Lakeland ledger

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Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title:
Lakeland evening ledger
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
February 4, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
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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University of Florida
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Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
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Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)


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Cloud FORECAST with rain today *

; mostly cloudy LAKELAND LEDGER

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Both Nations Preparing Protests- *

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., U.S., Cuba Argue '. outWhere



F s Boats CapturedKEY


I.'I WEST (AP) Four Cuban structed to put before the UN States since the United States portedly transferred their I
fishing boat and their Security Council "this piraticalact broke diplomatic relations with catches to the larger refrigerated
crews were held here today of the United States govern the Castro regime In 1960. vessels.
while Cuba and the United ment" which Roa charged "is U, S. officials sought in con- "The skipper of one Cuban
part of the Criminal machinery tinued questioning to learn what boat said he didn't know he was
States prepared protests about vainly attempting to starve the brought the Cuban fishing vessels in American waters while another ..
the Cubans' disputed position Cuban people into submission" to the spot where they were said he realized he was but
W Cuban Foreign Minister! Raul The Cuban foreign minister intercepted by the Coast Guard said they were only fishing
Roa contended the fishing boats said he instructed Czechoslovak Cmdr. C. W Wahl, who headed Wahl reported.
were detained on the high was ia's ambassador in Washingtonto the Coast Guard operation
State Atty. Gen. lames Kynesaid
'I and forced Into U. S. territorial "present an energetic protestto said' nearly three tons of refrigerated this state has authority to
waters by armed U. S. CoastGuard the State Department and demand fish were aboard two of
prosecute the crews. Randolph
< patrol craft, a Havana immediate release of the the boats.
Hodges, state conservation director
broadcast said. kidnaped crews"Czechoslovakia "We found no arms or susplc
said if the federal
Roa said protests would be handles Cuban lone things" Wahl added. He gov-
made to the U. S. State Depart communications to the United aid, the other two boats re-' (Turn to Page 2. Column I)
ment and the United Nations,
and ordered an energetic demand
Senator Holland/ Congratulated for release of the boats
and 38 crewmen "kidnaped he '
,,,.aloI.! .. J.$ .... c..|rtiil...M S... Svmxr I... HolUnJ *f Icrtcw Hr a ctrmtony .. the said In""a new type of Yankee ,. t irYW
WMt Hmn ...., *t which t*. 24th Ammdmmt wH.wls,1k. poll .*. a a cmdltlm. t* y.ti"< piracy. ''d hl
w. crHfl4 n effect. Holt** w.. rinciMl .,._ ef tfc. ll>ltln. ..Kind Johnson *r. H..MMl U. S. Plans Protest a
> .r J.... Cmick ..* S**. G..ri. S"......,. d Fterl**. At rls>t I li JM,)I kub. .* .Hiclvlf A State Department official '. r +& t e "
.... .tlc.". *... Dmcrt 'ctie.--C" Wlr*,ht.). who flew to Key West from Miami
said the United States planned
to protest violation of U. S.

Petition Asks Polk Board tro's territorial commercial waters by fishermenThe Fidel Cas.

four fishing boats were ,
I intercepted off Dry Tortugac Wr tia
Sunday and were escorted 65
miles east to Key West where b t 1

,. To Act On Air Pollution crews In Havana were questioned Radio's broadcast r

r monitored in Miami Roe was
By RONNIE STUART "We did not make a great Roe theorized that the law quoted as saying categorically"the
Ledger Staff Writer effort. to canvass the whole I. aimed at "making funds incident occurred In international .
"'C BARTOW-County commissioners area; Roe said available to clean up the situation waters about five miles
this morning were "We probably could have on a local level." southeast of Dry' Tortugas. TwoU.
given a petition asking that filled a book." Roe cited a 1961 grand jury S. Coast Guard craft ordered
they "take such steps as may Commission Chairman Wil. report which stated that "live them to put in toward the coast
be necessary to compel a solution mer McCutcheon told Roe the stock was damaged and killed and remain there until further ,
to the air pollution commissioners will have to by gasses emitted by phosphate instructions.
menace in Polk County." have "as much .ctuall.. industries in Polk Coun Later Roa charged, "the Cuban
The petition was presented formation as you may have" ty." ships were boarded by Yin- ,

I to commissioners by Willard Roe said that a hearing will The petition to the commission keel armed with machine guns e x ,, ft .r
l Roe Winter Haven citrus be held by a U. S. Senator In stated that "the effects who conducted 'a humiliating "n i 4 ,
grower, who currently has a Tampa on Feb. 25. and "you of this pollution have search with detector devices and J .+
damage suit against Armour may want your feelings stated. been are and will be damag. also photographed the crews and
and Co. pending in federaf at that meeting." ing to the physical wellbeing fishing gear"
court in Tampa. Roe said the meeting will of citizens and taxpayers of Roa said Cuba's ambassadorto rJ Wltie erI
Roe estimated that the p*. 'be.held under a new federal Polk County and the econamlo the United.._.Nations! was. in- i vs
,, -- -- r
,Lion .w.-aigMd-by>> about JA>* "whwH I am not entirely and financial interests of this
110 growers and ranchers. familiar with" geographical area:. YMaari

The petition also accuses the Bikini's
Florida State Board of Health
$8.6 Million Polk and the Polk-HUtsborough Air'
Pollution Commission of not Status Put L-----

I heeding the urgings of Polk .. a .""askAlla

I Land 'Sale RecordedBARTOWA County The petition citizens states that peapie To JudgeTALLAHASSEE

of Polk County for several One Of Cuban Vessels U. S. Custody
years have urged effective action (AP) Is a
deed for $88 grove land were Included in by the two bodies "to enforce Bikini swim suit a piece of Thil li a c........, ...... *f see tf eke Cub** llihlnf vassals. W.... T"* Cit Guard MM" the lasts wr Inilrf U.S. tarri,*ril'
million land sale was filed by the sale.The elimination of effective wearing apparel or a piece of takes ,Ins c..oI fcy th. U. S. Ceit Cu.rJ sad esc*re.d t* Ky waters wOes they wore '"'*,.*,.....--UP WIh..).
John A. Snively Jr., trustee of total cost of the tax curtailment of such pollution snorts equipment. ?
the multi-milliondollar estate stamps, plus recording fees on but it has been made to appear That's the question facing
of his late father in circuit the deed and three mortgageswas to us that such action has Leon County Circuit Court Judge State
court here yesterday. J55.402 not and will not be taken." Hugh Taylor in the challenge of Okays China May Be On Verge
The buyer in the transaction Circuit Judge William K. Citizens "Desperate"The the 1963 Legislature's S per cent
one of the largest Individual Love issued the order dismissing tax on swim suits among sports University"Location I
land sales ever record. the suit by Mrs Parsons. petition further stated equipment taxed for the atate's i
ed in Polk County record A stipulation accompanyingthe that the citizens of the coun- new outdoor recreation program
books, was Long Realty and order noted the matter had ty are "desperate to find a responsive The Legislature levied the tax: Of 'Go-It-Alone PolicyPeng
Investment Co. of Tampa. been "amicably settled between organ of government to help acquire millions of acres
Also Snlvely'ssister the parties involved. to take a proper interest In of land and prepare facilities for TALLAHASSEE W The
Mrs.yesterday Avis Snively Parson The suit charged Snively the problem and such actionas hunting, fishing boating, camping Florida Cabinet stamped approval By WILLIAM U RYAN The- attack accused Khru Teh-hual, an old comradeof
succeeded in bringing with "gross mismanagement"of may be necessary for the swimming, and other out today on a 1,215acresite AP Special CorrespondentRed shchev of encouraging an "anti- Mao-who resisted the great
about the dismissal of a circuit the trust property. protection of the county door sports as part of Florida's In Orange County as the China may be on the party group" inside the Chinese
Plaintiffs in the suit, which Paul Huff one of about 29 spot where state university leap.
court suit she filed last outdoor recreation program verge of a go-it.alone policy party The use of this phrase-
October in an effort to have Included several other related growers and ranchers who accompanied After arguments against the dedicated to the space age Which could carve the Communist -coined by Khrushchev tinged The experiment with the great
dismissed trusteeof charge.,were Mrs. Parsons Roe to the meeting tax ended Monday, Taylor said will be built. world Into two distinct and with sarcasm leap and people's communes -
Snively estate.Connection. and her' three children. Defendants said lie has "had the tin- attorneys would be permittedfive The location 12 miles north even opposing blocs. The Chinese party never had abandoned as a failure .Is
the Snively his five favorable opportunity to ob- east of Orlando was officially known to have caused troublein
were weeks to file briefs He said Peking Is flexing new muscles a violent purge in the old Soviet
Admitted children a grandson, a sister serve damage since the first he would rule in about two pinned down subject to three Possibly It feels more confident style. If It had purges it avoided the Communist Chinese
Robert E. Parsons of Win and her son. phosphate plant was built in months. conditions: that the soil will since the recognition extendedby advertising them. But there lea army Some officers feared it
The trust was established In 1949. take the weight of heavy meant an end to Soviet militaryaid I
ter Haven her husband yesterday The attorney general's France Turning Niklt.Khrushchev' hint in the use of. the term"antiparty"
admitted that there wasa 1943 by the late John A. "Within the first year aftera defending the tax, presented no buildings; that the title contains own words' that Mao Tze-tung Others resented expansion
connection between the land Snively Sr.. founder of one of plant is built within an witnesses and no arguments no legal flaws; and against him Peking implies the handled resistance to his policies of the Chinese militia and the ,
sale and dismissal of the suit. Florida's first and biggest citrus area" Huff stated" "produc that zoning controls are ade Soviet premier and his European: within his own Politburo In use of regular army soldiers. as
empires. tion goes down. (Turn to Page 2. Column 5) quate. laborers.
He refused to comment furth Communists should let Red the only way Communists seem
The property, tagged Ada. Teh hual
Peng eventually was
er. China lead the revolution in able to deal with differences of
muccl after one of the donors removed as defense ministerand
firm listed Its Asia and Africa opinion.
The Tampa
was recommended by tossed off the Politburo. He
address as P. O. Box 1531 the University Board of Con. Khrushchev who once promIsed It I. widely known that Khrushchev has disappeared from public
Tampa. A. J. Rankin was trol from among II locations to bury the West'a social opposed Mao's attempt view.
listed as president and Jean and Seminole system, himself Is going to be to launch Red China on the'great
offered by Orange The difference of opinion averChina'
I.. Rankin as secretary. counties. burled by the revolutionary leap forward Khrushchev Internal
Snively of Lake Eloise sail The tract lies completely movement said Peking in Its applauded those In the policies was a
an 8,000 acre tract near Lake inside Orange County Buta latest broadside. I Peking leadership-like Marshal (Turn To Page 2, Column I)

Wales was Involved in the common border with Seminole -
sale for which several pages County would enable
of land descriptions were filed that area to enjoy the eco Lakeland Pilot Reports
with the deed.f"cording nomic benefits of a university

lots to in the the legal Hundred descriptions population.New Roads Planned Plane Crash Stall WarningNot

Lakes Corp. subdivision, the Principal access to the
Haven Villas Corp. In Eloise property was State Road 50.
Woods and a large amount of'age Nevertheless, Dr. J, Broward
Culpepper, executive directorof From Pilot Of PlaneThe
the board of control reported
K to the cabinet that
both Orange and Seminole A mysterious "radio trans ploys of the University City twin engine Beechcrafthad
counties planned new and mission" coupled with the tragic Air Service at the Gainesville plunged to the runway
better highways to the area air crash yesterday at airport this morning and moments after taking off
if the university were built. Gainesville that took ID lives confirmed the fact that an from the Municipal Airporton
Dr has been attributed to one of eyewitness had made the a scheduled flight that originated .
Culpepper explainingthe
Amusements ..... 10 boards reasons for the eye witnesses of the statement In Ocala and was bound
Bridge .OM'". ..... 14 tfJ the tract said it preferring was flaming wreck. Officials of South Central for Jacksonville.
Comics .... ..... .. 10-11 ,1Ellorts within 50 air miles of all centers The words "don't do that Airlines, owner of the airplane Witnesses said that the craft
Classified ... Mh 12-13 of population In the Orlando or it will stall" were said to said that no such transmission was 200 feet in the air' when
Crossword Puzzle 11 Daytona Beach Cape have been heard on short came from the plane, the left engine failed. The
? Kennedy triangle which the wave radio just seconds priorto and that mechanics of the plane rolled to the left crashed
Deaths .___ ...__ 2 legislature designated for a.paceage the crash and some wit.nelles take-off made It Improbablethat and burst into flames on
Dear Abby ......__..11 university assumed that a passenger the pilot would make a Impact.
Editorials _._...... 4 Rep. James Pruitt of Brev- had grabbed the controlsof broadcast unless he actually Attempts by witnesses to
Fulton Lewis Jr. S Recognized and County telegraphed the the ill fated craft. meant to.Araldl open the doors of the plane
cabinet that the idea originally But this morning Joe was enroute to were fruitless
Horoscope ..,.._ 10 Mn. Kathy Daly. Smith *f Winter Hn ,...1... the fired Child c.r* !.Ic.... !..*.. h HecmMtr was to serve the educational Araldi, pilot for Wellman-Lord Gainesville yesterday morning A five-man Investigatingteam
J. Lowman ...._._.. C .. .. th WlnHr Krm waste Inc. In the Wellman-Lord plus was at work today to
,,... Dr. C. A. Bvttt, < a p.ts.e Hmpital wed pier* a and research needs of Engineering reportedthat
Radio TV _..___ 11 Ml.* in th. ..taklnhmitt .< the Ii....* .... Dr. Daml. Hmiycvtt, "1 rctw *f .."i..ti.* with the space industries at Cape the words were spoken and was in contact with the determine the cause of the
Sports ..........__ 7 the Hlth De,._.". washes. the ,,...,,..tie... M... Smith nc***..** the llc*"M, ....4f sow Kennedy but the suggested by an eyewitness who noticedthe Gainesville tower when the crash. The team from the
Weather _.__... 8 Uw, t* *f.rt. th. Little D.Hym Nursery HMI I* Winttr H.r... Dr. sass ... >.s th. location would divest the new plane about to stall on crash occurred. He said the Civil Aeronautics Board, Is
Women' _-__.. C h_ .f in*!*, the II....* t* .."'.. his ...*... "w.,01 ..t./llahi., the ....., (L.dsr ,ht* university of its space as takeoffAraldi. crashed plane was a mass of headed by John McWhortersof
pects. said he called an em- flames when he landed. Miami.
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J LAKELAND__ LEDGER. Tuesday, Feb.: 4,, I HI ___ 1 Milk Board China May Be
--- Citrusmen Shocked

Buyer Seller Both Paid FiioiT I S Upholds Vote Ready To Try

To End Controls

I By Cowperthwaite'sDeath I MARKET\ Total Split .

ORLANDO (AP) .* The State

Baker In Meat Milk Commission today reaffirmed
Deal In Accident I market NEW YORK edged lower(AP-The In moder.stock ttt emergency action suspending (Continued From Page One)

price controls In Hills-
mot of the
ately active trading early this cause Ideological
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. export license for the Haitian cratic national committeeman afternoon. borough and PineUai counties split with the Kremlin

ate Investigators disclosed testimony .. American Meat & ProvisionCo. at the time By DAVE PRATT Losses of fractions to s point Chairman Charles O. Andrews Now the Chinese are beginning

today that Bobby Baker (Hampco), controlled by Lopez' proposal for a 1-ccnt a Ledger Staff Writer outnumbered gainers among Jr., of Orlando told about SO per- to sound like a party about
is raking in both from the Murchison Interests of Tex The Florida citrus Industry the meeting that
money pound commission was repented key stocks sons attending to go its own way and even to
the seller and the buyer In a al. : In his office Law said and was shocked with the news The decline was Irregular the emergency action Friday assert its undisputed sway over

Haitian meat deal. Describing himself as pri under the arrangement workedout yesterday that Dr. W. 0.Cowperthwaite pm Utilities were a firm spot Selected was taken because of wide- the revolution In Asia and Africa .

The testimony pictured Baker manly a public relations man'l Law and Webb were to receive director of l oils chemicals and non ipread violations In Plnellas and on the ground that Khrushchev .
is helping to engineer the deal Law said that In June half of it and Benitez the Division of Plant Industry ferrous metals resisted the Hlllsborough counties of and his supporters have

which In the beginning Involved the midst of these negotiations. and his wife were to split their for the Florida Department downtrend. the commission's minimum retail forfeited their claim to leader.

Jose Benitez, who was he got a telephone call from half with Baker of Agriculture, was a Although the general back price order. ship. \

identified as Puerto Rico' Baker saying he had some people Lopes ReplacedLaw victim of the airplane crash ground of business and economIc "A decision may be wrong, that Khrushchev
They deny
Democratic national committee In his office who were in. that killed 10 In Gainesville. news remained encouraging, but until It Is changed by de-no-!
testified that this agree. has any right; to unchallenged {
'man. "I have lost a good critic or the courts It
terested in buying meat from ment terml personal there was considerable caution process in the first
subsequently was leadership place.
l he complex transaction was friend" said Robert W should be obeyed." Andrewi
the plant In Port au Prince, nated and he and Webb, the about the stats of the market. The Chinese indicate it was
described by Francis E. Law Rutledge, executive vice laid.
IHaltl. Sharp profit taking continuedIn
of that In
Washington representatives their understanding this
and Thomas Webb Jr.. Washington of Florida Citrus Mu.
2Showi.p! the Murchison interests negotiated some of the higher-priced historical period the Russians
business who tual, yesterday "and the citrus '
more volatile issues The trend GOING TO MEETING
under be than first
a new
agreement to no more
aid they also get a rut of the Law said he told Baker to industry and all of FlorIda were
lower Jr.
was electronics ,
which William Kentor of Chicago mostly among Dr. John B. Funderburg among equals-guides and perhaps
profit.Operations. send them over to his andWebb's agriculture has lost one
wo-wsy airlines Florida
replaced Lopez as the pur- of its most brilliant cigarette faculty member of financiers of the revolutionbut
and Benitez
office that
InvestigatedLaw chaser of the Haitian meat. young stocks motors and rails. I Southern College's biology department with no right to dictate to
and Webb testified at and his wife and a Mr.. Lopez. Under this agrement Law men. Record production of autos, will attend a meetingof other Communist ruled coun
whom he Identified meat
liwed,, hearings last week of a said, beginning Dec. 1, 1962, 'Profoundly Shocked'"I for January and progress on' the National Science Foundation tries.
distributor in Puerto Rico, '
the tax bill of the and Friday in
the Senate Rules Committee cut were part Thursday
Baker to receive 10
showed up later. per am profoundly shocked DR. W. G. COWPERTHWAITE market He is member of
is backdrop.The a
The Senate investigating Washington.
cent of the profits of Hampcoup and saddened the TWO WILL DIE
As Law related It, told which
the outside business Lopez Associated Press average the foundation's panel ,
operation to $30,000 a and to split death of bar of the Florida
year Dr. Nurserymen
Benitez that he would like to Cowperthwalte. MOSCOW (AP)-Two leading
of Baker, who resigned of 60 stocks at noon was off will review requests of collegesand
Law and Webb.
buy the of the Haiti this with Homer E. Hooks, general and Growers Association 2899 for to be officials of a Latvian state
output .4 at with Industrials off universities grants
under fire last Oct. 7 as secretary
In addition. Law said Baker
of and Zeta Gamma
to the Senate's Democratic plant and if he could get It. half- manager Florida Citrus Alpha 1.0, rsils off .2 and utilities up allocated for scientific equipment -,trade organization have been
to receive half of the Delta and
"would be willing to pay a linder'l was Commission said yesterday. Sigma Sigma .2. to strengthen teaching lentenced to die before a firing
majority cent a pound that Law and "He was a true and dedicated Chi fraternities. He belonged
fee or commission of one The Dow Jones industrial facilities. I squad for taking bribes.Obttuarte .
of the sv, _____
Transcripts testimony
Webb got on each pound of friend of the citrus Industry, to the vestry of Holy -- ._------ --- --
were released by the commit cent a pound"This crags was off 261 at 78211
meat imported by Kentor from He demonstrated his effectiveness Trinity Episcopal Church,
teeLaw was before Lopez and the Haitian meat plant. only recently In establishing Gainesville, and was institutional Several ex-dividends of component -
testifying first, said Benitez came to his office Law to stocks had the effect of
procedures to prevent representative Boy
Baker got into the picture testified. Importation of infected Scout Troop 83. lowering the average by 093. (! >

while efforts were under way' Law said that Benilez was citrus frame Into Florida from He was the author of numerous Prices on the American Stock

to arrange with the Agriculture personal friend of Baker and WaverlyMan foreign sources He was the articles and papers on Exchange were mixed In mod-
and State departments loran' _was Puerto Rico's- Demo-I type of public servant whom horticulture and plant pest erately active trading MRS. MELVINA FRYE FRANK R. COKER

_16'11' "It'It'"II II"It' 111111"11'111111g Dies all of us could well emulate.We control. Mrs. Melvina M. Frye, 81. Frank R. Coker 80, died yes

are going to miss him Dr. Cowperthwaite la survived New York (AP) lot Nick 73104 mother of Mrs. Gladys Cam of terday afternoon at his borne on

WORRIED ABOUT very, very much." by his wife June, and STOCKS: lot Pap 3W.AlllsChal Lakeland, died this morning In a the Knights Station Road. He

In WreckWAVERLY Dr. Cowperthwalte was three children Robert, IS, 54'% Jones&L 694 Melbourne hospital, It was reported had been a resident here since

YOUR HEARING ? named assistant commission. Stephen, 1.f. and Ann, II. Alcoa 74 Mail AI 3W4AmAir today. Mrs. Frye was a 1931 coming from Bushnell. He

Polk County er of the State Plant BoardIn Other survivors are his par. 36'/ Ken'cott 781,4 resident of Eau Gallle, and had was a native of Hardee County

recorded Its fourth highway 1957 and later that year cots, Mr. and Mrs. Howard AmBdPar 29 Llg&My 747/i lived in Winter Haven and Lake a retired truck farmer, and a
SONOTONE is THE made commissioner. He held Cowperthwaite of S30 Orchard AmCan .fl% Loch'd 36% Alfred. She moved to Eau Gal member of the Griffin Baptist

death In as many days yes that position until 1961 when St., Cranford and a brother AmCYln 59 Lorlllard 44 lie 12 years ago. Mrs. Frye was Church, of which he was also a

..A company to see terday when a 57-year-old the State Plant Board was Raymond also of Cranford. AmMot 18% Mag'vox 39 a member. of the Methodist deacon.

Waverly Negro was fatally placed under the Florida Department Williams Thomaa Funeral AT&T 144 MplsHon 137 Church. Survivors Include three Ions,

If you need expert help on a hearing problem. thousands injured in a two-car accidentone of Agriculture and Home in Gainesville II In AmTob 28 MM&M 68% She is survived by her bus Murrell E. of Jacksonville Boyd

and thousands will tell you Sonotonc U the best mile east of here on US renamed the Division of Plant charge of arrangements, yet Ampx Cp 18 Mohasco llt% band. Daniel Frye; two sons, E. of West Palm Beach, and

Thousands have also found many through tad experience Highway 27A at Its intersection Industry. Then he became to be announced. Anaconda .f5% Monl'to 63% D. M. Frye. Eau Callle and Ceil Ray E. of Lakeland; four daugh.

elsewhere that Sonotone is the most economical in director of the division Armour 46% Mont Wd 35 : Frye Medford Oregon; two tens Mrs. James A. Griffin of
the long run. with State Road O.Dead' Degrees Won Bikini's Babcock 551,4 Nat Dalr 65% daughters Mrs. Cam and Mrs Starke Mrs. Raymond E. Me-

Is J. T. Crumpler, Beth Sll 33% Nat Dist 243,4 Mary Moldovan Medford, Ore. Daniel of Westchester. Pa., Mrs.
In 35 years of leadership we have led the way in superior The + -year-old director and 11 James Sheridan
4.f 12 grandchildren
whose death boosted the num Boeing 405,4 Penney gon; Washington,
hearing aids, guaranteed service, established local offices, ber killed In Polk County this was born in Brooklyn but Status Put Borden 657/i PRR 28% great grandchildren. and Mrs. Arthur Clark of Rip-

helpful company policies moved with his parents toCranford Brunawk 12 PepCola 5254CsterTr Services will be tomorrow aft Icy, Tenn a sister, Mrs. LauraGeiger I
This Sonotone service is not more expensive hearing( year to 12, seven more than / N. J., when he was To 50% Phil Mar 715,4Celaneac erooon at 2 o'clock at the Davis ;; Lakeland I ; and six '.

aids are a long-range investment They arc a dead loss if had been killed during thllume two years old. After attending JudgeContinued 59% Phill Pet 48v.. Funeral Home in Eau Gallie grandsons

tossed into a drawer after a few weeks Sonotonc seeks to period last year. public schools in Cran Chrysler 381/s RCA 1I0 Burial will be in the Eau Gallie Funeral arrangements will be \

provide lifetime hearing the economical way. Woman Injured ford he entered Rutgers University ( From Page One) Com F.d 50 ReD Stl 42 Cemetery. announced later by Gentry-Mor
where he earned the '
Sonotone hearing aids are priced to lit all budgets. All The accident occurred, Sidle degrees of bachelor of science saying the defense would be In Con Eds ii3 Revlon 3814' rison Funeral Home.ANTHONY .

can be purchased on easy credit terms. Plus our uni9ue in agriculture In 1940, the: brief. Cont Can 43'Rey Tab 40% MARTIN LUTHER LANE -
Trooper W. K. Harley said
Dow Che 6934 StReg P 33% Martin Luther Lane, 79, who
replacement plan, company sponsored in 48 states, which when Crumpler stopped for a master of science in 1948, Two Miami swim suit menu duPont 250% Seabd .f3%I moved to Webster from Lake- HARKEY

means you never need be without your Sonotone hearing'aid road sign on SR 540 and then and doctor of philosophy in facturers challenged the tax EAL 3H. Sears J02% and 30 ago died early BARTOW Anthony Harkey,

Rmmbhe best Is never expensive.SONOTONE. drove his 'car, Into the pathof 1950 saying it has caused a loss in E.Kod..k 1171h Sinclair 471,4Fia today at years a Dade City hospital 70, of Alturas died yesterday in

an auto driven by Lilian During World War II, he business since it was levied last Pw 4fl4 Socony 70% He was a native of Georgia a the Lakeland General Hospital

Simms Maughan of Lake entered the Coast Guard alan July 1.Alex. FLu P&L 764 Southn'c 32 retired farmer and a member of after a long illness He was

Wales. Mrs Maughan suffered enlisted man and was discharged Schneidman president of Ford 50 SperryR 195,4Frmat the Clay Sink Baptist Church. born In Alabama and had been

the truttrd name in better hearing for 35 years body bruises and was treated In 1946 as a lieuten. Allx of Miami testified that his Da 101% StBrand 74 Survivors Include two sons, living in the Bartow area since
at the Lake Wales Hospital ant. Junior grade.Dr. business fell off 60 1925. He was a grove caretaker -
per cent, or Frept SuI 34'Va Studbak 6% T. D. and Woodrow W., both of
217 lost Lemon Street, Lokelond Cowperthwaite was a some 200000. Frueh Tr 292 Swift 46% Webster; two sisters Mrs. Bessie .
Telephone MU 2-7816 Crumpler was taken to member of the National Sam Cantor president of Tropc Gen Dyn 25% Texaco ,73SA Platt and Mrs. Lottie Mur. He is survived by hw widow

tterUt, Ur All He.riit. Aids ". Lake Wales hospital where he, Plant Board, the Southern _Tugs of Miami. tMtified t h at Oen 5.1 U% Thlnkol #Ie'\ ray, both of Plant Cttyr two, Mr., -V.ra P. Harkey Alturas;
died early last night Plant Board a lifetime mem- ,his business was down 23 per, Gen Fdl Stt'4 U Carb 322'4' brothers. Clifford and Walter five daughters Mrs. George M.

.- cent He complained that the tax Gen Mills 39 Unit Airc 4l% Lane both of Plant City: and Wilson. Sebring, Mrs. Sybil Coek -

was driving some of his heavy,Gen Mtrs 78% Un Frt 2P/ three grandchildren. Alturas, Mrs. William Oil-

buyers out of state where the,Goodrich S3% US Stl 51% Funeral services will be heldat lard, Frostproof Mrs. C. Frank

i prices were cheaper. oodyr 4l'/4 Uniy Mat 12% 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon Knox Jr., Tulsa Okla. and Mrs

Others attacking the constitu- Greyhnd 48% Westg El 31% at the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Charles S. Hughes Bartow: one

of the tax were Jordan Gulf Oil SO Wino Dix 31>4 with burial in Mt. Tabor Cemetery san, James A. Harkey, Daytona
Marsh, department store Pain, lot Harv 61 Woolwth 72% Friends may call at the Beach; five brothers Vasco L,
Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home Harkey, Lakeland Willard H.
and Mole
land Fashions King
I tomorrow from 3 until 9 p.m. Harkey, Leonard Harkey and
Inc., all of Miami. CubaIn Howard
Harkey, all of TUlca.loosa -
Gordon Vickery of Jordan ,' MRS. 5ALLYPEND-'RVIS Ala. and Ellison Harkeyof

Marsh said 23: per cent of the I Funeral services for Mrs. Chicago; three sisters, Miss

store's swim suits were play Dispute 'Sally Traxler Pendarvis. 86, Vera Harkey, San Francisco;

suits and never went into the mother of I. C. Pendarvis owner Ins Callie Harkey Tuscaloosa,

water. Over BoatsContinued I of Pendarvis Chevrolet, Inc. Mr*. Della M. Lewis Newsrk,

All of them contended that the will be held tomorrow at 12:30at : N. J. ; eleven grandchildren

tax should be levied upon swimming ( From Page One) the Stuhr Funeral Home in Services will be tomorrow

equipment such ss wouldbe nment did not prosecute the Charleston. S. C. Graveside morning at 10:30: at the Whidden

used for skindiving or slmlar Cubans Florida would under a services will follow In St. Matthew Funeral Home Chapel with the

sports rather than for swimsuits 1963 Florida law closing I the S. C. Rev. Whitney J. Dough pastor
that they claimed were ate's territorial waters to fish-1 Mrs Pendarvis. who resided of the Wesley Memorial Churchin
NOW THAT ALL THESHOUTING wearing apparel. leg boats of Communist nations with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Bol- Lakeland officiating. Burial

I choz at 2182 Montlcell St., Lake will be in Wildwood Cemetery.MRS. .
Maximum penalty Is $500 fine land, died yesterday morning at
Haven Planning and one year In Jail, plus con Lakeland General Hospital.
rscatlon; nf the vessels and all HAZEL IRENE

Board MeetsOn Questioning of tho Cuban's' began GREISENSTCIIIKOFFFuneral TAMPA Mrs. Hazel Irene

after the Coast Guard services for Mrs iaulton, 53, who moved to Tam

2 RequestsWINTER boarded their vessels Sunday. I Tatiana S. Grchenatchioff who pa from Lakeland 13 years ago

Wahl said that shortly after died Friday, were held yesterday -died Thursday at her home. She

IS OVER HAVEN-The plan- the Coast Guard boarded the Cuban morning at Heath Funeral, was a native of Kathleen and a

week vessels at 5 a. m. Sunday,Chapel. Officiating were The member of the First Baptist
mng board met a early
"the Cubans opened up on three!Rev Charles P. Hamilton pastor Church of Tampa and the Orderof
WE WANT TO ANNOUNCE THAT yesterday. to consider two zoning radios and contacted two other of College Heights Methodist Eastern Star,

requestl.The Cuban vessels, presumably between Church: the Rev. Falher: She Is survived by her hus

) board approved, by aourtoone ', here and Cuba." Michael V. Hurley, pastor of the band. John J. Gaulton; her

THE PONTIAC GTO vote, a commission recommen- Wahl said the master of one of I Eastern Orthodox Holy Trinity I mother Mrs Loma Davis of
dation to the city 1 Church and the Rev. Father Lakeland, three brothers Henry
the boats
complained radio
for the rezoning of a lot behind over 1 Nicolas Kaszmkow, pastor of',Davis of Tampa, Carl Davis of
that he had been
2 the Mather Furniture Co. on by i I Lakelsnd and Guire
WON CLASS awakened that the Russian Orthodox Church in Davis of
Sixth Street Northwest. The lot being early in
St. three
Petersburg : sisters,
now zoned residential (R-l). the morning
OF THE PURE OIL PERFORMANCE TRIALS would become a commercial "Generally the Cubans werecooperstive. Burial was in Oak Hill Burial Mrs. Mae Estelle Rlchburg Hazlip of Lakeland.of West
however Park. Pallbearers were Lanier
(Cn tone and would be used Wahl Palm Beach
Upshaw. Paul Dories, Charles and Mrs. Marjorie
for parking only.
said.The Bass of Fort
Approval was given to A. F. Cubans remained aboard Kells the Rev. Francis Luce,
Funeral services will be held
Scott for a subdivision plan. The their boats at the Coast Guard Gregory Stolor and Alexander at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoonat
development Is to be located bass pending disposition of their Kokoshwlll. Music was provided the .
north of Cypress Gardens Road cale.I by Mrs. T. R. Fredley : Gentry Morrison FuneralHome
with burial In Socrum
and West of Te th Street Southeast I Spectators yelled "Commu- I Cemetery.
and Involves 10 lots. The nlm" as they arrived last night RITES FOR MR. OLDER

city commission must approve'aboard two yellow 75-foot boats Funeral services for Victor!I '

the recommendation. and two gray and white 47-foot I Henry Older, 824 Lowell St.. THORHtON

crsft. Wahl said two boats were who died Friday were held yesterday 'MEMORIAL, HOMr: r rJt.
CATTLE AUCTIONS powered by Soviet-made enginesand .
at the Gentry-Morrison .. .
,... 110..
the others had German pow.I Funeral Home chapel with the .
JACKflONVUtC, (API OKI ; ,1CMIn Mil'tll
er plants A U. S. submarine and
: Rev. Carl
Graff pastor of the!
w.rt unrvcn l inrtlnn mirkrtiMond ....... '
RftcrlpU >t I niirkrta 300omptrrd stood the CoastGuard
destroyer by at United
9 00 vmk rll r Evangelical officiating. ......... :
Urn: Ooml'VxM: :; lOtT'bTloftMl: M base.Haven. Burial was In Lakeland ,-- --- -- -- -
r tw rholrr BOO-1 100 ib. U 00-' so.i.nd.d Memorial Gardf'nl.I I
l .' Oood 600-HOO iS, 18 SO- Gas Lines Pallbearers were Melvin Ellis
.: unlit JIMHullti -"8'1 Franklyn Wagner, Frank Weber
rillltr i4 eo- 800 Leonard Doran Tacy R.I
To Be CleanedWINTER
C |VM :alo-500 Ibi: Uuidird L'S 50.

as V oo....,> >nd 19S-SSO Ib ..|... BUndRtmrf HAVEN Those Snyder and Stanley Johnson. .
a'd U 008 00 -
,_ noises from 7 o'clock until 1.30 a. your phone c.n! ,
IwO OO-tuo"lM IS 00-91 00mrdlum RITES FOR MR. VAN DYKE I .
w IBOO'lffOO.H"tl.r o'clock tomorrow morning will I .try hyr .f .5.siht .
.'. FOS food 400-700 tbs JT l 0'WKri Funeral services for
,,..dim 1100-1100 not be enemy jet planes passing sad 4.r.)
10-11 50c.l0 H. Van Dyke 1234 Rawls Drive
.. 10.I..dl: OOnd o-ftOO 55.Is over, the Winter Haven Police I
WE'RE NOT SURPRISED o-U 110. sodiumPOULTRY 11 all-II 00.- Department said today. who died Sunday will be held I
The noises will he caused by .at 5 o'clock this afternoon at the

tvint This mwnt healing floe sPur mikes with, lugt VI ininis ol 362 & EGGS the opening of valves on the I.Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home
In I this I"I.lInt.1I1 of scctlwition,bikini, sad scooomy ftntuc GTO chapel. 417 N. Moss. Ave.
In,ill clan to to 400 cubic Indies itch s" production car with s.kllled drlvsr .. natural gas line at 42nd Street
with in ophonil Ml-hp titins outscored tvery othit car cop TAMPA 'A'omarkot.. i to
tilt winner's trophy for Cists 2 of tin NASCAR wnctiomd and 'Uptrv'sed' it thi whml Which nasty proves that the Tempest GTO is ill I Pontiie ..t0, ,, 55 und prl.. nor1'd. near Lake Blue. I Burial will be In Barrancas Phone MU 6-2133
.... I" The Florida Gas Transmission ,National Cemetery at Pensacola
LIE YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALH fOR A WIDE CHOICE OF WIDE-TRACKS AND GOOD USED CARS TOO. an. A L..rga W......'.175.1 C5r550 P005.. 45 Co. of Winter Park uses natural
Cur .4.: 40 .ba'bmo.,4? gas to clean the gas line. This HEATH
JVd"luin\ u:. ,4JS-4S :moil:: : 4i"itaM causes Jet-like noises which will FUNERAL CHAPELAir

ol In .H ie>m plton lociilltloiiwnolMili l ouillir )-i c..u.laher be heard In the Winter Haven Coi.",.i.d Ch.Ml ,..",". Lt

KERLEY PONTIAC CO.U.S. I UP u5 larnii::aF1::: rt\ up'. Aubumdale area Roads In the 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
I 10 5i5| r iM> nooJ area will be closed so there will
.. r.norwd. h.... 1-4. 1 ib. OHh l.F0TIV. HEATH, Funerol Dlr.ctor
Hwy. #92 and E. Rose St. Tel: 682-5125 Lokelond, Fica.t ,:IH ni.rrpurtrd under ,4 DolTvorf Ibi 06 prior oUir-rft, M drru-' no' be no chance in of explosion the caused Cor.. Injrohem Phone 6820111I
by smoking area.
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No Criteria Set new stretch strap 7 Venus saving panel girdles

For Growth StockBy Maidenform bra super slim every side view!

strops lie lot, won't curl u.i ;
pantie girdle I
WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. stock market, that eight-to-one 3.00 << swing
I am a beginning student earnings ratio would seem to
of the stock market and am indicate that (In the opinion of
potential buyers and sellers) 12.05
preparing to make my first
Now that discovered stretch
it's not considered much of you've
purchase. I have found a certain a
I stock that flu your criterion growth situation strap bras the blissful new ease,

. of a good price-earning I urge you to investigate that with no pulling, snapping or discomfort Unique swing panel super slims your side view trims
ratio. It's price-earnings ratio,stock Learn about the company I
\ Is eight to one. I -its history and ita pros discover the bra with stretch + back hip tops, slims thighs, 1 *; vanishes from tummy!

Would you consider that this pects. Don't base your Investment traps that won't curl or twist either!! Light spandex weighs just 4 ounces but gives you pounds

makes the stock a good buy fora : decisions on price-earn "Sweet Music" Is the new stretch of control! Pantie perfect for longer line It's full '18"

with person growth looking possibilities for a stock I Ings ratios alone. strap bra, with light, mesh strops that long on leg! White and block; S, M, L, XL Dip waist

A. On that basis, alone? Certainly Q. How c-;; broken are won't turn or bind! All cotton brood. swing girdle, white and block; S, M, L. XL 11.95.
not. As a matter of fact, sometimes Ignorant of Important cloth cups 32-36 A, 32-38 B, C. I
there's a strong possibility that developments affecting Maai Fashion Foundations
it's far from being a growth stocks la which they deal. For
lock. example, by attending the Business Maas Fashion Foundations
To begin with (and with no Show at the Nw York
attempt to be abusive) I would Coliseum I learned that Xerox
like to know how you got the Corp. has developed facsimile
Idea that I have a criterion on equipment that transmits copiesof
what make a "good" price- printed messages etc., from
earnings ratio for all stocks ,.tftc* to ofllc, .".. erot- ,
My dictionary defines criterion country. r
as a "standard" Be- Yet la talking to a numberof
lieve me, this column has never brokers, I haven't found one '
who knows about this. II this
said that the same price-
earnings ratio is right for all too much to expect of "Wall v i ji
stocks. Just the opposite, It has Street professionals ; !
explained that different type*f A. No, It is not consideringthe
stocks have different price- fact that the machine you ,
earnings ratios mention has been well publicized E4 M .
A price earnings ratio, of It's not a "top secret."
course. Is the relationship between Perhaps the brokers you es.r
the market price and the spoke to aren't too sharp, When wS:. 1
earnings of a stock. For Instance any broker can't answer a cur F(
If a stock has a market tomer's questions about a product .
price of S8 a share and the that might have an effecton
company has reported earningsover the demand for (and market ,
the last 12-month report price of)) a stock he should r A x ?r1 u
ing period equal to $1 a share,I consult his firm's research de {r
the stock's price-earnings ratio partment. This is especiallytrue
is elght-to-one. in the case of a highflying
Most stocks which are well frankly speculative, stock such Krtl ,4- '
thought of and have good records -as Xerox. +
are now selling at price- It Is a bit much to expect every '
earnings ratios higher than broker to know everythingabout //:4f'&I/J:
that every company In every
Growth stocks (which have industry. There have .been and
demonstrated their ability to Increase will undoubtedly continue to be
: their earnings and/or many new developments In such "I 0 f
are expected to do so In the fields as the copy-machine In- 1, 1 1J
future) often sell at much higher duatry, Xerox prefers to call
"PE" ratios their end of it "xerography"
Unless you have come acrosssome They really coined a tongue- d a +i
overlooked, Bern In the twister, I

I 20,000 Reported DeadIn

African Tribal War it

NAIROBI, Kenya W A government of neighboring
British missionary workersaid Burundi.
Sunday Bahutu war For centuries I the lordly i
riors have killed between 13- Watutsi, believed to have
000 and 20,000 members of the come originally from Arabia,
Watutsi tribe and are hunting kept the primitive Bahutu as
others in the former Belgian slaves.In .
colony of Rwanda. 1960, the Bahutu turned
"The entire Watutsi tribe of the tables and wrested con-: our pure silk
250,000 people faces extermi- trol from their cattle-raising
nation," he declared.The masters Thousands of Wa- Ann Colby's cardigan suit
figures cited by this tuts! refugees streamed into Rosefeld's
who asked that Uganda, Tanganyika Burundi Henry
missionary- is perfection for all
his name not be mentioned for and the Congo Kivu pro- smart sheath line
fear of reprisals against his vince.. hours all scenes Arnel jersey
African helpers-were chal- takes a feminine
lenged as a fantasy by I turn't dresses!I
Rwanda's foreign minister, er
Wallace Won'tEnter
I 17 921
Lazare Mpakamye I in lace! .
In a broadcast from Kigali.
Rwanda's capital, Mpakamye Ohio'sDemo 17.98
said 750 persons had been 11.98 Silken luxury at a realistic little price!

killed, 400 of them Watutsi PrimaryMONTGOMERY Its elegance assures you of being well-
terrorists attacking from Perfect fabric for Spring Arnel
dressed at any time! Classic cardigan
He said
350 neighboring Bahutu countries tribesmen were Ala. (AP) The classic sheath dress In lovely cotton jacket and slim skirt by Sportsville triacetate jersey, topped with Orion
killed by the Watutsis Gov George Wallace of Alabama lace for Spring So very new Casuals both fully lined So right acrylic cardigan sweaters to dispel 1 a
The Nairobi Informant said has decided not to enter so very becoming! Fully lined. Navy, bit of a chill Beige/toast, white/,
Ohio's Democratic season Pink, blue, beige,
messages give picked a up picture by missionaries of primary M.yl, but presidential he has his beige, lilac; 12.20, 12'/2-20'/2' blockevery ; 1018. navy, pleated bodice in gold or blue.

wholesale slaughter: eye on five other states 10-20.
Giant Watutsi average The governor's office said Maas' Midtown Shop
height TJ$ feetre dragged Sunday Wallace decided against Maas' Suits Maas' Midtown Shop
from homes and hacked to trying to get his name on the
pieces; women and childrenare Ohio ballot because of the mechanics
thrown into rivers with involved in the early A PERFECT FIGURE CAN BE YOURS WITH A MAAS BROTHERS' CHARGE ACCOUNT
their heads tied to their knees deadline, Wednesday,
"Dozens of corpses have Wallace, however, still is look MAIL YOUR ORDER TO "JANE LEE" OR PHONE MU 61161LAKELAND
been seen floating on the ing Into the possibility of enter
Rusul River toward Lake ing primaries In California.
Tanganyika," said an information Florida, Indiana, Maryland and
bulletin put out by the Oregon, an aide said I

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The BackstairsOn


In A Nutshell .\ The PresidentBy

HOW CAN a municipality the size service and parks and recreation. .,vc.'. .11' ...

of Lakeland be put into a nutshell? Various boards and committed are )\ ',' JAMES RESTON peen
One way is to publish a 28-page listed in the back of the brochure. ,'j }fete clerk: ElsieeWASHINGTONIt ,

booklet of facts, pictures and graphs The front cover is a view of the I II far too

such as the City is now distributingto Lake Mirror section of the city in early to pick a candidate for i

Lakeland residents.It color. First off inside Is a full-page the vice presidency under :7k a

color picture showing the city commis- but It Is ,
is an annual report entitled President Johnson,
"Growth With Economy," and Into it sioners and other officials. Next is a not too soon to define the i'V It
diagram of the City government and principles on which that selection
has been packed basic information every J
citizen needs to know in order to then a graph showing the downward : should be made. F

government be well informed about his municipal 12.5 trend in of 1963.millage from 22.5 in 1948 to :11.. ton He fathers best should qualified intended be, a* the,after the founding per-the R a u

The engineering, building Inspec- President to serve as the chief
Arranged on one for instance
page, ,
tion, sanitary sewer a g e division, .executive of the nation.
is a 20-year history of taxes, giving the
streets and refuse collection and dis- This principle Is all the
valuation, millage and tax total for(
R because thepresident
posal divisions are included in the pub- more Important
both ordinary and special purposes far( lic works department. must now lead a
each year since 1943. coalition of nation In a time
Included in the financial depart- of turmoil, direct the nation
On the page opposite the tax pres- is information about the officesof
ment 43j1.k 1 L through a scientific and social
entation is a financial statement of
the purchasing agent, the collectorand revolution of almost unbelievable
revenue and expenditures.On the assessor. proportion, avoida

another is a table giving a include constitutional crisis with the JAMES RESTONnew
page Other sections airport, pub- congress In the process, and
14-year record of tax exemptions for lic sanitation, library, health and wel- stay alive. government agency to

homesteads, widows and disabled per- fare, public relations, planning and No decision that President deal with the nation' poverty. ,

sons, along with a notation that 40 per zoning and the legal department head- Johnson make this year will Shriver laid last week that

cent of Lakeland's total tax roll is ex- ed by the city attorney.One 'Ifo tell u* more about his char- he didn't think he'd be askedto
establish better
empt from taxation due to these three graph In the department of standard acter or by which he a shouldbe be the vice presidential can '

exemptions. electric and water utilities gives a quick elected or rejected in No- didate, but added that he

Especially noteworthy is the reminder glance at Lakeland's growth by show- vember. And the unfortunate thought Bobby Kenendy would

that revenue from the city- ing that during the period from 1959 thing about it I I. that some "be terrific." After all he

owned) electric power plant was twice to 1963, the total of customers for power Voice of the People determined politician in to his foreclose party seem the asked "Who's got a better

the amount received from property increased from 23,502 to 26,465, increasing President' choice by running record?"

taxes. The power plant contributed total sales from $4,630,761 to a campaign on the tide for No doubt all this was Inevi-

$1,120,123 to City funds in 1963. $6,613,613. their favorite vice presidential table. In fact, the President
This Is
w The Ledger's Opinion Page* candidate himself has encouraged this
Other departments besides the financial It is a report Lakelanders should

department about which information not glance at and toss away. It's something FOR EXAMPLE, the Democratic kind of agitation by mention-
it given in condensed form to keep around' for ready refer- This editerlel pete .ff." the to_.,.,.,** .w. ., ..!...i en metters .f current lutereef In 14.,. Party boss in Buffalo, ing casually all kinds of name
erftoriel c.,"''',,. It",," *. eeinlem .f ....'." In the Voice .f tfce ,.., COI..... Letters mutt Peter Crotty ha ordered his in connection with the vice
ere public works, police, fire, general ence and thoughtful study .ke il|".. end bier the writer's .......... lit Mines will a* withheld spec ,"...t. A ...... should net loyal henchmen to endorse presidential nomination, and

..e.... 250 wards. end ......, cenrat be ..... The Letter ....." .. the Neat H reject ...* .letter e. Attorney General Robert Ken- this too i I. standard procedurein
chutes It. OeUlens ef celvumuti end ..het entrlbuten .,....' luwbere. .* this ,.... nedy for the vice presidency.A normal times.

