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Title: Lakeland ledger
Alternate Title: Lakeland evening ledger
Ledger
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Ledger Pub. Co., Inc.
Place of Publication: Lakeland Fla
Creation Date: March 15, 1964
Frequency: daily[<1964>-1967]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1942-1963>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lakeland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Polk County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Polk -- Lakeland
Coordinates: 28.041111 x -81.958889 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Feb. 21, 1941.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 43, no. 147 (Jan. 15, 1967).
General Note: "Independent."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 18, no. 198 (Apr. 9, 1942).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Lakeland evening ledger and star-telegram
Succeeded by: Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)

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LEDGER VOL. 40, NO. 175 LAKELAND, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 15,1964II PRICE EN CENTS






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h By WILLIAM D. SHILLING Before getting Into the specifics, the yardsticks In any event the county's assessment rollIs office building Is privately owned. It was built the lower 50 per cent figure the post office

i Ledger Stiff Writer used In assessing real property by both based on 80 per cent of actual value. ThisIs aa a profit-making venture by George Hill, an site should be assessed at $56.000,

\ The property assessment itory In Lakeland the. county and the city should be detailed. the broad yardstick. attorney and businessman of Memphis, Tenn. It isn't The city has the site assessed at

: li one that la crying for correction. Several years ago, the county commission Lakeland assessment policy is supposedly Hill leases, or rents, the new building to only $25.0001
An analysis of the roll disclose in Incredl- paid more than $420,000 to have a complete based on 50 per cent of actual value on old the post office department the same as any
r ble hodgepodge of figures completely lacking reappraisal made of all property in Polk County property, and 60 per cent of actual on new other private Investor leases or rents his prop- Obviously, Hill la getting special assessment
In rhyme, reason or equalization. property. erty for Income and profit treatment in both the county and the cityatthe

In I nutshell, hundreds of property own. The study was made by Hunnlcutt Associates Hill paid the City of Lakeland $112.000 for expense of other taxpayers
I era through no fault of their own are of St. Petersburg a professional appraising the new post office site Obviously $112000 Reportedly, unnamed post office officials at
enjoying unbelievably low assessments And, firm. The assessments were made on First Of A Series was the actual market value. higher than the local level, asked or suggested

of course, they art paying unbelievably low the bans of 100 per cent of actual value, Now, let all 'of the property owners and very favorable assessments for Hill on his private
tax bills Hunnicutt subsequently did not become a taxpayers of Lakeland and Polk County take Investment In Lakeland.

: Conversely, hundreds of property owners popular name in Polk County. Taxpayers were This series of articles will show that Lake- notice The new post office building owned, of
; art carrying the burden of very high property led to believe that equalization of the roll by land actual policy Involving thousands of Under the county's annual assessment policy course, by Hilt, will be assessed on the new
t' assessments, with subsequent very high tax the professional firm would not lead to substantially pieces of property is based on 10 or IS percent of 80 per cent of actual market value, the property rolls of both the county and the city.

bills higher tax bills of actual market value In some cases, assessment on the post office site should be Here is a second, startling assessment case
y' If these over-assessed and overtaxed c Ill- But tax bills did skyrocket, because county and well over 100 per cent in other cases, $89600 --and there will be others

tens could see the complete picture, they probably taxing authorities, especially the school board, The first specific Is the site upon which the It Isn't. The county has the site assessed at The Lincoln Court Apartment Co., c/o.J. S.
I would descend on the city hall like a did not reduce the millage In line with the Lakeland post office was builtIt only $27,000.
I'' swarm of angry locusts. equalized assessment should be emphasized that the new post Under the City of Lakeland policy using (Turn la Page 2-A, Column 2)

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the tiniest trace bf emotion, was condemned to death i
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Saturday in a jury's swift verdict of murder with ,
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to order the maximum penal '
Hoffa against Ruby for the Nov 24
laying of Lee Harvey Oswald,

Florida Southern Alumni Officers accused of the assassination o
Loses New. President John F. K.nnedj|<.
The jury flatly ,rejected i il
These MV .K..... .l the NctloMl ....."'.AMKloHM d >l.rl4. Swriitm College wire ImtelM Trial BidCHATTANOOGA plea of Ruby, 82, operator *f I Ix .....
,....,.., of .ti. e.nelwi.e. .f Hi* ollt|.'. ......1! 79tb ,......... Wash 'protrvm. Peas hit tkty Dallas atrip-tease Joint, that hi I t
ere dad*. Rltbifrf H. C..- aS Oitm.. ,........t, UktlmJ Naps H.roM GflisirJ, ,,"I..t- was temporarily Insane when hi
elect; M.... f.vl,.. Chemberli..5. L.ktl .4, M....."> end Mint' C. ll .,.'. .f OrltiM, ........... Tenn. AP) shot Oswald _
Teamsters Union President
rrWe&'End More Than One Taken a w s
.found $ may'Southern's James R. Hoffa, convicted on
fury-tampering charges lost s Mildred McCollum, one of theU
bid Saturday for a new trial. Jurors said afterwards the,

Alumni Name .US. Oist Judge Frank Wilson had agreed not to disclose how
who sentenced Hoffa to many ballots they took. But shi _
eight years In prison and fined added: "Wa did take more than
him $10,000 Thursday, formally one."
Grizzard PresidentElectOther overruled I motions for a new trial -1 Ruby conviction was an aftermath
by Hoffa and three othen to a stark sequence ol
convicted with him. American tragedy that began ; + ties
( Pictures, Story en Orlando was named president .'the college was a candidatefor At the same time Wilson said just 70 yards from the courthouse i
Page 1-B) of the National Alumni Association governor of Florida In he will go to Nashville on March where he was condemned
Election ol new national following a nation- 1948. As head of the alumni 30 for the trial of Lawrence That was the spot where an assassin ,
alumni officers and a class wide poll of FSC alumni andLakeland ', association, he succeeds the Medlln Nashville sandwich 'a bullets struck Kennedy.
reunion luncheon yesterday 'iMayorHsroldGrizzard I Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell of shop Medlin Is
operator Chief defense attorney MelvlnM ,. 1t"
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closed out the annual Found. was chosen president Gainesville, a forger pastor charged with having a part In Bell known as an outstanding k
ers' Week program markingthe elect. of College Heights I MethodistChurch the jury-tampering effort for civil court trial lawyer, but .w e.3.kL ?
79th birthday of Florida Judge Cooper of Orange here. which Hoffa and the three oth-I. loser In the biggest criminal l I
Southern College County Criminal Court of Others Elected ers were convicted. case of his career, told newsmen .
.Judge Richard H. Cooper of Record and a 1940 graduate off '
Other new national officers Given t Years after the verdict that one Jack Ruby Leaves Court
.' are Mrs Bevls Chaitberlin of juror, whom he did not identify,
Sentenced to three years each
Lakeland, secretary?: and Alfred were Thomas E. Parks of Nashville had boasted to his employer Junk Ruby right leoklnf, i.r.!|h. .liM that If he the I
C Shepard of Orlando, ; his nephew Detroit Teamsters h. would vote got on the death Ruby penalty.panel utf ilwrlH abler h. vii fomii fiiHty end ctiUtnimJ to death yesterday far the staylnf .. Le ,

treasurerAnother business agent Larry Harvey 0aw.1., ttMnd ......,,, ol President, K.i>m.,. tAP Wirephoto)
Lakelander Eugene Campbell, and Ewing King, for. .Judge Reports Rumors 'r
Roberts, was elected regional mer Nashville Teamsters president In reply, Judge Joe B. Brown
vice Florida.president for Central Two other defendants were said: "I heard something about Finland Sweden Give TroopsFor
acquitted. that but I didn't know when, ,
"A college .Is not only the All four defendants were convicted where or under what circumstances .
campus buildings faculty and at the end of the seven it occurred. It was hearsay *
student*-It Is also the sum week trial here on charges of to me All sorts of rumors Peace Force On CyprusUNITED
total of its alumni," Judge trying to fix the federal jury In 10 around Mr. Belli has a right
S Cooper said at the reunion Nashville which heard Hot ta's to his opinion."
luncheon conspiracy trial In 1962 That "Unquestionably they had NATIONS N. Y. troops pledged by Ireland. The of staff officers to Cyprus too,
"As products of Florida case ended in a mistrial when their minds made up" Belli (AP) Finland and Sweden Irish pledge was contingent on but their batallions seemed likely
Southern, we reflect the college the jury was deadlocked. parliamentary approval in Dublin to take up to four weeks to
aid of the jurors He conducted promised troops Saturday for a
in our own communities The defendants, all of whom get there.
a long futile fight to have the U.N. peacekeeping force In
he added "Let us help have said have U.N. General U Carlos
they will appeal, Dallas Secretary Brazilian Maj.] Gen.
trial transferred outside of troubled Cyprus, leaving the
our college by building on its until March 24 file notices Thant aimed at raising 3500 arrivedIn
to could Flores de Palva Chaves
that
claiming Ruby force only about 1000 short of
past and by reaching out to with the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals men from six or eight countries Nicosia, Saturday to become
not get a fair hearing here its goal of 7.000 menThe .
our alumni throughout Florida -
In Cincinnati. They are to replace half the 7,000 British acting commander of the DeW
and around the world A portly gray'haired San new battalions were expected
free bond to the
on pending appeal troops now trying keep force.
As outgoing president, the Francisco! attorney, Belli was to add about 700 men
here
Medlin was not tried between Greek and Turkish -
defInite
Rev. Mr. Mitchell was given with the other defendants because beside himself with rage in the each to the 1150 Canada had already peace Thant was waiting to get
CyprloU
AP Wkesh.s. a standing ovation. He was he did not request a courtroom In the Instant after started sending to Cyprusin I An advance contingent of 42 word on troops from Austria
also awarded a wall plaque the verdict was returned at what Ottawa called "Operation which lacked a government
change of venue from Nashville Canadian officers and men
Catches and Brazil
Flood Refuge Nap his feet. to make a decision ,
12:22 He to Snow Goose.
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(Turn to Page 6-A Column 4) to Chattanooga. The appellate p.m. sprang Brown reached Nicosia by plane Saturday which turned him down once
court upheld his right to be tried Ills[ face reddened. Judge The resultant total of 2550 Finland and Sweden

On The Inside Jax Policeman n his home district. (Turn to Page 6-A, Column e) men did not Include the 500 ,planned to send advance partiesJohnson (Turn to Page g-A. Column 2)


Held In SlayingOf ... .

Too Tired To CareThe Friend I I. To OutlineAntiPoverty
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photo above of an unidentified year-old girl JACKSONVILLE W A 32- Plan
sleeping soundly on the floor was taken In a refugee cen- year- ld city policeman was !
ter near Louisville, Ky., where flood waters forced thousands charged Saturday with the
of people to evacuate their homes A story on the murder of his l -year-old girl I WASHINGTON (AP-After a What a Labor Department

Ohio Valley flood situation la on Page 4-B. On Page friend. I month's delay because of Inter- source described earlier this
7-A there Is a story and picture about a Lakeland woman Accused was Grady Allen week as "Internal skirmishing"has
with a "sweet" problem. And aa a reminder, don't forget Belger who surrendered at nal differences and the touchy
the Polk County Decade For Decision Progress Edi- Duval County Jail. with his question of lowering the draft centered around who la goIng -

tion to be published by The Ledger on March 28-the attorney .John Arnold. Belger I registration age, President to do what In Johnson's war'
first of what will be regular Saturday morning editions refused to maker statement, Mvi Johnson poverty message will on the poverty which he says afflicts
Extra copies may be ordered through The Ledger circulation but police said Arnold told go to Congress Monday as much as 20 per cent of
them Belger shot and killed The White House announcedthis
carrier. The price Is 25 cents or Americans
office or your .
I his girl friend in a motel"Slain I firm date Saturday but
I five for ore dollar mailed free anywhere In the U.S. or was Margaret N. Snow- gave no hint on how the delay Like the Labor Department,

Canada. den, an optical company em Ing problems have been resolved the Welfare Department Is intimately
ploye, whose body was foundIn Likeliest guesses seem concerned with the battle
a motel on U S. RL 17 I dlvlsion-of plans because It has several
be that the '
...... 10-B Dear Abby .. 11-B to powers aimed at helping
Amusements '''- '' north of here. She had been conflict will be compromisedand programs

Bridge ............-... 1Z-B Editorials ',",".M_ 4-A shot once in the left temple ao 9w lowering of the draft regIstration those with substandard incomes

Citrus ................. 6-D Horoscope .__ 4-B with a M caliber bullet, police age will be shelved, at and opportunities

Classified ...... 7-11-D Sports .............. 1-4-D said least temporarily Both departments reportedly '.
Investigators said Belger have been resisting a full-scale
Comics .. ....... 1MI-B Stocks-Finance I.t-B and Miss Snowden checked The Jury Is Polled/ Johnson has Indicated he will takeover of their anti-poverty i

Crossword Futile 11-B Women ............ M2-C Into the motel Friday night ask about $1 billion for the program functions by Sargent Shriven
Deaths ....._.......... 6'A Weather Map .... 8-A and that Belger left alone today Mwnkwt el the Jury see ..... with beads ',.I... .1 they acre ,.!!.< hi D.ll.i ...rt_m N but probably will request named by Johnson to direct the
.. Lee Otv.'M. awtem1 about third of it for this
He surrendered shortly ... ,1rM their vtfdlcl' c kttaf lack Baby > tl yif Heresy Inky was H only a
thereafter. ....It in UK electric AP WlrL. .'....' year. (Turn to Page 6-A Column It) .

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_Sunday Napoleon,LAKELAND March Bonaparte IS, IM4 died__ ,'I Lakeland's Tax Roll-A Hodge-Podqe Of Figures New Slated Fight OnMosquitoes

uri lIe on the bland of St. -

(Continued From Page 1-A) Pauline Surles I,clIO 280 Robert L. Trohn 2,110M. 1,000 3'. M. Gordon 4,5040 1,000

NE WI NAR M1 :MOf.r Wllensky Jacksonville, I. assessed on the L. R. Oates 1,030 400 Iris Grlffithl 30,380 13.800 Willard C. Myers 1,860 860
county roll at $424,940. T. A. McKay 36,860 le,600 B. L Mullli 19,360W. 7,500 W. A. Boutwell 1.390 8110
lU4I WINTER HAVEN A new
Thus Is relatively-new construction Under Fla. Land R MIl. Co. JUff 7,500 M. Kersey 4,470Mrs. 1,260 O. F. Bean 1,300 200 chemical may soon be used In
the city'i yardstick of $0 per cent the appar- George W. Randall 32,500 13,560 C. I. Anderson 2,890 900 Mr Bruce Fountain 4,800 2,700 Polk County to battle the pesky
ent city assessment ihould be more than Henry H. BJumbera 2.300 1.140 Geo. D. Flautt 14,860 7.180 Jewel 1. McLendon ',040 2,960 [blind mosquitoes according to
(300,000. Sophie Fleet 3,270 21.300 Dr. Richard Patterson, of the
It Isn't. The city' assessment la only $229- Ray Clements 13,010 4,000 Joe Vasl sJIO 2.100 Teen Jnc. 38.270 18,000 State Board Of Health office In
: 000 almost $200,000 less than the county assessed John R. Phillips 22,320 7.000 Mrs. Lena McCreary 32.960 12.500 H. 1. McNeal 5,800 2,800 Winter Haven. t
value Fla. Land A Mta. Co, 12,970 8.000 Rodney Lake 12,820Mrs. 4,000 W. G. Gay 4,890 2.200 Board of Health members
Comparative Table J. L. Ewell 29.500 11,500 Gladys teeter 53,00Luther 211,920 C. S. Warner 2,560 1.200 members of the Polk County
Margaret M. Bryant 20,800 8,000 M. Ileal ,' 3 090 1,500 Irving Eo Turner 22.240 7.200 Arthropod Control and members
The( following table Is a comparison between The Texas Co. 13.090 8,180 Lawton M. Chllea Eet. J8II/I5 8.170 R. E. Jerkins 3.330 1.260 of the county commission have
SOUNDS I I the county' assessment and the City D. C. Laird 2.910 U40 Margaret P. Chiles J8.585 8,170 J. 1.. Steele 8,520 4,060 already discussed using the
of Lakeland' assessment. It covers only one- Emma W. Lynn 19.080 ,000 First State Bank 8,780 3.000 Carl 1. Sims 8.740 3.000USO chemical which has been tested
half of the city's total lilting of property. Green'a Fuel of Fla, 17,060 5,000Phillips WOlle Washington 3,220Fla. Standard 011 Co. 33,840 12.180 with a good deal of success In
This table Indudes only property which Pet Co. 22,870 10.500 Tile Ind 3,280 1.000 D. H. Handley 1,040 560 Orlando
I I show at least 100 per cent difference In the Fla. Favorite Fertilizer 97.140 44.500 H. W, Baggett J8,54O 7.500 Mr J. H. Racl 5,520 2,000 "The chemical Is not harmfulto
values placed on real property by the county Walter Engle 27,320 9.760 S.C.W Powner l.elO 800 W. W. Duncan 1,840 800 fish or to people and I is perfectly
and city.It W. M. Hollil 1I.2JO 2.700 Martha F. Roes 3,100Emily 1.200 Mr C. W. Reynolds 13,910 2.500 safe to use" Dr. Pattereon
..o-EYEGLASS 'I'I should be emphasized that the comparison Levie D. Smith 43,000 J9,000 M. Baker Eat. 7,500 3.000 John I. Larson 1,310 600 said. "The chemical comes
HEARING AID yardstick Is 100 per cent or more. There R. O. Pipkin J8.700 8.200 Henry J. Van Doom 17.060 7.000 Ida Bingham 3.700 1.300 ; In granular form and Is dropped
are hundreds of other pieces of property American Oil Co. 37.18G 1C.040 Richard J. Knaack 5.310 2.560 Irving E. Turner 22.240 7.200 from the air Into the lakes and
where the differences In assessments varies W. E. Boger J8.830 8.200 Samuel D. Hyman 2,830 1.300 Nail Taylor 8,090 3,020 links,"breaks Up and starts to
from only several thousands of dollars to R. A. Brln.on 3.310 1,100L. 1. B. Llneberl Inc 29.070 1e,4OO Emanuel Badalament 1,480 680 work.
Microphone, In front of $25,01)0 or more. G. Dobbins 5.090 2.280 Lakeco Inc. 7.840FranzblauGilbert 3.000 Ira W. Jones 2.010 860 Experiments are being plannedIn
'lr-tl\HJt reception.Acoustically The first column Is the name under which Niblock Jne. 20,540 JOI60 ',BOG 3.000 W I. Bowen' 2.06G 860 Lake Howard and Lake Cannon
tuned for the property Is listed on the assessment and where the mosquitoes are
Filet National Bank 2eI8O 7,300 1. S. Jackson 5,580 2.000 Ftorlland Mlg. R rev. Co. 21.800 8,000
better undcrttindlnfArt and also because both
tax roll. The second column Is the county's 1.960 500 worse
Happy Faulkner Inc. Mary F. Ivencevich ,240 1.500 Matilda E. Wright Eat 2.050 500
Back about Trial 10-Diy arid Zomlhs Monet assessment and the third column Is the city's James 1, Muslo 8,220 1,500Mrs. A. W. Smith Inc. 55.510 22.000 Charles Larsen Jr! 13,440 6,400 areas are heavily populated.

tucluiivo 5 Ytir Sorvico assessment H. A. Shaver 43,850 21,000 Donald Williams Sr. 1,180 800 Mr. C. W McGavin USG 700
"Protection flan, County City Charles B. Kelly 23.660 11,360 George E. Basel 1.230 500 Fla. Land ale Mta..CD. 1,340 600 Mandarin.Is. the common
ZENITH Nam. Value Value Mn. J. H. Racl 7,330 2.500 Henry J. Lewis Agent 5.210 2'380 Ernie Adam.on 4,600 2,000 name for all public officials In
AIDS Super Test Oil & Gas 11 ,3110 $ 2,680W. Donovan Dean J2.100 8,000 Henry J. Lewis 1.470 600 t I Imperial China the Chinese t

fill. START W. Ellsworth Jr. 11.900 3,000 C. T. Thrift Jr. 1.820 520 ..Tramarco Corp. :36,150 15.760 (Tars T. Page .'.A. .Colums.-1)I ._ .__ name----for--whom-Is Kuan.--.----
AT ISO I P M W Corp. 10,790 4.140 Sunshine Eat. Dvp. Co. 12,180 3.000. -I

Pay Ai Lull, At $j Monthly' H. F Barfleld 22,540 10,420 J. S. Welsh 2.150 800 Named
FREE AUDIOMETER Lakeland Motor Ports 22.410 9,000 J. V Martin 12.840 6,400 State Building
HEARING Oliver Raye 53,610 21,200 R. C. Churchwell 8.500 3.100
AID
TEST
Kin Our ......r eiuk In' ....11tlJ Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. 17,150 3,560 Audrey Benton l1e50 4,260r For Dr. Cowperfhwaite
j Lanier Upshaw 52,880 21,860 _. .a.. ma......... n.to.560___ _JUlIO_n
: D. U. Duncan 7,490 2,300 Leslie Grlzzard 6,100 1.660, : and
control
WINTER HAVEN-The recently resting plant pest tb
HEACING L. B. Arendell 45,060 20,000 S. B. King 10,470 4,900
;la completed Plant Industry eradication programs.
"" Lawton M. Chiles Est 13,040 4,080 Agnes S. Morrow 5,040 2.400 located U.S.
Highway
Building on
"W. have lost a good friend
109 I. MAIN" ST.
P. Chiles Annie M. Franklin 11,896 5,340L
O.n Mon. Fri I..";,,.. Till Margaret 13,040 4,080 17 (Lake Alfred Road) was and the farming and citrus programs -
Laura H. Jones 53,440 20,600 R. Oates 2,940 1,460 y dedicated Friday In memory of, have lost a truly great
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the late Dr. William Gardner, leader.
Cowperthwalte who was killed "It' Is In his honor that 1 IMPERIAL ROOMMONDAY
In an airplane crash Feb. 3 at; hereby proclaim that this build
Gainesville Municipal Airport. ing shall be known from this
Doyle Conner Florida Commissioner day forward as the William NITE MENU
of Agriculture delivered Gardner Cowperthwaite Build-
u J& &thz tJJJ11.lL Diiwt the dedication address ,Inl."
.. and praised the work of Dr, Plaque Unveiled ,U.ITIZIRSO".H.1f
Cowperthwalte who was director Following the talk by Commissioner .
.1 S Gulf Shrimp CocMoil ..75Chkskon
of the Division of Plant Conner. Mrs. Cowper- Grooornirf
Industry with the U.S. Depart- thwaite unveiled a bronze plaque Soup Supromo-Cap .20
ment of Agriculture until Ms and portrait of Dr. Cowper-
death. He served In that ca- thwaite.In 'DINNER SUGGESTIONS
BANK BY MAILMoney's pacity from 1961. addition to Conner theguests ,
In addition to Conner top citrus Included State Rood ..1", Rio .f ...f. is |I..., Baked Uoho Potato,
and agriculture officials ler Ray Green and Comptrol-I. ;;! .Mfttrod' Atporofut Spec", T.....! Croon S.I" .2.15 I

from throughout Florida at- Mrs. Conner; Sen. Edward, ..... Lose liked. Dvckllns, I'strio, Combroo4Droxlno 1 I
tended the ceremony Price; Rep. Ray Matox; Mrs.4 Iko4 Idaho Pofolo. Croon Sayer Pm.CoofMM .
Family Present Scott Kelly; State Treasurer Peal l? Salad . . 1, 0IrolhJ

Edward Larson; members of the Pilot. of S.. T....', Lame luttor, Bake ...h.
Mrs. Cowperthwaite and her Winter Haven City Commission; Potato, IIC.II..... T........., Creamy Colo Slow . 1.15
three children. Ann 11; Stephen members pf the Polk County
14; and Robert 15; Mrs. Cow- Commission: and Al Davis, Root Lot .' Lilli". Mn! Jolly. ..... Idoko Potato
perthwaite's mother and father Chamber of Commerce director I I........ A>..orMui Spain, Tooiod Croon Soled . I.65
and the late Dr. Cowper for Winter Haven. :
a good thing thwalte's secretary and several ,' DESSERTS
friends of the' family were SANTA FE TRAIL
Apple Pie .21 Pie ..25ChM.I.
tr lluioorry
io have on a rainy day! + present. The Santa Fe.Trail was sheet ... Mocko Coko .10
In his speech Conner said\ 780 miles long. The road rqn,
t "11 "Dr Cowpe/thwtiie was an pf- from Independence Mo, to Safeta -
'Butthere's ItVIRAGESfmkly
no sense in rtcuttural administrator of her Fe, N.M.There was a shortcut
tional renown. He served the called the Clmarron Cutoff grave Colr.o .10 Uto or Hot Too .10
sloshing through Spring '4- state of Florida with distinction but the longer way was much. Poihim of Sacks .15 i'
4 /j-/on. In the. field of_agriculture In di safer ,
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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March 15, 1964 loATHE

10-Year-Old Negro Charged In Three BreakInsAn BEST APARTMENTSIN

TOWN ARE ADVERTISED IN THE LEDGER CLASSIFIED

arrest of a 10-year-old men S, L Williams and E. Lee tectlve J R. Carter was tent ed out to see the lame Negro They put her In the squad car Ing into a piggy bank She got
Negro girl by police Friday bal saw a young Negro girl run to Investigate the incident and girl with the animal. and took her to the police department 20 cents from the bank, Mrs DELICIOUS 'II I I
resulted In the solution of three
house breaking and entering past their car from the direction received the following story: She returned to check adding Pia Ire said.Police SELECTED
cases and one attempted business of the Thrifty Food Mar The woman was adding up and found her purse had been I Mn Plalre said the girl admitted had recovered all but ;:
breaking and entering ket at 1XM N Florida Ave. some checks when she heard a emptied of about HO-J50 She taking the money and $20 of the money taken from DLMVEIIS; l 51 1! t
Mn Lea Plalre, policewoman Lee said he saw the girl run dog bark She looked out the called police also attempting to break Into the woman'I purse they laid from $1.40INSTANT I
laid charges of three counts from the scene and Williams window to tea a small girl witha In searching the area for the I the business Friday night, the elnnen' IneuN ...oct... i
of and and which girl now suspected of takingthe latter because she wanted some ::.: .::, ,
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been imashedhy "i. C.,10
and entering have been I brick. Entrance the back and told the girl not to be Negro girl with a limping dog During further questioning by The term Rh factor la an abbreviation
placed against the small girl building could to afraid of the dogLlgbU standing near a grocery store Mrs Plalre and juvenile officer !. for rhesus factor The SERVICE a ICONOMICAL DINING
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not gained L. Wallace the substance was discovered In ,.. _..
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4-A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March IS, ISM "Could We Turn Them Back On The SupermarketApproach

For Just A Few Minutes, Mr. President?"


I LEDGER EDITORIALS I, To White




House Takes Beating

Not From The SouthA

JAMES RESTON w. "
By Y
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(C1 Kri V[.A Cunt

BOMB was placed under a Negro should racial clashes be given sensational WASHINGTON: The New

home In Jacksonville and exploded.In treatment in the news. Such Hampshire election encour
aged a lot of pleasant dreams
the home lived a boy six years treatment tends to excite and Inflame .LIj : and cast at least a little doubton rJAMES

old who had been enrolled in a previously and to bring on more trouble. tome of the most cherished
all-white public school But there should be objective, balanced assumptions of American I
in of these politics
On Friday a white man confessed in reporting perspective The supermarket approachto

court that it was he who did the bomb- incidents. the White House, for example H
ing. Any other kind of reporting of these took a frightful beating
incidents is not fair and ethical reporting For ten years, candidates
He is to be sentenced as soon as an have been going through the
and is regarded by :s. newsmen
investigation into his personal historycan big food bazaars grinning fatuously
be made. who have a proper sense of professional LK 4 and shaking hands with
responsibility as a dereliction and a astonished females in the dubious
Where was this man from? travesty.Let belief that somehow this

\ From the deep South? it be duly recorded in the North would assure the women's t

\ No. that the man guilty of the Jacksonville vote.Nelson Rockefeller bet on

I He was from Indiana.In bombing was not from the South. this technique In New Hampshire

its reports concerning racial dis- where Estes Kefauver
started It a decade but RESTON
turbances the past few years, Time A Polk NeedPOLK this time It didn't work.ago
Magazine has not been fair to the The warrior approach to the lionaires with a campaign that
South. COUNTY needs an adult presidency didn't work either. cost lets than $25,000.

Time has magnified incidents In the psychiatric clinic that would be under Barry Goldwater offered the The way In which Indicate this mon-the
ey was spent may
voters rugged individualism
South and minimized or Ignored Inci- the direction of a physician specializing Jungle economics, and gun coming political fashions Paul

dents in the North. In psychiatry. boat diplomacy but when the Grindle, Robert Mullen and

Thus, readers of Time have not been This has become Increasingly imperative voters thought a little about the other amateurs who dislodged

given the objective reporting to which need.Recently landing the Marines In Cubaor Rockefeller and Gold-
extending the war In VietNam water operated on the assumption -
they were entitled. the Polk County Medical
they apparently decidedto that too many TV shots
If Time really wants to be fair to Association voted approval of a recom- leave bad enough alone. of their candidate soon become

the South it will bring out that the mendation by its mental health com- as boring as advertising jingles -

man guilty of the Jacksonville bombingwas mittee that such a clinic be established.The [BARRY came Into the campaign They spent only $1.000
promising that he would on a single film clip of LodgeIn
not from the South. county commissioners have this
action fighting communistsIn
give the voters "a choice not
No matter the geographical originof matter under consideration and it is Voice of the PeopleThis an echo," and they chose the the United Nations and
any man who commits such a vicious the hope of all who are aware of the echo. Rockefeller even triedto Nazis in Africa

act, it is an act much to be deplored need that favorable steps will be taken argue that there'was something They did the same thing Ina
factual illustrated pamphletof
Most of the people of the South as soon as possible. dreadful In Lodge cooperating -
career and they
with the wicked Democrats Lodge's
deeply deplore such criminal activity. Many pathetic and tragic cases now Is The Ledger's Opinion Page** ** in South Viet Nam but proved In the process that

But here is a case in which it is go without the attention they should This ... .. .. this partisan approach to for. Dwight D. Eisenhower Is still
4trM tfc. wi,.i.t'a *,. .,l ". imtHrs .* .."n.e InNrwt !. HItwtal >
quite in order to spotlight the fact that have The type of clinic now being CI..... It w.k.... IW .,-.. .> raWtn I. the V.lc. .! .... ,..*!Ie Cel... UHM* mm* eign policy didn't go over either an Influential.factor in Republican -

the man guilty of the crime was not urged would serve a basic human need M .1.... ..< *..r the mMw's tttnm. kil Mutts will b* wUkktU ._ M DM*. A letter ........ Mlu politics.FOR
from the South so strong has been the by providing competent attention for <.4 250 ww., ..* ....., C.M*. *. _4. The Lt..gtr mnM the rlfht to Mjcct ear letter w One about of the the most Goldwater popular notions ALL their propaganda

tendency In the North to vilify the many mentally and emotionally distraught smrtM to. OviniwM. .MWMMM ... Mk... <.ii ,I......*.. MS.W .k.wh.e M tin >.|.. was that his name candidacy on emphasized Lodge's close perI .

South and assume a casual attitude to- individuals each year who can- same as the taxpayer's: "d I sonal friendship and political
Problems H 'd Like J 1 association with the last Re-
ward racial disturbances in the North. not now be given adequate attention. trouble-free tax reporting.NAME e I .W(1I1ilnilM( (: publican president. One tele-

The tendency Is not nearly so strongas Providing such a clinic would put For WITHHELD BillionEDITOR Jr J.-V,. --. -* *,*-- '-. j vision shot showed Ike beamIng .
$40
it once was but there is still such a Polk in step with the march of national Everyone the ticket would excite the Republicans like a proud father on the ,

tendency.In progress in this urgent area of desperate and elect other Re- handsome candidate and sayIng -
: It was pointedout DarknessOn EDITOR: I'm sure that "This Is the
candidates If it man we
publican even
neither the North nor the South human need. ,
In a letter recently that there must be thousands of did not elect the head of the want"
the Treasury Department pub The Land? your reader who, like my-, j ticket. Even If he last GOP Where this ancient film clip
I. lashed new 1964 tax withholding self, would like to hear com j congressional candidates came from nobody knows exactly
specific benefits to be derived j' and the sound ended be-
table before passage of would benefit and might even ,
I r For The the much-discussed tax bill EDITOR: Let's turn on the from the expenditure of somi IKOpluB ,, win control of the Home fore Ike said what he wanted
I College: $1,000,000 made them official. lightDarkness billion of their money f Yet in New Hampshire not Lodge for, but the viewer got

There Is another side to has descended on now being spent on landing'a f/ a single Goldwater delegate the idea that Lodge was El
that coin. The tax credit al- land since the Supreme Court man on the moon. meatJ s[ was elected not tven Senator senhower's candidate for
'FLORIDA Southern College Found- tion where crime is rapidly on the increase lower for Investment In certain By specific benefits I Norris ; Cotton his! campaign something, and apparently the
decision In anything practical which K
ers' Week which ended yesterday was ebbing away of these sources of property used In business outlawing prayer can understand such as the1; naaagcr, The well.known thing worked.
'' went Into effect In the schools, Fortunately Congressman there Thus, we may merely be
January, names standing for
a of '
Veek many' happy facets. Many enlightenment stability and moral enrichment acquiring of additional space '
1962 It became Important Frank Becker R- Coldwater and Rockefeller seeing one set of political
old, gradsVnad! the sentimental journey should be a matter of serious! I then that anyone planning to N,Y,, hat proposed an amendment where an additional each man could of live, were all defeated. and defeated dodges exchanged for another,

\ "back to, the.campus.and many other concern to the Amerlcan people. I buy machinery or Improve a to the Constitution (Joint ply of strategic source material sup-:, by nobodies. This has impressed but any change Is bound to be
'visitor* joined them in attendingthe business plant/should have at the party gentry even an Improvement. The winnerIn
f' The thoughtful generosity of individuals hand House-Senate Resolution 693) i u c h as coal, petroleum.
the precise rules for the
more than the size of New Hampshire was
various Lodge'lyote
p>programs. metal etc., which would
like Mrs. McKinley who are applying that tax credit which merely states: Nothingin have chance of paying+i man who spent the least and
Some of,the moat encouraging news keenly aware of} the importance of The Internal Revenue Ser- the Constitution shall be back this some huge Investment if, For a little while, therefore was farthest away, and was

that came outot the special,week was keeping church colleges thriving is vice published those rules in construed to prohibit voluntary they could be brought backto It may be possible to hope working Instead of talking
the announcement .that Mrs. Kent S. needed in large measure. a pamphlet, dated December. prayer in our public earth and told at morel* that a new set of political fashions -
McKinley of Sarasota 'had ''made the And there have been 1962, 12 months after they took schools or other public places. than their cost In the open i, Is In vogue, that the big IT MAY even be that ware
some encour-
effect. I was able to get a While the Republican House market. handshake, the toothy grin, passing out of the era of
College the beneficiary of an insurance aging signs the past few years that Individuals copy In mid-1963, after the Committee has endorsed the I'm also sure that many* the prize-fighter wave, and the the popular man and Into the
policy for $1,000,000. of wealth-and corporations tax deadline for calendar 1962. Amendment, as yet the Democratic thousands of citizen who ar e., militant "total victory" stance era of the unpopular man.
As Florida Southern's President -have begun to show sensitive aware- Instructions with the 1962 tax Party has not, and only now bitterly opposed to this are fading. It is probably only There is something slightly
Charles T Jr forms covered the subject 149 of the 211 necessary signatures seemingly senseless waste of r a misty dream that will vanish sniffish about Henry Cabot
Thrift said in announcing ness of this need.Inasmuch rather briefly In
January have been obtained to their money would take a In Texas or Oregon or Lodge as If he Were vaguely
this splendid thoughtfulness by Mrs. as whatever helps Flor- 1963: bring the bill to the House more sympathetic attitude toward some other primary, but It's annoyed with the human race
McKinley, "We hope It will be a long, ida Southern College helps Lakeland, It might be said that internal floor. the project if theycould pleasant while it lasts. and this has prevented him,
long time before there is occasion for Lakeland joins the College in an ex- revenue has problems You can help by writing to understand why It Is* despite his good looks, from
this to be the pleasing everyone. If the people your own Congressman and necessary or even desirable. EVEN MONEY which has being a wildly popular character
to
money paid College. pression of appreciation Mrs. Mc-
In Internal revenue needto by sending addressed envelope Forty billion dollars ., recently replaced the log cab- : .
But we seize this opportunity to Kinley for the substantial Interest she predict I the outcome of to International Christian would provide a decent home In as a passport to the White Yet this, too, seems to be
emphasize that Mrs. McKinley has seta is manifesting in the fnstitution. pending legislation in orderto Youth, Collmgswood, N.J., for every U. S. citizen with House, didn't prevail In New the current fashion President
good example. get Information to taxpayers for further Information These proper food and clothing:\ a Hampshire Htnry Cabot De Gaulle, Chancellor Erhard,
by the time it I II needed, fine college education for every Lodge of Is and
course Prime Minister Horn
have no
people
Many such acts of young already pauper
thoughtfulness Spring In Munn Park I'm for It, so long as their 250,000 signatures on petition child in this country and In I ; no doubt he was helped President Johnson are all able
by others in behalf of Florida forecast turns addition
Southernand out close I for the amendment, pay the Interest mi as the elegant patrician from but not exactly l likeable.
other church-related colleges LAKELANDERS who haven't takena enough to be used. Their our staggering national debt. neighboring Massachusetts, Maybe popularity I I. out and
would mean long-range aid where needis look at Munn Park recently ought to main interest certainly 1 11 the LEE NORTH R. E. M. but he buried a couple of mil- efficiency Is In: Who knows

continuous. take note of what spring has done for

Almost all church-related collegesare that popular, oasis in the downtown

having a difficult time financially.It A Pilot I
area.The Ruling On Equal Job
was the church that launched the trees that were extensively OpportunityBy

program of higher education in the pruned and severely bare not so long -

United States during the early yearsof ago have become an inviting exhibit of ARTHUR KROCK the Senate motion to send the companies In the area, challenged for Motorola. Inc. have did account
our republic and these institutions lush green, again and the shrubbery JfrfatyirlCiiiirfWASHINGTONThe measure to committee fall of the order. And in announcing tended that the company can con nut take Into

have gone on through the decades enriching has blossomed forth in an array of Illinois adoption, as Is expected, only that Motorola Inc. not depend on a fair hearingof "inequalities and difference
and invigorating our American spring colors. Fair Employment Practice the Senate rules which permit would appeal the action "all Its rebuttal because the In environment thereby favoring
society Quite few Lakelanders Commission has just furnisheda unlimited debate unless termI- the way to the Supreme Cour,. hearing officer designated by the "advantage
were upseta graphic illustration that nated by cloture will expose If necessary," Its attorney the commission Is a Negro. group," This, said the Tribune -
But row, with the trend toward few years ago when some of the large when a political arm of government the bill to the Intensive examI- said: The company' finding that
"may be reduced the
statesupported'institutions' so strong, oak trees that had deteriorated to, the assumes Jurisdiction nation made Imperative by Its "The question at hand I II" the applicant had not passed absurdity that to
the church-related institutions over the hiring and firing poll- vast new donations of federal whether an employer In nil- the any test ac-
: of all danger point were removed or extensively Surrager test Is complicated ceptable to the F.E.P.C, wouldbe
denominations >ire being des of private business the power In domain long established soil I Is going to be permittedto *o far at his particular
neglected financially
and other taken one which
pruned steps brought out no
'to'an tendency I II to expand this authority a* the private sector. set the educational mont: case I Is concerned, by the an- distinction
alarming extent. that changed the of the Into autocratic control. The whatsover among
appearance assumption of authority and aptitude standard for Its nouncement of''the Illinois
Unless much more generous support park considerably. The ruling of the Illinois by the Illinois FEPC stresses employes, or whether the state' F.E-P.C. that he passed It on competing then I II an applicants. d.vel-How

comes soon, some of these institutionsor Now then, spot where so many visitors F.E.P.C. by which this tend- how vital this examination will dictate the standards" If reexamination In It* own of op any basis employer for miking to a
ency wa strongly establishedhas 1* to the general Interest. The Till VII Senate'
survives
the fices.
But in
many eventually have to close commenting on
may and residents have liked over the choice In hiring
nationwide
importance be- state commission ordered Motorola debate, the IC 0 e of this the
P examiner's order
their doors. At a time when the spirit years to stop and relax is looking much cause Title VII of the pending Inc., to cease subjecting "question at hand" will spread Tribune stated ,the the!issue Chicago "So here the doctrine Is

ual benefits shed by these church institutions more attractive making a refreshing equal right bill proposes to job applicant to It* overall from Illinois to the nation. In its broad perspective.The enunciated Is that a political appointee
are so greatly needed in make this jurisdiction a federal ability test on the finding going til dictate to
a na contribution to the downtown area.A examiner had also ruled business its
( ) standard of
power exercised by an that the test Is unfair to "cul MEANWHILE the attorneys that the questions la the test lection." se
Equal Employment Opportunity turally deprived and disadvantaged -
THOUG 1T-But In fact Christ has been raised from the dead the first fruit of those Commission groups."

who have fallen asleep.-I Cor 15:20.'LAKEI.JAND. If Congress approve the The test was compiled and
pending measure, with Title copyrighted by Prof. Philip
VII Included, and the constitutionality ", Surrager of the Illinois Institute Potomac'' FeverBy
of this section Is affirmed of Technology In 1949 and
LEDGER by the Supreme Court with some revisions bas beenin "
the way will be open to proJect use since them. He definedits
the rationale of the illi- objective u "not to exclude FLETCIIER KNEBEL

...,... (pain COWl. in. nois F.E.P.C. ruling throughout Negroes from whites, Henry Cabot Lodge our ambassador in Viet Nam. theN'
Imperial Polk County v.I''.............. 10"...""...11..0". .,.... v..,.... the free enterprise system but to help evaluate the trainability primary, confirming the suspicion that the people sweeps always w Hampshire
MI CLAY' II..., hrnN.,., of the United States Then a of a prospective em- candidate who Is farthest prefer the Republican
World' Citrus Center" ..;;,-,- ..a.l ..o..owul.UNT.a.ve.. :n.m"1 federal bureaucracy would be ploye. And I know of no way away. ;' ,
.... ewNa.o-..-. maARlaT, oNwN"The legislated Into senior partner to evaluate that a test In itself ,
ship with private business, I II discriminatory toward President Johnson suggests a panel on automation: Re wants t* find out
with the power to dictate the any group." whatever happened to that nice machine the Democrats used to have in New
LEDGER'S telephones: All D.partments-686-1151 standards by which employers York _

reach their Judgments of the NEVERTHELESS, exercis- *
capabilities of applicants for ing for the first time an au-
SUsSCRIrTION SATES Moral of the New
jobs, and the quality of performance thority over the ability teats Coldwater. Hampshire Republican primary: all that glitters is not
04 YMr . $2010 0... Mesh $1.7 after employment, an employer may lilt In
SI. M....... . $1040 W..k ..10ThrM whenever the Issue of "dis screening applicants, a state *

MM*. $ '.JI) Su..., Only Yen $710 crimination" I Ia raised. F.E.C.P. examiner ordered Crowbar The place where old crows tell their troubles to the bartender.
Motorola Inc, not only to disuse '* *
THE BILL of which Title SUrrager's questionnaire,
'u..he4 .1ImI... .CI" S.tud.v tut ." Su..., ...."1.. b L.hl.ad. H......,. C.... VII U a part ha* never tee but to offer a job to a Negro The astronauts are studying geology confirming the suspicion that anybody -
L.k.l..d. Pieri. IJI01 submitted to either House or who charged h* wa denied a who goes to the moon must have rocks in his head.
Senate committees for the customary job because: of his race. *
E1tfI -EXt > and essential hearings The Employer Associationof Harold Stassen boasts a triumphant first in the New

,, and analysis. Consequently, if Chicago, representing 1,400 primary. It's the first: time he evej got beat in a snowstorm.Hampshire Republican -

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Conti'a I LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March!, IM4 loA
To Panama I



Orange Import Fig t Tuesday I Student Drops Suit Against Lakeland High


BARTOW A suit seeking der to be eligible for the competition .
Florida Citrus Mutual leader alon'i support. The Comm ton "Right now we are fighting
Robert W. 4 proof of ,a student's membership i
Rutledge was back In I
complied by voting a prot* of synthetic orange-type drinks and In
Lakeland today after confront the student body of The suit charged Zipprer'
ing the board of director of the the Virgin Islands plan aixUis- we are battling plans to cut the Lakeland High School has been Miss Miriam I Williams, the

Virgin Islands Corporation in patching It to Washington:I tariff protection' that now exists dismissed after school/ officials chorus director, and Superintendent .
Washington Friday in the citrus Rutledge declared yeste ay, The addition of this devious of Public Instruction
Industry'i continuing battle to "There is absolutely no trul to scheme to the list of threats granted the requested proof. had
S. Boone refused to
prevent the U.S:protected Island statements that this seine against us Is close to being the The suit as brought In Circuit Shelley
from becoming a duty- would help the natives o he straw that will break our citrus Court here by Charles A. certify young Pierce a* a mem-
ber of the student at: DOWNTOWN
body
free transshipping point for Panama Virgin Islands. It Is desl ed back I Pierce, father of Andrew Pierce, Lakeland High School. Plain, d
Grange bound for the U.s. solely to boost the financings- "Our hope," Rutledge continued -In
an effort make the .
to youth tiffs contended the certificationwas 1
The executive vice president of sets of the instigator of the lot, "is that we will have the .'
Mutual, who Daniel K. eligible to compete In Florida refused out of bias, preJudice
returned from the Ludwig, who alrtdy continued backing of our strong "
capitol yesterday, said the board s estimated to be worth nine friend, Sen. George Smather. Vocal Association sponsored and personal pique.
meeting he attended hal been $500 million, give or taki a and the other members of our competition in Tampa this week-I In their joint answer to the 0 9.AKELANDa
recessed until Tuesday. Rut 100 million I powerful Florida delegation, especially end.However suit, the defendants denied they
ledge said he will return to Value Slashed I I Congressman James A a school official had refused the certificationand
Washington i Tuesday to continue Haley, whom I conferred with! said Friday young Pierce still attached a copy of the re-
nil ugnt. I "The plan to blend nine o- in my office today, and who, asa was ruled ineligible for the district quired certificate to.their answer MONDAY
New Assault I rnaman oranges with every e member of the Interior and competition. .
Expected Virgin Islands combid The suit charged that
orange Insular Affairs Committee, has: NotedIn young AND
"1 have not the slightest doubt,with possible tariff-dodging, x given important support to our Inellglblllty Pierce had "a minor conflict
that our opponent will use the exemptions and subsidies, w d fight since it ;began; that the i an Individual answer to in personality" with Miss Wil
Intervening time to assemble)produce a product which WI d 12,500 members of Florida Cit- the suit, Morris Zipprer, principal Hams He was dropped from FRIDAY
their hardest.hitting weapons In'drive our' Florida product rus Mutual will be Joined by all of Lakeland High School the school chorus last October. p.
an all-out effort to win the quick of the market," said Rutle segments of the citrus Industry and one of three defendants In ---------- -- Til
victory they expected to gain "Our statisticians and ecc here in Florida as well as cit the suit, stated that his Infor- c...." ...
last Friday," Rutledge commented mists have arrived at the < rus Interests in California and mation, received by telephonefrom INSURANCES
servative conclusion that, if 1 Texas, and that the telegrams the Florida High School _
He described the proposed planto plan were to reach maturity t going from these three stales Activities Association, indicatedthat uvn
process Panamanian orangesfor !would reduce the on.tree v to President Johnson will be the youth would have to' liriltr Upshew,
frozen concentrate in the of our orange crop by $20 J sufficient to force him to look be under supervision of the Inc.ttt ::22
Virgin Islands II a "blatant attempt lIOn a year. into the matter" school's choral director in or' t. T..... _v*. M _au.
to circumvent the tariff
act, subvert our tax laws and
acquire large government tub
ndie for private benefit.
A Mutual spokesman indicatedthe
Florida citrus industry, with :
support by citrus interests in
California and Texas is mobi-
lizing to Influence rejection of
the plan-a project of a private I
corporation the board of directors eys
of the Virgin Islands Corporation .
ALWAYS RRST
through a frenetic cam
paign to canvass Washington officials .
by letter and telegram.


._While!Resolution Iedge'L..as.n Read! _Wash, IT PAYS TO EASTER SHOP AT PENNEY'SOPEN I

ingum Friday, the virgin islands
deal monopolized legislative TOM ROW NIGHT
discussion at the Mutual
sponsored Governor's Citrus I :: 'TIL P.M.
Luncheon at the Florida Citrus i Special! Count en Penney's
Exposition in Winter Haven. '
i OVER 1,000 FREE
W. Max Acree, chairman of
Florida Citrus Mutual, speaking I! PARKING SPACES Just in time
at the luncheon, read a resolution i
6 P.M. to 9 P.M. .1
on the Issue he sent to :
"tho President in behalf of the i for Easter! I
more than 750 Florida citrus >
61 Tr
growers' attending the luncheon
Acree called on Cov Farris Bryant .
to "personally Intervene" I
with the President by telephoning 1
him that day. :
Although Bryant did not com- : DACRON'SHEERS 1
ment on whether or not he wouldcall \' a
the President, he sent Johnson I \1
a telegram during the day. I

Telegrams were also sent to 'I _
Johnson by Florida Commission
er of Agriculture Doyle E. Con I
ner, State Treasurer J. Edwin for tailoring to \
Larsen, State Attorney General i express your good tote r
James W. Kynes and State r
Comptroller Ray E. Green supporting : 1
Mutual* pwl'lon
Support Asked 795

Prior to the Governor's Citrus /
Luncheon, Herman F. Steele, :
assistant general manager ol
Mutual, appeared before Flori-
da Citrus Commission, which
held its monthly meeting at the ''if # 1 1i r A cool, sheer dress In
Florida Canners Association
building. to ask the Commii beautiful Easter pastel
colors and white. Styled in ..r ,

Concentrate Dallas by Philip So easy r
1 to care fof Choose your

Stocks DeclineWINTER I C ) 24 size V4:. 12.18 or 14'/j


HAVEN Inven ; ,r!

tory of frozen orange concentrate : Galor i
Styles
declined slightly for the in 4
second consecutive week last :
week, the Florida Canners Association LustrOUSPatent

reported Thursday. ; a
As of last Saturday, stocks
Plcstic !
on hand stood at 24,730,050 gallons J
down from the season's E /l
peak Inventory of 25,138,432 at- j What a terrific style colltc: I Squared off designs, We know \ '
tained just two weeks previously softly rounded styles, 'lontfind tall! Exciting new
: shapes smartly tailored In ent plastic with a SEAMLESS NYLONS
Last week's movement, 873 dosillng (utter that iporH with fashion, authority t
(71 gallons, exceeded the 802"I I Quality extras too I"k. am handlei, roomy rayon your \
032 gallons packed. At the same lined Interior. tipper 1 poet it I Scoop 'em up while $145
time 798.678 gallons of concen- they lost i and sees 0 pe full I 3 I -
trate were Imported according 1 Lowest Price . Pr. Type I .
to FCA Executive Vies President -

Warren Savant.This A98 Never before such a low price on our Gaymode ,
was the current 1 .,.
son's most active week sea'j' plui le. Nylons'' Plain knit In Gala, Pebble, Suntan, Beige (> .
frozen concentrate 1mi .veer ew
ports, It orange was pointed out..rwawwai.f I IIi. Glo! Buy now 'n save! a man who says .

1 ,, >rmaacroa .. ...
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"Show me! Show me quality

not bargains. Show me a

suit I can wear with pride .
a suit tailored with car and

ttfj, = y a f9S yr distinction, fabrics smooth and
rich to touch Permanent.crease .

mohair Dacron and

.a .=- n rrf wools Luxury Dacron and I

wools Let me try one on. I

Hmmm that's what I'm I

talking about Fits fine J

feels great How much .? 1 '
$55 Mister, how do you do '
it?"


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hat box!! Chic cloci,;.. pert pill-boxeii, saucy .odors," fate anting brims and more designed In crisp straw! To lored
model devastating flower trims! Colors! galore block 'ilte, navy, beige, coffee, yellow, pink, Ice blue, lilac! Have SIZES 22. IACHJJ
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i "tleesday.UtXEtA>Uft> U.)MNAntiPoverty LEDGE,4 Mere Treef !! ( fr Wor1 $ Citruslt11t,7 'Poker-Faced Jcrcjfc I I Ruby Hears Jury I



,I j I Pleelged Far (; \vveat h' : LAKELAND, FLORIDA !!Declare Him Gtilty, Order. Death

Message DueTomorrow i I!110454 vainly a <|.. .... Mae ***** s,gJrt: -You have your verdict
I [ seabed! by final hoarsi .r ready?"' Jt Brown *e
i! Cyprus Force >9 -Ihts is a vidofT flat b..etrr.Wei ct .sties i emery by the deiwyersatad several Juror spoke assent

Temperatures In Florida And Around The NationH appeal tk* ta a coot she aroaecoj a verdict bailiff carried to tile bench.tile written

I' beef sns staked & reconsider I.*ere we caa get dM JBSOC. up
'
war on poverty atl spec*. Al"K ftntam catujed > I H L Saraaota .?........ M OTaBaheasee Detroit ..... ........IS G sad In.- j j The Lrv had breaMest then Now Ruby's eyes moved slow.
praidesbal esststaatSfcrivtr a Thiafls a? Copras*. DSJ-UM Beech _. 7 f siFt ..,.... *7 C K..ras city .--N Sri G 1 UN M Rally stii seoaaar. le&eratBM at oaf am'a If to the left until they wert

l is the dSreocr be prorteJasi tt deal vxR T rkej's! Undertake .... n 74 T.... ............. K *T L i Rack ._._N II II .if_ Clfsi.pffTBCniBB> 1.was led' a rfzzasas* iwea above and I fixed on Judge Brown. His Ups
c >!!2t tn ferrsde the hJtnd .->- Fort hers ........ s7 17 W. pale Beech ... B n Lea AepHsa ._. f4 4sblese past kiss OIl cartody of a ;rt ascend fleer tart were firm Isis body notion,
'JcslJ sueuna J Pea: .a C + r w-r. ........ M M is ...._.._. Ztkiieewrbee + M t DOC | leu.

and H to rra.eu. pas* a- ". Jactwsatlt ....... tt MXrj Mass ............ 6 KBase. .___. Sit Jl Judge Browa read the verdict
least teapcnr.p W-je rxaritee } : : ( :;.. meat ....._.. B MLUELAVD .............i SISS .... ..... ..._. 1% n lr.1I' r.: rent SttKttdi -"We, the Jury find the de.
sat:: eg the a'pcaC's Gr:.aIII ....... B H a..eo ........... 44 few Yen .......N art Jl I s i first ken ef busii fendant sulky of murder with
befalb a."It ir.k rf e.-. as '".reiet C'Trrts stepped a.:. Mama ............. 8 '4 a..c-.d ......... II iDeis bosses ........_.12 a ''phalanx of aheraTsjttae. lie sesectsae of a fere- malice and assess the

-.acts afuaa: Tjztah: C.proo.C : Or'.aslo ............ M M ...........? 0 51 Saa Fraacaao ._.. U gTeronto tile degas basely duel dip,sn chose Max E. Cao- at death." penalty

j lrJ l''i;.: Q=.: .*pn* was ..set as CaaacVee Plasacnia ..._W.. n MSt Denver .......__.4i 3 ...__.._. eg M -Dot: worry Jack ...sxtadap.1.1I (ser, f a bosky redbaired coat Ruby kept looking at the
troops began 10 111"Ift-. Peccnterg ._. K Oi Des Mown .._.. Siof D \ .. .___- SS 3* I peelihaandtasaitcniafTexTbs .:taaal: f or aa rleftronic firm.ia judge u though not t word
''"r several afptnasty accsdeavj .. BaijL and die fader of two had been ,pokeD."I .
''U-
boe cca '
a reel- to ancc
stats toMinna suburbs Sat
peered covrtroassi this unanimous?" Brown
jt* cji 34pvtesOson : her WIlt) f
to i-'tna As OK crdiy aMrMg.Threat a4 pine Prerw rJ. wuuii aw sate wad coeaisuai tar| for both sides bad luked. "So say you aD? Please

means of ssri-t u tin Sfcrt- fee raw i iSteSa sMdiaatr/ after the vtrdxX aHthooga a speedy verdict But hold tip your right bands."
ere Judge Brow hadagtw.c era were caught by aurkte Twelve bands shot
up.
er has fe.m nee ;:JC eke S Ud. Cyeras acts*'
draft eeg :::i a age. the idea 'oreaga ....... said I reporter waned- aay dtmoerratxioa. -;, *. at 11:M am. Caus Guards 0* Feet
berg: tt decrees seatt aid ed. the cosaatg of the Ca-aJna ** x Network ttle. m can-j ey sacked a the courtroom I
good 4tTfitdp+ earher sad ranee party keel pracacaly. sX ens. .......- lit eM tam tan it the bottom of a flight offeedttg By now his guards were on
te the Jury room their feet and so was Jack
Che verdict lasususatenosi
by a
o try CICIr.'tCUCI tbea tkroc a ended It* threaa of Ttefcab to>
"
gmtiamit t prt :!'aa Ien'eMiaL- cf tie met, Herded' 's have at verdict. be anT Ruby. He automatically took
S sO the scene tt was believed to be il his familiar position la their
,,.,... la Da?** I 5 [
I But Tsrfash Cranes to iocsHna
: :
Tie sponsors lasast that &e''(I aa large t M1'S Joke first tone hi the horary ofSMjor t ?bone sammotises went midst and marched to Us left
were
dsaipcaated
sole an s la prepare sirs sad x Asnerien cnaaal trials coat attorneys and to Judge and out a courtroom door.
slat Tams tad a*
B ftficiTiiJ v judi tar pnd9c-: met that sach a scene was I isle- Bret From the time he entered to
landed.: Tiry pndacad a sw1st H B4 the time he left a space of no
hoe bat wtjch woeid be la- uas cI t'IIIIIeBte. a model of sartorial per-
poamfis r&aa corrtcfcee of Attest. Creek PmaiPr' Diet Aay. Henry 11 Wade, fee: throughout the trial. more than three minutes-Ruby
... JI!
acted like the most disinterested
maw Fiaxa i*. bknt-faced.
George Pspa 4rwu net wskh a gray-hajred res' to the courtroom in a
There a no thoccM cf brg-: Cahoet tad the i unmet 7. Jr0 ..... mIJs proaetator who J4 taaaee before darfcsa. wearing a black sport man In, the entire packed
irA .5er an3acaent sees scabterry -leas repcrad aopcM the arrrratof has seat a defendant so the diLl bcttoned at the neck but courtroom
auina. cf chair, said he anticipated ft Not so Belli As Brown ad-
nr.racrs tatsasset U. N. bar woutt lease the) ijt a tie.
ins.. Te support lias.tbry .' ifcreat cf Tarkak Ktti Kiujeav would be at least two years bet 1!'11 p.m. Judge Brown. Journed[ court the lawyer was
"-8
seeeftet warty U iodactoBB -,f.* Greek tsAaury tams J bre Baby caa be executed as* ad bees at home, ascended engulfed by a wave of newsmen

now are ia Oe! S-J stayed OB tfce aiert tad a po 1has tigsse f.edey 11t'. Bisnan the verdict ttt mm. He i- bench and photographers.

brackettoaJs tersaee source stud Ti* Cy- I 15..... 9... Kest t.-w+Ma carted .-( said the appeal process would TI, Ruby was brought in, a "Any independent appraisal
a. same aGssmcraaca f1I. peas eras a bv a* s eMlever" ) mbably take at least that k tRay man dwarfed by his of this all over the worldthe
at: totiSl &at fte pab- Gfece hai warned itwsiil I saea.a. rae..d.aas raw aNa.aie4 C.ei.e sisal t..s.tSloe. #I Back la Jai Four of the security defense chief shouted perspira-
tic vtwfif: tui3mccDd cr aoceptftsi tsars t Tarkey tear1 took seats behind him at ion boiling up on hit forehead

eeas sod ear grav Pellet, see due ...., ken tae 0I0ia sad T- rsaqp ........ .. .... I-.Iaa4 wik Ruby was retareed to the Dallas -;'l jthetefeese table. Three others "will give a pretty good impression
ky I Canary Jai where he bas of one of the sore of
calscrilsasnchasnr> j ere .w "-'-.. seas tae bqi dsn a ., the CaIoUI sad '- Mwweu. SOwses ants JI a front row courtroom spots
.Sbrvir: !rat sad the naa tw SP4CE PROBE SET .a ssd ia ...-- sr ., eke .wee sad ..... ssd Sue, ...... ease she --.. beta held without bond saK the outside the railing ready America.'
.fii ft le Catf es Feh. 14."1 PARIS (AP)-Th French Xa- sea ad ees4 IadA T_.h.rw wi he eelw is asses sass sent ., Ike sit sssf day ha USed Oswald. ftlD&ial Shenfl,.totrmg op and form a humanb4Kade 'If this venom spreads
gal Decker said he will the
but Ole JIC'I. ,txnal Center Jar Space Sato Reds 'AI w- .... ..... at the verdict throughout country God
JIUIfq and tells; IWImvh& t> I i let* to Sort Icelndpt to Jaye, axsae A-Gear to perJy doodySoasay banned. Then the actual date 1 Roby Dreseed Same disgusting thing I have ever

? tptikereaa w4 Re5t. A 1iWe cockr Sicl4a7Smq"ton: for ernmtinB would be set b) (by.. as on! rm"day of his seen In my life."
bfryks Zel was eat lei: : sources+ cud tee rockmwgijd A Judge Brows wore t dark suit a white Would he appeal, someone
Haas cf Mad Earx tamnstyr g' up :I B>* to era;,,sr65t Kgbest : Ruby I paUll by. slight avaa nf- and a dark tie. shouted.
s as d V&d Tar_ L Je l-aa Area radrsxs bt2. : ICD- Conaderable ckudi- with a few wisps of dark hair' te defendant blinked hi.OIICI "Appeal" BeW cried. "Ap-

i era. thracgh: Sanday. OccasxaalIsbovtrs across: a nearly bald bead f ff or twice then cocked peal? Todayl"!
stepped from a crowd b the bead slightly to the left and He was asked If he considered .
as Sunday bed basement cf Dallas police head ed into I that
die a seemingly comd Ruby was railroad-
ear border
Gcrpa during
New! N tin Pawt *. H3i quarters at 11:21 am. Saaday.1 attitude of waning.
tooig Siaday aa the ed.'Railroaded
yo. need for Tfta. Cooler late Sunday and r.eLakdaed Nov. 24. Vrth I cmgie ballet be '* Jurors filed in and Ruby yes railroad

cJearbMrieg.1with r c Scaday sugbt Weathercast s.wffl cut down the. 24-year-old Oswald ed his eyes to them. about ed," Belli responded so emotionally
4 i a loner. a puihaacd Man-I !set to his right He mighte worked up that he
Uw new EFG-Partly cloudy aid lilt and the man charged officially been watching an orches- seemed unable to form I complete
sutd through today Some showers have summer- F Q with the assaaasati 4S file into its chairs M begin sentence. "This is a kangaroo
lidr. Kgk hi the efts- like weather today with readaegs hours earlier of the 8th President -: overture so expressionless railroad. I hope the

Mostly eontherly weds ills 20 in the tab and a chance ofshowers on of the United States. sthe mask be wore. people of Dallas are proud."
miles per east.NIPartly The state called the crime
( _# according the Ui 1 murder with malice. Wade described
as sias dead. cloudy and tend Weather Boreas. Apart from Ruby as glory seeker.r
% yen through Sunday. A few scattered
/ .rani attic. RI showers Lkery Saaday afteroooo. the showers, slues will be party H and told the Jury be hoped to] e bttuariesun. I

Kgb Sunday around chxidy. gals materially as the killer otjecmed
TU ant ..... ......
I&ooUe bait a.a.t r-60c) IS. Winds wa be at II a"" all nraudential aasa
southerly -
taaw -........ ... ter aea.es.r MIl .... Y lie .. ....... a $tAtaestimoay cpjoted] ZANE E. CLARK at 10 o'clock tomorrow
U 21 miles aa bout.Southern's. morning
34 J
a..asl GeeeraCy fair
eased i a; ;ei.i. a Owe throat a Ruby as saying be killed OW Zane E. Dart a, of the Holl-
Ilk err-u. ........... at the chapel of the Pint
utilise...-seat k.--.... Sunday H.gh Sunday M to UII wad "to show the world dials Mobile Prk. died "_lOP. Methodist
kesias .... Church with burial
ail ke..e tea.steel sdw kiesr.e.reeuo.Coss. "
tilie"arii;
do
Jews have
T.4..e-...... : i ke ,.. Ifltt8atarwsia TO DIE FOR PLOT guts. in Bath. Friends may can at
lass sad mere a aa4 try Jar ....... es ... a pea RABAT Morocco tn-Eleven Alumni Pick Defense Pleads ......, Hal He was a native of Munf the GentryMomFIIMnl
....
.
Ind, and
-a doera.be.e el... came to Lakerbe Home from :I until I today.
aU p.m.
JWs.e"a ......... KiD .MM ........ s.s3aea. crvuAS wen sentenced to defense pleaded tem m 1955 from Lansing,
I .......... .. --. > Mien. ...... rf .., bwD Tbsua s... death today by a court trek Grizzard As Next Leadershowing ary tasaaity. Their wnaem fica. He was a retired petrol-
r 1C Moroccans on charges ot laid of youthful bead mtarieivmSay salesman: a member nf St' RITES FOR MR. HOLMES

putting to kill King Hasua II : ha date of office, by become knows around the which they said led to Ruby olin'a Episcopal Church of De-
and seize power. The government suffering psychomotor Funeral services for AmbroseL.
Frank the world. epuepsylus rat; e member of the Lake-
17 ....011/ aVifniefar. announced last August Foland. college'sdirector The Rev Dr. Ira Barnett was described u a rar and Veterans: of Foreign Wars Holmes 78. 7M Vermont.
,' that the plot bad been uncovered of alumni affairs. retired Methodist minister ol form of the disease, character >ost and a veteran of World who died Thursday, were held

I : .,CJeiIiii'HEARING SERVICE and blocked the previous Skit Presrated lakeland who was graduated oed by violent rages, and blackout 'ar 1, and a member of the Saturday afternoon at the
month. scsBtres. tt was during sue! lasonie chapel of Grace Lutheran h
A slut entitled Those Were by Soothers an Isis was the Lodge of Lnndng.s .
207 L Lasses St. Ph. 681-3450 oldest alumnus c* campus robot period Belli hunted Survivors include his widow ,Church.
Antarctica to colder than the the Yean that Was was during Alumni Day. Representatives that Raby toted Oswald, noajtewvg Irs. Maude Clark; a son. Rohr The Rev. Joseph Huatley,
North Pole region gives at the luncheon ia recognitioa ef the Class of what he was doing iitrt. of South Haven Mich; and pastor officiated.

-. ISO, the next oldest ...--. advance and without any clea nree grandchildren. Burial Is to be m Mount H>
m .3 m Iflt : were the Rev. H. .... Bted emissary afterwards of what b< Funeral services and burial reb. Wis Gentry-Mormon as
.:r41 I bun of Lakeland and the Rev. bad dews. ill be held Tuesday In Detroit in charge of arrangements.
.
41 j Karl Koestlme of Oearwater fader Texas law, a Jury set riends may call at the Gentry,

4 t :; of the 2Sih anniversary i both Methodist II IIIIterLDr. use peaalry) when it comets tomson Funeral Home from 3

4 t of the Class of Itts. Charles T. Thrift Jr, fchsdint The Jerry had a wid ntil I p.m. today NORMAN FLETCHER CRtMBARTOV

Two members of the class. president of Florida Soathere. tam oC choices aa Ruby's easel .- Norman Fletcher
Miss Jeanne Hart ef Lakeland spoke bf iefly to the group end c.Id blot bees acquitted MIS. FAIRY E. not.'P I a.rum.a, 01 the Old Fort Meade
St and Carroll Teeter of Wilder ffirtfgtfj future building plane I HI myd beat been par let prtsj Irs. Fairy E. Troup, 78. of 32 Road, died Friday at his home
Cooler and livelier Haven teamed to recall highlights New structures now ia the oas boa any member cI yeah uddy St, died Friday 1ft aIce. :after a very brief nines

l of the class' undergraduate planning stage he said aa-. and nursing home. She was He was a native of Homeland.
t ;. years. dude: a new field bane end Dot OIl Jar1 chow ChI maxi aatift of Angola, Mlcb., and'and had lived in this area all of
.. for summer wear DuscisaDywas taboo VftftnM Baits of the Ladd tswus ,,- deellt Ia tII aIM to Lakeland 17 yean ago his life. He was a dry-Bin foreman -
.1 called "rhythmic acting." M. Sptvey Memorial Fine Arts decu1e dIaIr at die IIII8taYiIJ Salinaw. Mich. She was aStaet with Swift and Co. wherehe
they remembered and coeds Center. Pr>rae. her cI die United EvangaliThe -' had been employed for the

Exclusive Botany 500 fabrics It were warned to stay away The college stands at a bud began )leb, 17 a Bmhrtn. put U years. He was a member
from the shores of Lake die CUI WIlt to die aD..tllte SIll it survived by two son ,of the Homeland Methodist
tit 3f Dacron polyester end f nest t HoUingsworth at aught became \Id significant"poet Dr. Thrift tt its de- aJI.ProcntIIIt furY at 1:05 1.11I 'i1ha 01 Saginaw and Everett of Church and of the Moose Lodge
opo>e t. said.
the aJhpl 'l.- ackaoa. Mrh! rhea ...RA- HA Wml. Hmtmr..m Jlf UT-U w.*
tit wool provide tttfft and one of the most hopeful '-- --- --- --
lighter
yarns The euuie student body hOdr n s d five grest jrand- II:
factors is the increasing interest Negro Citrus
livelier lock to these smart, was only tot to those years." and ef our Survivors Include his widow.

tit comfortable/ suits. If you want };. they said and every student alumni. support Worker Killed dal be held"In'vStea and burials Mrs. Agraitdze Welch Cram; a
knew every faculty member Saginaw. Friends daughter Mrs.
annciatioa's ( Betty Williams
At the amtsalmeeting.
431 suits that flatter and fit. +. "P'r" ;. and visited to their hems" Ed McMuDea. president Another Held ay taU st the Gentry Morciyuaeral of Sacra m.nto. Calif; tworandchildren

tt toms in lava free and friendly; = tt The btggest campus event of the Lakeland chapter t0 Home from 3 until 0AVBVR' ; his mother. Mrs
a during their student day was DALE-A rs' y' Fletcher Crum of Barlow: and
reported that the local unit is 27-yearol
rty-oa J the first VMS of the late Frank two
J to active membershipaad Shuts Carolina Negro etro sisters Mrs. ADeyae McVay
growing
-J) Lloyd Wright who came to as piamueg a '"CoOegeAppredatioB wane? waS shot dead while REV. GUY 0vLySIIIRE of Lake Wales and Mrs Carmen
1 J oestfS! his t"Mnir that have Day!' to be bed sad another Negro 'pia The Rev. Guy iii. Ovenahirs, Jones of Lakeland.
to UN this year. w ltai sighs to the of 11$ Demington St., died Services will be bald at 2:M
J) Maid vein sere milky sight at Lakeland Gen- o'clock this afternoon at the
tt Haven Trinity T...., Left Casnaniisi Shot once is the beset with sal Hosgtal aftee a long lU Whidden Funeral Home chapel.

f Caning F. Tofle. director s1catiber Colt aasosatie w lie was a aatiw of Bath. with the Rrv. J. o. Williamson
t Church Revival of commuaity and ahnnni affairs Sasme La Carter d cheater Y, cad since a resident officiating. Burial will be to the

!;. at the college end Roy Lakeland 1060. ,Homeland Cemetery.
'w: Lott of the admtasM start Takes to the musty fall wa the Rev. Mr. Ovenahlrs was
f w Ise1Ita44 J;. 'Jegins Tonight both FSC graduates were any Ls is paw, 3s, teethed Methoda minister,

t;. co."mdecI for their sonartut Misianpp4. aenher p tending the First Methodist
fand-rajsaig pregrasa Deputy famed Fan.ef said here. He s a member Dukes Steen
f WINTER HAVEN Revival, among Florida alumni. bysasder departed t e the Genessee, N.Y. Metbn-
sen ices at the Tnuty Methodist The ociatjoe's Dhtbv were -my play' at dice bas t Conferencs and had served'
Funeral
3 o 500 It Church Haveadale Boulevard: flushed AJumna Award. a Ille deputy repomtsd e dlKrkt superintendent of the Home
and Idyhrud DrIIIIIiIbt. -, wall bega, plaque, was presented to Mae money as well s dun lying B District in New York;
: with the Rev. Thomas the floor at the staying resident of the
Retired -I
Agnes D. Jahnso af Tallahassee Moth 310 t S. Florida
arsons, minister of the AnouaCommunity
bed sot rot aside Ministers
a UM graduate. She sub; and usaamest
Methodist Church of was cited for her wort as a .bout ohs cuss b resident of he WNlsvWe. '
ItIJr.t"J Largo as the evangelist field representative for the La bat alibi. .Y., Rotary Club. He was a Phone MU 2-3123 t
The services seta be conducted
Florida Education Msocta tiaL lnvaagaing. along with F bee of the Sentinel Masonic)
each aught through Friday. be- Mae Johnsoa m sell vu Deputy Jim Blab of Greenwood, N.Y. and
a regional
ttJ : tearing at 7 o'clock The ombulanct
.7JmWl. : pastor vice president of the alumni _17 is miler the t tins Bath, N.Y., Gusge. [ service:
rrww"H J;. I of Trinity Methodist Church case d 1L Joha Gene?. H. Is oirvtv.d tee, hi. .Ma
,
II the .... Ben Blackburn former CfOIIP.
C Irs. Eula B. Ovenahire i; a I
J..ftJlt assistant pastor of College Dr. Carl Bracy. prect- ; eon.
Heights Methodist Church! of dent of Mount Union College Former State he Rev. Lava F. ''I '
: LakIaa4. AHiaace. Ohio was the speaker sancta, Va.: a & AMBULANCESERVICE

J The .... Mr. Parsons a graduate Friday sigh at a dinner Senator Dies .'Uliaaa J. Flemming Oveaablre'l
J l of Duke University has for alumni and pareaue of"The Y.; five f
served churches to IbIdeaI&. MIAMI (AP>- Former Stall ven great-grandchndren. I I
t;. lisa as wig as to 0. colleges and universities Sea Ernest R. Graham a pioncer Funeral services will be held .a t.u...,k... ..s,
and Sanford. to SouG5 of our country are not Dado County resident ami -.y and tOe
L x it cborch at Largo !isolated Ivory towers of Intellectualism one-time candidate for govern TMORKTOKWEWORIAl. shit wed des-

i A program of separated from the died Saturday hi Doctors ,
t different groups hi pinned.WAKESPEARE struggles going on in our world Hospital. He was n. HOME
today." be said. They playa Graham a mauve ef Crosswen. rm ... hr: '....

; t MEN'S WEAR Itt FIRST vital part in the struggles Mich, was e mining engineer ..... ..r II 417 N. M.... A....
DAR ES SALAAM. Tanganyika because: the central issue is to South Dakota and served .....
(AP-ta tho. Shakespeare's the straggle for the hearts as a captaia to the 29th Enigioeers ... ". I ,.... MU 6-111J

GROVE PARK DOWNTOWN tt < Julius Caesar win be die vehicle The charch-rtlated college From ISO untj ISM be oper
43 OPEN WEEKNIGHTS OPEN Fftl. NIGHTS for the first SwahOi language he added not only educates aa ted Graham's Dairy nonliwei HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL

-31 TILL 9:00 stage production ever. A traas- I general terms"it also develops d Miami, where the family ba4 Air Ci.
rm.i _
TILL 9:00 < fk.nl _
lama by Tangany-fca President I the comomre of a extensive kidin He newel w4iM. Let
..Jj ultas Nytrere wul be staged to I student and a sense of commitment front the dairy busineaa to 1151'' 24 HOUR AMIULANCt SERVICIt

July at the National Festival by to eternal values that Graham raa for goveraor 11 FOSTER I. HEATH, FIiMral Oint4er

:a high school company. I tart..the whole person." ( 1544 and received ILJ74 votes Cie. U.... eN I.,........ Pheii 611-(11 "






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I LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, 7-A

fftBe 1 First to Church Then to Dinner

Woman Has Problem : Houses' Back Wall Full SUNDAY SPECIAL


A Lakeland housewife has a owners, very much against giving gars she recalls three yean ago. of the honey and the honey- the yard. I can't hang up clothes wants Is an empty back wall.I ROASTVermont
sting problem for that anyone promises who a tries lot to of up the homestead. :She reported that while shaking makers, and then her problem anymore. I just want to get rid I"I'm desperate to find someone 1 Turkey C
solve It. Although she has been stung rugs on the back porch of would really get out of hand. of them." who knows how to get rid of With Cornbmd Drtulnf, Sum.flak 8 7
The back wall of her house Is only once, Mrs. Anderson says her home she witnessed a large "I have fought them for three S Tve called everyone" she those bees. PororoM, fresh June ,...,
full of bees. that going Into the back yard'swarm of bees bait in throughthe years," she said "and I get added, "I called the head of I Bh..bwry MvHIni. TM, Cofta.tr .
Mrs. Carl Anderson of 1116 E. is a trip full of dangers. trees and, without hesitation cold chills every time I go into the Lakeland Bee Association to'" ISLAND GRAVEYARDSable Cake, h.....
Rose has had the unwanted I While hanging up clothes Mrs.I: fly Into a hole In the back lee if he could get rid of them. Island, off the coast of 1/2 IB. NEW YORK CLUB STEAKS 9Sc
SAUCER FIRST On Friday morning a large Nova Scotia, is
often
guests In the wall of her house Anderson says that the more of the house. They've been there called
The first of swarm of bees left the wall and "The Graveyard of the
for three years and all attemptsto reckless honey-makers roar at ever since. report t eaucershaped Atlantic"I
remove them have failed. breakneck speeds past the end "I know that back wall Is full object In the sky was collected In a nearby tree. A because of the ships wrecked on
The back wall of the Anderson of her nose, and the more of honey," she said. She expressed made In 1947 by Kenneth Arnold, neighbor was able to break up the shore, The area Is about
home, even when viewed from a friendly ones bury themselvesin fear that the wall between t businessman flyer of Boise, the swarm with a water hose 20 square miles, but the Island,
safe distance, appears to be the her hair. the bedroom and the bees Idaho. Since then, similar sight- but the problem of the wall still Is gradually sinking Into the
home of several thousand bees Mrs. Anderson's problem be-II would collapse from the weightp.S' age have been reported by airline remains. ocean. The only Inhabitants are: SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN
and all seem to be proud home pilots and other reliable observers Mrs. Anderson said that she men tending the lighthouses, a 2637 S. Flo. A,.. 219 E. Main St.
from both the air Indthe knows that she has a unique life-saving station and a radio
I
ground. problem, but all she really station. I
Sherwood SmithTo



Head Cancer ,, utsitu'Dg Your Dealer With Service Ann I

Society appointment DriveThe of Sherwood : Tag ari t I u I

Smith, administrator of the
Lakeland General Hospital to m .
I lead the American Cancer So ,
I
ciety's 1964 Crusade In Lakeland
has been announced -


:I:,d.,I((i Society's Chairman County Unit Crusade Unit.by,Polk the W. Back from School Sale !


N [O. Gibson Jr.,
Bar rtow in 7
I naming the new
I chairman, said
[that "under the ,, These appliances have been in Polk
J vigorous lead- x
ershlp of Mr Schools the used
SMITH Smith w, hope n\ode\s County past year -

to educational have our and most fund-raising successful l These Of' \963We"o e only in Home Economics Depart.

Crusade ever." like new ments. They're Just Like New But
The Crusade begins April 1. bu t just sell at tte
In accepting the top Crusade to
few at Greatly
post In this area the chairman only 0 to '1ou\
called on everyone "to do his sa 'I\9s .
part in the fight against can n1endous once-a REDUCED
cer. He noted that the disease this
will eventually strike some 48," t "' ,'s
000,000 Americans now living, \
according to rates "All SA.Et
present
PRICES!
I of us," he said "either directlyor NONIY IN THI WALL-Mr.. Ctrl Andwton, 1116 I. R"0, yea r
Indirectly destined to be point N e swine .l Is.. thot hew .h. ever the real well d li.r
are
touched by the suffering caused horn and hues built e hive. In she sp.ce baew..s the ..hld. wellnd
by cancer. Therefore all of us ... iniid bedroom will. The *nw.ntod houit f iMttt have bon
must unite against the disease. twormlnf In end out .f the Wall for throt rear .nd Mn, Andirunbt FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE
The fund.raising aspect of the bas. M.kln| e w., K rid her.he.... .f Him, (ltdgtr Phot lyHutaniiM FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE JJtAL aALDJ
Crusade, he said provides the ) ELECTRIC ELECTRIC
support for the Society's programs REFRIGERATORI AUTO. WASHER fm1J..
of research educationand iSTOr abiiit luarlnr JfLL RANGE DRYER
service to cancer patients.To worry nJ your; ? ; a -

1964 assure Crusade the he success appealed of for the a LOOK it Sinotoni't ilimmest/ eyetlast: hiarjnt idrLISTENM I 42di2UL 1ItL fo.6- seeR

record number of volunteers to '
join In the work of organizingand ItS' superb iirtormanciJ! V GIANT ,6M4cuZ.licj2iL

conducting the campaign. hear better, look better, live better 12 LB.
He urged those who would like
to serve as volunteers to call Most hearing losses can be corrected TUBIweDII r
him at Crusade Headquarters, with Sonotone's terrific new eyeglass 6 w O
S8J-4758. hearing aid, the THINLINE A transistor I !
"It is It-
through cooperation
hearing aid is built into Sonotone's
and personal effort that this
disease will be conquered" be slimmest lightest temples. Fits wom RD.20.
said. "And by working together en's, men's eyeglass fronts for stylish (/JDn watt I Big 40" range
we can make the 1964 hearing, seeing. The THINLlNE is so N* ..,_tl". anne I Seeks, w.ih.l-oilvtomotfcolly e Fomous pull 'n clean /
Crusade the best year yet in 100-lk. ..r* BOSS frttitrlitre oven
Lakeland." good looking your family and friends e door ....... e Aiitomotl Lint ........1 1IwJ'llrpLfaJLat e Cook-Matter oven DDAS-2
will admire your choice.Exclusively at"SONOTONE r J e Twin .'41...... e Spills clolkti sets dry control e e Sot licluiivo.... did flowing to dry hoot
CHANGED BUSINESS e Speed-heat surface ny fokrl booutltullyLint
Responding to major popula Reg. $389,95 R.j. $289.95 unit e icroo on doer
tlon shifts in the United States Reg. $299.95 Sp.ciolOnly
after 1923, large mall order com $210 .I ,
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$288
panics established hundreds of 217 EAST LEMON ST. LAKELAND LIlJUJJo $208 $128Frigidaire
retail stores throughout the Only Only Only
country and, by mldcentury, re- IATTIRIIS fOR All MARINO, AIDS
tail sales exceeded those of mail

the order Encyclopaedia divisions, according Britannica.toj I Telephone MU_2-7816 i MORE SPECIALS! Some From Schools Some Dem-



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f SHOIS FOR MEN you buy an Electric Dryer during the

1 month of March, the City of Lakeland -- s
Dept of Electric & Water Utilities will
give you 20.00 installation allowance. Y \

ALIKE FATHERs Offer good in any area served by Lakeland I
Electric & Water Utilities Dept
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9S LIKE SON ..g, SALE
10 11 Cu. Ft $12500

Freezer .., . $389.95
See the proud lookon Washer-Dryer $ 1 O QOO*

Comb . . $560.00 IjCO
his face whenhe 15 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator

all porcelain, yellow SCXOOO
grows up inyour.foofsfeps L H. door . $749.95 OOO W/T

iPl.lfee 14 eu. ft. Refrigerator
;: No frost ever! Left hand door $539.95 $42 8 W/T Rs-ia
e Hugo porcelain .name! crisper 30" Electric Range e Big 23-Inch wide son.licluilvs .
: e Roomy storage door (pink) . . $199.95 $13900 S Rsdlantvbs surface snits far
e 15 CM. ft. 30" Electric nlferm taxing.

