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Lakeland ledger
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Lakeland evening ledger
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Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
March 10, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
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v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


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Began Feb. 21, 1941.
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-v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
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l Chamber Officials Speak fy/L) J&

WinterIs Park Beauty Boone Rapped On College sfreSelection

'64 Citrus QueenNANCY By WILLIAM D. SHILLING grove and the expenditure of college sits, and that he had had no authority to make any

Ledger Staff Writer $400,000 of taxpayers' money. heard report of economicand Junior collage I agreementwith

County School Superintendent "We Intend to find out who political reprisal against Foster
any municipality,
By JOHN CARROLL Shelley S. Boon was own* the orange grove," Lakeland.

Ledger Staff Writer charged last night with having Foster said.WUIam Directors said that such a said:

WINTER HAVEN Miss led Lakeland "up a bunchof : Skipper and Alan letter was written In 1954. It "Wasn't this a secret deal

Nancy Allison Collins, a 111earold blind aUeyi" In the teleo Hart, new director asked if resulted from the effort of to swap the future of our

Rollins College sophomore tion of a lite for the Polk the chamber had written a Winter Haven to take the kids under the table? I*

la the new Florida Citrus Junior College. letter supporting Haven for a Florida Citrus Commission this honor among thieves?

Queen. Frank Foster, cochairmanof : junior college some yean out of Lakeland. Dlrecton If we are held to such a deal,
Miss Collins, of Winter Park the back. agreed that a board of yean
Junior college committee we've had It and we had bet
captured the coveted title, an of the Greater Lalceland Hart reported that there ago could not make such a ter get out."

array of gifts and $1.000 in Chamber of Commerce laid was a "breach" developing commitment binding on future John M. Bryson, chamber
cash over a field of 23 other at the meeting of chamber between Haven and other boards.
Florida lovelies before a crowd dlrecton: Polk communities over the Holding that the 1954 board (Turn to Page 2, Column 1)

estimated at nearly 2,000 in "Boone didn't lay a word I '" I
Nora Mayo Han last night. about zoning in the criteriafor

She was the 1963 Miss Orlan YEN sy syn consideration of college
do and the 1963 Miss Dance of sites

America.the Citrus She Queen was sponsoredin competition Zoning Stressed Voters Go To PollsIn

by the Greater Orlando "Yet, that's all Dr. Wttten-

Chamber of Commerce. barger talked about in sayIng -

First Vote Tied Z x, a "1"e that the Junior college
8 dii had to be built on the Winter
Miss Collins, an auburn- Haven golf course site or

haired green-eyed dance Instructor there would be no state funds
Is 9 feet 5 Inches tall r for Its construction" New
and weighs 117 pounds. Her Hampshire
Foster was referring to Dr.
vital statistics are 36-23-38. i
James Wattenbarger, head
She is the daughter of Mr.
of the State Department ofEducation'
and Mr*. George J. Collins,
team ,
of Winter Park.
which !Ignored the of
After in
appearing evening
of the membersof Outcome
a majority '
the contestants came
gown c.
the Polk County School
back to compete in bathing
{ Board that several sites be
suits. The Judges eliminatedall
Y approved by the Tallahassee
but five of the girls and
delegation."Our Closely
had to have the five finalists b
.return to the stag twice to own school board was "k, s

break a tie vote. Ignored by Dr. Wattenbargerand '

Linda Cheryl Egland,19, the the members of. his Watched
current Miss Florida, Miss team, Foster said.

Coppertone and Miss Miami Foster said that ha and

Beach of 1963 was one of the Bernard C. Johnson, cochairman : -
five runnenup The 5-foot, 10- of the chamber's Junior .
=,i :i r 3r Hampshire voter put their
inch brown-haired, hazeleyedSouth college committee Intendedto "
piece Into the big Republican
Miami beauty was a be present at the meetingon V
favorite of the spectators. March 18 with Dr. Watten puzzle today. .

Jeanni Dequlne, 19, of barger, and that they Intended f 4 > A trickle of votes from Dlx-

Pinellas Park who is a professional to ask: r ,.i villa Notch, a hamlet near the ,

model Miss West 1. Why did the 4, Canadian border, began the tide
survey OL > t tt that will shape the battle for the
Coast Press Photography team eliminate all but one
GOP nomination
to President

Miss Florida Outdoors, Miss site for the Junior college oppose
.New York State Society, Miss against the expressed wishesof : Johnson next November.

Snow Queen, Miss Fun Festi- the school board? r; I Votes Counted
r : x
a f .
val and holder of other titles, f Nina voters In Dlxvlll Notch
., another of the finalists. Accessibility Questioned "
was q' 1' registered three write-In votes
Eighteen.year old Carolyn NANCY COLLINS, 2. Why was toning not ,n 't'' for Henry Cabot Lodge, Republican
"r 3
1964 FLORIDA CITRUS QUEENEpic listed In the criteria specifiedby -& vie presidential nominee
2 Column
{Turn to Pag 5)
Boone on Junior college in 1960; three write-ins for former
sites? Vic President Richard M.

r 1 3. Why did Dr. Watten Results I /nF/'rsf Town To Vote Nixon, who headed the GOP

barger and Boone Ignore site ," -." ticket four yean ago two bal-
., .... ,. "' ., accessibility in tin Interactof 'v.te.Dr.UI.M .Tffitfi'"\ wtw lots for New York Gov. N lsonHwnpthlra.
J! 1 Notch III nine *f Mum KM mufti of nl4ilht. hllotiii h N.w
all ol the citizens of Polk
County? ...... and Nixes vttas wm writ*!** font lefts Fr.nk Nash, feer*. Whites' ,, T w. Rockefeller and one for ArtCUrfc !-

"Se -dte Battle Over 4. Why was the so-called ........ Nash, Unlit Win end Core Wklttt* In font MW. la ...,, Iron lefty Nell' TilloHM, sons Sen. Barry Goldwater.

JIOII'IpblcalCenter specified PMI Weak "._ Smith end Alt toned. AP Wi..'....'. Voters there cast their ballots
moments after Monday mid
without regard for the
night to accommodate reportersand

: Civil Rights Under WayWASHINGTON Junior people population S. Why?college did center Dr.Is sine to Watten-serve the Tornadoes, Floods, Snow, Elsewhere television 90,000 'and in cameras.the 100,000 state Republicans between .

were expected to head for
(AP) The' Humphrey the floor managerfor Humphrey said that many persons barger and his associates the polls despite adverse weath

epic Senate civil rights battle is the civil rights bill, told did not seem to realize how 40 recommend the purchase of Wreak Havoc Across LandBy er conditions wind, rain and

under way with Southerners newsmen he had not yet conferred carefully circumscribed the** acres of orange grove at snow
vowing "no compromise" and with Republican Leader sections were a* written In the the Haven site at a possiblecost
Everett M. Dirksen who Is drafting House of $400000 to the taxpayers ASSOCIATED PRESS: and southern Hours Vary
launching a slowdown that is a sour Illinois. The areas and forced hundreds of

preview of the fullblown fill substitutes for some sections Problem Foreseen Foster of Polk County that?Lakeland Violent storms and floods, following -Ohio River roe rapidly and appeared families to leave their homes Polling hours vary, with an 1

buster still to com. of the bill.Humphrey. "Actually," he "my charged the of destructive headed toward an ex- p.m. deadline
had been Hundreds of motorists
"slanderedand pattern
A* debate enters its second referring to backers main problem may be to try to pected 66-foot crest In Clnclnna were' Goldwater and Rockefeller -
day today Senate leaders said of the House bill and Dirk- keep senators from offering too vilified by "malicious and weather In March dealt death, tI, the highest sine 1945 on stranded across the southern the big two of the early campaign

they would not try to speed mat- len, declared "I believe w* an many amendments to strengthen horrifying articles" In the widespread damage, misery and Thursday. third of state as muddy waters faced a potentially po-

ten up with extra-long sessions not too far apart" and Indicatedhe It." and newspapers In Auburndtle Inconvenience thousand In In Kentucky, hard hit by closed scores of highways. Jasper tent: question mark candidate In
Winter Haven. He said
drenched by more than lO'/j!
this week. felt some compromise couldbe Mansfield originally sought that Lakeland had not resorted the eastern hilt of the nation the overflows, Louisville was Lodge.
Southern senators responded reached Monday to make his motion to today. drenched with nearly seven Inches of rain sine March 1, Lodge's name was not on the
Is take the bill the to such tactic., adding prepared for the worst floodingIn ballot, but pollsters predicted a
by indicating their initial Dirksen's support considered up during The storm covered inches of rain Monday, a record
essential successful "morning hour"-a two hour : pattern history as the Patoka River substantial write-In for the U.S.
speeches would not run too long any downpour. Part of Louisvilleand
"The Lakeland has all of
Ledger nearly types precipitation.
to vote cloture and period of routine Senate went on a rampage The Ohio ambassador to South Viet Nam.
move Evansville Ind.
were under
Showdown Fledged shut off Southern filibuster. business.If been outspoken In insisting And tornadoes swept areas In River rose far above flood stageIn Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of
a three feet of water. More than
that the Junior college bs located Mississippi and Alabama, killing
Both sides mad. plain In the His substitute would cover he had succeeded, his motion winds 1,500 persons left their homes In the Evansville area.In Maine, former Minnesota Gov.
near the population three Galellk ,
persons. the storm-battered Southland Harold Stassen and Nashua
first skirmish Monday they the publlo accommodations fair would not have been debatable Falmouth, Ky., as the Licking E.
center where It will best rain and ban lashed areas In the the twisters and tornadlc Norman
were ready to fight to a showdown employment practices and possibly and the first round of serve students. southland. River reached a record 42 feet. accountant Lepage
BO matter how long it the federal grant shutoff Southern speeches would have winds hit areas In northern Alabama rounded out the list of declared
Persecution Floods drove thousands from More than 300 persona were northeast Mississippi and candidates.
been knocked
House version. out.
and it take months provisions of the
Ukes may
their homes in four states, moat evacuated from Poplar Bluff, In I parts of Tennessee A tornado There also was an organized
debate today I* the first "We've been
Under persecutedand
of them in the rain-stricken southeastern Missouri, as the I itruck the small town of Whitehead ( drive for Nixon, who was
of the Senate legislative we've been the butt of
stage of Democratic By County Board Ohio River valley Many highways levee along the Black River 1 near Rogersvllle, Ala, expected to receive a substanlal -
Winter H.v.en
proce a campaign (by threatened to collapse. Heavy
and roadi were Inundated I killing a woman and destroying number of votes
leader Mike Mansfield to Interests). which hit the for two
Bridges were washed out. Many I six homes chose
New Hampshire voter
proceed to consideration of the For Haven Director John Most com schools were forced to else The days changed to snow Monday 'n Mississippi, a woman wa ,delegates to the national convention
civil rights bill passed Survey. mented several times about
10-polnt Red Cross and National night I kllled In Greenwood when her next summer as well-
the of
by the House.Several purchase an orange men aided In evacuation.Rain Gu.rell-I. In southern Indiana, rain-I louse was flattened by winds of
Dixie senators were swollen rivers flooded many n miles an hour. (Turn to Page 2, Column 3)
prepared to speak against this I Set Off
4-Laning ApprovedBy
but leaders said they bad reason I The turbulent weather In the
Nikita Will
to believe the Southerners South set off more torrential

would allow the motion to pass RONNIE STUART The change was requested Get Copy Of rains in the Ohio River valley.An .
by the middle of next week. Staff Writer Intense storm centered over
several weeks by citizensof EditionWhat
One the bill I II taken up it I* BARTOW County Com- ago Special Kentucky and rain splashed the
Polk who claimed
the City a
subject to amendment and misssioners this morning approved does Niklta Khrushchev region for the fifth day this
real battle over it* many provisions the State Road De- traffic bottleneck was createdby know about Polk month. Weather Bureau official .4,, ( r. 4

win be on. partment typical section survey stopping can on S582. County? said the rain may end In many

Assistant Democratic Leader for the four-Inning of In another action, commissioners The chances are that areas today. .

Hubert H. Humphrey said one Avenue R. In Winter Haven. voted to send memorandums right now he probably Snow, sleet and rain hit areas
reason for holding down the Commission Chairman Wil- from Oklahoma and Texas to w s
to all department never heard of It.
length of Senate sessions this mer McCutcheon said t h* he'll have New England Nearly a foot of Fi
week was to give committee. survey calls for the r1ahtofway heads stating the commis what Polk op. snow fell at Tahlequah In eastern -
portunity see
time for important meetings in to be wider than preferred sion's policy regarding county County I* doing to Oklahoma during a surprise
the mornings. by merchant along the paigns.The political cam strengthen the w or lei'* storm Monday. Amounts measured .

two-mile trip, but cited SRDpolicies matter cam when faith In the free enterprise eight inches at nearby r
which require the wider up Muskogee, with snow in most
Commissioner L. W. (Lea) system.
of the state la eastern
right-of-wsy. Dunson cited a commission Khrushchev Is one of a part except
McCutcheon, who Cited number of the world'sleaden sections
policy calling no employeto
Boulevard In Lakeland of sleet and
Memorial who will receive Another belt snow,
campaign during working
4IJI.Pa a* "a bad example"for hours or lilt a county vehicle a copy of the Ledger's rain pelted areas from Kansas
four-lanlng a road, said to campaign. Decade For Decision Progress and Arkansas to Southern Illinois. -

,_ the amount of traffic on Avenue Dunson explained that this Edition, to be pub- Hundreds of motorists
R warrant a raised med- doe lished March 28. were stranded along a hilly 40-
not mean
.._ H an employ
Amusement ian and left-turn lane You can get your-and mile stretch of U.S. 71 from
may lilt bumper stickerson
Bridge _.. 11 No Light Poles his private car or campaign copies for your friends Fayetteville Ark., northward to

Business New _- 11 McCutcheon also said the for a candidate after working by using the convenient the Missouri border Monday

Comic ..,.**..... 11-17 Road Department no longer hours order blank on Page 12 night The storm dropped 10 i el

Classified .. ...... 18-1' will use the center median In today's edition. The inches of snow In some part of
Puzzle 17 for light poles. Urge C.ulloaCommluloner home-delivery cost I Ia only northwest Arkansas, with six
Crossword Also this morning commissioners Floyd Woods five cents, but for 25 centsa Inches reported In a six-hour

Dear Abby __ 17 approved right-of-way noted "this I Ia the time to b* copy or a dollar for period In St. Louis.

Death ..__.__ 2 acqulstion for tilt four-lanlng very careful about it." five we'll mail the edition Heavy snow was forecast

Editorials ?-- of State Road 17 from Lake In another policy matter anywhere In the along a narrow band from east
FaltoaLewfsJr.- land' south city limit to commlsslonen voted not to United State or Canadafor central Missouri through central

.,. .. 1* Medulla. approve travel expense for you. Ohio with the possibility the wet
Horoscope < County engineer C.W. Fielding county employe unless the (For a little additional belt might extend Into mountain

Television ....._ 17 reported that a atop signat trip is approved before It I II postage you should call areas of Pennsylvania and New No/ Business On Broadway

Sports .......... K-13-14 the Intersection of the Interstate made. to learn how much England.

Weather _..._....... IWomen' 4 exit with Stat Commission chairman WU- we'll mall a copy any Most damaging floods were In Th.,. WM n. IVJMM' tn srt *f lrwJw y, a few heels' Hat .f Hi* frlmlpd fewntov *rtI .

__ 7.11''i. -' Road S-S8J ha been turned mer McCutcheon said "w* are where In the world *-jQo Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, LH'UIe| ||| cfttr ...".... Crack went .. C ....,..*. Tk ....k, .._*lry abet t..kle tap, wnmm

around forcing can leaving getting too may request for cluding Moscow) but overflows tf rlvtrt and ems, Hrttmt to avwflcw *t the cloy WM ttntM kf a nctrj .... 'Inch Ml* U 24 11ft...

tile Intent to stop. post mortem approval." : stream also hit ana in Mia UP Wlrasartt),

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, March 10, 1964
Ruby Trial GettingTo Plan To Bounce Laser

I Boone Rapped By Lakelanders On Beam Off Satellite Next Week '

Junior College Site Selection Testimony About
By HOWARD BENEDICT 'recent test, a concentrated red producing red light Ai the light

Aerospace Writer I laser beam shot through a telescope rays reflect back and forth between .

,Tianuger ccret deal said there was no not a continuing 'arrangement survey on junior college Psychological Factor CAPE KENNEDY (AP-Sc and lit up a circular area the polished mirrored
sites? ends of the rod. hit
enlists plan next week to shoo they other
miles In diameter
two on
"It wasn't brought out In "This la an entirely new On the motion of Dudley a slender beam of ruby relight only excited chromium atoms and
ne newspapers and radio deal," he said "Haven has Towne, with the second by to an orbiting satellite In the moon. Scientists estimate stimulate them to give off mort
oster said Told that a Win. Dr. Howard DuBose, direct DALLAS. Tex (AP JackRuby' likely was psychomotor epilepsy that if a conventional searchlight red
not been the first application test rays
working on a junior space
voted murder trial moves The tests, he said, showed capable of covering that
college since 1954. This all ors unanimously to support of the laser, a new and prom. Within a fraction of a millionth
a call for a new site deeper Into its critical stages "signs of confusion, marked ,distance could be built, it would
came when Winter device.If of second this
ttJ: ,ttt 'JJt', up Haven survey, should the chamber today with a fierce, legal duel emotionality, Irrational think. ising wander 25,000 miles off target in a chain
lost out In getting' the off reaction builds to
new the laser beam bouncea a powerful
swirling around the key of readiness all directions.
." committee deem such action question -Ing, fluidity thinking I ,
Presbyterian College the satellite and returns to aground beam.
Did know
: Ruby right from of anger reaction, etc.
er Haven newspaper had reproduced "I was a member of the necessary. wrong when he killed Lee Harvey station it could lead to Ruby Rod Energized Until six years ago the laser
Asked if Ruby have beenin
the letter, foster committee which In other actions at the may means of precisely laser idea. But
appeared Oswald I "rage state" when he killed revolutionary The system at Wallops nyas onan rapid lab-
said before the school meeting, chamber directors:: and communicatingwith
board to The jury of eight men and Oswald. Dr. Schafer laid "J tracking Island has a six-Inch synthetic oratory advances have made
"'It wasn't published In The offer the Eaton Park site," Approved a resolution callIng four women is beginning to hear believe that was the cane" space vehicles. ruby rod which becomes highly- ribbons of this potent light di

I .iedger Eslroff said. on business people to psychological and psychiatric The laser's target is to be an energized as it gathers energy fantastic things. Among; them

Melvin Estroff, vice president "We expect the school support the United Fund, testimony in Ruby's defense. ionosphere-study satellite scheduled from a xenon gas flash lamp are cutting holes In diamonds
of the chamber, said board to select the site thatis making It possible for em for launching from Cape mounted closely parallel to it in drilling teeth in a fraction of "

that It was unfortunate that in the best Interests of the ployes to participate In the psychiatrist Dr. Manfred who Guttmacher is chief medical I Winter Park Kennedy next Tuesday. Primary a barrel-like metal container.The second and "welding" detached

such a letter had been writ. entire county. This Is what campaign. purpose of the satellite will be blinking lamp excites retinas of the human eye barkIn
officer for the
ten, and that chamber boardsof we told the board. Approved a resolution endorsing Supreme Girl Is New to make the most comprehensive chromium atoms In the rod. place.
the action of the city Bench of Baltimore, was to be -
the several measurements of the
past years Charge Said False the next defense witness todayRuby's yet
learned of it "with commission in directing that series of electrl.
extreme Ionosphere,
regret. It Is unfortunate thatit "We presented facts bused a long-range, capital-improve chief counsel, MelvinM. Citrus Queen cally-charged atmospheric regions I
has created ill-will and on the criteria laid down by ment program be preparedfor Belli' said other doctors will which reflect radio signal (@bttuarte

misunderstanding" the State Department of Edu the City of Lakeland. follow him Johanna King of Bartow, and make communications on

Director A. M. Pickard cation. End Seen Saturday sponsored by the Pilot Club earth possible

said that If such an agreement "The remarks made (In Belli said the trial could go of that city, also finished Mirrors On Top DENNETT N. RAINES I band, Harvey O. Walker; a son

was. .ever. made, it.was Haven) that if Lakeland FirstPrimary to the jury by Saturday. Dist among the top five. The University Dennett N. Ralnea 77. of Keith Douglas, of Bumaby
-- -' can't have the college we Atty. Henry M. Wade has Indicated of Florida student, Perched atop Explorer 20 will Route 5, died yesterday in I'' British Columbia; three daugh

Linder Denies don't want a junior collegeare the prosecution feuui' .: .. ,,- .. be a pyramid shaped cluster of Bartow Hospital He was a naive ten, Mrs. Gloria Dinner 01
false. We never asked need only one day for rebuttal- 360 one-lnch-diameter mirrors to of Madison and came to Bracebridge Ontario Mrs. Helen )

He Holds Post that the school be located In also probably using psychiatric ttYMfFIJ11rliiJ) : reflect the rays of a banter lakeland 39 years ago. He was Marshall of North Bay and

'.akeland" Today testimony. ." .. n ,_ .' ight-gun mounted on an 18-Inch a retired farmer and a memberof Mrs. Ruth Stockley of Ottawatwo I
For Dickinson Foster said that "so far telescope at the space agency's the Gapway Baptist Church brothers, C. Henry Sauer ofBellaire '
Marguerite OswaH, 56, mother who has blond hair and hazel ,
Island Va.) station. I Texas and John W
the school board hasn't had 14 Wallops ( Survivors include his widow,
Republicans and 1? Democrats
of Oswald, flew into Dallas the daughter of DanR.
eyes is Sauer of Fort ,
An announcement naming Scott anything to say about the and Scientists hope that by mea Mrs. Vannie V Raines; five Wayne Ind; a
Monday night checked Intoa King, of Bartow. sister Mrs. Glenna
Under as a member of the Fred site selection, and we wantto While there were no names on hotel. There were reports' she The other finalist was Cheryl :luring the time it takes the sons, Aubrey N.. Thomas 0. and Ohio and Hill of Logan
know ?" beam travel to the satel Beuford E. all of Lakeland ; seven grandchildren
Dickinson Finance Committeefor why the Democratic presidential would try to attend the trial Elizabeth Johnson, 19, of light to and two great-grandchildren.
Lakeland Is contrary to the H. also reported that I preference ballot, there was a today. Tavares. She Is a student at I ite and back, and from the angles Vernon R. of Beaumont Tex., Funeral services and burial

facts, according to Under Florida Supreme Court decision write-In drive to promote Atty I The state Is asking death In I Lake.Sumter Junior Collegeand of the returned beam, com and Elvoy of Bartow; two sls- will be in North Bay. Dukes-
>uter. can calculate the satel-ers Mrs. Adele Hicks of Madison -
LInder stated after readingthe of recent years held the ,
the electric chair for Ruby,. was sponsored by Steen Funeral Home la in charge
news that as a member of that a municipality (fort 1'r1Jij1i1J. ilt\\ ; I charged with murder with malIce : college. The blue-eyed, blond- ite's position with an accuracynot and Mrs. Alpha Smith or of arrangements here.
the Florida Development CommissIon Lauderdale) could not give Oswald had been accused of haired student II the daughterof possible with radar and Ocala; and 1) grandchildren

he would remain apart city-owned property to the I ., ...- )'f:; -, __,. ...JCen. assassinating President John F. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson other tracking devices. and 23 great-grandchlldren. RITES FOR MR. FLINT

from any political campaigns."In Broward County School Board Robert F. Kennedy for the Kennedy: In Dallas, Nov. 22. of Tavares. She holds the Laser (pronounced lay-zer') Funeral services will be heldat Funeral services for Grover
the event of my resignation for school: purposes. vice presidential nomination. tuby's defense Is temporary titles of Brahma Bowl Princess stands for light amplification by 2:30: o'clock tomorrow after. C. Flint 122 South Lake Avenue,
from the Commission I will Bowl stimulated emission of radia noon at the Gapway Baptist
Foster Indicated that, If Coy John W King of New Insanity. and Tangerine princess. who died Friday were held .
then restate my position clear' necessary, he expected that But it was Miss Collins tion. It produces an extremely Church, with burial in Gapway at the
said he Centry-Morrison
Hampshire would writein Dr. Schafer Yale
Roy a -
ly he said. a court suit would be filed on Kennedy's name after filling described Monday psychologist the whose poise and charm helpedto narrow and Intensive beam oi Cemetery. Friends may call at Funeral Home with the Rev. Wil.
the Winter Haven golf course win the title light In orderly waves at extremely the Gentry Morrison Funeral ton Carter associate
in Johnson's
name for his choice tests he last Decem pastor of
The 1905 Athletics scored gave Ruby finalists asked On Home from 7 until 9
only situation. The five were high frequencies. a tonight First Methodist Church .
for officialng.
the presidential nomination ber. As a result, he said, "I was
three In the World
runs Series questions by master of ceremonies 'clock.
.' Burial was to be In Stokes.N. .
New Survey SoughtHe "New Hampshire Democratswant certain some kind of brain damage
against the Giants. They all Robert (Bob) Rhein- Y.RITES,
tame In the second game as asked If the chamber to express their feeling for" was present." hart. His question to Miss All-Out War ANDREW D. JOHNSON

Chief Bender beat Joe McGln. directors wanted the organi a King i Johnson said Kennedy ticket, _He. .said the specific! form moot Collins was, "What would I Andrew D. Johnson, 85, of 81Wasena FOR KNIPFER INFANT

oIly, 30. Christy Mathewson zation's Junior college committee Some Democrats afraid you do if you wanted your Threat Hangs Ave., died yesterday at Funeral services for Diana
turned In three shutouts. .. to press.. -for a new the write In movement would Combee Files boyfriend to think you werea ,a Bartow hospital. Mr. Johnson Lynn Knipter. 9 month old

embarrass the President by producing good cook and you baked Over 'was a native of Tennessee and daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. WI:.
As Candidate lemon pie and just as ha CyprusNICOSIA
: more votes for Kennedy a moved here from LouisburgTenn ham D. Knipfer of Alamo Drive
JOIN TIlE :han for Johnson.In started to eat It, you realized ., six years ago. He was a who died yesterday will be held

addition te the ballot on BARTOW-Morrls CQmbee that you had used laundry Cyprus (AP) retired blacksmith. tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock

DICKINSON )residential hopefuls and town Lakeland constable, has be. starch Instead of cookingstarch' Greek and Turkish Cypriots He Is survived by three daugh-, at the South Florida Avenue

CAMPAIGN :neeting business, New Hamp- come the 42nd candidate to kept an uneasy truce in battered ten, Mrs. tours Compton Deroit Church of Christ with burIal in

1 hire voters also will have their quality for the May 5 primary California BlamedTo Ktima today, but new Mich., Mrs. Elise Rambo Lakeland Memorial Gardens.

Many astern in our community have tin- lay on the nation's first state election. his question, Miss Collins fighting was eared as shots ouisburg, Tenn., and Mrs.I Friends may call at the Gen
I :Iwe pstakel. That comes In a Combee, who again Is seek- said, "Why, I'd tell him that rang out In nearby Mallia. Marie Barfield, Lakeland; two try-Morrison Funeral Home to-
cer. desire Is work vigorously" In bshalf of the DICKINSON I ocal option vote on the sale of Ing the constable post for District -- the pie contained California The British army rushed a sons, Roy Johnson, Altona Fla. ;night from 7 until I o'clock.

for GOVERNOR CAMPAIGN. iweepstakei tickets at New I, paid his qualifying fee lemons and he shouldn't eat platoon to Mallia In an attemptto and Clyde Johnson, Taylor, I -
1I lampshire'i 49 state liquor yesterday In the office of Or- anything except Florida grown head off another outbreak Mich.; seven grandchildren and ALBERTO.DOBSON .
Te aid the organizational program It would bo op- ::1 itores and three race tracks cult Clerk D. H. Sloan Jr. citrus." that might plunge the Cypriot 13 grandchildren. LARGO Albert Oliver Dob- -

predated If all thoto Interested would call or write campaign I The sweepstakes proposal was The new queen was crownedby factions into all-out war. Funeral services and burial son, 78, died Sunday at his .

tioadquarten In order that your name might bo ipproved by the legislature last I Ilear. CITRUS SHIPMENTS 1963 Florida Citrus Queen Talks between Greek and will be In Louisburg Tenn. home in Largo. He was I native .

; Sue Scarbrough, of Pensacola, Turkish leaders aimed at restoring Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home of Guthrie Center, JOWl, end
eddid thai ,
to .
participating the campaign I T1.'DPtla.WIMTltI\Bu"VK".. 10(Api-mit....., eesrt ml .ID who kissed her successor on peace on this eastern II In charge of Lakeland arangemenu. moved to Largo 14 years ago
Fewest number of runs scored ....... 0,. T..... the cheek after placing the Mediterranean ,island were .ex. Friends may call from Grand Junction, Iowa
DICKINSON FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE I by a losing team In a World I I ,144H1,.,. .4671_' F'"8Jt sparklIng crown on her head. peeled to star, today unless a from 7 Vnttl 0 CI' loclt tonight He la survived by his widow,

114 East Tint Street Lakeland, Florida Ii Series Is three. That's all the !' : ':::,:,.:" II US 40T 17 14HIII JOt 104OTAt Miss Collins will probablybe I new flareup occurred. at the funeral home Mrs. Ethel Quick Dobson, a
Philadelphia Athletics got when the official Florida hostess native of Lakeland; and three! "
Telephone MU 1177 I Ic. they bowed in five games to the (1'onO.., 11072(1 fT T mood too t at the New York World's Fair. Truce CalledA I PETER 0. TYSTAHL sons, two daughters, five brothers

(c... P.1. Ad..) ; 1905 New. _York GianU.=--I'' 344.rmpm. r''tI.3W: .,r'i.1r..s; total She will reign over the .Winter cease-fire was imposed on Peter O. Tvstahl. 70. of Wood. four sisters two stepsons

: -I I t Haven Jaycee-sponsored Coronation Ktima Monday night after: all's Trailer Village died yesterday three stepdaughters, 12 grand
-- Ball at Nora Mayo Hall Greek and Turkish Cypriots but at Lakeland General Hos children, eight great-erandchil-

tomorrow night. tied more than 12' hours with pital. He was a native of Rad- dren and five stepgrandchildren

Judges for the event last armored bulldozers, mortars cliffs, Iowa, and had spent the Funeral services will be at 2

( costs burn ? night were Walter Page and and bazookas. Informants said past eight winters here, commp o'clock Thursday afternoon at
High car you up ) James Hopkins of the Florida the truce was authorized by both from Alden, Iowa. He was a retired -the Burchard Funeral Homo in

I Citrus Commission 0 f I I Ice; President Makartos, the Greek farmer and a member ol Largo, with the Rev. Angus

Franklin Rust general manager Cypriot leader, and Vice President -the Emanuel Memorial United McClelland, pastor of the Mulberry

__ of the Illionois State Fair; Full Kuchuk, leader of the Church: of Christ.: Baptist Church, officiating
\ Marlon Johnson, president of Turkish minority He i is survived by his widow, Burial will be In Largo.

the Coronet Model Agency In Mrs. Maud Tystahl; three sons
0 i. I'' Need constant Miami and Cody Bailey, of U.N. Secretary General U Vent of Radcliffe, Don of Alpha, MRS. MARGARET PRIOR

t doctoring? West Palm Beach, who Is Thant cabled appeals Monday Iowa, and Eugene, of Grlnnell WINTER HAVEN-Mrs. Mar-

tmr 'II .' Florida Jaycee president. night to Archbishop Makarlos Iowa; three brothers, Alfred garet Esther Prior, 79, of 810

:!o.: ,' .. .... I low Iluth? Rambler root got hiu you rugged feeling and the foreign ministers of Tystahl of Albion, Iowa, Gene of'Spring Lake Court died at 7:20:
;/ .' Greece and Turkey to halt the Del Moines and Edl: of Iowa a.m. today at her home after a
.a:+ Advanced Unit Construction bloodshed which "can only leadto Falls; two sisters, Mrs. Clara lengthy illness .
; keep* running no Rules
V oi>If- .. faithfully, it's America'stopHelling Kynes even more tragic and deplorable -' Elwlck and Mrs. Martha New- Mrs. Prior was a native of

: -. : compart consequences" hall, both of Radcliffe: and seven Westport. County Mayo Ire-
-'''' ... .. On Campaign I Reported Killed I grandchildren and three great land. She came to Winter Havenin

grandchildren. 1948 from Detroit, Mich. She.
Paralyzed by payments? Your Investment _
Casualty reports from Ktima Funeral arrangements will be was a member of St. Joseph's

8quatad dry every rusting away? Contributions a west coast port of ',MC announced later by the Gentry. Catholic Church.
month? Your Rambler Only Rambler gives you all these extra- Greeks and 3,000 Turks, said Morrison Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband,

American laving* imludaAmerica' becoming Worrying about a pile your of nut tar* value I features at no extra cost: BARTOW Attorney General two Turks had been killed and Raymond M. Prior Winter Ha-
lowwt price*, has informed III wounded and one Greek slain MISS SHEUA BRIGUN vent a brother Patrick Kelly.
Rambler fill l rater Advanced Unit{Construction Uoii.blo.Safelf James Kynes
Only Dwp- Stronger
low maintenance cent. -
Circuit Clerk D. H. and 13 wounded in Monday'sbattle Miss Sheila Marie Briglm, 21. and a sister Miss Norah Kelly,
in Rrako J
Dipped rutproo6ng system Roof-Top lUrk on
baimlon up
Price manufacturer comparison .u,. to tbo roof;fott through t II 8 of Rambler's I wagon, 4 Deep-Dip riinlprooftng Sloan Jr. that a candidatewho Some believed that Turk. of 1017 Brevard Blvd. died. both of Weatport, County Mayo,)
gaited retail price for other atop to give you n. 1 Oramie-Armond eihiunt system J ('unf'd.II" holds a liquor license may sh' casualties would prove far Sunday In her home. She ... Ireland.
lowait-pnced model tra protection tgiiirwt runt. side window 1 Stacy, many morel contribute to his own cam higher. a native of Bath, N. Y .1 I Service arrangements are incomplete .
moved here eight and will be
paign. Before the fighting stopped I years announced,
I Sloan sought Kynes' help British helicopter airlifted Turk Mill Briglin was a member ol,by Mitchell Funeral Home.

after an unidentified person ish leader Aziz Altay out of the the Lakeland Gospel Chapel.She I -
asked Sloan for a ruling on surrounded Turkish into is survived by her parents, MRS. ALICE C. BENNETT
cool Rambler American quarter Mr. and Mrs. H. Brig. DAVENPORT
Get savings-Get the matter. the Greek sector for peace Mrs. Alice,
State statutes prohibit a person talks. in; her paternal grandfather.I C. Bennett 57. of Davenport
who holds a license fur the Owen Briglin, Lakeland: her died Monday at Lakeland General
beverages Eddie Worth, an Associated maternal grandmother Mrs. Hospital after a long Ill
sale of intoxicating
the proved Economy King Press photographer flew over Margaret Cahill Hammondsport .
to contribute to the campaign ,ness. Mrs. Bennett was a native
the battle area in a British helicopter N. Y.; three brothers. Joseph of
of an office seeker. Georgia and had lived ]
and reported that fires Robert Brlglin of the U. S. 'in Davenport for seven years i
t I Tee Affected blazed unchecked in the be- Navy, stationed In Brooklyn
was a member of the Free ,
II Sloan did not make the request -eaguered Turkish quarter. N. Y. John Owen BrlgUn and will Baptist Church.

I In regard to a particular Troops Cut Off tennis George Briglm both of She is survived by her hus
candidate, but James Musso, Lakeland; and one sister Con- band. Clifford Bennett: one
About lot British
troops were stina Briglin. Lakeland.
I a candidate for county commissioner
i in District I 3, I Is the cut off inside the Turkish ''quart Funeral services will be held'daughter Mrs. Trellis Carter,

owner of a wholesale beer distributing er during the battle. Worth said tomorrow morning at 10:30: a.m. Orlando; one step-son, Pail
outlet. he saw Britons lounging along at the Duke -Sten Fun-ral Bennett Haines City; one

I Another potential office holder the curS as bullets whined overhead Home with the Rev. Jim Redlmft! brother, one sister, two half-

I J. B. Thnrnhill. is a part officiating. Burial will be in Oak: 'sisters and one grandchild.

: -- owner In a wholesale beer distributing Thant, already having trouble Hill Burial Park. .Fr'ends may Services will be held tomorrow .
I firm. Thornhlll, a former finding soldiers for the U.N. call from 7 to 9 clock tonight afternoon at 2 o'clock at
county commissioner. Is peacekeeping force authorized at the funeral home the Kersey Funeral Home In
I collector's Auburndale with the Rev. W. E.
seeking i the tax poet.I for Cyprus by the Security
MRS. SUSAN H. WALKER Rogers, pastor of the Freewill
I Kynes' reply to a telephonecall Council, also was reported havIng -
from Sloan arrived in the difficulty getting agreementto Mrs Susan H. Walker, 50. of Baptist Church in Haines City
mail this Pine Lake Mobile Park. died, officiating. Burial will be in
morning. ; a mediator to seek a political
I at Lakeland General Lake Alfred
settlement of the dispute early today I Cemetery.
: :
the fewest Hospital after a long illness
Sixteen Runs are '
Turkey, Greece, Cyprus and,
She native of Marlon
was a
scored In a World Series It '
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11-4. tribute men to the U.N. force. Church of North Bay.survived I at yaw ,*- caN,
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( C LAKEIXVD LEDGE*. Tuesday, March M. HM The All Scores Its First Hit
Dick Nixon May Be

I LEDGER EDITORIALS I Liveliest Political

History-Minded Dr. ThriltHISTOBl.I ,Jk4ve Corpse Since Bryan

"DID Dr. Charles T. to looking back over 19 years (>t t:, 1 0y
C ,strs seek dial..
'''Jift Jr., president of 79-year-old history, some of it quite rugged. cJ The reappearance ,

Florida Southern Colton, which is of it attesting faith of the tenacious of Richard M

-aving its annual birthday party this steadfast, ptoeeering variety Noon oa the forefront of the

"reek took a ride in a muledrawnwagon The program of festivities now get L__ ir stage of rational politic recalls
the ancient Egyptian
Sunday at Avon' Park. ting under way on the campus to con myths of the phoenix This

He took the ride as a back-seat tinue tfuougbSatarday is a paying cf I fabulous bird was born to be

passenger along Avon Parks nUe-long tribute: to the"men and women of te-i I'r.a periodically consumed in fire t

nal) in order to help that city observe and vision who founded the institution.So but each time to riM again,
and vigorous from It*
'ne 75th anniversary of its founding. it is looking back far into the younf owe ashes.

The ride was fractional reenactment past of travel by mule-drawn wagon Considering the virtually

of a ride a preacher took 75 such as Dr Thrift a man on the sunny nanimous judgment of the

ears ago from Fort Meade to Avon side of 50, enjoyed Sunday. soothsayers after Nucon'i defeat I

?Irk.It. The hardy spirit the founders r for governor of California Republican
in ISO. that the
must have been a rough ride Dr. breathed into the institution has con presidential candidate -

Thrift took Sunday. But college presidents tinued through the decades enabling of IKv was finished asa I

are accustomed to rough riding, Florida Southern to go on flourishing: national political leader, the tL
fact be is
that now playinga
especially presidents of private colleges sometimes against severe odds to successful return engagement J

who have to scrounge perseverisg'y serve young men and women from in this very role shows

for funds to keep the institutions over Florida and from other states and that resurrection is not necessarily ARTHUR CROCK; cit

going. countries.The a miracle alone reserved for ; or assert that Us disable :
It hardly have been most recent physical addition theology:
can necessaryo If the political oracles In ry has been removed when t
importune Dr. Thrift strongly in to Florida Southern is the impressive 1962 had restricted their pronouncement this I II contrary to demonstrable

order to get him to take part in Avon Branscomb Memorial Auditorium 1 to a conclusionthat factTHESE ,

Park's historical program. He has placed there by Florida Methodists.It Nixon by his own act t

written good history and is making is an edifice in which Lakeland had consumed whatever pray of statement among
pod be might have I
others and the
good history at Honda Southern takes much pride and which the College becoming: President of the vigor with
He Jertwo terms as presidentf is making available for use by United States they would which have stimulated they were Republican phrased,

the Florida Historical Society and Lakeland groups.As still have a good chance to movements to have Nixon'

ris historical writings have included more years pass and the hardy estimate.prove the But soundness they also of their confidently name written to on the presidential

a history of Florida Southern and one spirit of the founders continues to pre- Voice of the PeopleThis washed him up as a ballots In preference New Hampshire primary and

about early Methodist preachers in vail, the College will continue to move possibla Republican re riomi- Illinois; the trend of a poll in

Florida, a book entitled The Trail of along the high road of progress, encouraged net the for that office kingmaker and even of Minnesota from which Nixon I.
as potential
the Circuit Rider. by Lakeland and to the great Is The Ledger's Opinion Page* another candidate at the party emerged a* the leading choice

This week the college over which benefit of both the College and Lakeland national convention of 1964. of Republican voter there for
the party' presidential nomination
be has the responsibility of presiding nil ....... pee. aNw. sb ........ .... w..r .. ...... .f CWNIIt id.w.e Ie .... VET TWO after their hopeful reassessment
....... -- ., ..Ir.nw ..... to 11.. V..5, *. P.,5. c.LeII.e ... yean of his political throughout the party of his
.. ..... ... ... i... .....*. dal im, W awiwi .. W .Mili..U .... in..* A hMo ...... ..* death and burial the prospect chances to be nominated and
.K... 2SO ..rdi, ..4 .- (MM* .. .... TV. a.. I Fuller Warren's Humor'FLORIDA'S -. Is055.a... .5 ........ ... seer ..mire... ..... ......... .. eels Nixon will either be renomi- In this came category of
Bated at San Francisco or political resurrection is the

or they would have inspected year for a director for the exert the principal influence expressed judgment of Sen.