I 20 For Every Job Hartford, Conn., lawyer,
; Applicants the consequent sharpening of Americanism vs. Communism Joseph Fauliso, also started a THE TROUBLE Is that
Guide AndWatchdog .
the mind the cultivation of Kennedy for-vice president these are not normal times
course in Florida Institution
TilE BIG Martin plant just outside a tract of 7,000 acres. It moved from
broader outlook and the de- movement, and while there i* The President of the United
Orlando, which is within sight of In- Connecticut. Before the move was velopment of Increased toler- have worked out well and the no evidence that the attorney States Is lolely responsible ,

terstate 4 and than 10- made and sites in various states were ance for differing opinions Instructors have not been labeled general had anything to do now for deciding whether nuClear I
employs! more being considered, the technicians who EDITOR A good newspaper is a boonto controversial. A* another with either of these moves weapon are ever to be
000 persons, casts its shadow all the : I was greatly Impressed a community. It can be writer here put it, our they had the usual political used in defense of the free
were polled expressed a 30-to-l pref-
way into Polk County and is an indus- by the emphasis Gard- both a guide and a watchdog. own state of Florida ha*. consequences. world. His action affect not '
well known to erence for Florida. ner Cowles a practical and shown Charles Bartlett the colum- only the security of the AmerIcan
try people throughout the way to teach the
Industries of less magnitude that astute businessman, placed on IRVING LEVY nist friend of the Kennedys, people, but the well-being
this section of Florida. of communism
education in his address be- meaning alan
have for example, reports an uni- and in time of war even the
established themselves in Florida
In Palm Beach!) County is another fore the Lakeland Chamber of example for other statesto dentified professional poll In survival of many other peoples
big industry, not as big as Martin, but have consistently reported equally en- Commerce. He sees what the 'Why Give follow New Hampshire that gave 611 who have no vote or
thusiastic preference for Florida. average businessman overlooks Democratic vote to Kennedyout voice In the selection of an
big. It is the Pratt and Whitney Air- So getting adequate help is a mat- that there I I. an Intimate Them Time?' N.K. of 711 for the vice presto American president and vice
craft research and development center relationship between the
dency, 23 to Mayor Wagner of president.In .
ter about which enterprises looking
established six few miles development and prosperityof New York who second
years ago a ran this situation with a
toward Florida do not have to worry. a community and I its edu- EDITOR I would remind a Guns UsedIrresponsibly
and 19 to Hubert Humphrey
west of West Palm Beach as a $40,000000 ,- writer to this column that President who has had heart
And it is of the favor- and cultural prog-
one highly the Democratic Senator from
attack and is now favored to
enterprise. It now has 6,500 em- confidence in the intelligence
ployes. able factors the Lakeland Industrial ress.Mr.. of today's youth has nothing Minnesota. win the election by an ever
Board is stressing as it beckons to industrial Cowles Indicated a com- whatever to do with the fact Bartlett says the attorney wider margin In the poll than
When Pratt and Whitney. was taking interests to come into the' .education mendably broad which concept of that some college and universities EDITOR-Your reader who general has not yet decided General Eisenhower In 1952
tn he
steps to establish the industry Lakeland and establish good government embraced are allowing an easy i* 10 outraged at the idea of whether he"Want to tie his or 56, the principle ot pickingthe
area plants. family name and his own future vice president solely on
for known
platform ( communist
there, a blind advertisement for help progressive leadership, receptiveness any restriction on the possession
Industry attracts Industry. Palm leaders to speak. to the Johnson adminis- his capacity to be president
was run in New York newspapers, In- Beach County has experienced much tion of to new ideas tolera-and The point I is, why give them and use of guns doe not tration" but the writer reaches i* stronger than ever.

dicating simply that workers were industrial growth since Pratt and the need non for-conformity supporting cul- the time to speak at all any read the headline evidently. the conclusion that Robert This i la not to lay that Rob-

wanted for a Florida enterprise.The Whitney settled there. tural projects He noted the where, any time in the U.S.? Hardly a day goes by with- Kennedy "ha now become ert Kennedy or Sargent Shriv- I
importance of Florida South- Communists all dedicated individuals out the report that some child almost a political necessity to er are ruled out by this urn-
response was tremendous, and There will be such growth as major ern College to the community need the platform has been accidentally shot by Lyndon Johnson" pie test but merely that the
since the big plant was placed in op- industrial enterprises come to the to spread their propaganda. his brother a* they played choice should not be made on
As the head of
eration there have been 20 applicantsfor Lakeland area, and there is corporate Their purpose I I. to infiltrateour with their father' revolver. JOSEPH ALSOP doesn't go the grounds of who can pick
encourag- the Lakeland Ledger, he is
society wherever they are The quit that far, but notes the up minority votes or sentimental
available attendant at service
every position accordingto a
ing indication that major industriesare keenly aware the importance enthusiastic
accepted, and to subvert if reception recent-
station working late for the pro-Kennedy votes for the
Charles T. Roelke general manager. looking with much interest in this of a newspaper to a they can. ly received by Senator Ed- President.
convenience of motorists, 1 Is
He knows that I its
The Pratt and Whitney plant is on direction. effect community.can be deadening, in- We should not make it 10 confronted by a gun In the ward Kennedy on the west If the central question Is
for those who coast, and observe that "the
easy wish us hands of
or vitalizing.If a year-old boy put In a wrong way, the answer -
nocuous harm and believe Khrush who takes the money in the Kennedy legacy I I. a very real can easily be wrong.
a newspaper reflects the chev' words, "We will bury till. Cashiers of small corner thing which still need to be The question that primarily
I Saying Thanks To Mr. Pete outlook of Its ownership then you." These words we should markets have the same ex carefully"weighed by President concerns the nation I II not
the Ledger Is In good hands. Johnson.
never forget. These word we perience. During the recent who can get vote but who can
LAKELAND'S former Congressman He teaches the Callahan-Hendrlx It now ha* a large variety of should remember wheneverwe hunting season, a tragic number There I* also agitation here best run the country and it

J Hardin Peterson Sr. is an out-going class at First Methodist Church and from noted "con contributor ranging seen an obvious attemptto of huntsmen were killed for President Kennedy' broth- could even be that In the present
ervaUve" to "lib- divert the American
way by inept shot by friends who er-in-law, Sargent Shriver, unusual circumstances,
gentleman so brimming full of good some of the men in his class now were eral. The effect I II often the of thinking.I possessed gun but not the who heads the Peace Corps good morals for once couldbe
will that it used to be said of him dur- in his first class back in 1918. equivalent of a debate with would add that the kill to use them safely and is now in charge of aIt's the best politics.

ing his visits back home from Wash- Tonight at the church, class mem-

ington that he could breeze along and bers and their wives will have a din-

shake hands with people on both sidesof ner program in honor of "Mr. Pete,"

the street at the same time. as he is known by many Lakelanders. Time To Face De Gaulle's ChallengeBy

That wasn't much of an exaggeration It will be a nice way to express ap-

either. If he didn't get to shake preciation to a highly respected citizen
the hands of people who were across who has served and is still serving C. 1.. SULZBERGER favoring such a formula In will take pains to stress that which In any case i Is not very choice. We must now coldly
Q}dci 1f.rk: 8;imra Asia. And the French believe, non intervention i* a good good.
the street, he at least waved to them with dedication, a man of stability, PARIS Hitherto we have regardless of the Bonn-Wash principle on a sensitive continent review our our aims own In Europe policy, to relating our-

and shouted a greeting. He overlooked optimism and largeness of spirit.Mr. constantly underestimated the ington flirtation .West Germany -and by emotional Implication FROM THE above summary goal in Asia and our methods
nobody. Pete is a man who laughs read- power of De Gaulle as a personality will remain part and we will suffer. it may be seen that Franco- in Latin America. We
and a* a symbol of parcel of that European form. Rather contentedly, the American relations which I
He thus left in his wake a general ily and warmly, making everybody all ascertain where they
nationalism still a vibrant ation France aspire to lead. French say that when De have been steadily deteriorating may be damaged by Gaullism
accumulation of good will and had no around him feel good, and it takes a world force looking for symbols De Gaulle therefore reckons Gaulle visits lands relatively now heads toward global and where they remain in ac-
trouble staying in Congress 18 years. man who puts a lot into life and getsa But De Gaulle has also accordingly: France must Ignored on international hori- confrontation. We differ radically cord with France.
And when he retired from Congress, lot out to do that. underestimated us, our reactions keep Britain out of "Europe." zons, this give them the idea on strategy, nuclear When necessary we must
he did so voluntarily. You won't ever find Mr. Pete givingup our strength and our But "Europe" I* moving toward they are "big boy," Pan weapons, NATO's meaning solicit support from other
resolution. For the sake of economic unification and contends that Is good for ev- the U.N.'t worth and SEATO' allies to avoid the danger that
Long before he went to Congress, the ship. He has a firmly built-in both side the record must be neither Washington nor London eryone. The French say that existence. We are running De Gaulle.. In his efforts to
he began teaching a Sunday School optimism that enables him to say with straightened can halt the process. when they were rich and had head on In Europe and Asia achieve leadership both In
class-In 1918. And he is still teaching, conviction that everything's going to De Gaulle reckons the Unit- Washington wants to keep Us sizeable South American investments have already collided on China Europe and the underdeveloped
at First Methodist Church. He taught work out all right and the situation ed State will be irritated continental leadership and to before the war, and soon may tangle in world may covet grandeurat
with him for several months Ignore what France believe they never tried to boss people Latin America.De our expense. We can no
Sunday School classes while he was in will be much better tomorrow.No because of his Chinese and that ideological bloc are and found this wa the Gaulle see cant valueIn longer afford either to driftor
Washington, too. During a 45-year period wonder his Sunday School class Southeast Asian policies and dissolving.It way to have friendly relations. forthright discussion of this to Ignore the fall-out of
he has prepared and taught more members will gather around. to honor he sees no possibility of meeting will obviously be more They add: "Let Latin America unhappy situation The result Gaullism which Is greater
than 2,000 Sunday School lessons. him tonight. President Johnson at anyplace difficult for the U.S.A. to keep be what it wishes to be- teem to leave u* little than we admit.
or time this year. He paramount leadership if West-
A THOUGHT-But God said to Jonah Do you do well to be angry for the plant? And h* feels such a private summit ern Europe becomes an eco- -
said. I do well to be angry, angry enough to die.-Jonah 49.; would not be unwise since nomic unit following Inde-
there I I. no possibility of agree pendent-minded France. Paris Potomac FeverBy
ment. work for the latter at whatit
France anticipates Wash- concedes la our cost.
LAKELAND LEDGER ington' big headache for 1964 FLETCIIER KNEBEL
will be Viet Nam and since HAVING struck a blow for ,
French and U.S. policies clashon his concepts in Asia and pursuing One Republican says these are nerve-wracking times. It looks like he'll

.AMDNKN tart COWLt* ui. this It I II better not to discuss aspiration contrary to have to give up cigarettes and vote for Dick Nixon all in the same year.

Imperial Polk County ? Poo.Publlthori......., JOHN.....,.MAJtHlftOM G. .,M"* Vi....*.> It. De Gaulle' diplomatic ours In Europe De Gaulle *
Mr, CUVI ........ I... "' .UI'.' strategy will therefore seek to may be expected to work for
John Glenn's
Worlds Citrus Center rici..Of: : :: ti "u"T"; : l move forward in Europe and what he deem Gaullist Interest leader.Space" man message to Ohio voters: "Take. me, .too. Your

..... M....... Latin America at U.S. expense during two Latin Ameri-
while we concentrate on can trips this year. There also *
the East. Part recognize that It's a wonderful country when a poor country boy like Bobby Baker can
The LEDGER'S telephones: All D.portm.nts-686-1151 French goal do not parallel make enough out of the Democratic Party to move into the hlgh-rent district
THE GENERAL doesn't Washington'. and hob-nob with Republicans.
foresee dramatic change In De Gaulle feels a "Euro-
the German situation either in pean" viewpoint on Latin
On. Y." $20.SO One Meitth $1.75 term of Bonn' relation with America is bound some dayto The U.S. may send troops to Cyprus. Hardly anybody over there dis-

Sic Meritk $1040 W..k . ,. ) Moscow or with Washington.He emerge, but that i Is still likes us-end the State Department is anxious to remedy the situation

Three Mends $ 5.20 Su..". Only Y... $T.IO feel Russia I I. terrified by :far away. So De Gaulle a* a promptly,
the prospect of any unified French conquistador Is a less *
Germany, neutralized or not, serious figure than De Gaull it LBJ off
Q-Is true turns lights in the White House
? A-Yes this
,,,....h.. .ft......... except Selurdey end ... SII...., morning by L..I.. ... New,.,.f c..,. because of Russian national as a Eurpccn giant casting the first administration to operate in the dark on becomes -
L....'...*-, Flotlde. 11102 not communist ideological an Asiatic shadow. purpose.
reasons. For France the Latin Amer. *

Nor would France accept lean question is money not Republicans call the Johnson administration the "wheeler deal. So If
German neutralization despite policy Nevertheless De Gaulle the G.O.P. wins in November, do Republicans promise a wheel-less dealI ?

uw.aa erw1r ,- LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, Feb. 4. 1M. 1
Auto Workers Will -

Stress Fringe BenefitsDETROIT 'I' U.S., Soviet Pact bOYOUTAKEVITAMINS

(AP-The United Improved fringe benefits, particularly .
Auto Worker Union, whose pensions, in 1964. On Travel Is Sought

contract often set hatlonal pat. The UAW is leaving no doubt 1Ird'ke
terns, if going to drive hard for that fringe Improvement will bean
-- --- -- all-out goal even if the unIon By FULTON LEWIS JR. campaign to destroy the House r

Complete I unexpectedly were to pass WASHINGTON Negotia- UnAmerlcan Activities Committee
INSURANCE up seeking a substantial wage tires Continue for an East- Leaders of the New
SIKVICktiiilir Increase, or possibly profit- West agreement that would York Committee to Abolish AND STill
Upthaw, sharing, In the wake of one of permit Soviet planes to fly HUAC were bussed to Wash
:the auto Industry's most lucrative Into this country, ington last week where they

I. ,lea.... ,,_ .... _t:.IUI:=: I, years Najeeb Hala- I_' buttonholed Congressmen damandlnl h
by. head of the the committee be dallied
Cuts Possible *
Federal Avla- its annual appropriation.
UAW President Walter P. tloa Agency District of Columbia fellow Pr FEEL TIRED ?
, Reuther said he will not ask has returned travelers met in a suburban
contracts which would result In from Moscow 'd t home a few days later to hear
i t price Increases, but he wrote where he con Frank Donntr, author of a ----' :
MARCH President Johnson the Industry ferred with savage attack on the House / U you take vitamins yet beginning to carry stnngth
ZedTexas could cut car prices $200 and Soviet diplomats Committee mil feet ', -you may need and nero to every part of
still grant wage increases and on the In New York a group of mart than vitamins to restore your body!
fringe benefits feasibility of a far. left "Intellectuals" announced your normal strength and Medical Testsl
Ford Motor Co reported that Soviet U. S. formation of a new energy Check: with your doc- Proved By
celebrates fringes such a* pensions. life civil air agreerune group Friends of the First tor He may tell you that your Patients diagnosed with
and hospital.medical Insuranceand Amendment to work for
ment. Halaby worn-out feeling can be due iron-deficiency frequently
Texas supplemental unemployment would Ilk. to see Soviet jets abolition of both HUAC and to a shortage of iron. were pale nervous irritable
Independence Day benefits cost 77 cents for land at U.S. airports, and the Senate Internal Security Vitamins alone can't build and easily tired.After patients
BUT every hour worked by every American planes given access Sub-committee. A key opera tit up iron-poor blood. But took GERITOL daily doctors
production employe in 1962. A to Soviet landing strips. tive In the new group Is Carl im
GERITOI cant That's because reported definite clinical
spokesman estimated 1963 costs The proposed deal has been Martini, an Identified Communist .
Every Wednesday GBRITOL not only contains 7 provement. Remember vita.
were who served a prison '
"substantially higher"General
blasted by two experts on Soviet vitamins but in addition mini alone can't do nl! But
ae ,
... .
FROM MAINE TO FLORIDA"IT'S Motors said employe policy. Rep. Craig Hoe term for perjury in denying a ,
Insurance. cost It SITS million In California Republican party membership. supplies the amount of iron GERITOL with its rich source
1982, mar OTHER members of the needed to build Iron-rich red of iron ran help you regain
supplemental unemployment
benefits $42 million, and- and Sen. Tom Dodd Con committee Include Prank BOY S, IS MEMORY WHIZ pore, N.w.tkl. S. ......*. blood Just 2 GERITOL tablets your strength and energy.

Fish Fry Night 40,23: retirees drew $42 million necticut Both Hosmer Democrat.and Dodd received Wilkinson, an Identified Communist jMime liltou, eWv, hit North M......., Miss., .Mnrfiroorta. or 2 tablespoons of GERITOL Check with your doctor
in pensions letters from an Amen who has been convicted toockor, with foctt end. figures on ..... JOO ottkoll eloyera.Shown liquid contain twice the Iron and if iron-poor blood is your
t Delicious filleU ican employee at the UN detailing of contempt of Congress, their oicrum, he comoi no with husks, in a pound of calves' liver) problem you should take fast.
crisp ,olden.fried Pay Averages $3 the danger Inherent In Harvey O'Connor. a veteran records, ell corroctos .1...... from oke o seth he ash with bubbleSum. Seven times the iron in a acting GERITOL every day.
sad ocean-freah Fringe figure breakdowns for any U.Soviet air agreement.The Communist, and four members His mother, Mrs. Honry Noweckl, altar tortin* his ,...... pound of spinach! It is this Feel stronger fast-In just 7
ALL 1963 are not available from any employee who must remain of the Hollywood Ten, including ot homo, says only, "I'm emoiod. AP ....Wlroohete, rich source of iron that days-or your money back
of the automakers. The bureauof anonymous wrote: Dalton Trumbo and Ring makes GERITOI.such an effective from the maker. Get high.
You Labor Statistics reports the "THEIR embassy and UN Lardner. Jr.AntlHUAC. strength-building tonic. potency GERITOL liquid or
$$100CAN hourly straight-time pay of auto staffs number several hun leader will converge Tanganyika Puts Censor On NewsDAR In only one day, GFRITOL- tablets today!
EAT ,.... workers averaged S3. dred people. If they could Washington within a iron is In your bloodstream Dill to Iron deficiency
Wages have risen seven cents York fortnight to plead with Congressmen ES
shuttle between New SALAAM Tsnganyl striding newspapers and news-
French Fried Potatoes an hour on a cost-of-living escalator and Moscow twice a week in to slash HUAC's annual ka (AP-The Tanganyika government men after the recent army mutiny ECKERD DRUG STORES
Cole Slaw a Tartare Sauce- carried forward In the their own planes, think of appropriation. Imposed censorship yes .
Boils and Butter two-year contracts which ex- how much secret material PERON"OUT"(i"F CLINIC: terday on all news cables and all -- -
of -
S -
31. For a --- ---- -
pire Aug every
military secrets scientific and MADRID AP Ex President telephone calls by news organl
point the cost of living Index ( ) SHARP STONES
technical data and other val-
rises or falls, wages go up or uable information gathered Juan D Peron yesterdayleft Crude stone knives dug up on OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY
the Madrid clinic where he Home Minister Job Luslnde
hour.WALLOONS scientific In
Jounsonf down a penny an for them by their friends and a Wyoming -
had Jan. 20. said
prostate surgery censorship was necessary"in used Ice
operatives In this country Peron, 68, was driven to his the interests of public safety 11,000 and are still
The Walloons are the inhabitants I they could tuck away will be without able home In Madrid, where he live, and tranquility." sharp enough years ago to cut meat and LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 6-1131
735 East Main St. of Belgium who speak a detection. They in exile. The government began re sinew
to tons of socalled _
carry away -- --
dialect of French as ------- -------- --- -
"HOST Of THE HIGHWAYS" the Flemings who speak diplomatic mail.
dialect of Dutch or Low German Dodd points out that Soviet
: agreements with other nations s
orsN Ntosn would likely follow any US PA hv
Soviet pact Were the Soviets MODERN
to conclude commercial air
PUZZLE flight treaties with Latin
: American countries, Dodd
argues, it would seriously facilitate
Find the man the task of subversionand
/ espionage throughout the
who went to hemisphere. It Is because we
a.t % o'H with
o, have frankly recognized this MATHE
& R BLOCK U danger that we have used our 1
Influence to discourage such
with his agreements in the past, Dodd
Only last year, Halaby
charged that Aeroflot. the Soviet
airline, was not really a
I INCOME TAX commercial carrier but "an 1 / h\\ nAMw wM 1.

adjunct of military aviation"Dodd : .war ,..
I and Hosmer Insist
there U no Justification for I
.. ..., II
,CLUIl Mil ate /1" any pact at present. They I
our U> vorrlM UlU nu-tben. scoff at one State Department
*ka >..n.I h... to rationale I (increased Soviet
I tourist trade to the United
with luntxrl u. forms tlU "'.
rim sv States makes an agreement
... ,
hour. Ho wins' *oi'
M. hMdKhM kr MBdlM hU DODD says that fewer than
U. p.blema) to M Y LOCK ISO Soviet "tourists" have
why Cost >ou-now? UP visited the U.S. in any recent ,
EOUARANTIl! year. On the other hand, some
w. e.<>....IOCr.'. ,..,..rohM et ...ry sea t.t,,'". It 11,000 Americans traveled east i
** Mk. .., .' ... ,ho, net yea ony finally or l,l.i.'". to the Soviet Union last year. war,
w ..1II..ho *..I ly 99 !...,.,.. i thg .deeo, g "Fw4w1
From a commercial standpoint I + r i R
Dodd says, the proposed I A .
agreement would constitute a I I '
rca I serious liability because It ( -'-. 4 : c.F
would undercut the American ,
Notion Lerint Tea S."k. 500 Offlcoi Across The U.S. airlines going overseas.
.,.......?>. t ......* o.m. aot. .n" tun. ..S. "*. .M IMS Domestic Reds and others
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Courageous Courreges Of Paris x aJ I! Not Talking/ Enough Bad; I

Talking Too Much WorseBy I

Shows Skirts Above The KneesBy ,
i' ,,. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN beautiful hues of a rainbow.
.s Then there Is the hit and run

LOUISE HICKMAN Ity that everyone may be weanIng were very straight, often with T lklng ti our main modeof talker. He never heari a word

Associated Press Fashion Writer pants everywhere any day, matchbox seaming Insistence ,' telf-expretilon and one of others say but sits on the edge
t" PARIS tatWear skirts the Courreges look was still on boots relaxed sometimes r ,,l of his chair waiting for an opportunity

above the knee, or wear pants. very far out It was the mas.klt.Of with these, permitting little ,L:, ; our chief occupation Men to dash In with his

That was the word from Cour- slue hats and coats' white or patent skimmer M n and women have tried to draw bit I

rages today in an almost all- that did i pumps L // closer together and understandone Anyway It is a lot of fun,

white collection Raglan or dropped shoulderswere Courreges used while gabar P another and let's keep trying to get to

And that's not all Short very wide and square, dine, whipcord, tweed, ribbed 't better through gather via the spoken word.

skirts or long pants are to be though not rigid Big coats, wools, piques, duck, sailcloth ? r, the spoken Tomorrow "Now You May I

worn with high white boots, bigger still In back, had not and starchy cotton laces. He ,,.<-, word. Alter Some Clothes To Fit
with squared-off coats of tremendous the slightest suggestion of fit. spiked white with acid green tst r However, it'' New FlgJre."

bulk with gigantic Sleeves were straight or shirty /tobacco.. There was some ;, s a doesn't always k Booklets available through

lampshade hats that look as and cuffed. They came In showing of pink and navy blue. w'a work that way Josephine Lewmaa's WHY ( [

if they were carved out of short, elbow, and three-quarter Gres also opened In Paris Chance remarks GROW OLD volume (Include
solid blocks of straw or leather. lengths. There were double- today. She uses her famous a fi have NElght.W t elt Self-Improvement i 1

Very Far Out breasted or fly-front closings, bias cuts, godets, and drapingin 'a0 started lifelong Marathon," "Nine o Day", >

LAWANNA WALKER, "He's gone too fart" gaspedone welt or patch pockets. Pointed, very conservative ways, feuds, while Reducing Diet," "Trick and

home economist for National fashion pro. An ex-Cour- rolled collars were filled In stressing Immediate,.and universal other remarks tl Treat Diet," 'Tubby Hubby

Cotton Council, will tell tex rages assistant explained that with looped ascot ribbons I wearabill!). have begun or. i wman Dlef and "Your Bust. Send
tile and clothing students at he has always had a reneaade' Short And Straight Her chiffon at-home costumes cemented a"1* a self-addressed, stamped envelope

Florida Southern College about temperament about Bulk was not always just In are delightful. A sleeve r lifelong frlen shlp. Today hi- and It cents lor each

new spring and summer cottons fashion and suggests that he the cut Some costumes peeledoff lets Jacket veils a tiny bra top, ti tory Is being made at the conference booklet lo Josephine Lowrnan

and cotton research when may just be ahead of his time. two layers before gettingto floats out to great peignoir 3 tables In care of The Ledger. Nearly
she visits the campus Mon "Besides," he added "He's the last. Coat, jacket, and proportions In back, over a leaflets offered
The ,
recognition of the importance 101 free ar*
day She will illustrate her always shown skirts short long overblouse went over the slim long skirt. And a waist- too. Watch this. column for
talk with fabric samples, both and then sold them longer pants, which were slit In frontto length dotted cape veils another y' of convenatlon it which be
title of leaflets
for apparel and home decorating Even Imagining skirts long. fit over the boon bra-top, with huge, floaty Y ,re not new. Actually we wonder may

.! er, and admitting the possibil- The short-skirted dresses skirt this time.Pilof if those who went before us of_help U you.

s were not more .ware of lls

Gospel Film Xi SigmasTo Woman's Club Club ,, i 4 3x 1, impact than we are. Four w

thousand schoolboys

To Be Shown Meet At OES Chapter BusinessMeet oe ,. were studying years ago rules about

< ',t T, 4, conversation from the book, J
Or Myron F, Boyd will MeetingsLAKE v I pt f "The Instruction of PunHotep. yt v

show a 20 minute documentary Guess HomeXI WALES Members. Slated ." t-

In Ancient Greece the art of
of the Lake Wales Woman'lClub
Wallls."' tomorrow at 7 p,m. at Sigma chapter of Beta will entertain their husbands The monthly business meet. conversation was epitomizedby 1 1v'

I. akeland l Free Methodist Sigma Phi sorority will meet at a covered dish supper ing of the Pilot Club of Lakeland Socrates. The seventeenth- '' "gip
coffee houses of
Church 313 Granada St tonight at 8 o'clock at the Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at will be held Thursday at NIGHTGOWN LOOK FOR EVENING-This strapless white century Lon
home of Mrs. J. Fred Guess, the clubhouse. 6:30 p,m. at the Cadet Restau silk linen gown with long-sleeved organza tunic blouse may don, and,, the eighteenth-ten-
The film was prepared by 2264 Road. rant. The executive board look like tury salons of Paris were famous .
Olney Keith senior Girl a nightgown but it's intended for stepping out. This .
Kathy a
the Light and Life Hour broad Mr.. Joe Skillman, ways Scout from Winter Haven, will meeting will convene at 8. evening gown, by Eric Lund, was part of his spring collection for their fine talk. i ;,

cast and shows scenes photographed and means chairman will speak Kathy visited Pakistanlast The nominating committee, shown to fashion writers in New York (AP Wirephoto- What Type An You?
by Dr, Boyd of the present a work sheet for the which will prepare a slate of New York) v: .
fall the Juliette Low
on and all '
Today, probably
France and
needs In Spain, rummage sale. Reservations new officers for 1964-63, will
Russia.f The work done World Fellowship program. through the past, there have
for the valentine dance will be elected Election of officers
She also will show slides.
been well known conversation
through gosepl radio and be taken by Mrs Russell will be at the March
The supper and program are types which we are lucky to
evangelical missionaries is exr r ,
s Dias social chairman.
being arranged by the Educa meeting avoid and become.
j unlucky to
plained The "India and Included on the agenda will
tion committee, with Mrs. R. There Is a lot of difference between
el/rrM1D1 Southwestern Asia" taken be the finalizing of plans for 71/Zfflz
rD Nv, E. Maughan, chairman, and a conversationist and a
O from the program book "The the area school of Instructionto REV. JAMES HUDSONMissionary
Mrs. Ruffle Hooten co-chair
talker. I that
ekeeping am sure you
l3ood "
.w Ho
Grand Tour wUl be given be held at the Girls Clubin
man. have all had the
eAr {ulwnu p unhappy experience
by Mrs. Guess 0 SLAKE Tampa, 27th Avenue and of listening to the one
16th Street. The school is
WALES Chapter ball and
TIME who grabs the con ,
NEED PLEATSPleated ARE BACK 107, Order of the Eastern Star, sponsored by the Pilot Club of LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1164 tinues on until all real conversation Guatemala

MORE skirts have made a meets Saturday to Install officers Ybor City, who has for its dies I call this type

r BE comeback this year You'll find at the Masonic Hall at project Spring the Girls Convention Club. Miss Amelia RiddleTo the monologist Will
{ 8
p.m. Then there Is the whoputs SpeakThe
them In wool and crepe for day person
Mrs S. Bell
Roy president,
SAID ? Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Guklch
on the act. Everythingis
time wear and In soft wool jer

sey for evening will patron be and Installed worthy as matron worthy will spring outline convention plans of Pilot for the International Be Dinner HonoreeMiss dramatized and exaggerated Rev. James Hudson, ( .

but this can
to be held In Fort type person missionary to Guatemala, will i
be quite entertaining and speak at First Nazaren \
Lauderdale, April 24-26. Amelia Riddle who and Mrs Glenn W. *
REBUILD Yes DR MATTRESS Miss Mundy, Mrs Dan Bishop, chairmanof will be married to William The dining table appointments he whimsical.(or she may The danger tell the Is same that the Church Rev.tomorrow J. Lester at Seel 7:30: ,p pastor .m.,
dental health for Arthur
program Mixon on Friday, will will be of cut glass.
story over over again,
has announced.The .
Mr. Mixon underprivileged children, will be honored with a dinner Silver candelabra holding blue and even though It Is well
speaker will show slides
.,. WE CAN REMAKE YOUR OLD MAT. report on the referrals that party and shower at the Lake tapers and flower arragements acted if hear it too oftenit
TRESS TO BE AS GOOD AS NEW Tell Plans This work you and describe the country and
'" ''! are being processed. Yacht Club tonight at camellias and roses will palls Here we have the
AT A FRACTION OF THE ORIGINAL is carried on throughout the 7.30: o'clock by Mrs. Hugh L. also grace the tables. dramatist. its people.
\ PRICE. Mr and Mrs. K. F. Mundy year, but number of referrals Cash Mrs. Sidney L, Howell The honoree will be presented The Rev Mr and Mrs. Hud

0 of Plymouth Lane have announced during the school months are a gift of silver by the Medical Report son are teachers and missionaries
W* 5.11ram Rubber. Beddlne br that their !in Guatemala, having
daughter, greater. hostesses. who
Next the
FIRESTONE ...i WYNN REST Bodding Fonchen comes woman
Lord been assigned there In 1952.
JoAnn will become the brideof Aid
mede. In *ur ewe factory. Project The guest list Includes Mrs. regales you with the personal
Gene A. Mixon Friday at Mrs. T M. Johns, first vice- Marion Riddle, brlde-elect's details of her life and Illnesses They are home on their sec

F.N.'. '...M.-EASY TERMS 8 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran president and coordinating Painting Wins mother, Mrs. R. L. Mixon, and those of her family. You ond furlough, and are engaged

Church. chairman will call for reports pro s pee 11 I v e bridegroom'smother didn't know she had any children in deputation work among U.S.

WYNN MATTRESS No formal Invitations will be from committee chairmen, at Merit Mrs Roscoe Richter, until she told you that Nazarene churches.
: mailed. All friends and relatives which time Miss Lillian MouU Award Mrs. T. W. Peter, Mr. John thousands of dollars were missionary helped toetabllah
1427 New Auburndole Hwy. MU 3-4932 of the couple are invited will report on the recent rum. M. Peterson, Mrs. Melvin spent on straightening the the Rabinel-Achl Indian Ii.

to attend.0000000000000000000oooooaaooooooa. mage sales that aided the club TAMPA FIve Florida ar- Prine, Mrs. A. M. Trask. Mrs. teeth of her "youngest,'' and Bible School in San MIguel IlL

in expanding Us dental proj lists have been awarded $500 L. David Clark, Mrs. Gayle that her second child waa having Chicaj, and has been stationed

Awards of Merit at the Florida Mosley, Mrs. lone Adkins, trouble with asthma. You there since I960, serving

El ect.Dr.. Juliana Jordan chairman ( State Fair by a jury of Mrs. Lloyd High. hope that there Is not a third as director and teacher.

of Education( International three. The quintet Includes Mrs M D. Cleghorn, Mrs. child, but there Is, and he Is The Rev Mr Hudson served
0E ElEl Relations and Patriotic Em Kenneth A. Kerslake, Gainesville E E. Holloway Mrs. Jesse having trouble getting into col. as a pastor In the Florida District

far dish 5 far duds blems, will announce plans for intaglio "The Shape of Cannon, Mrs. Floyd Selph, lege. The teachers never understood before becoming a mis
El the February 20 program Anxiety;" Fonchen Lord, Miss Oneda Wallace, Mrs. him. As a last excite lionary.TowlesJohnson.

E meeting.. Lakeland, all, "Patent Leather Blanche Little Mrs. V. E ing shot she tells you that her

E Mrs. Katherine Taylor, whole Fantasy;" William Pachner, Bowden, Mrs George Riddle, husband's gall stones had the

E heat water E1EETRIE ElB compiling the press book, Clearwater Beach, oil, "Wood. Mrs H L. Brooks Mrs. W. .
requests anyone having clip stock #4.;" Syd Solomon, B. Hendrix, Mrs. Nell Bar Wedding Slated

B pings from out-ot-town papers Sarasota, oil tempera, "Wild. geron Mrs. T. O. McArthur, Lakeland
B pertaining to members of the wake;" and Vernon Voetz Miss Linda Cottmgham Mrs. Valentine's Day

B 0 h t B Lakeland Club to bring them Sarasota, steel sculpture, Robert E Lee, Mrs. Ward L Polk
B a to the Thursday meeting. The "Owl." Barnes Mrs. Julian Humph County Miss Lana Kaye Towles will

B e press book must be completed Jurors were Cecil Vincent reys, Mrs J. K. McDaniel become the bride of William

0 B to present for judging at the Donovan museum director, and Mri. Merle R. Stanyard. Date Book Edward Johnson, 2422:! Moss-

B B District Four Convention in University of Illinois, Urbana; wood Friday, Feb 14, at 7:30

B 00 r B April. John Gordon museum curs TODArLAKILAND p.m. at Methodist Temple. The

B ;, B Reservations are to be made tor, Whitney Museum of Religious Groups'Meeting ..'001 CLUI. '..30p Rev Raymond Gregory will
m at Lakeland Wmn.ri Club
a B with Miss Alax Bradley, MU American Art, Brooklyn N. I LAKSLANO. TOA{TMATI" *(> perform the ceremony, assist

B 2-6859 Y; Harris King Prior, director CalendarTODAY CLUe. Any 7 pm nor. at tnt M.rfhet..... 4 may. Rewuhat Join.LAKtlANB .. ed by the Rev. John Hunt,

,. / B Rochester Museum Art IXCHANOI CLUB, pastor.
B o a Gallery, Rochester, N.Y. a 30.(PUBLICAN* eilicuTivt' "COM' The bride-elect Is the daughter .
B Catholic WomenTo MITTII Of POLK COUNTY, 7 10 of Mr and
B Honorable mention was given Mrs. George
r/ APOSTOLIC e.iei' SCHOOL. 1321X r m Kir.I PVdrr.l. Orfive Park
B B Marjorie Armston Clearwater Mrnerlal Blvd. nuni cluMi ale rex CLUB OP IMPHtlAL. .ARIA.. Duvall, 928 W. Ruby St. Mr.
1 30 p m fHC Corp mnneirli
B Meet Hear oil, "Old Bridge;" Er COMMUNITY".,, liei, CLAM. 1 30 to be turned in, Mm c'W, C. Punk Johnson's parents are Mr. and
B II m. horn ol Mn HnllK Mllltf and MrWrbA Roo.rU >ra ban
nest L. Cox, Tampa, steel, tlfi f JohnKinCrtmeT Mrs. Clifford Johnson of San-
B ii B Mrs. Pastore LUTHIHAN, dull Infermtcioo L".LIt..a WATa Ixl CIYD. 1em
"Pool Sculpture; Wallace F. IreturwrlM, 1.30 pmFW Al Clvle Center eArl roomLANlLAND ford.All
B B Green, Tampa, cast stone and NNL er TMI lASTIRN. CNArTN DrAN H, S, ONDNN rem atlawnia friends and relatives of
B B Mrs June Pastore will I bronze, "Bull;" Daisy Koenig WIDNI1OAVAPOSTOLIC DILL SCHOOL 1311Memornl Temple. the couple are Invited to attend

B B speak to members of the Tampa, oil "Landscape;" 1 Blvd nlilu clu M Ate WSDNISOAVLANILAMO the wedding and the reception

Catholic( Woman's Club at the William C. Robertson Jr, H":.,ITIAN,. utiNtt, MIN aCOMMITTII attaint CLUI, meellit which will follow in the
B B noon >l GIN t Re..iu- the Klki Club it U I IS pmLAKtLANO .
business meeting tomorrowat Tampa, cast stone, "Female; ART. CLUB. oil paint. church fellowship hall.
B B 8 .m. at St Joseph's par Rubadoux Sarasota, oil hmTINlT. CM.'ITI"' AdmlAlrtrrfire Ili clM. at P 10 a m. Mr. Mary
p Craig nnrrA 7 ..? n m ('.,.*,. tnitruclor: oil oainilin' vim
B -_ B ish hall. She Is affiliated with on paper, "Head Dead." CNNIDT LVTNINAN, Ml Seoul Cornelia MrntfB at lu m.1
Phi Mu Alumnae
Troop 711 meaty At 130 vNorlhwril AA Mill Ilia and rortnltclw oil I pamuIni
B :m. B a local radio atation. More than 800 entries were rirmrnlnrv HrhoolrmsT from 7 to 10 pm Inrtrurlor N
rmiBTTioiAN. putonnior Holder portrait Inilrurtlon 1
B mm Mrs. Warren W. Baker will judged by the panel. About alnlr rWd1 clw. 'JO Dm chAMllrr"lon with Murray aoldioorouih: 710.9 JOpm Meeting Slated
'L B .nd dlMenA4' merllAt. t 70P.m. all at admlnUtraUoa bulldlni,
conduct the meeting, callingfor 100 In addition to the prizewinners 1& mDerVw, tarot. LariwCHA'PTIK, A."r'.NO.P.N..T
B reports from committee will be displayed in rNUNonrWIeTMINDTIN ONe1D 0' ass Phi Mu Alumnae will meet

B chairmen. Mrs. Clyde Olson, the exhibition at the Fair huh and teeDYTNIAN Adult eommunlrrnt .riLLOMta., 1 pm... al DAY Hall MCharlri tomorrow at 7.30: p.m. at First

Eli B general chairman for the annual Among those selected to hang off rlM I... MU betwee cilllnrhurrlt ; noon at homt CP.ol PIO Mri.SITIP.HOO Our Calla, Federal Savings and Loan
hot for
heater water everythine -
A qulclc-recoveiy ELECTRIC water keeps : fashion show and card were another of Mrs Lord'spaintings Irm. And >ff.lSmWIITMINITI 401 Mlnnehaha miCHAM 7T,11ILNORA LOOOf Spm community room. Grove Park.

from washing clothes to washing dishes. And you can Install party Thursday at 8 p.m. at entitled "Myth." *. PIIIMVTIIIIAN.c Lrmnn at Country Wr Afcbool .JJ B.LAKILAMD Mrs. R. F. Chatham will be
B Center will give a works Beth Ford of /Tm"mircJ'otfl*.* Mu"1J31 ?blttween tMAPTI, OAUOH.S hostess.
the Civic Two by | {
to '
E your electric water heater anywhere In your home provide also 9 uZ in. and HOOD. 1-3 p m. to .. Plans for the Panhellenlc
final report. Lakeland were among '*""". 10 p m Tuaaday Muill Clubl kar
E the hot water you need, when you need It See your dealer about an 0 Hostesses for the meetingare those selected for exhibition uruae.rWITHINTIN Pm. {lVTt.l..N.Mrni matlne VTINANf, I ... 0' WONIe WAR. I, bridge party will be discussed
All Phi Mu
B Mrs. M L Chapman Mrs. throughout the fair. Council ol We.tmm.Wr. Mmturkey u.". IMPIPIAL rOaN COUNTYAHHACMS. alumnae are invited
electric water heater-to help you live better, electrically a dinner In, iwrleil hall Coal.rer'AITNArrDO .. Mlt and auilllary. colored to attend and are to
E Helen Garcia and Mrs. James tlrkri.' MU JSM. OI\b dinner at la 30 p m at
B INTIrtDINOMINA.TIONAL : bring white elephant articles
Due Hey rwol'la'lllrllot talker
McCall. Linda Nail CHRISTIAN 1 JO .ID. Pint
B Q ..,drru. Grow hrr 111".11.011 for the bridge party. _

B TIME FOR A CHANGE Elfc Bride-Elect
B Radford-Capps ,

E::: $30.00 Installation Allowance During February When You Chang [] Plans To Be Feted <

E from a Flame Type to Electric. (a Wedding Evangelistic< Meeting

Miss Linda Nail of Plant
E 10.00 Installation B Are AnnouncedLAKE
-jr Allowance During February If You Replace City, bride-elect of Eddie
E:: Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model. B Murphy, will be honored at a
E B WALES Miss Nan
miscellaneous shower tonight
That's right' Your Dept of Electric 6 Water Utilities will pay you $30.00 Installation cy Patricia Radford, daughterof NIGHTLY
E:: a at 8 o'clock by Mrs. M. D.
allowance during February If you replace your old flame-type water heater with the Rev. and Mrs. H. Morgan at her home, 201 W.
a new 230-volt Automatic Electric Water Heater. Or you can replace your old electric Radford, will become the Maxwell Drive.

E heater with a new 230-Volt Automatic Electric Water Heater and receive a B bride of Robert VanBuren The party! rooms wUl be THIS O WEEK

E $1000 Initallation, allowance B Capps son of Mr and Mrs. decorated with red and white,
H. B. Capps Friday Feb. 14.
bride-elect's chosen colors.
See your Electric Appliance Dealer, select the flee you need He will tend a sale The ceremony will be performed
E B She will be presented with a
certificate to u> and our Customer Service Engineer will check the Initollotion. Then by the bride-elect's $ Through
of white sweetheart
0 you will receive your Installation allowance check by mail. That's all there Is to It. B father at Fiist Baptist Church. corsage mother Mrs. Wood- ter

E Make the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER- 'In February) B: A reception will follow In the roses row W.Her Nail of ,Plant City, FRIDAY
church social haIL
and the prospective bridegroom'
All friends and relatives of
mother, Mrs. E.. M.
DEPARTMENT OF the couple are invited to attend
B B Murphy, will receive red and
the wedding and the re 7:30 P.M.

B Electric & Water Utilities, B ception. white Games carnation will be corsages.played and

CITY OF LAKELAND prizes awarded
E B: FLATTER COLOR Mrs. Cleghorn will be assisted Robert Jackson, Evangelist

E::: m What could be prettier for by Mrs. T J. Cleghorn
holiday wear than a basket. Mrs Lloyd J High Mrs. T. P. Lake Wire Church of Christ
'' ; weave wool in emerald green? Fields and Mrs B. C. Peddy.

.ELECrRICllY {, ,.., <* ..liJt.1jellI Jllrg It's a color that's flattering to Approximately 50 guests are Lake Wire Drive at Oak Streetltnss

6 many women. expected to attend.