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Ie $48800 $158
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t, M LAKELAND LEDGER \ Hears Jury ,
Sunday March II, 1964AntiPoverty More Troops Poker-Faced Ja k Ruby
"
tO" Wot1
CitnlCe1Jtcr
:
IXllirTemperatures Death
"'
Order

Pledged For : : 'tJ\KEt.ANPF1..0Rf.CA, Declare Him G 'Ity, ?You haw your verdict

tried bun. But he Saturd after a grueling nightsessio
vainly to quiet "
Message DueTomorrow marked by final hoursof ready? Judge Brows asked.As .
shouted ]
:
Forcebut +ation oratory by the de- several jurors spoke assent,
Cyprus This Is a victory for bigotry. suir bailiff carried the written
We'll appeal this to a court fense Jwyers and the prosecutors. a
i In Florida And Around The NationStation I verdict up to the bench.
when we can get due Justiceand
I was asked to reconsider.A Now Ruby's eyes moved slowly .
war on poverty as a special new U. N. resolution contained H. L Sarasota ........... 88 67 Detroit ............62 42 law." The fury had breakfast, then.' the left until they
a "handi off Cyprus Dayton Beach .... 'Ii 61 Tallahassee ....... 77 62 Kansas City ....... 58 45 Then ai Ruby ttlll seemlng- began cliberationa at 8:15: a.mIn to Brown. His were
presidential assistant.Shriver provision to deal with Turkey'sthreat Ft. Lauderdale .... 83 74 Tampa ............. 88 67 Little Rock ........ 81 .1 ly uncomprehending was led a nlzianlne room above and. fixed on Judge his lips
Is the director of the to Invade the Island unless .' Fort Myers ........ 11 61 W. Palm Beach ... 82 73 Los Angeles ....... 74 Ie past him In the custody of a behind] the second floor courtroom were firm body motion.

i highly successful Peace Corps Gainesville .....,.. 84 60 Memphis ..........79 14 ._ ,less.Judge
and Is to retain that post .t Jacksonville ....... 83 61 Atlanta ............ 62 54 Milwaukee ......... SO 37 Foreman Selected I Brown read the verdict
least temporarily while coordinating If'f tn' 1'11:.' DII' Key West .........82 74 Boston ............. 48 31 New Orleans ....... 12 71 lrflPi 1'4 4 :<1M '-"We, the jury find the defendant
the antl.poverty drive. LAKELAND...... 8S 14 Chicago ........... 55 44 New York ......... SO 31 The< ury' first item of business guilty of murder with

Ill health and lack of education Greek Cypriots stopped attacks Miami .............82 74 Cincinnati ......... 62 48 Phoenix ........... 72 38 phalanx of burly sheriffs deputies f s the selection of a ton- malice and assess the penaltyat
I against Turkish Cypriots. Orlando ............84 64 Dallas ............. .69 53 Sail Francisco ..... 81 48 the defense chief cried: man.hey chose Max E. Cau death."

: Cyprus was quiet as Canadian Pensacola ......... 73 64 Denver ............41 23 Toronto ............ 48 34 'Don't' worry Jack We'll appeal sey, 1, a husky redhalred cost Ruby kept looking at the
lt9'11fi P t, ,IJH I troops began to arrive exceptfor St. Petersburg ..... 86 69b4 Des Moines ....... 50 32 Washington ........ 55 38 this and take It out of Tex- anaM for an electronics firm, judge, as though not a word
several apparently accidental a." a Ba 1st and the father of two had been ..pokeD."I. .

condemn many youths to an shots In Nicosia suburbs Sat The packed courtroom was boys.] this unanimous?" Brown

economic fate like that of their urday morning. Dolor frwn U.L WiA1H1A IUW.UI thrown into wild confusion immediately AttJ-neys for both sides had asked. "So say you all? please

r poverty-stricken parents. As one Ended after the verdict, although .jrect a speedy verdict. But hold up your right hands"
Threat Seen
f means of striking at this, Shrlver 4* Judge Brown had,even hey were caught by surprise Twelve hands shot up.

r has favored lowering the I Stella Souhotl Cyprus' acting warned against any demonstra hen, at 11:M a.m., Caus Guards On Feel
draft registration age, the Idea foreign minister told a reporterthe tions. Network television cameras ey Mocked on the courtroomdoor
being to disclose health and educational coming of the Canadian advance admitted to the room for It the bottom of a flight of By now his au.rdlIIera on
deficiencies earlier and party had "practicallyended ro the verdict by a last-minute stairlleadlng to the jury room. their feet and so was Jack

I to try correcting them through the threats of Turkish In 4t3x I decision of the court, recorded 'W have a verdict. he an- Ruby. He automatically took

e a government program. I terventlon." x the scene. It was believed to be nou d. his familiar position in their

Proposed In DisputeThe I But Turkish Cypriots In NIcosia H the first time In the history of Tclphone summonses went midst and marched to hIs left

sponsors Insist that the were disappointed to learn major American criminal trialS: out \> attorneys and to Judge and out a courtroom door.
sole aim Is to prepare ailing and that Turkish troops had not F' that such a scene was tele- Bro From the time he entered to
ill-educated youth for productive k1 the time he left-a space of no
landed. They predicted a new H vised. Biji I, a model of sartorial per.foci .
dsR70
lives which would be Impossible than three
more minutesRubyacted
wave of violence.In 60
Dlst Atty. Henry M. Wade ti throughout the trial,
without correction of like the most disinterest.
Athens, Greek Premier
50, a blunt-faced gray-haired ruslll to the courtroom in a
their handicap. ed In the entire packed
man
George Papandreou met with prosecutor who 24 times before dar suit weaning a black sport
There is no thought of bringIng jrtl un..ro I3 .
courtroom.Not
his Cabinet, and the government has sent a defendant to the shlr buttoned at the neck but
earlier inductions Into military so Belli. As Brown ad-
the arrivalof
was reported hopeful
chair said he anticipated It wit ut a tie.
service sponsors of this I U. N. would lessen the Journed court the lawyer was
troops
would be at least two years be- A|12:10: p.m. Judge Brown
move insist. To support this,, threat of Turkish Intervention. r 80 /lenri.r ear I engulfed by a wave) of newsmen .
fore Ruby can be executed, assuming whdr.ad been at home ascended -
they note that nearly all Inductions -But Greek military forces and photographers.
the verdict stands. He la bench.
now are In the 23-year. stayed on the alert and a gov- Mw ilueytinw f..rtnt.y'" t : <, said the appeal would n Ruby was brought In, a "Any independent appraisalof
process
bracket. ernment source said "the Cyprus F14was Show ...." rreep.raewe ..,.,... r probably take at least that long ah man dwarfed by hisguajls. this all over the world," the

But are some doubtful administration that the public officials -'over,"crisis Grece Is had by warned no means It ".....4 ,,....'Itl... He' ...111..4.. Caeeete Least ,....... r Ruby Back la Jail took. Four seats of behind the security him at lion defense boiling chief up shouted on his forehead persplra-

would understand or accept: would react if Turkey Inter Ruby was returned to the Dallas th efense table. Three others "will give a pretty good Impression .
this thesis and see grave polio vened. Jkowtn ace due today from the Ohio end TIHIMIM* Valleys., northwtrj t* New InglonJ, with County Jail where he has of one of the sore spots of
cal perils In such a step. same snow harden ever the higher tlmtloni' .! the CcHtill) .f>4 ,"*... Mountain. Sh w.rt ere been held without bond since the safin a front row courtroom America.
outside the readyto
,
railing
Shriver first said the message SPACE PROBE SET **,.ct." ,hi MrthwMtcm earner .f the action! cad ./''if <...*.1' .'*.*. Snow flunks ever the ,north day he killed Oswald. Sheriff se firing and form a human "If this venom spreads

would go to Congress Feb. 14. PARIS (AP)-The French National trn end central Rsckiti. Temperatures will be ctoltr In HIM! areas till >f (h. Mixlulppl' *uplFlorid. Bill Decker said he will remain b icade up at the verdict throughout the country God
but the Intra administration Center for Space Studies .. (UP Winphat) Mop there until his last appeal Is exhauated. help us all. This is the most
pulling and hauling made this will launch two rockets from a Then the actual date Ruby Dressed Same disgusting thing I have ever

impossible. site In South Iceland In July a A-Clear to partly cloudy for' execution would be set by ,iby as on every day of his seen In my life."

center spokesman said. Reykjavik :Sunday. A little cooler Sunday Judge Brown. tr). wore I dark suit a whites Would he appeal someone
Margaret Zell was the real sources said the rocket 64 to 72 ..au shouted.
I night Highest Sunday tewe. Ruby a paunchy slight nan t and a dark tie
name of Mall Han famous would go up 250 miles to study BCD Considerable cloudiness run ewer? with a few wisps of dark hair e defendant blinked his 'Appeal' ?" Belli cried. "Ap-

woman of World War I. the Van Allen radiation belt. -
spy
bald bead ? Todayl"He !
across a nearly e once or twice then cocked peal
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through Sunday. Occasional stepped from a crowd In the h head slightly to the left ands was asked U he considered

showers on Sunday beginningnear C r basement of Dallas police headquarters led into a seemingly corned that Ruby.... railroad

the Georgia border during ........ .. at 11:21: am. Sunday, attitude of waiting.he ed.
Nowl All the power i" e tonight. High Sunday In the .rue. Nov. 24. With a single bullet, he jurors filed in and Ruby "Railroaded' yes railroaded .

you need for "' 70s. Cooler late Sunday and Weathercast. :cut down the 24-year-old Os shed his eyes to them about ," Belli responded, so emotionally -

clear hearing I V Sunday night euss "" wald a loner a professed Marxist :- feet to his right. He mighte worked up that he

with the new r E F Q -Partly cloudy and a .r and the man charged officially been watching an orches- seemed unable to form a complete -
4 mild through today. Some showers Lakeland will have summer F with the assassination 48 file into Its chairs to begin sentence. "This is a kan.

> likely. High In the SOs. like weather today with readIngs hours earlier of the 35th President overture, so expressionlesss garoo; railroad. I hope the

I I' Mostly southerly winds 10 to 20 In the 80s and a chance of e. of the United States. the mask he wore. I people of Dallas are proud"
t. miles hour. I The state railed" the crime-
per '
showers, according to the U.S. '
1 murder with malice.
J HI-Partly cloudy and mild Weather Bureau. Apart from
scribed .
Ruby a
so small friendswon't A few scattered Wade'debituatit
d notice your HI through showers Sunday.likely Sunday af the showers, skies will be partly HI and told the jury ha the 5 I

ternoon. High Sunday around' cloudy. "- gain materially as
The nn Serenade fcUos behind Module Occult (Patent Pmdlnf) 85. ,I Winds will be southerly at 10 'r an accused presidential asss
sin.i State testimony quote ZANE E. CLARK at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning -
your ear weighs less thin a and eS./i It la the Serenade a to 20 miles an hour. 1
quarter of aa ounool marvel of mlnUturUition, to tiny K-Generally fair through w Ruby as saying he killed Os Zane E. Clark 69, of the Holt, at the chapel of the First
It U the Hulbot khlad-tlw-Mr many of IU put miut be Mwmblt4 Sunday. High Sunday 80 to 85. wald "to show the world the ay Mobile Park, died yester- Methodist Church with burial

hMrfof ala Boltono hu ever pro. under a high.pmnr IDI_..*. Jews do have guts." ay at Lakeland General Hot, ID Bath. Friends may call at
dim* V..H feUvm Html MIBui Com la BOW for your rRBG II TO DIE FOR PLOT Southern's Alumni Pick Defense )Pleads. InsanityThe Ital. He was a native of Munie he Gentry-Morrison Funeral
sound tb.l you mutt try leeBeeltone'a ottctronlo hearing tot and a per RABAT Morocco W-Eleven Ind., and came to Lake- Home from 3 until 9 p.m today.
r tw,.l dtmonitratloa of the til.new persons were sentenced to defense pleaded temperary and in 195 from Lansing
onfiMorlnf skill bu'' B ltono Emntdo. Th r.'. no cbli- death today by a court tryIng Grizzard As Next Leadershowing Insanity. Their wltnessei ich. He was a retired petrol
produced uuOag Dew Micro ,.11.... of any kind told of youthful head injurlt,;
r I 102 Moroccans on charges of :um salesman; a member of St. RITES FOR MR. HOLME

plotting to kill King Hassan II his date of office, by become known around the which they said led to Ruby', ohn's Episcopal Church of Derail Funeral services for Ambrose
and seize power. The govern- suffering psychomotor epilepsy ; a member of the Lake-
Frank Foland, the college'sdirector world. L Holmes, 78 706 N. Vermont
ment announced last August This was described as a ran and Veterans of Foreign Wars ,
Key lirweW Distributor The Rev. Dr. Ira Barnett
i /D that the plot had been uncovered of alumni aff.lrs.Skit retired Methodist minister of form of the disease, character eel and a veteran of Worldar who died Thursday were held

u / 1 and blocked the previous PresentedA Lakeland who was graduatedby zed by violent rages and black I; and a member of the Saturday afternoon at the

1'1! :DeuoT HEARING SERVICE month. i skit entitled "Those Were Southern in 1900 was the out seizures. It was during sucla Itsonlc Lodge of Lansing. Church.chapel of Grace Lutheran
robot period Belli Insisted Survivors
oldest alumnus Include his widow
on
207 E. Lemon St. Ph. 682-3450 campus
Antarctica 1 Is colder than the the Yean that Was; was during Alumni Day. Representatives that Ruby killed Oswald no Irs. Maude Clark; a son, Rob-- The Rev. Joseph Huntley,

North Pole region. given at the luncheon In recog- of the Class of knowing what he was doing ii rt of South Haven Mich.; and pastor officiated

,?d> ,,. 1920. the next oldest present advance and without any clea, hree grandchildren. Burial is to be In Mount Ho-
ft afterwards of what hi Funeral services and reb, Wis. Gentry-Morrison as
c memory burialill
&&i were the Rev. H. W. Blackburn
&
& ; t9ftJr of Lakeland and the Rev. had done. be held Tuesday In Detroit. In charge of arrangements.

,_.: __ Karl Koestline of Clearwater Under Texas law a Jury set rlends may call at the Gentry-

t nition of the 25th anniversaryof both Methodist ministers.Dr. the penalty when It convicts i I lorrison Funeral Home from 3
tia. defendant. The had a wide, ntll 9pm. NORMAN FLETCHER CRUM
the Class of 1939. Charles T. Thrift Jr., jury today.
1 : Two members of the class, president of Florida Southern range of choices in Ruby's case BARTOW Norman Fletcher
could have been acquitted MRS. FAIRY E. TROUP Crum 48 of the
Miss Jeanne Hart of Lakelandand spoke briefly to the group and He Old Fort Meade
Carroll Teeter of Winter outlined future building plans. H. could have been put in prix Mrs. Fairy E. Troup 78, of 32 Road died Friday at his home

Cooler and livelier It Haven teamed to recall high New structures now in the on for any number of years ui uddy St., died Friday In a after a very brief Illness.He .

+ lights of the class' under- planning stage, he said Include to life. akeland nursing home. She was was a native of Homeland
graduate years.Dancingofficially. I, a new field house and But the Jury chose the maximum native of Angola Mich., and and had lived in this area all ofhis
\ for summer wear x taboo additional units of the LuddM. punl.hment-dllth In th, ame to Lakeland 17 years agom life. He was a dry-mill foreman
w was called "rhythmic acting." Spivey Memorial Fine Arts electric chair at the Huntsvlll<. Saginaw, Mich. She was a with Swift and Co., where
they remembered and coeds Center. State Prison. ember of the United Evangell- he had been employed for the
I were warned to stay away The trial began Feb. 17 am al Brethren. past 25 years. He was a memberof
; Exclusive Botany 500 fabrics t;4 from the shores of Lake "The college stands at a the case went to the allwhite.iI.Protmant I She Is survived by two IOns the Homeland Methodist

# of Dacron polyester and finest t Hollingsworth at night because significant point Dr. Thrift In its said development Jury at 1:05 ..m ills of Saginaw and Everett of Church and of the Moose Lodge.He .
of the alligators. action Mich.; three grand- was a veteran of World WarII.
wool yarns provide a lighter, "The entire student body "and one of the most hopeful Citrus hildren and five great.grandIhildren. .
ItAt factors is the Increasing Interest Negro
i livelier look to these smart "I" was only 800 in those years." and support of our Survivors Include bis widow,
Funeral services
k they said, "and every student Worker Killed and burial Mrs. Agrandze Welch Crum; a
comfortable suits. If you want ,:', t knew every faculty member alumni. 111 be held In Saginaw. Friends daughter. Mrs. Betty Williams
J u i 1 and visited In their homes." At the association's annual ay call at the Gentry.Morrisonuneral of Sacramento Calif. two
; t Another HeldAUBURNDALEA ;
-t suits that flatter and fit. ; The biggest campus event 3 until 9 grandchildren; his mother Mrs
41 :ome In for free and + of the Lakeland chapter m. today.E .
a friendly during their student days was Fletcher Crum of Bartow; and
t reported that the local unit Is 27-year-ol
\i.; Sdtlt first visit of the late Frank two sisters Mrs. McVsy
the South Carolina Negro citru AUeyne
In active
-
try-on. growing membership
/vS ; .. th Lloyd Wright who came to and is planning a "College worker was shot dead while hand REV. GUY OVENSHIRE of Lake Wales and Mrs. Carmen
The
Rev. M.
design his buildings that have Guy Ovenshire. Jones of Lakeland.
Day" to be held another Negro 'pl'YBdlcl" <
Appreciation
Botany 500 Suits from 65.00'lotamj'SOO last night in the Mmut 9. of 818 Demington St., died Services will be held at 2:30:
,t { : a this year. Maid here. Tiday night at Lakeland Gen- o'clock this afternoon at the

i tI tIC Haven Trinity Tolle, Left Commended Shot quarters once) in the heart with I sal Hospital after a long ill- Whidden Funeral Home chapel,

Corning F. Tolle. directorof J2 Church Revival community and alumni affairs Sammie Lee Carter of Chester .Y., and had been a resident officlatln,. Burial will be In the
f Lakeland
since 1960. Homeland Cemetery.
i at the college and Roy S.c. '
Lott of the admission staff Taken to the county Jan wa' The Rev. Mr. Ovenshire was

Begins TonightWINTER both FSC graduates were Jerry Lewis Poeley. X, fron retired Methodist minister,
another fruit Mending the First Methodist
commended for their successful Mississippi picker Dukes
i iv fund-raising program Deputy Samuel Fennel said I hurch here. He as a member Steen

HAVEN Revival among Florida alumni.T bystander reported the me f the Genessee, N.Y.. Methout -
services at the Trinity Methodist h a association's Distinguished were "only playing" at dice bu Conference and had served Funeral Home
Church. Havendala Boulevardand Alumna Award, a the deputy reported finding a district superintendent of the
Idyrwild Drive, will begin plaque was presented to Miss money as wen as dice lying 01 lornell District In New York;
y err.gl6 tonight with the Rev. Thomas Agnes D. Johnson of Tallahassee the floor at the slaying scent resident of the Retired Meth- 310 S. Florida
P tE Parsons, minister of the Anona dlst
a 1950 graduate. She Posley had not yet made I Ministers' Club: and as
Community Methodist Church of cited for statement about the crime b1 resident of the Wellsvllle,
was a
E+ Largo, as the evangelist.The I field I n 'JvOtr the late last nightInvestigating I .Y.. Rotary Club. He was a Phone MU 2-3123
services will be conducted Florida Education Association along ember of the Sentinel Masonic
each night through Friday; beginning Miss Johnson is a regional nell was Deputy Jim Blake edge of Greenwood N.Y.. and
at 7:30 o'clock. The pastor vice president of the alumni The Inquiry la under the direct f the Bath, N.Y" Grange. ambulance service
ted6yiltoS Ja. of Trinity Methodist Church tion of Lt John Gunter. Ha Is survived by his widow
group.
I. the Rev. Ben Blackburn former
Dr. Carl C. Bracy. presIdent In. Eula B. Ovenshire; a son
assistant Methodist pastor Church of CollegeHeights of of Mount Union College Former State hi l Rev. Lewis F. Ovenshire

Lakeland.The Alliance, Ohio was the speaker oanoke. Va.; a daughter Mrs AMBULANCESERVICE

Rev. Mr. Parsons, a grad Friday night at a dinner Senator Dies Illiam J. Flemmlng. Buffalo
for alumni and of .Y.; five grandchildren and
parents
uate of Duke University, has
t served churches in South Carolina students MIAMI (APFormer Stat even great-grandchildren.
.l ..
as well aa in Daytona Beach "The colleges and universities Sen. Ernest R. Graham a pioneer Funeral services will be held p. hear Peace eel

% and Sanford, In addition to his of our country are not Dade County resident ami .wry sad If elaaishe
$ 'm..a4ox i church at Largo.A isolated Ivory towers of Intel- one-time candidate for govern ,THORMTbrlMEMORIAL. days
program of music featuring lectualism separated from the died Saturday In Doctors i
1 1i different groups is planned. struggles going on In our world Hospital. He was 71. .:HOME-
i today" he said "They playa Graham a native of Cross 'I.n ... .... ...

1 : MEN'S WEAR \\t SHAKESPEARE FIRST vital part In the struggles well, Mich., was a mining engineer ,.... .,. "II$ 417 N. Mess. Ave.
DAR ES SALAAM Tanganyika because the central Issue Is In South Dakota and servec '-- \
Phone
(AP-In this Shakespeare's the struggle for the hearts as a captain In the 309th Engineers <..1.-, ,. I II I MU 6-2113

GROVE PARK DOWNTOWN 400th anniversary year his play and minds of men." in World War I. ___ _
Julius Caesar will be the vehicle The church-related college From 1932 until 19M he oper

OPEN WEEKNIGHTS OPEN FRI. NIGHTS ti for the first Swahili language he added, not only educates In ated Graham's Dairy northweof HEATH FUNERAL CHAPEL
stage production ever. A translation general terms-"It also develops Miami where the family hi Air Ca"I1''' .
'' Ck.pel _
TILL 9:00 9:00' ".*!?
TILL Let
.a by Tanganyika President the conscience of a extensive holdings. He retire 24 HOUR
Julius Nyerem will be staged In student and a sense of com from the dairy business In 1950 AMBULANCE SERVICE
V VG m July at the National Festival bya mitment to eternal values that Graham ran for governor I ii FOSTER I. HEATH, Funeral Director
% high school company. I mark. the whole person." 1944 and received 91,174 votes Ce,. Lime end In9raliam Phone 6820111t

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A Lakeland housewife has I,owners, very much against giving gan, the recalls three years ago lof the honey and the honey- the yard. I can't hang up clothes wants Is an empty back w.II'1 I ROASTVermont
sting problem for that anyone promises who a tries lot of to up the homestead. She reported that while shaking -,makers, and then her problem anymore. I Just want to get rid "I'm desperate to find someone Turkey C
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solve It. Although she has been stung rugs on the back porch of'would really get out of hand of them" who knows how to get rid of With CornbrtW Drul.t. Snow. 8 7
The back wall of her house Is only once, Mrs Anderson says her home she witnessed large "1 have fought them for three '"I've called everyone," she those bees." fled PotafMt Fmh J.... Pees,
full of bees. that going into the back yardis swarm of bees bun in throughthe years," she said "and I get added, "I called the head of I 8lu' b.rrf Muffins, Tee c.....,
the Lakeland Bee Association to ISLAND GRAVEYARDSable .r Coke, D.....*.
cold chills'' time I Into
Mrs Carl Anderson of 1118 E. a trip full of dangers trees and, without hesitation every go
Rose has had the unwanted While hanging up clothes Mrs fly Into I hole In the back I" see if he could get rid of them'1 Island, off the coast of Vi LB. NEW YORK CLUB STEAKS 95c
SAUCER FIRST I On Friday morning a large Nova Scotia,
Is often ,
guests In the wall of her housefor Anderson says that the more of the house They've been there called
three years and all attemptsto reckless honey-makers roar at ever since The first report of a saucer- swarm of bees left the wall and "The Graveyard of the Atlantic"1
remove them have failed. break-neck speeds past the end "'I know that back wall Is full'shaped object In the sky was collected In a nearby tree A because of the ships wrecked on I I I I't
The back wall of the Anderson of her nose, and the more of honey," she said She expressed made In 1947 by Kenneth Arnold neighbor was able to break up the shore The area is about '
friendly a businessman flyer of Boise, the swarm with a water hose 20 squire miles, but the Island
home, even when viewed from a ones bury themselves fear that the wall be- I
in her hair Idaho. Since then similar sightIngs -,but the problem of the wall still is gradually sinking Into the
safe distance, appears to be the ,tween the bedroom and the bees
home of several thousand bees Mrs. Anderson's problem be,would collapse from the weight have been reported by air remains ocean. The only Inhabitants are: SOUTHGATE DOWNTOWN
line and other reliable ob-! Mrs Anderson said that she men the ,..
and all seem to be proud home pilots tending lighthouses a 2637 S. Flo. A 219 E. Main St.
servers from both the air and,knows that aha has a unique life-saving station and t radio
the ground I problem but all she really station. I IOhSL I IJItwL
Sherwood SmithTo r v

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Your Dealer With S.rr'co' Ann gJPetore
Society DriveThe I u I

appointment of Sherwood -
Smith administrator of the
Lakeland General 'Hospital, to on
lead the American Cancer So-, '
ciety's 1964 Crusade In Lakeland
has been announced -


I Society's County Unit Crusade Unit.by Polk the I Back from School Sale i

+ I Chairman, W
[O. Gibson Jr.:
Bartow, I In
I naming the new'
I chairman said'
I that "under the These appliances have been in Polk
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leadership Schools the used
Smith we hopeto mo dellg63 County past year -

educational have our"and most fund successful-raising: ., ,. These or e \aewiwehve only in Home Economics Depart

Crusade ever. like ments. They're Just Like New But
The Crusade begins April 1. ; but fast sell ot treoul
In accepting the top Crusade to
few at
post in this area, the chairman h on1Y 0 to Y
called on everyone "to do his GreatlyREDUCED
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part In the fight against cancer 1, ssvlthis onceSp1.E1 .-
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He noted that the disease c end0um
will eventually strike some 48,-
000,000 Americans now living, a \ Do"f

of according us," he to said present, "either rates.directlyor "All HONEY IN THI WALL-Mr.. Carl .41....., IK I. RM, r c:, PRICES!
Indirectly are destined to be p.inti t. e swarm .f tot that k.v. ..It.. ever the seer veil .( Kir
touched by the suffering caused kern cad *.*. mile kl.. in she space kctwnii Hit ...hld. well
by cancer. Therefore of us end ea inside fedrMHt wall Tile miwtiitoi' htvit |Miti have kMiwcnnlitf .
must unite against the disease" In end cut .f Hi. wall!! for. three yawn sad M.., And....* FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE
The fund-raising aspect of the k.i hew, MtklHi a w.y t*rM ktr.(MUM .l them (Ltifgtr Photo If FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIREAUTO. I
Crusade he said, provides the Hvtchnoii ,ELECTRIC ELECTRIC
support for the Society's programs REFRIGERATOR WASHER DJ4a few

service of research to cancer educationand patients. ., STOP wirryint; ibiut Jour c liiarinif sv i RANGE DRYER

To assure the success of the .. .
'LOOK'Jtanatan"OIillmuf 'Idt! jof.jthji.faL'b -
1964 Crusade he appealed for a : fyejlasj kearini .ere=
record number of volunteers to '
join In the work, of organizingand LISTEN trltr :uiir,' pirfirnunci!' GIANT idoll4t !

conducting the campaign hear better, look better live better 12 LB J1.UJ.dDJL.liRL
He urged those who would like
to serve as volunteers to call Most hearing losses can be corrected ,, TUB!
him S8S-4758.at Crusade Headquarters, with Sonotone's terrific new eyeglass i ytgwe ; .cn

"It is through cooperation hearing aid, the TH1NLINE A transistor -I IFPDS ra
and personal effort that this hearing aid is built into Sonotonc'sslimmest. =
disease will be conquered" he lightest temples. Fits wom D-20-61
said. "And by working together en's men's eyeglass fronts for stylish -14T-6e WCD-6) on'L wait e Big 40" range
we can make the 1964Crul.de hearing seeing. The THINLjNE is so N* Mmtbif .v.r I Seeks w..kn-.!) e Famous pull 'n clean
the belt year yet in e tOO-lfc. sin con h.es.e .utomatksllyAutomata oven
Lakeland." good looking your family and friends a I.tr. 4.., ,terse.S a ; Lint MmcvilS lIwJ'llrpL a Cook-Matter oven ODAS2Iicluilr heat
will admire your choice. / atSaiSIOTONE- r Twin lydr.l.rs Spins sloshes eases dry control e C Set ...*411 flawbif N dry
CHANGED BUSINESS e Speed-heat surface .ny f. .I. t.utifully
$289.95Only at e Lint .e.... .* dew
Responding to major popula- Reg. $389.95 Reg. unitReg.
tion shifts in the United States $299.95 Sp.clalOnly
after 1925, large mall order companies ,
established hundreds of 217 EAST LEMON ST. LAKELAND 288 $210 .6.UlJlIJJl jJJt<<:JlJ. 208 $128Frigidaire ,
retail stores throughout the Only Only
country and by mldcentury, re- IATTUIIS FOR ALL NEARING AIDS
tail sales exceeded those of mail I

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J7.A LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March IS, SKI Astronauts
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Dart Game
Operator 'Frozen Woman' FullyRecovered


Nabbed As FugitiveWINTER Practicing


BUY ILSELL ITRADEIESTATE HAVEN-A concession said, who were assisted by Win- From Ordeal With Gemini J

lUnd operator at the FlorIda ter Haven Police, Clark was operating .
Citrus Exposition waj arrested a dart game stand on
here Friday night by the midway at the expositionhere. TULSA, Okla (AP) Mrs She was found 13 hours later In Mrs. Adams' heart stopped! By HAROLD R. WILLIAMS

agents of the Federal Bureau of Marie Stella Adams Is scheduled 33-degree weather. It did not In the Chicago case Associated tress Writer 0

DIAMOND WEDDING BAND Investigation and officers of the. Santolani 1 reported that to leave a Tulsa Hospital Doctors couldn't detect a Mrs. Adams had] no frost bite I HOUSTON (AP) Three astronauts
Winter Haven Police Department Clark's usual occupations are today, Just a week after the heart beat even with an electrocardiograph took several dunklngs
and her body was not actually
in the Gulf of Mexico this week
I that of a welder and a truck tart of an ordeal which Inscribed .
6 DIAMONDS Joseph S. Santolana Jr. special driver. her name In medical frozen, as in the Chicago case but what they learned may
But the Intern on duty, Dr
SET IN PLATINUM agent In charge of the Tampa Clark was placed In the city history Joe Roberts, began closed-chest Both Legs Lost I save their lives some day

$6 5 Division of the FBI, announced jail In Lakeland to await the; The year-old Tulsa wom.nrecovered heart Massage He kept It up Mrs Stevens lost both legs Using a copy of the Gemini
MOUNTINGVERY that Loney Clark, 42, of arrival of a U.S. marshal from fully after her body for two hours. An electrical space capsule, astronauts Nell
O Georgia, was arrested on a federal Tampa, who was to have transported 'temperature dropped 31 or more' heart stimulator took over for and parts of both hands due to A. Armstrong, Lt. Cmdr. James '
FINE QUALITY warrant charging him with him to Tampa to ..ppe.r'before 'degrees below normal him until Mrs Adams' heart frost bite and gangrene !A. Lovell Jr. and Maj. Thomas
fleeing from Georgia to avoid commissioner I P. Stafford Tuesday being
the U.S. I Specialists who examined Mrs. spent
Mrs Adams appeared dead finally began beating again
.
prosecution for the crime of larceny shut in and the
HUNDREDS OF DIAMONDS Clark will be released to Adams found "no remarkable leaving
AT DISCOUNT PRICES after trust Clark had allegedly Georgia authorities to be returned when police brought her to Hill- Twice doctors Jabbed! adrenalin changes' In her brain or heart capsule some five miles at sea
ALL crest Medical Center last Monday
Into the heart to stimulate
I misappropriated prop-- there for trial. from the ordeal. Tests were made with and
erty belonging to an employer at It. They cut into her throat to Even tingling In her fingers, without a flotation collar, which

Feadertown Ga, last summer Limbs Stiff j assist breathing Heating devices -(which she felt for a day or so, resembles a rubber raft and 1s
of hit 6DayOldBoy were used to warm her
the time
At apprehension has disappeared now, her doctor inflated around the capsule by
She was not breathing. Her
by_ FBI agents_ Santoiana_ body, said, and "she is normal as rescue teams parachuted into
Has Only limbs were stiff from cold. She] Her temperature was X61 de-
had no heartbeat. far as we can tell" the ocean after a space trip
grees, compared to a normal ends
AIAwAr SINUS SUFfERERS Tooth Pulled But seven hours later she was 98, an hour and a half after she
DIAMONDS LU66A6EI I alive, conscious and had a nor reached the hospital Doctors Collar Lack Big Problem i
TRY OUR SALT LAKE CITY APIf mal body temperature estimated It at 59.5 on arrival Florida City Tests without the collar were
SUPER COLD CAPSULESWith he could talk. Michael Board- Saturday she seemed fully re- considered the most important
Similar Case FoundIn
man might yell. "Look Ma, no covered, her doctor reported Officers HearCandidates because It Is here that an emergency

Iritis I Fut lnfr.dl.nHT Rcnsf :cavities" He might also say, She recovered although she a similar case, Dorothy would exist on a real

N* StoiMch u,.... "Look, Ma, no teeth" was without normal heart beat Mae Stevens, 23, had a temperature flight if the astronauts had to
I I Michael was born .Ix days for about two hours and without of 644 about 90 minutes abandon the capsule before the O
12 Capsules 9Jc ago with a single tooth protruding any heart action for perhaps after she was taken to a Chi collar was secured

BOOST' YOUR BUSINESS PROFITSWITH from his gums 10 minutes cago hospital virtually frozen By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Gemini spacecraft will 1
FLORIDA PHARMACY But the tooth was loose Doctors stiff Feb. 8, 1951 Her temperature Candidates for of lam a Its side with the two :J
No Heart Beat Found governor
HARo.H tTING.; LEDGER CLASSIFIED ADS. til N. M.... Ave feared ha might swallowIt on arrival was put at 60.8. Florida made a major pitch Sat hatches facing up, which is J
Loh.II, ".. so a dentist extracted It frI. Mrs. Adams left her husband But there are Important dif unlike the Mercury capsule ,
PHONE MU 6.1151 NOW TO PLACE YOUR AD. urday for the support of city officials -
[ [ which landed and floated on its
from throughout the state
ferences.MONDAY cone-shaped bottom, lookinglike
commissioners
Mayors, city
1 a big cork.
and other local officials who are
The capsule was lowered over :
SHOP AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.Ml., LAKELAND often political powers on their the side of the manned spacecraft '
home grounds were bunched
up '
centers converted land-
.it Orlando for a League of Mu.
Ing ship, the Retriever, and allowed
nlclpalities meeting, and most of
to drift about 100 feet
the candidates for
governor from the vessel with two astronauts
benched up right along with sealed inside

"--._ them. It was held by a line attachedto
Burns of Jacksonville .
Haydon
Mayor
the ship, although the rope
told the officials
city slack the
was left so capsule
that he as governor would seekto could roll and pitch with the,
give municipalities greater movement of the water.

powers of self government The spacecraft used In the.

rtR qr v. lk. Kelly Pledges DepartmentCities tests is the same shape, weight
yk. W and size as the Gemini
spacecraft -
he said, 'must have
but it doesn't hold the intruments .
regulatory powers beyond the .
I city limits to protect against air
BROTHERS The capsule's center of gravity
and have
and stream pollution
was deliberately tipped to
exclutlvcly our! control of wells to protect and it
." give greater maneuverabilityin
control water sources
A magnificently styled and finished Sen. Scott of Lakeland, returning to earth, but the
spinet piano priced Kelly tilting also caused the capsule

unusually low! a former mayor pledged to the to list to the right side in water
city officials to organize a state
.
I compare ot $695 department of municipal affairs Because of this tilt, the astronauts -
He said he was strongly
with three engineers were
; I $4i J opposed to a federal urban affairs developing a training technique
I
but felt that
department of how to escape from the capsule
Trtditnn) Mylt, I I" cherry, wclnvt r ",.(i.f.p finish the cities deserve aid at the state without the flotation collar

You can pay more for a piano_ but you'won't find more level.Fred Karl of Daytona Beach taught The technique the other astronauts will be later

t quality ot this low, low pricel I took advantage of his visit with More Water Taken
the municipal( officials to also
e A beautiful with fast The right section of the capsule
d spinet repetition action and full 88 note open his Orange County cam was found also to take more

keyboard paign headquarters In Orlando. water In the Instrument bays
f He told a group of his supporters around
the
e 15 manufacturer's capsule, adding to
year warrpnty
"I .m confident that I will I the list.

e Matching benches =also available be Florida next governor" I With both hatches open the ,

: Fred O. Dickinson of West right side let water slop la the
e French provincial style In fruitwood finish also available at Palm Beach told the city offl spacecraft, while the left side
$599 dais that a bond Issue of 1300 rode high and dry

million to $345 million should be The technique I developed

authorized to build primary which is still being worked on,
highways in cities and counties is for the astronaut on the left
He said It could be backed by side to open his hatch and for
the seventh cent of the state gasoline him to go out.

tax.Counties. The right hatch door Is left

Now Get Funds closed and the astronaut on
-l lI that side slides across the con
The revenue from this penny trol panel and goes out the left-
last 3 days to save! per'gallon part of the seven side The first man out aits

cents-per'gallon gasoline levy atop the capsule to give it balance .
Color Festivaldeluxe I I Pt iTf now is spent by counties forhlghw.y while the other man climbsto
Frigidaire rights of way and other safety Then they slip Into

purposes: their rubber rafts or drop into
14 cu. ft. FROST-PROOF Sen. John Mathews of Jack-
the sea and then climb aboardthe
refngerotor-frtexer sonville issued what he called a raft

YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS: Moyfolr Pink- 21-point program, In place outlinedin of at When the flotation collar is
I platform. The program secured around the
capsule,
Aztec Copper Sunny Yellow Turquoise brief his stand on such mat both hatches sit well above the

White t. ters as governmental philosophy, water and there Is no trouble
I state finances, tourism, agriculture for either man to leave by his'

specially priced $338 and so on. own hatch without getting his
Miami Mayor Robert King feet wet.
(Ino trod. necessary) u ,t r High told a University of Florida Astronauts have been practicing -

e Your choice of colon or wh te the price Is the group at Gainesville Saturday getting in and out of the
night that the state should set
sums capsule at a huge tank at Ellington
I I stricter policies for handling Air Force Base This
e No frost or defrosting .vtr, In refrigerator or freezer
n'. public money. was the first time the tests had
sections I I1ui1nt He said the state had $24 mil- been under actual sea conditions -
lion in banks for which no Inter-
e 100-lb capacity freezer comportment with Ice troy .
shelf est was being paid. Miami, by The astronauts were dressed

placing surplus funds In Inter- in Gemini space training suits,
e Full-width, full.depth, fully usable square cornered est.bearing accounts received but without helmets The suits

shelves $760,000 In one year, he said are designed for some buoy.

ancy, although the suits did
SPECIAL BONUSWith LOW WATER leak water someplace, a spokesman .

urrhu> .( thll r,fr > rtnr Inan wrrl,, it tLUuspring I The Jordan River in Palestineflows said
no tr.ch. .0' FLIP:QUI :K" ICs CUBS EJECTORih.t almost entirely below sea Future tests
flit tor ... are scheduled for
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Lakeland's Tax RolIHodgePodge Of FiguresContinued r Flippo. Heads Citrus Committee


( From Page 2-A) C. C. Plummer i.680 WINTER HAVEN-Robert D. Flippo succeeds Reid Jensen,
520 Sarah H. Palmore J.S7J tM H. H. Anderson 170 580
of
I. Land ft Mtg. Co 1,340 ** J. A. Wright 4.440 2.160 Jet Associates 4.700 1.9411 E. V. Reed Inc. 1,350 500 "llppo, president of Golden Gem general Product,manager Inc., of Fort TreeSweet Pierce
:. E. McNeil 2,160 l.wg Travis W. Allen 4,940 2,240 Jet Associates 2.890 1.000 Clarence A. Anderson 1160; ,100 Growers of Umatillo was and the chairman of Florida
p. T. DiCfsare 1.880 740 Mrs. A. J. Eaton 2.070 500 W C. Bauder 2,070 600 elected the new chairman of Canner't Association.
ether M. Sasse
4,740 2,300 Aubry L Harper 4,380 1,260 Ralph B. Hanahan 2,690 8811 T. A. Blessing 1t30 620 he Florida citrus Induitry'i
,ewis Robert Jr. 2,780en 1,000 Irene Fleming 3,020 1360 Margaret D. Sexton 2,840 t40 C. E. Lowery 1.810 620 I Concentrate Quality Committee Tusks of frozen mammoths
L. Berryman 12,080 1,500 S. W. Whit 2.Z10 1,080 Herbert Goodson 1,900G. 500 J. Q. Scarborough 2m 800 : It a meeting here at the Florida found In Siberia are to well
obert Z. Johnston 3,450 960 Henry Galloway 2,600 780 W. Thomas 3,030 760 W M. McDermott U70 820 Canners Association building preserved that they still can
'. T. Morrison 2,770 1,360 Floyd B. Mlms U70 4,160 C. G. Hammond 1.800 500 S. J. BaHett 1,830< 620 Friday afternoon. be. used_!Industrially __ _
oho P. Williams 2,450 1,200 Ivory Lee Adams 4,920 1,800 R. W. Lowe 1,020C. SOO C B. Hewett 1,1170 620 I
/erden T. Billet 44,600 19.800 Mr C. B. Bailey U30 980 C. Meloy 6,390 3,160 Robert L Nolen 2,290 960
& TV
losile E. Smith S.7SO 2.680 Polk Nat. Farm Loan Assoc. 14,940 5,500 J. 1. Jarvis 1,020 500 Elco. Inv. Co. 1.900 800 : NANCE'S R
ames T. Matthews 7,370 3.400 Fla. Land ft Mtf Co. 4040 1.500 Rebecca W. Bronson 2.880 1,360 Paul Simon 1,900 800 NVService
', L. Davis 7,770 2,300 Suburban Rulane Gas Co. 1,160 1.200 James R. Dry 1,900 860 paul Simon 2.000 800 i
udrey Benton 1,280 600 City Product Corp. 1.1140W0: Alice B. Key '1.900 too Cieo. A. Hayward UM 600 I -
:one Davis 1,300 2,500 Panchetta Smith 2920 1.100 Bill Bridges 1.400 700 C. Eo Lowery 2.110 700 ; TV 0 STEREO 0 RADIO COLOR TV
nnle Mae Franklin 1,620 680 Mrs Max Fennemaa 5,550 2440 Jack Matthews 2,.20 1.000 C. Eo Lowery 2,000 too Complete Line ot Motorola
nnle Lou Ivey 36,150 16,110 Joseph DiCesare 7,590 3,260 P. D. Stephens 1,430 500 I.ouise G Chiles 2.860 1,300 Home Entertainment Equipment
ivannah Howard 1,280 600 Eunie Morris 2,300 1060 J. S. Welsh 2.160 600 Jesse G. Cilium .1,290 460 I 102 W. LEMON UKIUNO 682-4443
rs. Besile Clover 3,850 1,780 John W. Baker Jr. 2,580 1,240 Wm. Novak 1,980 760 A. F. Bill' 1,080 460
ra. Bessie Clover 1.180 (40 M. G Bassford 5930 2,740 '

eve Kolek 1.340: 2.000 M. L McHenry 5820 1.840 \.. :,;: ,, ". i\\ 1 : .. s .' ':'*" : *&,,,\ g-\I "' : {
S. Habel 1,920 560 H. H. Brower 1,800 460 j\ p ."
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S. Habel 1.800 500 Garry E. Phillips 5580 2.280 ,, ... \ : : : ",' :; : : ."r: 'I
S. Habel 1,850 500 Geo E. Schmid 1.760 MO ; t'
arry Ensley 16.760 S.100 E. D. Nelson JMO 1,680 ;\
ax J. A Lottie Sellg 3,470 740 City Products Corp. 136150 5.800 "
on Harpole 2,650A. 140 (On the \
city roll $84.400 of the City ?
Brunson 3,020 740 ucts valuation 'I. carried on the personal
W, Barlow 3.640 l-rr?
prouerty role. Tax Assessor George BOlo
J. Tolson 1,990 2.7211 well said that he did not know why that
:o Giannini 12,280 ainn. this was the setup when he took over as
B. McKinney 5,330: 2,300 tax asaessor One listing for the Trunarco
keland Ford Co. 15.280 7,360 Corp. It carried the same way as la the
E. HOllY 5,500 2.420 warehouse building! owned by Hurry Blumi NEED A HOME I LOAN ?
2,530 1.000
Kaplan
berg near the new police buiMtae..)
1m J. Ready Jr. 3,240 A Guy Lena Kester 1.800 S.W10
Hopkins 2.580 1,000 W. B. Baker 32.200,, R000
A0 B. Clark 2,930 l.MO Bobble Mullls 3.21O! 1,000
8H. Hutchman 1.220 500 Thomas W Hook 2.1411:100: Go I to I a Specialist
Ellis 4,950 2.260 Joe it: Rosa Vans 31RO 2.100
Intolnette Morris 1,220 500 Geo. W. Brennan 2970 1200
RJ R. Mason 1.220 500 Isom 0 Walker, 3.020 1,500
M.... Louise W. Cason 3,690 1.5M L J. Ambrose 1,880 940
Mrs. Louise W. Cason 1.120 500 David A. Lesnett 2,410 640 GO TO FIRST FEDERALImportant I
Rene Carter 1.420 700 Cement Products A: Supply 6.920 2.800
Standard Spray & Supply 75,160 31,000 Nettie L. Adderly 1.580 280
[ CtcU Joiner 2,780 1.200 Lula Washington Est. 1,200 500
|'limes Paul 3,870 1,860 M. D. Oatea 'J.270 300
[Mary J. T. Julian 4,550 440 Dr. G. M. Bush 1.370 560
|,Sally F. Brown 2.620 1,240 Sylvia J. Woodson 1.260 600
Sarah M. McAllistert. 1,580 700 Mrs. J. H. Race 1,260 600
K. Brlnsoa 1.090/ 500 J. R. Drlggen 2,770 1,320 Message for Every Home
toes Davis 2.030 400 Mary E. Webster 3810 1.320 Sec tSS
Mildred Dean 1,520 720 Sam Johnson 1,780 800
IT. L. Bryant 1.370 560 Sargeant Citrus Products 15.180 7.500
[Annie Mae Franklin 2,200 880 Annie Lou Ivey 12.950 2,900 in the Lakeland Area
[Grant Zeigler 2.270 740 Ray J. Becker 10810 4100 Buyer ., };
Eddie Albert 3.430 1,500 Dan M. Weatherford 10.380 2.080
1.330 500 John W. Weatherford 3,780 680 .Jt!_, '
T L. Bryant ," ,8* '
9,500Ardles 4.340 L. L. Fraser Jr. 12.540 3.280 '
B. E. Treaner "
Battle 3,710 1,500 David E. Werner 1,730 700 If you need specialized service < ; you your own home. Our reason for existenceis "' '

Adelaide McDonald '.500 2,500 D. S. Hornsby 1910 840 consult a specialist. When you need that'simple and that IMPORTANT. .'
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Co. of Fla 8,350 760 M. J. Powell 2,570 1.000
Georgia Packing home loan, It will you to do likewise .
pay
Adelaide S. McDonald 8.650 4,200 Lakeside Hills Const. Co. 3,020 500 Federal.'t"! We ,have been financing homes in theLolteland'Area ,, .';'j
Homer D. Young 6,300 3,080 (This company has more than JO lots In Go to First k
since 1934. More
G. W. Williamson 12.590 6,120 the Lake Bonnet area. City assessments ever
A. L Revels 7.940 3,800 are only a fraction of the county's valua- Wt are a specialized financial institution than 8,000 homes in Citrus land have

James W. Dunn 5,680 1,500 tion on all of this property.) 780 dedicated to your progress. We ore been financed with First Federal Horn
Hale 1,690 700 Albert 0. Meir 2,720
1. L.
Eugene Snead 2640 300 D. S. Hornsby 3,160 800 In business to help you save and own loans totaling over $62,000,000.famous .

Lucelle Williams 2,230 680 Ann W. Spell 1,620 700 \ .'
M. WilleU l 1.860 600 ..:
Halite E. McGianes 2.310 900 lone .loo: .

Nancy Loledia C Washington Hunter 1.780 1,410 560 740 J.H. B.W.Hyden Smith 1,850 1.860 800 500 When r you need a home ,, g'orto' a specialist. GO TO FIRST" FEDERALJ. '

Perry Rlsher 1.490 600 S. B. Gordon 4.050 1,500
I Victoria McClary 1.820 900 S. B. Gordon \f,. 1.880 800 I I /
1.830 800 Gordon Bros. 1,460 600
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H. D. Hayes ,


i Sertoma Club To Hear : HEMORRHOIDSI I / / SAVINGS AND LOAN 30.th

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Fissures, Fistulas ond FIRS' ,
I Strike CommandOfficerI I other Reetel I Diseases I II .cT 'ASSOCIATIONDOWNTOWN ANNIVERSARY
I successfully treated byNONSURGICAL :
Col. Melvin lain, chief of the Airborne Regiment FL 137! 13GI
policy division of the U.S. Bragg; chief of staff of the methods. : Orange Street at Tennessee \

Strike Command's Plans DIrectorate 101st Airborne Division, Ft NO LOSS OF TIM CROVE PARK Crystal Lake Drive at Meadowbrook
I (J-5), MacDIll Air Campbell, Ky., commanding
Force Base Tampa, will be officer of the 187th Airborne DR. EARLE RABB
Battle Group, Ft Campbell, I CLINIC N.D.
speaker at Lakeland Sertoma and operations chief of the Sev- I PII. CV S-42M Winter N_
Club's annual freedom program I enth U. S. Army In Germany. .
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The annual program will be I
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presented to students of Lake- SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND .
land Senior High School during I

Florida an assembly Rep. Lawton at 10 o'clock.Chiles save now .ois towels, blankets and bedspreads \ .

will Introduce lain to the students ',
and Quillian Yancey
candidate for the state Senate, )

will present copies of the Declaration "
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of Independence to t '
seniors. 1t
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Air Arrival Set M
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Zals will arrive at the high I
school by helicopter at about ,(.'" 1 ) i .,: .

10 o'clock the morning of the '..' .1 ; :.
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aisembly. '01. I' '". /1It, If i': .

With his present command w 4 ; .. '

since July 13, 1962 Zals joinedthe ""t !1, t 1?"V' BROTHERS I'

Army In 1917. A master 4.: '_ r. ....,j,,.., I'
5Ftt
parachutist, he was a parachute ,.
battalion commander in :
lil filIal
Europe during World War II ''
and was a member of the 1.

country's original parachute clearance"Cabin
battalion the Mist. r
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Since World War U. Zals has

| served M operations chief A. Crafts"becJspreacJsl
with the 82nd Airborne Division 4

at FL Bragg, N. c.; commanding -
officer of the 505th

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comport at 9,98 13.98 I

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Tropicona Rose" print both towel
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twin: else only

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so hurry. Many styles to select
e Beautiful rose pattern printed on thick Mortex terry towelsin
delightful combinations of petal pink, antique gold and from I Select limited group of Cabin Crafts washable 100% cotton: blankets perfect .cJry
robin blue.Matching ./ '
bedspreads, compare at 19.98 cover for summer, adds warmth In winter under light cover. ,

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Wash Cloth, specially: priced . . 47c i\

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1 IO-A LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March 15._IM4

t loA' PUBLIC NOTICE

$: Th. L.....m" "."..1". end. Zonlxfl Ioor4 will holdPyklt e Lakeland High Band To CelebrateLakeland
Hoorlni .t 1:10 ,.m., Th.......,, March 19, "6.. In the
City Commlitioil Room, City Ho.ll Lo..'....., ".,101., to rasa Commerce Notes'
: fide. Mi* followtnt Ite", ..
I [ High School Band'iVictory lor High School, and Morris .
I. llcaimt to M.nN. Mm nnlfentlal A I .) to -". .... ,.
I' R.N.ntla M I (multiKl family ratiino N.-Sfiaten' Laba Celebration Concert, to Lakeland School
and a {Iwtfc t. f .. Zipprer High
iltfr. *! ol part af Mlv roauMivitian By JOHN M. BRYSON worked so hard to make
leeiiM at pie s cornar of Claranoan Avanuo anderv.bl
be held at Brangcomb Memorial
Laho OHWt. principal. They will perform InMoz.rt' General this such aa enjoyable affair
ManagerThe
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uMt to from e.a. (fCommwolal to 0 > (Com.nwvial
) nnlno' clatatfiMtiah. tot 1-4 and t 12 .(.eh t Auditorium at Florida Toy Symphony largest crowd ever ai most It not all of
\ N family Moroan) to O.tuMlvulom.I Commercial and) to...,...,,*|MM tram,tleatian/ M.I L liwltiala.b .... Southern College March 23. will Climax 01 Drive some 80 Tiger players scouts, them were listed last week,
,.
alert' ti and NN BlMfe a af Moro.n' uMivlo>on Tk do want to
pr Mrvit located Ww an Parliw and Maanollo. .-.. feature five distinguished guest coaches managers and press, but we express
and.. eNwNn Iner.h.m and MsN ....,_. artists It was announced tod.yby The Victory Celebration Concert > w our thanks again to them
I radio and TV
I a. R iwri to eh.nNwnl. ftMioanUat I INMb family to representativesand
MMiovntial ,M I .(ImullrNeamrlr) onini ....." ,.*...". Lot Walter Lawlng president of culminates our city-wide all. This Is a day which Is
> and I. "l c> an* tato' 1 and I Hack. D. of Ttmali Park -- almost that number of
I ; ,.........,,..,.,T....._(taM krtwon MI .... .af ttia lh ACL. .Railroad..... ReM ond ftchaol. The guest artists will include of the Dreadnaught band during had rousI Tiger friends and contributes -
i d The public I. Invited. to ..proM tholr vi.ws! .. Him.otpoctMly Lakeland Mayor Harold Griz- its log good time substantially to the
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to Washington next
trip
I zard, Miss between
i k.Ma. Catherine Craig at the Cham[ cordial relations
.u..ltto.. Latin teacher at the high month to participate In the National < ber's annual! the ball club and Lakeland.
\ ARNOLD W. MATTHIWS school; Mrs. Thelma Kelli, vice I' Cherry Blossom Festival t Tiger barbecue! *

lokolond Secretary' Phnnint. end. Z..I... loord, cert president Association of the ;Lakeland John Scott Con ", Lowing said .. tA Thursday eve ] Clyde Martin did such a
We plan to reserve I special ning. good job In his presentationto
I band director at Southwest Jun-
section .for.- -all-- persona .and..- Earlier that! the National Affairs com
firma who helped out in our day, Cleveland mittee Wednesday morningthat
I und drive as contributors ($5- bn Heights! the unanimous passageof
\ $10 donations), boosters $10- Golf Club was Shirley Hunt's resolution
$35), sponsors $331100) and the scene of was almost an anti-climax.
atrons $100 or more). At the our annual BRYSON Briefly, II condemns the
I -k!! door we will have two special r Tiger Golf Tournament. violence accompanying the
reserved seat tickets for each Catcher Bill Freshen won the strike against the Florida
contributor: ; three for each plaque for active players with East Coast Railroad and
booster; and four for each spon- a one-over-par 73 and belted calls on law enforcement
I
tt1llct nor. ,Patrons will receive their fy I 295-yard drive to take the agencies at all levels to apprehend
special guest tickets In the t i ,y driving contest honors. Scout those guilty and
mail. Bernie deVlvieros turned Inan put a slop to It.
Concert tickets for the general 81 to haul down the plaqueIn Copies were sent to President
public are available from the manager-coach-scout di Johnson Labor Secretary .
any band member and will cost vision and 83 also took the Wirtz Governor Bryant
$150 for reserved seats; $1 for plaque for Bob Scheffing, for and the sheriffs of the counties
: general admission; and 50 cents mer manager turned broad along Florida's east
I for student tickets. This will bethe caster, of the press contingent coast.
main money-raising project The committee also heard
01 Dreadnaught band members Thanks to the work of an with Interest Dudley Towne's
\ during the Cherry Blossom excellent committee and the resume of the U.S. Chamber
und drive. generosity of many Lakeland Aircade proceedings In Miami
Individuals and firms and I so much in fact, that
A-l RADIO number of sporting goods we plan to conduct a similar
companies, every one of the 2Vi\ -hour program here In order
I TV SERVICE ItIHIARSING-Mlu Cothorlm Craig" ./ the Lokolond, Senior 57 entrants took home at least to multiply the benefits

) ..._ N. .._. Owner Nigh School faulty Nh..", for hot part 'Ia Hi* school .oit.."t one prize ranging from a $45 of the project. We will soon
) TRIP TO NASSAU S.. .u III 3..u.a "MIb''n. It.MY a.un victory sewer,. Miss Cralf to .... of several sued ortntt wh. will golf bag to a couple of balls. announce a date for this session
.N.I, We won't the which will be open to
a e.a.M..I.n. ,.rt-. (Ledger Photo ly Porklni) repeat
\ names of all those who the public and committee
I members from our. seighhor.
Ing Ch.mbe.-.


FOR TWO PLUS A America* Cyanamld's*

second class la the nine
week Action Course Practical
i
Politics starts tomorrow
night, and we've been
asked by General Telephoneto
assist their first class
$250. Wardrobe beginning next month In
their. various division offices. -

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With all the expansion out
on the boulevard and other

outlying areas It's gratifying .
"' to note downtown Improvements -

1't Features New Philco-Bendix Undertow such as the new marquee
L. ( Agitator on the Todd McK.yBuilding
and the most attractive
Which operates 6 to 10 times faster than alteration of the old

'1 blade agitators and washes cleaner! Munn Building at 108 South
Kentucky recently purchasedby
'.t c :: GUARANTEED Kendall Tolle and Emory

Prac s Walker. On top of that,, of
ONLY z ( course Is the new Peoples
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OJ Bank which will soon open. I
sneaked In the other morning
i : I and can only say "Wowl"
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Incidentally, building per-
$1888wo puts In the city totaled
$871,000 through Februarymore -
than 22 per cent
/ above last year to'dale

'
l Fourteen early birds Including
a.YEAII GUAIIANTEI AT THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES the safety directors

rhlMe /e..r.w.. ::'.laer r.nhe V e.wMwr IrN *Bl' t2 Ib. rapacity cleans of phosphate companies In department the
.. fire and police
.. and
rNnN N to..=are.rvtieW 7 ihKii in urns\load. area
INNetlIM enA officials who showed
MM eM.M W anNhwl N N.Mn *4 automatic cycle, speeds
Zim Zim-
drKa. le N-NMI N eNIrrMMhrarno. up for Chairman
:;:rr1uI., .. NNNIea H.rM ""'".mo. .OOK: *Color coded ring!. knob control; mermann's Safety Committee
easy to tct for any fahncC Thursday morning planned
I Sway Ati.Spin Rinot.(;tatel M it various traffic and fire safety
rise, ml away; Imp wash cleui I projects. Research on the
I *Automatic water saner traffic problem at Grove
Park was reported, Captain
Frank Hustin of the Lakeland
o Police Department presented
OURIER blueprints showing de-acceleration -
entrances to the new
W.131 shopping complex on East
Memorial Boulevard; and
proposed traffic control devices -

WATCH FOR discussed.and left turn slots were

Captain Kenneth Petersonof
8.lb. capacity the Lakeland Fire Department
E.tra-action agitator $12888 presented an Illustrated
THE DOWNTOWNMYSTERY Instant.wloooufety program designed for civic
wringer club showing on the subject
Whit porcelain tubCOMBINATION ; of fire safety in multi-story
I buildings. The committee will
16" Overall also act as host.sponsor for
OFFER \
Diag. Scr.en I a meeting of officers of approximately
SHOPPERSHE Philco Wringer Washer I 125 local organ
buttons 7.30
this
at coming
General Electric Steam Iron I
Wednesday night.
Case Tide Detergent *

Adjustable Ironing Board The Ridge Orchid Socl-

MAY GIVE YOU THE Pad and Cover Set cry's 2nd annual exhibit la
Eaty-to-carry be.held In the Florida Na.
weighs UM than 25 Ibt. tonal Bank from 1 to I p.m.
WINNING TICKET Out-front sound and control. March 21-22 Is expected tattract .
gardeners and now-
AII/OIONlr $13995 Philca Cool Challis for longer TV lift.Contemporary er lovers from a wide area.

An ambitious program for

MYSTERY SHOPPER WILL GIVE TICKETS a paw.mealrrwre arts Joe Ruthven's committee Private was adopted Aviation

ONLY IN I at Its meeting In the Chamber
YOUR DOWNTOWN STORES
11 I board room at 4 o'clock
I Wednesday afternoon. It Includes
hosting a repeat fly.
i in on May 27 by the Grass

THROUGH FRIDAY MARCH 20th I hoppers of women state-wide fliers organization sponsorship .. I

It of a weekly free ground ,
t $1999T I school beginning tentativelyon
April 6 and considerationof
$2388/T NIICO J -"W4 a fly-over to West End In I

Drawing For The Winning: Ticket ;f ,Iwoa1M cabinet finished to match walnut the Present Bahamas.
furnitureBlg 23-inch Vivid Viaion picture were Ruthven,
Automatic Deluu Dairy Bar Frteser atorM 92 i (overall diat measurement). Patented Cool George Rudolph. Walter, Hill
Will Be At 9 P.M., I defrosting Storage Door Iho. of frown food. l gT? "...te TV heat and le..ath"TV !lifo: I Jack Lyonal.Men e>. Co-chairman

lindsey, Dun EmerSS"V -
I Roney Slanu and Bobo
Saturday, March 21st 1Q I Others who have vol-
unteered for Important job
In assignments are Don Evans
Munn Park Q NO Run Davis Wynn Sliver
Charlie Johnson and Lea and
I Johnny Roberts.

[ MOST STORESOPENMON.&FRI. : + rte where your dollar buys MILES more DOWN All In all* this* *has been t
1 I
..aaow PAYMENT most productive though hec
tic week. I believe

TIL 9 T 202 N. Mass. Arc. MU 64153W TH ber fair to or point prospective out to any It's member memo only I,

TRADE that he can find In our overall I
program at least one and
Lakeland probably seven activities In
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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March IS, ISM 11-A

Kelly Lays Stress

'y 'Goldwater Backer Claims


On Education Needs ,Lodge Seeking To Make


Major Talk To
I The realization that I capacity problem" those student who I Congress

1r for learning and I foundation leave school before graduation
DALLAS 11I-Robert Morris the Republican presidential:
for higher education I is achievedin
and the unemployment problem
grades one through 12 has I told Goldwater supporters here nomination."
It He said his administration
creates. -
guided him In his support of today that Ambassador Henry Morris la .. former counselfor
Florlda'i education will combat dropout
public
sys- Cabot Lodge Is maneuvering to the Senate Internal security
tern. Sen. Scott Kelly told Polk and unemployment by establishing
be fired from his job In Vie) subcommittee.
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County ichool teachers ywter- vocational and technical
Late John Calvin Deserves ,day. Nam and 1* asking Republican DOWNTOWN SOUTHGATE
training schools so that all students -
Tribute For Work On The official in Washington to arrange -
Fitting Schools candidate
I gubernatorial will be qualified for a 219 E. Main St. 2637 S. Florida Avo.
Malcolm
'and Mr Kelly of X Favors
were guests for him to address a joint
By RONNIE STUART tin described at a danger to honor at a reception at the place In industry. session of Congress I I
Ledger Staff Writer person who might fall Lakeland Yacht Club. Hosts The Lakelander declared that
Morris made his statement tc Arms For
BARTOW Last Wednesday were a group of educators and teachers will not find it necessary NegroesNEW MU 2-7756 MU 6-4159
1 the school board wa laymen from all parts of the to take time away from a gathering of Goldwater supporter -
faced with the task of replacing ACTIVITY on the political county. their Jobs to deal with the gov In the Dallas County YORK (AP-Malcolm)
the late John Calvin front I I. expected to pick up Preparation Stressed ernor's office on educational Morris for Senator headquarter X. the Negro nationalist leader I
who worked a* bard for the after Wednesday when the matters. He said that when before attending the open- who I* a caustic critic of nonviolent
betterment of., Democratic Executive Com- "We must look to the qualityof elected he will cooperate with Ing of the Texas Goldwater for protest, says "It Is''i ,
schools
Polk County's! mittee It scheduled to meetto our public If our students the Florida Education Assocla President headquarter criminal to teach a man not to
schools as any? discus political rallies art for to be properly prepared tlon and the Classroom Teach Morris a candidate for the defend himself while under at

person the t, Commissioners began last Kelly aald higher education era Association on education Text GOP senatorial nomination tack. SALE GOOD SUNDAY & MONDAY
county has| week the massive job of find- lated matters. Hid Goldwater supporters He told a news conference In
known. ing voting places for the coun- He Mid that a* governor a Kelly was Introduced by should move to block the Lodge New York Thursday that Negroes -I
ty'* new precincts. The primary objective of his admin. Charles Canady. principal of should and
The gentle-I realignment attempt for a national Image. own shotguns
man with the' of precinct In- jtrttion will be the attainmentof Jesse Keene Elementary School. form rifle clubs "to defend ourselves I OPEN ALL DAYSUNDAY
gray mustache!i creased the number of precinct excellence In Florida's public Teacher and principals from MacArthur Image Sought I In time.of_emergency."
bad just begun from 47 to II. school program. every school in the county attended "Lodge has carefully prepared
bis second con Plans caU for the voting Kelly pointed out that he hat the reception, top echelon policy papers
secutlve term! places used In the past to be co-Introduced every teacher pay which compare his position In CADILLAC LIMOUSINES
In the oars- used this year where the new raise bill that has been adoptedby PORKY BEGINNING Viet Nam with that of General con
Ing position nonpayCTIJABT of alignment makes It possible.If the legislature since he was The city of St. Paul, Minnesota MacArthur In Korea." Morris J/ghtlHlwf/ Tears
school board all 47 old voting places can elected to the Senate In 1958 was founded In 1838, by civilIan said. "Ha 1* trying to get President -
trustee when he IOK TOW!*
. He ii a member of the Senate
be used, commissioners still from nearby Fort Snelling Johnson to fire him from
died last
served weekend. He also must come up with 44 new Committee on Public Schools The community wa originally his Viet Nam post 10 he can CYPRESS GARDENS

| years ago as trustee several places to set up voting machines and Junior Colleges.DropOut called "Pig1 Eye," the nick- come home, address a Joint session -I ClaM if 1i' Ii Ii, 1'II
and the other equipment Concern Voiced name of one of the civilian, but of Congress and then as
Not he YELLOW CAB MU 2.2122
only was a school necessary to conduct an Kelly said he is'deeply con- later took its present name from some the Image of a new Mac-i ,
trustee, but he
served several election. cerned about the "drop-out a chapel built there. Arthur In an all-out drive for
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wa as Instrumental 's anyone
person in making the i
Polk Junior College I reality, TOILET TISSUE


After County'reality.this Calvin educator dream wa became of named Polk a ENJOY THE LUXURY OF LIVING AT FLORIDA'S FINEST 1.50Volut POLY(SAO lM 01 II OILS

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chairman of the Junior College -

Advisory Committee. I lili

Several months ago when LAKEFRONT LOCATIONHARKpUR Coupon DisreMN Price -

the first battle In the war wits rn ,,.., NM ViU Aft* MM, Mint IS ISSS I
over a site for the collegewere
being waged Calvin
stood up during a particular
ly' hot school board meeting M
and declared "My only con
cern I I. not where we put the c
college but to make sure that Spray Starch

we have one"This Ifr

was before a survey Yi 15 Ox Can __ A
committee had recommendedthat e

the college be located on Ii iI
the golf course in Calvin's Coupon
hometown of Winter Haven Discount Price
and even before the mlllage Witt ale .MIM-Slum Wee Atw MM, Mint. IS ISM I
election that assured the col
lege's existence.

But during the months that
followed, Calvin stuck to his
only concern" and did not
get Involved In the squabbleover
a site for the college Heating Pad

Calvin deserves some recognition
for his work for the 5.98 Value
county' schools and particularly 199

the junior college. Coap.ssDlaeousst ,
The school board has passeda Price
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resolution m hit memory sox. Ma e"w-Aw.e i ViU aea MM, Mm W I ro
but 1 It this enough? A man
the caliber of John Calvin deserves -
a more fitting and
longer lasting tribute such a*
perhaps having one of the i
first permanent building of FABERGE
the college named after him. kluND

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THE SCHOOL BOARD replaced -

Calvin with Hugh Alexander Directly On lake Parker CON-DO-MIN-IUMI /
Coupon
Lake Wale banker
but board members easily QMiwc& nit.unt Price
s-y win SMI M, H-e?lM ViU HIM MM? Mint IS NI4 I
could be forced to name an- I
other trustee by next J anu-


ary.Seth McKeel of Lakeland, a For the Best Veers of Your Life Your own Luxury Waterfront Garden Apartment directly on Lake Parker Lakeland Harbour

member, Is of seeking the threememberboard election to Apartments Is a select group of just 62 thoughtfully planned on > and two-bedroom apartments, with 1, 1 I'/J and 2 baths, In a

a school board post and masterful community plan, with complete recreation facilities for your leisure hours set In one of the loveliest waterfront locations SUN PAC \

should he be elected he wouldbe In Central! Florida! Every Lakeland Harbour Apartment has a direct view of the Loke. 1.00 VelueIt
forced to resign his trustee -
position. He reportedly Is
for L
considering the possibility of EVERY Apartment includes all of the CO\.D0011\.1UM
resigning now so that he will -. '. f Coupe !JA'sDiscoaat
not be hindered in his bid following/ as Stanford equipment: Lokelond Horfoour Apartments ore NOT co-op for the District 1 School t 'Individual apartments ors owned "In fee simple' ." Each buyer ... wits r. "w-aww yu Ails, We., Mw0 10 ,ew

Board post. Individually controlled CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING & ceives a Warranty Died, Title and Title 'Insurance Policy to rSe apartment

HEATING fie owns, plus on undivided share In the ownership of the community land
All-electric GE kitchens range, oven, refrigerator, wait Disposal! and recreation facilities. Enjoy the safety and security of Individual home
SPEAKING OF THE election Step-saver kitchen, with all-mica counters and cabinet 1, ownership, plus the benefits of shored costs for the wonderful amenities of
county commissioner Imported ctramle tile bathrooms: mica vanity, sllp-pnif' tub with ; estate living'
decided last Tuesday to remind "grab-roils;" non-skid ceramic tile floors : ; ASPIRINBottle
all department heads Color-coordinated wall-to-wall broadloom carpeting ':1
that county employe are not Light, airy spacious rooms, with extra-wide doorways .I f i. S Each owner to liable only for hi own mortgage debt. If any, and Is NOT of 100 jfl ,
I to use county time or county- Generous closets, with louvered 3oors for ventilation \, responsible for defaults" of the developer, or other oportment owners. I 5 Grain A I

owned vehicle to campaign Ctcorotor..tv'd' Interiors, with colors of your choice )
for a candidate. Pre-wlred TV and telephone outlets. Master TV antenna 9.950 $45 PER
L. W (Us) AND MONTH CouponDEse.uut
Commissioner FROM
O Electric outlets raised 24" from floor to ovoid stooping Price
Dunson who wa Instrumental I
three wits M. weM-a.wM vile All* MM, Mvit IS. lees
In starting this policy lucludee' all keree foe awed fees, feint meinHnence tents seek ee wiser
years ago, said this mean for each bulging' : additional' sforagt' *i}.'J, Mweneej enrue'e Ileltls., sees tf i/eone'i end fatreallM fecllHles, menement -
bumper strips advertising the .' .. end ...... k>e*. see htcr... ,.., sea feUyhene. end efectrle .tef.,
merits of a particular candidate areas; automatic washers and dryers. .
not be placed on A .
may k" .
county car or on can for Deluxe 2-bedroom 2-both apartments also Include dishwasher and ,* SALES OFFICE, EXHIBIT AND MODEL APARTMENT,
Is combination plus private balcony off each TEA BAGS
paying e
which the county your own wnhtr-oVyer
..- furnished Mather of Lakeland
mileage to their owners.It Master Bedroom charmingly by ,

would appear some coun- OPEN EVERY DAT from 10 to 6 Box Of 16
ty employe will have to use t' a.m. p.m. 39c Value ACe
scrubbruthe on their bumper for Your leisure Ana Relaxation :'' I
if the order 1* followed. I )( \ / olI > p m Q y
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/> congenial Recreation Center, with meeting and card rooms, : I f&V fV T. "tell" Ukelene1Mer DI CONN< Price -
: sow StW w.N.-eww *tl< ACM MM, Mint IS. i 5Mi
COMMISSION CHAIRMAN I kitchen and screened (anal, PLUS outdoor facilities oil ...,.... J g L sLV ...r AMrtmtnriltllnl
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Wilmer McCutcheon has Instructed I dedicated to( the health and happiness of Lakeland Harbour'Aportmenfowners '.?*?$'* % tllnl N"1 ." Uk.

I Commission Business : f ", : Drive, 'fremMemerlaf
Tom Hyman to
Manager
officialsto Nested Swlmmm ,..t' pJlt leolevera'US ,
request Bartow City RIVER QUEENMixed
minimize the danger created Putt*** Gram wlwriz
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( #91 LT.I.)
SksNI.l.e.d c..".
by pieces of tin protruding Nuts
above the red sidewalks e '(skin* ...* IM Decks ," ""iaS.i Hti aip |..s. 200 feet Weir ./
which are not quite al red In C sad IMC*** cevenJ.irtly MM golf <."' .... ...Ii.... "'t,'"| end : .
the more heavily traveled ikilitf centers, .......... trembif eerni. end Pelk Cevnty's 600fkk.freciet' : HelWey Inn 9 c
Mee w
place a* they used to be.

When city official planted PLUS City tenvemeMet In e nAnrfceis ic.IItftI.-iIy vests ..,,1,. CosipoisOI several podacsrpus tree along ___ H. ...t..-, cll."k.s
Street and I. city sevens keg PMrky therein twkUe M was r. Hl H-CllK Vll< AtW MM, Mad H. ISM I
Main Visit and
a block ot Inspect Today
.f all itMmltH, sidled ftwillMee. cad c.1ttore1 and McM acttvltfe
of Broadway I
block
along the the In eemneillnn ....."....).
running In front of commission Lakeland Harbour Apartments
building they surrounded

the treeS with I piece AH THIS HATIIUS vein year ..*..,.*e* Juries. Aswfswirferne 1600 Lake Parker Drive, West
of which sticks approximately
tin two Inches above the ... "eltl", "' '" fir relaxed, ffvfsel l levr Sales Agent: HAUGER REALTY TV Antenna

sidewalk at each tree site. I '
Several person have voiced i sereftilly destined eeertwent ..,..t* are enwileklei'. 2.98 Volue "J 25

objections to the protruding One ledfeM Apartment Tee leeVeems, IH lathe i
I 686-5191
; Tv. ledrewwe, e.e bail Tee IWrceme, 2 fvH lathe Telephone : I iI
I I SOFT ART Coupe
I Jlujltsu, the Japanese farm ol Dlsrossnt Price*
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wrestling which make use ol ANOTHER Simil WATERFRONT' CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT IT IRVING Z. MANN ft ASSOCIATES win sttt mm-CIHH V.i* AIM MM, herd is IM4The I
one's opponent' strength and II

F1. weight to disable or Injure him,, I
comes from a Japanese word
f meaning "soft art."


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I. LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday, March IS. IDM


I" | Florida Club Ball Marks Closing Of 40th Citrus Exposition


1 WINTER HAVEN The 40th call this exposition a financial here that we have had good since we are operating would like to thank aU of credit. They were all highly contest, several dance, fire
annual Florida Citrui Exposition success. weather all week. In the past imum budget this people In the citrus Indus-cooperative." works the taping of four"QueenFor
closed here last night with the "This Is the first time In the we have had either rain or cold we will come out who had a hand in putting A Day" shows for later
Florida Club Ball at Nora Mayo eight years that I have been weather. "From the exposition over so success Parade Open Show showing over a national hook-
Hall and another gala fireworks They each deserve much The exposition opened on up this week, a visit from Gov.
display over Lake Silver More than 3,000 people were Show Drains Funds The "Marseillaise," March T with a two-hour pa- Ferris Bryant at the Governor's
Robert Eastman, director of crushed to death at the corona- "The television show Queen national anthem, was ., Va., site of the rade through the downtown area Citrus Luncheon the appearanceof
the exposition said "Although tion of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia For A Day caused a substantial,1792 by Claude War engagements of Bull to the exposition ground several candidates for the
1 all the bills are not in as yet I according to Encyclopedia drain on our funds, because of de Lisle at a marching Is only 25 mile southwest I Some of the highlight of the governorship and a giant mid-
: believe that we will be able to Britannica, the services It_required_ but recruits of the King's_ U.S. capital. exhibition were the Citrus Queen way show
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Fohnd, director .f elumnl .'Pcl.. ot the celleo,.. MI. Joknton, 1950 freduete. el
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Founders' Week at Florida Southern College ended yesterday
with special activities for alumni Including the installation
of Judge William 0. Cooper ot Orlando as president of
the National Alumni Association.The .

highlight of the annual event came Friday night when
r V Susan Eddy, a pretty blonde senior from Naples, was crowned
1a Miss Florida Southern College of 1964
3 y A She was installed aa campus queen by Milburn P. Aken, A
editor of the Chicago Sun-Times and this year's honorary chan-
cellor of the college, and President Charles T. Thrift, Jr.
Miss Eddy, 22, a future school teacher, was sponsored In
the contest by her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. She Is a varsity
k y cheerleader, a ROTC coed sponsor, a member of the Student
Florida Education Association and Beta Beta Beta, a national
honorary biological science: fraternity.Her s 6s
parents are Mr. and Mrs. William S. Eddy, 205 Fifth
St., Naples
The eight runners-up and 50 other gowned coeds served as
Miss Southern's court at the ceremony. A musical salute featured .
student choirs, the college band and dancers from the
campus Vagabond Players.
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college president said that "the development of a conscience"
is a major educational task of church-related colleges.The .
,t speaker was Dr. Carl C. Bracy, president of Mount
Union College, Alliance, Ohio.
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science" he added, "but church colleges do It by Intent and

IDUCATORS COMPARE NOTIS-TkoM oducotora. oompora ..... dyrlni ,...d.r. .' Wook design"
....k. From loft ere fC fmldont. CkeHco T. Thrift Jr| ,_ld.II' Curl C. Irecy .. Mount Union A feature of the dinner was the presentation of the col PUNCH FOWL CROUP-Inloyln* cup .f punch ot the '.Uft".,,' Week foe, from left, .nMr.
e.II..., Altionce, Ohio, t\. tpeoker Friday ot f'dinner for .l.msl..d perenti end Dr. Jokn 0. Gnus lege's Distinguished Alumni Award to Miss Agnes D. Johnson .
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JM A. Tell., DoLond. mi Mrs. J. llrnoy G Mr. Comlne. F. Toll. end Mrs. Hurtle 0.
.f Neilnnie. Tenn, toMrol cocretery of the M......," Ckerck't netlenel' I koerd .f .....tI.1I! end of Tallahasseee. A 1950 graduate, Miss Johnson was cited for
formerly ,...HI,", of Simpwn College, Indlonole, 1_., end Union Cell..., lerkeunlllo, Ky. her work as a field representative of the Florida Education Sims, .11 ./ Lekdond. M.nikon .f |ho Foculry Womtn'i Club were. h.........
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era Cell..., packen .p to plont' e kfce .. the newly crowned Mite HONOR WALKER-Joyce lefcmen .f Cherlotte, N. C., tM.
Swrtkem, 1964, Smon Eddy, 22. e eonb front H.'..... Mho Eddy ,...'* Honor Welk stalest .t "..hi. Southern, b ...,....1.... kyPmldMt
we. ckceen ky the etedont. kedy. In _rat ..... oleo etkcrcendldotce Ckerlo T. Tkrlft Jr,, for wlnnlne, Hit ""...'. top cko.
end wee sawed In colorful _loa FrWoy silt et LUNCHEON COKTJ-Here'. e port!** .. the Merly 500 ,.,...,'. ,_...' Week Hn...... Tke tunckeen wee held. I* tko .heels ewerd. Formerly of Jocluonvillo/ .h. b Mnior mojorlno In
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ken, .. A...., editor .. the. Chkoe. S..-TI_ end tkb yoer' benerery chonceller, end Men. Kent CAP AND GOWN PROCESSION colorful cop end tow* r..stowed opened wlndmf; tfcelrwey ._.... the now McKinloy M..i. luildinf' .. rouM to In __.
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Chairman Airport Division
MORE THAN ten thousand
1
dollar worth of new offices
1I have been added to Air florIda ,
I J, Helicopter Service and.
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:4I tobert Service buildings
Flying -
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land Municipal j '
Airport
Then beautl1ul
I walnut and |j jmahoginy

I room are carpeted [
airconidltloned :
and ,
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I dicatlve of the
growth; and expansion of the
I lying business at Lakeland
Municipal Airport at no cost
to the taxpayer at the Complete
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.7 S .. was borne by the fixed bale
I jperators.
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THIS WEEK the promotionof
flying was thrown Into high .
\ .., QUALITY gear by Joe Ruthven chair.
DISCOUNT man of the Chamber of Com
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__ merce General Aviation Com
mittee.The committee discuss:
ed many splendid Ideal to pro
mote aviation in this area
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I among which was one that will
be Inaugurated almost tame-
\ 1 dlltely-4t[ class In aviation
ground school.!
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This class will be limited to
33 enrollees, men and women,
21 or over. It will begin April
I. at 7:30: p.m. In the Cham
ber's meeting room downtown
.akeland. Make your reservation -
for free membership In
this data now for there are
only 20 teat left to be filled.
:. IM. Fields Extra Low Sunday Discount Price An aviation ground school
clue receive instruction In
?C theory of flight, some air-
frame and engine knowledge
to one will know something
; y. IL 7S about the mechanics of the
aircraft. Also Instruction In
17 Meteorology and navigation
that will\ make you a weather
NO MONEY POWN forecaster and a Magellan
ONLY 2.50 Per Week Some of you oldtlmers who
will admit you have gotten abit
Payable Monthly
}
rusty are welcome to signup

:.. Big II cu. ft. capacity ,at low budget price. Plenty of storage space built Into the door. course and, but get hurry a free the refresher opportunity -

aet alltq Just look at oil the room you have In the door with this RCA Whirlpool refrigerator: Is limited.

3 full-width ihelvet, Including I extra deep shelf that easily hold tall bottles and plenty > *

of h gal. milk cortoni. AND you'll find 2 built-in egg rocks for more than! a dozen eggs IN THE MAIL this week, a
notice from the Federal Avla-
.-. lion Agency that an aeronautical !-
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for Installation on the shores
of! Lake Bonny. All alrcratta
are required to fly 1,000 feet
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''University Student Perishes LAKELAND lEDGER.I INVITATION TO BID

asl.4 bid. wit, M s.d w M. PurehuSM A..n4 CIN :: L.ba.,,
Ian P{..ridstd' I= e u., sat: TourNar, Atoll a. 1N4 sal.
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I Olty Mill, L.k.l>nd, H.".. ... r..* oloutf for th. fM.wTurnltH
During Scuba Diving Venture Mnttruell.n"
To Tour NI.bw .e nd nuMrl.l. for '
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ALICE HUNT SOKOLOFF est of all French composers. I GAINESVILLE un-A scuba buehl, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs short. Fadden, who carried a TALLAHASSEE WThe28- *I.':acutn..N!ml/I>n"'lndrvMult'f'lTm-1inrd.4 U,, City! ,;:N: or L.MrMr.ti.n.k.l.nd .. o-eiar..ta Oon.pi'ni tI_.

