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West Volusia Now One Telephone Community ,

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By JUNE SMITH quired before dialing till de- Sevffl areaboundary Utlune II.
wM Sun hews Bun Writer aired number. at Lakpf onroe. Pete >D oommlssloa'i I

The At u.01 this mernttft a big Telephone calla between tile Toll-free set\Ice between ralleg of petitions re- ;1
1' dropped out ot exittettee. DeLand, Orange, Qty Lake the DtWnd'an PI son exQha1ee gone tile service wen
And the faD of the "wan of Helen and Caasadaga Lieu wen lit May et by the DeLand

the 1" undoubtedly portend a and the DeBary, Drmna and 5.1 ln an, r of Oonmre. ashy
rise In neighborliness between' Enterprise area now may be other area chanvr -
: Editor's y DrLand and the DeBary the rvtand and The two telephBne' com-

Y, area "j well (i a boost to He Editorial On rip It I* the concrete l.eui ponies ales petitioned the comnuolon -
jytand'n economy. cooperation between comm requesting service.
r Itl'ct1todlY.. the. bug! made by limply dialing the tlf'IIlll Went Voluila and Southern Gordon Rothermel 1. district
Board distance between PeUnd number Haled tn the telephone Bell Telephone. Co. and the manager of Southern Bed
Clip and DeBary has been shortened directory Orange City Talsphnn Co. Telephone Co estimate overall -
by toll free telephone COMPLETES: LINK FUNMNO PERIOD cost of tile project to the
communication. The service which went Into Planning and )preparing; forth Bell sysem alone at $30.000,
Cilia between telephone subscribers effect today meant that De- toll free service: has been with an expenditure of ap.proximatety .
By R. R. WESTEBVELT: In these areas now Land It now linked by undrr way sine permission $21,060 of thin t

Editor Su* Newat DELAND'S TWO-PHONED MAYOR may be made without charge, telephone service with all communltlea for the ptjject was granted amount tn the DeLand tx
>lda| ever alt and lltten while SKILLMAN STARTS SERVICE and the direct-distance
: dialing In West Voluila. from about a year ago by the Florida change.
someone read to you more than cheater Re rick. MIL la DsBarr and M. R. Mathews Deliont prefix "1" no longer la re- the northern boundary In the Railroad and Public (nUnira4. n Pies Tn) i
65 brief eitayi composed by atu- I
dents In grade 4 through 12?
Now. I don't suppose many of .
you have. And 11 else Imaginethat WeatherFerecMl '

t a situation your tint could reaction be summed to such upI ", Inn d:' Partly cloudy.:

with the thought, "I cant thinkof jgtn suitors todav. tonight. High today
anything more boring, f.I W bt high lea
But let mo dispel those .
thoughts. I participated In Juit Tite lewaj I:" ,m. to
such an activity last week when ..,. 1:11: a-m. .........w. Hlghsll.n j

' I was asked to Join other members Serving AU West Voliula County : ...., 11:11 p.m. tide:.

of the press and radio la .
grading essays submitted In COil'lIecUon
with a Klwanlt Cub

project And frankly It was a VoL 50 No. 41 Sunday\ 1,1964. Deland, Florida 32720 Ssadaj 15c a (
lot of fun.Youngsters. "t_ : _
ta all West Vo- .-. .
lucia schools (gradei 4, J andS -

Junior On the high elementary and senior level high and stu- Speed: 2OOO'nili!/!: .. .. ': -j H;

dente were Invited to writ the i
I etsa>'s, SO words or teat about na
their teacher part or preient. J

t 100 the Deane per club said, almost Smith cent that received :project r. chairman 1'- ;LBJ Says U. S. Fighter Jj

particlpat I Ion. j'yA j
y :: .I v*
Hundred of essays (11 "L
wereacreened e b

achool by Individual Aircraft In 11 .

.t committees Top World 4 ,

s and only the I. ,
top live from ; .,1 : .. lr 4

", eacH partidWESTEBVELT
paling school WASHINGTON (WD-PreU- float news conference with "live" aircraft In the world today. lion hit tint since Feb. 1, In
were submitted for final judging dent Johnson revealed Saturdaythat ridio-televislon coverage that the President declared "The which he asserted confidence In ((2VL

W. had nine aeti from elementary' the United States I 11 flying the "All Jet Interceptor" has development of this aircraft has the wnrld'l chancel for a peace 11
schools, two from Junior a 2.QOO.mlJe aa hour fighter passed long.rang* flight tests at been made possible by major ful future. reaffirmed hit stsnd
high and two from senior plan that far outclasses any more than three timeq the speedof advances In aircraft technology against racial liteleranee L
.high. We graded each competition i other aircraft. In the world ..ndC'Jpenl sound he said several are of great sIgnificance to both turned ankle political questions
on a J-4-3.2.1 bail and the new villas for civilian as being tested at Edwarda Air military and commercial appli and ranged over other broad
Klwanla committee win total the well as military aviation.Be Fore Base Calif. cation." area. o( International) and do- Et
Votes from all judges and announce partially lifted four years "The performance of the Au His proud disclosure highlighted mettle ianuei.BAM .

the three top winners, of secrecy to announce at hi* I far exceeds that of, any other a 31.minute newt set- I COMPROMISE!
--- -- - -- -
one from each grade level at The President vowed no corn-

Tuesday' ni etng. : on the far reaching
One of the letter w* heard, Judge Race llnuae approved cIvU right

not among the finalists, was hill now awaiting Senate. debate,
from an elemental f I imn' pipi"
1-1 .tno t V !sewww.Meat ,,1''''
< firm
nH '
who lactated that bill teacher Wilt > "Wfr .
> sad l' ""
;Ii, outstanding becauno" -" h* comb M Is BM.promla. defended the t.S. eui'ben
\. her hair like the Bestles, an anticipated U million i 1

I thought the letter wu rather lard Sale tn Cuban: tbmmunladictator ;}
original\ and ihould have been Fidel Caatroi
Included the Malian but I
w It didn't make It. t As he did at lie Ul two NATIONAL GUARD' QUEEN. -, Aft Monroe daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. J\!.

A number of the writers "(and I By Byinglbn i I news ,rnnlettn<<'tl. he declined Monroe, 211 N McDonald .,,old DeLand High School senior l last' night I

we must admit that the essays WF i.\,'." the to gel Senate' Into new Rule iperlflcs Committee'stuveetlgstlns about was named the winner In Ibe'annul beauty contest conducted by the DeLand unit of
from the fourth fifth and sixth -of his former the National Guard. She was crowned by Cipt, Martin! Chandler, unit commander,
graders were far more Interesting County! Judge John .. B>'Ing- tege, Senate DenMrratla See.retary pro. during the annual military ball at Ole armory, Runneriup lay,, pictured on pg 2. J
than these from the more advanced ton led light announced that
Sabin Oral (Sun Newt Photo by Gilmore)
itudeati) heaped praise Sunday! he will not seek reflection to tie Robert 0. (Bobby) .

upon their Instructors became office. H l will retwto private 1
they were particularly food at t ac JnteilL J '' *_*..JI.tu. J. ** t .-*.. ..: law ptvcUce.Bylngtca And ,he. confirmed that ke Sets 83 Feared Lost

arranging game and umpiring TO was appointedto aware that extra security .W"I Bryant

baseball contest. To 5 the office en Dec. 14. 1 by guards war ordered for
Homework alto van a big factor Noon p.m. Today Cov, LeRoy Colllnt and elected trip tt Florida this week. But
la the teachen' ratingsThote to the office In 1960. H* win finlah he said a* did not know any
who were liberal with till hi. term In office which details. when asked about re Probe OvcrFEC British Airliner d
night work got their share of ends In Jsnuary port the Secret Service acted

praise. but it just didn't seem In his statement Bylngton said: because of a tip a Cuba
aa sincere a* the pralte for thole Second Sabin "Prior to my appointment si suicide pilot might try to ramor

who confined the majority of County! Judge I wit deeply lateretted shoot down his plan. Strike) Vanishes, In
the work to the classroom.AH sal engaged In the probate sm AT TABUS

of the compositions were of will and etate There The President displayed an
well done and the youngsters for*. at County Judge, I triedto sir of calm seriousness, with

deserve a great deal of credit make the administration of fleeting touches of humor T ALLAH All E E (urn INNSBRUCK, Austria CUP Leopold KoehJer, ipokaamM

It sound win amazing sincere to and hear thoughtful the many Slated estate and the probate law through the question, aid -an Gov. Fsrrii Bryant stepped A British airliner with 53paeans ,I for the Austrian\ Clvfl Avtattog
Sunday of Florida effective both In spin .apeeresdna.. He set some newkyle
reasons at to why students likedparticular It and letter in Voluala County for It. lie ant at a hug Into the IVrlda East: Coed Railroad aboard vanished Saturday i Rescue Committee, laid tit mla*
a swirling fog over this .
a teacher. where I have lived for many table In the State IVprimnt'i ilrike Saturday, laming a slv search' wa* being organ.Ir.d
to be a great winter Olympic cipHal. It was but thai the
There seemed fig was so
I bid the satUfsclion -
years. International Conference Ream, 21 team with broad
realization that what la learnedla The second round of a three taut without charge a Utlrleii of knowing that effaces man powersto considered eerllll to hav. thick sll operation had to besuspended
the claMroom: win be of 1m- round fight against polio I 11 dote of oral polio vaccine which have bees luccesuful my and It has flanked by 90S reporter at the Inventlgaie, arts of violence' mashed In till snow\ covered until. morning
table and .
of chairs.They
gnus table value la the yean scheduled today In Voluala Cou.ty. win provide what Is believed to given me much pleniure.JUTICE on Instructed connected with the dispute Aualrla Alp. The flight I was regularly
to remain
ahead.The. ; he lifetime protection agilnst : dWCEBX seated.were The tram, comprised of U The turbo prop airliner/ with scheduled 102 of the British (
proJect I* tied In with the During this second Sabin Oral Type m polo "Justice Is concerned with the and lo seek When asklrf: questions' highway patrolmen and six men 7S passengers and a crew of Eagle: International Airlines. '
annual Teacher Appreciation Sunday, an persons three There will be no chugs for pathology of the body politic. lag hand recognition by from the sheriffs hosed*, will right was m rout' lo Innihnick The plan, a Britannia, left
Week Hated by Klwanla dub month of age or older may ob. the vaccine, but n 23-cent don.. The County Judge U he U adequate be headed up by State Patrol from London wild a party of London *t noon for what wee to
h throughout Florida. John H. Ova may be made to help delay to his functions must set Capt. A. K Reddlck. Bryant' varauVmen. Tog had settled In have been n two hour Bight t
Smiley, county school superin expenses. the moral tone and atmosphere Baby For Prince former patrol aide. ever (he bowl.shapd valley along a route taken by manyparticipant I

tendent. win be the guest speaker Herlong Raps On the first sos; Jan. II, sod of the courtroom and guide the LONDON The learn was ordered to go Radio contact with the plot.nd.d In the decal f
at the dubs Tuetday meeting (UP!) PrincessAlexandra .
abruptly In Indication
the "makeup" day the following course of legal proreedingi soas to work immediately.rKOBK an Olympic games.
and win have the honor of vtvsetoui and popular '
of theeasay Sunday, more than M.OOO person to assure tU fair and rational \IOLtMT. sudden disaster. so Ace Twee ,
recognlilnf the winners cousin of Queen Elizabeth
contest.W Strong Push In Volusia County received administration of ,ustke. n, gave birth to a son Satur Brysnt" said the team wets to.-._It
congratulate the Klwanlaain Type labia( oral vacctne. Having demonstrated that tillproMte entered to roncentrst mainly

fine project one that hat ALL ELIGIBLE laws tan,and should be day.Delivery M aria of violence! that would
a for the old
elicited wonderfu word from Of Rights Bill An persons In the county are scrupulously administered tinder TTyeir not fall directly nnder the ,Investigative
princess was reported to have
the youngsters and that heap deserved urged to take the vaccine today the law asd having aa abiding power of (the Federal
been 'difficult. Doctor said
even t"wlaG" did not take the steal of coaititutiMal propriety Barest of Investigation.
the teaching
praise on OCALA (Special -Omgress- Type I vaccine.Official I have oVtrrmlaed and anticipate mother lid child ink la which was ordered late the! i

gi-olNaW'e mss A. S. (Syd) Hertong ot point out thai those with pleasure to return toMM.e.u.a Use tor the throne art cIo-l case this week by President *iTgLt
charged here Friday ... ing Hue. j
Dfttt Than Hiking that the civfl right bd was taking the Type m vaccine today _ee Twat Lyndon
"railroaded through the House of and the Type n, m th* third The. fnerraiMi Investigation with
If you're lib me the laU tltJwl.N god April 12. CM procure the activity came M the heels of
president JC atd1'. >>mUe hike oral.vaccine for Type I through two eiplnskMS whisk Mew Up. Mitchell'sproltlllonai
campaign Bern ready appealed.It 1Iftht,. who repreaents Flee tints phytldan tight weeks alterWdag rnOroed property" this week. t
ida's fifth district, declared deli the last dote at the $06eathna.
wu one of my prtsctple OnTheLiside. FEDERAL roomunn L
Juztae right benefits ender the new .
s, I think ICs Bryant uld sppolntment of'' s
"almost tortdentaT to .
bill are Cost of the countywkie program
caned. the special Invettlfttlon team I SANITONE
the federalgowrement
encroachment by Is
being underwritten by
Now. however, a doctor with laMluUtlppI late right ol Individuals the Vohula County Medical FACE 3 Program outlined for Orange was carried out with the know. c'' t DRYCLEANINQfn4w
baa come up ledge of tile federal Invntl-
I which the measure win per Sndf't,. The DrLand Jaycee.
wonderful substitute City Frontier Dy celebration. .
t what I can a gating agrnnr He ordered Red i
mit. headed by Jim Radrr and Hill
for the 5O-miJer. dick !. alter aa Mate fsctlltlr.
of the The bill win greatly changethe Hester are serving aa volunteer PACE 10 New announcements: in state,
Writing In the fatted the FBI III IS Investlgatlnns.In .
law of the workers.C
I 2Jiaawtp$ state Medical AMOocca. State. Httaca' declared. He < .MlwM4 s ,... Tvol county political campaigns. QusliIkation I' addition, Bryant appointed
.... .. Nui or-
"ant Any GeL Joe Jacobs
pointed to the bUTs fair employ.meat b f ins Tuesday j
*4 "legal advlanr l. the learn. .
practice prevision ss ttsmost Young Fascists. Riot
I New Raids In Borneo dangerous segment." PACE 11 Winners pictured! in Garden Qub'i I Jacobs was the sts't's legal
nan hi U. recent case against
I KUALA UWC (UPO Berlong said a stmf lobbyist HOME (VP1) Three hundred Tour ef Ji""DIll. r
Costs fishermen arrested
Malaysia charged Saturday that far the eMI rtgVs MS, represent. young tascistn herded left- I I
Indonesian nerrflU raiders lag the AFL-aO. admitted tonM wing itudents and sotlc* outside PACE 12 Toll-free telephoc/service! editorUL fishing hi rVirlda witers.

I beanietato that the bill wu "charged Fume L'nlverslry Friday
made "fresh Vocational lot DK5
WHngtwoMalaysiaa with emotion" and made as when ustversrfy avthorWesbanned program York Slill Criliral' .....
Northern Borne Friday seniors outlined.! I ifc.Ii. |e bk yearn / S hi lefts,fs r.."
poUcemaa trout aa possible with the e* a fawttt Tally en IMP gseLeac, let she l.w.nne.1 ass dy.'e, .,..w .
1 I, A loreifn office spokesman prctaUon that R wtutd have to JAMRITOWN. Tees el1'J-i labor .."... had eec e.pel Sw feU IS* airs wale I
. later .Mc. broke ep th. riot by PAGE 14 Contestant listed for annual Sun Famed World War 1 her tfl.AM i c
said no further detaua are avafl- be watered down .*.. .....f<*a**..!
"Every hit of the racial troublewe driving seeps through the crowd.No New spelling be*. Yak remained U "cri '
abu as yet la due to the bilL" tIMtteIIPf"IINI ear wa ertouly nfured, II Sarah rondmen" at Featret
\ The Malaysian that Indonesia government'has violated have deder '1. H<'-enpressed hut a number ., the rMer' PACE 1C DeLand Museum directors prepare Lowly ......... I l HITPHFI 0 CLEANING "
Charged detained A yMa* the aUlsg
the cease fir arrangedby hop*' that the SmstewMM were bruised. Twenty were for move.I ,r : 4e STOr3LCS909 ..i
and war eferaa said Yerh tvtUn
H the bUTs for qvestiiMtog eight
F. teduce *'""M i
U S. Atty. Cen. I to beep fr" nNrWe were charged wife "eulngteng a "WigM rrUpM" In it.* UiestWttie North BouIT ,
rd Phon.
KeiuMdy at feast II time since .htng i ptovtilees 1 7W-34 fU.I1ERnt .
the fascism. which to a criminal against age and Oas j
Jee.1.It nominally became eCeetrvc : tile< lUlL"..tst the. rail hetween of rIM to Ealy. I I Friday.


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SRB Commitment Sought 'Karl Pledges

I Contest

Chamber Sets
'Group I For Governor

MIAMI, (UPI) Rep Fre*

derick Karl of Volusla promise
supporters Friday that the cur-
Over Roads mitt tare for governor would not
Requests be dull so long as he ash a candidate .
. 1'.L'L I .

"The people are going to have
a choice this time between a candidate .

Requests fer fourtaalng three US IT In Orange City Influenced I turnout" of committee and who Is frank and candid
highways in West Velusla County the committee choice chamber members for the and those who are not between

will be made by the DeLand of Its top project.Representatives. March 10 budget request which fjj'j'\l I i a candidate who meets every Issue
Chamber el Commerce roads on the commit. will M presented by chamber \ F and controversy and those

committee at a !State Read tee from Orange City pointed to vice president Fred B. Manclnlk who duck debate and Iran en the
Beard District 5 budget hearing a longstanding. complaint about In the pi.Mentation, Manclnlk 'bland stand'." he.> said It the

here March 10. poor drainage ea U.S. IT, whichis I II. will emphaxlzt to the board that opening of his Dade County cam-
ne committee which met the city's male thoroughfare. no new construction projecta pain headquarterss.Kart
Friday listed four.lantng of U.S.J7 Frierson urged a "heavy I are In the current budget said it had become popular .
sduth from DeLand through i r for candidates for public office .

Orange CIty ai the moat urgent to try to please: everyone,
highway need. The samt project OVER CYPRUS ISSUE RUNNERSUP IN NATIONAL GUARD CONTEST Runnersup in the contest conducted make no one angry and to be
.. .
was tops on a list of proposals .. .. ---- ; -- : -- by the local unit of the National Guard, left to right, are Sheila Kittle, Elizabeth Lee .and Joy DeBartolo,._The aen contreverslaL But the Day

by the croup last jear.I winners were named last night! *' the military ball in the armory. Winner of the contestAnn Monroe, is pictured.:, tuna ,Beach attorney laid' he

I''proposed Second on highway the priority projects list for of rUS.British: Embassies on page 1. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) s ? '", rrr. : 22: .would-Jtt< - "
.. ...
To-be-candid and honest? To ten
which the committee hopes funds T : -t: :
Pit t oiuw tnoiau) SUN mm SUNDAY MARCH 1 if" RUDY "
will be budgeted this year 1* JACK TRIAL the 'truth? he asked "Can 9
four.laning of three miles of man be too honest to bo ,av.

