.110 ....... BLOCKS from collrto. 11,1,, 900
1 PALCON Puturo Buck.oto .t PENDARVIS ....m. kltch'n wHh dlnlnt ..... '. :: Powor brokoi RfrH, sir cond #96
.. rodlo hrotor lutooi.llfron.mu.ioo bodroom biUi Call MU ....a i
103 Fvrnitvr t AppllanctsEPTttOERATORB. '59 FORD 4-Dr. Haidtep Rtd.o haat,
air oondltion icc, or MU S-a.114 $800
ood condition. Must Mil to .... CHEVROLET USED Ul J! ....,.tic tron.mlitior. ). # 101
W A S H B R II. ootow. Can III 177S or OH221 SMALL APARTMENT Nlco for
5051,. 0000 1..1100.do.nto.n. Stdoit. Pull air/
,oolort, olr conditioner tto. e'j IIS N. Florida Art 50 00550. 59 CADILLAC powtr, $1700 !
Prompt ... 312 aout T.n.. .U 111 5 SF
okoo rrptlrod I cand.hanad #
11 PLYMOUTH 010110,05005 .
..m*.. BOO uo for toot .... IS2I Vorr .1... Call MU 14070 0264.CO'l'TAOO !
2-Dr hardtaa Full
.. loBeot four B.lrlnotor and Oak Ao.uo. Xulhtou0. 120 Farm Implements : pOUR room. Poch'drIb 60 CONTINENTAL 1800
"0". dotlor. NIt D., TVApIIOBrvo for .u.l. 0. VIto 0,00 .hUd. p...', air conditioned. 4141 :;
.. 1310 Auourodalo R4 051 PORD Coupo Fool oharprrado FORD 'l'RAc-rO" sod ...al. ..... JOO3 Boutli Plorldo M2-OOa :
ID S-I1T8 ond Iln...... ,-.. askS Call IIU ...-. ?PICIENCT APARTMENT_ Will.PURNI8HED I 60 LINCOLN Hardtop. Full pews, air $1600 f
ran.mluloa" Cull Oli-0014 aflol SALE1 canditienad/ # I 166 :
'tV BAROAINB Conjplowlr 'Oo ro.1 '.1105 lurol.hod O'oaod floor.Woutold. ;
Built and luorontrod S3! IS and I 121 Msblls Homes .. MU 0.2530.. '60 CHRYSLER LtBoror. Imporlol. / 5.".... $1700 I.
n. Pioo ....tsllStIO... Alwari 1..1 MLRCRD50. : .....n. 0111010mt1. .1
Lakoland boil bUll la BOW orwd Sotra .1.... WIlt ,lad APARTMENT Twordrooni Air eondiliontd., full pows # I U
401 W..tLomon :
TV ol POliO S DO. TV. 1130 5ad15. kmtor.: Call .Z."I ", MONTEREY DELMAR Stmt upotoln. Coll tt MU 1-2111. '57 FORD Stdon. Radio, bosS, ..'omlt$5/ C OIrantmiiilaa If
uburndllo Rood Op B till S 00 to 1 pm. !
... MU S.IIT.. 501014 MIRAMAR MARK NOW AVAILABLE uppr hojf ono. / # 116 f
0"1: 55 BaleS iSIOS
Vow PRIUIDAIRB rrfrllnil. .,.... C.II MIl -1740.. VAGABOND .air...r.conditioner.. duplol. Auuraotlo V.ol,00 h.ot. nooi '60 PLYMOUTH I.'.."". 4.Doo,. Au', Ts,.., ki $2095 : '61 OLDS 4-Dr 5.".". Rodio, hoar $1200 !;

door 13010. Totto. A '11 THU"DKItBIRD for 101' 30Ohs MOBH.S HOMB IKSDRAHCaDEE'S : ".., Loll Huntor 151U sidle Sisal.,. . . . . w.. $%495 i"uOW #200 .t
.......n. oppoilto BoiiuitolWEBTINOHOUBE ,. "U -" .. .. .
0500 S 1217 Blur 4 ID. 59 BUICK 4D. hordtop. Full powtr if
CPRIOHT frroitr Now $1495 $1000
la ., ,".51 toodllloB Call .MO. CHEVROLET Ckon ono owaor tour door. 11000 woon 130 FurnIshed Houses '61 DODGI Sostion W.'O" . . W. $1695 #201 .

oia-0337 alt..r S oil common Aftor SI $ '62 RAMBLER Stdon Radio. lump, autoSQ7O .1
MOBILE Now $109
VACUUM CLLAISRO rabuU" ... .,. roRD ....ortlbl.. CoolartMrS. KEPRONT HOUIE Purnlihrdnu 61 PLYMOUTH 4.DusS.d." . . w. $1.,5 mat.* .,aSs miSiOO. #202 :
.usdltI.aodopo. RoI>.I... ...... .mllit 55 1014 Ploorto.P15,0. Ml N. Wabatk MV SOIOIpll. and ...... ChUd... ...
o.'lIld llloot"o. 3UI CI..llDd otod Call oftor S p m. work Now $1595 '62 VOLKSWAGEN 05*., ho... Lug $1200 .

