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Lakeland ledger
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Lakeland evening ledger
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Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
February 18, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
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v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


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Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
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Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
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To Qualify HowToPlayThe'NomiriarronGame'

By JACK BELL GOP Committee Gives 'Advice'Nixon "Although a senator spends
For RaceTALLAHASSEE WASHINGTON un The some time in Washington so
Republican National Committee as to appear on television programs
came up today with some originating In the capital .
New York Gov. Nelson sciences division, describedhow
In cheek advice
tongue on he spends more time on
(AP) A how aspirants should play the A. Rockefeller, Sen. Barry those who seek the pres. airplanes going to one placeor
flood of political candidates game to win the party's presidential Goldwater of Arizona, ambassador idential nomination go about another to make speeches
headed up by most of the nomination.The to Viet Nam Henry it. .
contenders for the Florida committee, headed by Cabot Lodge and Govs. William Under the subtitle "sena "A senator cannot win the
governorship qualified today +e rF Rep. William E. Miller of New Scranton of Pennsylvania tor," the article had this to
by doing
within minutes after the political York, reaffirmed its neutralityIn and George Romney of say game
committee work or other important
hunting season opened officially the nomination contest in Michigan under the heading: "A senator plays the nomination things In the senate,
at noon. Its "Republicans Ready to Select game by taking stands
publication, "Republican but If he works very hard at
The first candidateto Nominee. Issues and .
governor Report. on Important attacking
his Job and Is highly regardedby
qualify and pay his $1,250 Just to be helpful, the report An Inside article, authoredby the president for failIng his colleagues, he some-
fee was Rep. Fred Karl of carried pictures of former Dr John Kessel. head of to develop satisfactory
Volusia County Other governor vice president Richard M. the committee's arts and policies. (Turn to Page 2, Column 2))
candidates were Mayor
Robert King High of Miami, -
Fred O. Dickinson of West

j Palm Beach, Mayor Haydon
i Burns of Jacksonville and Sen.
John Mathews of Jackson
ville. ; Rebels Overthrow

f Kelly Grounded

The sixth Democrat Sen.
f Scott Kelly of Lakeland, had
been all set to be the first
candidate to qualify, but the On Guard In Saigon
plane bringing the senator to
Tallahassee this morning was An America military policemen with sun .t Hi* ree*> stead. sucrd euUldo a schl .He**'**' by African CountryGabon's
i grounded at Ocala by bad child,... 0' U. S. Mrvlcemen In So loon, South VUt Near, teeI.,. Tbs U, S. ferces In Seuth Viet
weather. Nem tipped up Itt smartly meetvres to protect servicemen red their e'eeene'entt from IncreeilnfCemmuni.t
Larry Libertore, one of Kel- torrerlMi. (AP Wlrephet vie' ....,* from Seigeri" ).
ley's top campaign workers
Florida football star, had
taken up a vigil outside
I Adams office late yesterday. Americans In Viet Nam

Libertore was still No. 1 In the
line when Adams began hand.
ing out numbered cards to
those In line this morning. President
But when Libertore was Get Extra Security GuardSAIGON

notified that Kelly's plane had 4t k
been grounded on the flight
from Lakeland, he tossed theNo. South Viet Nam sideratlon was being given to held its first meeting Monday. Said Held x I
1 card into the air. (AP) The U.S. Army maintained 'sending civilian dependentsback ,Premier Nguyen Knanh assured
special guards on American to the United States. :U.S. Charge d'Affalres David G.
Caught By Conner installations in Saigon todayto I The terrorist campaign conS Nee, that the Vietnamese government BRAZZAVILLE Congo Re.
Agriculture Commissioner counter a Communist terror tlnued Monday night with an attack U giving special attention public (AP)-Military rebel.
r Doyle Conner caught it, and campaign that has killed three from ambush on three to the American security overthrew Gabon's President +
4 thus became the first of all Americans and wounded more American military men. One problem. Leon M'Ba In a midnight coup 8 IkA
i than 50 In the past two nights. was wounded slightly when a I Communist terrorists have and formed a revolutionarycouncil
(Turn to Page 2, Column S) officials hurled their made six attacks Americans
i US. and Vietnamese grenade was at car on to govern that West African
also set up a Joint Security Unconfirmed reports said the in Saigon the past three weeks, republic, rebel broadcastsfrom hu31.
Council to work for greater safety Viet Cong rebels were circulating killing six and wounding 85. Libreville said today,
i for the thousands of U.S. leaflets saying "Two Americans I Khanh's government also was The fifth upheaval of 1964
Johnson servicemen and civilians and a day" investigating possible Involvement among new African nations,
their families in the Vietnamese The Joint Security Council, of some' Vietnamese policemen this affected a former French
Delegates capital. composed of three Vietnameseand In recent Viet Cong colony of 440,000 population that
Schools Guarded three U.S. security officer., terrorism.Unbiased ,is the home of Dr Albert
I Schweitzer Dr.V.:;chweiUer for
Qualify American military policemenstood ..,,"'-- 1 i....... L half a century has had a jungle
i guard at schools attendedby hospital at Lambarene, 100
TALLAHASSEE (AP) American children: and rodeo JurorsSought miles southeast of Libreville,
Fifty-six top state officials, including school,hu* the capital and chief Atlantic
Florida's two U. S. patrolled other"*. ( '. , senators, qualified today as Bloodshed Mentioned
delegates to the Democratic Some of the same Vietnamese For Ruby There was no mention of -
National Convention pledged to police strongarm men who were bloodshed
support President Lyndon B. assigned last sunjmer to rough. Accounts from Libreville indicated
Johnson for re-election. Ing up Buddhists and Western I DALLAS, Tex. (AP) Attorneys The defense contends Dallas Is the coup was Intended to
Organizational chairman was newsmen were on duty at the in Jack Ruby's trial begin freighted with prejudice and end a power struggle between Water Cut And DriedCUT
Warren Goodrich of Braden- American schools along with the today the painstaking search for feelings of guilt. Belli says "the President M 'Ba 62 and his Pipe
ton, chairman of the Democratic U.S. servicemen. 12 residents of Dallas County to shame brought on the Dallas chief political rival J, H. Aubame. .
included Inspector Lam whether committed such AND DRIED A It-Inch section ef the eito-tlme water line from Cub ,Into the Guonten-
state party. They judge Ruby Image" Is that a juror who has been both a national -
The slate of delegates did Van Ly one of Saigon's most murder with malice when he "would be obligated to convict Assemblyman and chief erne Novel Cuss Is hoisted above erased under supervision; *f Roof Adm. John Bulktlty,. tower loll,
not include Florida's Democratic feared judo experts and strong- killed the accused assassin: of Jack Ruby of murder with malice -justice of the Supreme Court boa c............... The edmlrel ordered the 14-Inch' dlomeler pipe cut end sealed off Jest| Inside'
U. S. representatives, arm men under President Ngo President John F, Kennedy.The (a capital offense) to prove The election of a new assembly the northeeit main fete ef the bate effer lyres by Cub that U. S. military personnel was
some of whom did not want to Dmh Diem's regime. defense says it is Impossible -that Dallas Is a place of law and was due next Sunday. Heeling we.... Prime' Minister Fidel Cast* ef Cube cut off the,water supply Feb.. 6. (AP Wlrephole' ). .
be part of the slate. About 2,500 American civilianslive to get an impartial Jury In order." Radio Gabon broadcast a proclamation
The Johnson delegation Included in Saigon, including military Dallas Belli, an urbane, grayhairedFranclsc.n that a new provisional -
the cabinet-Gov. Farris wives and children. The total "Nothing happened this morning San wants the trial government will be formed International Force May
Bryant, Secretary: of State of Americans in the capital, to change my opinion about moved to a city at least 200
Tom Adams, Atty Gen. James counting servicemen and officials that. said Melvin M. Befit, miles from Dallas. Wednesday.M'Ba ArrestedAn I
Kynes, Comptroller Ray Green, is believed to be about chief counsel for Ruby, after Nine hundred prospective Jurors army officer who identified
School Supt. Thomas D. Bailey, 10000. available for questioningon Lt. Daniel Odene
seeing the first 150 prospective are himself as a Police Peace On
Treasurer Ed Larson and Agriculture U.S. officials: denied any con- Jurors In the courtroom of their qualifications Question. said 'M'Ba "and his acolytes CyprusUNITED

Commissioner Doyle District Judge Joe B. Brown. lag begins with Mrs. C.C. Cherry _have._n> been_nn arrested.___ "

Conner and; Sens.George Spessard Smathers.Barlow Holland Lakeland The question of an impartial Milliard M. Stone, and J.E. The reported coup came In NATIONS, N.Y. up and would merely agree that One objective was to find a

jury 1s a pivotal point In the defense -Saunders. the wake of four uprisings last (AP) Britain and Cyprusare there should be such a force. formula that would be accepted
Mao Belli and the district attorney, the east coast of Africa -
of Ruby month on
reported agreed on principles It would also appeal to all
Others Included: Bond Sale Kennedy was assassinated on Henry M. Wade, each will have -the deposing of the sultanof for a plan to police the turbulent I countries to respect the territorial -by all parties concerned and
At large Walter O. GibsonJr. Nov 22, only 210 yards from the 15 peremptory challenges with Zanzibar and abortive mutinies Mediterranean island integrity of the Island, an thus avoid the risk of a Soviet
of Bartow, Rep. Richard scene of the trial. Two days later which they can reject a pros among troops of Tanganyika with an International force whilean :appeal which Cyprus had veto. President Makarlos of Cyprus
Pettigrew of Dade County, Set TodayThe In the basement of the Dallas pective juror without stating a Uganda and Kenya.A impartial mediator seek; planned to propose In a separate has Indicated he would accept
Rep. Robert Knoles of Sara. City Hall, Ruby killed Lee reason. French news agency report peace between the Greek and resolution. no force unless It
sofa County, Rep. Lawton City of Lakeland was to Harvey Oswald, who had been Each side also has an unlimited -from Libreville said M 'Ba and Turkish Cyprlots The council debate, scheduledto was under control of the Secu
Chiles of Polk County, Robert sell $96 million in utility expansion charged with murdering the number of challenges "for National Assembly President The British-Cypriot plan also start Monday was postponedafter rity Council
Morgan of Miami, James revenue certificates at President (Turn to Page 2, Column 4)i Louis Bigmann were In the government calls for a consultative committee Secretary-General U Thant
James of Miami, a special meeting of the com- palace and that rebel of U.N, members.The took a hand In the crisis with Thant Pushes Plan
Miss Alice McMahon of Or. mission this afternoon. troops ringed it. two nations reportedly peace proposals of his own. Sources close to Thant said he
lando, Mrs. Faye B. Owls Bids on the i.sue-the larg z" *g- Later an unidentified speaker agreed on general terms of a Thant' Ideas were handed to thought agreement might be
Mrs Ann Cramer of Holly. est in the history of Lakelandwere M broadcast that "calm reigns Security Council resolution after representatives of Cyprus, Brit- reached on a force linked to the
wood Mrs. Nylah Bell of Tampa to, be opened at two I throughout the country." the council postponed the start ain, Turkey, the United States United Nations but not directly
Mrs. John B. King of Jack o'clock in the commissionroom i: of Ita debate on the Cyprus and Greece in a memorandum under U.N. command. He was
sonville. at the city hall. ( r Reds crisis until this afternoon. which dealt with establishmentof understood to be seeking accord
Mrs. Juliet Marshak of St. Comptroller L. R. Shuman Reject I The resolution would avoid the an international peace force also on an arrangement under
Petersburg Mrs. Mildred Fel. said this morning that he expected controversial Issue of how the for Cyprus and with machineryfor which Britain, Turkey, Greece
ler of LaBelle, Mrs. Robert bids from some of the DisarmamentProposal ,international force should be set mediating the conflict. and Cyprus would finance the
Williams of Graceville, Mrs.
largest investment houses In force
Catherine McCall of Ocala
the United States Thant discussed his views with

(Turn to Page 2, Column 4) Shuman reported that the U.S. Undersecretary of State
nation's two outstanding bond Congressmen Back George W. Ball who had come

r- t .._.. ,.,,. rating firms had given theS96 ,. GENEVA (AP) The Soviet directly from a meeting with
million Issue the equivalent "
Western President Johnson in
rejected the
ta Union today
Industries of "Double A" listing. conferred with
Ball later
proposals for phased gradual -
Low Interest Expected unrealisticand Districting RulingWASHINGTON other U.N. diplomats before re
Plan Display r disarmament as
The comptroller explainedthat said there appeared little\ : 1 turning to Washington Monday t
I Of Progress night.
I FI the high rating will result likelihood of East-West
4 v mise compro-I (AP) Reac ty and it cannot but benefit t
I! Polk County's widely in investment houses offering
diversified Industries will .,, low Interest rates on Soviet delegate tion among congressmen Indicated from any move which attemptsto
be on display in the giant r". the issue. f Y Tsarapkin accused the Western support today for the Supreme give all citizens as close as
Decade for Decision edition \ Shuman said that he anticipated f. : powers at the 17-nation disarmament Court ruling that House Is practicable" an equal voice I
members should
interest rate of less a conference of "lack ofenthusiasm" represent
of the Ledger to be an e
l"r. equal numbers of people. in electing House members
published on March 28, than 35 per cent. The Cityof rw.a In discussing Soviet -
launching the Ledger's Lakeland's last previous w. proposals and said the West Rep. Emanuel Celler, chairman House leaders from both parties .
Saturday morning editions. Issue for utility expansion "does not give us much hope"for of the House Judiciary blasted a dissenting opinionby Page
-' $4.5 million was sold at an progress in the Geneva negotiations Committee and unsuccessful Associate Justice John M. Amusements 11
.46 sponsor for 15 years of a bill
about 3
interest of
rate percent
The county's Industrialstature r Tasrapkin told the conferencethe calling for equality in congressional Harlan, who argued that the Bridge 6

will and be stories shown of Industrial In 'j The $9.* million In revenue U.S. government "does not districts, said he was verdict "casts grave doubt on Business News 11
pictures ;; "happy about the court's momentous the Comics .. ... 14-13
gains made during certificates is to finance the face reality" In proposing an constitutionality of the
the put II years, and ; utility expansion programvoted across-the-board, 30 per cent decision. House of Representatives." Classified .., 16-17
of what may be expected by the city commissionin reduction of arms In the first "It Is a great step forward In I Marian said the ruling "places Crossword Puzzle IS

during the next 10. t. 1963. stage of disarmament and 35 giving the districts fair, equita- ,in jeopardy the seats of almost Dear Abby... 15
win At the regular meeting of cent In each of two subse- ble and just representation,"
The giant edition per all the members of the
present ...
the body yesterday, Death ... .. .,. 2
cost only 25 cents per ,governing quent phases. Celler said House of Representatives," because -
copy, with a special rate the commission voted unanimously He accused the U.S. govern.I Rep. Silvio Conte R-Mass, only 37 of the 432 present Editorial .. .... 4
II of five copies for one dollar to award the contractfor ment of pushing production of said: "This has been long com-1 members were elected I from districts Fulton Lewis Jr.
Copies may be ordered I a ....000 kilowatt turbine Sorry, No More RoomDeputy nuclear weapons to shift the ing. I can't see any fault in it." that conform with thecourt' Horoscope ., 3U

now through the led- generator to the General Electric nuclear balance heavily in its Analysts at Republican head- ruling. Radio TV..... 15
circulation Department : Co on its low bid of Sheriff Rottmery Allis blocki the ontreitce t* Judge own favor before staged disarmament quarters said the Republicans
ger "It's pretty far-fetched to Intimate ................ 12-13
on coupons printed $1.486,055. Joe I. Crw 's court *l the eipleifif t* those ...kiss edmmio t* begins. "Five years probably will gain seats In the Sports
in the. Decade for Decision s' The generating unit and the the Jack Ruby murder tfMl Hiet there ere *. mere se.t.. Copt. from now the production of nuclear -House as a result of the high House: might that actions to by be illegal the Weather .......... 3
advertisement on Page 7 steam boiler for its operation F. M. luckelow ef the Sh.rhff'.Nies leerchei a reporter en hit weapons will be trebled"in court's decision. But DemocratIc said Leslie prove Arends of II- Women's 789partl
In today's edition. I are two of the largest items way to the court. Scorns like thn wore typical as the Ruby trielepened. the United States, Tsarapkin spokesmen said "the major-
) asserted is the Democratic par- (Turn to Page 2, Column 2)
t -=: ....J.Jt I (Turn to Page 2, Column 1) AP Wtrophete ,ty party
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.2 Tuesday,LAKELAND_Feb. Id, IM4 LEDGLR.- Congressmen Back' SelectionOf Irked Admiral Has I 8 kPhosphateFirms

Jurors In Price FixingTAMPA
PaychecksTo Charged

Districting Ruling Guantanamo Water

Reflect Starting Eight Polk County tilirers. And the price of mixed

Phosphate rock producers were fertilizer has actually declined

: .... goal for the House of Representatlves -' .- -., charged with price fixing yes in the last 10 yean, accordingto
Cut Quickly ilt ," Line Cut In Two terday by the US. District the U. S. D. A. (Agricultural

>>.m: it t I The specific case before the fr9"I:" ttQn.: i Court In Tsmpa. Handbook, No 258).

-- tribunal Involved ) ", The firms were: "Phosphate rock sells for lest
stallouse corrferees on the tax 1 linoia, the mh unt Republican I OtIS District. Which", i includes the ." In 'this Instance, ttre .t- (AP-Irked by charges: that the I or stolen anything," Adm. I/ The American Agricultural than the cost of washed gravel
leader Atlanta metropolitan area. It Chemical Co. of New York and The cost of the rock is often
rut bill have made lure the nalion's torney must state his reason for,Guantanamo naval base had Bulkeley told a news conferencethat
( wage and salary earners] "Of course the House Is constitutional -has 823,680 persons compared .not wanting a person on the stolen water from a Cuban pipe. preceded the actual cuttingof the Continental Oil Co. of Houston -less than the cost of shippingIt

will get the benefit of the reductions ," asserted Democratic -with only 272,154 In the adjoining jury The Judge decides whether line, Rear Adm. John D. Bulke- the pipeline. "We ftaven't which last year acquired Carolina to the manufacturer,

at the earliest possible! Leader Carl Albert of Oklahoma rural 9th District the reason is valid. ley issued an order to "cut the I accepted and will not accept any sAC; The Virginia Richmond, "Phosphate continues to be I ,
Chemical Curls of the cheapest of the three fertilizer
moment. ] "We agre with the District Ruby's defense It damn thing In half. water from Cuba :
temporary Va., and the Socony Mobile Oil nutrients. And rock phosphate
They agreed Monday to accept Court that the 1931 Georgia apportionment -insanity the assertion that he So while Cuban military Thefts Denied '
Decision2 discriminates guards watched, four Cuban Co. of New York, which acquired is the cheapest form ut
a Senate provision which grosslly -suffers from "psychomotor epilepsy I American "
The court's decision was by a against voters In Vie 5th and that workmen from the base went out In Washington. White House V-C last year: phosphate
will make the lower with grief over Kennedy's -
new and Co.
6.2 vole with Justice Tom Clark Congressional District," Black's death Monday and severed the 14.Inch Press Secretary Pierre Salinger Cyanamid Co.; Armour ; I
holding rates In the bill effec : shocked him into said that "Guantanamo "has not W. R. Grace and Co.; International
concurring on some points and opinion said "A single line from the Yateras Reservoir
congressman emotional
an state which Woman
live with pay thecka delivered during taken water from Cuba Minerals and Chemical Dundee
dissenting on others The any
maJority from two to
eight days after the measure Is represents unwittingly, he killed Oswald. Co. and
from that pipeline" since Feb. Corp S Smith Douglas ;
opinion was by the court'ssenior three times as 5th District '
signed Into lawJohncon many "This defendant does not have Cubans Cut Off Water Swift and Cd.
associate Justice HugoM. voters as are represented by the mental capacity to stand 8. Dies In Georgia
Backed It Black each of the congressmen from trial," Belli said Monday when Until Feb. 6 two million gallons -. Adm. Bulkeley said he thought Others Face Other Suit
had flowed over the noe Cuba made the water-stealing
This was a victory for the administration .I It concluded: "While It ma)I the other"Georgia congressional he moved for a dlTtCted'verdict line each day. Then the Cubans charge as a propaganda gesture All but International Mineralsand Auto AccidentDUNDEEA

which has been not be possible to draw congressional .. districts of acquittal. ; turned off the water, but the after falling to budge the United Chemicals Corp. were earl.

pressing to have the effects of districts with mathematical !. The high court returned the Judge Brown overruled the pipeline stayed in place. Now States from Guantanamo by let named In another suit charging

the tax cut felt in the economy precision, there Is no excuse! case to the District Court for motion. p the base Is completely Independent -cutting off its water : price fixing. year-old Dun

as soon as possible. for ignoring our Constitution'I further action.World One !Man Has Pistol of Cuban water supplies Tankers are bringing water 1 The new complaint chargesthat dee woman was killed Sundav

Some companies have notified plain objective of making equal I Broadcast the past few days from the United States until de- the firms conferred to decide morning an automobile accident '

Congress It will be difficultto representation for equal num ', A man carrying a loaded 32 over Havana Radio have salinlzation plants can be built whether to Increase the near Bainbridge, Ga.

make the change In their pay bers of people the fundamental! Gospel caliber pistol was arrested in the charged the Americans were over the next year at a cost of price of phosphate rock and to She was identified as Mr

rolls within a week. district attorney's office, nextdour steRling water from the pipeline. $10 million. The first unit of the determine that the increase Margie Debris Denmark ut

The conferees: resume their' Mission Slates M the courttoue during The salty admiral, a Medal of three-unit plant Is scheduled to should beT 1004 Magnolia Ave. No further

closed sessions winy today In ar' CandidatesAdvised ; die tuatctmcm reoecs. Sheriff Bill Honor winner, said he made the be In operation In 23 weeks M. Ware, president of Internatlonal information on the accident was
effort to complete action 6n the Decker identified him as David Minerals It Cheml available at the Florida High
decision to cut the pipeline after Arrival of another tanker Mon
400) .page bill this afternoon. How ;Nightly ServicesWorld Conrad Glass, 39, of Beatty, Ore. Secretary of the Navy PaulNitze day-with 4 million gallons of cal Corporation, said "We do way Patrol headquarters in i :

Rep Wilbur D Mills I D-Ark, He was held on a charge of illegally asked him whether there water brought to 16 million\ not have a copy of the complaint Lakeland.

head of the House group and Gospel Mission of Marion carrying a weapon was any truth in Cuba's the amount of water on hand at and therefore are unaware Mrs. Denmark was a nativi i .

the conference chairman told; To Play Game Ind, will present a missionary Decker said Glass "talked In charges. the base. of the details of the suit of Colquitt Ga., and moved 10 .

newsmen It was decided It I convention at Florida coherently" about the sssassma - .-- '- ------ We are Innocent of any viola Dundee three years ago from

Monday's session to announce x, '- 7 .,,,. Holiness Campground here to- tlon of Kennedy. tlon of the anti trust laws and Auburndale. She was employed
only the decision on the effective i morrow evening through March Glass mumbled about the Troubleshooter Fails will defend our position vigorously as a bookkeeper by the Waverh

date for the cut In withholding. f W4<< L I. Services will slaying of Oswald by Ruby, but If this case should cometo Growers Cooperative. She attended .
I Decker said he does not believe trial.
be held at 7:30 Avenue Churchof
280 Change Made : To Unsnarl Wheat TieUpMIAMI the Derby
o'clock each Glsss Intended to shoot Ruby
,. Price Declines"It God at Auburndale.
times wins the consolation
The conference Monday succeeded night. "I 'think Glass needs a psychiatric Survivors include her husband
In getting through about prize The ke note examination," Decker BEACH (AP) nual meeting of the AFL CIO was surprising to learn
P. Denmark of Dundee.
half of the 208 changes made by Under the subhead "gover.nor" speaker will be said. "His answers didn't make; Efforts of the Labor Depart Executive Council. that this suit was filed, because who was injured in the accident .

the Senate In the House bill "A the article of said: important the Rev. James : sense ment's top troubleshooter to AFL CIO President George over two years of Investigation ; her mother and father
governor a large federal grand
Many major differences were C. Lentz, the director Meany told a news conference by
settle union Mr and Mrs. John C. McVaySr.
quickly a boycott
state plays the nomination ended last December : -
put aside for later decision.It of homeland he had Johnson's juries
Monday agreed to
game by doing a good I Teacher Bonus against U.S. wheat shipments to without any action being of Auburndale; and four
was understood they agreed job in stateville. This enables ministries, personal appeal to help I brothers, Charles David and
I the Soviet Union taken on domestic phosphate
radio director 11II apparentlyhave seek settlement of the
tentatively to continue to allow him to make speeches pointingto a boycott. Dennis Autrey, both of Lakeland -

deductions for slate gasoline the effective program which and missionary Pay Checks Go failed. But Meany also said he backed rock"Most prices of the phosphate rockin I and Brice Gordon and
tsxes. The House had voted to evangelist f o rWorld p Insistence by labor leaders the union stand Jr. both of Au
has been carried out in state REVMission LENTZ the United States Is used in John Carlton ,
eliminate these as a deduction ville. contrasting this with the Gospel Out TomorrowTALLAHASSEE hat at least half the gram beransported The International Longuhoremen's the. manufacture of mixed fer. I bumdale.I .
but the Senate version reversed an Interdenominational] .
Association halted -
ill advised policies of the presIdent in U.S. vessels the -
this He mentions this whenever missionary organization. loading of wheat on two foreign I

In Its final form, the bill Is he makes speeches Also speaking will be the Rev. (AP-State dashed President Jobnaon'shopes ships in New Orleans and one

expected to provide individualand around the country. Delmer C. Ramsdcll, International Comptroller Ray E. Green of an early solution. in Houston.Longshoremen's. n itiTui'MRS. I

corporate tax cuts totaling Sometimes a governor stays 'director of Men with VI- said today the state would begin James J. Reynolds, assistant Presid ent b

about SI ll.5 billion a year. Cuts In stateville and Issues periodic sion, and missionaries of World tomorrow to distribute secretary of labor, who was sent Thomas W. Gleason said all I

for most Individuals will average statements that he Is not Gospel Mission on furlough from merit pay checks to tome 8,- here by the President, was to wheat shipments to the Soviet

about 19 per cent. i going to play the nomination India Japan, the Honduras, Bolivia 000 teachers who qualified last have held a news conference on Union, even on American vessels LUCY RITCHIE officiated. Burial was In Mt "

game. Then his friends haveto and from the American year the wheat dispute Monday night,' would be tied up unless the' Mrs. Lucy Thomas Ritchie, Tabor Cemetery. ,.

make the speeches contrastIng Indian field. The $400 bonus, which the but It was called off. administration lives up to an 85, of 318 W. Highland St., died Pallbearers were Lewis A

LakelandBond the good job being done World Gospel Mission has 240 1961 Legislature abolished following Second Dispute Tackled agreement providing for at least last night at Lakeland General Croley, W. H. Payne Cecil Sim-

in stateville with the ineffective missionaries serving in 13 locations this payment, was delayed 50 cent shipments in U.S.' Hospital after a short Illness, mons, Planie Blackburn, I, L
program of the presi around the world. slightly after the state ;' Reynolds was to leave today, vessels per She was a native of Tennessee Eubanks and Grady Bland.
Sale found itself short of cssh. for Daytona Beach on another
I dent. and came to Lakeland eight
labor dispute, a strike against Hopes Abandoned RITES FOR MR. DUGGAN
Under the heading "titular Green said tax revenue was years ago from Detroit. She was
Set leader," which could apply to RecruitersPlan sufficient to permit the state the Florida East Coast Railway Reynolds apparently gave up a member of the Methodist Funeral services for William
TodayIncluded 19fiO nominee million. that has slowed construction of Thomas (Tommy) Duggan, of
Nixon as the to pay out $34 The hope of an Immediate settlement Church.
the article went on to say: Visit legislature appropriated $2 space facilities at Cape Ken after round the clock sessions 517 E Orange St., who died Friday -
t She is survived by two daughters
.- 'JI "'"'" "A titular leader Is a per million, leaving to Green the I nedy. with union leaders and frequent Mrs. Thomas E. Stone of were held yesterday at the

If t1).tJ.I'dM : son who has successfully problem of where to get the Most of the nation's chief labor telephone conferences with Secretary Lakeland, and Mrs Henrietta graveside In Lakevlew Cemetery -

played the nomination game To CollegeThe balance leaders are here for the an- of Labor W. with Masonic Lodge 81 in
Wirtz of Detroit four H.
I sons
.. -$ Carey ;
four but whohappens charge of the rites.GentryMorrIson .
I I ; years ort r in Washington. T. of Ewing, Va., and Paul W., Funeral
to live the KarfFirst"To
In the new expanslin wrong Officer Procurement Team r" I' Continental Grain Co., which Glen H. and J. Alexander all

of the Charles Linen Memorial -*I I than1600 address. (Any Pennsylvania address other Avenue from the U. S. Navy Recruiting Johnson t I sold $75 million worth of grain .of Detroit: am grandchildren was in charge-of arrangements ,,

Power Plant.Commlsslonera Station at Jacksonville will I to the Soviet Union, says It can- and two great.granlchildren,
considered: to be the RITES FOR MRS. STALVEY
I visit Florida Southern Collegeon Qualify not find services and burial
yesterday wrong address) His past t' enough acceptable U.S. Funeral Funeral services for Mrs.
also approved a $1,01)0) con success permits him to be Thursday and Friday. Delegates ships to carry half the cargo. will be in Tazewell Tenn Goldie Stalvey of Kathleen, who
tribution to help the The team will appllca.l' t. Union officials this is Friends call at the Thorn
defray I the wrong address) His past accept I For Governor say Just may died Saturday, were held yesterday -
expense of sending the lakeland I success permits him to be In- tons from senior male studentsand 1 Qualify l I an excuse: to use cheaper foreign ton Memorial Home here tonight at the Gentry-Morrison Funeral -

High School Band to troduced as the titular leader junior and senior j womenstudents 4 :ships, Including some that had from 7 until ( o'clock. The Home chapel, with the

Washington to represent the of his party whenever he to attend the Navy Of lI r" been blacklisted by the United Family has requested that flowers Rev. Bascom Sutton retired
State of Florida the annual fleer Candidate School In New ;,) for ;
in States trading with Cuba. be omitted hereCLARENCE
makes speeches"This Baptist minister, and the Rev.
Cherry Blossom festival in p port, R. I. I 'h 1?"tmr ,
I is very useful, and : J. B. Norris, pastor of the Kath-
April has enabled two recent contestants i The male officer candidate Haven Police J. WHITE leen Baptist Church, officiating

Commissioner W. J. Peterson I to win the nomination I school Is a 10-week course of state candidates to qualify, Burial was in Oak Hill Burial
Clarence J. White, 76, ofWoodall'
made the following motion game a second time. It indoctrination In Naval subjects Mrs. Sydney Welntnub of i Cabinet officials, legislators Park.

and It was passed with. I Is, however, considered safer I leading to a commission as en- Miami Beach, and Miss Judy and other candidates were on I ITroubled AgainBy Trailer Lakeland Village, died Pallbearers were Clarence

out dissent: to live at the correct address sign, USNR In one of several' Welssenborn of Miami, I hand, filling out officials forms 1 yesterday home. at He a was a native nursing of Green W. E. Young, E. E. Har-
I line or staff From OCS District One
"That the commission request .ooThere corps. and making out their checksto I Fife Lake, Michigan, and came relson, Fred Young, Lee Battles
I the new ensign will to District One William Fryeof Roosters
the direct the was an allusion alsoto fees. and Leonard
mayor tOt( pay qualifying I here four years ago from Highland Wilt Sr.
I land disposition committee "dark horses" In these one of many Navy schools for Pensacola and Mrs. Quids -
Others qualifying for reelection Park, Mich. He was a retired -
of Pensacola.
further training or to one of 800 Regan
and the becauseof words WINTER HAVENPolicemenanswer
city manager, : ANDREW KONNERTtl
Included Secretary of policeman, a member of
a request to the commission ". It Is necessary that ships and numerous shore stations District Two Richard Barker all kinds of complaints 'the I WINTER HAVEN Andrew
in the United States and and Mrs. Lacy Mahon of State Tom Adams, seekinghis Methodist Church, and a life -
by the Children's Rehabilitation he avoid making anyone angry overseas There Is restrictionon Jacksonville. second term. His oflfce but for the second time In the member of the Masonic Lodge, Konnerth, M, of 3008 Elm St..

Ranch, to lease city anyone, that Is, in his marital status no In this : District Three Henry Mi- handles the qualifying of all past few weeks Winter Haven No. 468. Highland Park NW Biltmore Shores, died this

land on which to build a clinic, own party It hns been pro'gram lander of Hialeah and Mrs. candidates and sets up election police have been "fowled up" I He is survived by his three ImornlnlC In the Winter Haven

to determine what other charItable forty years since a dark horse" Sophia Englander of Miami procedures by roosters that crow at all nieces. Funeral services and Hospital. He was a native of
or welfare agencies won the nomination game The officer candidate school hours of the night.
Beach. of burial will be in Flint Mich Grosschenk, Austria, and came
dozens legislators -
( is also IB week Among the
women) a
should be able to work out of
Mrs. Mildred Maxen, 2288 Morrison Funeral Homeis here In 1925 from
Erie Pa. He
course. For the first half of District Four J. Skip Shep- filing to run for new Gentry-
this same area. Reward OfferedFor Ave. D. SW, called last in of was a member of the Lutheran
I the course Is served as an officer ard of Miami and Mrs Joan terms were President-Designate nightto charge arrangementshere.
"The committee should I that rooster belonging Friends call from 6 ,Church, the
report a
candidate (enlisted), after which Damsey of Marathon. James (Nick) Connor of may Lakeview. Oregon
within two months, return to ,' RecoveryOf I time the candidates are commissioned District Five Kenneth K. Brooksville\ of the 196J senate; to a neighbor was disturbing until 8 o'clock tonight at the Masonic Lodge and a builder

the commission a recommendation USNR. The Kennedy of Orals and Mrs. E. C. her sleep.A Funeral home and cabinet maker by trade.
as ensign, second and Speaker-Designate
which would embrace $5,000 WatchBARTOW Margaret A. Edenfleld of I Dade week He Is survived by his widow
half of this course Is the Rowell of Sumter County of or so ago a farm and -
possible location or locationsand officer Indoctrination and Is City.District the 1965 House garden supply house at another JOHN MORGAN CARROLL Mrs. Alice R. Konnerth; two
approximate size of city A $100 reward served commissioned officer Six Welcom H. I location in Winter Haven daughters Mrs. Edward R
as a
lands that would accommo- has been offered for the recovery After completion of the full Watson of Fort Lauderdale and Public Utilities Commission promised the police departmentthat : John Morgan Carroll 72, of Bartley Lumberton N. C. and

date such agencies for a five of a $5,000 wrist watch, 16-week course the new ensigns Mrs. Cecilia Doherty of Lan- Chairman Ed Mason qualifiedfor it would do something aboutone Route 5. died early today atl Mrs. Hal B. Donahey. Winter
to 10 period, and that the a new term. He was the Lakeland General Hospital after
year which was either lost or stolen. Garden,
are assigned to one of many tanaDistrict I of its early-rising roosters one son, Andrew Jr.
committee should tint Involve only one of the three commissioners a long Illness. He was a nativeof
Mrs. Carl Jackson, of Eagle Seven Sen. Ed of
shore stations in the United Is Like the Avenue D, Southwest Sudbury, Mass: and eight
itself in the area of medical Lake, reported the disappear. States. Price and Mrs. Hazel Tslley whose seat up rooster, the bird was disturbingthe Lakeland a retired farmer grandchildren
needs" for election this year. and a member of the Carter's
ance to the sheriff' office yesterday of Bradentun
The OCS team will be locatedat : neighborhood Ott-Laughlm Funeral Homeis
Commissioners also agreedto District Eight Rep. John I The qualifying fee for all Corner Baptist Church
the Commons area for testIng One member of the police in charge of arrangements.
consider an ordinance: Mrt. Jackson told officers the Interviewing and processing Crews of Baker County and state candidates Is S per cent force has suggested that the department He Is survived by four sons,

amendment that would permit 17 Jewell "Harvell" watch Is Applications are strictly voluntary Mrs Julia Maines of Lake But- of the salary of the office serve rooster and Floyd, H 0 I III I e. Vernon and FRED T. BURROWS

public fishing from the decorated with 60 diamonds. There Is no obligation on Iler. sought. In addition, the candidate dumplings at the next police Grady, alt of Lakeland; four FORT MEADE-Fred Tllden

banks of Lakes Morton, Hoillngsworth Mrj. Jackson, who placed the the part of the applicant. District Nine Jerry Carter must sign an oath that fish fry.Ballet. daughters, Mrs. B. T. Fergusonand Burrows, 56, of 30 North LanierSt.
I ( and Miss Jan Mears of Tallahassee. least 90 Mrs. M. M. Starling of Au-
and Wire at the value of the watch at $5,000, he voted for at per .. Fort Meade found dead
meeting of the governing body said it Is Insured by a Winter cent of the opposed nomineesof mrndale and Mrs. B. B. Cour-
yesterday at his
on March 2. Haven firm.WORRIED. II I 3 More Liquor District 10-Rep. Louis de la his party during the last Around son and Mrs. Fred Deal of Lakeland native of Bartow home. He wasa .
I Part of Hillsborough County general election; promises to : a brother, Tolbert Carrollof and was employed
"''''''' ''''''' '' Licenses Will I and Mrs. Cathryn Sheldon of do the same thing In the next Lakeland: a, Joel by the Lake Hamilton

: Tampa. general election, and states Gershwin Songs.Contemplated Carroll of Eaton Park; a half Citrus Corp. He was a memberof

ABOUT I Be AwardedThree District II Max Brewer of that he has not been a mem- sister, Mrs. McKinley Gay of the American Legion, was a

t Titusville and Mrs. Betty Car ber of another party duringthe Eaton Park; and 25 grandchildren : veteran of World War II, and

YOUR HEARING ? liquor licenses author ter of Orlando. previous two years and 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral attended the Bowdin and Cornell
ized In Polk County, but not District 12 PinclldS Coun. candidates services will be heldat School In New York.
previously Issued by the State ty Sheriff Donald Genung and Before qualifying, I NEW YORK AP-Choreog- 2 o'clock Thursday afternoonat He Is survived by his widow

; SONOTONE is THE Beverage Department, are I Mrs Annette Baker of Clearwater are restricted contributionsto In spending rapher George Balanchine of, the Carter's .Corner Baptist Florence Burrows; one daugh

scheduled to be awarded In campaign the New York City Ballet has Church, with burial In Mt. Olive ter. Mrs. Martha Vending,
and for personal ex
\ 'J.-1 company to seeIf the near future, State Bever. travel the been studying the possibility Clfl','Cemetery. Friends may call at Birmingham Ala. one brother -
.. After qualifying
age Director Richard B. Keat Central Americas Lake Nicaragua penses. fashioning a ballet around 14''Gentry-Morrison Funeral Home John Burrows, Anchorage

you need expert help on a hearing problem, thousands ing said today at Tallahassee. Is the world's only lakein restrictions are off unpublished songs by the late'I,.woo.v........pon..v .. noM..;...... .,..v......., 'f. .y..ft,1I.... ...,Alaska; one grandchild

and thousands will tell you Sonotone is the best He explained that only 77 which sawfish, sharks and George Gershwin. o'clock Service arrangements will be

Thousands have also found nuiny through sad experience I I licenses of the 80 authorized tarpon may be found in fresh 'Young AmericaSingsl Balanchine says, however, announced by the A. M. Slegler

elsewhere! that Sonotonc is the most economical inhe the are currently In operation in v'ater. that all the songs are short and RITES FOR MR. KIRKLAND I Funeral Home In Mulberry.AMBULANCE.
county. Program "much better for a 'BroadwayIhow" Funeral services for George, -
( long run. I In making the announcement -
POULTRY & EGGSTAMPA than for a ballet
of 824
Kirkland North
In 35 years of leadership, we have led the way in superior Keating explained that AuditoriumA Conductor Andre Kostelanetz Dakota David Ave. who died I I
At Saturday, !
aids guaranteed service established local office all unsuccessful candidates for
hearing APkEft mi,5t. 5,1.. U obtained the songs from thecomposer's were held yesterday at the Gen '
,5.ii.s, our,.OS o.l.b saC I
licenses recently Issued, whose "rl helpful company policies. This Sonotone service is not more expensive. l Hearing applications are current, will G.A" W.ohe N.I In.,. to be presented Friday win, and sent them to Balan, Rev. Chalmer Lycans, pastor of I I
be considered for .t .
program ,100" call
aids are a long-range Investment. They ore dead loss if automatically It. 14.. '7 :: :1' mu" 4&\10 chine. the Church of God of reu' ,
a one of the additional licenses. Ioar. "1',, : 010': .'J night by the Winston Elemen- I Prophecy, nlry h..., .f eli.si5lie .

tossed provide into lifetime a drawer hearing after, the a few economical weeks. Sonotone seeks to Any other persons InterestedIn E!, or e'ielis'ii Iso, 3a ;;UIIt:;; ,,,,i tary School will be held the at civic the CATTLE AUCTIONSMc'iososvtlta ..d day.

way applying should file their In tome localltUaWholeiau city auditorium, not tjiORNTOH

Sonotone hearing aids are priced to fit all budgets. All application In the Lakeland at farm*,prlrM Hiss,on hrav mattel, I 1U,Mckrdup saa" center as announced earlier I MEMORIAL
be on credit terms. Plus Beverage Office no later than lalti ""' ''.<1. b..... v..a I 10,.. The program, under the direction bl.h.r on IUIMI."tzzrx:jra HOME:
can purchased easy our unique CMS; Hrni, 4-4' H.. M: """. .u replacement: plan, company sponsored in 48 states, which Friday. d.r 4 ll,... .03-se'4 moi,, of Victoria Torke, will\ be- "a.llIO" 10 ."ik"..mlrke., 'MO Hondar..m...'... 'tut. s.'ft-A: *. I
.sls reported tI"
no Delivery pike Isdri5l
means you never need be without your Sonotone hearing One of the three quota licenses nlanla 1 tint tiuhrr. gin at 7:30 o'clock. nAUGHU. CLAIS.. _MIf:.I.m' 417 N. Mess A"..
'100": "w ohol.. 800.0.100 ta.. ....
aid. Remember the best Is never expcmlve.SONOTONE. available Is located In JI 10-24 81 .psu MO.I Uo lbo. 1116aa Phone MU 62133I
... ....... ...
the city of Lakeland, anotherin SHIPMENT OFFER ACCEPTED li'II.a. .ad.r Ooud
Fort Meade, and the thirdIn TALLAHASSEE W>-The FlorIda to, ,'.,d.a 600-11110 lbo. II 00at -I 1- --
., IIN.II::
WINTIft HAVeS laps-ala. cilia U'UIi :
an unincorporated area of tS'epstwa lIur.u 10 a m. ,.e.r% ID Cabinet has accepted a $34- ",,"., P.. .tlll", IS 110-11 oe'I.f"
the county Or ax. 0. Ta..... 000 offer of the federal govern :: : ?i".mO; 155 SI 00-21 '0. HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL1

the trusted name in better hearing for 33 tars alii fruit 11449 anirta sacs I.n.. ment for the purchase of 44)) .::.I";' :J'i,6, -, is. CIyrF 32 no.25 as.,. Ale C*..4 <...... Cho,.. '.,

217 East Lemon Street Lakeland Americans consume about 26 trrS ,::, 84 I IU U airf t San acres of land on the northerntip Sicr 'UD.Uood .Anu I..... IS SO- 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
pounds of apples per capita an of Merritt Island for the Jl.6o.m ilium u .
Telephone MU 2.7816 I nually, according to the Ency ,locaL: : 114,usi t.a4t\ .: 45 O National Aeronautics and Space H' :fi 'Frw i u".t.Io.?: o lb>. HIM- FOSTER E. HEATH Funeral Director ]
: I. *n isoouooTK
. Batteries for All Hearing AUs clopaedia Britannita 1.."il.,,04.Riratal l. j ,. ',OJJ, Administration "i.'", ,If oo. :a.._-.Am uood I-'asiiiu."'100 lb Cor. Lime .and In9rohom Phone 682-0111_



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LEDGER, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 184 -J
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Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation

STATION It L Charleston .......... .112 48 Memphis ............ 54 42 "('

Miami ............... 75 '71 Chicago ............. 38 34 Milwaukee .......... 36 22 .. ., ,.,

Jacksonville ........ 61 112 Cincinnati .......1.1.41 28 New Mpls-St.Orleans Paul.::::::: 61 45 21 49 ," .\ '
Key Welt ............ 78 70 Cleveland ........... 33 22 New York ........... 38 31 "' \.1"

I I'' LAKELAND ........ 73 .4 Denver ............. 41 21 Omaha .............. 49 25 'V f'I.

