Lakeland ledger

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Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title:
Lakeland evening ledger
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Place of Publication:
Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
February 3, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
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v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


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Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
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General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
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Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)


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Airplane Quiz Paris

Plunges On Asia


Ten persona were killed today
when a crippled South Central! r officials are expected to aeek

Airlines plane crashed and clarification from Parts in the

1 burned after takeoff from t next few days at to what Presi-

Gainesville Municipal Airport. dent Charles de Gaulle meant

Sam Coaster, president of the In proposing a neutrality treaty
airline, said the dead Included
for Southeast Asia end what he
nine passengers and the pilot of
the twin-engine aircraft It was tends to do about It

the first fatal crach for the air Along with De Gaulle's rep

line since It started operations gnition of Red China, the neualltatlon .'
May 29, 1963, he laid. plan is a source of

One of the victims was Identified deep concern at the highest
as Dr. W. Cowperthwaite, levels of US. government
director of the Division of Plant From President Johnson
Industry of the State Depart. I down, U.S leaders are worried
ment of Agriculture, The agriculture Jv"Oswald's bout the impact of French
department at Tallahassee i moves In the Far East and especially
confirmed he had boardedthe in Viet Nam, where thllcountl'
plane at Gainesville. )' has more than 15,000
Stretchers For Plane Crash Victims The Beechcraft airplane was men engaged in a fight against

flight 819 which originated In Communist expansion

AH vnidenhfito'. etrndoitt ... ._ ten ,._ In GeinetvHI. (AP Wirephete) Ocala and was en route to Jacksonville Johnson Uncertain
the victims ., South Central Airlines .irpUm. th. c..."'.. and .
Several people ran to the Widow To Uncertainty over De Gaulle's
crashed plane and tried frantically proposal was evident In President -

to open a door, MM. Mtfln. Otwold fortified before the W...... Johnson's news conference
GE Submits Votes Saturday when, discussing the
State Team Will City Secretary Describes Scene Cemmiiilon In the inveerig.tloii I",. the .1 John F.Kennedy. neutralization plan, Johnson

Jo Ann Rowell, t secretary, M... Oiw.ld thaw .. the seemed Lit night efter 0 told reporters "you will have taask
Low Bid OnGenerator Medical I aid the sound of the engine on flight teens Delias) h the widow ef L.e H.rvey Oew.ld, occuitd ., Gen. De Gaulla about the*
->. takeoff indicated there was killing Kennedy leet N.v. 22 In D.llei. (AP Wlrehot.Oswald's .) details of his proposal."

w View Jr. College StudyBy some trouble. She said she Immediately From other high officials Itwas
went outside the ter learned that the United

minal. Widow States does not know precisely
General Electric Co. submitted WILLIAM D. SHILLING .
Would be rescuers said they
what, if any action De Gaulle
the apparent low bid todayOf i Sites TomorrowBy Ledger Staff WriterA could see people sitting In their i has In mind, to carry out hla
$1.486.055 for a 44.000 kilowatt : comprehensive study of seats inside the craft but the reposition. If he is talking

generator for the Charles the future expansion needs of blaze was so hot they had to Tells ProbersOf bout a vague, ultimate goal,
Larsen Memorial Power Plant
the municipality's medical give up attempts to break open perhaps years off they see no
RONNIE STUART When the survey team arrives -
Westinghouse Electric Corp. the door. But K he in-
Ledger Staff Writer at each site, It will be complex was authorized this great difficulty
entered a bid only $2,545 higher "We were trying to get the ends now to wage a campaign
at$1,488,600 for the generating BARTOW An eightmanState met by a representative of the morning by the city commission. door open but it was too hot," Her Husband for neutralization of South VietNam I
equipment. Department "of Education donor who will answer members any said Miss Rowell, who joined they see serious trouble
that team
Raymond D. Perec, thedly'l survey team will arrive questions The action, In effect stalled those at the- wreckage. "We .head.
here tomorrow for a look at may have. could see two people inside. WASHINGTON ;., Following up t>ta tMOanI \\\ a
purchasing agent said for the time being the j (APJpjlflWartcn : 'I.\a\'pa t .
that the. two bale ware r..,. ai'. potentialities for the per- The survey team schedule requestof They, were burning;:.'*k? n"l\.tOftr'' Wwald'j'ald" \ '"a1fIc''wawMc l : or Jt.eIt'Qt\1W\ last Monday' 1*
a r'9ocaduny ( 1M pew 1st j the Children's\ :.Rehabilitation Dr u..c.aroU.,employ, assassination Gaull told a''Paris conference:
bigr 4he of Pro
.. erred to G.illllutld..En.I- ; ; .
neering Corp. for evaluation. I' ;() Junior; COafg ;' i6 ...n. v. A ) -al're ails Ranch fur a landleasefor said: dent John F. Kennedy, begs n her husband had killed Kenn Friday that he could not conceive

I J, C. Mitchell, director' of offered by Holland Brother construction of a $10,000 "''It looked like the plane wa I today in secret Interrogation Timetable Listed administrative services for the five miles south of Lake building.! about 200 feet high. The left Marina Oswald 22, widow c"r Oswald, 24, had been charge I concerning the states of Southeast
school system, said the Wales, adjacent to U. S. High hand motor cut off and the en Asia" without the participation "
Gulf Design (is the engineer county City Manager Robert V. the accused slayer. with the assassination of Kennedy
27. Of the 160( acresre
team will spend about 30 min way area made a whining sound of Red China. He wenton
of record for the municipal undeveloped. Eight acres Youkey was instructed to organize Brought (o' Washington traIT I the fatal shooting of Dalla would
each of the sites, offered what neutrality
ity's major utility expansionprogram. utes at by various individualsand are on Crooked Lake. The don a committee to studyall (Turn to Page 2, Column 6) Dallas, Tex., Sunday, Mrs. Oswtld : policeman J. D. TIppitt and the mean'to say In the area-such things
Reynolds, Smith & of the future was escorted by Secre
or has agreed to a $10,000 allowance phases city's .
cities. : attempted murder of Texas "foreign interven.tlon"but
Hills, of Jacksonville, Is the for heavy clearing needs, Including privately-sup Service agents this morning tc a. ending
scheduled to did not spell out the
The team Gov John B. Conns lly, who
firm. the of the
consulting engineering and there are 40 ported welfare agencies in the headquarter presl
study information on each equipment was wounded In the attack on countries to which it would ..poply
medical field.Prompt dentlal commission to undergo
On the turbine generator.General additional acres PassengerList
the donor .
site, prepared by the President.As .
t day questioning
Electric said shipment cost for a public
on Wednesday Start Asked Oswald was being transferred Johnson said that if Communist -
Given on the movements and activities -
could be made 48 weeks from school site.
Nam and U.S.
the date of service The Installation No Date Given 11:30: am. The Winter Dr John F. Dominick, director of Lee.Harvey Oswald, the from the Dallas City North'Vlet
Hall[ the he supported South Viet Nam could
of and educationat to county Jail was I
time was listed at 84 Following Its scrutiny of the Haven Golf Course, offered by the training Lakeland General Hospital GAINESVILLE (AP) Here professed Marxist who was fatally shot Jack Ruby, Dallas 1 be neutralized "I am sore that
weeks, and the operation timeat various sites, the team will the city of Winter Haven. The II the list of the ten persons lam two days after Kennedywas night club operator, is charged would be considered sympaetlcally. -
and the Polk County Hospital shot Nov. 22 In Dallas. (
of 98
64 weeks. make recommendations as to course covers an area killed In the crash of a South ."
with the slaying. I
said that he believed thata
Westinghouse specified 70 which sites will be suitable acres In a residential area. Included Central? Airline passenger plane The questioning was held In
weeks for shipment: 90 weeks for the use of state funds In is a club house, and comprehensive study couldbe here today as released by the the Veterans of Foreign Wars
for Installation; and 92 weeks construction. the course la landscaped and made In from six months to airline. Building by Chief Justice Earl FIRST TIME

for, operation.The Mitchell said there has been fronted on a lake. one year 1. J, W. Willingham of Gaines- Warren, other members of the
4s to be pur. no Indication as to when the 1:45: p,m. A 40-acre site "The study should be started yule, assistant director of the even-man special commission,i I
chased as a part of the Cityof decision will be announced.The on Lake Arlana In Aubumdale. Immediately" he said. "We School of Forestry at the University I. and its team of lawyers.The Viet Cong AttacksI
The site was offered by the are a little late now becauseof
Lakeland's $9.6 million util- county school board must of Florida. commission has Indicated
sites Patterson Estate. An additional the great expansion of the 2. D. V. of Gainesville
ity expansion program.In select one of the rec- Legate It has no plans to hold public
other action the city ommended by the surveyteam. 40 acres are available for Lakeland area 3. A. Servos of Gainesville. hearings, or admit news
commission agreed today to $90,000. Dr Dominick said that he 4. Dr. W. Cowperthwalte of men to the questioning of any U. S. Military PostSAIGON
with plans for widening Heading the team will be 1:30: pm. A 90-acre site believed that all future plans Gainesville, director of the Di of the witnesses it may call in
proceed of East Parker Street Dr James Vattenbarger, director at Eaton Park, The site, offered for at least the next 10 years. vision of Plant Industry for its attempt to fill In gaps In the
44-foot width from Massachusetts of the Junior college by the American Cyana- In the medical service and clinical Florida Agriculture Department. chronology of events related tothe Viet Nam (AP) at 4:30: a.m. In the mountain
to a Avenue to Ingraham board of the State Department mid Co., includes four "ma agency area should be. 5. Bill Gibbs, University of assassination Two guerrillas were killed and city of Kontutn, 260 miles north-
of Education. With him jor hills" and pasture land. coordinated to provide maximum 'ennessee assistant basketball one U.S. officer wounded today east of Saigon.
Avenue.recommended by CityManager will be three other SDE staff 3:15: p,m. An 80-acre site service In the future. coach. Testimony VoluntaryThe In tho first Viet Cong raid on an Nine Vietnamese civil guards
As Robert V. Youkey. members, two representativesfrom adjacent to and north of Lake Thomas Moore, of the Chil 8. R. Anderson, Ocala. Warren commission has American military compound detailed to guard the eight-
will providefor Florida State Universityand Hancock. This site was offered dren's Rehabilitation Ranch, 7. K. Mackay, Ocala. aid Mrs.. Oswald is testifying since the Vietnamese war be- building compound were absent
each from St. Petersburg by Marshall Hampton. requested that the city consider Eaton Plans In-
elimination of two one t and 9. Mr. and Mrs voluntarily originallywere Ian. without leave, prompting an
the Junior College and St. 4 p.m. The Bartow Air leasing about five acres Ocala. to hear her in Dallas. The grenade attack on headquarters vestigation to determine if they
(Turn to Page ,2, Column 5) John's Junior College. (Turn to Page 2, Column II) of land for a new treatment 10. Roger Thompson, pilot, of Tuesday In a copyrighted interview of a detachment of 130 were involved In the Incident.

center. 'occoa, Ga. with radio television officers and men was launched The Viet Cong casualties were

$2,500 Available gunned down by sit American

Alleged Big-Time Sarasota Bolita He said that plans envisioned 'sentry, Spec 4 Dale D, Flinn,
I Cerebral Palsy being duty because the American
located In the same area. t ;l f ,r r R ( : had decided not to depend on
Moore said that the CRR has Vietnamese security.
Operator Held In Slaying HereBy about $2.500 available for a Under cover of darkness, four

new building, and that it plan. guerrillas cut their way througha
ned to raise about $7,500 in a barbed wire fence around the
house there. Detective pointblank at McKinley, hitting -
TOM HUGHES a gambling future fund campaign.He compound.
Ledger Staff WriterA Lt. .Arthur Johnson of him once in the heart. said that the work of the l ws While one guerrilla stood
the Sarasota department term- The bullet tore through his h fence three others
32-year-old Negro man rehabilitation ranch is supported guard at the ,
was shot to death last night at ed Simpson a "big-time (ambler body and came out his back. by the United Fund by ran toward a building hou.ingfield
331 W. Fifth St., reportedlyover who handles bolita herein As McKinley Jerked around private contributions, and by grade officers, who rangein
a $40 debt he owed an the Negro quarters. He Simpson allegedly fired again, I a "pay as you can" policy for rank from major to colonel.
brings a lot of it out of Lake this time hitting McKinley in I
alleged big-time bo!it a operator I p.tlents.4fl1i'lJY. Spotting the Intruders, Film
land. the back. McKinley
from Sarasota. opened fire with his rifle, but
Jack McKinley Capt. Grant M. Harden, top of one of the witnesses. .w
Police said that they made It into the building
of 312 head of the detective divisionat Two Flee I'4 and each tossed one grenade.

W, First St., the Lakeland Police Depart Simpson and Arrington then One grenade went off In the
was dead from ment this morning said "Simpson got into their car and sped room of a U.S. officer, wound
a bullet in the has been suspected of bo off. The only description of Ing him and setting the building
heart. lita operations in Lakeland for the car police had was that it afire
Being held some time." was bearing a 16WW license Page As the terrorists ran for the
the Lake I The shooting occurred shortly Amusements 10 again.
by plate. a' fence, Flinn opened fire
land Police after 10 o'clock last night Patrolman W, J. Connell Bridge .. 11 They shot back, but missed,

Department police said, after an argumentarose saw a car with a 18WW tag Comics .".... 10.11 and Flinn killed two of them.
over a gambling debt, 4
for interrogation and requested assistance. Patrol Classified 12-13 The other two guerrillas escaped
this morning i> Argument Beported cars converged at South Crossword Puzzle 11 in the darkness.The .
were his Witnesses-about 30 of them Florida Avenue and Belvedere t dead Viet Cong carrieda
alleged assailSIMPSON -told police that McKinley. Street, where they arrestedthe Deaths ..... .. "" ." 2 Fv 43-caliber pistol and a French
ant. Willie l Arrington and Simpson were two Negroes. A .25 caliber! Dear Abby. .. ......11 submachinegun.
Alexander Simpson 62, of in a back room gambling. Mc- pistol was found in the glove Editorials .....".".. 4 # r The building burned, but the
Sarasota. and James Arring- Kinley allegedly owed Simp- compartment of the car. Fulton Lewis Jr .... 5 spokesman said Flinn' alertness -
ton, 41. Buffalo, N. Y. It was son $40 and an argument be- Officers T. E. Hodge andE. saved the Americans
Simpson, police said, who allegedly Lee, who Investigated the Horoscope ".".....".... 10 a s from greater casualties.The .

fired the fatal shot gan.McKinley got up and walk- case, along with Detective H. J. Lowman ."........... 6 wounded officer, whose

from a .25-caliber automatic ed out. Simpson walked over L. Brown and several other Radio TV.."........" 11 Identity was not announced, suffered -

pistol. to a counter and allegedly policemen, turned the case Sports ...................... 8 Strongman Holds His Ears burns, cuts and scrapes
The Sarasota Police Department asked a woman for his pistol, over to the detective division. Weather --------.3. M.|. Cen. Ng.,.ii Kherih, new military .1 South Viet Ham, holds' kit .... et he but was not in serious condI-
Detective J. R. Carter was to
this morning said that telling her that he was
had been arrested home. going question the Negroes this Women's ., ........ ..... 6 wetchet a kewltier tint during launching ef .Urge ., .,.in.t Communist Viet C.*. guerrillai tion. He was taken to a Held
via cable, from Seigenl) hospital at Nha Tung.
twice on charges of operating Simpson then allegedly fired morning. north .> S.ig.n. (AP Wireehot.

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Airplane Quiz Paris

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persons were
when a crippled South Cenral officials are expected to>> seek

a t Airlines plane crashed and clarification from Paris in the

burned\ after takeoff from next few day as to what President .

Gainesville Municipal Airport. u Charles de Gaulle meant

Sam Coester president of the in proposing a neutrality treatyfor
airline said the dead Included
Southeast Asia and what h*
nine passengers and the pilot of
the twin-engine aircraft It was Intends to do about It.

the first fatal crash for the air Along with De Gaulle's reo,
line since it started operations ognitlon of Red China, the neu'
May 29. 1963 he said fl' trallzatlon plan is a source of

One of the victims was Identi deep concern at tile highest
fied as Dr W. Cowperthwaite 9 levels of U.S. government.

director of the Division of Plant F.Oswald's. From President Johnson
Industry of the State Depart- down U.S. leaders are worried
ment of Agriculture The agriculture about the impact of French
department at Tallahassee moves In the Far East and especially .
confirmed ho had boarded in Viet Nam where this
the plane at Gainesville country has more than 15,000
For Plane Crash Victims The Beechcraft airplane was men engaged in a fight against
flight S10 which originated In Communist expansion

An ." ..... I1d mkiitoiK. nrHitdoitt a>rosrt ttrotckon for Bum* killlns ton ptrawM In Goinotvill.
victim .. South Control Airlinoi .Iop". th.t ,,,.h.* ..4 sonville.
Several people ran to the Widow To Testify Uncertainty over De Gaulle'sproposal
crashed plane and tried frantic- was evident In President

GE Submits' State Team Will City Votes ally Secretary to open a Describes door Scene Mrs Morlnn In the .'lnottlotlon Oiwold, fortified Into d the today o..o before.ilno l.n the of John'WorronCommiiilon F. Saturday neutralization Johnson's when,news plan discussing conference Johnson the

Jo Ann Rowell a secretary Ktnncdy. M... Oiwold shewn see iho arrived l I..t night' else e told reporters "you will have to
Low Bid OnGenerator Medical as Id the sound of the engine on Hlfht from Dollai; It the widow of Las Ho..., Oiwold, encased olkilllni ask Gen. De Gaulle about the
takeoff indicated there was / K...".., !lase Nov. :22 In Oolloi.
I. View Jr. College StudyBy some trouble. She said she Immediately From other high officials It
went outside the terminal was learned that the United

Widow States does not know precisely
General Electric Co. submitted WILLIAM D. SHILLING Would be rescuers said they what if any, action De Gaulle
the apparent low bid todayof Ledger Staff WriterA I could see people sitting in their / has In mint. to carry out his
$1,486,035 for a 44,000 kilowatt Sites TomorrowBy comprehensive study of seats Inside the craft but the proposition. If he 1 II talking

generator for the Charles the future expansion needs of blaze was so hot they had to Tells ProbersOf about a vague ultimate goal,
Larsen Memorial Power Plant. the municipality's medical'give up attempts to break open perhaps year off they see no
STUART When the team
RONNIE survey arrives the door
Westinghouse Electric Corp. great difficulty. But if he Intends
Staff Writer at each site it will be authorized this
complex was
"We were trying to get the
entered a bid only 2.M5 higher now to wage a campaign
at $1,488,600 for the generating BARTOW An eight-man met by a representative of the morning by the city commission. door open but it was too hot" Her HusbandWASHINGTON for neutralization of South VietNam
equipment State Department Educa donor who will answer any said Miss Rowell. who. Joined they sea serious trouble
tion team will arrive question that team members those at the wreckage. "We .
Raymond D. Parse thecity' survey The action in effect stalled ahead.Foltowing
her tomorrow for a look at may have. could see two inside, his toeoal\\\loa
being people (AP) flTi* purchasing agent ,said slit potentla.alte.. for the per. The survey team, schedule. for the time the requestof [They, were homing't-*'*y Y amen tarninl1lll'OfIr'b1..U..1Io twa1A bald' sbik wne' cofivlflced 6t JUd-CMn\ last Monday, Da
that/ tht two bU mn, + en>. ma "locattow af'.034 pew J is i : the Ch ldr.n's' .Rehabmtfr" D.U..:arroU. a.c'ty.employeaeid mr ,she assassination of PresIdent c Gaull told Paris conference ,
tetrad to Cult JJ.eiaa> aVEnfi. : a.\-n.\ \ her husband!'had killed Kennedy.
A site
+ Porr CoJg.- id ))88-arre Uon Ranch fur a Isnd-lessc : John F. Kennedy began Friday that he could not con
nesting Corp for evaluation. J. C. Mitchell director of offered by Holland Brothers, for construction of a $10.000build "It looked like the plane war I'today its secret interrogation of celve of "a neutrality treaty... I
Timetable Listed administrative services for the five miles south of Lake In.. about 200 feet high. The left Marina Oswald 22, widow of]I Oswald 24, had been charged concerning the states of South.
county school system said the Wales adjacent to U. S. Highway hand motor cut off and the en. the accused slayer. with the assassination of Kennedy east Asia" without the participation .
Gulf Design Ii the engineerof Robert V. -
team will spend about 30 minutes 27. Of the area 160>> acres City Manager glne made a whining sound I of Red China. He wenton
record for the municipal. are undeveloped Eight acres Youkey was Instructed to organic Brought fo Washington from the fatal shooting of Dallas would ,
each of the sites, offered to what neutrality
at say
ity'f major utility expansion various individualsand are on Crooked Lake. The don. a committee to study (Turn to Page 2, Column 8) Dallas. Tex. Sunday Mr*. Os- policeman J. D. Tippitt and the I mean' In the area-*uch thing
Reynolds; Smith A by to $10,000 allowance all phases of than city's future weld was escorted by Secret
program. Cities or has agreed a attempted murder of Texts I II ending "foreign intervention"
Hills of Jacksonville, is the clearing needs, Including privately-supported Service agents this morning to
The team I Is scheduled to the headquarters of the presi Gov. John B. Conns lly. whc -but did not spell out the
firm. 40 welfare agencies in the ,
engineering and there
consulting are
study Information on each equipment 'dentist commission to undergo was wounded In the attack on countries to which it would ap
available Passenger
On the turbine generator site prepared by the donor, additional acres at least 'one day of questioningon the President.As ply.Johnson
General Electric said shipment without cost for a public Start Asked If
on Wednesday List Given the movements and activities Oswald was beingtrans said that Communist
could be made 46 weeks from school site. Nam and US-
ferred from the Dallas City North Viet
No Date Given Dr. John F. Dominick director of Lee Harvey Oswald theprole.sed
of service. The Installation 11::30 a.m. The Winter South Viet Nam couldbe
the of training and educationat Marxist who waa Hall to the county Jail he was supported
listed at 64 lu of the Haven Golf Course offered by GAINESVILLE (AP) Here "
time was Following scrutiny General Hospital fatally shot Jack Ruby Dallas neutralized 1 am sore that
the slain two days after Kennedy
weeks and the time various sites, the team will the city of Winter Haven. The is the list of the ten persons club would considered
operation Hospital night operator, is chargedwith be. sympa
I and the Polk County was shot Nov. 22 in Dallas.
weeks. make recommendations as to course covers an area of 98 killed In the crash of a South thetically"
at 64 the slaying.
believed thata
Westinghouse specified 70 which sites will be suitablefor acres In a residential area Included said that he Central Airline passenger plane The questioning was held In .
is club house and comprehensive study could here released by the the Veterans of Foreign Wars
weeks for shipment; 90 weeks the use of state funds In a today as
for installation; and 92 weeks construction. the course is landscaped and be made in from six months to airline. Building by Chief Justice Earl I FIRST TIME

for operation.The Mitchell said there has beenno fronted on a lake. one year 1. J. W. WillmKtiam of Gainesville Warren other members of the
Indication as to when the 1:45: p,m. A 40-acre site "The study should be started assistant director of the eeven-men special commission
generator 4s of to the be punchased Cityof decision will be announced.The on Lake Arlana In Auburndale. Immediately," he said "We School of Forestry at the Unl- and its team of lawyers. Viet Cong AttacksU.
as a part county school board must The site was offered by the are a little late now becauseof 'ersity' of Florida. The commission has Indicated -
million utility
Lakeland' $9 6 select one of the sites recommended Patterson Estate An additional the great expansion of the 2. D. V. Legate of Gainesville it has no plans to hold pub
expansion program.In by the survey 40 acres are available for Lakeland area." 3. A Servos of Gainesville lic hearings or admit newsmen .
other action the city team $90000. Dr. Dominick said that he ,' 4 Dr. W. Cowperthwaite of! to the questioning of any S. Military Postat

commission agreed today widening to Heading the team will be 2:30: p.m. A 90-acre site believed that all future plans Gainesville, director of the Division of the witnesses it may call In .
proceed with plans for Dr. James Wattenbarger director at Eaton Park The site of- for at least the next 10 yearsIn of Plant Industry for Its attempt to fill In gaps in the
of East Parker Streetto of the Junior college fered by the American Cyanamid the medical service and clinIcal Florida Agriculture Department. chronology of events related to SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) 4:30: am. In the mountain
a 44-foot width from Massachusetts board of the State Department Co., includes four "ma agency area should be 5 Bill Glbbs University ofTennessee the assassination.Testimony Two guerrillas were killed and city of Kontum, 200 miles north.
Avenue to Ingraham of Education. With him jor hills" and pasture land. coordinated to provide maxi. assistant basketball one U.S. officer wounded todayin east of Saigon..
Avenue. will be three other SDE staff 3:15: p,m. An 80-acre site mum service In the future coach VoluntaryThe the first Viet Cong raid on an Nine Vietnamese civil guards
As recommended by City members two representativesfrom adjacent to and north of Lake Thomas Moore of the Chil 8. R. Anderson Ocala Warren commission has American military compoundsince (detailed to guard the eight-
Manager Robert V. Youkey. Florida State University Hancock. This site was offeredby dren's Rehabilitation Ranch 7 K. Mackay Ocala said Mrs Oswald Is testifying the Vietnamese war began. building compound were absent
the Improvement will provide and one each from St. Peters Marshall Hampton. requested that the city consider 8 and 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton voluntarily. Plans originally] without leave, prompting an Investigation
for the elimination of two burg Junior College and St.John' 4 p.m The Bartow Air leasing about five acres Ocala were to hear her in Dallas. i The grenade attack on headquarters .. to determine if they

(Turn to Page,2. Column 5) Junior College. (Turn to Page 2. Column I) of land for a new treatment 10. Roger Thompson pilot of I Tuesday In a copyrighted Interview of a detachment of 130 were Involved In the Incident.

center Tacos, Ga. with radio television officers and men was launched The Viet Cong casualties were

; $2.500 Available I gunned down by an American

Sarasota Bolita He said that plans envisioned sentry, Spec. 4 Dale D. Flinn
Alleged Big-Time ether' agencies! such t r 4r 24, of Fowler Kan He was on
I as Cerebral Palsy being N'' duty because the Americans
located in the same area. had decided not to depend on
Moore said that the CRR hal Vietnamese security.
Operator' Held In Slaying Here about J2500 available for a Under cover of darkness, four

new building and that It plan guerrillas cut their way througha
ned to raise about $7,500 in a barbed wire fence around the
house there. De- point.blank at McKinley hitting
By TOM HUGHES a gambling future fund campaign compound.
tective Lt. Arthur Johnson of him once In the heart. t rf t While stood
Ledger Staff Writer He said that the work of the rn a one guerrilla
the Sarasota department term. The bullet tore through his the 'fence three others
A 32-year-old Negro man rehabilitation ranch is supported g.'Ytw guard at
was shot to death last night at ed Simpson a "big-time gambler body and came out his back. by the United Fund by 1 i ran toward a building housing
331 W. Fifth St., reportedlyover who handles bolita herein As McKinley jerked around private contributions and bya field gradu! officers, who rangein
$40 debt he owed an the Negro quarters. He Simpson allegedly fired again, "pay as you can" policy for r rank from major to colonel.
a brings a lot of it out of Lake this time hitting McKinley in P I the intruders. Flinn f
bolita operator patients
alleged big-time land." the back. McKinley fell dead but
opened fire with his rifle
from Sarasota. Capt. Grant M. Harden on top of one of the witnesses.
Police said that Jack McKinley they made it into the building
head of the detective divisionat Two Fie
I of 312 and each tossed one grenade.
St the Lakeland Police Department Simpson and Arrington then One grenade went off In the
W. First .
was dead from this morning said "Simp got Into their car and sped room of a U.S. officer. woundIng -
a bullet in the son has been suspected of bohu off. The only description of t t him and setting the building
operations in Lakeland for the car police had was that it V'y M Vr afire.
heart. Page
held some time. was bearing a 16WW license As the terrorists ran for the
Being The shooting occurred shortly Amusements 10
by the Lake- I plate. fence Flinn opened fire again.
land Police after 10 o'clock) last night, Patrolman W. J. Connell Bridge '...., 14 They shot back but missed
Departmentfor police said after an argumentarose saw a car with a 16WW tag Comic H'"'' 10-11 and Flinn killed two of them.
over a gambling debt. and requested assistance Patrol es-
Interrogation Classified 12-13 j31 The other two guerrillas
Argument Reported cars converged at South .
this morn- Crossword Puzzle 11 k caped In the
ing were his Witnesses-about 30 of them Florida Avenue and Belvedere of dead Viet Cong carrieda
-told police that McKinley Street where they arrested Deaths H' ," """ 2 45-caliber pistol and a French
ant'edWSNI; SIMPSON Arrington and Simpson were the two Negroes. A .25 caliber Dear Abby 'H"HH. 11 submachine

Alexander Simpson 62 of in a back room gambling McKinley pistol! was found in the glove Editorials ,...."..... 4 The building burned but the
Sarasota and James Arnng allegedly owed Simpson compartment of the car. Fulton Lewis Jr. ... 5 spokesman said Flinn's alertness -
Y. It was $40 and an argument began Officers T, E. Hodge and saved the Americans
Buffalo probably
ton 41. police said who allegedly E. Lee who Investigated the Horoscope '...".......... 10 from greater casualties.

Simpson fired the fatal ahot McKinley got up and walked case along with Detective H.L. J. Lowman .,,'.......... ( The wounded officer whose

from a .25-caliber automatic out. Simpson walked over Brown and several other Radio-TV .............. 11 Identity was not announced suffered

pistol. to a counter and allegedly policemen turned the case Sports ......."............. Strongman Holds His Ears bums cuts and scrape

The Sarasota Police Department asked a woman for his pistol over to the J.detective R. Carter Weather .............".." 3 Mo|. Ga... N|.,... Khonh now military ttronfmon of South Viet Nam, hold. kn; ors Ol he but was not In serious condition -

this morning said that tellmg home.her that he wu goIng Detective question the Negroes was this Women's .., .' ..."... < worchot 5 "_it.., fire 'urine; ....ltChi". .. .lor to operation .,.i..11 Communist Viet Conf gas,. He was taken to a Held

Simpson twice on charges had been of operating arrested Simpson then allegedly fired morning. fillet north of $.!goii. AP Wirophoto vie table! turn S ion) hospital at Nba Traog.

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" r- -- '2 Monday LAKELAND Feb. J. 1M4 LEDGER Lakelander Alfred I Research Firm Opens Office

\ I. Seeks Court STOCK I Man Killed Lakeland office of Occidental lion and A. A. Guffey, directorof

1 J Ranger'sFailure Research and Engineering engineering.
The new corporation Is the
I Clerk Post I MARKETNEW 'In Wreck Corp., Florida Division,.has research, development and engineering f

Register for the ,been opened at HIS S. Florida division of the parent

Earnest D. (Bud) Dixon, 30- YORK (AP-The stock TOM HUGHES Ave., Dr. Armand Hammer. corporation, Occidental P e 1

Probed year-old Lakeland schoolteacher market moved at around dead I By Staff Writer president of Occidental Petroleum troleum Corp. Work in the Florida
I announced today he center early this afternoon with (Photo On Page I.) Corp. of Los Angeles, has Division will Involve economic -

I will seek: election to the post some strength shown in airlines I HA1NES CITY-A year-old announced. evaluations and technical

FREEDoor j PASA&DENA. Calif. (AP) of Circuit Court Clerk of Polk and selected issues. Lake Alfred man was killed Director of the Florida divis- feasibility studies of new venTITO -

,Space sclentiiu sifted through' County In the Democratic pri. Most changes of key stocks early yesterday morning when ion is W, R. Mustlan Jr., of

'coded tape. today In a search mary. were small although a few his car slid broadside into a Lakeland. AGREES

for the reason why spacecraft Dixon, who ha. lived In Polk moved a point or so either way. semi-truck ,Just west of Haines Other officers who will serve BELGRADE. Yugoslavia (AP)

County for 24 years, spent The market seemed to be City on U. S. Highway 92. In the Lakeland office are H. E President Tito of Yugoslaviahas
Prizes! Ranger 8 plunged into the moon three years In the United feeling lu way along after Dead Is Charles Ted En. Mills, associate director; J. II. endorsed Soviet Premier

with its cameras blind to the i States Marine Corps and the racking up a gain for January finger, 525 W. Hoffman St., who Sholine Jr., senior research en- Khrushchev's proposal for an

45,000 S&H GREEN STAMPS GIVEN! wonders of the lunar landscape and now entering February a was pinned in the small foreign gineer; and, moving here from I agreement to renounce the use

The agonizing end lo a 60' month with a spotty record, his car when it was crushed by the Los Angeles, G. C. Brooks, director -, of force in settling boundary

Nothing to buy lust register. at hour flight came at 1:2.: a.m. torically. truck. of mining. and_ ...explora! ; questions..
either Polk Federal Offices! First prize it PSt when Breached News of strong demand for State Trooper J. C. Boor said --
( ) Sunday Ranger
steel and of vigorous gain. in
the accident happened when En-
25,000 stomps; second prize Is t 10,000 Its historic rendezvous new orders for business firms I finger, alone in his car. was I I

stomps; five additional prizes of 2000 'i six television camera In January served to strengthen .:'driving west on U. S. 92. A 1LituarieMRS.

stomps each; Register at Polk Federal! I'n wouldn't function. the market background, but truck, driven by John C. McGee -'

i directors went the high level of stock prices I Negro of Maddox( Miss.,
caused hesitation. I was headed east MISSOURI COMBEE choz, at 2182 Monticello St.

:{ahead with plans for Ranger Steels, cigarette Issues and I "''I saw him coming," McGee Mrs. Missouri Combee, 77, of She Is also survived by two

7's flight an Identical photo aerospace stocks were slightly said, "but there was nothing I Route S, Lakeland, died yesterday more sons, George and B. D.

mission-pointing out that the higher on balance. Farm Implements could do about it. Ha was under -' at a Bartow hospital Pendarvis, both of St. George,

Ranger series Is designed to rails and building materials me before I knew It." after a long Illness. She was a S. C.. where Mrs. Pendarvis

gather Information needed for worked lower. Chemicals Boor said Enflnger's car ran native of Polk County and had was born July 18. 1878; a sister,

oils and nonferrous metals off the right side of the road lived here all of her life. She Mrs. Fanny Redd of Charleston,

..."'!' ..... q manned U.S. landings planned were mixed. I than back onto the pavement was a member of the Gapway IS grandchildren and five great. I
later this decade. The Associated Press average crossed to the left and slid Baptist Church. grandchildren.
-J .
';'j.-r:. 1..t The fruitless journey of Ranger of 60 stocks at noon was broadside into the semi-truck. She Is survived by one son, Funeral services will be held

>,,' > ., 6 was the sixth straight fail off .1 at 2905 with industrials On impact, the left side of Cecil Combee, Lakeland; one Wednesday In Charleston at f

;: ure In the Ranger program. off .1, rails off .< and utilitiesup the car was crushed In on En- daughter Mrs. T. E. Hernandez, Sthurs Funeral Home In Charle

'. ,:"J.I The cost to date: $168 million-j 3. I finger and pinned him In the Auburndale; two brothers Is- ston. Graveside services will follow .

figures at $28 million a shot The Dow Jones Industrial Average twisted wrecksge of the auto ham Walker Lakeland and in St. Matthew, S. C.

If., First To Make It '' at noon was up 1.02 at He was killed Instantly, Boor Andrew Walker, Lakeland; six The remains of Mrs. Pendar

8636. said grandchildren, seven vis are now at Duke-Steen Funeral -
6 was the first of thei
I Ranger Prices moved generally high- McGee was not Injured and no grandchildren and aeveral nieces Home In Lakeland where
to complete
costly spacecraft EARNEST D. DIXON ler in quiet trading on the American -' charges were filed. I and nephews. friend may call from 7 to t
difficult maneuver
the moon-approach made | Stock Exchange. I Boor, who was assisted In his Services will be tomorrow o'clock tonight.

I ., Corporate and U. S. govern- investigation by Sgt. J. Wells morning at 10 o'clock at the
4 the blind crash even more frustrating past four year. has been em I[ment bonds were mixed. and Trooper R. T. Schoenbon' Gapway Baptist Church. Burial RITES FOR MR. WARNOCK
for Its designers. ployed ss a teacher at Lakeland I said the total loss(
car wu a will be in the Gapway Ceme Funeral services for Gilbert E
I The was considered
camera one of system the simplest i Junior High School. Damage to the truck was estimated tery. Friends may call tonightat Warnock of 83S W. 5th St., who

mechanisms on the 804-pound Attended SouthernHe New YorkAP( ) Gulf Oil 50% at $2,500. the Gentry-Morrison Funeral died Thursday were held yesterday
AllisChal J6 lot Hare 61112 The death, third In as many Home from 7 o'clock until 9 at the Gentry-Morrison
spacecraft. i'M of Mulberry
a graduate
Alcoa 737/i Int Nick 13% days, brought Polk County'straffic o'clock. Funeral Home chapel, with the
It was turned on by a command High School, attended death tolt to II this year.
AmAlr lot Pap 31% Rev. Arthur W. Rich nantnr nf
flashed from the ground. i Florida State University end 367/i Last four had died -
/ year persons
There was also an automatic was graduated from Florida Am Brk 50% Jones&1. 'fi9 in county accidents during the GEORGE H. VAN DYKE the First Baptist Church, officiating.
timer aboard to do the Job. Southern College In 1960 witha AmBdPar 29, lCaia AI 35% year to date. I George H. Van Dyke, 46, of] Memorial. Burial was in Lakeland

Ranger radioed! back word that degree In education. During AmCan 4I4 Ken'cott 7O't 1234 Rawls Drive died yesterday Gardens.

the order had been received at his college career, Dixon noted AmCyan 58% lIg&My 140/ Lake Alfred Native at the MacDill Air Force Music was provided by Mr.

1:09: a m. (PST). as It was near that he paid particular at. AmMot 16-v. l.och'd 34'h Enfinger was a native of Lake Base In Tampa. He was a native and Mrs. M. E. Schauberger,

ing the end of a 8,000 mph- tentlon to the fields of labor AT&T 144% Lorillard 4. Alfred, and was employed as] of Sioux Falls. S.D. and with Mr. Schauberger at the pi

I plus plunge toward the moon's relation, personnel management AmTob 28% Mag'vox 39'Y. a groundman with the Tampa came to Lakeland In 1957 from ano. Pallbearers were Robert E

Sea of Tranquility. and general business. Ampx Cp 16% MplsHon 1361, Electric Co. in the Winter Haven Great Lakes, 111. He was a Warnock, Carl Warnock, Gary

Newsmen and engineers gath During the Korean conflict Anaconda 451/ MM&M 6811a office He attended the bookkeeper; a member of the Warnock, Chuck Warnock, Rob.

ered In a big room at the Jet Dixon served a. forward observer ) Armour 046% Mohasco Ill/a Harmony Baptist Church of| Wesley I Memorial Methodist ert Pogue. and B. S. Harper

S.o.. Mitchell -TellerS Propulsion Laboratory listenedto for the Tactical Air ACL e4', Mons'to 63% Medulla. lie served with the Church; and a veteran of World ,Gentry Morrison Funeral Home

I the tone of Ranger's radio Control Party operating ultra. Babcock 55 Mont Wd 34% U. S. Air Force for four yearsas War II.Survivors. was in charge of arrangements,

signal as it was being amplified high frequency radio equip Beth SEt 33* Nat Pair 65 a groundman. He was a Include his widow,
Boeing! 393 Nat Dint 24% RITES FOR MR. HICKS
through loudspeakers. ment. member of the loyal order of Mrs. Ovida Van Dyke; two sons
t Dixon said this morning that Borden 6RlNAto Av 4914Brunswk the Moose, Lodge No. 1023 In George Jr. and Robert both of Funeral services for Glen Al-

his interest has been In Polk 11% Penney 44'Va Winter Haven, and of the International Lakeland; and a sister, Mrs. don Hicks, 53, of Medulla, who ,

County and "it. chief natural CaterTr 521% PRR 2914 Brotherhood of Electrical R. E. Borders of Pensacola. Funeral -was killed Saturday night In a

FREE II resource. young people." He Celanese 60% Pep Cola 52 Workers.He arrangements will be announced traffic collision, will be held at
Chrysler 38% Phil Mor 70 Is survived by his widow 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoonIn ,
: has served as a workshop Instructor later by Gentry-Morri
stamps s; II' : at the Lakeland Boys' CacaCola 11814 Phil Pet 48% Mrs. Sallie R. Enringer, Lake son Funeral Home the A. M. Seigler Funeral

& green | I Club, his been affiliated with Com Ed 50 RCA 112% Alfred; his parents Mr. and Home chapel at Mulberry. The
Recreation Con Edli 38% Repub 511 41% Mrs. Wincie G. Enfinger, Polk Rev. Charles Newman will officiate
!tH. Lakeland Summer -
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS the for three Cont Can 43IRevlon 38% City, Fla.; one sister, Mrs. Wilma -|I CHARLES F. MORTON assisted by the Rev
.,. or. ,h.Ope" : Program yearsas and Dow Che 681fa Roy Tab 40 E. Howell, Lakeland: sod Charles F. Morton, 51, of 2218 Frank Colburn. Burial will be
.. nOW" occoun' numb.r of 5&1'1lor a playground P 3414EAL Eden Parkway, Lakeland, died
-U1lCJ DuPontt 250% StRrg one brother, Steve T. Enflnger in Fitzgerald Cemetery.
add to you 510mp Is a member of the
GrI' Sears R at sister's home in
occounl)1 RECEIVE I Combee PTA. 34% 10414 Lakeland. yesterday a Mr. Hicks was a native of Me.
p..nt AMOUNT YOU Will Junior High and Held Kodak 11834 Sindair 046'Y. Services will be held tomorrow Miami. He was associated with dulla, and had been employedby

THIS 100 ABOUT MEDICINESAND Posts member of Firestone 377/s Socony 10 at 2 o'clock at the Ott- the Thrifty City store in Lake the Davison Chemical Co. for
is also
$100 200 DRUGS Dixon Education a Association Fin Pw 44'/ SouthnC 32 Laughlin Funeral Home Chapel land. the past 30 years. At the time of
$200 the Polk County Fla P&L 75 Sperry r 1914 He Is survived by hi. widow
300 % with Elder Guy Crawford, Jack- his death he was a maintenance
$300 400 Your health Is our phar the Florida and Is Education Ford 48% StBrand 13Frmlt % sonville, and Elder Claude De- Mrs. Lucille Morton, one son, supervisor for the firm. He at.
$ : \000.. Da IOV. StO NJ 8214 Shong, Plant City officiating Gary; six sisters, Mrs. Carolyn tended the A r dell a Baptist
$ cv o'o macist's business. Trust ly serving as building representative Frept Sui 34 Studbkr 8Ve I Burial will be Oak GroveCemetery Hay, Mrs,. Mary F,, rjnim, ctnirctt. 4
0Th. \'" of the Polk County : akn
cen .
number 0 f I' pi w. 000. Frueh T1 2M Swift 44 lit Alfred Mrs' Frall'f"'tlrtlOn/ Mr..nnei He Is survived by his widow
lnlmuIII ;: J his knowledge Classroom Teachers Associa "
of .Iompt" concerning ( Mrs. Helen PIcett,
mOlllmu and Gen Dyn 25 1fa Texaco 723 Napolitano. Mrs. Esther Hicks; two daughters .
I. 100. Th. ; ; pl.o.., tion. He Is a current member
occounl Gen EI 8R% Thiokol 17 and Mrs. Theresa Pettijohn. Mrs. Glenda
on. .'omp II counl.rtlny..tlnGi every facet of his profes. of the Gambrell, also
Onlll currin, dl ld.nd. can't and past vice president Gen Fds 119 Unit Alrc 4114 GainesvilleAir Services will be held tomorrowat |of Medulla, and Mrs. Gall Mon-

sion knowledge that Polk County. Industrial Arts Gen MIIII 39 Un Frt 20Ve 2 p.m. In Miami. Rled Lowe sen of Evansville, Ind; two

Association.The Gen Mtrs 801% US Stl 56l/ Funeral Home I. in charge of sons, Jerry of Malstrom AFB
enables him to serve you candidate Is a memberof 12 Crash
Univ Mat %
Goodrich 531fa arrangements. Burial will be In Great Falls, Mont., and Tommyof
Woodmen of the World.
BOTH OFFICES OPEN the 4iWestgEl 31%
Goodyr Miami.:
better! Medulla; his mother, Mrs
member of the First
He was a
FrIdsy 4 t. 7 P.M. Saturday 9 A M. to Noon Baptist Church of Mulberry, Greyhnd 4814 Woolwth 72% Kills Ten Clara Hicks; two sisters, Mrs
Ollie Scales of Socrum and
Tucker's and he and his family attend (Continued From Page One) Mrs. Fannie Marcum Phillips, Mrs. Wanda DeGolyer of Me.
% J8IKf18hIhIAI7I8S.JC.loitiolCern.r the East Side Baptist ChurchIn State Team
50, of 229 Swannanoa, died yesterday dulla; three brothers Park
Lakeland.Mr The plane turned on Its left side
at Lakeland General Hospital. -
AND IOAN ASSOCIATION OF LMCf UNO & DRUG and Mrs. Dixon and just like a plane circles an air She was a native of Hel- Ralph and Frank, all of Medulla
Will and
STORE their four( children, Judy, Jerry Study port when It's way up In the enwood, Tenn., and had lived In two grandchildren.
Wanda and Debbie reside air
Lakeland for the 14
2(00 S. Florida 929 Adrian Court, Lakeland. "Then It hit the end past years RITES FOR MRS. COLEMAN
at Sites
",IW Ph. MU 2.3113 College She was a member of the Baptist -
._ Funeral services for Mrs.
*lrM .1 t n Avo.OpMfite I Mrs. Dixon will serve as campaign exploded and burst Into flames." Church.
a.uth.ol. for her hus. Lt. Roberts of the Gertrude Isabell Coleman, of
321 N. Mass. Ave.Don't treasurer Courtney Survivors include her husband -
'I (Continued From Page One) Gainesville 741 West Lemon St., who( died
band police department Robert Phillips; a son,
I Base, where the Junior College said Identities of the bodies Norman Phillips of Lakeland, Friday were held this morningat
the Dukes-Steen Chapel. The
will be located when It could not be made Immediately. three brothers H. F. Marcumof
/4J GOP Executive opens next September. Included Eyewitnesses said only theplane' Gig Harbor, Wash. and Xen Rev Arthur Rich and the Rev

in the offer by the city tail section and wings and Harold Marcum of Helen- Larry Lafferty officiated. Burial

Committee To of Bartow are 12S acres and remained intact. wood; three sisters, Mrs. Irene was In Roselawn Cemetery

4(1( building. with a total valueof One person at the scene said Ellis and Mrs. Rose Lee Keetonof Organ music was presentedby

Meet TomorrowT approximately SI million. there were ten bodies In the Helenwood and Mrs. Mattie Mrs. Juanita Wren. Pallbearers
were Samuel E. Coleman
wreckage. Federal Aviation Administration -
Mae May of Fayetteville, NC.;
Feaster S. Coleman Jr. .
in Miami said there
and her parents. Mr. and Mrs
Republican Executive
GE Submits ten aboard the air William R. Coleman. KennethC.
persons Henry L. Marcum of Helen-
Committee of Polk County will ,
craft. Bates, Gary A. Bates and
meet tomorrow night at 7:3(1o'clock : ( wood.
South Central, a feeder line. Funeral services will be heldat Eugene W. Bates.WARREN .
r : at the Grove Park Low Bid OnGenerator
serves smaller cities in Florida.
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoonat
Branch of the First Federal Savngs
wait Georgia and the Carolinas, It the Gentry-Morrison Funeral
and Loan Association of
has a fleet of elpht of the twin. Home chapel, with burial In -
Lakeland. George M. McCon-
Beechcraft. B. Taylor. 46, of Momence, III.
__ engine Roselawn\ Cemetery Friends
key chairman announced !to died Sunday afternoon at the
Continued From One) Firm Serves Lakeland may call from 7 until 9 o'clock
dayTo ( Page Winter Haven Hospital after a
IT be heard at the meetingare firm's tonight brief Illness while visiting In
till thishappens right-angle turns at Iowa Ave- headquarters are
reports on re-registration at Ocala, Fla It serves Char Winter Haven.
and the
U- drive in County on lotte and NC.I Funeral services will .be at
; I
statewide Mobilization( of Republican The present width of the Funeral services far( Mrs. Zoar
be Funeral Home
Florence Beach Canaday-Boos
Enterprises (MORE; ) roadway varies from 16 feet to Myrtle Lorlna McV y, of Route 5, who,
Georgetown and Charleston, S of Momence Friday afternoon
24 feet.Commtasioners. died Thursday, were held Sat-
C.; Savannah and Brunswick with burial In Momence Ceme
rejected a urday afternoon at the Gentry-
and Tallahassee Jackson Mitchell Funeral Home of
Ga, tery.
calling for extending Morrison Funeral Home chapel
ville, Palatka Gainesville, Ocala Winter Haven is in charge cf
Parker from Iowa to Massachusetts with the Rev. E. H. Hall pastorof

WINTIW slAVes (API-matt C.,.... In a straight line Daytona Beach, Orlando the Gapway Baptist Church, arrangements here.Dukes .