0.111. .I.d. MU 0.1507BADCOC1'S a. RAM a.&R AjolsrtnsS I door TRAIL.R 'ALlia ranlol., louIs.lamo. d... MIl '.'UOTHRE. '61 CHRYSLER 4.D.o' 5."." . . w. $1795 ( .... ,.ck. #224 if

".. tI,..I-B40I. Oood ooadltWB S4>lColl ...,bondod..... p515 local. and. > notionaliporuro ... In.urrd lab. ..IIOOM.......d porob.Cou.l. 0.UUItllOuoplIollul .1111 Now $895 '60 DODCI 2-Dr. h.r,,'.', Rodia, hoar, $ Qf1I :;

MU __ ..... is-S's. 4710 Ni.Tsmpa 10,5. bm... $1000. "V '60 CHIVROLIT "Con.I"' . . W. $1095 : autamatii trantmiiiioa #225 USFM :1
Art Barlri Thilr EAL BARGAIN M Oadllloo. Olr 01.5.5. .. MU I-5034VER ...3..ft.TWO '
60 CHEVROLET 4-Dr Stdan' Fully 1
.ondilionod. pOlPOWiel55 $795 $11f1fl

SEMI.ANNUALTRADE.IN ....oo. tutomouo R'ojon ....dlo.drotud hrotor.V Into. LITThS 13 to IT..Coitelle, ...Trorol...1 ".11.Tr.II.1.. 051 t. Mo BEDROOM...... Rrferrocoo homo. Adult. IKO '60 FORD 1.Doo, 5.011 . . ::. W.. $995 Now aquipptd. aid conditiantd #21) 5 I 51SF !.f

CLEARANCE 0 5.irvleo IM. IJOO MU :2-1401 MU o10. Jfsoondall Bird, WlBlot II... .. nth pormontat rooldOBU UJ Now $995 '55 PONTIAC 2-Dr. Sod.... $3EO :II

SALE 2.30"4 ... 315-0651. a.1I& V.1,5,15.. '60 FORD St.tW.os/ . . . : W. $1095 Air/ conditioned #212 . . JJW ;
TWO BmDROOM ho.... To.smlll .
CP TO 1M OWNER Mil II *TRAN8PERRED 10Iftal. ........moM lotit .hlld..n .....lId. I" S Now $695 '56 CADILLAC 4-Dr. $ C C

TRADE-IN ALLOWANCI: ... BtroH. Oordoai "obU.Po.k. ..onlh, 002.0007. 59 PLYMOUTH 4.Doo. S.d.." . . W. 1195 1 #211 JJU S
roll YOUR OLD BEDROOM I 111-1301
DVPLIIX ALL .1..10. $1250 '59 CHOYSLES '04p Yaksv' '59 STUDEBAKER Station w...". Radio $ CCO
CP TO US lo.l TRAVELO OilS full .... ...kl,. W.IO, fusl.h.d. "U 4CLA5StPOSO Now $995 >!
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE BOOM HOW TO SNAREA bulk. air conditional. AIM 9IHOcoooaa :IOU 4.Dus, Hoedoop . . . . W. $1195 : and hoot, auto. ....... # 217 oJoJVg:
POBJ aqUa OLD UVLNO wtth I.... bodroom and OIIPLAV '62 COMIT 2-Dr Stdan' Radio. and $ lIllsn.
OP TO IMTKADBIN .lio15. Wood .pun.Ibs. Will 0011 Now $795 TIIUU \
ALLOWANCBPOR .,00rs tom I', 0024601l064500511.R '57 CHIVROLlT4.DS.. . . w.. $995 1 .,. #207 .;

TOUR OLD APPUANCBDP : DRUMor homo. two bod' 61 METEOR. 4 spud. bo., Rtdla and $O1OO t

TO ..1.'I'II..Da.I" ...illont condition. Prlct '63 Now $395 AIWU :
rooms FORD h.. 219
t I. #
ALLOWANCEPOH .....n.bl.. 14 ..._ Clroll.Lok. 51 PLYMOUTH 4.D., 5011 . . w. $S95 ,
OUR OLD CINSTTI: o Bonny. 10.I.sOo I SOI C.ow.rObI.. '62 CONTININTAL Stdani. Air conditiontd/ ., loadod f
other musical Instrument Cas..O.Mut... Powor ouorod .. Now $295 f fSli
Boa "... Bpotial ValuotW.S.BADCOCKCORP. II OREAT LaSso doluio lIuro.IIIU" .n.. .o ond hoolor. Ty.. 057 IUICK "S.cl.I" . . . . w. $495 rlth tirrai. Snowrtem condition, $3495 :
at 40110. front .11...... two 5s0100 ..... .... 1 ta choose ,,.m. Your Choice 1 .
and Inexpensively ., .; ,
quickly ,.room*. .rI. oondltloo bonk.flnonro
wIll 111 Oakland Koadburndolo ONE O. THEI SALESMIN 59 SpoM-Amorkaii 15 Boat and Trailr $850LINCOLNMERCURY I

Jut look under $2195Frank c. c. "'wftn," H._ ........ Bslm ..'..... *".n.. .,1..?. 2." Uood Ca' '.1.. ..ft.., : with/ 60 H P. .".//n.. Compltta'

0105 _. 55 _. ltll .... 5lo' 0..1. 5050W .,11 isInmo 5u5t15 H.r" : :!
O.N.IIAL U'.IO'. icol-
Btort sod
.,ko c .",.... boil HonlI "... Walbor. Claude Jenkins
Plorlda Musical ,.., 10,011100. N. .1.... hni. Coal. o. Trs06.
I Mulbrrrr SUro Bounan : CUsslflcstlon IM Tourl.l pork. 1141 Bait Mall :

I .. I p m. dolli. Prl. altos ."00"e.lllIO I

,I until IOpm Instruments In Clsssuled 8COTI1a 1..1 ".llor. FosterMOTOR HAROLD FUSSELL

