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RIDGE PEACE VALLEY 4 Are Newt THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Wed., May 25. 1568 Art Classes POLK-H1GHLANDS-HARDEE-DESOTO COUNTIES 'PERSON-TOfERSON f i Wr tea Aftermath of Texas Tornado Neighbors help Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Williams of Wolfe City, Tex., salvage some of their belongings after a twister roared through their neigh borhood late Monday. The Williamses and many of their neighbors saved themselves by huddling in a storm cellar. AP Wirephoto Designation as 'Historical Route' for U.S. 17 Proposed r f nil ctti VTD r Tribune Staff Writer r?.- WAUCHULA (By Staff Writer) m The proposed Paynes Creek Seminole Massacre State Park if accomplished, is expected to ZJ-bt the beginning of a U.S. High- 'way 17 "historical route," Tom -ray Underwood, Wauchula bank f "vice president and councilman- awarge, reports. He is head of a steering com- i i. . t. DIAMOND BROKERS "Diamonds Jtwelry LVSMIU tnd otner valuables. Many DIAMOND Valuet IFRANK'S'JEWEIRY, Uic Z . -. . 110 E. Mila St. DowntVwn LakHiml Optn ft a.m. to ft p.m. Fri. nit 'til 1 Louis R. Guerrieri, M J), announces the moving of his office to 2210 East Lime Street Lakeland, Florida for the Private Practice of Diagnosis and Neurological Surgery Hours by Appointment Phone 683-1873 mittee coordinating the efforts of the Peace River Valley Historical Society and the Bowling Green Business Men's Club to acquire the historical state park. The first major step will be for the committee to bring to the attention of tlje Florida Outdoor Recreation Committee and the State Park Board the historical significance and value of the Paynes Creek "massa-ere" site where two persons were killed and to provide all of the data the state boards need, Underwood said. Also, the steering committee will run down the ownership of the properties involved in the Scheduled At Lakeland LAKELAND B Staff Writer! Registration for summer art classes for pupils six to 16 ill be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Jutie 14, in Teen Midway Hall, it was announced yesterday by Ed ward Koon, vice president of the Lakeland Art Guild and summer program chairman. Mrs. Hazel Meti, assisted by Mrs. Mary Hutchins, will be in charge of registration The only charge for the six-week program is 50 cents for supplies. Classes are given by Guild artists in cooperation with the Lakeland Recreation Department. Mrs. Barbara Wileden, associated with the Polk County School system, will direct classes. She will be assisted by Mrs. Jean Clague, Mrs. Sue Winston. Mrs. Ruth Henning, Mrs. Rosalie Evernham, Mrs. Dorothy Flynn, Mrs. Ray Dur- din and Mrs. Lucille Harman, a member of the guild board who will act in an advisory capacity. At the end of the six-week progKam, children interested may enroll for an additional period for advanced irstruction by guild teachers Advanced classes will be held at guild headquarters in Tigertown, with Mrs. Grace Schlueter and Miss Holly Havalind in charge The guild's Open Workshop, directed by Mrs. Clague, will continue its Thursday sessions from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Tigertown building. Members and persons interested in the art guild activities may attend the meetings, at no cost. Further in formation may be obtained by calling Mrs. Clague. Koon emphasized the summer program is sponsored by the guild and the recreation de- have established the exact site of Fort Choconicla in the proposed historical park with discoveries of military