U.S. 92 between US. IT and Attacked} By Greek Mob' ernnt7"
Kepler Road Karl promised to answer every
THIRD PUn: Dallas Court Recesses question on every Issue, to spell

Four.laning US IT between ; DeLeoa and and "furthermore I am
Springs P@raon for going
ATHENS UPI More than to a frenzy pitch at a rally just
which right.of-way already U to freely criticize\ \ those candidates .
available, third 1000 Greek- university students outside Athena University by, d who refuse to do the
was given place 5By
"murderers" and 1 Not
shouting keep Still
priority by the group. hands off Cyprus," crashed several speakers, including government r Jury Complete same,
"This will not be a dull .
Support of the VelusLa Commit- officials and deputies JI campaign
through police barricades Saturday
It will be a campaign ef
Slpa. will be sought for the One ef the Nlkos
In speakers was
a march on ,the V.!. issues"
proponed projects before official Embassy.The Sampson, a former leader of the
budget requests art made, DALLAS (UPt)-Lawyers at prosecution quickly I bogged
according to Gerald E. rrtel'lfln.cllalrm.1I group then marched on t Greek Cypriot EOKA terrorist Jack Ruby'a murder trial ran down, however in picking at
the British Embassy' In the latest i organization and now publisher through seven legal RaceIs
of. the committee. prospective iilts/ railing plans to. Judge
Trlerson\ said the committee; o/ a series. of increasingly of an antl.American! antl.British jurors Saturday before the start testimony first thing Mon
tiffins to obtain an SRB commit' virulent antl<< .Arr.llrlclI.lId\ antl newspaper on Cyprus court gave up for the weekend day morning.

meat, et least for the number -British campaigns No injurieswere ARMS SHIPPED still two short of the "12 CHALLENGE tSED Declined

one project, before Cov. Farris reported.The (Turkish Cypriote said shipments good men and true" needed to Chief defense counsel Melvin '
Bryant's term of office ends students decorated trees of paper to his Cyprus judge him. Belli used his 17th and next to- I
Deo. 31. Otherwise, he said, outside both! 'embassies with newspaper actually containedarms It was a disappointing finishto last peremptory challenge to
work on the reek might be Turkish fete and presented the. for Greek Cypriots), a day that started with high remove Mrs, Vera Johnson, a By Byington
duty officer at the U.S. Embassy
delayed two Sampson told the students he BERNARD BISHOPRim resolve. I telephone company department
years.STIMULATE vestigators gasp, working: at
TRAFFIC with a giant fez, symbolizing brought them ". salute from New. AMorlale Editor policy m.klnIIVI.. The 12th day began with' supervisor, without giving ex (Casnaue from P>" Oat)

JUl three. of the-proposed road United Greek States charges that the Cyprus which la fighting againstthe Before the government la Well If it wasn't spies It'd predictions that 'Veil get a I planation.If my law practice which I have

projects would stimulate traffic Greece the favors Turkeyover dis. Turks and the barbarian through eliminating to-called be Democrat or Republicans 'jury today. The defense and he ones his third and last always enjoyed,
on Cyprus
through, West Volusla cities and allies" Sampson was accused "poor pockets" In America extra challenge Monday, Judge BAR THANKS
fawns, the committee believes. pute. They carried banners la hid of shooting two British there'll likely be some empty The President declares that Joe B. Brown has Indicated, he "With sincere thanks and 1
showing President, Johnson soldiers In the back during Cy. British Liner will gratitude to all the members of .
Without highway Improvements, pockets among taxpayers. price stability has been maintained get no more The Judge
wearing a Turkish fen and
members point out new inter prus' fight for Independence : on consumer products I gave him three additional' FrI. the Bar Association and the
state arteries will divert considerable screamed "Yanks go back to but was later acquitted. After, Three major television networks for six straight years_ day when he wed up hia original\ hosts of friends Volusla Coua- t
traffic from the region. Texas' the trial, In '11. .rtlcl. .11hl ; have obtained approval Wonder when's the last time Feared DownIn :13. ty for their good wishes and
Obviously, the new residential PETITION CONTENTS newspaper" Sampson admlrteif- fer setting up a TV studio In. he bought cucumbers Of the original panel ef 151 expressions of confidence I regret
development at Deltona In southeast A delegation banded the duty' killing the two British soldiers the White House. The studio names nnlv one was left: I to say I will\ not be a candidate

Voluila and anger among officer a petition which aid, ad a' British medical officer.; will be situated In what la Some thing make you woa- Mountains George E. ,Staten On Monday, I for" reelection at County
residents about the condition of "We pretest the attitude of the called the fish room. der the attorneys will question him Judge
US. government and art unable The room's name might be In the Soviet Union farmsare and then start on a new list Of The Volusla County Bar Association
to understand what sect of appropriate. Bet there'U be collective. Farmers there (OtliTO>4 fr..m Pit OtLa M proSN'Ctl.m'E! last month passed a resolution

Second Sabin friendship this I.." H. replied, A GOVERNOR some gosh awful fish stories often are punished for not producing "The American government has emanating from It enough.Recently plane two hours and 18 minutes Five panelists\ were dismissed urging that he run for reelec

the warmest feelings teward a In the United later when the pilot radioed he today for opinions, one for ties
Slated the Cypriot people, We have Dr ANY One of those Senate Investigating States, an Arkansas farmer was In the Innsbruck area after posing the death penalty op. Uriel (Bunky) Blount DeLand
Sunday: heard your demands The .m. groups says there are was fined $18,972 for overplanting crossing I the mountains Brown who \had threatened a attorney, has announced! that he.

bassy's doors are never closed OTHERNAMEt over 100 security risks workingin Moreover, the governmentsold whirl rise as high as 12000 night'\ se..lon to pet oa with trial will seek for the the Democratic noralaatlm
The United States' deort are the State Department. Some his farm at auction feet toward Switzerland and III the slaver of .L.e Harvey post
Over County !never clm 4" y.? \ d of them are even spies, the In. Bet it made him see rH taper oft to (000 feet toward O.wald celled court to order 25
a spaaY
The students; were whipped U- CMchotiovakla. minutes late and
writers poet, President two Brilisl Buses
*tCe.U.u.. free Fir O..> Lyndon B. Johaaea Thursday .' FACE ADDITIONAL IIRCES' "Shortly after 218: pm. we hours later until _10 a. m. Jton. ). j ,
.btlws yellow slips received by : twice addressed Flor- <* |lost radio contact with the .1 day

who took the Type I vac- Obituaries Ida's governor as "Gov. plane and since the there has At 4he same time, the Texas Sold To Cuba I \
rise art to be brought to the Brown. not been a trace," Koehler Supreme Court In Austin win\ be

stations today., This will make The references were used Sanford /old' ,,.fronted with S_ second urrl'nH.npeal _____ ,
I'ioCl.llnl'f''a faster than the Joieph 3IcLeLand\ la Johnson's speech: at Men.Charged NO SIGN to bar aa Jurors anyone LONDON (UPD-Thei) British -

r tar minutes required previous. ceremonies near Palatka At T pm Koehler's rescue who saw Ruby shoot the accuiwd firm Leyland Motors, said Saturday .
Joseph B. McLeland.. of dedicating start of construction committee Issued a statement Mxiln on televialon. It will sell another 50
1 '. frt will be a physician, lit W. Newly Ave, died at 119: oa Florida's cross which said, "We have had absolutely William VanDwreek.: at as- \buses to Cuba, bringing to 450
nurse and pharmacist at each pm, Friday la a local nursing state barge canal With Assault Robbery no sign of the plane It incise law professor at South- the number sold to the Fidel
station. home where he had been a The Incident probably has simply vanished and we era Methodist University, filedan Castro regime
JAt Osteea; a mobile unit will patient for two years He had caused the President some must as same that it has appeal with the court FrI. Sir William Black chairman
Ierve as a feeding station from been a DeLand resident for 19years. day too late for it to act be ef
embarrassment later., although _., crashed.' Where we do not Leyland Motors confirmed!
peon' to S p.m. and at Enter. at the completion ..: Two of the Negroes chargedwith A Preliminary hearing was held know." fore Monday. Havana radio reports that aa
prise the vaccine may be taken Mr. McLeland was !horn Jan, ef hit address he put hit the robbery and beating ef I and the t* 21 1873
ar the Methodist Chlldreo'Ihome In England and was a arm around Coy Farris ::: Frank Gray market clerk; last Circuit Court. tint opened to large planet in Sense bid a week ag v without ba id addition to the 400 previously
!! from 3.30: to I p.m. retired ehlf steward for a Bryant shoulders and week have confessed to beatingand All three face a preliminary the spring of last year when comment, Beth' then _threatened agreed on.
SMI' other persons la West VoluU steamship line He was a member tonferred briefly. robbing two Kayo service lI.arlnlJIl'eare Justice Horace the runway was lengthened to to taketho Issue to the- U. S. But he told newsmen the contract

e are asked to go to the Church of DeLand the First and Methodist 40. The incident probably station attendants on U S. IT on lie I.)"'. court Thursday oa the accommodate planes swoopingover Supreme Court.Titusville, for SO\ buses wit part of
iapculatlon sites nearest their a year .
Dee 22.Sheriff. Hi Way market charge the original
the mountains and setting agreement and
hems between and 5pm. member of Aurora Grata Day was 'Just aa embarrassing
Feeding stations will be at T, i Star Lodge TM FAAM, Brooklyn, for Cov. Bryant because Rodney Thursby said Thursby said investigation la. don for the valley landing Hotel that the signing had been de
School Gov. Brown Is the chief that Robert Barkln, 20, and Cur continuing to set If they are connected SECOND DISASTERIt layed because these buses were

DtWttt Plerson DeLeon Taylor Springe Htfh School;, NY.He la survived hy a daughter, executive ef California. Its Poaley, 30 both Sanford In the with any, other robberies was the second major airline Swept By BlazeTITUSVILLE of a slightly different specification
Dempsle Brewster School; Mrs Ethel L Newman, DeLand, There Is no indicationthat yesterday' admitted that theyrobbed county.Seventh disaster in a week On from the earlier ones.Britain's .
Gforge Marks School; StarkeBkraentary and a son, Harold J. McLeland, the President's faux the Kayo Station south) of Tuesday an Eastern Air Lines wdllngnMs to trade
School; DeLandwh ,Weitfield, NJ. paux had anything to do Orange City and beat the attendant Del Jetliner with 57 persona aboard (UP) ) with Communist Cab a has
School;. Orange City Funeral service. and burial with strict security measures *. Fleet crashed Into Lake Pont. FIre swept the three.story Dixie brought it Into sharp conflict\
Slhaol; Lake Helen School and will be In Brooklyn. Lankford maintained during the Thursby said the two were chartrtla shortly after taking Hotel early Saturday but Bone ef with the United States and
DeBary Community Center Funeral Home Ma la charge of rest of hit Florida visit. taken to the scene and reenacted off from New Orleans on a the hotel 70 guests wit 'in- more. recently Venezuela (Itself
local arrangements. ll:1I waked: their On Maneuver flight from Mexico City to jured. : _- "|'he target of *..Castro-Inspired

.1; car Into the station. New York. All .aboard were One fireman" DanM Kletfer revolution >..
Gideon Law FreesJJOOO On* had a 32 callbfr'pltol\ killed. was treated at nearby hospital
Fredrick R.dt TAIPEI (LTD) VS.
r John D, Fisher, 11. lor
From Jails Toll.1 1'ce slugged Seventh Fleet ships with 11000 The wont single commercial smoke' Inhalation] FMSC Slates
Fredrick Vincent ( The other had a tire tool and hit The blue fai the -wood-frame
Ricky Marines of the Third Marine plane disaster occurred June J,
ruder I-year-old son of Mr. and Warner Cockran. 20 Orange Division In Okinawa en hoard t2. whea an Air _France Boeing structure, which overlooks the
TALLAHASSEE (UPI-Mort Mrs Fred B. lUder, 912 Land Service Is City Cochran was hospitalized Saturday Joined Nationalist Chinese TOT 'Jetliner !hurtled off the Indian River, was Ant reported
thjVn have been la Sanford with lacerations. at 3 13 Dress Review
( 1,000 prisoners Lakes Court died at 3 a.m. forces la aa amphibious runway and Into a field at Or- : am, EST. Eight fire
reVued from Florida ,falls because Saturday at the J. HUlls Miller menu TAKEN exercise. Airport ovtstde Paris killing tracks "wert used.!to fight the
of the U. 21. Supreme Approximately f4M was taken fire and it was controlled
Clinic, Gainesville, following and several
110 persona wiping out The first of nine
The exercise, named 'Back
Court landmark<< "Gideon" dt- heart surgery. Inauguratedlntugurtta In cash plus two checks. tbe.culturil hours later. _
of leaders of dress
litany reviews
rack, U one of the b1n..tJoint at laid f
elision, the !head of the federal tit was bore Feb. 1 I960 In It was the cashing of then Smo-Aroertcan Atlanta Ca. Many el the guests were Military School and College will
said Friday.\ checks which led to connectingthem maneuvers forced to flee Into
rdhnns system DeLand and atttftded First ICeapeual eras Pies Coil the early be at 3 p.1Itoday at the DeLaad
"#sm.s V. Bennett said the Methodist Church. | ef the service with the Kayo station robbery ever staged by Nationalist pour" ganolla or kerosene one morning cold wear I a I bedclothes airport campus.
that the must Thursby said. China and the United States, In wood and
rijtog state provide aeressltsted extensive plannlng. fire a stove. carrying blankets.
In addition to his parents heIs During the review the FMSC
penniless felons with law- Each of the men took a check military sources said. The victims were Identified Two Brevard County sheriff'sdeputies
as well as laMallatlnn band will and the
survived I play
by a sister PamelaDyne popular
yen had Impact In at least five Itader; paternal graadparents telephone lines to link the affected and cashed It at two DeLand About 15.000 American and aa Leon Walker Sr.. scoot 55.' :I found an SO.year-oid drill team. The Lancers, wul

states. Mr and Malt James areas. and modification liquor atores. One signed his. Nationalist Chinese troop are his SAB. Leon Jr. I, and two ,' man wandering about in a perform. Cadets will be recognized
kite told the ninth annual I Rader Jr. DeLand, paternal et exchanges In all the communities address 'Sprin Hell." The ether taking part In the exercise. Protected neighbor Inn>-who were spending smoke ruled hall oa the third for academic achievement.
Sawhern Conference on Correctans I great grandparents, Mr. and Involved. used 'Spring Hill. : by submarines and the night at Walker's home floor and led him to safety The public Invited to attend
that In questionatres towidens Mrs. James Rader Sr., Mans- Deputy Gene Petrone was assigned planes, the Seventh Fleet anal James Cab I rr lit. 1, and dowa. fir*.escape, The reviews wW be approximately
throughout the United field Ohio, and Mrs. T. D. to Investigate the gaa tank force will land the Amerl- Michael Johnmn 1. The Victims Cause of the fire was not 40 minutes long
States oa the effect of the nila Thompson, Prrrysvllle Ohio; The Editor's station robbery and he warned! can Marines en the coast sear were all Negroes. Immediately dftbr'7'ttr rndnb. Other reviews will be ea
|; S3 said they were notbtMered maternal grandparents, Mr. and banks, and other Institutions to the southern tip ef Formosa to )March and 13; April 12. U and
and five reported conalterable Mrs. John Crumblne, New be nn the alert for the two dislodge Iff"our aa "Invading eaemyforce. One Hospitalized 26. and May 3, 10 and 17.

fie said impact the Kansas state aunts Smyrna and Beach uncle and several Clip Board checks.b questioning the two and 1 a : After Street Fight Meet Over dcan-Up

to get third) man, Jeff Davis 34. Sat-, "
prisons reported appeals Pie In Fire
Funeral service win M at 1am I
nut of prison !had doubled since Monday In the Chapel of (cbanseM trail Pale 0.1) ford Negro about the beating I A DeLand Negro was listed ta ORANGE CITY The second
the$ ruling was made. Memories at Lankford Funeral elation. Dr. David Meaner says of Gray and robbery of the Ill- CITRA (LTD Four serious comtttfln at Flail Memorial organizational meeting for this
Home with the Rev. George the flabhy executive (II think he Way Curb Market, the trio also persona burned to death Including Hospital yesterday afterreportedly city's paint up clean Up cam-
la the foremost
Mahogany asked! about other robberies.nnrmo .
eYflnet wood In the world, accenting Wiseman pastor of the First meant me) caa give hit wife a was mtruroPetrone : a man and his son, In .ablaze being attacked! with a palgn scheduled' for April fit
Methodist Church officiating vigorous five-second hug etch which swept through a broke bottle yesterday mon was held\ Friday
to the Encyclopaediallrltannlca. had the checks which
Burial win, be la DeLand Memorial morning. The doctor sajs the frame home In this north Florida big Charles Forcer, representative
Gardens. hug Is designed to tone-up chest I the men "had cashed and badeach !i' community Saturday SneruTa Deputy R F Turf..,.. ef the Lions Cub, was appointed'

Pallbearers will be Markalee muscles for the desk bound male. nun write\ five times the firemen said the blaze was I one of the Investigating officer, p.,.. eat really lecere general chairman. Serving aa
j mb.URNe\ Blackwelder Billy Tucker\ Bob Since many wives Are more address they put on the checks.One apparently caused by aa explosion said that Roosevelt Lock was CAlm co-chairmen are Richard Harris
Cast and Joha Patterson accustomed to receiving a growl consistently wrote 'SprlaH'I1" when the man tried to.wan. severely nit with the broken bat INTO Attim aid bring Huff. Aubrey Mo
""'bU.II.1" earurdan than a hug la the morning the and the other Spring tie by James Collier after Lurk STOW Bride was aamad secretary.Repreeeatattve .
r.rI"t:. I Tb&.Wlae>.7. Jub Po.vU..dteprtsaa new advaace la physical fitness Hill." .. attacked' CoWer with a ".t. from local
br De1A. F"bll.hlB Mrs. Louise Godtjahn) training may cmpe some nine Thtutby said ret one and lulled knife. Every Mw eat sold .y eala churcnef, schools and civic: orgaalzadoas >
Campssy so .US *. nitk riflrlte> We.a.nk li.d.4Ui4. I of eyebrows and possibly a bit Coaatable Aha !i*>-maa went DslandMemorial The Incident happened about backed .y a "'.... t aiaWe. attended: the meet*
alts Act 0' .II.. t iirs. .-; Godejaha. M, Rt. tf so. rr::,e4.1q. 1'1 at D.t.a 1, Ds and. died at 11:W p.m wife. Seoul The twe men were taken Gardens Av*.. whea the two nee car Wattttal .*..*.M.roawuMy 7 p m. March S U DtekuuosLibrary

aeea P.rrr 3'. Pros. Friday\ at her home. The male planning to adopt before Peace JesHce Unyd aid begsa fighttag la the street TUTley poked. C.ea.M MVolusia HalLDfporutiOQ
lrreias "w.. Vuv Pr+:. actliar Born Mart D. 1177 la MJwaukee Sparks Orange City after bring
this plea) will just) have to teat said. wine.l ...,......
L w..tarn.apLt' MausoleumMae
".'''. I. I....... Ado. Dale.Jo > Mrs. Gdeaha) waa a for reaction. !AI'. hope wifey charged! with robbery by farce. Collier was treated for cuts at [ Law
,, a,... ,tee.l.dea' Yee..e realist of DeLaad for four merely! rtturaa the hug la Ue.. of ccACD orros'L- West VatoU Memorial Hospital,

1 :t K*L 1'W'f7 RapRCyaNTATIVR..ebs II W.. yeah; unloading a bowl el cold oatmeal 1M tacitly e1 ..,.,. .. Naiadll mUlaMerwftrt lpue NOT was released aad la la the cuetady *- NAIROBI. Kmya (LTD -

44'b..,at.,.N.w York n1, :: Cosaoa She la survived by a lOa, Coritna over aubh'. he>.4. wet died P'Oesary n. I' rrs.*ul fere el the sheriffs department. The Krayaa Natlostal\ Assembly
>ef torbaJJnda. and M far the twchelnr. bualaMOmanTafl Hath now are ehaaml wilt a.
.Ur1o aiP'riOli i AT14'::! Cat, oy l,1 Monument Friday paused a drpnrtatloa law
Tsr C m..,, On ,...... ,tU'f. >.ale> -'a daughter, Mrs Herbert C.' we flRs .ua IV *a lass ;secede I" o tgh'een the lIMit WI Fki' ItltSUQO AYL taut Turlvy said Also invert- Co. said to be aimed at subvenKet
maiiUi l SiOM
moatList SltjetTkl*Ore wwk.ISr !. Nis Nobles, 01 DtLand. he fully conaloVr th* physical sympathy at thta time. 1 1a filing were aaertfTt drp tirsShermaa from Sooth Africa and tile
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*.ili; On* T*". Sll. ate Funeral strike and burial ( fume training capabihttet ef j I Walker aad Jofca Derv'to lonner enclave U
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72 Seniors To Enter Florida Schools]