All Dor Wodoo da> .. U' 0011 ..." ,". fullp ...1.....,
Our M _.. .." I
auorloto 'I koniw. A..I 514 Soul .... SALES INC. :it

PlorldotokolonS 'ow Da.ald.SOUOT 1111 E. Main St. lOve, 11 Y.... .f D.&I., Qu.hty S.r./cel/ Open Till f f.M. Day Saturday :
Auaclott Start "I. Al
411 N. florida A.a. 68.7113 :
OSLO 40 Rithardsos bouo.tr'll.0I05.
IIS .. FlorIda A.o. I
070 15.. T.mpo MU 3.1235 941 East St. Isfcsli Ph. MU 26151 itn

Bodcack win Troal Too Runt HI.n..,. :.., = n .. ,

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T DIAL MU 6.1151 148 Waterfront Property 153 Houies For Sal 1 153 Houses For Sal I 153 Houses sal*
., NIIl. Lomb. Mesm.realIMt .
IAMII'ICI 05Dan Oab11oso0 DUll TO olMUmMMU Will Ml TURK BBDROOM, eon O.U> OBhorn. I'Oft 05Ll .... .
PENDARVIS 3 ...droo.. ..01 eke' III.... brtfroom. two both otioolcandlUon ., SSSo down. MU I-TtlOf pal.fMm aaadlt4R. Iwo.MOM 01"
..,..., S7IIO c... .. (.rmi, Met CB homo. la. Hllh & 3:. nm I I114110.11II1 rash. b114 .round
LAKELAND LEDGER Uoioe luu tram MU. S* off ... land Hili. 'or _,IIIco.. C.IINU I. a.40'1'rPVL modal ".8.
I ePMroihoMlna
...11 dare. Groom A -Omwhei 3-JlII. hems. Inro00 "bdrom, IN bsW THRU BBDHOOM how.
Hideaway S milea Nona M o.. CB HO"&. votUldo ooiutiru tint barbs tot convenient looa.lion .1 and air onndluanliw a. I

_.___._ ____. ___ ___ _ u ___ __ o. Ml Wade and weurl Label Mariana. Paved rood 1tall. near, cry.lal Lake el.BM ono acre,...of.,load. Bold on by New owner Coao orMe
.. toot bokoload Auburadoli ..N., tar ooullr Drive by :3eleEichenie City Itl j
CHEVROLETLAKELAND I ::: ::: Ill Real Estate Exchange WO ,-.". A.nur Call owner140Ions. your awl broker. phone MU
>rotaThomaeRlrDUc6o" a71l
Porn ALt M OWBN ond bull '
TRADE BOUITT I. Hire bedram. ... broad nov. sear BouUitatii 100000: -o.n.' "' Call.lolnla : NEW HOUSE at oil Hull Blraot.w ..
,.i CB horn lor boos trailer '.i Clnolond Hounu, beouUfuj Will n.rill. two bed Th.. ordiooou, two. Ilia. bottle.Welkei
"U S4001 altar t fJ* tr oa. Oak loon. air oondltlonodtoMtf nom houee. Perlert oondlUonIdoal Call MU J 3423THRM
hoot Two tarto bodroomi. lot el ion Cleveland hele.hu BEDROOM' row ii home
152 Reel Estate Wanted Florid room. both Md M A _110.. For (13.000. if Mid by M Miohlian.
hams. ,.. ...._. .ho ..alt abat April 101 Owner o.3.1..*. on Ono ] bdrarrou.. on Ctow,
--I "I oar muiui need btMnfor and prlood blot "luoTerm. BRIT LOCATION in Lakeland ford Lake. KolkMie Mlchleaa

200 lop,..i. renuie tut 'Memorial. Mil I Rudr. oM-4IOt, ReallUt at.,1 el, .no It.w elMlnt_rotto. If. La.olod Lwoort.ro. .. Two ,bedroom hardwood memory floor.. Floridaroom lensedbark Car Will, eeU or Weds14.0040, Can f I