articles and by measurements taken from an engineering survey of the 1850s. partment for children interested . At . ! in art instruction. He said sev- Accoraing lO Uie plans OI ine,prai hnnrfrprt vminoctPrc nartipi- steering committee meeting: Monday night at the First National Bank of Wauchula, the park would include the site of the slayings, an old vandal-scarred monument to the two victims, the site of a blockhouse and an old military cemetery. Underwood's long-range plan for a U.S. Highway 17 historical route, which found unanimous pated in last summer's program. proposed historical park for the! favor with the committee, will state boards, he added. It will be up to the state boards and their officials to . move onward from there withi the -backing of the historical so- ciety and the business men's club, continued Underwood, addling the two local groups expect to get the endorsement of numerous organizations. Underwood, Joe Himrod of Bowling Green and Park De-Vane of Sebring, amateur archaeologists, in recent years Hat! ffl FEDDERS 11' Install CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING (A FEDDERS Hot Complete Job $ZQC00 as low as O 3 FREE ESTIMATES Dptnding on li of homo TOWN5END air conditioning, inc.FEDDERS BARTOW 640 S. ORANGE 533-3117 LAKELAND 1038 S. FLORIDA 686-6682 WINTER HAVEN 293-2535 follow this general route: Fort Meade's monument to Seminole Indian Wars casual ties; site of old Ft. Meade; the Paynes Creek Historical Park; Hardee County's Pioneer Park; site of Ft. Hartsuff near Wau chula; DeSoto County's new 1,-000 acre state park, and Ft. Og-den site. Underwood said there will be other historical sites marked along the proposed U.S. 17 his torical route "Our rival, U.S. Highway 27, is a scenic route and we can not compete with those attrar tions," said Underwood. "But we have the historical sites and we can attract the tourists : through the Peace River Valley even though our economy is agriculture." Mrs. Bnnita Swans, Wauchula postmaster, and Mabry (Jack) Carlton, chairman of the Hardee Park Board, are determine land ownerships in the proposed historical park. The Business Men's Club and the Historical Society are sponsoring a picnic supper at the Paynes Creek monument site June 25. The steering committee was organized with Underwood as chairman, Col. Read B. Harding, secretary; Ed Brooke, co ordinating the Business Men's Club and Historical Society ac tivities; Arcadia Mayor Paul P. Speer, in charge of the Talla hassee contacts, and Himrod, field and survey activities. !' " SUITCASES (I lM BUY 1 OR ENTIRE SET N WIDE 5 VETS SWPP IS. IN NEWLY REMODELED POST OFFICE BLDG. vlPf P 402 N. FLORIDA AVE. N LA IV CLMPj U SS Polk News Of Record BARTOW (Special) The following court transactions are on file here: CIRCUIT COURT SuiU Filed Irene J. Cribbs vs. Thomas P. Cribbs, divorce. Eunice Williams Laney vs. Archie Clay ton Laney, divorce. Leon Cook vs. Mattie Mae Cook di vorce. Nadine T. Hawkins vs. Earl W. Hawkins, divorce. Patricia Ann Powers vs. Charles W. Powers, divorce. Edith Grace Mercer vs. Arthur Earl Merper, divorce. Marion R. Ford Jr. vs. Kathleen Ann Ford, divorce. Orville E. Dix vs. Mauricette J. Dix, declaratory decree. Lykes Brothers Inc., etc., vs. Loren Washburn, foreclose mortgage. Federal National Mortgage Association, vs. Artis C. Youmans Jr., et ux, foreclose mortgage. Pioneer Finance Co., etc., vs. Carl E. Hohn et ux et al, foreclose mortgage. Harry E. King, trustee, etc., vs. J. D. Hill, Ruth M. Logan, James W. Wagner et ux et al, foreclose mortgage. Eleanor