Ocala ............... 76 60 Des Moines ......... 44 21' Philadelphia ......... 38 20 I
Orlando ............. 74 64 Detroit ..............38 28 Pittsburgh .......... 40 26
Pensacola ../.1...... 56 50 Fairbanks .......... .d .15 St. Louis .........r.. 43 36 cm
Tallahassee ........ 68 liS Fort Worth .....1... 48 38 San Francisco ...... 59 50
Tampa ............. 78 64 Honolulu ............ 82 68 Seattle ..............46 43
W. Palm Beach ....74 69 Indianapolis ......... 34 31 Washington .........45 31 BROTHERS
Juneau ......1.1.... 38 34 BAROMETER
Atlanta .............. 53 4D Kansas City ......... 44 38 7 a.m. 29.75
Boston .............. 31 19 Los Angeles ........ 69 50 1 p.m. Monday 30.06


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Delightful tracery of lush roses on thick and thirsty
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-,, ..,.-. ..,--, ;' 1 and at these great savings. Petal pink, blue mist and

A wren thimdtnrorm wornlnfl wet luued for itorthweer end Berth Florid ran today, with
.."' eI....... e.,ec' ofter low .....u,. .... moves Into tho Atlonti I.tor rode*. Generally folr and dry w.sH..r orevoiled I Maas' Linens and Domestics
In moil other eerti .f tho notion, with loin I. .,... of the eovth end. ..rthw... end. now 4.' (

In tho north. (A" Wireplwto). ; I

Wcafficrcast # f IIti'Ah' -

colder"A \ M
Partly cloudy skies and eY.IY. ., ;,-
temperatures are ahead for "CM 8 '

\ Lakeland tonight with cooler
weather In store for tomorrow
. I weathermen said today. C

Winds In this area today were A: Partly cloudy tonight and
fair Cool. ._ ,..
generally Wednesday. '
expected to be 15 to 30 miles an giswum T 111'
hour, and even higher In the er tonight with a low of 36 to 44.
vicinity of showers and thunder. B-C-D: Clearing and cooler ._ _
showers. Tonight the winds will with a low in the forties tonight R :'I
be northwesterly at 10 to 20 Fair and mild Wednesday. F Q

miles an hour, becoming northerly E.Clearing and cooler with E ......_.o
at 15 to 20 miles an hour a low of 45 to 52 tonight Fair :' '
and mild Wednesday. Southeastand
south winds 15 to 30 mile! I
The maximum )
per hour, shifting todegrees northwest'
here yesterday was 73 degrees, erly today. Small craft warnings H ..
the minimum this morning was
and rain fell are displayed. -r.... I
64 no at O-: Clearing and'cooler with ......... s I ) \ ..
the hall weather station
,, city a low of 45 to 55 tonight. Fair
and mild Wednesday
MM \pstia.
Earth'i least-populated area HI-: Clearing and cooler with '
outside the polar regions is a low in the fifties tonight Fair, French Renaissance
Saudi Arabia's vast "Empty and mild Wednesday. (night and Wednesday. Low to-

Quarter." J.K: Fair and cooler late tonight| anjund 60. wall mirrors and ,' I

I Cuban Fishermen's Attorneys clocks by Syroco f

compare at 30.00 ?

Attack Validity Of Florida LawKEY sale! 19.97 ., S lid

WEST (AP) Attorneys fiscatlon of their four fishing ban commercial airliner. The decor touch that tcrioi your own good tal..,

defending Cuban fishermen vessels The trawlers were At a news conference, the radio The flourish of French Renoiuonct, makes any room A, .
anchored here. i s
whose detention triggered the
said, the youths said they Instantly grand! Choove from thoto three styles of
Guantanamo crisis aimed a legal Seven Juvenile members of the B,
volley today at a Florida law expedition were released with "were vexed by North American wall mirrors, ond clock Pittsburgh, plots gloss 'In gold ,
authorities in Miami, who would
under which the fishermen are out charge, because of their age colored fromtt reproduced In meticulous detail by
constantly propose that they
charged. and were deported to Cuba. seek political asylum in the Syroco'l craftsmen with tile depth, look ond feel of
Attorney Leonard Boudin of Immediate upshot of the detention : United States and desert their hand-carved wood.
New York City said he would of the fishermen was suspension -fatherland."
ask dismissal of the case againstthe by the Fidel Castro government
of the youngsters said he MirrorsA
29 fishermen accused of operating of water service to the
heard about a new invasion to
illegally in state waters. U. base Guantanamo
S. at
navy Cuba and said, "Those who dareto Symphony 33x18B
He prepared to file the motion Bay Cuba.
go to Cuba will receive no Bordeaux 36x22C
at an arraignment before Mon The United States retaliated,flowers"
roe County Criminal Court by supplying Its own water and' Tiara 31x15 ->

Thomas Caro. dismissing some Cuban employ. ssssnr..ct.'ONO
Law Attack Planned es at the base. Wall ClocksD
I A broadcast of Havana Radio, 5JNAGENCY
Boudin, aided by Michael heard In Miami, said Foreign Polazzo 8-day In Milano gold colored 9 '} ,
Standard of New York, said he Minister Raul Roa and other finish 21" dameter
would show that the Florida law Cuban officials met the a
seven 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE. .
Violated the federal constitutionand deported youths when they PH. 682.4141G E Coprl 8 day in Milano gold colored finish
that Florida lacks Jurisdiction reached Havana.I 31 'I2x15 7 b 5

In matters belonging on the' The broadcast said the youths, RepreMittinf Amerlcon F Hampton 8-day in gold colored metal
federal level.Prosecution. all under 18 years of age flew 18x14 1
Fire tr Coiuelty C.
was headed by from Mexico City aboard a Cu I
Monroe County Solicitor Allan B.: Or-CN' TONIGHT Mass' Pictures and Mir rows
Cleare and Asst Florida Atty.l w

Gen. Joe Jacobs. I EVERYTHING'SOK.

The fishermen were apprehended
by the U. S. Coast Guardat
the Dry Tortugas Florida islands E. e
65 miles west of Key West Api
Feb. 2, and were turned over to' ON 4
Florida authorities three days
later U. S. authorities said they

found providing no penalties.applicable U. S. law MY Ut#

Under the 1963 Florida law ,_ --t ... ., .... ................ ............... ...""""""N7 ..T"" .. I.
challenged by the defense, the
fishermen could get six months 9 5-'

In jail and $500 fines, plus con- Spanish inspired- Heavy sheet crystal door mirror with polished
edges; complete with hardware for hanging.

Rebuilt X-15 INCOME TAXI Mexican made Size 16x56".

hand painted j regularly 9.99

Being ReadiedFor TOOK IT TO CLOCK lfM peasant chair! f- sale! 0.97

It* way _..t.. f Maas' Mirrors
Test TripLOS "......frw, $ reqularly 10.00
.... It 4<..n"I ..... ... tee
sale! 7.517 .
MINUTISI ...* mrt.lfWh
ANGELES (AP) A re- ...... .. ....uct-.... 5 ," '
built X1S rocket plane designedto t..I .N .. ..... t.U. ... Our Mexican import, of hand ,
fly at speeds up to 5,300 woods with nat Beveled Pittsburgh plate glass mirror, complete -
.. I ... T"ICI IT t0Hoek JIIII!! carved native
miles an hour, leaves by truck TOD"T' Wl3 UPGIIAUNTU ural grass seat Ideal for accent with hardware for hanging Size 16x56".
today for Edwards Air Force i chairs colorful pic-up

Base, Calif. for family rooms. In Mediterranean I 1 1699
A spokesman for North Amer. III w. ........__.'.,. PAP.r.t.S5. of .r ... rtl.,.. Itw. colors of orange turquoise -
ican Aviation, Inc. said first fl M.k..y ...... tot loot YO" .., p.n.hy" .r Inn..... or light olive. 36" high sale 12.97with
flight is expected In May. The I w .at Nr fl.. .......... with 18x20' seat
plane, one of three built by Mirrors
North American, was damaged Maas' Gifts
in a crash landing in November H&Rri. m CO.

During repair two external N.tLa...... T.. ....... too 0<1...* A.rra the U. .. FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE'ifij

fuel tanks were added to allow log WEST WALNUT ST. '"

its rocket engine to burn longer W..eI.,. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.,Set 0.4. $y.. 95. Ph. '''.1951 i

and thus reach higher speeds. MMC .".KIN. NO APPOINTMINT MCCUtA.YVfJOJeKIJ




I LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday, Feb. II, 1K4 "Which World Did You Have In Mind, Mr. President.?" New Presidents

l LEDGER EDITORIALS I i Seldom PreparedFor

Pepper Runs AgainFLORIDA'S w ci? Harsh RealitiesBy

former U. S. Senator area he is representing is a very liberal

Claude Pepper has finally dropped the area. So thoroughly en rapport are ARTHUR KROCK
Nit. eeI iNaa
@: "
other shoe. Pepper and his constituents insofar as WASHINGTON-New presidents :
liberal political philosophy that it dreamof :
goes like newlyweds
This he has done by announcing fr:1
would not be in the least surprising to a never-ending honeymoon.
that he is a candidate for reelectionto see him get through this election year And when the contentions that
bound to arise In all free
the U. S House.It without Democratic opposition.
((4 human relationships dispelthe
has been generally assumed that He presumably will'have a Republican dream the awakening to I 1

he would be a candidate again this year opponent. Republicans aren't 44f harsh realities Is one for which 4

but there was a great deal of speculation missing any bets in Florida these days. 1 they Disenchanted seldom are lovers prepared.are disposed -

that he might try to get back into But a Republican running against the to put the blame on

the Senate by running against Senator liberal Pepper in that very liberal district each other. And new presidents

Holland would be only token opposition. are inclined to assignit

Pepper announced last Saturday. On Pepper is in the midst of his first to any effective critics whether of
their acts and policies,
the day before he announced, however, two-year term in the House. When he 8'nto or not these are fairly subject

he showed Holland the courtesy of telephoning was in the Senate he spoke often and to reasonable differencesof

him to tell him he was runningfor made national news often. During the opinion.In .
recent speeches
the House seat again not against year he has been in the House, he has President two Johnson has followed

Holland. been relatively quiet. this precedent with rather

Pepper said later: "He was graciously Despite the fact that he is far from more than the familiar show

responsive. I'm looking forward to being a freshman in Washington by d aJrti of honeymoon irritation sinks when below a political the ARTHUR KROCK:

continuing our work together." virtue of his years in the Senate, he horizon under a rising cloudof

There had been no indication that evidently figured he ought to keep criticism. He has made the .
ers, women, the elderly, the
Holland was feeling uneasy over the more or less silent like a freshman conventional profession that In he.,.uchcircum.tances of youthful, the homeowner the .

I possibility of a challenge by Pepper.But during his first term in the House.In course welcomes- fair discussion homeseeker the racial minorities

Pepper's telephone call was an due season he will be heard from of honest differences.But the Intellectuals, the religious I

act that took cognizance of the consid- again. He was the only member of the : Waarr.rsr{ +. apparently' ha has observed in the (Johnson would build
capital a memorial to r
erable speculation there had been. Florida delegation who voted in favorof very little of this, since God-the just comment that I

That Pepper ever seriously considered the civil rights bill recently. It was in a of most his eulogistic policies presenta'tion and proposals the motive of getting elected

running against Holland quite a golden opportunity for him to express he concentrated heavily accounts for this mass movement I

doubtful By running against Holland, himself at length. But he held on mailing the twisted would for an instant Utopia.
come the headIng
Pepper would have taken a very long his fire. Voice of the People arguments against them. of a twisted argument.The I

chance. By running for reelection to Shrewd student of public psychology UNTIL the president supplies dazzling pace of Johnson's t,

the House he apparently can be fairly that he is, Pepper will know just soma specifications of performance the mildness .

\ certain of victory. when to start firing again. Then the these arguments, and of those of voice and manner that t
This Is The was especially noticeable
*sons Ledger's discussionof
Opinion Page = sn* he classifies as fair
Pepper, the liberal is representinga sparks of liberalism will be flying all honest differences, all when he was engaged in

portion of Dade County, and the over the place dissent will carry the eviscerating a senate opponent .
This diHrtol; MS .H.r. the Mwtpcpw's _" .pinions .. nt"ttf* .f ...roes I....... !. HMdtorbl strong the show of job-like patience

ee''"", .. It wokomos the .,1,1.; ... of ........ U the V.k..5 the ,..,Ie COlu..... ........ ....* with which he usually
k. boor _"'T ........ ..n..1. .101.... ........,,._.. ..._....._._
I sipo.d.ed the writer's! oMrou, but Mina will IN withhold n,o. ... A Iottor ....... ..* u. u. .
: Preaching At The SouthFLORIDA .ac..' 250 word{, cud no tty c..".. bo M... Tho Lodger mono* tho rlfht to roect| My .lorror Of RGJI: 1J tience-these are familiar aspects

shorten! It. Opinion. of columnxH and other. contributor *,por ebevhere.. M ski ,.... of his fascinating personality .

and the other Southern lence have been in the North in implied onus of the following that he revealed as a
leader of Congress.
states went for a long time being Cleveland and New York, for instance.In substitute for clear thinking. when they were politely askedto passages in the speeches he
The They are new only to the
Ieep of internal
preached at and excoriated by Northern the face of such strife the North The realistic taxpayer must stop. made to a group in Washington world audience which comes
hold officials
tight on a flighty The white students should revenue
spokesmen in regard to the racial can ill afford to continue criticizingthe Reins TightEDITOR horse. not take all the blame. I think and In St Louis on that with the assumption of the
situation. South. But there probably will be "Disgusted" should ride the city's celebration of its bicentennial office of President. 1 I I
Critical blasts still are being firedat sporadic criticism from those in the train with his eyes open so he :
: A "push" I is on for "All of these (International WHAT IS new is the public
the South but they are neither so North who can spot blemishes at a great the immediate construction of can Me will see see just that what it takes happens two troubles) are distresses, and display of his congenital tendency .

frequent dogmatic nor extreme as they distance but can't see a blemish at the anew convention center It is Student to have a fight. The white from time to time you will to irritation and of the

used to be. The simple explanation for end of their noses or won't admit they a moot question for taxpayersto students were one and the Negroes hear alarmists and people quick temper over which he

'. the change of course is that the North see it. consider whether excessive the other. who like to Jump on their usually exercises remarkable
f RepliesEDITOR government, people who like control. When Johnson was
has its own racial situation. However, the South cannot in good zeal is not taking precedenceover A STUDENT to criticize people who find It the majority leader of the

Sunday night, while sojourning in conscience find consolation in the fact sober judgment.The I would like to quite impossible to be affirmative Senate, obliged to soothe and

the far North, Billy Graham took a that the North, too, has a racial prob argument has been advanced clear and constructive. They compromise by the split in his
that its assured sue up a few things about will Join with some of our opponents party ranks and the Incumb-
sharp jab at the North by assertingthat lem. The South can only feel relief A Vote
cess will cost the taxpayersno the actions of the white students and they will be almost ency of a Republican president -
there is a great deal of hypocrisyin that the criticism from the North is money because It will pay (on the Gaspanlla Special as much of a problemas during most of that period .

the North in regard to the racial neither so frequent nor sharp as it for Itself The obvious replyto train) as was written in For ConradEditor some of our other (sic) outbursts in the privacy

situation and that the North ought to was for a long time. this unwarranted assumption the paper by "Disgusted." enemies. served

stop preaching at the South. North and South alike as different Is "perhaps" The white students weren'tthe : Cartoonist Conrad "So, regardless of what :you
Lakeland has present con hear and what some of the Yet on the few occasionshe
He elaborated to say that insteadof geographical areas of a great but vention facilities in its Civic only ones creating a melee really hit the nail on the headIn bellyachers lay, we are much- decided the situation called

directing criticism at the South, the troubled America face the common Center for 1,000 to 1,300 persons Adults and Negro students American his recent Way cartoon of Death, !"The" It beloved people throughout the for it, he employed his gift

North ought to get busy and work on obligation of solving this complex Has this capacity to alike created a disturbance. makes one shudder to think world. for withering satire like a
date been utilized sufficiently If you don't believe it, just "Freedom prospers throughthe whiplash. And it worked.
its own racial problem. problem as sensibly and fairly as possible the smokers of cigarettes are
often and been fair discussion of honest Since he became
proven Inadequate ask some of the adults, andif president,
Except for the flare-up In Atlanta, refraining from retaliatory accusations ? Are not the proponentsof they are the kind of people subjecting themselves to the differences. Both at home and however, Johnson has concen
the recent outbreaks of interracial vio and name-calling. a bigger new conventionhall they should be, they will tell poison nicotine. Cigars and abroad we welcome such dis trated on the softer tactic
pipes are not so bad but why
acting like a gourmand you that they were also re smoke when It's been cussion. But neither at home which was so effective in the
whose eyes are bigger than sponsible.My well pretty nor abroad is there any need Senate And the response of
that smoking is
his stomach? date and I were the only proven for twisted arguments that Congress to the incessant flattery
I A New Pattern In FloridaA No one is brash enough to teen-agers in the car, exceptfor dangerous? would damage the good name of telephone calls from
state that Lakeland now has the people that kept walk. Let America keep on with of our country. the President of the U. S. is

RELATIVELY new pattern of way of life has strong appeal people adequate housing facilities for ing back and forth where the her fancy cigarettes, her bourbon "Those who distort the evident in the actions it has
scotch and vodka, her
large conventions It Is conceded woman had the heart attack.In truth to alarm the people taken on controversial legisla
living in Florida is big-scale apartment who don't want to have the responsi- fast cars and drunken .
drivingand about
that during the moot fact, she sat In the chair our capacity or our purpose lion that was long stalled In
living, especially in the Clearwater-St. bility of keeping up a conventional popular convention months, right across the aisle from me. we will be forgetting even will not fulfill their ambitions the committees. But the

Petersburg area on the west coast and residence and don't want to bother tourists and visitors utilize all There may have been pillows that old bugaboo Communism. ." wholesale attack on criticismin

the Miami Beach-Fort Lauderdale area with yard care. the desirable accommodations being thrown In other cars, but America cannot continue last week's speeches raisesa
Does It therefore make sense, she suffered the heart attack worshipping the gods of the ALTHOUGH the bewildering question whether the iron
on the lower east coast. To many persons these big apart under these circumstances, to from all the noise that was being cigarette, of John Barleycornand agenda Is a list of proposed control of his volatile temperament
It is big-scale because it consists of ment complexes have a magnitude that urge the immediate construCt created. The Negroes of speed on the highways special benefits supplied by Is not slackening under

huge apartment complexes that are seems too detached and forbidding. tion of a costly larger convention thought they had the right to without our civilization crumbling Congress or the White Houseto the crushing burdens of the

virtually self-contained though not But the people who live therein be. center? keep annoying the old folks from within U. every S. voting group In the presidency. If so, those who
Wishful thinking Is not a that were in our car even management know Johnson best are certain
self-sufficient. of under JOHN BUDD
quite come part a community one farmers, taxpayers, consum- it is a passing phase.
The biggest of these in Florida-or roof without sacrificing privacy and

in the South, for that matter-Is at those that like to engage in social activities .

Miami Beach. It is called the Morton find fellow cliff dwellers of

Towers. They are twin towers of apart. kindred interests. New Labels For New IiBy nternational Era

ments that are home for 3,000 persons They're living it up by living up

each tower 14 stories tall. high and together, under one roof. C. L. SULZBERGER
nomic aid from China.
theorem Is founded
The structures stand beside Biscayne There's even an incinerator on each on religious -except where the commun. name. But we have likewiseseen
@,h rts jlork Eime The result is that the Smo- concepts that teach belief ists suggest It In Germany
at Fifteenth Street and floor of the Morton Towers. Also other PARIS or India split Into India and
Bay con The international Soviet schism continues to in some form of eternity, Viet Nam. Pakistan and
sist of 1,279 rental apartments. The features that were not in Florida 20 Ice jam continues to break broaden and Moscow's gripon yet stresses material comforton Israel and Jordan.

general layout includes a shopping center years ago and probably only dimly Into new patterns and acorns.lea. Eastern Europe weakens. this earth. Eastern theo THE TIME It probably com- Is the day coming when
The two The satellites feel rem is founded
more and on material ing when semantics, like
several and coffee dreamed of. politics Russia will call East
dining rooms Germany
that dominated world affairs more encouraged to speak up, concepts that eschew eternity will face the need for Prussia
shops and elaborate recreational facili. How much does it cost to live in since IMS are each splitting now that the old monolith is but it exhorts its followers to adjustment. We already find re Palestine, when Jordan calls Itself .

ties. those complexes? Well, twobedroomunits but their fragments have yet smashed.All discomfort here for the sake nations practicing what they north Viet Nam, when resume south their and .

Floridians who enjoy having their rent for $205 a month, threebedroom to river find of their course in the this combines to produce of a future they cannot know. call "guided" democracy and"Arab" former titles, respectively An-
time much Policy was simpler to formulate
own house separate from other dwelling units for $375 and up. We NATO diplomatic movement.The We may ram and Tonkin? Could that r
see divided, during the
NATO allies, quite apart early days of soon have modified terms in facilitate de
units and who like plenty of yard To citizens living in their modest CENTO moribund and SEATO from France, follow Increasingly Foster Dulles when he thought the communist lexicon. And of facto these acknowledgement -

for a lawn shrubbery flowers and homes on the ground that may seem virtually dead. Yet the United Individualistic courses. neutralism immoral and was we may also be faced with separations? Such unhappy changes
trees recoil at of to be But lot States, leader of these three England and West Germany ready to threaten war at the the need to relabel countriesas need not
may thought being awfully swanky living. a coalitions, while of necessarily end
striving to build up commerce with the drop a hat. Both our allies well as governing
systems. dreams
tucked away in apartment complexesas of people who go in for swanky living hold them together gingerly communist orbit, Portugal and enemies understood this Partition Is this century's Would of ultimate unification

if they were cliff dwellers. and are able to pay for it are settlingin seeks arrangement with Russia toys with recognition of Pek even if they didn't like it But awkward form of compromiseand that they Imply recognition
a new political
But there obviously are many people Florida these days especially in the to ease tensions and make ing; England and France now we oppose all thought of we have seen Ireland, epoch has begun or facilitate
impossible the threat of ma- trade with Cuba war unless war is thrust Korea
and Greece uponus Viet Nam and Germany new
for whom the big-scale apartment major resort areas. approaches to old problems
and Turkey row with each we relaxedly contemplate divided with each segment that old
lortJI111 other over Cyprus.The neutralism as a theory claiming the national couldn't solve?
A THOUGHT voice says, Cryl! And I said What shall I cry? All flesh Is grass and all AI/41tJ, U. S. and the U.S.S.R.
its beauty is like the flower of the field.-Isaiah 40:6. remain unchallenged as superpowers .

Jor conflict Other allies suchas but their strength U Potomac FeverBy
France and Pakistan, while more military and therefore
viewing these efforts skeptically potential than political and actual
make their own arrange They are unable to prevent FLETCHER KNEBEL
ments with Peking, a capital their ideological clients
equally disliked by Washing from acting on their own. They These are times of austerity. Castro( Is cutting off our water and Lyndon
OAMDNtlt PUT) COWL II lib ton and Moscow. crn only protect them In a Johnson is trying to cut off our lights

'Imperial Polk County Fubli h ri ". 1'r aa SIMS.,.ON.. V...,0PrMidvntl And through the ideological crisis. ,
.. .
tart CLIVI Jr. nCditen looking glass the is
World's Cltm Center """ 7'_- ,,'1 0' row ILL HUNT Advwlixni Audi- .same only reversed.picture Despite the NO ONE can pretend to discern Big scandal among suburban matrons of Long Island. Ballad of suburbia:
They who catch the oh.fives
Nil 4M RICHARD...,....... KtAHLtY ClrwttThe moments of unanticipated where this complex sit. eight- better take along their wives .
crisis Russia also cautiously uation will lead. We hope that *

I probes for a balance with the as Russia becomes more prosperous Russia accuses us of luring away one of their secret
LEDGER'S telephonesAll: Departments-686.1151 U. S. that rests on something its citizens will embrace claim him. They want to boast there's at least one fellow agents in the Democrats who
firmer than mutual terror. bourgeois habits and isn't running for vice-president. party ,
abandon messianic
concepts of
suiscmniON RATES *
RUSSIA likewise helps bolster revolution; that their interests *
On. r..r . .. . $20.10 On. Month . . $1.75 India against the other via.avis such striving lands Republicans list our two most difficult problems: How to make fresh water

SIN Month . .. $10.40 W..k . . . . .49>> communist behemoth, China, as China will come to resemble out of salt water and how to make hay out of Goldwater.

TI,... Month $ S.20 Sunday Only v.., . $710>> and goes out of its wayfromCuba ours. But this theory *
to Africa-to undercut seems to assume embour- Defense Boss !McNamara complains of
Chinese policy. It has even geoisement, debilitates a so- military shortages during the Cuban
Publlihod frtrnoons .eopl Soturdoy and ." Sunday morning fey Lokolond Ntoipopor Corp.Lokolnd less intention of giving Peking ciety, In which case we In. missile better crisis. While he's waging. his war on poverty maybe LB.!' had also
wipe out our poverty in war.
Horid. 11102I nuclear help than we haveof ferentiallY acknowledge that
giving it to Paris. And it ours Is already debilitated.And *

has withdrawn almost all its ideologically there is Listening to all the Republican candidates, you get the idea that except
technicians arms and eco- inherent paradox. Western for peace, prosperity and people, this country is in foul shape.




10 Million Will See Lakeland High School Band In Parade Tuesday LAKELAND, Feb. M. 1904 LEDGER,)

Cuba flat first flew from

When the Lakeland Senior the festival. Another quarter of Blossom Festival activities and There will be extensive television -I a New York building on May

High School band participatesIn a million persons will actually feature article will be publish. coverage, live and taped'11, 1S50
the National Cherry Blossom view the Blossom Pa ed throughout the country. on the parade on the regional
Festival, April 7-U In Waah- .. More than 200 reporter will basis Also, NBC Monitor is ex,, CIota
Ington, an estimated 10 million cover the parade. Five hundred petted to cover the parade and INSURANCE
persons will be watching It. Coverage Readied press kits are being sent to 250 beam the story to alt parts of SERVICf

Preparations are being made The parade will be fully COy- major newspapers in the United the country. lent{, Upihaw,
for the festival and It Is already ered by all of the wire services States and Canada, with full Information I An estimated nine million person .! Inc.

estimated that more than three- and the Washington Press on the Cherry Bios will view the parade by a. T..". 11 v*. ..... *ZZSSStot M.tut
quarters of a million visitors Corps News on the Cherry som Festival and Parade I I television. _.. -
from outside of Washington will -- -
flock to the nation's capitol for

3 More British

Scientists Take

F Jobs ElsewhereBIRMINGHAM

(AP-Tha brain drain of lead- ,
Ing British scientist is claim.
ing three more men from Birmingham
University. Two are
going to the United States and.
one to Australia.

Sir Robert Altken, vlci chan
cellor of the university, called
for Increase of
grants an to Improve facilities government for If you're after a car with some life to it,there's only one thing to do. Be my guest.

scientific research.Dr. I'm easy to find, you know. Just look for me at your Buick dealer's, during his Sports Car Rally. While you
George Greenlesi, 41, sen wait for me, you can drive one of his sport models-a Wildcat, maybe, or a Skylark. Or even a Riviera. In
ior lecturer in physics, says he fact, you can drive all three. That's! what the Buick Sports Car Rally Is all about. (What a way to start a
has accepted a professorship at New Yearn!) If I don't show up, you can talk price. That's even more pleasant than conversation with me.
. the University of Minnesota because You'll see Once you get your hands on a Buick, you won't miss me a bit. Really.
CHERRY BLOSSOM PARADI LAST YiAR-On. .f tics ni."y high shoot .."". which ,rtkl.
pfd li. the N.llon.l Cherry IteiiMi .*. hit, ,.., p..... tho ,...d. .f Princ.i*. mans! facilities are better there..
Dr, George Chester, 35, acting
In W..hlnptos. An"' .... 10 ,11I1.! peons .r. .,..t.. t. ... Hi* ,...'. Hill y..r ."i a driver ( head of the department of '
to send Ilit L.k sled, Smltr' High School bd to the f.itlv! it """., ".y In LokoUuftWASHINGTON mathematical said he '
I ..... RIl1' s
brlolO,4P will become a professor at Cornell '
Accountants University in Ithaca, N.Y., '"f'''''
REPORT.Foe because he believes he will get ,awwr7MMASMAr !7a Aww

Meet TomorrowTAMPA more financial support for his See your Quality Buick taler lot Double i" Cluck Tlld.11\,., I bitter bay lor yw.
Of Government work.
The Florida West Streater Buick Inc. 954 East Main Street
Central Chapter of the National El Salvador la the only Cen ,
Secrecy Favors NoneBy Association of Accountants will tral American country that does
have a Technical Session at Its not have an Atlantic coastline.

I At at the Tampa Airport Mote
FULTON LEWIS JR. presumably plugged Into Presidential 2222 North West Shore Blvd,
WASHINGTON Congress sockets). Tampa.

man John Moss, an eloquent Mr. Hatcher did not call that The meeting will begin at 6 -
and sometimes lonely foe of day or the next and Mr. Schulz p.m., with a social hour until CONDENSED
again phoned the White House. 7 p.m.; dinner at 7 p.m., and
government secrecy, plays no "Oh yes," said Mr. Hatcher, the technical program at 8 p.mAll STATEMENT OF CONDITIONAs
favorite "on those figures: You can't members are urged to at-
The Calif or- have them." the
nla Democrat r::;' "'''!'II''I' "Because," he continued, tend. of December 31, 1963

fought a val. .: "they have never before been the Great built the ASSETS
lant fight made public and we see no city of Bucephala to honor his BONDS
against El-' reason to do so now" favorite hone, according to the
" henhower b u '4 ..t5l Encyclopaedia Britannica. U. S. Gavirnmtnt ._._- .... .S 3,342,71276
But hadn't at least two of
reaucrats who ;\ Slat*, County and Municipal 13.749,48030
those bills (December 1963 and -
ccoffed at the | January 1964) been referred to Public Utility i .. 11.41: 9,117.09Indulhlol : :

people's right I by the President? "We can't ONCE!At1VEAL 14,403,231.79
to know. The ,
campaign was I give them to you" figuresbehind Railroad __-_ _- 1,672,818.19

hardly parti-1. c"d REP. MOSS, Informed by Aprn 19th e
san; it has conLEWIS Mr. Schulz of the episode, Im L STOCKS
tlnued Into thisAdministration mediately opened a personal i 'ubUc Utility Preferred 1.310.189.4'

with Moss rejecting investigation of Andrew Hatch. L.-.ei-. ruble Utility Common .... _.. 3,393,145,00
er'. denial.ot Information.The .
suggestions that he let Bonk, Trod and Ina Co..r_. 477,175.00
up. In one day last week, the public light bills light. may yet seethe Massachusettseetebrates Indultrlal Common ..__ ",OU,878.00Railroad

doughty Democrat took on On the tame day, Rep. Moss Preferred -. 269BOOOO
both White House and Penta lashed out at Pentagon censors Patriot' Day Savings and Loan A"n. Shares "55,000.00Invlltm.n'
who had barred U.S. In Herold Life 'Ins. Co OU,728.9Z

gon.For several weeks Presiden newsmen from the Guantanamo BUT First Mortgage loans and Rant, Estate 01.,703.

tlal aides have leaked reports Bay Naval Base In Cuba. R.ot Estate 8,748,895.94

to members of the press on Moss House, who Government is chairman Information of the. Every Wednesday"FROM Caih and Bank 0poilti, .. 3.015,912.54

progress made by Lyndon subcommittee, put Investigators MAINE TO FLORIDA Premiums Due and Uncolltcttd _. 2.316,450.1&
Johnson In his campaign to Income Due and Accrued 70484443
on the case as soon a* ITS -
slash the White House light he learned of it. th loans to Policyholders ____ __ 311,476.74

bill.. More than SO reporter had Fish Fry Night e Other Assets ___-___- _____- 137965.91
Reporters have Informed been turned down in their efforts .
TOTAl ADMITTED ASSETS _$125,191.546.21I
their reader that to get to Guantanamo.Rep. Delicious fillets-
scurries about his new home, Moss called the policy
crop, golden-fried
turning off closet lights By the "unwise and unnecessary." and ocean-fresh LIABILITIES
end of January, LBJ had cut Aisistant Defense Secretary
the bill by 1,000., according to Arthur Sylvester said that It ALL Reserve for Life Policies and Contract -$ P7.5S5,230.3S1I..rv.
one national newspaper chain. Wit "In the national Inter. yOU I for A & H Contracts 1,572.417.USuppl.m.ntary
The President himself told est." NEAT $100 policy Contract Claims Payable. 357,554.05

White House visitors and At least one newsman who Policy and Contracts payable __ 2548841.22!
newsmen-last week the bill had been to Guantanamo dur Premiums Received In Advance ..,_... 964,898.91
had been reduced by more ing an earlier crisis reportedthe French Fried Potatoes Commliitoni Due or Accrued 000.656
than $1.000 and further cuts men are "sick and tiredof Cole Slaw a Tartars Sauce) Central Expenses Due or Accrued 115,00000

were upcoming. the"government's appeasement Rolls and ButterHOWARD Tons, Llceniei and Feel Due or Accrued ._. 4 1,1 1,642.32
BUT WHEN associate, .
Bill Schulz phoned the White WHILE he has not been to meanINDEPENDENT Amount Withheld ai Agent or Trustee 08B02.01Unearn.d
_____ 15,84476
Investment 'Income
he Guantanamo during this
House for facts and figures one
got the old run-around. Assistant he thinks the reaction wouldbe JonmonJ Agents Balance .f 51349.65
Press Secretary Andrew similar: "These boys don't LIFE Security Valuation Reserve : 1,484,26682

Hatcher parried (l'11 call like some pip-squeak Cuban Other Lfabilltlei __ ___ 91,359.81
you back") a request for the dictator turning off their wa 735 E. Main St.
AND lIABllITIES$107,127.864."OCapital
light bill figure for each December ter and they don't like, I'm is built on
and January since sure, the fact that we have "HOST Ot THe HIGHWAYSDO Stock, $ 3,651,181.USECURITY
done nothing in retaliation." Reserve 218,34965
Croup Contingency -

1958.Such a tabulation would per. STABILITY SERVICE Surplus r _________________ 14.194,15032: :

mit a comparison of the economy YOU TAKEVITAMINS TOTAl CAPITAL AND SURPLUS _-.$ 18,063,681
measures of Dwight EIsenhower
Lyndon Johnson. It would AND SURPLUS 125191546.21

show, too, whether or not

there was a big drop every : .,. .,. '5 ,, HIGHLIGHTS
January (The White House '7'I'r e 1'\ i.,1 a
Christmas decorations, which woe! j 1- Y OVER A BILLION DOLLARS
sprawl over several acres are L!tai! tt ." t f $ LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE _._,._$1,160,604,97300
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uYoha.Ahor.hy notIl.d STILL t -
motor vblrl: thai thffollowing .0 ',t"r.- 4 npp MILLION MARK __________ $ 1:5,191.54621
ones Chevrolet I'trkup 1 '.a ,,, ','- I n'v, r' INCREASE 11.58%
Model 01504. JU1CI.MAl.iniM ,
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..', the J.IH dot" of
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pplleit In lb. payment ot th. com / RESERVE FOR PROTECTION OF OVER
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said motor vehicle and th. cot of
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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, Feb. 1*. W4

I. Desalting Experiments Will 1 gr" 4s 1 Let's Play Bridge ] [

:. Pay Off In Guantanamo Plant
NORTH sponge of, say, two diamondsand
(' AQ107I2 follow with four spades on
By Wt JOYNES MACFARLAN Navy will provide reimbursement clear power to desalt seawater VAQS the next round. An alternative

WASHINGTON (AP)-Knowledge so that a replacement ." "I r 1 ...MJ10 is an artificial response of three
regarding desalting of plant can be provided at San Primary attention is centeredon + notrump.All .
aea water gained by this coun Diego. Both San Diego and the a desalting project that WEST EAST the pain In the 1964 United .

try since 1952 will pay oft as State of California assisted in would supply Key West, Fla, F'f 4.4 ei / 3VKJS States International team employ
the United States moves to financing the plant. with fresh water Instead of > 742 limit raises, although one
make self-sustaining Us naval This plant and three other transporting It HO miles by; ( f f.KQJSJ 475 pair does 10 only if there has

base at Guantanamo, Cuba demonstration plants were con- pipeline from wells near Florida +" 9743 4KQ862" been an intervening bid. The '"
The Navy has turned to the structed by the Interior Depart. City. SOUTH (D) young Californian experts Robert "
Interior Department to obtaina ment under a research program A preliminary appraisal Indicated e AAKJS51043 Hamman and Donald b

desalting plant which was designed begun In 1952. a combination power / Krauss, use limit raises In all f
to produce one million Interior statistics show that plant and desalting plant, with 10.6. situations and have adopted the
gallons a day but has been In 1952 cost of converted lea capacity of about six to eight +" AJ Swiss Convention to solve the
working so successfully at San water varied from about $4 to million gallons a day, would be problem of the forcing-raise
Diego Calif, that its output J5 a thousand gallons. Now i iis It economically feasible, The poa- East-West were vulnerable. hand. This consists of a response -
E 1 has been running 14 million down to $1 to $1.50. ilbility of using nuclear fuel is The bidding: of four clubs or four diamonds

gallons daily. I Undersecretary of the interior being vigorously explored South West North East to show the type of hand
This Is regarded by James K Carr said In an i apwf. i 1 A Pass 3 A Pass held by North in the diagram,
ment officials as only govern-I' interview today that "as an out. 4 *' Pass Pass Pass and Hamman and Krauss havean

runner of what Is to come as growth of our program a desalting DisturbanceDumps West led the diamond king. interesting variation: four
they talk of cooperative studies plant Is operating In the The standard response with clubs chows not more than one
with foreign countries for plants'Virgin Islands which was designed the North hand shown in today's of the three top trump honors,
with output ranging from 50 with rated capacity of Rain f., .t'4 diagram to an' opening bid of and four diamonds shows at

million to as much as 300 mil. 275,000 gallons of fresh water at one spade is three spades, and least two of them.
lion gallons per day. daily but which has operatedfor Around GulfBy n ten: years ago the matter would In the deal shown four spades

Combination EnvisionedSuch extended periods with pro- not have merited discussion out was reached by the old-fashion.
duction running 325,000 gallons MORE HELP FOR THC IAND L L (Nurml Helms, left, lekilend Senior High School side a beginner's textbook. But ed route, but It would have beenan
plants are conceived of a day. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS rhlorle director end foorbell teeth, erennrt a check on behalf of the .thl." deportment. to WolrorLowlitfl the winds of change have blown occasion for Hafnman and

as combination electric power Plants Prove Feasibility Rain splashed areas In the center president of the school's Bena" PerenH Aiiocletlon, end Robert. E. Siestas, tone1 I over bidding theory, and todaya Krause to employ their convene
generation and desalting plants, South and the far Northwestand director, to old the ..,,"s c..I,.. to raise $7,000 to) oertlcleere In the Cherry Bkitom. FottivotIn I substantial minority of experts tional bid of four clubs. ..
possibly using nuclear fuel. "The San Diego demonstration light mow -fell-- In scattered 0 .__.m.n... .. I..n Aoril.. (Ledger .photo kv. '.,kl".I.) employ limit-jump raises. This South made a good technical '
Under the plan for Guantanamo plant, along with the other northern sections but generallyfair treatment, standard in Britain, play by ducking the opening
Interior officials said the demonstration plants at Freeport and dry weather prevailedin has been adopted by most of the diamond lead and winning the

'Roswell, Tex.N.M.; Webster, are ,proving S.D.; and on most other parts of the nation Supreme Court Takes New Step star players of California, Canada diamond I continuation. This ,

More Comfort Wearing today. and Texas, as well as by the served to prevent a further dia
a practical basis what can be
In the northern
A disturbance
East. After
disciples of the Kaplan-Sheln- mond lead from
FALSE TEETHHere done with certain processes Gulf region set off rain from South played the
wold system. I drawing trump
"The basic the
problem to
eastern sections of the southern To Cure State IllsBy
Districting of clubs followed by the
.. a pleaeent way to overcome known processes Is one of low These players use a Jump ace ,
InoM plate dlaoomfort FA8TEETH.a plains through Georgia. Fairly from one spade to three spades' five, and East had to win. A
cost We have been
Improved powder sprinkled on energy.
upper end lower plate hold, them heavy rain measuring more with a hand two or three high- club lead would have allowed a
firmer.... that the, feel. mon working closely during the last than one Inch. hit southeastern JAMES MARLOW I might have Just as much repre around the edges of this for card points short of an openingbid. ruff and a discard of the diamond .
Mo rummy coon put with the Atomic Energy
I tute or feeling. Ite alkaline (noneld Louisiana and southern Mississippi -Associated Press News Analyst sentation. years. The opener is expected to loser, *o East returned a
Commission the AtomIc
odor"breath"Don Dot. Oet eour FASTCETH charkn " Energy Committee of the The rain was expected to WASHINGTON (AP-The Supreme Law Ignored A famous test came to the Supreme pass If he has a minimum and low heart. South played low
.t drug count* ..." ".n. ,yen spread through the Carolinas Court has decided to curea Court in 1946 a case to continue to game If he has from his hand and the jack
Congress on possible use of nu- This has worked to the advantage
the central Appalachians, with kind of national in -from Illinois where
-- paralysis populationsof any reserve strength This was played to force the queenin
rain mixed with in the of the rural population, to 1
snow which politicians wouldn't budge districts varied from 138,000to solves many problems with i dummy.
"THAT'S Ohio Valley. to give voters fairer representation the disadvantage of the growing 839,000. But the court wouldn't hands counting 10 or 11 After throwing East in, South

RIGHT- Plains Get Snow in Congress and state legit cities.Forty state constitutions required -tell the legislature to redistrict. An Important advantage polnta'i was now able to throw West in.