/ Under Stetson's Teacher Intern Plan


Stetson Univenity'a TeaqfeerI Mary E Locke: of 841 Bay Land Senior high school De 1
I Intern! Program will send T3 lege seniors Into the pubHe at Geoige Marks" elementaryschool. Beverly J. Wilson of 391,'TSthAe. _
1 schools of Florid this week tot DeLand. under Mrs. Mildred N., St. Petersburg; teaching d
their laboratory experience and Went at Boston Avenue elementary .
I final preparation before becoming Marxesn Lombard of Hallen school: DeLand, under Mrs.
certified teachers. dale. teaching at George Marks Delia Chsuvln NVMV: BOGLC JCSSA-VSl UARTSIDE

I Stetson graduates approximately elementary, school. DeLandunder Martha Sue Woodbery nf Plant DELAND INTERNS Two Stetson University af n-
100 new teachers each Mil Kathleen Smother City; teaching at DeLand Senior will
tort listing DeLand as their hometown be among
tear in its teacher education man high school!., DeLand under
I Stetson who will this week to intern
the 12 students begin
program accredited by The Dunne. S. Matthews of Mart Thomas Brachum .
American Asm of Colleges for etta (.. (etching at DeLand Linda L. Ynungerman of Chatham in Florida schools Mrs. Jessanna Gartside will intern
Teacher Education The Nation Senior high school DeLand. N. J : teaching at DeLeon at DeLand High: School under the direction of MUJ
al Council for the Accreditation I under Paul faskey Springs elementary. school, De Arlene Daniels, and Mrs. Nancy Hogle will Intern at
of Teacher Education and the "Tart G Monson of DeLand; I Leon Springs under Mrs. Glenna Dempsie Brewster Elementary School under the dIrec-
_w I Southern Anon of Colleges and teaching at George Marks elementary Chandler tion of Mrs. Elva Cowlev
Schools school, DeLand, under
The Internship Is the final James 0. Cements
phase In the preparation of BOSTON A\E.:
teachers It brings the Stetson Edith A. Payne of Homestead;
student Into the public school teaching at Boston Avenue elementary GIGANTICHOMECOMING |
dasamorn for direct experiencewith school, DeLand, under

FRONTIER DAY PARTICIPANTS Bobby Pope, left riding "Babe,"a quarter- terials.children: and teaching ma. Mrs.Sharon Fannie A. Roach Ashcrafl of Mt. Dora;

horse, and Gary Pope, on "Sheba," an Arabian, are expected to be among the partici W 1ATERM teaching at Boston Avenue elementary SALE!
pants in the horse snow that will be one of the highlights of the annual Frontier Day This spring's 72 interns will go school. DeLand under
celebration slated for March 7 in Orange City. A parade at J 11 a.m. will open the day'I to public schools from Jackson- Mrs Marjorie Hathaway
festivities that will include a hootenanny, beard contest and many events at the Mil to Miami and from St Frieda Klmbler,: Ellis of Palstka .
Orange City school grounds. A ham dinner will be served in the school cafeteria. Petersburg to Fort M>'ers. as : teaching at DeLand Senior .
(Sun News Staff Photo) well as throughout inland Flora high school DeLand, under Mrs. AT POPEYE'S FURNITURE ;
Ida. They will be in these assignments Bat hare Lockhart.
from March 3 through Lora L Fagan. of Clearwater:
CELEBRATION SLATED SATURDAY May t, 14.As 'teaching at George Marks elementary For the past 14 months Henry C. Poppall (owner of Pope,.', Turn!

college supervisor Dr, W school. DeLand, under. ture) bas been sway from the DeLand Stort. To celebrate his re
R. Dickens Stetson director of Mrs Ruth. Cochran.
student teaching, and Dr. F. R. Joanne D. Field of 46.11 Pine- turn to the DeLand Arts Popeye'i Furniture !Is celebrating with
Beards GUllS Sunbonnets Are Readied Tubbs assistant director will wood Rd.. Jsckson\llle; teachingat the most gigantic sale afar promoted by this well known central
visit all of the Interns la their DeLand Senior high school: Florida establishment Thelma and Henry' Poppall want to sea
schools the DeLand under Mm,
to help directing: Emma Jo I
teachers and principals. t Foster. ihelr many' old customers and friends. Jill drop In and brows i

For Annual) Frontier Interns who have been assigned Mary Kay Cards of UmatUla; around. To excite both new and old customers to pay Pope,.'. i
Orange City's Day to West Volusla schools teaching at. Dempule Brewster Furniture a visit, we hart offered what we consider iu most outstanding .
their hometowns, schools they elementary school! DeLand,
win teach In. and their directing under Mrs. Dante Powell values In home) furnishings ever presented anywhara. ,
teachers IncludeDKMPME : Jessanna T Cartslrfe of [)eLand Every Item In the store reduced for this gigantic price reduction
BT !MRS. EARNEST OTLLETT will be staged by the Sonnets will be depicted by a display of : BRKHMTR ; teaching at DeLand Senior promotion.
ORANGE CITY Bearded Club and all the dudes and new cars by all the car dealersIn Nancy Barber of Winter high school DeLand, under
gun.toting frontier l types no wranglers are expected to turn DeLand and a display of antique Haven, teaching at Dempsle Arlene Daniels.
doubt may startle motorists whopa's out dressed! In full Western style I cars owners Brewster! elementary school De- Patricia Call Greene of Silver A Sample Of Outstanding Values Being Offered
through Orange City next and old time costumes for the are Les Terrell Glen Martin Land under Mrs. Elizabeth Spring Md.; teaching at George
Saturday. celebration and Al Jones of DeLand and H. dardy Marks elementary school!, De- (
All s legal, though Sheriff Rodney Mrs Charles Brewer and Mrs c. Mohr of Orlando who la president Martha S. Barlneau of Qulncv; Land under Mrs Dorothy BEDDING *
I Thursby's passe will be on Kenneth Biggs, chairmen n of of the Central Florida An. teaching at Boston Avenue elementary Moore. ,
hand to keep things in order and the parade, have announced that tique Car Club. school DeLand under nr.LA.Nn men I
Orange dry's Constable Alva the parade marshal was Identified There will be fond concessions Mrs. Sallle Lycan. Gayle Gregory, Danville, Ky.. Fitly Oeerinteee! tlO Cell IaaarsprMMathae' with friklll eerier.litre +
Hayrnan will see that the guns by Charles Richardson of at the school grounds with hot Sara E. Booth of OarwaterJ, teaching at DeLand Senior high $2 222 /
firm, testy tick twites' Twin er fill tin . .. .
don't pop off.Frontier Elm Drive on Feb. 21 at S p.m. dogs, hamburgers potato chips, teaching! at Boston Avenue elementary school DeLand under Mrs Jean It
Day, the big event of The marshal will be Jay W mid drinks and coffee, with Mrs. school DeLand, under RUI. (Maltkln' | lit terlni Atellcbli-Ssme)
the year for quiet Orange City, Hartsock.: president of the David Gaines and Mrs Doria Irene Campbell. Mary Lou Adams Guenther ofRlountMown
Orange City Chamber of Commerce IS'elms as the co-chairmen, assisted William O. Bradshaw of ; teaching Demp- ;
and Mr and Mrs. Hart- by a committee of workers Decatur. Ga.; teaching sit De- lie Brewster elementary school, S Metal lie framis Afjutteele te Twin, Ml Qvei er King the. $555
BUY sock will ride at the head of the Land Senior high school De- DeLanr, under Mrs Nelsa .. .. Only
The carnival chairmen: are Land under George Wolf o Hara,
parade.PARADE .
DETAILS Mrs. William Ottlnger and )1.... Nancy C Brooks of DeLenn! Nancy M logic' nf DeLand; .
MAYTAGAT The parade will feature music, Thomas H. Crews, and their Springs; teaching at DeLeon teaching at Dempsle Brewster S lellewey Ids, Dslvu Inmnsrlns Mettrsn, Itlt"y, well lull 'mhos. e
decorated floats and cars, riders committees will man the country Springs elementary school, De- elementary" s<'hool!, DeLand,
and costumed marchers Jumbo store, fish pond and bean Leon Springs, under Mrs. under Mrs. FJ\. B. Cnwley $22
the Republican elephant will tonn bag. milk bottl. and dart board Agnes Lee Virginia Holtzendort of Wsy ... .. ? ... .. Twin\ 1111. .. .. 52777
hand and the Detmcratta ..."'n.. Cotton candy snow Joann R. Pir.w..f Dlar, cross. Ca ; teaching at DvLanil
Woman Club of DeLand will cone and hftUnnni wilt b* oM BC,; .aclllnl a' D.Un FRIERSON'S have a Democrat donkey In the by a clown In costume. high school, DeLand, under Mrs : '\", Alice Van def.
line. There will be three pilzes Pony cart rides will be Janice $ !
pro Frances CHm F. Russak of HlaJeah
1. ;
........... Three Owst/at .. 3333
i OM-TOMOUUVAM for the children in costume. A vided by Charles Mitchell, as- Susan E. Bryan of Manila at DeLand Senior high / $ N ,
hay wagon win carry stud by Mrs. Thomas W. Philippines; teaching at Demp- DeLand, under Robert .
230 N. CM. boat U 4-2771 .
children. Crews. all Brewster elementary srhool Ransom. "
Ii The old and the new frontier ROME BROW DeLanit, under Mrs. Louise Harriet A. Smith of Custlst! I $OsVft55 '
The feature attraction, the MarceU teaching at DeLand Junior high odd I,,. Serte ItMli( '. Sam,. nhmertaie'ticklnf. + Twla er M Slis, I

hon show will start at 1 p.m, GEORGE MARK school', Drland, under Mrs. Alma lrMaeselraltiearkRNsI .. ........:... ..... leek Pies.e flj
on the school! grounds and there mule P. Cole of DeLand, Wright,
OnEUOhG will be grand entry and 10 events teaching: at George Marks elementary Raymond S. Squire el Orleans
for contestsnts to choose from. school. DeLand underMi's. .,....; teaching at DeLand
Prizes\ and ribbons will be tiutress Bowman, Senior,, bifid school, DeLand, Ink: liei! csmplils with (lansnarbf Msttriis Oeere IcO ana OsVaiU5laMir
awarded after each event for Call L. Llnane of 3031 N.E. 32 under W. T. Hill. .. ..t. .* ,
high point winners. Trained St. Ft Lauderdale: teaching at Harry A. Whltley of AJbe-
'm horses and expert riders dressed\ Boston Avenue elementary marl., N.C., leaching George
In lull regalia will put on a great school, DeLand, under Mrs. Marke elementary school De-
show. Announrer. will be Ralph Ralph Harper. Land, under,, Mrs. Lois! Rest I Mslen Kin) Sin lee Imemkli, 71110". tOne Iu 1,11111 $ 129 95

DRY Cl.EAl1rnG Tatum of the West Volusla Saddle I Mieea uptnron wuiiams of inManprhl Mettrsn . .. ...... .... .., .... ..
the most in' Club. The club with Horace close with a hootenanny In the St. Petersburg; teaching at De
Pope, president, donated time Dickinson Memorial Library I'
Cereer Wist SUMse and effort to stage' the showat Hill at 7.30 p.m. Please note rage I tiUNO SUN NIW lU-tsrlea taw Serli" ese MeHrm

New Terk Aveeeei 11" no charge.A the change of held In, as the It school was SUNDAY, MARCH 1J144 1 Twin She MielvM, litra length ((2 isti lily) Gene Out .. Set $8800

9 Neil te Jetkien's Mush Merkil the ham lions dinner Clubhouse will be from servedIn S originally auditorium to Mrs. Leslie. Dyer One Ml eslf-MI" She hates La.., fine . . .. .. Sit

I'W.CJ.uCIoth..SDaIA Week! t* (::to p.m, at atJJ.: Mrs. dare and Mr, frank DeBartola. cochairmen -
| Marshall Sr. and Mrs. Jerry have received many Stetson SetsProgram
Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday Bernasek. are cochairmen, assisted entries and there will be good CARPETING .
I by a committee entertainment Price of admission .

I The beard permits are bring for adults will, SO be rents.15 cents On ll 100% Nrlei gees and and for children
.J sold) by Mrs. Dan Hoover Oerekli lack, 12' width te YaS \
the them men, to escape are busy paying purchasing a fine Sunbnnnets Inral stores are bv being Mrs.sold B. FLowery lethe ( Arab Unity I II' } I

The events of the day win and Mrs. Daryl Ganung 1 1t1
The problem of Arab unity
I I' will be the topic of a speech by ,Klal feletliea Nertilm ana Nylea Cirtiitej, U' t..i U' .1..... $555 t
'' Dr trick W. Bethmann director I Valves kt tki $MS krackitl Mwi la .. ..,... .. .. St). ,..
SERVICEMEN. i fI' research for the Society .
y i I of FrWnde of the Middle Cest,
In tfetMit University's A jtI''
Hall tomorrow at 7Om. $ 55
I The public U tavtted to large liletllea flaw lest. WiN Prkei In nsmele fit? litre 15 '

Bethmann'i lectuie. which lasponsored l Ice es/ , .. . .. Seth
by Stetsos'i history
and political science departmentand

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) *u JDRAPES _. ...._ ..._ pa e.. use .... 5-e If ...._ ......... U recoorUlRg many I
.,. basis. All cash basis but for
-- e< the divergent views ef Arab prices priced on a ,
weld lenders. at a preAsblcoeforence. I our customers' convenience Popeye's maintains a low interest .

RAWRD SPRING SERVICES Arab-Hardly world ever been before so seated.Has. aid the. bank financing program. All Items subject to prior sale.

aainuiMl by a spirit .( eemlfytoward
Per.IX. .AnJI..IU' Ia..aII.." Zeakovsky Mid.T .
40' e Arab ruler clearlyoVmoejrrated t'Sfj

JTIH i ITOfStIVICIl fill 10.POl.iVAITT Hut despite the .
almost V rears of ertrtence, ef
I MWaw.7-h.e4_ $ CNICK OVAIITY NCII TtMtPOOAIITY 1 .; UM Mdep..d..t Jevtst stile. >
A/FUIAXCI. HIVICII they are still hoping. M bring the FURNITURE
BLANKETSEach o.a.................. eadMrt laid of Pal. HM late '
", the Arable InM. Tie Arabs also
apparently are tryiag M wta the Jkm* IMtl
III 791 sympathy ef Creek Cypriots UCyprM
Sales where a bitter enoBlrtbetw
Bill Holler Motor BELAND
leek ieflseWeel .."., will e two eihele. grmipethreateve Airport
to develop tote a Phona 7344954
"MABTINIZINGTba major inflliary' miflirt bnweeCm iM.eB..., l>eUsJe. W. aL" +,
f 5SO South Boalnud PkoM 734-266 ** and Turkey,"' ZemkovaaycddsxL aIi
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,, 44LDilCDBUNTER, tdlte on ARia was given by Mrs.
t W Seller, at the dessert
meeting of the DeLand Branch
Coffee Luncheon Honored: of the American Association of
I University Women. Approximately
forty attended the meet

Homes Tour Judges Saturday ...... lug which wu held In the prl-
I I vale dining room at Stetson Onl- r

DcLntid High School Variety Show 'Will Entertain Tourist ClubThe verity AAUW, Thursday studies have night been concerned .

Indicative of the stee of the 1 Marry M. Griffin, Mil. John R. most recently with
Tour of; fjomes Flower >Skew pet P.rkinllOn. both of Daytona' studies of Asia, and slides were
DrUad : Beach; Mrs. William M. Mead, DeLand Hlfh School Variety Show will present the entertainment for the DeLand Tourist Club at 7:30: pan tomorrow In the Senior High School Auditorium. shown by Mrs. Beller of scenes-
by the Geu-den dub of Melbourne and Mrs. Earl W. Lau I George Wolf director of the DeLand High School Band and Paul Caakey, director of Vocal Music are cooperating In presenting the show.. and people in PaMrtan. VietNam
yesterday.t I II the fact that 24 I Winter Park.Horticulture. The groups scheduled to appear are: The Dance Band. The Modernalres, The Troubadors, The atria Trio. The Majorette Corps, dance and vocal groups. Sue Price, Cambodia and Iran.

'Judge were on hand to make I ,judges p r a I e lit Martha Miller Pat and Debbie Nort hcott, Candy O'Brien. Marsh Oallenkamp. Linda Davie and Linda Miller are listed for specialty numbers. The hostess committee Included .
the awards. | were: Mrs L. W.'McCrae Mn.i I -- --- --- Miss Louise Ball, chairman

Judges for the show were feted i i J. H. befell Mrs J. Taylor .. F .,1" r : :: .' Mrs V. Roscoe Chatteiton
.n. coffee, and at a Goodwin and Airs P. J. Chan- Mrs. Thomas Gill Mrs. W. E.
0:39 pr :r"S p-m.* luncheon. The coffee I frau, an of Daytona Beach: Mn. 7ut i ., Social Notes Cladding, Mrs. Lester Lewellen,

was held at the home of Mrt. AF Flake Parker, Gainesville: Mn. Mrs. Lee Moore, and Mrs. Hubert .

.'Powell, E. Michigan Ave J. L. Hopkins..DeLeon Springs I IMrs. 1'MrtMa., .h p'dpy' t : S. Talton Jr.
J. R. ,Routzatuv Ormond I ., Comments Mrs. Clifford Keefer .
utter Judging of entries at the I iyer 'tt'4 1 ,_ fit was -
Beach Mi-s. Frank Woodruff.
various homes and the Florida ; as a new member at this "
III. Sanford; Hi... R. FMichel), 05455 .. ''. meeting.It .
Foyer( Lounge, the Judge were I Ti..tFvltT.a:: '*tuttimt
Sarelllte Beach. I announced
was that the
of the club In the private1 .
the) guests >rMil K mt sea f< inter.ttl
of the StetsonUnion. Evaluation Judges present tt Son Mtf "._.... w...'. nominating committee which Includes .
dining room were: Mrs. Alex Stefans, Or r... .1.' ..., sell In your ........, Mn. Ralph Sefton. Mrs.Wyman .
I lUifw U Hildre wunan'.
Twenty-four judges wert hereto I mond Beach, Mrs, Edwin H. '-il.'. ,...... dial l HII.\RC 4.M41.Mn. i Greene, Mrs. R. C. Vail,
entries In artist- fluff, Daytona Beach, and Mra.I Miss Dempste Brewster and
\ the
tie appraise and :horticulture divisions John Flowers, Gainesville.i Bay Kellogf. Lakewood, Miss Margaret Lawslng will
chairman 'I N.Y Is a guest at the home of make a report at the March
Ifrt. G. B. Ellis was
for The Mrs. Powell Meets Mr. and Mn. J. Fred Coryell. meeting of the group.
ft the Judges the tour. i
330 N. Frankfort Ave. Mrs. Kel- !I
'Judges: are qualified by the National With DLS Garden Club '
Federation of Garden I I IoU Is a niece of 11"C ryeU. Rose Circle
studied In Other guests at the Coryell home I
dubs after having Mrs A. F. Powell, presidentof I
many of the flower show schools the Garden flub of DeLand PI were Mr. Cornell's son, Fred G. Clarke Dollve wUl be guest

and passing examinations for will meet with the DcLeon Coryell and Lawrence Beggt, speaker at a,meeting of the Rose
Tech course of study. Spring Garden Club at 2:45: Racine Wlsc.Thelma Circle of the Garden dub of Oe

Later die Judges specialize In p.m. Wednesday In the school I and Henry Poppell Land at 2:30: p.m. Thursday
either horticulture or artistic design auditorium.At I have moved back to their home .t the home ol Mrs D. B. MeCarrah. -
I, divisions M their own Interests this time Mrs. Powell win I In DeLand. A week before returning :525 W. Howry Ave. Mr.
dictate but they are able explain and demonstrate the they visited In Washington Delve will speak on "Soil and

to 'Judge equally In either field schedule of the forthcoming D. C. and Quantico, Vs., Water Conservation."
The Judges for the tour who flower show of the DeLeon'
where they/ attended the 18th annual
were present were: Mrs J. Lvn- Springs club I I reunion of Edson's Raiders from their home on N. High St.,

wood Price. Mrs. Carroll Grit- "" in tl rf Pol",, ),,', outfit during World I to their new home at 220 W. University '
fie Mrs. B. L. Kennedy Sr., POll Matron Meet 'I Warn Ave.
Mr. Herman Hafete. all of
Jacksonville; Mrs Robert Elehelberger Past Matrons of Voluila Chap. I, Mn. Robert Landeflberger of Mr. and bins Russell H. Lea-

Mt. Dora: M.... S. ter 188, Order of Eastern Star, Philadelphia, Pa. Is a patient at wits N. Adelle Ave., have as e
O. Garcia, Ormnnd Beach; Mrs. will meet at the home of Mn. I 7L Fish Memorial Hospital. 1\..... their house guest Mr.\ Leuvltt'n ,
M. M. Farrlsh, Gainesville) Mrs. j Ralph Andrews, Springs/ Garden l.andfIJbf'rpr Is the former cousin, I\In. Arthur p. Ward

Andrew Speer, Sanford; Mrs. HIUs, Tuesday at I p.m. I 1 L yy 0 Margaret Quigley of DeLand.She Baltimore, Md., and Meredith, t /

.. ,.r has a back Injury and both .
feet broken as the result of a fall N.H.R.
W. Hunter 420 S. Edge-
Stonewall Jackson Observes Founders i at the Qulgley home on N. Clara
Chapter, UlC9 Day Ave. wood Blvd. will return home today
from South Hartley Falls,

Mn. John T, EMI and Mn. Mass., where he was called due
Members of the Stonewall Jackson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy observed Founders Day and honored Mrs Gregg Black lent this Week to the death of his brother.
Lloyd T Everett. founder of the chapter: in ISIS, Friday afternoon st& the home of Mrs. J. :E. SummerhllL Also honored guests were
for three week to
a trip theWest
the "Real" Daughters and the past presidents. Pictured above, left to right seated Mlaa Isabel Arnold honorary division president; Happy Birthday Today Tot
Mrs. Everett, founder; Mrs Loult McGregor, a past president Standing, left to right Mrs. J. E. Summerhlll, past president; Mrs. Coast and Hawaii C. B. Smith, Hubert Taltnn, .1,..
W. F. Stoudenmire, a "Real" Daughter: Mrs Flodl Jones, a "Real" Daughter: Mrs. J. W. Bussey, a "Real" Daughter; Mrs. W. C. Mn. Harry Creehurg of Memphis Gordon Lathrop and Billy M\ ..
Banks and Mrs. B. D. McOarrah, both past presidents (Bun New Photo by Hunter Term, is spending sometime bane,.