Duff Bassett vs. Marion Eugene Bassett, divorce. Federal National Mortgage Association, etc., vs. Daniel Melton Jr., et ux, foreclose mortgage. Federal National Mortgage Association, etc., vs. Cleon Cooper et ux, foreclose morteaee. Patricia Ann Weeks vs. Freddie M. Weeks, divorce. Polk County Teachers Credit Union, etc., vs. Leslie F . Davis et ux, quiet title. Lockwood Oil Co., etc., vs. L. C. Dasinger et ux, foreclose mortgage. Gloria Wilson vs. Wallace Ray Wilson Sr., child support. Duff Groves Inc. vs. Clarence Trent, Eva Trent et vir, et al, quiet title. Polk Finance Corp. of Lakeland, etc.. vs. Israel Jones et ux, replevin. Fendlev Black et ux vs. The Municipal Hospital Board of the City of Lakeland, civil action. Central Florida Gas Corp. vs. Donald D. Drver. vici action. The Diners Club Inc., vs. George Lee Uooper, civil action damages. State of Florida, etc., vs. Monroe Brannen, sheriff, etc., habeas corpus. Orders and Decrees Margaret Jean Harrell vs. Theodore Willard Harrell. final decree divorce. Gloria Crockett vs. Donald Earl Crock ett. final decree divorce. Russell Trilck vs. John Lee Conyers et ai, final decree foreclosing mortgage Smith? Discount Co, of Haines City vs Richard Barnett et ux, final decree of foreclosure. M. D, Oates vs. Bernice Bentley et al, fina decree for plaintiff. Betty Ann Wilkes vs. Richard Ellis Wilkes, final decree divorce. Sandra Ashley vs. Allan Dale Ashley, dismissal. Kathleen Ashbaugh vs. John George Ashbaugh Sr., final decree divorce. Polk County, etc., vs. M. R. Brown et al, final judgment, eminent domain suit as to Gordon C. Huie, attorney etc.. $150. Winifred Canova Cristofaro. also known as Winifred Canova Dicnstofaro, vs Fred Cristofaro also known as Fred Drcristofaro, final decree divorce. Polk Federal Savings and Loan sso ciation of Lakeland, etc., vs. C. Julian Fussell et al, final decree forclosing mortgage. COUNTY COURT Marriage Licenses Michael Wayne Howsare, 21, Mulberry, and Donna Lvnn Hamilton, 21, Mulberry. James Walter Freed, 19, Winter Haven, and Martha Louise Merritt, 18, Winter Haven. Alonzo Herman Titus. 21. Lakeland, and Patricia Elaine Harper, 23, Lakeland. i IT"-' Glaucoma Clinic Set MULBERRY (Special) There will be a glaucoma screening clinic today, 1-4 p.m., at the Mulberry Clinic of the Polk County Health Department. This program is sponsored by Mulberry Lions Club in conjunc tion with its sight conservation project. The public is invited to participate in this screening clinic, and adults over 40 years of age are particularly urged to take the test. The examination is free, and is recommended every two years. Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness, but it can be treated if detected in the early stages. A spokesman for the health department advised that the mobile unit for chest X-rays will be at the Mulberry Clinic building at the same time the glaucoma clinic is conducted TO PLACE A WANT AD. IN THIS POLK HARDEE CALL 6 8 6 6 1 8 1 f Nik, Hightonds DtStt having ottitr txchanfw. pleas can colltct. Tampa Trlauna Want A Dept. r.t. Bo It! Tim Ita. TWAMTT ATTHSf15 WORDS 10 DAYS ONLY 3 T (ATI TO Pud W1NT A. PNM UUUM Mil ICOUfCt CAUJ .CCCTI.I CM MUTt (in MTV pa KM ltM SERVICE DIRECTORY faacoft HAVE Kdt of quiUy chain linn fenc at tec foot. Mutual rrnc Co - Lakeland. MU 1-41M DICKEY Chain link fences. Quality material. Ben Installers. Reasonable prices. Box 216 Wauchula. Phono PR 3-9553. ir Real Estate For Sale General Lakeland from 300 Down Now S 00 room, multi-bath, brick ana block homao In choice areas. Mel Rudy, Realtor