Light snow falls were reportedin latures. regular redistricting This is a "political thicket," if the responder bids three He led the losing diamond and

the northern plains and cen For years the court was too! 10 or oftener to give the then Justice Felix Frank spades at his second turn the West was helpless. He was
: every years
: NO BITE tral Rockies, with snow flumes timorous to do this. It said It voters in all sections more equal furter laid, backing away. He opener can deduce that he has forced to give declarer a ruff
m3 indicated In the Great Lakes region -didn't want to butt into the political I representation. But for generations suggested the remedy for unfair- :only three-card support. and luff or lead away from his
1 V" and the central and northern field. It took its first big some state legislatures Ignored ness In districting is to get the I Limit Rakes Create ProblemsBut heart king and permit South to i
Rockies. More rain fell In step two years ago, another their own constitutions. state legislature to do it. This i limit raises also create score his ten. In either event, ;

GENE CLARK,Ir,African western Washington and north Monday. Congress has looked the other was ducking the issue. problems, notably on the typeof declarer avoided the loss of a f i

blf fame hunter filer community west Oregon. First It tangled with state way on this question of equal Change BlockedBy hand held by North, which is heart trick and made his con /.
letdor..thlt popular Texas Skies were clear In most of legislatures i and now with Con- representation In districts elect- a standard forcing raise to three tract. South expected congratuatlons .
rancher owns and operates New England after >* season's i gresa.; Congressional districts, ing members of the House The this reasoning the problem spades. As an immediate bid for his fine play, but all II
the 10,560 acre headquarters worst snowstorm, with gale,like state legislatures' districts, Senate Is not Involved. Every would probably have remained of four spades would have a preemptive -North said was that it would \ 1

i \ section of tho tamed XII force winds, swept the area. Up I have been lopsided for genera- ,state, big or small, is entitled to unsolved a few more genera flavor one possibility have been easier to make three
: O ltanch.arWlc.lta'all" to 18 Inches of snow fell In New'tions. two senators.Does ations for a very simple reason. would be to manufacture a re- no-trump.
r'l J If the far outnumbered rural
: laJ England and at least 16 deaths'I One district with 500,000 people a court have the right to population of a state dominateda

were reported mostly from might have only one representative -interfere with the way Congressor the disadvantage -
state legislature
j MELLOWMASHYELLOWSTONE heart attacks induced by snow in Congress, or a state a legislature provides for of the much bigger city U.S. Panama Talks

I 3j shoveling. legislature, while another with election of its members? State populations-they weren't going ,

VIOLENCE KILLS I only half that many people and federal courts skipped to let the arrangement be .1'

LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) Police changed.Two Remain Deadlocked
said Monday nine persons years ago the Supreme
THK ORtATtST AMERICAN WrllSKlY have been killed and eight injured Meeting Set TodayIn Court reversed the reasoning of r
KENTUCKY STKAIOHT SOUMO" II PROOF lot WOOF BOmtD-IN BONO In recent tribal violencein 1946-in a case from Tennesseeby
MTIIUD SOTTIED IY YELLOWSTONE DISTILLER COLOUISVILLE-OWtNSSORO. KY. northern Nigeria. deciding lower federal PANAMA (AP-The Organization -'treaty before resuming diplomatic

courts may decide whether city of American States, trying ties.
FEC Rail Strike voters are unconstitutionally dis
criminated against In the ap- to break the five-week dead- The committee will resume Its

u portionment of legislative seats lock In the U.S.I'anamat dispute inquiry Wednesday and begin

Post-bloom letdown ? DAYTONA BEACH (AP) to meet with Ed Ball board In Tennessee the state constitution shifted its peacemakingeffort drafting its findings for presentation -

-Labor and management confer chairman of the railroad, and required reapportionmentevery back to Washington today to the full OAS.

today at the urging of Secretary GE Leighty, chief negotiatorfor 10 years because of population after evident failure In the Panamanian -
of Labor W Willard the 11 nonoperating unions shifts but there had been capital. NEWS OF RECORD

Wire to see If they can end the on strike. none since 1901.
Wirtz sent Ball and This decision The five-nation OAS commit- CIRCUIT COURT
violent Florida East Coast Rail- Leighty was a political era FiM
strike. identical telegrams shocker. It did more to stir ee's departure for Washington Robert Kolodln: Norman Bllli, WUIlun
way early today signaled failure of lIo..n".1 end Ilnulrf W.rn... .Ie..
Assistant James J. "The dispute between the state legislatures than anythingin v., writ,, A. Dodd c hi.
Reynolds, the Secretary Labor Department's Florida East Coast Railway and history in the voting field. its week-long search here for a Dorothy etc 01,11 Jun.dens, eatloo F.woo.+. 0100..t;:
the nonoperating brotherhoods is Since then about 35 states, under -,formula on which the two countries come Edwn, divorce. .
top troubleshooter was III v> African
now in its 14th month. The losses the spur of the decision and might settle their differ- fiMelhodui nnED .0001 Church.. ot
suffered by the private Inter- the drive of cities and suburbs nces. US. special negotiator William Luu.Amof A. Borclnrr 0'orlUaa v.. Nelle for 1o.uro A, Terlor

Costello ests Involved are Incalculable. have taken some steps to redistrict Edwin M. Martin also left for JaVn"Kniatrt0"vr| :, Phillip

The loss suffered by the public But this is a slow, pain- Washington.No Ralph .iximberdl. main..
interest Is intolerable. ful road Favor Shown HaVie". *..* F.M., '.. Oirtli A. rarlev.Lui. .
'Grateful'To /..l>PHlolle vi. JIM Willard
High Price Rule Applies Informants said the OAS Hollly, child lupporl

"The recent bombings of this Then Monday the court said group; would have remained rrPiur i I ..5,0 Jr I child Cs. ":vi,i. Oeorte
CourtNEW m.dr. ... Oeorii .........
property are outrageous crimi- congressional districts In the longer if the United States or I IIvP&'tMI1I.r .
Panama had shown favor ZI:. : vi, J rom. i.
nal acts. states It was Just talking of any Miller child eupport
YORK (AP) Frank "The Interruption this past Georgia but the ruling applies for a peace proposal advancedby Order! And Deaeeae
Costello, onetime reported czar week of vital defense operationsof generally-must[ be arranged to Juan Plate of Paraguay art Ic"Rernoldi dUrnlMalFirm vi. Clip of Lakeland,

of the New York rackets, says Cape Kennedy, resulting from give "equal representation for chairman of the special Inquiry ol Auburndale Federal Bavlnii. eW.. vi end barer Lean ANn..UUrlilfa
he's "pretty happy" about the picketing is a further Insuffer- equal numbers of people" so far committee. Terms were not dis- final decree of 'c
Bank of Uie Cllf
The Dollar Bevlnii
U.S. Supreme Court ruling thathe's able price to the public," the as practicable.The closed. of New York ... Chad .. A Stewart.ttc
not a deportable alien telegrams read In part. court has let down no Plate conferred with Martin et / final decree loro.looln.

"But," he adds, "I always was Picketing of Cape Kennedy exact measuring stick for popu- and Panamanian Foreign Min PedN-af.n aeon allonal* .C. Mortelee Holland et Aam et.. dual
optimistic." began after the railroad started lations in a district. It said later Galileo Soils, while the Anne decree Rutland for..lor>..Rodnev mortceve Ward. Rub

""Celebrate? No," he told a operations of a spur there. Workon districting must be fair by population committee Investigated Pan- Spit land, .Cumble final decree v.. Billr divorce W Cumble.Berlhe .
reporter Monday, a few hours millions of dollars In apace It relied on the Consti- ama's charges of U.S. aggression IIn.1 door.. vCOerer W. Xu...,
after the court handed down Its projects was halted when con- tution for its authority, of In the Jan. 9-11 rioting that final M decree un dlvorrePlr.l .
struction workers honored those sections left 24 dead, Including four pMrral Bavmei and Loan Awn
decision the course, citing of Lakeland eta| ... W
"I'm through "I'm through," picket lines. Work was resumed which speak of apportionmentby Americans Btokn.1..ln. el monrecr.Rr UK etc.? final Canoga,nth

he said without Indicating after the National Labor Relations numbers and give protectionsto The Paraguayan diplomat declined 1.0 Buick Convertible. ., final
juilimrnt of torrlrltureUnited
FIGHT BACK I whether he referred to his legal Board worked out a truce. citizens' rights. comment on his talks >. Ja Nort.> k ul Corp fuel. etc decree ,
battles with the federal govern- There have been more than Now Congress at last may try with Martin and Solis but Indicated of foreclosure.
,ment or his retirement from the 200 violent Incidents during the not only to set up standards for neither side expressed Interest COUNTY Suite riM COURT

I underworld. strike. The most recent were districts but for congressional In his proposal.Ties Quit Oil Core.. etc, vi Clarence VUrlflin .
dynamite bombings of freight enforcement of the standards. If civil. 1 ertlon, 0100.Aee.claea .. ..
Debated Dlncouni Corp ete v
I Says lie's 'Grateful'The trams In North Miami Beach state legislatures balked, cit. Donald Oar ft ux civil ecllim.

73 year old gambler- and New Smyrna Beach. zens could sue In federal courts The United States was evidently A.IJJ>o
racketeer said he was "gratefulto Request Raise The court, through Injunction, holding to its demand .,. ai77 .5. civilaie ecuon dam-
the great American Supreme could forbid congressional elections that Panama re-establish diplomatic Robert Roberta C, and Farb Thomas vi, O.T.: McKuar K Andernor. elvUaction )
WITH 08THO. Court" that halted government The 1,300 members of the non- by districts in states guiltyof relations, severed Jan 9, ...,n..... 1120.
operating unions employed by districts and further M...'... Licenaea
moves to send him back to his malapportioned as a prerequisite to con- .
I native Italy. the railroad struck Jan 23, 1963. order candidates for Congress to versations. Panama wants the RoE I.tamer Re l'ur I''af.: ; Tam end

I "I always thought myself an after the railroad said It could run at large until there was redistricting United States to agree to renegotiate Darrlrl Hilton FhUllpa. II. Auburndale' .
not grant their request for 10.28 the 1903 Panama Canal ..nAleM.L.kerOo.l LrnelK atmlth M
3 American, and I am, he add- _. _
cent an hour raise.
ed.The The unions said they can't afford -
Give your citrus a shot in the arm with ORTHOCIDE 50 Wettable I court decision showed to settle for less than the
that his
gambler's luck was still national pattern of 10.22 cents

ORTHOCIDE 50 Sticker is bloom that works going strong. added to hourly pay of 1242 aA
plus Spray
a poat- spray | The government had sought:This was accepted by 190 ClassI

two ways. It cleans up early melanose and scab. And it actually invigorates deportation Costello was on an the alien ground twice con that of railroads a National In Emergency 1962 on the Board basis

victed of crimes. The high court recommendation.
ORTHOCIDE treated down feeder
.. trees. put longer ruled that the convictions oc The railroad has been operat- z
curved before he lost his citizen ing with supervisory employes
make better of stored fuller and
roots, use carbohydrates.Foliage gets ship in 1959 for having obtained and trainees. I carries only

greener. You get a better fruit set. A bigger yield of top-grade citrus. III I by_fraud._ _h ___ _._...=_. .__ freight. ----- -----

Combine ORTHOCIDE 50 with Spray Sticker and you get these

benefits in any weather. It won't wash off in the rain. It's compat RUPTUREDFREE

ible with other pesticides. And

.: i oaro'' k it's gentle. In short, it's the post DEMONSTRATION
OR1H0 ii
o. i e.' .....UM"TIC..R..IO... the Mi.nt.f.e centre! rev reduc,kle In.
bloom way to a better yield andSTICKER' !ulna hernia NO eti.T 0) NO OTMAP e NO ." N WA.
( PROOF eM RUSTrROOewarn and apwev** > oeeter" OWe
bigger profits. Try it. LA K(I AND, HOURt 10 A M. 'TOL I r.M7

sTRasGuLaTow. eoN OCCU. "T aNY Tae WITH
AN IM".O""LY MUD 515515YoO

ew. IL Ie "urieir" te In"le NATieIIPFNRIomdHOTEL
"Helping the World Crow Be"e, with
lonlo0 ''Oft-'h. ea WofnTn't* 'h. .nd u dul N/. .Uh
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P.O.s.71M1.0.0. .Iwr
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I POLK TAX ASSESSOR HONORED Path, Ceunf, Tee Au.i..r James L. Rodin, left, cceprs
en au.....1C4Uo eue emernne we wuno i eiroal ml. ...............-..----wnaw wlnw ABBOTT SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. e certificate naming dim If64 itere chairmen et the Internotieiiel Aitocietien Assessing OfficerPreMntinf *.

127 N. Dearborn Suite Cll, Chic..! 2, III. Phone T2 .3I21 [ the tertificite It Comer Davis. or St. P.t."".... a part reiljint of the nehenel erfenlierien .
j which kti roiiivierelf 1,100 members.. (Loafer. ,h.'. be Srvort).

.. For Florida Symphony


t, Children's Concert Announced

The program for the Florida third through sixth graders at Magic Fire Music (from the

Symphony Orchestra Youth Webster Avenue, North Lake opera "Die Valkyrie") .
Concerts tomorrow at Brans- land John Cox, Lime Street, Richard
comb Memorial Auditorium Cleveland Court and Dixieland
has been1' announced.The Elementary Schools. Rodeo Suite (Two Excerpts

t two concerti the first It has been suggested that ) Aaron Copland
at 10 a.m.. the last at 1:30: students wear their "Sunday 1. Buckaroo Holiday. 2. Sat
pm., are sponsored by the clothes" or make an effort to urday Night Waltz W
Junior Welfare League. look especially nice 'in defer- Pop) Goes The Weasel, variations
t r Children In grades three ence to the occasion. on a theme Arr. a
through six at Combee, Me The program Is as follows: Lucien Cailhet. ,
dulla, Crystal Lake, Palmore, Carmen Overture. .Georges Hungarian Dances No. 5and
, ( Southwest Elementary and Bizet 6 Johannes Brahma
Central Avenue Schools will Symphony No. 4 In A Rackoccy March from : : :; Announcing
ii attend the first concert. The (First Movement) Felix "Damnation of Faust" ? 'c rn yy 1 f Lec:1t
last will be
concert attended bye Mendelssohn. Hector Berlioz. The First
A Avahr

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LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday, Feb. 18. 1944 7

-I New Residents 4q To Be Published By The
Man Should Ease Into

. New Exercise Programexercise. Valentine Party I:! .! ; ( LAKELAND LEDGER

Slated FridayNew :: Saturday, March 28thIT'S
Residents Club will
Poor condition can slip up on have a Valentine party Friday TIME WE TOLD

men just as it can on women. at I pm. at the Magnolia ,k q 4C
This /fs certain to happen if Building Civic Center ; THE WORLD ABOUT
the man's work Is sedentary 'H Mrs. William Suet president, ,
and he makes no serious effort will preside at the business

to compensate for the session. sit
lack of exercise. He may be A 4 yf Tallies and decorations are f POLK COUNTY'SDECISION

suddenly surprised and ap- It being made by Mrs. H. J. r lti
palled by his rapid fatigue and 4 Donnan, chairman, assistedby
breathlessness when faced Mrs. Joseph Grasso, Mrs, r TO
with some Job or test which M. N. Allmendinger, Mrs.
requires physical stamina. H. B. Case Mrs. M. Davidson
Mrs. R. C. Eyerly, Mrs
Since number
men are one
candidates for heart attacks, Bernice Grieve, Mrs Madge GO AHEAD !
Olsen, Mrs. C. Owens and
and since the leading special
Mrs. N. H. Shuttleworth. FOR SPRING EVENINGS-This chalk white evening gown
ists feel that exercise Is so of Ecuador cloth, with mock bolero bodice detailed with chan jn.

Important In avoiding them, It Polk delier fringe, is from Ben Relg's spring collection. Send Copies, of The
seems really vital that men County
should exercise regularly. Credit WomenSet Patricia Snapp When you oven-bake Individual .,

Heart Disease custards In a pan of hot Progress Edition

Heart disease accounts for .M I MeetingCredit To Be HonoredMiss water, see that the custard To Your Friends.Let's .

6 more than 30 per cent of all Women's Club of Polk cups do not touch one anotherAGENCY "Brog-A-Llrtle" About Polk.J2 .
deaths in the United States R County will meet tonight at Patricia Snapp, bride- .1assoeaatl'

The, average age for a heart 8:30: o'clock at the Elk's Club elect of Douglas Goble, will &SWI
.. attack is 55. However, more 9 banquet room. Mrs Ann be honored at a shower tonight loans t. EACH
and more men In the youngerage Jones, president, will preside. at 7:30: o'clock at First EW1J) '& COPY
groups are becoming vic Mrs Carol Jean Ledford, > ,, "
tims. Federal community room, ; ENCLOSED
secretary, will Introduce Al- 4
An exercise program should fred R. And, who will speak downtown. 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE. !: Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A
be begun with care. If a man's 1 +, on "Credit. Hostesses for the party will PH. 6824141Ivt t:; ie'"
exercise has consisted of a little Mrs Eloise Ray will make a be Mrs C. W. Rogers and i THE LAKELAND LEDGER COLORFULWRAPPER
occasional Mrs. W. E. Rogers.A Representing
fishing and an report on the rummage sale
Amerlce.1 ;
game of golf on weekends, this Saturday on Pine Street, which color scheme of tangerineand O** ;; ;,, ,, P. O. BOX 408
has not been enough and he starts at 7:30: am. white will be used. Fire Ceiuolty C* I Corner of Missouri fir Lime

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booklet and a stamped, self-
How about your arms and addressed envelope with your ,a + AnywhereIn
shoulders? Do this one. Stand request for it to Josephine a I CITY STAY!
tall with your arms hanging at Lowman in care of The Ledger 3 i ; . . . I the
aides. Take a weight in each a ,
hand. Bend the elbows, touch Tomorrow: "Men Find Exercising r 13 U.S.
ing the weights to the shoulders. More Fun When They HAM'

Stretch the arms up- Use Gadgets. v Elm or

Exchange Students To a 11 13 ADDRESS CanadaORDER

I J y ; CITY STAn Jt

Present Pilot Proaram El OUt a a i7Pi : .,, r.:. .. . . .

S The new quick recovery electric woter
Emphasis will be placed on ling Kim of Seoul, Korea, for a NAME YOURS
hester keep hot water for use
on top your
the "Importance of Good In the Rubye Newhall Scholarship a
ternational Relations" in a that Is awarded by Pilot > > round the clock. ,
panel discussion at a program International. He has receivedthis : Thanks to the outomotic controls on your }
of the Pilot Club of award for the three
e'etcric' water heater, you lust turn o foucet '' .
Lakeland Thursday at 8:30: years. If he receives It this I a ttka CITY STAn
p.m. at the Cadet Restaurant. year he will complete his and hot water's there a t. . . . .
Mrs. Norma Warren guidance fourth year in medical school See your electric appliance, dealer about a a

counselor at Lakeland of University of Miami. Mr. I:] new quick recovery electric woter heater
High School, will moderate the Kim plans on returning to his live better electrically NAME
E:] and begin' to
panel composed of four exchange
native country as a medical
students, who are missionary. He is the second El: i ADDRESS '.wwnp': % }i
Christiana Vander Borgt of student recommended by the I:]
Belgium, student at Lakeland Lakeland Club to receive this E:
High School; Vera Egito of International scholarship a ne: CITY STATE
Brazil, student at Kathleen Club members are invited to m AGAIN IN FEBRUARY! a :s})
High School; Gisela Pfan-
bring guests, especially friends
El: a
nenstiel of Germany, studentat
or relatives from other coun
Florida Southern College; tries. Reservations are to be D: $30.00 Installation Allowance During February When You Change a
and Frank Eisenschenk of
Winter Haven, attending Flor made in advance with Miss m from a Flame Type to Electric. a a
Alax Bradley, MU 26859.
ida Southern College, Amer Dinner Meet IJ $10.00 Installation Allowance During February If You Replace
ican exchange student to i r utits x
Germany last year Mrs. Roy S. Bell, president, IJ Your Old Electric With A Newer Electric Model.
will preside at the dinner
Panel Guests IJ a '
and Introduce visiting 'SJ fJM MM
meeting ,
Mrs. Virginia Point, chair Pilots from Plant City, Bartow E That's right! Your Dept ,of Electric & Water Utilltiei, will, pay you $30.00 Initollo- a <
of education and Inter
man national relations, will introduce and Winter Haven, and other EJ floes allowance during February If you replace your old dome-type water heater with a BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED -

the panel guests. She guests. EI a new 30-Volt Automatic Electric Water Heater Or you con replace your old electric a
Mrs. Bell will\ take reservations IN THIS GIANT COLORFUL INFORMATIVE
will be asSisted in arrangements DD heater with o new 230-Volt Automatic, Electric Woter Heater and receive a '
for the Area School of
by committee members, Instruction to be held at 10 $1000 installation allowance.S s EDITION THAT WILL TELL r '
Mrs. Louise
Mrs. Janet Scott I
Pippin Dr. Juliana Jordan a.m.. Feb. 29. at the Girls ClubIn and E .. your Electric Appliance Dealer select the size you need. H. will tend a sofa a THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTY

Mrs. Edith Nardl and Miss Tampa, 27th Avenue certificate, to us end our Customer Service Engineer will check the installation, Then a _JL
16th Street. Mrs. Gent Dodd, LU: IN WORDS,
Edna Houghton. you will recelve-yrur installation allowance check by mail'" That's all there li to It.
a past president of District 13
will Include
flags Decorations from other countries and Four Pilot International, will\ U Make the change to a New ELECTRIC WATER HEATER in February) a PICTURES and ADVERTISING! l.

patriotic emblems. The menu be dean of the school. Mrs. DEPARTMENT OF 13
foods from other Bell will make reservations for a
countries. this event on Thursday. Electric & Water Utilities 13tottW NOTE: To hove your firm represented

Mrs. Point will have American The nominating committee 8 ElQ in this issue call I
flags for sale at the meet composed of Mrs. J. W. Mel. CITY OF LAKELAND E
ing. Pilot goal is "An American ton, Mrs. G. G. Etheridge. Bob Powell at 6861151Program.
FUg in Every Home." Mrs. T. M. Johns, Mrs Dan
Fourth Year Bishop and Mrs. Point will
Through Mrs. Point and her present a alate of officers for r / / /f r /
committee the Lakeland Club the 1964-45 year at the March
fca* recommended CbyungMy- 5 business meeting. I i



8 LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday Feb Id, 1H4

Paris Styles For Those Who Think Yours Lake Wales Club

I Calendar ListedLAKE

By ROSETTE HARGROVE DIOR'S collection by Marc are the brief embroidered

Newspaper Enterprise Atsn, Bohan showed clothes for bodice with i slender skirt
WALES A buffet He was assisted by Fred
women who would never confess and the full, swinging gypsy
PARIS (NEA) "Accenton
dinner, Oriental In flavor and Smith Mrs Leslie Worrell,
to being a day over 40 dress. A group of charming
youth" Is the keynote of
prepared by members of the Mrs Smith, Mrs Allen and
Daytime hemlines cover the debutante gowns reminiscentof
Paris designer collectionsfor
n'S American Association of University Mrs Helen Hudson I
kneecap. Suits are jaunty, Gainesborough were de-
Is ele
spring But it an
Women, and I talk on Mrs William H Brown Jr
i feminine reminiscent with brief, semifixed jackets lightfully fresh and new.
gent youth,
India by Mrs. H. G. Allen, and Arden Colbert sang, accompanied '
the waist and
of the '30s far fastening at CHANEL naturally retains
I cry ,
-traveled wife of by Mrs V. A
? widely I retired
from the world of the bobbysoxer long, slim sleeves Skirts her easy, relaxed and Intense .
minister, will be highlights Sims
with wide flat I
swing pleats or ly feminine line. New from
of the American Association Other officers Installed were '
all around I'
killing. Is double. I
her this
: There was no one particul Coats tubular redingotes season a I of University Women'aInternational Mrs. F. A, Smith Jr? associate
lar silhouette, but all the are or triple-tiered skirt with a
Dinner tonight in matron; Houston Norton,
unfitted and
I straight hint of flare, teamed with
[ clothes were young looking. semi-full. There are also half I the social hall of the First associate patron, Mrs Irene t
matador Her colors
I jacket.
The booted and capped sportive
suits Methodist Church Begg, conductress; Miss Ruby
coats to wear over
would melt In mouth
look Is dead and the Mile your
The dinner dresses fall to Mrs Allen traveled with her Barbee, associate conductress
Soft pinks, blues, yellows,
boy look on the out. The
way just above the ankle Formal sometimes all three combinedin t husband who was formerly Mrs. Oyde Norton, treasurer;
gentle young woman is back. Mrs. J. R. Wilson
gowns are slightly longer or tweed and etched In black superintendent of the Junalu- secretary;
Skirts j Just covered the else very short. The general vied with her usual numbersIn ska Methodist Assembly In Mr. Allen, chaplain; Mrs

knees. Killed pleated and trend Is a high-busted, slender accented with scarlet North Carolina and has servedas Loda Skinner, marshal; Mrs
flared, they flirted their way line and daring decolletes navy chaplain on cruise ships J. S. Gordy, organist, Mrs.

through every collection. There wasn't a floral printIn BALMAIN creates for the Mrs Roger Kenney Is chair- Jim Baker. Adah; Mrs. Houston
The shape is back. Shouldersare the entire collection. In. sophisticated set who look for of the committee Norton, Ruth; Mrs J. K
and man prepareIng
natural and the natural stead, there were bold plaidsor exquisite workmanship Perdue, Martha; Mrs Sam
the dinner and Mrs. Edward
line In their clothes. He shows
waistline Is lightly (not tight trellis designs IIti Is Keen, Elects; Mrs G G
Milner assisting
ly) accented many princess or near-shifts. Crosby, warder, and G G.
GCRARD PIPART, at 30 Table decorations with an Oriental
Suit jackets were either ST. LAURENT completely
Crosby, sentinel
the newcomer to the will be
youngest theme suppliedby
brief and fitted, cardigans or departed from the sportive
Mr and Mrs. C. P. Welborn,
ranks of Paris high fashion, R. Jr and
Mrs A Updike
blazers. All had long slender his signature In the past. His retiring worthy and
showed I collection for Nina Robert patron
e her committee Mrs
sleeves suits, with pleated skirts, had t
Ricci which was beamed at his Combs and Mrs. Milner are worthy matron, were present.
Sleeves were Important in generation. His coats were I girlish look. Hip-length ed pins by Mr and Mrs. J. R
all the collections-cap, long double.breasted jackets were ticket chairmen.
Wilson and Mr, and Mrs.
bloused and double-
slightly local AAUW
Members of the
and kimono. And necklines worn with flat crowned, Kuklch
for daytime clothes feature breasted, often belted. square.brimmed hats and big have chosen "Occident and Mrs Guklch's Camilla .
wide collars and long lapels, His evening line Includedone bows worn on the bare neck. Orient" as their main topic
her with
sometimes extending to the of the most daring long His evening dresses put for study this year. presented a
bouquet of red roses from the
waist evening fashions shown I women In "cages" loose
chapter Her sons, Michael
Colors for daytime are as wide triangle cut out under sheer tunics over slim under
delicate as soap bubbles. Pink either arm, clear down to the dresses. One group of evening Order Eastern Star and Robert presented a white
gavel, a gift from her family.
Is the favorite, but there Is a waist on a long, slinky black dresses was "country style"
WALES Mr and
wide range of pale yellows, crepe dress Provencal patterned cotton THE LINE FOR 14: Yes, the woman is back. And here In these sketches she stands trim LAKE -

greens and blues. Navy is chic JULES CRAHAY, produced floor.length skirts were worn and acknowledged. Mrs Melvin Gukich were and Installed Highlands CampersLAKE
once again highlighted with a sumptuous collection In his with solid-colored shirts and as worthy matron
of Lake Wales
white or scarlet first year with Lanvin His triangle head scarves pattern. worthy patron WALES The Highlands .
For evening, necklines are favorite theme for daytime ed like the skirts Chapter No 107, Order of the Campers of Lake Wales

wide, plunging and daring. suits Is the battle Jacket with PIERRE CARDIN is the one Eastern Star, In the Masonic will be host to the Florida

And a new length was shown drawstring hem designer this season who the couture scene an eve. to disguise her navel with soft, feminine styles of the Temple Family Campers, a statewide

for the dinner dress Just Crahay goes all-out In his doesn't believe In sort elegance ning dress that had a V slash putty. But this makes conversation other couturies will set the Marvin Allen, past grand organization, for a three-day

above the ankle. evening gowns His favorites He had the startler of ed so low that the model had not fashion, and the trend for spring. -patron. was installing officer campout In Highlands Ham-

mnrk Slate Park-... Friday
through Sunday:

State park movies will be

shown Friday night. Saturday
SHOP WEDNESDAY 'TIL 5:30: P.M., FRIDAY AND MONDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND night, the teenagers will have

a dance, while the adults see

slides of Disneyland, Yose-
mite and Yellowstone National

I III' Parks, Mt. Rainier and oth

er western attractions as they
I II' I 1 Sit around the campfire. Cof

fee will be served at intermission

''I'Ik Sunday, morning, campers ,' ,

I may attend services in Sebriog
churches or the service at the

I Iii camp.All campers are welcometo

11 I il ISw join the group, whether
they are members of Florida

Family Campers or not.

I J 1 Polk Avenue PTA

1 i i4 LAKE WALES A "Book

II ( lt I Fair" will be held at Polk

il i ; I Avenue Elementary School In

-4 I connection with the Parent-
11\1 Teacher Association program

\ tonight The program will begin tJ

S I at 8 o'clock, following a
h hI half-hour "open house" when

I the teachers will be In their
11 11I classrooms to receive parents

I ?wfJ Miss Esther Longcor, J librarian (.

J I Ii at the Lake Wales

t I Ii and Mrs. Alice
i Public Library, .
'I Crews school librarian, will

speak at the meeting.
I kI Y The books will be displayed

at the school Wednesday,

I l \ Thursday and Friday so that
I I \ ; r- i l r { the children will have an opportunity

.'f ;. 7 f'T \\1 to examine them.

A list of the books, including
prices, will be sent home with

the children in order for parents

to make selections if they

11 11I wish.Lakeland,

I t I Polk County

I a rw II
Date Book

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two famous stretch strap bras hop into fashion Exquisite Form's H .Lo Witchery" mesons UNO".1 I ItIUIC"N pm a. Cousv.(000 Do'..
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Warners and Lily of France! Schrank "Bunny Shifts!" for wired bra fit and separation! W P5LLOWe.NOla ..1. pm 0"01"ii'oAV I Hall.0. ODD-113.

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comfort fit. straps never slip, buckles never season-THE BUNNY SHIFT''-great for beach or you fit and separation with soft bra comfort of span- Pm a' .Iubho.CITY WOMAK's... CLVS .

bite! Warners stretch strop bra of Lycra spandex patio, coffee to curfew! Right: white terry with red dex elastic!' Never pokes never confines just C1ATON DALI C."N.OII dlnnor, "M"no.LUMNI and 5550 on.nual ..
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with plunge front, 5.95 Lily of France "Lil-Ease" poppy embroidery; : gingham Florid{
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32.40 C 32.42
check in pink blue S M L 6.00 Left: embroidered White embroidered cotton cups. B b.' H"hland c" HaihodUl Cow inWe
BanLon or .
stretch strap in new lace with stretch shoulder ; t I JO pjn al Uit ehurcn.
3.50; D3244..5.00 Nylon white lace B 32.
strops supporting each bust individually solid I pink and I lilac with white; S-M-L .
42 5.00; D 32.44 695. King, Queen

white 5.00 Both In white; A 32.36, B 32-38, C 600.
Are CrownedThe
32-40. I Maas' Fashion Foundations

Maas' Llngerl.Maas' Rev. B. G Brown and

Miss Hattie B. Marks were
Fashion Foundations
crowned king and queen at

Church' annual Sweetheart

I church dining hall.

l The king was presented with

l a boutonniere and the queen
I with a corsage



... .'

Lake Wales LAKELAND LEDGER,_Tuesday Feb..18, 1M4 .

Weddings Announced Bert Lahr Is Star Of Hilarious New Musical Comedy I

LAKE WALES Mr and Edwards-Locke By HOWARD TAUBMAN pone. As Foxy, an old prospector when he tells them grandly, Anyone who has not had lows of the loosely assembled tight for this type of musical.

Mr Maynard Jordan of Winter LAKE WALES Mr. and JCrta fork these who has a score to "get yourself some chocolate.covered enough of the Lahr comic routines musical. The lyrics by Johnny Robert Randolph's set are

Haven have announced the Mrs. Walter Harry Edwards of NEW YORK-If you admire even with a trio of greedy blubber." lit the decades that they Mercer are often bright, and colorful and peripatetic In the
engagement of their daughter. Golfvlew pals, he cheerAilly/ blunt the When laITY Blyden, who as Robert Emmett Dolan's tunes modern fashion, and Robert
Park have announcedthe Bert Lahr-and It's un-hmerl
have brightened the the.terwill
Terry Ann to A.J.C.
Jerry E. edge of Jonson's Irony and Doc Is the slick Yukon equivalent are bouncing and graceful a Fletcher's costumes are prop.
engagement of their can not to, know"Foxy"is
Anderson, ion of Mr you relish the old and the
and Mn. new
daughter Emma Pauline to for you. gives us something lovablycrafty of Johnson's Mosca. master way that reminds one of the erly garish.
E. E. Anderson of Lake Walei. In Its place. arranged for "Foxy Lahr in self-assured twenties. Like its hearty ancestors of
Miss A.3.C Floyd L. Locke Jr, son The new musical comedy of chicanery warns the
Jordan, a native of of Mr and Mrs. Floyd L. which arrived Sunday night at It Is bard to believe that this crowd in the saloon that Foxy nightdress and nightcap, slow Carhryn Damon, who Is going several decades ago "Foxy"

Augusta Lake Maine Is a graduateof Locke of Davenport, the Zlegfeld theater, has the Foxy is up to no good. His II given to fits Lahr offers a ly but not quietly dwindling on to be a big name In the Is neither fancy nor arty It

and Wales High School Miss Edwards Is attending boisterous heartiness and good honestly plain face Is wreathedIn heartrending exhibition I of his bed of pain, is a constant musical theater Is strikingly does not fret over refinementsof
of Webber
College here Lake Wales High School. Airman humor of a production of the generous crinkles His expression heaving eye-rolling and froth. Invitation to laughter. Givenan black-sheathed and diverting. plot and characterization
I the majored In secretarial Locke, a graduate of twenties And It has gone a seems one of permanent Ing at the mouth Worried that Injection with a hypoderic ly earthy as the tough ownerof but It wears its crudities witha

chairman science and business She was Hames City High School Is lot farther back-all the wayto bafflement until those Foxy Is overdoing, Doc nutters of brandy and asked solicitously a saloon. With the ensemble grin and has delightful professional

of vespers at Webber stationed at Craig Air Force Ben Jonson-for its theme eyes look at you with candid "enough but the old "how do you feel?", Lahr of gaudy girls and eager Gusto. And can one

I Base, Selma, Ala for It Is based roughly on knavery Carried Into Bran ham-and how Lahr handles can do wonders with the reply prospectors, she lines out the ask for more In this vale of
The prospective bridegroom The wedding will take place "Volpone. dy's saloon In a huge white this bit-skewers him with a "like a little soda." spirited "Rollin' In Gold" crises than to have Bert Lahr

was born in Columbus, Ohio June 2 at Loughman Baptist Like the musicals of the bearskin coat, he gives his glare and retorts "Leave me There are other good things With Blyden she is winningIn back on stage mugging
He too is a graduate of Lake Church. twenties, "Foxy" tends to be esklmo bearer, a big tip and alone, I have a helluva finish." In "Foxy" and with Lahr they "Larceny and Love" and shamelessly or being as delicate
Wales High School. He Is a ramshackle. Its romantic sounds like magnanimity itself And he has. carry one safety over the shal- both accompany the smooth as a viscount at an unexpectedly .
theitno-nuclear weapons specialist theme Is handled tune with relaxed hoofing full rowdy lawn party?
serving with the U.S. Air Lasseter-Hall casually -
of oldfashloned charm - --
What It Is concerned
with Is
Force: in Germany.The LAKE WALES Announcement Julienne Marie and John
high spirits and laughter and
wedding will take placeat has been made of the
Davidson also evoke a nostalgic MATHER
the and vitality of the
Spandghlem Air Force: marriage of Mrs Lenora Hall pace mood In the romantic
productions provide the first
Base, Germany, during the to Henry Lasseter Feb. I at and Lahr takes fine care of "Talk to Me Baby," as she FURNITUREOPEN
summer the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. does alone with "Run Run,
the second. A ramshackle
E. McMullen on the Bartow Run, Cinderella" Gerald
structure doesn't him,
Road. for he has knack of Hiken Robert H. Harris and
a happy
Watson-Mathews The ceremony was performed turning disorder into chaos l Edward Greenhalgh are capital .
by the Rev. Jasper as the greedy friends
and making both hilarious. r
LAKE WALES Mr. and Wine. : Foxy seeks to bring to judgment
In the book written by Ian Anniversary Salt
Mrs Rudolph Watson of Timberland The couple will make their 1 .
McLellan Hunter and IN
Road, Lake home in Golfview
Pierce Park Lake Robert Lewis's staging and
Lardner Jr. Lahr is
have announced the engagement Wales a gold. Jack Cole's handling of the Fri. Feb. 21st
rush Yukon version of Vol.
of their ---- --- -- ---- --- ,
daughter Janet musical numbers have the
--- ---- -
to Russel Van Mathews, son of Parents Teachers d Ae raucous good cheer that Is
Mr. and Mrs W. W Mathews Roast Beef

of Miss Winter Watson Haven attended Lake Of Day Nursery Dinner To Be
Wales, High School. The prospective Slate Meeting aw REBUILD To" MATTRESS

bridegroom is a graduate ServecThursday
of Winter Haven High Parents and teachers of .
School and has served three Lakeland Day Nursery and Woman's Society of Chris. ,.. WI CAN ftEMAKI YOU OLD MAT.
'. '
Kindergarten will meet tonight tian Service of Metho- W
years In the U.S. Navy. Trinity p '" .,
Plans will be announced.JonesConnelly. at S o'clock at the nursery dist Church will serve a roast I + JNn y b pt6 f '< .. "" PRICE
William Hitt president beef supper from S to T p.m. 1 :!.!'

will preside on Thursday at the church.
R.bWr .
W. Sail torn BaMtof r
Olen Raiford retired fromU. Circle 2, Miss Anna Anderson FIRESTONE .,,4 WYNN REST ltd-
S. Air Force after 21 chairman, will preparethe k dine aids In ..r OWN factory-
LAKE WALES Mr. and years will speak. He Is a meal with members of the
graduate of Florida Southern peoples '.H.B. 8. P...M.-IASY TERMS
Mrs. servingas
Gene Connelly have an young groups
College and has for
nounced the marriage of their waitresses. I
daughter, Virginia to II. E. the past five years at Bartow The dinner Is open to the WYNN MATTRESS

(Sonny) Jones, son of Mr. and, Junior High School. public. Proceeds are to be comao'lan lire Lahr tmgi hit wife, MIIoI..", 'left end 4 uhttr J.... .. "W'. .t the
Mrs Charles C. Jones Mr. Raiford Is a member of used for the society's missionary Zitsfl.U Thtarar I I.* New Y.rk City after the a*-nini al the new mvdcal "" *," .In which ht 1427 New AuburndoU Hwy.. MU 3-4932
The marriage took place County Education Association and other church projects. (titan with Itrry Blydt. .
has a life membership .
-- -- - -
Feb. 6 in Folkston, Ga. in the National Education I

A reception honoring the Association, and is a memberof .
couple was given Saturday Polk County Classroom \

night at the home of thebride's Teacher's Association and $WEDNESDAY 'TIL 5:30 P.M., FRIDAY AND MONDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND

parents. ____ board of directors for Florida ,
Correctional Education Association

LHS Classes He was Instructor at
the division of CorrectionalRoad

. Of '44 Plan Prison In. Bartow for

June ReunionA four The years musical portion of the

program will be presented by \I/II / rjy
reunion of the Februaryand the kindergarten children under
June 1944 graduating the direction of Mrs. Luis

classes at Lakeland High Belle Hitkerson.

School Is being planned earlyIn
June by a committee head Catholic WomenTo I / our famous

ed by Mrs. S. J. Benign of

Sarasota, the former Carol Have Social faille coat .

Moses. ( Ii)

Mrs. Benigno said addresses Meet TomorrowA ._
of members of the class are .IOU' lit new
play entitled, "The Inner Gas y
needed in order that they may tS'prftifj ("olorsrIOe9U
be contacted with details/ of Circle Fans the Breeze," will :
the planned reunion. Persons be presented at the social :

knowing the whereabouts of meeting of the Catholic Wom R."

any member or members of an's Club tomorrow night at
the class are asked to mail St. Joseph's parish hall fol.

this Information to her at lowing Lenten services at the nb7IIf rI u, R ,li,4 LIITpv, Your favorite "anytime" coot

2602 Nancy St, Sarasota. She church.
II makes a Spring bow in delightful
also needs the graduation Mrs Robert Mazurek program

program for the February chairman, has announced ; y ,. .1u new colors' Black, navy,
commencement exercises.She the cast as follows, ( '
said the reunion will be Mrs James McCall, Mrs Bernard I'', ', L/wl./ al +I red beige or turquoise with

Lakeland and will take the Palmer Mrs Roger "
Great styling at
form of a dinner dance. Husbands Seattle I Mrs. Walter Du paisley lining.

and wives of class mem Charme and Mrs. Joe MarI- h such a very I little price! 618.
ben .will also be welcome, naro. ;.
she added. President. Mrs. Warren W.
Baker will call for the final I q ( Ii, Ic Maas Coals

report of the fashion show and
Newcomers Club card party held recently from V'

Mrs. Clyde Olson, chairman.
Receives Three Mrs. Philip Buccl vice president

will report on the deanery .
New Members
board meeting the officers
Mrs E. B Sims, Mrs. G. E Hostesses will be Mrs. L. W.

Joseph and Miss Ruth Hen. Harris Mrs Otto Skokan and
ning were Introduced as new Mrs. Eugene Sullivan.
members of the Newcomers I
Club at the meeting held at fQ

Center the Magnolia, Building, Civic tBiJdJrLIAKELAND springing leads with < b ;t; a, j y'J.1 1 1

Winners at cards were: Mrs. Irish linen! '
Joseph Roberts, Mrs. J. C. pure .fi '
Summers Mrs. W. G. Musch-
ler and Mrs R. G. Grassheld. Reynolds Mr and, Route Mrs 3,Wayne daughter N. note III 11 print box !'' ''{y L* 1; I' f

bridge; and ,Mrs Alma Feb 14. (rotor
and Mrs Ben Crume.
Logan Mr and Mrs Lawrence

canasta. Barnes, Mulberry daughter 12.011
Chairman for the Feb 28 Feb. 14.
meeting will be Mrs P B Mr and Mrs. Claude Car. by Arthur Originals I I ,(, If Iron -

Hill roll. Avon Park son, Feb. 14. 4i1 I j
;I | JMftfnf* a a .
Mr. and Mrs. William Read Here is your freshest Spring I s; '

Gloriosa CircleSchedules 706 Glendale daughter, Feb. look our faultless Imported t 4e r I ;' ,
14 linen! sheath In the clear ,".'f at least wear

Meet Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pars. bright colon linen loves. And *

die 1402 St. Feb. You'll want several of NA' l ; Dutch
Gloriosa circle of the Garden Elgin son you i 'r r r i Boy pants
14 these mood making colors :
Club of Lakeland Inc,
meet tomorrow at t p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. Robert W black creme aqua, garnet, 'r'ef'. ray:. by Lorcn !

the home of Mrs Charles H. Shuman Jr, Plant City son mimosa yellow, cockatoo pink, t' 4.

Pope, 406 Patten Heights. Jack Feb. 14. como blue wisteria onyx bikini (, + /4 +I 4' r .'.ti,: Y'R
Mr. and Mrs William ,
Gardens Harrell will Ready speak for on Spring."Getting" son Godfrey Feb.127 14. E. Beacon Road Ray -128.lue and pimpernel red L// ,r'', .:; "' ;; '1.0atae.l2.20 '

Mr. and Mrs. James Hun i
i Maas' Midtown j ? 33-44
ter, Winter Haven, son, leb 7
I Religious Groups'Meeting 14.Mr. J

Calendar and Mrs Jimmie Pate. NONE LAKELAND MU CI.'UI ; Or do chores shop garden .
421 E. Morgan son, Feb. IS 1
Mr. and Mrs. William F. )t fish? Remember,
....'1.. ros TNa .Y-Po. a Watson 208"4! W Magnolia : MARS"JANE LfE"HERS' c ,i; ',,j t ii +t you're being constantly watched -
hrlplul of iriwlit.Uon -
and "wor:.Iil a. anr hour at Inaar lon, Feb. 13 LAKELAND, FLORIDA -1J/; So be smart, bright, comfortable
'ar nlfbl Dial aU4111TOPA Mr. and Mrs Freddie K.