Crest Musk by French Composers Supremely individualistic he I diving expedition In a cave deepin Harold Ambuehl of Hialeah. double tank, shared his reserve member student circus of Flo- : :'::ond' tM.iflo.tl.nl' >r. on fll. >t ':. olflra of. th. *" Itg|: ,.
was a man of many facets, eccentric JHMI1 O DRY. IOI SOUTH HOHIO VINUf. O. DON
Ichtuckney Springs ended In Jim Fadden 19, whose father with them and they swan away Ida State University won ap- LAKKkANO. fLODIDA, Two ...IM .f Mid N.0000 d MMCilM.ti.nt .-
This \t\ the third set of recording difficult and misunder disaster Friday when one University 00. "k. .d kr O.nw.l t..t'l\"a' :: the ofra of
Is overseas with the Army was proval of the university boardof Mt of DMV*
Mid J mN N Dry wMn tIt OvM al
stood. His toward the surface.
In Mercury's Great music Is full of emotion I of Florida student under sedation after the ....n..j Mid .._It. will .. ,.t", t. .... Cvntroctw UMH nlurnof
I heavy control Friday for 8. ". .nd olflMt4.nt In OMd Mnditi.n withinton
a "t.
and vivid Imagination. May th. o m.l t
Music Series. The tint drowned and another sufferedthe harrowing experience. One Youth Wedged (101 d.y. .: ;:. deb .: th. MMlnf .1 bY1. .nd MntiriMntuMn .
two June S tour of Europe undera th. MwiM kid. OontrMMr de.v.-
comprised music by Russian third"bends"who but was laved bya Youths Roommates Fadden became wedged In contract with the Columbia in.Ins d Diddor.... w dnir......ild idti.iNN ftuk-OwtrMtM H or t0.0Ynwnl..........1. _woo....M<,_, {.. o Mt
Overtures aid Excerpts .! barely escaped rocks, but managed to free him .1 Mid dMunwiu. N will .. orovldM "'n" "' t to MidArMiitMt
composer and music of the of .lf o M "':. f rwrodiMtionthtr
life. M..moM MW
with his The
romantic French Opera of the 1MbCentury. own youths were roommates. self and reached the, top of the Irobdcastlng System. ..... Mid Mini Mino .a"00 fund.hlSur.tr ... ....
This series age.has Offenbach Berllot, Drowned was Jack Stindler Ambuehl and Fadden were cave. There he found the other The troupe will put on their A 5,0, or"o Mr'ltlid A'thiw!'l Mwk 5I aiduw on .00.N N.5... or St.WD.nk. ,
enormous value! Adam Thomas Auber, Her- 20. son of Mrs Robert Stindler freshmen and Stindler a sopho two youths floating. He managed -acrobatic trapeze and high m.d.. In..o.om..not th.I.aa Oltr I th.n>flv.L.MI.nd MrMnl, rWldl.IIH) of nu.t th. ornoont.M.m.kid nyMrii
of Madeira Beach. more. kid .. ......100 th.t ... Diddw will nM frwnth. .
wo.r.w
and interest In old, Chabrier. Boleldlen. Pray to get both to the surface wire show of skill In Barcelona 0550.4, .nd Mn.tr.ct
many conducting the Detroit In a decompression chamberat I A friend of the youths Dick but Stindler was dead. I. ./E"t'Y.: !' ..,.:will, M, .1tr1.:e.th,.,is r.'-
ways alter nMr .n.
Nice France Florence *
Each: .record s Symphony Orchestra Mercury the Charleston S.C.. Navy Jucknath, 19. of Wauchula. said Ambuehl was rushed to theJ. Spain; ; *hick h* th.ll f.rfit .._lt .. Hwid.wd' 4.__. Th. Did erne
represents a' \ .' SR 10377, monaural SO- Base Hospital was Melvin Am-,Fadden told him: H. Miller Medical Center taly, and Athens, Greece. frwn wfOTnunM vr, MunMrilonMl tend ond >M 1 >if::dl InMrinM.t or..::::/OIM.b M or ot M InMr.riMo.n kutlnM..NUrN
>ny which >ww Kp05105..04
liven composer J ,", 177. I "The three were 90 feet down, here where It was found he In tn. City *f UkMind, M "duly llMflMd to OMdiMtxalid
or style and| France has contributed stylein The Hippocratic Oath by!In a cave In the springs 40' suffered cramps from having l CITY TRANSFER CO. ._0.,..._....11 totno.. an.Nrd with I. .......... wit* th. w.rd.nd ,
more than be which the graduating medical miles north of Gainesville when surfaced too rapidly. He wa flAllD 510 COM UTl WOnRa ON MI..CU' eY1LO1N0"T
Mercury engl- Q aye can seen 718 W. Lemon St.TolophoM kiddw'i n.m. .lnly rk" th* '. th- Mf
steers have succeeded \ in the fashion magazines.. Moat student swears dates back to they lost their lights. flown In a Navy plane to the MU -4711 .. City N l. il.nd' r.'::' :'h: slant to W.IW lilf.rm.lltlM rlm-lit
without.4 } l] of the selections on this record about 200 A.D. It was named for They started coming out of Navy Base Hospital at Charleston MOVING' :xx:: :"b.zK'c: .::,rt Wti"xwW; I .r.rL'''';i'':sr Ya tar
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any loss in qual- JUyof \" y are drawn from the repertory!the Greek physician Hippocrates the cave, but Stindler and Am S.C., where he was placedin locol and Lena DjitDMtWi Mot ln the OK CITY. OP LAReLANs PLOal5Aa
sound, in Mre.SokoloK of French opera comique. They who is called the father buehl who had only single tanks a decompression chamber Give on LM.I WW..Croon... only Stamps ......D.....e.'.'''Mont
providing an average playing sparkle and delight. I of medicine. of oxygen, found their supply He remained conscious
time of more tb.nn- hour for

each record, far greater than
the average record gives. The
standard of performance Is
universally high and Edward
Downea program notes are ex
cellent. to7 P.M

There are six records In the 12 Noon
present series. They can, of snor
course be had separately but
together they furnish a finely
representative collection of 19th
and early 20th century French
music. The entire series has

been recorded by Paul Paray A WEEK FOR TWO
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j t SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M., LAKELAND Flood Threat 4 ) The




.\; I Along Seems OhioBy Easing Stars



The ASSOCIATED PRESS
J The muddy, overflowing Ohio '
River relaxed Its assault on four 1
i it iI states Saturday, though It might
I take another week before Its nuidl 11 11By

) flood lower threat reaches.Is eased along the By Carroll Rlghter

An air of optimism among
It river towns was reflected at
vansvllle, jot, where a disaster
BROTHERS center was closed. Only onecall
: for evacuation was CARROLL RIGHTER
received. A J4-foot-high flood-
j jI I wall protects the city. SUNDAY, MARCH IS, 1H4 find that life becomes more
GENERAL TENDENCIES: harmonious and satisfying Be
The Red Cross said In Cincinnati -
I more friendly with others, too.
trimmed / that the flood damaged or A whole and
new more sue-
house
cane Open your to them.
destroyed the homes of 20,433 cessful course can dawn for
AQUARIUS (January 21
families In Indiana Kentucky, you, to be lure you use this February to
cushioned 19) Attending
foam Ohio and West Virginia. Sunday to make the finest and meetings, services of group your
.,
.
I I w4wt' 110,000 AffectedAll loftiest Ideas a part of your choice, etc., gives you fine
4 everyday existence and you
styles.r new thoughts that had never
M told 110,000 persons were will "have a fresh start before before occurred
R affected to some degree; 11 to you. Sit
4 and
IF will
I /t and you you accept down and plan future on paper
perished damage might run utilize It to greatest advan
classic close to $100 million. But U.S.Army Delve Into all later.
t h saiu Engineers said flood control tage. deeply PISCES (February 20 to
_. measures saved at least tenets. March 20) You can have far
accent chairs $290 million in damages and reduced ARIES (March 21 to April greater prosperity In the fu.
i flood crests from 2 to 10.8 19) Be lure you know ,what turf if you concentrate on
R # feet between Pittsburgh and you want now, since this Sun such now Look into new
Cincinnati day the planets are with you. sources of Information. Do not

: sale! $ G9 each flood Uncle sufferers Sam stood along ready the to help 881- You Intellectually are both awakened spiritually Plan and, deviate, however from orthodox methods '

for real growth. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN
I. mile Ohio, I for key the avenue of TAURUS (April 20 to May TODAY the vision here will be
transportation country'smidland. 20) No better day than this great. Many wonderful Ideal
Everything. bout these chairs i reflects your I President. Johnson and the for meditation so that you will occur to your gifted pro,
: good taste''! Distinctive caning, reversible foam vernors of five states flewover can plan your future more1' geny and the success in life
cushion, In a choice of rich fabrics, and hand. the flood area Friday.I wisely. Show charity to others will be quite tremendous. Pay
even unto your enemies.. attention
to what
rubbed fruitwood finish. Marvel at the) pricetoo Then the President announced early your
Be a true Inspiration to others.GEMINI son or daughter, says and be
only $69 each! Come see them ft federal help was available. I (May 21 to June sure the finest education is
asked for million
$42
Kentucky -
chances are you'll.,,, two! the estimate needed to re- 21) Be loyal to good friends given. Sports are a must in
today and concentrate on new order to coordinate active
\ Edward
facilities. Gov.
pair public
aims that have possibility
T Breathltt said damage every mind and active body. Teach
of success. Be charming:: ethics early too.
f to private property would run
theft become -
with everyone you
three times that much.
Light rain fell Saturday In the Invitations.very popular. Accept Latin Policy
middle Ohio Valley but at worst
was expected to do nothing MOON CHILDREN (June
J more than delay the full of the 22 to July 21) The Image you Review Set
river. Rain totaling one inch or present to others this Sundaycan
more was expected In some well stamp you as a liv-
areas before cooler weather ing example of goodness and By JohnsonWASHINGTON
1 moved In. light Live the Golden Rule.
Let nothing get you down
(APPresldent
Situation By Cities -
life
sour you on
,. ,,\ .. This was the flood situation: LEO (July 22 to August 21) Johnson plans to give a
'III Pittsburgh-The Ohio was 2.8feet Get out of the doldrums and new push to the Alliance for
.
\ : below flood stage. A slight In with charming persons who Progress in a major speech!
rise was forecast because of an are active, magnanimous Listen Monday to the Organization Of
overflowing tributary but not to most Inspired religious American States.
:'t enough to cause flooding again. leader. Get ahead by putting On the same day, he Is to 'begin

,.... Wheeling W. Va-The river beauty poetry, Into your life. I a sweeping review of US-
j was falling all along West Vir- VIRGO (August 22 to Sep Latin American relations and
w By r ginia's western border. It was tember 22) By using your fine, problems In general with every
only 3.8 feet above flood stage Intuitive faculties, much that U,S. ambassador ,and foreign
at Parkersburg and 4.4 feet at Is good can happen to you to I aid chief from this hemisphere
3 bedding widths to choose Huntington, due to drop below day. Others cooperate quick. summoned to Washington to
,1 the danger level Monday. ly. Streamline your duties for give a firsthand report.
from low Cincinnati At 64,J feet; easy sailing ahead.
one
price
should be back to the S2-foot LIBRA (September 23 to Tougher Policy Possible
floOd level next Thursday; some October adopting a
Stearns & Foster Hollywood bed ensembles 22) .By Out of( these meetings might
,,- 'V" flooded business house* reopened more 'spiritual attitude, you mergent-only tougher sot-
,cC4 '' MATTRESS BOX SPRING 6 LEGS at nearby Aurora Ind. are able to put points across icy toward the Fidel Castro

; compare at 79.50 touisvllle-\ .S feet over flood with vital persons now. Come ( Communist dictatorship In
/
stage but, the main city area to meeting of minds. Invite' Cuba, but a tightening up ot
Sale 50.05: was eats behind floodwall, However them out to dinner In PM. any slack the President might
t2 i J, +" ai complete set backwater from,) ditches SCORPIO (October 23 to find about Washington's handling
and creeks was on the rise in November 21) Those who have of business with Its hemisphere
.4 :: Choose 30", 34" or 39" widths top comfort"holly- numerous suburbs outside the authority over you expect cer- neighbors.
'. \. t. wood' bed ensembles, now at special savings! Use as wall. Some families hoped to re- tail) duties performed. Keep I I The President's speech Is expected
I twin beds for the bedroom; couches for the Florida turn home Sunday or Monday at promises/ with alacrity. Be to be a strong reaffirmation
West Point, where all except 100 attend religious services -
sure you
All sets have famous "Insulo Cush of his pledge to continue
room or guest room.
had to week'sactivities
of the 2,300 population too. Plan new al
White House for the
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LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday, March 15. IM4 1-.
Republicans Claim Baker Dr. Thrift Will 1

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Hearings Order ClosedBy Address Retired DICTATE


G. MILTON KELLY tie did not say from whom Ministers Club ifT qa YOUR WAY './
WASHINGTON AP) Sen. these alleged orders had come.'

Carl T. Curtis, R-Neb, released Reached In Burlington, NC, TO A
Saturday evidence which he his home, Jordan had this comment Dr. Charles T. Thrift Jr. i
: president of Florida, Southern
says proves that the Senate
Rules Committee Democratic "I have never had orders College wilt be the speaker at SUORTERi

chairman was ready to announce from anyone even suggesting a Wednesday morning meeting
Friday a ..3 vote ending that I stop the hearings, (The of the Retired Methodist Ministers' i :
charge Is) absolutely not true
the Bobby Baker probe but and Wives' dub of
was members.balked by Republican Neither of any myself staff nor, as any far member as I- Lakeland.He I with a new Telefunken 101 dictating machine

know has ever been pressuredor will speak on "The Florida i Free yea and yew secretary frem the Inefficient end tlmTceniumlnf
Earlier In the day Curtis had ordered in any wiy: to stop Conference" at the club meet- methods el the peat with this hindiom
charged that the chairman, this ing to be held In the I
hearing Wesley MW high erfermaNce cllctltor/lrnKrlll., machine. Cent-
I
Sen. B. Everett Jordan, D-N.C.,
Curtis and his two GOP colleagues Phtlathea Room at 10:30 o'clockat bines dictation, transcript! telephone and conference
was under orders to stop the
on the the First Methodist Episcopal I Features Include
politically explosive hearingson committee Church. recording In ono economical wit.
the business affairs of Baker sprang a closed surprise at Friday's The Rev. James P. Lilly and Central-Centre! Mike rentable magnetic recording dines,
stormy
resigned to the meeting when tone and velum centrals,
secretary they introduced Mrs. R. E. Buford will be In
Senate Democratic majoritySource statement an that accountant'ssworn his name charge of the program which I signal lights ndl-dlsc

01 Orden Not Told had been forged to some ofBaker' will be followed by a luncheon I warning, eraser button

"Sen. Jordan U a fine man," Income tax returns. Hrst sponsored Methodist by the Church ladles of the' and built-In vote modulator. 'I
Controls
Curtis' statement said. "He hada Showdown Staved Oft art
tough job to carry out the or- simple, operation easy,
ders to atop the hearings Cur The consequent row, and the ROCKY ORIGIN Li accvrat, swift Precision '
GOP demands for the right to 1 built by the originator
WILDLIFE WEEK call more witnesses, staved off, The site now occupied by Little si magnetic recording
at least until next Tuesday a Rock, Arkansas, was namedby
TALLAHASSEE III-Gov. Far- showdown vote between the a French explorer Sleur Ber- equipment!
ris Bryant yesterday proclaimed committee's six Democraticand nard de la Harpe, In' 1722. The PINCH HITTER When hobo a..n,..., step of the Unit.1 Fund movie, became III or the fir *mt.il.the'iffki" sac... ask stout UN Hlf.iiwtrid stable ..dtllOO

March Florida 15-21 and as called wildlife weekIn all three Republican memberson explorer picked the name to distinguish Nana nt sea to pick ap a contribution from the Detroit Tl|.rt, kit younger heaths, Jimmy, was -CALL US FOR A FREE ONE.WEEK TRIAL DEMONSTRATION-
on the future of the Inquiry, the site from a larger
citizens to "Inform themselves The committee Democratswant rocky formation farther up the tcll.01 *n. Mme h. II reuskt how t. .inch-hit" far other giant ."..,.nc" John was to ..... by LAKELAND TYPEWRITER

as to the need for outdoor recreation. to bring the Inquiry to a river, The town was started ih Tips r monof, Charles. Dret...., loft sad Mike ......., corcher. '
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PANTS The 10-minute film entitled SPRING 1 sates
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Number ono sportswear fabric Hugo bold shift pottomi Novelties, i
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IB LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March IS. 1984 ,

\ Governor Praises Citrus Industry, I

t Urban Representatives Embittered

Adds Four New Names To Hall Of Fame'J


, L(} : n't By Defeat Of $10,000 Pay Increase By DAVE PRATT


\ By JOHN BECKLER day night. crat, a staunch administration because they knew many who WINTER Ledger HAVEN-A Staff Writer crowdof

I t I WASHINGTON (AP-The) defeat A Chicago Democrat soughtout supporter. Both asked not to be voted against It secretly: hopedthe about 700 agricultural lead-

I of a congressional pay Increase Majority Leader Carl Al- named. bill would pas but didn't era. from all over Florida heard
by the House has widened bert, D-Okla., and asked him A bitterness rarely noticed In want to vote for It themselves Coy Farris Bryant praise the
the differences between urban -when the wheat bill was coming the House, where members. gen member of Congress citrus Industry at the annual '
i and rural members, threatening up. "I hope it's soon," he added. erally take legislative setbacks Although no Governor's Citrus Luncheon of ;
pending farm legislation. because I want to vote against I I'It. in stride, has been generated by Is starving on JI2.500 a the Florida Citrus Exposition
City members. who watched a ." the pay-bill vote year, a good many of them are here and welcomed four new W
\ d $10,000 a year raise snatched Those who fought for it felt struggling and are deeply in .rr.es to the Florida Citrus t l s y, 'ljg $ \
away from them largely by the I Both Stay Anonymous they had made a convincingcase debt. Hall of Fame. '
votes of Midwest Republicans "And' that goes for the cotton for giving Congress its New honorees art the Ute t4u 'i'ir"
I and Southern Democrats left the bill and the tobacco bill, too," first. raise In nine years and Younger Members Hit Carroll Elba Lindsey of Lakeland ,. v ,

i I _House. floor aeethlne on Thun chimed In a_Los__ Anaeles__ Demo- their defeat was more_ h rankling_ This holds true mainly for the John Staved Taylor of
younger members. with growing Largo, Nathsn Mayo of Ocala
and A. B. Michael of Wabasso
I
.families who try to maintain s II announced at the close of
stable atmosphere for their children he dinner In Nora Mayo Hall
An Invitation to YOU by keeping them In their by W. W, Clddmgi of Winter
hometown schools. It requires Haven, member of the Citrus
residences for HaU of Fame Committee.
i : : having two -
which they get some Income tax Relatives On Hand
i I. "It's pohtickm' time again,'' as Polk Countlans have been to putIt I relief and making frequent
I
citrus leaderswere .
four
The past
) for many years, and in recent weeks many of my friends and supporters trips back home represented at the dinner l+ hot
I Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D-ill.,
have asked about campaign plans. by relatives who received
t my ,told a news conference on Frl
plaques commemorating the
day that his take-home pay from
I So . to tell you about these plans; to his Senate salary amounts to occasion and were greeted by
Mrs. Car
I Bryant. They were
I chance to visit with to allow only about $7,000 a year. He said
give me a you; roll E. Lindsey wife of the
he has to supplement this with
an opportunity to raise questions about lecturing former tanners executive; .. .. ..
you outside earnings, mostly by Mrs. ". _"'.. "' -
+ William T Mayo, I son;
county government the Issues, the campaign Joe Michaels daughter-in-law;

I invite to I and John S. Taylor Jr., ion
. want to you
Civil RightsBill The new entries Increase to GOVERNOR'S IUNCHION muter of .eiroimmos Tom 0. Frown of rWproof wolcomoicrowd
29) the enrollment of the Citrus
A SPECIALIEETING! SupportersWin Hall of Fame since its inauguration of cirrus .*. '..,lcul urel koo'in hem podium .1 Governor's Citrus luncnooi In Winner HavtnFrldor.

\ + !Monday, March 16 8 P.M. In 1962. Gidd'ngi' said aunt .' kener, Cov. Ferris tryonr confer, smiles or ovation which It calmly' oburvtd by
: Senate Test the Hall of Fame committee Is
I r Civic Center Theater on Lake !Mirror now taking steps to Incorporate Florida Cltrm hpoittlo trMidont WIHers (too, I.fl. Uto'ior Phone Iy Cerroll)

l WASHINGTON (AP) Senate .
There will be light refreshments, so join your supporters of civil rights In his talk, Bryant lauded the
won a test yesterdaywhen Florida Citrus Industry for out-
legislation
I will look forward
friends and mine there. landing leadership and Its
a quorum SI of the 100
} to seeing you! senators appeared for an un- ability to function without out-
usual Saturday session side aid He also praised
Yours sincerely, It took 31 minutes and two loot, Allen and Hamilton

calls of the roll to get 51 to respond New York City business con. : __
JloydCOUNTY. WJJD.d.L, for the meeting asked by suiting firm which has recently -
Majority Leader Mike Mansfield completed a study of
COMMISSIONER leis- Florida Citrus Commission op- _
D-Mont., to quicken rations
IN M., Mi} urely debate on taking up the
\ bill. Impressed By Report rf

The Governor said he was
"particularly Impressed" with
the part of the Boot, A.len and
Ham i I II 1 t on recommendationswhich
call for establishment
or a commercial development
SINGER department to implement research -
"to find out what the
consumer wants"
The growth In the Florida
orange crop from 30 million
113TH BIRTHDAY boxes In 1930 to 162 million
boxes In 1961-42"creates an entirely -
1 different quality and
kind of problem," Bryant said 3
"Your Industry has turned
*ART from the problem of produc-
ion-which you have masteredto i
"the problem of market- f + ;
Ing.
ii., I'
I 1 Any business no matter how
But you get the gift successful, must align Itselfto AIt
: the desires of the consumer
A free sift for every lady who attends our party and the needs of the future
by continuous research In mar-

< keting, Bryant said.
Right now he said, "is ouropportunityperhaps
'. .'" .... ., our last

opportunity prepare for the at
future," when problems of cit
rus overproduction are again
Save anticipated.

Freeze Recalled

$40 ,: ..; "This Is yesterday's tomorrow PLAQUE 'RiSENTlD--RHchlll nose tko hood roblo ot eke Covomor's Curs Lynckoo FrWoyot
and tomorrow will begin
Before today's sun has set," the Florid' Cirnn EipeiHlon, Winter Ho..n, G... Finis Iryont orotonri o iloqut to Mrs. Jo*

e+wr '' Bryant said.Bryant Michael of W. ..... 4ovo.htir-lii.low of the loto A. I. Michel,, views leader for nor tkon <9y I
SLANT-O MATIC Dot Modal) recalled the Dec 1962
freeze as the "darkest experience ..". Tko ploo.uo commomorotii elotHon Michael, oloni wish clime .th.", to Citrwi Hall .,

Some new- some derm for me as it was for you Fan*. IL.4,,, Photo iy C..IIIcln )
on.hatorosome floor of the last three yea r.." He
models some sewing said at the time he worried
room machines s ry, how the state government
e Zlg-lags for darning, would address itself to the task
mending, embroidering, of helping the Florida citrus
.
without special' attachments
Industry needlessly. "You
addressed yourself to the problem -
e Decorative stitching ,
"
he said
C Slant needle .
'
vv
Built-In threading chart ,.-- = "The last three years will be
and eye 'level' stitch '* 1 precious to me because
C'wrte of the accomplishments of the
Handsome walnut ; Florida citrus Industry" he
finish said "What you're doing herein
Reductions e* ethor citrus In providing the kind
eonsol. models up to of leadership you have Is not
$301 being done in a >acuum."
rather, Florida's status as a
treat state depends on the
contribution of citrus In alliance
with that of other industries
"tested In the crucible of
Save Save $20 ew
: :II experience.

SLANT..MATIC* Portable ( Help Traced .
20 % J'i
Tracing how the Legislature .gt71
?.A.. iti > iF. ,,wx'
o Slant-needle eon I has helped the Florida citrus
struction Industry the Governor said
Canister Cleaner
POWER
Zig-lags to dam, mend 'f <. his administration had often
Deduced to $3 9 9 5 embroider, without ape*" ; !1 been Influenced to give the
elal attachment citrus Industry the concessions
e Extra capacity diapos*
o Decorative stitching
and powers it wanted
able
bagAttachments .
Case includedFVU.
e Included just because Its requests were
Extra-long-wearing hose so carefully and effectively
brought forth. US HONOR ROLL- ... Penh Iryonf, center, pease with rolotlroi four pest florid.

Bryant when recalled he called two"special occasions slew loodon who were n.m.d to the Cirrai Hot) of Penis .1 Ik* Governor's Cities Unckoeii *f tile

sessions of the Legislaturefor Florid Crrnii lipoutioii el Nor Moy Hell WI ens, Haves, ',ltI.,. From left ere John S. ToylerJr

the express purpose of of Hell of Fe", .....in. like .
M* StMfMM Teyler W lore*; Mrs. Cerrell Elk* Llndwy of La...
with not
dealing matters concerned
Birthday priced with citrus." But, he Und, widow ., Ike former enon *>oc.hve| Iryenl Mr,. JM Mlckaol. tfoughtor-iit-iow .t "Mr.

at $1.13each ritr- w said prepared at both legislation times "you so effective had Crtrui" A. I. MIc..... *. Weiss, end William T. Meyo, Kn .* former CommwIoMr' of Aj/l-!

1 (that) we broadened the culture Notke Moy of 0..... Letllt' rfcoto Iy Cares
$1.13 $1.13 $1.13 $1.13
Legislature to Include these
Assorted lP morn tINGta WIIII aewln 10. "
rasa 11.49 :r'toa5; Album. rat 12II rob $l.fa requests.He said the citrus Industry ner Treasurer Ed Larsen, Of Plant Industry. Florida De- of Agriculture for Florida for

has so often secured the cooperation Attorney General James W. partment of Agriculture, bothof 31 years. starting In 1937.A .
of the Legislaturenot Kines. Comptroller Ray E. whom died recently.The wartime leader of the
because of any special Green and also U.S. Con newest members. of the canning industry, Carroll Elba
favoritism "but because your gressman James A. Haley of Citrus HaU of Fame repre- Llndsey served as presidentof
Sl,3 leadership and your conduct Sarasota, Florida Citrus Mutual sent both public and private the Florida Canners Association
through the years has been chairman W Max Acree, leaden. In the citrus industry. In 1935-37 and helped

51.13 ;1.13 $1.13 $1'13 61.13Twe such as to command the respect Florida Citrus Commission Last member to be tappedto organize the Canners League
tine wNe and support of your chairman Sam A. Banks the Hall of Fame was A. B. of Florida. During 1941-44.
UprMltltry M4rlul
cans puts" I Disposable ....Ch,.. liquid WMm "".,. IUI Canners Association
..x rl' $141 Vacuum clt' tr bin moist".. $1.50 1171 11.1'- .... $'." (state government.) Florida Michael of Wabasso "Mr. he served as president of the
rtf II 31 (I 71 MS' chairman Reid Jensen Flor- Citrus for more than (0 National. Canners Association
Tools Noted ida Citrus Exposition president years, who died the most re- and became the only man to
?'. "Research and planning are Willard Roe and Mayor cently of the four-Feb. 21. ever head that organizationfor
:: o SINGER SEWING CENTERS : the tools and dedicated lead of Winter Haven Richard One of the founders. of Floe two termi
Budget Plan ership Is the power. The gnat Denton. ida Citrus Mutual Michael A state senator from 1921to
A TtMUmoik of THC IINGEK COIIMN'fLi.' III P"11oo iwdM aiNQCK COMPANY "
/ citrus Industry has them all, Michael Honored started In the citrus Industry 1927, John Stansel Taylorwas
\ the Governor concluded. In 1902 and rose to become appointed to the first
Tom O. Brown Frostproof Tribute was paid at the president of Deerfield Grove Florida Citrus Commission In
citrus executive was masterof dinner to Clayton Logan, ex-" Co. of Cocoa the largest Independent 1935 and was president of the
Main Lakeland Phone MU 2-0553 ceremonies at the luncheon mayor of Lakeland and a shipper in the Florida Citrus Exchange until
125 E. St. With the Governor at Florida Citrus Mutual board world from 1919 to his death his death In 1936. A grove
the head table were other member for 10 years, and to Nathan Mayo, who died in owner since 1894, Taylor originated
state officials, Commissioner Dr. W. G. Cowperthwaite. I960, actively promoted and the Black Diamond
-II ot Agriculture Doyle E. Con- former head of the Division sided citrus as Commissioner brand.




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Ionosphere Laser
Study, 'W'' ;, .;Giv.eJ fop: f glue? Stomps:1 **i \ l: 'or wMvali J sf: :e'gfJrtI I

j Experiments Set ThursdayBy '
I PCCENT limit One With $3 or More Order FOLGER'S
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HOWARD BENEDICT more than 80 ground stations In as Its atoms are welted by the I
CAPEKENNEDYAP-33 countries. By studying the flashing of a xenon gas high-In-
An Explorer satellite in scheduled strength of the signals as received -tensity light. Within a fraction Inslonl Coffee
for launching her Thursday at the widely scattered of a millionth of a second, a I ,
to study the Ionosphere and stations, scientists hope to ob-,chain reaction produces a pow ,
to serve as a tracking target tain the first truly global map I erful concentrated red beam of
for the Intense ruby-red beam.,of the Ionosphere under varied light which can be directed by
of science's revolutionary new conditions of solar activity, time'the telescope.
tool, the laser. of year and hour of day. 'I' In the laboratories, potent laser -
A thru-stags Delta rocket It Attached to the top of the satellite beams have cut through
slated to lift off early Thursdayto Is a pyramid-shaped cluster steel and diamonds In split seconds -
start the latelllte on lu Intended of 360 one-Inch-dlameterl have drilled teeth and del- 0 c
25-mile-high scientific mirrors to the beam of a'Icately "welded" detached retinas oI.
mission. The Delta, made by User light-gun mounted on a of human eyes back In 9 9
Douglas Aircraft, will be seeking tracking telescope at a ground place.If .
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radio waves back to earth and with radar and other tracking to rendezvous, and as a possible 1010 E. Rosa St.
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WIIKLT AMIIICANt CaIN I 1. 41555 lAds CCCSL 4',171' M'4 M. "or".7 1. lOll WM I

t YOlk IAPIPeltawln* so comrtrwd Mi.I 'Low loll Ho. ,"5540 Low losS C11S.Kslhnon 5550. 1..I._' I 7 "N t I (11,0011 KISS' Lm Lttl e 10 CCCISL ..O I TI", Titt4IH 7.\ H No' irttwr : 0. ".n 111*- '' CAP) Follow.
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blvlnd th. IndMduil .... Mrttll CvrtliMA II | I't Mk+ lIt 10'0 'I CO" Mnm
_. > : ..I. II SHIlls 1 ISIs n4tt77 iiColllniP. tii4 + tlout Nol P ..1 I ffH ttH ttHH cattle and sheep for
wM t M. i, low Mid llMtnd Q.10 lOS .. 1 1 -A- trt f .. marker
Kit ntt chtnM from .Intk 5 iTIP .I. .._.. I I. I. 3514+ 11'I. S5.lPooo' II 7 7.I..1 406441 I 174 :IOIH in' I Mt MtNtrttirt
.. 7 Cit 4)5+ 56 ItMl' II 1 Ill's cvMTt lilt lit lit I the week:
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-4$04. Dblltll ,.. ,, ASS I + 'A ...w.. 27 1. SOs05 056 : C 35'055, : )6'154Sod. 3 1 115101 CV CV4 101, ". ',1310605. \, eO 00.. 4 5 W 103's i lOJ't III ,1.l I Ok'.GI' ., (USDA) Slaughter steers and
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KIlos 0 15 "li W *! "" .+ IH 4 \ 1 I U 56 heifers showed alight price im-
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(hoot lieN' u. ices Cleot.P.4 0. 1' 414 rbcTrinj I' 1 I" I. 50.300 354 ,. 14.. II5vsi ...llk 1 107 1IIH 107 + IVt4tUI G.. ." I n.. tft* 0515 :: $0001453$1515.53 'n ': :=+ IIOlloM on curtailed Friday

hIs I 1 0 I .. .. .MI. ,. 1 .. .... ,35 f. 1 I 504 tit tilt + Is eO G..1 M N",10 + h4 III + II irovement
... Ito sos OIl. 515 314 015. is SoIiSCo 05 1 Doll e..1 not IHTH not
H. :II t I I v 1 m K r .. ... (0* Kntl I I t4 I 27' 4Coltoa '0 MI* run but upturn failed fully
MI.. II 1St lOt "10. 141 K" ce tios IS l5'AOS Reilsoll 7 3 101) H. 4101.3.10 40 01-05, a..1 I tl tl 0 + 141 t

Poll It 404 4 Atit Dlo.' I 5. IH Itt- Klb.II.'1 .1" loss 33 + IS lIon *7 I 1. I IS5PMl ... I lOGOS IOOH ,IOOH Comb .3. 171 .IM i ''. 4'i' offaet earlier decline steerS
WI'S S 105. I'm 004. 1' Dl.C. 47 II 114+ I 31505 .. ,. I" 05lonoblsd .."m. '..1 t fit fit ft'* Com E MComw M, 564+ 11 loO'1 liM I IOI 1MI4 low .'1 110041 1-14 D.. *S *', .* ,IDI.t 1 1505+ Is 404 .'.. ....Ium. ...1 I 1035 103H IISH I 171 1 M't M't 1404l's' loG" siti u 0 '0'0 closed 23-50 lower compared

I.IG.III! Cl,, 344 '1'1M' \+ 1Io I Proon ,. .. 7.> .Ill. A "" bIll ") ..T''n 1 .. 4 .'.+ ...01,1 CV4H.M 10114 103'4+ Idli KIT II IOI'.* 1044 'os'. .. 4Htf It ''0 .
50 lIt 554 .'.._ 14 00 0..1 07 .. ,le'5 l's Klo 4 315356-04 ..11". .. lOOt 15'SIS AmPS '1 0'1 71 iimPP + .Conldlt" 4Hif IOI lIons 1 I OI 4'.. II 101 last Friday. Helfen mottly 25'
., III .'. Knl tOol I 175s IS : 1 O. I PK GI 4"HM P10055100 IM -
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30 II 'PI l5 4lb ,. I 7. 7I II 71'*+ '5AMP I II CondO It "'I I
001MI4.o 1155 ._ .504 "a SIC : : PK Ol 4"UN IOIH lOOt 10IH+ I ower. Cows closed mostly 59
1 AvoW 4 304 ,'4 ''0- 141'.101I 1 0 l's I I'SII 0. .1 305 1" ill M It'Vk ConS 4Ht'2W IConldll IM14 0015 0I04- I I
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54 Io
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POIIIl I 0,115 5 4 .. Ills ; Ol 4Htt4 II IOI IM'4' In'S05 higher. ateady.
A..30 U 2104 121' 114w114357)5010 I s 0 .IO I"i ," 4 4tiM '0"'. im'*_ CoE.1 till 4 I n. ,a'Coi. .- I ,
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... 30 1 Ol $ I n'. f!' "'-
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SIt N 2054 lION + 104Nd Ol.lll 3 5 1 L.lo550 717 1 1 .1. S I 101'> US''* '* ) .l) 5715 .. 1
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... .MDlkllyn I 1 I 414. 014+ 141 .' 'I 0' PIG I'uMW I It II It .
+ ConEdll '
WI 0)01 74 7. 7.04 1. 2 ..... IT III I00'4 100'tVk' TCMiKdll I'5 56'5Is half dozen loads prim 1200325
Uil A. 10 516. ._ .1 >oGIt.MX 4 ., IIH'otGlt
4' 5 II
AWl 00 405 404' 4'14 t 1 11..a 4 14Conldlt 51 .. '
2" 1' CV4'071 317' 114 117'
0'.11.' C. II I 1154. 4 & 2 + M70 IT
los .201 4 04 4 454 1 ,14' 1 l.o* I T.k II 15SoAvAvItel ittM nn HH3HI7I 15 ; : 4Conldli to's 0015+ I ". tl'4+ 23.00. Bulk high choice
1' Inu" Il's lIt05 l..f& 'KOI I 3171 I tl fl'ocotl Ib
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1'.1'_ Ill lOS 1111 2'0. 141 D 15OyoosC '. I tConldll lit I1H+ t ,
.W.2. 144.054 I'''+ II 0 T... .,, 7" 1" .I.Onoooo l..rnIuot ave I" II IS's ."... II ..I 1 '3 10 I'. .TI]'*> 1 '1 "M 14 II't-+ ... rt 1Conldli ., it., .. ),74 It ". M'KOtl + I Sod prime 1100-1300 lbs 22.23-
A"TI ) 77 ,
ll', N'I 14't | M't | H'4+
104 4A D"rl..t 1" "t'- + .
CS wi 116 014 1 + 1 .Lonollod' .ln.S' 5 1 I' I '" 74'* 7lt )l't- V*, I 1 .
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ITS .Id 1 lit 1 I I 404 I.OoohIIelO, 1 I4. 03 2 0 ""TT _." 2 t'. W* WtVi 0 in 1.11 I 70". 74't I.
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hAll O1N.01t'14endS D I'O ,1. icew 1'1 07. 3015 II ._.. 70171 I4H *+ HIHIIO Itl7l 1 I I vt 22.00. Bulk Cholc 1100-1300 lbs
l011h o 014+ 104 35. 3755+ lOt .111 I + .. 5" I. ,. ......TI 7 IOH H S' HIHrit cam K.IM iCon 75 + I PKGII'olo 4 M So-IS
001151 Cent03 f- !.1l.o. .'. I + 5.1 Cl l'msIS 4 I1'4 .
... .1700 714114+ 141 335 104II. 1.U" S's SaIls t 'OS. 141 l"4- 1
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tit: ;; 'u-'i; it. 405 I"+ 1 1 M L.o.o I' \ "a in in inH Am Tot l'7f 11 W W Con SolO I o .
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2.I I"o Am los Co i,1 heifera
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1.1511551 0714 > 15Al'l.usr on Friday
0 Slaughter :
715 .
700 14 POCUT
155,4 lOt F.+ \/0 C. t'< IH+ <* ''R..b. M 10 .'. It IHVk : I < 'c.NO 4tlM ft tt I $ it lit 5015. .'

i..71. 41 III I'" 605+ 04" OT.I'. r 2745 l''. I Vl I'L..I.1. 110 I" 65.. II's 5'sIi. Os I .. A" t 116 I'. I"s+ \ ..,.7 I a. 47 WH II IOHAnnArb +- VtApcoOII C.NO .. II ,IOOH IMVt 100H+ l'sCeo PtcUT PMM I I ".. 77.. T7H+ .' load high choice and prime BDO
44 t I 7.'H
let IS' Ui O..IC. O'i A'S P.TI".I
71 tIll I. fO'4 + Vt 1' I'
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: 23 105 114 11- 4Sonceol .e.c04e .. SIt inII ".'0 M7I II M ..1..
L'I.' Ill Armour W* t7Vt I7V I''*
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1It".IOI> 41 3514 7004 1114' 55 kt T 4+ tl I LI..O 47 1514' ". 172405' .2 4 .. VkSolom AlKO. Con.,. 0 I IOIH IOTH4. 144HIII PonPwlL 1171 t SPIt Mt Mt- 15
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4304- .1
'US 4304 4114 I Ill's
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2011 I' 34 3 104+ 04Aw 141' : 554 514 5I A.II.I'477 t 101 H 4'lN 4 IM'4' lOOnt '11 0'.1 commercial
4' + 1' Bulla and
0 64+ 0.4SIotlool | 4't : 11 r IH I + H ... COP' CV4HI7I I 01014. I : utility
SilnSlo 7 Al Itltn IIKp ll't 111, 3J' L.Lt 41 405+ .4 'r. 4H> *7'4' t7<* 7,461I11.so 11" 144 1441oniPw .'... 01
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lilt pA310k 1' It] II] 1 L. I ,. + Is' S.nC. .11 I 1 *}' tlHI* I''. 510550-I closed 17.50-1950, few head
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374 14 11 II C t Ik CV4HH1 44 lOt" lOt .
47 314 t
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McCul lOin 101" 101't

**WM'l." .JIII'.U 244 144 014 46 N 40 54.. II 14oot04110 Ck I 3 I. ',,. M 305+- 1 1'4Elcolm .., Lund LOOclICS, ... 7"s .4'' 5 5i4 4'1ho. ,. $. Inu".' Ml 14 14'.'... It 13H St++ HonP 'Sb.P.s "'" 2100"0'0' 1.15'*+-f IHAtlCltL UAtlCltL Cotl Con'OI lill 4'lltl I UH 0,lot UH-+ 'i 4* 5111.52 1'.1'' ..' 3 t'. M'4 M'U' Sheep compared with last

'"mll..1 ,., II 154 N. 14. l's.A0l 51' .'. I 1 04+ M -2 tM pIM I Ills 11H+ HSovrt 4tW I tlH tlH tlH-f Vt Co.1 cvliTt 1 lOtH '0" 101'*+ 14 iM7 I" 1 O''+ l Friday slaughter Iambi :m.7$

..nlO U It 514 504 .- 04 'VOlc in i W., ii'' Pltnor I. JH Itt'410.0 "4'iii7 lunin mi in 4. v* 4Htl 0'' '0"* P.lol I
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*511011 .tSd II 1105 U 15'11-' 14 Alllll, ', I* |'_ ISElCo.oom MO..1 '1 .. .'\ 515 .1 Scurry Rln, 13 14 + HSbdAMIII AM"tt l>. 1".. It tl HAtlP.tf Crow e.1,III) I ''' *+ 'I 1'.10. 110.71." |, Mt So's' Mt M'f' higher, shorn Iambi at the full
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Ailed pIll 4 al's 4 141 'okr w a 1' 1 IHU4 WHAuttC H cr. 1" I ".+ ,
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77004 3514Ct I. ., Plywood 10 ,'. in' t't 4I* NH_ < 0" aI 'I' 11114 12" .dvance.
,54105 Coos lb 5004 1 IH_ \ 1" \Sb CV4 lll tS H'* tl'4' > U I. \ .
14,1 1414' + Oo Ilo' M,1 ,10515. 000 7,4 W Alrlln M94 TH I :; Pub 11 1 loll 1'" Is
0414 + 0"4 1"-
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,440.01 .!III II 1114 105 II '. 00405454414+ 04 "Ie" > 1 I I + I I" slaughter :
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17' 11 04 0"+ lit I'S l'l It- 5 -B 11',1,1' .
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1014 bOA 3''t ItIoo,051 MeP1c 1 04 1114 ,. 1.401010 (rt 7'. 7155 4in tin tin" '" DuoS "'' IM'4' fit flHt 1'ult | I4't 14', t4'tVI'
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. 414 h.ll f s' 355 "" .1. 550 ,'1+ 13'. 14H+ HSorv CV4'M10A II 77>4 711H blOW' Mt I7't M't+ IHO.ILW .7 1 IOIH IOIH 101H+ I
; ',I'' 0251000 s 1 7. .1 1.,, "I "s" 0015+ 'M. '. I 1 I 1.'. I' Coos n 41 ,- t*'BIO 4'ttl' II ; 50 4> I* SolO 1 Ills II '- It PuBieo I tl fl tl I at hlgheit level In flvi yeara.

1/ **W 000$ e.. 7 1" 1 'Cr1.5... II 314" 3 4.. 'MIoSTI 1 7'. 7. 1'-7.- Sorvomocn 17 ,. l's'l I B40 4 40 ll>4 1414-f Vt DOW 41-411041. I 1ft "'. M '. PubSIO ... T M'4' M'4 M''*+ good and choice 80110ba

I. 75540pP41 5" .. 04 MIIsos,35 6 15 Solon L .SO* 14 1) ,, !!>.+ .BIO 1'7I II tl'4 OIls tin-f I* 0... '" S" M't+ '4 I MOt
4.0.40 'n 7 '. Ins MIS 7 1"s MIollo M.I 37 StiMT IT .'. .', S..Lob 514.53 13 III 114 5 It70 IT ._ -
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,, ,I .70 4 4 6 7 5il11ol i T, $7 + 'SSlInCrO Sotln' 4'o.il 1J4III 110 110 Vt inn laS ,"'.+ i .
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233143 ... -F- 't 30 t't .'. '', .,.. I. "', BrdM IHill 1 U't' U't ll't' > VtBoitM Du* ... HH t4H I4H+ I'. A till n Tt + ,.lower.
l0t.lt OIl S II Slrnpsooo,10' I M't' 31-1 I IMI W'4 41 I'tBlntM Out Lt $ I !)'. SLOP b21 "'. U't I9t+
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$70 I50t Ptm Art .Mt I tin' 1',- .. 45010 107. 04 111I Lid 111 71 I 4'/ii7or' ,. 1" 11 > I close No.1 and 2 200-220 lbs
Ir.1 1. 44o I MillIon' I. 0" .. 114 M't Brill' My "'. t7''* tllllSI IvitT 4 SILl Iil4ilt I M't .
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Ill ChIll 1 I 515. '141- ', 1 '"'I,' M1o014 hi I 1.1 11.16 Ills I$ 1 II ,:< I: 14'*+ 'S I' cn'till 1 104 VtCtnPM I'l c..' ISt Ml ,. H'4IH Soon II ..I .104"" lOin 103HSorlKAC .
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'Mail Order Bride' Tells Story J V : ; QUIET THERE IN T TO VOOVE HAPPEN OVEN OOTINTHfi TO THAT CAKE





Of Name-Only Frontier Marriage



In America frontier days Metro-Goldwyn.Mayer outdoor hellion takes a tensely dramatic turn.
I the mail order catalogue was drama "Mail Order Bride" this The situation Is brought about [ Burt Kennedy wrote the screenplay
the source of supply for almost I convenient catalogue furnishesa when lawman Buddy Ebaen I for "Mail Order Bride"

everything and In the .new wife for a recalcitrant_ young rides into the 1890 frontier town and also directed the Richard E. 4J/

of Congress Montana to tame Lyons production Iw'bi.sw nna /A.h"NAI
NEW Kate Dullea son of his dead I Sierra Mountain -
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friend If he refuse to marry
12,45 D :11.7:14: Lois Nettleton a young widow All of the film' settings and rI

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and whom he hopes will prove lions In the High Sierra of
: s 4 settling Influence on Dulles the northern California H/AV7pM/ i
I latter will lose his father' ranchto Buddy Ebsen of the Beverly
the hot-line which Ebsen hold the deed Hillbillies" television show, is
comedy very much at home in the saddle -
r: suspense Mock Marriage .
I of his ex lawman role scare
Dullea therefore marries Mill ,also Keir Dullea, the award-
I Nettleton, but It I II a marriage winning liar of "David and
in name only. She helps him Lisa." and Warren Dates who
, rebuild his ramshackle ranch I has become a specialist In vil-
house and gradually an affinity I lain roles.
I i grows between them and they Lois Nettleton, rememberedfor
pose as a happily wed couple I 'Period of Adjustment" and
Peter Sellers George C. Scott although Dullea II only waiting '"Come Fly With Me" play her -

for a way to gel rid of Ebsen I first outdoor characterizationwith
Stanley Kubrick'sDr.Strangelove before putting an end to his'' sincerity and conviction CAR SMAKE I PLEASE t O Ui j CMS LOUSAPPLB.IN .

mock marriage It I II when I IDulll'a' Others adding in "Mail Order THE HONOR OF APPEARING Ar .. ,

double-crossing, cattle-I Jride' are Barbara Luna Paul OUR! OPENING CAME TO THROW
thieving friend Warren Oatei, I Flx Marie Windsor and young
,OK: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb burns down the ranch house In :Jimmy Mather a* the fatherless I our THE FIRST FALL. 0

I IT'S A MUST SEE r a blaze which comes close to I boy 8
taking the life of Miss Nettle- Mail Order Bride" starts F .
on'* young son that the story 1 Thursday at the Polk Theater
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TONIGHT IS THI NIGHT TO GO OUT TO A MOVII

I OPEN 6:30 SHOW 7:30 LAKELAND DRIVE.IN-Tonight through Wednesday 'Sun FILMLAND DRIVE-IN-Tonlght through Tuesday, 'Move SILVER MOON DRIVEN Tonight

II day In New York' with Cliff Richards and Jane Fonda. Also Over Darling; with Doris Day and James Garner Also show 'The Choppers,' and 'Eegah,' both starring Arch through Hall Tuesday Jr
i fiRST DRIVE.IN STARTS showing 'That Kind of Woman,' with Sophia Loren ing. 'for Love or Money' with Mitzi Caynor and Kirk Douglas.
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j SHOWING I I TONIGHTI 1-- House Concord

I Mass now a memorial wit the I

f Adult Entertainment! I home of Louisa May Alcott Top Cast AssembledFor


.. I SHOWN AT 7 30 AND 11:10: I IA DEAF MAN PERFECTS I

I TINY HEARING AID I

.-.' bold b'shln9, V1NNEAPOLI' UtNN A millrkiblr 'A Tiger Walks'
they hnrlnt aid UK been poroctMl -
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hBrln for ".orl, **. t. ri.Till For "A Walks Walt
In studio
tY"i Tiger Ing cast history billing with Sabu, Edward Andrews '
imull Metes hu no dtmllnirardi Disney has assembled three top Brian Keith Vera Miles and Una Merkel I, PeterBrown

YM1 w and nnroirnU or npirlt a ....truiunltllni end inuiutlinn onus'.. stars and the largest support Pamela Franklin share top Kevin Corcoran, Jack I
JANE FONDA Ida to S product M rotor Albertson Theodore Marcus.
natural kWthrs. AT THE THEATERS Frank Aletter Donald May
It WH dovtjonti oipocUHl for thou Merry Anders, Arthur Hunni-
tenon. who cm near. but tin"I unItnlind ILMLIIND DlIlva.IN POL" THlAnllTo.
1 --j Thu n.. .hMrlni InitrunumirovldM Today Uirouah. T' ..oarMors OverOirllni ..: 'e.p s a WA.sdort 'Dr cutt Connie Gilchrist Fran
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and For Love .or .1." McHugh and Doodle Weaver
"r.r.IwN" karma with thowrarvr Wrdntidiy and Thunday A -'i; Thur.... !ha... Saturday: Mall Of-
Dleklnf up ...rb. ......., Love ind A Time to Die and "A doe arid co-starring.
I uwlilon >n< ndta ., bli ..r. Hole In tho Hridfrldn IIOKY THUTlII IN....'
JIB and Saturday. The Choppiri"nab Today urrouh Fun In AraBulce As a small town sheriff who
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Du. to Iho UH of truiUUn, thtiwr ( and StrIp oirl' ran Love and Or must decide between killing an
red !. oxtromriy low. The Intrnmmt Tolls .. OHOVSTMIATIIIh. w> ,.day. : throuen Friday "WheelerDrelrri
WMnr.d.r: "Who' escaped Bengal tiger and los
SHOWN AT ':40 ONLY wilthi, onlr S M n li Bn "?.1.. In My and" and. Bret oC Hit Storm.;' POLK-Coming: '
soon, 'Kissln Cousin
bout the .1.! of > ..wins thlBblonardlr -. ThIe'd.r throMi ..Iu" ,,, "Cem.dyof iLurrf*.*.: It.ml..oI" and "0000. ing his daughter respect. or with Elvis Presley
notlc.Ujl. rot powerful. Terror.." awe In ems'MOON the Clenda Farrell Pam Austin and Cynthia
SOPHIA IILVIII DII'VI.IN saving tiger and losing his .Pepper
in "THAT KIND OF WOMAN"LOREN IAMILAND D IV1 IN Today Mrowk Tu.WN aM.1d1"d
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send tour nmo and address .> a Tech Ihou.h Wxlnvidiy "surdsto The Chopper:' :job Brian Keith essay his
ooilcard .. TKLIX. DeCO. CJ 3054rxctlilor Woman N.w;.York and Tbat Clad of WNfnoiday and Thuridar. "Lani ., sixth starring role In a Disney lass named Hayley Mills with dian costume and character asa
... tie fttt Ouna ana Imitation atPrW
Bird. Mlnnupolli Tnurmiy end Frlda, "Don.lh sad feature. He has had her fourth Important role in
you will ant lit Sine of Bibrlon' lid "k"OOD leading courageous animal handler in
bo full iDformallonlihoul end
on, oblliatlon ..._. and the "BI... rand nd." .:"J\.rtll:\ "r.Wi'u-'T,:"* parts In Savage Sam," "Moon three year She won critical "A Tiger Walks."
aurA.r \.IOIo"h the '1. of '
STARTS TONITE I -Mv. r oa imian end' ttii *"* and ItoJtJgpUffS.Four' Pilot," "The Parent Trap." acclaim on both sides of the Edward Andrews. a versatile
... 2 FIRST AREA SHOWINGS OlI! : end Stvep. Women rros T...... .nd .-wars a..nnd, th. ."M'II tot.. ,"Ten Who Dared," and the recently -Atlantic with her perfurmances actor who Is equally effective
-' IiURNDi t:. ----D.,. '''Wb..-Noe completed feature "Those in "The Innocents" with Deborah .a comic or heavy plays
publicity -
sitftpmi In Mr
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snows AT one and I' JIr I AVON PARK.. :-Hllana. Sunday; IB New Crazy Galloways." Kerr and "The Lion" with .hungry Governor bent on
GROVE COMING MARCH 26th ,.AR'I'OW. -Outdoor' m In Urdu Vera Miles, has starred In a William Holden. Walt signed killing the tiger in his third
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and R" her to play a dog.loving, thief- feature
: .AI Tnft'J'c'r OlaI number of picture Including assignment for Disney.
1 Yp Ya L a1Npwea.else WALT DISNEY "A TIGER WALKS" AKI elI A WALFS rr Ct I lato. TIM ;Vlntnri,,;"ft" "The Searchers," "The Man catching ragamuffin In his "The Arthur Hunnicutt the character

YIIU ferret ,PLANT, CITY-cap'ui' "WII'. ordir" Who Shot Liberty Valance" Horse Without a Head" and actor from Gravelly Ark.,
N GROVI PARK SHOPPING CENTER PLANT rld.CITY-allCaratsrllt.l h..tadwiturai Thlrt "The F.B.I. Story" "A Touchof was so impressed he broughther essaya hi* second farmer role
I ol M'rl n Jonaa aid "'f l.o WHO to the United State to for
Rd tsar.few w reNnreN..Irt.a Soon Larceny Psycho" and play Walt 11th. fearless Mr.
A aavr..aA.a w 1I 9 DOORS OPEN 12.45 DAILY IIi nanInnI: RINa-&.."... :"llrol1 The J..I"Vlrtora end "Beyond This Plsce As Brian the youngster who instigates a Lewis. He previously played a
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e "Oollilh and We
NOW SHOWING Sm',. of Babilon,and ...... and "A Tiger Walks," Miss Miles the tiger in "A Tiger Walks' Fox" TV aeries
ALSO AT s.as only n eliva Quern
TNiY'aa TOOAV'S DARING. ANOS.OUS SILINOUNTSI WAUCHULA' Slarllle' "Flaaie Not play her first role for Disney. Una Merkel' role a* the The smiling Irish fact of
,WINTER Now and HAYHN'A _Vary-ntu Private Or Blranielove Affair Pamela Franklin, at age 13, Is penny-pinching Mrs Watklns Frank McHugh has been a welcome -
Skews Ar. I :00.1:01.5:12.7:21.9:10JJj
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WIN-TEH IndAnts HAVtN-Hivin In the Ml.1 ..... beginning to emulate the success : her third co-starring assignment sight to movie fan since
\ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT I the Jirale God...." and bland ol story of another English Jar Walt Disney She he played with Bin* Crosby in
:.: recently completed "Summer -
"Going My Way He portrays

I II II I DEAN "Who'sBeen i en Beautiful Lake ThonotoMSM Burl Magic"Ives with, and Hayley previously Mills and appeared I who a nervous mimes gas his chance atation to owner bag

I '- iaa MALL,atL 1 I I In "The Parent Trap." a Bengal tiger
MARTIN STEVE'S With 22 feature motion picture Jack Albertson who began
ASK S TM HOl tESr Sleeping and
t over 1M television his career as a hoofer on Broad.

QUESTIOIfOf'''[DA't. n in My Bed ?" RUSTIC LODGE r ihow to I II bit one credit of the Kevin busiest Corcoran -'way tongued M years publicity ago, nan plays glib Sam

TONIGHT TUESDAY_ I young acton in Hollywood. He GrantMerry
iiII&! ; -t -- WORLD FAMOUS FOR
All COLOR- MOORAM- plays Tom Hadley a boy who Anders play barmaid
LocaMIni;lo norm o) Moo.UI. MwyTM a1 risk his life to save a little Betty Collins

IIMtlorli } 1 STEAKS ... SEAFOODS girl from being mauled by a Frank Aletter play news.papermaa .
/jantca /poll" w *" : a'--- man-eating tiger, In this, his Joe

slag garner/bergvn *. *x, : f::1- : { '. a-......tar now* Mice iiMiiirtM on NxhM tram ItktlaiMl* in .**(fellow vivo era MOO Inlerwtnl low on.4.._to SMw yo latest for Disney Maroons I* sadistic Riley Theodore animal|

taMimk........bVMNOHtlN"more ,. Peter Brown was to convincing :- handler Josef Piett, and Doodle
S} 1",. J t, ,.. -. : fee leienreffeu Cell (elk tr CM "Summer a* Hayley Magic Mill" he*' won beau his In weaver essays the role of hotshot -

Cocktail Close. reporter Bob Evan.
over darling" OQO 14L.TF1
second role for Walt as Vern II color by
7OO-IO/I Technicolor
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c-r: QNUUHOrt COlMttftUM -1UZA1OM MARTIN JILL Lounge Monday Goodman. Brian Keith's right Tiger Walk- was directed "A

MONTGOMERY' BALSAM 'ST.JOHN TAMPA hand man on the tiger hunt. Norman Tokar Bill by
pt u. IICO" ale TIc Ki1Ne NIT' SHOWN AT *4S ONLY The late Sabu who Anderson
boy
a* a
A ILI..1 nM .rf md co-produced
I MITZI FOR LOVE OR KIRKDOUGLAS COIETEIIrrM.M :NY1 SOO MEWL TAW I FOSTER R 0 M CAMU BURNETT TtMOdeye ........ Sctwfey*-4:10 to 10:10 ,... won plaudit a* Alexander Kor- Buena Vista with release Walt. Disney

GAYNOR 'OR MONEY D :=:.a nem coior-MiM iioir.0=- I..r-I Ie 10 ,.... da' Elephant Boy and Jungle The picture starts March U
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DEAR ABBY I NAVE etirNM' I*iffRti'umE f rr WAS VERY FOR At,TItAT /f.

e e Whot'ayourll"JblemHor .., SEAR tAls PEf4CIL"PAL 1S1tIEf/l/ M' ct a6iJbr's El.9tNI: PAINJat7t.. !Nor MY TEAM !!!

e.rnrol nply. wrtte toI 5 r Mvs.tW, > $.(MM our I
r Abbv, IoIc 1365. a-rty OF A fLINt
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A Thought HIIL 11 If.addnwd, tolI and stomped h+ udt'ope. -= fn

"' Abby anrwers all 1

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Abigail an Buren


DEAR ABBY: I am a 32-year-old widow with four boy her before he even sees her. Just keep tolling him taw
to rilse. I havE no desire to marry again but all my friends "good" she would be for him Yaur best move would be to SicwfHIT1.THIS INSURANCE SETTLEMENT ANOTHER TON O' iT ALLrTO WERI INC1,00D LAW LIKE PITCHERS OF'EM ONE HERES'sO'PROPOSALSf

tell me my boys need a father. They art always arranging arrange for them to meet "accidentally." And let him "dis OF TWO MILLION c TNEMEELFs IN DiKIN15C.IN'T
for me to meet this man and that man. I love my boys very cover" her for himself. FRONT BUT NONE OF'EM LOOKS TUR <

much and am raising them In a good Christian atmosphere. PAGES, FAILS TO CHEER JTRANOTNr DOWN,aOt4" l3
They are good boys, and I discipline them when they need It
Just as a father would do. I take In sewing and manage to DEAR ABBY: Our baby Is only three months old. My LOAOST GRIEVING. WIDOWER !U HOUSCVAORtt7F

keep my bills paid so I don't need a husband to support us. I husband's family Is quite wealthy and they have spent a lot on a ODAsr Ah shore misses
believe If the good Lord Intends for me to have another husband gifts for her I must admit there Is a great deal our baby j e Daisy M stated &
Ha will take care of It Himself. Do you think I should wouldn't have If It weren't for them On the other hand my the
accept the company of men with marriage In mind just parents barely make ends meet, and, though they would love new young
because people think my boys need a father even though to buy things for our baby, they can't afford to. Our I* the millionaire.Dotn'her* M !L :
I don't think I need a husband? only grandchild on both sides and both sets of grandparents i- chores .- a, qe
SATISFIED are wild about her But we don't want her to grow "O' has nearly broke

DEAR SATISFIED As a Christian you mutt know that up thinking that because all the presents come from one'set w! ) moh backs... .*. ...
the Lord said, "It Is not good that man should be alone." of grandparents the other set doesn't love her as much.'What ___ "" -
(Genesis II. 18.) And the same goes for woman Cod helps can we do about this? Or should we just keep quiet and teach

those who help themselves and perhaps Cod Is trying to help our child that love means more than presents? PLEA6ED TAXI IT US4'f0 WHAT SNI'1ROZE'twPPtNEO POOR CMICKf \ NOTHINGS
you through thoughtful friends. NEW PARENTS AND MEEfr ? cHKx WITI WHAT DO W* IUUCT LET
THIS IS OUR DEAR
DEAR PARENTS: The affection of children 0001055? HER HAVE
vary young FRIEND FROM TW! MOON r HER RAY.r
DEAR ABBY: Have you any suggestion for getting our Is easily\ bought with gift*. It takes a mature mind to reason =... MOON MAE MEET 1 kt .'( HERRCYWFNft
ion to date a certain girl? This girl Is charming, intelligent, that "love" means more than presents. Your husband should t
has a wonderful personality and would be an ideal match explain this to his generous parents They'll understand $ I/

for our son He b 25, but be seems to prefer the more glam- fffN
ourous flirty type. We know that once he gets to know this DEAR ABBY: What Is your opinion of a man who come = ( I
girl, he would appreciate her fine qualities.PARENTS into someone's home and sits the entire evening in the company \ \\
of man and women without removing his hat? Thank you --
DEAR PARENTS I can't teU JOI bow te get your seato D. McC r P \ /

-date a certain girl, but I can tell you how to sour him en DEAR D.t He has either ao manners no hair. er a new hat a Ie.Me, S (lt



WORRY CLINIC PUZZLEBy 1 i


GEORGE W. FRANK
New 'L.EP4 WENT WHAT 6ORTA) JL TH' SOODEST 1 ZONE) BELLE
Way SuggestedTo Z HEARSE AN'TIEDl COOK DID EINTH' HOLLER!!! ms BRUNG HER MAW
1 / a. s t s w ar ra uie '
GOT HITCHED 1W DADBURN VE GIT? I 'e TO LIVE WIF BSf
Raise Money ( 7 LAST WEEKr KNOT
WiLL'M / SNUFFYt

By George W. Crane, Ph.D., M.D. r Aea. t r .

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CASE S-tll Mary S.< aged It also costs the average
42, Is president of a large cigarette smoker about $2(0 ( r \1 V
church women's society. per week for his cigarettes, so
"Dr. Crane," she begin if he stops smoking, the husband ze e .a 1a4
"we support a missionary In can easily add that $2.50. -
,Africa. So we In this way, many a familycan
are looking for contribute an extra $5 per ..eu
novel ways to week during such a contest I
raise money. and especially during Lent.

,"Do you shave WHflTSHflPPEN I7M NOTCERTAIN AS HOW DID YOU HAPPEN JSr/lUTSLL YOU ABOUT TMT STo
anything TMNItTDOTOU "*\VK MSHE'S IN A cone MERE m 7 LATER DOCTOR/RKSHT NOW I,7EANIEB
to suggest besides The church gains this extra 1lPONlKAMININO< KN H DOCTOR* > ? COMWfTMAYOR< APARTMV4 WANT fROYDEN TO COME DOWN
church cash gift while both husband 4$ 4e a ..adr NIN, V\Y NOT M FROM LIEUTENANT} 10 HEADQUARTERS WiTM MUI
and and wife benefit In greater R. \ NARCOT Of D LIKt 10 ASK HIM SOMe
suppers health and longer life. IMMEDIATELY / QUL3T101LBf4 /
rummagesales CALLS FOR ANAlI'eulANCI .. ,
?" To lose weight quickly you n \ .yl
can adopt my dehydration !:oil 10 TRANSFER o ,'ti ,,ice -
Former Dean plan whereby you limit your O MERTOTH *
w r of DR. CRANE: fluid Intake to one full glass ee 1
our Northwestern University the first day; two the second; .
and three from the thirdthrough t. Y
Law School once attended a -
dance when the admission the tenth days. s1te/sa

charge was based on your 1Thla low fluid intake helps ACROSS
weight, 'kill hunger, so you can then
A beam medical Kales was 'stay more easily on your 800 t Droll. priest 48 Juniper,
bl the lobby and everybody calories per day food Intake 1 FaUure. deacon.. 49 Southern --

was. supposed to step thereon.Th tor women; or' 1.3N for men. /to Slender 29 Happen: constellation REMEMBER,ecwt... CK.FULUR 6AIP THAT WOOL
admission lea: .% but include aflessi 400-to : SDKdy in NEeelo ALL KI6HT' II5A IN 7HKKWAT10N
was J4 or !150 A Phi Bete. WE MONPM f MI99 WUIAM9IU ASK wEt1 Juer iL10KN RS ''
Cent per pound. But if a ,ai- SIlO calories worth of protein, Variety 32 Sbeepllke. COULD eta use. FOR A FEW JPHFULLEK.! Slaw AND LE VEIA ROOM.I -
loot male wished to avoid embarrassing for your body does not store I\I8Va. 33 Brida'. 5J Say further MCOW8.JOT W 1MJ WITH
his plump female protein but has oodles of fat 15 VolcanIc 37 Granular III Roof tit& JUer W K! NCR! Jf)

companion! he just deposited and sugar. roeIt. snow field. dwelllnl.II '
a dollar for her Send for my booklet on Fair 38 Time of 51 Boredom. i
Well this lame plan has "How to Lose 10 pound In .Tlpne.e. beauty 80 SmiU C 7 (
often been used as a money 10 Days," enclosing a long 17 More 39 Unit of lpeed. wild ox, -
raising device for churches. stamped return envelope, plus rational, 40 Moat ItyliJh III Project. (
And you can adapt It to 20 cents 18 Constitution42 Stretched 112 Coin of
group dieting by your entire It can streamline you plump al addendum. tight. Thlnlnel. F t .
group For example pair off folks and also add much revenue 20 Purposl. 43 In the air. .3 Put 011
your women members so that to your church. 21 Rich lodt. 44 Business pard.. 1 1I
two "fatties" will comprisea Some women's groups have 23 00Uy1 deal. 64 Acquire by 1i
team. added $300 to $1,000 to their 24 Nlctltltlnl. 45 Treeless Arlibor..
church offerings via their 28 Bishop lenUne tracts 85 Slcnlfy, i
them In. And
Then weigh reduction and tobacco
every week or at the usual weight DOWN oarA5LtnPWSEFa I DONT WANTVCIU Tt7CVN WELL.ANYwAV.
meeting of your group, weigh abstinence. D Oter 0WIF'bR SMALL !
.them again. 1 SpecIal 12 Of the spirit picture atJPPFR o uRF
The one who has feat the .Ituatloa. 13 Musical projector
most poundage gets In free 33 Students Die 2 Algerian mufflers 41 Cut at
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at the class party whereas lea port. IVentures.. ran4om.
the loser,pays for both*at As Bus PlungesInto 2 Pert. to 22 The 42 Leash rlnlS.

possibly V4 cents per pound. River command. individual. 44 Huge extinct ''it
Again take Inventory of 4 Frozen 25 Variety of bird. d
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church members both I //y
de.sert.
apple.
your A 45 Oblong yelS .r
PASTO, Colombia (AP) -
male and female regarding Acetylene 27 Cattle lowlsh fruit.
about 40 schoolchildren
bus loaded with
their addiction to smoking. IOUrel. dellen. 48 Sphere of
headed for a three-da
If a wife Is too plump and 1 Cut of beef. 28 Covenant. action.
her husband Is a cigarette outing plunged down a 300-foo y Tibetan 29 '
At all
cliff into a river Friday and I tlmea. 47 Kin, arant.I i
user, then urge them to make listed J-I priest 30 Frozen dew. 48 Ohio
authorities yesterday
a Joint resolution to eliminate I Bikini 31 Plunder politician
both bad habits. dead. chlmber. 33 Musical S1 Hawaiian
Since every pound of blubper Police said 30 bodies had bee I Vital
recovered from the turbulent enerl character dance. I RtLltVt; YOU ARE NEW AMONG IM 5URI IT MOULD H PKOFITAELfr FOR t:i
around our '"equator"actually least waters of the Rio Cualtara. The I 10 Dlckena' :u Retribution. 32 Elken. ml.! ,.BUT TOUR fllP INDICATE* AM THE EKTIIU CLASS IP YOU DID WW7HIN4 jfjf*
represents at Weller. 35 Other. M Twofold. STILL SEETHING MISS OEEDEE IMPRESSIVE RECORD Of JTUW AND FROM ONE OF POOR RECENT ROB.-W!
$3.50 In groceries if we diet of the dead were said to hav I II Feudal 38 Heavy long 65 Kitchen herb, ti INWARDLY AT DANEri VbALLE?.. fROft IONAL EWERtNCEl MNWl IH "MEM6CR Of THE
off any surplus weight,we csn been teachers accompanylni I superior or gun: S. Afr. 57 Toast color 0' SARCASTIC WARNING IKEN,JHAKBPIAW:,CHtWW( wcDOINvt
easily afford to contributethat the group from a school la tilt subject 3S Motion- 9 Punch Ca DttDttSUDDENLY /
$2.50 per pound as an extra Ecuadorian border in the tom I HEARS NER NAME 'r
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church offering of Iplales. Solution to Friday's Puzzle CALUD"
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: A A naao AiENS aau l Friday's crptogram: Poll 1'M FROM. Coins IN, HAYS SUMS YOU WTI, AND ASOOT P MY0 yos WANT sususo 1b mowPQT)40 WAR
Td HAYS TO
7111 U.c.CON MA'AM..: GUnSTIONs mtt WI NADpcAPI
FRa/ARAT10Ne
ster ecstatic over provocative ASK MR.Yi"R evae Vega N
r, a ULATG..TOad OIK MISSION,YOU WIU.UAWI
1 atatistirs..eeV iq ..erL"5 ese Ravin- WITH Mal.Yoga llOTHINU reoM AiS/ "
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Accused Of WifeFORT
Man Slaying A is I I TKAL COMMAND AIR E

LAUDERDALE (AP- for the couple's children because / A t n i

A 27-year-old Coral Gables fire. Allchin refused to support WNILi.. ., a .tlt.t.

man whose wife drowned Sunday them. / r

when their car plunged Into Allchin told police his ca i

a canal wu charged Friday with went out of control when he 4

her murder and held without tried to adjust his sunglasses

bond. and that he attempted to save I

Broward County Sheriff Alien his wife. WHAT )CU RSALW SOUPsY Its, E WROra DONANiFT
Mlctan said Robert Atkhln was I TNa WHAT AN.WSMTo WERI/ TiTi f.Ti ii Fi'iTrT'. LA)' FjTTT r,T lw rr
DONd, PlARJ/
OLD DOUGH
charged with Intentionally driving 1Ha Tausvt + MIN r
the car into the canal to' The term "Shekels" frequently itoTm i iOOQ
r drown his pregnant wife, Elizabeth used a* a slang term fa ,1
25. They have four children money, date back many thousand -
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Deputies said they began their of years. A shekel was y b
Investigation when they received originally a weight and a currency Z' I
SIDIWALK DRAMA Artr..s Olivia "..m... ties M.. the reports AHchln had beaten his of the ancient Babylon r C py aHlrletsaTS II
sidewalk ,., IM <....tle! .widen .. her sale 'I. the steele ...., wife on several occasions and Sans, Jews, Phoenicians and other
I. a c....- to whirl! .. spends wars trw-1 as as sheName. was arrested last Christmas Eve people It came to be Ox u I
sashes N the ...... whore" she II hit by a .."'". see. oa charge of firing a pistol at chief illver coin of the Jewi 4J I
her nle of a terrified _eo she erwh" N ...- .*"-.* her after she asked police to about 140 BC and wa wortt
".tow" I.ak lA' Wire,..... swear out a dependency warrant, about 60 cent. r

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By JOHN M. TAYLOR Director 14 tables of duplicate players.The present he said there are about t Club members will tour the FOOD

! Lakeland Duplicate Bridge Club winning team was the ,000 persons in the Florida Kraft Foods plant for the program 6rkuTr
Lakeland of Mrs V. D. of the next II1COYt1
NORTH pair meeting.
EXCHANGE prisons, there are about 6,.000on
I .-AI Flesher and Jim Nicholls. I) probation. Of the 8,000 Rehearsals for the upcoming QUANTITY RIGHTS TUESDAY"j
I"'\ 5932 They had Just under a 62 per CLUB annual Lions Club Minstrel show
a :jl about 5,000 have been placed on
cent game. Second place went probation by the courts the are now in full swing. The
*- to Mrs. H. G. Morris and Ted show will be presented on April FOLLOW
other 3,000 have served time
Harland of Winter Haven 4. 1
i WEST EASTASS Two Detroit
. Tiger scouts will\ and placed on parole.
A342V873 Third place honors went to be the speakers at the next the club lastweek's JUNIOR
\ : Visiting during
Mrs Hall and this columnist
: V-K 44Q8J Doug meeting of the Exchange Club. 'lbomasDillon
meeting were
I *-<5 of Lakeland. The Au They are Ed Katalinus chief CHAMBER
of Owossa Mich., W. D. ,
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I burndale team of Mrs. Graham O.
{ -KQJ710854 scout and Bernie deVlveiros, Taylor, International counsellor
I I SOIJr'HdlKQJ1073 Mulkey Cochrane finished 4th.and 0 Taking M. west coast scout. from St. George Ontario Canada COMMERCEApplications

During the last meeting three ; and J. 0. Parshall of Richmond -
*-4 5th, with a sectional, were for the Mis i s
I members
I"" new were Inducted Into Va.There .
4AKI094AS Mrs. Hughes Steele of Winter Lakeland pageant to be held
\. Haven and Dr. F. W. the Exchange Club. They will be a directors'meeting
Country. April 2 and 3 are being takenat
were John Bickard Thomas McCormick -
Tuesday night at the
I'rl s Every team holding the man of Indiana. and Thomas Payne the Jaycee office on Lake
Borden Dairy Conference Room.
Two Winter Haven couples Mirror Drive. This year's con
above N-S cards at a recent
4S.IIIIII
took sectional 2nd awards. test will feature a coronation
game In Winter Haven con. ,
They are Mr. and Mrs. Frank ball on the final night at the
tracted for a small slam
DOWNTOWN
'I Stapor and Dr. and Mrs. W. ROTARY new civic center. rG
MOlt South players were in
D. Burt. Sectional 4th place QUI LIONS Admission to both night's af-
6S some were In 6D. West
I always led the club king to finishes were recorded by Mr. CLUB fairs will be one dollar per per
put the declarer under immediate and Mrs. E. M. Dunham of Ft. son. Jaycees are taking ticket
\ Lauderdale and 0. O. Feaster reservations at their office.

,I pressure.South made and Doug Hall of Lakeland.A Two foreign exchange students Sgt Darrell R. Jansen, safety 1II11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111R1 .y
Only one player
of sectional 5th went to Judge will be the speakers during officer for the Florida Highway NOT RESTRICTED
Swindler
6S. Mrs. Perry
and Mrs. Robert Staufer of the next meeting of the Itotarp Turkey Is a Moslem ,
country
the last
Lakeland handled the heart Patrol. spoke to meeting FIRST CUT
Winter Haven. Club. They are Vera Leda of the Downtown Lions Club but It has many Christian $
suit correctly. After winningthe Lakeland Teams Win Olvelra Ealto.. graduate student about the new traffic laws churches, including Catholic
club ace and before drawing Two Lakeland teams won at Kathleen Senior High School which went Into effect on Jan.I. Greek Orthodox and Protestant, P
she led the heart
trumps from Victoria Esplrito Santo, Pork I
the Bartow masterpoint game. is well as Jewish synagogues. Chops
queen. When West played low, The firsts were won by Doug Brazil: and Christiane F, P. | .
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the went up with the dummy'sace Hall and Mrs. Theo Waits and Vander Borght, Belgium a student

\ and trapped East's king Mr. and ,Mrs. Paul Tyler. at Lakeland Senior High INVITATION TO BID
between the dummy's J-10 and School. =

:a II i' South' trumps. Two points Polk In the County Orlando players Section won During the past meeting Ty LM.N.IN FIN bid.,..w1/1, N .e1.ad.,e. -by fits e.'i:!,;: ANnL ells Y r=:a.. i HICKORY RANCH SLICED BR EAKFASTBACON =
When East failed to cover Tarbee of the Florida World's whiah Una all, bd.d. racalvad will aa. aaanad M tha .
;, al. Mrs. Morris won the .,M Ream. City Hall 1 Lakaland, '.. w.wr ..... alaud far tits fal.tawint
the heart jack Mrs. Swindler Fair Authority showed color i
LIMIT-I
Women's Pairs. Otto Rice of ,
discarded her losing club. She slides on the world's fair with Purnlah all likar, aaulpmant I and malarial far A rpart aivlni, .. WITH/ .
,,., Lakaland :,, & Airaart.Lakeland. 3'
Lakeland finished 2nd In theMen' Nk pradml and dilchlni
then pulled trumps and lost a emphasis on the Florida exhibit. Plarida, in ._._ with plan' and ._'..".n. rooo ; e
Pairs. ., .. ,, .. = ORDU }
12 tricks. Had r l nt d tpaolfleatlani a an flla at 55..NI af ttia Alraart Man. =
diamond for .
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East covered the heart Jack There will be a Charity ..,d N.ntnd a Dan .fmcrwi._,....tl.n.City may Mall...lakaland attained. by Plarida Oanaral On.C.M" ...aaay....-af "
) in Lakeland ., .... affica af Mid Dan atmaraan iiaan daaaiit af Ml M par Mlaf ..
with the king, she would have masterpoint game dacumenta. Oaaaeita, will ... returned. ta tha aantraetar uaan ra* -
tonight at 7 o'clock at Mor DIXIElAND turn af U.. aamplata' plant and apeeiflcatlena in aaad _.,".. -
been able to ruff and re-enter within tan (1(0) tha data af .... aaanlna NtM... and aan.tinaant -
\ rison's Cafeteria. Another LIONS uaen, d.r.e-N af a aana-flda "kid fram aantrattar.heuld -
dummy with the ace of spades masterpoint game will be ._"'.tha.....kidder.N ...=....::N'._.,n".1,. .I ecte. af daaumanta a.,prlar_ 4.ta....kid a iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiimuiiuii I I I I l I I G:
to discard a club on the heart aUB .. .. ...., ... .. ,
aat aama will aa .1. uaan paymant af 5 5 M
\ ten. Other declarers made played Tuesday night in Lake par art a.NYN. tha aaat af L/,.......... thara I
the mistake of drawing trumps land. There will be a Special William J. A lid Band .,._I ananitad ay tha Iddar and ar a ....1111.. >Uiliiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiliniiv'
in Bartowon Ruster district aartifiad aaihiara ahaek Nitianal ttata
Masterpoint game auraty. ar ar an5r ar
immediately limiting their supervisor of the 'an*. In a turn nat 1 laai than fiva paroant (tH> af tha ._n' kid*
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dummy entries and potentialto role Commission for Polk and .. a tuirantaa t.NniM' ., tha fram tha aam- FYNE-SPRED
masterpoint Sun- ... ,addw.M t1..I.S.a,5
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handle the heart suit. game .t..n after tha In tMNna.et laawardad
In Lakeland will be Hardy Counties was the speaker ta tha 'ddar, h. 1M within tan (1O) a\r. tharaiftar, antar I i
day night : ,
Wins Club Ace Into aantraat and furnltfi raauirad kand failin which ha tfiallfarfalt .
Only one of the South players played next Sunday because Dixieland at the last meeting of the '.,d .daaa.it.. ._aa,....I Iwuidatad In..n..danwaaa.ass 'NUI.d Tha M a.id.M land_,..Parfamunoaaauntari .. ,..5k N
Lions Club. He LARGE i
there will be no game on spoke anad ay an aaanay af aampinyiwhich
in the 6D contract brought of' the savings in lives and atanay tfiall Maw an NtbI":, :*.Ed FL!In tha City .LE.'O.RU =
: : size
Easter Sunday. The Polk ef Lek I Plarida and aa duly tharain. ,
home 12 tricks. 0. M. Mulkeyof money which the commission .ida .555. ... ,5.. d within a aaalad. anvalaaa with tits warda
County Team of Four Championship .
Auburndale gave himself will be playedin effects through Its rehabilitationwork. IALI0 and "bddN'aiD. "._ alairly LAHBLAND' ........MUNICIPAL an .... .....1.AUtPOMY.. ......... PMOjaCT
the proper double chance to game Tha City af Lakaland raiarvaa the naht ta waN Infarmallllaa In any
two sessions on March 28, kidi ta "raiart any ar all kidi In whala' Ne part with ar withautaauM "
make the small slam. After Ruster said that It costs and/ar ta tha kid that In Ita ludaMnant will .aa far -
in Lakeland at the Polk Federal as tha kail nN..N tha C,,,,.
winning the club ace, he much for the support of one
cashed the ace and king of Southgata branch community person In prison as it does for CITY or 1AKSLANO, fLOHIDA
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diamonds in the hope of dropping room. one supervisor who can super. O. ParaaPurahaalnt Aaanl .15155.555.LCHOICE

I the trump queen. Whenit vise 60 paroled persons. At e .
did not fall he shifted his FatherSonDinner .
I attention to the heart suit fora
club discard. He played Slated

the suit correctly and lost on-
J the for his 12 By Elks Lodge
'I ly trump queen ,
The Ultimate in
trlcka.Most.' Compact
declarers made the The annual Father-Son Din.

mistake of giving themselves ner of the Lakeland Elks Lodge\ TV Style and Performance ,
only one chance for the slam. will be held at the lodge club 1'1

They went to the dummy witha Friday night at 7:30: o'clock.
spade at trick two for the I
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diamond tiniuie. When it lost, Several members of the Detroit PHILCQ13WE

a club was cashed for the setting Tigers are expected to
trick. Although the diav attend and about 20 boys from i

mond finesse is slightly superior the Florida Baptist Children's Or..Irlt
I to trying to drop the home have been invited. )

queen the best percentage is During the dinner a movie on House
to try both the drop and still the 1963 World Series will be W
J' have the heart suit to fall shown.