WANTED: *7. W goo acre ofII. "334. olUr o paoao M .. lend mitt. Arienllno Bopeelura : It buy It. Heel email)
THREKnorlda BJrDROONil ITS bar ffi-'i: FHA tinanoed I'I I'INW" SHOPPING
liMM Con-
ben or bur
... .
moo air: pondltln d *
CLEAN CARS IN STOCK 14t 01-Sri R. M P01W. .od (;
frond rard bat bartalawrr la
son end Parm e7e473Tampa COLLBOC .32 ParbOlilat. '. convenient to
doilroblo loratioa. Call Ml4O6I very
or altar e ".... M34BMTvrmi .room partlp lurhlhrd. 010.700RN ., nice 3 BR home with :2
FROM $99 to $4995 SLIGHTLY USEDVOLKSWAGENS LIST YOUKPROPERTY IARGAIN THRIJr atl...aollra. CIhoae. .noOJJI loon, M.tdowbrook KroltrNO Bath, Florida Room, Din
.. .
Carpal ulIIl" .nln..Indo.
WITH US .'. la.ala..... nko aMhbrlood ing Room Double garage\
I ao 'lop. I.... ao 00,. DOWN PAYMENT OAKS 1241
and SHADE -
"ir -shorty ... BILL It. BURN' Inn rat Tliroi btdroomi
"WE HAVE A CAR FOR YOU"Everyone IT DOWN H L (Short,> Palma 011 Woodland' Drlr, lot 70' i. Edgewater Dr. is near new
rteillar, LMLA 104 B. 7..Vhoaa. : 1.1' lario .Hid. trooo. "TM .
1963 VW Sedan . .$1595.00 Aeenuo. Ph... .01173 worth tloOOO IDroo bedroom n roar lot Wards and Sears Shopping
"- -; {N,.. to B Tina. Aft. Partial 131 Blrun, Mtoo and two bed. K4.500 with terms RN-/
: LoU oom.. til Btvoanoh. 17.aoo. .k,. ALL BRICK HOMES
: : of 1963 VW Sedan . . 1625.00 I loin.on,..., III dlKount for tout
NEED loon .. ...Iun loud la m? oquilr Pooh ...., 708.COUNTRY
1963 VW Deluxe Sta. Wgn. 1995.00I I tor hor.ee. 0.0'.. Burt Broker, 8M.17 JTHREKV' $56.36 LIVINGRight
88..aall.1 .
I BtDROOM two 'UIIb.'h.
these fine
; :4 i. family room. oooarotir per month
1963 Karmann Ghia Cpe 2095.00 153 Heuiss Fer Sal uUII. *IM ohower. walltawollorpotlno In town with shade
I '
a I i aonvonlont .. oil imall down payment an our loU and real seclusion -
hooli and but inn. Por'", oon.dition 4eay mod.!, now aoeer conelruelloa > trees
64 cars is priced 1963 Karmann Ghia Cpe. 2045.00 I 00110.OUTH.roJr. Thin., IIIIW.bodroom.Tr.d1 ,\II..ur, Boo u. MU am.14ONDKR Features Include 3 BR'., :2

.11I ..... twin _, Waiblal ha' CONBTRVCTION Trodl. Baths, Florida room, dou

%, to sell- 1962 VW Sedan . .aa 1445.00 I .Mesa anwl ahopplne.c...e elreet and from.1'01.'Bout** row lanai dialed In dolan room foolurlnt....Ied lorn.u app. IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION ble carport, large fenced In
s I ..., Junior HUH ".., WIBdwrstreet > room *lth firopio. doublt yard with Shuffle Board
VW Sedan 1425.00 oil Bouth Lincoln A_ door onir (oror. double ,oBrlor
1962 ioro
. . Kitchen ,
MONZA Modern
ou.. 0.... lIuadn ." .'..... 00.M Bra.. Lokrlond eat d. CO. Court and
'61 PLYMOUTH 'U ,. appolalrnabl Pbon 1S0'I ilroblo ...d...... BOB 0..... build with Dishwasher RN.923
1962 VW Sunroof . 1475.00 ; Bolo. IU-U8I. I rr, 11304.13. '( eoon I
Full power, radio, 411 Ave. .I.I1111 Is priced at $19.900 with
Coupe-4 speed, radio, healer. I KENT-BALE "r.r college Two HO 8TAUNTON Avenue. Arne ...- .iJ43.
heater and automatic Sedan OKI room.*. eleeplni porch Cott.i., lot Three bedroom. two bald. f terms Southside.
VW 1275.00
tranimliilon.Sharp. I 1961 . a I In rear 8I9-U34 between (-7pmORKCLOSED I Florida room, built In rondo and

I 1961 VW Sedan .p.,0 1225.00 bream In many REPOC.ICI Lakeland areoeI E 9 I oven tronnlerred. Central .air MT1 and 8-1021 heat. Own.er .I $50 PER MONTHS I Ia SCOTT KELLYRealtor

$2195 63 CHEVROLET Impala ...1 I Rudy Realtor. 1627 I. Memorial PRIVATE OWNER CB art
I Bled 6104107Realty I Iii bedroom, It iii bath, two blab
r 4.Door Hardtop. Lib 1960 VW Sunroof . 1075.00 i iRiTiRII"oa. home. from Cryelol LaU echool Com.furnl.h. 1 ttdroom f..... beam, LMLA
.... 'h.' mull no told Inmtdloulro
Mlelely IHOO aeeumiAIR
213 S. Tennessee Ave
new (.100100. boil, .odrr 1..000 VA mor....... 3-1a7l.. outllfrlnt. no olMlni cat no
F E.c.lI.a IOrm.. Cab o.alkl. Clark .."... Minimum down pormontnnd MU 2.5195CL..lal.IID
Save $475 Off List '61 FORD Falrlan 2- 01-4011. 'I CONDITIONED: and boot rou mows In, For Informttlon
DETROIT CARS- COMPUETKLV: AND attractively three bedroom Florida. poolham. phono Mondtr throutb Frldtr (
Door. Air condition. .. Boulnelde. Call MU I.141HREK .. ..
,4 : tur.Mh: .: COlh,.. Hand to M I ._ DISPLAY _
r' ;'A! *" ed. Two t* choei tore,. DUO thurch Only (1.too. THREC BEDROOM f.m. houee.It. .
.w EXTRA CLEAN Clark| Kealty. 6M-40J1 ..... of .nd. 13.100 cuSPhod MU 2.2283OWNERcSALE ,
..- from. THREE. two bethl. "U3100,
"'' '62 FORD Falrlan 500 CI I cooitriMtion. Cork floari trail BEDROOM CB Ilk. nowrarer .
> r "6 Stick 1964 Ford Galoxlt 500 $2795.00 ". heel ..d air' condltlonmirDUhod ,. lot. oil hoot conditioning. HI
Near Bhoppine ornenurehee P'ItA Widow lolnt aorui .8J.Ml
I.".. and whale: CIUIlllliii Small down payment
shift radio and heot-
1963 Ford XL 500-4 speed 2795.00 I and II.. oroMctlon.. Ju.t
{ ..5 DOWN. 888 monlhlr TOio o. Porker Ro.d In Medulla. tthrot
ut or city By >ppoinuneot onit -
; R '62 r.CHEVROLET b.lAir 1963 Olds. 98-4 Dr. Loaded 2895.00 lets NU Parado I.taao 0' 'lbla Homo.homo. tarn. i lot.In Loko bedroom.....CB nhipl.. carport.". ownor Crr.tal, MB- nth c.rport bedroom and the btllt uiilltr CB. on homo tIco USED TRUCKS
I. / I 10'UI0'
lot opproiimioir
? 8.01. .u.a7'Jo.
.. V... Automatic 1961 Corvair Monza Cpe. OROVC CB PARK carpotlnl...... .Three draperloiconditioned bed.room -. WB: HAVB tho homo madam. .trmnt pprtluU Can t 0 000 Etrl t60 Tttluuo t month MU AND TRACTORS