Stetson Vie Here Tonight I

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McDermott Wins Snap

Fish Taking ;

1st Gold Medal Draws I 4-Game Loss String j

Complaint Florida Southern will be seeking to map a four-gams losing -

For U.S. Team streak; raise their average above .500; and cop a key Florida \

By FRED W JONESFishingHunting Intercollegiate 'Conference basketball game tonight when they |

Editor host Stetson University at the Lakeland Senior High gym I I
By TED SMITS pulaory figures In the men's fig In a preliminary game at 5:45: p.m, Manatee Junior College I 1
Associated Press Sports Editor ure skating competition. There was a sort of minor in Lakeland
uproar yesterdaywhen
will play the FSC junior varsity. The vanity game Is 7:45: p.m, 1
INNSBRUCK. Austria (AP- Monty Hoyt, 19, of Denver a crew of the Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Tuesday. Feb 4, 1"4 7 Both Stetson and FSC dropped

Terry McDermott. a barber also improved his position taking fish from Lake Parker told bystander the fish were games to University of Miami hauled down 24 rebounds against ,

from Essexville, Mich., crackedthe climbing to sixth Manfred going to the exhibit at the Tampa Fair last week. The Hatters are 2.1 the tall 'Canes. I''

Soviet Union's long-Ume Schnelldorfer of Germany leads It la likely some people would get upset over even a few In FIC play while the Mocs are Bill Hester 6-4, 2e0) -pound

speed skating monopoly and with 7901 points, followed by fish being taken from the lake for a fair because they would 22. Miami I lead at 6-0. junior forward from Edgewa* t

won the first gold medal for the Karol Divln of Czechoslovakia, believe they could have. caught those tame fish the very next 3rd If the Moca are to emerge ter, will also bear watching. ft

United States with a 500-meter( with 7781. Allen Is close at 776.0. day IF they hadn't been carted off Kentucky victorious in tonight's crucial Hester averaged 14.4 points II.
victory today In the ninth Winter Hoyt has. 712.1 points. FIC big Bill last season Joining
But It seems the minor uproar in this case was mostly tilt, they must stop per game
Olympic Game Free skating, In which both caused by the fact Commission crews had been observed several Plckeni 6-10 238-pound sophomore Hester at forward will be M
The 21-year-old former Michigan Allen and Hoyt excel, climaxes center, from Rochester senior Bobby Paschal from

Tech ,student who clips the competition Thursday. In Poll N.Y. Plckens, who looks more Enterprise, Ala At guardswill

hair and shaves customers in The Russians with two med. :::TACOS..n., 1.,SAY tM Tlees.1a1 aM w.dnwd.Y,. aa0:Il:;.assNae",.., Slat, Nd.a.M.l, '::'.i:':+ Cage like a football player than a be Jim Jarrett, Moot senior
his dad's barber shop, trimmed als in the biathlon and two silvers -M.s" NM" e u a.MMI, hoopster, swished the nets for from Orlando and 6-foot
one-tenth of a second off the In the 100-meter 27 points against Miami and Tom Bernard, Junior from
speed times recently taking fish, putting them in tanks, and
Olympic record by flashing the By JACK HAND Kentucky advanced a to Wadsworth Ohio.
skating tie, boosted their totalto peg
hauling them And several times much! I
546.8 yards in 40.1 seconds. 19 more than twice that of away. was Just too Associated Press Sports Writer third at 15.2 on a victory over' "Stetson will be one of the
The record had been set atCortina. second place Germany with 8 I After receiving some complaints we called the Commissionand Unbeaten UCLA, only major Florida and Wichita whippedboth Lakeland Goes biggest teams we have faced all
In 1956 the Soviet asked Manager J. O. Brown what the story wu. And here basketball team with Cincinnati and said Coach Tom
Italy by Just when It seemed as if the college a Marquettefor season,
Union's Eugeny Crlshnln United States would be shut out : la what we were told: perfect record, remained in the a 16-3 record and moved up Greene today. "They are not

who finished In a triple tie for of any first places In the Games I "The crew today Is getting fish for the Tampa Fair No.1 position today In the week. from seventh to fourth. Fifth- To JeffersonJEFFERSON exceptionally tall, but they're

.! second with another Russian McDermott uncorked a superbrace Those fish will be returned to the lake after the show Is over Iy Associated Press poll. place Davidson bounced back rugged. Their lightest starter

r Vladimir Orlov, and Alv GJest- to overtake the three leaden . Other fish have been taken from other lakes also for the The UCLA Bruins drew 43 first from Its first defeat and Clobbered Jim Jarrett, weighs 180

vang of Norway all clocked In fair and for other fairs We try to divide It up. place votes among the 49 cast VMI 129-tl.Villanova GYM. TAMPA pounds."
406 "Some time ago we also took some fish from Lake Parkerfor by the panel of the nation's held tight to sixth by Lakeland's Dreadnaughta will The Moe. will go along with

First Since 1m Just Missed the Arcadia Fair But in between those two times, ports writers and sportscasters downing American University be facing a vastly-improved the same five that played sucha
Eddie Rudolph of Northbrook. fish were taken from Parker for tagging for the Schllu fishing The six other writers ranked and Detroit. Duke moved up to Jefferson Dragon five tonight tremendous game against
McDermott outsped 43 skaters 111, knowing he had to do 40.6 contest. them second. seventh on victories over South here In a Western Conference the University of Miami. Tim

from 19 countries in giving the or better to stand any chanceof "Some of the fish taken for tagging were put Into tanks Leaden Slump Carolina and Navy Vanderbilt. cage game at 8 o'clock. Elsnaugle Southern's hook

United States IU first speed a medal only Just missed and hauled away-to the other end of the lake since it was Defeats of Davidson Vander- In eighth place, was pursued The Dreadnaughts will be shot artist and fierce rebound-

skating medal since 1952, when (It He was clocked In 40.9. easier to tag them there and move them, than to move the bill and DePaul shook up the closely by Chicago Loyola, after their fifth straight win er, will be at one forward position.
Ken Henry won the 500. Tom Gray of Bloomington Top Ten but nobody was which won three games during 12th In 16 games and seventh The Sarasota senior
rig and catch more at the other end of the lake. So all the
The medal was the third for the other American entrant, did knocked out. Davidson dropped the week over Dayton, Western In 11 games.Coach has upped his scoring averageto
the United States, with a silver 41.5. fish I .'taken recently were not actually removed from the lake from third to fifth after losing Michigan and Iowa. John (Sonny) Powell 24.S points per game and Is

and a bronze won previously by The Germans finished 1.2.3 In III first game to West Virginia All record were based on has moved sophomore center clearing an average of 17.8
Jean Saubert of Lake- So, that's the story from the Commission. And whether rebounds contest. At the
spunky the men's tobogganing-known 7573. Vanderbilt tumbled from through Saturday, Robert Valentine up to the varsity per
in the ladies' giant anyone agrees that fish should be taken from Lake Parker for etPI.Y'd other forward position will be
view, Ore., as luge In Europe-and 1-2 In filth to eighth( after bowing to Feb, and Hank Holding will be
slalom and slalom on the skiing the women's with the bronze the Tampa Fair or not hers are some thoughts the whole affair Auburn 81-63. DePaul slippedone I The Top Ten with first place eligible for tonight's game with Dave Shlnkman The Carbondale -

slopes of Llzum Valley. medal going to AUltrla.I brought up. rung to lOth after losing to votes In parentheses and point the Dragons. Paul Jackson Pa., senior did an excellent

Earlier a skiing marksman The luge is small sled little Louisville 8379.Michigan on a 10.9-8-7.e.-4.3-2-1 basis: center; Joe Shelnut and Dan Job of defending Miami's
from the Soviet Union Vladimir I more than a wooden a plank and Top Lake For FishingFirst remained In second I. UCLA (43) 484 Sherman, forwards; Bob Oen-. high scoring ace, Rick Barry

Melanin, won the tough biathlon two Iron runners, on which European the business people-and the Chamber of CommerceIf place by boosting its record to 2. Michigan (5)) 429 brink and Kenny Deal, guards Shlnkman, until he had to.
test and Germans dominatedboth children slide down snow 5-1 with a 95-79 romp over 3, Kentucky 372 will be the Lakeland starters leave the game because he
the men's and women's individual not the fishermen can take some satisfaction from the Michigan Slate UCLA however 4. Wichita 265a Other reserves who may see was In danger of fouling out,
In tobogganing banks. fact it Is our local lakes which supply the fish for such showsas 251 Mike held Barry to 17 points
events loge track for rolled over the Santa Barbara Davidson (1)) action Include Jim Cox,
a new Olympic event men The measures Olympic 1,100 yards with the Tampa. Fair-the largest in the Southeast, we under branch of the University of CatFomla 8. VUlanova 242 Burdette, Rick Pelck and Rusty At center will be Tom Daw-

Scotty Allen the 15-year-old bends. An stand In two games to make It T. Duke 199 Tomlinson. son, senior from Indianapolis
18 un-
from Smoke Rise tricky hairpin And they can also point with pride these local lakes also 121 Ind. who Improves with every
U.S. champion seasonal thaw made the track 17-0 for the year. Michigan drew 8. Vanderbilt In an earlier game this season ,
N.J., moved ahead of France's almost unusable Monday but an were called upon to supply the show fish for the Arcadia fair five firsts but trailed UCLA in I. Chicago Loyola 114 the Dreadnaughts handedthe (ame. .
favored Alain Calmat Into third freeze made It lightning It teem obvious we must have. the most and best fish for points 484-4:9. 10. DePaul 75 Dragons a 64-51 defeat at Rounding out Southern's startIng
place on the fourth of five com overnight fast. the Commission to feel they must be obtained here. the Lakeland Senior High school five at guards will be Bobby

Too the fishermen themselves have obtained some benefitat gym. The Dragons will probaly Bowman and John Wells

Kathleen, Santa Fe German Wins I least they now know there are freshly tagged fish In Lake Wildcats Drub > count on the same startingunit

DatesBoth Thomas Koehler of Germany, Parker and they may stand a chance of catching one worth of Corky Thorpe and Jack {
Have Open I a 21-year-old student won the' as much as $10,0001 Newkirk forwards; Paul Fernandez ,

Kathleen High School men's Individual tobogganing tl Another item is worth a mention-the complainants said, center; Dickie Juarez'

and Santa Fe High School cage tie by sweeping down the course "It just isn't right for them to be taking out those nice big fat Georgia 10383Like and Russell Romano, guards.

teams have open dates tonight.: four times in 3 minutes, 2677, bass-some weighed 4 or 6 pounds!" I

The Red Devils had an open seconds. So seeing is believing! Recently we've been accused of Planters, Hardee 1 '
Klaus Michael good Kentucky colonel scored against an Alabama d
date on their schedule but Santa' His teammate exaggerating the size of the bass being caught from Lake any Play Outside Tilts 'Ih
Bonsack a locksmith, registered Adolph Rupp had a coupleof
about whenTampa's
Te's holiday
Parker. Fishermen have told us they couldn't be that big this
3,27.04, with the best time kind words to say about the Plant ,
Catholic cancelled Its : soon. Now the fishermen themselves are saying there are big In some of the other major PLANT CITY City's
basketball The Hawks of all on his final I run of 52.42seconds. South. Planters will host Brandon at 8
program. Kansas State had to
bass in the lake I games go
have played Tampa Han. Plenk made it a "One of my greatest satisfactlons p.m, today In a nonconferencehigh ltI
to ,
were Catholic there. sweep In 3:30.15. I And finally, all this brings to mind the great change In the Is seeing the South once to overtime to beat Nebraska 73- school basketball game In

-- lake in recent years. We can readily remember when the complaints he laughing stock of the nationIn 68, Nick Werkman scored 41: a tuneup for its Friday night

, concerning Parker were: "No fish! Can't get out because basketball -now respect. points and led Seton Hall to a contest with Bartow and chanceto

Bowl Door of the hyacinths! Why can't we have. a good fishing lake ble) and with teams rated among 110-86 romp over Wagner Colorado clinch the Southwest Florida

Orange Opens here?" the top ten nationally." I upset Oklahoma State 63- Conference.The .

I Rupp made the observation 59 and gained a share of the Big Plant City-Brandon tilt Is TRY

Lakeland Netters Eight lead while Washington of one of two games scheduled tonight
1 Monday night after his Ken. KING
To All College Elevens : Defeat ManateeLakeland I Dinner Tickets I tucky Wildcats knocked off St. Louis put on a fantastic second Involving SFC teams Har-

I Still On Sale Georgia 103-83 and: 1, took over half shooting show, hitting dee High's Wildcat will be In EDWARD"
sole possession of the South 16 of 21 attempts from the floor, Fort Myers for another Inter-
Dreadnaught net- _Amtnct't l .tt
rg itlllng C'flaf
Duke agreed their relationship Tickets for the Lakeland lead 2 In a 7548 conquest of Drake conference struggle
MIAMI (AP) The Orange Wayne ten swept a pair of tennis eastern Conference ; provided
Bowl Committee will go had been pleasant and matches from Manatee High Dreadnaught Booster Club Rupp with his 700th coach.

into the open market for opponents said no hard. feelings resulted School last week at the Edge. football award dinner are still ng victory and 3, prompted him
for the annual New Year's from the decision. wood courts here. on sale at several Lakeland to do a bit of reflecting.

Day football game In an effortto Big Eight teams have won seven I The boys' team downed Manatee downtown locations. Southern basketball was. al

attract bigger national audience of 11 games during the con 6-1, while the girls triumphed Tickets are fl per plate anda Rupp observed In pretty sad High prices down. ?
tract, including last New Year's I 51. The boys' team limit of Sot has been act by shape when he took over the got you .

The committee announced Day victory by Nebraska overAuburn. was to have played Plant City Booster Club officials Ralph Kentucky reins as a 29yearoldcoach.

Monday it was ending its 11 here today. Both boys and girls (Shut) Jordan Auburn grid .
year-old contract which called Off the strength of a new television : play at Lake Wales on Friday coach will be the principal Both Kentucky and Vanderbilt

for the Big Eight Conference to contract for $300.000 annually The results: speaker protected those high ratings V
provide one team for the game over the next three years Tickets are on sale at Plott's Monday, Vandy with a 111-73 y F1b

Committee president Ben Ben and the possibility of reseating M*'. I** Tgfau Wt pis Jarman Shoe Store Peoples romp over Alabama but second

jamin said "it was the hope of ticket, the Orange Bowl hopes NN.I'j K IMI aM 6t.--. tS: ,tfaaraar ;.Inrot'10.:: Bank, Florida National Bank ranked Michigan had. its troubles 1
about { MM Ill i I ,
that to offer next year'ateams First Slate Bank and First Y
the Orange Bowl Committee ll Oaana Mayaa ILI Ml ,
sections of our country would $210,000 for their services. Only pan IMI, t..fl aaat( (Ml lw.twn, a.>. /-4. 1 II; Dili 1 4, National Bank.GREEN The Wolverines, the only other L
become eligible for our the Rose Bowl payoff It I greater Daualaw LI>aaaKin IL JLl 1 ranked team In action, was elfr
thereby .
Laanar* IK) *l uMan-C4>
bowl. Television right were bought:ILI tALh.N. an4 NaaaM M.kta.HI HORNETS edged out by Ohio State 86-85. It .. ttT 4 '[_
<">, ? a, S
the National BroadcastingCo. J1LtSlnalaat Michigan's first loss In the
The committee and the Big by was
which said it did not care An* a arm.* Ten only
Eight's executive director aarat Hana whether the Orange Bowl kept a (Ml aaai ANY Daaaatt (Lt a li Junior High and Au- eat in 17 starts for the Wolves"ines your
  • ry Mr.llMlT
    'conference tie-up or not. ?: Sal Llnaa VanaarKaaVI. (a) burndale Junior High will tanglein car bills hollow legs? price tags?
    INCOME TAX \,.t ; ,
    fcb >.una ) t ? a It
    I I The 29-year-old Orange Bowl .d.l.*.*r. (U: kaat H./ft. B."-),.''', a pair of games tonight at Ohio State trailed by nine Moot cars cost too much to Why throw away money Rambler extra* at no ex.buytoleeepButfambler .
    Gt *..., t.. cut Milyf with the IMI. .a.puNw times !In the first
    .continued its contract ._..1.41_ ILl awl the Lakeland Junior High School points three
    to feed include
    tra coe-t
    A Big Value Service Big Eight after dropping the Atlantic =.'Ill IMI 1..1 1.4 NNI, .v.N- WrMl NN' gym It will be one of two half but rallied for an 81-73 lead a gas-guszler? : Deep-Dip
    R. JENNINGS Coast Conference in 1959.! 1r 1.1, 5.5. home night games for the Green with three minutes to go. The savings start with Ameri Ramblers give you world- ruHtprooflng, Ceramic-Ar.

    1a ... /I....,.. .MV... 55$71in The game will be played at night I lornets. Wolverines closed to within one ('a'a lowest prices.* No famed gnu economy with. mored muffler, Double-

    Meow V..MU,. .1.1.4 "... Yss '_1.. next year for the. first: time: : _I:2 Drivers i CaptureLR The eighth grade team will before time ran out strain on your budget! outlOcrifidnperCormanc'e. Safety Brakes, many more

    -- play at I:30 p.m. with the ninth The Buckeyes' Gary Bradds

    Race Features I grade; playing Immediately afterwards sparked their upset effort with 'C.i_ SM.d r. manu/acrlurar.' 0.,01<4 red frnt far lout pr.. MId i.

    f WINTER HAVEN Buzzle 42 points
    Ijp. teutlmann of Jl. The Green Hornet ninth grade In Athens, Ga. site of Rupp's
    Zephyrl and
    p.I p. Don Brothers of Sarasota wheeled lineup: Tom Jackson, center; first loss as a Kentucky coach Get a lift-get a Rambler American
    their automobiles to first Kyle Shipley and James Meeks, Feb. U, 1931 Cotton Nash and
    place finishes in the feature forwards Duane Dill and Jim Ted Deeken led the charge for
    Cupboardbare Lonsfoote guards. Charles Anderson No. 700. Nuh tossed In 33 points
    events Sunday at the Lake Region -
    Speedway. I* coach and their record and Deeken added 29 as the
    moved to a 16-2 overall -
    132.The. Wildcat
    Reutlmann took the 15-lap late
    ? model feature while Brothers eighth grade team lineup: record.

    came In first in the 12-lap early John Edwards, center; Bob Vanderbilt, upset by Auburn
    Henslee weekend, bounced back
    model eventThe Westbrook and Jerry over the
    forwards: Billy Stigall and against Alabama. The Commodore -
    ? crowd of 500 saw Bill
    .of CASH Clants of Kisslmmee Duane Canady guards. Coach had eight players scoring
    escape II Bud Mullen and their record In double figures, led by Clyde
    serious in
    Injury a spectacular
    Is 32. Lee with 13. The Ill-point total
    crash Coming out of the fourth ever
    represented the most points
    turn on the quarter of a mile

    asphalt track Hants' car collided Ethel, Ed Barr Cop
    Now's the time to restock for the with the one driven by I Softball Meeting

    new year When you NEED CASH. Gene Thorpe of Sarasota Clanti() : Shuffle TournamentEthel Slated TonightThere
    was thrown out the door
    for reason you'll like our opposite and Ed Barr defeated
    any the driver' side hit the will be an organizational ItaI
    fast friendly confidential service and rolled three Imogene Neal and Joe Rowley: of of :
    asphalt, over timesand win the! meeting managers
    47-3U. Saturday night to II i
    you'll like the easy monthly paymentsyou wound up over the short Ladies Choice shuffleboard: all softball teams planning
    retaining wall outside the fencein on enuring the Lakeland I
    budget ,
    can' choose to your tournament.The I
    front of the grandatand. Parka and Recreation Depart
    Stop in to see us. Let's talk it over Clants was not seriously In winners eliminated Ima ment summer softball program tat in OMflint MW dimklat AmsricaniMintfor'M
    and Ken Ball, 182, in an earlier
    jured. His right arm was cut tonight at 7:30 at the
    match while the losers advancedto ntw room-plinty for Hi iduKi.
    HOW MUCH CAN YOU USE and bruised. Teen Midway.All .
    the finds by getting pert
    Results of Sunday's races: teams or any Individual
    rot COMMERCIAL and Bob 42.38.
    1I111tJ1" rsreSflt Freda Fortney
    teal P.= Haat asIse' MaaalO-Ia planning on competing In the
    .let 24Ma Ml2M1lh 0*_>. T"" ....atackhaua.., ..,.....', a.Awls pre Drath I program should have representatives

    -::-:- 1---:: ii 1 CREDIT "."J."n'.......'.'..,. 1.-1...._ tala _.|.>_ Auto Five Wins at tonight's meeting. FREEI'04 CAR X-RAY BOOK Nolln Compact-Car Sales

    20.14 I....KM..........mild, laafcrrhillai Nwi S. w.a.......a CMaurn. AUBURNDALE-Dick's Auto This also Includes church Bde-bydde photographic comparlaona -
    200 .artaw.THIM Sales of Lakeland' City Basketball plans call for ex- rm of all popular can
    ,..., teams as I -can
    aoo 17.79 21.88 80.21 ..M'....'_(S ..,...!..sob, M.a .-.1-., RAMBLER
    INC. pre a MMd League copped Its sixth panslon of the slowpltcb recreational save you hundred.of dollars At
    LOANS .
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    in with your
    win a row a league
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    liak Phil here Saturday nightat
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    Courageous Courreges Of f Paris r5- Not Talking Enough Bad;

    Talking Too Much Worse

    Shows Skirts Above The KneesBy By JOSEPHINE-LOWMAN beautiful hues of a rainbow.

    Then there Is the hit and run

    LOUISE HICKMAN Ity that everyone may be wear- were very straight often with j,. Talking It our main modeof talker. He never hears a word

    Associated Press Fashion Writer ing pant everywhere any day, matchbox seaming. Insistenceon self-expression and one of others say but sits on the edgeof
    PARIS III Wear skirts the Courreges look was still boots relaxed sometimes our chief occupations. Men his chair waiting dash in with an opportunity his

    above the knee, or wear pants very far out. It was the massive with these, permitting little and women have tried to draw to
    That was the word from Cour- hat and coats white or patent skimmer bit
    :1klt.Of closer together and understand Anyway, it is a Jot of fun,
    rtgei today In an almost allwhite that pumps.
    collection. Raglan or dropped shoulder Courtages used white gabar- ri o- ,+ f7Y one another and let's keep trying to get to-
    And that's not all. Short were very wide and square, dine, whipcord, tweed, ribbed better through gather via the spoken

    skirts or long pants are to be though not rigid. Big coats, wools piques duck, sailclothand K rK'I the spoken Tomorrow "Now You May Fit
    worn with high white boots, bigger still In back, had not starchy cotton laces He word. Alter Some Clothes To
    with squared-off coats of tremendous the slightest suggestion of fit. spiked white with acid green However, It' New Figure"BOOkk4

    bulk with gigantic Sleeves were straight or shirty, ortobacco. There was some t doesn't always available through
    lampshade hats that look as and .cuffed. They came in showing of pink and navy blue. work that way. Josephine Lowman'e WHY ( t
    if they were carved out of short, elbow and three-quarter Gres also opened In Paris Chance remarks GROW OLD? column Include:

    solid blocks of straw or leather. lengths. There were double- today She uses her famous have "Eight-Week Self-Improve '

    Very Far Out breasted or fly-front closings, bias cuts, godets, and draping started lifelong assent Marathon "Nine Day ,

    MISS LAWANNA WALKER "He's gone too far''" gaspedone welt or patch pocket Pointed, In very conservative ways, feuds, while Reducing Diet." "Trick and

    home economist for National fashion pro. An exCourreges rolled collars were filled In dressing Immediate.and universal ;v ; : other remarks 11 Treat Diet" "Tubby HubbyDiet"

    Cotton Council, will tell textile assistant explained that with looped ascot ribbons. wearabllity. have begun or MJ. LoWm.e end "Your Bust. Send
    and clothing students at he has always had a rene- Short And Straight Her chiffon at.home costumes cemented a a self-addreeaed, stamped] envelope
    Florida Southern College about gade's temperament about Bulk was not always just In are delightful. A sleeveless lifelong friendship. Today his and II cents for each

    new spring and summer cottons fashion and suggests that he the cut. Some costumes peeledoff jacket veils a tiny bra top, tory Is being made at the con- booklet to Josephine Lowmaa

    and cotton research when may Just be ahead of his time. two layer before gettingto float out to great peignoir 1F ference tables. In care ef The Ledger Nearly

    she visits the campus Monday "Besides," he added, "He' the last. Coat, jacket, and proportions In back over a The recognition of the Im- 1M free leaflets are offered
    She will illustrate her always shown skirts short long overblouse went over the slim long skirt. And a waist- PrA of conversation Is too. Watch this column for
    talk with fabric samples! both and then sold them longer. pants, which were slit in frontto length dotted cape veils another portance title of leaflet which may be
    for apparel and home decorating Even imagining skirts longer fit over the boots. bra-top, with huge, Hoary not new. Actually we wonder help to you.REV. .
    and admitting the possibil- The ahort-skirted dresses skirt this time.Pilot if those who went before us off_
    ---- -
    -- i M1 were not more aware of Its

    Gospel Film Xi SigmasTo Woman's Club, Club 21,rrCr i thousand Impact than years we ago are schoolboys Four I I

    To Be Shown OES Chapter were studying rules about 3l !
    Meet At BusinessMeet
    conversation from the book, r

    Dr Myron F, Boyd will Slate MeetingsLAKE 'The Instructions of Ptah-

    show a 20 minute documentary Guess HomeXI Slafed Hotep. ,atc ,
    WALES Member In Ancient Greece the art of
    picture, "Beyond the of the Lake Wale Woman' conversation was epitomizedby c; ,
    Wallls," tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Sigma chapter of Beta Club will entertain their husbands The monthly business meetIng Socrates. The seventeenth- we

    Lakeland Free Methodist Sigma Phi sorority will meet at a covered dish supper of the Pilot Club of Lakeland century coffee houses of Lon

    Church 315 Granada St tonight at 8 o'clock at the Thursday at 8:30: p.m. at will be held Thursday at NIGHTGOWN LOOK FOR EVENING-Thls strapless white don, and, the eighteenthcentury
    home of Mrs. J. Fred Guess, the clubhouse 8:30: p.m. at the Cadet Restau silk linen gown with long-sleeved organza tunic blouse may salons of Paris were famous
    The film was prepared by 2264 Olney Road. rant. The executive board look like a nightgown but it's intended for stepping out. This
    Keith senior Girl
    Kathy a for their fine talk.
    the Light and Life Hour broad Mrs. Joe Skillman, ways Scout from Winter Haven will meeting will convene at 6. evening gown, by Eric Lund, was part of his spring collection
    cast and shows scenes photographed and means chairman, will visited The nominating committee, shown to fashion writer in New York. (AP WirephotoNew What Type Are You?
    speak. Kathy Pakistanlast
    by Dr. Boyd of the present a work sheet for the fall on the Juliette Low which will prepare a slate of York) Today and probably all rrei

    needs In Spain, France and rummage sale. Reservationsfor World Fellowship program. new officers for 1964-65, will through the past, there have 1
    R u a I a. The work done the valentine dance will be elected. Election of offi
    She also will show slides. been well known conversation
    through gosepl radio and be taken by Mrs. Russell The supper and program are cell will be at the March 1I type. which we are lucky to
    missionaries I le explained
    evangelical vNEED Dias, social chairman being arranged by the Educa- meeting. avoid and unlucky to become.

    The program "India and tion committee, with Mrs. R. Included on the agenda will There Is a lot of difference between -

    Southwestern Asia" taken E. Maughan, chairman and be the finalizing of plans for a conversationist and a JAMES HUDSON
    ciood from the program book "The Mrs. Ruffle Hooten, cochairman the area school of instructionto I talker. I am sure that you
    34otaaeloesping'TIME Grand Tour." will be given be held at the Girls Clubin have all had the unhappy experience -

    by Mr*. Guess. OES Tampa 27th Avenue and of listening to the one MissionaryToGuatemala

    LAKE WALES Chapter I6th Street. The school la who grabs the ball and con

    PLEATS ARE BACK 107, Order of the Eastern Star, sponsored by the Pilot Club of LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday Feb. 4, 1M4 tinues on until all real conversation -
    meets Saturday to install of- Ybor City, who has for Its dies. I call this type
    MORE Pleated skirts have made a
    ficers at the Masonic Hall at8pm. project the Girls Club. the monologiit.
    BE comeback this year. You'll find Spring ConventionMrs. Miss Amelia RiddleTo Will
    p Then there I II the person who SpeakThe
    them In wool and crepe for day-
    SAID ? Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Guklch Roy S. Bell president, puts on the act Everything
    time wear and in soft wool Jersey -
    for evening. will be installed as worthy will outline plans for the Be Dinner HonoreeMiss I II dramatized and exaggerated Rev. James Hudson, 1 .
    patron and worthy matron. spring convention of Pilot International but this type person can missionary to Guatemala, will

    to be held in Fort be quite entertaining and speak at First N a I a r en. \
    Lauderdale. April 24.28.Mr Amelia Riddle, who and Mrs Glenn W. Hosegood.
    whimsical. The danger Is that Church tomorrow at 7:30: p.m.,
    REBUILD YJt MATTRESS Miss Mundy, *. Dan Bishop chairman will be married to William The dining table appointments he or she may tell the same the Rev. J, Lester Seel, pastor
    of dental health program for Arthur Mixon on Friday, will will be of cut glass. story over and over again, has announced
    Mr. Mixon underprivileged children, will be honored with a dinner Silver candelabra holding blue and even though It I II well The speaker will show slides

    '", WI CAN REMAKE YOUR OLD MATTRESS report on the referrals that party and shower at the Lake- tapers and flower arragements acted if you hear It too oftenIt and describe the country and
    N. "'.'. TO BI AS GOOD AS NEW Tell PlansMr. are being processed. This work land Yacht Club tonight at of camellia and roses will palls. Here we have the its people I

    ... AT A FRACTION Of THI ORIGINAL 1 I. carried on throughout the 7:30: o'clock by Mr. Hugh L. also grace the tables. dramatist The Rev. Mr and Mrs. Hud-

    N# + PRICI.We and Mrs. K F. Mundyof year, but number of referrals Cash. Mrs. Sidney L. Howell The honoree will be prelented Medical son are teachers and missionaries j
    0 I
    I Plymouth Lane have announced during the school months are a gift of silver by the Report In Guatemala
    S.II F 0.... Rubber. loodln. by who having
    that their Next the woman
    daughter, greater hostesses. comes
    Fonchen been assigned there In 19S2.
    FIRESTONE end WYNN REST led- Lord
    dint ", .01. .In .ur ewe factory.B. JoAnn, will become the brideof Project Aid The guest list Includes Mrs regales you with the personal They are home on their second
    Gene A. Mixon Friday at Mr*. T. M. Johns, first vice- Marlon Riddle, bride-elect' details of her life and illnesses and
    furlough, are engaged ,
    '. & f.B.M.-EASY TERMS 8 pm. at St. Paul Lutheran president and coordinating Painting Wins mother, Mr. R. L. Mixon and those of her family. You in deputation work, among U.S.
    Church.No chairman will call for reports prospective I bridegroom'smother didn't know she had any chil- Nazarene churches.

    WYNN MATTRESS formal Invitations will be from committee chairmen, at Merit Award Mrs. Roscoe Richter, dren until she told you that The missionary helped to
    mailed. All friends and relatives which time Miss Lillian Moutt Mrs. T. W. Peters, Mn John thousands of dollars were establish the Rabinal-Achl Indian
    1427 New Auburndole Hwy. MU 3-4932 of the couple are invitedto will report on the recent rum- M. Peterson, Mrs. Melvin spent on straightening the Bible School in San Miguel -

    attend. mage sales that aided the club TAMPA-Five Florida artists Prine, Mrs. A. M. Trask, Mrs.L. teeth of her "youngest," and Chicaj, and has been stationed -
    -. In expanding its dental proj- have been awarded $r>00 David Clark, Mrs. Gayle that her second child was bay there since 1960
    e---D-CIDD-ID-C10D-171][][]- --tIQl1-L]OCIOEl ect.Dr. Awards of Merit at the Florida Motley Mrs. lone Adklns, ing trouble with asthma. You as director and teacher., serving

    Juliana Jordan, chairman State Fair by a jury of Mrs. Lloyd High. hope that there is not a third The Rev Mr. Hudson served

    E of Education, International three. The quintet Includes Mrs. M D. Cleghorn Mrs. child but there Is, and he is as a pastor In the Florida Dis-

    ElH Relations and Patriotic Emblems Kenneth A. Kerslake, Gainesville E. E. Holloway, Mrs. Jesse having trouble getting Into college trict before becoming a mis

    m for dishes. far duds Elp will announce plans for intaglio, "The Shape of Cannon, Mrs. Floyd Selph, The teachers never un- sionary.TowlesJohnson.
    . the February 29 program Anxiety;" Fonchen Lord, Miss Oneda Wallace Mrs derstood him. As a last exciting ;

    a meeting. Lakeland, oil "Patent Leather Blanche Little Mrs V. E, shot she tells you that her :

    p Mrs Katherine Taylor, who Fantasy;" William Pachner, Bowden, Mrs. George Riddle, husband's gall stones had the

    m heat water E1EETRIEAllYI! Is compiling the press book, Clearwater Beach oil, "Wood- Mrs. H. L. Brooks, Mrs. W.
    p requests anyone having clippings stock #4;" Syd Solomon B. Hendrix, Mrs. Nell Bar- Wedding Slated

    a p from outof-lown paper Sarasota, oil tempera, "Wild- geron, Mrs. T. O. McArthur, Lakeland,
    a p pertaining to members of the wake;" and Vernon Voetz, Miss Linda Cottmgham, Mrs. Valentine's Day

    a III S p Lakeland Club to bring themto Sarasota, steel sculpture, Robert E. Lee Mrs. Ward L. Polk
    a the Thursday meeting The "Owl. Barnes Mrs. Julian Humph- County Miss Lena Kaye Towles will

    m press book must be completedto Jurors were Cecil Vincent reys, Mrs. J. K. McDamel become the bride of William

    a 0 p present for judging at the Donovan, museum director. and Mrs. Merle R. Stanyard. Date Book Edward Johnson 2422 Moss-
    m Convention in wood. Friday, Feb. 14. at 7:30
    0 p o District Four University of Illinois Urbana;
    p April. John Gordon, museum cura- TODAYLAR.LAND p.m. at Methodist Temple. The

    E p Reservations are to be made tor, Whitney Museum of Religious GroupsMeeting pm. N La.'ond' a51DOI Wom.n CLU'. Club' T3/ Rev Raymond Gregory will
    a with Miss Alax Bradley, MU American Art, Brooklyn, N. LAS S LAN YOA5TMATRAC'CLU perform the ceremony, assisted
    p { 7 p e SMtreh.t'S R.u by the Rev John Hunt,
    26859. Y.; Harris King Prior, director Calendar rill'. Mr Sea In..r..d mU tom.LARILANO .
    0El p Rochester Museum Art .XCH.NGI CL,.. pastor
    o e :II') pm it tilt Odrt Hf.l.urtPU.LICAN '.
    : The bride-elect Is the
    p Gallery, Rochester N.Y. SXeCUTIVI CMITTII 8'_ daughter -
    a p Catholic WomenTo Honorable mention was giv.en TODAYAPOstOLiC BULB SCHOOL. 1721a. 5 m Pint OF Prdrril POLK'. Ornvr COUNTY.Psrk 70 of Mr and Mrs. George
    :. Memorial Blvd. nltnl cluwi olCOMMUNITV PIX CLU. Of ,IMPIRIAL, ASIA Duvall 926 W. Ruby St. Mr.
    E I e p Marjorie Armston, Clear- I 1 30 p m.. PMC Corp Condr' m "
    Meet Hear oil "Old Bridge Er- slats CLAM 7 30pm. li U b. turnxl In Mn W. C. :.:e.And : Johnson's parents are Mr. and
    E p ; .l homo of Mr. HolIK Mllln Mr.. M.rlo. KoMrU see path
    nest L. Cox, Tampa steel, '2& R Jahn""n 51"1LAxLMNe Mrs. Clifford Johnson of Sanford -
    E ,- : : p Mrs. PastoreMrs. "Pool Sculpture;" Wallace F. Int.iatur5' Clrk %WRTISMI:":: T.CArleroom.Op CIUe eOm .
    E x: LA: N.'" : All friends and relatives of
    p Green, Tampa cast stone and Yes ..aT.sMTA. 1 ".ID. CiMmonls
    a I p June Pastore will bronze, "Bull" Daisy Koemg. APOSTOLIC WIDNISDAY ei.Lt SCHOOL 1321 1'.1. the couple are invited to attend -
    E speak to members of the Tampa, oil, "Landscape;" .. Mrmorim Blvd mint .!...M .t WIBNCtDAVal the wedding and the reception -
    p Catholic Woman's Club at the William C. Robertson Jr, a FM.I.Tiaei! uiiNiit mess LA"ILAND ..II'N. CLU.. m..14o which will follow in the
    E p eoMMITTK' noon .l Cud RwMu"rintr the Klki Cluh .a U 1\ m.LAKILANS .
    business meeting tomorrowat Tampa cast stone, "Female;" ART CL U5. all ..tnl_ church fellowship hall.
    El p 8 at St. Joseph's par Rubadoux, Sarasota oil CN.1TANdrlA4k*. 10 m. Mn M.,
    p.m. Craig firs bniird 1.1d t) m idea I Intlruclor oil ptlntlne' vlCornell. iii
    E ish hall. She is affiliated with "Head Dead." CHKItT LUTHIHAN. IWT SMut Mle. MrniM at lo m.1 Phi Mu Alumnae
    p .
    on .
    paper Troop 188 mr.u >t T10 p m. atXorlhwrM till lif* and portrait COM oil' eomuIni
    a local radio station More than 800 entries were riomrntirT SchoolPIKT i from 7 to ,10 p m Initrurior laChorln
    p P""."T.R'.N. putor'llbl Holdrr portrait In.irurllonvUH Slated
    EE Mrs Warren W. Baker will Judged by the panel. About Bible iwdit cl.... 7 JO p m choptl": Murro .borouth. 7 ]lye JOMoll Meeting
    ;r. p Castors ond dl mntlM S ot dmlnuualioa kulldlni.
    YG.., >n>
    conduct the meeting callingfor 100 In addition to the prize pm. In mpMUio roomi. AirportpeLLawt Phi Mu Alumnae will meet
    .DlpINOINT 0"0. or ODD
    EE p reports from committee winners will be displayed in TNusaDaywssMINSne PRIt.YTlRIAN, e .t.I DAY Hall M tomorrow at 7:30: p.m. at First
    p chairmen. Mrs Clyde Olson, the exhibition at the Fair. ,color huh Cod youna odulti ran* lan;I.'. undid.CNACr.."/IaryRN00... Federal Savings and Loan
    for the annual selected to hang munlrint rltu I Rt8Utr M cilllnt noon at homo of Mra. ou coffco
    general chairman Among those ,
    Ela A quick-recovery ELECTRIC water heater keeps water hot for every fashion show and card were another of Mrs. Lord's hutch 1 0 m .Dd olflr.noon.MU'-l 1-31M.p, m..IIIDA. NIRNO 401 tLNOp Mlnnthaho..Trill....... LOOOC. s community room. Grove Park
    Install ....,'."'IAM, fwi .5 CollBU-f 1>M aoboo. '}3 C. Mrs. R. F. Chatham will be
    thing from washing clothes to washing dishes And you can tip party Thursday at 8 p.m. at paintings, entitled "Myth. rommunlnn'w..TNINsTaR.1.."P 'asst OOOPI.. 1wLAKILANe CMAPTSM, DAUOM.I hostess.
    will give a works by Beth Ford of CII cmirti olll .. MU 3-31SS, kr-
    all the Civic Center Two |
    a your electric water heater anywhere In your homo to provide also lasers Sim. Cad noon. 1-1 p rto 10 p m.. Tu.....' Miule Club koarVA Plans for the Panhelienlc
    final lakeland were among .. .
    '"*' ....Un.. 1 u. bridge party will be discussed.
    the hot water you need, when you need It See your dealer about an Hostesses for the meeting those selected for exhibition tATURDAVWCSTMIN.TIR PR..aVTIHIMMn v.T..... Or WORLD walt I. All Phi Mu alumnae are Invited

    D electric water heater-to help you live better, electricallyl p are Mrs. M. L. Chapman, Mrs. throughout the fair. Council dlnnrr In ol Wmmlnilcr ofl.l boll ConMctr ..offrvolurtrr .." IMP.OMAI.. ra .nd POLK 5uY15 COUNTYc.a. to attend and are to
    Helen Garcia and Mrs. James ..n. L.r lirk't* MU 2! &l flub dlnn.r ot U 30 p'mC *i
    El a ..'TN BOO l '''T..DINOM''A.TIO" Bulldlni. Civic bring white elephant articles
    McCall.Radford.'Capps. Linda Nail ." CHIII.TI. 1.30 t s.. Not M.Sn.u _,3,. will tattoo Ci3wr for
    the ,
    a HI edrrM (lro.. 10.'. In..n.Uon bridge party

    Ela TIME FOR A CHANGE ElP Bride-Elect,

    a $30.00 Installation Allowance During February When You Chang I] Plans To Be Feted

    p from a Flame Type to Electric. 0 Wedding Evangelistic Meeting

    Miss Linda Nail of Plant
    0 $10.00 Installation Allowance During February If You Replace P Are AnnouncedLAKE City, bride-elect! of Eddie

    p Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model. P Murphy, will be honored at a
    WALES Miss Nan r 1
    p P miscellaneous shower tonightat NIGHTLY
    P That's right' Your Dept of Electric & Water Utilities will pay you $30.00 installed P cy Patricia Radford daughterof 8 o'clock by Mrs. M. D. *,

    p ton, allowance during February if you replace your old ftom.-type water heater with P the Rev and Mrs. H. Morgan Cleghorn at her home, 201 W.
    a new 230-volt Automatic Electric Water Heater. Or you can replace your old electric Radford will become the Maxwell Drive.

    p heater with, a new 230-Volt Automatic Electric Water Heater and receive e P bride of Robert VanBuren The party rooms will be ? THIS WEEK
    of Mr and Mrs.
    Capps son
    p $10.00 Installation allowance P decorated with red and white,
    H. B. Capps Friday, Feb. 14.
    p bride-elect's chosen colors.
    See your Electric Appliance Dealer, select the size you need He will, tend a talei The ceremony will be per- the
    with Through
    p P She will be presented a
    certificate to us and our Customer Service Engineer will check the Initollotion Then formed by the brid- lect'l of white sweetheart

    p you will receive your Installation allowance check by mall. Thar'l all there Is to It. P father at First Baptist Church.A corsage Her mother, Mrs. Wood-

    p Moke the change to o New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER In February! P reception will follow In the roses.row W. Nail of Plant City, FRIDAY
    church social halt
    p P and the prospective bridegroom's -
    All friends and relatives of
    P mother Mr. E. M.
    p DEPARTMENT OF the couple are Invited to attend -
    will receive red and
    n P the wedding and the reception Murphy, 7:30 P.M.

    a Electric & Water Utilities P white Games carnation will be corsages.played and

    p CITY OF P prizes awarded.Mrs. .
    p EElEtrRlclrr FLATTER COLOR Cleghorn will be assisted Robert Jackson, Evangelist

    p El What could be prettier for by Mrs T. J. Cleghorn.
    holiday wear than a basket- Mrs. Uoy4 High. Mrs. T. P. Lake Wire Church of Christ

    j : weave wool In emerald green? Fields and Mrs. B. C. Peddy.
    ..qb srbull'iJrfjelt rI rlllvJnlJ : It's a color that' flattering to Approximately 50 guests are Loke Wire Drive ot Oak Street

    I many women. expected to attend.



    Southern Stetson Vie Here Tonight I

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    McDermott Wins Snap

    Fish TakingDraws j

    1st Gold Medal I 4-Game Loss StringFlorida

    Complaint Southern will be seeking to snap a four-same losing

    For U.S. TeamBy streak; raise their average above ,500; and cop a key Florida

    By FRED W. JONES ntercollegtate'Conference basketball game tonight 'when they

    I Flshing-tlunting Editor hot Stetson University at the Lakeland Senior High gym.
    pulsory figures In the men's fig In a preliminary game at 5:43: p.m. Manatee Junior College
    t Associated Press Sports Editor tin skating competition. There was a sort of minor uproar in Lakeland yesterday
    will play the FSC Junior vanity The vanity game 1 7:45: p.m,
    INNSBRUCK, Austria (AP) Monty Hoyt, 19, of Denver 'when a crew of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Tutlda. Feb 4,1914 7 Both Stetson and FSC dropped

    , Terry McDermott a barber also Improved his position, taking fish from Lake Parker told bystanders the fish 'were game to University of Miami'hauled down 24 rebounds againstthe I

    from Essexvllle, Mich., crackedthe climbing to sixth. Manfred going to the exhibit at the Tampa Fair, last week The Hatters are 2.1 tall 'Canes. n

    Soviet Union's long-time Schnelldorfer of Germany leads It Is likely some people would get upset over even a few In FIC play while the Moci are Bill Hester, M, 200-pound
    speed skating 'monopoly and with 7901 points followed by fish being taken from the lake for a fair, because they would 22. Miami leads at 6-0. junior forward from Edgewator -
    won the first gold medal for the Ksrol Divln of Czechoslovakia believe they could have caught those came fish the very next 3rd If the Moci are to emerge will also bear 'watching
    United States with a 500-meter with 778.8. Allen is close at 778.0, day IF they hadn't been carted off. Kentucky victorious in tonight's crucial Heater averaged 14.4 points
    victory today in the ninth Win- Hoyt has 712.1 points. FIC must big Bill last season. Joining :
    But It seems the minor uproar In this case was mostly tilt, they stop per game
    ter Olympic Games. Free skating In which both caused by the fact Commission crews had been observed several Plckens, 6-10 338-pound sophomore Hester at forward will be M I.
    The 21-year-old: former Michigan Allen and Hoyt excel,'climaxesthe center from Rochester, aenlor Bobby Paschal from '
    Tech student, 'who clips competition Thursday In Poll N.Y. Plckens, who looks more Enterprise' Ala. At guards I''

    hair and shaves customers in The Russians, 'with two med. Mr, wasra...m.Mw asy/,i1'.r; ;: ".1r,,:t.t ass a 1.e.em..,NIe 1111, N.::.Tdr MM: ..N/tan: Cage like a football player than a 'will be Jim Jarrett, Moot sea
    his dad's barber shop, trimmed'ala In the biathlon and two slivers Mal NNN r NM., Me. hoopster swished the nets for ior from Orlando and Hoot
    one-tenth of a second off the I' in the 900-meter speed J H points _against Miami and Tom Bernard, junior from
    recently taking fish, putting them In tanks and
    Olympic record by Bashing the skating tie. boosted their totalto By JACK HAND Kentucky advanced a peg to Wadsworth, Ohio.
    J46.8 yards In 40.1 seconds. I 19 more" than twice that of hauling them away And several time. was Just too much! Associated Press Sports Writer 'third at 11-2 on a victory over "Stetson will be one of the

    The record had been set at second place Germany with I. After receiving some complaints we called the Commissionand Unbeaten UCLA only major.Florida and Wichita whipped Lakeland Goes biggest teams we have faced allseason
    Cortina Italy In 1956 by the Soviet Just when H seemed as if the asked Manager I, O. Brown what the story wu. And here college basketball team with aperfect both Cincinnati and Marquette ," said Coach Tom

    Union's Eugeny Grishnin, United States would be shut out Is what we were told: record, remained In the,for a 16-3 record and moved up Greene today. "They are not
    who finished In a triple tie for of any first places in the Games "The crew today Is getting fish for the Tampa Fair No. 1 position today In the weekly from seventh to fourth. Fifth. To JeffersonJEFFERSON exceptionally tall, but they're
    second 'with another Russian, McDermott uncorked a superbrace Those fish will be returned to the lake after the show Is over Associated Press poll. 'place Davidson bounced back rugged. Their lightest starter,

    r Vladimir Orlov, and Alv GJest- to overtake the three lead Other fish have been taken from other lakes also for the The UCLA Bruins drew 43 first from Its tint defeat and Clob Jim Jarrett, weighs 180
    vans of Norway all clocked in ers. fair and for other fairs We try to divide it up. place votes among the 49 cast bered VMI 129-81. GYM. TAMPA pounds."

    1 401. I Just Missed "Some time ago we also took some fish from Lake Parkerfor by> the panel of the nation's VUlanova held tight to sixth by Lakeland's Dresdnaughts will The Mocs will go along with

    First Since 1152 the Arcadia Fair But in between those two times, sports writers and sportscasters downing American University be facing a vastly-improved the same five that played sucha :
    Eddie Rudolph of Northbrook fish were taken from Parker for tagging for the Schlitz fishing The six other writers ranked and Detroit Duke moved up to Jefferson Dragon five tonight tremendous game againstthe
    McDermott outsped 43 skaters IU., knowing he had to do 40.6 contest. them second. seventh on victories over South here In a Western Conference University of Miami Tim

    from 19 countries in plying the or better to stand any chanceof "Some of the fish taken for tagging were put Into tanks Leaders Slump Carolina and Navy. Vanderbilt cage game at 8 o'clock. EUnaugle, Southern's hook

    United States Its first speed a medal only Just missed and hauled away-to the other end of the lake since It was Defeat of Davidson Vander- in eighth place, was punued The Dreadnaughts will be shot artist and fierce rebounder -

    skating medal since 1952. when It. He was clocked In 409. easier to tag them there and move them than to move the bill and DePaul shook up the closely by Chicago Loyola, after their fifth straight win) will be at one forward position -
    Ken Henry won the 500. Tom Gray of Bloomington, and Top Ten but nobody was which won three games during 12th In II games and seventh The Sarasota senior
    rig catch more at the other end of the lake. So all the
    The medal was the third for the other American entrant, did taken knocked; out. Davidson dropped the week over Dayton, Western In 11 games. has upped his scoring average
    the United States, with a silver 41.5. recently were not actually removed from the lake from third to fifth after losing Michigan and Iowa. Coach John (Sonny) Powell te 24.1 points per game and Is

    and a bronze won previously by The Germans finished 1-2-3 In III flnt game to West Virginia All records were based ongames hat moved sophomore center clearing an average of 17.8
    Jean Saubert of Lake- So, that's the story from the Commission And whether rebounds contest. At the
    Vanderbilt Saturday,
    spunky the men's tobogganing-known 7573. tumbled from played through Robert Valentine up to the varsity per
    In the ladles' giant anyone agrees that fish should be taken from Lake Parker for other forward 'will be
    view Ore., as luge In Europe-and 1.2 In fifth to eighth after bowing to Feb. 1. I and Hank Bolding will be position
    slalom and slalom on the skiing the women's 'with .the bronze the Tampa Fair or not, here are some thoughts the whole affair Auburn 8143. DePaul slippedone The Top Ten with first place eligible for tonight's game with Dave Shlnkman. The Carbon-

    elopes of LUum Valley. medal going to Austria brought up. rung to 10th after losing to votes In parentheses and points the Dragons. Paul Jackson dale, Pa. senior did an excellent

    Earlier a skiing marksman, The luge ts a small sled little Louisville 8371.Michigan on a 10-B-S-74-5-4-3-2-1 basis: center; Joe Shelnut and Dan job of defenslng Miami's
    from the Soviet Union. Vladimir, more than a wooden plank and Top Lake For Fishing remained In second 1. UCLA ((43) 484 Sherman, forwards; Bob Oen high scoring ace Rick Barry.
    Melanin, won the tough biathlon its record 2. Michigan (5) 429 Deal guards, Shlnkraan until he had to
    two Iron runners, on which European First, the business people-and the Chamber of Commerceif place by boosting to brink and Kenny ,
    test and Germans dominated children slide down snow 5-1 with a 95-79 romp over 3. Kentucky 372 will be the Lakeland starters leave the game because he
    and women's Individual not the fishermen can take some satisfaction from the 265 In danger ef fouling out,
    both the men's Michigan State. UCLA, however 4. Wichita Other reserves 'who may see was
    In tobogganing banks. fact it Is our local lakes which supply the fish for such showsas held to 17 points
    2M Barry
    events luge track for rolled over the Santa Barbara 5. Davidson (1) action Include Jim Cox, Mike
    a new Olympic event. men The measures Olympic 1,100 yards with the Tampa. Fair-the largest In the Southeast, we under branch of the University of California 8. Villanova 242 Burdette, Rick Pelck and Rusty At center will be Tom Dawson -

    Scotty Allen the 15-year- IS bends An un- stand. In two games to make It' 1. Duke 199 Tomlinson.In I senior from Indianapolis,
    r U.S. champion from Smoke RiseN.J. seasonal tricky,thaw hairpin made the track And they can also point with pride these local lakes also 17-0 for the year. Michigan drew' I. Vanderbilt 121 an earlier game this season Ind., who Improves with every

    . ., moved ahead of France's, almost unusable Monday but an were called upon to supply the show rich for the Arcadia fair five tints but trailed UCLA in 9. Chicago Loyola 114 the Dreadnaughts handedthe game.
    favored Alain Calmat Into third freeze made it light. It seems obvious we must have the most and best fish for points 484-429. I 10. DePaul 75 Dragons a 64-51 defeat at Rounding out Southern's startIng -
    \ place on the fourth of five com-: overnight sing fast. the Commission to feel they must be obtained here. the Lakeland Senior High school five at guards will be Bobby

    : Too, the fishermen themselves have obtained some benefitat gym. The Dragons will proba Bowman and John Wells.

