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Lakeland ledger
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Lakeland evening ledger
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Place of Publication:
Lakeland Fla
The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Creation Date:
February 21, 1964
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER <1942-1963>]
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v. : ill. ; 60 cm.


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Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
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Began Feb. 21, 1941.
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-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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r I 7,750 FLoridians Honor LBJ Warns naOf

Sen. Holland At Bartow Aiding Rebels

Lauds Senator His i. irY Reds Said 'R ,. J t-.t 1oq! t ;.

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StateBARTOW \10- > \
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Worse Off d ", .
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ly 1,750 person from all .
the state turned out last Hi Hirt .l.. v''
as Bartow honored iti Than U.S. i "i:1 <
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favorite con, US Sen ::
lard 1. Holland. -

And Florida's wnior LOS ANGELES (AP-Presi
ator promptly told them dent Johnson, shaking a linger
they apparently: wanted at Communist China, said today I Ie
hear most-he will be a that outsiders supporting Com
didate for his fourth munist guerrillas in South VietNam Jf'
tive term In the senate are "playing a deeply
"I'm driving up to dangerous game."
hassee tomo row to file At the same time, Johnson 1
qualifying fee," Holland argued that communism's troubles ,
nounced minutes after around the globe actually
the speaker stand at Y are more acute than those fag 0y'
Big Hangar of the Ing the United States He aaid R l
Air Base h U.S, problems are eclipsed by a

Home Since 1882 "the spreading civil war among
Communists' a reference tc
Holland's ann 0 u n ip++ili'l a
the policy gulf between the Soviet
climaxed the city's Union and Communist China -
ance of "Spessard U ,

Appreciation Day," Rights Bill Discussed The President gave his for.
Saying Bartow "has
elgn policy views in an address
my "family's home ...., Interview Sen. 5,..',. L. .H.II.".. during e prep conference prepared for an outdoor convOocation i
1882, Holland to My ekout the Civil Right Bill scheduled I* go before the ..".te at the University of California -
"there is very little I cou by Stuart) at Los Angeles, held to
Army's New 'Slave'/
say that would be up to Missile'M
honor Johnson and visiting PresIdent -
occasion .
"I speak as one who Adolfo Lopez Mateos of A new miiule-hooting ntl-tnk weeps, which unreelt two hslr-fhin wires at th*. mliiil
born here 71 years ago Tells 'Secret'He Mexico, races toward it* target, I* being developed ky Hughes Aircraft C*, far the U. S. Army, If wo
as one who becomes Good Will Talks Set announced tool.,. Electron! signore" in the trolling wires" ....., the wind to wherever moving
of that fact every day" This was the prelude to two oared the gunner U following with lilt sighs A full-icelo model end second mltiilntalnr ere
Except for a brief hint days of Mexican-American goodwill pictured h.,., (AP Wir.photetTurkish)
the upcoming debate on Fourth Term talks at the desert resort ol "
Civil Bill,
Rights Palm Springs, 90 miles away,
skirted political issues Lopes Mateos, in remark)

Spessard I.. Holland want to tell the people prepared for the campus: ceremony Premier Escapes
Another story and ." called on educators and
tion Day.Holland
al pictures on the 5)i. obliged Miami spent much of ,he scholars to help "abolish the
are on Page 14. allotted for the press con cold war, wipe out the origin)
di- vision men, who had to discussing the Civil of international tension and to Assassination Attempt
before last night's
Bill scheduled to increase understanding
go among
his time I \
spent praising order to get their film "
the senate next week, and
tow, Florida, the South cessed in time for last n he took time to dlscusi peoples The Mexican governments.leader sale 1 ANKARA, Turkey (AP) A Unruffled, he got into his car'century and Includes 14 years
the United States 11 o'clock news programs possibility of opposition in some may think Utopian t"completely In his thanks to Sen a Rights BUI Discussed upcoming election to make do away. with the mier Ismet Inonu today as he I Police said Suna admitted he turk, .foun er of modern Turkey -
ard Russell (D-Oa.), the his had fired his vltlt. I
remarks on the ,Preul ominous. atmosphere that already -was entering official car in pistol' ) Jntent
land's long'time friend But before making his front of his office All ..hotlml..ed to kill. -
Johnson's foreign aid and teems to be dissolving' : When At urk' died In 1938,
flew down for the CI: ye, al.aMouncement of .
flies, the former '"' '..- y hick was not unexpected ens tofote the progress. But he contended that "it II and police grabbed the Suna came tAnkara' two Inonu succeeded him as presi
"I want warned newsmen that rJorlda"4II'0.tata barge realistic to consider such goal man days ago from Kayserl, 16S dent. ftes brought his country
thank acknowledge Dick Russell for Is not to be released and to list his "per. as being Imminent "I hope I kill him!I" police miles southeast of Ankara, througlf World War II unscathed -
for tonight's banquet. choice" for the demo- Johnson reaffirmed American said the would-be assassin where he Is a foreman of a and lined up with the
from the fast
of ing hearings very that / vice presidential nomi- determination to support the In. shouted as he opened fire withi power station.Informed Allies toward the close of the
be some completed before we ,dependence of South Viet Nam i pIstol. "It would be for the sources said he Is a war.
into the more detailed that he "always an. He described this as a 10-year good of the country." supporter of the outlawed Dem- ,.Inonu was swept out of office
cussion next week" Gets I'll have opposition," old commitment "we will conytmue .' The man was identified as ocratic party of the late strongman ',by the Democratic party of Ad-
stated that he hopes to honor," But he said the Meiut Suna, 38, an opponent of premier, Adnan Menderes nan Menderes after the war In
Ovations Given long-time friend, former Vietnamese war "is first and the military revolution of I960 Menderes and other leaders of the first free election held in
This drew a laugh from Leroy Collins, does not) foremost a contest to be won bj' that overthrew the Menderes the party were executed after Turkey,
large crowd, which twic.gave to run "against me He the government and people ol regime being convicted of crimes When Menderes was ousted
Holland standing told me that if he decides that country for themselves." The premier 79, had just left against the state by the army in May I960. Inonu
tions feet from them behind a run, I'll be the first to The President did not name his office to go to the National Inonu is an elder statesman returned as premier, heading a
Holland reminisced .. tain on the speaker's 2)"I ," Communist China In' his discus- Assembly a short distance known for his political skill His wobbly coalition, He resignedlast
the 17 previous e t- all during last nights Job First Thought sion of Viet Nam. But his mean- away when the shots rang out.I experience dates back half a December,

logs you fine people gram. about his campaign Ing was clear In saying that
had for He "those engaged In external direction .
me. Earlier in the day, the Holland replied "The
that the first "came School Band demanding job to be done and supply (of the guerrilla U. S. Will Base 8 Nuclear-Armed
tow High
four years In Tallahassee Washington must be our war) would do well to remember -
He quickly added that tears to the eyes of Mrs consideration However, that this type of aggres I
cause "this is such a land as It played to wage a vigorous lion Is a deeply dangerous
one I hope It is not the last, red Foster's "Swanee"River. in every part of game" Polaris Subs In Rota Spain
Before being Introduced "Thank you all, Mrs between now and elec Johnson said that "in our for- ,
the crowd, which the land said in a voice day I have no political eign policy today there is room
fron all lection.of the with emotion.. "That was .' do for
delegations through which to neither for complacency nor
MADRID AP The United become mother '
( ) ship to the new year With a range of 1,721
Holland old stomping ground"Then
the state, but many loyal friend alarm. miles missiles
squadron.The their are -
called l l "Florida's Mrs Holland went the state have al And after citing difficulties In States Is going to base eight capable
of penetrating deep Into the
living statesman" by C stood with the band as it rallied to the occasion. Viet Nam, Cyprus, Panama and Polaris submarines at the U.S. pending assignment ol Soviet Union
the the nuclear
Street, executive director naded her at the Is every Indication they Cuba, he said: to Rota
the Bartow Chamber of home on South do so again" "Larger than the troubles I Spanish naval base at Rota, onSpam had been an open secret in the A tactical reason for the assignment
Holland mentioned area for weeks. There was nc' of the submarines is
h. n civil
merce. here. have noted is the spreading s southern Atlantic Coast, ., .
Holland and his wife, the work,' he appar war among Communists." formal announcement in Madrid the withdrawal of obsolete intermediate
were presented with a Given BouquetThe had the Civil Rights Bill within easy reach of the Mediterranean but the commander of the .range ballistic missiles -
automobile by the people fes serenade was part in his mind No Elaboration Given Polaris squadron at Holy Loch, from Turkey and Italy
Bartow and a silver a program, at which one reporter asked If He did not elaborate on this The submarine tender Pro Capt. David Bell, confirmed the Groups In both countries had
from the Polk County Holland was presented a will be a "filibuster" of Statement eus is expected to arrive Mon reports Thursday In disclosingthe objected to the presence of the
cratic Women Club. quet of roses by Mrs bill, Holland stated "We Declaring that "there is no departure of the Proteus US missiles on the ground
In presenting the tray, un- Tomasello, a member of to give it an unlimited panic on our agenda," Johnson day at Rota from Holy Loch, The United States has had they made Italian and Turkishsoil
al- said that If the nation's adver- Scotland, only other U.S. Polaris Polaris submarines on patrol In targets for Soviet attack.
2 Column ten (Turn to Page 2, Column to Page 2, Column 1)
(Tarn to Page ,
saries offer deeds of peace, "our submarine base in Europe, to the Mediterranean almost a Spanish sources consideredthe
own response will be swift" U.S, decision a complimentto
I He said "our undeviating pol $530 Token In Hold-Up Spa in'. political stability and
icy is to do all that strengthensthe Its relations with the United
I hope for peace" And he said States
! eererrsa'' w +rs "nothing will make us weary in Bandits Herd Five However, a problem Is visible
ew ae h ? j these tasks" In Spain growing trade with
Ticking off trouble spots one Cuba, On Tuesday, the U,S.
by one, Johnson first cited Viet State Department said Spain
Nam, then Cyprus where strife Into Meat LockerBy will\ get no new US aid untilIt
Ii'$1H$ between Greeks and Turks replies to an Inquiry on what
threatens to erupt in an Eastern steps it Is taking to curtail this
Mediterranean war. TOM HUGHES Floyd said he wrapped meat trade,

I United Johnson States pledged, though anew that not the dl- Ledger Staff Writer for one of the Negroes

(PHOTO ON PAGE 2) The Negroes, Floyd told i Pga1lJGA&.

(Turn to Page 2, Column 7)Page FIVe persons were forced Into Brown, waited until all\ of the T

a meat locker at the Buy- customers had cleared the Al Jrieitabe"

i iI Rite Supermarket, 14 Lake store, then one of them waveda SPAIN

I Beulah Drive, by two armed pistol at Floyd, his wife

Negro bandits who robbed the and Barnes The Negro shoved 4wM '
store and the victims of about Barnes Into Floyd and made
$530 last night them lineup in front of the Ad's
Police Detective H. L. Brown meat locker Q.2
I Amusements! .. 12 identified the victims as WilLiam At the same time, the other tllSAJfA!
11 Bridge "" 18 R. Floyd, 748 Rushing Negro, who hud pushed a U /, hhri.Sslm.rMe..
rw Business News .. 7 St., a meat cutter, and his grocery cart to the front of the .
wife; A B. Jones, 829 Golden store, drew a pistol on Jones, MOkOCCOCr
Comics 12.13 Rule Drive and Lamar Bax- who was working behind the
0 9i "' r Classified 21-23-20-27 ley, 1780 Rotary Road, owners cash register, and Baxley, who sbtnw.
Crossword Puzzle .. 13 of the store; and Ray Barns, was unloading the Negroes'

Dear Abby............. 13 52 West Lake Apartments, cart sofa/ 4 so
(; Deaths ................. 2 grocery boy. The men were Both Jones and Baxley were I M.f..
forced to strip to their shorts slapped on the back of their
Editorials ................ 4 before entering the locker, heads as they were forced to
Fulton Lewis Jr. .... 5 Pistol Drawn the meat department and Polaris Base

Horoscope! ................ 12 lined up with the other three

Sen. Holland Arrives Bouquet For Mrs. HollandA Radio TV............. 28 Barnes Floyd were said he at, his the wife rear and of victims The told to take MM suites :Rote Speln,

Sports ................. 21-22 the store in the meat depart. their clothes men were off Floyd said where lie United Slerei ii goIng -

5... Spouerd L. Holtond pews> h....* getting oft the oleno bouquet *f reels It reionted to Mrs Speword HoNend, Weather .................. 16 ment abut 6:55: o'clock last one of the Negroes pulledthe to .base eight Polorit tukmorlnei .
left, ky Mrt. Silly TomoMllo during ceremonies ot the Hollendt'homo Women's 8-9 It night when they noticed the slide back on his pistol within eety reach of
that brought hint from Woihingto to iertew to) thot he could on South Iroodwey In lertew. The .cerement were the two Negroes putting merchandise the M."il." ."..... AP Wirephoto .

,*rtui,.t. In Spoierd U Hollend Appreciation D.". opening, of Spetierd U Holtond Apprecielion Day feitivitiei. into grocery carts. (Turn to Page 2, Column 5) Mop)

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r I 1,750Turn r -T-r-- r' Johnson Warns Chinese

Holland Says He'll Seek Out To Honor About Aiding Guerrillas

Fourth Term In Senate Sen. HollandMargie son laid the watchword at tile

i I,Uuantanamo Naval Bane la pre '

I diversity of opinion" on the d .. : ; !paredness.
I .
I:7j: | subject, Holland emphasizedI : Speaking of Cuba's cutoff of
I President Johnson "will make f't"61 fat" Gl- 4'
redly Involved, "will do all we water to the base, Johnson said:
final choice ,
|Ilhe i, --
can to find a solution" to the "We have dealt with the latest '
educational debate. if they try Holland said Pastore, a Frailer, president of .F and from .' i
Cypriot problem provocation \
to pass the bill in that ex former Rhode Island governor, the club, told Holland he challenge .
: I lathe i'f11' "I appeal for In end to blood. Havana without sending the
treme form
I' would 'be able to get the vote club's "oldest
associate ; late he Marines to turn on a water
: shed, before I It li too ,
Holland called for a "mod. of the minority groups, "Ha member." She quickly add -
tried version of the bill" and I Ii the son of Italian Immigrants ed Mrs Holland Is a charter said faucet
"It la the task of statesmanship Some members of Congress
four major faults with he explained member of the club. ot1
the bill: Holland a to prevent 'the danger In Including Sen. Barry Goldwater -
In addition
opined that "recent to most city and
R-Ariz., urged :Marine Intervention
I-The Fair i Employment troubles" have shown "we've county officials, State Attor 'Cyprus from exploding Into die after the Cubans shut of k
Practices Code is extreme, made mistakes abroad. We've ney Genera: James Kynei; aster," A
of water to Guantaniamo.
2-He docs not agree'with definitely made some mistakes Floyd Bowen, dale presidentof W ,4 Panama Discussed the flow
the portion of the bill dealing In foreign aid the Chamber of Commerce f 1 tl'rmeJ
Turning to Panama he laid After piling- What hfl
with public accommodations. "We can not expect other : Mrs. Anette Baker, "
the United States Is "prepared, "the dangers of today, Johnson
countries heed atate president of the Democratic
our requeststo
Power Too Extreme
} calmly and without pressure to said that "if we were to solve
not trade with Cuba whenwe Woman's Club; and
3-He thlnkl it Is wrong to : trade with Russia and other Holland's three daughters consider all the problems which them all tomorrow, there will be

Rive the president power to'' Communist countries," he said and several of his 13 grandchildren exist between und to solve more next week,"
cut off federal appropriation St them promptly." Taking this perspective, he
However, Holland said he were on hand for the
to areas, where he finds dis has confidence In festivities. Asserting that the United said that "the weathervane of
crimination The bill calls for "complete States has ben patient In han headlines Is not the signpost of
our ability a* citizens of the
no court" hearing of public review greatest nation In the worldto State Agencies dling the Panama crisis, John history.!: __ __ ______
the said
find peace and prosperitythrough ,. f 1ti
4-He doe not think the Attorney constructive leader Under J ; 1
General should havepuwl'r ship." j Governor j-ExC ict Says U.S.

outlined for him In (the ,

bill.Holland aald I the biggest Expand Slowly I ____ aarw'1 I Hired Him In Hoffa Case I

problem facing the South Is
TALLAHASSEE (APState! Tenn. (AP) Walker testified I i against
: "to keep :34 senator who are agencies under direct control

; against the bill on the floor Gets Harris Bryant expands oCiov ATTIRED DOOR-A. I. Jonei, ... owner of the Buy-*''. 5.,......,...", 14 L... Beyloh -An ex-convict from Detroit[Thomas E. Parka of Nashville

a to make sure it la not passed I Itheir work forces during the current Drier, points t. where lit end four oftior persons. ,sod! a pert .' a ""..> cutttr to 1.5$,' a ..atI.c. testified today he waa promised, Parka I II one of five men on

in this extreme version. Hol. Honors TooT administration but at considerably ..,'. door spas Tht flva ponons were forced Into tho locker" by two ....... Nofro /.".''hI. a presidential pardon to work I Ial I trial with Hoffa on charges of ,
: land admitted that Sen. Richard a undercover
alower rate than all bee sight who robbed. the store cud the victims' ., obovt. $530. The four "' ... w... stripped government seeking to Influence the union .
: Russell (D-Gir) is "quarterbacking" agent against Teamsters President
I other agencies. to tholr herb .* the* and. a wont.* wore locked In the tomportmenf for 10 to IS mimitoi.Udejot trial .
the Soulh'a effort leader's 1982 conspiracy
James R. Hoffa.
: .
J -' governor' office aald today ( Photo 'or Hughoi)
to modify the bill. : *!'?,.'I! i; that the ao called "little. cabinet j- --- Frederick M. Shobe testify jury In Nashville.. t
Ha noted that he has had
i I 11'if.m"vifjfJ11i4 Ing over angry government objections

: no Indication President Johnson 1/.. ._ \", .' E it i y< J the governor agencles-those appoints the in which direct' King Paul I $530 Taken In Hold-Up at Hoffa' Jury-tamper the The extranged defense wife also of hal Edward called

: will accept a "milder ver- committee which the tor-expanded ing trial, said he wa* employedby
U lion" of the bill planned employment by Walter Sheridan, special 0. Partin of Baton Rouge, La,

: Canal Discussed day.Later In the day after Sen 14 office.per cent since Bryant cameto UndergoesOperation Bandits Herd Five consultant to Atty. ,Gen. Robert the In the government'case, chief witness

Kennedy, from May 1962
: Although the appropriations ator Holland had arrived from The average Increase for all "We Insist she has no relevant -
through January 1984. Shobe, a
: bill presently being considered Washington, the band returnedto state agencies combined during testimony," said James F.
: calls for $I million for the play for the former gover. the same period was slightly/ over I Negro, said he was not assigned Neat chief
20 cenl.Winter Into Meat Locker to the present case until June prosecutor
rross-state barge canal, Hol nor and his family Holland per ATHENS (AP-Klng Paul of "I have talked with her and

: land laid he thinks the final then urged the band "to play'Dixie' Greece underwent an emergency 1963.Asked if he her testimony certainly Is competent

: bill will provide the $4-miUlon, like you never played HavenTo operation for a stomach ulcer .,, _, .._ was promised any. ," Insisted James Hag.
which was requested for the 'It before when Sen. Russell d ..... "'' I I pants pocket: and took wristwatches compensation by the government
.: next fiscal year (Richard Russell of Georgia) Be Scene today, and a medical bulletin :,: ; f7r. ,\,) from Jones Baxley S hob e replied, "Mr gerty, attorney for Hoffa, president -
said the operation had been : .t1pj ifJl,1i.Q I of the Teamsters Union.
< and Barns. Sheridan had FBI record
: Ha said that he see no arrives tonight""i Of Lions luccessful. L_, __.. ,,, .,., ::"-' my Partin a Teamsters local of-
: chance of congress failing to used to be a Yellow Jacket I Meet I About 10 to IS minutes after I was told he was working on
a grant theo money needed from (nickname for Bartow The bulletin was issued at the as if to seat a cartridge In the they were locked In the a presidential pardon for me, ficial at Baton Rouge, linked.
: year to year to finish the 4146 High School's athletic WINTER HAVEN About 44 Royal Palace after fear for the chamber and aald "I'm not compartment the men took but I later found out that a pres- Hoffa and most of his five codefendants

: million project, on which work teams)," Holland told the Lions Clubs from District 331 62-year-old king's life had kidding" part of a meat cuter and by dentlal pardon wouldn't do any to alleged attempt
will be represented by 200 members steadily mounted in Athens. It Once had undressed good since convictions were to fix the jury In Hoffa'i 196'
C' Is scheduled to begin this band, which included six lovely the men using it as a battering ram my '
and their wives here Sunday gave no Indication of how long and Mrs. on state offenses." trial at Nashville on a conspire
: spring. majorettes with legs red they Floyd were were able to hit the door hard
. Holland listed hi* "personal from yesterday's chilly wee at the cabinet meeting to the operation lasted I bearded into the cold meat enough to spring the lock. Was On Parol. cy charge. He testified he en-

: choice" for the vice presidential her "I played on the baseball be held at the Lake Region "The operation went very compartment and the door I Joyed| Hoffa's confidence dur. '
: nomination as Sen. John team." Yacht and Country Club. The well," Dr. N. Tsamboulas told I was shut and locked from the Cart Also Taken Shobe aid he had served ing that trial but reported "al.

. Pastore of Rhode Island, the ,. Winter Haven Lions will host newsmen assembled outside the outside They waited that long be- prison sentences for armed most dally" to the government

chairman: of the Joint Com A study disclosed that a cer-', the visitors Tatol Palace 26 miles north of The Negroes removed all cause they were afraid the robbery burglary and forgeryand on the labor leader' activities

: mittee on Atomic Energy. ain type of snail travels 23'I.,,. The meeting will be openedby !Athens of the billfolds from the. men's Negroes were still In the store was on parole at the time The trial ended with a hung
Noting there Is It greet inches an hour president Charles Goshorn - -- --- and might not be satisfied he laid Sheridan hired him. Jury.
; .. _. .: : who will Introduce Mavor Roc.I King's All Right : with the amount of money -- --- __ __

'hard Dantzler and other guests "The king Is all right now,"( Beatles (about $300)) they had gotten

George Birthinyton's I The business session will be ,he doctor added without elaboration from the cash register

I conducted by District Governor The Negroes left by of 1bituarieHANS 11
LeavingFor way
11 cr.s/i cf a t/ Sale : R. B. Graham, of Sarasota He was one of. five doctors a rear entrance, the victims
While the business
| Is being con who signed the medical bulle said, end took with them a
ducted the wives will be takenon lift HomeMIAMI
... 20-Inch Cut loaded grocery cart and the CHRISTIANSON Funeral will be
a tour of Cypress Gardens arrangements
In his last official act before rest of the loot. ,
\ 2V4 H.P. Briggs-Strc .on ''and other attractions. be operation, the king signed a ,Han W. Christianson, 88, ol announced later by Dukes-Steen
( ) England'i Brown said there is
Burke Chllds chairman of the decree a poss 613 West Pear St., died yesterday Funeral Home
Thursday naming Constantlne
Beatles whose arrival
ibility that the Negroes are '
'arrangement committee and at the Bay Pine Veteran -
deputy district W. E. 23, the crown prince, here touched off an airport riot the same two who have been Hospital after a long Illness. Hewas.a RITES FOR MR. WEAVER
MOWER I governor as regent. A* such, Constantinowill of 'caused
/ teen-agers, various
: Coker are makmg. plans for at perform all the duo robbing grocery native of Denmark and Funeral service for ClarenceE
their hotel 1 and
Jams at brought store in' the Lakeland aese
least 200 Lion from the district : cam her. 18 years ago from
I itt.. at least until the monarch forth squeals the thousands,, (Buck) Weaver of 418 North
\ ONE ONLY to attend the one-day meeting. hall recovered. are going home by: I Lewiston; Idaho. He *a* a retired Kentucky; who died Tuesday

Lakeland Man carpenter and cabinetmaker will be held tomorrow morning ,
BRAND NEWso CITRUS SHIPMENTS The shaggy rock n' roll quartet -; Mr. Christiansen was at 10 o'clock at the Gentry-Mor I
23 Believed was expected to leave Miami a member of the Methodist rison Funeral Home
i1. WINTCR Bureau HAVna'API.10 sat atlto report CIMTHntpmtlon lrOefrt International Airport at 4:30: Struck By CarA Church, a life member of the Burial will be in Lakeland Memorial
p,m. (EST) and be In New York, I. 0. O. F. In Lewiston and a Gardens. r
lell' Ornee Tnone Killed In Crash via Eastern Air lines, in time of the may
Y Kit 6800 lAte veteran Spanish-American
( Pruik 4J,347 It.(to 70 Lakeland man was lightly call tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock.
for an t p m. departure for Lon War.

Iinnrnn Toll pJ.tea. Vs"3J "TTlJ MANILA (AP-A don. Injured yesterday when he was He Is survived bv his widow, I
111 I7 SJ8 SJO 4S6 Philippine
knocked down by a car as he
'lrmp: Bull .... RITES FOR MR. CARROLL
tsl. a.e7, _I Airlines twin-engine plane carrying McCartney Beat crossed Arlana Street at South. one
at least 22 passengers and Florida Avenue son, C, W. Christianson, Lewiston Funeral services for John
three crewmen crashed Into a Waterskiing at the Star Island Idaho; two grandchildren, Morgan Carroll 72, of Route 5,
';s".aol' 8000'fHERijifoN' mountain on Mindanao Island home of some new friends occupied Cpl. R. W. Miley said Ralph five great grandchildren, four who died Tuesday were held

mnsufai 8 A.M. SAT. ONLY I today. the foursome Paul Mc O. Dunham 1501 S. Florida step. grandchildren and nine yesterday at the Carter's Corner

The Civil Aeronautics Administration Cartney Ringo Starr, George Ave., suffered a bruised left hip step.great grandchildren. Baptist Church, with the

k..' ( AGENCY here aid two survivors Harrison and John Lennonthe and hand when he was struck Gentry-Morrison Funeral I Rev, Almond H. Godfry the
-both Injured-were rescued. past two days.Spokesman by a car driven by Marjorie H.Myer Home Is In charge of arrange Rev, Walter Matheny and the
309 S. TENNESSEE AVI.H. of 524 W Maxwell St
612-4141 There was no further word on for the hairy four ments. Rev. E M. McCarty officiating
survivors.The Brian Summerville, said Mc. Mrs. Myeri Miley reported, Burial was in Mt Olive Cemetery -
SOUTHGATE ONLY ....._ntln. had her for the
stopped car
"m.r.n. crash area Is In Lanao Cartney was the best watersklerof HARVEY W. ELLIOTT .
$ ... ..
0.0 c.. Idel Sur Province near Lake La- the ,group because he had pre light and Dunham was crossing Harvey W. Elliott 83, of 116 Vocal selections were provided

I ,nao. vious experience the street when. the light Hillsborou|>.h, died yesterday at by Ons Combee, Aldine Corn-

-- --I' "With the Instruction he's goten 1 changed. Mrs. Myer started to a Bartow hospital after a long bee Kenneth Combee and Mrs.
drive her car across the street,
here he wa going on one Illness lie was a native of Al Schaler, accompanied by
I'foot and that sort of thing," and the said auto struck Dunham, Canada and came here fom Mrs. Diane Fields at the piano.

Summerville said Miley Michigan six years ago. He Pallbearer were E. A. Starling,

Police said have t No charges were filed, Miley was a retired Wesleyan Meth.odist Donald Story, Bennie Williams,
teen-ager I reported. H. noted that the minister, Dan Weatherford R. H. Lewis
been giving them headaches at sun was shining into MrsMyers' Survivors include a sister,
We're to and Dan Starling. GentryMorrison
proud : of
the hotel the
report headquarter
; eyes at the time of the Mrs. William Galnsfortn of Funeral Home was In chargeof
Beatles. They said a girl was accident. Rivercoune

This is the year of The Incomparable ImperialImperial found sleeping In the hotel kitchen -'': Funeral services, Canada.will be held arrangements.MRS. .

at 4 a,m. Thursday. 3 SentencedTo at 7 o'clock tonight at the Gen-

Is the most wanted luxury car in years Our sales figures prose it. Actually there were more Imperials ordered Boy Try MasqueradeThe I try-Morrison Funeral Home ESTHER BRUECHERT
.Chapel with the Rev Dr William WINTER HAVEN-Mr, Esther
: in 60 days than were sold in the entire 1963 model year. We hope there will be no delay in filling your order But Imperial same day, a boy swiped City Jail F, McConn pastor of the, DeVrie Bruechert 8%, of 111

! production cannot be rushed at a sacrifice of quality. You wouldn't want it hat way And when you see und drive la tray and tried to pass himself For 'First We. I e y a n Methodist Avenue E. SE died at the Win

i Imperial, you will understand why It's the one fine car worth waning for. Enter the quiet world of Imperial' today off nabbed as a waiter to ,steal A girl maid'was; PilferingThree :Church officiating. Burial will ter Haven hospital yesterd.iv
trying a
be in Petoskey, Mich. where she had been a patient
uniform. Officers said it appeared men were sent to city
since Jan. 18 She was a native
be jail yesterday to serve 30-davl,
to the same young'aters -
WALTER A. WOODS jof Apllngton Iowa, and come to
in the crowd that followed!terms after they pleaded guiltyto
: ) charges of car lfe /I Walter Alfred Woods. 71. of,Winter Haven from Parkersburj
the -Sea ties.McCartney.
1 City; Court Judge l.ngphlliPHaddock \![the Carpenter' Home, died Wed.' Iowa in 19S, She was a retired -
Starr and Harrison sentenced Paul Kenneth nesday afternoon at the home.I registered nurse and a

spent their last night In Miami McCauley, 23, of Ohio, ;He was a native of Decatur member of the First Baptist
Beach "out on the town Jack James Godboldt. 37, of,III. and came to Lakeland eight' Church of Winter Haven.

Summerville laid, while Lennon Lakeland, and David Allen An yean ago from Los Angeles She I II survived by two daughters

remained In the hotel with his gel. 20, of Ohio.According Calif. He was a retired carpenter Mr. Dan (Kathryn) Ted-

wife. to police, the trio and a veteran of World Wart der, Winter Haven, and Mrs. J.

alsraswab The Beatles appeared on the wa apprehended early Tuesday I. R. (Margaret) Reynolds, San

1 Ed Sullivan television program morning in the parking lot of He 1 Is survived by his widow Francisco, Calif.; one son Carl

a last Sunday. Lakeland General Hospital by Mrs. Edith Dillon Woods, Bruechert, Atlanta, Ga.; three

I i Charles Ackerman, 2717 Kathryn Venice. Calif; two daughters sisters, Mrs. C. R. Watkins

(; Ave, the hospital's security Mrs Richard Rogers. Tampa Sioux City Iowa, Mia Catherine
'"< 'rorowt Folks QualifiesIn guard. and Mrs Carol( J. Home. Los DeVries, ApJIngton and Mrs.

A nurse on the fifth floor reportedly Angeles; two sons, Paul( R. Lathrop Roberts Tu con, Ariz,,
I noticed from a windowthe Woods Crestline Calif, and and six grandchildren.
Republican three men tampering with Walter J. Wood., Venice. Calif.; Services will be held tomor

1 prk+ Governor Race car and alerted Ackrrman. and even' grandchildren. row at 10:30: o'clock at the Oil-

' I Upon arrest Ackerman foundin Funeral services and burial Laughlin Funeral Home Chapel
r+asr their possession cigarettes a will be held Monday In Arlington with the Rev. Albert L. Carnett

cfwA TALLAHASSEE (AP) Ken Bible and certain papers which National Cemetery Thorn pastor of First Baptist Church

Folks of Orlando became the were later Identified and re- ton Memorial Home Is in charge Winter Haven, officiating. He

first Republican candidate for turned to the owner of parkedcars of Lakeland arrangements. will be assisted by the Rev.

o/k ; I I E I\J A L he governor turned to In qualify the required Thursday statements as- The at three the hospital.were booked on, MRS. ARANKA HALMY Gene Parkland Hitchcock Baptist Church.pastor of Burial the

I JllymIMP and paid the $1,250 qualifying I charges of petty larceny Mrs. Aranka Halmy, 81.' of j will be In Parkersburg, Iowa.
fe. I Route I, Auburndale, died i yesterday Friends may call at Ott-Laughlln -
Garlic, leek onion and Welsh'' at a Bartow hospital. shel tonight from 7 to I o'clock.

The six Democratic candidate onion all are members of the was a native of Hungary and

for governor qualified Tuesday. lily family. came to this area from Akron,

Battle was joined for one cabinet Ohio. In 1928. Dukes Steen

post Thursday as James & EGGS She la survived by two daughters -
See it and drive it at your nearest Imperial dealer's DlC CHRYSLER. Kynes in office now, qualifiedto POULTRY Mr*. Clara Graft of Phila- ,

seek a full term aa state attorney TAMPA "po-a. ....a,.." .re..irs to 'delphia and Mr. Blanche KaraDinnen Funeral Home '
...,., .. ..
general. Earl Faircloth of .t. ront oeKnl' .4 .r. per .' of Martin Creek Pa.
Miami bad challenged N. .HH InWeient
Kynes ..
CortMiet I
earlier. Lie. 91 oe 4Jtt-47Vimoe. Wit I 310 S. Florida
1.&r 94oi :4140 nioe. THORNTON:
Qualifying Thursday Included :, mm at.. .I7to-4i moi, aun
mall 10 ee :1117H mo :
Ronald B. Sladon of Fort Lauderdale km of e'rentlonol l ugly. l-o 't. MEMORIAL HOME ,
HAROLD FUSSELL, INC. 411 N. Florida Ave. Lakeland, Fla. Group 4 House, Brow- Bllhrr In tome prkn locolllloiWholeioio on ooulIrT. Mo I IIUSa! ,1e.o' w+ Phone MU 2.3123

ard County; Kingswood Sprott u. et.f rurnil H',,, hnv.> S tb u:1 I '....)(t ''a.J..
no >lr< nooried Mm* 4'- lta I
l I..,,. 4-4'. IM" : hene. '&. ..-. ambulance
Jr Lake Wales
3 "oeo s.rylctLAKELAND
Group Hou* ., ,;.
Polk County, j ilri". '!.r-Ik jLpartnl.., i. Drllvrr> *

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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday Feb. 21. '''' II

I h x. PnAt .\ Doors Open 9:30 A.M. Tomorrow Then You Can Buy

I I aM "4M1 I@nnelJ These Terrific Values! Be Here When Doors Open!

I ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Quantifies Are Limited They Will Not Last Long

I II I Ir. I A {i B I 'fif.rPR'fi I.

F ;: yk < WHj I i f l IHiULliuu1PlF'flffP41fl11I11ItL'III'TEiIb' ,

SCHOOL'S OUTH.brlng the family to our daylong bargalivbonania on Washington'.Birthday Cot now outfits forth.klde..aporta

......for dad. happy home buys and a wardrobe lift for youl Yoal When It coma to oil'round good Mvlnso-.COUNT ON PENNErSI


Unir.ralty mul." A." tor, 20. 1 1 x1M d a
Ur. ..* Rry Demlhii, 22, Ink. ....,.. 4urinf dual ..., fought ever II .Irt! .. ,,... fcy Me|.. .* .
Clol..... In Oxford 1".'.".. Deiitllaii, .. .p.rt tw.,..m.. wHe .!.. >.. ..,...,'. ."'". Mid duel. .
"5,' .11)( don In |... fyn." ,They r*,rI"' ."...d bock (...
*"tt, confines' them te their c.,.. .. .....rto,. cud ,."..... whet further eerie/ re teke. The Eli
I. Hi* COM I. [..1,* Motttoit, .n Onhrd m'."' (CAP Wire,h... vie c..'. from London) r r
I. th

Oxford Students Fight

I Duel Over 'Thick' Coed .


OXFORD England in Two to their college quarters, and
Oxford University students pondered what further actionto
ran r
fought a duel with sabres over
a girl Wednesday. One came
away bleeding from cuts on his The campus newspaper, Cher
arm. well said Poynton had referredto
"It was all done In good fun,'" Evelyn Mottson, an Oxford ''fI'3i
aid Rory Donellan. 22, a law student, as "thick and madeit 'Vf Z1 ONLY 15SLEEPING
student and an expert swordsman quite clear he was referringto t.
who slashed the arm of her mind and body." : BAG-AIR.
Adam Pownter, 20, another. law Donellan challenged and Poynton
student. accepted, although he said MATTRESS COMBINATION !
he had never handled a sword.
Authorities Not Laughing
They met at dawn on the green .
University authorities saw lawns of Magdalen College while
nothing funny about it. They most students slept A medical 988
1 reprimanded both confined them student stood by as doctor.

Swords Kissed
29 Cubans They kissed swords, Donellan Mode exclusively for Penney'st Sleeping bog Is In.

lunged and Poynton began retreating EVELYN MOTTSON sulated with 3 pounds of Dynafil for warmth, comfort .
Headed Back with cuts on his arms. Object Of Duel All
The duel was stopped after 10. around poplin cover, full air mattress s'-
minutes.. The two students retired pocket, warm cotton flannel lining! Full-size Inflatable /
To. HavanaMIAMI
and clinked whisky glassesin
IMPORTED FOODS air mattress Included!
a toast to Miss Mottson. i
(AP) Twenty-nine Miss Mottson said she was JJlc .. -7ee..e jgovt
Cubans, freed after 15 days in embarrassed to learn they had .
Jail In Key West for illegal fish. been dueling over her embarrassed t.. .."... tame -
lug In Florida waters, were ex- and
pected to reach Havana today
aboard four Cuban government
trawlers the Cuban radio re- BIG SAVINGS!
ported. tr
They left Key West Thursdayafter h
four captains had paid '4
Two Coast Guard cutters accompanied -
the Cubans half v '
I Iv
the 90.mile Crass Perfection
on voyage. .
S Have Engine Trouble 1t'tth -

The Cuban radio said three of
the vessels developed engine 55% Dacron Polyester and 45% Wool

trouble and were taken in tow Size 36 to 46 Short Regular and Long
by the fourth.Meanwhile I $4 2
one of two American e Solids, Plaids and Muted Plaids
fliers who reached Cuba I
through mishap was back In Mi l One and Two Pants
I !
ami. The other has been taken,, r Year Around Weight
to a Havana hotel and is resting':
there now, the State Department
reported in Washington.The )
returned airman, Richard SAVE NOW! WOW
Wright 23, was forced at !
point by two Cubans to fly to DECORATOR PILLOWS TRAVERSE RODS
Havana Tuesday. He said be,
was questioned by Cuban security Corduroy covered foam "1OO Adjustable Traverse Rods 00
officers before he was I "** I
pillows. Contains shredded by Klrsch. Adjust from
cleared for departure. foam, big size 28" to 48".
Escort Provided I both 20"x40"also> 2 for 88

Ii Navy fighter planes met
.:, Wright 23 minutes out of Havana hand rowels 3 for 88c wash cloths 6 for 8Se REDUCED FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY!
and escorted him to Key West,

The other airman. Trevor 1& Count on Penney's for fashion WOMEN'S DRESSESOur
1 striking towels, 'Incredibly
1 Bruce of Syracuse, N. Y., was .N's
flying from Montego Bay Jamaica low priced! Thick, luxurious cotton terry Dresses be $5 $9
to Grand Cayman Island early Spring can worn TO
woven to wear-ond-wear! And the colors are new
another British Caribbean of
possession now and thru summer. Good selection
Feb. IS, when his plane mid-tones, smart match-ups to Penney's solids! Styles and fabrics.SPECIAL .
ran out gas.
::1 Bums was forced down at I
Island off .
Cayo Diego an southern r
Cuba. Two days later, Cuban BUY ONLY 200 PAIRS

him to soldiers the Cuban landed mainland.and took Il'J iIJ. ra-Je i il NOW! MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S WORK SOCKS

State officials said
the Swiss Department who represent U. S.' !!!!!. a BUILDS A CENTIPEDE LAWN Under Shirts 100% Cotton Cushion
Interest In Cuba, are trying to I I e Shorts 50 Sole Work Socks. 25

arrange Burns. passage borne for . no back'breaking sprigging 1\1 S Briefs T-Shirts Sizes l lO'/z' to 13.


Cubans TellShrimper Thousands Centi-Seed of and lovely many lawns responsible line been lawn established expert with COD- SCHIFFLI 41 Onl'-W........ Ptttljxmti .y|.n trlcef, S-M .."llc

alder it the beat aJI-<
! He the South.It Is rich In color,produce*thick,weed- EMBROIDERED Wsmsn's. Embroidered. houses, sites 32 Ie 3SWenun'i .....1.62
free turf,grows well In shaded area and requires looa
mowing and less fertilizer than other r.No Nyle Sweaters, whl,. & celors,
With w.e't pill 34 ,. 40 "......"...............""....". ..2.22
Can Have BoatKEY sprigging. CENTI-SEED-7OU cart sow a
Centipede lawn- quickly easily Inexpensively. BOUNCE.COTTONS. 'Nr Girls' Nylon Tights. 100% itr.tehobU nylon,

broken slits ...... '.."......................"...., ... .......20c
II Thrives In Sun and Partial Shad
government WEST has(AP)-Informed The Cuban a Grows In any Soli Rich or Poor leys' Denim. Jtani. Sizes 6 thru. 12 ....,........".........1.00

Georgia shrimp fisherman that II Hugs the Ground-Require* Litt!. Mowing Icy.' Sport Shirts. Itng itttvt, broken slits ....""..99c

he may have his stolen boat ..Permanent Grows more Lovely each Tear Venetian Blinds. Only I 10 "..".."...,............................5Oc
bark, but that he must travelto Requheo.WT Little Fertilization 1
Havana to reclaim It. Develops Weed-Reelstant Dense Sod Stalnltis Steel Flatware. 42.ft. stt ..,,,,.,..,...,,.,,.,,6."

I Charles Griffin Jr. reported For New lawns or to Centers Old Lawns Girl. A 10,,' II.... 26" I.,.', 24" Girls' .... ..,,33."
, Ms boat stolen from a dock at II Costs lee to and fax less n
tl j Key West on Feb. 1 It turned Maintain.* Plant to M r d /rpl. Cotton '.real... Wath '. Wtar Prints .."..".... 4/1.00

I up year-old 24 hours later California in Havana man witha IWw 6k.. e5.wpwg..e-.... .dd..a IW Mad wind",.." 10 ...,"' 398 Mon's Twill Work Pants Slits 29 te 42 waist 2.44

I Lee Kirby, who had stolen It. ....'---.........wIf.....................,...",....... Mtn's Cotton Taptr Slacks Wash's Wtar.

, Asylum Granted Full directions each package Slits 30 te 36 watttWsmtfl's .".....,....".".........'.... .., ,2.50'
I Kirby asked for and received (!jjf!._ .
,, political asylum in Cuba. He iit $ or Plants 500 to y Uniform 100% cttttn. Brektn slits .1.99

told newsmen at the time he THE ORIGINAL 3 7J 1000 .... <., Infants' Dress Sh.... Broktn slits ""...,.,.,..,..,.,.,.,...50c LOOK MEN'S
life under .c-o,.
wanted to start a new
I the Castro regime. I CENTIPEDE GRASS SEED Penney fashion at such a WI......'. Corduroy Sh.... Slits S,M.ML L, XL "..,.99c

The Cuban government r:1 1 pound $14.95 low price.. 100'. Spring. n Girls' Fancy Cotton Dr".... Ir..." slits ....,......3.00 Jeans
formed Griffin by I ... Plants 2000 to 4000 sq. ft. //l
maid Cotton Infants' Ttddlttlms.. Grew .....1.99
through the Swiss Embassy that that Is machine 5;t Sllpptrs. leg styleMtn's Tough 10-ei. blue cotton
he may pick up his boat any' ..w.-r.. BUY FROM YOUR SEED DEALER washable Pastel I Oxford Dress Shirts. Short er long denim with bootsoil cotton drill
time he chooses :=:::::.:::::..= CENT.SEED ii grown and 1' iletve. Aiiortod cellar stylts ............".".".....,2.50 swing style pockttt' Triplertndte lr
Griffin who is from suburban := .=: shades beautiful stitchtd'! Sonfofiurf)
Savannah, said the U. S. State,, .wre packed txctuiivety by matching embroidery. Bays' Durtna Knit ,.1... Slits 6 rhrv' 16 "" ..,.......c I Limit 3 per euitom.>
Department expected to have)I' waw=:= array, PATTEN SEED COMPANY Misses M.n' Dress Sioeh. Sis.a 21 'e 40 310.00 $
his passport ready today and he and Half Slits )
would possible.leave for Cuba as soon asl Lakeland! Georgia I o WSIII.n' Ask!. Slack. Yokes sizes, sews str'lela 2.99 i..,

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i LAKELAND LEDGER, Frldiy, Feb 21, W4 '". .. Sir Alec, You Could Put On A Few Pounds Yourself ." A New ExampleOf

I LEDGER EDITORIALSWe 4 I sA Supreme Court's

L La ca RouS

Incredible PowerBy

Like What We SeeJames


WASHINGTON The Supreme ,
W Kynes, Florida's newly- for election of an attorney general who J Court of the United

appointed attorney general, is simply "shall be the legal advisor of the governor State can certainly throw a

the officers of wrench Into the ma
and of each of monkey
"Jimmy Kynes" to a great many Polk
chinery. Within the last few
the Executive Department WithFlorida's
Countians. But when he visits Lake days, the country hat been

land today, old and new friends will population growth, and the told by one of the justices
increased size and complexity of its that almost all of the member
greet him for the first time since his ? d +
government, the attorney general has of the present House of
interim appointment as the chief legal Representative may have
become a cabinet officer of tremendous
officer of our state. a been illegally elected and
influence and power. He serves as ex- that this to what the latest
The reception in Kynes's honor is officio member of two dozen boards, Supreme Court opinion

billed as non-political, which is about some being of prime importance toFlorida's il mean

the same as pretending Senator Gold- and Just what does this do to
well-being future potential -
water is in New Hampshire mak- the validity of the legislation
His advice, obtained from a staff passed by this Congress? And

ing non-partisan speeches. Everybody of keen legal specialists, is sought and what about the acts of previous

knows of course that Kynes must go relied upon in the day-to-day opera- E congresses which _reelected

to the voters in May and Novemberto and In the very same way
tion of government, in planningfor
that the Supreme Court now
: earn from them a full four-year unborn.
generations yet denounces?

term.Florida's It goes without saying that the at- ___' The nation his again been LAWRENCE
1885 constitution provides torney general should be a special sort given' an example of the almost DAVID

) Incredible power which members of the House of
of man. He must, of course, be smart the Supreme Court of the But the real
and knowledgeable. He must have the United States assumes to exercise question today I il not whetherthe

personality to meet and deal with citizens rr over the other branches districting system that

and officials, and to direct harmoniously .4 P of the government merely by has been used by any state
the use of what Is called "ju
Is but whetherthe
a staff of lawyers and aides dicial "
interpretation. Supreme Court shall pre.
He to have keen of ...
ought a sense jus- scribe the method of change

tlce, unaffected by race, religion, or FOR' MANY decades, when Justice Harlan called: atten-

r sectionalism, so that his advice may be ever a fundamental changeIn tion to the simple wording of
the existing system was the Constitution Itself, which
at all times based on law and not emotion deemed necessary by the
And it is on the credit side if he people, they adopted an says

is young and vigorous, but with sev- Voice of the t Pe9pleI amendment in the manner to the Constitution prescribed manner"The of times holding, places erection and

eral years of practical experience in in that document. But this for senators and representatives
shall be prescribed In
law and government. course isn't being followed ,
The Ledger has watched with in- today. each late by the legislature
ara&wOTsssiThis Is The Ledger's Page
Opinion thereof, but the Congress mayat
Justice John M. Harlan explained
the of James W.
terest career Kynes, any time by law make or
more clearly thanany
in alter such regulation, except
who earned statewide the
a name This editorial pogo elfin the Hiwipoptr's own opinions on ......... of .._lit htttntl In .... layman could the of
1940s as a two-letter star Gator ath- editorial column. It wolcomoi tho of radon in the Voice of the Poopta Column tottom OHM* meaning of the -to-J decision as senators to the "places

lete the kind with brains and ... .1."... and boor tho writer's; .el4...., but ....... will ... withhold upon "'I..... A lotto ........ not rendered by the court this choosing

who went on to become a successful ....... 2SO words, sod pointy connot bo t...d. Th. L.....' ,....... tho right to tofoct" amp lotto orshorttn PLAINLY, there are defects

lawyer, an assistant state attorney, a It, Opinions; .f columnitti ond othor contributors .PP.. .'..wh.,. on this p.... jlii in the present systemof

0 Y key assistant to Governor Bryant, and < 11f : "6. establishing congressional
the heads of those of us who I do not comprehend entirely districts, but this ought to be

/ in recent weeks attorney general.We No Escape live in the country. what point these arc to cover, week on the subject of re- remedied by constitutional
have applied to Kynes our own amendment, which should
I would like
to encourage but It doe seem to me that apportionment of congressional -
i political yardstick, as outlined above, From Taxes Citizens of Polk County that one of these I I. Integrity I districts. In his mi- which clearly set forth a basis shall on be

and we like very much the way he are served by Lakeland electricity also believe that that nority opinion, he said: apportionment
anyone made in order to prevent Inequities -
to voice their feelings. "I had not expected to wit-
: a
up. reads a can tell Justice Harlan
Particularly, citizens like newspaper
dater and I myself ness the day when the Supreme
year moved ago my who are furnished no that there is a trait that a Court of the United said:
Lakeland from New
Jersey,to I bought a home here water service, no fire protection goodly percentage of our law- State would render a de- The Constitution does not

as I liked what I saw, and in and no sewer service by makers today do not have. I cision which casts grave confer on the court blanket
I the city of Lakeland, but are authority to step Into every
reply to "Tax Weary," etc., also believe that this Is one doubt on the constitutionalityof
Denying Access To The News I that have to forced to buy electricity from the composition of the situation where the political
taxes say wherever you live.I Lakeland at rates that apparently factor that Col. Glenn has an House of Representatives. It branch may be thought to

pay you are not competitive. ample amount of. Is not an exaggeration to say have fallen short The stability
who have met the most friendly Lakeland should survey it* that such Is the effect of to- of this Institution ultimately -
THE ONLY newspaperman The reasons given for barring Amer- here both K. R. THALACKER
people neighborsand
customer and find out what day's decision. The court's depends not only upon -
.gave the American public a direct report ican newsmen were that they might church folks who took u* they want before they get too holding that the Constitution Its being alert to keep the

of what was going on at the u. S: write about military plans for an em- to their hearts and made us far out on a limb. Calls require states to select representatives other branches of govern
feel welcome It wasn't be- For
Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay in ergency and that they might write I feel that most of us would either by elec- ment within I I constitutional
cause we were and
Cuba was a British correspondent for stories which would lead to emotional beautiful, either, young a* we are prefer NOT to be served by tions at large or by election bound but of equally upon
the city of Lakeland if we hada Straw Vote In district composed 'a* recognition limitation
the London Daily Telegraph. This correspondent reactions in this country and in Cuba. past 70 and living on our social choice. nearly a* practicable' of on the court' own functions

Edwin Tetlow, happenedto In our opinion, these reasons do not security. equal population places In in the constitutional system.
We hone to live here for EDITOR Your suggestion
be at the base at the time Fidel Cas- justify the policy of denying access to the rent of\ our live, to enjoy ARII in the Feb. 10 Ledger to let jeopardy the seats of almost "By yielding to the demand

tro decided to cut off the water supply the news at Guantanamo. The admin- the friendliness, and to far we the people of Lakeland decide all the members of the pres- for a judicial remedyin
ent House of Representatives. this Instance, the court In
He is to be flown off the base later this istration would have acted more wise- haven't heard anybody call Glenn HasIntegrity for themselves where the new my view doe a disservice
DYankees, library would be located I Is a
ly if it had permitted a few represen- us both to itself and to the
week.More capital good one. Sine this
than 50 press, radio and television tatives of the press to visit Guantanamo. L. M. matter has become highly JUSTICE HARLAN pointed broader values of our systemof

correspondents sought permis- It would be reasonable to limit controversial your Idea I Is eminently out that In the last congressional government"No
election in 1962, representative with Indictment
: sweeping
sion to visit the base, which can be the number. The chosen reporters Power Use EDITORI In Sunday's paper and fair,the thoroughly outcome should democratic from 42 Mate of the usurpation of

reached only by government planes or could have made their stories avail. tion Mr."Is Rosell Col Glenn pose the ques be considered final. were elected from congressional power by the Supreme Court
ships. They were denied permissionby able to all press services and broad- Survey UrgedEDITOR be a U. S. Senator?" MayI This writer, like many others districts and that in all has been rendered by any
shares view that the but five of those state there Justice in recent year The
the administration. casting networks. ask this question A* far as your
Lake Morton site where the was a sizeable Inequality In principle that the Constitution -
Assistant Secretary of Defense Ar- The press does not object to with- : I have noted directing, a what government qualifications is concerned old school stood, ,I Is the ideal the population of the districts.He can be amended only in

thur Sylvester, in charge of press rela- holding information for genuine security with great Interest the statements did the then General Eisenhower spot for it. It is large enough then added: the manner prescribed in

tions at the Pentagon, recommended reasons But the policy with of Mr Youkey in Mon. have that Col. Glenn for future expansion; it i* "Thus, today's derision Impugns that document itself has been
day' Ledger regarding cus the validity of the election brushed aside times by
free from traffic congestion; many
that be to Guantanamo does not?
permission granted newsmento
respect goes beyond
tomers of the lakeland light ,i Ia quiet and peaceful; and it Of 398 representative the present Supreme Court.
visit the base. However, news cov- that. It implies a distrust of the press and water department. The It is enlightening to know rntoy an Idyllic view of the from 37 tales, leaving a Never has it gone so far,

erage was opposed by the Navy ad- that we do not believe is warranted, city commission, on Mr. You- that one In awhile, just once lake. No other place in Lake- constitutional' House of 37 however a* to issue a de-
key's recommendation, decided in a grest while, a man can members now sitting" cision the effect of which, in
mirals in match it.
command of the base and of and it could result in suppression of I"IHJ can
be elected to
our governing
that they would no longer By all mean, let' have a There are many argument the words of Justice Harlan,
the Atlantic fleet Defense Secretary facts to which the American publicis furnish water, sewer or fire bodies whose previous occupation straw vote and decide this In favor of changing the sys "i* to declare constitutionally -

Robert S. McNamara sided with them entitled. protection to anyone who does was something other matter In the true American tem of representation In Congress defective the very composition

not buy electricity from them. than a third or fourth rate way by the ballot. so that a state' population of a coordinate

The commission, In effect, lawyer. will be equitably divid- branch of the federal govern
is trying to hold this axe over He speaks' of elite factors C R. SIMBOU ed into district for pidinlAllOut ment.