Tn.iwelloa bus... SUTMII 10 5 m, rrpork In because of the higher estimated Cocoa Melbourne Lakeland officiating. Burial was in Mt.

I Special .' nuvu Gol.t, men Ornat T.o.5S0 cost of obtaining right-of- ,'Beach Bartow, Tampa.Lauderdale West and Palm I Miami Olive Cemetery.

tt": : Fort Gentry-M 0 r r lion Funeral
get Texaco's special I'll'1 so cot no a2 Oton way Fla. Steen
Based on doubling present Home was in charge of arrangements. -
price. tutu' 117 5UO 40 CON F In Washington the Civil Aeronautics -, ]
C snnoi,, 'I M. *o* property assessments. GeorgeA. ,
Rust-Stop Service now ;r0nilIr9s.R4u I.magLr"** Sanford, planning. director, John Board L McWhorter said it had of ordered I its, I i Funeral Home

COMPACT estimated rlght-of way costs MRS. SALLY PENDRVIS
Miami bureau to the crash scene
of rounding off the turns at Mrs. Sully Craxlcr Pendarvis'
MODELS Iowa Avenue at about 18000. to head an Investigation. 88!, the mother of I. C. pendarIvis. 310 S. Florida
Rust can cut into car's fender or door without your lie will have four other Investigators I
your .
UPI-II. mikn Rur.iuinrs
.si.s basis he estimated
On the same owner of Pendarvis Chev-,
about it until it's late! It works from $995 comas snubs and Irk. Sit as assistants
even known too do..n 0.0": two Inft the right-ofway costson rolet. Inc. passed away this Phone MU 2-3123

below unnoticed until crumbling metal tip. you off-ton late. to5 W".I CotnnsL&r.n a straight-line slinement morning at 9:20 o'clockot Lake
.4814 U
54.. 1 .u2lno.Si at 108000. Hospital Tour land General Hospital.

Texaco Runt I'roof Compound prevents rust. It's superior STAN DARDto M.dlolll U:: ::2I1 :.2Whol. .aalna" Youkey was Instructed to I Mrs. Pendarvis resided at the ambulance service
...,. ...... ,
MODELS IIlro. on .1pck.d have necessary property appraised Set TomorrowA home of a daughter, Mary Bol-
because it ,
undercoatinAs 'rllIlI existingrtttt
ordinary ''' II
no .OIU.. r.purt.4; bun ''J 0,. .00 and to submit an over '
,,. = Iso.uidnr tour of Lakeland GeneralHospital' !
ban. 4.4% Sb .00-07 .06. \
and prevent further corrosion. Won't crack or peel ofT. $12'5Trust 4 lb. ohnr.' Os '.in all cost estimate on the Improvement obstetrics
"r'". Iwiionrr rh; ,.ni051 as :.ri department .,.
to the governing I. scheduled for 10 o'clock tomorrow :' 'n
.rf'1'1 Time
Drive in soon r Let us seal rust out of your core life for body. morning from the hos ,
food with our Texaco Rust-Stop Service.: CATTLE AUCTIONS Commissioners have agreedon pital's board room on the second ; t't.ri:1),, 01 Sorriest
the street widening and improvement floor "

: MCKBONVIU.Br* unvvtn Alt-Florida Prlct tranditwr enttliiuk to Improve the flow The tour, sponsored by the < yfliV$ Williams'
Jollon u Irul k Rnrlpti m
\\i H mark>'. 1.1M Mmpwxl 7.loo owl of traffic expected with the hospital' auxilitary. Is open to 9s r ijx r ** \
[_II... ,_ opening this year of Searstownand interested Coffee : Flowers
/TEX&CO' 51000550 Clo any person. fc'AwJn
your car to the man who wears the ttntm, HflO-1100 P.o .,ib M>>d U7S-J370.BuvlliM Ifcl lend-10001100 the new Ward Department will be served in the hospital \. lr W

r4 1700JOOOHolltri store'on East Memorial Boule lobby Ati
0.0 toad SOO.KOO Ib. HBO.2t ., &&' SUfi More j
vard. -- -
DO iwndird 18 00-111 50 t <<
.: utility 14txilToaBtlllly (W- Tlraii Uor.I ,.
m. 14 00- S
GUERRY DOBBINS TEXACO .Rondo?.d: Oood 11 00-21 980 DO-ftuo Ito OiUo-2t. 00Oixxl, BELGIANS VISIT I THORN"rOW,

Vr.lrr. tad In. ao lb r"lv'" MEMORIAL HOME
34 80-JO(00. l ml"r<1 II o-a.00. BANGKOK (AP-Klng Bau-i
949 SOUTH FLORIDA AVE. 1 Imns: Good:Md 900-HIM r ClflftM 1114* IT 50-31 (0t .!|doom and Queen Fabiola of 1SI)>. 'I.* .Aw- WILLIAMS' FLOWERS :

modlum' .. 00-11 Good aoH.'h. .IIO-'! O Ibi IT 00. Belgium arrived by air todayfor I I'..... 'M."I2 n'
LAKELAND, FLORIDA : ....... ...... ,
2000 nMlliim 11011-1100. an eight-day state visit to I .' lOU S. Florida
Cowi.l.r:. Medium., 14 '::-JI 00C 'o.IIOO' 111III Thailand. I ........,. ""1"1..,....,. ... Day or Evening MU 6.j I
6o.aJ 011, andSum 0060-2050. -.. :,..

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Burglars Take Lakeland Man II I LAKELAND LEDGER Monday, F.. I. 1564 8
I ''
Money In Job : lL "h 'LIt frPrn JYptlu,#' ,c.f' ,,-' lIl@" Appreciation Dinner Planned '
Heads Funeral '
; 7e ) ': ''' '
\ Near Police : t.nern. 'f9 ,10.0 I'V,," "i\\ : R' fri'X\: : :
i J "
Directors Unit tAL"
EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP- For J. Hardin Peterson Sr. 1 1A
Burglars broke Into the vault at I
Hall W H. Garrison of Gentry'
block City from early the Sunday-a police station-half Morrison Funeral Home, was Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation prominent Lakelander who a 45-year period Sim Spencer. member of the class, as master
general chairman for the event, of ceremonies. Other committee
began teaching a Sunday School
end fled with about
$14,000 In
silver, recently elected president of the STATION H. L. Atlanta ......... SI 38 Los Angeles ......... 74 47 class here In 1918 and who reg- said yesterday chairmen Include B. O. Bethea,
Polk-Highlands Funeral Directors Miami ............... 74 63 Boston .............. 39 15 Memphis ............ 62 31 ularly presents a Bible lessonto "Mr. Pete first taught a classof John Selph. Bishop A. F. Wesley I
Association during a dinner Jacksonville ........ 60 SO Chicago ..,.... 35 29 Milwaukee ....,.,.... 30 27 more than 100 men at the young men In the old Palace Edsel Chase Dr. W M.
stopBad Breath held at John's Restaurant Kay West ............ 70 64 Cincinnati 47 20 MplsSt Paul...... 29 J3 First Methodist Theater building back in 1918 ., Vic Milton and Ed Allen.
<> here. LAKELAND ........ M 5J Denver ... 40 17 New Orleans ........ 60 50 Church each and a few of these people are "'''Mr. Pete has I devoted fol-
Swiittnl Moutk-StirnKk.Is S Minutia Garrison Ocala ............... 66 49 Des Moines 31 27 New York .,......... 44 20 Sunday morningwill now enrolled- In- the. -CallahanHendrix owing among Lakeland citizens
.r row 3H! bad it truciitt Chow Cilia.. succeeded John Orlando ............ 68 53 Detroit ........ 35 17 Philadelphia .,....... 44 21 be honoredat cuss which he began And winter visitors as. well,"
aa.nd,1,114 loblili Mhmmr,inulrillit ion think' indlty xoui' tiwlk, I..........., Home Mitchell Winter of Mitchell Funeral Pensacola .......... 58 48 Fairbanks .. 30 4 Washington ......... 50 27 an appreciation teaching when he returned to Spencer said "as his crowded
Haven Rev.
mouth rndtamn h, Ilkt nuilo. ho lurmlul Tallahassee ,....,.. 61Tampa 44 Honolulu 81 71 BAROMETER dinner tomorrow 1 Lakeland in 1952 after serving classroom attests each Sunday
(OrtnMurs run,Cat.all4 N. r.,tot Bend IIDr poilll l ttM to StlUm Hmpifc' Seidel of Ft. Meade was elected .........f.... 70 55 Juneau .. 45 35 7 a.m. 30.15W. night 18 years in Congreu." Spencer morning Hit Influence for good
-.". office secretary held-treasurer Garrison to fill the Palm Beach ...... Tl 66 Kansas City ......... 60 41 I p.m. Sunday 30.19 with more than said in this community, as well as
250 persons expected The dinner tomorrow at 8:30: in Florida and in the halls of
Ii :.II to at. o'clock will be held In the First Congress, is Impossible to estimate .
tend '. Methodist Church recreation I over the years, and Mi
MOORE'S EVERLASTING The teacher IsJ hall with class members and class members have planned
w Hardin i Peter their wives attending. this event to recognize this
son Sr? who hasprepared PETERSON Howard Consier, president of act"
HIGH QUALITY PAINTS and taught more than the class, will conduct the overall Mrs. Peterson will be Jointly
2,000 Sunday School lessons In I program Spencer said with honored with her husband, the

SEMI-GIOSS, HIGH GLOSS and FLAT Lakeland _and Washington over John Sergeant." a long.; time chairman said- ---------- --

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Mostly cloudy skies, occasion
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Each 4.69 temperatures are ahead for Jj7':: b.
Ukeland through tomorrow t !r *"\\
weathermen said today. The rain .rue
probably will end early tomor Sri
These/ Specials Available' at Both Stores 'row, they said.Northeasterly. lONE FORECASTSA
winds will blow : Occasional rain tonight rod and reel/ favorifes sale !
at 5 to 10 miles an'hour today and Tuesday. A little colder priced
diminish In. to less than 5 milesan interior tonight. Low tonight
e e hour tonight and becoming 36 to 42 Interior and 42 to 50 au"E
a. Mitchell 300 b. Garcia Abntnatlc 110
southeasterly at 8 to 15 milesan elsewhere. C3sous
t PHONE MU 2-0713 hour tomorrow. B, C, D: Considerable cloudiness Spinning reel with matching Garcia Spincosting reel with matching
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lONE maximum temperaturehere Low tonight 45 to 55 24.77 17.77
126-134 N. fla. Ave. N. Fl. Ave. yesterday was 66 degrees, E, F. G: Considerable cloudiness

the minimum this morning was through Tuesday with The oll time outfit reel for
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210 E. Pine St. Phone MU 2-0627 I In the 24 hours ending at 7 to east wind. S to 15 / feet for light salt water and fresh yds. of 8-lb test monofilament
o'clock this morning miles an hour increasing some .a wj Odp ti aud water fishing I line, plus 6-ft spmca&t rod.

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Is The Dollar'sPurchasing

I t:, I\[ LEDGER EDITORIALSThe I ( 'r pTi1) fEED Power ,

Steamtown AttractionLAKELAND *TIll GOM.r. Headed Down Again?

CAN well afford to meeting sponsored by the Christian

make a special effort to get the Steam Business Men's Committee were much r- By DAVID LAWRENCE
impressed by his sincerity and his en- WASHINGTON inflationon
town attraction that Is now In New
the way, and U the purchasing -
thusiasm. He has several large business -
and owned F. Nelson power of the dollar
Hampshire by
enterprises but spends much of headed for a further down

Blount. his time going about the United Statesto r sea ward movement?

It Is a large collection of) steam tell of his religious experience. An announcement Just made
the U. S. Department of
locomotives) railroad coaches, streetcars lie began collecting steam locomo- t RFo p'M by Labor throws some light on

and fire engines gathered from tives as a hobby and his collection rap CHI the subject It states officially -

over the United States and from other idly grew to huge proportions. that higher prices for food.

countries and is operated) as a "live" Many Florida cities have bestirred and housing raised the na.tion'l -
living costs in December -
attraction. themselves to Steamtown but it
get to a new all-time record.
Because of weather conditions it Is was apparent Friday night that the This means it takes $10.76 to

now operated only four months each owner's strong inclination is to placeit buy the same1 goods and services

year in New Hampshire. In Floridait in the Lakeland area if the necessary r period that between$10 could 1957 buy and In 1959.the

would be a year-round attractionand cooperation is forthcoming The increase in the consumer

would surely draw a great num- E. E. Kelley Jr., who has achieved price level as compared with

ber of visitors each year. national prestige in the baking field the previous December was
the the largest in five years.
Owner Blount is a deeply religiousman and has served as mayor of Lakeland, The Increases in prices did

45 years old who had become a city manager and president of the not affect all things, but the DAVID LAWRENCE f

millionaire when he was 30 years old, Chamber of Commerce, deserves credit total Impact on the cost-ot-

and his financial success has continuedon for having assumed the initiative in living index was noticeable.

large scale ever since. to Steamtown for this Oddly enough, "takehome did increase prices and wages,
a trying get area. pay" of factory workers, due this wouldn't practically compel
The Steamtown attraction would be Other civic leaders have joined him % to longer work weeks and the Federal Reserve System

operated by a foundation and the profit in the effort and there seems to bea higher rates of pay, resultedin to Increase its interest

would be used to finance religious good chance of getting the attraction. a larger amount of Individual rates He replied:
compensation, so that "It there is an inflationarypush
It would have unique appeal and citizens were able to
work.Lakelanders many they (the Federal Reserve -
who heard owner) is worth all the effort civic Lakelandcan offset the rise in the cost of Board) would naturallytake

Blount speak Friday night at the dinner exert to bring it here. living. some action, and I think
.. Voice of the People that would be expected, but
THE MAIN significance( of we don't expect there will be

I Kelly's Pledge To MiamiSTATE the department of labor's an- need for that."
nouncement is that, despite all But the additional demandfor
BSBraaBnThis Is The Ledger's Opinion Page the claims that Inflation Is a goods as a result of the
S EN A Ton Scott Kelly, is more than 500 miles, and this means thing of the past and that the increase in consumer purchasing

Lakeland candidate for the great inconvenience for people in the coming tax cut will not be power growing out of
governor- lower of Florida who have Thfe odiUrlol MM .ff." the n.w.,.,.''. own. .,1111... on mottort ol currant I....... ta. tkodttortel "inflationary there are evidences I- tax reductipn may be expected
ship, has made a pledge that cannot part occa col.....". It w.leo.... the .piNl..5 ....." I* the Vole of the ,.., Cola..". lotton ...* that an inflationarytrend to bring more price increases
fail to be of) special interest to the sion to do business with the state k. .,|.... and boor the w'te' ,'. ....,, but ....... will ko withhold.) MOO" ,, ..u.. A 'lotto should not has already set in and and wage rises.

government.Most ..c.... 250 w...., sod pe.try c..... ko ...... The Lt.... mono the rlhr to tojoct ear lotto whrttn will, if anything, be Intensified One of the most important
people of the heavily populous Miami inconvenient and time-con- It. Opinions .f columnuti od othof conttlkvtort .,,... .1.."..... on thii p.e*. by the forthcoming tax aspects of the whole situation\ ,

area. suming it is for people who live at the cut. Secretary Dillon of the however, has not been getting

His pledge is that if he is elected tip of the keys, in the Key West area. Time To Act should that now site see starts that as buildingon soon as In ter,," spend if he wishes hours and"Just pay look.nota treasury on department a radio ,and in a tele discussion that much public emphasis confidence lately.In It the is

Governor, he will establish a branch There is talk now and then of possible. The architects' plansare cent? vision program called "Issues future of the dollar la something

office in Miami and have a full-time moving the capital from Tallahasseeto On LibraryEDITOR ready. The matter must The problem of attracting and Answers," declared that that can change over-

l. administrative aide in charge, with ar a point in Central Florida. From be taken out of the Capital shoppers downtown will grow the real effect of the forth night, particularly by reasonof
tax cut will not be the attitude of foreign coun
"hot line" telephone connecting Miami the standpoint of convenience the cap : How to locate a brought Improvements again before Committee the City and more the acute next few with months the openingin of the felt coming in 1964, but In 1965. He tries which have large claimson

and Tallahassee as part of the arrange. ital surely ought to be down in this public library to best serve Commission. Wards-Searstown complex on said the former has been er- gold in the United States

ment.It. section of Florida but it is extremely a community has occasioned Surely that body cannot fly Memorial Boulevard. rop'!!ously assumed becausethe Any fundamental change in

r would be a proper arrangement.The unlikely that the capital will ever be careful research, typified in in the face of Informed opinIon Clearly the hour is growing bulk of "the rate reductions the International situationcould I
Dr. Wheeler's "The take this produce a correspond.
Joseph place
year r
yet another time. It, too, very late for the downtown
wonder is that some other candidate moved, so firmly planted is it in Tallahassee Most Effective Location Of must bow before authorities merchants. Either they stop He added: big mood of hesitation inside

for Governor has not made sucha and so vast being the amountof Public Library Buildings" on library sites in our midst, trying to make people pay for "It takes quite a bit of time America.

pledge before now. During recent money that has been spent for (University of Illinois Press, and give the go-ahead on a the "privilege" of shopping for these rate reductions to
1958)). All research concludesin work through the economy THE WHOLE economic situation
years the people in the Miami area buildings there. public facility that takes pre- downtown or go out of business
effect: and for people to buy more Is so complex and consists
have become and restive So branch office for the Miami cedence over all others. one by one. Or they may
more more a and therefore create more de- of so many Interdepend.
"Locating a public library elect to flee to a shopping center
over their long distance from the state area would be most helpful.So is a decision for library consultants EUNICE F. NICKERSON themselves, leaving still mand and therefore have or ent factors that it isn't possible
capitalThe would a branch office in Central and similar professionals. more vacant buildings as derv to expand factories and as yet to foresee all the
expand production and so effects of the reduction bill
Lay opinion has no monuments to an unsolved
distance down the long Florida Florida of course-preferably Lake.
problem. forth The full stimulus from if it goes Into effect on March
peninsula from Tallahassee to Miami land. pertinence. Hour Is this tax cut will be taking effect I. t
In effectively locating our WALLY POOR next year, not this year. Many of the economic experts
own new public ,library, it And next year Is the time however, are beginningto
.. reasonable to ik the Growing Late
emi *
I Smoking And Worrying what when expenditures are_being wonder whether the radJustmenta .. .
think.experts among they She Likes held down." that may have to I
EDIT 0 R t The relatively' Mr. Dillon called attentionto be made
in 1965
to meet
FIVE OF SIX Lakeland men sittingin suIt, everybody has been amply warned Those experts include Walter large number of vacant bond new
the fact that the tax bill wage and price increases will
an office a few days ago said they that smoking is a hazardous pleasureand Murphy, the city librarian; ings in downtown Lakeland NixonEDITOR might take effect on March 1, make economic planning In I

had stopped smoking cigarettes since a lot of people are worried.So Jones, Jenfroe and Setliff the attests to the fact that that and he mentioned that the increase advance for that year very
architects for the build-
new area of town Is In a period of : If the Republicans in income a citizen difficult indeed if
the Federal panel issued the report if eventually there is as much ing; Clarence Paine of Lans- especially
decay. The merchants and would now decide to draft may retain thereaftr, due to during the year 1964 the cost
saying smoking is hazardous.At smoking as ever some people just will leg MiCh., the library consultant -
holders of downtown propertywill Nixon for their candidate, It a reduction in the withholding of living continues to increase.In .
Stetson University in DeLand, not be able to enjoy smoking as much ; George A. Sanford, probably agree that the would be two former vice presidents rates, will add to the total the natural operations ofa
for about the director of city planning, and main reason for the decline is running against each amount available to the economy free-enterprise
President J. Ollie Edmunds has announced worrying damage they'redoing Robert V. system, soy
Youkey, city manager
most smokers had that parking is so difficult other. Folks who would preferthe He estimates the In. ernment action has an overall .
although fig- .
sale of the
cigarettes on cam there.
Republican road would crease at $S billion this year. influence that is controlling -
pus will no longer be allowed. ured all along that smoking was In. These men, who have looked The policy of harassment find a very capable man to So it is evident that the effect When for example, the
The Lindsey daily newspapers in jurious to health. carefully into possible library followed by the City of Lakeland lead them Nixon is one who of the delay in the date federal budget Itself Is con
site!, agree that the present the merchants' self- for the enactment of
Sarasota have announced that they will plus has shown very good Judg- a tax tinually unbalanced year after
site Is the most desirable. serving "Park& Shop" schemeare ment and a I level head. bill will be offset by the larger year and money is pumpedinto
accept no more cigarette advertising.A Such expert opinion shouldbe not the answers to the Our country never needed amount of money per week the economy by borrowing -
Federal announcement says no The Grchcnstchikoffs a factor In quelling effectively problem. more a leader with good com that the taxpayer, after March constantly from the citizens -
more free cigarettes will be issued in the controversy over Why should a motorist take mon sense and one who real 1, will retain out of his In the public sooner or
library sites that has arisen. the trouble to hunt a parking izes the value of a dollar. come. later discovers what red ink
government hospitals. DR. AND MRS. George Grebens- Satisfied that the presentone place downtown or pay for a Let's unite behind Nixon and means In government finances
Some individuals who stopped tchikoff were gentle, cultured and meets the criteria for a place on a lot (either directlyor win. ANOTHER question askedof and confidence In the

smoking as soon as the government report modest individuals who had accumu- desirable site In the opinion of through purchase) when Mr. Dillon was whether, if monetary unit inevitably
our experts, Lakeland voters he can go to a shopping cen- ELLEN WILLIAMS both management and labor weakens.
was issued are puffing away again. lated a large circle of) friends in Lake

Some women who were cigarette land since they came here 24 years ago.

smokers apparently have taken to cigars Mrs. Grebenstchikoff died Friday

and pipes, as have men, of course. only three weeks after her husband's

But a Michigan University dental death. There were deeply devoted to Conscience Of The South

authority spoke up the other day to each other and arrived together at the

warn that the smoking of cigars and end of life.

pipes can cause cancer of the mouth.In They had lived in the United Statesa Governor Rockefeller Party SculptorBy

Miami a prosecutor has indicatedhe long time, having fled here when the ,
will crack down on the sale of cigarettes Communist regime took over in Russia.
RALPH McCILL IT WILL be Interesting to Ironically, Is the only candidate \- Thousands of Negroes, for eyes turn to Pennsylvania's
to minors, resorting to an old law Like many of the Russian authorsof
Publisher of The see if Senator Goldwater endorses on the Republican list example, owe their educationto Governor William Scranton.
Governor Bryant says he doesn't his early years and before, Dr. Atlanta Constitution the New Hampshire lot. who would indeed contest the Rockefeller support of He is strong in a key state.
think it's possible to prevent the sale Grebenstchikoff had the cosmopolitan Washington Notes : Odds tery. For perhaps most of the big decisions with the schools In the South. The big Presumably he would be able
of cigarettes to minors. outlook. His "Turbulent Giant," per against Nelson Rockefeller's citizens of that state the real city city vote In all the more populous to wage war In Philadelphia.
being nominated by the Re- issue Is a local option decisionon Democratic nominee. He cur states Is Important to both The Democratic problem will
Some smokers and non-smokers say haps the best of his extensive: writings, publican party this'summer sweepstakes gambling Anew rently has offended the railroad parties. That Governor Rockefeller not be simply to the

that as soon as the present wave of was most favorably received in the are substantial Yet, In failing, state law sets up the sale unions in New York, but would be a formidable larger cities in the carry big-vote
fright has passed, there will be just United States and other countries. if he does, as now seems like- of lottery tickets in the 49 labor in general trusts him competitor for It Is undenied. states. This they can do. But
about as much smoking as usual. Mrs.' Grebenstchikoff shared herhusband's ly, he, nonetheless, will have state-owned liquor stores and and sees him as a reasonable, The Democrats would fear that is not enough They needto
succeeded in remaking the at the three licensed racetracks fair man, not a partisan but him, in this area, more than them
carry by really sizeable
That just may happen. intense interest in literary GOP Into something more approximating In the Granite State. certainly no enemy. Minority any other nominee. majorities.
However, one) long-range result of endeavor and worked faithfully by his what he thinks its The lottering is going to beheld groups know and like him. Richard Nixon's substantial This pragmatic necessity,
the present excitement may be greater side. image should be. This is especially true of the defeat in California and his therefore, will strongly influence
The polls show him close to If voters of one community Negro. The Rockefeller name lack of following New York the choice of the Democratic
effort by parents to keep youngstersfrom It was a privilege for Lakeland to
Sen. Goldwater In New Hampshire forbid sale of tickets there, an has for three generations symbolized flaws his chances, though he vice
presidential nomInee -
taking up smoking. have these two splendid citizens as where but a few weeks interested purchaser can go to wise and humane use still hat support and is not and both nominees by
Whatever the ultimate overall re- residents. ago. they were_two to one a nearby city that does sell of wealth. counted out. More and more the Republican
against him. The governor them. The tickets will cost $3
A THOUGHT-Can a man hide himself In secret places so that I cannot see him? says the also has climbed some in the each. One of the races scheduled .
Lord, Do I not fill heaven and earth? says the Lord.-Jeremiah 23:24.: national preferential ratings. at Rockingham track In
And what b more importantis September Is expected to be Potomac
that he U offering a sort of declared the sweepstake test. FeverBy

LAKELAND LEDGER educational parallel between The winner might get $100,000,
himself and Sen. Goldwater. the state $S million. The state
The Arizonan continues to ob- school system will get the FLETCHER KNEBEL

cuscate and startle. A few revenue. People who .accused Americans of being crass materialists are apologizing
.."'*DNin PM' COWL". III, weeks ago he was supposed to This Is the first state lottery now-after seeing all the gold and silver we're spurning at the winter
Imperial Polk County .N.' '.,.NNn a HMO, VN w.!. have New Hampshire in a since 1894.! It Is an experimentin Olympics.
.-* r .Uri.. .CLIVI HMW. !.r- MtnN.-. sack. Even if he wins by a revenue raising that Is almost *
l rl .0' rowlll *'dvwt..inltori
World's Citrus Center '- ..., 0......., CM".LU' NVN6 aW.. narrow margin his victory will certain to be adopted by Republican presidential election outlook
1CMllO' KIAHIIY, OlroulvTh : A dark horse
Lon M..._. be diminished In Impact other states, hard-pressed to -and a light vole
Should the governor win In raise additional money with- *
New Hampshire he will be in out the politically dangerous
One know
lady wants to why we're
going all
through the
LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 a position to be more Influential process of biking taxes. The conventions and an election to get a new drudgery of primaries -
president when
In party decisions. lottery Is expected to carry bya we just got one
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Rockefeller does have principles good margin. The canny and *
and they are certainlynot frugal New Englanders confidently -
Panama of
On. v... . .. .. $20.SO OM Month .. .. .. ... $1.75 to be brushed off as socialistic expect a vast flood of wire more accuses us aggression. Panama's motto: Yankee go home and
Si ia Monthi .. ..., $10.40 w.... . . .... .40 or an imitation of the visitors from nearby population
Throe Month ,.. .. $ 5.20 Svn4.r Only Yo.r ,.. $7.SO Democratic programs. Those centers to come In and *
close to the New Yorker say purchase tickets. This local We\e had a lot of naturalists in the White House, but LBJ Is first
he intends to win the nomination issue overshadow the presidential Lady Bird watcher. our

"Hikthhoo1 .m"...... o Saturday end MI Sunday ..0..1... ky Uktland. N.w.,.,.. eo.L..I. if he can. But ahead of primary but It will *
that even, Is to save It from benefit from the huge turnoutof
.. .
., Florid. 1JI02
being taken over by the right- voters. Funny world. The government Is forcing us to take a $11 billion tax cut, but
etIIII wingers massed behind the If It catches. you trying to cut a few bucks yOUr tax yourself, it throws you
senator. GOVERNOR: Rockefeller, in Jail

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. S. IM4 terrelllarNeMtlaal

Citrus Commission Protests : "
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:; :.E. JJNQ 8, : ((:'E'EBC Jt. .N. ':S tlrl '
WASHINGTON REPORTRockefeller ,\ .. ,
, .
Canadian '
On Citrus Juice Now I IAa

j w. hens' see. ......., skis I I II.
I fJ The Florida Citrus Commls- In voicing a hope that the processed and packaged within bit, 113 MldbrMloe. ran .its

lion has filed a protest to a proposed Canadian government could be 11',... ltate." Asking For DebatesBy y..;; .HO cktnc VAlUUf N are I* ccUftiMi lit' seat!. ash H*

11 per cent sales tax Induced to reconsider a portionof He explained that .s process ,. M.l_f I, '...',,1 k* able, to age users
--, 'i/' end l mss .> tlwM'. PLAID
which became effective Saturday the tax proviso Hooke pointed -ed In Florida under state regulations STAMPS es."spper .
on all reconstituted the FULTON LEWIS, JR. BARRY Goldwater was the i
orange reconstituted orange and controls, reconstituted -
/ ,,,",,,,. Its rVeiMjrGround
told in Canada WASHINGTON When Nelson Presidential fa.
Juice Juice processed and packaged orange juice is Indiitinguish overwhelming
In a note to David Sim deputy Rockefeller a New York vorlt of several hundred
in Florida b handled under strict able from
minister of customers and ex regular single strength philanthropist sought the Republican Young Republican leaden f A e
erne, Commission General Manager -lUte regulations and is considered -orange juice both chemically nomination for Governor gathered In Washington a fort. '
Homer E. Hooks asked for to bo whole orange Juice and nutritionally It Is the In 19S8 ha could be night ago In a poll conductedby \ A

s review of tile ruling which apparently -not a diluted drink subject to Commission's contention, Hoows classed only 1 the right wing Young s BEEF
will affect all reconstituted -the beverage tax. said, that this product 1s a food as a political; Americans for Freedom. Gold. 'it
orange juice, whether "Such Juice cannot be placedIn and novice water gathered 827 per cent
manufactured in Canada or 1mported the same category as a soft not a drink or beverage. His wife .t of the votes cast. Scranton .
from other areas. drink but should be considered Enclosed with the communl Mary Todhunt- pulled In S.2 per cent. Rockefeller
a food product whether for tax cation to Sim were a copy of er Clark was \ 4.2 per cent Stassen 2.1 Lb.
CeaphMINSURANCE purposes or for any other purpose Florida Citrus Commission reiul.tionl the family's per cent. Nixon 2 per cent 7 3 $129
." Hoolu wrote "Thus, if establishing strict standards political "t. Lodge 1.8 per cent, and Rom. Bag
SUVICl the provisions of your tax law I for the manufacture of all eran. She had ney 1 per cent.
are not aimed specifically at chilled orange juice, Including I rung door bells Henry Cabot Lodge was the
taster Upshsw, food products, we beg you to reconstituted orange Juice anda for New York's choice of YR leaders for Vice
Inc. Z522J consider that they are discriminatory copy of a publication dealing Liberal Parry ad President on a Goldwater tick.
SOS a. Tonn. A' H>. OM till with the chemical compositionof But Rocky's et. GOP National ChairmanBill
against Florida juices
some natural and processed money mad LEWISup Miller ran a suprising T 2ND BIG WEEK'SUPERRIGHT"freezerBeef T
orange juices. for Ms lack of experience. second with Sen. John Tower
Science Shrinks Piles "We must assure you that we Party leaders were quickly and Gov. Bill Scranton pollIng i
are well aware that tome products convinced that what the GOP well for veep. There were Sale!
j.New marketed In both Canada needed was a new,face and no Vice Presidential votes for
Way Without Surgery and this country fall far below new money. Rockefeller.

I our minimum quality standards Rockefeller shot Into an If r.. like' mace with' a rich end robed fl....r end! "II yen don't mind Mvlnf .t.e messy

Stops Itch-Relieves Pain cases These, products manufactured are, with in most early lead for the gubernatorial Rockefeller aides are report. ebbs this b miss. ale! for yctut Just look wisp ,..',. .ertl",1 l r">fii
excessive -
KM Ted. H. T. (4e.s.l1st theenl .0 thoroogl that ../rer... wade amounts of water artificial nomination.GOP Far behind ed shocked by the results oft "Sep.r-e1hl"" Quality I.*! s variety, *f yawn tv.rit. cult fiom |rln-f4, Wtirtm $l..rIM
time ..I...* a** found a new oiUaliklac. iMtoMoBU Ilk. ..P.... flavor sugar citric acid, were veterans with great poll conducted by the Syracuse .n!! f v.rnt.t<1 !a glee! j." Hit MHnoil .In .*j.r'" bating o.krt .o.-.ilk tb* .it*.. have ...... U ko a robl..I-* experience Len Hall a sevenS Post-Standard Although ., .
hest of choke will h cod) eMItionol
and other components and pee sue wrapped .t no tort."SUPERRIGHT"
.. _.., Congressman who had
libliC blllty shrink homer The to a now koalliii eoh- Syracuse Is considered conservative
rkoldi. top IUkl,. and roller eta... (Bia.BtoDrnoiMonry! should properly be classified as gone on to run the GOP National territory few expected
I without world ._... rooodttk laitituto. drinks or beverages With re- HEAVY WESTERN
pain nrtorf. a Committee, was among the Governor to run ((275 to 325 Lb. Arg.)
!. no sitar MM, while rUrrtlicTlne This HkotMN low available. gird to these products, we con- those who trailed the million. .
is poorly he did.
(shrinkage pain) leak. .t..1 vita*,reduction *IB..mtppontorf.r the same.r Prtptfttttn omfiMiiloral JT*. !, cur in the logic of Imposing the sire Gothimite Out of 2,091 votes cast
lI..t..f aU-raaIY wed At all drag ocanUn. -y, same tax as that which is applied "- Hall sought desperately to Rockefeller received only 83. Side of Beef LB."SUPERRIGHT" 49c
to drinks or beverages get Rockefeller in a Goldwater led the pack with .
face debate Rockefeller cutoff 780 and Richard Nixon ran
all discussion of debate a strong second with 639 votes
with this telegram sent to Henry Cabot Lodge was'third
Hall July 1, 1958. and Rockefeller a dismal HEAVY WESTERN ((240 to 165Lb. Avg.)


"IN HONESTY I cannot believe ROCKEFELLER'S troubles
ire not confined to Syracuse.Goldwater Beef Hind LB.59c
ntttnd'oarY0 that the series of debates
iaoit4d to backers will run
between Republican can d I I.
gprdlia1ly for seats in the New York
dates is the best way to
.1Y: Convention delegation and
strengthen Republican
ut PA tbt Party Rockefeller aides are fearful : 'SUPER-RIGHT" HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE ((25 to 30Lb. Avg.)
J Jx pity that Barry will pick up at I
"We are end must remsinunited
tpiy4rtt qiG a least ten of the state's 92 ,
5 party My belief is that
all of us should concentrateour votes 10-INCH
IxB campaign on the Issues The Rockefeller budget Beef Rib CUT 59c
an all-time state high has
presented by the failure of the been assailed by Democrats, LB.
0poTV.S' leadership of the state Demo-
who accuse the Governor of
critic administration
al at"i,1 ,rote & I 1 Rockefeller proved correct. balancing slelfht the of budget hand. with Republicans fiscal "SUPER-RIGHT"HEAVY WESTERN WHOLE ((45 65.Lb. Avg.)

,,,iog ItCS Debates were held. Those who have rapped Rocky for
CO\or 'inn sC l1ocay D.- opposed Rocky's nominationfell
Exciting < ; Its lptS.dt quickly behind him in an submitting a do-nothing budget Beef Loin LB.69c
i" cast Ci" r.h/; SEI\.V.D effort to defeat the incumbent that will permit him to spenda
maximum amount of time
h ,h, WILL 1 J Governor Democrat Averell
from .
r.l t..." way Alb.ny.I
1Ufl\1\SI1NE.NI5 7:311 Harriman Rocky won by
ev. more than half a million votes
fR'EJ F ninlFURNISHED .t Now Rockefeller( badly trailIng .
Monday "' WoarfdCIe 4 to pickl" In the polls, demands that TodayIn

FREE 'JI\\NS1'OI\.T'. / >> /.ttie Barry Ooldwater meet him In "Super-Right" Minute Cubed or Boneless Top or Bottom Round
61)-707 > debate Coldwater has re I
MD ** Ls'a\Sl1! J1- fused, for the very reasons Your
.. c.eonly that Rocky used In 1958.
all S.7alncssce Goldwater carries with him History STEAK Choice 87c
at all times a photostat of the Lb.
i telegram sent to Mall six years By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
back by Rockefeller It was Today is Monday, Feb. 3, the
given to him by Hall to use ':34th day of 1964 There are 312 12.0s. Can Armour Star Treat or Armour Star Beef
in any manner he sought fit days left in the year.
Today's highlight in history: t
On this date in 1908, the U.S. STEW 1.Lb. S.o.49C
Supreme Court handed down Its ConExtra
decision, In the famous Danbury
Falcon it's America's toughest (Conn) Hatters case It held
proves that the boycott by United Haters -
: of North America was a Special! Sanitary Nopkln.MODESS .

compact in the rugged Monte Carlo Rallye violation it trade.a combination of the antitrust in restraint laws of I 3 Boxes $100

On this date: I r
b : In 1690, the Massachusetts
w colony: began issuing Its own 1
} 'e: eF bills of credit in defiance of
British authority I
/ Willis began his pursuit of Co-

onlal troops through North Carolina .'
I } to Virginia I DONUTS
In 1894. the first steel sailing
k vessel the Dingo, was launched or
at Bath Maine.
In 1924, the 28th President of o GOLDENSUGARED

tie United States, Woodrow Wil-
AI ,
y PIES I 0
ton, died st his home in Wash

In 1944, a U,!S. Navy surfacenrce
Y eI t bombarded Paramushiron
the first such attack againstJipanese YourChoice Your

home territory in C Choice C
World War II, 3 9 19
I 11/2.LB. BOX

Ten years ago At least 350 EACH OF 12
Hindu pilgrims were trampledto
L death In India while trying
; to perform a religious ceremony
In the River Ganges
<< ,, Five years ago-Sixty-five per I FIRM RIPE IIIV '/
ions died when an American
Airlines Electra turbo -
Mr-- ./ .. # plane crashed In New York's PEARS21bs.29C
( ....t "" East River after overshootinga t Nljll
'ttsea landing in fog at La Guardia
f Airport
: .
.. ..1 l
fi of
One year ago-Secretary
: .,,"r... the Interior Stewart L. Udall
Felma n"ad. tan Oho bar 110M ....... a rah'ssiMshd It be oval h 1IIcuIty sod. ...,... W"her ee.dtni.. it'. 'III It MlMsae nou-sal 1M lea 1CIIodu.. alt s prosy lor desys. Hen s Flan MIIII anedi I... _"*mM', tried l*'djn ". "MIM nM- nets which the General Accounting .

Office said would
Falcon entered ttco claws 163 were still In the rally when the by a Valiant WM 88th overall. Falcon mean unjustified profits of S155 V
field struggled into Monaco-but they Gined invaluable experience in how to million for gas and oil com
in Europe's.100.mi U'inffJr Included all eight of the speciallyequippedFalconathatoriginallystartedl a ear bettor, make it tougher, panies.
ordeal-won them both and ; t sharpen up Its total perfarmanft. That's I EASTERN ROUND WHITEPOTATOES
Tniaeiiht-out-of-eiKht waa perhaps the real reason Ford ia interested in
overall out of
finished 2nd more remarkable I than the fact open competition-and why Ford-built Three Plead I
299 cart. Tliat't diirnbiHtyl that, despite a handicap formula that cars have got so much more to show
favored the smallest cars, a Falcon captured drivers. Drive one and see; it won't Pou5
second place overall. One car can have six lights, or a horn you can hear Innocent In nd 89C
In the Rollye'.jil"PfH'ial have luck but eight have to have for four mire in stormy weather, or Bog
: Alpine section, total Joraance. Because the Rally the other special rally equipmentbut -
falcon was first overallin road r:every variety of weather and it'll sure surprise )'oul) Sinatra Kidnap
conditions the continent can provide I
four tied for first In and because it wind up on the TRY TOTAL LARGE SNO-BALL IISpecial"CAULIFL'W'R
one. That's _roadahiHtylIn most remote byways in the French "
Maritime Alps, it ia a supreme teat of FOR A CHANGEI accused of kidnaping r
all 1 the car's abilities.Falcon steering had Frank Sinatra Jr, last December -
the Rollye'.jinGltf' to be flawlen on glare Ice above a 1,000- have pleaded Innocent in 29C
'' around the Monte foot drop. Those fabulous V 8's had to federal court. Hood

Carlo racing course, Falconstrere run like dynamos. FORDFalcon. Judge Williams East accepted
second. The final results in the Monte Carlo the pleas Friday and also granted .
first and Rallye I gave Falcon 2nd place overall, a bail reduction from $50,000
That's mnneurerabilityl tat in Clans 8 of the Touring category, Ford Thunderbird
to $30,000 for C. Amsler
1st and 2nd in CUss 5 of the much HIMMR/ o.tOToa TRENDS 23. The same Joseph reduction earlier ft ,Jave Only Plald'Stamps rri .t u this *.< ... ..<>< I

MONTE CARLO-The started with 33rd 299 Monte earL and tougher 2nd Grand in the Tounng final thrM-lap category test 1st on GAR Or THC ma AWARD was granted the other two ?, Get Fine Gifts Faster ebres.h "......'.,.

Carlo Some 2.700 Rally miles and J)d days Uur the Mont Carlo circuit. Th beat finish ,.cane<@ mama defendants, Barry Worthington Ins *l*f ATIANTK a KC IC tea COMPANY, tue, 'ohtyory f.
Keenan 23 and John Irwin, 42
Earlier, Judge East denied 3004 S. Flo. AVI. '!
motions for supression of evidence \-
LAKELAND FORD COMPANY INC. which Included defend
ants' statements to FBI agents, Ukolond' Stot* OM..
125 Lake Mirror Drive Phone MU 2-1102 I. money allegedly paid as ran- At S 10 A,M.

for time and _____ scam for young Sinatra, and a
?____ Ford presents "Arrest and TVUr-ABC-TV Notworlc-Check your local listings channel letter written by Keenan.

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John L Chisel brook Is '
Oratorical C/M %i r1JfL9JLJa/u laiuL .

Engaged To Ocala Miss Contest Set Ufyetl.For '

mond OCALA E --Umbaugh Mr. and- Mrs have Ray.announced "" .. Students f/' a'.a Bossings Of Lakeland Saw ; :

the engagement of V 5!
their daughter, Sandra Lee, to MULBERRY Polk County -

,John I Lamer Chiselbrook of competition for the American LAKELAND LEDGER. Monday, Feb I, 1964cw Panama Crisis In MakingBy I

1 Legion's annual national -- -
Lakeland son of Mr and Mrs
Fred W. Chiselbrook of Okla oratorical contest will be ,

waha and grandson of Mr and Friday, Feb 21, at 7:30: p.mat LUCIA MYERS This exploration had been done In advance

Mrs A C. Wright of Lakeland the American Legion HomeIn Mr and Mrs. B, W, Bossing, who formerly during a sabbatical year They journeyedacross !

Mulberry, Anton Dudek, taught In Panama, saw the present crisis the country to California, stopping

The couple will exchangevows county contest chairman announced coming, more than 30 years ago. along the way to test out home-like spots.

on March 14 at St lohn a At their home In a trailer community on Toward the end of the tour they came to

Lutheran Church here, The Legion home is one Tyler Avenue they reminisced Florida This, they decided, would be their

A 1961 graduate of Ocala .Faseat mile north of Mulberry on recently about their experi- future home.

High School, MIss Umbaugh Is Hwy, 37, Lakeland-Mulberry ences in a small Panama Among the reasons for their choice the

a junior at Stetson University Road r town, David, near the Costa 4 4 equable climate, the comparatively moderatecost

where she Is vice president of According to Mr Dudek, a Rican border of living, the fact that trailers were more

Phi Mu social sorority, member number of students In this area "On a person to* person welcome here than In some other areas.

of Beta Beta Beta biology will participate In the 27th basis we found friendliness in When they returned to Florida several

honorary fraternity and Miss annual competition. Last year Panama But in the back- years later, they had not picked the exact

Hatter Court of 1962. She has 360,000 students from the 50 ground there was antlU S. spot to park their trailer But friends in Lakeland

served on the Women's Council states spoke In the contest, -u sentiment And sometimes it urged them to come and look. They

Student Government Asso- he said iL was so close to the surface promptly settled here

ciation and was cochairmanof Students wishing to enter that It came out, even in our Their trailer home, almost hidden by papayas

1963 Parents' weekend MISS SANDRA UMBAUGH the contest are to prepare a conversations with friends," MRS MYERS tall\ poinsettias and a jacaranda tree

Mr. Chiselbrook is a 1960 speech on some part of the Mr Bossing said has been enlarged to include a Florida room

graduate of Lakeland High I member of the varsity wlm-- United States Constitution last. 'The problem has grown out of factors with an electric organ. There's a thread of

School He attended Wake ming team and Alpha Kappa Ing not less than eight minutes within Panama Itself-the struggle betweenthe music through their lives Some years ago

Forest College where he majored Psl fraternity, He is employedin and not more than 10. In cities : 'haves' and the 'have-nots Of course Mr. Bossing, to get more exercise, took up ,

1 In biology and was a Lakeland having more than one high our government and the U. S. firms doing square dancing. He studied It In the West

school, runoffs will be conducted business there have to deal with the peoplein and in the Kentucky mountains Result: He

and a student chosento power And often those people have exploited and his wife wrote a "Handbook of SquareDancing"

Why 5sww OUL? represent one school each the masses Therefore the masses which'i Includes the waltz quadrillethat I t

area, Mr. Dudek said. I tend to Identify the United States with their he himself worked out to the music of

I The county winner Is to be exploiters," he added "Home on the Range"

Good Conversation No chosen Feb. 21, and will compete Long In Making The Bossings are active in the Lake

In the district contest / "Even children In kindergarten were absorbing Region Unitarian Fellowship And on Sunday

; Problem If You Listen March 20 at Daytona Beach. that attitude toward the United States evenings she plays the piano and sings solos

I' A national contest will be held when we were In Panama from 1928 to 1928," for the religious services In the trailer comp

', later at which time students ; he said. "The present situation has been munity.