    Kathleen, Santa Fe German Wins I least they now know there are freshly tagged fish In Lake Wildcats Drub bly count on the same starting /

    DatesBoth Thomas Koehler of Germany Parker-and they may stand a chance of catching one worth unit of Corky Thorpe and Jack
    Have Open a 23-year-old: student, won the as much as $10,0001 Newkirk forwards; Paul Fernandez

    Kathleen High School men's Individual tobogganing tl. Another item Is worth a mention-the complainants said center; Dickie Juarez

    and Santa Fe High School cage tie by sweeping down the course "It Just Isn't right for them to be taking out those nice big fat Georgia 10383Like and Russell Romano, guards

    teams have open dates tonight. four times in 3 minutes, 2677 bass-eome weighed 4 or 8 pounds! I

    The Red Devils had an open seconds.: So, seeing Is believing) Recently we've been accused of Planters, Hardee 1
    Klaus Michael good Kentucky cola I scored against an Alabama d
    date on their schedule but Santa His teammate, exaggerating the size of the bass being caught from Lake any Play Outside Tilts I 9Yl
    re's holiday came about when Bonsack. a locksmith, registered told nel, Adolph Rupp had a coupleof team.
    Parker. Fishermen have us they couldn't be that big this
    its 3:27.04: with the best time kind words to say about the CITY Plant
    Tampa's Catholic cancelled soon. Now the fishermen themselves are saying there are big In some of the other major PLANT City'sPlanters
    of all his final run of 52.42 South.
    The Hawks on will host Brandon at 8
    program. Kansas State had to
    bass In the lake! games go
    were to have played Tampa seconds. Hans Plenk made f it a "One of my greatest satisfactions p,m. today in a nonconferencehigh :
    And aU this mind the overtime to beat Nebraska 73-
    , In 33015. I finally brings to great change in the to In
    Catholic there. sweep : Is seeing the South once school basketball game
    .. lake In recent years. We can readily remember when the complaints the laughing stock of the nation 66, Nlck Werkman scored 41 a tuneup for lie Friday night l l
    I concerning Parker were: "No fish! Can't get out because In ba.ketballnow respects points and led Seton Hall to a contest with Bartow and chanceto ,

    Bowl Door of the hyacinths! Why can't we have a good fishing lake ble and with teams rated among 110-88 romp over Wagner Colorado clinch the Southwest Florida

    Orange Opens here?" the top ten nationally." upset Oklahoma State 63- Conference II

    Rupp made the observation 59 and gained a share of the Big The Plant City-Brandon tilt Is "TRY

    Lakeland Netters 1 Monday night after his Ken Eight lead, while Washington of one of two games scheduled tonight
    To All College Elevens I( Defeat Manatee I Dinner Tickets I tucky Wildcats knocked off St. Louis put on a fantastic second Involving SFC teams. Har KING

    i Still On Sale Georgia 103.83 and; 1, took over, half shooting show hitting dee High's Wildcats will be In EDWARD"
    Lakeland Dreadnaught net. sole possession of the South 16 of 21 attempts from the floor.,Fort Myers for another inter- Amtrlci't

    MIAMI (AP) The Orange Wayne Duke, agreed their relationship tern" swept a pair of tennis Tickets for the Lakeland eastern Conference lead; 2, pro- In a 75-68 conquest of Drake. conference struggle. Itrynl Stlllrg Cigar

    Bowl Committee will go had been pleasant and:' matches from Manatee High Dreadnaught Booster Club vided Rupp with his 700th coach-

    into the open market for opponents said no hard feelings resulted School last week at the Edge- football award dinner are still Ing victory and 3, prompted himto
    for the annual New Year's from the decision. wood courts here. on sale at several Lakeland do a bit of reflecting.

    Day football game in an effortto Big Eight teams have won seven The boys' team downed Manatee downtown locations. Southern basketball was, ...
    attract a bigger national audience of 11 games during the contract 6-1 I, while the girls tri Tickets are f 1 per plate and Rupp observed in pretty sad High prices down?
    Including last New Year'sDay umphed. 5-1. The boys' team a limit ef 300 has been set by shape when he took over the got you

    The committee announced victory by Nebraska over was to have played Plant City Booster Club officials. Ralph Kentucky reins as a 29-year-old

    Monday it was ending its 11 Auburn. here today. Both boys and girls (Thug) Jordan Auburn grid coach.
    year-old contract which called Off the strength of a new television play at Lake Wales on Friday. coach will be the principal Both Kentucky and Vanderbllt

    for the Big Eight Conference to contract for $300,000 annually The results: speaker protected those high ratings
    provide one team for the game. over the next three yean Tickets are on sale at Plott's Monday, Vandy with a 111-73\

    Committee president Ben BenJamin and the posslblUty: of rescallng, .,...'oo I UKk L.eveY n ft* k...* MaNlaar Jarmait Shoe Store Peoples romp over Alabama but second- 5;;. .
    said "It was the hope of tickets, the Orange Bowl hopesto J15Y 4 StawartU Bank, Florida National Bank ranked Michigan had its trou ,hJ b 1
    offer next year's teams about k-1 aaa* H iaarw First Slate Bank and First
    the Orange Bowl Committee that 1.31.MTM Hawa kaatIMfllKI
    all sections of our country would $210,000 for their services. Only w,fl( (.M), *'I. 4-.. Car- National Bank.GREEN bles.The Wolverines, the only other

    thereby become eligible for our the Rose Bowl payoff Is greater :1.E"7J1.w tawia.../,-Nm/awn IL fib./-= ranked team In action was ,.:

    bowl" Television rights were bought t ll> kaat ......M..* kntf 21 llaAaHl*-....N> HORNETS edged out by Ohio State 8685. It .. % !e V
    National Broadcasting .5 ..", ". i..L.Inlaai first loss In the
    the Michigan's
    by was
    The committee and the Big
    .I inn ""." (U aaat PLAY TONIGHTLakeland
    second defeat
    Co 'which said It not care Ten and only the -
    Eight's executive director farat Kan* 1. ll Diana tftalM- Big Up t9 your ears In Does car have Think all extras have
    whether the Orange Bowl kept a r (Ml kaat...w11/:Oat n..1IllManaN4rI Junior High and Au- In 17 starts for the Wolver your

    TAX conference tie-up or not. (lutan M), 7-S. 3.71 LIMN 1 Y.n/rNNN, t JMM.I : burndale Junior High will tanglein car bills hollow legs? price tags?
    INCOME atanan (U > ines.Ohio
    I The 29-year-old Orange Bowl >,,dd .Daakr IMINU' .aa I ,tin DantlMar a pair of games tonight at State trailed by nine Most cars coot too much to Why throw away money Rambler extras at no extra
    Get vase 555 cut Mrlyt with the I'"iaJa'i.* times In the first
    continued Its contract School three
    : .aarman Zatlnar (Ll *.t the Lakeland Junior High points But Rambler
    buytokeep. to feed cost include
    A Value S.rvlcsR. ., a gas-guzzler : Deep-Dip
    Big Big Eight after dropping the At- Kana Walfcar I XI, MfrtahtIMraaatt It will be one of two half but rallied for an 81-73 lead
    G. JENNINGS lantic Coast Conference in 1959 .... '7. ...1. home night games for the Green with three minutes to BO. The eavmga start with AmenRamblers give you world- ruHtprooflng, Ceramic-Ar

    ..tar."N,.....,......1" Aw.In "' ''. The game wlU be played at night Hornets Wolverines closed to within one ca's lowest prices. No famed gas economy withmored muffler Double-
    II v_.. of .... Ta. .ar YrNa .next year for the first: time. -I,,2 Drivers CaptureLR I The eighth grade team will before time ran out. strain on your budget! out sacrificing porfomnan<'e. Safety Brakes, many more
    with the ninth The Buckeyes' Gary Bradds
    play at 1:30: p m.
    Race Features
    I grade; playing immediately after-, sparked their upset effort with rpmpl_ kind an nanu/wliwa'a' WffnM...*.,prm/... lowrf pr......*If.

    WINTER HAVEN Biuzie wards. 42 points.
    I t l Reutlmann of The Green Hornet ninth grade In Athens Ga. site of Rupp's
    Zephyrhills and
    Don Brothers of Sarasota wheeled lineup: Tom Jackson, center; first loss as a Kentucky coach Get a liftget a Rambler American
    their automobiles to first Kyle Shipley and James Meeks, Feb. 13, 1931, Cotton Nash and
    place finishes In the feature forwards; Duane Dias and Jim Ted Deelun led the charge for
    Cupboardbare events Lonafoote guards Charles Anderson No. 700. Nash tossed In 33 points
    Sunday at the Lake Region
    Speedway. is coach and their record and Deekea added 29 as the
    moved to a 14-2 overall
    Is 32. Wildcats
    Reutimann took the 15-lap late
    ? model feature while Brothers The eighth grade team lineup: record.
    center Bob Vanderbilt, upset by Auburn
    came In first in the 12-lap John Edwards, ;
    model event Westbrook and Jerry Henslee, over the weekend, bounced back
    forwards; Billy Stigall and against Alabama. The Commo-
    ? The crowd of 500 saw Bill
    .of Clants of Kisalmmef Duane Canady, guards. Coach dores had eight players scoring
    serious escape I. Bud Mullen and their record In double figures led by Clyde
    injury in a spectacular
    Is 32. Lee with 15. The Ill-point total
    crash Coming out of the fourth ever
    the most points
    :. turn on the quarter of a mile represented

    asphalt track, Hants' car collided Ethel, Ed Barr Cop
    Now's the time to restock for the with the one driven by Softball.MeetingSlated

    new year. When you NEED CASH. Gene Thorpe of Sarasota Clantswas Shuffle TournamentEthel Tonight
    thrown out the door
    you'll like our opposite and Ed Barr defeated I
    any the driver's side, hit the There will be an organizational
    fast friendly confidential service and rolled rnogene Neal and Joe Rowley of of '
    asphalt, over three times meeting managers
    to win the
    47-311. night
    you'll like the easy monthly paymentsyou and wound up over the short Ladies Choice shuffleboard all softball teams planning
    wall outside the fencein the Lakeland I
    to fit budget. retaining on entering
    can'choose your tournament.
    front of the grandstand. Parks and Recreation Department
    Stop in to see us. Let's talk it over. Clsnts was not seriously In The winners eliminated Ima summer softball program SN ere weans tint Riflislar Amsricini
    His and Ken Ball, 18.2, In an earlier at 7:30 at the All suet. 64 row w!>M jured. right arm was cut tonight
    match while the losers advancedto row room-pltnly tot Ml idulti.FREEI .
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    I ... he 42.38.
    MHtJt" pay. and Bob Fortney,
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    8 LAKELAND. LEDGER Tuesday Feb 4. 1964 -. ,I United Fund Co-Chairmen NamedJames Wahneta Man

    r :L.Ft'Qr'n": ,:Wptld iC t ,,100nl Hurt In Wreck
    L Cox, production to figures previously releasedby Lakeland area give in support courses from Stetson University -

    'weatoar; : I II manager for International Minerals the Florida Phosphate Come of such county-wide agencies as He is secretarytreasurerof South Of Eloise
    f Personnel Administration
    : g : O'l1.tORD cil. the
    and Chemical Corp., and United Cerebral Palsy, Shel-
    I Edward J. Jr. Both OptimisticBoth I Association of Central Florida. ELOISE-A Wahneta man suffered
    Hargaden personnel tered Workshop for the Handi- Cox Is a graduate of the University .
    face Sunday
    cuts night
    supervisor for W. R. Cox and Hargaden were capped. Mental Health Center of Florida In additionto when his overturned about
    Grace and Co., Davison Chem quoted as being optimistic that and many others Included in memberships in various engineering of
    mile south here on the
    Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationH. ical Division have been named employes of firms in the Phosphate the United Fund package." and management societies : one Rifle Range Road.
    co-chairmen of the Phosphate Division would give generously Hargaden and Cox are both he is a member of the State Troopers said James E

    L. Atlanta ............... 55 54 Juneau ................ 39 3:1 I Division for the 1964 United through the Fund to experienced In United Fund United Fund's board of directors Parrish suffered face cuts in
    Miami ..... ........... 75 66 Boston ... ............. 26 16 Kansas City.......... 54 3 I Fund campaign. support the package of 17 affairs. Cox in addition to and a past member of the the accident when he lost control
    Jacksonville ........... 58 52 Charleston ............ 50 36 Loa Angeles .......... 68 41 8 Included in the Phosphate Dl I health, welfare, and recreation serving In other volunteer role.. Lakeland planning and zoning of his car on a curve. The
    Chicago.............. 31 27:Memphis .............. 61 31 I I vision, one of eight divisions agencies which are financially has twice been chairman of the board. I vehicle overturned and struck
    Key West .............. 76 70 Cincinnati: ............. 33 12 New Orleans ..........55 6I I making up the campaign organization participating members."I budget committee. Hargadenwas The United Fund drive will a culvert. Parrish was thrown
    LAKELAND ........... SO 86 Denver .. ...... ....... 32 20 New York ............. 32 21 0 headed by Jerard.: have seen Increased giving a loaned executive in the take place between the middleof from the car
    Ocala ... ............., 60 54:Des Moines ........... 31 22,Seattle ................ 51 4 4 I Kent, are nine firms drawing each year by employes of my 1961 and 1962 ,campaigns and February and the middle of Parrish was charged withdriving
    Orlando ............... 63 57 Detroit ................ 31 19 Washington ............ 44 .. employment from throughout own company and others In the last year had an important position -March. Exact dates and a campaign while intoxicated. He .t
    Pensacola ............. 85 52 Fairbanks ............. 106 Toronto ............... 25 11 7 r Polk and East HiUsborough phosphate Industry as more and in the Commerce and Industry goal are to be announcedby was treated at Winter Haven I
    Tampa ................ 56 47 Fort Worth ...1........ 58 44 BAROMETER Counties An estimated 1,500: more of them are exposed to Division.Hargaden the Fund this week. Hospital. No estimate) of dam
    W Palm Beach ........ 71 65 Honolulu .............. 82 68 7 A.M. 30.151 p.m. 39.11 people from the Greater Lake- the facts concerning the United a graduate of age to P.rrtsh's car was indl- (
    land area are employed by the Fund," Hargaden said "Manyof Georgetown University in Washington Castro OpensBaseball cated.
    phosphate Industry, according the employes outside of the has also taken law

    Tourney. How To HoldFALSE

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    tournament be being the first lOur. Cbocka "plat.o
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    Cloudy skies and rain today ..w A t e maw '0.J.! TOAST J...... L Co., loft sad Edward J. H.r...... J,., c.-ch.lrm..8! ho MM.
    and tonight were forecast by B photo Dlvliioit far the 1964 counpalfH .f the Unlrtd ".... .f Gr..'.. Lokolon! "....t'" Phil c..p.nssi.rfert .- Tic SKtATUT AMUHCAH WNISKIY
    weathermen for the Lakeland
    area with the rain expectedto with flon of "0. J." end late tonight. Tomorrowwill toiro of the weep Julco to the praionco ef phoiphoto which "c..... I" through the ......" JOISIIUED t IOTTUO ay YEUOWSTOM OlStlUUf UUISVIlU-flWtHSIWH,

    be mostly cloudy and ZONE FORECASTS
    warmer with showers expected At Occasional rain and scattered ww.e
    late tomorrow. thundershowers late tonight
    Easterly winds will blow at and Wednesday. Continued r.r

    10 to 20 miles an hour today, rather cold. Low tonight a \
    diminishing to 6 to 12 milesan 42 to 48. iFB4DMostly
    hour tonight and becoming : cloudy through E
    southeasterly at 10 to 20 milesan Wednesday. Occasional rain
    hour tomorrow. High hu- mainly on Wednesday. Low tonight cos Report to people who

    midity maximum was expected.The temperaturehere E-F-G in the Mostly fifties.cloudy through are

    yesterday was 60 degrees, Wednesday. Rain likely again H
    sometime Wednesday. Low tonight
    the minimum this morningwas
    56 degrees and .89 of an 55 to 60. Easterly winds
    10 to 20 mites hour becom
    inch of rain fell at the city per

    hall hour o'clock weather period this morning.station that ended in the at 24-7 ing IM 65.southeasterly Mostly' Low cloudy Wednesday.tonight through 60 Wednesday.w Low, tonight yafP In the going; to buy a new car

    . J-Ki Mostly cloudy through mid sixties.

    Visit EducationTeam HereA Will Than January Normal,Colder In, Wetter LakelandJanuary in the next 60 days :

    was both colder and I es above normal. The heaviest

    wetter than normal, according: 24.hour rainfall total was on ,......
    team of officials from the to the monthly weather summary .. Jan 11-12, when 3.77 inches fell.
    state Department of Education released today by the, Lakeland received 124 hours

    Tallahassee, will spend Wednes- Lakeland Weather Bureau. and :53 minutes of sunshine on-
    day on the Florida Southern College Last month's 571 Inches ol, ly 38 percent of the total amount IM FORD WINS MOTOR TREND "CAR OF THE YEAR" AWARDMotor I
    rain made this winter the sec possible.
    campus to confer with 81 ond wettest on record, with the ,.
    Four Days Clear T.
    seniors who are education ma November
    Trend magazine's coveted "Car of MotorTrend'geditor
    jors. rainfall totaling 13.5 Inches There were four clear days
    Heading the team will be Dr. The wettest winter on record eight partly cloudy days and the Year" award waa won this year not by declared.

    3, P. Kelley director of the DI- here was the winter of 1947-48 19 cloudy days during the Just one car, but by the whole Ford line- The full atory of .

    vision of Teacher Education when the three-month total month. Ford Fairlane, Falcon and Thunderbird. howtheMotorTrendeditors
    came to 14.55 inches. On nine days rainfall measured
    Certification and Accreditation. Below Normal .01 of an inch or more; on Singled out for special tribute was Ford's analyzed and ,

    The visitors will meet with The In six days the rainfall totaled .1 unique concept total performance blend evaluated the cars

    day FSC to students acquaint throughout them with the the Lakeland average last month temperature was 587 days of an It Inch was or.5 more of an; on Inch three or of power and acceleration l handling, balance can be found in the

    department's policies and regu degrees, from a 'mean maximum more: and on one day the rain and cornering ability strong braking, and February issue of

    lations, and to describe the opportunities of 67.9 degrees down to a fall totaled more than 1 inch. tireless durability-as proved in competitive Motor Trend. And
    mean minimum of 49.5. The
    for public school There were two days with HOW FORD RACING HELPS
    average was 3 degrees below victories from coast to coast. the full meaning of '
    teachers In Florida. I thunderstorms; two days with BRING YOU A BETTER CAR
    normal for January. light frost; and one day with Motor Trend's citation also saluted the total performance wf'

    Luncheon ScheduledAt I The month lowest was reading 27 degrees duringthe on heavy frost. :Most automotive engineers will tell you that part Ford's racing program has played in the eau be) found at your Ford Dealer's! Stop in

    be noon the state group will Jan 14, and the highest was During the month the prevail.Ing the track is one of their most valued testing development of total performance. "Rallies, and test-drive a '64 Ford, Fairlane, Falconor
    Williams and guests other of Dr.faculty Billy,84 degrees on Jan. I. winds were .northeasterly, at laboratories.For endurance runs and racing cannot be Thunderbird. See for yourself why Ford
    an average of 5 6 miles an hour.
    members of Southern's education The last 571 month inches was of 3.66 rain Inch.received example track competition led directlyto duplicated by any other form of testing," earned the title "Car of the Year".

    department. I the following changes in the Fairlane 289

    Dr. Williams said that South.ern's Citrus Club Horse StealingNo V-8 engine: better block, improved pistons, I
    81 seniors who
    are majoring ,
    in education will be assigned Meets Longer Draws improved stronger connectingrod
    in March to various ThursdayGerald
    and bolts. mm4 Miotmmm tool :
    schools throughout the state for Death Penalty
    Such contribute not only to
    10 weeks of practice teaching. Norman of Winter Haven Jnae .
    head of the state budwood Ford's track but also to the
    He pointed out that a large BARTOW-There was a time ,_nlt? Ifs I
    majority of Southern's education -registration program, will be when hone thieves were hang total performance so important to your
    the guest speaker at 7.30:
    ed but times have
    graduates stay In Florida'Thursday at a public meeting of changed. everyday driving. r .,
    Yesterday, :
    an 18-year-old
    as teachers. Statewide however
    the Citrus Club of Florida n rtM9f
    nine out-of Lakeland youth was sentencedto
    'state teachers
    must be hired annually for every -Southern will College.He discuss. the budwood one year at the state prisonat Ford Dealers offer wide selectionThe I
    Raiford after he
    was con-
    graduate of a Florida college -
    and show color slides
    or university who elects to program he made in several foreign victed of hone stealing. "Car of the Year" comes in 4 sizes and
    Otha H radon
    teach in Florida. countries while helping establish Route 4,Eugene e 44 models. And because of this diversity,

    "We are proud alone that In the last a similar project. of stealing Lakeland a horse was from convicted your Ford Dealer also has an unusually wide w e \ wv Why Ford Dealers Declare '64
    twenty than
    years more
    The meeting will be held in
    two thousand Southern gradu- Room 103 of the college's Polk Curtis 1963. Pipkin on Nov. 23:, variety of trade-ins on his used car lot. "The Year of the Test Drive"The
    ates have become school teachers -Science Building. John Newboldof Try him.
    Also In Criminal Court yesterday ,,, ,,,,,
    in Florida-perhaps the descent City, president of a 36-year-old Haines .. :- -.- '" *- -' Tt "Car of the Year" award salutes Ford's
    largest representation" of any the club, said the public is Invited .
    City Negro was sentenced to state, Dr. Williams said. to attend. !'to term total
    five years at Raiford after he ,, .
    performance is just words until you take a
    was convicted: of assault to
    The all new compact Falcon for 64 '
    64 Ford
    rape. new Fairlane Falcon, or Thunderbird *
    RESTAURANT FEATUREWIDNISDAT i Samuel J. Sparkman 1018 out on the road!

    Ave. C, Haines City, was arrested
    cars are such a change from the past
    last Aug. :5 after he
    SOUTHERN I allegedly assaulted a Negro that you will recognize it immediately when

    girl.Thomas you drive them. So come in. Take a test
    Lewis Gunn, 62 200
    drive.Let At ears speak for themselves.They'Ilshow
    17th St., Winter Haven was
    FRIED CHICKEN sentenced to one year after you a brand of total performance
    '64 Fairlane family sports-car spirit The Solid Silent '64 Super Torque Ford _
    he was convicted of aggravated that's totally new!
    SimsWITH i :vi hMiii;:HOT jioCw AN ivninm assault

    OTTAWA (AP) Canadian
    forest protection chiefs heard a
    CAE EATTUGGETTTOUCHTON report of the development of an
    electronic device that would LAKELAND FORD COMPANY INC.
    spot forest fires before they be- ,
    I DRUG STORES come visible from the air. The
    device records ground temperature 125 Lake Mirror Drive Phone MU 2.1102
    from air variations and will

    be tested this spring. .


    .. .

    LAYELAND y.ooER, Tuesday, -:!,,. 4, 19N !

    Bartow Denies Bid -- More Horse Show Results Listed

    WINTER HAVEN Previously owned by Windy Acres Farm, tl, Tex.; 4-JirJU ridden by
    G1 unannounced winner North Branch, N.J.; 3-Erri- aid Gustafson, owned by triangle
    By Armour To Mine .Fstd of events in the Imperial Charity gall ridden and owned by Diana Ranch, Haines City;

    I ,, Horse Show at Winter Conolly-Carew, Kildare, 5-Jarouf, ridden by Elliott
    rt -
    Haven Included: Ireland, 4-Friar Tuck, ridden Flick owned by Mr. and Mrs.
    i GREEN JUMPER (class by G. W. Cattleman, owned by W, H. Flick Coral Gables.
    Tract 149 Tobacco Road ridden Lazy J-T Stables New Orleans FSVE-GAITED SADDLE
    Inside City tw by Ben O'Meara, owned by La.; Anaconda, rid PONY CHAMPIONSHIP
    Colony Farms, Inc., Mont- den by Frank Chapot, owned STAKE (Class 94) Campion,
    villa, NJ.; :3-Bit O Easter, by Mary Main, Wallpsck, Honey Bunch, ridden and

    By RONNIE STUART mining plans submitted by the they did not close the way for ridden by Carol H 0 f man, NJ.: owned by Mary Mills St. Petersburg
    Ledger Staff Writer company are "hereby disapproved Armour to amend Its mining owned by Windy Acre Farm, HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION ; 2nd piece, The
    BARTQW-Clty commissioner for the reason that the plan again ,_ North Branch N.J.: ; J-Twist (Class 159): 1 Becky Mighty Houdini, ridden and
    lut night denied a requestby proposed mining plans and Wonder, ridden by Ben O' Batchelor, Miami; -Phylllss owned by Richard Peacock,
    The last of
    Armour and Co. officials specifications contemplate a resolution paragraph Meara owned by Colony Fleischer, Miami; J-Simon- South Miami.

    for permission to mine a 57. lake, pond, pool or lagoon specifications states must"plans be amended and Farm, Inc., Montvllle, N.J. etta Bulgarelll, PompanoBeach THREE-GAITED SADDLE
    of land 4 Silver Lining, ridden by ; 4-Jiffy Fogle, St.
    acre tract In the southwest which would not foster creation by the elimination of all HORSES ADULT AMATEUR
    section of Bartow.Commissioner of new suitable and desirable lakes, ponds, pools and lagoons Carlene Blunt, owned by Petersburg; 5-1. n I I Me- CHAMPIONSHIP STAKE
    Club Stables, Delray Gaughey, Marietta, Ga.
    Nye Jordan locations for residential Country Class
    and the filling of all excavations ( 95): Genius of Camelot -
    refused to vote on the matter business, pleasure and to a useable condition Beach; S--Stand Alone, ridden WORKING HUNTERS.AP- ridden by Richard Gray,
    I because he owns a part of the recreation within the city upon herein defined to mean 6 by Rodney Jenkins, owned POINTMENTS (Class 160) IKin. owned by Camelot Farms, Ft.
    property but the other four lands not now used for such leveled at the approximate by Fairfield Farms, West .'* Castle, ridden by Dorothy Lauderdale; :2-Right Decision
    commissioners gave their unanimous purposes." natural elevation of said land 45 s Palm Beach. McLeod, owned by SI ridden and owned by
    approval to the resolution While commissioners made after the filling of all excavations OPEN JUMPERS (class 150) Jayne, Park Ridge, III, 2- Mrs Elliott Holland Clearwater -
    i .. denying the request it clear that they will not allow with fill material free I-Grey Aero, ridden by David Advance Ticket, ridden by ; 3-The Caasanova, rid-
    The resolution-already pre- the company to mine the from trees, undergrowth and Kelley owned by Frank Imperator David Kelley, owned by Thomas den and owned by Mrs. Andrew
    pared when the meeting be- property under a plan submitted organic debris in such a manner Mfg Co., Cannons- Scheuer, New Rochelle, Snyder. Hallandale; 4-
    gan--stated the company's request on Dec. 11 and an amended u to afford maximum burg, Pa; J-Nanzel, ridden N.Y.; 3-Let'* Dance, ridden Conversational Piece, ridden
    was denied because two plan submitted last week compaction suitable for residential ". and owned by Emilia Azcar- by Rodney Jenkins owned by and owned by June Rlchey,
    commercial or light raga, Mexico City, Mexico; 3 Fairfield Farms, West Palm Miami; 5-Mi Extra Special,
    Ghost, ridden by Russell Beach: Nantlcoke, ridden
    industrial uses over a periodof -Grey ridden and owned by Sandy
    time after exposure to the Stewart, owned by Coosaw by Rodney Jenkins owned by Parker, Klsslmmee.
    Commission To Ask elements." JUMPING FOR JOY-Arkeitni. State Celle** *.a repoie.*' Farms, Dale, S.C. 4-Barry- Fairfield Farms, West Palm SINGLE HACKNEY PONY
    An unofficial report said Mitt Unit U Then ef foreiyllle, Ark., for eke title *f Miss more, ridden and owned by Beach; 5-High Frontier, rid AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIPSTAKE
    I Armour had offered the three Cbeerleceof USA I* the e....... being conduct .f the Winter Diana Conolly,Carew, Kll- den by David Kelley, owned (Class 96) 1-Crystal
    Federal Aid Funds property owner $4,000 per Here Ckemtor .f Cwimtert end Cypress Gwfens. MM) Theme" dare Ireland; S-Blue Plum, by Ward Acres Farm, Ridge- Jewel driven and owned by

    acre for the land independence Cetmty Bode Queen .hi ArteitMi, lump fer |., etHi ridden by David Kelley, owned field N.J.AHSA Mrs. Victoria Armstrong,

    For City Projects Several weeks ago, the tonIng *ni MiiKmMt. by Chance Hill Farm Greenwich MEDAL CLASS: Brampton, Canada; :2-Pilot
    board recommended that Conn.HUNTER. STOCK SEAT (Class 90)) 1- Model, driven and owned by
    the commissioners change the SEAT EQUITATION Cathy Stephen Sarasota; 2- Mrs. Victoria Armstrong
    f The city commission will aistance would not tie the com coning of the property to allow Grizzard Asks Meet (class 151) 1-Karen Marty Losey, Winter Haven; Brampton, Canada.FIV&GAITED .
    act at its meeting on Feb. 17 mission's hand In acting a* for the mining However, Harnden, South Miami; 2- J-Baron Given, DeLand, 4- SADDLE
    on a resolution to seek federal an independent governing I the majority of the commissioners Bunny Klzorek, Park Ridge, Rennte Ever hart. Ft. Lauderdale HORSES MARES OR GELDING -
    funds for essential municipal body seemed to be againstthe 111.; 3 Judy Cox, Winter Haven ; 5-Dlann Williams, Lang by Junior exhibitor

    improvements. Commissioner James R. proposal from the start With Warren Cason ; Simonetta Bulgarelll. 0.HARNESS HORSE CHAM- (class 97) 1-Royal Jester,
    Commissioner Lots Searl introduced West voiced strong disapproval More than a month ago, several Pompano Beach; S-Linda PIONSHIP STAKE (amateur ridden and owned by Susan
    the resolution yesterday of the Searl resolution. H* citizens appeared before McGuIre Winter Haven Mills, St. Petersburg; 2-
    driver) (Class SI) 1-Allurlng
    afternoon, but It was said he wasn't convinced that the commission to request that GREEN WORKING HUNTER Cos's Nellie Blythe, ridden
    driven and owned
    tabled until the next meetingon Lakeland wasn't able to handle the permit be denied. Approximately STAKE (class 152) 1- Mrs.Lady,Alan Robson, Westchest-by and owned by Peggy Higgins,
    20 city residents On North-South RoadMayor Jonnie B. ridden by Rodney New Orleans
    the motion of Commissioner essential improvement : ; 3-Goodie Goodie
    Pa :a-Stona'i Invasion
    er, ; ,
    were on hand for last night's Jenkins owned by Fairfield ridden and owned Bridgett
    W. J. Peterson. without calling on Washingtonfor driven W. S. Garth Jr. by -
    by ,
    Indications that the flnanclal.ranta. meeting, but they did not voice Farm, West Palm Beach; Mill, St. Petersburg;
    are resolution
    owned John War-
    by Crawford
    any opinions after the proposed Harold Grizzard tolighta on State Highway 33 Caber ridden by Earl
    Grizzard said 1-Tha 4-Little Fiddle, ridden by Susan
    will be Harold
    approved by a Mayor resolution had been read. day is seeking a meeting with (Polk City Road) from Interstate Frazier owned by Rising trace, Tenn; 3 Stonewall Snively owned by Mr.
    of the members of that Lakeland send
    majority people driven and owned
    Warren Cason, of Tampa, 4 to the north city limits
    Armour official also were Creek Farm, Atlanta; 3-Lady and Mrs. John Snively Jr.,
    The funds through'payment
    the body. expected Washington
    governing by Paul Randolph, Clearwater -
    district State Road Board Lakeland
    on Hills Boulemember
    present, but too had ridden by Winter Haven 5 Fashion
    passage will rescindthe of taxes. He said he they Coosaw. ; 4-Lady Warlord, driven ; -Folly -
    to determine the vard.
    action the 1963 could to having nothing to say. Stewart, owned by Coosaw ridden and owned by liar.
    taken by see no objection and owned by Harriett Mc
    status of the .
    City Attorney A. H. Lane present propos "The whlteway lights will Farms, Dale, S.C.; 4-Time riett McLeod, Norwood, NC
    commission approving a reso- some of it returned for I local ed north-south In Lend Norwood NC.; 5Mr..
    throughway do more to lead people Into David Kelley
    ridden by
    pointed out that the resolution Study, SINGLE ROADSTERCHAMPIONSHIP
    lution spurning all federal assistance improvements Lakeland. Cypress Gardens, driven by
    I ia "not a prohibition of min Lakeland from Interstate 4 owned by Barbara Cuddy Susan owned Mr STAKE (amateur -
    Projects Listed He requested City Manager than all of the signs," Griz Canada 8-Belllno. Snively, by
    ing" and that the resolution Strathroy, ; and Mr*. John Snively Jr., ) (Class 98) 1-Blythe
    Asked He said that the city coulduse "carries implications that an Robert V. Youkey to arrange lard said. ridden by Earl Frazier owned Winter H.ven.EQUITATION. :Jaguar, driven and owned by
    Peterson asked that a vote federal assistance In the amended plan would be approved a meeting with Cason, and to Commissioner John H. by Rising Creek Farm, At- SADDLE: John Snively Jr., Winter Haven

    on the resolution be deferred building of the $500,000 library, ." invite the members of the Woodall Jr. again asked that lanta. SEAT (age 12 and under) ; :2-Lady Mary, driven
    two weeks for further study. for a multi-million dollar master Mayor Cecil Moore stated board of county commissioners efforts be made to get SRD GREEN WORKING HUNTER (Class 82) 1-Susan Snively, and owned by Bill Gill, Oklahoma
    He said after the conclusionof storm drainage system, for that he does not know if company to attend the session. approval for the installation CHAMPION AND RE- Winter Haven; :2 I- Marsha City, Okla.; J-Eddle
    the afternoon session that the new recreation building at officials will come back The State Road Department of a traffic control light on SERVE CHAMPION TITLES Jones, Cord Gables; J-Dar- Baker driven by Mr*. Martha
    he wanted to be certain that the Civic Center, for major with a third mining plan. reportedly Is making an. engineering Lakeland Hills Boulevard at Winner, Jonnie B., ridden by den Kettler, Delray Beach; Myers, owned by K. A. Conway -
    accepting federal financial as- street improvements, for the "We want as much land created survey on a Lincoln Parkvlew Place. Rodney Jenkins, owned by 4-Scotty Turnbull. Winter Haven Atlanta; 4-Flight Commander
    renovation of the Central Fire a* would be mined," Avenue alinement for Woodall ha been insisting Fairfield Farms, West Palm ; 5-Janle Dean West driven and owned by
    Station and the constructionof Moore stated. the proposed four-lane, ar for some months that a con Beach, reserve champion: Palm John Klstler, Conover, N.C.;
    City Awards a westside fire station, and The mayor noted that the terial roadway. trol light is needed to break The Caber, ridden by Earl HORSE MOUNTED 5-Moon Shot, driven and
    for other essential projects. "city planner bee already told 1M4 Start Promised the traffic How In the vi Frazier, owned by Riling NATIVE COSTUME (Class owned by W, S. Garth Jr.,
    Commissioner W. Y. Wooten u* we have 70 per cent land R.cinity of the Lakeland Gen Creek Farms, Atlanta 93) 1-Aahdln, ridden by Athens, Ala.EQUITATION.
    26 In meeting with :John
    Employes use, and when get above HUNT
    said that he believed that the you Hospital.Youkey PONY WORKING James A. Fisher, owned by SADDLE
    SO per cent land use, you are Phillips, chairman the will also see If the ER-HUNTING ATTIRE (Class .
    citizens of Lakeland would pre- SRD and Lawton Blue Creek Farm, Clinton, SEAT (age 14-17) senior championship
    Rep. M.
    Service PinsThe fer federal grants to Increases supposed to be in trouble. Chile Jr., both of Lakeland, department of electric and 154) 1-King Creole, ridden by S.C.; :Tondelayo, ridden by (Class 99); 1 Alene
    In other action at last
    In taxes at the local level. several months Cason water utilities Is planning to Cathy Thompson owned by Walter Chapman, owned by Roger, Miami; :2-K a thy
    meeting commissioners ago Install additional street light- and Mr. William Ludwig -
    Mr. Donoghue Arabain Farm, O'Brien, West Palm Beach;
    City of Lakeland awarded postponed any action on a agreed to get the north southroute ing on Interlachen 2-
    Parkwayand Bethesda Maryland;
    Gollad, Tex; 3-Ser.Hy. ridden 3-Felicia Smith, Miami; 4-
    service pins yesterday to 28' zoning board recommendation utxlerway during the Shore Acres Drive inpre.ent ridden and owned
    Lady Kola, by Carol Chapman owned by Settle Stevens, Bartow; 5-
    municipal employes having a'Dinner, MeetingSet to create two more zoning calendar year. Southeast Lakeland. by Mr*. E. Oyler, Purcellvllle, William Hewn, Corpus Chris- Molly Corum, Tampa.
    combined 450 years of ser districts and accepted petitions Grizzard. noted at the meet- Va.; 3-Angel, ridden by Debbie
    vice to the municipality. Food'Technologists asking for the resurfacing of leg or the city- commissionyesterday Stewart, owned by Clar
    Mayor Harold Grizzard and By Woodlawn, Sunset and Me- afternoon that the Polk PTACouncil endon Plantation Burton. i.
    Mayor Pro.tern W. Y. Wooten Cloud Streets and Holiday county commission is progressing S.C.; 4-Sierra Maria, ridden
    made the presentations. Lane. with secondary road and owned by Christine Hood.
    A 40 .year pin went to Myron The petitions stated that plans to connect Lake Wire Will JUNIOR WORKING HUNT.
    those streets all in the south Drive with Interstate 4 at the 5 directionsto
    Busing, of the department of E. H. Palmaion of Parkson ER-OPEN (Class 155) 1-
    east section of town, are full
    Kathleen cutoff via Omohun-
    electric and utilities
    water Girl ridden and ownedby
    Industrial Equipment Co. of Orlando of "chuckholes" and that Meet HereThe Flower ,
    Other awards Included: dro Avenue. Batchelor, South
    will be speaker at a din the holes Becky
    Burt Dansby, 35 years. Jeff ner meeting of 'he Florida Section leads"patching hole.eventually The mayor also asked You Miami; :J-Dally Nip, ridden
    Holt, 30 years.C. I of the Institute of Food Moore to a told bigger the key to contact SRD officialsin effect of mass media, Including by Si Jayne, owned by Bunny Mow
    D. Mcintosh :Jr, Earl Technologists at the Crest Restaurant allowances will be made petitioner In the Tallahassee for permission television on youth will Klzorek, Park Ridge, 111.; 3-
    Cole, E. V. Murphy Juanita I here Friday night. 196441 for the city to Install be the topic of discussion ata Carole, ridden by Arthur
    budget to correct the
    Perkins and Grant Harden 25 mercury vapor street lights meeting of the Polk County owned by Ramble-
    The dinner will begin with a and "we'll
    problem, try to get
    years. social hour at 6 o'clock with to It before then." on West Memorial Boulevardto Council of Parent Teacher Associations wood Stables Miami; 4-Sum. for wise investingYou
    Joker Marchant, Harry Fear. dinner following at 7 and a business The two new coning districts, the intersection of Interstate I at Polk Federal Savings mer Session, ridden by Arthur
    rand Grover Johnson and W. 4. and Loan Association, Ramble-
    meeting and program at 8 to be known as C-3A and MA, Fleischer, owned by
    W. Kelly, 20 years. o'clock, announced John P. Rob- would be part of the recommendations He suggested that the city Southgate Plaza, tomorrow wood Stables Miami.
    :James H. Cox, Joseph Webs crane, vice chairman of Florida made by Milo manager also get SRD approval morning, announced Mr*. Carroll GREEN JUMPER F.E.I.
    ter, :J. H. Sangster Jr., E. D. Section. Smith and Associate which recently -, of the Installation of Teeter, STAKE (Class 156) 1-Twist
    Temples Frank E. Woole, H. Palmason's topic I II "A Plate made a survey of the Following the morning pro- Wonder, ridden by Ben
    W. Glascock, Harry L. Wallace, Evaporator of Low Viscosity, city's zoning and traffic need Lakeland Water gram[ the group will go by motorcade O'Meara, owned by Colony may want to own stock with the aim of building/ a second
    A. L. Faircloth Jesse T. Smith, High Brlx Concentrate." He will in the future. to Keen ElementarySchool Farms, Montville, 1'1.1.; 2- Income. Or to give your money a chance to increase as the
    James Jackson, C. E. Outlaw, explain the principles of operation City Manager C. R. Odom for an observation tour Blenheim' Buck, ridden and years fly by.Whatever your goal,here are S directions to help
    Ed Garthwaite, Dennis Kilgore, of a new process of evaporation said the new zones would help Ski Club Sets and lunch. owned by :James Saurlno, Miami you stay on the track:
    and Aaron :J. Dyess Jr., 10 and its application to food with the "upgrading of the Leroy Lastlnger, general manager ; 3-Stand Alone, ridden First, give careful thought to the broker you choose At a
    years and industrial products approaches to Bartow." of WEDU-TV and immediate by Rodney Jenkins, owned by Member Firm of the New York Stock Exchange you'll have
    I Party Sunday
    past president of Tampa'iGorrle Fairfield Farms, West Palm
    the help of a broker who, when he was registered, had to
    Elementary PTA, will be Beach; 4-Bit 'O Easter, rid
    The Lakeland Water Ski Club chief speaker for the program. den by Carol Hofman, owned meet Exchange standards.Though!: Member firms may differin
    will hold a Valentine's Day par rfri. S. F. Glen Jr., and Ted by Windy Acres Farm, North many ways, they are all subject to the Exchange rule

    ty for the public on the south Covington will lead audience Branch, N.J.CHAMPION. and regulations.You'll .
    When you see a Continental, take a second look. aide of Lake Hollingsworth Sun discussion of Lastinger's re AND RESERVE be wise to be candid with him about your resources
    day afternoon Mrs Ida Dees of marks. CHAMPION TITLES and ambitions. For the Investing route you take depends

    Notice the kind of who enjoys it. the club announced. The show, Mrs. R. P. Jones, characterand (Class 157) 1-Champion Bon upon where you hope to go. And you're more likely to get
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    Tuesday, Feb. 1. IH4LIOAL. THS SNOW IS
    th* East boundary of RIIIR 14Kaat East to the *a oorner of aaldHiHitlon the BW14 ef said eotlo. II; THERE WAS TOO DEEP FOR
    ADVaHTIStMtNTNOTICB to Ita InUramtlon wIth the 4| thence South alone. the thence North te the NB. corner of REALLY
    Houlh boundary of Towitahlp tleouthr Wilt boundary of _lie,", 1*, the Went H of the SW14 of *.1 ldHectlon A BIO ME TO GET TO

    UNOSW PICTITIOUa' ? theno East along aaldTawnahlp Townahln IS Mouth, Range IS Keel. III thno But alone th BLIZZARD SCHOOL
    NAM.'t'gEJ 'South boundary to the to the BW oomer of the NWM 01 "south boundary of the 1\1110 of
    1IKKHHT OIVKN low corner of Section II, Townahlp raid Section th._ Ideal to tbe ftMtlott II and II t. Its Inter- LAST MOHTAU.
    : ? C SlIKnMAN ifelre M MUtht Rang* n Kaati! thenoe Northwest corner of the NEIl! nf _Ion with center line of Soeth

    in .nirT. In bu..".... ..n the rietltlntia name at BTTLKCRAFT : (*W4 of the 8WS4 of said Section Section tnenc South to th. In- leO Haven, to the Bontai
    KITCHHNS a* IISI Rut III thence Rut acroea said Sec.. lereeollon of the Went boundary theiioi North:1"tI:: center lln*
    Magnolia. street lakeland MorIdm lion || to the MO oorner of the of' th.Or U of the NEll of the of said Pint Street and th. *..
    that r. li th. MI. owner MIIII4 *f the CElL ef said BeotlonSll JWI4 said Heetlon IS with, the tension of said oenter line through
    and proprietor thereof and that thence South to th. 8R nrnr center lln. of (I. B Hlgtwey SI;; Leke Silver te It* Intereeotloa, with QI

    Ito Inimirt t* ....1.''''' Mid dotltloua 0' aald Section III thnc But thence Bouthwaalerly: alone theoentar ton North boundary of the StIll ,
    / nam. with the Cloth Of alone the South boundary of Town- lln* of said Illehway te lieintractlon : of BMtlnn 17, TownshIp II South
    th* Circuit Court of IT>lk County. .hlp II South to Ita Interaction with the center tine Rane M Eaet: theno Wept along
    Florid purauant to FlorHa Sta- witS i the center line *f Peace of evlne Hoadl thencp Sooth alone the North "boundary of aald BKJ, '"
    tulM Chapter stIlol.ROBERT Rlvert, thence Northerly and North' ti. reotor line of IcIng Iioaduf of Section 17 to the Westerly right
    alone th* center line of Thomhlll Road to its Ihl........ "'-'W"" line ef the AtlaatI Coaet
    C HERMAN: ..... ........ _
    and lion with Lln -
    U-IU *r of Saddle Crek the Mouth boundary of Railroad| thence Northerly .... --..-- -
    1.0 lto IntoreaoUon. with. .b.. oJh TownshIp tt South thenoe Went along the Weiterly rleht-ef-wav
    IN TM boundary of Section. 10, Townehlp alone' the B nth boundary of laidTtwiwhlp line of aald Railroad to tha South
    T1NTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIFICUIi COURT >* South, Rant II Baatl thnoe II te Ml* .h..... ef Lak joniiaary ef aoUon S, Townehlp
    COUNTY FLORIDA West alone tb North boundary, Heneooki thenoe Northweetertx, Boutfc Rang M Bull theaoe 1j054EMBHAY 1 7j5g7f7jJ4Y.o 71II45'Q4fI ,
    O"KI of said notion 10 and"orll. Weeterly and soutliweeterly alone Mast alone the South boundary of StAlls At.4'vW4qSDjtcS fAIlIL"S TFATED4AtIh5
    CASK NO. IS and H of South,! the chore of Lake Hancock to Its SMtlon* lT 4 and I ef saIl To".. 1. PCI 7OlWOSPiih7oO -
    mi DOCKET
    II ,
    Ran*. 14 Beet to tb* NW comer Intereeotlon. on the West .1<1. ..f ship end Rang. to the SB oorner 'S:11; JTJM0I1 U
    PAGE! NO. It of saId Section Hi' thane South Lobe Hancock with the sill Sooth '* said' 8etlon It thane North iaDAnfS. 405V f.ttthWThSStOe4MM0W '
    WILMER NOLAN SMITH. alone In. W.., boundary ef. sotlona boundary of Township II Sou" to the MB comer of said Section 7IttWW ; ; ss : .
    Plaintiff.BA.XBARA"ANN H and II of Township t> thence Went alone the South SI| thenc Mast alone the South INS fOO tilt WVNO'S.
    South, Rang II Kajt to tt SW boundary of said Townahlp N to nonndary ofTownehlp It Bouth 0 f
    !SMITH.! corner of sill Section III) tbenoe the NW corner of Section 4, Tow*. the *. sooner of Sectloa laVTewa1ehlp fJ
    I>ftf.ndo"L Weet alone tb South chip tt South Rang 14 ,
    NOTICe boundary of. If south, Kane U Sect;
    THH !TATB! OF SUIT lection 14 and M of Townehlp ti theno South alone the Went then** North alone, the But boimdary J
    OP '
    BARBARA JI'LOR IDA TOt South, Rang 14 Kaet to the BK boundary .f Sections 4, *1 II, tl,' ef said Section. II tad of
    SMITH. oWner of Section It Towaehlp IIISouth. 21 and II of Town.hlp H rteotlo I,, said Towaehlp and
    \1.1\ hoe* reeldeno malllnf add.... Ran 14 Eases thence Range. It Most to the BW tb'l :Range, to It* Intoreectlon with thecantor