I Saved By The Bell

War Or A Treading Of Waterservance. I
TIIAT OLD CLICIin about being if he was able to do so.

;"saved" by the bell" may be makingits In the Liston-Clay match, if either

: final bow before passing into conversational fighter is knocked down near the end By RALPH McGILL world (Today, very few secondary man in his place -only to Only the U.S. presence ty or support
Publisher of school students study have him falter and fail The chaos The
prevents Seventh Fleet is in the
of the
round and is unable to
get up The Atlanta Constitution ing the history of their country Laotian people were not interested Indian Ocean to Impress Su-
It had its origin in the prize fight before the end of the 10 second count Washington Notes: In Aprilof have heard of Dien Ben, They did not want MR. DULLES "unleashed" karno.

:,ring And that's where it is disappearing he will lose the fight regardless of 1954, Vice President Nixon Phu It belongs to the his communism. But they did not Chiang in 1953. But Chiang, All these pieces of history

,:' In the match next Tuesday night when the round ends. made a forceful address to torical debris of the past. want to risk anything to oppose unleashed, was still the same should enable us to see that
the annual convention of the France, for all her relative It. This was a time, too, man who had been, as Mr. no panacea "policy," which
between Sonny Liston and Cas&ius Clay Gradually the prize fight businessis might, could not defend It.) when Dulles said
American Society of News "policy" was supporting tied down by the the critic so glibly demand,
.:for the world heavyweight champion- being compelled to make long needed paper Editors. Now, we are about to send the long discredited President wicked Truman Democrats is possible, Asia io changing

,ship, the old rule governing the knock- changes in Its rules and practices.It What he had to say electrified troops to Cyprus to help keepan Rhea in South Korea. He had He could not move. De Gaulle has further blurredthe

:down count at the end of a round will has taken some deplorable incidentsto all present. uneasy and most uAcertain lost the support of the people Today the dirty, muddy, future by recognizing Red
pesc And In Viet Nam the and the army. Finally It frustrating jungle war goes China. A new CommunistAsian
be abandoned them about. Boxers have been The United States would,
bring situation deteriorates for the was necessary to replace him on in Viet Nam Ngo Dinh bloc will develop For
Heretofore, if the bell ending the maimed for life and a few have diedas said the vice president, send same reason it fell apart at South Korea till i is a problem Nhu and Ngo Dinh Diem wentto the time being this country's
Indo-China if
round rang before the 10 second count a result of savage beatings after it it more became troop to to save Dien Bien Phu there is Democracy, unknown to their deaths In a coup policy In the deterioratingAsian
necessary little local understanding of Korean history, i* still a nebulous d'etat. The government that area can only be all-out
was finished the floored fighter could had been clearly demonstrated that the beleaguered French then
issues, of national loyalties, concept, honored more replaced them U gone. The war or a treading of water in
continue the match in the next round they had lost the match. besieged at a valley town or of the will to fight for in the breach than the ob- third one has not real identi- a sea of change.
named Dien Bien Phu.
liberty which they have never -
::r The vice president I Imposed known.
,A THOUGHT-For there I Is no distinction between Jew and Greek the same Lord of all and the rule against quotations This Is background to the '

:'bestows his riches upon alt who call upon him-Romana 10:12. present when the more glib Potomac Fever

:: Once the luncheon was and facile commentators and
done newsmen hurried out to pundit complain that the

write that a "high govern. United State lack .
ISM John Foster Dulles Republicans charge that Lyndon Johnson works harder at his Image thanat

wanted to intervene at Dien his job. For Republicans, LBJ means: Let's Belittle Johnson. '

Bien Phu. That firm U.S. *
AnoMtn <."t> cowit in, was f
I Imperial t I Polk County f......,.,'..h....n.', ae M."rN..'.10111111'10'e. SIMOton ''.. \h./'... policy. It would have required Congress nears passage! of the tax-cut bill. slogan: This was the week
CLIV H MM tr, M.Kmn.Id.Ion a massive effort. The that was cheaper than last Meek.
World's Citrus Center .. .- :OO. POwrlL. ;U'*.dv."rtilin.taVr'niCMano .W' .. ment official" had Mid we French for years had been *
NallaLlY, ...,.. *
.L... ,.... M.n..... c. would, if necessary, send fighting a losing battle. Mr.
troop and the fleet to Indo- Dulles took his plan to the Barry Goldwater says he has 450 "sure" votes for the Republican presidential -

China. British. They pointed out that nomination. Who says the nation's No. 1 conservative never takes a lib

The LEDGER'S telephones: All Departments-686-1151 The next morning the paper the people of Indo-Chlna were eral view of anything?

out of London and Paris not supporting the French *
all had the word that the Mr. Dulles insisted.
There's difference between
SUBSCRIPTION RATIS a presidential candidates. Goldwater's the
American vice president had A good long look was taken,
line Tsar . .. $20.SO Oo Montk . .. ,.. JI.TI so committed the nation. and it was determined that kind of man who'd get you six per cent on your money-while Lyndon John-

Si* Months . . $1 0.40 . . .. .... .40 European reporter did not the years of French defeat son would roll you, double or nothing.

Tons M."'', . . $ S 20 Sundov Only r.., . $7.SO consider themselves bound by proved that only a massive, *
the American rule. ill-out full-scale war effort Instead of a crash rare for the moon, Republicans say we ought to spend

by the United States could the money here on earth so people could He what it was being wasted on.

,...II.h.4 ....'11.... except Saturd.y ond on $uedsr.Wing Of loktl.nd Nowipopor Cor*. IT WAS a little less than prevail. "Policy" was *
10 that Vice President changed.In .
years ago
s Lokolond. ,.Florid. U801 Nixon spoke to the na Laos, "policy" removedthe LBJ's war on poverty already has given a spiritual life to some of the \

tion's editors and, as it prime minister and put a warriors. A Democratic congressman suddenly rushed out and deposited $273-

turned out. those of the carefully selected pro-Western 000 in cash the other day.



Friday, Feb. 2?, 1184 '


Johnson's Move OpenTo Rallying Cry; Divisions SeenBy SenatorTo i WASHDAY

Severe Criticism HOURLY
RELMAN MORINAP t. Continued Pressure sympathy for the Negro movement

Special Correspondent Civil rights leaders say there assert that "they are FEC FightWASHINGTON SALE
trying to too far too fast." SPECIALS
will be of go
no relaxation
By FULTON LEWIS JR. son Is a very able man. He II This'! Is the second crisis yearin pressures
Negroes, on the other hand, i
this year. In fact, they (AP) Sen.
WASHINGTON-The Presl- not illiberal at all But he the "Negro Revolution" and will Increase said the Rev. Dr. are dissatisfied with the pace Wayne Morse, D-Ore., has told : Saturday Feb. 22 Only At .
dent hat left himself to comes from Texas, as I come
open its leaden sound the rallying Robert V. Spike, executive di- of desegregation in the schools the Senate he loon will give
even criticism with the appointment from Illinois cry, "More in 'M." rector of the National Council since 1954, and scornful of what Congress a chance to determine :
of an oil lobbyist as "A SENATOR from Texas, of I they call "tokenism" in the de
Churches' committee
It It an election -for on religion whether Edward Ball, Florida' SOUTHGATESHOPPING
if he Is year
director of the Interior De.partment' to continue as a Senator and race.
Of. from Texas, In the main President Johnson, for about I accommodations.Between East Coast Railway chairman", :,
lice of Oil and y has to be amenable to the one-third of the Senate, for the More school boycotts have these two point of "is better than the government
entire House of Representatives. been scheduled for a number of Morse said Thursday he will :
Gas. gas and oil group. I don't view one development i I. obvious CENTER
Iv The Admlnls-' blame Senator Johnson for Civil rights, the dominating domestic Northern cities and highly snlgificant: Introduce legislation which will :

tratlon official this I simply don't want to Issue, can Influence mil 3. The Counlerreaclloa More people, white and Negro require the Alfred I, Dupont estate :
Joe T. Dicker. see that policy governing the lions of votes, pro and con. As civil right leaden increased North and South, are aware of to divest itself of control of NEW SPECIALS EVERY HOUR
son, has been country or governing the North and South. the pressures, charges the problems now than were a the railway. : I
vice president i : Democratic Party." It is the 10th anniversary of of '"demagoguery" and "pub- few yean ago. More people in Morse said Ball had refused :
of the Mid- Senator Douglas spoke for the historic U.S, Supreme Court Icity seeking" came from both all sections of the country are to settle the 13-month strike on 9ioAj I M.: Harrell's Garden Center
Continent Oil! many liberals when he summed dictum outlawing segregation in whites and some Negroes. The'concerned. More thought Is be- the railroad and "has abused the : ,

and Gas AJSO- [ up: the public schools. street demonstrations and ing given to solution. vast" economic and political : PEAT MUCK, Reg. 25c Bag . 6 Bags $1.00
elation and a L "I understand Johnson'i position Struggle For Leadership Seen school boycotts stirred fears of powers he wields. : \
duly registered perfectly, I simply say a "backlash" of sentiment even The senator branded Ball "an I ROSE BUSHES, Patent & Non-Patent 2 for 1saw I
Congresslo n a I .LEWIS that we Northern and Western And It Is a year which may among sympathizers of the, Newspaper Says antiunion tyrant" and said the : oat OCT ONI mil

lobbyist since 1960. Democrats cannot elect a see"moderate.a greater and struggle"extremists"for between movement. I long, violent strike should be I 5% CHLORDANE, Reg. 79c . 5 lb. Bag 38c

Dicker-son's Immediate boss man with those Identifica- control of the civil rights A Negro Judge A. T. Waldenof Bride SelectedFor ended under terms of the Federal :
tions. Atlanta said, "I am afraid Act.
is Assistant Secretary the movement; a year in which differences Railway :
Interior Missouri Senator Stuart Sy there will be serious trouble or Jap PrinceTOKYO Morse said that Ball trustee
John M. Kelly anoth. a* to method already I
er oilman. mington, another 1960 Democratic have resulted in torn top level a real setback to progress unless for the railroad, manages the I 10tlMTO: Country Girl
hopeful, harped on John leader- the present disorders are (AP) The newspaper Dupont estate which includes 31 I
splits In the Negro
Senator William Proxmire son's oil links. A campaign which holds the topped." Asahl Shlmbun reported today Florida banks the railroad and : SOFT FLATS
Wisconsin Democrat has con- ship: a year On Feb. 13. the 13 New York .
strategist told the WashingtonStar posiibility of strong counterreaction that Miss Hanako Tsugaru, large real estate holdings.The 1
veyed to President Johnsonhis branches of the NAACP said Ball had
in January 1960: "Johnson City senator re- I
deep misgivings about the by white groups to what 23, member of a noble family, R.ulorly $OQO
can't get a single convention voted to pull out from the citywide jetted recommendations of a :
Dickerson nomination. He bass they consider "excesses" In the been selected the 4.00 *
committee for Integrated Presidential Board I
from New York, New Jersey Emergency
urged Johnson to "reconsiderthe Pennsylvania. Ohio, Negro movementIn schools sponsor of the Feb. 1 bride of Prince Yoshl, an offer by the striking unions :
10 the struggle over
tragic Implications of this Michigan Illinois, or California. civil rights years has swept far beyond boycott in New York. 28. i to arbitrate and numerous i

Office appointment.of Oil The and head Gas shouldbe of the He is a Southerner He is the first objectives,I 4. The Negro Answers They were brought togetherfor 'efforts to settle the strike. : ii NOONO Fremac's
identified with oil and gaa interests leaden while decrying 12
a man who has equal regard schools bus lines, waiting Negro a face-to-face meeting I
for the Interests of the rooms in the South. I some of the Incident that Thursday, the newspaper said, German and Swiss is the original : Men's Short Sleeve
consumer and the general tax The Democratic National It now aims at desegregating grew; out of demonstrations, and agreed to become better paternal ancestry of :
payer is well as the oil producing Convention in 1960 approved a public accommodations hotels'said nevertheless that this formof acquainted. I Dwight D. Eisenhower i iuhh."h. SPORT SHIRTS 2" & $199
platform plank calling for a
has been
industry.." cut in the cent oil depletion motels eating places, depart protest ____ .._... __ ._ __ __ .. _. _..u.h_...._ II
27i per ment store fitting rooms etc.,; The Rev Wyatt Tee Walker, Regularly' 3.98
JOHNSON has long been allowance a tax gim- executive of the
to strike down the barriers designed secretary
known as an oil-and-gas man mick prized by oil moguls to discourage Negro' Southern Christian Leadership Itseemsall. thejicest

and petroleum interests have But Johnson reportedly told voter registration, to establish Conference, said most desegregation '
for years bankrolled the Texas Texas oilmen that he wouldsee biracial committees for adjudicating In Atlanta has resulted nHICKOaY ? "P M Gordon's JewelersLIMITED
Democratic Party. They to It that no administration racial problems in from court orders demonstrations people drink
have exercised such an influence onslaught would be madeon given communities. or the threat of demon-
on Lone Star Democratsthat the depletion allowance. These are the main facets in trations-not voluntary action. .. It"'
California Governor Pat The oil men went along with the developing picture: Civil right leaden are aware $149 ;
Brown, a Democrat, said In Johnson and the Democrats that carrying the fight into the Il
September, 1959: carried: Texas by a narrow I streets has cost the movement Regularly
Feb. 10 the House of Representatives -
"The oil and gas positions margin.No some sympathizer. Dr. Mar
taken by Texas and its representatives effort was made by ad- passed the of most civil'tin Luther King Jr. laid there
were repugnant to ministration lieutenants to cut comprehensive package had been some resentment over j
other state For that reason back the depletion allowance rights legislation in history. the events of the summer of Southgate Gift Shop
290130. The
The vote pack
I find It very difficult to support while Johnson was Vice Presi was 06]. But he said It was a
contains 11 "titles, affect-
Lyndon Johnson. dent. A Republican Delaware age "temporary setback." Starter :
In his race for the Democratic Senator John J. Williams, ing public education, voting 8. The Major ByProduct.Some
Presidential nominationIn earlier this month introducedan rights, equal employment opportunity ( > PLACE MATS 50 EACH _
public facilities etc. whites, while professing America' Most Bourbon
1960, Johnson found his oil amendment to the tax bill Magnificent 1.00Danish
ties to be a major stumbling cutting the allowance. It empowers the attorney gen Regularly :

block. His intimate friendshipwith TIlE WORD was passed that eral to bring school desegregation NEEDED :10 years' }lightt.! ]

Tommy the Cork Corco- Johnson was against it. It suits, MM' truck t.. t'm.t Rwr* than 2 TO
oil failed of Now the bill goes to the Sen S VMI* aid U INN tar pulllnt [ r?M Bakery
ran, a powerful lobbyist, passage ,
of Per.nunwit (
hit ate where, because unlimited traitor* lit Central I 10'years mellow ;I
hurt him badly In northern Johnson once explained INN, Mr VMOIf.I Call .
debate the
areas devotion to the oil Industry: Is expected to, be far opposition more I. W. ..._, ,Ttrmlnal.. M-ITTJ.' Mgr* 't'* > '*,..h ..iJ APPLE SAUCE CAKE ,
Senator Paul Douglas, "The health of the nation'seconomy Winter OMn. '
formidable. 10 rust OUI'ITlAl astute coatsa sow'HI cones IKIIUUI 1:0.: ruin
Demo of Illinois, spoke out rises and falls In di-
against LBJ on national TV in rect relation to the health of Regularly 29
November I9S9. He referredto the oil industry. It is a great OC
Johnson's close ties with the misfortune and Injustice that !
oil Industry: an Industry of such importance
"No I cannot see Lyndon should receive only negative 2:30 P.M. TO Diana
Johnson being picked as our attention from the gov ..... 3:30: P.M. Shop

party's nominee. I speak ernment""Positive T'
frankly on that. Now I will attention" Is now $5" DRESSES-$499 MERCHANDISIMarchers NEW

elaborate on that. Mr. John- _the byword. __ "STUFF"Bags

\ Florida Republican Split -Belri-Walleri Old Slipper 39

Defy Peacemaking Efforts 34'P.o

WEST PALM BEACH (AP- tionat Convention were filed In
The split in state Republican Tallahassee. Both backed Sen

party ranks appeared wider today Barry Goldwater of Arizona. wJ Hamburger Deluxe
after efforts of top GOP officials One slate, filed by state Republican 50
failed to bring the two chairman Tom Fair- ," With French Fries Cr

factions together. ,' field Brown of Tampa, was un J Slaw Reg. 75c . . .
4 4Okt
The rift came to light Tuesday -pledged but Informally committed -
when two slates of delegates to Goldwater.

for the Republican NaNew Cramer Heads Other Slate
The other was filed by Rep. 34If3 opPMMt.0 Ruby's Tot & TeenOne

AntiTankMissile William C. Cramer, R-FIa, of
St. Petersburg. Cramer's slate Group Of CANVAS SHOES $OOO

I was pledged to Goldwater. I Asst'd Colors 3 to 8. Regular To 3.00

TrailsI William T. Wakeman, Chairman -, One Group Of Girls' T-SHIRTS SI00

of the State GOP Finance' Regularly To 1.79 NOW I
Guiding WiresCULVER I Committee, said two membersof
the National Draft Goldwater
Committee tried to work out an
CITY. Calif. (AP) agreement between the two fac- P.M.MTO Thom McAn
-Details of a "slaved" anti- tions Thursday in Tampa. I v r a''rr 5 I

tank missile called TOW were However, efforts to appoint a
disclosed Thursday by Hughes compromise chairman of a single LIQUID SHOE POLISHOnly
Aircraft Co., which is developing slate failed. 29c
the infantry weapon for the Earlier Brown charged that A Few At This

Army. Cramer was "challenging the Price. Reg. 49e . .
The missile, carried on very existence of the Republican -:
ground vehicles or helicopters, party in Florida" and attempting )
unreels two hair-thin wires as to "dictate all party' w 4:30
it speeds through the air. The policy in the state." : : ::3M.J.0 Ace HardwareFISHING

wires carry: signals to correctits TACKLE BOX . $3.99
course and steer it to the C.I.,. 4v( Onubl tray. ttMW duty, .,..... MM. l.tS

A Hughes spokesman said SERVICK: .........n ahM.nam.h| sT...l.5, .uatit* MM IS.
that in recent tests the missilehit .... ARMOUR VERTAGREEN $1.87
within a foot of dead centeron lanier Upthew, a.S S rkkl" r 001,,_, Lul enan..I
tank-sized more Inc. =53IM ,
a target r /6b ati { T
.. .
t. Y.' Av* n. M-Ilil v
than a mile away. rF 5 P.M. TO

6 P.M. Fe W. Woolworth I



NEW Carbaminefirst 3'x5' Chenille
RUGS a $197

antacid with this 2-way relief

6 P.M.
exP5S 'TOMA' Al1D.,. A"U PRoMIHn H.ALINe 7 :MO Touchton Drugs .
... It .._.. CAUSIU BY CXCFS5 A( IDI
-rwrA..AwinewrnwwriwT.nw.laNarrbWpr..h: ::: daawAM" .l of the finest comments that come to us from new suspension have reduced to an almost unbelievable Giant Size Krank's Shave Bomb . S9c
all a ? "'L M rc.wa "alto. sell a" "
l- (Al 1AM/N5 b.MaMlYwwad.wlMwt. rIwMI owners of 1964 Cadillac.concern the car'extraordinary degree the sound normally associated with travel.
Mww.1 wwvw "' arw,, try w. WAY n 1.39 Value Assorted Whitman's Chocolates 88c
;-.,rl sons ' := .lr br..J--= M.a quietness of operation. And, even more Importantly, it speaks of the car' I

.L/UI1'TWa.w=TIO''" a0Olr =MEN naaJ rwnW.W Yr L. A Cadillac owner remains comfortably insulated from great engineering. Cadillac's dynamic new engine operate Qt. Size With Plastic Cup Thermos Bottle $1.77
... ._. ....... _.. _
HALO MAY PEUrr c rhar
e ,._.r w. N r.wLM the detraction and din of the heaviest midtown traffic. with flawless precision, despite Its record power.
_-- And we think that this remarkable characteristic tells Its new transmissions, both the Hydra-Malic and thea
I woes :wAY11a.prlw 7 P.M. TO
i 'i t l..l.r..1-=-."::W.F"Ime r" great deal about the quality and goodnem of this Turbo Hydra-Matic, translate that power into smooth s P.M.: PublixEncore
, 0 extraordinary new Cadillac creation. hushed response and combined with exclusive
krw cA.L/MIhpiOP. MAT Teflon
ono s ANIALIW DON'T LOA First of all, It indicates the car's high level of crafts True-Center drive line, virtually eliminate vibration Coated

' ::W. :::;::.ffi.t C4w r... manship. Every 1964 Cadillac in fact, now undergoes If you have not yet driven a 1964 Cadillac you will Ironing Board Cover With Pad i

-- .. a rI, more than 1400 separate Inspections. find it a moat revealing experience. Your dealer will Fits all standard 54" boards Wipes clean Never
... .......
\ d w,"..-LAAaAMINL---.iLl-, ..."'....... It Indicates too how Cadillac' combination of tunehave one ready any time that's convenient Just let needs washing. Scorch Militant ft Or*
--.. -, ...... lor longer wear .... 00''
tional styling, scientific soundproofing and advanced the car'i amazing quiet do the talking

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, pc 8 P9M;. ? W Ta Grant

I ,rr'c.suatsesoalctsalmlosF REMNANTS :5r..5 Yards $1.00
F. .-" % nf rtMMMuncui M. MUM u M. P. TOMLINSON CO.
PANTIES :?::warty 5 Pairs $1.00

'CKERD 920-950 E. MAIN ST. PHONE MU 2-7173 II I AZALEAS ..I,::::.ilnne off:mw' 20 plants $1.00



I LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, Feb. 21, 1N4___ _

11'c'vc cut prices with Grunt's big hatchet for .

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I I Mode in Japan by Chinese Geo. Nagasaki kin folk. .
122 I 6-16 these will make you Blue too. Multicolor Multi Size Multi Mess Deck pant
Only $1,37BOYS'
Assorted Martha SweatersMoth 67 pair 5 only ,970 were 2.99LADIES' .

Eaten Soggy Airy Corduroy Lined Parka Coats
Site Range 34-38 FLANNEL PAJAMAS
1 ea. Size 3-4-5-6 HOUSE DRESSES
R... 599 SALE 177 I 388 5 pair Northpole Style
R.|. S.94 SALE n.47 Outhouse Inhouses Any kind of house -
Assortment of Junk ShoesAt Whew! What A Price IS-lIS these take the prise Don't say we didn't worn

terrible. But at 28c they're you.
Regular price they're
dolls. 61 BOYS' SHIRTSShort 97
Beautiful Girls' Dresses 3 only 3.99

R... ,,1.. 100 t.BIRTHDAY 299 Sleeve- Short tails. Probably Short Buttons.
V.luM re 5.99 All /2 Prlct
These Dresses Are ScrumptousWith Reg. $1.3997 PROBLEM BOYS
SPECIALS! ( A Little Hot Sauce)
Worm Slippers with built-in Heaters & Defrosters. LADIES' BLACK GIRDLEDon't 16 Shirts that Defy Description. All the way 616.

IU9.I.99 SALE 37 I CHILDREN'SChildren's I hove but one but itt feelings would be hurtif From 1.99 to 47 16 ...

/ we foiled to mention. I ILADIES'
Wide Assortment of Dresses Size Small .
Good For Running to the Store Sweaters $3.99 10 BAD BLOUSES
(When the Car Won't Start) Vicksburg/ Specials 28 32-38 Several
only 2.99. Easters ago and e
VT. PRICE Awful Colors BRASWe're lot of soiling.
177 77-
J.99 NOW 1.99 NOW 1.47
Not goin to mention the size

I MEN'SPapa I only10f.
Little Children's Corduroy Slacks 3
3 to 6x Slacks Reg. 1.99 HOSE BY RUNEASY
George Sweaters 25 only TERRY CLOTH PLAYSUIT
Terrible Looking, Even Worse 2500 Pair Seamless Mesh or Plain Stitch. Been
R..I 99G....." 9 only "There she go..I" "Miss America" Saving these for Years Just For this event -
Rt.. 7.99 R.U... M. At 333 *
7 7
Only 6 of these Relies Left Were 2.99 Limit 3 pro50f. Pr.

Large Assortment of Water Shirts BOYS' SWEATERS A DOOZY
George's Rowboat Specials
With A Speed Boat Price Old JewelryPure Whatever the style i I. these ain't -
R... 2.99 ONLY rl1 97* II only for2 price
Rig. 1.00 SALE Maybe we're a year ahead Florid. Scene Naturally to send to those

Geo. Wouldn't give these to his men when cross pore unfortunates.
ing the Delaware. So they're still like new. MEN'S JACKETSthis O f.
Grab 'Em Jewelry Bag Each Envelope Free
6 Only Wool Coat Sweaters
Assorted EarringsGeo. / Breaks My heart I Even Bought one at
R... 699 SALE Hated To Let These Gems Full Price and I was the only one.

I I BOYS'SWEATERS I I a. Ar A Rock Full /2 price used With dust tongue we say this;; they look like

Oil Cloth Shelving LADIES' FALL HATS 47
girls' sixes 7
?..' .,. Y4. SALE 9i We Don't Even Know How Many. Several Hundred.
We offered these on his last birthday so her. If you can't shelf it, 11 feet of them Our Entire Profit For the Lost
they are again. A little cheeper.R melt it and put it in your car three Hat seasons.All DROOPY DRAWERS
22 I
... 5.99 Cny Price 72 price Ladies that I I.

You're In The Army Now Made by a crushed goose or a goose that had a MEN'S SPORT SHIRT CIRCUS 2 pair10f. Each
Give Me Your Guitar crush on a crushed goose that had a Prices Like the old Days
Take This Here Sweater Loose Feather We're sure you'll agree this Is a clown' attire. But the Drawers are also
300JACKETS SALE 75 Verry, Verry popular.
Rig. 5.99 "T
125-2.99 1,97 TIRED TOYSFrom

Geo.wore these when he blap! blap! his muzzle Acetate 2 PILLOWS Fiber and thatAin't BOYS' FLANNEL & CORDUROY lOc to 10.00

loader. Hay It's a stuffing All Priced For10f.
Hat Didn't know could mix them did ?
Rig. 4.99 Only I 4 ... Rldiculoui 250 R... 1.50 SALE 100PILLOWS I you you From 1927 to 1964 2 Big Bases
1.99 6-16 Sizes 15 @ 97

R... 1.44 SALE 222 Bars Swings and Slide are There, maybe we Just
Little Girls' Jumper Suits Sleepy time down South 137 59c Towels For Your Damp ?f# That's All You Don't Know How to put it together. I only Sat. 8
Remember head needs a pillow should Dry. A.M.
These Jumpers Suits are Jumping all over the every
only 27 37f.HORSEHEAD
counter. First Come First Served iU

Sit; l-6 Rig 2.99 SALE 197 I
6Oz.) Juice Glasses
Little Girls' Assorted Sweaters ... u. Whll. Th., Lass 5
Values to 3.99 These were? used to boil water out of Geo.'. Delaware I'll Bet you wonder What that I I. Come in and Awful Yellow, Lousy Lavender, and Bad Bronze
177 crossin boats. See For with only 15 Blooms- Potted -Them Not Us.
Mirth. Granny's Prlc. S
4.44 99'

Little Girls' Warm Coats FLOOR LAMPS-Only 3
These Coats were made by Gin (Cotton Gin that is) Tarnished, Rusted w/o bulbs. Martha PATHETIC PJs
Size 5 & 6 used them to sew by and mostly JUNK JEWELRY
500 Children' Sizes Plisse that' what they call
Re.. 5.94 S Wooli Only 322 R... 11.99 SALE crinkle crepe Now. 18 pcs. and we ain't kiddin' it is junk

38 77 17-

. they came to us as 2.99 Orion Ladies' Sweaters and
\ FERTILIZER 1 LAWN MOWER we could never." them @ 2.99 2.47 1.97 girls' & boys' Sises.
iy/t H.P. Maybe It Runs 1.87. So wo're 102 1.27 and
'/1 Price of 1.39 to 4.89 trying at calling
Maybe It Will Blow-up them Dog Blankets among other'nom.... 1.85 Pair S0 Each Sock
W et--Bro k
en-Domoged It Was New In 1732


1 BRAND NEW BICYCLE MUSLIN MATERIAL 4 only Pull oven 32-36, that have been pulled 285 of the poorest selection of Dresses "We startedto
26" Girls' I Seater Good Base For Beattle Wigs over too many times. soy ladies but ladies wouldn't be caught in them"
Not Good for Double Dates 91 77 Any way /i price we won't even keep themIn
Y4. t 0 Y4. LIMit the store,they will be on sidewalk.
R... 2'1.99 Only 1 000 Reg 29c Yd. r




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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday Feb. 21, lilt 7

Ruskin Man Arrested In Texas


f For Murder Of Bartow Salesman

Et -
I TAMPA A 41yearoldRuskin tion and will be returned to admitted slaying both him and

man has been arrestedIn Tampa to stand trial for the Webb. BLUE CHIPS

Texas and charged with murder of William L. Webb Webb's beaten body was

murder In connection with the and a second man who was found about four miles east

laying of a Bartow salesmanlast Identified as Roscoe Dykes. of Ruskin last Saturday
Friday night.HiUsborough Officers said the body of morning. Officers said Choate E EACH MONTH A DIFFERENT
County authorities Dykes, who lived on a small admitted beating Webb to (ll ,g Ot TtIEi) IT'5INVi M AA fKVJlLLPecipe. SNOW

reported that Carl farm near Ruskin, has not death with a hammer and Th4 NT AGkEED, WHICH STOCK WE BUY/ -

Choate hat waived extradi been located but Choate has shooting Dykes with a shot a rfc FEILoWcs t10TNING7b

gun.Choate reportedly told officers M oTNER!

he disposed of Dykes'
1 :
l4JiQN body in a ravine near a construction -

site In a near-by
fc ,
county. aa
'D' t : Sheriff Ed Blackburn said

'\ '\ :;r 4 tt q Sf the murders came as the climax mKNw fl

L ., '" .., .. -.. ,., of a night of drunken -
( i brawling and bar hopping by s *. *

; o '1 rfed' e the trio. L,1TE STOCKS

1. '.::: : : The case reportedly broke I

had when been an Orlando with Choate woman shortly who 04)11 c re I The Daily InvestorBy

5 New York Firemen after the killings called Webb's
home In Bartow. Blackburn
WILLIAM A. DOYLE (stocks of well known com-
explained the woman thought r r '
Suspended In ProbeNEW Choate was Webb. Q. When my husband died be' panics, with good earnings and

When she found out that left me J4 different stock dividend records) have been
CONTEST INTRY-Loetburg'i entry In the florid Wore AMERICAN These have been constantly declining the real leaders of the recent
Half of the 30 firemen Webb had been murdered she STOCKEXCHANGE
company's -
YORK (AP)-Fire Commissioner ....10" contort el Cypreii Gerdom Svndoy ,U It-yeer-elo1 Jeennle; In price for the past four stock market advance. When
called the sheriff's department
been thus far.Thomp.olt
have ,
Edward Thomp.on.blazing ,. quizzed Dtaulne, a coed .. St. ,..."hr, Junior Co....... Tht slender Late years. I read that the .tock the "cats and dogs" start run.
"All of
that said, adding:
mad over report ( beeury, who li the current Mill Waft Coast Pius rhotofrepher, Cloi market Is supposed to be going ning up in price that's usuallya

women "allegedly of ill repute"have the men In this company are not Hammer Recovered li one of tan centeitenrt competing In lime iterewldo ooQtonttrotting .... up. But I notice that II Is really signal that the market has hita
frequented a Manhattan evil men but they will all be arrestedby Am Elec ...... ... 13 '
When Choate was few Hue risky period and is due for a
firehouse has suspended five questioned." he or 230; o.m.Immediate. Barnes Eng ............. 28 only a chips whl
Texas State Trooper |flop
Formal allegations will be a Dorsey Corp ............ 6, they take and keep pushing up.
I including the company
firemen Webb's stolen
was driving car Will the truly ..ver.geCype.tocks Frankly ma'am 34 Is an awfully -
filed against the suspended fire- Falcon Sea Dr .......... 15!
captain. and Identify. number of different
carrying large
papers Guard Chem ..,....,.... NS such as I own ever go
next week for a departmental -
"The of the department men Action
reputation him Webb. stocks for
ing as to own -
in price? I am sure I .m, anyone
be stake Thompson hearing. The commissaioner officers Gulf Am ................ 4 up .
could at ,
Late this morning especially when the indicationsare
not alone In this situation There
said the hearing will be hammer with Gulf Sulphur ............ 7%
said.He recovered the thousands of that they are less than
Kratter ............ 8
said an investigation begun open. which Choate reportedly killed ?" ? quality stocks. My suggestionis
fire captain Sought In Florida Lucky Friday......,... 30)1!) stocks which they never push
that The suspended
showed more
last month Webb. that to a good brokerage
up. Is this a fair deal? you go
.......... 28
than once "unauthorized civilians -Joseph J. Sosa 45, of Floral Chief Criminal Deputy Occidental Pet % A. Ma'am please understand or Investment advisoryfirm
and female" Park N.Y., is a 22-year veteran Adair said the hammerwas Redwing carrier ....,... NS
both male Archie and have an appraisal
that I am not trying to be
Stephen Co ............. 8 I,
of En- with two recovered after Choate
had visited the firehouse made of holdings
Co. 35 on East 119th St. Also suspended were: told officers he had thrown it Phosphate Problems Syntex ...................110 rough with you. But if the your
gine of the stock
price performance
Elec ..,...,..... 25,
said the women Martin Buchalter. 33, of Staten into a hedge in the 4800 blockof Tampa Q. You printed a letter from
Thompson husband left has done
Textron Elec. ........... 4;% your you
were In the firehouse more than Island; Alfred W. Cordes, 35, HiUsborough Avenue. TAMPA f) Sen. Jennings D-Malne. was called back to as badly as you say it Is cvious a reader who was unhappy because *

once but he declined to give and John J. McHugh. 27, both Adair said Blackburn was Randolph D-W.Va, says Immediate Washington shortly before the OVERTHECOUNTERMUTUAL that the stocks you hold even though he paid an
of the Bronx and William Allen expected to arrive in Tampa ended. Sen. FUNDS 81 commission when
further details. The third floor ; action Is needed to workout hearing Randolph are not good ones. % percent
quarters of the firehouse report- 31, of Richmond Hill with Choate early this afternoon the problems connected with closed the discussion with this BANKS, Etc. Stock prices go up and sloe he bought shares of a mutual

edly was involved. Queens.._ Florida's phosphate plants. summation: Bid prices go down-depending upon fund the values of his shares

"Where it comes from Is an- "Testimony shows that problems Affiliated Fund .......... 8- what prices buyers are willing have not risen as fast as the

other matter," Randolph said exist here and It is apparent -Alico .................... V'. to pay and sellers are willing general stock market as

: Citrus Industry Warned To Face said yesterday at the end of the| that there Is evidence suf- Am Express ............. 37''% to accept.If measured by the Dow-Jones

first day of a U.S. Senate subcommittee ficient to warrant Immediate action. Auto Merch ............. 2 a company does well I Ivestors In- average
hearing on air pollution Where it comes from is another Chase Man Bank ,,...... 65''% and speculators usually That poor Innocent Investor.I .

matter but It is Imperative : Eckerd's Drugs ......... NS' recognize this and the mark purchased some shares of

I :Beverage Market CompetitionWINTER Agriculture Interest testified that you work with a coordinated Fidelity Fund ..... .. ..,.. 171 price of the stock goes up. One William Street Fund In

that fluorine gas from the phosphate effort In solving these Fla. Gas ................ 91/! That's over simplification of 1962-paying { a share The

plants killed cattle and [problems" I Fla. Pub Utd ......,.... 23'h' course. But it is the basic way Dow-Jones Industrial Averagehas
HAVEN-Dr. William Only nine per cent of total trates, except citrus," Black hurt citrus groves. But spokesmen Donald S. McLean former Fla. Steel............... 8'% market prices of stocks Chang since gone up about U percent

E. Black director of American consumption o f said. for the State Health Board president of Polk County Cat Fla. Tel ....... ...... ... 28'h! Your letter indicates that But, U I cash In my One

market development for Florida beverages is of fruit Juices Consumption of frozen concentrated said there wasn't 'enough evidence tlemen's Association said that Fla. Tile ................ Ily! "they" (and I don't know who William Street Fund I still

Citrus Commission warned and drinks, Black said Leading juices for the past to successfully prosecutethe toxic fluorine killed his cattle Founders Life ........... '7'h\' "they" are) have some kind of would get less than 114.11 a

canners yesterday the beverages, according to year he said averaged four companies damaged his citrus trees and Gulf Life ................ 58 conspiracy going pushing the share.I .

Florida citrus Industry is makIng proportion of consumption, million gallons a month and Floyd Bowen of the Florida forced him to sell his 108.acre! Incorp Invest ... ......... 7.41 prices of some stocks up but say that any Investor, withan
a mistake when it limits are "milk and milk additives," consumption of fruit drinks Phosphate Council acknowledgedthat farm after harvesting the land' Inter County Tel t Tel .. 49 ignoring those you own. ounce of brains, can do bet.

its competition to competingfruit 28 per cent; coffee 25 per 2.5 million gallons a month. the apparently has a for 14 years Jackson Mm Mart ...... 3'% Believe me that's not (rut ter by buying stocks by himself .

juices and drinks cent; soft drinks, 18 per cent However Black pointed outa detrimental gas effect on plant life State Health Officer Dr Wil- Lewis Bus Forms ...... 17!% Most stocks which represent without going through mutual

Rather said Black "you and tea 14 per cent. great "seasonal variation"in and cattle son T. Sowder Jacksonville Nationwide ..... .... ..... 144:! real values are now selling well funds Do you agree?

I have to think in terms of a Black noted that sales of purchase of fruit drinks- But he added that the companies said there is a lack of technical A. H. Robins ......... ... 38\1.>\ above the lows they dropped 'to A. No. Some investors can.

beverage market. frozen orange concentrate consumption is four times millions of and scientific evidence to Taylor Inst ..... ......... 1131h> following the 1962 stock mark Some can't. Your blanket statement
Black speaking at a luncheon dropped from 96 million cases greater in the summer than in are spending the the phosphate firms I T.V. Elec Fund ......... 7.92' doesn't hold up. One William -
dollars to combat problem. prosecute
meeting of the Florida in 1961-62 "the year of the big the winter with frozen lemonade He said also that medical tests He said the State Health Department Trans Gas Pipe Line .... 21>. bust.Many, many stocks still have Street Fund certainly

Canners Association at the crop," to 63 million cases in the favorite. show with its limited budget Travelers ............. ... 194 not recovered in price basically hasn't been a world-beater In

Haven Hotel here called for 1962-63, following the freezeof Although sales of frozen or- on that phosphate fluoride Is employee not harmful to has a slim chance of successfully United Ilium .. .... ..... 39 because they are not qua ., the period you mention-or, for

more research Into the entire December 1962. Dollar ange concentrate and canned' battling the multi! mil- Universal Foods ....... .32 ity stocks. This may come that matter sine it was organized

beverage market. value of concentrate sales orange juice have slackened human beings. subcommittee lion dollar phosphate industryin Walters Jim .... ........ 30!', bitter pill but that could be In 1958. But many mutual
of the
decreasedfrom In this of short The chairman do have performance -
correspondingly year supply the story with those you own. funds good
Juice Use High $300 million to $280 million and high prices, the economist Sen. Edmund Muskle court. Market Closed Today It's true that the "blue chipi'" records.

'Over 90 per cent of FlorIda Black said pointed out one significant Birthday

oranges are consumed in Drinks Lead Growth trend in the upsurge of sales George Washington's of a federal holiday Late, Latest
Black said But of Pounds Threaten
liquid form synthetic or fruit-based Two Close
today no 11 ..m. stock Claw
he stressed, the pure orange "During sales in this fruit period drinks growthof was drinks quotations were )(ones & Laughlin ...... 69] U.S. Steel ..................56%
Juice industry does not only available.Lales .................. 53
than all other canned Volume Declines"Consumers Hayes .. ...... .. 38'',,. Upjohn
with other fruit juicesor greater Of Air OfficerPORTSMOUTH Kelsey
compete Career Clout Vendo ...... .. ........... 16'/'
synthetics but with such fruit juices, except citrus, and stuck with the Kimberly Clark ......... 63
Warner-Lambert ......... 25%
.... ...... 85%
beverages as coffee and tea. was greater than all concen- orange flavor but shifted to I A'ir Reduction crr-McGee ...,.....,,.. 379};
W. Air Brake ............ 31%
Alden .... .. ... ......... 291/$t
drinks," Black said Issue ..... .... ..... 33arSiegler
orange NH (AP- New weight regulations Ludlum ....... 39'/ Korvette Westinghouse ............ 33V4Minn
For the period April 1962 Air Force Capt. Harold K. Sa- last August for Air Force officers Allied Allegheny Chem .... ......... 53'; > .... ........ 141// Dixie .............. 30'/

I AssessmentSet 'Gunslinger'Is / to April 1963 volume of frozen has fasted on diets called for Sacane, a 6-fool .: Allied Stores ....... ..... 58'1a Jggette & Myers ..... .. 78% Woolworth ............... 71!%

orange concentrate consumed cane gone inch.. 31-year-older, to reduce Am Bosch .... .......... "'/ Litton Inds ............... 70% Xerox; .... ..............., 781/3
At $2.95At Disarmed dropped by 47 per cent with and taken reducing pills but an his 235 pounds down to 219. His Am Cyanamid ........... 61*' Lone Star Gas ........... 23 Zenith Rad ............. 79/a
I orange drinks climbing correspondingly excess two pounds today jeopardize latest reported weight is 221- Loral Elec .......... .. ... 8\1.<\ .
....... 65}
Am Home Prd > ....... .
his military career. Lorrillard ..... W
Shot in volume. two pounds over the prescribe
After One ............ 217/
Haines City Percentage of the population A board of three Air Force minimum. I Am Hospital Madison Fd ........... ... 19}/
drinking frozen colonels Thursday recommended Sacane testified at the heat.' Am Mach & Frdy ....... 18'/ Magnavox .. ... ..... ..... NS House Votes
AUBURNDALE A guntotln orange dismissal of the 221-pound, Am Metal Prd ........ ... 18 riarguardt .. ....... ... 91;
HAINES CITY The City concentrate dropped by 25 ing saying he fasted severs
per Am Motor .............. 187/
his 45-
hombre had
"de ... 19'
veteran for being Martin Marietta ....... /
Commission set assessments .t cent while the percentage 11-year times sometimes as long II
$2.95 per front foot for the paving caliber pistol confiscated yesterday drinking the Imitation orange fective toward his duty to main five days. But he added disconsolately Am Res & Dev ............ 21';; McCrory ........ ......... 12'ricKesson /
...... 36flkm
standard of ... ............. 42Vrferk
from 10th he tain a prescribed fast tool
of Grace Avenue shortly after fireda gained by about 30 per cent. one four-day .
.. 29'ikm
Tobacco ... .......... Bill
... 1"V,1mn. /,
Street to 22nd: Street last night. wild shot "You lost less people In the fitness off only one and a half pounds I I
through a glass Tel & Tel ............ 141fl
........ 13S,1MM
be ......
said Hnwl
is based on a market for concentrate because The hearing was that Lt. Col
The assessment ( ) lie also charged
door and into the transmit : ................ .. 15%
AmpeX ...... .............. 68Vilontg /
of its Involving a
24-foot street. of short supply than you the first type Hugh B. McManus Jr.. a medical ': NS WASHINGTON (AP) The
Aria Pub Ser .......... .
ting offices of Radio Station officer. Ward ............. 37
also commissioned
The commission lost volume, Black said. officer "did practically House has the $169
; approved -
Armco Steel ............. 69
.............. 59%
tat Biscuit
to taxpayers in other sections WTWB. No one was wound for He denied mi billion! defense authorization bill
assess nothing me. ,
.............. 28'01 |.
Ltcha Top .1
tat Can .. ............... 15%
of Haines six feet City of the for the 3Ofootwide remaining ed. ... medication and did not" give me Refin ................ 53}/: tat Dairy ...,,,........., 68% Including funds (92 million in research
a diet as I requested. I 14 not asked by Secretary ofXfenne
street The total cost of Sheriffs Deputy Everett Auto Can ::::::::::: r..1 tat Fuel .. .............. 32 estimated be Guthrie reported the gun- McManus then on duty .tl LVCO .r.::::: 23 tat Gyp&en ....... ...... 46( % S. McNamara.
the project Is to slinger. who turned out to be ... Pease Air Force Base Portsmouth Beneficial ............... 66'A': tat Tea .. ........-..... 14% Approval of the largest de-

$24,738 with the city handlingthe a four-year-old boy offeredno rBANO.CAMPAIGN currently is assigned tc Seth Steel.............. 34% Jia-Muhawk ... .......... S21/ ense authorization In history

cost of drainage work. the resistance when. he was Guam. llaw-Knox .............. 26%] ))kla. Gas & Elec....... 28'/. ame: late Thursday on a 336-0
The original estimate for told he would have to turn in Sacane whose hometown I IsSunnyside : long-Warner ............ 4GV Outboard Marina ,...... 16%: roll call vote
work totaled $38,955 with the and his hardware. Pa;; called I "fictl 1 Brunswick ............... 10% 'ac Gas & Elec ...... .... 31'/'\ The 92 million is Intended for

foot street, plus each curbing Guthrie said the boy, who tlous I and false" the claim I i that lurlington ............... 45 'an Am Sulphur ........- 27 research on a manned bomber

drainage about to cost$4.64 front property.foot. was not identified apparently his attitude was "defective" or lurroughs ............... 22%j 'arks Davis ........ .... 34} and a manned interceptor plane
owner per got the gun from the glove the weight reducing matter. Cat Tractor ............. sm/4 'enney. J. C------------- 447/ The House Armed Services Com-
tried to
When the commission of "As near as I can figure" he Celanese ................. 62%
the assessment several! compartment his father'scar Pepsi Cola ............... 52'fizer '% nittee had recommended the
weeks set the property owners ; he added the pistol still said "the" entire thing was henetron: ............... 2T/i ... .. ............... 50 noney on the advice of Gen.

ago at the meeting and contained four rounds of ammunition F made up. :hes & Ohio ............. 71'X hlla Elec ............... 33'/ Curtis? LeMay Air Force chief of

protested appeared on the grounds that when he arrived.Reception ; The husky bombardier-navl- hrysler: .... ............. 40% Phillip Morris ............ 73%j staff, although it had not been
gator said he was currently under Gas & Elec .......... 25
.. ncluded In McNamara'
too high. hillips Pet .. .... .. 47% reoques.
the assessment was
the care of a Brookline ;Cities Ser ................ 66%( ...... .. 65 ...
said that the street 'hilphs
also -
They physician "and at own expense Coca Cola ...,.......... HS'/i
Set my Since it Is
should not be 30 feet, but the Piper Air .. .. ..... .. 46 an authorization
." ; Pal .............. 42%
original 24 feet in width. Thismoved olgate Pit Plate Glass .......... 57*, >111. It really Includes no money
........... 19'/i
Rad ..
To Honor Lt. Col. Jennings O. Larson, ollins
the commission to visit Today Proctor & Gamble .. ..... 82% at all. It simply sets the maxi-
squadron commander testified Columbia: Gas ........... 29
and arrive at the new Pub> Srv Elec & Gas ..... 77V4 mum limits for later appropria-
the street Credit ,,............ 39%
of best Com:
And WifeState that Sacane was one the
Kynes ........ ions
assessment plan which was 82" Pure Oil .. 43% by Congress.
.. bombardier-navigators in the Can: Edison ..............
I Man ........... 42 And even if Congress later
last night. aybistos
9 ; '' Can; Foods ............. 47VS
Attorney General and '" 1> squadron. ...... .... 42 million
The property owners on 22nd 0 47 Rep Steel .. % appropriates the $92 for
:onsumer Por .......... %
Street objected to the assessment Mrs. James W. Kynes Jr. will Final decision on the board"1 ont Can ... ............. 43 R.: J. Reynolds .......... 40 research. there is nothing In the

because they said the city be honored today with a recep- recommendation will be made Cont: Oil ,,............... 63Ctrl Reynolds Met ............ 35% law that can force McNamara
had paved the street before and tion at the Magnolia Building. .. by the secretary of the Air ; Data ................ 89 hod Sel Trust .......... 8R. to spend it if he doesn't want to.

thereby causing flooding conditions The reception is set to beginat : Force following review by Wash-Air Corn: Prds .. ............. 63 C Cola .. .. .. ........ 51% During the debate Rep. Carl

in the area. 5 o'clock and i. y!; i Force headquarters In Crown: Cork ............. 28 afeway Stores .......... 59% Vinson. D-Ga., chairman of the

Last night the commission delayed will end at 7 H0 ;:,' ington. :urtlsa-Wright ........... 37Den Scott Paper . ... .. ..... 37%, rmed Services Committee, told )

plans to pave 22nd: Street I o'clock ,< < & Rio R R......... 21De Seaboard Air R ..... ..... 45% he House that the committee i

in order to study the best way Kynes wasscheduled Solo Chem ........... 20% earn .. .. ..... ...... .....107:% had put in the extra $92 million

of relieving the flooding condi ( to Highland Civitan Dr_ Pepper .... ......... !M14resier launch .. .... ....... .... 13 on the advice of LeMay.

spend the day ) Inds ............ 26% mclair Oil ..,.........., 46% "I believe what General Le-
tions.Winter ; in Polk County, Club To Build )Pont ........ 258%' cony . .. .. .. .. ...... 721/j May says," Vinson said "and I

Haven the first time :Eastman Kodak... ...... 125V S. C. Elec & Ga ... ..... 117% link all of you believe him

he has been in ::1 Youth Center ;GamMa kgmo .......... 30'2a Southern .. ........... .. 54% too."