Fuller Warren like known he would run for Governorsome ReadyTo the Winter Haven sits m comparison volunteers in the hospital. I over the alternate choice by will Barry be Goldwater"the man that to beat Nixon"

most men is more than one fellow. day and be elected.He Sell Grove to the phosphate have just finished readingthe The spurt of front page or acquire as all ally by any
When be was running for Governor is practicing law in Miami now site at Eaton Park. No one story of the Volunteer headlines over accounts of his other Republican who wins

of Florida he got off some of the and has been ever since the end of his Editor can see a grassed lawn, city Auxiliary and they are asking current political activities including the nomination at San Fran
: I da not know who cisco..
most rollicking humor ever heard gubernatorial tenure. He is still in water sewage, a water sprinkling for more members to join. a mounting successiond
writes the editorial columi in speeches statements and If Nixon had lost the 1960
from a political rostrum in Florida great demand as a speaker but doeSl1'tmake your paper, but the editorial like system at Eaton Park The reason given by the interviews establish him as presidential election by a
there i* at the Winter Board of Trustees
or anywhere else. as many speeches as he.used to. oe the Junior college about or the president the phoenix of U.s. presidential large margin Instead of the
The crowds loved it and gathered He found that speech-making was Interfering tops them afl. First Haven location.I of the volunteers organization politic in 1964. smallest in political history
anyone had the opportunity to was that because of or if John F. Kennedy had
around for more each time he came too much with his law In the last two weeks at
prac- saying aa orange grave near lived be renorainated
drive near the Eaton Park location the large Membership the Peona 111. Minneapolis, New to by
around. He had a sort of instinctive the Water Haves Golf Courseof the Democrat, Nixon probably 5
tice.He a few day ago, and it officers found their duties too York City and Washington -
feeling for crowds and crowds had a could have gained national fame 40 acres would cost 1400,DM certainly looked like anythingbut tullHOIISuIl! lJ. This doesn't be has occupied a large area could not have regainedthe

responsive feeling for him. and made lots of money as a humorous must be off their rocker. Any a location for make of repononal and public attention prominent position he once
a college sense. Why ask for more occupies in national politics.
When he got to be Governor and speaker. National conventions! .would frfteei-jvarcld would have and the wind happened be more volunteers why not and enlivened 19M .
politics with such
the critics began to hurl their shaftsat have taken him on. He could have donewell muck better Judgmeat than about right for a nice smell dote the membership. Probably as these: utterance

him some of the edge came off his as a humorous writer, too He hasa that, for a* grove in the state from a fsrtiluer plant that is half only work once in a -A demand for a "bard" BUT EVEN after hi. emphatic ,

humor. Underneath his robust extrovert facile pen. $ of Florida mffl brag or sell IocateclDOt tar away. Besides ibis, that it, if they arc like policy toward Cab that defeat by GoY Brown
law for tl,K* aa acre. If this this there was scrub brush, other organizations. Why don would exclude US. market of California two years sgo
exterior the of But the mistress f
was senstitrnty jealous x> he
and the additional liability
bill cI price prevails I haveseveral etc, over most of the property the officers delegate some of to allies who>> refuse to "co
an introvert who could not under called him back after he had served as ty. their duties to others? Good operate" in our trade embargo Incurred the next day by his
stand why people would be unfriend- Governor and so he has the satisfaction acres good orangegraves dosing: I win again say executives do this to eliminate against Castro This angry assertion that repor-
ly of practicing the profession for to leD at this price: If yon can find a party waning putting in too much nation, he told them at Peoria tonal sabotage was a basic
one that were never touched to MM.OOO for 40 time. "should cause of that defeat establish
pay acres quit playing uncle
hi four Governor which be trained and be is
During years we in last winter's freeze. IT* of grove please have them get If Lakeland General Hospital sucker and behave like Nixon's renaissance as a
Florida made much more progress mating a good living at it. utrageous for say newspaper m touch whir me. I am sure is like other, at least Uncle Sam around the world. miracle. I
than he credit for. He Too bad that his extraordinarily other win what bear Nixon not be re-nomi
got simply though, to quote a price like that besides many grove owners we of others, then may
could not refrain from sparring with bright glow of rich humor must being misleading to out aIM sell for this price so Burses cannot be hired because -A CAU. for a "selective rated, on the argument which
calm down and do what is of embargo" caused the rejection of Robert
poor wages. Volustears against any foreign
his critics instead of them hidden under the bushel of at state people who read such
ignoring or on legal
go best for the Junior Collegeand are not expected to be companies which trade with A. Taft by the Republican ,
giving them only a passing glance.So lore. Hearty laughter is good tonic and an article as that on grove all concerned. perfect Nurses are because Cuba and joa congress to convention of 19tt-"he e.aa't
the four gubernatorial yean Dr. Warren's good humor would have .. win also recall In 1K1 GENE G. luaHe'd they are in charge of bra and adopt a resolution requiring win," Also, if renominated
can hardly have been the joyful experience provided efficacious tonic for a lot ofpeople when people of Polk County death problems. The MJOO the State Department to close! the present outlook is against
would IS America market his election He not even
live people a 11* to such may
had it would be if be la fe-' west to the poll to vote the
he imagined had taken to the
ullage for the Junior College CloseMembership per month raise. Not much I companies: plus a suggestionfor be the kingmaker at San
ever since the days when he was a and-fork circuit on a full-time, national Lakeland did not seen to want agree, but every little bit considerauoa of the use of Francisco.
page boy in the House and makingIT base the college. Now thsta very helps. Let's put first thing force to block oil shipments But a lesson for his 1962
capable team has elected a first.The to Cuba from the U.S.S.R. morticians which they, of
site, you' an are the first one volunteers are to be -A thoughtful experienced! course, will forget the next
to start hollering.It EDITOR: I read the report commended but I doubt that and practical: formula for legislation time be is now the liveliest
be that whoever many of them approve this to provide effective corpse since William Jennings
nay of the Board of Trusteesof
I Lakeland's outla the and protections to the national security Bryan was oracularly consigned
Soap Box Derby wrote the column In the paperis the Lakeland General Hospital own taxpayer' when
new fai Lakeland and basal in the Ledger and where their money. a president becomes to oblivion in JII9S and
disabled; won't or In then was twice renominatedby
been around here nt"mllda.
they voted to pay R200 per A. J. LUMNCTON
s.howft* incompetent to, acknowledge) Democratic
IS A great soap box derby that Akron last year will be and convention

is being planned for Lakeland boys, Lakeland boss in the age range from

and the deadline for registering for 11 to 15 may register then to take

participation is only three weeks away. part in the Lakeland derby. A Royal Ripple May Become A Tidal Wave I IBy II

The .winner of the Lakeland derby Each boy attending the movie and -

will take part in the 27th allAmerican expecting to register for the derby C. L. StTZBERGEKCAIRO over the accumulating trag where Kings didn't
in Akron in which 240 contestants should be of his !O : play aa meat except the comma lobed cells among Greek Cypriotes
derby accompanied by one )n-1m! tiw edy. In IBS Papagos" dyIng Important role a real sovereign aists" And for Paul. KINGS
will compete for $30,000 in or both -There it something was the communists ire
parents, but his ministers kept assuring "necessary Greece constituted a special dub
college scholarships. The Lakeland derby being sponsored Sophoclean to the tragic death Paul the illness was because otherwise there wouldbe bound by loyalty to each other creeping back to their conti-

So here is an exciting opportunityfor by the Optimist Club Pendarvis d King Paul of the Hellenes not serious. He visited the ailIng chaos.- even if driven from their enul bastiaas, evacuated
amid the worst of an the field marshal and con He felt a strong man was thrones. "Once a king always after the recent civil war
Lakeland boys to have some wholesome Chevrolet and The Ledger. Cyprus ernes. For, la a way eluded 1 don't know what required "at the heads of any a king" he Bed tit say.PAUL'S Political
fun and at the same time possibly The derby last year in the Lakeland It was he who first started hind of a game my ministers democracy and kings in the ta Greece current and if shift the rapIdly left-

become eligible for a significant Highlands was a thrilling event the drama towards its furious are trying to play with me future will have to take more DEATH hands onto continues to excite emotions

reward. for contestants and spectators alike denouement but I fear Papagos will leave positive decisions: as the need King Constantine, a youthof engendered la Cyprus, the
la Jury, 1MI. shortly after for decision-making increases.The .
The Lakeland derby has been scheduled and the us very IOOL" pleasant demeanor sporting Greeks face possible disaster.One .
big set for July surely he ascended the throne. Paul method of ruling It now ambitions and hitherto
Paul fed with his average -
was ,
could ltimatety
up consequence -
for July the Fourth. That seems will prove equally exciting.If laid claim to the island then bickering political leaden. more democratic but the role abilities, one d ttIIIII and a,am lie the

a considerable distance away but the you know some boys in the eli- a British colony. In exchange Prior to Papagos be had al- of a king is Just as essential racking cries That aa Well forced exile ot the myal ramBy -

preparatory machinery must start gible age range, encourage them to .be offered ks Crete Britain or anywhere base facilities in- ready had to accept as premier as In earlier days. gnp volatile Greece's destiny When he dropped his, Cypriote

rolling now.Tomorrow. go and register tomorrow night Thatregistr.tion Greece. General Plastiras. with and People need a responsible The Cyprus storm, so reasonably pebble tots the Aegean
whom be had permanent symbol and a started by Paid II In 1MI
yean the
once swore never amiable, tall, modest
night at the Boys Club Lakeland The immediate result of this .
may set some to shake hands. So be king caa serve as a repository ago. blows northward towardthe Paul could 'never have
of Lakeland at 7 o'clock a movie giving boy on the way to a college education suggestion was a personal bypassed obvious claimants of knowledge as he gains mainland. imagined the ripple the 'created

close-up views of the big event in paid for by Chevrolet. snessage from dug George to the prime ministry and experience. He must be a Ana-westers hatred Is being might com day rise to a
-Somewhat high handedly nonpolitical figure who can fanned by clever agitator tidal wave and threaten to
Fomtlt d1iafn1 asked Kanmanlis, the obscure work with any kind of govern and front their carefully noun engulf till lOlL
A THOUGHT-Your eyes win see the king in his beauty; they wan behold a land that stretches minister of roads to IUCteedP.plJOL
far-Isaiah JJ 17.
: \ conveyed by British ambassador
Sir Clifford Norton Karanunlis governed efficiently l-
saying as Paul would amusedly but autocratically until Potomac FeverBy
LAKELAND LEDGER recollect: "He did'ot want he brake with the king
me breaking up his empire.." himself last summer and re-
While Paul thought Cyprus signed. Paul replaced him FLETCHEX KXEBEL
with its N per cent Greek.speakm win a career diplomat. Pipi- LBJ says he's against "stag government-
but is he
.....r. ,..ti ee.vta ".. enough against
.. g population should neflis. because: be thought him stagnation?
Imperial Polk CountyWorld's .r".Mwr_.... =:!:.or.. come wider Athens' sovereignty ""honest. Intelligent and in *
w..owca.-. be nevertheless opposed fact a gentleman." But the
Ctnrs Center / .._ .
-, -
cueLn .w+ James R. Hoffa is his
.oc..... IUA.U" the use of force to attain his politicians forced: PipineDisout at conviction M jury meddling charge
goal Twice Field Marshal After last autumn's etec- Careful, Jimmy. Tamper, tamper.

Papagos till prime minister, bon the present premier.. Pa- *

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 asked the king's permission pmndreou. look over and his The House Rules Committee votes to boost congressmen's salaries $10,000.
to send the then Colonel Gri- mandate was subsequently
re- This isn't just a war on poverty it', a holocaust.
vas, a Cyprus-born officer on inforced.PALI .
the Greek
general staff to
o.. Y_ .. ..... $700 OM M. *fc JI.7J raise a Cypriote rebellion and believed he must rulea The Air Forte Is proud .f Its BMW A-ll fighter. At %,_ miles an hour

sic ter.$10.40 WM . .. .49 twice: Paul refused. However wen as reign although be its the nly plan we've got that can get where it's going before it becomes

n-........ ... ..... S tM S,.., o.a TYM> '7.10 when the king was traveling had democratic personal feelings bsoletc.
outside Greece Papagos seat and Indeed once worked *
Grhras secretly to Cyprus and under an assumed fume in an
Goldwater fans disclaim his far right label Even his
foes after
N..... .....- ..... $d.rdrr .-4 .. 5551 r --. car &..10..... ........5 c.... be started the Eoka movement English aircraft factory He his speeches he isn't altogether right. listening to
Uklm4. '!. 11192 that fought the BrKish. thought what he called "kingmanship' -
was an active profession
e I .. nOM THAT moment the and that snake the President Johnson names 10 women to high government posts. In this cam
king began to lose influence Scandinavian monarchies paign the Democrats intend to skirt the issues.


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I LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, March 19, 1114 I I'
Economy Making

PersuadedTo Give Meeting Slated On Soap Box Derby Business Revise Growth PlansBy

Lakeland area boys Interested their parents have been Invited
In becoming contestants In the to a meeting at the Boys' Club SAM DAWSONAP Ing, and their effect on the the US balance of International
MUNTTH Mich (AP) "I Soap Box: Derby this year and of Lakeland Lake Avenue and Business News Analyst economy will come later than payments
never talked so much In my Parker Street, tomorrow nightto 'i. And an expanding Industrial
life" laid Marian Poxion 48-' John GlennTo learn details of the annual NEW YORK (APBuslncisis the consumer spending spree plant helps many workers-and
that merchants
'ear-old housewife after the' event getting even more expansiveIn are expectingas employers raise a bit higher
UndergoSeveral At the meeting, to begin ItT Its growth plans a* It eyes they launch spring their standards of livingLouisiana .
persuaded an escaped convictto o'clock, a 20 minute color Future prospects promotlonl.I .

surrender TestsSAN movie of last year's All American This necessary prop of the Benefits WideningBut
"I talked to him like ht was I Soap Box Derby In Akron three-legged stool of the economy I t

my son," she said "Ha needed ANTONIO Tex. (AP) will be shown looms stronger with each business spending has aaNCE. '

help. Marine Lt Col. John H. Glenn Deadline Near -i, ., poll of business intentions The,ever-widening benefits It helps h

Mrs Person Jr began a three to four day economy largely la shaped by the producers of raw materials. 1EAR '
a small
plumpIsh Boys 11 through 15 are eligible "
and' Felxtwry
battery of if consumer, government
examinations, includIng J :
woman talked convicted to enter the derby here the makers of machine tools It
forger Lester B. Dionne M, Into hearing and equilibrium to be held on July 4. The win business spending bolsters the construction Industry
giving himself up after a hectic tents Monday for treatment of ner of the race here will represent Business thinking about Its It creates Jobs all along the
frightening period Monday. a brain concussion I Lakeland In the All-AmerIcan own growth .turned optimistic. line. And this Increase In payrolls .
Police described Mrs. Poison Glenn who suffered the con- Soap Box Derby In Akronon late last year. Earlier estimates ls quickly felt at the con celebrates
as a heroine cuuion In a bathroom accident Aug. IS. when 240 boys will of how much It would sumer spending level thus the Mardi Gras
Feb. 21 In Columbus, Ohio was compete for prizes totaling spend this year for new plants benefitting still other Industries -
Raid Blocks Up flown to Wilford Hall U.S. Air $30000 In college scholarships. and equipment were revised upward and perhaps encouraging BUT

A threatened kidnaping two Force Hospital here Friday. The derby here Is sponsored They went from about them to, expand, too.
home, break-Ini, and a high A hospital spokesman said by Pendarvls Chevrolet, the i the same as last year to a mod- Latest estimates of plant and Every Wednesday
speed auto ride with Mrs Pox- Glenn continues "to suffer with Lakeland Optimist Club and the- est advance. Optimism grew equipment spending by bus!..
son at the wheel praying for police the dlxxiness when standing and Lakeland Ledger. Efx ind a couple of months ago still nessmen this year put It around "F OM MAINE TO rtOHIDA

Interception figured In the sitting that has been the The deadline for registrationfor higher figures were forecast I the $43-bill level This compare ITS

series of events primary complaint" since the. the event .la March 31. Boys Plans Expanded Again with $39 billion last year $371

A state police alarm was out. accident ear equilibrium.The fall Injured his Inner Interested In competing may register And now. with tax cut bene- billion In 1962 and $344 billion Fish Fry Night
at the Boys' Club tomorrow
Road blocks were up. | A spokesman said "X fits a lively potential if not yetI m 1961
rays If ,
night, accompanied by aparent ii
If the $4-billion Increase
"An unusual said
woman taken over the weekend were also solid actuality businessmen Delicious fi11etacri -
Boys registerat
Gus Harrison, state corrections may achieved this year this along
normal and doctors were still Pendarvls Chevrolet 310 N. are once more expanding their P. golden-fried
commissioner, after Mrs Pox optimistic of meeting Clenn Florida Ave., but they must be plans and substantially with gains spending In consumer would and assure and ocean.freshFrench
son marched Dionne Into his office government
hoped for April 1 retirement"Clenn Consumer spending, growing
accompanied by a parent at the the the strong
climaxing six tense hours la a candidate for the time they appear to register s fairly steadily all along Is ex- that economy most forecasters are Y
Dionne was a fugitive from a democratic senatorial nomination pected to gain momentum from props YOU
southern Michigan state prison In Ohio. He plans to be a larger take-home pay first now assuming $100CAN

farm. campaigning soon after April 1. Man Killed fruit of the cut in federal In- Psychology Important EAT .

come tax rates Almost as Important as the, '

In Miami Federal government spending actual outlay of dollars by Industry .. Fried Potatoes
WASHINGTON REPORT may hold fairly steady this Is the boost which the! Cole Slaw Tartar Sauce
year. But at the state and local evidence of such spending will I Roll and ButterHOWARD
RoomMIAMI government levels the total will give the psychology of workers,
I Rockefeller Names mount. The economy can counton businessmen, Investors

(AP) A man Identified that This won't solve all the problems
'ALL RIGHT WHIP.IS THI FIRsT Ltktloiid relit. Chl.f.
as Michael Rosa 39, an ex- From Individual companies by any means But any Increase
Campaign Director convict facing prison In a stolen LM 1_", ('IrM h.M.ddlit, City M...,., R.bsrt V. eficktt business organizations, and In the tempo ol
but .. c.ll Hi. tact that L...'.... .
money order case, was shot to nly If.nNiil I* rw koytl I various pollsters In and out of industrial activity will help s
death today In a downtown t.ritd In awcMiliif (........... I* the Soap Sea Dark, m.f ifbtor I government almost weekly little In at least containing vn 735 East Main St.
By FULTON LEWIS JR. In his letter Guzowskl noted hotel. .t ......." Chevrolet, 310 N. florid. An. .r .t the l.y*' come predictions of stepped-up employment. Any strengtheningof

WASHINGTON-With much that Romney had been Police arrested Chester Gray, Club .1 Ltk.l.nd ......'"W Right .1 7 .clack. (Lolli.., phase II y : spending In the months ahead. the economy will make east
hoopla Nelson Rockefellerhas making tough statements 40. and said he would be Pubis. ). True these are Intentions and er the task of defending the dollar "HOST Of THE WCrTWATJ"

announced the appoint about Soviet treachery then charged with first degree mur- _appropriations for future spend and curbing the deficit I Ir
went of a "prominent Virginia asked the Governor to Imple- der. .. .
Republican' a* his ment a legislative directive Homicide detectives said Rosa

Southern >campaign "': that Communists be denied the was shot In the chest apparently!; I \, .' ,."!,, ',;, 1>' "
director. i' right to speak at state Institutions while trying to break Into; 1'\0 \ &" ', : 1-\1":
HelsHClydeJ Grays sixth floor room. They: I :, ", ;" '$.' ,'n
Pearson on ROMNEY waited until Ap said a 18 caliber revolver which ; : '
Roanoke, GOP theker left before answering had been fired was found In ::' : :
gubernatorial !' tnominee Guzowskl's letter. He refused Gray quarters < t : '{ ; :: ; J

In to comment on the wisdom of Detectives A. M. Fontana andA. r > :
: i
11(1. What talk then V. Jlordano said the shooting ,
letting Aptheker '' ,
Rocky did not! went on: climaxed a dispute over bonds. '0" '.,' ', ,'I" ," '
say perhaps which the officer believed had 't \-f :. .
"The policy regarding '. "
been stolen 4' Ira .
does not know
-la that Pear.r speakers colleges and at universities state-supported lathe Rosa was convicted In U.S. .' :,; ,J' ,. <

son' fell from LEWIS province of the Individual District Court In a plot to ex- ,1 j"' '\

party gracesafter governing board and the Governor change stolen money orders and (" : { ;
a lackluster campaign In counterfeit money 'or Brazilian "': f\, ; f .: ;
has no legal jurisdiction
and sentenced In November \
I which he garnered only 35 per gems, was
In this area'Demands.
to four consecutive two-
cent of the vote.
A leading Virginia RepublIcan to alter speaker year prison terms H* was free '
policies logically should be directed 000 total bond. ; : "
told me recently: Pear on $20.
to the universities and ; L ;
son couldn't get nominated as their boards" :. : .
Michigan State will host the .. .
after that
dogcatcher sorry -
Gutowikl charged angrily > ,' ; 'i {" 'v \ '
showing" (As early a* 1953.a that Romney had passed the 1964 NCAA tennis championship ,. ,';, ), ,, > ',' oj> ,} '" J. ,I .'
June 1520. .I .. \
GOP candidate for Governor buck. As one who made pious j IMt. : ., y> ,. '" /,{ "
pulled 44 per cent d the vote)
: '
about in- nfl
pronouncements "
Talk with GOP leader CersphteINSURANCE "" :, ,,p"'t t. .\
ternational Communism Gulowskl -
across the South Indicate it ;.
said, Romney bad a
will be a political miracle: If "moral responsibility to criticize SUVICt, : :

Pearson manage to corral Communism on the home tenter Upsb.wrr,
more than a few convention front. Instead the Governor Inc. .. .
delegate for his man. remained silent" I a.a L TMs. .... .... _-uu
AS THE Louisiana election R

I of last week Indicate Goldwater ;, '
1 11 the only Republicanwith '
( the possible exception of t ,:

( Dick Nixon) who can dem- Pharmacists first Duly Is ,: {
mutate appeal south of the ; "
Mason-Dlxon Line. :r f.i \ ;
Service fo the Sick p } ,
An avowed Goldwater supporter l' r '
Charlton H. Lyons Sr. I I 9aaaaRt'" "" !CA < '
captured almost 40 per cent of Felix Donatelll, Pb-G fldence, service and devo- < t"i 'yes't.
I the vote for Governor in Louisiana I Registered Pharmacist tion with dollar and : t} ,', ?

where Republican are Only professional service cents I These intangible t,. '"
outnumbered 98-1 Two fellow and not the exploitation of tend to differentiate the j ), : I I I I
Republicans both vociferous the sick should be the first discounter or health merchant r, $ :
backer of Goldwater were function o f* | who cannot be con- ,,;? Ste' I
elected to the State Legislature the pharma- corned with these Intan- '" "
for the first time In this c II t. Tblsjconcern glble since they are too ," ;<'
; ;
century.In o fj ,, 1. 1 time consuming and costly ', c
State the pharmaicist to .Improve his isle i ,
Oklahoma the convention -
all 22 of seta html (volume. fps /w d f }
baa pledged i fd sr
ml ,,
national apart fro Your member pharma- 'if'
it to the
delegate to Goldwater.North the ordinary* riot does not deny the fact ,1 '
convention discount rf that come savings can be ( !
Carolina 26 delegate
and ",Im-[ realized on tome very -
Gold- < t
have been promised ;
I mlck mer I specific and limited drug I 1'
water. Texas will give Barry I chant" Inter-! terns, at the expense of [.r
M votes. Talk with GOP e It. din' quality, service and devotion
leaders In other state disclose profit alone'*"' *"."" Those patients so

absolutely no supportfor at the expense of the unwilling to sacrifice these

Rockefeller, knowing or ailing patient. values for a few pennies
Only In Arkansas, where Your,independent memo savings will reap exactlyber \
Nelson' brother Winthrop I 11 render What
pharmacist what they sow they f
GOP National Committeeman, this professional service to reap may not matter inhumanity ''I' ." ,
can a Rockefeller booster be with fun respect the purchase of any other '
found, and Winthrop I 11 the only for the dignity of man and commodity, but when they ,
one. therefore he should merit tend to skimp on matter 1 '
DIMINUTIVE John Tower the confidence of the paof health and life their 0
the first Republican Senator bent entrusted to his care Judgment 1 neither wise 1--
In Texas history has crisscrossed when he brings his prescription nor rewards A* Thoreau LL" rs
Dixie for Goldwaterand to him. The patient so aptly put It: "All ; f-- :.. i 4 s6H

predict that he will have cannot buy this conoocI things are cheap, all :

near-unanimous backing from bad are very dear. r-, J
the 300 Southern delegates at YOUR PRESCRIPTIONFILLED fI
San What Francisco.I* the reason for Ciold.water' WITH CARE ;rs"'"M cro'F I :
strength? Peter 0'- 1 r .. -
Donnell Texas GOP Th. ..U... b ,.
i ',
... .wwd Md.ps1-
chairman, puts it this way: Hi. .n' u R
The Republican Party has ..,t ,h.nnMli* ...... Is d.dts ,
prospered in the South, and c.ud t.. ,...tlce the AIMctetlM : gna,1irt.a I f

and will continue to prosper rlM sob *f sea.k. \ ; i ';

only by an appeal to conservative .. T. eke public. tt Mlttnttt. ,. MtMatA ; .lli ," r ;: .
Democrat who have seen saw leteerityr esley es/ '- < ,
the 't':1.:: ,, ,
their party taken over by /" 'K' ",,, t
ultra-liberal, blg-clty bosses '
"'Why 1 11 any Democrat now FELIX DONATELLI'SPHARMACIES .' f: / ,,
unhappy with his party, go'leg ,
to witch to another panty '" ,' ;{'' ',,'A product of The Seven Up Company
whose Presidential candidate : ':;' : ,
: iJ:
offers the same philosophy LAKELAND DRUG

and th* same program In" 604 W. MEMORIAL BLVD. t:''' ''; >>''''''_M .
a slightly different package? cQeseWNr im sr Tee MVIN-UP COMPAN rNEWfrom

It* a good question! MARTIN DRUG
MICHIGAN Gov GeorgeRomney 437 CENTRAL AVENUE Seven-Up !
ha been rapped
sharply for his refusal to condemn TUCKER DRUG
the appearance at a

state Communist State school Rep. Richard of aa A.avowed H. JGuzowskl. COLEMAN'S 321 N. MASS.PHARMACY AVE. first diet drink that really queacJaesf

I Democrat, wrote 1417 LAKELAND HILLS BLVD.
Romney recently to ask that Other diet drinks leave you thirsty. Not LIKE LIKE give you a fresh, clean, natural taste at
he take to prevent the PHARMACY
appearance at Wayne State you drink ft. When you've finished the bottle, the taste stays fresh your thirst Is quenched.

University her, top Communist of Herbert theoretician Apthe-- 1811 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE Now-LIKE your diet drink. Lest than 1 calorie per 6 fluid ounces.That's why diets like LIKE.'ExConvict .


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t LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, March 10, INI The A-ll Scores Us First Hit Dick Nixon May Be

LEDGER EDITORIALS I IHistoryMinded Liveliest Political

Corpse Since BryanA

Dr. Thrift

HISTORY-MINDED Dr. Charles T. is looking back over 79 years of rich ,a rr Jf,fa fork ICtmr* .j b .

Thrift Jr., president of 79-year-old history, some of it quite rugged, all WASHINGTON The re-

Florida Southern College, which is of it attesting faith of the tenacious, appearance of Richard M.

having its annual birthday party this steadfast, pioneering variety. Nixon stage of on national the forefront politics of the re-

week, took a ride in a mule-drawn The program of festivities now get- calls the ancient Egyptian f

wagon Sunday at Avon Park. ting under way on the campus to con- r myths of the phoenix. This
He took the ride as a back-seat tinue through Saturday is a paying of fabulous bird was born to be
.( consumed In fire
passenger along Avon Park's milelongmall tribute to the men and women of faith periodically but each time to rise again,

In order to help that city observethe and vision who founded the Institution.So young and vigorous, from Its

75th anniversary of its founding.The it is looking back far into the own ashes.

ride was fractional reenactment past of travel by mule-drawn wagon Considering the virtually y

of a ride a preacher took 75 such as Dr. Thrift, a man on the sunny unanimous judgment of the
soothsayers, after Nixon's de-
vears ago from Fort Meade to Avon side of 50, enjoyed Sunday.The feat for governor of California

Park.It. hardy spirit the founders In 1962 that the Republican

must have been a rough ride Dr. breathed into the institution has con- 'presidential candi- ..tARTHUR

Thrift took Sunday. But college presidents tinued through the decades, enabling date national of 1960 political was finished leader the asa

are accustomed to rough riding, Florida Southern to go on flourishing, fact that he Is now playinga

especially presidents of private colleges sometimes against severe odds, to successful return engagement

who have to scrounge perseveringly serve young men and women from AMt4 60 in this very role shows
is not necessarily KROCK
for funds to keep the institutions over Florida and from other states and that for ,
a miracle reserved
going.It countries.The theology alone.If it; or asserts that his disability

can hardly have been necessaryto most recent physical additionto T Tiri the political oracles In has been removed when

importune Dr. Thrift strongly in Florida Southern is the impressive !! 1962 had restricted their pronouncement this Is 'contrary to demonstra.

order to get him to take part in AvonPark's Branscomb Memorial Auditorium to a conclusionthat ble fact.
Nixon by his own act
historical program. He has placed there by Florida Methodists. had consumed whatever prosy THESE statements among

written good history and Is making It is an edifice in which' Lakeland pect he might have had of others, and the vigor with

good history at Florida Southern. takes much pride and which the Col- becoming President of the which they were phrased,

He served two terms as presidentof lege is making available for use by United States, they would have stimulated Republican
still have a good chance to
the Florida Historical Society and Lakeland movements to have Nixon's
groups.As the soundness of their
his historical writings have includeda more years pass and the hardy prove estimate. But they also confidently name written In on the presidential

history of Florida Southern and one spirit of the founders continues to pre- Voice of the People] washed him up re-nomi as a ballots In preference New Hampshire primary and

about early Methodist preachers in vail, the College will continue to move possible nee for that Republican office and even Illinois; the trend of a poll In

Florida, a book entitled "The Trail of along the high road of progress, en- as the potential kingmaker of Minnesota from which Nixon

the Circuit Rider." couraged by Lakeland and to the great This Is The Ledger's Opinion Page? another candidate at the party emerged Republican as the voters leading thereforthe choiceof

This week the college over whichhe benefit of both the College and Lake- national convention of 1964. party's presidential nomination

has the responsibility of presiding land. This edlrorfol ,.,. .".rt the ....,.,.''. ft. .'1..1... .. m.It." .f currant Inttrttt .In the YET TWO years after their hopeful reassessment
.4ilo,1e1 ..1_.. It the .,Intom .f ...." .. Hi. Voice .! tfi. ,.., Cel.... Lxtcrt wmtk proclamation of his political throughout the party of his
sif.... end ..., the wIt,'. .44,_, but .."'.. will k. withheld upon req..... A letter ihMiU .*. death and burial, the prospect chances to be nominated and
..c*.d 250 curds, .nd parr ........ .. _4. Th. Udecr to...... Hi. rignr .. nj.ct my letter w Is strongly admissible that elected.In .
I .h..... It. 0,1..,... .( c.I.",. III ...4 (..... contributor .pp..r .1....... eo thin pp.He's Nixon will either be renoml- this same category of
Fuller Warren's HumorFLORIDA'S nated at San Francisco or political resurrection Is the
expressed judgment of Sen.
or they would have Inspectedthe year for a director for the exert the principal Influence Nixon
Goldwater that
alternate choice by
Fuller Warren, like known he would run for Governorsome ReadyTo Winter Haven site In comparison volunteers In the hospital. I over the convention.The an will be "the man to beat,"
to' the phosphatesite have Just finished reading or acquire as an ally, by any
most men, is more than one fellow. day and be elected. Sell spurt of front page
Grove Eaton Park. No the of the Volunteer other Republican who wins
Miami at one story headlines accounts of his
When he was running for Governor He is practicing law in now over the nomination at San Fran-
can see a grassed lawn, city Auxiliary and they are ask current political activities Including
and has been since the end of his
of Florida he got off some of the ever Editor I do cisco.
not know who
water, sewage, a water sprinkling ing for more members to join. a mounting succession
most rollicking humor ever heard gubernatorial tenure. He is still in writes the editorial column In system at Eaton Park The reason given by the of speeches, statements and If Nixon had lost the 1960
from a political rostrum in Floridaor great demand as a speaker but doesn't but the editorialon interviews, establish him as presidential election by a
your paper
like there Is at the Winter Board of Trustees or the president margin instead of the
else. make speeches as he used to. the phoenix of U.S. presidential large
anywhere as many the junior college about
Haven location.I of the volunteers organization politics In 1964. smallest In political history,
The crowds loved it and gathered He found that speech-making was interfering tops them all. First, anyone had the opportunity to was that because of In the last two weeks at or if John F. Kennedy had

around for more each time he came too much with his law prac- saying an orange grove near drive near the Eaton Park lo- the large membership, the Peoria III., Minneapolis,New lived to be renomlnated by I

around. He had a sort of instinctive tice.He the Winter Haven Golf Course cation a few days ago, and It officers found their duties too York City and Washington the Democrats could ,have Nixon regainedthe probably
feeling for crowds and crowds had a could have gained national fame of 40 acres would cost (400,000 certainly looked like anythingbut tlme-consuming. This doesn't he has occupied a large area prominent position he once '

responsive feeling for him. and made lots of money as a humorous must be off their rocker. Any a location for a college make sense. Why ask for of reportorial and public attention more occupies In national pol
enlivened 1964
When he got to be Governor and speaker. National conventions would fifteen-yesr-oid would have and the wind happened to be more volunteers, why not politics with such utterances itics.

the critics began to hurl their shaftsat have taken him on. He could have done much better judgment than about right for a nice smell close the membership. Proba- as these:

him, some of the edge came oil his well as a humorous writer; too He hasa that for no grove in the state from a fertilizer plant that la bly half only work once in a -A demand for a "hard" BUT EVEN 'after Gov.his Brown em-
humor. Underneath his robust extro- facile $ of Florida will bring, or ell, located,not far away. Besides while, that is. if they are like policy toward Cuba that phatic defeat by
pen. i of California two years ago
for $10,000 an acre. If this this there was scrub brush, other organizations. Why don'tthe would exclude U_S. marketsto
exterior the of But the mistress -of law and the additional liability he
vert was senstitivity jealous officers delegate some of allies who refuse
kind of price prevails, I have etc., over moat of the proper to "co his
an introvert who could not under- called him back after he had served as ty. their duties to others? Good operate" in our trade em. incurred the next day by
stand why people would be unfriendly Governor, and so he has the satisfac- several acres of good orange In-Hosing I will again say executives do this to eliminate bargo against Castro. This angry assertion that reportorial basic
groves to tell at this price; in too much sabotage was a
If you can find a party want putting nation he told them at Pe-
tion of practicing the profession for some that were never touchedin ing to pay $400,000 for 40 acres time.If oria, "should quit playing uncle cause of that defeat, establishNixon'l
During his four years as Governor which he trained, and we hope he is. last winter's freeze. It's of grove, please have them get Lakeland General Hospital sucker and behave like renaissance as a

Florida made much more prog- making a good living at it. outrageous for any newspaper in touch with me. I am sure Is like others at least Uncle Sam around the world.A ." phoenix-like miracle.

ress than he got credit for. He simply Too bad, though, that his extraordi- to quote a price like that, besides i many other grove owners will what we hear of others then Nixon may not be re-nomi
CALL, for stated on the argument which
also sell for this price, so nurses cannot be hired because a "selective
could not refrain from with bright glow of rich humor must being misleading to out
sparring narily calm down and do what Is of poor wages. Volun- embargo" against any foreign caused the rejection of RobertA.
his critics instead of ignoring them or go on hidden under the bushel of legal of state people who read such best for the Junior College teers are not expected to be companies which trade with Taft by the Republican
giving them only a passing glance.So lore. Hearty laughter is good tonic and an article. ai that on groveprices. and all concerned. perfect. Nurses are because Cuba, and _on congress to convention" of 1952: -"he can't
I they are In charge of life and adopt a resolution requiringthe win. Also, if renominated
the four Warren's humor would have
gubernatorial years good You will also recall In 1963 GENE G. BASERHe'd death problems. The $4.200 State Department to close the present outlook is againsthis
can hardly have been the joyful ex- provided efficacious tonic for a lot of when people of Polk County would give 31 people a $10 American markets to such election. He may not even
perience he had imagined it would be people if he had taken to the knife-' went to the polls to vote the per month raise. Not much, I companies; plus a suggestion be the kingmaker at San
for the Junior CloseMembership
ever since the days when he was a and-fork circuit on a full-time, national Lakeland millage did not seem to want agree, but every little bit for consideration of the use of Francisco.
Let's first force to block oil But lesson for his 1962
helps. put things shipments a
page boy in the House and making basis.Lakeland's the college. Now that'a very first. to Cuba from the U.S.S.R.A morticians which they, of

capable team hat elected a The volunteers are to be thoughtful, experiencedand course, will forget the next
site, you all are the first ones commended but I doubt that practical formula for leg time he Is now the liveliest
to start hollering.It EDITOR I read the report illation to provide effective since William Jennings
many of them this corpse
I may be that whoever of the Board of Trustees outlay of the taxpayer's and protections to the national security Bryan was oracularly consigned -
Soap Box DerbyIT wrote the column In the paper of the Lakeland General Hospital their own money. when a president becomes to oblivion In 1898 and
Is In Lakeland and hasn'tbeen
new In the Ledger and where disabled; won't, or Is then was twice renominatedby
around here very much, they voted to pay $4,200 per A. J. LUDINGTON Incompetent to, acknowledgement Democratic conventions.
IS A great soap box derby thatis Akron last year will be show and

being planned for Lakeland boys, Lakeland boys in the age range' from

and the deadline for registering for 11 to 15 may register then to take

participation is only three weeks away. part in the Lakeland derby. Royal Ripple May Become A Tidal Wave I IBy

The winner of the Lakeland derby Each boy attending the movie and

will take part in the 27th all-Amerl- expecting to register for the derby C. L. SULZBERGER over the accumulating trag- where Kings didn't play an except the commu- lahed cells Greek Cypriotes -

can derby in Akron in which 240 con- should be accompanied by one of his @ 1ehaIf ork Dime. edy. In 1955 Papagos lay dying important role, a real sovereign nists." And for Paul. KINGS the among communists are

testants will compete for $30,000 in parents, or both. CAIRO-There Is something but his ministers kept assuring was "necessary In Greece constituted a special club,
college scholarships.So The Lakeland derby is being sponsored Sophoclean In the tragic death Paul the Illness was because otherwise there wouldbe bound by loyalty to each oth- creeping back to their conti-
of King Paul of the Hellenes not serious. He visited the ailing chaos." er even if driven from their nental bastions, evacuated
here is the Club Pendarvis
an exciting opportunityfor by Optimist admist the worst of He felt a thrones. after
all the field marshal and con- strong man was "Once a king always the recent civil war.
Lakeland boys to have some whole- Chevrolet and The Ledger. crises. In required "at the heads of "
Cyprus For cluded: "I don't know what any a king he used to say Political currents shift rapIdly -
some fun and at the same time pos- The derby last year in the Lake- it was he who first started kind of a game my ministers democracy and kings In the in Greece and if the left
sibly become eligible for a significant land Highlands was thrilling event the drama towards Its furious are trying to play with me future will have to take more PAUL'S DEATH hands on continues to excite emotions
reward. for contestants and alike denouement.In but I fear Papagos will leaveus positive decisions as the need to King Constantine, a youthof engendered In Cyprus, the
spectators July, 1949 shortly after very soon" for decision-making Increases.The pleasant demeanor, sportIng Greeks face possible disaster.
The Lakeland derby has been sched- and the big event set for July surely he ascended the throne, Paul Paul was fed up with his method of ruling Is nowmore ambitions and hitherto avenge One consequence could ulti-
uled for July the Fourth. That seemsa will prove equally exciting.If laid claim to the Island, thena bickering political leaders.; democratic but the role abilities, one of those mately and again be the
considerable distance away but the you know some boys in the eli- British colony. In exchangehe Prior to Papagos he had already of a king Is just as essentialas racking crises that so often forced exile of the royal fam
must start them to offered Britain base facilities had to accept as premier In earlier days. grip volatile Greece's destiny ily. When he dropped his CYPriote
preparatory machinery gible ,
age range encourage
In Crete or anywhere in General Plastiras, with "People need a responsibleand The Cyprus storm, so reasonably pebble Into the Aegean'In
rolling now.Tomorrow. go and register tomorrow night. That Greece. whom he had once sworn nev- permanent symbol and a started by P.ullS years 1948 the amiable, tall, mod-
night at the Boys Clubof registration may set some Lakeland The immediate result of this er to shake hand. So he king can serve as a reposI- ago, blows northward towardthe est Paul could never have
Lakeland at 7 o'clock a movie giving boy on the way to a college education suggestion wis a personal bypassed obvious claimantsto tory of knowledge as he gains mainland. Imagined the ripple the created
close-up views of the big event In paid for by Chevrolet.A message from King George the prime ministry and experience. He must be a Anti-western hatred la being might some day rise to a
non-political figure who can fanned by clever tidal
fomewhat high handedly, agitators wave and threaten to
(Fort/tit iJaln asked Karamanlis, the obscure work with any kind of govern- and, from their carefully nour- engulf his son.
THOUGHT-Your eyes will see the king In his beauty; they will behold a land that stretches minister of roads, to succeed

far.-Isaiah 3317.: VI conveyed by British ambassador Papagos.

Sir Clifford Norton, Karamanlis governed efficiently Potomac Fever
saying as Paul would amusedly but autocratically un-
LAKELAND LEDGER recollect: "He did'nt want til he broke with the king
"breaking up his empire." himself last summer and re-
While Paul thought Cyprus signed. Paul replaced him By FLETCHER KNEBEL

r with its SO per cent Greek- with a career diplomat Plpinellis LBJ says he's against "stag government. Fair enough, but is he against
aDMi IPTT eowtn, run speaking population should because he thought him stagnation
ru l..n -| JOHN MAKHHON
Imperial Polk County rr ,o.nti H II Hi* SIM*. come under Athens' sovereignty "honest Intelligent and In
tori CLIVK HAMM. Jr.. Mnn.n.World's *
Citrus Center '-'",- D.Mlteri.,.......o.CH.rOWIU..LIf HUNT.Ad_...."....... he nevertheless opposed fact a gentleman." But the' James R. Hoffa is outraged at his conviction on .meddling- charges.
toP *ICH.*a KIAHLIV, e1nuN- the use of force to attain his politicians forced Plpinelli.out. .
toil ..na_. goal. Twice Field Marshal After last autumn's election Careful Jimmy. Tamper, tamper.

Papagos, his prime minister, the present premier. Pa- *
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partm.nts-686 asked the king's permissionto pandreou took over and his The House Rules Committee votes to boost congressmen's salaries $10,000.
send the then Colonel Grins mandate was subsequently re- This isn't just a war on poverty it's a holocaust.
a Cyprus-born officer on inforced.
suiscmrriON RATES the Greek general staff, to
rebellion PAUL believed he must rule The Air Force is proud of its Dew A-U fighter. At 2,000 miles an hour
One v.., JIO.IO 0.. Mo..t! $1.71 raise a Cypriote and '
twice Paul refused. However, as well as reign although he it s the only plane we've got that can get where it's goingbefore it becomes
Si Menthe SI 1 0.40 WHit .
when the king was traveling had democratic personal feelings I.
_. ... $ 5.20 Su..d.f Only Tee, $7.10 outside Greece Papagos sent and Indeed once worked *
Grivas secretly to Cyprus and under an assumed name in an Goldwater fans disclaim his far
right label Even his foes, after listening to
/ubllrh.d ..te,..... .. .pl S that fought the British. thought what he called "kingmanshlp" -
UhUri. 'Itrid 13132 was an active pJ'Oofealon *

FROM THAT moment the and that, unlike the President Johnson names 10 women to high government posts. In this cam-
king began to lose Influence Sfandinavian monarchies paign, the Democrats intend to skirt the issues.