\ back on If the diamond queen The dinner at $1 per person O

remains Intact. Is by reservation only because .
Lakeland Pair Wins of limited space. Reservations ?- ll a. )

The National Charity Sectional may be made by calling the SOUTHERN MADEGRITS LooK

In Winter Haven drew Elks I Club. .
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JC LEDGER..Sunday,.March_ Mfc. JMI----0 What's Crisper For Easter Than Organdy? Camp' Fire Girls Mark


Girl Scouts To Attend 54th Year On TuesdayLowaza


.. Camp Fin Girls of
. t Lime Street School will havea
Church Services Today
I'' : \ party Tuesday afternoon In

e the homo of Mrs. W B. RobInson

t. GM Scout Sunday u being is a checking account 353353. Their refreshments will
I, "'I j, observed today in churches, Leaden should retain duplicate .r Include a birthday cake to
: .11 over Lakeland with each deposit slips. and can the
girl attending the church of Scout House during the morning celebrate tint 54th Founder'sDay
.r. ._ \ her choice. In uniform. Catholic > boun to tell the chairmanon aa' and birthday anniversaryweek
: girl will be attending the duly he amount and date of Camp Fire. The program
r ,: 12 dock: mass at St Joseph of the deposit and the troop has been planned In i
,: Church for a special observ which U to be credited.
frontier craft and each girl
'lance, The Heart of Florida Ctrl
The cook, sale u now In Scout Council will hold Its will give a pantomime on a

'. I i i II" first week having! started March executive board meetIng famous scientist jTie costume yore and toys They will meet
. 7 r I I'I Saturday. Profiti go for the Thursday at II ..m. to she win wear wllUssist in revealing tomorrow afternoon In the

(I : purchase of camp sites, camp Ocala. Lakeland board mem- the none of. the scientist home of their leader Mrs.
,t: i: Ing equipment, canoes, apei ben planning to attend should Oneta Hernandez.
; I li i clal camping opportunities and cad the district chairman Mrs Ray Deft to their
"1M' Mn. Fend Merta. Gay Blue Birds of Cleveland
I ij: for construction of buildings guardian.
'{ on the campsite at Wildwood. Southwest Junior High Ca- Ek to to la' Camp Fire Girls Court, whoso leader is Mrs
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F. Bean have
(i Open House dette Troop 251 will go camping C. elected as
1 Cookie chairmen will, be on and canoeing this week of Cleveland Court School will officers, the following: presi
E Iii duty every morning this week end with leaden. Mrt. Walter have anlaternatlonaltet dent. Laura Bean: vice president .
j from 9 an. until noon at the Wetterhatl and Mn Thelma Thursday afternoon In the Peggy Woodman, secretary
f : I''I Girl Scout House, 201 Park AbeLA Y i 4 ra v. home of their guardian, Mn Linda deStefano, treasurer .
.., ". : view Place for leaden to pick Dew Junior Girl Scout Linda Brown, song leader .
i Ii! up more cookies. It also will troop If being formed at the Mike Kelley Each girl win Donna Limber; housekeeper
:|i be open from lam until 2 West Lakeland Church of God. bring a table decoration of a Karen Schultheis When
p.m. Saturday. It will meet Tuesdays from foreign country. They will they meet tomorrow In their
I; Leaden an deposit money 3:KM:30 p.m. under the leadership have as their guest t, Sally Lou leader's home, they will havea
i'l| In the Ctrl Scout Cookie Fundi of Mr*. Archie Bead St Patrick's Day party.
account Peoples Bank This and Mn E. Hamilton. : : .,/ ., Verner who took a trip around
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/ Susan Glllls and Patsy
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i i rI To Share Celebration o and Enjoy yI

I I I Crystal Blue Birds of Crystal I ,Bronell
Lake School will shire the
I : Semour Jacobson
I A.LINE Shaped with simplicity in a refreshing, relaxed FLOWERS Frosty Alpine flowers pristine celebration of Camp Fire

I' i I II look this Easter dress skims the body without touching it. The white bloom In embroidered allover design on a party dressof Birthday which: is March 17, David Goodstem

E 11 ty crisp airiness of white Swiss organdy embroidered In rich misty white Swiss cotton that rests lightly on tiny shoulders with the children in the pediatric Martini
wheat design la scalloped all around and worn over golden With the waistline raised to enlighten a small figure and marked
; ward of the Lakeland General
yellow. The Jewel neckline If softened by a bow and the shoulders by a big blue bow, such a high-stylo dress Is sure to shine In Royall I Lynne
I drop to form cap sleeves. the Easter parade. Hospital by making for
I them St Patrick's Day fa- Paul Blumonstein



.' f : Jose Molina Present TANGY APPETIZERGet I Mary BlackJamison ,

i ifi Company dinner this evening off Ben
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to boll stirring often. Partially

I 'jt By MRS. GLENN W. technique. The men were was partnered with Senor presenting the lengthy program cover: ; simmer 10 minutes stirring K.rituckv s
MORRISONJose Molina. Her of the now'and then. Add 1 cup
equally charming and they disposition The castanets were especially t.okelondO
'\ d danced with youthful vigor many ruffled train on her eloquent, there were shredded American cheese and
t Molina and his com
ti excellent line and requisite gown was a masterpiece of times when words would not 1 tablespoon chopped parsley
pany of Spanish dancen presented dash. art have been as expressive Heat until cheese melts, stirring.

BLACK an evening of first Beauty, Bravura Sharing choreographer hon Not the least In Importanceto Makes 4 servings:..-- i
t. rate theatre Friday night that Senor Molina If choreographer ors with Molina was Luis this talented ensemble are
BEAUTY Included a wide variety of and artistic director of Montero. ""Boundless enthusiasm its musicians A word of special I!
styles and subjects the company and the entire and extraordinary agili praise goes to guitarist
I 3y Henry Let There program U under his direction ty" best described hn danc'ing and pianist The playing was
t were studies His dancing was accurate with Luisa Mora and Ro- always beautifully meshed
,S \ Faal1io..lmportant In pure form and beautifully dispatched. clo Gomes In ''Viva Navar with the dancers. The solo t @
r f for the new season la folk dances, There was genuine bravura ra." numbers played by guitarist

It' Henry Lee's handsome Improviga-. In his leaps and turns; The costumes created by CarOl Martinet and pianist
flemenco
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hit grand je te was worthy designers In Spain were beautifully Senor Masclarelli were .enthusiastically -
I heath so sleek and slim \ o staffing and of the enthusiastic applause. detailed and authentically received. 0f
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I. fa 100% cotton embroidered s things all the other that He was convincing at a designed.The "La Trianera" was the flamenco t
.t : ;! lover and carried off his Various audience was taken on finger
eyelet with buyaJere .. make Spanish of where feck CoratesfMefkfreefss
stripe. roles with gay abandon a tour Spain they

becoming neckline, little set.la dancing and to Marla Da Rocio danseuse were exposed to dances native Tarantula"Rings Applause'La danced SA VEt'
pungent covered herself with glory for to the various sectionsof by
r" i sleeves,satin cord tie.belt. earthy Mn. HI/rrlson beautiful performances An the country. The numbers Maria Del Rlcio Luisa Mora Mr/few Prsftttee1WM Specials For 'f.

In Hark only. Sires 10 to 20 The performance the fourthIn artistic pinnacle of the evening moved swiftly, which abbre. and )Poclo Gomes rang the our Mon.Tues.Wed.OJerlets .
i the current lakeland Con was "La Noche" In whichWhat's vlated the time involved in bell on the applause meter In I r..
cert Association: series was the second half of the program Dry Cbsnlsf, March 16, 17. 13 .
23.00 R4Lj given on the stage of Bran- At The audience lovedtheir
scomb Memorial Auditoriumon Doing pert manner and stylo.'Ion .
;t Similar Styles /. Pastels the campus of Florida Camperos' (Zapatea- ANYP1N
Southern College/ do) was another outstanding
The touring group number Florida PresbyterianBy number notable for the technique -
r'rW ing eight and Silvio Masciarelll of tile dancen' heel $ 99

[, musical director presented MARSHA ROBERT Mardi Gras party and the work. This was presented by 1
S RACY'SuR an Impressive array of Campus Correspondent next weekend Is Easter. Jose Molina Luis Monteroand

talent. The girls were young, ST PETERSBURG-It Is a Patti Clements .a sophomore Enrique Ruben.
i pretty and charming Each has Just Joined the staffof The dancing was always the
beautiful day today; the sun
209 E. Mom possessed personal magnetism the "Trident" the school'sweekly best but a couple of rural
makes the tiny waves In the
vignettes with comedy sequences -
at well aa highly developedENGLISH Paul a
bay sparkle At least seven newspaper. would have livened GARMENTS
kinds of water bird 1961 graduate of Lakeland
different the which had a
up program
High School came to FPC
have flown by ,
tendency to become monotonous
this as a transfer student
my window in [ year due to the similarity in 1 HOUR
from Stevens College. SERVICE
the last hour the routines
$lep It ls finally ? George Haseman a freshman The evening concluded] with MONDAY thru FRIDAYS
I inJJJ. from Lakeland was top
warm enoughto solos and combinations: with
1 make swimm scorer In a recent all-star the entire ensemble Joining :00 A.M. TILL 4:00 P.M.
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I men intramural basketball SATURDAY TILL
I a g enjoyable f the colorful grand finale. 12 NOON
George made 22 pointsfor
Florida game The final concert of the
the Gamma Complex.
PresbyterianCollege Lakeland Association aeries
M sir campus Underwater Archaeology will be presented by the Flo-
is deserted Dr. E. G Hall of Miami rid I a Symphony Orchestra
Heaven University an expert diver with Raymond Dudley pianist One!) HOUR
knows where and archaeologist gave a lecture 24Alternate
I MARSHA on Tuesday, March
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the students on underwater Greek _
sr- Some are probably at archaeology Illustrated with
the beach (only five miles slides of an expedition of \\m RRTJnIZGi/

i WALKERS from here). the coast of Greece Both ho
A largo majority are holed and his wife, also an expert ,
up In their rooms, feverishly diver participated In the exploratloa J CLEAl1rnl'
writing papers or studying; The site which Dr. the molt 'n DRY
Tho kids an beginning to Hall is credited with discov: o '64
I awaken from the stupor of eying Is an ancient town
early spring fever only to which sank during an earthquake 1
realize that spring vacation "sort of an under- flf, Glove Park
Black t1 WhIt. I and the accompanying: mid- water PompeiI" he said Shopping Center I
I term examinations are less The second phase of build seating S./Hwy. 9.
South
Brown & Whit. when men and Phone 682-9285
than two weeks away ing has been completed, and women
Weekend Events the campus has a brief rest dine together. I It's more

I Every weekend between now from heavy noisy machinery. fun. ..
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and graduation (on May 31) The view over the bay 1s now --- n _.h..I".
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| Is booked with a special event. really the view over the
$ 95C.mpare This weekend was the German beach, due to several hundred vv
talent show and the acres of sand) which have
Scholarship Weekend for incoming been pumped out of the channel REBUILD r MATTRESSS
: freshmen Bill Herbert Building of dormitories
.t $16.95 I and I will never forget on the fill as the beacIs
last year's weekend It rained called will begin sometime ,,,C, ,'s'+'sM'r Wo con remake your old
I the whole time and everyonegot next year. '? rr:, rv mottross end box ,spring
food poisoning It was The air conditioning was :; '' to bo 01 good os HOW ettr .
fun Just the same Next turnedVin" yesterday for the fraction of the original
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LAKELAND LEDGER.

I and beans extra for seat a supper to canned special pork To Honor Mayor SAUCY FISH
IN With A Southern Accent
LISTENING In skillet cook 4 sHees bacon ZEPHYR HiLLS Mayor Sauce baked fish for extra

By LINDA LEE RAY and coMMtioa, ..._. a until crisp; pour off drippings. Chamberlain former residentof meal appeal. Canned frozen con

Campus Florida Southern College's The Deaa'a Us for last can (1 pound) pork and beans will be honored by winter starts things bubbling. Cook scup /4
OLIVE STOUT SYKIS LWr W...."', I..., campus is quiet this week as semester was released recently -with tomato sauce and I tablespoon residents from New Jerseyat chopped cucumber and 2

students have scattered them. and many Polk County sweet pickle relish Heat, a picnic Thursday at the tablespoons chopped onion In 2
'Proof Of The Pudding' elves about the state for students were among the stirring now and then. Serveto community park on 54th tablespoons butter until Just
spring vacation. Vacation began 88 who made the list Fresh 2 or 3. For S servings, use Routs Fifth Avenue at 1 tender Add a can of cream of
yesterday men on the list Include Diane 1 can (1 pound 12 ounces) pork shrimp, 1/3 cup milk and I
The "Proof of the Pudding" axiom was substantiated last week by Mrs. at the close ofclasses Carol Esau and Glenda Joyce and beans with tomato sauce pm.Those attending are to teaspoon lemon juice. Heat,
and Bozeman. and double the other Ingredients bring a picnic lunch. stirring now and then.iItvv1fli.
Jessie Maxwell of Johnson City, Tenn., who won I blue ribbon at the Citrus will continue are Clifford
Sophomores
tea, with her:. Orange Date Cake. Mrs. Maxwell is spending the winter with until next ]i Kent Jr., Geraldine Mae Jackson I I

er sister, Mrs. H. 4awe week. Sarah Laymon, Janet 1 I
and niece. Mrs. daughter and their families Most students Fannln Wilson and Chester B.Deulner. .
ouise Pippin, 1810 next weekend. Both families really i \ \
taunton Ave. will Spend a few days here needed a vacation Juniors who made the Hit
1 Having become en- before taking their annual followingthe < are Margaret Sharp, Linda \
anted with Lakelandown month-long vacation on Flo close of i Ray Haul Louise Willis, ,;
back in 1941, Mrs. rida's west coast beaches. one of the bust-1 Becky Ogden, Susan Williams -
/axwell spends most Arriving first will be Mr. at weeks of Outten, Donna Jean Cornea
inters basking in our and Mrs. Samuel H. Young the year, UNDAFounde. and Vera Jean Hauger. Polk
ovely clime. HI (Sam and Bonnie) of Glenview ...' Week. seniors are William R. FanninJr.
She won the blue rib- 111, and their children Marilyn Mitchell of Auburn- ., John Timothy Rankla, IT'S ( tit.. 1 'i4 \- .
on in the annual event 1 Elizabeth, Sammy IV and dale was a contestant for the Thomas Orville Hand and .
Sponsored by the Coordi- EUea. Mr, Young III, an at- Miss Southern title. Miss Mattle Hall Mundy.Educational.
jhatinn Council of Wom- torney is president of the Southern Is selected each TV
en's Organizations, in cooperation committee for the 1976 World's Founders' Week as the girl Joe Llndsey of Lakeland ALWAYS"FAIR"
with the Cham- Fair in Chicago. most nearly personifying the chairman of the secondary
ber cf Commerce. The Coming a day or two later Ideal Southern coed. The results Intern teachers, and Jim
[tea is designed especiallyfor will be Mrs Young I r.1' son- were. announced at the Deramus, chairman of the
the entertainment in-law and daughter Mr. and coronation Friday Students elementary interns, presented
and pleasure of our win- Mrs. Richard A. Winter (Dick voted Tueaday.. checks to the education department -
|ter residents. .R and Elizabeth) of Lake Forest Attendants recently for the purchase
Here's how it'happened. 111, and their children Barbie Among the.queen's attendants of a television set for WEATHER /
\ and Blllle. Mr Winter is a for the coronation were use In educational TV teach- r ,
[ When Mrs. Pippin en- 1.
tertained her church cir- manufacturer's consultant. Betena Hurt of Lakeland and ing. Kappa Delta PI, national ,

fcle recently at the Staun. Unda Ray of Winter Haven. honorary society for future .
FRANCIE
I ton Avenue address, she QUILUAN Working as chairman of the teachers also presented a INA
served Mrs. Maxwell's Ran across some timely coronation was Glenda Bozeman Joint contribution
[(Orange Date Cake to the Mitt Francle Quill,., alway. timely-tips recentlythat of Haines City. Alpha Chi sorority and Pi
ladies. Said ladies pro- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. I thought might be helpful Judl Grafton of Winter Ha. Kappa Alpha fraternity won
nounced i t "delicious"and B. QulllliB of 2621 Berkeley to others. Hers they.are: ven was an entry in the recent first place in the skit com STRIPED COAT
urged Mrs. Maxwellto Ave., was a finalist In the I. Hanging pictures? Drive Citrus Queen contest petition at the pep rally before
enter the recipe in the Miss Emory contest at Emory the nail through a scotch tape during the Citrus Exposition. the last basketball game
[ contest held in connection University Atlanta Attending X In the center. It Is said to in Winter Haven. of the season. OVER A fijiSLEEVELESS
i with the tea. the event were Francle's reduce plaster cracking. A number of alumni and The baseball Mocs opened
dad and brother Kirk, who 2. Onion odors on your parents were on campus.Friday their season last week losing
she
She did and won, flew to Atlanta to attend a hands? Rub them with celeryto and Saturday for Found- to the University of Florida I '
and we here in the women's tea given for the finalists remove odors. en' Week. This year a Par Gators. The Mocs play four t

department the Interest(knowing Francis's a sophomore at 3. Onion fumes make you ents' Day was Initiated. The games this week, one each .

women have great in new recipes Emory and a member of Del. cry? An unlighted kitchen program Included convocation Monday through Thursday.HammondHarkey.

Ii ) published it for our ta Delta Delta sorority. match held between your teeth
readers in last Thursday's while working with onions will II DRESS.

; Ledger. We hope you clipped "Holiday on Ice for 1964" help prevent this
/. ,:?\ the piece, which list. Is a highly entertaining spec- 4 A pinch of salt will keep ,
ed other blue ribbon win lard from spattering during
( tacularl It has always beena Charles
Mr. and Mrs.
ning recipes also. good ,show year after year frying
5. You can fool the smartest Grimm Hammond 537 Carole
e but if possible it is more
i beautiful and more entertaining moth by adding a cup of mothballs St, have announced the engagement
Jean (Anthony) Thackery this year than ever be- to the last rinse water of their daughter

has been In town for the last fore. The scene changes effected when you wash clothes priorto Margaret Ann to Jess Morton Put on this striking dress ensemble and you'll b. set to go anywhere, do

week Farms,visiting the family at Anthony home- on the a various large screen numbers enhance storing. Harkey Jr., 3240 Polk Ave., anything knowing you look fashion perfect. Wear It for Easter, and then to

place. Her family entertained performed by a talented groupof And along the line of tips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Har the World's Fair this summer. Arnel triacetate Denim defines on unsleeved
for her at nice tea last of
a .
key Lebanon Tenn.A
at their skaters with spring bringing a changeIn sheath, freshened at the neck with a dickie t sheltering the dress, a V-neck
Thursday place on
It has glamor and glitter the lawn, as well as In the .June wedding Is being
Banana Farm Ro.d..Tean'l and much humor and slapstick garden there will be mowing planned at First Methodist long-sleeved coot, with vertical stripes and casually back belted.

spouse, Ted remained skating that the kids will en to do. A good mower saves Church. Sises 5-13 25.98'DRESSES ,
In New York to
carryon joy. There are matinees to- your time and helps to avert
with his free-lines Formerly of Baltimore Miss
writing ,
day at 1:30: and 8 p.m., and trouble good Investment SECOND FLOOR
chores. Ted you remember. Hammond was graduated from
the show closes tomorrow
a poor one costs and costs.
was managing editor of The Catonsvllle High School and
night with a final performance with
Frequent mowing
Ledger some years back and grass Bard-Avon School, both In Baltimore
at 8 o'clock.
left on the lawn will not detract -
while here wrote a highly interesting She Is employed as a
The Tampa telephone number from
the as
appearance
.
Sunday column on secretary at Wellman-Lord Engineering
to call It you want to go will infrequent mowing Mowing -
his travels and experiences.Jean Inc. SrtJte
Is 2511817. wet grass with a rotary ,
left yesterday to return
e e mower will leave bunches Mr. Harkey received a B.S.
in Elm-
to their home
hurst and her job at Henri Miss Carol Bowes has been which\ If left there will kill the degree from the University of
I Bendel. elected to Phi Beta Kappa at grass underneath-It I. best Kentucky where he was a 3 lloort or* fashion {
MISS MARGARET HAMMONDConfine member of
Delta Delta
w Sweet Briar Vs. She'll be to mow when the grass Is dry Tau
Initiated on April 13. Her parents Rotary mowers can throw fraternity. He Is employed by 211 last Main LakelandThe '
If Mr. and Mrs. Floyd objects left on the lawn. Be Wellman-Lord Engineering, f
Dr. David M. Fried, Chief ofPhysical .r. Inc.
National Bowen, 415 Miramsr will at- sure lawn Is clear of all debris bY. __ __
Medicine
tend the initiation.Mr. before mowing. Do not per-
Institute of Health, Bethesda, f
mit small children to operatethe
Md.. la the weekend guest of ,
machine or be In the vicinity
and Mrs. W. M. Fryeof
Dr. and Mrs. Bea H. McConMl -
C. +
while are mowing.Mowers !
!, and Dr. Boris Sokoloff. Seattle. Wash, formerly of you
Dr. Sokoloff Florida Southern Lakeland have returned to can be dangerousor
College scientist extraordinary Lakeland to make their home. safe. It Is up to the person

was the recent recipi- They moved to Seattle In IM3. mowing New Look

ent of a $22,500 grant from the They're living here at 2318 seeTO

National Institute pf Health Carolina Ave. THINK UPON"Hearhow
for basic research In cardiovascular the birds, on ev'ry bloomIng in -

disease to be conducted Mrs. Samuel H. Young Jr., spray With joyous muslck 1"a ,

at the FSC laboratories. IIS E. Orange St., Is expecting wake the dawning day."- .a sneeze to 3 iloon of fashion Swimsults
visits from her son and Pope
a tissue or hondke.r-


If r Medics Predict Twin Birth Increase''enough chief. There germs floating are


CHICAGO-An increase Is expected .' twin births It said the babiesare twins could not even tell themselves ,around.
In the percentage of literally reflections of each apart, according to the I =- -- -

twins In the world's population, other. Termed mirror-Imaging, article. Sir Francis Gallon, famous II I.
according to an article In To: It said the physical characteristics expert on heredity reported I CURRIE'SHOME .
day's Health magazine published of one side of one twin's that a young girl began aconversation PORTRAITS :
the American Medical body are reflected in the with her
by opposite own reflection I rIN k. _"toII as YOUI' Wan.
Association. side of the other. in a mirror, In the belief _.... ..., tar IntarnuMl _
"With the rise of modem medicine -I Mirror-Imaging led to the one that It was her mirror-im I ... -....._" e.a.a.WOULDN'T t
many premature twins cue on record when Identical age slater, it said. j I !
are saved who would have been ipt
lost In the past" the article said I ,
"Since the tendency to have The/ two.piece.but who'd.gusts.It .r
II ,. .
twins la inherited and more Jacqueline 5. _
I YOU KNOW. IT'S
twins are being saved It seems ;, took by Jsntzent
Inevitable that the percentageof N
twins In the total populationwill pull the top down

rise slowly but steadily." 1 I
taut the hips
over ,
There's considerable variation: ,.weer,,., .:
I
In the rate of twin births Your pumps 12.99 or billow It looselyover
throughout the world, the article,
pointed out. In the United: the waist
States, It said the rate is 1 In have every
every 88 live births but In Denmark '; Right acrylla fishnet
it la 1 In every 60 while
twinning rare In Japan. Even I feature "o over nylon tricot,
in the United States the twin I new
rate varies with a rate of I in trunks of 91% stretch nylon, '

every 66 births In Kentuckyand I 24.95
1 in every 123 In Nevada 1 r 9% spandex

After one set of twins, the :
!tricot
Left: Ban-ton nylon
chances of a mother having another

set zoom to about five 12,99 trunks of 81# stretch nylon, !
times the national average or i I
1 In 17 live births the article t go" Ipand.1I 120.95

said.Twins definitely do "run In

the family" it was pointed out. wear a smileandajantZCn"
In this respect the article said ILItIwith just

there Is evidence that the t a .
world's record mother may
i
have been an Austrian woman ]
I
who reportedly bore 69 children

Including four sets of quadruplets Heels art straighter.. Toes ore fingertip. I
seven sets of triplets and :
Throats Sides lower
16 sets of twins.Discussing .are square. are
various types of Linings ore knit to fit. AND heel' heights arc illusions these just almost

twins the article said identical high, almost;mid; lowered for beautiful gracefulness. Choose uppers all these
twins who develop from one wonderful | Red White Pink Cream blue or Black
identical but new ways: Yellow, patent iShdp
not really
are
egg their similarities are amazing.For Sizes to 10, AAAA to C. i

example differences can

be detected their handwritingand SHOE SALON STREET FLOOR OPEN
fingerprint, it was pointed

out"Although carbon-copy twins I AM MONDAY

tart with Identical makeupnd 1 ) NITE
REEsw
their environments appear: \
to be the..me. there are count, R9Ak
less minor differences In their fashion
surroundings that cause them to 3 floors of O'lNMOM..FII. .

develop separate Into personalities two individuals" JIlt two sr- 211 East Main Lakeland' NITtS
TILL tOO P.M.
title said '
Once in every four Identical-
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-CLAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday March IS, 1M4 About;
saai *


Let's Go To Meeting This Week Stetson UniversityBy


nearly an equal number.
GENE BRIDGES
TO0v _, Trani eo (Term arc). 00 D 717thMO f1)' '
: I3f4r. c'f.nllr':' Carefoot, Fort Meade
George ,
II ARM uncitvi UNIT* 1 111* t .hob Campus Correspondent
jHMttdM tV 1 I Iron (HOo-lieS SMli ''h.'IDflDwt ,UBS.. !rl.'Ic.1 Bt i I .....n.. C gMr...14 Pit_. J.lHUj,rOIl 700 pledged the PI Kappa Alpha
I _.. Collie' DeLAND More than fraternity. Marilyn Albrltum

MONDAY w+ parents of Stetson University Winter Haven is a pledge of
LAK1LANO ART Wll*. art Mix omed to the Chi Omega sorority
oil ... .1111 lilt student were we : Alpha
I... Cieo .... .dmmlln.
.t
the Student
Jut end for The Baptist Union
loo bufldv.ss.:1 w l campus wee
c"3t 1/R'CLY ySr :uo. H\c7\ ::: annual Parents' eekend. The building was the banquet room

S SKA1i : 'r \\n..tln' highlights of for the Young Women's Auxiliary .
.1 tm Mtinoiu luliaini, Cl.umalSTiniD banquet held last night
fnriir weekend
.ra c'rl"1uAN.: IOU"UON 0" "Nt the | Among those attending the
CIVIL' ,.AIR PAT RO/r 7 ..m.. Lo4 were the banquet was Alice Howard,
"'
NU..I.. Ion' in enchwrllNMsurfer' Hoottnannv j Janice Jones, Margaret Cox,
and nurMui' in urdncii' 1
,ti
i b' Pr E..r Loin >t 1 1t Ares en ta Iron j Lakeland; Evil Rlksrd, Win
7 pm at Ukriaad (I' Ho.pilalV
{ LODOI M P&AM.; of the opera '< ter Haven! and Barbara Good-
railed comBuntoaUon ., 7 JO fat. alMuMlo Pt'
TtmjiH. 17>. tnUrM Anorralln a "Merry Wives ] son Haines City.
,
"
dMrn will br tonfuird
RAt f MOILt OMNDt CLY.. 114 'n of Windsor"by "Doc" Johnson* Stetson's
WNryNdLANI.Dn5t5peKAN LODOC p m 4 MIho ? the Music I baseball coach and the team

Munoll Brim* luUdlni'.b I CIvIOr wrvlu I c.nfrbutrnnt. udldlth r School and are working to get ready for
to iharf Drama tiepartments [ their opening game with Valdosta .

TYtsDAVIAKtLA9O I a State Friday. The Hatters

Sm Ili ...Unit 051901 Woo.CLYt. ChI', '.30 general assembly GENE will open the Reason with

L A,R K L A.N.D. Mirrtltti lUMVrmNVTBR1CLUI 991,100.' at which the president several new players. However
7 pm
rant An,on.ADT InurrMrd CLUI,mar Katrr JoinLAKILAND role. addressed the parents and the Dewey Terre Fort Meade

er clau at 'JO m. at adralnliUc Ball red by the Is third year on
Military spon
lion '" Lodwlct Airport i calla the team The team welcomes
Mn Maoml Praorr Instructor
LANILAND IXCHANBI CLUB, Stetson Reserve Officers Coach Bob Welckel as the

S JO.PJ LA/t! .at. thf Ciitcv. Rfitauranl, 11 Training Corps.Seventytwo team's assistant coach. Coach

5m U I.ath ARMY Caddlrt R...I."vVrlMIT! Stetson seniors Welckel\ a former Hatter
,
.
onWulfd"drllla -3J79tti Loilntlral
r command 3d 3d Pit M4th Tos entered Florida schools recently ,
Co 3J4in Mrd Oat (BBBi and 34UIMcd
Des (DPMI, all M C nlunchaon 5'L ue1, .for a ten-week program of I

4 1 lerCNun. SW ..01.nUNOO.. III I on the spot experience. This II I DRAPERIES
at at
.7Ni Mr"i3: Woodwm JIIrI.
,! o? Ura.. I ( Is their final phase In'preparing
CNARTIR W. PlO SISTIRHOOD.
I 30 p m at horn of Mr. V. W. for certifications Nancy
I "WoI: rov.ntrr UNION Av> AUXILIARY Barber Winter Haven is Custom MadeOR
>N. H..Un. at 7 JO urn ..1bom. teaching at Dempsey BrewsterElement.ry
PETITE 01 Mrs. A w. ...'IiI.... 3404LAIIId
L HM HI.d In DeLand. Jan- RUDY MADE
bT ". CN" TU II. 0505OR
e Tel IAITIHN {T"a. | pn, ali Ice Jones, Lakeland, Is teaching
Muo.1o Tempi_ I., Mti, P.ul D Jnt4rand at Edgewater high In Or
Jeanne "pr nl llv of New Mateo. FREEINSTALLATION
ledM honored NMT mtmbiri In! lando. After this period of internship
'
darrell ll> 4 dlniur honoring pew olll-
e.n wlll k. had In denim nora att the students will re-
,
S 3KATNLttW LOOOI III, .....11II.n..lar b turn to the campus for a brief
, NmmutItatlon. '..10 seminar.

WUDNtsDArLAKILANO
'N.'NI CLUO, IINt. Concert\
t lh. JClkH' Club st 12 II II m I
1AKILAND ART CLUi, oil .. '- The Stetson University Band
100% Irish Linen. In. eliu .t D JO > m Uri M.rrOrtar
instructor: oil pumim w11A gave a concert last Tuesday
I M''|.i Cornrllt Mrniu u 10 tm., Lakeland- A City Of Beauty18th
; _.jll) lit. and portrait .Wo. oil palntni night In Elizabeth Hail BW
Very Elegant from Holder 7 to 10 porlrtll pm. Initrurtor InitruMlolMb ItChtrln Hartman Winter Haven, and

; pm. Murrir ml >t Idmlnl..rO. 'bulldlni.XHlwIrk 730-930. In A Series Jimmy Thompson, Auburn-
Airport dale play in the band under
fxcfvsivtfy oursThere's .LNOHA IIHIKAH LODOI 14
mrt tl I 9 m it th. Country DMrhoo the direction of Richard Feasel. -
I" D ) 913 t. .IA'ol'o Bt.LAKI Imported from Venezuela Is 17-year-old Connie Idenden a
| p m, it .
nothing quite like, the beauty of real 114 W. CITV Mm StPOLK WOMAN CLUi, I freshman at Florida Southern College. Connie was born and rearedIn Recently the honorary organization

'Irish linen, and here Jeanne durrell has con P m "at TU rlubhnurC C". "'0 o..n.NOOD.noon that South American country where her father was on engineerfor for outstanding
.t howudwr ol Mr. J. L. Budln, Shell Oil Company. She and her parents moved to the United academic and leadership activity
trasted color in a two piece dress proportioned 'il II.Storing.
States two years ago and now call Maitland home. PoliticallymindedConnie during the freshman

to Petite sizes a wonderful Spring is secretary-treasurer of the FSC freshman class and candidate year, chose several! new mem- E. .

fashion. Rye with black, light green with dark Ham for sophomore senator-ot-large. ben. Among them was Jimmy
I Thompson. Jimmy is an outstanding SHOP AT HOME!
i green, natural with' toast. 8 to 18. All canned hams should be student academically

{) stored In the refrigerator unless ; he plays clarinet In the Our Consultant Will

1I' label Instructions the band and orchestra; he Is a
to
are con- ltJluf 9Jw.uJ Old Cell .t Yeur Horn
member of the Pi Kappa PhiIOCI.I
,'. tr.ry. The labels on some canned IHere's With. Large

tdetsMl e4Mic& hams weighing less than 3 fraternity. Assortment of Prints
A Chance To Learn
pounds may indicate that you Pledges end Solid Colors

can store the ham on your \ Thirty-two students were re-

shelf. All hams, except possibly cently pledged to the fraternities' -,
231 SOUTH FLORIDA AVENUE LAKELAND
ountry-style (with a very heavy spring pledge classes. I Dial 682.6131

t cure),_should be refrigerated. ., What/ Men Dislike In WomenBy The sororities have pledged


SALT IT LATER
) JOSEPHINE LOWMANNot women have been wearing. feminine. Give us gentlewomen Salt tends to curdle milk; MATHER

\t': feet the EASTER PARADE long ago I wrote a col- They are homely and look who think of us as that's why some cooks like
Smartest in wear "
\ umn about feminine characteristics more like canoes than shoes. kings, thus Inspiring us to to add It to a white sauce Or LAKELAND INC

men like and do not "We like women who are respond with the love and after the cooking and thick ,
"
good company but dislikeone loyalty due a queen. ening process has taken 120 M. Meisechvistts An.
like. I Invited the who
men
.:4 WHITE PATENTby who is loud. We love that More About Slacks place.
:
read "Why Grow Old?" tq soft feminine voice."
i. If read
we these comments
tqll me more about the subject Like. Feminine Girls
thoughtfully it la profit.
I ) I wish 1 could print all "I like a feminine girl who able than a course more In how to

of the letters I have received. does not try to compete with be popular with the oppositesex

However I can publish only men, but Is satisfied with be- would be. Tomorrow I

I few quotations from some ing herself." will quote from I letter I re- We Do Expert
; "A loud voice Is for
good ceived from 14 men, seven
of them. The women who I hog-caller but not for I of whom ere married and Picture Framing

: read my column can listen woman who wants to appealto seven of whom are bachelors
torYboOk "
over my shoulder, men and also give you an idea of ,
"I believe that most mea "Many young men like anything how men feel about slacks.If .
m.ke-up'lf It Is not that wears skirts. More
like over- Schell
my feminine readers $ee Mrs
done. Some women look as mature sophisticated men
would
like to have their
q though they had accidentally want I woman to be a real chance to "sound off" about '...M.
gotten .in front of I spraying feminine woman just like a
what they think about men, a C ,.N."
wants a man to be a
machine. woman .I i
I will be waiting for their let
"
.ij hate those shoes real
I "I simply man. ters. Just address them to
"Most of us like to
men Josephine Lowman In care of ISO, S. Via. MU l.695$
accord the little
i ii 2JAN LighthouseMeet courtesies I we woman were taught to The Ledger

f Set By perform from childhood. We Tomorrow "Men Speak Up
j are embarrassed and madeto About The Female Traits

Lions Wives feel awkward if we are ,_That, Irk_Them.:: _______c -------_._- ---- ---
i thwarted such matters"

Claws Are For Scratching"A
Dixieland Lions Club
The

G tr Auxiliary house Party"will tomorrow have a "light-7.30p : time talking woman about who spends other women her- 3 '. (@' ((]> @ i!?.

Grove Park FirstFederal is usually spiteful and
m. at the *
WHITE PATENT and Loan As the good Lord help her husband
3 e aLACK PATENT Savings for
j sociation's community room at !
INFANT SIZES Grove Park. "Very long nails are for : chicks';
"
t 3.0 S Mrs. Lucas, area representative scratching.
for Lighthouse for the "I like a woman who makesme .

Blind products will conduct feel I at ease and seem,
the party. General Lhairman able to fit In with almost any

ALL STYLES FEATURED of the event Is Mrs. George group to without herself."calling attention I aster ;is for Little/ Girls/ -
Schmid, assisted by Mrs Eu
lien. Glenn, Mrs. William "Congratulations from a
Parkman, Mrs. G. C. Luther, group of eight men who are and we have a truly great selectionof

499 Mrs. Brice LaLonde and Mrs.B. writing you concerning your
CUMTSI B. Parkhurst. ID-point report on what men the Prettiest DressesIn
Hostesses are Mrs. John St. find attractive and unattractive .
WHITE PATENT Clair and Mrs. R. L. Thorn In women. Ws concur the latest wash'n Wear, #2 v

e HACK PATENT ton. All Lions wives are in in all-garish makeup is i. '

I vited. Other guests may be O.K. if one alms to clown easy-to-care-for fabrics 4'

Invited by Auxiliary members. through life. Slacks are not

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FLORIDA! SOUTHERN COLLEGE ALUINI GATHER- Lewis of Fort Meade, Mm Elizabeth Wicker of Little Rock, Rock, Mrs. Bens Collins Allen of Umatilla, Mrs, Virginia Rast travel. So ready to make sum

Mr L. Day Edge of Groveland ere hosts to a Ark., Mrs. Mary Conrad Rigglns, Clarence J, Carlton of Ar Guy of Tampa, Mrs. Ellen Chappell Sims, Mrs. Eunice Pipkin mer at home i pleasuretoulf' you lust",peo.tatl"
Florida Southern College alumni group for II cheon Thursday cadia and Miss Grace Murrell; and standing, Mrs Bernice Barnes, Robert W. Walker of Mount Sterling, Ky., Mrs Claire
I town.
about
In the Lakelan Terrace Hotel'i private dini room. Pictured Pipkin Eaton, Mrs. Mary Louise Sauls McEachern of Arcadia! Farmer Walker, Mount Sterling, Mrs Juanita Pipkin Feaster,

at the event ate' from left, tested, Mr. Eeiie, Mrs (Peggy Zerney Barnes, Mra. Jane Worley Whidden of Arcadia, Mrs. Mrs. Martha Cason Wilson and Mrs. Pauline 'Parker Brown of

Duke) Edge, Mfs. Lucille Kibler Watson Mr Lavinia Cantera Frances Bond McKay of Tampa, Hugh W Wicker of Little Arcadia. (Ledger photo by Perkins)


EXPERT SAYS : OES To Honor Dignitary, Summer Club s iops

ls Dance Slated ,

I Florida wome Skin Demands Officers At Dinner HereMrs. Friday Night 111 S, KENTUCKY

Paul Jett, grand repre elude Mrs Julian Williams, Lakeland Summer Club will
sentative of New Mexico In program chairman, Mrs. Nor;
have a St. Patrick dance Fri
Extr Attention And TreatmentBy Florida,' will be honored at man E. Garvey, Mrs Cary day from S to 11 p.m. at the

the Order of the Eastern Star .Cox, Mrs. Homer Cheyne, Magnolia Building, Civic Cen OFFER YOUR SERVICESREGULARLY
I meeting Tuesday night at S Mrs. James Entzmlnger. Mrs.

NANCY BW>WER woman should begin using for many years She feels o'clock at the. Masonic Tem' Ellyn Rowley, Mrs Gladys ter.The public Is Invited to attend .
Women's Staff Writer this cream as lOOn as she hasa water Is drying to the akin plo Whitmore, Mrs. llllas Beatty the dance with music IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY IN THE

.One of the most i nalve line in her face. "There'snot and In certain communities A program with a Mexican Donald Smith, Charles Lanier furnished by Munafo's Band.
and Mr. En. LEDGER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. DIAL MU 4-1191
night creams in fce world a woman who doesn't theme, written by L. Bradley Fred Simpson Refreshments will be served
was demonstrated tweet benefit from It," she added may contain chemicals irritating Spaun, a member of the Lake tzmlnger, and door prizes given
at Maas Brothers department Miss Hall is a floridaborn'and to a sensitive complex. land chapter, will be presented As a feature of the program m.s sal aytrlatAfdmrixwiARixNtlnuUlarixril aAJ4kUei.T

store by a traveling ttoresentative reared woman who believes lon Members taking part In- a special act will be presented ,
of the GermaliMon: that the skin of womenIn Soap AM Water Method by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs 'r-----------
teil cosmetics house. the Sunshine State needs .

The cream, which COB\1 SIS, more attention and more For the woman who feels Americans'Going Lakeland chapter 28, Ord. .
$25 or $40 according tithe treatment than the national she must use soap and waterto er of the Eastern Star officers .

size of the jar, Is petit lIy average because of the dryIng cleanse her face Miss Hall will be honored at a St.
aging effects of the wind Patrick's dinner Tuesday rI
designed to help erase I lei. recommends the following pro'cedure To Day "
and and outdoor life.
according to Roberta \\ I, sun : at 6 p.m. at the Masonic
Montell representative.Miss Moisturizer Necessary Temple dining room.
Hall agrees that "Remove make -u p with The M-s Ellyn Rowley Is chair-
Asked to name the one cosmetic Dogs'LOS
cream I is costly, but adds thk she would choose to be cleansing cream. Tissue off. man and has appointed the
it is not an extravagant:! marooned with on a desert Reapply thin film of cleansingcream. following committees to assist I

'Women who buy expenslvl! island, Miss Hall named a Create a lather with ANGELES-There are : ,
clothes without a qualm sometimes i moisturizer. "But somehow complexion soap and warm 711,400 more owned dogs and Mrs. Carey L. Cox, Mrs
balk at buying the bas Gladys Whitmore, Mrs. H. G. i I BERNARDO'S"AVA1VT"
beauty preparations becauseof I I'd manage" to smuggle In a water. Using hands, work cats In the United States than Bradley and Mrs Norman E.
she added with
,
lipstick a
cost They lose sight of mile. soap and cream together on there were a year ago, If pet Garvey, decorations; Mrs.

the fact that one face must 1 but_ desert Is-_ the skin, adding water as ownership has kept pace with Paul Jett and Mrs. Walter
a
Anywhere-
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last a woman a lifetime, but Ind. Miss Hall feels the bare needed Rinse freely with the human population, accord- Patty, program; Mrs. J. C.
she can always buy a new Entzminger, publicity: and
dress Pretty clothes won't linimum wardrobe for a' warm water and follow with Ing to The American Humane Mrs Frederick Tyler, tickets. I A NEW KIND OF SHOE IDEA FOR THOSE WHO KNOW
rmal skin Includes a clean. cool rinse. Pat skin and
dry
restore a prune face." g cream, skin freshener, Association. Mrs. J. V. Selph Is catering AND WANT THE ULTIMATE IN THE LEAN FASHION LOOK I
follow with skin freshener
Has Patented Ingredient itisture cream for wearingu This figure does not Include the meal. Reservations OF TODAY. IN BLUE BLOOD, LEMON LIME, RED SAIL,
For the with be made
woman mature are to tomorrow by .
This costly cream contains er make-up and a rich, the countless millions of "un noon by calling Mrs. Tyler, BUTTERMILK AND WHITE. OURS ALONE AT COUNTRY GIRL
which, b skin (and this can be as earlyas unowned"
a patented ingredient light-textured night cream.Tit wanted, homeless, 682.207S.
makers claim, when combinedwith freshener Is definitely not age 25), Miss Hall had animals, the Association said All Eastern Star membersare &&1iri'Ja'Y ;mL
a mineral catalyst a 111, said Miss Hall She this beauty tip "Alternating AHA estimates that a dog or Invited to attend both the l
"seems to give a look of explined, "Cleanser Is soap; the weight of the night cream a cat Is acquired by an Ameri- meeting and the officers banquet I C SOUTHOATS MALI. -J (1aYVavlac
sleekness, suppleness and resiliency free*>ner is water. You'd no every other night Is a great 44 seconds. ..
can family every t to precede_ it _____ MM acnilclsa=werra=4a WMMMM- '
to a skin that has lost monuse soap without water aid to the skin in Its natural Ownership of dogs and cats
its elasticity and vitality; and tha leaner without freshen.er. process of sloughing off. This will Increase another U80ooo J

to help the heaviest, grainiest ."I is particularly true of the by 1970, AHA estimates. The
skin to. look finer texturedand Mi Hall sayi she has not mature akin present population of these r
young" Miss Hall says wasni her face with water "The spring song of the skin animals stands at about 50,. ,
Is Its ever natural self.renewal. with
200,000, cats leading by
Auburndale Wonan's Club In encouraging this action, we a few hundred thousand TNT
fine skin tex-
can promise a
Pet owners are currently
1 ture to every woman as time
spending about $750,000,000 an.
It is natural for the '
Band Mi//d passes
Sets ProgramAUBURNDALE nually for supplies and another
Itself.
skin to renew I SHOE
$550,000,000 for dog and cat cN, 1 1I

Members are t of the Auburndale High School will &ead at this meeting. cB.iJdJtL an estimated $1.3 billionThese L t
Band who won superior ratings The JKibhouse will be dec- figures have been I The
with solos and ensemblesat orated It spring flowers by compiled from studies con
the recent district band Mrs Jl Frank Hawkins and LAKELAND GENERAL ducted by The American Humane ,"

contest will present a program Mrs 11. pike. Members and HOSPITAL Association, and cor
for members of the Woman's guests ill I be greeted by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman A. related with estimates from Look

Club of Auburndale Thursdayat H. A. Iprp, president, Mrs. Ilerrington, Route 4, daughter. various other agenciesJtittLL. New Patent
2:45: p.m. in the clubhouse.Mrs. Paur H Braddock a club March 12.
Mattie Van Fleet member nd District Nine di Mr. and Mrs James K. Bau-
Dickey, chairman of the Fine rector-elk 1 of the Florida Fed- com, Wauchula, daughter,
Arts department, which Is eration I Women's Clubs; March 12.
sponsoring the program, will Mrs. A. I. Blggers and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Richard E. \\\sin-likespring
Introduce the musicians. Eachof John Kin am. Mrs. R. B. Oran, 915 Chestnut Road, son, V/(
the Individuals and groupsIs KlngsburyVvill Invite guests March 12.
qualified to enter the state to sign th guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meu- STYllNe SALON .
band contest in May. Tea willKe served at the shaw, 310 W. Patterson St., n.
Groups Te Perform close of k meeting with IOn March 12. ANT'S,..
includethe Mrs. Norm A. Rustom and IN
Groups .ten perform
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hel- aTYLaAse
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brass Mrs. Finlelj. Harrell
Junior and senior pouring
Dover, March 12.
clarinet They >lt be assisted by stand son. WONDER
sextets, senior quartat Mr. and Mrs Ross J. Strick COLO ..
Mrs. L. A hamberlin and N
and the clarinet quartetNo. f
J. land, Durant, daughter March IK Th ..11 Al White Potent Isotfcsr ,
2. Soloists on the program Mrs Brook Harley. Punch aosseaassoppse
will be Rick Bair Frank will be ierveiby Mrs Dewey 12. Black Potent leather
Hammette, Paula Sims Dawn Jolly and Mrsk. J. Bilger. 'I' caNTs.Y .
Hoffer and Eddie Hughes. The Replacing ie customaryFlea CUT HOSES
band director is William C. Market Change at this '... 1'1"' $1099i'
Miller. meeting will b* baked goods ROSE lUSHES

Officer will be elected at and candy sail Mrs. L. A. RISKS ROSES ALL APPROVED CREDIT Gg7I
the business session which Widner will be rekeeper, assisted .
will begin at 2 p.m. Proposed by memMfi of the Fine .v .MI1In. LARILANS CARDS HONORED
D. ILA "WL
revisions to the bylaws, which Arts department





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I' Fashions To Be Engineers'

Wives SetBalloting

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American Business Women's prizes and refreshment will

\ Association, Lakeland 1m. be featured Officers win be elected and s

pedal chapter, will have a The fashion parade will bylaws revisions voted upon

I'\11' spring fashion show Tuesday apan Easter Day activities at the Engineers' Wives' Club

at S p.m. at the Civic Center. starting with Easter morning, of Polk County' dinner meeting -

: Mn. Howard Rally It genera the Easter parade after ; tomorrow night at the

I', chairman.. Fashions, music, church, Easter afternoon and ;f, Cadet Restaurant. The social
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f' ;I a formal Easter evening wedding hour will begin at 6::30 and

; dinner will be server at 7, 'I*
Calling Allionic Miss Lakeland i hi : :;; Mrs. Avery L, Stutt Is in
v : (7r charge of hospitalities for the
(
Maker g Miss Tony Gengler Miss .: : evening, assisted by Mrs John
Lakeland of 196), will be featured H. Hyden and Mrs. J. A.
t, NICK SPAGNOLA as the Easter bride. I Slelskl.

Michelle Ross, Little Miss Late reservation. are being
I WHAT MAKES A accepted by Mn. William
Lakeland of 1961, will be the Thornton of Lakeland. 682-484,
\. STORE REPUTABLE? junior bridesmaid and Mrs. K. W. Grader, Bar-

Other models Include Mrs tow, MJ-S381.

I Ii'i'i'I i'I Every sue'ful W. A. Snapp, Mrs. William e.

r cess business Howard, Mrs. L T. Yongue, of
St. Patrick'sParty
is bos.d upon ,
public con- Susan Mitchell, Miss Sue Bar. '

s? dente and good ber, Mrs Robert Broyles, T Set By
will. These Mrs. Jerry Slama and children
be things bought.cannot Holly and David Slama, Club EstatesA

( They must be"earned. Mrs H. H. Hickey, Betty
,: ." Flncel, Mrs. Marcia Smith, St. Patrick's party Is
The public Mrs. Mary Lou Helm, Miss planned by members of the
tI t knows that certain Winifred Christner and Judy Country Club Estates Association v .
stores are Britt at the clubhouse on Golf-
Spegnel. recognised and e.'reputable' Organ Music GOING OVER THE LIST OF MODELS for the American Business Women's Association, view Street Wednesday 7:30:

Others art not Tony Kovach will present Lakeland Imperial chapter spring fashion show are, from left, Mrs. June Pastors, narrator; p.m.
And what Is the secret In- background music at the organ Miss Winifred Chrlstner, president; and Mrs. Edward E. Patrick, who la handling publicity for Members of the committee

gradient of this Important thing and Mrs..J.: D. Nicholls the show which will be presented Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Civic Center. (Ledger Photo-Perkins) arranging Mr. and the Mrs.social evening Newell Ja!, STEPHEN SOPKO
which wiry store wants a win orrer special: music presentations .I are Ralph II'/
1 good reputation? It Is many during Intermillion.Women' Tourist ClubActivities What's Doing Atuniversity Mr. and Mrs. George
Rausch. Mr. and Mrs. Jame.
things It Is reflected In everything -
I the owner and his employees fashions will be Hill, Mr. and Mrs. James Sheila Joy Hatch ft And
do In their' business shown from Edwards-Macy, Long and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
dealings and even In their civic children's fashions from Of South FloridaBy Saeger.
and social act vithes. Ruby's Tot and Teen Shop and Members of the LakelandTourist A button game will be played. Airman Sopko Are :Married

f It Is the way the phone Is hat fashions will be providedby Club will participatein CELIA WILLIS "Coronet" magazine, and At and refreshments served.
answered, It Is the atmosphere' Shirley's. Mrs. June Pastor the activities Miss Shells Joj| Hatchett groom's al
following Campus Correspondent Hirschberg, author of numerous r, was maid of
,
t a customer feels when he will be narrator. '
enters
next week at the Magnolia booka and top-notch became the bride'of A.1C. honor. Briesmaid was Miss
the It Is created magazine
store by TAMPA-Unlverslty of South
Tickets may be obtained Building, Civic Center Stephen Sopko H yesterday Gail WelnrAn, Vickie
the type of advertising a firm : Florida's first yearbook wenton articles, were featured Postell,
does; by the service given to from ABWA members or at Tomorrows dance from Ito sale last Wednesday. Called last Wednesday in a meet-the- afternoon at St. Joseph's brldegroorf a cousin, was a
( customers; by the manner com- the door. 11 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Hil- "The Aegan," It coven the author coffee. Catholic Church. The Rev flower gVAll the attendants
plaints are handled; by theouiteous ko Pals of A book Father Thomas Sums performed woe street-length
and helpful Iowa, hosts. Ira events of the trimester and is campus exchange, gownsof
given to customers by attention ELEGANTLY POACHED Spurgeon is dance chairman. a history of the ,. maintained entirely by and for the ceremony. Miss turMolse peau de sole
from the soles people to everyone the delivery Tuesday cards, 2 p.m., school since the!"' "" USF students, will begin operation Michslene Fenchel presented Their/ eadplecee of orange
I men; by those little Brunch, lunch, or supper will Mrs. E. W. Loomis and Miss enrollment ofM next month. The exchange nuptial music. blossfns held veils. They
thing. "above and beyond the sparkle with these elegant Virginia Loomis, both of the charter' will not only provide 3 d ka The bride Is the daughterof carrfcl identical bouquets.
I toll of duty' which every cus- poached eggs. In saucepan, stir Pennsylvania, h o.tell II class in 1960. j students with an opportunity Mr. and Mrs. T V. Hatch / Best Man
omer, remembers and every to sell books at a profit, but 1(17 ml l Charnel
ett. Warren
businessman an 11-ounce can condensed Community singing, 7:30: The name wad Ave. Parents Shipley was
good
tries' to do.
I Cheddar p.m., with Bill Scott, song chosen by the ? provide low prices to pur of the bridegroom are beJ man Uahen were A.3.C.
And, of course, It Is the big I cheese soup until leader, and Jake Besancon, yearbook staff, chasers. Mr. and Mn. Stephen Sopkoof Jdeph Bennington of Bar

fair things' prices-, and good Integrity merchandise You, smooth; gradually add 1/3 cup pianist. Program, 8, under to show "a pats* A Shell Collection DonatedA 411 E. Belmar St. t* and A.3.C. Charles Higuat -
lust can't beat this combineIon. milk and }& teaspoon tarragon direction of Mrs. Peggy alls between' large collection of mollusks StreetLengthFor Jr. of Arizona. The ushit -
/ (crushed). Heat, stirring now Clark Burr, vocal Instructor the beginning W it ;1;, valued at more than wore blue military dress
and then. Meanwhile, place aslice at Lakeland Junior High of the Grecian+ \; $10,000, was presented to USP her marriage, the (forme.
School. There will be numbers culture and the last Friday for use In classroom bride wore a street-length / Assisting In hospitalities at
I of tomato on each of 6 by the class of advanced] rise of the new CEUA instruction and research. gown of imported lace over ihe reception which followed
MATHER FURNITURE halve. of toasted English muf- ensembles and her beginners' university community. The gift was presented to bridal satin. The fitted bodice fkt Mr. and Mrs. Sopko'i
flnn; broil a few minute.. Top class, including Little Miss Internationally-known Jazz President John S. Allen by was fashioned with a I I home were Mrs. J. H. Turn-
120 N. M.... Ave.PhMie each with a poached egg. Pour Lakeland and her escort who pianist and band leader Count Mrs. Joseph P. Hlllmaa of square neckline of re-em-/fer, Mrs. Michael Banyas,
I sauce over and sprinkle with will pay tribute to St Pat- Baste and his orchestra will Clearwater Beach.A broidered scallops. The bellJ[ Mrs. Edward Will and Mrs.
I MU 2)1 rick. Mrs. Edna Macfarlane appear on campus March 23 cavalcade of USF pre-law ra skirt was fashioned/ J. D. Post IL
I MRS. R. i
HAROLD GRIZZARD '
about 1
tablespoon chopped is program chairman. in the Teaching Auditorium.The students participated earlier short bustle wits' After the reception, the
t arsley. Make. 8 servings. Wednesday chatsew. 2 big band leader for two' this weekend in a state-wide white satin roses at the walsf couple left for their new

I p.m., style show by women and one-half decades began conference at the University Horizon Club A crown of seed pearls hef home, 404 Hopkins Blvd., Bt-
631a with November birthday. lila music career on drums of Florida College of Law. her veil of Illusion, and si lox!, Miss, where the bride
Isv Hats will be from Hollywood and was later taught piano A stereo-band dance featuring carried a bouquet center groom is completing h t straining
Hat Shop, Mrs. K. M. Ash- by his mother. Basle's music the Playboys' was held in Open House with a white orchid. / at Keesler Air Force
field, cahirman. Cards, 7:30: Includes boogie-woogie and the University Center Ballroom Miss Frances Sopko, brie- Base. .

/ rOy' 'r* p.m., Mr. and Mrs J. p, blue.the beat His undying produced allegianceto year mission last, casual night. dance The no-ad drew Today '3-5 Reporting
itf w'4 Jones, of Pennsylvania, hosts. aa. ,
a tired student
after many
year of best away
1 1f. ? a '"Ij tut Thursday cards, 7 p.m./, Veiling records. Public tickets i from his books for a few Members of the Horizon nsLte r
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur BakerOf will go on sale March 18 for hours of relaxation. Club senior Camp Fire Florida University
Pennsylvania, boils
Candidates To Speak
f. Friday cards, 2 U.A Girls) will bold open house
Mrs. p.m., campus-wide picnic, called] Florida gubernatorial candidates this afternoon from 3 to S I
Isabelle
1 Effie Kruse and Mrs the Spring Bull Session, Is will be featured In a o'clock at the clubhouse, 2600 .By CAROLYN ROB ned trip to Europe this sum
hostesses.Wallace of Michigan, scheduled for March 24 In the weekly meet-the candidate Buckingham Ave., in observance Campus Correspond mer.FSU
area of the University Center. aeries beginning this week. of the 54th birthday TALLAHASSEE B tlM athletes also spent a
Saturday cards, 7 p.m., The picnic will feature entertainment The meeting will be open without Tuesday of the Camp Fire Spring weather and Marge full weekend. In the opening
Mr. and Mrs C. J. Bean of and a picnic lunch admission to the general Girls founding. number of visiting rents home track meet of the season
Ohio, hosts. A. S. Mabuth Is out-of-doors. public on Wednesdays at 1:25: Especially invited are all helped to make Florid State the FSU thlnclads de-
r card chairman. Lee Greene, new editor of p.m. In the chemistry auditors of those who have been University's Parent cu. feated the University of Miami
-- ium. Feature sneakers will
t ,.er rs' members of, or worked with weekend a big During the exciting
include State Senator Scott Camp Fire Girls during the success. The fIJ.:" meet eight meet records and
of Lakeland.
Kelly years the organization has Flying High! three school records were
A recent student poll showed been active in Lakeland. Seminole put 1' broken all by FSU men. In
preference by far for Intercollegiate
Camp Fire recorda are In- on some really I tennis the FSU netters clammed *
r; sports sports nationally
4( slprnwtL. affiliated fraternal societies complete, but indicate Camp terrific sellout Valdosta State to 0 but
e&A. at USF. The poll was Fire groups were active in perform- ( were closely defeated by the
administered by the Student and around Lakeland as ancts. Thai University of Florida 8 to 4.
I Association Bureau of Investigation early as 1911. most exciting I Iel The women's tennis team,
and research. The earliest Camp Fire re as act Racquettes, wound up with a
USP Coed Yvonne Suarer. group to have a guardianstill this corre- 8 to I win against the Rollins
was crowned) queen of the living in Lakeland was spondent hail College) women's team.
; organized in 1923. Mrs. NeU ever seen, the" .
Latin Fiesta In Tampa pageant Best wishes are extended to
: : rt9ilil last week. The sophomore WhIte Swindell Ml E. Orange triplesomersault CfOLYN Mr and Mrs. Dean DuBols
coed will visit Europe St., was guardian and from the fly* trapeze, for their recent marriage.
.Seen inMccalr'j with her court this summer. her daughters Elizabeth and was successfully perorated at Mrs. DuBois la the former
"' My apologies to Bill Hampton Margaret, were members. all five shows LtU Bowie Claudia Brewster of Lakeland,
I d ClaIMu and Shirley Carter, whom Records show that Mrs. Jack of Lakeland was ne of the a 1963 graduate of LHS. Dean,
II I failed to say attended the Darracott, the former Annette pretty coeds in t> "hanging who received his diploma
I e fir \ recent outdoor barbecue of the Bloodworth was also ladders" act. f from Florida State Universitywith
Senior Accounting Club. a member of that group. During the wewnd a con a major In business finance
This week I would like to The first Horizon Club In test was held I see which In December, is presently
; rI I 'recognize Richard Wehr, physical Lakeland was organized by dormitory couldregister the) employed] in Bradenton.
education Instructor. Mr. Mrs R. Harold Grlzzard. largest percent!* of parent Upon completion of Claudia's
Wehr has recently been doing wife of Lakeland's mayor The winners (were Jennie freshman year at FSU she
research on the amount of The club was named in hon Murphree, fresnan women's and Dean plan to move to
strength the body has In different or of Mrs. Spessard L. Holland residence hall/nd Smith Hall Los Angeles where she will
positions at different who was First of
Lady for men. Mtele Cooper of continue her college careerIn
angle. Taking part In this research Florida at the time and is Auburndale aft Carol Cooperof the field of elementary
I are Joe Williams and now the wife of United States Lake
Waif are two of the education.
Cella WWiI of Lakeland. Senator Holland.wearing. Jennie
womei while Joe Par- Miles Wnilams of Halnes
nab of Aubuhdale and Brian City has been announced as
Beasley of Later Haven are one of the two Lambda Chi
residents of Smith. delegates to the University
House Decorations Party Convention which began
I Winning Aie sorority house at FSU last week. Miles,
\ decoration!contest wss Kappa who has been active In cam
Delta/of which Barbara pus doings, recently appearedin
Melton .akeland Is a memo the Sigma Kappa Variety
ir4r !ber._ The'{D house-front was Show.
fixed up to depict a ship
Filled
I represenmg_the. _Circus' planSpiokiq !: Quota
T. The quota of women for
of Beauty next fall's freshman class has

Vf ,Mlle already been filled accordingto
Sore J.adeg still believe that Associate Registrar Willis

Jubilee' 1 Coiffure" By Philip JM S. Fla., CaldwelL However, freshmenmen
and transfer students
does
only high-
;a'li't' [;jjj b.t. fashion hair may still apply for the term
/
Patent which begins Sept 2.
.-- Isbellevb.gZ do's. This Is a
Two coeds from Lakeland,
C misconception.We Tammy More and Kathy

tI Pe $ j o'sHeadquarters' I the lie each Individual-hair Beat, recently went with other
bright members of the FSU Wesley
You will never know oil there rs to be sold about Gulldcroft .tYh for Foundation to the Southern

style-fashioned spectacles until you hove worn your own, and everyday, witha Methodist Student Convention,
spring I madness knew what It mean to combine style and comfort. What flair for something held In Leesburg. Tammy

better time to find out than NOW that different can be and Kathy, roommates In
Reynolds Hall, are enjoying
Te .leek snmrl, be uneitDree .. H'ILIP combed and their Florida
Layer upon layer of sparkling champagne shades will last, or for freshman year at
to celebrate I. .... sea eve sehctiee. ,I that}bees u> State.
help you the new season. Life Stride) ,_ _n. Though. the bouf-
fashions the upper In Jubilee Potent to make sure .A" \psi we+ mmg for some,
It keeps Its sparkle. Also available In a combination .::: Peoples Bank-Merchant Plan !other d n't have the time to Organ Recital
F.N.B -- cope witGoodn It. I
of Red, White and Blue Patent; both with Charge Plan
Is 6
matching accessories. nt. Mrs. McCowen.epare Today At
P.S. o 1 for with
spring
a facialcure A Lenten organ recital will
manicure
12.99SNYDER'S and
pediCatherine. -
brie- 219 I, hmonlakeland HIGHTOWER OPTICAL CO. by Pedicuring I be presented at All Saints'
Is most portant because with Episcopal Church today at I

SHOE STORE (Polk Ceenry's Onff G.IU Opticleii) open sho 1 comes showing toes p.m.Select
They sh 'Id be "showy" toes.Hi by Bach, Buxte-
117 So. Kentucky Downtown Lakeland) 201 E. lemon Sr. Lakeland Ph. MU C-506S C .. e series) hude, Rowley and de Cabezon
I. -Adv. will be played by Robert Par-
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NEW FREEZING METHOD I SLINGSHOT JUMPER


Dry It And, Forqet... It Foods Will Be Available Bv 1970 NEWEST TEENAGE CRAZE

Sweeping the home sewing
GAINESVILLE Here's
cultural
a
new recipe for Southern fried Experiment Stations. the frown product. Nitrogen weight by about 80 to M per turning very closely: to Its natural water In the process. Meats Today only a few plants are market is the latest design
chicken: Buy I plump chicken developed Freete-dryfcig technique is a recently-In food is then Injected tp replace the cant, a definite advantage in appearance. have a relatively low water producing freeze-dried prod in jumper" called the "sling
oxygen In the food and to re- shot. Deep "V" in front
store it in your kitchen for preservation that Is expectedto tard spoilage due to oxidation. shipping and storage over normal Kuhn points out that nearlyall content and It is feasible to ucts. However through extensive and aides account for this
two years at room temperature boom Into a $1 billion a The finished product is actually foods says Kuhn. For fruits vegetables and freeze-dry them. research this Infantof unuRual name. A must for
fry and serve with peas year operation' by 1970. Bail- dehydrated and ready for example 100 pounds of frozen meats are suited for freeze- The food microbiologist predicts the food Industry Is expected everv wardrobe.
and potatoes. cally it Is a process that packaging.Since chicken meat win weigh, only drying preservation and con to grow Into a giant In the
This meal sounds Impossible sucks moisture from frozen 29 pounds after freezedrylng.This sumption. Generally, any food quantity buyers such as next few concludes Gilberg's, The House of
because normally the chicken foods without appreciably water and oxygen are means 71 pounds of water with a high protein or starch restaurants, schools, hospitals, Kuhn. years 1,000 Fabrics, is featuringthis
would wither away to bones In changing the color shape ortaste attracted to freeze-dried produce was taken out content freeze dries essily. the armed forces and outdoor new slingshot fashion
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announced by her parents,
\ Mr. and Mrs. J. Lowell Franzof
2612 Palmeden Drive, at a
dinner party which was givenIn
honor of the affianced cou
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III V included Mr. Ferris' parents.
I Plans for the wedding will
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native of Detroit and
Flint, Mich. Miss Franz was
graduated from Lakeland High
School In 1960 where the held
offices in the Art Guild and
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Club and Biology Club, she
was also active in the chorus
J and band.
At the University of South
Florida, Miss Franz was a
member of the charter class
and was graduated in 1963
ftf with a bachelor of arts degreein
education. While attending
ftr USF, she was president and
historian of Signs Fraternal
Society, a women's social organization
She served as both
junior and senior representative
to the Council of Fraternal
f. Societies and participatedin
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It i the University's Association. first She was campus also
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v teaching at Riverside Elementary
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was graduated with the char.
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f of the Business Administration
Club and the Judo
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be very helpful In eliminating th. "set lines" when combing out.

To obtain a leaflet of the first eight hair styles appearing in this series,
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Garden Club Circles Plan THE NERVE TRUTH DEAFNESS ABOUT i



i'': I I ZIAWN & GAR DEN Now fret for Booklet the first Tells time All ANYWHERE .

Meetings And Garden ToursCircles Get the fact about
'GUIDE I' the Nation's No. 1 cause of
i Sri tylP / hearing dfetress NERVE
et- of the Garden Clubof 2715 Palmeden Drive Subject "Legends In Flowers" Mrs. DEAFNESS!
Lakeland Inc, will meeton : "Garden Tour"DRIFTWOOD Herbert StarrJACARANDA. PEGGY BROWN Until today little hen been
WV"'C1l Wednesday aa follow, : t p.m. at the : 2:30 p.m, at By written about this painless Iniiible .
with the exception of the Camellia home of Mrs. E. S. Teachout the home of Mrs. P. E. Snyder Garden Columnist condition that handicapand
and the Gladiolus circles III 1677 W. Lane Subject: 160 Lake Holllngsworth I Isolates millions.
which meet Thursday "Flower Show Formulas," Drive. Flower show will be This new booklet explains
AMARYLLIS: 2:30: p.m. at Mrs. George Huckabay. dl cu sed. what Nerve Deafness is, how It
i Perfect for Easter the home of Mrs. J. L. Raul- FOUNDERS': 2 p.m. at the LAKE PARKER HEIGHTS: Interferes wltb hearing and
erson 218 Like Holllngsworth home of Mn. George Dickey 2 p.m st the home of Mrs.' what symptoms to look for
Road. Subject: "Flower Arrangements Lakeland William A. Moore 3630 Lakeland Find out why you may hear but
Highlands. Subject
," : Hills Blvd. Plant Passion Vine an't understand. Will surgery
guest speaker. "Fun with Birds in Florida," Subject:
AZALEA: 2 p.m. at the "Conservation." or I hearing aid help? Will any.
So Comfortable. home of Mrs. Frank A. Canon Mrs. Arthur WestGARDEN MAGNOLIA: 10 s.m. st the thing help?
feels as though 400 Minnehaha Trail. The GATE p.m..t home of Mrs. Herman Lewis, For Flowers, Fruit This remarkable FREE book-
J': flower show schedule will be the home of Mrs. L. P. Kirk 1925 Cherokee Trail. A garden let tells what science has doneto
it has been worn studied. Mr*. Fenton Wells land, 202 Arlana Blvd. Au- tour Is planned. Everyone who gardens should know all about help you if you have nerve
,t' will lead discussion burndale. Subject: "VisitingGardens ORANGE BLOSSOM 130s : deafn.... Just send your name
before! lolls and fertilizers and you can get this informa-
Mrs. H. L. Askew
BEACON HILL: 1:30: a.m.at .m. Members will go to Cypress tion by attending Class 4.of the Landscape School and address to .:Telex Hearing
the home of Mrs. Ormand GARDENIA: 2 p.m. at the Gardens. Mn. Franklyn being taught by Prof. Thomas Improvement, Dept. C-l, 3054
Harrell. 612 S. Ingraham Ave. home of Mn. R. P. Watson Ireland is In charge of arrangements' Mack at the Lakeland pie near the base of the flower Excelsior Boulevard MinneapoLis ( -
A horticultural panel discus.aion 47 Lake Hunter Drive. Subject 16, Minnesota.
Senior High School Tuesday Five stamens In the center
will be moderated by : "Genetics Pertaining to PALM 9-30 -ad..
: em. st the
7 10 pollen-
to support
from p.m. hjeavy
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Mrs. F. R. Bergquist. Hemerocallls, E. C. Brad- home of Mrs. James punts bearing anthe' .
weekend the
CALLIANDRA: 9:30 a.m. at dock. 3205 folk Ave. Program will! This coming As bonus will have
a a
you
the home of Mrs. Walter\ GARDEN PATH: 9:30 s.m be on "Dried Arrangements" second annual Ridge Orchid fruit a little larger than a F.N.B. Chars Plant P.I.M.
Show will be stagedin
Page 2808 Coventry AveA Members will visit POINSETTIA 9.45 Society
Meade : : a.m. st hen egg and t deep purpleIn
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Florida National Bank.You'll
Bone Calf corsage workshop will be conducted Gardens, State Garden Club. the home of Mrs E. B. Sutton the color. It drops from the The Finest Danish
White Calf by Mrs. A. J. Williams. GLADIOLUS: Thursday at 832 W. Oak Drive. Each be sorry if you do not vine
when it I is, ripe, and Isat '
CAMELLIA: Thursday at 10 10 a.m, at the home of Mrs. member Is to bring sn ar stop by sometime Saturdayor Its best eaten then and ancjj FinnishOVENWARE
14.99 the home of Mrs. Sunday and see this worldof
at
I.m. Discussion
Maywood Chesson,1415 Seville rangement. will
there Inside the leathery I
Charles Holober. 2811 Buck Place Mrs. Ralph Hdnahan be held on the arrangements. the tropics where orchids fruit are numerous small
ingham. Business meeting will speak on birds. RAMBLING ROSE: 930s :: grow as.daringly and bloom blackish seeds, enclosed In
::::: :I planned. S the home as profusely. any wild plantat .
GLORIOSA: pm. at the m. at of Mrs Ray a yellowish aromatic and By Frtdtnk tunning
,. CROTON: Flower show from home qf Mrs. Byron H. Comstock Fortner 1810 Petersburg Sub ease in its everyday habi juicy pulp which is delicious.
See Our Collection 1:30: to 3:30: p.m. at Garden 314 Fountain Drive Ject: "Our Fine Feathered tat. Fruit Fellows Flower FRAVESSI CARDS
Center. Theme la "Communi.I Subject: "0. t tin. Gardens Friends" Mrs. Ralph Hans- Not Pampered DarlingsWe Since the passion fruit follows
; of I cations Floracast." Hostesses have to realize
Ready for Spring Jack Harrell ban come the of the
I : i are Mrs. Albert Kostal ROYAL POINCIANA: 7:30: that orchids are not the pampered flower one withering Come Out end Rgltttr For
John Romain Handbags and Mrs. Ellis D. Verlnk. HIBISCUS: 1:30: s.m .at the p.m. at the home of Mrs. Carl hothouse darlings we with the new might life compareit which Our Weekly Draw For A
DAHLIA: (30: a.m. at the home of Mrs. Bernie Shiver Ferlemen 1635 Pin.b e rr y. once believed them to be. Christ to world
the by
;$'n ::: : I home of Mrs. 0. 0. Sample 732 Fairway Ave. Subject: Subject: "Corsage Workshop" They have been revealed to His sacrifice gave on the cross $5

Mrs R. E. Hutchinson: be hardy in growth and long many Eastern ago. The passion
85ss/ SHORE ACRES: members lasting In.bloom. Here' Is flower depicts the cross GIFT CERTIFICATE

Benf ord's will leave the home of Mrs. something you can grow for by the three parts of the sta Ie _
Boot Wet ins Sur Sat swan
C. E. Lang 1825 and too. Most
ery Cesco st hobby profit men. The three stigmas rep To fl' ,nisei Ie Wle,
9:30: a.m. for Dade City where backyards will accommodate
resent the nails, and the five
Open Fri. Eve. DOWNTOWN they will tour the tropical a slat house or already has anthers the wounds of Christ.
nursery and greenhouses st St. a tree that you can grow The ring of filaments inside GxinJoTQitr&
Leo's S c h a 0 I. Following some plants In. Believe me, the .petals symbolizes the \'
luncheon, the group will! tour once you begin collecting
crown of thorns worn by the
sn African violet nursery In plants you will soon outgrow Saviour and surrounding this .
Dade City. the tree and the slat house.If .
are the 10 petals which represent
AMlRICA'SfMSJROSES SUN DIAL: 8:30: s.m. at the you grow Cattleya trl- the loyal Apostles.
t home of Mrs. John W. Cook, angel in profusion you might
Judas the betrayer and 2015 Poe St.
824 S. Mississippi Subject: want to serve orchid salad Thomas the doubter are omit-
"Soil Fertilizers" guest speaker. at your next dinner party. ted. The style supporting the S r.iht Out I. M.(. Te
Actually orchid salad is one Phillips 66 Station -
: stigma la seen as the spongeof THIN Right On Untftllow
of foods
the
common eaten
vinegar thrust in the Lord'sface T. Out Sin
by some of the South American
" Select *1 or better busheson Citrus Tea natives in regions where described and finally as symbolic the italk of the Is Chi Yew Moms A Gilt Tee

" the petals are gathered easIly
Dr. rootttock
Huey Gospel.
Blue Ribbon from the trees. _

properly potted by us. Serve Exotic Salad
" Winners ToldBlue To prepare this special I
I dish you will need petals & UNIQUEA

Non-Patented ribbon winners In the only of the Cattleya trianael. ,
I 195 Chop them on your salad
= Standard Varieties artistic flower arrangement
board to a medium consistency
or Including Peace, Mirandy, contest held in conjunctionwith along with three partsof

the 14th annual citrus tea some other leafy vegeta
t.
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Armstrong In 2 Gal. Cans
ble. As far
were Mrs J. H. Rhodes ofRoyal as seasoning goes,
. AND MANY OTHER VANITIES AVAILABLE try Just a small squeeze of
Poinsettia circle of the
lime Juice. If you prefer;
,
S Garden Club of Lakeland,
; '?HE DUCHESS OF CYPRESS" any salad dressing may be
Inc.; Mrs. 0. Fenton Wells of used. The orchid petals havea
; ; I Azalea Developed by N. C. Peterson Azalea circle; Mrs. 0. 0. mild string bean flavor.
fr t; t : Named for FLORIDA CYPRESS GARDENS.
Sample, Dahlia circle; Mrs. To use fewer orchid petals
: A light 'pink flower_ Sport of Ben Smith, Dahlia circle and try scattering a few over
?'.f/ the famous Due. d. Rohn.. ; pineapple slices and serve
Mrs ]
C. Llchlyter RamblingRose with salad
dressing
'j Blossoms over a long period.
circle Crowing abundantly In
If 125 GRANADA ROSE-Thls rose of Spain Is anything but plain.A Tricolor: winner in the arrangement Florida Is a garden symbolof x
GALLON Usa warm blending of scarlet, nasturtium and lemon shades has contest was Mrs. the first Easter morning t iFt s
CAN SIZE earned it the title of "the sassiest, brassiest hybrid tea roc: the Passion Mower. It belongs t 'F r
i srafr - es r ss ever" Its penetrating and somewhat spicy aroma If reminiscent Irs English Amaryllis circle. to the genus Passiflora, A perfect seedbed In

: AZALEA LINERS of the old-fashioned roses grandma used to grow, according Arrangements were judged on a family of perennial woody
4 for 100 one
: to the hybridizers Howards of Hemet, Calif. GranadaIs the most effective use of flowers vines native to the tropical I easy operatlon-

6-12 Inch in peat pots the 1964 AI1-America Rose Selections winner. citrus fruit, blossoms, regions of North and South yours' only from GRAVELY
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l1' f HARRELL'SFEinUZM contest, Mrs Dorrie Springfield rapid growers and may be r And.a rwrr wd.n'.In,rats).euht
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Pope's hat took In about
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boll of
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plant. vine to follow
FREE-IAWN I GARDEN BOOK r1
FOR 1964-FREE
l 1t winner In the citrus it up to the desired location Lakeland, Florida A'p;ee
cooking contest Blue ribbon whether it be trellis or
winners were Mrs B. D. Kendrick wall. Phone 681.1$sa

ORTHO-CRO ORTHO Mrs. J. Wallace Payne, The flowers are lovely to Y rj

Mrs W. L. Jackson Mrs. Bessie -' look at. White petals have a ""'1'1"11' ,.J! t-l '" "I'JI: ::.' I
LIQUID FERTILIZERThis ROSE SPRAY KIT 0 Maxwell Mrs. R. D. Dex- circle of threadlike rays
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Babson Park Creative Arts FestivalTo Easter Parader Will Have Foot In A SlingNEW Sunday,LAKELAND March IS, 1M4 LEDGER.IIC


At The ChurchesALL

YORK-This year the Iy in sling backs, reports Shoe ladylike air of these graceful In pump or sandal the sling'

Include Workshops And ProgramsBABSON fashionable Easter Parader has Fashion Service of Leather shoes are an integral part of back has a spring-like delicacy. SAINTS' EPISCOPAL
Industries of America. Pretty '64 footwear styling which The sling's airy charms are of
her foot In St ADM' chapter Episcopal
a sling sandals and low-cut with the available In varied
slings, teams perfectly new a assortment
Churchwomen of All
PARK-Workshops the Creative Center will speakon Miss Lucille Kohler of Sarasota Coma Easier morning, you'llbe pumttt will be leading the parade spring apparel for a complete of strap widths and formations Saints' Episcopal Church will
and programs on a variety of "Extrasensory Perceptionand stepping lightly and smart The relaxed line and "costume look." and a diversity of
writer and lecturer. A .. ._-.- ---- ----- meet tomorrow at noon In
I subjects are planned In con- Its Relation to Art." leather textures smooth, the lounge. Miss Lucy M.
nection with the three-day Saturday at 10 ..m., Kenneth panel discussion will be conducted grained suede patent, embossed Burker will speak on "Con

all-media art exhibit scheduled D. Morrison and those by Mrs L. Keith Quinn and lustre leathers. cern Work for the Aging."

Friday through Sunday at interested in the Audubon Society associate member of the Na Slim but sturdy soles provide Hostesses will be Mrs. Lee
Babson Park Creative On- will meet at the new the foot support and balanceso Brown and Mn. J. Harris
Iter. The Creative Arts Festival Audubon Center and then go tional Writers Club. essential to a willowy walk. Storm

I Is sponsored by Webber to the Webber Auditorium to The first In a series of three The classic closed leather

[ College and Babson Park view art exhibits there.A evening programs will be pre- pump shows off Its shallower FIRST PRESBYTERIANMen

[Creative Center. creative writing workshop sented at S o'clock Friday silhouette discreetly un- and women of first
Friday afternoon at 3'30: conducted by Mn. Charles T. adorned or sporting fiat buck Presbyterian Church will

{o'clock Clarence J. Tlbado of Brown wiU begin at 2 p.m. night. The keynote address v ,, }t. 1 les or bows tiny button trim have a Joint meeting with a
take Wales, art instructor at Saturday. Speaker will bd will be made by Dr. Stephent. or applique. As with most catered dinner! tomorrow it

Speronls, vice pre ldenf of dress shoe styles the mld-he 8.45: p.m. In the fellowship

Tampa University. Dr. Spe currently rates No. i. though hall. This will replace the
some higher heels are being men's meeting and the wom
ronls la a political analyst and
worn.
en's coffee.
television commentator. His Spectators In Step 'T.
I Id It Dr. Fred tenfestey
/ / / subject will be "Man the The spectator Is still an ac- president ,of the new Polk

Measure." tive participant in the annual County Junior College. will
I, walk down the avenue on speak.
Evening Of Poetry Easter Sunday. For added Interest t
this promenader FIRST CHRISTIAN
at I o'clock pert
Saturday night combines leather texture or Winter Haven

the program "An Evening color-euch as smooth leather WINTER HAVEN The

\ r with the Poets," will be pre- with a patent leather toe or 44-voica Transylvania College .

sented. On stage will be Mrs. fine-grained leather with Choir of Lexington Ky.,
will present a concert at
Morrison chairman of the smooth perforated trim. Soft
wrinkle-free leather linings First Christian Church tues-
Ridge Poe try Auoclitlon day at 8 There will be
eliminate discomfort and stockIng p.m.
HAZEL HALEY Harry M. Meacham:chairmanof snags. no admission charge)
By judge today's younger gen _
|"The Curious Savage" is a eration by the headlines on the advisory board of the In the shoe color spectrum

trfectly sensational comedyt the front page and the vio- Academy of American Poets; pale tones-frankly feminine-

Is going to be put on by lence in New, York schools A. M. Sullivan member of lead. Bone "stocking tint"
come to the city auditoriumthis colors and pretty pastels bring
senior class ot Lakeland Dun and Bradstreet past edi-
the freshness of springtime to
J _h> School at the city audi- Thursday or Friday
tor of Dun's Review and Modern level.
fashion at ground Raspberry
f tfflrlum and Frl- night and find out for your.
on Thursday
self what today's childrencan Industry; and past president EVER PAINT A TREE PINK As a part of the decorations for the Junior Woman's combines deliciouslywith
I,d nights at I o'clock .
, Ti/nd y because I am the Lake- do. Many of you recall of the Poetry Society of Club's benefit bridge and style show Friday night at New Civic Center members are painting navy and shades of red

held Little) Theater column- with painful nostalgia the America; and Hans Juergensen a tree pink and hanging it with hearts clubs, diamonds and spades motifs In mobile fash- green and blue are also im- JEWELRY DEPT.SPECIALS

/"t.t(I am permitted by an In- cornball antics of your own poet, artist and professor ion. Pictured working on the decorations are, from left, Mrs. Howard Sims, chairman of the portant. .

|4Mgent Ledger to plug once high school plays when activities of humanities at the University decorating committee; Mrs. Dick Busing, general chairman of the style show; and
.. year my own show of both audience and James Shofner second vice president of the club and a member of the decorating St. David'sEpiscopal I
of
South Florida. I
cast left much to be desired. Mn'j
(Ledger photo by Perkins)
connection between the Church'
pe Your offspring has left you "An Evening with American I
areas is not too remote, behind not only in modern Composers" will be presented HI I.,..", Dr.
[fort! standards for all local math and chemistry but in Sunday night at S o'clock with I'''Fashion Finesse' Theme Of f Annual Wifcomei 1TStrvkM ..
[amateur productions h a v e.En theater too. Come see if you Alphonse Carlo violinist, and

I I raised immeasurably by agree for there is a possi- Katherine Carlo, pianist, mem- Church -':10 A.M.,10:45- A.M.
of Lakeland's
presence bility that I speak with a bers of the Rollins College Church SchMl 9:45 .....
Theater. What was. prejudiced mind. Faculty and the Florida Junior Woman's Club Benefit Bridge f vmrnif 6 ......
enough for the last ..
K gen- Both general admission Symphony Orchestra. TA ..... KKf WolloAA P50,555
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is -
on no longer goodenough
tickets and reserved seats No tickets are needed for _. __. I I
[: for this one In the will be available at the box the daytime events. Visitors "Fashion Finesse" will be Sherril Rutty Keyettes; Dr. -

I way of live entertainment. office. I would not embarrass will be admitted without the them. of the benefit Shelton T. Bass, Ed Tsrver
I,tiLT has done much to teach
you or me by mentionIng charge. There will be no bridge and style show pre- ,and Carroll Kirkland.
ling people about good I the Infinitesimal fee charge for the evening events, Child Models DRIVEIN
through children's1 sented by the Junior Woman's
ater a leas than the cost of two but admittance to any or all Children models are Clayton
rkshop, children's plays loaves of bread and not nearly of them will be by ticket only. Club Friday at 8 p.m. at New Hollls Jim Hlnson CatKlrkland

musicals, special per- as fattening. Bring your Those wishing to make reservations Civic Center auditorium. Jeanette Shofner NO AWING PROBLEMS Tr .AdwM1

nances of good plays for children too; this Is tie only may call Mrs. L. Proceeds are to be used Deneese and Robyn Harrell TAPE RECORDER

school and Junior high play in my long history of Keith Quinn or Mn. Camilla for the club's various projects Vicky Prldgen Vicky Linns- 119 W. Main St. ,
cots, plus the regular Brenda Busing Dean I .. !
directing them that did not Webber McConnell at the college man i e.M455MM r.ft)9j
|rate season. necessitate a single cut for or Mrs Ellsworth Appelat the largest of.which is Fortner and Candy Bell. ., .,.
Upgrade Theater decency's sake.Croton. Lake Wales 3-4964. the Children's Rehabilitation Junior Woman's Club mod I l I ((.r. Main I Mluourl!) M55r5 Mllnlo* I*"

akeland High School IIRd Ranch according to Mrs. Dick els taking part are Mrs. Wil WITH EACH ROIL PROCESSED

I to be in the vanguard Busing, general chairman for liam Llnneman Mrs. Edwin HAVINO I OR MORE PRINTS 1138 EastM.morlal
effort to Circle To
upgrade Sponsor McMullen. Mrs. Charles Lyons .
Recent yean have the show. OR BUY ONE SET Blvd.
Mrs. Nicholas Dlehrn.
,
such ambitious Flower Show Spring and Easter styles to Mrs. William A. Brower Jr., MINTS GET ONE SIT RII

of theln as the Wednesday"Communications be modeled will be furnished Mrs. Edward SUtes Mrs. BEST
YOUR HIM DESERVES THE
Prize winning "The
by The, Empire Miller's, Huntley Rlcker Mrs. Kathy
of the August Flora- from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Joyce Corner Edwards Hlnson. Mrs. True Burr and Belt Quality Fast Service
'I.IOU" "The Diary of cast" will be the theme of Garden Center Mrs. Kirkland.
." This yesr's the J9M flower show sponsored Circles participating In the Macy Gladys Bernice, Tickets for the event maybe

qice is another example of by the Croton circle of show besides the Croton circle Shed's Carter's and Carol's purchased from any .club CAMERA SHOPI

mature acrlpt with somehg the Garden Club of Lakeland.1 will be the ,Camellia Shoe Store. Children's fashions member of at the door. I I

to say, Interpreted with Inc. The show will be open, Driftwood and RamblingRose from GInn'i Junior FasIons -
jlrmth and sensitivity by a to the public WednesdayReligious circles. I
oool
Q ooncrol teaooooaQQaa
and men's and
tlicated company of fine All entries are to be placedat boys' m
|ing people. the center between 1:30: fashions from Myrlck'i will 1. .