Man Is SoughtBy w" the Lakelandarea .' {: ;a Pac ..........,....... 591Gen '/ Sperry Rand ....... .... .. 18% Rep. Samuel S. Stratton D -

since his BARTOW-The Highland City ; Elec ................ 87'/j! Spiegel..... .............. 31'h'Std .V., offered an amendment to
Bay CountyWINTER 1 appointment to Civitan Club last night announced Gen; Foods ............... 89% Oil Cal .............. 62% strike out the $92 million but

KYNES the attorney } plans to form a com Gen; Inst ................. 13Gen Std Oil Ltd ............... 1141.Std \ inson and his supporters easily
HAVEN The Bay general post mittee to organize and build a ; Motors ........ 79% Oil N. J. ............. 81 defeated It.Another.
County Sheriffs Departmenthas last month. Prior to receivingthe community and recreation center -Gen; Tel & Elec.,... .... 32%? Sunray Oil ...... 31%

asked Winter Haven policeto appointment, Kynes was administrative : for Highland City youth Gen; Time ......... ....... 12Gen Tenn Gas & Trans..,.... 20%

be on the lookout for an ivory assistant to Gov. luring a meeting held at John's ; Tire ......... ....... 22/l Texaco ..... .. .. .....,... 74% Quake

and brown 1955 or 1956 Pontiac Farris Bryant. Restaurant here. Gillette ... ...... ......... 334 xas Gulf Sul .......... 24'/t;

driven by Dallas Gratham of The reception to honor the Appointed as chairman of the W. R. Grace .,....,...,. 50 Tidewater ............... 40% hakes; IslandANGRA

113 Ave. B, Winter Haven. Ocala lawyer is being sponsored NEARING THC TOP-Gordon Hold.r, Le".'.... High School' committee was George Crowley. Great A&P Tea .......... 35'/3 Tractor Sup ............. 22%:
the by interested Lakeland Committee members include .. 48' ............... NS
The message on police .....d. ...Id. thermometer et the 'Intenectlon .$ reyhound ............ % Union Bag
blotter stated that Gratham is residents. N 0 speeches are Drum ", Jack Skeen principal of Highland rumman .,.,......,.,... NS Union Oil ....... ..... .... 79% DE HEROISMO
traveling with a female with scheduled and Kynes' visit has II,. ...... Rood end lost Mel Street the shows the ....ou..t City Elementary School; ,IBM .. ... .... ............ 555't / Union Pac .. ...... ...... 39% srceirs, Azores (AP)-Anoth-

reddish brown hair and that been described as being of a rotted times for In, S drive to lend the high tcheol' bond to the land Frank Penn and Carol I Harvester ..... ...... 62% Union Tank .... .. .. .... 35% er mild tremor shook Sao Jorge

warrants for robbery are held non-political nature. Cherry Blower' Fared The omount ri merino the toe, o $7,000 I Goodson. IMC .. .. .. ... .... ... 7 Umted Fin .... ....... 27 Island in the Azores early today -

for both the man and woman by Kynes already has announcedas geol, aid If roocHed In time the entire B2 member Dreadnought I The next meeting of the dub Int Mini Chem .. .. ..... 68: United Fruit .. ...... 20% but Inflicted no further

the Bay County Sheriffs De a candidate for a full termas mooching. bond will mod. the trio t* Weihington .. reeroientFlorid will be announced at a later >t Paper ... .......,..,. 31Int 41 U.S. Inds ...,.......... 8'VaU.S. image on the earthquake-ra-

partment. attorney general. in the Cherry lioness. ,...... (Lodger. Photo by 'Perkins, date 1 Tel & Tel ............ 54' Rubber ............. liD}. aged island.'I. .

I Friday,LAKELAND Feb. 21, 1MI LEDGER., On. ria/Wand.
At The Churches This SundayFIRST

Religious Groups' Another Churc
FREE METHODIST Bible stories to children. Tom. Heeding Call To

Meeting Calendar Dr. D. D. Gibbons of Kalamazoo my talks and singe -

Mich, accompanied by Dr. Gibbons wee founder
'rODjlV and a former director of Gibbons F----- Farewell For Mobley
WTNI.AN, "Tommy, the Toon-O-Meter Sad
\\rtk: >> .m..1 rbtl.:..,lead rrY. will peak at Lakeland Free 26 Clinic of Kalamazoo for Means

.1n.T CNeIeTIAN years.
rTrhlCorn.nlon.: Cleourns fDIwIDIr.: .I Methodist Church Sunday at 7 II Mrs. Mobley said "I think
He is
now serving the When nearly
dlalt a' r p m. Ip r.llnw,41/ sass as LUCIA MYERS j
FAITH .eTYeDAY state chairman of the Temperance ;...\;' By of our groups were graded A In the fettivn
: :
TIONAL li Invention used Crusade of the
bll".withMnnntill taint'. :!.nM .:;I, '..=.. ':: used by Dr Gibbons an In tellingWASHINGTON'S g a n Prohibition committee MlchU :,\" ;_ ... The family of the Rev and Mrs. Law M. six-year-old John spoke up promptly ''.tdidn't |
"orrlooo', oo'.tNI. '\ hl "
", has to that poignant parting-time but A minus
Mobley come
and Is executive chairman of ,..... .. get
i the prohibition national com \,..,. known particularly to ministers' homes. An The Mobleys have served in Lakeland I II
.,. Irresistible call to another field of service
mlttee.UNITARIAN..tJNIVERSAUST. Records of the
and a half years. church
; beckons them away from the place which had
\ will be quoted at the farewell
BIRTHDAY the Mob- endeavors even
"Our .. become "home. For
Spiritual .
Nationality"will .
be the subject of Hubert ; .".J. .,). .,. \ leys the transition Is from but the Mobleys now must fix their eye

-;. South ld. Baptist Church In horizons.
Wright's sermon Sunday at 10 : f.\ : new
1. ; ,.. .. Lakeland to Sherwood Baptist f' 9
ant at Lake Region Unitarian ? Met At Church
; 1\ : '
SALENYLO .y < 'I -
.Universalist Fellowship.Mr. : L Church In Albany Ga.
Wright has held Unitarian .... One afternoon this week all P Since their msrrlage In 1945 the Mob),

pastorates and'taught at both members of the family were have lived In four states Raleigh N c

secondary and collegiate lev engaged In various ways of '
Ridge Springs and Columbia. S. C., Wash,,
eta, serving on the staff of saying farewell Mr. Mobley
and Douglas, Ga., and thence to LakeUn
Sheer ton (
Rutgers University at the time himself was fulfilling an engagement
of his retirement. to lead a revival They met In a church In Louisville Ky w!It

SOCKS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST DR. D. D. GIBBONS: : Pahokee. In the living room she was a college atudent Murray Ky In:

Mrs. Marlon Simmons educational no Tommy* of their home on Palmola MRS. MYERS he was in Southern Baptist Seminary In Lou,,

supervisor of Florida Street. Mrs. Mobley was assembling vllle Two years later after she had graduit,

White and conference of Seventh.Day Ad- cartons to hold books and her classical from college they were married.As .
WESLEY MEMORIAL tiphunal choir will be Sue
Slits 3Vi te C ventlst will speak at the 11 record collection. the children were born each was glue
Blount Ann Gay Peggy Herbert
"SI'I"17 a.m, service tomorrow at the a name from the Bible. Stephen for the fir
We'd hoped Ken Judy Hutchinson and Farewell Flahlng Trip
Seventh Day Adventist Church. Randolph representative Rhonda Christian martyr. Elisabeth for the mother'

49c te 75c. Pro She will discuss the close relationship of Goodwill Industries, Mrs. Frank Reed. Laver Two members of South ide Church drove John the Baptist. David for the ancient kin,
R between the will tell about the work of the will ac
home up to take the two youngest Mobleys David who was author of many of the Psalms. Jainfor
ALSO SOMI GOOD COTTON company on the harp Jon
two" and school in the work of handicapped at Wesley MemorIal *
0 IN POOR SELLING COLORS Mlddents on the guitar. and John on a farewell fishing trip. Stephen the disciple of Jesus.
well Methodist Church
training adjusted young Sundayat CHURCH OP CHRIST II, and Elisabeth, came in from their Mrs. Mobley'i name is Miriam. Although h
people In this modem age. 7:30: p.m. He also will present
SWIM WEAROld Marvin Salhaney will feature a film on "Salute to (Lake Wales) schools with their latest Ideas on how to was given to her "because my parents ilkII'<' '

music. Courage," story of handicapped LAKE WALES-Church of transport the pets a black cat a turtle and it." it does not seem a coincidence that I''

Enough To Swim Well FIRST METHODIST people trained and employed Christ will hold services Sun. a parakeet which persists In saying "Giveme was the name of the sister of Moses

The Rev. Caxton Doggett by the nation-wide non day at the newlycompletedand liberty." k '

Toddlers' and Girls' $176 pastor of First Methodist profit organization. enlarged building corner The Mobleys are due in Albany on March

Church has announced that WESTMINSTER of Wetmore Street and Till. 5, with the first sermon in their new churchon

Famous brands. Once upon a time and the annual tourist night will be PRESBYTERIAN man church Avenue.constructed The men of the the following Sunday. They will step into I I Reunion Roommates
the build-
they were $2.98 to $7.98. $476 observed Sunday at 7:30 Westminster Presbyterianyouth I ing with a seating capacity of the midst of a challenging situation old there which- Years ago Bess Sargent of Alabama rot
a church (only eight )
o'clock at the church. Attend young years
choirs, under the direction In
224 a year's time. Maybeth Sykes of South Carolina roomed.b
Also A FewBOYS7 ance by states and Canadian of Mrs. Thomas E. Blount Services are held at II a.m. already has approximately 1,200 gether at Scarritt College in Nashville, prept
"It has fine educational building but the
province. will be checked anda a
will present a program at the after the 10 a.m. Bible school for their Christian vocations. This
ing weft
SWIM TRUNKS 76cGIRLS' gift box of fruit donated by 11 sanctuary is still to be built. Mrs. Mobley
Pickard a.m service Sunday at the session A singing service will Mrs. Henry G. (Bess) Barnett and Mrs. J. R.
A. F.
will be sent to said.
church. Members of the an- be held at 3 p.m. reunion
at the
the state or province governor Walker are having a Barnett
Mobleys Are Musical home on Pennsylvania Ave. They have
or other official designated seot
SHORT and SHIRT SETS the largest groupSOUTHSIDE tJJluJ, 'gJwllJ (1M? The Motleys are a musical family so it Is each other many times In the intervening\

BAPTIST not surprising that one of the last big events years but never quite catch up on their rem
Some that didn't look '
good $' 76 Mrs. Chester McDonald. for them here was the Baptist hymn festival inlscing.

enough to you a year or so ago. mission study chairman of Skin With A TendencyTo in Bartow last week. Choirs from many After her college years Maybeth S>kes

As near as we can remember end Southside Baptist Church will churches In this section of the state took part. worked In a Japanese colony In Texas and II
direct the study on "Apogee" Mrs. Mobley and all four children sang In a school in Thomasville Ga. She married Dr

some of these were as much as $276 Monday at 10:30: a.m. In the groups from Southside Church. She Is an alto J. R. Walker a professor at Lambuth College;

$7.98. sanctuary She will be assisted Freckle InheritedBy in the choir, and is one of the six voices in a in Jackson TeM. Since his death she hu

by Mrs. C. E. Crosland ladles' ensemble. In the festival Elisabeth and made her home in a cottage at Lake Juno,

Mrs. F. S. Gachet and Mrs.J. JOSEPHINE LOWMANQ. have black hairs Stephen sang In the youth choir; David in the luska, N. C. except for a year or two

HATS and HAT and PURSE SETSA L. Selden. on my legs junior group. Even John appeared in the primary when she went back to her alma mater, Sun
and have
Mrs. Denver Farmer Mrs. "I hope you can help to them every
in the office.
choir. ritt, to serve registrar's
J. C. Permenter Mrs. R. A. me. I am a 16-year-old teenager few days. Could you help

few that didn't make the 7 1 Patrick Jr. and Mrs. McDonald and have dark lines under me and many other girls with
6 will present a skit. my eyes. I am pretty this problem?" Acree To Speak
Members are to bring a sack except for these dark places.On A. Shaving the legs Is usu. Eugene
Easter Parade last year. We used and lunch. Coffee will be furnish top of that I have freckles.I ally satisfactory and is less ,

ed by the social committee know they are inherited trouble. However waxing the I

to ask $1.98 to $3.98 for these. $176 Mrs. A. E. Runnels, chairman. but what can I do for them? legs (cosmetic wax available .
"Fruits of Faith In Home Missions "1 am Invited to many par at drugstores and cosmetic At Insurance Women Meet

," movie will be shown ties but turn them down be- counters) has some ad.
atfer the luncheon. cause of this problem. I wentto vantages in my opinion. It
FAITH LUTHERAN a couple of them not long pulls the hairs out rather than Insurance Women of Polk ment to elevate the bail bond deputy commissioner in the ,

Faith Lutheran Church will ago but was very uncomfortable chopping them off. Thereforeit County meeting at the Gold profession Florida bail bond Bradenton field office; Charles I

GinnsJunior observe All-States Day at the when I looked In the does not leave the stubble Cup Restaurant Monday at laws are now very strict and J. Maddox Jr., field representative 'I
10:30 mirror. Sometimes I have which shaving does. Since it 6:30: p.m., will hear Eugene every applicant for a license
service A.
: a m. Sunday at and Kenneth s
.used liquid make-up or pow pulls the hairs out the reappearance Acree chief investigator in is investigated before a license ,
Fashions the from church. Winter visitors der but after a short time I of the hairs takes the department of J. Edwin i! ued. The accept Bruce referee of the lord!
various states will be
was the same me" longer. However this method Larson state treasurer and ance of Florida's bail bond office of Mr. Larson: Mrs, -(
recognized. A congregational Freckles Aren't Inherited is more trouble. insurance commissioner, dis law by other states as a model Ruth Sartin and Miss Maxni
meeting will follow to consider Never shave legs dry. cuss the and indicates the being
A. Dark circles do seem to your responsibilities progress
231 S. Kentucky Ave. Facing Moos' Parking Lot recommendation by the be inherited. Freckles are not, Cover them with suds first.If duties of licensed bail bondsmen made in this field. Benson Sheriffs Olin department I. Hill
church council to provide more although the type skin which you would like to have the credentials needed to Mr. Acree will distribute Also Capt.
OPEN FRIDAY NIGITS'TIL 9PM. commander Troop C, floods
for the Sunday school
space freckles can be Inherited. names of some soaps whichare carry out functions and numerous copies of Florida Statutes State Patrol Chat '

-classes. ----- First and most important of especially recommendedby legal questions submitted Laws, Rules and Regulations Leo H.Highway Brooker Lakeland;
all, don't let these spoil your skin specialists for teenage by members of the pertaining to bail bonds and Police Mrs
City :
fun! Evidently you are pop- or older complexion audience. Mrs. Edith L. Walker various safety materials will Opal Harrison and Mr. and

PH I LCOvan ular since you are Invited to problems send a stamped chairman of the safety be distributed as provided by Mrs. Charles Gaffe', Bartow
lots of parties. People must self-addressed envelope with committee will introduce the the Florida Highway Patrol Mrs. Foster Winter
enjoy your company and not your request for them to Jose- speaker and other guests par- and Insurance companies. Evelyn
Haven Miss Iris past
mind the dark circles or the phine Lowman In care of The ticipating in the program.Mr. Other members of the safety ;

freckles. They probably are Ledger. Acres who has been in committee sponsoring the pro public state president relations director and present of the

not,nearly so unattractive as law enforcement for many gram are Miss Winifred Florida Association of Legal ,
you think.If years Is past president of the Christner and Mrs. Daisy B
muD11S you eat exercise properly Mrs. MorrowTo Florida Peace Officers' Asso- Grant. Walker Secretaries and Sherman

and get enough sleep, then ciation and former captain of A humorous skit. "A Day
the dark circles are probablyan the Polk County Highway Pa In the Life of a Bondsman,"
Inherited characteristic and Entertain trol. His public work as an will be presented by Miss

NEW will have to be minimizedwith officer and investigator qualifies Ruth Houghtalmg Mrs. Joanne
9 make-up. Perhaps you him as an authority on Roberts Mrs. Patricia r *

PHILCO"14"Never ... should also ask your family For Visitors regulations governing bail, Shuman Miss Lucille Thomas .
-."" -" doctor about these. bonds bondsmen and runners Mrs. Doris Gschwender, sY

There are products on the Mrs. Agnes Morrow 1122 S. as well as surety companies. Mrs. Darlene Hopkins and

market which will cover the Success Ave, will entertain tonight Investigation Mrs Walker. Mrs. Dorothy .
M dark areas and hide the Mr. Acree contends that a Clark will serve as quiz
e Needs freckles. If you or any of my at a cocktail party for bondsman generally speaking master following the "com

ae. readers would like to have her son-in-law and daughter. Is part of an honorable edy of errors"

the names of some of these Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schadler of group who serve a necessaryand President

l+awe Defrosting send a stamped self addressed Upper Montclair, N.J. useful purpose; however Miss Marion Lozier of
envelope with your there are among them a few Haines City president will
Mrs. the former
No Frost Top To Bottom request for them. Send your whose Interests are not wholly. preside at the business session a.a I Ik
request to Josephine LowmanIn Miss Barbara Morrow and concerned with the best Interest and hear committee re
100-lb freezer. Twin crispers. 2 sliding care of The Ledger. daughters Susan and Holly ar of the released prisoner ports.

shelves. Dairy-bar door stores butter Wax or Blade? rived In Lakeland for a visit or of the state, and In- Guests Invited to the meet-

t/ .gol. milk container, 3 doz eggs, 15 Q. "I am a girl 14 years with Mrs. Schadler's mother on vestigative work becomes Ing include George L. Parker.
other features. old and I have a problem. I St. Valentine's Day. necessary to protect the law Investigator in Mr. Larson's

ran across an article the other Mr. Schadler is driving down and those who function within Miami office; Mack G. Britt

Only $3.50 Per Week W.211V day In a magazine which and will arrive this afternoon.The the law.Because a former captain of the Florida a..

PHILCO said you should wax your legs family will return to Upper it Is the purposeof Highway Patrol and for
Instead of shaving them. I Montclalr on Sunday. Mr. Larson and his depart- mer chief Investigator now
12lb. AUTOMATIC ___ : __ __._


/1 gel youI f3ife I LAKELAND Thompson. tie for third. UNITYCHRIST CHURCH
Masterpolnt winners of Lake EastWestMr.
: and "
coon .f' so. "Da tr w.*
eedw.rj / land Duplicate Bridge Club John Griesheimer first Mr. OniU A Ktonr, M'nl.W'
!! ;
JJg YlIDDIn'l games have been announcedas : and Mrs. Harry Jackson Mr. Sunday Devotional; I HAM
r follows: and Mrs Subct| I
: Harry Brackney tie DEMONSTRATING I THE LAW
NOW North South: Mrs. Mary for second; Mr and Mrs. Phil Timor MiuM Clu/

I 6 Morris and Mrs. Ella Wood Davies fourth 421 l E. Pork at Succeu

Yea can charge your pur* SHORTHAND in WEEKSf first; Mr. and Mrs. William LAKE WALES Sunday School Meets

Dancy second; Mrs. C. W, LAKE WALES Duplicate ot 214 S. Iowa
) M..... .mWA chases it VICK'S on our new
\ = Thompson and Mrs. Theo Bridge Club winners were: -

AIL CREDIT CARD PLAN :0, : .{.nd 1111. Want third; Dr. Lester Le- North-South Mr. and Mrs.

TWIN SPEAKER ( AIMy AullWfll h.d.rslM to AIlMCANDID : Valley and Dave Hauseman Jack Schram. first; Mr and First E.U.B.

MODERN aver 90 different approvtdcradit N. $"'"f' $,....." N. MocMnti, Viti AlC'l r" ;' n fourth. Mrs. John Greishelmer second .
$ 95 .cordi CAMISASHOW East West: Miss Mildred ; Mr. and Mrs George Church
accepted from
23" CONSOLE 239 oil componln, air H..., o.nki. oTYPING AVAILABLE Fritz and Bill Graham, first; Morse, third.EastWest. 1120 CI.v.UJ Ms**. II''.
0. O. Feaster Jr. and William Mrs. C. T. Gib-
dipaifmonf item tt.. avail* "SSSf'*'y" h', M easy to l learn SPEED Neal second; Mr. and Mrs.J. erson snd Mrs. Lila Smith, auMo. .O.n..l Wn'5M.rm .
.bl. Ihroagh fflllatlo with -MBi* WRITING .. and .... rum .wnN
our Shorthand. i D. Nichols third; Mrs. Na first; Mrs. Ben Feinberg and a.
VISIT OUR CREDIT CARD ACCEP.DOITYOURSELF step out of a dull,routine Job without a future 1M than Estroff and K. A. Chamberlain Mrs. Lois Kirkpatrlck second .....1... erwMMd
TANCI CORP. Into that Mghtr paying poiltlon you'va fourth. ; Mr. and Mrs. -_ .....1_ w.... 'II .....
CORNER elwayi wanttd. In only 6 w..ka l you con ba : Johnson third. Edgar
on the |lob 'In your choke of glamour positions BARTOW

I Check your own radio and TV tubes choose from dozens of parts and -TV Fashion, lie.-with SPEEDWRITING. .... diM.yr... Winners of Bartow Duplicate
the AIC Shorthand vn If pr..loully in- lT.ti'B7't,7il'i'i'' Bridge Club are: YOU AM
accessories for your own electronic projects. Com In and brows around I luccauful with symbol tytUmt. Used ...'Y. ,i.ri<"l |I...,||w. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brack- CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

and SAVE MONEY, TOOlVICK'S whtr*. 700,000 gradual hew proved It.k.VK.?VVlowtfT| ney first; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Christian Science Services
You .
call, too I INO. .. w*, km Davies second; Mrs. Ranette
nan .AM oAldMLN
I" .... Akes and Mrs. George Gar- FIRST CHURCH Of SCIENTIST
Pr** .....h-w, o fnt '.....'.r RIDGE 220 West Beacon Road

RADIO-TV SERVICE INC. rrNlmpt.yMMtl/Ylre' Ph., MU 6.9856 S..4.y Service!
North South winners of n A.M. ".d., Maft ? A.M.
Avallikl*In lp.4wriHn| IchMlt. In 443 Cllltl
Ridge Bridge Club are: Mr. WW..n...y T. ,,,,.. .| M..H.s I P.M.
1441 Gory Road (New Auburndale Hwy.) and Mrs. William Dancy
first; Bruce Barnes and Mrs. fer $.."., Sc"I.| .

Phone MU 6.5917 401 W. Peochtree St. on Lake Wire Theo Waits second; Stanley "....'... *o"n....111 S. nUt A...

Lakeland, Florida Sapp and Bill Tyson O. O. 0,. ..
Pu.lic 10 A.M. .. 4 P.M. M.. "' ,. Set.B .
Feaster and Mrs C. W

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Shorts Slims Shirts Shifts 'Come Back Organ Concerts LAKELAND- LEDGER.. Frldav., Feb 21.' 1MU f '

Little Sheba' Scheduled At Slave Auction Is Tonight At Kathleen Nigh I

-7 Summarize Next LLT Play All Saints'Robert Kathleen High School students mow lawns, wash dogs and do books, sharpen pencils, serve
Summer Style Story teachers and parents similar chorei lunch and shine shoe, it was
"Come Back Little Sheba" who wish a slave to do their Student who buy slaves announced by the Slav sale
art V will be Lakeland Little Thea- O Parrett, organistand may require them to carry committee
By OLIVE bidding can buy the services
STOUT SYKES ten March production, the choirmaster at All Saints'
rtl vd Ledger Women's Editor board of directors has .announced Episcopal Church, will appearin of a member of the school I
e Fashion designers have a. = Future Teachers of America
made short shrift of spring The production originally a series of organ concerts Club foe two days

i and summer styles except planned for March, "The on Sundays during the Lenten Slave will be auctioned at IBMIey
nd'U they spell It shift There are Four,Poster," will not be released and Easter season, beginning the FTA'i slave sale and
many of the beltless modes 1aMl If 'M for professional at 4 o'clock dance tonight from I untilII
eve 0I m the upcoming fashion pic groups as early as was expected Timed for less than anhour' 30( o'clock at the school

Yen short ture,.and they are short very "I : J necessitating the duration, the concertsare cafeteria Punch Course
Accent for the shorter I change In plays, It was explained Highest bidders will own
shifts lion beach and resort r ,, :. open to the public without the slave for two days Slaves
wear, but there are for The E M. Skinner will wash babysit.
many "Come Back I it tie Shcba" charge. new !lndo.wl.
obi wear anywhere. was written by William Inge, Instrument, recently dedicated 8 Weeks
r. At the
Maas Brothers' showing author of the dra The
;na, at All Saints', will be
C of apparel made entirely Dark at the Top of The '\UIIIICI sown
hI of cotton, Maid of Cotton, Miss Stairs," which was popular played by Mr, Parrett HERNnbNAGENCY. Day & Night Classes
Katy Sue Meredith of Anda with Little Theater audiences. This Sunday's concert will
ebee K lusia, Ala. was the star attraction f Tryouts for the show, which feature works ranging from .

ees The requires a cast of eight men pre-lalllc through the contemporary 109 S. TlNNISSEI AYE LAKELAND BUSINESS INSTITUTE, INC.
. n return engagement of and three women will be held PH 681.4141
Lou the shift from last summers l1'I Monday and Tuesday night depicting the tonal 401 W Peochtree St on Lake Wire
hit run was evident There I i atV4I possibilities of the Instrumental a..r+-.11....
can k th j at 7:30: o'clock nightly at the y'I Ames ht Lakeland' Florida
was emphasis, too,perennial I Green Room, Civic Center well as the skill of the performer e.."..'re.,., c.. ,
shirtwaist style, a >-'> Theater .
B favorite which can be worn
. with great ease to work or to \MS .
enkin,v play,' and accessorized with la Y rl 1 r TONITE :;:::10 TO SI P.M.
l while shorty gloves and hat \M I

J do can atmosphere go Into a more formal l 1{ SATURDAY 9:3() A.M. TO :;:::10 P.M.

gh0k t Name Brand Clothes I wa
M e Katy Sue walked the runway 1, k ,,
.1 i, with an animated groupof t
Maas' models She wore

outfits especially designed and WASHINGTON'SLE
made for her by some of the ,,.,
better known coutouriers In
i New York City, such ss Adele
Simpson, Harvey Berin Pauline -
Trlgere, Jane Derby
and t
I la A goodly crowd was gathered BIRTHDAY
In the second floor dress
salon for the showings, commentated

calR Hish by Maas' Carlotta '

tee Katy Sue was first on the -
en runway in a black and red M SILVER DOLLAR !
fry formal by Townley, followed Y' il+
by models showing short

shifts In white duck, terrycloth MAID OF COTTON in cotton Is Miss Katy Sue Meredith -
an pique and madras 1964 selection of the judges. Miss Meredith serves as

I its!h, next Waders and placed and slims emphasis came on dustry fashion She and is goodwill wearing ambassador a multiprint for formal the American made for cotton her In by TIe Sale That -'IS "}'0., Cash In Ecc.y ,JCJJlu.tuellt>

the casual for beach, yard or Gustaf Tassel, New York
gola U i home. designer For Ecc.y $10 Total u.clusc You Get 1 SUcc 'JJI"II.III .
Perennially Popular
I The ever.popular shirtwaist with long sleeves and sleeveless alertness, beauty and background

not styles by Villager, Abby Kent coat by Gustaf Tassel, To be eligible the IIE'S II01'ir
e and Miss Junlorlte were received designed for Katy Sue and in finalists had to have been

with enthusiasm by which she is pictured alongside born in a cotton producing Save all your sales-slips; cash sales, charge sales, layaway sales present them at our SILVER DOLLAR
the audience In checks,
prints and solids, they were this article state and be between 19 and DESK on first floor. For every $10 worth, you get a SHINY SILVER DOLLAR You may total sales slips from
fresh and feminine. Show's End 25, unmarried and at least 5
Nubby and smooth cotton An Adele Simpson brown feet 5'/i Inches tall all departments on regular or sole merchandise.

knits were shown In beige, and white print formal modeled The Maid of Cotton annually
1''n' flared before ftuleg 'n."d, depostlg Intpne'utlee.IF .
pink, turquoise and white by the Maid of Cotton Is chosen to serve as fashion
f Knits are becoming more and closed the show and goodwill ambassador for
more popular with each new Katy Sue, a senior student the American cotton Indus
season and forming an almost at Alabama College in Mon. YOU BUY S2f) YOU GET 2 S'L1'ER 'JfJl.Jl.JIrS
r Indispensable part of tevallo Ala., was chosen from Sue admits to a
I f a go-anywhere wardrobe 20 finalists in the 26th annual height of S feet, S inches; a
Probably the most popularly .. selection In Memphis by a weight of 130 pounds, brown
received applause,wise was panel of seven judges Judg hair; hazel eyes; and 21 years
the multl.print long formal Ing was based on personality. of living. LADIES' SWEATERS

I I News From Davenport I COATS 76c SKIRTS Reg 12.98 1 1.99 TABLE

.' Were to 59.98 TABLE
DAVENPORT Lindy R. Church, Lakeland recently ters, went to Foster's Shoe
Gill, seaman, USN son of Mr. visited Gray Inn. They served Store in Haines City where BLOUSES, SKIRTS,
and Mrs B. D. Gill, has returned refreshments to the residents t:029 JEWELRY, GIFTS, 99 SLIPS SWEATERS
Mrs Cameron had the
from the Mediterraneanarea Davenport Home Demon. GADGETS HOSIERY. SWIM '
aboard the amphibious titration Club met at the homeof choose shoes suitable for

company ship USS Taconic Mrs E, T, Parish Crafts school, play and dress 2nd Floor hi Floor 1'1 Floor tat Floor
completing a tour of duty with were making pig recipe holders .
the Sixth Fleet The Norfolk and pig desk sets It was
based ship visited many Mediterranean decided to do chip carving on Lakeland/ ,
of call and jewel boxes at the next meet
helped further the President ing.. Time and place for the Polk County
People program In that area March meeting wlil be announced
Marine Pfc Peter A. Rust .
son of Mr. and Mrs Gordon State Fair Date Book
M. Rust and husband of the The Happy Go Getters 4.H Maternity
former Harriet Rewls. completed members attended Tampa TOO T 2 99 DRESSES
the Ground Controlled state fair They went by cars LO'UL said.. 0" moot. I .. Shorts Shirts
Lake Alfred II M_ ,. Kill LMTUDr a Y 1.. .
to where
Electronics Mainte they .
Approach I.>rl.I
nance C Course at the Naval boarded the special HI Club Were to 25.00 '/2 PRICE Skirts

Air Technical Training Center train to Tampa. Mrs Walter tA5UYAae Sal' OUILD. prlml".nd TABLE
., ..
7. A Masters, leader, chaperonedthe ,Junior.,, I. n.arl.. .IreWior
Glynco, Ga, Feb. il eil "' a30 m. "n.t' 5.99 OR LESS
graduate of Haines City High group Following a short .".:-t':: : :: ,.f AA.I and" Tan d W,1n.n I; SWEATERS, SKIRTS,
Rust entered meeting of the club, Mrs .1... I'rom'VuJ anon MiiVcoi"nrlln 1 1.99
School Private
Mrniri. In.Uuclor. all ., UdTHIOtOPHICOL BLOUSES GOWNS 5.00
the service In May, 1962 Josephine Cameron gave a "uk Alr.orl. 7,99 9,99
talk shoe The SOCIETY. T JO P.J.'s GIRDLES
on buying. .
aa..i 44.17 WfMrn TnnN
II' I. I 7.00 9.00
Including Mrs Mas- "' rd llrnd m..Un..a
first social event of the group
:.. ui'0 1..dIU llbnrr. _.__ __h_ ht Floor 2nd Floor 3rd Floor
month for residents of Gray "I
Inn was a luncheon in the
Radford Is Bride
parish house of the Church of

Wales.the Good It was Shepherd given in by Lake the Of The Rev. Mr. CappsLAKE IF YOU IUJY S6fJ YOU GET 6 SILVER IJfJI.J1JArS

Episcopal Churchwomen of
that church. In spite of rainy
WALES In a cere quets were of while c.rn.tionswllh
weather 12 ladies and two
men attended the luncheon mony performed by her father red hearts on white ribbons 2 PC. SETS LADIES'

following the luncheon, entertainment Miss Nancy Patricia Rad and _
Elaine Martin, flower girl, 1.17
was presented by a ford, became the bride of the
wore a dress of white
ventriloquist Rev, Robert VanBuren Cappa peau JUMPERSWere DRESS SHOES
satin with a red sash Her
Mrs Arthur F. Kain Mrs Feb. 14 at First i Baptist
headpiece was like that of the
J. A Powell and Mrs Harry Church other attendants. to 2998 TABLEBRAS
Woodward all members of The bride Is the daughter of FINAL CLEANUP VALUES TO $16
Mr. Capps attended his
the ECW of St Davids the Rev and Mrs H. Morgan son 4.99 JEWELRY
Radford. The bridegroom's. as best man. Ushers were Hi, Mid, Lo ond Stocked Heels in All $ ,
Wayne Pringle of laBelle, Colors Materials and Sizes. Won 5 BLOUSES, ODDS
parents are Mr and Mrs H Styles
Walt of
PresbyterianChurch Thompson Atlanta, 7.99 12.99
B. Capps and Gene Pitman, and Maurice derful buys to supplement your shoe ward- AND ENDS

To HaveA The bride wore a formal White. Robert Conner wasrmgbearer. hi Floor robe to wear now thru Spring. hi Floor
wedding gown of white bouquet .
KindergartenLAKE taffeta The fitted bodice, fashioned Immediately following the
with scoop neckline,
ceremony, a reception was
WALES A week. was ornamented with appli held in the social hall of the IF YOU BUY $100 YOU GET JO SILVER
,day kindergarten for five- ques of Alencon lace Lace ap church. DOLLARS
year-old children, to begin pliques also trimmed the frontof Reception
with and run concurrentlywith the bell.shaped skirt in Mrs. Marvin Allen and Mrs
the 1964-65 public school apron fashion. The skirt was Edwin Albntton presided at
year, is being established by draped to a fullness in back the brides table. Mrs Beth GIRLS' LADIESr
the A R. Presbyterian that extended Into a chapel Pitman kept the bride's book, '
Church. train. Her veil of silk Illusionfell and Mrs Paul Manfull), the COS COBSHIRTWAISTS BUDGET 99c 1 1.99
Parents with children bornin from a crown of lace bridegroom grandmother Introduced
would be Interested trimmed with seed and
1959, who pearls the guests to the receiving DRESSES
in enrolling them, may sequins. She carried a cascade line. Others misting TABLEGIRLS' TABLEGIRLS'
call the church office and a bouquet of white butterflyroses were Mrs A E. Jordan, Mrs Sizes 7-14
registration blank and information and stephanotis centered Victor Gravel Mrs W. D Were to
will be mailed. While with a white orchid and Crews Sr, Mrs Wayne Prin- Reg. 6.983q99 9.99 Ea. 3 .99 P.J's, SHORTS, DIAPER SETS,
present plans call for an enrollment showered with white satin gle and Mrs Maurice White. BLOUSES, GOWNS, BLOUSES, SWEATERS,
limited to 15 children, streamers The will make their INFANT CRAWLERS
:with members of the A. R Bride's Attendants home at 223 Forrest Ave., Enterprise 2 for $7 2 for $7 SHORT SETS, Etc

[Presbyterian Church having Miss Martha Alice McCormick Ala. where the bride. :3rd Floor 3rd Floor trrJ Floor 3rd Floor
:priority, applications will be the bride college room. groom is pastor of the First
:accepted from parents of any mite for three years, was Baptist Church.
.denomination maid of honor. Bridesmaids
; The committee In charge of were Mrs Ed Etheredge of YOU GET SILVER DOLLARS ON ALL
,'the kindergarten Is now ready New Haven, Conn., Mrs Earl JWC Story Hour !

{to receive applications from Stewart of Orlando and Miss I 10 A,M. TomorrowThe
;qualified persons interested in Debbie Radford, bride sis II CLVrC"ASES,

second in series of
Appli-cations ter.Their
: floor length dresses story hours for children con- c.--m.pilte, NEW SPRING STYLES
{writing setting forth qualifications were of scarlet peau satin, ducted by the Junior Woman &$
sex mailed to theo and had scoop necklines. The 's Club will be tomorrow
3 floors/ of fashion
,church office, attention: kindergarten bell'shaped skirts had bustle from 10 until II a.In. at the .i 1>>iJeE:
backs trimmed with self roses Lakeland Public Library
Judge R T Nelson Jr. Is Their headpieces were matchIng Selected fairy tales will he I 211 E. Main lakelandt
chairman of the kindergarten bows with small circular read by Mrs Nicholas Diehm
commitue.: veils, and their cascade bou- and Mrs Douglas L. Hall. I

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LBJ To MakeAppearance TalkPatients'
Says I
At Of MarriageBy

I LanguageBy I ;.I! WASHINGTON'S!
OpeningTALLAHASSEE Movie-Televialon Writer I
George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. HOLLYWOOD (AP) "The k '' TOMORROW BALL ..1.

(AP) President secret of our marriage,"
Johnson's appearance al I CASE R-48: Robert Nevln For his audience doesn't wantto cracked Bb Hope, "Is that I'm aadr e1T TOWN i,+l"'
aged about 30, ii the shrewd act Ignorant, so It may lookas out of town so much. I write HALL
groundbreaking ceremonies for dental if It is A IlMM 1M,,. ,.
editor of a very popular I understanding the such wonderful postcards I
the cross state barge canal Feb. Journal. doctor.
It was a Hope-like reaction
27 has been assured, Gov Farris "Dr. Crane." he suggested, But It may not grasp a to questions about the 301 h wedding .I e
Bryant says "I wish you'd thing he Is ,.yinal) And he anniversary that he and yOU ARE TOO YOU ARC WEAK AND OU ARC wFAK-AND MUST MOST DIE"DID

He said the White House late devote you | Is fooled I Dolores celebrate this week.I PHANTOM-VOU WEAK TO /MOVE ARC, EVIL FOR AMP THE GOOD MUST PIE-OPau. 9 c -THE SO OLD WAT RULER THE NEW RULER

Wednesday confirmed that the next monthly I "Yes, Dr. Crane," you may But he waxed more serious ai yt} POWERLESS' r RULE-IT 13 THC
President would attend ceremonies article In our .,; protest, "but won't a lot of he contemplated the years / CLAW( OP THE JUNGIE-
near Palatka marking the magazine to.| people think you aren't a "They have been 30 marvelous I u I r.A

start of construction, on the $157 the topic competent doctor if you don't exciting( years," he said.
million waterway. 'Speak the pa.tlent' use some fancy technical "'When I think of the thlngi t; re
__ lan v 3kguage terms?" MOP'
+ bat have happened to me In
.' Yes, that is true, for we those 30 years It floors me. I i p .
DRIVE-IN THEATRESOPEN "for we find I still have many college alumni I have no regrets. I've loved l
SilJ-SHOW 7,00 that a great who are Intellectual four- every minute"
Tonight's' The Night many doctors, I flushers. !
T. GB Out T* A Mav..! as well as oth- Courtship Recalled 1 1 K
i DR, CRANE They want a speaker to ob-
TONIGHT 1 SATURDAY er professional, fuscate the Issue with poly Bob was at work this week
men, talk over the heads of syllabic circumlocutions, even making a story comedy with
A their patients and clients" Eva Marie Saint for his television
when they themselves don't ...........
understand them. series He does not often

first Drive/" le Jh wlngl THE ART of persuasion Is Mitch Miller recently men- reminisce, but this time he
seemed to enjoy looking backon WILL hthtJ
Shawn At T 00, based on complete under tioned this same tendency of WANT'r
All A F-r.el standing between seller and many snooty Americans who his courtship and marHue. DINNER SERVED

asp.., Shewing' buyer or doctor and patientor think no music can be good IN MboR ROOM ?
'I in 'Roberta he
was recalled -
teacher and pupil. unless It is intricate and complicated
PAUL NEWMAN Alas our colleges tutor their "and George Murphy
said he wanted me to come
students in a technical voca '
Some of my psychology colleagues ;' 'DARNH
over to the Vogue Club and hear
that Is to the
bulary strange
t average citizen. even criticize this col- a i singer named Dolores ReadeSo .

...' As a result many brilliantmen lumn because: I went there with him and
L' still can't sway the pub, "Dr. Crane uses two syllable saw this girl, who was a fine
wr; ; lic for they don't speak the words and makes psychologytoo singer and good-looking, too."
layman's language simple I Bob was much Impressed

Clergymen, too, indulge In Actually you can NEVER with her and he enlisted her
long Jawbreaker theological make anything too simple! In his act after he left "Ro- .

terms and don't even know For the simpler you can reduce berta."
they are far over the headsof abstractions, the better "What got me In the marrying -
even the educated laymen teacher you are. mood was when she left me

Is It any wonder that so But for the benefit of those to go to Florida," he said "Un Gr

/ many pews are empty and fourflushers, it Is well to become til then I was a confirmed ;,, A LOOK AT 11 11 A '
of the filled seats con bachelor. I had a Pierce Arrow jyi '7 fin n
many two YER TICKET 0 ,
bllinguists. Employ ,
toLolFpRI$ tain snoozing parishioners? I with| chauffeur, an apartment t'1.i\ I 1..
languages; SPORT ? ,
Doctors too forget that on Central Park West / ,, (5. r f, a
tSOwN aT t nNty even college graduates don't Instead of a dentist's talkIng with a butler, and I was really =
know many anatomical termsor about the "buccal aspect living.
KIRK DOUGLAS medical words. of the third molar," he can

WWCWQUINN So a doctor usually think.the please everybody if he explains He Missed Her

.HALWALLIS' Is putting his Ideas across. his technical term with "But when Dolores went to -
LAsYTRAIN the little connective "or" Florida, I really missed her = 'iIVE
OROvs Casio "The buccsl or cheek side :
I was on the phone to her ..11the
fMOM GUN HILL "O.'NG CINT.R of the molar" thus throws a time. When she returned I ,
;-'.. m, DOORS OPEN I II sop to the fourflushers and yet proposed to her In the Pierce ,I

"* I 11145: DAILY talks the language of the Arrow, parked In front of the
s:, 4 ,., Texas NOW average citizen.Advertisers Delmonico Hotel where she

Sh.winaI I and newspaper wed-I used to give the chauffeur -
I Shwa At editors salesmen and win sleeping pills" 1r1aTPtraa'8r4' 1"w r "

a1 I t :00-):0. ning politicians have long Dolores said yes, and they Metropolitan Opera Will
5:16-7)0: realized this vital need to talk were married on a quick weekend (
IM+ 9:40riini, the language of the customer In Erie, Pa. They kept the zAii

TONIT SATURDAY I So send for my booklet marriage secret for three Increase Ticket Prices
"The New Psychology of Advertising months
rti The
3-Blg Coler Hlts-3
and Selling
Dolores continued singing until -
[ ; d:1: (Always write to Dr. Bob went to Hollywood to >Jfrta: dark Eimee : steep scale of ticket prices doe
AT TOO ONLYdlHftV eOMNIt Crane In care of this newspaper start his movie career. Then NEW YORK The Metropolitan the Metropolitan have such financial j/

IK TIVIN* nmmr1dl enclosing long stamped she retired to keep the home Opera, perpetually In finanlal difficulties? Starsr
"ROCK-A-BYE BABY"LSO addressed envelope and fires burning for Bob and to straits, has announced ar, Will the new opera house In
; 20c to cover typing and print. ''rear their four children, all increase In the price of all of Lincoln Center improve the
1\\ AT .... ONLY [ ,gL ing costs when you send for ''adopted.I its tickets for the coming season Metropolitan's financial situation y :-

tint Ant Skewing one of his booklets.) I Doesn't she get weary of his The price of the best box and allow more tickets to ImpelBy
OJ'JUM I absences? eats In the house will now be be available to the public?
Miss ::1 ''JH: AT THE THEATERS : "You bet your life she does," $13, an historic high. These seats Total expenses of the Metropolitan '

I OiIRlISH&: RR RRAND IEI he said "But I'm home a lot are priced at $11 this season for a season are now Carroll
I -- tzmrJr.rn T oa, and Tomorrow' .Homicidalmiaiujarkai more now. I've slowed down a The increase will range from $8,020,000 There is no govern. Righter
, Yldan"' and Dlarr/ ol a great deal-I've had to. 25 cents for standing room In' ment subsidy for opera In the
..ov. TN'AT'. U.S. in and thereis
as Europe
the roost of the houseto
: Today md lUmorraw ...ra Da:,. "I think the real secret of topmost
AT t*.40 ONLY In MAUi.LANO together Is that we $2.50 for certain box seats little immediate prospect for ;
our success
\ \ Today. and Jomorrow Thf Prlia and have mutual Interests We both Seats in the first 19 rows ol one.Box
"The Main Attraction"I ;1 : I : LAM, Tram' Mom riiin Hill' will be $12: office popularity and high
I POLIO TNCATI5Todkr like the business We like to the orchestra now Friday, Feb. 21, 1964
and Tomorrow 'Tha Victor* instead of $11. Seats In the grand,prices enable the Metropolitan to
ROKV' THIATIN. (Naaral, play golf, and we take golfing of $10Seats earn 74 per cent of its total GENERAL TENDENCIES: search for hobbies
y Tod. Inr V1PTomorrow We tier will 1 be $12 'Instead :1 recreations
; a.. Mnn t.Trrnaa r" and 'Thunder Twnana ZomblaToday Trrn.. ." vacations together. enjoy In the rear of the orchestra : costs sis compared with an average Now you have a beautiful day that soothe
FILMLANDTONITI I 'ILV'and MOON OUV'.IN.Hork A.By each other's company. will be $11 instead of$9.50. of 28 per cent in Europe's and evening to consider Just! VIGRO (Aug 22 to Sept. 22)
' .mr TomerrlOs: ......" and leading opera houses. The Mel what you want out of life- You have only to go directly
SATURDAY Tht Utln' AltrutlorTOTH ;.o.Cop I'I'At'IDALSAuburo'T11 Play Donations Asked earns another ( per cent through then use your best sales pitch to those at the helm In what-

... and .TO.4 IIhow. I nkunl.dPI Also Metropolitan Opera Association radio, recordings and other to let those who are able to ever worldly activities you C"IIHIr.3/ A"8U"/IDAI. II: Dol. ",.,110.' 'ho'Dum" Slates Matinee has been soliciting season -.sources. The remaining $1,390000 ,- help In on what those personal may be interested In now. Be
MIT SHOWN AT >.M ONLY Ink tsar Kid Oolohod" and ""0- subscribers who do not makean must be raised through aims and ambitions happen to public-spirlted and Increase
NIT' "0. I Shawn. at T oe Only' AVON PARK "110".' "Wo"drrllliI backward
to contributions be. If
"HOMICIDAL" I World' ol Broiim-i orlmm' and PerformanceLAKE additional contribution you are now, good will. Success is assured.
a. COKOITT 'Thunder Ro.d" Old donate $1.000 and become patrons -' you can lose a very valuable LIBRA (Sept 23 to Oct. 22)
NEXT ATTRACTION HARTOWOulor'H .,: "Curaaal lake I chance to make big headway. You
NIT NO S Shawn al .M Only Ilia 'IJ, ;rnikt. CiirM of ono WALES The of the opera. are filled with inspiration
CO.IaSN PL11RfS DrkN.NtNCRAFRDJ Undracl and Curia at Un FaiaLA'KK Vales( Amphitheater will present Tickets to the MetropolitanOpera Army Creates ARIES (March 21 to April at this time and partners
"TOM wVlcs Slat' : Sunday In the Black Hills Passion Play in House are consistently 19)) You are able to take real listen with respect. Make constructive
PLANT Nrw Yotk Cl rV-Capllol' "Sunday In a special matinee performance the hardest tickets to obtain in Special Medical strides toward cherished ambitions plans immediately! ,
JONES"FREE PLANT N.. Yoik CITYKiarlll, podI I l ):. ...K.AdvenniTb. on Wednesday at 4 p.m. the city. today by positive act- carry through with work. Be
Chopper. .. and "Tha Wild Wmtarn- PubIL and parochial school Before seats are even placedon Emergency Team Ing, thinking Associates are happy in new Interests
"' and school sale to the public 79 Tier" In all business SCORPIO (Oct. 23 W Nov.
I J .4 I BIBRINOFlorida. : Thf trio" students, through high very cooperative
.... "
8FBR1NO'nn WAt1CHV4Alath.and rnrt, 110.10". "Bummtr to James Baldauf presIdent by season seat holders Thereare Army is creating special medi buy, 1111.TAURUS. schedules, in order so that associates
"I IT "_0. I ......" al le:M Only' Kiddie Show .Holiday. 'and"Coma ono DoctorWINIFR Bpptvmbar," andlanmir of the Amphitheater Corp. at least 4,000 people on the cal teams for emergency servo (April 20 to May can have definite fig
"DIARY IN COLOR OF-A TomorrowMorningl HAVtN RIU:Jon..1'Tha Miaadvrniurn -Those attending In groups will waiting list who wish to buy tickets ice In the event of a nuclear 20) You are filled with Inspired urea and data proving that allIs
DiwryI land af all.Urrlln r Dark and te admitted at the special price to a subscription series. accident or Incident within the ideas on how to Increase OK. Look into Insurance
MAD' MAN"V''C''T Pa/CI WIN Mu.oull''run HAVICN. Havm SIN i : "Th thaMainlllrrnl 01 7* cents.Students Rudolph Bmg general manager United States. : income and should follow matters Show devotion to kin
"A.M"IM"arM Wlna' of the Metropolitan, does In PM.
wishing to attend There will be four such "ra
them Impress
and Ro..I"lv up on quickly.
--- ----- -' want to cut Into the already
--- -- this last of the season's two not dlologlcal emergency medical business with SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to
scheduled matinees can obtain small block of tickets availableto teams," it was disclosed Thurs fine commonsense persons Dec. 21) Not a good day to
your wayof
{ TODAY Information at their schools. the general public. day doing things handle important affairs In

law I Snow accumulation i -on the Little Left I Each will be headed by an GEMINI (May 21 to June the business world. It behooves -

eights around Mt. Olympus But by the time the seal are'Army Medical Corps officer and 21)) You must take definite you to sit down with
yE if will include three other special steps if want to see your associates and clear up misunderstandings
rVash, reaches an astonishing picked over little anythingis you
ewMTOWNOpan Bcbs ontte road total of 200 to 250 inches a year. left for the general public. isle "qualified in the management personal desires come to frui all in order (fur, if any Get
of nuclear casualties" and big upswing
in fine know
II tots Unusually heavy falls are caused Two questions pose themselves tion. Dress style CAPRICON
Dec. 22
( to Jan.
I by the deflection of : evaluation of radiation hazards what you want and state aims
12: t ... aden winds from mOisture-j) Why with such popularity at "The plan designed to handle clearly. Stop procrastinating 20) Early morning planning
Idki nY4( Shawhim such nuclear accidents and to respond MOON CHILDREN June of time sees you sailing
AsiF o want t9 ,the box office and with a (
'..tu,.. pe to. the massive, peaks., _- ._ --- to disaster situations who look through duties efficiently. Be
-- ----- --- 22 to July 21) Those A den Arr the way! should they arise," the Army to you for ideas can indirectly practical and get cooperation
of fellow
workers. Concen-
5il5.T.15 said. be the means by which you
911: II21I BartleUPr0&C11011 Creation of the teams was disclosed can add much to present security trate more, have confidence
ltamag Kentucky' ]fried Chicken in a regulation signed by Get the future planned AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb.
19) You have excellent talents
Get. Earle G Wheler, Army with greater care Use
It chief of staff Innate Intelligence more. you seldom use which can be

LENTEN SPECIALSWHITE LEO (July 22 to Aug 21) very helpful toward ImpressIng -
SET MORI Change ringing Is a method of Look to those clever and fast- bigwigs Get evening i
IN '6. sounding sets of 4 to 12 bells in thinking pals of yours for the activities. nicely I scheduled
AT POLK FISH varying orders and in mathematically ideas and suggestions that im early. Use natural poise wise-

: COUNTY'SfNfST hope l, ; BOX DINNERS precise patterns. prove your lot in life. Later._ ly
.,' PISCES (Feb. 20 to March
t.t GT'i 2 White, Fish, Fillets, french i 20)) By convincing others that
THEATRE Inca, cole slaw, hot roilSHRIMP $1
and jflie z w.J. : t.. : end tartar touce . ATTENTIONSTUDENTS- I you are a good family man
: or woman, new avenues of
SOON I success to Don't
open up you.
DINNER brook any domination. This
"CAPTAIN AjNEWMAN" 7 Large Shrimp, french fries, cole slow, $123 lessens your stature in the

: -- Girls hot sauce and roll . . . . I eyes of right people.
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BRIDE" I 30 Large Shrimp, pint cole SlOW, Vi pt $ 95 DANCING I

1 hot sauce, 6 hot rolls . . . *w
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lorrt' a Scmw.THOUSANDS.