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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, March III, 1114 I 1
Accelerated Economy Making

To'Persuaded Give Up Meeting Slated On Soap Box Derby,( Business Revise Growth PlansBy

Lakeland area boys InterestedIn their parents have been Invited

MUNITH becoming contestant In the, to a meeting at the Boy*' Club SAM DAWSONAP leg, and their effect on the the U.S. balance of International -
Mich. (AP) "]I Soap Box Derby this year and of Lakeland, Lake Avenue and Business News Analyst economy will come later than payments
Sever talked so much In mj Parker Street, tomorrow night And an expanding Industrial
life," laid Marian Poxson, 8'eaMld -. John GlennTo to learn detail of the annual NEW YORK (APBusinellI. the consumer spending spree plant helps many workers-end

) housewife, after she event 1 getting even more expansiveIn that merchant are expecting employers raise a bit higher
persuaded UndergoSeveral At the meeting, to begin at Its growth plans as It eyes as they launch spring their standards of living
escaped convict 7 o'clock, a 20-minute color ,.. future prospect promotions. y
to surrender. movie of last All American
TestsSAN year's This necessary prop of the
"I talked to him like he was Soap Box Derby in Akron three-legged stool of the economy Benefits WideningBut 1 tom ,
my son," she said "He needed ANTONIO Tex. (AP) will be shown. looms stronger with each business spending has OOICErAy ,

help" Marine Lt Col. John H. GlennJr. Deadline Nears I poll of business intentions The ever-widening benefit It helps .1st yl rrEAe

Mrs. Poxson, a small, plumpIsh began a three to four day Boys 11 through 15 are eligible economy largely Is shaped by the producers of raw materials, ,
woman, talked convicted battery of examinations, Including to enter the derby here consumer, government and the makers of machine tool It ti ry

forger Lester B. Dionne, 33, Into hearing and equilibrium to be held on July 4. The win business spending.Business bolster the construction Indus

giving himself up after a hec- tests brain, Monday for treatment of ner of the race here will repre- thinking about Its try. It creates jobs all along the

tic frightening period Monday. a concussion sent Lakeland In the All -AmerIcan .. own growth turned optimistic line. And this Increase In payrolls -
Glenn who ,
suffered the concussion late last Earlier estimates
Police described Mrs. Poxson Soap Box Derby In Akronon year. Is quickly felt at the con- Louisiana celebrates
'al a heroine. In a bathroom accident Au,. IS, when 240 boys will of how much it would sumer spending level, thus the Mardi Grot
Feb. 28 In
Columbus Ohio, was compete for prizes totaling spend this year for new plants other Indus
benefiting still\
Read Blocks Up flown to Wilford Hall U.S. Air $30 000 In college scholarships. and equipment were revised up- BUT
tries, and perhaps encouraging
A Force Hospital hen Friday.A The here is ward. They went from about
threatened kidnaping, two derby sponsored them to. expand, too.
home, break-Ins, and a high hospital spokesman said by Pendarvls Chevrolet the the same a* last year to a mod- Latest estimates of plant and Every Wednesday
speed auto ride with Mrs. Pox- continues "to suffer with Lakeland Optimist Club and the est advance. Optimism grew spending by businessmen
the dizziness when standing and and of months still -ntOM MAINE TO flORIDA"
son at the wheel praying for police Lakeland Ledger. a couple ago this year put It aroundthe
Interception figured In the sitting that has been the The deadline for registration'or higher figures were forecast. $43.bill level. This compareswith IT'S
series of events. primary complaint" since the the event I It March II. Boy $37.3
Plan Again last
Expanded $39 billion year
accident The fall inner
I Injured
A state police alarm was out. Interested In competing may register billion In 1962 and $34.4 billionin
ear equilibrium. at the Boys' Club tomorrow And now with tax cut bene- Fish Fry Night
Road block were up. I A spokesman said "X rays night, If accompanied by a t r fits a lively potential if not yeta 1961.
"An unusual woman, said If the $4-billion Increase
taken over the weekend were parent Boys may also registerat solid actuality, businessmenare Delicfoui fillets-
Gu Harrison, state corrections a achieved this this along
normal and doctors were still Pendarvi Chevrolet 310 N. once more expanding their year crop goldenfriedand
commissioner after Mrs. Pox optimistic of meeting Glenn's Florida Ave., but they must be 1 plans, and substantially with gains In consumer and ocean-fresh
son marched Dionne into hit office spending would assure -
hoped for April 1 retirement"Glenn government
accompanied by a parent at the Consumer spending, growing
climaxing six tense houn Is a candidate for the time they appear to register. fairly steadily all along, Is ex- the economy the strong ALL O O
Dionne was a fugitive from a Democratic senatorial Domination pected to gain momentum from props that most forecasters are YOU

southern Michigan state prison in Ohio. He plans to be a larger take-home pay, first now assuming NEAT -

farm. campaigning soon after April 1. Man Killed fruit of the cut in federal in- Psychology Important 'T
P" person
come tax rates. Almost as Important as the
In Miami Federal government spending actual outlay of dollars by In- i, French Fried Potatoes

WASHINGTON REPORT may hold fairly steady this dustry is the boost which the I Cole Slaw Tartan Sauce)

Hotel RoomMIAMI year. But at the state and local evidence of such spending will Roll and Butter.HOWARD

Rockefeller Names government level the total will give the psychology of workers,
II mount. The economy can counton businessmen, Investor
(AP) A man identified that won't solve all the prob-
'ALL RIGHT WHIRI'S THI FIR?' L.ktlouJ. relict Chief This
Joss nsonS
a* Michael Rosa 39
an ex- increase
Campaign DirectorBy convict facing prison In a stole let II... I'>ve' ...e.ddisg. .! City M...... ...... V. Yeuke a business From Individual organizations companies, and lems by any In means.the tempo But any of

money order case, was shot to ticket, tirt ...1, t* rail ettentto to she feet the LekelenJ. ere bays various pollsters In and out of Industrial activity will help a
death today In a downtown hitereitee! In kecemlnf centettenti In the Soap lei Derby say raga
government almost weekly little in at least containing un- 735 East Main St.
FULTON LEWIS JR. In his letter Guzowskl noted hotel. lap*. .t ....d.11 Cherralet, 110 N. Fiend A... er et the Ityi come predictions of stepped-up employment. Any strengthening

WASHINGTON-With much that Romney had been Police arrested Chester Gray, Cluk .f lektlene twnerrew sight, et 7 'clock. (U
hoop-la. Nelson Rockefeller making tough statements 40, and laid ha would be .). True, these are Intentions, and the task of defending the dol- "HOST OF THe HIGHWAYS"
baa announced the appoint- about Soviet treachery, then charged with first degree mur I appropriations for future spend lar and curbing the deficit In

ment of a "prominent Virginia asked the Governor to implement der.Homicide -
Republican" as hi t II a legislative directive detective said Rosa

Southern campaign that Communists be denied the was shot in the chest apparently!
director.*" '" right to speak at state institutions while trying to break Into

He I.H. ClydeP.araon. Gray' sixth floor room. They

o ROMNEY waited until Ap- said a .38 caliber revolver which r

Roanoke, GOP theker left before answering had been fired was found in

gubernatorial !a Guzowiki's; letter. He refused Gray's quarters "
nominee In wisdom! of Detectives A. M. Fontana andA. ,'
to comment on the .' "" "
19(1. What V, Jiordano said the shootln "< .
Rocky did not letting Aptheker talk then climaxed a dispute over bonds ;: yo' ,<, ,,'c ,':ke" ,1
went on: ',"
which the officer believed had '! t"
say perhaps i
"The policy regarding I :
been stolen.
does not know I
,.ah p
speakers at stats-supported v'y
-1* that Pear- Rosa was convicted In US h
I II :.
colleges and universities
ion' fell from District Court In a plot to exchange -
LEWIS the province of the individual
stolen orders and
party grace board and the Governor ;: ;
after a lackluster campaign In governing counterfeit money 'or Brazilian >$ ,, .." ,
has no legal jurisdiction! and wa sentenced In November 1.
I which he garnered only 35 per gems j h
la this area."Demands.
to four consecutive two-
cent of the vote. i
A leading Virginia Republican to alter speaker year prison terms. HJ wa free i'y
policies logically should be directed
/ told me recently: "Pear- on $20,000 total bond. ,
to the universities and t
son couldn't get nominated a* .
dogcatcher after that sorry their boards"Guzowikl Michigan State will host the : ": ,
charged angrily > ,- .
964 NCAA tennis championships Af
showing (A* early a* 19S3, .
that Romney had paced the June H.20. .4 5 ,i"
GOP candidate for Governor "
o- l"t'
buck. As one who made pious <
;} (i 1.
pulled per cant of the vote) < :
pronouncement about International CexeleteINSURANCE. ',
Talk with GOP leader t.>
Communism, Gutowskl > Fi-111 J
across the South indicate It "
said, Romney had a
will be miracle If SIRVICI
a political
"moral responsibility to criticize S, s
Pearson manage to corral Communism on the home I LanIer up...., $
more than a few convention INC.
front Instead the Governor
delegates for his man. remained silent. I sea a. T..I.. a.e. .*. i aM-auk! -
AS THE Louisiana elections ,
I of last week indicate, Goldwa- ; I"

ter la the only Republican
(with the possible exception of :
Dick Nixon) who can demo Pharmacists first Duty Is ) ,
I south of the --L.
onstate appeal ,J :
Mason Dlxon Line.
Aa avowed Goldwater supporter Service fo the, Sick ; ;Y { ',

Charlton H. Lyons Sr. \ {"'J. "
captured almost 40 per cent of Felix DoiitUIII Pb-G, fldence, service and devo- :

the vote for Governor In LouIsiana Registered Pharmacist tion with dollar and ; : .

where Republicans are Only professional service cental! These Intangibles : : t ,

outnumbered 98-1. Two fellow and not the exploitation of tend to differentiate the ('I,J:.:,;.;. I
Republican, both vociferous the sick should be the first discounter or health merchant il; -
r, ;; 'i who cannot be ,!t'
backers of Goldwater were function o fPJl"Zjj'" concerned I,
elected to the State Legislature the pharmacist '_ with these Intangibles ". 0:'

for the first time in this Thl since they are too ,'. : J!['. f" ,
o time consuming and costly ;" '
century.In Oklahoma. the State convention the pharmal 4 to Improve his sale ; iI'' ::

has pledged all 22 of Gist sets him volume. Ir ; %
Your member pharmacist
apart from i2
It to the national
delegate the ordinary does not deny the fact f :
convention to Go I d w a t u. ,\ ,
that some savings can be
discou n t rI "
North Carolina' 28 delegates andglm. realized on torn very '; .' ,<',
have been promised to Gold- and limited ,"
mlck met tpeclflc drug I' '
water. Texas will give Barry chant" inter I Ie items, at the expense of : :. :
S( votes. Talks with GOP r "
s td quality, service and devo- ,
leaders In other state disclose aloneeprofit P.". Dwwltl" tion. Those patient to

absolutely no support at the expense of the unknowing willing to sacrifice these -
for Rockefeller. or ailing patient values for a few pennies
Only In Arkansas, where Yourlndependent member savings will reap exactly
Nelson' brother Winthrop Is pharmacist renders what they sow. What they Zf/",':;*' ,

GOP National Committeeman, this professional service to reap may not matter In .
can a Rockefeller booster be humanity with full respectfor the purchase of any other ':
found and Winthrop I It the on- the dignity of man and commodity, but when they : ;

ly one. therefore he should merit tend to skimp on mattersof

DIMINUTIVE John Tower, the confidence of the pa- health and life, their ,
the tint Republican SenatorIn tient entrusted to his car Judgment I II neither wise

Texas history has crisscrossed when he bring his prescription nor rewarding As Thoreau I'i ,
Dixie for Goldwaterand to him The patient so aptly put It: "All i ;
predict that he will have cannot buy this con- good things are cheap; all :

near-unanimous backing from bad are very dear." i b

the 300 Southern delegate at PRESCRIPTION I ,',>, ,; j
San Francisco. YOUR $' ,

What i* the reason for Gold. filLED WITH CARE aHaaMC! i /

water's strength Peter OfDonnelU f : i Kk yi4
Texas GOP Th. emkleM. b "", Will .f r
young ;
chairman put it this way: the hciHr .".... !..*...*..1 u Ri i ; '

The Republican Party has ..t phemwcM vfc, h *

prospered in the South, and ...... ta se<$ee the AIM.cMlM's + nfM'MfMt ts'

and will continue to prosper, rigid ..... .f eHwlet. \Oswy t- :

only by an appeal to conservative T. ... ,...ic. It MU
Democrat who have seen sass hitetrity" ..*' ? ...*. +
their party taken over by the ..,.Ie.. ,i

ultra-liberal, big-city bosse

unhappy with bit party, goIng -

to twitch to another par- isv':": A product of The Seven-Up Company

ty whose Presidential candi- z iw ; rx .
date offers the same philosophy LAKELAND DRUG

and the same program In
a slightly different package? COfrRKJHT IM IT Tel KVIN-UP eewNatSTEWfrom

It'* a good question I MARTIN DRUG
Romney has been rapped Seven-Up

sharply for his refusal to condemn TUCKER DRUG
the appearance at a

state Communist school of an avowed 321 N. MASS.PHARMACY AVE. tyirst diet drink that really quenches

State Rep. Richard A. H. J.Guzmnkl COLEMAN'S ; ,


Romney recently to ask that I O"ul'd'd drinks leave you thirsty. Not LIKE LIKE gives you a fresh clean, natural taste as
be take steps to prevent the CRYSTAL PHARMACY
appearance at Wayne State you drink It When you've finished the bottle, the taste stays fresh your thirst Is quenched.
of Herbert Apthe- 1111 CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE
University her, top Communist theorettdaa Now-LIKE your diet d"nJr.IA" than 1 calorie per 6 fluid ounces. That's why diets like LIKE.'ExConvict .

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SBSBS| e LAKELAND LEDGE Tuesday. March JO. 19M

I 'tlll ,t From Wor1 l: :Cittt# 1 f


1 i

pl 1 I Ia Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation

STATION H. I.. Chicago ............. 38 31 Milwaukee .......... 31 29
l Miami ..... ......... SI 15 Cincinnati .......... M 33 MplaSt Paul ........ 33 J4Jackviii.

RESTAURANT FEATURE 1 1a ........ 84 83 Cleveland ........... M .3i New Orleans York ..:::::::: 88 80 38 44New

.;:;;:.iwioMiDAr' Key West ........... 81 74 Denver: .............. 43 21 Omaha .* .......... X atl
I 4 LAKELAND .........14 71 Des Moines .......... 28 Philadelphia ........ 75 29
,1q Ocala .............. 87 70 Detroit ..........,.... 35 ** Pittsburgh .......... 99 38
? r Orlando .............. 87 68 Fairbanks .......... 10 .< St. Louis ... .........40 30
Pensacola ........... 73 39 Fort Worth .......... oC3 29 San Francisco ...... 53 44
Tallahassee .......... 74 57 Honolulu, cloudy... II 72 Seattle ............... 46 38
I Tampa ............. 83 71 Indianapolis ........ 13 21 Washington .......... 80 51
j'- W. Palm Beach ..... 13 73 Juneau .............. 34 29
Kansas City ........ 43 23 BAROMETER
;r i Atlanta .............. 73 44 Loa Angeles .......... 84 50 7 a.m. 21.'.
/ .. a Boston .............. 43 34 Memphis ........<.... 71:18: 1 p.m. Monday 30.00.

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AWARD FOR COLLIGI 'fo,;... S..ritni CNt ... wee Hi. "Inullmc. Aw.ri" eh**. ..
Ida Unit.** tmt .. Grw r Ltkolon' for ... $1,100 awitrikiiti** .* funky .*** ..." _,*,.. ..
Mia ......t .,;... CI,... W'o.".", Mt .u .M*. 4lr clw .. ... V.I... '.*., la *_. .-"riiit
.... phew H Simml. w. Luc, number .< tk. .*..*..'. rccurry. h"4 tmmiNM, ... DM!*" L ..... W.rh.nvv, .l+ fit'Mh..lhl.
Act, rlgkt, ...1..... .......... Th. I...,;".... wads Tkli .rt..l..HM and _pie,* hid ...... i .n eo
In .MtlininM .""..1 flmncwl bckiae! W vita cwnnMiiHy .."Ie.. Hi. Ulta4 Way" The alp ...., .
winner .l .... award t. Jot I It W.Hm. .n-l.r.* 1..1......, I....

for Delights the young ones 10,000 To March On TallahasseeTALLAHASSEE

(AP-A a Senate filibuster against passage by Robert N. Saunders field +
,11 rights march on the of the civil: rights bill In secretary: of the Florida branch Ala 11 n' ?
capitol: scheduled for March eI'l Congress, according to the of the National Association for i .
the Advancement of Colored'...::;. ..... ) a
w.. wti.w u expected to bring an NAACP. r -y,
ed! 10,000 persons out to pro This was announced: Monday"THAT'S People. .rrh..rua.t .hrv.wh..IL.1tM J v.l
Saunders said participation In ; ..e..u..rra' a..1s....,.... 4 1 I IL
the filibuster by Sent George i .
S *
haw O..ea. t
RIGHT- Smathers and Spessard Holland
sparked a need to demonstrate L_ --1 e.. r
for passage of the bill as i It fM+arM+.+w._. 3 $ e e +

$599Wa NO BITE !I" stands Inactivity ProtestedIn A milt celt! ...... rtirH1 mevlnf, Jaws Florid today, aciHtrlnfl a few .h_... .. H ....10,.. ..
the Itat*. Cwltr Hmftntuni with crime** .4 ....trH fwd In sash wife( wr yttrt.j tMilkt.Mwntlm .
addition Saunders and the ., niches. ....... and flails. pawl 4.** **4 wMnpr bags I* the .**.*.. half. .4
Rev C K, Steele, head of the
Carry I the .ttt... |A' Wiesphetc.Weathercast.
U,.GENE CLARK Jr.Afrtoasjhlf Tallahassee branch of the ..
o t gaina hunte,.filar,tematunlty NAACP. said Inactivity on the,
Full Line kadr..tkla p.pularT.xaerasch.r.w.s part of the Florida Cabinet and
.f a.d......... governor in civil rights matters I
.. would be Included in the r. 1 tB
the 10,540 acre .Mrtr protest
Fair skies with colder
CORRECTIVESHOES \ _tIN N 1M,..... lIT tempo
eratures tonight and
......, near WkMta,.... A news conference In the capitol tomorrow
temperatures art

I attended 12
was by Negro
ahead for Lakeland weather
ministers from Orlando, Fort
men laid today. The minimum '
,. Myers, Jacksonville, Havana,
MELLOWMASHYELLOWSTONE Tallahassee and Winter Haven. temperature her* tomorrow : Clear to partly cloudy ../ ie
I morning probably will be In themid.40s
through Wednesday Cold tonight
They 10,000 persons were
they aaid
and warmer Wednesday.Low .
expected to form in Tallahasseefor r..
a March to an undesignated Northerly winds will blow at : tonight 34 to 44 with acme a
sa place where speeches would be 4 to 8 miles an hour tonight I i scattered frost likely In the in F
'Till SlIKATISr AMMICAM WMISKITnBmcn I made. They saM alto they would becoming northeasterly at 8 to''i terior. t
Ill S KENTUCKT'] nwwi! MUMW M 4..04.1n wow IOT1UD-III,1OIIII ask the city In advance for a 18 miles an hour tomorrow. The B-C Generally fair through
swnua atria tr fiuswnoM usnuxirr MuwWLU- woiSKXioiaf. parade permit. humidIty will be high at night, Wednesday Low around 40 tonight ""
moderately low during the daylight I .
hours. D: Widely scattered showers I
The maximum temperature here yesterday was 84 degrees Ithe i fair through Wednesday. Low
minimum this morning was I\tonight 40 to 43
70 degrees, and a trace of rain EFGenerally fair through
n S tti fell at the city hall weather'Wednesday Cooler with a low hati
tatlon i of 45 to 52 tonight Southerly w.aj
,winds 15 to 30 miles per hour .
Former outfielder Dave Phil i shifting to northwest and G.H.Generally: fair and not
ley scouts for the Houston Colt diminishing today. Small craft so warm tonight and Wednes- [
45s warning. are displayed. day Low tonight In the fifties.

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(tens c... sot ef the dryer fluffy sad sell, ,..4, ,. "'10 Ins
I& Wee sad tear ea year clothes and tlnam tee smJ M f..,.. N. eWt, E

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$20.00 Installation Allowance B

.' During the Month of March

h Now b to tim t* buy end *.,joy .... convenience of a new Electric ClotfmDrytr
The City of Lokekmd will pay you $20.00 InttallaNon allowance If you pur.
chose your dryer during the month of March. Select l the dryer of your choc, your
opplianc dolr will Mild u> e artificot of ul.. Our Ham Economist wilt call at I
t WHERE DOES IT ALL GO ? your home to glv you many helpful Mm* on your raw Work Saver. w. will then
mall your retaliation allowance check. s.. your Appliance Dealer this Month end
Llv. Boner, Eltctrkally!
General Telephone employeesare
paid nearly $2,000.000.00. month. This income adds economic 1:1:: (Off.. |*W In any eves ...... ky ski a
."L ....... ......
to 150 I:] Wale UMHiM. City f .M.I a
liability separate communities and towns in aix-county GENERALTELEPHOHE m......
area. n In just one year, phone company employees earn more a
than 2200000000. A great portion of this money is spent in the 1:1: DEPARTMENT OFElectric a

local area in local stores. For everything from bread to beds.from 0 11 pEl
& Water Utilities,
can to cigars. D As community citizens General Telephone employees -

make a sound contribution to the financial welfare of their Alnerka'tlrpstlMtptndntT.ltphontSllttt'l CITY OF LAKELAND mlltCt01CJrr.


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Tuesday, March III, 1184 7

, 'Originality Pays Off For Citrus Tea Contest Winners ,I Religious LAKELAND Groups'LEDGER,I

I Meeting Calendar


fr a, aI .a.ArH".>"tToue,orlll 1I"d.KIILS. aunt SCHOOL.1.....iisi>t
tt II"'
I I rM fy COMMUNITY .'.>. "". ? 30
I Y20 ." :::::"01 Mr. Hlille Mlii.r,

I e WssnmwsT.e Peua.YTaeae
l r. Hor {rout ToP 705 m.etd M .
D m at .bur.b.
1 S17 + Itb/' l.
t'i MI IICLf 131J
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I COMMITT" noon Cr..i R.o. -
jv'S 4r .t

! an+WssTeN5T.a I itu.i iii. .nd rEf:: .t 1da
m in I Call.. parlor ,'.
w. tn .upper 'In .orl.l h.11
'i. 5 m H.Obt Irwin cuuw a :: ,
R LUTMIRAN, Lmtta mldirrvlrl .
h .,-, 7 .1ups.. MDIor ..holerheu..l
+ I 30 v mnott

k '. ..miowihlD CHRiiTIAN 1 p m. (or CbrlitlMNrr. du>n.riDMtlni
Prncrim WI0 bs Mni>l dl
: ck Dillon, w ;
oua.lo. mm J >iiarC.rwr
t Jr, Vfrnon Crr.n. O. II. MilMa -
1 k .id Id Ln> nrUclPltluFAITH :
a LUTHiRAN Ultia M r..
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a' y7s plus >l 7 JO D mFintT .
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r Blt>l rM* MI'T'1a' ., In r':l :ri1
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b form p. .Irh u '
pro,lcl.d. P 3 ISRm !
it -Thaitrough '''.. ......
kTOP choir roKounl H tit'.if.
.:Nbaurr1l :
U AN. bind
m'"t A Wynn Howill
3004 Cia.* Drip> I 30 p m ',
.g\t.::\ I inlormiuon lirtur;* nrlii ,lVrW
H.II >t 730 Dm.PsisAY .

LEAFY HAT CHOSEN-Citrus leaves, blossoms and peel
ARRANGEMENT-Mrs. Ira English If pictured with CANDY RECIPE WINS-Orange Pecan Candy a recipe submitted by Mrs. T. L. Hodson, were used by Mrs. W. M. Springfield when she decorated this DIIUSUND.TIIT, ".n"

her arrangement of citrus fruits and flowers which took the left, was judged the best In the recipe contest conducted at the annual citrus tea. Mrs. A. J. hat which was judged best in the hat competition at the citrus 14CHrll'ilT' IUTHIRAN Lost,. on

trl-color ribbon, top award In the artistic arrangements con Barr-Brown chairman of the recipe contest Is pictured presenting the tricolor ribbon and tea. The straw hat is covered In carefully overlapped leaves ] 30..p ;>i'pall.YTaIAN.V Norm LakN.adaIte .

test held In conjunction with the annual citrus tea at the grand prize to Mrs. Hodson whose winning recipe Is boxed for easy clipping elsewhere on banded with a garland of blossoms and topped with petals of 'ouM commu5l. .n8 1.,. iuntor

Magnolia Building, Civic Center. The arrangement features this page. Mrs. Hodson won four ribbons In the recipe contest. The citrus tea Is sponsored citrus peel. (Ledger Photos by Hughes) Il. s.n ono wwi else to N d,11Th.on h1.p.ludnt. .

Florida driftwood and citrus, with calendulas and snapdragonl.I annually hv the...- Coordinating Council_. n... of.. Women's-- .n .,_ Organization 'for_0 winter_ on., visitor to n _Lake.kd' _no. -- __ opus : ;.M.rh 7Rr ___ _..

Winter Haven Social News OES Officers supper For a serve quick pan Southern.fried.pork style NEED ti N w1

I ,chops with rice and black-
To Be HonoredAt
eyed The SOME
Mich. and Mrs. Guen- peas. peas are *
Mrs. Howard Blackwell of feld of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Hodson Shares A Dinner available In cans ,

Cape Cod Mass., are the Fair HELP
XOWI Wonderful relief from 1 'W. ,
house guests of their cousins, -
Miss Marlon Jacobs of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown, '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Curnett, Charlottesvllle Va, has ar Grand Prize worthy matron and worthy Mite inmthlal
at their Golf View Circle rived to spend the week of Recipe patron, and other officers of on your ;",

residence.Mr. the Florida Citrus Expositionwith Lakeland chapter 26, Order ASTHMAattacki
and Mrs. H. B. Snlvely. her cousin Miss Jane of the Eastern Star, will be
ribbon the
1. Hodson
Mrs. W. W. Giddings and Miss Mrs. T. won the top
honored at
a banquet Tuesday,
Breck. award In the contest held In conjunction with the
Ruth Snlvely all of Winter paroxysmsKid.
March 17. 6
at at the
Haven, are expected to arrive Mrs. Virginia Rhodes of annual citrus tea, with her recipe for an unusual sweet Masonic p.m. _.,lIIbl. formgii tonpouM. bynwlnlory INCOME TAXI
Temple dining room.A
NC Mrs B. A. fcxculltt ludirini ,
Charlotte nuiflf
here for the
from Houston. Tex., this called "Orange Pecans. It Is printed con St. Patrick's Day theme wtmll fc wotMttd krutmni rlllwttfI.
N C.
Garrison of Gastonia, .
ftit Sntrini
week. Mr. Snively underwent Mrs. Rich Finley of North Wit- venience of recipe clippers. will be used In decorating. iMif.lutlni. HIIII" .UKII.....,Ir..mN.d..u..... M
surgery at the Methodist Hospital harmful trull, Hi plla. No pistil' pop)* dol And
ORANGE PECANS Mrs. Frederick Tyler is In
N. C. Mrs. Worth tviliibi. .
kesboro MMIi I litjMtioni without in.criptiM.
in Houston.Mr. rind charge of tickets. Reservations Ait 'it tor Or. link It lost the pilot
Plyler of Monroe N. C., and 2 cups sugar /{ tip. grated orange nor diuu
and Mrs. Richard Van are to be made with her eiiIN's" tram Momtii! AiUimitia CiCMittii I to are 'Itl Vtur U. Itfllurtd $
Mr. Mrs. William Allison of States- H cup orange juice H cup chopped pecans Cmpowd.REBUILD .
Gundy are expecting
Gundy's sister, Mrs. Wayne ville, N. C., are leaving to return Boll syrup made of orange Juice and sugar to soft by telephone, 6820278. tukklyt coturtrtyi -

Underhill of Sudbury, Mass. to their respective homes ball atage. Turn out onto platter until lukewarm. Then end .) nwiKtto rim 5

Mrs. Underhill will visit for following a visit In Winter beat until mixture loses gloss and turns a creamy white. _.. Why not ix rid

several days at the Gundy ,Haven with Mr. and Mrs. T. Add grated orange peel and chopped pecans. Mix well r MATTRESS eO coup to. worries ...

residence on Hillcrest Drive. V. Snively.Mr.. and. Mrs. W. C. Gray kneading mixture like dough, Shape Into rolls about the ..,t ... ytur ....... UP
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hallmanand diameter of a quarter and slice Into bite-size pieces. ......
Mr. and tffiwi
children have moved to have aa house guests Store In tightly covered container.. Makes about 1 dozen ., Wl CAN MMAKtYOUR OLD MAT.
Mrs. Arthur Calvert of Cull- TMSS TO II AS GOOD AS NIW
Winter Haven front their former !I\ GUAUNTIIW.
home In Pittsburgh. man Ga. pieces. AT A FRACTION Of THI ORIGINAL iii ......,._.....,. ,..,.,.".. N=..." too re t,'.. NS.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Me- + PlICL ..... .., arr., ....t .... p5i1 any .n.l" .. lot"..h
Pre.dentMiss { Nabb and Mrs. Pinky Mo- .. will pay h. ,...1.,. e, 1.,....,.
Patricia Cooper has Nabb all of Batavia. N.Y. W. S.II Fee,. R.fcber. .ddlnf ly
been elected president of have arrived for a six-week ridlSTONI end WYNN liST ....-
Alpha Rho chapter of Zeta winter vacation In the area. k lies mid In far ewe fecrory.
HI.3 c! i c E o.
Tau Alpha sorority at Syracuse I CURRIE'S '.N.I. a, M.tASY TERMS ,
University In New York. 718 W. Lemon St.
Miss Cooper a junior la the T.Lph.M MU -47U HOME PORTRAITS WYNN MATTRESS N.ll.n.. UrtMt TM O... .. SOl Offlm A.... th. U S.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lutheran Rally MOVING wilt M .pa.W M YN..t byMm loa WilT WALNUT ST
Local **4 Lese Diseases Ciw 1. Ph. tw ..........11...
K.Miss Cooper.Jane Gould has been Slated SundayIn I We Give Jtt .Grm. SMmpOn N Appolnase,, MY ....... 1427 New Auoumdola Hwy. MU 3-4932 W..UOH 0 A.M. t. P M., S.r. end Sun. '-J. Ph. .I -I95I
L* *l M M Only
elected vice president of Epsilon ---- ------- Puns Paesise .No .OINT".NT "NnlsssasC _
Winter HavenWINTER ,, .. .-.. :.. ... -
Epsilon chapter of Kappa r'U u"u. "$t: : ; :]; ] 11 :] I ; J iT--.o : ; : : ] !:: J : ; .tI"1--' "" ''''' 'f
Kappa Gamma sorority at :
Emory University in Georgia.Mr. HAVEN-"Brlng. : ,.
and Mrs. Earl Hutchins Ing Christ to the Nations- : t

are residing on Avenue H., rally will be held Sunday at I ONLY ONCE THIS ENTIRE YEAR
Grace Lutheran Church. Sponsored ,
SW, after moving to Winter ,
Haven from their former by the Lutheran Lay

home In Houston, Tex. men's League of The Luth-

Chicago residents, Mr. and eran Church.Missouri Synod, 1 .
t tI
the rally will encompass the : n.S
Mrs. C. E. Walpole, have arrived -
for a six weeks' visit Florida Georgia District of the

In the Winter Haven area. Synod numbering approximately
132 congregations. I Ii
Visitors A Lakeland choir will par I

Mr. and Mrs. John Nolan of ticipate. At 4 p.m.. members 't

Upper Mainline Pa, have of St. Paul Lutheran Church, ,
spent the past two months In the R. A. Hmgst, pastor will
the area and will continue make up part of the 31111( -voice I II

their stay for another month. mass choir taking part In the i > .J

Recently Mr. Nolan received rally.
his 3S year membership pin Dr. Oswald Hoffmann who !
from his hometown Kiwanis delivers sermons on the International I

Club In Pennsylvania.Mrs. Lutheran Hour
H. S. Phillips has as a broadcasts will speak.Newcomers .
guest her sister, Mrs. Verbie i DURING OUR ANNUAL) SALE I

Schupp, and her brother and

sister-in-law. Mr, and Mrs. Club tt.i:
Norwood Griffin all of Balti-
more. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Past PresidentsTo ,
Schupp have the same birth

date and celebrate the event Be Honored

together each year. These are famous world reknown stockings styled with the fashion flair of Paris t
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Thorns-
Members of the Newcomers
son are new residents to the
Club will meet Friday at 1 .
area. The couple formerly I
lived In Atlanta. p m. at the Woman's Club. All STYLE DESCRIPTION REG. SALE 6 (

Mrs. Alexander Warren Jr past presidents will be hon -i / PRICE: PRICE: PAIRS ...: :

Is entertaining her sister. Mrs.J. ored.Mrs.. William Bickford is 't MG Ultra sheer, with seams; . 2.50 -2001200SN h.', : '.
K. Hathaway of Norfolk ', .
of the refreshment ;
chairman :
Va, for a few days. assisted by Mrs. 2 FF A most exquisite sheer, .J
Mrs. L. Beckwith her Golf II View entertaining Melva B. Smith, Mrs. Roscoe with seams . . 2.00 1.65 9.90 f:j<

Circle home Dr. and Mrs. McClaln. Mrs. Val Schmidt Mrs. D. Seamless, deml-toe sheer . 1.65 1.35 8.10 ,: J
Mrs. Mary Mahoney.
B. Covert of Lansing
H. DuMond, Mrs Leo Emery I
Mrs. H. A. Chapman, Mrs. \ r

Miss ThompsonIs H. W. Stewart and Mrs. J. P. ATeIl.ble In Hit lo...ll..t MeW hinblf' >h'
McMillan.It /J I ,
Engaged To will be announced that no
meeting will be held on March -..... aeveng.PVa-i1Va + M eVa'11Vs ,;

Mr. Hazel ton 27, because it Is Good Friday. tr / n

LAKE WALES-Mrs. DonIR. 231 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland / 106 Reynolds St. In Plant City" I
Thompson of Lake Wales TO STORE NEAREST YOU i !
and C. B. Thompson of Titus- Miss MeeksIs j' I II

vllle have announced the engagement Bride Of ".... I.ltl a.. f". f."..,." I
of their daughter.

DonI Hazelton Dawn to of Larry Mr. and Wayne Mrs. Mr. Camp ttv"" color to wear with pole sir.t lag- ..type+ FOR PERFECT FIT AND COMFORT Y I jf.ed

Ralph Hazelton son of Bradenton. is ..... p. ...on"..,,..,.,,Nit

Miss Thompson a native of Miss Edna Fay Meeks became CHOOSE YOUR EXACT LEG LENGTH
Columbus, Ohio Is a 1983 the bride of Herbert
graduate of Lake Wales High Willard Camp Saturday night 2
School, where she was a at Meadowlawn Baptist 2t I IChage CAoon- -) If IOU',. tiny-In loot if"j 8 V to fO /s
member of the chorus and a Church Combee Road.

featured soloist. The bride U the daughterof Check C.O.D. + Choose m Zf=)tt 10V',. overageh loot sttei 8 / fo H /*
The prospective bridegroomwas Mr. and Mrs. Jeter of Belle C II-

a 19(3 born graduate in Michigan.of Southeast He la Glade.groom Parents are Mr.of and the bride-Mrs. Name .... .. ..... ...... .. ... .. .. ... ..... .-. CAoo +ja..tL T+J if IOU',. 'on-III foot tint 9'/. to n% '

Everett Camp, 2609 Sunshine +
High School, Bradenton.The MGes. .. ...... ... .. .... .. .. .... ...{ ..
wedding will take place

June I at 7:30 p.m. at Bradenton reception. followed at the City .o. . . . . . . ... ...... .. I '
Kingdom HalL The'cere Camp home.Mr. l 1.o .. lbe 'ollar !
mony will be performed by and Mrs Camp are re- ---.................................-
the bridegroom-elect's father. aiding at US N. Late Ave. W:1 JI HIJ''n] 11'1 : : : :: :::!Im_ .

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I LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, March 10. 1884 ,

Why. $how ObL? .
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I Set Definite Shampoo

Schedule And Keep. It

By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN you can help It Practically!
Mont women devote more all hair has some beauty, butIt
;) thought and time-and conversation may take a shampoo to high
f -to the appearance of light It. If your hair Is very .a
I their lair than to almost any dirty or oily you wl1n\ Easter perfection y
other aspect of beauty. When two or maybe even three (
ihe\ get together a 'summit" sudsings Rinse carefully.
conference often follows Even When the hair squeaks you 0 e. our pure silk
reducing sometimes takes sec will know that there I Is no t.
nnd place in conversation to soap left on It. cardigan suit
hair problems and fashions Take Yaur Choice /
This is understandable since As for the method of shampooing .
beautiful hair has long been you adopt take your 17.98
one of woman's most prized choice the basin, tub or \h
possessions and one which i I. shower. The soap will do its es
admired by the opposite sex work In any case. However, .
The Easter suit silken luxury \ iQ
This being true it is strange your comfort and convenient -
that so many women fail to are factors to be considered. at a realistic little price! j/ '. S
give their topknot proper care The shower shampoo has defi '4
for its greatest health and nits advantages. It is easy to Its elegance' assures you of a

sheen work up lots of thick lather 7 fashion look at time! Clas
There Is still a lot of con and to do a thorough Job of a sr
fusion as to how often a rinsing under the shower's sic cardigan jacket and slim Q V
shampoo Is in order. The nonstop flow.Whatever ; Q
answer is simple-whenever procedure you /' skirt by Sportsville Casuals. :p ,
the hair shows that it needs choose, be sure to cleanse your '.
both fully lined. So for i'e
right -
washing Medical authoritiesand scalp as well It your hair. _
I beauticians are In agree Massage the lather la well i 9 every smart season of the year! I
ment on this point. If your with the pads of your fingers ,
hair is excessively oily, a You can also part your hairIn Pink, blue, beige, black or s,.
shampoo every day is not too one inch sections all over .. f ,
much, although this Is seldom your head and scrub your green; 1018. Q

t necessary scalp with a small sponge .
locks become lanky when Indoor life during winter .t
they are weighted down with time has Its hazards Steam Mau' Suits !
an oily film This attracts heat can cause scalp problems 4h
and holds the dust and dirt In and wearing hats most /7' r
the air. Washing with a warm of the time deprives our hair !
lather removes the oily dirt of usual ventilation and sunlight t Rc1
and restores the spring and ,
luster to the hair If you have noticed that
'l Normal to dry hair responds your hair Is getting thin and i4 r. t7 .
well to a once,a,week are worried about it, my new
shampoo schedule. Dally i I booklet "Is Your Hair Thinning ? '
brushing helps keep the hair ?" will help you. If you '
free from dust between sham. would like to have It, send IS : 4I'
prove stimulates circulationand cents and a stamped, "..f-ad. .
adds I healthy shine to dressed envelope with your ,,
\jF the natural color of the request for it to Josephine
tresses If your hair is extremely Lowman in care of The Ledger
dry perhaps a sham. .
poo every 10 or 12 days will Tomorrow: "Neglected
be best Dandruff Can Lead To Loss
The important thing Is to Of Hair."
have a shampoo schedule and (Released by The Register
r tick to it Don't miss one If and Tribune Syndicate, 1964.)



J j So Jo 1'lulinrJ

TODAY r Well 510 1.,1.. nrh'e
UKIUND asiDes CLlla. 775a JUNIOR' WOMANS CLU. I 5i" .
iluo ou'f' Liki Morion Dim 8pol
L.V S LAND tight i'on cMklnf. Unction ol old inOr :
CUIB 7 Pili. .MJIirilw. Rraliu alTHLIHIM a"o'NI' .. OODIII
tan. mrDI.; lficM NS" i t"u WHIT trlBINI OP JIRU1A
(> IS .
It* .
II p Mn.cinlc' THI nil ol
JO p m 11 file Cadet /I..uron'' fluri ,. tioo"'I ,
it Litrliild In.lHul.'
on L.k. Wi.. ..Blw,0 b, L.kf PULL51. junior.'den rlub iro".'. ,
land ininur. Sl b ssl/TTN/aN {ecru'aria.N Jont mtvtlnf .l 3 JO pin it 0.,.
ton. den Center 51101,05: II.. dIMipi,
j' lltTIHt IAKILAND n0l Over 1 I Inhq In d1YnMr. to
.., .. \
/ 4t. but'MM meal l"Ills ilm I make dl.h d.
RIDat man STAMP Curia, Tairlit IOn".,'.d dwi-1* .. )
m..Un. at 110m.
I'A'I .. 110, /. civic bi emrlit of MM- .ww". DoI1nll. 110] ...."- .
I' ",.,Build. "".ni...IOCI 10 CenMt ,wlnMr"..... .'
OAU C.IINlcal. M.'llMNI V s0.s. .
N | II NUIontl Stand I. ,
UH Imu.inci Com..... Sum a.
AMIDMCSDHY College ChoirTo

I, UKILA.I we klk.Cl.lh 155,51 II IJI5 CLU.. m.. meetsat Present A the prettiestlook J
LAX.LANO ANT CLUI. .d i ...Int.In.
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Hill\ lit* and Bon '" elui ftl M. nlIn ;
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Beta Sigma Phi 7:30 Church.: o'clock at First Baptist \ : _. i

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St. Tuesday, March 10, JIU I
Jr. Sorosis Club To Joseph's LAKELAND LEDGER.

Mothers' Meets Mrs. Roland Alderman Mn
Fete Past Presidents
Charles Owen and Mn. Andrew
Tonight Williams.

ed Past president of the Junior charge of the program and the St. Joseph's School Moth-
Soroeii Club will be hon- refreshment
era' Club will meet tonight at
tJ ored at the clubs: meeting A highlight of the activitieswill 8 o'clock with open house heldin Pink Leads
tonight at S o'clock at the be a display by membersof
the classrooms before the
clubhouse on Lake Morton. their creative hobbies Color ParadeFor
Mrs Richard Conibear li in meeting A film "Financial
Election of officers for the '
coming year will take place Training of the Young," sponsored Spring 64A

Jt1 t ,7 YM17 Junior Woman'sClub during the business meeting. by Polk Federal Savings review of the new colon for
1 Committee reports will be and Loan. Association, will be Spring shows that pink Is the
l Meeting given by Mrs Dewey Nor- shown leader, followed closely by lilac
man, ways and means, and Mrs Brice LaLonde and and mint. Fashion expert predict
___ Slated TonightWINTER Mrs Paul Reynolds, community pink trimmed with white
Mrs Mayo Fenchel will leada
as the pacesetter for Spring
discussion about the film
HAVEN The Two events for prospective CUberg, The House of 1000
Junior Woman's Club of Win members, a coke party and a Mrs Emil Powella, president Fabrics I II showing their new
ter Haven will meet tonight tea, will be discussed by Mrs. has announced that Spring fabrics in color tables
Robert Postle and Mrs Joe changes In the club: constitu- In order that customers can
at 8 o'clock at the Women'i Nutter. The club will vote on tion will be voted on and select any type of fabric la the
Club building, Pope Avenue new members at the April nominating committee will be color of her choice. See the
and Lake Howard Drive. meeting chosen displays at your local Gllbsrg
New officer for the ensuing Mrs J. 0 Springer will out Second grade room mothers store at 10< I. Me''ln AtV.
year will be elected during line plans for the annual Easter will serve as hostesses

the business session conducted egg hunt for members' ",They=are Mrs Ralph_ I :I'I'c -
by Mn W Scott Harper children, to be held Saturday,
III. Mrs James R. Hardy March 21, at the home of Mrs
will be in charge of the election Louis Nichols.

Assisting Mrs. Conibear with
Plans will be completed for refreshments will be Mrs Don
the Informal soc'al:! Saturday Abel, Mrs Reynolds, Mrs fREE !
morning at the home of the John Waddell and Mrs. Springer
president, Mrs Harper Mrs .
Terry English will be In A board meeting, conductedby
r, Sry charge of the arrangements Mrs James Young, president
for the event honoring pros will be held at 7:30.
pective club: members TRIP NASSAU
Mn Roy Burchett will give PLUS
the devotional Hospitality CADILLAC LIMOUSINES
hostess will be Mrs Carl 'OsSightseeing
/ Teens
Two transfer members will
be welcomed, Mrs. Marvin 10K TOWER

I APPEARING ON TV THIS WEEK-Maxine Reeves, left Winter Haven as guest of the Florida Citrus Commission, Brooks from the Sebrlng Junior CYPRESS GARDENS THE DOWNTOWN

head model from Queen for a Day and the only one of Jack during the 40th annual Florida Citrus Exposition Models Woman's Club and Mrs. cn

Bailey's models to come to Winter Haven is shown giving from left an Joan Sander, Karol Kelly, Nancy Scott Nancy Lannla;Christy from ,the member Bradenton transferring YELLOW CAB, MU 2.2122 MYSTERY
Instructions to the five Winter Haven models she chose after Osborn and Patty Westphal. Junior Club. I SHOPPERI
auditions to be on the show on its week-lone broadcast from ,- -.. I

Five Havenites

lfio i k if

Turn TV ModelsWINTER

HAVEN Thereare Is a sales estimator but better
pretty and talented girlsIn known as a champlonshop water
Winter Haven as was skier Nancy's mother,
proved by the five Havenites Mn Lois Legant, Is a teacher
chosen to model on Jack Bai- at Lake Shipp Elementary
ley's ABC TV Queen For A School. Eight months ago baby
Day, originating from Winter Mark arrived on the scene.
Haven's Nora Mayo Auditorium Now Nancy considers modelIng .
this week. Thirty-seven a hobby Her caner Is
semi-finalists I auditioned for Mark. "My whole life Is built
head model, Maxine Reeves. around my eight.month-old-
Five were selected. baby. I love being a mother,"

They are Joan Sander, Kar lays shePatty y :
ol Kelly, Nancy Scott, Nancy Westphal grew up In rigj+ tdav iftts4twlrwNlYiSN; +n1' illf
Osborn and Patty Westphal Townville, Pa., but moved ( rrYllalfwfaatgl.esl ; r
Joan Sander grew up In with her parents, Mr and Mra. n-sty a0-IcO I i'1>wwdeit $'e dNtltsr /
Winter Haven and was graduated Charles Burgoon, to Akron, ''tray r M w ,.q/.wrsNra t' +,

from high school there Ohio where she graduated \
From her early teens she has from high school Immediate p
been Interested in modeling. ly afterward she went to work.
Intermittently, she worked in for WAND in Canton, Ohio
Miami and Winter Haven and WADC in Akron. When
Now divorced, she Is a resi- she was not at the radio stations S'J Jf ta !
dent of Denver. Joan was in she could be found atone ;:& r'i
Winter Haven visiting her ill of the little theaters, .et ,,
father, M. M. Brown, when where she was studying to be- ., .
she learned that auditions come an actress She went to '
were being held for Queen For Rollins College in Winter Park ; : t4\
A Day. Her career is her six- three yean The turning pointof p"
year- ld daughter, Carl Ann. her life came In 19S2 She
Her favorite hobby is skiing was the Florida Citrus Queen
but bridge Is a close second an aquamald at Cypress Gardens
and married Erie West-
Karol Kelly was born in ,
phal They now live In Winter
Wheeling W. Va, and
Haven and Eric is a furniture
Toledo, Ohio, as a
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs manufacturer's representative vV LF i -r arh ,
Then are four children-Victoria P
Paul Lasobik of 3133 Wynd-
after her -8, Melissa-7, Jennifer wC
hunt. Immediately
graduation from Devllbiss 4% and Davld-3 Patty and
Eric have finished remodeling
High School she decided that Just
house. It
a 45-year-old
the life of a model must be an
exciting one and started out took one year. The job was
made easier because Patty
to prove she had what it takes.
hobbies are painting and sew-
She was Miss Teenage Toledo, :
Ohio Model. of the Year and Int
Miss Florida National Guard. Queen For A Day Is In Win
Six month ago she moved to ter Haven for a week.long appearance -
ZephyrhillsKarol as guest of the Florida
's life Is a busy one. She Citrus Commission saluting
Is an announcer at WPAS and the 40th annual Florida Cit-
a student at Ohio State, and rus Exposition. During this
she is aware that she will haveto week the show will be broadcast Ii
burn midnight oil to keep live In the central Florida S.
up with her studies while she area (J:KM p.m.) and will be e
does her tint big modeling released for full ABC TV net- 'L S S'r
Job. Her hobbies of singing and work a week later. :
dancing will be forgotten for ar r r >r uy S

the time being
Nancy Scott was born in KindergartenRegistrations
Kansas City but moved to Win-
ter Haven as a small child
with her parents, Mr. and Mra.
Leigh Wakefield. She was Being AcceptedCrystal li
graduated from Winter Haven "y M1I'f A '
School and later attended Lake Kindergartenwill @ C I ,
High nat v y "S' rr sf
the University of Florida. have registration for the

It was during her college days fall school term tomorrow and

that she decided to become a Thursday from 1:30: to 10 a mat .
career girl She has titles to
the school cafetorlum 1 '(?
the talent.
prove that she has ,
Nancy was Orange Bowl Tomorrow morning Is reserved (, &
Queen Misi Florida was In for students who have 's wY", N, 't .}wd
the top five in the Miss USA pn-ngistertd with Mn Bill '

and Miss Universe contests Housefield Then are a few

She has worked at CypressGardena openings left, and other stu-
on the Perry Como
show and Jack Llnkletters dents are to register on Thursday

"On The Ga." She is a wife .
and mother. She moved to There are morning and

Jacksonville with her husband, afternoon classes at the kindergarten .

Thomas, estimator and designer Mn Betty Call fi,
for the Crystal Glass Com ''f gd f } l/4r. A M it.ra
pany and her two-year-old teaches both sessions r ,4 S' a M" py1 rulWosftsr..t..lwta iiM<..