. -- --- -- at her winter home on N. Hayden : QUOTE FOR TIlE DAY

the Westminster United Presbyterian II "We Proclaim Christ:" Tuesday Ave.Congratulationa. I
\ Church Events. Church will meet at 1:30:: st 9:30:: a.m. the Blanche Wester are extendedto I The minds of some of our r

\ p."" tomorrow. Following a circle la In charge with the Mr and .Mr... 1'':. J. Allen I I statesmen, like the pupil of the
. \ ttert business meeting a .pedal theme, "We Proclaim Ute;" 525 S. Brooke, who are celebrating I, human eye, contract themselvesthe
jSlRiter will be presented at ':1:5 Mrs. more the stronger
a program Wednesday night light
fs For Women1Faith their 20th wedding anniversary
1 it e ,I' i iI by Mrs. Clifford Corey. Mrs. Junlus E. Foster is in charge of there shed I
-.0 Union Day will sing a solo. Rev. the program using the theme today. Moore
-- .
I Luthnraa Church J. Mcflendry will tell an "We Proclaim Liberty;" Thursday Mr. and Mn. Richard Borland : =

( I At 7:30: original. story, "A Piece of Linen night at the First Baptist and daughter Laura have moved .
tile Miriam Circle
I p.m.
Church the Stetson WMU will
wW meet with Mrs. Ruthe wide morning at *:M the Mary Catherine
Mrs. J. McHendry and Miss participate In the church Books Gifts 1\
Mlwnhelmer, 526 E. Kentucky that will with Brothers Circle Is In chargeof -
Alice Schaefer will be hostesses.All mission study open
Ave. Mrs. Frances Gordon will women of the church and a covered dish supper at 5:30:: the program at the Stetson
I be Bible leader.Wednesday their families! are Invited to at p.m. The program will be a review Baptist Church, with the program REEVE & HOWARD
II 2 p.m. the following theme "We Proclaim Vic
tend. of the book "Apogee by IIS WEST INDIAN
circles will meet: Ruth, with "
The executive board will meet Kate Ellen Gruver; Friday tory
I Miss Ellen BJork, cottage T E,
II Lark hive Lutheran Retirement at 12:30 preceding the meeting.

I f Center; Lydia with Mrs. .Trta..., Methodist .Church
? .
? r Ida Blanett. 16 Columbine Trail.. The circles of the Woman's "
DeBary: Mary Martha, with;, Society of Christian Service e {fir; Pdar h f''.
Ii Mrs. Reid H. Kenyon, cottage Trinity Methodist Church will
10.E. Lark Drive, Retirement meet a. follows: circle one at
FI Center.Flnt. 2:30:: p.m. tomorrow, with Mrs.
i I'I'I ChrlHllan Oiiirrh B. B. Preston 711 N. Boston

) There will be a meeting of the Ave., Mrs. Hufford will be hostess
,w I'I Ucccut Dnile I executive board of the Christian ; circle two at 1:30:: a.m., .

I Women's Fellowship of the First tomorrow, with Mrs. Gerald 'rtva+r ei
I Christian Church at ':30 arm Frierson. 1818 W. New York
1t Mthe' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barberare tomorrow In the church parlors.llnl Ave., Mrs. Mary Jones will be k' 7 ,i
announcing the marriage Methodist ditch co-hostess: circle three, at 2:30:
of 'her daughter Ruby Ellen Members of the executive ,.m., tomorrow In church library
I I t 1 Jeter to Thomas Earl Tyre, son board of the Woman's Society et with }In. 0.,. E Ardrey
I f of Mr and Mrs. A. F. Tyre. Christian Service will meet at and Mrs. Albert Besom cohostesses 5

I ; Pda Melrose, format residents of ':30 a.m. tomorrow In he Rosemary ; circle tour, at 1:30 a.m.
1 I DeLaad. The' marrlaie took Room at the church. Tuesday with Mrs F M. Mc "4
place In Folkston, da.. Feb. 33.lira. The Pastor's AMei will meet at Donald. 715 Plnetree Ct: circle
Tyre Is presently employed 3 p.m. tomorrow in the dining five, ..tI\ p.m. tomorrow with : eli,d
at Roebr Products. Mr room of the Educational Build Mrs. William Humston 601 N. in platinum twttt
Tyre la an electronics technician ing. Amelia Ave. with Mrs. Ell Flab: t\ kid with stocktd hisL
_00I1e1.elul. stationed at At T p.m. Wednesday\ the Wom paw as co-hostess; circle six,
the United States N.nIOulde4 an's Society of Christian Service at S p.m. Tuesday, with Mrs.Joe
Missile School Command st will unite with Trinity Methodist Taylor 1701/ W. Minnesota
Dama Neck Va. WSCS In their chapel for a iplr- Aver with Mrs. Douglas Can-
Dual life study on "The Three field co-hostess; circle seven, at :
There be 2 tomorrow with Mrs. C. 1 I
Chapter 16 OES Spiritual Qasslcs. will p.m. ,
four consecutive sessions of spiritual S. Everett. 41* N. Virginia Ave..; x < .-' .
i DeLand Chapter It, Order of enrichment from 71 p.m. i circle eight! at 2 p.m. tomorrow A : ;
Eastern Star win meet al WetltulmoeePreakytarkui In the social hall of the church' f1 yWv.r.r ._ 'iii
I 8 p m. Tuesday! the Masonic I Church l with Mrs. Maurice Cobb and T.Trw
Temple. The Woman's AiaocUUoa<< etvolimUtn ; Mrs. C. C. C rdftI1. cohostesses 4.
II ---- ; circle Bine at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow alepa
with Mrs. Earl Egleson, .luul n, j i taj
I ;Doctors Soy Hormones Make I: 120: W. Palmetto Ave. awstfi tt0Jit2/d. ; ; in" whutMt t; kid :wd'>

The study on "The Three SpIt'CI..I $ with stocked hilL ,rj {

Skin Look Younger Safely I itual conducted by
I Mrs. H. L. day win be continued ia '
For (i Easier fEW YORK (8pt I leading dermatologist. and his.. the formal for JiM twelve from T to 8 p.m. ........) .... .L.. y, y. .
ssist. aet s"half k...,e tons'u te4 a days Se eel sW of the law tad > M. Peter's Catholic Catarrh
Sure Fire News! 'j'li, JI' e' .woatsa* tot that prove pack. Aa taipr Mle .*-U( > Today members of St. Mon ass colors ,
ee.clasiveiy.streg.ale II.,. tfS lfw4 that gad rwwlts were '
'I'W 1'1' Ic. Circle of the St. Peter'sRosary ; '
mom _lie akin look younger, .tt U4 eve la this shunt Altar will akr 1,51tdr.4 .
laid kwetlM. CHI thiilns' ..I'I.III.n..a .. Society, span.nor
smooth lryl period.MORVOMtX '
I bake sale after 8 and 10 ...ilr tLnJr
/ a
ef lemlaetee' 1" I i\\ tale *. c ski* diarrhea. Beauty Senecaacts
crtpo'fsr '
ytsrreen4 .... .... '. una.A .. rapidly lepaaee fun o'clock Masses. QL4o5e.a r I
wnr. Tie sew Mad la prppamlloa containing fe> fea.le horsesee an db.olv.dIs At ':30 tonight A SoJema Novena ..... \ ... *,A' t' racoel
teal. konwHi was sp4w4 te asoahlnU0.f peaelpulag IB Honor ot Our Lady of the
erne litre wraith rwit.; > !Io' ;.'. '. : f":
one side of ,". fare and seek BtMat Oil an4 at .t-'o, UlracidotM MedaL Conducted by .
witaeet sitre weight I' ,and to one hard ol M rnMdlv liquid UaoUa. Only 1 deeps a. Rev. Raymond E. Retcnerter, .
aged wee*. A slmiUr formulaoontalnlni dry aca requited I. tr et face
sad they *r. wets rtpellast tbs Lectures every evening ;
_o kormonM wenand sad neck I $1495 1
March I. The IIed1ill
teal Cams freM Meek revy. oa aka other ....... It wash'I If yea Weald like t. bet through public i
that the aide IIORUONCX Beauty ttnmItlteut 4
AH sires fro. te JO leveled quickly wok apponnt kooMon looked rick, tel 5 WittJ U On w) at 2 p.m. the St. I

.., ... i a law-srlo il W ur. At tile rad ., the test la4U 1 yew fme tutty eeu.t rtadcr Anne'. Circle ot the St Peters i :
IIl1t taw os.M.ikla isis were IMO K juat tvel* lays.U Rosary Altar Society will sponsor
nnittly lose aattttabtei essepleats UM e'.age M set iataes4e g a cart party la the pariah
warn setter tmaoUtt -If pee an Mtlafl4. asstletsy est. I; paradise
35 : Jeer Neler it oathedad IIaI1. t'I t.
J .. '.....r. There was a. kwolInHatMe Stdo.a labl (birch
f I. rru4 purchase trie* w.ltlt.IIt. -
I, la any MM:oxMtin-.. '. 15.51.5. HOEMONEKBony The Stetsoa Baptist Church = .u. :
Sup reM4) akMluttJy ajrv .... ....... '
"" t..... offorta. The k..rt*..sUd gems Ia t. Woman's I II M1aIonary'aIoa willdrrnve I ,
kMHtinH ef rtil7 and sea A Inlay mppQl coMa MtrttJ the Week et Prayer ;
I ._ I : i
lark SMllMW
..,.1,. I posh vrtuklM k.-hly.aiwiolkut. I(urn* MUntnns. sterling ..., .
to a* Wfoit to speed Bp koraawMe . orkui Ten I row ail ronUnulng thruufhTaurstUy.
kMutifytoc. nctton. a aurtliigltarl HOKUONEX B.4 star The theme fur thiswork
j tnwtw rtkr tO-fMr-014 Ukar Main lfIWIHSlM as "la Fhwdum's i i z
;etf( so" .......ped a hold luewale ) I yFAQ :

called HUKUONKX Bcaety8rvMk ies .... except Thursday 1""ll i
Tkto bkonlory rod4ucto4 I
weteea SaUTN DIUCJ."' lac. Ight. win be held to the Stetson ,t
: a Met ee UM 14 .Monk B..k>*ar4 Baptist (beach Auditorium. /

IOUIIVARD ..... tit-un I Tomorrow at ':::30 the fickle

Ij 'Braitngton I rtrcte to !In charge el
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Miss Bernice Williams Exchanges Vows hp S DRAW (FINBA) SUN KWS SUNDAY MARCH 1, If44 ,'; .

With Ernest Seckel In Presbyterian Church ANNOUNCEMENT CALENDAR I

This calendar ei events Ja. supplied by. the various eluos and
' of In erfSdlaations. The Sun New ta not responsible for programs that
terest to many here took place j do not adhere to the schedule listed below. Any chang mutt beta
on Feb.; 22 at J p.m. In a candlelight lrfh our owe \bjr Wednesday preceding date of publication
service tat Westminster
Presbyterian Church la DeLand MONDAY
when Miss Bernice William n h 00-West: V taia Democrats Woman' Club District One,
Calieo Utcben Restaurant
hanged vow vrHI Ernest E
S JO-Clviun Ottib. CaMeo Utcnen Restaurant
Seckel of DeL on Manor la den-
7 JO-DeUod Tourtot Ohib at OeUnd Senior High School
JO-SC: John' Chapter 4. R.A.U. Uasonlo Tempi, N. Bind ,,'" .
ceremony wa performed 00-BPOB Lodge 2463. clubhouse 8. Clara Ave ,,0 I
by the Rev Franklin J. Me 00-vrw: Auxiliary VFW Post Horn. I. Alabama Ave ; I If
e f Hendry In a floral setting Organ 00-61. John Council 3t. R. 1. M. Masonic Tempi !; '
and piano provided background ( lj'ltt"" ? .
mUII John B Cornwall was TUESDAY < I (

soloist Mn. J, S. Pendergrass, 10:00: a.m.-Retired Person Association. Tourist Clubhouse x
pianist, and Mr Ruth Mcllen k.. 00-Kiv.anls Club Putnam Hotel
dry organist li-30th Century Club, Calico Kitchen Restaurant
The bride daughter of Mr and t.00-New England Club, at Tourist Clubhouse, Pot Luck

Mr. Jessie Williams, Jackson. Supper
ville. wore a own of white tulle I 4 -Llonl Club, clubhouse, N. Oarfield Ave. m vJsrssi
over satin. The bodice was embroidered I r r9wd S 00-Knlgbts of Pythias, Myrtle Lodge 21. K of P Hall
with sped pearl and I.00-OE8. DrLand Chapter 16, Masonic Temple100Went
lP : Ct W. Rich RK: M
o-Alcobollcs Anonymous Ave, Phone 5I
was posed over hoop Her fin
gertip veil of Illusion wa attarhed WEDNESDAY

. to an embroidered crown. 1.00 a.m.-CBMC Breakfast meeting Calico Kitchen
Mill Wvnette Hunter, JsHttonvllle 1 00-Literary Leaves, at DeLand Public Library
I was maid of honor. Site 00-Trl State Club>>* pot luck supper Tourist Clubhouse W .,t
wore a Hue hiwude 1rem. Howry Ave. *:(\ \
Pr'desmalds were Karen Bach 00-Order: of DeMolayJ Masonic Temple
?'et and and Sharon Rowe. 1:00-DeMolay Mother's Circle At Miiraale Temple Easter Seal Fund Drive UnderwayMrs

J"I'I(, nvlJ1p. They wore !gown 7:JO-Civil Air Patrol Cadets at DcLaad Airport. Senior r
,,, Squadron meets at I N
0' Wue tl" TV attendant crM "'
the 1H4
Pilot Club Caater Seat Fund chairman announced recently
Pit Wordtn right
white New Testament with 1:30-Ucemied Practical Nurses Asm., Div If, at WVM
.... Easter teals are in the mall. She la pictured above with Mr*. Kathleen Oould. a member ef the
p'nk' sweetheart. roses PehiVWhlttingjtnn :J._ HoKpltalI
.. 00-WWl 11"lelll414 and Auxiliary: American Legion Home Pilot Club and president of the Volusla' County Society of Crippled Children and Adults planetag ,
was flower girl. Shewore
.. .. for the Lily Day on March SI Mr. Worden announced that contributions nay be mailed. to the I
blue brocade dress and rHURSOAT- Pilot Club of DeLand In car of the Florida Bank of DeLand. Thai drive atarted last week and,
carried a tulle basket with rose MR'L "A''O:81': 8IXKEL 10:00: am-Woman's Auxiliary to Fish Memorial Hospital. will run through Eaater Sunday Haste Seal care baa made possible new hops for crippled
|*"N1s. at Hospital people (Sun New Photo by Hunter)
Mr. Seckel'! best man wan DfLand Duplicate Bridge Club Drerfoot& Rd, Clubhouse
1' Dl'ltdln"1n'l. Hnl".onct. luminous trum. The specific color In 1.00-Azalea Tea, at home of Mri Emery Holdf, UO 8
t'shers were Paul Mitchell and Ceiling furnishing are reflections: of Stone St Democratic Women I Woman's, dub. The groan will

Tn.l AbW. both of PeLandMr certain light wave. A red Open to the public. DeLand Duplicate meet at 12 noon, tomorrow, at
*. William, mother of the chair, for example, look red I II:00-New Tort Club covered dish supper, Tourist Clubhouse Will Install Officers I the Calico Kitchen RaeUtnat

IM-MC, chose a gown of navy Latest Rage In because the other primary colon ., (:4S-Elk Family Supper, Elks: Clubhouse. Candidate lor District! One I There will be a panel AMU*
chiffon over nil"" and white taffeta In white light blue andgreen 7:SO-DeLand Choral Quilt Ole Club room. 'DeLand .Senior Bridge Winners I
Mr Seckel chose for her have been absorbed. High. County Commission win be on a doe followed by else dew god to*

son's wedding a dUllY pink dress Home Lighting The red ha been reflected. I::1 00 Loyal Order of Mooae Lodge 11M. si lodgeS Ten table were In play )Friday panel program at the meeting of ttaUatlon of officer for DM ...