    Unknown North alone the Neat bounder of of sill Section III theno & lIne of U.B. Highway 11-tl: uf .c ,
    You .
    are herebr *otin d that a Hertlone SI, ts, to, 17, I and C In alone th* South boundary of Be Id heno Weeterly atone the center
    Suit fnr divorce a,.. l.en 01101a..ln.t Townahlp II Houth Rant 14 Kaet Section II and nf Sedtloa 14 saidTownehtp Un. or Said Highway to It* In. th/, .._o.1
    you In tha abov .ntlflrlOSUnnl ., to the South boundary of Townhlp and llange to the SICcornor lereeotlon with the Rant boundary C
    and that you art h.r.hroqIsirol > II South i thane Kant aloni if said Section. 14! thenoe of Section 17, Townahln' 17 .
    to anrve a copy cf yournnwer th* Sooth boundary of said Town North alone the Moat boundary! of Bane* N Fju.ll Ounce North alone.
    or other written deffne,iUlmn hip II to the sn comer of the oaid: Section 14 and nf t.At'\ '?, the SCant bollnll..r.f Scllon. If. HIi
    WALTMRY.. :
    WANI.KY.I Will of Section 11, Township Ik neil Towinhip and Rant 21, 1. II and I of paid' Townehlp \
    lilaliillfri attorney, 'Wh.... adtlrMHIn Mnuih, Range 14 Kaati tliance. \H earner al ..101 Section 17. and Hang to the of
    I f O. Box. tol. Lakeland. Florida. North along the Kant boundary of thence Kut alone the South bound- said Reel Ion It; h'IDW': along
    un or ...r".. Urn 17lh dar t.>f K.bruary. -
    the Will of Reutlon II and of the sO) of Section tl and tl of Town. the Norm boundary of Townehlp
    A. U'lh 1M4 Jt:1o Iwfor* or W'i of Section II nf laid 7ownhli Ohio> tS Sooth Range 14 Kant andslung I 7 South to ,1IIPJ torso '..1
    linmedlitelr! Oil.! with > and Kant to Ita Intereectlon th* Bouth boundary of Botlon Heetlon M, Townahlp' II Smth. '
    I Ilia Clerk' of itjrled with the lOser rlrht-of-way line H. Township IS South, Ran ire Kane IS But North I-
    Court Iho original ft SaId newer nf the Atlantla (naat Line Kail- 35 Keel to It* Intersection with alone the Rut boundary of I...- WHAT MAKES: MBM SoEOF33.OfTriEMaEl.VfcS
    tt aald written dof no.... If any road theno Norihweatarly along the center line of Saddl Creek lIons It, tl, H, *7 | sOd HA' E'
    If you fall to do ao. d5.raI proiiunfvMw .....4 Railroad right.of-way Hue. to thenc Southeasterly alone the Towaehlp M South, Rang* tS L.f
    will| ba entered *-alnet lie Intersection with the ttenalon. oonl.of mid Crek to Its Intereotloa and alone th. beet boundary of CI4JM6YT J
    you for tho relief damaiMlail In ,, I : __ I
    f the center line of McDonald with the center line of u ||, |i, 10, IT. | 50,1 | oc
    th. Complaint.WITMCwe! .
    Htreet of the City of Lakeland; Pao Crwkt. thence Eaetrly Township St South" Range 34 East
    ) my band. and official theno Wet alone the ....t..lonof alone the ..aIsI line ef Peao* 5. the PnInl of Soglitning.
    seal of off los at 'i41PA;: Polk Coun the center line of McDonald Creek and Peo Creek Canal to DISTRICT NO. a
    ty. Florida, this of Jan. Street and alone 1.1I. center line of It* Intervectlon with, th. Mast I a point on the
    ;rl'ALt O. Itit McDonald Street to It. Intereco- boundary of th* WM of Section l'Iortr"bound.1')' of Polk
    ( thou with the center line of South It, TownshIp. IS Souli, Hang St belne. the NW oorner of .CoII.t"1. "
    D. H. SLOAN JR. Florida A venue In laid City! th...... East'IIoII".dn. North alone the Townehlp It South, Ranee 14 '
    Clerk CircuIt Court North alone th* center lIne of But of the WH of !Saotloii !I for a Point of Beginning .H
    By VivIan A. PurvlnDeputy Florida Avenue to lie Interaeotlon; SI, l 10, I of thano South alone th* Wwt 1'.1 : j ll
    7h.'II.:1 :
    Clerk with th. lln. of th. Townahlp II South ;
    center Alien.lIlt Mast *7 of 'U!"". 1. It, II, 14,
    !, .6HNOTICI Coast. 1.111. "" 111'01I011 thence to the .NB' .corner of the SKU of II In Townehln la ,,.
    01' ''NTaNTION TO Wmterly alone tile oenter tins of ihs IIW" of saId 'eotlott II It._ Kane 14 East and alone-the We.l .
    'UOII'." FICTITIOUS' HAMSThe aid Railroad to the point of B.'. Wool along the North boundary boundary of Section 1, Townehlp
    undents-tied don h..b)' ginning. of the. BU of Section ( and s to tl South, Rang. It Most to the SW
    CertIfy that It 'to conducting aetor DISTRICT NO. t Ita Intersection with tb. Butihore oomer of Section I Seat aformald; _-_
    **. I ..* .t Lakaland, Klor- B. lnllln. at the SW corner of of Eagle Label thence thenoe Meet to tot in comer of paid a.e ,
    Ida under Lbs riotltloua nam* of .eotlon l[>, Townihlp II Bou'h.I&nlfe Northerly alone the Kaat shore of Section li thence Sooth alone the
    Suuahlne! lOuvers and that. said firm 14 Eaet on th. South said halt to lie Intereeotloa with.' Kt boundary of Sect: lone 11, II
    la "om......., of the followlnr per. boundary of Polk County for a the Bouth benndary of the NWU !4 and tl of Township tl South.
    ona whoa name. and. place of Point of Ileilnnlnr, run thence of th* SW1* of Seotlon Township Range 14 East to th. 813 corner ( gGHIrw4swrtru: : rv'R NTOR5INT]
    riolUeno.e ar aa followai North alongth* Wait bcund&ry I tl South, Rant 21 Most; of aald Section III theno West I I
    If H Storage, Inn tool of ....lone II, SI SI 14, II Sod, thence Eut along aald South alone the North boundary of Bee. -t? WHEN YGR WTtOMS tAS'NlCHt/' t YU r STOP plNCrW TVB N'tOft.1oIH
    W..t Memorial Boulevard, I In I maId Townehlp I and boundary to the HK corner ef said, tlone II, IB and 14 of Townihlpthane ; .
    I..kol&hd. Plorido. of Section 15, til :.r1l''nn\0: NWi) of the SWU bofto"' dec- ye South, Ran It East to Ohs PAPER OOTOP tR L TTER-00K OM'VERWAVlM
    VWOrri lp or Sunebins kfovSre ehlp II Houth, hans 14 Emit to tine Ill thenc the IcE NW oorn.. I.sail SectIon it; ,
    I. ii fo'lIOwei ire NW corner of said Section! oorner of the W' of the IWfof South alone th* Went bo.ijarr ..
    H .A H IIlora ., Inc. 100%, III theno Went alone. th* South said nrtion 01, tt'ent. Riot ef a,id Section. 14 and along =
    It ,. our Intention to apply to boundary ef Section II and. 1* to alone the South boundary. cf tl' the Woof boundary of Section I.
    th. Clerk of the Circuit Court In the BW eorner of eald Section II NH of Beotlon II and it to I:. If, 15 and II of 'I'ownnhl It South,
    and for Polk Count, Florida" to Township II south, Range tl Peat; Intereectlon with the center II... Rasps 54 Mont to tbs SW cot'nrrof
    regliter Ih. laid name of Sunehlne thenne North alongthe West of South Flret' Street of the City call Section II; thenc But! .
    Mover' under the prorlelon' of boundary ef ....lIon. II, S sodof 4 of Winter Haven, produced te the alone the South boundary of Bon.tlpae :
    (hapar SnObS, ...w. of Florida, Townnhln, II :South Rani tl tfouth-i thence North alone' the II, |l and 14 of Townihlp S
    A" '. or loll.Wilt. Heat and or Section Si. Townehlp center line of eald Pint Htreet tf Mouth, Rang M but to the a
    .. our kaadi, thd lltb day 10 South, Stat* S4 Neat te the and th* citeniloa ef said center MB comer of ald flection 14; -
    'l'1.1,0, ., |,I4.e. VW corner of laid I Section II; hoe through Lak !Silver! to Its In. theno North to the NB corner P II1iLU-
    H H TOnAOK INC. thence East alone the North teneotlon with the North boundary of Bald Section Itt:, -
    Ilueiell V. BeaivlT boundary' of Seotlone 19, 14, I ft end of the SB:* of Section 17. Town- lone the North boundary of Sentlon .
    Preeldent' Of tf Township ID South, Riogn ,.hlp tl South, Kane tl East; II and 10 of Township 17
    Violet O. BeaieU J4 Neat to the Nil corner of .oId thence Wilt alone the North Mouth Range, II !!:a.t to He Intereectlon
    Section. II: thence North stunt< boundary: of said HUU\ of Section with the center line of|
    lfworn".t'l: lubierlbH to by the Eait boundary of Rant IT to the Weaterly right-of-way the Seaboard Air LIne Railroad L01'.ii.F '4
    Rueiell P. Beaaell and Violet U East to Its Intereectlon with ti.Mouth : line of the Atlantla C<>a.t Line thence Southerly alone the cenSor
    Ueaiell. Prealdent and Sonretaryreop.otiValy boundary of Section II, Railroad; Northerly along line *f aald Kallroad ISI* Inter. ,
    of Jl M store**, Inobefor Townehlp 91 South Rani It Kae.thenr .. the We.terlr .rlfht-of-way. of eotlon with, the Wit boundaryof AT THE 1 HEATERS paa
    me thli ISth day of January: Riot to th* SW oorner of .e t Railroad to the Houth boundary Clayton Road! In Section 4,
    A. 1,). Uti' Mectlon II, Townehlp II of Seotlon I. Townehlp II Townihlp si South Range II Fait ;
    FUWARD A. ILLSCHHJsrALN9U'0' Rana-e t( Fuel.: Irene North'tr South Range II Beat; thenr South alone th. Went FILMLAND DUIVB aol "Oporalloa Bikini." ,..
    PuhllaV644 the: NW corset of the SWH" alone the South boundary of Sec- boundery of eald Clayton Road to I Todar Muuuri Trawler" aid ..... 4VOlt .... u_ "Vader the Tito
    < he sw<% of said Seotlon II : Un... I, 4 and I of paid' Townehlp It. Intereectlon with th* south never Slffji", *?? YUM Tr...:'
    hence: Knit to the VM corner of and Ran. to the Cit! eI.r or boundarY. ft' 'h.. I\Jwu\ 5,0 'ha MOthS 4 ....... BAHTOW Ooidencutc. ?oidHAlos. >
    he IIE\4 of the SWH, of laid Bee- said Heetlon II| thence North to i r 'Section;< theneVpaeVto """ a 'SSAIi1swBaiViriMTde : Tale, "end;; 'Pleu* hot "*
    IN ThiS CIRCUIT COURT OFTHB. lion II; thenc South to the CEoorner th. NH' corner ef laid Section S, UM NW corner of the SEll of I The 'l "Tb* Vim, Amertoan *a4 "Betrayed. Clrr-Lake Heine., "Womta
    IN AND TINTH FOR JUDICIAL POUt CIRCUIT, of said Section 111 thence thenc Mont alone tb. South the !SEll! of mid Section Ii| thence LAKt of Uie WALBI-Stuist World" and '''Lust I* Kill" ,"
    COUNTY reet alone the South boundary of boundary of Township IT South South along. th* West bonndao FOLK THSATSBToder "
    PLANT '
    FLORIDA' IN Maa'i Po.rl'1. CITY-'Capitol Pflai"and
    CHANOSRY threiiih >
    11Vi.1I1 DBAS Townehlp tl South to It. Intersection to th. SB eorner of Section. li. of the IIICI4 of tie SEll of soil ... BMiu-dar. Iree ef the ae em"PUAMT
    TATI/OR. ) with the center line of Townahlp IT South Rant 21 Kaetthenc : Heetlon 4 to It. Intereectlon with :; '; "., ) Cirr 4Urilt*. Womea ef ih*
    Plaintiff, _) Peax>. Divert thenc Northerly .* North alone the East the Northwesterly. boundary of Let Stars iTediy: Johnn 5o l7 sad I ;"ranac! World and "root Oene ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,
    v. lone., the center of loace River to boundary of Mid Section IS and I, Block li produced Northeuterly Uie Meinlllcrnt"aiLVia
    PATRICIA ETTA HOZBTT > ....0. Creek thence Kaettrlyalone of Seotlon' II, sold Townihlp and nt Lana Vleia Subdivision, .. recorded MOON pStvs'lsS" GROVE PARK
    \ and %
    1ATLOR tha center line of Peao Range, ta It* Inteneotlon with tie Pae* 42A *d>>! Th. "Haunwd Pelwe .
    Defendant ) Creek and ef Peace Creak Drainage tenter line of IT S. Highway I?. :of the l"p I IJlR"J.: *f Polk I Th C aSare, Sh.pplej Cetrter

    liCIT CASIO ron PARTITION. Canal. to It. Intereeotlon In OIl thenc Weiterly alone th* County, florldat thence Bnuthweeterly i AUBtmnDALB OTHg Dele*I eiTIg-Four fcr Tex-
    NO S1KIT
    llNOTICB Heetlon II Township El "South, oenter line of laid Highway ta it. a.1.I n B soil Northwesterly
    IN THE NAME:TO OF DIFKND H me II Kut with canal to LaVaOarfleldi intersection with the Bait boundary boundary of paid Lot I ((tendedand ImpelBy 5 N.
    TUW) of Htctlon 17 '
    Township the
    STATH OK thenoe South clone paid 17 Northweeterly boundary
    TO TIlE L'HUiMiANTl rl/mmAl ('snal tit th* chore of t.she Oarno South, Range II Eaati thenoe of Lot I to th* moet Weaterly DRIVE-IN THEATRES ,015&.k $hswSeI .
    Patricia flcidl Soothoaoteriy aloogth. North alone the Maul boundaryof oorner of sitS Lot 5, Block II.
    .hns re.ldemi Etta lloaett Taylor shot. of Luke ttarfinll' to tho Sections 17. SI. II II and I ef thenn Houlheaeterly along ". OMN 't3-SHOW TiOO I SesOfticoA1iI
    and address la South boundary 0 of Section I U. nail TownshIp and Rare to the itthweterly> I boundery: of Lo". Sand Carroll (lighter
    .' unknuwniYou I Townehlp SI SoUTh Rang II E ef, Northeaet corner of eald Bentlon S to the moet Northerly <-. TmlgM'l' Tk* Nl* r Ol" ,..oS".II
    ar* breby notified that the thence E.etmluO C the South II theno Weet alone th* North ncr of Lot II In Block llj then. NlginTOG.OtstTeANtviet'
    hue pl.lnllrf In tha above etylect ceuee boundary of Seotlone 11, 14, II and boundary ef TowniMp tr Bouthto Southweaterly to the moet Weet VI
    tha following a Suit deecrlbed for. Partition on 31 of Townehlp II South Range the SB eorner of lection II. rly oorner of Lot 15; thenc South .1.
    property -4 East to the 810 corner of said Township II South. Ranee East;' .anterly alone the Northeaaterly 2:00.100
    altuate, of lyingand I'olk boloS :r..I'f. Section lit; thenoe North alone thai thence North alone h:1: MInt rtgrt of-way line of Lena Vleta LAST 1:00
    County stat of Riot boundary of said Section boundary of Sections U. tl, SO Boulevard to Ita Intersection with ,
    more. particularly 15 fl deerrlbed leifgln to the MO corner of said Becllon< 17, I and of Townnhlp SI SouthRanga : the Wwt boundary of th. SEll Tuesdsv. Feb. 4. IM4 "MITEI
    nnrih and 701 H<: thane Kaat alone th. North II East and alone" tIe East of th. SEll of sail Section .i;
    the feet NWtf eeet of of the the SW oorner of boundary of Section 11, It, II. I. boundary of Sectloni II tl, SO thence South to the HW corner ofsaid GENERAL TENDENCIESIUntil Dec: 21) You have to participate i IHOWINQ AT T.**
    \ ef
    I lion 7 SWH Sen. 0' Townehlp tl South Range 17East 17. S and I of TownshIp tl South SEll of the BBUl thence Midnight you have so ..a IT ALL At LAOS *. IBRANDO ,,10
    Townahlp 17 Houth, to III Intersection with Oh.mntet Range tl Eait to the NB corner Fut te the SB corner of said Bee actively in some mutual
    June t4 Kml. run thenronorth line of the Atlantic Coast of aald Beotlon; thence Weet lion 41 thane Sooth alone the many opportunities to reach B I

    feet, Vi too ennseou feet, theno Oh *100...I feet lIP Line Railroad thenc Soulheaater. lone th. North boundary of said West boundary of Section 10Townahlp new and more a.reeibi accord outlet with other if you want i S
    I ly alone said Railroad I center linto rown.hlp ti South to the BO corner tl South
    Rane II Maul to meet with
    ih.nt'S went 100 f..t : success. Get out
    t. the of Section 14 with whomever you re : .;
    ol lie with the North Townehlp 14 to the 8W corner of the NW<4 ofIhe .
    .i.d that you beslnnlnii ar* hereby. required boundar/ of the 8H of Section< II, South Rang li Eaati thane, said F..t. t. tho gard as partner and associates socially tonight. Show friend
    Townlhlpl South Range It Real North to the NB' corn. cvf eelt SW
    ..... : ; eoi'nnr of the NEIl of th.
    to of
    a copy lour anawer that not a moment of this
    or other wrltton dvfene ". lhent-e Rest alone the North Section IItheno; Went alone the NEll 01 the B\VI4 of Said Section; how thoughtful kind. you
    I'hlllp unoi ": s>4 of Sectiot's North boundary of Section 14, IS, thcoce lIIouth 10 the ''nt..rllon. precious dsy and evening
    Hadrtcxk plaintiff at ; n.f sell and 31 and It of Townehlp 14 truly are.
    Townehlp South of the Wuot
    boundary of Oh. NEll
    torney, whoe .ddr... should be
    I. box lost.
    p. O and Hang 15 Most Stay close to
    Flange alone' th North botind- to the NW eorneileld of NEll. of the'BWU of said CAPRICORN
    Ills fr., Lakeland, Klorldiu on or ha- all of the HS of Sections SI, Itnd of .. Section Ill thenoe South "Section' I* with the renter line of those able to help you get almost (Dec. 22 to
    1114 sod the 14th before day of February, It of Township II South to t... SW corner of laid Section/ US HIghway Hi, thenoe Houthwenterly desire Jan 20) No better day than
    or In
    linmedlRiely anything
    tl End to the Beat bound Ill thenr the North you
    slung the center lIne of this IheUGLYILMERICRN'
    therrkfter to file or"n" to show In
    with th* dork I bigwigs public
    ur' of old Pectlon 13 thonceNorill boundary personal business
    of the Shove ; TownshIp eald Highway to It* Intereectlonvltb I or public
    orlrliial or said styled answer Court or said Ire : to the NB) corner of aaldMectlon 21 south, Ranee 14 Last te. the the center line cf King Road: outlet. life that you can be a very

    written dote,,.., If any. II: thence Kaat aloui ti. Point of Ftp inntnn' hence South alone the center line valuable ally. Be sure that
    North boundary of Sectloni It. 8t DISTRICT NO. 4 nf
    king Road and of Thornhlll
    confeeeo If you fell to do ao, ,decree pro aid II uf Townahlp II httth, Beginning at the NW corner of Road to It. Intersection with thoItouth ARIES (March 21 to April you have fine credit. Checkup
    will I b ,, :
    you for the relief* :':.,.;;.r.4.rA.Ir: Kant tl knit and alone' : the North Section 4. Township por South boundary of Townihlp II 19) Sitting down with partners on it right away.
    boundary of Seotloni II, It 19, Range tl Bait for a ef Beginning l'loulh' th.nce wit alone' the South Lloiveru
    ComplaintWirVE.gJ hand 34, II and IS of lownnnlp tl Mouth ; run thence East along boundary of laid Townehlp II who will understand your AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. WMlIIAIICOLOR\A An Otto Premlnger" Film
    neal of office my and official Rang tl Hunt and along th* North the North boundary of paid Town. :Houlh to the shore of Lak Den.onchi idea will bring I success Picler.
    at Bartow folk boundary of Sect lone II, II. end ehlp tl South to Its Intereectlon thenoe Norlhweaterlr. Wet 19)) Getting out to new places '
    County January, Florida 11114.MEAL. thIs 10th day <01 31 nf TownshIp SI South, nane with the East boundary of Range rly and Southwesterly atone th.. through corporate effort. Begin with good business or personal SHOWN AT eon ONLVI
    10 Kaat to its Intersection with the 31 Eheti thence South : said Recreation
    ( alone chore> of Lak Ilanoock to Ita In. advancing quickly. -
    ) friend will
    n H West shore of Lak klaelmme Range line to the South boundaryof ereectlnn on the Wait side o. like is help you to CLARK GAUl STARTS THURSDAYdorls
    SLOAN JR. imperative
    Clerk ihenc Southeaaterly I alone tile Townehlp II South thenc Last Lake Hancock with th* raid South you find some lucrative, interest
    circuit Court LANA TURNIK'BETRAYED"
    Writ shore of Lak. Kleeimmot alone sell Townehlp line to the tonight.
    loundary of Township tl South ;
    By Dorothy Dunn ing outlet. New .
    and of tha Klmlmme Rl\er to ItiIntereectlon Bait boundary of Rang IT East; hence Weit alone. eeld Townehli acquaintancehas I '
    .'.UI Deputy Clerk with tho South boundary thence Houtheaeterly on a etralgM hoe to the SW cantor of the lOll TAURUS (April 20 to May fine Ideas. He, or
    of Township It Southi Uienoe line along the Bait boundary of of Rectlon II Townehlp II South" with be of COLOII _
    OROCR CHANGING Wont alone th. South! bounder Polk County In the SB oorner of Rang 14 thenc North 20) By cooperating part. may foreign culture.PISCES 'he'l

    .OUNDAOISS 01' of Townehln tt South to the 1'oln !Section I*. Town.hip S} South lone the Wet boundary of the ners you find that you can (Feb. 20 to
    COUNTY COMMISSION "' ....."...In... Itanee. tl Faet th.oosEest
    n. .. along Rest H of hid Section II and *f add the comfort and
    DiaTRICTt' 1'Z, .. 4, 5WIIIORICAIS o---'c DISTRICT NO. I ,the North boundary cf- Town."lp faction II. saId Townihlp and beautyto 20) Follow that Intuition that LAST

    the Board of County Dnglnnlng' at a point on the U .ollth to II. Inl..IIOII with Rang, te Ita Intentctlon with th. surroundings that you desire. will lead to better understand 'I .
    C: ..Id'1dr.O Pnlk County, North boundary of Polk Coontybnior thf East sOon ,f Cy res L.b.; No.0 right-of-way lln* cf the At Is in HITEI
    car good run
    I l.irlrlR., adopted th* NW corner ".f Section theno. ltoulhcriy and Weatonip I 5db o Coast tins Railroadthenc: your ing in personal affairs or I
    ocenibar :17. loll. alter and revlie .. Townehlp II SoutN Range t4Kaet IoIg Ih. si-ore. .r Cyp,._ halo Northwesterly alone. said Railroad ning order? Mak. repairs and bring business success. Us ',laT PIIV.'N 'OWING
    the. boundarta. of for Point of Keglnnlne, Moody Croak AT Vree'taan aN. I....
    all alactlun and a slung and 51005 Pond right-of-way' line to It. Intereeo. be the safe .ide.
    reiilatratlon thence South th Wet River oT on precision in all that you do, ALLAN ,
    preclnUa In Polk run alone to the North shore Lak.Hatchlnehai lion with the center line of Mo- ron
    tountyi; andWHPREAS. boundary of Section! I, II IS. 14 tb..... Westerly. .nd, Donald Street ef the City ef Lake GEMINI 21 to June ay. Then success i II assured "TH5 HAUNTED PALACE"
    : the :> and 31 In II' South: (May I
    said revision han Townehlp Southerly alone said ekor line land, produced te the Kasti theno .
    I alud. III boundary llnaa of all Range 14 East and alone. the West( round th* North and Went ihore' Weet along said McDonald Street 21) You have every opportunity II I INCINT' rnici m COLON

    County Commleeloner Dl.lrlcte to boundary of Section t, TownshiP of Lake Hatchlneh to the West, OIn..r> line produced and. alone tho to particular talent Thtatrt of the/ StartOWNIOWMT
    no lon .' colnolde with precinct !4 South, Range 14 But to the shore of OIl Kleelmme River; center line of McDonald Street to now get ALSO AT S4S ONLYTSVB
    boundary 1105.1 andWHF.IOEAII. 8W corner of Section 1 let afore- hanoi Southerly, alone the West Its Intirswtlon with the center operating nicely for you aiVI M
    rhing.' In pnpula. a.dl, thenet Eo.t to t... Sit romor shore cf null River to Lak Kl*. lbs of South Florida Avenue cf Get studying done take "THE
    lion of varIous* ...... of the County of said Section 11 thence South elmmeet thenc Southerly along said Cltyi theno North alone thlentrr < some SLAVE"IN
    require anise rev I.Ion of Count elone the tJ"t boundary. of Seo. th. chore of Ik Klulm- line of Florida I Avenue ti: an Interest In younger ele COLO _
    Commlaeloner I.trlct llnei In or. lion. II, 11 It and II of Town- once to It* Intersection with the its intereeeotlon with the centerline ment. Accept some worthwhile
    dir to maintain approximate hip tl South, Rang* 14 Beet 10 South boundary of Section II. of the Atlantla Coast Line
    quality of population: of each .he BW elmer of Rid Section lIt Township II South Rane IS East. Railroadthenoe' along Invitation tonight. I 055.0
    Count* Commleeloner Dlitrlol, : endWIIMtICAC thenoi Wont alone the Nortbnun thenoe W..t alone the South boundary Ihe i eenter Lln Or:4rl'.I:: LAST
    In order to cauiibqundary iaVo1P'.h Sectloni 50, 15 sod of Section SI, 55. and 10 el to i II* ..,.....OUOh with the West MOON CHILDREN (June U Open 1245: day
    paid Unuoly tnmmln.Ionor Dl.IrlrtlIon. S4 : tl South, Ran.. saId; JTownshlp and Rengejh'lp"'ti"South aion5 Undary of Kane SI keel thence to 21) All basic affairs New Shewln MITEI
    to ....Iul llnee and In order to Mectlon itt theno South alone tWeet .. lit It IT I' II and 10 of the south boundnry of Townehlp can be Improved appreciably n vnewwcoiev.esy,," n I
    ceuee th* population of th* rrspen.tins boundary of Said Section 54 Range ll Town.1 II Houthi thence West alone eald: today a* well a* those connected Rock /IPaula 11''" jfolly bergen
    DlnuTuli ta b* more nearly and alone the Weet boundary ofilortl alone the South boundnry Township line te the SW corner of ,
    equal It le h.o.... the loiii I, 10, IS and li of Tow tlona II. II and 17 of Townihlp P, Section 14, Township II South with the home. Listen ---j1fr--; .--ewie>M MMI lexcn.
    County Comrnli.loner'Z1.trlot llnee chIp n South. .. ilanes It r..t to ,South Rane. II 11:.... to the SW Rang II East thane North to good suggestions from kin. Hudson I "Ventiss "
    b* revlmd: tile BW corner of sold Section II: corner of Mid Section STi) thence, along the W.., boundary of Seotlon. .. ,nore
    NOW THEREPORR.' DR IT thence Kant alone the Souboundary South to the BW oorner of the 14. If It, 15, 1. and t of Be helpful In their desires 1111l
    OniJKKFD by the Board of County of gectlone II. It: and Ito1 NW corner ef Section 14 Town' mail Township and Rang te the and reach true accord. HOWARD HAWKS sTt vi.n SSONEtD lover
    Commleilo or. 0 loll Couni Township 17 South, Hang It ehlp 10 South, RAn II East: South boundary of Townehlp II you l '
    Florida, li. r.olar ..u.loo dulyao..mbl.d Rut: tl* th* SB corner of mid thence Welt alone the South boundary South theno Teat along saId LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) By 4jdarlinu"
    that the boundary llt .. Heetlon I4| theno North to the of th. NH of Beotlon M, It Townehlp line te the W500 bound- with associatesand
    of CommleMoner Dlatrlcti No. I. NH comer of paid Section. 151, and II, paid Townehlp and Range.' ary of lounge tl "..1111 thence sitting down I
    I. I 4 and I be and they mrs thenoe luaat alone the North ,and alone. the South boundary of. North lone said Rane line to analyzing the talent. of
    hereby; reviled and altered ao aeIcreafter boundary of Section II and to oiTownihlp tha N\4 of Seotlon IS and IH of It* Intereecllon with the Wltlilaooocfcee task ahead Ii
    to Inrlud. the follnwlnt C7 Smith, Rang 15 East Township 10 South, Range 17 Kaat Itlveri thenc Kuterlialone each and the a i ..s.netMCIlflI TO am w wm fulfilS!

    iHiidi; In Polk County, Florida, to. to UN iutornotit'ne with the c... to It* Intereeotlon with the center \\lthlaooochee River tc fine new bail of operationcan SMOWN AT .. achucle
    "'It: lot lIne of th.. KeHhoard Air Line lIne_ ef..the'! A Atlantic .Cout Line the Cut boundary of Range tl be inaugurated Get important 111 till ONLY eonnofjBIG
    OIITRICT, NO 1Bfglnnlnt I Rnllroaa I thence Southerly\ along Ir Ea.ti thence North alone said CHINA IXeOllli _a__......_.......
    on th. Wait boundary, Hi center r lln. of eald Kallroad tolIntereectlon the : :.rtllli:* oro laid Railroad I Ran e* lln* te the North boundary correspondence han i SATAN NEVER SLEIPS"I _..- _.-_.-"" .

    of Polk County at the Inttmemlonnf Its with the Wn.tboundofy t* Its Intereectlon with the North of Town.tlp tl south thence dled well. Buy. sell wisely a 105.0111 st.LLAM I M/m, HeMea eilften Wek ---.....-.-...-.
    the cntr line of the Atlantic of Clayton Road In Seo- boundary of Beotlon 14 TOwnship Eut alone paid Townehlp line to ----- -
    Co..? Line Railroad with th. Wmt lion 4, Tewnahlp tl South. Rant* 10 South Rang If Eati thenoe the Point ef Beginning. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 11)If ) NIXT ATTRACTION l _IMICOOC
    boundary of R.n. tl East In Hon.' 21 Faett thence South alone' theWeet West alone the South bounder AND BB IT FURTHER ORDER. -- -
    lion II .f 'rowneblp SI South of boundary ef Mid Clayton of Section 17. Jl, IS and SO of ED that a copy of said deecrlp- you contact real ixperts in "LOVE WITH THE
    maid rant for a point of b.glo.1 Road te Ita Intereectlon with the Township it South, Range 17 Eaet: tlona b* entered upon the minutes your field you find that you
    ring! run tltsnOe South along the South boundary of Ih* NW't of to the NW corner cf said, RecOlor nf thl Board and that a certlfled PROPER STRANGER"
    Went boundary of Rang II Gael the SKI H fN" Beotlon dt thenc 14. thence Bouth to th* IW cor-' copy thereof b* published can increase own Income in TIME RODEO
    to Mouth belnr the 8W oorner or .f the PHIl of said Section 4; West along, th. :;:; Ive weeke In the Lakeland Ledger.
    rh'k ; thane Ea.t along i theoct South alone th* We.t of TowneWp 10 South te tie"Bae't a nevepeper of general circulation make any needed repairs to TAMPA IMSlht
    ""t'.ntc.I1: of Township bound.-* of the BF.J cf the StIll ahor ef Lake Oarfleldi thence and publlehed In Polk County. property. Be economical but Present This Ad .

    II South to the BIS! ) corner of Ii.... of saId Beotlon 4 to It* In I."' '''. Northfrly, and Wlltorl along. 01. Florida, and that a certified' copy And Resolve" Wf" rWe Mrfrmncl
    lion 14, Townahlp It South Range tl l with the Northweeterly chars of saId 1.1st to the OInl.r of enid mlnutei be furnished to not penurious. *
    14 Eaati* North alone the 1 boundary of Let I, Much II produced ill,. .0 a nenal tab. .- th. Secretary ef Slat of the. State UBRA (Sept. 23 to. Oct. 22)) FREE DESSERT with .......,.. ......" Prone all
    Eaat boundary of Hoctlona 14. 17 NnTth.a.t.rly of Lena Vleta and Pease Creek Canal of Florida ever Hie ......." rMlaf rtli,
    II, 15, 10 and I of Townahlp II Subdivision a* recorded In Plat r.i'.n. the 0.0105 ISo. oi r STATS Of FLORIDA ) The Ideal day to state your With Evenint, M* lServlafi tenth. T.i.. atecktI
    South Ranee it East and of 80llona Bonk II, Pair 4IA of the .Publt th* East boundary COUNT OF POLK ) cherished alms to those closeor
    14 17 and II of Townehlp II Record of Polk County, ....rld.d] of the WH cf Beetlna It Town- I. D, H Sloan, Jr, Clark of tho1tr4c'
    South, kange 14 Jut: to th. NE thence Bet hip II South, Ranee II Eait 1 of County Commie.loner of at a distance Since you
    corner of eatd Section III then.. Northwaaterly w:4: : hence Noilh alone the Eaat I FlorIdo. hereby e.r. are at your charming best. I I :00 .......1,00 ,.... 9J.

    Weet along the North bOUndary Lot I xtnde and the North i iw..t.rlS' boundary of th* WM ef Sections tifF tiet Sb. above Iloeoletioe Is 5.00 ...m-I :00 a... '.55
    of aid Section II and of Section boundary of Lot I to the Jt, tt, to. It I and I ef Townehlp a true and ,, from the Be gracious, smiling. This
    II, Townehla II louUi. Rani 14 moet Weiterly oorner *f Mid Lot H South, Ran II Et to Ih."oo.rJ .I 'minutes of the oT'"l-- County bring excellent response. Six1. *.
    East to th* NW corner of mid I, Hlork II; thenoe loulheeeterly :VH the t..JI11; of thi I Comml .I lonr* :, II, II :00 ......*00 ,... '.55
    rieotlon Ill thenoe North along tIc aloof the 8outhwetrly boundary :; then I 1040' SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
    Eaet boundary of Bectlnna 17 I "f Lots I and I to the fleet North. Weet alone the North boundary i WITNESS: my hand and offIcial will II
    and I of Townehlp II Mouth and rly> corner of Lot 15 In Hlook u: <>f the SH of Section ( and I toIt Ueal of ....t Hoard this 1th day ol 21) Serious study uncover I
    of Section IJ In lown.hlp ID South thence Southweaterly' I mo.l Intereentlon with th. Lnathor I January A. U, 1B4I.SlkAU the knowledge you want at RESERVE TICKETS NOW
    all In said Range 14 East to lhNH Weeterly eorner; of Lot.Ir.'h' <-< of Eagle; Lukei thence North.: ( this time to Increase future 61
    comer of Mid Section It: Houtheaeterly alone the North. ort;' '.n'th* Feet ahor of laid I>, If, rr ell tlcaef 'Infematlee' akeiwTmae
    thence aaat alone II'. Houth eaeierly right-of-way lln* ef leos 1.ale : Inuneotkm with the BOARD success. Don't neglect getting/

    boundary of Seotluna 21. 17, Mand VIsta Boulevard to III Intereeotlon Houth U t-otrh th* NW>4 of 1 : surroundings In fine order I Itt-7111 er II4.IIII er
    tl of Township 10 South., wllh the Weet boundary of thrMBit lilt Si It. Townehlp POLK COUNTT. FLORIDA ; *eree.. J>akLenl etamn* I"J'
    Rente It Sat to He Intersection ef the nut* ef Mid Seotioil iS South. Range II Lull thepo iI By Jab. IOR8Y W. BLAIN later. Add artistic touches 2411 So. Florid" A,.. 153111. .'0 TW .... .. .TON.. ."...
    with the Eaa( f: '.noe South to the SW corner, ;..tsiongsa Id South boundary U'Pllty C1"k j I .t _.._
    lung 14 tail thence'j..1rtr : :1 IIf laid *t;


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    LAKELAND LEDGER. Tuesday. Feb 4. INI 111


    e' Whet's you problem For '% Mawsi X6149.00 ?: If elrt SUCH ABU WOULD UPSET YOU ..

    OOTWO) reply \writ roTime

    Bon 16S. Beverly

    Has FlownAbby Collf. ,end Include ) /

    Mlf'OddrtaMd tramped en

    ,lop.. Abby omwen' oil .Ntr. TN

    Abigail Van Buren mall.

    DEAR ABBY A year ago last November my daughter fore. Welt that boy could not sit down without this girl bw

    wit married In Las Vegat. She was four months along then plopping herself on his lap. She always had to be holding NOT A WATCHMAN Tilt NIGHr DID THE KISitp Dlot NE SHE SO MA.V IT CAN'T SiR..f-A DO BRITISHGENTLEMAN THAT:

    but. to save face we told everybody the had been secretly his hand, smoothing his hair and she would not let him out TUPttNCI WAS CRIMMAI. Wyt aDMtsea. IrA A
    married In June right after her high school graduation Her of her sight for one minute. We tried hard to like her, Abby, I'M Of M'EMGLANP LEFT!! OVERPOWERED OVERKYTI4E WOMAN!? DOES NOT

    husband was In the Army but was able to get a 10-day emergency but she was disgusting! Our son Is a college Junior and so is SCOTLAND WAS rOBfcttVA.RD > POWER OCSCRIM KISS AND

    leave at that time. Now he won't be able to come she If you were us, would you tell your son what you 'S S' LAST HKiHT/J/ CRIMINAL!? YOU? HER!; TELL!!

    borne again until he U discharged In October, when our grandson thought of such a brazen girl? METHODS- QUITE

    win be a year and a half old. Everything happened to HIS MOTHER P R10NTII'

    r fait there wasn't time for showers or even a wedding recep DEAR MOTHER Only If he asked me. t

    tion. The kids will have to start housekeeping from scratch

    and they don't have a thing. Would it be proper to give s
    DEAR ABBY Can tell the brides who S
    them : you me why never
    a big shower-type wedding reception when her husband
    gets back found time to get out their thank-you notes always manage

    WONDERING to find the time to get out the birth announcements

    DEAR WONDERING: You may honor the couple with a .

    "party," but I wouldn't recommend a "shower-type wedding DEAR MRS.t Thai's not always the cane It Just seems -- -

    reception" for parents of a, one-and.-haU-ear-old child. that way.

    Recently our son brought a girl to our SECURITY MAKE HER POWER-RAV HER HANDS SHESSEHIND
    home so we could meet her. He is probably serious about nearest most people come to perfection la when they are filling TNATIS ON ORDERS FROM EFFECTTVE." HER ASLEEPPbACCK 00 j

    her because he never brought a girl home for us to meet be- out an employment application d THE SECRETARY OFF Lt SO Silt
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    24 Bobbles, 49 Russian I

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    Open 8 A.M.-9 P.M. Phone 686.2174
    2 Pain the 47 Fuel 1

    TOMORROW AFTERNOON :I Ship's nose IS -Cultivated? 50 wasteland Russian /

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    a T3 !::1{ T.Ik Nawi r .a rar. Lava N Lila language 28 Stacker Containing / GOING TOI EVEN HAVE BUS FARE/ lI GIVE ME THE FIFTEEN
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    S-ar>._04 Maka a-Daal 1 (a> -Ann......... ....-,. capital 29 Region 56 Silences DOLLARS HIT
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    11 Print made 42 Seaport In 66 Fodder :
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    from stone Kyushu 67 African I

    12 Flower Japan antelope

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    TMIS IVININttId Of MoscowIs -' ; ,.0 Best seraphim wear halos
    .tSts.Mvs.w _i _ with aplomb.
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    I'._> -T....._aal.aardanartitn .__ killer." Vladimir lonesyan AFTCa 7Na cow A CICL MUtT ac A \ / ANGEL fUMT I* AWof NOW BVS Vc>Na 1 W/IILC a-G-E-
    t..> OffTOMO..OW who was accused of murdering WAf ins:riD MEMC&R FEZ spprJ-i / i4TASL14HED tucor.r THINK YOU AMP WOO 5000 OILS
    T... Numaarla five persons and raping ri } VN-WHAT POTiiA, AOo, THi RULse NAVi 5eaNosJ II A NEW OUTPITCAMPU4 DUD uf Ills tins 005. 01RLIGTO
    .. .......a. Intarluddla a girl, has been executed by a lief NAPPBNED Willi CNAN65P.. CM MDNTHI Sul NoeoOY NorCEDSBFORS. / NURTOKIPPER oi4TAP01 A
    a Je-.... POrre Town Are Advertised In The LEDGER Classified I F AP! .,. IPLAINC T i. AN ICOTT lJ
    is-is. ......._ firing squad the Tass news 1 '
    AU> .. -..-. N agency reported. Section. Check Them Now' -- "" R.i7.T.C.:1re.c .
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    {). ::Canaiaa Tha AMNNw. The official Soviet news agency

    TOMORROW "FTa.NOON said that lonesyan's miss (II)

    II It It yO---aluateal N.M................Car....... tress, Alevtma Dmitneva-who .. : av

    II. a.--Vrinvjrat Muaiaal Intarludada ..,..,.. reportedly assisted him by wip- ; ) = : I Ill oO s a ti1fi
    I'2a-Har.aana a. ....nad i ing the blood off his murder ax. J 4.
    T.k. A NuM
    10-.Muaiaal Intarludd was sentenced to 15 years Im- ..
    a 2*-Mad'C C.,...ta the w I g.Ot 1
    Io-Our F...,"..,". Warldla prisonment by Supreme
    i 1.1 O.k lnsNlYwIS.L.nt Court \

    -..w law II The 28-year-old lonesyan, a ; 1 \ l l60w1ETIMES
    I s.-Lnw ... L...... -A' _
    _h.. Mw I Former comedy singer, and
    ..-....- his mistress went on trial several -
    days ago at a secret loca- Just tell us how much money you needto ---
    DATE tion for slaying two women and WI6H
    bills for home improvements
    pay car I IM 6TTIN 06 ONE IN BrrD MOM HADN'T' SENT
    Congress finally ruled that three boys. The for court rejectedlonesyan's repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal p /r V BAGS UNDER MY EAloi N16MT ME TMi3 PWK
    plea a pardon. for service r EYESIr '.t AND Tili ELECTRIC 6lANICETr
    after 1941 the fourth Thursday) lonesyan terrorized Moscow expenses Phone prompt r Vr' FIRit ONi

    of November would be observedas for two months until he was arrested LOANS UP TO $600IIDimDI / U I-

    Thanksgiving Day and wouldbe two weeks ago.
    a legal holiday. .

    WOULDNT YOU I DRAM MEN. Norway (AP-A .=.

    IUSINISS LOOK special Norwegian glue will be ..

    GOODRIGHT exported to the United States FINANCI SERVICE, INC.

    HERE for use by spacemen. The glue of Lakeland /
    will hold electrodes to the heads Y
    and bodies of astronauts to 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor .MU 2.7183

    ? check their physical condition.