I daughter Leigh. Her hobbles I i10tt4 fra

are water sports, piano, paintIng BiAlItLUKElAND
and dnwlng It sounds

"arty" but Isn't, says Nancy. ,
rail btsm, ; '
9 t
I Nancy Osborn was born in GENERAL
Chicago but grew up In Lake HOSPITAL

Hamilton, which she calls Mr. and Mn Rayburn E. f .k44 ;: i$ i4.x
I bom. She was graduated from H i n d r I x. Plant City son ,r : { ?ts6''l' r ; i..r rrrMtrk NvrMr! n 'AR W i 1 1y. 1z t

1 flames City High School and March 6. k iN ,Ril.j .k '.'t 4eii
J immediately after graduation Mr and Mn Donald W.
( enrolled at Florida Southern Lockwood, Lincoln Court son. ', .
I College In Lakeland. During March 6. C 49'te
I her school yean Nancy had '
Mr. and Mn William K.
I had a taste of modeling
I water skiing, having worked Moran, Lake Wales, son. q 71t P,
March t. d4
I at Cypress Gardens for six ics,
I yean She moved to Miami forla Mr. and Mrs. Irvin P. Bry.
year working as a model ant, Auburndale, son, March
r I.
land,doing television commer- I 55j?'
cials. Two yean ago she mar- Mr. and Mn John W Bord- .
tried Mike Osborn and movedto ers Jr. Bradley, daughter, '

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.1 Five LAKELAND Methodist LEDGER Tuesday, Groups March It, 1964 [ Nine Coeds Seeking- 'Miss Southern Of 1964' Title'l

I l Florida Southern College Following a secret poll of the and Madeline Hap 'Om of PIe'- by a court of 49 oft* coeds and and choir, a girls' chorus by the Lakeland Concert As-'

Plan Meetings At CollegeFive coeds are seeking the coveted student body, the winner will be son, Alpha Delta PL their Mcoru. dancers from the Vagabond soclatfon'i program the Jose
title of Miss Southern of 1964." I Ballet
crowned at a gala coronation at From out of state are Joyce Chancellor T. Participate Players and Ray Dudley, concert Molina Spanish
Methodist from Forty-five ministers and .
groups 7rrEttla.r- 5:30 p.m. Friday in the new Lehman Charlotte, N. c., Alpha plantet and a member of
men, comprising Florida, Meth- Crowning the new .campus
throughout the state have scheduled ATLAS EXPLODES
meetings here this weekas odism's delegates to upcoming iranscomb Auditorium. The Gamma Delta; Gall Grange, An- queen will be Dr. Charles T.: the faculty. The music will Include AP
N.'M. ( ) Afire
conferences of TodayIn is a feature of the col-! Delta selections from two Broad- HOSTOU
sidelights of Florida South- quadrennial the ceremony nandale Va., Kappa ; Sallie Thrift Jr, president of Florida
ern College's annual Founders' church, are scheduled to meetat ege's traditional F 0 U D dl r.' Batson, Greenville, S. C., way hit shows "Muslc Man" and explosion during a
Southern and MIlburn P. Alter.
2 Friday at the college. exercise Monday destroyed
Week observance. p.m. Week observance. The publicis Delta Zeta; Kelly Anderson and "My Fair Lady"The training
Sixteen members are delegates editor of the Chicago Sun.Tlmes,1
Bishop James W Henley. the International Meth- invited. Glenvtew. Ill, Sigma Sigma Sigma coronation Is being held en Atlas Intercontinental
Tackaonvllle and his cabinetof odist General Conference, the History The candidates were nominated ; and Joan Golliday Sykes- this year's honorary chancellor earlier than usual this year be missile and its $11-million silo
11 district superintendentswill church top legislative and by their sororities( or other vllle, Md., senate of the Wom- of the college cause Branscomb Auditorium 33 miles northeast of Roswell.
be In session today through By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS organizations en'. Student Government Assoclation. Marc Bazlliart, a senior from hurt.
which campus
policy-making body I will be used at 8:30 pm. Friday No one was
Thursday at First Methodist meets every four years to open I Today Is Tuesday March Florldlans Included West Hartford, Conn, will serveas '" "
Church. April 28 in Pittsburgh They 10th, the 70th day of 1964 The Identity of "Miss South master or ceremonies during .
Members of the program com- and the rest of the group, Including There are 298 days left In the Floridians In the group are ern" will not be divulged until "musical salute" to Miss
mittee of the Florida Methodist reserves, are delegate year. Marilyn Mitchell, Auburndale, Friday's coronation when the a
Conference were to have met to the regional Southeastern Today's highlight In history: I Phi Mu; Ann Alexander Coral,campus favorite Is seated on Southern.
this morning at a breakfast Jurisdictional Conference to be On this date In 1628, phyilcisMarcello Gablel. Southernettes; S U Ian,her throne. In; addition to the Taking part In the program
session at College Heights held July S-12 at Lake Junaluska Malplghl I was born In I Eddy, Naples,Alpha Chi Omega; runners.up, she will be attendedMISS will be the c Jlege'.concert band fREEI
Church to finalize plans for the N.C. Italy. He was the founder
122nd annual sessions to be held The Florida Conference Planning microscopic anatomy and :; irIINr
June 3.7. The Rev. John J. Commission Is due to meetat first to prove the existence of
Rooks, Lakeland district super 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Meth- capillary circulation.
intendent is chairman. odist Building 800 Palmetto St lIll
Delegates Te Meet The commission Is composed of On this date TRIP NASSAU
representatives of all conference In 1789, Thomas Jeffersonwas TO PLUS
The Florida Commission on
boards and agencies U.S. minister
amxiinted to
and Methodist
Public Relations
Information-will hold its annual England to replace Benjamin 250 WARDROBE
Okello Makes Franklin.In .
meeting at 12:30: p.m. Thursday
1864, Ulysses S. Grant was
at Florida Southern College.
Harris G. Sims Is chairman. Quick made commander.In-chief of
I TripDAR the Union in the be-
---- Army war SEE THE DOWNTOWN
tween the states
Now Many Wear I ES SALAAM Tanganyika In 1906 the Carnegie Foun-
(AP-Self styled Field MYSTERY SHOPPER
FALSE TEETH Marshal Jon Okello of Zanzibar dation for the Advancement of '

I new to the island Monday and Teaching was Incorporated.
With More Comfort returned a few hours later with In 1941, France ceded Indo-
China: to Thailand. iwpP
FASTCTTH a vlwunt OJkoJIneaonMid President Abeid Karume. tI
( ) powder bad, HUM_lob I In ]952, former President Ba- K llest: .
This seemed to of
dispose a seemspeople
mart firmly To M(ena talk In more '
tista Carlos
ousted President
"" nfort. Sure eprin lo a mtlo PAtIo report last week by InformantsIn !:
TIIBTH on fOUl pl."... No Prio Socarras of Cuba In a L I
0f. puny .to or.UDII. Cheokaplot. neighboring Kenya that Ka-
odpr' denture btbl. 0.5rABTrSTH rume had barred him from returning -coup d'etat In which two guards drink -
lb $07 drug .ousts. were killed and one wounded. k
to Zanzibar.. ; ..
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years ago-President Eisenhower l
pledged not to involve
the United States In war with-
( Aft! L1MITJCOMPARE. out a declaration of war by .OLD'HICKOK
Congress.Five .
If your seta lability h to ..ul'.... Rlik Plan rely b.. years ago America's m
onto of year ... If year health' and driving record are X-I: rocket plane underwent Its
feed COMPASS whet yea hers and whet yea cm have first test over the California
merely by -... YOU OWN AUNT te get your aato policy desert.
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ASSIGNED RISK OUR POLICY One year ago-UN Secretary _

I. 110.009 lodlly lnnry| par 1. Ill.000 cevoroaocldeeti per General U Thant began a special -
percent f20.000 per a- ....,,.... applies ,. campaign to collect overdue America'i Moll Magnificent lJ "
|i,ooi Property botb lodlly ..,." and assessments for UN forcesin SOUTHERN NOMINEES Th... coodi an nomlnooi let the campvi 'title of,"Win .. ..

t Standard Damage tort PLUS s 1 Standard Property Coinage Cast NO the Congo and Middle East Florida Soutkor Coli.,. af 1964." The whimr will be elected In a went poll of tho itudont body ts light J!;! : .
MINIMUM OP 1% SUI. SURCHARwlI and crowned Friday night at e foahira of the c.n...'' 79th emmol! FwnoW Weak .DoontaMO.itarod ; 7fO ye :;:

CHAIftl. Higher Limits te 1300.- White Youth from left, art Arm. Aiaiendor.. Coral Cabin Joan Golliday, Sykowllb, Md; and Kelly :
I. sly Higher at Llmlti blab Mb-etand-available 000 avollablo at reeton- Anderson, Chnvlow, III) tending, loft t. right, are Ceil Grange, Anadale,.Va.f. Joyce lohmen, ,*;:4.*10.years mdhwj! '

runes ...tIIer sew- obis 'Senior Driver Pleads GuiltyIn Charlotte, N. C; Sallia laMon, Greenville, S. C; Madeline Hogrtrem ef Fltrton. ; and Marilyn. Mitchell, 2-- _. ">'
la M -
rats policy
:. / tame ... Avburndala.. A ninth candidate Souse Eddy af Naples. woo obient for the picture. III tots sea'snugwl fJIIllOIl sl5ap'N muf as 5186865. IlllIWU rA.: auu
4. ConTprebewlva and ColCompreben.lve Col- Shooting
IMoi available Ilsl lea avolloble at regnnotbor .
oily In
company ... .let .,....... rettt ,In BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP-A
ally at high' tab-ttaed. tame companyrd
year-old white youth has
rag I. $1000 Medical Pay
I. Medical Peynwntf n> meet lacl..... at reavallible pleaded guilty to second-degree
at any price tenable seat manslaughter In the shooting of TOTAL PERFORMANCE
t. Tewlna end Leber..- .. Towing ..d labor I.. a Negro boy during racial disorders -
avollabla It .ny price elided M SI.00 per year last fall.
Ash your agent t* get yew iMit policy from Marrlton AuuronceCenipany
wholly ...... hy fanieai Marrlioa Cafaterlat, s Plorlda Michael Lee Farley was sentenced -
Corporation writing for retired Florida. driven, npr wheal In Monday to seven monthsin i
Florida by eer egescy.EARLE Jail A companion, Larry Joe

W. DAY & CO. Sims sentence, 17,after received a week-long a similar trialin

'losllllf St. '......r', .... 11731 January. Both applied for '

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Federal Nurses' Aide Training

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Program Proposed For CountyA r n

federally financed program addition the act provides the Lakeland and Winter
under which unemployed training allowances of $27 per Haven offices of the Florida
men and women may take week for heads of families, State Employment Service.
nurse*' aide and hospital u well u transportation and The Interviews In Lakeland STOCK MARKET FLASHES
orderly training being proposed subsistence allowances for will be conducted tomorrow
for Polk County Rich- those living outside the nor and Thursday, and In Winter I
ard L. Shlrey assistant state mal commuting area for the Haven on Friday. NEW YORK (AP) Stock changed at 35% to 2,400; Pennsylvania on 1,800 share and American

manpower training coordinator training facility. The program Is a Joint responsibility market prices were mixed at Railroad, up % at 33% Tobacco was up % at 28% on

announced today. Interviews Scheduled of the Florida the opening today. on 3,000; Brunswick unchangedat 1500.
will be State Service
Persons who qualify Employment General Motors dipped % to
trained free under the Man Unemployed persons Interested and the Polk County Adult Trading was moderately active 10% on 1,500, and Alcoa unchanged 82% on a block of 3,500 shares
power Development and in taking the training Vocational School System with changes holding to at J8% on 2,500. and Ford was unchanged at
Training Act, Shirey laid. la may be Interviewed at both However an costs of the program narrow confines. Opening on a block of 2,600 56% on 4,500.Yesterday .
are paid by the federal Opening blocks Included: General ihares Crulclble Steel added % the Associated
government and none of the Electric up % at 87'/ on at 24%. 11 Press average of 60 stock advanced
costs are paid by the county. 4,800 shares; Bethlehem un- Goodyear gained % to 44%, .1 to 229.4.
Lakeland United Fund The training will be con-
ducted five hour a day five
I day a week for six weeks. BLUE CHIPS
Reaches 49 Per Cent Persons taking the course
will be trained In hospital and

Of Its $231,000 GoalThe patient care duties below WNAT DID cfVEIt'THE
those of the licensed practI- 1'ocK HUNDRED ACCE55ORIESr NEW DREGS,
cal nurse. The training will FINAI.I.Y BUCKSI'Lu NAT, PtltS9
United Fund Drive hat following amount raised cover bed-making, patient COST YOi), ACCESSORIES.PIGEotly ACCESSORIES! AND .
reached 49 per cent of the Clvitan, $1.276; Exchange feeding and like subjects.The .
S231.000 goal, according to $1,857; Junior Chamber of time and place the
C. E. Woodson executive Commerce $10,193; Kiwanis course will be conducted will
director of the United Fund. $5.484; Citrus Center Kiwanis be announced later. Unemployed CIORGITOWN SHOffl "' ... J.e..II" K..". > w.llifiwn ,
Woodson said that campaign $14,608; LIons. $4.167; Optimist persons Interested In e SIR shop In the Gort.*vii Mctimi .( W.,hln tra .i are
workers reported a total of Club $8,653: Rotary $12- receiving the free training Bees eve Jwtplii. Tit. see .t rlkt h .....1..* I* tnifle In the
$112,309 had been raised thus 654; Sertoma $1.600 and Imperial should report to the Florida 1400 btok/ .. Wlwratli Avtm.. CAP WinM....>. .
far. At a report breakfast Sertoma 6812. State Employment Service on
this morning at Morrison's the day listed.It .

Cafeteria campaign officials Eloise Man Shot was estimated that the Lake Alfred To Seek i+ *
Indicated that the drive was need for nurses' aide and JLViTC STOCKS,
lagging but that reports did orderlies In Polk County will Park Bids I
show gains over giving in last By HousewifeBARTOW be possibly 100 in the next cktJ'eA The Daily InvestorBy
year's campaign. year. The program Is endorsed
An Eloise man here by administrators LAKE ALFRED-The city sale sign to be erected on six
Need Stressed was In fair condition at Polk and head nurses of Polk council voted last night to ask lots on Buena Vista Drive QUltttlt"l .u"I1... I,
A. DOYLEQ. that
Officials have expressed the County Hospital here this mornIng County's hospitals (State Road 557). The city- noWs' (0 the certificate would be
for bid from Lake Alfred
On Feb. 11 five mailed to me Two more week
he will be listed purchased
need of 70 per cent of the goal after being shot as was owned property
break contractors for the erection of with Lake Alfred realtor and shares each of Minneapolis- have passed I still have not
the to
at this time in order that allegedly attempting :
bath house and general improvements AMERICANSTOCK received
Lake Wales Man a Honeywell Regulator and Radio the certificates. How
full goal be reached by closing into a home in Jam Phyl Village the sign wlU direct Interested
at Highland Park EXCHANGEAm can I resolve this ridiculous
I of America
Corp. common
time next Thursday near Winter Haven early today.Sheriffs parties who Inquire at city
Given Two Years for Negroes. The bids are returnable hall. Elec ................. 1% I lock, I told the broker to have problem
They added that an over deputies Identifiedhim by March 23. Barnes Eng .............. 23% I IDoraey the stock registered In the form A. "Ridiculous" Is the word.
all Increase of 12 per cent as Ennls Lee Klmbrell who For ManslaughterBARTOW The council appointed City Corp ............. 6% required by they. Your letter details many of the
was needed if the goal Is to be is commonly" known as "Booger Attorney Henry Jollay to discuss Choral Falcon Sea Dr ............ 13 gift te.minors gripes against brokerage firm

met.Two Red' A 32-year-old further plan for a profit Group Guard Chem ............. 10% I act In my name pJ which come into this column
more report meeting Deputies said Mrs. Maralyn Lake Wales man yesterday able property swap betweenthe Slates ConcertsAt Gulf Am .................. 4% as custodian for r Your story read like a comedyof
are scheduled the final one W. Myrick of 312 Hatfield Road, was sentenced to two years at city and the Polk County Gulf Sulphur ............. 6% my son, etc. I error. But it's doubtful that
next Tuesday. was at home when Klmbrell the state prison after he was School Board. The school SouthernThe Kratter ................... 9 also Instructed you see any humor in the situ
Campaign chairman Jerry legedly attempted to break Into tried In Criminal Court on a board own property adjacentto Lucky Friday........... 30 the broker tol' atlon. .
Kent said this morning that her house. Mrs. Myrick told manslaughter charge. a city-owned lot and want Candler Choraliers a I Redwing Carrier ........ 10% send the stock'certificate Your story Indicates that there

he was encouraged by the attendance the deputies that she shot Klm Robert Eugene Rhudy pleaded to acquire the city land for a singing group from Emory Unl. Stephan Co. .............. 8\% t o breakdown hal been an In procedure almost complete In that

at the report meeting brell and then called the sheriff guilty in connection with site for a proposed school for versify' Candler School of Theology Syntex ................... 77 me.The brokerage firm's "back office"where
at Morrison's Cafeteria. department. the automobile death of Rob- Negroes. The swap would Involve Atlanta, will give two I Tampa Eleo ............. 25% next day the detail work on cur'
Approximately 50 personswere Kimbrell was rushed to Win ert Franklin Draper last Oct. property owned by both concert Wednesday tomorrowat I Textron Elec. ............ 4% I received ti tomers' accounts transfer and
present more than double ter Haven Hospital where an operation 25.Rhudy panics In Twin Lakes sub Florida Southern College. OVER-THE.COUNTERMUTUAL ; confirmationslip OOYLt registration of stock etc., I*
the last staling thai
the number at report was performed then he was the driver of an division.
They will aing at 10:10: a.m FUNDS stock had been bought In handled. .
meeting. was transferred to the County auto which collided with one my
The..Chamber of Commerce and 8 in the chapel However you haven't lost any
p.m. college name. I called the broker. He
Clubs Report Total Hospital here. driven by Draper. t Affiliated Fund .......... 853
thing. Your became the
to erect ol I son
No other information wa Immediately Also In Criminal Court yesterday was given approval The choral group composed Alico ..................... 7% said this would be fixed. The owner of that stock Feb.-.
The fund's commerce and available. William Daniel For-- align on U. S. Highway 1792to ministerial students Is on iu.I, Am Express ............. 39% following day I received a corrected The corrected confirmation on slip
60 direct motorist to city hall tour throughout the
Industry division reported syth. 19-year-old Fort Meade spring Auto Merch .............. 1% confirmation III p. I you received that. So
per cent of Its goal this morning The Chicago White Sox outscored youth was sentenced to two for Informational purposes South. Chase Man Bank ......... 68% mailed the broker a check for the situation proves has really been
at the meeting.The 1959 Lot In four only. The approval was given The public Is Invited to bot the full purchase price and
the Angeles year prison on : Eckerd's Drug ........... 18% "resolved."
ten service clubs manning Dodgers, 23 to 21, yet lost the charge of entering without on a trial basis. performances. No admission will Fidelity Fund ............ 17.21 commission $1.255) that very

the division reported the World Series in six games. breaking. The councllapproved a for be charged. Fla. Gas ................. 10% day.Two Q. When I buy stock the
l, ........ weeks later the broker
' N Fla. Pub. Util .. 24% brokerage house with which I
L Fla. Steel............... 9% called me and requested pay'do business always demands
Fla. Tel. ................. 28 ment. I assured him that 1 that I pay for the stock, no later
Fla. Tile ................. 11 had sent my check. I asked than the settlement date. But.
that the stock certificate be
Founders Life ............ 7% when I tell It I* very las about
Gulf Life ................. 57% sent to me. sending the payment to me.
GLAD TIDINGSTo Incorp Invest ............ 7.48 A few day later I receivedtwo I've complained about this to
statement from the brokerage the customers' man who Dandle
Inter County Tel ft Tel .. 51%
Jackson Min Mart ........ 6% firm-on* showing that I I my account. But he lust puts
had a credit of $1,255; the other the blame on the bookkeeping
Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17
that lowed 1255. I called the
Nationwide .............. 15'/; department or the post office.
A. H. Robins ............ 42% to All say the had mystery to do wan Do you think I should change
they was
the Noble Taylor lost .............. 60 transfer my credit balance to to another brokerage house
A. You should understandthat
T.V. Eleo Fund .......... 8.09 my debit balance. My broker house
a brokerage cannot
Ga Line .... 21%
Trans Pipe
,said the mix-up would be rectified send to the from
Travelers ................ 189% and that the stock certificates you proceeds
the sale I of stock before the settlement
United Ilium ............. J9'X would be mailed to me date the fourth business
Universal Food ......... .32 "any day." day after the transaction.
Walters Jim ............. NA More days passed. I called But, If you want the money

NEW YORK: STOCKEXCHANGE : again and was informed that sent to you it should be done
although It had been credited to immediately after that.
\J) CITIZENS my account the dock had been The brokerage business Is
Latest I1a.m.Cloae In the of the
registered name supposed to be a service busi
Price brokerage house. ness. Find a broker who will
.the OF Air Reduction 57157% My broker promised that all give you the kind of service you
r + 0. Alden I ......:::::: 29% NS error would be adjusted and want.
1 Allegheny Ludlum.. 41% 41% I
QCQd@ Allied Chem ...... 84% 54% I Latest II a.m. Latest II a.m.

0 POLK Am Allied Beech Stores...::::::.141 62'62% H'/S% I Close Price Close Price

: Am Cyanamid .... 62162% Greyhound 63% 83% Seaboard Air R 47147l%
bec/ Am Home Prd .... 64% 64% Grumaa 42% 42% Sear 107 106%
Am Hospital ...... 25% 25% IBM 568 567 Shattuck 15% 15%
$1011". Am Mach ft Frdy 17% 17% Int Harvester 66'67 Sinclair Oil 45% 45%
Am Metal Prd .... 18'% 18% Socony 71% 71%
IMC 8 8
t COUNTYBeginning Am Motor ........ 16% 18% % % S. C. Eleo ft Gas 57 86%
Int Min Chem 68 65%
AM Re ft Dev .... 235NS Southern 54'5374\
Am Seating ...... 36% 38%lInt Paper 31 4 31% Sperry Rand 17 17%
Am Tobacco ...... 28% 28% 'Int Tel Tel 54% S5 Spiegel 31% 31%
Am Tel ft Tel ....139'% 138% Jones Laughlln 72% 72% Std Oil Cal 601% 60%

\ C. Ampex ............ 16% 18 Kelsey Hayes 39% NS Std Oil Ind 63% 63%
Aria Pub Ser ...... 3313314. Kimberly Clark 61% 61ft Std Oil N. J. Sl% (1%
Armco Steel..... 75 NS ,'Kerr-McGee 36% 38% 30% 30%
Atcha top ........ 28% 28%Korvette 35 35 Tenn ball Trans 20% 2011

MARCH 28th Ad Refill ........ 53% 63% Lear-Slegler 147 15 Texaco ............ 74% 7.i(
Auto Can 13% 13% Liggett ft Myera 75% 76ft Texas Gulf Sui .... 22% NS
Avon ....:::::::::: 23% 23% Litton Inds 67% 68 Tidewater ........ 37 37

Beneficial ........ 87% ;% Lone Star Gal 22% 22% Tractor Sup ........ 20% 20%
Beta Steel ........ 35 % Loral Elect 81NS Union Bag ........ NS 391/
Blaw-Knox ........ 31% 30% P. Lorrlllard 45 45 Union Oil .......... 78% NS
r THE LAKELAND LEDGER Borg-Warner ...... 46 46Y. Madison Fd 19% 19% Union Pac ........ 411'411/
Brunswick ........ 1 10% Magnavox 38% 38% Union Tank 36/ %
Burlington ........ 46'''/ 46% Marquardt 11/ 11!% United: Fin :::::::: 28% :
Burroughs ........ 24'' 24Jh Martin Marietta 19% 19% United Fruit 20320%
Cat Tractor....... 58158' %,McCrory 12% 12'-" U. S. Ind ..:::::: 9' 9%
WILL DAYS Celanese .......... 61 IIJhI McKesson 44'4.44% U.S. Rubber ...... 5i%:
Chemetron ........ 25% 25%!Merck 119% 118!%' U.S. Steel ........ 56% 5611
Che ft Ohio ...... 69};, NS I Minn. Hnwl 127% 1281,41 Upjohn ............ .85 NS
BE PER Chrysler ........... 47% 47% MMM 67% 67%' Vendo ............. 16% NS
Cln Gas ft Eleo 24% 25 I Montg Ward 36% 36% Warner-Lambert .. 26% 2674
'. Cities Ser 65% 65% Nat Biscuit 60% 60% W. Air Brake .... 32% 32%
WEEK! Coca Cola 126 124-/J!Nat Can 18% 18% Westinghouse ...... 35% 35%
PUBLISHED Colgate Pal 42% 42% Nat Dairy 88% 68% Wlnn Dixie ........ 30%. NS
Collins Rad 20 NS I Nat Fuel 33% 33% Woolworth ........ 73% 73Y8
1 Columbia Ga 28128% 47 47% Xerox: ............. 84"% S3%
Nat Gypsen %
Com Credit 40% 40% Zenith Rad 82
Con Edison 83% 83%'Nat Tea 15% NS I Occident ...::::::: 27%% ; %
THE FIRST SATURDAY EDITION Con Foods 49% NS Nla-Mohawk 50% 50%
Consumer Pwr 46% 46%'I Okla Gas ft Elec 28% NS I
Cont Can 43'1437a Outboard Marine 16% 16% People Will
WILL Cont Oil 63'4; 64 Pac Gas ft Else 31% 31%
Ctrl Data 83% 83% Pan Am Sulphur 261% 28''
Corn Pods 65% 65'X 1 Parke Davis 31% 31% Get Gifts
Crown Cork 28% 28% Penney J. C. 47% 47%
"Decade For Decision"PROGRESS Curtlis-Wrlghf 18% 18% Pepsi Cola 503501% Through Will
Den&RIORR 21 21% Pfizer 48 48'/ ;
De Soto Chem 21% 21% Phlla Else 32% 32%
EDITION Dr. Pepper S3 NS Phillip Morris 73 72/ DENVER (AP-Truman and
3 Dresser bids 26% 26% Phillip Pet 48% 48% Elizabeth Jones of Denver and
DuPont 259% 259% Phelph Dodge 66% 67!% Mike and Kathy Lhrada of New
Eastman Kodao 128'4 128 Piper Air 46% 46% Orleans La.. can expect .$50
FILLED WITH FACTS, FIGURES, THE Gamble Skgmo 33% NS Pit Plate Glass 63% 64Proctor gifts next Christmas.In .
Ga Pac 69% 56% ft Gambia 82 82!% the yean thereafter they'll
HISTORY; AND GROWTH: OF. POLK COUNTY Gen Eleo 87% 87% Pub Srv Elec 1 Gas 77 76%'get only Christmas cards from
Gen Food 11% II Pure Oil 44% 43% the late lea Simmons as specified
Gen Inst 12% 12% Raybesto Man 44% NS I in her will
CALL 686-1151 OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CARRIER ,Gn Motor 82% % Rep Steel 43'431% Mrs. Simmons who died Feb.
:Gen Tel ft Elec 32% NS R. J. Reynolds 40 39% 3, named two executor of her
Gen Time 12% NS I Reynolds Met 39% 40Rhod (3,500( estate. They are directed
Gen Tire 23% 24% Sal Trust H 6% to use the money to mall out
MAIL A COPY TO YOUR FRIENDS-25c 5 $1.-MAILED Gillette 34% 34%! R. C. Cola 49% 40% gifts and Christmas cards annually

W. R. Grace 50% 49%' Safeway Store 57% 58% to 10 friends of Mrs. Simmons
Great A ft R Tea 36% 36,1 Scott Paper 38% 38% as long ai they; live.

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Tuesday, March 10. 11414

F Bengals Prep

t 1 Y tr'yt

I : : The First '' For OpenerBy

Ledger Sports Editor
With the spring training opener on tap here Saturday with
the Minnesota Twins the Detroit Tigers continued long drills
on fundamentals and all facets of the game.
Manager Charley Dressen has divided his squad into various

units and they drill at the special diamond constructed on the
Bryant Stadium turf, behind the right field fence in the batting
' EDITIONTo cage and at home plate on the Henley Field diamond.So .
I TIGERS HEAVY HITTERS Den D.m.t.r, ctnrar, ilotad to ... o raid" aurfi.W.r' witH the far the recent spell of
i Tlgin this ,..r, will join Norm Cash, loft, and AI Kalina is .,... aipactid *. kit phi warm weather has aided the Tiger Dinner
f Be Published By The beg ball for tha Tigers this ........ The trio ... shown at H."r., FuM during their lint spring rrain- pitchers and expedited the return Ducats On SaleA
II ins workout '..1.....'. Dttroir traded litch.r Jim gunning mil catcher GUI TrI.".... to Hi* 'hi......- to full-time duty of severalof

I phia PMIlai for Damatar and pitcher Jack Hamilton, AP photo ky !raitan Srnrai). ., the ailing hurlers. limited number of 100
i LAIELAND( LEDGER Yesterday the Tigers out- tickets at fit per plate are
; scored their compatriots of available for Lakeland bine-
I Saturday March 28th Tlgerlown. 12-2 In a Unnlng ball fans for the annual Detroit
Injury Jinx Starts squad contest. Tiger barbecue.

IT'S TIME WE TOLD Wildness and timely hitting The stag dinner Thursday
paid off for 12 runs for the Tigers beginning about IJO p.m. annually
In their battle yesterdaywith honors members of the
ftw> THE WORLD ABOUT the Tlgertown farmhands, Detroit Tiger baseball club
To Hit who had defeated the Meta Sun. and Detroit officials. It Is
Big Leaguers I day afternoon In St. Petersburg. sponsored by the Lakelsnd/
iII POLK COUNTY'S ;' The Tigers Jumped on Alan Chamber of Commerce.
I Koch for a pair of runs In thee Tickets may be obtained at
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ting two first stringers out o,if San rrancisco Giants, caught I first Inning and only some the Chamber of Commerce
It easily could have been action. ,I Bob Buhl fastball on the right fuzzy baserunnlng kept the total office.
DECISION TOGO Instead of Jim the ) from being higher. Bill
Thumbday Monday Ray Hart high :: and
tiiv K thumb In the third Inning
around major league training touted youngster who's expect B rut 0 n walked and Jerry I Brown's tingle was followedby
i yv ::r amps with errant_pitches put to take over third base_for thi e left an exhibition game at Phoe Lumpt singled to center but a long homer by George
sl : pix Arli. between the Giants I was caught between first and ,
r : AHEAD I and Chicago Cubs. second. Don Demeter walked Smith. Final Tiger run came
In the seventh on a walk and
I The Injury was diagnosed as I and Willie Morion's single Brown.
a triple by
only a painful bruise but precautionary scored Bruton. Bill Roman singled
l I Tlgertown runs came in
'a f ti 1 Send Copies of The X rays were tak but Demeter was nailed the fourth on two walks and
1' f en and the thumb was wrappedin at home. Roman and Horton
Mike Christine's line double
DECADE FOR DECISION tried double steal and Roman to
: CHEVROLET Ice packs. The Giants wenton a left. Christine had another hit
""" I to win the 7-4 for their was nabbed between first
s. I :, Progress EditionT game a single, for half of the Tiger-
and second but not before
third straight Cactus Circuit vic
town safeties for the former
t f :_:M1 Your Fri.ndsik i tory. Horton bad scored. Lakeland first baseman.

sn +' t,: fro a !;:'f Let's "Brog-A-Lirtle" About Polk. SAVE UP TO Broken Thumb did Dick Don McAuliffe Wert in singled the second.and so, McAuliffe with a double and

In St. Petersburg, IU. the forced Bill Free a single and Bill Roman with
Wert was by
Y..v; +y -":;; $1500PENDARVIS New York Meta lost catcher han and Phil Regan's long fly two singles led the Bengal at.
F'4V'y' EACH Clarence (Choo Choo) Coleman to center scored McAuliffe tack.
COPY with a broken thumb on hit left easily. Another squad game Is slated
hand. Coleman was Injured in Bill Lewis, who hurled for for Friday at 12:30 p.m.
:... ENCLOSEDIN a practice game Sunday againstthe Lakeland last summer, openedthe TIGER TALK Ralph Snyderof
%Js or Bring TM Coupon To IN A Detroit Tigers but the fracture fifth for Tlgertown and be Tlgertown and assistant director
of farm clubs, said of the
was not discovered until walked In one
{ probably more
'' COLORFULWRAPPER CHEVROLET CO. He will be Indefi Tlgertown team following their
THE LAKELAND LEDGER Monday. out Inning than he did all last
win over the New York Mets'We'll :
310 No. Florida Ave. nitely. summer. Three walks and a "
P. O. BOX 408 Lakeland It wa n't a good day for legs wild pitch led to one run a beat them at any alti-
Corner of Missouri & Lime I. I' Demeter tude. "The Mets won two and
either. Two American League sacrifice 1 fly by '
Lakeland, Florida pitchers, Milt Pappas of Balti scored another and three more boat one against Mexico City
last weekend In Mexl-
e.I more and Barry Latman of Los walks a wild pitch and Infield mile-high
Enclose 25c for .
each single Angeles, 'were sidelined with out added three more. co City. The annual Tiger
copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. I sprained ankles: In the sixth a walk and Ike golf tourney will be held Thuir
day afternoon so the squad
--- -
game was moved to Friday..
When the exhibition season
I Anywhere I In' the U. S. .r C.nada Tune up now lor asmoothrunning r starts and the Tigers play out
lof town, a squad of players will

rll 'I l om enclosing $ . . 5 l remain here and workout every
engine afternoon. Later
11 on this month
Please Mail the Decade for Decision
Edition Tot games Involving the Tiger farm
An engine in tune gives ;you smooth, steady 4a teams-Syracuse and Knoxvillewill

? FOR .and better'mileage too. the be played at Henley Field.
{. power. Using most ( There will be no charge for
HAMI4w1 modem equipment, our trained experts check rand #f those contests.

set points,check the timing, generator charging f TIOI TIQIKTOWN' 1.0,1J1*M mu M* ores too-is 11 4 .a
Hod, I), CItllttflOT If ..*
; ADDRESS rate, fuel pump, battery radiator and air aw.M.. M Folk ,
1 rl
: $1 1. Et: /j).MnN < a. In.M.",
cleaner-then tighten manifold.For best performance -

b. CITY STATE and bring in for "'
. . . economy, your car a tune- _
up today. t' r? Ci Lakeland

: :: i HAMI MAILED i t ,' ,



3 AnywhereCITY With Tune-Up at 69' : .:

STATI Regular Price ea. TonightLakeland's
- .. In the

HAM u.s. I DreadnaughU wilt
tangle with the Hillsborough
or I Terriers tonight In a "must"
:: ADDRESS TERRY CLOTH SEAT COVERS contest for the local nine.
CanadaBE Lakeland Is already *-I In
Group 4 competition and a
: STAT victory! b a must If
. . . the Dreadnoughts are tonight to slay

;: ORDER In contention for the group
title. Group winner will be tho
H MI YOURS Cash & Carry team with the best won-lost
$100 mark In group games only.
ADDRESS All Tuesday Lakeland gamesare
Special Group 4 contests while
S,. ., all Friday games will be Western .
em STrn S Conference affairs. Lake.
. . . land Is M in loop play.

Ronnie Baker senior right.
: hander, will get the nod to

} NAMI BRAKE ADJUSTMENT FREE pitch Myers for behind Lakeland the plate.with Mike

ADDRiss : Lakeland's Infield may be
juggled a bit. Mike Haseman
ix tflj" .* Clwck iiiJMt' will be at third base with El-
I saegenefkak. "Ant'que'Auto" Glass wood DuVal, shortstop. But
ChICk asl cart 99 eitheir Hal Hunt or Larren Willis I.
brill Diiifldjml With Purchase of will be at second witheither

brake Joe Shelnut or John Rhodes at
h tbut/ 10 Gallons or More first base.
Outfield for Lakeland will
.(' bsldlbraktlerars' -etsgnahlf' of Gasoline be Ken Titus, Kenny Deal and

Robert Moore.
Lakeland will play King it
R PRICES GOOD fHINJ FRIDAY, MAR. IJ Tampa's MacFarlane Park Fri

x day at 4 p.m. in a loop contest.
Top ValueStamps USE YOUR PURE CREDIT CARD Next home fame will be March
runE 20 with, Tampa Robinson.Basketball .


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THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY '...sea ta. lw..7.In. M. 0"".._ 4T.HIiiMi. .

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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday March 19.1M4 U

UPSETS !P Player Wins Playoff I

Of Pensacola

TEMPLE OWLS 5348By rArrin PENSACOLA (APHBe-) Player said ha liked the Pen-

I fore Gary Player went e n' the lacola Country Club court

ooun to play off a be with Ar-J which measure 0,380 yards.

BOB GREEN regular season with major tube tourney bound and ranked aec- nold Palmer and Miller Barber Palmer defending! champion,

Associated Press Sport Writer stones. ond la the ..lion. 81-71. The tots In the $25,000 PensaceU Open laid he never jot the feel of hit
Connecticut scored the major CawbayiWIa dropped Michigan into ?
a chare
upset in the first round of At Stillwater. Okla. Henry of die Big Tea title with Ohio! qin' Monday ha said" "Maybe this putter during the tournament.
the NCAA basketball will be my day. "The greens were like puttingin
tourney Iba's
Cowboys belted OUahom State bat the Wolverine' still
which found a little of the thun- 80-47 the Tooth the It was. glue but that's still no reasonto
career victory get tourney because, "
The little South Africa shot a play as badly as I did, he
der stole
by a couple of regulareeason for the 59-year-old coach. The of a league rule on mOlt recent "
developments one-under-par 71 to beat Palmerby laid 1 not only putted badly.
only other active coachea with
appearances. one stroke and Barber by I I played badly. I could not make
Princeton ViUannva, Texas 700
or Connecticut' S3-4S
more are Adolph Ruppof upset of
three and win (4.WO They had the ball roll on the greens -
Western and
Creighton Joined and Ed Diddle of
Kentucky Temple highlighted NCAA tourney
Connecticut as the first round iS tied at the end of the regular that really bothered me"
Western s
Kentucky. opening round in Philadelphia

chance to tie
274a."I Palmer had
72 hole tournament with a
tourney victors while Oklahoma And In Ann Arbor Mich, Pur and Dana Princeton be-
under more pressure Player on the 16th hole but overshot
SUM and Purdue closed the du. upset mighty Michigan Niad All-America Bill Bradley! was
'I In short with
han 1 ever have been my the green, was

and bombed Vitlanova Virginia whipped Military ProvIdence tt-60 life'' Player laid when he cloned his next shot and then went six

77.. in the other out the day and pocketed his feet pant the cup _
times heck, "'It'I awfully tough when
UCLA Final in die Philadelphia trlpie leader. have to against two fel-'
Cops The winners Join Duke in regional you ows1 go MORTGAGE FHA VA LOANS

play at Raleigh, N.C.
He said he had five up pleaT. MORTGAGE CORP.
Friday. log with hit No. 4 wood be.cause Of fLORIDA
AP PollBy At Dallas Texas Western "I haven't been: winning, tiijvicc n own .UOINSSS*
.. ...
whipped Texas AM,,SMI be- IM rot" "
;enough tournament I've been p horn Mil Hill .....,_
hind Lisa
outstanding performance too conservatively" I
of Jim Barnes and Creels ,
STRtT JONES The Bruins with 264
a season Ion took Oklahoma City 99.78Thoas
Associated Press Writer record salted away last week winners join Kansas State STATI CHAMPIONS Tti* Ul.linJ S.y.' Out --..-... fcmkaHMH Mum WM MM FIfM.

LOS ANGELES (AP-Basket- art the Tint major college team and Wichita In the Midwest Regional State ..,.' Club InHnw.dio k..atWll hH ta the Hwiur kU se .... .*,.' OA gem 11*K. Tile >r

ban Coach John Wooden cI to past unbeaten. In a nularseason at Wichita Friday .MK ct>Mi>.lM.., Wt H ruche, front tool Jimmy R.....
UCLA, when Informed that hit since 1961, when Ohio Other first round action tonight Dennis Sch.',.., back row, Buddy Moron, lobby Alton. "... Srown, Otcor frator end dHy toooloy.Net i

State went undefeated has Louisville 151.'I.. .**...t wh. photo wet Clean were true Folon4 sad Cteck MH.......:
Bruins ranked above an majo The Bruins drew all but six Ohio .
It-l. and defending chaml
college teams In The Associate of the votes for first place. Duke l>ioa Chicago Loyola 2S-J, vs.! FLORSHEIMDriftwood

season Press ,final sad poll of the 1W14 claimed one Oregon each.State three and and Loyola Michigan drew. HI Murray, and State Utah, IS State-8, In Evanston 20-8 vs, Dreadnoughts ,FSC's Days Of Grid Power

"To get this far It takes talent Hen the their Arizona State 16-10 and OregonState. ,
are Top Ten
251 vs. Seattle, 20-S. in Track Recalled Tom
and luck and we hope that both first place votes, and point Eugene, Ore.Kentucky Host By SebringWhile

continue to stick with us." awards on a lo-U.7.f-U3-2-1 i Michigan UCLA
Michigan SecaadA basis: land San Francisco, the other on the Florida Southern beet the ball from here ta
1. UCLA (34) 32 Meet Tonight
NCAA tourney team. are idle campus the other d.y to interview Tampa"

regional panel of 40 broad 3.2. Duke Michigan (1) 300 341 until Friday. The National Invitation pre-law student, JudgeH I Murrell a 1.32 Southern graduate .

casters and writers gave UCLA 4. Kentucky 258 Tourney open in New Lakeland will hold its first L (Tom) Sebring of St. Petersburg later coached at Lakeland

34 vote for first place and J9 York Thursday with Miami. dean of Stetson University' .
5. Wichita ST night ,track meet at the Lakeland High and In recent years at Miami
Fla, v*. St. Joseph's, Pa. and College of Law, got to
point in an over-all vote tally,. i. Oregon State (I) 190 School track
New York U. vs Syracuse.Tempts' Senior High reminiscing about the "good old where he Is now coordinator r
giving the Bruin a good ma 7. Villanova 124 tonight beginning at (:W. days" of football. of athletics for Dad County
I. Chicago Loyola (I) 130
gin over Michigan which co meet will
I. DePaul 72 The triangular The judge played end at Kan-.schools
lected 341 points. It. Davidson 44 feature Lakeland's Dread sea State and before h* started The Florida Calms under

Michigan was followed by W aanghts the Robiaaea Knightsand ,practicing law he coached at Coach Sebring, were one of the
Duke Kentucky Wichita, Oregon w t Winter Have Blue Dev the University of Florida from first southeastern teams ta do a

State Villanova Loyola of Two Lakeland/ H*. Lakeland wee a five'team ta 1)2) to 1927 nerving a* head lot of passing. "Opposing
OePaul and Davidson track meet last week coach the last three
Chicago years. coaches, especially If we won,
Riders To Race Plant and a pair at dualaneets "
Coach Wooden said he spoke earlier.Eliminations. "Southern had not discontinued called us a basketball team be

for his players when expressing football then and w* said.
pride that the panel elected his At DaytonaDAYTONA in the field used to have some hard-taught

team tops In the nation the event will begin at 1:30 p.m. game," Judge Sebring re Notre Dame's worst football

first West Coast team to finish BEACH Two with the first track event at 7p.m. called. "When we played defeat was a 59-0 beating at the
there since the San Francisco Lakeland riders will be competing Southern here the games were hands of Army in 1944 ..Mates with every
In the novic class la the .
Dons did it In 1931.
at the aid athletic field Bear
shade for !
annual American Motorcycle There will be a small admission the red brick gym" This was Spring

Association classic Friday and charge for tonight's back whea Sam Banks, Roy
Linksmen Saturday at Daytona International for adults and
FSC meet: M cents
Loll sad ether Lakelaader
II Speedway 2S cents far cll dre.. were football heroes at South Look Hotter LODger
Joel Lindahl and George Wit- '
This U the first time Lakeland ern.
mer will be riding Honda in
Host StetsonFlorida the novice class has held a night track After he quit coaching Judge That's w k y Flonhclm

I Six Floridians, headed by meet at the new track adjacent Sebring officiated college game western spend less in the
Tony Murguia of Key Went will Scboo all over the South. "I remember
Southern College'sgolf to Lakeland Senior High .
go to the post In the Classics Installed last fall coming here In the early thirties r long run Ecnem'i
team will play its second .. Light were f
OOPS sub 14. work of Southern' last 1
to coniid-
feature the 300 one
Daytona -on of the doubled when you
match of the season Thursday. with the cooperation I'r
thumb tx Hxyn "
ftoflwi H
a wM
Sunday. Murguia Is generally Booster tames, n* said "Southern %
hosting Florida Intercollegiate. rated a* the State' top handler ..< a feces fug .f floss Lakeland Dreadnaught played the University of Chattanooga at you con hare the fili-
Conference foe Stetson Umverity. Club.
of a motorcycle and finished M CwMwcMcvt litofw iwrMMthm coached by the late I est for at little ea $19.95.
I dews emit in Miil.4.l,U.
well up In the 1163 AMA Grand Frank Thomas who later was
The mate will be played at In Hi. IM ..u' d she NCAA '
National standings with 31 Fans at Alabama for the old\ NIAA
the Clevdaad Height Country point. In the Daytona 200 the k..k.ri..ll ......., Mil al lit. 55.7 Million championship Southern won .