By JOSEPHINE LOWMAN you meet them. Begin your will make a speech without i a'B 6, building up for a long time I e
If a woman Is interested in next conversation with them notes. Four winners will be r t. "When we returned I made about 80

the world about her, if she is by asking about some of these selected, the first receiving a J speeches, largely to clubs and schools In the Island Collectors"The

enthusiastic about life and things $4,000 scholarship the second Chicago area I pointed out the trend that I
British Isles
r two years" wasthe
+. truly Interested in others, and 5. If someone is new to you $2500 scholarship, the third saw down there But people did not want to goal set by Mr. and Mrs Eric Murray
has a sense of humor, she take from surroundings SI,000 hear
your cue your scholarship and fourth that viewpoint"The
when abroad in Is
they went 1954. This the
4 will I I I probably A There is always $500 scholarship Bossings have been back to Panama year for their sixth trip and they plan to

have no con something pleasant to say only once since then. Two years ago on a it
.1 make on schedule time. They already have
versation prob-r about the place you may be Absenteeism cruise around the world, they went ashore their ship reservations for July.
lama In. Fall back on the weather when their ship paused there on the trip
MRS. JOHN WAYNE GODBOLD Each time they like to include some spot
However, this only as a last resort, and through the Canal In those few hours Mr. which
Subject Of was not on their previous Itinerary.
d does not necessarily then try to give It a twist Bossing hunted up an old friend of 34 years
This year they hope it will be the Shetland
follow, with something If you read PTA PanelA Ida Bennett Is Bride before, and they had a cordial reunion. Islands In their "island collecting they
Many women can always the
your newspapers you As educational missionaries sent out by
have already visited Iona, known as the holy
who have these'
characteristicsif start the conversationby panel discussion on "Ab Of John Wayne Methodist Church, the Bossings spent two island, where St. Columba rooted a little
saying, "Did you read Godbold years in Bolivia and two years in Peru, before branch 1400
senteeism in Christianity t
the School years ago.
Just bow
are about 10 and so? going to Panama, Their son, who 1s now a 00

the same Also, 8. Try to discover what the Kathleen will be Senior conducted at Miss Ida Tina Bennett became The bride Is the sister of chemist with an aircraft company In California
could High
r all Improve of us t h equality MISS LOWMAN others are interested In and School Parent-Teacher Asso- the bride of John Wayne Mrs James Corbitt and before was born In Bolivia Their daughter, Planting Pines
talk about that her made now living In Traverse City Mich., was bornIn
ciation marriage her
of our conversation if meeting tomorrow at Godbold yesterday afternoon home with and Peru. One of the compelling reasons for Hibiscus circle of the Garden Club of Lakeland -
7:30 Mr Mrs. Cor
Avoid : In the school
few Arguments p.m. cafe-
we would remember a at Central Avenue has started 60
torlum. Baptist bitt at 1218 W Herschell St their return from the mission field was to pine seedlings growing in

things 7. Do not be too serious Church In a ceremony per- The bridegroom Is the of provide schooling for their children in the Saddle Creek Park. one of its first projectsof
Panelists will be Mrs. Sue son
1. Don't use stock phrases and never be argumentative 1964.
United States
McMillan formed by the pastor, the Mr and Mrs Wayne Godbold
over and over again, such as, Sometimes it is fun and rewarding at Chose Lakeland Carefully Four members who met at the park recently
1919 W Oak Hill
land Senior High School moderator :Rev B G Brown
"That's swell, you said it, when among a few A musical After 28 years of physics teaching In the to set out the seedlings were Mrs James
: Dr C H. program was pre-
"how simply wonderful, or close friends to bat a subject Benefield Tison civics chairman of the circle
vented by Mrs. Brown Chicago public school system Mr. Bossing Mrs.
J, G. ,
parent organist
: Morrow Kathleen
"you don't mean Itl"! about until you kill it or it Senior LakelandersAre and Mr. Tullis, soloist, retired to Florida In 1957. Herbert S. Starr, Mrs. James Hunt and Mrs r
High School
2. Most Important, don'tInterrupt kills you, but this is not for principal To find their retirement home, the Bosiings A L. Brown They obtained the young trees
others The most casual social talk school; Robert Hinder, Attending Brother Gives Bride traveled 28,000 miles In 14 months In a trailer, from the Florida Forest Service

popular conversationalists are 8. Be very cagey if the guidance counselor The bride's brother, James
the best listeners. There is Mrs Harold Grizzard Polk Women's Forum Bennett her in
question of politics or religion gave marriage p41
County Council of
nothing more flattering than occurs; either can get hot PTA area She wort a formal DATE BOOK Society
coordinator will
showing Interest and being interested very quickly. You must know Founders' speak brief. Mrs L. Roy McDaniel and gown of embossed satin designed Is
ly on Meeting
In what another person the others very well to have A Day Mrs Earl Toole are in Wash and made by Mrs Pred
nominating committeewill 9fQthfl
says. You will be loved this happy and in good taste present a slate of officersfor ington attending the 1964 Jackson. Her illusion veil was 30 3D ScheduledWoman's
for such remarks as,
forever caught to a crown of pearls
Montaigne wrote "The most the 1964-65 school year at Women's Forum on National
"What were you going and she carried white carnations
profitable and most natural the next TODAY sloe buildinsytodlrlrk, Airport WIIIt
meeting. Society
say?" or "Please finish your Security today through Wednesday atop a white Bible. ; >
optimisT CLUB or LAKSLAND VLAneloh'K
exercise for our mind Is conversation of
story" after someone else has which has its Mrs. Ronnie DuBois 0,1 Cre CLU. Edgewood Baptist
as was 'u"Ie4'.n
To It is more KATHLIIH COp : .* I .10 p m at Uip RemaurantLANILAND
Interrupted the speaker me matron of honor In a street- AMRANTH. t pM, at KaUllMR ROTAsVCsdnI. CLUB. |3 IS Church will meet tonight at
Sprouts'Meet theme "Report To the Worn- ..
than Cadrt "
agreeable occupation "
Ill/MOij tgNteCih 7:45: o'clock at the church in
Speak Clearly ran length dress 'CJf pink silk organza "uMioif'vvin-roni: UAOVI, spm TOURIST .
any other In ,fife. ., Lakeland Oar ....r....'. SOI Itincaeon at noon la ,*ementol the fellowship hall Mrs. Joan .
3. Speak clearly. If you should be agreeable andIt Wednesday Her accessories were I, Mianolia Bulldlni. CltM Ceatar.
It Both 1'T"r."lNA'Aeo.C: ;;
are representing the matching and she carried L O Card will munRSPY.LIOAN Gettings, president, will preside
BJTJarore"lM .
mumble or speak too softlyit can be agreeable, but it can a > and .CU"'K COMMITT" -
After School"Young American Legion Auxiliaryat nosegay of pink rosebuds %mu..I ;! ..... KeU>- OP POLK COUNTY. 1 J0pm .
for others who ap.rns.o:: 'Vo'pl,30 .
is a strain also be murder! nl//o nrnt I1drnre Pork The "The
the forum, to which 17 Best Man CLYR D' .MPlltl"l. ASIA program, Chaplain -
understand participating 035ISp
are trying to you Tomorrow Not Talking TUISDATLAKILAND ,
m INC Corp Cendr monrrla and His Work, will be
The bridegroom brother, U he turr>,d la, W C. Funk
Sprouts" Junior
will decide organizations
After a while they Enough Is As Bad As Talking are SRIDOI. CLUB. lit and Mrs Her ton ROO.Ie are BoatOROCIB .- under the direction of Mrs
the is not worth Garden Club of the Garden Everett Godbold, was best "m A'K acA"O WTO "T"I. ,
that struggle Too Much. lending delegates from each L .. nnlAN/LANm WATts CLYS Gettings. Others
I' a participating
while! and will lose interest in Booklets available through Club of Lakeland, Inc., will man. Ushers were another CLUB 7pm el alarehrt.. '. RoiletlL e m .t Clae' e.n"r. Nll room
state ,Opt lOin. will be Mrs Mabel Wells
brother, Jim Godbold and CLUB board neatln at ,
meet Wednesday at 3:30 KILAKonT'cL"u.. aUr
: color .
conversation ,
Josephine Lowmans WHY S JO m .t .ll1hh"
your others at the Garden Center. Mrs McDaniel, national security Gene Raiford of Bartow.At claee ., 0 34 a.m. at ..slDln""" U".LAND CNN H. 0555Op Mrs. O E. Loadholtes, Mrs
4. Remember what GROW OLD? column Include ... PsTA.. .,
chairman of the local THS .TlItN S PM. at W. C. Bauder, Miss Elsie
say when you talk with them "Eight a e k Self. Improvement This group, composed of American a reception honoring the Manor) TfiraplpWOMIN'S REPUBLICAN CLUBexecutive Cox, Mrs. Eleanor Lewis and
Legion Auxiliary, newlyweds, the bride's book
and what they are Interested Junior high school students, board ....Unl. t to a m. at
Marathon Religious
"Nine Day has newly elected officers said the purpose of the forum was kept by Mrs Christine Groups'Meeting home of Mta, J. r Moriaa, all B Mrs R W. JenkinS.McDilcla .
In. This gives you a wonderful Diet as I I Beacon RoadCHAPTIR
Reducing and
the next time follows: Rebecca Kramer, will be to inform women on Tidwell. Others assisting\ in W. P.O SIlTtRNOOB.
springboard Treat Diet" Calendar 14 at home ol Mr.
"Tubby HubbyDiet" the of national the Included RobertClfoe "
president, Dorothy Doyle, vice many aspects hospitalities Mrs : tn chialcr Dram:
and "Your Home
Bust. Senda Mrs. Toole Is Leon
president; Debbie LaLonde, security consultant Jowers, Mrs Everett W5DNC5DAYLANCLAND
Steinway addressed, stamped en- and for the national de Godbold and Miss Patty PIIA".II "Oil TNt DAY-p.r a SMRINI CLUB. R1MKat
secretary Kathy Messick
velope and 10 cents for each fense committee. Hornsby rlr'I'\ prayer, moment of medu the K Ik. Club at 13 n pmLAKSLAND Meeting Place
treasurer Rorhip.n; hour Ol U>* ART CLUB. oil "a In'-
Chickering booklet to Josephine Lowman According to the Lakeland The newlyweds will live at ..., or until Di,1_ sa-41u. Inn rlau 515O am.. Mr. M.rr
The will be a ,
program Carter Initrtictor: oil palatine w.ItI'It
In care of The Ledger Nearly flower delegate, nearly 1,000 delegates 208 Marveline Cr The bride TODAY M > Mrnm al 10 amiit Delta Gamma chapter nf
Wurlitzer 100 free leaflets arranging workshop on from all APOSTOLIC BI.L. sCHOOL : :iJJo else, oil palnlIni Beta
art offered mechanics and elementary parts of the will continue working at Mar iihi cle ee it at eebool. ., 10 p m Instructor. la Sigma Phi sorority will
too. Watch this column for design, led by Mrs. Charles nation will be addressed by tin Drug Inc, The bridegroomIs IJ *1T5M.uT I ssdN. Char with' !*Murru* ffoldtr Ooldiborouih: portrait Instruction. 7 30.510 I meet tonight at 8 o'clock at
Pianos title of leaflets leading authorities sunda* all at idmlnutratloa kulldlni the home of Mrs. MoDilda.
which may be C Cook chairman assisted on nation employed at Winn Dixie in .chool teaehere an* offiem meet-. p m Charles
of help to al security problems. Tampa J.. PAUL'TUTHKRAM Lgdr0.Y ViNr.NT: ;: ORO.R OP onuowa 510 Hillside Drive
youDelta ,
Hammond by Mrs H. E. Glide well and .._ :. .! TIHIRAN. church. B pm. at DAY Hall toInitiate The
Or bond ..mdte.t.hATN program, "Express
Mrs F. R. Clayton iif n, >t 11 "
Catll "" Sunder will be given by
Organs Betas Members are to bring containers T" s:;, 'A.plrN. ... \ of rhool Harold etaff meetlni smart Tom m CMtlnoriRST 'horn 401 noon nnoharie al hone. Trail of Mrs our blleL Mrs. Henry Karr and Mrs.
and needlepoint for ILNORA PRRIKAN LOOOjf Sm
,, R""d Robert Heunisch
Y at Ceunirr Oar School, >JI B.LAHSLANB .
So Us sad Service Will MeetDelta making arrangements, also .. ; ;, arhnol stall m.."nc at 7 10 p tnPlRST r.. CHAPTSR, VAUOHAUROCHS Mrs. Herbert Roller will assist
BAPTIST, herhoodeel.
plant materials, if available the hostess.
at Sit lftto H. Moan
Garden club members supply is chapel The Rev p ,m [ : R, Rowo a ::10"mr ".'.,110 Toda. MNM CI.III bom4m.r. I

TiLIPHONI COLLICT Beta chapter of Beta flowers and foliage for those Jr CINTRALnA:: :l v I N u e RAPTIRT, .T..AN' O. WOItLD WAN I,
223-4611 Sigma Phi will 'Woman Mleelonarr Union. 7 JO U.., 'MPI".L POL" COUNTY Highland City
: Tampa sorority meet who do not have materials All p m. wia and auilliarr. ...-
tonight at 8 o'clock at the junior high students are welcome 'iii' T5555ev ered dun dinner Bu Idlnt at. Clvlo 1310. pm.CenterBuilnett atMaanolla PTA To Meet
home of Mrs. Ed Golden, 618 ,'A u APOSTOLIC halt SCHOOLo 1322 ,wi..Ul follow olllcar
Arthur Smith c K MenvrleJ Blvd. alaui dateee atoMMUMITV in.ilaUt.uoii
Carlton St. Refreshments will be servo S Highland City Parent-Teach.

Music Co. Mrs. J. S. Skinner will present ed by Gladiolus circle ;l. < p 1118"m..1 Jnhn"home, ..of halt Mr.. Halite CLASS Miller.T 30 er Association will meet tomorrow

106 I. T,Uf Si. TBBIBB a program on "Express III""NTH.DA" ADVENTIST. vel- Gray LadyMeetings at 7:30: p.m. at the
Yourself" ''v : fare aoclelit. a JO a m .1 I".'. N.
FNA Dinner Iowa Mr Mfirr Hitn. leader school auditorium.
A founders'
Bible' moderator else tt 10 e m. lachurrh day pageant
Meet Is In '< ,1":01 CHIIIIT parlor tuTNRas nhlld"entoOrlrmalo0 To ResumeGray "Guard Well Thy Trust," will

PLAN NOW TO ATTEND 1 the Hey W 1"1' Brnalarhk 4 pm. hnmaol 304MarUia be presented by members of
Plant CityDistrict "< Ass l adult Information leaturt the faculty and parents.
:' arm 7 10 pm VFW Mall Ladies of Lakeland.
aT. PAWL LUTMCRAN. UlUierenWomen

5th Annual 12, Florida Nurses 'Mop 10'. a Mlulonarr,m', .W 3 30 twoS 0 IA. work- Mulberry Cross chapter will resume, AmericanRed Chair The ,i..... In I...., Car

Association, will have a din WIDNIfDAYAPOITOLIC for the Dficriminetinf WamoR
regular monthly I meetings
ner meeting tonight at T
a .al Blvd.. n ant claeeee atHRitTiAN Wednesday at 9:30: a.m. at the
o'clock at Longhorn's Restaurant & OLIVE
Red Cross chapter house 302
In Plant City, ;, Boon at Creat Realau"riptT Park Trammell Drive, Mrs BEAUTY SALON

Dr Arnold Spaniers will '1; ,b-1 CHRISTIAN, adnlalitratl Margaret Senn, chairman, has Ivies,, M. click PIIOP.
speak on 'Cohoit "F k F rS2 $ .f hoard, 7 JO p m
Therapy. Permanent W.
e CHRItT LUTHIRAM. Bo! Scout announced. .i $7 JO
The public health nurses Troop Tut meele at 7 30 D m, at Complete-hem. *
JIM Your r rdtu Mnrthweit Flrmntar, School All Gray Ladies and others aP
section will be hostesses. tkaJ PIR1T P>RtSRYTIRIAN. pallor aB Oaew Thura. at Frl .... toy Avpt.
ble and Church A'\'" and dlaconaU.: meettof. t 30 invited to attend 1033 S. Flo. Avt. MU 4-S991
pm In re.p.rur .m.

ROSE t Choir Sixth Bridge fr.. ::.

Session SlatedThe 4 ,
GREEN Is I 0 ,

Singers Invbted women's bridge tourna Evangelistic Meeting

ment sponsored by St. Joseph ,, :tj
and '
s Mothers' Club will meet

for Its sixth session Tuesday c sb
Musicians Participate .
night. IRr NIGHTLY

Hostesses will be Mrs. William ,'tg
10:30 1:30
Ross, Mrs Joseph Gan- L

A.M i P.M. dolfo. Mrs. Melva Smith, Mrs ,

C Logan Mrs. Albert Weiss, ," ,,' ", THIS WEEK
Mrs John O'Reilly, Mrs. Eva w n' Ii r

Donnan, Mrs L. Proctor, Miss

REV. LAWRENCE B. HICKS Jeanne Hart, Mrs. A, Patter ,00.- Through

son, Mrs T Williams and '" .

Mrs Robert Perron.rBiMIlL. Y


SERVICES MORNING AND NIGHT Fitruory! 3.9, 1964 7:30
Mr and Mrs Bill Cannonof P.M.Robert

Sherman Oaks, Calif., an- .
Weak. Day Locorlonl nounce the birth of a daughter J

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Tracy Melene, Jan. 31 SAHARA SHORTS, SHIRT A cassock inspired by a Jackson, Evangelist
Mr and Sahara desert uniform of gold-yellow shantung A
Grandparents are cotton
c... ITrk AVI. & ''Jth St, W. ........tolt, Florid worn
Mrs. Melvin Stelnkamp. 1038S. with short shorts of the same fabric and a rustic boat-shaped Lake Wire Church of Christ

New York Ave. and Dr. straw hat is a creation of the Lancettl fashion house of Rome
SUNDAY, FIB. 9th Services held' In the City Auditorium and Mrs. Francis Cannon ofLeomlnster The sports) ensemble was presented at the Florence show of Lake Wire Drive at Oak Street

Mass. Italian spring and summer fashions (AP Wirephoto) J

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Monday, Feb. 1. 1KLAKELAND/ 7 ; '" '

__. LEDGER '. ,iJ1} \/ .' "!/" O,;, : ,, -" d'jl\ ) t J ;I}: "'"

The Worry Clinic : ." ( 1,(.i."Q, iQ m J :Pubh.XTIm\ : is(,, ;, : r\e :!JP ','j IQjI.' ':

, Woman Says __ '_ (i I 0 \

/!*Her Husband

Unfaithful on ciu ;iu q"Vtuw

CASE R-47S Nancy D., aged _
44, !U now In a mental hoi-
"My husband li unfaithful"
she keeps telling her doctor
"H. runs around with every
waitress he meet
"And ha has no use for me.
All he can think about la
young girl about half his age
"A fast as he finishes with
one affair he start another.He .
should be locked "
up. ,
dff fe j VIII I lI / MARKETS
ACTUALLY Nancy's hut- I I.f
band Is NOT running around
with other women!
He Is an honorable businessman
and active in the Boy
Scouts. He also dw
. I II a deacon In
his church.So .
why do]
'| you think Nan1
cy falsely accuses

sexual Mm esca of, CRISP Very Fin .

pades and constant : RED YORK
fulness?untalLh- Apple Sauce 2 :a25C

Well this Is
A common At DR. CRANE i" .;' APPLES Florida Punch, Grape, Orange, Pineapple-Orange

woman tltude illustrates In of the a menopause.It what we .call I Hi-C Drinks 3 ::. $1.

"projection" upon the other 4 Ib. bog
spouse of one's own secret at. ei
tltude. Lots of Cleaning PowerComet

For Nancy feels she Is now
on the shelf. Her womb was Cleanser Sr 10c
removed surgery becauseof 39'

So she Imagines she Is be-
low par sexually."I &P Delicious

can't to my possibly husband be attractive any Sliced Beets . . ... ::2 10'v
more," Is the furtive thought v
of millions\ of women who .. Itll's"' Srr.wb rrfPreserves

reach the menopause. . . . .';:" 25libbr' "
This Is medically and psychologically LIMIT 2
a false notion. C.nnHCorned
But as long as deluded women
still worship their womb BREAKFAST: Beef. ., .. .. .. -:-:..* 39
and enshrine It a* the main V
barometer of their physical ooFR l.rIA IOO CLUB nrlIuty'l

forced charm, to we treat doctors neurotic will still and be Jftl Green Stamps! dnirgJ specialsPillsbury'i Pancake Flour . *k:: 35

even psychotic females! 1 ...iii owa../wd.w.b I
If Nancy had sent for some 0 LEO
f"SSd of the booklets offered via ONI-A-DAY MULTIPLE VITAMINS Delicious
100 2.94
ct. size $
this column, she could have
ILNrN WNr ..... a taut r ;, DANISH ROLLS
avoided entrance Into a mental A91D

patient Ideas For! most are of victims these of mental false FREE VU100Is p kg-". 29' Ctn. 1 Oc PUBIIX

Green Stamps Betty Crocker Whit or FudgeFROSTING
DR. MENNINGER has stated .I** .. .
1 lt tttittn "< >di M llSQUIBB'S I
that the heaviest drain on MINERAL OIL
our state budgets I la for the
pint size 79cP't
support of Institutions for ,_ ..... SWIFT'S
: (sub WW L 1M.)
mental cases! r:;::, 14-01. 39'froreit
So you taxpayers are"stuck" OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIOO pkg. PREMIUM
for millions of dollars
every year Just because of BONELESS ,
false notion, largely sexual lfWT.r.r IOO
In origin that still fetter Americana. CANNED

J7// Green Stamps foods i 1
And college graduates are .. ,.. ,
1 M*All CMM* 4 <* d hSwlfft
hardly any more Immune than Premium Bontltis Canned HAMS
grammar school graduates! llama ;
So get hepI I Aunt Jemima FrozenWAFFLES

The womb is not primarilya ....5-lb..... W.con.... ..53.99... 5. sues. GREEN !
sex organ anyway so It E] VVVVVOVOOVVVVVVUU STAMPS '
makes little difference whether 399
it stops l IU monthly cycleat --",--
the surgery age of(hysterectomy 45 or Is removedby ). !SO FREE: '50 3 pkgi.'-01. $1. can t

That ii, It makes little difference J1I plus 100 ,rue .
Stamps extra fees /
worship It UNLESS and then you believe women the 1 .,.MI5_rN..4..0,...., Chef Boy-ar-Dee's 4 (

false notion that you cannot be VISTA CAR WAX sumps .
physically attractive when It 10-os. sise 51.39 Pizza win Sausage
is no longer functioning. .. rte.50' .. BREAKFAST
Nancy like many other pa. 8oooooo000000 OOOOO'\\w] 131 -os. 69 i
tients of her age. thinks she is pkg. CLUB
NOT sexually appealing.

like BUT to be.SHE would very much J1I Green Stamps "

So she "projects" her own 1 c.IN.4..0..011 I PUBII5
subconscious wishes for "af
fairs" upon her innocent hus JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT /.axt.1 aA
46-ot. size 51.49
band. .....
"She doth protest too Than WN.. I. IMII rt;
much" would I be Shake OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO tall 1 Oc M
speare's diagnosis. PRICES can II II
"It takes a thief to catch a
thief" runs an old adage that !50mlfW Am50 EFFECTIVE
is also approprite here, for
MON., TUES., WED Limit 6 per
Jealous mates are often guilty Green !

themselves! 1.11 .I**>l|_M. FEB. 3, 4, 5, 1964 customer w/
If not In actual fact, at leastin purchasesof
their thoughts! BEE CHUNK stampJ PENNY $3. or ;'
So send for my booklet 3 !flat
... more
Menopausal Complexes of ( lrw WN. r SAVER
Men and Women" enclosinga .Pa
long stamped, return envelope WASH DAY Swift's Premium Sizzla-ScoledSPECIAL
plus 20c. Pure Beef Franks S9
Both sexes are vulnerableat 50 UU FREE VV5O lb.
Nancy's age
(Always write to Dr. Cranein J1I Green Stamps Swifts Premium Chunk Style
care of this newspaper enclosing I .*Alt, .... detergent
W.M4 eftIORDEN'S BraunschweigcrLight 39
a long stamped addressed lb.
envelope and 20c to INSTANT COFFEE

cover when typing you send and for printing one of costs his r:;:, ....9-oi.,.. w..(jor... ..51.23... .. a.., L : Flavorful Cheese

booklets) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO rraux 39c Swiss Gruyere 6 ok9';:: 43'yf


Carolina Today la,1 Green Stamps limit I per customer All Lakeland Stores Openat
I wA"".cw.N wludw.h 8:30 A.M.
MISENHEIMER. N.C. (AP)|I Chef Boy-Ar-Dse Plus With Sausage w/purchases I fof +
-Former Vice President Rich-) 13'/2-01. pkg. 69c
....... ,... $3, 916 N. Mass Are. +
ard M. Nixon on a "strictlynonpolitical" | :: : 'b hR 4 r: ronco thin i ior
trip to Car- iIBO5O9150
QOOOOOOOOOO more 1065 S. Fla. Ave.
olina speaks on foreign affairs] OOOOOO spaghetti ;M A R K t T s
today at Pfeiffer College.
Grove Park
Nixon who flew to Greensboro ) S.e. .i
2 'is 39
Sunday from New York Southgate Shopping Center
took 23 minutes to move
through a large crowd tat met J1I Green Stamps

him at the airport. he didn't, I .I**l,CWM*.<,.,dlH.h riceland rice
He told newsmen ronco elbow pompeian swiftls meats
expect to be A candidate for the YUBAN INSTANT COFFEE
Republican presidential nomi- '-01. jar, $1.39 olive oil for babies tender long-grained
nation, but reiterated that he rMiivl; c..*>n. Wt*.. r.... I. IM4 r..;:::, spaghetti
would do "whatever Is necessary : tb.ak I .
to help select the strong OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ 2 1: :... 39-' 23' 3 :::;. 79' lies i- 31'
est candidate and to elect him."


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\ f: John L Chiselbrook; Oratorical fa Sn Jahland

I Encaged To Ocala Miss Contest Set &1!

3tbdJ Of' Lakeland Saw ;
OCALA-Mr. and Mn Ray. For Studentsmui.Bc.KK Bossings

mend E. Umbaugh have announced

their daughter the ,engapement Sandra Lee, of to L -- rum County Crisis In Making

I John Lanier Chiselbrook of competition for the Amer. 8 LAKELAND LEDGER, Monday, Feb. 1, 1.,4 Panama
lon national
1 Legion's annual -
Lakeland, son of Mr. and Mrs. -

waha Fred W.and Chiselbrook grandson of of Mr Okla.and oratorical Friday, Feb.contest 21, at 7 will:30 p.m be By LUCIA MYEVMr. This exploration had been done In advance

Mrs A C. of Lakeland at the American Legion HomeIn and Mrs. E, W. Bossing. /'ho fl'l"l11el during a sabbatical year They journeyed
Mulberry, Anton Dudek taught In Panama saw the W &rlll crocs the country to California stopping

The couple will exchangevows f county contest chairman, an coming, more than 30 years a' long the way to test out homelike spots.
March UatSt form's fj nounced. At their home In a trailer v tI\"nltY ott Toward the end of the tour they came to
on (j
Florida. This they decided would be their
Lutheran Church here The Legion home Is one Tyler Avenue they reminisced

A 1961 graduate of Ocala mile north of Mulberry on recently about their experiences future\ home

High School, Miss Umbaugh I II .l'l Hwy 37, Lakeland-Mulberry In a small Panama Among the reasons for their choice the

a Junior at Stetson University G.> );i :. Road. town, David, near the Coata equable climate, the comparatively moderate

where the Is vice president of According to Mr. Dudek, a Rican border. .0 cost of living the fact that trailers were more

Phi Mu social sorority, member number of students! this area "On a person to penon welcome here than in some other areas.
of Beta Beta Beta biology will participate In the 27th basis we found friendliness in When they returned to Florida several

honorary fraternity and Miss annual competition. Last year, FIt Panama. But In the back years later they had not picked the exacts

Hatter Court of 1962. She has 360,000 students from the SO ground there was snti-U. S. Ot to park their trailer. But friends in Lakeland -

served on the Women's Council states spoke in the contest, sentiment. And sometimes it urged them to come and look. They

Student Government Association he said. { rt was so close to the surface Promptly settled here
and was cochairman Students wishing to enter Y that it came out even In our 'Their trailer home almost hidden by pa-

of 1963 Parents' weekend MISS SANDRA, UMBAUGH the contest are to prepare a conversations with friends," M1tZg, jhlf@R5 Payas, tall poinsettias and a jacaranda tree

Mr Chiselbrook is a I960 speech on some part of the Mr. Bossing said. has been enlarged to Include a Florida room

graduate of Lakeland High i member of (Ve varsity' swimming United States Constitution lastIng "The problem has grown \it Ot faclo' with aD electric organ. There's thread of

School He attended Wake team ind Alpha' kappa not less than eight minutes within Panama iUelf-the str\u%le Vttweeo music through their lives. Some years ago

Forest College where he majored Psl fraternlijT, Jj is employed and not more than 10. In cities the 'haves' and the 'have-noun Of tOIl(*, Mr. Boning, to get more exercise took up ,

In biology and Lakelam_ having more than one high our government and the U. I, \t\t doing square dancing He studied It in the West
--- ->n school, run-offs will be con business there have to deal wile( the people l and in \the Kentucky mountains. Result: He

aOUL ducted and a student chosento in power. And often those pile I I hove exploited and his wife wrote a "Handbook of Square r

W4 'SJwW ? represent one school In each Y the masses Therefore \jA M" *,*s Dancing" which Includes the waltz quadrillethat

area, Mr. Dudek said. tend to Identify the United Sl\\ whit their he himself worked out to the music of

I f. The county winner Is to be exploiters," he added. "Home. on the Range."

Good Conversation No chosen Feb. 21, and will compete Long In Making The Bossings are active In the Lake

in the district contest "Even children in klndergSKA Were ,I). Region Unitarian Fellowship. And on Sunday

Problem I If You Usten March 20 at Daytona Beach. sorbing that attitude toward the M\f States evenings she plays the piano and sings solos
A national contest will be held when we were in Panama from j 1626 yf i0ij.*' for the religious services In the trailer com

later at which time studentswill he said. "The present situatl ,A h.,# beep ntunity
By JOSEPHINE LOWM\NIt you meet ll iri Begin your make a speech without building up for a long time. I o .

a woman is Interested In next conveH ( with them notes Four winners will be "When we returned. I rflfopOut So
the world about her, If she is by asking about some of these selected, the first receiving a speeches largely to clubs and VV>|< lrt the Island

enthusiastic about life and things. 4,000 scholarship the second Chicago area. I pointed out the Vv) spat\> I British Isles every two years" was

I truly interested In others, and 5. If someone\ new to you 12,500 scholarship the third saw down there. But people d'y' hat a*ain to the goal set by Mr. and Mrs. Eric Murray

P.t has a sense of humor, she take your cle, from your surroundings. 11.000 scholarship and fourth t hear that viewpoint." when they went abroad In 1954 This Is the

If ,will probably tv is always $500 scholarship. T The Bossings have been bark\ \fl f e n u i<1* year for their sixth trip and they plan to

have no con. something pleasant, to say only once since then. Two \/, *,ga ct\ make It on schedule time. They already have

I versation problems about the blac/ you may be cruise around the world they 1II.'t 1 ashore their ship reservations for July.
In. Fall bacK o>\ the weather MRS. JOHN WAYNE: GODBOLD when their ship paused there % fa till'| Each time they like to Include some spot
However this .4 only as a l last resort and Of through the Canal. In those 'feJ" fit) is W>. which was not on their previous Itinerary.

does not necessarily then try t<) give it a twist Subject Bossing hunted up an old frleflyJ' j4 yeah This year they hope it will be the Shetland

follow. [I with something" If you read PTA PanelA Ida Bennett Is Bride before and they had a cordial /\jVi.As Islands In their "Island collecting they

.1', Many women your newspaper you can always educational missionaries 'h f\ OItl by the' have already Visited Iona, known as the holy
who have thesec start the conversation Methodist Church the BossiflU ft!lent: two Island, where St. Columba rooted a little
haracteristlcs by saying, 'plrf you read panel discussion on "Ab- Of John Wayne GodboldMiss years in Bolivia and two years '\ Liens\ before branch of Christianity about UOO years ago.
are shy just about-so 'b<* s"?" .enl !lmthe! School Program" going to Panama. Their son, \\ I" ncv a .

the same. Also, 6. Try t" d'',cov r what the Kathleen will be Senior conducted at Ida Tina Bennett became The bride Is the sister of chemist with an aircraft conflow jrt C.U.

all of us C I MISS LOWMANquality others are interested In and School Parent-Teacher Association High the bride of John Wayne Mrs. James Corbitt and before fornia was born in Bolivia. lytf fyUght/r, Planting Pines
improve t h e about her now living In Traverse City MI IV, y'a bornin
talk UBt.Avoid marriage made her
of our conversation if meeting tomorrow at Godbold yesterday afternoonat home Peru. One of the compelling re\ 0ti' for Hibiscus circle of the Garden Club of Lakeland .
with Mr Mrs
we would remember a few Arloments 7:30: pm.. in the school cafe- Central Avenue Baptist bitt at 1218 W. and tier chell Cor-St. their return from the mission |(t t4| \,* to has started 60 pine seedlings growing in

things. 7. Do nit 1 b* too serious tor Panelists ium will be Mrs Sue Church in a ceremony per The bridegroom it the son of provide schooling for their ch/i\re'l |In the Saddle Creek Park as one of Its first projectsof
1. Don't use stock phrases and never bP argumentative. United States. 1964.
McMillan formed by the pastor, the Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Godbold
over and over again such as, Sometimes jl! \\t fun and rewarding counselor at Lake 1919 W Oak Hill.A Chose Lakeland Csret/ly Four members who met at the park recently
"That's swell," "you said It," when Prong a few land Senior High School, mod Rev. B. G. Brown. musical After 28 years of physics tetphink( ) (h. the to set out the seedlings were Mrs. James
program was
wonderful" or tat subject erator; Dr C. H. Benefield, pre- Tl.on, civics chairman of the circle Mrs.
"how simply close friend to a sented by Mrs Brown, organist Chicago public school system Mi'( ftotstft :
It!" it it parent; J. G. Morrow, Kath LakelandersAre Herbert S. Starr. Mrs. James Hunt and Mrs. 'tYr
"you don't mean about until you> till or and Mr. Tullis, Soloist retired to Florida in 1957.
leen Senior
2. Most Important, don't kills you, but if\t\ it not for High School prin- To find their retirement horne $0s,lng| A. L. Brown. They obtained the young trees

interrupt others. The most casual social talk. jCipal school: and Robert Hinder, Attending Brother Gives Bride traveled 28,000 miles In 14 monljy/\ 10 a trsllet', from the Florida Forest Service.I .
guidance counselor.
popular conversationalist are 8. Be vtrV cagey if the Mrs Harold The bride's brother, James -
the best listeners. There is question of bc'il' f or religion Council Grizzard, Yolk Women's Forum Bennett, gave her in mar WM Society
County of PTA area DATE BOOK
nothing more flattering than occurs: elte\! tan, get hot coordinator will riage. She wort a formal
showing Interest and being interested very quickly. Vcu must know speak brief Mrs L. Roy McDaniel end gown of embossed Satin designed Meeting Is

In what another per the others v,toy Veil to have ly on Founders' Day.A Mrs Earl Toole are in Wash- and made by Mrs Fred ;Jjdj
nominating committeewill 9D Jj rJ1/.ulinq
loved Jackson. Her Illusion veil
will be was
son says. You this happy stiq It good ta'te.Montaigne present a slate of officers ington attending the 1964 ScheduledWoman's
for such remarks a.. caught to a crown of pearls
forever I I
/rot%, "The most for the 1964-65 school year at Women's Forum on National
to and she carried white carnations .
"What were you going natural TODAY' ) \ aylt0lpe Lodvi'u Airport otta1y Missionary Society
profitable ai4 ftiost the next meeting. i
say?" or "Please finish yourstory" Security today through Wednesday atop a white $ible. OPTIMIST CLUB Of LAKILAND' "l PhInM OKO.(X MhNO: brelu of
Mind Is Edgewood Baptist
exercise for Ar con /a p m ( Crfot ReiUurantKATMLMM c [ O
else has which its Mrs. Ronnie DuBois was ..
alter someone has as COURT ft OHM .t \ C.A.t Rel
versation. To v, it 1* a more \ tl ,. 111/ Church will meet tonight at
: speaker.Speak matron of honor in a street- Of AWHAMTH S PB. t KkUllM
Interrupted\ 'Young Sprouts'Meet To the Worn-
agreeable vWettor(: : thun theme "Repor\ \ I..t Ci 7U: o'clock at the church In
MUNio\ rMwiiti.rA ;
length dress of pink silk organza *( l'''OS. a TQ4/4reWI. aaerN
Clearly any other IH life," Wednesday Pen Her accessories were pm it Llkrl.nd litl N.iwyur.r., 101mnUnmr CtJ/I' PO I-:": dlns: R Clvfi aL'.otArt .. the fellowship hall. Mrs Joan "
3 Speak clearly. If you It should t>/Q! reeflble, and Both are representing the matching and she carried a N.k'1n WNA"ao"IO L 0 D. '. : l/tlPUcArr Gettmgs president will preside

mumble or speak too softlyit It can be agreeable but It Can After School"Young American Legion Auxiliaryat nosegay of pink rosebuds. .ul.r .o..munlr.llon... IM and P. ...n".od*.*. 0'1. :: l[O t ICUTlve nu Prt'tea 755I .
1\\ l'r".1.
is a strain for others who also be murderTomorrows 1MB Uuonlc Tempi. i .. The program "The Chaplain -
Best jl.u' ?
the forum, to which 17 Man '
c men
ceSaP ens
understand 'Mot/ Talking par- TUSSOAVLAKSLAND ) li Po rife "
are trying you. "'( and His Work, will be ,
After a while they will decide Enough Is /A M As Talk Sprouts" Junior 1 ticipating organizations are Everett The bridegroom'Godbold was brother best, *m *t l..k.l.nd HIDOI Wom.n'CLUt.. Club t:JO \P( p Wawa A 10'$ ':;:'':; toe:... under the direction of Mrs.
Garden Club
that the struggle is not worth ing Too Mutl" of the Garden sending delegates from each L AK 5 L AN O TOAt TMAtTlll*' \rA/lhS4Ma/ t5'T55 SRI CtUs. s Gettmgs. Others participate
Ushers another I
Club of man were CLUB 7 P'" .1 M rchHI Ito..u. ,
Lakeland. Inc.
while and will lose interest In Booklets "/ IIKt>'le through will state. brother Jim Godbold and rLAKILrHon. In'.d mss.....join. en *04,55l453.. "bo.r' dermas a. ing will be Mrs Mabel Wells t
meet Wednesday at 3:30 APT CLU. % rol- .
: "
your conversation Josephine lj\rfl."'s WHY at the Garden Center. p.m. Mrs McDaniel, national security Gene Ralford of Bartow. or clua >i 5 M a.. n ammwtrft- 1.P.MO CM/I ITtR' alt. ORD.R Mrs. O. E. Loadholtes, Mrs.
4. Remember what others GROW OLD> oltmn Include chairman of the local At a reception honoring the !hNTANe: .*5v.e"7115. 5 pee. a, W. C. Bauder, Miss Elsie
This I
say when you talk with them "Eight-Wseg)l $yt.Improvement group, composed of American Legion Auxiliary, newlyweds, the brjde'i book ; Cox, Mrs. Eleanor Lewis and
what are Interested junior high school students, Religious Groups'Meeting rue.f Mrs. R W. .
and they MaralKA' "Nine. Day has elected officers said the purpose of the forum was kept by Mrs Christine I Jenkins.McDilda
In. This gives you a wonder Reducing Die "Trick and as will be to inform women on Tidwell. Others agitating in I ::: :/", 950 IDYeeMOOe
ful springboard the next time follows: Rebecca Kramer, Calendarhelplul .t nom. of Mr. .........
Treat Diet, 1\ibby Hubby president, Dorothy I Doyle, vice the many aspects of national the hospitalities Included Mrs. h r Pp. t \ CIL.Yr DrIN.' Home
Diet" and "VV ?ust." Senda president; Debbie LaLonde, security. Mrs. Toole Is con Leon Jowers, Mrs. Everett:: wroussSaY'tiI'h ",
self-addree5Cd, stamped envelope sultant for the national de- Godbold and Miss Patty Poe ice DAYa .
Steinway eat.A .101t
secretary: and Kathy Me sick, lion .. a moment Isnd Meeting
and l fense ,
| septa for each committee. Hornsby wonttlp any hour el Ilia ," NO % ItT Cly.. "'
treasurer. dar of miht, piaj e aill.. /# : ..: :.I: ;
Chick ring booklet to Jv pfi( <* LowmaaIn According to the Lakeland The newlyweds will live at "
care of Th< Ulger. Nearly The program will be a delegate nearly 1,000 delegates 208 Marveline Cr. The bride TODAY 04roellisni. :.P.L tIn. ;Ili Delta Gamma chapter of
... ..1
flower ,.
Wurlitzer Ion free lesH U are offered, mechanics arranging and workshop elementary on from all parts of the will continue working at Mar "PO.TOLIC l. s{.slut S m 5 at 0 e MDwI.0 L51,0t 11111535 1osn't .1. .u "'IiSl: Beta Sigma Phi sorority will

too. Watch (\. column for nation will be addressed by tin Drug Inc. The bridegroom '""ftiTHTuT'MasiAN' IS"h: po"r.1t :'ItutrucUOn 7 30.5 1 30 meet tonight at 8 o'clock at
Pianos title of leaflet which may t* design led by Mrs. Charles leading authorities on nation Is employed at Winn-Dixie: in teacheri Aid .llc.r.lund.yrhool meetIDI "Iil\l\ irtl ''f"" '.d1'hIPyV.UoA bWldlpa.i the home of Mrs Charles MoDilda
C Cook chairman, assisted
of help to ,. .. ..,, al security problems. Tampa. ( 7>AUL 10 pm LWTNIRAN church i,{YORrPN Ot/r* 0.Ds oDD 510 Hillside Drive
you.Delta/ e
V r M M. P rtl<( > ll and bold l 'tmv0. P M. .. DAY Ifall W
Hammond :' meeting e.t 7 pmt b ard M /, The program. "Express
Mrs: F: R: Clayton, 1 a IA b 't? /t0 SIaTRN000. "
eiiSlirmLun1>ft M AH. SuDdirrhool Geti/1AlR Yourself will be given by
Organs ftetas Members are to. bring containers > > >I d"tw, '''' .' 't": .. .of Harold Had meellni Stuart Tom S p n ,Coilln home ;l'' n r i'WJdrs. ; and needlepoints for l i'lr i"uowf oecuwD 5 Robert
RVi t i o.5i Heunisch.
< ''.T f>ms vTsriAN.. S g a d.pMIeaT p /: & a
Soles end Service Will making arrangements, also s Vf APT.. STUAroihO m hoedM.el..1 "'A'flfAu. e..".,.... OAUOM Mrs. Herbert Roller will assist
MeetDelta plant materials, if available. VVsc S la pm. In D, H. 6151chsprl the hostess.
Garden club members supply The. .Rev_ Thomaa R Jto.. 1IInR",1 iO fajI" semis Clubs INsrdI ,

rillrHONI COLLECT Bets Chobter\ of Beta flowers and foliage for those .f.y JreNT5." AVCMUt "APTHT.Woman P f 1 55 5 t :oi5DCou5tii
Tampa 223-4611 Sigma Phi Sofority will meet who do not have materials All .".... I Mluloiwrf Union 1 M :.sJt"'dl>a/a Ind su.111.ry 00 Highland City
tonight at % o'clock: at the junior high students are wel TUItDAVAPOSTOLIC { 19'10 Pm, ; PTA To Meet
home of Mrs. fed Golden 616 lists pCHOOL. 1392 9 ul Air1 t. ilpPlpw111 01100 o< Arthur Smith come. I. Memorial sled nlifil, clMeM .{ ''IV ...I' "
Carlton St. Refreshments will be served > foMWUNITV. IIILI CLA'S. T 30 Highland City ParentTeacher
Music Co. Mrs. J. S. Sltn"er! will present by Gladiolus circle. P m .l home ol Mr.. Hallla Miller.VJS Association will meet tomorrow

106 '. Trlw Si. T.*... a progi>,' Qrt "Express:; ..M Johneon.VSNTH.DAY. ADVSNTIST Wet- rQY LadyMeefings at 7.30:: p.m. at the
fire .ocl." 10 a m a. H"i N.
FNA Dinner ) Iowa FIHIT Mrs rRaSsTTS51AN M.rr Hin.ln I'"a school auditorium.A .
elb1O m mod.nlG. lw4 a l 10 I m. In day pageant.
ohu.oh .'....Ior "Guard Well Thy Trust," will
Meet Is In CNma LUT"IRA", fhlldr lM r4 Resume
PLAN NOW TO ATTEND : confirm* Ion rl 1"1' 4 W bam be presented by members of
., > of tbs Bey W J 4.
Plant CityDistrict M.r"'a "..t adult Inlor tn.i Ion I"- the faculty and parents
lu'. 7 : D m VFW HNIsT. 'ray Lfdie of Lakeland-
's PAUL (8T feMAN. Luth.r.a.hop
un Wo..n.. .Lo.n., .u. work. !ilJibePly chapter' American
5th Annual 12, Florida Nurses "" 10 Am lo 3 30 p m 11C, as, will| resume their for Th. Fit I Is B....t r
the Diurifninti Women
Association will have din w.eNtseavaposoLic
a CMOOl rb fw In o A t M I y meetings
IIILI |3HMemorial
ner meeting tonight at 7 I. Blvd. pith atCti'lllCTIAN 'V/" ,,6J'I at (MO a.m. at the VISITEVERETT
o'clock at Longhorn's Restaurant / & OLIVE
CrusadeJIM PUtlNIt MIN> Rq\ CpOt5 chapter: house, 302
In Plant City COMMlTTIt. noon ai Croei JIM'.n' .,* HePk f rarnrrleli Drive Mrs BEAUTY SALONrmontitl

Dr. Arnold Spanjers will .V r*,.'".., .CN..T''N, .**''llllrMCHpTlCT "\1"Arlt 5enrt. airman, has .V..TT M. RIsce ,..,.
tt 7 .10 o m
speak on "Cobolt Therapy. tUTMInAN. !." BcOui 5M/10uo1C/( : td.ill .. $750
The public health nurses Troop 70S :meeu. '..r 7R.hObl T" a lrJorttiweel / Cfay Ladleand others Complete. -...from nonm
JIM Your \
section will be hostesses. IIRS.Wd.PR55., JO5AN. p..wrt > Tkun. pre .>.. ky ...L
i\teteated in Fed Cross
ad 'w Church ,. eulon p m.' .n and teD"cI rUO:.o'I. '00"":.: I It\J$te4 to a!tend. are 1033 S. Fl. AM. MU 6-5991

ROSE Choir Sixth Bridge "

GREEN In Session SlatedThe : t

,<< Evangelistic
ShiVers '4 'w Invited women's bridge tournament MeetingTHIS
sponsored by St. Jos
and to eph's Mothers' Club will meet

for its sixth session Tuesday 'eFk4
Musicians po5ticipaf/
night. NIGHTLY
Hostesses will be Mrs William
10:30 7:30
Ross, Mrs Joseph Can- '

A.M. d P.M, dolfo Mrs. Melva Smith Mrs.C. ." .'
Logan Mrs Albert Weiss, : "" WEEK

Mrs. John O'Reilly. Mrs. Eva ..
Donnan Mrs L. Proctor. Miss ... ...>

REV. LAWRENCE B. HICKS Jeanne Hart Mrs. A. Patterson ". Through

Mrs. T. Williams and raw-IT.

Mrs Robert Perron.lJiJdhL.


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SERVICES MORNING AND NIGHT February ) 9, 1964 7:30 P.M.Robert
Mr. and Mrs Bill Cannonof

Sherman Oaks Calif., announce . Lecclioiit
the birth of a daughter

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Tracy Melene Jan. 31. SAHARA SHORTS SHIRT A cassock inspired by a Jackson, Evangelist
Grandparents are Mr. and Sahara desert uniform of gold-yellow shantung cotton worn
t. C... nth A... 6- nth St., W. ."/*,,**. florid Mrs. Melvin Steinkamp, 1038S. with short shorts of the same fabric and a rustic boatshapedstraw lake Wire Church of Christ

New York Ave., and Dr. hat is a creation of the Lancetti fashion house of Rome.
SUNDAY, FEI. fth Services held in the Cr> >vdit rlum and Mrs. Francis Cannon ofLeorninster The sports ensemble was presented at the Florence show of Lake Wire Drive at Oak Street

Mass Italian spring and summer fashions. (AP Wirephoto)
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Monday, Feb. J. IBM 7 '

LAKELAND LEDGER. f/iJ.I : : 'iAnJ /fjiJt
l'' 'Its ,
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The Worry Clinic "." : : : l tdhXTlIfit\ i& rempeti, lf.t\, 'Mi, .i "

Woman, Says .