Taylor Dover, son Feb. 15. NAME . . . . . relaxed and all cotton
APOSTOLIC PIPLI aCMOOL. DM Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. practical in our pedal pushers.
t .Mnuorial mCOMNUNITY. *!.il.. onut clauai tit Mullen, 1818 E. Smithfield I ADDRESS . . . . The leg line's wide and little

at hona of.AI.,eLl.. HalUa CLASS Miller 730tin : Circle son Feb. 16. CASH . CHARGE . . boyish bottomless pockets!
5 JohDMBCMItltr Mr. and Mrs. James D. De- tf l oddress
pl.o. giv deliv.ry
LUTMKNAM, adult tatfor- : : Navy, beige, cornsilk. 12.20
it Ramus 823 E. Palmetto ,tnlcruraN, .{.
eo.A iLumaaaw.Altar Guild daughter. Feb. K PLEASE sand Rli the following me. 4.00, 38.44 5.00
.i..,.... (:50 an. Mr. and Mrs Robert L. chondi.. Add J% State Sofia ToIC.ii .

WIDNSSOAVArotTOLIC Giddens. 1042 N. Vermont, tam Duantll 'Color Criiia,'_. tnt 1
PIPLS SCHOOL 1772sled. son, Feb. It -I I 1.1
t Mmnorlal' .. mint cla.... at aars/i
Mr and Mrs. Roy Haley, ''-' Maas' Sportswear,
eJnHTIAH COMMITTII Bonn.".,at...cost.. MSN'S.Hutau- Route 2, daughter Feb. 16

... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fry.
"CM,,I.T IOTH M araanum ,
C'I'lh":'' ,. at J.3O n. at err 1109 Woodland, son Feb.
R.r W arnaUehl.
2614 Mnrth. 16 0.s. 2.S D.N. H. 117
PI.. :V1TI M nxarlplii" ofChruit
<.Cl.l mount at 7 30 p mto .
mike up calendar of bars ..rtestor LAKE WALES HOSPITAL
Ui. camiai aw parUn.a..
rlaaTaMQSTTSntht. famllr Mr and Mrs. Cecil Klncald. FOR CONVENIENCE, USE YOUR MAAS' CHARGE
BUM eoTtrrd dim a t t1 306 Townsend Ave., daughter
D 1P I .thlp feat
7 o.I,,Tn LuUitran ChurchWoman Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Me-
LYTNii Pram .,rHc" 10 Gill, Mountain Lake, daughter
a m Mldw" #k Lntn wv 10 30p
m Bor Scout comm.!.N mmin{ Feb. 6. I




LAKELAND LEDGER, Tuesday Feb II, INC Goldwater Four Negro

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MAN IN THE NEWS Campaign Ministers

I Kindness Said Top Trait Stepped Up Face Trial

Jacksonville Negro ministerswere

il I Of Ruby's. Trial Judge New a Barry busy Hampshire week Goldwater of campaigning today returns to begin for to passing Municipal scheduled charges Court today to arising appear on from tres In

II I I the state't March 10
\ Republican .
their efforts to break color barriers

Jfrtolorfclimf) the district judges to the not care for the fine point of presidential Goldwater primary planned to visit 11 .
When Brant. case Civic and business lead. the law. Four were arrested Monday
Judge Joseph communities
ers In Dallas have been out. "But he' *o very kind," over the next night when they refused to leave
ley Brown began presidingover three days He returns to New
spoken In lamenting the pros. Judge Nancy Cannon, of the the downtown Robert Meyer Ho-
the murder trial of Jack pect of his conducting the Los Angeles municipal bench, Hampshire for a single day of f tel after trying to register They I
i L. Ruby Monday, he set two campaigning his last
trial said last week after watching were booked In city jail and released
I small bottles before him on visit to the Granite State beforehe M 1w
In appearance, the 55 year' Judge Brown at work. 'Per on their own recog
the bench. old judge' gives no clue to the haps kindness I I. the most Important starts his weeklong final .4f( nizances '
One held some capsules to drive on March 2.
reason for their lack of confidence attribute for a judge, <4< Arrested Friday
help him fight off the Horn He dresses quietly; his anyway." The Arizona senator's chief!
ach virus that plagued him gray.white hair is carefully If his earlier Judicial man announced rival In the New g The other four were arrested
last week. The other bottle combed; his eyes gleam with ner was casual, it reflected Hampshire balloting New 5 II Friday when they refused to
contained a headache remedy, humor behind horn.rimmed Judge Brown' attitude toward York Gov Nelson A, Rockefeller leave Morrison' cafeteria after
and few observers would dis, glasses; and his voice Is soft life -planned a news conference seeking service.Among .
puts that Judge Brown has and resonant. In 1931 while he was work. in Albany, N.Y., today. the arrested last Mon ,:
been handed the largest Judi Ing as a railroad rate clerk, Rockefeller goes to New II day was the Rev. J, C Sams, \
rial headache In Dallas his "So Very Kind"Critics he met a friend on a Dallas Hampshire Wednesday for 54, first vice president of the
however, find his street. three days on the campaign First State Convention of
tory.But the judge Is not the only courtroom manner easygoing "He told me he was going trail. : : America and president of the
person discomforted by his assignment to the point of low comedy. down to enroll In night law Other Developments Progressive Baptist State Convention .
through an auto They also contend that he either course at Jefferson University of Florida.
matic rotation system among does not know or does ," the judge said "I went In other developments: The arrests occurred while
with him." Sen. Paul Douglas, D-I1I, said NEW JUNIOR COLLEGE EMPLOY J.N.a I. Horrli lift, roconrty hind director of tech. pickets carried signs outside the
during an Interview at nlcol( end ipoclolliod oducorlo/ far Polk Junior Colics, ll I shown re hi. now kolroody otockod hotel and the nearby cafeteria
Elected A* JP Neb., that he doubted e Llncoln'l i high with work by Dr. F, T Unfortoy, pmidont of the coli.... Harris was on the |lob for protesting segregation
When he was graduatedthree Goldwater or the first tim yotordoy (Lodgor phoro by Stuort).
years later, Joe Brown be the GOP nominee "As of YOUR TICKET TO
__ ran for justice of the peace in this moment the most logical! HIGHEST RAILROAD IMPORTED '
the Oak Cliff section of the candidate: Is former Vice President Charges By Cong Peru claims the distinction of -

city. He was elected and began Richard M Nixon, Douglas having the world highest rail JJ;. .,, : .,., issn < I
ai moving up the judicial said But he added he felt I TOKYO (AP) The Comma the Viet Cong, Radio Peking road operating on a .tandard-
ladder without ever having ac Henry Cabot Lodge would be the'strongest" nlst Liberation Press Agency said more than 1,000 houses and gauge Its railroad climbs about PAM -... CIIIII '

quired or argued a case. candidate ,Viet Cong charged today temples were burned down, and 15,000 feet above sea level. 11.-
'1 h He reached his present postIn Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. "U.S. Imperialism and its lack- more than 300 people were
i 1956, when he unseated a was formally certified as a can eys" made wanton bombingsover killed or wounded,
popular Incumbent didate for the Democratic nom. the Ban Cau area in Tay RESTAURANT FEATURE 1
"I just got out and asked
Ination for the Senate In Ohio. Jinh. Province Feb. 6, of South
Alexander Graham chief
people to vote for me, he recalls He meets Sen. Stephen YoungIn Belt WEDNESDAY
Viet Nam near the Cambodian
inventor of the telephone, was
the May 5 primary Secre
With his hearty handshakeand nary of State Ted W Brown, border born In Edinburgh, Scotland, on SOUTHERN I
unexpectedly gentle mile, himself a candidate for the Re- Quoting a statement Issued by.March 3. 1847
the judge Is a hard man to publican senatorial nomination,
refuse. Miss Candy Barr, a said he was fairly sure" Rep. SAFE DRIVERS INSURANCEYour FRIED I CHICKEN
dancer learned that
striptease Robert Taft Jr'. candidacy for
when she was brought into'the GOP nomination would be record for tho lest S yoort tart tUVIB WITH I VIOirAlLIS,'HOT ROLLS ANVBUTTIR
Judge Brown' court on a narcotics -,certified soon. your car .. which may bo at low at $22.00

charge. Sen. Jacob K Javits, R-N.Y., $2500Year Compact $2200 ALL m
Took Photos plugged Rockefeller's candidacy Car I
In Detroit and said the For 10,000/20.000/S.000 liability Clan 1A A IB Ass 2S-65gom
Invited The judge her into called his chambers a recess,, GOP must adopt "progressiveKilicles" : .:::on rabl. .Kite vino I L *v or.w l II th:r cr liability. ,w,th I'c-=,fluid ana Com{ere O..nnn.rr ntiva. ;>..rimnto .> CAN EATUGGETTTOUCHTON
Mn k* m... Annually. Mml Annually, .r Quarterly,
brought out his camera and and nominate a "pro- Nationwide Generol Insurance Co. \
persuaded her to pose for resslve; candidate"Metallic ot COLUMOUO. OHIO
photographs Although Miss HARVEY A. SMITH AGENCY 1 1 DRUG
Barr remained fully clothed, nickel first was produced 413 S. Florida Are. Phone MU 6-2191.
the Incident did on an industrial scale In I'I
not escape Ivonlngi Phono MU 3097 DOWNTOWH fc SOUTHGATI
public notice. The story" is the 1824. I .
.,, ( first that a newcomer to Dallas "
hears about Judge Brown
sON Another case js recalled in

WAY TO COURT District Judgo Jot B. Brown walks which a ruling by the judgewas
through tho corridor of Dollol County Criminal Courti Monday on challenged by defense attorneys .
the way to kit courtroom to span tko murdor trial of Jack Ruby. Judge Brown offeredto
call a recess, go down the
(AP Wi.pketot.Increased).
hall and check his ruling with
another judge
"They lay I run an Informal o.un
Overtime court," the judge said recently
: "What does that mean?
All I know is, I try to treat
everyone with courtesy
a Proposal Attacked Judge Brown conducted the
preliminary hearings for Jack
Ruby, who shot and killed the .
DETROIT (AP) President overtime proposal as an at.I accused assassin of President \
Johnson's "18-hour work day at tempt to pressure Industry Into Kennedy, with a self-conscious I II
the White House" doesn't
hiring more workersHe I ,
with his
square said union leaders' propos Gavel Is Quick
proposal to cut
time work, says adminlstratlon"1 als for a 35.hour week and theadministration's Judge Brown's broad features
Rockefeller '' double overtime remained Impassive
Rockefeller, president of idea were both defeatistand throughout the hearing al.
Chase Manhattan Bank of New Inadequate. though privately he confessesto
York, compared the White "It Is Ironic," he said, "thata being fascinated by the
House work day with the proposal to cut down on over- case. His gavel cut short every
administration's double pay for time should come from an ad. chuckle from the audience ? ucyy
ministration whose leader has .
work in
overtime proposal a
speech Monday night He called installed the 18.hour day at the A rumor had circulated that
this Ironic. White House." Dallas leaders had threatenedto
This was an allusion to the put an opposition candidatein
Proposal Attacked work President Johnson does this year's judicial race if

Rockefeller, 48, youngest of and requirements he reportedly Judge Brown did not behave.
the five Rockefeller brothers, makes of his staff, But the filing for his office,
spoke to the Financial Execu- judge of criminal court districtNo
tive Institute of Detroit. Positive Approach Urged 3, closed Feb 3, and the
Rockefeller's Rockefeller said there were judge remained restrained and
talk was an expansion
"too Inflexible factors" In of publicity
many wary
of a news conference In ; 'Ye
which he attacked the double the labor market for more over. As relaxation, Judge Brown wi
time payor a shorter work frequently plays bridge and
'week to stimulate employmentand fishes when he has the time

Power Firm called for a "more positive About three times a year, he .
approach" goes deer hunting, but he never

"I am convinced," he said, fires a shot.
Plans Major "that with the proper national "I've had four heart at.
economic policies we can pro tacks, the last one in May,
vide jobs for all who are willing 1960," he explains. "They
BuildingMIAMI and able to work. I would fa- change your values I don't
want to kill anything"
vor stepped-up education, mas
(AP) A construction give retraining programs, Improved Because of his illnesses, he
budget of $85 million for 1964 labor-management un has stopped smoking cigar
and S3S million ettes. Instead he has amassed
a issue of first derstanding and use of every
mortgage bonds was announced feasible stimulus such as tax more than 200 pipes.The judge
Monday by the Florida Power & and his wife, Evelyn have
cuts to help our economy expand .
Light Co.Major faster" two children, a married
construction items In. daughter, a son who has succeeded the in the Fairlane 289 V-8
his father as justice of HOW FORD RACING HELPS following changes
elude completion of a 42S,000 kilowatt
generator being added at Marine Vets' the peace In Oak Cliff and six engine: better block, improved pistons, improved
: ,
the Port Everglades plant and I I grandchildren BRING I YOU A BETTER CAR valve train, stronger connecting rods
additional work on a second unit Group PlannedHerb
at Port Everglades MATHER Most automotive engineers will tell you that and bolts. Such improvements contribute not

3rd Unit InstalledA I Phillips Cowly 68 Service, operator Station of the at FURNITUREOPEN the track is one of their most valued testing only to Ford's winning track record, but also to

third unit is being Installedat Southgate, has announced plans
I laboratories. the total performance so important to your
company's Cape Kennedy to begin an organization of Marine -
plant and preliminary engineer.; Corps Veterans In this area., For example, track competition led directly to everyday driving. Come in and see!
work is under
ing way on two HOUSE
Cowly a veteran of 10 years
425.000 kilowatt units in south
active duty In the corps, noted
Dade County. I that he had met several Marine I
Net proceeds from the bond Corps veterans and that anyone I Anniversary Salt STOCK CAR RACING: SPORTS CAR ROAD RACING: RALLY COMPETITION: INDIANAPOLIS:

Issue, to be sold March 25, will interested In forming such an margin for Ford Ford V.S power is the new king Manufacturer's Championship Ford ends an era
pay construction contracts and organization should contact him Fri. Feb. 21stNeed
liquidate anticipated short-term at 4209 S. Florida Ave.. or at Ford is king of NASCAR The Cobra, with its special Products of Ford and its The first time out, a light.

borrowings. MU 2-9104. competition, and has' the Fairlane engine, emerged as worldwide affiliates won the alloy version of the Fairlane
A quarterly dividend of 32 NASCAR Achievement the overwhelming leader in 1963 Manufacturer's World V-S engine In a Lotus chassis

cents a share on common stock I '63 short It won the Rally Championship. Two made history In the classic
payable March 17 was declared. Cash T* Pay Bills Award to prove it. In the one year.
Directors elected Max Orovitz, season, special Ford entries Manufacturer's Trophy in specially equipped Falcon Indianapolis "500". The

Miami banker and Industrialist, I M[ i0 wrn won every single race of 500 SCCA Class A Production V.8's were winners in the Lotus-Ford finished second,

to the board.Catholic. Is The Man To See miles or longer (the ultimate competition. And in the brutal 25OQ.mile Monte Carlo only seconds behind the

test of durability and Laguna Seca and Riverside Rallye, and other Falcon winner. And the next time,

AT dependability) and scored races it "dusted off" the V-S's won Holland's Tulip in the Milwaukee "200", the

Deanery ACCEPTANCECORPORATION nearly twice as many points top "unlimited" cars from Rally, and the 4000-mile Lotus.Ford led all theh way

Will ConveneThe as any other make all over the world. Trans.Canada Rally from start to finish.

West Coast Deanery of OF FLORIDA
St. Augustine's Catholic Diocese COMPARE TNfS5 LOW IOW PAYMENTS

St. Petersburg tomorrow morn- You ant Moniu Yoe art Montff YN Get ao, ,
ing at 8:30Representing: s.oooo solo Basco use ss xis3iT
St. Joseph' par oe steno treats steno sloo37 sloop
ish will be Mrs Paul Smith, the cc, n, Poking LAKELAND FORD COMPANY INC.
president of the Altar Society; LOANS IN 00155 AMOUNTS OR COR OTHER CART I, WMAITOMtltt ,
MM WM till Y.I"
Mrs Francis Broadhead the PERIODS ARE coMPARAaLE
and Mrs I DAY IIRVICI 125 Lake Mirror Drive Phone MU 2.1102
deanery treasurer;
Paul Downing and Mrs. Bran- If You're Interested In An A-i Used Cor Be Sure To See Your Ford Dealerr.
nen Kendrick I




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Bartow Commission .

, NEW YORK (AP-The stock 200 shares. Also unchanged were: Kenne-

! market was steady at the opening Unchanged were Pan American cott at 80 on 2,700 shares: AmerIcan

Eves Street Paving today in moderately active World Airway at 67 on 1,- Tobacco at 28% on 3.000:
Texaco at 74 on 2,300, IBM at
trading. 500 National Airlines
553 on 1,000; and General Electric
BARTOW In a brief 27- Log completion, and "tree vU Most change were small, 49 on 1,000. and Continental Bak- at 87% on 2.500.

minute session list night, will be planted on Main Du Pont continued soft losinga ing, at 55% on 2,600. I Pennsylvania Railroad lost %

Bartow city commissioners Street this week" Odom said point at 26214. Radio Corp. slipped % to at 3014 on 2,000 shares
discussed paving and beauti- Opening blocks Included: Gen 107'/i on 1.700 shares. American Telephone declined
I II ficatlon awarded three ap more than 600 trees have eral Motors unchanged at 78 Sperry Rand opened on 5,000 i/i to 144 on 2,300 shares.

predation certificate and set been planted in the projectThe on 8,800 shares, Chrysler up '/'e shares, unchanged at 18%. Yesterday the Associated

r a date for a Joint meeting meeting with the plan. at 39% on. 4,000; and Phillips Braniff Airways gained ','. at Press average of 10 stock rose

with the planning and coning ning and toning board was Petroleum,'up /4 at 47% on 3,- 16'4 on 6,000 shares 1.2 to 294.9, a record high.

board. set for next Monday night

City Manager Chad. i Commissioners requested the BLUE CHIPS
! Odom commission it
told the meeting so that they may secure
f would cost about $5,000 to more Information on the _

pave four streets for which board'. recommendation to IOYS' CLUBBERS AT DINNER Ckottln Mora tort night's annual directors'; dinner .. the I KNOW WHAT i'7k TUSTWORRIED

petition requesting repaving set up a new zone in an effort ays' Club of Ukalond arc, from the lift, Wlllord Illikarry, nowly aloctod director D,. JointsPerriih YEsfaR.REautj #V STOCK .

have been presented to the to upgrade the city' former vice president ., Stetten University wh. wes the .,...., ot lest night's dinner WORTH

commission.Cecil Moore said the highway approaches. Dr. Joro Annls, ...teol..* president end W, V. (Benny) F......., who wes Installed.. lest night as EVEN'f A6r.Y! llT
I itreeu "should be repaved"and Service certificates were '...1....... (Ledger ,hot. by Perkins, ). ; rr-
presented to Dr W. B. Gleg-
"we should think about
er, last year's mayor. T, C.
them when we start talking Meyer, who along with Gleger
All of the Itreetlare Parrish Tells ClubbersOf
budget. Boys'
\ In the southeast sectionof retired at the end of 1963. and
I M. W. Duke the city's water
the city. who is retiring
Trees To Be Planted after 37 a* a city r- 1 ,o .
Odom reported the city' employe.The years Four Stages Of Growing UpDr. w.w.n.ww ft ( / ,*,* .

beautification project Is near commission also pass *

ed on first reading a resolution James W. Parrish, good job here in dividing miss the boat and fail to de- LATIJ STOCKS

calling for the city to former vice president of tenderly the child from his tect this thing as natural with

State Pays use the county's voter regis Stetson University tpld about mother's apron strings" he the child," Dr. Parrish said. i t 1 I The Investor
Daily r
tration. City Attorney Allie 200 dinner guests at the Boy He said It is Important for a

$656,000 Lane explained this means Club of Lakeland last night said.Dr.. Parrish said such problems boy to knew that he belongsto
citizen of Bartow no longer Q etario r Supplied |
that the club play an Important >
something the
will have to register In both as juvenile delinquencyand By WILLIAM A. DOYLEQ. 'the typewriter they are quoted
role in "the ages Club "seeks those 4 Br
out children
the and Oedipus complexes stem I retired and :around $2375-giving your 200
city the county. am a widow
To of the greatest develop who have
stages of
CountyBARTOWThe from who did not a sense not belonging
Parking Studied ment In the world"Dr properly persons develop from this ," perplexed. I Just about make I rights a market value of about
ends meet on Social Security a
State Road This resolution i. in line Parrlsh now pastor of stage. The Boys Club' contribu AMERICAN STOCKEXCHANGE pension and the dividends from $475.You can sell those right -
the First Baptist Church of
Department finally has settled with countywide reregistra- "The second stage. said tion In building a strong char my 200 shares of American through a broker or the "rights
Winter Park spoke at the 25th
its debt with the County tion brought about. by the the Minister "i* the 'me' acter serves to protect the Latest Telephone stock Three years I agent" (All this Is explained In
annual board of directors
Commission. county commission' decisionto stage" when the child characterizes boy when he reaches the "he Close ago when AT&T made a "rights the Information AT&T has sent

County attorney John Dew. realign the voting precincts dinner. New meeting officers of and the boardof Boys'Club. everything In termsof and she stage," Dr. Parrish Am Elec ................ 1% offering" to stockholders I did I and will send to stockholders.)

ell today advised commissioners directors of the club were himself: "my Mother my said. Barnes Eng .............. 28 n't have nearly enough moneyto ;For that matter you can sell

that he received a let. Commissioners Pete Lawrence installed during the affair. toy," and such The new officer and direc Dorsey Corp ............. 6% buy the additional shares the them to your nephew or anyone

ter yesterday stating the' and Doug Spence. "The developmentIn "If children remain In that'.tage. tore of the Boys Club were Falcon Sea Dr ............ 13%' company sold to stockholders.My else you like.Considering,

State Road Department has Odom and Police Chief Lewis the world greatest," said Dr. Par. they will become grossly introduced. Guard Chem ............. JO'/i nephew knowing my sit I that you "just

transferred 658711.88 from Cromartie were appointed to rlsh "is the growth of a selfish" said Dr. Parrlsh. Taking over from Dr. Jere Gulf Am ,................ 4V uation. Invited me over to his .about make ends meet," it

the Primary Fund to the a committee to study the child He said the Boy Club serves Annie as president of the clubis Gulf Sulphur ............. 6'/j place for the week end. He suggested seem unlikely that you will

county's bond account. feasibility of rearranging here to make the child realize W. V. Fenton. Other new Kratter .................. 94! that rather than let the want simply to give them away.

.1 The money i* a payment parking slots in the city 'Knee Stage' First there are other persons In the officers are William Lord, Lucky Friday........... 30% 200 rights I received go to $8l hares

, of a loan made to the SRD in The committee was set up He aid a child grows world while at the same time vice president; Scott tinder, Occidental Pet ........... 29'/ waste, I give them lo him. He Q. I own of Axe-

5 1960 for the four-laning of at the suggestion of Law. through four stages and memo preserving his individuality treasurer; and Leon Sikes Jr., Redwing Carrier ......... 10% used the rights I gave him and Houghton Fund B. The last timeI

State Road 60 between Mul rence, who stated he feels bership In the Boys Club can Group Stage Follows secretary treasurer Stephan Co. .............. 9% his own money to buy AT&T checked this fund had an asset

berry and Hillsborough Coun- many parking spaces wouldbe help him in each stage. Robert Evans, Alan Limber Syntex ................... 112 stock. value per hare of $9.S2. If

ty line. gained if the city would The first stage said Dr. Par According to Dr. Parrish Frank Fore Mark Hollis, Tampa Elec. ............ 25% Now, AT&T Is making another I redeem my 381 hares, what

Letter Written provide for "angle parkingon rlsh, is the "knee stage" the next stage is the "we" Harvey Hardy Floyd B. Baden Textron Elec. ............ 4% I rights offering to stockholders.My amount will I get? I paid a commission .

t one side and parallel park when the child sits on his stage, when the child's instinct Melvin Estroff and Willard OVER THE-COUNTER nephew has called me again when I bought. Will I

Several weeks ago Commissioners ing on the other side" of the' mother' knee or has her on is to form clubs gangs Elsberry comprise the board MUTUAL- FUNDS .and asked about the rights I have to pay another commission

i expressed concern city' streets."I her knees cleaning up after to belong to a clique. of directors.It Etc. will receive this time. I haven't or a redemption charge when I

over the fact that the money I think most street wouldbe him. "The Boys Club does a "All too often society will was announced that last BANKS Bid given him an answer. From sell?
had not been repaid and year 1,547 boys attended the I have A. You will get 381 times the
I wide enough for this, Boy Club of Lakeland al- Affiliated Fund .......... 8.38 reading your column value share (the dol-
Dewell was instructed to will asset per
Lawrence said most 300 more than previous Alico .................... 7% learned that the rights havea lar-and-cents value behind each
write a letter to the road officials any :
that the matter. I The 'city of Bartow presently Haven Shufflers Plan year.ROSCOE. Am Express ............. 382 value. share) on the day on which
asking has parallel parking on Auto Merch ............. 2 Did the rights I gave away redeemed. As
receive. attention. I both ides of most streets. Chase Man Bank ......... 63% last time also have value? your shares Axe-Houghton are Fund
Also this morning'smeeting ; did. I write this,
at There are no.parking meters Building Move1: protestWINTER Eckerd's Drug .......... 17% A. Yes ma'am. They value share is
commission B's asset per
the accepted but *n ter' maul*-enforce atwo.hour'paAting Fidelity Fund ........ ... 1694 And from what you say, it
of .. at $9.35.
resignation Georgox.Rausch limit Fla. Gas ... .............. 9% would seem that you have a quoted mutual fund (and
member of the On this
a HAVEN When because of the ample parking Fla. Pub. Util ..... ..... 23'/ smooth-talking nephew. Those mutual funds) you
board of commissioner of most other
the Winter Haven City Commission more courts, a renovated Fla. Steel ..... ........... 9'/2 200 rights you gave him had a commission charge when
Fire District No. 1, and authorized Titan 2 FiredIn meets tomorrow building and better lo : Fla. Tel ................. 28'/' value ranging pay a You no commission
Dewell draw buy. pay
up morning at Jack Fuller Auditorium cation. Fla. Tile ..... ........... ll'/s from $238 t o ,you charge when you sell. A
resolution commending the
a late for his in city hall it is like However the Downtown I Founders Life ............ 6'/ $406. That's r' few mutual funds do have a

service Tommy commissioner.Duggan Routine ly that every seat will be Club wants to stay put and Gulf Life ................ 58% quite a bit for .small redemption charge. Axe-

as a filled and most of the standing opposes any moving Ideas. A dry ; [Incorp Invest ............ 7.38 a person In yourcircumstances Houghton Fund B does not.
Duggan. a long-time commissioner Launch room will be taken. The members, through their Inter County Tel & Tel .. 49 f

died last week.In District The motionfor No. 5. Training The reason for the expected leaden, are expected to voice Jackson Min Hart ....... 3% to give away. Q. I have often heard old and

full house Is the protestto firm I opposition tomorrow Lewis Bus Forms ........ 17'/' Rights are worthless stocks and bonds referred -

a resolution commendinghim his VANDENBERG AIR FORCE be filed by members of morning Nationwide .............. 14% traded, just as to as "wallpaper.
was made by successor BASE. Calif. (AP-A 103-foot. the Downtown ShuffleboardClub Other items on tomorrow's tp A. H. Robins ............ 38>/ stocks are traded do you know
Combee. Truthfully
The Aldine of RauschIs long Titan 2 Intercontinental ballistics against moving the 40- agenda include the possible Taylor Inst ............... 52%; The rights who has ever really
effective resignation March 1. Com missile hurled a dummy year-old club to a site near reappointment of Burke T.V Elec Fund ......... 7.90 AT&T Issued tostockholders papered a wall with old stock
warhead down the Pacific missile Lake Sliver The shuffleboard Childs to the Recreation Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21% In LKJYLh certificates and bonds?
bee said he has had the name
range in what was called a club presently is located Board Advisory Council. Travelers ......... ....... 197 1961 traded at Sure. I have. The wall behind
of three persons suggested a* routine training launch. on Avenue A, South Childs Is in the advertisingand United Ilium ............. 39 prices ranging from $119! to A. our bar (Whoopsl' Soda
possible successor to automobile business and Universal Foods ........ .32 $2.28.( Multiply those figures by
Rausch. but that he would The launch was conducted east, at 5th Street. fountain) at home Is decoratedJust
Monday from an underground The commission wants the has been a leader In recreation Walters Jim ............. 30:% the 200 rights you to that I had better add
prefer to wait awhile before and come up way.
naming a successor silo. Titan 2 weighs 300,000 facility moved In order to activities for several your with the total value you of your that these were not my bad In

The board opened bids on pounds and I I. capable of sending widen 5th Street. This would years. W, THORNHILL NEW YORK "gift." vestments. I got those bonds
a five-megaton warhead 10- eliminate one or two of the The commission will also STOCK EXCHANGE generous certificates from
a dragline to be used In the The rights which AT&T ,<(ill and stock
000) miles. courts but would make for discuss additional parking facilities ThornhillAnnounces & Co. a firm
arthopod department and on Latest ll.a.m. Issue to stockholders In this new R M. Symthe
a one-ton truck. Bids on The Air Force did not disclose more parking spaces on 5th for Winter Haven Hospital Close Price offering are already being trad- which specializes in tracing old
and the erection of a
both items were filed for the distance of Monday's test Street. traffic light near the hospital.A Air Reduction 57% 571,4 ed. As this column goes through securities.

study. night. __ New Site Said Better request that the city of. Alden 28V 28%
Allegheny Ludlum 39'/i' 39'/s Latest II a.m.
The commission told Shuffleboard fer a special rate for 38 water Latest 11 aim
CandidacyBARTOW Allied Chem 53% 53V\ Close Price, Close Price
Club officers at the meters In a Florence Villa Nf
Allied Stores 58
last city meeting that the facility subdivision being built by Am Bosch 15',4 15',4 Gen Elec 87% 8734 I Pfizer III 1\1
at Lake Silver's Teen contractor John Maddox will Roscoe W.
Am Cyanamid 60% 60'iAm Phila Elec 34% 34'1.
89 88'Va
Gen Foods
(Rocky) Thornhill law
Center would be better suited be considered a en-
forcement officer for the past Home Prd 651,4 65'iAm Gen Inst 121. 12% Phillip Morris 71 71'.4

17 announced Hospital 2214 21'Va Pet 47VJ .7%
years today his Gen Motors 711 77Y. Phillips
Am Mach & Frdy 17-v.. 17'Va
Lakeland Senior Wins candidacy 3. for constable In District Am Metal Prd 19'e. NS Gen Tel & Elec 33\%\ 33% Piper Philphs Air Dodge 65',4 46'i 65'4 NS

Am Motor 18'Va 18'Va 12 12
Thornhill whose Gen Time Pit Plate Glass 5H. 57VJ
Am Res & Dev 22% 221,4 22 22
and Gen Tire Proctor & Gamble 81% 81%
as a deputy special -
Legion Speech ContestDennette for the sheriff's department Am Seating 37 NS Gillette 32'.4 32% Pub Srv Elec & Gas 76% 77%
Am Tobacco 28% 28% w. R. Grace 50 49% Pure Oaf 42% 42%
was effective
Am Tel & Tel WI,4 H4 Great A & P Tea 35o/a 35'i
Man 39Y. 39%
said "I Rayblstos
1 this office
am seeking
Et t McConnell a studentat at the American Legion Hall. Ampex 15o/a 15Arlz % Greyhound .II'% .8% Steel 4n .n'
because I Rep
feel I am well qualified
Lakeland Senior High School, Last night's contest was heldat to operate It efficiently Pub Ser 30Ys 31 Grumman 42'. 43 R. J. Reynolds 39% 39'e
Armco Steel 68 68
first last In the Lakeland Legion Hall. IBM 553 552 Reynolds Met 36 361/s
3 tr won place night an economically and tactfully I Atcha 28 284Atl
Int Harvester 60 60',4
1 E oratorical contest sponsored by All contestants who did not receive "I will do my best to serve Refln 53% 5314 IMC 8 NS Rhod Sel Trust 8 6R

? the American Legion Post No. bonds will be awarded everyone in my district and Auto Can H% H3" Int Min & Chem 7171Ye\ C. Cola 5334 5411.'
Safeway Stores 59% 59VJ
4. medals from the American Le at all times be available to Avco 22% 22% 32 32
Paper Scott Paper 37% 37%
As first winner Miss gion. you the voters. Beneficial 563 563,4
place ,
tnt Tel & Tel 55'4 55% Seaboard Air R 44% 45
McConnell was awarded with Chairman of last night's contest Career Cited Beth Steel 33'1. 334Blaw Jones & Laughlin 67% till'.4 Sears 106Y 10811a

a $100 savings bond. She 1 is the was Charles A. Wrede and .Knox 26% 26% Kelsey Hayes 3734 37% Shattuch 12% 12VJ
$ daughter of Mr and Mrs. D. S. Time Keeper was William Thornhill began his career Borg.Warner .63' 46o/a Kimberly Clark 64'% 64% Sinclair Oil 46.6
wtl as a law enforcement officer
McConnell 2605 Jonila Ave. Cheek. Brunswick 10% 10% Kerr-McGee 361,3 361% 711,4 71144
as a Bartow city patrolman.Since 44 Socony
Dennis Watson a student at Burlington .411. Korvette 32x32%
S. C. Elec & Gas 58 NS
then, he has been
Sante Fe High School, won sec- an assistant Burroughs 22Y. 224! Lear.Siejter! 13'1a 13'4Llggette Southern 54''. 5.o/a
and place: in the contest and will Bartow JayceesTo police chief, a police Cat Tractor 50% 503,4 & Mvers 7634 763A Sperry Rand 111% J8Y2

receive a $25 savings bond. DenIs chief and for the past seven Celanese tiO tiOChenetron % Litton Inds 70.%.; 70'\4'\ Spiegel l 30y' 31

Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Push VoterRegistration years a deputy and special 27 27 Lone Star Gas 2fJ% 22%, Std Oaf Cal 621i 61%
Investigator for the Sheriff'sDepartment. Ches & Ohio 72 71%
Lawrence Watson 1509 Camphor Loral 'Elec 8 8 Std Oil Ltd 63"V. 64

y Drive. Chryser 39x4 40Cmn P. Lorrillard .5 45 Std Oil N. J. 80% 80%
Thornhill Is a native of Polk Gas & Elec 25y.: 2514
sit Randolph Tulley son of Mrs Madison I'd 19% 19'Va Sunray Oil NS 31%
County and Is married to the Cities :
Marjorie Tulley Rt. 6; Barbara BARTOW City Commissioners 661/3 68y. Magnavox 38 37% Tenn Gas & Trans 20% 2034
Wallace daughter of Mr. and will cooperate with Former Louise Sage, a teacherIn Coca Cola 119 NS Marguardt 91. 9% Texaco 74 7.%

Mrs. E. F. Wallace of 518 N. the Bartow Junior Chamberof the Bartow schools. The Colgate Pal 42% 4J Martin Marietta 20 20 Texas Gulf Sui 23% 23%

Iowa and Diane Ryan daughterof Commerce in a voter reg- couple has two children. Collins Red 20VJ 20',4 McCrory lH 1134 'Tidewater 4034 NS
and Mrs. He is a four-year veteran of Columbia Gas 28VJ 28% .4 NS
Mr. George Ryanof istration campaign set for next McKesson Tractor Sup 22% 22%
2001 Lynncrest Drive, will week. World War II, and as a resultof Com Credit 393 3934 Merk 1)514) 115 Union Bal NS 3611.

each receive $23 bonds. At last commission his service in Italy and Con Edison 82',4 82% Minn Hnwl 134135 Union Oil BOVJ 80%

The first place winner will night's C. R. Africa, he was awarded the Con Foods 47Va 47 MMM e9119% Union Pac 39% 39%
meeting city manager Bronze Star medal and the Consumer Pwr 4S% 48VJ '
enter a county-wide oratorical Odum said the Jaycees have Montg Ward 37'1a % Union Tank 35% 35'/
contest In Mulberry Friday night Combat Infantryman Badge. Cont Can 45 4.% Nat Biscuit 57Ya 59% United Fin 28'1. 28
drive with the
planned a approval .
He has studied police work Cont Oil 64Y. 64 Nat Can 18 16Ye' United Fruit 21 21'1.
of all five city com at the University of Florida Ctrl Data 92Y. 921,4 Nat 683 69% U.S Inds 8 NSU.S.
FUND IRUK'AST HELD-"The success of the Umteo1 Fv,,d missioners.The Dairy %
General Ends and Olney Md. He also has Com Prds 63-v... 63% Nat Fuel 32Ya 32Ys Rubber 481,4 48%
compel rests with the CM***"? ..,.".". Myi John L. Snook, subject came last attended several
up special police Crown Cork 27% 2nlCurtls..Wrlght Nat Gypsen 46% 46% U.S. Steel 54 54'.4
left. Chairman .. she Fund's Cers.nesc..ed InaWry Divines night when commissioner B. and FBI schools.Thornhill .
191191% Nat Tea J41. 14% Upjohn 55
which servile dl per cent .f the 1964 gal! ., 231000. With Tokyo VisitTOKYO L. Durrance Jr. said he was I* a member of the Den & Rio R R 201,4 20 Nla-Mohawk 52" 52'1. Vendo 16% 161WarnerLambert

Snook ..* Oxer T. $tut meii .f Intonation Cheml i concerned over the lag in re- Church of Christ, Winter Haven De Soto Chem 20% 20'.4 Okla Gas & Elec 2714 27% 25% 2534

l 1e.1 l Corn, and Stephen. U "' .....Ich of S. H. Krai C., two of (AP) Gen. James registration of Bartow residents Masonic Lodge, York Rite Dr Pepper 5434 NS Outboard Marine 16'I' J 16% W. Air Brake 31% 3l%

the gnus of eppreilmotely 43 "..,...."" who mot tkis moraine ..te F. Collins commander-ln-chief: American Legion, VFW, FlorIda Dresser Inds 26% 26VJ Pac Gas & Elec 31% 31'.4 Westinghouse 88 33%

"" ......... .. Morrlwn's Cefetorio. Compe'9"' officials !of the U.S. Army In the Pacific, The Jaycees' get-out.and. Police Officers Association DuPont 26311.' 2621" Pan Am Sulphur 25 24% Wlnn DIxie 29'Va 30

.., they art planning t* schedule. an additional ......... left Tokyo for Honolulu today vote campaign will begin next National Sheriffs Associationand Eastman Kodolc 12811. 128'.4 Parks DavIs 35% 351iPenney. Woolworth 72YJ 72VJ

..c..... of tka success of tKo ana this .......1.... (Lodfor photo kyPorkmi after a four-day visit to Japan Monday and will continue is an honorary member of Gamble Skgmo 30'NS C 44IJ! 44'.i Xerox 77 77%

). Collins retire March 1, 1 through March 8. Florida Sheriff Boys Ranch. Ga Pac 59% NS Pepsi Cola 52Ya 52 Zenith Rad 78 78t '%



Providence Spurns Bid Rakow Joins

. To NIT For NCAA Berth Mik.} +t11 j ?1' r51YAW Early CampBy

Associated Press SporU Writer Ledger Sparta EditorEd

And just why did Providence the National Invitation Tournament defending champion, turn Rakow say it ray-ko arrived in camp yesterdayand
the former Kansas City Athletic hurler settled right downto
down a bid by the NIT and accept one from the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
the duties at band
Well athletic director the Rev. A. B. Begley candidly pointed out "If the first time we
Obtained from the A'* In the Jerry Lurape-Rocky Colavito
It's the first time the NCAA had ever picked Providenceto
had a chance to accept. means
to join
deal the righthander requested permission Early f
fill of the 10 at large spots In Its national tournament.
,_ one ; :! Camp and let in some extra work before the Tiger open spring

we .accepted" Begley said the ISUAA"becausewe invitation 2021.() The other 15 spot go to 19-5. Texas Western 19-1 and drill oo Feb. 29. He had a 9-10 mark for the A's last year

belong to the NCAA and It'. conference champions winner from the Southwest, and an earned run average of 393. Manager Chuck Dressen
our association championship" The NIT, which will be playedin Missouri Valley Big Eight and > n ra Indicated be expected the hurler to be one of his starters in '64.

New York's Madison Square one more at-large team to be The player hustled through
Nine Picked Garden March 12-21. picked De- named. a lengthy session yesterday be- up pressure and when the required

The Friars who had some Paul 18-2; Pitt, 144; and New The Far West ,has Oregon t $ ., "f fore the warm Florida sun amount ot pressure Is

early season uneasiness but York University, 115. Nine State 213. Utah State 17-1, Windy weather and the obtained, the ball b released

now appear to have found the others will be selected later Seattle 16-4, and winners from threat of rala could chase the At M pounds It can literally

formula were one of nine teams Providence 17-3 after Monday the Western Athletic Confer Tiger Inside today. One of shoot a ball out of sight -

picked by the NCAA. Three night's 95.75 triumph over terence the Big Six and the the hangars has been converted that b straight up.

more accepted bids to the NIT Scranton and Villanova ranked West Coast Conference Into *a Indoor trainIng The machine will be used for

Monday. the two groups be- fifth nationally at 19-2, are In' Regional first-round elimina- site replete with batting batting and bunting practice.
gan their selections the NCAA Eastern regional'lions will be held in Phlladel3hla. cage machine and warm up as well as for fielding practice.

In addition to Providence, the along with Temple Middle Atlantic Evanston III., Dallas and spots for pitchers. It has specifically in chasing foul pop

NCAA selected defending champion champion, and the champions Eugene. Ore. Team with first been a "life saver" In the flys

Chicago Loyola Villanova, of the Yankee Southern round byes are the champs from past when Inclement weather Meanwhile "Iron Mike"\ still

Creighton. Texas Western. Ivy and Atlantic Coast conferences the Atlantic Coast the Big threatened to delay spring In use in the big batting cages

Louisville Oregon State, Utah Eight the Southeastern the training procedure up near the clubhouse.
State and Seattle. Loyola, 15-5 and Louisville Big Ten the West Coast and the Providing that Henley Field Another early arrival and

One more NCAA at-large team 14-6. are In the Mideast with the Big Six. I* available; aquad game are hard at work: b Larry Footer

remains to be picked for the conference champs from the I Regional championships Ire slated for Saturday and Sun. Sis year ago Fester Ron-

long string of eliminations that Mid America. Ohio Valley scheduled March U-14 In I1.0WNII GETS CHECKED OUT-Jim Irewn, ceo of eke Lektlond. Tip harlot pitchlitf; traff Uitsummer day there. The Saturday game Perranoskl and Dick Radatz

culminate In the national tournament Southeastern and Big Ten Raleigh N.O, Minneapolis, before on orm injury sideline1 him for the last six woods ol tie OOOMO, Is chocked for his, will tart about 11 am. with were all at Michigan State

! at Kansas City March The Midwest has Creighton. Wichita, Kan. and Corvallis, irchbf motion by e ,.1 lr of Detroit ...,... (oh Swift, easel, cod tusk (Stubby) Overmlro, 1:05: p.m. the starting time for University and Foster was .

i Ore. right. Brown worked out Sundoy end reported ... III effect Ho It ont of five eic-Ukelond. plovers Sunday' contest There will be considered the best hurling

Providence which won only In .... Detroit Eorly Cemp. Ledger photo by Huhet). no charge for these exhibitions prospect of the trio But control
four of its first seven celebrated --- -- -- and the starting time and location trouble have plagued the

Its selection with its 13th of the game are subject quiet righthander U the past

: straight triumph In the decision Long Urges AL 'GetTough Mocs to change without notice and be hope the additional
I over Scranton John Thompsonand PloyHurricanes ,(sounds like a railroad time- work in the early camp will

I Jim Stone each had 25 ,table). expedite his advancement to

point for the rampaging Friar For awhile at Tigertowu the same plateau a* his two

who were never in serious trou With Finley'WASHINGTON yesterday U looked like aa MSU teammate

I artillery range aa the "21st For the balance of this week

Tiger Mortar Battalion" assembled the workout will be of the

ble.Appling (AP) Sen. The subcommittee's; chairman around the pitching tame nature pepper drills

Edward V Long, D-Mo., urged Philip A. Hart D-Mlch, In MiamiCORAL mound. A new pitching machine special classes on all facet of
which shoot !the and batting practiceThe
literally game
American League baseball today said Cronin and National
Feb, IS 1M.
12 Tuesday, ends .
ban the batters- two-week
the at was camp
to get tough In lea row with League President Warren Giles

... HonoredATLANTA defiant Charles O. Finley, owner were the only scheduled witnesses GABLES Florida tried out yesterday. It builds 28.
of the Kansas City Athletics because Finley had not Southern College' Mocs will try

Finley is trying to move his even answered Invitation to to do what no FSC quintet has R

DePaul club out of Kansas City In the testify Hart said Finley wouldbe done since 1957 here tonight-
(AP) Those "old beat the University of Miami.
face of counter-threats by the granted a hearing if he did
ache and pains" which gave I For almost SO minute I.I la
league to revoke his franchise show up. Giles is not InvolvedIn i
Luke Appling his nickname are and drive him out of baseball if the American League row. I Lakeland earlier this month

gone. He's in the baseball Hall he goes Finley has retorted that Void Right the Mocs seemed on the vergeof i tr. .