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FIGHT John Mc6iver Jacques Bergerac Micke1 Shaughness1 1131 E. Main SR Ph. MU 6.4151awe' Lakeland Hills Paladium I 530 West Main I I

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WE !HAVE TO WRITE TWI5 I 4"II.r."bC.C--: = NOs( 00 COI) SPED.


Whot's your problwn? For S

S oanorol N lv. write to H RTDDA Y.tllyttR'fisia .

lose Him Girl'L BOM 3365 Btvoriy r
Collf, ond Include oSoltaddrotMd

stomped envolope. >

Abby answers oil -"" .

Abigail Van Buren _II. .., ..., "

DEAR ABBY> I am M, attractive (I'm told) and work in DEAR HESITATING Ask your boy friend to bring his THEY'REALL
a large plant I am supporting a three-year-old Ion by a former best friend Around some time when your best friend Is then.Thea THE OKIE ON 'n-IE LEFT- INNOCENTS-BUT: THAT t=Vi"S

marriage. A man I work with took a liking to me. He Is In his let his friend make up his own mind. SEEANV 14tH AND ALL OF'EM INBETWUN CIGARETTE aiPU.UOOKS RJ.LLN77CLS
late 40'i, nothing to look at, but he hat been wonderful to me. SUSPECTS !! STOP MIGHTY CUe -

He paid up most of my billi and gives,me cash when need It. it F W 7Tdt MUlC f! wl\ MEAN SUSPICIOUS| ) |

He /Is married but his wife treat him rotten. this DON'T LET HER i J
Abby man DEAR ABBY: My wife has engaged In heated arguments AWAY
GET :!
t say he thinks of me as a daughter and he want nothing on numerous occasions and she I 1s usually wrong She makessome : : fi]
from me. My mother has an evil mind. She says It looks "bad" .
and could lead to Ms divorce. I need his friendship. How canI Idiotic statement, then proceeds to defend It When we : .

get my mother off my back? I have to live with her because get home I ant told, "If you loved me, you would have stuck dr

, she takes care of my child while work. up for met" I told her I will stick up for her only when she S '

MOTHER ON MY BACK Is right She says I should stick up for her, right or wrong, Itt / t t

DEAR GIRL Your mother's Judgment U better that yours. or else I should change the subject and get her off the hook. ,
You have M business accepting favors from a married man. Comment? .A

There isn't any Santa Claus and It could be Hugh sledding
the ..'. AL = '= ... .c Art .........;;;..--;;_. a.IfOINICL'
OB snow Job giving you. DEAR AL You do her a bigger favor by letting her fight --- -

her own battles. When she learns that she alone must support ....
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yean my friend her own "Idiotic" statements, shell think twice before provokIng THAT 1'TS 711[ suRFACE, 14OW AeotJT
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scenery hit comedian Sid Caesar Falls 8 Floors

at Toronto's O'Kcefe Theater .,
Just tell us how much money you need ATLANTA Ga. .
: paralyzing his left arm, but (AP-A construction -

to. pay bills, for home Improvements, car Caesar finished the show. I foreman was killed j
for all seasonal when a scaffold fell from
repairs, vacations, your Th. accident occurred during a new OIYtxt:
expenses Phone for prompt service apartment building, but another
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LOANS UP TO $600 "Little Me." I he grabbed a piece of steel aft

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a Austrian. Leader To Leave Post .

VIENNA Austria (AP) head of the Conservatlve-Sod-
Chancellor Alfons l Gorbach alist coalition government be-
r plans to resign next week as cause of a factional fight In his

itiia' r t { r J, LATEST SPORT 'Conservative The chancellor party., 68, said !
1 w / I Thursday night he will offer his
DETROIT (AP) Wayne resignation to President Adolf
State University's latest sport
t Schaerf Tuesday He hat been
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HOLLAND AND RUSSELL CONFER-Son. Sp....,. L. Holland, ...ndi"., listens el his long. HOLLAND DAY CROWD-A portion .f the ."...I.t.r, 1,750 peens who, offended. the
I Hmo friend and felto ..".to", Richard Runell. of Georgia, lay something. tout lost night'. upper supper et the ,conclusion .f ,.......,'. Speittrd L. Holland Appreciation Day ......" .* rite
which concluded daylong ceremonial honoring Sen. Holland. Silting ...1". Ruiiell ll Mr. Hellend. to !ttt foot .* the .....w High School.". hegln to ploy "Dixie." S... Holland requeiHd the
and to make ipeclol effort an "01.1." when Son Richard Resell of Georgia arrived' for the


Dance The SQUARE Red Club Hot will ANCE Trotters hold SET a Square dance,I Russell Praises Holland In Bartow Speech I a #>. I f 9 IP '+.l

Saturday night, starting at 8 BARTOW-Sen. Richard D. Holland Appreciation Day" I consider him a constitutionalist. his country and to the principles anything;; you want," Russell ,
o'clock, at the Country Day Russell, Georgia's senior senator stated "this nation is fortu ." of government In whichhe ended his speech after com Your choir of Stereo or Monaural t
School. Jack Benz will be
caller. and Spessard L. Holland's nate" in having a "man the Noting that Holland does believes." menting "I am tempted to ...33V4 RPMI Your favorite Artatil Hour
long time friend, last night use this as a trial heat for the
caliber of Spessard Holland." not always win his battles of happy latenirtg...Broadway Musical Hits
said "I am Indebted to Bar Russell kidded "After congress Halls Mrs Holland bill coming up next week and
Ancient Europeans displayed tow and to Florida for giving At the same time, Russell has approved a large Russell also had words of then, you might be late get ...Popular erf this.terriOedlowMk/
mistletoe as a cure for ulcers. ... now
me such a friend and col expressed hope that Holland appropriations bill that he praise for Sen. Holland' wife, ting out of here.
league" as Holland. "will have many more decades voted'against, he then has no Mary, describing her as "the He obviously was referringto 122 E. Main St a
Russell, who flew down by of service In'the Senateof qualm about jumping In there motor that makes the machinerun. the anticipated filibuster of
featuring Jet late yesterday afternoonto these United States"Plaque and seeing that Florida gets ." the Civil Rights Bill now before Ph. 688.3504STRAUGHN'S ? '
participate: In "Spessard L. Presented its share of the appropria Russell, who Is a bachelor, congress.
Today t Saturday "
tion. also added "Spessard and J
Russell was surprised witha
'Horse Sense'Solves Pressure Groups Ignored Mary Holland make an,Ideal
plaque presented by people
to demonstrate the
couple upper
CaseInvolving of Bartow in appreciationof Russell also stated that eschelons of officials TEXACOCOMBEE
BEEF his coming here to help in "pressure groups" do not "
Still honoring the former governor "linger with him any more today.
CHOICE because they found out a long Noting W.that H.master Stuart'of ceremonies RD. AT SUNSHINE LAKELAND
STEAKS WASHINGTON (AP) Inter- In accepting the plaque, he time ago that he Is dictatedby him ,
given permission to "talkas
nal Revenue Service stated "I came here to thank the path he believes to be
agents the of Bartow for send long as you want about
OCEAN used old-fashioned horse sense
ing Spessard Holland to the '
'to solve an Oklahoma moon- Stating that Holland has
SEAFOOD shine core senate. I am deeply touched "loyalty, courage and integrity Overdue Book t' RI 1l
A horse was found tied near that you thought my service in an abundant degree," 100
an unattended liquor still near was worth this plaque. It will Russell went on to say Hol Put In LaundryLARAMIE 7 11 fRri
be one of my most esteemedand land "is the leaders
McAlester, Okla., the agency among a
74e ta et said Thursday In reporting on valued possessions" of the Senate because of his Wyo. (AP-Ber-
1963 activities of alcohol and tobacco Russell described Holland integrity-some I call it stubbornness nice Karraker the county librarian -
tax officers. as being "as tenacious as a but I call it integ found a little extra in
'kC4S.44 The agent released the horse bulldog ., as brave as a city her laundry when she got home i
and followed him to a nearby lion .and as gentle as a "I know of no power on with it Thursday TV Bonus Stamps
Til Lakeland Hill llvd.Bin. house, where a farmer admit- woman."I earth that can veer him from Somebody had slipped a 11- p
( .* ._) ted ownership of the horseandthe am glad to Join Sen. the rectitude of the compassof brary book into the bundle-a
still. Holland in Washington if he his, heart and mind. He book three months overdue. WITH EACH 8 GALLONS
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-COSta Rlca'i President Fran appreciated the Costa Rican's Temperatures In Florida And Around The Nation
cisco J, Orlich Is trying to mediate friendly Interest but added:
the dispute over the Pan "There has been no agreementas I Station H. L. Boston ... .. ........... 3ft 26 Los Angeles .......... 74 ,0
ama Canal Zone but neither to mediation as far as we I Miami .. .. ............64 44 Charleston ............ 54 35 Memphis Milwaukee ............29.42 4)ITMplsSL )
the United State nor Panama are concerned." Jacksonville ..........S7 33 Chicago ............... 32 2J Paul....... 23 07
appears to expect much from 1 A five-nation Organization of] Key West....,..,..... 64 58 Cincinnati ......,.....36 24 New Orleans ......... 56 ,u
his intervention. American States committee re-i LAKELAND ...,...... si 42 Cleveland ............:.30 09 New York ............ 40 n
Orlich offered his Rood office turned to Washington from Pan I v Ocala .................60 35 Denver ............... 27 U Omaha .............. 24 17
at a secretly scheduled 90-mtn- ama Tuesday after failing to Orlando ..............6o 40 Des Moines ........... 28 OS Philadelphia .......... 37 :u
tale meeting with Panama's win concessions from either Pensacola ............ 58 37 Detroit ............... 30 IS Pittsburgh ............ 30 i 11 I
President Roberto Chlarl at the:side. Panama still insists on a Sarasota .............. 59 40 Fairbanks ............. 5 .4 St. Louis .............. 36 a
border village of Paso de Canoe U.S. commitment to rewrite the sir isg4 Tallahassee ...........55 29 Fort Worth ........... 53 M San Francisco ........ 69 14
Thursday Later. Orlich said 1903 canal treaty while the Tampa ............... 58 37 Honolulu ,.....:....... 83 70 Seattle ................ SI )14 <
the United States and Panama United States wants restorationof W, Palm Beach ...... b2 42 Indianapolis .......... 35 12 Washington ........... 44 M
had accepted Ms offer In principle. diplomatic relations before it Juneau ............... 46 38 Barometer
discusses Panamanian complaint Atlanta ....... ......., 45 24 Kansas City ......... 35 IS 7 a.m. 30.1 IS 1 p.m. Thurs. 30 07
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$9.95 Severe Test In Rights Debate

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By JAMES HARLOW Thursday night Mansfield wai i Into the 1940s, said his group Is .. .,.,.
I,Associated Press News Analyst asked how long he thought the! prepared "to be there 24 hours

,we WASHINGTON love you." (AP-"Mike. Southern filibuster might con. a day" I II '" '::.r" ; .....

i This from the Republican leader tinue before an attempt was I He said "we don't mind around w.wrw .wn.nn..wa. +"
: PINBALL of the :Senate: Everett M made to" stop It. He said"Months. : the clock sessions. Some advocates .s+.esNSUrr saas..s.aesr ae'oe

Dirksen of Illinois, to Mike of civil rights legislation r.. ....' 00. r r. '
'Mansfield of Montana, leader of To cut off the Southerner i Qs
have long felt
the Senate Democrats, a few would require a vote by two <, Southerners drwn In wearing the ...... "e' .. ?Ar r b(
@ years ago on a Mansfield birthday third of all the senators presenton t: clock sessions Is the around-the- ,. ---..-... .
@ only way to
lie's 60 now the floor when the vote wai I smash
Makes a game The love affair bet wen Mans called for. It all 100 were there, a filibuster
of fashion gskge field and the other 99 senators it would mean 67 senators, nc; But Mansfield plans to keep Cloudy end awl!, was ferecett f., Florid today with seme rain likely' Setvrdey T*.
44RiS will undergo a fierce test in the easy number to come by. the Senate In session only from ..,'1 highs will ,.".. teem the upper SO* I" " districts H 70 in the asset Generally fat
Open Friday NightBENFORD'S. @ next few months as the Senate'lSouthern Sen. Hubert Humphrey ol,10 In the morning until 10 at .nd dry weether prevailed In inert trees el the netlon, theiigh anew end rein wet reperted In ecertered -
Democrats try to kill Minnesota and other liberal night. He said Thursday nigh ...... AP Wlrephete)
the civil rights bill with a fill- Democrats will do the actual around-the-clock sessions are out
buster. I leading of the fight for the bill. unless some extraordinary situation V/cathcrcast
1'fi.t But Mansfield, as Senate leader, develops, and he doesn't
I Toughest Bill Ever I said he will have to be on the I foresee that.
fair and cool weather here Uwl.e
BOOTERY The Senate may start on this floor almost all the time. Attrition Affects All today will become partly cloudy B e.
bill, the The of the Southern
already passed by captain
Asked If this and not so cold tonight then ,
DOWNTOWN House next week It's the toughest ers, Sen. Richard B. Russell of was he mild <>Mnim
and with occasional
: bill of its kind the Senate]Georgia a veteran of other civil feared some of the older Senate -cloudy
rain tomorrow
,ever confronted. I rights fights going away back members might collapse ,
Variable north.
winds mostly
under the strain, he said this
easterly to southeasterly, will
was only one consideration and
then emphasized this: blow at 6 to 14 miles an hour. Al: Cloudy with Intermittent
The maximum temperature light rain likely-onight becoming -
"The only purpose of 24hoursessions here yesterday was 56 degrees, partly cloudy Saturday Continued .
'i- would be attrition on the minimum this morning was rather cold. lw tonight
i the Southerner But attrition 42 degrees, and no rain fell at 34 to 40.BCD .
works both and
WflSHIHGPKZ AIRTUDAYI' on the ways other side perhapsmore than on the city hall weather station : Increasing cloudinessand MtH
the filibusterers. not as cool tonight with a
Florida Five Day Forecast low near 50. Some rain likely
"I am not going to turn the Temperatures are expected to Saturday.
Senate into a circus" average five to eight degrees be. E-F-G-H.I: Fair with increasing .
*" This concern about not lettingthe low seasonal normals during the cloudiness and not as cool
SALE Senate get a carnival lookis five-day period starting at 7 p.m. tonight with a low in the 50s sw srw
an old theme with Mansfield tonight and ending at 7 p.m. Considerable cloudiness and
Last year In defending Ms record Wednesday The normal high;some rain likely Saturday. wMtdSa"%
as Senate leader from some ranges from 68 in the extreme able winds 5 to 10 miles varl'l
extremely harsh criticism he north to 79 along the southern' tour, becoming
< had said; ; tip of the peninsula. The normal east 10 to 11: miles per
"I am neither a circus ring low ranges from 44 In the northto tonight and Saturday K. Fair and becoming mostly
the master of 66 in the south A Cold trend J: Increasing cloudiness and
master ceremonies
The Most You'll Ever Make I '. and
Amazing Buy cloudy tonight Saturday
of a Senate night club a was forecast to start Saturday not as cool tonight. Low near
tamer of Senate ,lions, or a with a slow warming early In Ito' Considerable cloudiness and with some chance of rain Saturday .
.2; Eeimoiig n/IIII'IL .. wheeler and dealer. I confess he week. J I some-rain _likely' ,.Saturday _] Low tonight In the 60s.
: freely to a lack of glamour" 1-

Once, reflecting on his life Miss America Contestant's Mom
and hard times In the Capitol,
DRESSES he admitted: "Actually, the
Senate leadership Is a head Enters Mrs. America Competition

ache. You can't please every.I -
(We Can't Mention the Label) one. Every senator Is a prima CHERRY HILL, NJ. (AP- -husband, Gordon, and four' 'He thinks It's kind cute,"
donna In some way" The mother of a recent Miss children. Mrs. Malick laughed. "Anywayhe
America contestant wants td Her eldest daughter. Georgia I always called me his Mrs
become this year's Mrs. Amer. 1*. was Miss New Jersey In the America. I guess all husbands
Talkative Man ca. 1962 Miss America pageant and
call their wives that.
Jewell Malick, 43, a blonde, won a $1,000 talent scholarship .
37.7' Gagged By JudgeDETROIT said she entered the Mrs. Amer. as a pianist. She now is a fresh The Mrs. America competition
ica competition "because I'm man at Rutgers University Is not a beauty contest nor
(AP-Edward In. sure it will be lots of fun and "Georgia thinks It Is hilarious do entrants parade in bathing
gle, 34, blabbed so much out of I'm a pretty good homemak- ," Mrs Malick admitted. suits
I'll know now how it
I says
turn In court that Judge W.
feels to be on public view and EIRE
t BUY 2 FOR $7.00 McKay Skillman ordered him She family Excited I II I to smile prettily all the time." STOVE C .
gagged. The New Jersey judging, with WINTER HAVEN An overheated
Sites 12 to 20 1 A court officer plastered adhesive eight contestants, will be heldMarch i Husband AgreeableThe I oil stove In a trailer
S and 6 In this Camden other children are Kip, yesterday afternoon sent firemen
f New Spring and Summer Shades tape across Ingle'smouth County community not far from I 14. James, S, and Heida. 2. I racing to the Haven Trail.
from ear to ear. Ingle metropolitan Philadelphia. What does her husband, an In. er Court at 3rd Street South.
was ordered held for trial on a "I'm really excited about It,"I mrance supervising adjuster west. The trailer, occupied by

4 ALL NEWDUSTERS pandering charge. she said. "And so Is my family" say? Rose Turner was not damaged.Jj



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IM49ffiI (Withholding Rate May Be Too Small For SomeBy I

ADREN COOPER don't know exactly how the new approximation of the total tax. rather hard to handle year 2 to 1, the government accountsran To make up for those two
Associated Press Writer withholding rate will stack up It Is a straight percentage of atsxpaY'r' from now He may lUa out a about even. Almost $8 bil- months, the withholding rate
WASHINGTON (AP) ThereIs against the new tax rates. paycheck after an simple form requesting that the lion was sent out in refunds was set at 14 Instead of IS percent
i a slight possibility that somepersons The withholding rate, which'allowance for exemption number of exemptions (dependents while the public paid about IS.7
who are accustomed to hat been 18 per cent and now I Since there Is now allowanceat ) be reduced-to zero If billion at settlement time. Av- For the remaining 10 months
getting Income tax refund may drops to 14 per cent, Is only an all for deduction, the withholding necessary I erage refund: $130; average of the year, taxpayers are to
find they have to pay a imall system produce refunds The employer Is required to tax remaining to be paid: $300 have $8 billion less taken from
amount next year even though for some persons, leavesa comply with this request. IS First Planned their paychecks than they would
their total tax will be less. Soviet WriterIs slight tax bill for others and Or, he may ask his employerto have paid In under the 18 per
It'. only conjecture-even the for a very few, It comes out take out a specified amount- Government experts originally cent rate. The IS per cent rate
experts don't know. Criticized even. $20 per week, for example. In planned on placing the withholding for a full year would have taken
The new tax bill, approved by'For It'* a coincidence when It this case, he must get his em- rate at IS per cent for out 17.2 billion less than the 18
Senate-House conferees, will New, Novel comes out even. ployer' consent.Of 1964 but at that time It was per cent rate.E.StOUNer.
r give a net tax reduction to virtually The tax collectors prefer that the 61.5 million return filed assumed the tax bill would pass
L every taxpayer. But MOSCOW (AP-Sovlet novelist the amount withheld exceed the in 1962. IS.S million showed the by Jan. 1, or earlier.
there remains, the possibilityin Alexel Yugov was criticized amount of tax owed. The tax taxpayers owed more money Since there Is no convenient,
the case of those who have Thursday for writing a book payer will file his return earlier and about 40 million called for way to make the withholding' IO-I
been getting refunds-that the containing kind words about the if he Is expecting a refund; refunds. The remaining 3 mil rates retroactive, taxpayers will I
new 14 per cent withholding rate last czar and czarina. he may be a little slow if he lion came out even. Moat of be ahead of the game for January
may not take enough bite out The government newspaper has tax to pay.Remedy taxpayers in this category probably and February The tax 109 S. TINNISUI AVE.PH .
of weekly or monthly checks to Izvestia attacked him and said owed no tax and had none cut will be effective Jan, 1 but' 612.4)41R.e.wnNn.
I cover the amount which will be that up until now, "all literate Available withheld. reduced withholding rates do r.
, .I.Ie .Ir .Ir owed. people had an entirely different I There Is a ready remedy for Although the number who had not take effect until one week $ "'._....."..n
Government experts admit idea about the last Russian the taxpayer who fears he may refunds coming exceeded the after President Johnson signs: 0.....b 0.
this possibility because they crown carriers run up a tax bill which may be number who owed money by probably next week. i
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SPECIALTY OF THI HOUSE-' .....* II...... ,fees w.'t IRTALE; I

.n she -...* .1 the Finis, McDtmld' ho".. In LMiivill, K,., but
area dropped In 1I.ItC.... Th. family w.. .t lunch T......,
when this phMMnt .,.. .. through th. front window. McD.n.14. u
with bird In ....., .U".,. d.mig. baton turning' .... the bird' to FRIDAY NIGHT 5:30-9:00 P.M.
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At Chamber Of CommerceUp

to Feb. 17 foote, 416 N. Vermont Ave,
and Mrs. Earl J. Thomas I
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Se
810 Lemon St., Lincoln.
mans, 509 Vermont, Canandalg- By George!
and Mrs. R. W. Coon, 212 ua. of YVhotablasl We've blown prices for a rousing
Oak St, London, Ont. I OHIO ,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eyres, 938 Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Barnhart, celebration that's "REAL GEORGE"!

E. Lime St., Cameron, Ont. 2230 Eaker St., Auburndale, :::% .__. --
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haines Montpelier
819 N. Gilmore Ave., Mt. Pleasant Mr. and Mrs. Peter J Gold-

Ont. smith, Prestler's Motel, Wauseon. hr
Miss Rona Hickey. New Florida
Hotel, Toronto, Ont. (
Miss Maude A. Hunter New, Mr and Mrs. William Rabe, at
Florida Hotel, Toronto, Ont. '113'/i Hillcrest Slruthen.PENNSYLVANIA.
Miss Lily J. McGugan 834 S.
Florida Ave. London. Ont. Mr and Mrs. L. C. Bush 611
Neil P. McGugan, 834 S. Florida W. Hancock St., Unlontown. I

Ave., Strathroy Ont Mr and Mrs. Charles E. King,,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Munroe, 567S New Tampa Hwy., Hampton -' MEN'S $ Children's
938 Sims Place, Baltimore, Ont. ,
G. H. Spooner, 311 S. Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reitz, ) w 476
Ave., Gait, Ont. Tiger Villa Motel Unlontown. 9F JACKETS SHOES 76c
Mr. and Mrs. G. Thibidean VERMONTMrs. ;
Lakeland General Delivery, Ayr, J '
Oars Griggs, 408 N. Gilmore Zipper Front V.I..IU8
Ont. Odds 'n Ends
Ave., Mornaville.Job
CONNECTICUT Quilt Lined Size 41.45 Only Broken SI...

Miss Charlotte Dowd 320 W. ,
Cannon St., Apt. No. 8. Madison
Judson Dowd, 320 W. CannonSt. ShortageHits Infants' fa
., Apt No 8, Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie George,
Elks Club and Hotel, Allerton.
Mr. and Mr*. Fred W. Stephens
609 W. Lemon St., Harvard 0 SHOES $167
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore EKing .,Each weekday morning several, : ( Broken SII"
402 N. Kentucky Ave., An hundred Pole gather In the ALL SALES .a.a SWEAT 3 7c Odds 'n Ends
derson. corridors and waiting rooms of o SHIRTS "-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Middles- the government employment exchange FINAL DRESS SHOES FLATS
worth 422 S. Tennessee Ave., in a Ihell-scarred build With HoodsMANY I
Greentown. II Ing on Karowa Street.
George E. Plckett 303 W. They stand In long queues for
Peachtree St., Winchester.Mr. registration and interviews
and Mrs. W. A. Plckett scan the almost empty job-
305 W. Peachtree St., Winchester notice bulletin boards, and while ITEMS ARE ONE-OF-A-KIND AND

away the time chatting, hoping
KANSAS that employment may turn up. :
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cozier, "I'm only a technician and 'J SAMPLES so ride in like Paul Revere
829 S. Johnson. Wakarusa.MASSACHUSETTS jetting worried about earning a I
living now that even engineersand
Edward N. Adams, 312 Swan- architect I are being fired,"I for best values.MEN'S .
nanoa, Chelmsford. said a man in his 20s. "I hopeI I
Mrs. Chester Gilbert New didn't study five years In technical
Florida Hotel Attleboro. school to go out and dig I
Mrs.Alice E.Taylor New florida ditches." I
More Money Needed

Mr. and MICHIGAN Mrs. William Cun Said a woman: "It used to $ 76 PAJAMAS 76c

nlngham, 304 Ingraham St.,, be easy to get work, but not 1 I'
Jackson. now. We have plenty to eat, but' LOOK
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Cup- my husband doesn't make WESTERN Sites 14 & 16 Only '
pens, 949 S. Pennsylvania Ave., enough for a good living, so I OR
St. Ignace. need a Job. I FOR DRESSY STYLES Val I.t* 9.9.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Dean A nearby woman said: "It' Large Sixes Only LADIES'

5600 New Tampa Hwy, Roches rough now in the retail tradeThey've .
started strict controls, THE SWEATERS $176|
ter.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles E. and you get fired now for even
Grace 1140 E. Lemon St., De- little things." I LADIES' Sls" 38 & 40 Only
witt. A girl commented that "all MYSTERY j
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kennedy, you can get now Is work In a 1
5600 New Tampa Hwy., Roches(communal) typing hall for 87C }
about 800 zlotys (officially $32)! SHOPPER ti
ter.Mr.. and Mrs. C. E. Knapp a month. No good typing Jobs BOYS'87C
118 HUlsboro Ave., flint. now." I Bexrttha SHOES
Mr. and Mr*. David E. Law- The crowds have grown larger 1
lor 5600 New Tampa Hwy., Rud--and the waiting for work In Poland w reap OrlC ,
much longer since the priced
yMr. and Mrs. Melton Sinclair, Communist government late'
402 N. Kentucky Ave. Sheridan last year clamped unpublicized
Mr. and Mr*. John Skirda, Rt. but drastio control on employ NO "DUDS" IN THESE VOLLEYS OF SAVINGS
No. 2, Box 1280. Troy. ment In the state economy.Too .
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Smith! I
Much Money Paid
821 S. Johnson" Mason.
Mr. and Mr. Mirle J. Spen- The controls are to combatoveremployment
cer, 183 Lake Morton Drive one of the I
Yale chronic ill* of the Polish state-1' IUItU1tJWIIIVttlUWIt IIIIIIUUIIIIIIwglg/Ill{ l /
Mrs. Hermine Tusch. Wilmary managed economy. Too much 1V 11GJ IIIUUUIi UIIUIWIU UN.lI
Hotel, Grand Rapids. money i II being paid out for too
MINNESOTAMr. little work, official say. I
and Mrs. Chet Stanger, Without formally announcinga
y 906 Vistabula. St. Cloud.NEBRASKA job freeze, the government BARGAINS.We
stopped virtually all hiring and .
i Mr. and Mr*. William Rich urged the elimination of workers -,
ardson. Bonny Lake Trailer Village from enterprise which have couldn't possibly itemize all mark-downs.
;. Omaha. exceeded their labor quotas. I
NEW HAMPSHIRE The 14th plenum session of the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Bick- Polish United Worker (Communist ... .
ford 1033 Success Ave. Rochester. ) party later set a ceiling ol FREE .e4'LJ
100,000 new state jobs in 1984 DEPARtMENTEVERY STORE
NEW JERSEY Four times that many were .
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Corrl- hired in just a few months last
den, 401 Tennessee Ave", ColIingswood year The ceiling is less than P DISCOUNT CENTER
half the normal yearly Increasein lIUl
NEW YORK the number of job seekers
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hen- graduating from school
ning. Holiday Inn s.ratogal I DOWNTOWN
Springs. Navy blimps escorted 89,000 _
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Hotch- surface vessels during World :
kiss 1830 Marjorie St., Oneonta. War II without loss to enemy
Mr. and Mrs. Deane R. Light- submarines i j .


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LAKELAND LEDGER Friday Feb. 21, 1MI ..
I ( ti ,, ..., ft. .. fi." Cuban TypeTobacco

: Caldwell. Says U. S. Court, 'S -Of::. Religion*i"! { R i.ur Let's Play Bridge ]

11' ( IT JHfe u MMPspffftMj '* .i | Is ImportedTEGUCIGALPA __ ALAN TRUSCOTT
.... ;: "':f4&ip, 1 j. i>. j' *.,. .f .:Jfti aBBy :: By
: Congress Snub Constitution i By ALAN TRUSCOTT rabid, his hearts, but he Jumpedto
JOE MCKNIGHT I began on the church at Brad Honduras tit Bridge-players have to be patient slam when South cooperated!

WICHITA, Kane (APOutof ford Iowa The congregationhad -A trickle of Havana-type tobacco people, because they spend with I control-showing cue bid
JACKSONVILLE (AP) -Hor- federal law' or to Indulge 'judlc could depend upon I non polill 77 years of memories one of! been organized in 1855 as Is moving to the United a lot of their time waiting. In of four spades
ida Supreme Court Justice Mil 'tel inventiveness?" cat Supreme Court to measure the proud recollections,for Lester the First Congregational Churchof State. from Central America. clubs they may wait for I South was pleased with the

lard Caldwell laid yesterday Congress, said Caldwell, has the bill by the yardstick of the Weatherwax II having helped Bradford. The town Is now More will be coming In the fourth or wait for I chance,prospects when he saw the dummy -
that neither the U.S. Supreme refused to assert its authority to Constitution and prevent a iota a church and I song to international extinct but another town by the next few years to offset losses to cut back Into the game In' and was tempted to grab
Court nor Congress respect the limit the U. S. Supreme Court's fame. has 60 of Cuban cigar leaf. tournaments they wait for the the club ace for an Immediate
carriage of Justice. But these are same name grown up
Constitution or the rights of the jurisdiction" Lester and his brothers, Bill, miles The Inter-American Develop- game to tart, they wait be- d acard, Fortunately for his aid.
slates, and both have In cons Idenable :! He said the founding fathers' not normal conditions," he said Asa and Tom, brought renewed away ment Bank Is financing I four- tween rounds and at the end he took another look and real
measure forfeited t the con argued over the courts when the "Our friends In Washingtonhave popularity to a small Iowa After rising to some degree of year program to grow 1,900 of the session they wait for the lied that he could not be sure
fldence\ of the people. I U. S. Constitution was adopted found that I little color church and the song associatedwith fame, thj with church the began declining which- acres of Havana tobacco In results. It might appear that the what to discard at this early

:In I speech prepared for delivery Several, he said, expressed misgivings added to legislation Insures its it-"The Church in the' along town, Honduras and a lesser amount chess player has to do even stage.
I at a meeting of the Jack.! about the powers to be constitutionality civil rights Wlldwood" Although that was had lost a bid for a railroad In Nicaragua The object is to more waiting but he can put In The right play was I walling
stnville Bar Association, the given the U. S. Supreme Court. bill will be no exception" two generations ago the song The town disappeared but the Increase rural employment and some constructive thought while move. South ruffed the opening
church and became
a to earn more lead in his hand postponing the
provide a product
blunt speaking former Florida and the church continue to be his opponent is thinking
Voters Helpless rural church near Nashua, dollars for the two countries decision about I discard and
governor said the court's badly widely known. I At both games it ls possible
"asserted power to overrule long, He said the voters are relatively Death PenaltyFor The brothers, natives of an Iowa. I Tobacco men here say the to wait In a more specialised drew trumps He followed with a
"The little brown church of hurdle In growing Havana low spade, finessing the queen
recognized constitutional principals helpless In dealing with biggest and technical sense The chess
Iowa farm, had formed I -
and to read into the Con:the federal judiciary, since the known The Weatherwax Bradford seemed to be going cigar outside Cuba is not player often makes a waiting and when this won the contract
btitution new and alien ideas!Judges are not directly answer Rapists as baritone, the way of ao many of Ameri lack of the proper soil, climateor move when he does not wish became I certainty The spade
hive spawned mistrust-mistrust able to the people The people Tom Boys. the Lester bass Asa sang first tenor ca's rural churches," said experience The real prob- to commit himself to any positive loser was discarded on the club

by many of the bench, the may change their president, who Will Stand and Bill second tenor. They became Weatherwax lem was In obtaining seed line of play and the bridge ace, using and the diamond diamond ace trick wan
bar and the responsible citizenship appoints the judges, but the well known In the early Began Singing Cuba for many years has banned player can do the same. A familiar entry surrendered., a
I p, of the country." president can do nothing until the export of seed for situation in bidding Is the was
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The years of this century and traveled Then the Weatherwax boys South's third diamond was
He said that Justice William there Is a vacancy on the court the United States and Can cigar tobacco following: the
i Florida Supreme Court has refused began singing and telling about beforehe SOUTH ruffed In dummy. If spade
Douglas, In one case contendedthat bench. to reverse the death penalties ada from 1910 until 1921 A few "The Church in the Wildwood, But a Cuban grower finesse had failed, South would
the U. S Court was authorized Caldwell said the "pending so- years later Lester settled in went into Miami exile In AQ4 have retained I reasonable
to "fashion a body of fed called civil rights bill" in Washington imposed on two Lake County Wichita. "Travelers began seeking out 1960, Is said to have broughtout VAT chance of discarding both his
Negroes convicted of rapinga Nashua and the little church .432
eral law" Is In several respects unconstitutional 12 pounds of quality "wrap- diamond losers bn dummy'sblack
white woman. Still Active about which we told them," per" seed through a diplomatic J874

Poses Question "Under normal conditions such Defense attorneys sought new Still slim and unusually active Weatherwax said. "By 1915-16 pouch. Another report is that If North opens the bidding suits.NORTH (D)
Caldwell said, "I ask you, political haymaking by the left trials for Robert Shuler and Jerry for his 77 years, Lester recalls -the church had been restored a cigar plant owner brought out with one club: and East passes. A ,JIU
since when was that court authorized dealers would present no great Chatman, arguing that they vividly the night in St. LouIs to Its original state "filler" seed mixed in jars of South has no normal response tr AKQAS
'fashion of were convicted with the help of "We count it I God'given coffee at his disposal One notrumpwould
to a body danger because the country, when a member of the au! opportunity -ground .
falsified evidence, a plaster cast dience asked the quartet to sing to have been a part Jacinto Argudin, a Cuban tobacco be an underbid, two no- A84J
of a footprint Impression. "The Church In the Wildwood.",of spreading the story and the expert heads the growing trump would be an overbid, and WEST EAST
w club raise would be In
The State Supreme Court appointed "We were flabbergasted," he song of the shrine program In Honduras He a appropriate.South quite S 4 K101TV
retired Circuit Court recalls. "It didn't fit In with Of the Weatherwax boys, Asa and a crew of Cuban tobacco 72 .4
Judge L. L Parks as special examiner our classical program. But we died In 1940 and Tom in 1962, farmers have taught Hondurans therefore. Invents a K III U J lIlT
to check the charges It and the was William, 90, died In an Iowa now to prepare the soil and bid of one diamond He hopes + KQ107 J98J2
rt Parks ruled nearly a year ago overwhelming sang response rest home last Christmas. irrigate it for the best tobacco that this may discourage the. SOUTH

WOMEN'S PRETTY PLAID that the defense atorneys had Their rendition of the song became Lester retired fn 1962 after Honduran production.laborers They also in instructed the building opponents if his from side leading ends in diamonds no- A AQ2
not the charges and rec- V J 1091633
proven that within a serving for 32 as ministerof
so popular years that trump, but his primary objectiveis
of cheesecloth canopies
TENNIS SHOES commended against a new trial few weeks the brothers began music at the First Methodist the tobacco the best shade- to make a waiting bid. AJ Q63
for the men. give -
building their programs aroundit. Church of Wichita.Panavas qualities, and how to he has no convenient way to describe
grown Both sides vulnerable.The .
In accepting the report Each time they sang it they build curing sheds his hand, he tries to persuade were
5.50 Wednesday, the Supreme Court told the history of the song and The workers receive $1.25 or his partner to describe his. bidding was:
North East South W..tI
$276SNYDER'S said it would not substitute its of the real church in the wild There is not the slightest
Volu. Named $1.50 a day, twice as much as N.T. Past 3 V Pass
for that of the man
Judgment wood. chance that the hand will be
usual in the area
the wage 4 Pass 4 Pass
who heard the facts They knew It well for their the played in diamonds, but a temporizing -
Danll, a sleepy place 6 V Pass Pass Pus
SHOE STORE The Justices said In an unanimous -farm home near Charles City, City Recreation Nicaraguan border, has bouncedinto bid in a threecardminor West led the club king.
opinion that they might Iowa, was only a dozen miles prosperity under the impact suit U often a convenient
have reached different findingsof from the place where the little Chief At HainesHAINES of a S3OOO.a.week payroll maneuver. >mrllll
fact In some instances, but :church was built a century ago earned by workers In tobacco Unusual Cue Bid
117 S. Kentucky Downtown lakeland that Parks' findings had been and still stands. fields and sheds, the Inter- TodayIn
backed up by satisfactory evidence The song was written In 1857, CITY A vacancy American Development Bank Waiting moves are also pol'
i three years before construction created by the resignation of sible In the play as the deal I
Jack Miller has been filled here says. shown today illustrates. South
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,with the appointment of E. L. The harvest last year earned. did not leap directly to four
and $300-
I Panavas as city recreation director the growers a profit hearts over one no-trump, because -
000 in foreign exchange for he could visualize slam HistoryBy
r I Honduras. The hope is that the
possibilities. The forcing jump
The appointment becomes effective ,
tobacco farms will give jobs to
March 1. when Miller to three hearts gave North the THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
leaves for Titusville, where he 6,000 persons for 10 months a opportunity to make an unusual Today la Friday Feb. 21.
OPEN TONIGHT 5:30 TILL 9 SATURDAY TILL 5:30 P.M. will become recreation director year by 1968, and bring in $2.S, type of cue bid 1964. There are 314 days left In
million In foreign exchange. Three hearts basically asks
for that community the year.
\ // ****"! ,, Panavas 36, is now recreation! American enthusiastic cigar-makers, although are, partners to choose between three Today's highlight In history:
\ / m* director at McCoy Air Force reported still regarding the Honduran, no-trump and four hearts, so thefourclub On this date in 1909, "The
bid has a special mean- Great White Fleet" steamedinto
Base near Orlando. He is a
project as experimental. Ing support for hearts and I
native of Illinois.He Hampton Roads, ending
Rica and Guatemala
\ / Costa hand well-suited to a slam. .
the first around the-world
I attended college at Western are other possible sites for tobacco In this case North's three high

get this new Work Michigan War II State He and is married servedin farms. were trumps ideal and for two slam outside purposes aces American.ever battle undertaken force The by an 18

WO and the father of three children. The United States mints mono. and he Indicated this by showIng white painted battleships were
President Theodore Roosevelt'sway
I City Manager Joseph Rlckards ey for some foreign govern. the club ace. North would .
rj: I announced the appointment tnents. have passed If South had simply of giving the fleet excellent
JHJf UoLpjorinirautomatic u training and at the sametime
showing the world the
great power that had defeated
washing the life Spain.

; EEI *
.ashinos REE I On this date:
I I I I In 1838, Samuel F. B Morse
J 'gave the first public demonstration
WASHER of the telegraph.

.. i a a r, DOWNTOWN In I8&5, the Washington Mon
now at L ___ >" 1 LAKELAND ument was dedicated at Wash-
I In 1922. the dirigible Roma,
;built in Italy for the United
; \\j
L/I1- States, exploded after contact
{With electric wires while lending

\\ Hampton Va, killing 34

i I In 1945, American planes attacked
f Adolf Hitler's retreat at
\ time.Berchtesgaden for the first

/ *

NOBODY UNDERCUTS OR i Ten yeara ago The United
1 GroupSLIM ,Kingdom Chamber of Shipping
UNDERSELLS GABLE bitterly attacked US. restrictions -
.llilllplllllllli I I on ships sailing to Far
hllVllb C (Eastern strategic Communist materials ports with

I Five years ago-Prime Minister
7.98PANTIES Harold Macmillan arrived
JIMS Sizes Ito Moscow-the first British

Vol. to 1.50 I head of government to do ao
since World War II.

I\- ,... .... ". __ ..._..__._t! 1f'lWl.' One year ago-President JohnF
Kennedy sent to Congress his

1 GROUP 1 GROUP OF new proposal for medical benefits
., for the aged based on Social
rl s ipl0'Natpolnt 2 PIECE LONG & SHORTFORMALS Security.
ela } I

jyesla ttng pand statDS' ,, NORMAL SPEED SLOW SPEED SWIMSUITS '
st rust Bids ChannelSet
anj tecttoo e8a1 FOR REGULAR FOR DELICATE On

00Sises ?
BEEN CUTSHARPLY Army Engineers said today bids
5 will be opened March 24 on
dredging a nine-foot channel
from Charlotte Harbor to Alligator
FOR THIS Creek south of Venice.
8.12 Only I The engineers office also announced

3 wash water temperatures to t'6laa- EVENT! award of a $697.513 con.
Values to 19.95 Builders of
| tract to International
match the fabric load luLpxrindr
Florida Inc: Coral Cables for
TTutpjrHnlr Triple Cycle Dial lets you control construction of air defense facilities

/ BJ\ e washing Partial.Load time Control saves water 1 GROUP The in channel Dade County is expected to

detergent and bleach DRESS cost about 1900.000. It will become
PETER S 500 part of the Gulf Coast In-
e Underwater Lint FlltertTripleAction N276 tracoastal Waterway. Its completion

Rinsing Special cycle dries BRAS will leave a six-mile sec
in the Venice area, to be
Val. to 15.98 tion
> ayntheticswrinkle-free
A at TM(
UIJ. If within 90 days, you are not Dries all clothes faster Discontinued dredged in the Intracoastal Waterway
HotroiitfOF i completely) satisfied with theperformance lower Val to 5.95 .
at temperatures
.RrQAY :REpi.A EMUf I of your Hgtpoint StylesSTRAPLESS The engineers set I 17.month
< appliance, we will replace It time limit for the channel job.
'6UUANtEE with a comparable Hotpolnt MOBIL III7J $200 Wk.Setring fr WITH STRAPS FRI. NIGHT 5:30 9:00: P.M.

SITISMTIOir' model at no cost to you. PADDED fir NON-PADDED SATURDAY 9:00 A.M. 5:30 P.M. Spanish Firm

Lakeland and Vollt Co. for 40 Years 'F .- rt' I Ships Eighteen

Charge It- Trucks To Cuba

auto electric If Ifs 'n Town rats' CJoa... !

b I .A l.n. MADRID (AP)-The Spanish
i a e You'll find If Downtown'm / : Pegaso car and truck manufacturing -
TV & APPLIANCE CO. t er V : reed .r.. had shipped concern the said first Thursday 18 trucks it ACCMII! of a total of 110 purchased by

208 N. FLORIDA AVE. DOWNTOWN tlE MU63333s 111-113 EAST MAIN ST. Cuba.The state-owned National Institute

5 of Industry has large Interests
I in the Pegaso fifm.

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LAKELAND LEDGER, Friday, Feb. 21, LEN 19

: ,+,\ ,trJ. Produces trial Pictures- I I

..: <,\,' Speedy AP Artist

DALLAS (AP) The artist conventional Idea of an artist. I Ha has painted portraits, Illustrated art feature distributed by Associated some specializing In speed draw.