Her Husband


R-ITSt Nancy D., aged
44, it now In a mental hospital -
"My husband it unfaithful"
she keeps telling her doctors
"He runt around with every xw.I
waitress he meets.
And ha has no use for me. '
All he can think about Is
young girls about half his age
"As fast as he finishes with I
one affair he starts another. ,, j IIItl
He should be locked up." +

ACTUALLY Nancy's husband M I IPei
I Is NOT running around
with other women!
He is an honorable businessman
and active in the Boy
Scouts. He alsois
a deacon in
his church.So .
why do
'1 you think Nancy .
It falsely accuses
him of CRISP Very Fine
escapades -
and constant u RED YORK
?unfaithfulness Apple Sauce 2 r. 25C

Well, this Is1
common at. DR CRANE I Florida Punch, Grape, Orange, Pineapple-Orange

woman tltude in of the a menopause. p r kt Hi-C Drinks 3 4: ::. *l.Lots

It Illustrates what we call t ; ; .
"projection" upon the other St 4 Ii. bag
spouse of one's own secret at.
titude. of Cleaning PowerComet

For Nancy feels she Is now
on the shelf. Her womb was Cleanser .1.9; 10C
removed by surgery because 39c
of fibroids
So she imagines she Is below -
par sexually i&P Dillcloui

tive"I can't to my possibly husband be attrac anymore Sliced Beets . .. .... ::2 10
," Is the furtive thoughtof H
millions of women who Mrs lill'i StrtwbtrryPreserves

reach This the Is medically menopause and psychologically LIMIT 2 . . .1 I.:a. 25LII.'a -

a false notion.
But as long as deluded women .12.45.
still worship their womb BREAKFAST Beef . . c n 30.-
and enshrine It as the main 'II"
barometer of their physical IOOO -;' lrIA 1o1O0J,1 CLUB Pllliburf's

charm, we doctors will still be >.Ieeirti. Pancake Flour 35PiII.bury' -
forced to treat neurotic and k=> Green Stamps! dairy sl . ; ::
even psychotic females!IIf <= .
4A _
CW fit ttmfcn*(fa !
Nancy had sent for some ONE A-DAY MULTIPLE VITAMINS Delicious OLEO
of the booklets offered via
100 ct. size $2.94
this avoided column entrance she Into could a mental have ... I'. WN" r... .. IN./ r::;:, DANISH ROLLS


patients ideas For! most are of victims these of mental false irREE; uu IOO 9t P.-::. 29 1 1 Oc .raaaaea PU UX ,i

Jftl Green Stamps Betty Crocker Whit or Fudge
DR. MENMNGER has stated .
I H*All twim v>4 vditM.liSQUIBB'S !
that the heaviest drain on MINERAL OIL
our state budgets Is for the
pint size 79c
of institutions for
support r:;:, Iasi I Vl4" Mk. .. IM4JTf > SWIFT'S
mental cases! r::;:, 14-o:. Q .
So you taxpayers are "QQQQQQgQQQQQQQQ100VU pkg. 97frozen PREMIUM ,
.tuck" for millions of dollars

every year just because of ; ..,_ BONELESS '
false notions, largely sexual FREE IOOI
In origin that still fetter Amer. CANNED
i t leans Green Stamps! foods J chl
And college graduates are
I rilfc Alt CMMK." | hardly any more immune than Swifri Premium, Boneless Conned HAMSFROSTING
[ grammar So get hep school! graduates! .Ha", Aunt Jemima FrozenWAFFLES

The womb is not primarily ."IOi 5-lb.,.. w.can... r o$3.99.. a. 4 55 4, GREEN +
a sex organ anyway so it 8 VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVUVSO S STAMPS
makes little difference whether K $.Ib. $399
it stops Its monthly cycleat
the of 45 or Is removedby 9-01.
surgery age (hysterectomy). UUU FREE UUU SIrA" 3 pkgs. $1. I

That is, It makes little dif plus 100
ference UNLESS you women Green Stamps extra tree '
worship It and then believe the with All 54..5,4wd.p.1. Chef BoyarDce'sPizza 4'i ,
false notion that you cannot be VISTA CAR WAXEJ Green ./ 1 y
physically attractive when It 10-ox. alai $1.39 with Sausage
is no longer functioning. IS. I lrM W.<< 5.5. e. I..., BREAKFAST
Nancy like many other patients OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO IrUUX 1 13'1a.ol.
of her age thinks she is pkg. 69 CLUB
NOT sexually appealing.
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BUT SHE would very much
like to be. Green Stamps

So she "projects" her own IrA" .14 All posh..4.wdlW*.", ; ,
subconscious wishes for "af E1
fairs" upon her Innocent husband GLO-COAT
46-of. also $1.49r5owl5o
"She doth protest too lIul... w..... ,.... .. IM4, rww;; _
much," would I be Shakespeare' oooooooooooooooooo tall
diagnosis. 5 II II
"It takes a thief to catch a ; can
thief." runs an old adage thatis EFFECTIVE
also approprite here for
jealous mates are often guil J" Green MON., TUES., WED. Limit 6 per /

ty themselves! Nth this_. FEB. 3, 4, S, 1964 customer wpurchase /
If not In actual fact, at least :
in their thoughts! BUMBLE BEE CHUNK stampJ PENNY of $3, or /
So send for booklet 3 Hot I
Menopausal Complexes my of r:;:, *.. ! ft ( SAVER .
enclosing iWUnnnrin( A AA A A -
Men and Women .
a long stamped return envelope WASH DAYSPECIAL Swift's Premium Siixle-Seolcd
plus 20c Beef Franks 59-'
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Both Nancy'sagelAlw.y.sexes !are vulnerableat !50me FREE; OO50 lb.

( write to Dr. Crane J7/; Green Stamps! Swift's Premium Chunk Style

in care of this newspaper, enclosing I -A. Alt" _**.,<,". a long stamped addressed BraunschwcigcrLight . lb.
envelope and 20c to INSTANT COFFEE
cover typing and printing costs 9-01. |jot $1.23 Flavorful Cheese
when you send for one of his r MAIL: IIicirM WM< r>.. S. IM4I r:1::

booklets.) ?QOOOOOOooooooooo gt, 39c Swiss Gruyere 6 Pk9.: 43pkg -


Carolina Today J7/ Green Stamps All Lakeland Stores Open

[ I .....this 5r...4............. limit 1 per customer I at 8:30 A.M.
MISENHEIMER N.C (AP)|I Chef 8..Ar-D.. Pizza With Sausage wpurchasesof
I President Rich| .
-Former Vice 13'/a-oz pkg. 69c
lard M. Nixon on a "s'rictly'nonpolitical" :: : <.>*4rn <*". ft*. .. IM4I $3, ronco thinspaghetti j 916 N. Mast. Ave.
trip to North Carolina ( MAd I
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ or more 1065 S. Fla. Av.
speaks on foreign affairs) ;M MARK
[today at Pfeiffer College. Grove Park Shopping Center
| Nixon, who Hew to Greensboro 12'01. Slb Pi
|l Sunday from New York, 50'W"501c,1 2 pkge. 39t. ss Southgare Shopping Center'Q
took 25 minutes to move
[through a large crowd met ; Green Stamps!
)im at the airport. ,
. !
j He told newsmen he didn't ronco elbow pompeian swift's meats
'Republican presidential nomination 9-os. jar, $1.39 olive oil for babies tender long-graaned
but reiterated that he rmn: ,, Invlnt w.4. ..*. .. ..... r;:;:::, spaghetti j
would do "whatever Is necessary 2 'Ib.
to help select the strong OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ 2 '239'. 4.01.1111 23f 3 ;;?. 79' si.e: 31-
rst candidate and to elect him."



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By TED SMITS the crosscountry In 50 minutes, the IS kilometers after previously -

Associated Press Sports Editor 58.6 seconds for 469.20 points winning the 30 kilometers.
John Bower of Auburn. Maine! His victory brought Finland's J

INNSBRUCK Austria (AP- had the ninth best cross-countrj total of medals to five second I Monday, Feb. I, INt

'I' Plucky Jean Saubert of Lake- time with 52284: but finished only to Russia

view. Ore., added a silver medalto 15th in the final combined standings Harald Groenningen of Nor-

her earlier bronze with a with 40378 points. way was second in the 15 kilo flU CHIt AND IROTHIRS-form.r Lokoloiiol fin efci.f; V. T RIi.or.ort' eor.....

flashing run In the women's giant Jim Shea was 27th with 348.76 metes and Staten Jernberg of / end hit ._...,. Arthur, hit, ...i Frod, 54 .,.,ks while floMnf I I. s eonol 25 ", II.. woof of

slalom ski race and young points after racing the cross Sweden third. v.,. Bootcli. Nor* .f the ....cks "'.Ish." IM tk. .n two ""' ".... Th., wor Hiinf Mlnowrl mlnnowu

Yank figure skaters got off to country In 83:04.2. The third In the lone Alpine event Arthur I* from Colwmbui. Ohio, end fnt, Is from Akron, Ohio. Upstart Georgia
t a strong start Monday In the US. entry Jim Page of Lake Francois Bonlieu 27-year-old I

United States' brightest day In Placid, N.Y., scratched because mountain guide from Chamonlx FISHING-HUNTING *' 1{

the ninth Winter Olympic of an attack of influenza. France, captured the men's giant : Thrillers

I Games. slalom. France Is third in
FourthIn n
l Miss Saubert. 21-year-old Oregon Allen the medal race with four. Art Of Catching Faces WildcatsBy
the of the men's
f State coed broke the monop- start figure Kark Schranz took the lead In

oly of France's brilliant Alpine skating competition at the the standings for the Alpine Mark NBA

sister team by tying Christine Ice Stadium Scotty Allen, the combined world championship i BOB GREEN vowing the top ten. No. 8 Vil

Coitschel for second a fraction 15-year-old schoolboy national being awarded for the first time Tarpon On JumpsiJ Associated Press Sports Writer lanova took high-.corlng Detroit

of a second behind Chris- champion from Smoke Rise by the International Ski Federation Adolph Rupp doesn't much 79-70, No. 7 Wichita blasted

tine's sister Marielle the gold N.J., shot Into fourth place In the on the basis of Olympic performance Cage PlayA are far( cramped old Woodruff Marquette 10043 and Chicago

I medalist. first two of five compulsory fig By FRED W. JONESFishingHunting Hall In Athens, Ga. Never did. Loyola, bouncing back after dipping .

The winning time was 1 minute ures. The final three will be Editor At least not since Feb 13, 1931. to No. 10, beat Iowa 8571.

52.24 seconds. Jean and'skated Tuesday. Cloud Last Saturday afternoon we saw some of the best fishing Hollywood script writer That's the day he lost Ms first

Christine did 1:53.11. Monty Hoyt of Denver former Indian War movies we've seen in a long time-on TV The movies featured couldn't have improved on Sun- game as head coach of the Kentucky -

I. Jean's two medals are the'U.S. champion was ninth and Wins Mat FeatureIndian AI McClane and Joe Brooks day afternoon's National Basketball basketball team. It was at Jacobs Wins
Tommy LIU of Hershey, Pa., The two were fishing for tarpon with fly tackle down In
only ones collected so far by the War Cloud took the Association dramatics.The I Woodruff Hall. And home-stand
who shines in free skating was the Florida Keys, at the end of the Bahia Honda
U.S. team. The Soviet Union, on measure of paleface Paul Adam Bridge. day's three-act tableau ing Georgia, (hen as now, was a

the other hand, is making a 15th Manfred Schnelldorfer of Ger- in one of the feature events of Since this hustling was a down national this program way! it should bring many fishermen promised plenty of action beforeit defensive club. Georgia won ,Golf Classic '

team runaway of the Games, wrestling card at the 2518.
Saturday's opened, matching contenders
assumed the lead with interested in the deal
However we were because the
many men
with a total of 15-six gold five National Guard Armory. in the league's Eastern and Chances are that the score
silver and four bronze 3630 points In the first fall Adam was dis- were fishing one of our old favorite fishing grounds-with Western divisions in "position will be higher than that tonight PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP)
Hoyt's score was 3216 and our old favorite type of fishing tackle-and one of the fisher-I
The Russians picked up another qualified for choking War Cloud play." When the final curtain: when Rupp again takes his -Tommy Jacobs getting a lit
Nordic Site had a total of 306.3. men, Joe Brooks, i III a long time friend and sometimes fishing Wildcats into Woodruff Hall- tle bolder and
In the
silver combined and in the second fall War Cloud'mlshed fell nobody was disappointed Jimmy Demaret
the only other final of the Four of Russia's gold medalsa matters with his "bow partner. I The cast came up with climactic he once vowed he never would U getting a little older. Which is

day, with the gold going to Tor- record number for one com- and arrow" hold. The show brought out many of the good features of fishing fireworks In each episode. again-but it's likely to be a not only a rhyme but a reason
at the Winter Olympics in the Keys with this light tackle-the chance to catch
Nor test of Georgia's defense. the J50.000 Palm
mad Knutsen a year-old Swede Crusher Karlson and The plot went something like Springs Golf
-belonged to one person. really big fish on tackle most northerners think is stout enoughfor
wegian clerk who had been Juan Sebastian teamed to down this After Win No. 7M Classic turned out the way It
The proud owner Is a dimpled fresh water trout and bass only.
thought too old for such a rigorous blonde speed skater 24-year-old the Gladiators Eric Pomeroyand However, the commentator on the show might have bolstered Laken Upset Rupp will be seeking his 700th did
skiing test. Andrewin the tag Jacobs won It, beating De-
Lidia Skoblikova. Ray the beliefs of some northerners with some of the mis- Act I. Scene: St. Louis-The Victory as the Kentucky coach
the 9,3 miles of maret the second
Knutsen sped match. and the Wildcats, ranked fourth on hole of a
Fourth Medal 11 down late In
Won .
H. .
l u She completed her feat Sun-I Opening the card Miss Ella TAMPA SAT TIO... Tuoocl. ...,. 4. 1504. HI.h tld{ a'11 m.. ..4. the first half, overtake crippledLos ill the nation, will be gunning for sudden death playoff Sunday
off Miss Donna ..... .. .. after they finished the regula.
Kathleen Scoringa Waldek finished P.T.l.l. "d 11.40 aa.14 .mol Ins 1:10: a.m., ':11 .m.1 the Southeastern Conference
day by winning the 3,000-meters _. oata II,21 a.m. Angeles in the third period
tlon 90 holes in 353
with body slam and strokes each
\ the Vaughn a lead. They share the spot with
vlcorious at
race after being 'H 4 J J drop behind again then comeback
'T PTfMDWald
a IO under
.. .... I. U M 140 Because Dress. die Louisiana State, each at 5-2 seven par
other three distances takes he made. Most of the comments and observations a second time to win
.. were Demaret
..1. .. .. l4 41 1O.Iewer of the 53, offered this wry
Georgia, currently one
.. .. .. t. H II wof the thaw water squirted I correct and accurate but there were a couple of errors- as, 107-105. and drop the Lakersram
...._ .. .. 14 H n nW.II. hottest in the is salute to his 28-year-old adversary
.. .. u a. ID 00CI from her blades as she skated COOPER WINS I 1 am sure Joe himself has noted. f first 1 to third i In the West,1 teams league *
,.. . ... .. :
I II II 17M..der
.. .. .. .. .. II .. I. N across the finish. TITLE For example, in one place the narrator said, "In the old Act II. Scene: BaltimoreSanFrancisco 4.2."We've Good Boy
.. .. .. .. .. .. STATE had the defense all
M. I. 17 7 1 Lidia'steammate
"" Valentina Stenina, days fly rod fished for forced Into overtime
) H.IO., .. .. .. .. . 1 Chuck men tarpon jumps-knowing that theycouldn't Coach Red "Tommy's a good boy and It
Han Pil! Haw of ORLANDO (AP) along, Georgia
and land the fish"Now 81 Baltimore Bullets
7: r... : : :::::: I f : Florida big by an Lawson said. "If shoot.en was nice hit< could win it. After
of won the only our
N... .. .. I a s North Korea shared second Cooper Tampa this just isn't so-unless he was talking about some closing burst, fires back in the
I've lot of
could hot"They got a
....'. .. o. 14 140 ITI MOC place. Each received a silver All-State Bowling Championship really old days, and I don't believe there were many fly rods extra period for a 120-118 victory get and he's years
Y... A-7.I. 004,13 Mr ..m.. .. medal. with a score of 6,149 which in the Keys then I and grabs the Western did Saturday, knocking through
.10,1,4.oM._....11 1-11 through, touthwatt 1/11/04 Florida M e year-old him a 210 average for 28 'Tennessee out of the league 'Demaret, who hasn't won a
.nfronea, t.f.OMDYIG. Another Ice queen gave Back when fly tackle was new In salt waters, and Joe iced three percentage points ,PGA tournament in
lead 79-67. Kentucky, at the nearly seven
J Sjoukje Dijkstra of Holland games. Brooks was one of the first himself we did fish tarpon for the ahead of St. Louis and a half-'
added the Olympic gold medal Ninety-six of the state's top- lumps, but that wasn't because we didn't think we could land game up on Los Angeles.. same time, beat Florida 77-72 : years, admitted the Whole

flo for figure skating Sunday nightto ranking bowlers competed here the fish, we did land many big ones. Rather It was becausewe Boston Beaten running its season record to exercise left him slightly exhausted -
I 152. It was the Wildcats' fifth In the playoff, he gave
the two world crowns she won Sunday. were fishing for fun-and the IGFA wouldn't recognizefly Act III. Scene: Boston-Oscar
AND W4sr II"OI sts' In 1962 and 1963. Bill Helsel of Tampa was second rod records then anyway. (At least not as they do now.) Robertson scores 48 points and straight in the league after two ,away 25 years.
: Jacobs who has home
/ Bill opening road a at
M, Regme Heitzer of Austria was with 6.133 followed by Jerry Lucas flips in a pair of ,
second, barely ahead of Petra Allen, Orlando, 6,119: Hal Kop- Beef Up The LeaderIn free throws with 11 seconds left The game la one of three in. nearby Bermuda Dunes Country

Burka of Canada. stein, Miami 8.058; Dan Senecal In another overtime thriller as volving nationally ranked teams Club won the playoff with a

Second Win Jacksonville 5,945; Larry Peters fact, Joe, who now holds the record for tarpon on fly Cincinnati the Celtics, 119- tonight. The others have second- nine-Inch putt for a par threes
Eero Maentyrnata, year-old Delray Beach, 5,939 and tackle-148 pounds-and I once fished for tarpon near NaplesIn and Bostons Eastern ranked Michigan at Ohio Statein on the 92nd hole. Demaret f
117 cuts
OIr TNIGINU'N1 Finnish customs officials from Johnny DeMarco Miami, 5519. a little creek and got dozens of jumps each in a periodof three an Important Big Ten Struggle whose drive left him about 40
circle earlier four or five hours. After five or six jumps from a fish margin to gamesIn and No. :S Vanderbilt at Alabama Feet to the left of the green was
arctic ,
above the six -
: we deliberately slacked the line to let them throw the fly, all only points separated lying three when Jacobs holed
captured his second crosscountry Boosters To MeetThe the winners from the losers
WATERmASTR I and then cast to a new fish. out.
He took Vandy Upset ,
gold medal. of
skiing Club after 154 minutes play
I Kathleen Boosters As matter of fact That ended tournament that
-- --- a a person using fly tackle with 12 Kentucky and Michigan won a
will meet at 8 p.m. today In the pound leaders beefed for the last few The Lakers lost their fifth produced ties
N up feet so the fish their only games last week, but so many someone
YOUR 126 KINDS 4Dos administration building at Kathleen cannot rub the line In two with his body, tail and fins, can straight since Jerry thumb Vanderbilt put Its high standing suggested it should be renamedthe

"......... &eo(.." ttllltg 2 Senior High School. whip a fish as fast as a fisherman using any other type of sidelined with a broken in jeopardy with an 81-6 defeat Wembley Open.
TOILET TANK BALL CHEESE Drew Hughes is president of tackle unless that other fisherman Is using what I call "winch last Sunday. Two by by Auburn. Michigan 15-1, Tied All Rounds
HICKORY FARMS and extends Invita- Bill\ Bridges put the Hawks
N the club an
and There
rope" rigs. was a tie after
Tko aflManr Wotor Maitaf ladwrtly! itopl73c romped over Michigan State every
5:21 remain
4.. tIow of M.a, .'Ief .ch 03.1195.' O row Prkahevvn5 C00tM COU. tion to all parents and friends And it was Joe himself who taught me this. He showedme ahead to stay with : 95-79 round. It was Charlie Slfford

AT HAftDWAMIITOWI 2 ... 50 .uth \0 of Kathleen students to attend how to whip the toughest fish in minutes with leaders ing. Richie Guerin Louis and with Len 22, Davidson and DePaul were the and Jacobs after the first round,

thoj meetingWE'RE testing less than the fish weighed. I must have learned good Wilkins led St. only other members of the eliteto Sifford and Doug Sanders after

\I for the largest trophy I hive won the "outstanding" catch in points apiece, stumble last week. Davidson the second round and Sifford

1 ,- ,,' ., ..-. -- the Keys In a tournament-an eight pound jack in eight minutes No 3, was edged by West Virginia and Bob Charles after the third

.l' :. on eight pound test leaders-accomplished twice in a row. Lakeland Captures 7573 before rebounding round. Bill Casper and Chuck

: As as for big fish-my own brother, a Lakelander, fought against VMI 129.91 Saturday. ,Courtney were tied going Into

'- > and whipped an estimated 125.pound tarpon in deep water Lawn Bowling, 5-1 DePaul No. I, lost to Louisville the fifth round and Jacobs and

.. .' -', -,,_ > : > '''f' from a rowboat fifteen or more years ago. (We didn't even 83-79 Saturday.It Demaret of course were tied

t'" ., ", ;. <- > have a hand gaff either!) The fish was released but was Lakeland took five games was the first loss for each!after 90 holes.

: :P"" estimated by at least a dozen professional guides and charter while losing one from visiting and left only top-ranked UCLA Charles and Don January finished .

boat captains who watched the whole thing.) Bradenton and moved into a tie the major college unbeaten.I in a third-place tie at 354

I The secret in this fish-on-fly-tackle fishing Is In the for third place with Bradentonin UCLA now 17-4)), rolled along one shot behind Demaret and

type of fly tackle. A must is a large single.action fly reel the West Florida Lawn BowlIng with two victories over California Jacobs, and got $3,100 each.

with at least 200 yards of backing behind the fly line and a League this past Saturdayat Santa Barbara 10778 and Courtney and Bob Goalby were

f smooth, dependable drag. the Lakeland courts. 87-59 another stroke back and pickedup

r It is also a big help to have a forward taper fly line- Results of the morning and In other Saturday games In- $2,450 apiece.

a, Joe was using a GAF and that used to be our favorite. The afternoon/ "roundsMarnlnt .-Art: lawman. Laa -

backing can be monofiliament or braided line and should be are '.*. Andy And_. Lakal.nd
heavier than the leader 11 Moara. O. Sm.Ut W.I I. Pradon-. SIX
used. 'n' til John atta, Cnnur .nor. EX-STARS VOTED
.. 11 Va..
In the Keys we caught many species on flies and bugs Including fml/N Ills MInureaki.ndl. I OmH d.ntsnl 111 ads
jacks, tarpon, barracuda Manry 'ot.J: awl (L.I.-
snapper, grouper mackereland LMIO.r.n.I 14. Maultan, Qu.." CarnMiwlradontaM

kingfish. There's a new camp ground and park right at ,.Aftarnoan .paond. ..0055.. ...... An.
t the end of the Bahia Honda Bridge which Is most convenient! ILakoland) 14. Madlton .Oo-.t INTO HALL OF FAMENEW
Lrnallua <.radanton> 111 Pitta Ooanar -
43. Mclntyra kakriandl 10, Maon

.D....111 tmlH,., S.. aMilh (Olradantan<<...d__' Tl I" Va.Oararer

wxze .English Rider Sets 5,01.. 54,1 IL.rN.nd/ u.Woodworth ''YORK (AP-The spit-!also was the lawyer for the

Ehret ball Is legal In the Hall of Fame National League.
even It it Is out of bounds in I Ward also set a record of 12

Two RecordsDAYTONA Win Golf TitleHOLLYWOOD organized baseball Burlelgh,assists for a second basemanthat

t& Cycle Grimes and Urban (Red) still is in the book.

AP) Janey' Faber, two of the last pitchers! The addition of the six new

Woodworth of Hollywood and to throw the spitter legally,' boosted
men total member.
BEACH (AP) Daytona Continental Feb. 18. Gloria Ehret of Allentown Pa..i the !
were among six new members ship in the
Cooperstown N.Y.
S< Ten year old autos are ready for iailwood said he may team with are winners of the 19th annual ,
named the Hall
Sunday by
museum to an even 100. The
junking but 10-year-old motorcycles David Piper of England in a Women's International Four.Bal of Fame veterans' committee
are for setting records.At Ferrari.In I new members were picked by
Gulf Championship.
I Manush Hugglns the veterans' committee from
least that Is how Mike Hail the motorcycle weekend defeated Barbara Fay
Miller Huggins, the little man players who had been retired at
wood of England approached the which established Daytona International White of Shreveport, La. and,who managed the New York least 20 years.

situation when he took a pair of Speedway as a new Julie Hall\ of Anderson Ind., 4 Yankees to six pennants In 12: Grimes 70, and Faber, 79,
well seasoned Italian made stop on the world circuit, Alan
and 3, Sunday in the finals. years, and Heinie Manush. the were among the group of four
bikes on Daytona International Shepherd of England and Hugh The winners were two under
powerful outfielder with a lifetime pitchers
permitted to continueuse
& Speedway Sunday. Anderson of New Zealand joined par for the 33 holes and were .330 batting average also of the spitter after it was

G $ He won the kilometer or Hailwood in the circle of never behind over the 361-yard made the grade along with two I legislated off the book. Grimes

127-mile Grand Prix of the United champs. par 72 Orange Brook course. from the pre-1900 era-John actually was the last. He was

> % States on one of his MV Agus- Shepherd drove an MZ, madeIn Montgomery Ward and Tim active until 1934 ret ring with

ta cycles at a record of 100166 East Germany, to first in a .
John Barnum Wins Keefe. Grimes Faber and a 270.212 won lost record. Although
130-kilometer 81-mile
5'S miles an hour. or race Manush are alive. he finished up with the

On his other cycle, the same 250 cubic centimeter machines. PALM BEACH GARDENS In some ways Ward was the Yankees, Grimes earned all\ but

type four cylinder machine and He averaged 91.187 m.p.h., a Fla. (AP)-A final round par 72 most remarkable of the group. one of his victories In the Na-

likewise built in 1954 for racing. record automatically since the gave John Barnum of Belmont. A jack-nf.all-trades as a player tiona! League at Pittsburgh

Hailwood sped around the 2'/4- 31-mile championship course Mass. his second straight PGA Ward was the only man to Brooklyn, New York, Boston
PUTTING UP A NEW SAWMILL in mile high banked outer track 58 was new for the smaller engine
National Golf Club medal play collect more than 2,000 hits. St. Louis and Chicago He livesin

times and set a one-hour world cycles. championship by a single stroke 2.151, and also to win more than Trenton Mo.

the Hollow to help make the charcoal that record of 144.2 miles an hour. Anderson defending world Sunday. 100 games 198 as a pitcher. All With Chicago

His racing speed erased the I champ In 50 and 125 cc divisionswon Barnum posted a total of 281 Ward, active from 1878 to 1894, Faber who works for the

mellows our Tennessee sippin' whiskey. 90.953 m p.h. made In 1961 by in those classes on made Satur-Su to defeat Sam Snead of Boca I managed three clubs, acted as Cook County highway department .
day riding Japanese
Kunlmltsu Takahashi of Japan. Raton Fla., who finished with president of the Boston Braves, in Chicago, spent his en-

The one hour mark surpasseda zukis. 282 In the 7].hole $23.000: tourna- pitched a perfect game for tIre career from 1914 to 1933

Jack Daniel's is still smoothed out with Charcoal 1957 mark of 141.37 by Bob ment. Barnum won $1,700 and Providence in 1880, organizedthe with the White Sox for whomhe

Mclntire of England at Moriza BLAKE DEFEATS Snead 1300. Players' Brotherhood and won 253 games and lost 211

Mellowing. That calls for seeping every drop Italy. ROCHELLE, 84.39 Although Huggins was a second
Hailwood made 11 records In

down through 10 feet of charcoal 12 stops on the world circuit last TAMPA-Blake High of Tam I BASKETBALL SCORES I I.ATuao"'Y St. Louis baseman from at 1904 Cincinnati to 1918 and it

year. pa overwhelmed the Rochelle was as a manager that he was

made from hard maple sawed up and CHARCOAL The 24-year-old Englishman Is Panthers of Lakeland, 84-39, here COIL.. W. virtui II, V... T_. noLI..n. voted into the Hall of Fame.
planning to switch to four wheels In Tna Anae, ..," ProwIT n.
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,-, ," --.

New Yorker Monday, T b. S. MMLAKELAND 1
Wins $5,000 Jumper Sweeps/oAes LEDGER.'

enceburg, Ind.; :Too-A-Klnd,
ridden by Cheryl Taylor, owned
Thousands Applaud Final by Allison's Stables, Win-

teat Haven; 3-Pal's Golden

Boy, ridden by Michelle Sor
rells, owned by Allison's

Performances Of Horse Show Stables, Winter Haven; 4-
Parade Marshal, ridden by
Patsy Tyson owned by Wagon
Wheel Stables, St. Pet-
By JOHN CARROLL Championship Stake and also owned by Donald Booth, Sea Scotty Turnbull Winter Haven ersburg; 5-King Coe's Princess -
Ledger Stiff Writer retired the Polk County Rid. ford, DeL; 3-Davana Rolat, ; 2-Magic Moment, rid. owned
ridden and by Ike
WINTER HAVEN-Several In g Association Challenge ridden by Cecile Murdock. den and owned by Kathy Alex Turner, Riviera Beach.
thousand spectator braveda Trophy, which has to be won owned by Davana Farms, Bar ander, Tampa; 3-Miss Calcutta J+ PONY WORKING HUNTER
chilly night to tea tha finale three times for retirement. rington Hills, Ill.; 4-Falep ridden and owned by y
of the Fifth Annual Imperial Mildred Adam won the trophy ridden by Marty Ward owned Avis Parsons, Winter Haven; -Open-Cclass 143) 1-Nancy,
Charity Horse Show here last In 1962, 1963 and repeated last by Phillip Marraccinl.! Miami; 4-Spring Sonnett, ridden by ridden by Pattee Connell,
night night. -Retsraf, ridden by Leonard Janie Dean,.owned by Roger owned by Lazy J-7 Stables,

The five-day show was sponsored Mary Boy'i Sun, ridden by Craw, owned by Ball Hal Dean Chevrolet, West Palm New Orleans; 2-Lady Kola,
by the American Legion Boyd Hudglns. won the $1,000 Ranch, Laurens, S. C Beach; Delightful Delinquent, ridden and owned by Mary
and the Polk County Riding Walking Horse Grand Champ Single Roadster Pony Championship ridden and owned by Alene Elizabeth Oyler Purcellville,
Association. ionship Stake. The winner Is Rogers, Miami. Vs.; 3-Sierra Maria, ridden
(class 104) 1-Sir
Night Flight, driven by owned by Fieldstone Farm, Richard, driven and owned by Western Pleasure Horse and owned by Christine Hood
Lloyd Tester, and owned by Macon, Ga. Mary Boy's Sun Bridgett Mills. St. Petersburg; Championship Slake (Class Winter Haven; 4-Angel. rid
W. M. Gill Jr., of Oklahoma also won,a leg on the J. Walker Z-Co-Star, driven by George 108)( 1-Bee Sting, ridden and den by Debbie Stewart, owned

City, Oklahoma, won the $2* Pope Challenge Trophy, Gettya, owned by R. E. GettysJr. owned by Beverly Griffith, by Calerendon Plantation,
BOO Single Roadster Florida which Is donated by Dick ., Knoxvllle, Tenn.; 3-Sir Lake Wales; :2-Al Marah Sea Burton, S.C.GREEN .
Tangelo Orange Grand Champ Pope Sr. of Winter Haven. Lancelot, driven by Mary Lion, ridden by William C WORKING HUNToERS
ionship Stake over a field of The trophy must be won three Mills, owned by Plneview Stables Kosclucher, owned by William % OPEN (class 148)) 1-
19 bike-pulling beauties last times to be retired. St. Petersburg; 4-MI Hawn, Corpus Christi, Texas; ---- Bellino ridden by Earl Frailer
night.In Reliable, driven and owned 3-Miss Sandor, ridden by Susan owned by Rising Creek
Second Win Posted Farm, Atlanta, Ga.; 2-Time
ring B, the afternoon by Bill Shephard, Tampa; B- Walker owned by Sandor
crowd saw skillful David I Miss Chevy owned by RogerD. Little Bob Up, driven by W. S. Farm, Sarasota; 4-Ser-Hy, YOUNG HORSIWOMf N-locVf Me DOM W, loft, of Plymouth and Koro Essay, of Mtrritt l.. Study, ridden by David Kelley,

Kelley of New York take Sure Chevrolet of West Palm Garth Jr., owned by John ridden by Carol Chapman, loud, wore two ol the yells ..... In Hi* Imotrlcl Charity Hon Show .t Wlntor H,.... Picky IsII owned by Barbara Cuddy,
Thing over the Jumps to win Beach, took the $1,000 Five Crawford, Wartrace, Tenn. owned by William Hawn, Corpus ond Koran It 12. (Lodgor Phot. l> Corrall) Strathroy, Canada; 3-Bar
$ the $5,000 Florida Concentrate Gaited Saddle Horse Grand Parade Horse ChampionshipS Christ). Texas; 5-Gray Sinister, ridden by Frank
t. Championship Stake with Jim Pepper, ridden and owned by Chapot, owned by J. T. King,
Open Jumper Sweepstake I k I (Class 105) 1 The .
a Smith,owned by Frank Roper, Oberbacher Winter Haven. derdale; 4 Diann Williams, N.J. 4 Master
win Ragsdale In the saddle. Judy Stephen. Sarasota. Wallpack ; -
Kelley was also top event Apache Chief,ridden and own Winter Garden; 4 Confederate SINGLE ROADSTER PONY Largo; S Baron Given, De-
Miss Chevy thus her The Polk Centennial Tom, ridden by Rodney Jenkins
the gave County
ner for Jumpers during ed Bob Lawrence-
by Haag,
Raider, ridden by Gary (class 76) 1 Sir Richard, land.
owned owner two legs on the JohnA. Challenge Trophy Won by owned by Fairfield Farms
Sure Is
show. Thing Ind. 2-Too-A-Klnd.rid.
burg :
Spencer, by Crown driven and owned by Bridgett SINGLE PONY
Hill Farm of Snively Jr. Challenge Leonard Franclschinl, of Ottawa West Palm Beach; 5JonnleB.
by Chance den by Cheryl Taylor, owned Point Farms, Crown Point, Mills, St. Petersburg; 2 CoStar Championship stake, ama-
Trophy and put Chevrolet a Canada, for sportsmanship. ., ridden by Rodney Jenkins,
Greenwich, Conn. Allison Stables Winter Haven
by Ind. 5-Go
: Boy's Revenue, driven by George Get teur driver) (class 82) 1Miss -
win from retiring the His was reported owned by Fairfield Farms,
Ghost Wins away entry
Grey ; 3-Pal'a Golden Boy, rid ridden and owned
by Floyd tys, owned by R. E. GettysJr. Judy, driven by Mrs.Alan ,
prize. He won last withDictator' killed in an accident enrouteto West Palm Beach.
Coosaw Farm's Grey year den Michelle Sorrells
by own Purcell, Orlando. ., Knoxvllle, Tenn; 3 Sir Robson, owned by Mr.
Master. Florida. HUNTER EQUITATION -
claimed the open jumper ed by Allison's Stables, Winter 12,500: Single Roadster Flor Lancelot, driven by Mary and Mrs. Alan Robson, West.
title The horse show proceedswill Single Hackney Pony Grand novice (class 147) 1-Jlffy
sweepstake champion on Haven 4-Parade Marshal
; ida Grand
Tangelo Orange Mille, owned by Plneview Chester, Pa; 2 Yankee Doodle
to the American Legion Championship Stake (Class S Petersburg: 2 -
Ridden Russell go Fogle, ,
points. by ridden by Patsy Tyson, Stake Class Amber
Championship ( Stables, St. Petersburg; 4 Sweet driven by
Cripple Children's Home in 110) Crystal Jewel, driven Barney, Burlington,
Stewart, the Coosaw Farm owned by Wagon Wheel Ranch, Becky
117)) 1-NIiht Flight, driven by MI Reliable, driven by Bill Bill Shephard, owned by Shep-
and owned Mrs. Victoria McDonald,
entry from Dale, S.C. finished St. Petersburg.The St. Petersburg; 5-Klng'a Coe by Lloyd Teater, owned by W. M, Shephard, owned by Shep.hard' hard's Pony Farm, Tampa; 3Jubilee's Wis.; 3 Becky
show'hera Is of Armstrong Brampton, Canada <4-Stephanie Nelson
ahead of Sure Thing, the reserve a part Princess, ridden and owned by Gill Jr.,Oklahoma City,Okla.; Pony Farm, Tampa: Colossal driven Plymouth;
the Sunshine Circuit Horse ; 2-Pilot Model driven Sarasota: 8-Joyce V.
champion. Ike Turner, Riviera Beach.
2-Blythe Jaguar, driven and S Hell's A Poppln', driven and owned by Mrs. Victoria
and owned by Mrs. Victoria Beach.
Winter Association. The horses move McClellan Delray
Adams a Frvt-Galted Saddle Horse
Mildred ,
owned John Jr.
by Snively
; and owned by Jackie Lee Armstrong, Brampton, Can
Haven horse owned by Mr. on to Delray Beach for a Feb. Amateur Championship Slake Canada 3-Dark Pick, driven and owned North, Plnellas Park.PLEASURE ada; 4 Pat Boone, driven JUNIOR WORKING HUNT
and Mrs. John Snively Jr. M show, and then Into Miami (Amateur rider) (Class 106) ; by Edwin Sims, Lexington, and owned by Susan Snively, ER HANDY-class 148) 1-
Three- for the Miami Charity er, driven and owned by HORSES Dally Nip, ridden by Bunny
claimed the $1.000 J-Royal Jester, ridden and Ky.; 4-Eddie Baker, driven Winter Haven
Grand Horse Show Feb. 12-16. Charles Reed, Miami. CHAMPIONSHIP HACK Klzorek owned by Si Jayne,
Gaited Saddle Horse owned by Susan Mills, St by Mrs. Martha Myers, owned
Morgan Horse Championship TYPE (Class 77) 1 Honey EQUITATION SADDLE 111. 2-War Balance -
SUNDAY RESULTS Petersburg; 2-Bright Future, by K. A. Conway, Atlanta, Park Ridge, ;
Stake (Class 110A) 1- Suckle, ridden and owned by SEAT-non blue ribbon winners ridden and owned by
Equitation Saddle Seat ridden by Vicky MacDonald, Ga. J Commander ,
Flight ,
DAVID CLARK Waseeka's Nocture, ridden by Bridgett Mills, St. Petersburg; (class 83) 1-Peggy Hig- 3FlowerGirl
DR. L AHSA Medal Class (Class 102)( owned by William MacDonald driven and owned by John C, Jane Hart, Tampa;
John Lydon, owned by Wasee- 2 Kane's Spring Dcllte, rid- gins, New Orleans; 2-Barbara and owned by
Physician Miami
Chiropractic 1-Susan Snively, Winter Haven Farms, ; 3 Mr. Kistler, Conover, N. C. ,
; 2-Darden Kettler, Del- Sandman, ridden and owned ka Farm, Ashland, Mass.; 2- $.,000 Three-Galtod Saddle den by Thomas H. White, owned Simpson, Winter Haven; 3- Becky Batchelor, S. Miami;
announctt the Donnette of Camelot, ridden by Camelot Farms, Ft. Linda Gill, Ft. Lauderdale
ray Beach; J-Kathy O'Brien, by Avis Parsons Winter Haven Horses Grand ChampionshipStake ; 4-Blazlng Lady, ridden by
addition, of by Thomas White, owned by Lauderdale 3 Llpplt Bob 4-Kay Kummer, Lakeland B.
Delray Beach: 4-Alene Rogers : 4--Coe's Nellie Blythe, (Class 118) 1-Mlldred ; ; Karen Harnden, owned by
Camelot Farms, Ft. Lauder- Kennuck, ridden by Laurinda 5- Dean, W. Palm
Miami 9 Felicia Smith ridden W. Yarbrough Miami.
HOURS ; by Peggy Higgins,own- Adams, ridden by Susan .
dale; 3-Tastee Firefly, ridden Kershaw, owned by Mrs. E. Beach. -
Miami. ed by Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Higgins Snively, owned by Mr. and
Arabian Thres-Gaited Championship Jr. New Orleans 5 by Bob Hart owned by Wind- J. Kershaw. Ft. Lauderdale; WESTERN STOCK HORSE
Mon., Wed. & Fri. ; Mrs. John Snively Jr., Winter
Farm. Alexandria, Ohio 4 Donna Juanita, ridden and western stake GENERALTIRE
song ; championship
Stake (Class 103) 1- Folly Fashion, ridden and Haven; 2-Rose of Fremar,
7:00 to 9:30: Ben Ibn Hanrab, ridden by owned by Harriet McLeod, 4-Llpplt Bob Kennuck, ridden ridden by Charles Smith, own- owned by Lucille Kenyon, Fer- -(class 84) Easter's Sport, SERVICE
by Laurinda Kershaw, owned nandina Beach 5 R. R. ridden and owned
; by Ray
Walter Chapman, owned by Norwood, N. C. ed by Bruce Werts Co., St.
1715 Laktland Hills Blvd. Donoghue Arabian Farm Goli- Pleasure Horse Championship by Mrs. E. J. Kershaw, Ft. Petersburg; 3 Sensational Robbie Twilight, ridden by Bienko, Winter Haven; 2-Ser

Ph. 682-8696 ad, Texas; 2-Shadow Acres Stake (class 107 1-Cou- Lauderdale; S-My Sweet Sue, Genius, ridden by Jim Rags- Emelyn Mangles, owned by Hy, ridden by Carol Chapman, NEED TAGS

,: Monassa, ridden by Bob Hart, rigeous, ridden and owned by ridden by Mrs. Conrad O'Con- dale, owned by Mr, and Mrs. Hainlm Mill Farm, Miami. owned by William Hawn,
I i I nor. owned bv Mrs. EdwardJ. EQUITATION STOCK SEAT Corpus Christi Tex.; 3-Pul
Taft Johnson Miami 4-Fan- FLORIDA.
Poltras., H Ullton, Mass. fare, ridden by Mrs. Alan (age 13-17 riders) (class 78) 1 que, ridden and owned by

Three-Galled Saddle Horses Robson, owned by Mr. and Cathy Stephen, Sarasota; 2 Carol Chapman, Gollad, Tex.; 5W1215AND
Amateur Championship Stake Diann Williams, Largo; 3 4-Chalk Lewis, ridden and
Mrs. Alan Robson
SKILLED HANDS (Junior exhibition rides) (Class ridden ; 5Vanity'sSuzanne ,, Baron Given, Deland; 4 owned by A. G. Lewis, Gainesville 4
by Wayne
111 I-Stardu.t, ridden and Foster Orlando 8 ridden
Lovell owned Pinecrest Margo ; ; 5-Preacher Ike,
SPECIAL TOOLS owned by Kay Harmon, Win Farm,, OJus. by Ronnie Everhart, Ft. Lauder-i by Fred Boggs owned by TIRES?
ter Haven; Southern Scan- Riverby Farms, Dublin, Ohio.llIREEGAl'fED .
owned by Roger Dean Chevrolet WALKING HORSE MARES SEAT National Horse Show PONIES OPEN (class 85) 1- Why
West Palm Beach; 3- (amateur rider Class 69) 1 Saddle Event Class 79); Charm' Jean, ridden by Vlckl Solve Both
Sparkling Katie, ridden and Shadow's Blaze, ridden and 1Susan Snively, Winter Haven MacDonald, owned by William frobUms
owned by Harriet McLeod, owned by V, O. Cochner, Au- ; 2 Felicia Smith MI- Macdonald Farms, Miami; Jw Yen .

Norwood, -Easy Doea It, rora, Ohio; 2 May Mad ami 3 Alene Rogers, Miami Fsbulous Lady, ridden and I One. oy anal lOot
4' ridden and owned by Bridgett ness, ridden by Mrs. Paul 4 Marsha Jones, Coral owned by Regina Bowen, Win -a lh. nr hr...wN d 1,=
Mills, St. Petersburg; 5-Ex- Randolph, owned by Ran- Gables; 5Kathy O'Brien, ter Haven; 3-Pretty Miss, ..*."l.o wr p :
//F tra Assignment ridden by Susan dolph Farm., Clearwater; 3 W. Palm Beach.EQUITATION. ridden and owned by Martha \ wunl WILL kup ,..UF N I If.

Snively, owned by Mr. and Midnight Georgia Belle, SADDLE Wetherington, Winter Haven; | .MUM.< add Ui II for te wour wr
Mrs. John Snively Jr., Winter ridden and owned by Mrs. SEAT CHAMPIONSHIP (Polk 4-Rose of Plcardy, ridden by I a..ow_unt both. >.l you Haven. Charles Webb, Macon, Ga.; 4 County and area) (class 80) 1 Pat Jenkins, owned by John' haw nii rill I lm im W.*l
Single Harness Pony Grand Colonel' Lady, ridden and Mary Lib Cason, Lakeland; Snively Jr., Winter Haven. Irr '. .rill. :rle
Championship Stake (Class owned by Bill Ashmore, Macon 2 Scotty Turnbull, Winter SINGLE HACKNEY PONY, "OW sonars, No1.orGENERAL ..

\ 112)) 1-The Director, driven Ga. Haven; 3 Molly Corum, LIMIT (class 87) Winner: IrNrAa In.lone. /.fnN ::.r..;..
by Lloyd Tester, owned by EQUITATION SADDLE ,,, Ie rase
Tampa; 4- Kathle Etheridge, King's Crystal, driven by Mrs.
7"r. R. E Gettys Jr., Knoxville, SEAT ((10 and under class 70) Bartow; S Melinda Sorrells, Victoria Armstrong, owned
Tenn.; 2-Albalarm lona B, I Melinda Sorrells, Lake Al- Lake Alfred. by Bill Robinson, Brampton,
driven and owned by Mrs fred; 2 Carol Goar, Miami; EQUITATION Stock Seat Canada
Alan I Robson Westchester, 3 Patty Brown, Cocoa Championship (class 81) 1 PARADE HORSES ama TIRE SERVICE

Pa.; 3 Jubilee's Colossal Beach; 4 Patty Dean, West Diann Hubbell, St. Petersburg; teur riders (class 88)) I-The 202 N. Injrifcom-682-5171
e ', 1'.r driven and owned by Mrs. Victoria Palm Beach; 5 Tibby Mc- 2 Cathy Stephen, Sarasota; Apache Chief, ridden and loktl.nd

Armstrong Brampton, Donald, Plymouth. 3 Rennie Everhart, Ft. Lau owned by Bob Haag, Lawr-,
Pi Canada; 4-Klng' Lady Pilot STOCK SEAT EQUITATION __ I
driven and owned by Charlea (12 and under class 71) 1 -

a Reed, Miami; S-Marden FI- Julie Jaekel), Sarasota; 2 -
; / a / \ delity, driven and owned by Chris DeMayo, Winter Haven;

Mrs. Victoria Armstrong, 3 Michelle Morrison, Apop-
r Brampton, Canada.ThreHalted ka. Fla; 4 Mary Beth Mc-

o// ; Saddle Pony Phillips, Plant City; S Steve
Championship Stake (Class Martin, Lakeland.
113) Charm's Jean, ridden THREE.GAITED SADDLE

%,.. S .j,. 1I by Vicki MacDonald, owned HORSES (Junior exhibitor up .
by William MacDonald Farms, class 72) 1 Stardust, rid-
Miami; Fabulous Lady,rid- den and owned by Kay Harmon
den and owned by Regina Winter Haven; 2 -
Bowen, Winter Haven; 3- Sparkling Katie, ridden by
Pretty Miss, ridden and owned Harriet McLeod, owned by Dr G el 1 .