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    Twrxlay. Feb. 4. 1N4LCQAL ma SNOW ISroo
    But boundary of Kan*. It East to the BB corner of amid till a"" of ..leI Section II: ThERe WAS DEEP FOR
    ADVtTSIMtNTNOTICI Had. to Ita Intersection with the Heotlon. II| theno South along th. thMce North to the KM eerner eth REALLY
    South .boundary ..I TownshIp IfHouUii WOOL boundary of Section I*. Want H of the BWU of said ABleDLZZARD ME TO GET 1O
    : UNDIR FICTITIOUS: thenoe Kant: along aaldTownahlp Townnhln, II Mmitn, Rang H Baa. Hectloa III; theno Bait along the $ SCHOOL
    NAM TATUTNOTICW Mouth boundary ta the to the SW oorner of the NWH of Mouth boundary of th. NH or
    IN 1IKHKHT OIVICM HW opener of Kectlon ll, Townahlp paid Section l Uienoe Kaat to the _loti. si and II <. It. Inter.Motion LAST NIGHT
    that ROBERT C. H11BRMAN d. SI SOuth, Hang n Kaet thenoe Northwest. eorner of th* NKU ... with eenter lln* ef South
    air* to ..emrag In bu.I"... nnn>, North to the NW eorner of the th* NKM: of the SW( of sold Float Street. In the city of winter .
    the fl-itllloua Hum* at BTTUK WK of the SWU cf eeJd Heel Jon II""UunIb."o.. Smith to 00. In. U th* South;
    CKAFT KITCHBNM at 1SSI KM III thenre Id See' tereeclton of the Went boundary. theno'M'J"t: : eantar line
    Magnolia "tFSt. Lakeland, Flor- lon SI to the NU oorner of the of Ohs Or ( of thu PE( of lbs of said Pleat Street and the *.-
    Id.i that I. I. lb. ol. .wn.r ('hW of the HBK:( of saId Section ,SWt saId Snctloo IS with I Oh. tmtalon of said center lion through .
    and inoi'retor Ih..or .nel thfttIl III thence. Mouth to the SIb oorne !inter lln* of U. B. Hlgfwar II; Lak silver t* It. InUnectlon trim .. .:
    0 Intend. to ragliter. eaio" flo.IUIou of sold Section 111 theno Baa ,theno* ,, r'i' the North boundary ef the .KM ,
    name with th* ClorH of along the South boundary Town. center lln* of Section I?. Townahlp tl South
    tli* Circuit Court of Polk County, ship Si south to II. Intereeotlon ,Intereeoilon with the center line Rang II Haiti l theno We.t aloni
    Florida mirauant tll Florid* &. with th* center lln* of Peacn of Xing Head t"Tn alonith the North boundary of said SIt.
    tutu Chapter MB.OK. River tlienoe Northerly' and Northwsot.riy center ins Road atw of ._Ion IT to lbs We.terly rightof -
    ROBERT C. SHERMAN: along the center lln* of ,of Thornhlll Stead to its lntenotlon ., ,way Hn. ef the Atlaatla Coaat
    coin Peace flour and of Haddl Creekhoundarjr with th* South Una Railroad! thanoe Northerly _
    '..- .51Z2 UIe w....._.. ......__'__uIIn.
    i ; :: of Section 10 along l th i-.i l-'nd'j7't;;; ; "
    IN THB CIRCUIT COimT. Tawnehl lali ef .. Railroad to th* South
    TINTH JUDICIAL >* outli.. Rang II HaitI! thanoe Townehlp si to skI ahor of Lake boundary of Section I, Township
    POLK FLORIDA.CIRCUIT. Want ..1"be North boundary Haneooki Ihenoe Northweeterly', ft South Rang M Eanti thenoe ;;
    ,IN OCUHN.T: of pail Section ID and er Section Weaterly and 8ouUiwterly along Bart along the South ,boundary ef hNE-A MdWTO'3FCHftfActIIS5PATIONP
    CASH NO. 11741 DOCKET II II and IS ef Towonolp H South, the ahor of I", ke Uanoock ta He 5.0010,,. f land S of said Town 0tYAcM S THE1E'TA7EDIW.L4Zc
    Rang 14 Kant to the NW Inteneotlon th. Wt eld $ aa0-
    PAGE NO. II oorne on of able and Rang to U.>. SH eornernf
    WILMHnt!: of said Section Hi theno Bonn Lake Hancock with the paId Sooth said. Section S| theno North
    SMITH. along tli* Weet boundary .f Seolon. boundary ef Township II breath; to the MB comer of Said ....11011 ; ; s9 : .
    Pllntlt.BAEAk M and II of Township .0 thence W.., along the loath II thene Beat along Soutb :
    "ANT* louth. Bang 14 Kant to th:* SWcorsar boUnd...,. of said Townahlp II to boundary; *f Township riho.. to f
    Defendant.RM1TH. ef said Section III thanoe rpNr. eoraer of Beotion 4. Town- Ohs SE ...nee1 *l Poetics tt. Tewneblp ___ I- ; fJ
    NOTICB, OP aU'TTit" Weal along th* South boundary ofr.otIona South, Rang Si Knot; IT SoutH Range ti Raat,
    BTATB Of FLORIDA $ 14 and II of Township PS 'hence Bouth along the Want thne North along the Beat boun
    BARBARA ANN lOs South, Hang* 14 But to the BK boundarr *f Section. 4, II, II. dary of said Section" SI and of ;
    8MITH. oorner of Section IS !l and II of 19 Seotlo
    Whuo. Townahlp IS Townehlp South, SaId Townehlp and
    reeldenoe .
    la A mailing addreae South, Rang 14 Baati thence Range 14 Kant to tr.. BW eorner Ra.slgl, t.hit. lotoroutbon! with Oh.n.ntne .
    : Unknown North along lbs Nail boundary of of sold Section II; th...... Ese line of M.S. Highway IT-M. ,
    Soft You for ar* hnrxbr notified that s Hei-llona I 80, VI. to, 11. I and I In ,along' the South boundary nf ...Id thanoe Weaterly along the eenter: Iaj i iGcL..ThATiII
    divorce he.
    been (11.4a.nlnnt Town.hlp II Month, Rang 14 Kant !Heollon IS and of Beolloa 14. paId lln* of said Highway to Its In.
    .- iron In the above ..ntltI..d.aun.t.n to the Smith boundary: of Town I Town.blp and Range to the BKcorner tereectloa with th. Kurt boundary

    to 1 .trat.. you. nri. or b.t'shyIOIIII'OII .hip II Houthi thence Kant doug, ,,f paid. Section 14: thence "f Heotlon IT, Town.hlj) IT South,
    .rv. onny your he Sunlit boundary of said Town North along the Float boundary or.aid Rang* M Knot thenre North along
    *newer WALTKR t r other written defenmalllion hip( II to the: sib; cornier of the : Section 14 and or Sectloa 17aid the Rant boundary ef ,..lone if
    W. MANt.KYnlalnlirra W U of Hectlon II, Townahlp( Ii, TowiwMp and Rang to Olin 31. It, II and I ef .Id Town.hlp
    attorney, *hoae ldro.I. Mouth flange 14 E.." (theno \M corner ..f said Section n. and Hang to the NBJ earnar ot
    I. R U. Bos S5I. Lakeland, Klorlilnim North along th* Foot. boundary of thence Meat along the South boundary aid Sectkth SI 11.180. Went'
    or barer tl>* 17Ih Oar of fabruary the WH <,( Hevtlon II and of the of Sections it and 14 of Town I I"hip : Norm baondary oh Township aonr -

    A. 1 I.)1h 1k64'n'to"ii r'I or Wi4 of lection II of sail Town. tl $' South Rang 14 Kant and' IT South to th* HB rom.r ,.r
    chip and Jiang to Its Interaeotlonwtiit along the South boundary of Section Heotlon li, Townihlp SI outh,
    the.' Clvrk of th. aliov ..tttndourt the Kavt rl ht-of-..ay line 1$. Township II South Range. 'tan,. is But th....* North 1
    null the written original of aald. anaweror nr th* AtlantM Coaet Lln. Railroad !l Kant to its Intersection with along' the East!: boundary of. Sec- "IoMAT MAKES MENura &0 -it''

    defunee., If any ; thenoe Northwesterly along the eenter line of Saddle Creek; Mona' 5$. t* M IT S and I cf ; op THCCUJM6YT S
    tr you Suit to do ao. decree pro sold. Railroad right-of-way lln. to Oh...,. Southeasterly along th* Town.hlp M'I"th, hatiga II Hail ,
    uonfeneo will be entered agalnnvou ta Interaction with the etnnlon center of said 1 crek to Ito tutor and. oJOPIf Ul'I..t boundary .f JIJL

    Die Comptuint.WITNEIII for the .relief demanded In, of the center lln. of McDonald neotlo* with the center line of H8OUon. It, $15. Ia I?. I and S or ,
    MOrSel ot the City of Lakaland; Peace Creek tbnc KaetrlyCreek township II lI""th. Ranre ,
    my hand and official ihenne Vffmt alonv tt M. ...,....,.... alone. the ..,... tin. .., p"""".,. to U. PoInt ..t 1I1..tow" II East
    eel of office at lI.rt"" Polk Coun otntll. center- -lln;* of afoDonaldstreet and. Pac* Creek -Canal-to; DIITHICT NO.".- =

    ty. Florida, this Ilrd day or Jan. and. along the center lln. o. :its Intereeotlon with th* Kait )t'gtnnlog| at a Point the
    uory;; Lt >>. m. McDonald Stret to It. Intereectlon .. boundary of th* WU of Section I Worth boundary of Polk gun "1
    ( with the center lIne of South It, Townahlp II South Range It being the N\V corner. of Section I, $
    D. K SLOAN. JR. IcirMa' Arenu In sail City thenoe Faat| thenc North along' the fownablp M South, Ranr 14
    Eaat t
    Clerk Circuit Court North along. th. center lln. o. But boundary of th* WH of DM- fec point of B drmlnit' run H !
    Br Vivian A. Purvla Florida Avenue to Its Intwaootlon tlona II, I), 10, and I of theno Month along Want boun. .A2..LrZNODENT
    L 674 DemitClerk: with th* center lln. of th* Atlantic Townahlp tl South 7R"nll* ts East dary of B.ollon. .Itht, II, 14, K (
    Count to th. NB .
    Line Railroad thence corner of the NESt of nd II In Townahlp II South
    NOTICE: Of INTENTION TO Wei-terly along th* eenter lln* of the HWU of aald Suction Si thence tanfi |4 Kant jd along h. w'., :
    HOISTB" FICTITIOUS' NASh told Railroad to lb. point of Be- Weat alung the North boundaryof boundary of Heotlon 1. TownoMp -- :
    The underelgned d..... hereby ginning. th. SH of ."""" and I toIntersection M South R..... 14 East to the BW
    cr-rllfy that It ta DISTRICT NO. u. with th. Eastuhor. oorner of
    conducting a t Beotlnn 1 hail aforesaid: "= -- -
    etorag* bu.lne.e I at lakeland Flor. Beginning at the SW corner. of e of Eagle Lak*i theno th.nn. East t* th* in oorner of aaldneelion : : .'4
    ida under the Ilottit"ti. of Section 16, Towu.Hp. II South, Northerly along th* East shore of ; It along thn
    Mun.hlne Mover and that ..Idllrm IUn... I' Kant .n the South .aid LeJi to It* Intersection with teat d "'lIOo.tS Sectlona: 13, II, .
    I. compoed of th* following per bunondary or I'olk County for a the South boundary of lbs N\V(4 :4 and SI of Township zt South
    ron. whoa name. and plaoea of Point of Boglnnin ; run thone. of th* BWH of Section' II. Town Ran.. 14 East': to th. IB comer .Y 1m
    re'ldenoee. ar*. ... follows, North along Oh. Weet botondary ship I !l South, Range 2l Rant: ,of said Section III thenc Weal P4E1poohidy
    M H Btorag. Inn. PHI 01 "' ''''''I..n" IN. ". II, 14. H and, th.nrs East along said South along th* North boundary of I... -o? WHEN YER COT'CXMB tAS'N.OHT/' ) YCR r STOP: flMCHIrTVS' WORNlV
    Went Memorial t In boundary tn the HH corner of paid (Ion ?
    Boulevard, I said Township and 'tan. and II, |6 and 14 of Township .
    lakeland, Florida.ornereMp ot 1I..lIon. 15. 18 and II In To..n. I.JWti cf th* SWU bOf sold II tw 26 W80- 14 Fait to the PAPER OOTOP 'E* LCSTER-SOX ON 1
    of Nunahlne Mover. .hlp 81 Soulh Stanga I. Esal to thou ill thenc < the NRoorner said SectIon 14, VE WAV If'of
    la aa folioratlejlnler tIn NW "orner (.f saId HectlnII _of the W>t of th. HWA thonoe lIInutlt .10. sla Wt ......ft.
    Ii .A II .,01'.... mo JIIO". ; theno- Want along'- --I-h.- punIsh- of said faction 111 thenc East>: It (I. 011" Int."lIon to 00(11 1 to boundary' of Sectlona 11 and 1* to long th. South boundary. of the th* Went boundary of Sectlnne I,
    the Clark ot the CIrCuit Court In the SW o ortnertfaa II Section It, N" of Haotlone II and II to Its 10, U and (I of TownshIp 17 South.
    .lId for Polk County. ,FInrlit to Township II Mouth, Rang 14 Peat; nteraeotlon with the renter lion Ranee II Haul to the SW cornerof
    J the oath name of SunshIne tb.nn. North along th. Weal of Houth Flrat, Street of the City said Snotlon tit th no* Rant ,
    Mover under the provIsIons 0' boundary of Seotlona II I and 4' of winter Haven, produced to tl.. alone the South boundarr of Boo.tlone .
    fhap.r loOks, Laws o< Florida, of Townahlp II Sooth Range t4 Mouth.) thenoe North"ID"t"t II, || and) 14 of Townahlp .
    Ate of 11111. Rant and of Section II, Township center line of paid 17 South Runje (4 Kant to the .
    WItness our hand. thIs IStb day 90 S4 Hunt to the and the .""n.lo. of sold oenti IB corner faction 14;
    ."Imlita., 1164. I Hectlon lI. In. through Lak Silver' to Ito .incraoctlon thenoe "bto"th* Nil oornerof I
    I it H H STORAGE INC. thence Kant along U1. North with the North boundary saId Bwilon 14.: thence Kant.
    Itueiell f.. 11..11"r..ld.nt boundary ef Seotlona IS. 14. 11 and of th* BIE:'i of Section IT. Town- alone th* North botindirr of II.....
    II ff townshIp 10 South, Range hip II Sooth, HoopS tl Kant; tlone II and. ll(> of Township 17
    Violet O. Beaiell 24 Kaat to the NB' corner of said thenel \v.t along th* Noroh Kouth, Rain iS Kant te its In. zt-
    Secretary .Mectlim 14: North along boundary of aald HEIi of Sectkot leraectlon with the oento.In.. of :
    worn to and aubaeribM to by ihl East boundary of Rang 14Baat IT to thu Weeterly rlltltt.orIIn. -....' tb. Seaboard Air Una Railroad -q
    f Russell F. Beaiell. and Violet Otiea.oll to Ita Interaectlon with the ( of the Atlantlo Coast th nance Kouthnrlr alone the center _
    Pre.ld.nt and 8eor tary South boundary of Section 16 Railroad: thane Northerly along I In. of. aald Railroad. : t o its Inter-
    re.uotlvelr of II H Mtorage, Ino Townahlp M South Rang 14 Kant; th. We.Urly right-of-way Sins of b the Went boundarr an- 1 ATTHETHEATERSTsdaet I
    before me bin Uth day ot January hence Hoot to the HW oorner of .e I Railroad to the South bound rtJ't Road In Section 4, -
    A. t). l 64KUWARD. SectIon II, Townahlp 20 .ry of Section I, Townahlp tl Township 21 south ","nr. U East:
    A. tlXSCIIR Mange U Rut; thenc n butr.; South, Range II East: thenc Haiti hence South alone the Went otLMAee05lVIN'Satan, and 115101, .
    Notary' Futile ii.. NW corner of tlie MW t 0'Ih. long th* South boundary of Seo- boundary or said Clayton Road to "
    f PAL: ) tiWU of paid. Heotlon 11 ; lone I, 4 and I of paId Townshipondlinos. ta Interaction with the South Setsr ".',('&VI I "VOl PAIKBU8O 'tn. I'.
    H.G" heno* Rait to the KH corner of to.tha 1111I ..0...... n' boundary or tOo Nwu of the BKUof TH..T. .
    -- -- Cnrdioul. '
    IN-TH. Ca"CUIT COURT' 0" 'h* 8K44 or the HWH of aald Bec< aid Hi-otlon l| thenc North to, MM Section 4; thence Ka: .t-to 4 Today ,AstgiAuD To,00.roet DIVS.lPs'tiip .v .; .9I "ro Tll
    THSt TBNTH JUDICIAL( : Ion Oil; then. South, to th*. BE tha NH corner ef said Section S, the NW corner of the BE 4 of Tod.r 'Vb* hail sad \ : : e.tT' .
    IN AND FOR POLK CIRCUIT: corner of said Hectlon 111 thence thones Eat along tbe South the 8BV. of said Section 4t thence The Uared.* :; 1 W ; l' u.ri:"
    FLORIDA. IN COUNTY. Raat alongthe South boundary or'I'own.hlp boundary of Township IT South Month along the Went. boundary fOlkTod.f $ : LP t : \
    IIOXNlliI IEAN CMANCaRYTATI ) II South to Ito 'Intertlon to the BB eorner of Seotlon IS, of th* SB"4 ot th* URU: of said threneii; : : S FaKHr or 'a.pI"
    n. ) .. with the center. line of To..n.blp 37 South Range tl East; Section 4 to ItS Interaeotlon with -
    OW.. Plaintiff _) Riven thenc! Northerly" th..nce. North along the East the North.....,....!, boundary of Lot Stars 'johnn, .' a.7 Tanan World", lt..." o
    PATRIC'IA long the atnter of 1'eace River to boundary cf said Section IS and I, Block II produced Northeaaterly "'. rltL"vgliMSooM: 1
    ETTA BOZETT 1'.0. Creek. thenc. Ka.Urly or Section II, said Townahlp and of Lana Hubdlvl.lon aa re aaiviIMTtdir
    TAYI/OR, I long th.' center linn ef Peace Range, to It. Intereeotlon with thenter corded In flat Book : "The."Ihunt Pa aol GROVE PARK
    SUIT Defendant reek and of Peace Creek Drain. lies of U. S. Highway I?. of th* Puhilo I R. ::. 1':1.I I "Tb* alav.

    CASH!FOR NO. PARTITION SMIT'IS'II oga i Canal to Ito Intersection. Snnotion Oil theno We.terly along th* County, Florida th....'. .,.?.?...... A1UtAt D.le*I eiTIII"Four for .1 Shtpplnf Center
    NOTICE TO ( II, Town.hlp n.tto"' enter lln* of said Highway to Ita rely alone I Pall. ) Nortliweaterly _..
    IN TUB NAME 01"DEFEND THM H tif* M Kaat with. Lake nt.r.ectlon with the East bound- boundary of Poll Lot S mended Impel .9 1
    STATS) OF larfleld; thane South' along raid ocr of Heotloci 17, Townahlp 17 .>nd the Northweeterly. boundary New
    TO TUB DIWEXVANTIPetrl.l. FLORIDA Canal to tr. >hnr* of I..k* Oar. MoUth Range II Knoll theno of m':: C to th* mo.t Weaterly Iiti .* DRIVE-IN THEATRES $ln.wloE ., .
    Etta Itoaett field; thenc Southeasterly: along North along th* East bontnd.ryof of amId Lot i, Pinch 11 I .
    Tailor he ahora or Lake Oarfleld to the Sectlona 17. It 1$. ID and of .heno I '
    Houtheacterly along the
    whoee re.ldenoe .. OPEN 't15 SHOW 7:00 I 5.aOHk.
    and aid Carroll
    South of TownshIp and
    boundary Section 83, Rang to the Southweaterly, boundary nf bate I By Righter
    IIlIkno..1y..u! Township II South Range H E.' ; Northeast corner of laid BeollonI and I to the moat Northerly cor. Tenlghfi Tk. NbtT A14 1..0Shel
    hereby notified
    are that tb. 0.
    plaintiff In the above styled j Kant along the South thenc Weet along th* North i.r of Lot II In Block II: thJouthweatarly .. ... G* Out T* A Mevlet t
    ( filed a Bull for partition boundary or Sertlona II, 14, IS and boundary of Townahlp 17 South tn tbe matt Went. El
    the following deaorlned'. on 3e of Towimhlp II South Range 10 the BB corner of SuctIon 12, any corner ot lot 15; then,'. Bo- I
    property, 21 East to the SH corner of paid Towouhip $4 Fast:' ...1.1'1,. along th* Nortlieaaterlynnm : liOOoSO0
    altuate, and I ou'rohlh:11.u :
    lying being In the
    SeCtion lOb thenoe. North theot, North '
    : along 'ha Kant Iln. of Lora Viati
    County. of I'oik. male of Floridanior Kant boundnry of sold Section. It \' of Snetlo,,. II 0, Id : t.o; Ii. lflt.rnectloil I with Sill
    particularly de.rrlbed ...
    .login IS feet north 0.) the MS corner of said Section I and S of Township &S South: th.Wsot. _boundary If _the : Tuesday. Feb. 4. 1M1
    and 70S
    lab! thenc Knot along th. North Range tl Kant and along th* East ..r (n. oi rain SKIdof _
    feet of the HW
    th* NWU of th* eorner of 8.of boundnry of Section.' II. II, 11. 14 boundary of Section II: II, |u. "olOth to the IIW eorn. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Dec. 21) You have to participate '
    Stun 1 HWH? o. of Township SI South, Range 17 11, I and S of Townehlp is South, onli' of th. 55141 thence Until Midnight you have to '
    Town.hlp I south f.iJt':
    tt Kant. to Ita Interaectlon with Ih.oent. Range tl Kant to the NB corner Kant SB eorner of nail Si. actively In some mutual
    :, r't.IO: Kant theno, run thence .r line of the AtlantIC. Coast nf paid Section S.; than Want Inn 4; henna South sLog the many opportunities to reach anew
    feet, thence feet south *loll ea.t feet l"0, 1.ln. Railroad; thence 8oulhea.t long lbs North boundary of said We.t boundary of Section 10, and more agreeable accord : outlet with other U you wantto T'flit1.
    ip along said Rsllroa4 "iter Sin. rownahlp. Si Mouth to .il SB
    cor- Townahlp 2 1 South Range li Kant with
    thenoe meet
    went 100 feet
    te the : auccess. Get out
    point of beginning. 10 Ii. int.l.aetlon with .. North ncr of Section 14. TOwnship 14 to the BW eorner of th* HWti of with whomever you retard -

    .,.d that you ar* hereby requiredto boundar o. the S3b of Siseiton I., Mouth Range 9. Kaet! thenre aald Section! thence Ka.t: to the as partner and assoclat socially tonight. Show friends
    Township 21 "'South Ran. t7 F..t; North to the NH enrnorofss Id NW
    eorner of
    .. the NK1:" ef the
    or other.rv. written a (copy dvfon.o of Four answer H ElIot along the North Heotlon I4i theno. "'..t along the NEU: of the SWli of said SuctIon, i that not a moment of this how thoughtful kind. you BRANDO

    Philip Haddork. plaintiff upon. mundary of the 84 of Section' North boundary of SectIons 14, II. tbonrs South' to Ih. Inturoectionof preciouS: day and evening
    attorney li and If of said Townelllp amRange 31 and II of Town.hlp II South: the Weal boundary of truly are.
    whone &<14.... I p. o. t ahould
    oI83U > be lost Stay close to
    and along (1.0 North boundary tange U Kant to the NW eorner. I>f the REId of the ibfol.said
    fr.. th Uikeland* Itch cldo'1 on or be. of tli* KH of Hectlon SI, II of said Section Hi theno South lection 10 with the center lln. of those able to help you get almost CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to
    15(4. and before February, and II of To n>hlp II South,1 'o th* SW corner of .Id Section US. Highway Hi thence South.weMerly Jin. 20)) No better day than
    ltnm.dlutnly Maine tl Kt to the Kant! bound. 311; thenc along anything you desire In
    the NorthKiundnry '
    along the eenter lln. of this fteUGLY
    thereafter to file with or. to show
    the Cl'-rk big-wigs In
    of Oh oabuvsIyie 4 Court tIc nry of solO Section 13; theno, Bectlon 1, TownshIp nail Highway. to Ita Interaectlonwith personal!, business( or public public
    urlglnal of laid animer or said North to the NH oorner of ..ald.lI""tl..n I 21 South, Range t4 Ka.t t., the th* eenter line of Klni Road; outlet life that you can be a very
    II; Ih..n. Noel .10"11 11., Point of Ronlnoing. henc* South' along th
    written dofto.. If outer line valuable
    any ally. Be sure that
    North bound..r or tlecllo" 84, usn DISTRICT' : NO. 4
    King Road and of
    confeeao If you tall will to b do ao, decree pro od .8 t.f Township It Bouth."orth.. Beginning at the NW corner erectlon Road to Ita tnteraectlon Ttiornhlll with the ARIES (March 21 to April you have fine credit. Checkup flMERiCN'

    you for th* relief :.4-rlr;. R.nllO II Nest; and altog the 4, Town.hlp tl South.. !South boundary of Town.hlp II 19) Sitting down with partner on It right
    bounIory 01 8eotton. SI. 82, 13 Range II Baat for away
    Complaint.WITNESS. ,. a Point ef Beginning louth thenc. W... .I..nlllh. South
    ? my hand and efflclaaeal 34. I. and II or Township nl South : run (theno East along boundary of said II who will understand your AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb. IAITNANCOLORt A ;o An Otto Pr mlnt r Film
    of office Barlow hangS: it Bait and along tIe Northboundary the North boundary of .aid Town. South to the ahora oTOLlt. Ideas will bring I success
    at Foil :
    of Section I It, II and I, hlp> tl South to Ita Int.r.eotlon mok| thenoe" We.t.rly 19)) Getting out to new place
    Florida thu N'orthweaterly, -
    County, itO day of 31 f I* itnon nth th through corporate effort, Begin MOWM AT IS
    January. 1VI4. f> TownshIp South :, Kant boundary nf Ranju and Bouthweaterly along the with good business or OL
    (SEAL) 10 East to Its lttt.r.oo lion with the 26! Ka.t thenc South along said ibnre of Lola Hancock to Its Ineraectlnn advancing: quickly. Recreation
    D H. SLOAN JR. Wont ahor of Lake KI..I101neelW R.".. I lion 1 to Ih. South boundary on the West ilde of like is friends will help you to CLARK GAlLS STARTS THURSDAY
    Clurk Circuit Court : ic* Mouth tester ly along the; of Town.hlp II Southi tItan,. Kant Lake Hancock with th. pall South you Imperative find some lucrative InterestIng .
    it ahor* of Lak Kl..lmme,I along saId Township LANA TURNER"BETRAYED"
    Una to the boundary of Townablp tl South, tonight.
    By Dorothy Dunn
    .mod of the Kl.Klmmee River to It.I Kant boundary. of Rang 17 Ba.t, thence Weat along .aid Town.blp outlet. New acquaintance
    rMi Deputy Clerk .mertMi with th* South bound. hence Boutheaaterly. on a atralght In* to the SW corner. of the KH: TAURUS (April 20 to May has fine ideas. He or she
    ary of Town.hlp II South theno4Wool I line. along' the Kant boundary of if II Town.hlp IS South, COLON _
    ORDER' CHANOINdEfOUNOANIES along the South boundary Polk County tn the SB oorner of Rang. 'hi1 kooii: thence North 20) By cooperating with part may be of foreign culture.

    OF nf TownshIp SI South to the I'olnl: Hecllon .., Town.hlp 17 "'South along the. Wont boundary of the tierS, you find that you can PISCES (Feb. 20 to March
    COUNTY COMMISSION. of Iioglnbog.OilrICT. Hanre IS 1'':..'; thenoe Ka.t aloni East H of old Section II and
    DISTRICT( l's, *, 4. NO. S he North boundary of Township Suction tl, mid Townihlp and of add the comfort and beautyto 20)) Follow that Intuition that

    WHKKBAM, the Board of County Bnglmilng at a point on thi I a. bo.nth to itS lntot'na'tino with Rang, to It. Interaectlon with the surrounding that you desire. will lead to better understanding |
    f'ommlailoner* of Pnlk County North houndry of Polk fount)' OhS East ohor. of Cype... Laho: Baat right-of.way" Una of the Atantla
    Florida I did. by Order a.tnpt.d boin the NW corner. of Section I Ohunon Southerly an4 W.ptnpiif J Coast Line Railroad thence- I* your car in good run in personal affairs or ,,

    iwoembar: 17. 1581.>> alter and rvIsr I Town.b IS South, Hange H I .1011" the slot's. ot C'p.." lAke, Morlhweaterly. along ..Id Railroad ning order? Make repair and bring/ business $ucceus. Use .
    the boundarla of all election unureglatratlon Foot, for a Point of tieglnnlng,,. along Randy Creek and along Dead right-of-way line to Its In'.r...... safe side.
    precinct I n PolkWHKRKAU ron Ih"08 South along th. \\eat: River to th* North shore of baleHatehln.hat lIne with th. center lln* of Mo.Uonald be on the precision In all that you do,
    County sod boundary of ..'tlon. 1, II, It, 14, theno We.terly' end street of the City of Lake- say. Then success is assured. "THE HAUNTED
    21 June
    the said ravl.lon alI 25 and 31 In Townehlp it South,, Southerly along .Id ehor line and, produced te tbe Kaat: thenoe GEMINI (May to PALCE"V".CI.
    Jlud In boundary line of al Range II Cart and along. th. Wart: around the. North and W..t .ho.... Wont along oilS 1 McDonald Street0000r 21) You have every opportunity .. rmcg *
    County Coinmli.loner Lil.trlct.( tt boundary of Seotlon I, Town.SIp of Lake Hatchlneha ta the We.t line produced and along' 'b.oenl. Tbeatr of
    talents the
    no longer coincide wIth precinct lhsoutlt! Range 14 Kant to the I thorn of the Kle.lmme River, er line of McDonald Stre.t to now to get particular Stars ALaS AT 141 ONLY
    boundary_ linen and ..W "-"'0.. ..r .....tlo.-. 1 lut alora. henoe Moutherlv alone the WMI ltn Intereectlon with the center operating nicely for you.Gt TgVg MKVIt |*
    WHKIIEAH, change, in popula oath: ; thence East to th. (SH[ cornet ihora of aald River lo Lake. Klelmmee : lien of South Florid Avenue of take
    tlon Dr ".rlou. .re.. of Ih. Counl, of said section II thenc South' : thence Southerly along said Cltyi I thence North along the some studying done "THE SLAVE"
    require OCua revl.lon or Count) along the East boundary of Hoc the Weit shorn of Lake center line of Florida I Avenue to an intereSt In younger ele .OOLO _
    CommissIoner Dletrlct hope. In or. lone 11. 19. 14 and 3t of Township to It* Inl."lIonth the It* Intereeectlnn with the center worthwhile
    dr to maintain approximate tl South Range S4 Kant to South boundary of Seotlon( II lbs o. Ohs Atlantlo COAl Line ment. Accept some
    equality of population: of sock he SH oi.rn.r of saId $lection 161 Townihlp 91 South Range 10 East" .Railroad: thenoe Weiterly along Invitation tonight. a o wNne wes
    County Commfa.loner Dlatrlot I and il'eno.a. West along Lbs North theno along the South boon.dary the center Line ef laid Railroad
    I-IC':: :::; to cauee 10.01, -.aW''h Salmon I*. IB i and of Seotlona II, 10. and 10 of to It* Intereeotlon with the Want MOON CHILDREN (June 22 Open 12:45 doris day
    said Ar.IIColm.1 Dl.trlrl 14 of 14 South, R* sold Township and Range, along boundary of Rants IS !!:e.1; lOosen All basic affairs New Shewinf I I
    line to co th. precinct 14 Kaat: t* lbs NW OaThs of sold the South boundary of Sectlo North along aalil Rang lion to to July II
    boundary Ii 4 In order tocauaa SuctIon 14; theno. South along Ohs 211, tl, IT. II. II and lOot Tow. the South boundary of Totrn.hlu can be improved appreciably I 5 TSO5OOiC0LOISTs a I II I janwsgariwrjjolly
    th* population of th* Wont boundary of said Sectlo 14 .hlp tl South Range II us :
    reepootlve Raet South boone* We.t along aald well a* those con .Rock/Paula/
    I .
    today as bergen
    Dlxtrlola to be more nearly and along th* Weat boundarymertlmie ajong the South bounel.". of Seo.tlona Township line to the SW corner of
    J equal It .la n......... the 0, It, II and II of Tow: II II and lIe of Township m. Hectlon 14, Townahlp tl South nected with the home. Listen I .--- .-
    County Comml.nloner 'bl.trlot llnea "hip IT '0111''". Ransa 54 East to South, Range II .., tn the SW Rang II Kaat: theno North suggestion from kin. Hudson I Prentiss .
    be. revlaed; I he BW Co rncrofna Id Heotlonhenoe II; ."i.r of said Seotlon Ill| thence. along the Went boundary ef Sec to good "/"(Weorer.
    NOW. THEREFORE. I1H IT East along the South South to the BW corner of the tlona 14, 17. II is, 14 and I of Be helpful in their desires
    OHPKKFD: by th. Board of County boundary' of lecllona It, It and IS NW corner of Section 14 Town. .aid Townehlp and Range. lo the and reach true accord. )| HOWAKO HAWKS,,**s* I
    Commla.lonera of Polk County, of Township 17 South Hang I. nhlp in South, Rang II Kant;: South boundary of Townahlp 1* you .
    Miirlda, In regular i-eielon( duly Kaat to th* SB oorner of paid thenoe. Went along the South noun. Southi' th noe Kant along saId LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) By darling"
    ..*.."'bl.d that the boundary llnee Section t4l thno North\; to Ih. dary of tho NH of Sectlona II, II 1 Town.hlp lion t* the Wont Boundary I
    ..r ('ommtn.knrer DLtrlcta No*. I, NR comer of said Section 141 and II, said Township and Range. of Range II Raati. tbence sitting down with associates!
    I. 4 and I be ant they or.horely henoe Haul along the Nn.wunclary and along' the South boundary of, North along sold Rang tin. to and analyzing the talents of j4LtWtJAj.tI,
    ; rvlaed and altered ao anKreaftar of Sertlnna II and to of the N% of Seotlon IS and IH of its Interaectlnn. with the Vlthlacooche I
    to Include the following TownshIp If 'oulh. n.".. .1 Eastto Town.hlp I* South Range IT Kaattn Klv.ri; thenc. fu.l.rl each and the tasks ahead a I _.mmia:
    Iniida In Polk Counl)'. Florida, to. It* Intereertlona. with the nun.'or ill Interaeotlon with tbe centerline along' th* Wlthlaooouhe River to fine new bails of operation I 11.111111Icl.uc
    lln. of the Senhoard. Air Lln. ef the Atlantic Coa.t Line I the Kant boundary ef Rang 91 SHOWN AT *,. coat /
    Get important
    DISTRICT NO. 1 lIro.1 thenc. Southerly along Railroad; thenoe !""ort!>.rlr..lon,I Bait! thenoe North along saId can be Inaugurated. tags eHiNA IX O., !
    Beginning( on the Want boundary "' ceut... IIn. or '.'11 ,........... to cn. center line er eaia Kauroadt I II Rang* Sine to the North boundary correspondence han. "SATAN NEVER SLEEPS" _.__.. .-...

    of Polk County at th. Int.rneoilon ItS Intersection. with the Weet It* lntrctlon with Otis North of Town-hip tl 4outhi thence died well ell. wisely. _ _S SSiI0t RLOAH I\ ann. MeMiei puaknbQa-..-----.--
    of the Caster line ef th* Atlantlo :! r Road In Section boundary of Beotion 14. Townihlp II Kant along eald. TownshIp line te ClIfton wekk -'--- :
    Count Line Railroad with the Want South, Range 30 South, Hangs IT Bait! thence ta* Point ef lie InnIng. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) NIXT ATTRACTION ;
    boundary of Mange II f:art Iri 5... as FastS! th..,.. Bouth along theWeet We.t along the Bouth boundaryI AND BB IT FURTHER ORDRR. --
    tlon It ef Tewnehlp IS South of boundary of said Clayton of Seetlona IT. tl, II ED that a copy of said dtecrlptlona If you contact real experts In "LOVE WITH THE -- -
    pall rang for a point of beginnlngi ( Road lo Ita Intersection with the Township tl South, Rang IT Eaitto 1 b* entered upon the minute. field you find that you
    run thence South along the Bouth boundary ef the NW\4 or th* NW corner ef sold Seotlon I nf thIs Board and that a certified your PROPER STRANGER"Presenf
    W..t boundary or It.n. II Ent tha lilt i\rN" 54.0105 4; 00,00.Rant 30. thenc South to the BW Car copy thereof be puill.hed can increase own Income In
    to South, being the SW corner of tho SK' of .Id SuctIon 4;1 We.t along the : In th. Lakeland Ledger,
    polk County! theno Ba.t' along I henoe South along th* W.." of Township tl Sooth Kant: an.w.p.paC cf general circulation make any needed repair to
    th* South boundary ef TownahlpII boundary. of th* BEH of th. BKH! shorn ef Lake 'Ir.sllb ,.I and publl.h.d In Polk County. property. Be economical but This; AdA.4
    South to tIll SB eorner of Sec. of paid Boo tlon 4 to Its Intereeo.I Northerly and Weaterly along the I Florida, and that a certified copy
    lion 14. townshiP: II Houth. Range l with the Northweeterly .nor* of sold Lake to the eenter of paid mlnutea b* furnlihed toth not penurious. Receive .c.
    14 East thence North along the boundary: of Lot I, Block IS produced In* ef a eanal between Lake Oar, Secretary ef State of the Stateof LIBRA (Sept. 23 to. Oct. 22) fREE DESSERT with k-nla <_ .frem Iii
    Baat boundary ef Section. 14, 17, Nortbewterly ot Lena VI.tagiibdlvlalon field; and Peae Creek Canal,1 Florida. Sync Hie cevntry rMInf. rwiN,
    II, It. 10 and I of Township 12 aa recorded In Plat theno th* eenter lbs of I STATB OP FLORIDA ) The ideal day to state your With Evtnmt Meet Teii
    South, Rang II East and of Sec Rook II. Pago 4IA of Otis Publle saId .:.rnl'o th* East boundaryof COUNTY OF POLK f cherished aims to those close ..1. ttecal
    tInes 14, 17 and II of Township $1South Record of Polk County, Florida; th* WH. ef Section II Town I I. J). H. Sloan, Jr., Clerk ef tbi $ervlril
    Range 14 Baat: to th* NC hence Sorthveeterly along said!: .hip II South, Range IS East= ,: Boar ef County Commuulomre ofPolk or at a distance since: you
    corner of .Id Section III; thence 1 Jorlhwe.t.rlr boundary of said thence Noith long the Eaett I County Florida hereby certify are at charming best. II :00 ......100; ,..... *5<

    W..t along the North boundary Lot I eitended and the North- boundary t t:. W5i OrT motion that th* above Reaolutloa laa your 1:00: ,......|:00 ... 1.55
    of aald. Section tl and of Section I we.terly boundary. of Lot I to th* II. IS. lb. and S :0I true and correct copy. the Be gracious trailing. This ,
    II Townahlp II South, Rang 14 'moet Weeterlj oorner of said' LotS > South, Rang IS ".., to th.NR .,' mlnutea 1 of tbe oartl .trrc"u brings excellent reiponse. Sedsy
    idol to th* MW' oorner of aaldHeotlon Block II; Ihenc Boutfceaaterly ; : th* BKU of th.' Commlialonen ef. December If, 11:00 .....-. ::00 ,..... 1.55
    IU theno North along tIc along the Bout we.terly boundaryof "oor'.r' Suction tl thence INI.- SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov.
    .:..t boundary of Seottona 17. I LotS I and I to th. moat North WInO along' the North boundary WITNESS my hand and official
    and I of To"nalilp II South and rly' oomor of Lot !S In Block II: of the S(4 of Section S and I to ..>al of sail Hoard thiS fib day of 21) Serious study will uncover II
    of Motion 19 In Town.hlp to Mouth, henc* Houthwmterly to th. mo.t ".. Interaeotlon with the Kaatihore I tannery, A. D.. 18... the knowledge you want at RESERVE TICKETS NOWI
    all In said Rung t4 East: tn theN Westerly oornr of Lot 168 tIme.totthnssfsrty of J1oaI.; l Lake! theno North- :tlalALk Increase fulure ..
    I'J corner of said Hectlon II: along the North.oaierly rl" along tha East abor of amid' lolrit.sgf&J'NT Clash" this time to (., all ticket larnatle'
    thence Kaet; along the Houthbuuudary right-of-way Sin. of Laos Lake to Ita Inteneotlon with the success.: Don't neglect getting pan*
    of S.olloii. 21. 37, tt Viel: Uouiovaxi$ to IOn Illttr.eotlnn Houth boundary of the NW 4 of r rI COMUISMIONRIIS: / in fine order T.. 221-711 214-IISI .,
    and II of Town.hlp 10 South, with th* Went boundary of the ihs 8W" cf Section tt, Town.hlp POLK COU.NTT. FtXIRIDA\ surroundings I e .
    Range 14 E.., to Its Intersection. NB'i of tIre tthili" *f saId Beotion 31 Bouth Range 14 Bait lheoc&a.t .I Spa /aKIR BY W. bLAIN later. Add artistic touches. 2411 S*. Florida A.I. 2J."". C,. TV rele el aTONDV aiRKIat
    .with th* Kant boundary of said 4: thence Mouth to the 8W oorneruf along eald south boundary, Deputy Clerk ,I *erle>.l..M*
    Hangs 14 East, thence North' along .aid $K', of the $Bi"l thenoe'l to the HE corner ef said l NW<4 of ;.414. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to I .. I t


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    LEDGER. TlMlda,. Feb. 4. INI It



    fat Nrt SUCH A bill WOULD UPSET'OU..
    Whot'your yrottl.rnT 11

    pNY.rol.plr, ,write l to Y

    Abby Bon H65. leverly
    Time Has Flown
    Hills Coll., end = 11TNENIC3HT
    .Mlf-oddrtu seer 1

    .vtlop. Abby _.... an!) tN

    Abigail Van Buren moll. 'e .

    DEAR ABBY A year ago last November my daughterwas fore. Well, that boy could not sit down without this girl

    married in Las Vegai. She was lour months along then plopping herself on his lap She always had to be holding S'EttAtttt"'L1 C1<:o141'M tJOTA WATCHMAN DIDTNE'OMI KISSD NE SHE / !? CAttT DO BRITISH TAB I'

    but to saw face we told everybody the had been secretly his hand smoothing his hair and she would not let him out TuPPtPu WAS CRIMMIALLEFT. ME, DtDt aoMoei VSA Soil SIR.-A GENTLEMANWOMAN

    married In June right after her high achool graduation. Her of her sight for one minute. We tried hard to like her, Abby OBSERVE NERE'D OF GIRS'THt8ANK H'EP4GLAND ? OVERPOWERED OVER.qBY ?*! DOES NOT

    husband was In the Army but was able to get a 10-day emer- but she was disgusting! Our eon Is a college junior and so Is 11 C SCOTLAND WAS ROBBED THE POWER CfcSCWBt KISS AND

    gency leave at that time. Now he won't be able to come she If you were us, would you tell your son what you vARD'S LAST $1004111 fRIMINALII YOU? HER: TELL

    borne again until he la discharged In October, when our grandson thought of such a brazen girl? M ETHODS- QUITE

    will be a year and a half old. Everything happened BO HIS MOTHER RIGI4TiI'SJ '

    fast there wasnt time for showers or even a wedding recep- DEAR MOTHER: Only' If he Hiked me. tS .
    tion. The kids will have to start housekeeping from scratch P : tfl" Y
    and they don't have a thing. Would it be proper to give ct J-

    them a big shower-type wedding reception when her husband DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me why the brides who never

    gets back? found time to get out their thank-you notes always manageto

    WONDERING find the time to get out the birth announcements? \ its

    DEAR WONDERING: You may honor the couple with a MISSISSIPPI MRS. 1.111l'O

    "parry." but I wouldn't recommend a "shower-type wedding DEAR MRS.I That's not always the case. It Just seems

    reception" for parents of a, one-and-a-half-year-old child. that way. ---


    DEAR ABBY: Recently our son brought a girl to our CONFIDENTIAL TO BERT You expect toe much. The UTMOST PONT W!B FINGER TO HANDCUFF WHEN M R OUTr '
    home so we could meet her. He" probably serious about nearest most people come to perfection ls when they are filling ON ORDERS FROM EFFECTIVE: ,. BEHIND HER ASLEEP? vo 1

    her because he never brought a girl home for us to meet be- out an employment application. = THE SECRETARY OF BACK CO SH8 :


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    Tuesday, Feb. 4, IM4 CLASSIFIED I iIiid1oma1i 54 H.I WBBjeT Mole 62" Opport..h1ii.onNuoPAoL
    Of INTENTION TO S enenal Notices 53IHsIp ,
    MAltS APPLICATION FOR ADVERTISINGRATES V '""ii m oiIIID. ".,. -(ado and ..".
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    Markets Sell POsies 50.4 001150.. 014* pSi I..
    PROBATE KI1.K NfMUBR; for Norm America vea '
    moan m-m I IGET I BUILDING TRADES bines, America's leeu..lrewlnvan farmullos' raIl 5514514.
    IN AC': )KatBt of ? SON U. Type SALARY n'l .n NODS AT. _...n,. Complete trelntmwlUt FOR BALE eometnlM far eethlniPer .
    AI..ltOARIDT c. BKNTON.TOjUA Minimum II Word 14 TRACTlva YOOIIO LADI. P00PUOLIC pair, I... uniforms. flo. II. trailer' park, teurlat names,
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    001l1'PRN: I f it prohei.OO'i: ailora.! RATION DILIVIIRINOPItOMOTIONAL Anlloasa I moo Ian* Hlhwy .'10. *ae mile Wet
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    2,942 HogsWINTER fuBBta Bank of Lakeland has filed l-U *; 01 Ip Company. Insured!1'I1III.J.lIIO. CAR IIDCARY.APPL'I en 5 ro..nabindows One new 14i2l C>a ...u ......
    :t* final report as Knecutor of the 231 Phoa MU P1RBT PCDRIIAL BAVINOI ..,'. W. will ....., InIlealn'iOS AU lor 1700. halt ..... hal
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    3q ROOM, OHAKOB AND '1TNNBRI rsli Plroonn.1 Depsaimsot, Fort Prank alone Route 1. Bea U4-A,
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    Mon s-rain. LAWMAN. -74a-A4tl, write
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    Whittle chief of Florida State' lanton, d_.... and that tl-* cash Mr ooluma look lietilias Me emaIL c.u MU .., 8 PM SHARP. WRDNBBBAYriBRUART NortH Ama-ira. V... tioOs II.porluneol .
    executor. .. .aforeaald ha filed NEED 0043.1 I C.WIN 11II1. POrt wsena. Sod 65 MertgagtiMa
    Farmers Markets, reported the It. petition for final I dio.'hsrtnsod CLAtmiriED DISPLAY RATB
    that Ih* Kxeculor, Peoples ass nor ,eolum UMkContract HOME RBPAlRm ...1..1.1"". root inV rriT'iT 'if"atteadanlnpertenoad auI'. BUILD. ..II. ttfl1'llt;
    tile! of 9,510 cattle and calves,: bank of Lakeland will apply to Rates Upon Request In.. .look. brlrtoa.11. drDnwas.bliohos TOWORLD'S eal,. Apply U per1101 VA mertesosa. Flesh Monk0105 -

    1,843 hogs and pigs and 42 goats th. Hononbl Rlrhanl A.. Uronnnn [ Millmt tablBOU M11, Florid 0.3000i..I..r rooms.tIe. TRIP 00.. Benin Florid. Corp. 01 Piorlds. bee S. PIe .
    Ma An. MO e1117parehae .
    at 15 Florida Livestock Auction! County Juice of Polk CountyKlorlda .
    on th* 17th day of Kb. ADS AND BFACC AD* SurfacingHBUATKUl. FAIR afAlLABU MOSTOIdjclib

    Market* during the past week. nary, 114 for approval; of tan* MONEY 4 30 p 50. day before ..ubUootlo. [ .-''riUCf- :=;: AAA loran I.. a ...... .... mill
    Gross receipts amounted to and for final dlecharc a* Kaecuttenton (eaoept SuBdar's ppor laiaMr I' Only a few hours dally City Employment food motujae* *L os.
    mr .f the .05.1. 0' M..t C. ads must be Ik our of floe bo Kraft Foods *ppn ent aad Improved _..r... "....
    $.388.7M from 12 markets. de rea..& lor ..3' pm. PrMMt.CLAMUrnO Aero niihwir, Railroad 170.000JoHB needed. pl,l* FaA Bad Cvavntloaalsaertaa .
    ,. Realtor, **4-
    Sales reported for the week Dated thl* loin day of January mailLoT .10' aroosa. % WEEK'S FEE ervlo. Lakeland. .
    toe'. II'00 .. day ....,0.. subliostins W. train you to become an Cer*. IOS B. TBBaee .
    January 27 at 16 markets Included PEOPLES BANK Of ( kuBdF'< pp rdt 19 folntlng, Decer.tIaMINTING 5514)73.
    LA K IeI.AND much M I snare .. rru AVON representative. (
    1,402 cattle and calves SELL 47 Wasted Te Borrew
    ; uiait'a sod o.t. Wsbha
    Zip RICHARD N. PBARSK.Trust gag kolon 1100 DOOB). ROUTE BALm. DIRBCT BALM
    3.0S7 hogs and pigs; 4 goats; OfficerKiecutor All ads moat k* Ik Sits (itdioroftlno lob or hnlrMU 3.21011- Write P. O. Box 1395 STORB BALES! SHU. TRAIHn PARTNltRaHIP .40101'S 10 bun.

    and I hone.Individual. of Ih* eetat ofMercaret Mlor 1100 a N. BU 21 Hoofing rr-t, RBPAtRB TV KrPAlRS ... .a._. 5055112 IsIeeOst na-...
    C. Benlon ardor for pubUoktlok !Ia Mo.*- AUTO MHCHANie PLOMKBR MU B-4H6*. rieae* Mil *llr *
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    market summaries: dooeaeed. Caps .*.... ROOFIIIO ))..PEIIOmr:1; : : TRUCK PANIC OMCVB TRACTOR -'101ft
    U.'", THE ean60iP. Buy .............. Mo- 682-4137 DRIVBR. RANT, MANTOTHERB.
    Arcadia State Livestock Market Those Th tdi r will sob W ro.pon cUsses Lumber Company. son Phone .
    lbl for nor lOss sal MU 4OI41.
    503 cattle and calves. NOTICI TO CRIDITOMa Ipoorroct lOMrtlon. W. Mala. LakelandNURSERY

    Glades Livestock Auction Mar ALL TYPBI reeldeBUal& or commerclal 71 'Jertlllior Food SoW
    roofs repaired or
    208 Arcade
    ket (Belle Glade). 197 cattle and COUNTY JUOOf Of TELEPHONEMU ', Rootlnl and Shook ".. Rm. Bldg gROUND FIAT ...u... Past *nd
    calves. POLK COUNTY FLORIDA 1.4fl West Olive. MO .3In SCHOOLTEACHER soil kill**. orated tin .. MIB.
    In nrKalale of KIND Pit O'hsesI I MO 14431.B .
    Bonifay State Livestock Mar HL'UKRT IJ.:MI'l4lCr BAKER, Un-needed 6-1151 24 Plotter Stucco
    CLEAN PHO&PBAT' sand '
    ev/k/'a Hubert H ker .r
    ket 93 cattle and calve.; 186 DrrrarTa ITJSDUOTPATCHDUUT'bieeliisnu Hi.b ....001 ....uo.*. Muat rave Florida StateEmployment Isp.. AIM oaad sal din 'er 111I.
    All Creditors and lemons ARmpitSoCeaniaddilitas.Pr. ....rl.n. VItA thro end four Davis MU "30" .
    hogs and pigs; and 1 goat. Service
    ANNOUNCEMENTS .. .oliotstro. Urnaued. .11.1 Toi.'on
    (,1.1",,. or P.m.nde .Oasloal NU ....e1l yen old children sod b* a eooddleelpllnertea. TOP QUALITY rB4ol Cad Ar.
    GalnesvUle Livestock Market, Said KeUte : An Sl-4*. Apply Morn iMtlki* Bhia hr from alntWM
    697 cattle and calves; 348 bogs You. and .arh 0' '''U. an h.... Items 4 Last tinal found Pinnido ilia. Zmeloeiesot aoI'I. Will ..11_. UO 0-1414.
    by notified 10 fli. all 01,1,,,. and OF BUSINESS SERVICE ... .t' tout tMnolO ...." IIS B. UMOff BT.Intaraallonal .
    and pigs.Interstate. ,'ODND" ONI lot at km b *riDi OOOD BAHIA b.,. Ftno0. bor..
    danands .hkh TOll h.ya.s inK C.r t a a .......eII .
    Uveatock Auction the estate of MCRKRT' DKMl'SKT!: : Air- Mo ldratuicuoi pluwk 11 Accounting, lookkllplll'| GENERAL HOUBBWORKBH to Do..oe"11 o>tot and Irtla allrld beddiol 'rOn IMI... Tea mUss 01.
    Polk Cusp ** wa-0041
    BAKER ./''/. Hubert Buker. dereaeed. f mtr iin kr Idmtlfrinirnori llv* ... Stoat boos rXsrencee. aTU wnrlc .tpr. iBUtU>* lor
    Market (Seffner) 642 cattle and '' Pump Silo S114 aiik- 11'00" TAX-bookk..l Tour .....
    In the office of Richard ABronson 4-2441 Lk. >land and vielaitr. 50001.nova Hroroa Obsess WUL II1J
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    wor3 home st .11I. No onto.ohms.
    calves.Klsslmmee. County Jtidna, at M. With WHITI LADY I. oat. Jar nidelp'onion aoodJ odueatio and akilitrM
    office In the Court House at Bar- bOa?, IlLACK. .hll. and torn.Wall. 00.5 Bad aronian. till... 110 b0020 .orll. 0.-1. pint noopl Must bar car. 72 Flewort Seeds, Plants
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    Livestock Auction tow, Florida' within I el* calends BUSINESSYOU'RE i bound. Ito sal.. U tamd'sil P" Prolor *.. U-4O Oroup lnur-
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    la the date of th* flretpublication BLACK *( oil* vklUt. oamtn vkll* trainmi. inloot hedpo plants 30" bIni.
    bogs and pll"Cattlemen'l I of thIs II *. EarI r.. rUd soIls c Hu br..... tooelbaIcr 29 Baby Slnlng OFFICE NURSE For iBtorrttw. BM oompaByrovrowaUtln. II H down. d.llnr>d. hID '.2U..
    ... ........ 1.00 a m. t* 4 30
    Livestock Auction 'claim or demand must b. In Hior.i s-SI. CblldroBti P. t.aisias .11' 00000usr 73 feeds
    ins. inuit ..... th* plac of realdenoe MU i-mn. CHILD CARL hr noeoainsT. a-clan boos married IIrl. huh p m. wodBuir. aad too am. frelts Vog't'hleatLF .
    Market (Lakeland), 365 cattle and poet of.... adrlrea* of A .0nn.l. 1.o"n. 050 peronal nor.. achool odveatlon no l ptnsoortbsnd or to I'00 p... Tbu.....,. AK 44ualoppcrtunllr KKRVIC TrulttUad. Lispshipped. t

    and calve. th. claimant' must ba.onrn to S fertenol' Notices faa-ad part. plan.. room. .10. Is.Wesuonshi. reoulred but abilityto, _Plo,.. -. sap oktMt
    .. 0. .
    On.2061 or
    spell sad write clearly and rspdly -
    and muat be filed .. aforesaid or iatoeds,. Florid.
    .. .
    Livestock IV. BtLL. .d InoUi 'Dd l lortmi 88. ,. .e. 3n lo
    Suwannee Valley elsa anna will become void iu Iiict Apply la own handwrltln S6 S.le 155.1011. _
    meBiPARTTIMK ,
    : *odi.. Dish MU .-.2.. 36 Uwnmewers Service ......n. *... marital etetus.ensUi ., '
    Auction Market (Live Oak), 171 GLADYS CAMPBELl 10' Culbtroek .rd. ft ;
    EtecuIrit MUm H *ro ef tIme la Lekelead. 'UIII- .r lulMUn" .*|D.- OItA'OK" OIPIFUt. Pk.

    cattle and calve; 1,152 hogs and U-171 TRADINO .TAM. ...hoo.... or R&PAIIt8 ON all .ak. Iomuso.. b.. 0' ehIldr.m. Thsra arc ..rnsiooah -, mao t* poll OB InduiU-l sadCamarl52 .0111D. .
    LEDGER bou'ht. Lila-os, POT 11..1 .ini.. nra sad Small ...."' ... Pr. SKi- ,: Iremalar heuro .r"u.1: _0."". Prafw BIBBwltb RosA.005LITI
    pigs. .2..2.. mite. D. .......1". (toblo Ant.ThniriO. oiosal BundM work, oliN| .._'"_. COBukluloBka TRIE rip \...
    Monticello Llveatock Market. .IN" THe CISCUIT COUOT QP Till AFTER 20. .orlla Florida Ave.P000r oblecuoaebla, pie*** d* not epply .. Popup kr InSteP onlrLawMB Picked dlly. BneclaJ full
    TIP4TI4 JUDICIAL CIaCUIT OP MADAMC CHRUTINB rl.l I.&. M11 2..301 Writ Boa F-SS4. L*>slnd. Brothon Jnlor Supple, Call .o..
    Inc., 99 cattle and calves; 282 THE ITAT' 0" 'LOIIIIOA IN will your proomt and fittun Ledier.AAA. I p. O BOB "311. Orlindo, Florida du.M....130. .. Mrsa.
    All r.*4IDM prlt.M and J7 Mattrssi Ronev.tlrig ...
    J hogs and pigs; and 41 goats. AND FOP POLK COUNTY.. cionlKlraU. Located k mllotMt TO ELL PooUBM rooted .. 3atloaUr 3155051

    Mills Livestock Auction Mar CHANCCP.V NO. Kt 11-401 ol Likel.nd M H... 01 MATTRIOS B00000TINO I. ). OpportuBltr for huh OHIO APPLM Crush "..* lo.d.arrlvad .
    QUKKNB: CXIUNTT rJAVINfK WANT Opoa I m.-10 pie. dUr l.-1 darn..101.. AeO 1.511mm Oom.nIH City Employment ..rnln**, ntw tar furalrtM. Soil 1.11 CocOon W>buti. How
    t ket (Ocala), 432 cattle and BANK, a New York Banklnf
    t calve.; 949 hog and pigs. Corporation Plaintiff, M OR a I NO .9 Wlnl PwupsLETauOOTDOMORY Vz WEEK'S FEE 0S0, ikl-1121, ..*.1.. Ktrttr FOB. 76 LaadscopI.g

    Okeechobee Livestock Market vs.ALTON. opea. BPMll tlnUok .1.! ..hom:1:
    I tho tiMd *t stab WiIdliOl SOD CO.
    and calves.MidFlorida JAMBS!: LOWER ate., ..n and ID..n .ur .."., HAY
    794 cattle .1813.LIARANCI. I pot
    I : : .t .1.! ., .,....... 11. 10 3e moslflu' .. 10... ._ITA"ln.!: 'l'\'rtlT8. aTOTIO ...OratM*
    Livestock Market : WJlIT.R LAS TII.11 LPN REAL ESTATE
    Defendant. BAUI Oodr rk-. Phone MU 1-4101 __ coPY
    NOTICB OK 81 IT AD CIa,, 3012 HorUi Florida 11'0l ct..RIC. 1'It'l COOL.MACuT FREE
    and calves
    i (Orlando), 271 cattle ; THE STATB Of MXlRIPAl 'fcbrlet., oolloni roduood AOI.u.1 EMPLOYMENT MAW! 1.011* N lsTlWt .