with burgupdv jacket and ae- Sufficient light la essential .00-VFW. DickJnaofrTornpkln* Post 3JM. VFW Pont Rome.S at the fund Bridge the West Volusia Democratic Ing ,"r.
resaorte Both mother wore CIIICAGO too. Fine colors wash out in .00-DeLand Orange 112, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. night
(UPI The completely dub duplicate bridge game \
aviation the relative drabness of two
f C'ftl'lla- or Chaile, Daglla and ArthurWheaUey
A receotion followed at the luminous\ ceiling seems three low quantity, widely scattered FRIDAYS Mr. George Pesraall wa director
to be the latest rage in home I 30 .00.-Jr. Welfare League. Calico Kitchen Restaurant fourth. Willa Jean' ,
Orchid House Restaurant sources of light
lighting, but chandelier, pendants Key T* Decorating 10:00: a.m.-Home Demonstration Club Florida Power Lounge North.south' winner were: The next game will be at 1pm. ,
and surface mounted 11:la-Rotary Club tauten meeting Howl Putnam. Mr*. Robert Mcholli and Myron Thursday at the Deerfoot
of I I.
Twentieth Century Club units also are riding a wave of another key to artful light decorating 7:W-DeLand Duplicate Bridge Club. Deerfoot Rd., Clubhouse Accardl\ tint; Mr*. Myron Mi i Rd. clubhouse. The public II i Invited. Hair Styling
Will Elect New Officers popularity.The Open to the publlo. rardl and Mi*. Ruth flat tied I aa4
luminous 1 7:SO-Touriat Club card party Tourist clubhouseS Pearsalt and Mr. The winner In the sis! week
' s ceiling Installed Textured fabrics used for with George j
upholstery :W Volusla 1M, OES, Deeya
Chapter Uasonlo
The 20th Century dub wQ most frequently in kitchens draperies and carpeting Temple A. O. Besom, for second: Dr. evening series ending Feb. 21
elect officer at the meeting and bathroom and occasionally pattern, exist largely a* a SATURDAY: and His. Leonard Munson are. i VVUllam Wootllock: first: Cosmetic Studio ;
Tuesday at 1.15: p.m. In the In hallway It consists pattern of light and shadow 1:30-Rubber Bridge, DeLaod Bridge Club Drei foot Rd, fourth. Mill Ethel; Johnson, second:
Calico Kitchen Restaurant. of row of fluorescent tube or the Institute More t:8: west winner were A. Q. Marvin Fong, third Myron Ac 0,.. S Day A Weak! "
Mr*. W. D. Bruner, Tltusvllle, incandescent bulbs fixed to the from say light Mom Celt Matt Besom and Gauge PearsaU cacti fourth; Mr. Accardl, vmMl tt ASM,***..** ,
director of district six. win bea structural celling A false "cell- make coming the raised one direction of I -------1 first I Chester Coon and Robert fifth) R. T. Steven, sixth; Mr*. 114 -,. Mil* Av.* Pis TM-TTBS
special guest. :Mr*. Harold Ing" of plastic or frosted translucent fabric create shadows portion like the NEW YORK OJPI>-On Feb Leigh\ \ second: Mr. and Mr. Ruth Watt and Mr. David Singer I I
Folkman, president will present glass I I. suspended. miniature forest and enablesthe II again this year even thoughIt William Woodlock, third: tied for seventh, E t
the program and will how These lighting Installations eye to see that the suilace Is a \leap year, of all the ------- ---- ----- ,
slides taken of member at various are sometime controlled valentine exchanged among;
by a 1* not Bat.FtxtUff'1.
function dimmer witch which permit I cm be used a* decorating I All }
the homemaker to dial different tools as well a* light Open Day Wcdiicsiluye, 1
New England ClubThe level of light Intensity, the I sources
I same way volume on a radioIs '1'U8:211!
f New England Club win controlled Chandelier, once the symbol I' Friday Nights
of dlr'sg'! room elegance, now
hold a covered dish upper, followed The American Home Lighting
can be found as the local point
by their regular meeting Institute lay lighting fixtures of
an foyer or stair
at the Tourist clubhouse Tuesday which had been largely displaced .
well and even bedroom .
diamatbdng /J.
I at 6 p.m. Guest speaker win for several year because *. THIS WEEK ONLY20X 1
be Dr. James W. Parrlsb Winter pastorof of portable lamp, are Coach lanterns till adorn the .t zer jI AL VAVSFJRSTQUAUTY -
First Baptist Church
making a comeback entrance of the home, but they
Park Bars Bulb. Disappear. can often be found alongsidethe

New ways of coating glass bathroom mirror, In a tarn
King's Beauty Shop and new plastic have been developed fly room or flanking a fire'
so that high level of place mantel. I
ttp4 M' hd. 1Atee. Oe.r s light can be obtained without I I IA OFF
Peas 5I44M
Irritating glen Bar bulbs Newly introduced for tile do-
$11 WAV a IP have disappeared.\ yourself decorator-hobbyist Is
snout SB The Institute say that what a line of mosaic wan panel kite A I
and how w. lea depend on the with a variety ot subjects rangIng
4 OfeealeraHe amount and kind of light avail I from gaUy feathered peacocks I tftL I a group
A'.......... HmF able. to Balinese dancers buQ '

SHAMPOO a in sui Whit light 1* a combination fighter and oriental acenet.1 of best
of all the colon In the apeo Kit com complete with o J our selling i"
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For lovely ladies In the Birthday Boy draperies

James Phillip Driver, son of
Mr and Mrs Jam*. K. Driver.
EasterParade gel W. Volusla AYe.. mill be

two yarn old Tuesday, March iirk I
4. Hie maternal grandmother to : I

Mrs Virginia Baumgartner,
Daytona Beach, and bit paternal I
grandparent are Mr, tad I
Mr*. ). U. Drive 125 .. Hull

fashions with a flair! At*. I

Every style whether In .
Azalea Circle '1}
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costumes dresses
access '
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cries offers that "little IOme.thing" Member o* the Azalea ClrrW t
01 tb* Cartfn Cub of DUaatf t1
extra that promise to wilt meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday t ,
make you a standout !la the at UM bom of Mr. JOBS Ore-

Easter Fashion parade! hem, W. WUcwula Ave. Mr.
Charles Morelaad and Mr*. lidI I
aey Siubh tr. win be coboeteae >
Costume *. '

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Kpsilon Gamma Chapter Of ESA Hold Dinner Dance fortunate For those enough of to you have who flower are I

In the garden la sufficient quantities
Ths Epsllea Gamins Chapter of Xp&llon Slim Alpha Sorority/ held their annual dinner dance tt the Showboat Reitaursnt'' to supply cut flowers I In
tecentPrsdlnner refreshments were served It the home of Mr. and Mr,.Elmer Hill. Those your homes, you will find the
to right, Mr. end Mr*. Bill Henderion' Mr. ind Mr*. Gordon GUI Mr. and Mrs Fred Waller, Mr.attending and Mrs sr*Elmer pictured Hill abovs, Mr., left you can add days to the life of
Mark Goldstein. Mr and MM. Harry StoUdemtr, Mr. and Mrs William Richardson! Mr. and Mrs 'Pete Hill Mr. and and many of them if you'D follow a e
John. Robuck, Mr. and Mn, Jesse Rowe, Mr. and Mri. Howard Peterson, and Mr. and Mr, Bob tee. Guests' Mn. few enmmnn-sense practices anygood
)(r and Mrs Donald Dutter, Mr. and Mr*. MI l eat ytr. .nd Mr*. Tommy Evans, Mr. and Mn. Byron We'nte, Mr Attending were florist uSPS.I i f
Williams, Mr. and Mr,''Richard Gentellnser,.Mr.-snd Mn, Henry Gregory, Mr. and Mrs Paul McCrory,.Mr.- tnd am} Mr/Bill'. I ' flowers In the early"
Wolfenberger, Mr and Mra. Alex C,Xlc I >r and Mr., and Mrs Richard C. VolL 14" 'l/IIlpb"i morning while the dew Is Kill on;
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or, next' best m the evening

. New Fashion Notes. For Meh'Piannirig': i r Vacation In SunNEW TrWto/ei Danquft; ,,-'> ../" In more after the the rigid morning sun and bar the the gone odor petals far dow more are. Marvin On Caribbean Cruise t

''Mf'mhl'rlof the Tri-State Tour perceptible.! Flowers gatheredthen
YORK UPI)', What' The keystone of a cruisewearwardrobd stacks and walking harts that bit Club will attend a covered are stiff-stemmed and don't Mr. and Mrs. 8. Stephen Marvin, 130 8. Montgomery' Ave., art shown aboard the E5 Haostattt
II i they sailed Feb.
new tor the man planning a vaCation i.01/ count, the brad stretch and stride right dish' upper the night of Marctt wither like those gathered In the 20 from Port Everglades, near Miami for a'Csrlbbesn cruise '
In the sun Stretchab-' sports Jacket, The msgia word along with the "wearer but with' 4, followed by their regular heat' of the day. The cut should
We, brighter colon, short !r thus yesd h stretch The tame out being too mug. They come meeting.! :.Tickets may be ob 'j be a long, 'clean, slanting one. And there are those" who say I nee 0EUND (FIOKBA) SUN NEW SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1964 I
sleeved swedes, and a return goes fnr leisure" ilacki and In In.. a variety of solid colon and tained ae this meeting, for the This keeps! the stem from resting carnations last longer if boric I
to what were once known as tot some -cases- sports shirts.I stripes. banquet scheduled for March M, I flat on the bottom of the receptacle acid fa( half tsp. to two quarts of
cream: trousers. I, Stanley Blacker Inc.. leadIng at Morrison' Cafeteria, Reser and of the water) Is added. And still others
a The emphasis at Petrocelll I I. cutting ( water Fashioncttety straight and narrow path to
Off white It the key color In manufacturer, uses 'a lab. on color, especially one called vation have been made for fifty supply. add a teaspoonful of cane sugar fashion fame. Others swing out
ports jacked and slacks, usually He combining: Dacron, cotton honey and derived from combination member There will be a choiceof WOODY BTESIS to each quart of water to make United Pr... InttrniHtnitSwimsult to tentlike width and still other
forming the' background'of and Lycra spandex to achievethe weave' of blue and gold, mat beef or chicken When you cut shrub with hard asters keep longer You may makers are ditching follow body curves in an easy
a neat stripe, and worn with stretch whlfch'is tar less --- care to experiment the tank-sutt. The new collection
to arrive the
to plus some muted coffee house ; woody stem, peel the bark off manner on resort
contrasting solid color Jacketsor than lay a pair: of stretch ,ski tone Inspired by the Carib look In both jacket and slacks.: an Inch or more from the end REVIVE FLOWERS include shapes brand new scene with their own Individual
slacks, Stripe are in every ,pants or.swlmshorts. bean's famous liqueur. One pair of sleeks In off white and split the end to absorb water. To revive wilted flowers that to beaches. For example. Inge, shapes.
color from red through blue Esquire also.' combine Da.cron Gordon-Ford show some spectacular with a thin ahlrl-style stripe Split chrysanthemum stems aren't old, cut off about an Inch Maldenform's new designer,
limit white. brought a reminder' the ice tip decks out her swimsuits with This Is the year of the total
'cotton and Lycra for stripes in a ihlrtllng three to four inches from tile of the stem under water as hot I
cream pants of old. The stripes as your hand can stand.Leave collars, turtlenecks, empire look In cotton swlmwear. A chic
III picked the color new swimsuit alone Is
up of sashes
.11 -solid end.Some tne rowers in hot water until It and flounchei. no longer
\ -- color Jacket-and vice 'versa, flowers, those with gum cools. They'll revive quickly and enough, for making a fashion
There also were bold :striped my or milky Juice. In their are then ready to Rudy Gernrelch, always an In. splash fin the beach To'be in
Jackets In a variety of sew fab- stems, /like the poppy, poinsettia Corsages also be arrange. novator In style, likes the wide the fashion swim for 1964, you .
Yes It Starts rice and the old familiar oxford .dahlia, hydrangea etc., need handling In may this tame by I shift. Sample from his resort must have a coordinated beach
weave. their stem sealed at the time of after the tinfoil is removed manner collection: a clown shift It is costume suit with beach
The whit, background also cutting; for If the Juice escapei, the sterna from made of white, dotted crinkled blouse, Jacket, sweater or shift
was big at Eagle Clothes and In no amount of water will retrubthe' cotton voile and has loose
y the words, of Eagle President flower. Immediately upon If dally change of ......IerIsn't loose sleeves and a floppy ruff Ski Jackets now come In tapestry .
Today Stanley Goldman "It reflect cutting, either burn the tip of possible, place a piece of collar. patterns. One hlp-length .
unshine, leisure, a vacation stem plungean charcoal In the bottom of the parka by Walter Jerome II'
martinis and 'women' II Inch and a\ rltfnl boll- container to keep it sweet. You New cotton shifts follow the done In a print of pale toner OB
I can often change the water by a textured off white fabric The
| Strong Trends Ing water for several mlnulei.
There art two strong trends Proceed from here on as with holding the container under the 'out-or you can draw off the old turtleneck knit collar is pink
In 'formal wear for wsrm' cl1.m.tee any other cut owerl'by plung tap and running water Into It water with a rubber syringe and Another In the collection tea'
until the old water is washed then In the lures a floral print.
according to Lord West ing them up to their necks In put new.
For the traditional market there cold water, -
Is a trend to seersucker stripe When you cut a flower Immediately .
1 1t In the conventional\ blues 'and plunge it up to Its neck Largest Selection
t grays, and reds. In Voluilt County!
Into cold water Give It plenty of
For the lees traditional thereIs room to Brink freely.! Strip oft all pD. NT
a return to elegance with leaves except those needed! to Plant Annuals
silk dinner Jackets in medium make 'your bouquet attractive. POR Now!
'P .++.+. ... I .blues ."Iet. nllve and red rill Tile losses the evaporation ur- I
'. w tnere.Hng'Maek'wutMbp.i... tig,' awl vpr...,...t.'UI. ......y, af
: lometime with piping> on' pock. t.the. submerged foliage and, consequent Pttanles Saints" J
: ets sad, lapel joining 01 me water I L'
:1 110,' Latent word .on .ig+oi4s shins HARDEN FLOWERS Marljsld Antes 4,
come from Mr, Alfred of New
/; :.rt.: York: Some of tils' top sellersare Now the flowersthat ,...111 Cimitltni
: to, leave them in the pall of
set of'Jacket and
f/ t.' freih( water in a cool place term I
." \ swim-or-Inst shorts ,In a blendof sal ttkirs. ,
3 to 17 hours The Tower drink
arnel sad t'Otton
v s.enuckFr themselves full of water, which I
the abort shirt Jacket In IIqtl.Inrle' \ 14 Varieties
and double breated models keep! them fresh and Inflated
', ," Just a* air does. an automobile
'a .three-quarter length ca-
.. tire.
bans Jacket with three- uarter
AZALEAS 29oR4ForiHeavy
To remain attractive, >cut.
sleevertultleoloftit, tun-lf
: :i''e : ; t effect flower need! fresh air, freshwater
woven cloth mitered! ,t1 '
o form a brightly-colored sannrn rest Deep bowls or vase
/like the "W" of a Navy signal art beit.becaunt they Immerse
> flag. more of the stem Use only cleancontainers.
: ,
hats There "Ms" sod Don't let flower! lit
Toll-Free "her" bets'tin roller are and :pnr*. !In a draft. Some people add aspirin Formosa Azaleas 75' _R 3 :i $2
rb pie shapes of poplin with contrasting and salt. But. tho (her** .
club bands. loll of controversy about this
point, these have more lY.fllolo&cal t
'Telephone To remove water mark from effect on the people
I. furniture, put several drool 'of 'than on the flowers!! Liquid Plant Food Ortho Grow
spirit of camphor on a damp The Japanese sometimes add
:4 cloth, and rub on mark. wine or lea to ,the vase water j I

$498 1 I


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GERANIUMS Bearing Slit) PEAT i

And IUD AND 69 CITRUS f IB. 50 .


f DeBary DeltQna a Tomato

Armstrong Roses

ae Enterprise'j rot Beady to Bloom!

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ht Tk. Isrssn lank Invltti tk.n .l yes win art ilrNiy ear Elks Ladies Help Buy Station Wagon lOMANZA DWARF-WTO rtACMtS

tnlsmtrt tt take *'d''**ts|* tl, tkli MW sinks tat .ixate'ltt I
tent .1( ytur kenktnf 'rtklsms.Ts OUCO LIQUID Peach Trees S895M4PtUniZ
The Dk ladles crgsalsaUMia of Central Florida have most
completed UMlr first co-opersuw project when they presented"
these *f yea wits irt sal( .1 lri*"v buckle, et tkt lirmn 12.1'7110 managing director Oeorg W. Carver, of the Elks Harry PLANT FOOD
e wt "hvlti "t tt |tlii .nr Ir.wl"l 'family. tf, Oiltry.Otllsst.' Anna Crippled Children's. Hospital at UmaUlla. This cum war
Eiltrprlti c.ltlll.r. pledged tow.nllhe purchase of a station'wsion fnr the Hoapllal'a
Horn Therapy a+rvtr* and was undertaken Jointly by the II $ 98
groove, with toe DeLand Ladles one ef tile early' contributors. Thelocal ':uDN 3 FERTILIZER 50 ih: $1.99
e group contribute 1300 aa their part in till project for rehabilitating
crippled el ldrea. The station wagon is few b m. OBULION
I u vtalU te physically handicapped children who art la seed el

special therapeutic, who da not need bespluUia* aeclsttf fw Tree BMW ....,. nil week's wtaaen
un-tdolmlot Ow u" An""""" -ItI4II tine.Ptckered above show tee sUUon wagon with Mill Lola e Mrs. ClUtM B*....... P.O. B.s 111. D.leraMrs. .prlags.FerNlte .
f : Kamaty therapist ud one et her younf' charge The treauneata
are war the supervision! of doctors of the Florida Tippled Otm,Iswes eel e t. A. Mfr. ... TIT. New farms Bescfc.

I I t i r Children's Commission and the therapist adminlaurs regular I Sftn&eerj Mewl, 1. .an.a...... U4 CklpeeataJe. >",
ti atm.Bls and medication! prMertbed ky the medical 1tIlf.I I De",1., ,1.; ;

II W* carry Saoayltnd. Cro-Tona and Ortho prodocis.FR .

I CARPETS DIRTY? :E with each porchasa -1964 Ortho Lawn Ic Gtrdan Bookl!

Hart Them Prof.iiionally
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""OUIIAHI a&n IS ,IMPOITANTc.h... Inkllt Service. DRY CLEANED-NO WATER USED Deltona NurseryAND

> Walk-Up Teller'Window Open 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. e dORAN'SINC.. GARDEN SUPPLYl'

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this doss not include a small milling IH.I
spectacularly Illustrated In these w

Style KeynoteIn look creations of opulence Femininity never- and before a 3 Days Only Thursday, Friday and Saturdayl!