I by Martha Wetherington, and Mrs. W. L. McLeod Nor- ,
Winter Haven; 4 Rose of wood, N.C.; 3 Trump Card,
Irn /THE'.GUESSWORKOUT Picsrdy, ridden by Pat Jenkins ridden and owned by Mrs. A.
owned by John SnivelyJr. T. Higgins Jr., New Orleans;

.. Winter Haven. 4 Extra Assignment, rid-
;' Fine Harness Horse Grand den by Susan Snively, owned y
Stake (Class
Championship by Mr, and Mrs. John Snlve-,
114) Evelyn Gray, driven
ry Jr., Winter Haven; I -
by Lloyd Teater, owned by Easy Does It, ridden and
Mr. and Mrs Jacob Bunn Jr., owned by Bridgett Mills, St.
Springfield, III.; 2 Stone-
is trained and Petersburg.
[ ;Maihtenance'serviceman wall's Invasion, driven by W. WESTERN PLEASURE

.skilled to' do the job right. He has the advantage of pro. Crawford S. Garth,Jr.Wartrace owned,by Tenn.John; tar's HORSES Doc(,pairs ridden) class by 73)Cheryl Ta-

jfessionaljtraining! at one of the 30 national General Claude 3-Lady Shiflet Warlord, owned, ridden by den Taylor by and Vickie Tatar's Eastman Dan,both rid

Motors ;Training Centers. The specialized equipment he and Mrs. W. L. McLeod, Nor owned by Allison' Stables, Customer Appreciation lime
wood. N. C.; < -Mr. Cypress Haven.WALKING .
means a faster finer job. This distributor tester, for Gardens, driven by Susan HORSES (two
Snively, owned by Mr. and had time to exchange
old) class 74) 1 En- In days gone by people greetingt -
example takes the guesswork out of a distributor overhaul Mrs. John Snively Jr., Winter years ridden by Paul Smith,
Haven; 5-Sir Victor Gould, try, in a formal even courtly manner. 'In spite of

It analyzes the problem and makes more precise driven ard Gould and, owned St. J. How- owned ter Garden by Frank, Fla.? Roper 2 Setting, Win- toda!}', pace, here at our bank we feel' oldfashionedcourt"i"

adjustments r possible. He has available genuine GM, Horse$1,000 Grand Five-Galled Championship Saddle Crofta Sunsation, owned ridden by Stockton by Roy and are still an Important part of the personal'

[parts engineered to original specifications for replace-- Slak (Class 115) 1 -Miss _King Setting, Johnson Sun Apollo City, ,Tenn.ridden 3 relationships' with( our customers.
ridden Jim Rags-
[merit whenever necessary? See your GM dealer regularly' dale Chevy, owned by Roger Beach Dean by Dr. Billy and Brantley Mrs. Gene, owned Sliger by, May we take this occasion to tell you, our banking
West Palm
Chevrolet ;
\IforJonfjTun..service savings. Stepping Stone, ridden by Chatanooga, Tenn.; 4 Show friends hOlD much we appreciate !your continued

view Marvin Stable.Lester,,St.owned Petersburg by Pine-: case owned, ridden by Fieldstone by Boyd Hudgins Farm, 'loyalty and confidence and to extend to everyone In our

3 Commander'a Countess, Macon, Ga.; S RamblerSun community a cordial' and sincere Valentine Greeting.
Bandit, ridden by John-
ridden by Claude Shiflet, own- <
ed by Dr. and Mrs. W. L Mc- son McDonald, owned by C. Thank You f for Banking with Ut.
E. Bradshaw, Orlando, Flor
Leod. Norwood, N. C.; 4-
World's Apart, ridden by ida.PLEASURE
Louise Moore, owned by Terry HORSE OPEN
Anne Sargent, Haines City; (park type, class 75) 1 -

O 5-Final Appeal, ridden by Courageous Gentleman, owned
Charles Smith, owned by Ran- and ridden by Scotty Turn- FIRST STATE BANK
dolph Farms, Clearwater. bull, Winter Haven; 2 Magic -
$IOOG Walking Horse Grand Moment, ridden and owned

Championship Stake (Class by Kathy Alexander, Tampa; *t54i, OF LAKELAND
GUARDIAN lit) 1-Mary Boy's Sun rid- 3 Spring Sonnett ridden by ;
ass vows I M ou.... roe QUALITY e.vlc J den by Boyd Hudglns, owned Janie Dean, owned by Roger "" "Four Friendly 0mtfc" $
by Fieldstone Farms, Macon, Dean Chevrolet, West Palm
Ga.; Shadow's Blaze, rid- Beach; 4 Trinidad, ridden CORNER SOUTH FLORIDA AVE. AT LIME ST.
PONTIAC.OLDSMODILBeDUICK.CAPILI.ACOMC TRUCK den and owned by V, G. Goch- and owned by Beverly Fox, '/11r I1.
CHEVROLET.( nor, Aurora, Ohio; 3-Deter. Miami; 5 Sheer Genius,
mination ridden by Paul ridden and owned by Kim I


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Remains Of Malcolm
Monday, Feb. S, 11M 1 1A tiOtiE' TO PItKUP TRUCK: U.S. BarnumTo AND MRS. A4M

:_ a_ &_T la'barely 'i.t eealeblda : HAD STOPPED
; APPLICATION FOR wilt b* received the Board Jet Brought Be SpeakerAt SPEAK/NO/
I TA* c"ao (..... Bill Ne. fl5)) nf County CommUalnoera of Polk
1quU e I* lieretw given tbat ruvmtmtiBi County, Florida, up to I:10 e'eloc
;' > nrfnvicica, INC, i\'B.M. on TueaAay, February II,
I holder fit Tax Certificate No. ts to b* opened l : To West BerlinBERLIN Ad Club Meet
thereafter and publicly read fofurnlihtnir
aimed the let day 4t ,JUN11. A. .). :
IML haa filed $ irlI to Folk County two n
aim n my : Malcolm M. Barnum, vice
Mi ton tolrkup trunk
and ha made fore
an application = m' ; (APKFtre-scarred
and of
mpeclftnetiont.hoet preiident Campbell
lai deed to b. looted thereon
sail embrace for complete minimum *pe. remains of a Jet .
I eertirioat the following clflcatlon) Trade-In allowano tb training plan Co., the fidvertlilng agency currently

Count:* deacrltwd ot 1'olk, Btat property* of }Florida In th*,I mad.. for Iltr Btudpbaker pick that: carried three American of. handling the Florida Cit.
uim" truck Horlal No. F.h.121924.Non .
towiltHouth further Information torn flcen to their death. under Soviet rut Commission account, wa
ItO Ft. of North MO .
I We.t tin Kl. of NK14' of unlnau with C. M LewiS Fur the principal
fIre were trucked Into West ..
oheelna-Anent, Bartow; Florida.The --
, KWtt of 8WH. section S.Townahlp speaker at a
Board rencnei the rlvrt trejeit Berlin for u...'_
IS Boutb KanBe SI Saturday study
I by
any or all bid. All b d' t meeting of the
), Kaau be **...Id...... erupt b* .ubmttn.d U.S. Air Force
The .......m..t nf Mid prnp.rtyuidrr it duplicate on bid form to bfurnlnhed .. Investigator I A d v tr t sing

I, Mid certificate, leturrd waa th Counl All bid. The largest Club ot Polk
In Uie nain of JOHN I. WALk by fragments of the _
Kit al Vn''... the eald rertlflcate -ahould inourely b*amId nc.loaed and In plainly an envelope marke, unarmed twtn-englns T39 train. County at noon A DOf.DffMfSS4AAChF5ThEStUL PhtOVd wottrie At4mwWAr
ahall be redeemed aocordlnir
to law" the property described on the otitald Bid on pIckup er were Its sweptback wings.I today In the .* 4br WAMIIEB AND Lt.cSooARfC UGOsLOIDThTAFOvS O'cAPTFITS!
trurka, S:10 o'clock A. ... Tueaday.
\ I aold) to the hl.b..tdr private -
Ih.r..lnII >* dining ALL1U..Mi10P91
Frfcruary 11. I9t4.Ordnred ." _ _
at the Courthou door on In open **.lon on January One had been torn sway In the room at Mor- 4 p 7lltRe'o pfppOJVNG !
the Monday In th* month of 17. 1811. air over Communist East Germany WAJFc1ltWARS

day MARCH.of MARCH m*:. which 18.l. I.1:" ted aimed) WII.MER MeCOTCIIEONChairman during the shooting- rison's teria. Cafe /j' : fl 4. LF '

1 HI ted thin IIUa day of JANUARY 4 jI jI'a
IM4. (.Igned) Clerk I). H. BUOAN, JR.NOTICB ; Hit address :

Using two trucks six-man
a "The
"EALn. (!tRIA L) was OI1
M. ot* Circuit 3I.Clerk ; Court 0.51.i U.S. Air Force team transport BARNUM Four r of M Il t

ol Folk Counly, Florida TO CREDITORS( ed the wreckage In from the verttsing" Barnum started In 0

I 870, IN TOOl crash site near the .4
COUNTY juoaa's COURT village of the advertising agency business
NOTICS TMS COUNTY JUDQK'S IN AND FOR Vogelsberg, about 60 miles Inside with MacManus, John and Ad

IN KM'; KHTATB: OF ants as a writer and account

IN: POLK UK' FHTATM couNTY OP FLORIDA ORLANDO H. XlnCeceaae mites southwest of Berlin I executive. He has worked for, #

KETIUIAJIA WILSON To All Creditor. and Peraone Ii.... Investigator probed the d&-. such clients as Dow Chemical'I

Alt Creditor .ni1 peraona DeceasedTn H."- '..r Claim. or Demand Aialnaild brie for Information that might 1 Co. and 3M (Minnesota Mining -

mil buns or Unmand Aaalnat talatalTou. and each of you are hr.' shed light on why the plane and Chemical Co.) -

Hid Vnn Katat and ax-li of you are hereby bv notified to file In duplicate all which cruised at 500 miles an' Barnum joined I Campbell I

notified to (II. In dupllcat all lalma IK". aralniit and demand.the e.ule hlih of urt..ndo you hour strayed across the Iron Ewald nine years ago. He has Yo-iAr IS IT i!HA,. IM My Crvcs. rrsi= MV I :

> la Una aaalnet Cod demand the exUt wNih of KKTUKAMA youhave H. Kirk, doeaed.. In tb. offlof Curtain on Its flight above the been account: executive on the M'mKES ME'/'J/ 50 St.RaOF' S1\JNNI/lJ1So APpAt4ca.

Wu.. ON. deepened In the Richard, at Hronaon In the CounJmlie Court" clouds. Kroger account: and has supervised 'TH Mt r C$8 I Ij
ufflue of Kiohard A. Hronaon,
LEGAL the General :
County Juila, at hla office In the HOUM at Hartow, Florida withIn. AOV..TII..M.NT Motors Moto- Yil
nix calendar
Court Houa* at Barlow Florida, month from January IN THE el"cUIT COURT 0" ramas.

C lihln His calendar month. from th* II first, IB64 publication which I*of th*till Hal.* notloe. of. TOOl Of TENTH. JUDICIAL CIRCUIt He Is currently vice president
February '. 114, wllch le the FLORIDA IN AND FOR
date of the Tint publlnatloa of Rain dolt or demand nua POLK' COUNTY. and account supervisor on the .
b In
tutu nolle. Been' olaJm or deetendmont writing. must atate tho IN CHANdlRV.:
place of ...Id.ocean d Poet off in.addroa. NOHTOAOS Florida Citrus Commission account .
b. In rIttog bunt plate *110tIai FONCCLOaUNB lj'I
of the b.
claimant rnuiit
of sod puat office CASK NO. U7t7.Ia.Pl fjf
worn ta and be filed j
addrea of the claimant bunt be a., LOLA bUAOI.KY.:
iforecald or sloe .earn will b.tomo .
worn tet and mu t b* filed aol uintirr, 'V

come fureeald told, or .!.. .am will voidB.. 3. LANflSTONAncillary C7ARLE7'R.: BAM-BVOPR ml I 200,000 Pints

w RAY b.1 rT. AdnalnUlntorIN "ATHY I. BALjJtNQEE hip :
AdmlnI.tntorp wUe, t

c..i. INTHI CIRCUIT COURT 0.. EefendRnleNOTICB ) Of StrawberriesMove I ..........-
nAI.I.KNUlCH and
notified that the
followmir are motor hereby vehltl Ca.. N*. ,,2tt1 BOO PATSY! I. BAtLKNOKK. Ma. wife Last WeekPLANT .

i, I will 1.L b Ford.old at Berlal publIc*AJTH07S1*al,. at 11:0A FEWER MOUTUAOW AL, NATIONAl.AIIHOCIATION.a PENCil Wenrtanta AkI UAUT> ADI'RESI KNOWN RE8I- 7 'I. '/
; ,1iI ;

:' February M. o'clock, e8"Z' et the loth. Auburn'Id.l:.of I.>n II..u.nllo corporation Act of Congr.K.the orianlaed Federal and exletlne National under' Raul New"J.b.are. Sulphur hereby, OhioTou notified flprlns*that Road the, orwardlngs CITY from -the Strawberry Plant City. / /:; ', ij/j'j I /', /II ii; :; II' ,21
1' d Cara In,, tZt Mnrtiac AaioolaUon Charter oaptloned Plaintiff ha* tiled Dover area climbed close to the /1 I 1' ( //
of the al. will be ActS Complaint n aii>it ynu In thaabovi
The proreeda J> 00,000-plnt mark last week, and i//// I
of the soul Plaintiff | tried mortiiaf form-io.unlptlt I/ I
applied to the pavment
nf! retaklns, torlnc and *al* old -v_ on th* follow In i daecrlbed. Unrtu. Indications were that with favorable -
CLINTON D. FARLET at al, vine and being eltuate In Polk
motor vehicle and the coat or weather conditions this
,. Defendant.. >nnty. Florida Oo-wit: i///
of notion of aal and
publIcation the atlefartlon of the NOTICE OF SUIT Tr. Smith ir,0 font. of the Emit week would see a similar volume /

T ::rn"o due under* the contrac StATE OF" FUKLDA TOl I/I of the Northaaat H" of the or slightly higher. lI'I"ill'
with Kl. Colllnworlh. PO. Boa Clinton t). Parley and Norm :JFarley Botithea.t ',t of the Norlnweettt /
", it, Eaton Park Florida covering hi. wife and Richard E. of Section II, Townihlp (7 Monday of last week brought '1 .I I'

J, the financing of multi motor vehl Petrl and Patrltla. F.trle, hi.wlfc Bouth, Bangs II Kant accord.ln some 70,000 pints of berries to ,
whoa .. ...
.d" I I. unknown to plat thereof recorded. In M
will he lld to
: tie. Any aun'Hi"
for YOU ARE JIUREBr NOTiFIEDthat the Publlo Record of 1'olk market for the biggest day of I
and will remain llabl '
I you you a ault for mort.... ro...., County Fiorina, the thus far. w
any under balance cml contract.remainingunpaid "10....* len been filed analnit you ..nd you are rMiulrwd to aerveoopv P 1 I I'
ASHOCIATKH' DISCOUNT In the above entitled oauiei and of your Aa.war to Complaint The dally volume was lower .. ,
COKPOHAT10NBri hat you are hereby required to on the Plaintiff attorney, THOIVO during the remainder of the / j 1
Talbert Matthew erv* a copy of your anew.r orother A A RO11KRT8, P. O. IVawe / / i I __ =
week. although an of ..It C 1zu
written def III
f' 131 8 Kentucky .A... inure upon J. lakeland Florida, and file
Lakeland Fla.Lav lardU Feteraoa Jr.. plaintiff. at- h. erlvlnaj In the Offlo or the approxImately 60,000 pints a day' _
t1.rn.ywhnoe!. .dd....! It_SIT. East lerk of the Circuit Court on or
I-Ic' "' 10. ....... Lftkel"nl1. .lo.ld... on before- th* &th- d.- '" of-- -M.--."...."... ..All.,-, was established for the week. I-I ITw I Hitching posts for the buggies
NOTICa TO C..IDITORa or boror. the lilt day or March 1881. () overseas shipments of her- 10 Dead! Youths of AmIsh farm families are provided
IN THS. COUNTY JUDOI'S 18... and before or Immediately it you fall to do *o, decree pro .
COURT IN ANO FOR POLK thereafter to file with the Clerk oonfexao will\ lie entered ended riel were made by Parkesdale by modern supermarkets

COUNTY, FLORIDA of the ab.... atyivd Court the orl'*> you for the relief demanded In Farms of Dover one day carry- Believed Victims In Lancaster Pa.
IV RB: EHTATW OK teal of said anawer or enid Writtea the ComplaintWITNE8 -
MART IKENB UENMNU: dofenaea, If any. Thl nit my hand and offlHn big berries to Paris and Berlin Thet'jJ
Lcniecd .eek. to forecloee a mortgage upon teal of office at Unrtow, Polk and Thursday carrying a second t
T" All Creditor and Perton Hav- th* followlnv deacrlbed property, County, Florida, thIn Uth day i or Of Blood Thieves Thectri of the StarsPJEW
or Demand Afalnat to..1I1Lot January, 18ft. shipment to Paris.
Kalat.l II of Lake Shlpn Height.. U M SLOAN, JR. The price has remained fairly
You, and each of you are hereby I nit *', aa ahown by Map or (SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court
notified to file In duplicate all Pint thereof recorded In he D, Dorothy fiunn level during the past two weeks Stars CALI, Colombia (AP) Police ,
claim and demand which you Office of the Clerk of the Clr. Deputy; Clerk It was understood, with fruit .
11.v.pge Intl the .ealal of MART cult Court In and for Polk ly. n. continued to Investigate
1RENB DENNINO. di-eeaad. In: County, Florida In Plat Book rlnging 30 to 33 cents a pint
4* .'.... COURT OF Sunday the deaths of 10 youths
19. office of Richard A. THE TENTH JUDICIAL oh, depending upon quality. It ,
Court County lioui Judge,at at Bartow hi. Bron.on'l Inel..dlllif cf lImitation.p."lncal1 the but toilowltg nol byway OF "FLORIDA IN AND FOR remained firm as the week drewto Impel believed to be victims of a ring 12145

within ell calendar Month frontJ.nusry 11..10. of equipment FOLK IN CHANCCRV COUNTY, a close and indications were which kills homeless boys and New ShewipRocit
j to, 1881. which I. th* date Hot Point Oven
of the flrat publication of thIn 1 Model #RJP 411 Docket Ca.e 77 Me. HillS that this week would see a con- u* sells their blood to hospitals.
nolle. Hot Point Hut Page N.. 1ST of the IPaula
Kaoh rlalm or d.m.ndnluot nuatlon price figures In
b* In wrlUlIlC. muat ...t. the Model #FNK tOS A. B. CLEMENT.PlaintIff. By Carroll Righter Blood Is often sold In Colom
Place of re.tdeoce and pot oftlneaitdreee Hot Point Refrigerator general. fludsonIPrentiss
ot the .,claimant toIlet be Model *H> B-U vt4'uy'i-nt' LUGAL AOVIRTI..MaNTNOTIe. bla at $25 a quart.
..onntoindmu.tloeftIndaoat..Id. If you fall to da *o. decree pro BAtlNDITRI: and I I
4TULLA U ...UJOID."II, The bodies of the
or the sims will become Qonfe>eo will b* entered amlnatthe bIn TO CR..DITO..I youths,
"old. yuU for the r.llef d..nd..d an wife, et al I'efrnrtatitNOTICB, IN TIlE COUNTY JUDOIS ranging In ages from 10 to IS,

OUACID 19ABELtl EigHOPr Complaint. CF SALE COURT IN AND FOR dal ____ __
Executrix WlTNfcH my hand and official' POLK COUNTY FLORIDAIN nn were discovered In vacant lots
IT-MI aeal ot office at liar..., Polk Notice I. hereby Riven tint, purmant KK!:! ESTATE) OF Monday Feb. t, 1964 Dec. 21) Although
(County Florida, thin Hit day of to a final decree of foreIn.ure DR. J. D. GRIFFIN you may around Call the past four
NOTICa TO CflaOITORI January, It-el. entered In thu.hov..n. 1.iet'ceendTo GENERAL TENDENCIES have private worries, It la best
IN THB COUNTY JUDOS'* D. H SLOAN, :JR. I titled oauce In the Circuit Court All (Creditor, end Peraon. Having months.
to .
keep busy and avoid
COURT IN AND FOR POLK of Pnlk Florida getting
Cleric of County, will Claim( Long-range plans are excellentand
COUNTY. FLORIDAIV th Circuit Court aell the ,, :: yuituaee 1..1 Polk or Iximantl Again. emotional over them. Police have suspected the existence
Byt/ Llla Fountain SHld KatatatYon
RFJKSTATF Of U"Uty : County. .'Florida eorlled! al If you study carefully of the blood-selling ring
aim each of you, are hereby Good
I day to buy or sell. Be
JIEBKCCA EVA WEATHFJIFORDDeceaaed: P.ili The BlockV"South en of trrt NORTH of Lot FLOR.I In notified to file In duplloat allcielnp whatever Is required of you, accurate: where prices since last December when 12-
and d..m.nd. figures
To All Creditor and Peraona lla.- NOTICI OF APPLICATION FOP' IDA HEIGHTS, Lakeland, have aralnet the ..ntate.N.b nf Pr yo"J you can make much headwayand year-old twins disappeared for 0 a UnMK. UIASe. .
Inn Claim.. or Uemand AsalnttBald TAX DIED (Senat Bill N*. toil) Florida, according to the plat .... Riffle. dectatied. In the officeof progress Make a point to are concerned.
E.tata: Notlc. I I. hereby given: that I'lVKllHli'IKD thereof recorded In Hat nook Klohard Ai Nronaon County. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to four days, then turned up In a NEXT ATTRACTION
You. and each of you are bere. BKRVICK8. INC., IS, Part II, puhllo record of Itidffe, nt hip office. In the Court study whatever Is not entirely Jan. weakened condition. The twins
20) astute where
br notified to file In duplicate nil holder of Tai Certificate No. 108 Polk County Florida Home at Hartow, Florida, within clear: and work on it until all financial "LOVE WITH THE
tlalma and demand which you I..d the let day of JUNE, A. D at punllo Palo, to the hlthnt and cit calendar montha from February affairs are concerned. said they were kidnaped by
11 encage tnt (9 eeet.teo f RE- 1961, ha. filed earn In my olfloe heat bidder for ctih at the South I 1004, which I* the date of confusion has been eliminated. men dressed as' police officers PROPER STRANGER"
is If
and h... mad. an application fora Front liner of th polk Accuracy Imperative you
HBCCA EVA WKATUF.R 'OR1.t. County the tint publication of thl Many persons are making
tax deed to be laaued Courthoune In Hartow no. spirited to a house where there
deceaaed In tha office of Hlcl-.rd thereon Florida. tic* bach claim or demand muatbe are to get results you desire.
A. Br onion. County Judge, at hi. Said certificate embrace the following between 11:00 A M. and I:Ov P.Mon In wrttlnir, mont atat the pretty wild statements, even were other youths and given an
Hon.. Bar- dearrlbed property In the the 14th day of February. 1DA4 Carry through even though tttlb. GROVE PARK
office In the Court at piece of'r*.lrien<<* and pont officeiddrelt though unintentionally, so dou.
tow, Florida within alx oalandar County of Polk, Btat of Florida, (SEAL) n, H. 8LOAN, JR .. of the claimant mnet be blecheck them. good friends start milling In injection put them to Shopping Center
month from January id. 1911' towltNorth: Clerk Circuit Court iworn to and mu.t h* filed .. sleep.
which I I. the date of th* find pub.llcatlon ) MT Ft. ef Went 110 Ft. IT-SOT of ore."Id, or Clue camp will be- ARIES March 21 on you. __
of thin notl... Each claim nf tiKV4 of 8WU. Hectlon II, NOTiCE TO .PRINTERU. .'om* void, to April AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 'S >

or demand bout b* In wrltinc Kaat Township, II South Kama IS Notice I. hereby (Ivan that ...1. PFOPLKH BANK OP 19) Avoid that expert who 19) Using wisdom and plan Haw

moist elate the place of rnldenceand The of paid cit d.Ofwlgotr.. bed by the I.AICELANO wants to pirate your holdingsand DRIVE-IN THEATRES Shln.ha .
poat offlc. addreaa of the property ning wisely sees you gaining
Board Commlaaioner.I LAKELAND FLA.
claimant mutt be ....orn to and coder ...Id certificate la.ued ...... of County, Florida, up to By Richard N. I'.ne.Tru.1 listen to what a good. intelligent your aims with relative ease. DUN 't15-SHOW ':00 ( 0461cc
In the of JAMES SOP
fount b* filed .. aforeeald or elaeam name H. COLLINS. -
B: clock A lit. TueadayFebruary OfficerNOtlCS friend TONIGHT'S THI NIGHT
Unlea the cud certificate on suggests. Don'tbe Hard work 11I1e 1:30III
will become void keynote Cpu
11 1006 to be 1'Secuto. ,
opened TO GO OUT TO A MOVIIIM i 4111
CLYDHI I. ROBERTS ahall be redeemed according thereafter fT.M. forgetful with anyone. Keep
Immediately rmb- however. Stay at home In to law, the property deeorlbedthercln
n"-_.".. will b* cold to the hlnhe.tIdder v..u.lId ?...rend" ..,.ro.for. n furnlnhln.....r..n. nt1,,_1'olk uun. : TO DRAGLINIDIALIPS your eye on the goal. p.m., adverse 'forces are at P Shovel

( 01' 1NTtNT1ON the flrat at Monday the Courthouee In the month door on of pormi.. (See bid form and apeclcatlon ., Nolle I I. hereby (Iven that TAURUS (April 20 to May work. 2:00-S:00

TO MAKa APPLICATiON MARCH 19H4 which I. the hiddot' h.t for complete minimum .alcd bid. will ha received. by 20) Steer clear of any altercations PISCES (Feb. 20 to March r.zn f 1:00:
FOR FINAL DlaCHA..OaIn purification)
of MARdI, 1H64.. tt. Board of County: CommUaton- ::
Kl Fatal of I tOted thla 14th day ot JANUARY For further Information rommu- one of Polk County, Florid., up to now and stick to business 20) Be certain you get private ,

W.. M. "JESTER.Doeaao (P64.tONAL Afent.with Bartow.C M. Lewla Florida.Th Purcnaa-. 9:10: o'clock A.M. Tuesday Feb. affairs without taking any affairs In order early and take IITI SHOWINa AT Tl
) nary II, I IM4 to t>* opened Immediately ala IT ALL :
A* PATS AS ate
risks whatsoever.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT n. it. SLOAN jn Board reaervea the right to thereafter and publicly Make good care you do not spoil! friendships .
CONCERN: Circuit; eject any or all bkla. All bide toeneldaratf read for r'lrnl.hln" impression with fine credit
Clerk of th* Court In Folk Countvre you by some unkind word
that I b" b .
Notice I. hereby given mtiat .bmltt.dIn
of County FloridaNOTle. or more new H ruble lard
have filed my final report a. Ad- Ul1t duplicate on Old forma to befurnlahed Crawler Draillnea and on. or now have. Brook no fooling later Assist those who are 111.
mlnlatrator, C.T.A. of th* e.tat* by the County. All title
culilo from others.
mot* IlendrlxMoilitl
new 4 yard
Think of
of W. M. Jeater, deeeai.d, bet I I 0' APPLICATIO76N ahould b* enolo.ed In an envelope, I TS Bucketa. Trade-in:: alowano .1I own welfare first,
f finnldieuParg. TAX DiaD (Senate Sill NG. tae) eealed and GEMINI (May 21 to June
have filed petition "r aeourely plainly' marked I to b*. mad for one l 54Vorlrweat however
*. .rl: that I will apply NotIce ii hereby tbO\ h.\Jc'\ !.: on th* outald "Bid on, ReRlitrai Model W. N Yard Drair- 21) Get routine chores out of U Your Child II Born Today
to th. Hon. RICHARD A. BllON- Forma, ':10 o'clock A. M lIne, Kerlal Nol ITe4.1BS1HC, with' I
BON, County Juilu ofl7 lkd County holdor or Tax Certificate :No. 10ft.I..uod ueaday February II, 1864" Calorplll..r IDOlS .owrr Unit .nd the way quickly so that you you must make It a point &1
Florida, on the oFebruary the let day of JUNK A. D, Ordered In open .....Ion on Janary fndcl TS Hendrlx 14 Tard Bucket can then make progress with that
.pprovof see your progeny
1984 for ef IM1, hat filed earn In my office 17. 1864. ]
b between the
mar e'en .
the acme and for final dl.charse .nd h.. made .n application for (8RAU hour of I:00 Alt to S:00 F.M, Ideaa you have in mind. New gets about with othersof
.. Admlnletntor C.T.A. of the a tea deed to b* la.ued thereon. (algned) WItHER McCUTCIIEON contacts be
londny throiixh Friday can helpful.
by the
.atat. of W. ... Jeater. deceaacd Said certificate embrace the folDounty Choir.nom Mr con- very same age, since there
actlnr Oiicar Fulta at Prone fteUGLY
ThIn llth day of January, 1814. InwIng dr.crliond properly In the (lined) D, II. SLOAN, JR. No. 611-1111, Hartow, Florida,
/*/ JAMK8 P. HAHNAdmlnlatrator. C.TA. of to-wlti of Polk, Btate of Florida IT.IK19. Clerk .'oml,'et* minimum rpeclflcatlnniea your health. sort of recluse in this Interesting -

th. ..t... of W. M. PlAICE J LOT IS LAKH IN TOOl CIRCUIT COURT T"NTM Kid,) Form and Opeotficatlon0l'ect. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 chart. He or she will

Jeater Deceased NILI.M TOWNCIIII'1 COHHr. BBCT10N 11 JUDICIAL CI..CUIT, IN AND FOR For further Information Pomunlcal to July 21) Seek out the learn to control temper quickly IIMER1CRN'e.srwieCOLOAA
vr.iiIN > SOUTH POLK COUNTY FLORIDA. with ('. M ......1.. I'ur.
RANUffl 14 EAST. sources that have data you require which ls a necessary part An Otto Premlngcr Film
THE: CIRCUIT COURT 0' .. TV CHANCERY KO *174 -l> 10 hanlnir Aiient Hartow, Florid. lusrodi
THE TgNTHJlJDICA4.CiCUIT.. meet certificate of tald pnnporlyunder .d wan DIXIHI ACCBPTAMCB The Board reeervva the right 'nNJ..I but don't take any of the process of adjustment, \:
IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, CORPORATION any or all bid. The Board chancea of sort. Real .
In the name of ALKXANDKMlCAK1KR. any expert and the future then can be
FLORIDA. IN CHANCSRV. Plaintiff rt hI award the
Unlae the Mid c.rtlfi- ,, lid"r..tbu: ...t.r Rocket can be most helpful at
Cat* No. 271t-U.4 I the very successful especially In :i SHOWN aT Pee ONIVI
iat. eh all be redeemed according
JERRY nl'MSELL .nd to the low..t andlnr b"'l bid It It STARTS THURSDAY
FEDERAL NATIONAL this time You avoid
MOKTUAura A8HOC1ATIOV, to law. the property de.crlbedtherein WINN1IO SUE RUBSELU I. found to b. to the Hoard'. .d. get the field of acting, art. etc. CLARK GUll

a corporation orranlaed under .t will the be Courthouae aold to the door hlirheatbidder nefcndanti v..nt.u TO ", .k. PcI'aret..wu.rd.A" ting Involved with silly per. LANA TURNER
an act of Congreia and eil.t- on NOTICE OF SUIT bid. 4* b* nildrd mutt b..ubmltt.d *
I..g pu..u.nt to the ....1.1'.1 the tint Monday In the mom or IN TUB NAME OP TIlE STATE In trlplleat on hid sons. CONSUL NAMED "BETRAYED"TONITI
National MortfHg A* ucltlon MARCH. 1 64. which. la the! Ind Of FLORIDA 10, JKRKT IKl'SWKt.L >, forma to b* furnlKhed liy the LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) _
d., of MARCH, 1 4.Iiated LONDON The 00'011
on -
County. All bide .honld b. Foreign
Charter Act, of and WINNIE' BUfc.RL'HBh.l.U en. True harmony can be established -
thl 14th JANU.
day cloatd In .
a '
PlaintIff : Ko.lil"nc. Unknown envelope plainly Office named Mildred Forrester
ANY, IUI4. I marked th. outalde "Hid with associates
v_ and laM known adilreea unknown: on on provid.
ROBERT KAUTZ el al. BEAD) You are hereby notified that H yard r>....lIn.., I:30 o'clock ed attention :58, to be Britain's consul in
ItefendantN,, Clerk D. H :r1fhN I JR.;,1I 'ourt null ha. been hroimht analnat jon \. AM Tueaday, February. II, 19ft." you pay no to Cuba. Officials said Saturday I
Ordond In remarks of relatives.
NOTICE OF SUIT lbs Circuit Court for Polk 0 pinpO.Ion on jealous
of 1'olk County, Florida In TMXIh.ACCEPTANCM : January M I <4algned she will be the first woman consul I
BTATB OP rLOKLDA TO IT-871 ountv. Chancery by Don't fear to make those big AND TUESDAY
Alvin 8. Hyrum and $.....tI. Mar- CORPORATION ( ) Wl1.M McCDTCHEON In Havana. __ i
Pee Byrum hi. wife, *hoa* ad- NOTICI TO JEEP PICKUP ned wherein you ape named .. De- ("h.lrln.n deals. Take pressures In your
dreeileuOkfloCTi TRUCK DIALERSNotIce ndanta In a molt to forecloM a (.lined) D. H. SLOAN. JR.BRAL stride. PIPTlVi.ue.eowlnee"THE"T T 0* AND 19 I*
YOU AHI3 HKIIEBY NOTIFIED I. hereby given that pualed urtitai. on neal mat. In Polk Clerk AT THE THEATERS loaa* aiLaN eoi *
that a putt for l1I..rt.... for*. hIde will b* received by the Bound County. Florida, which laid retat. ..1 ( ) VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) THI HAUNTED PALACE"

cloaure lump been filed aaalnat you of County Commlaalonera of Polk ... to deacrlbed a* follow, to (T-eoit Looking at work ahead of you 'LMLAND D5tVS.1n4 .... _
In the above entitled cauael and< (County Florida up to S :10 o'clor" ..It I NOTICS; TO TRUCK DtALS oday and Temorro*. ruv. ".NC. P.CS IN COLO",
that you are hereby required inpetvs A. M. on Tueaday, February 1IHI4 Th. EMI lit feet of the W.tT hereby ben that In objective fashion sees it out lw" uid : Ralaa ii nletpOHOVI *.-> AL. .T .'.. ONLY
a copy of your anaw.r odoleneet rlI..dln to. be opened Immediatelythereafter .. font !... the eolith ZIP feet .",I tld: will be received by trHoarit of the way quickly. Be ? *
other written upon Jon and publicly read for of th. 8 4 of the HE'4 of the of County Commlaalonere very Tod.r"tbrou.u wedn.edwi TIM Cardl. .SUVE"

... .... Jr. rialntlffie furnlHhlnr County one or NW-i of Section 17, Townahlpt ,if Folk! County "., to enthusiastic where new systems ae LAtlnAND Delve-Is
< addreta I* ut9Kept more IM4 drive, inc South, Ham II Cant Polk olin o'clock A r.Ff : y."PF. are concerned. You clingto LaIr Sour.POLk IN COLDS _
Lrm. Strait! lakeland, Flor- ton plikup truck (Hue bid fo.m County, Florida. l... the. Ka.t uarr II, 19ft, to b* opened Immediately Tedapndyoumno'Tho:: ;
lila on or before the 41.h day of end epeolflcation heat for oomplet.peolflratlona tt feet .nd the Morth. IS feet thereafter and publicly old-fashioned methods too THB"T'. .
March 1004. and before or Immediately minimum .) Trade for puhllo road and eubjwt .to read for forninhin to Potk strongly. Today Verltff threuih Sport. Saturdan .Y.. F.-
thereafter to file with i nplinwunOe to 0'. ", .d.. f..r our a 10 foot epic. .>nt alone the nne or 01cr. r. one tee (neck: OXV 'TMtATtB Metre) 2
till Clerk of th. abov* atyled Court IUt Will,. Jeep pickup Serial No W..' boundary for ua* by pub- rib and rh.entu I only (For cornl.Ict LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Today .ndTouuocr.w'"Jthone Cool" Ti : : I MORINITESI doris day
the orliclnal of laid anawerupon 0. 05261 61D4V ... power take off and Ito and prlval utllltle mtninum ei'ificatl one Pee Get professional treatments "* siTLVaV ioh-wMi. 7v m'1"xl.r
acid written def enee.. If eny. Thia winch vitl.'h will b* retained I b> and you are bervhy required to Bid"one and $pccllh'elIon ehetl > "Vueo144 LAiTW lames garner
...It ...h to foiwei. a morta.I. tll" t.ounl": err* upon WMVHTFIN, WHNBKHO For further Inrorm.tlon corn.munlcate this a.m. that Increase feel- Palaee and" and Tomorrow Th. Blare
-th*--following d.ecrlbed pro| For further Information com WEINSTEIN, I'lalntifr.ttorney. I with C. AI, 1ewle. Purchoeing Ing of well-being. Take care OtHI* CITII ice-sale, pally bergen
to-wlti munloate with C. M. Lewi, Purchaalnr .. whon addreaa I. 161 Stleorc A..nt ttaniuw. Florid.. ACBURNOALB Dal. T...
lit S In Block "D" of Commeroe Aitent. Bartow, Florida I ( Street it Aucuatlne Florda Tb. Tte.rd II'. ci ht tocci you don't Jeopardize security a.1' and Opcritlon ; ,:.t..r .-----

Park, Hartow, Florida, Th* Board reaerve the rlicht to your .ocr or written He- ,.. r'ii'bl .. All bide tohe later. What seems ImportantIn AVOW Y"m PARK......-.. UUaa.: "Voder the Tao
All bid fenei. If to the complaInt In .0..ld..d. mu.t b. "movedurling"
according to the plat thereof reject any or all bid any uubtnitt.din BAR row Outdoor'TwIn. Told
recorded la Plat Book 16, page t* b* *nildred muat b. *tib. ould k.u and to flu pantS with the' dualloat an bid form to b. a.m. proves to be so to- Talc..' and- -.Pi..... Not Now'
20. publln record of Polk mltt.d In uplleat on bid forma of thta Court no or beforeFebruary furnished by the Count). All bid. night. HAINU C'ITY-L. H ln..: "W ID" ;o er.
Florida.If 10 b* fumlihed by th. County. Al S7, 11181. which day and hould lop enclosed In an envelopeecu of U,. World" and Lu.t lo Kill" .
County, SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. LAOS WALKS. -CUM "Charad.' "
fall to do *o, decree pro bide ehoulil be encliwed In.o.n-d.t. la hereby fined .. the Return rely Pealed and plainly marked '
Clonf..o you will b* entered, a.aln.t elope., ..('u..l, ended and plainly Day of thla Notice to Appear. 1 1 on the out.ldniil. on on* t"n 21) It will be to your benefitIf "III.C'ITY..ltol.. of the ...on."TI..:'. Price"sod
for the relief demanded In marked on the outalde "Bid 01 ,you fall to do ao a Uevr. Pro t.uck. cab and rhneal only, S Iii show PL ;rdf.ll-!!tarllle. 'Worn.* *f tee -..-
you particular
fee Pickup '' >0 celOckA. onfeeao will b* entered aoalnath o'clock AM. Tunday, February you regardfor ; Port OB.I. '
the ComplaInt.tVVI'NEi and official I M. February 11.kj9i." you f..r rllf demanded In the it, 1)44." kin now. Evening Is best SKBRIKO-Florid.' "Wbo. Boa _.-
my hand ; Ordered In .Ion :Janury Inv In aly Bed?" .. .inn nin mam.M ana'man Mi
Polk Ordered In *. .Iun on Janulgne open
anal ot office at Bartow. "WITNESS official spent in study to Improvesome SEBHINO Oioni "Pyre ttie Ma*
of 27 my hand and P IS, 1Pm without a rac. and Mo thr. access ac is
Florida thl Slat day ary oiLy
County., d)'wlLMKR McCUTCHBON ,coot thla Sird dnir of January, 19<4I (Isrud) WIL.MFR McCUTCHEON special skill. Harmonyat WADCHULA- terllt* 'Who'i MlaalM" connor.r !!

Janu ,19.. lJJ SLOAN JaClerk Chairman >. H. SLOAN, JR.Clerk Chairman home means success In out the UMr.F" .tod'The' H".r.r.." SATAPI NEVER SLEEPS' -.--..-........
of the Circuit Court (ala-ned) flH. SLOAN. JR. WINTFft HATKN-Kite, Who'. Pe.uDulen _.
: of the Circuit Court (lined) 1'. II. BLOAN JR. Blrrplni In My B4|? 15C0 CiliA IXPOSCI -
1'r ,., Lila B. Io'ountelo Clerk Polk County. Florida enU4t5 er world. WINirn HAVRM H.y.n I Wm, POSO, CitIes, WPinI i =:::::::: ::::
(SEAL: ) Ital:
Deputy Clerk (SEAL) (SEAL) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to en of th."World ud 'filwre iI Oiteecspg
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LEDGER Monday, Feb. t, IK4 11

What' your proW m? For fIZOk1N..

en.ral reply writ to r.I rc

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DEAR ABBY: Just before Christmas two women cam Into he usually breaks It at the last minute with .
some phony alibi
the launderette and covered all the tablet with wrapping paper but she always forgives him. How can we get her to realize ti'r n"INEL :. t 1HErl z SENDING YOU DOES THE PRESIDENT / i GO TO LONDON flI'LL j

ribbons etc., and while their clothes were being washed they that she is wasting her time? ABROAD TO GET hfOU our SEND THE SECRETARY LEARN ALL THEIR
wrapped Christmas gifts. When clothes
politely If I could
use one of the tablet to fold my sheets and DEAR CONCERNED Don't waste yours. Apparently the RESENT THAT!: THE WAY ? PICK UP SOME I
blankets. I can't quote their replies, but I guarantee you that girl likes "ool-llotll the kind that goes Into a sweater and CUTEmiCHSl
II these women had been men I would have punched them both the kind that II pulled ever the eyes. THERE/'r

right In the mouth. When my wife saw the laundry alt wrin *
kled and unfolded her face got as red 'as her hair. She said DEAR ABBY: I can't understand how women who don't A
I should have called the owner of the place or the police. Ilaid earn any money of their own can go around bragging about

a gentleman wouldn't have done such a thing She said the "gifts" they give their husbands A nonworking wife gets

when a woman shows that she is'no lady, a man It relieved of every dime she spends from her husband doesn't she? So, I

the obligation to act like a gentleman We'd like your opinion Isn't it the same. buying him a gift with HIS money? 11 r m' dt3Ja


DEAR PHILt A gentleman acts like a gentleman even DEAR JERRY Not necessarily. If a wife can save a liltle LI

when a woman acts like a slob. A woman would never try to out of the grocery money by cartful budgeting and frugal aNr.orr. s w c..4,_,
pull tbat stunt on another woman buying, the money she saves Is hers. And If she wants lo

spend It on a gift for her husband It's a gift In every sense of
laughingstock of the dorm CONFIDENTIAL" TO MARCIA S. AND BEV C.I No one Is t ALL WITH THAT BUILT-IN ?

because this boy has been playing her for a sucker all year. compelled to prove his Innocence. The burden of proof Is on Y .1A JJ.VJ LASER BEAM Of HERS"

He dates other girls, and when he does ask her for a date. the accuser. 0. 5 /4. 0

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C-eo-w.koU. Mmlaa Ta4ay OaM Oar 48 Footed vase
T e-W.k.V... _..... T<.... .umhlna, Ainu. Oao Da. 5 Sea In Asia' King gear ,
t ,_ii*.*,m.... T..... M..... ...... Oaotf 0.. I ;: Incident
.Ti4t. :::Cark' : '" '" !..... Ha'ckta. ..Bvant. Oaotf. O.Y Slackened BellowsT4 I
a 0-Caat. ...-..-..-.*-. 1'*.... Miekx Ivan C.... .......... Soviet river 37 Sculls 53 Topper
a .5-c... ........ TN.Y M ..... C.
..1ft-:.... Kn..._ Tad. _CarMan.."*" C.... .....!.N 15 Sleeveless 38 Prune 56 Mllne's "By I II
.......... 1
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garment 39 Against: failing oft the
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.:Ica-A_.:N'.WC.rb.nrl/In-F. 16 Barrel part prefix _" t'r:11T
,0-..... ,. IT Liveliness 40
.!.e.-R..Mr.awm ."Mw.. CNWnr/II. Mo.. Bargain 59 Trouble
_aa ka Wallae. Waya *aann Laaaoni Mav.aI 19 Find fault events 60 Babylon abode
*,II-M:ka wallac: M.r:a aant. LaM>na May.aO 20 River 041 MEANWHILE Kt *iOMAr C APARTMENT..
fti Wartf Fr Wr (el pacamfcar r ri Leva Military ot the dead *
| Lv v : : I ) Loan I wANTtD TOI'D HAVe K DINNER DAta
|sea-I Lay C;. Wara PN v r lc> Oaeamfcar u. Lava :: J-HT
Spanish assistant 62 Disrobed Use TO BET 1DGerHe TAU WITH YOII TOO TCMIOHT, wwntv': HOW tout YtWI AftO YOU PIP (k IT MAY NCR
.5t." -Th.. Matw.MoO.w O.n C......tratian nw.YM MIN fra.. I.I.. RehTM* Tha 'Mepr.McCo.. 21 Venetian 42 Untidy person 604 Gnawing tl WITH NDU Ab e00.M PObOiCtE, ALAN!.. MAY' ABOUT TOMORROW TKEMeNPOU 706 ON WHITEY FOIMW AS EA Y i iME
::::: GIN.. Mwn; L.4/d O.N1 b Np Ol.ew taxi v o4J Cry of mammals r! OOVERKIOR Z HAVE QUESTIONS DROP >Y VOURM EVENING 1 ,bAEW.' I WANT YOU ID WORK L3 l
11.IN!_a..OINw... MNma.LInY.;' /!!I..OY. / /1----O a OINY._ 23 Cloth weariness 65 1O WHICH I NEED ANSWERS'! NOME TONIGHT4'r 1 EOUMIY A5 HARP ON THE JUP&E'YBM
--- Busy Insects
measure 44 Tendon 66 Widow's f i

tf. DISPATCiHE'D: :ERVI- 24 Choppers 45 Cellar: cnta 67 Over f 'sYM'L oral KIca

RADIO- 26 Anglo-Saxon comb: anc. fi8 Slave :
coin arch 69
Soviet union ati
Near /I* four Phone te'lr' : I '

TV Ste,.. ""I. Cel.r TV SpecialityIi DOWN r! at

*>*rt Service .. Appli.4.1 6> Air Condition' *')
1 Awakener 22 Clayey earth 48 Game bird

Ar.: .-. NITE & DAY TV 3 2 Negatively Tutelar deities 25 reindeer Species of 47 Thinly scattered P'It TP !r i 1 r

Open 8 AM.9 P.M. Phon. 686-2176 charged 27 Reaches 49 German

particle 29 Oregon seaport .. --
TOMORROW AFTERNOON 4 Sheep capital 50 Fertile desert
11'M-sew of Ll/er/ IX tavn Kan M... ALL TMC YFARSOf
II 12 in ls.-i i j..gti va T a4 mrr Li ..w Truth lit IIMN.NfM//tl Or C..._ ftavan rathar ..(.......L.T.--. .. 7 6 Footless Precipitates. 31 The Emerald 51 Japanese YOU'RE LOOKING FOR FUN TO WATCH HC'& LIABLE TO BITE) PLEASURE
12.. -OuMlint l>.ht Truth Or Can_. ........ ......!u..,,. Isle assemblies AN UNUSUAL PET Jl' i MY HEAP OFF' x. HC WILL HAVE <
;: ::GWiT.lli ..... S..-..-N M... I,.;e-of'L'f.- animal 32 Go by bus 52 Church rOL-'j-4.- GIVEN YOU "
Haw. M a...of M.r. L... of L.f. 8 Cotton fabric 33 Small ? fL /
Turn* ...tN Oruch Nawalin* Marl Tur4 dignitary == !
1.4B warM Turn and...arf_Grmvcttm_ i'!r?.TM.; _W!rl,<...Turn_!- 9 Part of a moat :34 Impetuous 53 Sunken fence P'"
_.._. ..... Ann ....._.
Coot (I.> Katlicrri )
2 l_.....a r1 Mak. Caal {I.> Ann ...h.... .>._._< Philippine 35 Exclusively 54 Desert dweller =
'WM_.......|> .... _.... Day ... c.ur 10......... native 36 Above 55 Edible
7.a-NOw..rb !!!., 0!!bw... On In Cw!! N.uwNrlY_ root
j "." M. Truth---L_'. 1'_-.. 0......, Maaaital-Tall tha Truth 11 Be frugal 37 Hawaiian 57 Subway C' JWHO J-
I -T.I/ tho Truth L...... Vault. Oanvral, 10......, T.n.... Truth 12 Wicked Island 58 Individuals ... '
ae-aeN N Nnnl rw any: fw Day ae.a Mi.htauta _
l..a-421, NN.hl_ Yw DM1_ ;::I. -Ouwn tan D.l4,_;L N.nrtl:00. 13 Small valley 40 Used money 61 Bulgarian coin
..N.aWM 0..... T..'.........- ...sal fWMtl 18 Dyeing 44 River InFranca vl Il IlLt'
.{-...... .WM M..h 0..... .T........._ ..awl N..M 63 Texas institu I
,o-U..... WNI U...,. .ruw ...,.......... MNr .IIMauneb apparatuses lion: Init. ,
w.-.U! -OwM D... M..ow Mou. 01....... O..k D... Solution
1 lo Puzzler
1'If-OuN 0... M..... Meow 01........ Ou.k D... "
1la-Craw M a..vN c_.fw.. 01._... ..... aZ C"L
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R a FNGTH XOEF NDGTZAYesterday's .

RANGES FREEZERS WASHERS DRYERS R T R A : H l o s Malfunction of heat median- o

,ISLE E TAT Y OTT 0 ism causes casualties
H n y'r M MWNO

March Named Soviets WillingTo 9/1/64; I nAb.

Lease Planes '
Red Cross

MOSCOW wv-The Soviet Union .
President announced Saturday It i Is
Johnson Saturday proclaimed willing to lease airliners to any 4 DEAN HFRSEN JULIaTT WATCH, AND THOSE 105 DEAN! W -
March as Red Cross month and foreign company. zj MeeOtN ANNOUNCED HAS No: PEEN IN AIR PURCE JOE,00 HOLD
urged all Americans to honor I The move Is apparently part I Scott ooe ILEN DIO REODIRLD JtTHOUALIFlLD .COTD HAND''
the organization "to the limit of of the intensive campaign to AC A COO. ? OP TIME! rI

their capability by participatingIn secure foreign exchange urgently I DIDATE IAILRUFEN We fNQN, tl !, ni pas I
and strengthening its work," needed to pay for wheat ; ,.