    12 hogs and piga.Cattlemen' TO AI.TON JAM 'tI LOWIRT! end IALI CARNBOU traduiUi Soil SALESMAN 1f

    Livestock Auction PRANCES R. IXlWBRr and our L*>>:iad shintO Kr tea' S3He1p Wanted female I.WAITR& I Rm. 208 Arcade Bldg. 71 'r Surgery
    f any unknown pouee, heir*,
    sod llloibip. 5os mldraulroni R0X: 5UROERY. toll, lassied.
    Market (Tampa). 672 cattle and Brnte, asalBna, Iclnora, .> *. Coil OI3-1374 or ..k.- II "'ANTE)). ... II '" bfas apMlBB for llm-wlr tal.-esnas loud IPSO _.. Mk
    calves. creditor, trustees. nr others 0455 or writ ..0. Bolo 1741 JI. 111 WM M..norll Boul.OI.d m.... W. flats lutlnn soS cu*. .r... .palm POO5S. '.0.450NentOeP
    : rlalmlnc by, thrauch, underorntIno DIAL .fc.l.nd. Male teases pi... a.*.. tawa IBM. 0554105.oiP'auon.n.
    WANTED: EXPERIENCED BKro- 54 Help Wanted
    Livestock .
    Hardee County JAMKHLOWFHT Uoa.H.
    t LOIS CLIP Corn r Shop see I..,. Idiot b* *bl* to taOs. dlo.Ullon elHaed .ul,
    I I Market (Wauchaula), 171 : and FRANCES RLOWEHT ChMtaut head .....0,.. Dr*. Apply CHU Mnrc Otflc*. CAREER OPPORT\JNI rY. tiaelias pi........ tekemod. dsmo.ood.LIousand. .

    and calves. p.rl"!*d., *llp POVMI.IUUIM CIte H.U. **lrr HIM pot .-.. Prao kolPIUI Palmer DO. ..1"' .
    cattle You ar* hereby notified that aCult curl. .... >.>.*. eorcm Ai llf* iBiuraaco plui r>- L. (Shorty) lI.rbrt"It.nd_
    Sumter County Livestock Auction boa been IlIad 51.1 nat you rod sad IkiUllotlon. *50.. tlr.n...' proirm. Mod ''''0. >all" LMLAS04 .2-tn.
    endh 1I1'VI you. by QUEBNHCOUNTY : dad. ol samples 10 choooo from LOOK UP marrIed, fclih tchool pasdusla ornulvsl.ol. Boutn TOBB. Anau INSTRUCTION
    Market (Webater), 211 cat 'ua BANK In the Phon 4to4 4MANAOIR Fhoao MU I-S171
    abov entitled 0Ntrt
    tie and calves. ... hereby required lo fib. your MU6-1151 dtnt ** In.ur.n....t Hint today'. Car For Sale ads Ti Diii-'ffi-: : ( to B. T.... A>*. Pt. Lot B4 Stfceel , Ill. tha Clerk of thin onlhl U >., _C.ll MU ..... tOur. Ml M saleS train.. FLORIDA LAHOlJT and "m.TIawdwa
    ! 'Court;-. run' HOLK8ALIHO FARM rowB haSsle Lk ldn.

    $2,234 Raised .. tho PI.lntlff or PI.lnllff' ., Lr.. abloom 30c dams ,, amazed by the excellent phoB, For with loSe ooodharactrr SI Werk Wonleel ..uir Cou... .hOt. PI... *&.
    Attorne,. who.. rome and sddmopIs J: :>> ::11 : ; 110.1. and Tropical, The But values. Don't delay. .n.. fill MO 0-4.4I e to P M (MnploUIr ".*old lr oondltlm -
    ALBERT C. WF.RLY AttarenySt $',$$ u. ... HCU 4-0431 I 1 RAC1'OR WORK 00510.1 Moeis. >4. nipl> prklni MU 1-4411.
    For Lakeland La a. CIII Central Avenl.e. lit. PUT CONTROL a>r<.lc._ Mil.! sad listIng. Oem suloaSot. U _.R." .. uI
    Pelrrahur, Florida, 1101 I.t.r than Advertise nina. E..I..... h.I.lul. N- 'I..lrk Hr.I. call for frne Osti.mat. ..
    February H 11104. lIonai orast iestiofl. Brura T.nml- **. Frog l. rwr* mu kmina nnht I *1 Lk* M..r-r..piaMBtralMnlr ...
    Band >
    High TripA If you fall I to do ao, Decree Pro nix Com..n! al 31 hew Auburati Wlr, _1..Itl
    IBB Labs
    Will kMPohlldna OB
    7onfeo ou for the will.Ut .antered.d.flr: When You Need A nifnwr room ni la fl.nta.LueOu/0 II.r- IPIUL TH'II musiC ussr. C.m.

    total of $2,214 has been col. Complaint. FARM EQUIPMENT 152-4003, uu. cour., SIlO.Suet. .

    lected so far to help finance the for The foreclosure nature of of motttan ault lecord-belnii SALESMAN ALTERING' ).sJlePP1iiaieTls.' ....: yM lana asi Contact tool laeludM.Colosial Pan**..

    Lakeland High School Band' .d In Official' Record book 1P. IN 0 Ai* ..-... Br.prlBo la Mllini Stoma'w- ,.I.o"Norfolk::; : Clrcl*: 'Oho.Oil eul Florid A.*.

    trip to Washington In April It 1'.(. 17, Puhlla Reforde of Folk tractorS. sod *ro.. OQUIpmMl In EXPERIBNCED PAPERHAKOERnd ad. Po. MU I-I43I.
    County, Florid. co\rlngt Polk Countr. Blarr Bad commlTrauporUtlon Prenk MIBsr2B5 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE
    was announced today by James Lot It, Block 1, of HIGH.ItAND .10" lurauhrdPhon Itaec*I41\.ru: Alfred, phoae 1 '
    D. Anderson chairman of the HOMtH: aooordlnr to BUSINESS SERVICEUSE K.B Hollma CV 3-ooti. J7I-1J3'!. TESTS!
    ,'lot thereof recorded In Plat for iBUrvltw. Hutehlnwa TractorCompany. WABHIHO. PAINTING InUrlornurlor Mm-Wom.., 11-11. alaS kith
    Cherry Blossom Festival Com book II, p.a* It. Publlo B.-. Wlaur H...... mark teen *.Uai.wtrMonbl M 110100 a wwk. prpartrrtnlalai
    mittee. ord. of Polk' cO Florida.WITNE05 : prlru. MO "'I'' MU3J4IO. vaul .Del.t. Thou
    mr rand and lbs< IHE Man between ages 20 a 30 ..... TuraBMB. ...d< *f job ..rl.. .
    Anderson said that 1,150 of ...1 0' this (,otri. at Hortow. WOULD UKB .*rp BUr work BiualkT oasn00010ne. .
    the S2.134 collected has com I'olk Coonty Florida. this SIb THIS HANDY REFERENCE GUIDE familiar con ..."' ... Ro_......*.. MU .. aiiuoa 0* lobo, Mlrl.*>. ro.ulro....,
    tsy of J.ouory' A.. D. ..... iiimer finance law with 274WE TD.Y
    .1 from nine patrons" who contributed COURT SEAL and Llnfola aar.
    ( ) .ddr.
    f $100 or more each. Pa. D. K. RLOAN JR., OFFERED DAILY' IN THE LEDGER service oblIgatIon) fulfilled. DO tractor. work dlseln.. In' "-..5.oWnitOdt.ednen l .
    AIM b.n'
    mnwlos. I..DI.
    trona include American Legion Clerk By Dorothy of lbs Circuit Bunn Court CLASSIFIED BUSINESS SERVICE COLUMNS Excellent opportunity) for fill dirt. 110.101. .....011 or LIVESTOCK

    No.4 Coca Cola Co., Deputy Clerk man Interested In his fu M4DI38NURRINO.
    Post ; LEDGER
    ... II (... ,..tllu
    U-.04 Kllap CHILDUM Ia me h. DTfjt, .
    FMC; Junior Welfare League; AccMntant-Bokkplng Furniture ture. Full employe benefits C.rat.1 Lob. aras, .'..a....
    Laborer Local 1240 AFL-CIO; IN TH. ClltCtJlT COUIIIT OP THI INCO"'II TAX buukksapio. RIDIIB Coal I lhcIIiIllupp I.... and chance for prompt ad ti........ Ted- MOLLY VOC All... NP'

    Lakeland High School Boosters, TENTH JUDICIAL CIIIICUIT OPPLOSIDA .0DIIII utstnm,00. .....?.. Addlosioa .I' Paraitur. P005. ,,2Uti vancement with one of the CARl: Brml-la.*lld or Mulberry BH6..,. Pbea MV
    IN AND 1"011I 'OLK IOakk.epiol. asrIs.ISO. .. 0 05,51._.' L*011. home. fur ao.n.
    Club; Lakeland Lincoln Mercury COUNTY. IN CHANCBHY .. IOJ.2M. V..II Po" Ar.nsde -I South' leading finance com nseo> beak 1 >ar _10110ol. OJIwxk W1aI'heA111 CkIbusboas. Tsptoerloes

    ; Polk County Central Labor R. H. PAIX1I5TT and 08.8&.0 temp Repairs panies. Please reply in own 550.7225.aXPmntmNCtD. P.III.. ." P5.0,55155.Oemas .
    B, K. PADUKTT WANT iAMP5. R'.PIMEKiU2.; WATCHMAKIRdMlm Bhtakerd, UeneeJ "
    Union; and Watson Clinic. Plalnllffa, Auto Repairs Lamp ".'u ted repair. Imperial Handwriting toBOX M loct. In art. WrliO c snsei.O. nonken, *nd .uppl..

    "We are very much encour va ,.tudloe. 8101 Boulh OrUaa Av*- FW3LAKELAND O whlio.r. :704 oloawoodNBAT Cok..'. ret Shop. SIS I...K
    'LIII.WIILIAMSON', widow 0h.N&RA1'Okli.. aTARTIK5Tiosu.bloc. .'nue. MO -.>nn !Ane000. 5051100, FlorIda an 01.2PVOsreo. tucty MU 54400.lrrTY'a .
    aged by this early progress report -of Kd Willi.m.on. Deceased, .. valvee around radlawrirepaired LEDGERSUPERVISOR "'J'1.

    and we thank all who have and A. T. TRAMS (,'.'..., dom..".. "0. Moving t Storage OEPBMDABLB elord .0... feesMnal: groomla POODLB*. Shtpp Studs, BBB.pies rr*.-
    Defendant.MORT .. littleeho
    tore tuned Bans eaulpped
    contributed to date," Anderson (1ACII9 rORKCUJBURECAHK : In "town 10 pan.. .k.lond. 1LLJED VAN Lion lor belt mo" .a wanti. muir *r an *.rkPhon IH1 Klhlea.. Ro d.. .
    lea eervlc*. VernUl WarobounuA ij.
    NO. l; 77--ll 0..1., 2.101 tao1. Ior.d. .
    said. NOTICB TO DKFINDndant ADS asu.4007.IOICMARDC. Triasfer, ....., Aient. MO PROGRAMMERBURROUGHS CARPENTER S Pb MALB Chlhuakuapuvey
    "A total of $7,000 will be needed STATE Oh' FI.oJUDATO e...\J Buildint, rpir, roolinf. *.ddl.UO" Stud aoelnl-ehibull,5*,
    A. T. TRAVIS, CPIEDOMITLSanrnis 250 '. No lob too >'".u-.too 1.,". ty lOs terriers, Blamese eeu.MU .
    the band'i Complolorpalcaood
    to cover expenses OrgonsPlanoiUNOOBX3AH 441-4237 ..
    ... Blm MOO,
    Reoidelo'a Add andWhereabout
    ..r>lee. 110 Hlthland Btre.t 3100.COLI
    for Its trip to Washington. With *, UNKNOWM 812-0.1111. .. ..-..,.lc<. Ysm.lanf DATA PROCESSING CHILD CARl: dsp or nllh' .Ic.onus. PPP' I.. s.l0. ala
    $4.766 still to be raised we are You sri hereby notified shot thl oha Hlihesl SushI snnll.sblO. br tha .1_ ComNo ..... ..or.U Drive, ,,,,
    BII CURS tie. Sb.
    pou runul moot INSTALLATION
    antloned Plaintiff hav filed i a 48H-17I1 1042 Ilul4l WerU 'U' .3141.. ,F1RS.T 4100 buys .ltber .... se
    for pour ooor hr Ml allen Pour
    asking all Lakelander. to help Complaint In lbs above styled auto u 000...'. service Center. d. u,00up. 000.0000 Must be experienced. TRAINED CLAIMS *dju>tr do- femsl AKC relstred poodles
    support this Important civic lonaae.. foreclosure cult on tho tTIS North Florida A o.oue, for .1... ....llIon *. lBvMtlilor ordjuiur I pop,. 10- weeks. MV I-1IB1
    jllowlni described landu, lyliK and rvpalra. Th* latest la "..d'onl." Plumbing R.p.mVALPLUMB4i7riiCorsna Salary range $500 a 1650 Poll CouBtr or *UIBur. N1CB CUTB little puc
    project. ".In. altuat In Polk CountyKlorlda Is wed In dilermlnlnith All 46 n..ll..' bMltb and ChUuo.. >
    : per month. ......, ... pies Priced
    LeGAL ADVEIIITIIEMENTINVITATION ,S tawitiLot Block I LINCOLN soarS trouble. You >!>. r.. ...,.1... Oar or nlaht Work *urnteed "P0 --"nd ::1 North Florida I A: ., MO ..t "
    Mlve valueble sAlt 0,... stamps, Pleas 181-165 or Apply
    TO BID PARK ADDITION Lak Wale, but best ol all wi sin* you ","- e02.I7" FINANCIAL U..teek
    Htalrd bid. will b* .*..lve4 .t thereof rmorded IB Plat BoukKlurlda oat tuannleed wort Call 6IJ- Civil Service Office & 5.54weappod
    the nfrir. of th. Florid Cltru.I'omml..lon. accordint l. th* plat 3121 I oatnauu"Inlm'n' lad., Printing l2 1..ln. Opprtvnitlii: 700 SOt lb..1.ors.dm15.u a
    thereof recorded In P1t Rook
    Ikrlind Klnrlda, tilt
    I P. M. on Tud.y, February U I, Pose II, rubllr Record of Auto Scot Covers Poll ALL >our prlntml n..'. City Hall I CUlOTCSBV8I9RoaN'4"1umn DAds CIte.
    inca, for the punhHM at: Polk County, Florida, rail MU 1-4404 Commercial .r..., ..>ropert4*.. Mel Rudy LMLA BUT TOUR freeter beat BOW 4*.
    On KiMirtrnphotoriuorflinttr-N* a nd you ar* required to aerv t LP.4DC AUTO .Beat Cu,,... Cornp1,10 Ine. Letterhead*, Uthearaphlnf, waiter 1111 B Memorial pied lb.. tut end wrapped Whole or
    ,'lomplM with thra. major torn- your Answer la th* Cum I sutomnilna Inll.lon. 'JOII. .n.r""nl CARIER OPPORTDNITIC8 are: MU .-.10'. kIlt fboa MU 4-7112 .c MOIIIM
    I"' Obtlral Unit (I) fI'o on th* ttalntlffn* attorney ..' testy P000. MU 3.'iOlO new avallabls Pith General Telephone MALI 1.0115 I" 'CS. loll Tonaroaod .
    Xnon Lamp d.c. Iowi Sunny Trolano and Roberta, I'. O. Drawer Rodlotcr Service Compose In Polk Couatytor I" morn tII.D 40000 d.IiO.. PAa--ues YOUR bun
    1>I IJOflO in FtotamultlpllprM *211, Lakeland, Klorlrta I and fit. EYTvti I youn* men betweea aes II. la all 10 slates Valuable (rsnhlse MU e.11U b. a I
    .dl.'o Ian
    the of the Building oplran 27. hish school education nn0ulrndOenoriusitiu mont
    : Irrophotomrtor. fiprrat.. on Ih orlalnul In Office now available Teaaoe sop
    Ito, en< alnil pha* a. e, Clerk of th* Circuit Court on o. 'baaina. e000plos. no'bOlldlOO.. MU are available for leo statlaa foe lease at Ita N 92 Waiit*<7T.I aitatk. PatsWANTED ,
    1.44075 Il.dl.tor Sortie.
    o. QEMCRAI.. CONSTRUCTION. Uioie who eu ( .hip. Apply dl.|
    before th. Sum day of February. Oroudoe I" B.rto.. bosOm'oealloCntstrCnurt5bntn..Sia'
    nc.w.r Amrl I limirumontfo. .
    < n
    '181. caul
    dairy aayklad
    Lau. A
    A. D. 1961 Iteom Bdoltlont Cuclom sblo.tobloC vlsloa perswnel Olllce la ; I.
    ., Inc.4-I20S, Amlnio BowmanItiniI It you fall to do ao prconfeaeo ion, exterior decoretln RADIATOR LtAKBt RecortD. re.Hiding. land Uoa sBewloe II* In...... la Will Bay top eaih abe.Pnmo'O .
    .. or approvedrqiml. will to* entered aa-alna P rotrbs Cd medern. ......lIn.. ... Oeniler J301 Bouts sales la 1M3 IWo weeksIBln paId Dairy MOoJI.
    Roofing and lid I.... Free eitl- Plo.ld. 1 Opears In Lkelnd.DesnnsbU. ..... avnllablt for mat mill
    ( yOU for lb. relief d.m.nd.d In tOo SALES *
    for ...... *
    Com pl. 01.WITNESS. lose piymenu Oil *- Most Ramblers. Fords, ..lilies. Capital rsoulred but
    uaowtitaabao..pmtphoCoflarnmtor : my hand and officIal. Fl nanra llamas. too.1 corn.Oraol5 (' ..rolem. 111 .a>.4fIT WORK inn. flaaBtlag ...11..1.. Cell
    Amlnio Bowmen Llnenoad and hooded.CARPINIER. .
    .. "u.EXCIlU&NT. > ticYtUi Matarcytlaa
    lena son x-T R.corder-fcl! or .I 01 office at Barlow Poll
    approved equal. Couoly Florida, thIs Stn :1y ofJanusry 5IOCE. and brlnswonl. Real IiloU1' Permanent Career.Opportunity BDBIMB8B .ppoe.tunita. TRIUMPH AND Yamaha ..1.
    Iho Florida i-itrua Commloilon ,' 1114. Plo.da mono ..n..1 ,.. HO BUBlNlbS Iroulsee oa Bewln kn.wled(. bslp. ..d Hoetrl *
    ....rv.. 10 rlht 10 roJ.ct any 0' { CAL) isle P,.. ..11m.... MU 4-IS. Memorial' Boulevard and thr lul but at Bnseary. Ideal for model, .1...... model I....

    .U hid.. I D. H. "LOAN. JR., Iaielasd "' ...*..hl..... ..clllll'*- Rteklum RmltoiI2401 aIs.i. ..... ,... 0151. C. nl
    r' aAM A. BAXKS Chairman Clerk of Circuit Court CarpitlngFtrutl I Ir throuaa Bcbult Ketitr, *.4- $105 Weekly Salary &: *. w. Mmonioi. .e"2'
    l.. :, Bye/ Robert P Busing J"0
    Liberal Bonus aiTal0 AND bIll boll"_: e eolo CANT 111011 .u. 1. 10"111I. muss
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IJ-MO Deputy Clerk CAnPET IXPERT too.. pb.. two Sndrtam bou... '*! Metohleu ieod eeadUr6
    THE TBNTM JUDICIAL CIR- MaSher's Purallar. RMflngestlmelei a. aseeeltud vita a cempsnt.hat plus 4 room bus plus bit shop .1..07.
    CUlT OF THE Phon. fie2.e\J1 .u... aiBllmur. opportunity l css d la Aubaradale. IMta lnn
    STATB lIaPAIR 'ooL Pnpo
    OF THAT I..k
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK NOTICC Of HIANINO Fhon* 4I4-M1I or lor a permanent and .profitable I... ** *a Brldaerl Ave and 9 Aritiqnoiuseful
    .....r. ca ualilyr 140 a Baker BU laowa aeMoreea
    yea *
    COUNTY TO WhOM IT MAY ('ONCIIRSIIn e..II6. Lie.nad OII"'r..IO'1. All 1.._. Iftoo ... i I.iLl.IRAL UNS dmsllos .
    Chnry N*. 1241.II.117 purauBnr of Beet Ion 40i.ol, nort' 1.-HUn llk .l dtioUoa or .' plus Court IIVIBI ....tor.. Full.r.0.1.1I ..t.u.Be.h. sod tl".

    Butt. *f Suit Florida HiatuieB, and Mertlon SI. MVTU4L PENCE: Cflmp..... I.... .ulvleat p.... 111.IOO410.BOO '0.., hal.a The Cb P..a
    RIDflKWHll: ) KAVINU8 BANK ) 107(1), Florida Admlnlmratliode. '. LoweM prlcee. n* dove paymentluaranleed Swimming Ptols 9-Neat apptrBc. ice arraaaed Bee II C. Lull W.1..e8.2'1

    a .sw York Backing Corporatlon >\ !' th* Florid Air Pollullo W* wont be under- POOUI OLSA010. .....lro4. :I-Car: la eood condition-free to 0 L. toSs Dkk. Really, loll' .7 Articles Ff
    Control Commla.lon. at th* horHo Mid LkeiBd ladusur, MO .- S.IellAUCION
    I DIAL 01 II "PO ..Um.... P a I n 0 o 4. eh001iral. Suerlien.oulpmnst. travel Monday' to ..I.... tst Molt, phone MU 44IU.slits. .
    Plaintiff Cltrun Mutual Building Audi WaH. 70. gout Mala ... Aubrnd WO T-4J I'.
    .- orlum.. Lakeland Florida on Frl 4-AM .,-.
    MU .
    CAt7s. BREWI.NO1O.V .to., ) day, March 4. at th. hour Income Tax 54100.TV U you ar. ualifled TU win receive LAKILANDB FINEST most 4.
    ,if I o' P.1i..I or a* Bonn theretlun Ripolrs trelnlB *t full pay.See lai. cola epersud lundroml. Only
    t>.'.nd.nt. uftrr to partlea In Int.r..t maybe For helia r_.. 1411 BdieUMBLB Fday
    THe: KTATM UK KUjRITU; based .h.U conduct a bearing INCOME TAX RJiPAIR" Oil".11 ..... oUTS's.Ah Compaay ReprseBttlv ..ood Dnino.L000 PJ.LWs

    TU. MARY AN.Va .. ... .nd Sadie 554 TV. Oar MU I\8TARU8HBD builooso.Rotiruas. .
    CAMPBELL, .1.11' '0 p.op..d .t..o. $1 and
    a widowToil .....n..un.. 'n 'lo.ld. A It Poll.II. up a.1. elehl M11 n.alu'. Mr H. F. McCulla .'0'" ...... ..k.. buy or esU 'O,
    ar* Panty notified that Control:; Commlaelnn,; ; -Kulvi; -andHfculitlun : MU H&R: Block Co. UpholsteringitIQKEk'UOIJALITV' Wednesday, February Sta I Id.aI ten 00051.. 11'10 Boa p. JIMMY WALKER'SAUCTION
    k cult ha bon Iliad. .n.ln.t; you herrtufurssppor .. 1A1I.1.0d La-do...
    and '*ib of you, by K11X1BWOOUHAV1NU under Control Number SI, florid.tlona. Weekdays 9 A.M. to I P.M .ora It 10". Florida State Employment OIL ad Rednln. Coiaaay CENE
    UANK In the abuv ft. ('ads. Sat & Sun. I to 5 est panible .r_ riaitia a .a as avallaal for ImmedleUiceupBBey S3IS O a
    tilted ".11..: and that pouara Ths propuoed rhsnnai oP amsod10001. I ....111". allp ,"". and .,*.... aa ....U.D' servicetauoa
    hereby required to file jour An. 10 ho "on.ld..d ..I.t. 10: Free ..1101..... II...... tipksl- e am. t. I .... *a C Florida Aveau ..d AUCTION SALE
    wer with th* clrk of thl. c.ourl.1.nd t0ealinu ".Ioa. Air Pollution I'ro.hlllll.d sterr ..r..... SOC HoUloiseerU.Rosrt I 11'... Pslmstte street'- flneaoitall '..
    to *rrv a copy th.rool'u.on, .....0.. AdoulIsta Control MU '-4B<0Vtnstlar SIS Cast Lemon StreetLaaelaad. ..* acbool tralnlnt and .uer- Every Saturday. 7:30: ,.m

    th* Plaintiff or PUIntiff: Attor, B.aoro. Required: aa.l.o. 101.- 6-1151 MI U9GMeuuimo Plaids eateed laoome ."'Itattl. feiualllwd BAXLA'SAUCTION
    n.y wh.i** nm and ddn.M I I.: : IN.* 01, Vluanlltlel of Klunrl ) Blinds ._.lOr. Pop luruwetalla

    ALBtHT: C. WhRUY, Alt rnap'at l tee Injurious to 1..11.1! and aurli VERTICAL: AND hontooisielUfactured COUXTER MAN wanted at Lakelend ...te.' Humbl Repro4B.Brewley GALLRr
    Law, Kill Central A\ooua, IL other oall.raassa P properly ADS ..... _.1..... *l*.ned. McDmald MU .-.....1. Osportu0ule toll.. 11. U. *r B. A. "yor.erly Th. aat .O
    Petonburg. .'I<,rld., not later than ants pursuant to thla nolle- a"d reflBlshed Also eutomobll tene.laa > for advBBcement.WANTED. Cnppelsas ., To... "Iolrle' atlie. We Buy Sell for
    February II, 10114 purpoese, C mid h..ln. 1111..... Air-Lite. MU .-- ?. 10'' .. 2U-oaJI. Tompa.OSOCIJIY .211' o.... ci w. .
    If you fall to do *o, Dacrn Pro ALl PJoRIIOSIl Int.r..d .nJ WOODWORKS "RD .....k.l..d.IoItIU. 5.5033JL.JS'I
    Conl uo will no *nttri-d icalnayou drnirlog to appcur bnfure snidCntuiioslon asks *o.e* In til* shop oa plece-. Ornosod snun 0300,055 I. M
    for th* relief dmnd In tha II 1111 h.orint shall earl basis. Writ Box us. Au.hundsl 1181 .1,4 stIll .......... WnIOISo.
    Plopids. elouns 05,55..ddro.o
    Complaint .llInlt a 10.qu..t far M.a3l. Lolelsmd Lad.or.
    Ih* nature of aald ault balnc for IlIdk.\ln. a brief .I..n IIrIh.l. and Oolehanoaum.sI.IUP S COIN ...Lussdrl. .. 40 w110Srs. 12
    faa-larurs of mortiaco recorded vlewa or Interem In aa'd BE LISTED 1 A PHONttaD
    WISH TO drIer Eunhlo60 hosUus. both
    IF YOU
    I urric-lal Rooorrt. book III. pug. proceeding, Twelve (III "01'1..or .".110 lobs t. Breaaaa Real.

    toe Publlo Kecord. of Polk County Bid Request for Appearance shall 10..0 _ SOP .....10..
    Klorlda coverlna- b* iiibmltted loiMr. fROM
    Lot II, Block B, NEW:; INOUK- avld B. Lee, 8crlary NIIOB80lIIIooD 0110011 Y..It" .
    clog: aoaordltii to plat tl .r.of. t-'lorlila Air Pollution I brIne snorter '0. solo. or
    recorded In Plat Book 10, p... CflelroI Commlaalon In lUt prefUabb, buuntH .ttanllttell* 4I ,..d. ton tea bedrO_ homerota. brings quirk remits
    II, Public Record of polk P. O. Boo 5535433.Post .

    County, Florida) together with I. Florid BALB 0. .... Ual.u*. elflelent wbea as* OasilfM
    th. follow tn. dvrlbrd It..n. lot later than Friday, .'Fateruan I Dial MU 61151ASK YOUR PHONt' drive-IB restaurant taltablelor you .
    of property whIch ai-e located .t. 1044 lor msa aad wu* warn eoera-
    In and permanently Initalleda I BV ORDER of th* Florida Air N..I.II rotC 100515055 bring your bm Improvement
    a part of UIB lmprovmnta Pollution Control Commission. I Ii ..._.... Call &U-IOII toy 'ur.
    on nail land! DUNE AND ORDBHh.1): : by th* ASK FOR CLASSIFIEDLAKELAND > ussr In'.r..lloa. -
    WITNKM8 my hand and th* ..01 Florida, Air Pollution Control Comilsslon b* seaonlnc the Ltdfer CITIU BlU\VtCB ....101 ,.U.D tneisae t a ready-

    >f Ihll Court at Barlow PolkLViuiity at Tampa florid this for I... II Lskuiasd apopo.
    Florida, this 17th day 01 Utb day Ol t. li., "14.M".r..y Want Ad. You'U find .vrythlnf TWO ba,. email ......t....&, St. mad prospect list Dir
    J.nuar 7. A.BftINf, (a) PAVID B. LEE uaollv ",'aI. flauMlB *vubl .
    afOAN ? LEDGER you need. for auaitfled mechsnirsllrinclined tllSl
    Clrrk of ta* Circuit Court .'I..ld. AI. Pottlon kueineesmea. Call Oper- .O.
    fC"u..t.J) Control Comlhlaaloft Sloe' WX loot Plant city
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    : OA pitRa .., eF *4V UNCt! 14054 $*UM, wP1.L55eI, 153 Nevies '..iSeiiDIXIELAND -- fS3N'.s. Fer SeJe
    .... ...mM tat* out 4..pL SINGER 5sfll PQtN51f F0I551tIt SIMOrS MS __

    "' I.ta .11" ..oe.rr ......... SEWING MACHINE 0ALl'nIdan.1wze oei 5001.'ID .

    lIID TV* Irrai .31 .., ; 552551055! I4Po.4O4E ONLY $100 DOWNI
    *. .Ia_ WorkUiBOMPMI 1Uo 0.cIlsob. asdI55.s. ? Southskl four
    IS1.-ta Admlnl" Us).. _. .... .-. ........... MEMORY AREo.n. bl.bth
    b .....w.. MO3fl. rscs 51150 0,554454 5105. bullS ID 1..10. two kids
    TV 44 M. 11'.,..... .... I poetf toot _1ftorram. \, .._ D. trDFLCX Lj I schools Total
    Kit foP aver iiitM. .0010, .,'
    Oh--.UI. Nma oil b<.,.,. ill: ...._ only .>. Tl p.Sep. twaantaaUt SPFOSOI4 a ., price only .81 VA. .
    I... (Udm. load _dill.... .111; MU S-4137 lIds. .1'" Rear $
    .tokM MUM, .p. (7 Mi t**.! Ptloa t CLEVELANDHEIGHTSI
    kuraw loetrlt) DM .1.... kMT* 21"VVJSi rfrlrator. ".. Iltt-
    tfitr. *$.60.. UU ...- tlMw. Mod air cendlUoner. *>oi all A..r.1 !
    *. tro.wrlt.r u>4 "Mud. ._ h..ilora, W, ia eto.. *a.l FA A.AITt*M..I.. Spotless two
    outllMk. kMk *15l .I4 M.r Urv .,torn. UOl lawnmowara ... 111w5. each Wilt bam Frloadat bm riG
    dIsk. ...11.*.. *W .I4 I.U.Mtakl BUM* *a4 port all lay IIOi .Uw 91170. EV1I4I-I rids room
    .. I9). ndUu taws mower, |90i ........IIor. jo. 411 floor and attach- BOW nr :xw> 4)4, 0.o) Oak. Fheoo irtf .....,. n hardwo
    ) two S7*.7 PX.lo BEERMAN garage, only
    takllk. kM.k" <*WB. Mt S.,. llur
    ... roldln. oIIat... kr 4oM. POLY FOAM RUBBER RELY ON.1074.
    Mir. oaoi Io. ,.kll... .....1... Member t
    .bain. ..... .>..oi l*. pop*,, OUTLET. M9S Buta .A.. MEL RUDY

    ovwral'll :54545.' -.thro-:....$314).p.k We Cut It Any Size I MERCHANDISE I I* AUTOMOTIVE RENTALS REAl 1 REAL [ I 1II-1UI .. -
    Cell MU 9-2044 ETAT SAT
    *Itoi psIr nikbw *.).. M.. 1 "' LL REL'
    MMI: )... ohUM, oomMB ..:: POLK TRADING MART iQ7 Hwinbtiii tepplles -I lil Msbile Hemss U4 Mobil Heme Lets 144 Acresee Lll Ferjele 1 153 Hsutss I "
    til B kM ii OM BWkt. .- NEW HOMES! 1527 E. Blvd.
    r 0,545 tour Brio* for Uio lot tottdlB v.. a.?. M Bat LASS Po' .ta MObl.LAND BOT-1010 5070.5454., WiI1.r' .1" Memorl
    Wobohir 4ttv .rTi eoo Montgomery Ward MONTEREY DELMA Hone Fark N.. I..' I rlearae pIns S 50 poP aero. I ior5. bobby 1 dial any Urn
    ..... WUI aIr,... 1r5554. MMHtoi GET A GAS HOT WATER MIRAMAR MARK Lakeland Bulk ry. ....,.1_ ear* .. ,._ aadoraea .Irp004. 51551. ." 1-10
    II OOTKO *ln..o* Mfwnu, 1005$. Meters, ...spilesPMdlObOara pal -. sod liona. Corral. laadlnaohukia ..1. I 3 and 4 bedroom crte Ill
    *o plo... plot sIsal I HEATER FROM WARDS VAGABOND awtar bus tinea Black 505 par 94) aoraaoaly 55.51 block and brick homes 1%
    ACC S901 .
    r.1.'e Hwy 33rastspo ,
    loaM llbrarip Ublo, two .1IIHlJtQ IIQIT". 1t.1O M" Have Hot Water When I new BMBPUH MBOO .... KM aaroa. 1
    ..r.B kvmlnit Boi MUM MM. kotkpoU *, 541155555 MOBttl *OMS INBOeUMCS) l.nln. and OIlS 4TOOOO. new bam" l1l0515i11r't'1 and 2 baths Some aiconditioning WSTSIE'il
    1M .
    $0) .07)0. su051.4 .... *5... pMdloblkM, awtaoardeOeeUllee. .) .... You Need Itl .. Baiall pet*. 1HO Morttt acraa .at.. .* frta ;: FlBoa, Uk Placid wit
    ..... ... Jot for ... DEE'S c' 3 to Dw "
    Mi I K.Will'* 555.P0. 94-Hr. tnitllaua lal Lake Dl... MO S-7471 Oarcraa. D B. I Modura SlopE "
    4r*_ 4rwwr. ,it tw. tuioauii 1'3- *II'. frontac. anly S760 por Bora Be* p.5k. VA bomea our *ner ally. choose from-near Winston h. .0 5.5.
    | aDd .Uud tl M>. Unit won 117 N. Kentucky MOBILE I HOMES 011.11 lal P5,55. .60 N." R. O. IM *r It. !. oardnerDlek ta itawa. Bblptey 55.52:5$1r1510' diuon Corner with
    .. .. 10 .t oak .
    Mk, M.'n *uiain. pot, .3.. 97 FOOT ChtU CralW twin MU 2-5103 To. Hlb. .\ '. Meaiuji loll Sal tdaral. School, near Southwest T. badra .
    klt.h.. Hool '1, *n* rBbfcor sIr M depth recorder. trsdo. slIp \ 41 M. 11'.10.... MTJ 4TKAIL9LR -.IIV. Mu.lop.1 .. \Phone MU 44113FIVE M. : .U.18. 1751.55.
    ...1..... tint condlUon. I4i kur .. :311 ....1_ P 0. loS 4. AuburSdllr __ 4..1 I schools and Southgate, also -U4 75 Inrludlftf IBM. and iaurauc >
    '> kowl, IBM*. MBlunlBuiB WO ,. ... 101 Nines A Mu.itBl Inol.1 BAU4 rentaje. lueuanca US hems f Rent 00' \10 .11", 11110t5. ._. ( SOU'V1IIIDS. .IIW.: Tr.d. '.U *. P51*. ,
    CbrMaiM tree ... a.11kl.d. alorave, pa ta, auppllaa. laeurod -I er PoutS Cn$51. e..ul ,. 'b., rlll. \.t I Sunshine Acres In Sth
    ulBinlnta ..d .... 100 iUfr Mstsrlsli, Itc. 01.1 ANI1)1U5 IPIISIIL 55 52500. .IU 5550 ,. .d.. Wslhl0P '
    IKbu. LaSSO 100. 50* 51.114 ;r.1: bond* lornl and aatlontrannporuira. COlUiVi; 8EDIN .. bus I. I dl.east Lakeland. For a ABBOTT-HECHES} CO.
    kM M koToral 04555 54090105 s.d olos.ptsrpol..l
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    BIWMrttoloo Jatk t 4710 heTampa Dr7tsrrPd. ACRJ kKh and dry twokedrooBi ,
    lop Biuir t* ... COB; 50055.510 1'1. I HI.h..'. MO 4-6O34 W .. modern bouaa Bar4raa4. Irtoos 551515 : 001154. man to show these homes -
    and ....k. AIM imoallod, _.... OVERSTOCK ..505 yAMAHA SlOOP .r"'d .Dl. .. .0.1 JulIo, HIpS, 'W K..II"
    a.4 olooorto Iron t* ... oold for; n.. CI" d.m...........'. D.atl ,.. !: 10'.M' Mit YLIII II:.AU *ondlUaa) ORNE"PRY bath. pploo)4 pond, Ir.lo.. 'fannedlanderapad 11. Sit South Lincoln Ill 5. TonD ... Pl CIA NIU
    ,..*,. .10...... Ko Miono tallplooM BUILDING ..._. ... ... IlalSo PllI'.n.... Adulta 110 pat*. ad I* .O .thl'. Motollo -' t. ., Sunday allornoca. .,
    *.4 B* unoar ...... ai. ArtSuP Stopps.545-3741_ Bonn Trailer Firk MU *.U MMODIRN Avenue, Phone .8.iotl, I .. by eppolnuneni Plant .'
    Worn, Bolmw Mrook BALK Od lot. 502.1305.IT '
    MATERIALS 40110 Laraebeautuul IIuUd11 HIl MEL RUDY
    HEAR -I ....IA.. Air ooodiuo 13$ ilnlb-rnUhta Apart 'Oaraay 7BXIOO One 5.. .5,.. CB 111,0. NEW LISTINGSBY
    BETTER USEDFURNTTURE .... hr.... H .. bork tram soaool. OWN&K
    OrorMokln Uk 1 .
    0.4 taroe rooau and IllS bath. .. LMLA REALTOR
    A Asbestos tiding, in THE NEW LOWREY ..n'bl'l Ownor. kiu S.I7BB. DIPLI1.. & L 0520.c4)ozcI. 'b. u sill _.

    APPLIANCESANTIQUES colors, balance on WITH AUTOMATICOIlCllr0TRA 140011.1 IIOM05 14W ..... W. 5100). 79557505 WT 15*. las.., MU -.. 1. MORTGAGE BROKER

    ft GIFTS band ............ $lOsq.: YOU PLAT B ono-Mt OONDIOLI ntlodr 5405..for. Mobil sUplolsO Hontaa.It 71105.Oolflen SoDrop. 940 UMTAlm D.I.I. No rua oounary. IU bearlni*.11 THREB BIIWM: I 1 bath. 1S27 E. Memorial Blvd. VA MANAGER

    wtw pOll rlBkl baad ... aui*. ? .. pet. adult or "ld. r). ty. Po..ld. tllo. 186-4107 time
    ChoiM f 4rBMon, OeM Snapping CGD.. BarlowtorMa :3ca ...... dial any $100
    DrBWBn Bat.tnaooa 40 CaL Penn quality IB- mauoallr rour no-aot nolodboooBii room*, Bar aUrae yard Real ?
    BO* B>4 ..... (iood, .... I B full *hor4- .... mon Opea .-. peroa 4*,. 314*. .BON *. 1Hbauu 7.,, tfaalrabl 10"1" Cal N OWNfl.n.
    br ...... Hon4 Oak Tub).. I tex flat wall paint Ills .rom ta* wrr first BOMBKK ...11.. UireoJroB enodrra 'orlo. .HI .alloy Sam... '. new
    Oak Wbllo Tbor HEAR ..........11or BOOTHBIDB > aparmenu wIll k I.
    BVMTO Taklo Pastel .. $215 gal PLAT WU4. TAOS lob SIr I. mIlls b OWNER SALE! hoaiai all tacauoai.
    green tw h C!
    Lab ".,Ie .... 10 tUDM TN' MANY ...lUuI stillS ... II' .U I... 45'S 501. LI.hll air ak dltlo._.1.. .Inniadlat _' 4300 dtwa. hauM. BEDRM. a..,*WOrn.p151w. ".. ,.I aa l>a to 040rno.UOp
    TV .- TV portafclo 2" x 23" Rockwool 05 IlopIsil sod ._. ?srmS. 115,15 531OslhIrt'n klt.ll.. 100' soP 94 .Mont. For aior InlaraiaUon 10 .. down payment .. bnmadtat powwloaltop
    olid ehorrr Drop Loot TaM I CANNON MUSIC CO. lIH1d '-'U' 011 Jerry Mardl. CT 41914or "U.11.101.. M .11. Smal by or call tpdoy T H. TiKk.or .
    Ltwuok Kod Lon _t Insulation ......... 4c ft LINCOLN COURT A 5.545050 00 Will.CY 1411.. Win. oa .. Road In Mtdulla a *r Moaltor. Mf 4-1 ITJ. v A
    Pint _t Bot PTOOM4 041PrlBt KU B Ptorlda Art 'I.I''I'1 122 Mobile HMHSI Wents fop doIlmSd tIP "., BARGAIN MEW 55,.. bedrooBCB thr till baUi CB bom ana PBA Area rVowrty Maaarari
    Mpl Ooloro4 DtkotUM. Homosote bed board Opoa Prltfar ''''' Lblad'. NOrh LI lb' log W. 7thMU carport, utility. built-in boat. "I. rarport and ulihtr. .on. a' Tucker Blu., lla M. Mae*. Ay.
    (0 l e ptaoM Choirr Colorodp.d,10a tile baUt. ineulaw. lot
    21050 'IANO, 540W 'boDe WANTEU) TlU.1LII4: .ndor $1,004. er awnlawlndowa Lakeland.
    Boll Uobcxaar Bodrooa IX ............... $420 54355.05V110A9. MVj 51105. ......... .....1.. .WrItS "t 5 ACRES luired "a. dluuen .- B
    5.).. Wnnol OprKbBoeroUr Jim Oann S>M Saat Broadway. MODERN DUPLIX tw* bedroom duel aellln. .. B. p.m.." c.1 Trann
    ? Dab-S lot ..*.. Mini Ruiiwin Interior lock BKADTlPUb BM4 Bplaot ncraaa from nolle*,. I.". backyard oily 10... 49.too. 411 Btra..Also ..,na.
    CHNtM .art. ABurloaB Watu Blanoa, tram tl c..... Bl I 1039 "oD"d. MO ..18 nlo* tw* bedroom CB Lar... .,. ELM
    sets ........... $100 ei I .. .. oHared puvsd ROAD
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    Color pos1; ... currior Im (** Ha 124 Trvckt Trailer FTVB ROOMS .1_. .. Le. 8t*' 4owabaiaaoi 14* room, Bear .10. etoroi anohurohoa
    Dun_ PII" Tabll and t Chain plan Hit ..... Babr Oran laenuaa. Ideal toy OB..I.Bt & Idel homo. NO DOWN PAYMENT Very modem 2 BR block
    ... HUdoB TrtatIB Interior white pine piano SObS ,"II. .""D'.. MM .Ur (4S per ..I. Cl J mPowor 717 ., .S. loUt. b_..
    -4 Oak Ch. : 1214 FORD 2454 1.115. 40. .1 or couple. Very " with T 1. S .s. home tin bath
    5701 Collector Itotniif abutters ....... 10% OFF $0.55. 710,1155. 2000 55 751095 .....".,. Mstb'STrsdl M94919UNFURNUtHED. ReaJtor M4UT314S Atre. T...... dlwoun cork
    11._. Down pamBoBlTM rain la eaulty aootplcroaia electric _
    I.dlo. T.I.vlsIi'2r0UMoNT Pool "I kitchen
    I MODERN \a duplei .B ro.r MALL non
    Bo4.ot PlaaOPOB lola *r truck tradePhone
    MOB thru Bat.t Garden Stakes 50 piece 1937 CHtVBOLTI: plrkup trur I.u rom and b.t. Two owner ....' B94-17JI drapes Older es- to paiWl bundle: 4 ft. $2.00 bundle, model VISA .taDd 1.1..luu., N...... Olrtsr.k. I.Vi. A.1 _Avenue tll .... a alU>a t 3304.774*.BeuttFlorida ... ...Call 1739THREB liii.... PrepertyRialDEMTIAb 991 BEACH: Avenua'm., tat BRICK HOMES cart neighborhood.