The Curious Savage" Groups' and 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.Late also be shown. Hairstyle dry clothes D

Btten, incidentally by John entries will not be Judged wlU be by Coiffures by Philip. D

trick of "Teahouse" fame Meeting Calendar a spokesman said. Judging Background music will be a '.TraadeNr
is offbeat, in a sense will begin at 11 a.m. and 696s.,5d
it takes place in an ex- exhibits'are to be removedby provided by Cannon Music RADIO

slve sanatorium for the ktiniul IAVIA. rod THC AMHIAHI OAY a_ For a 4:30 p.m.Members Company, -

entally disturbed. The play *ution Ar .r-Altat..ndMq wz.DIN,e.aaeToday nr Mot. .5Wtbe of the flower Prizes For Players day. .4.M.a.4.e.: .-= -,= =,

Offered In Its Broadway apearance show committee are as follows Mrs. William R. Ross will InightlPJorr

from a lack of ..r.Tllt' smvicra roe TH. : Mrs. M. N. Allmen- be fashion for '
mpathy with the author's fcMol HAF OP Mch POLK luniur COUNTY-sold.AI a en a ...: dlnger chairman; Mrs. T. N. commentator
htentions. I believe that .oritilp' MTrteoA ?ant Neon Sun Morrison cfrchalrman; Mrs. the show Bridge and canasta Iii Jewel
d? AI 1 O 4. M Incw4 BAptlut
hese high schoolers have Church, orn.r Avtnuo M Ao4 34Ui Morrison;classification; Mrs. will follow the style parade. .
a i. winter ,
HAW t.ll.w051a tour
tter comprehended what will follow wr.nly! Nrtlr. M. T Smith and Mrs. EllisD. Prizes will be awarded high

Patrick had in mind. The sat.IA/TN h ..LYTMteAN..IaalA.Ll.; at Verlnk educational exhlblts scoreri.A O HELI.OSor
ntention Is not to find I IA.T CMIIITIi1M'rpINNiM Af ; Mrs. F. R. Clayton 0
Chrlitl. GRUEN
Jooolilra mlAlitir.will large bridge card motif
Amusement in these Inmates, ..r.'JIoi& Anwion AA wrioAor judges and clerks; Mrs. JohnS. : ,
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ut to contrast their charm ", on\"AA M AmrtcM I >.... la Roll.Uio '.110.Mo...'. Turner photography; Mrs. will be used la decorating the .

*nd humor with the insane "wHTAimtTt r Af..n..,,,... Arthur M. Davis and Mrs. stage and auditorium with 1700
orld outside. Junior W4..nlor Him WonralniUrrollownltlo Smith schedule and Mrs. In
ooaiblnM oonrxl iluitW'ri ; large scale cards painted i .
Please Attend .u' Per tlow.C 1 45 pan 45 45,1,5' P11n Roland Essllnger staging.In pastel colors rather than the
More than a hundred children IIT 'HH.VTI IAM, tommnnl.c charge of horticulture traditional red and black. I.skNsev.1.
.ni rlAM lor Junior ft ,..
m 5L
see $10.75e4a.
are working on this .'Ion ol ritlori meet wlUi .rommunl entries are: Mrs. I. D. Mat- Models In the fashion review e
...ta And (....11... In ......u.... .
play, 11 in chett and Mrs.
although V.
only are prior to O.IBC' fooolfod AI AivmbcrA, T. Rlne- will be members of the
fhe cast. Properties, ward- At 8,30 PAUL p mIT LUTMIRAN ehnreh Inlormlllon hart cut flowers; Mrs. Nor Junior Woman's Club and

make-up sets publicly !- ,, ',e4 -,:.Jf 'tl4.C"'CH.: man Garvey and Mrs.. Joe children of members. Special
program tickets and amen Mural Ollll U 745. P... Bridges, roses; and Mrs. guest models are: Mrs. Wll Sere

other jobs require long WOMOAVOCTOLie Birdie, Felner flowering Ham Strand Florida Southern I
bar' School hours. Young mifLt SCHOOL BlihtrluM. trees, shrubs and vines. College Faculty Women's I Ia Now!
At I e..1, At MBMl. U3t 5.
1 Chairmen
pIe are happy to give 'e,5,15111Y':: of pre-entrles are: Club; Mrs. Erwin Spears
these hours; they ask in re- ? : '''"'ST. ",1..& A| Mrs. E. Eschrich. artistic design president of the Woman's

|urn only that somebody .VntV aunf? >of*niVTSmM.m, And vomto Mfflblaxlm of ; and Mrs. S. Anderson Club; Mn. James Young,
nine to see what have church for potted specimens. of Sorosis
they th' dlnnor 11 tt.r m.In president Junior ta
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clone and to approve it. Last fMlow.hl. hAU. Or. Fna Hostesses will be Mrs. Albert Club; Miss Alice Culberson aB
't..: t"j'.11": ,.
'ear a perceptive gentlemenrote nlllil" of Urn.. CouneU HOYTfUIAH.At I JO Kostal. Mrs. Verink and Lakeland High School; Miss n
a letter to the Ledger's V ton church 0,1.1 kfti) Mrs. Paul R. Hospe. Jill Eilertsen Lionettes; Miss
fAITH LUfl [ w0. ImJlAT
: "nadul' -
bpen forum commending our 'tMTHIIAN.
'Anne Frank." This was the MAff mootlnt, I ,m 11II At 4 DomAol tAcQool /
Mri Ulldwi 1301 Oollvrw1 ) the ELECTRIC Men's
pupreme accolade to those SSi*"'"' Too Taa. i p' easy way
who labored towards its sueMS. AC! tUTHIRAM, Junior :;; I 1ecL he3a 91100 17 Jewel
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4 *AM fi
KAtlOB lAM, 4MIMIA.UOS a la.l =.r
In the cast of "Savage" AtAAI. S .... Pw m Washday CM bt My tty-or nlgfrt-of the week j .

bre Claire Kummer Connie TUtssAVAP.eTsue when woaderU ELECTRIC dothts )
om a
yell dryer AUTOWINDGRUEN
easby Alma Dell Smith el.Ls _..... un a
'UNa Upshavr. Abbie Dog- a. ..._IM aiM. BlAUl these .* E1 MM JOB dry dotbn ilectrcsfV-' ( to the com- -

Mtt, Jill Eilertsen, Sherman !.. a4 irnue bom rv ol e'llt MTA. mall CLA7'a!. Kit. EJ tart or your on bonne-yoe do rwrt with wonles about HELBROS

Smith, Jim Cox. Jim Valen rJ:(VA-NTN'IIAV VNTIT, r.J: the wfither. And you do sway with I lot of hugging ,

tine. Kirk Quillian and Ray low..,":Mr, 'u) :.::,nl.5 lft:;'=rr.O NIM.. EJ heavy baskets of wet clothes to the dothesllno. aa or WALTHAM
I lias. For the past month M R I S T LMTMtHAM. oliUdnn'llllAlAlWA
N.N. 4 P.m. M VfW'dACI And electric clothes drying Is safe fast and QD
they have abandoned all oth- a $14.99 '' -
r pursuits to dedicate them- e:: tUTNIHAM, Allan OlUM.OIKIILAN : you'll like tin wit clothes coma out soft'and fluffy., aEI sa..a 0.N. wr

elves! completely to this play I,11TN LYTN/RAN. 1 OwetraU.aNuco See your electrical' dialer about m electric clothes -4 k4 .55

with II weekends.If rehearsals. nightly and Wtlosseewl reh.v..l .. ,101.a.nu 1 f.4,,,.M.. $ia 4 t/a to 12 EI dryer-inottiir' wry to better IMnfc electrically, I .rbM..wes._.. ..r.raw. 29"

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BEAUTICIANS WANTED : I II II Block Potont During The Month' of March pE I IE Ladles'Leather&Wallets Men's,

Wh" Patent I Billfolds, Clutches,
Enroll Now $ Block & White Potont Now It the tim to buy and .njoy the convni.nc* of a raw Elictric/ Cloth. 9D I French Panes

t Blue & Whit Potent Dryer The City of Lakeland will pay you $20.00 Initollolion allowance If you aE
For a Career Brown & Whit. Pottnf purchase your dryer during the month of March *lct the dryer of your choice' EI v.i... <. 1....

With a Future I Bon Antkjuod ,other .-, your appliance d.al.r will send us a ctrtiflcate of tol.. Our Horn fconomM a NOW 117.M411JCultured
will call at your home to give you many htlpful hints on your now Work Saver
APPROVE FOR TRAINING gLJJ WI wilL then mall your InttallatKM ollowonce check s.. your Appliance Dtaltr Q

VETERANS AND WAR ORPHANS PAMPER/H EASTER PUMF.Hert'ithefoinkM EI this Month and Live Better Ilwtrlcallyt ElQ a PearlPENDANTS

::"" I I ilhowerf M right for Ibis he most feminine season (Off.r sW In any era .**.* .f MM D.pe..f a
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Er--; .5I15..w50..1.. n5,4. LIf"' ta yeortl Yeull love every line ef its graceful flartery, "etrlt tV Wow VlllltlM. City .* L.k.l.sd.l.

.0.ww SNa.l 1r IrmoPw is 11- 4w/ 1.4511 errs./ ..." And hour after fashionable hour, you'd chertih. EJ Vohiesto 445COSTUME
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12-C LAKELAND LEDGER, Sunday, March II, 1H4 '

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Miss Maxine Mcintyre, Longtime iJ'l' < For

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Teacher, 'Woman Of f Achievement'A sleR

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A teacher In the Lakeland Sorosls Club, and is a memberof of the state, as first vice president ::;. '\:
s public school system for nearly the First Methodist Church as program chairmanand .
30 yeiri who has been ac BPWC Leader then as president of the : <
f' tin In professional and loclal "Both the Business and Professional Florida Federation. ;." i'
organizations has been named Women's Club of Made Changes .' \ Pqt' .
'a "Woman of Achievement" Lakeland are proud of Miss During her year as president ik fl.3j and after
r by the Lakeland Business and Mcintyre for her service to the state BPWC federation
Professional Women Club the local clubs and to the made the change from an ,
i" Miss Maxine Mcintyre was Florida Federation, She has elected corresponding secretary ,
been a member of the Pion- to that of hiring a business
chosen for the honor by the
.J r Remember .
BPWC since 1936 and has ; >
civic participation committeeof ette secretary and this has .
the BPW Club, which Is served In all the local chairmanships proved very successful In b" Easter comes early
and offices, Including out business.like r b
sponsoring a continuing program carrying procedures t
wherein outstanding women that of president She wasa for the state federation this year.
In Lakeland art singled director of District 7 of Her term was outstanding So don't wait too f
out for recognition by the club which Lakeland was formerlya for the federation becauseof I '' the
,: and the community, part, and served as public her exacting businesslike long to see
According to the committee affairs and radio and TV conduct In presiding at meetIngs 171 many refreshing
chairman for the state organization her ability to accomplish
which nominated Miss Mcln
r' outfits and dresses at'Madges
during which time she objectives and her warm
tyre for this honor, she is '
Innovated the use of standard
personality.
known for her pride In her
report forms for local chairmen "During Governor LeRoy
position and her personal Interest
and Invaluableaid Collins' tenure she
s reports was ap-
In her students She Is
to the state chairmen. She pointed to the Mathematics **
head of the mathematics department
was elected to the office of and Science Committee of ,
at Lakeland Senior
High School. third vice president, servingthe Florida Nuclear Development
state as membership chair Commission '
127 South Kentucky
'I" Brief BiographyThe man, as second vice president, "Although Miss Mcintyre is Downtown
following biography of acting as liaison officer be- active In civic and social
Miss Mcintyre was prepared tween the executive committeeand groups she Is first and last a
by the committee which nomInated the 12 district directors dedicated teacher" MISS MAXINE McINTYRE
her for the "Woman of I
1"\ Achievement" ranks:
t "A native of ''Polk, County, ag M llip it* vm w HBP" F S ''w fcr f
born In Lake Alfred, she was
. graduated from Bartow High
School, earned her bachelor of
arts degree at Florida Southern
.' College, her master ol
arts degree from Florida State ,
l' University, and Is still attendIng MATHER'SA

I'/(, studying classes to modern keep uptodateIn mathematics t ,( ,

and how to teach them,
by attended courses throughthe
Florida Institute of Con-
tinuing Studies r
"As head of the mathematics :
I department, Miss Mcintyre is r
I E proud of the fact that out of JdI79.r
the nine teachers in the de t
:
partment, seven are taking } :
these advanced courses in
order to keep up with modern
[1>1
methods of teaching The
'. '-l
classes she teaches are all on ; I '
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advanced mathematics and she .
, : SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR!
comments that "the revolutionin 'j. .
.. '"
the approach to teaching
mathematics has necessitated .1 CHOOSE COLONIAL, lAWSON, PROVINCIAL( MODERNI
F additional study In order tot ., j I .I ." L -
give the students as much as ;." i" .,1 I "
possible." .., "r ./ I ALL HAVE LATEX RUBBER CUSHIONSI .
t Teacher For II Years ,r r,4, 'tt4.., ". .t. ;'t""

'Miss Mcintyre has been ... : ;. ALL HAVE SELF-COVERED DECKSI! ,j a'.
teaching for 31 years, the first t
two In Sarasota High School SKIRTS ARE FULLY UNEDI /:
and the balance here In Lakeland ..;.,
She Is advisor to the f
business staff of the "High 1 PROTECTIVE ARM COVERS INCLUDED

lander," the school yearbook, MATHER
only at
I which recently was dedicatedto ,
her; advisor to the Student i
Council and for the "L" Club, 5
which now includes girls as
4. well as boys on Its roster / '
' Miss Mac," as she Is affectionately /S;

'ft' known by the stu ,, (
dents, has great faith In the S'St jr.
I I young people of her classes
' and commented on how proud .
I she and other teachers are
I when they read of former studejits -
I t I being granted scholarships
fellowships and advancements
In business.

"Since 1961 Miss Mcintyre sue,
has been coordinator of the t ,YE ,
Lakeland Summer School and
as seen this grow from about t .
250 students to 550 last sum
mer. These classes range
from the fourth through the '"1MMOS'S. I
12th grades.
I Member Professional Clubs ,
"She Is member
a of the National
Education Association,
the Florida Education Association
the National, Florida
and Polk County Councils ofTeachers I
of Mathematics In It
I 1960 the Polk County Councilof

this group was reorganizedand ris
she was its first president t
w .t She has served a two-
year term as director of this ,
district of the Florida Council. ,;,
"She Is a member of the ,fI
Lakeland and Polk County
Classroom Teachers Associations

She is a past presidentof I WHERE .. can you find 10 much for to Pit?.? Lawson iflIeafvres .
Beta Delta Beta chapter of s
Alpha Chi Omega, the Lake- i colorful Quilted print The luxury of d..p- ahda

land Panhellenlc Association a ,,M 3 comfort-and you enjoy both piecei for no more than you'd
and the Julia Berry Bennett
"S .xDt f
ADPi Alumnae BOTH FOR


Plan Outdoor 179 ,
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SOFA AND CHAIR
Luncheon Meet

I
Lakeland alumnae of Alpha .
Delta PI sorority will have a ,
i
luncheon meeting Wednesdayat
12:30 p.m. at the home of
the president, Mrs Warren H.
Smith, 2727 Oakland Ave. M
All local alumnae are invitedto
attend the luncheon, which "j
will be held outdoors Reserve
tions may be made by calling
Mrs Smith at MU 2-!355.
Officers will be elected.
Plans for the annual Alpha I
Delta PI State Day for all
alumnae In Florida which will
be In Palm Beach In April will EARLY AMERICAN 179.00 MODERN 179.00PROVINCIAL 179.00
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LAKELAND, FLORIDA. SUNDAY MARCH 15, 1964.<< Section D, Page One By JACK SLAYTON

Ledger Sports Editor

i I Bill Roman caused all sorts of chaos and confusion at Henley

1 ( Field yesterday He ruined the ieason'1 exhibition opener for

Sante Fe Bows 1E Minnesota with a pair of double that drove in all of the Detroit

Tiger run In the 3.2, com*.from-behind win over the Twins his

second double coming with the bales full In the ninth and one

down and Detroit behind, 21..

To pea A* a result of his two hits the press corp had to scurryaround

Campbellton to come up with the supplement on. this Bengal farm

hand. Roman is on the Syracuse roster and may, by the accomplishments -

of his bat continue a string of Tiger farmhands earn-

By JACK FLOWERS 1, toga place on the .parent club.In spring training.

Ledger Assistant Sports Editor The two clubs will have at If
again today at Orlando's Tinker' After going down in order In
GAINESVILLE Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic High School victory express ran out of

gas and point one atop abort her last night In the State Clara C high school basketball tournament Field.at Henley Tomorrow Field her at 1:30 the p.m.St. the eighth the Tiger lumped
at the University of Florida on rookie Chuck Nleson to win \
gym.
Loul Cardinals will be In town.
The Campbellton Wildcats, from the northwestern part of Florida, flagged down the Crimson J The Bengals will pitch rookies the contest In the ninth WllU I

Hawks' state title hopes with a surprising, 84-32, victory.. i t't Fritz Fisher Willie Smith and I Horton opened with a walk but :

Following the loss Santa Fe Pete Craacauut tbs C rd."iKama Jerry Lump tiled tO light Don 'I
I Coach John Mack had nothing Mont. the Wo6M 'center; "'The peopl. of Lakeland, th to as ncfn4rfa | Ovnwtcr inuMMj ee Mrh tit I*.
but praise for his boys. "Win had o4 (M points before Santa Fe school and all concerned .ehool aradiur el MM UnlrtrJ J J Glove at Ward and ltortoatopped

ning I Ia always sweeter." said tics finale lot a 28.1 per timevtrag shouts be real proud ol t aiOCKINa. A ICOS.I-*...fe .r. wooed .I... '''_.' (U) sad _.., Teal CM 120) block ( sty of Michigan and Burr ntly at third. Gate Brown
Mack "but these kid have *. However, a collapilng this team" commented Powell rK* ihc Awn C4wbolltM e ite* Jerk Feowetk (II) In MM Clam C komploniMp gome) el HienrM plans te attend Jaw reboot dewing was given an intentional paN
played their heart out an seas Campbelltoa defense held "There was nothing.they could i iMt Nigh Schist boiketfceH twrmy .t Oilimvlll.' UP Wlraph, **) the off Maion and practiceIn but Roman ruined the strategy
I[do. a real the field of patent. There with a double to right center
than I could ask Theydon't the Cuban refuge. to two Campbellton was
Non, nor,have anything to hang buckets from the floor and good team. Coach Mack got MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUPBerra's 1* an excellent chance that If and Horton and Demeter scored 'I
lot of his this season the lanky first baseman does easily.
bead about. three from the foul line for a out boys
their"A tine club and a wtll- level points. He was scoreless and did a real fine coaching Job n', make It this spring, be may TIGER TALK Horton is the

coached one be.t... If w* the tint half. They Just reached the end of the' forgo baseball for a legal or )hardest worker In camp. He
Debut professional career. HI* twodoubles took off over 20 pound the hard
could have got the ban b I* Mike Mohler led the Santa Fe string Managerial
I the first [scoring with 11 points. 'Mack should get a lot of and flawless work way-with dally grueling workout -
Marie) Monte more
( been differ Louie Redmon, S-fooe-lIau.rd. credit for the Job he did at afield made everyone lit up *, supervised by coach Bob
half. It might have
and take notice yesterday. Swift. Manager Chuck Dreisen
attack Santa Fe this season, expressed
the Campbellton
Their (CampbeUtoa) detent paced '
1 ent. the "H. a pretty good lookingkid yesterday presented Willl with a
"He
with 19 marten followed by Miller kept trying
I on him (Mont) wa ," Manager Charley Dress ;pound ham. "Don't eat It
whole changing his defenses -
Peacock. 6-foot center, game
gnat It worked and they Jack and everything but this Proves A EffortFORT ten said after the ..1In\ one night" Dressen cautioned
with It and Bobby Whlddon. Losing
wen.Santa Fe never had the lead foot-1 forward with 11. one was Just not In the books "We'll play him torn contlll.1 . The hot weather
flu shots and humidity made
theCrimson Campbellton out rebounded Somebody has to be the winner.There's Roman' hitting .
!In the contest, although several of the rather
player
shadowed the of Frank
pitching
bad about beingsecond
Fe 3632. Monte picked nothing '
Hawks did The tie Wildcat the 1 off Santa 10 to, lead the Hawks In In the state. At lean' LAUDERDALE (AP) Nixon, 20year-old righthander touched for four safeties .In the Lary, who twirled one.hit ball tired yesterday. Ray Oyler

score three times' that department white Peacock Santa Fe made It to the playloffs Yogi Berra's managerialdebut Don Lock singled home one run first three innings I for three Innings. The right has hurt his back 10 Jk Wood
of the first
led at the close ..... Mt I will fill in at shortstop to spell
roe see 4 0St.
lot of other clubs was a failure Saturday as Vwk HI hander subject to arm ailment
149, but Santa Fe hauled in 11 for the chimps while a and Brinkman cleared the bases L.Y/. ...... .. roe pee 10.-I e.I" e McAuliffe Rich JRol-
quarter to 20-17 at Santa Fe lost Mohler late In were sitting at home" I the New York Yankees dropped with 390-foot homer the ".'''. P4kw (1/. L.s fill endOsnd these past two seasons fanned today.
trimmed the margin a over n) .ee.n.nw line had too home to Ohio-because -
their exhibition baseball two a bloop single to
third the last quarter on personal .55,5 CS P4 FTC rn openerto .r'"I: (4)KM .; gave up
intermission. After the fouls Dennis Newton playedthe ..__ 'I...... I ,. the Baltimore Orioles 31. left field wall. Brinkman singled end .1.. (T). WeN.Ntl.L ,. Jim Ward and walked no one.| of the death of his fabler

period Santa F* was still Coach In the final eight minutes with ::::::.:::.':; : I I I Iii S The American League champions home another run In the sev 411u1.Reds. I "He wa sharp with Ms controlat and missed yesterday' gaffe.
I
7 contest trailing 3125. e Joe Cronin, AmericanLeaaul
Joe Houston's Campbellton quintet four foul*. r-oE."o: ::; ':,::: J aM.CIw.o 3 i : were held to six hits by'enth.IhnukM. Edge Chisox "He the used end, opined Dresien president, wag on hand
only tojget
seven pitches
the victory It was the first time Santa Fe ceo .., & three Baltimore right.handerg in ".... INS ole sos a e
\ put the king on [had been to the state playoffs ..., : : I Orioles __,.._ ...... KW M> w-a SARASOTA (AP) Gor. the side out In the third for yeiterday' game. Dressen
cake in the last period, outscorIng cage ..-... ...... e e e Hank Bauer'f bow as NI,..;. Krtlr (41 sod M.Mv S.o.s.Mlu.S don Coleman led the Cincinnati and 38 pitches for the three Inningi" will pitch Fred Cladding
the Hawks 23-7. and brought to i close the rwo.' I manager. I (Tl OttMII, Mll4il, Mil Is;. .
; ::. both a gams-flnliher duringthe
1 finest basketball season in the n.n (I) mot rwmlif N.1..r II). W- Reds to a 6-2 exhibition victory
Campbellton hit on IS of 46 Whitey Ford was the loser, o.wN. ,-./...... exhibition and lo four
\ school's history. The Hawks TOTALS ..... II 14 S II II Saturday over the Chicago For five Innings the Henley
field goal for 39 per cent and giving up two runs In the third or five Inning at a time to *e*
finished with a 21-8 record. Buts Rout A's White Sox with two doubles and Field crowd of 1,417 watcheda
tank IS of 26 chance at the CAMPOILLTONP. PTA PTM P PT.WSW Inning one on a homer by Luis how he can do over the long
scoreless duel between
closed Its Lary
Fe foul couldn't line for 69 find per the cent.field Santa goal Campbellton with a 17-12 mark.out seaseon r.::::: i .E :: Aparlclo.The New. York BRADENTON (AP) two The singles Reds hopped on itarter and Ed Rakow for the Tiger stretch.will be .a.loot. Dive itarter WIckeriham and re-
isc. run against
made 12 of 46 Twe Lakeland high school see wee ...... i ie Th Pittsburgh Pirate opened Ray Herbert for four run and and rookie Dave Boswell and
and only liefer.MINNKOTA.
.. e and Milt
range "'' 11I.- starter winner Pappasin
off rookie Kaat for the Twins. Ra
basketball coaches. LakelandSenior added two more Jim
attempt for 26 per cent. The S5r: V.V.I I.r Iv.n : third their exhibition schedule with a I OITHOITUhl
charIty High's John (Sonny) .. the !inning, was un- southpaw Frank Kreutzer. kow had two down In the sixth .
Hawk were S-for-14 at the Powell and Kathleen's Don .' :. : : i i i earned. bang Saturday damming 17'I The victory went to veteran his last Inning when hi V..II.*.N 100 ......,If Alec
stripe for SI per cent. .... e t ...: ..." NNLwllL.N.l rfom I
rm Bunker II year-old hit three homers, in
Miller were to the stands Wally Including Joe Nuxhall who worked the walked Don MIncher. He bad .. 1'0 i i
... M M IS 17 S4 rookie, held the Yanks hitless a 14-1 rout of the Kansas City ..,.nwt. _,.of
during the Class C final and TOTALS .__ first three Innings and turned In walked Bill Bethel a moment t t hll..... 005
had nothing but praise for ..-....I.r ... .. S S 133wrapped over the middle three Inningsand Athletic five strikeout. before but catcher Silt Frees =..11.1'I.. 'I r:u=, ieW..n eO.0

ZephyrhillsWins Santa Fe.Plant. Ca=': liil;.;,;.,;. M.. '.it n-n Dick Hall allowed two hits Gene Alley Donn Clendenonand Cln.lnn'W. ",, ,' Sins>* Mt-- S > ban picked him off base. Then ::: : n: I URatl.
over the lut three. Willie Stargell each hit two- C wi. (,IMCi&. (wi') N M**NL(7) IK4Smith aimluM Pedro Oliva, promising Twins'rookie ..... 41{ ZStil'" 455
Hits Homer run homers. Alley and Clendenon HIKM4 (7)1 liwt.rt.: Kr4utp and a phenomenal hitter ""...2. |SS. rr"h4nt .. Ise
(41. A5Iw, (T) And N4rtit4y. w- ,,,.,,,,. L.r. e .a
Title Aparlclo's homer followed by drove In four runs apleac ",,. .,.. L- Mtr. rtIATUROAV In the minor, uncorked a 390- onth 5.. .. 5ni.s.s.- 555 e.

City Loses Sam Bowen'a double and a single and Stargel accounted for three. foot homer for an of the Minnesota .k.1t"I|:Wich:rtlt4ffl'' ,e e

by Norm Slebern gave Bal The Pirate held only a 2-0 Tie Al44 TOUINAMINTOX ,...* Per safeties. -I i'4ulhv.nl .. .,e X: I

timore lu two run off Ford.A lead after six Innings but NITPINS Meanwhile, the Titter were TOTALS IU'O''LI 141N ,
[ GAINESVILLE w-Zephyr- crowd 6,712 was present In slammed Vem Handrahan, a IOUNBArmy stranding ten men on base In six .- .. ty ..kn 1..k.. in ..rote.dI..d .
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till II a three-point u for ofctcAan* 4 ohtlt.DUNNIIOTA
parlayed
windy, sunny weather. Berra rookie righthander, for four 47, f,M 41ridlw innings. In the seventh with eoN Ml MO-*
and a stall game In Class A Finale seventh. Then they aYAeTinfta At Kaline lafeon OKTnOIT MO OOO 10J--SI
In the down was
.. two
: played the Yankee regular a runs II f II.NYU 4 h: WAT* ,H PO A M nnMU,
(through the second School half of Ba the. maximum of four Innlngi drove him from the mound with It, _... NCAA MMSTIIIN a wild throw by John Ward OIIV4 M.Hi ,1_. LOO r..i-. M ar,,-,i.._nil.-4r...Doroll".? i,,

Oats B Stat High GAINESVILLE CrWThe' giant around the basket. Mickey Mantle started the an eight-run asiault In the HI9IONALCHAMPIONlHir Gates Brown ran for Kaline and II 20-n.m n J. OitlMtw. Ma OIIV4.
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fcetbaU Championship for I 33- 1964 State High School That gave the ether Seabreezemen game and was hitless In two, eighth. Ouh4 11, 5/,........ M.lr4ll > scooted home a* Roman laced S.OvMS.N lf N q m l( ..Sir
of the
'3* win from Mount Dora yes short Jump irks Hut had nn. trouble with s.t.Wren ..... sin IM 410..14 IT ..... a double to right field. I : :
enough
Basketball Tournament, S-toot10 Just >* IM: N4 e T4TH 114. sees
terday.MJn : N.Nw else : :' lee M* IM- ICords I''> Ill' : 3 3s.

the das B 25-22 final lead, when, it Dennis Beach Cantrell Seabreeze, carried to Daytona the- shots.Blond sharpshooter Mike Rol, his Nee..IUMw.leg V.r*.. (A..).... ... Ml Ml Ml MO Ml m.-a_ *e I 1Mi ...V.1e."...ftl., Sstwo......Mt aNI.f7lo qM.Mr.A.n..1.elw. f71 .4511.d.. Wee... :.....;;., I 1U al I I I I

tephyrhUl got a of Plant City kept his I ,. *. evnMr (... ,...._ (41, Hill M.b.. -::;''sod.d :W-.utlwa 31.441eWl I o e e550KU
Into freeze. Mount Dora Clans A title by a score of S7- h/son ,) I..d S. l. b l .w_.. __'..41...
went a with wide I / sl.n.n. 1.--- .... wvtni I44r, OMYM'.4 ........
tires unable to break It up andpent 49 over scrappy Plant City last team In the running iM., iF.i. /!::: N.s..I1. I OMNa 1&i I T=H :-141TGrapefruit.
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most of the second halfI light. variety\ of shots for 24 points .o .w e.l/Mw A_._ AIMMtai.lI.W.M.
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a frustrating effort to get itstnds For Seabreeze, Cantrell The rest of the Plant City team Senators Win Beat Mets League
have won
well enough to
played
on the ball parked under the basket and hllte.mm.tea
fed him for 34oolnts. Its first State title except for BEACH (AP) ST. PETERSBURG black-clad bph'l'blIIIlayen POMPANO ..
HTh* I L4UH I V rli
Cantrell -J _
Ignored call from till the major obstacle of Stortstoo Ed Brlnkmsn hita The St. Louis Cardinals CiMinioll N..nn.INI 1.I. =M.15.55N,.4 (..I"l e ?
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crowd *f 2,50 to grand slam home run and held to one pop single for four *.. : .
risen With Its tan man at d food.S in S"t',_l l"N.Tvtk (A) t.PilUturall .
lay basketball" and smooth- Plant City had a choice *f Pensacola Wins I two single Saturday a* the innings scored all their run 14. Xnu. > C..kr S.I."AnnlM .
the fifth for a H victory over Phl.d&N
ofpwy. Senator defeatedthe ..,...
worked their game letting Cantrell SCOT *r fading Washington e.r ,war Yo (11 4 Cl4 t It
GAINESVILLE'AP Pen-! Milwaukee Brave S-0 in the New York Met Saturday in Irv !
-* him. Neither method ) c"w"m: CtoMKn ii) S.
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I High scoring Mike McGlnnisI worked, nor did a collapsing sacola. a consistent: Underdo'l'.Ionl their opening exhibition game.The their Grapefruit Card bunched League opener.six of sew :IInSaN 4".4o'* .lon AMISelMlKIIAU 3
to a 23-20 half- the tournament Brave only hit was The W CKI4IW W) At "'_IA.
I Zephyrhills defeat which Plant City _. .. ....<.hl4, 4t ClMirwatari .
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e lead with 14 points. Heed the free-throw line to the Class single by Denis Menke In the I their nine hits in the decisive ..,..*.-V4.... -_....... Al Iwn..M
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one In the second half '""sreJ ,""':: ?, I. AA state high school basketball sixth Inning off Carl Bouldin,Inning when right-hander Tracy e.. v... INI vin SL Lob M NL ,

I game high of II. _.._, championship over Cocoa 58-52 second of three Washingtonpitchers. Stallard tired. Jack Fischer r1N.a. ;S':* ....... CI", At ..__ 1
Mount Doris -foot-4 Ronnie a? \ H..". in, ,last night.:: i who replaced Stallard, balked ineNfla rug.9U99L1 ,-C r NM V4 CKMIllMl.LM

;ell, who averaged 27 point 0.W..d.. Ili-S.. .1 i I Pensacola did not make a field, Claude Osteen started for the,' home the final run. IUIIII-U R4kw heeds. ..4f t* eat the site ... Anwlx. ._(Ml n n.. .W.OM0M his T.....

game through the *eaon.Jdn't .,0N. | 1 II, goal in the last 12 minutes but Senator and retired the .nine Ray Sadeckt!, Cardinal southpaw ffm cetc..... III) 'nek. ** ,..t...., ..41. the ,-... .l... iiil/** ....Tm.r.n....(A).v.. ...,..-.. 4< MI4IKI.O ', .
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find the range, leading --i::.... kept ahead by sinking 22 of 26 batter he faced. Jim Hannan who gave up an unearnedrun with bubble! lukbl. cppun n 1e shout es big es '- tr t Lea AM.Itl aw ..
bubble gum. e2.f. .l'u.... ., .
1:1 doubled home 4 y a 4 WU441.flllOA
the last three In the fifth
i aide with 11 points. [TOTAL M e.TOTAL :II a, free throws in the final quarter pitched Innings the Ml k. till clufelM In kit right ...... K.k4w g.ve vp sly ese ....UL YIC.
second Pl.. The foul line parade and Pen- and walked one. the first two Cardinal run*. He M4444. (..> I. LM AnMM ('"> I.fl .
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hi* wa* Zephyrhill kit In three Innings ,.4.. OII,. | bs .4f. (LWgcr, Pkot. lyHugkM '. rr..HiM4 S. CIvfUn4 1.
In three following IM..r.nbMlr 4.''*Mk4"i N.Ir 1. sacola's advantage kept the tall The Senators cored five runs and Bob Gibson did not give up .. A._ IN) 4, IIMIM CIoW T_

i I das B yean win. .r....". "'._..ne.. ...... 0.ANN.d.ww er Cocoa Tiger pressing. la the tint Inning off Kenneth,,a hit after Ernie Broglio was ). s.


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ST. PETERSBURG wat JW. even strokes behind

Australian Bruce Devlin Devlin.

stretched his lead In the $23.000 Devlln'a five-stroke margin II

St. Petersburg Open Golf Tournament -the largest a third-round leader JACK SLAYTON

Saturday In a third has carried Into a final round In

featuring a pair of holes-ln-on. any PGA tournament this year Ledger Sports Editor

Devlin shot a three-under-par Florida is swamped with major leagut
right now
69 when mOlt
on a windy day
baseball teams along with their minor league affiliates. .
of the scores were closer to per Hammer
71 It gave him a 94-hola total of Wins It's big news everywhere as thousands and

202. live strokes ahead of his '\ \" thousands of words are filed every day by the press

nearest rival going Into Sun t corp on the doings of the Tigers MeU Yankees

day's final round. Cycle RaceDAYTONA : Cards, Syracuse, Knoxville etc., etc.

Joe Campbell and Dick How : Sportswlse It's tops. The stories will be devouredby

ell bad the holet-ln-one Both hit BEACH (AP) Impatient fans up North anxiously awaiting the

five-Iron thoU on the 190-yard Dick Hammer of Lakewoa major league openers. Meanwhile all over the nation

seventh bole that bounded Into Calif., rode a Hartey.Davidson small communities are involved for them In the

the cup. to victory Saturday In the Am,. s : most important sports event of their city's history,

PGA official could not recall lean Motorcycle Association 100- Their high school team has advanced to the state
the time when two ice were recorded -
mile race for 250 co machine. i basketball tourney.
on the tame hole In the Hammer averaged 88,435 i State tourneys are only Important to the various statesIn

same round of a tournamen miles per hour for the 27 laps Aim THI RIG ROUND- *,, "'....... ., tit Octroi Tlrs Nit oftf CIotIII I roviit'or I which they are played and within the state only to the

s .l They were the third and fourth. over the 3.81.mile course at Daytona poll Tnunr In the ...n..1 Tir fell T..rk., .t Cliv!.*** H"!|hN Self l Club totod In the various communities represented In the tourney itself Yet

recorded In 10 PGA tournaments International Speedway. on ot MH k) Mike RMrk. with AI Kollno Noted beside, the Tl*. ..rtk.. Dick McA.llffo' steeds these stat tourney in football, basketball and baseball do

this year. I The 24-year-old California led with orm oromid Illl Prhn, *irr*_ ctsht rrMn** won low |rM wish s *-mr-pr 71 sad bed I more at one specific time, to unite and inspire the spirit of
the
LOOKS .SHARPIrMfit T.Mrnr Neither good did Howell came competitorsmuch In witha every lap but the first as he beata a Uw Rat Mro of 70. McAnUrto q.hhed with a ww M* of 72. (UJs.r Phase If HgkMYankees' > a ,community than anything else In the sport world.
field of 12 expert and ama- know ef and ads
te.It .t the DeMit TIle resident of Soueedunkvllle may
70 for a 212 total. Campbell
TI... kwlfof tuff h*..** had a 71 for JOJ teur riders Hammer Is an ex Frosh Stars mire the exploits: ef stars ef the caliber of AI KaUne and

'lit* k. wit .In ntMMiM form Five strokes back In second Amateur Houk Denies Mickey Mantle. But when Joe Doakes Wads SqiMedunk.

wht ..., threw Mt the Net place was Rex Baxter of Norris Rancort of vOle te a State Class C cage title, ..'. ea Cloud I. That

kill .........,. Irl1**., a mU 1 Amarillo, Tex? who shot : four- Sacramento on a Parilla.Calif.He finished was 10 seconds second '-He Tricked Jim BoutonFORT hi.* ..lalltlor.,1 And thafs bis city that won the title.

dent .f LeIt.I... fr the ,*. nderpar 68 for a 207 behind the winner. For FSU This Is the real Impact ef sport en a community

live Tri, showed h. still ovMrtiw 1 Tied at 208 were Dan Slices A trio of experts ran 3+5. LAUDERDALE (AP), Commissioner Frick at Bel Air Far more than a professional club whose members rarely

Him ,( reward. What did Jack Nicklaus and Don Fair trailing the two front runners by Ralph Houk general manager Ha, and he told me I could no live In the city they represent, or a college team whose

h* throw A curve, .f court*. field. Nicklaus the pretournament more than a half lap Third of the New York Yankees fine an unsigned player but tha TALLAHASSEE (AP) Two members often hall from another state and certainly from'another

ILl..... Phase |y Hughes) favorite had a four-under place was taken by AI Gunter denied Saturday that he I could reduce the contract offer halves of the Florida State University city where the college is located, the prep team

par 68. Alhambra, Calif., on a Yamata tricked pitcher Jim Bouton Into That's what I did sad the football Is a home-grown product. If s limited by the abilities of the

rHA VA Campbell. Butch Baird Jack He was followed by Neil ending his holdout and said he. commissioner approved prospect crop boy. In the specific area. So Its accomplishment Is specifically

MORTGAGI LOANS Cupit and Terry Dill were tied Keen, Pasadena Calif., Yams Houk should be fired if he did. "I re-negotiated the contract clashed In a spring practice that of the community by community citizens.-

< ha. and Jody Nicholas Nash The Yankee executive Issued which Frick said I had a right scrimmage Saturday and the this case youngsters from 14 to 17.
riR MORTOAGI
T CORP.OP MIOAV. noun 5 formal statement In reply to a to do. I explained this to Bouton
FLORIDA NCW VOIIK-toda CaHari. 171. vile, Tenn, on a Bultaco supposedly weaker half won The rest of the sport world will little care nor long re-
SiaViea IS. ova auici0e {{" '...,,,.. .. toms./ ...... 11147. Other top finishers sixth Don I charge that he used unauthor and he understands exactly A freshman fullback pl'Olpect.Lee member that Squeedunkville won the '$4 Class C crown but

M /tl MU t l.allr'lard.UkaUWl Aso. I'N"O;ere..': ._... _.iiter'5i4.., '."VIII"po Shiflett Ksnsas City Harley- ized pressure to force Bouton Into what happened." I Marremore of Pensacola It will always be a big event and time milestone In the life
;'m''I i ic I signing He said his original The incident resulted from a,
:",: Davidson, seventh, Ted Hell
for who
of that community and the boys played on that team.
Davidson I ultimatum to Bouton of a $100- holdout by Bouton, a 21-year-old'was the drill i most outstanding
Dayton, Ohio Harley-
eight Don Twlgg, Hagerstown;, I day penalty had been ntslnerpreted right.bander who won 21 games player. Running with the Garnet They will be placed hi a slightly different category by deni-

Md,. Ducatl. ninth, Dick Newell : and lost seven for the Yankee: squad he punctured the opposIng tens of Squeedunkville.
Dick in the'Jew last season White team's defenses time All of this Is to remindone ew"--" ---
El Monte Calif., Yamaha, and Young, writing
tenth. Ralph White, Lot Ange- Ilea. York Daily News, said Bouton demanded a 100 per and again and all what a fine accomplishment MIMM I

rIL Harley-Davidson. ouk's action was taken despite cent raise over his 1383 salaryof While he ran with the ball Santa. Fe's

.... ; rw James Faulkerson of Menlo s warning from Commissioner |10,000. Houk refused to go moat of the time for the Gar- Crimson Hawks have madeIn

.\, Park. Calif., won the -mUe Ford Frick that such a move higher than 80 per cent, or $18. nets who won 13-0, It was prep basketball this sea-

1 novice race v,as not legal. 000.The the combination of quarterback son. Under Coach John

Riding a Yamaha Faulkerson Houk presented his position general managed threat-.Steve Tensl's passing to end Mack the Hawks, only In their SL I 4rn yl

paced the 20-lap event. with a formal statement afterthe ened to deduct $100 from the offer Max Wettsteln that accounted second full season of vanity

Keith Nadler of Aurora 111, Yankees lost their first exhibition for every day that Bouton for the scores. Tensl tossed a 35- cage competition have earn aAel .

aa was second on a Harley-David. game of the year to the stayed away from camp after yarder for the first score, then a ed a coveted place in the }f

eon. eight seconds behind the Baltimore Orioles 3-I. midnight last Wednesday yarder to set up the seconc State Class C basketball tour

winner. He said: I Bouton Immediately flew down Coach Bill Peterson said he ney.

Ken RIdder of Covina, Calif. Reduced Offer from his home in Ridgewood, would divide the' uad Into des

ding a Yamaha, was a distant "I should be fired myself If I NJ, and signed for Houk's tense and offense camps to open And this involved somethingnew I

third d Id anything like that 1 called Igure next weeks drills. in state competition this

--.------...--.-.-..---.._._.___... .__._..__ _____ ___ year. Santa Fe had to win
both a group and regional


11 II Bowling Scores And League StandingsIMa II III the process tourney State the before playoff Hawks advancing knocked In the to .


off what may be the best JkIJT. h,
.
1 la. IN I.y ...., tsM I IMa JaakMn. I.11 .. see OMI Class C-.ven Class Band .. C\
..
R. D. Hlggs turned In one o( I. l..... 1M d. _
.
Z :: J.nhtnse 11 Nan 1! Jaak Nua5.w:100'f.Y a.a Class A tem-In the state by
the top series of the season 1N1 S CI ML.i...6.4,11. 5S.1,11LNs1MLa.W.N, .... c.,.:1 Tad, : 1 IS.uuueawuaas .1.."..,.14 t. : Miwalltai I I Cedar week JOHN MACK
Mix-s upsetting Key a
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,
.w : '
S 1 Jak ( T-t
sne male1 lid Ih HamrMrl Id
vA t, Bowling In the Citrus Center "* I- ; .. Arwrara .i M .. ... 5N HaMk I.I*. *., ..?... ago. a 0 $5115 Pe Leader
J.t'a ." a. *.. ... .. ... .
League be had a *7t set on w- ta.1use r TiVnn r aaa aa *t 4? VANAMI* LsAeOl&M ., a..arcIlIaa.r what happens In the ,.
.. . : L. next fw years, thla< .
4. Wav Cara. ..
games of 276,204 and IM :: :::. : E : :w' .. f1itMNM; YM1N I L Tw ukattara atara : :: :: :: |II MI. *y* I wUl always be known as *Tb team thai first weal te th*: ,
it" .
It was one of the top seriesof .. ,.. .. .. .,I ;w1.. ZZj .am*. UNIC.., 4. Tkumaar Od.. . _. .. la 10** *11NnO Stat from Santa F*." And this has suddenly plunged gft 4.4
550 QiiHar Cliaua. 4jrtaa. I
Noe
_....
the Mason. H tk kwnl wuMar 01ma ,,au4i 14** : '"'t* rise' learn .ma. UT W .. Fe bile the thick ef
tI,in ,u>.lvMual lama, Pie Ft..nIrnllvWiwI : ll5airaaVlJ.kkna7! !: N.k Iaa" _.... 11140 w.t.. prep competition among the am.
Rollln"ame. of 231,233 and H{*h .nd,vldual aartaa. 0.*.. PaanrilUU ..NiOO 1..1.lIIu.' 3N. .k..... schools It might eve make people realize Unre1 a ga1 5
l7Nth. ,_ -
fiat
218 George Robbins chalkedup Hrlak hit flaar** s.to *U.ITS
., SAM.. H.h Inl.vldu.l _I... sea/. seer Lae Fe High School In Lakeland and not eenfiue It with the esssw
a fine 682 series while 'TA'L'T' N,.. "' "101 ".'. aN ",.....,
wren Leal ar.at Fawall INS *'H ParklManIMl 4.S.T. J.Me..."' s.T... Adrian N..... mushy of Santa Fe In Northern Florida. "
bowling In the Sundowners ... site WW.IWUM, till Dal M,.. .. n .
L Maan ew. (arvlu 01V. IJHJLakaland aani a r Law Mesh 5w55,.
1 Mixed bowling league. : Oanaral rlip.,: 5145 42V, 17.. MNamily: ; "t.10. M. .,*:::: To tourists here the exploits of Santa Fe In the State C <.
T .aahan. C*. H 44 sN 5A5snSuers. 300 .".,,.
d a'MAI "II.TNw. a v,.. . u4e 545 alb 333. IItI MNlO.firer een5e1, Ch.rH. Brim Mt Min Iweu- cage tourney probably doot mean any more to them than

0._ ". ... .. In ....'tyes.I .". adwurds .110" 5ase ..... 55 .:sRIa5.w5. .AM. when Auburndale swept to a pair of Class A titles in 'II and
.1CeIIt1 II tilt Ired.._ ..... Illt.lltu 11_.... a... I,., J.,* larn4SUNDAY '56 Lakeland the Class in '57
won M and Bartow took the
for t r*:.ii. .::::.: : .: .::: .; IM Tla Ann. taraan. S 11 Nib fist Ms N1.14 Cwe. 5.5.5.5.71 NI NTiwr
ltmlll" pelyosl5Hbn P. HH ainala, 1 I*. B 11 Taanla. ,Mwaratt '.. Ahna' ....,. *.* 101 A crown In '58. That's understandable and all wU and
eh; Warn, aarl**, 'dw'bw II.u -Tl karr* : raatla*. > la, | 1.t Juna i.u >i rkinaf rs4| ..r5 Nall, .41 we, LM' good
PI.I_hbrl,11, NI.{ k barn IrkW,. *2*. V..I...". 1'\ llhal. Matnlaa, *.ll, t>". ala 01 niar, I.Tl Marl trahak : ::Nursing' Mt" 141 a But those were milestones for those communities And basketball
woes yy AMOa lab 1-T, a Ti O varl Nakla, lilut IN,Hard' .. t IM err> .I
".'11I1"1,fir nnNtyCtlIoe I. ..11I... ill, MW U Maw, SHwaliwn ,I *.t. 111 *rmnh> *u *,an, .171:"", I.7t. k.'r mlMl, 4-Tie| >aa .. A "...".... TV IM I. fans in those cities will never forget the exploits of
by.11I1111I.. ",. ,. ,...... 4.t.R.osro. 4..1 1* *" -* '' '
cub, 5.5 S l*. NLMl N I oh ban ....... MMM ewe S.ry.H a i*. Mr,. taa : tun* w:a, ila{. their teams at the state tourney
5wiCan/" :: K.1N 5.7. 5 nn.vu :: ": 1 ISAOUIWan Let = .M ( L.,. Wire. 14)
3h km MIM, Mm eat Srv 1. lw ll ....1.. arln* II 41I : : S.Mw :eo:: ,. ,,. 511. Th Crimson Hawks have com *f ag aportswUe. The
V""IITY L..U.t **, ;317.Nih ::1 I Ml Humana' II.. esh cal.M .
Isdlvidamil..., ease spa f'I Iraam .. I* N.eh: Nsow" = 1.-'; 1Vf4 quintet will give future Santa F* athletic teams) a
I DEL itala t C.1// 50,5 w... _.. J ..,.
S f U .J.!
Canwnt ra
RM''':-I'.ii.\\ ;. '::: Tl UVk N'N W' IMN.lvldOat us.. Tnil tit Ni05 bait 5a,5.ni1 .. I. ....... l: aAa.f, goal t* shoot at Coach John Mack can feel Justly proud
s. L.. RaM .. M 14 coyly I'V'II... i 5 GIs 5.17 R a.YNy. faa ef a Job well done.
tueuiM4. 7AMaf
.. Hartan Cha '. {sty MM, N..h baitabler Os.Nnt f.'adu5twa I. ,
N.h ba it aarwa, rtan'* Hair raak MuffkH"T CNI. 52M w.571,,, A c.ia. 114. It may not even be "big thing" outside of Polk
.. :1 Hn InVll'dy: .! mites, Jim Mnr 1.1 :1NItN T "' w s.hlneen a County
13.h37soil ; I kj
{ /ir ._.. LOI.'I 'u..1MI, I: l.limnj. OeMrN H*..: 11* M. .}! Iw Meer:. 0 IS. e.: but the accomplishments of the Santa Fe Crimson Hawksare
7, Ms, III M M.se '..1.141.., SWIM WMO trMu MaM/1 M. t /
a:.'. :T'-'ua' miles, atoSN W.lbN& .. 4.:Asstssump*Iwo, L ak.I.. h IIS it 5MNA1 III laM. UA. .AMHWMy I CITHWS C"'TlII mighty big news here!

GET THE BRIGHTER BOLDER WaUiar 3N ,eAMtf MU: U411/ eaHMrITS ,', _N.,...k.woo mills, taklan4. enr,I 111 5,15 StrtohUn M.rrMI Ml. IMi J.trill nt 'HIUMr 'IM ..I L. {IuUtr* ? *w.rM.uN. Jl": 7}w atMar 1 Short Sport Notes
l"- N OilKMr. C.ff J| 3e.h
Mil Ml) MrMM .
SPORTING LOOK IN A jltTik iiJllvWiol' .. PWrferIn fare 011" 11
OAPKItAna lam Mr,' I. .
: ILAIILLAOC CljiltlOwm 4 fuMlr 0111. .. Polk County athletes are few and far between In Florida
es47
Millar, IMl iala-CuaHikiiry,: sieve l.u4l _.... O. Pwk.1.1I IIMl L...< N.h sow ....;. fur,'Oi.',,. State

PLATEAU SPORTCOATBY I",. ... ..... I.Las.t5.Meedr.M4ila Nrk TIV> .;Htln ,Nah NM: 14rns sow t'11:' .. .. 111_ University's spring sports program Only listed Polkrepresentative
5W. a4i Mallr, mi a 1.4b. la Bartow Marty Howell Howell looms as the
Ilut... Mi s Ttrarar, IM Muni. klTlrawlw i n:: Nw 1 : .. :. .N45 : n:.eh N.,. 1..1.101.. R. .. "'- No. I pitcher with the FSU varsity this season Fred Hatfield

TIMELY" CLOTHESChoose "mBeautifu' 315Coe .ulp :::: ::: :=:::: \: ':'i.r f.lt 715SmIte: 5. D. N'"I:1."m' former Detroit Tiger star, Is the new FSU baseball coach
C. Nunn, o.Tw1uotNur. 015, N,... IM..I.... ..riow Ill 'IL 5. Lb'
wit $ "* 02 r'o'; ..3.11 1' 135 o"b., A.: Howell. a southpaw and a senior had a 2-4 mark last year
IMWleal' Bill awe.w. tef-
.
Mlle ,
your ,pew Plateau Sportcoot In Advanced 11 1: Carw 5.i+; Iii' J. : Mess,, but chalked up a key win In the District III Walter
t : Il wti i,l' .. i1 I O.. S. 5,1.1. 1e, ;. 5ir.ei. so.; playoff
/'m The P.", lh.ll S..., .. see. OAMI., .. ,. y..".. yes. N. CC..... 101' I. (
M.rn fill 5evu.t. t4i II Chamkarlaliail Sparky) Sparkman of Plant City U a catching candidate.
I exclusive "weightlois .
the t ... ..
High FashionEnjoy| ,. MMkki UMJ Can Mi4 il O..i ..... CKH Mar*.. 1e. 757 W. .. 3051 5. suer '
:.ill lam* In*,>.4ual til, *Y: .,n, II*,* ...r1sea. Mil tan*. .:: ae5. II* s a sophomore. No Polk youngsters are on the track tm
l tm ,
feel" woven right into the fabric: A fine blend of Greatest T'M...li.' _lit 1..11., Yal, .... hlirI MlllMl. r.iANOI{CLAii05j: 550. .. P,....H... Dltolt.3.5.s' id-I"Tl 4 I..,..Tynw.... ..-"4 1 I.*, although David Braggini of Lake Wales and Donovan Jones

(Coder and wool. Crisp, stay fresh, wrinkle resist "I'm The I T7.\: \''''e0/n5 laam. .... FarTl tnalli5"t.n CrU'un :a7aV w.15 last L I"" 14 p.R s.0'aaf' "1.IOLKMflR1Al.. of Lakeland starred In track but are probably devoting their
I: ;. T.V. saes 7743 full
balanced the Nv.1'emi lit bares lit" pis'. Sets. time to FSU spring football Jerry Cross of Plant City II
Unique keeps
ant. tailoring
trim t: Su.n'nary ; : '''.. .. ie I Wad Laal a freshman
;: Me uiw1"M Wan la tennis candidate TED WILLIAMS batting
tallwj 1M5 TanenlM i
( VHitk
ChampionI'M | H a* kMUr) A I U a T ',
bolder 1M1.
lines looking trim longer. Lighter brighter Catalan*! IT. M il la. a..11tlIN5S. se. I: u u coach each
sew .. 1M" saw kMm tarn a.t ..di. .. TV I-: .M.MI eirF : spring with the Boston Red Sox, declares the first
: I *XI umkln
colors. a.p, 4,51,75 e. ::: less.5.h. IM/vNuel/ _.... 5ra 4, TM n> .nniy *W.r4' : : = |411155MM IL rule of hitting: "Is to get a good pitch to hit If the pitcher

an. Pel'. T305.I...",. 11".. La.... II.. ** turn Mr,.. MMNAM5.,5 *w... fool you with a ball that's over you take until he's got two
5500 eons II' o.ueNa .
Stand SaaaUiM4
N":1' M,1It Individual lama .._
.
h
OAMI! > M team lama .It Car strikes on you. Then you concede that the pitcher Is In the
3kdd. .11 la* IM aiilni M* ..."
A i .an OMinkai- IM. jaan ThwnaM sN land aaaln, 1441 V. f. tUnlay. ):,.k InalvMud _... Jove Man, drivers seat, and you bring your hands up on that bat" Wonder -
II* Jaanatta Clar dy FwaVarkl .
| IM.
.JO 0 T lana Ml *ek Hartor II*
Smart Moteou Slacks te Blend . 22.95 1 >14, Faa IHutli IU .N1r *r awIII lUll ..... CulM ..r. HI. t .05 ... ..M.h Individual *ama, Jaaa Dtan how many kids do that In that situation? Williams deClares -
W MlamM ,
ran I50. San > Mara .
111 Mil I m Mow ID 503*
I''W IM, ..osassUls 171. OarrtnaIrackl 5Nw,ek ttrucnli*. Mil M.r.l* Oull4t Jaw Daan"* .Cease it's possible to be a good hitter with any style short of
PLYMOUTH! (IT, !?., Bw., 201. n. 5w en-
Weeks 7111 TN ai? 5"11 377, ll 2 1 saes 5,11s, aan. ao*, Drank. Dall. ,ah. shells. ill, "standing on your head:" THEY'RE SEWNG towels' ..tU5
GIFT FrankW lant ,
CERTIFICATESAny dNA.S OLAid Ml 1111 Al 111amar
riNDUTSa ,
IaAOVeLas. =! Swr I. Mi A. J, WhM t M4I Dan JIM earl 5.M5. I'll ,.. tars,, 221' $ each to raise funds for the U. S. Olympic team. Every
task r.M.l ..ti111'"".. eairs sty MT. Mil [. Tamak. IM) Hrawn R. 5..2' 1s..SN.Maw 11ssska towel sold means a buck to the fund. it la
Promoting
HAROLD Tenth Hanw* N K>.. *.n Ml (anrynanar pretty
amount you desire Perfect for Birthdays, M4iuak Duftaa I Tlr C*. : : ':. .: s.- ..5NeiMs Allar., = *Hay>a .''W'h'a S.MU 5**. OLYMOIe1ewlW '\J..ee/ACYee5, e. Carol Hales Jenkins, former Olympic and world figure skating

Anniversaries Any Gift Occasion H,all .. ",-. ,I. aN i titleholder LARRY CAGNER has well In
or Hell ,.edral.'Soul.5..1s0 aN Nartar. "5IRCur I IMl r eYlte OSr' c..Mh, 'eo Lid shown up
FUSSELL InMoUyaT'tarM, Ann Mar"IHK | fit O.vla. da.. Many. Steel 57N 7714 1714 spring football practice at the new spot at tackle The hUlky
I Traaky Men TT *
I Mint, .hoI.ua' _.... An. ._1. MORHIN eUII Saatly.. landard O,I T* IIIT | end was switched to tackle by Florida to fin In caused
INC ua. Wan tail N,** Was Mesh *"*.n>. earainn. gaps
ITI OAMIOall. 5.Y1.. 1Mtie e.5. :: ** by graduation THE!: FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
HO DOWN PAYMENT 411 N. ririd Av. ( mi |yM>n Crmi. Io51, ':YO.N M .Tales 115 ..H"*h Hm *KrM> Haiab. earamlM,
UP TO SIX' MONTHS TO PAY = Ann MarLaur ..aftn. l4i OlarMKi '. "aM.. List E: .. : :; U basketball team won the first annual Barranauilla basketball
: _y rfc. MU 7113 H. IT* 4. riatary farm til ITM 11.nt1 IM'.III",, .._ Ma.MO .
ra VIP YOU lANK CRIDIT fUN :[ I" .*h taani am*, Dunn* SlMlarT', ,",ells 1.L tourney at Barranqullla. Columbia. The FSU team came away
., .
_
Ann Mull. Jt.fass.os. i' iad.rlYN a. TMI M..Y, loud
ITS.rUln. Has Muss, dukrl TH a taan 47ON. In the praise of the Peace Corp Opined Coach Bud Ken

... . .. .. ss "tl'ln Individual. laiM, JM (.*rda .......11 CarnS.ar5..11 eAMaf .u Tw nedy: "I don't know where I'v* met a more competent groupof

**M{aft Individual sow. Jarl SMrd. soilla 1.T. M0i.N. ."w.'i..t.f' A young men" FSU eager lined up and dunked the ball
= WANTED = Mere _. 'H. MYw5..ae. I-a-1M M. fw M. 1. W,1. much to the of
amusement the fans. unable to
.
Only
LAYAWAY t0 Alter I T| III eager
: : .: .f.t
.
_
.
,
:7..dj Judy Oa>dnar "dunk' the ball Ken "'
was Leakey-a ostrrcised
j. a-footr He was
Maria 10
WOMEN .. Las, Fn Karl fkuf. llranrt. Use, larkar nit DM* wunaway N..k Andar_.. :74eeN.;.. : I.CYy'i.,'1 s5w I.r,aATC M I for the whole trip" grinned Kennedy Palmira Unhrer

CHOOSE NOW.. A DEPOSIT HOLDS ANY "ial'l'Mar*. ....,. S.I.* airy had a 250-pounder who cam charging In for layups

MERCHANDISE YOU SELECT UNTIL NEEDED =..:...,:0.-- dYr1M''11..'':M Yw..1Ntvu; sewl.e i.b MirvM kuM. ,{I-i*Tl. Mnri>.*-ll Franak Daly |1eN5Na 11 M's, DreadnaughtsLose i With different rules Kennedy advised his eager: Try to

'--J.*aal<- *., M klfk u fes.tM.w.hY.1 Marl. AII 5+1" I block their .shot except when No. 4 has the ball leave
muak *r r.la a *ur ty than an4MMtlnl SM CAMflk ,
aaaarlunlty far .vvanaaman. Many putllttl :::.; rswr Jan $ 101. To KingKing's him alone. .THEY'RE ALREADY starting the verbal
*r IM ostsNN..dYNtes YevTowe tug-ofwar for a Casams Clay-Doug Jones Jones claims
11"n. fight
11111 Loot
irl t* MtlMrill __ .. ... ... .. .. .. ..
OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9STWSHOP I =..... .. ...rod .. Mll'/ .M w' .t:. . l 14*** 14a M Lions chalked vp a Clay Is Just a "sham" champion and he doubts If Clay will
.
SWvkM MM at* awe : T In4 y.bw11 : :: tat 114 I**1 IH-1H Western Conference golf live him a shot at the title. Before taking an Army examination
..
I N rt ana tha 5.r-
vaar.4 It* k151 an K iwl H M:r F W4m m MIM wr ,t,OseWus esk,7.,.fit; victory over the Lakeland on Friday Clay quipped that he would fight both Jones

>f IMM nfariMMM aa WMnwilt laM, hwhnjln. llrt a* a Mr',I bush: ,New Ou. W, k*, IMMM > Friday a, Cleveland and Floyd Patterson the same night, giving Jones 20 cent
: lirwil awaan *nj M.0 at anaT004T has, mile, 5, Tn.. W* :Heights: per
J I I.Ys1 sMNI' aia.h> sew kw mM .*. prfpar *yrairlMl Ita MHmM'| seals MIM ewe .alkMH, golf course, and Patterson 30 per cent of the gate. "What1 more," growled

I I f I s **la -AT HOW] UU IMmwl Mlle ..Ii.Vw* I"H, 4M. In singles Bill Dudley (34) of The Greatest: "I'U give him (if one of them beats Clay) my
beat Joe Lewis
vw' Ca/inn. 10" Mildred fait King (44) of 30 per cent on top of it IU." THE REPORTED RETIREMENT
.
li 1...... Julia Lakeland and Craig Fox (37) of of Frank Howard leave wide first base
LINCOLN IIRYICI. DHL 21fikhi Tvlarll. l IIH Tvtw. a open gap at
4.M IddM Handr,., i Tl M. Munar King downed Mike Jackson (44))
IMIiMia I.Tl kllUa naoak, s-11 *an *a- of Lakeland The and a gap In the outfield. Dick N'n or Km McMullm would

hi| A" ll::ar Va muak U Y.avarn.nantMaillaaa..-!**. Flaaaa land an] aalarnai ma aMalutalr UU Inrarir Pit.** Mk' : 4-it .Irana S.1(1 Ta.k Faulln. M7-51 Yar.is.Frankrtwrmula team won a point alsq.Fox-Dudley Cherry play first with Ron Fairly moving to right field. It would also

I IrM *r ntar H -lilr far II..*. avarnmanl Ja*. "' 'V.I Ls*eve I (4Z) of King beat Mike Scobie mean more duty for Wally Moons Lee Walls and Al Ferrara

I Nm. . U 5515 ..... (43) while George Stuart (45) of plus possibly more duty for bonus rookie Wes Parker .
207 East Main Street I t: tt.N ... ?t J
I Lakeland beat Doug Rogers (41) SOME M GOLFERS st Doral Country Club la Miami tried
'nnrt I IN..k
street.Phone . tluttarl
= =1' I.J ot King The two teams split a swigging beer before- round of golf 41 per cent of those
HM '
MT SKIS. Po"
10 Tiers *f Qualify/ S,nrict I* MM in the tde'.n" Ares City . Stgte UiIllUOOIIUURIUIUUU 5.10 IMIM.saws"MT :t Out steers tor*. half points drinking the foamy stuff said their putting Improved. One
lk .0
041 i |*ul idi. k. ,S.
King won tile four-man team lOiter refused to try the test, adding! : "They dont permit
ii5 -
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. .1 It.r-. '.1. a.MS, II'. Jak I 159-176 !I horses to be doped before a race."

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}! r- PLANT NETTERS Sunday MlI.rclllS. 1664 3-D

Tigers v Pw aitry Valencia Regatta TRIM LAKELAND LAKELAND LEDGER,

Plant's Panthers swept to a Roberts Named

DefeatRookies 6-0 victory Western over Conference the LakelandDrendnaughts tennis Legion Coach |

Scheduled Today Friday afternoon Don Roberts will coach the
In singles Armlstead Neeley
downed Leigh Llvesay, 9-2. 6-0; Lakeland American Legion Post

LAKE ALFRED Postponed record-breaking crowd of spectators David Knight downed Norman No. 4 baseball team this sum

1 18y 1r 1r became of inclement weather; Expenses are forthcomIng .. Stewart, 6-0, 6-1; Henry Speight mer,

'the Valencia Regatta will try from advertising, beat Gray King 64, 6-2; Teddy Jim Tallman will assist Rob-
The !
program
Tillers used the extra here again today at Lake Alfred, Sexton beat George Hayes 6-2,
base hit to devastation Friday: it will be the 19th annual af- Concession stands operated bj' 6-J, Barry Greene beat Don erts as coach of the Post No.

In defeating the Tigertown farmhands I I ifair The regatta had originally the Lions Club will help to raise I Cooper 6.3, 7-5.t 4 Legion team.

7-4, In the final intrt' 'been slated for Feb. 23 but.money for the Lions eyesigh t In doubles Neely-Knlght beat Tryouts and registration will
quad game of the season 'rough, waters resulted in the conservation program and U>> Uvfsay-King 6-2, 6-0.; Speight- not be held until May The
Bill Faul worked six innings] i postponement. further beautify Lions Park it ii Sexton beat Cooper and Mai- [league competes In the Eastern
'or the Tigers and Mickey Lollch '1 Division, District 7.
Races will start at 12:30 ',Lake Alfred. icolm Sutton, .., 62._ ..
finished and
was tagged -
up
,
< < today with 16 races en I
p.m.
for two of the four Tigertown I
s' the card. Eliminations were
; '

runs.Jim Killer was the most effective ; ..55. the ,' $;, held Several yesterday International hydroplane I

hurler for the Tigertown j ,. o4a, "' as ) 5 ;
-- :: drivers are Included in the
nine. : .. ," ",....-., ,: J. if"",r<''f'' ".. ;,' i: j\., field of speed races They include
\ la front ,
Tlgertowsi Jumped ,' .
;
;i! ';' "-.J. ; -1.:.. < -q; Dieter Schulze of Austria
In the first en an error a
single by Jim Northrup and ATilt MOCS Ol 19114-... ate tbs Mmiton of HM PI..14.I Smokers C.,ltto. wr tom and Swiss champion Josef Ul-

two walks. But wildness by p.s.a.isg far the' Mee,' 1964 __ o,mr on Mink 27 ..I..1t! h.... Univtnif and Amorlc rich. |

HUler la the bird-Jour Uninit ol Cyprm Ge.4.".. 0.nMM ON, UH to rio> sittlnf i D."nt VIII."., lob Willlomt Some ef the American drivers

,I walks-tied the score for the lnxll.fl, liH leers., tab Ness, ..,"1. ',11! Dicks, gab D.s..,, Peel ShlI.,, Kurt Hock Pete l are Lakeland's Bud Wlget, f
Jack Stanford of ,
Englewood I
( Tigers. Hound Croif Dyi see".1"1 Iruco Coih, lb ImUcf, Jim Stewart, Tom Siwytr, Tim SkMmoro,
Calif, and Dub Parker ofGadsden
8t Tigertown went out front In Law tease, Tom treHdls, Don lotion, tab Clt..tf, sad moMf*r Allm' Kvblik, I
Ala.Admission .
,
_
the fifth when former Lakeland
s to the races Is free

I Tiger homer However over Larry the the Rojas Tigers left field lined bounced fence(a FSC Crew To Open'Mocs, FSU Vie and the Lions are expecting a'' I -1, 1'1


I back to tie the score In their' Lakeland Driver ,, ,=...;.;1)_)' "'_ _
half on Willie Morton's long TomorrowFlorida
homer high ever the left field Eyes Drag Title

I fence. Season At GardensFor Southern College's
It the sixth! off Tern Flet- baseball Moccasins travel to TAMPA-Hugh Oglesby of

cher the Tigers grabbed the Tallahassee tomorrow to encounter Lakeland by virtue of defeat-
!o lead to stay. With one out. the first time ever a crew 6-foot. 185-pound Bradenton Junior Florida State Univer- Ing Milo Coleman last week,)

'. Gates Brown walked and race Is scheduled for Cypress will be going for his third ilty's highly touted nine. Two will get a shot at Bob Tucker
11 I II romped home en George Gardens and Florida Southern varsity letter at No. 7 In crew.. games with the Seminoles ranked and his Florida "Mr. Stock
11 I Smith's triple to center. BillRoman's College's water Moccasins will Capt. Bill Dicks,(-foot. 180-pound third among collegiate aggregations Eliminator" title Sunday at the

,I single tallied Smith. act as host to Purdue University senior from Orlando will supply In 1963, are scheduled Tampa Dragway. .
'!O The winning three runs In the of Lafayette Ind., and American power at the No. 6 seat. with one slated tomorrow afternoon The title race will be a best'
11 t eighth for the Tigers came on a University of Washington DC Dicks has been rowing at FSC, and the other Tuesday three-out-of series between

bunt single by Brown. Smlth'ldouble Thr Cypress Gardens trl-race since his freshman year. The; The Mocs are "Ion the season I, the two super stock drivers,) t'7 tdri s
,. off the right field wall, \is FSC's opening meet and the No, S seat will be manned by i after losing two closely with the event starting at 2:30: i

Itre t a two-run single by Mickey Moc oarsmen are hard at work oarsman up from last year's JV contested extra Inning battles pm.
I Stanley and Jake Wood'iIqueeze preparing for the March 27 Paul Shipley. 6-foot-4, 200 pound with the University of Flor Oglesby year-old Lakeland,

bunt. event under Coach Bill Daniels. sophomore from Lakeland who Ida speed equipment operator.
1.i. A double by Ike Brown two Following on the schedule are rowed on the JV last year and Displaying a tight defense and drives a 1964 Plymouth. Tucker
i. walks and a single by pitcher Amherst College of ,Amherst Jim Stewart t-foot-4. 172-pound some fine pitching FSC has had a 31-year-old electrical engineerfor FOR THE MAN

Jack DiLauro finished the score Mass, March 28; American International sophomore from St. Petersburg,, trouble hitting the ball. The the Martin Co. of Orlando,
ing for Tigertown In the ninth. College of Spring are a battling for the No. 4 Mocs have picked up only 3 hits will be In a 1963 Chevrolet.
....j 1 1t 1r *"". field, M..... Mar. 31; Jacksonville seat. Bob Nunn and John Me- in 24 innings of play Oglesby and Tucker clasheda WHO HAS EVERYTHING (well, almost]
...r was asrstMJ, University April 4; Tampa Leod are vying for the No. 3 Ceach Hal Smeltzly has had few months back at the draa-

.J ..111I......_.. 51.5.5.. O....,CII.101. .I1".. ?C711,.,...!!...i.L. ... University April 11': Rollins seat. his charges working hard In way with Oglesby losing Ever fool like getting away from It all and heading for the back country If s
,I ..... 171.Its aM 755.5.5. .Nt4 College. April 18, and the Florida Leaving the biggest puddle batting drills and the two- For the first time In the drag- the easiest thing In the world In a Msep Gladiator with a camper unit Just
.. Nrw .. ... It_. State Championsnips April In the shell Is Dale Hamm at game series with the Tallahassee way's three years of racing pack up your gear for hunting, fishing, skiing btrdwatchlng, rock hunting or

...i 2J. No. 2, the same position the nine could find the anyone that wishes to compete whatever your pleasure may b.

League Should the FSC eight win 6-foot, 172-pound sophomore Mom breaking out of their batting may try their hand at supervised No need to worry about sleeping' accommodations, either They're right with
r: City half of Its meets and place no from Led)" Ohio, rowed last slut. Ken Huebner and drag racing this Sunday, you whtrsver you go to keep you snug warm dry and comfortable regardlessof
"7 6l less than second In the state season At the bow Is Craig Cecil Hock have been tabbedas with no classification lee the weather.
l 6i Cage Playoffs championships en Tampa's Dye t-foot-1,112-pound former I starting pitchers. Darrell And because Ire attached to a M.ep' Gladiator you can go wherever you like
i Seddon Channel course they oarsman at Francis Hammond Fulton will handle catching place which might previously have been accessible, only on loot or on
Open TomorrowPolk will compete May 11 In the High In Alexandria Va. chores. WINDS PREVENT horseback The unit II I removable, too. Whenever you require a workhorse of a

famous Dad Vail Regatta In Following the FSU series, pickup truck with a largo bed and extra load carrying capacity you have tt,

1 Electric Company winner Philadelphia. The Mocs who Southern returns to Lakeland RECORD RUN Sound noting? It lot, It s available In either 2- 4-whotl drive, In T- or 6 loot
of the first half of the City have finished In the first six State Women'sCage and Henley Field where they lingth. Dolun or standard Why not so* your 'J..o' dealer today and have a
winds
MIAMI AP
( ) Gusty
Basketball League and Dick'sAuto live times at the PhlUy Regatta will entertain Valdosta State of look it the Gladiator with attached tamper unit Maybe you can become the
Sales second half victor. have not made thenortbera TourneyWINTER Valdosta, Ga, In a pair of night frustrated Bob Hayes Saturdayin man who ha* ..everything.W almost) ,
a best- three series here an assault on the world 100-
open trip since IKS. games on Wednesday and Thurs I
tomorrow at 7::30 p.m. at theLakeland yard dash record.
., day
HAVEN-The
On hand this year Is mort!I FlorIda world's fastest humanran P1
Junior High gym for size and experience than the Stale Women's Basketball The Into winds averaging KAISER Jeep CORPORATION SIP

...i the Second city title.game Is scheduled for Moccasins have had for some tourney will be held here Friday bottball Leagues miles an hour and gusting up WOULD LARQCSVr MANUFACTURIM OP 4-VVMCU. OKI VS.VtHICt.lt) ..

with the third years and Saturday at the Win- IS m.p.h.. and was clocked
Tuesday if night on Thursday. In Back from last year's varsity ter Haven Senior High School] Hold MeetingsThree ,9.4 seconds In the Florida

necessary Peoples hell, a hull that rowed to victories gym.Winners organizational softballs letic Club meet. The record 101 DIV.J
at 1 JEEP
second
a game p.m. STREATER-BUICK INC. .
Webster Avenue Baptist over the Dad Vail winner. and runners up from league meetings are scheduled 9.2. I
and
Bank second 'Marietta College and third place five district tourneys will come this week by the sponsoring George Colley of the .
will playoff of the for the Recreation finisher Amherst are four oarsmen pete In the event with teams City.Parks ,and Recreation Department Club a( Nassau ran second. r' i 14.954...,.)M .'N. LAKLAND, ..FLORIDA,#,a. ...... >;j.,"' 1.It' '"'
bait title and the coxswain. Three slated to come from Jacksonville ,' 4. H.ye In' the loo.afcoa: :t;. :'1I': I"' ,;\ './\W''tN 1' : J "" ,
League. oarsmen and the coxswain return Pensacola, Tallahassee, On : p. Crady Smith of Florid"' \
The leagues are sponsored by from the JV shell which Gainesville Orlando. Bradentonand the i.ndrId:3 :'ie:1 i !
the Lakeland Parka and Recreation posted eight victories againsttwo St. Petersburg. 1 planning on entering the Commercial
Department. There 4s no defeats. Two former high Deadline for entries Is Tuesday League will attend a
. .cIn charge for the playoff games. school oarsmen and a coxswainare al 2 p.m. at the office of meeting. On Friday at the same
1 showing promise. the Winter Haven Recreation time the Church and Slowpltch SHOP MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M., DOWNTOWN LAKELAND

ndhe l MOORE INJURED I The "Amy D,.." the varsity Department. League will meet. .
shell has Jim Pearson or MIami -
, IN AUTO CRASHSAN returning at coals Bill In Finol Moc Cog. Statistics
Jd. gram, ..foot.... 190-pounds, who
... DIEGO Calif. (AP) rowed In '63 for Washingtonand
Sets
of f Archie Moore former worldlightheavywelght Lee'f famed high school Tim Eisnaugle MEN'S STORE

boxing champion ,crew In Arlington.. Va., will pull
.. and a friend were Injured the stroke oar. Bob DeSear.

. early Saturday In a head-on Three Moc RecordsTim

lei two-car collision. FortneyAchmonWin
The car Moore was driving

It)' plunged down a 10-foot bank off Tourney Eisnaugle established versify for a new single game cm

vk.I the highway. Freda Fortney and John Ach- three new records for Florida scoring mark The old record
Moore of San Diego and his Southern College's basketball
man teamed to win the Thursday was 36 points. BROTHERS
friend Charles Payne. 34. of To Draw-Your-Partner shuffle team this year while 'leading I
Junior guard John Wells led
ledo. Ohio were reported In prizeith the Moccasins to a 13-11: season I
and the gasoline
tourney the team In foul shooting with
condition at Doctor's Hospital The 63 Sarasota center
good
Ida Martin spare
1 69-52 victory over
a of 780. Bowman It
an
back and leg In in his final season at Southern average
despite In ,
Adamy
0111. and
1i Kadmg Harry was second with 77.5. Wells was
the i juries. the finals at the Civic Center scored 599 points to break the team's third high scorer :
"I.
the old record of 614 points set
'Id.eh.. courts averaging 111 per game. Co- .
John McNamara In 1959
, Slated They also eliminated EstherParsons I by Captain Dave Shlnkman wan
He also with 374 rebounds -
Tryouts 41- came up
and Floyd Prescott
ear fourth In scoring with II.2, fol
84 the old record
IterIte. BARTOW-Independent baseball ,M, and Nina Kadmg and Jason over lowed by Tom Dawson who hit
Baade 41 to minus 25. K.dlnl.1 held by Nick Lapollo. of 71
players desiring to tryout Edith Vanesky' While setting the new' highpoint an average per game
trimmed
1moe. I for the Bartow baseball team) Adamy Sutllff. 41-38 whiteParsonsPrescott mark of 23.0 points a Against the opposition FlorIda
at 2 p.m. at and Louise Southera scored only three
do today
*I may so defeated Tom game Eisnaugle scored on 41.8per
ielrIt Bartow Memorial field and Cart Hinton 23-19. cent of his shots, eclipsing less points ever the entire
.' t The team will play semipro Steiber field of 22 courts was In Hank Feldman's mark of 49.2 season The statistics ef 21
Ingirst teams In the Tampa-Ridge area A set In 1961.Behind games show the opponents as
t this summer. play. Ebaaugle the Moccasins having netted 2251 points to

her alas. set a new team the Moccasins' 2248.

mo I To Fall high point mark with as average The Moccasins also set a newonegame
the, Marks Expected ef ".4 points a game. scoring mark with US
on- Sophomore Bob Bowman who points against Mercer University.
finished second to Eisnaugle It was on the Mocca
de- Race with a 17.' average scored 43 sins' home court where they

.tcf itry In 12 Hour Sebring points against a Mercer fair PO Uni nA"collected 23.n.see of their PCT 13 wins.,nAvn

cosine)., TIe era 711 :1 see all m ate 141 sue 671awc
Internationalist .
America's top : N I 4. Iwst' / a
!tty 70 of the Curacy. .W eta i.s ha i !
SEBRING-With _. .. s.. 10 75 a II a 1M
Brabham, ms I. in III
1 11n 1 scheduled to be on the two-time winner ef the world ::=:,'::: ;: i.e I :: :n r se at' n.out'7 aea a1 /i -= n
championship; B r lee Me- ...._ Jw/ la. III as 0' 10 7 'II II an ass
starter'sgreen ..
..kysed starting grid when the Wlk. nil.' II II N e II I N I'
, I nag falls the 14th annual Laren, New Zealand; Americans so.-.M-.1.. ....... .1 a. 11 11,1 JI icons JI A N a,aN'
12 Hour Endura.ce Richie Glnthcr. Roger reale..e I : -a t .a rOMw. .'
ITY Sebring Pemke. Bob Herbert. Auile :' II I e- C.- .aILA

ball Race on Saturday records Is expected in speed to PIM; Pedro Rodriguez, Mes- TOTALS eoUT".N aesa 1M ..... M/ tea n.1 I_ .... 1..1 ... '' I

*sy establish new lean ace; and European stars O'/ONNrTOTAL.. Sill .... ...e ate If,1 fits Ise alas Na'INAL

,en'oup and attendance.The speed. record for David Piper Joe Schlesoer, Israel I._""COR'...... c...,__WON a_IS. -w.LMT I II- LLet .
present -r
Jean Gulchet. and Loreail
the 12 hours over the 52mile
).all.to coarse, with It* nat- out lalldlne.
, These experts will be behind ,
turns, long
straight, hairpin
of racing Iron representing
wheels
tra- sweeping curves and tight W7 left the the top manufacturersof straw by Winthrop
verips- and right hand corners la New Nylon .
miles per hour. This average the U.S. and Europe. On the "Over 200 Cars ToChaos. ,
In the
, to, established In 1961 by a starting grid painted racing I
was colors of their nations, will From)
averbal Ferrari driven by the AmericanInternationalist
Phil Hill of CaUfornia be Ferraris Shelby Ford '
Corvettes Jaguars, to- 63MERCURY
Cobras
of f
,ilms and Oliver Gendeblen punches Pontiacs AuatinHesleyS 10.99

will France. This pair alternating Utica Abarths. E I V ss.Morgans. COMETS
,in.- at the wheel, covered 1,092 miles Volvos and a boat of
between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. A.T. Redio HeeterJ595
cent>nes the hour of the race. other luper-performa mawill $ You'll weor these for business, with leisure ottire for vacation travel toot! There
1961 race chinet. '
vied It was also In the of England,, The cars be GrsadTourislmo miles of pleasure In these miracles 'of comfort they are fashion right,
that Jobs Surtee and GT prototypes (I, Se Seed') art many

RE-my former world turned champion the motorcycle fastest Sebring is the only US. race trim slim end light. Jet black, beige and cocoanut brown, sizes A width, 9-12iB-C; I,
rider
carries full points toward PENDARVIS
which
He
WMTUld lap In Sebring' history.around thelayout both the manufacturers' world width 8.12; D width, 712. Men's Shoes.
drove his Ferrari and the prototype
alSO la three minutes, 11.4 championship CHEVROLET CO.