'Jtl/, ,;: ,', out quick accurate He waa born in Garrison, a books and magazines. Press Newsfeaturei.Ishmaet ing. He often gives Illustrated
:! sketches for Associated Press northeastern Kentucky villageof Forty-three of his paintings of not only does the drawIngs lectures to music-asking his
r I "J Wirephoto of scenes in the Jack about 400 population, and Air Force operations around the but does the research and audience what a melody suggests .
R t ( ; man named Woodl Ishmael studied art at the Faith." to its rh:'thm. To keep his
,t ,:t Ishmael. Cleveland Institute of Art and Art Collection. He joined the AP staff for eye sharp and his fingers nimble -
"W', He sits on a front bench In at the Art Students League In Two years ago, Ishmael became full-time coverage of the Ruby he practices sketching dramatic
'I\<1 the courtroom each day, rang New York. the producer of "Powerof trial In Dallas : scenes as they move
: ( ing from one end to the other He became professional artist Faith! a weekly religious Ishmael already had done across his television set. -
and with deft strokes of his soft In 1936, working first as a''
._____._.........__. ._ ...... .,.,..._,.....,. t.
I .
pencil captures likenesses of the staff Illustrator for the Cleve- !W1ftTnW.jII'1f:1f.c.; "- ... ".. w .- ',<.". .w, ...,' ..',.'" .L''.'.'.'.'.'.''"tr' ""7P#
lawyers, the judge, the defendant land Press. Later he was art
and prospective jurors on director of an advertising agency -
the witness stand. and in 1945 he became a free Meet WASHIHGIDII'IIIIR'HDAY

iLt Ishmael, who draws a week- lance.---- nI
ly feature called "Power of guSt

n Faith" for thj AP, can put a ;OrisextractopodyIs '1 ,......"..;"" ."..:;w::.;:"'. '''. ....
man's likeness on paper In R
. about three minutes. In another
12 minutes, he can fill in the ImportantTo ;
4 ki background and the shading.
Then he sprays his drawing with Politicians
a fixative-and it's ready for
a transmission on the AP Wire- Ole GEORGE cut down the ;
photo network. DENVER Colo. (AP-In an

A wirephoto transmision of,election year, says Prof. Paul lfIY'C.C''Se
II the completed picture takes,Hunslnger, nothing Is so important CHERRY TREE .
; about eight minutes. : as a little knowledge or
efts tb Sketches Fast As Photos Hunsinger. who heads the
i hs Thus lifelike sketches by Ish speech department at the Unl iceoll
mael can be turned out with versify of Denver, listed I it !UL JM @Jl.
I speed equal to that of the fast- among topics at the annual
t est photograph techniques Rocky Mountain Speech and ,

Ishmael, 50, Is 6 feet, 3 Inches Communication Conference here
a tall and weighs well over 200 today,
.xY f ,9 pounds. He looks more like a He explained orlsextractopodyIs

I lawyer or a judge than like the the art of keeping one's foot 177 PAIRS OF REG. 5.95 I

act a3rt out of one's mouth-or getting,
It out once It's (n.

'a,. h .v GrandchildrenOf Cole MacDill New Zanzibar COTTON $276

Leader AsksRecognition

4 pN Visit Air Base PANTS SIZES 28-38 PAIR

"HIAVEM.. HELP THIS COURT"+TM. ....tch ky Aitiit Woo lihm..l depict Joo TonoWII, TAMPA (AP) Seven I DAR ES SALAAM Tanganyika -
.n. of Ruby's rtomoyi, .. tio How *p In c.vrt whilo qMotrlonlnsj r proipoctUo |nror. T.".. grandchildren of the late Col. (AP) Zanzibar's President
hill rooroJ that If the pr. p cHvo jutw fcn| .??(?< ?,, Ml 4iMiM "'!,.., H....... halo this Leslie MacDill saw for the first Abeld Karume says U.S.
court, thlo notion ana' all the aoplo U k." (AP Wironkotol time Thursday the Air Force and British diplomats can return
__.u____ .__ __ ___ __ Base named for him.
r --- They never to the East African Island
-l saw their grandfather, who when the two nations recognize
'Awake' Modified X15 Ready: was killed In a 193S plane crash his revolutionary government. r

near Washington, D.C. Donald K. Pettenon, third
Market I They were accompanied to secretary of the U.S. Embassyand
MacDill Air Force Base by the charge d'affaires, and Brit ''
For Higher Speeds colonel's widow, Marilla Mac- ish High Commissioner Timothy 1J.TAd4o
Tests SetGeneral Dill, and Mrs. MacDill's two Crosthwalte came to Tanganyika -
daughters, Mrs. Bruce Dougherty Thursday after the rebel government .J
Foods, Inc., is planning By RALPH DIGHTON '2,400 degrees. and Mrs. Thomas S. Bar ousted them from Zan.
further market tests of III EDWARDS AIR FORCE I The white coating will not be rows. All are from Boston. zibar.
new orange synthetic drink. BASE Calif. (AP-It doesn't used on all flights of the X13A-2,
"Awake," in the New England look like an XIS anymore. It only on speed runs at the com i HIP1IANCI2 I
states in March Florida Citrus doesn't even look like an air. paratlvely low altitude of 100,- Enjoy yourself
Commission general manager plane. 000 feet, Johnson says. 1 MUSIC OF I

Homer E. Hooks said today.He. But, man, will it go: It won't be needed on purely
said advertising I or That's the word from a preview scientific flights, when the rocket
"Awake" In the New England of the X15A-2 rocket plane plane will be used as a space: THE NOTEABLESat
promotional campaign will feature which soon will begin trying for: truck to carry a star camera to
a "very heavy couponing speeds up to 5,450 miles an hour 250,000 feet, well above the atmosphere
effort." -or 8,000 feet a second. I
Great Threat Seen I Johnson says the X15A-2 had OTTO'SADDED
More Fuel Capacity Added
not been designed to exceed the
"Awake," which is labelled i a The rebuilt XIS has two ex standard XIS' altitude recordof
"frozen concentrate for Imitation -ternal tanks carrying an additional 354.200 feet but could If sucha
orange juice," has already; 13,500 pound. of propel- mission were required by the ATTRACTION n
been market tested in Omaha; lants. The tanks extend half the National Aeronautics and Space Ginny Lee Blues Singer
and Des Molnes. length of the 52-foot fuselageand Administration, which conducts
Hooks said earlier he regard. make it look like some the XIS research program with
the new synthetic as an even weird water bug. the Air Force. lie Your MICH Bartender
greater threat to the Florida For the first time since X13i
citrus Industry than General started flying In 1959, this one Engine Testing Main Idea FrL i Set. Nile Hwy. 33 lake Paeans

Food's other synthetic, "Tang," will be decked out, for record Primary mission of the Free Admliilon lakeland, Florida.
which Is a powdered drink. flights, in a coat of bright white X13A-2, modified during repair 4I
The Commission, appearing; instead of the traditional black. after a crash landing a year UNIVERSITYSUITS
before the Federal Trade Commission The white is a sealer sprayed ago, will be high-speed level
in January, has regIstered -over a coating of heat-resistant flight to test ramjet engine., he
opposition to the advertising .. material similar to that used on says. I 1 LERNER SHOPS
of "Awake," which Gen- missile warheads. The material Plans call for the XISA-2 to
eral Foods claims Is superior In will be sprayed over the entire be delivered here this month, Reg. Price SALE
taste to genuine orange Juice. surface before each record Johnson says, and It will undergo
The "Awake" advertising also flight In thicknesses varying several test flights before' 201 E. MAINs: g / I

allegedly purports that the quality !- From three-quarters of an inch attempting new speed records. JU I 45" . NOW 2276
of real orange juice depend on the nose and leading edges of Meantime the other two .
on the weather. wing and tail to a tenth of an X15s will continue making high- sJ 2676
Inch on the aft fuselage I altitude flights to test procedures 5500 . . NOW
E. W. Johnson XIS engineer' for re-entering the atmosphere FINAL DRESS CLEARANCE
11 SurvivorsOf lat North American Aviation safely from space at 6500 9Q76NOW
.. 'in Los Angeles, says the high speed.Bids orlglnolly' 5.99 .. 10.99
I heat resistant chemical compound J I Others At Low Prices!
will slough off from air OpenedFor 2.00 & 3.00
friction at 530 degrees Fahrenheit
Taken To PortNEW dissipating the heat before New PortCanavera I 7 Corduroy Suits
it can sink into the plane and' Sensational savings on some) of the sea ion's best ,
I Lock 30.00 SALE
YORK (AP-The CoastGuard weaken Its structure. I fashions. Limited quantities. Hurry 'In for best reg. ;

cutter Coos Bay headed Higher Heats Withstood I JACKSONVILLE (AP-Blds selection.' Misses', /Juniors', petite and youthfulhalf $1376 1
toward its base at Portland.
Standard X15s have withstood were opened Thursday by the .1....
Maine, today with 11 of the 20
survivors from the British skin temperatures of 1,300 degrees I'Army Engineers for building a
at speeds up to the cur lock In the Intracoastal Waterway
freighter Ambassador The<
rent record of 4,104 m.p.h. at Port Canaveral. I
search for 14 other crewmen
ended Thursday night and they! ; "Without the" heat-resistant' Apparent low bidder w a i blouse sweater ONLY 28 COLLARLESS SPORT COATS, reg. 29.95 . . . 13.76
ablative coating Johnson aays. Gregg Gibson and Gregg of
have drowned
presumed to
in are the stormy North Atlantic. "the new XIS at 8,000 feet per Leesburg with a bid of $2.9 mil-1 clearance! 52 PAIRS PLAIN FRONT PANTS, reg. 6.95 to 8.95 . . SALE 3.76
second would heat up to about lion. savings
Nine crewmen from the storm ---- --
wrecked Ambassador, who wen orig. 1.99 G %.99 Mice 20Cllrre. OTHER PANTS, reg. 9,95 to 14.95 . . . SALE 4.76 to 6.76
picked up by the Norwegian ore an
carrier Fruen, are en route to if 1.29 extro off prIm
Rotterdam.The It
Coos Bay, due In Port I' B..', miss this' ".......41... .rte.,
land Monday, also carries the< .Iu.f St..I.. b roll arnnf price .9sbwe
Nr air
body of Capt. Harry Strickland Cupboardbare .tyl.. III cettelt.,
master of the Ambassador which dacros'9 pelrnter b c.t- C.,4II1 b .11,.... .
was wrecked by Tuesday'] tan mare 1 51... U. Iaclydlsg' Isad ksn. I I.... Reg. 1995 Sale 876
storm. ? 3$. portl. Sires 14.40.

$3.4 Way MillionOn To Pay .of CASH? slim pants & cotton UNIVERSITY SHOP BUTTON DOWN COLLAR OVER 2001!

State Teachers pedal pushers sleepwear

'orig. 1.99 to %.99 SPORT SHIRTS $ 76
TALLAHASSEE (APMore orlg. %.99 s ff

than $3.4 million In state fund Now's the time to restock for the 99 99t;

was on the way today to 65 coun new year. When you NEED CASH.
ties to pay 8.743 teachers their
$400 merit awards for com for any reason you'll like our Slim, him casual war .t
pay .... .
Prk.s .1..h.4I
snh.od-of sevingsl Q. yawn
confidential service and
petence. fast, friendly, tiers, .,. 11..1.41 .. rush s.d ,./....... Ch.... from II
C'rfW :
It marked the final payment you'll like the easy monthly paymentsyou Is far bait ..Ioe'''''' Cot. w.lts ...."h ......, .lIy
of the controversial plan teach to re can choose to fit your budget. tog I" ...hl." eel.... Sian dell peiemss ....r e Mr'I...'. JO-doy Ch.... a Pooploi" Bonk-Morchont and
ward the state's superior
ers. The 1963 Legislature abolished Stop in to see us. Let's talk it over. 1.11. 5..11. m.dism, I.r.. e Mrr;...'. Revolving ChorfO Account Florid Nolionol; Bonk. Chorea Pl....

the plan after authorizing
this final payment.The HOW MUCH CAN YOU USE?

checks going to each coon. Cash. 1 1Irt hrmsntaFer_ COMMERCIAL girls' girls' b boys'

ry*were for the total amount due orist HM.. II Ms. 12.... 91=
in those counties. The county sportswearresses
board then will prepare the Indi 5100 --.- '10.07 CREDIT orlg. 1,00 to %..99Va 11t".ie'for
vidual $400 checks for the deserving :!OO Ut.86 51U9 20.14 OFFIXAMPLES

teachers. 300 17.19 21.881 80.41 49 & 79
The largest check $587,000 400 23.48 28.06I 40.00 LOANS INC.
went to Dade County when 600 84.39 42.88! 69.85 ..I,. '.99. sew 99c Far glrlas hlases, skins,

1,468 teachers qualified. erI. 2.99, saw 1.49 ... .
Included LOANS UP TO $IOO! .rt aces .ea .Ita MEN and BOYS"From
checks ::
Other large S.,. 50 n a ./rl.' drna ....r.f Sisas 1.14.
Broward$331,600 for 829 teach For skins, ....
.h..r LI..I.4 bops c.
en, Brevard. $204.000 for Si: 2407 S. FLORIDA AVENUE ..
teachers. 'I... Cenoss I" .1... sets, .urf" Mh .1
14. 51... 1.7.
4 to 104" 121 123 S. KentuckyiI
Friday Is observed as the Sabbath -. Lakeland Phone: MU) 6-6166
by the world's Moslems. i ..i.I .




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2? LAKELAND LEDGER Friday, Feb M, !9f4AntiAmerican

I British Feeling Grows Among Greek Cypriots I

", Associated By ALEX Press EFTY Writer suade Makarios from going to, of their camp to counter the time fighting they can no longerlive to avoid displeasing Turkey even more when the British gov of the Greek Cypriot Trust Club, either Greece or Turkey They !1

J NICOSIA, Cyprus, a Feelings the United Nations Turkish move with the Greeks and the which I I. an indispensable link ernment went to the U.N. Security noted for Its conservative attitude. assert the Turkish minority can
against Americana at well Turkish Cypriot opposition to I A spreading conflict was only acceptable solution Is par between the North Atlantic Alliance with the Cyprus Issue have guarantees of their right I
.f the British have been rising President Makarios' plans to I averted when Greek, Turkish tition. ( (NATO) and the western. ahead of President Makarios Greek Cypriot do not see but not all the privilege they I
In Cyprus among the nearly amend the Island's threeyearold and British troops on the Island Archbishop Makarios rejected sponsored Central Treaty Or. Greek Cypriots pictured the their problem In the wider context enjoy under the current constitution I
500,000 citizen of Greek background constitution led to the out were placed under a joint Brit NATO involvement In Cyprus ganiration (CENTO). British as doing this only a few of the cold war and a poe which the Greek Cy-
break of bitter fighting that Ish command an British forces because he had been pursuing This widely held belief hardened hours after warning the arch- sable rift in the NATO allianceif prlots contend was "imposed"on
This animosity seems to be raged in Nicosia over the began maintaining a shaky a nonaligned policy though he Into violent resentment bishop not to take the Cyprus Greece and Turkey are forcedto the archbishop.A .
shared by people from the extreme Christmas period. Shooting ended cease fire agreed by the two himself Is anti-Communist. He'against alleged British-American problem before the United Nations take oppoalte sides in a moderate Greek Cypriot
left politically to the extreme abruptly when the Turkish warring communities. also reflected the general feel- support for Turkish demandsfor hooting war over Cyprus politician contends Khrushchev
right. army contingent, based on the Except for occasional flare- ings of Mi followers in this partition. This in turn erupted "If the Americans or anybodyelse Greek Cypriots see the problem should decorate the British and
Public opinion hat undergone island under treaty rights, ups of violence, the situation remains -move. A general Impression Into anti-NATO street demonstrations send troops to Cyprus to a* a simple exercise in the American for succeeding
a swing In the last few week moved out of Its camp to sup virtually unchanged. But among Greek Cypriots is that and bombing of the impose a solution favoring par- right of self-determination by he puts It-In making Cyprus
Suppose that a Washington port Turkish Cypriots Greek Turkish Cypriots, supported by Britain and America might American Embassy in Nicosia tition we will fight them Just as the Greek Cyp.lot majority so more pro-Soviet in two weeks ,
politician known for his attacks and Army troops similarly the Turkish government, claim sacrifice the Interest of tinynonaligned early this month. we fought the British five years It can rule a fully Independent,than the Communist managed r
on all things Communist,' based on the Island moved out that following the Christmas Cyprus in an effort I Anti west feeling Increased ago" say a prominent member Island without Interference from I to in 20 years' effort.
suddenly decided to call on the I
Soviet ambassador at Washington '
and congratulate him on \
"Russia's brave stand In defense .
I of freedom and democracy
," Limit One Your Qiolce With $5 or Mora Order

Something of that sort has
taken place In Cyprus,

Many Visit Soviet Envoy

Many staunchly anti Communist I COFFEEEXCELLENT
,I Greek Cypriot leaders r r '
have visited the Soviet ambas- 1 Prices Effective Feb. %h Feb 2Z
sador In Nicosia to thank him Quantity Right Reserved
and congratulate him on the ASTOR CHASE & SANBORN
( Soviet Union's stand on the Cy 1010 E. ROSE ST.

f prus The question rush to the Soviet embassy 813 S. FLORIDA AVE.

came after PremierKhrushchev's 1-0,. 1.1&.
Feb 7. 4ge
message '
This warned against any NATO Co Call
Involvement In Cyprus' Indepen- j ? '
dence and territorial Integrity. ;,

At the time Britain and America ____
were exerting great pressure -
on the bearded Greek Cypriot f
leader to accept the stationing .
of NATO forces on the
Island to help British force GoidMedal Colonial
already here to maintain peace
between the 480,000 Greek and
tin* quality foods -store-wlefe low prfcoa and
120,000 Turkish Cypriots Strong
efforts McNamaraSuffering also were made to dll' friendly service bulb Hit evst.nwr ctufldtfwo. Flour' I Sugar I

\ Prim Effective Fslwanr 20 Tbm February' 22 SAVE 25 BLUE BAY LIGHT MEAT

Quantity Rigntt Rtitrvsl Chunk Tuna 5 I tlFv.t $100

J In SilenceBy SAVE I7e BRAVOCorned

FRED S, HOFFMAN Beef :.-' '- $100

WASHINGTON (AP)-Secretary {
of Defense Robert S. Mc- GIe 4, SAVE oc SILVER 'lOSSSauerkraut limit One With Mor
Umit Ont $5 or *Order
Namara Is absorbing in silence 1S m pni Tw 15C
Sen. Barry Goldwater's Increasingly .
sharp slings and ar-

McNamara Is not counterpunching DRYER 8e 2Y4Ga "

In public-and the defense / .U jS* 4n Sweet Potatoes uadt Fear 17C I
secretary's associates indicate 1
he's do SAVE lieLIBBY'S GARDEN :
unlikely to so. Ewa
McNamara Is not normally a Sweet Pease 2i : 35' -
man to turn the other cheek, or a I ,
avoid a scrap j'
More Fuel Seen Added 0 k SAVE 17 CRACK GOOD

But he i Is said to feel that : 'S r.
44 fc Jumbo Pies 3 $100
j .
making any new public state- .
menta In reply to Goldwater
would only give the Arizona Republican ie SAVE lOe CRACk IN' GOOD LIMIT 21 !
another peg on whichto '
hang his attack. Crispy Tree 25c 1
There were those among Me-
Namara's associates who reportedly DIXIE DARLING RAISiN' DIXIE DARLING FRUIT fillED /

I., a Jan.9.biting statement advised against he put Issuing out on -. s:::; Bread 20-' 29C Buns '':? 39c799r '

That statement came several! : NNA Meal
hours after Goldwater said for ew LYKES SUGAR CREEK.SMOKED
the first time In his campaignfor Q
the GOP presidential nom (flhEtwrsoar
ination that U.S. missiles are NLY 6 to 8 lb. Avg.
not dependable.
The Pentagon chief was said Per Pound
to have felt that that was the ICNICS 29
time to challenge Goldwater's GMNUNJI) : ;flMmW .Ntt:
allegation. before they became 50 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WHOLETARNOW'S
accepted by the public. with Hilt" fnp".nt.n e..i......ft
McNamara called those Gold *
water remarks, made at a New i Asp/ ': 79tewdwlrxwaca.laanwoL I
Hampshire news conference, .sNw W-D
"completely misleading, politically tiMii ONS rt* CUITOMII Skinless Wieners Lb. 200 200 BRAND U.S. CHOICE BEEF
CM***V>M Tknvi k Fikrawy M 49
irresponsible and dam Pkc.
aging to the national security" it) m 200 Extra Top Value Stumps EXTRA VALUE TRIMMED
Goldwater, a major general In WlJ; }1tl'fDllt; ? I1''OJ M'M 500, f.Ii i N 500 wIMMb.wwn.nlM.euroh.sod,. Bone In CHUCK
Dinarw. O.mdwr .Iww
the Air Force Reserve has been 1i I
volleying at McNamara ever iOOEXTRATOPVALUESiAMPS Extra Top Value Stamps 500 Extra Top Value 1 Pickle( Tray each $1.19 1
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since. ::
Decaf mnn.wu. c n.Lar nww """" '5lr I Ow.enly Kwlk CliM*Wlnn-Dim I *
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mara say It seems to them that : 150 .ni._ KWi, Wnn ahl.I
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Goldwater Is running againstthe UMII ONS ell CUITOMIICwpM VUitl Th..h MOar.m.,.....u... n abm L"nt Ono .... 200-mmf111111'11mlflltm I I 200
defense secretary; that the V.d"'_.h........OJ II Cou MK VHid Throu.H r>"'

things senator about appears McNamara to say harsher than ..j.i Nlm'/'t. ,''ti ,'t.'n 'M j 500 VJl1r'/mOl't'n'nlttt't't111:' : 500 n I

about his GOP rivals for the Frnh Per C
presidential nomination or about TOP VALUE STAMPS 1R GROUND 4 9

President Johnson. 1'MfJ.JlN .ss.d:.......... ', -RESB' P'gOD' 'UCE' BEEF Pound I

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the American Can Co. of New VrfJ IkMek Roast
Jersey announced Homer E. ') :ntS MORTON PROZM ", IA1'
Hooks general manager. R.fOkkesTarlley, 39c
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Lewis McClung walked along a S I Jf 59c I Cheese 65' Cheese .. 69' Asoo
shopping center mall Thursday, OM '. "! SARASOTA BRAND CORNID
wlrawata.aa (MrMIIMI
throwing a soft drink bottle MXIiI ONI Pit wN F PALMETTO FARM COLE SLAW MACARONI
through each of the 10 plate- c.-n i beef C
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glass McClung, 46, was still there > 1 1

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centers," one officer said

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___ Trailer HitchesINSTALLED


Two former member of the Lakeland Tigers will test their arms tomorrow when the first '

Tiger Early Camp squad game gets underway at Henley Field at noon.
I will be admission for the and six will be
Friday, Feb 21, 1&64 21 .here no contest about to seven Innings played
depending on how the pitchers Tare Another squad game Is on tap Sunday beginning at 1:30:

pm. at Henley Field OR
Frank Lary dropped In yes.terday ailment have reported no will probably be played and DO IT YOURSELF

and worked out with the twinge this spring Jim time and sites will be announced BOAT TRAILER PARTS
DreadnaughtsHost club. Although unsigned Lary Brown ace of the Lakeland later When spring
can practice with the Tigers in staff last summer, pitched drills open for the Tigers the LAKELANDMARINE
the Early Camp. If he has not briefly yesterday and reportedno farmhands will remain at Tiger- SUPPLY INC.
signed by next week however,, ill effect from hi. brief town. Official training for Syracuse ,
Manatee he will not be permitted in uniform workout. and Knoxville will start Highway *2 or I. Undarpaii

when the Tigers open their Several other squad games about March 10 at Tigertown. |
, regular drills at Henley Field ,
t He indicated his arm was in
Winding up their best basket gym. Should Lakeland win good condition.
ball season in seven years the the Group I tide, the Dread. Slated to pitch tomorrow are FRIDAY 'TIL 9:00 P.M. SATURDAY TIL 5:30 P.M. '
Lakeland Dreadnaughts close naughts would face the Sara- Ron Chandler and Bill Lewis. s
out their regular season here tonight iota-Manatee area victor and Chandler law only brief servo
at 8 o'clock with a West Manatee Is favored there. To ice with Lakeland when an MOORE'S STYLE SHOP F
ern Conference contest with the night' game could well be a arm Injury sidelined him for
Manatee Hurricane. preview of the first game of THI LONG REACH-Lirry Hogon 40, sear confer for tho the balance of the season
Lakeland is 14-6 for the season the Region III affair. Mulbtrry 1'.nth..., machos high, obovo ovoryono for rebound.Lorry Lewis who Joined the Lakeland
and 9-6 In loop play. Earlier However. Coach John (Son- Frlii.!!, 44, ., lest Boy worchts as fait I.,', Roy Many Tigers after graduatingfrom CcfcfirfffiiirWASHINGTON'S /
this season Manatee knocked ny) Powell pointed to the vast block out Mulborry'i' Wayno Miliy III foreground. Mulberry ...* East Stroudkberg State,
off Lakeland 75-65 as the Canes improvement of King and Winter footed! fait Boy, 8-46, In opining gains of first round of the had a 7-5 mark for the Tigers ,
went Into a wild scoring spree, Haven playing Lakeland to Tamo Boy Conforonc oil 10 Mulberry High, gym ytttordoy oft- and hurled creditably all summer i BIRTHDAYWITH
hitting well over 56 per cent ol a standstill the last time the imoo. their field goal attempts. two teams met. Ed Rakow ( pronouncedROCCO
Following tonight' game I Since Lakeland played Manatee Worth Price Of 2 Books ), obtained from Kansas PRICESYOU'LL
Lakeland will host the Class two Manatee eager have City In the Rocky Colavito deal,''
AA, Group I, Region III tour. I; returned to eligible status Rick $1 Will Pact will be one of the hurlers alona LONG REMEMBERSOME
, ney here next Friday and Carlson and Skip Lujack. Rich Buy with rookies Fritz Fisher Joe ITEMS IN SHORT SUPPLY
Saturday Winter Haven and : ard Trapp i I. another top Manatee Sparma and John Skulley. Spar
Brandon meet In the first threat ma and Fisher are two first OTHERS IN GENEROUS ASSORTMENTSSOME

game with Lakeland and King Powell's starter will be the Of Hurler BrosnanBy year men on the Tiger roster STOCK NEW
In the nightcap. Winner cam as he' used for the past with Fisher given a good chance
j> meet Feb. 2t for the group eight weeks: Paul Jackson, of remaining all season with the SOME OLD
crown and a berth In the Re- center Joe Shelnut and Dan I MIKE RATHET I terial and his entries In the Bengals. Waiver would have to
gion III tourney the following Sherman forwards; Bob Oen- Associated Press Sport Writer baseball book placed his Job In be obtained on both youngstersto

week at Tampa Chamberlain brink and Kenny Deal guards I Jim Brosnan right now is jeopardy with the Reds. He ultimately -them permit to the the minors Tiger for to season send Every Price an Eye Popper
Available for
reserve duty are worth about the price of his two was let go.
Mike Burdette and Ricky PeickPowell books-in paperback editions. I Brosnan was 38 with a 2.84 ing.General Janes I
Kathleen i Manager
indicated that as soon The 34-year-old right-handed earned run average for the Campbell flew to Boston to
| Finale Today as the season closed several pitcher and author of some White Sox last season but again attend the meeting of the American
member of the junior varsity! note was put up for sale Thursday -!fell into disfavor over his writ League director con- ONE
Kathleen High and Lake Vales would be promoted for tourney by the Chicago White Sox Ing. The final break came cerning the Chuck Finley affair One LARGE ASSORTMENT
High ware to have closed out play for $1. It was understood that Thursday when General Mana-' (see story on this page). Group
their 1963-64 regular season basketball the deal is contingent upon the ger Ed Short issued a quit writing And yesterday Manager Chuck DRESS
schedule at the Kathleen Lakeland Loops purchaser also taking his type- order. Brosnan said he In- Dresden spoke at a meeting',
High gym in a contest that got writer, at no extra charge. tended to continue. at Cape Canaveral (Kennedy). I SUITS AND
under way at 2:30: p.m. today. Sign Up Tomorrow Offered Cut Brosnan laid the prohibitionon Mike Christino spiked in a
The game, originally sched-- Brosnan and the White Sox his writing was in his con workout Wednesday was backin SPORT SHIRTS
uled for 8 pm. today was Registration for the two parted enemies In a contract,tract and he refused to sign it, uniform yesterday. Several
twitched to the afternoon due Lakeland baseball programs dispute centering on his Insist- because it "appears to be un stitches were taken but Chris. 76 '
to a conflicting school functionat will be held tomorrow at two ence on publishing his observations -ethical Brosnan also said tino participated in yesterday's 176SPORT
Lake Wales High.It John Cox diamonds at 2 p.m. ol baseball during the aea Short was guilty of an "un-!drill I
was the final tilt for eachi On diamond No. I the Pal son. Brosnan indicated a store sportsmanlike attitude and had So far all of the youngster
quintet before entering group metto League (13-14) will cut from his 1963 salary of prejudiced my position in obtaining who were troubled by arm
tournaments next weekend hold its registration. All $30.000 was not an issue. another baseball job" by
Kathleen will host Auburndale boys, whether they played In Fame came to Brosnan in waiting until Thursday to issue'WATERS NAMEDTom I
Bartow and Pasco of Dade Cityin the league last summer or two fields and at about the same the ultimatum. '
the Class A, Region 4, Group not, desiring to play Palmetto time as he helped pitch the Cincinnati Surgery For Tito Greene director of athletics ONE
II tournament Feb. 28 and 29, League ball this summer Red to the National The Cleveland Indians supplied at Florida Southern Col- I
next Friday and Saturday must register tomorrow.At League pennant In 1961 by com the rest of the day' base- announced today Hal Waters .' 1/ RACK
The Jayvee game today was to diamond No. 4 the Lake- piling a 19-4 record in relief and ball news. At the same time lege,
have followed the varsity action. land Dixie Youth League will authored a national best-seller., they reported outfielder Tito has been appointed coachof (((1 COATS 11
register. The program Is for "The Long Season Francona will undergo abdominal golf. Waters succeeds Roger
Women's Cage Tilt boy In the 10-12 age group. Brosnan followed up the first surgery for a hernia they Wilde who has taken a positionat IiS
Another registration session book with "The Pennant Race":also announced the hiring of a Florida Presbyterian CollegeIn
The Ron Volkswagonettes. I Is slated Feb. 21. First some magazine articles and a physiology professor to help St. Petersburg. _i 1776
women' basketball team will tryout for boys In the IO-year 4-4 record. Both the written ma- bring the club into peak physi
play the Orlando Rebel. Sundayat age group I I. dated March 7. cal condition.

3:30 p.m. at the Kathleen I Dr. Lawrence Golding an ex- Wrestling

Senior High School gym. I NATIONAL.rltr Th. "NOCKIV._,..**: ICAOUC Pm Santa Fe pert on calisthenics and a Kent
There will be no admission 11I.. *.t 1, .....ft a. State University professor will 150 PAIRS ONE
charge for the game. The con.. TNU.aDAT'aIONT' prescribe corrective measures'
test will be played under girls' .'AlllrT*.>.A M oe.ntr,.M.!ll.Pm lit Pitta.kunh ,for the Indian after giving WINTER MEN'S TABLEYOUNG
_. ....
rules. wale MeCrM. lit HereTomorrow
tests to
-fto, ;. I Plays designed measure
strength stamina, physical fat, MEN'SCOTTON

Finley May Sign 3-Year reaction time and flexibility. HAVEN AcKS PANTS

Mulberry WinsIn

Lease With Kansas CityBOSTON I since Enjoying the high their school best season began TBC Tourney I' ARMORYSaturday 8:30 S'6 to T6 276

playing basketball Santa Fe's MULBERRY The Mulberry
(AP-Fellow club ley came and went without the Crimson Hawks close their reg- Panthers advanced to the sec
owners confronted Athletics' lease impasse being resolved. ular season with a pair of week- ond round of the Tampa Bay
The end games. Conference high school basket-
Finley camp I Is firmly
boss Charles O. Finley Fridayin convinced the league has no They tangle with the tough ball tournament here yesterday ONE
an American League summit grounds to disenfranchise him. Frostproof Bulldogs at Frost afternoon with a 68-46 victoryover
meeting designed to settle his Cronin admit "Finley has proof tonight and then returnto East Bay. )I ASSORTMENTMEN'S
stalemate with Kansas City officials threatened litigation from the the Kathleen Senior High In other first round games

over a Municipal Stadium start" if such a move is made. School gym tomorrow nightto Zephyrhill routed Pmecrest ROBES
lease-or else. Earlier this week however tangle with Melbourne Central 11330. Gulf turned back Turkey BRUTE BERNARD
President Joe Cronin Cronin also told a Senate subcommittee Catholic Creek. 6352 and top-seeded
The Hawks are 18-1 for the Hernando had trouble in edging SKULL MURPHY
the league has
has made It plain the powerto
alternative already be the expulsion do so. When he ordered this season and one of their five Brewster Tech 32.24. DEFEND WORLD 4'6 to 016
of Finley may meeting Cronin advised that if losses came earlier in the season Tonight' schedule will list TEAM TITLE
The principals, armed with a settlement was not made the at the hands of Frostproof Hernando and Gulf at 7 o'clock VS. 601 POUND
The other four defeats with Mulberry and Zephyrhllls
adviser, weren't talking league is prepared to hold another were HAYSTACKS CALHOUN
legal much prior to the closed door meeting which will "con- both by Class A schools two following at 9 o'clock. The two COWBOY BOB ELLIS
sider the termination of membership each to Eau Gallie and Kath- winners collide at 8 p.m. tomorrow -
cession. leen.. for the championship. MIDGETS TEAM
in the of Charles I
close to Louis league ONE
But a source
revealed 0. Finley and Co., Inc" Following this weekend's I Larry Hagan and Eddie Murphy WITH HEAVIES
Nizer Finley' lawyer play the Hawks will begin the with 19 points each paced LORD LITTLEBROOK SOCKS RACK
Nizer has advised Finley to: Kansas City officials
represented long quest for a Slate Class C the Mulberry scoring attack WITH TIM WOODS
Sign And Sue by Mayor hiss Davis and title when they clash In the i IAIT ar I BEAU BRUMMELL 2 76ft
ahead and three- Counsel Harbert I,. f'ftto for
I. Go sign a City Hoffman
year lease under league pressure -sat In on the meeting at Cro lllcOu... I a a ah.OIO l I I
tourney at Brandon. Santa ,
nin' invitation. had John".... ,a .I 7 w.lao., .. r 155
then They Fe will plsy Plnecrest In the M. s e I II MATSUDAVS.
law suit against the maintained the Municipal Sta- N.a.n e I 10 M.r, 0 0 0 TIES
2 Enter a second lame with Tampa 11I.1. a' 45.i .. 1 0 a
league for forcing him into a dium lease must be for four OLPH meeting Clearwater ,Ho."o"Tuc... ,4 .I e.f eras*,ii.r 5 ens, 0 DON CURTIS 676Te
lease he did not wish. years. Finley has not waivered Catholic In the other game. oN-.. : / en .ft.l.ft" a 4 76

Cronin ordered the meeting from his twl -years-r-nothlng Winner play Saturday with T.,.,. J? 14 esl;I Toteto II "* 44cor Ricky Romero 12,6
after two deadline set for Fin- stand. the victor advancing to I ter *..rtrtlulMrry
group Joe
14 IT as vs. McCarthy
the 4-team regional. Region Salt 0.. :: :. aI Jr. II l/::44
I ONea.Nuf.I 4K" tointi.
POLK PREP ROUNDUPBloodhounds III victor advances to the SPONSORED sr
four-team State Class C tour.
PlantersIn Southwest
ney at Gainesville. ;
High coring Mario Monte Green Hornets ADMISSIONRINGSIDE SWIMSUITS

Key Southwest Tilt will be at center for the Hawks 2.00
with Dennis I Newton and HarryMcClernan. 1 Southwest Seminoles chalkedup GEN. ADM. 1.50
I forwards; John a 42-36 victory over Lakeland -
AUBURNDALE Auburndale honors In the Southwest Florida UNDER 12 .50
Stanton and Mark Mislaszek Junior High at the Lake
need- Conference basketball
High' Bloodhounds race. guards. land Senior High School gym. TICKETS AT
ing a win to clinch second A loss will ruin Hardee's Mike Mohler Robert Stanton Robert Cash with 15 points led TONY'S PHARMACY

place and Plant City High'sPlanters chances as the Wildcats trail and George Muehler are also the Seminoles to their city Junior IS 5th Street N.W.
seeking their 36th consecutive second-place Auburndale by one 76 & 176No
expected to see action for San- high school victory. High WINTER HAVEN
league victory meet game. However, a Hardee tri- ta Fe. for' Lakeland Junior High with
here at 8 p m. today In a South- umph and an Auburndale loss The Hawks are coached by II was Kyle Shipley Phone Cr 3-3344
west Florida Conference basketball would result in a tie. John Mack.
Auburndale can do no worse Pasco vs. HornetsDADE

than tie with Hardee High for MINERS PLAY .s 's
Down Pap""nt. Up T Si* Mtnihi
honors in the SWC. A CITY-The Pasco High '
runnerup 7:.
T. Pay. Uia Your Bonk Credit PI.".
victory would give the 'Hounds Pirates and the Haines City FORT MEADE Fort Meade '62 R+
second pot all alone. Plant Hornets collide at 8 p.m. today High' Miners close out their
City already has clinched the regular basketball season at 8p.m. -LAYAWAY-
in a Southwest Florida Conference
SWC title for the second season today with visiting North"ort CHEVY II CHOOSE NOW A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY MERCHANDISI
basketball game which has
in a row. Myers High in a non-con- YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED.
no direct bearing on the SWC
The Planters will have to stop erence contest.
standings 5 To Choose From
the high-scoring Booty Ethe-
ridge who has netted 147 points It's the final regular season Season Finale Open Friday Night Til 9
in the last four games. Plant tilt for both teams $1295PENDARVIS
double-trouble in BRANDON-The AuburndaleHigh
City present
the duo of Gerald Danley and Blue Devils Play Bloodhounds will close out
their 196364 regular season 1
Mike Rollyson.
The Jayvee contest begins at WINTER HAVEN-The Win basket! all schedule at 8 p.m. I I
ter Haven High Blue Devils and Brandon HighIn
tomorrow against
Tampa Jefferson High battle at a non-conference contest.
Bartow 8 p.m here today In the regular CHEVROLET CO. I
Play I
season final basketball game
WAUCHULA The Hardee for both teams. It II a West FHA VA 310 No. Florida Av*.
High Wildcats host the Bartow ern Conference clash. MORTGAGI LOANS lokeland

High Yellow Jacket at 8 pm. The Blue Devils are 2-13 in FIRST O MORTGACI' FLORIDA CORP. I, Vit 207 EAST MAIN STREET
today In a game the Wildcats the conference and 3-18 overall -7svc. .. ous auUNes.' I V1
must win if they have any hopesof [while Jefferson( itanda 6-10 and eaaN. IIIU 4U1L..LM.a1 AN.n.m. so Yton of Quality Itrvfc/ f. Mtitn Eke laktfand' ArtaI
gaining a tie for runnerup 10.13. J 1.



, ,

22 LAKELAND LEDGER. Friday. Feb. 21, INI

, tulane Faces 21st Straight Loss 'Experts' Favor .

I By TED MEIER It's been dark and dismal f.r, after finishing last In 1963 Tu- clnnatl! and Bradley. Now they '

Associated Press Sports WriterIt' the Green Wave of Tulane I lane !Is the only winless major are In first place and 10th Panch In 500'By
team In the country. ranked nationally In The Associated .
been a happy season In Whereas Drake Is close twinning
Play Rebels Press poll.Bulldogs.
college basketball for Drake's the championship of
The Greeniei! from New Or. Win
"Destiny Darling.." In contrast the Missouri Conference
I Valley leant have lost 20 straight and The Bulldogs whipped North JACK FLOWERS sportsmen NASCAR National

I I II figure to take It on the chin Texas Thursday night 77.71 to Assistant. Sports Editor I Championship event on tomor- .J
again tonight when they play up their MVC record to 8-1 and row (t p.m.) followed by a late
Mlsjlsilppl at Oxford I 18-4 over-all In the only game The "experts" figure Marvin the final starting order for the trNdR
I Panch the local lad will winSunday's
? Ted Lenhardt In his first sea- involving an AP Top Ten team. 500";: and Sunday It's the
ion aa Tulane coach had his Seattle nipped Utah State 96- sixth running of the "500". getting under way at

short sleeve sport shirts boyi run under a ladder coming,94, NYU trounced Memphis 500" at the Daytona International 12:30 p.m. Petty In a 19M

Not al load. I onto the court last Saturdayagainst State 95-71 Idaho State upset Speedway I Plymouth will be on the Inside
reduced to only Alabama !In an effort to Gonzaga 10365 Virginia: beat The "experts" are members of pole position with Goldsmith .IiN
"'...... Ise fin 1 79-73 and Cross the Pure Oil Racing Panel. another '64 Plymouth chauffeur
break the jinx. The stunt didn't Maryland Holy ,
$1 .17? ch.lcerI change a thing for the Greenlestor edged Connecticut 60-56() In other Selected to finish behind Panels on the outside pole spot f J

whom its definitely a case games. In order are Richard Petty,
of wait 'til next year. Bogash Stars Fred tartness Paul Goldsmith, PIT STOPS-This writer raven -
Junior Johnson Fireball/ Roberts Petty, Lorentcn Ned Jar- .
How different the season has Five straight baskets and a
been for Coach Maurice John free throw by Gene Bogash Jim Paschal!, David Pearson rett Lund and Johnson, In that r

I + and his Drake Bulldogs from pulled Drake out of danger after Darel Dlerlnger Parnelll' order for Sunday's checkered .....
a Des Moines In preseason forecasts North Texas had pulled to Jones, Buck Baker and Johnny na,. Ticket sales Indicate
they weren't given a within 47-44 early U the second Rutherford. more than 0,000 fans will NICI STRING-frt*<.lt, leases, Mf, sad. Ms ann.....11I... t.

chance In the tough MVC half Bogash fouled out with And where Is Tiny Lund last seethe "500." Lee Roy Mrs co..". T. Ron*, rudly' .Mi a' rice 21 specks they cough

against the likes of Wichita, Cln-l seven minutes left but still was year's winner? Ysrbrough of Jacksonville will white flthlHf Ltk Pussy here l I..t wttktud.. The Ors|

V Tt high for the game with 23 points According to the panel Panch be seeking his third consecutive In LtktltK.

l and 16 rebounds. A crowd of will turn the 2'/ .ml1e high- victory In the 250-mile modi- !R
7.350 saw the action at Des banked paved trl-oval) at an aver- fied-sportsmen race tomorrow., !'
v/pli; i I Molnes. age speed of 162020 miles per He will be driving the same FISHING-HUNTING

hour for the 200 laps. One "ex- super-souped 1933 Studebaker he II
pert" favored Goldsmith with a won with In 1962 and 1963 Poor WeatherII
RACINGSlMif Rochelle Plays time I of 170 mph The lowest Two driven are looking for ,

t / average time was 153.391, awarded their second big triumph at the I I':.
Douglas Tonight
to Lorenzen. This would bet- "Big D" this weekend. Nelson

"Rochelle's Panthers will con ter the 1962 record of 152,529 set Stacy, winner of the ARCA 250- But Fish Biting j.
by Roberts. miler two weeks ago has en- i
clude their home season tonight j.r
at the Rochelle High gym So one thing la certain. If tered the modified sportsman s r
IT'S TRUE! Schwobilt'i throwing discretion when the Lakeland five clashes the "experts" are experts there feature A. J. Feyt, the American By FRED W. JONESHuntingFishing
of will be a speed record estab-- Challenge Cup champ is
with Douglas High Editor
(and profits) to the wind by reducing lished. in the "500" lineup. f"f
PM in Southwest Negro Confer I
a We have been rather surprised lately by two things the
The winning ? That'sdead
250 SPORT SHIRTS (values to $4.95)) to ence cage contest.chalked 6854 heat)) Ford received three a AMERICA'S FUTURE astro- length of time this bad weather haa persisted, and the good |

OLDSMAR, FLORIDA Rochelle up a votes as did Dodge Plymouth nauts may well owe their safety fishing. that has prevailed despite the weather!
just $1.17 as a Washington's Birthday Spe win Wednesday night In Clearwater and Mercury comfort and success to the One can expect some bad weather In the winter time even 1
POST TIME It45 P.M. Plnellas High to f
against Panch Is a Ford driver. drivers In last Sunday's 2,000- here in Florida, but for It to hang on week after week like |

cial from 5 :30 p.m. Fri. till 5:30: p.m. Sat. MINI DAILY RACES DOUBLE and bring conference Its season record total to to 145.16-7 kilometer "Daytona Continen It has Well as w. said it has rather surprised us. ,...

Off end 2nd Races Three Panthers were In double THE SCHEDULE for this tal" The driven cooperatedwith BUTI People are continually calling In good fishing re-.
only weekend at Daytona will include the National Aeronauticsand and has
ADMISSION 504 figures. Roosevelt Pugh topped .ports- that surprised us too. However you can't
Rochelle with 18 points while two 100 mile Grand National Space Administration argue with lots of reports and the only conclusion Is the fish
No Minor races today (1 .m.) to de the physicians of Baylor Uni
James Foster had 17 and Rob- p are disgusted with the weather too and have made up their
CM e..* Matw u... ..* ermine starting positions for the versity's college of medicine to
fatrtfw Tour km sunk.dkwl ert Hamilton chipped In with the minds they'll bite If anyone will just show them a bait.
Nrote.. 500"; a 250-mile modified- determine the effect of tremendous I
II. stress and temperature The reports aren't of excellent fishing-rather they're of

LET'S 00 TO The Panthers, however drop- on the driver's abilities to good fishing For example Mildred Slayton (who has been I
THI RACES ped the Jaywee game 45-32 Dreadnoughts Bow .
S. KENTUCKY AVE. operate the high powered. Intricate .11. r "
j Charles Bell with 11 led the To Robinson, 6-1 machinery during the 12 taMe4! say TID. ..tu....,, ",,", s2. 11th. MI." lld5 a'N 8
; I'lose /. law fcaa .m Imj son ri1MrAss ..... oata ale p.nt.j NI..0 nths .14
hours and 40 minutes it took to .. Las .,;m.

.--'-- n-__=:; ..1k .....1. '!I;..., U/A- -u. TAMPA The winless Lake cover the 1.243 miles Many of '" '11' r If r <,
"If land Dreadnaught golf team the drivers were wired to tele- letting her work Interfere with her fishing lately) got a good :.\

dropped another match here metry equipment to record tem- string out of Lake Parker the other day And we have talked w.

FREE Wednesday when they bowed to perature, pulse rate respiration with several people who have taken good strings from the
I LUBRICATIONWith the Robinson Knights 1-1. and heart beat. Doctors canal out of the north end of Parker.
: Lakeland Is now (0-1-3) for the In
I studied these transmissions
You probably saw the picture of the 135 speckled perch
.. season. The Dreadnaughts' next the pits while the race was in caught In Lake Okeechobee last weekend by our good fishing -\ ,
Each CITATION OIL CHANGE match will be Feb. 28 with the With the speeds the
Plant Panthers at Lakeland's cars are reaching a few buddy Norman Bennett and his party. Good reports have t,

Cleveland Heights golf course. of the drivers may find them come from all over the area.
Lakeland dropped the 4 man selves "in orbit." The reports from the fishing camps are also good. For
J /t New Kind Of Motor Oil match 175161. Lone Lakeland example from the Williams Brothers Bait and Fishing Centeron

point came when Harry Guice TWO LAKELAND drivers are Lake Parker at the power plant-comes this:

\ ---- (46) of Lakeland defeated PI looking for competition. Clarence "We have been busy as can be lately. The fishing has .

wetz (47) of Robinson. Rice is dominating the picked up a lot and specks are showing signs of going on

liftnATI Other single matches, all won early model action at the quartermile the beds. Some bass are hitting up to 9 pounds or more

PURE 8ffA1181J MOTOR OIL by Robinson: Grantham ((39) I asphalt Lake Region and night fishing U good when the weather permits ."
beat Joe Lewis (46)): Paul Cut-I Speedway Hugh Oglenby Is the I

dry (39)) beat Mike Jackson "King of the Mountain" at the Lake Porker CatchesAnd It

((43); Carter (36) beat Jim Tampa Dragway. Look for
515"5 MLS 1 Crumpton (40)). I Harold Peavy. promoter at Lake the Williams boys send along some photos to prove

All WUTtl'IIIIOTO" Ol All matches were played at Region to take over full operation their claims including: "James Mills from Auburndale and

Lasts Longer Without Chantjintj MacDill Air Force golf course of the lpeedway-<:oncea- R V. McSwain 1035 Woodlawn Ave., Lakeland with string of
here. Individual matches are sions and all. Plans also are specks from Lake Parker

Fortified with extra additlres to especially meet the needs of today's cars and today's car owners over the hole route School under Activities revised -In the making, like two weeks "M,... Jimmie Butler 613 Henntisee St. with 4 bass tol.KIng

NEW CAR OWNERS-following manufacturers recommendation for fewer oil changes Florida High rulesBaadeBoadwoy away for Saturday night races 14 pounds taken from Lake Parker on a black worm. Bud

OLDER MODEL CAR OWNERS driving/ greater distances between oil changes Association / instead of the Sunday afternoon James and Jimmy Beasley with a beautiful string of 15 bass

need the extra engine protection of new Pure Citation because it's the motor oil that LASTS LONG. card. With the cars and com each totaling 44 pounds caught from the pits near Saddle Creekon

ER WITHOUT CHANGING. COME IN AND CHANGE TODAY! Win petition getting hotter red worms. Gary Varnaltoc, 1040 Buena Vista Lake Alfred
it's cooler at night.
weekend with 18 specks and 1 catfish from Lake Parker ."
to close down
Jason Baade and Wes Roadway Peavy expects From Mrs Gladys Crowley of Fletcher's Fish Camp on

teamed to defeat Ken Ball for two weeks will after begin Sunday'sraces his Lake Lowery this side of Haines City comes a whole bunchof

SAFETY SPECIAL and Farrell ChooseYourPartnershuffle Bruner 48-44 and Saturday and night he program with a photos of people with good catches of bass and specks
win the I'
at the Civic "new" track Meadow- They Include:
tourney dale International Raceway "Alfred Gresit of North Carolina with a 9?. pound bass;

Center courts Baade Boad- Carpentersville, III, became the An unnamed man with a string of 23 speckled perch; C W.
In another match -
and 27th race track to hoist the Robinson of North Carolina with 3 bass; another of Alfred

way downed Eve Spencer while Ball Automobile Racing Club of Gresit with an 8i pound bass; an unnamed man with an
SAVE Clinton Rule 64-17
:. L'.L: 5.10 Bruner downed Arlene and America (ARCA) banner A 8'{ pound bass; Arvie Creech of Ohio with a 9'/i' :pound bass

,, Ralph Thompson 5512. The 250-mile $10,000 minimum there on purse Sunday and Orville Padget of Ohio with an 8% pound bass!"
Thompsons eliminated Ethel and race is scheduled John Miller of John's Fish Camp on the north end of

-i', rl 1. 2 Seat Belts (Installed) Floyd Prescott, 3824.A July 19. Lake Jullanna reports fishing slowly Improving and folks

field of 19 courts was In trying to find enough decent weather to get out His report:

b H 2 Borg-Warner Seat Belt place. Cheese went to the vic Mat Card Lists "Orville Martin of Kentucky had a nice string of large

tors. specks caught at night. Russell Patrick only caught two specks

Retractors pia.| Nail.Guard aN5 I Match For Title drifting but one had a SchllU tag.