Club Marllag at II am. country's longest richest, and CmMctlcvt wm .11 ..p wt 11-41 Wager $4 Billion as I remember "TRY ji Benford's Bootery
The Mocs gave defending FIC most important bike race Tony vlctwy In the tint penis .f the I win
"On Southern player
champion Rollins College a rugged and his fellow will be hooting trlpb. kM...,. C'umcticvl foci LEXINGTON Ky. (AP-The Clifton KING
battle la their opener on for' *12,0001. prize anda en H tfct Inter r...n.l fl.... National Association of State never forget wa DOWNTOWN
money Fri. Eve.
Feb. 28 before bowing 17-10 whopping 101 national point III ........ >.jjgy .ltt. (A1Win Racing Commissioner has re (Sloppy) Murrell one the EDWARD'AMHCJ Open

Southern, paced by Don Richards John pcieddrowski of Neptune ****). ported that 55.7 million person kicked best puaters barefoot I ever but lie saw cauld He h".., S.ItngC.p.r _

Scudder Graybeal Ed Beach and Joe Kenney ftensa- wagered nearly $4 billion las -- -

Cerlanl and Grover Matheney. cola will ride for Florida in the Grosscup SignsSAN fear at the country' thorough -, mewe: ;: w5ieR
led through the front nine. 100-mile amateur race which red, harness racing and quay --.1' ,, :.,
All of the above, plus Bud opens the Classics. on Friday. FRANCISCO APLee erhorse tracksAttendance irwwwHP ,. ',' : t> i

Hersey and Dick Dormaa, have, Florida will field 11 novice Irosscup a quarterback who Florida tracks "
been named by Moc Coach Hal rill be trying to make a come- at .
riders In the 7<-mil* race for and wagering ...
W.ters to start against the Hat,that class on Saturday. This back has signed with the San totaled US9.47J: "
.mounted to 1158,399,277, the retort :); -
ten. race shares Saturday'r spotlightwith 'rancisco: : 49er of the National ,
ootfcall League. said. ..sea + ;; '
the 100-mile race for exports 'f'
and amateurs on 250cc The. former Utah tar has had Dog track attendance wa ..'" .:

Tampa Slates/ nachine Murguia and Jim live yean of pro experience'1,183 M3 and wagering totaled '\ ""' ,

Nick of Tampa are entered for 'rith New York and Minnesota : 175M3J4. The jal alai total sJ

Tough Grid this event always 'one of the' f the NFL and New York off were 1.389,102 attendance and to if ,. '

most thrilling of the ClIII CI. I Ihe American Football League. i 41,103.854 in wagering. I
Slate/ For 64

TAMPA (AP-Athletio Director -

Sam Bailey say the Universtty -!
of Tampa football team rw r
will play probably its "be i, sTalk + I s r
r..r *s
ever" schedule next year. I

Bailey, who also will take :
the. head coaching Job next :m ry rj ,

signed Southwestern Louisiana:
for Oct. IT to round out a It

game schedule.

Bailey commented "W haw', u r

three major schools lined up am $4 t.. R.
tne most we've ever played before
that I remember is two." I a Iti
He listed them as Virginia, I 1 pIhk
Tech Sept. Silo the home opener I i t

for the Spartans Memphis F i ,pt "'rbMh sy

State Oct I in Tampa and the

University of Mississippi Nov. 7

at Oxford.

Yankee BulldogIn

The Doghouse

RIDGEWOOD. N. 1. w-The, Success..Southland life has it!
Bulldog, It appears 1* in the
doghouse. And this pa"itullfdOlhouH w
threaten to get dog' 4

gone expensive. I When I 55 year old company Increases MM! 22%

"It looks like they've" got me' In)Just one year, thit'i newel! And, In capital letters,
the barrel Bulldog Jim
Bouton ruefully admitted at his' HOW WE HAVE GROWN 1963/1953 thifi SUCCESS.

home her after he had been, Southland lit.'. phenomenal growth In 1963 wit
.......... .... ..._ .t ...
handed a sign-or-ehe decree FACING U, TO THI ALL Mm CllIIiMII, PhilUen 011..1. s 'III Ceding Decelll"" II M3 1153"I. company wide, with ails up In every C.t"ory-

from New York Yankee Genera ......... Act ke ..... ...... off wfcil. being hi print tremnif drill I. Geometer yad rd.y. Ynt_ lift, health and group Iniuranc. At year's end,

Manager Ralph Houk. 41 was the named t.1 In ..., fw Ike (.,.I** Calthm, who kit It home nuns for ... PhIl' loot Insurance In face .(2,1(7,755151 (300445205 171 total life Iniuranc In force was 2167755151.

The or-else is a $100 a day LAP Whootwte $352,593,458 evidencing
MM* __ __ 120 Resourcts were up totaling
fine starting midnight Wednesday Total liMurcM 352.593458
the wild strength back" of this growth
for each: day the brash
young right-hander 4s absent 2 World ChampsIn Nee Cask It Pay MMI Annual .nenb ts follcyowMn Southland Lift has always njoyd steady progress,

from the Yankee training camp. Skeet Shoot I and Imillcliriss 28,152,193 1034(17 lit but for the put decade, Its growth hs bn
unusually vigorous-and the reason ,Is clear. Folks
iiVC3C3V0 Je/" Total hwme 15. 0844* 28,222,43 131 appreciate Southland Llf.', outstanding policies and
City League WINTER HAVEN-TWO world The Maa To
I exceptional service. They like to do business wit!) .
Meeting ThursdayThere champions will compete in the: AT New Life '"sur.netS.las 437.558.761 13(5102(3 221 a successful company, with a lifetime record of

second annual Dixie Skeet Invitational strength and Integrity. And. every day popl are
; wll be a anecttag '.fasaaagers ACCEPTANCECORPORATION Capital, Sutphs mtContlniiMy
Championships her at becoming more aware of the miracle of lif* iniur- ,
and reprweatative .. .. 20,128,491 (485,401 137
\ Funds ...
, ef all team planning .. competing the Gilbert Field rang Friday. arc*- its unmatched ability to provide protection
and Sunday. I security and savings
I ta the Lakeland City OF FLORIDA, ztCOAwARt
i League aaftbaB program this They are Kenneth Gilbert of PAYMENTS
r"tSe tow tow
! aammer. Fort Bennmg, Ga., who was the I. case IS Thes Southland Ufo prsnutlv to your vicinity *r* nady to serve you
, The City League Is I spesaered 13'gauge title holder ta 1K3! and sot a. He1 toe e.t nws t sot U.nseoom Southland LifeLAKELAND
by tile City Park and RecnatiMi Henry Alcoa of New Orleans, UZs Hoo.s tasao daces StsItoo
The ---
Ing Is Department slated for 7:31 p... La, who was the world senior al. Cnwww.M u2soe 01100 pwkLONd at00S7 ale FLA. DISTRICT OFFICE

Thursday at the Teea MMany. .28-giug champion la the same CAK I. WHARTON Edward Patrick, Manager SlJ COMPANY
Meetings for ether Recrca- year and ..20 and .Jg-gaug In "IM Kin wko Int inI '
" Ham Department sp.nsered I 1963. | PER/OOS M! CrMPA.AaII OAT Slavics 1420 South Florida Avenue Telephone: MUtual( 2.7759Staff

teagae wU be aaaauaced at I Th junior and women fields) 217 S. TENNESStf, LAKELAND MU 2414$ Managers: W. H. Fulbnght, T. W. Harrsll Home 011,cc a Southland Center a Dallas

a Mara date also are attracting champion



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Tuesday LAKELAND March 10, 1M4 LEDGER,FSC Nine Out To Avenge FSC Nefters'' -'rr---r.' SPORTS OF THE TIMES ')

East Lakeland : Has i
A's ,

Registration Loss To Gators Tomorrow Bow To Tars. _- II I I.

There will be a special reg- _

kin t Ion for boys In the Com- GAINESVILLE Florid Hock had combined to limit the I The Rollins College netters r"e Potent Potion r

tee and Crystal Lake area Southern College's baseball Moccasins Gators to five hits and a lone handed their Florida Southern
desiring to play In the East travel to Gainesville to- run. Southern picked up only College hosts an 8-1 defeat yesterday ...... .- 1t

Lakeland Dixie Boyi baseball morrow for a return game with three hits during the contest afternoon.It II ____ a ,, By ARTHUR DALEY listeners know that only the oC

program. The program Is for the strong University of Florida Tomorrow Ken Murphy or was the opening tennis p @ 11eia Jerk tilnra: total maladroitness of the I
boys In the 8-12 category Gators. Bruce Altken will start on tb. match of the season for the losing BRADENTON -Among the Washington Senators will save

Boys who did not register Coach Hal Smeltzly's Mocs mound for Southern. Also Moos, .4,, ass s handicaps under which the Ahtletics from dropping I..
may sign up Thursday from will be out to avenge a 8-1 loss ready, If needed, are Bill Dtirrance I FSC's Larry Hale preventedthe : j a. tr. the many Kansas City Athletics have out through the bottom of the
7 until 8.SO p.m. at the Com to the Gators In Lakeland last and Bob Roadarmel. winning Tars from gaininga rM been laboring of recent years league. It would be a fitting

bee school cafelorlum. Saturday. The opening game Darren Fulton, Southern's all- whitewash when he tripped has been Charles O. Finley. fate for Finley but not for

I for both teams went 11 Innings: FIC catcher, will complete the Bob Ballnk 6-1 and 7..,. He Is the footloose owner of Lopat. The one time Yankee Cp

a.MONDAVI. MMi.riOHTtTk tM) fintPNILADtLPHIA I before the visitors erupted for battery. Results of matches: the ball club a man with a junkman is much too nice a
a.n.. IrlMM, four runs. Rounding out the Infield will .Ingln-Urry Hilt, WO, tfrfMta i last
dl 10. ',". 4 I 4, T whim of iron. Within :
147 Phil hia Btovml Cbartov IT.m Do* guy."Tell
loort, 141, milMlMM I. J.... Until the fatal 11th. Moc: be Jim Hardee at first base,, I littlk. II. aN.a fcM P.v* WitoM. WO few months he tried to strong- me about my old pal d
smtN.,, 557. Ph.I''oh... ... L.". second Buster 4'3 A 4 4| Bk .oC 4fMt.M \
Ron James "
.. ._. hurlers Ken Huebner and Cecil at ; o..r' Ford, said
".tt 515 .Nt.m.''' 10. door Uvliw *> s. the American League into Whitey heady
Hardy at third base and Frank DMIMV....,.n, II. _...... ..... arm
*!**., WC .-0 a 4.Ii D..k Wnltmaun permitting him to move his Eddie, deftly changing the I'd Ie
Oktavec at shortstop. Ticketedfor ft. ......q * e 55| lUrlMwk, ft. first base duty are Dave .. ..,5.5Y.,, d
M 0'
WO 4-4 4 a.Ooiikto about him. He's taken
_.. Oakland.On on a 1
lli Scratching Sonnenberg and Ron Montgomery. ......... .
M H. P50e. C'S C 5/ C.w'n. occasion his fellow very tough assignment as I'II'
MeC....., ft. dX...., W each :
......k.wL.rlnw. coach for the
FtC 41 4-0| ( owners refused to cower pitching Yankees
outfield will consist ft, <....H4 i J..
The Moo eockwiur-J Akl-
I inn WC ,.a C 4.>. before his wild threats of legal while still trying to pitch him
of Bob left field Joel Led
Lee ;
forCASH9 action. They called his bluff self. My own case wasn'texactly
low center field, and Huebner,
right field.Monday. rVesPoyos SPECK CATCH-T. t. tabs. lets, *f 2621 H..n>. M4 Dr.11' /.. voted against each move and the same but It was
and Tuesday of next Jimmy McC rty .f I1' ClwcUw .held II' the .Mss .> specks anchored him in Kansas City. close enough for me to know

week Southern will be In Tallahassee -| For NBA ListedLOS *.y cu ht wMI. fishing' Lake. ,.....,. They Cubed. *ul (I The. They broke there-probably don't care If he hope goes he what"I I'm finished talking in about.the big I II'o

for a pair of games with hit Will end .nt MltMurl Mlmwws for hit.Sh In 1955 and the
to leagues next
if going
Florida State University, the ANGELES (AP) the does-but they are
To get the family's new Spring nation's third ranked college I Ineup for the Western Division be stuck with him they pre- year I managed Richmond
Yankee chain and
be in the Missouri the also

outfits home Improvement. to get going project on that's the will baseball Next be home night power games tilts last for year.with the Gear-Moos I 1 I tall layoffs ranclsco Association of the St. National Louis will and be Basket-Los San ; k"HWher;! ;;; fer put metropolis it because to So they Finley won't will stay let was pitched.that I Where had an it entire differed ball rc ra

weather.been waiting. to for put good all i gia's March Valdosta 1819.Estridge. State College, I t.hat Lngeles order., but not necessarily in [& him Baseball move. players are much has club to only supervise the pitching while Whitey staff. t.

In the
more Irreverent than baseball Furthermore, minors
The Lakers assured themselves
your monthly payments the flannelled have no help while Whitey e
So you
Into one eoiy-to-han. MedalistIn I of third place and a spot Back To Normal owners.wretches who work for Fin- will have a good man in Jim 1t
the with their 122-112
in playoffs 1c
die account? Whenever Baltimore ley pounce on each new arrival Hogan to assist him.
? Golf Tourney victory Monday night over
I I tried it I lasted
"When ,
you NEED CASH/!!! ] but the race for first at the training camp. !
for worthwhile = Mike Estridge fired a two-un- Is still wide open. "Have you tried the Finley two innings in my first start
any |der-par 52 to take medal honorsin San Francisco now: on top By FRED W. JONES cocktail?" they ask with a before the roof fell in on me. rs
reason call or out of
stop Editor gleeful Innocence. "You take I kept running gas constantly
the Phosphate Golf League leads St. Louis by only one Fishing-Hunting I,
over. You'll like our fart, friendly, dogfight tourney at Par-3 Golf game. A combination of a San Well, all things must come to an end, someone once said, two and you can't move." for the next few games.So .
confidential service. Center last week. Francisco loss to Baltimore and the weatherman says by the time you read this, we'll It sounds more paralyzingthan I did what any sensible guy rc rJ
Low point winner with plus 6 Tuesday night and a St. Louis probably have changed back to more normal temperaturesfor a martini."I would do. We played at night.
HOW Much CAN YOU USEr was Dewey Norman Norman victory over New York would this time of year. It sure was nice while it lasted! had no part in any of So I came out to the ballpark

MDllthtt rlm.nII For and Williard Norman teamed tie up the Western Division lead..) However, even though we do change back to more normal It," said Eddie Lopat In a every day at noon and ran 1
Cash COMMERCIAL Into condition. Then I 5
with 8 for the points honors quick disclaimer. "I knew myself
plus The weary Bullets, playing temperatures It won't be so bad. For most of the winter we'vehad
"ou e.t 24 MOo II MOo 12 MOo In 2-man teams. their fifth game in .Ix days below normal temperatures-the average has been much the Athletics would be here In started to pitch winning ball
- High four-man team with plus faltered before the torrid Laker Bradenton from Feb. 28 to again. A year later the front
100 UO.07 solid months.So .
below for three
10 was Bill Moore Jim Wood- shooting attack. Jerry West had April 10, although I must confess office wanted me to manage r
200 '11.86 '14.59 20.14I normal will feel good. And It's now nearly the middleof
ard H. Holmes and Hoke Touch 37 for the Lakers and Elgin I couldn't be sure where and pitch.
I 800 17.79 21.88 80.21 ,Baylor scored 24. Terry Dis- March so the normals aren't so low, as they were a few the ball club would be after Forget It.' I said. 'I'm c
400 28.48 28.98 40.06 LOANS INC. ton.Closest weeks back. All In all it Isn't long to spring and our real good
: : : to the pin was Pat chinger got 20 for Baltimore. that. I'm just tickled that it through pitching. I got noth t I'
600 84.39 42,88 89.38 Murphy. I weather. has been settled ing I have to prove.' And I 1'

LOANS UP TO 1600 Bill Bolton president of the Today we have a couple of letters one being a fishing report The tow-headed manager of never pitched again. But .
Phosphate League announced Fight PostponedMONTREAL of sorts from Henry Specht, owner and operator ofTAMPA the A's has enough troubles enough of that. What about ,J

2407 S. FLORIDA AVENUE regular play In the 16-team circuit without having to worry about Whitey?" .

would begin tonight at 7 wv-The' scheduled ".., I. ........ ,, .TIDea-w.dn.. ....... .... .........,..IItn III.,.,.M... 51....INOI......H'tIIt_ Sawa.ew. .I' the site of his future opera Lopat listened attentively (r<
o'clock at the Center. bout here between Sugar awn .._ a.It ....... .tw CAS ..... tions. He is starting with the as he was told how neatly .to
Lakeland Phone MU 6-6166 A field of 47 played in the Ray Robinson and Joey Durelle biggest brain trust In the Ford had handled his chores
: dogfight tourney. has been postponed to March 23. Hank's Fishing Camp on Lake Van north of Auburndale. majors to help him with his for the first two weeks of the i

Hank says: thinking. He has six top-grade preliminary camp But thenit c
"Just a line to let your readers know that the Game and coaches Jimmie Dykes Luke had to be admitted that not 1

Fresh Water Fish Commission boys were out and put some Appling, Tom Ferrick Babe enough had been seen of the e

50 more SchliU tags on fish in our lake. Dahgren Mel McGaha and strawberry blond after the i

"We have to catch: the fish for the boys because 1 I their Gus Niarhos. In fact, he has varsity camp had opened. r.
shocker doesn't work in Lake Van. John Miller and Frank more good coaches than good "Aha, he .a id."ThIs Is

McMillan of John's Fish Camp on Lake Jullanna came over to ball players. when It gets tough for him-

help me catch them. Pretty nice, Huh? Midwinter trades brought between now and the start of

"Fishing has been extra good, most everyone has been him two big power hitters, the season. He has to keep 1t
getting between 20 and the limit. Henry Heath and Gerald Rocky Colavito and Jim Gen. watching and studying his
tile. But he has been strippedof pitchers. That means he Just
Whlddcn of Winter Haven caught their limits. 1t
won't have the time to do all
"Otis Deese Jack Alfred, Fred Baugh and Ms partner his only professional infielder work .
well the running and all the
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whidden all of Auburndale, got their Jerry Lumpe as of his s
as two of his starting pitchers he needs to take care
limits. Everyone that went out had 'beaucoups' specks.
Let me put
; Ed Rakow and Dave own conditioning.
"We have a new road into the camp off of 559 and a new Wlckersham. He Is BOW pitch- it this way: .He'll earn his
launching ramp which makes It nice for the people with their er-poor. He could wind up money." t

own boats. like the old.time Phillies of If Ford's troubles will ease
"We're happy and thankful, too the water in the lake Is some 30-odd years ago. On the off once the season opens,
up for the fishermen. Seems like old times! Also we have an rare occasions when those that's when Lopat's troubles i

AP-AROUND TRH ideal spot for anyone to park their trailers ample room.. Phillies won. the scores were will really begin. In his playing .

Speaking of launching ramps and parking the other In the neighborhood of 13.12 days the wily left-hander s
letter concerns those very things From Raymond Parrett, or 1718. was able to attain huge success
South Tennessee Avenue, Lakeland, this letter reads: Eddie talks about his heroes with What was called a"nothing" i
with typical managerial buoyancy pitch. It Is much J

More Considerate Parking"I but tils optimism is more difficult to win with a i

much too transparent. All "nothing" ball club.
have been a regular reader of your column for a longtime r

and enjoy them very much. I have been thinking that if i

you would print a 'suggestion In your column about the Uncle Sam G its Return ,r

thoughtless way some people park at the ramp on the south

side of Lake Parker, it might do a lot of good. BoutWithCILOUISVILLE. )ay's Brainmention f.
"The first six or eight cars park parallel on each side and I

A rugged tire for leave no alternative but to park next to them or go elsewhere.If Ky.. (AP) of his religion when
your these same cars were backed out with the trailers on the. Casslus Clay's brain gets a rematch discussing his professional life.
softer sand, it would leave ample parking for everyone with Uncle Sam on Fri. The 22-year-old Louisville native

.with We also have a report from Schlitz concerning "five fishermen day-and Sonny Llaton, along home for a week of rest,
car. sports-car who have divided S350 In awards for multiple catches of with all the other heavyweight! said he will remain with the

tagged fish In just two fishing spots. boxing contenders, will have to sect headed by Elijah Muhammad
"These Included W. S. Kay of Ft. Myers, who boated five await the outcome before and will not join the splinter .

tread design for rtdfish, and Mrs. Lydia Dudley, who hooked two reds at matching brawn with the cham group organized by Mal

Matlacha Pass, off Ft. Myers. colm X.Malcolm.
"Lake Jullanna in Polk County yielded six black bass anda pion.After reportedly flunking the X had been C1ay''

easier handling! / speckled perch (the release says 'trout' but that's wrong of mental test In a previous Selective companion In Miami Beach and before in- I
and after the fight
course) to Jesse D. Lott, Auburndale who got three, Ralph Service examination Clay said during
York. Malcolm X
Gray Tampa and Bickly Abramovltz, two each. gets another chance in Louis- New

O For the first time: a premium tire feature at ,"An award of $50 went to Hardy Young of Lakeland for a ville. with the the weekend Muhammad he group has split and ,

one-pound bream taken from an unspecified Polk County lake "I really tried hard real
with a
real economy prices! HewB.F.Goodrich long Miler 330! The sea bass caught off Tarpon, Springs was worth $100 hard on that mental test" more plans militant to form approach a group toward tt tf

New tread extends around the to W. Allen Chubb, Lakeland visitor from Youngstown Ohio. 'day said. "It wasn't too hard. civil rights problems In the
N Wrap-Around Russell Naab of Auburndale found a 1100 trout (wrong [[ guess, but I never was a good South. ,

shoulder of the tire for improved stability and again boys!) In Lake Arianna render or with a good the pencil speller, and not "I am a fighter and I am
brainy religious. I am not going to do
steering paper. I got out of (Louisville]) that's not right, Clay I
response. Haines City Nine ". anything
with D-minus.
Tread design on the new Long Miler 330 im s 1545 : Plays At KathleenThe Central While High Casslus prepared a for what said. "I Malcolm don't know X Is doing much,about but I

skid resistance wet and roads. Kathleen Senior the exam Manager Bill' Fever do know that Muhammad Is the
proves on dry J. High sham sized! up the contendersfor ''isesL"
School Red Devils were to have ..
Clay's crown. -
w..i opened their 1964 baseball season
EXCLUSIVE B.F.GOODRICH NO MONEY DOWN at 4 p.m. today against the "If Cassius Is not accepted by Wall Captures
Liston deserves the
the ,
TIRE PROTECTION PLAN additional SIZt(Viet TuMra) TMADC'IN PMCI visiting Haines City High How next bout because he's the one Puerto Rico OpenSAN
hr' i for mounting 6 00S9060ll3...... .....11)4 nets. '
guarantees* every new charge 700/6..0. U. .....-..?......,, 164' It ,was a Southwest Florida who lost his title to JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP),
INSTANT CREDIT 7.60.14/6.70. u.....?-_?:: 1191 Conference contest and the Faversham said. canlu..1-Art Wall Jr., seldom a winner
Long Miler 330 for as S 00 11/7.10.11........ 216
Your credit already .stabllshed S.SO 14/7.60 I It.......??;;? 23 son opener for both nines. II "If LIston's left arm since 1959 when he was named
long as you drive itl! 4 you h v. try national crtdit. also marked the baseball coach' shape that he cannot fight, then Golfer of the Year Is back in

... .. .... ... ...... ...., ......... ... SWARMiN'G V tog debut of the Red Devils'' I'd say that the men who deserve business today after a near
l _
._. to t- aIN Mnwili. *
M.Mit Midi -
4N.f QMdfldi. w Mm m| mt *to IHl .. ...... chance are Doug of the Caribbean winter
.. In
am.m.eN Coos H.MIMUMT Hi a it Mitt* Mrort ,...a M miiul pMUMf Ml HUM... .._*."wi i i UM ewer w, .- M*,,&MM??..... Charlie Lyle the SWC. a sweep
Terrell and Eddie Ma-
Ernie circuit.
B.F.Goodrich products are competitively priced at locations listed. TERMITES areA Kansas Miler Near 'chen and I'd have to put all of" The 40-year-old pro from Po-
them before Floyd Patterson. cono Manor, Pa. outshot young
WARNINGTO Three-Minute Mark I During the weekend. Patterson Jay Dolan In four extra holes

Instant crtdit. avollobl (jfI MILWAUKEE (AP) John offered to fight Clay for no Sunday and won the Puerto

,Camien of Kansas State at Emporia purse, with a $750.000 guarantee Rico Open. The victory was
Harris Texaco Service Station HOMEOWNERS. won the U. S. Track and to the champion. Clay's Ire rose Wall's third In four tournaments
B. F. Goodrich Store Field Federation Indoor mile over Patterson's reference to on the southern swing giving
403 W. CanalMULBERRY
title with 4 02.7 effort Monday taking the title away from the him the over-all point title.
114 West MaIn! St. a :
,. FLA. and
night in the 13th annual Milwaukee Black Muslims. I Wall, Masters champion
LAKELAND, FLA. Baker Tenneco Service Station Journal Games. Clay said he didn't like the leading money winner five

2190 1mTERMINIX' 'q Camien, a 20-year-old junior years ago, captured the Mara-
*.. B. F. Goodrich Store fK1.At.D: Fairway. Became: a serious threat to break caibo and Bogota tourneys before
four minutes last Mav when he BOWLINGMfk his sudden death victory
251 Arenu. A, S.W. G eng I er's Service Center finished fifth In 4:00.7: in the over Dolan. 24, of Leicester,
WINTER HAVEN, FLA. Modesto Calif. Relays out Mass, on the new Dorado Hil-
2202 S. Fla. Ax..
Art started his
doors. He won the Mason-Dixon 0LAS.1I0lest ton course.
B. F. Goodrich Store LAKELAND, FLA. FOR SKILLED INSPECTION AND indoor mile recently with a t -d: t.JC C.: : 45 comeback -he hadn't won a
GUARANTEED PROTECTION, CALL ..... ...... N tournament since 1960jy -
Willis Service clocking of 4011.: I. .nw/w 54 major
1010 Grand Central ....._ ...... .We
'Nm51/11..1..M/W ._ La.... NI- taking the $30,000 San Diego
730 N. ilea Av..
TAMPA, FLA. LAKELAND FLA. TERMINIXFLORIDA 'Cats Host 'Hounds ....n..Mfk. 2'"IMI."'..l tarlaa. LM StillHnk Open in January.

CO. Turn CaiiM La........ Bra*.
2221 New A.hamdale Hwy. WAUCHULA -' The Auburn- ,.M.k TMM ......, UM4H4 ...... Bartow Visits LW
dale High Bloodhounds visit the ..
Ph. MU 26129Winter Hardee High Wildcats at 7.30 Laura Maaaft 5N, 114. | LAKE WALES The Bartow

If p.m. at Wauchula's Farr Field lM aiiH. IHi ttf u.Millar. 1441 ...... fellow Jackets travel to Lake
B.EGoodmh Haven in a Southwest Florida Conference N...n..ll'i. LM ...,/. .140 ...* ..,..w Vales for a 7:30: p.m. Southwest
.1441 ... (.._... IMt Iva M.a C_-
will .. -__... school
14 6lh St. NW. diamond contest. It ; LslrN PhII. Florida Conference high
Ph. CY 3-1234 be the opening game of the I.real... Leo 5601 5.. ,." ... "ML baseball tilt today with the Lake
.n 4/11. 5,60. 5 5ary..nt
a .. season for Hardee. 1-I, 5-,t| I 1.'., H..... s.fa.. Wales Highlanders.It .




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LAKELAND LEDGER I 35 o the .1 4 o Oh. NW'4 'I NOTICI UNDSOP1OTITIOUS runs In the scvsn. ame World, 1 17-Year-Old Raul Castro
AOVI.TltIMINT111I se. Ion I lot des.nlb.d Si followol
NAME "AW lost to ths
THE CIRCUIT' COURT O.. 14 ".t. T"n..j Begin at 015 Southwest ee r Wijie.I.' J. 110,110 II TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: &ri yet Y.nke.

) THI TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ll"within 40 Net of the th. SEU of Section 4. Notice I* hereby given that tbi t.RI 2 tlmssLI4LAL Found DeadIn Sets DraftIn
FOLK COUNTY. v. In. 01 SOale Road ..". hip M Houth, Rang 14 kast: :; ICu r" punuant to the ''lo.ttl.1.m. .
Ilo 1.700. a point 1IM.IO fail w... of tOo rcel .I Statute.. Houe* Ml! ADVERTISEMENT
LAW 1.01 ThaO port .t, lolitlosast corner of the SWU or mIsaen 10016.5
NO. 1OTM I* SM r No, MtM Lewi
ASSIANID TO JUOOI LOVE of NIO'4 ot S.etlao I. the I\ of paId Section C: rca DMI : 1141 will rcgiter with TO NOTICE .1 CALl Sail Boat Motion
Townahlp booth. Rao. thane 011' West SISO.I$
EMINENT DOMAIN I J. = the Clerk of the Court, In
PftOCSIDINOS LESS: Weal III feet feet to tim boundary of PsreolSS and for Polk I' t'lreul. I You are hereby naUno that the
Nah.r upon
POLK Houth 115 foet thereof. LIORS aid Section M4I.I fMtBaaterly PhelmaC. Rolls am $17.5 il Fo tolo.ln motor :
COUNTY receipt
political proof MIAMI
a the AL Batoa Drive ST PETERSBURG (AP) -Hlvanl Radio an.
Bubdlvlalon of U-e SUM North too foot ; of the No.t".t oorn.r of thla notice the flclllfoua name, Oldamoblle Model II8II7AIO0
Of Florida, Lying within U foot of saId au.. of said Section S. .. FlorIda to-Wit: LAKELAND HILLS PALLADIUM I body of Thor Carlson Jr, nounced the start today of recruiting
line. saId ,. B. O. COn? *! : b* Hold .1 eel. at.n Do Te
YW ion y line b.lnr LESS rlghta of war. == "h public
PETITIONER tinder which
ul.l. we ensmgetf ot Treasure his an of draftees for
/ the d crlb>d ai followa: acre, more or C, Corr SRD# r1 Ill In hurl,.,., We to 1 17th day of bland lead army

the CARlTLANOBR. M al, Begin a th. Boutbwe.t -I I... Rl 1. Box Ml engase In bualn. at 1541 lt'lo'h Rambler, W, .v.h. Merced by I bullet, was Fidel Castro,
of the of Section I Owner T, J Popnel and Lake RoadUxeland I. Dr Bartow.
PBFBMDArm II" Nor land Hllle In th. l.t "Iorl"a .
In his sailboat
savepping NOTICI OF. RULE NISI ohlp SI Rang. 14 atpoint a Mart Popp.ll, M* wife. FlorIda Bul..r : proceed of be Monday eight foot Castro's brother Raul lead
NOTICI OF. EMINENT DOMAIFNOCIKDINQSl 1M4IO feet ..ll th. PARCEL 11 SOD Its Horao H. Jon*. Cannot o I""I. partlea.Intereated Inamid appllnd to th* payment ot the cwt In Boca Clega Bay of the armed forces
of th RIGHT OF WAY Bllaabeth A. JoneeP SilO # of making. .torlng and
Blt.t co. SW" 01 I.A .I. of
If the IN'" THE NAME AND IV THE : laId Bert I Ion I: That part oft I O Box 111 ) ) bu.ln.. .nt.rpl .aid motor vehicle and the .0t ofpublication Tre.sur Island police laid the municipal draft boards all over

lUng AUTHOMITV OF THE STATE 081' West allot(| r Tha North M foal of the NorhI Scott Lake Road Ror.Sanchen H Intereit o nolle of ..1. and wound appeared aelf-Inflicted. A Cuba to begin interviewing
Or- FLORIDA to th. Norh.l, boundary of 14 of nf th. Lk'ud. Fllrld. K. nInt.rNt then to I latlafactlon of the
t forInkee TO ALl, WHOM It MAT CON.CERN lection .point 1444 ton 0t1W. tho SW'4 I of tOo Pson.l.# II LakelanV Polk County, balance du* under Ih. contract 41 caliber revolver ..a found youth born from 1943 to 1947

and to all peraona and 'of Baatenr Mid Section of th* I.Northweat com'NBU South. :." Tnolp"I lots and of: SCD#71?. :'IllAieocictIoo 0 Florida tl.III February 17', llli with Fifth W. Wahlnll'on. i.10 inthej_ bottom o the boat The object ..i be "to select
Mulb.r. FI.
partlea having or claiming t
any ,... ., 114 South. those
ice a right, title' Inlereit, eat ate, mort- I mating rlghta ef way of the *nvey FII..Avenu ring tb motor Police said a homemade bomb who the physical
Containing I more Lino of $l.lo Road S.17.A. IAk.I."d, Pod. vehicle will b* paid moral .
lain or other lien to or on thai. 4 o NOTICE Of SALE .lrplU also was the boat political qualifications
1 on They
1- (Motion 1170. saId norway Lisa bng to you. and rem.ln liable fond
certain parcel) of land herelnaf .I.P& Toi Jam** A. Brown 4S4 iO.a0.dOs 11
( pal.leady. dnenkbnd tnt the telnet. Owner: Charlea B, Kelli ud doacrthid a* follow*: Houte III-A. I"NI' toed an,b.l" remaining unpaid alled the bomb squad from for the revolutionary armed .
tointhan with all ani.nown Thelma C. Kelli, hi. wIfe Begin at the Bouthwent corn. Scott Lake Road Tau sic Clrelolk.nd..Fortd. .. n.n.r.t..MStJIA forces said the
MacDill Air Force Base In Tarn
to of the SB of Section .
: Mortgag. In favor Ta"n.Np
Slbl.t ,Lhl.nd. .
peraona claiming by. tfcrougbunder or of B O. no South Hinge 14 Hdmea, Jr. Parcel following motor vehicle: 186 CeO.lIla. TB nl8CUN In Miami.Cuba .
the know who ... Majrnard Cory and Ellis. al a : Hubr. 'I 4 I. U pa to disarm It.
pinion hetr. C. Cory, his wife. 1924.10 font Wed of :* Fan. I Hllm. 111 H D. l.d.n By Talhert Matthew
rlous dead, or who ara not known to bodead tr #MM047 at public adopted
PARCEL I mo oo of tb* BW" of tb* 181 100, 114Mcott Ml B Kentucky Mrs Carlson said her ion military con.
or aliveaCTION Mle at ISO clock the
on a : .SIM RIGHT Oi yr.II. loi 01" Section : thence \ Ll Road 'l./o on scription late In 1963 and enroll
16700 '.I7.A Ijlh day of 1054. at Ill Lk.ln4 V'orld. skipped Monday and
Tb Wont 0 sho
40 of non Wail 4 i SI West feel to 0.741NOTIC
t as DESCRIPTIONS of tO. NW<4 of Beotlon only 110.0. Mid lt Nor. Ann.i W. Roux Parcel ?1 s uth rlorld.Av.n. Lakeland, went out boat He was a ed males 17 t 45 In a manpower .
I' PARCEL t SND 1-" rpt : : 3U Macy Street UTtD#71.R lorlda.. OF INTENTION TO Ii.
ikeeshim f. ,. 11 Rang at a point S64I I feet FaaterlyNortbweat oflb. Junior pool The period of military
Th. b Celga High
14 Rait aim dearrlbed LotaandVlS 4 corner of Mid West Palm Beach Florida proceed of the isle wi < MAKE APPLICATION FOR
'I'h. Eaat 40 fMt of the follow of W. Com I. Nan P. Vanwagenen Parcel #111 applied flrat to the payment thr FINAL DISCHARGE School service which may comprise

can'twas leg deeorlbad proiwrtyt lany'. Club .H.I. of lon. ..Istlng right of 2421 Ere Street, NW $RDOaWoohlnotoa coet* of retaking. alorlng. and In file: Ralate of considerable farm or
r Begin at Cl'. Bill corner of th. and .. Tre I.k.. Containing 0.21 ., ., or .ale of old motor vehicle and th. MARTHA B. NTH, factor
plat thereof
NW" of II..Clon 7. TownshIp IIFoulh HI.hl.nd. pr a. lar. D C emit of of notlo. work as well as .
recorOd In Plat I.. T J. Poppell INiroel # publication oaal. pecMled AllIs Is In his 10th sea
know Ra..r. CC Eaot, run thnncnWe.a 101-A, Publlo: Record pag PoCounty k Ownert. T. Hall It anJeannette Nora Hart IBRD #HPoppell .1 and then to the satisfactIon T AL WHOM JT MAT CONotice three: and Prime Minister
la".y Pppel as wrestling coach at the year
ado f..t along the mld-aeo 1f ). hi. wife.Subject :>f the bslsnro d". und the eonmaca so
tlon line. tberre Nor.h..., 148 "Iorlda. being 01 tol Mortgage In favor Drv.Ik.l.nd covering the financing of .aid I* r.rbr given that I US Military Academy 'Castro set draftees' pay at seven

bit feet, thence Eaeterly' MO fee*. old Lying within 40 feet of the of Klrat Federal saving and LoaAMoclatlon ,J.hl.nd. motor vehicle. Any aurplu. will be have filed my final report aa An a

thenco Houthorly Stl feet to thpoint .ly line of Slat Road S.17-A Section of LaklandARCIL Harvey T. I. Jr) ParcelJeannelte #1 paid to you and you will nmaialiable cilia? Administrator with Wannexed LIOAL ADVIIIT..M.IIIT pso month
next of b.glnning.S.lng .. 11 SND ItS, ilali SRD #1 for any balance n.noalnlngunpaid of the '.'.1. of MARTHA NOTICE TO IDDSR.S refugees reaching South

id In that part of tald propnrty 110., right of way DRAINAGE IA.MINT 2"/0 C. H. Imll > 16 tinder acid contract K. NYI deceaied: that I h.n Sealed bid. will b* received In Florida after conscription was
lying within 10 foot of the survey Containing RIGHT STATION P. OBox Peopea Hank of Lakeland filed Pitltlnn for d .- 'iha ffct| of lh. Plutrlct ForiwterKlortda ,
also'ered Lin Of 8B ,.17.A. Section 1170LEBS I I.... .7 acre, more That of: ..0.7 Scott Lake Road Laknland. Florida charge. and that I will fn.1. to Fret Bervlr. Dlnrlrtofflo adopted said they fled Cuba because

exlitlng rlihl of way ALRO that part of at, d.. Begin p.r lila Northweat lakeland.. Florida a.7IS he Hon. RICHARD A. BRONHOounty *. I.k.lan". until 3:011: the draft was a schemeto
.. em.ror "
Containing 0.41 aero. more or lea .rlb.d lying within. tlollowlng th. NEVi of NEU Fin Federal lava Parcel #1 Judge of Polk Counlv Fir: P.M. .Forid. Iu.Attrt fnllahlng >
ball Owner: Odell Bader a* Eiecutrlx prp.r and bound. dicrlptlona .. NWU of said th II, Township lng and Loan SRD #111,1AaMclatlon PUBLIC NOTICE 1 Ida n the llth day of Apri. 18. -buldii..rl !:'pop., make Cubans work for pica
of the Batata of Albert BaderPAMCtk ., LakilandOrang NOTICE) GIVEN top approval of the ..
of 18 HEREBY yune
Oo.wItiComnnonrlng 21 non I pllo., 'nil I required pay
bltey d......eL I at tha Northwen .,loUlh. lan.fort 1 E. and TannMM* Avenue that by order of th. City Com ml. Inal discharge a. Ancillary Admltrator :: f,,r the construction of'levIn ::1

tat S SHD 4.... '.11 corner lection 7, Town 181 feet thenc. Wont COO fee: jikeland. Florida I I Ion of th. City of Lakeland, Florida : with Will anneird of ihr .rl boone. and olhnr The Cuban radio said rcritsaccepted

nora 1IOMT OF' WAY shIp 11 OllO.Rang 14 Bant aK .heno. North ..feel to tb. point Flonle Pipkin Moore Parcel Tb. Weit 40 feet of the W..tof % point 111410 fact Wait of the of beginning H Mo. SBD# 111 1 In th* Commlmlon 1 ot ton o..eLTN. Bid condition* b

litey tfc* BWK of the ME:* of 80 I Northrait corner of the NWH of Lying within rot each side of Route I. rily Hal at 10:00 th* I.h fh dar of March. "". he obtained, soIl plane and aneolflcatlone notified by their draft boards

Jim tlon T. Townahlp dearrlbed SI South...Rang LotSO h. NEt of Mid Solon 7; run 8 Droln. J.m.n.1 Cnl.r Ln.on Scott Lake Road I dar .f Api. A. 1 IID4, for thpurpo. NF F. IJNDIR Anol.. examined I at the office ol report to recruit depots after
Ji Baat: alao .akeland, Florida .* the
South SfW feet : prpo..dnm.ndm.n. Dlatrlot Foreiter. Florida For
and II, of V F. Mallam andCompany's .h.n. lolon 18710 U. S. of Parrot 1. .. en.ld.rnr SOnOn nI Wi 'up their civilian af
to th. point of thoontlni. .Contnr Uo. .. asfollow.t Department # 1 Orlnano. Na of the e.tate not> Service. P. O Box 1017, Lake wiing'
'sted club Colony Tract of South .llnalnl 751feel A.rl.ul.ur SRD#015, 10 109 reolamlfylng no MARTHA 12 NYE. land Flnrl, fair.

Lakeland Highland recorded according to ; South Wit 44.40 Commence on the North boundary .. AdministrationNorth toll.lnr deaorlbed land, twit 1..d. The Florid.. Service re.
Book t.n. 0'01
In Plat
Itart thereof feet Wee of Bectlon II. TownshIp n BroadwayBarlow B7IION .
f.c. ; I .r. right to reject any end/
Nor .. lh
pan 101-A. pablo record of 4111 : 444Weat South Rang at a Amumlng the Fut II.. ef the THE CIRCUIT or all BENT-OVER FRIEND
me fo. p'n
I E.t
Polk County. Florida, being that loulb Pipkin ld"P. ., OF
W A *
,14 feet North 89147 fuel 1 NIi.14 of ?. Townahlptl THE TENTH FLORIDA FOREST SFRVICH
con- part of said prprt lying within O'14' Wet Mil joel to tr. point cors.r of 4 of th NW'4 '/0 W. Ray larn. II#11' 0ltb. Range t4 East to h CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Murk Moorman, Dlitrlct Foreatir TUCSON, Ant. (AP) Constructlon .

'iies 4*. feat of th .u" Clan of BR of beginning. of Mid Section 1: Mid brIar P O Box due North and Bouth. begin POLK COUNTY IN CHAN 17.701 company owner Harold
17-A. SectIon 1170 to the South Florida I tha lIlt of Mid NFti and 'Oi
LEan eilellng of wa on curve 1.I.nd.
guy LEeS latlng rlgHi of warContaining r.h. .rOwnert easterly. encv.a .. 11' of 1729 Cu..d Parcel #U run .r.along the Eaat In. calv No. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. Irvin checked In at the offics

ght. *.1 acre more e I.... I.Containing. .e. f.t I thenc fr a.Tangent Bear Lind.Cuitred SRD#117, 125 of Mid NBU a dltnco of 117 P..12. XX Ook II THE OF TINTM THE STATS JUDICIAL Or. FLO CIRCUIT late one Saturday afternoon.
ALKOITlrh Mil heater Drive foot. thou. North. Weita
Horace H. and II Weat noattothwa.torlt FIRST BAVINU8
ark I per of: BIlMheth A Jonea. hIs Jo., along saId La.l.nd. rl.rd. dletin of 117.S 4'0". then A8HOCIA110N AND LOAN ) IIIOA IN AND FOR POLK He found a man crouched un
ran M of ttio *WH of thaNB4 Blbj.t .: .Mnrtgag In favorof III feet baoan do eur.. VI.t Parcelluik hit SnoUt 41(4 Wit dlitanc ciry, til, etc 01, oaRIIr: COUNTY der a deik
NO U 102
8ctlon T, Townehlp 0.vmn.. and loan to begin Eaae. of RICO 115.10 1 1Tru.te. of 10 feet to point on th.Stat. .o.
en I 14 Baat, alao a.rlb" e- ._ l.d..1 Lakeland U'I" Center Drln.r.*, run theno. .. .IIon.T.t.. Road Department. .___ Plaintiff, NOTICE OF. SUIT Asked Irvln: "Wat.r you

ballront a 10 and W, e( W. ARCtt 10 SRD 40.P. South II'8'14" Rant 1(0 feet .0 inder Il'. In4rw In., aald point rAJIEsT : et MTI1INI. NATIONAL BAN doing down ther

Colony F. Tract and of Company L.lad.Highland Club- That tinrt RIGHT ofTha : OF WAY sod ton Lln.Mid ... Ea.em.nt c.". Puit.: deoeaied Streetampa deacrlptlon lbs : ..llnlnl for thnr this I.*t 1..*CAMCIAE' National l'ITERHBURO.lankln. A..ol.ton.. Replied the man "Oh. Just

age *. according thereof ?NHtt of BWU, LPRR THE Ltd nlitlng r.h. of way. VI.rld. Colitis 41'U' Wool .Io. NOTICE .n.r.n"onl PI.lntl. waiting for a friend."

recorded. In Plat Book 1" pagelot "Jlat 100 feet of th. North IDA fee Containing 170 IU' f..1 more Ads Mar Prultt, Parcel 110 Stole Road rieht.of.way a 411. Nolle la hereby given that, FRANK-"'- He was booked on suspicion
A. Publlo Record PolkCoontF th. of Hectlon II. Townablp 18 I.. .Idow BRD#1.a tan'. 01 I feet, run tho'e .Ian t te a final decra of =: ALRIR90N. a alnglonan
Florida, .1. Moon U. Mlaalaitppt, Avenue r etc, .11. of first degree burglary.
'I'm In. Rang 14 El" lying with. Ownert Pipkin Inutl Boulh 41'0' Ka.t along saId ('Io.u. entered In tOn above
Lying within 41 foot of an In 40 feet of th* a,irvey line at and IU.h.1 I Moore, bar *k Florid. right.of .lln. a dl.tanc. of ..u.. In lbs c'IrrIlt TUB STATIC nl.n"an..
oth- of *unr :
tereectlon right way y Cirtrud. Cour
Section 137 II
01110 Road 8 17 A. 1700 B.rba. P..I"P feet, thence elong a ciineto Polk County. I TOI -
,d I tin* on flat Road S 17-A. Section. aid aurvay being aa Subject tot Mortgage In tenor laltland the right, having Vradlu.. Iha pn perty FI"rld. lk Any unknown aimuaelira OF HiAmNa
d..lbd Coun :
14700. Hid aunroy U. beingde folluwil In. 'nf Parmen Home Admlnle'r.'on Cor.rl, B.rbr. (rrd. of Ml feet' an- o dl.lanc. of ty, Florida, IJn.: it granteei. uilgneel. Honors TO WHOM IT MAY CONCSMNl
truiteei. other claln
ButJOut or
rrlhed Begin tbe of rAMcau iy 550 ui 110 tl feet to tho Intenectlonwith .dllor. In of Section M
.foloWI at .othH.t corner Lot I A 401 ,
Begin at of. Section TTown.hlp ,, HW, of Section II. Town.hlp DRAINAGE ..AUMaNTIIGHT 145 Weit A..nld. Palliada the North right.of. LAW7k :LLtl; { Lake, ,. through iIIdOror.islnat Florida, Stalnlm, and Hectlon I!.