    PUT -.&. ThADUo 3 ft. bundle u... .th..1ot 0 It, .40. IlU .. ROOM apartment. TA1SPA11IpHW31'1k0 S 442' .. |.. RN
    $1.50 twp
    ....... Itr. ,. ..., room tram 979 Harry
    '4I.III. wAi.iC Los ) TI'S Sold GOU'dill. tov.. yofrlaerator 0"11'" .n. 001. "oa llvlnt 504 dlnlnv Cal Me'llk
    THE SPINNING WHEEl Coodt ... 550.55051 gut 5.11145 h... furntabad LocaUoa near ;0.. 1.llor. 524 Wo .,a 51. HOB. TOO lana 0.*. .0m..I.. $ $56.36 MU -
    MCOINNESLUMBER S.rtl"l I tool*. eoulpouBt er ..).. Hac 14) Mortoa and Kwik ChekWorklni .
    1M. .. PiorIdi. W 54502 two III..... bunki II..U'D.. Bee anpl pralerred Pnane : C..MEROIAL. 10. .n-Ivt.

    ProS 0,00155 55 Pu.r 01 StIr. CO. 00.PULL hood UNO'nl;. _Ie..ul"50,0111%. 1ll4lt'jV4 sod. A.prOSlmsldy -. IT90 Boutn Llnooln ..31 _ _ I Rudr Induilrial Roaltor lott...ttaT..1. MoaiorlalBird .1I 1200 DOWN 9(11 Bwnlh By ewnor P Bloom R M. MARLER

    BOW OOOPT .aa w* lot, Wait 0)50 40. 555.5545.. 18111 5. TON s4ou. 059151155 BRAND 041W..ot .... .an4im14e attractive 1 bod'MI CB small dowa pajMoat MI Bur loll
    wall carpet from .1..0 ... MDttPoae 600 West MAIN ST. >B8.HBO aff"'r 4 pm 74,4. Orllln' .'''''. ....II..t ihaola. Thle I* the nlroet twbodroont home. buut-lna ..yard, 11244M MISS Bio4il BOW nador BOB.IrnotlM & SON
    or.... M.l per aauartyar4. Wants MUcsllaiiseil p0.41110.. 00505555. ...-.3.. apartment la Lakeluikllohen '.rm., 6rsy i, ..fh. .

    Bcauar ru... .. ptaodart 112 "ter I .. 0*100,5. sIt SOOdItIOSId. buIlt 40 Adftfc a .._ U i ,.. DUB TO ._. ...... will loll! .mmtXA"tutuSSt_
    elM and apMlal eule i. pourdIs..OIIOIP CASH fort uuuod 1150. .. 504 0005. ....... three bodroom tw. balh SSr.l- n
    andrale OOOD U'IIalr: PBBdlnifluah our 1100 4)-I.. 1104 Wla.k. 0.055.54 o..ul old-Ml Taleorla lllo Bmlat Utkou4) lISPS. IMS"FURNISHED
    laoludIM roBBda door.. bull MM baa*,! MU 3.3277, ....0111... M.lor .oaplolP .. find 1rp.. OnIP 10055 bOss. lent MndltloB CB bom In H ah IMPERIALCONSTUCON
    ....1.. 4oM IB ourOWB Cnarle Border. MU no.o. ,
    BUB nice phone _
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    SorIfl00 SIPS
    .. eaaiMTlt 11*** JalftUal WlntfOW to WATVD'iMMXDlAT.ty. H.. 5.5401 Du" ureo. Near CII' rlio. Pakrlc lie _loaraao yard black .... ......... ..._._.*. .ts plI.1 ...... 1Ie.III. 150.5 IIV for bItS sslI. IW '.1..&. '-12 Dick ,.1\ Ofrin 14144COUNTRY.
    Outlny par 1,45115.. 55001) *. phone CV S131Koul horns 'or .. .. CO., HOME
    and whit print at loa. waronplalda 1-0043 41 CHlVBOLaT: plrkup tor ealLike .. 119 UBfitrnl.btd Hostsi96m. TWO BKIROON
    .* 9B*. pint auallly mill now Notify etoba CoOun. I. 05.11 .U. I 5.
    ad. at B aavltw t* lit your IDS Firntreri & ApptlonctiTV AUTOMOTIVE (-.11 '"'US,,'. ORVa 05150515. 16 ..,.4005, 411 Pt.. Art. I. ACRE $3,000
    btda-i and wortki B rtdB out BEDRMS. kur b., moll. araaoa. S .. I ran old HOME ,... anre. .16.till .IS 3I
    O O Hamilton """"""'$ Maw CLL\NJIUI ...b4uIhIsOodltlo.tpd Ili temobtlei Fer isle"a 12S BOTH '... 1..1. aeay Lak. wIth iDol keuio. food loofttloaRodaere Uirea bedroom. lop baiba, 5000dow r**, total riic U ju"t "
    Dad City Hllb_'. t T/ll mlloe _. ......... psrtS.OrsalIdI "011.1. .. Clevolaa North St L..I. C"I 51.1.0110 ,. Old Folk City Road "UUI. ,3.101 cold ta ootll ......0
    I North al Intoretal 4. Slort,).. 13' CI.... CHIVY U. air MHidlUonoiaotoBiaUt ) .. IKHUOL *150503" l.' 5.o4 d.oo55b7 ''-1. With, 700.554 .551-tOSS ..11bI" .- !..e aed nuhl nuromont
    I.n' H.llbte 11,4" IlU '''211. trawmlulon Ford 111I. 005,0455 f.'. and ..".nd. ,Baa ,, lUal or, 054ii.! $50 PER looms about S Idel. cut 51 towBl
    III'IIIID: QUliZM ...IM, ..rIsnrtsp. radio Ill' GMO. 1131 In'.rn.U..I. oollectl. 7141151 *5000014 hnm. sod I
    .04 pomp. 535. l.a. 01541 TV BARGAINS. Completely rebttUt h..'... '''"** *... II,***. Call 1.4' Pln'bl.' t9'sPh ...11 511.9514 I' IU.188 147 Income ?r.p.rtyTRRn5.W5k050055 .,171 50?.. .nd. $13,011 Ssoh. MONT
    Roaj. Rawla) Park, MU 9-MM. and iuarante4 *3t M anup PSI-ill i i 1iIilbIlocAT1oN. S ISr Phon MU I.lioo. KEN HARRISIKaltor
    Fro .........1.... Alms TP ehopptnt and 11011.. 'hr bedroorna .. 5.0)00. 411,05 and } braroom 0"'
    AUTOMATIOr WABHBPX Mud tooouch Lakeland. beet km la nw orueed 45151.CUIVROLET Low Monad WHO RENTALS til. .. .. yaoatk rip 550515. br.. ."Imml' Poll, 'LW DOWN ..,m.." 111w. CS. hat Biirt b* eold Immediatelyo brhanror LMLA
    lawnatowoy, .attreaMe andeprlMi. TV .%| Hit* Dw TT KMAuburndala a. All .4100.IrusIs.4look. trhaa with *etln Sir's. carport .Iu.' 5 ...nll laeom. 501 381 3Iop.Wsll. Two 4.545. Ilorsi Buallfylnr' n* .clonln oott BO IPOS B. Florida AnM .
    Blahe*. iaraoa tanuathor R4. OMB till '.00 ooadltloaod w pw>r ttrtd lluoair : 121 Bvilnsu Plscsi Fee list 179 a month Phone MO 1-193.. irapvrtr and at S401 Taailowood B93.1749. ..1,*.. Minimum down paymentnd 31(1

    ha aebol4 .51..... .n4MIO8CD ...._no 55175.nsiozioaa.. _ and .*u nun*rt ii.. ,51.40 S ...d MO '..20. 1:::; bedroom CB tual ,. rou move la. For Inlom.lonph.n.
    PORNITORa, bur trade. : W A s so a R a, .r ani 04554. -- -- -- m P04)LIlAnd. C..Jalorelal b4554- 1 'ARnV. .'unlth'Rudy Real c. DELUXE .115." dupe .... .and atit Ian* ll.. ...., 'b..b .,

    MU .. not Coahraa Btroot at 10..).*. .ir ondlltonor. at*. All lop with llrlnt antrtore attached 1197 Memorial al. 194 Tw IV floor, lrraaml off North Flo,Ida te I.
    North Wabaab Areno. MO make. repaired Prompt npr; Oslo ownor, (u 331 feet hlihway fronta ..Ithpl..t 4107ROM. Air S004ItluflId. Frlced Convenient ta ally but 19000ermi Space andLocation
    ..... I' IstaIppod. .ood P.041)10.. C'II and 111 H MU 2.2283
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    7,105 ptrklna
    4-001. W* lit Tap eervlo eM u lor o4 a4 *p-,.13-1' 1041. lIt., .. .a'-131O mIllS 050550054. 15.Slorr for home or Investment terauiloeln "II
    T al land available on.I.
    10 acre .
    taoBpaCLOTHKolLUIB pllanee Mid 5)104. MU S1334TSN
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    loll MinCDHT baraiop 9391 New Tampa HUhwar. 011.1. .2 "lt APAR'NT
    None 4ley, Mil pay TT Ap-' coup* .
    POSTS. iroaUyrodueod. totlrameothomx All
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    tot t" BOBipletolwelded. '511150.. 1330 Auburadalt 114 .. ... .
    I 14 15.154. will ....... 1191 la iMt irawlif eommunl ..1. $004111 L. COUNTRY LIVING
    41* with Ibooka "U81'71, Writ' BofM ... 1 ', rorner ".
    l00IPs. .s.rUlr.. OMTMIPowor 129 Fsmlihid ApertmeritiTHRBI'ROOMa bed". I,. ( required SoreS Lui. ".ruo U. 'rO
    MM and plIJO pairHoai A'AR'I'M&If'f IIIZ" 555 55.05.. UNPUINIHEDUPa& t .t4 4,0 ,.nd lot. DoubI. ....... 401 550.15VrSIusb ,7 ruIirS,4 CB Cabana on 1 axtr On.I. lUi a ,I.n.
    d.II..., *0.. ..* Ma10 Only sad I menuii. Real monabla. ill? "ERCURY 1I0nllr. All b.UI. 111,0.skId. bl. Al5su., ...hl. d. Flor-,p.nlhod. ready u move In Intro, ... u.. ae a 1. or .-
    > $. Watford MtnulnlurlniPUBUO 1. ct.I.v 1-1443 MU *- pOmS,. 145454 "IIA ....... $400.MU aid. Sowso 440 l 1911 Carolina 14> Watsrtreiit PrejurtyYmo Ida to appteolkt Pilot >. .. Terraaao throuihlopafat .
    Two 50P5r PIll .
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    MOT1CB TTJe (ollowln 4447.Usro. sod '6.. tro .3J8'. fol 5AL TtW1C11 0511511 c. ID. BY OWNER: Two bedroom. hiuee I BaUi CB horn, rent aoreoned pauo Bounde Ilk.
    .winBiaohUie* rolaaaad Icy teleAutomatle '.1 VOLKSWAGEN pickup truckporfaot unturnlehrd. prl SIT ROOM 3 bdrool a*>' .10... Watr) heatar Ill.. nelchboreNear near arhool. Only IO,700. wotlier "' typo Prlrtd
    'J' \I .u. ... 1-door WmtIssp- FURNISHED OR horn and pill... Pal' .11 10,0
    , al* 554 pwtabl hoop 11001714 ......_101'. PP.55P. .dllol. eno wnnr. 10 .... bath entrance. 11700 UM nette. Phone Ml 1-1191. hauea .1 h 11001. ilorea Block off "700 down balance 114. r.t UNDER 13.0 1.Ia ..
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    041 n. Bincay .autoButl aortakl ..... 14). 1110. ..,. .205015S5 000 tnlloa ..h... MU. t-Otlt 110- 501 moathly. dance Apartment ,_ S aaweek Florida '. Will aell furnlnh' KaUilMa area 1155. M.I.
    ...71. Maothl al* aa. autoaiatle 3-3731: THREE all I dan Croom 0 A>CoooheeHideaway ... or partially furnl.hed
    54445.WILOONIAlS .I..I'I Wi
    51op505 () .10 11'.1 MU IIROO.
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    ..._ '12*, Term atailakl. Main II....'. len PLYIIIOUTlf burd5)p.. All kitchen. ", a.UlI. S tnllee Horth ol SOea I... lat* modal .. .. SEE THIS
    PS.... MO i.j jtPORMAi. ....... 5400 UOO. 050 *55,0.II APAIlTIoIEN For.1.5.4 Road oa Bplvey Road. III monthMTJ '01. Waoda and water 199"IH4. A. S. MORROW

    *HIVL .1.! lil4Blraoot BADCOCK'S I14tlIlson. .U '..0010.loel sr sOSIll.rOlShrd. 5.0)5Morbon. 011 I'. 9-9M9 BAQLB LAKS. Ukolrant build NEWLY deooraU lOP Ha 1..d. with that S nice could lot b> Realtor. tN

    Ilk. BOW PBI4 (99 eft KARMAN 0141*. .1100 ...10. 5550141111 I.k..n'III'. TWO BIRN CB bbol hops.oI lop alt.*. I7S 400. ....UII PRIL.URD CB IIOUM. Pickup 1 lied up lo be lo. ale. KN-S17 Six B, 7u .
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    ..II .4. Boy'. wblt4 4lnne Jacket. Are Barlct Tlutr .11.115 05.. .Id CIt 'or par.. 1030141 .. .hhrhood' ....3.aa. Data. palmt' tltrul traea. T. I. menu.. 9114 Strawberry 0 MW S.31ST ay W f-5791
    .i. MU54154._ PURNI0HEDAPA551'MIOTS al Mslls.. .. 1.0' S. 10 Lane. MU 1.1001.OTOWISFOt. TO
    SEMIANNUALTRADEIN 417 South Tenneaei*. .. TWO PIDROOMShllP55. dIn- ..... ... 0020051.CAP. WAN aUIL1T"o
    THOU lIP olMtrui aivtac. Ukaw 10 CHRy.L"R 10., door 'Bd '0. .fOOD.bli.1 Ito. lane livini and utility room one acre and three 114 BARGAIN!1a
    ........* atartcr. Prtoe4 f_ CLEARANCESALE (55,000) ...n.1) 4,00. Both Sold MV 5.2505.MOlt 740,. 193. .*r 49l4 .921 CORAL H." III.. .eo bedroom CB full tile bath rar sod I.1..' Parker. buy bodraom two baUi home Brp.
    Ulck aal. Call MO S-47M condition _n.bI.. >M-.T30. !. APARTMENTS. ona and OleanderTWO 10l' my 11.110 lId port utility room MU .-11 20... O L .
    furnlahad .. 4114941BY dlnll room Plorld room,
    ON"r 111M 5510 .......... AU I'U 110 3D A .....10. A.I as41(115. .!two rooma. 0101.Unena Motel titllltlea 4100 New BEDROOM houM Btove 5.150,5 lr. .1" 4 pm .. O lui lo*. S...,.
    515.1.55 555.0101. 5551547. 4.14 tTF TO WO IlU 17977.'OI and refr aerator furnlabed" Lrelot OWNER. r.. bedroom cot. FOR IwO bedroom CB L... ll .enl ... lot ., boue. for
    IBOI South Uaoola, PBOB* MV TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE T. .. jtlihway' I IAVERACIIVELTURNIIOHED Chid. ..10.*. Call "U8.8e. tan completely. ', .... looot horn 'AL. down penmen I lltu ..0.. Ui you
    5-4632. FOB YOUR OLD BEDROOM CHR'1'OL AU 005,0. sIr : I S weekday*. on Lake Marlon. only 510001V. 1709 South SInS Avenue. .
    tJF ..40411405.4.. ....... 110O. .54. and I bId_ avarimont. Larawtf at I bedroom oottuea on lOll SETH McKEELREALTOR WARY
    TO tit
    ... SIS 5500115. lr. bodroomaecrerned bedroom brlrk E
    V'IID 30 55)55 .d 545.1.1.VII. 1213. Phone lot at Anna Maria enl 111.- UIO BUYS three LEAHY
    401 Bouta norlda. .
    .. ... TRADB-IN ALLOWANCB Morton IO wIth rIrrt. ( bllods
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    ood terma On*
    row OLD UVIMO ROOM 51 OLDeMOBlLB atlonwatoa MU 1 M97DESIRABLE .m'l tN
    \ ... 1. Woodland ar 119
    OnIr 534: '0. 1tD.1D 51.0Sri. A'\ 1910
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    C5.sai. aao Woo, 5110 CF TO 190 (1 (60 OS Oldi BOUTH9IDE apartment 'Bx1IT. unfurnUhed hotu. Spring. l. rood Sill. L. ill M. f. AVBTO .
    mobll Mdaa. tsoo ManhallWl FOR 21. S-4141 MV I.7M4IXCIUIIVI
    ... TflADB-nf ALLOWANCE newly dec
    MI. Sop anir ,
    mea Oa but term Boa O owner. 100 X 111 four ci .tn
    ...... room and bath rom
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    FO. 702155 OLD APFUANCBVf A. d. cine to aura "0.. .0 Pou I. ._ CLA".O
    pOA 54.1,5. ,14I1A. ....._...'. ora" rloa* ta ortiool. ShIllS 1011 (*.. Fhoue MU 1 hrea: room cabin and hi "Cj.lFIa0 OI..L.AV DISPLAY
    ....11...' SSIS.I ...d 5.550101 TO 110 i PALOON Tmk up .., 2-1201.. lD''or. 940 Fhon MU .-. ._ 1133llfl. lrllo toil Ford Falcon. ,'",.
    755,55. .004 _dl-. ....... Ie TfUDB-IN AUX>WANCIPO I., r will trado oiiuiir Sp.s.r CLEAN DOUBLE sod alnil bedieloctrlo FOUR EXCEPTIONAL 5110.5. "Mlicsllenseus ... 3 ..I. North of
    TOOK OLD DlMrrT ,omo ash. a 47B7. ;
    5.11.. .IM DIll. .,... kitchen Oil neater prl 15,.. bedroom. two bethi. central L.I..d.
    SEE THE SENSATIONAL 1 $3 PALCON lip,I." All BOOOIM vat bath ,* rent 1049 heel. ar. Clark ; HOUII.3.. Weet Tenth
    PrIM. SprInt packa.. Btnall tqultrUMUIO Dorothy Realty 4944011EVERAL .Olola. anell
    THIS WEEK'SSPECIALS VALUES monthlr Ph.... IIJr. MU 3.3474ifter
    1: THREI ROOMS ooutral 7lIIoS
    ... three I
    5)55.0110.54 flp.r 555.1015pl0) A T 4 JJ3I. Port .d. Clean heated. alertrlc. kltchrnorivat homea ava table. A. S WEST OP WltBBTFB a I pm,

    1511.,, 5170515.0 :FOR BALE .M M.reurr I pao.Mnfor parkin. Adulta only Morrow ItosItor.. MU 1.1117. 3 AlO. BFKHOOMB, tJIW DOWN 1180 DOWN. lei mon'Mr. Three L !
    ......, 5555.51. wacoa. a.w aiotor. hoaloradl .12.110'. aUAUrilD BUYKHaMrl wdrooma. m b.'h. wood
    full MODERN THREB k"tt** u ., ,FA RCALTOR, 1627 K C. NiarJKB
    .1. DOWN ttttnn 551 IIv10o autotnalte power TWO .WROOM ups,0054. loora. I. corner .
    Kat 7 n Silt Unoleum 14.TH Ar'
    ... .... waahln Biarhln tonnectlone, ANYTIMEVILb ,
    *$. (29 M BOB epruu OCmneriprlni .-.. .Prlood; to Mil JIJO Dili L.... .room.. ..111 __p71,5w. lood ...1., neighborhood. 0411110 NIINRAL: IM 410T .,5ol. 5111910. 55oItOr, OI"lua r Ii5S.dolrnl.l,54.3S54lo5 4'
    .10 DOWN linn) toy IPPIIUMs ...... ,". 5505 .'.. .
    mIlk,,. .. HIM IllS' CORVAIR Non. F.., adul" 1f1..I. ..,d... 4154. $70. e. '
    Lot. abeat Ireeaor .. .. UM 99Mapl DOWN doll... aD' kMrooM ......, 051550. 54110,. 11.10,5 sIr. .011101. 004504 ..' .100. Uire bedroom. II* riATUKIICOMPUTI
    Btudeat Deeka ... .. 491..9Re DOWN .11I.... Miy 4ii.tM OOSOW.... lI.k. .. .".,. 543. UPPER two bedrooma llv nl 05545. IfIW.hlrnL P20,1155 alCHIATION CINTI

    *. 9199..0 4 piece foam *urvodeactloaal 5.I "... III' ,.1_ 0024. roolll. kitchen. bain cedar cloeeta Ill NORMANDY Modern. thre fir 1 .. 151 Ktel Iitete Euhanse 050.0'" 01,159 r_. .. ,
    ...... .... .. SillS) b.dI'10001s. 407 Normandy CON
    .. 1'S CHEVROLrr tour door M. N..r alorea. ..... Adillla 499-4747 .. .. I.,.. hot. SOSotS 1... DMIN.IVM .
    Oa4 bedroom iuliae *oipll fenced ,..1. O..kR.I" TRAD booMS ID Lake and IlU .. Vni end Tl A**>*IMMHOM '
    01 dan otadar4 ........ ...*. S REAL N1CB tipper. Twp "'ul"MIlO' 4B440111VS 111' 07075 Psrk. Po" .
    4WI Auburadal for l nd or,010.
    _...".. ton ahalld .. Siao i0o4 W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Mala ..11..dor. rad'a.. tound bodr HI aea la approral. After Iuce ROOM all elocUrlo Rani or tr? property or bur your eaultyIB tiIlo.I BIDRM. 1"0 451... 50.930 AND 110 rift MO.

    ao4 TV. .. ... .. S4II.. w..1 Manor o ., Trimmer 1144 Oak hill and furoled. land or ouatry ,r.t Bt. CB ...1'.11. vk 015075. .. 55001)514 1.00055
    I.lot paint taliw to SIll fltor and '11',11I.....* 'n PONTIAC Ills iww ".000 DUPLEX BOUTHHDB--Ul;Per ,p.011 r.r. Road U R C Leie or L, Irs) ... onltnurnlahd :) SOp. Sp.. : .
    Mw ti M lal.DH4 Mulberry. Florida artual ..I.... 3oo nr polIty or tw. bedroome tile lath ihowerNear monUt Permanent tenant. .0&Dick a Aulo .I''. Dick;:' Shopping ., / .*... '
    dlnett eaU .... SlIPS BPOiood Mulberry. Blare. Hourtl .no*.r oar la trad. Call MU Southtat. Adult. 9404 .oi.. I'. loll Cut .... ori. churchra and achoole : 1"
    aeo4 ._ and rfrli.eratore 9 9 at. .. 4 p m dally, Frl .1... -4O71 or 502PIlLPHTICIANN Carolina Avenuo IlU '.'133. .lUlltlr* and ,. protection Juet I .' 1101 OAS PASOSP ...-.I, ,
    ..... ....... 44*M BPStyl antu 5 984. MODERN: ..upl. two bodroom .. Out of OIly By appointmenty .5. 7_ S. .0055.1.4 P0
    eraft Hint ... S3 "4 (alien Opus AH Day WednesdayFlorida 1.171140. Cltlvro., THREE ROOM fbriuhod apart41 turnlahod or unfurnlahedeloetrl ""I TRADa ms55rfroot lot for MU 1 1110 TIlls horn wa. 10 ',.' 0 : *
    tu* tart. itook at Plumbioi andHar4war 0... tel 5.aIlW SIOSSI ...I.. I.' "lAir 116(1. 1-45.. h.rdpI m.n'. 0,151.. .."....,, .dull. so.p1,704 kllclun. ..m.l. ".leanhoUMtr hnl..I.lor. (.11 Mtf 3.1017. 99' Faraile of Homea. Lana tot I" : "
    S .ylIsdOr. automatic. beaterUTOophonl ., ...
    000010 .f."ed. SIOPISIp.wSlor prlv ,
    Reel hOsts WontidW .
    Ply Poaoa* Bed Pill** .... '1." Lakeland *_ ." Star radio. .pew paint.Uro .; 'U'III.b". 544 1114I-01. *050.. *..3.. .1-114 or 152 IO net*.MONEY FV.: room down CB D .1.'o. 4 ...._ I.,
    brake Ineldo-out- "
    SiP No. Florida Are. Intorloy 01514 TOWIf _'Iou. dOSS "''' S OE rnulUI Ne,d III'I h.II altolIr oily beach-Aubul . 4' ,
    WE PAY TOP PRICESFor ild. Ilk. new Chevrolet I960 Bel i """ 'r
    Ya Rlfbf __. Automatic. mod IrSIPOr"" ..ta. 7545 wsto.r.nd .. Matnoll for .* Mel Rudy *. If you .D pay 199 man'h. v," ;" I
    554001: Will Treat Air 4-door V. HIKWI CIT.
    Good Used Furnitureand new Urea. Motor perfect Oood ..".... III PortS 1455.1 'ld Ib T..o ( 1197 Beat ..m.'le.Olrl-4107 ..1 WO 25130.Cl.ASSISISO. .,,i_ w.absol 41s54a "

    Appliances ps15155 d Interior. .....1In151111. ar 41.050. .81-14.. bedroom CB too ... OISPLAY 55S515.00d..05u. ,
    .. MU '. MU 4.0411. : .
    WE BUY ."- P'OR LIGHT bosnk0010P. .r LIST YOUR
    3-2044 .
    CALL MU '41 PONT1AO air conditioned. .nd II.hlAl 'unlthod, 141 month TERSE .IR. CB Cr7.00Lska
    POLK TRADING ,power ._In.. brake. automatic. North Vermont.nlraaa .. 8 .. Plo. WITH US
    SELL radio heater I214O. 11 Fontlac THRn PUKNIIIHIW P.0)05. all H',,., I. .. 49H4U9HOUTHBILB. PROPERT

    MART TRADE convertible. '1'''. Both ....IIeD, 01"11'10 545.5.5. .. I.. 0,10514 :. TWO kodroomi Whorl? raft BELL '" BON REAL ESTATE AUCTION
    OB. Hwy. SI .a.t .....041. *. ioo4 neat. OIl Baat tore and rfrlralor luralenad "I DOWN."ML. Shorty '

    G-O-O-D PLYMOUTH lI4)55DERS1507: B.,. I.,.. H.lni area. 990 nontoly r Realtor. UULA 904 B .

    SINGERSLANT0MATIC V... Loaded. ......'10..11' ......' WANTED: WOHKUIU baclIrU MU 5.0711 ..> >*> A 05555. Phone MO 9.1173.
    USED ....... INrol ta B. T.... A**. ParklniLot
    401 Watt OrM
    lops .I..U' or beyi. Reiennce rnulrd A.M.
    140 Wan I..! Te Rent .) SATURDAY FEB. -10:30
    .a 499 19U1M1 Mold ....... avalabl' Bhare MI.e I ,
    ..pon ae. MU a-al.'.
    WOULD Ilk* roeponalbl party tala PlfldlOhAL )1""U iiii
    monthlyaU 041. Full power. Oood tire*. Fun price. EAR BEARBTOWN en* bedroom In' .. ...ur..h. PORKCLOaKU REPOB1 B I
    *. *rer a II .. 9900 MU 1.IMI. '. .hod apartment. adult anlyM .. "" ,. $11. anala la many Lakeland areai
    .. aa IIMII ...... Blaiu '' ." a. .t Mel Rudy Realtor 1591 .. Memorial 3019 WOODLAND HILLS
    >. lleea1_. ....10'. 053- 403).
    .. automaU ... **. eowlntjohln FURNITURE WIPOSANCU Y..' .redll 10 Bird 4M4107LISTINGS .
    ... Uk* new halano Ml 90Phon .... 1... 1. 141 ........ ....0111.. 374ACHtXOR. NKEUEU BEVEHAL .t..II.
    MO 9-4137 01011 (.... ....."" APARTUKNT. Clean bomea fop new ,. ., I
    It Appliance ExchangeMU entral location all atllltl* en<. Morrow Realtor!. 999.1197OOUPLB WANTED (CLEVELAND HEIGHTS)

    WAI.NUT DININO 1400. 0 .451". 2:222 Lakeland 117 Aelemebtlet Wsntte1 I eat furnlehea. print ....11.1..*. WANTS la rent I. abr
    blf.1. 00. 411510'. 50U1.P.115r.'stsif.d WA:4)'T513C1.SANic.olo'sS' '40. 499-1909LAROB .psr.0001. Moot We need listings on Homes

    :. ..0514'. b.1510.IIS. I... 302 E. Memorial Blvd. hSpd.l.: CsIIMU 5-35.5. 1 TWO -,..... duplripartment .. 00-Id ...hb'h. .,b and acreage, call 2 bedrooms large closets extra large living room
    Nlo*. iult sod *leaaLar to,, a .."u, rr.l" mOle ,
    CLAIP"0)tV'USED I 104 Gas, Oil Feil.1'ROPAI'I PAY CAll' for pickup trliuk or .. yard .fl atft-park n* TED TOWSON ,
    .. PI._
    WIdOr 11 mldol, SIll
    and nice kitchen with cabinet
    tat Harm Webetar. .,...,.. MU iu>r dining area ample !,
    ... NO 3SIll.WI ..,..... !
    ; GAd lu' oo kll.. h. REAL ESTATE B. Florida Av* ,
    B ._.. ait .*.*.. Irritation HMIUtrial PAT 514 u. for. 51115* 1191 M.31e broken tile porch nice tile both extra closets
    T.o'... IrIS sod screen ,
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    126 TICK"KINDS TO Qin' 14 Taesda y LAKELAND. Feb.>> 4, 1H4 LEDGER, Police Traffic I II nmaseKSaeadr I
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    rtd NKKORET SE FARMS 2 T I U.S. Ambassador J: Workshop Beginsthe WORRY CLINIC

    ttrav* Pre St/ A police traffic workshop began the first session at the Lakeland Insurance Institute for Highway ,E. Taylor, director of services,
    o VS.>> ln*** SwUl CmMr GDI To Philippines here yesterday with about police department Safety Washington. Florida Turnpike Authority, Ft Woman Becomes

    (ftanw I 30 members of various Florida Aimed at preventing traffic In addition to their work In Lauderdale; J. Hardln Peterson

    Asked To Stay On police departments attending accidents the course will coverall the classroom the police personnel Jr., city prosecutor Lakeland; Insanely JealousBy
    taking the course will be and Glenn A. Sudduth executive
    WASHINGTON .(AP) WilLiam Three phases of traffic investlga given a practical application of director for the Dade County
    E. Stevenson has been InjuredIn don during a tour-month pro traffic prevention methods Safety Council. George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D.

    tall asked to continue as U.S. ambassador gram.It I learned during their weeks of A- nature- or- the- program will
    Amaldng CASE R474 Clara K, aged (womb removal) six months
    Winter Haven be
    is the first of Its kind In ichooling. a class by Elbert Hugunin.
    Soft cushloil to the Philippines because 46, is a very attractive social
    played Mrs I Florida and Is sponsored by the Instructors, aU traffic safety representative of the National leader ago.She
    of the unstable situation
    .; YOU Auto AccidentWINTER Florida Safety County: Florida experts, come from various locations Safety Council, Chicago. al.1 worshiped her
    0III A TIGHT FIT In Southeast Asia. Police Chiefs' Association; and throughout the state. Included Personnel taking the course "But something" has gone womb as the source of all female -
    The White House announced on the Instructor's list will In turn take back to their! wrong with her, Clara's college physical charm.So .
    WM FOR REAL COMFOKTI Monday that Stevenson had RAVEN Three. NEWS OF RECORD are Inspector Harold Barney communities ideas and suggestlons daughter now she feels bereft, unwanted -
    OR TOO MONET BACK persons were injured, one seriously Informed me.
    special services division, Tampa which are made during "nothing but a nothing
    agreed to stay on at PresidentJohnson's in a two-car crash about' COUNTY "Dr. Crane,I "
    149 DENTAl CUSHIONSECKIRD count Police Department; Capt C I the course. and not a thing at alt.
    request one mile west of here on the ODtutrnrUoa Mr**, itu etc. ... Jtrrr my mother!
    Stevenson submitted Ms resignation Havendale Boulevard about noon i>, PK).OU, tvu Mikm must be losing! She entirely wrong In her
    DRUG .
    STORES On.
    Bmiuk n Ant Wood raw* false notion, but as
    last tnui t, her mind long a*
    month. 'esterday. for!
    --- IndMirutUbt* Womw. pee? Na? nLurnM 11 Florida Southern she firmly believes, she acts r
    In serious condition at Winter OolMoB *t use ranor* taiX.Ultrt.IM she has recently -[ as if she is mentally unbalanced -

    Ned Ceih re Per Rills' Haven Hospital was Betty Al- 1D Jonathan *taboo RoaiM.i.41n.t,..*""ito" I become In-1] doesn't she?
    I of Winter Haven, whose sanely Jealous
    bright wnor.e.eal y
    throat was cut when she was .*m..a..n." Fraternities Pledge 85 of my daddy. Here Is the subconscious
    thrown through the front windshield ... "For exam- thought process of such a
    44, Orludi tl
    JebnMa Jr.
    ti of her small foreign car; H:1 :er.l Rotund D Bow, 4 pie, last Sun. menopausal victim:
    f* The Ma* To Set her sister Mrs. Jane Bush, who I. BrtowItMlnr N,.t steam ST' et' retrumr Eleven social fraternities at mlra. N. Y.I; Richard C. Squire, day I was CRANE "I can't possibly be appealIng -
    AT suffered lacerations contusions 60* J"r1 1orn and abrasions termed in fair M-di . ACCEPTANCECORPORATION condition; and Curtis Johnson, *ens.r.rr HMa .11'21. spring rush of second semester Tau EpsDon Phi Thomas JEisenberg with Daddy and Mother. outlet for man's Intense des
    ."oll .
    of the Winter Haven Mobile pobwLoul.Mid Biutwra Fttrlelt I* Au.GtNma.. u.: freshmen, upperclassmen and Miami Beach, and ."Afterwards we stopped at tire for physical affection

    Park, who suffered a shoulder LM.d.; MALL. CLAIM COURT transfer students. Edward C. Kllnedlnsf, York Pa. a new restaurant for dinner. "Ergo I know he must to
    OP FLORIDA injury. Lk>Un* .D::.trit The fraternities and their I Sigma Chi Tim B. Brassier The waitress came to our having affairs with other women

    THESE LOW LOW PAYMENTS State troopers said the accident A. l.l/p/ tlMur.m.a i{.Ys ,V... ...... t.u .r pledges are as follows ''Winter Park; Donald J. Broslu table with menu cards probably half my age
    CASH x1 CASH IS CASH 12V. occurred when Johnson, a ": WL D Ma..rt. Kappa Sigma William E. Jr., Lake Park; Robert D. DI- "Daddy smiled and thankedthe "So I shall accuse accuse
    enabor.wh '
    ..set Mann Yoe tai MOM. YnN MontbrSdoD.oo tourist from California, failed aeon... re.lknlend 1a a..uoa I. p"a- Chason. Winter Haven; RobertS. btccarl. Laechmont, N. Y.: William girt Then Mother made a and accuse some morel! For

    SIIdO Slaoao $28.00 $I5O55 $1S to notice a stop sign, and crossed Td.Co 7'107'tn..,sotto... PIer.*..A.-. Dravecky Scotch Plains, A. Durrance Lake Placid: scene. Without any warning his resulting fierce protests
    "'" U
    ste.oo $500.37 i5o, C- N. J.: John W. Hull, Atlanta, Eric Jon Eisnaugle, Sarasota that I am the only woman ha
    anion $1eoo sasou the Havendale Boulevard in frontof LtIc"i.:10... ... O. Ormntv'zZZZZ'w,, ; she began to berate Daddy
    C* IM loves will be the
    and E. Roach Gran sweetest
    Ga. Zell P
    Co.w nb.t PrklIAAIG the auto driven by Mrs Albright Xa'ke ; Roger Jenkins, Pompano; and accuse him of having an music -
    IN OTHER AMOUNTS oR rca on4a MM tAg7artp"PERIODS : wood. James A. Jowen Orange ParkDonald ; affair with this waitress."It in the world to" my deflated
    NT Phi Sigma Kappa CharlesW. A. Laferrlere Rockville feminine vanity.
    Ana COMPA.Aete ILate. iui.n ,
    1 OAY luvic, No further details of the accl-! ", 191.0w0u :: .. Adams Conn was so embarrassingthat
    : nr Lakrlu a wWHEELBRAKEALIGNMENT Highland City; Larry ; Kenneth R. Narehood *
    217 S. TENNESSEE, LAKELAND Mil 2-3168 dent were available as troopers r."rz1.. ..sro+n, ..:sOO'Lak.1aD4 15. Ray Aker Tltusville; Norman Groveland; Thomas O. Rogers I we got right up and left. THEREFORE millions of -/
    r were still at the scene. NL1olr -. IIOb, A. Lakeland Jr. Miami : "On the way home howevll' and
    --- = !. ? _I Blessing ; ; William Lee RustLet's women nag accuse their
    N .,, }1i "'W;f David L. Culbert Hollywood; Bloomington, 111; and John R roadside Daddy stopped the carat mates, partly to compel those
    i John J. Dervin. Port Washington .. Sellner St Petersburg, a cold drink stand. husbands to pay the worried t

    N. Y: Harold G. Jewell Jr., Sigma Alpha Epsilon DavidF. "A high school girl came wives a deep compliment, such
    Ft. Lauderdale; Robert E. Kopp, Delvecchio Winter Park; to our car for our order. She as the man's angry protest:
    Haines City; and Phillip Lee, David K. Taylor Jr.. Fayette- had hardly opened her mouth "Don't be a fool! You
    Womble, Highland City. ville, N. C; William E. Thompson before Mother charged her KNOW you are the ONLY
    PI Kappa Alpha Bruce E. III, Ocala; and Wallace K with having u affair with woman I ever loved!"
    A11 ken Hasbrouck Heights, Wells. Pittsburgh Pa. Daddy. Even if a menopausal wife
    N. J.; Richard Braswell. Satelite !- Sigma Phi Epsilon Cabell "Mother got so angry she must beat this compliment out
    ( Fyk_ SPECIAL 1 Beach; Bruce E.Cash, Rose- B. Carlan Bluefield W. V..- then Jumped out of our car of her mate via excessive nag
    ..w I.nd. Va.; John F. Davis Chars Douglas R. Colfax, Wanague N I and ran on home for we were ging and false charges It is a
    ottesvllle, Va.; Kenneth H. Gibson J.; Daniel L. Lester, Hollywood; : only a block: from our door. tonic to her wounded ego.

    Clearwater; William H. Sills P. Shaw, Coral Gables; and "And when we arrived, she Men, eradicate your wife's
    Hemphill, Elgin 111; Daniel D. Richard B. Thornton, Winter had locked herself la her bed sexual Inferiority complex by
    unsucker, Lakeland; William Haven and ending for the booklet "Sex
    room was crying and berating
    : ALL 3 I Eo Ingram Jr, Arlington Va.; Kappa Alpha- Craig W. Dye, my father for his unfaithfulness Problems In Marriage," enclosing
    Kenneth H. Johnson, Decatur Alexandria, Va.; Guy D. Colado, a long stamped, return .
    888 Ga.; Martin C. Johnson Jr., Winter Park; William A. Martin "He tried to cajole her and envelope, plus 20c.
    l Cocoa Beach; George B. Kere- Jr. Atlanta, Ga; John L. Nixon, protested his innocence but '
    FOR I ken, Queens, N. Y.: Robert M. Jacksonville; Paul L. Shipley, she is simply obsessed with BRAND NEW
    ovotny, Orlando; Frank J. Ok- Lakeland; Gary D. Smith Lakeland the belief that he has affairs for
    tavec, Clearwater; Terry C. ; and Jerry L. Ulrey, Ovie- with every young woman he
    '. lace, Hollywood; Harold L. do.Tau meets Senior Drivers
    osenfelder, Pittsburgh Pa.; Delta Kappa Roy Bar- "Dr. Crane, 1s mother losing ,
    I Herbert S. Snyder Fair Lawn, low Jr, WUdwood; Joseph C. her mind?" (Ages 65-90)' ,
    N. J.; David A. Sonenberg Mlml English, Alva; Grover C. Free- *
    COMPLETE BRAKE COMPLETE WHEEL ; and Murray Jay Lancer, man, Lakeland; Fred J. Harmon DON'T THINK I am exaggerating LIABIUTT COVERAGE
    5 I arasota. Jr, Newberry S. C.; Rus- these INCREASED COST .
    or "making up"
    ADJUSTMENT alone I50 BALANCING alone 300 >, Theta Chl-James E. Cairn, 'sell H. Helwig. Mason, Ohio; daily cases, for this columns REMAINS THE SAME
    Hone Shoe N. C. Terence M. William G Lakes Jr.
    ; .
    based on actual office patients. YOU C.II buy single limit II*
    e Adjust oil 4 iliMi a Impact Moll Darby, Riviera Beach; Dennis Tenn; Robert Lee McGill ....
    |rt* a l .tall new w.lhti a Ct ottre irll. end I blllty .f fZS.OOO for ...*t
    e Impact Mains a Tt brakotImpoct s F. Gaines, Hickory N. C; Joe lagerstown, Md.; James Lee Physicians often encounter .. ...11...< $10/20,000 .
    by4r.ull< .,..... a Balanc* both front whttli smooth f>erfsrmsaceCOMPLETE E. Glurato, Fort Lauderdale; Owens, New Smyrna Beach; cases like Clara, though YOU." buy $1000 MEDICAL
    Gall M. Knappenberger Ma- Robert Lee Miller, St. Petersburg you PAYMENTS YOU 5a buy
    laymen seldom bump into
    comb, Ill.; Robert A. McOsker, ; Everett A. Robinson III them unless in limit t* $100,000.
    WHEEL ALIGNMENT ronxville, N. Y: John H. Met, St Petersburg: and Michael families.they occur your Our cn'."' ...*.. .n l tttlt t*
    FRONT END Belleville, Pa; Ronald W. Mont- Gardner Fayetteville, N. Y. own IH ,.."ic.lI\, 4*liN4 lni..rdl
    \ gomery. Ardsley, Pa.; Terry Pi Kappa Phi Robert W. Clara had a hysterectomy with e4 1rlvlnf' heads t .
    : ALIGNMENT alone 750 AND BRAKE SERVICE I Eligible. Imurtcl* .r* tbM frwk
    Joe Oberle, Avon Park; Robert Belt, San Francisco Calif; Hi*) c_,..., wrH.
    C. Roadaramel Jr., Lake eph R. Leer Cocoa Beach: JOI'j DR. L. DAVID CLARK H.mswasn. TlIt' H.n.w..s ..
    Correct co"'",*ndtsstwS1.sp'e's.dsdlast| Available 7 AM to 9 PM Worth; Thomas R. Sawyer, Timothy R Minar, Chiropractic Phyikton w Te.ur I..e. .
    e Comet ....,., tn-wtNerisg Jupiter; Tim N. Skldmore, El N. J. ASK YOUR OWN AGENT te
    announces the fut *H rest lmyr..,. IP this
    J f I ... company fr GOOD ECO..
    addition of
    NOMICAL is r end b_e .r..

    II Te A(.nf., Hit h e tetchy
    Play Bridge Mon Wed. & FrI.
    MW regress, svsifabfe' t fatewMs. -
    spray pattern reaches and coats rocker 700; to 9.30: S..*! for ear kit.

    It, panels, headlamp eyebrows, behind fender wall I BLAN TRUSCOTT 1715 Uktlond Hill Blvd. E4RLE w., DAY' &, (0,'
    11.0 101.115"
    baffles, other out-of-the-way places. Thorough An Inexperienced player whoIstens Ph. 682-8695 _.IOU..,fl.

    in during an expert NORTH (D) .
    ----- ---
    I Professional job by trained ex. 1 tost.mortem will often hear A K83 '

    s the remark: "I knew I had the / KSfAJ874 SAFE DRIVERS INSURANCE
    l perts. n right cards" or "the wrong AI

    995 cards" as the case may be. ... Your nerd lor Hto Utt 3 yoon tot
    The concept of "right" cards WEST EAST your c., rotoi which moy bo .. low o. $22.00O00
    5> ALL FOR ONLY and "wrong" cards is an important 1052 47VS4 $ A Compact $n >00Mmif

    one that gets cursory vJ1e57 Car *
    treatment in the textbooks. QJ10I K11422.LQIe2' '.10,000/20,000/3.000 liability Clot 1A ft II. AS. 2I-4J
    4K/ Cr..wr.5i. ", tow I .,fifty' .I.rr' .M C.n.r.lrnar. end
    ;; A frequent example occurs Irrrr rat. Py-
    SOUTHA Mote ..+ H HIM. Annually. tfmi .son/inw/0.WI"-
    : good when; one two-suited player indicates hand and a AQJM4AQS2 Nationwide General. Insurance CO.HARVEY" .
    SAFETY SPECIAL there seem to be slam possibilities .. R A. SMITH AGENCY
    : in one of the two suits.
    The other partner must then ... JI 413 S. Florida Ave. Phone MU 6-2191

    reassess his hand, taking Both sides were vulnerable..|. Ph... MU 2-1097

    various,factors into account The bidding: slsslssssss.ISSSSIrIIEEST
    e $ Honor cards in the two key North East South West
    SAVE 5.1Ot suits must always be "right." 1 N.T. Pass 2 A Pass BUAfB N

    although hte jack of trumps 2 Pass S A Pass)

    hal no great significance! if 44 Pass S / PsssI 'I
    the combined hands are knownto A Pass Pass Pass
    2 Seat Belts (Installed
    ) have at least nine cards in West led the queen of dia
    w the agreed suit On the other monds.
    2 Borg-Warner Seat Belt a' land, queens and jacks In the High Quality U. S. Graded Meats

    side suits are pretty sure to offered prospects of a heart Guaranteed Tender and Juicy
    RetractorsReg. be "wrong" One king in a ruff but he was quite justified
    aide suit-but not two-may in jumping to six spades. If Beef Center CutRound
    > prove useful while aces, of North had bid only five
    Price . . . 22.90: ( course are pearls spades South would have Steak lb. 79c
    iv Other features which would
    Special Price . . $17.80 favor optimism are extra The slam contract was
    and a shortage
    trump length sound, and South could see Tender Juicy Shoulder Clod
    in the potential declarer's second -
    various chances of making it.

    I Protect your family. Drive confidently. four long small suit cards To hold in the threeor secondary There were 11 top tricks Beef Roast lb. 59cU.
    Save 5.10 1 thanks to the perfect fit which
    Let us install these sturdy seat belts in suit Is almost sure to North had been able to visualize
    be liability.
    a and there were various
    your car. They exceed government Excuse for Bidding Trumps plays for a 12th. An even S. No. 1 Irish
    These considerations played
    specifications for strength. Price in. a part in today's deal, which, ruff heart unnecessary.split would make the Potatoes IQibs. 25 c
    \ was played at rubber bridge.
    eludes two belts and installation. North's, opening bid of one no- A third chance was to establish
    L trump with only IS high-card a club trick and South
    points would not appeal to aimed for that possibility Immediately Grade A Dressed and Drawn 8 to 12 Ibs.

    PRICES GOOD THRU FRIDAY FEB. 7 some players but the useful by winning the diamond
    five-card suit was sufficient lead in dummy and Turkey Hens
    excuse for slightly stretching playing the ace and another 34c
    Top Value USE YOUR PURE CREDIT CARD the requirements club. East won and led a I

    pURE St UP TO 12 MOS. TO PAY South used the Stayman con- diamond which South ruffed While They Last
    .np. vention to discover that North The spade ace was cashed
    Whole Shoulder
    did not have a four-card major and a spade was led to the
    suit and followed with a forcIng :- king destroying South's hopesof
    t jump to three spades. an even spade split. A Pork Roast lb. 29cTop
    North's. raise to four spades club was ruffed and when

    ___ showed three-card support, but East failed to follow there
    OPEN was slightly discouraging: was no hope of a club trick Grade Hickory Smoked
    4 HOURS With a maximum opening bid because dummy had only one
    a spade fit, and slam pros- remaining entry. When the Bacon 34c
    wets. North would have made hearts also failed to break Wholesideor:i

    \ a 1 cue-bid at the level of four. South was down one.
    TopV.lsS I South showed his heart suit A little more thought would

    STAMP! at the five-level a clear slam have shown South, that it was I
    e invitation, and North recon vital to lose the first club 1 s
    sidered. He could see that all trick not the second This

    its cards were "right" with preserves the club ace as an PHONE MU
    the exception of the club jack. entry to dummy and the fifth 2-0173
    :PURt OIL Service Plaza He would have preferred an- club can be established and MEAT AND FOOD DEPARTMENT-

    other diamond more and one cashed provided the clubs are 826 NO. FLA. AVE.YOIIII .
    A lens heart, which would have no worse than 4 2.


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