"Buddy Grey of Tampa, who got so many tagged fish the

f t't WrestlingSAT. i I The world tag team title will past two years finally got one with a tag this year. He got

t : Reg. Price . . . 22.90 be on the line at 8 p.m. tomor- six bass the largest, S'/i pounds

I row at the Lakeland National "A. M. Reynolds of Lakeland brought in a S'/i pound bass;

Special Price . . 17.80 NITE 8 P.M. 'Guard Armory when the Von Bud Porter of Auburndale got a 44 pounder ."

LAKELAND ARMORY Brauner brothers of Germany We also have reports from Cherry Pocket Fish Camp and R'G l

WORLD defend their championship Doug Jennings, both on Lake Pierce concerning good speck

Protect your family.; Drive; confidently.Let $ against the Torres Brothers. fishing-with photos to prove It, but we'll have to list these :
I Save s.16 1 TITLE MATCH In other matches. Ike Eakms. catches later, for we're fresh out of spscelBOWLING!
install these belts in the new Southern champ takeson
r us sturdy seat -- -- - ---- /
e t T N. T. Napohtan from tr

your car. They exceed government / Pittsburgh Pa. while Billy
Karlson, tr
0t05 Parks meets Crusher R'S

specifications for strength. Price In. in a request match.. r
IIIOSTONC LIAOUe [ Mith taam tamo, Strm Ray *4t.

eludes two belts and installation. i .. ..radlay 0_ .WON u.LOST, ?M,tft taam aarlafc tttt Haw M.t.M.ah .
.. ,
101..01.01. 'U M /
I Pony Loop Slates !. awl, PPun5M so .. I" Individual tamo, Mark _olIO
i a. M Pf-adust._._ S C.eoll..hH reed. 7001 OJ I Da M Oca'an 'IIdllidu.l' oarlofc ....| MiattCharlM r
Tomorrow ... ,
Tryouts all rem tama C.5 fit Pradu Hint alt
i I 2 Ci M,.".. N.n4..,.,dual MrlM. LdwA (all. I LI.i'iii.nw. \
| The Lakeland Pony League a TO. ... La.1
: -1 SEAT COVERS TICwhir M... 'Individual I :id WI'". 147W 1. C.ernyhlt n. J* r
(11-14) baseball program getsunderway :N 2 Allay .... 17 11JPanthar. rt
.. : :: if
at d Ma. 247 term tall 214. aN II
tomorrow Carl _.. .1. Sail 0"_. .. . 12 It t
Park when regbtratlon 211"I,II 5.w1/, 111. i M,ah rem. tama. FlrakalU. S07.
\ Sportsman's I M.... ram aar.... '.'_MOo 107*. ;
and tryetits are 111. Bakky, aloe 141M ,
LAN(LAN. 51M1-CLAIS ICwon _.... .
>n individual Nancy Hlcka.Mn
;i5, Choose from many colors, designs Special scheduled from II am. until LOT 2M, DanniiiMaddack, .... t
I. Lak. tlanny Mokilaama I.M
i a Y lr and materials. Smartly tailored noon. Park Nay !*'.> tOUTMWttT' CaLmest
ii ". t fabrics. Colorful durable All bays living In the 2.5 raft Na PaadfMm f IN 40 { M ITT ,1. W MaaM wan 2* lait dU 1k
/ :: ; : : S ..._. k
I eligible to par- 2 'tj 41"
area are M.hmq.T ,
i plastics and fibers. Expert custom =:: wN.'Nm Na: :, 1140ih .. :''''_ 2* II
run Lmw' .m 7S.n .. .. .
$1195| | ttelpate. D.5. .. !> It It
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fit. Protect upholstery dress up WORLD TAG TEAMCHAMPIONS I sow M.tft*",InIWMY.am5. Maward KllM. _".,.II'. 'Individual. s...... Paul wllkn

carl! eases M.." individual, aarlaa Paul Wllkln.aan .
your INSTALLED STOCKCAR I I Mawtrd, :::r.-'b: 2121 Oanny, ankln* .... .
HURT and) HAUL 114 Od 11 4 Wlla." 2211Davlar
Card 217 0 -- 2t JannWriont
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PRICES GOOD THRU TUES., FEB. 25 PUT TITLE ON LINE 5. tuburaan.. Vraaana jT 110 II* 11 T4 Malntanana. I It* tAacaanMnt t.

Against Californians 3,, .au4l44n..".*...'. h.5.75 ell 101 102 t To SI Oar......tiana.. .'_. Mam Hutlan, till t Mary I.M. |

Top \'o'.e USE YOUR PURE CREDIT CARD The Torres 1.0.. | :H..m..". ._.rt,. man N"1,75 Walt, CI.Mesas...,. 5055'i>. a.Smith. i 077d1 N.MN InN .4-niitP, /fn. M ary 1f

1 w E OR LOCAL FINANCING AI RACES ,NN5,4h M.... ....s3.... man_. Walt, C...McKay..... 5750.11 HarrN.t5n 20*, ,123 0ME.Arne Marian, I
Stnnps ***. ::104| Frad Cannar 201SPAMrriMmt

4A1 LAKE REGION 200 run 0MS LIAOYtwen
tau Taylar, lot J
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Back Cuba !I Friday, LAKELAND Feb. 21. lilt LEDGER 21

Bishop Henley, In Tampa From --"':StoAt: ADVERTIStMENT' -


n Says Ties Of Faith Fellowship Still Hold i I In JUDGE IiItnial POLK: IN COUNTY COURT THE* :of COUNTY IN(FLORIDA AND FOR


:: TAMPA (AP-Chrlstian( ties legislative body Is convened In youth, noting that many men:'public knowledge Cuban Methodism ZIM knoon OttO M, KORKHTIHIII'A

of faith and fellowship are Mill Pittsburgh !i and women I In their twenties'i continues to grow in 0.., .HHdllfl.d .
Tn .Ml i"rm-dllmmr.. .nd P..n. 1111-
strong in Cub. Methodist Bish. 'An autonomous Cuban Methist" were gladly assuming positions spiritual vitality and has become ii'0 "I.lon. or Ilsllun. "I""' .'
I I 'of high responsibility in the more deeply aware than 0.1,1, ':.I.'. '
op James W Henley of Jack. od Church would no longer church." before of its of 4',,", nd.-atsofvomayImir-
ever sense mission
$$& 10, ,,,,. to HI. In iiiM.Ntci HII
sonvllle reported here Thursday.!,be structurally related to the In preaching and daily witness ,1.1". ..".. drmIIdn .thlrhl -'ii

: H. has just returned from a Methodist Church In the United,I Estra Efforts Made ," Bishop Henley said I'Ko.KI.' .... tho ..Ialn, ot 5lIt .
ciii': l \ XIMUKII aim known aa
I&11 ',. week' visit to Cuba His second -States," he said, "but of course On the financial side Bishop The Bishop returned with an .'1011I:11"'II'IIII'A: /.IMMKK dc-

+ <& since the 1959 revolution. close fraternal ties of fellowship Henley reported that the Cubancongregations empty suitcase having given all aid In .,'* nffl. of RtCHAltD. .
I :
I A HIIOSHON: Cmintv JuilB*. i
The Florida and Cuba conferences I'with American Methodists would were making. of his extra clothing to Cuban I",. ..tii,* 'In 'Ihn ,"...i'l U..".. s.dIIsrI'mni

of the Methodist Church be preserved." "extraordinary efforts" to raise I friends Hnrlda. wltllln .1.l ..1, iir -
; funds for salaries! and .1. i month,, f...," Klnuarv ;. l"h..
comprise his episcopal area. 1,000 Methodists There pastoral --r'i AOVICTIIMENT N lil. h la I lh. rial of lOs first pub
Bishop Henley reported on his I other church expenses -THE: CIRCUIT-COURT-OF- Hi'al inn of thla imll'*. Each claim

visit to Cuba in an address to ,' He said there are 175 Metho-1'' He explained that in recent THE TINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT nr,,,.d-ond...t. DIP 1111'SI plai h..* "f In .,wrlllnct .".Idrn....

Announcing :members of the Methodist dist congregations in Cuba with months the Methodist Board of IN COUNTY AND FORPOLK FLORIDA, .,"d I....' .,m... addiruImnnl or IS'S

Board of Christian Social Con about 9,000 members I Missions had been unable to IN CHANCERY ,' mtiat hp n..oin In amt j
afnrpuHld or sine
: DP
Numerous Cuban Methodist :send to the Cuban 1 P. ir\\m: and ) "Uol *
The First cerns a national agency of the I money HTAM.KV 0"I<:nlOTR f1'I': It non'* Kill" bpinmpold
church which Is holding Its pastors and lay leaders fled the 1;church. He added that the U.S. .1! Plaintiff. I N. SI KNIOttI'Adnlflintr.ii'r I dr A. ,

annual island after Castro came to government recently granted \H SWII.E.IAM
the '
meeting at Causeway I.tsfi.
I IIKNRT: II .1-HIKR ) -. ,
Annuals -- -
Inn. power, the bishop said and permission! for funds to be vent rt Hi IwrfnrlHnli ) NOTICE: TO CONT.CTORI

I some of the ministers are It'rv.j through the World Council of NOTICI: OF SUIT OFFICE 0" THI STATE I'IOAO
Two Went Along 1-1: TUB N .MH OP 'IIIK STArE DEPARTMENTallanaiatl
ing as associate pastors In Ml' Churches OK .'II'IIII'A.SO.I..I Florid'

He was accompanied to Cuba ami. Tampa and other Florida During his visit Bishop Hen- <: 'HIJMVtON rVliruan 1 II 1. I iSIS

PROGRESSEDITION by two New York staff membersof I cities I!Icy ordained 10 ministers at the r-siI-n.'n II \III'In tin. Shun"KIIIWMIK., mMiiKxand II,, k MAINTENANCE CoNstRUCtION PSOOCAMOS0'nIwI AND

? the Methodist Board of Mill I "Faced with a shortage of I Matanzas Methodist Church, ItiiMd l.nolr,. N..r1h .'....,111'. r nK hldH will hr ip.flini. .. II. lit

sions, the Rev. Eugene ordained ministers, Cuban Methodists Cuba's oldest Protestant churth : W 1t.1. \' ".1.1 U' III:Sin Il,,. .. .' K.iHd I mi-Ill 'iftIl .
H Hilb.ll and ,,1.\II V lull. I I.1KI1:\ :
!.'* "Hnlland Kn, ldlnFUNDtli > 'i''' Intn
Stockwell and Miss Marian L'I have rallied to staff all He also visited the Matanzas Iii. Klfr' s S.- .,1\1.... illirl, i..Hi- 'n"-'ml4 i'i"rid,.. ft'sm4miOIIIi'S::: ; :
'di'mi. I la unknown: MAN I KWKVIl'o i'. ... .
Derby churches with lay leaders where Theological Seminary operatedby ohrm 1mw, U"1 10n 5 St.mS
... ,... .
S .eII mirl rn.lclrn.i- I. 'inknown : 4' '1' I nh.. Tu.m.dsy 'h, imd I.,
"W* were received most pastors not available he Methodists Presbyteriansand ; If IK Inn. "... irriiml 'Huh, lOr Ioll'h 1'111. f,,' 'h. folln""Kwok.
'a.:: Sri.. d,5ins. in.airnn. 51In' ..
i 0' .
graciously by Cuban Methodists -said, they are training Episcopalians, and one of ruditora mid all olhrr p. i...". .

.. Be Published The ." Bishop Henley said young men and women in increasing .!!the few church schools which .......I."n. 554 ,'nrt",inll"nilnlinlnir .. III Nrc-SOT-Sm".SrI..'llnna In- Rid'S""

By "Their faith and witness werea numbers for church was not seized by Castro! or.. Ihiixinh, mid, i nrahiM -..-".w, Rio' R"d, Ynrm Its' .
tin ... mid all othn '
( I'MNUMII. Nm.m: "h.r, 1".
great inspiration toI... leadership 11 Training anmi..iii( .. nr cfliiKuiillnna I$ 'II NohIns "f ..dlll..1 mttsr ,...It
i ( LAKELAND LEDGER One reason for the trip. Bishop Henley I said the iimmliK. or ilaimln. lo hav'. any lhtn ..n,. 1..111" dolli n.v h.I..d .
Unit, nil. (" IIIKMVH In mid toIII ..
Bishop Henley said was to confer churches he visited some with At the seminary Bishop Henley |."'1.1)' den.I'Ih..d h""".-,", 1.1S'rs't'n'sI .", ,'n.. slIt" nol h. 1.."...<1

1. with Cuban Methodist lead out notice of his coming were, said he found IS young men 01' AUK limKIIY: l'isil'it"tt-tS.. ,ilrI' I h5sfl. hnllr erlor In .
March 28th trim ii ..n li.. I"... liruunhliiRHlniit tIn,. tnr mo'n4n.. hi.
: J Saturday, ers about the church In Cuba attended by large congregations -preparing for the Methodist MHI In ii i-4'irs-ui fmiiiof POLK COUNTY ,'ICONoA"V

becoming autonomous. Piltm. I ministry and four young women lh. Trmh .1""lI'Inl iI'im'uii InHiid STATE PROJECT JOB
for full church (or Polk I'muiIy. .'10"1".. In NO. "890.102. SR ...M from -"!<
IT'S TIME WE TOLD inary steps have been taken he "We were deeply impressed training -time '. '
< h.ii. bllu- I'l.lnlllfi. J. I'
-o r. ,N I 5 1,111''h of I'll
said and the petition for autonomy -by the realism and faith of our work. and Klanlc)'
will be acted upon In April!'church leaders both lay and "Under the difficult and often' ..t. *5 rslnip ..t i. \I ,....n..t.' "f n..dl"m .dlnlJ '''. '
., .,,
1..1.. '.d. in 'h. .1. U..... TU" 1 ApllOIH
THE WORLD ABOUT when the Methodist General I clergy he said "We wereparticularly disconcerting conditions that IIII..d ,'i,,.., to quiet Sills I.. .Id in 1.1".k'"',. S"'''' .... : .'
Conference, the church's top gratified!! by their prevail! In Cuba, which are of Plalntlffa' 10Hi : I. 8"d I"cld.nlol, "..",.. 1"8''
; "Ninlh' S5 arrno t Hi.NV ) "Hill-
>'|, nf 'Hi. ssvs. "f KiillonII A IToixiMil (Ium-ani>' of not iraawn
POLK COUNTY'SDECISION WASHINGTON- looniihlp tl Houlh, llnniiiiK i th fill |nrrnt 11%" ) of iSO
.EIp School Band Contest 5:".. ,liital, Aillial Hid, In II:* lorn, ,>.rpllh.
Time I I BU", "r Ih. N W'4 l.f Ki.. .-i. a .rllfld ,ihrk ....hl, '.*
EconomyHealthy linn 21. li,.. n.hll' 21 H.'illhHioiRt. .lii-<-k. In,,.I i-onipany treirilr' a
.1 i-:...1.. thik I bank draft of *nt ,.11".1
Slated Here TomorrowA "II.' N14: i.f 'h,' "MV' 'i( nr K.iIliin ..,i. atKiil.ank, or a Hun-It Hid
't : TOE 04'. 'r..", li.h'l'! l'' Mnillh. 14.nd. Hindi- IMMhl to III. Un ,
,,.. 1 ...
Ito 5: : "n r ..r the Hlat nf rloilda 1O'n''
I In In. H.:" of it h. Kl, ..t lha .ih bid A .,v..t. '>i
high school band contest tomorrow lor ratings will go to Tampa a i. m'il' ,1\ i-i
NW >4 and Ih* H\\". of lha .....fl In NII HIIIOIIIU |I.aa than Fh ,.
In 1963 will bring 16 bands to May for the state band contest. HI:< of f'iii. Mmid :II;, .nt 10") nf III* actual hid ulllinalldnlii
rI GO Lakeland Senior High School fora \\1\i ,, Ih* NUH of HitK 4" ,Ih* bid lOS,mmi I'S Ih* I'", .
AHEAD The will
contest get underwayat < .
4 : unit Ih* NI.: of it.. .."...1 I lluarant, rurrrd ln IH r, ,lit
: full day of concerts and 8 o'clixk tomorrow morning NWi* nl lha KVVV nf Ih* .4... (l1'mmi,' I nf Ih* pppaitmnnl.a ,tlnut.

r WASHINGTON (AP-In the marching competition. and will last the entire day linn 1ft. 1n. n.hll'| M HnutlItatiR ', .'. II Silt| l>* r.d".1! uninnallialh -
!I :0..1.
lo ln pvn'*nt HOT ) nf
1Jijj Send Copies of The news from Washington: 1 Five central Florida counties ,ending with a marching exhibition -mid s..a.r. hnbi* rmilrd loin Ihpnnin.iit'. patlinm*. ('''"

: I ECONOMY If the U.S. econ: will be represented in the contest at Bryant Stadium at 7:30: U''Vr5'i 1'1..elh I.'.' 'iii. >,"''''.'r'I'I.lnl Amissm-r mii'Ufli5. '" fI t"im'idan,.,il irika lOm-m.mtrv ahall ha\IOt8m Rluti,'. 'iIS ifpoial ,

: DECADE FOR DECISION omy didn't boom In 1963 it did and bands receiving super o'clock i-ii..iitc. .Iio-y ti ImrmI. 5,4, SOsda .h.n confo'MCo
r..ctmInr. I'. ci. l3s 545: i.. I..,; 'AD Fomm 1140 ,,..,,. Nso.m-
show lot of flash ;
Progresi Edition a according Lakeland High School's Dread- Morl.ln. and fll. ,h orimnnl I Ii. ,b.r.63) 'urnl.h.d wlln the Pys.
to government figures I naught band will its ill. iilfli' of lh. I'li-lk ..r inn Ii 1 Ir. Form
\ I Court VoidsConviction play con ,-"11 T* Your Frlendi. I All wmk" la lo b* donr In aicor.lnnie
As the hit' cert at 8 o'clock tomorrow .
expected economy MI.I-I.IH iin nr l.cforc Itlllh il.if > with th. I'Inn,*. H|" ,'Iflcatlnna \.
Let's 'Brog.A.LitttsAbout Polk. the $600.billion mark in the final morning followed by Southwest taut. A P. I'm If >nu fnll In Hnd Kli lal Troxlalona' .ifth
du JinlKiiifnt hv ilifmilt win h* ,
Itoail lrm.rlflm."mt.I
months tt.t year and appeared Junior High at 8:30: o'clock. The ,Uki-n o..I..t you for lha n.II..f *',olnon d/'r Pl.tpoanl Konimma

i'&Wxffl still rising.A Lakeland Junior High band will "*",,.n... In Ih. roinnl'lnlMK \ IIP pur t-iiard ht ynallfl.dl
r | ASP .mnl'-Rt'i:.. .i l Bur uro'lmr,, nppllc-allnn I"Ihl.
EACH production Increase of 4 percent On play at 9 o'clock. tow. KlirldN, HUH lha uih ".\. olclmmrx offl, K f",'upon lot.5A pr art Kit"a

___ ___' was above the long.term PassportNEW Col! Harold Bachman professor A I' l'"J<. .*.. nf "'1",". for pri>al>*, tlhid.
$ COPY /./ It. II. ..OAS. .in. ml.ifl.S'IS 1.lon. t'mr nmn.5ImlmI..,..
average and slightly higher than emeritus In music at the ( Ink cinnlt Court. "Sr In IIII'h., ..*. for eta "0 I" r
ENCLOSED official predictions With price ORLEANS (AP-A federal University of Honda will be I'olk CountUHIIOW >', ,,'1 onliri. fnt. 15n'S,m'immflinhlI '
!''Iorld. ..
Mail or Bring This Coupon To IN A inflation figured In, the gain appeals court has ruled unconstitutional -one of the concert judges. Ihe I'-177 of. b*,dlrrld I IH with, to ihika'tb. Kimln I..h'*'rotilm.

was 5.5 per cent. a federal law pen. other two judges will be Ed -- NOTICE: UNDIR I I.. IS. Hla Road I""m'nl "f
COLORFULWRAPPER ahzmg U.S. citizens for leavingand FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Horl.lH' (Th... charg.a Include
bandleader Brandon
James at
I THE LAKELAND LEDGER There were substantial Increases CO \\ 110M II MAY I 'DM: 'I':HVNoil : tint. Salta and Uat Tan. No r..
re-entering the country High School and Richard Elliot :: im i. I I. hrrh> alvin thul II <. fund will ba modal)
: : 1 reported In corporate without a valid passport. of Fort Lauderdale. ii',,,....lolI.d., liuraiinnl to I 1mm- "rliHnrKlu 'I 11,,'riohl I. rraamd to i-..4.5
P. O. BOX 408 profits In 1963 and both private 4 1111",, ... N.II'", i4inIis'' ,, ..f a its or nil hldaKIA1K
Corner of Missouri & Lime and rolls I "The government cannot say H,'il I Inn 411'. OH, Ks'lRlalr /\ will : HlUn OJ<:,'"n1'MI.'l'
pay NEWS OF RECORD with III. Clelk lit th, Ii '1.. OK rlXiKIHA.ions
Lakeland, Florida showed considerable gains. 1 to its citizen, standing beyond I .ni ii'mimr" 1. In and I'olk <'""""u. ii PIll .ii-s. ,
25'EACH. However the Incomes its border that his re-entry Into I i'immrimia. lilinn I of I Ih* III I bHlrniHiiJA
gamswere ciRcuit COUCTcii. ntlon of thin nmi im ., II fun.llnna :. w BROWN
Enclose 25c each for
less pronounced for small the land of his allegiance a Bu,1o ." .. Hlai lllihwaKmln, .r
: .. Sam. 'lo-wit II aV II Iruik
copies or $1.00 for 5 copies. businessmen and professions : criminal offense" the 5th 0.! 5iiiii. ansrt. di- H.nlundr 1 mhl.h" I am *n. I--I7<__

U.S. Circuit Court of appeals Rliliard Eirl LlndMir 11 Caralyn B: K94I.-.J III ....In.... I ..|.....1 10 *tlnull -
OR men and farm Income LlmlMvy" dl.o ,. I In In a rrilaln
said M.r, It: WIUIM v. Richard W. Whll IN THE: CO UN T V JUDOE'S
Thursday !
MAILED FREE I to the 1961 level. 04, dl.o'r. 1.1111.11111 |ormd at UMI Nw laill' |' COURT IN AND FOR POLK
UlKhHKV I.Hk.lmnl I InrldHI
'- All told the Commerce Department Conviction Thrown OutA P.rh.m iriJ" Pan 1.1 M."mor 'l'h.1 I I hipHMIin, lnliri-at an. COUNTY FLORIDA' '
in the U. S. Canada IN III.! : I I''A'I'N: nhKnnth
Anywhere or .. ,.. ,'
Tin. 5 ii" Bunk at Utlra mail* II\liitcn-at In MidUNln
said Thursday that the three'judge appellate court Ko!.rl W Prut .t UK morc..V.. '. i ... .rntrnl. ..* .. follow.\ I* Colllna. Brlo .
national the for** loam.Frra .. ]DY ti..i sum..1.II"W0I1'1'IIIIIO"loIJA'I'I' ': 1'0''''
5 gross product, sum panel threw out a lower federal Ad.." Ed LawUn .l >l vi Land All .." nrnOn'S I'..ont Ii5.ig .
l am enclosing $ . : I hi. I4lh' dHV of lcliiiiiiv
Pkrlora Inc ,
of all goods and services, court conviction of Negro jour. el .1 mortiM. fo I, ,,, 1"14, at Uakaland, Pulki.iinly i'hImo 0' i'.mism di A..ln.t
Pleat Mail the Decade for Decision reached an annual rate of $$600 I Prod Ad.mi M avion rt aI vi lnd I Irw Klin'Id*. "old Em.lal.' .
William foralll'gedly ., ,
:, : Edition Tot nahst Worthy ,.. in. .5 .1. 10,1... .'0'" I 11111 Vi oud.m.h of you. ar I I. If"
: Progress billion in the final three months .... b. nnllflPd' to fll* In dupllrat nil
illegally re-entering 1'h. 55,0,.. Bink v. Robrn I-fHi c.ecu.iCousy. if "',../1., .. n n m d d.-."i.nIs whirl. 4' Iih i
of 1963 For the entire year the the United States after going H Cii, rt u. morliui lorwlcnurard THE: TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT otm.Ss. ,,. III* *mal* of Klh < .

FOR figure was $585 billion, against to Cuba in 1961. 1'..Admit,.... I"c.KU Ad.L.simisia... B.HIdina! Mai Land. 0" PLOSIDA. IN AND WOSPOLK I. ,".llIn. Mr, .1*.*...4. 'ne
"... II. ...allnR. 'n. .1C".'... ,ish.tflr .1 .1. mo'..... 10'" COUNTV.- IN CMANCIAV..UIT ml, of Hie of Rlihard" A Nrnnaoiiy ,.
NAMIJ.1J4 .u u..u. ou. TO IUMOVI CLOUD '.. .
Worthy whose home Is at Indite, it hi. offk. In ihCoin
> j 0..... ... __ ON TITLE I II.",.. at Rmtow, Florida.
Boston Is a correspondent for Polk County rtr vi Edna K. Outhrl. No n.'HTil 02.10lARRY wllhl" sIn .I..r. m"nth. f''ft'n

RAIL DISPUTE Four rail- the Baltimore AfroAmerican.He .. dl.mU.IICM Hun J. MMII. Mini ) J II, IHM which la the dnl. "if
: : .ss Pollock, vii Jam Mon.roo .i ES N S 'I"I'JC 11 HMiril! I I ha flral' publication. of Ihla, fir
$1 1 road unions have lost another Pollock final" drr* dlvori' I
Is the only American citizen .trlotd L.mar Au'" J, ... Uorln- hi. wlfp, j Ii-... so. h ,'I.lon or d..mlnd numsiI

_ _ _ round in their court battle to up- indicted for entering the -..Man. Alli-n find drr* dlvime 1'l.lntlffa, I I h. 'In .,'lIh,.. ninat mate th., plainf S
Th. .han.. National Bank ol lam. \M I fl. addraa
i.'timl nn'fl'S pnal of c
CITY STATI set an arbitration board's ruling country of his birth without a "final'. PUv.. M..,, "V Ann Blown M al,. h'.irt.hht r. now I 1C and ) of th rlalmanl' I, muni h.
- - - that would allow the eventual passport. tinm* durrmt V Davli iitifl>k Wlifl.I. *Frank DaOr HrHWIM: R Iii K. I .worn to and muat b. flld 'in
: elimination of Ii.. fln.1 ....._ di...,. HpfiiMlunla. I afi.rn.ald or .... will br--
I :1 more than 30,000 Worthy said he had "long COUNTY COUIITBut. NOTICE: TO DEFENDKTA roni.old'
: MAILED jobs .,1'" rr up n.oitiin ,., SCAlE K.
that the 5th Circuit judges ,
HAMI hoped John a w5dd AwM-laltl Inc 10: ni.KHii It. huts, 1I..f."dllnl. IrisUbun
The U.S. Court of Appeals would not blanch In the fare of VI.n'' .Darrtll, AmimI,,'.' anil

Thursday upheld a district court and unconstitu a'.nd.'d' Oil Co >lc v. ThoniM C I hvrpHbiiul' \KMiWN: : '
FREE these arbitrary Collar,,, rlvll 14119 Tou ar. hnrpliy, mitlflpd that Ih.. NOTICE: OF SALE:
: ADDRISS ruling that the emergency law tional" lawi. Rut Lp I"I\II vi will Miller. riflowtrn iilloiil i llanillffi, ha>. filrrt a lO WllllM 1C MAY "ON"I'R'oo:
enacted by Congress orderingthe 5,5. .... ....... <.iiinlilalnt' lo ...n...\* i'In'1) on Illlp You ..* hrby. nntlflpd that lbs
In a statement Issued to The M. L..n I lh follnwlnn\ d'lh. l .liinilHMnir firtlowlnn nioinr Mhlil.
j4; 'Anywhere 1.'I.nd and mi <
__ _ __ arbitration to head off a nationwide Associated Press, Worthy expressed raidPatric, L.'. Ann Kfflpi.' WhllfiW.,"J It Pla si I and l.plnn .aliiim, In Suit.I'm \nlkawasn, Mndpl 911
CITY STATI strike last ReSiiuiuln
August was ciu uiinly. KlnlMH In wit
- - - I In the constitutional and that the hope that the Johnson elu"I'. 1Cd.ln Hsisr "0. Wlnl..,. .. Nil,. I ."" j In ". ".' k t "fOIIANUr will. I.. "Id at piihlli ..10 at I" 'min
special .nd P.n.10 A..n Coa'' oWI" ,
administration "will be more ,.. :V.IMH" Ml IS I' I V I- In k nn Ihn Suit daof M" I lI'M
arbitration panel acted ......H..n.ul .. Worm.n 84 Lok'l.nd. ..III.... I ahPlMiiil, .',,,,Id.. amm' .- ,01 I'AI'I. NAVI.OH MO'I'lilt*.
U.S.or within its legal authority. enlightened than Its three predecesaors" .nd Uronad'no' Smit: Barton. at.Hn.i.4rsU ,,line/ In |ilnt 'It-pniif r' iarilpil Inn F.. Main JIll. LakPlnnd I-1'""
: to La..I.nd In 1 IMui Hunk !19, I'liim Hi,
HAMS the right
on public' I
The four operating unions OIIU-n 11 L... I'lllillillPiinrla: ...rI fnlk I nun' lilnMm ,'....... of Ih. .0"! will l lppllid ..
know and to travel.Dispatches Wa,.. .nd Jo Ann Uuiiinsa Hay. 'ii 1'lfIIl. to th* pMvtnpnl mflu" I
have said they would carry their Jl. Lak Wali-i, ...__ id' > i"l am"rPiliillPrt lo .apfv Ii i.f niHklna' .''uln. and .nl,. r
k ADDRESS fight to the Supreme Court. Filed "|'\' uf your' Anawpr to Ih* Cinii.lilalnt sumS motor vphlil* and thi I <
: on Hi* t'iinirn'"ro.-y., inililliallon nf nolle', ofin!. "I rlIhPn .
: CanadaORDER He traveled to Cuba In July Moore 'Irnlaiin, anil Kuliptla, I'. O Urawprl -' to Ih. ..f.'lnn. nf II.. I ,

PACKAGE SALE The reder- 1961 arriving at Havana aboardthe Garry lkpnii| rlnrlilH, and fliphp N.,,'. dup unilir. Ills ">ntiii, t I' n 4
CITY STATE orla-lnal In lha IIfll I. a of IhiInk fl.ARI-NCK. HndJKNVKI.
- - - al Communications Commission S. S. Guadeloupe.. He filed '. of lha l-In',, II'IHIII' on or : KI-I.I.V:
from All im. fin Ih* I lllh ilHy of Mm 11 A tJINIo4. sit III ny HI .
the dispatches
has approved biggest! group numerous news Quitting ..HimnlH' I.'la

sale of radio-television stationsin Cuba 1vn" fall In tin an. il.n.. |iroHlflKKU ......rlnx il,. tllllllll'ln. .,1 4,5Ilr "..
". i Will I IIP Plll.-l.ll, t aHHlllHlii I .hl...... Anj' "'', 1.1"' 'I 4 I I ,,
NAME YOURS history He returned to the United CBS Shows "'"' f..r I I.. rpl| ,r dpinnnili-4 In llm, I'.'" I.' "''II. .n,1 smmli "I 4 I ,
: In the $18.5.million transaction !States Oct. 10. 1961, arriving In '''iniiliilnlUIINKMM' ilHlihiinpHld> fur ,"1h..h''', ,. '",.""' "
.. will take : my hnnil anil offl..In I mm",,Im-r uld ..n' ,'''' I .
three purchasers Miami Ha, on a commercial ," ,
ADDRESS PHI 1 .f offli HI Ibm I'ulk AII"I.\'I'I'H I I: HHl nl 4
i NOW over the 11 stations of the Trans- airline flight from Havana NEW YORK (AP) Garry '",",,1\ H'.rMu Ihla Ilihduyhlunry of l'OIlI"I\A'I'II.\:
Television Corp. "'-' A l I' l iiHH.AI. <. liT: 1'Al HUM1: MM""Illit IW: ,$
continent Shortly afterwards a federal Moore. whose Tuesday night : .) II.. It. KMIAN! ,JR <5 M knntilikt All
: CITY STATE The Taft Broadcasting Co. grand jury at Miami Indicted television variety show will note f'I..'" of <'In'nil Coml.y Uikpland Iiiml. .,

K'1' ,;: - - - paid $28R89,310 for seven stations him for unlawfully entering the > renewed next season says 11t'I'U'Y Ilr..hy ciprk llniin sr-cot. -

,' h(" ....;..; .....", .0>> figuring each broadcast U.S. without a valid passport. he'. quitting his other two Coumbia .,. NOTICE OF ...Li-,
I. ing facility as one: WGR AM. Broadcasting System NOTICE OF INTENTION TOFINAL You sun hrhy 501111"IIIU''Ia

; HAMI fM and TV Buffalo, N V.WNEP'W. shows and may not return toroadcastmg MASS: APPLICAtION W055 follnwlnt molnrhl. I I.
.::;: DISCHARGE lust Kal." 4 dr. fln 1
: on
:'. ; : I
.. Scranton Wilkes- Girl IsIS. : ,
'..... .... Scouts > E.lninf sat tISt nn7o
.... Barre. Pa.. and WDAF AM. FM HI no 11111-If: r>.,| will h* nnld 1 at public aal is nt 1 "
& : ADDRISS Moore after a in year careerin iri A LI,. WHOM IT MAT CON- ,,.i Im. k nn 'th* 2nd dm of MJ.I1M. ,
.. : :..-:-. ....(. ;.:. and TV. Kansas City. Mo. !Slate radio and TV announced 2IN: at l I'\l i'I., NAVUiH 'I'1 .I IHI47 fl'
.'. .. Time.Life Broadcasting Co., Playday Thursday he will as moderator Sntli. I. hPi.hv suns. that I K Main III. 1.AI' I Incl I II.Id. I.
, resign hat fund my, fuml ri port la idmlnlmriiiui
CITY STATE Inc.. paid SI.S6S.OUO for KERO- of the TV show "I've Gota i inn Ipalainrnln ..nm *"lha pro< *.da of Ih. ,ai 1, .v ,,, .
TV, Bakersfield. Calif and Event TomorrowMore m's'm f IhnHut.. i>f liutxirl : niiilid| to Ih* l's Min-iii 'nof
; Secret" and give up his daytime "' 11M,K, ilpiPHapil. thai I HMV rflaklliR: atorlnc HI.I:; 'Hl.l .
: Midwest Television Inc. ac radio show fill, -d my |,,'1111.." for final di.. ." motorhlcl. and tlhll.atlon .... '
quired' three stations for $10.- ;i hnr.... ..... thai' I will nl,.pIY| InIh I ",, of noil.i .' ,.,r ." ,.
;: % h %- FM and than 100 Girl Scouts will CBS! recently had announced linn. Kll'IIAKJ) A. HHIINHOS= : ,I lhn to th* antlafnclli "f IIUK '

V#" "X' ......................... J-: ........ .. . .. 085,000 KFMB AM participate In a playday tomorrow It was dropping the variety hourat Couiily. JildK. of PluS County. ,* du imdir th* .1'' .1 I
Calif. Plorlila. on el' Huh IS lut of MannI'nil .
: TV San Diego. 1.l''IItK BROOKII
: : :; -'oI, J ; if j : :f I at City Park In a program the end of this season f.apprnval I ..t HIP ain. a nil t, O tin.: al.
; I ,,,
if lor final dnyhmFgaaoatiminil nl'liiB"IIy.III"
I'iiill' .;.. .......... .........,. t...:. .;;.:-A.:.... designed to help the various I "I have a very active mind .i',.. of l h r..iat.' of 111 Hi iIIIIFI EkIn.: /Ihiflnnni. ., In* n' I
. .-. MOON CASUALTIES TheI acquainted and to : .f. pcapil.. ,
; : ',<' : troops get ,and 1 just couldn't face a broadcasting 'ornhli'I*. Ant -'I"l
: :
,.,. ; ::: ; odds are that two of the first 30'allow the scouts to exchange! future which lliU 7th hiss nf Pphmarr, 1981 ,MI Id to ",MI unit i ,-", .- I
: requires ..
,1. ._ .:to; 1''IIt.I \' ".'.IAM" "liibl' t.,1", / "
: : ." astronauts may die In the U.S. knowledge of games songs and only eight working hours a A. Ailinlnlxtratiir, I inn ,,pai4 ''is', t. >., ,,il l "" ,

'1r.3tr =-.:: effort to land a man on the dances week," said Moore. 'I'aimrmtmAnn.n'"ftIl. .\''14'1'1'pM: I II''I'' '
of ihiht l
: ; I 'K" Mnan I'iIII-I!': \ I HUN
Alan B. Shepard
moon figures The activities are scheduledto Whether he works or not, 111 IHHI-rt HY: 'I 1"1.111:111': M I I Ml. II'
,iJr.. the first American to berocketed ,.ftl1 : I,. ..' k' .
begin st 10 o'clock and will
I BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR FIRM REPRESENTED Moore whose contract with CBS -PUBLIC NOTICaNnll. l..k.'n",1' I I" ,
into space and row in be highlighted with an observance .
has II will he .. I'.g.
sears to go paid i !I. ri rny aim nfl lIlt thp
1 IN THIS GIANT, COLORFUL, INFORMATIVE ,,.training for the lunar flights of Thinking Day the anniversary more than $11X1,000 annually (11. '.nonml....," nf th. i lly nf -'NVITA"TI N-TO elo-. ,
ll I!!! Replying to newsmen's ques- of the birthday of the 'n'l 55-ad. will anpnl h... nn "..1" "ll.ln", "II 1 I,. I mm' ".
j THAT WILL TELL I In..n.. for workman. ,iomnn '.. .ei''.. ,.f r 5'i''' 'Ii. '
EDITION 5J! tions at a luncheon Thursday Hinders of scouting, Lord and -.Ii"n., n.lllr.1 I san ill-l rllmllonmiH '''', ',,' ,,,', i.hnlnd' S'I".I" :,: '
Navy commander said the Lady Baden-Powell School Club 1I.lolilty hlHIlkPt, Hal"Illi V nnpropprty .1 I'll: I''I"I'' hiidm:; l'nhImm'ii ,
THE BRILLIANT STORY OF POLK COUNTYIN nit opwr.bimnp. nwnprahlpInformatlnii ,, I I. t"r 1 h. '111I""' h.... or
lithe is without statistical The Girl Scouts will also hold Incl mmrhlm.. .n.u., ntsAuinmm'idAlnlssrr'npl"Ir ,' ,
WORDS and merely represents an Sets Car Wash "n. Tp"il fnr bidding '145, and qunlChromntotrraphy In '
a brief Scouts' Own ceremony pll."' .,'. m.y h.. .,"..'S fr,mInI''h., mRll, t.I'III'd bt 1'"bnl, '..n
estimated casualty rate generally devoted to the Promise and oftlip of Ih. ('lly Clirk. All bill forp
PICTURES and ADVERTISING accepted by the astronautsto Laws, the basis of all scouting. The Santa Fe High School ninm hp plainly mnrkixl """'At.U .- On. "n,,') 'll 11'81 II.. ChromatiMiiaiih .
iial ti
I'.l. BUM ON= INHI'RASTK" anil. Ilk* end |
be S per cent. Brownie and Junior Girl Scout Para-Medical Club will hold acar In th. nffli'* of th* ('lly Muiiu IA M !<"l,'ntlflc M'Kl'l. IIORIt .

troops from John Cox Combee wash tomorrow at Gengler's '.*, n"t I..., Iran T'10 P M. sub Inltt aplltl.r option'
To have firm representedin whli-h tlmathpy (its 1,5.1 NOTE Tuaday Manh tlllli It
: your PHOTO AUTHORIZED Service Station 2202 S. Florida :-.Jl1.n.lrl .
Kathleen Webster and Griffin will b* opnil and puullilt '. and f.nal I lir

this issue call WASHINGTON (AP) The school will participate as well Ave from 9 o'clock In the morn- ] ti Hiiptiiirii MIMII mo
1' with iii'fl' apllllr 'jpllimI
Th;. City r..*" .. ii,n m nht I. |11S
House passed a resolution as Cadette troops from Lakeland log until 5 o'clock in the even- ..cput m.lrnj.'t U,,, ,.... ,," [ ." I 1'"''\ ,, h r K. O II l..k.To .'

Bob Powell at 686.1151 Thursday authorising a photo and Kathleen Junior High! ing.The ,blita ana to ."a ,ll'4', .'. ,' "\If 11.1., I" ", ."I.'lIbmlll.d 'In. 5

graph to be taken of one of its Schools The senior girls will purpose of the car wash "C It ISa bPlnK,i ,ir-:, }Ii I ': ."" .",,'!. t'

regular sessions It will be ,included lead a sorgfeutiuatemala I. to raise money to send a club mm..\ .", aiimaibi ,."

_-___iI in future editions of al|II I-- delegate to the State Para.Med ",0'('I", \ ,

pictorial book on Congress en-i I ( is the moat( pop- ical Convention in Clearwater liltI.os 5 1 1" '"" \, II HANka.'

titled 'We The People" |luluui nation in Central America. m April '\ 'J



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I Friday, Feb. 2!, 1M4 CLASSIFIED MO DEC Suppll 107 numbing Suppll.Montgomer
'fl4T lB F.e4tt mr w 9 loots, Motors, .


IN TNt. CIRCUIT COURT Or'T'... = WITH KrMOYWOTHW I OI t tccRrl1 t t2E1Jfl iann aallb*....

T NTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0" GREAT e n re, MddleblkM. eutooardi trail. WATERHEATER

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POCOUNTV LK "=' I IMAGINE. EVEN cuAI_ ftasN1 Onatolis's. H..ndal.WlPUr I IfsC0S. FROM ;

IN CHANCKRVMORTOAOI Minimum sib PL II Typo Words TO Tr NK ABOUT = .".. Have Hot Water WARS

NO t7M.II.II Minimum Cnara-$1 1 .plb roenrd.e. Orals. nIle Need III

BART: RIVER HAVIMJS I I I M ......m.. .O. la .AUbuc.dam. .. Yo. InstaJiitMn
HANK ft Coror.tIon.o'xRom'i. Word. Dayt Dan Day DayiCLAaajntD .. WO '-205$. '

Plaintiff: 81 11.0 avno 14 CARTER Craft with motOr 117 N. Kentucky

1 Ii I Of po 11I0 f'll for or Mil trd fo oOmaP MU 2-5103
KKRRIOAV and ) .
wife. RARMARA KKFn 5 Ii U:: GA'O llbvol.b Cal MS-S33

It 111 AN. IHIOK JON!!*) BPACB RATES IDS Places ft Musical |InsL
and wife. UniHK n JUNKS 13 II per comma ash

"'Idow. *t al _U.)o per column Inch Holsclawadjustable tilt 100 Bulb 1..t.LD..n Prld.
nefrndnnlsNOTICI duty
Contract Rate Open Reu.'" MU I-311.
OF SUIT IN" I for 14 ft to 18 ft.
: UHOHOH B KKKK1UASwlf. and' boat 1 year old. 12" wheeli. HER
HARHARA K. 430 Cm. d.. ""' 0.. .unll. LIVESTOCK wich. stop and turn lights. THE

JOSTB and Wlf* ads .,..., h* I neon .trie k*' Ct S2.OUR ORCHESTRA O"TL!

R IXM-HiB..*ldonr, **R.: JON Unknown Kerrigan-:III and lor ClASgrPTED 4 30 p m. Friday DISPLAY 14 Building, CarpMtarh 52 Help Wanted 54 Help Wanted, Mole 62 ..linos* Opptrunltl.89 Llvttt ck SALE PRICE $125! wlUs TOO four PLAY'rltht a on.ol. .d sulo.mentally ,. .

..J'lda: :: E.U'K'. .,., DotJoneg II 00 am. day kefor publlrxtloa CLERK: IN grocery ttor Apple YOUNO MAN trained in BUY YOUR freeeer bf Bo* 400 _m.. a full chord- ..lo

unit vtlf* txiulxo U, Jane,. fieept Bundy papeiada ROOPtNO WINDOWS. alumlniIdlni la person. Lincoln Avenu Ofoery tire Olnl and 01.Un8 10.a lb.. cut and wrapped. Wbol ..rh.lf. Murray 18 or IT ft. Tit tun from Uit very first BotelME
mum pa I snot. ** Fri. parehe rpln aliens.
and your unknown anouaea, an dall MAN 21 or overwork to Into month Phone MU a-7713 or NU HEAR PLAT
1441 Norm
). months U Jl.Z years 0.0 wheels. (
unknown partIal rlilmlnit I". d.r bROIl II 00 Boon 11000. M par service store. Majority tlcancliavailable 3-3500. trailer 950x8 Al rut MAST beautiful .trie* bow Ion
All Ida muat lie In th. Ledeei Contracting Company Insmihon MWDL AOaD eoupl.. .neI.III.. with our manager in display!
monthly and aei .
.Ih.t . .
by through or yond TWO OaXDINOS spIrIted. new
MU I 13t2 A. auamwn .. .1 .tarln. *>
I 00 Hal.vrdar Wsporaloparkan. .to. barlna'
olf loo before II am .
ml unknown parties having .r for publlcauoa U Hon. MU (-Ion*. P. ..... 01.5.. Writ. loll the area of Central Florida. asIan renre,and .1...anapihot. need rMera *nly. booed h.ll.< Turn winch. CANNON MUSIC CO.

or claiming Interest; to In hav the property any right herein.tiU.' day. paperLedger. BOll REPAIRS palntln. root. O. 305 1111 ......Iaad. Car ruir. Out Monday P. O ou.IIIOUo"1. .0. applp II 1 cheap 0-MJ7. Mak olfer B... 303 .. Florid An, MOpen ''1'

.tier dMrrlbrd irs hereby noll'led n. will aot lie r*. 'n*. block. brick work. drlvewa: AM P.M. each North 8raw. Barlow SALE PRICE $90 Pld. .nln.
.. ansesihia for more Ibis en* lichen cabinet. Florid rooo .. 53 Help Wanted FomaloVANTED 01A'I'IFUI. aPnNrTji .,
that a (omplalnt to foreollxl > a ?
..canal Martinis 0" the faliowiflidroeribed Incorrect ....rtlo... Inns *tlnta.! MU -30W. week $105 per week aaiary 05'Clue IN aeirvlc en Uu oil Company graund. floe hi.. 92 Wonttd, L..tKk Pets SIlO: OnIOIH.( '31' stool,,..

tn.wll .OAI'rRres WANTED. with added weekly incentive Montgomery Ward non.tilt I 03301 I 0 5 b.015.5's .
pro".rt). : THE LAKELAND LEDGER as. :.a.I' sstOkA station for 1_. Adjaoaita ,
a, Kloik I, HXItWOOnIARKT : 21 Rosfiutg000FlNO 30, ?21 Wail Memorial Permanent > Lakelend. largut thovplioenter WANTED: A Iw StIrs .5111. OSChad. trailer for 14-19 ft. 80. SoOth FlorIda.
DDJVIWION. UNIT TELEPHONE >ay. plton.; Will P" (op. rash bat.

.rl. lakeland Florida, accord DIPIlfDAaLI serb.mtenlilp. loelor* ;office NURSE_ asslslaat part Urn tnt.. Write Mr. los Alral.*. r.nt. P..D Powerl D.,'.. MUo 33 Winch and I-ID 9x8.00 I 109 Radio. Ti.gvlii.n

Inn to the plat there,,f. r. MU 6-1151 .... panmoali. MeOlonen wnil. Bos M-3M. I.nb.IasdLodtar. Box Tampa Florid. on *I3.1344.. and winch.
forded In Plat Hook U. Pog.p. ...."'be, ('ompaa,. 100 1811. MERCHANDISES T'n".I". Prom 020 1503..
iibllc Record of 1'oik W. M.I.. "U ""..1.ALL letter comple U roses ready b SALE PRICE $37.50( tbln.U. Trod. for sans.
County. Florida, WOMIH INTERESTED la earl. I pour iwl Private owner ...
TYPES residential *r oaerelal name address Telephone boat and step a ready ethos
las In their ..
money spar tlm"
ha been filed agalnat you ,
.. Bicycles
repaired or replacerCoy business an AMERICAN OIL
roof* call MUe3}| Car Wanted
asP lims. number and date M.torl. 112 MlKellarieei
lot, ar required:: lo nerve a copy 'l Roofing and Bhwt 105001. norassaryYOUNO you would SERVICB STATION ". Homemade 12.14 ft. sion.tilt I
of your An.wer nr Hearting. to the ISIS West Pile*. MO i 3133 '30 available to start trailIng you'II b* on a winning TRIUMPH AND Yamaha" .&1.
Complaint on Plaintiff* aitornejJarn ,. 4 Lot and Found ENEROETIC saleslady I. AMOCO sales ar* elimbln rw and Mrvle*. Blcotrl aUrtli trailer 850x18 tires and CASH pOR pOut oansod llama.
,B I' IlKhn I' (l H',g lit, State work .. leading deoartanenl...,. (with pay) and work U Idle. Mon. sod mora ".lenIent model aport model larstock wheel with winch. MU '.3n,.
lakeland. : )'i'rida, and file thor 24 Must have .....rt...... Apply Bat accepted Interview are dimonoolou Iso. Lakeland. Orel. t.ipare
gli al Anawer i.r leading In tr. LOST; CHOOOLATS or Seal Point ....... LahoIned L.d.r.WANT06 wi b can man t'r"AM"produta _. West M.morlal' e SALE PRICE AUTOMOTIVE
..rr.... of the clerk of tha (.I..ult Slameao rat, collar with allvilean. PLAeTItRINO. PATCHIHO. no'relIlolt. arranged with you top .la.a8
Itewatd : WHITI lad. to tarn for .t"'ror .on. 7.. Call MU 3553 $1.50LKELND
Mam Jim 502.: and additions (13 |
i Aitarntiooa .
before th 13th day
C ourt on nr I".alld S Sara woek. B 4ft 1'30 near future *ne* .e'* th* NPe
of March A. I).. 1164 If you foil '8118. P'r.. ctile'tteO' uooa..... Jeff 'J'ololOll Coil 5000530.PAYROLL. I And you .. th* decUloo. ,. 116 A.tom.bll.For Sole

to do BO a Detre I To Cnnfea*.. LOST: .IAMER8 rat, Photo Oil.4J10 MU .-..31. 'n HD P. like new. 8'

will h* taken agalnat you for the or .8a.1_. PLAId OR Piautar.ti W CAl I YOU QUAL'. _r... .1 condltwa. 1H1 conditioned. .

relief demanded In the tomnlalnl ,. and .t._. pottbln5 laritedP00 AAA I of*auMUons. *. .but the.* two"ai. Coot Brawn Used Car. cornnortda .. CIT'r."lon.I radl .. I

Thin .Nolle stall ha puhllahennt 5 Pirtonol NotlcH osilma101. HOOd 5. "'IIU.m. CLERK tao most ImnorUnt. roe and Parker 0s5100. IDt 1..e. .i1
arh wick for four ""n.u.tlva D
MU 6-0'.0. 05150 thlt customer i 10 6814.I'
week In the Lakeland Iedgenewspaper P'a e r.UI.5 ....newrlagfiri, CITY EMPLOYMENT h. most Important'l. Iunnlna 97 Articles Fir Sale-Misc.[ MKRCURT Moo tor...