21 South, Rang 14 East,: lh SnaIlRang. SI Eait, run STATION "0.7 Sun Clemente. Cl1ol' line nf IT H Highway No 8., land IrA plat and FRANK AI.RIIHON. a tingle man., I 07(3), Florida I Administrativerode

at a point 241407 feet Sulh.rl, thence duo North lOUt font to the the South of Jon Prultt 1..rl.k Parcel, soy run them. South U'13'IS" t " In MUHlt. 1. ALI'llON. .alna lOS Florid Air l-ollmlnn

rely of the Northweat oom., beginning of curve concave tothe th* NE:* of th* NE:* tIle NW* 0143 O.I.o L. taD#15-IC along aald line adlfttame 49. p..* I. Public .I.t Bol auljoct.ln. of thla suIt pnnportv .ntrl CnmmlMlon at th.Florida
NEtt of sell 7t run having a radluinf of Section Town.hlp M clary. of feet thenreSouth PC Ik m.t. ntru* ,
ft to, l.uthw.l.r' II Sout 130 You are notified thatSuit Mltl.1
It II Tarcel 'Inrld. a AI"lfIUml
ally South ., .. Nonilowr.tarty R.n ft. 14 at .point Raymond Andrew # I'I7' along said Together Heater f.aliolond l "
rca .nd lnt.rectlen right c( way emL 7110 salt a.r. IM feet W. of tbe b..nd..o the 'rultt SaD 5la.It night-nt.way line a dl.ln.. Oven, and : Unit, all 1 ... e.rh b..n of tIm dsgalott1OIl 10 1IMJ4, '.rl I'h::' of 1 o'clock
.. MU through a central angle of ..'00' NE'4 of NW* at laid .. II; '!I W..t Margate of 11 feat run thence .rlnd permanently 1IrI NA'I'IONA7. Jfon. N by phic.. or a. anon thereafter a*
the ef B A K
*nI.tlng right way. I.... te the end of eald curve) thence run thence West to a point 144 (hlrago 40. Illlnol curve to the right having aradlu. nt public ..1.! t. snd I (I'I'IZINI, lartlea In Intel-out may ha heard.
hen Containing 0 024 acre more. or North) 4400' Writ 42.1 feet to frt Riot 01 tho Cauthwot e'roarof Ray ('irenool.Tao an are dli.tance eat bidder for nash, hl.h.t* h' 0. lT .PI1'EIMHURC. N.'ton.1 hall cnndiit hearing relative to
nd TettaTUnger In .
not Owner; Carl Langr and Mu --. the beginning of concave tho HEld of tho Nil:% of tIle. CollectorCoorthuo.. 't', thenco Front Door of the Pool lout, entitled A.'I.I.n,that propoord lb enenuon,1
his wife) Lul. te the Northeaiterly havIng a NW14 or Hid Oonllnn 11: th.aO around the right, Courthouie In Birtow r' ( in Florida Air pollution Control
the and ull.Mercui, wl. radlu of III 10 feet; thence North North 1 1 the North boundary o Rartow. Florida' h avinCar"UI.. .. of 141)11 '. ween II:00 A M, and' lire d"M: 2 0gr.An.hereby.. required to fllf Comml..I. R it*. and I..ulal.n
In The Parcel *IP .1 'our with the Clerk olhi
Subject 0' M.t. la.o weetarly along Mid rurve B&l.71 Mid Bectlon II. thenc. along Ilr. N.tlono en are of oil the 14th dar of March a*
the Madonnapick E.I dl.lnot 17. f..1 Court. and to h..tolnr.
lank ClOD a.
f Harold O #11 oopj
.4 feet tmu.1 a central angle of aid North boundary point Chi.. th.n.. .rOnd .'UI. tn P H 8LOAN. JR hereof Plaintiff Number AdministrativeCode
the or Plain
upon II
hi. wlr. end of saIl curve: North of th* Point of Beginning: 'ruete.Dearborn left a 1041 M CI.rk Court .
, II .* CRTO.MT OF WAY aSD S.11 41'11 North S'lS' East 1121 IS feet henr. South to th. Point of Be )Monro and C.1 feet, h.vlnl.r r"lu.. .. of Ul 00 (SEAL) Clmul tIft's Attorney 1.1: andudtro.o 1'he propnitd change. or amendment .

te the beginning of a curve ccn Inning I... and except th* Wot Hlr.t feet to Intermctlon with B ViVIAN ADepuiy PURVIS AI.REIT WIRJ.Y. to he considered .Into tot
Wt S* f eil of th* 10 lOilnol.NOTICE at .
ti- Tb Not 1.. the Faaterlr having a vs.di. C.I fMt of the North III t..t there.of. the nloltt.of.wnv'line Clerk Atorn. .I. t" ( .ertlon* M.101. Air Pro
1 .
or the olth..t.r. Ill.lon
NWI4 OF RULE Lsneerb not
SS. f..l of the NE' ". 1721II fe.t thence North I NII No. IWMemorial > .e.IRII. Flo.ld. hlhlted II 1.04
cot of Section *, Towmihlp II : .rly long sail curve IM fontihrnuili Lying within IS fe.t each, aid TAX NOTICB lleclara ( Hlvd ), run thtncaKottb U.78 Her than priIO. 11. Meaeure Rrlolmnd I 18-1M. Viola-
14 East being that part Ion of Taking baa boon filed In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT If you fall Pro :
central ot 111 to of Dralnag I3aamnt Center 411 1 n.r. .
angle a
a E..t along Mid Ion. 18 I 01 of Fluo.
eepIii Quantltle
Kid Si foot 4'0' TENTH + Content 0. ...In.t"ou !
within .
lyIng II'.siisves by IhoPttltionor JUDICIAL CII0CUI'POLK
cauM, ,
port tho end of laid curve: tbenci Lln on BR S 17 A. Bectlon 11700Id rlght-of lln. a dln'ancaof "I rid.. Injurlou to Cattle) and aucli
of th ., .1 SR S 17-A .. the acquiring aiithorltf COUNTY, FLORIDA 1 fir relief demanded In
LI. I II 4e5.74 feet to Center being
Section 1170I 1..t t. followetCommence Ln. d.rlb.d three proceeding. of the takng 104." feet to the point ofbeginning IN CHANCIRV. he Complaint .lour m.t.r aa may properly I

ust .ESS suitIng ef wayt beginning .ur. en.a. North bound of th. shone land. C.I No Pocket The nature of naM ault being arIes pursuant to tHa nolle andpurpoosnloo
all rtht., or I.*.. the louth..rl, ., a rlu. on the d.rlb.d now on.d a* C.I (Com..II,,, Pag 184. I top forecl o.reo f mortgage re. Id h.rlnr.
ontalnlng a.1. morn of .,,. Noth..t.r. .ry of Section II. Town.hlp 50 .the purpn' let In th to be No 141 AI,I. andlealrlng
> 17 Petition In tbl lit AIght .no .rl..ll.d .MARY LOU SHARON OLOVBR rorded In Official Record Book .rnIONI
ork X"l.prl.. curve 414II outh. Range at a poInt soausolv ,
V..t. I before Cum
ARcrstl"i"t C ( | Hid
jv" t.r : Comm..I,11 02. psoa Public Record ol
.f" of and draInnafor .pp.
his .AICIL ; angle of 4I'I7S' easn fed nf the Jtorthwo.trorton way of to Th. of 11'. North _._ Plalnur. PolO <_ ,unty,8\1 covering nlmlon at hearing .h.1 ib.
R0MTNSTATION tho North of saId SectloiII of th* NKVi of the a portion d 150 feet of th* NF< of the NE>4 nit a .. for In-
IM+7IJS .nd. NW\ Labs Road), 1' lklF': WILLIAM CHARtER OLOVER, Lot 7 In ', A, of CALD.WELl. Rqu. Ap..ranr.
at a 17 feet of thlNorthweet of Mid IS; Mid
of .
put lolo pint Renllon l 1 a.hIP South, then
North II nd that an. of thcircuit brie
of the NE* 01the ng theOothosstrly 1.I.nd.n' .
: corner on
"n.. Range 24 vi.". In .Id proceedng
bis of the feet ef radlu. ofnei In th. Tenth Jdid.I laot.And Of according to 'iith.root e Int.rol
t"tool NW of saId Section 11 a Co.r NOIC.
.r \ h..ln. TUB OK1 In Plat Book Twelva ( n coplea of ..Id
o tO aotln L11 .1.lnr right of way. 572.04 toss,. from .a .tangun* the llth of "Iorld.. t will.. 111 an, Txrla. n and 15. Block P Lot (TATI FIOKIDA OLOVK TO 17. .r'oM. Record of lie'|iiet for Appearance ahall b.oubmiltol .
1. South 4710 II Weal P' I.
Toa.hlp I 'otl acr nor* I.' CHARLJ1
12, Block A 1-oti IIthrough
ase I laid .t 1:00: o clock afttrnoo .hru.h JR.: Whote and : Florida together .!
Bouthweiterly along eurvM ".Id.n. Clunt.
(ontalnlng .18 mer or ls.e.IwnrI 1 Lea* .I run OP.lIft" th..ot. In Circuit Court Chi m- 1$, Block Lota 1 Ing stir. M.trlct of ".1. with ." described MR. DAVID B 1.1. Secretary
ns, .. I ALSO that pert of the above diacrlbed I feet through an angl of and S, Block C, IBi I throughS .1 (ollm. or which Air control
properly are
( 19th E llurldA
Polk Jn.rpr. Ine lying within II'., to bagln D.ln. 1om.nt b.r at IAk.l.nd. F.rld.en.ldor Block K. and I. Rink B..I I.m. .. ,,
tel aegL 4 S-1. 190 following po.r and bounda Center I,)Ine. Declaration of appolppralner R, EoW ln ,, D C. In and, Inalalled n
S'h O, of LAKFSIDB1 ADDITION lm. P. o Boo tin
RIGHT OF WAY .. Rant 110 feet to said and make such order so .Ufl.d thatlit a I a
ay. TOot part 01: rlptlontCommence at Southeast eor 37'1". Center Lln*. tho ( deem .. All pot'. lakeland, Florida a. per .. .. fllagalnit I pro vitt,00l.on: said land: J.'k.onii. I. Florida
feet ef the Wont th 1m.nt 'our .rop. recorded In the publlo In 51011, Wall Heater. Model *151 not March 17. IlllBY '
ler The South 1SI air of Hid of Section LItHO ( of way. 105! t lull partlea ittrrrslad you the abov. entlilaua.i bioniCs
110 font of the NW* ef the NE''Town.hlp 14 .I. Containing 1,01 acre, more may appear.1 I be hear record of Polk County, Florida, and that you are WI'N'11 mv hand the aral of OaPKK of If* I All
uc. I. TownshIp fl BoutTung I lou'h. l.n. e. And required to Conny Pollution ( introl' CommlmlnnHDNU .
Bf Section feet I. t tOo time and aerve a rot yon.wer 1..0. Ilk
within l& tbenci rn 111. I pi. d.laa..d The East ltd I feet Lot II, t Florida, thf March. (.RDtIUI by thl
1'a 14 E.! lying to of : ,. Ownert W, A PipkinFARCIL You. and each you o or otbor written defeneipon .. Ih ANI .
b.tnnlna rD the Fait 511.00 Lot II, D Florida ('t,trol
font ot 'M ., los of Clot.ltoad .II fnat to 11 SRO 127, 12S b y commanded to by tillni lot Walter W. Manley, plaintiffttorney 4 IP8.
.cIt'a 5-57.4, old tba.. 1' right of way line of RIGHT OF WAY .n .... to th* .n.P.Uto heretoor of the R..lhdlvl.II" nf Lakehurat whole addrei. la P. 0lIon H SLOAN JR. at T.nll Florid. this
belneT "deac-lbe* n.tol gubdlvl.lon Clerk of the Circuit Court 7lh dar of A D 1 *4PAVID
In thl Ihs LliAnd 114, '
aur'vOl of en- onef or
eald right That |>art f.d Lk.l.nd. Ilorld. :
In. Raa l-n.A. old "Florida so pr plat (COURT UK AWBy B LKK HecrataryFlorida
follow.' of way concave TOo !WMt 121 feet of the Soul tied on or brfor the :'re .roh,
Bagi, at tb* louthw.nt comi to In. avnjthweeterly. bavlngradlul IIII feet of the South H of tOo Ca v of March, 1114. to how whatnigbt corded In th* publlo record A. I> 1M4. and blor 0 Immed VIVIAN A. PURVIS Air 1.luUol Cuntrol

of tI'. SEI'" or SectIon I. To"n.hlpI' l. IM.10 feet: UlrtbwMterlr .. Houth H of the NWk of the SEn % till Intend, a lien your Polk County, .Inrld. .t'ly thereafter ""l the D"puty Clerk ( ovaniluloAIT7HI

louts. P.JIg. 1 East altiSMSPZJPitT along laid carve Bectlon TownshIp tl South any of you bane to soy Clerk of th oahoves" ', ('"_ ___ _ _ _ _
of V. Itn'nl'el"l p' .r lOs .. described land, .ttI Tbe too feet nf the loutl he original of .aid an.wer or solo
? 117 20 ft through an ang1 Ungo 14 le.e tho South IMt .
SOI of the
SWIG 01 I theses North SI*4155" how en,.. why the Mme shield f.t KW4 written d..n.., I any
II'" of "Id Uo'IIol 1- run Pant 41 : thence due North I Lying.h..f. feet of the ..on.V. not be taken for th ueea and purpoe NK< : Section T. Town.hlp ISSouth If you fall to ao. decree pro fabulous secret formulae'
jS-V W... "".0' 4 Staag.24 Eaat. infeaeo will b.
Nar" .. II17 : thenc. duo Fait 40 feet ., lln. of Suite Rod'I.I.A, set rG.b th. Petltlo entered again
feel to boundary o] te ". lied herein not for th. relief demanded In th.
d" South feet 11700. Mid thrmuli
e.ld Section I *t a point 114*. point th.n. beginning 11.n. t. lon a* follow WITNESS my band and this ...1 Ixite 1 fl. Block I, Kaaurlr of tbe NOtw.t LEaH o exletlng rlgM of way. Id.8 the HouthwMt corner n aald Court on this 17th day 01 Lots through 11 o' I my band and offlcl., for banishing
1. lxU I through II, .
of said Berllon Itjusa iolika at barlow. Polonnty
orOwnert or of I. 010.
Conlalnlnr 101 the Township
henfe. .n. 10r. lolon } lllR. LoIn II through U. )
lining rlghta of war I.... I' But, at S /.i"i.Ai.Dih ., Jlorlda. thla nth day orebruary.
' Containing 0 IS .more or IMCOwn.ri Marvin lulh.. I. West of tboutheaat 1i.b th. Circuit Court of Tropical ClaM lubdlvl. A ., 1004.ISEAL .

H..ld Marvlll. and PARCEL 11 .Plpln." 100, 114 corner f.t ef the SW(4 01 of Polk County, Floridai ; ci Ion, Vlorlda. ( ) I. H. HLOAN. JR. hair

na.e.t. Edna C. H.I. hi. w fe.Hubject RIGHT OF WAY 01'. Mid Section I: ..untb.n. OTCOROB C. CARR plat r.or.d thaJulilln Circuit Cour gray
Mo. .. In favor part the of SI01 0.II. Want HID,0 Of Counael record County, Uy Lttolle

of Lakeland Saving. sad1i.n H of lot H IIW\ of focI th* Northorlr 01 JOHN IL PBWFLLi Deputy Clerk
the NZt t .na. And
A.eorlallon.'A"ctyo.rT of I. Town.rlp n a MONT J TILLIH JR. I.. FROM
B.Clo. 0141 IIo' pint 14. f. Lot t? of take Parker alD n.I Rang. Bait lying with Et.rl, GI' C CARR Florl Cub IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, !
of. WA In U feet of lbs Survey 1.10. ofstato .Id Section .. A ttorney* fn Petitioner Ad"llon. I.kl.nd. In th. TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, A remarkable
Road f 17-A. Section 1170 o .* ..ltlng right of war. P. O. Box per plat rof" POLIO COUNTY, cll.
lal.'YI. 'rho Nortl 4 of tile 'oll '4. aid sun,., being d.lbe Containing Oil acre, nor R.raw. Florida publlo i record County, IN : Not s gtronf I
.4 II'. ** rf the Oh.NZk ) ".. "lo.lda 'V"IOA .
No.1 .. follows: I.. I. as A'SOtgia Cue NO 111. The. Greeks tars always teen snesoyrlnsnocsciaiqoutuu.16
0. TownshiP
the Southwell V. K. Cuitred and Un on.4 .
Begin at eo.ror Ownert (. to and their lovs of Is
,). lotlcm
10 South Rang. S4 E..t th* RE*" of Section 0. Town bl wife A".d' t.Iud. WIIIie. lame fo cuc s goalie dial raduillychange
4 Cu..r. Reld ntlat A 1
be. Lying within Si f. tt. ann.w.v folB.gla .hlp W 8outh, Rang. 14 E'atone S, lub. Mortgage In favor 111I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI: .1.II.d ".. IAINCEI McCABe beauty. No "Od.r I gray to Bitunl-looUni
hal beln* ...rlb.4 1214.0 ft W.. nl Llf. Iniuranc. fompanr TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Plaintiff
pint t., OF Intereiud p.rtir. and rltl many Orecb men and women color -la 21 days less And
I In lnw., or lbs PARCEL II iso II.R FLORIDA IN AND FOR FOLK. Al o
at the Senthweat 0" daubing further Informationwith refui te allow their to look occasIonal ace keepi it hat )
luJ'opht the SEA I. RIGHT OF WAY COUNTY IN'" CHANCERY reference ROT McCA RR, Defendant, ba wyleldl
of the SPA of Section 4. Townehlp North 0 II WMtet .r That part of: MORTGAGE FORIC.LOe.URg to the propo.oda.oordm NOTICC or. SUIT ) Instead at lbs sIgn of ThersinoconfuiloaaboutshadettThis
tl South, Rang II Eat at 5p.l.t the Northerly Th. SWU of tb. SBU *f See. otoaro reqti.ated to con- TIeR STATE .
I. to N*. or Fl OKIDA TO
of the CO. .2UI..t11PLI lit the Amended Zoning I Map ofIhe turn to a fabulous This lotion works
Ind 1111.0$ font W..t saId Section I a point tb on 5. TownshIp Rang* HOT MoCABF. realdene
Soutbea.t corner cf the SW a of foci 1..11 I th* Nortt 1.1. .24 Ea.t. I Iutl VtDIRAL MAVINI.OP City of lakeland In the offer and addre Dl.ndat. Grecian formula that chsnses for ,: ,,redhead*.
1 1 the SB* of anAl l.oOIo. 51> run Dectlon I. Lying within 49 feet tb. Bar of the CII Buldlnl In..oto. .t You ( dIn
hair natural looking
.' cHili cm.o Id o LKILND. a corporation the are h..h "un.d thatlit 5 gray to ,color. Just the roots of lbs
irdbe th.. North $ West right of ,. Line of SR B Seellon CI H.I. I.k.lod. FlrldL.hlh for been fledtalnit
the law of th dlv.e. h.
boun.lary. ol LEII .1.ln. i: to *,secret formula that Is now being hair
the Northorly seepusodbAnnerIcasrnenudwomoa ,
ta more *rJimert laid being tt
: alUd Slat. of A you the abov *ntltledcan. 111
I .1 rl of shone deacrlbed OrdlnaNo ..
Swrtlon I at a point ... .. .. m.rlO. .,
old I. foi" : Plaintiff, 1(111 and lhat you ara h..b, r.- slay .w.,. Start
.. Kuurly of the fl".t1m. Hubert B. Holm, Jr.and at 8onthwit comer _._ qulnd to lerv* a of your with 0
An opportunity to b. beard at great aucceii-oasciAHrokMULalo. roiMvu-14 today .
eol -JJOpluiu*
.. et Hid Section 4. franc H Holm., hi. wife nf th* HEVi of Section I. Town.hlp FRBFRT W. JR newer or other defeniei -

tm exuung right ef way. wr Hiibteot tot MortiM la favor II .Ith. Inr. 14 1.. at .pn. and NORA ( MOM. hi*, aid tm. 'and 41 place .lh will referenco b* upon TROIANO AND IOBIR'rl S.tall!,
do Coatalnlns S 1. more Savlnga lad Loan of .m.ndm.
> a
lea.. o 1011 F.d.r Lakeland; and aortgag. om.. of th SW' of tb* SE\4 o f .If.MAN, Xru.tee, gives' /./ R. OttOMAN r P.'g" : 1:2r.l'k:::, Florida, GRECIAN FORMUIA-16 :
lay 0"0 Jay H. poppsflPAOCII. la I..o of A. W. aid S.Clo : thane* Northi'll' llctcnd.nti, City 1 on lord d.y of f
JIlt I SOD U-II. z.l. tl tooL .. IIMOI feet to the NOTICI TO DEFEND City C.rl.ComPrl. Mah. ., and before or
tI RIGHT 0' WAY OCAINAGE EASEMENT NOrtherly boundary of Mid Seeon TOI HB.RBFRT w, IIOMON JR P-771 o L..I.n. "ord mmedlately thereafter to file with
'a past o PARCEL 12 SOD SIRLATERAL I at a point 11411 test Baatrly and NORA U IIIJMOI4, his t 1.. Clerk of the above atyled
heP Northwest corner DITCH RIGHT of the Northwest corner ., Bout. |, Box 104 Clan IN THI CIRCUIT COURT Of. THE Court the original of aswnr:
.r tt.'so.tnYH e the North 4of STATION 117100 said Section I.LM North Carolina,, TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA5 or laid written dote..a, any. .
IsO Aouthk the BW01 the North H of the eil.tlng rlghta 01 tont IN AND FOR POLK If yon fall to do 10, dicree pro

the Nl'" o Saotloe I. Towsahtp I of 8E% of Seo Containing (17 sore, :: .r IKVTNO I. LtCHTMAN Trn.- COUNTY. IN CHANCIftVMtX nfHO will I b* entered again

II _u R. 14 .; n, T"\ I* bulb Range te*. ./. Ine., 1111 K MANTCfl EXCHANGe you for the relief demanded In th.
th"M li ** '16 within H feet at. Ownert TOO .". .. N.W., WaahJngton I,' SAVINGS BANK, a New YorkCorporatIon Complaint,
Rail 141 feel .. Sooth 11, .". *servo lice .of Tampa, Trl... It.t WITNESS my band and official:

f.. tk.n.0 Wint 141 fast t t. -IJ-A. Section wi o Andrew YOU HEREBY NOTIFIED PI.lnUf.n. eel of office at Bao Polk

paInt of boginniog.Lplng aid urvr line being Morlbedfollowet J. Pniltt, die.a.idSublect that *. All be.a brought again County. Florida, Jl day of .
) within n feat .r the sun.'i7 a. tot 'en.. yon saab. you CIrcuItCoort (AR.OLY P. RDtpDtAR? and hnury, X D, 11.
line of Stale Road BI.A Commence etl t b e Sth"lt trIoS v.eted In of t:* lhl"JJ Clrit INEART. hi. wits. (SEAL D JR.
ler Sotlo.,1C71 i A said sorTs la. I. .corner of II,. SB 14 of Bank of Chicago, Tnietee Aura I In and for Polk <'nunty Florida Dl.nd.n,.. (' .rk Circuit Cour
ed Is g deeorlbed M follow.I 'ownehlp 10 Rang. .PaiLsaId ubect 1 th* bnflcll InUrMteeated In Chancery, by FOLK 'FED MOlt'rIlAIIIO OlJUIIIRI By Dorothy B
Be.ln at th* Boutrwert vmr corner 10 Wo.o following pron: RAL RAVINOH NOTICE Deputy Clerk -
In SK4 .f I. Town the South-rant corner of the l da Mar t, Barbara Oertrud.Baltland OF LAKELAND a- TOI CARROLl P. tr-44 STOMrJCH UPSET HEARTBURN? ACID INDIGESTION?

arer Slpll point S".h... r.;. Wo I E St thesnuthwa a ,IW.. of.the. IE'1.of. Mid I'llWet Section ,n"....Pit, Rearteklaymond nro.Uo milting. Statei under of Americae the law., TOU ARE. l.ul..I.IINEHART..NOTIFIED IN TENTH THE CIACUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT Or. THI OP

eme or tho SW' c 1503.14 feet to dralnag MM- NAMSS AND AOORIIStS OF Mme being a salt to for. that suit baa been brought ..In. FLORIDA, IN AND .FOR) POLK
CEll 5.rtlon 4: urvr lln.: ran thence OSFCNDANTS SBCTION .ou In the Circuit Court
old me. In.* th. mortgig. on the followIng COUNTY IN CHANCSMVCM
tl' North r Weal UlO.0ltoot But IM fast t. end S.17.A deaorlhed Tenth Judicial Circuit In and fHoik INEWI Carbamine
' tl NG 1'2' 17.1 property: N* 42211 Docket SI Try
0- t. th. Northerly .nd..of 114 MMmenl .", a. Parcel "l BraIn at UrII corner efPHIVATB County Florida In Chancery Page Ne 257
4 it tbaatarly lecutrK of tOO SRO# MICO'iIANICMIIkCHANUEOAVINOd
03Cs saId ..tton .4. I I 1.1 PARK by BANK OK WE!?.
of the lorw..r In.* *i let Ing right o way E.ll of Aber Pads, *:e show on Replat of Lot IIOn BANK a corporation NATIONAL WHITE PLAINS, a
.1 said .loa .. Coatalnlns ..H Mr*, more O d. I* and 104 to 161 of ECHOTERACI. tl.tlng under lbs law of the (lJBTtR first antacid with this 2.way relief
to "Ibtll .r w.v.CombinIng 'I '31 Woodward Drive.akoland an Addition the Htate of N.w York. the earn being lanllnr A.t.lon. I

.U acre, more Srtownorl : !od& Hart II FlorIda CI Alfrad. t a suit to forecloe. the mortgage _..- 11.lnUI.

CaIs owl.r. and ; 13 H.n'io art Langar P rel *. ,.mln.Li.plat FI"nda on the following described roalproperty RICHARD EARL SCIIAUBLItUlLlt. I I.Lsd1ic. lN NITALZ 2.OWUf CASSAMINS SOOTHflmim _
, WUI. L RIGHT Of etta Langer SRD #4.1 Ul K corded In Plat Book XI. Page et 000.OOu AND P5OMOT5I IjIALINU
Clonic F. his wIfe, no pool of I IN Lake H.ntl DriveLakeland. II. Public Record of polk Lot I of LAKH SHFPP "INOTICI Defendant ) AIIU.. Ol STOMACH ISSITCIIOyI

13 suhicot tel jas.m.nt Is favor 5oct11 of the sonth 14of Fod County Florida I and run Bait IHWHTI. UNIT #1. Winter OF SAL 1.Dl' -UIAIINI. ..- CAUUO IY IXCS AClbl'
.f EdwIn I. Nab.l .nd Bhlr.' A. toe North of aWN .r xiul* Par-Mil's 440 tail and North SCO feet for ,, d aa shown hi5t59 .,
C. Notice' la given that, (A..I .
bin wl.1 and a the NE% or lotl. TownhlpII Julia Marcu. SOlD #4.1 111-R .Point of for thisdoasnip000i plat thereof recorded to a br.b decree fo.pun..000t .. IMM. iht ,, .. 50u KORKU wftnn, f 11. Mwim ..r.dlCoaeno.

Ide I Hbl. o Life losurailonSRO South, ln. 1- lit Terrace War 1lanlnr ) 101 In Office of the CI.rl of oeure entered In the .hoV o en : : :::: I-.. .. ,WM-M -*M .M

Co..n'. Lying II ear. Lakeland Fod foet th.noeEasttsthoC.aai0 the Circuit Court In forPolk titlod cau.e In the ==.Ouna tc.>e p.o WAV
I' tel nay line of SR 17-A.. Section 1110: Harold O Parcel. l thenc South lo a point direct Florida, In Plat of Poll County. Florida. I Cor.. : .- ....lM.e touM tenet .
RIGHT 0' WAY ,.141 turvey Uao being _.11.Madonna Pick SRD#. R, 111 ly East of too Point of Beginning Book ; Includingpwlflrallr prooertaltuate In Polk Coun 0.1V "." CI _.. h.
e'Y- '.t partof, I 0,110w., Moatt Lak. 11& : thenc. W..I to tb. Point but I br way of :: Florida, described a*: .'II".I'lt!TN S 01 .., -
at th. lotith 000ia at the _tbwo corner Route 1. B. .1 of beginning for thl d.ecrlp- limitation the following item of Lot I. F. MFADOW. "AU.WA.IIU. fo _(_t
5w5 oJ of ,.I Ssli, ii
af th. th. PEN the SElL of .Clo T".hlp Lklnd. 1lod. tlon, equipment: LAWN Lakeland ,
tic, C, Township bOIlS. "".. :o Ran,. But at a Inc. Parcel #8O .nd yon are hereby required tolii. H uteri permanently lnatafl.4 IIBIIVIIIIN.
I Ia.h. ,.
r.I Rant, ." fast Wait of thelouthMit P. Bo. SRD*l.R, IJ will too Clerk of Hid Court Sod you are hereby to "Iorl. "rlnl pil 5.5.000 I. C'Itl_W".IDAn

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5-l1.A, of MM Section 0: Harvlll Parcel 55 'j a .
1. I lbs SEte ni. tonally or '. your Florida, ><,lk County Florida, Includ-' -
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lest to th* Northerly Ofsaid If any. to the Amended Complaintn or other dnt.soa. no
is donorihod ; : ."nd. If any the following equip 0'0" AO'AIV DT D
Cools' : : .t .onn.r Section I al a II' 11.lnd. Florida said lull on or .,0. Ihe Ut 1 th. Complaint In Mid eult on t CAO5AMINI I cone a.

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n-j.: $ *: Want tO. LESS eiletlng right of way. BENTLET MILLR. HINDFK. attorney, ap MIL DuoTherm Wall Heater .. _: ol
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.I''h rly ". I 14 SMO IM R 401 Ind I.B IRDI-I: If you fall te .. Ik.lad. Florida If you St "'.. to hlghMt and
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GENERAL TENDENCIES: 22) A smiling exterior a. :

A fixed problem that seems to I I. important despite any anNoyances jr1 a

have no solution II deceptiveif Interruptions, espe I .
you approach such an enigma cially at home Don't be too b

from the standpoint of expansive with others. Mod-

4 using the highest ideals to set eration in all things Is beat N t ems- r I

tie it. Don't get involved in policy. t
any back biting or dreary SCORPIO (October 23 to November 1 a1 11flof

controversies, but live in accordance 21) A little more tact 1 Npw1Ar
{ tl with humanitarian is required at home so that

principles and what you learn- unpleasant arguments are

ed from parents.ARIES voided. Listen to family and b
do not see persons who are not KINO o'TEAM = NcBcol' PAMPERS EVE BEEN cur HERSVvtRKN6rVfr'AMCFF- n
(March 21 to April
19) One who is a bit gruff in reliable They take a world of )is THIS ? THE PITCHER! ) / (

UNNr-Jitk .."",. hyliif rht l.k *f efifhlw manner may nonetheless be success from youSAGITTARIUS FOR TWO HOURS!

.( iMMftr, liutt' hiniMlf .IMchee Hi* UJiti, p.Aicul.rlyJo. very willing to help today He (November sj

.* Hunrlitgton. ... The J.ek I...., frajram' Merck 17, '10 or she Is very loyal Steer 22 to December 21) If you are

.flock M Ihi CIS T....;.;." Nttw.rk. clear of social function that i* not careful, you speak or act
fraught with silly gossip. out of turn and friend could
become enemies Keep busy at :
TAURUS (April 20 to May V
your desk? See that all reports I
I 20) Instead of think
Rita Hayworth Is Now carefully about arguing some,suggestion are CAPRICORN in order files(December clear, 22 :'. .

made by one with whom to January 20) You had better ..
Playing Serious RolesBy you do not now agree You
look into that new monetarydeal
may find it to be very worthwhile carefully or there Is much ::"''=0.'':: I Id N I .ft4

DAVE SMITH publicity. Abruptly In the late You have many obligations trouble later. Settle mleunderLetps -

Associated Press Writer seemed to meet.GEMINI ,
1950s Hollywood to standing between expert and

HOLLYWOOD (AP) Rita find less need of Rita Hay (May 21 to June ally at some other time Be

Hayworth long ago joined that worth services 21) Before you can reach the on your guard.AQUARIUS RENT SAYS COuLD'E IOROW YER r aEr nas i11LS.

handful of female stars, like She didn't look like Gilda goal you have set before you, (January 21 to PIN r MAKE OUT A POSTAL ORDER ? ) ExcITED% LADrr't3 FOR
Theda Bar, or Marilyn Mon- more research or experience February 19) By taking a firm hS POOLS
roe, who symbolize Hollywood any more but producers had a Is required. Forget about going stand you can now free your-
It'wf AP1.EAwRf
glamour-of the kind you men hard time visualizing the actress off on a spree Be serious self from some long-standing d = o !

tion In a posthumous tone, asH In any other context. She and get things in motion quick unpleasant condition. Difficulties -

to (ay, "Ah, those were the was the legendary love goddess iy increase if you do not act
I day." and pretty well discarded And MOON CHILDREN (June 22 quickly Rid yourself of the un- rr .

Hollywood put her through a not yet 40 to July 21) Present work and wanted, debris, etc. I

spate of films, and by the late Then, in 1958 she appeared situation seem almost un PISCES (February 20 to ", '_

t 1940s with such films as In the film of Terence Rattigam bearable, but a little more pa- March 20) Put aside pleasureat OCR;

"Gilda" or "Lady from Shanghai "Separate Tables" and tience is required before allis this time since there U

." she was the all.time love won critical acclaim in the well again Your control is much work ahead of you of B A

goddess, a living legend dramatic role of an unhappy being tested. Don't be a quit- real Importance. Don't forget of
40.ish divorcee : to help the needy tonight. esiYr,. t
Married I Times ter.LEO
Next came Glendon Swarth- (July 22 to August 21) Avoid place where you could I
But Hollywood wasn't al Don't be alarmed if into trouble
I I out "They Came to Cordura partnersare get
beer and skittles for Rita a i In which she scored again u a acting rather strangely IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN Mitch Miller Says NBC'StringAlong'
veteran of 33 years !In film. mature unglamorous political they are under pressure of TODAY he or she will be one WORRY CLINICRailroads

1 She went through five mar- I irisoner some sort Be thankful that of those Individual who will
riages five divorces and bitter own personal affairs art in order always be trying to find novel NetworkBy

Back At Horn Carry on just the same way of doing thing, so be Told

Now Rita back in her Beverly VIRGO (August 22 to Sep. sure early to have staid Indi- CYNTHIA LOWRYAP pie wrote in and asked us to cut

Four KidneyTransplants Hills home Just having tember 22) There are forceful vlduals about who are props Television-Radio Writer out guests like Milton Berle! To Realize ThreatsBy
finished[ "Circus World"* for planetary influences about for your Interesting progeny NEW YORK (AP) Mitch and George Burns They said

Samuel Bronston in Spain, you that are quite playful, so Fine .chart for improving on Miller the ".in, along" man, they liked them but could see

and In this one she'i the mother be sure you remain calm. Im- New Era outlet, whether says NBC I. the string.along them other places and they George W. Crone, Ph.D., M.D.

Are FailuresDENVER of Claudia Cardinale one of portant you get time nicely scientific or creative Give the network liked our show the way it was."

: Europe newest planned. Then activities ire most modern education possible "The network knew months Millers show has been constantly CASEW08Tony A., aged that travel I la boresome. painful
ago that it planned to drop my moved around during
girls 35
easier. telephoned me a few years and monotonous.
(AP-Four of the Rita still Is a red-haired I. I how next season," Miller'four seasons in the NBC ached ago
six persons who have received doesn't -- grumbled "But instead of tell ule. It has been seen on Thurs In like manner a century
She "Dr. Crane
shapely eyeful he said, 'I
baboon kidneys In transplant look quite like Gilds she ng us then, they waited until day and on Friday nights and have been instructed to InVite ago the speedy surgeon was
operation. here have died, surgeoni March 1 to give us the news this season had a late Monday address regarded a* the best.
doesn't look like Dame May you to -
disclosed Monday. The Whitty either l' Play Bridge Why did they keep stringing us night spot following a of our ritzy [ For we had little anesthesia

other two transplants were along? Probably to keep us an old movie and "Hollywood railroad club. then, so operation were
And what does the think
termed failures from making a deal to move and the Start," which received "Its members fraught with creaming and
about these ?
The baboon kidney have days _moamm By ALAN TRUSCOTTThe elsewhere They were afraid consistently poor ratings. Include Intense agony

since been removed from two Her mature role in "Separate they'd look foolish if we landedon Fresh' Show Sought I the presidents If a surgeon could cut off a

teen.aged boys who survived Tables" opened new doors Greater New York Bridge NORTH (D) another network and started and other top leg in two minutes he thus
and human kidneys donated by for her as a dramatic actress, Association Washington Birthday A KV hitting one of their new chow Miller laid NBC brass told leaders in the j shortened the agony better

prisoners have replaced them. she says, and that the line she tournament last weekend J871 in the ratings." I him his show wai out so the i railroad Industry than the surgeon who took

The patients were not Identi- intends to pursue. Being a love was the biggest three-day tournament A2AKJ7H network could try something five minute.
fled goddess was fun she admits.' ever held in the East Guest Star Suggested 1 "new and fresh" I "We want So I urged the railroad
But Rita s a big girl now with an attendance of 1091 Miller who own "Sing Along "New and fresh," he (aid. "I psycho-1
to remember that
+a wY, r tables. Some of the Individual WEST EAST With Mitch," complained that didn't lay anything about old you when we are
analyze rail- having FUN we don't watch
DRIVE-IN FIRE FIGHTING events set records also such as AS A 4 the only suggestion he had from feature films for two hour at d DR,CRANE the clock
D IVE!N VKIS reading a s nor want
out en-
the 252 in the Men' Pair j VAQ4QJ978 And the and fresh '
RENO (AP) Engine units ofa pain s KISItAAII2 the high command this season a clip. new tell us how we can compete tertainment shortened
390 In the Mixed Pair and 356 was to try some guest stars thing they are bumping u* for
T westbound Southern Pacific more effectively with the airlines "Whea I
I fire four miles out In the Open Pair AQIS "not to improve our ratings but i. Alfred Hitchcock series, ?" was courting my
freight caught wife I
AIT* SOUTH added. 'I
of Reno To the players some of the to work a little change In the which hat been around longer One of the biggest mistakes tioned at Smith
Tin A AQJIII7S12V College
TMfht s KittiT show. than we haveRecommended.
suits also seemed of unusual of the railroads
Crew members tried douse has been to
Go Out To A Mo.l.lLAST to 103
tried It In three
We shows,
size. In the hand shown today Ignore
merchandising .
failed menThe
the flames themselves but tonight
So unhooked the enginesand from the Open Pair event South II he said "The only one that increased : New best "human relations' "So I took a train to New

drove they them back to Reno held a nine-card suit, which occurs All our audience was the Hampshire primary returns, all experts in the railroad field York to pick her up. And ai
Neither aide vulnerableThe .
was show with Shirley Temple Peo networks. we headed westward do
about once in 3,000 deal. have been the conductors you
pulling to a fire station alongside -
up bidding: think I wanted a FAST trip?
the tracks At one table South was Joseph But they rarely get promoted
NITEt! N r'Ellt Smith West], .
I The firemen stepped out the Sink of Flushing who waa not 14 1 Z. S 'To Reduce Tartness' to top echelon Jobs In tipped"Not the on your life! Td have
elioT HUN tHOWINOIT management. engineer $10 if he
?.M UShlrlty 00 :door to battle the flames unnaturally excited at holding a Pass Pass I A Dble could have
Instead the former maintenance stretched out that .
JMM In likely nine playing tricks opposite Pass Pas
Taken Off Juice LabelsWINTER superintendents rise to trip by an added 10 hour
DARK PURPOSE"M I Grave Perk aa opening bid He was West led the diamond queen level "For when
( top jobs. ,customer are
somewhat In
optimistic driving
Shipping Cutter .
Florida been the shelves of food enjoying themselves, they do
LOS Onlyl I the bidding to a slam, however tal trick It teemed likely that HAVEN on NOT want speedy termination
Rofc.jt Mirthvm because there was no assurance South club ten was a singleton -!citrus processors have gained stores for more than 30 years Put they are more Inclinedto of their

"THf HUNTEIS- NOW that North, Dmitri Pavlista of because he could hardly relief from a Food and Drug and that the new phrase would be Introverts of the engineer So* I urged the journey railroads to _
C.L. II Jackson Heights, could providethe Administration standards o f tend to create an Inaccurate sort, instead of versa- .
have any reason to attack the out-do the airlines alled
re so<
I SHOWING necessary controls. suit Immediately In this way II Identity labeling requirement on impression and confuse the tile Applied Psychologists free services S
canned Juice to which housewife, They are more like the
: orange
Frustrated By Pre-emption I he had more clubs. West saw I told them to past out free
Skews At that the club could be established the industry had objected It It was also noted that no other Napoleons, mentioned yesterday Ice cream cone to kiddies

LAST NITEt! .0. l 1:00-3:11.5:22 South could have risked a' with a ruff, using the was disclosed today. sweetened fruit product Is subject In contrast: to men like every hour and to rearrange

-FIRST HUN HITS JT 7:33 9:44: first-round Blackwood bid of spade king a. an entry but Warren Savant executive vice to the objectionable requirement William Wrigley the seats so both end of the
four no-trump and he may have of the Florida Canners As a result, railroads Ignond -
"M seals there was apparently no other president car would be focussed on a
'"THE SADIirAr 10 ACADEMY AWARDNOMINATIONS intended to use the conventionon entry to dummy to make use i of Association, announced that In announcing the new FDA the threats of automobiles movie screen In the center

Hall JrUK the second round. He was the clubs She therefore made the FDA has agreed to drop IU ruling. Savant said he was bus lines and airplanesuntil "Add a free snack bar at

At 1,.. Ofllr frustrated however, by Wests the "safe play of another dia- requirement that "to reduce pleased that the federal agency 21 years too late. the end of the car, or at least 1
"THE INCREDIBLE I pre-emptlve Jump to five dm mond lead South, ruffed cros tartness" be printed on labels had been able to understand thecenaers' Even then In typical engineering a coin operated sandwich ma- I

STRANGE CREATURES" "A ROARING monds. He might then have ed to the spade king and ruffeda of canned orange juice to which concern and lauded the style they tried to chine," I suggested More tomorrow

IN COLOR ENTERTAINMENTI" been content to bid five spade, low club. To West horror;the sugar has been added.AJl'Mme.t solution of the problem as being compete with airlines on the .

-.... r... Gw.s relying on North to continue toa spade six was now an entry to Reached of "great value, not Just to processors basis of speed which was aa
I slam bid If he held good controls Impossibility
i South discard but the Florida citrus
to to
dummy allowing
FILMLAND] As it five So I addressed this ritzy
iM happens, even This requirement was orlg
whole well
his two heart losers on industry as a as as
fHIATRI 'I Iii teJa spades is too high, but It is almost dummy clubs West had not inally Included in the federal consumers" club of top officials and warned BARDSTOWN Ky -Volunteer -

L... cai Impossible to stop in foul standards of Identity on all orange them to renovate their firemen didn't even get to
an C"or ........ spades even if East-West do. not considered the remote possibility Juice products which will II old ideology and scrap their an- hold their check long enough
of a nlncard suit James Doogan. year
,Mscdrint ... D ..'. bid five diamonds At most go into effect July 1 of this from Fairbanks tiquated notion "speed"competition. to take them borne this year.
..s tt iM.Ion{ Sisak made his slam for a sophomore At the annual banquet where
I...." tables the final contract was five year Alaska, is a 123-pound wrestlerat
l doubled. score of 1211 and a top on the checks for the year's worn are
.. i WTIId1ltOlea spades in some cases Savant laid the agreement the U.s. Military Academy
..D,IS...Only....west"...m/dw. 0..... swm.RR, As West held good defenstyvalues board East-West can remain was attained last Thursday in Then I explained that the passed out. the firemen were
,, urea lido doubled al eshrouded In semi-anonymity with between underlying reason for stressing called to a blaze and the check:
the naturally x Washington In a conference
t a C...: 1n A::1' .. the comment that his disaster AT THE THEATERS
". wdtad spades, warning East not to sacrifice canners association at- speed is based on the Idea went to the wives.i .