-tra seconds for a mark of 17.1185mph. championship Advance ticket sales Indicate' 310 N.. i dos Av..

win' that the biggest crowd In the L.ksle
whe
riedIOM\ the urea
Ameag history of t h e I nternatkmal
alter
run away .to their care classic will be watching when

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Defeat Mocs wane returned to anmmmeniSnnkeRtnen .xf h&' tines tins !Sir the game wanton had dud bine> am.W iui ute mnw bus inn
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,,5 Jdn Dftn AO (rm. . . . S19S.6OGisletely I.. fir Ciral Gahlesi.
: I' Flbrldb Siutacrn CullmjB'J ten.,unit: Tamp Rnnmann winner" oT that the tatrf needed aHedunc. and Bouieft gamthirrr Sbviora 3ondtk 31-: Itwml'' !out! its !wuuoft

Rxsa&itti.red t ILssriNfsed 'mv bevels dfcnppnt it* wcnndlimaitttl !I It and rtuincniir in the playnff Itat arar pmtacted! all year tnundl and! w* oouldVkvrtldllla' one a I 4N>. in (inrflm'MUiuuKtt ,'wilts ei :2'8. mur*.

t '( miHBlk of tile anlh nHituniT '(ncommnnded an extra aliftminuut officer tklllnc the man it Had! burnt: Li ltd! anal hung: : it (null while' aunt .mea et, as e eta e w. a e arms1.rd.aw.n .

SEE OUItBARGAIN as teniunf Hutten mutt penndl in oaaa of s fl* nothing abnw it. I''nf fumsnt IIJo dlspih tupMtintlt,: :..-. : .: ; : >>;
: etc Miiui. *I t jntRRtay an IH txtrnidlnij the playoffa tn" So Bad boat Ihimlllnt wrwi "to t me
CORRAL ws (bund dint m> tile acnuliy mm mr pamtmtto allWlIIIII tlhr emu;r, \
!: dte cnileipr .nni. smarts ,Cams .*. the director "tallnr Hunnts ... : : ; ,
again tbIt llllia berbofIII! buff many jwipto- tad paaaad re alma jtnrj B3initr Bimitftk I :: ::; : i !
: Lane' onine Sir tfls Macs eamaila +, ttiut I IWkff _
spitcifliKt it if Rullowit
voluntarypmgraitu. olttiimnt
after ie truer eaclfc flail !ire rwtited die derv)
neanna ailMQ
Fup i. 2t ....................... S.1'JSJO I me Not I tingle as iurry* T8.. by
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; Jdb Oea. S21SJQ { : ;BWIr tt Littalbmt: dhwniHt DavmfcE3.aii ,AA ar A. the principal of aKhnoli !. And! tint vMimani whoa was ungnaHC !II> Bav lUIadl ttobaaar the Slant Cw A tlmUa.IliMlliaue. i.a.laina ....... a .s 6 553
r > of Jtranm M,.s.:".M. moat notify the PHSAA: .. .A. Inwftwl. I s.as.

Cass Cn.me . ........ .... S ,1 D n. JIIIU\bE ,of its ianntinn by April 15,, eachDreadnaughts : tauhi't rem w.m one ttie Dud: just baanC! wee .... till Ih SWC kkakWUia.ma \:..=. ..: :. : i .i .i ; .:
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itfvnt aaJ 012 . ... $lUJO ... ..... .... "!IIihe n vw talkwt the mucni* j jW list EtfrraiY.,. naiad 3S : .: .
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S.. :rE-E sees. memtn all rues beoauar, tacit humans Btultt and .m.-1 I 11'I1IibI to.. .1
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SAn ON "AS IS" IQ\lIIMINT .,w r -- -eu.'.M.Mw..u ... ana mint thm sit a paotnav cmaaing a anal! oar jamattluii I r-c M tae It-. dimes tok.imtu .._ .. b Vti

WHO TflfT( LASTTUMS :':= r.:r .. -farM =ale: Second anywnerv maid wtthin Si mile*.nublc and! mgtil atmac )It. Add dill GIll|' n. ABavW |..aritlearn .........-was.. ->.> ... ..... .P-1....
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AVAOA1US goatee bring di.ugi
ten c.tl'PoIk
tae cB/d.
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1 : IT F tt.c&R S&UR& L Iliac. A. Mo B&Kfc PwHbfS U FTeuiiM m. Prep Gall
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TRUCKS I _and: her Friday IK a Actually;; ir Ur mttraty praitUIr t n ter a jpunttur anywnenr.evn iait.of ttwnt t M4M M KMH Journey' Friday

i rsnguUnr trick and field lltirf1'd nee !tar althea juc II aa Ltkelan-me tams. wQ ace titrwta It.I
rKTUHATJOtUL-ICID-OtIYlOUT I 0 ir1q tt!* lint MC. ltaalpi waww
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it Stewart field pnaalbta, lint pmliabl U.ale
3 !i TONS W51 TO 1MI. 11.,111" disptii.q ha ....: Wales
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JOQCOO 51!. Pvta' tnugh Gram D* Pot there ant a> tew amther engyf mnuntaiir Bun) !BaHi
MAKE YOOt CMOKI. & tr W calked nn> CS p"ntaII.. watt and: they leave torn mm a tile area alll'llnlllr atLilreland tft, v nw* tlKurnc Jluiiilwii'I I
H ml .,... 's =-l V.\KE ..\US the dome
t ch* mart wiHr Lakeland sec -generally! apeaUinc" i iIro die Gnww Swa"", awn ,
pwnt hww.em < ieIt trmrmr
TRUCKS TRACTORS c.1 i 1iwir Nil-III kStM
ML Ounedia' falcons
at aweral amen in the pac 1W:jaarsu Hi* vddllflr dfflcar .in *ieaae .
ardent meW PMawf Ir1bWi '.... ita sha itad fnIII.Y. tlblsta
ehnf ac SI and Bunnn
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'S= httrMlioMl ants .., SZ7SOflO J Bar fcurtt had see am .as tied area a peataua and! w* wrote af GrftJIa uIe1.11)1" W am Cult tot Cuuncn
panther on time north ddt af taw Gnwra Swmi0 aria .i> as I lww I.. ,
Tae Draadhauajitt were lundtiuoDed ; ay Mr. luelaa) arvlittt t areal..Club tvknvTW
'M fcrtwwiMw VltS $345020 < n Aon Gary Little.Guy 111II i three ttmm in tile pt jmmr or jit% jaan- our pna n* CWit..... f1 ,....as. luimMMBt fe...iiwAH all >

A.1 coNonrioM ILAOT TO GO and larry ftacoclt were) ItndWIlldrrSn ; 'std b s4 ass p..wtaAr:;:a lie
mot CIIIWf t\IftI11i1r lite Due prft5tpriltp 'Imam ,. CdiBt-
ALSO nkbtt to ClDmpllllt. vm may Uiwi1 !fury Naaa age Kkwte it W*
labs BCtUnats wane flout < rabbits and aches mall) iwttmt*, gning W> \Ihrynr fun and! lt* aWa Wl lee elaa I lay aft atigablt a sear *. tw t.

: aANCHUO'S-VANS-.ANUS 'fce> hordes a ::ttJ and tIIe\" \ dnraeMK: animal only under vxtMni dreunmtancsm. "e eurwrt vU Ik Nil i.*Xsnr i.braawver ftCNe nail Itgflali4ttrust

BE SUIE AND CHECK WITH US HuxOcs f te :.%12. Rod tinder have never teary at aa attach as a Meter M masters [was. rut ,...... s.iaw p.. .,. ,... to -w.---

.. .. Mall O* r 5 T rd aaan in ;:lU'' (We seen kong tf aa mach ow r numaw B MK attturbcidanally > I hi .. 1M bairn gearwr. ..,1 iw. The es/amt.m eIII.N14 NS.
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lEfOSE YOU BUY I" .. Si.e.1
h .awii Uadfer mat Boo* Oenonnk tied ;; j is litl. CM as i iJII pracrtaally 11II tie '>. StMu ) D.v.l A. t.ese.S. ere4
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'WUCOIotI Alb tent a BMrtft to cue rat!\It. die I -. a.. ... eS+cams.dNt .
tfGireigt Jay aay "fcantftetf" to '**- W. .$av# *. Block pea
StI Out ItANO NEW FA1MA1L I i ... tt
!ante; Oeabtw Uniaaed awed Oars FTbndax. a iopcr.. Aare.P .maim In rI of riebilr
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AND IKTI1NATIONAL TtACTOU
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cut CADET TO AND 100 Faaaiaf was second in the pate mid mldnnt was .
deer Be
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tile anuMtf a* aw- BH to a *
UMTAL CUllS C1pr is mat I j A kitf bi Kawl toay tMMT. Maaaap
IHTUMATIOMAt TtUCXS AND Man afOntoura. .-&--- slats Aa4 iai M .IM( "|h( or 11V MM ka O* w.a Seeb, ism ... aa. gottm M By wren tat

JOHN REAM slunu Tit anfiot. y:4ero.BMdby Raaal* ..... we Saws ncaw. ettt vaonnk.Caaafly. pA IIIIoIa at 1.JI ham ..... III lad all b* ntpcwt *..** toa

t (MCENTER Itaaa aad Can AOm fteaaadI w a His caaak m* Mparw IncUidW sit lid flit taerenj d rkJnta 0.. a Smw.ea.sie ... y whim tt. toen.

aec.mt .. nppaaad paathar was afttr a, Had awnv\ J on* Banras.uapaak a.eaauam .-. yrs- ne N.wet sue IS-

I !. a I90R IIrinr let eat And ia all mv tares w. iuwMfiRMeat mime = grwtan a newr inset, sere Sot tk.* 311 ales

QUILLIANi St. Ptttmots viaea wait ..4 dirt was toad ..... Sand err *. auaft die 'pIItdft') eww Pta$ Capt. TJ.G. I tei vin. t5" IPed Cie eMsift..eSap. .

to a far Ukafead liKJU dead aat to be Mack a8 rlgM luf M MIW br MUM nwjaaitity 1r 1--- A carry ctuIfto, Iswse.
i Cu THXX t moo wej n. acaai to Saw .__ i5 ..iB W cnwwl.TW .
D.eia err a* afpacaw. tor pear liwwim\., ynpaMS. < 2315 D.4 City Hyiwey 1740 H_ Taas6U46I3. thy. tie -w r.i MIl OR Sele T. mat oo die deaf and if par avid HoaMf tit raaanrtaad J1! H"5: taunrr Ml a.frw.- fey
II i !:;: Ikt Ftonta Highs &.uU AlkfeocAswcutM
Sane = til
may Was at Larry EBion.Umn. wwnrf. at* auh fife nffieir wlto iMUMatScaMat andStar
s Uk.l.4hl fU.fK : ... sad all win airtfitUtiBM
4 HI tH. .Ie.... Jec.-. Darid Joan and Ptd| was said to knv canfrnad dial ad wf S awtar. Beds: fzsr i lam. j j afp4r well CSGA

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By WILLIAM D. SIIILLING / .
Ledger Staff Writer

The city commission will have to make several 3
highly important decisions within the next several Sure months that will be far-reaching in importance terrific reductions ea our low prices L Yl"1
for this big SALE! torjolns so great
One of these decisions will be on the equalization that we eve ..,ect few "..".*
of the property assessment roll; the second will chow1* to come out for them! Hurry ., ,. MON. TUES. & WED. I] J
be on the reduction of commercial power (it for Youn.
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r' rates -.
These decisions will necessarily be
l'J w,P.' ( Closely related, and they are decisions
which should be made without further ,
7J delay by the governing body
City Hallways has made
1 a preliminary -
4! analysis of the City of Lakeland
property assessment roll in comparison
with, real property values established
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!'fl; by the A complete county analysis will require @AIR

SHILLING several weeks of study. Let it be said CONDITIONERS
that the only word which can be used
to describe the inequities in property assessments in
Lakeland is incredible. -

Some property in the municipality is assessed at l BRAND NEW MODELS AT PRE-SEASON SAVINGS
only one-sixth less
or of the value placed on

the property by the county. Conversely, some prop .. rrr .rr+--:
r'+ rriirrr rwr rrr r rr
erty in the city is assessed higher substantially ="' r
= =
_=== = = .1 1 I HP-6.000 BTU A/C
higher than the values established by the county.
If the city commission decides to equalize the
property roll assessments .r ..rrr..t rrr rrrrr r Crr.Zrrrr s NOW $ 00
by adopting at or near rrrrrr .
the valuations used by the county, there will be a .IJ: / ONIYt 138
reduction in the tax rate of several mills or' more. 11. VOL' Moerle

Even with a millage reduction, municipal income -

from ad valorem property taxes will be substantially ; t 1 ." .1 1 HP-10,000 BTU A/C
increased if the roll is equalized. Prop.
erty owners who have been enjoying very low assessments -
over the years will be paying higher tax bills ONLY $14880
at the city hall
til VOIT MOBIL
This increase in Income from this source would

help anticipated the commission reduction in and utility administration department offset revenue an MAKE TYREE'S YOUR HEADQUARTERS f.2 HP-15.000 BTU A/C

of possibly $300.000per( year if commercial power *
rates are slashed before the beginning of the 1964- NOW
$19880F
1963 fiscal year beginning next Sept. 1. ONLY

The governing body can be certain of just one 110 VOLT MODIl
thing it will hear some roars of protest if the or, LAUNDRY NEEDS!

assessment roll is equalized, and it may hear some HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF TYREE'S
even louder roars if the assessment roll is not equal-
ized. MONEY SAVING LAUNDRY SPECIALS!

It should be an interesting spring and summer. HOTPOINT 2-CYCLE BIG 3-DAY SALE!

AUTOMATIC WASHERKSS $12700 :

Holcom Prepares Crow DinnerA : NOW 'ONLY QNIY HOTPOINT OinR Alt; THIt

couple of characters at the city hall may haveto / I 1 .

eat some crow which citizen T. E. Holcom is hoping HOTPOINT'3.CYCLE
to prepare and serve before 1964 passes into historyv AUTOMATIC WASHER .
$14700

I The characters are City Manager Robert V. You- Mw:JS-: NOW ONLY Sr,, q'' A. ( ,,, "
key and Comptroller L. R. Shuman. We have an
idea that they had better get some seasoning ready '
for the crow. HOTPOINT.J-CYCLE
It now appears that the Lakeland north- 2-SPEED AUTOMATIC
south throughway will actually become a reality. WASHER THE BEST $17700 eMosll
As a private citizen, Holcom has left no stones unturned
in an effort to get the State Road Depart NOW ONLY lEST ALL WASHERS PRICED WITH A
ment to make a start on the multi-million arterial Lwa/s QUALIFIED WASHER TRADEINREFRIGERATORS
route He has made several trips to Tallahassee as
part of his personal promotion efforts.
Youkey and Shuman entered the picture by callIng .
Holcom Mr North-South. In truth, the munici-
pal officials didn't believe that the throughway
would get off the ground Holcom, a' quiet and -I. I
peace-loving individual in recent years, took the
needling in good fashion. Now, he's reading recipesfor
crow. A GIANT PART OF TYREE'S BUSINESS-WHY? BECAUSE TYREE'S SELLS ONLY

Of course, Holcom is one of many who have THE BEST! FAMOUS NAME BRANDS AT LOW SALE PRICESI!
worked in the Interest of getting a north-south arterial
route for Lakeland. I ? l BEAUTIFUL 12 CU. FT.
Primary credit must go to John R. Phillips, of DOUBLE DOORREFRIGERATOR.FREEZER
Lakeland, chairman of the SRD, for bringing the $16880
project to its present state under which the nigh-
way design for the first leg of the throughway is NOW ONLY .00'
being done by Wellman-Lord Engineering The same
holds true for Warren Cason, District One road HUGE 14 CU. FT.
board member, of Tampa.
FROST FREEREFRIGERATORFREEZER
Certainly, the board of county commissionershave $26880
given the municipality great assistance in plac-
ing the throughway second on their priority list of 2 DOOR NOW ONLY 1m.
primary road requests, and in assuring the SRD that
the county was ready to begin right-of-way acquisition -
MAMMOTH 15 ft.
from Tallahassee. cu.
when the word comes
Rep. Lawton M. Chiles Jr. has been working on FROST FREE $32880
the north-south project, and no little assistance has _I
BOTTOM FREEZER MODEL
come from Hector Johnson, the SRD's district engi- tNa
neer at Bartow. Then, there are W. V. (Benny) Fen- NOW ONLY lilT
ton, the perennial chairman of the Greater Lakeland
Chamber of Commerce's streets and highways com- 011
mittee, former Mayors Morris Pritchard and W. H. 1CID winsj'oYALIPIID T IADI-IN
Loftin, and Mayor Harold Grizzard. Of course, there BIG 3 DAY -

are many others. 23" DELUXE CONSOLE ,
recalls the back in the 1940s
City Hallways night ALL WALNUT CABINET $17995 r'
when the late C. V. McClurg and V P. Selph appeared
at a commission meeting to request an increase NOW ONLY t '
and extension of the utility tax to finance the coos
right-of-way purchase for what is now Memorial
Boulevard. 23"CUSTOM DELUXE 95 iY. N
first-hand observer of what Memorial 'SHAKERS AND $19 9 y- b
Having Boulevard been a has meant to the development of CLk..1 ,........ w s..ryr ........ ; -
CAIiNnS NOW ONLY ITS _
the municipality, we believe we can look ahead some 1m..
10 or 13 years and visualize what the north south _
throughway will do to change the face of this ever- "
J-WAT-COMIINATION 2]

changing city. of the arterial highwaywill TY-STEREO MONOGRAM -$28995 Fi
The real significance AN AM/FM RADIO-IT'S THE !
of time,
have to wait for the passing UST-NOW ONLY s"fs :,
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Tree-For-Tree Plan Suggested An Irks VNUN.IIMIy. als1.r ALL CUITIS MATHII 'IICI' WITH TlADI

Youkey this past week suggested to Joker Mar- SHOP
chant, the director of parks and recreation: a.3sl3 o

ID the"Every city"time you remove a tree, plant a new one FRIDAY NO MONEY DOWN. .w.. ONLY $125 Per Wk.

City Hallways believes the city manager should :30-9: rM. .
have suggested two new trees.
If the Lakeland of the past 10 or 13 years Is to
face any indictment at some future date, it will be LAKELAND HOME APPLIANCE
on a charge of negligence in the planting of trees ,

for future Storms generations have felled some of the huge oaks and : 228 S. FLORIDA AVE. Finest Service Anywhere
tall palms. Progress has bulldozed its way through
hundreds of other trees. And there's oH-age and
death, even in the world of trees
The Lakeland of 23 or even 50 years in the future
will only be as beautiful as the trees which we
plant today and every day.
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CLOSING SANTA Fl ACTION-Tke Sent ,. CrlniM Hawks .1,,,. HJln.,., ttVl, !."".. At left Mike M.M.r 141'.( the Hawks fins et Hi. k..k*.. Mirle the Hmki.. Mohhf (hope to H.* us -.". iho.. I* tiled shoe M.... nmltn for ?.

I 11-62, .hi Hit HmiflMb. .f the CI.. C .tet. tey...f '''.I., tt G.iii"vlllt. Her. b Mw> b It Hr btt. Hilll... pllyrs.rst Gary D..ls (21), Wry C.pp. (15)), NarrclCMHM tarn mt .hi hart .!>.. Mont goes vp fr t..... n DMHIIS Crews flat ef Hilliere I

"y."et WIN Iy fieiiwsvllle Sun ,hot.|r.|>l w ....i. Davis .. the clmitif .el'''. .f 1111, P...l H.itfMk (221) ..* GlMit H.w.rJ ((20) N*. 21 to M.rk MUiuuk Mki t* Meek shot .. .. .. .


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JACK FLOWERS

Ledger Assistant Sports Editor

4 isy/ GAINESVILLE-Ciba's gift to Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic

,. SAVINGS High School was the good luck charm for Coach John Macki
Crimson Hawks on unlucky Friday the 13th.

Mario Monte, the refugee from Castro-land who couldn't tell

rxrazawooifcHzatttn; 4 the difference between a pumpkin and a basketball three years

5 ago, tossed In 30 points at the University of Florida gym to

A pace Santa Fe to a 63.62 victory over Hilliard and a berth In
LOWEST PRICES! a -yesterday afternoon's State Class C high school cage finals

DEMONSTRATIONS Coach The Milliard Charlie Red Bennett Flashes were of of Crimson Hawks refused to

:::9 1 the defending Class C champions. I go down for the knockout

count. The Red Flashes built
: up a 2... first quarter lead
I- % Santa Fe was to have played
,DURING jItjOUDR 'ampbellton High at 3 p.m. yes and It looked hopeless for the
Lakeland quintet.
terday for the title.

Monte the t-foot-4 center who Then Monte, with valuable
BARGAINGRAND had never played a basketball assistance from sophomore Mike

lame; until three years ago was Mohler, took over and the Crimson
tabbed coaches Hawks surged to a 31.30
GLEEFUL FANWSinirt ,. C.h".." Hawks fin par *..t .. "".1! pros ftlitf, fttrnoon.. (Sptciol I phot to the Ud|.r fGtfnttville and by officials as, newspapermen one of the halftime advantage. Santa Fa

I the Unlwnity' of FlorW 'gym it.ft.. tt ..."'. Iktir c.|..* IK Svn'i Iddit Denial! I best Individual players In the'had a three.point spread 48-43

.II,1ot. .. the Crime H.".. knccluS .H HillnrJ .hi the "",. tournament in all classes. over Hilliard at the close of

"Simply superb," said Coach three periods.
Mack of his ace. "Never played, The biggest margin of difference
State Grid Playoffs Fishing And Hunting a better ball game. He's great," Santa Fe ever had on Bil
liard the last
were more of Mack's tributes for during half was
By FRED W. JONES Monte. six points. ,

4 *' Fishing-Hunting Editor "They all did a fabulous job" With one minute and two secy!
For' :
onds left Monte
Set Up Ajchooh to play put
Mack said in praise of his team.
'J'? ,. 'Over the years we have heard many Interesting stones It was more than fabulous. It Santa Fe out of reach, 83.57
OPENINGNEW 11.r <: and lI.ve. h some cases, run Into Interesting things while was heroic. Nine seconds later he foule

"GAjNESVILLfi (AP) State 80 at t them-snd 6S or 19 will be checking on those stories. Som. of 'you may recall a short Milliard, making Its 14th consecutlve out.

h'gh..school football champion. Class A. time ago we wrote of the deer which was supposed to have appearance In the With Mohler hitting with
BUILDING shtp playoffs were extended Saturday The FHSAA Tournament Committee traveled some 71 miles to return borne-a most unusual thing Class C playoffs bad Santa consistency on Jump shots
to Include Class A schools had suggested Class A for a deer to do. Fe on the ropes after the first from above the free throw line,
MARCH 16 TO 21st
Directors of the Florida High run from 178 to (00 boys-which quarter but the fighting ban Monte was able ta dominate
And you may recall that the story resulted from a seriesof
PRIZES School I Activities Association would have meant 61 schools In the offensive and defensive
and deer hadn't been
REfRESHMENTS DOOR (FHSAA) heard favorable reports' Class AA and 79 in Class A. assumptions misunderstandings backboards. Mohler finished
on the Class AA playoffs, Proposals Included adding I hauled away In the first place as everyone had supposed! Planters with 22 points, 13 coming In
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which were Inaugurated last Class AAA-giving the state five Well, this week we got a call from a long-time friend who the last two periods. Monte
SEE OUR LUCKY HORSESHOE year, and gave the go-ahead for classifications for basketball. said a fellow worker was telling a panther story which went divided his 30, IS In each half.

Class A this year. Other directors said fewer classes something like this. The panther had attacked his horse causing Paul Haddock 6-foot center.

SPECIALS A proposal to change the en were needed.Reclasaificatlon. quite some damage; the panther had been In his back Triumph paced the Hilliard attack with

rollment figures determining was referred yard after some puppies or some caged rabbits; the panther 21 points and Gary Copps added

various classes was rejected back to the tournament committee 16 to the losing cause. The los

Farmall Cubs-(3)( . . . $645 t up This, leaves In Class AA all headed by Bob Lockett of TAMpa. SAT nan Su d._. Mtrvk IS. ItM Mth! t,a.., SI ..." By JACK FLOWERS er's Norval Conner chipped In
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schools with than 450 p. M m m I wn rim. m I
more boysin Jacksonville. It .. with 13, the only other playerfor
probably will Ledger Assistant
w. 1.41 a1
Super A's-(2)( ) . . . . $745 i up the upper three grades-about come before the directors again ::M-.r.. w :Minh It. .w.. :Mk turn..w.Silt .m ,.J\SI ..,..r ___ ? *".4I. a. a.wr *"" *' *J* "14 .a." ""'' slow """", GAINESVILLE The Plant
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Farmall 130-(2)( ) . . . $1595 S up -( In August. II City High School Planters kept figures.
Stetson Netters i The method of deciding tie the Southwest Monte and Mohler's 52-point
International 300 Grovi . $1095.00 games in the playoff system also had finally been killed by a woman living not far from him ence banner Florida In Confer. total more than offset this dif.
flying search
Defeat MocsFlorida 'was returned to committee and he knew this for the game warden had told him so. of ference. Monte now has 584
John Deer AO Grove . . . $995.00 Spokesmen for Coral Gables We started checking panther Hacking a horse is so day a state afternoon basketball by title here Fri point In Santa Fa's 21.7 record.

Southern College's ten. and Tampa Robinson winner unheard of that the story needed checking, and besides, panthers highly-rated Riviera upsetting Beach 52- Hilliard closed out its season
Reconditioned! Guaranteed ,
I
Completely nil team dropped Its second and runnerup in the playoff last are protected all year 'round and we couldn't see a 48, In overtime. with a 22.. mark.

straight match of the college fall-recommended an extra six- wildlife officer telling the man It had been killed and doing Although it took a whole teamof senysa MeelNn.n ra rte mi 1M.w4 r m
SEE OUR season as Stetson's Hatters routed minute period In case of a tie. nothing about It. Planters to display top-notch .;::::;:: It i 1 : >eJ.

BARGAIN CORRAL the Mocs 11, yesterday at In extending the playoffs to So, we found that no one had actually seen any pantherIn ball handling against the much ...a1.ntM,._ ..... I s I 1

the Lone college point tennis for the courts.Mocs came Class specified A, that the It directors Is a voluntary again the neighborhood but many people had passed on the story taller Mike Rollyson Hornets of Riviera Beach ::i.ft: :::::::,; Ii i i ; ItT.
after hearing it from else each had been credited claimed the glory
Ferguson 20 . .t. II. II $395.00 In the No. 1 singles as Larry irogram To compete, either la with the actual sighting someone yet as he led his mates to a spot In ..... "...... ii a17. jj iiMILLI"
,
John Deere . II. . II . $295.00 McEhrsIn Hale of Lakeland of Stetson downed 34 Dave 1-0. AA or A, the principal of a And the woman who was supposed to have killed the the State Class A finals ee."ws''. PS, n.1 T.'Ta is
1.2. school must notify the FHSAAof Rollyson, who finished ...: ::::: i !
beast hadn't even seen one elther-ahe had just heard onewai see. c,... .. .... .. 4
Case Grove II , II II. $495.00 The results Its intention by April 15, each end In the SWC Individual I 1 I r1
( around. Even the wildlife officer involved told us he .io" :;:: :
II iittMn SWI ft toil S. : I ;
Mctlvim (t r.7.... t 1, ti Ion: a'.:. year. coring race to Auburndalrt ....
International 012 . . $245.00 Ill kM DIM W>_ IPX $4.ll "might have talked too much"Wa Booty Nw..d : :.'; :: !
O.A c_... leI a... ftvwr L* ...<. mention Etheridge, netted 3S T Cm r : i.J j j J J
aU this became such build and
ill 1. t-ll DOTlM Will (.) H. DreadnaughtsTake rumors some points, Including a perfect 17. Witt : ::
SAVE ON "AS IS" EQUIPMENT CUM (l> 1 a. l.al Sot
a. Mratal
v* 111 kMl It.!; Saktr IH 1: one might then sea a panther crossing a road or something for-17 al the free throw line. T w r. .... .. ... .. .. II "
WHILE THEY LAST .14. a.,;.-(PI..tI mkml.>Ml, kM S..1.rwnlM.w Second anywhere within 50 miles, and might shoot It. And this, of The 6-foot.J senior guard ..=- Sr. sorter... n Iat.4f
TERMS AVAILABLE D..uM.<, Mellxin-.rM> leI ..... course, could bring much trouble! came Nu,..dI... .. ._ a 10 u 1t-fJ
through when the _
N.1. W.I-w Ire t it OMfiimx.nn : chips ea.eaa..a..w
,. :: ., ; 'Track .
wl w <'> w In Meet were down.
.. WSLMN.d. plant had
rt, T. I',, .. .. City eight
See Our Truck Round-Up tal .Met eo.oA....... Ire. a.a points in the three-minute
.... ST: PETERSBURG Lakeland's There Are No Block Panthers In Florida time over Polk Prep Golf
Dreadnaughts finished period and Rollyson had
PICKUP TRUCKS' second here Friday In a quad. Actually it to entirely possible to sea a panther anywhere, J'x of them 6-out-of-l at the

INTERNATIONAL-FORD-CHEVROLET rangular track and field meet even fairly clone to cities such u Lakeland-out note, we said free throw line. I Tourney FridayAt
at Stewart Field. possible, not probable.For During the first half Rollyson
Vt TONS 1953 TO 1961. $OOCOO St. Pete's tough Green Devils there are a few panthers (cougar, mountain lion) In again displayed his poweress Lake WalesLAKE

MAKE YOUR CHOICE ?* fr UP chalked up 121'point. to sweep the state and they have been seen In the area northeast of over the virtues of pressure
the meet with Lakeland second Lakeland-generally speaking In the Green Swamp area scoring 21 of Plant City's 28 WALES The Polk

TRUCKS TRACTORS it 68. Dunedm's Falcons were several' times in the put 10 years. The wildlife officer In this points Nineteen came in order County High School Golf Tourna
third at 51 and Bishop Barry had without another Planter tallying ment U scheduled Friday at the
$2750.00 case had seen one In that area a year ago and wa wrote of
58 International C0195 II. . 3 for fourth. Gerald Danley. Plant City's Lake Wale Golf and Country
panthers on the north side of the Green Swamp area two or No.
'60 International VI95 . . $3450.00 The Dreadnaughts were handicapped three times in the past seven or eight years-to our positive only 2 scoring ace, fouled out and Club course. at 1
In that Gary Little Gary contributed five points. The tournament begin
A-1 CONDITION READY TO GO Hill and Larry Peacock wars knowledge. Rick Ward had seven points for
ALSORANCHERO'SVANS unable to Compete. So. one could even be near town. But they live principally the winners. a.m.All high school In Polk County

PANELSBE John Middents won both the on rabbits and other small rodents, going to larger game and Riviera Beach lost twe ef are eligible to enter the meet
high hurdles in :U3 and low domestic animals only under extreme circumstances. We Its starters via the foul rout. however, entries and eligibility
SURE AND CHECK WITH US hurdles In 212. Rod Linder have never heard of an attack on a bono in modern times. Will Santiago Moot guard sheet must be mailed by tomor

BEFORE YOU BUY Grtat Way fa Sfaf took the 220-yard dash In.23.SUnder (We never beard of an attack on a human being either.)I Wt In the fourth quarter and row. The information should be
fit and Bob Oenbrink tied Incidentally, In this case as In practically an the "pan Bill Staudie8-tool-7 center mailed to David A. Lofgren coordinator
a = CCHaCUl = = = CH ncn C = C = CI cue NeeffkrSKINNERS for fourth In the lOO-yard dash; ther" reports ws have received In the past, the people reporting fouled out la the overtime of health, physical education

WILCOMI Jay Allen took a fourth m the say the "panther" ,Is black. We have no black pan- period. and driver education
SEE OUR BRAND NEW FARMALL mile: Oenbrink finished'thin then In Florida. Bill Whitman paced the Hor- Polk County Board of Public In
AND INTERNATIONAL TRACTORSCUB OPEN nets with 20 while Suns- struction's Instructional staff office
in the broad Jump and David The man had points
originating this story originally reported to
CADET 70 AND 100 .':30 A.M. 11:00 P.M. Fanning wu second In the polevault. the wildlife officer that the animal he .._uppoeed to be a field added 16. in Bartow.A .
KINTAL CLUIS I Plant City was to have played high school may enter as
INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS AND panther-was black. And in at least eight or 10 cases In the Daytona but
The sprint medley team oOenbrink. Seabreeze In the data many golfers u they wish
JOHN BEAN SPRAYERS Middents Ron a 1.I past we have received such report A finals at 7:30 last night at the will be required to designate its
f Usually, as in this case, the reports Included the fact the University of Florida site four-man team prior to the tour
ca : = = HCI J IHHIIU it ((1of&CENTER Meek and Gen: Allen finished gym
second. supposed panther was after, or had eaten young kittens, of all tournament games. Sea nament. The lowest team aggregate

la a meet strictly for sophomores \ puppies, etc. And In all the cases we Investigated, where breeze owns a regular season score for the 38 holes
QUILLIANINTERNATIONAL St. Pete won with 4S>/ there was good evidence found on the scene the "panther" victory over Plant City, 7I- J. will win the Polk County cham

points to 27 for Lakeland and 15 turned out to be black all right,. but an otterfor some reason aiviea. smell. MJUIT crrvsrar pionship. A county champ low
TRUCK i TRACTOR, INC. they seem to have ? ? medalist also will be crowned.
for Dunedin. Mike Moore won aa appetite for young kittens puppies etc. :: ::. = :
II 2335 Dodo City Highway g 1740 New Tempo Hwy. the 880-yard run and the mil To sum up this deal, and If you have heard the rumors ES"t J"! :: r 'H I i The tourney la approved by
686-06U relay team of Larry Elliott, and have worried the wildlife officer who investigated and S-S: : iiiIS I ',the Florida High School AthleticAssociation
: Lakeland Flo. HMfl and
HI Jamie Jackson, Moore, David Johns and Phi who was said to have confirmed that It was a panther, tells : and all rules

Ph. 682-4117 111yyvr Golf Professional Scott triumpher. us he has no evidence whatever that such an animal has T.... 11 Ml! T..... ii ii ii!regulations apply all with except USGA
Lakeland will be at Chamberlain been seen, or killed, (of course!) in that area (The Lake I .._. ''' rules governing play
> y>'>'i vyT| <'i?'> 'ryl yyi' 1 : in a dual meet on Friday. Gibson area). I :; .,.f .: T,: 51 .: t:: where it I II necessary to apply
01'+ .LSe.wa as/dl. 'local rules.


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ST. PATRICK'S DAY

By WILLIAM D. SHILLING
Ledger Staff Writer

The city commission will have to make several 3 !
days
highly Important decisions within the next several Sure and tsr't be amused et rk* only
months that will be far-reaching in importance. terrific r e* eur low pricesfor ,
One of these this biq SAIII larfalm so great
decisions will be
on the
equalization that we even expect a few "Uprt-
of the property assessment roll; the second will chaunt" fe some out for them! Hurry \ ; MON. TUES. & WED. II
be on the reduction of commercial pow- 11. for your.

r, er rates.
These decisions will
necessarily be
,
.'i closely related, and they are decisions
which should be made without further }/
f delay by the governing body. ,ty ;.cad T"a .
City Hallways has made a prelfml-
/' i nary analysis of the City of Lakeland
4 property assessment roll in comparisonwith
real property values established
by the county.A .
complete analysis will require @AIRCONDITIONERS
SHILLING several weeks of study. Let it be said
that the only word.which can be used
to describe the Inequities in property assessments in
Lakeland is incredible.

Some property in the municipality is assessed at : L y BRAND NEW MODELS AT PRE-SEASOH SAVINGS
only one-sixth or less of the value placed on i. ,.rrrr r rwrrrrrrrrrrr
the property by the county. Conversely, some prop- rir rrrrr ,
erty in the city is assessed higher substantially

higher than the values established by the county. rrlr r.,, rrr. L rr-'Yr-'r r rr rw r! iD -. 1 rlP-4000 BTU A/C,
If the city commission decides to equalize the
property roll by adopting assessments at or near -- W Of| e NOW < '
138'
t
the valuations used by the county, there will be a : ? tx 1 ONLY
reduction in the tax rate of several mills of more. T l -, F rte VOLT MODIL

Even with a millage reduction, municipal Income -.

from ad valorem property taxes will be substantially Y p4N0,07 ** < .1;1 HP-mODO BTU A/C
increased if the roll is equalized. Prop- seecr >
erty owners who have been enjoying very low assessments : *** !* < NOW

over the years will be paying higher tax billsat Cs"'rwo ONLY $14880MAKE

the city hall JM VOIT Moon
This increase in income from this source would

help the commission and administration offset an f.12 NP-=15.000 BTU A/C
anticipated reduction in utility department revenueof TYREE'S YOUR HEADQUARTERS '
possibly $300,000"per year if commercial power
NOW
rates are slashed before the beginning of the 1964- $19880F
1965 fiscal year beginning next Sept. 1. ONLY

The governing body can be certain of just one 22e tort MODIL
thing it will hear some roars of protest if the or LAUNDRY NEEDS!

assessment roll is equalized, and it may hear some HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF TYREE'S
even louder roars if the assessment roll is pot equal-
ized. MONEY SAYING LAUNDRY SPECIALS!

It should be an interesting spring and summer. HOTPOINT 2-CYCLE BIG 3-DAY SALE! r m

AUTOMATIC WASHER $12700
a e t 1 -
Holcom Prepares Crow DinnerA ':::, NOW ONLY

couple of characters at the city hall may haveto / 1 I

eat some crow which citizen T. E. Holcom is hop- HOTPOINT 3-CYCLE ,
ing to prepare and serve before 1964 passes into hit- AUTOMATIC ,WASHER '
$14700
tory ,. ;
The characters are City Manager Robert V. You- W:.;L NOW ONLY TrR Er .r.,; i
key and Comptroller L. R. Shuman. We have an
idea that they had better get some seasoning ready r
HOTPOINT 3-CYCLE
for the crow.
It now appears that the Lakeland north- 2-SPEED AUTOMATIC Vi
south throughway will actually become a reality. i WASHER THE BEST $17700 V e eMODIL
Asa private citizen, Holcom has left no stones un-
turned in an effort to get the State Road Depart NOW ONLY lEST ALL WASHERS PRICED WITH A
ment to make a start on the multi-million arterial Lwu: QUALIFIED WASHER TRADEINREFRIGERATORS
route. He has made several trips to Tallahassee u
part of his personal promotion efforts.
Youkey and Shuman entered the picture by call- .
ing Holcom Mr. North-South. In truth, the municipal
officials didn't believe that the throughway -.
would get off the ground. Holcom, a quiet and a .11/.11A/
peace-loving individual in recent years, took the
needling in good fashion. Now, he's reading recipes ,
for crow. GIANT PART OF TYREE'S BUSINESS-WHY? BECAUSE TYREE'S SELLS ONLY

Of course, Holcom is one of many who have THE BEST! FAMOUS NAME BRANDS AT LOW SALE PRICES I
worked in the Interest of getting a north-south arterial i
route for Lakeland. BEAUTIFUL 12 CU. FT.

Primary credit must go to John R. Phillips, of /' DOORREFRIGERATORFREEZER '
Lakeland, chairman of the SRD, for bringing the $16880'DOUBLE
project to its present state under which the highway "
design for the first leg of the throughway is NOW ONLY soon
being done by Wellman-Lord Engineering. The same
holds true for Warren Cason, District One road HUGE 14 CU. FT.
board member, of Tampa.
FROST FREEREFRIGERATORFREEZER
Certainly, the board of county commissionershave a $26880
given the municipality great assistance in plac-
ing the throughway second on their priority list of V 2 DOOR NOW ONLY I1T1IR
primary road requests, and in assuring the SRD that
the county was ready to begin right-of-way acquisi-
MAMMOTH 15 ft.
tion when the word comes from Tallahassee. cut $ 80IT
Rep. Lawton M. Chiles Jr. has been working on FROST FREE 328
the north-south project and no little assistance has
BOTTOM FREEZER MODEL 1
come from Hector Johnson, the SRD's district engi- TMs
neer at Bartow. Then, there are W. V. (Benny) Fen- NOW ONLY rn
ton, the perennial chairman of the Greater Lakeland
Chamber of Commerce's streets and highways com- All HOTPOINT IIFIIiHATOIfPIICID
mittee, former Mayors Morris Pritchard and W. H. WITH OUAUFIID TIADLIM SALE "'
Loftin, and Mayor Harold Grizzard. Of course, thereare BIG 3-DAY
many others. 23" DELUXE CONSOLE -
City Hallways recalls the night back in the 1940s
ALL WALNUT CABINET $17995 T.
when the late C. V. McClurg and V. P. Selph ap- z
peared at a commission meeting to request an in- NOW ONLY ': '
crease and extension of the utility tax to finance the sooe '
right-of-way purchase for what is now Memorial
Boulevard. nil CUSTOM DELUXE l' 1
'
Having been a first-hand observer of what Memorial 2. SPEAKERS AND $19995
Boulevard has meant to the development of Cbl". .* M4.n M Inly A...U ICAUNETS
__
NOW ONLY _
the municipality, we believe we can look ahead some I mt
10 or 15 years and visualize what the north-south e e.r fe
throughway will do to change the face of this ever- WAY COMBINATION 23"TYSTEREOIHON06RAPH

changing The real city. significance of the arterial highwaywill AM I'M RADIO-IT'S' THE .$28995 rAN
have to wait for the passing of time, IEST-NOW ONLY rs '
fur"
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Tree-For-Tree Plan Suggested All prlat VHF.UHF .Iltta,, Ii.b.r ALL CUITIS NATHII 'IICID WitH TIADI

Youkey this past week suggested to Joker Mar- SHOP
chant, the director of parks and recreation: 8:30-5:20:

iD the"Every"time you remove a tree, plant a new one FRIDAY NO MONEY DOWN .. .low .. ONLY $125 Per Wk.

City Railways believes the city manager should I 8:30-9 P.M.
have suggested two new trees.
If the Lakeland of the past 10 or 15 years U to
face any indictment at some future date, it will be LAKELAND HOME APPLIANCE
on a charge of negligence in the planting of trees \
'
for future Storms generations.have felled. some of the huge oaks andtaU I : 228 S. FLORIDA AYE. Finest Service Anywhere

palms. Progress has bulldozed its way through
hundreds of other trees. And there's old-age and
death even in the world of trees.
The Lakeland of 25 or even 50 years in the future
will only be as beautiful as the trees which we

plant today and every day. '. '.
I.LAKELAND



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As !Advisor Names On Canners'Trade Head TalksJOYNER'S 1 I- Youth Fair Thursday Features Steer Sale 1|




BARTOW-The annual Polk The highlight of the year for and exhibits ranging from arts night, from T:30 to 10 o'clock, grooming; woodwork grafts,
LAKE WALES President President Johnson said, livestock and said McCown. Col. Bob Cooper and Judging! of aheep.
pose County Youth Fair will be held I boys and girls in ..Ii, Future and crafts through ,
JOTTINGS Lyndon B. Johnson has appointed -: "will be to advise and assist my Thursday and Friday at the I Farmers of America and Future horticulture. 'of Belle Glade will be the auctioneer In the afternoon, from 1:30to
Marvin H Walker of special representative for trade County Agricultural Center here, Homemakers of America activities The highlight of the two-day Of the animals, which 4:30, beef catttot beef showmanship -

Lake Wales as a member of a negotiations, Governor Christian announced Jack T. McCown,, all over the county, the event again will be the Fat Steer must grade U.S. "Good" or better and grooming contests
Good Morning! With the warm Public Advisory Committee for A. Herter In preparing for and Polk County Agricultural Agent Youth Fair will feature contests Sale, to climax the Fair Friday will be spotlighted. The evening,
(0 steers will from 7:30: to I:30, will feature
I Approximately
weather and the wonderful Trade Negotiations to work with carrying out the forthcoming .
be on sate this year, McCown a fashion show put on by the
his administration on foreign negotiations under the Trade I.
bright It Is time
sun on us again ssld. girls and auctioning of cakes
trade Expansion Act of 1962.
to think of screens We, at the problems.Walker The Fair will be preluded" on by Cooper.

Joyner Lumber Company, have Is general manager of Lineup Of Ag Leaders Tuesday and Wednesday by The horsemanship contest will

the newest and Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative Agricultural members of the / : judging of clothing, arts and be held Friday morning from I
i one of the state's larg- committee, besides Walker, include Agr/iCtult13/JrB crafts, textiles, furnishings and o'clock to noon Also on Fri
finest of screen est citrus and Is also
processors Charles Shuman Chicago, other articles. day morning, poultry, rabbits
I products, the president of the National Council president of the American Farm On Thursday, from 10 o'clockto and hogs will be Judged from

fabulous KaiserAluminum of Farmer Cooperatives, Bureau Federation; James Pat- noon Judges will rate foods 8:30 to 11:30.: The afternoon,

( Washington, one of the nation's ton, Denver, president of the flowers and modeling in the from 3 to S, will be devoted to
four major farm organization 1 girls' division; beekeeping ornamentals the 4-H and FFA beef and dairy
Shade Screening National Farmers Union; Her- J.D LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. March 15, 1M4Valencia
This slanted Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. Gainesville schel News 0 n, Washington vegetables and citrusIn Judging contests.
the boys' division dairy The Youth Fair will end
president of the Uni master of the National ; with
grand
j! gives louvre you screen five- versify of Florida and Its for- Grange and Roy Lucks San Promotion Set cattle, dairy showmanship and the steer sale Friday evening.

I way protection, mer provost for agriculture, Francisco, chairman of the
not just the one- also was apolnted to the same board of California Packing
committee. He will be one of and of the '
To.. Jo,...", Jway protection of educational Corporation president
that ordinary insect the representatives National Canners Association.The As Biggest Since 62 Y
he Is also
though
screens provide. Besides groups trade negotiations involve THE CITRUS
an agricultural economist and the United Nations Conferenceon

providing Kaiser louvre insect screening protection keeps, understands Florida citrus prob-- Trade and Development, The biggest promotion of Bill Cullen, u master of cere-

rooms shaded and cool lems. starting at Geneva, Switzer Florida fresh oranges since the monies for another daytime
your by
The 36 members of the com land, March 23, in which under- 1962 freeze has been scheduledfor CIRCUIT
actually blocking the sun rays television show, "The Price Is
mittee will represent Industry developed nations are seeking x April 1 to H by the Florida -'
out of
them your from home reflecting windows finance, agriculture, labor education special trade concessions, and Citrus Commission. Right," will present commer- By DAVE PRATT
away your and consumers. Its round of cials for Florida fresh
With pur- the so-called Kennedy Object of the special promotion oranges
your room shaded no heat In telecasts of March 27 and Ledger Staff Writer
can be generated by direct tariff-cutting talks to open Is a vintage crop of Valencia during
4 under the 30 and April > and 13.
Geneva on May ,
which will be reachIng -
beamed sun thereby cutting -', oranges
up to ten rays degrees off the LET US REPLACE .1 General Agreement of Tariffs t peak quality during that The March 14 and April 11 Now It's 'Showcase'

temperature of your rooms. If YOUR BROKEN and Trade, to which most large time said Homer E. Hooks, Issues of Saturday Evening

you have air conditioning shade AUTO GLASS I Western.bloc nations are parties Commission general] manager. Post magazine will carry four- TilE FINAL DAY YESTERDAY of the annual

screening will cause your unit to "We Intend to utilize every color fresh orange advertisements Winter Haven event marks the end of the Florida
operate more efficiently and I The President can reduce promotional Idea at our dieposal which will help In the Citrus Exposition.Next .

therefore at less cost. The modern "GLASS, U. S import duties up to 50 per to Increase demand for promotion. In addition the year it will be known as the Florida Cit-
AUTO 'cent under the Trade Extension Commission plans to purchase
fine Valencia
his unusually
product reduces sun-fadinj rus Showcase, announced Robert J. Eastman
,
general -
of fabrics, thereby protecting s :Act of 1962, and the administration crop" he said. "This will in- two-color advertisements duringthe of the citrus
manager gala festival.
has listed citrus fruit and first weeks of April In leadIng -
your fine draperies, rugs and I volve the use of the Commls- "It's all a matter of semantics.
the many products covering the
upholstery. This protection is oroducts among sion's 60-man merchandising newspapers "
It is willing to negotiate at nation's principal fresh orange Words such as "Exposition "museum" -
worth the price of the screens Jerry Clayton field staff several thousand
conferences starting the Florida Citrus Museumis
alone. These screens reduce the GAIT pieces of display m.terlaand markets.
glare, allowing only soft dif- fAll In Geneva in May. several million messages to con 13 Million Homes going to be redesignated, too-"be-
"
fused light to enter your home.' No Special Interests Bartow 4H'erWins sumers through television commercials "long to the 1890's, said Eastman.
Another of the five big advan- and magazine: and The coverage through merchandising "What we have here is not a mu-

tages of shade screening Is thatit The Florida Citrus Commission Place On rewspaper advertisements." and advertising seum; it's an educational story for
Mutual, a
and Florida Citrus should be thorough Hooks said, and old alike."
increases
daytime privacyit young
Washington hearings, Set Commercials television
that commercials
at recent pointing out
blocks outsiders view in, at This concern with modernizationand
the same time permits you to strongly objected to any reductions Judging Team By way of setting the stage alone should reach an the contemporaneity of terms Is
in U. S. citrus import_ estimated 13,500,000 homes.
see out. There are many other .Initallatlon made byMr for the promotion commercialswill natural in
workmen. Complete 'utles, contending the entry of Hooks said that a prize and a hard-working man who
advantages, this screen will not > : be seen on "Queen For aDay"
BARTOW
Jerry Clayton, PRATI'anticipates with
stock of cheaply-produced citrus be quiet satisfaction,
factory patternsfar more premium would
rust bleed, the sides of television shows, which program
or so of Mr and Mrs. W D.
ell makes of con.W from other countries In our domestic son conducted for retail store and the whole new shift of what has been
the
your home will not be marred. were taped this week at
of has
Clayton Bartow. won a
They improve the appearanceof terry In itock fait' markets would greatly trip to Chicago as a memberof Florida Citrus Exposition for supervisory personnel with known as Florida Citrus Exposition to new quarters.
channel moral lower future Florida citrus crop the basis of
your home, never neid ruitnon the 4H Livestock Judging telecast next week over ABC'snationwide awards planned on *
channels and :
painting and last much longer raulatori. and grove values. Team which will represent Flor- network. These special outstanding displays and upon

Come Into the Joyner Lumber Eitimotoi gladly furnished I In his telegram to Walker, ida at the International Livestock spot commercials will be sales Increases. YET TO BE BUILT on a new 16-acre site on

Company at 601 West Lemon without obligation. the President said "I should add Show' which starts Nov. ''aeen during the Monday Wed- The Florida Fresh Citrus Avenue R, S.W., which was donated by the city of

Street and see these new that all members of the committee 27, announced Robert L Hall, nesday and Friday performances Shippers Association is cooperating Winter Haven is a new multipurpose building

screens We have them on the CENTRALGLASS will serve rather In their than individual as- Assistant Polk County Agricultural of the popular daytime in this promotion of which will be big enough to house all the exhibitsof

sunny side of our building. You capacities of their special Agent. show, Hooks said. i Valencia oranges Hooks said. future Florida Citrus Showcases as well as act

can see .for yourselves the advantages. & MIRROR CO. representatives field of Interest. Clayton was third in a fieldof as the site of such populous events as the annual

i I' more than J8 competitors in Tariff-Hit growers meeting of Florida Citrus Mutual. Pro-
See next week. 302 N. Ingraham Aye Lemon Industry
you The science of osteopathy the finals of the Florida 4H IT viding all the room, says Eastman, will be a new

TOM.Adv..| Tsl. MU 6.6169 was founded by Dr. Andrew Livestock Judging Contest at the auditorium with "half again the seating capacity"of

Taylor Still of Missouri _I University of Florida, Gaines- To Citrus the presently-used Nora Mayo Hall.
Cited As
vllle, accumulating 588 Warning
----- -- points. The new building will be a circularshapedstructure

Phillip A. Fields of Bushnell with an orange-colored dome which will

DRIVE RIGHT IN FREE PARKING FREE was first.place winner followed Herman F, Steele assistant $40 million In the 1952.53 season be 170 feet in diameter. Nearby will be two smaller -

ASK ABOUT DELIVERY by William E. Buchanan. general manager of Florida Citrus to $20 million for each of the buildings of the same kind of design on a lot

The other team member is Mutual, said the Florida cltmi last four years. that will provide parking accommodations for 2,500(
AND SAVE David C. Koger of Alachua Industry might well share An analysis of the situation by

RUBER01D fourth-place competitor. Each. the Mine fat that befell thec.nfornla.ArizOlll Steele reveals that lemon exports cars.The structure will be completed in time for

ASPHAlt of the youths will receive ..H ; lemon Indusry from Italy have so crowded the 1965 Florida Citrus Exposition er, Showcase

SHINGLES Jackets for placing on the team If a threatened move to cut the) C liforni -Ariion producers ,- next March, Eastman will be paid for by

fight Bulbs import tariffs on foreign citrus that for the four seasons a $25,000( grant from the Florida Department of Agriculture (
I 6"p. CITY OF DARKNESSThe into the U.S. is enacted. between 1958 and 1963 Income
., Squ... coming a $23,000 grant from Winter Haven anda
pp Not. Mi. Creed c..., 100 .... k. city of Hammerfest on Halves Crop Value I per acre, before Interest on In- $115,000 loan from Winter Haven banks. i
235 Ibt. ... the Norwegian' island of vestment and depreciation on
Mr Fin-
., The present building which was built In 1949
.. ,
waist I : .
or
17"
,,"uo'o' tot a mark, is one of the northernmost The gradual whittling awayof ; trees, was less than out-of
the
Florida of
eo.Av Agriculture for the
i.M by Department
vp 25' = towns In the world, and one: tariff protection for the Cal- pocket production costs.
1mt.u.b.e.60W.75WIOOW
(. II.t. < ifornia-Arizona lemon crop has Exposition will be returned to the Department said
of darkest.
the It has no sun atall This compares with an Income
IS AND JO LI. FELT 'B9Rell from November 18 to Jan- resulted in a decrease In the on per acre of 1235 above production Eastman. The present Museum will be convertedinto

uary 23.Nest tree farm value of the crop from costs for the five year per a plant inspection division, he said.
In return for the 16 of land Winter Havenis
COME IN OR WRITE iod ending with the 1953-54 sea acres

FOR FREE CATALOG COCOA BRUSH $ 169V of the hummingbird Is Livestock son. donating for the new quarters, the city will be

DOOR MATS-16"x27" about as big as half a walnut Steele said that since the establishment given the four small buildings Orange Grape

and holds two eggs.___ _II of duty rates in the fruit, Tangerine, Fresh Fruit Halls which con

Sales DownA Tariff Act of 1930, tariffs on concentrated tained the main Exposition exhibits. They are ex-

lp Mahogan FLUSH DOORS ':5} :';". REDWOOD SHUTTERS lemon juice Imports pected to be converted into needed office space for
state and federal offices attached to the
county
: .i. total of 390 cattle and calves from Italy have been slashed
INTERIOR1'6"x6'S"x Omamoiital. $hutt.rt t. dress 'were sold Tuesday in Cattlemen's from 70 cents per gallon to 35 Winter Haven administration.
Y i if your homo are no longer aIessry. cents while tariffs on unconcen-
1 l/e" . .3.79 Wo Mil a Pair .f genuine Livestock Market here, have been *
'tt "1'/8" x 6'/8" x HI" . ..... Redwood blinds, 40 Incheo 'compared to 488 a week ago, trated lemon Juice
2'/0" x 6'/S" X 1 II/s" . ..4.20i lout. for S6JO A Pair .f 12 reported Harold Howze of FlorIda cut from 70 cents to 20 cents. TilE FLORIDA CITRUS EXPOSITION goes

i 2'/4" x 6'/S" x 1 13/9" . 4.89 3 Inch far |just $7.90. 'I State Marketing Bureau. I Italy Would Benefit back to the annual Winter Haven Orange Festival

2'/6" x 6'IS" X 13/ .4.89 METAL PORCH COLUMNS Prices of slaughter steer held "Under' the Trade ExpansionAct which was started in 1924. Four years later the

2/8? x 6'IS" x 1 I" .5.10 1 mostly steady, .except calves, of 1962," said Steele, "andin Winter Haven festival was renamed the Florida Orange
4
3'10" x 6'/S" x 1 13/s" . .5.65 VINYL Nov Doilon Wrought Iron which were steady to 50 centshigher. :keeping with the Indicated Festival to take in the entire state's growing
ASBESTOS Pats, Sin lo Peel $7.95, Cones i Stacker steers and foreign policy of the United citrus industry.

EXTERIOR Ihno$125.with De not confute I calves held steady; heifers were States government, It Is now proposed Years passed and by 1946 the Florida Orange

2'/6" x 6'/S" x 1 W' . .6.75 FLOOR cheep coit Ironpotti. i scarce and cows, 50 cents to II to make further reductions Festival succumbed to the wishes of grapefruit

$3 2'IS" x 6'/S" x I I3 . .6.95 TILE MOBIIASTIC/ higher. I or to eliminate completelyall growers who felt they were being discriminated

4 ;;.,,, 3'10" x 6'/8" x 1 '14" . .7.49 Standard and good slaughter, Import duties on lemon prod against and became the Florida Citrus Exposition.As .
90 The roof tf.otm.nt that I steers, $1773 to $2025 utility' ucts." In Steele's opinion, Italy proud as the town justifiably is in the show,

_.a. really .I.," Lake end leaves 1350 to $17.75; standard and., which raises 30 per cent ol Eastman warns against any feeling of proprietorship. -
you C hoot rtfloctint finiih. good heifers, $1725 to $20; utility ., the world lemon crop comparedto .

6' . 1,35 only Uto on$1.10 any p.roof.. edit U...fives It's cows, $14 50 to $13.60, cutter' the 40 per cent produced by "It is not a Winter Haven show, it is a citrus
1 $12.25 to $14.50, canner, $10 to the United States "- would be "
i' industry show he stressed. do is
. 1.59 "Anything we
,$12 cutter and bulls 115 .
i PEE-GEE LIBRARYOF ; utility the sole beneficiary.He
8 . ( to stimulate interest in the 27 major citrusproducing
1.82
Patented feature prevent leaks It : COLORS to $18 25. also noted that Italy has counties of Florida."
side 9. 2.04 I Good calves $20 to $2425, .
of
laps Exclusive tension curve adhered to a policy complete "The Exposition" he said, "serves to educate the
makes every sheet fit 10' . 2.27 Often over one thouione1Decorator standard $18.50 to $22 utility embargo of Imports on all
inugly
k againstrsef public in the vast citrus industry and at the same
Colon i in both Inside $1 .V> to $1950; standard and U. S.
such from the
dscking. Priest shown for 26" II' . 2.50 and eutildo oalntt. Mined while 1 good[ vealers $22 to $25.75, utility products 1 time to sell citrus by calling it to the attention of

wide sheets 12' . 2.72oea.e you wait and. wo con duplicate $17 to $22 50; common feed- Moreover Italian Influence In new markets."
the .. color the European Common Market
.ct ol any lots .
er-stocker steers, $16 to $17; Inferior '
dale. You will apprechio thiitervlca. I has been used to establish non- *
and common heifers,
tariff barriers which serve to
owia GARAGE $15 50 to $17.73.Common I give Italy a most.favored.nation BY FAR TilE BIGGEST ATTRACTION this
DOORSPanels EAST SIDE cows, $15 to $16 W, "Queen For A the
position In selling within the year was Day, popular, give
inferior medium
$1071 to $1290 -
; economic complex. away television show that has packed audiences into
mode of LUMBER CO.One and good heavy calves,' European
Hurt-Proof Steel' Mile East Of $117.25 to $23 50, common $15 to Steele said that for all prac- Nora Mayo Hall.
FIR Electrolytic Zinc Coaled Process by Lute Plane On Hlwoy 92 I SI1.75. medium and good light, tical purposes the great American "It's the best show we've ever had down here,"

PLYWOOD Fortoty pointed Phone MU 2-4(51 $2175 to $27.50, common, $18 to lemon Industry Involvingmore Eastman said. "Anything I ask them to do, they're
i
"
-Dove Gray, TwoCoots. I $22.25, Inferior $1250 to $1750 than 3.000 growers has tickled to death to do.
been severely- crippled. He Eastman estimated the television audience for
Site Interior Exterior !warned that a similar threat "Queen For A Day" as six to eight million a day -
t/ex4x8 2.92 3.20mx4x8 Size: READY WILLING faces the Florida citrus grower that
3.91 4.35 8Y7' 39.98 ANDEGER- an audience will absorb Florida citrus along
with the entertainment of
watching girls
/xx4x8 5.12 9'x7' 44.95 I pretty
5.56 . .
model the latest in feminine fashions and then give
Chemist Honored
s/ax4a8 5.82 6.34 16'x7 . 93.95
/4 x 4 x 8 6.77 7.34 them-way to gleeful winners
1 I LAKE ALFRED Dr. CarlA. With nationwide screening of the telecasts

MOBILE Mere end Mot Anderson, assistant soils scheduled starting this week, the "Queen For A

UfKltj! litorlor Mawnry Folk Are Discovering I chemist at the Citrus Experiment Day" show from Winter Haven will reach 132 stations -

I SHOP This Quality Paint Station here, is the recIpient throughout the country covering all SO(

7s30 A.M. PAINT 1/ ItEADY of a blue ribbon award by states including Alaska and Hawaii, eventually.

I I at 73 OFF With quality Mock, e.etlfied by 1 'the Soil Science Society of Tapes of the show will be seen abroad by enthusiastic -
,,10 '.M. I
Skill.! Ttttini America.
Laboratory eel audiences in West France Holland
Germany ,
,
t ,
DAILY ma. HIT pnieisA approved .y Underwriter Laboratory. I Anderson was honored for the
England and Spain.
SATURDAYS 6' FOLDING RULE P eh Our Price ,excellence of a research paper .
stat 4 "Over a year's span, 'Queen For A Day' will be
'TIL I WILLING he presented at the annual
4 '.M. A... ltet.11 $169 $6.00379 'meeting of Division S-2. Soil: seen by upwards of 50 million people," Eastman
1.25 Q I. T. give you foot Mnenelrsed t" said.
s tonka. ..p......, ..,.1,.. ___ ,Chemistry, In Denver on Nov
18. The was entitled
YOU ALWAYS SAVE MORI AT YOUR FRIENDLY EGER f "Quantitative paper ChromatographicSeparation
Fire Damages Small Building
To thaw pee why oar blocks IGH HOCKS COST 1 of Total Organic
have ..... liar Polk Coanry'i NO MORI THAN" Phosphorous from Soil Ex
h,|..florUa's Float ORDINARY HOCKS I tracts." Fin extensively damaged a damage was available. Williamson -
SUPPLY Inc.
HOME BUILDERS I Anderson has been with the small building at 1423 Powhaten said the building was Ignitedby

Citrus Experiment Station since last night. The building which a trash fire.

1M Concrete CO. ;October 19<2.I had been used as an apartment

1508 NEW TAMPA HWY. LAKELAND MU 2.2221 or MU 6-7952 I INC.Auburnda : ( at one time was being used to I Jake D. Gumper of Fort
I poises bred on store furniture In. Wayne Ind. is said to have

Other Stores o &. City' St. Pete Soroi.to Irodonte* aace.Orland.. the Shetland Islands off Scotland Chief I. U Williamson said the bought the first gasoline pump
,., ,. .... Florida Ph. WOodlawn
$ ? | Ivitii leotburt *, Ml75 but the mam 'Industry Is building was "pretty well gut-[manufactured In the U.s. in

,fishing. ted" but no estimate of the 18M.lBJ .


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IN THE MILITARY SERVICE I distrust describe, that the veil surrounds of secrecy the SovIet and- ADVERTISING CLASSIFIED ANNOUNCEMENTS ,:* BUSINESS SERVICE


Union and Its satalllt, was 7 Treniportotlensoi 36 lawnmewin A Sanrka

lint used by Winston ChurchillIn RATES

In 1946 PAMsnoma to bOo JlRPAIU opt .n maul .lamnmow'"a
a speech
LAKELANDPvt. to New London Conn, to attend cruise he will have an oppor- port Squadron at Anderson AFB, IMj Ft. T D* nile car .,_"., .....In. fir u. seas ..01.. P1w entl.enlI .
;J Minimum II wordaO around Mar lit MU a- .. Oabla Auto
IllInoIS
submarine school. He will tunity to visit San Juan Puerto Guam as an aircraft propeller t.aOAL AO"I"T'UMINT Minimum Chsr-e-I.OS 1710 ,ntrlo.sarPpalr Wl Nina Plarld A...

Emmett R. Canker Jr.. then report to one of the Navy's Rico and Guantanamo Bay, repairmai) The airman's wife NOTICI of SMSOjirrs SALS Wordi Dart 0... !tie DanCLASSIFIED Pliant m IIIOI.r .

Ion of MM. Lorene S. Caraker, Polaris Submarines for duty Cuba. Hia unit will return to Is the former Elisabeth C. Kent L'nder and by vlrtua of a TH*. IS' SiOUts BUILDING TRADES

IMS E. Mitchell St., Lakeland Bernard L. Tobias Jr., aviation its homebase of Camp Lejeune, of 1309 Line St., Plant City. rM IMIar Warrant fit. .... of',,the"od Claim out of Court and l't': VIJ IHO II 37 r Mottnil RinevatlnfATTKEM

completed advanced training MNikeHercules ordnanceman airman apprentice -NC., In early April. Army Pvt. David C. Dcr son of,,ndar PoHc data County of ,Fabruary Stata of 07.Florida IDI4wrwraln ,, Z : j n n US f.& fl ft 14 Building, CorptnltrlnjROOFTHO ErlOVTIN9 1-

a missile crew USN son of Mr. and Airman RATS Out semi,. Ace MattreM Corn-
Second Class Stanley of Mr. and Mrs Bill J. Der. DONALD U rHOSBY I, SFACB WINDOW, alunlBuaidim
man at' the Army Air Defense Mn. Bernard L. Tobiaa of 1021 D. Griffin son of Mr. and Mrs Route 4 Plant plaintiff and AL.VOTD HTRIOKAND U n per wluna lack ,,, ,... _.-.. altora.Wno ....,. Phon MO _.
City completedan It dafcndant, I ha\a le\ld I CLAAKinRD DISPLAY RAT .
South Suwannee Ave. U Bantlu la par asEaaWMUBl
School Fort Bliss Tex, Feb. Lakeland John R. Griftia of Kathleen has automotive maintenance upon and will offar for ..... and 12 JO per Mluno Inch Caaipaar IniuradhoBO 49 Walls '...ps

28. Caraker entered the Army is serving aboard the attack graduated from the Tactical Air helper course under the Reserve wll to tha biases and boat bldd.rII.utolt' Contract Rib Opon Requeel .. MU S-1SU. A. an. ...rIBB .
aircraft carrier USS for at the front door of .. MO -iow P Saa*.
and received
Ranger
last September Command missile school at Orlando kI'.un' loft UONTOOMIHT Ward drill
Enlistment
Program Feb. 27 at at Bartow, P WANT AD DEADLINE
BLOCK and brltork '
ARPIwrm.
basic training at Fort Gordon. operating out of Alameda Calif. Fla. Airman Griffin ", Florida. on tha tth dv O S ounmeiti.4 habit four watertnleai
AFB Fort J Jackson S. C. During the WORD ADS AND PACT AIM 'i. norlda roonu ,rrta ailiIBIOI Dp t* :M aioBtbi W Par
Ga. The 18-year-old soldier] is Ranger. an 80,000-ton floating 21 missile nf April IMl tha paws balnr aeal 4 JO t m. dot kffor r>iilllea- I .. MO -lMO, hoot MU 1-1103.
a guidance mechanic -
Der ,
course received Instructionin
Mlna t 10 which
Is lay at p m Cite (....., Sundep paper
of
a 1963 gradual of Lakeland airstrip capable launching received specialized the field and depot maintenance -I 10 '-i warn tha tresS ala Swum 01ntcro O adt n mt lie Ia eon .,r... .ba>
jet and propeller driven attack o'clock A. M. and two .. ,
High School. training a member of a combat tens 430 0 Prill. ) EMPLOYMENT
of wheeled vehicles. The
5ilock P M. of pall day. the fol- ..
Army Specialist 4 Harold S. aircraft from her more than crew which will be deployedto 18-year-old soldier] completedbasic towing dapcrlhad proparty of nt'odo1nodsnt ___ 11 00 CLASSiFIes a m. dar More DISPLAY public. ONESTOPSERVICE

Day Airman 3C Lynn E. Day two-acre flight deck. a tactical missile wing In training at Fort Jackson. ALVOTD TRIPK UOB (...'''' 'undo,'. paper 52 Help Wanted
.AND>, to Batlafy Bald aiacutlonand .
be In ma Prior
tdt .uo' our
and Airman IC Laylon B. Day, Marine Private Eddie B. Williams -Germany to man and maintainthe He [Is a 1963 graduate of Turkey roata to-wlt: .befara II W MOII). FREE ESTIMATES

all sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lay- son of Mr and Mrs Mace missile. The airmanIs Creek High School. CombInatIon Radio-TV-Phono- All Mil mail pa I. int Lad_ ANTKD CHRISTIAN aouplo Bl

Ion K. Day of 2040 Elliott St.. Samuel L. Williams of 110 North a graduate of Kathleen High Army Specialist Four Huey F. SWh chalra, viol(I)., stand and taht Hvlns1.. room(t), OftlM, lop Mara publication sits s Ia., MOB IMurda Remodeling pica partiaut timeohu for nb_tarotakir.IoN. Call. Proo CT

Lakeland are icrving In the Dakota Ave., Lakeland completed School. 24 cnn' dInIng room.r.'abto* Ichalra dw.. ,.po.. Florida Rooms J.77MAAA
Etherldge Ion of Barney E. I.. '
armed services. four weeks of Individual The Udter will lot k* r*. Additions Repair
Marine Sergeant John W. El- Klartrl Moo, an alwtrlawpmricr
Etheridge, Route J, Plant City tponilblt for aior. thai OM
'A fourth Ion. Kenneth George Second combat training Feb. 21 at the ston Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. participated In Exercise MARNE *ra. amall, I bnta tnhla, ehitit draaaar.MOVRUK ef .draw. Incorrect ......11oo.. Storage Space City EmploymentMALE

Day. finished his duty with the Infantry Training Regiment -Jack Elston of Route 2, Lake RAM, a field training exercise BRANNRV!: THE LAKELAND LEDGER Roofing

Army Military Police and two Marine Corps Base land graduated Feb. 20 from In Southern Germany which Rharlfl of Polk Oonntv, FlnrldiBT TELEPHONE :
: KARU: W XIVCLAIRB
daughters, Mrs. Florence M. Camp Pendleton Calif. While Advanced Aviation Ordnance- ended Feb. 12. Specialist Eth- eel., Civil ItapiityNOTICt MU6-1151 BANK RATE FINANCING TV npalraanDUiol ntMhanlaAccounting

Warncke and Mrs. Irena C. with the regiment all new marines man School at the Naval Air eridge, overseas since August 1-sos. In ...... auto .....

Warnckt, recently completed are trained In tactical and Technical Training Center, 1962 Is a mechanic In the 66th Of SHtRIFF'B eta McGinnes Lumber Co. Meal toohnlilaB blur inporlraoa.Lak PMdlcalOrwarr .

duty with the WACS. combat skills needed for battle Jacksonville1. lie studied advanced Ordnance Battalion's 537th Ordnance ITndar and by vlrtut of anrntlon .... ANNOUNCEMENTS C,,... WlBtar iI....
Emphasis was placed on the lamed out of and undor -0 AsIa MMhula.Caokl. .
Airman Lynn Day is serving small unit tactics the four- techniques of handling Company near Schweln-I ha snot of tha Clalmi Court ol 600 West Main MU 8-314 anoral.ra ,
with the Air Force at Davis aviation ordnance Its markingsand fun, Germany. Ha entered the Polk Cnuntr, Slata of Horldaindor I In Msmerlamt akaniir.UAItTOTHmS.
man fire team and the 13-man t.. data at ,
rabruary I
Monthan AFB In Tucson Ariz the maintenance of weapon Army In January 1962 and com M4, whcraln Polk, Ixian Corpora
.
squad. I. 11< but Vwlni memory of mMr
His brother Harold Day. Is' systems aboard aircraft car- pleted basic training at Fort Inn la plaintiff' and Kobort I*! <( d htubaad, Bd>Br4 D. Knap*.

serving with the 13th Infantry Mkhael A. Matthews aviation [ rlers and aircraft Jackson, S. C. Etheridge at- ohnaon la tfafanflant. I bava lavad .no puna swap a ,tart ota 17 txtefMlnatbg FEMALE:
upon and will offar for pain ereb II IMl usa, deal alark ralMBMSwrotarr .
in Baumholder Germany and structural mechanic first Marina Lance Corporal Ell N. tended Plant City High School aol Mil to she hlataat and baai There.t an epoa a.M 15 th. hoarr .Mparlaae
class, USN ton of Mrs. Ruth and blddor f orcao h at lb. front door oad at the road Sops wiar dipt. .....
of Mr. and was employed the Her-
stationed with Knlghton son Mrs by ,,
la 1Floww
Laylon Day e ths CotirO at portow, Thra which taeh ..,.1 to lion, TERMITESARE Belts lad'. appanl.radlt .
the Strategic Air Command in Matthews of SIS West Oak E. W. Knlghton 2660 Mlneola[ man Sausage Co. In Tampa before Pull fount norlda, on tha Ith J And Ultra la a Ittht we ......ot airr Drive day of April, ISM. (Its bo- Lab tacknlolan mMlleal.nookknpar. .
Lakeland reported Feb aama -
Drive and Marine Lance Corporal entering the SWARMINGCALL
Oxford. England. ; Army. inn a Iriral sate a day, at 1'10 p m.. Our Father 01.,... hla awn, t... ofllea.ouMkaipor .
IS for duty at the Naval Air Johnnie H. Harris son of Army PFC Peter Pollock 19 which I la batwaan. tha l tail pair orond Kit .... air toned met IIVO-IB.
Technical Training Center h..llr. nf .I..n _' A and find happlaw and nit US- I w..,...., cue >1.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie H. Harris of e
son Mrs. Stella Moran 407 two o'clock p. M of aiM day. the. And there l> comfort. la the sic nut, anr 81.
Memphis Tenn. The center a 1503 North Anderson Ave. N. thoutht Met a mint DodO IDA aSASON IS KlttS, LoS Do
Walters Drive Plant City oiiowlnr d..rlh.d property of thlofonriant < nil 5.ur boma to proTOnt In. MAsT OTKBURm
large schools facility Is the hub and Jerry F. Tanner son of participated in Exercise MARNE Robert. tea Johnaon to tnowt kntUK : lisbon al lOis 115.5,1 anti Prlooaara '
of a vast Naval[ Air iBtlpfy said aiacutlop and cottaFlorid Ix .lnf Wifa. I 4 room. allan, I roon 208 Arcade Bldg.
Training
Mr. and Mrs Frank R. Tanner RAM a field training exercise lo-.It, rTHKL: H. KNAPP 111 00. 5 roomi .Sl' 10. 7 ,

Command where the enlisted Rt. 4, participated with the in Southern Germany which 00. COh..lnt P.n.1 Truck aonu. .,
U.. IIn.n.. #IO"6IOS. ID Personal Nellcii
S .a2000.CALL
personnel of the aviation
field First Marine Aircraft Wing in ended Feb. 12. Pollock overseas #D&SA000astJ.IONROIU 53 Hslp Wanted, FtmaliLADUa

of the Navy receive technical an amphibious exercise called"Oper.tlon since March 1962 Is an BRANPIxPe5h'rlIf nuT. UU. wad toelit tunt anperlln .
training In their specialty. the of Polk Count). bOIL Dill Ill t- 9MlUntelt Whisk Chemical Co.
Backpack" toJ"
on automotive mechanic In the 10' .. Clilbereon Hardware WAITa' trANTJID. ale II
Ronald Eugene Van Winkle coast of Taiwan. i 66th Ordnance Battalion's 537th By: FARTjW. SINCLAIRB!: 751 w.o, "' ....1'1.1 Ioul..ra.WUfRDo .
of Mr. Chief civil DeputyN TRADING STAMPS rbaaied enbonh MU 6-1356 1111" ..
son and Mrs. H. E. Van Ordnance Company ty..U Altaian 107 lardoainaoO. W.N'RD.
near : 101III.1 II. II' Club, 515 SOfIA FlorIda
I Winkle of 1114 W. Sycamore Plant City I IPvt. Schweinfurt Germany. He was THti CIRCUIT COURT OF THE A..nll..
St Lakeland LOIS UP Corer hop, 201ChMUmt
re-enlisted in the
graduated from Plant City High TENThS JUDIC'AL. CI"CUIT 01' Road I6-807I. Bra- EARN a man lIM IB'ma
HAROLD LYNN U.S. Navy 4 March 1964. Van Richard E. Klghtlinger, School in 1961 and entered the FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK rlH. "", .pr..d., ills a..iriuiuian 21 Reefing and solon ploataat workaondltloni -

Winkle was a graduate of Lakeland son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R.' COUNTY.. IN CHANCIBV turtaini. iwm, tortret .. us at 5'. .aaiaa.lir. tine Pull
Pvt.: Loren L. Cloud Army In September of that C. N. 1220 Dooktt SI rod and installation. HUB ROOFING DIPINDABLB. WOItahlp .seFOIitr Bruin d
Army High School with the class Kightllnger Route 6, Plant Paga Na. IM rtdl of ..moltl to ehor... mom.Iu ... Bair paTminU Mo'Ohinel on part' tinu For furtnir in-
whose wife. Loyce and parents year FBTIFRAT. NA'PIOVAU MORT Lumbir CMpaar. IMam rmationtall (..-.... ...bl
of 1959. He served completed an eight-week l NO boaown. .
on active City GAOffi ASSOCIATION. HR1BT1AN NO R > w. MU 1-3141. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wlshard H. Cloud Special attenUoo .!*.. M
'duty with the Navy from graduation -communications center special Winter HavenArmy PlaIntiff' ins n..... at each p.tl.... MOIIU ALL TTn raldintlal ar oammirclal OMAN WITH shine" aviraiaIn '
live on Route 4. Lakeland was until May 1962. Prior to ist course at the B.'ricCKHAM pouts ....1'" or riplaxMMrCor .. abllltr and pond nifirincoi,
assigned to the 56th Medical JOHN at ..1.1I..nd.nllo, l Rooflnt and Shut Uilal. Oil 3.-... hutt Mhool ducton -
re-enlisting Van Winkle was Army South Specialist Four William AUTO INSURANCE Bad an ae ,.4< wwt Olin. MO sons ., kaiw car noeouarr,
Battalion In Germany Feb. 17 I NOTICt OF eAts cidIsi BO Inturanc'O lllhonUii at Uanllni, lornaada
employed by eastern Signal T. Smith 18 of Mrs rooflat andreptiri mill amount
Montgomery Ion Notlro la hereby. given that W 10 pay Call MU 1-84a. UOOKI ALL moot of lurnlihid Thorouih traln-

Cloud a medical corpsman In Wards of Lakeland. Van Win- School Fort _ Viola Smith 127 Avenue A, innnant to a final d..... of foraliwura OOOY 0 .KKIC. IOJI SenthPinide. F..t titlmttei, rtnanct. LIceBied FNB ohtnt. Intund PI.D, I.ins wiui opportunitr ton ad-.

the battalion's 8th MedicalCompany kle is now in Charleston S. C Gordon Ga., :NE, Winter Haven participated "- entered. In tha abova en- Ooias saC 01 baiam., "Minded M L. Mlrt Roolint an.BhPlI BMmrnt U dnlrad Writ in.autlloa .
_ tilled of pnieU5InC'Inr5
nun In tha Circuit Court atlorBt lot s... Buttoni, eta inS
Karlsruhe entered MU IOMIAU.
near waiting further transfer. March 1. The with other members of the 4th if Pnlk County, Horlda, I will! il. Mltl oduraUon, ...,. t* 1l II.J70. -

the Army In August 1963 Donald Boutwell electronics year-old soldier Armored Division's lInt Infan- "II tha properly .ltu.,. In P.lkC""ntYl Q CUVM IniUDt ,.11., Types roollnt rapalrad' Lamland Lodet.,
KLHOUO ,
..... luirinUodDMion 1C
Florida' 1'.1.' Repairs
deaorlbed .
and completed basic combat technician second class with the entered the try In Its annual training test Lot I of Laka Nhlpp Helghta'itt lor Aithma and Her "..... Freepmonitntlon Roolini CocOa,,. 41911 EXP.Rt.MCID,. U.DAY. Ook_0r..1." Apo.
a Kennel-Die- PIP ID 00,5.
training at Fort Gordon Ga. U. S. Coast Guard son of Mr. Army In July ATT) near New Ulm Ger I'nlt *9, .. shown by Map 0.I'I.t ibulor, It'll North norlda A'.. ....0173. lm Coal Mol. 'U.IOI", .... rHOllallK11CPS1I

The 24-year-old soldier attended and Mrs. R. C. Boutwell Swin 1963 and completed many. Specialist Smith a mediCal Offlca thereof of lbs Clerk recorded of the In (th' .*- III ..., 24 PloitirStucttPLABTERINO .
WANTED M "-
Lakeland High School. dell Road Is home on leave after basic AU .: aldman In Headquarters cult County Court, Florida In ,and In Flat for Book Polk 101..0'1.'. In'uK.I"Dual-tue.Pin r.oo..d 50,55 Ao.IJ .1, I.. .iptritnot htWul.. Fnoni "' 11"Jen.