BUT BELL need tool .od need patoiS rlerk with egparlanc a profitable .'! .Il
gun BUSINESS SERVICE power 1.00404 slUt .
tKNB ANn OnriFRED *t Bar. portlnt tooda Dial MU ...aN ..*,..d acctuntlng anon Do you hat. manaierlel.. 00iiitetII 78ED TVB from 131 .p. Ouaanteed .. MU 0-0075. I I
tow. .h'lorl'tn thla lath day of .b. for estimate. Culbenon Hardwan Bvrroutn keeping BBS Vt WEEK'S FEE /4 0 ousanassoor .yes to bothes w* Workliradolnl SUPPLY CO.
rule,. A. U lOll. 27 Accounting Bookkeeping chin. salary *nen Bring resumla questions. w.'d Ilk* t* t.lkwil ..fn.n. WI "NANCE Tour *ndltlood
TRADING .. Adltr.1 11.1.
.TAMPII .h..od orbou.h. .
Wellmaa Lard 11I.1"1". Uirt as 140 dowg. Buntbln
ah W
H, JR. you hv 'w.o. L.
\ / Clerk sLOAN circuit Court .. Altman. SO' laO LIme. ["*.. "*. M lbttr' lilobsap. 208 ARCADE BLDG. itllonag( staUons now op ft"V. 4t4... Wabnh I-3I7L, H'ghway! 92 at East used ggeMSI1IAL .
".6811. form. >ere( .
TAX pret
1.05510.4. FlorIda.A
V-itl cenwd. etperlenced eon.ultan (See Thunder Ad) .n and doing a good buslnai. Underpass FOOt tLI. '.1 001.01.. V.5. rn.dio. -

CHRISTIAN NUROINO horn lnt.rprt tloa aasuretpolntment CAL!. .. SALE air. oow.r Ir.1
ccurcy Phone 6881591
Bnecltl tlten to N .11 AUCON
attention .
BuslnMirvlcs .t. Pho.
111. ensdo 01 dab 5.11,01.. .U' Lawlng fo ao It.I. 7:30 p.m.BAn'S ..e
It received
Killed bid wit at 'l .
.I2U.. gM lei!. Ever Satray. NICC 1>34 Hudson J.L
the of fir* of Ih* rlnrlda (,"11cc,. WORD TO THE 103 Fw--nlr.rt *. ApplallctIEIOIItATI. >na Air conditioned B,.
(Comnlaalon lakeland r'h I >rlda till DAH CARMCOIB gradualei loin 29 i Baby Sitting 15 Mortgage dr." ... $27. MU ,
I PM on rrldny. Kebruury H, soar Lakeland chapter for rOD WIVES W A I R I R 8 n.. .
U .. fur lb. pu"' l'aoo o': and fellowihlp flew reildinteloome Tormtrly The Auction Botu" ..
Ices Cllrun Jui" Mnlafierllro Call U3.3374 or 000. CHILI CAR br eiperl.nced per If endarvlt Chevrolet ha* one poa I. BUY BUILD tell rsflnsnc* PH,' .* ondlto.. vie ".n ('I trIm. Marhlnery Ci.rp 451 or writ P 0. Bog 1743, ..nnel. loving and peraonal carl you need money to buya LIon open In IU sales aDd VA sortoa.o. First ".r. W* Buy or Bell for TM I rnnboo Prmpt sip.< 440 W.., Iota BtrMtOSS Sos for good need
mllon Alodil 9200 or approved Lakeland. P'Pn.od yard Play room clo** tneonabl car house furniture Snot. The ..a selected( .a** Corp of Porld.Ml 431 Bwy M WPhone .1.> us lvlnator: POACH Hudwn Hornet, 0.04
your alone
.. ,$0.0. 103.aoea. VHMO da Ado.. MU MO a033 pllao.
pportunlty joining Lakeland
equal LOIS BLIP Cover Shop aOl Earnings $2 to $S hour .31' Nile Oar If-As. ren.portetlon. Beet of Ortenmson Viola
lu-llvery to h* F. O B. Labs heilaut Road B|"o7l. Dna.ponlea. per 1, wil an loonIes HOW OOOPT can w* *et> W.I'llanoe.. AUb..nda. ltd. HT .uw.* I.rll1.
Alfred. Florida bedipreadl slip sonora. with AVON. Call now. wwnti*! of no. ear and 6 Money To Lend o wall carpet from It up MU s.3171. 02 .
\ 1 h. rlnrlda (trIll rommlaalnrreuerve Au..n. 000-sin.. 55Di. eon.136 i lownmowm & Sanlci the pnstli of eelllng America DuPont nylon 55 actual CHllLt hardtop ncIra
the right to rject any orell 51100. roda nod 10.tall.lloD. Plus No I er..O.t. l. Di. No ,ard Scatter ru. T 8AIAIN. Completely I 1. 6 elation wr.OD.
MO"1 T oomml .t.nd.r ist .
Write P.O. 1.0.5 |3I 00 a..d Oat
1>101.. dm4 of aarnploa to .hoo.. from. REPAIRS ON all BaSS lawnmow. Box 1395or R..I. 8a., 10Us *. .. , I cut bl.. 000. 'oN. .
8/ H\M A. HANKS eeaa.dsma II anginas Fret ..50rnaI.o Prld. .U you .rs morlgutd t* ton lmenlon ....101. round and AlwaysLoSland's K.lhl.
Chairman AUTO N5URANCI._ had an a. on repftlrs Oabl Auto Writ F. o. Bog F.231.ateland .. Rug lawn .. new 0' 1005 CADILI.AO Ba_ outs.mold. .
eldnni no ln.unanre S Slnhtmonths ou sed TV *t Nit* Day TV 1330Aufutedol.
t'IKI 1lI..trl.! 10. Norll FlorIda A.. ( Ledger '. plar Fa brio .elearanc .. .. r..I.. b. ,. elena.
to pay Call MUo4B 682-4137 Road Open till I.00 fi .
IPnOD' MU .301. utlng at per yard. blacnd noorbnorr 00004. 1.1. .1.
NOTICS 0. INTINTIONI : OPAL' 8l"AUTT Chap I. now Lakeland $6 Solitmin whit prt'. at aoc we..n p. MU 01170.BUYSR 652.0014 .rtr I ... I

I MAKS APPLICATION o..n.. in Medulla oardent 111touth 37 Martnii Renovating HORTICULTURE lalda at 2 auality ..I TRHIP'EKI.tak owcr .13 POOH BtUMmn New pan
ron FINAL OiaCHARGL Oardea Dr v*. Plain >ham- dsOOlasdiOSs t* fit $500 ..
\ In K.. ratate ofRICIIAKO x>o and aet II to. oil ahampoiod FULLER BRUSH "0 averuVer :: and worth a rid :'l feitlnihouM rani. br.n sod soul 0... C.I MTJ S.IJir.
1100 week this rlrl.r.t
EVANS: aet lift' Haircut. (1 to MATTRIU IIENOVATING 5.daranr a *. 71 Ferttllzir, Food, SellOItOVND o. Hamilton ?shrmco. Pin', sad w..he. Ne>.. .. I"4 I cylinder Ford ..1. omtoad.
I....P...". rrmanenta(. ali.S and up Phoni ,100. ... M.ttrt. Cos.pao Do your You ran >pact to ear *de City Hlthway. I '/10 down ,, needed u. for for ll.biee boat log .
..3B64. I) 00 I 00 ,. Ph.... NU 1..1141. hat much 'start Call O0.404L0p al month Call :40 CrevasM street. I
Tf> ALl, WHOM IT MAVtU N- Open Three Women-Girls F M. t* if you can auali PIT .ur'. p" aNd North of In.r.t.1 4 I ttjtt tr MU t-tit

CHIN: I. for dealership lOt mi.... 200 L .. .n.Pt 1062 MOOS. ItnIp lila TRI DOWN parmtnt boo boos 1.6 RAMBLER four door .t.UO"
Nuclei l> h.rely given that I TO WHOM IT MAY 49 WoUs PumpsLIT ONto MU a3. lb too pick op. aOs .oul..r.N. ".d. on Dtw Hot Point froiree SIB cylinder. automidlo .

have filed mv final report a. Ad. CONCERN: 1..2. 'f sea lId ''.. to LEAN PHOSPHATE eand for !roll Drls. .r I.Door refrigerator. aavefroit .> BOW tag 1133 West Mar
f th spatula of RICH Ward drill .IS .
mlnlnlrmrlit MONTGOMERY
11..1 .. aialn Take over oar.mta
Thin I. to dtrlM that I and *ummer r.. 2 awn. Aloe aand and dirt rot till buy. trad.. lrl.
AND EVANs. deceaiied: that I am ourw.lla od Install your watei NEW PURNITRI. of
l C sorts and do so U .onUs. PhOD'
work for EXPERENCED E Devi.. MU S 3071. IVIED I'" CHBVHOLET ..1 .
hot Interested In the builnru eoo. ; Street off Air
I for finaldlochnige month w bad.tP
have filed .,tern Dp to 3 par Inns* fashion MU 1.0160.
I.D. .. .
f d't..c": no condluon .
will apiy. to known .. MOROAN BROTHER Foote "V '.'103. ...rlenc* 0200 : TOP QUALITY Paniol and Ar.tntlna .I Nortl W.b.o A..u. MU .II"
RICHArtO (PAIR SERVICE operated at .ulrod. peranonU '. Value VACUUM rebuilt, r accept trad.. MU
the hot,. A. I1R0'IN. to smart. averai SALESMEN Bahl hop from elomeld 11-21.; T. CLIANI wi .31.
1421 .
\ ',, 'log Wall Olive Blreet' 1.ahei.odFlorId. .r"ln. *. Will VU r..dllonod part. WILL TRADE ISIS
l unty Judge of loiS Countyrlnrlda .. and am not liable lot 00r month. transportation fur. d.I.. .3U. .lmpo.CWTBI.I. 5,5,0015.' 3131 ... ... Rbl.r si.
on th* tnd day of March nth.d. eipenss* advanced. .tl.rPu. lin waion for oldr car
an, claim aialn.t' tacO builna.i. apple New demo and gas fur 72 Flowers Stodi Plants P81. H.I.hta Bird MOm.
I!'U4, for proval of Ih* aim Lnd Oam to I pm Laksland Ter and ""J. f".ot .U loIs $150noah.
f..r final dlacharg Admlnlatra SFloyd B. MorganYOU'lL coos Hotel ... Mr. H.lllllin. lihed Excellent earning; w.lde. no r.oarm WIth 5 HOU8ZHOl FRNI8HIN08. t MU 0-0301.

Irlg of tho ealat of RICHARD CUT VACANCY DO telephon. call pl.. and benefits CLD. HARDY fast growlni .n SO and all 60 pan rrl.r.t I. IM1 PONT1AO Star Chief. For
company .
bike. cedar ehnuquen '
LVAN3: d ceadThis hedge plat. 30 hah Home drllrnl boo. Phon. 000' 01. U or. radio' heater.

8.lh day of January. UU I rV. have the traffic and 1 10 doaen. .. MU 9.ttitZALEA 0105. W.Uord ........t.ln.._ ..eret Drive. Brie-a-brIe Just off. .8' Shot aa. tlr0.. ..Will accept. I.WhIl.

/rrlTrLLA WEOL.ICTAdmlnlctl'itrlt of th. *.. FEEL IME. I nee exprience men to tAc SALE. Oralted Lars roses bloomlnilaaleae onDr 1 L'.dln IXCHAHOI. OR.... 105lbia.t051Ino Pool 51112 MODI laMa furniture for t. n.I'R Austin Haaly

tat of KICHARO EVANSPecenaed Medical Assistant i Huey .t.. 160. J.I an. Bee ad tinder 5.050001001lr00. '. 1240 PolO ODD mllea. tood 30
reena. goo *82-.8.a. 0...55 to 0 .... ... Sunday ".. .ffer. 2" Win.t. Pn..
f A. R J\UnLEM.! JR. Ileolient vrnoon Owen. Nursery. 33 dltoD. ..
aPPortunlly for madl Call Bob McClellan .il PULPIT FURNITURE: Commun aNa HIJA.81. In good ewItloa ... ,
Attorney for Admlnlatratrlg RICH Ads nil iocton ."'. But Florida. pKUorKkor ..
Classified .I.t table
rent with ? ton tnre npholitere AI. aal.u. "' Poison duo,.
1021 ID
I' O ling .
.kol..d. ""* """. 253-14 oh.ln. pulpit reU. lIght tl. rack Otlr 6 rR ,
elpcrTen1 .bol .b.1 01cm, los .
I Lakeland r lor Ida odu..lon. and HAWKE CHRYSLER n Foodi Fruits, I.0443. .. Itemt. 111..
tr.MI4. Room, apartment house pho. ."XX OlVlc. Boa V'gfbl.0.1. M 1-11. _. 0V.rohlro..I.n. .17
with the cash you get for PLYMOUTH or beet offer >-
\ I.
IN TIlt. : CIRCUIT COURT OP I tore Want Ads bring 12. .UI.Do ELF SERVICB fruit AUCTION BADCOCK'S .
TIlt. TENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT no longer needed things 1111 Grind Central nipped astor p day ekcepaturday 07 FORD 1 Door Falrlaa Hardtop .

OF THE: STATE: OP tenants fast. Dial MU Tampa : 3801 If.r Fiord, its Ha>l>g n.1 A.Io..I. radio healer
you Nites
.FLOSIDA IN AND "OR POLl you sell with 61 1011. Friday Only 00 Falrlan Vautomatic *.

COUNTY IN CHANCIRY. ads Dial MU 6.1151 to .11S1.SERVICE.. AM ORNoa8."GRAPEFRUIT. Picket 7:30 SEMI.ANUALTE.J ,...10 beater
05 II
No 12771.12.107 .bl.. Dowsap'., P. [ OLD *.D. AUln"I..
dol. 1.1
Rood. W* buy or '0. CLERNCE R'o. h... .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFDCEDlN. ) place your want ad CITY EMPLOYMENT ..r Hardtop
i S' Work Wanted SAL I.D.
/ QUALITY TAOS rip citrus fruit JIMMY L.d. solos .
riaintirrrilArtbLS Irked dally Special order W. CENTER vr .11 ta ton
-v. /4 WEEK'S FEE ft TRACTOR WORK wanted Mow .h p. Call 613-4.10. HI..ID' Pro. TRADE-IN AUXWANCB 0 CHEYRL. .hl.
: DROWN *t U.. I... Sod d100in.. H.w oaulpmnnlOulok du. Market, A mils > on S3" U B. 13 Caat FOB YOUR aL BEDROOM CADILLAC 4.Door. BargalgOihsrs '
.1 .1 208 ARCADE BLDG. ....1. Call for fr.. ..011.rnslaco. Hdh.sP U,. loll UP i M chooee from
flcfcndanta. ) Pled L POWtr.U 0.0033 ISNOIIR aSWLhG macbIDe T II'ADI.11 *

NOTICE OF SUIT BUSINESSDIREC; (Oe* Thursday AdiHilp ZIPPERS replaced, 74 Fruit Tree eh.l. portable or oonaola Zl<. pO" OL LIVIMO MOOI See Charlie CostlneElmer'i
OK FIXUUDA TO ALTRINO. 000. darn. mbroldr. ..
...'" kinds Mil I .n. TIP TO 190 ..
H. U. WHAR10Vanlgne S4> Wanted Mole saving. Cirob.: .r>m. make .UL..hol. Fay bal
of ABC Window ''i lu' fl Pun TREE Bearing *ls* .nc* of *3I .* or mosthlpCendlO 'AOJl.U Auto Sales

corporation TORYA 0 tractor discing. P'P. peralmmon fig. grape Manaier. ."-I 1'. 010 APPLHCI .02> K 100.0. Av.
CAROL, OPPORTUNITY, Martin' laod.onplnp. Also bans aeuppernong vine*. All type TJF lift N 1.01
addrcM unknownTOM n.Istp' .1100 Per week. Fran no*. fIll dill. 1aObl.. Ino01 or or citrus tree In bloom cold r.. KUOI AUTOMATIC ('SADIe-Id T ALW..ANC
notified thatault
are hereby a nltal I Insuraoe plus .a..13.. stant. *hd* sod flowering tros ,... and 00300. MU 1.1140 FOR YOUR aL :
Pin been fought aaalnat you FOR YOU TO USE AS! QUICK REFERENCE ,ement, program r and iwo .10 1962AUSTIN
W. do landscaping 30" otoc. %
A.1 11. WANT CARVENTERINO work and .ut
"Ik (
for IIIO
In th* CircuIt ( ourt 1 o inty 5.5 Boeolal Vol.0.MoIaSmr.sndWmreS.m.e.*
.arIP. high school alntlng at a very ,. .ar*. For tOp beet In plool and, mall L1. 50., MU T HEALY
FlorIda In ( lanrery, h FIIOSINATiONAL l ..
: : WHEN TOt I NEED ITI! "U".I.nt. Phon gl3..4M. call Paul 'IllSWool
lest Ha lob too email ag3 "uror.
BANK OK DUNbUIN .r.le. DINING BUITE. IU, bed. 133 :3000 MK
You are hereby req,ilred to curve WANTED: APPLICANTS fpjij BJ" _'. P. MU I-607J 133 dr._.. g33 cornet I

Upon IRIIXHIHY n URACT of ......1 Appliances Lamp Ripatrt Uon of police C....,. Blih .hol I tRACTOR WORK wanted. Bed .h": .bl. lamps. mlscellaneouiems /.S.BADCOCKCORP.
hint. Argyroa. Roberta A Oracyl ., O.du.t. A.. 17.30. a'l dIne and planting. Plowing 005Ins 76 Landscaping II 3na Cleveland Molohia l Rio. heater. law mlleae. i. .

.lalnllff attorneya. whrm art,Ireeain con PROMPT repairs on refrlg AMPS. REPLACEMENT shKt.s .., Halt and mowl". 000.-oeo... Bld. 18.111.HOUYWOOD Mulberry. Florida ..'dlio. FrIes I 000. C.I 112'

I'. U Dos 876 Uunedln Vlirlrt Waahlng machine. and Lamp parts and repair Imperial' IIIABLI MAN Doe for FLOOS PINISHINO. woollIes. HARDY SOD CO. I TYPE twin bed Mulberry Stert Rouril 0000 after I .....

*)&U, a copy if yo ir written de' .pp lances. cal Thrill Cltr 0105105. JBO soulb Orleans Ateue .n. storo Oobor. P01,1150. Intoriur .ol.rior wort It.sltheLa,0000005fllnSios PractIcallY new. caa b* soon *l, S a am. S p m. dally PTL BIU.
forme to the Bill of Complaint !I" ....Ie. Department 68b.MBS. MU .-.n3'. Writ. t moo135. Libeland Pr estimates. reasonable prlcn Credit P anl ng Carleton Street.ONS t g

aall .all on or before the Sib rods,., 8-4113. ggj.38H. Mr Turman FREE ESTIMATESa 30 BTORKLINB crib I3g onisMlntt. Open All 01 Wednesdayrar 117 Automobiles Wanted

day fbI of if March..Id written lOll and dnfroarhaii th* orlK Auto Repair Moving 4. Storage ACCOUNTA WILL KEEP elderly people I mi M Ol"or. MO B-tMl. |ft: one huh char. 110al. 10 aaaor al. store* .ervla.. .
h.m.. MU l-oao4 Cleveland H.I.hl Blvd ANTED CLEAN car to
he fled with the Clerk if esolCourt. 1..1 .
The purpooi'of cud unit ENERATORS STARTERS ...u. ALLIID VAN Lines for best movcerelc 10. f orwollqua blIsS ..P' NURSING CARE: Baml-Invalid olnvalesceni. 77 Nurtorlo U8ED I' 0 alumInum"I" Lakeland Auorlet Btor Mo.l. C.I MU aonBI
In.> *. Vernall Warahouoo mortal ace 000tbn. fur. ., ... it No Florid An.. PAY CASH for
pickup mINis
la foepclo.ura of mortgaR on the 1.10... ..I... around eodialoe.e"oaired d..n' Lovely home. 0.
A Transfr Ino. Agent. MU mall office. varied dulbsa. ladcock Will Treat To. Kith pOrOOdr' mdU FleaaaTonksli soSU
following deirrlbed properly to. foreign domestic Mo. R oars heet Near "O'Plta. 535Sara. BALE Th.plant RODS and In loot
wit: torn tuned Be.t equipped 0010I blah achool durUon 003.1221.OSNIRAL IA. .. frulFre n.unclaMeU 3.ln..
the Konthwentnrn.r two lo fIn* yeara eiperlenc.. Our.mplo. tr.... *_ with each ondlUoa. .
Uraliinltig at tIleD in town 10 years JltU'1 .... CARPENTER work 1139 aouw Florida Ava USEDAPPLIANCE WI PAY u. for lush ..r..
,.t Ixt Jj of Oordonvllle enilrra., 2303 Boutb Organs-Pianos know of this ad. 5usdCt.nnd.airPr000iromto repslr. addl or m oropur utIsol."d. WOIO.. ....SIPS II. less and

I'"hIlM.lnn an ren'rd,'d In I'lat 0504001.RIChARDS. Butdlnl.. lob too rlnl. lars. Ilornary. pboos 004. SALE Met-SI. To..
llxk I at 1'axe 41 In (Her tlIwp YAMAHA PIANOS eele* servlr* to employer. PO Sos 311 HI.h.I.nd .m.1 CAIRT. 3' .10 and ut"I" 08a.3
Mtinthoua Drrera. low
SPEEDOMETER City. Florid IIlmpan. ea.un. WsntMacloris CABH IN .
19" It... fr.h:. thenu HIshnul "slier and stability ReplIes will .. 1. 0 flash .r 0' P.hp.
o : 5. II'
rvlce Complete espaIrsInd held In 'na 0' old. .
North alotg tl,* Wed (lao rfiMl .I reliable CB8-3711, 1043 Southlorlda b INSTRUCTION Mtlnthoui Laundromat. C.I ...
a'rniro. no Hlihland Btreet2OJBS H.w.rd.WANTED .
and mending Salts 005fttnohnlno
it a dial aneeo f 2K7.21 ft. Avenu e< tOM. FIVE room ol .low .. .. 14 Bi
for a Poll Ihenca ..contlniilura made BatlslHtloiaranleed. irnltur to b* old to satlaliiMUM Mtlnihoui 40 Rani. .. MriunihouM : OLD lunS soeaoe "..
.. lba Went line of IAt nra JlI SURE yor "'" "W,," lbs mutt Picture Frames 1 MEN TRAVEL ... 1350 Entarprll. Pb $4 Schools Be* at Mark. TTedlns r.frli.tawr S- w. for bob. Prompt plckuUBIark .

a, ... ,,Vbio tI. thenra N. I. your rnouep b' bIasioIuie 883..0."OT" Pool. am New Tampa Highway door froitfre .... $120 'a. l],taoi.
IK* U' 0" hnat 117.2& ft. thenc .uto to Oeo...'. 1I..ln c.o.111 .... 15 to is year .f MS. ilngl. *nd fo rblid 0 MU 1-3306. 0 I dlihwaaher .. . sob'FolIo.
/ Norll1 Florida Anetue. tar PICTUOI FRAMES: inautfolfrown. or0100nearbeg t* travel Unitudebbs FLORIDA LARGEST and molt .
K. 07* 4a (6 K rilUft.; then plod. Oornbooarra. TV con- relrlatrator I Door 110eitlnfhoUM
K. II* MOW. 2J817 ,". to fepaira. TOo IRma in ,lscteonleenulpmlno nod Custom nod and posaaaslons. w Hi man MU 41001.ciUeo moSseS beauty ohool. Lakelandeauty RCA,U". portafbo Motul.O frerur Clean 111ntlnihouHe ASH FOR YOUR CAR
I. .od In d.rmIDlnlth. rendp m.d., 001051 Art ..hoo.an01 0(50 and assist In com aol worl Colin. 111 E Pin BLPEC1AL dOll 101 'Ol DomainS Port
the TOBVMiif. eeuoc 0 troubl. V000inori.oem OrInu,5 Otrnsl. .U .3aOl for lari. publ.h.r.. n. eiperlc : WOMAN sonlo a dapbob. ComnIetole .."o.l.d sir eondl.lon.d. Memorial l Blvd able WM Pndrvli Chivnlet will
.. hand Clerk and
th\. .FH| of mv said Ion, aa In KartiwMoilila ninsiun hIs .AH O..n 8tam.., ... .... Per monUi 0. ira work MU 3-al. sep10 MU .... HILCO 21 eonsol TV. awlvel. (471 (I ... .. lit bur your .. I it'* .
but best of all wean "'. .oa boo.est. .nowl.d. of .n forelin Ian ....*. Excellent condition LandLks dimaied portRtfrltereton -
the of Feb. THIS monUi only. Com. W.'nhou.
thla Kid day tune.aWed 50,0, Call 503. Plumbing Supplies I...*. ,.. transportation fur MOM1 North Wa.hoeS W. CAR PAYMENTSTOO
caIro' A U. 1(64NLAI FINANCIAL p1.1. Beiutlclaa Cours. |1Mooka 1 dl.b.a.r.
10' .n .oooln..n' l01I.. nl.hod. ..... *... tppli 021505 . 0132Is
< .> dCW1400010 D1tVoo.oiI 10 am. .Pm. .n.o. Lakeretail and tools Included Far .. .. ..
I'. H FtxlAV. JR. a. Oerh Plumbing and Electrical Buppllet H..I coo learn Contact Colonial 50.0.te Clean r*
laoS Trrac. sno
Slot Covert Mt. 0010.1. .1' Florida CSEDrUHNITCRE conditioned Mu.t.1 | HIGH?
of cold t ourt Auto Free information and delivery Mr. t Business l.ull 3
0' a.lnbard" dash '' ,62 Opp.rulltl. .. l..k.l.nd. MU .. arl a rood... *
thread P'
By: noilDHIY CNN a* deputy tool rental pipe cut and .13aVININO A
heatera at Price while
CI.rlt ed (4 hour semite. 0004410.OnO00I4 I RAI.slot. sow APPUAHC'AHQu. \ ndervls Chevrolet win par 5ffcoal
LI NUB AUTO Beat Covers. Com I..k..nd susniosee and. booms .1. ".I., 1.1 "model and 0.55P04 .
.69%. OIP .
plsI. automotive Interiors. |jc 1'RUCK DIVI. eop.0loped In COJCa.. M.I Rud,. LMLA.oeollOr. lorrnlns pr.spoeIlnossboomroaod ENGLE ELECTRIC In on* you faa .
full Informaon hirst Carved Bar alor.
broken *
1<.., Main Phone MU 0-1010. la person. Pr Pctu.
.. M.moI.1
INVITATION TO BIO Printing Lumbar Company. H'ah. In1 11.1.MU phone .. Hodilra Real laIr American Print ., blabs St Ph. MU I.n" ..* Mr RuaaeQ or Mr Doom
Heat,,rl bl l. a III b received at *lth Imporla*t Oeorgla gtrett. Bar ."10.KXCILNT .. '...3711. 01,150 Clocks. while they loot 32"P 0 .robdaps I to S '
office of Ih. rlorrla ('It.". Bao."eplngIlOOKKIKPINO FOR ALL our printing naedi tow.BHO.. 1 OLISINOOS OPpo"l 1. Air Conditon. 110 volt .. PENDARVIS

t'IInnI..lon. Lakeland Florida. till call MU 5-44)4. Commercial Press. koowl.die hamS101 ," ,* new Dlfnc .
I I'M in )'rld.". February IEH Inc. Letterheads. Uthoiraphlni 'ALUMAN. lull 1100. ZNperbon but not necsasarr Ideal for LIVESTOCK Room ...1. pedrool
1)64. for the pnixhaaa of: AND Income Tan .n.r.n. ,. .0' r"ulr"" Opportu. ..upl*. Roacablam Realtof. lulU. .. Desk En. 3 COMPLETE rooms &o
on. Alun' im (]r."" 'n,,.. 040,10.. Day or vnlns, hat '4te fo. .d..nem..Aso IllaAppI Dire Couch Frame HIden.bed including s t v i CHEVROLE
bach Ilk. and nual to ()rl'>t nendable aervlc*. Bill Calls Radiator Sorvico ID P'tD & 8 .. 001. 6a..03. I Dogs, Cats, P.. Round Babe furnitur .
2 COIN 4 O.m.bsrn. IIdrl. and Pay.
d.n Oslo refrigerator
B2 13tl _
lodd A.14-10. 14' g )Z'. fir. Phone Co t. .,.. L.undrl. hulA Bade Bunk Beda $8.
.w. .U.a' 1"101 BOARDING ROUY 5000,1. Olsea Bugs. Early American .
nl.h.4 with two Linaa.ode. D only $13
TYPE radiator a.rnltirIennIOs :
drxra .excluded *,.nd Klnaed: Carpeting ANY recorlng. rebulldlt 1 .1.0.Our 88'103.lob Bomb" ChrIs nod 1-sd ('no An... 0655'biuihorrp u.. Refrlaerator .. .ment 120 far ImplimiRtsFARMALL

two glaa t,artltlon* unlmrKtxndnrri Peddy Radiator ....I... IIV HI.b.... Phoos MO tressee, new and used good OLK TRADING MART

Innln, aliitnlniint andKlanK CARPa EXP"R e..1I1. Rout salesmen' fur sUblUhi! a3.WIRa. ..wrl. loom.II.n" -.T,- New Auburadale Highway C tractor and 55Wrotadt
door; .1... from thnenva horn d.llv.ry colfe.. tea and loam Chlhla0000. Top Beautiful mower Inquire CaIaAmrrloan
to rl!." with In.Ih line of ro<"f 050-0131. RADIATOR LltAK8' R..orln. r. scot." roule In Central Florida Torrirro. P1110.0.... Pom.raln. ChIna Hidden .....* t.. MU 3.20 aervk. 3JO Soul
v.ntll..lIl1 aonh ."d ncahnnino building eel oeniler. aba bulb salary. commission and bonus WANTE O.m.a Shopb.rda. .& Coils-tot's Item Com liBrowea Plrld.. .
Honda 10 years In LakelandReasonable and Bur.
removed; trre t lant lennhen Conenti kloit Ramblera Fords plan TransporUllon and operatn oonsr Iso. .o"k.. Oapnlboo.Cokse's ., Bur Now-N* Down ..,...", 104> Cot, Oil, Fuel COOS TRACTOR 1300 C.1 MU
to eitenrl the Imgth of thegreenh esp00000 Sll Norm KsnIETTY .
Ch.ol.'.. II a ...a..01 hrolh.. Ah... TOO Budget Plan .IUD or MU S 100*
,,UH.. to be redwood meat limit it tush" MU "_I. .
lllaa will b* dnul I* alrenmhwllh CONCRETE contractor 40 Must b* married and able U 'BhODpe, ProBslonel 0. Mon thru BtWE OPANg OAB for coklng. heat
Riwiovlng B POODLE BELL 121 Moblli Homif
llaatlo, gla liiK channel Orlvewaya. floor oid.salan. post email bond Ale w U bin LIQUOR LICENSE grooming. stud*. pupee .U. TITHE tn.l. hot water. InlntO. ladu.

eot.edlng around all alrlea of ....... streets. *uibs. batlos and an experienced solicitor t* meki Un3 Kathleen Road loop tl.1 l.a.. Call ...31.. I.a Importal -

the lite of ni oaaandani ,iml.numisp br dta. K. H. Morris. I8<.1411Lakeland FOR EXPERT rcwevlne of moth,... horns calla with menaaer 0005.ommloubso n.3.*. Home. 0001020.OIOIOTCRID SPINNING WHEELDXIEL 0. ... l.wAubur..d.l.
tllualng muat hobo. anais. elierou bun paId and transport P-sawn,. MONTEREY DELMAR
on top l vi,.. call Kelium Haweavlng aerv. urntslisd F dot*:Is. ... Movable, Polk County CHIHUAHUA .....
wllh 1.1' lon
b air tight no *
rated* ) f.'r r'. 'O Bj I.. M."I. H W. *. of SutndaMCoffe Package. Advise best cash .. ea. Btame. a"tun*. Stud earv- 10S JtwtlryI RAMAR[ MARK
.hllmpnt. .
fintisJ Coon nanco D Mondar. Feb.U 1 Iro. toy fog .rrl. chihuahua 1031 S I.3M
| >k. Alfred J lorld. Swimming Pool coal, 14Orsm 1005.-Oem price. Reply to cat. MU 3 Free Prld. Rear 01 Btor VAGABON
('Otnn.lnnr.'rvPa ". ,100..EAOLI
Ih* t-lorlda (.ltrl1. the T.rrace HotelLakeland '., 1 PAy. dlamanda, (old BOMB: 1500RA30C5
his right to reject any or "UTUAL FONd Cumpan. (noLowoth : I.a..lanl. P. O. Boa AIC '....r sod old old, platinum all.., Y08a1
repaired. w.11 .. .0n.
prleH. DO down p.m.nt. POOLS CLEANED '
all bid. Box F-225 Jewelry. log > Flr
SHAM A. BANKS 501000d.Wsson0hauodee- p a I a t 0 d. ehemlrala. auppllsaequipment C71. Io.ld. and ready t g.. *aa4", 88 r515000-5 Iull DEE'SMOBILE
ChairmanTJ IOld. l..k.IIDd ludusLfp NU I. WatH. T03 East Main .
Fees onlimatea.Furniture. Mtl ._t I. HOMES
HI ARC ..INITR Pl. On.bioeh 106 Michlmry Til.aD .

.. W0000b
OTOftAOetPuhllo CASUALT FOR SALE: Mulberry TV and Ai>. .round. BrI.'a-nrao ln.. AMP sonS eon 1141 N.
I hereby given opening for All stock and oqulpment "V 54220.OL0MAN _. wld. .
N itlc* repairs aa all emp" pl.or. 011100. Al o..s.Moo.
that beginning 0" the lint day of .HlDIi. ipta Iur.sitUro Sf1000MutIms,0 m.FOR.... fast reliable service, call peruneed "Iu.ta, 10.Tomoa ... Union aiency. Ooo. SHEPHERD pups. sIn.1.w. THf BrSTMrOINE 10 M.rldl.n .nue. aAI nnt. Iu..
per ...
area fnrronnloOterlflnl .
and .oln. bunIon ...... .
February. 1984. .t JOoo: A.I\I. Fl100ltur.. Fh000 502S031. ThrIll City. MU 04556.Upholstering nal cover .. edacfttioB H..II eeks old. not relstrd Males star. .
continuing from day to day until and .. .I.t. Claims Mon.050r. 5.1560. bol "bern .al._females 111 MU eV301S. .ur.d. bonded local and nationalasporwn.
all at 420.1401. Jacks 4710 1455lamps
all good sri aold w* will Mutual In. pOR : BhDhrrdpups. .
1'ubllo Auction to the hlghaat bid. H.llna LAKLLAND0 Sn.Iso. .AL O.a Rlshwar. MO -. -_
.0' .
Income Tax ran** Poet Of tIcssot PHEeT Coil
Ompon. .. Vu nbl N
dir for caah at our warehouaej at ag7. BUUon. loin 041033.ROCIISTLRZD. LrII'LI BIAVIROrSnOS .
I1UI( Want Memorial Hlvd. I.ako. .AUOITI': UPHOIA'URJHO Olo..lalIoWl For h.ltb 5.000ts. loll Idl" GOT ODDS U' IT. C000.Ili'O 1.1.
.. sod draeon. .a- Orl..d. I.I. t T.,1
SlIp 000005 .
land Florida. tr* following ejoodawar INCOME TAX sonS Dolt. W&INRNI r. "N. Blvd. Wlnun
for ator wnbl Fro stlmates. pick tit aol.. Poor ,.. H..Dd.1
*.. and mrchandl which $5: and up .nd delivery phone ...-...0. aolHolllnieworth ca BUIDINO: ".I..r..t. b.. hom. \ .n .
on a 6n.4.AKC
ago and oth areharge. R.d.Vonstiali ond d.D. U.ln. ilnolire
lien on the earn U clalrmd: 055 of very bst locatKPolk Beaal pups AND ENDS
Block Co.
n & R
Lot No. Owner : In County. On Ilt Huh 540. for 115. rupee for .'"

JUJ7 V.lm. Lynch Werkders I A U. to I P M. Blind : fiND IT fAST .y. HI.0. *s.0 down ere well marked. 1414 Ketb.een ACER TO GO
tl Illlan Nelson Htoutenburg .... it Bun t t* I horlaontalimanufactured wrIts M-194.. L..I.ndL. Hoed 613-1115. fled Ada MU 6-1151 kicking around the house?

71 Clydej 106 West Walnut St. VERTICALS AND BALE coo pair of oock- reach cub buyer
,: 131 I. W. Winton Beoalred. cleanedreflnlshed OPPORTUNITY Ne. pOR. With er without e*<.. Fh today to Turn them Into quick cash
: IT I-rank Wllhelm Phone 686-1958 Also automobile Venetian IDIL I. MU 5.0000HAYS IN 1 BUSINESS?
Service Button the household
10 M W. FngllHh, blind Air Lite. MU 3717 In the Want Adil Home enroot- .of au.h.n. Drlv. .and] Manohe.ter fO with a Classified Ad. Just

]17 William Mr*. Lovell M Brown>rganIO IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS core buslnesa or lost dog Comb.11.0. ..U.ln. Al. Lone ready ala dome Pe.oleum .. for pus salt..BEUF ready. < to go. Chlhudiu 83.373gMTON ._ foods you don t uso any dial MU 6-1131 for an exerlenced See the "Business Oppor-

11 Norman Classified ads flU Company. C.I"O S7B services.
I"* R C. Kru I a. er 0030313.OPPORTUNITY BULL puppy for sal* ad.writer. nities" ads in todayspaper
CLASSIFICATION needs Look In the
TRANSFER! .aVHI yur section nowl! I FOR live air for the best buy.
ash la town PUPPIEH Alto ten-
cl.slfie 1. .01,001'
tilt AUK ( 0. DIAL MU 6-1151-Ask For Classified mill InVMtmtnt. 237 South 1"'t. Be* aoproclat. Call

lly: Win J. Norris' T.nn_. -?.
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121 Mobil. Homes 129 FfrnlthetJ Aportmtnh 130 Fwrnlih. Boson I 1)1 Unf.nilih.. Aparts. 143 Mobil. Horni tell 144 Acretge, lots For Sale 141 Waterfront rVoperryACRiriCB

I S3 Houses For Solo 1 153 Hisses For Sale!
OWNER TRANSFERRED, muM !2S Business Placat For Ron NICELY u DELUIE TWO _.... with MBtral '.,.JlIOII'. 8''IDa. Off CEDAR ..el,a.
0011 $!' 10 _&. located lotI' mournS and b.ui-oottan, oak.:1 brat and air condlUonlnl. Free Rent H..d. NU .IOIJ aI..r S com.j 3110. 1 bedroom ...01 scoot
foe treat, ooidoai Moblli I otTt Boa 'Jt S... OleaadarLAKtrRONT built la *ven and ,...... refriiaralor lime warkendeTHIRD ... 71&0 Cool wr Seems KENT-SALB Near Mllel Two OWNER THITEB bedroom, two
Park U14301.blooTruAT BOTUDINO to 140' for Ire**. Ca. 11,051.. WalkUtt dtouncl to Lane Solo from MM. I* oir an _......, aleeplnf parch, Couaae tile etcellent location Bear
: 10'lSO' wIth 10'111' ... ud a* neuurant or WI.., choaU and anoppln. The flnoil Free Towing Aoree PinS lot :1 week dan. Croom A .rv vhMRideewar I. rear .U.IS3. ........ .-. pa.DUE 1 achool:: : CarpeUnt. drperl .
have rou rmclni e...,.. HOUSE. PurnlahedllahU Suu your S mlloi Nona w ** Air oondltlonebuilt .
.. lk :1 apartment IB HOO p.rrnouIp .
cabana & .aed north, cornel and witar, Children. aoed : while the .....UOII l* *ood, BeautUul l TO rlrcumitancea. .lll sail ..
bathlm beach Can be flnlMi .al W..I c..... ......1. on 301. WooHi and watorlBY I SStOO, ran Bcroeneipatio
lot. No. 1. oordoai Park, lOt1A".Uo. UU AmmO IIs throa iMMtroom twe ....
.. r.. Call after S 9 at. weekdan. bun Solo with plrnt ofhada bam | .
Contact *.IUO .... StrOll landacaiMd 003.boll.
or .1_. Cell N, 8 HalO MU 5-04111 .
bird.i1STRAV.O. MU 4-1J10 orMu .0".1 PlorIde's moul CIbam045ra > ","., Total price $408.: OWNRR' : Tan bedroom ret.iaa lent Mnditina CB Home In Ulan- .
botlu full .. FOB lALB or 1 lewe. Two'"'we ii 1.3S'IO.t1iIP'C1t Ollbilbome purl M .0... M month Nor nor. completely fuminhed. loo- lend Hill f.r.som Ifios. Call MONO ;
Ito IudItI000Id. Abs ..11010eob.n. lor.ted bualaeai bulldlnro oa lost Ml NOHMANDV Btreet, Tn e oed- NODaRN. ,.. 'lIltthetis lnformiion, cell Jerrr Mardl.CT ..' lot on LoS Marlon on IF Mooo 5410', Cs PROS droan versus.. Vs,
bomb Main Sired Call .S.2244. room Ito, tear around onlr d.Iad Pour rosmo aDd ....... M ..o Uho... t.aah 5.4.0 4-121 or D.. Winter., CT Two I bedroom coU.... on 150 i I-sIououa 105515 porchOooofthis
witii lane bedroom
amoloeet MONEY down .
i. Joe T. Maoaluaa, Realtor, ''' .lea lot Call MO ...n.. ill cIty 0011111" 00 elle. mISs -1I1J., Winter Haven, : loo' lot at Anna Maria, *nlr til.. clotintao beauUful three bedroom horn
Wood Will .
panellni. eel 1 t Five
., > room CB
plu..n all sew _".1JoD 10115150IT'S 500. loo* tarma. Ono ainall trailer OIaiwhea complete with I tile haUu. larIvlhv ..

aaparatalr 881.HII.TWO II' *. P1,0110 *Vl-ll e .. TWO PURNIBHED: odltaaM. Year NEWLY DECORATED.. N flvo... roomanrMnrd ,. ALL NEW TtalT LAKELAND'. walkln rrrrr .eIu..L.i lot 31010. on uio wator aMudWB ale. If. reu Near ran ritr .h-Auburu.a|] aionib, room, paneled Florid
bath, "'b. alori* dl.tanra WouUiaala par .
HUrBLES houeetrallen for Pt. of Ilk. new air aondiuoned around. Adult .. .. 445 and ISO aprlnn. (1350 toodlerraa .com. Plenty of rle>ot and atwe
Ml. on. IMO two .4......., all pac* In ideal loraUoa neat to Joe T. MacalUM, Realtor, M)>i 701 k Park Hill. Iniuln" 525 ...1.m.t. Drive Out TI ahopplnl and echool. .*. R O lorIs, owner roll WO v.2730.r68ict.osso .. ........ Laaderaped grounds
conditioned 10'KM'. t>.tot. Al.. Polk Theater and arroH from a>74FURNISHED. ... Today >> looo. call MU s-oiiai or MV 1011 Ruth Mala. Phono MU > REPOB8 t S S EDbePSai with lob. view. Moth ... eeeOrlilnel ..,
( .JI' Henriee '1.11I1. Oil ......'. New Polk federal aulldlnf. Pe.. TWO ROOM vnlurnuhod Sparta -:3070 : 1131. in man Lakeland! area price *l* .oo Offer
proof 4J5-J.JL1KC fact for lawrr. at*. Owner wit THRU ROOM. CoupIs. or with moat. roar .11.l .r Mooa Dm1.. in CIRCLE M Mel Rod Realtor IA97 B Me. now br owner tor tit TOO On,
partition to b.b. SsrH.u.4 ...011. I1WIt.. ....... norlal Blvd .e .4101. $1100 down Phon HA I4MHainea ,
NEW 14 Pathfinder trailer war* wit .....ul.. Now Tampa HI. Henry J 151 Real Iitflt Exchange
opUonlll" pta. boo. ...... NU
mobs aiim Nine ", II.. North .t monlO.. H. W. SlOoksrd, Pb... .3U.. .wl> 4> Bon, Realtor tol South MOBilE HOME VACANT LOTS HOICE Rrl1RaMENT hom. cur
dir on hlhibma. II n010 141 lied 6t. 33, norlda Annuo. ...-.11.. WILL TRADE hoUMO la Lakeland __. furnlihed. loll under ...OOOCarellent THREB BEDROOM: I'A bath
b Whl" Sopor M.rh I COTTAOE, two bed.rooma 1501 West Arlana St. or ....u.Dd.l. for land or POUB. term CMb talk ClarkReallr lorida room. air oondltlonod
oonvonlent .locatloa Adulta, $695 EACH 6IW-403I. ,.._ rard Real ......1.. In S.vrp
FOR ALB. 1X3 II.. Moon hoiu*- 170 monuilr. lOS lanai atreet. 119 Uifuriololssd H* ttt Open 7 Days 8. 8 P.M. ItT propertr or bur pour Souls
... ..
129 Fvmlshid .1. c.n MUSSoot
in land oountrr property Sot
Ilk. lived ,. Apartment or
0 trailer Mild. mea Phone MU '-'31&. THOSE BICDHOOM I.. balhl
throo month. AIM. Cenlth porvable BUI1TIPUL L.RG' ohede tot w. hv. 14 lois left In KoblneonPine. R c. Lois or R L Oardnee. at C. .o..trrUo,i. Cork floor central o. .,t.r S P m.. 453.4054.
television. In ..r. toot FURNISHED OR unfuralihed I TWO BEDROOM OB bus line, ALSO PARTLY turalthod I and lor trailer OB Lake Parker Oea.Hi .. All ... atator Ironllni Dick Auto lobs and Dirk, Real.IT. heat, and air condltlonlntlahed. BARGAIN THRU attractive CIhorn.
.....*. Bhwlu. Hilltop MObil. vat* bata entrance l&7 00 prt-to with' opuo 141 Ill.. M30 Norm a bodroom. Mol Mud Realtor Tank, water and electrla. Pk on e....' Btreet Clt* water ...duUlIII..1 1011 Soul Mala treat, phonoMO Near Bhopplnt .eabutrhee ... Carport.' stIlls awntnwlndowa .
Park, creaM from Plelda Sum. 6400 ..oath I.. Nan**'* Apart Floridanlihed I.10'1.1U7 BOM Memorial BUd. eeeUNFURNI8HEO 11.3..111 (100 down will handle. '-'m. I sirs. and arhooU ClIO buulatod. nice 5015b.

t 10' MV l*.. ru.u...... Ira _.10. MO .-..... Plow TWO ":.. fur. TIlAlL'" OWNERS You'U enlor Call T R Tucker jr. Realtor, oullIlls sod II.. prot.mlloo, JU.I borhood. no eitr take, ne elo_
bedroom l front kitchen lOulO OARAOB with' == No tourlat.1 DUPLEX I btdrooma Hunt en rour own lot la Lake MU t'7171 or Stop br 111 N 152 hal tttoto WanttaWB I out 0' 0ll. a. ........IIIIm.D\". In. oo.t Term.*. ", ..* bedroom
.... onolMuro. 10'.W aJurol. clean. Convenient APARTMENT neat end 6070 Hew Tampa MISC... rarport I block arhoolaouUtait wood Trailer ........, Two ManaaehuKtl Av.. for complete I.. MU .12aO ThIs hom. W55 la 101. Woodland Drive lot ?e' 0Osh'
.n oar....". 1111 But Main Near outh.lda loreUon : *. leo I21 Carolina blocki Be.t ot ..... Parker on detail OCT roiulul, Need Ultima ISIS .r.d. 01 Hr..... La... 101. do t.... IB.'IO
Bum Dlkleland
borhoo*. Call MU 1-J3B1 ood. aelah 131 For lust, 'Ma-4U7I 0' ... ..... Junil Btreet, laraa "I lota paved f orsols rent.l>. Mel Pad BV OWNER one arre, thre 1.4. worth 110000' Three bedrooma )
Mobil Homes Weatii2M THREE BEDROOM With carport I Ireet*, roolrIrt.d I ...round Ion. IHT Ea.t MomorIel.I room CB full III. baUi reroort. 531 Blraln, tl,too and two bed
122 MOTEL APARTMENTS, ona an.wo Ill uttllUmi. Pull .I.a.. a, 1Ed..rd .. room., T17 Bavannah, *7,MO, Bk, 3
80' NoruMauaehuMtta. 0111111 HI 000, I3SO to
room., linen., utllltle* fur., FO 10 10 RCIAL REBIDENTIALlurnliihed month COOL Brown MU1911. Hults..m. Jr, Rotator. 0032335'F 145 lutlneit Property ll-tlll room allr 3 pm.COISOMI.waotlds. hats ...... BH, dlerount for caaaCtASalFltD
WANTIm TIIAIL'" under SI 000, il.hed. DUIe MotaL 4100 Mew or tinfuralihed, rontala ....11I'11I. LIST YOURPROPERTY 1 I.. mp .0011. PIt.osSm000
pb00. TIm.. 2111.. 'Ihll.JInI T...... "I.h.... I Mel Rudr Realtor. 1617 But Menorlal FIVE ROO"' all 5100111 Woos. .....U'III IS"I73'
Dine Eaat aro.d..., Blvd. .,-4l07 ..0la... sod .1..10. furnnhud Ooodcation 144 Aeroogo, Lots For Sol.) TAMPA HIGHWAY ISO I .2I'. WITH US Lob* Mariana Pavd read U
UPPER TWO ...droo.... lltiui., on Pure Road ..> Owner want olfer John Bren. .mile moot Lakeland Auburndale DISPLAY
T.'o. oOm. kiloS.' .. boU.. order .. ... nan Realtor 124 We.t Main tRE8IDINTUL -
monm .10.0'0 ttt403(1 WO .JII13.. -
133 Mbil H.", .s LAKELAND BIOKLANDS If hortr ren't CLL It BURN
WILL AMUMB peraienla on siren H..r .,0... boa. Adul., .. Hlahlr "
10 wldo trailer After S no .Io..j 'ildentlal hometltai an prlw. .. COMMER C i'i:LinduaUlal IT DOWN" H U IBhortK Palm I 13.0 FOR sot equltn Mourn.mootbip .
call MU 44924I2S a% BLOCKS from .. CLEAN MODERN urnUhed bouietrallrn PIVB ROOM houM. Waur furnlahtd :ana.. CIty water Cal _.n...... lota silos elI ...... Mel or Realtor. LMUA, 104 S. Tenneue. pavmrnta of .5I Thretoom. There
the room, .,Ieb... wiui, dlnlnirr ., ootlaaei. Oood llvlntoondltlona Oood loratloB, Near ComBohool Realtor I3A03IOIBBON Rods, Realtor. 1111 S. Memorial Annul.. Phono MO itmNeat _. .. Tradewindi IU8 c...-
*, Bedroom, bath, tall MVOSJ Utllltlaa furnished bru Oa MlnMla D.... Blvd eee4107INDUITRIAL ( t$ 0. ..00. A... Parkin oohl. Pine Is
FIVE br.ol'ii8 .
: or MU -J3 521month. '
.... tllM-l$ ...ltl.. 553. .U 3.3487.TWO M.I Rodp RenloOr. 1537I. TRACT adjoin. LotJ OROVE PARK area Thre. bedroom .