transmission, radio air orrooned 13U2 looklnc for Toll uo what rot CMIVOIOL.T Anrho "1'"
1 4 Speed . 1395.00 patio, built In OB ,ansd wont ond wh.ro pot wont It. 2"1" or MU 0-717J 00 p chua wm .,.'..... lent
61 hiatir. 3 t* choose I .een. lorto lot I11.OOO Promtmorlieao Wo b.'. homto of all P,.... In p,rhu eedv. A.I .h,_".
Uio location of cholco. TAI .. ,' "'*".
eiOWO O03-4J4J for your
from. 1960 Chev. 2 Dr. Sedan 995.00 I .ppolntmentBY W..t'l ._1.1 owner movlnc *"aul"7t'"t IOMt
north Sara all. 3 .bedroom Intod MAKE OFFEROwner ( INTIItNATIONAL M ten
; 60 DODGE Polara. Fully 1960 Chev. Station Wagon 995.00 OWNER ono ocro. three bed- .ul. carpetlni. wonderfully p ekup, Cleen. A.I Os.lCana '
and air Dam CB full tllo both carport londwapod bock faro fenced. t.on_ On. owner
FORD pow.r.d con unit room til.000, IJIO down 1541 down la aualllled buyer. transferred, must DO 0.., y.._.. 0.00rues.
ditioned. tI8 J.aaJ7 ortor 1 p mEAGER RO-111. Cill any time MU S.2oo4 sell 3 bedroom, Fla. room, ., .nO".n 0000
or MU i'0133. Mn Wini
61 CHEVROLET Wagons. TRUCKS fred I. Oann with, Fuuelle ojIon. 2'/4 bathe, hardwood floors NOW
Choice of automatic In*.. fill BouUt Florida A... and air conditioning An
2-Door. One owner. TO GO central beat There .
transmissions or : 1963 VW 6 Passenger P.-up 1745.00 BY' OWNER now three bedroom double carport. TWOedai

stick, 6 cylinder or CI homo. Carport. utility JUKIrf Drapes and carpeting Included ....
1962 Falcon Ranchero 1295.00 IN BUSINESS? Combeo Rood on Boyd D.,.. Lown and O..n tra00ra.p .
} V.(. Three t* choose J80 down MU 0-1664 Swimming pool with MU M"a.flU and 'or II a M"._Coil n.
895 ) from. 1961 Corvair 95 Rampside CLEVELAND HIIOHTB lorio twobrdroom filter nystem Near South. ,".....n.I .
See the "Business Opportunities" homo Lot to ,UI'. Cub
< '61 THUNDERBIRD. Fullpower Pickup 1195.00 lam built by owner Oonetractlon gate and Southwest Schools Many mere
i . .
to ads in and location the belt. Would I
air condi today'spaper choose fromQUILLIAN
,alder eecond Ibort.... for f*
i\ tioned. All I I white 1958 VW Pickup . 445.00 for the best buys. small 3011 Woodland equity la HUHWESTSIDE ouollflod buyer 01094MEL RUDY'
;y'+ ( : finish. 1952 Chev. Metro Van 225.00 INTERNATIONALTRUCK
: .'.' '63 MONZA Spyder Con. c:1..IID. DISPLAY REALTOR & TRACTOR
( 1527 E. Memorial Blvd
'r' E vertible. Four In the DOWNodorn
$300 686-4107 timeCLASSIFIED 2115 Did. City Hw..
i e e' t floor. any '100". MU 2.41 ITFormorlr
ROSS LAKELAND PUBLIC SALE hlotk homo In food .on.dlUoa.
.. .. ,
f. : '62 FORD Colaxle "500" Corner oo ,lJa' lot will DIIPLAV (. 'Oilborl
0.11 treoo. Three bedroom. Low .
;<. : .. 4.Door Hardtop. Full 10.00A.M. Feb 29, 1964 oilna ratw poymente 0, -
l {14 7t Includlnt Ian" and ......-
'I. 11\.". power, automatic MOTORS INC. 1037 L'Lim. St. Lakeland anoo PHA.ABBOTT.
transmission, radio L Ae = B
\ and heater Th. i.lIa.ini lining Will haNroN HECKES CO.
a. P.011. ..,..
59 "U CHEVROLET Impala : 1500 W. M.morlailivel. .
: R..IIO' { MLA
..,. ....
(1) NI. I. (It Hoiwotor MU 1.1113
111 C. 7'ns AU. Pb
y Super Sport @ .bootor, T.V. U.tnovulpmont .
Ph. MU 2-5113
tible. Full power, air I ell lloctrlo Pro.4a .- CLASSIFIED. DISPLAY LuxualouWATIR00NT "'PTLI.J
I ben \ conditioned. Factory II W1.O.IIIa....... ,.'MO..... Inoooetion oon bo mod any
CHEVROLETStation warranty I .saW Umo prior to ..I.. All oolooaooh For Your New or Used PIATUS5ScoMplayt
and final .......... M Murk UClunOlf CINTI.COIf.OOMIN.IUM .