The Ret' Cross regularly conducts and other Imports.WEDU.TV.Channel.
1 1r
a membership fund.raising I / ro y Po' 4e /7,

drive during March. 3

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OXFORDLUMBER .MII ''N..a mO 11 ; t I/ /

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: 1100-...... aavriftyla
: QUALITY .1.. -..... otl Just tell us how much money you needto '
TOMORROW MORNING pay bills, for home improvements car T I cur S .NJ6T eAN 'TNIM Now He s rRYIhIG
: rasa-Pw5 awnwM. DID SERGE LOOKING KNOrY 1 FIdLRE our zrnl''Clr
2 why
JOHNS-MANYILLE .1-I_.l. filar. repairs vacations for all seasonal
1u -Himeal. InHrltMKieal your FIND You, ALl AVER The I NIDINb!

FIBREGIASS 1100-1'0.II .I-Poo.'Mw/4bI, ..... ...._ expenses Phone for prompt service EEe1Let wll .LACE II

INSULATION 11.. ,0-.a--u......_NnWr In A.aM LOANS UP TO $600
11 II-M. NE IiA1EuP

FOIL TOMO..OW ars.ooNIa M r 1AaNORY jW
1/-MUnaN InWIwNfl A
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Feet' __O-Mua, .al.. Intavlual.........
Stop "en. High 1
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li/fi Keep Ceel r .-.... M.IoWsun.I an.a4.
Summer 1.1-MN.N'_ of ..._ SERVICE INC.
to .a-wor' co ,
1.a-OOO. P............ wNNi

510 WIST MAIN i io..IMianto'aorwNNl..Ifltarli... of lakeland r
PHONE MU 2.2191 UU .. .0-'"a f..........__ 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor . MU 2-7183 2-1
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I "OAt: :*. I Rotloa In,,DIMEPS s1itltV iwn that aeale HAD STOPPED

l t. 0 p !: hide will b* roivd by th. Board: Jet Brought Be Speaker SPEAK/NO/

I TAX DUD (&*...'* Bill N*. 1.tNMk ) of Oountv Commlnalnnera of Poll
I* hrebr irlven County, Florida, up to S:III .0.10thA.
VltlRBlFIBD BKRVICKS.tb.\J.I:1; : M. on Tueeday February ii,
holder of TaT Certlflcat No u, IPSO, to b* opened Immediatetherenfter I : To West BerlinBERLIN At Ad Club Meet

, laauad th* of JUNE), A 1). : and tiubllrly! read to
1 1, ha* r1rd earn In my offlc furnishing to Folk County two o, Malcolm M. Barnum, vice
mor 1H64 H ton pickup truck'
and ha mad an apiilloatlon fort (AP-Flre-scsrred
a deed to b. fitauad thereonHa (He* bid form and Speeiflostioosheet ; ; president of Campbell Ewsld

Id certlflcat embrace. the folowlnir cltlcatlon\ for complat) ., allowance minimum ap.tb -, remains of a jet training plane! Co., the advertising agency cur

County 1''" 1k.4s'::*. l Florida In th' mad for lOt Btud.baker pickup that carried three American of- rently handling the Florida Cltrus -

..rlliHouth For truck further Mend Information Pin flcert to their deathi under Soviet Commission account wa
tie Ft. of North IJO Ft.
of Weat 110 KU of NK1 ofHWK m"nloAI. with C. M. Lewla Pur the principal
fire were trucked Into Wn
chasing Agent Bartow, Florida.Th
of 8WU, Section S, speaker at.
Townablp, II South, Hani* ISKaat mint* any Board or reienei all blda. the All I right bids tb t: Berlin Saturday for study by; meeting of the

The .eamnt of Mid twp.rtyuiidrr **nalderd least b. aubmltt U.S. Air Force Investigators. AdvertisingClub
In uplloate on bid forma to b
In the *nun ald certificate of 'JOHN lemixl I. WALK.woo furnished by the County All bid The largeit fragments of the 0 f Polk
, 1<:R, a I. Un)... the aald certlfl .ahould be eled enoloeed and In plainly an anvdopeeourely market. unarmed twin-engine T39 trainer County at noon A 7t.W.7Qff,0lSMAg4ClWSThgrttZ itIIStt/ sWATS A4MIAr
rat* thOU b* redeemed aoooixlln acwGOetoOThMTAXiWG -
I to law the property dmcrlbeitherein on the outeld "Did on plcku were its sweptback wings. today in the WAMBE9I ANOUONSpARCAUIE9rr tc.4PT1ViSfi
truck, I 10 o'clock A. M.
will b* eold to th. hl,bf>a : Tueaday privste dining C $7'15A ? NPS '/

' bidder at th* Courthoue* door otli February Ordered 11 In,open IN4...ilo' on January One had been torn away In the room at Morrison' I 9 : THERE'S BTEU NO JUNStt
) flint Monday In the mon* oMARCH air WAR FOR VtAKSVvVIAr -
I?, lOtt over Communist East Germany Cafe
1t4. ...hlrll1. Ind .
: 4 k
! (signed l ) WILMRR MoCCTCIIEONClerk IIl4f
day of MARCH. into, 1 ("b.lrnl.n during the shooting terla.HI. JJ' .A

ART ated 1M4.tHICAL thla. lUll day of JANU feigned) 1>. lt.WAN, JR.OPAL Tuesday. address 4 : r'f

) Using two trucks a six-man was on "
r>. M. HLOAV jn ( ) BARNUM ;?
U.S. Air Force team
Clerk of th* t''lrlt I ; (Tour iU.661NOTIC. transport Four I'. Adirerftnlng. :

of Polk County, Florida, TO CRSOITORS' ed the wreckage In from the ." Barnum started In ( ,

I .&70. COUNTY IN JUDOS'THE COURT crash site near the village of the advertising agency buslneis V4.L

IN NOTICt Tilt COUNTY TO CoiDifots JUOOSt IN AND FOR Vogelsberg, about 60 miles Inside with MacManus, John and Ad' _

COURT IN AND FOR IN POLK RIO KBTATB COUNTY OF, FLORIDA"' East Germany and 12S ama as a writer and account /J :;
IN KBFKTATB! OfKBTUKAJiA. ORLANDO H. KIRK miles southwest of Berlin. executive. He baa worked for / J

WILSON1)epaar.d To All Creditor and Peraona Dcaaei. Hay.log Investigators probed the d.. such clients as Dow Chemical :

To All Creditor and Peraon II.v. Clalma or Demand Abbot brts for information that might Co. and 3M (Minnesota Mining

hIlt claim or Dumanda A"uII.ttoul" Said ItistabepYou shed light on why the plane and Chemical Co.) u1frL
and each of you, are hereby -
KulatetYon notified to file In duplicate eli which cruised at 500 miles an Barnum joined Campbell.
and ea h of you, are ,ncreb,
notified to file In dlll ' oil 'have claims attalnxt and demand the eiut which of vrl.ndo'H. you,' hour strayed across the Iron Ewald nine years ago. He has SlT1HAT IN MreCIItT Mt I :

ilalma and demand wrlch yo Curtain on its flight above the been account executive the MAKES MErJ CURB
5,IIv0510 not the UU Of KE'IU Kirk deoeaaeri, In the office on so sruMsjiMfi.' APPEARA.MCS. I ... I

llAMA W1LHUN dopeaced In the of Judie)lli, hard at his A.offlc hronion.In the Count(100,1Hotjee clouds. Kroger account and has supervised elF' vas r I
off Itof Hlohard A. U..n.I'ount :
the General
LtOAL AOVtHTItlMENT Motors Moto- y
Judge, at hi. office, In the. at Bartow Florida, within
Court Hou. .t Bartow Floflnn 'nil calendar tnontha from January IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or ramas.
month. II, IK64" Whirl. I* tba dale ofth THE TSNTH JUDICIAL
Mhln alz calendar froi CIRCUIT
February I, tOte wMrh I. th_ flrat puhlloatlon of tbl. no Or FLORIDA, IN AND FOR He Is currently vice presidentand
dot* of Urn flrat pulilloailnn othla tics. Earls clulro or demand must POLK COUNTY. account supervisor on the t

nolle. Bach claim or daman plac be In of writing realdanc muat state cub.address the. IN CHANCERY.: Florida Citrus Commission account
tnuat b* In writing most *tat* th. and poet MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE IJ'
tier, of r*ldence and poet off ire of tba claimant, mont be CASE NO. il fj ;
worn to and muat be filed I
b. aeaforeaald LOLA '
ddreaa of the claimant mutt UKADMCT!:
la will b.
pr earns '
worn to and bust b* filed a* com void, PlaintIff, ,
afureaalil or .)I.e *am* will t*.
""m. void ('lfAltt.E7'R, BALUTVOER: and I 200,000 Pints
Ancillary Admlnl.tnloJ'U
W. RAT FORYNRIIAdmlnietrstor .601 PATSY L BALLBNUEK, kbTfeedents .
""., I

,.-t11'I ___ IN THE CiRCUIT COURT' 01'TH. Of StrawberriesMove ......... ,,- Os
Von hereby notified that thetolhwnll FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY CHARLr-S: R. BAU.KSUKR: and
ar motor vehMat1D5I Cat 1'1. (282S.SI.Mw PATSY I. BALI.KNOKH. hid wIfe,. Last WeekPLANT

I. 1 will b*Ford acid, at Herlal publlo#H9AIT1I07 aal. at II.W MUKTOAUB A8HOC1ATION.a \ ANI> ADDRK88I, ; 7; /01/0 'ft//1-.31

I A M. o'clock on the 10th day of corporation orcanlaed under .r1.\'a\ Sulphur Hprlnf Road, CITY Strawberry -7/// :
an Act of Con and New OhioYou
grene cutting
19)14 at KrecTI UaedCara. from the
February. orwardlngs Plant City-
Auburn- minuant to the Federal National are hereby notified that the : Mr' .
KrliUer Avenue I
\ dHl 7 Florida.Th 1 Mortfac Aaaoolatkin Charter mptlnnixl Plaintiff ha. filed a Dover area climbed close to the /

proceed of the Ml will be Act, Complaint. airalnit you In the above 200.000.plnt mark last week, and ,,;%, "
Plaintiff styled mortgage foreclnaur* *u ,
I applied to the payment of the coot I Indications that with fav. =
1' on Its following daacrlbed lands. were
of robbing, storing end isis of
told motor vehicle and the coat of, CLINTON VARlMr *t al, I lying and being situate In Polk orable weather conditions this ;'Wf 1'n' / i/f I
publication of notice of Ml. and Defendants.NOTICE County, Florid. o-wlti e ep/4
than to the eat Infect Ion of the OF SUIT IT* South H>0 feet or 1tb.* Rent week would! see a similar volme 7t
\ lialanc* due under th* contract STATB OK .'UOHU>A TOt I/I of the Northeaat H or the or slightly higher.
Clinton I). Parley and Norma 3. 8outheaet' of the NorlhweetU
with Kl Colllnaworth, FO. Hoi S
tl, Raton Park, Florida, covering Parley. his ,,'If., and Richard E of Section II. Townahln.. fj Monday of last week brought 1'I
f. th* flnanclnr of Mid motor velil Petrle and Patricia. petrle, bill South, Ran*. II Root ai-cord- some 70,000 pints of berries to
wife, whoa addreai !. unknown. log to plat thereof recorded In
will b paid to
fie Any .ur.lue *
for YOU A HE JIKKEBV NOTIFIED the Public Record of Polk market for the biggest day of ;
you and you will remain liable !M't.00'I I
il tnat a cult for mortgage fore.rloeure County Florida
i I. balance remalulnf uno.' the season thus far. /9irL4'4rj9/l
any ha* been filed airalnat youth end you are required t.. serve / ?
; under calri 000trerLASllt'TATF.ll
DISCOUNTCtlHPOHATlON ,in abov. entitled oauiet and COPy or your Answer to Complaint' The dally volume was lower

that you are hereby required to un th* Plaintiff attorney, TROI- during the remainder of the //,-, 1 : : :
Talbrrt Metthnw.lIt eerv* a copy of your' aniwer or ANO A ROBERTS P.O. Drawer ;. /.a.thL2I I
f Dpi 8 Kentucky A**, other written dot sates upon J. 12.. lakeland Florida. end file week, although an average of .
Lakeland, Ha.f Hardln feler.on Jr.. plaintiff at. the original in the office of the approximately 60,000 pints a day
torney, whine addreea li Ill EaatKtreet ,Clerk of the Circuit
'..... Court on or
-' LJme Lakeland Florida, on before- the_u_ 6th_on dew_. _. 10'n -bleecK-_._. .Altote. ..-. was established for the week. Hitching posts for the buggies
NOTICE TO Cl'IlOITOAa or .before the 4th day of March Two overseas shipments of berries 10 Dead Youths of Amish farm families are pro
IN TIlE COUNTY JUDOtVS 19U. and before or Immediately If you foil to do en. decree' pro .
COURT IN AND FOR OLK thereafter to file with the Clerkof oonfemo. "lll h* entered. etuinei were made by Parkesdale vided by modem supermarketsin

COUNTY. FLORiDA the above atylod Court the orig you for the relief demanded Inthe Farms of Dover, one day carryIng 4 Believed VictimsOf Lancaster, Pa.
lJll OlE: .JIITAT 010 inal of cald answer or sold written Complaint.WITNESS .
MARY JitENIII INtlWcraeod defenses, If any. This ault m, hand and officIal berries to Paris and Berlin The

[ peeks to forecloe a mortgage upon cool of office at Ufirtow, Polk and Thursday carrying a second TAeofr of the Slats t
T. All Creditors and P..on. lice.ig the follow Ingourlbed property, (aunty, Florida, thla mi day of Blood Thieves *
<'mime or lli.msode Agulitetbuld to.wll, January, IP8' shipment to Paris.
BelalelTou Lot II of Lake Shlpp Holitht, I>. H SLOAN JR The price has remained fairly 1
and each of you are r....- Unit #9, aa shown ty Hap or SEAL) Clerk of circuit Court 1
by notified to fll. In duullcat all Mat thereof recorded: In th. By I>oroth, Runn level during the past two weeks Stars CAL!, Colombia (AP) Police -
claIms and demand which you (Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Deputy ClerkIN It was understood with fruit
have aualnat the eitate of MARY Court In and for Polk ty. continued to investigate
IRENM DKNN1NO d..e..ed. In County, Florida, In Plat Hook bringing 30 to 33 cents a pint OWNfOWNOpell
IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT deaths of 10
the office of Richard A. Uronion 41, Page S.Incluninv THE TBNTH JUDICIAL OF fob, depending upon quality It r Sunday the youths

County Judne, at hi. o'flce In Ito apeclfloally but hot by OF FLORIDA, IN AND CIRCUIT FOR remained firm as the week drewto Impel believed to be victims of a ring 12.45
Court Houaa at Bartow. Florida w.y limitation the following New
1 within all, calendar Month from tern. of ulprnnt FOISt IN CHANCiRY'COUNTY a close and Indications were which kills homeless boys and SluewiesRocit
January SO, 1K84, which I. the dat Hot I'olnt Oven
Cat N*. U>UDocktt that this week would
see a continuation
of th* first publication or title Model erUP- 411 sells their blood to hospitals. IPaula
nolle. Kach Hot Point Plat 77 Fag N*, W of the in
claim or damanimoot price figures
A. U. CLEMENT: Carroll Blood Is often sold in Colombia
b* In writing, mutt atale the Model #FNK '01 By Rlghter
place of roil doncean 4 post office Hot Point Refrigerator, Plaintiff general. at $25 fludsortl Prentiss
aildma of the claimant niilat b* Model 510! B-ll txmVT S LEOAL ADVERTISEMENT a quart. ,
worn to and mu.t k* filed a. If you fall to to .0. decree. prooonfMio 8'rJlLLA.1t..SAUNDERs and. The bodies of the. youths s .
aforaaald or else * wltl b.- will b* entered aaalnatyou TO .
come "old for the relief demanded In hIp wit, *t al i'cfcnduntNOTICE, ( IN THE COUNTY JUDOS ranging In ages from 10 to 18,
(lIlACS 111ADELL IIISJOI'I"'the ComrlHlnt.WlTNtMH COURT IN AND FOR. __.n.-_
En.cutrit my hand and official OF BALK FOLK COUNTY FLORIDA were discovered In vacant lots
U.KU seal of office at Bartow polk ..Notice I. hereby irlven that, pur.lant l-f: HKt KBTATB OP Monday, Feb. S, 1964 Dec. 21) Although you may
Florida to a final decree of fur* DB. J. D. around Call the past four
County this Hit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS' January. IKD4.D. day of rln'"re entered In the above .,n. ORIFFfl'fberm..ned GENERAL TENDENCIES have private worries It is best
IN THE COUNTY JU OI'. tied oauft. In the Circuit Court To All Creditor and Peraona Hav- months.
H. JR. to
SLOAN and avoid
COURT IN AND FOR POLK Clerk of tb* Circuit Court of Polk County: :: r-Inl will log rialma or Demand Against Long-range plans are excellentand keep busy getting Police have suspected the ex
FLORIDAIV nell th emotional
property Said Katatet over them.
I By / / Llla B Fountain If
RB' K.BTATB OH Wu"r c"rl1" County kooth.Florida I deiorlbed I IBI..k act You and each of you, are hereby .. you study carefully Good day to buy or sell. Be istence of the blood-selling ring
REBECCA: EVA H.III The 40 feet of Lot 1 In notified to file In duplicate all whatever Is required of you, since lait December when 12-
"C" of NORTH KIX1R. where
rIds,. sod Semantic accurate prices figures
., OTICK OF APPLICATION FOR 11> wIld yoeih you can make much headwayand twins for _ StUAX.
To All Creditor and Peraona HairIn A HEIOHTS. Lakeland, .... avalnet the estate of I>r. J are concerned. year-old disappeared a MVUSAL
Claim or Demand Afalnit TAX DEED Senate Bill No. ,") Florida, according to the plat Make ,
P (Clrlffln deceived In the office progress. a point to four then turned In
Bald Entatel' Notli I. hereby given that Dl8KRVICKH thereof recorded In Ilat Rook nf Hlohard A, ttronaon Countyludire CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to
You and each of you, are b...*. VIIIOSIFIED INC, IS, Pair II, public records of at hIp office in the Court study whatever is not entirely Jan. 20) Be astute where financial weakened condition The twins "LOVE WITH
by notified to fits In dupllrat all holder of Tax Certificate No lot, Polk County, Florida Houee at Hartow Florida, within clear and work on it until all said they were kidnaped by
ilalma I and demand which inn issued th* lat day of JUNH, A. D1D61 ..t puhllo sale, to the hlerhMt and pie calendar months from Pehruiry affairs are concerned.
I'.nesge'in.t th ntelat5 fif AffiUECCA I ha. filed ...... In my offloe best. bidder for c..h. at the South I. 1911, whIch la the Site of confusion has been eliminated. Accuracy is Imperative if men dressed ss police officers, PROPER STRANGER"GROVE
\ KVA WKATHKRKOHUdeceaaed : : and ham mad an application for Front boor of th* Polk County the first implication of thl* no. Many persons are making you spirited to a house where there
In th. office of Klirard a. tax deed to b* leaned thereon Courthouse In Hartow. Florida. tie*. Each claim or demand most are to get results you desire. I
A. Bronaon ('ounl) iotfe at hli Said certificate embrace the fol- between 11:00: A.M. and S'00 P M Inn In writing, niunt *'ta[. the pretty wild statements even were other youths and given an PARK
Carry through even though
office In th* Court UOUM at Bar 'Inwlnit deacrlbed property In th* 0" th. Uth day of February, I9fi4. piece of naldalir and poet officeHddreaa though unintentionally so dou- injection which put them to 1a
low Klorlila, ,.lihln al* "aJendnr County ot Polk, State of Florida (HEAL) D. H. PUAK, JR of the claimant, muet bePKOPLFH blecheck them. good friends start milling In Shopping Center
month. lO.Wlt Clerk Circuit Court sleep. I
from January to 11(4 .w..rn 10 end must b. flied a. on
whlrh I* the date of the first rublloatlim North .t T Ft. of West ISO Ft MOT .11,,re.a. Id, or .bu saml will behorn. ARIES (March 21 to April you. -
of thla notice. Karh claimor of SKV of gWtt, Section IiTownshIp NOTICE TO PRINTERS "nld. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 'I ) New

demand muht b. In writing. SI South, lung tl Notice I I. hereby given that aeald !: BANK OFLAKFLANn 19) Avoid that expert who 19) Using wisdom and planning I
bout state the plAce of residence Kaat.lh .. bide will be received by the wants to pirate your holdingsand DRIVE-IN THEATRU I Skewing
sod punt office addcose 0' the aaaeatment of said property LAKELAND: FLABy wisely sees you gaining
Hoard of (Tommlaalonarar
claimant moet be sworn to ..ndnu.t ndcr paId certificate laiued waa County County, Florida, up to Rlchurd N. P.ara*. listen to what a good, intelligent your aims with relative ease OMN. 6 tl 5-SHOW ',00TONIGHT'S I.. 095k.
be filed a* aforeaald or >lnr In tr* nam of JAMES H. COLLIN SOP Truet OfficerNOTlCaT THI NIGHTTO
: clock A M. Tuesdayebruary friend Don'tbe
earns will l'nrnme vid.CL.YLiIO a. Unl... tho said oertlfl- 11, 1911. to on be opened E..cutor suggests. Hard work is the keynote, GO OUT TO A MOVIE Jt Open 1110
oat aball b redeemed forgetful with
L. ROBERTS "cordlnl'to 'T.t-9' anyone. Keep
Immediately I thereafter and ptiblicly however. Stay at home in
law the deaorlbedbidder :
"_-.EO' EcocutorNOTICE Ih..r.ln will h. property.101.. tn I".. h'wh..' read for furnlarlna- Hulk TO DRAO.LINK ;your eye on the goal. p.m., adverse forces are at Skews
County SI.not Regint ration Record
at the Courthouae door; I DEALERS 2oo-5O0
OF INTKNTION the firm Monday In the month on ofMARCH. 'orma. (fie. bid form .nd apeclcatlon Nolle I* hereby liven that TAURUS (April 20 to May work.

TO MAKE APPLICATIONFOR 0904 ll the Ind eheet for complete nilnl .'alert bide will..* received by 20) Steer clear of any altercations PISCES (Feb. 20 to March LTEIeoSnt.r.E I:00
FINAL DISCHARGE c.f MARCh h."I mini aperificatins.9Per tr* Hoard of County Commlanlon-
day 4.iwted
and stick business
now to
In He Fatal ot thla bOth day of JANU further Information comrou- era of Polk County, Florida, tiff to 20) Be certain you get private
W.. M. JESTER AllY 1964.iDEAL firsts with C. M. Lewie, Purchaa- PO, o'clock A.M. Tueaday, February affairs without taking any affairs In order early and take geowlen a pee
DeoaaeOTO ( ) leg Acent, Bartow, O II, IBM, to b* opened ImmadlaUly risks whatsoever. Make La IT LI. a. LOTS *1 5.04
AM, WHOM IT MAT D. It. SLOAN, JR The Board reaerve the to thereafter and publicly good care you do not spoil friendships
CONCERN I Clerk of the Circuit l ; Court eject any or all bid*. All bid ton read for furnlnhlna to Polk Countron Impression with fine credit you by some unkind word
Notice I* hereby given that I b. Oo" ""ohsu b. eukmlttsd
have filed my final report aa Admlnlatrator C171NOTICg ot Polk County Florida duplicate on bid forma to be Crawler or ocean H ruble 4 yard now have. Brook no fooling later. Assist those who are 111. RlFifl1theUGLY

C.T.A. of the etatot 'unil.hed by th. County. All bldnhould inure new H cubic yard HendrlxMcxlel from others.GEMINI Think of own welfare first
W, M. ..t.r, deceaied, that 1 OF APPLiCAtION trOll b* encloned In an envelopeecurely T8 nucket.. Trade.ln: elI ,
have filed my petition for finaldutchre TAX DEED (....". .11I No. isniNolirt aealed and plainly marked I envenee to t>* mad f orate 1964Vorthweat (May 21 to June however.

and that I will apply I I. h.r..hy "Iyon that 1"!. ma the outilde "Bid on. RenlatraIon Model IK % Tard Pre!f. 21) Get routine chores out of If Your Child I. Born Today
to the Hon. RICHARD A. BROM V.JItIU.EO CERVICES, INC.. Forma, 1:10 o'clock A. MTueeday line, Serial No ItdlId.ItbniiC', with
BON, County Judge of Polk County 'I'holder of Tax Cirtlflcat No. lid February 11, W4" r-Kterplllar TOOlS Power Unit and the way quickly so that you e you must make it a point ,13

Florida, on the 17th day of leaued th* let day of JUNK, A. D Ordered In open aeealon on Jan-I tidcl, TS Hendrlx 54 Teed Bucket i can then make progress with early to see that your progeny
February. lOft for apiiroval ofth Mil, ha. filed earn In my offlci ary IT, 1964. 'rada-ln may be neon between the ,
come and for final dlrharira and ha. mad an application for (URAL) hours or S:01) A.I\I. to I:00 P.M. Ideas you have in mind. New gets about with othersof

Administrator C.T.A. of the 'a tax deed to b* tinned th..n.'S.I" .. (lined) WILDER McCUTCHEONlintd fondny through. Friday by conartlna .I contacts can be very helpful. the same age, since there
atat* of W. )\. Jeater decaaatdIn certificate embraces the following Cheirman Mr Oncar Fulta at Prom
la Kth day of January, tutu described property In the (., ) T>. II SLOAN JR.' No. S1-11I1; Bnrtow, Florida. (For, Do nothing that is harmful to is a tendency to become a

I., JAMKS P. HAHNAdmitintrator County of Polk, Btata. of Florida, Clerk "'ecIIet nlnhnum( pptciiIcntinesep your health. sort of recluse in this inter
C.T.A. oft to-wltl n rim. '
'. ..ta'. of W. M. PlItiCIC 3 LOT IS LAKH IN TMa CIRCUIT COURT TENTH Sheet.Hid) Form and Ipooltl..lIon'l MOON CHILDREN (June 22 esting chart. He, or she, will

Jeiter Ueceaeed HIlLS v' .'iirii' ', crjvii 'n 11 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR For further to July 21) Seek out the learn to control temper quickly AMERiCAN'lMTMANCOLORA
ti-r>38 TOWNSHIP IT SOUTH nunlcat with C. M. Pur-
IN THS CIRCUIT COURT OF RANGE 14 EAST. .! 'H'1: HNTT"N"FLORIDA.. (1744-11::10 hanlniAirent, llarlow Lewla., Fborids.The : sourest that have data you require 1 which Is a necessary partof Unlv.rnol A" Otto Preminger' Fun

THS TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,I 1 h eelseo.ment of said property bIRth ACCfcPTANCB 110ard r..."" ... the rlllht Icreboot but don't take any the process of adjustment,
pail certificate lueued
IN AND FOR FOLK COUNTY, wan CORPORATION any or all bIds. The Board chances of Real
sort. ex and the future then be
\In th* name of ALEXANDER ie rI ht the' any can
FLORIDA. IN CHANCSRV. Plaintiff reserve.
C..* N*. 621,1.82-41 'ICAR1'. R. Unless tho maId c.rUti. I; Itd ito' the purrheee :, the're,. pert can be most helpful at very successful, especially in MOWN *T .M ONLVI
,'ate shall b. redeemed according Rlirt8PLL 10 the lo..t .d/or boot bid It It, STARTS THURSDAY
this You avoid
to the d.Borih.dIh.'n must getting the field of acting art. etc.
icc .
AHHOC1ATION, property WI.NMB SUE nUlls ELL, I. food In lit to the lOosed'. s'S.nenlege CLARK GAlLS
Tporatlon orcanlaed under will b* eold to tOe highestblddor Pefendanta- to make seiwrstnawurduAll Involved with silly persons. LANA TURNER
the Courthouee door
.n act or C ongr.neeo d .11t. it ontli NOTICE OF SUIT bIds t. b. eenslder.d must bsnubmlttod .
flnt Monday In the month ofMARCH I In iripiiaaie bid CONSUL NAMED "BETRAYED"TONITI
log pur.u..nt to the .d"r,1 I N TOOK NAME OH- TON STATE
National Mortiai Auuclatli J9fi4. which .. th. Ind Of MXUUDA TOt JERRY D Ounce to u. furnlahed by the LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) _
Charter Act day of MAHCH 1881. .' Rl'I PI.r.; and WINNIE; SUE; County. All bide: ahould( b* en- True harmony can be established LONDON in The Foreign COLO"
Plaintiff, I Dated thl* 14th day of JANUD Rl'HHtl.U Realdence Unk"o..n closed In a peeled envelop. plainC Office named Mildred Forrester
,All?. IV". andiamtknnwnadtree. unknowD' I marked on tOe outeliln "Mid on with associates, provided .
I10BEDT"KAUTE ft Hi.IXffendnntH (sEAL) I You are hereby notified that a .,. yard Tirarlln. I:10 o'clock no attention to 26, to be Britain's consul in -
., ) H. SLOAN JR. cult ha. lieen brouiht .....In.t you AM.: Tueaday, February II, 1884:1 you pay Cuba. Officials said Saturdayshe .
Clerk of the Circuit Court
NOTICE OF SUIT In the Circuit Court fur PolkI.'contv Ordered In open aeaelon jealous remarks of relatives.Don't .
STATE UV HXJKLDA '1O! MI7I. or I'olk County, Florida, in Chancery, by DIXiE" U. 1954. I fear to make those big will be the first woman consul AND TUESDAY
Alvin B. Byrum and Hwetl Nat- . I ATCrPTArJCB COKPORAT10N (alinedVILMKR: In Havana.
,.hoa ad- NOTICE TO JEEP PICKUP and therein named De. Chairman deals. Take pressures In your
e* Byrum his wife you are aiendanla )1.CI1TCHEON. pl".T ...'v..... .HOWI.."
dree I I. unknown. TRUCK DKALSR In a cult to foreclose. 5 (signed) D. It. stride. AT T.0. AND 10 10vooaa
YOU AHIJ HKKEBt NOTIFIED ?Nolle la hereby given that pealed nortcaa on real eetat In Polk Clark AT THE THEATERS LLa* rotn
that a suit fur n,00tgeme fre. bide will b* received by the Board County, Florida which sold reel (SEAL) VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) "tHI HAUNTED PALACE"

rloaur Pee been filed cattiest you of County Commlaelnneri of Poll ...tat* la described a. follow, to '-tun Looking at work ahead of you pILMLa"o 05iVgNoeovs VINONT raici m COLO
In the abov entitled .'.u..., and County, Florida, up to I 10 o'clock rlt* NOTICE TO TRUCK DEALER Ity and Tomorrow Mlnourt rr.ror..tlu. ..-
that you ar* hereby, miulred to A. M. on Tueeday. February II. Tins Eaat III feet of th. Went Notice la hereby (Iven that in objective fashion sees It out l r** and tutu Never .' aLso AT 0:41 ONLY"T.r

serve a copy of your aiiawer or 1064, to b* opened Immediately 7f>( feet leap the South 14* feet Healed bid. will ha received by the of the way quickly. Be very ..... .TMIAtl"*.. arivit IN
Other wrltlvn dot Inseenpi'0 J. thereafter and publicly read for of the H<4 of the UK"* of the Hoard of County rommlaaloneref : Wedoexlaf. Cardi SLAVE"
llardln Petersen Jr. tnalntlffatturnay '. foroioi'in. to Polk County aol or NW<% of flection IT, TowimhlpID Polk County Florida, up to; enthusiastic where new systems LAII.LA"O OstvE.IN
whoa addreaa u 21''? nor* IMlI Jeep 4 wheel drive, onion South, Range II Emit Polk 9:m o'clock t Tueaduy, February are concerned. You cling Todty.fin.h.: : ; : Vsbp Amer. IN COLDS _
Kant lime .t, Lakeland, Flur- iiltkun truck (Be bid torn ('ounIF.'Inrld.., lea the Feet IK, 88t... b* opened ;Immediately ::1 teen :: : : ;
lila, on or before the tilt day of sod epeclflcatlon eheet for complete tl feet and the North. .5 feet thereafter and p"bllrlFI to old-fashioned methods too cola THIATIRToday '
March IV", and before or Immediately mlnlnlllm apeulf. Icatlona.) 1 rad.. fur pithilo rood and .ubJoet toa wail for furnlehlna- In Polk ( strongly. throutn SportOXr /' Saturday : Favorite :
thereafter to file with I In .llowanoe to be made for one 10 root eesement along t'hs ty on. or more 1944 on. ton 'oun'l THIATIII tOme. 2 d"rlu
tlA Clerk of tb. abov ityled Court list Will Jeep pickup, fterlat No.I Weat boundary for u.e by pub can and rhaael only (For LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) TOI dTurnee' .cool" I MORINITISI
tile original of aid answer or kOIult4l040 less power take elf and lie and private utllltlea. iMcta minimum apeclflcatlon* see Get professional treatmentsthis lo'oMMD"vI.'lNt' !
aid written If any. Thla winch I which will b* retained I by and you are hereby required to Bid Form and Specification Sheet), a. that Increase feelIng Today end lomorrow. The HaaaWd James garner
pull ceeki to forecloe a niorlau 1.110 County. eerv upon WKIV8TFIN WKINHrHO For further Information corn.municate I Ich..ln" PaJM*.' and Tht Slivr TOTHI
upon th. follow In" descrIbed property For further Information com- : A WEINSTEIN, i'isiotiut'ealt I with C. M Lewis, Pur- of well-being. Take care CITia* ttIltn0sPeW's polly bcrgcn
to-wlti nuinleate with C. M. Lewis, Purha.lng creeps, who. address la Kl 81aeon Agent lhctuw FIends.rh. 1'Poor Tr TtX-I
Lot S In Block "D" of Come Agent. Bartow Florida.Th I Street, Bt. Augustine, Florida Board rI hi to you don't jeopardize security a. and Operation Bikini'' .-----
mere Park, Hartow, Floridaaccording Board reaerve: t'ltO\ right to your answer or written de- r..J ot any r"ii'br.t All, blda t* later. What seems importantin AVON PARK" -. HUana. Voder tht Tom "move
to th. plat thereof reject anyocs II blda. All bide fence. If any, to th* complaint In b* ontldrd mutt b* ubmlttd .aRTOW OUtdoor "Twke Told I:
recorded. In Plat Book IS, page 10 b* onldrad must b* *ubmilted .,Mid cult and to file earn with the In duplicate en bid farm t* b* am. proves to be so to Taleiand *.Plnue Not No* .. "
to publln record of Polk I In dupllaat on bid fornno Clerk of this Court on or beforeFebruary furnlehetf. by tOe County All bide night. SAINtS CITY-I,.*. H.lne.' "Womenof !
37 wbJch day and Mould he ncload In envelop the World" and "",ut to Kill" ,
Florida. b* furnished by th. County. All 1914. an *
County SCORPIO 23 ''i
(Oct. to Nov. MCt WALE& ataMCharade"
fixed th* Return peeled and marked over.4j1arlinu"
aecurely plainly
I. hereby aa
If you fall to do ao, deem. pro Ida should b. encloeed In an en- date PLANT CITY-Capitollli. Prlae"
confeeou will b* entered agaInst veit'pe, secure I, sealed and Plainly Day of thlt NotIce to Appear. If 0" the outilda "Did on on* ton 21) It will be to your benefitIf .IId ".,... ot .h. ...on.... :
for the relief demanded In narked on the outald "Bid on you fall to do eo, a Decree Pro .irk. cab and chaeela only. *:in show l'LAoT L1TY.-etaruitm I : "Women .f Sue
you Jee n Pickup 0:19: o'clockA. Confeaao will b* entered aa-alnat o'okxk A.M. Tunday, February you particular regardfor World" end Fort Onass"eEyRlIiOrloehes'wkes 'I
th* Complaint.wrTNfiHU: aJ'1'Iki9 demanded In the -- 1004." kin Beta 81....
for the relief now. Evening is best
and official If you
my hand ; brd...." In eaton Janu'e7snieul In My Btdr" mi tui M win tuiin I'.cl'c
meal of offlc at Bartow, Polk Ordered In open nealon on JanuIgnaJl'wiLMRR ""wiTNKHS open on spent in study to Improvesome 8ti -Brvom "rrro. the Mac I Iw
Florida this Slat day ofJanuary m, hand and official 1 a Part' and "Molhra"AOCHOiA AT If ONLY /: connortt
County, '( McCUTCHBON mal thIs Itrd day of January, 1..4D. ( ) WILDER! McCUTCHHONChairman special skill. Harmonyat -.- ':JII.Tft MladlDf I
1D64.P the tOo ;?' .,." VATAMTNEMVNW '' ... ... .
ChairmanIjned H. SLOAN, JR. home SLEEPS ---- -
Clark H. of th. CI.ult! Court I( ) I>. H. HLOAN. JR. Clerk of the Circuit Court. (atoned) D. H. SLOAN JR.OEbL means success out WINTTH Blerplnt HAVHH In Mr-Brd Rite* ',' ; i iWlNTrR 1559 CC91A PMII _A_ :
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By /./ Lila R Fountain Clerk Polk County, Florida Clerk er world. HAVXN Haven .w'I-'I Wm NWen elect,, wekk I :::: :

.. Deputy Clerk (BAL) SKAL) ( ) SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to en of bite,"Worldwd _MAICOPI
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DEAR ABBY: JUlt before Christmas two women came Into I he usually breaks it at the last minute with come phony alibi
the launderette and covered ill the IIf5MER5AArn DOES THE PRESIDENT FIRST; i GOTO toNcojff
with wrapping paper, but she always forgive him. How can we get her to realize
ribbons, etc., and while their clothe SEND THE SECRETARY I'LL LEARN ALL THEIR.
were being washed they that she I I. wasting her time?
wrapped Christmas gift. When my clothes were dry I asked CONCERNED AT BIRNKRANT HALL fvou iDior.: cc GET STATE NIM OUTOF ADRQAD In TRICKS.OUGHT THEN TO TDfWRIS.I .

politely If I could use one of the tablet to fold my sheet and DEAR CONCERNED: Don't waste your Apparently the THE WAY PICK UP SOME

blankets. I can't quote their replies but I guarantee you that girl! like wool-both the kind that goe Into a sweater and CUTE TRICKS
U these women had been men I would have punched them both the kind hat Is pulled over the eyes THEREAT

right In the mouth. When my wife saw the laundry alt wrinkled *

and unfolded her face got as red a* her hair. She said DEAR ABBY: I can't understand how women who don't

I should have called the owner of the place or the police. I earn any money of their own can go around bragging about

aid 8 gentleman wouldn't have done such a thing. She said the "gifts" they give their husband. A nonworking wife get j"

when a woman shows that she II'no lady a man I Is relieved of every dime the spends from her husband doesn't she? So

the obligation to act like a gentleman. We'd like your opinion Isn't it the came as buying him a gift with HIS money?

DEAR PHIL A gentleman acts like a gentlemaa evea DEAR JERRY Not necessarily If a wife can save a little

when a woman acts like a slob. A woman would never try to out of the grocery money by careful budgeting and frugal GO.CRIaI+ +
puU that stunt on another woman. buying the money she saves I II here And If she want to

spend It on a gift for her husband, If* a girt In every tens of

DEAR ABBY: A girl In our dorm I I. knitting a sweater 0 SECURITY? : I : SHI CAM EXPLODE ,GUARANTEE I YOUR
for her "boy friend. She Is the laughingstock of the dorm CONFIDENTIAL TO MARCIA S. AND BEV C. No one I Is : LAND WITH THAT t BUILT-IN SECURITY'?

because this boy has been playing her for a sucker all year. compelled to prove hi* Innocence. The burden of proof Is
He dates other girls and when he does ask her for a date. the accucer.I ,. .:

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'i: ::::: a .LM MMn "L' :: ,d ObNt I. ht. :. Ol.dw I taxi v 43 Cry ofweariness mammals P! OOVERNO i3 L IUVS CwESTIONS ME BABY.' I WANT VOU ID WORK / R,3.1tOUikur
I.FPN. e1N M.NM L/nY.. .LI. O..d. ..!.._-Nb. -_a1Nw mu. -_ 23 Cloth 65 Busy Insects 10 WHICH L NEED ANSWEIS! AS HARP ON THE JUPGC'

measure 44 Tendon 66 Widow's _

it 24 Chopper.45 Cellar; cats67 Over k

RADIO.DISPATCHED SERVICENear 26 Anglo-Saxon comb: arc 68 Slave P tE0.
coin arch. 69 Soviet union araAil 0. aBUT
tit Your Phone : I '

TV St".. Rdle. Cel.r TV SPkl.lilta DOWN
lap.rt Se"Ic., en b Air CeedlbanmAYburR4.l. 77
1 Awakener 22 Clayey earth 46 Game bird

IwU.: NITE & DAY TV 2 Tutelar deities 25 Species of 47 Thinly
3 Negatively reindeer scattered
Open a AM.9 .M. Phone 686.176 charged 27 Reaches 49 German

particle 29 Oregon seaport

TOMORROW AFTERNOON 4 Sheep capital 50 fertile desert
.. ... ..... Ship' men spot *
U'M-L. at Ufa lot ImNMI"n IN rM M HCGHOrVSUI ALL 7440 YEARS
12 -. of L.f. h. lm.. fwM ..... ..... L.. 8 Precipitates 31 The Emerald 51 Japanese 1 '
12 10-t'arT Tam..ra. Truth O. C.n1.1 ...h.. ".... .....h .__ 7 Footless Isle YOU'RE LOOKING FOR S LIABLE TO BITE
1 1.4 -Quid.Hi L.aMI Truth O. c.._. a.1hN_ "..a"Ow.L".o ".! assemblies AN UNUSUAL VET MY HEAP OFF7I WILL HAVE .
=Oirl' -T.'k'' ...... "' ...of L... of IH animal 32 Go by but 52 Church MAY r SUGGEST t GIVEN YOU
I a JO IV-O.rl Warn Talk' ... N.w.N Oraucho ."'.........|".of. No'. .Lv.....lfYIY of Lift 8 Cotton fabric 33 Small duck dignitary A BABY ALLIGATOR? /,
II WNId, T.... '.!t.f_O..wh._La7Tm.,--Werl w-!! 9 Part of a moat 34 Impetuou 83 Sunken fence t1 TL
I O-P.w.wrd ..... A ONI' C.I A.II .atharwwham P..._. 10 35 ro
I la-LM.Nd M... A ONI, .1 ann ....,rNdL Philippine Exclusively 54 Desert dweller /G !
11-XwwHrb 7M ....... D.. In Curl H......... native 36 Above 95 Edible root

] 4 E M;..ff.w. :*;;':-:u.... :::.::,Curl..., T.II N.uwNrb IM Twth- 11 Be frugal 37 Hawaiian 57 Subway = .
J It-Tall tha TT.ulh Laralla V.un. 0_..., H..tiUI Tall .Ka Truth 12 Wicked Island 58 Individuals 4L
110-ed..NMehl V.u Don't f.r(el Quaan far Dan <
III-l.N N Ni.hYw:. Dan_ Y iQuaan tar Oa> :;;.u.:::::L 13 Small valley 40 Used money 61 Bulgarian coin
IDs-NrN: /brN- Ma.h ON". -T.:,'........ ......t atNN 18 Dyeing 44 River inFranc 61
l._tacrM ._ Mots" G.... T...'...,'" ...... Starni Texas Institution
3t-" walk' un11. ...... T...hnaruw ..... ...., Ilbn apparatuses : init.
/ .i-.Uncla w lnN '!!'! _' r.INwaN. M.ry I1Nn' _
a_wick Draw ....... Nww Guock D... Solution Ie Yesterday's Puzzle
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.a_IIQwock Java ta Draw..avar Ca Mt......Yt.... ........k ..... Or.R w IDi A a '.
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< ij-; PwNM Furiliih.<.:.tor ttatia PFtlA LA HAVE THOUGHT

Intel 0abIieleetri ? THE TENSION AFTER fVENINO1"
J1II"! !!!!
1 N By Grace Wilner t AT THE PUTNA A YEAR Of MUTUAL GET MY r"' 1
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208 N. Florida BY THE HIGHLY AND !
MU 6.3333 PIIILCO Sole & Service E/ CANDID CONVLR A GOOD ( d

RANGES FREEZERS WASHERS DRYERS t :-t T A t A N oaf Malfunction of heat mechanism 0 1 f L'' '

I N s t E f T A l 0 T o causes casualtie. T !