In seven diamonds Will I did not quite prevent them from torney Rod Shaw and attorneysfor PlLU"D .alvs' .INTodr
four hands exposed It is easy tsee o I winning the eventSuwannee. the Food and Drug Admin- ...." M.dntro: .r wMi.Jon. .
'Di'ogl.M AIM sad
I that the defense can take istratkm :rer 0,00: I. '=
NOW S OWING( UI the first three tricks, but We.tdid According to Shaw the federal ..0'" TN.aaesiveN !
and TaN dMN
For not have the advantage ol f I May standards of Identity will now ..''1'-' '" i
ami!! ,' Out PunMM ... "ONw" [lltlEYJust
(Baby playing double-dummy and. not require only that processors
Reach Crest pots ?NUysTod. '
led the diamond _
l Jane' unnaturally adding sugar to canned orange .. .nd Tomorrow Dn4 "1...f.
smmmmm\ ueen. added" or easy TNsaseN.wl
place "sugar
juice .
people! trick win, Of 30 FeetTALLAHASSEE Txl" K nit ol .U<. ...." "KMk-a-
I South won the first 'sweetener added" on their ate I*.?" and wash Olmt.IILVIII ."
dummy ace and played for the labels MOON >mv<.m tell us how much you need to pay

)( BEAD only chance by leading a low (AP) Reelt Shaw had filed an appeal petition Ted. Th Jourrut. aiil" iM "TM.ndlblt ra- old bills, for home Improvements, car
dents of lowland the Su
club toward his singleton ten. along on behalf of the Florida cease CITIMU .
wanes River from Ellaville to .tJ NDAU D.l. ".\raIW_ for all seasonal
Pni UWfORD RINGER his point East played low ir Canners Association with the ODd ''God'. 1.1\11. Acro" repairs, your expenses.

normal fashion, and the ten i the Gulf of Mexico geared up U. S. Court of Appeals for the aPA.....R"& 81_ "naIrQ, err.W Phone now for prompt; courteous service.
forced the club ace. East should today for an expected cresting Fifth Circuit at New Orleans .AItTOW-out.. door"w *f th.Dmnfd .
J Sk ws At 1:00. I:01Io 0 1.5:00.T:05.9:10 III that West'double at 30 feet Wednesday .,, osooee Wool"HAINC
perhaps have argued i lut January CITY-U KM: ""''oo hi
must indicate a sure I The state conservation depart- "... M'MH. ." le.'m... a<.., ra. LOANS UP TO $600IliDImi
Pretested .r s ..
trick. If this Is a trump trick. ment said Monday the river wa Phrase Laos WALKS- *.! .._ >rWlor .
R EW ..... ....'hon. tat "nttrPound
START SE5SBBS the contract will rarely be de- rising because of last week The canners objected to addition of TrauM. "
THURSDAY eated in any event: but if West t: heavy rains of the "to reduce tartnasa" PLANT*CITT and-ClWtol. DOD.V.II' llu RMfM t> tk.Mtridl .

The Hot-Line has the club ace East must pulp t In addition, the Santa Fe phrase to orange product PLANT in.crrv' s -'suri, !u. Mm* u 11Ioaa'Ii

WMfOwiT 'S uipense ComedyRANGELOVE" his queen, which is certainly River near Fort White was expected labels on the grounds that it dl.:UNO" -/Io r'I lid Mid
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inrn NN
difficult play. to crest at 21 feet was unnecessary and misleading SERVICE
III "DR. STIII ..M1.7x.1 AIM Out, .. .
West also had trouble after The department said the las WAUCWULA Is 1 ulllt sad'i I lakeland I
On H.w I LMHM I ta Soap Went;HI winning the club trick. She very. flooding was In 1960 when the FCA had pointed out Mat t: woq :
And Uvo The |MI.. reasonably feared that a heart i Suwannee moved over Us banks canned orange Juice with labels WIMTIR RAVEN HAVIN--R H tr.n D.Dolo'd RUwrwurrtH U'l.'. 209 East lemon Street Ground floor ....MU 7183 I

would present South with a vl- at 27.S feet. carrying ".uar added"* had cabs alts 'StuSF' *._.' lad "*



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LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday. March 18, lilt 17

DEAR ABBY. cw OoN rNAVETNf I ATCHED Mq Ai6M 00 10(1( W\NT ME 10 Ioc6 IT 1


WheYa yow nlblemHor ALL i CAN Od 19 CiIARi EE'
0-1111 NjlIv, write to r
She Abby, IoIC 1365, lIrl" =' MAC TIG( irf

tr Wants Cake Hilly CoU'.. end Inc tugs Bu f
"I'-add.d.. Abby ltamped enfw.r1 en-ell !!

Abigail Van Buren

DEAR ABBY: Yesterday was my 46th birthday. My husband DEAR "I"
: Inadequate criticism .
give me a new carpet for the parents rarely appreciate WE'RE GOING TO UH IS 6O EXCITED. AH ) STEP ASIDE s AM ITS f-i'at.')YEARS OF"
living room and a sofa of their children's manners. Either rhk trying to educate you MEET 6ETSVKRAMF AUOS CUTS HER SWEET / YOU FAT 6ET5'4 KRAMP? PICKING THE WINNING I
cover. My ion gave me tome charms for my bracelet. My friends or learn to tolerate their children's rudeness. *, SMILIN'PITO-IEROFF"N SI'M 5LOB.SOWE LLY

husband offered to take me out for dinner, but I refused. I HERSELFE // TH'BaG."AH'VER4DERED CAN SEE PICTURE'S TMATB RUINED HISS /

finally opened a few cam, called It dinner and went atralght w C NEARLY MAH WNOLILf BETSVKRAMP5 aJUSTA PIGURE.LADIES.:'' T

to bed. The big omission was a simple little birthday cake I DEAR ABBY: I just read the letter from AGAINST { 1l4oust WIF'EM rr TRADE MARKII

11 have never missed buying my husband and son one on BRACES and want to tell you that I was "against braces," too, /

[ their birthdays. Why are men 10 thoughtless? until I started to wear them three years ago. I have made E B5r

SORE more friends because of my brace When you meet somebody 'i'C L ,(

DEAR SORE Thoughtless Gifts and an offer of dinner new and he wean braces, you can always start up a XT<

I out? Perhaps had you gone out to dinner there would have conversation with, "Who la your orthodontist?" You can take a T

j been a birthday cake awaiting you. What If eating you, Madame long time about whose orthodontist Is better how long you 3 il

[ Your complaint takes the cake have worn braces, and what kind of crooked teeth problem 1 II

being corrected. Some of the problems are fascinating Some ,

DEAR ABBY What does one do about parent who do not kids who have never worn braces ask dumb questions like, Are /I ... ..1. .. I .Fwt tale.3 .t'

[instruct their children In the proper use of the telephone? I "Don't they get in the way when you kiss?" (They don't)

{have one family In mind, but I know others, who let their Just sign me-

This Irks me terribly. They don't even give you a chance GETTING SICK AND COMING FROM 'nOt). NEWS TO YOU?" ACE. i KNOW* ILL GIVE A
|to Identify yourself. Once I was almost tempted to say, "It's TIRED OR MOON MAID!f PARTY FOR/ MEP
none of business. Go mother 9 SO WHAT? SHE* JUST OK
your get your TO I. F.t The most Important thing a eaorHEd

I GIVE UP father can da for his children I* te love their mother.PUZZLE o JJ-v ANOTHER DAMEf _

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Home Enttrtanmnt! Equipment == 4 I IaR ,
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TOMORROW MORNING 1. Town nearCarrara. 28 "-.- Chi- dwelling. \ -

550. AIMa01 Y..w .,....., ere e.rf.0510. neie honey112 Compass
MMrf T"w rule 5q "
umhma' Alma.. T..w MeY.. arSM O.1) D.r Ogden -. moon. point.
.._ft. Y..w M"5" '..n. ._ D.w 10 Set aside: si. Othello's 81 College 0e
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.... R.noo raa T".w 'r.M C.W .ft.
..,,, N.nN.TN.r Mr.. 5030 C.." ........ 14 Fur bearer. emlgn. workroom.
..K.t .Ko..ft...._rN Y.T"w... CK C..L ...ft..ft..... 11 Before: "pref. 32 Neckpiece. 58 Fictional

...... ......... Mw.. ........ MevN 16 Palo -. 34 Takes leave. bird.
A...... ........ M.riw C..._vlHaC M.... "
17 - 38 Not written. 58 Brilliant fish. uh
....._ R.r,5 ..... .rta* .ilU .
'."_ 5330 .... CartownilKvW MwOhw Is this, that 38 African tree. 60 Ger. marine
W.115N MwN fNnM 5.r,.' Mw.Y. ..
.' .. SNmM tMna Mwwra even thewinds 42 Having lifelong specialty.
I t: r St:=Trar: Vr..1wt O.e.MSr I ta tax: LIM lyw.: ac 82 Symbol of HAD AN APPOINTMENT YES! I WAS rFWB PLAYS 9TKWIGB CAMBsPoesN'r I'V8
: O.rMSN rda _
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M.Ceri 64 Small
:5: OLIN MrM'i1mlr! O ., 15 f.ta ft Oladyt givenconditions case. M SEPARATED AT THE TIME OF HIS 'TNIRIY MINUTES LATE! CALL! MENf WILLIAM BKAPEN MI6HT
:i S ailadra KI.M.M Oajart la )ta_ Ol.dr._ material. : 67 Admonition Q DEATH' LISA WAS VISITING HAVE BEEN ALIVE TODAY: Ylirv
21- out. 4 wds. to a rantl- O WITH HER FATHER!

22 Cemetery 45 Greek pole; 3 wds. C
118. marker. elevation 70 Eur. river. tjM1

RADIO-DISPATCHED SERVICE 23 Garrulous. 46 Auditory. 71 Willow. w

Near A* Your Phone 25 Fishing 47 Esther's 72 Organ stop.
adjunct. 73 River to the
TV SMTW a R.4I.' C>lM TV Ja.,(.ll.n 18lh-19th enemy..
..,... S.nlce en .,,11..ct Air Ca...ii i.aafi 48 Road Tiber.
cent. Fr. material. 74 Spare.marshal. 1p

11 Aa15Ob"b-". NITE & DAY TV SO Fictional 71 Cowboy. f 1 4

Open 8 A.M.-9 P.M. Phone 686-2176) DOWN. 1

TOMORROW AFTERNOON Cuts. with "milk." 41 English ______

..._ __ .aHlft plrwt: 5M5..r5w: ifet aavari Kara == 2 River vil18 Familiar princess. .
Ht:: lav...*.a..) 5.4.rnf a-nar-w Truth 4)503./0 ar c._i ) Sevan a. thar Kara.._ Wroh T_ age near opera. 43 Phil. Moslem. 1 1f II LOOK AT THIS I I THAT 1
13..t-Auidihf k..... 700th N C3MN. athar Knawa OudrM L"h. Nairobi.. 19 Bone 44 Ostrich. DOPI'T > PRETTYHAT
: pref. luaa+ .- '''T.'k''_ 5rnr.PM 4.. of 5.IfOrr .." 49 Bohemian I BOUGHT
I 7.15 1).r' arO,.rNd lw. N Ld. 3 Unwavering 24 Elevation. lou t1P f FOP ONLY
: 003,5. WNN 81 River the 0
N O.wh. yI1M. W.rld 7wn. partisans.
Tvrn 5rt 28 French Oder. TOwYC /
I'If-L..wr Mr53 : 03,1 :f5l Ann MtNwO I.r..r4 4 Fracas. magazine. 61 Unit of light. r
I ..-............ To. OrwO D.. M C.u.S Nwrwrbf.IfMwr.36 5 Equip. 28 Vision: pref. 54 Remain. "' JI+
TM Orw. O.r i1)CwH. M.u..Nrb. _
I M-T.51 M3 Twth ..3t50 ftO .Oft..51 ,53,5.501 Trtl The TruMi I Farm animal 29 Greek.temple. 53 Faux Pas .-!
t '. :ft' ..101 TMI Tha T ruth70544,5NM't ; 2 wds. 31 Avifauna.
1 ) NY Owen/NNrO w Baaa Of "..hI 57 A rapid. :;
$ 4 5-54,3 "'.,!!-Do Nr OuNw IN Ow ldN-!! N/5_!O5- 7 The "A" In 33 Russian log 59 Quatre. ..
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4 4 -NrN..... ......0.... T........lar ....) itarm hut. 61 Sp. seaport.
4 355. ....) U.... 1._ T'..-._ .4_..... I Hardhearted. 35 Demonstrative. 63 Parking lot.
445-5)5. W,1YneN 5,03. TrSrIMNNr_ '._.ft
S/ 5 ( Pronoun 37 Team member 65 Importune. == 3 = = =
154-Y.". 5.5NY. 003530 MrSw M3.M Nw5 ......... I NW5NMrry 5351)0037 10 Nutty. competing last: 68 Bohemian

544-4,5 5 .4-4.4:: :: = =:: fd,5 SO'S $$0345d..f.,4. S 5.0.5500 11 Russian lake. 2 wds. river. 4553,

501 550150 PrN.405 pw1)111)d 57 55.5055 12 Flat. 39 House and lot. Illumlnant.

13 Associated 40 Periods. 69 Conjunction.
Sales Tax Solution te Sunday' Puzzle READING THIS OEM mac MUD A ClOUD CLfDL/i1 ALONG rmm FINHHH, THANK YOUMHJ IA5AIU.'


TNN tVlN.HaTOMOOW P I f R.S M M Als TilipI ONLY JUffA5KD HI YOUR A runout.tant-MD YarD:.. IN7HOUHTFUlP YOU';",
7,0530A MrN0 ..klftO.. J II l v E e t l o t ( By Dorothy Distler LOUSY!'
.105-IrW.__...M.,... .. _.....ftl., ... 1963 N iFIll
I N-VwMM Oft .ftu' 55NI50 i
: A
MOIM ''''''' and use tax collections for February s N
5 -- a S. M A hi
.. 1_aM......Fur. InwrluaaM totaled J20.8M.J90, an In- F / rf r v

I.aa-TIM N.......arIt crease of M.4 million over February A F
.. "F
-tanriM *4
I.)-i u HotanrH.Ca.atrt last year but I drop ot N MAN 0 A s Yesterday's cryptogram

51.45 II -Tha MnarManvr.rxl N.M S2.7 million under January 1964 ) _' & Small cigars for womenfolk
TOMORROW A"I."OOIlII Director J. Ed Straughn of the _ n I
n .O....rj.irtM. 5wwN Ctw-Mn Florida Revenue Commission .2 !!. are new gimmick

5253-Mw.ul 2 tt-i rrim*>r.t InMriuel PalalKMTaa said today collections for the fir i/IO/64 ----

1 I _25.-,50,50*. A Mum N fCN,1.*** cal year beginning last July 1 I WHEN HtXKCt AND '!\II FBSNCrl INCCTRA' tO THi sins mDAV Ra TUB rtSNCH CM V rUT THI

I l.MM>el"IntwIW... totaled $147,825,850 a gain of Contract Is Let Death Files V. 4j 5NOLAND WERE A* AND twmmo TUB COLO- Llka IMS peetc IN OUT OP IT WITH A BTi! M
a soon........,). W50Na $24 million over the same periodlast P1 tTEVeTHEE'7 RVMIA ANPTHi V*. kind INTHS MSACWITH 177*. KIND esonou'f 5ONAPART:.., TutCsoOOVUNMENT
11_ Dart year, somewhat due to an For Prosecution AN INTEMtTINJPAKAaBU /
1 .W. r4
4_-........ and Laaami. expansion of taxes by the 1963 For NavigationLock Ch TOES6 SSIOI WAR THE firmCPTUB.VNITK9 'l ,
5. _..h.,,.*1* IIew fralMai* legislature, effective July 1. After Fight dPI.A&hlP5.... --- unlit... L
.-'"'''' Straughn said Florida's winter At CapeJACKSONVILLE

business "continued exceptionally CINCINNATI Ohio (AP) -

Two Indians : strong during February The Death filed for the prosecution ,
of gain over the (AP) The
percentage 7""f
at General
Killed :same month a year ago was the larges navigation lock In' Florida Hospital. ''' ll
In highest yet recorded." has been put under contract, Police filed first-degree manslaughter J, !
Army Engineer reported today. charge Robert rT/
He said the gain due to the i
Army Raids I tax expansion "coupled with an Gregg Gibson and Gregg Inc.' Gadson, 42, after Robert Ma- L ? l
of Leeiburg was awarded the
estimated normal business volume son, 38, died of knife wounds. t
JAMMU Kashmir AP-Two : ,929.818 contract for construe- lit ,: 116
expansion of about S percent Gadson and Mason wounded i r\ 1
lion of the Port Canaveral vlation -
Indian were killed and at least I pushed the fiscal year In- each other In a knife fight Feb.

seven others Injured In an exchange I crease to 19 per cent.0White lock. 29 and happened to be placedin
The M foot wide and 600 foot
of fire across the cease the same hospital ward, police
fire line 50 miles west of Jam- long earth lock chamber will said. The men patched up ..k1eTtBNOwI LIKED R $ETTEiC
House and boulders for (0AST I
have stone
official 6UMM3iLNMiNT9sY'
mu town Sunday their quarrel and agreed not to
sides and bottom. The area KUNG M6 IN ifftGY /
source said Monday. place charge against each
Air Conditioner around the steel
They said Pakistan army units sector gates other.

made two raid other within at Nava five.Turned OnWASHINGTON will Work be will concrete.start within 20 days Gadson was released from the
hour of each
Chak and must be complete by Aug hospital, but Mason died Mon-
village. t
(AP) Pres- I, 1965. day morning. "''

dent Johnson has been turningout Col. H. R. Parfitt, district engineer gclr I

A.1 RADIO : White House light to economize also announced award of MEETING AT NOON

but he didn't stint on the ,a contract of $1,199,950 to Henry The March meeting of the s-a I
STY SERVICE :electricity Monday. CorpS of Tampa for dredging the Lakeland Life Underwriter on IY

11.-' I When the temperature rose to I south extension of Port Ever- Friday at the Crest Restaurant

MU""M::. Mu ....tPell I 80, the White House turned on gladel Harbor turning basin at will be at noon rather than at
a. a M. p14M I ,I.
Lauderdale. | the time I
1 ii its air conditioning l I Fort previously reported.




( CLASS, PIED ANNOuNCEMENTS S2 Help WIllIoIl S3 Met WsmUtt FemeleOhefee' I 62 ButlMif OpnertunltisiCWOICB 97 Artlclti For Salt-MliC, 103 Fvrnlfiiri & AppllnceiBADCOCK'S 116 lMMkHM far Sol 12 IMI P fir Riot

ADVERTISINGRATES! s Ptrional NoticasU5I5TIAN I.$..'rID. LAD" 305.5615854 I.t I.I CWOICB MEBBBBB anal ttocm CLO'IW..D111 POSTI. 00.151. POll lALlI, _kIt. ...I,1t rOll automatic INI COIl n 5 ir condition, red IS., OR U .... a

AMSRICAN _",.. 011 19,908 4115. Mel Hud*. USL*. 55404. 1 .. J" ooopltiUssISld ,.Iu.. 185 .... ,21. 311 WIIII..rBI..I heater, I.n..loloo s..I B.I.. PorlO t4 far i iMO SOW

.11..NO _i AUTOMOBILE ... SUOOSIbIll *50604450 _.,Kill 1M7 M atnwnal jurai I 411" 08505998 .11* I 6M71U .1. 18. Cal,kInd uS 0010. 54,500 porOlso

l 595D121 .ltlt640 *td .....1. 430 901,10050. o.t4Ir' SII J00i4107 I io, ki. wto end HIM paironi i ilflii'oml..., ,our .P.... Toot .,.. 81.6. trIo
:0.0545 ai aaoh *: ASSOCIATION .11.... 511.5510 ., OMN ...1...* dbk Ph... 000- .954... 812 10. 'IItII nol 4,1649 WI FIBANCS Your 10.313090 coU_. $54toA.
m PL Tn I LekndrUe M WkdMet tUkTBUIKrs lots, WaUord MaaulagturlM toe*. U. kt MO dot*. C
alMlmtun II WordeMmimirin J.1IDJ Th.brreMp aAA **e pcaint lor m JM .rlb( II."05. __j 14001, 005850 98.5158. ISSIIJ 0054362 Data 0594, .' NO O'3012 _

two INSURANCE: HUIdinl 35S ... reproralaUvri., bolt i 900 [5185.4111' JOE opprtimll,forAtoreltry $55,750 .502, 4, 59.0,50. 0851.1 55 ft kew
(hor.$1.05w 565 50980 oop.054p5s4 ... _I. II.... lir'
no inkuiinorfmontiii 984850. rr eptlonut Ass 30 to I' -" I AUCTIONFriday 6 MA /. ai. ear** over
Den Dare ua,. Ueje 10.*. .til MUDODVS S-MiS Hoc Mutt aae .eod barb 10 In mill oil ce BMW dictk- PtHtmr 581 Fir.. IU I _
round. *5 MM .......t awl ... Si 0,65lr,2 Oood Irlcae be* Ar< Btvlri Thtlr 0011 anrtlL. h.1 dor. .ul. C a
I 3 I. .098 liundromertaam Nites Only or
FABRICS :Ma Norm MHtlcMl Is meellna We p... .06.04 le.JII _ _
1ift : Florida Dolt out ol AutlntcjPaueuu ., U. ..,.. alhnranoai. bonueai tadoanmlaetoiia. .1110 Call MU 4-llai lor kppolktjBant -;I58 losslils 1117 Edit 7:30 P.M.w. SEMIANNUALTRADEIN 01 CHII Impala four do SMALL .5104
: I SIr radio. healrr 1NIKP8
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1&111:1 1!
I lot aaf .u. ... *tc MM aoauoni and I 1 CLEARANCESALE power brtkn tnd power I pete for UII tanUah.ed .

\ -.IO 10 ,."0 7CLAWIPIKO 20 IUt '. other .employ benrfiti iellent TRAILER J>AAK. 24 ipirnirillin bur or tell for rod ittrrlnt liter Maieitle Barnrr .hO. Orov

I BPACB RAI la StLRODO-IIIVK8 l0.t.nh.IlI, 'opportunity far 01,. rllht per AIRLINE OPPORTUNITY and ntw 3 bedroom huo.I JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION :7 I pm1MO 1,31. .83.30 Park Sbopklkl C...

I (2 II Prr column ItUnCLAUIFrcD (or Aithma and *y Peverdrraonitrelion Iso ;505 *. make 1* woaee 5405 M I'm arrel. I M> MM) Wnu But .
: K.uuI-01o.I 00 wenlh. For 50.roae. red aft" 5450. 1a581.nd> LOdrr0000ATCIR CENTER or TO 19riAOkVIN AUXl Automatic v .I2>
I j DISPLAY ..IIATI'III I-01M 114 Bael ataowtal Blvd' Be A Stewardess For TheNations ALLOWANCE I I. .m HIM. 41. fut AperlwieirriPORNnnED
Itlb...." MVL: : North Florid kve- t>M V
an per lolumn locflCBBtractl t.5&SIInd58sI0Ioo. I for mtltr B. W OaelONB POH TOHB OLD BBDROOal .'Carl >ki Tb run

i Kel;O:oiaVn 'Rmieet ""' Mutt Progressive ":00r TIP TO MlTRADEIN 1M3 ,. WuiUM .. : O.B'.bh. ..
SCNOOLK :"CLUBS : rTu,; I ,I1nd required, o f LAmm thru pine ore.CABPET .. AI .D .it* boll
WANT AD 'D DLINE 95.0 Ilom> IBO to 1800 Call 461.bl3O11.,25M ton.. .sr. ,,:: Airline I 591(400.'. ill 0,3. thOrt.. loinS ALLOWANCE aoiui_ I MOO ._'.ApkrtpjeM -
j 555498 0141554 .......d'.. ..... -- r..hl.n. ... aodd'.", ..D........ rOM YOUR OLD UVINO BOOM. t t-144. *. "oBII.
4 30 p... Her *>foe* publlca.Una -.; -05,0- lOlIrl -j' ;; I I..., ..dl.MnIand'_ :,. .. CABPtTT. Wall toMNlHinde -:..... TJIf ..LLOWANtI UI Mm 13 ... ai S .uli.., .* TWo .J. I.
arkvet Moiwkur lOt. IMImbuilkeeejnek Ron cW to woos .
leaoopl $UdS&Ua Pl KM yOUB OU ATPUANCtOP 010058. .
adi aiuel M la air office jet BUILDING TRADES If JOur 30,1510. .115 IRAVOI.I ., (1110 _.1 ..Uraeu..w ikk* sod alae ... ....... Hew I IM Weet Mew BUwot tokelokdFlorida Hear ttorei. bill Adulta.
ton 4.JO P.- prldaCLAWIFIED ,) AAA City Employmenl PP.BSTIOK: AND OOOO PAT I PIoooolsg .._.1. for 0101(1(05I 0 mnni fabric mill..... are kortWIMer TO 114 one Itftl Pr. four Oor 12..11.
ALLOWANCE Station Wlios I
Yeull a* trained .0 M aMjpreMt I <' :&-(_ ftbrkx reduced ke-ee at TRADE-IN kvmkerOSFX I .PARMI. eae sod
DISPLAY Vlllae Ataerlra.> ma*I 009 '161011 WkMkoktepel .510 FOB YOCB OLD cwrrriBe I ai34. Now itored end.mltble I .m. utll.. ,u.
II 00 before publication C>OIIIPI.... MARDkVAftB etark for Inipectloa al thiatwva ..* Hew
':" .P': Sunder'' .peprrad I. 14 BuildIng, Csr.ool.rIsp % Wek'. Fee Hiitrk wintlful*ti_itrwardeei wii U oalm uwnla ewlnnlnfairin r" ater .*. nature. w ... mored Mu.. 05 0 aj 0090005 1 55 :b=:" 01,600 1 55., Iluat Special ValuetW.S.BADCOCKCORP. aodreet. ktitor reeereea uijitnt 'nla..HKkwapWeitelde M.

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> ..u. In .ur off Wo Frlder *M kelar* Ja 00 Mon) OoriNa WINDOWS. aiuwiikukiildlnt I MALE: Oft *ta_ro 51. 0.. .. ".. C1. .
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All ads mu.. ke In ,IM.t.tHo. ;, iporahei,. repalri. klMr*. Lab. T* ..11II, <*. <..MMera,.... ..I BKMTWAY MOTCL and trailer; 1001LVIS. dloolop551405S PlC. _. _. ,551840.. ._. .015556 aN.Ia .
olfi.. beloe* 1\00.m ....feurdar I 4605. ..eo ikionlhi 't* par 1.1 tern. kiedtrklAuto a* Itertom Air Lao MeeanMwinv Par*. 4.10 oearlher or enparetelv .. 101 0.0. '.45 59045. dIllon MU UD I _. .
00.1t1III 0098555. Jnaurtd nipple' encr reloripeUlanr .... t. apanl _..... .... 4)412Mtl 3-auO.
IS r publleaUM la Mo*. aval M a hleh araad aradua Ale* *tker auilntai ._ 50.40 .*. .... *0460085Ilulboor
due paper. P6005 "'UUII .. __.. eelaa. talanr AWkoleul o050. r. einvte w1dowi and ill,?. S.. 3.. _. 130: Eeel Wan *r _-IM*. .. Plot' IM7 CHEVROLET atallon WMoa I IV PH"lIHI APAK1MENT.

will not be 0120 MU H-UCM4 P k a.. a...." m_.. oeni. 04(6( .1006114170. ronildnrdl 68J.a371. APAltftnlWT: 5710 545108550,5. ....."....,, .... ,...".t .. automttlt uaniMuloi I' eu'l 7.._. 0.00051..

The Txdter for mera tou oa re.iponMbla i i'PiN2W"'L CK.nt brlct, _.n.. 54. 003.. at ,sot 30 vein of eialrli 5.49. 0000 L1r4.. 435 5.5,5,1'S .... II I s 0. 4115. PrL 5150 Three" krw Una, kew tat. UM I .
55.0(4 aalea. MU 54703.f3.r4or,
.. mat apply for futureonMderalloni *..ItIt.LANT OntO SOplu Cl
Inoorneat ln,erllo 065* Plprilla 0950010 Wr. 4098.mIls. Auto enerhanle. t 6 S MertgajitIUY 58.1. 58.400.
.. MU .18bO I a" to a." tall A' 01 w........ IMg MttRCBDEB Bna 1M, raw I L''A.I. bsth.
THE UKIIAND LEDGER p-- ..1'", .between loa and 14ide I 101t'ImL. IIIn.... ClOSet ,Over 10 atior at* atovaa ..".... door tcaak. Lo._ Iktanar air IondllIopd .r. 50400,9oossI58r.
000... ..... 055.011.
.1. ....... is proportion to oelahli_ BUILD tell. rerinanu PHA model irwlni marrilne. Sold for FloridaLekflend .
: Ire chomerBwuon .ac.I.1 eondltloa.all ( I 6151, floor. MU ...'3..
TELEPHONEMU61151 17 bflnllln", 554 41505 .t 9584 ft 10 150050509251490805.50544p6541 and 'fA 00.64..... FirSt Uoruue 05T IJ9000 (In enrellenl ooniKwd AHoeltt $64.0 after I Jill
nendinltMANY 5 Corp of Plorldt. IM ( FleeJaa 54. reeponelble partrMtpontiue 001s 15455.547595.1 .81o rnc"e APAOTM01T.tC
oriCBB $5091. $7 00 ., son No Florid av*. ,
I >lW 1N'lYnUWINO 1"011 nUI- An. MV 4 .3In.aa.HUI' monthl p. 000(984 floss.
SOOT ASP I'1J'l"IItII OI'lftllOII FIRST 01s0ss "to. 10(0 Com pl... b4oe. IInl, "Badcack Will Treat Too Rllht" 117 DI I 000P,5.Ubl.. MU J-IJ.
TERMITES FEMALE 171 ao MU 24017.mottS4S 1.0.85. MUN170.
1551.. 141 S'. 00(59.I ( <
mn month TWO clean.
$00 55945. 58003555.l 1498.Mr. I_. Ten** 11-4.111 tUM .... ...... a tnvMBCCnl 501,581 RI kod '. OIotra.
W I Thomas "
ANUOUNCEMENTS ARE SWARMING _*_. .3153. eutPTHAMCINO 10 90.5 SOOr 55 00 noolkIp p. STEREO 'THEATREREPOSSESSED U.. fur. Reference v..

I 8.855010. 5,5754. LOCA1'lOl. I AVAILABLE CMItrantloa 5150,3 05 90045010.: .,.m:I 117 Ado"IIUI Wasted I 001504. tn-1909furanwa. .
4258016101. 54405 lJraoN .,11I oil .U5r45007S50 '
4 bat and Fsund -CALLVS- Lob ........ ..od..... Lakeland Terrace Hotel .. leaae wttti foot and 80ld tO' Olin 60. Coo,58ls 651. POUR. ROM. sod "..051.0..

I 1 pox to.. ......t.. OATI 1 penonal arrvfi. fo, bullderi or' *0(5 dot. 0(735. 552.4137, I The finest ,of Its kind. Big: CASH fOR YOUR CAR ..11 .. Brl, ,'..
auo NASON q URII tAl OSt.eOI ,roiperlle* tiome ownfrit. Like kdults. Boeth .
LaB1' BEACtLB dot blaok tan 90150 h.... 15 pso.5ot 5l-. C'radll Thursday. March 12 land Motiwaa dorp 309 South 5030 0410.0. 405 a.8.1. .oorrt. scree TV stereo record ceetATTRACTIVELY. I .

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a" S. eollar VIclnlM <01 4 _.... 01201.590861 IJ- TIM': --_ .u, ,our FURNISHED one
.. are *5058.. a. LOCA1. d MM>NKD IsO mortMem ZIO 0.. auunnatle, .... I 1
FrI. .. ISfl Dr' ... 11900, I room* ..11.... 6 4 to S m. over low balance on small Hid tot kedroom parlmenu, 405toulk.
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.. R. 0 lUch. Employment for TOO HIGH? I .
WiT. NW 86t 1'II Do.xu I Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg., 1005 86644. 8sl. 500 1031 MVSPM4BACKKLOH .

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Eastern Air Lines Inc. I 71 trtfflzr, f ted. SoH row tat* .0.1 .a 1740 Beet Mala. M klark Cut
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SOY 22LL u. 958P5: (62 598pSrtthS Miami. Florida 33148 N"OII W
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; : run like new. I4V90la ICIttT -
bouthl Allman. 117 Btet Lin. _
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merrl! mole eisplred or .0.1.
bedepr ... SlIP 509655.I50. .>il eerrlo atalten Small InveeUIXPSalSHCC Innerwrlnt kitttneie 1119. ISIS 34011. CLEAN MODERN .. apadautthrea
.,,_ 1 1Ion'.no and Sheet MeloJ Openings now for womrtiho W PKAW Illl dirt. Slas book. Kont.
A..I... .urll''. '0" moo 000004 5014014No 54.90 tVl'lllMer wS-*. M to .10 'u..IO.
r85 .046 ...111140"... ..06046656. .$40 055$ oiwt kro" a-HSl want etara .... oreur ebelL clv. ptioipkat tapd Vied bedroom tultee complete II 01 FURNITURE: CASH IN a fleeh. oar er ***.. deal los O <

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turn,lied. Osson .
19.5140. cut vhlu Ja 8JIW7COTTAOB
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M 009 per 5.05 .Oood lueS TV, .. MU 2-2222 Lakeland I .r.e1., f. .
Write P. O Box 1395 M.* *0 5101454 054 0.10.10 05 4211 lkelaod uUi Blvd.Srtdi tfU, roO Prmpt p. wllk kllrheiwM aad
BARGAINSAND 55. pnono tIU-M" for 1I..8'IM. Babr miutrceee .... is 09Oeed Ml E. Memorial Blvd. Call War-a, 111.IM1. Call MO S474 alter 4 pFORNIHHKD ..
LA.T&R1NO. PATCHING 550 I :: :: dlnMI oIl .. .. lM up
I WILl. PAY .556 00lIrkop 00.15.
: .725.50 *1599184510.14851_ Dr Oeed kind tlov** tad ,..t.*. ,I QUl. .oo. 0"-
: 72 FIewars PInUtI. "! ..
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OIlS md nturc Petchlnl '1a0 ...... delivered MU 1.1028ETUN1AS 5585. kot wtter. 'Irritation laduotnal
PrrO ..tinmen Hrnrr S *4.lam. Lakeland : 110000 rear plue top. frlnierortiu FOAM RUBBER POlO ISACTOS. 0,9 keMiulul Lett Mono IIILake
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meet la he Want Adi If CtltrmW Plet.,Ml X M Apir Wt Cut Oaa Servlea 111 Ml*
and Snapdraion plant II.01 lilt It Ass fUrelWS pl.n" ', Il boom. 51.37) c.u' 3-3 01 1.
1 1.1386 &* 055555 403 40.II l* pntoa ia Mr C C. Bane, 00 till rent LeaM .tLaROB PAY TOP PRICKS *uburadal BKhwarOS MU .. .
you have something to sell __ "....01 ..ot. 'all KorUl FlorHa Avtniia For Oo d Deed Furkltur ICE OARAOB epejimenl. One
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servlc to offer BUSINESS *auwk JiwilryWE 121 No pet. 117 Bouts
a or roanto Puller Bruih drlleror 5140 II10 Laraalruak Vtbur411.1 M.II.. .aI.
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MU 2044
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furtktr vaIornuok t I 505. HolllfJaenun
part tua Per -
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III 0554 Ills 5000,0010 III' Pt. L
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ad. child in mt kame I..I. 0..' a..tClln&, III 145.14 PIor- MU 12.3JO
your 005000 011 .11 .lAi .._"- oe..FMdar. PhnSll -404lMILLIelCBT '.. W. BUY .034,. clock. ..-, Ta. 81h.. 138 'i1111j1oo .

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MATTUUM SUCNOVATINa 1 .. > erunr with dill .ram, Applr. UJe Beet Meennaled _and SlIt trailer. 1171 MU 1-4403 _. .ui 130 FersIshad Noises

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............ 0.11 Lft MONTOOUEP.T ward drill Must be lood boO, r..1r U' LONII Itrch tklum* lrakc k ktDEE'S
$159 0158.58 blacrutoo I TWO ROOM
WOUK, "> co bate. 1301
... .our well and laetilt rour weur man Hwpltal and life 0059505' Monlni I oMw -; I.-... tettallau .
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I. .. enedlni( and fri..'559080. 111..1" Wlno8. 1101 0nrt.l01
MU 55153BUSINES5 III norm norloaWAM1 150 541505. 000. 601II.
63. .... ,__ 88e.68I."U $4015 I O
6.58.5. 1. 550-0735 I MU 2-5103 ... ,. .
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108 PloBd
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............... !; SERVICETORY I Ntlhta 113-4330. I IMO NASHUA 10000'. Tw* bed $ cl MO 13PMFURNWHED .

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14 Silos? .
J; ;: "=t :-:- i 102 Clothing los. 055 15.4* FIorli.A..u. .; I ondlllen Onlr I MS. Phoae for 5.001. ....I' _"110. OslO
I __ I .. MU 8-31.1. 611.210. MU 5.0053.11W0 .

n _... ..._ 5100000 .aoIBT: 5,4 .oost 100515 50 __.
DIREC: TWO WEDDING drauce. OB 11J 3' 0123550014 41155. .Ir 000.
51045,5 'eaut> .ernool L.kll.nd
_.. -, HEAR 090. .
etea 1. veil hoop. One oIls 14. 1.100 elr. ....1 4o.orstod,
06 ...u il> Collet. Ill I. Pine Itompletelr : # Soulh '. dll.t" .
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1M .-.er_.'iueee FOR YOU TO USE Ai!I A QUICK lEFEUNClU EXPERIENCED DRIVERS 55.54. emple ,e klni MU t-4 UTralaed WIT ADTOMATIOORCHKSTRA CAMPIRS pickup OAbORB.. V-d Mew euiemaue 1M4Chevrolet 11. 00001058 d.".

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SMlneis Senrlctmr WHEN Y01 NEED ITI loll power *nd .I ondlttn1nsEl .
PLAT 601955 c.n
> one-noM melodr .
2.0,7 OlSlPmOflt ', 31
: Dorado
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conceivable luttnrd
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Appliance .
PaM Tramialr I 051.5 repaired Prompt eiprrt 1 bororl" 5 .11 "'_-hav. ._I
a. .DS. ..5595Ss. Overeea opoortunnr olet plckap. and new travel '105.550.. 5OdSpo.,515
writ. Balpb Manamawith. ( Ainhalni 54..,... lee ut for lood Heed ant !'un from 50. .." tint .ollt
S..s, Loaded with Weil aueen BtreetONB ,
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0.0.8-8555 0. or later tractorM oIl so..., 1330 410,11,1 I..II..p. .1.i 01300. Claet ta
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810191550. P. .
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..,.... .. DeparUatnt. ten H BP.ICHAP.DS I CANNON MUSIC CO. lltl .173. Our price 4M
95 .. .- lamp Kipeln WIIIT, .110. kirk needed. W* trt,n ,... a OHIeuek llmlMr,
r :'::::::-a. : :: .. 540 5005 Writ Comtnemal Trtdet IneUw n 9004(140. Completelr r** JOJ' 51.rlds A...': 1064 Ctroutal ctenper. Uelelor 1 .. HI
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35 0 eoN..4,60 598SI. IIEPLACllIONT: .h.... : 303000004.
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.... kenrk. 30.05(555 eeaur ." MU -4UI.. IALUMAN.YAlfAOIIIInoriDa. MU $401.
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:: = :: : n Moving Stsraes batk. Adulu'.
telleal 451.
t ',. la the Polk Count area reeadllloned 1 ewttrhee ro.t 1900. stIll Il. D c.
... c,...... c..a 005. ii 06. WanI new Repalre, part laid ... Htb...,. '_
mr Ty98m7lt6Of9, .....1.. .04050 569*. loIK 09600 .. M.n eeleeted WIll have *.rn"' 175190 until appointed Thou n. lutrtnte tleo er bent tmM -. 71.
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Welle PuntpeM ,. JoIM 101* 70.4545. 562-, : p05,. OU, .rolll$ 8551195 pl... awiallr nneeeiearir THIS tolaeuea S'1217. I 260. L.k.l.nd LId",. 5554 mm ten
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.. to keet TODAY alvlni BaeMaddreee P9,58.
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:itse.cisIII I ..U10 544 05501 C.m.list. Ills 182"1& ; combination with freezer at 101.. .51.50. & _. 91154 SI I Late "I'
i S 9551 ........ Cut 05.64... ,
000.041.0 4015510r5 540 BOARDtNO tile bottom. Retail
58550... 09,555508698 o. HOLLY KeknetlCnrte value 131 list MrscelleReew
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64 586S55050tS 558,2.558585 Mvlkerrr aUfhwap. Phoa* MU $400. $250 cash buys it or (1000 Plan, 1,0... 95(4.(

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N.rtk&torsOS AND Iiiun Tn: .. PomereoleoBhehrdi 50.4. 0054157 509005
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086.9 l. .......*. Der .r tvenmri. lewdepfkdekle 54514 988.4700 ... mail. .0.9.5 .......,... and tropical.upphoiIII llmanarwa ment. Rsttarrwrt Equlpninlcm .I 5200. __. CLan 114. 080140. ...
fl =:' SOSS. S.dn I ,11II. Plumbing Supplies f. far tlealerihlp8ALl Cot.,' P.I ..... room.. _. 5100 pord.
tmi.129Bwtldlnf. I I Ia MOoD Notta :I FORD pick.up trurk. Eloel ar sod C.1 0'.
Phone or
I *M4el WANTED fer domedellverr 159.,. MU -1. 682-0161 Ila P.I. .ld..Ua buln
;: ::;1.- I .,.- I..ol. UI9 I North 454904. .1'
SI-M Owimleunevmpanp 1d. .t.'a" I 1..1
B. MORRIS Do-It ronreelfublnt ISO ,
I ,
1'POeml Shopp FnSUAU. lee bear Del Iw .
YI S..ed C58.64 _.11". hi. ..lgatlMi : Or.n. .a.lla.
.100 4l
end EMcUloal Buaplleti .
055.0 09545. 50,45. f. ..
; si:?=SPU .. nlornitltk and acllvorrtool sroup 111*. ftreloaot. and DIPS. 0103 5144541 54.4. ...... 2404071 Pon. II 'I 1001 INT600ATIONAI.nIl. B, .... 01560,

y- 5895810 OB N B B A L CONSTROCnOHReoai rental plot cut tnd threat.d _II. AppO, $554555 Dol". alJ-4.M R..... ..._.. .Call MU .r. '1.-
.. 09... ...._ Mdllloni. CUlt_ cahlkel 34 noun tamo 5504405. 44 450 WOO 0000. o' .a.