Wagon SEVERAL LEFT OVER ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: I npprovol.MtDIUM CARS
------------- DooI ash TItIo ....., To I..., AmPIOM
1963 CHEVROLET C.II' $1,110 .ND 045 Pin 1010.

V-8, automatic DEMOS BELAIRS AND E. M. "PICK"PICKERING 3w/d d... 5-aIdy ,_ er MATH" ..00.4000.4Ih.
IMPALAS .... ... tams 114UO..0 P"a.Id00
.I.4 C.0a.w
cylinder. Stick ihlft. ESTON WILLIS WMI,
New ; f lobe yw N..0 ..arNI .
Tag. \ : / 62 CHEVROLET Impala AUTO SALES 1111A..0
:i' \. Convortlbl Full ,or:1
\: 110) I. Main S1
(.W.0 Wa.dM Cnd.alm.ln ApnO..Lr..e
: power. Ham 688-1007 M ("lne 5. M..nd A.-slat,.
1'X 56 CHEVROLET 4 Door. -LiGHT- -HIAVY- OHk 616.J694
p'. V-8, automatic tram I
R Q minion.


4-Door Hardtop. outomatic YOUR HIGH TRADING


don, radio, heater,

59 '61 CHEVROLET Convertible .

Full power, automatic STRAIGHT SHOOTING


CHEVROLETConvertible lion, radio, htattr. .Special of the IVeofc
i 1 New car trodt-In. 52 FORD 2 Ion long wheel bat, 2 speed axle .... .. ... $100
58 LINCOLN. luxury car
and Ilk. new.j .

j Black beauty, V-8, stick '62 Full PONTIAC power Bonneville.transmission and air '60 FORD >,i ton 'Pickup ................................................. .$1095 64 CO--I-fT HOTTEST THE YEAR'S CAR

conditioned. '59 FORD Pickup. Runs good, looks rough .....?............................... $ 395

64 MONZAS. Choic of '60 FORD Rancher .. ............................................,.....................$ 395
$1 095 automatic tronimli-

lion or 3 speed. '55 INTERNATIONAL U ton ...... .-......-................................................$ 300

S.'SCat ; a Thr. to choose '59 FORD Pickup. New paint. Real good .......................................... ...$ 900

.3 \ 't1 '63 OLDSMOBILE from. F-8S. '56 FORD Pickup. Good tires, runs good .................:.......................... $ 480

t,. Automatic tronimls- '59 GMC LW.B. New paint. Good shop ............................................ $ 195

t lion, power steering '60 FORD Pickup. Automatic transmission .,..........-......................... $1000
and broke
'59 VOLKSWAGEN. Rebuilt tranimitslon. A canvas canopy ............ .$ 600
r I ( 62 FALCONS. Stick shifter FOR A LOT LESS THAN

automatic irons.I '60 DODGE tt ton. .................................................................$ 795

e minion. 3 t. choose '55 INTERNATIONAL 1 ton, dual wheels, flat bed .............................. $ 500
'55 FORD U ton, stake body .. ...... ............................................... $ 500
: 1 SPECIALS '60 FORD F.3S0 one ton with stake body .$11 75

UNDER $500 '58 DODGE Panel ...................................................................,....$ 450

I b 57 PLYMOUTH 2- '61 CHEVROLET Corvon ..................................................................... .$1195 t DELIVERED IN LAKELAND

Door 6 cylinder '57 FORD W ton tW.B ............................................,....................... .$ 7SO
t. chooio from. '58 FORD F-600 2 ton, V.8. Real good ....."....................................... $ 995 ,

1 '55 CHEVROLET 2- '52 FORD F-7 l.W.B. Runs good, looks rough ...............,........,........... $ 113 WONDER CLAUDE JENKINS' COMET SALES ARE UP
Door BelAtr.
'60 TANUS (German

Ford) '56 WHITE WC-22 .................................................. ...............-........ $ 480

r.-jnynMnaHKi '58 FORD F-850 ,.... .... ................................................_............_ $2195 1 e '
'63 TEMPEST 4 cylinder
57 GMC Model "550" .,..........................,........................................... .$ '50

59 FORD Wagon.Country Squire. '56 GMC Diesel' .... .............................................-................................$ 89$

Real sharp.k '54 MACK Diesel .. ........... ...................,..,..............'....................."......$2250 DURABILITY
57 DODGE Wa.*... Full
powor. '60 MACK H.67, completely reconditioned engine, deeper ...........$7500