March Named Soviets Willing /3/0" ok/ATmMa"a' ?L

/ rAT .,
Red Cross Month To Lease Planes Y

MOSCOW Lfv-The Soviet Union .
WASHINGTON 11I- President announced Saturday It I Is aPoNaoe 1 APPEAL 70 / TNi

Johnson Saturday proclaimed willing to lease airliners to any' IM THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE DEAN AeCCN JVUETT THE DEAN!' GOOD
March as Red Cross month and foreign company. ri *\\t&0JN ANNOTNCSP MA* NO" JOS I GO HOP
urged all Americans to honor The move I I. apparently par I tOTf MAC fSSH PW- NAND! 1rn/ I i
the organization "to the limit of Of the Intensive campaign to OUALIPIED A* A CANt t_, /
their capability by participating secure foreign exchange urgently .ALL gUEEH, L
in and strengthening its work." needed to pay for wheat

The Red Cross regularly con and other import.
ducts a membership fundraisingdrive
during March. WEDU.TV-Channel 3 rlhNO'W

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QUALITY .10 Da.-SwN a_..... ftaawrityOil Just tell us how much money you needto ' MOPN.NOi pay bills for home improvements car 1 NE 6 TRYING TOFIGURff
i .. I KNOW I OUT WNy I'Ml
JOHNS-MANVIUE :iEt-'EEri::: repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal FIND You, 1 NIpIN.S ,

FIBREGLASS ::oa..TM 7f-caul rlN", expenses Phone for prompt service I Irr
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With aaaa/ IMalaaaMeal r.N

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I 110.-MwNI of Lakeland
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clI: Monday, Feb. S, IMtNOTICt II! CLASSIFIED snonol Notices" ]& lanvRBjewars t ServkeRtPAIIIU Help Wonted, Mola 62eTCEsTORE Oppo.-t.eitle. ;1 u leeds, ,.. vegrTsDOLYStliVIcIt 97 Articles For Sal.-la |QTT r ,,A A"lanll

I i ,-.GA.L. AOtEflUPINtI I ADVERTISING RU.T1AN NltRuIilOIonii ON all male laoumoo :OPPR'I'NIT.015110.soispy ..... Ino"'. ful .".d. Also' -CH.; ... oloo f' MAHOQAnV cbalra, .Cul.. \

UNDE.itFICTITIOUS. opoa. BpoclBl attention tie.. U m aad mall nBBlBoi Proi ..11- b. properUn Mel Slide. .* 01010504. 0_ dsp 0000. 0 IsehOl. .. '
14 NAMO. LAW RATES the need of each patient. MU "' .,Mi .. ......... Oablo Auto vital 11 ........ plus remarried ".lo lull .10'10 Bird ''s.., 1001 lor FloridaORANOM shin ,. ID', 3..49. flu aioo .0 1"'.
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A... urt-e.005 Apid 14.40.
pooh Plerlda orosram 3u.
Betitit105 :
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I Ntttra' s. reretay nlven th.t tlnndanrtimed 1.4nMA J
Ft blah school radut
SIb Toe.Minimum 1"I10n. NU 2".101 areenlvalenfc .
K' MOISt ,, Pinked
dtmlrlnej to enxsir' tn CLEARANCE HALE' al DodraPek : la fJ4. Join Tons ORA.IU. pnftoasOSr.
twain ** tinder th* flrllllinn nan IS Word. rico, 31112 Norm Florida AvaawaPanrlw 37 Mattress >.n.ntln Phono 510.1101. and It* more Una * deaisri dsbly. f. 1...SyI0101.00 & ., .Iotl hIS sen. "

nf L K MANN AS* I AKh.IWiNn! ..tt60 I....k. i I a as WA1'fRJll1O RSliOvATltlcI 1dsp .. .eels cot available. Tnaaoa Bar. i rip. fruIt MoM 5trOOtBADCOCKnS. :
DALE CARIbOu craduate loin .... ITS SO. Married] man with ear ice al alien at aw NBreadwar : .ltrl GIFTS
PkI rkr nrlv, In the Cll, of I..h. Word Dar* Day Day Dr .000100. Ar. M.I. c.- fo .A 'Pithed ...
land Florida$ Intenda to ,...1.I.rIh. lair Lakeland chapter for lunu Coal 1'1100' Mil 04.hiI. ,,, md phaail a** SI-40 .11 foodahararter ... located .0 ed. Ctossts ._ dresserstressee ..>-
I IS SlOG $j 40 si DO MIS >d fellowship' N>w ruldenuWfilroai relereBrea. Interview neat t* County Court House BtaUoa ,.hlp R'.lo" o
...(4nani. w/ltrt the Clerk ollh 1030 OWl P Moplob, 4 50Otshnsr Mid lissd (load)1. bebr -
)230 .
.. circuit Court of Pork Count) 1113 Lo tg (00 21V .*. Call 813.2J7' or .nM-I 49 Wells Puispi1OTMpNTOO6tli0y rail Ml S-4V4S a I'M .ho..I. 21W IBrreaM In du. on 10,1 _.. Round 0 Tables I An
... .
Florida 1-ho .o 7 ao U 30 Mo* or writ ..0. Box 174S IIJ Peur weeks paid' Milan Oak "hll Tho a.t"
CLABMIP1ED Lokrland WseUdnll OOtTMIBBIONBALEBMEN t,10iniOS for ". 76 tsndicoplsg1IARDY Last .
/./ IRVING 2 MANVIT BPACE RATES >MI and initall pour valor 14 capital required Wo Nul SEMI-AA
i .m* saat per cohima. lock IlnUOMI TAX rotor..' Scamsoil. I Up lo 90 BioBUu M parPhono In oar aroa or local some u"n.tlaaacina .. Call CO TV T Portable. -
5001.5. SOD I* T al*
sod oftiai001, MO 33014.CUaTOM : .I.b. Solid Cherrr TE.I CRC
CLASMniD DISPLAY RATE MO 141010SI .r_ aan flBUbod houses ssa-rm DP
NOTtCI: TO C"IO'TO"a: "JO per column Inch MADI ...a..r..... hod.oueraadu .._.. lot. blo pea "..11 L.. .. Bet -

IN THI COUNTY JUOOla Contract Ih... Upon Request .111>00.... bros 1000.1.0 .'0... If pormiooil. aoo Doe DC amnrn._. .oa FluU -1 Bet Ooleree Framed Oel vr TO $,
COURT IN AND POll ..... .. Prune Mpl .
_..I.. .. choose Tampa oWlldm. all 1..IP. .1. II.
I POLK COUNTY FLORIDA WiiiADEADU E In rou'Call home Mci lIu,.., MU I- UDCH PNh. *. at Holldar nit. ,.... jd.s5 fat '1'Rk .SiMT'E .KM. I! CoUrt Bedroom Tn..11 OLD ALLOWAWCB
T' 00001. ItllaablBBk Heallor. drawn Bolt -
IN UK: FurATKJ OP Ion ... Bird. Lako.aBd Pl 10'01 1&81
MART KR.AMCU CURRY WORD kits AND RPACB ADS Ploaat call for BppolntmtBt 502-5014 7 Surge Mil TO salA0Z4li
, n.r..."" 4 30 p IB. day before publlca- LOW' SLIP Cover !!ho... :XMAuaUlaa CLASSIFIED usEMPLOYMENT aacrelarr Does-I Bet SaSS Mm ALLOWANCE
Si,. lund. '. Ch......' Road e ...078. Des. WOa 00 bait bualBMa a BOW TJU aUIIT. ful p aa.pc ,Dlshe American WaterColor
To All (rredllor and Peraona. H... < paper .. PO. IOUB UVUHI BOOM
, 5.100- two bedroom bom ..b
....... ONI ". I. tool -
llHlina ada meat b* I* oar offlc Before .1. bedsiecondo. slip .U.A tr .0. \ un.a>
Ins or Detmnda AfalnH I Na- plu 4 raoai BOM*, plu bait *IMDLoratod OP MOTRADEIN
8*,d BmateiYou 4 30 pm. FrldarlCLASBIPIED our'..... awao. oorjre h.lou. .... Auburaoala. SM $.- ..Dnnraa PIlots O I CJeJra Troaeum T I
Inl orO..I.n. l ALWAt
and *acTi of you, *r* here. DISPLAY >. rods ana laalaltolloa Hundreds tInt Ashore. 'boots %rldtr and lu. -G Chair Hld.. 70 Bt YOUR
hv notified to fun In dupllrat al II 00 a m day brforo publication of eaniplts t* rhoose Irom .. HI.hw. .21 eo' OB lakor M. A.... 04Moreo DRoves 'RUNlo.. 501.Ire. 1 CI"W'* FermentTb UP OL TO SISTOADSne UfNC

claim and domanrl uhl*.!* vni' '.nd.,'. paneradi AUTO 'iiiiJRANCCh an aeudent e. ID_. non .. Ilmm". d.m0500dL1.Onnd Bur D. ALLOWANCE1

h nosa..gnat the ealat cif MARY must .bo la our office Friday a* Insuranrft Ilthtnonlhi FARM EQUIPMENT noBln Wu. U.n. .1. Pull 1 Mulb.r .1.. P. FOR YOUR OLD DIMBTTI
KRANt KS CURRY In before II 00 noon). to pay Call MU 4MMWHOLRBALINO ...1 17.10: ._ down. hO>- P0 .. ..bor' IaoISsd_ Open t ... u tr. .

\ the off) nf Rk'hard A Rranon All adi must' bo I la tha Udierof FARM; ;*rwntiu ; 53 Help" WoaUd, f...,. SALESMAN Be* R. o, Ll or WE BUT BBU. TKAOB SEE THE SESTONA
P01,017 Jlld., .t hi. om. In the fire ...,.'. II 00 am. ...... Lane ahUiera We doienitaeourl AU 5540. alportumoad In 51.1100 I L Court Hat,.. at Hwtow Flnrwithin .. .,.., for publlcauoa la "0.. and Tropical Th. Bait an. vrcve .0.In. 10 Mats, pbo.a MU "I THE SPINNING YAW
all calendar month ftKehruary day s paper. Howe, MU 4-OfttO VII 41TH.".. W ANTIll>. eoh1h. I..t.Coul,. Halary and oommls- 510000Atoburedsl.. WO '-el 14$ WHEE tHiooBtl$. .
I S. ,,.,. whlrh I. tho Tha Ledisr will not ae r*. Ja ill WOSI M.m..I' .....1......... loa. Transportetlon 'urnl.ho LAKELAND B PET. most 0 kh.11 LOla 5. Florida Bporlal faotorr purobBM

Hal* of th. flr.t puhllratlon of ....n.ll.. for more UIBB sal BUILDING TRADES ; WAMTRDEXPERIENCED: : oocrorr Phono ..HoUm.C lu.. eels lund'..... ,'lOIUDA'a LAao50Tid .." pros 'oll M Rio Paotorr .._lU

t thla nolle I Rarh rlahn mInt be Incorraol '_... ... Mual bo shIn .. mOn dlonoa f.r Interview. TractorCompaBr For health reason J.1 BVUoOROCERY modern beaut achool LakelandBeaatr HOW OOOFT CM to .*tf WoO alO DW doUtan BAT BrtBi
f ''I In wrltlnir. fount atal* the pla... THE LAKELAND LEDGER ,. Applr CI.U aorrloo Offloo Wlbtei Havaa. wo Dot,.. US I M wall carpet Iron (t ** BP MlDnPont '
I of resilience and. pout office at-< 14 ..tiding!!, cur Hall Caoipletalr. MU air, nrion POT Buarerard ole DOWN d.'.aar appllanotM
Urea. of Ii. claimant, mutt he TELEPHONE Man between ages 20-30 Lf .&ABLaHB 'U.ID._. tloDed o..rbn. Scatter 1..1 IB laDo.ard DOWN ..anr bodroooiM
aware to and muat he riled .. BOOKING, WINDOWS. ..lunln.m PART TIME ... P. MTUY < d., a.di DOWN Bar dlBotl
lo pour
5.. 7. l. man and special loll .1..
familiar with Florida "n
ildini. porches r.pairs alter con I.o 91" II. .
aforesaid or alee aama will become nlsoomosl01,0I. '
MU and
6-1151 rauuU
300.. eo atsoika I4 pay. sOcuolzscnnn 6 P. M. .8 P. M. finance law with 21. Lob.Isnd L.. .... 1000. dimension Includlm oditnedono our' .TBOM Bpactal VBUMW.S.BADCOCKCORP.
.... urner & ovala Rut
voidPBOPLP" .
000esny. In. OIL and Retlnlna Com. I
BANK ()PI.AKt.I.AND RUMa. Los amoutlnt I a
". .88IB&:8PIIL Pearls aUaranc
PhOne MU 1.13&2. A. Simmerms. IALAKY .J7S" Pill HOTTK AT service obligation fulfilled arallablo for imstadlsb000000cr .I. Iplsoe.
MU 0-IOnS P Esa TRACTIVB TOrjNO LADIBd pOll b. .: TRIO m.olh 0.1,. Com.s 15o poe ..r. Black
50 xoallont aarvlretauon
BIg Rlrhard .. rearat !:.. .
/ PUBLIC RICLATIONB WORE Excellent for *. mod M1BU Bt **renpiatd .
oa B Florida Aveime end .u"la C" 11 "' .1
VIr'renld.nt ANNOUNCEMENTS STRICK'II HANDY M. anrcfraheo. WITH OLD RmlABMi P1>ORIDA opprunit Books .. at*. Pirt Buaiiif munodi i -
I and Tu.t Officer I NO.. ... _011. 0.0 .U 1BAPALRB. CORPORATION DELIVIIlINa man Inteested future .Wait. all Palmott atreet-llaaaetaaI .._ on, learn 11 1"lud" Beau-, .a satinta vo lit : Wall atoro and WarohouaooMuiborrr .
/.' A. R. Hurtea, Jr 800. PROMOTIONAL OtPTB NO .bol 1.n. and *u< Schooi, 015 CI"I". bude-et and Bjerua B new : Plonda

..... z Cord) tf Thanks HOME palnun roof INI i.I NO. CAR NNCE88ARTAPPLV Full employ. benefits lolllled iteed Brator.m. ,. for,:114. Lakolsod. P110.0 MU ;o c. Mamllusi P.I. Mulbn-rp Btoro HoorrI
A. M MurleaTj r,, "'' PEDRKAI. AVINrM advancement furuwretalla BJB to a p m. daLj Prt. BltotunUl I
''q. I If .in.. Mock brick work drlvewaratllcliea PTR8T and chance for prompt eoatact Humblo Riprowaletlve Dado Cltr Hlshwsr aI,
Attorney for PiocutorpP .cabinet Florida rooms. AND LOAN COMMUNITY B U.S. CIVIL SERVICE h of Interstate 4. aOpnt
1 U Brawlay or E. A. I Nor
O Ret tn'lIBkotand HnOM. ORANOB AND TPNItEBHB : with one of the I AH Dor '
would Ilk. I. tube th,. mcsnn ':rxo llmsles MIT S 10II && LAWMAN oppM at Tampa d.. *fKo TESSI! IPEW QULON wsabr .,I..r Oror W aoowiaio W..n.

Florida I.. ....r... "', ._"'.lIO. .nd > AVENDB MR South' leading finance com 204.O5t( T..m... .W_. start hlih (Pal. sod pump. 121. 2034 PlondaLatHand .t
1 \ V til I u...... ""'-< .. h.-.. ....... .- II.. floor S.rfoctnj 8 rEBRUARY PM SHARP I. WEDNESDAY panles Please reply in own AND aiarkrt LakiuuMITlelnltr ,.S IOS 0.*eek Preparatorrtralnlnt Hold. .. Psrk MTJS-SJS. Aotoelate Btoro

IN THU C''CUIT COUnT OP insulation aa the Lakelond Oen- Oroiaed o..$ In .n'l,appointed Thou- POUR .70.1. ...., ..I.h ole Florida Aro.Baooock .
THI: T.NTH JUDiCIAL CIRCUiT' ecu HosplWI. Tho rare and autowtloa INDUSTRIAL TRACT .,Uoln. WOMAN WANTED for kltekihalo landwrlting toBOX 1961 and cull irowiai suds of 1 opea. 5001110000u.asilr '. hirols. .. .
IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY. .lvoa th. patlrnta la many Kraft Poods. approximately IS Hours a a.mI p... Apply Boa M-2il Lakeland WI.. ..o.r. FREE In'''- .al" Will Troal Ton Mtbt
FLORIDA IN : Umea what wo would consider Arre niihway. Railroad S70Mlohn 1114 ..uti! Plortda A...... F.223LKELD mauoB on Ions. .Iorl... rMulremaata -, 1H1 .TDIIBAII Lark otaUonWMOB
Caao No, OTMOBi.14FFPFRAL over and boiond the call of duty., J. Brennan. Realtor. tuo- 2 CU Uundrlos, 40 waahora. 12 Writ TODAY .lvla* Bamseodreu .* book 104 Gas. Oil,
IbM la true from Uls brad nurse 410' LDERSUPERVISR d. Eacolleat lorauoa, balk and Phone Llnoola aervlc to HP motor Till traitor, ..
NATIClNAI Mint aowa to the Buroea alda. WIN TRIP TOWORLD'S ..,. oho t. Bremen Real.EIOHBORUOOD Bo* M.J" lakeland. LedicrLIVESTOCK ,I rat rendition. 481-aais P007405 OAII fop mobil.. b..
MORTUAdB!: AHHOCIATION I flatioalt.etrot.olliotlmyttIa.Olin. 19 Painting, Deteralini ". 11110.. ellidl I... hot valor. '."" todua.Ulol .
a corporation omanlar-d under AUTOMATIC WUI __.. I..-
C. Ollloue\ I can never ex .1* and BOO. t
an Art of Conirraa and .I.t.l .._ my. appreciation for an 1ft..ue"lIon PAINTINU INSIDI nod .u' Woil rb' FAIR ouarters OHOCEBY'Ith for I couch .n..o. porlal Ci." .. U1JAuburadalo .5.
Inn puraunnt tn tho KcrtrrBlNational and care thor .... her Ich nr hO', MIJ 3.2100 I. .a. o irln.., dlshs *. 11. HlrbwarfAV .
PROGRMMER trad ,.* bedroom )8) Cots Pita
household 2-112
MO.I. AaooclBtlnnChartor olh. l.
May God blsai 0 hon. they con- Only a few hours daily 'hone 4B2-14J3 0 '
Art thom to *trv* othrri In such aa 21 Roofing b6 iI0LLVlZa. URI IRNIT. bur trade IOS Jewelry
Plaintiff needed. MAJOR OIL **rvlce autloB and Btreet sIt
.iclflsh manner Chris sad Ted Via Allea Hew
-v_ I ... ......,. .. .apresa to my kOQt'INU : 55c6m.osllp DATA PROCESSING .itor* doing Biro bualness, tdsl Muiborrr HI."...,. Pboo MU A.ou. MU we caik diaowndocoma oslO

I hARRY II 01111I .nd kind netahbom and l5onshtluifniondu .. Easr parmenuLumber .. Mr.Olnn. We train to become an INSTALLATIONMust 'o couple. Apply SBu NortnBroadwar 3OMiOenaaa. I S-003S. '* T Value fold '.II..u.aiN ...
Jol.lZABETH M. FONd. hi. wife. ) > mr heartfelt thanks for CompanyMU 500 you UarvowPOR ilsaipe.CLOTHEtlLlNB. .. '.w.U-r. 10_U I IAMTiaUl P
1'I..n".nl.. I choir ....., expressions of sympaltiy W. M.ln. s-1141 AVON representative. experienced BALE Vnl ." VII- ,, Can' hAIR ChllInSltuSO. Ton 5.0,15grostIn .

NOTICE OF SUIT the beautiful floral .offer ALL TYPES residential or ...m.m..I" b lent drive.o r..I.I.A. sulUbl Tefliote. P100-toeS .0..t..1 reduced S and t., *Mpletlrwelded. EUTTONB and Jawolrrbouibt
P.TATF OK rl/RIDA .. appreciated roofs repaired replacedMrCor alary $500 $650 f.l.rnol.
TO in weep ipeclally or Write P. O Box 1395 range tor .. and wife team monkera and 4S" resami with sSO and MIBBTIB M
HARRY A. FOlIO and FtlTARP1H : s Rooflni and ahrat MsteJ .1
uon. Investmentloceasarr SI1SO pair .
month. 0"111 .ob IIS 18 an* Mlaor 550 11 Loss Alfred
M FO,"". hi. wlf, whoooother Flare OlUstle 104S West Olive? MO J.3111 per .101 for fur ctr... "MIOP a-sxt 1.1 t hool. ..J- ., phone -.. 71.1317
f. adulicee .. unknnwn or .
Apply her InlormstlonCmEVS I 10*.
YOU ARK HRPNY: NOTI"IED 24 Plaster Stucco LinT S pooroLl alioppo. Pro- 107 l
: thlt a cult lor mnrl.... fo... Phone 682-4137 Civil Service Office aJRVIC aervlo (talloaleas asslanal troBmln*. stud. Puppies PUBLIC HOTICB: The f.lbowIps| Plumbing SupplisaMontgomery
..Io.n. ha. b..n flied ...In.t you 4 List and Found PLA STUll NO. PATCOlNOi,00eoliieta Lakel.ndNURSERY 10' I oopr. Kathleen _d. BJiop, M..ln. machine. released for talt
AI".U" Old sddit.iona.roe .I bar In.. '. ,, 11 Ward
Home. "S ale BB
I tho .bovpu titled uo
.nel .21' A.lomll
c.oun.i nllm.I. 1I..Hd. Jdf T...I ective 1:4.. .. automatic portableVB.73 .
?ONDONE11i1 of krvs
P that p oem. h..hy .qul..d to brer al 10.n.I' ChIhuSIlSO 8n. GET A CAS HOT WATER
.. Son. MU 1.813' City .Me for "- MALl auuunallcconsols
ocrv.aru of AIr- ... Identification plateOwner .uolil. ..h.lrt' RIIITeRE .hl III aai
p7 uran.war Hal _
yu or '
mar claim b, idettlfeln.ascot. icllned ( 'IvOrn.stsulskue HEATER FROM
wrltton d.f.n.. 12.
upon J. '. Pump In.. >114 Hub- SCHOOL I slur WX ._City "1 too t000uona. Phono MU '
Xarclln Prtoraon. Jr.. ploinilffeallotn. .2100.. Have Hot Water
I .,.. mba.. .dll..... In 117 HaM .5, 82 i..1 LOOK UPtoday's TEACHER AAA BMALL OARAGE tools and paint Ml Our hlh..u..1 JRMA WHITE, .,. 19-14 W
City Employment COLLIE PUPPIES You Need UI14Hr 1
Lima ttlrort UkxlRnd' hand. on LOuT: LAOIR8 11.10" ..teh In equipment. Will soul. rant or IrsM .. ... new #. (21M
or bofnr tho 4th day of March do...'.... .r.. II 10u,0 piala. Ifl.h school .r.du.. Must lice. Dolni lood buslnes* now. For Ulovmatlon seeks 'el ..1.Bo,'. whiio dlBBor Jac-1. IbWII.1
ltt,4. and b.f",. or Immediatrly. roil MU 211791Parsaaol Cars For Sale ads onpcrlrfln with UI ccso I touorn.r / Week's Fee call saa.BS 4. P1HBT SlOO 'u,. either an sis i o', MO -M. 117 N. Kentucky

thereafter to file with tho Clerk In this section and be 01' aitll dcpssc d bo 5 FOR BALE somrthln for aothlniPar 1_' ARC reatstered. poodl THREE KP oloetrlo Biolor |lk.
5 Notice.IUY. dl""lpltn..I... A.. 21-46 AlIploP101105 M.n huh reds posltMii' ba weeks MU 1 1801IXINOEI9E I MU 2-5103
of lb abnvojft\ Court h4
orlr. tr.llo park tourist homes I .,... mundlo Mrtrt
I amazed by the excellent 'O
Inal' of n.I dan.weroro II writ. .11,1. .od 'I.. IIIU. .nd StAtO core- nt listed wlUt us new neilaterItn ,auto junk yard ar sap kind of > Ay. 'Ud.I. ulik ."' .. Call MU a.
tee d.l.n..... II values. Don't Ion. III laSt 1.050010 Strait. ua for foal placementRm S weeks 101 Pianos Musical Inst.
soy. 1)1. noitantk. noortlita .00.. DI.I MU 1.4218I. delay. I business Boo on M b* foorlaao puppies AKa .. All I
f to faranloco' a mont,.. upon ., ..lIm.... Culboroo" itnrdtare I 208 ARCADE BLDG. Htohway 70 one Wool old MU I-bolT. I INIC' DON T M. IbIs bor.o., hl4
the Inllowlne d..rlbPd of m.deep .Iulnu. .ao'a.' I. ONE ANTlwUB ...".ht. Ba,,. ...
\ property. TRADING STAMPS rxrhanted OTsht. Arodl.. Plord. CUrt 111410 Chli.aShsS pop. ivoi Lincoln, MU In. 000
to-mItt oo* horns 1.1 .
\ -' Altaian. 907 East Lima City Employment a Poimod 0..aoSsOiO. 2000 0.4032. NU 1.3 I' .
04.0 ,* of Havr-n lion... UnitS no.. available with General T. All for 1,1.too. ball .. b 010 70-0100' ... A..
Winter. Havon .rinrlita .. B -e 4aADAME 27 Accounting, BookkeepingCOME Week' Fee Phono Company IB' Polk tTouotyr soon BOO 00.1. .'o*. NoOh A. N ft.131 011 30 .0110" r..nd tiepuin Now YAMAHA. 000m, .rad .1.
ohown by Map or Plat thrronfrorordrd CHRISTINE Palmist 1,4 I 00005 000 b.I..n ... 1- Prank 8" Ru" I. .'a 89\ LlvestotsiokilN I boaur 111.10. mar ana 0 2.. demonstrator Drirallr .
t \ In the Off)... of the \.1111. pour past. Rod Iti.bra. TAX-O>K kscevlni. Your t.lsnT high Snide pooitionl boo 27 r. him school udutsiAnno.uuirod. iBebrln r.V 11.1. cul and1rrapped antord O |3 BlMtrio ..... ta.3M llmllod bums.
Clerk of itt, Til-cult Court In An reshnis D...... intltnnfidonual Home cr mr office. N* extrarhart in. ihOtsd .Ilh .. .ow. 'opportunities ar* available for 63 Insurance Hi .\ .. I Coupanir. HO W.t UUi Arthur.a._. 1"781. .
I .nd LonlO4 0 silasao0 *. Dan and till .. ISo Ik B Moat 8" _
for Polk County. Florida, tvenlnis with ua foe 0011 01.... 14,00. 000 05 00..1. Appl dl01005
In Plat Rwk SS. PBKO II .. 50 Loboland on H... '2. 10 p.m Past accurate. service n."j' Pbcaoani Olco Lak. LI0000y, Dad. Cll, HEAR .

\ It you fall to do ao, d...... pro 0,0, S 5.0 .10 PD. d..lI, is.clodini Jsmts B Bush US Bwanano. Rm 208 ARCADE I.nd BOY YOUR freseer blot n.. 40b 99 .Meters, SuppliMFIUII1NU r
rnnfMao will bo entered axalnat Mil .11411 5.PC. PLACE SETTING cut and wrapped Who) or THE NEW LOWREYWITH

you for the relief domanded In tho ;0; FOR SALES hall Pbon MO 1"1 or MU 10Ar.. 000 05 .... AUTOMATIC
Complaint, MEN 2.4105.PINTO. I aallboata ORCHB8TRA
W1INB.8R tnp hand and of"rlnl I WORK OF p.d.le.r". outboardi. YOU PLAY B one-.ol ,
OonUO, hut
aral of off)'. at Bartow Polk ; 5-3041. po.l.blk.. 00,500.15. WIOIP Ha SilO, rour rliht .. auleatlcallr -
I' ('nllnl,.. Florida, thla ROth day of oelrbtpd WDI' C""lo' roar one-aoto melodvbeoomas
When% You Need A Permanent Career.Opportunity a130'

I January h 1904.H. tItIAN, JIt.Clerk SWEDISH STAINLESS 12 WANnD' A Ion, Lvttok.doUr 'Pets 2.root tfoptb.ChriS, tola.. 0)5 allp. lisa from PIn a-lUl HEAR verr chord-first-PLAT nave notel so.

of Ui Circuit I Court .
kind. WIll psP pOsh Onlol.Panors Manlmo P o mo* 4. THE MANY beautiful .trie* Bow
fIliAL: ) $105 Weekly Salary & .. WO 1.3000. 0. dlspiari
By uolla Hantlnio FREE D.trl '0
Deputy Clerk Liberal Bonus 17 T.M1 OJ.llor. Boot CANNON MUSIC CO.

11..1f MERCHANDISE .. ,1'0 30. I ?Wrido
Be associated with a onrnpunrlhst n. To r>. .. Mush ,. 8'.ld
NOTICE.Not BUSINESS SERVICEUSE mulmu" Just save $30 In New or Motorcycla .. el-o224 0' ( Pd. IE.I.
I.. I. .I..n toilPKALRI too Dfo and o..r"nl. 9 Blcyl. 11. e.l .
.nL 12
> B1DH will be reoolvoi carter. Cn '0. uaiifyf Present Savings Account at V.m.b. sal. I
by tho Board of Puhllo Inatruotloif First Federal of Lakeland and aervlra I Electric atartlnmodria. 100 Bldj. Materials, Itc. slId .
folk Count. Florida, at Ibo t-Hlih SetSil e..UOI oreinitvalcnt spert model I.... iiiL.BIUPI oasb Ipl..

County Bunorlatrndrnt B Office Limit one free place setting .001. Lsk.lond C.I. 0. 'I Irs 5od .JI uprltlae '
\ tofflco of tho Buperlntcndcut/ c1'iihlio 3-Neat avpearinc. 90'.1 MnmorisS. .8.2B.. OVERSTOCK 5225 .noah. .1.
account '
Inatrurtlon of I oik County. J Car la lood conditIon-boo to CAK'T RIDE duo to henllA. mu.1 015001 SoSOfciuth : : 004
Horlda). I In the Court noun* An. travel Mondar lo FridayAll MSI4ItIO50. 10541. BUILDING Florida
I n.. at Barlow. Florida, up to I :tocloik OFFERED DAILY IN THE LEDGER Take In this special .1. M8.404 n1 .0

PM Wedneadav. the I6th .- 1.2 30th par Year lnn MATERIALS 111 Sporting G_.
day of February. 114. for .11 ma CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS If yoa aro auallfled. you wl rO Anniversar 9. Antiques
terlalo' and lalior naceMaary ff>r the oolv. training at full p. I FL lNOT ault U i lohiiii
I AUIUTION8 TO KOU1IIWFHT1AKRLANO GENERAL LINE: As uootluond Asbestos aiding in .. Mover v.00 As.PO,5i1055010 .
JUNIOR H1UHHI Accevntent.Bookkeeping Furniture Bo* Company Ropresentatlv oorfob antlqvra BoMht and soldCheck 4a _'11S..14"
.. Park colors balance on pm
'HMJIOuch .. INCUMC .11411.1(5 B..I 0.roll... prl ho... Mr. H F. McCullaWsdMidar T.ill] Ho- .I. I
TAX boukk.splni FEDERAL
bide .. FIRST hand $10 112 Wantotl
aro property ..ndtlm.1' monthlr ststcmmu. reports. Ad. Mather Furniture. Phon <.:. .. aq
tiled will ho ouoned" by IN 81'11 Pb.u."p 8th 97 Articles For Sols-MUc'
dlnslon Bookkaiplni SsrilesRoom C POll ...
old Board of Publlo I notru..tin. 40 Penn quality la. AIII OI I.
201! ati4. Vanltr Fair 1 Ar.Auto Gal .3
ImmedIately following the aforo
acid In tho final room hour 4'::,. ::.ldl'10.bI1.., AMIS RtPLACEMKNT. ..heilr.Lamp I- ServiceS AUCTIONFriday Pastel green .. $2.2J gal .A..n, M IMMODIATTLY._. 15050 Ale.M.
parta and repair Imperial
mootlriM In the Court Houoa An. Repairs .m. to I pm Only 2".4
studio* arm south Orleans Avame LOAN ASSN. Frdav
rex at Barlow Florida. or aa soon Z" x 23" Rockwool
MU B 4)115 PM.
thereafter .. Iho OENEHATOIUi.: $BTARTEIiS r.- SIS East' Lemon StreetLakilaad : AUTOMOTIVE
compllah the ... 1.l<>,.. lain.. .ound. ndl.lo A FlorIdaDESIGNED insulation o.ue..o 4c ft.
m. Moving Storage Wt bur s, wll for tea
repaired 10. domestic Motor
Plan He Artomobllts
and Hprelflratlona ar. on Orani. It TenneeieeOrov For Sole
tunnl. Best equipped little f-3-.r : O..n"'II' ALKER'SAUCION boards
fire ALWID VAN ; ;. JIMMY W Homosote
at tr* office of the ArchitectBrltht b
shop In teen 10 roan Lakeland In. y..oall W.rohoulOII "0 Park Crystal ....Drive Ml CHEVT U. air ..,
A aeoPlM., ,
Ktrauihn P. O Box 48 FOR CENTER Jx J .. .. $ e..dIL'oo.
Oenilrra. 8201 South FlorldiRICHARD At MeadowbrookMcrlgagts .2
l.ak.l.nd. rlorlila, and will ba on < Tr.noIn.... A..o MU .... itttomatlo transmission, radio.
fun for examination and reviewt 882..07. '.IIa1J t I. t Eaat Russwin interior lock lealer Hated .SI.SMI. 00

the Area ",boot Huporvlnln B 8PEEDOMETSRBervlc ;; SOLVING PROBLEMS. 63 USED TVB from S3S tin Ouarnt 18-714.

l'rln.lp.I'. Offic I" .. .. ., Lak.. *. Complete Pepsi and OrgansPianosa.inWii. BUY. .otlffti'fl'T ed. 0. flnanra. Worklnradelni sets .. ... $10 ea. lesC CEROLI Nmd. ...0.
'lead Winter Haven and L...bW.I. service II* Huhlend '''oft. >[ .A AND* risno and V BUI.D........ > accepted Admiral Colesft .. ,u.. ..
... Two .. el2.oJ" Classified ads do It quickly Mort Interior whit pine look All .
roplea of "t plan Conn orsans. Ysmaha p'anos. us Corp 01 Florida. SO* Service MO "37. new power \ ..1.
and aperlflcatl mar b. obtalnrat B. BURE p..thin. the most HI.hoal ou.lI" 511.1.510. Acuilur easily, economicallyTo da Avo.. MU a.3117nt ...TV. 4M N. shutters 10% OFF air conditioned. rsdlo .. h..
the office of Maid architect upon lor pour monsr br brmslni your R.o...... 118..3781 .. er and rou nam* It. MO 54120or
flrpoalt of IIS.00 for each. art nl auto to drone.. Bsrvtco Canter. order 'em. cal MU AVOU.ABLC UORTOAOU 1". SAL Garden Stakes SO piece M SS 4S7 .

I'oiumrnla: Bald ..."".It will b. 1718 North Florid A noslu.. Ito Plumbing Repairs 6.1151 for ad tilt, lo.m.. S ,... Also. .< AUCON CHEVROLET One owner, fulIr -
returned to th* Contractor upon repairs. Tha latest In electronic P "'" 'L UM11INO En ers.iTror a ..bu. -' Every Satray. 7:3 p.m. bundle: 4 ft. $2.0 bundle, MUIP_. sood Call

the return of aald p1,1',.. and apei'I. equipment la usrd In determlnln .p.trll, D., nlibt Work *uar- 56 Salesmen .and FHA Improved and Pi-cm. BAXLA'S 3 ft$150 bundle OS3-84I8 10 S: .S.'I..1.
,'.II..n. In food condition within the exact Uoubls You also receive ..I..d Pb.. .
fifteen <1M d.,. after the data ooionlnf valuable RAIl Or... Blsmps. 602.n.' iOu-lOSS or __ '. PAIH.'I 141 or liiitliih"U.01S0 .- ties, service. Lakeland Mori- AUCTION GALLRI 1041 MERCURY hsrdto coup
.5,. Corp. B. At.HORTICULTURE e- Power ._rl.. radio. beater
| rtlda and contingent upon but best ol all.. ut.. rou honest tf. to on Industrial and 20 .'ormsrlr *
rnelpi of a botia tIde bid from uranteed work Call 68.1Aulo Cooumnrclsl 10u.". P01.00 1.0 ... 01. 17 T A.lo. McGINNESLUMBER beautiful red finish' win *.
Printing Bell for You
dId Com .."eon. Hhould tha Bid *
additional' Beta of Document HIR ALL '0.' prlnL"", n..d. -..;:: asii. Reply br letter lob, 426S H.I. 1917 MERCURY MoBterey
prior to old opening dat, or ahouldealro :.i Seat Covers ,all Mil a-4404. Commercial Liwtoa Brother! J..11 Bupplr. Phone .03. 600 West MAIN ST. power Loaded with .. Al.
.." or m..rl.1 d.ulcrn Letterheads, Ulhosraphlni. i ': .,. m" P O BOI 76.1S FlortTO 71 Fsrtillter, 'M' SellTOP EXCHANGE Ol oomblBO noun MO .-.*. .. .

a *.I af ald Unt-ncnla, tOlD AUTO Beat Covers. Cuo.pint. .nor."n. BELL PonU.ranked Ho. 3oaIIon.ili. aROUND PlAT ,. .. ..d rsdna Into one *tampnd ** truck

anm. will b. provided upon pay atitomottv 'Interiors. OJ6 Radiator Service Opportunity lor huh aoIl 0100.. 1200 Ma. iota Hits sooner I.SStaONE GOOD USED Crpree* pas.lhns. 0"1 VO\tawAOD. owner. 10.
niant to aald Architect tb. amoim coal: Ma'n Phone MU a loin ...oln. nsw car fr.lo. pale oust O'N..I..) 3.41131.CLKAN hler SIS kisllenouih 004 '. .phone MO
BURNER: lltinn 5000
of IIS 00 to covor the rout of r*- ANV VYPE radiator ....Ie.. V' ito and I.. lot sn5lidOO. 01 condition. S10 doo... aleuile .. ..bA. < ? .l 74
tod net Ion aald b.. cIo.nlnoreyortn.rbufldtePtdde' ... Neelr, Kvrloy 700.Han. PHOSPHATe sold ton .
p therefor nun BviidingHIOIISSAL .lnlm.l. reea, S7 SO: two $00csm00
In* non.refundable. A copy of thaiwclflcatlona Radiator _\'I'". MUISlot. 004.51253i''k I..n. Aloe ...d .n' dipS f.. fIll.S Slob burner.settee electrla*hot Hale honor .5010.0 ramnorl.Rood 1.b. uOnl. PLYMOUTH hardtop All
0..1.. MU .307' N. Nice. sise Oak AvenueKaUlleen
may bo obtained baubcnntrartora Underwood etaderditar
: CONSTRUC1IONRoom Wontsdn duty, SS SO I. .
or material' dealer additions Custom cablnetiInterior RADIATOR LIIAK8' lirrortna. ... QUALI Paaiol and Ar- u trnonri000 554 50010. 0014 103 furniture Appliances N 1.0.
fur SHOO and ouch aubconlractoror calorie decoralln* bulldln. see 1400,100.. 0401 SuntIPlorId. 'FliACTOlI WORK cooled M.w. ..nln. har from elom "U 1101, lid ... 1501 KARMAN ORI. '10...".
material d..I.,. may aectirocipy a French. and motors panelIng 10 ,.... In LoII.I.nd. and dlscln SOn ,,.I.n.111.. Will d.I..r. VU S.9414. .0ndll.d.. .nl. 625, o .nlou. VACUUM CLKA1.KRS. rebuilt.... partaUrassflold recondltlonod -. mi.'lake old .ro ";

of the plan for ...h. rlaaofkatlon Roofing and atdtnv. Pr. ...ll.m.I. ltmo.000bl.. Moos SalOhioPh Pnedi Quick aervlee. Call for Ir. .l.m.I. BAHIA hor Plout been ..1. .2. ,ldlnn I. new' Ro. Clev*-.otl
I for IS WO eat-h. ... Easr parmrnt Coil sea. eh.'I.... .U S84S67 ea. Fred I. Power. MU .-O 00.. '15, b.i. Ten .1100 Od Sow ... .10.. .444III' ." land Helthta "Bl'dl.. 1-1201.
Plan and Bperlflratlona ar. on Fin Local korpirhlldreo PolO Its N 1957 Plymouth
350 craftsman contractor CHRISTIAN MOTHUt will ClIp Road 121. .
e81".I. .. MB:
fllo for review and material lake. Licensed and bonded Real slats la her hum. Lane ..I... .. BAROAINU cvmpUUIr ro-
oft In the offlc of the ..Archlloc room and lancet .b... HAY 7010 .. 0000.. WI,MO irsl foldln chair br built and nusoso teed I3. Bt and STATIONWAGON
CARPENTER, BLOCK. and brlaktoUt. OIOTTLAI liLU1NLud ftniiua. 00lusH. 3n2V. S10 four foldlnt alammumhelra.
a* demrlbed abov*. : ; I .
Ka.'h bid ahall b* accompanied Florid rooms Son.oio1. Memorial Boulevard I and h ; .aP AL fijuo. ZIPPERS .' 72 Flewsrs, Sseds Plants : each SI .0tot croSer touveral ', bass bun IB niw orIota .
".Ir. Free ..lIm..... MU .imtoCarpstlng L..b.I..d thoo..III.r.. ... .. replacedreweavlni '-re.n wire the lo*. S3
by a Cannier CHxk or Bid a..nel aew n* all kinds eooti TV Hllo Dor TV 1110
-- 'I, throuik Bchulis Rsaltr. SBS- .. .. Huuser. >49 Morfolk drab: MF.ixPi COL. lash 0100105' .'r. frame "_ Poe
In th .mount of 1%, of tb* bid HAIY.
TIlt boots S "a. Rd 0. W Molar .veraauled.
.1._# ..rl. .. 30'S hl.h. II It .. 0is. 1.
payable to 1r PuhlInatiuctlon shade, com 51* .17 30M New Jerser
3 lamp
j.nro.c".t : ERHA 50 doer drtln.or4 MU
of ,. PlIho >: Beefing t'; 1 :252" _1 SI a lot of book W A H E R.
Ida, su vMoot-.. 01 anod r.lth sod CAIIPLTOXPF.RT' ..11.10..11 I t.\'.. Lake Alfred. phone make your prlc for.o l. '' 10oIodlOS i&A1R. "0. All MU t-3881
.au.rsal.eIe that Ih.. ..."...,111 In.l.II..n Mothers P000ltot.. RKI'AIR UfAr 1oU I Webster dlUoo two Sass ropalrod ProBipt. .iportanrvloo
bIdder will an'altlO a.d to Ptuaao lt'i-tltl rahlemtoaPt,00.enS.R41500 WASHING. PAINTING lltt.nlor. I sOaetO U mirrors, *aoBUSOl too tto f.r cood UMdj ap four door dIr
18S8-I80.. L".n.... oo.toectooa All exterior work ..lIm.l,. IC DIT
Pearl .
of Puhllo Inatrurtloor _
p Kelvtnatorlono sod Cleaa.
.. .. ... .ul..d. 1. .1.
Polk County. Florida a bond Fences .r. reasonable prim, MU a-41Sl 1.1.13hIll pieces plate ., old I. _r. mio Dor ,I"\ MU Jcondltlaa
".uod by a Surety Company I Illhln II.r.n..d -Swimmllli '"''I I I 10P001.5 M,. Turnnanractr 100.0 library SO. both pnancoa. 1I1O T.AI l. 11'.rIe. t.
to d. b".ln.. In FIrldo. WOULD ... 000 pawnlnis. not oamo SUM .
MU11JAL r-ENCE Coopno,. IonLown.5 LUtl .nlo' 110thaad flowerpola tH7aAPABTMRNT no : Iou, dour sad
fop 100.,. of Ih. Conl..t. prie'.. do.. CLSANID. p.psloodp ...101. "V I.J94 JUSTPENNIES s.. several aaeortod alee S! 1' CIY'LItR .
,, one. nIl oarm..L..u..Lood. take the lot toO S4 *ai alove 0,001. Bt
ton (101 d.,. after belnawarded a I u t e d.<.I.. aittplici.oqlploonu. 0. IZ.
the Contra aald hornuaranteelnir W. moo's be undor.laId. WOIl. 701 10.0 M.a.MU 005,00 dr'...'. SIO: two S (allon Oslo aaed S "' .t. ..1 roesonabl ReasoBaole19BS 2073.
perJurecItrict L."I..d MU I. "1.1.'. WI: D > work dlsclnsrreea .. I and stand SJ SO: lam wash *. CaU MU 114. MO t- ."0. V-S
ta 41'8 P.,. rolimal.. ... Isodsoopis.. Ales halo Ju.. ,onoln' pot. SIrubber :_7. .CH&RLI. wsdlUwa
aald Contrail lbs premium of mlbi FOR a. P. Lots Cool Pool., nil tilt dipt 5055055bl5. op 121 1. air, .. Eu.II._
nd to bo paid by the .. Con 81.ao4 I. or I.. 817
14 Income Tex CI..k Cnr000.N.CIo.uro.. 8'8.1\840. las-SIlO 5.0000.. lIce .0ndlll.. S4 bak- 3 COMPLETE
t'IO,. .. oiling SSovora rooms 10 IMS OLDFMOBILE Bupsr ... P.r.
All bide ihould' b* placed In a. -TViiPiIrs--- WILL SLIP ohuidnn dsO le ai.ht05atnhOissPnoeadpspdpann ..I.mlov' ChOisintol I...n sit Including e loot o.dl. AH power. aewtires
envelop. .*.Ied. and .ld roan.1 t.. INCOME TAX .. tImminS. aoid Ih. furitr CT
'!'h. hoard of Publlo Inatrilotloti. RZPAIOIUOWilltpsn .f TV.. _eD. Lovs chlldraa SS2 k"d.05. olh.r IS500bISaptiol. refrigerator $289 Payments .1. 3.224
Tolk $3 and up A.t Radl. ... TV. D., .U 18 bring to your to list. t 1..n.
ounty Floridao MhelleH 242hO.lht.5fUi475;. \ customer too maar e. only $13 per month CLEAM 'S4 eoavetllble"ajas
Boono County Huiierlntenden lisp I. hom.. Aim PI
I'.ut Houo* Annex, Barlow. FlorI4n II & R Block Co. Upholstering1Hi11LdTQUALl'Trwock I C.11 CRILDfN. .. po00onoe. door when you use Classified .nd.b.10"0 Iron .* b II loNo POLK TRADING MART MO *-4tt .
nam th A.M. I P.M. ...... .11 Like new.
projecBhoiild Weekdays 9 to RIJU. r'.1 New Auburndale 1 PITC. 3 0
n'\.thI.\ .
: sales
.ad on II OiInid. at lowest sod no under S30O mr ...
of th* envelop* and word mdi.V. I Sat: & Sun < to S possible price*. Plastl* asneclaltr till PAINTER. 5550 I.ROOPKH' as,. foonituos and earpeala .nr ads to sell rugs and W.o arts,, ShootOOTICI I 0-2044 another.1.. la trade. Call MU

.IIn. that ti. .".elop .0nl"ln. slip coven. and drpss. 151 suol.000l. Sari. nibS MOTItCIUSIPt 3-4077 .$025104CI.15$1POSD
a hid for .Id prnient.Dunin P.m.. **. Baxiett Vpfloi.g444 .. Ph... 003-4054 .no 5105 RoOm CLASaIPlID 5110P1.AV
floor ___
to. .anueruc lion I eald ? Hol.n.1 coverings Dial M Just received a truck load oflood OII"L.AY
huddle, sea lentil fhni .::t. Road 101105150. CARl: s.uti-l000Ild Sr used s sod 4 drawer all
IfSI LEDGER .0. "' ... him.. fun.0Oc nd lnile
ehesu *
of the same by th OoeettS, Simmon
Blinds ..
Contractor bali carry at It,. *.- boss.eel-iSis." boeplial. Cia. 815 Chaste. S33 04. Slnsls bed

pen. Builder .1... I In.u'...... In. CLASSIFIED ADS QbiOflCALa AND kurlanotols50000lSht000d : nttrs* aad sptlnis complete.
eluding both fir* and wlndetorm Repaired. cleaaed. EPIC ".1H.KIR tilts. "... *.. S1SSS Comelot

cover.!., wlthiloei payable to thContractor .11.h.d. AIm lynn. 1 thorn while they last
ana Owner .* t"... In.t..t bl.d.. AI.L..Io..bll. C. O. WllO", 704 Oi.000udAmos. I RED TOP TRADINO POST .. .. Florida naIl 124S Not Tftmpa MIBhwayMO
may appear .
'I'). Contractor will b* require IV.r.r IJ.7NIAT

to lulld and complete said nrojec DIINDAa..olu.0.. CLASSIF1ID DISPLAY Cl.ASIFSSD Dla.L."Y ..
within the time art forth In thperlal S. .won P"Lt OaHla f,
tondltlona. phone "a-an i a.

Iho .ucce*"rul bidder. It any YOU WISH TO BE LISTED CARPENTER work /

will .... notified within flv. U) OI'NIL. roollni. odd) t

davi.after Board th*of bid I'nbllo I I. atreptudlh Inalruitli. .No. *lo*.P.1..U lartoBlmpeoa INDUSTRIAL RUBBER SALESMAN ,

of I'oik County. Florida. renervth .. 1,1 A._

rlitrt to roeu 1507.0 4 al -
bid. and to waive *.y Informall po/lbt claiulUetion An .aaaritac..) rwbaar *r Oil lupply ..._ ... : '
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(hAL) Dial MU 6.1151 YOUR HOMEENTERTAINMENT wrlwaca In **Hm( diitriburart, laduirri! *ncl 0.1M.ccaaora 1.adn > ;,
; OF POLK ca SwiM a .fvtyra In riorlda. t& .- .... -. '

COUNTY. FLORIDA y_ .._ ..uJ..

Byi A T: RACK of 1 JRChairman .ha. Board ..f ASK FOR CLASSIFIED need not be expensive. This .f .ttvi.llw ..aakry, banvs. ..,_ plus. :=. ,'

Publlo Inatrurtion of Pout Check the Classified secTV (aaarwsK*. ke>*pirliiti ei, and profit iharlag fccmafira.Wnta I"
County J. KlorldaSHFLLBT BOONK end Stereo sets k .cMfieMiK F. S. Wttt.n.u r, Rcpubli I : ,

Meirotarw of lh* Hoard of Publlo LEDGER for good buys In used Rybker ... ';
LAKELAND ton Ohio "
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116 Automobiles For hi.I le 129 fwrnithtd ApartmtntiAM rr i Ps4Aa MI HIS P4'40. THt WORLD A MUTED MIX TIHIOBa80IT1.Y I REAL ESTATE I 1* REAL ISTATt1S1
hop Mu 7U A ctae.1.. A.Li UOtlDLI: : and .Intla pMUalMtrlo rat ANNIEIB uoefl OP immef.LtLYHUSHrftEKB : 15) Homes For Sole I HMSM ftr Sale
union. MO 1.'IIt' kIlo.... oil htator. nrl. PlVMleewH TRY OIU '
10 ,
-* 1311' BUYS an .. 0.40440 boloS
'MI CII1t'l8LlllAll. pwaf7s.OOdltlODed. DoroUI>t. baUi. naoonabl raDio 1044jjmB OTHER POBS1BU BOUJT10H JUST THINKNo I homo .111I 050001. 04500000
clean. $BO 505m -, 1110 Woo4l..d. 400-0544 or 095.

::' ROOMS, central location taxes with Homestea _ _
i\ OthMl 'ILE 'I'INtA .ILlin Clean heeled. Iwtrlo kltonenpr S V OH THAT ( .Iel.A

,.0.. 'L'IIU. A'" .00 Old.. .......tof....,IoJII.. Aduli. OBI,. PHONB ONB MA? RGACMViY Exemption on this fully furnished WINTER mm

\,\ LbU0MO00.UO0. .._au.. BPOT 0 BARTH? home. Convenient to
f Collate AvenueALTON. T W 0 810110011I apar..1. Spend .... winter la th* tunon

r..1 ? 'hie. up0V "' ''''011''' Lara room, ....." prl.ata.admu. stores church bus, It's an Weber llraet, KO-KM1. Bp*.
.111. O''IIL' tor cog .or ClMtru, wawr, |", Park value for elout B Bedroom Aeheetet Bh...-
00m0 0000. ....."'. _III.. CM0104DPPER exceptional someone lie. Cob' *6_.00. Tenai If duo

M MZftCUMY: two door eedw TWO bedroom*, Urlnt I Clark Realty, 686.4031.FURNISHED el red.

bunion. radio, heater automatic room, kitchen, Solo edar dottle.Ne W. R.tlBill" WILLIAMS
,ic. .r ttorei, bu.. AdulU* CS3474TREAL .
5350 6534504.oa MICE: ,P_. Two arjulta ;; Realtor LMLA
r*1.coiP ti;iAii.1. : -.accete*. MooS tee to *_ .Ie. After S 1S31 BonM Florid ...*.
rlen sprint packet*. Bmall "uiir.' Bruce Trimmer 1144 Oakhlll.NICB *. 2 BR $8,000 MU "UMSOMETHING
m. _pUll, ptrment. Phone GARAGE
AT 4-mi. PortMead*. ., water 'urn parUiienti lob... 1533 Bearcollet E: $500 DOWN $65 MO. SPECIAL

i"iii-c CRIVROLXT: Ml 4-diMr' Cumberland Bt. Phone t-SOtt rrl A real burl no ebbs emit.. ThIS lelr ..* colonial! ".tll.