BU>n for ..1.. Bchool 3 APARTMENTS CIa, ID. 3.4mom. 1 3.n. BEDROOM conorou blorkIth .morl.1 BI.d. IIU '''10'. Kraft rood. approalmelelv II CB. varpellnv. draperleiconditioned Only Discilisssa'er
USED Olcur .. W..r rUrDlllled. 040-Sos' otovo and nlriatrawr. nolonih Arre Hllh..,. Hallroad 440000 .U
"pe, Ford. Chevrolet OMCMM moa..I. ......31. 10' MODIIRN: GO.orod hou.. troll.eI ; PARK. Attractive lake John Or.,,... I air arreened 13
International Pram IKK OIl LoIS A... 'n Poll ClIp.CbU to* Norm Vormont. Phono view 10.... tar.. wooded el tee WIll i Realtor. 004103. WANTED TO BUY patio. built la O* ranaa SodoVrO.
uP. Contact H B LuCIA 411aoutfe THR' ROOMS< and balh. Near' a-: 7-3580. Liwlo DuONOIL ..3..01. ewer and waler ,.. Oood termi. i. torn lot. OIl 100 PrtienlKM
Inirahem Avenue, ..>. do..Io'.. .10 tart MaanoliMTJ Boa Pull Cltp, 1 THREE BKDROON CI simotOOW. NBO Land Company" sa-oos5. Clean three bedroom t>om locald > .. HOMO .J"IU lorappalnlment To

1101. 51.001, P50. 1-4(14 31', TWIN bed, water urnlahed fbi Ounce ....... $75. Cat 'IJIOOICE BUILDINO ".11.. 1110' 146 Farms, Crovti, Ranches .... of Florida Ave., between All Ot Your

ON' BEDROOM ...... .p.r' No pile, Adulu. tia week altmonm boO 53013.two 149, diracur behind 3tio Cle.e- Belvedere, and Beacon will: FOR BALE b.woran 4 buIld.Sr. .
ment. child acceptexl. Off Street t4. Meridian. BM-7304 I B.DROON hOUD., .... sad and Heltbt Blvd. Call MU 10021 .0 ACRI ero.-. 10 7 ,.... par ceh for banaia' with b..d 0... Star .U..IO fiisiiranrcfrobfeni
... "In.. water lurnlUied. too .'rfrhsarst.r "mloh.d. Lor. 101.Chlld..n MU -3t70. 0111-I. "'''rI.. 1530 Dlosppl5 maitlmun .l tit,000. III Cleveland Helahte beiutllultree
5S8.3483.LAKI ONE AND two bedroom trallera, Call tr.... tOnI 480.000, loud terme I *, Oak floor. air conditioned, *
patloa ......, uuiltlei funnIeS .Irom. astor 4wrnldept. LAND Con"'IIJ.
BUY-1010 acrea eeml.cleared Near Bebrlni. Contact LeRor .ald beat. Two lars* bedroom,
0 "ORTON: 2'br... ed. launorr lacUltlea. tl2-tlt PM MU 0.5520.115RSEDROO10 PIM land. Mo par acre ailkett. Dirk Mealtr Branch Of- FlorIda room loin and t A
SURE EASY aloarImoob. "du/to 001.. .001. ......... : ouUuldo ,3405rrOeettI.sseebfeuped.u4cross flea phone tebrlni BV t-nai. J. C. BYRDReal for .o..ooa. .ho ..nlO tho IT'S
450 Phon wo 1-43.t, Auburn. 1130. ", ... bedroom laknfront fenced. Corral and loadlni Rout 1. B.. 314 bOIl ODd prlod .10. .Iu.,

d.I.. 134 Mobil Horns lots '00. John Bronnan Realtor. 194Wwt chutes. (Bt per ..... 10 acrei WIth no .100Ia. ....... ....
TWO BEDROOM CB We floor. Main St1,4102.UNFUIUSIONKOTWO. snIp 46600 titoo down 300 .0..., DROVE moellr BARGAIN... ,. t 5hoc.!. Estate 682-03781 rated at 014 Kernerwood H. L ABBOH-HECKES
0 to old
I way to push ahead ii to p1.01 of .10... room, Co.... to LAKB BONNY Pour Star Mobile brdroumboil. to 3.000 head.....of.. four cattle mile onlr'ro.MO.,000 C.., 1 with food home. food rein location. or i. O. Permrnter horn BM.1044' Woodard, after I pnone MU
.r.rt.blp. 703 P.".... 'M. Home Park New I..... lota In _. 540 ond .... CI" 10 OarS.... Norm of Lakeland Call MalcolmThomaa 1.8.134. CO.
preu U. hlahwarfront.te.
turn to today's "Automobile' .07' Lakeland Hl. and Municipal .. I
; h drr rhoola MU -47JMontlrnllo onlr 1780 acre, Be. evenlnia. St0.7Ou wIth POUK BEDROOM frame home inDilriond.
classification for a MICIEl.Y FURNISHED too .rd.1 leetrlo, water and ....r. niX ROONI. .ul.I .....t. mod.5m5. A. C. Lois or II per 0.. Osrdor.' Burt _...., Realtor, 6SB-371I. 153 Houses For Solo 57.000. Small down
BeMr ..., bua llnea Block U ... Or will trade lor du-
room duple. DI.b'. .m.nt.
ate dependable auto- .... 571. .:::ilI" dl."IoI'i new 0.... Park Bhopplni Oen al.ra.. MU corStu.I-4M3"u. 070. 143 Phone MU Rraltp-tl33bedroom IOU. Out II.ID I GROVE & GARDEN OWNER UtAVINO Florida aoonoffera ilea. Phon* MU a..... FOR
I ter. Dood lake flihlni and boat.Int ., modern home at a reduced'
DUPLEX. MCC tltre. room. bath PIYI ACHE hllb sod IWO 10 acre. of beautiful 3 rear old .. 0000 THREE: bedroom bout. to.ralod HOMEOWNERSFIRE
Email peta. 1140 North Crratal lUll MOUTH Llnrola Adult on.Ir dri "" furnlnhed or
mobile. near hixpltal. bus line. Adulu. tab. Drive: MU 1-7473. MB. Clian .ul.t. Wet with modera boos** hard Hamlin 0'."".. on h..., eotl ,2UO Woodbine. 1I.Iu.DI.hod'l 1117 "".." HI.h.
no pet. Phon MV J-3307. Joe T. MacalUM, Realtor, ..J3374 road pond Irrliallon (enoedandicaped with 10 additional ex-re. of ...d.n sod HIlls. Pop .m.n ...IIf s.drll WINDAUTOMOBILE
DIXIE MOBILE Park 4850 New ....... Plant CltFrall land enhanced br a deep runnln.itream 80UTH8ID1 NEW Trade ,our ....m. mort.... m..t -
OARAUI APART.1' ' rampa HI........ Larta drr lota 711.a71O. .. All lor the low price 0' eoultr Three bedroom" that 141 SeLUS .11 ...... (:ell .S.
rl'o adult.. 170mb from Municipal metere, ....!... teleLAHOE FOB RENT Th... bMroom houao. will take twin "' 40. Walklnt dietanca .' 17711.
CLA."U O'LAY 800-3004 or U1I2UEPPICIENCV I ..hon.. ....a'7'. Sn rai. dlntn room. built la CHOICE 'O'.lao' 10' I. .11. 1.17 15.000.TED ahoppmi and .1....'...."
A PA R 1'MONT .lloh.D, IpsO Wept ,tit Clnot Porn Pl.... Luod.c5ppd 11,000 TOWSON cnool acrow .treet from aouln. I PUB. LIABILITY
MOBIL home lot for .... MU 6-1134, ....
round floor Otllltle furnlaheiWeM aO0bo24 esplims w.ok,04s. Realtor Junior Hlah. WaIl WlndMI
*ld*, MO 1-3830 rent IOlUt13S 1O94 MIlton treet.. ..bOD.hlU nln.. .'tor .. HI.VEN ACRBB ood farm land MIT e-iiRt tn .. FIb. A.. .tr.." off South Lincoln Avenue. 1 PLATE GLASS
TWO BKDHOOM, clean upelaln Ma"R HOSPIT.L. 2)0 Loot Lao.. on paved road Pour mile out eo br appointment. Phone Son.!.111. CHOOSE YOUR :
apartment for nell tenant chearearlv .. Rooms For list Two brdroomt Ranat nirlina- 800 acre. Terma Archar FROSTPROOFn IIB10 83-316l. COMMERCIALPACKAGE
SAL broker .
FOR rat,.., alerlrlcllr furnl.h low 578. Joe T MacalUM Bo.I.lor. 'SII.OJIa.lAKEFRONT
rd. 730 4MI374THREE A..... 141 Dunran MISC
c... PIUNUIS .DDCPSLAIlAND BouU MlHIulppl. MU CORNS" a'DROON 00cr bUD sob OP maturedl &
ASIA MObIS .107, ....... Qrn\Jem... prrfmrr.4. III BEDROOM ,....... (5014JO 351 Val matured! 943 NEW EMPLOYER

M...._ 0505 Sr00amd.ho POUR ROOMS aaUi Purnl.he W. Mainolla. MU .-...11.LARO. Powhalan. It InUrwlxlcall Val. rouni. Price I5T500. M* OFFICIAL GUIDEto LINES OF
."d. MU ..13THRKB .
.5. or .unfurntahed Oood location 51.0010 .1... seeur ..... Down. Moellent term oa balance
M-laWMI ao Or.> Harden* Near Morion collete CM-MID, rhurotiee, and Lob, 0.55055..05.11.. MTJ. 21340.0.'OMFORTAOIO PcI. r_ nrar pool BEDROOM olflra and SouUMlda DUMandKhool '18 acres on sand bottom Call Jim ..... with T. R. Tuckpr rental bargains in today's "Help Wanted"ads. INSURANCEYou'll

...1....* 727 Interlace D. TWO BEDROOM duplel. tile bull IOU SOuth TinnauM ake. Priced reasonable .J.. Re.llor, IISS.tI13. the Classified lection Turn back to Classified -

tt-Mtilt 711 1*.>00. Lea* bOOS.'.d. I with "ahower utlllura permanen ,..eon. 51210 BEDROOM t0. 2tIIrhoprlrlir. St 8000l MU 4-4174 after a. Terms can be arranged Turn back now for the i now for hundreds of I
*.: ..- 'adulte Bachelor title or bOn ..,. pe-tIOS and DIM, TWO BEDROOM CB homo, lull I Ideal I ) Get Better
house job opportunities
147 Incom.
M.I..... 141. tan. at.a .S.210' Call 053-3233. out oil. bus, losS off Wabadi development. Property room apartment or

M."I 034 00*.mueehlP.rkooV LAKE PARKER brat brand new ,'13 to ..,kl.. MU t-1654 About 8 miles from Lake you need. Service
lour room tele bath terratao Unfurnlihod THREE BEDROOM home three
138 Apart ONE BEDROOM eotlaaa unlurnl and.
II OlIO 15405 noon ...... room studio, electric .hr-d, hot wal.,. hi.ter and rot ......, I..*. iwlmmlni pool. A:
M-2M417 t4l Salem. .... heat, fIrst floor. MU ''''13.. von onlr. ta Medulla MO B. plus (700 5 month Income. Bpropertr <. DISPLAY CLAIIIPS5O O10PLAV
000 OM Apartment and owner at 8403 Tai Claim
tt-a.*IT IbIS Cryetalae.aevtaa POUR ROOMS acreeaed cured, Lakeland Inert for colored people 410S. W. R.'IBiII" WILLIAMS llewood MU .-' 0DKLUXK Fast
1.8.00. .."""d floor Clean eonvenlentlrlocated. North Lincoln and Weak 7th THREE: BEDROOM, on. bath. In i
TH8 Didii'
I. DOlI n toO Inquire lit ....... New ,MU 55304.BRAND loud lornloo 1740 Hununiton Adjustment*
2505 cer.1 Way York REALTOR LMLA Two bedroom.. oak floor. Lari. ,
11.000 10114 chEW. n... ..U... Rental (100 per month. Call MU '00"'., air conditioned. Priced tor
".."" 0503 cer.1 War. ....001.. "' 1. U the Blent two 1-M21 or MU -vets 1831 S. Florida Ave. homo 0. In'.D' Imp,.. ZOoci Plus
Til loins. *It.0S0 04MI bedroom apartment In Lakeland Poll RIOT or ..1.. 00050 POlIO 688-1236 o.lnorOe to MU 2-5334.
0007M aamar. 404 Oak floor. air conditioned. built r..rrd psrd sod 010111 bou.. TWO""'D P1n-U-O: apartment. $$$$$$$$
tM-ttini SOOn M. Nod,., I nrsnpse 4 oven electric Phone MU ,-..11. .
) furnlihedConditioned
A... un LEDGERCLASSIFIED lichen. You II find Bono .. kltohen* Alp
CLEAN TWO bedroom hou. Excellent returnnverjcnent o. SAVED ON
.011 a _
nice Charlea Bnrder phono MUI
Ml-OWMT *x Ainueta ai. rlo o In modern oonrenlettto .. Phone 1l1a.08U.
..... .''IeL.II. ADS J'.121.I niontti. Ingulri 11] WratPalmetui 1 YOURINSURANCE

50.320024:. W.UI 714 ACCI Hnhland MOMI'"d. TWO BEDROOM duplea la Dlllo* street.BIX THERE'SNOTHING ort 1501.. BANKS furnuhed.Place'11.Income.". p.op.Oood
and 5.01..1.4, I7t
1 '00 a ROOM unfurnntiedblock Two lermc Br owner. Can be teen IT ,
M._." .: H"I_' Av.. month Leahr, owner, MU .3-4J41. from Pleim. 'M Aeeepttera oIl dsp SuIurdSP sod 8und..,
... 'Of ilU 1.7804.LAKE 1217 But MrrUe rear cot- F,broar r aa bud 03. or ..511Jsrk.aerIlIs PREMIUMS
M147114 II. H...... *.. ,, _CLAtttriKD DISPLAY MORTON ..... ..... RA 4-5000.
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Chek trlopes.
M.Him 114TowneendTIM tot MODERN two bedroom duo OUPLEX, rURNlSHED Clo>* In 'I'ESCIIECK
.ve. 11.404 'tor, Duo-Uierm be 10", r."I''j P11
Ii1 plei eleotru kitchen tii-3240 or % .W.I at 17 500 Leahr Realtor
M.II ?704 yler A ijoeem a,* 008.0311 porch W.. ... tuba $ 8034501.CIIAN PERSONALa 710 Norm. Mauaohtuetta, MU S. "'" FIRST

M.MUTT MarOia Drlv* ., 1141DUPLEX..
FIVE mourn hau. Sore..4 ....
10 204 TM DUPLEX three room andbath.
o..ohuadroNoar DELUXB In nleenelahborhood
IronS cufol. 0441 verr
M.M42IT IOn lunaat Or. III Modem, *40 Btonth. lot
100 .00P... .r'bool. 011 bIll 1100 a Ledger'- "Personal' hardwood tloorenr ,
au' Lemoa Btreet. TelephoneTHREE -
M..._. ....'h. 055.0205.. 548 Phons MU l.a3417.iPA conditioned el.rlrlo heatvlentr .''u...
oUiT i' Column. Want to tloeet ......, ranaea and ,
4r.u.{ R E B bedroomaNewlr
.... ... ROOMS bath modern reinsertion, douhle carport >- 1 ,_I
.... USED TRUCKS Painted Larit .ard. Carpon. spread a "secret" allover
CIOM to cjiurchea, atorM. _0011. ...... combined Want eomelhlnanlre CO.
Ml.OOllIT Aide' *Drlv. Bee to approont ail ....1Ch..IN. Conveniently lecatod.. 1401Joeephlno town? Dial I I MU StIlt U It, Owner. .8..ltI01I Amsa Scopo Srnov.._ -'-
1100M AND TRACTORS MU -4114 USd10, JAsolbu
6-1151 for an ad-wrlterl! ONE BEDROOM duplea Year old
.. MM houee 117 S. T
M.'If' FOR RENT unturnuned .nn.
JUBT F1NUHED: tour a bedroom Mr oondltloned Land.-Lakea
....... ,
1 00* 'SO c.\/.o "I' ..omssO I bath, olf Set.tow boprob WnHm,0 Co.olidisom APOOmMoDpsed.moone
S..TOW .00. SONOS ....u. ..... .......... "n. apartment for adult, Central Five Road MU 1-lWt Motel 140 florISt Wabaah Arc. b Srobo I. N... sod A.amlol.o, Ph. MU 2-5113
M.14243 lOt N. inland, 0'.aopp..." ..t txreuahut. neat and air condlUonlnl overI nu..
Or T (0* SOlO EieaeUent tire*. .000 ... ,t. of let,notes. Built.n UNFUHNIBHED: THREE bedroomhouea
M 141711 1300 aeeaer I' A buy I= I I" ....., One block from .011.... S.rrmn I Itll Oak Hilltreet CLAUIPIIiD DIIPLAY" _CLA IIFIID DISPLAY
tI' .M II INTMA1ptehua. At 7Ja744 Park Hill Call Don MU330, -
-147Tf lllf Mill Av.. Ciaail. A.t oondCA Utton '.'.110] or 282,
*.100< "
tt.141141 UII Tat* Ave. DOrru'"rt.,. BUY LIKE RENT!
too* *Mtt .un...... Ml I

STMTt ..01'4* Tea Circle. _W.. NOW 2 BR.Southgate.Fla, room, n. a'i "It's That Time Again For Our"

00.270541 70 007440 L0

tt M7T1* *110*.o rereel D,. Thee Are TIED DOWN 3 BR oak shaded lot, 827 STARTS
... TWOIn..tI.
5.000274 013 ....I. Strosi Ruth.

M-MUtt 10' *0"N.W, Ittll a _Dr.. .....n .nd.....,...Cub... "' .C.det....... 3 BR Vbath, Fla. room,
100 "* H" .nd .... C.II TO THE HOUSE? near Crystal Lake.
tt-2t7T4 !, Av.. 4. muou&p 'ar dm050. I
.T1h 004... 07154.5 .......... 3 to choose from Parade of Values- FE.AI2nd:

M-M7US ..000....... Avenue Many ..... No problem! Lakeland' 3 BR 2 bath, Winston

School area. I
WINTf NAVIN/AUUN ft c..... frisoQUILLIAPI supermarket of value. I.I Is ,
DAL' ".." MO"" 3 BR. Fla. room n. a rSearltown
".127IM MM Oakland *dM It your fingertips the 8 A.M.
S 008 I rent only.
.111411 710 boA L. t* Classified section I Shop
M-S1I2M 41 neat A... Owner.MEL
there now I RUDY
tt ixtllt 404 Keel A,.. I REALTOR

tt.IMIll 404_Koat A... 2)15 D.d- City H.,. I 15>* B Memorial Blvd. We invite "
Phm MU 2-41 ITfParmerly 44-4107 anr time
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tt mrtT io4Jwiiiia.2M 50.It.,*. I I _ _ visit our lot

tt Mi TIS Mth tt.,
NWttSTlld 11 000 during this sale
141 T.n. ..
Or. 11 .OO II.74 ...... ......
tt-STT44 101 Park Di
10 :29* eoeo
".1""' 10. .*..aeaeh ri,0 BRAND NEW EVERY CAR IS

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C.M..* I.. .1M 1964 PRICEDTO BE SOLD !

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, .iai4 :...000....* .-

M."_ Central Aye.II 744T04 COMETSGEORGE '63 THUNDERBIRD. Fully oqulpp.d.

W* George Washington Spec 1 a,s I
M.IIII" 101 1110 a
M._" 114 RiOO .t.
TKWJMW WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY '63 FORD Calaxl 500." Fully oqulppid Including 01,. 2 lo choose from. '49 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan
M._" Nsee
6 Cyl.
**- 2714 V..II'd. '62 FORD Country Sodan. Fully oqulpptd Including air conditioning. 3 to chaos from. $4QOO
.*-.21_ I" .....rot '
... 62 PONTIAC Bonntvlllo. Fully equipped Including air conditioning. 4-Door'
10000; .._ '57 FORD Hardtop. V-8,

M..MIM 'MM! eo"I'..od47o '62 PONTIAC Catollnq. Fully equipped Including air conditioning. Automotic

..42u$3 M.'.. Rd $9900
000 T4M '62 RAMBLER American 4-Door. "8 ittck." Trans. Only .
441411 lilt list .t.NW $4180
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**.*_ .07 00 Peineetta TMlo Itd 1889 MonthiMiitifvl '61 FORD Calaxlo 4-Door Sedan. V-S, automatic, radio, heater, power steering and

4-41M1 ? *e.illa at.u broke

5.1.101100 III, ...Polb .e. 2-Door s...... I... 36 monthly payments '46 NASH Door Sodan. Like new. Note :

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051.500050 tn. ...Palm Dr. clu"." doll ay.. vl.... .nd .rmreit after Vt down paymentIncluding '60 DODGE Station Wagon loaded with air conditioning. We're open for your convenience

MAiNn CITY ASIA .Moajt... eul a.rni, 170 CII. I... '64 FORD Falrlane 500" 4 Door Sedan. V-8, automatic, radio and heater.
**-U444 W.n.n.I..'. ."t_ I I I credit lift I Insurance. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

10 (!*., 1 spud! .11 iyr hrnli4 '63 FORD Folrlane 500" Sport Coup Bucket teats, V-8, radio, heater. Tutono paint,
tt14T4ttttltMt P.nettete .t. 8 A.M. Till 9 P.M.
D.......... white wall tirei.
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D..........- '61 FORD Ranch Wagon. Automatic, radio, heater, V-8. 2 to choeto from.
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50-43731. .U SS_WiOSS II'"..". /IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AVAILABLE '60 FALCON Station Wagon. Radio, heater, standard tran.misiion, air conditioning.

W-UM14 I U 005._. Uti .1. '63 FORD Country Sedan. Fully equipped Including air conditioning.

08340800* .n ......
II _COUNTY ATCLAUDE '63 FORD Convertible.! V-8, automatic, radio, heater, power steering, white wall
.M1744 ARIA lll MOtt Cie.elarid ..d. tires. Never been tagged or tlfltd. (Naw.) (
10 ,to

tt-S7JU *?01.. w.JTt Jleaaaiit JENKINS '61 DODGE 4-Door Sedan. y.., radio, heater, power steering, power brakes.

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.OLD *IOT''AVAILAaL. 941 East Main St. Phone MU 2-6152 .84A&

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REAl ESTi-n-- REAL ESTATE 153 Hews For Sal 151 HOMO For Sell 153 Mosses rr SellIT'S 153 Huttet Fer Sale 1 151 Koines For Sale HI Mentis For Solo 1S3 Hems For Solo

153 Hews For Solo 153 Houiet For SaleRIMT .-. --- 140cnailnut Inuj RTAtmTOM Avanuf. oornrr FIVB UNIT lurnMtad
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PER MONTH horn. Aiwrunanla r.nud.nlra
$50 .. GOTTA GO! Florida room, kulll I IP. rant and a
TOP BOUTHRtDB loraMon' nrar LOCATION IB LalUlalld stet dInIn ram Pln.l" 10m.u. Florida room, .ora of homo laimtdtau w "- t .. ..
.... ... locom. Call altw B.KHS701
Cta. .nd 0010. OW.-
Lou HolhniiworMtroflin new lour Two btdronm .....or' Florida Horn wl\.ll INlw. dou..1t land, tltrui tri x. ..780. Lunn ion. Joa T 000.IUM, 0.140. 0. air
I'!( toaui air rondlillr room harawood Heart |.0 o dork .. door onirr l.r.r. /0501. ,.,.., A luhi/ut I kodnxim. ham Hood Ownr, (itg.i4>o,. .. 01.1.137.,. .. M- Iranriirrad MU 1101. -. .-
tl0nl0.. :' I carpnu-d Loi' 121illrnt > rood. Iran U*.. Mulhtld.SM I and 3 bMlrooni f m hmN lrl>r Bra., mot d.. All rurnlitiM 5nWp lo mot. --CLAISi1IOD DISPLAY CLAaIIPIED' DISPLAY CLANIPIOD .io-LAY CL6/OIF Io DISPLAY
140' llnanilm Phonr, I'". 10. it bur II .mall that. 'u.1 k> "old. immMlula.uallrrlnfl ,. irattl. addrtaa. a.0 OUoa, build. Into. Nebo ho.oliw sod fllolnv .
h < n cloHot eo t nopolo. ,. i
.J-I31J or tIIM\-JIU .n"8IJ. > kr Tin Bum. .
dotrn Harmful FHA flnnnrrdOil Viola ndII
I Minimum down ..... a
.11 p vini .. .. III
TWO MU 3-44M .0 umiiii M thai
houo .
Hull 8IWI 'ind MM nova In Por 'Informant
-- 1M111-M:
On blip Una Ju.t out of iitr 1'iiRii' BRDKOOM Lod full ,.0.. Mandar Ihroum "'I ., 5
Three Dod room. Inn I ill. Kalhi aatlu l.mllr room Np.rsl0' w 1. PHONE
llvlna room kiuhm dlnma room ullhlr .I iui >ho..r wall.le.l wall RETIREMENT .
tarpon 11 to' uvini M>a of hoe, lot Iht nianr> bbl pal .hotli sod but llnr Prilnt.' mnlh. Walkm, MU T J4S2 ,'lion Hii il Mil J-4 JAUTO : ir YOU ARR ONB or TH!!
LUCKY row!: OFFICE 682-6M7


I I I tow 11 Jour DISTANCH' -. TWO 010R00MO_ 1I..lIor ... L"LA
.11 a:. or.n.. "I."Sk .
M360000 IILIIJ..H.Ud :
Ij I ALL BRICK HOMES >. .t Ih. nun of lt>. Ow '

Ii j 111 000 00. R0-10l IT'S DIFFERENTSEE t.

I 1 por BonUi 1014 OIlIt WOOD JUS" OPTLAKn
mill down '.'.'01 .> Mr IcuiUinr ROOM PIRItPLACIC -- DIN1NO
nodvli no* vodor on..00,010. .. ROOM I1000OOO .......7I
i 001. COVIIIIR 700011PRUROOMa : IflS W. Lak Bonn Dr. tOne
I"I..oRmA ROOM Llm. Hrrn ftoriooli ""It I-I.rnl, 4
IMPERIALCONSTRUCTION $11,00000. 00004.IVININ00 lino bnlraomi run with 0
I w.H-lo rloxt t Ulo bithi wlnnltr. ev"r
: : eAu. NRACKNLYMU : Orowlni rkrlni rlihl inraur
CO., -4HI own ..n-I". plarldi room
5 11
baron *IU| k..uUlul kulll-ln t v.iI2 .
INC. 01ahpop ..u".. hoe 0101,. roomind
411 *o. 1'1& AnMllRl ll..ln. room Onlrd hut and
9-J4H ROY SlIllfItt'AL'tO" eondltlnnln Prom .... kaU : '
,onr MO 0.10N000x woodland + ,
SALES I I. IU own nabllkt Lario rot".-
ion room wiin utllltr roam. des
and workthov Urio b..ottfullpLndN.pN I
PAINT & PUTTER LULAJU lot On Mwvr Thprtro .
I. PLO AVa: fi8l.3141 .
hoi 10..> rXurod U 11.1,
t.rm. Immrdlaio. M.
1'111. 1 kwlrnom. in flOG IrwH could ....100. 1 hate Iha to,. UN-Ill. ,
M a doll hoiii VII hit., f.''n., m tt@y tA sGt
and soma paint RO-KMI It hilathrd BEST BUY NORTH! H. L. (Shorty) Palmer ((1.;
/5ri1p 5100. w.oh h011., .t.I M
cllrui tr M Low d wipiymrat .. Spotless two bedroom, Florida Rraltor LMLA .
804 Boulh Trnnouao A a.PDann .
kalanct SDO per month room, air conditionednear MU 1-I171 ....a' kbkN .. IR' 1' 1. Y
1 trt inn rtilow kruk homo Uiit hospital, only 9,500''! Ntlt I. S. Tena. A... m LoU aT
alto nrrdi paml and flulni n.,h. HISp1SUSES CONTINENTAL,
IIoutc of finality Cars In0' muor in ".'0"'. but Iou.h RO1088. l
'Ins on 10 our .,.. Um. would c NLY CAR DINERi13 A NEW CONTINENTAL,,,
put \hll I Io"'roo" homo I. IlpMP LARGE ONE SOUTH! NICK TWO BEDROOM: KOMIPurnUhod : Line. lot N.or 5011000 ...
and I In
.m. t>-
BARGAINS GALORE RN.4"0 lIou\h"Ht Prko op. Three bedroom, Florida I allant rondlllon .a'./42' lot V
1004 ..
for 0000,1100W room on large lot. Kids Patad drlvo and ..,porl 131S NRruntll .IMIeIMMR>.Me. r+ + we n A .en
Avtnur Onto INI5. lair
walk to new school. RO--PHA ..r.... HN-484.
'64 CORVAIR Monta R "Bill" WILLIAMS 1073. You might say the biggtst difftrcnci, alit
Coupe.$2395 -mod l Continental and brand-nw one la hw Lwrr Io"u Ite1..
( I A. S. MORROW a o,..
n.wl) .
Only It''AL't01t LNLA :nowi
MEL that on. ha* bn toad testld a bit long.r than
'63 CORVETTE Sting! Roy. fi8..IU. Branch CXflca the other. Pro.
New. Only $4395 --- LMLA REALTOR 401 E Memorial Blvd You can scarcely ten that It II not brand-now.
OWNER SALE? MORTGAGE BROKER MU '-'186I The classic look has not chsngcd. Th. car has $3395

63 RAMBLER Station Wag. $2495 Small Down Payment} 1527 E Memorial Blvd. bn restored to prim condition In both appear

Leaded. Only . . On Hollr Road In "' 0.. Arrrat Inl" dial 686.4107 any time once and performance.
brdroom. t bath hoiElrcUlc ... Andth.price Include,ustlndard.quipment, Nrpr 11.,16501105HVP1
63 RAMBLER 4-Door. ranic and nfrlitralwood virtually I and teatur. tool: peed 0.0500 o 1N Nnfato'
$2495 floore irrvanrd every lunury performance ,... ...
porch. a p- 5..140 too RNrh "'
Air, Only . .ro'' : .or.... 110.1&0' lot. ihad< IDEAL FOR 10HRE[ you can Imagine Why not make this your year to 0..1505.50..nN
'62 I 17 MO Munihlr' pixmrnU Ml .move,. up to a LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
PONTIAC Convertible.
Call r.rl It.h.o. at MU '-7&8.r
$2395 I
TU 67173Don't
Shorp. Only . .. RETIREMENTJOHNJ.BRENNAN I helpful and productive

'62 OLDSMOBILE F85. Miss This One 8ou1ll.". INo/106 .1.. 10 IMp.Pt workers us Classified
$1995 Southside Location ,.. 1 room 100. 1OOlh... CLAUDE JENKINS'LI1VCOLXMERCVRY
Air. Only . 10..1. lot. .nd orl..d &IUII Vds. An ad-writer will
i N... irhooli and rhurchn Thraardraonti '8&00. ......JOoH.
'60 THUNDERBIRD. ,,.I'd Florida roomjnual help you attract just-
I. $1995 hP.lnd air, .rendition
Air. Only, . . Ins, modrrn kll'hrn *iu anark right worken. Dial MU
bar t>r.... Includrd Corn lot
'60 MG Sport Coupe mines Wffi ....&00. R0.Itop LMU IIM-4102 61151.
$1295 686-7700 A ".11', horns I. HII Gill 941 E. Main Lakeland Flat PH. 682.6151We've
Only . . ,

ThrN bedroom. .
ly4 Iwo Ioo\h. oar ---
Air. . . . .0ndUIPn.d_.,.Corn.Inlnn.: lot. hill I. .
Into llvmt dlln. 00arn. 1'.11.,
ioui and whllo provincial kltchn -

NOW 2 LOCATIONS lat> kraakfait snipe. Ioull room-'.. lot.Lovely of cabl-in. Put the Axe
orlor drror Uirouinoul. Plui .
addrd S..t.rr..1.k. this a
nail allracllva homo. |1S 400.
1360 Highway 92 Auburndale MU e.l90a

10i r. .
1011 East Main St. Lakeland I I

(If w. oWt key It en* pfoct, If will probably i LOOK UPtoday's To Used Car Prices !

be at the elder./ Cars For Sale ads

in this section and be

ON THE SPOT FINANCING values amazed Don't by the delay excellent ( :: For The/ Washington's Birthday Celebration!







b1 rt;,
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bllro.. wha. a whwt.male
11501505 whla

S Ivory finish Loaded.

SPECIALS Demo.Reg. .

40. Q _:, !u/ $7440.58

$2.= ;>0.<)0 WILL IIUV .

'55 DODGE 2 ton long wheel base


'52 FORD F.7 long wheel base 2 ton 'FOR EARLY BUYERS '

'59 VOLKSWAGEN Pickup b '64
53 PLYMOUTH 2.Deer Cambridge. r i / r l I t NPLYMOUTHv1

Stick, 6 cyl. Flihermon'i deluxe $76 _

'58 DODGE Stl.Panel.;;.OOUILMIUV Real good. '55 MERCURY Y-', automatic Rum good $76 These/ Cars Go On Sale At 5.111.11..40.Dom.."s.wam.5.e./1..111oovNa"N Pen.

'54 DESOTO 4-Do.r Sedan Automatic, V-8 $76

'55 FORD /Pickup ton stake body These Prices Sat. at 9 A.M. $2676

'56 FORD Pickup

'56 WHITE WC 22 .v
I 1

.._ ... _. e 51.5.. W0.". ."c... S
".rdl... VS. 0Mn.ti. 3 .50.00. 55.,0. 0Nm1 PP 5N0r 1.0.In 0
.pre, n.m,Nl W". h."". 0.050,0.. ..50,10.. Meth. .. ,.... ,,.. 115040. 0Wn ...... IINW ...
; 11500.11.1N5M ""I.. rc ..... 0.n. 5wn..r Or.. On. ....... n. ror0r ..50. .. MOl' ..I
sum.cm11,1., IIUV 7/000 10o /rot f
'62 CHEVROLET Corvan. Real nice. $2576 $'i476 on'$1576 $976 $976 .fPLYMOUTH

'60 FORD Ranchero Clean. Painted

'61 FORD Ranchero

'51 INTERNATIONAL R185. Reconditioned cngint. '60 PLYMOUTH '59 PLYMOUTH '60 fORD '60 PLYMOUTH 'SSOLDSMOIILl 10,53 AN. 1.J 0..1050..11.111.N.Nb., red,.,,

'59 CHEVROLET 70, air equipped tractor t Door50.11.. NeM. For,. MO. 5011. 1 tel. 4-Don, 50000. e. 1050..' 5050500.1 ..dr.: e0 h ,01000.0.oro... who.., 1..a r.1.,r...
'59 CHEVROLET 1 ton, utility "S.P.r ,.m. rNw0.M,OOI ::/::.n- 545. :. 0.P I =:..roo .050.,11. ,0,0 01140 10 Nter.D.w, wINN
.01150. Rw, 5011 04
'60 FORD /2 ton pickup. $776 $976'IH $976 $976 $476 $2$76 .

56 GMC diesel tractor.

5:3,11)11Si,0(1I; ( '60 CHEVROLET 57 CHEVROLET '59 PLYMOUTH 51 fORD 57 BUICK IOOnmP

'56 DIAMOND T diesel, tilt cab. 4.Der _.". 11-.0 ....... Poll .._ 00400. ".d,.. c.".......... N_ .... 4.550' 001110.. 850...
... .."- r..... 115040. ::=' ::: i v.L :. :::It .berme.ro10 ,
61 FORD F-1000, full tractor equipped. 0,1..1150, 1115. N: ,:'1.1 .. N. .040,00.15 .

'62 FORD F-950, like new. $876 $976 $676 $476 $276

'57 MACK B61 diesel

'54 MACK diesel tandem
'58 DIAMOND T tilt cob. NH220.

'63 CHRYSLER Newport 2-Door Hardtop. Green Automotic tron.million, powerlteerinS! Gold. whoa. .r1. NNt .
Several Other Gas and .040,0.1140 whN .1111
Diesel Tractors; This Class. e" tone ,die, heater, power broken. deluxe steering wheel, padded Instrum.nt panel, var- "'", /n 1e

table wipers, tinted glow, all windows. Wheel cove,.. Sill mauldingl. Remote outside mirror, $

anti.fnise, white will tires, oir condition .d. 2376Reg

George Washington Birthday Special//'/

$4245.55 SPECIi\.L 52976 .;



Set ewe .' fhete. lateimen

} TRUCK c. C. "500.., Herb Ganaral $.!.. MinafarAlhm HAROLD FUSSELL

M. silver, J,. \\lttt Car S.ln Ma"a,..

'l)1 FORDIff Art IfcaHy Da.U ....w 1,11 Johnionluirlt

( DIVISION OF LAKELAND ) Ham* Mike ChcniWn Leas Harvillfn4
(Over 22 Years ef ae'eee(,, Quality Service

1430 W. Memorial Blvd. Phone MU 6-2159 W.lkar
411 N. Florida Ave. 682-7113


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153 H..... Fer Sale 153 Hones for Sale -,151 II..... For Sale III Nooses For Sal.PROV REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE II
doublo Tttltn nrport BEDROOM, .. too, k>Ul. 0 T...OWNER. ThrM kttfrooB (!II N VITBMMT III o two !bMroombomi owxrot, turoa _1'01IIII 151 .Heeiss For k''. 151 HeemFerSele
oorn r tot ,
sewn De elater. ..,'..tee... O M Itulflkl". '''",. Four ra (mount ot bad IMOJUI. o rtlr lurnlohtd' BanyMful-
013.0411. 154 c. Moeiw MI Oro Pun MMBMlroom lam Weal Hh eu-ott MO ..>.>.0.d.nllLAfItJ fB1 aitHkpM: Oamor lot, oxjiooloni TWO ttlCUItOOM ca borne, Weal rim UkRUI ,t...... bow. I
= tl1, ..... at tfoor. (It.100. n* rat, owiiplttclr furoln.d. IS..a Ion I b"u.. milt trroi.Low ...
Pose.' : Ml, cno.1 h.HKOHTBumlow ..., '. no.a. Thor trrontoil. OM.j g| T rm.. tll. Ooo>r.ii .trCLAiUFISD HUM. Pool M-lt4ft,
JACARANDA AVENUE. PRIVA atw NYAL, CR, Utr o !boo-roora tout kr ......Lot r. owuiruo Mriutcutem HB UCB ol.too, ....In. Coillornlo. .I OlSPtAV. CLAU'.D' DISPLAY-' TOMLINSON'SLOT
MRI fuioroniu" ..
Atmuo. IB BMU.tuul balA two bloke boo end loetUim Uio _'. Would will OMrtffco two 500 -- .- -. -- -
Loko. Dillon Bii.M. Thro from_,_..Cmui Uko ochool. com 'loosed morl.11' 1" room boon o rlart condltloirtwl .
bMreoitii Iwo ::.II'-"UI'
Used .
baUu oloo. turnlahrd tn, _.. N IIUsUIN lops. lociUon ClovolMit 0.1.51.btlos
trio MUlni hot buliuia even VA mort.s. .81.1111, TBii Woodland JUlia.New for 113,000, U Sold It,
and ruito braakfut bar oni, Moroh 11. Owner 153.0001,
MOO duel InUaaco moniil,.
1005 WEST .4t DOWM, Its month burl ,
FUSSELLE A SONS. INC. List (Or** """ toem borne. Arobaritaitii OF e o
ill 0 FlerhU up Hl3 BONNIE .!!: rwi.>uro< krokor. .*.. HOME OF FIAT 100 AND 600

CL..o. 'I"L"' "'V '"'10 superb I b.dropm hems Is I $100 Down Molt fceiremfcel' Of Jetport CempacfiRamombor

eaullo.Me t5... weal from 1..Uoa 011,100 wn PNUrrd, Check our Hit of excellent 63 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full
M11000 COMPLETELY $5195
50 OMUV50Lrr Hardwood floor. 1..... klldwa bargains In young homes the 1100 Hot the.....h..t 4-D.or Import, power, tottery olr" conditioned .
41 lee .,Noun., A LanepM wild bull'-ID 500.001.Owen. dlDlnl MI..m'0ne.olnl.n' Low monthly piymenti. VA FURNISHED with full I ,...."... II... Economy r5... '
63 CADILLAC d window' Sedan. Full
susSopt.o .m'o. A I..tll ."'.. wild and FHA owned. $/mQC
.sod learn ...11..... O7
ole conditioning *
Right down to the silver power, factory
SNraw.A 1 O.ndIUM.5 rrMIM, T. R. TUCKER Jr. R. M. MARLER and dishes kitchen.. I bedrooms WE HAVES '63 OLDSMOBILE $88 Holldoy Coup. Like new Air
$695SO REALTOR & SON with screened In ftfecffoit/ of viia* ten fo tit your eecktfeeeh. conditioning. power steering end brakes, hydro.

COOT BROWN 111 N. Ma... ,... L.b11ed LMLA-KMltoni4 porch Urge garage It carport '44 CHEVROLET 60 YAUXHALLMe erotic, radio, heater, electric I $3495
Gn d Truck. PIU A..a Id1r Prop.rb.n'IJ Msnnn t e. HIM tm 14551Sbtar Southilde location -. Mi 500 5140151 l wlHi window .
take over .A ,Ana Proprrtp MnN1q ttkolu MB* IN11 .kll. now II. t l.
it S6 .OO per mo. .e'500eu. lt> _I... for 'u CADILLAC Park Are Sedan DeVille. Full power /1
Jj OL..O. OIlPLA" _c AaI/PI I. 6"P UL after lubctatitlal down pty -:. ANGLIA'l Factory air $Q7O y

: ment. RO-1095. | CHEVKOLtT *.tn.r.,Wo *i>ow Mil oar conditioned . . . . .97aof 1

ORDrS1pbK 9 BRICK HOMES r 1..1.:: .. kOnunLNr C.-'Iblo.. .Au"..... nM .t' NnwemwIN. 62 PONTIAC Bo"na.lllo Station Wagon. Air conditioning '
1n :b i i'i": : i ;.wea; NOW HtRI'J ONE reel I sharp, loaded with aft $OQQC

E\.A These Select for Brick homes /N/Y 1895 "...1. THUNOIOOIO.O NanllyoHot. .: factory power equipment' maWf+t
Ire ready
OCCUPANCY. Features to. 42 CHEVY II r a.:rw on trot,**1 '62 PONTIAC Grand Prix. Redio, hooter, automatic

elude 3 It 4 bedrooms 2 M" 'oa C..I.. Automate transmiuion, floor console, power'
SALEContinued baths Florida & dining PMnm O0l.O.'ndiS I ,.bower. '32 .I INTEKNATIONAlpitkuo I steering and brakes $2795
rooms. AS law as 1450 down And It's sllp 1595 Hunt ooo4, hat ovorIM
'" of rukkor, 60 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille.
: 195
-FHA end NO DOWN PAY- but tlvo $2595
57 OLDSMOBILE Full power
I "' Ow Hrfull .. L "" Ml,
vnrar .n 4 ar. trot '49 FORD '60 CHEVROLET Impala 4-Door Hardtop. Real sharp.
Thru JUST LISTEDThis III P0540' J7J ,1.10.11 v.1. Economy special' 6 cylinder. Power $1/Q *
feb. 27th
oIuot........... 7S If7 o9
nice 2 bedroom home Mew H.,,'. A fpeclelt glide, power steering and heater
Is completely FURNISHED JASUASl 5.wn '60 PLYMOUTH Fury Hardtop Coupe. Automatic"
hae screened In porch, IMM' **!**. 50.00 f vtvAr* TWO SPECIALS
BUY A (no. w r braliM, whil transmlsilon' power steering,
SOUTHSIDE, and only $10.. wall UrM. UOO mitfw Int. breks1095
M r-OMTIO. .Runt... 0.4. radio end heater . .
90 RN-104D. A trull '..1.' -
$0 IMPERIAL 'J. .. ..... ISO '59 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Full!
. $2095
1964 FORD SCOTT KELLYRealtor er.w' :, :u"C* : power, factory air" conditioned .
4 .do'
FALCONFOR M I hm4' powr 0 P. '11 0005 0 II
LMLA U nil. Pi.bup. V'S so '59 CHEVROLIT Parkwood Station' Wagon. V-8, air
'63 RENAULT conditioned automatic transmls
213 B. $1001
MU 2.5195HOMES o 4'D onto r.ono.Low priMO1 mllMo rioht.*, 15..'. '60 CHEVROLET sion' power steering, brakes, R&H l fc jroV

Mir V* 4.Door Kadlo.h '56 CADILLAC 4-Door Seden. Special this waek.
$4350 Per Month 49 CHRYSLER ::.tor. outom t.. ... .. .*:
o ton. 5000.1 br."" corn Full power and air
After Regulor Down BY oval t 50eartwr llmou* oa o hound 450'.0 $395
Payment .m>..Tiho...I'.it lar A hundredon4 troth Qlvo, i u. M293 conditioning' .
We ore putting en. a Beaming' tali iMt''' week and OVER 50 CARS TO SELECT PROM
SIMILAR BARGAINS ON ALL OTHER MODELS $100 DOWN we went to soil/ every car en. our /0'. Come make

OVER 100 NEW FORDS TO CHOOSE FROM eholM homes M all loc.. ei en ."".
(IOM Com louol!r rodroorkiMIt
Mont( twrnonu M low M *M. .
0100 br our olllco or ,"'1.

LAKELAND FORD T. R. TUCKER, Jr. DISCOUNT' CENTER "HeeoVarferi for Quality end Velue for Over 2) ,..,sr"
, "The' Home of Tkorevgheree' Avtomobiltt"
311 N. ....H. AM, 938 East Main St. yX-TT-X Phone MU 2-7173
125 Lake Mirror Dr. phone MU 2.1102 VA t'ltl A001 Ares ProIt Properly ("'...."k'I"'j: 4330 Se. Florida Ave. Phone 616.7153

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"Honest To Goodness Values" FEB. 22nd

p Be Sure And Be At PENDARVIS CHEVROLET Used Car Lot EARLY For The Best Selections kOOOOOOOOOC i '

Every Car On Our Lot Is Priced To Sale Let's Clear 'Em Out S


(Prices Effective for Saturday, February 22nd Only) During This Special Washington Sale )

g 59 CHEVROLET %: : 2$;; H95 59 PONTIAC Hardroe.lullPoe1095; ::? :

is 61 CHEVROLET ::: I $1495 61 FORD ,.?.., 995

C..ort,"'" .". h.... '[.rarer J.Door '
J: 62 CHEVROLET topl. S fa $1795 61 DODGE L.,.. Indudme Hardtots 1O95

S. th.a./ram 1954 BUICK{

62 CHEVROLET 1.1' :/Don5g5 =--.. 62 COMET w..., ,,"I.ed., ,1495 p

61 FORD ,.,?,, Fut.... .. .1295
63 TEMPEST $1795
Sf.Ii..W., '
61 CORVAIR COli". . .. 995
62 MERCURY 1495 ---r ,
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63 MONZA .. ...,.",.,. 1995
I 62 FORDSTX500200" $1495
4 .P..d..
7 cr tzr""i
59 'rOtt'l .

t ...."Ie"e' Ivy w' ..
.". 4. 62 CORVAIR ;;;, ;;:Dr; 1095

top.,, from $2195 ,. 59 FORD 2-Doer. V-l, Nr.f eh t .lick 895

61 CHEVROLET J:t..:.. .....$1295 59 PLYMOUTH c_;k,. 595 ifrp / _

; 60 PONTIACDb1: : o95 NOT ICEORGI 59 PLYMOUTH 4-R5H''* ,. i(

4 Do.r H..dOo,. WASHINGTON SAL equipped 595 S.
59 LINCOLN None tl..n" 1095 STARTS EXACTLY 9 A.M.'.

'59 FORD fin-T;::: :::;:;?:"."' $895 9 9 60 'ow.CHEVROLET, "v. ulI $1095 ftJ

'"" 0.. trtleedo.
61 THUNDERBIRD. ; 57 PLYMOUTH ,11'; r./: /l0.

.,. Al, e..dNon.d; 2195 ((99 Cents) ihlftL 295 .



310 N. Florida Avc. Ph. 686-5165



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,NUNDREDSAMD pgIYOU :iS,' ; ; 1 l ,, 41ER WAS NRd!

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: Eoiy Lorge to tole read plott,dial' COMP. VALUE 1.87 Now Ugltwttglit .ritualPORTABLE '1 --- IrJ' frmm Meiers
Only 12 on salt Saturday 487 e Wont.d better fabrics 62C tJ jI
B here when the door open e Broadcloth or knit stripes
10130 Only 100 on tale Saturday

* * * * * * $.49' $ S9

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a Smartly in easy to corry Trtit Big screen viewing contemporary styling
George. Try on. Fri., Sot. or 24 C C Portable tools beautiful anywhere! Enjoy unsure in spot -saving comotette cabinet. All at the low
Sunday at our Snack Bar d pairs 97' potted reception even from tfationst sit price ever. Putts In many hard-fo. et stations.
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Motor Oil. Qt. dual channel) amplifier and matched specter syttem. Lint fil.....Super spmdry" ,
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These were sell-out at a 187 customer Saturday only 2 for 94 ELECTRIC DRYER 2.Deer

higher price. Ill 150 boxes on sale. REFRIGERATORFREEZER

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2.25 weekly NO MONtY DOWN NO MONEY
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