Malcolm A. Lee, seaman apprentIce completing a tour of duty training at Fort-u ", I Company of the Slat Infantry's 49 Pan 5. bodiieau Rark
USN son of Mrs. Grade -at the Coast Guard station In Gordon, Ga. Ha 1st Battalion In Germany en- ncludlnf; aparlflcallr but not trav >>' anclnt nlittia"od."All,".tree'rrl..wedoee.atthtt ,, Betrdu -. Mlllnii Peas MII.. Aluratloni..,.., Uoinitd.am iditltloni jolt Toln MOMEONS TO live In. Cere MuM lor be

M. Lee of West Parker St., Lybia North Africa After his is a 1963 gradK1huto tered the Army In May 1962. itemS of of equipment limitation lbs followlns din toOl.. Snot Friday >a, MU I-4IH dependable 5, ahlldren and and tlean.bone PhIal Ml

Lakeland la serving aboard the leave he will report to the uata of Lakeland High School completed basic training at Fort Rama.-I lot point *RN In.Ov.nHolp..lnt Ollh", 'PLAIN OB arnaraintal Plaitirn .. -a-aio
and ........ Pitchlnt ln" d
attack aircraft carrier USS Coral -Coast Guard Radio Station In Before entering the Army 'Gordon Ga., and arrived overseas R.frl..r.torR IrlUP itit lot PHIVATB In ,COLLeCTION.,,,..). hnnenoend 01 paintInn "... oillmatn, RinrF U. WIIII. 'uii'4kaur.."k. email minimum laundrfibllllr 4mornlnta .

Sea operating out of Alameda -St. Louis Mo. He Is a 1960 Klghtlinger was employed by the following November. publln Halo, to the hlR-hett and III rllit Hmrt VIne Aids PiUs, .... 'U .0760, sod pendaBlllt not alelepartiai. i
>ant bidder for canh, at ihs Count'Front "' U Mm lor appouwunt u U1J noum Florida.WANT .
the Davis Chemical
Coral Sea Is currently PhosphateMine He attended Winter Haven
Calif. graduate of Kathleen High High boor of the Polk 'ollnly _. : US! LEDGER '

conducting refresher trainingand School.BOLTlWELL. In Bartow. School. &.Vurlhou-a In Hwtnw. Flnrlitbetween I WILL not ko ......n..bl. 10' HOUfTiKKEPUl to Una la
it leG *.n.i. and neO T ; Call lieU lni
: P Mth dnhta ,oS'tntoIOd by aonn. othtlthin CLASSIFIED ADS
In Pvt. Edwin D. DIxon 23
carrier landings son
preparation on Hth dav of March lilt 'I'\I.n. TWO WOMEH with ooimeUct OSii.
for deployment to the of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold A. DavenportRoy 11 i.r':. 'KLOAN JR. -" .11.- Vnnsn U ------Ii. ..r.._. ..... ._........_.... -._.-
F Circuit boortlaitAL bow ...."pl.. ....I... illS'.1up
Far East. During the deployment -J DIxon Route 1, Plant City, ) 5,5115-i enna' III-ino.

aha will c.1.t such ports completed a 12-week combat T. Bowen aIrman USN By T.II.A B. FOtJNTAtNIN .-13 .Ift

M Pearl Harbor Hawaii; Yoko- vehicle fuel and electrical systems -son of Mr. and Mrs. LandrumJ. Jtepu' Clrk IBUSINESS SERVICE

auka, Japan; Hong Kong and course, March 6. under Bowen of Davenport, la serving START II
IN 'VHS CIRCUIT COURT OF Tue .
ports in the Philippine Islands.D. the Reserve Enlistment Pro aboard the attack aircraft TtNTH JUDICIAL I CIRCUIT OF

E. Honey, commlssarymanthird gram I at the Army Ordnance carrier USS Ranger operatingout QOI.INT..tfH FLORIDA, IN CHANOUtT AND POts''' "OL.K c 1 DIRECTORY : a nesr.,i.Moo'Yi0l,

class USN son of Mr. Center Aberdeen ProvIng of Alamtda Calif. Ringer C... No. Mao Oaikat SSHARRT bank Is a a real worry killer

and Mrs Henry C. Poney of \j! Ground Md. Dixon waa trainedin recently visited San Diego, ".D. N.. 54FFO"itIIAf Fog rou fo usi At A QUICK KFHENCI
.
NATfONAL SlOg?
and It's to get
1003 Suwannee Ave., Lakeland. the operation of the Army'snew Calif for the first time since JAUID ASSOCIATt'N. WHEN YOU NEED ITI easy
1961. She will conduct exercises /
multlfuel unit for testing Plaintiff -
Is presently participating in an with the Fleet _..- Write AVON Manager
fuel and In automotive Training Group >- ApplloncH lamp Repairs
pumps A. rOils at ow.
exercise called "OperationSpringboard" BARNARD In Southern California _ _ _
water r.f.nd.nle.NOTICI .
electrical Ha Is now :
while serving systemi. OF SALS FOR PROMPT ....II''. aaratort nifnup.I IAMps IIEPLAClfMaNT .h.... 0. Box 1395
P.
scheduled to complete the remainder -for about a month. Ranger .n waMilm ia I 5aw5 pars. ins .,..1''. 1..1
Marina[ Lance Wesley Notice la
that,
Corporal hereby Ivefl
USS Power =: r:
the destroyer : ...
aboard ,
80,000-ton floating airstrip Incapable itintiant to a final decree of f...... ,... tall c Btudloi itot soutu 0. Areliwnmswir or
of obligationwith
and military ....
of .
in the Caribbean. The oper. E. Barnard ion Mr. of Inaiira entered In tha above en- 8..." Donanlon.nS. ass-alas. MItS,3.
launching and
conducted annually by Mrs. Wade H. Hermits of 521 an Army Reserve unit In jet Hied rauna In tha circuit Courtif E Call 6814137Lakeland
ation, Bonnie Dr. Lakeland la serving -Springfield Ohio. propeller driven attack aircraft Polk County, Florida, I willoil Ant Repair Sink Ripaln
units of the Atlantic Fleet takes from her more than two-acre > th* 0niiot. In Polk
of the favorable Caribbean with the Second Marine Dl Airman First Class Loren L County Florid*. described 0'l PKCIAI. CAB wash II W Wash LAWNMOWER KEPAIHINO, aim.
advantage vision' Unit Slater of Mrs. Lillian R. night deck. Lot .S of 1I..n Homes. Lull and was KM. SH Or... end tool pherptntd, Roy and
weather to conduct sea Expeditionary son o .. .. and dfli- .n ,..,
*l. Winter Haven Florid, a* a.. FrM plrk IIP aiowcrt Ci MM Laaltr \ :
assault landings and flight trainIng First Light Support Platoon Sister of Rt. 4, Plant City has I Haines ebown by Map or Plat thereof 1304 aoutk Florida. Illrji 'U I-IJ40. vsi LEDGER
presently undergoing extensive ,re-enlisted for another fouryeartour City recorded In the Office of th* uu n4l.
operations. Clerk of the circuit Court In OENIRAL Tilts .n lca FrUrn. Moving A Storage ADS
training exercises in the Carib-- of service In the United and for Polk CU5SWED/
Specialist Four John i Charles R. Cook son of Mrs County, Florid, .d .11..nt. 'r",1r buS nan
Army bean. During the combined operational -States Air Force. Airman Slater In Plat Book II, Pa.. IIit .h..1 hl..Ift. II.. end 50,4 ALIoIIID VAIl t.im nor ...., .0'
and Mrs. Bonnie R. Cook
of 116
Moore 23 Ion of Mr. Indiana publicaala, to tha nlg-hett and .. __ .."..... MO 1.11'1. ins mIni,., h..all Wanb.o,. \
James G. Moore. 211 South Dakota __ and _"good will"Fire Is assigned to the 1507th Sap-Ave., Haines City has been teat. bidder for caiih ot th* South C '1 ...oIn... Aiwk MU 54 Help Wanted, Malt
i-ronl Iwor of it'. Polk (
Ave., Lakeland Fla., par promoted to airman second Oourthouea In Rartow, Florida Count. ::I Acts Slat Covers I 5.5515.

with other membersof class In the United States Air between, II :00 AJ.nd tOO PM IPLOYIO MOW Want to HUr ,
ticipated ...
Inspection Survey Oil th* iMtb. dar of March 111 LIND'I AIITO _, Co. co.- PaintingFINISHING .. rourMKf' Riiuma CBP, r. O. I II.
the 4th Armored Division'sSlit Force. Airman Cook an aircraft I>. II. HI/OA.V JR. plota autonoa InlollorL. .IJI .. '12. L.kol.o.
In Its annual electrician Is assigned to Clark Circuit Court O .ail Mala Phtna MO S 7110.BOOKKIKFINa 11.111110 SP5CIAL. Will nuipnbiorl lor 1la
Infantry trim, I. IU. PAY 111 ft WMB
00. .0.1. p.ln In.clUdod.
New Scheduled In LakelandA the 516th SEAL) I ..>. tram owritor for maNe
training test CArl) near Troop Carrier Wing ;By IILA B. FOUNTAIN BookkasplngBuilding ,. two .r 1rpq bndnotm. .n ur>loo StAll,.. Snail Intut.it .

Him Germany Feb. 5. Specialist Dyess AFB Tote The airman Is Deputy Clerk >- hus., eeaonna.P1.0051 lop ISS.. AIM b..b.In. ... ...ulr.... 6. at4raao :---

Moore a mall clerk in fire Inspection survey of other escapa and entrance a graduate of Homes City High IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THI Mrfki Oar or AMD 5,0.1,55 Utoni, Tin faitdepindtblt miaMi. I. szpaataloa tuuir'dcnaisla. :

Headquarters Company of the School. TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .."las. III Cilia painting. Interior. eiterlot. wtrk Iuihd.. all 1011 itt'.
Lakeland buildings expected to routes. FLORIDA FOR .... dibit etn IB Ukiland.lartinf
IN AND FOLK PKona 6U ll>ao ..UBiatit. ....oo.bl. prleeaa '. .
Silt Infantry's 1st Battalion In said he Is COUNTY IN CHANCUSY" par 19100 mr m.i.
He that 'IJ
contactingthe -li3. ,
Itl-JIII. Mr.' Tanmie
take about three to four months .. I'Mase bo aiarrlad and bel lwnn 5.5
Germany. entered the Army In Fort Meade C. N. IM2 Dooktt SI .
..
management and owners of I :,i4endso. Ptoona 109 lor
NO. 100 S _
Peg
basic will be conducted members Picture FrametP10TDP.I .
January 1962 completed by Lakeland buildings to solicit FTOFRAT NATIONAl. MORT.OAGU Inl.r.i.
S.C. Airman Third Class Lloyd C. ASSOCIATION IL > it a R A L comTfiucnoH I. lon.dhits aaoainss let
training at Fort Jackson of the Lakeland Fire Depart- WI HAYS
their cooperation with the fire Custom ablmu I ..
Plaintiff, Roan addltlonl FRAMES Betutl. ,.a 111 ./IIbIU.... a' mi b
and arrived overseas in January -ment starting early this week. department during its Inspection Mouleyof Mr and Mrs _..- Intarlor, a.l..lor : framet and tMuldlnt. Cuium and I..aa th. HOI ol Ik and 4an >.
1963 Ha attended Auburn- ,C. F. Mosley of Fort Meade ii CLINTON D. rARIn at al, Pt.,,is and aMPS OOco."n.1 readr Blade. Oil,., Art Shop. .ho InUmUd In Bialiln up
Fire Chief C. M. Deal said rounds. ..,.
and Slain 2107 Orb .
Rooilnf ,
abut MU JJa04Plum.Jng 10000 ar pius top 5ifiStOsillS
'.nd..t.. II a r
being reassigned to Tyndall .......
dale High School and was employed -the o I.IM. fair wllll Pull Count'. loadChrrilirPl -
survey Is planned to familIarize Deal remarked that at the NOTICE OF SALE
Mann Brother before APR Fla., following his graduation 1190 araiuman Local aon- ,m_ulh d.al.r. ADo
by Kotlca la harihr (Ivan that, j"rn S.ppllsi Ins
the LlwnMd and bonded
fire-fighting force same time that the firemen are Oil In porion to Mr C. C. Him,
of forali
from the technical train- iiirauant tea final dacraa -
entering the Army. with buildings subject to fire. inspecting they will also be determining li..ura .,t.r.d In tha above on.titi. III'.' RaMODSLINO. AWNINOSBtd K. K MOHKla Do-It Vo.r..lf elI Netln FlorIda Atonui.
Herbert L. Murphy Electronics Ha said that the where their waterlines Ing course for United States Air .dna.. In the Circuit' Court ..... paSo non.. Mr..0.,' lumblnt and Electrlcil ,,,,...... TOES aUBanfv n.ip wwiudmlxTi .
Technician Seaman son of survey con- :Force Jet aircraft mechanic at of Polk toiinty Florida, I will .1515 and fiaolna Phona MU Pr.. informitloa and 1.11...",. npirUnnd pnlnndBALtHMANUANAatn .
.
ducted every two or three yean would be received and ,oil tha timpvrtr altuata In PolCounty tltl for Irat' anUBiala tool rental. pipe inC and thratd. C.II UJ.3UO .rl.' 4 5 rn.
Mr. and Mrs. Mary W. Murphy, "helps to locate the most hazardous -where their water trucks wouldbe Amarillo AFB Tex. Airman rlorlda: d crll. d aatIxit o. i od. 14 sn001,1... ...-..1S.
2506 Everett St.. Lakeland. Is Moaley was trained In the maintenance It of Lak. ShipS HHarhta, CencrstuLIONIED ,na-iait LaHeltndPrinting.
areaa of the building placed. and I'nlt #9. .. shows br Mop or arldai'. Wadlnf iwlmmini _Ib.lld.
currently undergoing a 29 week determine and pre-plan firefighting The chief said that one fire Inspection of Jet plat thoroof r..rd.d In It'. CONCEITS aanwaator ,, li Main 1 10' DI......
course at the U. S. Naval Guided I fighter planes currently In use Offlca of the Clerk of tha rl,. E Drl....... lloorl lldiwalti, 150455, IB the roll CouatrMlnUd .....
of the aection of the company at a time would go by the Air Force. The airman cult Court In and for Polk .t5p.. "...... turM. Pail.. and ron ALL pour prmtini ....... bias will ha'a ....1..
Missile School Virginia building most likely to_be destroyed -through the inspection process (Countr Florida, In plat Book 5114500. K. H. Morrla IMMIIOropirlts rail MU 1-4401. Commercial PTOMUUerbcadt ,...itlal In *..>H at .2,000 PO'
.
attended Fort Meade High 43. Pots itncludlnt i.sksiaaal. '. our profit' abarlni piuitrr
Beach, Va. Upon graduation In In. llUwiraphuuRodlater "ar
and helps to locate and at least three tripe will be School. apaclflnallx, but not byway o "' ''''''nl as auirnaa..wen5 end 51.55' .

April he is scheduled to report I stairwells, exits windows and made through each building... hems af of limitation aqulpment'the following ServIce lo.ur.atl, Quallllad is Ike hSei l Ind.I.ara the' furnUMd ii4 .

I Hot Point' Ovtn Model *RJrHot .., from oiun.lta nowipapor.ridia .
tom
DRAPE AND .115 OP 15 TV idwrllilna PirionMlaetM
:c and
I Choral Group .11 Modot mad.. Your lab.s.e.ara. UpoKMrtet ANY TOPS rediaur .."-.., will b* bnwwn II and
Point FNK
lot Plata Sair urmi. am K.. niimtns' rerorlnt' robulldlnl ... Mir...1... lain pinonalltr
Tampa Hllhwar, *>a-l MFtneif ..Od,'. Radius Sertlct. MO ..no bail eonlaeU and ..mehi
To Give Concert Hot Point Rifrlnrator, Modal S-Slat. i awn aulomobili. Writ Ma
**i B-1I
.t publlo aala, ta the hlht.t and o RADIATORS BLOCKS ll..MdOB "' 36* Lik.l.od UdH
At Frostproof hint bidder fop c.,h, at lbs tooth "hlnlo, .""...-". Dlothod. Re Ouj.IIIAIt undir M'.... ol
Kront Door of tha Polk ('oooty IlVT11AL 'IINCa co..e' 105.to. pain ail ups,,, omtiiri, Hoi .10 foe Job M accountant Inolllea
Courthoueo In Bar to*, Florida. N ...' "',.... ao do.. .arment. souls Florida' Ml.4MT. of I lar''' eorporatloa. *iiuat .
FROSTPROOF-The Candler bitwaan II :00 AM and too: PM "arantood W. dna at under. .. aoDortunlt for advanca*
on the ttth day of March 1104in. I aid Lakeland Induitrr, MO 11JI Rewaavlngon I mint wllbVood salamis 4 IIMral
Chorallers of Emory University H. DLOAS JR. Fret nllnttealiKoma ...plan boaifiu SopIn 5,1,51sl5
Atlanta will Clark Circuit Court a ....... of trainlns' andpirlinea
present a concertin .... .
h1 XFIRT .1. at OIolDl wltn a.amarital .
.. oonputa
the First Methodist lOCAL) Tax h.IO.. ..... rI....". "u'D..1 ..d..nd
Church. By I.ILA B. POfNTATNN .... .ilim ., atatui homo
tall K 1ta..I. .. All ...u.. will
Tuesday night at 7 o'clock. its D.pul Clerk INCOME TAX '... 0.0-3515. Ins oil liild n.ih&anOSn in itrtet' .niuiooea. Anniial

The Chorallers are ordained apportunltr' implorir. Ad.
'4J foolsTiltvlilont
Swimming
ministers attending the Cand IN THI CIRCUIT' COURT OF THE $3: and up dna npir W f O Drawer 1273
Wlntonltene. Plorlda'
TENTH tjDtClAL CI"CUIT 01' I'I
ler School of Theology. Severalof FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK .c H & R Block Co. I'OOLI Ctsatt.o. ns..tr.d.p '
.
a I I II I. hesin.i .all.
COUNTY IN CHANCSRV
the group majored In music ,
.
Caaa No. 1221 Docket SI WMkdlfl a AM. In. PM. .ul..nt. Well 70J Seat 11.1. LABORATORYTECHNICIAN
In their undergraduate studies Pat Na. Ill SaL I".. ta 1KM alt .-1111I !

and others have performed pro-rBDF.RAL NATIIlVAL. MORTOAOB < West Walnut St. I '
AH8OCIATION.Plaintiff
fessionally. S 188-195S
Phone
The Chorallers have made _1.- 1 pots TRLIVIA'ON moult, ts Ill Local phosphate com- i iIpany
ERNEST J. BBNTOV at a,. tfIittt TRAINID INCOME tat so.- male.. taut roll.bll stnioS. sill hai forlab I
nationally television Thrutr CII,. MU tviiuUpkelilsrlng vacancy
appearances on Defendant. III I ultant II 30 4 M IM till
and radio and are cur NOTICt OF SALE 00 11. etetpt Buadinha So.. technician. Must be I
Notice I. hereby. linn that, Mllchill nOG aatbis.s I I
rently on a tour In Florida. nur.uantt.afinald..".* of fonaure ,.- Road _-4313. high school graduate

I This group has proven its natural entered In th* ahnva .n- 4) lAGOS!? UP5IOLS'rlltttO.... with one to two yean I
titled '.u.. In th* circuit Court rirnltvraVSI I... Slip _.. sod .r...., totanSIkh -
I ability to present a concert of Polk county, Florida, I will Pria ..IIID..... plrk upnd college chemistry pre- I

1 that I II both enjoyable and Inspirational. ..ll th* property altuata In Polk .c note fUrDn" DfI- ..11..". Phono IW-Mto. MaHolllniiworlb ferred. Position offers I
County' Florida deerrtbed anIx P505115.. Pbone 545- RoadVinitlan .
>t it In Block 17 of *hor* L.III'hor'l excellent working con
1 The church pastor, the Rev. A<..... Hubdlvlalon" Lakeland" hinds ditions benefits and
-
Ed Dlnkins said that the Florida, cmrdlnr to plat .
concert thereof recorded In Phi Book USE LEDGER VAKT"AUI A N 0 bubo'alsisminofeturnl. opportunity for growth. I
will start earlier than usual 1. Paia is puhllo recurde of ....Irod. ,l.asd.eefiaiohd Preferred 20 to 30. I I
Polls County, Florid I UUIIHO ADS false .UIOOI.bllo snota. age
to in
so as attendance
permit
anyone "it Dublin Bale. to the hlfheat and -n .. .U.... Air.LJlo. MU S.1711aUL Apply to Employment
to hear the entire heat. bidder for eauh, at th. Mouth -
"'""nt alooF of the Polk County SupervIsor, Interna-
and attend the
concert yet .jrthouee. In Hartnw, Florida, C IF YOU WISH TO BE LISTED IN THIS tlonal Minerals &
evening performance of a circus between lilt AM and too P." I

'lU INSPICTION SURVEY DISCUSSIIX Copt. I. H. finwn, left, f_ e-., e plan oi I puiU.In that la In town for the same I on the Mih' day of March JR.INC BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION Chemical Corporation

wish Ll. J. T. SMith at shy .disease pleas! fee the .*...'". fire totpactfa' aunty ta k. tmrfiKrad1kf night The performance of circus n Clark H. Circuit SUSAN Court, South Floral Avenue
DIALMU 6.1 1 51-Ask For Classified
rite Uktlaad. Fir D.,....._. Tntcki with tha lifB tkrwn hi iKkarwiitt! wilt Bark hr puiMmfptlnf will be delayed a few min SEAL!: ) Sartow, Florida.
8, T.ILA B. P'OUNA1I

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/ LAKELAND LEDGER- Sunday, March 1!, MM i* riNANOAl MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE MERCHANDISE f 7k AUTOMOTIVE t* RENTALS RENTALS


EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT lila
65 Mortgojts 9 AntIques 97 Articles for Sole-Mil 103 rVsIhir I Appllanc 117 Automobile. Wentisl 129 FwmlihofJ Apartment 134 M.lll Home

54 W.nUd Mot 54 Wanted iiasoswy 'noon .t _I.R .
Help Mole
Help LADY' IIC Ilk. .... 11105 00 rofrt.oonnnor Sod LAU PARI ItvMy 5,004 new _. N.. lens
POlIO 04720.b.1 lor.. 0000500 Amooi I.r. boil CASH FOR YOUR CAR tour bath, lerraaaolloora. ". ..P' sod .MIbolot.psi .
MAN UNDER: 49 for d.blWI.._ DEBIT MIN. ....rl.n'... 5005. F.HA. ATIQUE SALE TI.h. I. no.0105 orIon. Wut threa room ituolo elettrl ,11. osd "-.
Ur Haven or Laka Wain Quaanterd ,- ..."n".d CoIl L.k. P.l.O '13. It 'revolver, enrllalOBdIIIOB. .Strut 71 PtndivrTU Ohtfrtli will hot. Brit floor MO .- *. .I.otrl, 5001 510.0
aril 00 talarr .10 .111 br Intorn.w I and STOCK REDUCTION SIO 13 shot S Mittbomatlo M .ur tur e.vr Wo C.MI tntra Solar oso .
ROOMS clean Pork
TWO Ortvt
monthly. Complete tralnlni 00._ CONVENTINA .hr.d very TI .11 tat dinette sO I ptw ..IP. C.
ln bath Dull
1 Private antrtBci and la" f
OPEN. Applr 1U6 Eait: M.oorlll, ...dlto. (' ler Ooo
Ihd" LokIond ...1.... $30 iRA VAil DIlIVIIIM 0..dd. loon: ALL ITEMS or .lt 10 .d. S-JS70. ro. 1..I. N CAR PAYMENTSTOO furalantd Raftranon reluind 01. Mall pott ll.Merth Onlal .
.1 tt.d. 1 Im.r .
MORTGAGE .
m... .. .. ..n".Io' drl *B1 101_ Lake Drive ..1
soon or 00000 MU .n41 for SCUBA TASK, r.OuItton.porlnoiMtooo.
ap..I.Im..t.GREYHOUND. IRS fur N.rth. AmOrlcos v.. TaM IOU, 7S HIGH? FOUR 000MO 0,4 boIls. WoIb'tO-DIXII MOBILE Park 4MO ftrampa .
104
1901 lUAU Sos OIL fwl
Llnee. .
America .
i futnMrowlmovln I
DSCOUNTED Aparuaant iUntiaun I wall .aoo.Uo5. IJ AmnInoO Hllhway. Lane dr* IM*.
.... LOANSTo i iHARTE'S .
van .m. Compla .r. arnlture. adult. ".1 SuSouth Municipal, eawera wphone.
Iralnln *lth PIT Irae uniform"reo ., PR.OPANI Ftndartll Chevrolet POP .
raitIM 03 05 GAS r. 000kis b. wi ..0 va7aPTVI .
II con.... fret van 0,1,1.- HUH bark Ill;: moo. w. (0,1.0010.. "Oslo late medal .o ..
bo Idu. ... .
BUS DRIVERS ianca and pleatr of workiclltni N. mikt tour propirtr _I.. to ANTIQUES Re. SHIS I.p ; 11.10.room trial -)***. you borne In one afford A'Acl" PRI11 ACRES via wu and eee

....Ired. APDlUanta muetwenn ., or your dream home aaekr elite .. 171Slate aerial..OM Servtoe. NAibundele .. Set Mr Runta DunnPENDARVIS b.. .. .01 lit took. pared 0,04. SInAI 004.ord000
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WANTED I be 13 >nd BO hive I 111 own of MULBERRY I lOot. I'O 505 .rlb' Orlo..rspttns Bltnwer. Pold.. Phone M 3 005-0009.

,lotS modal tractor or a....o.. -i.tVHAar.7.h. fin ci; "' ._ 51550 NICE DUPLEX aad terete apartment LAXBLAND OAMWRS Motl

Immediate openings f omen OhIO down piymmt Wa will ... II1SM N fartlUaar *-*-*, IS lb. II 01 10S Water fumlehad Near colIM. ,- Ham Park two nllee Book P"

to train a. inter city I lit la llnuicini. For lurlhir d.. 1 lint rtf 000 with oonmwt HWY. 60 WEST i Died bodraom lullai tomputo J..IJ .. 1031 Cumberland MU *-1014 Dram mid and Old Tampa
toil. ..U ..r...... DoD.rlmo.t.Por ,I. up to JO nan. Call tcdomplet >, adulUno hall niufHiKurd .
but driven Requirement: W.... al..742..al. or !(Or ( ditalTa I SUNDAY ALL DAY line. I4.1 I.pitta SlntUeII.10 wS PAT .005. liornoods. .0d CHEROLE REAL peu.CLEAN.. u.r. Two appnoieleAfter Hlenwtr.. R..II.. .. P>
.rllo lIorta AmOIOSR 500 Lln... CoBventlgnil Irani np to SV I ..I' robot. old bId, platoons. ." I..UII. 4W.
High School education \24. D.pirtIR,00 020 Port Wirn., of SR 001(0.451( with pirmi., Oood wed TV'I ." ... 14'1 I N.I...'. Jtw lry. 10* .1 Flo.WASTED CLEAN tar, to I, O.il. ed 30S7LAROE r.. LbtlnB. .. .
X of S'8"! lodlolti. U yatraPOLK Id.. 1 OR Mail furnUhed
yean age. Height 1"1 P Biby mattrauM ... M Call MU PRIIISRI
Dud dlnttu aett UO M..I. Wi. Lake 1S3 MOBILE looms loU. la.,
WS BUT antlaue 001.00(00. N.rt.
to 63". Minimum weight COUNTY 97 ArtIcles F.r S.ItMIs1 Qood need atone and .11 Jewelry AIM .1.1 plaUnumd : CASH; pickup trluck Or Lake Morton OrbS .h. MU of Lakrtend. 3034 Milton Sir**,

155, maximum 210. Must Act NOW Earn More eratori .. . . 140 M Op ealni. John 1 LooMs. 513 :sndor ; iiadal. PlMuo .3-3.1. Phone MO 54035.

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have good character and at,1 craft mint S3 >s 501100 sail Lemon 3111.CAI. 1. 3. and I room IIS lot Bar BRADY L.b.r.bd. mod

BE YOUR OWN BOSS CO. AUCTION SALE lane. tack of Flumbln a.d III I flosS. 00,5. plo000'NI Lakeland S40 to MS, adult* onIr or. r. ..

driving record. Experience MORTAGE rdwirePOLt 106 I Tools ornld.r. CoIl 0044055. WIll I to nirabaee' Owner ah..... and I"undr. Clean na.

driving heavy equipmentnot WITH MAYFLOWER *'.. Every Saturday. 7:30 p,m. FOAM "o..laOUTI Machll'f Sill nowsrd. ..33.Oo'l 01 trallan M-4O4S. Thr. tn.Cut I .

necessary. Must pass INEXPERIENCED BAXLA'S W* Slut II INC SOS'S B..d sow. 570 In.cudln. WANTED: : OLD Junk ..or newwrecke 10 ApARTI fural. Phana
WB FAT TOP PRICES SOP 50000. Tsbophoo. for ea'h Prompt pickup Lak.l.d. ..

rigid physical examination. EXPERIENCED DRIVERS AUCTION GALLERIE For Oood Uied Furnltuntad Ml1: C.I Black, n-* OI. .bl. 0.' 0.40.00 looslslood. C.UMU LIVING
67 Wasted T Borraw
20-20 vision uncorrected. ''r."I, n. Aa.IIo5 ... AppllincwCALL PAY ...b f., .1... ,5000 ...4.ONI MOBIL

Wo Oellln RttiilridTralleri w. Son or .I for ,. MU 3 2044 107 Plumblni Supplier.Montgomery WI. .. old.,. NU .... AT ITS BESTnWi&t
Contact 1 .0r"MI
C. A Krause or WANTED: MORTOAOI loa 0335 50 W.ph.O' .11" ..'
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Sod loidi lupplledP Commercial Induitrli! prOpIrIn ?. PAY SIS up for Junk car I'.1 .
MU
D. R. Bounds at Greyhound I. .ld Tralnlni 100% occupied. tw* tonenla Enurence .. 5.0033 Polk Trading Mart I Wad Fraa plrk W Tonk.U Iron sod n. four plo? *.

Terminal Orlando, Florid. ,oIlO,0 pormln100ron d. Orol.tool OHkO TVS Iran SIS vp Cntaad ". MM.I. Inc ,.3117. S MODERN apartment.Il 00, 0101 ..
CAS Trie
1/ rot art II or tver, pan ph... ,.. GET A HOT WATER .AI. city type eewere drhklNi
$1,000 .oooaIlr: (0.55. wt ..... 55,1010 OS. lOW. *1 .. for .dult. SI* Bust
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2 p.m. or 7 p.m. on Saturday -1(01 _own nrNoo II nance It._ utlllllei 10 WonO bnldl.i.. ...I.I. Admiral Saltenrlce .. KIT HEATER FROM 120 Penn Implsmsnti L. ... Phona w ler.for direct minimum power eieolrlcftf company bllleelont meUre -

March 14; Sunday Dlml lit* Ou er later Irulor 1.0. .1 pay "' Inleril a PeaooeTT BETTER USED WARS SPACIOUS. CONVENIENT: : fur with ell thi fun type reo.reatlon .
Have Hot
I F 131. 454 N W.b..b.GTaILI. Water Wen I feollltlM.I TheM thlnei
March 15; Monday Marc WRIT FRNITRE & T-IO INTERNAnONAL t"lr mined ,.. btdroom apartment loOm art rcun .! PALM
Sol M.a04I.obb.nd Po'I. ...tlr Yo Need Itt 004 I... $104. Ni '-73. Reauinibla to reliable people Ap101 SHORES U0"11
18 or Tuesday March 17. .I Ledter HORTICULTURE and complete APPLANCES WMl .... (.. theLvllfa.WJLike'Alfrea"iteareRt.
ru. .8-lr. In.ll.u Pl I'en'Jloee.
An 4(" eroeurm .Itb ah..1 ANTIQUES .
equal opportunity employer .Id. 117 N. 121 Mobile Hernia FUIIIOISHID!
I* BO and 10 psIr Wl BUT 8Jo- TOADS Kentuck CMPORTABLI "Ii Rood
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r..J, d.ltnrt 500. ... .. THESPINNING MU .. apartment.. Rtaonabla -.
7 f.rlm. 5.1 0(05. 06001155olIn,0 TRACER BALES rtnlala. Intaoca .r. Prefer prm.n. ISO.oob.

W.tord WHEEL lloralt. ports iuppllaa 10. to* South M 3.6021 135 looms For lintinabla
TRANSPORT TRUCK oporolormlQmon ELECTRONIC.MECHANICAL. GROUND PEAT muck Peat .00 101 Plants a Muikii InU. lund bo>dod local and ...U..01t..rlOr. perohMline .
IOU 405. DUPLEX, NEAR 0011.00
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mm hivlni % of two oil mliM 1.Ud 20 B. 06.1.P00 PO'ld" .. .. H0 .
.. ... .. ONeal .a.n J. 410 yard. Small ohld. IN 74Ruhlni LASSOS ROOM. ... sos,
.ml .rl. .. P.00 2. to 3. AUCIONI Von ANTTQUI .... 13 B.
Barta .
41 p0f.rOrd. Apply I. potIon, CLEAN: PHOSPHATE und far Only Vo.Ilu0 e..n.. C..tl. 0000.lI r... bpr..h. TRAVELO with full .! M .0,0115100. .rl.n.. PollS .
"trol.um Cerrl.r Corp000llon. I.... .o.d 000 dIrt I. flu.S Frday Hoover $20 ...... MU Iul PI.A. SlalO.THREE ROOM .or. "ortMt.W.lkl.1 N
: AIlS
Fan. olactrl I*" wheel 2* :1:0": conditioned ...
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1711 0017,1. A. nAO. Jtnb,00.sill. P.015, NU 0-0070. I : P. .I. .. .I lent bedroom and dil. to 005 ROOM S orson tl.moo. 010-
., PI.rld.. MaUrau. rubber nine u 1Camera. HEAR library. SIO month. II* .t 1.1..d Coil
COW FEKnLIZER for Mle, 110 Wa bur ar HI rot Motion. ... al clout Wood .n.I.I. Will aeUepirately Walnut, M 1133.

ASSEMBLER 0 load Call J .P'c. MU Som JIMMY W ALKER'SAUCTIN Camera. Mlnan .1 1. .1 THE NEW 6-1. PRIVATE ENTRANCE: prl>a.
with LOWE FURNISHED APARTMENTS: W.b.'D. twin boda Canmnlaat
Ru. color pod OWNER TRANSFERRED. 50000 r
FIRST CLASS CENTER 0 WITH A located Sot ter and limit furnUhed '0 p O0AO0. ... .
J. W. PEAVY flU dIrL 51 rk .1' ORCHESTRA CONTROLS all I. t 10 >aal Vermont .t.ld. O .
o,10.r 50.11, rIO,. pbo.ph.to ... guI I.. I YOU PLAY 0 one-note .moled 01 .. Mob m..I. 41* I. NU '-18.

WELDERS WIRI0r WOrON. N.fono10olurop, 01n.u..U .. .'_..... I Tibia. tilt top 5 shOt four rliht hand and autoitlcellr Park '820. POUR ROOM. ..... d..lr.bl.I..U. CORNER: OntlMuprcftrrad
Alolrhhut.d productimbler .! CARPET. WoII-t4'Osll Doll cluba. your OBC-BOU ..Iod. ... 0..1. .1. p I. UDRt.. k
WANTED' FIRST CLAM WELDERS bONdS .., of eltttrlcal maMuit GROUND PEAT S3 cubic yard .1.! 1If'l;. 5'4 505 tO OHio mro'.kworn.S S40 130, brom a full ahord'-have mo CLEARANCE SAL buUdl.l. .... poor sod torn. *wokl.Wait .
c11lntr know itendard yard Baeel Peat Company 431.akaland .... cal 30P100 'u. from ... : ..01.
s.d HM and 05.0 tarait pIstol 11 very .und 010.
REQUIRED TO PASS A A.t.ll. I. 1 and MO 04515.ROOMS
.. Irt .at On all M* 10 .
.....,.. RIrl, Blvd ,
WELDING TUT: CONSISTING O. pI no.loo I phaneportable Hi. .a-I. ..rl.. lawlo nlll- .hiWlnur eutl.. and tardea tool BEI HEAR Frlcta T. Tha Bent two ahowervilo .
OVERHEAD HORIZONTAL AND electrical machineryReuulrod SORSOI ModH 0111.. ihlp I.0 TRI MANY beautiful Row C'.. SOUTHOATE rm. FOR .B.o.d
onDEE'S
Ibrl .tl. bed
VERTICAL WELDING: PROPER to aiiemble. loQ and 72 Flaweri, Satdi, Plants ou, .u.. loIn Other miKciuntoui Ho d'.I..1' larott la .a. 'lr. mtrance. .1. 000,1. h. .nd old w.l.
10.1111 ahoot electrical hookupt O 0 Hamilton Hllhwa Until couple OtlIU. .loIS room. dolly maid

MEN MAINTENANCE WITH: SOME EXPERIENCE MECHANICAL: : PrIVloo ..otrl.: ... .. electrlveltn BACHELOR button >l IT/IO ..II..F.brlt." ol IBcounter REDMON CANNON MUSIC CO. ookl... 55204040LA005THRIIO0S- It 1 p,r ... 1, oar. ...
PINIAI. .rl 10S Hlbrlten W>r. 111-0214 I. Plotido' A... b.'h.1 ... Ph... Oran..
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BUT NOT MANDATORY APPLYIN J0 1..7..a.
: Pl. 1.4
f : l ::: p.r Iro.t. MOBILE HOMES
PERSON TO INDUSTRIAL .. II0r1iS bond. 100. .or. Lemon .0 05.5 Folds. ..,. norob. oIls three bedroom bolos Hotal. Ul "prt .t.. A>.

SOluTIONS DOPARTMENT 000 I. 0(5 d'lOrr.n Wrltt I l..t I.'PLANfli IACRIFICI*. Ball SHELVES blna. canh dl.phoo rrel, 9 Boots, Motors, Supplies STUDIO PIANO mobosoor Ml M WabaiH MO Saeo .'11.ltIt TMt. cloit la, MU 1.383*
10(1,0 P0. 10.
nee 00 .U71. .
AMERICAN: CYANAMID COM Winter storES, for lllter.".. i la. pp* board duplara. SM. 01B623 0001110 B. Rold.lo. 5421. 104 NASHUA lOaoO. baoomi THREE ROOMS. bath. .10 porob..orosod : BEDROOM.: EASTSIDI: L.. pr.
PANY .Rlw.Tla PLANT MU 12320.Fi1ZLI.IAS.. o es*,lots. 10S J IT Cabin Cruller with I 0HP l.u'l P.'ld. tont kltthtn T. loodiOtlditIRO. porrB. PermaBint U pee Sot, NU 2-1046.
.RADLIY. FLORIDA All EQUAL .
1.I.rud. .1..lrl. Iort ", .Iorad PIANO: MASON and Hamlllola C. 0011 ... Call MU 1.35M._ NICI MODERN: room.
OPPORTUNITY &MPLOYIIR: .1.b.rom l.a.OJ.no 10. kllh.
AALIA' iiii. .
li Ir.llo. .1. walnut. EipeBilve: .t
56 Salnmsn ... bInORObIP 00,0. pie 80aa70. THREE duplfl. aocep.mill prlvllttti, prlvata .
bl...., .... m.n, p. .... .'., 121000. I encollent A eondloa Iuth 0 roll pertain. C.I lorton CAMPERS GALORE stow 1004 ROM month. Call MU tarviot Cotiplo or .rrn.ni la*

e.prhpod Ando. NornIT. ,- Need rnpoBilble party I' FOOT .t 30 HP. M..u.13.laO.WALUT.. Ch..I.pickup Y.tm.I.., MJ8.it cid... *t II* l.rl SMI dlt>. MU S-M7S. 701 Pal,....

PULLER BRUSH men OrSroO0 un Eut Ol0000no .k. l< .r '70 mootbIr p. motor with 11 NW lownop 0"'.. and .I oondlttonl I. A0n005. ROOM FOR booboo.. po.OSo. I 1105
lul
.or 100 B woek la thli sonDo .. .. 5015005 slIp nd trailer Bonn .Ir. $12 .
Ph. 'U.3J73. Dorado e."' tr "
DIESEL your You ... ...., to 0OOIhal Itr""I.ill 10. MO"i"4137. W..t Huhl.nd 11""'. COl Mt3'TO NU81' eonealTabla .11. 17 000. TWO-ROOM oontrn.0I for Not ': polosla
bath 111
Iowa
.ALDWIN .I. LI.1 NO "'
much to >tart. call S8S-494S 73 Fsedi, Frwlti, / WOULD rO.D000Ibi.. IVINaUOI Twiro. I HP out ...JI.. ACNIO Bloos.MO our prlet .. 1900 Chroltt ..-OllIbti.. tuoob.l'.d. 31 Iut
MECHANICSWANTED !:I .F,M.to. so. .If rou SOlO ....11I' .Lll p.rl 550 plrkup. 000505 traiw NICELY FURNISHED: duplcl Baa
.k. Ood :
b.rd. .o.dltl.
........, 136 Room With Boors'Bail
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I.r m'.10 .D. 0 m..UI.P'.,.. ... Ibm.Pork. u ,, **.d.d- Mlth- 'ro. L.t. oellete. MU 3-1534 between 0
RANOES: PIrkoddoily .
WANTED: for home OIAIUIT.. ._... with attachmenta 111 ReitavroRt Eqvlpmes for .jI our .rl.- onlr -,. ..
... wa oP. 1. .. Srivaittr .1 .BOARD WITH 100oh.s ISO..
.. Ytllowitono
lie 11-10 Commlailoncompany Sold SINS Completo bal 00. trolo
: lo FOR BALI S H P. out. NEWLY: TW.
FIRST. PREFER CLASS DIESEL I' benefit. hoipltal.Ui I.d ...dut. *37 II (114137ECCHI boon motor.Clnt... '71. ICE MCHI"I. Frlildaln, AIMS .pint Blaapa four .,.. nt DIORA .0.: Tobnb.bOo morn. 040000obls. '2
MECHANICS MEN TO 'o
it $. ... ..uo Ill.. Onldot. ..d S-4903 Lk. C.I dr.k dlipeneere Stain 11.0. II171 Our prlco onlr 'Ula t. .Call 10131PIVI l.t. O I..
$ FULLY QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCI Zla
76 b
tew.ntclHna ,
LandicgplrtfHARDY lu.hod. M
Zo ..
Apply Bord... DolEs. .lm.l. etaal box. two bOA C.r.u.o camptr Mw l.to
: IN ALL PHASES OP Likt Wire Url... 100 Lik ...ONE YEAR aid 14 ft WhlMhouwberilu fauceto. Phone .FMoriburiI3SM7I I., '1,0a. sata 110 0..'.. ROOMS'electrl* 11 Whentelevlllon ,: 138 .. Apart
MAINTENANCE ON DIESEL: : utton boln button .
OB Unfur1'
boat with II Bvanrudt Ilita for I"ho.
Orptr "
POWERED TRACTORS, LOCOMOVE8 MAN WANTED to lupplr R... SOD CO. bU.d itllehei, monoarami. o0o.M0100 motor with trailer. Beau 4. Ooodmdltlon .lrt. 698. Our .p.. onlr Dlok',, Hlcelr O .lloD. loc -.
GENERATORS. AND 1.1." Product to ....um". I. thy Lawn OraieaaD all finer Ultchn Sold for MU .. 104S lu.teh. .o, S3., LINCOLN COURT .. ...
.1. lOll EMt Main
DRAOUNES N.W. Polk Co or part LokoIsndGood ,. Orad n* Plantln* 4990 Compltta, balanoo BOW Ill Sporting Goods Alto >.Uo.14. Lakeland Ilnaa .elrod PM.
I r _I. Phono MU S 4 .
II"'. to Hart No capital FREE ESTIMATES duo HIM or 65 0 par nonthZ1O FLARE lAn BOW old dlracl .alo. .,, pit. North tl n. W.7th.
PERMANENT JOB OOOD WORK 17 '. Flar SHUPTLCOOARD. MU '
'Onlilosil Wrll. 8.1-.137. : EnrellratjdllloB
000101,0 FAC.47U'SIO Pr.. PACEMAKER 10146 OPPITI 1.
INO CONDITIONS, AND EXCELLENT MrmphiS. T.... 0(0 N Olm.r. MO S-"" Plbr.I. ., Compost. Lou .OPIN ROUSE Aparht .."' .,..,. Ntw furniture choice r thr. noorn boil, .tllil., .131.
ZAO automitl aowlB "' .- Irallen. Preview IM TWO BEDROOM 1,0105 I. DI.
TRACTOR WORK: Mowln. dlM adultS. _
EMPLOY BENEFIT: location. 1141 New Tamp Huhwiy .
ROOF COATING 1.1. tradlBi and plowlB. Spa.allta .hln ....1.. 1.100 S.0. C.m. I March I.al. Plac* order Ir.loh.. 2.0022. 1. I.Pd. 050,1. rnd.root.d. 070
PLANS APPLY IN PERSON OR ISO. See It.
BY TO INDUSTRIAL IB yard eeedln and trad plots blInD.. 530 OS o. Id 0 prm..lb. 17 ARISTOCRAFT flberilu ceive lr ,. .. 13 '..nth. Ltaki, owntr. MU 1434DUPLEX ,
LETTER: .
SALESMANIf 00. SIK73S Folly ...r..t..d. blo 111.boat two 45 HP livery when .. .ACRIPCI. IMS Marietta 47 B MU 1.'..
RELATIONS DEPARTMENT: 11-.17. .131. rude Ills new Tilt nt.... Ed John Hit.a.I'1 2.', lOSS'
Furnished) .
AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY you in eelllni Roof Coitlnn ... Will 14 d.U'1 P.ll. Iho. 1)0 Limos roomi oodboth.
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BRIWSTER: PLANT and Pa nu and not proeently eau AINSTRUCTION DISHES'-'BOOKS, SIR Iteme. to.Al. urn 8,10. and toe ", Blvd. Flnellaa F> Cb..ol." 1,8 Modern, 140 month. 10&.
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BRADLEY FLORIDA. AN IQUALO.POIITUIiITI lifted-thlt la aa eicipturatl op. lie. .ho. daeki. picture. Inod.. 1.. ..1 .tr... CHI Mulberry 10,0 .... lOoms, Tiltphon.
home Adulti
S 133S after 4 TWO
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EMPLOYER porlunltyMan Ir.mN. .,.. and other luriltura .o 3 .EDRO. 0534355.
clio..B will work ot .xdu. 14 t SthoaltX2RIDAS at iJOt Cahro Street elf 0,1,0. Woritsd Miscellaneous NARK' Ilka .... only. Reference. 100
.lv< SOt Profit BaarUn Flin, Wibun ... .. tl..' CABIN .rbobl.r. 70 HP Mn,. 11 \ 5740000. tralo.. Vtrr n.'month ... r..ld..". 103Velenele DELUXE SOUTH8IOS .p.rlm..t
that pin tha hllhaet commie. iorrnotor 0,00ttspot sod 10' One br. llvlni .
500,0010. Coma af ur I p m n
010.. in tha induitry. 0.040,1.0011onoll7odn.nU..dIod0pr. LARGEST and mattodirn 21" RTARy.... Brim-,.ko or.r ..m..I MU 1.1..1 CASH FOR 0000000. h.anuta Clrcla. Laka Bonnr Par. TWO ROOM b.u'.. EoolLo000 in. Solo of cloeitipact
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Lakeland It.lto. "noll. .tr.1 OB the MV 3-3377 10 All roomS lam. Bactrla
bOUI .hol. .. t4894new 31' SPORT flirurman. .... IHO '. ...
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MALE CLERKLarge rou.d promotion proarim 0 root US .P. SI.Comi.tsl GOOD USED 004 .: RICHARDSON 'PRT.NAII. tllckrn Oak loor. 31) Lo..
W.i tor ramodrlet ..d'. Copl..I. oaolpiMd forotlontor I..nlu. .1. wiodtrn. of. NICI ONIII oIl .Isolrlo 171.
are a ea looklnt lAst lain 15.AAMANA dr.pfr.ooo .. hau..h.ld ,, brom. Alo' M 1.3a. .
.\11.rI.n... In 11\1. III'd. olt., lon.d. ample patklni MU *-4.ll. 0100. Mork'. .ol.h'. Foot, Will Ieuln. l.hlO MU 1.34(1 I.MO 1-4304 I.,. 1111 EMI: Limos. Laktlan 0100,005. CoIl a.3oa. MU 'II'
1" 5000
phosphate com I. .Ith.. .....rl.n..cI 'I..u\r.\lil i Ala CONDITION1NO tfrt..rmttoa n's o.mo.. Hi.boo,. MU '- .rUI. .J..I. WANTm o 'FOR tAUat two mobllnf TWO BEDROOM furnlihed houeeor PARTLYFOJONIOIgD law two
h immediate moo .. oon ....I.p ..I.kl. toDillri. SlS _ed. Wt tn.Iooo. PLL I.UI boll0000,4 h_. wltli ...banM '_ Call il.drN..
as boil ., 100 Mitsrlols .. rent aewlr 50.054 n. P.du,04
pany ...... ... pu" Bldg. Etc.'Rood. 1 0.10 I. r .
W. b... 'oDi I 1. 1. .. MU 0.0001. .dull .
P0,01. ,
T..d. __ U'
for ambitious km aoentna tn thli ..... Wrlt Cmm.01 1.11., .ondlu.n. Ilk. MU10. 1. al.t 1
vacancy i iFor 1. .. Hell I.U. lln*. Mil*... .
N.II. price 1.7511. .
detailColon ..I V.O 'rOl'd..t,. N d' TWO BEDROOM duplea air eon o. .730.CU"N
I ) man with experl.- :.= ; .I: 1 Ll.. l.oodsoooi .. 500,5. IU*> dttiealnt, ... decorated "
young il Rrlli10o7 Is Chemlral C.. N5W OnOl0,504hiS'I r : t: MJ.4tlli. perroeldenee VNPINlHIID: d..I.
GET INTO Nt' ..... .. m.__ Phone MO stl .
ence in field office, > Center Rldie Roa4Clevelial' 0.00 Cobb MU 0.4043. Ino." Oombee AUTOMOTIVE .. <. &
It, oho' S.I PRiL. b-. a il Trftv.1NICB evenlr.ee; .M Sill earl. .
CIVIL SERVICE WORK! .. .
work. Position FOR SALI U. uroillro 0.4I spnd '
requires M.a...... I* avar. SOCUN I r.r... I 1000... 30. Oror L... b100. 051.252* .o C1 W. .ul'ld.. Seveatarua BRAND NEW aeu tolleteechooli .
typing ability with accounting ,/51 Wrk rVnnf** J.... Hlih' par ..., Boure. Ad.va..m..1 .' PFAPF 103 flml,. A AppllantsiREFRIOERATORS. I C.I .m. Oood. ThIs I. th. .1..., I.
aowln ma* .
houtttraUt .
IN.ldOntmOl C 1 bu.I.
I or similar ex Prepara b> horn, PRTA.LI. plain etllrh Hi AwKmobllsi For Sal 5500. i2" Pork .d/o .. br.m epertmeal U Lkl..d.
.hln. L. 01011.1104 410 W.
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perlence preferred. Exellent -loa TRACTOR and dleolna WORK. Ntw wanted aoulpmtnt Mow ..m.. 1..1. elit:.* Inl.rmo'and I.oro Lk. i. 131 51,0,0.aTh MO. 1.1715. 730 btaltri: air: .ndIU.WASHERS... etc Aakee I IIHI i.a Orow ? .lo City. O 0 no,... .Ia.lla.\ dMlod. Ok I r.110... ...I..0.dUI.0..I..t' tltch.

benefits and Quick eenlce. Clll for freo oilllalee .rite! Lincoln 0.rOI... .. Vt.t ..0.. Prompt expertervlct. PR SALE Ulrhardioa b._ TWO BEDROOMS. ..", ..1..1.l.r.l.hO. :. ... Yoo'It fbI .OD Sod.

opportunity -"' Fred L Po.... MU *-0 JlWB akelaad Ledier. COIl .Ith Eot..l m., ua tood uaed 05.p1100 > CHEVY U air ..dltl..O.1.uto..t. lrlo MM 1203 Wait 14111. 41* Wool .. ,.,. Ml Chorlo 510.440. ... M 3U..
LAb. CoIl ... .. .'
515. MU
for advance- I.. .0w 5- your Kclvtnator an.dH.r. t..I.. H IS. Drive br. then roll
NEAR STORE,
DO tractor work. dlecln, 32i .. ... Mite a> D.TV. holO.. tnl ,'*0. Cal Coi R. .. uu. Dick RMitr. IOU I" sooth .hol and loan.
LIVESTOCK .d
0151 i"
0501143.WIPZNAOCS
ment. Preferred 20 "nowlni, Undecapln. AIM 100.. I ... 1338 Aukurndalt .
age
10 GALLON aquarium alia I .1. 122 Mobile Hernia Wanted Eait Mo.. phono MU >*I33, SJT Norlk lows SU
to 30. Apply to Employ- 'III dirt Reaeooablt. ***.047 or ,lion. equipped with ..."Ulln.1..ull.1 5.2175BADCOCK'S Your .ndt Is.lood. :.I.Id.
... 01.
.113.. Low TWO BEDROOM at 74 Lb..n
I Colt Pets healthy Geranium. NU d. .
ment Supervisor, International -L"OIAIRID OIRL .nto h.14I nomotol I Dogs, J.131.WI. U..d C..0 II.e..4 WI BUY, oguiir !. lato nod Road 111.. |M .,1. LOVELY old. Ulo NEW San bldnooiii.
reaianable
10 its to to Sr.Il.rPbo.o tarrmenent
Minerals & 0010. Coil IIV 1.01'0. OARDINO HOLLY TRADE 'h.n.I" hf-fl for 05 MOA RoadiUr Never raced '. B.I...
1..1. I MU 9 773*, MU 1-3244uburndall .r UNUSUALLY ... ., .d. 841*
NEAT AND 0105NdoblSo.hd 'ChrI, ..d Ted Va. l.b. md.1 trol.tor rolo Ar. B'r ream purl. au Firm. MUOAPONTIAC WO NIC .dr. ''NU I..

Chemical Corporation, .. ild Ilki II.. d.r.wr 1 or uibtrrr Runwai. Al.1. .. MUETTY .uo value. MU 1.77B3. 0 SEMIANNUALTRAE.IN S.>OM anytime. 7.I.J. .P 00.O 0. oulr.. p.to. Adu. MODERN 12.

South Floral Avenue. rnuUr lob Call MU S 7331 2-00N3. 1*" .. V-' 1.7U. THRI. raorai ilMlrlalUhin
wiiw. lal. blno. CLEARANCESALE motor tire.l ... ... .m.1. Trucks, DEAL LOCATION 1MJ1, Paso ll Boh. ireund floor.
new
artow Florida. ELDERLY LADY winta domeiUck B PDL Sboppa. Pro.feeilonal In.11 .I. 000.dIllon. 12 Tr.I.r Road Three lent N.. .u ... "
imonlll .o
rooma
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N. .
PI.. dons weak. not live 0",10', iluda puppi Sr 10.0.1. .o' j..t.m"lu" 3.110. Inquire ttl-403. idulU 482-4413
I.. *IS.J884chool 131 Kathleen Road t.P. RernlnttoB raaor. 1700 1000 MERCEDES Be.. 10. fou II" PID woo tr..., 5400
3-414*. Home. 81.aoal.. Old O E 500.00?. '10. Portable OF TO 110 door eedin. Leather Ulterior, .Ir N.rk' .. .... I.a ... 051 iDROM air conditioned 139 Unfurtilehod
"..rl..o4 Man For ILDIRLY COVPLI wonlO n.obk1ot105 0.010. ", .hi.e. la. A Streetolldir TRADE.IN ALLOWANCE Eicellent condllloB. Tonno HhbnS.. NUnl. 0"'.., .tl. kl"h... II. Nooses
TWO ARC 0.st.t.n.d P.041. r..dll.ned.
5t10500 fIlm. Call MUEXPLRIINCED 500'pIES. FOR TOUR OLD BEDROOM: .
Trailer am Idral couple Ml. (
a-o.o 0.. .h" Rho, 000 010.5 Pok.il. dolly .a-41. 111DE I MORRIS VAN 199*. A rial d.. lo -
COTTAGE CHEESEMANUFACTURING :. alt. Call MO I-3311. Zll'Zi. UP TO I3S Id.pod.n.o ptndabla workharM. Good .odl- 70 AU PART'. rnrniened S and
: : COLORED sin: TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 01,0. Vtrr acononlcal TWO Mo II. Realtor.
for Irtniportlon BEDROOM EutDrant
WoOLS .... WHITI S0000tlrd. ... 0304.bolsot. I POll TOUR OLD LIVING 191 ITO tonverllbla Hire collate IMONFURNMRED -
.r r.SAISJ 00010. MU OIRNAN aldT ROOM 1990 Stopai N..ro '
Inn.Dlula storai, Ino oporiIf ..a.... 100 .. 505IAldOndB bill I. 575 : 653.3037i1wo UP TO SM 39 Oak .. KalhUtB. MU ..3'1.'l' child Plfld M* month I.d. 015'?.
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Ioro Superbrtnd Dalrr Prod. 1.01. lot sols, Ilooo000bls. DRINK b.. ono Coca FORD 514 tD I.' b reel ..1 .1.1
.. ALLOWANCE
COLORED WOMAN ...t. los ortArn. TROIII '0360. 54500. Sl ,.i : DUPLEX I
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0010. Ine. oreenvlllc. SC U 01. ', Cob. dry an r.rrl..al. Srn,1Iiuihltios OLD APPUANCBOF TAXI OVER piymente 1M1 Cor IU wO.j ; N-
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010500r C'II NU 5-4O5 rR room. I blocka .
look In. for t oipirlencod men In to ba *-101RES ISIr Mon with red T. .r..r ..
GERMAN
( .kin* ..11... .h..... Primaryutiei SOOn SCHOOL .Irl d.olr. bob.lttllii '. 130 .HORTHAIf..poiNt.rn"n. time 1m. toopIoto .Uh TRADE-IN TO ALLOWANCE SIO I.tl.r. B.. 1.a.Whll, (peed. loses BraaKOmb Aullrlw. o tn ...or 10. 1110 CaroUaa.
will be OU8L ., 12 11-0
cookln chtaiaany .r 00A0SrOpltS iWo ,4 "."r_. $30. CoIl FOR YOUR DINETTI .cl. condition. MU .r.lh. 1 Corl. .07
tulturei ar both In the Call ....4UO14OHT WANTED COCKER BpanM pup. OL a'J.1 BEDROOM! wilt .
carporl
MU 1021.ICI P. rHR&
FURNIOIOED CO 1075.opd
...'h'. moit modua Mttau ... m.I. NIoS born.. Pl... CUD BUSES for lalt. Scboal so .01115. MauackuittI.
ob.... plant CARPENTERINQ: hlUM, .0 boo .ult.bl. .TONS Spill Value 191. CHEVROLET: V-I. foop doo. OlIn trpa Pod. Cht rol.i. 001C. 0,4 .1,140 trim. Co 17 IIitll
.....In. aad ", '.11.., Ion..' 111 .12 I. CRI.. Tbr.. .h..1 motor. a' bond to,. ..I.a. .. 0.01. No latarnatlonal. From *MW t... S 010 504 5 .. Cot Brown. MU S-II11

Short RowEd, All kind. ol word vorHIr ,'THOOUOKBRED a I a MAN OUbornSblr. 407 Can .. Contact H II Uwla Wool aueta treet. .
will be determined nr poor for ..,.. "D"' P000 $511 .1 0. St. u. 41 500. MODERN: I. Mor,0m .
.>..rlo.... with opportunity I.r.d..m..t. hour or job .. ..lIm. .UO.I" I. pIstol, 510.55, W.S.BADCOCKCORP.Hal : Jntranaa A noos.. PETS accepted IIS .1... 111.00.5. .
Eo.lIrRb.opIn.; .1.1110.. eke aid MU I 231*. HtR WESTINOHOUBB 131 GkhU ., CHIIVROLT.. .t INS IB?tow tw.. 0.for.,...I... Iut. .a CILRI.. broo.. Florida room. "3-11.oetr. aJ4.

benelll Include polO ...."... CARl FOR nliildr.a I. GERMAN SHEPHERD mile. 20 portable Start sod .Alt. tills Icture dlobos.kbtotoo.o,00ffiotmo.
mp loom.' .. .rl. atwln machlna. Oood W..hou" KenilnitoB B. 1.01... SCHOOL BU_. Ooad TWO OR bodraoBa. tleaamodern .
IRIhl000,0,910iI05001lOSplasfld.10r. month.. S.O MU 1 till ..1. .. .
00055 CoIl MU 0.JBSO. lu.r. .Inos. From .911.. 002.1054TOREI ..,
., 730 pm condition US Phona 503.2402. ISO .. IJI up M 1 tchool, ilarei, ,...
COLORED MAW ".. don. Mulbrr.. .Haunt 001oo.. Lae plu 131 North : 11. ceuple or wit. 99 Inrludlnt uilllllti. l..1371.
QUALITY I
I RiotAnilorms l m p m doIly. Frl. 'I. '
POR 'ALI' 5001. .nd .hn. .00.Ii. RCONDITlONI .1. 'JII. Dl .
b..b. '
InlereiUl, aand ....DI.h roeu, n010 CoIl MU 5.25A3 f .1. and until SOpea I .otono. 'CLEAN TWO bEdroom duplrina ,

ml 01010' OSR.rIrBS. .... ."' puo. Il. U''JI. colon. U 0 per eult SI* Arbos.A All Day WednMdeyOnr 11 TRIUMPH "" .' RENTALS and ..MO I. ..t clow( t* aloraa. Kit

.. Suparbrind Dolor PrCHt..... FINANCIAL 1 VERTTINTTos PoodlM |7> ...lue. from C.II.oll 1 aaeeriat Horn eervlutFlorida 00500. Muet Mil 1310 wuon 0. Oicoola. 13* FUmatlo,
P.O. B.. liw. Onenvllle, SC and UP. ollppln and boardlnt, Con ... Aub000dob,1 ., MU 131 for Rest MlKollonoonIC1ENCY .
or call Mr. McCall ar Mr Oayan Individual can. On H inwey II 0" 90 4 nctpt I..rd.. 21 Bnlntti PIsces Ran T H R 1 E BEDROOM i;;
t kel nd
SEVERAL SMALL elr _I.. > > SltrtIIS fe S130 1 bedroom. .
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an A.tt IM
tede SOI. 144 1310. 62 I.Ifor. TomooOSN-2000. .
BusIness No. iclT .
Opportunities .1..I Klni mldiet tAn hard Porl. A. CON 111 5r00,50. Realtor, lit Malt
I 'AKO RROIOTERED l.m.l. ....r hOb'O for hlldl.floalln dacki: ".. .. WIll Tntt tot Rlihl N. 'U.d.. .-1. PR RENT or kata, kuildlnt al ..CAL .UDlllnA... .103.
,.. '3'. Bob PatlN.a. .. 01. luul.ho O.u..h"
HOICS BUSINESS an* non CO' mall .* euUlt. com- SoulS Florida A. .r..r .1
IgrominropertlH ..
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AT I.1071. 1 Y RENT OR .II. air conditioned,
M.l olrt.. OWNER: 1M3 Chevrolet Sur l5SOnlmar.CHb.OIsdf00550kInd 1.1
Rudy ..
INDUSTRIALENGINEER WoolIcr la21 5. MoaoriaI. LMLA 81" I lASTER: 51406105 kitt.oo"SBroko I. .V.WASHER VACUUM CLEANERS. reoun., rteondllltnod .-. Sport coBvartlble. full pawer. o! ..1... .I.nl _kl.. "0 5101. .10 il50015a 010b0 beautiful.. Florida three _. lltlnt.

\ MU 8-4107. old tog b.o.-tolo.4. 521p,000.tVONio Oraufuld Beotrle. 3IJI ClevelandHtlihle po. bu..1 teila. auloraalla .... 'par.. Jmt a ,. .. fro' APARTMENTS allfurnlehad room ..
mI0I.. OB the .,. radio. 1.11con.. Sort,115,5 men. SIS weekwo 81-17'
I. .
I rl.COIN... 1..lI.nL Laundrlea. 1..lnn 40 ."hor.I..... ''PUPI PUREBRED Enillih OIlS.. TROUBLE? l.d. MU 11 h..tr.... and U.1 new .u.. N-307.II" b. eouotry home' Th0E5 BEDROOM. .. 5000(1*.
t. .. FNBBOUth tpartmon Limos ,
111.7110J h.'J: 0rIono;; Wool., ooUloo, rat .rlo. torepherde alo. 572 .U.,. aoj-ss'25.. "1'd. II 17 W. 1
LAROB PHOSPHATE MINING Clip This Ad _
Ion. II..UOJ "' 10050(0010 .othl, B FLORIDA AVB' -1310 SoFt 1"
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AND PROCE8SINO OPERATIONS 510. 0., ",. .r.o.. aIo Uk aoultp of like conditionedepace TWO 11000006 loon foe
SLIHTLYDAMAGED
LOCATED: IN CENTRAL FLOR LAICILANOS FINEST moil deIUH SoloS Clhuauu. COD"approvalwlnie and call 688-0558- for a .0... Shop 111* la to 132 Hotels, Apart. flosses 05 Posts. .t ..
FlorId' 10.
coin operated laundromat Ilo '"los. .o Rd O.uo.
IDA HAS A PERMANENT: : OPIN. .
NO FOR A GRADUATE INDUS For health ........ 111 Edie. .. O. ... s. c. TREE" Service call roll M 1-14. New Poll T'O. kulldln.. Perfect ,001h. M 1113. .
.. PARK AVENUE 0001.1. ctnttr 51tOn.
00010 D" .Ik Por.1
TRIAL ENOINEER: TRAININO Ml FORD Ranch WIIOB. III I. *. 0... Bill .. Uka For clean llv TWO OEDROOMS. I" .o.u.
PERIOD: WILL REQUIRE: MAN TRAILER: 'AaK. a. 0 90000. 4 Beginner and on any Maytag Washer 'I 96] 14 refrlgerator.freeler .Under. radla and healar flood partluoa apace to ran reoulreS I.I. Low nootnly W.I., weekly. dill.- 110 .' ., C.I NU 8-3:

TO WORK IN DRYINO Aj BHIP- 10011,,. ..d .... 5 'dro.m kou. Intermediate ndltlon. Trailer hltrl. SloAn m.nt. W. P000. TROLl : bath.
for .
Classes retired
r. and
Good till tw
PINO DEPARTMENT: AS A SHIFT on It* urn."MOOwT'wri'ti'Tioi ( April 15th). combination with freezer atOhs run ar *390 down sod onus I. Itok. .. Food available .rkI I.... .IDR. .

FOREMAN FOR APPROXIMATE: M-31, Likiland 044... I I bottom value .,"' ... *..M71. '.13 in .Prld..r-. .. .. dowatowa .-
LY II TO I* MONTHS AND Retai .
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THEN MOVE TO NEED OPERATOR: for majorcompiny all FOR SALS 130 Model A two Hlthwar 17rota 1111 per mewl M.
THE
INDUS MAYTAG WASHERS 400. 1250 ( buys It or nlAOI 133 Mobile '9n.THalI.
boO Nosief
airvlce "
union
TRIAL ENOINEIRINQ DEPARTMENT 'm.1I DOG OBEDIENCE .1 motor. I. .IU. Halfwaruw
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: OR TO A SUITABLE capital rewired. ISl-OSSi or.I.hlo I make payments of $1029 M 1-3. H. split 1.1 ha .* toe BEDROOM hoot l am.l.
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PRODUCTION OPENING: WILL 0053335.IOEITAURANT Completely Re-Built UI CHEVROLET Impila four auM l lo NO", aha*. B. Vi..P1000. MU .
SpoBeorod by the winter HIVMRecnatloB with no down .
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CONSIDER RECENT ml
ORADUATE mont aalato
EQUIPMENT: pay d.r. automatle IranimlailonitetrlBl al. CLEAN TWO bedroom kouet,
OR AN ENOINtER WHO HAS aad auilntu Enellent location boot for $3}.M ... an* broom. air 10" voosomo I L onp501. Free Rent. .1... Is. .0100. 000005110005.03S .

HAD BOMI EXPERIENCE IMTHS th tood booboo lolna now ...dIUoed. tinted llui. new 505.3045.I29FSrSIBhSd. month. baiilra II watt

I CHIMICAL INDUSTRY Bear II...... .u-tow, IM.485* MON NIHT. 7:30: I.. .s'oonor. low m lean. A p.I."to ,,
"' including all parts and lator Phone 682-0161 .. 17 ",'lachen Parkway Apartments Free Towing. .
I SALARY COMMENSURATE WITH OEMI.OEflPED coopI. .ononlon- NEW: TWO SIr .
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE II.. wm ...rlll.. far brA Of'br. .. (except motor timer 5o CHEVROLET Impalaoor t.o Ann arkl' Larac.roome .ndl
WI.' ,
IXCELLENT: OPPORTUNITIES: 5.1111. ..".."tt. Bitl ... 00,00S hr"p. power .lorl,.. FURNISHSD OR .. ..1 11 April Ittatril illtct. K.. Harru, *..oI00 -
FOR ADVANCEMENT: APPLY IN 10110.Od(0rO'5lpOctIo..psrl.0R01. Wlt1 rUMI sto and Cabinet parts) OOD USED rr..rlr. II |.000cr 'r.k. rodlo beam *>t ate bath entrance.. 1170* Florida. moil altr .. .0.
WRITINO STATING AOl, IX. Loratfd on H ihw.r *aiear "' 00 0:5: i fael with Ilb. r..com 1 appmn. .0 C.l MU |. sIlos monthly Naao* l Apart1 mod.ra mobilhtmt park 'll.CHOICI
PERIENCI: EDUCATION AND W.uch.la. PRoipecl 1.7m .REao 0. olde ,,.riorot. MU i or MU 1. MU 1-444* ull

ALARY REQUIREMENTS: : TO 9 Day Warrantyon '1 VOLKSWAGEN"sos UPPER TWO btdroomt, U'lu dri ."" ....O.lsra10oIl. noch tod.

NDUITRIAI RELATIONS Olio Automobile livestock STEREO THEATRE nod broS.. r..m. iitcnta. .1. I..Utl.
aervlce Builnen neUiprok. wIllIS katA otdar aloatuar bulldlnt SELECTION O. S aol B
PARTMINT. AMERICAN:, CYA.NAMID ... 11000 SIO 000 doan. 1 all part replaced. REPOSSESSEDThe tr.ilr, bil' 0. .wor, I.' ." .tut. Adulla '1-4 "..1. 51050006 HONA. I 110 sodA

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COMPANY .RIWITIIR
PLANT. IRA OLE,.. PLORIDA.: 11..1.... earner near BtaritowaJ3 PIOI. READY to SIN 51233.OIRVICS I MOT ana sod IT'S ALL NEW 1.110. 505.5 nut Florida rtome
ApAaTINT.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY E... "too. CN.ins. ...h. Phona .0 I" J1. Note: finest of Its kind Big MAN 501OoOvoomu U.n.. .t.hl.. 'ur.pl. old .... partlr lurnlihtd Call
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PLOY ER. Trailer Park. approx 4Vt torn WELCh: OILDINO _.. BrIdhi. 'H atAdrt.b.p Look 5. I.u Maw Drive Out Today To Mtl Old Baaltor 1917 I. .
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TV .
stereo record OO0.bt..O .nl... .1.. oM-4101 tat .
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Gdl. 8737.IXTANIC.Wtb W have and used '
new hoolor. I. .
player AM.FM radio Takeover I .I. .00" FURNISHED: (CiRCLF! M
Horn. 191 oOO Will Boar Sad nabla. APAHlMENTS ..
tradiCoffe. Call part for makes. 0 nr 0 -. -- .
.rld. u MU mot low balance on small 1- TRIUMPH R.od.bio. Soon- MO 0-1505 To Bb&

PRODUCTIONSUPERVISOR Shop. 14000.JOHNI.BRENNAN. 24075 Wi. ., ., MOBILE I HOMEThis
monthly paymen'witb I. lo 1. COl 005
I' HALF MOROAN half tuarter your ..1. G oondlHoB. ..oa_ UDR. no.ooa5. THREE BEDROOM CBS
CLEMENTSAPPLIACE off
and Wntern. .t.o.t
mo.I.Uo Co trde. 52 REOAULT po10Is.. Week't
.II. fSlsbsWod, Special
1 soc
ho. .1 MM hoot 01. CoIl 1M .050-3402. I katba. awalB window 5,00.IOrao..Oodoro .
Call 682-0161 :11 Nkw
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Rill tor-LMLA-r-eM-4103 _
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1110 CHaYL Yo. la IB atulato toodiuoa
MAN 25-35 years old to 92 Wonted, rots 91 .. t. sloos. Coil. 50' i W ROYCRAFT month I..permanent ".onl. .
Lv'Ik TV BAROAINS Completely MU '

supervise! production line in 65 Msrlgagti ;;;; I Phone 8 bll. and luarenteao S3* ** Bad.'i7 'JI. $4995 417S Howard. MU 04110. _Realtor..UU I
: A non d.l" .01110 05, Initalialloa ClvRLr lott. IF YOU'RE
Salary
manufacturing plant 01,1. WIll toP -On a 11 $ .
'I beet a
BUY BUILD, .Mil refuunc PIIA p. .b "'o : boos ; BOW 1501
based experience 00000. dt 1. .O 00060110554. West Arlana St.
Da
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sod VA D.I. N 8-03. .
morltitu Plret Morblaia MONTGOMERYWARD : TWO BEDROOM ...
and qualifications Prefer Corn, ., Florida. ION 0 Plorlv A..d.I._. CooS IU 0'I. .1. Open 7 Days I I PM.CLOAS ..ooptod. I "lo'.hld.
do ... MU -3117. MERCHANDISE N .1. 1 PONTIAC NooRorIbbIs. C.l :1.
man with minimum of two ,. ".. Auotop. SoIl .5000. THINKING POUR ROOM boo... 1005 Ponbo.
LOCAL BASONED: let morlaiw ORSON PORNICA 015-l.a Ill for_ Phone MODERN fvralahed boaeaallora >, sSf 0.0,14.000
t
yean college and proven 13000 to 1000. For to.lormatlo I 0004 _diU... aol .il.r. 54240I.dI.O 870.'U aoltaael. Oood UvlntooadllloBe. e. 0.0004. -
t llcvclet Motorcvcloi 5101. .1 AMIIICAN: Automatle .0
record of supervisory experlenct pheaa 552.5353.OLORTOAO5 .b. Ullllllea turnlehadk
4 t _
and training Ex-1 LOANS. A complete TIUMPI AND ,....b. 0'" Installed Fencing FOR SALE. m.d ",..11 ..1.dIAna ..D. .al.. eon Sn.3017. '1"1 weekly aU- AI. .CO..DITNI o. aulltrarport 000N.
1,0,1.0. Convwllonal FMAVA Sod Ru, .h.I.. $ .
loialadlea .
ceUent benefits Mail .... term low In"" .., ra. modolo. .... II'otrt.50400 .tarhS.. LINK hone .MU t-iots. 1"11. 1504 BUIci Riviera hardtop. 0 i el.np. check the ONI BEDROOM '.r."ho trail- .. C..I.. pat .,

resume of personal data 10.... ConilrucUon. ...... Real .05.5 Cnl. or. ... uo'"M loop I. See al '3 Baal Mi. .rant C'I WH. PhoBt M-M7I. 7 .
Lkl..d CAIN AD.IRAL I
f. I wealth
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raining, experience and and Debt ConwlldaUon Improvement loiniMortinea Weet ..0.M1-I1M .. 11.010: ..dl.MU 3'al" AUCTIONFor c lit t OM"Help 035 000. BEDROOM L.h.: .trtllar .with,. ..TWO 0.0010. Ion BEDROOM,. rard Chlldraa frame. IM

alary requirements to Dl- urchaaed. LlkelencMortlMi dealers only in Lake- Wantedcolumns ,undrr .t MOI 0o0. Located oe>d Boa wo.
Antlqun lt.
ELECTRIC .I.b.
Cory. ms South Tin 9 Belut. PRIOIAI.
rector' of Industrial Rela. ...... A....., U-171 Oood aondllloalldln .. land0 Florida Nol Florida. _. Ro. all Ctmaaa Road fntot

0 Lakeand. ,THRU DRAWER: Wl nut rheiti. CALL MU 25103FOR D. Apartment 11, Lake! Fret Chicken' Dinner See for kind aNI BEDROOM trailer an .1-14.
tiona P, Box 447 iiAll. Wl ladvi mall uaiuual Walnut Morton Apartmenu, C..lle your lIon blotS to itarot, .

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Opportunities'
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139 Unfurnished Hi.snAOMOM 144 Acreage Lots fer Salt M.. kNOW tU1t1 III. NO '" ""AI.Ni. OUT *U. HMIA
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MOQI IINQ ON IT UNO HAVSIT
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... 1S3 Homes For Sale 153 Menses Fir Sale
UP Mem ON DSCKIN
CLOt.' TWO bid,... ". A.. ECOQALM0V1 TIoIIIT 16. AND //'IOf All CLOQGtO
ply 1424 1.111,1.. $= ICl4? 11 iVi wmI I..IiITHIiR' TWENTY MWUTWf
I 5 BAND NOW HAV& IT : \
PROM eollon. two HOME SITE PUMPED OUT B'4'
oloik. from Hl.k ..h... MMMoDOMld = 7 BRICK HOMES
TOMQRBOW MOOW
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ftU month CHI HB loll I..'.... hUWoI t.... Easy Living

MarUa alter s or MUirdtrMkoni 5180012 on two ''''00. Un.... I.nd.mr .. These SELECT BRICK
..... with tek I blvii .
Ml1.& ,, A\ a .I. prico
TWO BBDROOMMUM ntNluinlHita. 51rA5phi. I..do.04001 :.!! r''11101>. p.m.nto 1.05 th.n r. Homes art for IMMEDIATE .

iar4an _... Ml TOOl? m.... P000. ....alto. Ill film 1.10101 71012. dIolol IISlOth. read
.od.
month. ol BMlo toad.. Oil I n oto. totathori I OCUPAC.
NU .... > ..mi and J batki .. norut VIa.. Feltr8lncludo ,
I. .20' Pamilr room Mparatom
roll PALl o. .. SNo 55410512 LAND ml .1 houw. lIST Polo, 2 Baths and Din-
ottan Ii tho n... 113-1134 M-I ,hool dl.irlol. Toul prlco pal. Forid
080,41104 ,. We hknamall or lank ...... at 'II,7M. RO-tllS. Ing lo as $430
land ream TVt solos to 1000aim. ;;
0101 400000001 .ettaeojj. Bone of It priced below down-FHA and NO DOWN
dre0011id Wator la.I.I". R...
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.IU&otlvS .... .. Wlntor _.. Cleveland PAYMENT VA. LMLA.

lor 0542040 ,..... ...... .1... BUILDING LOT11I'.m' Hgts.

441dOLTO 0 1..1.'. Utolo 0011.0.. ....., FURNISHED

T'\I $401001. "- ......, ..... .1.. 00000' lot "or 1..1. .... In .ulol OD' irIOn'.

4.11044.011.w.toIa.. 1.qW.. 1133W..t .4.. ..001. ThIs ins ho12011400k REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE _REAL ESTATE REAL (STATfi 1 -mf TE I'1010101 s.lstbOr000d.I, 00012040010 I 004,..810001.rnmlol .. 111..... Nice 2 BR, CB home like


Iin: 011... ...... 0700000,4 11'1. porob new and fully furnished for
lillY mm* MUlHr haute Btreat. BUSINESS LOTS 14$ Firms, Creves, (BRC.SI 147 Income Property IS) )Jlewiis Fir Sole 153 Homes For Sale 153 Hems fet Sal. 0.11 510.000. &II..1LCasual

yard 100 month *;O--:: : Pour to-iita lou wIth E-J on*. only $8.0- only 2 blocks

In.. Bouuutde .t our Raid and THRU BBDROOMB It* kath.FlarMa DPI TO oil toe kkd Ulnetiwp outside city near NorthsldsElernentry
III PAIRWAT. II... Lake FOIble hoahs 5p la railroad. Bell Ill w DDFLIX Juil Ililod. al otMltlpnpd.feorod ktdroOM homo, funtltkre 55.FOIl. .'

Two Rent bId,0012 or ule.02002 MU ho.S.JTM.. DID_. part. Hake u ...... ....- $,, 10 A.aietpuonally Lakalrant .1 homo,. homo* .,..prlvtn ..-. .... nlrotl-...,.... In LaktlandCB. ono yard room Rtal Ill....... Ik kery troll 1031 Mtvllle Avenue 1 1i BUYS OF Charm School Ro

bOll dork. TI... modi! 1 hod....... tilt bath Florid dmnbli Mcalloa. call Ml l7214'iit8i'RlWOS4.d..l0 i ,"' Oekulnk liability I. the lire 136.

FOR BOWl Three hodroom.10 J.C.BYRDREALTOR Viltncia Prick 170000 31* room oavtrod paila. and ear- notl ar altar I p ... MJ-49J4 Ihroo I kedroomi that will take DISTINCTIONNEAR panned Funny room ..olold
bathi. ".Ih" ". SIM p>r month pals lor PolIo lid.. Bnxllinl location
'0.... woNton POIl tmaamatlpk. and ...1. bodi Wnmnk ....... pttlo tkd convorttuan-tUt Itvlmom .
W H WIW.... Knllor. Oil mar hotpltal and Mrdl. ........ m hoooluk sod tlemtntarr ichoolAcrou SbOd000l$50004ol.IlsstO4 SHOPPING
.n.hl. holt
yaur NEW .1
....laJ.. 10 A. ...\.. ..... 111104101l1lcts IsO Aria Bulldlni 1O-2143. ho.. if Wa OaFS atviral tholca ilreel Irom ....h..t for uia ai k den II ..