Lakeland Mt-4107 Anytime U27 K- Memorial Blvd. LAKELAND HIGHLANDS 4 BEDROOMS, Vi BATHS ONLY $30,000. Reserve this beau tiful family home now and select your wall paper, tile, appliances, etc . . . Quality material and workmanship thru - out. A home you will be proud to own. Let's take a look at the blue prints. OTHER houses in this area avail able from $19,000. CALL FOR EDNA HARVILLE. BEERMAN REALTY, REALTORS, 2925 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland, 686-3151. Evenings & week ends, 682-8274. FOR quick sale. Partly furnished or unfurnished. 3 Bedrooms, 1 bath, built in kitchen. Corner lot, close to schools. House, lawn excellent condition. Lakeland 686-7305. 40 Business Opportunities ALMOST new major oil service ration. On new highway, good neighborhood, large industrial area. Excellent potential. Minimum capital required. For details apply Lock-wood Oil Co., 125 Bluebird Ave., 686-4161. Lakeland. MODERN billiard room, AC, Polk County, good business, $19,500. Reply Tribune - Tunes Box D-439, Tampa. 51 Apartment for Rent KITCHENETTE, furnished, 2 rooms, utilities A linen supplied, Bradley Motel, Hwy 92 East, Lakeland, 682-0828. to place want ads in this section Phone Lakeland 6864183 Education 101 Articles For Sale I Mist.) CONTRACTORS BUILDERS HOME OWNERS! MAR VELCRETE Fr all tnS cemtritftttR the ly ty ! permanently vitrrsrmf ir4 beautify MtMary wall itM . . . MARYELCRETE . . . PHONE COLLECT 683-1558 Lakelana 682-674S Turn unneeded articles ad in this section Ph into cash with a want Lakeland 686-6181 60 Schools LEARN computer operation; begin training now! New data processing course; on the job training program. Winter Haven Business College, 100 E. Central Ave., Winter Haven, 294-3168 Become a HAIR STYLIST in Just 7 Months BARTOW BEAUTY ACADEMY Phone 533-9464 Golden Gate Shopping Center Beauty Services 50o-6 Off Permanent - Tints - Cuts FOR FRIENDLY ASSISTANCE with your real estate needs, without obligation to you, call Edna Harville, 682-8274 or 686-3151 Lakeland. A wide variety of 2-3-4 bedroom homes in all sections of Lakeland and surrounding areas. BEERMAN REALTY, REALTOR 2HZ5 5. Florida Ave. Lake Wales JUNE GRADUATES ENROLL NOW For Summer cp Ann r. Carlton UU Owner Our school completely accreditedhas Highest rating in Florida. 3 teachers. c" CARLTON BEAUTY SCHOOL 329 Southlan Auburndale 967-4588 2 BEDROOM house. Two large iois. ooitview fBTK. Heal bargain. $4750. S. Prescott, Rt. 1, Box 313, Pine St. Lake Wales. Sebring FISHING CAMP on large lake. wun rental units, room for expansion. Delightful picnic area, good year around operation. $15,000 down, balance $1,800 yearly plus interest, for 10 years. EXCELLENT 3 acre citrus grove i years oia. two nice homes, $16,000. LOT for trailer or cabin Kissim- mee snores Fishing Camp $750. Elna Marie Salman, Associate. 53 N. Ridgewood Dr. EV5-7053 Grayce McCoy, Realtor Winter Haven 2 BEDROOMS, 1 bath furnished home with extra lot. In Southeast section. Hamilton Realty, 293-3907; 293-2064, Winter Haven. 12 Waterfront Properties NEED a relaxing haven? Kissim-mee River lots from $500. Roy P. Alexander, Realtor, Sebring 17 Income Business and Investment Properties MOTEL, 12 units, good gross. Room for expansion, apartments or trailer court. Box 271, Lakeland. 23 Farms Groves Ranches WANTED: listings on acreage St oves, targe or small. Hlffh- lander Realty. Reg. Brokers, 20 MarKet St., Lake Wales. 