\ surpasses seemed to be the '
Creations only laws that regulated this A MJ t March 5-67
contest. Each entrant took great r
pains to get In slow touch with
Made\ Hand the latest Paris fashion In that r .1 PHOTOCMPHIRI NOUMtIB
By she those with proper persprc L A.,. l n,"..", H1 nil I* I; f etdly,10' H1 wi t ta t> 1et.rdey,10 to 1 aa12 HI
live, what beat suited her personality r
Style it that elusht "some- .
thing" that sends any woman to Pictured top left to right
the mirror in search ot what II Mrs. William Gould a member
of the JWC took second placeIn "HEINZ"KETCHUP
tight for her personality. FashIons -
the club division. She modeled -
In from theatverely
move cycles
a two piece pink ensemble +rww
sedate to the ron ""a. with an "A" line semi filled ,
live and then Into colorful elegance. -
dress of rayon acetate and a
Through each phase Milady
breasted coat of
single straight
moves with joyous arIL'f.tully novelty weave cotton with K
aware that she U putting length sleeves and pockets Mrs. ,
her !bent sllppef forward. In
Dana Fogle JWC member, took *
the world of Woman remains
style C
first place wearing a yellow
, quern. sleeveless shift dies and beige ... .. r. .
Upon entering the
the Do Land High School re- *
wntly one had a feeling of grandeur
as they viewed the artfully .. (I WIT)) ONE WITH IOU .., 01 Meat FOOD OtOEB rittail)
draped yards and yards of fancy TOMATo
textured fabrics, all of ,which pla u1cHu1era.
brought to mind Instantly wh.tJI r
In store for the winner of the i' ... "WILSON'S" QUALITY SHORTENING'BAKERITE
sewing contest sponsored by the
Junior Woman dub, and students .
from the Home Economics
Department and Future Home. v. t tjJ
makers of America Club of the and I
high school.The \.

their own contestants handmade all creations wearing .are" _

J Showed a sharp matcyiaia.wlth feeling for color anunflinching bit ; 8 c ,,
lining superb '
r eye for workmanhlp. 3 LB.
y .. The diversity ef Inspiration : 3a
and design which marked .
r the sewing l contest this year Is ond Patty Taylor ... Barbara Lrcaa ... Sheryl Damaacbk CAN. ,

'I 1 'and I .* 7 POAto R1.01mA) SUM IEW1 SUNDAY I 1,1111; (tmrri ONE nrra rorxlx 0> MOXC:,roop bsosa rudtt"MORTON'S" )
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Fish, W,.tTIM VolusM
lilt ...$-.. pissed, .... we

JEWELERS Century Ago .Meal... eko swn.M seas.wen. ....-MU...,., N

ed the .)y Unite Mess tat.....U.i.l rUiMemerialDISMISSALS '

t / I 1964 collections: shows by 26 OZ. 5 .

couturiers produced an Mrs. Charles Holies, DeltonslMrs.
of trends In arrts- PKG. ..
Arthur M Uen. (23 N. Tulloedo
for spring and summer
tat Instance ram In Ave,: Cadet George Fiishay .
; I d trimmed shepherdess Florida Military School) (LDim ONE WTO yon U ea MOar, reeD OMtt rtCilt)
Iy I ia whit with black rib Mrs. Charles F. Smith. Awl
y e around a flat crown, the
three), Eugene Peterson. CUiiwood -
tied under the rhln or JM. Mn. Walter .Maria, "BLUE" DEnRGENTI'CHEER'
down la back at Ybta
i! Laurent. I JlaJit&J('OUUict Hospital, Day

1 1 showed little (til straw I tone B aca..
th* brims turned off the I WV )f..riar' .
1'1*. Castillo'* whit straw 0
hats\ looked like glob of AOMIMIONSFrsnklla
,. Cardl,,'. flat little
sailor hats tilted ever Drury DaLssaSprings
forehead. The down lamp ; niswortn Adam 121
.t ball wen at Balmala. E. Indiana Ave.; William J. LARGE
T Tt shoes the medium to low Saugaur. 211 W. ChtUea Ave., 19cPKG.
Robert M. fuersoa, OriflM
", and
spectator Dim pi $
toe 1Iom1..... City Mrs. Patricia Doubtdy, ..
Oranf t I.
(loves, favorite wore lit
short white f!lov**, *r long DL1flR91ALOWasda UMtTl OMC wow 'TOC8 M. OB MOBE, FOOD OIBn TttUt}
orange glovas.
were Slash evInced Stogies. eLaIad; Mss.Reactor .
pearly ,whit. Beige lacy Sinker, Falrport\ ..
I.t l s d stocttifs showed at .r "PURE PORK'f!
The Sick
P.1r1l1Kklac .. multiple Among
single stud led the way te I
i m1am E. Nicely. of KeiidraAvt.
Not see behest bit An .. kaa bees admitted t. tilt ROLL
Moat modela' wore 1)30 Air Force Baa IfaMpltal la Or-
Judo. Mr. Nicely la to Ward aBunreU
"sUatle Mfr, puled m c
side with 'the end lightly -
around the far. Btralgtit > J. JIMd. W >.. J'1nr.
Ma Av ., Is a patlairt to thVeterans
a. with frizzed ads aa ther SAUSAGE
style! showed for rvesJsg tlap4tal. Lake City,
A UTTLI LIGHT LUXUKYI .... "were bus el ...It. flat Mr. Red a amglcal "Unt. lala
Cobbles give II a. ye* III .. waves at Dior Loaf cork- Ward lour,

ever to lift a .--.. ..*., furls wen added I* side aiiiliUUnlluiuulllluuultoiiiillurMITIQUE
e uoolh.we.e strew t***.4 the bead ar back fer eveaUf IB.I
lien at ef art at .
t Swiss bald.. Cot ilia W **> "" aid I Work ..11", &SALEMHtfMT
1 :.end tw sure yew ,
; el, tile Amerlrea-
i I AAAA AM AA A 1 1t Deeartmeat wU sMet M,' *t, MAlCi I : "GOlDf RIPE"
at I pan. at the Wem- 11 tea M I .... MST \
J eH1it. fill *.It dub. Tar win ... a wart
OilartIhavy I
1 4en war It... I It Hester ea cancer win five preparatWM.a talk 17-tI. Psiary, fUr. *. BANANASLB.9
t 4 allow alkies. Hnmrv win
ruts Kou : I Mrs Cons* CHI. Mr*. Vary Donations 65'Span.
I and Mrs C a Carter, All
Family I are urged t* sttrad ..* if n.

: teed to brlgtlsjee rnav : Florida federation i. ,
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In the garden
Tbt Epc: :tars Gamma ,Chapter of Epsilon: Sigma Alpha Sorority held their annual dinner diIlC. tt the ehowboat Restaurant: title to I
Tecec' Pre-dlnner rllre'hm'lIt were served It tII. home of Mr and Mrs. ,Elmer Hill Those attending are your homes, )'
to right, Mr, sad Mn BIU Hende.on Mr and Mr Oorclrln 0111, Mr and Mre. Fred Waller, Mr. and Mr. Elmer:pictured HIU above, lest you can add
.fra. Mark OOldstei1l, Mr. and Mrs Harry Si cjemlre, Mr. and Nfl. WUlllm 'Uchard30n, Mr and Mrs. Pete full, Mr and many if them
John Kobuck, Mr. and Mfl. Jew Rewe, Hr. and Mrs Howard PeWr.on and Mr and Mfi. Sob we. Ouestt Mr. and Mrs, few eommon'... I
Mr and Mn Donald bugger, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Oar, Mr. and Mrs Tommy Evans, Mr ind Mrs Byron Wente. Mr attending, were good florist
William. Mr. and Mn Richard CenteUnter., Mr Wolfenberger. Mr. and Mr. Alex CIld: and Mr and Mri. Richard C. VolL Joseph morning while I ;
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I New Fashion I Notes: for' Men-:Planning! Vacation In Sun TrLState Banquet In more after the the rigid morning sun and

I Member of the Tri.State'Tour- perceptible
NEW YORK (VPI What' The' keystone of a crul ewtarwantrUM slack,and walking shorts that tat Quo will attend a covered then are stiff.
i new tar the man planning a;vacation .- "U, In the .uaTStj cli 'fab.l sport 'Jacket The magic word along with the wearer but without 4, followed by their regular heat of the day
net, brighter < b stretch l The came being too snug. They come meeting :Tickets may be ob be a long, [ ; (
sleeved sweaters. *id a returnto Ion for leUure slacks and Income in a variety of solid color and Dined at Ihl* meeting, for' the This keeps the I'
what wen once known ai tee case aports shirts. stripes. banquet scheduled for March II, flat on the (
cream trousers. Stanley Blacker, Inc., a leadIng The emphasis at Petrocelll U at Morrison's Cafeteria Reservations tacle and t
Oft white I I. the key color In \ have been made for ,
manufacturer, uses a fabric on color, especially one called fifty supply. I
sports Jacket and slacks, unit, combining 'Dacron, cotton honey and derived from combo members There will be a choiceof WOODY l
ally forming the background of and Lycra spandex to achieve nation weave of blue and gold, roast beef or chicken. When\ you cut
a neat itrlpe, and worn with the stretch whthh'II far leu ,
so plus some muted coffee house woody stems,
contrasting: solid color 'Jacket than say a pair of stretch ski tone Inspired by the Carib.bean's look In both jackets and slacks: an Inch or
cr alack, Strlpef In 0111. pair nl slacks In oU white
art every pant or swlmiihort famous liqueur and spilt the end
color from red through blue Enquire also combines Darron Gordon,Ford shows some spectacular with a thin ahlrt'ltyle stripe I Split .
against white j brought a reminder of the Ice ,
cotton and Lycra for stripes In a shirtllng three to four
---- pants of old The .trlPl'II
picKed up the color of a solid end.
-, ,- color Jacket.-and vice versa Some flowers
) There also were bold ,striped my or milky
Jacket In a variety of new fabric stems, like the
', '' and the old familiar oxford dahlia, .
'Yes Starts
weave. theta sterna ..
The white background also cutting; for If :
was big at Eagle Clothe and In no amount of ;
the word, of Eagle President the flower.
Stanley Goldman "it reflect cutting, either
? .un.hlne. leisure, a vacation, the stem with
martini. and women" an Inch and a
Strong Trend Ing water for
There are two strong trend Proceed from
In formal wear for warm ell- any other /
mates according to lAIrd West, log them up to
M a For the traditional! market there cold Water. J
'ar Ay Is a trend to seersucker stripe When cut
; you
s K. 'In the conventional blue and diately plunge It I
i grays and reds ; Into cold'water I
For the less traditional there roorrf to arirtl'!
I 11 a return to 'elegance with leave except
4 silk dinner Jacket in medium make your, houf !
; .....;.. blues, ,old', olive and red wtth ,This lessen the 7JUtS1'I
IttIItt'JIIt1"C'.ek 1.pM fep ".,", ?* *
omrtlmes with piping! on pock. the submerged:
.. eta and lapel. sequent fouling of .
Latent word! ,on uporfs shirts HARDEN1 :
come from Mr Alfred of New
... Now harden"
York: Some of his:, top seller
that I II, leave
are cabana set 01'Jacket and
rt ,' 'tro't swim-or.lnat shorts In a blend fresh water In a
3 to U hours
t,' : of creel and cotton seersucker themselves full
: .short shirt Jacket In bqt'111II1e' '-
keep them fresh
: and double breated models
"", .a three'quarter length car: tlr Just. a* air does,
band Jacket ,with three.quarter
To remain
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sleeves;! a' multicolored, haadf
flower .need
..,, i" woven effect cloth mlt4red.1
r .t form I brightly .colored saonr like the "WoNavy itgaaj' are bctUbecause
flag more of the item.
Toll Free Vats? There are 'W and containers.. Don't
"her" hats ',In roller' and :pork In a draft. Some <> i s
pie inures of poplin with COB- pints and' silt
,. treating club bands. Iota ot (
point these
t TelephoneService To! remove! water marks from chologtcal effect
,, furniture put several drops of than on the !!
spirit of camphor on a damp The Japanese
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troupe, with the DeLand Ladle one of the early
local group contributed WOO *a their part in the )
hsMlltaUnfl crippled\ children The station wagon
vialta te >physically> handicapped childrea "bo art
special' therapeutic treatments .but who Ml

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snrctaculaity Illustrated these ,. .

Style Keynote'.i.iI I look crt'atlona.Jo'pmhulllty ot opulence never- and before a "\ !-. 4r .. 3 Days Only Thursday, Friday and Saturday!

surpasses seemed to be the .
In Creations laws that this .j .,. '
I only regulated ...'tJ't, March 567PHOTOClUrHirS
Each took
conteit. entrant great .. .. .
pains to get In clot touch with ,
Hade\ Hand the latest Paris fashion In that ,I; HOURs
By she those: with proper pel-spec tb...: t '_ TIll,"".f, 10..1 ead 1 Ie" Mds1,10 ItI and I trig Set.rdey. 11 Ie 1.41 'd
live, what best suited her per. I 'yt .
Style l U that elusive "10me- sonality.

tblnj" that lend any woman to Pictured lop/ left to right,
the mirror In search of. what iiflaht Mn. William Could a member
of the JVC took second place "HEINZ"KETCHUP
Ovcrlt personality. lash.tens I In the club division. She modeled .
cycles, from the
severely' sedate to the eontiervntlv a two piece pink ensemble I J weaat
with an "A" line semi fitted
and then Into colorful ele
dress of acetate and a
rayon d
gance. Through each phase Mi
lady moves with joyous grace, single breasted straight cost of
tully aware that the 1 II putting novelty weave cotton with %
her best slipper forward. In length sleeves and pockets Mrs. 9
the world of style, Woman remain Dana logic JWC member took
first place wearing a yellow C
quern 14 OZe BOTTLE
, Upon entering the auditorium sleevrlexs shift dress and beige r. e e
cardigan coat lined In color coordinated .
at the Ex-Land High School recently .. 'f"
one had a feeling of grandeur : print. From the i = '
as they viewed the artfully American Home Department r (UMITi.. ONE WITH TOn ....Oa MOil FOOD OBDta rUllS
Mr H. L. Cuthrie wa* first
draped yards and yards of fancy ; roMArotEttHUf
textured fabric, all of ,which place winner wearing a baby
brought to mind Instantly what blue, two piece suit and blue
It In store for the winner of the flowered print silk blouse tea- "WILSON'S" QUALITY SHORTENING'BAKERITE
sewing contest sponsored by the turing cape sleeves Mr. George
unlnr Woman's dub and students Whalrn won second place. She
from the Home Economics modeled a dress of green flowered
Department' and future Home- acetate and a sleeveless
makers of America. Club. of the and collarless green linen coat.
kth school. Pictured right, left to right,
are winners In the high school
The contestants all wearing
their own handmade creation. ."tti... They are Patty;Taylor _
wearing a coat and dries tnt.a- \
Ihowed for color
a harp feeling ,
J ble 01( yellow cotton double knit a
.fining supecb mat r .
imfllnchlng rye for workman- coat with % denQlh sleeve. and I. 3 IB. ,"., ,;
patch pocket The dress was a ..
thlp. The diversity! of Innpiraiion 3'gc\
white shift worn belted with
and design which marked .
cord. Barbara Lycan, second
the sewing contest this year 1* yellow Jumper place dress winner of looped wore a mohair beige Petit. Taylor ... Barbara Len ... Sheryl Damaschke: ______ CAN. .

and paisley print longaleeved I fat 1 KttAnW (HOttOA SUN MW1 SUNDAY,MARCH I. It44 (tmrn ONE nrra rera M. oa MOIC,tt ODp OIOLR I'udt)
blouse of Jersey Sheryl Dartias.
a. chk., third place winner mod. III.
tied a black pique outfit with!
whit accessories I Designers ImpactOn hospital RrcordiFlth "MORTON'S" PLAIN or IODIZEDSALT

Male ln England will b*
ES FERREtL strutting this winter In the new Fashions Began Wttt J'"Iu,"
"peacock look" say the BritIsh
Council. The Till MlMlHf easel. Ms.
Men Fashion M.
JEWELERS new style feature suits made Half cis Sinai aslesl.w sear sae!...rM War*...., let
from two matching cloth, with Century Ago ,
1f> A Ce *1 flat* T tr4*' the la jacket a fabric and waistcoat differing tailored from- .y United Press 'InUmiti.n. n* MetnerlalMia.

I that of trouser" The 1964 collection shows by DLXIMAlg -- 26 OZ.
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French couturier produced an Charles BoUV. Delton) 5cPKG.
assortment of trend In acres
Mn. ArUiur Nielsen2S N. Tux.
*orie* for spring and summer
Hat, for Instance, came In edo Ave.; Cadet George fl.
; COBBlES wide I trimmed ihepherdent shaw, Florida Military School: ; uxm OWE vita nCI ts, 0* MOIl rooo oUts rtcito.
I Ii I e rwd oro.. ..hoeA napes In white with black ribbon Mn. Charles' r. Smith Routs 1'
around a flat crown the three>, EIII... Peterson, CI.".

ribbon dangling tied down under In back the at chin Des or .wood Rd-j Mr*. Walter Jlar.t.nall1lJC' "BLUE" DCTERGENTI'CHEER'I

St. Laurent. Dtitrict ilonpltal, Dy. r
s } r Dior showed little gist straw toad lIe ch. ,
hats, the brim turned off the *
face. Castillo' white straw e
peaked hat looked like glob of ADHLWON/
meringue. Cardln' flat little
.. French. sailor lilts tilted ever rtanUla Drury, DaLaaaSprings
the forehead. The down lampshade ; EUnrorth Adam. 121 '
\ f fN" hat were at lUlmaln. E. Indiana Ave.s I William J. LARGE
Slaughter, 211 W, Chelsea Ave.,
In shoes the medium to \low 19c
Robert M. Peterson, Orange
( keel*, spectator pump a and ;
(City Mn. PatrtcU Douberly, PKG.
,. rounder' toe dominate.In I Orange Qty .
glove, favorite were little ,
hort whit gtovee, *r long I DB.MWSAU (UMTTi OrE' rmi toca., oa Moat rooo eaoca ntafi) I
pale orange gloveJ.Slocking I
were flesh colored Wanda. Hogten, DLan4: Mr. .
or nearly white. Beige hey I Deannr Stoker, ralrpnrt Are
butted stocking ahowed at -r
Dior, :
The Sick
Many pearl necklace, multiple Among
or single! ahead led the way ta
I WUMara )E. Nicely ef KendraAv
on* bmiflaat lists" An ... ka. bees admitted I* the ROLL
Air Fern ... .
showed. Most imxtel wore 1X0 Hospital In Or-
short "shiBfJe, boh." parted M Undo Mr. Nicely I la to Ward U
the .Me: with 'the ende lightly .
ML curled' around the fa,... Straight I Burwell /, hed. tU !.. Florida
ii T haw with frteed ends anoUwr1ST Ave, U a patteat la tw LLi9c .

UTTtl U HT IUXURYI Ye*. ........ style were, showed let ef Jar bang ovenligThere Bat. I Mr.Veteran Reed Ha a surgical rttai. Late iMtteat Qty, lala

Cobble elm. M to ye* .to the *...** Erne Tlresvr > 1130 wave at Dior. Long corkscrew I Ward Sour

to sift a ewMttr ........Airy tIII4 gel atdnoothweveit earls were wMed to IIdea
f strew trimmed with gel .importedSwh .f the bead lit back for IIlIIlIfJlIIlIIlIJJlIllllDllIlIfHilfllm( I

breW. On the fcxVKjh (keel yew .lev. And 0..hews... and at Saint nap-L.ef rest Mrk. at ANTIQUE SHOW I "

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Bradley Hits Two Fouls

kl. -w I With Six Seconds LeftGuard

Marshall Bradley of the a field gnat with 11 seconds f<>

Srabieeze Sand Crabs calmly play and at the Intermission!! liu

dropped in a pair of free throws locals held a 2218 lead

with tin seconds remaining In IECOXP HALF 1

the game hers last night to earn Seabreeze opened the second

his team a tennton-packed 42.41 half with a press and held it the

win In the finals of the Class A rest of the game. Cantrell and

Group f Tournament over the both Bob Derfuis and Dive Cobb

battling and stubborn DeLand got In foul trouble In the third
v '
Bulldogs. quarter and It was 28.28 with

The! Bulldogs nearly pulled a 2.26 to play In the period

repeat upet as they did a year Psrlln hit his 499th and SOOth

ago in Tltusvllle when they points with 20 second to go and

1 stopped the Sand Crabs 29.27, In the Bulldogs/ Inched ahead 30 29,

another thriller but Jim Stevens scored a three-

Although the Bulldogs were pointer with seven seconds to .

downhearted after their. narrow play and it was 32,10 going Into

defeat they have no need to hang the final eight minutes LOOKING FOR "EYES-On Friday night during the Florida Military School-Seabreeze basketball game

their beads because they did a Early In the final stanza Max in the DeLand High gym one of the Black Knights lost his contact lens and time was called. Officials coaches, and

L tremendous Job and one that Bales tallied on a three-point players as well as some fans looked for the "eyes" and finally came up with them. Seabreeze won by 61-31. (Sun
Coach Murray Arnold the team play to give the Crabs a 3531:: News Photo by Gilmore) ,
t ) school and entlie area can be spread with 6:32 remaining. .
proud of and to call them their
Hayes bagged a pair of char.

i-l. team NEW RECORD game ity tonnes and with the 2 winners:38 left held in the a Sand Crabs FACE DEFENDING CHAMPS Fresh 'VaterReport

Senior guard Doug Tallin It\'en.polnt lead at 40.33 and
played his final game for the everything appeared lost for the :
(Sun News .Na1a ky OilmarODELANO'S (fl'et'nd White and added to Bulldogs but they bulled their Biddy Slars In Finals Aired
scoring record
DOUG PARLIN, his single season necks and came back.
when he paced the Bulldogs last Top
..Season Total R.ack.s507 night with 25 terrificpnIntl and Parlln hit two quick Jumpers .
with 1:21: and 0:53: to play and By Council
SOT. Thus he
raised his mark to
ftp I MBJM OUWDA) SON HEWS SUNDAY, MARCH 1, Mx 'I became the first Bulldog ever to the lead was down to 40.37. Can. I Of Slate Tourney Play
troll fouled out with 37 secondsto
single score more season.In than. 500 points in a play and Cobb hit both free In 61-31 Go County The meeting Council of of Conservatka the Volusla