10 aluminum pram t up M. rcurr DVPurX, SOUTH"IDE.: UPOOP RENTALS I REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE14UlNot.rtr.nt REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE oa lualifrlni, J..' 5500 down Ida, feat Utre bedroom two
im .
Weet Marten Oti'... I t.. bedroome, tilt bath ihowerNear I MId a 5T500 noritate at tel OC bulls, electrlo IIU,"... fireplace

Southtat. Adult*. 540BSINOLIt 144 Lots for Solo fropsrtf lil Hou. For Soloed 153 Homes for Sale er month. IntluOIni Iso.. and h..1 and air condlMoniac. N*
117 Automobiles WantedWANTS.U Rent I Acriag, wualUrUii. Take
C.roll" A005o. I 135 Rooms For I I5.Y Ih""..... ",I. houee It about 5 *oelM coal or ,, LA111L600 HIDI4LA000 flI.hlprOt406lInI 0000: Too "00'0"'. .0E: FOI1hCLOSUI0II.1011WL4 doolo 'ear* old and In o _..oIHlt 0 ear Itulld..', norWat-e Becondoruiat
ModeL C..U CLEAN MU 5-3588 ur, :'M L. 'la monk. N_ collme 435 Permanent apart.: 00165110. .URoolII boo ..odhorn. 110..1.. 55 prI0I.Ian. t..*, comnletelr" lurnliwied, I(XTot Uireo bedrop .... CB bo... PIth OWNER SALE! location Purntehed wcept Uvlnt amiable 538. Prlted M
00001.0.0 ppoforrod, 010V. bank kppraleal erf
CoO tOoossblos Lake Marlon, onlr 5S500Tw BarmenUana. room UN-MS.
01(10 en a..barr
note lholll..
MU .
PAf CASH Cor pickuptrluck or -nl .101I'1 .....011.. Nil 1..1.. I IOORNILR ioLo.5014031.P1VI 'i S bedroom 101..... on 160'k MU 0e'1l': Small down payment Per appointment phone ....oU'.

??' S"- '" *"lrt' flea** tall PRIVATI boll 0,4,0 [00- lnl.. Ann Marl. *nlr til500 ,- -_ on Ptrker Rod In Medulla, S
0001.111, *ow opoUnpnI AVON: 100,1. 001 doon. $16 545 DOWN.mohtll bun 1.0bedroom KEN HARRIS
NU .111. tood terma. One email trailer
.Ir'o".. TV 0-0 00,1510. Mon.tI0lO three bedroom, tilt baUi CB hem
,. : bom Elton
Mel 5ud
af.I: : AdUla. *00005 OSlO.:1:1mllal month 00.1010 1.1' the water atHudwa Fark Ar.rho >
W8 PAY 016 ww fOr June nan. MO 1-3131 er MO I-575J. A000I0 P40400000.700) B Memorial* BIrd MU '''10'. lot IJtlos Sprint.on, $>350, toodurme. Smith roiutered broker wiut carport and nlllllr, on MoIor dchantor LMLA NEW LISTINGSBY

Fret Metal Pick inc.up 65J.3U7. Tonkel't Iron and ROON 0000105,4 odor(0monk. 111 Un.urniihtd .pal'll. I GIBSON PARK. All'...... lake.'lew Sro R. O. Lela owner. n88113U.BY nice appralial lot ennroslmtuir 50 000. .... *to..IIIO'monlb soot B. Florid Av*.
Out.., p01000. au II.. em- 10... Larte wooded allot wllb Ion (ate Main. Phone Ml 01S1 OWSOR 111000 bodroomu. lilt 0600.51. Coil aorl TrOD'U' "U ....3111
coon. IN ti.i. ..r 0' Ptkii.: plored couple preferred. Elertrlo: \0 bV..IIX. Uu-ee 10000 nod .ewer and water In Good term.HBO .In. b.UI. C'. lIP ..00081(0..., drIpor.Is. 5.7559 or WU 5.7173.
..I00x ... Cau. .004000. WIld ..010. tor.I00.4. 550. 5009194. b."' Modera.Blree lOll I. t-oo Land Oompane, ...-00". Reel Eslete Lzchenji"WILL. .. b II..I. kitchen. chain link FHA MANAGER
.rd tone*. New 15(20' CB ...
8KARA TOWN TVIephw N1J -411>118 tare
eaotlon aleanDdera EXCLUBIVE.: CONVENIENT: torf WESTSIDE
05fl ... med fop shop or tloraOrntal ... QUESTION. DOWN !
aparunenle. Free water *o.. 130' frontatt, 140' depu TOADS: houtee In Lakeland $100
121 Msklle Kemii ....... SIB Norm MaID" 138 UnfantlsheJ Alerts.BOU11I8IDE IBM tlewUiorne Trill near Lake or Auburntlal. for land or ...un.&t Lake..orto.area... 1505 Far eoultr Moot Too much totethernttir $300 Down
0000*.. non.106I. Holllntiwnrlh. D5I4575.CHOICE o'.orn. rand BOW 1U* Just ..1. Muirchoke
prepertr *r bur POOP .ultr
DrIb Telephone NO 5->S07.BY I Solo 3 bedroom and Florida'
: Uire. room *urUment 00040,0 blorll hom. 1ft .ood .
.. liomet In oIl lorlloniPar*
load .rI, Be
..... I. er oounfrr .
MONTEREY DELMAR FOIl LIGHT boombmoplsu. : BU1I.DINU cite* 1100 room home on ahaded lot In
SIP conditioned electric* .
41105. C00000 61 136 101 WItS
OWNtR, and three 'menla low to
LII. 1. 0614500 .t on* acr at tt SM
MIRAMAR MARK .04 II.ble (55010,4. 545 11I0011I. kitchen' eek floor.. Redecorated.tvt *45, dlrarUf behind. M50 Cle... 11.i.f.i Aslo III op .:'5111 DIrS'I P.0Ino bedroom CB full tile .... oo UI.ld. locatlcli Antique brick ,ook Or.... ,,,... Sow Immedlat' poaHMlonl'
414 Korth Vormonl.TWO .
and Meltbla Bl a, Call MU 5. Ironti hardwood floor and con.Ural '
MU s-4133t. .
rb0.ln. 01,1. .Ith 0'11I1 ,
loll 1600 0.55 010.40, 9100. port utllltr room MO B-5IU7 ,81OP br or call todtr. T 11. Turkit
VAGABONDS DOWNOTAflUt LINCOLN COURT Apartment.Lakeltnd' 0421. MU 5-3070. MU 54133. after 4 pm beat WIUl Individual room 'II lnolOdbOO 00005 aDd *0000.ABBOITHECKES or. Hftltor, MU .-"". VA
.._hobl.. tood localloo. Also llne.t for W19PTl0NAL boy. Ito,. op.p001lOslIl tluclt. W.rllLbl moner, Flnano- '''0'. PHA.I .nd FHA Are. Prwertr Mutteriurkrr
S BOX MSURANCS bedroom hou.., *,. colored peopi WILL 16.400 10' for FOR"BALE:, tWO 04,0.. Clhorn IDI
three 5 beuDberhood. .. fN 1,41140.1. 10 buUd T Bldl all M. Meat A 00.,
north Lincoln WOOl
and 'thMO
til Central Atenue. .1.. hou..otl.r Call MU 1-1'077. 5005mm.II .oon ........1 tOiA'ABIN
5-OM54. now or bold tnt future appreciation. CO. 5.00010054.CLASSIP'ISD.
1101 I Boulh mn. ATtnue I
DEE'S ONI BKbROOM: upewira aerateNewl Lou I4l o, It .0'''. 55 per 152 Reel iitete Won todB
MODERN DUPLEX two bedroomacreat month Pot further Inlormatloa. 100 X 315 lour room cabin
turnlahed and redecoratedNice 1 DISPLAYTftey
1 MOBILE HOMES > nenhborhood mad *ardWaur from eollett, *lent berkurd .all Jerry Mardli, CT 4-1914 orDan OKI ,..ul'" Nerd 11.1150. Uire room cabin and botuetrailer Realtor LMLA I. 0.0010'Ttn. A... .h MV 1..113 _
(urnMied. 150 uoothlr. lOll McDonald.I MO 54301 I IPIV. Winter CT 3-1411, WinterHaven. or tale, rental.. Mel Rude, Realor IMI Ford Falcon. Morton 1039 E, Lime St. IIU
Ml N. Wabaatt MV B9MSTRAILER MU 1-1610. laM Pollah. ROOMS .1.... Convenient* .. 1511 Eaet Memorial ...-.101. Drive. a mllei North 01l900lnod. .

BALEB ......... lu..1'i'iiRU---ruRNT) roonu. aidectrM location. Ideal fop retired peroon call 6826109IMPORTANT ''
anoe. ttoreie. Peru .. ,$ or couple. Verr reasonable. Phone: DUNCAN rllCIOHTS. Lab&dO001.oda. SMALL SOUPS 13). Welt TenthBtreet : 'AVON CHARMER
kitchen, In.
cloe vrleal
00044 6 a-o uDNPVRNUHED. I one acre r*>d LIST Nice neighborhood, lIDall'do. '
cured local
Mlraaop, loo* beat ell Baal ,.. ..
10. old kithlr mldenual. 55(00.
Jack, 4710 Dew ..,. .. ..Ol>aRM Vk du- 005.1225. WITH US .. parment, phont MU 3-3574 1"1' ... 0 11111. homo whOrl
Tampa Hlthwtr. MO 5-4OJ4. WOltKtNO p1.0 fool' rooms and btth. Two atur p m ,Sos boos .t.I.II'' ..n.ndod 60
.I AN11W: b..helor ohIrP* boo,,pled. Call MO i6723TUB LAND BUT-1010 acrea eeml- (1350 'DOWN' sos 1lI0nthl,. Three bodroo40 1100. 1.000.i
10 IW BKVL1NB. Air conditioned I '110000 bcre, Hefenweea repair eared pine land 5.0 per acre "n 06050".' ant BILL It BtTRN I.::'h.I'm: ponoled l.rnlIp. Said
..b.... Adult*, m vote 65 Leke ... MaId 000110515. 0555. I* ROOM *parUnent.ElectrliItove. 1340 acre cattle .h, fenced and IT DOWN." Bhertrl PUmer bedroomt. CB.0 balht, wood room .rom .005 ,.. .1.. do"
Bonny TsIlpt0.; MO7 116I. 01_". NU ..._. refrlteretor. wttk; tub: PP.."i lenred. Corral and .loadlncchutea r ;. rMt 104 B. rloora.echool larte: eornee Realtor lot.I'o': ': Tint rou ,.,"ull* wnnlder* Hilt 10. S0 .I.ted ...110 room Trot

MODERN TRAILER ".10'. Lam NEAR BEARaTOWM. bedroom healer furnlehed. Location near 5DB per am*. 50 acreaonlr Avenue. Ph... aTO 55I1SNeit KH9-572 Bhipler.. 3 bedroom home 't block from th.d.d nrd, ....II.hl I>OndIU.n.rom..Ubl. .
beautiful ....,11I.. Air conditioned untuned aparunent en adulu enlr Lake Morton and loll Chek 11&00. 51500 down. 300 acrei. to B To... A... Parklnc Holllnnworlh battu .l1borltood. IIU1011. -
O\irlooklni Lake Parker. Hta- 100. Joe Macaliuo, Realtor emAdulU Work In. ooupl preferred Phont no bosS ol rattle only 510,000 LOU .Blooded. Lot RO-1075.LoSs View ecreenedKirch I 'It
The epeolal
eoneole. Owner. MU 1-1755.: 337. ltto-0311. 3.000 ftcree, tour ml let from cr-
BRAND: NEW. near nolleteechoole. p...l Oarleni, D.B. hllhwerlate FORECLOSED: RFPO88EBBEDtaartaln : NO DOWN PAYMENT lelihborhood that U 5 plcatuf A. S. MORROW I
MUST BELL lan trailer .
todar.Pour .
NEAR. WATIOIO Clioto. 0.. S.d.l'OpO Bee In which lo live.
"" ..... toot Urea tJtt ",I. U the .1__ two onlr 5750 per acre In manr 5.00,10540,000.
aparLm..1. 645 FOal .0.0,4 R. ....1. R L Oardner. I LliILA
bedroom prtmnt In Lakeland C. or Mel Rudy Realtor. 1521 E. M- Re.llo. I Couldn'tBe
ton HUT Tampa Mithwtr.MOBILB onlr. Sos Macalvao, Heal oak (lootS air conditioned* built Dlek't* 0.I*.. 1011 LOOt Matenion 01.1.1 Hied ftHt-4107 .B your lot T* Sot more lor poop lnol1.,. 201 5. boo. F),. .11 I....' I
HOMO1V'010W.; : toP 3-l1T4 In rente and even, electric MU ."133. meke an offer on Solo a bedroom

trede lor anrthUx of value 1:.. .... You.U fInd .00. 00 50' In rllr, ......., 6750. Choice ALL BRICK HOMES I brick home. '4 block from ...... I
..... Mobil HomM, OoldenOale Hunter. RN-4M Cltrut and Oak NICE ONE SOUTH!
p. 000, Chari" Bn'd... 001000 MU3"11lt. .t.a1 Lak Drive. 151 Housei For Salt
Bbopplnt Center, Bar.... 130 Furallh.*. HOUSH goooru; fr_. Lane 101.W. Spotless two bedroom with
Florida. Open S-5 eerea dan OWNIIIL llAVlNllFlorFda 000..
week. FIVE ACRB him and dry two bornsOIr.dor.4 $56.36 I beautiful Florida room on
!UOI UhO"lI L.I.blool Tlr, ."b bedroom modern bo_. herd oIl.n
122 Mobil. Hemes WantedWAN'IED ..b...* ..,...... Ad.11Do OoPOlO. OOTOROWn ICTCLCf: Ben I road pond, IrrlttUon, fenced.eraped 1"1... Woodblh.rpl.bod. 0' ssS,1sbo1'.d ftr month R.I'BiII" WILLIAMS large, high lot In Cleveland

TRAILFR under SI TOO. liD .0505 0004007. M la burr with *. Inei.pntlr *, ........ Plant CII.,. SIlO three : Mealier IMLA Height Only $11,5001? RO. Done
7032750FOR BY OWNER CB -
one acre
Tampa, 59S-MI2 Write MODERN THREE: Until dawn parment m our lotaManr .,
phone cotla e
room Claeelfled 54. Dial UO bedroom, full tilt bath rerportulllltr 1531 louiS norl i
Jim Oaaa 5350 But Broadway, rot rent near Wkteon Clinic, HIEaet UTBIDI: 5.01$. .ftOO 80100.Arobor modele now undx contruotloo -'
'f.m". : Valencia MU ....8.. 5-1111 todal 4* rob roar 00121. r.OIutOrO4 'ok... '::"' 511000 53BO down .0 ..laJ, I
MO -. .fter 5. HIGHLAND HILLS!
TWO BEDROOMS. all electric ....: 688..3a. (WE DID IT)
"ALII SACRIPICK: S20' Hwr. 13 Nice three bedroom Flor-
124 Track., Trallirt I Soot eut eitr. Rent or SOIl 'lol BALK:' Oood buIldIng lot
.... 8010100.
d... tM month. ....1111., corner. 75X100 Cltr ....r. One roo. Hew home" IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION .1 Ida room with double garage
Iuo6 Bee at block front oob...... Call eot0510 loni' 'Pat't Place, Lake Placid
aims ..r..R.f.mnRt:: ,, Mark'tTredlnt I FURN18UED COTTAGE lor I we Florida. FIVE BEDROOM BRICK on big lot near new

Pool. near but and atom. 1310 Dllle 139 Unfvrnlthed Heusei ICB LOTS lk Ironteeoantrr COUNTRY 110a.u:. 'IItor" pool.I CO Hom.llh rental eolUte. Dou.t school. Only J13.9401 RO-
KIT CHEVROLET plrkuo truck : Btreet. Rome with bearlnt cltrut 51,0. 500b. .*... '1..1."".. INC. carport and I.,.. utllitr and Your Choice
A-l condition. Bee 3304 Bouts NEAT CHEERFUL: : laree roomelurnlahed POUR KDoOMS.. ,our bat.. treet. tl.100 .... Clark Realtr. ..r....... 000. .8\1018" 001.05PM. 411 ... FIB Avo. I orate room Juet m.d. fur th. 1073 I
Florida Avenue. MD 1-1741 or nfurnlehed. Bui at tMhlonable locttlon. near Lake 6554011.UARUK 55S-11S1 ... I.rte femllr Lot 100 0520'. Cloee
door prefer permanent elderly lolllnt.worth. iflOJ Cleveland -.13. to town sod ,.. to Bt. Joeepharhool.
WALK IM truck err good con.dltloa. 000000 or oo pl.. .It 0100.005. Helthtt Blvd. 582-O671. Nllhti LrVIO: lou KlnimaaArl Etcellenl for liaullmtooli Mil 0.2313. and week-endt phone Winter Haven. .. Water, ....... 54RS foIl bedroome, tleeplnc* porch, Cottatar olfer, I $99
equipment or camping Ha MT-mei (collect. price* 510 down 510 month. No I. .. 2-U3t between S-7 P m REALTOR
too hinted bunkt bulk In. Bee ONB ROOM cottaae, kitchenetteprivate lolereit. write Boi 4B6 KlutmanArt PHA VA home 00,561.10I $50 PER MONTH NEAR HOSPITAL MORTGAGE BROKER
lake. Trailer apace tree to BOOTH81DE: LOCATION ;
S720 South Lincoln.1IM1 ... ',K3.4WEBTSIDE nearhopplnt *. Free plcturea, mape 1 1100 .. 1400 down. Bhipler "" .1.
couple. keep lake 01. and Mhoolt, three bedroom Aluractlv two bedroom tamtt with 1527 E. Memorial Blvd.
Vk TON pkkup strlellne TWO bedroom, couple *, tilt bath 50* *,. room. 1.01'. M-S80a Id...>, '''.672' I I and t od..... frame homet Florid room,_carport and ulllltr
Ford Orlflnal, luaaouabl owner.. *Eicellentcondition sa43JBalter : or with ....... Hear elore andHia. kitchen' with oallnf tree carport Looking for gracious .1 hat mu.t b* .old lmmediuris | room plO additional bulldlns dial 688-4107 any time 'SI' Psntlae( 2.Do.rSidesRoss
. utUltlee optional. MU 0-35JO 575 1 month. Phone MO a-3534 ? MCW.: Trade poor uallfrln. n* clount' ooet noline. Owner hat reduced price, : swell.
0 Kin Country Living e oqultr Three bedroomt that Minimum down .
ALSO furnlehed I
o 125 8u... TWO BEDROOM urnlihed b.'.. 3 bedroom. Mel Rudr Realtor*and Then Look toBRIAR . wIll takt twin bedt. Welkin '1.. sod> rou more In Por Information 814 OSCEOLA ,
Near 11>II0010. Twa email children *nre ahoppln aad elementarr >hon* Mondtr throum Frldtr I DiSote lDeerSidanAOX
.l-0 07. ata month 1121 Eaet Memorial Blvd. set LAKE MORTOn AREA : 54
e from Bouthweet
\. BCHOOL HUBW> lor SAC acceptable echool acroee etreet 605.
lI>M Ford 1964 CII........doO"1 ATTRACTIVBXY FORN1BUEDmodem 497.Thou. BRAEand Junior HUH. WOOl Wlndeor T.o bOIl roo.. ' home with 1111 EAST MAINWhere .

1M1 OMC 1930 CB borne. H..d0 Dew BEDROOM: one bath t.. Btreet elf South Lincoln A,.. MU 2-2233 ,.. ootra lola. O..not wIll soIl .
FltUbl Call M2otU4RENTALS : oto... Verr Bundtr Ulernoon, alee rex will find one *
1 4> rood reasonable 511 Pint hU' Open
Ward ivurt with Iti lot or I or S lute I
Montiomery .... .
seara Town .d. ,
0.000 priced
,... ee 55 4DoerSedanDrIve
60 Dick Barn appointment. Phone Mercury
1100. Clark Realty, ...-.031. *. Realtor* 456m.tto. br or all Will eubmlt 011... on all nthtl
I "03.UNPURNI8H&D. 1t10. 5M-335I op .nr ....,. Coned lor It.

1r TWO hood BEDROOMBN two larie acrerned, eulet .porcheemonttUj. ...bbo... DUPLaX I bed..oom. FLORENCE CIRCLEIn TWO BEDROOM homo, WooL ...... COUNTRY LIVING d..III. ltI"I'I' '.. .MONIA... 4 In Soyder the I leer Cenvertl,
., o.porl, I bl..k. 5000010. .0mpI..I' furnlehed. ...200.
.7. MU6lg, 0023UoIl.h. Trailer and CB C.bosh.s I acr* $1766
128 Bmlnets Mat si F., Rent 00005.40: 800. 52)0 C10000. the beauUful Term.. 3914 Cochran Street 'urnuhed, body to mtv In PLANT CITY '11 PONtIAC' 5.006090* Cu,. '57 IUICIC
009-5075 or 0024150. AUIiURNDA"1P p o000. pop.In Muit tee lo appreciate Price ... down tnd about 400 t 4609 4-0.50 hr.n. AIr
F00L3.A611. Conaierolal buliilIn 81X ROO" bo... ' fur Lakeland gpooo 000e I. hop thIs 0100' "SCO. HN505.Bedroom month lor attractive* two bedim all power
with llvlnt uartert attached 131 For lost, Mitctllonieui (*0005 sOd oW"" 5433 P100 P01. No olOolnu no.". Fl.. room CDoIth 3 1 Bath CH home homt In Morrtll Pak 5115 4. oot H.r4to
135 feet hlthwtr front.. with I Phon MO 85325.THHEK 01: klIhrn. 12. Cln". 5. ir erhool. 00*, 510700. wlUi570O d.t FHA.MARY. u".1 54 rosa ....... 55 ...1....
plentr of paved parkin and up : Drive South out Cleveland Road WO 7-37.15. I down. balanoe like rent full' warranty.
: all
00IouZDLNI1AL1w'OhOd BEDROOM electmkitchen $245.
MMtHClAl Only
co Kathleen .
to 10 acre of I.od..Ilibl. or '.....*..... renteJa t anllei out Ktthlren Height Blvd.. past the New TOR KB BEDROOMS IV ar. E. LEAHY I, '.. OLDSMOIIl ".." d.I .
S311 Hlihwer. ew15 -
Mew Tamp Mel Rudr 1Ift1"' .. I8J7 loot: Me Rod on .pl.., ....... 555 moo UL. Florid room. a.r conditioned I Doer Heratop, Facterrair
m..1* Bled emt-4107 anrllme Ir. MU 23HII5LAKEVIEWl Carlton Palmore Elementary fenced ,.,d. Real b..ln I. .1 SEE THIS R.allI I all power, alua.t 0A CANDY"Here's
School 0000 drnroble 1.0.110. CoIl NU aOll 14se.0! with S SIr. lots 710 20. Msos. MU .13.1 >vt ; -
E. Highland
THRICE to Convertl.bU.
: bedroom .to THUNDtaaiao
129 furntihed ApartrnsntiTMREI too bathe. Hear Walton Clinic 5.400 000altor_S_ p m 5024454 H. 06 old.. home IA'Ld ... I reotory air. Pewer,
1)1 Mobil. Homos, Lan* rard lot children, 530 Eal.. and look for signs Til RUB BEDROOM: two bath CBhouee. fixed un l* b* nal mot RN..n .le*. .
ROOMS and bath. lu,,>- ''... a., tern. 51 PONTIAO Oetalln Weten.
lob... Two up_. an. 10.... $40s.d 10 liable Manr pith',. bID 4-1171 or WANT TO BUILD? LAKE BONNY DRIVE Pewer eteerin*.

.6. KII .I3t1.. 1,0100.C11AN..NOD"I\N 1>011..'I..hl.hed. Good bon 1104.006dlIIfl0. _., .TWO... "bborboo4..IDROON: e.000.20453.bOomS 110m.. 145 Bu.In... ProportyTAMPA MU ....18. Two nlc* lolt, corner dtrr nd Modern 4 bedroom tile I 'S2 OLDCMO**i'*! "**" .. Scm MOil
FURNIBHEO OR unlurnl.hed. private BARGAIN three bedroom nod LoiS: Parker. Good bur Lo- Door Pactorif air* all
f r.lobo4.'WI. NEW
VLlllt' :
beth entrance. 527.00 to ...kl.. IIJ3.1' two BEDROOMS kitchen din WUHWAV 110 i 8.a...,. C,, Carport, utllltr. built-in b...- juts. baths Master BR extra owo'. '
.n..1I11O Owner want offer John B 55 OLDS HARDTOP
.... aad utllltr
In. Or. llvlnt room
55550 .Ihl' AparkPlente. C"avltot
Nenott 1'
... tile bath Ineulated awnlntndowt Florida I ,I '.. 4.DWM ...
MU 14445. Phone B82-724a M ."-..... en ... Realtor* 124 Wool Mtln .L. 2r.u. Ion large. Beautiful
dl..ondd .
furred .U. da 'm ll y.*
vVILBONIAN APARTMKNTS Purlehed ONB BEDROOM: modern bo ... OlOtr'd.. RESIDENTIAL; COSMOS C I A t .' ..lIIn.. , 110 Room with large fireplace <*i ,redl aol neater, S.. 'ittt! $395

*r *.mll 'DI.b'". On u-ailer. NIce-cleaB Priced ..-.. TWO: 'BDROO" boo.., U.O 5.0.'on Induetrlal *lota, tltft all or.... Me ClIp La.... .'.110O. .n 500.10. Aloonl. SETH McKEEL Lot 106x1,10 feet. $16.500.// e5 ." .
beautiful Ukefront. 151 take ible.. 1605 Nortu Florid 00000. $10001. e.1I a.6611. Rud,. Realtor, 1827 B. M.mllvrt .. Iwo b.duom CII 5..'.. Plo,. 55 OlOtMOail.1 4.Doer '51 Ford "ConvtrtlilV
M" 11-1'1' .. -4IOT ....... ..ndtbur.b. RN980. Call Tom Wilson 5000405! Waten
Ida room. oonr oohool.
No "' MU 3-3581 moos I1EDROON sir ..ondl.1I0ned. REALTOR LMLAPh. Power eteerlni bOob0 New ...
... Ideal retirement bom.. _
PDRNIBHED APARTUINTa: at healed beautiful kitchen. 146 Forms, Groves, Ranches 11,500 IH .....n.b. Bout home.n MU J-51B3 119 1. Lemon St MU 6-7863 evenings. 555hxdramatii
417 Boutft Tenneneee and IKteet 134 Mobil Hems lots 0.hw..0,.. Near Crrttal Lake I Bkrllne Ao,,,. Terme dloro..t Only' $395
Ker .l door Cal ACkl: uoo.-.6 ... 7 .....
Palmetto Keaeonabl. all 1110 month. ne 10
'."68. Terrr Lanler, Woo Palm Beach _10.1.0,1.. 1.30 .. ...... lOP....caek.., lote in eoultr.or truck Will or accept trede R. M. MARLER I 1111 EAST MAINFrnnlt '59 BUICKCONVERTIBLE
LAKE: HONNY Four Bl.r Nloblle JII '-.B.o or 1(1 55105.rr Lr... Onl, .60.000. o004 toorm.N. Pb oS.005.Pl5 01.00 .?.- ".
MOTEL APARTMEI4Th one andtwo New lancet Solo In ... IrbI00. Contact LCKOIOROVE
Home Park & SON Foster
rooms, lID.... utilltiet* luniehed. .. THRI: 'IIURoOON: CB. CIOPOI.Thr ,.. Of. .
Laktland. Him and .... Municipal 0110.11 01,10 R..II .b 125 BtACH Avenut. Three bedoom
.. ..,
Dikle Motel. 4500 New electric, water and ..... 5lh.. MO nld.*.JB F.bro. ci... pho.. 0000101 &Y 04327. Iramt. two porehet. larteIvlnc NEED AREPAIRMAN LIIILA 000100,0. I, MOTOR SALES Drive It BW.,
Tampa HlthwarATTIIACTIVKLY. meter a... hue IIn... Block to Route I. 000 '1.. and dlnlnt room comblnalon. 1401 L Mob. JfV $695
FORNIflHEO 1 new Orevt Park Bhopplnt Center. THRill: BKDROOMB. Newlr 4.0. BARGAIN. 10 acreilottlr Two lartt lou, 100 alae'. 2-021 lIotn 50010,50
and S bedroom ftpertmenu L Oood lakt ,..hl.. and .boatint. 0,51.4. .lIa Cln.l.od 11.I.b". arantee. 5 to 7 ,.... old Phont B5I-IV4I ,I 0.05 "..11..1I '
raud< 405 leouUl Florid Fbon BmtU peta, Itto North Crrf Coil liII1 04000. with, toot ho .., tood location 1200 DOWN. 56) ...nUl. Br owner :- CLASO00ISD DISPLAY' 58 PLYMOUTH
MU IO T.DE8UUBLB. tal Leke D"... MU ,.,.. TWO BEDROOM noun*. Sloe Jorth ol Lakeland. Call Malcolm attrattlvt 1 bedroom CB ? Stella 'B..a

OUTHBICI apartlent. DIX1B MOBILE Park. 4850 New .nd .00rl....toe furnlehed Larte Thomu twalntb 554-75BO with home. bullt-lne fenced paid, SI3- I
1-1 _roo..., ....1. den- Tamp Hllb.... Larte drr lot*. lot, Children loom.. CaU MU, Sort Rod._ .... Realtor, '5 71t.IEVEN I 4454OUB. $595
orated date I. slob, b.... MU Municipal meter ....... teleDISCOUNT t-ieio after 5 weekdartTX : ACREB tood farm land TO clrcumetancee, will eel ll :, HAROLDCRAWFORD
1.5200.CLAISIF150: ..,....._eIl2."a.CLAII'I'IED. ROOMS lane bed roonuecreened too, ..n.. Went. 55..00, .....m.Areb.r 1 hre* bedroom two bath encel : All Can On Our
DISPLAY DISPLAYi porehet. near Lake Moron. BmlUl _1.10.011 broker loot condition CB home In 005.lond You will find :
Inquire 1133 Wool Oil,.. 8811.01.1. HUH for ....Ule., CaU MV a complete Lot Ar.e.1/
U_# # =.;,. # # #Y Oo'I( -
___. FOR RENT unfurnlehtd houee I-41M "
It ..clt B.. Ih* Lor"f
poor roomt aDd both On but YOUNG PRIME TWO ""1>ROOM boon I 0. .1. listing of dependable Te Self.
1100. Cloat t* tchool, church.lore. 10 cree of I rr. old Hamlln, Cub 02.030. Nil IIU 0' Haiold ,.....11'.
..0. Phon. MU .-.,a.. 20 excellent
I our root on aeree .nt ..,.,,01. r* his HAROLDFUSSELL
FOUR EXCEPTIONAL hornet. b.... aoU. Waur for Irritation iWo 1II1DROO": 01.50 .1.. lot.ohu'olt service firms In Classified .
: th,.. bedroomt two batht .... Full pric onlr SieooO, termt 010100. 11... Jtooonoblo "' ..., ..1.,..5 a "I.,").

Irol heat air, 1100-5125. Clark C'II nl3.u.a.
047 An.u.I. ly wtltomt.
eallr. BH44031.SEVERAL TED TOWSON today under "Busi
I It : QUALITY three bed- 1ta.I.OrMtJ 05000 011,00.. two e000doWn. INC.
I room 50500 A. I .lilt 517 I. ".. A.. Old PollI elL' Hood .11 ness Services." HAROLD FUSSELL INC.
110,00.. Re.ltor.. MU 1-31u. ."081.
411 N. Florida Ave.
MODERN TYREll kedreemi.. Lrt Classified ads : : UEUHOOM home ..01II
......... machine aonneeUont. pay your Jvt acree land. 513.500 Cain 411 N. Florida Ave. Ph. MU 27113 MU 2-7111

t ood tulrt .netahborhood rltrut bills by converting that no 'hone MU S-31OO.
reel. ..'d... but 570. Phont CLAIIII"I DISPLAY .
Mil ' longer used musical Instrument LOW DOWN parment. new, CD -
425 Hopewell. Tw. bath, three -
NORMANDY Nodorp 11100bOdr000l. Into fast Cub. Dial edroonn. 6I3-114V I'
Iform..d'. 1 1000005n
407 MU 8-1151 now. MCE TWO bedroom CB I..' r..
fenced 575-500 Clark
-4011 tinted Inild and 00*. lint lIt JENKINS
lealtr *.16 room lu.t off North Florid*
140 Wanted Te Rent Misc. 141 Interns Property Convenient to tllr but ".-. -$-

TlII5 li.UIWON 100.. th,.. 101100. m Hull.ii'OWNaR. .
'lloiKOBIONALH NKEU modern. ..r ..r.... I.r.. .010,160 ....1. clean and neat '
bD.... Rent *r leee* with purhte ..,U. 5700 0 month Income. 00. 'hret bedroom homo In Rewia
option" Clark Reallr 505. propoL 004 J wner *t B401 Tntlewood. Park. Good Ie"0 qualifiedpurchaeer
TIME! 40 Jl.KKDEU. MU 5-2310 Will trade Phont ....1

MEVERAL Itlisotlo.horn. DKLUXE: SOUTH elde ..uploo.T. 334. e8n.8".. 452-0024
.. ... ....
I. .Id. A. a .. bedroom, oak floor, lart* THRn APAR1'MNS all hr.
Morrow. Rraltora. 552.3157 r..m'. Air conditioned. Priced ..... AU
lob.... 00050000 .Ir.
| SAFE BUY USED CARSDOOCI j LI COUPLE: WANTS to rent 1, S 100 Inveetment, term. rented. In good *ondltlon. Lute
i bedroom apartment. Moot be No tloelnt* oeett. MU '''33.. Kreoned porch. Larie corner "

\ clean Oood pelthborhood. Button. INCOME PROPERTIES two 10'. Double ....... 401 North vr
GUARANTUD 442-7141. ....U.. Motel md three bedroom hornet with ermont Avenue, Lakeland, PlorIV OVER

'urnlehed rental unite _,m.. 55.. I
..> IssoSo, .y... S(35 South Florida* A... :
i 50 <"'. *.*. $195 leeltr. bedroom hotut. t
il !
.....Ic trwiMmitti . Ml UOGIR IUC. MO 43151f .WN.=iooo" nelthbortNear :I
B N FUR1IIBHKD retirement : (tore*. Block off
0 51 HILLMAN block .....", $365 i home In ft trowlnf communltr d."A":..... Will tell furnl.hed -I

ktlr CLASSIFIED/ ADS required Write Bos or partlallr furnlehed. Wlir )
i iIt 'I-14M. (...lend Letter take lat* ttooel car Co E
i 0 5 5 OLDS bly I hardtop, rdi*, : 395 M2-5S24 10'04'1

k*;rrFORD REAl ESTATE 148 Prop.rt I CLASIb0 DSPLAYIII _I IIU ) : :: .

tdn r.*i*. $ 8ACRIYIC& C1DAHI.:
57 5 9 5
frttn 143 Mobil. HemeTetT ".110. 3 bad.oom .0.01 otoOs
>*.ir . 6,0.0. "..... Coolt 0' 10o,..
""AU nt'UL .AHuIl .h.d, lot .....
10Le from 5000 I% off 00
It PONTIAC I .'." V.50'", $795 .
51 for frailer on MIC Pun Bep .0.0 am, COOS A c-b. NEW'64 !
wr . . tie Tank water and Pit Old...... S DlIIM North of 10o.
6tV4>3tRAILia. _. .
301. w sod .01000IADLI
$ ED'
'59 CHEVROLET 4 deeri FOWl 895
. OWNIRa: You II enWivlnt LAKL Lok'ro.L IoulldIn. -
i I.IAir en P ouOo a lot In Lake .1". 17a 0 fOCI'. .....LllulO.k. I" \ Mercury : D

'59 LINCOLN .....*. power sir $139 5 ood Trailer Eetau. Two .. p.lm.. 0110. Ir_. Tom USED TRUCKS
lorkt lit of Lett Parker o0Joollo MorSe. 0001100 1401 ..., lIaID.
.. .. lartt
i .." $ Btreet. lota paved LoS.Isod p8000 402-1001.
'60 MERCURY ......, ,...', wircoi $1195 ureet.. reetrlcted. underaroundtllltlet AND TRACTORS A
Follow altnt. Edward CAPS: CORAL H.... 8110. 1800
i >d.hnCHEVROLET Hollo'.". 2... Realtor, 45>-333t lop no oo oilcan 0 so.0mo 51,404bilinno. '60 ENGLISH Ford Vo*. $2115 $400.
59 pitaup. $895 .r .4A-H97B "',.... 4004040.CLA061FI1O V." cl..... R.*, ondtidt

; ten *L.LA6atl"'ILD' DISPLAY DISPLAY door I.."' .... "**

f '61 *AMSLIR td.n, rw. .. $1095 .i.* ... A boy ., $795

healer . if i CHEVROLET tell NI9E6W4 Mercurys .. 1'0.
59 4 ,..11 "II. D.Ii..,.
'59 CADILLAC teJtn. .1, $1095 : [Spccial-2 Weeks Only ,lcku,. Now ,.In.. M..OI

conditioned ONLY $795 11 11"Lak

t '60 CADILLAC Md*. wir $9395cwndirloii FEB. 2nd THROUGH FEB. 15th '51 INTERNATIONAL Vi $800

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'61 CADILLAC tedtn wir $$2695 Aol 0..
condition." ..
FREE COLOR TV lond's Newest Home"Of ..------'-'-- -
c nditill wntr $745

condition . With The Purchase Of The Metro V.". tcollont .....

61 CONTINENTAL ..01.., oircondition $2795 ., "
chonlccl condition. G,..., 4

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I Mobile Homes 941 EAST MAIN ST.


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U UK'EtAND 1..1''DG'EItt'onda'Feb._ I, 1931______, BRAILLE EXPERT DIES

I Parachutist Is Injured y1 F Let's Play BridgeBy II Robert Atkinson. 78, who was
I r blinded at the age of 2S by a ,

In 5,500 Foot PlungeLOUISVILLE six-gun explosion and went onto *1
ALAN TRUSCOTTBY I found the Braille: Institute of

Ky. (AP) -. when his reserve parachute America and spent many years "f
ALAN TRUSCOTT aging, but even so he, too serving the sightless died Sat-
Parachutist Fred Hastings, 29,,
should have
briefly passed.
One of the most famous dupll urday. Atkinson onetime Mon.
of Louisville today was after in serious he plunged condition i Tittle said Hastings was to cats bridge garnet In the world NORTH tans cowboy, was managing director .
fall free for about 20 seconds wJ it h.ld every Wednesday nightat 4 KQS of the Institute from its
5,500 feet to the ground at Seymour
Ind.Hastings. before pulling his parachutecord w the Mayfalr Club under the VAJ111 Inception in 119 until bis re-
making his 41st at about 3.000 feet Hastings watchful eye of maestro Harry 742 tirement. In-1957. -
Flshbeln. An annual award the ----
jump with the Kentucky Parachute was falling face down In a Frances Herzog Memorial Trophy KS2
Association, landed feet, spread-eagle position when the a Is given for the best per'tormance WEST (D) EAST
first in a soft wet field cord was pulled. The parachute at these game during A .2 Ale
James Tittle of failed to open properly. : a calendar year, and the V SO VQ74AKQ10S
other Jumper who was sunday.l Tittle said Hastings wa 1963 winner was Louis! Levy of J12 CASHFor
Ing from the ground jerked up end pulled the cordon 9K Newark who la also a notable A7SI QJS4
tings was saved from a safety parachute. chess player. Close behind In SOUTH
--- the standings was his regular/ AJII4SVKI2 Every
partner, Mrs. Anne-Marl Sport

Consolidate Your BillsYou s ing.Careful defense la perhapsmore 4A11.. e1 NEED

important than bidding Neither side was vulnerable.
conventions in winning tournament -,The bidding:
may be able to cut *. In the deal shown today, West North East South
From one of the Mayfair games, Pass 1 V Pass 1 A
your present obligationsin Levy displays an unspectacular 2. Z. Pass S. Medical end
but thoughtful defense Pan Pass Pass dental expenses
half less.Mr.
or The North-South bidding was West led the diamond king.
somewhat uncultured. The Debt consolidation
"M" was trying to pay $282.00 per month. His standard opening bid for North Levy led the diamond king,
combined cut to $150.00 month. and deduced from his partner'athree Household I'
payment were per II one club which solves all expenses,
the first trick that his
"K" month and some problems of rebldding. Oneleart on targe and small I
Mr* was paying $275.00 per ,.A, < side could make two diamond
of her accounts were in the hands of the Credit li acceptable if partners; tricks at the most It was tempt. (
Bureau, she had been turned down on a $3,000.00 ar ,f agree to bid four-card majorsuits ing to take another diamond Auto repairs andmaintenance
Loon from two lending institutions. Through our "'r" and to rebid two no-trump trick but that would have been charges..
system she was able to obtain $12,000.00, consolidate */,.d J.b '< J with minimum hand. Such an fatal. Instead he shifted to a
would not be unsound end
her bills, clear her credit and repay the money agreement club, diagnosing that It was urgent Mortgage
it would
although contravene
with only $120.00 per month. I for East to establish a club Insurance premiums.I .
normal Without it
\ i Mr. and Mr "S" paying out $400.00 DEATH CAR-Tom .itj twl.'.. wreckage li .11!! tttmt remains of this small foreign car lit which North would to trick before South could establish
I month and their were combined and low per Chariot TaJ 100.,....', 26, ., Luke Alfred, ",., killed. when It did ......1... Inf the path ., a .....1. I find a suitable rebid hard-pressed after a re hearts. I
ered to $48.00 got per month.payment Th accident happened early ,..tit,.., ....""n. .. U. S. Highway 92, watt ., tf.,_ Cltr.I I sponse of two clubs or two dia South took the club Jack with - <....*.. Photo By H.ghn IErhard's monds. Dummy's king so that East war
Mr. and Mr*. "W" combined their payment* and unable to continue clubs when
j lowered their obligation* from $500.00 to $150.00 Normally, silence Is golden In he won the next trick with the PAYMENT TERMSTO
such a situation, but Levy as
per month. spade ace. But thanks to Levy's SUIT
West, overcalled diamonds,
For financial Service Information Call 752-2450 Chief Security Officer Takes Own Life encouraged by his solid suit, foresight, East was able to re- YOUR POCKETBOOK!
Day, or John T. Cockrell 752-5040, Night North should have passed, to turn a diamond so that his! part.
ner could play a second club.
I II DORTMUND, Germany (AP) Jews In Russia during World did not want to damage the gov. indicate his minimum hand This established East's club
since he had been relieved of LOANS UP TO $600
FINANCIAL SERVICEDIVISION -Ewald Peters, chief security War 11.Peters ernment. the obligation to rebid. Three trick and the contract hingedon
officer for Chancellor Ludwig was one of two leading the for the heart
The government Is Investigating small cards in the opponent's guess queen
IJ Erhard, committed suicide in members of Erhard's G.A.C.FINANCE <
govern Communist unsupported suit should normally With little to guide him South .-
O' :jail the state of.cite ment accused of crimes.
prosecutor' war
I be guessed wrong, and was down
regarded as a liability.
Cockrell Enterprises, Inc. announced Krueger committed war crimes
I today. Refugee Minister Hans Krueger South presumably regarded the
t 104 E. Hatnet St. '.0. Box US Plant City, Florida. il Peter was arrested Saturday resigned Saturday, saying he during the Nazi occupation of two-spade bid as mildly eneouri one.Notice that without West's two
I on suspicion of having killed had committed no crimes but__Poland.__ __ i club leads the contract would CORPORATION
Since their purchase by the have been entirely safe, because 12t West Main Strut
U.S. In 1917. the Danish West South would have established a takslml.Rand.Lisptess .
Indies have been known as the heart trick in dummy on which
Virgin Islands. I to discard his losing: club.


NEW ECONOMY PREMIUM The Civil Rights Bill ;r

Disregarding our race, color or creed let us all take on objectivelook

at this bill leaving out the obvious motivating questionof

the race issue.YOU .

$ Esso Plus



the hot new middle-grade gasoline
your right to the use of your own property as you wont to use It

your union seniority even your right of free speech. .

This Is what six members of the House Judiciary Committee all

gives most cars full power lawyers and all experts in this sort of legislation said about the bill:

"It this bill Is enacted, the basic and fundamental power ef' the

States and the power of our local governments to regulate business

for about 20 lessa gallon than .. and been to preempted."In govern the. relation of individuals to each ether will have

all the years congress has pondered the equities of civil

major-brand premiums n: rights legislation, no committee has ever suggested for the execu

tive such totality of power as is embodied in this package of. leg

islation. Grant It, and our fire ball of. liberty will spin into dark

ness "

The six were Rep. E. E. Willis, D. La.; Rep E, L Forrester, D. Go.

i ,: w' Rep. William M. Tuck, D, Va.; Rep. Robert T. Ashmore, D, S. C.; Rep.

John Dowdy, D, Tex; and Rep. Basil L Whitener, D, N. C.

Under the terms of the Administration's so-called civil rights

NEWS FOR FLORIDA MOTORISTS! bill, giving dictatorial powers to the administration, particularly the

If you are driving your car on either a regular grade gases President and the attorney general:

line or a major-brand premium, you may not be getting the '
could' 'lose their' right* of freedom of speech and
best value for your money! The great majority of cars to All Citizens
I day need more than a regular grade gasoline for top r.- 4 I I freedom of the press (Section 202-203))

performance-but many of these do not need premium A could 'lose their right' to rent, 'lease or

gasolines selling for more than New Esso Plus,the economy O P LU \ \ All Homeowners sell their. homes as free Individuals.

premium. This hot new middle-grade is the one gasoline > (Sections 601.602)

that's just right for these cars. It has all the octane and
and developers' )* residential property could lose their
performance additives they need for full power, R ealtors I
right to act as free agents. (Sections 601-602))

NEW SAVINGS If you are now using major-brand { l9tlti savings and loon associations and other financial Institutions
Dull KS, could lose their right to make loans end extend credit in
premium, New Esso Plus may save you as much as 2 f per re accordance -
with their best (Sections 601.602)Employers )
gallon-30 to 40 cents per tankful with no sacrifice in ;' .a

power. I could lose their right to "hire or discharge anyindividual"
and to determine "his
NEW POWER! If you now use regular gasoline, New terms, conditions or privileges of employment" (title VIII)

Esso Plus can restore lost power for very little more thanyou're
under Federal civil service could lose their seniority

now paying. ._ __ _.< ."I.' ..,..-" All I persons rights. (Section 711 ((01) 1

tankful at the of I Q0
Try a sign Jy9'AoI w3
could lose their .
Union seniority rights within
." -. .. .. .' Members
*Most Esso dealers are independent businessmen and set their locals and apprenticeship pro-
their own prices, but generally the price of) new economy pre- j grams. Title II, Title VI via Section 711 (bl) ) ,

mium Esso Plus is as much as 2t per gallon lees than the I could lose their right to choose their members,

prevailing price of major-brand premium gasolines. Labor unions to determine the rights accorded: to their
1 members, ond to determine the relationship of their members to each other,
,rA (Title VII, Title VI via Section '711 1 (bl) )

n. Farmers could lose their right' to choose freely' their tenants and
Euo Extra-tha world's first choice in premium auoIIIMS > employes. (Title VI and Title VII I)
, (for high-compnation tnfinet... uniurpaued -
f for power and performance.HUMBLE Owners of Inns, hotel, motel restaurants, cafeterias, lunchrooms,

Z soda fountains' motion picture houses, theaters, concert
halls, sports arenas, stadiums and other places of entertainment could lose
their right to carry on their business freely in the service of their customers
(Title II, Title VI and Title VIM)

Check it for yourself and there's very little time left then wire

OIL & REFINING COMPANY .*. AMERICA'S LEADING ENERGY COMPANY MAKERS OF ESSO PRODUCTS write or call your Congressman and Senators and ask them to vote againstthis


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