49391 24 Acreage 325 ACRES on Highway, close to Lakeland. Improved grass. Home, barn & corrals. $308 per acre. Long terms. GORDON WARING, REALTOR Lakeland Phone 682-4053 Finance 40 Business Opportunities WELDING shoo. 3 mile West of Auburndale on 4 acres land. Sell- ine due to health. Lakeland 682-7078, days. Auburndale 967-2422 or 7-l981 evenings. Employment 90 Jobs of Interest MALE PROGRESSIVE new phosphate company offers excellent employment conditions & fringe benefits to high school graduates passing physical exam and ability tests. Wages begin at $2.08 per hour. CCA, Bartow, 533-1141. WANTED; experienced service manager for major appliances, ranges, refrigerators, washing machines, etc. Give age, experience, salary expected. All replies confidential. Appliance Service, P.O. Box 41, Laxeiano. MALE, 18-35, responsible, experienced andor trainee in wholesale optical laboratory. Good opportunity for someone who applies themself. Contact Mr. Von Doltren, Monday through Friday, 682-3147, Lakeland. 91 Jobs of Interest FEMALE WANTED: RN, LPN, nurses aids. Good salary and working conditions. Call WO 7-2359 Auburndale, for appointment. WANTED; Go-Go girl dancers. Ap ply ume Bar, ion s. Florida 10-12 a.m. or call 688-4771, Lake land, for appointment. TWO Go-Go girls wanted ; phone wz-zm, Laxeiano, tor interview. COPYWRITER for Lakeland radio station, experience preferred but will accept sharp gal who can type fast and accurately. Salary open. Contact Bob Wolfe, 682-8184, Lakeland. ic Merchandise 101 Articles Per Sale (Misc.) MATTRESSES MATTRESSES, Box Springs, Couches Manufactured, King Size, Queen Size. Odd sizes Foam Rubber or Innersprings. Old Mattresses Rebuilt like new. Call or write for pickup service. BARTOW MATTRESS FACTORY Lucille k No. Park Ave P.O. Box 588, Bartow, Fla. Ph. Bartow 533-6185 110 Major Appliances REPOSSESSED 3 WAY black & white combina tion stereo-radio-TV. Pick up oay-ments. Balance due $248. TYREE'S OF LAKELAND. 228 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland. 682-0161. 2738 BARGAIN BRAND new 40" deluxe electric ranee only $138. TYREE'S OF LAKELAND. 228 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland, 682-0161. (2740). BELOW COST HOTPOINT double door frost free refrigerator. 15 cubic foot copper-tone. Marked down to S268. TYREE'S OF LAKELAND. 228 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland, 682-0161. (2741). 115 Musical Merchandise NEW PIANO $475 ESTEY Chord Organ ... $69 WURLITZER 4300 $1545 THOMAS Spinet $475 HAMMOND M-101 $1050 HAMMOND A-100 $1595 PLAYER PIANO $475 ACCORDIONS $60$125-$195 USED PIANO . $150 MELODY CARROUSEL Music Center Lakeland M Ph. 682-5555 115 Musical Merchandise BALDWIN PIANOS ORGANS GUITAR -New and irsed Bentali H H. Scott. KLH. Fisher Stereo hi-fl. Roberta tape recorders. Teaching studios. Dick Marsh no guitar, Janet Simonda on accordion, Winn if red Ott on piano -nd organ. Piano and orsan service. ' LAPP MUSIC CO. 116 r, Pine Lakeland 6M 3449 Arthur Smith Music Co. A name yog can rely en. Hammond organs, Kimball 4 Hammond pianos. 757 Cypress Gardens Rd. (Opposite Southeast Plata) Winter Haven 294-3387 121 Sewing Machines SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED MAKES button holes, ALL fanry stitches, monograms, etc. Need responsible party to assume 6 pavments of $7.90 per month. Sold for $269.50. Complete balance now $47.40. CALL COLLECT. Lakeland 683-1535J 688-2351. 123 Pets Supplies Services ADORABLE AKC repistered Hoiie puppies. Toy stud service. Chnping. ?9.1-4ti29, or 293-2510, Winter Haven. 129 Farm Equipment 1961 MODEL diesel 3 point honk up. Oliver 550 tractor. Good condition. 