Arnold after the throws to make It 40.39.
talking to dub was held Wednesday
lame he said "I thought the GRABBED LEAD Last night In Sanford the De- who each tallied nightat
With 16 seconds to the eight Jim the Ormond Fishing and Hunt
I boy (Bulldogs did an outstandIng only go Friday night Daytona
Land Basketball
Job both last night and Psrlln hit on a beauty of a Jump Brach Seabree7C Sand Crabs Biddy League Grove came through: with four jog Club Hall In Ormond Beach.
Lawn Stars scheduled to
were play
J throughout the entire season er to give the locals a 4140 lead. moved Into the finals of the Gary Rosamonda. Richard Foster This meeting was well
In the finals of the State Tournament and repro'rented
Danny Friend all had
and ...far as I'm concerned they Seabreeze took a shot with Class AT Tournament In the
against the defending by the member club
of eight seconds left, misted but DrLand with two and Alan Braddock( added
I are the BIGGEST champions High gym an eny
p j-it all." Certainly everyone in this Bradley was fouled on the rebound 61-31 win over the Florida Military champion Sanford cagcrs. one. Billy Williams had 10 and from New Smyrna Beach, Sam-

fr area should feel that way, too. He connected and a last I School Black Knights. was At presstime on last the night outcome there of Jamie Peters eight lor Panama iota Halifax Ormond and the
no report
Bowling The winner were paced by 1.1 ditch shot failed for the locals. The top six players for the this contest. City.In. Sportsman's Club ot West Vo-
From the field the other action It was Tallahaiwee .
junior center Dennis Cantrell Bulldogsheld Sand Crabs played only until There was also no final reporton Junta
who tallied 19! points and came the edge and actually lost about the middle of the second the second afternoon in slipping i l past Lake President Edward T. .
.', through with several key rebounds the game at the foul line The period and warmed the bench game Wales, defending champion and Walsh
which Sanford playing reported the fresh
He and Partln were the locals hit 14 field goal to 13 for the rest of the way to rest up .was hOlt Sanford bombed Fort Walton on water to
ascots for the right to meet come under the Senate Bill 230
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the winners. At the charity line\ for DeLand In the 10926 while Fensacola
the ;
By A. W; FMHER I the palm ol the hand: i only players double figures Bulldogs' ; I Land In the title tilt but one re known as the Fresh Water FishManagement .
DeLand had only 13 of 22 while ripped Clewlston 7T-21.
finals last
and point
each night
Lawn bowling at the local club 2. Bias always must be although/ every port said Sanford had won this BUI and reported
en W Howry Ave, had a good checked before delivery of bowl I for both ball clubs were all. Seabreeze made will IB ol 20. Tom Tumbleson led the victors content. Vest and Klcklighter combined those lakes and stream a* list

day on Monday both from the 3. Arm swing'_ always a pendulum Important The winners now move onto with 11: points and was the only Four games were played Friday for 44 point. yesterday

weather standpoint and from the awing with arm parallel In the flrsj period the >Bulldogs the Regional Tournament site next. ,one In double figures. Nine night. In the opening\ roundas morning in showing the way for ed.Other matter of Importance)

game side of the ledger, with the side ot the bcK.Y.t \ .opened a control game: and it wf't'kl'nd..t a to be' announced others scored Junior center the DeLand Biddy Leaguerscame DeLand'a .1.50 victory over Tallahassee. was brought In for action by the

The ,Daytona Beach Club Follow through Just as :was 75 1ft.'favor of the visitors Oelasd later. pa PT 'Total' Dennis Cantrell a (.J performer up with a 61.37 victory Vest hit 21 and Kick respective .clubs and were discussed

members were visitor with Important as'In",olt'. Looks like when the eight minutes finally Canto .. ._..__._.. a t J.tI"rfu. tallied only six point during his over Panama City.. Vest lighter 20.Others as to their disposition! !
ended .. ._...___.0.. I I aMrlbmb limited play He had been scoring for the winners Land
their five league team here to "going after" your bowl at end showed the way with 33 points Management Officer of
play the game originally scheduled 'of swing Tallin hit on a steal with\ T:01 .:::::=+== t : I II averaging 27 a game In a tt'ITlflc'efiort.. were Grove with six Mc. the Pame and Fresh Water Fish

for Feb. U and ,they were 5. Top spin delivering the' to. go In the first the hall Green to make and It Early .:::::::::::... 1 J : TOPPED LOSCIUHarvey Also In' double figures: for the Comb and Foster with', four Commission John Daniels, reported
topped by their host U in and slowly .... apiece and Friend with two.Mead on the ')>lIt season deer
bowl by rolling off the fingers to White Inched ahead.. Their biggest TO'fAIJ: :::_: t" 11 It Johnson and Rick winner was Jimmy Klcklighter
game with the point score tttdat give a slight "spin In, the direction : was six .r Cleveland each came through with 12 Other scorers were Grlgg was top for TalluMvpe kill as well as other game and
the night
lead ot .. ..... er ThalHu.l.s with'! Z7 also, made known
83 83. of travel. .It. pea with 10 points tor the Black David McComb and Glen Smith the rules to
22.U, with 22 seconds to play In ... aM
This was the final league game (. finding the direction hitFisinifa' ores :::: .:::::: & 5 Knights.Seabreezr. govern the pedal hunt coming
v' pick the Sand Crabs .
the halt bu\ nl'.11 ............. 4 Sr1t:1R1 ud to th L' 'S VTHREK '
U the local rinks thi* season.! l .II= I
a marker atria cad el*rink. gratibtd '? a i quick y ,
Two'more mee,s' are at"miultd* .Draw*anA Imaginary UM itrftra ...41 \.. I '.1.adstLA7.41st'th l imd i otillwmt Taylo i. "Fi Dna Southwell former commissioner I

both away, one with Peabody on marker to the mat rick a spot 1lUNT1N(; ''In...,, _'.._'." '_._ Z I period and stretched It to : Eric Watwn. .legislature
Merch'20and 1 : ____ 1
the a.Jandrtnkl on closer la you than''the marker 1 erJ.HlITI" 33-, at the Intermission. chairman. and John Grigley -

the other at Mt. Dora on txtt on this line. Look at this 'I'n1'AlA ..._.... II .141 Ii, 'tJoIng Into the final quarterthe I president ot the Fifth DIstrict -
March 17 the latter postponed pot not'',at the' when delivering aeon hr rlsrtrra, Black has 13 rrL
; Jack, Knights points
....r.uel 5443 I Sportsman Quhe, addressed -
from Feb IS. the bow D.lasd. I n !t. 11 -r: but came up with '16 during the Cops I the member on different tubJects. -
Last Thursday and Friday T; Correct weight'the cor* last eight minutes of play T which were to the Interest
three team of mixed treble rect amount of power! applied to MEETINGSCHEDULED, : i
Seabreeze; hit 22 field goals of an .port mell. .
from the local club were In com j0 I
howl at delivery In make It reach Bowling and went 11 for 14 at the charity Walsh advised that the land
petition with team from moat but not over reach the objective line while the Black Knights Meet' Win L for a public park at Lake Dial
of the Florida clubs, In the All- I point. Results
scored with 11 floor shots and I on Rt. 11 has been lurvpyf'4.dII
Florida Championship Trebles
Mixed Tournament placing two d. Synchronization r ,aim OCALA A series of tallied on nine of 18 tries at the now ready for the boat ramp
come through with straight, CASTAWAYS MIXIO.I foul line Installment clearing of the
1$.end game: each day. The reunite five public meetings will N. M...,......" ewh.e' 1. "1
smooth carry through motion ..... Marlns' I. Hlnun.aao.uurmt Fls. Nlutary Co PT T KULLETINH grounds and all necessary workto
later. In the Central sun J.
be N held
will reported and arm feet and body movement a.rt musty HFNn.di 14".1. _._ ___.._...___. I 1 IHI.ea make this spot one of the

MEMBERS: DIY all In harmony.TfcBMI Florida Region by the Tr.nddrm, C.ulucl r I. ,Crowd I. while' : ; ..:.::._' :.::.: :. ; r VOTING* List night the state parka
Fresh Water F.Ist II llly
Sadness prevailed over the .lo ..:; : 18ED Game and anodes 51..1,11' II K.'u.k" ""'.' ._u....._..___.. 1 aINlA Ranting Kpmlslera detailedUM He also annoucPltllRt\ Biologist
Commission to dls- ', ,... _._...._.. .... .
last week with Fish .. NIi. .1.Vt.'t t t
cal club moat of I.* ; FNN CNlekea Hlld.aU. SI-M, t to Edward In U
"Be 'Vp"- we enough 4. Vu"I" .'.n'NIl ... .._.._:.... t I aHrm Taylor Zagei charge
the flag at half.mast from Mon weight\ M as not to .be atoll cuss hunting and fishing r'h."II. 14.1". ..._ ....... I A I win tile Claw O Group I Tour- of the work at the park and vt
An regulations\ lor the 11 65 ,. I.....' bleb )I.. .. _. __ 4 I ;( ,
Thursday. esteemed J.hmun '
through '' '' .
day 2. "Bias" the weighted or aq aameni.Taj 1' the walt'l'I. defined under the
to J. W .,. seal huh 510.AN TemhN..A .a.....__. a I 13llnlwr
and lojal member Mark "season according h" ;'h Iu1hmw cold In the tint Flu! Management and
small button side of bowl mom's si./lot, lor WM Bill when\
line. ------------ .
Sheppard paved away Sunday' 3. 'Blocker". a howl 'lying Blckemttff Central Re. |14| Hll.. ,...... .... ..._..:::: I ; T half and scored Mir sine ; .J-.. all waters of all lakes river
.. '
Bight at age 87, after a long so as to prevent following bowlers linn Manager Tr suet.mrm. Klolt.>r, high Siam than'lllil aura Mil, NaTiiTAL.a-o_..._... '! la t point and trailed 211. They t ".' ;.. ._" ..+',"- and stream have been inspecteda !

period 01111/\f'81. And on Monday from reaching their obJec. Some of the be dlncuanedare proposals LAtC STARTtMeuthlin4 ............_....F0 I I TAllyn aJ.h.m'e Blared the Dinner nearly even r ''; Jof list of these will be made\
Bight there was a 'fatal heart tive. expected to IsFrumnw la the second half. known to the public through this
M l 1
t eiymoithOr..ry :
attack that took Jack Goes at 4. "Draw Shot" bowl to fin : everyday hunting; I t T.'m N ..M Llbtrty t'l.nla"d :.::::::::::::- .: lit E Sammy Sllle *.. alh malt JF1 1'; ....paper. I

age 76. Both of these men had lab as the closest bowl to the split dove season; first M..n.l I. V I' ',,Lltl HAH en| H V.nlR TV| lit 4Cade. I IVntln -,. ..... 1 : : for the HUdiaU wllh IT paint I ..(J i. .. The meaning of SB ISO are
been ardent bowlers here for Jack. nine days of the deer season KtH Cll .y, kith' IKiH, loot "l. ... whlto' Charles Moody tallied !e ...,.. those water declared under the I
and have left manyvery becoming a still hunt a* Arthur, lhr.: SM. L'alTorALA-: !!; ":"":.11 ; Inllt alt II for the .. 'I
many years 5. "End" bowling to the Team N*. I, M|* liniK, SIChlK :. alPMilwa and DkkU bin will be! )posted and each and
good friends. Jack waa active with no dogs; and others. rasaIrani .by Owruri : In .
opposite end ot ,rink J*. called Utr4 i 1 "Innera. .a..l. every person fishing those waters
In all phases ot the club one end. returning Js, another The meeting for DeLand miasma D. .*.i.-'l: : II It I5IIpars :: i..ta. will be required to have a
rnanagement and gems activityup Is scheduled for the city N' ... The TaylorWildcat
'lId. i ,1.0 t < eoN tiTtiuUr HASTINGS fishing license upon hit person.
to the last minute hall at 7:30 on March' It LTtuth 1| lNa .. Siri fII.41. A TV *...l.. It Da.Lan4 used a BAns SEAT;
I. "H"ad"the bowls jroupedaround 1.. HIM. !, it ami' .* > Saw aalta a *....l.a 4. ot Plerson WsLoh announced that the next
He was bowling as lead man the end The. other meetings in this an < It L.t: Pat li Prklt ......'.... 5...,.Ip III l P.i'.r ASana > balanced scoring attack In all "... EJfarts meeting of the council will beheld
Hooker's team In the area, all at T::.10, will be as 4, CrMkW .. S. L.. '.".11 J._.ltr. 1.
en 1. "Narrow ttTight" did .. four quarter her Friday night \ at New Smyrna Beach on
(, O| lied 1''''''., last I t. .. Nawtan.' 1a5'aa' t tHilnaia
league tame played with Daytona not start the howl, out far follows: March 4. Palatka Conlty, hell III.... M1. 110| Frm J......", tilHlhr to defeat Si. Joseph's ol St. May I and all member of the
Beach on Monday after line Civic Center: March l1. .lk>4, tlifK. ,..m smile SU| .a, 4a2 M 43. to advance into Duke Grabs club are lavited to
enough tram the center to, .Mh Ihr**. ISM.SUSUHSAN Mia Ma4ia. M."'. HI.H aln*'.. Augustine respective
I Boon when he first had warning the Jack.I. Ocala Commertcal Bank 517, eeaS WsM.Nn5I.M N.seIIrs. I the final ot the Class C
d heart distress\ and letv' the "Rink" Building; March 23. Orlando MIXSOMt NSam. .. : Tournament against the I
the playing area .t.* I.Motri4. *. AftMt'ltimtm a'ell ham N.eN. 1111hllh Group 104.69 Win
game before it was finished. 1111Sfttt'elt running from one.end to the opposite Greater Chamber of tt Garage Nrkd .. D*. terse. 14e1. Hastings Spudsten "last night attendFENCES
in the club welfare. from end The width of this Commerce Building; April ---.- -- Sammy Mile one again

all .angles,,was outstanding and area. at DeLand Is 'lll lt 1, Inverness Courthouse. cam through with a solid SCOT CHAPEL HILL N. C. (UPI)

most valuable and will be missed (varies at different club from. Similar meetings will he Ing performance as he paced the Fourth ranked Duke University
wy deeply by his many: friendsIn .IS.20 feet I.I. held throughout the stateIn winner with 23 points to make
local club, a* well as all order to present statewide --I" the moat formidable team
the l'Court" a group of adja the, 20th time In as many games
the other clubs In the North Central cent rinks 'lev'l) at DeLand views. to the Commission In'' et this year he has been In double In the Atlantic Coat Conference .

Florida League 10. "Skip" the captain ot at their annual regulations I figure. Stanley Cowart another smaihed North Carolina ..I

This week the fix players. selected the*team. Ja full charge. or all meeting. t I top scorer tallied 1C for the 104 68 Saturday. .
for competition in the play. Blckerstaff encourages i j'msE Wildcat The Blue Devil beat U N C fIR ISTIMATISI

American Lawn Bowling Association U.."Toucher" a bowl' which .all sportsmen t* attend Craig JVfl followed with alaI for the sixth straight time and

Southwest Division Tournament has hit the lack. Such a bowl Is one or more of these, meetIng E L1r tl :- I I for the victors and hit four of awed their season mark to :20i. I l

will be .comprtlng In the given' chalk"" mark for recognition and discuss their op- ,- : six attempt from the floor. (

treble matches/ on Monday and as "toucher: It remains pistons on conservation Mike Well bagged two of three The final margin' of.39 points

Tuesday and In the double jn play even though It goes Into attempts. was the most a Duke team haa

. matches on 'Wednesday and the ditch. Just as long as It LEE UWFJM I ever, bratm N rih Carolina in I H 44500r'WANTiD" i

\ remains within the confines of -. Larry McGowan: wa top for the 100 gam* Panics.
.. ..
and he
the rink. the loner with 11 point .
On Friday there will be action 12. "Wide or too much gr..." r, collected nine of these U tile 1 "
again In a social game on the bowl was started too far out h 1 1 I third period when the loners

local rinks with Mt. Dora as the from the renter \line of the Jack >I staged a dangerous rally. Tom

guest club. 13. 'Hand shaking" ..+ a !I UftIf't'W canned 11 I IMEN.

The "HOW" of lawn bowling. grand custom U Ian bowling. I I Throughout most of the eon-

There are many strangers to At end of'each game shake test the Wildcat held a four- 1
the ways of lawn bowling, and hands with each member of the point lead. Three different time WOMEN I

the ways of bowlers themselves opposing team. Winners being they Idol'Pd tor the last hot la I

The l local addicts welcome the gracious to losers losers being 1 tie period and made all three turn .q*. IS la M P....... fh. aa>*. Jaw
,.r4 'L_ .... k.... Iix
that Is generated by the a ta* U C N.a. thav
curiosity good iports and Just as gracious.Signs bucket Ben did tt In the first qw.... .It .. araa earMe aaxaa araaar* far tow twul '
spectators and are most happyto Cowart I* the second and Mile I ..a naal It _..... a..n> *aat it M. .M al ,n. _
the and Its fine a. nimai>l -.,.... say .. tor_ a.4 awaal _a".> 1kM
explain game With CalgaryCALGARY in the third. .... .
aa *iMl a ta acmaia If Ma kM. act J i
points to anybody who will listen" Last sight was to be th. first atari. Tkay _,aa mwl ta mt .a........ wale t... Oav I
that j I ....ate aM..>i, taaa' a.t.... ., _
convinced y
tor they are all ) Alta. IUPI the Wildcats had faced thespatters e7.t. .
.of ttm. ....i.yi. aM lad ana aM .* / l .tan a<<_ an __ 1 ,
lawn bowling Is one of the moat Wally Fflltt. formerly with the l this aeaaoitTaytor mb 5.' aava-"i -'. a> )a... ...'' "It" III
Interesting of all sports both In San Francisco 49ers of the National MMMM K T lily raartta ra.w*. Nit's vwtiaxa ..4 ",.,_ hew M< i'

h glriii and good fellowship.The Football League. will LOANS 1 w'_::::...._:.... *Swart : 11 f: ..::.:-*lea.d aMatia a.*. t ToeiV*> .a Va 4,oart woe Ina al sits a. h-,, I

) claim that It does pot take play keel: sea** with the Calgary 11.,. __- ._.___- IMarar I ,'M'.. tit awl Me ,5.lai If. Mw_ Is -.,.. M haw yaa ass ar.

long for new bowlers to get the Stampeded ol .' Canada'eW..tera 'BY slots .:_:=== I ; & I aamaa rt kaa a*4 T.5 .*** r--o: ait.
feel" of the sport and the to Football Coatere,..;=" : e eaa /aaN aaaaa aMy 5.a ace! M O1 |

realize how much good Mlow- i enl'rKai.k I uxroui .RiTinc. Drn. II ,

ship IIN1t11.buUd\Jll outoTooor UC Names Coach ROSS : -t:: :::"'; u: a5L plddt.Ws. ..M3 '. 'I
be 'T T
exercise and pleasure ran NICE CATCH-Joe Adams of DeLand recently 1.. /0 1 a s *a v aMak Mwrow4 ..... aaa .a..s.SeN' ., pa
laliwd la this fine comprtitUe BERKELEY ('aut1'U brought in this lO black bass white f lulling :=: ::=::=:: I ; 1Mwl..w.a 1 I 11, kat .. U *. 55 ml..ed awe r it) NWar.ipaliaai (*. .
hefty -pound
__ .__. I I IIMe..e. ear U
aaj Mw la s.5My I Mw.m-l 500.
recreation. BUI 34, will If't'W' as anaanlstast Volutla Loan Co. Inc f.
in !lake. There information about ...... .
1. Holding the ball the typed under l'alverity "ICaUIOI1IJ. a nearby was no e_ ._4 .: .. S 1 I NAktt ,,.I i -- act
grip 1s optional but mud give .'! new. head football LOANS Te MM lust which lake it was or what he was using for bait. +s.h.rrr'laTIkLJ :;.= ttraat __ PlkMH -
The fellows force before too much _
should be in C 1
confidence that the tall big out
complete! roach MllRt' _sent u
from the .hand.Held 107 Wail MisM longer. Good luck to all fishermen. (Sun News Hello 5,... a. O'.Me..I. I I .. *.ata .
will not slip --
bowl Win- -
Duttoa placed football with ,. .,__ ____._ II ,..... Le. -- .
with the fingers rather than aey at California raraelUUUt by Euhop) 1'''''''' I. U U l"-t - - ...- ...