'63/i FALCON Sprint,

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'61 tronimlMlo OLDoMOIILI' 4-Door...IeaNl.ala.Aytom.tlt .CHIVROLIT... A",1e LIMN....."'Stetlen,..i... "WOf w... Urge I BR home lacing room, dining( room, kitchen
M, fcraku, radio *teorte|, reoie end IO Q Cheeter Uk Bonny The ..d b..hr $2195' O7 j* dining room.( Hi loCI, 90 and only covered$1S,7MI patio.RO1098.MEL Reducedto Radio, heatereydrpmetic, olr conditlolli",
'n CHIVROLIT M "4"." AwtemtKtinted feet frontiga. Furnished or
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"Tkootor 1095 mid .It, RO-1070 power
radio ; : w.; RUDY hone vim I (Met ol f round0IO
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... '63 CADILLAC Conrartibla Special EIDoredo. Flee
'CS DODGE Port "770," AuromorltOn R M. MARLER LM LA-REALTOR Frost Silver point. Equipped with cruise control,
abee wheel automatic head Vamp
...., ... djuatoble/ steering ,
ewiwr, S17QC i pee I.ael.a 6 .11. & SON 1SZ7 E. Memorial Blvd. .
merit PULTOMLbaAue control, plus oil other Cadillac 'JyxMry fe turea
low mlleoie{ I7 > IrpHMiiMiMi sad $QQ Bhealer. dial 886-4107 time"LOVABLE" "..
Out ewwcr 770* |.UL* R.klloutat w'.m"3atl9 ln.luding pie
'61 CORVAIR M.... Coupo. 4 oood, e. M>I4 at. MV heal : $4995
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white wag| tiro I77*> R..f, 1..k. 1195 IDEAL '1S1 MERCURY Monterey 4-Door. White. Radio, heat

'St CADILLAC. CI..... ..... Uod..I '(} CHIVROLIT I.,."M 4-Deor Here HOMES BY I .r, automatic transmission, power steering, power
.-.I,, end too. IF.., or rkeM. I broke*, air conditioning.
all $1695
.11 $1995 AutomotK, power differentcolor.I .t.... VA MANAGER me pie. .a-kodroomrOK, ..U>4 Iw MM balll, ...hand....Id 4 BEDROOM.2 BATH Reel nice . . . .
'62 FALCON 11, radio, 10....., aIN, Utk..l.*. One block 60 MERCEDES 220S Gsa engine, standard shift, eliconditioning.
from Yacht
paw. Rod'4.DarLik.9395.. I tl,.,. 1964 .... $4$2595 $100 DOWN Two blocks to tennla and I Book price 2195.

'61 'ORD Goli.lo J03 4.0..,. Auto.motlc Y Nlf choice .. .. ; $1800
Nan> cholM komM ell lor JOHN J. BRENNAN iolf. Urge family room Special
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...Power..", wiw tttorlnf tIN*. $1 QO, rowie CT ,l CHIVROLlTI".I;, J-Door. Hord. lonl Oomolrtolr..'....1. ..MdMortlmlllonttilr low M tot Shelter LNL4 IM4103a living room with marble, '60 PONTIAC Cot: ligo 4-poor. White. radio heater,
,,..... Clteent evor. I OVD l. Automorli froMmlMloii. e rod. ,,e..ewkire. slop or our ortieo or cell II",'. dome II K4 ullo fireplace, central /heatingand outomptlc frpntmltiion, ppwer teerlrvg, power

'61 CORVAIR 4-Door. ... air conditioning. Corner broke., sir ; -
Powtrilldo ro die hooter, power Mo r<*f, .II. TR.TUCKERJr fOOlldtlonlng.$1 CQC
tile, ....t.., wiw tlrot, I.Z.I,. wall fink lot. Citrus treea. Double carport. Excellent /
t flew, ass owmr.. StOQC 1964 rap $2695 REALTOR FHA HOMES For sale by owner. '60 PONTIAC Bonnerille Convertible. Radio, heeler,
IX7 >
"60 I.tra CHIVROLIT cloo* Srotlon ,60 CHEVROLET I-DoM < .,cl"...., HI H MM.J :eTi.: Lekleb/ 260? DERBYSHIRE automatic tranamitiion, power $1895
Weon. Pow.trtlido "
CALL 6824733 brakea. Like
sir conditioned, 'n/' 995 Flub and Proto asnaav4 $100 DOWN\ steering power new
oloorl.i, Irola .2. $| JtQ power C beta An5 rtoaM Moose 64 CHRYSLER New Port 4.Dr. Sedaax Whit. Radio,
lye (leu. One ;!,.,. I t 7 o7 '5> MO'TIt, .......,. c..,.. ... W.hn the eompLU net of rHA $100 POWN heater, automatic transmission, power stewing,
'II COMT 4-Door. Radii' hooter, dio end basis Oneewner. x695 A LITTLE SECLUSION awud horn clued. for ulla HOUIM I. oil ...Uont el tokolond power brakaa, air conditioning. $OQQC
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t.1t 1295 S9 CHEVROLET 4.1>", Perkwoodn. bdrarn, I" blob. hom. Cos.id. a 110 others en 1 In Ilk.n.w .Low doss pwnenU. no '60 FORD Country Sedan Station Wagon 4Door.
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61 FORD Goleile 500 4-Door Herd radio aid keetfr 770* waft 0'.1.. atovt. rtlriiwaior ,.>) wcuU (Ube own lnfora Uii bun nowlABBOITHECKES. brakes air
top. Redio, hooter, CrubeO.Motif shows .n,""' .. arson,oN sill' Chad er steering power con. $1295
white well 'JT CHEVROLET '210" foworellde, Stress caU. Mona Hlclmood .JUt nice family wagon.
ibis.: Al cadelad bust,'. $795 -.V a-eU. HOWARD GILLETTE '59 CHEVROLET Pork wood Station Wagon 4-Door.
'62 CHEVROLET lelAIr Covpe. Auto. litre'loe* CO. V.8, Blue end whit., radio heater,
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w walnut PI. Shbtlare LMLAI17 trontmlition,
CHEVROLET H kliu Ruse et I I. w steering,
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food end It SO O 1 MU 2-4179 brakea, air conditioning . .
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I Four Are Resolution On Cyprus SoonUNITED