Poll of Fame now he will sue if the league attempts Long a subcommittee member an upset of the Hurricanes, ?
Gain In AP "1 feel just like I had hit a any such crackdown. said baseball would sacrifice once leading by u much a* p I

home run with the bases loaded Long spoke out In an interview any right to antitrust law 1J point. But FSC alt a cold 8 a't !
with out in the ninth In the and board
two of spell domination
in advance before
hearings exemptions It It fall to enforce
By BEN OLAN beat Washington twice last week seventh same of the World, the Senate Antitrust and its expired ultimatum to Finley. paid off for Miami as they

Associated Press Sports Writer and upped their record to 21-0. Series," said Appling, who seta Monopoly subcommittee; which It had given him until last Sat ,, managed to come from behind

I VUlanova and DePaul, both Michigan had one first place major league record of 2,218. could bring Finley and American urday midnight to arrange to and chalk up an 15-71 victory.As '
selected for postseason tournaments vote and 320 point and Kentucky games at shortstop for the Chicago League President Joe Cronin -keep the team in Kansas City or usual Miami' talented

moved up in this week'sAssociated polled 299 point on a White Sox. "1 tell you I face to face now or later, face possible loss of his franchise Rick Barry starred getting U
Press major-college basis of 10 for a first-place vote, never felt better. I although the subcommittee's' points I but Tim Ebnaugle: ,
The still 9 for second etc. The Wolverines Appling who batted over 300 I chipped to with 30 for FSC.
basketball poll. voting prime Interest has nothing to do "If they don't have the authority }
Is dominated by unbeaten UCLA defeated Indiana 99-87 for a 17-2 In 18 of his 20 seasons, was with the row. or the will power to The back-breaker for the Mocs ;r p'r, ; v, ,

followed by Michigan and Ken record while Kentucky\ 18-2 elected to the Cooperstown The subcommittee; I I. conducting regulate a member of their was guard Larry Kessler and pJL A
after whipping Mississippi State N.Y., Hall Monday on an un center Don Patrician hitting
tucky. hearings on legislation establishment who would so disregard -
second ballot. From outside after the Moc defense
Drake Tenth 6559. precedented Hy which would grant uniform antirust .! the welfare of the sport
Duke and Oregon State also Duke' Blue Devils advancedone iurwiU, secretary of the Base law exceptions to pro and its fans," Long said "It be- 'and had collapsed him for on Barry
of stopped awhile.
gained ground while Drake the place to fourth with two ball Writer Association football, basketball and ice comes obvious to me that base-
Missouri Valley Conference ' votes and 251 points America, announced the resultsat hockey as well as to baseball, ball ia I a business and should be Elsnaugle however tonight
Boston. ;will not be in top shape as he is AS YOU Will SAYING ft ....w. eighty Detroit TI.! .,
advanced 10th Duke is 17-3 after Vir
pace-setter, to beating which Is the only one of the four regulated a* any other business
place. ginia and Davidson. Appling thus joined fellow ports now enjoying such exemptions It definitely would be subject to recovering from an ankle had., ebtoJMj from the Kisses City Athle Ic., ro...ro4 yetior4oy

UCLA collected 35 first place Jump 1 Places I Georgian Ty Cobb whom he ;I the antitrust laws. injury that hampered him sad wet "" ...oIl.te" tossed ,., a '.011.-..>o' Interview. Hono'lln
against In
votes and 376 points In the Villanova moved up three once Idolized. Cobb was the first Lakeland the Interview' It Joe Folk, loft, taertiwrirer of Hi* Detroit' Free

balloting by a special panel of places to fifth and DePaul player elected. Appling Is the] Greene Saturday night. Coach Tom Crass whe It .lM alolxi a torlet of Interviews.. for Mlcken! eras
will have the rest of his
38 regional selectors. The Bruins climbed one notch to ninth. VU 39th elected by the baseball. Majors Ponder Ban regular lineup Intact: Dave radio .teti.".. Bedew eons te eke early corny on till Own In ...

lanova 19-2 following victoriesover writers. I Shmkman. a sharp hooter effort to Improve his orrchln* fei ',.. He't reeked .. Tlferttorter.
one-time Atlanta schoolboy
Duquesne and Canisius, The the 22! On Private FlightsBy against the Dolphins, and Elanaucle. (Ledger photo by Hvghel),
drew 189 votes on
Basketball Scores was named as an at-large teamo forward Tom Dawirm_

MONDII"_COLL10e.r .... .... DePaul: the NCAA 162 tourney Including Monday.lastweek' ballot BBWAA submitted A authorized total of MIKE RATHET an "understanding" barring'center Bowman; John, guards W ll1iobbY; and Mike WBA May Add Philippines

Tha otDuauaana hunton 11 r,. .aM.IdMN triumphs over Marquetteand 189, or 75 per cent of the votes Associated Press Sport Writer players from holding pilot licenses ,. ,
Huber the No. I
a* Both
Ot. Talada N. Western Ontario cast. Is needed for election. Jolted by the airplane crash But St. Louis, Milwaukee man. I
wMtuNr .IN..n.. ..arkilt.._ Tl... that killed Chicago Cub second Pittsburgh and Kansas City Well and Dawson starred on
W..1. 104
5 Red
bid to the National Invitation Charles ( ) Ruffing a
A,aur. T7. T...... TAlaaame a baseman ken Hubbs 'said \ 'defense in FSC' defeat of the Suspend Ortiz As Champ
Tl, LaU '0. Tournament. I right-handed pitcher who gained some major they were reviewing a problem
.. _.. ... Dolphin. Saturday.
oNr? 71. .l l ale league baseball clubs have that has two edges
fame with the New York
M." al, Wichita remained sixth domite his Miami will have
.Oh......"liat.... .... N Ok'.h fawH'oS1_. JI.low. its 64-63 setback by Drake. Yankee., failed to make It despite started to grapple with the far : While admitting the problemwas Wayne Beckoer, Barry forward and!; MIAMI BEACH (AP) An San Juan Puerto Rico, Lass
".,...>1.01.00 SO Calara.... C.h_ 04 Okla. LIna ... n. seventh following a 7672 con rules specify that if more than Should player permitted to it was difficult to establish a emergency
eealeri Kessler and John not posted his forfeit bond.
.._ana.... U....Wiaaantin....... ..0."otr. 10. (1Dam. .11.. quest of Seattle for a 21-3 record. one player got more than 75 percent pilot their own planedIn firm policy since it might be DampWr, guards.Following Boxing Association' executive'
M....... Ot.. tt.... Ol tie/ .4.55'S... U.Tt (N V. SIan only the leader would be response to a survey by construed as an Infringement on tonight' the committee baa been called for Ltssman. In his emergency
II..n Aihl.nd tt Davidson Tumbles The Associated Press only the lame call to the committee, said the
a player' rights The clubs also
elected. Moc will play Mercer Macon Feb. 25 to consider suspension
N. 10. aaniaoa II at should
Davidson fell from fourth to Boston Red Sox said they had consider:
UUH OUla 74 Danvar Tl pointed that to their knowledgenone
Ga., on Monday closingthe of Carlo Ortls as lightweight,
eighth. The Wildcats lost to Fur- 1 I. Suspension of Ortiz until he
NATI SAL .II..UT.IILL of their player had pilot
season Feb 27 in Lakeland champion and the Philippines asa
( AttoeiATIONIVIIIO> man and Duke last week. Gridders Honored licensee has posted the bond and defended -
against WBA member.
W L .IJrt. e..Nbd Drake replaced Vanderbilt in FSC Jayvees Tampa University his title against Lane.
41 A Red Sox spokesman said WBA president Ed Lassman I 311 .*.! 7 the Top Ten on the strength of TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda I 2.
PHMadalpnli . N 14 .411 1. there is no clause in their contract charging Ortiz with flouting a Stripping Ortiz of the title
Maw"Varij 17 DIVISION 41vVIOTIftN .'U 10 its victory over Wichita and a AAM University presented barring pilots but "thereis Cleveland To Host promise to defend his if be does not defend it April 4.

W L Pet. OS 17-4 record. Vandy seventh a FalconsTAMPAThe letters and other honor to 42 an understanding that no' the No. 1 ). The status of the
against Philippines
31 21 '110 titl.1
laa San L II.Prtneltoe_..'....... Jl 11 >10altimcra r ...f7... -.ll/t week week ago 75-71 lost to Georgia two games Tech last In Nip team.members of Its 1963 football 'player will be a pilot. It has Davis Cup In 1964 Kenny Lane called the a* a cooperative member of the

>7 14 .441 No has of the
never come up. player He set It for the day WBA.
D...... It 41 n..nMONDAY' overtime and 64-62 to Tennessee. Special honor were: CORPUS CHRISTI Tex (AP)
C'.cI..t.' 1... a.,. mtULTOAtTlRN ......_ Ida.SI Florida South Bobby Felts, back of the year; had any Inclination" to get a The executive committee of tight between heavyweight
.. The Top Ten, with first place pilot's license. I champion Sonny Llston and Cal-
Los in OaKlmara'. ..Ja. ern College I j junior varsity baaketball Owen McKay lineman of the the United Suits Lawn Tennis
5451D1 SATURDAY 1.. ... 5..n..7.0 votes In parentheses and points team of Lakeland closed I 1 Robert Brown scholar of The spokesman said the Red Association has picked Cleve- due Clay because many of the SKEET SHOOT
Cincinnati 110 on a 10.9-8-7-6- +3-2-1 basis year; Sox were prompted to establish: members will be here at that
Its 1963-64 last
out season night: land the
cite for
altimara 134 Datralt 112at. the year; Carlton Oats, defensive as the 1964 defense
keula., 11*. Ph.I..I.h.. lit. at the Mary Help of Christians the policy In 19&6 after Tom time. MARCH 13.15
of the Davis
SUNDAY adULTS 1. UCLA (35) 376 man of the year; Donald
altinwa. III Datra *tOaaten Gastall. former Boston University Lawman said Ortii signedfor
on a winning note. The
gym Cleveland will build
Smith freshman of the a special
01, Laa OOCincinnati 2. Michigan (1) 320 year;
114, Anaalaa hil.d ,loH,"_,7rtu 299 Florida College Falcons of Tem- Alexander snake athlete who signed with stadium for the matches to beheld last week's fight with Mash WINTER HAVEN Expert
3. Kentucky Anthony pit
ple Terrace were the 76-73 victims Baltimore for a (40,000 bonus, Sept. 24-27. Elorde in Manila In defiance of shooters from throughout the
251 award and Jim Tullis
4. Duke special
(2) ;
VA 3. Villanova 164 of overtime.The quarterback award disappeared In his private planeon Cleveland won the nod as the the WBA. Then he said when United State. will compete In
MORTGAGE LOANS 6. Wichita 139 contest also ended the a flight over Chesapeake executive committee voted 1715 the fight was approved deference the Dixie second annual Invitational

FIRST MORTGAGI CORD 122 Falcons' season without a vie- Bay for the Ohio city\ over los Angeles to a request from the PhilIppines Skeet Championshipsin
7. State
Of FLORIDA"sievici Oregon tory in 15 starts. TAMPA TO PLAY NLS Gastall and Hubbs 1962 Na- on the second ballot. New government Ortiz reneged Winter Haven March 13. 15

is, OUR .utiNitt* 8. Davidson 95 At the end of regulation time TAMPA (AP) The Tampa tional League Rookie of the York was eliminated on the first on a promise to post ailj.500 at the Gilbert Field range between -
e Clad Ava 9. DePaul 76
t =MU 1117 Lakilan* the game was tied 67-67. The University football team announced Year who crashed while pilotinga ballot. $ bond to guarantee this city and AuburndaleThe

,,10. Drake 47 FSC Baby Mocs had a 33-32 It will play Northeast plane near Provo, Vtah, are his next defense would tit shoot \Is being directed b\

halftime edge. Louisiana State Oct. 31 In Monroe the only players on record to NATIONAL NO.NIY I.III.UIO. I against Lana.Although the Winter Haven Skeet and
Gail Knappenberger, 6.foot, A return match is scheduled -have died while flying their own 7h. a_,.II..ULT_ P... the Ortii-Lane bout I Trap Club and 1s being sponsored

3-Inch guard from Macomb III, for 1965 or 1966. aircraft. BatraK I. .h..t.IMU_... MMilua, ant. IOMA, has been scheduled for April 4 by the promotion commit

and Mike Barker of Bartow led tee or the Winter Haven Chamber

the Baby Mocs Knappenberger f 7.. Maw +11w i +C'rM vras of Commerce.
q had 24 points and Barker chipped -
Reservation should be made
In with 22. The Falcons' '
E, by writing John III SUj
.. ..
Buddy Payne took Individual .w. .k.FO. Y" t*,' ,. M ., W Lake Summit Drive Wintd'
coring honors with 21 points. let y.

.10 roe._14.jAYVIIt Oarkar 0-.1-77.atnaaaankaraar RW.rmN ,i s ,, 7r Mf sy n Haven.Competition
1-I-*. Ofcarla 4..aSoot.. .a-e.. will be open fo
-NNN, e. a aIt 31" _.-'..." ."........ I.' four gun with 100 .target foe
nDRID ., each
COLL.O.-WIIII. 4 category.
17 Davit I H, e/.e t-I-II PA
''.:.. .tCW-* """ '. .-4. Entries will be limited to 60
it 14 o rt shooter in the .410 and X
:.gIllD4' COLHOO 73 3111:
a gauge events and 100 guns in

d lU W U the .20 and .12 gauge shoot

I The club will be celebrating
the opening of Its new clubhouse

t. and improved range which has
.I ej ', ( four automatic field

t rb Car'Planned


.tV. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Florida .
A&M University coach Dick

pi Q Hill said he Invited 20 schools

to participate in the university's14th

x annual Spring Sports Csrtii

The Great Entertainer bring new life to old "Classics". T4.a pa _s val March 2)-28.

Next time you antertiln bring the great entertainer Into the act. //1 .u_ The competition two-day carnival in track will and offer

Serve these classic favorites the 7 Crown Manhattan "TRY -- field baseball golf and tennisMM'
And of 7 Crown all by itself. TIOUTOWN ACTIVITY It w.. the 21st, Tier end outfield flys oed fowl pep ape It was tried out for .... flint
the tour the highball. course, KING Bob Hayes, one of the
Mortar larttllo sad .11'1..* jrottordoy ot Hit lady Corny of the time ,..ttr4e,. At debt, outfielder Puntol Gelds foot tlldln Into fastest will
men in the world
Say Seagram's and be Sure EDWARD" Dotrott Tigon ol Tliortown. At ..ft. Tlfor Monofor Charley 0,_. the bet es cease Vernal 4eVivelreo dims the tlidm* drill Doily run the 100 and 220 yard dashes

I IniptcH sew ,itch I". mothiiio riiot literally thoot tho bell of MttieiM, lexhidlnf til fete* of .... *...., ore en top ot Tloertownevery and will be the 440 relay
SUGUV WtlllWI Coaraw.Ee tMr HT limn IM'SII'' N MOW UKCHiS YUna( PNQLf Omoroe' tergeit Sella C/gor the bottort. It It 'In .... up poijion now for "skani.g" infield tie,. ILtol.., photos by Hutnot team. on yard

f f .


Tuesday, Feb 18, IK4 U


Kathleen Goes

American Netters


r To Plant CityPLANT

Close Big Gap I
At TampaPLANT CITY The first

place Plant City High Planters

I. entertain the last place Kathleen -
By ALLISON DANZIOJfeta college undergraduate or U HIGH GYM. TampLakeland's
High Red Devils of Lakeland
\\torI Gin: ,.. taking graduate work. Dreadnaughts return -
NEW YORK-The big gap Now in California the to the 'Tampa Plant High here at S p.m. today in
for the second time In five Southwest Florida Conference
bit wee n Australian and nearest thing to a program a gym a
nights here tonight when they basketball contest.
American tennis was finally comparable to the AustralianIn
f closed with the victory of the thoroughness has been In clash with the Plant Panthers I In A junior varsity tilt will precede -
troduced. The Balboa Bay a Western Conference baske the varsity action at 6 30
United States Davis Cup teamIn I f r ,,
the Challenge Round in Club of Newport Beach has ball game. p.m.

late December. started a long-range training 0 1 The Dreadnaughu are after Coach John Edwards' hot

Until Chuck McKinley, Dennis course for boy and girl designed their 14th win In 20 games and Planters will be going after

Ralston and Capt. Robert to develop champions. ninth In IS loop contests They their 34th consecutive SWC

Kellemer sipped nectar from Twenty players from Orange close their regular season FrIday triumph and a step closer to

the massive silver piece In County Calif. have night at the Lakeland their second undefeated season

Adelaide, the U.S. had won been selected, after careful Senior High gym against Man In the league The Planters

the Cup only twice since 1950. screening to participate In a tee's Hurricanes On Feb already have clinched

It was galling for American flve-year program calling for 28-21 they will host the Group their second straight title.
YOHN FAMILY DOES IT AGAIN John Yoh".I.ft. and his
their application 10 months I, Class AA Region III tourney
tennis to be to so subordinatefor witha of each year. No one I I' to meeting King In the see undo, Chorlio Yohn, diltloy 1) ben thty hooktd .t lake Floret .nvorlotorod On the other hand Coach DonMiller'a
so long a country sewedup
Red Devils have
population of less than 11 be taken out of high school: end game on Feb. 28 with 5 w.,"'. They ware tfihlnt out of The lair! Woll. N*
On the contrary the maintenance Winter Haven and Brandon motror how Boot the flung gets, this Is on ovtrtgo corch for the the spot
million. of a satisfactory scholastic GREAT SCOTTI-Tntte nlno sparks. wore hauled I I" .r D. I. playing In the opener. The Yokn fomilr./ Coach Miller will select his

Australian domination was standing Is mandatoryto Dlckion S. Ttnnouoo "' .."..., Lokolond, from Scott lake out of two winner play Feb. 21 forth starting five from Garth Hess

to abaolute that from 1958 qualify. The Isle Wall Ht sad Miiiouri minnows, ..... May totoltd 12Mpounds. group crown and a berth Jimmy Walls, Ron Nelson
through 1962 there had beenan Tony Meador Jack Cline, John
In the regional tourney the following -
Each candidate for the
all-Australian final In our week at Chamberlain Monte Paces Galloway Dink Rhodes, Ralph
championship annually, ex course was required to passa Harden Tony Silver and Stan

cept In 1959, when a player rigid physicial examination. FISHING-HUNTING gym McDonald. Hess Walls Nelson
from down under won the Natural coordination, quickness ri! Coach Sonny Powell Indicate
title as usual The Wimble of movement and reaction t no change In his starting linei get the opening call.

don championship too was mentality and desire are Squirrel Quail : ;<.i: with Paul Jackson at center:; Santa Fe WinBy
carried off by an Australian the prized qualities and at. Dan Sherman and Joe Shelnuti Probably starters for Plant
each year with the exception tribute A knowledge of forwards; Bob Oenbrink ant City will be Danley Mike
' of 1959. chess 1* required but previous '. Kenny Deal guards. Rollyson, the team's leading
tennis experience is not. Seasons Near End Terry Lanier, who tossed In JACK FLOWERS School gym in a nonconferencehigh : scorer, Gary Watson J. D.
The closing of the gap set The 20 players will receive A !4 :2) points In a wild second hal Assistant Sports Editor school basketball game. Ayscue, and Rick Ward

In prior to the Challenge professional instruction from scoring spree when the Panth With hlgh-scoring center Mario Pinecrest outscored Monte Kathleen will close: out Ha

Round at Adelaide. At Wim Dick Skeen, director of the By FRED W. JONES era lost to Lakeland at Lakeland Monte almost single handedly 39.35. In running his season total at home Friday
bledon, McKinley became the course. Formerly a ranking Fishing Hunting Editor $641, will be one of the outscoring the opponents Coach output to 463 points for 20 out regular the Lake Wale
tint player of this countryto player he has had a big suc Plant forwards with Cuban John Mack's Santa Fe Catholic ings Monte dumped In 17 field night
win there since 1955. At Probably all you hunters are well aware that quail and and free throw.It High Highlanders.
cess as a coach. Kramer Crimson Hawks established a goal one
Olondo the
refugee George at
squirrel hunting ends Sunday night this is the last week '
Forest Hills Frank Froehl-
Pauline BeU and Louise other spot Stan Moor and one-game school scoring record brought the Crimson ,
Ing III, who beat Emersonin for this season but we'll remind you again. Plnecrest 90-39.1 16-S for the --- --
Brough have been among his Jimmy Reader will share center in overpowering Hawks to season.It .r
an early round stood as pupils If you're a newcomer to this state after the qauit and duties with Manny Garcia last night at the Kathleen High' was the ISlh loss In U starts

our first representative to There will be Instruction on squirrel season closes only rabbits and unprotected animals and Paul Goldlng or Stewart for Coach Bill Broxson's Pine-

gain the final round since the the court and In blackboard and birds may be taken until the opening of some special Lippe at guards Rebels Overtake crest Pilots, a member of the \

same year. Australia, almost session*. Required readingof Powell Indicated that followIng Tampa Bay Conference.In i I

unbelievably, failed to placea works by masters of tech- TAM/a .AY TIDtS W.ds d.l' /N. IS. IM4 Huh <'* >S a mea the close of the regular season : Florida 97-91 the Jayvee contest the Baby I
., -I: z
u .m4 *" ** oN m l.a MM. 0114
in the quarter final was n55. 5
man nique and tactic will be as r.n nNa kM ..m. I/.... HI' ..N, II,i* ...... Friday night, he would mov Hawks increased their record to
for the first time since 1950. signed Equipment, uniforms ,,, J J two or three players up fro; OXFORD Miss (AP-A sec 18.3 by turning back the Pine- r

The Inroads of professional and playing facilities will be spring turkey gobbler hunts in certain counties In northwest, the Destroyers for tourney play; and half rally by Mississippi crest junior ..varsity 57.24, with i

tennis-the loss of such amateurs furnished free and travel expense northeast and central Florida. The open season for these Radio Station WLAK with Ec I I Monday night overcame a Florl,Tommy Cox leading the way

as Rodney Laver, Ken-v will be paid when the special gobbler hunts Is from March 28 to April 12. Cain doing the play-by-play account da halftime lead giving the Ole with 24 points. s

neth Rosewall and Lewis players compete in tourna In Florida rabbits are classed as game! animals but there will broadcast tonight',s Miss Rebels a 97-91 Southeast Santa Fe never trailed In the
Hoad have been responsible ments. Plant Broadcai ern Conference basketball vlc contest and there was never
f II no closed season on the species so they may be hunted all game at Gym. t
in part for the ebb In Australia and Harry Hop time will be 7:55: p.m. torv. much doubt which way the game
Australia's fortunes Just as man are forewarned. year.Florida's The Florida Gators overcamea was going when the Crimson
hunters also in that have the
the exit of Pancho Gonzalez are "lucky" we Rebel lead midway through Hawks jumped off to an eight-

t and Jack Kramer the (Arthur Daley, who regularly unprotected species which may also be hunted the year round the first half and built up a 15 point advantage before the visitors
.1 amateur ranks had td70 the writes Sports Of The and which can furnish some real sport. Many of our unprotected Largo Upsets point lead. The half ended wild could find the scoring 4'q

American decline. Times is on a brief vacation species are classed as game animals in other states Florida In front 5645. : range.

They are continuing to develop I .) Unprotected animals and birds in Florida Include: bobcat The high Rebel scorer was Monte had plenty of help In

many young players of red and grey fox raccoon, opossum nutria skunk flying Lakeland Five Donnie Kesslnger with 34 points., the point department from Mike

high promise down under andIt CLAY LISTONTO squirrel English sparrow, armadillo, crow, rats mice, bats, Brooks Henderson led the Gator Mohler and John Stanton who tSUPERSONIC

Is no time for complacencyin moles, shrews and buzzards. team with 27 marker chipped in with 13 points apiece

the U.S. The Cup was regained WEIGH-IN The Game and Fish Commission reminds all Floridians TAMPA-One of two Lakelan.d The Rebel are now 5-6 In Every Crimson Hawk who
entries was eliminated last nigh! t 8 Il\ for the played hit the nets for points
SEC competition -
by the narrowest mar that all other species of bird and animal, not listed a* unprotected
gin. Holding it will be just TOGETHERMIAMI are fully protected by both state and federal laws from the Tampa IndependerBasketball t icason. Florida i II 48 In SEC except David Vernon. Dennis
Tournament th and Mark Misiaszek
as Newton
and 10 8 overall.Cincinnati. I
as difficult. They emphasize that the protected list Include all hawk and second -
Largo Merchants upset were the playmakers for Santa
Along with Australia, Mexico BEACH (AP-Heavy.) owls, and all alligators and crocodiles.We seeded Polk Electric, 65-61 I II Fe and thrilled the small crowd

whose Rafael Osuna became weight boxing champion Sonny would like to emphasize that buzzards are unprotectedand the opening round of the meat i Scores with their ball-hawking.

the first player of his Llston and contender Cassius may be taken the year round. For some reason many the Trailer Park gym eAt A 'Royal' Pace Donald Dixon and Ronald I

country to win our champion Clay will weigh-in together for people insist buzzards are protected but this Is not true. Richard Barley led the lo* Corbett led the losers with II
will be NEW YORK (AP) The top
ship last September their Feb. 25 title fight come Ing Polk Electric cause with points each.
threat. Brazil offensive machine In the National -
a is coming dangerous up Into the picture. what may Buzzards Do More Damage Than Good 26 points and Ed Hardagai Basketball Association belong Santa Fe outscored PinecrestIn C"'TCH-Thl.
added IS. field 41.14. From the
Spa I In, France Sweden Germany, Commission The Miami decided Beach I Boxing with a Probably the Mason for this Is the fact that buzzards were The Lakeland quintet trailed!I l. to Cincinnati' streaking foul line goals the, Pilot had an ought tin-pound by, RUM sli-ounce Lefts,bits urine was e"Ssparsoslo"
India ,
England, long believed be However It 3323, at halftime but and South straight face Monday night that to helpful scavenger was surge The Ohioan unbeaten In the 11-8\ edge. plug In 0 pit cut
Italy Yugoslavia ,
Africa, all have one or more the rival could attend together discovered that they did more damage than good-by spreadIng back to outscore Largo 38.32, i ii,n last 12 games Including Monday Coach Mack's Crimson Hawks of CI..I.".. HolsMt Boulovord.H .

players each.A without serious danger to either diseases among domestic livestock. the last two quarters. night's 129-113\ victory overt will close out their regular season was fishing cut of Tho But
strong The other Lakeland entry, top;10 at the Lakeland
) Friday night
party. Therefore, a person who would like to sharpen up his in Woll.
lead the NBA
of the San Francisco
good part expla seeded Dick's Auto Sales I
Junior High with Melbourne
nation for Australia's supremacy Liston's advisor, Jack Niton shooting eye during the off season can do so, and be doing scheduled to play In the fin I,I four departments, thank to Catholic. gym

over the years has had requested separate weigh- his fellow citizens a favor at the same time, by shooting downa game of the first round tomoi,_ heavy Individual contributions SANTA r*

been its intensive, long-range ins. He said the champ was angry few of these repulsive creature row night by amazing Oscar Robertson. ..c,...." ra 1 OTA a rr.* ALPACA SWEATERS
of development for at Clay and might "knockout Rabbits, although classed as a game animal In this state, League statistic through last ...*... a I H
program .
players in their early teens. the kid at the welgh-In." have no closed season because they are so numerous In most Sunday' games show Cincinnati Mont.J. ,.ni.A :: :: : i it =; I 30% OFF

Some have left high school to Clay's trainer, Angelo Dundee areas as to constitute a nuisance. Thus we have some more TAMPA WINS ahead in total points points per 5,5,5,555.....h''.. . I 1 i to
devote themselves entirely to said the whole idea was unprecedented good sport for the taking. TAMPA (AP-The Unlvers I I. game field goal percentage and :'.h 5,5,5.5, :: :: : : a 1 J J iij BURTON-ATLANTIC

a tennis career. and ridiculous Raccoons, oposiums, bobcat and foxes, also considered ty of Tampa basketball aqua i assists The Royals are second v..... . .. ..! 2 ..! j HINSON BAGS 30% OFF

The U. S. has Us Junior "If Liston is afraid to face' game in tome states, are unprotected here because of their outclassed a weak Rollins College !1 1o I In rebounding and third In free TOTAL' //NlCN, 4' .If 14 00FTA I
development program but it my fighter he said "you can abundance.In team 99.88 Monday night twin throw percentage. PO f-TKI Fr>TSJ
II 1i
5. 4 I
has never encouraged a player assure Liston that I won't let this connection It I II to be noted that these conditions its second game thIS teiion's ,- Robertson is the Individual 0511,4.5., . ... I a I 1Lasna. 1/2
.. .. .... a a a I .
to sacrifice his educationfor Clay hurt him. I 22 starts. leader in foul shooting with any Cora' .. .. .. 4 II WEDGES,
to Both bear and
are subject change. panther not long i
Clay said that ago Sumn.. .. .. ... 1 1 i a
the courts. Meanwhile, b .854 mark in assists with 683.
success on The Spartan were sparked : .. .. ..
also on the unprotected list now are considered game animals m |hrtor 2 ..! ..! I ODD CLUBS price
into the ring
when he climbs Francisco's
Every member of the team Chuck Andrews who tipped In 3 4 and Is second to San .4 I4 55
and have full round, Totals at II
that went to Australia is a with Liston "I'm going to walkover protection the year Mints, hitting on 40 per cent c,f Wilt Chamberlain In the point by ."....r.
to his corner push him out We might also tell newcomers and remind oldtimers his field goal and 91 per ce rat, race. The Big 0 Is averaging 5 I.n'......_re. ao f 111 II II 21 hasDNI.IIsCOIN -00 OPEN

Hosts of the way and use his resin that Florida law requires a hunter to have the written per- From the foul line. He also lei,i 30.9 points per game; Wilt Is any L.wn. 8:30 A.M.-11:00 P.M.

Mulberry box." mission of a landowner if the area being hunted is fenced or with It rebounds.AUBURNDALE. hitting at a 36-point clip. *
Clay added that when the bell posted.
TBC Event
Cage rings, he will stop clowning and This Is an old law not ordinarily enforced but It Is necessary POLK ROUNDUP Santa Fe Scoring @aCENTER

Undefeated start fighting. to have the oral permission of a landowner in order to !

Hernando MULBERRY is favored- to take the "I'm still working. I've got a hunt on his land legally Auburndale Lake Wales 5.5.. .. .. ao 00 I.. PT of PTI 4."
lot of stuff I haven't used before ....... . .. ao u J4 11.a .
Tampa Bay Conference Basket .'..M. .. .. ., at U Je 171''
ball Tournament which opens -left hand uppercuts and some From Grape Hammock Fish Camp on Lake Kisstmmee, :5.s .:: : : 21 :; I; la 1,5Mcl.T55 ,

Thursday at the Mulberry High other stuff. north of highway 50, come a photo with this Information Meet In 'Must' ContestHornets Moo.""' n l2 ao 21 I.10 .'
later .1 1740 New Tampa Hwy
of fight
"In some my O. 'ull........ 5 n
School gym.Hernando. "Glen Moore and Mrs. Durrance and eon Joe, caught this R ...... II I. a..rn.n
been looking bad on "
I purpose.
sports a 19-0 overall Liston wouldn't fightme. string of fish in Lake Kissimmee (speckled perch) and Joe The Au Eye .500 .m.. ... II a .I 1, I.III.

record and leads the conferencewith Otherwise scared death. ." is holding the swamp rabbit he caught on the trip." burndale High Bloodhounds host Pull....... 1 Jami. Jackson,
a 7-0 mark. He' the Lake Wales High Highland- HAINES CITY Battling tend < Touts 11 SOS J. lit! Golf Professional

Host Mulberry is 12-9 for all ers at 8 p.m. today In a South- the season with a .500 South r.c T..r.m. II.*.t......ttt tluO 0..amN t.m.. games and 4-3 in the league Brown-Bird Win rt west Florida Conference "must west Florida Conference won. 7n l 1... _---,

standings. Shuffle Tourney cage contest for both teams. lost mark, the Haines City High
First round games Thursdaywill Coach Bill Alexander's host Hornets entertain the Hardee

pit Mulberry against East H. B. Brown and Scott Bird quintet needs the victory to re High Wildcats at 8 p m. today. II

Bay at 1-30:: p.m.; Zephyrhills teamed to win the tourist shuffle lain Its grip on second place A loss tonight would ruin the Il I

meet Pmecrest at 3:30: p.m.; tourney and the trophy prize while Lake Wales "must" win Hornets' chance of reaching that IlIItiIJ l

Turkey Creek plays Gulf at 7 Saturday at the Civic Center to day In contention for an SWC .500 goal Haines City Is 5.7 In Il

p.m.; and Hernando battles courts with a 37-6 victory overC. first division berth. the SWC. Ilardee trailing sec.
Brewster Tech at 9 pm. B. Crowell and Adelaide ond-place Auburndale by one Cupboardbare

The winners of Thursday'snight Humphreys.. game, needs a victory to re-
WH Hosts Bartow
games will face each Crowell-Humphreye earned a + main In the runnerup running..
other at 7 m. Friday followedby b ?
p set for finishing sec
Beverage t WINTER HAVEN The Bar.
the winners of Thur daY'1afternoon Iof
1 ond. tow High Yellow Jackets and Mulberry Romps
matches at p.m.
Is I Brown-Bird earlier defeated the Winter Haven High Blue

scheduled The championship for 8 p.m. contest Saturday. Mike Karr and Cheater De- Devils tangle at 8 p.m. today MULBERRY MulberryHlgh'l .. OASH? = =
5044. tuned
Baugh here in an inter-county: non-con up
I A field of 11 courts was In ference basketball scrap the Tampa Bay Conference tour

play. The Yellow Jackets put their nament which they host begin

8-9 overall record on the line nlng Thursday with a non.con-

Miami High Tops against the Blue Devils' 4-K ference victory over the For
landing Meade High Miners 7247. Now's the time to restock for the

State Cage Poll Eddie Murphy paced the win new year. When you NEED CASH .

I MIAMI (AP) Miami High Rochelle Quintet had with 18.20 points Loren and Stokes Larry led Hagan the for any reason you'll like our

,continues atop the Miami Her Rolls Over BartowWith losers with 11\ and Larry Mitchell fast friendly confidential service andyou'll
school ,
ald' weekly high : prep
had 10 for the Miners
like the monthly paymentsyou
school basketball poll with 170 the five starters hittingin
points with a record of 18-1 THISI ARE NOT .T..ICI.L-T.. three bass wen cought double figures, Roc hell l e It ended Mulberry's regular can choose to fit your budget.
with 13-9!
St. Petersburg stayed in second ortiflciol worms korvotii ......I.,, sad Mulberry.'. H. C. bombed Bartow, 78.54, last nighton season record. competition a Stop in to see us. Let's talk it over.

place and has a record of .I 1701 S. Line*!*, Ukoknto1. was Hit fithornto out of Th. its home in a Southwest coat .'.D'-N..,.. 1.1-7. 5.r.
Florida: Conference Negro high wick >.0-4. .,l.r I-0-t. ......11 1I ._
10-1 while Tampa Hillsborough .. Wail.Lakeland.
it 1. ", ...h... 1.0-10. "U..... a H. HOW MUCH CAN YOU USEr
(18-1) is third and Riviera Beach 1- --- school basketball game, 1Nh55 S.I-II. T.1.I U.8-47. -
i only major unbeaten team in the Roosevelt Pugh led the Rochelle "..". .4..1 55Y-Mur.h_. ,...... .10..4. : M...Me... -Monthi"'JmentJ I- far COMMERCIAL

state with 22-4, Is fourth. Scores BOWLING attack with 21 points followed -I-o-a..5.55. M.'-._..'.'H.::0-1'..... a.0-4.MNr 10-1 w..... ou Est 24 Me. 11 Me' 12 Mo.
which boasts a by James McCaster 18, a.0-4. T.,.'. 11.0-ri.
Miami Beach Soccer ..... w. IYILNNIN j100 S1U,09
67-63 triumph over Miami Highis Victory Charlie: Abrams, 16, Robert M55N 0 10 14 14-41II CREDIT
.. It 24-11
fifth, followed by Orlando Ev- Lakeland defeated St. Peters OUBSNS CLASSICWON LOST Hamilton, 11, and James Foster Mulb.rrr 11 200 $11.86$14.59j 20.14
Beach burg 2-1, Sunday afternoon at I. M. 80 O. fruN c. {> >l 0. James Berrins' 21 points 800 17.79 21.88 80.21
and. Cocoa, Daytona a. .. ... 4. 11441t
Mainland, Jacksonville Paxon the John Cox field to remain un- a. J.5..nn/.O5,,,,.r )5'i,were high for Bartow. I 400 23.48 28.96 10,08I LOANS IHC
4. thus ti. l's. .,'
and Pensacola High In that order beaten after two games and -NaMr,1ull ."" ., P Ns: .,..: Rochelle also captured the i ij@P.1.AGENCy I 600 84.39 42.66 9.311 r

take over the lead in the Florida .?.." IMlrdual ....... /Ne .,.... junior varsity contest 48.35. i LOANS UP TO $600

SEVEN. WITH SHINERS State Soccer League .MM...h T.... ..m.. M. 80 O. /rui I Rochelle is 15.7 for the season
Chorlio Fis.tte.e 1250 Morjorlo SJH TO PLAY LJH Frank Eisenchenk and Steve O.N.In. .'T"HI SWIM, M. A O. lruN and its next game will be 309 S. TENNESSEE AVE.

St., L..I.../, covfhr awes Southwest Junior High will,Jacobs( scored the goals for,CeO' 1411.I 100 QAMIS (tomorrow night against Pinedas. PH. 682.4141 2407 S. FLORIDA AVENUE
21 paada.ut.eOh. meet Lakeland Junior High in Lakeland. The Lakeland club I /Nn Y.... ,MIl High at Clearwater. Next home
kM, mitrimf ... fco Rtprtiontmffifsa
Saddle Creak oiH, minikiHrs a basketball game at (::30 p.m. I will compete Sunday in a six- Li. .........n..O. .... Tait., .--...... game will be with E O. Douglas A-.,,,.,,
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for you to take all of those .., ',' ... r' f!. .1,
necessary if considering expensive .. ,... ;
new ideas with which you have .. "" ... :
become amusement Make I 1'>, iJ..I'" .
so recently Imbued .
and to make a point to reduce sure is worth It Turn on that : ..If .. ,,:.,Ii>. ,

natural charm with others- .. ,
them to a financial and materially -
workable foundation you have fine magnetism you \.
and basis You have fixed consequences hardly ever use ,

that CAN be goodor SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov

difficult, depending on how 21)) Conceding to wishes of
conscientious you are In your kin may require that you ask SEARCH FOR NEW CAREER LEADS TO JUNGLE S..rcfi. I HoP61bu'u. EN tlt')6uR) THANK s ,q 6 ,

approach some favor of a bumptious log for now cer... In the moviti lands 15551 Mortholl Tfivmpionto t SIrY IN t7t1R f107tar, SiR, a

partner. Don't hesitate to do the jimgloi .( Viet 101..... H.'. pictured. ,In his .t..I". .. se e r R
ARIES March 21
( to April
so This breaks the ice and Marts, Carps mojor fighrlnf 01 B .....11I. in thli Mint from "A
19) You have had fine Ideas
given and you get backing you need Tank In" You con't .* pliying. (uvonllti when, .
you can now put
them into operation quickly. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to tofu. lot pay; hair," add! Thompson In Mplnlnlna' why, ho want'

i Be sure not to deviate from Dec. 21) Fine day for buyingand bit lh. Jonglw U film the picture.
accepted course of action. Improvements selling, though you may r 1 I '
to property In. have to tire yourself out I p
crease security too somewhat. Take time to make Search For New Career Ne It

out accurate statements
TAURUS (April 20 to May
20) Don't forget to make collections Learn to have a love for gimmicks
Leads Actor To
figuresCAPRICORN. Viet NamBy tsar,
on any work you have ] 1= "."
done or monies lent out. Be (Dec 22 to
1 health Jan 20) You have talents not
get Improved.
from the local Industry He also
Your success in the coming even tapped yet which can be
days depends largely upon put to work now to increase Movie-Televlslon Writer used a cameraman, special AFORE I ANNOUNCE THE MAY I REMIND YEfc tHAT BEIN THE J
HOLLYWOOD (AP) "You effects man and two actors Ht
your state of health your abundance. Become PROCEEDS O'THE RAFFLED PROMOTER WAS NEVER _*
highly active In them. Know can't go on playing juveniles from the Philippines 3t IN THE FIBST PLACE...
GEMINI 21 June when hair
(May to you've got gray ,
the of "I had
joy accomplishment, hoped to shoot the
21)) Time utilized to reasons Marshall Thompson.'That .
prepare happiness in your labors. picture in five weeks," said
yourself for a new modus helps explain his search =

operand! In your dally endeavors AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb for a new career a quest that in Marshall the only' Caucasian
brings assured success 19)) Your desires and those of took him deep into the junglesof the company U took seven

Use utmost precision. kin are at variance, so a spiritof Viet Nam.Marshall The language barrier was enormous -

Courtesy and gentility la the cooperation is necessary is the tall slender We had to move the location

keynote with others United efforts can raise standard actor who played many a boy. every 10 days ;

MOON CHILDREN (June of living now Be optimistic next-door at MGM a decade Gunfire With Love Scenes -=

enthusiastic ago. He left the lot to play the
I 22 to July 21) Follow your intuition "The authorities said we were
and show loyalty to PISCES (Feb 20 to March independent field as well as safe In Saigon but they couldn't

\ those who respect you and 20)) Knowing what it Is you tar In the "Angel" television assure our safety outside. We I

vice versa Be sure to take want to accomplish you have erles But as strands of gray, were shooting from 9 to 30 i sets + ..

time to take inventory of your only to get an early start today began to creep into his blond miles outside the city, and we f
possessions See where YOil and you will meet with thatch, he realized he needed anew got used to hearing the puppuppup -

can Increase and improve success Labor intelligently dynamic In his career of gunfire during a WORRY CLINICTenderHearted Comedienne

.J same Get full support of big.wigs. "I wanted to make a movieof love scene, I Singing Says .

LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) Be IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN my own-to" direct produceand "The reason we had to move
j act In It, he said "I fig
grateful when partners point TODAY he, or she, will red the best chance to hit the every 10 days was simple We Or Women Naturally FunnyBy
\ that it Is to
out not necessary comprehend basic principles market would be to make a were being watched by the Viet I
be so generous with others so under which one can operate Cong at all times. Our scouts

that payments can be madeon well at an early age and good; And war story that was time- figured It took the Viet Cong Tender-Brained ? BOYLE cause where else could you sing
ly. what could be
time. Don't fly off the while the nature has an In. i more five days to our where.'
report NEW YORK AP them in saloon
timely than the war in Viet ( ) Dorothy except a -or in
handle. Backers will be impressed teresting quality of the pixie : abouts to headquarters and five
Nam?"' By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. Loudon Is a singing comedienne your living room?"
favorably In it. there Is much practicalsense days to return with troops'Once who washes her hair three timesa I

VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept 22) here, plus a delightful Neighbor Finances It the company didn'tmove CASE R-486: Alan B., aged would reduce the "fire" and;; week knows 1,500 saloon She rocketed to national atten.

By carrying through with sense of humor. The ability. He collaborated with a wrIteron soon enough Marshall 18, Is the college freshmanwho thus lower the temperature. songs, enjoys riding on department I tion as a bright new television

.4 plans as scheduled, you make to speak clearly on almost a script which seemed workable said he felt a burning sensationon wanted to know why we George Washington doc store escalators and loves guest star in 1962

big strides forward. Don't. get any subject Is excellent, so be Then there was the matterof his back and discovered he refer to the heart even yet as tore, even in 1799 also bled train trips so much "I always Dorothy who is still a bachelor -

restless and Make spoil I of your sure to plan the finest education financing. Marshall happened had been grazed by a rifle shot If it were the teat of our the Father of Our Country and cry when they are over" girl, recently bought herself!
chances. use new possible
have found for to discuss his plan with a well lone actor was shot through the thinking may have caused his death by In a business In which many an old brownstone house on the
system you "
efficiency heeled neighbor hand "Dr. Crane I Iha their misguided Idea. performers become as woundup Upper East Side She likes to

greater "If you've got that much faithin Marshall came back to Hollywood added "we I Because our hearts beat fast as tops, she has remained paint, write her own comedy

Grove Park I ThunderstormsForecast the project I'll put my money with 55,000 feet of film peak of people I cv and even "pound" during emotion breezily normal and non.neurotic material, cook and sew For

Shopping Center into it." said the neighbor ,which he fashioned into a feature as softhearted [ the ancients had a dou She has her own theory as years she sewed all her own

For So Marshall embarked for the Both Allied Artists and or tenderhearted ble reason to believe the heart to why there are so few successful clothes.

Philippines, where he intendedto MGM wanted to release it, but or chicken. was the center of personality.
BARGAINMATINEE shoot the film The Viet Nam he chose Allied because he figured hearted orhardhearted They did not know that the Women Really Funny her philosophy:

North FloridaMIAMI consul there persuaded him that a smaller company would J blood circulated but thought it best and I
"Do the can,
50c ti/Eps.. it; would be possible to make give the film more push. It has etc just would ebb and flow like "Women' are naturally funny, don't other you people to do I

CMON.HOW Th.u 1'11'.1' (AP) The Weather, the movie in the actual locale. been titled "A Yank in Viet I' "And clergymen the tides of the ocean. but people don't give them a better expect than their best Even. I

Bureau Issued the following severe The film company Nam" and will be released witha make ap-l It wasnt till Dr. William chance because they don t tries Some make it. some
MOWS AT moved to Saigon, where he en Van Heflin film and want them to be funny," she body
I.00.1:I*.S 2r thunderstorm forecast for: war "Cry of I Peals even DR. CRANE Harvey treatise in 1628 that don't. But everybody tries."
listed a crew and equipment Battle talk about bow. said.
:10 t 40 Portions of northwest and proof of the circulation of the
ing down our heart before "Who are the funniest men
north Florida: was established
God. comedians? The ones who talk

Extreme southeast Alabama: Actress Makes "Why do we use such terms about-- women- Cuban Agents
Extreme south Georgia: Journey "But; there Is funnier
CLIPI' JANC when we know it is the brain nothing

ROBERTSON FONDA "A few severe thunderstormswith that Is the
_IM coLon damaging surface winds From Pakistan To TVBy ?" TodayIn ing her insecurity. Audienceslove '

and hail are expected this morn a woman performer who Is
STARTS THURSDAY ing from 6am. (est) until noon I seemingly Insecure. They don't In Venezuela
YESTERDAY I told that
rr.n wnnnl w.IrY rmv. .,. in the area 40 miles either side BOB THOMAS said "But they made me feel Aristotle, our you Greek want her to come on like an
pioneer "
of a line from 40 miles south of AP Movie Television Writer atomic explosion CARACAS Venezuela (AP) -
welcome. The Pakistani psychologist, thought the heart
are avery History She
: Dothan, Ala.. to Jacksonville never ceases kidding herself -
President Romulo Betancourtsaid
un- Rosemary was the center of our being.
I'' rt Fla" warm friendly people. during her act, but she Is
DeCamp has made the (ran. And he could puncture all By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday that Cuban agents,
of the best
"They seemed very eager to one pros In her field Venezuelan .
AT THE THEATERS sition from Pakistan to Petti learn about drama, even though the arguments that college students I Today Is Tuesday, Feb 18.'today-and: one of the best.liked although stifled have by tough
coat Junction" with the action, not given
'I ease they have very little opportunity normally raise in defense the 49th day of 1964 There are by her fellow performers
that has marked her their to make this
always up attempt
"riLMLAND / .INypilnvitona "SvordTHIATI to display their talents. There of the brain. I 317 days left in the year. During her childhood In Clare- .
Tod Cubi and
acting career dead oil rich South American nationa
In mm >w>nii was You can appear to be I mont N.H. she '
no language barrier since Today's highlight in history yearned for a
OnOYt Miss known In when brain : Soviet beachhead
DeCamp best is not workIng I
Today and rumorow undar la Plow most speak English as a hangover your On theatrical career. She quit Syra-
g tyEN5.r Ysr." films for Mother Cohan In from the British ." Aristotle could argue, this date in 1688 the first ( "All' efforts to establish a Soviet
L..K.L..D DIIIY..IN days cuse University at the end of
Torta 'sit-. ....\" and "WNn4rnr. Yankee Doodle Dandy" and In "yet you may still recover if I recorded public stand against her beachhead here have failed
Haopn.d to Rah r. Jenr'" television for "The Bob Cummings Kissing Prohibited"In slavery In the American colonies sophomore year. but he
POLN your heart has meanwhilebeen "I found rool they have not stopped,
Today. throuah 8I1Urd. Vlo. Show," was doing a was taken in Germantown I aid. "Many Cuban are
tori.. some plays I had to make beating ology and trigonometry neitherof agents
r Today"OK"Jurt TMUT.II On'. Mora(...and ira) "Da4 "Petticoat"* only days after returning -concessions for local custom In "But when your heart stops, Pa. The taken vote against slaverywas which seemed to be helping now jailed but others are still
a.,l from a three.month tour 'The Glass Menagerie' I had to you are finished and dead!" at a meeting of in the streets"
.. ., me much toward becoming an
LVE" MOON DKIVC' 'INTh members of the '
TodaUatUi Hrr" 8h. I Miol" and for the State Department. change the kissing scene, since "Dr. Crane" you may ask, Friends Society of actress," she said.
HJ Toss CITSAUNUR.DALIEhilt "The trip was a rare and public kissing is just not done. "then what function did Aristotle Quakers. So she came to Manhattan TRADE PACT SET

VE N ONa 'Hide the HUH Count."chorodo", 'Dd wonderful I experience" she The actor kissed the girl's hand ascribe to the brain?" took 'dramatic lessons, danced LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) -

41101 AVON BAR PARK-Outdoor-H'la X."(the'han Man. "wltll commented "It made me realize .and even then she pulled her Well, he had noticed that it On this date: briefly in a chorus line soon Pakistan Is negotiating a com

R"INFa X-R., trreCITYLake" and "FlI.hl Hula 10 'Char.. how much has to be doneto sleeve down so his lips wouldn't was always gray In color and In 1849 the first steamship found herself singing and play. irehenslve trade agreement
tATTAAETIOF8 "Bet ," keep those friends touch her skin cool the touch on regular service between .
LAKE tcl? and avrr LaTt with the naturally to New ing the piano In small cocktail with the Soviet Union, Commerce
TonlfM'i Tk. Nl.kfTo Prop'WALRa-1tBtntei, i lour Years Ago "It was only when we wentto when it was examined after York and California arrived In lounges. Minister Wahid-ui.Za.
PLANT CTY-CarenrNlto "Loin with the
h Oar T* Movkjf M s uss. : "war: 1. Hell" East Pakistan that we felt death. San Francisco; most of the man told Radio Pakistan In an
PLAN ; Btarl'u The 8a< .tSLHllINO The actress said the trip Lounges Are Saloons
There crew deserted to join the
end "I e ii Crra4re" some hostility you can gold interview Monday. Pakistan ha-
:York -rlotWa: ieSKd.. In New evolved through friendship withan :see the results of Radio Peking SO ARISTOTLE decided the rush "Other people call them signed trade agreements with>

$lfb'dLAST SEBRINO "_ Baton. M Palm SnrlniWrrkrnd American cultural officer. which floods the area with propaganda brain was simply the cooling In 1861, "Dixie" was first cocktail lounges call them saoons Red China and YugoslaviaINCOME .
and 'Mourl Traveler who was stationed in Pakistan.He .
WAVCHULA\ -P'o' ilk.uIit.. ; Nor.Pouf I.lor suggested she could speak chamber for the blood. used as a Confederate song at I she said "Over a three.
WINTER HAVEN-RI"n "'und., In I "It is disheartening to see Besides Arstotle would the Inauguration of Jefferson year period I think I played TAX
NITE! to school and theater '
AT TOO. II M wr'-I.tor: EN.n Dail: "The I while her husband Judge groups John Russia and China spending 10 argue "how could the centerof Davis as president of the Confederacy every saloon in the country
Prlw, and 'JuoA and the Anonult" times what we spend" she re the human be "I have a book of 1SOO songshat G.r your t.. err oorlyl
csawros.'STRAITJACKET' __ __ Shidler, could confer with legal personality a A Big Value Service
officials marked "There is so much to twin organ? In 1915, Germany began its my father and mother R. G. JENNINGS
PLUS AT sal N W "' be done over there and we just "And the brain has two official submarine blockade of taught me sentimental old .
.ITTf Davis 'That was four years ago aren't doing It." halves that look alike. Britain time tunes with a lot of melody. ..Ip.:..PN .alt Are MU .lIn
JOAN"WHAT CHAwrOKO I !II! she said I guess the State Department They're really saloon be rSnt5 ,..... to Pore fu ......
puts your name In a "But there Is only one heart, In 1939, the Golden Gate In

OWMIOWN barrel and waits. By the time so the heart must be the center temational Exposition openedin --.- -
TO IABY JANE? the tour was authorized and we :State Attorney of our so\il or personality" San Francisco
OPEN 12 45
: Many centuries later the
eesas ala ax got; to Pakistan, our friend was In 1943. Madame Chiang Kal
NOW SHOWING brain was finally voted to be
transferred."I O'Connell Won't'Ask of Nationalist China addressed -
at first: the the location for was uneasy Congress in Washington -
Tea.. was . I had done was 30 thinking
last teaching .
...... M.o will' is 1ft. ReElectionWEST But Aristotle's
LAST NITEJcobs h.neti.N..Nno years ago at Mills College, she argumentabout *
the twin hemispheres of
; sys-a_ hk. "THII VICTORSL ."
the brain still disturbed scientists Ten years agoThe British
liT.. 751, .AND 55.45JAM. ,,,NDIIII.TSW..IIT Prtttnt This Ad PALM BEACH (AP) government announced a big
oall State Atty Phil O'Connell of
defense for 1954-
So Des Cartes, great researcher appropriation
"TAKE HER, And. Kocoivomi Palm Beach and Broward coun

SHE'S MINE":: DESSERT ties said he will not seek re-elec. of the 1600 s. finally weapons 55 with and emphasis a reduction on in atomic land Just tell us how much money you need
tried to trace the center of the
tlon. bills for home
AT tOO ONLY With h.1I11I1 l Mool soul to a tiny organ in the 'orces pay Improvements car

"BATHE NOON MUOaON HYMN"In Serving O'Connell. who has held the middle of the brain. Five yean ago..,The U.N. repairs, vacations, for all your seasonal

11 :00 ..m,*2:00 ,.m, 95. post since 1939 said he plans to This was the pineal gland Security Council voted to turn expenses Phone for prompt service

5:00: ,.....:00 ,.11I. 1.55 return to private law practice.O'Connell's Since ft was not duplicated the question of ending U.N. LOANS UP TO $6OOFAMILY

FILM LAND Sander most famous pros. like the twin hemispheres, he trusteeship over the British

9iJVl 11 00 ..M..' ::00 ,.M. t 55 ecution was that of former Municipal said the pineal gland was the Cameroon in West > Africa to
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Judge Joseph Peel Jr. seat of the human souL the General Assembly, without
Family 1..1....... and Floyd (Lucky) Holzapfel for Moreover the life of the making any recommendation. I I

_LL COLON"OOIt..M WALT DIBNSY the 1955 murder of Circuit Judge body since ancient times has One year ago,..The AFL-CIO

'HOWNTAT" 15144 C E Chtllmgworth and his wife been looked upon as the blood Executive Council met In Bal

"Yallowitoit Cubi" I Peel Is serving two life terms Harbour, Ha, and approved a FINANCE SERVICE, INC.

Y.SHOWN' OAT 05.1fNr070"Sward I IEUAiI ROIRI iBtEl for the murders and Holzapfelis AND WHEN people had a fever resolution to reduce the workweek of Lakeland

I" sill Shllt." j I 2411 St. Florida AT*. awaiting death in the electric the old doctors simply let to 35 hours and increase 209 E. Lemon St.-Ground Floor . MU 7183

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I DEAR ABBY: You are my last hope. t am still looking DEAR LIKES You can If you want to, but almost anything r1 MERflNnw MJT'a.'ASfJ\ THATSKOTAL WHEW ITS A MATTER

! for a man I tnet in LaCrosse, Wn, during World War II. We elM would be more appropriate. UyOIFFtlUMT.I OF DUTY ALL LOYAL I Ih u -NO MATTER HOW
only spent one evening together, but It was the most wonder- FRANKLY, 50 WOULD PERMISSION! BRITONS MUST TASK IP

ful evening of my life All I know is that he had "HERB" DEAR ABBY: This is for Gordy's wife, who made excusesto OFFICER-ED I.'s 7URRAAPT TO KISS ANY | I RALLY'14OtJND!!

f tattoed on him and he's from Sioux Falls S. Dak. I thank her friend for the "strange looking designs" on her walls, HER KISS LAIrISHtP.7 BRITISH6UBJECTIM

you. instead of admitting that her husband threw food around when THE LINE / 'oV a

I CAN'T FORGET HIM he got mad. She said he threw a "potato fit" and tossed the OF DUTY'' .

screamed potatoes at her. My husband used to throw fits like n
went that.a-way. that too. He thought because I came from a strict Catholic

family and was taught that marriage was a cross I would

DEAR ABBY: I am going to be married soon and I want have to carry until death do us part that I would never leave e
him. But because I had to the cross didn't I had 0
small dignified carry mean
a wedding. I want to wear a suit and have
selected a beautiful black suit; but everybody I mention it to to let him crucify me on It. Well, he threw a kettle of hot

I tells me I shouldn't wear black because it Isn't "proper." chili at me. I called a witness and had him committed. Thank

Who made up that rule? I realize that black Is an unusual you. / ---U

choice for a wedding outfit, but I look better in black than I "FREE," Itf JOPLIN, MO.

do In colors (I am a silver blond). Would it be terribly ARE YOU AN TwoceAPPARITONP EVEN WITHOUT CLOTHES, YOUR WARMTH IS SAVING
wrong to wear black? If other people can get married on 22-year-old "girl" should not need her mother's permissionto REALIZING SUE CAN DO.OTHING VOU-VOU W14AT ARECAMI" HEAT LIKE A TALI( DEAR CHILD
horseback and under water, why can't I be married In black? fOR THE FALLEN BS THOSE RADIATOR.a u
shave her legs. You are of age They are your legs, and t3 MUSBANCl MOON MAID RCALfNOW 410RMP1w
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li-aa--Ta._ S.C.,.. C ..;.;;, ,...... M.; a. R. iht. Th TM. M.Mtewal ;. 18 Music hall. port. THAT TAKES CAM OC X YOU tMOULPI VOUfX> ..ANP FOR LISA: SHES HIS HEELS ABOUT MARINA THe PECISIOM I ,
II 1 M.C.. CenNnlr.t.n P.q I. Rsa Archbllihop.
._ ... a 0....s M...... Loot.1 O.oot I. 114 a OINYSIl 19 38 I THAT PR FULLt SAID THt7 / HAYS LET MC M k AOOP MO6PITAL ONE OF ID IMoIlOOII'p SETTER SELL HIM' PRETTY j
as--Nb i OL.Ye:. M."M L.nb ICI!!-.!! !- Digit. Kansas city. 57 Canadian c. PICK UP LISA WITHIN THE GO TO NEC! THE 66-ST.CUT IT COST MONEYXTO FAST PAULINO.' VOUlL FIND '
21 Female 40 Scope. 59 de C BACK AT THE HOSPITAL!

TI: monster. 41 Burst forth. Lenclol, Fr. >T 0a i

RADIO-DISPATCHED SERVICE 22 Balsam was 42 Excllmation. wit is beauty .

rebuked by U The 60 U. S. S. R. b r
A ear A* Your PhoneTV one. Expre8l. natlonall. 7 i rI

St.... Radii Color TV Specleliiri 23 Tree yielding 45 HlIStened. 81 18th C. P

I.pert Service en Appllontot fr Air Ceitditlontn caucho 48 Non-bouffe British IPY. ==

24 fortified. opera. 62 New convert :J':
I Ab.laRI.. NITE & DAY TV .,; (4 ( P
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Open 8 AM.9 P.M. Phone 686.21715 DOWN == 1

1 Cloak. 24 Hebrew Gr. Myth.
2 Margarines. 41 John --
-lovovtLllol "...,..........(.) ..... .......... prophet. -
f2 .Lovoo< Lifo 10' ......_...'.1 ..... ..... .......- Indispen 26 Frozen WE VE GOT TO "HllJ I I TELL A/IE ABOUT IT LAT6B DEAD SOMEHOW. III/
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a .rch Tome Truth or C. .h. Mnowl To< sable. Caldwell. ) "THEBES A SALE AT TUPBURY'S DON'T THINK 1
I ,. Truth or Conooo Pothor Knowo Ou dine* dessert.
: 00-0: ;! .L'.M Ne un.e r .a 1. re 1- 4 Exclamation 43 Public BIANDIF-- AND LAUNCH A V AND I PONT WANT TO BE LATE MY SPEECH HAP }
.. 1 Tolk ..... (,... Pod L... of t.tirSforM ./. of im 28 City or New ITS TIME WE SINLERC AND f .THE IMPACT 1 ,
Turnt ....OroiKho ....../,.. Won,* .. lpeaker. START CUTTING EFFECTIVE 5m ..
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a Wal l, UncIO. _Cri "!-Tr..".Ima.MY. auMrmen_ 10 Divers.
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12 Stock. 37 Clarinet 53 No Ger. dal lr
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I 13 ::-. DeoPraise .! : 38 Man' name 54 !Henry VU'

-TV-Channel3 Worth be to meaning VI. GOING TO THt AIRPORT!"*
God. "watchful. 57 Mortar. INCLUDING THIS, WHEN 161T 8ACKYOU'B scu Ll. ;

TAMPA 14 Shade trees. 40 Athena board. MORE. PROEWAS, YOU AM THE MHS JONCS! NOT EL HERLi I-0 ,YEYOU! '

a -.....TNI* IVININOJomy $1 Million 21 Glenn turned her 58 Unctuous y VINCCT .YOU'VE NAD ONt WHO I* "RUNNINGAN MIGHT UWCt A FORWARDING

.7 _a.--...u............. .....,." achievement Into a spider: substance.CRYPTOGRAMBy UHAtATINu DAY! /AioWwm JONES!>'NOW! ADDR H."INCA MORE OF
-,.... ... -..- StolenBRUSSELS I Solution to Puzzle I. COME FOR YOU!
Yesterday'a e ALONG AND LF.T ME /
i -............,_ ... CM11mY1.NM YOUR IROPIRTY
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II Is _00oc...onco. 0"I R.P.ItNTOMOaaow BELGIUM CAP) AHA IS 510A fAR'TrO '

I MORNNOS -A Rubens punting valued at
_Toko a Mumkorlo E. Sauls
t -Mulicol Intorlud a million dollars was stolen L I v N "retlAL
M Book PlrOO I t: R N 0 acJpa
II -Tho Novioata* during the weekend from the I-; PYLESIN HAYILSN; HALOS ,
10 al10 -'."..., '.. A C N 1
II.C.40-u.....00.t...Mollo .,. Brussels Museum of AncientArt. : : p ri TOPSTYLES.

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.It-TOMORROW MU.ICO! Interlude APTIBNOOMIt Museum conservator P.H. N N 1

I ao-Amaw c": nNsa Roberta Jones told newsmen
l . .. A Yesterday's cryptogram
._ .._N ........ the painting "The Negro'aHead
al-H....... .. .....eo the village a waiter elevated
a '_T... A NumN r was worth at least $1 A i.
.f fr
L Ia-Mu..... f.._' a million. 1k 45 lIE':' f3 f1 his eyebrows when we both '- { hE WOCIS s'e' sUTTIi OUiSN THIK WT.ST R DDfLN'' WHO \ Rif Tb HSVf LATe5TI0OPf

'I .s-o.asa .:';..:; .tn."n, War lollIMu. A W I A .. ordered shandygaffs. t MOmla WAC L5PTAT W1NN5R Miler WILL WINUOlTIWATJLY- 75501 PAIR/ \71000111 l \ AVOID PCTEiTP txyTHB
.Nfe'.ter'Wea The thief or thieves enteredthe HURT. ONCP f {a pereeNT UNLIM I Vf NAT | A TWIN* DEAN AND THS MAN
I S Se-.w aa- ', t... 14 / museum through a glass IE cu'ccw' THt WORD WHSH THE --ORA11PITUT6sT8 RULi uea vg PROM THE ACCOUNT$
'_L....S "M LN ft"I roof from a scaffolding on hOUSe -1/i 1./ell ( *PfiP THlCUlJHTHt Hl/UT I* W OsPAULT 7115 Moor cow TWO ClaM Jl r TOOK OfY

N-WON'_...,.... N .. es being built behind the muse CROW MOVING ANNOUNCiP'I VOT5* YIARe PLANI-1D RM9
.-" '" TOWARD THi MADPC AOpf TUB tHLT 111)
um. They climbed down a 20- Ms6 OYM THE 4 1-wOC LGS5N- ,

Roman Pontiff foot rope ladder, took the painting Johnson Girls Mrs. Bobby Baker *NOW aALI. j + osplrAL Jj
and escaped by the same '

Begins RetreatVATICAN route. Go TravelingBy Still I

Painting Not Salable Working

CITY (AP) Pope The painting by the 17th century THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I II I ;

Paul VI has begun a week-long Flemish master Peter WASHINGTON (AP) The WASHINGTON (AP) While''

retreat of prayer and meditation Paul Rubens, measures 20 by Johnson girls went traveling,the Senate Investigates the affairs I

2} inches. last weekend while their par. of her husband Mrs Bob-

The Roman Catholic pontiff Roberts-Jones told newsmen.. ents. President and Mrs. John. by Baker continues to work at -. = ..
went Into seclusion in the Vati- .
can after visiting the new, mod "The only thing which astonishes son, stayed at the White House. :her SII,75o.a-year job as records

ernistic church of St. Pmx X in me and which upsets me Nineteen-yearold Lynda Byrd manager for the Senate Internal 60 OuT SAY pON'T GO OUT WITHOUT
Is that people can take all this j
Rome Sunday the first Sundayof Johnson flew to Austin, Tex., Security Committee. T..AT YCLR iALOS.iH,ZsaD; You 6A7uNO /
trouble for
such well known
a .7Ui IKi )
Lent. It was the first of a work of art for which they will where she was maid of honorat I Mr*. Baker will not talk about AGAIN; -

aeries of Sunday trips he has find outlet. the of Kel what her husband I ti ZERO.w .
no This painting is wedding Carolyn Is doing or
scheduled during Lent, the 40-
day period of penance before not salable. lam, daughter of J.C. Kellam, the Investigation of his business

Easter. He added there were two men,who manages the Johnson fam-,affair She says their lawyer
__ on surveillance duty normally in ily's television station Miss Kel
..uu umnmnnnnnrrnnn has told them not to. .t
the museum, but that one of lam married Tom Curtis, an I Baker 1 II former of w f
A-l RADIO ,them was off duty Sunday Austin attorney, Saturday night. 'the Senate Democratic major r oA I

& TV SERVICE night. Lucy Bames the President's ity. I

J.moo M M...., OwnorOoy 18-year-old daughter, attended a ,
Mu'l'oaM..,.. ... I A two-cent piece was mintedby weekend of religious confer I A Cuban patriot living in a
MU 1 Illfr
: NU -
.N .. t P M. Plant. the United States from 1864to ences In Buck Hill Falls, Pa, New York rooming house de. z'Is
1873. with 400 other teenagers. ,:signed Cuba's flag (

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A TO BE OWNIRS. 01' 56 14 Schools 97 Artlclti For Sele-Mlse.
Wasted Female

in Hrrtlon ol 'h..or. for 50mmdclltnme FLORIDA LAROEST and enoit ANTIQUE ROSEWOOD Sole Corner .

NOTICE. OF BACIf 71T.I Hoi-Ida' Klalulea. entitled RATES WInDOWS. Siuminum aALUMAN. eec WANT .. modern beauty echeol, LtkilendBeauty cabinet" Mleoelleneoui' lUmi

"bitiirv tl. IKBI at 14:An MorldH l>lH|.oelllon, of I'nclnlmedProperly I tOme' .rb. repair. 5117cc. ,.... onelpune ptneflte. bo.pltall.eetlen BollMe. 111 *: Pine Bt I lae Hibritoa"Corner Florida Ave.DININO .

p m,. the underelvnea$ will eell nlrilhlle A. I." not lie I" hereby Stt Ft Yno.Winumoum Icon. .o.U. M pay S'Leunlrsotlno PAYROLL CLERKPneneiSninenoelnnominefiem iroup Ille accident and Cmpl..I, ..o.l. air eondl-

nurllnn fnr railh ml.. HMlf l i0oo thai the nereona Haled blow :. WordeMlnimvm MU ... I..u" h..IU. Apply B.rdo'. Dairy. .p'. 'O"n. MU "UI. 'UIT. S66, b. 111.hNt.
"n1 rr>0 triirk eeilel, DtMtl: apprar to be the ownerainplalined II IIGET ) MU 1-'la. I.m' .k Wlr Drive. uPIiAtVl41S octlp. co d. '11 no.
tome .. .0.11
floods payroll nlerk With
It774 it pltelanil Vmil Truck town. pr-taonal nr Intanilbroprrt C"I-$1.O a.I. FULLER BRUSH 5155 annueootor nIb a.uu.' cour. ., lamp. OI.nou.
lakeland Plnrlrla Ihla vrhlrl ,le > >' pt'.elltowdehedonod.lOI4n.SUtI5 I HOME RKPAIRB, pllntllli ,of.Ina. nee> In p.rollunun.. 1100 a week In thle area looki and bole included Fey aiou leme loll Cleveland ....
atorixl and may he Ineneptixl mltI. Abbott L, R Bon ..B Words Dues Dune Dave D.,. block brlrk work, drlvewavalichen 0" Burrouahe bookkrenlni aie- U. reAP V nuea050.0.1 I. curl learn. Contact Colonial' Beauy Blvd 8.8.11.Rep.e'le.

.. meld .dd..... Th. " Lakeland' Ma I,MM' .mini Ann.L ,' 1.10 .111 .10 510$ ceblnete. Florida mood. bine salary pea. Brine reeumiWellman that much to call anea Iho'. sis Bouth Florida A..

.... the rlaht lo bidAeeoHalea )'.'la R Mra Kroeturoof H.: 18'5. sea "H free eetlmalet MU I.JOSS. (0 Lord .In.rln.. ... P M. u .to. eaa n. t..rl.nd. P... MD 1.IJI. and 'Trade Inn
nieponnl rnip. I.o Ud.ftOll Appleyard Rhode M tin ,18 460 4 H> 7cc.. Oem Mulburny illehoap. ly for dealenhlp. '01 lu.I' -
M 11 lubeiood. EVENING REAL eututoolaus soworInlbSlrprosDoo
It, TALBKRT MATTHWr.Ilm.'tI.m !: Hl\d lakeland Ma I.llIt.9.lltlR.ilIt BPACB 21 Roofing nold. ".. ..I.m.b 4 Whites
Wm H. 3.11.51-0. Holder IA, ane
M.n..rUA Mta MJI per eoluma' 51 Went Wants .nd .. Pr full inlormaPhone
Mary AlmA Bog SI troetpronfIla 'b.1
.H. kantilfky Ate.Lakeland DEPENDABLE work. Rodiere. Real. .
I'11417 uout HmaeW F Al BOOKKEEPER Iull.
O.IMI .. tItle "'10. .OIU.OOO4l n if fordhcmaa H.JO per column 'Inch E., permeuid. Mr.liOnel TRACTOR WORE: waautd( M... I._'._ 9 Speed foot .0..1. .bor.m..

II RUl J Lakeland PIe.i'fhlll.l1026 Contract Robe Open Piqued ( Mile.' LumD.. I"Comp.n. '0 Aut. eip. ree.. mi and .In,. New equipment' U.S. CIVIL SERVICE mba,. Fully tuerantee* dol.
Bulaooe 694 DO or 50 p.rmoolfi
'Ih.rmen J H Haiti Quirk ccrvlce' Cell for eitl.I'
Thu IN TM'T'NTH C''CUIT'' JUDICIAL'COURt CI..CUIT. Oil' .la.I.0.71.0001 i-xrciw,; Accountonsdon WANT AD DEADLINEWORD ALL TYPES residential' .r rum.wernisi SECRETARIESSTENOB OSlO. .I. Pewere MU ,.II TESTS I payment Mutual 1-4117

(' A W Clark 11! l.c.oo- rood repaired' or repleredMrCoy M.o Women. Blart hlehlioaoo '
Oil' 1'.0.,0.. ADS AND SPACE
Hairelann John I'. *.0417-0011Haulier JO I Rooflni end Bhrrl M.t. TYPISTS 'TA1I1. ,' { IMouwr de a Preparatorytralnlnt
COUNTY. IN CM..NCI..V. p day before publlratioa .
'eo. 1\n. .t'". P.n'k.t 11. I f'u I d444 0001 Henti I....I Bundey paper 1141 Wilt Oln. MU S (AI TY.IT.. BANK( CIFHK .lnNI.llnilit until appointed Thou.sandS WHILE THEY LASTIf
)II.. Anna \ JO rlnwellI am mutt be I noon .meld C.PTON"T. W' of lobs open Psepeleorousualim
p.m. No. 'OA .
rrn T rFUKRAi, BAXISOK H : I.H441-nnn Julian P J 01:0Edoowond Into 4 jo pra. FrldartCLASSIFIED 24 Platter Stucce OINERAL. MOTEL"HOURKKEICP.UVR LAUNDRY. end SJI74 .1 unno.r,. FRIB Inlor-.
t I lirl\e Ijikelnnd Ma : bratioe on bOa. olol... reaulreile you have been looklni for an
ANT LOAN ARSOTIAT1OVr 1-0UI.fIIt.i ...>a Oec.rie II: II.021Klmbral DISPLAY ICR. IN HOUBrKIKPKR .' Write .. .'''. Berne. Bectrolul bar.aleolllaoeo
LAKKLASDCorporation t tl"I.S.O'l 111611 Ralph: 3.0275.0(00l.mos (" 11 I 0 a m. day before. public PLASTERING PATCHING new ,.,COOe. WAITREMBS, MANY W. D trertar muck dltcln. .ddrH' phone Lincoln Ber- mohlo. luaranleo iso amdelabelnl
I Plalnllff leaoept Sunday i piper r.liloec. Ail.eStIuneaodeddhlt005. .. .0. .
: A I.u.k. II 0437-OOOJ LlpxomlS taedccarloo. Also bars .Ic.i. Son IJ4. Lakeland SAdden.k eloied, out Call Tampa 991711J
cue Pool be I noure Friday Pen. licenced Jell Tnl.doe
.lm"r. fill ,".. .".a.n .r or come in and make your
K Hoi 1 Barlow
w ajTrTKri: arm t onoi Mvtaiihv*, farkeir I&6I 1.0131: Mum bclor II 0 BOOB). .a }t___ ALL JOBS ONLY 555.5335. election. saectrolui' Corp., tl*

nOHtH. M. .RTOKrn. k/a ) ... Rood Bprlnifleld Mime: I Ot;*, All sIc mud be la the Leoiirolflre PLAIN OR ornemrnlal Plailrr' 3WEEIC'S FEE STUDENT MALE deilree Ibookkeeplni LIVESTOCK Bait Columbut Drlv,
DORIS MA8REY BIOKFI*. ) before II Bat.utday Invited .rt
ant and
mios Mllle \\llliam Jr: I.(12SI.OOliMlaon ; 0 In. ilurcw Petchlnf lImo> muallioe' .
rofrndtnl ) NAD ll"17.ooi* Moremei. for .ubl.Ub la Moa Free eetlmatei' Henry C Wll. .3a.101. Barium. between I.C.I a D. Cats PttiHOARDINQ POWKR CRAFT ill HP lawn
Nnnei OF IALENnllra dire ,. AAA EMPLOYMENT ,
lame MU 6040BUSINESS
I I .
oft 00(1 Practically
Auauelln: I MIII.Co 1 hearra THE CIT momr new C.1
I. hereby e-hen thm "". Ion: 1-:71.000' Nettlea Minnie The Ledier will not b* re.nvonilble Bldi I. 055.1335.srrrhs .
auant to a. final decree nf forerlnnure for more on* odp.lnlb. ItOLLT KtBChrle "
Ic. I.'U.MO',, (' airier-' J p 2.OiiS. ". SERVICE
: .
at a .
Ted Allenberry 10'O
entered In 'the abo entitled Incorrect end
milt I'erkIni Mae hlhel' I in:17 1..nIOD. I
: -
pauae .In the Circuit rnnrt ofPolk Prn' Ho job too email til- RI.h. PhOD."Ua..u. tjgno
lout Potlei I A Rlxemlile I"ornolibby THE LAKELAND LEDGER 54 Hslp Wanted, Malt ..V I IWIL .
Cnunty. Florida' I will .11 1
len, II.'M" 'Oliol' PrullInrenre '" Accounting Beokkieplng FUINII
the property eltuat.* In Polk County .' II 1.0.';' <'011 heed J JlI.101U.0001 2 KElP chldro.1 nIC boss. I WIRE HAIR TorTerrlere AP.UAlC
florid, .... ,Inert Sn TLHONE OPIITNIn. .1.rID. d > -. 51ObOe.kbr P151 .01.
r>* of Trarl IT. 'In ),lamrnntrOrove iherla' Arthur II.l.liIJI.o037 .. 'KIND MU 6-1151 INCOME TAX-bousbenoloo. Your lalary' II 0 Fenced Pm.r..I.D.O.r..n Chlneie Carved .a- PlrtureeEarlr .
.r. .n"l
Robin Inr Thiatlnw .h..h.d.
Company homo 0' me I 000etrselteren. .1153 l Iniuraace plus, retirement : .
0"1. 669 96116
I Antique
Rtibrllvlelon' tn Amarlcan -
acrorrllnt cunarlce sod SupPle.
Ma, 12i1.OIItI HhaArchie .. Deed ..'nl... tIilio eroiram Aied 24.40. .on. Prnt
I h. ,In loll
pint thereof rrrnrded 1.0.7I.OOII Khell Buiei edenirn.Jsmeu WILLKEOP children In my borne l.'okme'u Pt Sf00. WOrth I.D..ur. CI.! .hl. -
him ireduat
p N. Sroocbt or
Pill Book 4. Pacee I and 71r .rrl. .nol .,. .. Air 110 -
> dsme. Fenced In nerd. lane Slam I Condilon. 011
IIr""r Slallcn I t H.H (IMIJ: fmllh S 31' SWI000ep.MU Phone OH I4.l. .0. Dl,.
>f the rorntrle of PolkCounty moo
pnhlln Reference. .66 MM.
M e.134e -
ake : .011.8.0,111 Hplvey w II rom. POODLE Bboppe.
Florida. ...Inor 0lort ANNOUNCEMENT IXPO0IEIICED Bnn pO bog Room Suite -
Johneon 1' 417 Wenttlreoe. : ttudi.
or Mele pup.REOI8TERED
nf the Baet '. nf the North Hof lakeland .1.1 3.0t, ",: | INCME TAX foeme rpo" lee Mr Cork SAM CHI CARE.. I day one child; .,.,. 3203.romln.. ., .ulI Butlne O .
S per hour K.thl. "
per 8.
Poe.eI.oednuneuilentAoeurS.e delly North Florida Are- Couch Frame
the Mirtheaet) S of the OF 1'
Northeaet 4 of the KoiithrantU Mia' t'nnmanre ru tenonto '. 5 Pmonal Notltsi InliepretehioSetourodlplninlmeot n... 12'81.iXPEIENCID child :. '3147, 553.0540. .. f8-2UI. "r.- lu"Oak Teble BablfBedl .
too lit Ontario lanadu _
LeWIOl hucionu.' CHIHUAHUA .. Bunk Bedo -
of the Vorthitent ', of frf COl,05gD.irl
..04410007 Hlnrker' loin A 6011( h.. BUY ttied loom. IUBI 511d eneolce, ..e.I. MEAT cutter plee ".m. klttene. Stud eer''. Oliea Run Early American
Ton I!. Town.hip' 2* BouthRani 'E. : 0000, P0005 MV D
21 F.e.t
at public aale. In: the tile-heal and Otokrs W C Jeffereontllla 0. 'or culbereon Hardware 36 lownmewirt t Service omrD. -D 11am cat. MU i.IIOO. treeeee. new and uied (loodTypewriter > ,
!.0417-0011 Kwert II W ml kth Illlni *o .orl eorablnetlon I Sun- WORK wanted, Bed
beet bidder' for renb. el I'h.r Mouth Ate Barlow Pin I. 2l 0014 duller' TRADINO STAMPS eerhaepnd .r retle t. Phone MU plantlni Plowlnv, dice I FOR SALE four beautlfulSealt ,. lencellenl TV -
i Olele' and
Silver Beautiful
PYfint Door nf the > I. fJ ; 1.015..0110. lajlor Thonaeroalpinof : bO..h. Ailiosu. .07 hub Lime. REPAIRB ON all make I..omo" 5.000 evenlnie. Writ F. O Bo 'mi end mowlni, S8t-lov4 Blemeie klltni. S werkiReeioneble -_

r (rn"rttou. In flarloer Ktorlde' ; .1 Fla: I.(li; .fllili fl..U. .. and imall enalnri Free neti.wet OIl. Lakeland FLOOR ol. Call MU .laV4 China Collector. Hidden Home T.ur.* InBrowu la.

between I1M: Aid and t.00 P.M "hnmp.on heron Kmersenry Relet BUSINESYOU'RE CHRISTIAN NURBINO horn nus.eeoelre. nable' A.1 WANTED' APPLICANT lor poet nNIIHINO.. osCIompoleume. work BIOLE sod B....' end Bur C.
nn the Iltb day of Fcbruerr. A D soon Special' attention liven It Electric 101 North Florida I Inl.rlr. .1. CRI.
( : n.OlII.m'O' Ihornion O n 01 be of SchoolOeedodtr. prlree .h. .V 34424 .r AlUI"al. Bur New-NO Down Payment
10S4. .1 Ml: >.0444.OMU Twin' M K I 00000000 1 each , MU Phone MU 34306.j7 Ace 17-30. Apply CirUJertlu'e .ro- .Lm.. .3111. Mr'Turmaa T. Budiet Plan
!.11430010Mlicon C a Lakeland .12U. Office. City Hell Moa thru Bat
Clerk Circuit CourtIN .'1.. CLEARANCE SkiS at Dody Feb.ict Mottrtu Renovating. KEEP CHILDREN any aee. Rr 8IA0I. AKC .reilitered. 050 BUT SELL TRADE
t 1.1" 300 PER hou to etart Full or errncee. SIS Moreen Avenue. ... S .k. Warm'W
''nfnm.lln" rnnrornl.or IIIS
JOJ2 North Florida AvFabrlci .. >ems time. you ltootaosrood 2117NUR8INO. and reedy to to. ,
amount or dearrlpllon of the Prop. nolloni reduced up ., RENOVATING 1. 90 uu.aodeoe 17.11 .
THE ClflCUIT. COURT .rhy anuS Ih. memo Soil .dd,... .., t MA1R081 Are Corn.PSne. releccabone sod char.t. if 11 m.k. ease hautor ... THE SPINNING WHEEL
'h holder mat he obtained h) .. MV SOlo M work hard Alor.U.".. Mr. lord' MINITI PI. on.bllk.
t POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA OOIO L.k.led theMe, for Sum P. lo.t. .. Imported both
Iniereelpiopeity .
.0)le..on. poaeeicaln* an nrnt call MU "hl. DIXIELAND
sts-4 4S rlaht now for Crn.r. .01
Sod .. New .
IN CMANCieiYCaeo In the b)' addivealnf. .n rO.n. ;ntervlrwRELIABLE, .r.und. I... .
49 Wills
I Nn IIIII. cwket ID, nelroloe. CIII 613.2374 or Pumps WIL K..P .Id.rl People I. mc .11 B Florida MO ISM
: to Rev K lItton. Blau o..blr.
iqulrnplrollr IU a"aa.
SM .r PD. SIS MV 104 Free la Rear Blare
Pane No ill ,' cc Ad"'nl..lor.Ab.ndon.d .r.1 MAN 21 45 foroo.r. pokn. o
Aeali-ned In ludae Wlllion Pruo.rty. Itlileion' AFTER Lk..d. LIT MONTGOMERY Ward dri .I food 010,. Bober CARE Baml.Invalli or LIvestock

MART FRANCES McCABF':. ('loitol '1' Flo'ld. ... LOIS BLIP Cover ShopChennut 10. n our well and motel your ". to SoS "131. LekelanlMEAT o"'Oe.,1' Lovely home fu.i 1

Plaintiff' ChIC 10 .... tion aciount "umhr. Road (50.0010. Dra.bedipreedi yntern Up to. 3$ .monthi M PU.P000. "Ido. n. 1.1. No 10"11.a.. BUT YOUR Ireeeer beef now 447lb. 9 Boats, Motor, SuppllnFIBHINO
-v 000Ile elIpoor. ,. week "
00610 end a.tdrree. en "ubU.hrd In .. .ut Sod wrappod Whsbo
ROT MrrABPT: >'., A ushrienerlulnu. undo. othalf. .
this notice nleel proof of o"'''.. nor.011cc P"OD. MU or MU BOATS moss up.
NOTICi OF SUIT I hip( preienled lo the holder h rode Sod loetailolioe. H.D' CUTTER 3.J.M. ".ddl.b.rd. eanoee. eallbeau.
THFJ STATiC OP rUtniPA TO .Opt ii tt 1944. lha property will bedelKered died 0' edwoiee' 1 ch.... from. I. FINANCIAL .> outboard. trallereOoetelloe .