710 Ariana Blvd. Auburndale 967-2084. LEE KITCHENS Is now associated with Cannon Music Co. For your piano tuning & servicei call him now! "Free Estimates" Cannon Music Co. 303 8. Florida. Lakeland. 682-8145 OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS Hi FOR a cool, comfortable summer, install a 1966 Fedders room air conditioner from Ellsworth Appliances, 167 Ave. A., NW, Winter Haven. We guarantee satisfied cool customers. I PIANOS and ORGANS 110th ANNIVERSARY SALE ON NEW WURLITZERS New Wurlitzer Organ . $699 New Spinet Pianos, from $485 Baldwin, Model 72 $695 Used reconditioned upright piano $175 Used Spinet Organ .... $350 Used Cable-Nelson Spinet S425 Lowery Holiday, with AOC & Leslie $895 HOLIDAY MUSIC HOME OF WURLITZER PIANOS and ORGANS SEARSTOWN Piano Tuning and Repairing Ph. Lakeland 683-3847 Open 9 'til 9 Sat. 'til 6 P.M. Just Received Carload of good practice Pianos $125 $145 $175 $195 $250 $275 $295 $345 Alt Reconditioned and Guaranteed Convenient Terms Cannon Music Co. 303 8. Florida. Lakeland, 082-0145 OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS 136 Poultry and Supplies WILD turkey eggs, 20c each. A. J. Thomas, Lakeland 688-4021. Transportation 140 Boats Marine Supplies THE MACK BOYS FABULOUS NEW Chrysler Outboards COMPLFTE line including the alt NEW 105 HP. Now on display. E-Z TERMS 1921 Gary Rd., Lakeland 686-7242 To place want ads in this section Phone Lakeland 686-6181 142 Mobile Homes Suppliec Have you seen the new FLEETWOOD mobile hemes now en display at Baird's Mobile Home Let? 60x122 BR. for only $4,445 39x121 BR. for only $3,680 Also many more used mobile homes at big savings to you. See our selection of new and used campers and travel trailers. BAIRD'S Mobile Homes 2100 U.S. 92 East Lakeland. Fla. Open S AM-6 PM Mon.-Fri. 9 AM-SPM Saturday 1-5 PM Sunday Phone 682-1381 1956 RICHARDSON, 8x35, T bedroom, automatic washer, aluminum awning, $1100. Phone 6R6-7973 or see at 807 Hennessee St., Lakeland. Turn unneeded articles into cash with a want ad in this section Ph Lakeland 686-6181 USE THIS HANDY ORDER BLANK j START DATE RUN AD FOR 10 CONSECUTIVE DAYS i Number of words Remittance enclosed ! i Pltcs enclose money order, check or stimpi NAME .. ! ADDRESS J TOWN CARRIER'S NAME ! PRINT WANT AD HERE Writ Clesiiflettion PImm Include Ad"dret As Part f Ad. ADD S WORDS WHEN USING TRIBUNE BOX NUMBERS i l I a m I m Mell to TRIBUNE Want Ad Dept., P.O. Boi 191. Ttwpe, Re. 150 Automobiles For Sale . O.K. AUTO SALES 825 N. Lake Parker Ave. L3if'nd) No down payment, 683-2258 "At OK We Trade Your Way" Complete Selection Used Cars All makes, mod 1 5 TRADE-INS TRADED ON NEW VWt Open 'til 8 p.m. Lee Ragati Volkswagen 1555 lit St. South Winter Havtn 293-3135 Factory Authorized VW Dealer Paul Naylor Motors wishes to thank the peoole of Lakeland and surrounding areas on the successful celebration of their 10th Anniver. sary Sale. The response was so good, we will continue the salt the rest of the month of May. Join the Rambler Mind-Changing Month Paul Naylor Motors 916 N. Massachusetts Ave. Lakeland Ph. 612-0193 Lakeland General Lakeland General SI CRESTVIEW:fe 7 g !1 CRESTVIEW L?' iul CRESTVIEW reS&SS&ij CRESTVIEWl Li' 3: UJ U go u U U Wm Crestview 1235 E. Memorial Blvd. jCRESTVIEWf 11 CRESTVIEW t WLYVEDS' SPECIAL!! 2 To Choose From 50x12, 2-Bedroom FRONT KITCHEN OR CENTER KITCHEN ONLY 53938 MODERN OR EARLY AMERICAN Completely furnished including appliances Delivered to set-up on your lot Mobile (next to Jimbo's) Lakeland, Fla. I CRESTVIEW I Phone 682-8656 , J CRESTVIEW t today. m

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