In -
Kidnaping NATIONS, NY, ----u

(AP).Diplomatic sources said a truly inconspicuous new hearing aid
MONROE. N.C. (AP-Three, the Union today that there It some chance
Negroes and a white man have touched the U.N. Security Council will
been convicted of kidnaping a noon of get a resolution this weekend to
white couple in the aftermathof provide[ an International peace
a 1961 race riot. The maximum hours torn and a mediator for the f
sentence Is life Imprison Mr. and Cyprus crisis, S
ment. of These sources expressed be-
Superior Court Judge Walter stopped by lief? that the resolution, If It ma-
Brock delayed sentencing section, terialises, will eventually be
Thursday after an a11-white and held adopted. I
jury found each of the defendants Kunstler rt.. +"4 i AL The council was under new
guilty of two counts of Lowry. pressure from Britain, which indicated .
kidnaping The jury deliberated ry's part Thursday It would abandon : s'k
IS minutes 'done as a the Job of keeping peace on r
Scheduled for sentencing today in a Cyprus If an International force
were Mrs Willie Mae Ma)' Testimony I. not letup: soon THE NEW SPACE AGE
lory, 37 Macon, Ca, and Stegalls Sir Patrick Dean the chief
Brooklyn, N.Y. Harold Reape, car Lowry British delegate told the coun-
19, and Richard Crowder 21, middle of ell.: "It la neither helpful nor BeI on;
both of Monroe, all Negroes; in front of fitting for ui to continue to carry ompanionTINY
and John C. Lowry 23 Flushing, Williams, out this thankless task If
N.Y., who came to Monroe as a leader there Is no prospect of an international IN SIZE. BIG IN PERFORMANCE,
white "Freedom Rider." ) force or steps towardan
So lightweight to comfortable Hither fidelity-you hear every
William lory forced agreed solution of the problems -
Defense attorneys I behind the ear you have all the sound clearly and Mtujmlly
Kunstler of New York and Waiter the car at of the republic. ) freedom of movement you want a.ear level
guard over Dean said, however that Britain .
S. Haffner of Cleveland
Ohio, Indicated they will ap a dark WINNERS' ,.. Jennie .....,.", Mm, Co. 110""."".'" School' teecher 'In cker.e Is ready to contribute troops e Powerful-and signed handtomely-de e for Extra the lecure active and individual durable-Ideal
peal.Interracial. one hand science fair, looki, over Hi* two winning' eihiblr At the left li Do"",. Mc. to an International force.
picketing around another. NIIC."Y'J. ...htH ef M,. end 104,.. Den I. McC....'., 724 Perklvew Piece, winner ef .... Britain normally has a garrl- i see the B&*+ Companion today
---- O'.N TOHIGNTfA dlrlilon. At the center h Vkkle' Wetlfcreek, ilitk grade, devghter .f M,. end eon of 2,000 men on Cyprus but
1017 N. Vermont Ave., winner ef the fourth-fifth-ilnth ..... dlvilon. ha. sent 5,000 more at the request FOR LOSS p
( ," .) of Cypriot President Ma-
arlos to enforce the ceasefirethat BeI onl HEARING SERVICE
ended the Christmastimefighting 1
Official Gets Guard between the Greek Cypriot -
majority and the Turkish 207 E, Lemon St. Ph. 682.8450STRAUGHNS
Cypriot minority.

Visit To Oklahoma City -

Okla Commerce, confirmed an anonymous The official emphasized thai
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INCOME guarded AvI-,. by titled., and he said police were no- decision bearing about on the development government'ol!::1 RD. AT SUNSHINE, LAKELAND

his life "The phone call was paned
-said on to me. Bcause of this and supersonic transport aircraft In
Oklahoma other crank calls we decided It the next decade.ELEPHANT ev
If ....'.. ....vl". Your finolly .
....., ...rchln. _." intoler- might be well to have plainclothes M 1 1
ba rcMHiM and MohnluJUnwooo $ for the men there," Draper NEAR TAHOE 100
_.'. a eulek.Innpontlve well" said.Draper RENO -The fossilized vertebra 7 t9 MTV
way. ...to Take. in plain then said the detect of an imperial elephant V
your UK .e aiocl Thw'll to Hala- tlves were present In case opponents believed to be 15,000 years old
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I a Jiffy. end yeah Iii he held to picket. in the Sierra west of Reno.
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Soo noamt City to there because of the threat i Is of Nevada paleontologist, Bonus StampsWITH
Block etfioo TOOrl boom just not true" he said.
Feb. estimated the animal, which has
ItmNTH Halaby Leaves I been extinct for 12,000 to 15,000 EACH 8 GALLONS
We .w.....>r w .ral* ,r.p.f.Iia. .( ...' city the Halaby said he was not awareof years, stood about 13 feet highat
Inch sear error* &I" yen the reported threat until he the shoulders and weighedsix
w ...11I"0 ,h. ...nel or I.'...... to seven tons.
the hotel "when I
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A worker
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Tues' nearby were following me." He found the bone.
HL.3 halt the flew on to Los Angeles for the
it de- weekend.At .
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