TOIL. 110110O. 1..0 both Orovt Park ctkter II14J7I orop 111.100. 31" Southildo lacatloki arallable Junior Hlkh WMI wlndMr Mrul ', 1'0 kalha. The yird
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V.,. 0...... .,uohol0. .U "Ult AltOclatU ...... tea OlMk, Builder. M3-IP33 A oil Bo lh Lincoln Aeenue. Modrlindtr GOLF COURSE .. .ho.. and prlvtlo Loclleijut II Yr convenient to this
t I. Dttarkarh 4IJ-7MO H. w. STOCKARD corutructlon. Full Inlormt, HalUnkiwkMk. BR home with 2
TWO IIIDIWO_ kllchtn xulpp ro..IOIo dtilin. land mottkM'taiutructlan Llkk new I bedraomt with' lam 01 1 nie
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4 a. Ptrmenter M1-UM4 SI A. ProdiwiM tro.i. I bid ond Ion Mil after 4 5 0. klla010' 1034
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d un Cut Umon, Ingttm11J wrilci ilnn room, CBk en corner lit Florida Room Din-
room hoiut Rttlrimcnt .
but .....oa. Phoni MUus _1I..t alua lot 01Hideaway REALTOR 987. 'ltRii. D i ii Iramt houitDeep Priced below 11 market at 17. > ,

.-0.70. IJIOOo Sold '."11" BY OWNER 11000 ..... Ml. well Shaded lot. :loo front- SOS 00. Good tinantink Thu log Room, Double garage
:; .....,. mould nil 50105t7..40lto "
pevtd Home
ho en .IJ-Ilee
flninrtdt
p loa kedroom CB
UIlFI00 a orttfd Adultl l Vnlr .r't; ,. TMacaluw PRICE REDUCED 40 :' spswo. ... WfllIooiC hOmo, Ideal location Near 0.... APARTllCINT 1I0UII tot ..01.Putal.hld. toll, HO-1IIO.
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Btallor. MU J-2J7i ... : ., AsburnO wo 7.40000 'ark' ..U.... churohu achool 101104. At.bI. Edgewater Drive is near
Highway 60. 35 acres with Jim Poll.... J, ..I..t.. do.......... .........n all Iouth 010,1,1. NEAR and Style Wards and Sears
A 0000.' 0.s lIOd000F. I? O Floyd simmtrainn' Jr lOll Mocklnkbird 1..... phon. new Shop
REAL ESTATE 290 fronting highway. Formerly 11.1005. 5100,000, lOW doll n[1 I. Florida Avt MU 1-3113 nB..1J1I for ......1..1 LAKELAND Tkoniuhlr nodira and aiuaovily with
ping
priced it 122500. Now Brtneh Office TWO BEDROOM C$, furnlihed NO DOWN PAYMENT dlffarmt (rim Iho aorncamplok $24,5 tr.
'130 A. "oduel.. 0.... and I IlUu I -RN-708.
I"" 1131 I. Ollkndir MU 1-01U 57 000 Low .... ..,m..t. 550m0015. A ol 4 kidroomi
142 Condominium Ait*. offered for quick .al. for 300.0000 3012 ...... Inituln 710 Norm .... YACHT CLUB la o.. wink PI Uil kouu.

only $19,500. Excellent a30 A ProdIwlo. 00.8000 ...... 141 Wotkrfrerit Preperff 410001. ISk-JMS pk pew let ,..9i vely.. Ftrouil 4 ktdroemit llnrt, Ltrit I lull Fit tillDome. ..lilt work larraal ariaa kP d la Informal anothir llvlaiid wlniiparaiid .. COUNTRY LIVING

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30% NEW THREE btdroom CB. two Iron tacit ottiir kllUkral
term,
Ctnual h.al aad air
bath doublt cirport, eornty Itt ALL BRICK HOMES nauoa aad a wida hall.
... Niar Colleaa. tohtoU aad'Houthiale. tight In with shade
WINDSOR ARMSCONDOMINIUM SACRIPICB C I D All tlbtkJBBO ,
n. Carletoa S17 405 kk iloilnaTOO ..>?. Ifllolant iwtral hiaunijd two
3 ktdroom ao..l atom, .... Set loday movk Ikwmorrow. .
d. u.aii7 Mollnk. Moduli* prlud wm rees and seclusion -
R.B. (Bob) McKINNEYRealtor JOHN 1 BRENNAN ho.... I7MO Coo ar tarmi $11,515.LAKE annu, ral
La... lou from MIS. |* ail .. REDUCED IJOOO, motlnk Call'omit $56.36 d.I".o IIoUO.I.A Matures include 3 BR.. 2
wick dtra. Croom A .IVoohMHidraway. will .....11101 two bod- DEESON
REALTOR 688-4103 S HUM Nona mom h.... ptrfHt tondltlmiIdeal Par moktk Florida Room doue .
APTS. M M01 Bat
308 So. Kentucky MU 3.1102) on _1M. and witorl loritlon. Cleetland htlihtt lI.h..h.n 111101 at III fI..t MORROW large fenced-
octlok. For 113 000. II told by ...u diwa ptrmokt II kwy IRis I0.IOIIoIly .ur.lthld 4 pon 011 carport,
".j muit- Innillaato thlt wondtrlul 00 rr-L&"kolronl.: II mlltt wt.1 April lit Own.. 813.IUa. u .itkp ....1. kow tudtt eonttrtieUok 3 bod'...., Florida room, builtintrhtn 1.1. LMLA in yard with Shuffle Board
147
ooncopt .( ll.lnk lAWlIld..ot Income Prop.rtyTWO .1 LkktUnd .. Ltkt HttehlnihaLail TOO._"
Arna CondomlDKiai Apartmfkta lot for lIt. at kuoo. HUH I IRLL OR tridi.. thru kedroomCB : ', 14 kallti" air tondlUMirdood Call 1 I.JI.or MO S-IT5S Court and modem kitchen
h..... luralihtd landicaptd Mrntr lot IISMOOO.
.. Carport
windiorLoratod and dry Con by bolt w Kli.Immoo
bcatwl at.. S11 DUPLEXIS ifouy apart.mtkU MIamI. Or will t,.... I.. ho... In PortLaudordalt WSI takt mobllt homo III with dishwasher -
Jill' 52.05 Irorawuthtal DESIRABLE ) kllchrnt furnlihtd All or R C. Lolo trod". Coli 10' 1I.n \0- Pice
Cnttr,' In ... R. L. Oardntr. B. L Bnko py Bud or Hollywood. MU .- IMPERIALINSTRUCTION
llupplnk ctndltlonod. .II.n' rot.,. .. d.'. at with -
Mart pi ._U..' aoulkildi HOMESITES "ilnnnt Ph... aaa-oeal. .tit II DlrlTi Retlly, loll But 1.03.TO FOR BALS T tLRI $18.9 ter.

mldantltl. "'... apartnunta artairwd Main kt Phont MU l-..U3APPROX'MATELY ShOtS 041105. be I..U.KOIII. R..2.SCOTT
kuilt and nod for aceupancr :Lakeland Highlands Large UPLIX DU.CXI in nry plo I or I...,. .....,t,. Oooo CO.. NEAR LIME kedroomt. kath and half
artai
ilkhborhood hardwood noon, acrn anUna larit two tlalM
tt amw "'.. 008 ... .... L.k. JO II. Lab.,..., 41,1,0. delhI,0l.g.. 0.. 10thottlollor INC. b"hu.. Oirmkit
mon In ... ". Taktapartment lotS 20 or more full bearing lIr .dIU. _trio bosh .p.rtm.n' Two I 0.4001.rn STREET SCHOOL Florida c..r. .
can .tonty clatat soon rtnm ...drolrl..I0. rautllul two bedroom homt. 7| all ko. Rp. Are 100 AIM cletn lot
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II lor lutwct. marsh seedless .. eattam Inr..... ..I ho. 50.04.00RO4IDINCI :
lilt bath grapefruit doublt otrportrait kna k bypolntmtnt Mill SSSI41Sroom 3 ktdroom, Urn kltohtn IHtUi '1.0. Call MU 3-3811 O pel KELLYRealtor
two Mf ktdronOM .. ..mbl..'. Winl oomlthlni only Contact H C PARTLT Il1011hod. tcrtonrd north. ilrondltlontri Will 141* Street.OPEI .
wIth kullt In ...( ?. .ftr. ?".U laritIKlnl ,-", and Valencia oranges. .Ira. this la It. 0g.... ....1001 Uii, R. t. 0.'.... ar B L. 110I".10'. 10114-lU. 15000. 00en 'I sr. ....n..1 ntlibbor.pod. 130
rotPJ-dlnlnf 100 Priced Knkt. Dirk Realty, 1011 I MalkMU l010motlo ...h.. p11. .Oth LMLA
at only $5500. Termsif h Cbttptr Uaa. ..... RO
iwludlnk ranio and nan W PRONTAOC wlltt two horn. .
kltchM 1120.. k ,
lllJ 0010 Ponoid heIloI.1lIr
diurnal, rrtrlftrawr. ...h..- desired. Located In Industrial tonlni niMrductd I ,odl U.olnoo 0,110.1 Or. ho,,. 3 IT'S COTTA GO! OM. 213 S. Tennessee
drr.r. ant ....bI.., area pltnty for ..''rb ..I.. Lcahinltor. THRla BEDROOM houM. Built.in I hodoo.. I toll till b.th.. Cbs.Il .
ol ........ oinlral hiat and alyoondltlonlnl 710 north M...,, 'I3- kiichin Uooo Locutd I mint '' 420,10 a 000. .111. Lore.ll0l0 110O d ow.10I1m.'O VII 10 SCARCE AS MU 2-3195
earpptlnk throiuh- West Belvedere. Lot 85' x '..Ifl.DICLUX.. _Norm al *0, ok. 301 I. crotma.tt 00". dI.ln 0009 04 .thold. 05-SIlo. .. TOo,. ..... !

0." foVSppTtSk1k"ud'nklJ2 40', price $5500 with terms eoUTH8ID. ..ao'lm.alIn Owntr MO I-I79I. '15112,1. 'Ullt, roo. C0sld.. Iwo hobbs, kullt-lk kltflltn. HEN'S TEETH Bob Shore MU 2-M2T
II,. Oral loostlon aOI.a03 01,1I'oo BY owna. o. ....tll.1 1.4. 0.4. I... ....1 010511. h_. or.oad ctnlrtl htat tad ilr candl.oalnk -
an olovatof. Pl*l? al parklnk.mlnlkium or cash. T..o 101 .. ._... lap .aulttntu .-h.a. ilr conditional twa both., Gold Medal- ,' .UIIU... fIr -.Uo. No .,_. Cuiora drapaa inudod. orldk room. carport I.... lotUna. -5
ol homo, and ..... ...n, Sylvester Road AlItr I phont MO f-1331 Ion all electrlt h.,.. Centrtl OIl' "'01. 0.. 0104 $00111 11II... Only M.100. no-nil. BOGER TERRACE Paul St. Clair MU 8-3898
pthar flnt I....... roo will ... corner lot, FIt and air eondltlonlnl Throe 0,04 CI..I.n' 5I.bohIo M.o CALL MO "" 00

..,ar_ U Had .\th thla trpa 100' x 110'. $4500, cash orerms. KTIRtMIKt BPICIAL Nt. tan old. Priced to nil. Set 0.C allU WIlIso Ano. nil MU .nao
of ll. nk It wm ... worth .our ca duplik. Itittldai p>rtlallurnlihid Lett. loll Bait II.... Pnonenonli I., ....I.lm.nt. RETIRE AND
to InttatlkaliKO10TO prar itoroi, bun ko .
olttrt AubsodoIW0
timt and Ont ktdroon apart.mtntt OIl, lain klj-ms 7-4.HH NOW TWO hodroom ho... Byod. FISH South Off Young Place" HOMES BY

alM a>.n.... .n tint or AVB BIVIRAb ... ilEA UTIPUL alv ioN year old lot 18110"1. 1000Pl4OPt. 1100 mm 4 imnooMBfOK
mlrnutl
try aktlront h..... Ploblo.. I.. II".. 00110.11100.1
iwlmnina. l4 sn.o
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...... For furthtr intoulato I btdroom, CBS Sob
wcond floor R.B. (Bob) McKINNEYRealtor Incomt prontttltt Im boillne at hark door ...1.. .I.d.... lull UI. h.1/I FHA MANAGER
Information and .. .DPOlrtB.nlW .alt. Owntr. eaa-i.oa I 1IDKOOMS > DINt .... S auttkid porchlt, floor
... call at TOUT ..,II..' pa>- Thru or four bedroomi. Florida 10.0.400 SIr.es. ......od .or.00.lrd ru'..... .1. ,000lll.nd. ...... NE/OMES/ !
.. $051110'Oculuil' 1 ,...Ion". Till 308 So. Kentucky MU 3-1102 Within ont Mock of pacblnilint reaeonably ar t... '''011.. home .ontb ...., s I.. IowSpsypt Top SouUliMi loratlok 'ont Morkfrom U Lob Parku. Only II MO $100 DOWN

paved .!root.. furnlihtdII I. trada IM-OII4 COO ho .8on dolOp .1 SIt. .0111 Loki 50111. ....nO. Ttrht Tsr5. 1001117.INCOME.

1, rinttd All thrta. 17800. ..... Pot 1.lo.U. .all J.r" 44... Club, toll and Unnli M..... krdronm DELUXE MULTI ..... ...1.. homii In all Ion.uoni .
'lulaar12o0mor.tholIWTrtm. dl. CY -1111 o. Don WI.... IIUJO: two full tllpd bolOs BAT .
BARGAIN .. .11.0491 ISO Mlscslloneeui CY 3.4433 _...1 .,. ....dlll..I.. ... PROP. CoatploUlf KdooorawdlMonUili
La... do-hI..or lot with la... -' iiii- AND Oarornls I low ai $00.loop .
Mallni, loyir family HOMES IN BRICK
BARNES BRAND NIW. O. .holoo CI._ r aw allloo or call.
DICK ,,
Oa* In
Near I
10410.111110d
THRKI IItmROD\\ ...... h.." .. 000. III 104111,5. .ItPOt. ERTY NEARSOUTHGATE
I.nd 101. O.b 1101y
0015010 sIr
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$ ODIr HMO For \0 pour 101. Pboos IIU I- raw, ntwly palpttd. tornty lot.
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Realtor LMI.Atotl Ikapeotltkl" ..r4 rndI04004 75-0 bOArOO,0. POurIdS Itrua trail A roomy atlfattlvtornt BLOCK. KIDS WALK TO
WHY PAY T.
ill hath led h.lI. Dolo R.TUCKERJr.REALTOR
005.7103 .
P1. .
5. In .11..1 oondltlon DtalIrorl .
MORRIS'"RISTERRealtor HALF ACRB lott Trilltr. "..Ud.In. b' a" It"n..wood ..d oto.'
I.. ,. .. oy th,.... your krokir ttrtctm Dupli. Pooh unit I BOTH SOUTHWEST
lilt. ...I.Im. alt "U I-
Mint f.' Wlpdioc ArmiaondoBlalutk I |3I down Newitlnuhed .
Bxelualt 1134CRYITAL Aipilkblt' I. bctlltnl Moss bodr....... lot... room. both
apanmtnlk 11'-111' $60.0001WHY ? houii, acrt lot. MJnoMta ;- I.... ',onl 1000,0.4 porch huk ..
or OIe.13M ... SCHOOLS AND 311 P. II. Are. L.bslssd
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"A Pra..lI..d UKI UOO d. oo .rch, car.t I..U'.1 all..
Roal. 151048.104O' ... .. Two h.d.room. WO M1JI ,, 0117 5.7173
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.1. no I 00,304. MOo.. "t sow Ca.Ill ,... Fret-op ,..
143 Mobil. Home lets 00 40111.01, ooadlllo.od.Ior 00,754.4. .. .. R.k.1 .t SOUTHGATE SHOPPING P'A., $00,011? M.M..

U ACRES WITH PAY. FOR COLORRD OM laTH e. p.k..10,12 "h..l. u.J.aa 110.1O ...000 00. 500 11451 lO.aI03.H. ..

3 BR HOUSED STRirr WeST OF WIBITtR I 31000001 CO hoo., oo.p101.11 OPEN HOUSE

THREE 3 AND 4 BEDROOMS 1300 DOWN 1 0101121 4 W..ds, lIt 1 SMI Clmltn Hihti lltt.ruhloaiblt L. (Shorty) Palmei. MEL RUDY RETIRME HOME

EXTRA LARGE el town., I acne-20 yean TO PitA QOALIPIID BUYKRS W.b.h ,,.... 1314 Coolr.o. \ Realtey LMLA W.I .4 dtsorauuo.
old. t 10,0 3 ,..ro old BUnce $40.0001WHY S droom tateutm .. .
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LOTS of ..,.... in paitiita and MIL RUDY REALTOR 1S11 B THRIE BKDROOMS toe klthlttnlttl block aur Ukt Molllnkiworlh S04 B Tenn A... LMLA REALTOR lilt .alo.,5 10110' 1.
TRAILER whole parcel accou to pivcdroadi MEMORIAL ....110' AWVT1UI1S1 *PlS5dl IF. Itmll v....... Wtll'ta-wtll carptllnirtroitoi Joe T UMWIII ...... r 01.. .. .r"'d I.b
SEE CHI idiot Fault with T room Low down paymint MU I. and ..... lurnllurt. Nt" ..1..01... MORTGAGE BROKER ..al...I I..r t.. lilt W.I
R Tuckw, J'. Realtor MU JtO.. 1515. .....11..., IUI purl .b MU 1..113 05ISIS.I. .
01 ,, I .... POt. "U .1131 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. IOU 1
05012 ..... 011...
LOT #28, #27, #4 1-7171 ar ....1... kt MU t-3too PAY 040 00W0 540 uonlO hi" I,. 10,4 Ie 0. 2ooo. ... P' La I .
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686-4107 time
Real Estate UclionjeHIOHWAY tOdpoum boll.. 00140 4105. A.Ct '. Po. I nr.'m.U. .h. 0. dial any C01 BYRD -
,.. 8w112 ...IOIDI.. Iorokor,. Wlnlty NtvM IcollMU 9011UOWNER ., _
on Reynolds Road JUlt 145 lull.... rreperry ._ ..I """ A'.
$20,000 TRADIr, PAVE ho.. I..bol.ndW.n' u. .. .1 .__..: .ATn.' .
South 01 Crystal Lake Dr. I boulO Lot...... C.II 77. TWO; BBDROOMB, ittwiy' dara SALE 1re1I"tl at510 .
TAMP RIOHWAY 1M t 42I1 I ,. 01 oi: .. .
'U' 1. 02'80t211. I dolly. "loci. 050 0. 00. KEEP C -
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$1495.00 0...ir winla alley. Job BrekRiellar 0000.. Solo .._n'kl'. &oot WII' Sm.Il' down r. I. ",.r..k 053-0005
Ill 114 W.., Mall It. HOMI. builntu. Flv. payment kwnik wayl J. C. .U.IO"
....., ..od... 01.. kedroom, 204 PI'.n.oUTNAID" .k ... ho iiMimor ......* will I .NOW.1144, and Iniuranct ; ....
$150 Down $25 Month 4.50101071.01. COMMERCIAL.' When For $19,500.00 .bath Olllct. Por city or 5. SU- $ $405 d..n 70.;; o* Fkrktr Raid .. Medulla i iitiret .I mi ....11..1. ctatrtlly air con.. t laiot Uirto atdroem. I:
Pduittlel .. III*. Ml artM MfRudy 2020.IALOOlllnd..roIrh0.p.2. .....roo.. 1..0 h.th C. h.... Plo.r'd. kedroom, tilt SIlt Ik horn'I dliuuitd. prick hpaii, Idially l.. k..II.1..niw.. Ctnlral km and :
Phone ....IIG'. 1131 .. M.morlil ro.... II.ar 50h001 0...... with carport ind utility .. i. n......, 3 bod roo... t lull tmbatlii. coadltlonid.torr Mulhildi I KM CLEVELAND HIS.
...*. kM4107VSN 500.0504OWN.0 nice lot iDr.roumii.lr 10..180' P...,. ,
hodroom 0 .n I'aoro. lormal dlaln* room. I.... 0..Ihorto.0l. PItA. POon.OoIldlr
6824115 100' hoop 90,0 pprdiel WOOO. lao k monlt Florida room, kited- 0,0.5 ho... with' 1btdroomi
INDUITRIAI. TlACT 043In.kesS5 You can buy a x Convol h..ltn ODd ..IroondUlo.'DI. orrlu .roo ho4r.olI Traniua MUa. I. pantl'd 505-0434. .I..h.
CHI Etrl
TOPS wIll k.h, CII ho"'. leroon" 00. ptrm.nl. .a full. toulppMl With built-n .h"'h.a. ipaoltulllvink
Poodo. IP0100lSItllp .1A. Dwop two
.. .,'.. er MU S-717J. .. dimwaihtr ti,.- tnd .,' .. ...'.
0.. RlOh..... RelIr.... 110.000 three lake flew. For Lakeland reilaenllH. 110. All000010l .1001100. ... .n.Itn' .nOl, ? !
200' lot with ....... laral krlckmplirl. It. .... nil buy
144 Acrsoga, lets Fir Sal. 3-Il. J. '.nnoa 1.0210. 410' commercial property or lor.tlo.. COl'lrlllO., d..r.I. _I. Oak 6 ACRES orl. loo a
1003. hUll..... UJ.ooo price 00080 ttroumhollt Air e..dll.n... doublt cupait. Drlviby HOME & of $16,010-All la MO RO-UM
with. ... l&ols .11I1l, 15* CaitM Or. ntB aaU toy Trees!
LAND kOT-1010 aena ttailrltarad COMMERCIAL loll. two choice apartments Write owner. Route 1. 1.14Tavaru. 01110-I boo 10055. Fenced I Shade

011,24.1.500,0. ... 5110k. a..1 '00FI. I0100r Ia.tP100Sr Florida au"o.POR appk Southside! % ACRE
13441 .,,. otttlt nn.... ftkotd and 000l.. 'ub.. A000lOpot. block of Civic SILl two .dr..m ...odornhom' 1805 ELM ROAD $.00
trott Itnrtd. Corral aad laadlnltbutoi .. .... in one 152 Real Iiiate Wonted 1210. JIltO old LoI. 0th. TOWSON A lilt ytuy MW tountyy lomtn
kkl ptr ..... SO aorti con .... Is?.. 11.1. 1100. 501tatAs NIps I btdroom Work homo-till TED A, ran apaortukltr toy bIbs who. pavH. rotd at idit ol lawn
.... "'00. HMO down :100 atrut Center the choice *B OBT mtiltel Meed Ilillnii boOt.Im 115110.0 sod ..,. .Ih-doubli tarptrt and doublloornor Pull .iirt tuburian ll'lni I a kudtl .nl' IJoOO-lit Wklk ,..
hood. el ..".. only PMOOOI I.. ule rentali Mil Rudy. ....1. rll" 1100", 0..1. 050POFI ..nd.tlil" I.'. Both homtt In a will MU 1-3161 117 S. Pla. A.. A koavtlltil Isorol of patct -. a.iy .

Ok* .. _. lour ..U.. from CykroM WEST MEMORIAL of Lake. lor, U37 Ban Memorial ae-4IQ7? 10000. 10' II 0340'. MU .....U.hod niunborhood Iitri land II..d. atorua barnpvlni LO.30a.PHONE
Qardtai. TJ .. ....b... rental area a..... kvallatlt.. ILllI loo lloada oltml
.. .ood 10''' "...] on a .
IroitMt. ..1, STSO por .. koIt BLVD. Irttii .1. .10
C. Un tr P.DUkl L. Oardnty. LIST YOURPROPERTY REOECOHATni: TWO bedraom. 723 SO. SUCCESS .trod rood al laktiandkout
RtalW. lOll &001 ...... land. acrllloi sa 000. tiny piymtnlap Home and Income over 4 ". Tha S kodraommo srry Heath MU 14500alea
Corner Ruth 047 Went Bttnd -
Street and doom payaieat bttn .
Pb.,. MU HI1J hat yntnlly rmod.
Boulevard. 157> WITH US street Ont block, Wibillr R. M. MARLER ooking Lake Morton. Well Id. doublt carport ba /4' fronting
VIOl AC"* traola. IIS dow*. SOb *.tnut BtptUt ChurihOWNER. Uvtai kad dlnlal

.tain. Mil Rudy '' IU7 on the boulevard by 190' Room for four additional "If 'Shorty1 ....1 SELL It BORN BALI. three ...,..... & SON built two bedroom frame ad" larat S oIl tondlllnruri IncludI FFICB MU 24147
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10 .rI.1 .l ld MU a-lQ7 IT DOWN n L. Ihhorty Palmr Poal I.m.n mitt' IMklkk kt thu .
wo both home Iwlmmlnk' on corner lot plus garage I Don I
C-2 904 B Ttnnt ...lIora
deep. zoning. Price $25- units. Rtaltar. LMLA LMLA l Prirt anly
CHOICI CUILDINaIU. oIt.. 110' EKtllrnt Boulhildior.tion.
.. A..... Phoat MO I-H73 ,01 Ill. I kt MO SAHSlMrruk and 2 ".w.IO' tllO
to IdOl Mlln garages .. ad.Leonard .
apartment tarM
Clnoland Strttt
dlnttly StOlid MM 000. Terms if desired. 1430 PtirUii Slit 'I.
'1'1.., 101 0. T.s.. A... 'orlln.LoU Uktland Blnca ISOS' Wl
HMkhtt '... Call MO S- Oaon. Hat beautiful shade trees HAUGER
M21. MU "31'10. APPOINTMENT
Rabin
CALL FOR CLEVELAND HEIOKTS. Iris two RELY
Is right.COUNTRY.
OHOVB LAND' kO acrea tine R.B. Bob bedroom hoaia Lot ko H3I'. c..- rice : Rfalloy
... ( ) McKINNEYRealtor TO SEE ". LMLA
and otki .111. huh land 153 Noun Fir Sale urn hull ky owner Conilrwtion .11 Sll I .
.... ototlpn Lakilaad flak nndyeolL lOdI000IlOlthIblOI Would tonIder PER MONTH CLUBESTATES P. .1..10 "' lok kt Mil Its, ., tilt
$$50 I I 0"
Price 1250 per acre Term. .' lecond 0.".... lor ....n .1' 'I .
lOW ...... Bu B. L. Oerdoeia 308 So. Kentucky MU 3-1102 ORANGE ST. CHAHMINO kMALL homo, mutt .lulty la ..01111... ..,... JOIIWoodlan'
C. Loll or Ray K Ula at 843 E. .. _n to apprttitta. attraotltii. .. HUli1IU
Dick Realty. 1011 Lois ...... f..'. Full tilt bath blond I ..< 1 bedroom ...... home. 2521: Golfvlew ..OHS AD I"CO" I Salt.
Phone IMkmPASTVRt : 210181.5. lario aorttntd porch > DOWN 1447 Lank SlroelComMo thit wooS M old immidlklelyNo Beautiful two bedroom Mack conilrucllon. all ESTATE SALE
Increase Rtaiontblt. horn,. trranitd. COBFORECLOBID LOrIS Thru atdroomlo ..111,12,8. pa tlotlnk _'. kontra bonIto Lotattdalco W..t Park opin toe
LAND 404 kcmkood 144 Ferns, Groves, Ranch Where Values 0015 00b1. '''''.'10'. .'I baUu. L onmol...... ...U.. ,. Minimum dow .........tani home with Florida room In ..n Ilkt IllkUl OIl condition.lot U lint rt- 101 0.00.1100 ,.1'0.. 1 k PMComo .
I l.
toll. .toma. tuber, minitltarad. the City's Growth REPOHB B S'S'00 ally redecorated. Miloley. hlt.Rtal.tor ypa movt la For Informationphone excellent condition on high ...' ana. U't la O. knit : out MI tht .... d..
II. PlanS Clt,. OnlyUM With ... ..o alll-I1' al Moodar Uuauah Friday I 11. OhIO
lay UMoptfU I .101011 lotturM In
,.. P100 I ACS! Plant city farm a.._ ilk la many Lakeland areei Itt 10 I1P0II Is pay or..
lisa pty L.O.dorR or Ttrpja lOW O.L.l.s down Homo funuihed' MOT. In. SI 300 Mil Rudy Rwltor 1531 a. Mikiorlal NEAR COLLkXlE by owner Home 5$1 led dry lot. Now vacant ., ownir will oarrt ...,.. ._..lIol S r.. hah f ranaaialtw

a., K. Uii M tMckk Rtalty cuk taike. ciuk JUelty, .w. SELL! Bled kkk.4107COMPLIltLV with nnttl anlfc oak wily bt MU 2-2283 Will consider ..... sIll 91% IoTa paymtnlNtiMio '" I..a' on .. Itt
tan.1M OWNER SAYS oTtrled Into ono kouio. Hint we have key. vim. 11.H. .th ... ,...ldarlo.
1011 tait U ln, phoao Ilk-inl AND kitractlnlynrnlihad "
tomi, thru biUti. two II..... cash down. ., IISOO. RII.&OI.
LAROI ATTRACnVB kllltMtItu ACRSB. 130 UnprovedArktntlna 10 YOU ARE! 00501", lion'0 ,rum "........ tiler ki04JJ i I-i i
and penucolk Bah! HERE .torta, b... thurth. Only 13.100 W. STOCKARD '
mlaoklnk Lath Olktanlt NEW YORK A V.
.. 10 ecru In rauak orenaetkeerlBk JO Cltrk "01". kkk-4011. BY OWKEH. two pedroom CB LAKEWOOD CT. 01 N.
..... InvitationLei RSALTOR
patotf atraMa. kkt A Personal 028
MOO equity ... 14 .
.... MTM true fern Ct- solo. Florida room An.rhaaa 71.0 In I. p0010110 .
aaottt ikJ-M07 DUE TO Ircumetanoet. will ulthru home 111 I FlorIda
Marrlck ClrIt frame .
oreu timber. All under fen Ml payment 13U Two bedroom R11hOlhIl.010ltSOsO,00ro.?
a&A" .AIIOA"'II ... Lak.. a* down. lOll term Locellon kedroom, two both, eictllent '.0.' IM-4MI, ,.".. laTHREB tu mow ..a Bill ImmuulateCB In front MO ..3J I.. 110220. 7.014 plOt.. 1.0.
BELLEW"An eandlllbk CB home kk screened
hood. _all 101010 II toad op to FOIl cur. cm Aukuradoie. wo PAUL B. lIed tot _ra.lo.. HimHiili Call tOU. h.... with a bedroomi. II.. arge 1.000 doll. bIIs00s lDo 1001.

10 00100. 0120 0111I ho._,. "U 0-4100. BTOROOM. two ktlh CBhemt. Florida room well-le-well ttrpelIn porch on large lot. Only
"_.01100 with ab.... mall downpayMtktt Real HOlDS loom Md ball, drape, CB HOME
711iaMATURE Independent ....... MO 13 --
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Call MakolPt Thomaa, GROVE kw STAUNTON ........ torncy UM and iio i. 10.1075.COUNTRY MOO.. Vt Down.
.. Service" .. .. .lIlt 30 p m JUST COMPLETED old lour '11.hod CB tlllclincyptrtminta
nlinu. IM.75H; Bon .. ..,. Estate Th' bedroom twa btUtPlorlda
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R.tllor. _.a7l1. Ii ...... 1 mlln kouln ., LakiHollloiiworUl. room built .. ..... and A BHOWPLACE Ik3l PlntbtrryStrut LIVINd AV. court
ttilo .. I k_ Florida Ave. 04. C....... II. and bn4. 0... lovely ctlonuMypt homthru :530 JAMESTOWN rxira Id I 0P71t1151 J207 unltr -
POUR. CHOICS Ula. Coulli ..04in. iron wIll Wrrllll ......1... aleeilepl 723 S. 0. ".......... IIU 11021.THR' bedroomi. twa full baUu 3 bedroom CB with built-in Corner lot. four bedrooms 3102 Carlton Circle klaka SIlO. Incomt about
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0040. lIp Ie 53 I..too.. prtu .... Urnu. lilt real IMltdetdripu kitchen ._Iou. 1101.. rura paddlnlbk a ISO!. .
1.01..1.. onto. Pr..to ._ MU J-2497 00000001 CL like 0.w. tor'._ llapra. Iron aria, carport and utilityrum. CB home two baths In a s.O

.... ":i- 23.OLIIO. TED TOWSON POrnor loS. oIl h.... 00040101101. lully. hull lindifiwd.... treeionced De P Wtll ".., Khoollaad Drive n.. feat llnlnk ..... C.trl LESS FOR CASH
710*. WIdOW 51008 ..,11I. 504.050A20. ad kack uooowa. Mori, eictllinl poadltun flue neighborhood. Utal .IldllrlOO .
PARL 11240012. 1012. 10.11.0MU yard, aetuUful loll bOot Klir thbt
on
I ILor. Olva ui your
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..., 1olo. La.. ..-.. 011.5. Toll 5.3101 In 5. 070. Awl UJ' IM monUlly eortrl all Low down .......1.'RETIREMENT by and take a look. Shown lilt.aalki. .Thrta.., In. Ioom'. room partly lurnliKid ubntoilatlo

SOTO? III 1101 IL QMI 00.120. THA" 0051505.. CII 'U .a003.. Pries Locaud 113k Na.
........ SPECIALA appointment only. ..la. ... Good tloutlnkLUXURIOUk hoO.
1111I Laot <0012415.. 0134051.lAVa PPdMECO'NNTO'1N C1000l. ltlIlt. l0Il5 by Prl wIlt lA010tO. 10 ,
CBbauaa ol
.1018.0. 1..1..... lOll ....... ttp$5M0 Thru ktdreoja comforUhlo home Ik a kultlnelanberliaod. and good terms. aH.J71. "I .
LOT la Modullt. niUlolad HEAVY BLOOM _boot. 110 .11, 01000. 0. liki hew, .1...... kltchik.ear . aoavenlintly kvoaud. (is right anr1 i 2'
lot. waur. 71 foH II IM Fhane MU 11743IY
'no _I. Ttrau. 'I'll,.. kadraomi city
meed U tell TOO I roomnouio
AIM iota with undo lIt tlty, ...OIOM... IkSO IPWotUldo It ,..... ..lortd. 160 Vkltnrla 101'. W"'I.n' 0,2,0. lot 'I' OWNER I ..,..... I hath hoi 1 ....,...... tood I torMi PHONE 686-0121 UVINOCarrlir 0. S. KUHN

.. Woodtd Ian Nortbtldo, It 400DtHrtWo JIm Morel oP. Ml JaIl.. Print t.. l,0 abod. ,_.. 11'10 Idar home aa I.... earntr lot epkot. HI" 10$. BO-10U. air tondlllonlnk sod mat- I
woolS 110.001I Thr.. 30000.1 ..,tlon. prttldH du.1 Irttlolntu
ouHuldt lota. IJ._ 111 ooo with lOW doww Bictltot k choice nildentlcl ink lyattm
.... Quantity dltaouata _"dorod. tormi OP ...,..... CaU Jim .31 510110. 11000 SOd I.. lid105. Clou to "h_. Ideal for lamrtwlnk LOTS SEDMERA REALTY and warmtli in all 1oomi DON W. PAYNE

or will band tt lull kkk-4.JJ, Po..... with 1. R Tucker Jr.Rtalloy .. BUSINESS 711 $........ 17 100. sIr.lllt.01t$0.0lldlI0l110dltlOh. ._U,. Caatlder Utdi tut Pwkeiand AND ? Ont la k taelndid aUdy REALTOR '.
J I kite loU corner 0.14. door
at _'I1J. I.. .,.n.. home kk BouthildeMO .etllel.IlI50lI0
XAULAND KIOHLANM D...- I. ny ...It,. Fhoaa awkar 17113rUHNISHID. Oar lid.WooblOdo AUCTION SERVICE 1 tilt both, doubll cak llooriuit LMLA \
can HolaMa. Ut .... 4. pawtwarlnk .1e.37 JI.UN"ER I. aluminum, a.otn
trapolralt lor koaiotltaComty. ttd VaMiat. REAL ESTATE FIVa room h.... soIl Lt,... a..l, tntdr yard k4wu !..
K Aora Oroik 1 lIst Auctions olowd Itrut EAST
CONITCUCTIO0O. Tradl.lIonal h.... Watch For 207
hard ytad aak-n: .no nice cottetl. tlortii 5044015SETH Tirmi. Purolturi 50.505 MAN
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I. ealurlkk updlnlM M
VEIIY D5IRALI .10 .. 50.4 IS Acra 0..... Btarlnk Hamlui 0l510 room ptntled lentUy oa lot will lllalkOkk tell ._..Hlehway tmtll MUeam Coming Soon. Pbont MU S-l.dl. SIT toulhri'a"cou MU .

01010100141 _U... 11000 Ia and. Valtncla. Bath Ik MtduUa.JO OFFERED room with fireplace. ...hll .Deep Mew Tampa HlOh...,. ri. BCHOOL ,
0000 Os .b- 504-IllS. 104.SIll. : Acroi la ...hl..... Ctotolnktaulilul door entry .0.... double itrt.eSriar McKEEL I OI..LAV "
Lakeland. Two BEDROOM CB 1041 0. OUII 50085 "CLAISIfilD OTB'LAV
toctllont Dn.ImP800 Brae. mail de- CLAII"IO
Trttt _
BMC... ..01. .ed. 110'.... nil tonne Mtklofltr ", .. tIlL"anr OM block from Dmltlond School
Prtptrty Soulk. Flatlda. AM. MO FOR SALE ...I0.ra.ohO4- 0...... ....... II BenchVllliet Hili' U' 0. ZoOs', Om lent lot. CB Llflnk roomdinlok .
,. a.21 Lo_ aocheeteri New .... and boll ..,..tot
1 ACRE LOT a-llll. kAROAlHI BEAUTIFUL mederkhornt. 'oek. 14katTHHBB Three .... _'00"' ". ... Heart. iiw&
pedraom. It bttn.Drift .
Estate selling ( around I II.. 50004 thrH 101. um,0lOO0 ....- BEDROOM SrI,. houMr lone kHenek wIll SrOlllOlIIo.o.IwO full, belht.

dost In SE Lakeland floor units plus upstairs of- 5001 CT,0114 LIII. $2,500OlOfl >o kcru of land.. 111400 lain VSI UJlGE.QASSIIIED _tiled.a Family lane .room,_". Attached aaraat ;
MU kjiooBEAUTIFUL
"hone
50. ...11.. by JtlkHitnut ktlllty roam and fenced ,
Hard Road City Water ice space and basement. Io.b.... Mtlrolni'Thomtt A...... Coil...... NEW block home, ADS SItS wlttt ytrd. Can ki tetk ..'.rdor

II EXCELLENT KalHluk kna Wit ... .....,. Ckll MU S-14J1 IM
Traileror This an
For
Ideal YOUR fAMILY'S ? ilk koru. Thru 1'.EI appointment.WE .
Otherwise BUSINESS INVESTMENT .* wnt baIls OI''I.AY.I 0.05,1040 wATlUaO.ST Ann.
"Milt In vkolly '_0 deikaadl CLASSI'IIO DISPLAY CL..O jSS.M.wI,544.1S.IbsINOUNIVI
opportUnity. seldom avail. china tablktt Flnplaca r Icoestm

I ONLY ONE I Icia. able In as exclusive and I 0.510001 0041 and 10134 workhop .I *870004
BARGAINSAND Ownir MU 1-4.111 ICIOATIOSI C'1' *

,230 $3300 mo. strategic a location as this. ON LOVELY Shady Lane, BUY i

SECURIJY[C Information pertaining to llbton iiulom Mill I kedreomC SELL AND TRADE I CC5l.SOMIl.tS.IM
two bosS home. OS kluhuwllh 05.4 sod 1545 P41lq To Sw.l7 b.o..4
McKAYPhone price terms rents. leases BUYERS .Iah........ ..,,.od paueI 40004 $5,511 AlSO $05 PlO 540.
KIRK and available on car ....... 111._ 10* dowana G-O-O-D
expenses I I 51030
686-1241 ilotlna aaiuom lI.th 00 N.. (.1. $101111 P..$1 $51101050
: request Shown by appointment 111111 4104 C........ 404 00 P.S 30 w SI ,0..5 l
of meet tn the Want Ads. Itjrmi "_.. NI1 S-OlIN 0IJSED FURNITURE
to assured In a borne 0\ Idol 1.. LIII PAIlS! Se.
TWO ACRI h*>BWilW I..,' .Utrth BY OWNER T.I........ Mlt4l \ 708 1. 45 100.04 154151 NAO

". am*. *. 4ew.. W$ per own. For outstanding Exclusive with have something to sell I lane roome and Plorlda roomIS
*kllo your hardwood lleon.
OeorkaS Broker. I 1>01'
.0812. a service to offer or room blorkl to 1011121.17 0 or ...... :: -.I-
nuroa .... ....,: WARNOCK FURNITURE
home buys see today' Pally 1...'_ I. .111. $
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'ALI. K.thl_. IaII ROSENBLUM ...,IIIe'
...001. 0110 CECIL to not don't wilt-dial ".., Park .It 000. A
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J.1or
.1 Ie Owl Beach
Bowl
3144 Victory
For SaW .\ A'PIIANCI IXCHANCIIOZ
*.14kCaU 183 4.1545. "Homes """; AND
.. Realtor MU e-im now and place BUY LIKB rank l 2eO doOl MU 2.2222I *0001 8.5505 WoOo.Owol Cwd0.lOl00 ApololIlSSO.I..030
I!IU' I" ll.d) 'h... .
.T OWNER III ? .ea 10 monthly Two 101 draoaCB. I. M.mari.1 0 lulo 0. 0111' 014 A..A0.0.'I
Wttt ..1....... MU STTBJ.BrjTLDWo'kITS. 1831 South Florida Ave. carport Combu area Im'I

'JOXI30.-1..iii 682-6036 your ad. medial _,p"" 0220... M4::1

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LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday. Mirth IS. 1M' REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATES REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE

REAL ESTATE *--R-EAi1STAfi- Jele
153 Houses fw Sale 153 Heum For Sail I 153 Houses For Salt 153 HOVMI For Solo 1 ) Houui Ff Sale 153 Nooses For Salem 153 Houses For

153 Kansas For Salt 153 Houses For SiloOPEN OWNS IIS Pride HOOP 1101.
TWO BEDROOM hems lorJTM .1' T CaUtulos.lern.:' tttnt Old.utlllly .no room.. ''''Ur .000. till
1 1805 ELM ROAD lull prlct Down oirmcluoo irporl kllchon air ooadll d.
t :529 W. BEACON FUN LIVING SPECIAL .. 05. IM ftau'.d.. M2 room. 111 ooo UM down do$00. _
Nlco 3 k4droon. blot 1 honw-t II. 6114. ou.&n 'Ior I
LOCATION PLUS NEAR SOUTHGATE Y.,. II will to leadi of tub frail b.l/I-d..bll ctrporl and doub DII..L"I I -
\ [ IIMM In Uili ......1.. .uraD- ; c .A5alIlaD OI..LAV
2 3 BR 2 BATHS .. ... LAKIVUW spacious, 3 bMroomt __
4 Parr 1 b, room. I't both hornUou up Mr condition homo ,alobIilhSd mlibborhood Inns 1
1H balni bli card tau
I .11 Nlkrltlon War 1 npluu ..
ol Llvmi AMs. line FloridRoom $21000 bu tood wrnu a."IIUIo. .11..1 .
11..1
inn Pill Counter lOrouptnrr I DM Ibb.. bodroom). .1.. KroMod perch '- .
t Ctnlril Nat and Air CondlllaD Built fir a family GIN ooulhnot
not kllohon oontral mat
/ rona and wan. Hoot orn. r.nd7 OwNinTRANIPhPRIVD. for WINSTON HEIGHTS .1''ii soar around romiort Close rat dlnlBi row. hardwood MP" R. M. MARLER location. "'.000.00 with
1L1IMHUPTODATE to irammar ash..1 I and looter loon( AND wwBdorful irparalun 10 tOld _.
hub Ttili Ilki niw ._.... room tor fta wholo latila ,. & SON i PENDARVISSpring
home his a separate dlnloe car iara. and > car earpoMl ;; MTOUEMINT-l .Wdrooo bomW
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TODAY room i br bliokon. larto imn patio wltt a barMooi .rIII U Uk Koalton Ik. Uk Patter ana RO1MI -
] BEDROOM 2 Pull bath Horn. -. room with a ploturi window. 2 for our evMoar pMouroi' plratr 1401 B. Mali 00. Ml IBw ..M Onln M ooo 00 Low dowiVKMATILB1
on a gulot ilrott. CtrMnMl" panRMVU h. car .,rNe wit* aim 1_. .111. or" oak abOde on Uiu lobuuUIul ; lni bakolnnd liui 1KW 0afb.1bL
Jeered nrd well laM I Itv amt workihop" am Oh nit .. labs Tltw, AND onlrMMII 3
ripnl Oil for toran U miaonrv oanitruiUon ud .. bMtrooml tan
appointmnt to HkMl It li > .al
RO-10J3 ...MO Good Hornet from 112,560 to baa bniituul oak noon oan0 tad M would Ilk. to allow ItTu to 1I.IM room Larn dlninr roomloran _. TRUCK Clearancewe
torm. I 114,000. Monthly payments MI HO-1101. BU111IFUN SHADY YARD lot loom. Brick
.1"0110. .......,... _1&1..1
From $68 per month plus RN-4IO. All on.r. ...lId..... I
HIGHLAND HILLS WORK ON THE LIVING fou'11 aoon want and you Can
EXTRA NICB-lnd PlJIIJIItBNIID taxes and Insurance Kldi will .>urrl> lia.. pleat or ohadihli In
NORTH SIDE ion Uw MM hour 10
-3 _room. CB II..... HIM lynlihinn .. ,". butt oat shaded rand r.. homor 1 bedroom hour wlcrwoM W.R.I'BiII" WILLIAMS clean used trucks
L>r.. Irrtraid fort K.ri to dandr I bodroom hem will la.. U. ......n patio .U root _ell and narw. i are overstocked in
DRIVE OUT TODAY .
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11M lot
Wiihn ind Dryer Intludfd III.- on a loo Oats OrION ol the Pit. room You will IlDd inrlooHIni Horim- lltoi Onto iioioo Wotl on Manorial Bird put n,.''II lull 110.6001 I utllllr arow tun and moro knidn at IMJMiadownrooii itnot. AH lo a.. MI-174. 1131 0. PIa. A... ....
nun ichooi take runt inkWlnUoE 401 sad a lano carport. Bitter 1 lOOk Tb... u oontrlint .1136I I
NEAR HOSPITAL H.linta Klniiborr at XO-1017 and air tondiuonini 3 kWOroomi MAKE AN OFFER SPECIALS
H..... alia oomplotorr. bulltmichtn -
3 Brriroam. CH hone, In IMOIIMIHHidlUon CLOSE IN AT with, nan U> dint. car Attraotiro 1 bodroom I bulb RETIREMENT HOMES :
doubt carport. ill 000an
Ttrm. rb-Ull, 821 E. ORANGE .Yen for iloaanoo. plraiint loo.. bomo. oak noon. birch ..bl..taOt
MEL RUDY Mon on CtlrliliUM troo Into wino built.m. Carport Oood cltrind NOW
RALl PRICEDII MTOOII A bar. .....Pln. ...rb, lioro Uiu noun Undacaplni. NEAR ouUiwoa WINTER. HOMES i woo
ANOTHER lainil Juit S block from On. mnn.r't worth here at RO-1U. J. Him bed lln.iMlni. Owner
WITH SWIMMING POOL +- 3 LMLA REALTOR tiutllrboard courti An .IIoc. You ihouia toko look. DETKHM1NBO TO BCLL. KMWM $595rubber
Bedroom" npnat. dinlni room tin homo ,?faun, of Ilvlon ThM proMrtlM or* all In aulU '57 CHEV. Vi ton pickup like new, good
MORTGAGE
BROKER ,.
able locatloni Tnra ar> falflrpnrod.
tutu Urn Lot. Oil to room kltchm, 3 brdnnmi and . 8"
nn HO FUN LIVING condition . .
ilauod In roar poroh Oh 9ttrcnrd a PHONE Lot w ahow roa row perfect
BL-1111 1527 E. Memorial Blvd. .. In front north ... Lo RUM two room boiomtni ftat 10. cholco
Phrllu tllch dial (86-4107 any time 10 200 fort drop lor urdonlnl lun ion with tbii ill. 2 Larry Heath MU 2.8500 4 wheel $695
sundnl and locales. Mil 1-1110 ir blllldiai lentil tulU Call 10 itorr homo. at 107 a. B..lvodlocolrd ." MU 3135 626 W. OAK DRIVE I 58 'INTERNATIONAL ton
nipict BO-1041 In the hf.it of lint linn Galen Hauger rubber a steal' $1095
7 r_.. .110 botbn$27,000RO.1042. drive pickup good ,
J oilra area krdroomt, dr.i.l., OFFICE MU 2.614 *
A GOOD BUY room.. kilo bo.h. tlrrpl5... .
BEERMAN REALTY
716 Wilson Avenue CHOICE BUSINESS ,br..1 room, .Ira IOP."to dla.nl 1609 MEADOWBROOK '59 CHEV. Vi ton long body pickup, like $895
room 'room rronn
iM .. Fla An MIl I-31B 3 I bod room framo homo. LMn LOCATION porch sod arm a ...... 10.06mrgt HAUGER REALTY 7 room.. air oondltlonod-12 .KMRH477 new, above overage condition . $1195
room Mpatalo dining room NEAR SOUTHGATE ill odd. to the rlrs.ur.1 now .
nodira oleclrlc" kltrhm Will h.. II coo boor RN..8.And Kraltor, LMLA
the 2112 Iou" Florldn Aeet Lars.wMl
TERRIFIC BUY! bulb lalouilo porch .1- blllli hour. OOllld b. o0v.rt. to add to Iho Pl........ the 111 E:. Oranio ., 408 YOUNG PLACE '59 GMC Vi ton with utility body, run. p.,- $995

Open TodayAll .achrd t air condition larax mum o.ntral. Lot hiaUn Ia ,. ..nd d for huilnMil orflM A builnn ell banalnto or h.m..t ,Mil Ico k.h.r ...b.NV..lo codund how .roil w. atop at the Sits ol too OWl" 2 bodroom. lull? f.raloblo..1 feet 'like new tiret . . . .. $'295

Day 111'. Sam furnlturo Inelwllnrlln oooi I.., tirnu 10r.nN. UVINQ tt llo boot.OEcltulm. tOO-RM M4. i

1604 Sparrow Drive IIn.food. rolrl..rolOr.tormi. Contact 014,10000 00.1791. by h'1 BEST VALUES IN 219 AZALEA '59 CHEV. (ElComino power steering, big $995

SMARTEST bur In town wild Ib T. L. BRYANT 3 bedroom.. Mired blow m10.to6I 348 V-8,4 (in the floor, a beauty . $1595 '

low. low prlrrl Grand loritlonprotty KEN HARRIS DICK BARNES HOMES a IOO-ftO.l.31.
REG. BROKER
on ilr.ot ncir .nrtlhlntICIos wheeler 26 ft. body new
10
W ihopplni rooter ondooli 07% .o. ria Are MU i.& 0 4 I Rout,. Kohanior 1 1IIM LMU 11..110. J.MLI20U \ In 413 E BELMAR 58 CHEV. $995

arh land 1 .rnins.lurdr'"ch. nr homo MAKONRT withtin I lid Florida.3111 An. 0. PI. 8'1'0 407 wluilva PUBBIXJ Braron TRAIL Hill-Attnctlvo 1 toll 3 I bndroomi. lario room*-II000 engine, good tirei, ready' to go . $1695

conilruotlon MI.m' window. FOR SALE roll ro01.tronled 7 room homob -IIH"13. -
tll. UIU modern (LIICIR1Ckitohra 3 dr I with built.in even and Two hrdroomi. two biuii. Iniu SHORE ACRES hoot. Pin. ,0oloa.d .wlmmlniMl EXTRA SPECIALS
ran.. .bln.to TWO b.droom. toted atUc hardwood (lloon oilheat. MARJORIEROAD _1.IIH..17. 3 I bodroomi. Niwlr ocoratod-
01'11: bath with boautlful e.nlirCorner .,. r.rr.. Lot 701140. Off til .Holly Rood food mi.1nrphome 17110 RO-I03I
oik lloon tiled bath Iwo BONNIE DRTVI Ipacloi
lot with trwi OWNS North Plorlda Avonuo ClOM to NOW
oar doarhrdoor,... Br appointopir 3 b.droom 9- bath homo. 1:1': Was
.rr .n..nu.. hat t,0 hom..1MOAT b00. tit H'ine.MO Itroit 924
.... ARIANNAI
.
.....1.. Prlr. till Mil m.a 1l00IlU.RETIREMENT client Camphor Hclihu I
ill.led1000 moth errors.. PHONE MU 6-0986 $5,500 11.0. Moot rranniblo prlcod .1 3 brdroonu low down Plimint CHEV. IVi with body real clean
'orm. arrinird Bn lodiT ui.n .ono 1 0.000. Oood financialUNMl 17,000-RN-tH. 52 ton a $395
rail ouoklrt Kv'ninii ft lundaW Nlro little two bedroom horn. HOME truck, lit clan condition . . $ 695
.1440. KO1031Leonard. irtllllr lurnlihed with atom 844 If Kratuck Avfnut. thru George Stewart MU 2-0432
to buy a second ear? Turn and rnlrlieralor on lood lot IneI0e .vdroom two bum bomt con
Rabin now to Classification lit neighborhood lust outild ffnltnt to ohopptni bui and Don Sutton MU 2-6582 '56 GMC 1 ton with enclosed body, V-8 en- $695
alt l. llmlU. Call tori rnnuow11h ..hool alao, roonnUonol (acllltlllRO H. W. STOCKARDREALTOR 995
tires clean . . S
Prillor LULA la the Want Ads for a T. R. Turkey Jr R ..lIor.MU .11IJ. pine, good ,
Phone B3.B1010J9 Supermarket o' Yalu .. I.717) or at MU I"765' A. PICKARD !I
C LUno '1. w. lan. I
CLOSE-IN DUPLEX AuoclaMiPrcd :

__ LA581IED "::AV' c.L..S"'IED DISPLAY 21. I CtiarlOO BtTMt two et.. Webber REALTOR LMLA TRACTORS
-r4 portmonla. llvo Bob Wllllami
In ono side rent
BEDROOMS
''601 300 S. Florida Ave.
WO
15 o oMior. Lorao oornor lot Owner (Auburndalo :
I ninny BIASONABLT PRICID 4 mull iwturn North Tormt. w Jim Pollard Jr Phone MU (2193 was NOW
OPEN HOUSE BY OWNER I I brdroom homo nrar Chunnairhoola 0100ed. 10-1141 O. Fiord Zlmmrrmann J,. I I
ihonplni and bui L1vln. In .. Plorlda Avo-MU I 1113 $
r room, ato dinlniMU r00m. oak LAKE HUNTER Branch Ofllco '58 B42 MACK tractor, fully equipped, 995
TODAY 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M. I :: : 1131 B. Oliandir MU 1-0113
tloor.. tlroln-O and furnar.
.. Vet rearr.bl7 prlrrd 13110 Mariano nlrwt, Uir.o bedroom LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! rood ready, 'like new condition. $2995

2202 C.rolm0 Cill O 7007750 ., maionrr home In oicillrntItlon OTHERS TO CHOOSE fROM WITH JUST AS GREAT A SAVING
I-OJ24, Ion diUlli on RN- oared bock rird Will Dr101 Br Iber .ualll b.mlO and
040. t. will cornet. air conditions CHECK THESE thes oath to IDlld..
draw.. anal 0(000 d TV anton
BEACON ROAD ... Oood tormi Ito-11140 3 BR CB on Mi aoro built In 2708 Eastor Terrace LOOK LOOKNEW
ranio,ovrn This homo !. In now Bpactoiu 1 bedroom t* bath
I 11 bedrooms: wptrtt dinlni' room. LAKE GIBSON I arru. PULL PRICI lOOO Ro114& Florida Room homo dulin.4 br
PIa room modern kllchtn. b*..u.tllul BUI P01 orlon. A... bnllcnt' Cot John Cookman MU I oral .archlloct Thli homo haiilltr Truck discount of $ 700
63 CHEV Vi ton
oat /100.. 50..0 Ctturrhna.Ihopnlnb 00a001' tom. with hardwood 1-1.117 ... throuihou Mat ....t M a ..1.
ichoolt. and but Own- 1100,.. F7orlda room, f..oed 010d,1 1dro. 1 BR, CB wllh brlrkotto. ml,,. won to bo appreciated Control of
or b..Vlae away and nxloua bell ... ,mrludd Owner tr.a.. CI..D .tlrem.nl homo tor enln heat and air .eondltlonlnf dou NEW 63 CHEV. Vi ton W/Utilily body, a discount $ 900
Verso .m.1I dowel p"'hl urea. RO.lltti. 7800. RO.I064. c.n Rat H...... bl. carport Built-in kitchen oar
LOOKING fOR THESE fEATURES? ....I..d. Call C ro.T&R, MU lID. MU 2.3052. potlni In llnlni room and ....- NEW '63 CHEV. ton long wheel base chassis, a disc. of $1000
.
2-0334 10 IIH..7.
sow I trr bedroom and .
manr mora feat
1 Bit CB la Immaeulato oondl -
DIXIELAND far from hoipllal loitrd rou'U onlor KM.tot. NEW '63 HEY 2/ ton tractor or dump chassis a disc. of $1200
lion not I ,
e I Bidroom Motonrv 4 2t* ........ Pll. 8..... 211 W. Pittmon tt, lit room
H.UM lulll..n -.._ -._TV CHESTER MCDONALD tram dw llln<. Work. "hop In on a.Pico lot with lots ofllrui 1504 Handley Blvd.I I

ComolHoly, A" Condi 0.1ki.nN ..rut Clot.. to ...PPla. and boon out O..dernl'RO.1101. Call ran td broriMI Lib thl colonial look* Thin HERE IT IS-BRAND NEW 1964 TRUCK OF THE YEARCHEVROLET'S
11..110' LMLA
.. KhooU & .1111.t.
a w.n .rte Rtnhmoe ... Uili .
Crow MU l- 4 OIlIIo1ll-b.II' homo will
op.Pial
A..d. Iidi. 160-9170 Number One Track
N.wly Pointed A t Con. .lIn..O 150 to ,
J BR trim homo. with pica rou ) lood sued ad $169900
Llvlni: Raonv Olnlni a "n.$ V"d HOME rratil. toratrd South not lor room. I bithi Built.In Rinse v Ton pickup . . . .
Area O) M... Pi/..... Beh..La \ SITE Fusselle & Sons, Inc. from ..II.... IN.91>7. and Florida oon Room. Central. heat pineled. <( Cna. Drape, Von" bouth I,e. Colored Area :4 I BIlrom.. I store. Sob Hardwood floori
or RN io"7 la homo .
a.., 0000..... a On Cantor... L,no k thoppmcPMA Nir tfnnli courto and iw m. 611 t. ,... MV 1.1133 10155. I.... colIc I" roor. enann005 llvini ID.Leonard a. too will onor CALL CHARLIE WHITELEY OR JOHN LEMMON FOR AN" ON THE JOI
M..I"' Com. I loon. TERMS ARI
m,lm.nl A..I.... Llndraedir I nlnn pool. TOxlOO fiwv-hlih-drr- 111. 0. Tvana. MO a.1700 PLCXIBLBCookmin RN.IVI Coli ions DIMONSTRATION. PH. iM-SKI
..,
... .
lloDO Real lormiR. .
"'- HIT M.. not: WllllamiWlnllmd 11I\I /-1317.a Rabin
$12.1) MO. PAYMINT_INCL. TAXES AND INS. M. MARLER Mro. Oinn MU 1-1IS4 81CB with laria norida Realtor LMLA 1
1(05,00 L. P11.0.11. MU .1013 PENDARVIS CHEVROLET
\ & SON room. .booted on ODIouthiaw .lh side ewe 682-4109
low
Down
Payminl-Incluooi All Cloiinf C.... William T. Fu.aella MU 0-6447 KM DOWN. rca

1401 1. _Main Itialtor-Owniri, MU IMUSt >.1I Lore lot HOI 111& 1'011 ... 1031 .. Lima Pi. 310 N. Flo. Ave. Ph. 6865165111D
H..all. MU 1-3all.
VISIT 420 EASTWAY DRIVE I ...... S mPr CB N _. 1Oath. CLASSIFI.D D150LAY _I
OPEN HOUSE .. 0'" 5,0.0 II 01 010In.tors

' I t Nt ...rh/ nrMU 6.9406 or MU 2-5396 I "J.'UASS UD6IRtDt' aiMu ..w.l s trad'D Ihlt led horns mil or Will oaik eomldrr*' O1001 -" IIIIIIIIIII O I IIII/

Can John CooknanU1T : MU I
1218 GLADYS .
CI.I'I DISPLAY .
--- --- - - -, 3 BR C10,0100,00. 1 aero, Ihtaaloo
Tako UfmorlaJ Blvd. U chnt. MONDAY SPECIAL
>
Is o homo ooout >'5 mllMiho
nut Road : ,
I Ka hloon H ih from citr limito. ROJW
8 hool
FOLLOW
OPEN HOU8IOIONBI
CHI Id Crow UU 1-86U.

JFHA mood romei.. I and 1 bodroo. -
.... -ono. with H. bolos. 10- ,
You Must See This recd I. .n Doria 0lb.. nit
mnnr with LOW LOW DOWN 'ONEFOR97c
.P4C10UI. THRItW BEDROOM PAYI NT. Coli for full mfOrmatloq. .
ONa BATH CI HOM" .


Available Immediatelyl! HOWARD GILLETTE JUST OUR WAY OF SAYINGTH.ANKCII

: LOW DOWN PAYMENT KBALTOR tMLA .
IeFw "" lip W, walnut at B, Florida

$57.50MONTH I PHONE MU 24179CLAIIirilO

:
DISPLAY _

Darold Fus SILL YOUR CAR
Se Joe P.
"Selling Bridges Wl PAT TOP TO US.PRICES' FOR tit.. Butlneso r. terrific end w. wont you, our regular' Customers to benefit from It. SO e e ...

Circus" Lakriandl BuilMt Bulld.r" ANY CLEAN USED CARS read this listing 0' can end come 0" down end see u..
Prices slosheds going Greet 1131 louth Plornta Avo.
are _
to buy now is Days phone: 682-2884Nlihla ROSS LAKELAND No Dealers Please At These, Lose Prices!
0 time MOTORS INC.IIOOW.Mcmorl.lll.
choice and WwkindiI : ,
bottom prices used Car ate rock. /. -UM Ut.1JI1 003.4430CLAeSIFIED '>..

Pn MU 2-5111
.
"
62 'IMPERIAL DISPLAY i '
4-000r Crown 60 Chrysler 63 Rambler
1956
Fully '
equipped
/ '63 rLYMOUfH 3595 F.300 PONTIAC ..- 01..1. Selo-. ...."....
'''' .....
1.lv.d.r. bro.5nr-MI. (toot S
V-4 4.000r. 4 D
.utollla"c _, OM1Mlne Interior.b W. Mid It
Fully pew.red. p..nt and
'log pow" u..,. MONDAY ONLY ...:
radio _. .
end h.at. h.1 00.40 A" _,ti_. n .
63 CHEVROLET .$2095 1 ,

Hardtop. y.B,II power I' I l e 2-D", $1795 P.97'P.M. $1795

r.ds( ad heater It/arlng' '
2695
60 CHRYSlER New


Powerfactor


In. RodI, beater Station Wa9. I '61 Rambler '62 Volkswagen, '60 Valiant

,
and st..rng.( now power brake, 01._ a._ e10tioo W_.. ...
'60 IMPERIAL LeBaron P"n' $995 I Turn. 5rr,, nohow./1. h.. Karma, Gh' ..-. ...- ..........- ..,

pad, BlIIUIe Filly .qulp. Ont of Many Bays To Choose From mi..to.. rNOw .5...... .....t _.. Solid .bllo .,11I 0/MB. I.aotI _

'61 PLYMOUTH leather (In far lor. 2395 I Oso. IM I In..I... 8.0. NarwI


'62 DODGE Stick, v-8( MERCURY I $1395 $1795 $895


Elena" 6. Iflck.' like Wagom $1695

62 VALIANT 2.000' laid PARKLANE


Radio, hoofer, automatcR( DOOR HARDTOP MARAUDER I
't low I '
mIeoge! 58 Rambler
'
.
'.51 CHEVROLET .One ewn.r ....... $1495 1964 Platinum l.lto with ...tchl.lnlorior. '56 Ford '58 Chevrolet

4 Doer S.dae L..0104 with a>,.. Iw.ludtoe Mutti-Drlvo, e1.We 4-Pose S1oO... w_.

f Redlo h.att,. 6 cllndar wkn wall tint, ,..., ..iI.oI..., t way aoat, .- 01M40.0. 0ea1 .......... .InI lwn ar 500000 100. v... au/.o.tI$

I ttendard shift I MOOT itoorlm end krakoi, rocrory tit condiHonlnf r. 1LSN m11r. ..mto.0. a lMoo5.. ........... ....._. ,..... .A..w.M. .
$595 radio 6 roar ..... Tinroi l ..
60 .p. II.
i rorOpEr 4.000' .. Yp I oN. New Car Cuoronroo. .._,.... .nd n..w.
m"( C.lllpac. low

:' 'sr DODGE",.2. .3S Door 5011.Soelall.. t. allo" .. $395i Original Selling Price $4702YOUR COST $495 $695 $695


'WR.,. Orllnal One SAVEM207

f Stond1rd shift uph." '",hferr. $395 $3495.

WI HAVE .
r MANY
t OTHER FINE

CARS TO NOOn FROM furrtdiKftry Sprung/ tivfufi New 59 Oldsmobile '58 Ford '56 Chevrolet


fl! r w5.. 410.. l0. .NIi.a W1 4.P.or. v.O $10., .,,- w_ .-
1 muNA1M 1..1.. PIlIt _
Dyl1.b1USSELL i .utIoo rNw ........ heal = = OsOmuuw Mn..W.i.m, radii.00.1I

_. .I __. w. 5.005 _
411 N. -
Florid ,

Ave 68ty. 113 $ $695 $495
$119
I
". 9J Claude JenkinsLincolnMercury 0






-INC.Opo .- NAYLOR
PAUL MOTORS
I Daily Till t P.M. All Day Sofur.oy

141 LAST MAIN ST. LAKELAND
I Ij

..- j ,It. MU J-oUl 1047 East Mal. S,. Used Cars MU 1.4548 New Can MU 1.019J


OPEN EVENINGS TILL 9 P.M."IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.





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REAL STATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAl ESTATE LAKELAND LEDGER Sunday March It. 1964 11-0'1'. 0 _. __ _.

1S3 HOWMI for Salt 1S3 H..... For Sal. 153 Hetties Far Sale 153 Nevttt For Sol 153 Hisses for Sale/ 153 Houses Fur Sale REAl ESTATE ARIAL ESTATE I G. M. C.

1500, :: .Tan WYNm boa..NI Itk bolt Ol 111 HOUIII for Sal. 151 Heuiei Fer Sele A.M.MM The
t..u Itr..t. o..L/Y.tW. "* "w I NEW. ELINEvi

_E.'L_: CY 34f ewl'iwMar =. .I..dr wlTaaCLAMIFltD 1 TODAY2B OPEN PRICE REDUCED LOOK ME OVER BY OWNER OPEN HOUSE TODAY TON riCK-ur

OI.A"$IFlUD oss 2.5 HOME AND INCOMEABBOTTHECKES ..> Ills 1 1Itd...... I toth. nnrol 3111 Olendtl CwJtom Moor drolo B. I
-- O""LA'If OlOkAV 332 ROBIN ROAD IM YOOHO NJIOB-MMW] Mr I kMt and lit condltlonlurolllowoll Juit pomplotod. 111... k4roomi. Only $1795
.fop br tkli ] inlfiin thl. ......, dll>>lt. ., alu .. MOM, 1 BATrt CBNTHAL HIA T carpet d ubl. cor. two Ill. kuthi. norldo room .
Deluxe home In ., tmlt Oor VowMio
811CeI. ilea{ (* homo. I Rh Wo bolteMSE- .. J.MNs. nab d555 baa AND AIM ONLY 114.10000 ion corner lot J. outudeiltr ,lord, lorn kltrlttn Mnplo nor, o .
ere See MM l. ro o. MM ,oo ooraooM. II.... NAIL TOUR TBtUS IW-.07. UmlU. Near rtopjiUui 1Mone wo IPOCO, vlnrl uio Door, rHA or MM* TrtM
41'0' be0-
Newport room
......... .... I IID.
laJ .
@J Mllo. Jail Boioo 0 nom. "1101I... and W. 515.. ill too .got. llnnn ring 1700 dons M oloi
Do You Want A South of Button Drive between North aids sob-slot. ,.......... 1014 = Ta5-TSRI. lxTM : till JOHN AHTHtm WAVHVLVMTra _to. (I LAKELAND FRAME
R 1e0RoOMi. CEO.TRAL
Nevada aDd New JOHN BRENNAN ...._. ban &lid nulls 1HORW MU 81729cussimo
J.
SPAT AND AIR 0OND2
... __ __
slab. CIII 'or .f
51./.1 1 Ism T20NnO, p01LY.IN Cl 11, WALL --- -- -- 0- I t AXLE SERVICE
Jersey Route. .
IINew" Used }.llor LMIoA sa..LLNA 10-113. WITH.. BAR FRIGID IN LOW fist tlOGI"aUSIf'fD USI EDGER W. OMmorUI ......
Volkswagen? MEL RUDY Man's Nos, It lilt 05.1 Se's -TOD* TBUM. UN-MI, ADS I .. Wabash Aran.how
CO. ADS $ w-. .
REALTOR TWO BEAUTIFUL sVIWDiO.m CALL- g.C1tllrrROY --CLA.O"ao- 0'1.- _CLA.IFeDaLAV' !__ I I.u.
Koolton LILA
-
1327 E. --
Memorial
New'NEWVolkswagen HOMES In 0. Tout. ..., MM1U
688-4107 any time
kroo Udnora tie baths telnet A QUALITYIIOME SilllfIII1AL'IOR
,, .
OOU hut.
pad.W.
IkjhtlB
BIG
kttokn. nuiwwnidoiiklo Lot M .M* lea 0005 ...
. ? PRICE ohms -... ........ DI0. Row. TiirM .n..MN .:.=
nullN,0W w .. N see 1 Ml both ihluvo ., saws
REDUCTION than mttf 514. Car_....'. norldo rooot. cant hnumi UCLA
.... .. rrioo ITMO noiotsO. :w 5. $435-IDA AVa leHIU
All 1964 Moro nlront 1wa55 Dot"
Volkswagens too bur
ko
ere net mro to MO .
new
even _. a KDMN
oHlx Lok
mil f room b.,,.. Olb- 0- TOMLINSON'SLOT
though they may look now end you're told bow inn....... to jMtmurilta Owner hoi 24. Has M ko 'and M M sop,. DON W. PAYNE
they ore new. and *UI MMtttM lot uiok ..,.. daWd. tWIdWMU swan,, Rotator LMIAKV
.... .. NEAR HOSPITALAHTMUM
throe bedroom* tIN HPonto 6-0986 5. Moln UU I4M1
lnlnt mob dn, wcloMd twt Mdroo Saul with
.IF YOU WANT A NEW VW YOU SHOULD raves and tern awe mm. norldk loon, twport U4 .UIIUMM ,

: Van......both.. "..In.houM..* roof uolrw end nee hi OPEN HOUSE .I.ooo plan......KMiQMU kulUln. OF I a o
1. Go to en authors.. VW dealer display floor lurnx ..... 12011 JOoonwt 30 YEARSOF I

ing the blue and whir VW emblem b..... Print lo'bID.... bane is not.ubats o,DRUM..tta. 3022 REDWOOD AVE. 814 OSCEOLA
I, Putrid 'WJW with tl ". LAKE MORTON
Z. Aek for 0 NEW Volkswagen (it will have d.... "W-an. HOME FINANCINGIN You Must See This AREA '63. CADILLAC' Convertible Like new, tur .. with

a Volkswagen of American Suggested 1111 eo01M1 Curia LAKELAND AREA Beautifully Designed Two bwlroom (nn.. hon. with I white leather interior Equipped with all the 'luxury
Retail Wills Concrete Block HomeBEDROOM Iwo .xtr. ad. ownir win MihouH
price sticker
attached to the window with iti low or I or I I features !including air
t 10'". w *U. Will rabmlt . $4995
ABBOTT conditioning
-HECKES CO.BEAUTIFUL Loth..torn rrMt ndlutloa komoPHONE :1 *. IATHS. CIA.AOB 0" all .r aril put h".
I./ N -.bl. 1..1. No .
I DININCl ROOM BUILTINHITCHIN d .
nulliwlo lllnt.LAKE
This Is Your Only Assurance of Real"," UlLA Nsaltp 'N pr p.rah5 at any MUCK MOM. 011.1 '63 CADILLAC Sedan DaVille. Baiildon green, ell
Getting ..
: lit I. TonII, Aft. P21. IIU..113 Um. Tv. .s.ataa .511. Past
uteapUnud -,... VIEW power equipment Including I .i irOO'

1. A brand NEW VW SETTING I LOW DOWN PAYMENT b.tlritViv Mck will two norldk kodroont room.$Sri..l conditioning .I. . . TJr r Mr>

2., 'The model' you want* TOST OFT LAX,! HOUINCU.WORT : 686-8111 $87.50MONTH .of w wtru u4 with>u..thli h.4_>uu'11... Asp Lou '63 OLDSMOBILE 88 Convertible.' Blue' -white top

MADID IV lAROB: Is I prlM til too. ell power equipment Including air
1.. A car equipped at the factory to American '. (OAK. THIS, I/OVBI.Y roanSBTUOOOM . $3495
H ATM MONK" : FIRST FEDERAL PLANT CITY conditioning . .
specifications and lawt. WITH CEHTHAL: SCAT AND 'Owner wilt ooiuldw NHontbtooilir
AIR CONO. UMtof riHBPLACIBUILT Joe P. Bridges o> all.ttlns to ktdroonCB '61 CADILLAC Coupa. Special' leather ,.interior all
4. A true factory warranty good at IN KITCHKN AND ALL homo la iionill ....It.
any not itotn nATuiua DRIVE: SAVINGSAND power equipment Including air
authariied dealer .T 04JI 'Ltkolojult liulMl BuildM
anywharaIn OOVINTMT
the world. DC PQ1AProUlt'UUl.l'AND.CALL IW1144 lUH pout P\o
5. Proper .."Icfocto" trained mechanics LOAN ASSN. OF Days NUhld Phone...d Woikmdi: 6KJ5884. ll.sltor '60 MERCEDES 220S. 4-Door Sedan. No reasonable.
7" It. MUL W dICLAI"'II
with VW ... .
j
its and ma. -1101 .e-19.1 .9.8011 offer refuted.

300 and- nd FREE detailed service. ROY SilllfJlIlAL'roIL LAKELAND CLAltlFlID GII"LAV OI''L'''' (Specie! This Weekend) $1 I / UU
3,000 mllet. Dow atom Ortnio it Tnnwu*
'60 PONTIAC Catalina 4-Door Sedan. Radio heater
UCLA 0..01 Pull err.taI Lak. Drlnin ,
WHAT SHOULD YOU PAY? 32S 5. l'LOlUD4 .Va. .11-3143 Me...._.. automatic tronimfiilon, power !

I CLAtBiritO_DISPLAY I CLAStir-lIO OIl'.V PUBLIC AUCTION 'leg and brakes, air conditioning steer$149,>
!
.Our Prices Art '60 PLYMOUTH Fury
Hardtop Coupe. Radio, heater,

Deluxe Sedan . . .$1595.00 TUNE-UP SPECIALIST Red Brick Horn 704 So. Missouri automatic braket. ( transmission, power steering end
Mutt
ba told this week
Transportation (by truck) 34.80 1 Ir.''.",.,_. IM Hom...**"!has., l kMKomilonol .kfUn reasonable' offer refund) no $1195

leatherttte upholstery . 30.00 I I 0 NI..M-rwry with srII Ukol>n....L'.... OPEN HOUSEEACH '58 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-Door Seden. Radio

f. I...,. boa ._- lad Motorohooli. SUNDAY AFTERNOON heater, Pawerglido transmission and SOAP

$1659.80.'Plu. ) r' 4 /}1 .Hint toootollot. end to In mind M..Tu. bas_ conditioning 0 . . OVD

Tea t. HO end Front.(n< work trlooololiMol Salt Monday, March 23rd, 10:00 A.M. '56 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille. Loaded with! air cons
oimtii m IRNIII "
ditioning. (Special' this
Clouoo Mxkioo Llnmn.PrettHt
This. 'Includes bumper everrldert' padded visors, 'W MauP t Hit 5 l lure .ktdroomi I"" rove full ...th.. Lovely weekend) . 0 . . $495

turn signals, beater dtfreiter end wltdihltldweihtr. TUNE.UP SPECIAL lay.. Hoddo room end ll.'lri| room. To ol of f roo n. '55 OLDSMOBILE 88 Holiday Coupe. Radio, hooter,
orrort end lorjo utility room. A Ikroo room rontal Hydromatic

flit. Ceupon Before March 20, 1964 c."..., funlthtd, it 1M' All en e .kooyHM well transmission . . . $395
Wi ere net always able fe give' 'Immediate dell.. .... 20.00 0
2 TitktM 4 Ml ro. tin .h."ool cor... lot. Very comonlont to downtown end
ery but the short delay, If any It eutwiljhid by A.JY.:'e.rwrM.,.. V.I. Only" ell thcppltif .,.... Furtkor Information contact Ac. OVER 40 CARS TO SELECT fROMS.

Hit sissy tdveittg yea receive whM ye* buy CIMII??.Mi'itl*'Mi'tnlnrli"Skio," ?""* Li.hI $987 tl.".., ot 686.0 U t. MIke inn you ... thli property .. one if fntte ceurfiovt ,,'..mo.,

. your sew Volkiwiji from : CIMO tot Motvf rtMl kf Purno Duifwnt torcon= l .f... .. day. 14 Well., Slim Richordion Arlyt Talborl H.roU Kill*

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Ph. MU 2.5113 Authoriztd Comet Mercury, Continental DooltrOp I 938 Eatt Main St. x rT X thona MU Mill
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62 +
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'59 Chevrolet $1495
$895 COUM K e1 Intl* intf cut. Whit
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no n 4 Vemamn i lo *rrtt. wa.!.. tw) It h- -
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1 >IN LAKELAND LEDGER. Sunday March 18. lice



College Officials Cautious

\ "' ut StMaI ItSMINGSR


Comments On License ChangesBy


PAUL WILLS paring to teach must major in ternal shortcomings on outside
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The the subject" matter then Intend to sources such as saying 'We {I
itate'i drastic twitch In teach. have to do It this way because
Ita standards for issuing license' Dean I. B. White of the University it Is required for certification'
of Florida College of Ed- he said.
to teachers met with a IUrprll- ucation also said he wanted to But at the University of MI- SUNDAY t MONDAY
Ingly varied reaction among colleges study the new regulations before ami Dr. John Berry dean of SAVE 25%
which It WM supposed to making detailed comments.But the school of education also said "
help mott he said the university curriculum he hadn't seen the new rules. .. -
Some university and college is based on maximum But he said "I am greatly surprised ON ALLPRESCRIPTIONS
offlclai said they didn't know learning rather than meeting that changes in the regulations c
the exact content of the Dew minimum state certification re were not taken before I '
NEW MOEN .
quirements and that the program the Teachers Education Advisory ,7 .
rules and therefore hedged was not geared merely to Council for consideration ben DIALCET FORKITCHENS
their replies. One hilled Its s a certification before they were recommendedto knssm EckereTi Cash t Com DI.
good move that might force At Jacksonville Samuel D. the state board. The council One handle / count Plan.."yea 2" /. of I .
Harris Jr, chairman of Jack regular selling pdee* M all I Iproscription.
changes In teacher education. was set up by the Legislature.This work .f rw i
One questioned the procedure sonville University's division of seems like bad procedure. ./ IIwlMtanl
by which the new rules were put education generally agreed I am at a loss to explain why, yANitt& r,,.... / .f twin*N US, M sot ]
Into with Bailey's explanation that with the meeting of TEAC last BELL "r 0Sct Mw5OIIIw MN5.
effectRules Okayed the better revision would encourage October and another scheduledin 522 N, W.h.sh c TODAY AND EVERY DAYI
college education understand thereat
programs May- don't Phose MU -
The State Cabinet okayedthe I ; emergency that required)I
drastic rules revisions with "No-" -longer- can'--they. blame In_Bypassing_the_ group.."_____J I
only a minimum of ditcussio I Butj&UCMSHil FRAMED
last' Tuesday on recommendation -
of State School Supt. Thomas I
Bailey. WRAP DOOR
Bailey said that In general,
the state' requirements for the
I
certification (Licensing) of a I few wrap 1ge MIRROR
teacher had grown very specific -*.* 29s
and rigid. To qualify as a math 00'' o
teacher an applicant had to : .._!_thw s5.k.1111) el I."....NM....
have studied an exact Dumber ime.e _.
of courses. In this so many In ,ws aan asewlrrM
that, right down to minute details I ; wthMww..d i..4
of each course. -d. nth- gwets
__ ,
The certification rules got 10 COMB SET .-. --
In --
cluttered and technical that .d.-and is.M.
effect the Cabinet threw out virtually 'MN0.N pan-
all and put Into force CARTLOAD' SALE! Mrtiwnt *f __Si 5e.N
much less rigid ones that will ..-
enable colleges of education to :: ., 29 1.6j
work out their own teacher edu- .
cation programs Bailey told the LEAN FRESHPORK MUM KIM 299General

Cabinet Schools Said Hamstrung : I

So demanding were certification -
requirements he said, that lb.STEAKS. [ BOOK
education schools were hamstrung -
In revamping their curricula -
because they had to con-
tinue offering the courses the t.1 l M 4lM I 4e
state said were necessary. _... 10.

Under the revision, the state WUOM thw M..i. S/lt Electric
will require certain minimums !
but the education colleges themselves
can prescribe the details j CARVING KNIFE
:
Another requirement'of the
new rule Is that an applicant ..,.,. Melle .I.-C ee ..edails.
, In the SPRINKLER .. pr./n.losaliy. fer
must subject have she Intends majored to teach be- -I. ........; ,.,...,, ......, .

fore being certified. .-/ sine -
I __ 22tkn 1O99
Elementary school teachers FFRYERS .t r.a Compare IO
This Prlcel .
can major In elementary education
sine they generally do not M.., 1/11)
specialize In their teaching du COMPAii

ties.Under the old sUtt rule the THIS P116s
teacher didn't neceitaruy haveto GRADE 'A'WHOLE 59C EachHAMBURGER
hold'a main In her teaching 39 .eNod.4
subject. This was occasional 1fi.L'i
'1 criticized by legislators and others '
as a case of putting methods more MISS FRESH HOT DOG OR
emphasis on teaching
themselves than on the subject < COFFEE HOUND M
to be taught. BUNS 2 pkgs..39ZEST
Asked about the new rules, COFFEE MUG
Dean Hugh McEnlry of Stetson
said he hadn't seen the final ver-
A Ml SMnWMtlM planet lie ih*I
alon. But he added,"We already VIBRATOR see.. sap wI h h s.r.as seeks
have a rule that students pr&- heist 4.esTh
...- ....

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HistoryBy STALEY'S _


Today TOE Is ASSOCIATED Sunday March PRESS 15, PURE CORN OIL 2a z, 29

1964. There are 291 days left In .
the year. PY-O-MY LOAF FROSTING OR .. Charlie the-Duck
Today's highlight In history:
On this date In 19K Gen. .
John J. Pershing led a military ( OVEN TOASTER or Rooster Bank
expedition Into Mexico to cap- AIIFYEL. .,
ture and punish Pancho Villa Si.. 51.. Mludy pINHs d.sk ssera.
Although some of his follower ., .- ... k.uk. sin sslreeHv.I. .
..y I. emsre Mi-Uh SIN.Compar. .
were dispersed the bandit .
5 wawa388
WHITE .....
chieftain was not caught. ... '98et
*
2.98!
On this date
:
In 1638 religious leader Anne MIXES II A
Hutchinson who founded the i: S ..... ? 19'
Antinomian party In New England (Limn
was banished from the
Massachusetts colony but found !? IQl
refuge with Roger William. Ir GOLDEN RIPE FANCYBANANAS 2
Rhode Island. ,jft:, .
In 1820 Maine was admittedto
the Union as the 23rd state
In 1917 Cur Nicholas II of t it.MM"" M" 2 t.r 48'
Russia abdicated.In .
MM*
1939 Nazi forces completed : ( ''N
the occupation of Czechoslo- : I .
vakia. wad? for
I 3 205 ATTACHE CASE
In 1948 French statesman ., ( : r=
Leon Blum arrived In Washington ........ tyM _h. . to arrange for U.S. economic III II....... (4KMM4 Kin.*.
aid. 3 Ibs. 25C h" r.o 29 ..... ...../....

*' Value UI 188 V
Ten years ago The Supreme -
Court barred Alabama .... Lie I.
and Rhode Island from challenging l. ': "' 77
the constitutionality of, Mans? LADIES'JAMAICA
the Submerged Lands Act ol SHORT '

1953.Five years ago Russia declared 'k00'5' 11 C SETS

It considered Its non.ag- I Lfelt II
gression treaty with Iran still o I/.w dltpsls.l
in effect despite the Iranian 544.4155'J.aia.

certain government's clauses.denunciation of .? 2'9C .era.N dart.

lltalr
11
One year ago All 40 persons e.t. .d
aboard were killed in the .
crash of a four-engined Lloyd "b'69: Q s.*_ ,sq..dais. .
Aero Bolivian airliner north- .
ease of Aries Chile. .. C. ps. aeL's
610 W. MEMORIAL 1621 N. FLORIDA ,
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STAFF LEADER .
The man credited with InventIng AND 991 COMBEE ROAD iwvtT 47 191 rn
the musical staff was Culdo

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tury. He was also the first to invent -
a system of musical notation
making It possible to sing QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-

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