ROT MrCABF. [Defendant real lo ire AdmlnlatratIhereafter AUTO INSURANCE had an so.ideeU Experience market Top 92 Wontid Hu.o..I.Winter Haven -
.1.uIsnl.ddreo. t'oknnol.You all fuilher clalma: midijcited .. no Iniurinre* Debt 52 Help Wonted alary 62 BusIness LvI.tlcl. P.t 13-.61.

aro hereby notified that a b. In Ihe AdmlnlatratoMi ,. e,00hhe t pay Call MU 54450OPAL' ELECTRICAL TRAINEE TUCK Oppsrtunltltl FOOT ChrIs lobs ..
Suit fnr divorce It.. been filed! Rey IL' lirconAe WANTFD FOR relliloue public I'ARTS WELL DRILLER. WANT' A r.., .5161. sep a dmtlS C.o'tilde. ."
...In.t you ,In t". above entitled Adollnleiralor $In BEAUTY Medulla Shnp 15 0000Dm Lb.. ..eellent opportunltlee for UP 000PKR, SHOET MOrAL CHOICE BUSINESS and Incomi pae top n'h Dm105.Ponire 11. .o.d.r.50. 4. Auhurd.dam .

rauaei and Ih.t you are hereby reoulred I' Oerdra Drive Oardtnisouth Plain .h.m.510 .dv' Commleilon and 1 aoorcn, YINANCE TAi0FeSXTSIIMINATOII pr..rU. Mel Rudy. LMLA, Dairy, MU 1031MERCHANDISE. ,.. WO.11.,. ...
t'saropyu..f votiranawer 53.05, Memorial Blvd,
poillloni available .
000 and eel II 60 OH chemo..oend .Iol.d Ae COOKS, AHHISTANT MANAOIR 5.4307.UXCKLLONT. II' iImdro-slauo boat.. No moloe.
nr other written dcfeneeautxin IN THI CIRCUIT COURT, (ree to travel Central' .U
CIRCUIT1 Perw enrol. Bloom "Iorld. Bend reiume to Boi F. BUSINESS) oppoitunlty ..1 M .I
plaintiff a attorneya hone ad.Ireanla POLK COUNTY FLORIDA" 052.0004. .t o' 228. Lekelend' Ledier AI1.TANT. STATION AT. ... .. bnowledfe .
P. O. lIon 025 i-akelnnr; J'intId.; IN CHANCERY.. O.D 0..0. ''TENDANTI. .TATON MANAO ful but not necenary Ideal b.l.

nn nr before lha 2Vd dar nf. CASE Ml" 12741 POCKET. TO WHOM IT MAY month dAli-It frmele, 1400'pel. l OTHIRB couple . t.. Realtordrlere 94 Coins e Stamp. 103 Furniture I Appl.cI
March, A. D. 1'61. and before PACIKO. S3 PuU Ik. to mot 00.elm. '. !
thereafter to file with' WILMER NOLAN P.MITH. CONCERN: aneocor will devote ITAMB US p151.e and .,.., TV BARGAINS.' '
.le heuee so day to 0.erioloubli a COIN .. 4Owaubo,.. r
.". C'o.k' nf lba.buu'untvhed Plaintiff, Thla I. to advlia that I em Weitoo, apply Suite A. % WEEK'S FEE t.undrl. loc' .. boil 110 West W.'Dut' bullS end suare 035 05 .
Court the orlirlnal of maid an.we YO. nut inlereiled In the huel000eb000n iOt Boulh lenneuee Avenue 111760 1..11.I. Brrtor SIlent. .k.I'Dd. 4I2M449S 05. Free In.t.I.lon. AimamuLsh.laod'e
or aald written d.f...... If anv. BARBARA ANN KMITII. 1 MOROAN B"OTER 10 am AAA CITY EMPLOYMENT .1..1. n.. or
If you fall In do ao decree prrnnfeaao UefendKnt. REPAIR SERVICE. 'Ot Bicycles > laud TV at Nile Day TV. 1330Auburndale
will be NOTICE OF SUIT 2101 Wet Olive street Lakeland 208 Arcade Bldg. Motorcycles Roid Onea tin too J

,.n.u for the must don..nd.d I. the THB .RTA1K OP HXltlDA' TOlHARBAKA .. am not liable' for 53 Hslp Wanted, Female 4lOJWANTED TRIUMPH AND Ysmaba colon Mtl t-HitBADCOCK'S.

Complaint; ANN 8MITHWhoie .' euesloe U ouch builneie .. .. 60Otrltcturlloomodolu
WTTME8A my hand and official I .. dune. A: malllni iddreei SFloyd B. Morgan WAITRFRB WANTED ate II to VAN DRIVEI 1..d.d. harm od .1.spine mod.1 _
eeel nf office at Bur-low, Polk I.' Unknown :16 711 Welt Memorlol Ouui.nsrditOOinTKOllD mo,. o..r..1 'rl. ct.rh. Lokiaed' Cr01. irI

County. Florida' thin 14th day ofP'.hr..ry You e,.. hereby notified that a ATTPNTION FORMER hour ins for Van. TO BUY Wool MemorIal. C Are Their

A. D, 1 <4SKAL molt: for dHone baa been filed.seioet Aniono Inlarented In Molo.o loemlus sun II.46. R". plu Lln. Am.rlc. Rull

( : ,) D H. RIXIAV. JRCletk von In the above entitled Minion Corpi Club. call 689. I046U .illeaae. MU 1.B416. 0 ovlnc' .n with' company. unlformei Compleutrelnlni 80 HD. FIJI. A.I. lk bow. 5040. '55000rhut.e. SEMI.ANNUALTRD&IN
Clrrult Court 'ounoen 1 lt'et p'oilers h..b)' .r .4077 S m. LIQUOR LICENSE obd.lon. 1.8
l'or. p lloeniee cocoa e mam Coot Crows CLEARANCESALE
: a aielitant for .
By poiolhv Bnnn required t uoeIvleropy .f your WANTi U. C or".r
part tune t OOe00000 d plenty of .r.tund aol .
Deputy Clrrkt. enewer or o'hrr ritten defeneeillton "old P.rl
Boi M-261. work. No eelllni reoulredApplhenta
nIl Advertise Wrll
WALTER W. NAM hYilalnllffa .kl..d
muit Movable Polk County
b ht..o a UP TO aboTRADE.Itl
:: attorney n hnic eddreai Antiques
I. P. O Ho* 8f4 Likelend' Morldammedlately Package. Advise best cash
IN TNt COURT OF r or a reasonable down payrnl -
THI COUNTY JUDGE OF .n or baton tIme .7th do) nf Fob..0ery. WIN TRIP TOWORLDS W. will eA.ut In flnancl price. Reply to OENERAL 1NI dccOOaIimnatdusolul

OLI( COUNTY, FLORIDA A. D.. 1984. Sept betole nr I. For further delalli. cal and cold DP TO 520TSADS.Ir0
rn Re Fuel: of thereafter to flic with Announciminti FAIR rionnel P I Th. CoonS JOI. 11. "rk.21. ALLOWANCEFOR

HUBERT!: PEMPKKT. BAKER, mlC Clerk of tyisboosetyledCourt and n..d.d money "DOn w.o. 11.' writ Box F.225 ...- YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM
a/k/a Hubert Baker the nrlalnal' nf said anaweraald :N.oTVneMMS EAIN AVON w.," American, Yn Llnee P CP TO 150
Docr..d or written def neeeu. If any. IN .. eni irtment 125 Wayne, 97 Artlclti Fir Sets-Misc. TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE

'1'. All (.dltor. Sod PorOD" Mu.In If )ou fall tn do eo. decree pro.confomo 5 4 Leet .., aietleaeee PoondP.r.oncl 682-4137 dl'.'. c/o Lakeland Ledger i iPR FOR YOUR OLD APFUANCB

("I.1m. or D.mond. AloInsi will Itooni.rod analnat ",_ Cal, del alle USED TVS from 131 UP Olenleed .. UP TO SIOBe
0$ a.'d' Eutahui vou for tha relief demanded In rramper.... SALE Nub becom TV and An. we finance. Worltradelai ., TRADE.IN A1.LOWANCI

You. nfl aoch nf ""U. Sr4 lI.r.. he ComplaintWITNrHB B '.""d..n, 0. __ or un LEDGER All tacO .nd eaulpmintLAKELANDS accented Adllr' ._. POlO YOUR OLD DIEIITTS
... notified my hand and offlrlal, S Weevnae Weitera ,. .
to file .11 claim end Write P. O Box 1395 nIle i suede t 0.04eOIOO V'10' 4 Tan Special Value
teal of offlta at Bnrinw Polk Cnuny Trodtt TV,404 N. W.
demande which you have ...loot Bulldini buelmose itmaitSs Sorru.aale.5arlflce ... at
Florida thla lid of Jan
the eetat of HUBERT DEMPSEY: day II air eenenuonlewII Lakeland ADS 53500. P0055
BAKLR. a/k/a Hubert Raker, de. lerv A. D 1>II8KAL THELEDGER Awntnee !*). .. diode No ClSSiIED 429'1401. MUllr'l SALE

4.5u6 I. I in the office I of Richard A t ) 14 eotdo Cerpenterlna obl..loo FINEST AUcON W.S.BADCOCKCORP.
Brnnaon. County Jiidne at Me P H SLOAN JR. II Cone, Tie. Br,ek Work .o.t delun Ever Satrday, 7:30 p.m.
coin opeiated laundrom
deik Blectrleel BervMo
office In the Court Houea .. Burtaw. Circuit Court Mala Bujre and WerehoueeaMulberry
Pu.I.lIrpuI |y KHtermlneHno For health reawne 1117 Idee'1 BAXLA'S
Florida' within ell calendar Bylvlan A. IS Fleer, lure**,no wood Drive' Florida
mnntha from January tt. 114 )' Clerk I. PeBSon.' OOc.eehnl BUSINESS SERVICE AUCTION GALLERIE lulbr. Store HoureiS

which I. the data of the flretpublication 1'.17. ao MAJOR OIL lIonS C.. for._I.... lamoernlcneld "Formerly The Auctloa Bouee. .. t dally. FrL Bile
Segfne until S
of thla notice NOTIC& 01' SALt a.
30 Sheet M eVcni We Buy or Bell for To
tal J..ot lar.eit Open All Diy WednitdiyOver
claim nr demand most be In F."I TO WHOM 1'1' MAY ,'lIsrKRN ..k.I."d.
: 11 A Scree metal lone netentlel 4.181 Hwy. II w. aeeorlet, eervlBt
br. muSt atata the phereuf V Otcore notified that thrfOlio" J Toot Hentele Very Flnanclnaavailable Phone MU S-OO}] 1 Florida etorea
d.noeen d poet off lie addteae nf ln( motor vehicle: J.I Sw,mmin. Paolo DIRECTORYFOR for auelllled mecnenl"
the claimant' muat be ."0" to 1061 RoOk Model 4461H Pleelee-Iuee, buelneeiman Call HOW 001' can .. ivtt Well Lakeland Anoelat' B"
.. 21 Weldliwk .I.n.lln. lo wall 111 No Florida' A. .
and mult be filed aforeeald or . .lea same will become told .III bo ...Id .public aalo at It :00 Bvilnin Ssrvlce YOU TO USE AS A QUICK REFERENCE R.a.I. DuPonl aeuareyard Badcock Will Treat Toil Itllhf
GLADYS CAMHRKLU A M. cluck' on ihe 2'>iri day of 25 Wuenlttire 0.II.iehl.l. CB BUIINO. Reilaurant. bar 55511 eeeu.s ,. etaadardleee
K.cutrl. february 1964 at III) Hall Hilik OC Ooeeuntne. Boukheewino: WHEN YOU NED ITI and h.l. llvlna auarteri and eperlal cute to youiImeniione 106.1 WARMER and drrer d.
tl.UI II .'.""no 00. of the belt looaltnseIn Includlni rounda Sod Like Tiet
lot HOI Sth Bt HW, Winter' Haven -- on.t.lot. new A
I"iurltte.The WANT 2 Beer S' Pol County. On BI.,. Hlih- vale. Rut edtlni done In eu oppeelte ...
NOTICC OF PUBLIC BALK 10 .eeIecrle.oSI Auto Repairs Lamp Repairs ... 19000 _.n P01oelosraorcale P..rl. lulh.
dOD pi.
.0"1 ptoceeda of tie gem will be Ues.opiee 11.0.
STORAOEPttbllo .
.,plled to the pavment of the comm Orsu.nean1.. Wrl. M 164. takelead at 26e per yerd, black II"RIOIRATUWTiu
Notice la hereby ," STARTERS rrlU LAM" RIIPLACEMENT 505.505. L. end whit prime at 20c. woven
Ih.t blnnio 0" the tInt do, ofF of relaklns during and mule, 0' 14 Hoatlne""eerveo. :e..WatPeneelneO..enn.IuOdee O" nlv. oround. ridleloriaired Limo pert eaoderpalr. Im.rl., ol.d., at 2lc. Pint nudIty mil Lob.. repaired Prompt expert
.bruor". 1004 at 1000 14.11I. end meld motir vehicle and the tonI OfilIuilIIt'etinfl K.ndereerten_"rorvII ., forelan Mo.lops 'udlo.. 250V Orl. cndealsoeinos to fit aervlc. Bee ui for food u. 50.piteotu .
1 .
rnnllnuln from dey 10 dny "III of n"",'ecfeeineod r h... _.. I ..,... tuned Brit .dom..le.. little nu. MU ..4' 6 Mertgogsi budiet and a ride yew out enue K.I.I.olor Sod

nil mood .r. .oid. we will cell ciPubiin thnn tn the aallafartlon of tha hal, le""VM.uhnVVa,,_ hop In tan. 10 creel LakRICHARD o C. .orl Maw i4urOn dealer. NII t 0.TV.A0.
Au..llon 10 the hl.h..t bidder .nce duo under it-o l'lontrac-t lti o.n.r'' duAlS FlorIdatnj'.40t7. BUY BUILD aell refinance FKA Did. city Hlahwey.p.brl. pildmroO. 130 AU"U'Dda.
ADS Phetoorephy 1 '/10 mll .
f ur..eehetn.rwo,','ho".. .1 W. V. moor. P. O lieu M7 Lobe t P,ene Tun.nw 10a Moving t StorageALUII sad VA merteeiei. PIcaS Mnr" reomtld or lmtterstsun 4 .U a.11.
110 w.. M.ntorint. HI\d.. I..... Alfred Etonide. rover lug the fl I. .Cor. of Florida SAP B Flor-
nanrlna'. of oeM motor \ehlrle. Am B IP.EDM"1 A. 0.3137. I'U crul..r. BUYER TRANSPEHRED. I.k. on.WuellO.ltouau '
; Had T.Ieouon
lend. "Fiotide tI-n foiiowloe e ) "OD" cm. .
5unie .I ) VAN f. huel mo.
Service. L.. "S We See .. .. on .
wetee. end nerthandle for "or. uut pie will b.III'd' lo you, ..ndyou weee Compl.1 I ''n. at 1.0 Mu, b.nd .
will remain' Halle for hul.urn '. 44 Seolo oernirn 10 ." Street p55mm Y.rn.1 66 Te Lend roll Drl.. manse. eofrb.erauor
.. any : I
55S d other rhanea" nn whltb alha 41 S enleenu $ T.o".r. la. A.'D' MU Money end Onto. boos u. No
I.meiolng' unpaid und.r cud til-J" .10.
lien on aama le claimed' : 44 Clean.no4T 'S1. otnED rRNlTfl. "u,. tr.d. do.. AU. for
tAt N. Owner contractAHdorlATKS. Tyeewrltar OBOe :. : BI SUItE 0 00,0cm ltltte 150 mot MONEY TO LOAN No commll.lion .i tell at COh' .,r.t sib ".r.m.M. I.. .
.127:! Velma lint TlS'OUNTi'tIJPURATiON 41 iwetcll A Clock : lor your moor, ho brlpelno ,our fr*. Intereel 1%. not Inter- Nor' .. A. .. MU .1 I' C.I 1.1.1

:1 I,Illlan (Hinutenburc' :: We
  • 71 Clyde Neleon't By: albeit' MalthewaMl Sheranlnc \\ 1716 Norm Florida limit I Wr'L P. O. Box F121. ., ,. 505 10. 'faisark APoteneon

    U W Winton Iii II. K."lurk" Av. Employment r.p.I. T. iaMbi la electrequipment .. ,. CWTRELUAS 50.0511. Oouth.ot..
    Lu POSTS. ,
    Lakeland FlorIda .1 uied In determlitaact YAMAHA PIANOS ISles eervlrelhe .r.U
    67 utplocn.nt
    Vrank Wllhelm sOured. THE DOWN
    sod 3" payment hat been
    t auellly liabilityllleole oornsoletule
    ': n '. 'h. trouble You and
    to H W Enillehi7 .1. .11 r. melded, 46" Os deoaon. Hot Point fends.Iree .
    NeIn. Wenled. colts valuable BAH Orein Stempi, 000.3763. 1049 South HORTICULTURE I crmiarm with I I
    William MorfanID NOTice OF SAlt: I Help, WaIled?. Melafinancial..1.I but beSt of all w eelneetli 1luaranterd Florida Avenue. 666.1006. hooks, I860 and 11160 i rule' I.D' refrigerator never
    hIre Uoveii in WHOM II MAT rOS-En\l! Seiecoo,00teme eel. work Cell ISJ-' tume delivery 80e. Phone .. d.rr.t .1". Take once psm.

    II Noiman Brown You arc hereby notified that the Anoo', Jl2 I 0,5051'"'.I.nt todae. 71 Fertilizer, reed, i 1101. Watford Manufacture' .Wrote .f pr 515515. P1.0cc
    11 R. C. Krauie followIng motor vehicle: Picture Frames 5.1 IXCHANOI so.ohi1ur5.00cc. MU a-I.I.

    716 Bunion' W.I, h' II;,I Oldemnblla, 4 dr H. Trill W. W.n. Auto Slot Covers GROUND FBAT murk Peat bed I Itdln. ..Oi. .. VACUUM CLEANERB rebuilt, re.rondltlentd .
    NORRIH. 1RAN8 EK *: $.U032RI PICTURE ""All: OOaUIshccwee toll mlnei Loreted 9200 B Mala 5 moddcjode, .It new paneOrauileld .
    .KIORAQR ('(I. b. ...Id at public epic .1 Ift.oOo.rl..k .0 Bcnlneei D..tu"'t.' end Cuaturn sod Pat O'Nnl. MU i anlIrol. .robl Electric"o.r. '
    By Wm J. Noirle nIl tho 21th dup of P'.b. .1 LINDa AUTO Beat Coven Com.automotive rod, medn. occur Soon. 3.81. 8.a"13. foible Blvd MU .,HIT..
    QonnrV614 "II.ry. ]*K4. at Paul Naylor blob ,.. .4 I Inveettnenti itoch, Suede ,'.t. Interior. IJSMain ae07 Orleene street MU I 1904 CLEAN PHOSPHATE land toe PULPIT FURNITURE. Comau
    1047 I K. Main' ",.. lakeland Horlclathe :: Her teeoeiTo 1.'t Phone MU 2.7610. 5n5.i Aleo eaods,I dirt for till iso table three upholitered.j ,, ADNIRI Il' e.Icl0.reior' .
    leiTo .
    pulpit ISIS .
    B Davle. MU S 3011 .j choir rail. 016 OrbS
    NOTICI OF IALI pruteeda, nf the anla will I,. cc MO' Bor_ Plumbing Repairs oak MU 1.0449 l.hl MU '. .
    1O: Mr J. LAn OurrancaKt COpilot tn the pavment of Ih. root Horticulture Building TOP QUALIY Pausola sod Ar- "JI
    4. Boa 51 n' lelaklng.' and aale ifnblliatlnn onln. 050 fro.o .I..r UHBD AFARTMFNT ilae FlAIrs
    Lakeland Horlcla tell mn'o' vekIrl. end lImp rttot 0' t 7O n Ctrn_. Seeolaatl.coed. dell 01 H I P A I PLUMHINO Doertrmemenpahre Will deliver. MU S.1414Polk AUCTIONFriday rrrrleeralor. I4D10 Taeiart At
    .h Dot Werk
    You a.'. hereby nolifhpd Ih.t nhofoliwlnEmotorvel'it'ie ,. of notice. of cole' and 02 "'0 ', Suede Plenieto .ddilo.'. .. or nllht ei .r.ot..d BAHIA ken home. ..rln. apponlle BoulhiaieFORNITURB
    F h III 1661 ar 001 Plb.1
    'hen to Ih. eatlafailUn of Iho Fe.du. Venetuhiee7s o i e -
    lal' .I.rlor d.rln. .. 'lao flab.. Tee ethIc Old Nites Only I
    IRII Ford ...Falcon Model 82. .n, e dun. unclrr Ihe icmliait will, Lend CI.. rreo'to and modern ".o.ln. City Road SSI.1161.
    4 r>r. Heden. Berlal A.UI.'OO.21: lalih' V. .n.. Karolvn 'I'. Alder 74 .. Koullnt and dUbs' FrI .1. 7:30 P.M Lloimr room furniture Includlnt
    will bo mold al 901.11nnul.e., "tan. 511 Hflwarrin: Ml'.. lakelandI ,. I. .._ m.nee. Eaity paymrntl C.I f8. Plumbing Supplies 72 Flowers Seeds We hun or "ld.YI.lo", love eeet. carved
    0.00 AM nn the C4lh dat of I .. niverlnit' Ih. flnanclni, if ante, 15 teoe SurSareen ':010. Pb o.enultnneO. ens.Irantor. Pent 0' mIs and matching' chair. 1 001.tSIcldnchslmc .

    "'.bru.r)'. 964. at Tolk Klnitme.. mior' vehlrle Any auiiiliiM, will' be Slrove Seu pmenl Llreonod atd bonded.CAOI'EOIOR K H MORRIS Do-It JIMMY WALKER'S a meAloeaomSt.pIahteo
    nrporatlnn. Ihe prnteede of the '>aid 10 you. and lull will remain' .. Send 03.0CR, Sod brlok BAtohIms end Klectrlrel Yo.r..1 COLD. HARDY toOt ,,owlni' AUCTION I I 0"'. tonI. I 'Ice 0 IS.ho .
    lahle for h.I.",'* .pplr. prln' .I.n'' tO" shell. CENTER Bedroom eel inrludlni blend
    any In.tructlol ho.
    aale will be applied lo Iho payment outs. P10,105' 00005. ..n"1 r. Informal and .
    under meld, <..unmet C0 P. d.lvr 13 60 d..n. MU 9 96JS SIM U B. hoot 401510 dremer and mirror.
    of the coat of relaklnp.' eloilnpi OctenS. MueMlane paIr. Penn .. MU S 1600 lol l rental pipe' cut and I
    und aala of SaId mn'nrrhl..... and AHNIMlAlfH' DIHltll'NT "eeeeIchaele, .lm. 34 hout "ire. 5SS.041e TWO YEAH aaalna ,'lsmca. ir l end I allOt ...d..
    the oat of publication of not, .he I'tlltl'(IIIA'I'ION 08..1. Foe LIonro. 10 for ci. HINOkH SKWINU est hin. MU S-166J

    of aala, and then to ihe anilniai. Hv : albert Multiewelilt Lvetocl Carpeting "krl..d. .lab'I.' P000. f.&JO, none lea. darn portable. or "nn.,.. ZI-
    H. Kentuck, Av embroider.
    titn of the' d..e "d.r 'h. m, .nO
    (nirac-t goi.rItg' Ih. fi060nin5 cjf lakeland florlda .. D ei. CeM. Pe a ARPET OXP"RT: ..U.lo..1 Printing Foods, Fruits, Vij'fblii ... .of etehc U. buttonhole ....1..1.or. USEDAPPLIANCE
    .. Melher real
    I'.n u.o I nolsilelion 7 or
    ..Id motor nhl. ... A. ... PU'Dltu. .mOb"
    SALE'1. 0 Peultry t, 'upelleaI Photo a. FOR 'our peimlloon'elI _. Cr..1 M....,.r. .
    will ha paid' In you. and you will NOTICL 01' SALt R.ab,te A Sueel ee f..1 ALl .. Commorolal PrnucIn SELF SERVICE fruit Hand Also : .n"I HtlnihouM Driere low

    remain liable fir anv balance lemalnlng Tn WHOM II' blAt I'tINCF.RNi .2 W.n..a-L'."_., Concrsto.ICIN8KD .. L..rh..d.. ihlpped Open every dey ea,.. .E.TRAD.. Thrco oepj"j.. .. 135

    unpaid' under eaid' con You crc h.r.h notIfIed hOd. IhrfOlo"'n M.rchaldl" ..In.. Itho.r.phlb" Saturday. 3601 north Florida, nduboI'sroot.e. broodomo. Sends. W..ln.hou. Laundromat,
    I."... vnhinie' ,61.1011QUALITY. lIke oso. ?01. .
    mlll.r .. 140Weitlnineuie
    Ur. 'ISO. Oem
    FOLK riNAVCB: CORPORATION Oldamohll. 4 dr H. T. I "DIn. 1 .h.l. 40" Rosin .
    ne siame* CNIET Radiator ServiceANY lbhuidt.,
    050005. Pbcbod ,
    SlJee ... Plank 't
    Hv: n A. llolemanAealatant .000tIOWn7IIit twotorcy-la I. Del. .. d. ,. ORPEPIUt. CI, W.'ln.h.u. nfrlieralor ..
    Manaior will he enid' at public Sale at ,10 Oilo'rittnk Antieue itepi. etreite. curbi. pettoe end d.U W. .bl. P. .. "j .. ataa.OB
    P. C>. Boo 1110( on Ih* 04th Our nf .'rb.IqU. DIAL er. Art,.,.Per Sale' M'M. brlderu. K. H. ".rrl.. 6.B.6416. TYPE radiator' aervtc nosed l.d. 702.3005LAKELAND'S dl.h..h..S
    .., .
    lakeland' Klo.lda al Paul Navlnr Melon. Ion .. .... a '".n.. i.skelaud. olesmlm.. eeoorlcs. ..bulln., TROt ripe cllrui fruit Phllro relrleerator' a.D. IIOO
    1... eddn e P.01st..' dally Bpeclal ordere We
    l"A" .
    0. lain m. Lakeland Horlcli 10 ." '",." PII. I W.'nhou. freeeer lias
    1'h. nf the mule beeppii.'t Cectc Son a. A.Cletn Fences 4.5151. HIII a e Damaged Pnru
    IN TM& CIRCUIT. COURt prucende mlii .h. C.I fJ..J0 W.ln.h. .
    n* North LOWEST PRICES dlehwaiher.
    T'NTH JUDICIAL' C''CUIT' In till PC(1 mrnt nf tIle coot RADIATOR LEAKS1 P.corioo .5.buIldIol .1. .
    of 101 Furniture A .eel ... ,. laoa 015055, 6271 00 $113
    O"IC COUNTY. FLORIDA' r.luiulu.n' jlorlna and aale, ci 104 Quo. 0,1. fuelMwelry MUTUAL rcNCK Companr, Inc 0.n.10 "ull
    I IN CHANCePlVCaat cull nalo,' \..h'. and the 'o.t ofeuhih.elicn Loweit prlcn. no down paymenteuaranteed Florida 10 yeari In Lk.I..e LlmOinun ruii . |i n UD Weiilnihouu damaied ".,.
    'in. I.IM. fHKkel' IIPa i nf notice 01 aala, end MecHmry a. Yee-le, We Sons be undersold Keeioneble. Mot 74 Fruit Trees .' .. "'" blob 'k.. III I able d.o..h. .
    .en. I4J then to Ih. eatlefactlon nf II.. bul.en. ,. MU Plumb' .no Suapl oePlanoe Lekeland Induitry MO S. Chevrolete. HI 4. .07. ll.ll SO I piece, d'.ll HIM. e133
    ,.. A M,, ,eel I.. .... i.r II Relrieeratori. re.
    MART LOU SHARON OLOVEH dU. under tha ennl.It With lip. Ir. JOO CITRUS ar Vol.00(04( C.o.
    hd.o Telev i efl .lm. conditioned .
    em oo
    Plaintiff .lainea and .'ra"c. ,. ,., 101 10 ...t .. RswtavingPOR Plneepple on mum root Two tolain 1"'n r: .11 131
    I Brand new
    _v._ W. (anal' .. .. ._. .,.. Furniture Lake Olbtoa ....n.. La : 11 D.T"1 .0.
    of; reemhmel fr. h..r. whllathey
    rotor ing tIle flnanclna IU *entedpcontIemOenuS lll. riC
    "tr.LlA CIIARLES. IA1VER : BXPCRT reweevlnt of .. tail.ENGLE.
    4 .
    I moU PlutO
    mob Any .urpl" Ill Olleo .u.a I. la,1 .
    JR., I".nd..t .h'.I. .I BRIDES Brit tumoltumn holei. ineai. cleeretle, 76 I16IU
    NOTICE Of SUIT p.'d' tn veil. and you will Automotive Mduh.e'e Furniture. Pho".r"1 do cell K."u." Reweevlni Seenion. ."bedroom completeRemlniton ELECTRIC

    THB BTATE: IK KLIKI1 TO: 1jul.10 f.. coy h.l.n. romaloingunpeid 114III 6utn Si. C.ndlheoIlcd Illl. HARDY SOD CO. iiii set 320 Wool Mold' Bt Ph Nfl S.Till
    WILLIAM LHARUbM UUOVPRJR : "od..r eald, conIes'I.AtIdI 6-1151 Auto ( loud ihelli M 90 "p Onea SKI weekday! I .
    .i WIt .. reelclenca and mall I'IATK;.. DISCOUNT IIS IU Aulecoo0luu. ..._Sal Income Tax I Swimming Pools RoallDn' Is.. OmameeDleuSe Good sued TVe 141 IS Sal t
    log addreea la: Dlalilct of l-oluin I'I'It Pt Itt A'I'I KIN Automeb. 1. .... Otm.0OI Plauting 1 lot paint ,.In t* 67 66BW
    Hi lalherl' Matthew II Poe M, .TrunSO FREE ESTIMATES
    hi. Ho.pltal. lith K Street. r* a} 61 ialHardwre
    R. E., Wanhlniton n O. 115 H. Kentucky Avenu ,.. ...'_. INCOME TAX POOLS painted CLSANED.. cbemlcela repelred lupplleeequipment lib) N Ol.or. MO S-IOIS U..d dlS.tto ... 01005 u"

    You are herely notified thai' a lakeland MorldaNOTICB all 131 Me .Mok .. H.m._ $5 end 709 Can Main .30.4 s.d. .1. aol rolrlo.505bps .
    I.A:' upI I
    Suit for divorce hoe .been riled 121 Parti. ..... 1.. TlreeIJ4 MU 54510 so [
    ...,D.t you In the abo\a enriilrd UNDBP T.... Traclera & R Block Co. .J. StoIc I.occbt. paint 53 95 esllom RELIEVE[V[
    Alo or Piumbles
    .u..: Sod mOnt 7 OliSrO h..rb FICTITIOUS, NAMC. LAW Rentals .t1 sod
    required' toariawer ..rv. "01')' nf )'nUI TO \NHIIM II MAY 'OV"KRV.: : 1)1 Builneie Piece for Bent ..SAM. I. S P MBet. Upholstering
    or oilier written detenum SOl,.". I. h..b ulvon Iho Ih. Hum AeertmenWtJJ t Bun SMS I YOUR R fAMilY'SSC PLY FOAM RUBBER

    upon Walter W Manley' plaintiff '. pun..t 10 '... 11. ...... H__ 106 West Walnut St. BAuorrr UPHOLBTERINO servftllp .
    attorney, whoao addreee ,la P. O. itlitIllO.. I Inose Pee .." _'._ Ir.. covere and drapea. rea- OULT.
    Box tS4. Lakeland Horlcla. nn or: II10u.. 17. .n.ChopIn. Zo. 2011.3. I.HIl H.I'.. Aeerl Homeeia Mouee* Phone 686-1958 Free oitlmatee plrk U"od We Size! TEPRESSURE'[
    tilth day of March. of II Mok"le Blocs eSu.4u4o. Wl PAY TOP
    be fora tho UI. will reiletarIhe With >'le Home t. 0.11. 1'Holn..orl" PRICES
    A. D <*64. and before or h"'n."I.' lerK CIrcuIt, Iou," In h .. ,.. ..... 0usd. For Oood Died Purallura
    etrly thereafter to (lie wlt the' std tot loll County. upon : .jme W th a... [ end Aopllaacee

    Clone of th. .bov. .yl.d Cour'Iha recelm Or prnf of the publicat U eeueeluCCu.nnutie Venetian Blinds CALL MU 3-2044
    or1a'n. 0' eald, enewnr or ald if thIn ,itlre. the flctltlnna ".mo. u' Uele'eehed. AeartmMiteUnfurn M USE LEDGER RIT

    written defence. If any .in.wit lAkrLAND HILLJJ PAI I.. Wanted _.oe. VERTICALS AND horlBontelenenufecturrd POLK TRADING R

    If you fall to do an decree pro' LADIl" under which ... .. Ill CLASSIFIED ADS .1. MART
    <<'.."f..... will b* entered aealnmyou ..led li bunlneaa H* esperlae eo Real A'tiite AIM l.p..r. .'. I
    ."n.h. U.S.
    for the relief demanded In I hiC'rri"lW .0. ', htlelneee' at 1&41 Mea.le HefKo t.n .. Air, .Lite. MU S.3117 Is assured a of Hwy 92 East

    ;J;..H my hand and official:lof'lend. ljikel HI l In 1' er
    leal of nfflc at Barlow Polk I l'het tie parllea Inleroated IIhu Parme. Orovei, aenchao IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS home buys see to.ddys ill ouoboml.deno BTU. .IJ5 AI. Sbus Cln'le, ads. To sell
    Ihla 13th day ol "d .. Income P eoertv Cal MU
    lotintv Klorlda,. *'neee enterprlae are s 4JOaKLUOE '
    5'..N. .l'y.A. 0. 1964, fol"In*'a I.. *HVeterfrontl ... BUSINESS CLASSIFICATIOND "Homes For Sale"listings you re throughwit

    SEAL!: ) .. rout not ft. ,'h._** InlereatItlchaid l>tIII ...". .. AUT"ATC .". .. dial MU 4-1151
    'prk (" K. Rn'kl._ .i Inlereatlialed .., ..... ......." IAt M U 16-1 15 -Ask For Classified .... .. MU a... place an id t
    Ha.tlnae eml *
    By I.ucll* 'I lakeland. Polk County 10 ILBTRIC etove
    peputy Clara Florida, February 17, 1M4. see .:: : n Like new MU wiui I.41.I

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    103 F.rnlrun Appancti!| 116 AHtemebllei fer Sale so I WILD NGVBH6AROANVTHN AS n4iaf OONf$5.f0515(. 'f FORAFEVf G8B? GUECO MINUTESt I DOZED REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

    1i e PlND A4 6045 5L59'ae BUT FOR OMH CRAZY 1
    OtiLt. Al.l.EElt BUT CUD I HW6 AWHOLS
    ; nt MKRCORT lurdoor Hard s SM CoME SORT OJI t0-50t4 rTBAQON I rWVG A FEGLIN3 BUNCH O' 1S3 "..... For Silo 153 "..... Fr Ssle

    WE 0 40. PMrer .Uwrlni sod .......... I V50CVA0400t.2t110' THAT MfT/B8 V l KNOW / HARK!
    r..l Bto _dIUOL far .....11' VtWWPOINQj r SHB POUR BEDROOM Iran home inIH

    I ns taIIa ip PIO80SOSS. PnoB __.g I .le4and. small downparnml
    SELLTRADE 0 aI7'l. i 0-wItS trad for duSlBi .

    1 000 C2IVRO1.51: 0005' 401544. rttope MU ..41110. Town

    G-O-O-D I54oni Slss. 300 HP. ..__. OWNER SALEI
    50450. $4.1." Lakefront
    : CsnsId.r40l dl.
    USED 005t. Cl.h. ends to,... 503554. :. iI Small Down Payment!
    .0 Whitr 'H._. .
    On Holly Road to _.. Aor**. a
    'u VOLUWAQ _.... Ira .18. I 504085 baah home 100' .1l1tIdtt Sot With som5. Iak..
    FURNITUREWARNOCK 5011505 505515405. Roell. a.. Sw-. __ aioiMtit num. &J ratrurerator: V.0w. 40450 blbI1 horno h..
    .... 81100. 4134243.iriTi'tSii80t. I wood ttnora. ara ? ..... .._.. 80'80' lot. ........ lornpoalco _.....
    Lark: ..... ; 4TJOO Monohir warmant 400 Pamllr nom There are 3 *paoloiu >
    0 50F low 001111, .......
    FURNITURE .Ia. 55o Call Barl Ttaoeu at MO a>nn Bedroom. uoabUonal *loa>
    4 005 Cl.II 5855 4050- or MU" 4.1233.HOMES. 556. 0 bUie. ..,... and carport
    -, .50001tOOL 655404.MZRC50)104 I 10000. BL-114B-J.
    4V Appliance Exchange _
    111I8 lItO
    MUZ.2222 Lakeland P tar d.... Oolnu ...__. WW
    102 E. Memorial Blvdpnureon oeU _. obo5.oj. "J41'11. BY A. S. MORROW
    iait.axoa ..0..11, oa. erllndrr. sOloS ahltt BmUa 101 a. ...... 'h. NU 54157
    rrl..rator. Nt to. Tatr..rt oondMlon. Ml.inn
    nppoejt* ....U>..I.. NICE' : 180.4 attar Hud ,n"t p.mMtAL I 129 Fvratditd Apartmtn'rORMUHBD. 138 UntumUh.d Apart. 144 Ac......, fats For Sale 150 MI.c.n....... 153 HOMOS For Solo $100 DOWN!