; I (.* .... tlterlor dwaratlalPrekctl ....e.J.. Lakeltnd I COLD SALESinil- fer ......rI.'' 15010200. PO..IiII, AKC 111 Sp.rtl.gG..da I LEDGER
tostructlsiIC ..,d awdera kekelln* okeoitcal eaiee. ale* meebinlcalAPPir 4.98.94 1W Ps.tflsroA *5000 125 BUSH

..__ AeefUK en* ..Id'1- Printing 55450. I1U W_ Olive.I -- 0" 50050. _.. 150046 ADS

II aiett. Eter paimenl. Call S40. I 01 reel ..r ttlt MU S-14MM MANCHESTER end f.. 95010095. tOM .I USED BUSES for .. .. School a
.Isle. pwe rlumak. Local ooaIrerUr 159055. ale* talhuahua Puppf for LIKE! TO SELL 0400,04 1.P order .' riteirpt. Ford. ChoeroM. OMC

U.k Llranted and bonded_ .FOR.1I11U ALL 8..40.rour'o..relal prlntlnf _10041.I WSSIIWSIISd ale, retdr to.. 49.1.WU nen frl. .HI ta im. D. Hat International. Pram IMO
1859 49.2.54. 09r5 ...
If 505 5498 15M001LN0. AWNING'.' 1... Lolt.rh..d.. ltth544l, TWO AKC retletrred Poodle POP- IM*. Ed 0 **. top Park M. B Ltwlt, 411eoulk CLASSIFIED OIIP4.AY"

.5 S.l ... _.... ......, boqIol 5815005 ......-. plo One 91105 98,1.. 000 lII..t A BICYCLE? Sled. Paeellaa Park lairakaai A'eoue, 8,
55 L58.086 ,... .. M Ue..13" rracTOrl wou ..._ MOW .
.Id.... .... Ph. .,.. .. C'II M1JJ21l..
55 ........ l.s158St ,0 6150 .1 Radiator Service loc id ..._. Hw *qutpmeMOn I' OAUOE _.. oaloiiMIcwelvdt NEW VOLKSWAGENS
1.52.98 l..55... ** eerrtt CHI (or los ..... '" 1 VM Ilka oewIM .
u 0et.4-t..58m*. 50 105085. Fred L P.w.. MU ....11; 91 Weated llmleck. PetsPewen $ 453.2355. FOR $1 733. S

M.rch.dl.. Carpeting ANT TYPE redator terelo. dUclneTIna Now's the time! And MU IOOKUPtodays .I.._. _._.
WB DO tractor wrs. .. _.
.__ 45s58si. 00105.05 9.56458I "AIt"'D' A f.. 4.195 ..111. 559 6-1151 Is the number. 112 WMtwdl eVU *U 105 t". lank
:: ..,.. .t...... CARPKT EXFFRT well.towtllloetkll I 504dr 5 5541.139 ... I ... leadiraplnf .I.. ha>.I 6104. Will P.' Isp 700* 59105 to 59.5sO.oo5458o. 0s5> Meet

II 558g1s. ..___ *!!** elelkirt PkrklUr 0.11)0. I fill .lIlt.. Beaunaolt. 110-2047 ori Dalrt Ma 0831.. call for a Classified ad. I .. -..- -.
r. : fH .e t J-4131. BADIA fOKS cleaned i 6l 1131 ASH: Soft ,.. wuMd Meau Cars For Sale .dsI 5517 00090,54 .
....,_ ; =-U... BLOCKS writer. 040 3.2777, I .. .tenent > kt. .
.. ..- .-- 00 chicle. crcle-ll* eaetkod Repeire sod: In this section and ..
60 -... 5e98.s. ..-- Ceacrete'LICENSED ail tract. Oendoca : I 1110105 UttSPO9S 5558109515 MERCHANDISEJ GOOD 0030 001,400,0 158.0l.o45Old b ROSS LAKELAND
110 Ii.. .....,.,.. .... South Florida IU-4S07 1:1021....., lOa... CM Miall. Mir 055 Sold by the
552 CoN S.. .05 985 .J" MU l4flt or .mae exne MOTORS. INC.
c,...... ooricRirE> ceotriotar lkrchs M.tarcyclll .T. Don't Poll 0098
.IWHI. L 0 o a nmnHiNO wumui. Sal. C
10) Pur..5..a.58.s.. Drlvewar. n__ tldewlke; WANTED Anther keoer

.. ." etreet. terbe. ptlot *nd _u... InMrlar. uterlor wentFree 3301'CLASA4PIID ___ IM*_t*) MIMOklAl $5.65.C5.AalF04000PLV .
TRrUMFB kND Ttmalia eelee
... tee. E. U. M...... ._'1. eWaMtra, r....._ .r_ 75000' 540.41"Over
$1445 FOR EXPERT of Both .... I I
nweavlk I earelc 01.strlo.Olrll50
14 WacMnery 4 to lelr eaHt]. ......1.. Mr TuranaaKEP DISPLAY CLI.'D D'"AYl'Owr
Pluitib.n* Sueele .45.84.4. 10..... mate, clartt kurkt _.... apart iodl Itrle
...._ A k>ue. M eMt ..... .0II54lIl, Rewontni Sere4 ..: W1I,4. : .bll.,.. al m, ">*". Lakeland Crclt COn 111rial
10* kedit T__ feat as I... ....3111. 1 8.500. 50 65 IIot..u. W"I .._ tu-U SMD
U.S ...t...*.. SotfHNwent ....... ...... 5919.5 .....* 1004
It .....)*** *eeke .-..... -- 0550 tOIIDAPP. "u'p P.5010584.
III W..M .._.._ IIIU MIa& PIN<1I compakrluarakteW $55 SIssmieg. P0510 I 344 5405 ........
IIS SVfee SauiononlAelenrettve ....... _. .. ...-. I RELIABLE ""*"_ Htak whoa!1----.

W* ewa"t k* under- POOLS C L E t N ID. repairedk ..00...*. Bipeneaoed *uperTleorCtleulteur .05 PI45'. like new. II4
14 __,_,. A-1 condition l.0a.Coot .
lao-utkrr. MO S41JI lloeae ia-7o 7
114 .... Ate Oeoe.Veal** Mid Ukelakd II I k II 4. .._1<.1.. tupotleeouliwekt Brown U.ed Call, cornerFlorida
ill Free aetMalee.iBteme W.... TOS Sail Mala OOLDRm :
Aul* Pmoneir.! WOMAN 0513 9591 and 55009.ft 200 Cars TiI To
I ..t.o86S.1. 'lit) 53(54 458. 05 0550457 12. Call IIU i I 20 Car
tir Automokttat Waalell I TH '
Aueemebile* .... keo.It Ttll.rllwRSThrlftr 24555 Aaflqws Choose f"m" .
Per M,re Can. TrueMIS KITE MAIDUE ladr wlehei pe.uoa ., I

Perm line.eivieett .. .. kouaekoeper. ..,........ ANTIQUE: MISCELLAMBOUS '

111 129 ....klil.. HMnee* Me*kvaelad
tOO '. $. SatMrlee. Tire rio. MO 441U.IACKIETT .aIIl ...-d tedperCOlXMtED 0.54 01 lAte 0._. '

114 '.925 795,619. and up COLORIID: 01111. "ou'd Uk. ....

Rentals U--" lar 101. cell 1111 543)7 580501S : 97 Articles Ear Sale-Mrsc.: Chevy Wagons FALCONS1O95'

IM ...1.... Ploet roe Sen! H&R Block Co. .nd 3. '
12* Pure.ehe* Aeertmenk) V.I. Air
... 509558,15 0.95.5 N.0 5 P" UFROLSTEItlNO Serv-: WOMAN Would Mllatd : AUCTION SALE CM '
.554., 5 A
111 Pe ..... .__ 00, .. .... I II I .... Slip coven ... ........ rc > war! or daj s ..... AOM :
7 31 .. $1795
112 kMMe. kaert 0.950 00._. Fre* eetlnttei DIn. tt* MU SJ4. Every Saturday : p

114 111 ...ktakile... ekefeo 106 West Walnut St. end ..u..". Ph... UI-4040. SOIUelUniiworth I 00I.0It1lD WOMAN .5015 job '

keeme Per MM RoadVewetraii 44.. 4,55 010.. 1009505954: kRIE
laS ..._ eV Ih wear* Phone CM-ltU 9 ....., ...-..-. 950054 to. AUCTION PENDARVIS

tiC keiorte k S* *e JIMsVERTICALS I 01141. Call ....1."' 7s.o.t4 'hi Au.UOII l$0e.. PENDARVIS
MMii'K Wie* koerlmeaklM
Vnfum.ekew 55.5.98 TRAINED INCOME let CO*': CQU)1I11D 0181. ...Ia Io.455 ..1: 98550,51345854

I** Veeel T* keM OIlS ..".n.. UN 400. tM HV A B 0 terHulltebnaaufaotarea I _..I w rk. c.lIl1U 3-OMO 421. .... II W.

141 Lenakeeo 1)00 PU. eiccpl ......... Her. Bowtlrod.. eteutdreftnbhed HMI-anTUID Chrlttlan 1'11... "U _13 CHEVROLET CO.

Reel$ Estate tIll Miukell. no ..........I Alva atltieh l teat work la ktin ae attendaoMkwr maawaaM -I. .. CHEVROLET CO.i .

64. ..... Meme te 544 ........ l4e .... lI&e.. ... we finance. Worala .
584 50155..5 0.5.55 trad-lai ..._ Ad....., Salai I Wtsle.d
458 058.1. 5650.5 00.580Is. IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS WOH ..... .,,i I Btrvlct. MU t-3171 P.50554 Likalsal 4t

....- "' -.. W 54856187 s04 5059.. .,.,. TV 414 B. WkeehPEPOMEsaBD .

85561.l.smO 0.00098 BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION, .0555. 50055 IIU .....11.WIfTn ei
145 U. 0.0504uS FIVE rackii
U,8.I000mSO WOMAN 650055 658 .., Iro.s120. t* k* ION I* eatlefr 0

-.. ........ DIALMU 6.1 11-Ask For CIouif led ., c......._. _I _(*eie tee *| Mark TnMUcuPHI
181 ..., 16498 ....... .00' .nd ,,'..-n. 5.454 ...... PM9 Bew Taeapo Bthwii

SIDSIs fI.. 5840 p I..d Lo..... 110. 11.20' IIIU '. 444

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133 Mobil Kernel 131 Unfurnlthtd 1 GH, HCRE WM A LAR6E WJRflIwlANO IAMB letflNO sogoc'4o1oasclctms I REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
Aporti. = ADeWHARBORl I BO CAM Otd ClIP $iaoR tijLwOwrrH! BAND. I 1

JUST FINISHED Ihrat I knroom = SINCe 'TUB SHIP 18 OI1. TMMH THOUSAND WARS ) THRGS BUT OUR WejTROMBfT TBO. U81l 153 Bosses Far Sale 153 H..... Far Sale
aparlaMnti for ndulli. cm 1 E06OR' $, l 18 'mielM
Free Rent. BurleD UNDSR CJaVHMt.HUMORSO Ptl0l
Oral haat and air condlUonbuft 1""04 I FOB THE toenlo-tlnr bndlea.Oor .
Onrr 1.000 a.. of IMiNI as,.. rHT 0 two bodroom CB. with oaf-
Free Towing. 0uIDIo '.DI'. 0.. bIbS flisollo = COWL UNO VWOl Space port oaat aide. HI." dow..
A' 735.144 PatO IW. .i 310 monthlr Rhlpler, "allOI.
Call Don lql00. 0014055 or .se.s.oo. .....'IID.
nil April 1 _1183. and Style
in train) rI.""" moot IllIra IT
modern pMMIMmi park.irrlt 139 UnfwmlikU Bosses Thom-shIp sodarn and oIt.e.tlr.I WEEK'S BEST BUY
"..t > .i ? dlfem.,0 from tno SOPO Now ._.rr throo kodraom, boll
M mobllhopM ranch tod, ALSO A _.... of 4 kadrooma and abnltu and holt homo on Hlchwarmidland I.
.II ell, fMlMIM on nl>. raIN 3 1Iod_PaRTLY furnlahod I and In one wing of Uto houiwllh .. Cltr between Crproioand
lilun an Ml DO' carnation buildIT'S .. lilT Mai Riidr HoalMr formal nnd Informal livii. Hancock Low down Barmen ,
II" loot Memorial I''... OM- aDd work .-. In ajtothor winieoaaraad no ouniurlnv, .
ALL NEW ; from ooob other brinkxrai FUSSELLE &
IPUMIMID OtMR I b.C.PSOEI. voUaa SOC n wide hall SONS
Drive Out Today To ....,.,1. I klonki ......... .ar. EttlaMt aontral ....U.. INC.
MnHunU. 110. Mil CaroUnn and eoollna. aKxloanr prlood ..111I4IeoI.1I
CIRCLE! M ..M07> or amoMm ....... Eb-uoa-H. Ill I .... Are. au-ai

'MIllft 000000j'.Ilk
.aioorl _
? north ................. 171booth. A. S. MORROW

1fII. MODIIItIl ... bodromo ... 100 5, TooL .... W I.un
Thin Week' Special PIll. 01-...... 0034)40 tell Far Sale 147 toceme 153 : HOME AND INCOME
813011101. 144 Acre|., 144 Acrieoa, lets for Set Property 153 Novice rr $al. Unto fir Sale

TWO OH throt "'roo... oloan. i I JinOE ATTRACTIVI hllblota CHOICE 101140- lot U lISP. InT! TWO OOPLEXEE (four Mar. THREE BEDROOM 114 bOSS. TWO .IDROOrc CII _. .... MOVE IN AND lot ttili maeonrr dupln al an.Ul .
50' x 10' ROYCRAFT modnn, I..... School tlom. aiu I ororlooklni Lako OlbwWalor .. Fern '1.... iMdeaavod ".011I. menu bUonina '''tal.had. LIP Plarkln room air oondtttoaw. 500515 lu'ab"' Woo oldO. OIl .. Johnson. Kooa Udo hIvmi ..
SIb IMludlm ntuitioi M-liii. pared ..,.11. boat kailntEAb fall Mil I-IM4 oendlUonod .....It.. return oinvoilmcnt fonood rard. Roal knraain la a WabHh ..'m.. M14 Ooohran START LIVING Swum dlnln' room, ked

$4995 ,T. RIO 1110110O..8. !I.k. 040101, I8I..W' Opel ACila. 0700. '!'w.... AZIIS105.01k. 'h... 4H-OIH1 ; "'JUolrabli toonu... Colt tn4011 :III WnWT PalUraon two 504.p005.5 nt thll beautifully tomMied I room Norm ildo kiiohen complotelp and "furnlihed.oultt ,. kola.

.. roolD. 05. k.sS. 6700 HI EAIUIAINEI Hoar U .. $....... 00450 III' DOPLEX DELUXE In sir, nloe or ails a p m. M1IM4"a" IM "'Ib. 0...... wllhvorkahaw. bodroom CE Homo 01....... lid. haa plo.. and rafrleralor ..
1501 West Ariana St.
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D.oaro. 104-3003. I II and. ...aII tonal of load no 50 03aa. nclibborbood, hardwood floor. \"IIRA alWROOIII CI Ilk. .... '8 tOO. EL-lHI-l MU hardwood flooro .11. eleanli Call lop appointmentno 50
Open 7 Days 9 6 P.M. CLEAN b.dro.m dupl.o, 10 none aomo wlttt how... .U' solIOocId. ....lrll banS. roroir 1.1. .11 504. ..5dllll.Ii' 1->U4 or MU '''131, ..... Wlnrrod enilor and liPId bettor. LwaUdnoar 1O-JUI
I I".O.00.. 0 .40Cm. 520 I 0001.004 VItO ..01Mm. imalI ..... olontr .1.... apaoo ranreo urofrlioralari Wid.* *8loi **"*. ** t Own with rvoiMlo oil LIke Parker aDd .the. boanllal
OMMla. ln..... 12* PaUnotlo.THREE ,..,.,..... Call .1..1. Tho...., doublo earnortlaraio aona IM. Ill louih Florid Eeet all It SALE
CLEAN MODERN lurnlihrd Onion inn, ........, Bert llodnnRealior DESIRABLE combined. Want romothlnlira ; Avonuo.NEW PH1CED It 111.WO. flO-llJI.
trailer. cotta... flood llvta.: BEDROOM ...11I.....,. IH-1711. Oils la II. Owner, ....11Ot IAROAINI MAUTtPDL modern ABBOTT-HECKES CO.
condition OtllltlM fnrnlahEiu. ... '130. a "'roo,.. '110. Jobn J HOMESITES home, three 50dm-.. lilt bam. THRU aodnom ('I. ,.. KEN HARRIS
IllM-vlIM ...kl,. sOil. ........,. Rcallort Ut W. Main, Polls CHOICE LoU ...111 and I'"' PRONTAOE WItS, two homedLocnlod line earner .... eooventenl VeenIon. haSh, ooukta ,,'_L, oorior tot.4J .
WIT. ll.. ......IQ. laid aide. Up to M -..... Lakeland Hlghlandi. Large In Induitrlal nonina anReduced new Ctrital Lake. II too Co,.... ill loo BO aloalni Realtor Cinhanior WILl Roallorl LMLA
...1..... aonui. Prlvilo eoaOIBoOII for .nulcb calo. Leah ,.* 'er ", .... Drive kr 111 .TOO down. 503.1111.OWNER I 1901 e Florida Avenue lit 5. Tonn, A... ttt-tll
ONI BEDROOM turnUh Ira motEl. BIIOIIOO" 101 bath I., .5. 113.4003 lot. 20 or more fun bearln Moaii., iia .,.,111 ......, ua.4J41 infinite Avenue. Call owner. 5004151HOMES

!r_lor..!!100. Cal) MU ajmlONI :-. 0504 ifnlal IOpoUoa.(no por n.....Ila KuIIL..lon. Call ..e,: FARE. Attractive lakeview m.rala'.eedl" grapefni: I ini-THie. Malcolm" Thomaa.IWJ SALE!

BBDROOM trailer with aakana. 3-4010 or MO 0.0605.PARTLY mm. Lane wooded mills OIlS ITADNTON A_... _., I
LKbu water furolehLeundrr .... -- .. ewer and ...., In, Oood terme.HEP and .leaelt orangee. 141 Waterfrent rrapartylACHIFICE 101 'They Icdpsoy. 'WI .1Ia. BY
PllltlSlaieED Small down
wiutln ...11.1>1.. 3IM Ii. ...... ...or..."" 13.Notlla .p.nlln" .; Land Cempanri HI: Priced at only M5M. Termi Florida" room. built In raneeeven. SOd paymentoa
".,UI ?intOd.. 181-1011. W.b" Asaoo. _I VERY DEEIRAELE 10.. In food CEPA aawnU.oo. Central sIr end ...... 0... Paths, Rood In Madulln a Joe P. Bridges
ON* B DR oIC"'II OB 00.- 500. RUorOIi 1II4or- rmOdonlIaI. 10011... 01... I. 0,4 if dealred. a kcdroom ..'" aion. or tranelerred, MU 11011RIUUCCO Uiroo "'roo.. ulo OslO. Cl ..... FHA MANAGER
Oin I Mock to .. 050. 000 0550010. 00515100 .... bouio. ITtlo. Coin or Sips. wIll tarpon and oulltf, onnteo a
line itoroa i ._
Oil ORIPP1N Road, Uria lam ..... ..... I* olf morlni C.11olorDlo
ncwlr on OFFERS.
lot .
and laundry. 1504457. two kodraoma, din, ndultimlr 5200.KAVOT5T5 Veil Belvedere. Lot (5' I ...11...... Croon.A.OnonboaIdeawar Will ...'1I1re two .... nonroilniaMi $100 DOWN
.. ......U.. 'v,, a ..... roo. h...... Pot,.. oondltion IP solo mo. .. a nwntu
BfcULL TRAILER. on Small IcLari lit, Joe Maoaluoo, Boaluum '' 140', price 13500 with term Mica M bvi ........ C.II Rail ........ MU
o patio 10 iia: room on IMIck. ..fl 74I'll .... slIp ...... 11 1001 U.3H :!GI. Wood aId watorlIM 1 ldal I .Mellon, Cleveland keiihteHI 1-1030 11I11 SPACIOUS CB HOMES
Of 0.7173 Kointi In aU lola.104L
m420J Aloe loll IDol... oltr. eleao In or caah. For if aoid kr Many iholco -
lperaono aOUTH Lincoln. Two kidrooma -WeateUo oilS .11, ...... 1850up. PT. Ukafront M mllaa wot April Hi Qonor on-Mlor Complcwlr .... .rai.dMonlblT 'Thrao kodraoffl I or S ,.ta. MI..
KICK TWO 1Iod........ Prlvalo kLakofront > ,_...., reaponilbleadulio Weeded .... ..."" ...... II 000. I of Lakdand an Uko .atchliichUat parmmu u low M IM miun of ill M ft. linni nropliu .
Lftht and ..... tunlltod. onlr m _11I1'. in, Dealrabie, ".\hOld. leu ejoooup. Sylvester Road corner lot' lot for mali M luoo. huh an BEAtmrui Bun A.,... TW.. Hop kr our oftioo or call. aarporl and ._..
No pita MM.Ul Oiler Mncalnao, _10" lU-UTn: Quantltr dieoounto 100' and .... Can ia kr booS to Kit- kroo or tour btdroom komacanllablo. NO DOWN PAYMENT
*1. or will baud lo solO oid-4 13.rocI'l i 110'. 14500, cash or 01015... or Miami lot E. O. loss Torrnnao floon '.U'
tENT oa OM4IU..
ull .Ir .
II, L. Oardner, I. run lobs wlndowa. Frloo T. R.TUCKERJr.REALTOR
tirmi. I. U Enke w aol LOW DOWN PAYMENT
bO..1IhI1 Ihroe "'..... 0010.. LAEJ&AND HIOHLANDd Dun- M MMO Mill
.urtiBj sooth
it pick .
134 Mobile H.m. Lets 111,010., P121s 50550 01'.. can Helahta. Lot .... a, new I Mall Ei Phone Maltr MU HIM 1011 BM Uonlod I MIM lass of lakalandon an POll MALL
100-1471, ._... iraoofrult for nomeUMOerner Old WOols Karon Road, For ole ova LOT
LAKE BONNY your BUT 15.011., CLEAN TWO kodroom koiiMI hard road. .....laar._ R.B. (Bob) McKINNEY APPROXllllATllLr I acme 00L.kI fnrthcr. ID'......... anil jorn BRICK HOMES HI .. .._. A... Lakeland
HOBO Park N.. I..,..' lowLakeland. 00 .1_ ... 00110. __Ion_ (.rECE M Labs Ho\1''.. ....... 1.10 f8. LoIIofnoL w_. cy 4-UII or Dan Win MV "'11'11
Hllll M< ..rr. Munle. _.... iDtulr ,113 WMinott wortk Two Inrce loW. onrnor olNewport Realtor ..."111" 5o5 bodmos .... S ..... Ct 5.1432..IHOMD.OIMALL. FIIA A_ Proporty ManaccrVA. NO DOWN PAYMENT
pal olootrlo, walor .., ...... '.' Btroaimonm. and Crrelal Lnko 0.1.. 308 So. Kentucky MU MIM 0000451 ....... _WI 14, 55. $56.36 Ann ProIll'" Mona..
motor iMt _u. Una.. Blocknew 50 011000000 001,. 000100' 5, 0 komo. mu on TOOl LOT
Orovo Park Ehopplni O.-TWO BIWROOII houos too loot lOOallt .ODd eulIT Lot 074.18001o1I Lol. B. .. OOldIO Of a. L- J1" .. ." '.".'. nitractiM I
ale oabi. Foundslion ....
OD 505000 004 aS 71400 10500,05 SoIl 551. balI 04m-d "Ilia
00110005. 1I1r1l' "oil"
Mr. flood lake flihlno and kowln .10 In 1011 L Mall. : 1
Small pela. 1840 Norui CrrUl .., MV Hill Oil = foulMiewoler am Pbone MU aIlMrURII t1155p01 o' 5Or0mIO 0OPnh, ,
( .. Ureo oaki HOME ltano.oabls. boa. or........ C... nan down pa.ont on *w lots NEAR HOSPITAL LOWMONTHLYPAYMENTS
Uko DpI UU $-'In. I THREE IKOROOM kowo BollUl.ildo ono ams.z.o Doeoeo) Road SITE BEDROOM ....... EullC 'aO4 ....,. ....'W.. Moot .....1. now nndar oooalrwuon -
DIXIE MOBILE Park. 480 Helampa Olilvland nron .._... Slot Kathleen. IIM down 13] 71 in kltchra moo. Loceled a mile. UrncUn twe bedroom homo wIth
HIGh'.". Ur l ..r. tolaMunicipal dOnORS roonh pIlot el IUTUI per month 11400 full ....... Five Colored Area Norllo 55 05. 00 ::101 I. Cmso.55o.ii. i.N1\-a. oallaooTTwBblLT Florida room, earport ... nlllltr
......... "'_ toUpnono > and ..r.... IOM Eonl Tonnaooo. aero eame aree, |2'0. I3MO full .. OwOa. .11 1.1181. bedrooms. 5.500101 PO50... CIdlso room plot additional kulldlniOwner
M3-sna. MU 1-4174 aftorlCLEAM _.. k Eerbeur roilitend real 1 'is ron' .n.I"4 50o.oa 0-i pyWELl. baa reduced .,10..
....... 045... Near tennis court and thrco I IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION
FIVE ACRE wlttt well and THREE. bodroom, itAbalk. U. rON kodroom CE 0111. .
tu tank p.,'" road .b.... Sal B). ... 1oe._ $50 A ROE OOUN'1'I fiii near Ma- iwtmmlrig pod. 79 i IM hMM alt (M OSCEOLA
lardcn ipora. nofrooolDraua viO,00. "' 1117 0-0011. dulla. ....ot .., 1000 hops ooadltlon. ni woodWornPrinUci CO., LAKE MORTON AREA 1111 south Florida An.Dan .
N.... aoree, lood blob land. ;feet high dry aur- A LAKE Furf ImailnaUoE pbonot MI-9IM:
:AiiWD Mobil. Ml TUiCARORA. MO 50.0040 and INC.
Two kedraont frame home with
lootS WinS of .
Hums Porl ... 0111.. er.b s0 Tel koaroMno, CB 810.. and erewUt Soon soo, net ta ewk teed ,veyed $1500. Roil easy hm.P nrstlaionm.blp W Ia.Ia.r ioco 411 ... .... Art two euro ..... Owner will ooll Klihti and woakradfII91U4
Kind Ml Old Xanpa rolrltcraior. klplcr. BoalioroMMoii Pronlnn on aoullt Florida Ava.auo termi. a 1 IIIPOSIOS-.PIPIIS. room 10401.11. nO.1.. 511.5151 .... ,.3. .. with lie let or I 5005.15. <0<' IM-1381 414431CLAIIIFItO
Hiihwar. Recreation hall ahuffloMnrda m"tx alibI. |j.. t* 1110 piP front foot 0 Eoroonod patio Olou. 1oe.Uooo, ."U.1>Io 0 ., all will ..b... ef'ere on ell
laundrr farlllttoa. ...- I Opon poUoBiMtrlo = 103-4.13. Zoned lor ..
oordon _
Warlni .11I0101
Jtenliw. Fkone al.lo .
.aaltnBulldar. ,
.d roada. LUbtlu Modern. IWLARUI 140 Wmttd To Rut Mite.ETriCIENCT klU niiaeM R. M. 0 oolllni bosS ooutrnctloa land mortoM, 'd'U-1. DISPLAY
I06T. MARLER 0 I air oondiuwariDIM :'. oorrlof alum _
ACRE eflekefreot propertrnoar 0 wadiar- ....... $50 PER MONTH LAKE VIEWAttractive
MOBIL homo lola Eat APARTMENTwo Folk ClI,. frTorma. olromd & SON .,
Waahor DWNIHI .
:11' -wank 01 dr, 11000 down, o11,
of Lakeland 9034 Milton Etreet MaltA 11 M II. IUplr i iBos
$00 000. W. .. "IPI.... V anao two bedroom eoncrete
Modi 10 draporiMWaUmvaU llnancodl' two kodroo II
,ho.. MU t-IW2. F-3M UHland w... Ronllor, IIU-H3I 1401 .. ROllSsr.m-po ..,..I ,h..... Ideal ....1.1.. .. Hani oron a I aol I h.drsum ".. ...... block with Florida room, br.flo-I
Nit'. 00'1411 lot"ellr.two. ........ NoI. MU 5-wo 0 I aaUiaWOT Park, oollota, .hurob. ......1. 51105 UPwoS Ii .511 11II"1.1' war and attached eeran Leuof
13$ looms For Hint REAL ESTATE Mar trade for eeulir In 1,,3 *>'..'*. ........, .._... Mo ..alir>in., no ....,n. oaat noHtraa. extra wllh. thll pro_". Lit.
throe ..._. borne oukjaet .. ? oirf o. cmrMEAHI .I IUI MookUublrd nhon. Minimum down ......nL ui oho SkIm tovelr bums.PLANF HI
LAnOB ROOM .1..... mar bui.Gentleman IrIS ...rIo.... .....1... ItS Boniness Pnpirtf I ORAOI wooL: an-UH for appolntmonV and ron morn In For Informatianihonf 1
,..lor,"",. Price reaeonable 143 Mobile Hems LetsIIIAUTlP'D1o ..... CAUMO TWO'TUB aid1 Cl ..... Thrao Monitor ahrouitt Frtdor I CITY

MTJ -U4l. TAMPS HIOHWA ISO a III. r-1411 ...... Wibli tM-iUD ...,.... '-" ....... ran 550. 1110 down and about III a
ON' IIOOM too ..nU...... Dla., LAROE lOad, tot HIGHLAND Owner ....| offer. John Erie I .rt.leO, ._ "III". 570 .... month for kttreotlve two bedroom USED TRUCKS
101..d 0000. Call NU 1-013:1.: or trailer on Late Parl.r. lew- DRIVE .an Realtor. 114 Watt MainREUCENTIAI. aL .,,!... 1001 Colo001a" 00. 0114033 MU 2-1283 home In MorreU Park udor
II. Tank walor ODd "10. fbIMDJ1 PHA
PRIVATE IIIITIIANCK. pr15atobath. MMMEROiitnduiwlal ,ISO MlutlliMn IIOD'I'IW.1' .lDa ...... I., 1
lob. 1Iod.. c-....... 00oaDO bete arilar aid nilN, |] oom loWS ..... all aroao. un .aI. or roal 4151Isis .. bail OPEN HOUSE
.. ..ullul.... Ia h. II... Oily. PosIts. III' & "_III ball dlwo ..,..... AI.. bOON 'IS I
;144 Lets Far Sal lime ...... v:0t.: :
103 .1
.U 3-311' Acraagt, Cllrui n moil ROod, 0114150.iii7iUThiAL I .11.? I.r.aI.. MU 10..... Clonlana Hihta Bird. MARY LEAHY over onolno : !
lolL Jobs. MltehtU Koallnt. ItMa. ThW0OOM Paahlonaklo 4 bodroom oiornUn online, I aoood oxlo. A I Ioonditloil
OORNIBIIDIWOM., OenUeman PIVI: ACRE traou, |>| ........ ThACTMj11i. BOMM row ootoMo on urn ca. 1..Iob... block noar Lata H.lllno.III.V..L hum710 ,,.,.I>'M
preferred 50 weeur. floor bum month. Mel Rudr ruaiwr--lm MU Mild nr MOM Costs ....., .._. .... Iaari nun WBIT o* WEMTER. t :5000.. low IOul Iowa,, I-" Ill. Wall-lo-waU, .....IIIU... ...... W .uu 'It POliO Eeonollno .... Veryolean.
aid .10'''. lit W.l Mauullo.MU a Memorial' al'" MO a4101.JHOICB .'.h..., Railroad. aiotni I AND 4 BEDnOOME. MM lIOn 550005 044541.iiF7i1.IasitN rnpoa and .... bonIto... II.. ...| tHrouon.out .
_ll. Job i. Eruaao Koallor, ...- PHA. oommllment IUI per ,, ,, ,. ....1111PARMALL
ROOM: PIOIVATI boll. kIOohoa BUILDIHO alto, lOll" TO PEA DAUFIED ffTIMMBt I.... "',...... _.... ..... oiler.Por '
I.. dtrwtlr kehln SoM Cle>o- Cob with' oulMvntor,
0.0,100,10 If dm0.4. poIroll 00. land Melihlo Bird Coll MU aV OWN A PART OF OWN" siIom ppojj70rl HOP*. MAI/TOM HIT a Oil bolos. ioU, 000 _dill.... I nformatlon phoni owner. distributor,
.,..... Cn,001ro0 1.rollon. 005..aoabIn. IMIIi. MU 1-3170. 10.. 100 bIcra Esol 15.. MEMOMAU MMirr AJTmlCB. slop Lok. .11I.110.. 10,00500 Winter Haven oollcot) Itl-lHl: oondltionod m-.Sm.
.14 .l01I...... ._00. 50,004. 101 0.04 tram-i., PeR ..1.1.. room. Lou IsO Top SUPERB DUPLEX!
LAND BUT-1011 aorao Olal.. FLORIDA r.., dopi4 IJ 'OIl lols.. leo flno".I". OoopIs K. MIU.r. CUE Godot nnrdon traotor
| HI UnhiralihtJ Aporti.UNCOLN ,rand pine I.... IM par aero i boO dim- II........ "orllo ooi 0050oo. "S..I3131 1.4-ansI. CLOSE TO LAKEHOLLINGSWORTH ;'Itfl4005pW'paint hltoh, tano moworI mwiM
340: ten cattle renoad and Bail OIoom50r Otrosi Ill ...1 but bckiaitTNADCt SijN3citie 10.. ao4'iiVsr oultlvator mod turn
root fenced. Corral lad toadlnaUIM ...,. 1" 5080 0.ooli.' 100 Iwo h.... 'III I... ONLY $100 DOWN! .,.*. Liao now .. "K
s.c.m sad
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[ OOORT IM nor 10 ,IIoPIII. If1I 04075.SENmI .
, films for oolorod 11500 ..... KM noieehead HAVE "'u.. takolandirant 11300 den.. 575 5.054,05. Aroitor
oPla. M500.
a p. ontO
5 5ACRE[ i kowo Lotob.,.. "IUo. PSs_ ........ es.frUSNllOlLh .. Four bedroom two bath on Many mare
North Lincoln and Woot 1tkMV ,80 ol rolls onlr UOOOO OOMMEHCUL lotaTtwT Call 1111114 RUld apaPblnS .... sat altran.I,
1-I3M. 3.000 ..,... four nlloa from CrM klorki $., -... o,7 t.3 ....M"" $ ./.., a dallr1S2 IIJU. southslde. Kids walk to both 02,5 C. Hom.. I 104000.1. o. fe enaaie frets
Oordcna. U .. klnhwarronloio Parkor Ettool, Parker ... OOlt 4wIi ;; 05040 old.. Loros ,
TWO alWROOM 115.00 Ia DI... ... ,.u. 10... Southweat ichooli. Total I'b ;drJ:1In. :
onlr 1710 Pot ante Bail Estate Wasted HoaI homi .1110 lit,.. 10&0. All In .lstrl I '
laD. Pill" r.dOoO000d. 575 0 0. Co Lola or R. L. OordnofLAKELAND TRACTS .U' som.lioo limoS .Utod price only S9800| V A.. .. oIl lor.. rooms .lth SoSfloor. QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL
month. Leah, .waor. MU 1-434. Dlell' .....11'. 10U .... Mull.Silo alII.'II. .
IIU 'WE an rainllol Kaod llrtlntaor .vOIl 55. lD'or..1Ioa pbOoo 007111tji .; Doub'' am-pO and
.. .U .131. FOR ONLY WEST MEMORIAL .* nniola. ... Rod'. 05.1. a.sou. ... I blocka Iron Uto colletoOver I
1.7004.U50 "E 5RTilul. I Lot I lor 1111 ...! _trloI, 4M-4IO IIWIIOOIC, ,"111-18 ..Ilrh.N. NEAR SEARSTOWN! 1100 ao. ft lorna oraaiid. ,-,
UDGfICLASS"ED 70 .1..'. walklnn .1.1.... ? $25 BLVD. Once PuS 100110. 2433Oe0.m,0 Call Earl' r."I TRUCK & TRACTOR
HouUiialo ahovDlnf and aohooliwarm I ,,-. $050 4011. Plo :urnl.hed two bedroom MT T> H'."T ....1... nt MV
Call NU i40At MU City Hoes.PIes. .
.OOO. lit
I 04,50. 1111 a"lD .
ADS I.J.O.GROV'. Comer Ruth Street and two bath with detached la. M*. 1'1
'lid. Shim
LAND 10 Sa5.. Plao Boulevard. 157% fronting C. bsuos lur........ CarpoplCs. aga on corner lot. Total ( .......'....11_
CL..I'IIID .04 SohL 0.4,0110 hIgh laM 'SEE on the boulevard by 190 "M Ehorlr VIII toils 'or la Sort price only $9.0001 I RO-1150 '
DI..L..V. eactlon Lakeland lino laadrloll. ou'l IBU H lURE 1.010404 lit ..Ur..... MU I. CLA.'IIID,. DIPLA'I__. I
Price I960 m -. Tornuai deep. M ionln Price 129 IT bows," E. 1. UUiorlrl Pals ,
... IM K L. 0.04.01. | or ......,, tMLA 104 E. Tonnooiio =
FONT/AC R 0. LIlt or Ror K. Lola nt LAKELAND 000. Terms If dealred. AranM ...... MO 1-1111. '10110011. I.. b.lh.1 MEL RUDY
Dick Rtaltr. 1011 Ea t MainPhono Nail to a. ,.... 41... FarklniWANTSOi 'crooned II.itI-.... .orpirt.1.1I
1 1sn I MOI13JpAOTtiRE LoU will trade : en to- widnewelrnUer LMA REALTOR

JrJnNofSafeiKTAIL LAND 400 ....... ACRESON R.B. (Bob) McKINNEY BUOOItiu lots I 31.0, -...or... lot IITT Can W...nmumi Lane MORTGAGE BROKER FOR SALEBY
rood Mil aomo timber. aornlcleared. oraanaro I Sa4-035$.
DRIVITHI Noar Plant Clap Only Realtor of kouao Caom 4taJ.CaU .
1527 E.
I1M per ..... Term NOW downoo DADE CITY ROAD 301 So. Kentucky MU 3-1102 MU I-43JI. fWo BEDROOM .. IJoo 0. Memorial Blvd.
5. k 0_. 50 0. Lob or Road Mew soil boo.., aundar dial 68M107 any time OWNER
Rar K. LI,. nt Dick. Roellr. 1S1nounuiriE bean For Sole 1-1 p nt. ano down L. Barbourrwleiored .
BEAUTIFULCATALINA 1011 OslO 001*. Phono taa-0113 MEL RUDY: 101I1 eaWM broker
LMLA REALTOR 14* Forms HEW. ...... row Acres Charlie Rd.
Crtvtt Taylor
ReKkei thraa kadroooia tka ro--uorn.a ealold. kr famllrUflTiruiODKJlN Memory
MORTGAGE IROKER :a't... twin koda Walkin dulanoa I 5l55 N iD_ 0.50500,. on.
To DIRE FIVE ACRE Plant COO? farm obopplni aid oiamontorrMbaol i 10)110" d000Is 50.050 0100 Wllh0111011II. IfS GOTTA GO!
15J7 E. Memorial Blvd. borne, f''''1_. Mops In. II.:WO air,. atroct Iron ,Sooth. I .. awtwt. ".. a 'd- Urao eoncrina, ....1 ono wok 10 ...'", home, S talka Clark Manltr ...- w it Jgalor Hun. Wait WlpdiorIroit I loom boa... .. ..,... Houlhilde MO d...location will more Three rot bedroonu to. ...."."' ., 4 kolhl, pulrt-ln' air eondltlonlna" and
4011 I
dial MH1C7 any timeIs oil aouth Llnoaln A.1
:yo. Opt* Bundar -.. nloa naiiUuMo Orrital Uka.homo. two batna, built-in klKihn listing. Coriiokor h.".. on< polh. 12 ,.., oM
M Pint .
heat and air oondl.Uonln
I helpful and productive 20 YEAR TERMS poll ir.ta 3t1. Shoal IM- wlmmlnt, aaod Ibblnr. UrniMOP <. Comer lot wllh S nice' ...""h, .Hnn ...... .......? wllh bloom, ,lorejo lovmkly .

.uoonTID rnici worker uit ClassIfied I ACRES N.W. TOWN fCI ....... :M narai in n...,_ ;PORtCLOIID_ ItlPOM E EI 11araaln .lad, lot or tour Tkrot kadrooma kodroom. laraianolod and ronio. traoa CniUnn drnpo. Inudod. .1 loniwipoo Tore) with ....,,'. ipreodlnf' .onki

tuaiod kotworn two main pan : *". _.. an wren, I IA SlOP ....,.., irooa. I. FlorMa room wllh 11,.. dofwooe!, chi"... ehntnut oioloni mntcomollloi.
J2806KERLEY Ada. An ad-wrlter will roOdl, all lanced SInk aol I, Complelo INTO oantoklni I Mol Rod, IIMI.... IIJ1 a Mi-I.1.... Kilt leroonad PositS CAU MO I-J700 loxnni
ood for _uro. delopmen. VItA trrlaauoo., New ........ I orlal El.d. oat4IHCOUPUTELY an btuilr room. ',",bl. oar.wl .
or 1D,,,_. ooTall. your _lot 1 004 crop oclimnto II000-14000 loll roaaaoMIr .. ....Ider I
help you attract Just- =t our IOM priced ol laoooo M'.. .. uoooon. NO o.wi. .....AND.., atUullnllurnlabad ,.all.. kMii In .....,... ....

PONTIAC right workers. Dial MU 't 1151, B. 'lUrker.Call IMnar Jr. RiaiSir Paul.OIlS. Call. IT Jim. $Poworo....,,with.'.. T. R. Tootor. I I''lore*. kua ......... Onlr Hnndr|].|ooClaib to m.. SHOP ATNOME Price Only $69,500 Terms To 10 Years
.. M1J 04571 or ..,...... as MU .1113. I ...,1,, 4044011OJt lioaPMATI AtEA. 11\... tod.oom -
0,... Till 9 P.M. 1-1131. ...:JIOO. .50.aStoaopo'iU'i5SO.s twt katk brlkwoio home.
Mithrva* II C ROM at 30 eore ..... M SONs mntnn.oineur TO krfrooai, two kaM, ouolwi :........,. larata. Valued 111. On lourh .,... Intdnroro 4 I." w.ot ". Charlie

...... "IUI RootS wluj ooeio v. oonditlon, CI noon In : 11 wo' BppaHtto Misdo bulldlniMMU Taylor Root1 korwoan PI.., City sod Lokolnnd, Vlmil
tL."IIID" DI..L..V lerulal on fin Solos landMapid,
nnd Paroao .ro... 10acree Milla for _'11..., <<;.U.
PRICE REDUCED I to O rn. All en eeur MU t-JIII ,MOM Laaaiod lour MM!| WMIit wisP ol Polio County lino Inrirchoitao.
I 91 neree Improved, I'irrleanon arodlor M pood raaiL PhonoilHtrioitr. .
well. ModonUMd konw. IAROAIN TOnER aU/a4ll.. CB athool ,... 03n.000PItS and save Turn to the ;
Highway M, 31 acres with CM I apas o, ..Ul...... ...... b..... Carport ntullr. .wnlniwlndowa u.ooa down low parminta Classified Section for real

290 frontldl highway. Formerly Hoovf kloom. Onlr. Pact Ml loo predtMUoneiecUMt. wlib ,. no Inialalod slIp tanaa, nlM, ..Mlfbbornoad aloo-- i I 1% Iniorait. IM-WU, owoorrtrleeraior valuta offered to you byakeland'i I Will Show Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

priced It o23SOO.! Now terein Mln MltoheU Realtor. Iii ootl Toroia TUroj bedroom tARTtf luinUriidbuiltin leading firms 1
1401 .. nerUo. MO M114 or loll Woodland Drlra lot IV I :. auiomaUd ram.. e.n.I Do it oow.CLAaSlrIID. 4 To 7 P.M.
waahor plui much
offered r for quick silo for 1-4010. 10$' 1550s load. 01510. 04.700o.rlk

only IU.500. Excellent 010405.IOOT1Ir.. b.Iio.s. ;ill nan_Fariad, I.aonlral. koatlnf ODd
530 050000, : 4e 1.4. I \IN ontlro houM 3

term 10 ACRE GROVE =0511.. 011. :',""=-IIa: asobIn I;wdrooma plentr, .a I full kino tile bolha..... ,Lone Cloa.te DIOPLAY_

OQuIL,. ...... ...., 'Tint room. dlnin area nndlohon
I. ..... Vista.. 1Ir1. 150. ae.uLoll. M-3711 w. : ntllltr room Conitder
R.B. (Bob) McKINNEYRealtor .. Co.d1000 .ODd". Ppop.r asia lalo moaol anobllo home or
tr .01.. '_1..1'" osortoo .54 NDEJt CONDTRUCTION TradlUonai .ood oeroMO trado for oqullrItr I
ripe tor development Put Mill In doiiin I..L..... aopalo C VMIIUoe fire pratoetlon Mor
on mr oneck llot lola. Prteodat dlnlni room ... font. II tuoa. Ona blork ,
What a way to lave money on your next new lOa So. Kentucky MU :1-1102 enlr 13,900 oc... Oood keys 0 r room wltn .:=. doublo ,00d, Cleylaid 24.10500 III.:1:: :
door onirr tops. double torooorlar 2t 814 WillOw A.... Sal MU 51330Op
truck! Get comfort oxtra good looks
coOpS I Brao, LaMland a moot doirabio Ii lQOilOt.lmSOS., I
and EXTRA BIG SAVINGS Offer endi Mar 31. A. S. MORROW : ".... Bon Olwn knlltf- Dodge Dart


THIS OOOCI CUSTOM CAI COSTS $71.00* 011 IfOCflcuwruo Ira... 05011,. ,
ADS 400 a kimislal Sled,
MOn than tire itondard Dodge Cob. It give MV 5.0150MATURE G.M.C.Announcoa .
you doluxo Itemi "liko this t--Full Foam Soot CLAnl"'IID' 0l0PLAY' I TRADE[ FORCASH : The


TO US. II son.. I mile Benin of Laki
2-Eon. rSeot and IMIM Inaulotlon on doth Wl MV TOP MICH FOR .. _., .. thle U n eood irooovbS40 I Va TON PICK-UP 2 DOOR SEDAN
under floor mot, under Mot under cowl terrlllo PelonUnl Eacellenl
ANY CLIAN price and torma. Only $1795LAKEIAND
sod headlining.
3-Cigar: lighter. TED TOWSON woo lowlo For VourNo
-Lett-hand ormrwit. ...,n. mooted ... MOTORS, INC. I _loP .. or Uead Trucn
.. era a sue an a. ".. An hon uouMd rUe It .
5.-Right and 'loft fUn loll prtro not 1500 W. Memorlol live -
vieori tao Federal 1045.0.16BrIhe Ph. MU 2-SIII !, through E Lade Want FRAME
laxea nnd dNtlnatMn tLAasoPI000lsPl.AY Ad. Its I smart way to

molding metal drip ", .r... get quick cart. Dial UUw1151 & AXLE SERVICE

-Chrome-plated grille right now.CLA.hlFllO .. W. Memorial ......
I A w._ 030.Psi. $183000THE

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BUNKER HILL INC. N. .0 -..... 0540 ,
31$ N.. Florid. 1-l0.i Son 55041055.S. ;

302 W. Lemon St. Ishlend .... kism S..5 "foiir frftnafy Oerfje ..

Phone 682-3135 302 W Lemon St. Ph. 682-1135

Ali. 5 W Cml..,.. 44m0055S.o.1..moc Florida
by 5im I Ma,. .04 $1m51al, Lakelend


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refin mefJts'of the, most jackets. The exclusive;"Contour Collar" -: \ '
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'ti. youngster in today for a try-on.. Solids,. bold, stripes.. ; .' S ', '. '
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