    104 Gas Oil F.elPKOPANB I On* ow_. Air oonditlonad B,. EASTSIDE
    ,. Aaklnt OB infurolehed. til.. THRBB ROOMS bath modem R0505 001340' lot ID .11,. 3457op. BT OWNER: MM *..r*. thre wed
    drajiBU a7wl.W beta ntnne*. 017.00 *. .55.l 4* ...._... elorae Mhoola CP PI_. Loodpod. ...000. rwm cm full til. katti. eariortuulllr hop tOok'. 35810.0 Ia all ,.... NEAR LAKE BONNY
    OAS ..* Mokini. heatmi 0000 wionthir, Nan1 80. M aupracMl. ill loot nail MO 41334.7'Xl0.5A0T1301.0tf. room 411,000 ,JIG down 1401\0. Com"II, rrdoourotmdi
    pwtment v." air. furnlMr In OSlo S bad
    ..... .3 CORVAtR nourm FOR COKWICD on 11TH Nonl&> ",...nlo .. 10. .
    not Irrliatlon. Indue- lor aaia. al.MX *. MO a4441oteaa Char.... nm37 altar a ejiHOMJC so ..
    CB h
    trial .... Call 18..311II. Ivi'. Im. 3440 WoOS icui stret-t? 0 Com_ STIllS: : wear or WUBKTKK I. BIoP SW ,... 011108 .r "U.T. roam wlUi panMad Plor
    nrlal Oaa fttrrtoa. 1183 He.. OAI\&OIl: APAa'l'lllllHT. ....., au UNI'IJR"UlHIED. MODKHN. r*- 00od. M'U 1I.IDfIJ sItpo a or 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS: 83011I..WN ea :. would. fcaautlruLak Ida room rear atroened porch.
    Aubwmdak Blthwar. 111I. NAB. 11041_ aorno&. o-d Convenient BouUuld lo*.. decorated. Four rooou am boll. 1 02m580d.. ro FHA UAbiFUD BOVKHB Marian. Pand road 13 R.TUCKERJr carport and uutllr MIss lawn
    rInopQrt4u01. 55.4 I.101./ UOB Near Dlileland food ..!.! 0101 lot Call MP V..o733.HBWLY MIlL RVDY. RlL3'O4. law P.. iiloa aat kland. AuoumdalO4I14 and ahruhwrr. A lot ol e.ira.
    5elusl'.oo. 57 1..._ Itorl& ..-. OslO MU a3J03ATTBACTIVKLTFURNIHHKD. nuRD aIIIOTION DOW OOOD InB.n MO30OSO7AL. B..IO'l ANYTUU. WO 13013.OYOW040R. All for A10.BOO. Call Sill Tranu .
    105 Jewelry DHCOBATED five _.... Ae_. Pick Scoot 1M 000 REALTOR *. MX I.7BBO with T. 5. '1'...
    M CHKVHOLFT. barOlop ... 5ft48. IOTIIL.' : APARTMOIT0.: SOd batti. ereoned porch. Near atoMa'e ., wall Ui* aelratton la ,od. Be*... : CB bo.s 91th er. Jr.. Realtor MU 6-7171
    wa PAT rank BUB. M pom elation ..... 1.0 ron.. 110... IIIIlItI. fur.lohd. -"- Park Hill Inquire 031 Pal Ulul blah low wiui mmirhd or .roonad IIB old dlamoBdi loll. 2'". $00. MU loOQ70. Oak A... 01010 5.05.1. .800 PloW m llo. o In,... Total prloa 4U11. MU .t'I3
    oolna lolA platinum ell .r.
    T ItO. 05,151055. PItA Ares Prooort
    Krieon Jewelrr. lot Bout Her- _- .- T imps HI.b..,. JUST F10105I.0. four 2 bodroon.ooor..n. 00 down os. nonlh For moraInrorm.Uoa. 151 Roal Eitato Exchange COUNTRY HOME Medulla. Wood VA Arns Pro""rl N.n..r tdsnim
    call .
    IdaWB. I .. lop 1Id..11o. COntrol Jerrr Tram. redecorated two bed .
    CY -1218 or Dan Wlnttra. cv -- NEW HOMES !
    -- --
    ; >nd I bedroom h..t .nd SIT 000dtLo510o. O..r rooms. Florid room solo or -
    onertmanla 5.4-
    BUY aullgue clocke, .elchnlewelrr : 3 1411 Winter H.'NI.PASTURE WILL TRAnS aoUMi In Lakeland
    1.000 .. '
    AUCTION cawel 4 t. of lIning 00110- land ottrva traea TOO UKoad
    Ala. dlaiiionde, r Auburndal .
    plaUnun 10 ,...... for land or soil
    00. 1050.5 rAt .
    3 3B07DKHIRABLB roOrn. Owner 'B3-.11I0.
    and cola. J000 L Larxu tu '138.'" P.rk 0111. C.II irr propertr or buy sour MHO, A LITTLE MANSION 3 and 4 bedroom concrete
    tool LenoB. Duo to the blf Inonae IB oar*. SOUTHHIDt aparwent -. !lull.... 004-3103 Doa m land or oountrr pronertr Bee NOW THRRK kedroom CB ahadtreea I
    w* will curt both aalea Wedni toP mm SOIl. newlr dee.anaed or 1I..tll. LAND R C Loll or B I,. Gardner 01 ,.'.IIt. lot No oily ta>n block and brick homes, IVa I
    107 Plumbing SuppliesMontgomery dar and Prtdar at 1'Ot: II.... cloee to .10.... ..... M113B Dick( Auto Oelri Mid DIll's Alol.t 41 led 00 eloiln _I. 1018 3 Bedroom l'/4 Baths I and 2 bath Some with air-
    .harp Any oar owner oan awll 139 Unfurnished Houses I ,. lOll lEu' 5.030 '" .*, """ Woodland DrlT.. Owner. OM.3731
    MU 64133. Fully Furnished : conditioning. 3 locations to
    U PP5ItTWO bedroom. llvlni acres at $150.-$155. 5300 POR III' 04011,.
    Ward roam. kllohin bath oedar oloeel. ALSO PARTLY rornlahed. Ilod INTERK8TKD: IN .....In. ham month!, p..n' er $01 Th00DdT000i. Immaculate choose from-near Winston
    GOFF 3 &
    GET A CAS HOT WATER. & MULLIS Near MOM. hue. Adult. 81:1..717.a 101'1 t1001... MOO SoAr $166 per acre. Good Ian In Mlam Manor for oni la Lake. Tfsd50lodO. 1113 Ct_ 808 Cumberland School, near Southwest
    Momorlal Bl'Reoiter'l land
    & or vlrlnltr J T Wool. ooon' PlirO.
    AUTO priced with
    HEATER FROM AUCTiONI 110 HLOCtta from .. .*. llTIn Ale,. right good worm no We.ood Drlva. too*. schools and Southgate; also -
    WARDSP I room klU>.h.n. with AmIno terms Manor. Florida. tJNDq CUNOTILUCTION TrodlGnaI A Buyer' Opportunity
    Have Hot Water OT earlr 111101..... pbonei3eu MM JIod..1Ia, MU an" : tJNI'UHoNIBHIEO OOPUEX a s..o10010O '\ 10 ....I.D f1510540400r51 Sunshine Acres in South.
    8-<) .. MO 4 304EFFICIENCY .. eateort ( 101_. aebooloiilhiaM .., W1U 'l'RADIIlk.: .. bedroom dlnlni room paneled 10m' Move Right In .
    You Need itt > BRO. till Combs. R. M. MARLER I... hath horn, for' ...11... lIT _.a with tlrenlare. douliirr east Lakeland. For a Salesman
    84-Hr. 1011I&I1._ TWO ItICDHOOM UpStilr. ..n.rlmon' nii-4071 or ..._. Phone eoa-ooai door lorn double lara.. to show these homed
    IS 'OB W. looIDOD .1C.II
    117 N. Kentucky 117 Airtomobilos Wa.... "' .2.181. 80'1 THIt.IIIt HorU BKDKOOal Nauaob..I"wlUi aarpor. 17 & SON WILl.bath TRADE ham: hi Uirea inland bedroomtwo HUll. Briar Hnae ddrel Lakeland... Ototn moat build dretratle LIDDICOAT REALTYMU call

    MU 2-5103 : APAKTMJtNT Clear. "OIItA1.. 000' 5100.. MU 1.111.. LMLA Realton lor Muntrr nlao. OI3-7J9T .r. MI13. 8.4662
    WANTED CLEAH tar 4O to 'M and ...10\. Central *location Frl.
    1VB ROOMS all electric. Mam, 1401 e. Main MU TWO BItDItOOM ".m. lou.o.
    Model asBWTIlii
    Call MO 5-3803. vat* parklni. UtmUea and hoaiurnlahed ,
    101 Pianos & Musical Intl.OMB ( 089.1M2monthlr Sod rafrtoeralor fnrnlehed. oood Lakeland Bine 11)00 152 Ko.1 Estate Wontod 50 roor. broom. Cnrlrr lot MEL RUDY
    FAT CASH for pickup trluok or cation on Fern Rood. IM Oulot neighborhood. Vert reaaunable -

    ANTIQUE Bpntht .....10. L'SSiaM'" '"''"', "_ .aU !4 APAJITMINTO: 0105. III. 3-4 p 40050 *."..D..' ......"". eoa wa Oft mullet Nerd llntnn :..w.Y9iOHp LMLA REALTOR

    Loonell Inc. MO eMuta Plortdi 5 80$4O. WMOP Uurolabs.4. $45401 p 401. for ..1.. rentali. Mel RucIGr. ,. Real. TWO BEDROOM CB home. Wee MORTGAGE BROKER
    .nue. MU ;un. Wit PAY 515 UP for Junk ear. 000.4031TBMtB Flva loom bo..... Waur turn' 145 Business rroperty \ 1.3T Kant Memorial. 0-4I01 ... i. oompleMr furnUhed 18.. ONLY $100 DOWN!
    ppm pbS .n. 'I'onkol'l 1,01 ADd DOOMS and bath Neai, 1 Sold. oood 1o.. lon. Near Com. 300 Ter_. 9814 Coehran IMraatFINB 1527 E. Memorial Blvd
    HEAR M.t.l. In,. 002-3117 downtown oio .... ""tioolMV on Four bedroom two baths.
    Eaet: MamolliBlfeet Mlnrola Drlv.'TAMPA RIOHWAY 180 I .2" LIST LAROI frain bo..... 3 dial 6B6-4107 any time
    TIlE NEW LOWREY CASH IM a flaah. PIT or'' ol.klln Shills MTJ4 U_____ 3-3407 ,0.0. wIns, silo'. John a..n.O 1010. 5 bat.b.. Pyult 510,. Bill no city taxes, only $9800.
    WITH AUTOMATJOORCHfBTRA '.' or old." Can en-llel. Wild,, TWO BKDKOOM oonrret blork D 11.110. 324 WOOl MaIn B'RIIIIDEN'I'1AL WITH US Iooe ........ 1'001. 050-3140.. Kids walk to Southwea'schools.
    130 Fornltwo. .
    Bill Homos
    Howard with
    CONTROM _/ atovo and rrfrktrt '80nib. p I : COMMERCIAL. CLRAN TWO bedroom ranch E
    YOU PLAY 0 .ne-nol mrlodr WANT.I: ot.D I.nk 5000 00 505 000 1'10" Vor".DI. Phon., induntrlal lota. HUa all are... ...1 "tt .0horly. ...n'.tn.L It aUIIN I callent' for retired Nortl ern cou: V.A.
    VItA four rliht nand and aitonaUcallr ....h. for oaah Prompt. MokBI NICEbY FURNISHED: Two lanemenu 803.4000. Stdd" 11801Ior. '*" "_orl81 IT vows,0 H. L. IIIbort,1 PrIm.on pie Oood fluhlni. 1433 Wen Lake
    Call Black'.. and Bath.- otla. **. MU *.' 11..10'1. BEST TO SETTLE ESTATESeven
    POOP one-nol noiodr .83-1801. THRU PICDBOOM CB almo.* Ralior LMI *. 204 a. T n- Cannon Wlnlr Haven BUY SOUTH!
    00..... full hord-4iav. .._ OB75 Be* 03 Eaat Olaandel, 000. 101 Ooon.. 1l1root. 17. Cob NDUPI111A7. 1'11ACT ..dlolo.Krafl MUM Avenue. Phone MO I-'nj
    Ida from ttu verr firat SOlOS "-I. I Mm la .. aloofLY PVEN room hom.. Ibroo Three bedroom
    120 Form Implements MU 0.3053. P.00.. 005rOOtOIb450IY I. Tenn A. Farklni bedroomi. two b.II. Ii.. son- two bath
    Btm: HEAR:
    THB MANY- beautiful- PLAY itrlal MODERN UPLax. T.. _.' TWO BEDRooM ho",... atov. p' 5111 BI.b..,. ltsllrosd 80.110O. LoU led Florida room wall to ..n Florida room, only $18000 room masonry home
    BOW 0 000. f..I.bad ..r .asturolohod,, ..., _.. John ". Srsosao. Rooltom 118.. central beat
    00 d11l1iart a PARMAU. tr* $550
    mower Inaulra caleAmerloan .. .lootru kltebm AJn ....11. *|MhouMtralltT p ChUd..D welcome. caU I 4103. .. Doubl _r'. Moot be only down. F.H.A.
    CANNON MUSIC CO ........*. 9104 Smith $* Wa tilnf. prlllotM ..: _do,.i. MU 0.2030 .nd'i oIl-n 10 "P.I.. ......... II 2 TV'i, washer,
    .. .. r,orldaA8E RolOKOBOM 301 0"0 PlorIds Polds A.. IOPl.lnu.IIBI..IU I .&::1..101.CO'M'AOI. POR IIINT: : Thrw bedroom ,."., Ponchos m11J'E!: ,MU 0 1072 MEL range and refrigerator
    '? : TKACTOR. WOO. Call Ml s oarat dining room. built RUDY
    bom.. bedrooms
    on .d Three two baths
    TWO rn.ois. b.U>,., kll II..... 40 ACRB 60'1 AND 110 Wrnt ,
    aIAUr1PUL 6PtMT PIAnOS t-14J or MU "1008. 1801 wn ftb *rove-a to T Hull HlreelTwo
    37Si, ConeolM. ,3tt. ctudloeHMt I_ bsrd 8180.. 410485.,., 0004034 fl545.5 _. old-*61 *alnria. 1130 plneanplree S0T0SI ID or o.t 01 Cltr. Call: now twuew. Three bedroonuwo LMLA REALTOR Florida room; separate din.

    _b"*. SlIP aehBrown 121 Mobil. Hunts ..' ndult. Ho tavrut. MD p 010.. 5010,' .. Blrool'l 7 *. 0511, .'0._. iood termi tile batha. ll.ini room din MORTGAGE BROKER
    0 11I' Near TED ing room. Good financing
    S'brlni TOWSON ni
    >. B04 South Florida !rHRKB Conlwt LeHoailkltt room carport I50O down
    TWO BUHOOM furnlahed home 03 (0. ITiixt BEDROOM btxiroom 50053tldo Dick* Iteallr Branch 01. SOS "month call ei3-aa 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. available. Close to Golf

    109 ladle TsIevIsInTVaIT'.lI. MONTEREY DELMAR Cl...month In. 1100 Call North MU 0-400 Anderaonno 160. John Brmtn*>n. 1taaI1G IilW10ol 12'p II.Rout.. phone 1. Bo.Sebrlni'". BV B-0391 S Hot BBALTORMTJ 817 .. Pla. An 0WOIt3obrg. : In auburbe'urnlal dial 686-4107 any time Course EMI69.
    ___ WOW M.n. 0"103. I ed or uaI..mlohad. HerTiuredar
    ". PP.0. .ao M 535 MIRAMAR MARK: POUR ROOMS I.rolob.d. sIr.I UNFURNISHED TWO'bedroom dROVE: BARGAIN 10 *<.r... Prldar. Baturdar. tilHo
    On. oonblnst&0C. 1sd. lOt ..... VAGABOND ,..d. Near Baantown .nd Pub.IS. bo..... p moellr oraniM. t U 7 ,**.. old 153 HOIHSS for Sols ith Oarden Drive. MU 20412
    Privat owner. e o-S4.J. 710 Baat Parker. '11I"330.P'URHIIIHIID .. av.nv"rc I' wIll Sled hn.... send location OROVB PARK: ana Three bedroom FOUR BEDROOMS George Stewart
    MOBILB BOMB XHSTAANCV North ot Lakeland Coil Malcolm 'WNBB LXAVINO: Florida aoon CB carpauni. draperle.. Don Sutton MU 2-6582
    JP'FICIIIN01' 001. .
    SIX BOOMS. mod" rhomaa cvanlnte. (M 710* M.w
    .I. ellll horn
    etnet manonrr with four
    112 Wenttd MicellaMeiis .rr offera modern homo at a reducedprlr air conditioned arrevned 33022pill.
    111.5 ..
    440 Loaalol1ow Dpi
    DEE'S Coil M'U 811I'11.OONVItNIIICT .ra. citrus. Oirdrn. b.... 170. 811 Burt Rodiera. Realtor. 000'9711I *. furnuhed or ,unlurnlihed .. built In OB: ran,. me bedroom.. two bitS. lane nor
    lloflO.rIlo MU 1-01.. V 4 ACRKH oleared and rldied 8110 Woodblno. 'oven law 101. Oil 000 Preernl da room b.IIt.lo oteu andante A. F. PICKARD
    CASH POR ,..r lID.... 5.mIlOU POSt 50OrIS. 000. (or rltrui. Two lOod hou. plsr.0 morl ai. 110490. 013-4243 Oar oak parauot floor. looat
    .33'1'1.. MOBILE HOMES tool "r.. 4u10.. 2330 w...... 3 BBW100M CB It. bath. on hard top Two w.11o, 180,0.. 80UTH8IDE.. NEW Trad poor upolntment .d in Lake Olheon area on 100
    ... .. REALTOR LMLA
    built-in ranio and .I. Three bedroome tha II. lot Only down -
    oren Veiolean count. MO 3 IH37.
    441 M. Wabaan MTJ B4LM ..., ,, will take tw n brda. Walklnt dle- LASSO: niUHON Park BlorUlci
    131 For Rent Ml ll modern aioo month owarlr 300 S. Florida Ave.
    e m.
    beela. tanco ahooplni and elementarrechool .I ooo eaullr for B, own FUSSELLE & SONS INC.

    TItAIJItR & _tat.'; inauranc LAR01 rRAMB S bedroom. 114oaUie ..or.... etreol from. South. .r. Three _.nomo. two bathe. 011 S. Pla MXI B.-BU3 Phone MU 2193
    COM "It RCIAL : : ..., Junior WOW
    Hub Wlndao Inlni
    SouU room Florida oak
    116 Autemebtlei Fer Sole *. eu>ra.e. part. auppllw. In. or .nr..alohad rraUUUf off Arlanna. '7tnonw I DUNCAN GRAPEFRUIT Street oar SoulS Llnrola Avenue loora. double carport 119 Wildwood .

    eured bonded local and nation I >l Sod KMItor IstT Bait U*. Open. Sundar "'"rnocn. al. Avenue. ena.lo>4.
    IMl CHIVY II. air oondttlonedautonaUo traniporura. 01_ .. 4710 Hew"empa norlal Bird em-4107 anrtlm HOWARD GILLETTE 10 ....... 711 (rare Irritation 00 br enpo utroeot.. Plioni 118111110. DRASTIC REDUCTION
    IIlah.... MO4)034. 36' DOWN. 00700 ,
    traBemlulOB. radio. 133 Mobil. I Raaltor LMLA available Price U5 QUO cwh Cal 104 ...h.n.. niunihiF CAMPHOR HEIGHTS
    Avenue Thru
    heater UBtod ( .... *u.4M. Call I ITTLB BEAVER Irani tralKre. .m.. P on* MU A-4179 Jim Poweri wlin T. R Tucker. .CENT: -SALE: Near collwe. Twobedroome bedrooma 104 bathe. kltehei
    811\1113. 13' la IT. Goetello Travel Trail Jr.. Realtor. MU *7173 Cotter.* ullt-lni.. R.droorrtmd throuihut IN PRICEOWNPR 2 BEDROOM AND
    .. .en. HaTendal Bhrdn Wlniar Ha.. CLEAN MODIRN furniahrd hou* Is rear aa-163 ln.r::'. ? 1 1THRn Mhlolay. fteallnr_ _
    un "KKCURY Noo"' ,. All ; p.m. -.. _n_.. *_JtHakfta n._. : FLORIDA ROOM
    ni 'V30' irallnri cotlaiM oood lltluoondllloni REAl TRANKPERRrO
    ESTATE Sara
    ... :
    po. '. Ln.AM pItA .. $405 BEDROOMS Itk .
    Utllltln luml.h b.IIi.1 Brll-3200 CAMHUIDOB: 4 Bedroom
    .. .
    MU .7V.WI OWNER TaANnPBRRU. $10,900
    Blue B.. 11I1I0"IB.80 ....kl'. 003 I Florida room air ; HOUBI: iris I.nd honiei one bedroom .
    : .INA..CI: YOSIP 510411 I 0.oed. MU Po tl 5 Street 10' donjon eal. looated. .Mobil loBl 3537.N000PFS1AILLR.. 143 Mobile horns lets 147 Income Property fenr.d rind Meal barialn In a 00 Olin ro..... ....00. Coil NU for llbrarr or den I ballia. onvenlent to arhool plartfroundnd

    LOW SO 540 "0_. 5OPIAIO Park M-UOt TWO 5.dr0001I .." ,deelrahla lofiatlan. Call MUB4Q51 0.4370 "orm.1 Dlnlni Room and Mualr ehoppini. Thle U a dandr S

    U.rd Care. aio.'milti .05.0.. 'Ial WabSub ArnmI. mass: BEDROOM home. throe or alter S pm. IIBJ"O& FOR BALI: br owner and builder Room NOW. 420 BOO. An 0500-' bedroom I,i.m. wltli o.ln-oodt.

    MERCURY Mon.....': e. P0,80 NO '''13B. Free Rent. ,*r laraia. lane iwlmmlni pool. LOW DOWN p.m'nL a... ca.JCI brand new. near .....u...... lent Bur EL-ll2t HBEERMAN Uoned Plortda room Lara. uulllr
    new. Air oondlUonad power phi 7io a month inmmo sa* t Hono"'II. Tw. $460., Ulna In Cleveland Helihla beautllu room and bloc a full eu* laram
    dIn bout aU wall* fake f IA ONCE AGAIN 30' "ODrR" oo..d hou. trsll ...norl, and owner it 340J Tan hndr000.. 4134745 Uwa*. Oak tloora. air conditioned 3-5511110 r.n PttSIIlI .1.... loT alora*. and workeliop 4545olortooso
    ......111. .r C.II oa WO Lake 1.3481.0,8.1.1,1.ID Poll 1Jo..II.Bo. CII,: Free Towing. lewood MU S.H10KLUXE BAROAIN: NEW thra bedroom "ealed Two lane bedrooma. MU .1110 rod bbli000 .rlLed slIt

    ) : BOUTHBIDK: duple. CB Carport uulllr. built-in heater FlorIdA room bath and H. A CoIl 10 200 JlM-8011.
    lone MEHCURT four door. automelt .. otter Lakeland tlnait .election 505 Poll CUr

    till April tIn oma for aon.aono who want tOTlimo
    *. full power uulpmrnl. Tak 0 Two bedroome. oak floore. Lam tile bath IniuUted. awnlniwlndowi REALTY
    over parmeow.. Ill Weet Mar. -1 *f ueod aubll pome*. 'Imparlal eeniral Florida "sol ultramodern room, air conditioned Priced for lurrad wall. diamond and priced below valueTerm KEN HARRIS
    lorIS itrertHEAL. Mobil Horn 0ii. 130; PI1RInSHm TRAU.IROB moblUion park homo or Invntn..61. tern*. Mocloelin duet .wellm. paved afcreeta. noollr with no oloalnl ooeU. Lo- 9025 South Florida AsIans
    Mortb WabBah Annulli OOI13B lot Ht btdroomiLaria vlelt feet. MU ."3J'. iuee. ".dOlI. *Jl Strain Ala .ted at D14 Karnorwood M LWoodard. MU S31B1 0.050.f ;= .I.MLA
    BAROA1N M Cadillac air Iront poreh Air ooBdltlon olnl M nobUhomo ToneS toda, nice tw* bedroom CB Lara Florida alter I phon MU 1800 8 AlP
    eondiuoned >. w r ....rln.. d. Walor and IlihU fur. all OILY laclllllea on nun ralrnBlu TWO.. ) DUPLEXES (lour apartnte room near eehool. .10... ..nd.bur.b. ..1334. 118..191
    kUchJine furnlalwd
    br.U" .u_.,... radio neater:., nuhtd. Mikomti A..BU*. I...' ofUMBorlal I en all turn raoHailon buiidinIT'S 51,111 Air ... Ideal retirement home.
    .1..0. t3SO Mil 1401.. MUJ074 BOTAL houiw trallar Ownermured Bird 018000015.McColloughFrazer conditioned 0001001 5 OBnveitmrnt 71T Savannah Both hoima
    >. Beet oiler 1204 Murrowvraat In Bkrlln A..... Termi. dlecount $50 PER MONTH
    1957 PORO .-. oor bardMP hadlo -.:. ... sr S pat Inc Drive Out Today To 1.01 aANItB 1'1.... Inp000 prop. for cub In ...U,. will coept I I
    h,el.r. tJM Phono HONTERAT 10I&0 WlUt 10'ill' or". 111rl.b.d. 11.00.. Oood 5rpm.... lois or trurk or trade
    3-3433 Winter H...... C1'j'wbana. Screened porch oornorot CIRCLE '101000. or owo.r. Con boor..non PI on. 0000Tilim tImo ..ft.37'" I and I bedroom frame homei WIth lovelr CB horn. 4 lane m
    .' M I .
    IPS B. Manorial 64. 11 BB bedroome. t full til bUi apaoloue ,
    No. 3. oordoni Fark. 004Ldonctellow dip lltun04m and Moods'. that muat a* aold tnmedlauilro .'
    DUB TO circumstance will tell .... .
    1903 MONZA '100 down toO Blvd PmbrOot' 22 .nd U. or oaIIJorkoon.1l1o aualifrin*. ". eloetni rout notrie II. room. luraaa loan
    up parmmonth .,... 551 '134 Mobile Mom. fats MOBILE HOME ItA ..80.... thru bedroom two bath etna!. .. Minimum down permenl orporo... dm100' rno"' ..tI.. OmIt
    AStor I ,.... 00 04.Ods,1. I lent condition CB horn In Hllh Sod ran move 10. For Information, 3 eer karate. JBJO ... tl llvini
    111I.31.0 122 Mobil Notnts WanU, AKB: BONNY Pour ma uobllo 1501 West Arlana St. ,land 0-4100 Hill toO ...rUI.*. Call MU p1,001 Monde throuili Frldir 0 ..... 550-005

    POR SALE: 'Bl Oalaxle. V.Adlo Homo Park .lao Urtatt Ion In Open 7 Days 9 6 10 0.
    ,. P.M.
    hMKr. air power bra TIS WANTED TMAfura under 01 ooo L.l.l..d. HUB and drr MuolelMI SLIPPERY BUS. NO MONEY down. n* cloelni JOHN J. BRENNAN

    and eteerlni I'bOD.118811.. lira hone oann Tampa 0300 82..12.Baat Broadwarrampa Write,. olMlrlo aMr and oawarntt ICACTIPUL LAROB: ehedr lot 00.11. PI.. TOOlS CB with 01kUob.o. MU 2-2283 I I1t00llor USED TRUCKS
    r .... but tinea Block to SOT trailer on Lake Parker. SOPle .. PIlOT 01ST booohA" LMLA 1188"10' ,
    l01W 0..... Park BhopplBt COD.ter. II Tank water and electric pn Theea worm will help moo elli .. Ir poll .OD PIP $13. .00U. A ...n'. HolO.I lOll C..U. AND TRACTORS
    WO '''7lO :
    Oood Uko -ftohlill and boauuc 0034021.'TRAD.EO.
    nto on* of Ww neat little '
    124 Trucks, TralltnMM Small prta. 1H4O 1I0rlor.... BUSINUUIES moo fould "" ..100. 'PORICI.OIIUr: KXPOM E S S I: 9baraalo NO DOWN PAYMENT '
    lal Lake Drift. MU 9.7473I1XIB OWNIIUI: Tool 0'0' Till le a loll.. fluh bait bualn In man, Lakeland IT... I I' IS INTIRMATIONAI. V IMeab
    110180 DO rOUT own los ID Lok. *..r *IB,n*. lira,*hta
    THIRSTYfor 1 FORD van em*. 0.> 00 : MOBILE Park 4MO N., 01.04. Trslb.r 50140.. Two .na 51 OSISInO lltu horn 01. Mai Budr Realtor 1011 C Memorlal I I .r. fully MU'peedReady .
    ZOOS New Tampa BI.b..,. Mark I romps H Lari drf lou,. blUrb 1..1 0' 1-oh. PsrkP 00Jun11. I 104 ft lot ...."'Inln. for on.IT Blvd OB44107CHOICE on Pour lot LOOK UP UTIO
    TrIAlS Poet klunlclpal tnM ,rt, ....... tola.Mion "r.o. sri. lot.,. pined 00,000. &oil to ... CN-1'I13 : RETIREMENT: hOO1..
    .. ...-..". 80:405. _'rlolad. loti.,. on. furnlabad both under 14 ooo ALL BRICK HOMES '10 INOLIIM FORO.Va..
    Bl CHEVROLET: pickup LWBlood ..$1118004. Pyltow .110. 5. Id.ordHolI. rellent terma CooS talk. Clark today s Cars For Sale ads \/... _.". Rear !and a.datraetar

    tome mouth.watering, (* condition '800. Phone *M2BO 135 looms for lilt ..... "r, 1taaI_. 0022334op Larry Heath MU 2-8500 IcrolIr. ...-'03.. In this section and be I Onl door, 50.0,05. NoW 0170.t.nINTI.NATION.L

    5054970. Galen Hauger MU 3.1358 THREE: BKDKOOM iwo kithi. $56.36 amazed the excellent
    furniture buyi? There are i'IiivAoi.rr load by too Grave
    plrkup I .
    XMINBB BBDROOaf: boo and CB construction Cork floora, nr,,
    SooT .. ...
    OFFICE MU 2-6147 h. '
    ondltlon. paint or trade 144 lets fsr Motor I
    bucketful of bargain in for aluminum new runabout 4.J.3MM .W. MUDOlla... Oontlaman MO 34480.prafwrod. .15, Sole tool heat., and Near air Bhopnlni eondltlonlnifurnlahed e.n. p.r nontb values Duo't delay I Grove fender. 410.1I

    Classified! Turn back to AKELAND: IflaHLAMDS llHlllrreMoUal ten. churchei and arhaola. CllutIlltMie INTCSNATIOMAL Cub
    Soul) does tote
    LAMeS: 150010 elooo. 'mAr boo. paiment on our I .
    and lIt. protection. Joulout CLAI5IFIIO DI.PL" Cede* with 1* under.atarter
    homealtoi .
    44,110500 jmfarradMO "'101 OB prlvt HAUGER REALTY "anr ", odol. now under eontruotUB
    Household Goods" nowl! RENTALS J4t 705nolAbli. an*. Cli wsbtr Cat BoaenbluniHaaltor of eiir Br $MKUuUnaat i 00- 0.0,5.. UkaTnlw ."lijiMaajr
    4WII- OJ4I. Ir. MU O 1290 ThU homo wal In
    Realtor IMLA lotll Parade of Homei. Lane lot NEW VOlKSWAGENS

    1 21 BHtlnon MUCH For Ron 31 Unhiraisbtd. Awta. PIvI 050014:$ACHII. ...1: 010.18.body 82B 0001101 d.....182'020 lie B. Drama Statop FOB BALE: or root. two _room IMPERIAL'CONSTRUCTION DELIVER FOR $1733.95In.l. ...,.

    .CLA''I''KO O..LA"SELL _1 I" BlealBTlal Blvd MU 041073IB80N at th. sun of RI. Owl CB. Varr good location, loud deal L..h..U.. wh.1o wall.. to cho... fromQUIIUAN I
    UILDIfta. 40' 40' for laa*. Can UNOOLN COUST A 55540451 tOT homer rent 030cloldo. .,41. mor.or, ...1.Ilh
    YOUR CAR b.U0415T854&UOAOtST what Lohl.nd' 115.00 toT .010_ po.plo. ._ PARK Attrartlfe laklew .. a.1o Dpi.. lIou.... Pornlorm.lloo. CO.i .n" 'ull .00 ,.nk. '''...... I
    IBV* rou. Pacln* Crratal LakiiBthlni I toonh 5.5.05 aDd WOOl 'lla.M lote Laree wooded altM wlllewor U> nut 118..017. :;. &uro .,un.I.. "
    TO US. ......b. Can ... flnlnbedontact 0 54350.75V1 and watet la Oood term.. 1 48 Walorlront Property INC. I. .......W'\ld.h.. .......d....w..h..r. .Ion..n"bu.

    WI PAY TOP PRICES FOR : SM-HJO or .....1001. ROO,,". alMB COBVIBIntDoatloB "BC tend Compenr. 'U-OOoI. ._ Ill 10. P1.. A.. i lord ..1Ip..oll, A. INTERNATIONALTRUCK

    ROSS LAKELAND 129 Fwrnlshod Aportmtnti I or MUPU VIol ,_o.blO. PbOBal 140'. dlrartu behind 38M Cle.e-, 1 bedroom novel alone & TRACTOR
    ... -..a. and HWlhU BI... Cell MO ho.... (7010 CUll or term MOTORS, INC.
    MOTORS, INC. mops ROOMS and bath "'mIlhad. OlIn. MU S-3471 Lo.... Solo from 6N. I* off oni DESIGNED FOR TRADa thT.m ......oom. tWO Pots Couoto'O OnlAu' 2115 D... City Hwy.
    BRAND NEW: or 001100.. ......... "W P.....
    Two lower. 44Bmd .I .1001 d.... Cr005 A l7oo.chomOlIdrAnam. 50010 for OSi50. Phlno Ph.a MU 2-4117
    upper on
    1500 M.iMrlol al.4. LAND BOV-1010 a.ree *em| .
    W. ehooli "' 1. II th. BkwM twodroom I $II.. 1'0nD 01 On0l 003.0021.CLAISIFIRD. 1.00 W. MO"'AL 'L"D.P"ON.
    Pk. MU 2-JIH '. 198 MO! 2-3190 awrtmrat Hi Lakeland Irared pin land too per aor i 301 Wooda and weuerlT SOLVING PROBLEMS. I MU' (Fmtrly Prus.bIIOOlIb8009EATSLEEPLIVE
    CLASSIFIED' DI''LAV.' Ml floora air conditioned. buuta 340 Bore oattl* ranch fenoed andoroM I DISPLAY .
    _- _rani_ and own. electric leered Corral and loadlniohutae OWNER: : TWB bedroom cot.M --
    1.1_. 1'DO'1I flal .._ .. IBI per acre 10 arrae *. completely furnlthad. 100' Classified I ads do It quicky -
    ok.. CbSll.l 050400. IIb.oo M'U 0111, $U a. B1500 down 300 ot OB Lake ....Ion. nol, 58.000.
    p .0 bead of cattla. onlr (oO.r"1 Two fl bedroom eobtaiM on 180' easily economically '
    13..121. ,
    'ooo Bore. four mile from 100' lot at Anna Maria .nl, 413. MOVE
    Come In ,I lid Meet TWO .EDItOOM duolo. 04 thu.laId. ..- rM Oardenn. U .. bl.b.., 000 boA torma Ore email trill To order 'em, call MU HNE l
    toII rodr.lad. 011 5 rootac. onlr 9750 9ft aor*. see tw lot 33HOB on the water atudeon
    nonlh Leabf owner MU 14J41LAKB R. C. Lele or H .. Oardnar. Sorlnie 422M loud 61151 for an ad.writer.
    .. MU 0.7004 DIoII'. R altr. toil Soot Main tern Be. R C. UK owner .
    -----.I MORTON ..... near Roll Phone MU "'133 Oil Rook Main Phone MD 4VIJ3 --- ---

    Chek Klectrl ,....., talmaalar iiVa AOitS blaa a nd dOT two ., -3.1
    '7. ,. 0000g,. ( 1I1Io-u...,. h.._. ecrwnporth bedroom modern nouee. hardoad CLARIPIID DISPLAY "jA1SIPPPD> DISPLAY .
    -:1: Wa..B Ia..... 880. PnoiW POD'". IrrWatlon faneed _
    ...0:111.: .ndaraued. $* ... Plant Cllr. \ '.
    DUPLBX UirM rooma and 7&1-37110. ,

    ': >. { bath Modern, *4O Bwnlh looeBaat TWO 1.010. 410.13. _b. Will II
    Lamon Sweet Telephone oTIS for ..... or OD tlm. $2000 PUBLIC AUCTIONTWO '
    0024200DOLUXI -
    \ Sop both 004.2008.OFFICIAL.

    TWO bedroom w'In een.tral L ..: R j
    beat and air ooBdluonlnvbuilt .
    In *ren and rani. relruerelor ON SAME DAY FEB. 24th 1
    J Walkln autanc* Mechooll GUIDEto
    and _DID.. The flMetavamnent :1
    hi Lakeland tlOB poT
    month (]] w.., ("..rol.r..t.. rental bargain 10:00 A.M. SHARPAt ..
    Call B. B .'b01o UV *-.... OfMU :-
    'M70 t t h o ClaRified section

    oci.uxs. MOUTH.WIII .o.rlmeo' Turn back now for the IOCS South Miiiluippl Av., ....lIf.lew. M-

    Th. 01140 DIIO b.4Oou, 50505molt. horn Hic.l ndacorot 1..1... anal *ut Wall
    house room ,
    room apartment or
    AU lane. Oak floore.
    lota of elowt room. ..*. Clean. (7oDTITC you need fvm.c4) ."*) air condition. A Urf. ..".. .t roor 1964 DODGE MOTOR HOMEON
    JOE BURNETT br 311 Lenoi and phone .> !*',. .but'rully """IC.'.* lot I. .rr" to appr.

    MU a.1J34 or MU *-.l..l. cit* thli 10..1, liom It ihoulal. >. s..*> ""or. *).te

    cs.aa.rIeo O""LAY ULASIIFIID OI''I.AVLVXVI.OUI .f unction Mil,*. Open H..... lath D.,.
    H. would I like to toke this opportunity to DISPLAY

    invite all his friends to drop In and see him HOME and INCOME

    ot Lakeland Ford Company, 125 Lake Mir 1 :30 P.M. SHARPAt

    ror Drive. Joe has been selling automobilesfor

    611 I... CharlM Strt ThIS tl I. ten. ..nigkn4. WEDNESDAYFEB.19thTHURSDAYFEB.20th

    14 years in Lakeland hood. A tw. .....roo... .ham. and tw* imull co tt4t

    WAnlnONT APTI. tell of property Includino' In th. .homo s l.r..

    Stop in today and let him show you the 1964 I C 3 ___ I. 554. l 0db. sip ......, md air conditioner On. c., ,a,.,. ondcarport ;

    All turnlihingi In oil throe uniti will b*

    TOTAL PERFORMANCE cars at Lakeland IXCLUSlYI ''''''lISCOMPUTI ffrd .. tot lijur only t* ece>Bar .< tMo ,roorty .

    lacl..TION 'NTI.CONIU For fi"ntlnj contact thii .lfk. .bafor *.).

    Ford. Motor Trend Magazine picked Ford ,,", dar SoT 401.* ., prp.rty or ,,,.,,. '''-01 n. OPEN

    of the YearLAKELAND .... s.d YIIto P00o. Y. ..,. 1o.ospd HOUSI FEI 23rd P..M.I ATBUNKER
    os car 08000 50,500 AND.., PLO 1ioIO.

    loAd .... 05.11811 000. 4 5447510 .1 1
    .... 0.0 5.00l II &.M..' ,.... % 1
    I HILL'SYour
    5400 W. LAOS PAUU 5.. SALE DAY
    FORDCO. 001 ... oil M.dOS 10010$ NA'
    10 044 0.40
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    ) 18 LAKELAND LEDGER Tuesday Feb. 18,1911111nh12tr
    Mutual Official Commission'sResearch
    -- Says Citrus

    E 11'1 JL 1l, 1 Plans Show Lack Of ImaginationBy

    DAVE PRATT general manager of Florida of Agriculture Doyle Conner to Chairman Acree appointed J. lie Bessenger on progress being

    Ledger SUM Writer Citrus Mutual, told the board "continue intensified research J. Perils as chairman of a com- accomplished in apprehendingfruit
    Henry A. Prine, chairman of that the Florida citrus industrymay and field testing" to determinehow mittee to explore his idea to

    the research committee of florIda benefit from an additional to regulate all bulk fertilIzer set up a citrus research foundation -
    Citrus Mutual, laid yesterday Congressional appropriation to sales on a certified weight for this state "and soliciting MATHER
    afternoon he was a "little the U. S. Department of Agri basis the same sis that for bagged contributions to it."
    disappointed" with action the culture. fertilizer and to "make : Mutual 50 FURNITUREOPEN
    : agreed to purchase
    : Florida Citrus Commission tookon field test samples like that
    ? Steele, who has just returned tickets at $3.50 each for a "thankyou"
    research, to made with
    according recommendations now bags. '
    from luncheon being given by
    a Washington
    of Boos Allen and
    I Hamilton the Horticultural Crops Re- Aid Halt Asked 'Florida agriculture in behalf of HOUSE r
    search Advisory Committee said Sen. Spessard L. Holland on
    h "Frankly, I don't think there Congress has appropriated $165 Mutual also approved a recommendation -April 27; heard from Mutual
    made by its Industry
    il anything new In their (research -millions as the overall research executive vice president RobertW. Anniversary Salt t'',
    advisory for
    fltsft ) program," Prine said budget of the USDA, of which a stop by the Florida calling citrus industry Rutledge that Mutual now
    "I didn't tee much ImaginationIn the states get some $40 million and by the federal claims 12,405 grower contractsand
    ii the program they (the Commission However, Steele said, Congress ernment to donating technicaland gov- Is aiming for 13,000 by June Fri., Feb. 21st
    ) approved last week recently approved an additional financial assistance citrus 1; and heard a report from L.
    In my opinion, they didn'tgo ,$10 million to be distributed for operations to foreign countries Doyle Carlton and Sheriff F. Lea ,
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    far enough"Prlne
    statewide research effort and which are turning into citrus
    told the Mutual boardof "we're hopeful Florida will get competitors.
    k directors at its monthly some" SENIOR DRIVERS

    meeting yesterday that "one Congress stipulated the additional ,
    did recommend-the Island Struck NO ABC LIMIT)
    thing we $10 million will be used
    FAMILY AFFAIR The K.PM..w Ltoni Club, li tfroiia family' oreenlarlen, ei thlt photoshews. commercial We development think the department. "primarily for research" under If year ant* liability It li An,ned glut Floe city be.
    Uwli Hairs, lilt Miff, successof contract and in grant Steele By Floods came ef yeur aaa If yeur haalrk end VKIaf reterel orfeed
    From Iht lift hare Ken Halt, tmiurtr hi faHtar, ec r rary the Commission program is noted. ; .. COMPAII what yei have end whet ye* ass have
    hit father, H_., Hln, Lien tamari Wodo Tritarf .". hit father, amors' Tyitar, pratldtitf. Thlt going to revolve around this I merely by eskis. TOUR OWN AGINT te tot yew .rr. eellcy
    pint war upollta' by Inreifierloital Cou inMlo' Wl Idem a. Nerved, of LI.". InNntaHoiial, who h eh. department and the personnel Program Re-evalued !30 Are Dead '"
    member of Die. club. that department "I'm encouraged by this new ASSIGNED RISK OUR POLICY
    approach of the Department of I 1. 110.000 lee-lly Uwy| par $. S2I.008 ........ per
    Reserve Asked MANILA (AP) Deaths in panaai ssoo00 per e*. ec. ceelles to
    Agriculture, he said widespread floods on MindanaoIsland cl eri tS.000 rreperty beet nw, lafarf ..4
    Over Steel Follow In describing the recommendations He said he found out at the have mounted to about _... fra party D_...
    Fight May of Mutual which he presented Horticultural Crops Research 30, newspaper reports said to- 2. St.......* ..* PLUS. S. Standard car NO
    i to the Commission, Paine Advisory Committee session! MINIMUM Of |% SUR.
    stressed recommendations telling that "the Department of Agriculture -day.Cholera CHoUGl p HIhor LIsIM' to SUO
    'Chicken War'By for holding $100,000 In readiness I ; Is reorganizing and reevaluating was reported to have >. .HI"her LIIIIJto. ;. .vallabN. ODD sv.liebl. lit __
    U.S. broken out in the flooded townsof .1, N high oboMoto" .&. Drlr.t"Nd
    -European .bl.
    in additional worthy
    case its over-all .....
    agricultural Agusan Province roe II .ther ..... II saws ,.''Ic,

    I protects a flexible occur program and which adhering would to Secretary research of Agriculture activities. The has In Davao Province alone, IS 4;kiemerehenlve M r .,,4 Col. *. S"""... l'sIlulee .... .e....
    .. .
    He steel here In sellable et .
    SAM DAWSON Luxembourg. says imports enable it to call in agencies named a man to serve in the towns were reported under water aaarhar available only. .I I".. \'\M". ......... ..... M
    I AP Business News Analyst Steel outside the 1963 climbed to a record 5.5 million company
    producers from both Florida and out-of- capacity of assistant secretaryto ally at klo> ..1M....... tern* cenpaayare1
    1 NEW YORK (AP-The chicken Common Market aren't happy tons, while exports of U.S. state to do research. bring together all these research ratet .. tl.OOO Medical 'ay
    r war could be succeeded by a that the duties are being raised steel have been stalemated at 2 Mutual, in general discussion phases of agriculture." .r I. Medical ,.,..... .... nwert iMladad at ewe
    .. ....
    them-to an of price
    steel against average
    war.American 9 million tons, or only about half yesterday, also supported pro Steele said the USDA has call- 10 Y POPS i. Towlaa. .ed Labor .a- *. Towlaf ."d Labor !..
    i and European steel per centAmerican of the average In 1953-57, posed legislation to increase the ed for a greater emphasis on the TIME LIKE available. .. airy price elided .* f 2.00 par yoar
    ; producers are at odds over imports producers haven'tbeen 'budget for the Citrus Experi- development of new product and Ask your .goat to tot year and policy f/waj Marls AnnroacaCompany.
    and tariffs. And the dis happy that European steel Roche holds that loss of world'I ment Station at Lake Alfred- basic research. CRAZY wholly. ....... by lament MorrUeo Cafeteria. o Florida

    I puts may become one of the export prices have ben lower. markets, plus rising Imports but W Max Acree, chairman of In other business Mutual approved TASTES Corperatloe Florida by oar wrrrlef oaeacy.EARLE! for. retired Florida driven, reermeeted lo
    sorest when a new round of in- than the prices charged Common here, has meant that some 40,- Mutual, warned that any money recommendations made A ,
    ternational tariff cutting talks Market consumers-or the. 000 steel workers were deprivedof needed for new construction at by Fred Adkinson, chairman of LIKE W. DAY & CO.
    starts in Geneva in May. prices of American steel products the Station would have to come the fertilizer committee that Jd10RE;
    than $300 million in
    more P.O. lei Flo.
    12611 St. 13731
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    Increased tariffs by the European from somewhere other than research would request Florida Secretary
    with the rise in demandin wages and salaries
    Common Market on Amer But funds.
    American steel makers are ican frozen chickens caused the Europe, the six nations may "This board went on record
    find less need to export-and to urging U.S. negotiators at the
    hottest friction last year. agreeing to support any reason-
    maintain lower prices to do so Geneva meeting of the General
    able request of Dr. Reitz' (horticulturist -
    Steel Imports Draw Fire And already export prices of Agreement on Tariffs and Tradeto y
    .In.charge), Acree, rR
    American steel executives today some European steel products fight for tariffs that will said But, he said, the board
    are telling a U.S. Tariff have risen above charges of a equalize prices of American and has "no Intention to spend any
    Commission hearing of their year agoAmericans. foreign made steel. of this research money on a lot 10'

    complaints against a rising flow Have Boom, Too of brick and mortar, no matter TUNE-OP SPECIAL
    of foreign steel into U.S. mar- how desirable that may be." I .
    kets. They also are asking While the European steel mills Hat MakersTo 3 ,
    Other Benefit Seen
    measures to broaden the export are enjoying something of a
    business for American steel boom in new orders so are the Design Prine assured the board he w
    mills. American. U.S. mills are railIng had seen Dr. Reitz' proposed .YrAi

    The European Coal and Steel their estimates of industry 'LBJ' ModelNEW budget and it indicated "only Here's What We Do:
    Community already has acted. shipment in the first three what he absolutely needed .
    Saturday it raised its tariffs on months of this year to more YORK (AP-Hat Corp. with no leeway one way or fV
    imports of low-priced steel and than 19 million tons This compares of America said Monday Presi- another" Check and set points

    cut Iron. with 17 million in the dent Johnson has allowed hat Herman F. Steele, assistant r
    The community-the six Common Final three months of 1963 and makers to promote an "LBJ" Check timing and dwell r_ o "
    Market nations-also re- 18 million tons in the first quar model. Wonderful rtllif trimI' Check condenser S '4
    ports a big upsurge in orders ter of last year It's a modified version of the .VV S
    , for its steel mills. It says most The American mills' export- Texans' five-gallon hat, which lASTHMAetucki Check generator or alternator
    of the orders are coming from import troubles are outlined to i is a smaller version of the cow end Mro>VMil charging rate
    within the Common Market- the Tariff Commission today by boy's ten-gallon hat. Charles H. USE
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