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Maras. 1 .':::::::::: Mrrtrlffi Oach Or-iiR WUfces wUl tend
le.a M \ \ ..... M t. .... .. r1
\IN'. .. .. HI .. his Sletsoft, Vntvrraitv Hatters
Ears: 5: H. oulds
PSI pair .......... 4S4 t: n'I0..n.t Wl. into the Warrlct 25 NAIA Touinimrnt 4 r pt
.1 KOAfcX UlLMOtBNw : ::::::::::: : Ift 'ii1.M Ixvk.u-H N.f eMM..
ArtaPlsnarlar ......... 21 IITII..i ; .v: Knmh-r, UlcerF.M.nlann in StatMborn. 1.1.. ItT t ,, f I
Ne NporU 1:41.: .. CLASIIOCnminioUM .T Pl.udrnmtr/. o'clock tomorrow night on an i4 i4 (
I It a flre.' >-M. wall r M.141ch.U )
optimistic note after his hoop
W. Corr.irle
,4 IIuIIN ..? t -\. ... 1nr1.iL 5454t chew finished their resins with
INLr5d a5pii) __._ .
rr"I Hi.' 1r/aylwt ..--.._ '1 rwKodbsK.. Miss 3. I..,. t 111 mark.
: ** The Hats second seeded In
1ior. 4 ,
: .
Giant ClubI eI.1 ;51 : l'st N. X.....-.. Osrkril"aft <
Joined the
INlaid xardw.s :;:: e444 tourney, will tackle the
'' 01 MINI HOURS. Jacks nvUl
might eU ..U st my tight prediction en the Ltaton-Ciay : ft".:= ::; If (rrem *.._ Mint) In the t'nlvenlry Dolphin t br +
.rim A II...... til (t RlHtvMriw K. MHr. opening eonteit TIll ,
''bou'" timed up right at the. atart andII.1r I<.Oft'"' hat. to .... A as..s w.--' t.i4. '. ruak.A: m trrhwi. locals topped JU. 6. 15. Jier to
worry bout net having enough, apac* at tile and of tin column. n"j' I.J7 It RrMbur.K. ehnMeT
JAOK a Ill 0. Rrn;;tI m;..M tnnkm*.*. open the season but then
By picklBf CUy lo fall In the third round I certainly was nay 4'ikln1 ID'....... e. I:44 M. ('11..1'. Jea.5 trapped a M.77 decision la Jack

Off bit bat ODe thing about It1 was anything but alone. Urn MWIi t M.riarat'e M.rrl.1liuoe 41 M IfHM 41 L..RIcb.M.oa.V-4I, rsosineham, 15baraA, f. U. sonville. I I
? .
I II* s poll tl lliiM Stain sad leril|,, i,srttwrtrt! /Nerad.* eBS.::wKiT' :i?* 15.1514.I.'.. -5iraatbrou M Ptmmw-E.: Lrna.S, In the second game tomorrow
Wills Larw-L l"iAui.nmlr 4 night at I o'clock it will be top. l
prior It the fight( S lortl of SI wire eakad'M/lr, viswt. J....... Mnlnra' _.....14 I. !:*> K llriv..o. FeoteO.Uirun.n. seeded Georgia. Southern tangling .

N. Iets.IhMi.5S' picked tht.e. out\ ad by I KO. Thrti JlOObS. ah..t M.IM. .... || ISDtaAftY i:u -. r WiiMk riku".M. o. !-_ with the Georgia Inter.

I "guanoes" .....* Couiui t* win sad ate tvt* went u SOCIAL u..drkiiiM- collegitt Conference champion.On .
, .;IS >l H.rt1I".J. Oir4" r.lLFlnlcy
far .. t* aims" him. oy a 10 In rt. lOtk round, na. w. L. "III...... W,...... Tuesday night at I o'clock

tt: :::: ::::::i r:4 If... the two victor tram the op**
of the outcome of the tight U still doesn't am ....... ;
Regardlesa \\ Aut ......... M II Ing night clash. Th* winner here
u bad a prediction as the final went In the bout. tfla.v .".1..Mm.n ..4 47 4A
I k . rlwoett/ __. 4.. 4.54 lay>( SignsKANSAS will ear a berth In the National
r..loI Laws '.rvien...
U vt"
11is.w, R..m ...._. _.... It 14 M II Tournament In Kansas '
Creese At Second Dreary Rails A TV... MH Nli CITY urn AS City later this JnOIl''". I' scr FOR BENEFIT -- Jack Bailey h i shown with one of hit horce, Hono<

501Mm. p.eouctlw., L. Chailey Flnley says, It's Urn to In FINn CUJI In I Dares who set a track mark of 1:::591\ for the mil it Vernon) Down. N. Y. lit (04.. ,

T'be University of Florida Cmtori will pn toots 1X4 baseball I'tatr. .............._..14. M "play ball." spit fit a shuffle the ton, prepared for the special races slate; todiy and next Sunday at the Spring Garden ','
lesson tsturday In Lakeland against Florida 6outhra with a Pl .. III And Indeed It was.hUe! MsKannas starting lineup which has resulted .
Pm4nrll I.n Te, ,l .j"i.; 111 : i from school dropouts andinjuries flinch north of DeLexm Sprincs. Eight, rscrs'sre slated' brctnning at 2 o'clock! spea ,

doubleheader I Tool.| Rooma 1 ,I ir;] to Dry Athletics were Wilkes said cored bv the DfLeon Springs Volunteer Tire Department Bailev, who owns s home
rtrlr.| -. : ...:::.:. i| I I training In FlorIda yesterday"tie
opening sprint
Ccach Dave Fuller hat a veteran pitching staff and la low AAA -------------------5- lie hove a fine ball club and In DeLvnn Spring, la raring rt ;htly at the new track at Pompano Beach and rttet
I Friday Flnley picked up a
U search of more hitting power to provide the all-around balance Tool Roams 5',..._. J 7|( tl 14 red In a hotel t room hero are going to Stateiboro' to win I as the top percentage driver there H. has 42 hones" both at Pompano and :Spring
.. pen
wkleh will b* needed 10I.* Bouthcaitarn Continence race this the tourney H added 'W*
I Garden. (Sun News Photo by ( mtlt.)
OOOS >N SNOStl and signed an escape'proof _____ __
IIUOn.r' can do It without do bt,
L, a
tl' ThniKImn ... S (tour year leu on Municipal
Graduation addled the Oatori la moat respect other than ', ri.wiHmMh .. ...-- 0t:! If"N4y Stadium. I Tom Harvard, a guard from Softball
: Wtd>worth. 0.. Is slated tt be 1-Koufnx Gets 840,000 RaiseLOS Meeting ,
r' the hurling corps. Cm are first baseman Bob Coleman and EdIraddy REHA .-=::::.-:: U 4 The flick ef his pen ClI'the hack In uniform for the
all-SEC second baseman Carol Lanoux all-America third .,._.._ M M 28 pee document ended his two tourney .
cue. Ton H* has been sidelined tor She Slated For Gii>tt
baseman Tom Moor and outfielders Al Lopes and Bernie H... Cull:r: ciiiK: -:::::.-= 44 t: month Impasse with the ,clty past two weeks with an ankle I AN'GILES14, Iito' It was pot, lItfui" pre el tkoteam's .
C"\\...i..... 5i 0514 /
tins, \ over terms of a.. .... And it lulled Sandy Kmifax was among departure that pitching '
Injury received in the first Stet ,
AD gals !s' tf
i Fuller having switched outfielder Earl Montgomery to third SPLIT NAPPY L..fIlUW.. 1. brought him pear In his halt! ", Tamps batt I'. That Hats' I the Lo* Angela Dodgers. cm- star KflUfa: ml General Manlr elder that art retereited years U age slaying or. .

bas la order to replace Moor, all three outfield positions are Town Cf-iinirr ...._. i 47 IS with the American League.which .. won this one, 93 (1. harking nit the club's private" z:. J, tBuzilar' Bavail aortbaU this season art
'" .. twice blocked his attempts
.n..v'.hlll' ;.4 H Senior Vernon plan' today for Florida and the
Waters of Jacksnnltlle
DOW open er were last week. Ilhe..I" "WIIIKml ...._. 11 141Mt.n4 cam to terms. Best urged to attend t ipedal meetIn -
transfer the Athleticssod guesses
r'tci. .......... 45 05 to his been doing a topflight start of spring training this afternoon.
"W might b* a shad weaker, deteoalveljr, at some po.tttow Voiuala Lean .... ........ H 711 then threatened to expel ]tab> at ChI guard pnat win that Koutax signed Inn |This ts
Suburbia I4w. opening gathering
I ," saya Fuller. "However, this should I b* a strongerhittingclub. Pas Ie If him from baseball The Han' wet impressive In bring, and senior Hobby rsrhal something between" $70000 and scheduled for 3 clack at the

." TUISOAY corpse their final ef Ala, have J7SOOO.
\.. Florida Inlervollegt. Enterrrl LJttl League field la back of
R rh.w._ .41 05' ale Condrrnr fi In which both been working hard at their That put KouJax. the National
| ay
Fuller win likely epee wit* veterans Dave Porter behind the IVU Ln4 Radutars....- ..:::: II 41nkront : :i.q.d; .::::::::::::::: /I 4 NLola they ripped Tamp, 117... Rill forward!' p-' Sophomor Jim League's moot t Valuable pia -., the Last National Guard DeUnd: Armery hosted d

plate. Randy Morcroft at shortstop, Montgomery at third and Pup, R..l fun l K>1&'I4 Home... .14.Ii 41 4714aillv ::::::::;::::::: 4:: ::1' Hester, the floe Junior toward- Yaeger of Terra Haute Ind., fiat and Cy: Young Pitching Award Wtmen's year Softball Taursamaat a I

. jim Elliott In toe outfield. "!Nlfhllnnl.' 11.. .Hrtuty... INoi. 4n 41 It 14nutili t:1 /.....=.:::::::::: 5414 U $4j 1114. renter from Edgewater. broke also seen heavy duty at guard winner, about on a par with\ and It proved extremely\ popular. .

Other positions are up for grabs, but claims have ben staked J(. .",: .. _.... 1114 |?Uj "iTAit the( Stetson school' scoring record and performed welL pitcher holt Dry dal. who aim It la hoped DaUad may'
P.wd.r rut ..:....., $4 || LAYS 11111W. In the Hats went1
with 41 The aired earlier In
by Tom Shannon at first bsa*. Ronnie Crease at second baa and 1.L5bUt fame point A flit ago the wash forsomething plea a tam la the teuraey Shut
LADIES TiN UN Kah ....... 14 old mark ol 49 was set by Gen down to defeat In JIlt( National bfttrtthan' 170,000. ,
Jim Duncan Bill la the outfield.
: and Blomgren XlU ...... if leer.only
TNLsod Nna' al. L. PlrmouOi; ;.... ...... H )1 lH Wells against PlkesvUla\ In itt?. NAIA Tournament it the hands The Koufav: aire m'lIt 'I.n| .

OHIO 'It farmer Delano1 High Schl star that"' was Mlun.f KnlB'-..rtn---- riltiwi :: 51 it"lnrtol. A H "R.ij': .......... tl<4 i1tautkl4 14 SK.I (If Pan American of Texas the shortstop Maurr\ Wills and*utflrlHer Dodgers sot glade eoatrsct. -
...._... Kula Tv H4 I
the Kit bvrlsr whets tilt fulldegt wee the Stats Ins A .. Pima Paa.r. ......_....45 II 41 44 M. l.l ....... I I* Bill (lark junior from I* club that' won the tilt. _rrank Howard *a the .

I (h..mploeship cell)"le .f yrs lick. Riili did\ same" W r'rt.rlh......I..-P.0v.I.",,'lv4.. Stlnn._ .47 41 4t 44

l greet pitching ir tat aII... md urn to with, same" .se.rNI... l.. Purallur ?... S1e.4" *
.01. p..tiir n.n| ... H 14
timity' kl"II.r Hi m.> f ronrr.t. ..... SI 44
Oil Plunbini: .-...... lit* 1114Lilly
Last news with the Otters h. pitched In On. game and slant( CHEVELLE by CHEVROLET-a great highway performer1TLRi

wes that. He also collected only one bit all season but U was so W.

timely that It gava the Qatar a victory over rurman. fonrtrufMon' ...... 4| 1/ ,
I.... a H.n.rtl ..... II >:II
Art ..._..
PlMUrlnc' M II
r "Our eutiiald might, be platoened. with righthandkltters .............. M 4t ;
Ilk Duncaa. Browale Johiuoa sad AUeo, TVsmmtU, maklat up Smith. ,.I.0i l .4' ............. U 41 H .
eD' combination and Icn-haadert Jim &,.1tII,)' Xlutit sad rn:11:1. .-i
aaether ruller, -Y .: "' ..... ._... U' .. ..trTcr M IwI .C
lamgraa says
t T..m h.. 5 ...'. 44
4-KP D.v.I.Mre :=:: M ::
Trainman currently. In spring football practice: wot Join 114,1,? Motnr. 51 I5Auny
Co/.truellni; ::
fuller's club II l|
Young pitcher who have also Impressed as hitters and might w* L

set a chine to play more eftn to take advantage of their bats Jllth;.n..tamh.r.. '-::: :44: a4:: p r

are eophoromea Don Pendley of It. Ptrbsurg and Adrian VAl v.I. Moniimtntrmntl II n + \
'Innirtnr ...... klT 44
tabala of Jacksonville.: fl Lee Dtlry ....... I"SHinrs M1"em
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Florida, 30-1 last sesaoo, opens Its born* schedule at I p ft\, rdrd4s H...... 0. ..... .t 51
Cabl...... Inc. ......... It 11
I'm. agsliut rlorlda Southern a week from Wednesday. U -

Oator hive II scheduled ,am... '' ma SKIHTSw
w, L.
T i N*. 1 T
K., I T: ::::... II ! $a. -..... .. It itLllh
South Squad Selected p Apnllinr, .:.:..: M It I
H 1 R "..011._ ...... 11 14C1aru
: Mu" 4'a ..... 10 u
Tie ioutn squad for the annual North-Nruth AU-etar bigbschool -- aks, ,
announced yesterdsy by Carey PIN "tlll
football game was W. 1.MLr4 .
McDonald. executive secretary of the. Florida Athlrtles Coaches tu.Ae. .. 410
Wtli.r rml> __ It
Association. ".va.. !(..",. ...._ 4iti.nnn t..
WIIIHnii\ r.I..1 15
The kith sdil clank h. Shif..lit' fr A.ies11 ttflarUa 11.rsrta Colnm.l n' .. ..4tOmm It

Plsld It wBI k* pneit1 Hiat ."......a ty the .ittr4 ....01.! 14 II Melube 44 Ooer S daw y spent Crepe

Nrth-S*.tk prep koikstkoll ....... Beth on elder.. 'II..r. MAJOR MIN'S. W. L, .

Schl Activities Auoctati. wJ a , .
slip at l th* FUrldi Hlgk : -
or.* ... : _.?.. 11 ,'{4
U bead football coach teethe ir4nr Hrr4' ....... If tl
Holland Aplln of Tampa Robinson r C TWMW .,.. .... SI IDSLANO t
assisted by Jim McDo' *U of Vrt leach and Staad.N C.evire 54 11
Bouta this year, t.i
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Bill Oawktaa of Miami Norland. '.
Tb squad lor tile booth k a* follows: IUD
W. t.. N .
ENDS Jim Cot, .Miami Columbus: Ed Boyl. Tampa HIM r m.r.n Pr4 ... II 14 + i Jf y d

Chamberlain; Joe Mirto North Miami; Xd Virgin Ft Lauder t1: r."M- : :&.... >1 44

dale* Stranahaa; Pun. .!,>.. ri.m1.uwr ....... 41 IT -1 InWills.

Halllna Art C Pint T.t rnHMtxr 41 II
TACUJCa Mike DonjJw. BC Petersburg t Dixie :
leeks 51,1! .. .t. _.. 41Oreenktii at
Lloyd.\ Coral Oabtoa: Vie Vane Bill Olade; Dom OlordaM, Prill ...._ 11 55 .
.n..nod rrwn4wnnrnerv.a, :
MUM Archbishop Curie} Hardwood Kerth Miami.OOARD8 PAIN. PASHIONtlimHn rr' IfkILtllAkn1 i'
\ Marty Bray, Tampa KoblnMn; Bob Hiple. FtMerc W. L.

McCarty.:' :Dick Johiuo. Arcadia; Paul Italra, Okeecho- LS4. Parl.x,114' Ito

bee; .Klcbard .McCtrl. lllaovl Jackson: ,,=:_' :::::--== :154 74tyM4 r. ::

.CENTtR*.' Tie ...4fr. North Miami; Mickey :tHxaoura, =:. MNN.e.1. ..,.-....-.;: 5044 J 01; !+ r ..,.

Bt Petersburg :Dixie Bollins; James WHlliam Miami Palmetto. P41e Diu _._ -

QOAXTEXBACXa Randy Bmita. Tampa Robinson; Chip TI4-t.M.".

BehartsweroX: Veto ASCII ,Bob :Downs, Winter Bares; Bareld Tw ..n __ :. h

hae.cll.Pakoke T.. Pat. 5114 404
| Tu 11NIN.?:::::::.-.:.44 41 -

BACKS Fred Brandt, Tamp Xrtinsoe; Mia Blatt. Key Torn l..e'. _.___ 5344 W14. -

Vast; Don WanWek, Miami Norlaad Henry ITsl: Miami Boota 1"IT"jji"TI"w. tWilthetq.rdert ,. -

i wit; Richard: Trapp. Bradentea Maaat*; BasaH OlIw Ver n", 1:"""' ,, _u__ .,. d L. -

,i Beach; John Cauaey. Bell.OlaAs.It .. ;:.-=. red == :: :: M

'; ..._. Ro44a0..07104 5144'sat C.ourtl/te Ckvele IH"'ueegwdiaUee. IYtpmA
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WIt sine ......"4 hot week diet hlr* ttcsHla Otik i-T- r ::1
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Jerry Ml *f ra. DeUat I.H<.|S M km wltxttt'lor .}.. '..r4. rum-nt IS*M M 41 Chevelle balanced performance is best!
M A K AII hrs. .._? II1ciSp'r M
the Ntrtb ...
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1.f Mock... ** I l.M"i__.. H" ei4j -a .. for Oieteltt. aDd call it perform' BaAketball Lo".I. H .t l
Roundup MM*. ease .*.. -r- 14 S4'Mr tr}{fir sudden. .Ja.a-Clttftle.1GeII aped You can rt peTfonrutnrt apltntytUndsrtl Cb.t.ll4j kti Fen ch4Ht Powtrfli4*(

a la expected that ant "..11'. eahuna win b* aJmtad t* a IUCw* HMftiHt 14 14 Nc1TAwre *4 120-hp Sit or 195-11, VI 4p4i4l ruaul or Vip4)t4 msnoiltrsnnnluton.

o4up M tile last eteaiBg 'hiND ....... MIKO aM are Cdfirrottt's .new wrpriwP for gUrten-and optional! tt txtrt coat .

Just about every ajutttat sod lie k.. Mated ta tile Weal w. l. thtrt'l a IlS-hp 8li. a EO-hp VS nq114 kMwiM/ it would .tribth. rlfhtnott .'

Tataata area cam II wftt semi sort of a rert'brakis s.rformaae "- o..lrhrnM "..\6 .I.." .WW his tit A ntw 227-cu 'ln. VS! But ChtreHt't with A .M .f different ppi, wt)
RPNNMr1 l' ChmtJt 11 meetela< ..lH three Mriot.Kiunring .
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column win tie designed to give credit to these ..._= .. LI how Hit the etuttm
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( Announce For State County Offices

! f ,
i" I < L.' ,;
t' school funds In short term investments

I ; 'iff. Begins Tuesday, over the last eight hit II KIANB (TUMOOA) SON linn $ 1, W4City
years He said the establishment I II I I
of a central purchasing system
and use of competitive biddingIn

i all major purchases Including .
Scheduled lunchroom supplier, had elleit! f

Qualifying ed further economies HallChatter y ,kill ,t:
Smiley pledged that he would

I continue to "exercise every effort .
to continue the operation of
I the school system on a sound
{ I businesslike basis while workIng j = 5
For toward a constantly ImprovIng i
I County Hopefuls sou educational program to meet ,
the needs of our children. ,

A Plerson resident Smile-
lives with his wife Lucille and By BERNARD BISHOP
By HELEN COBLE flees for which candidates will The candidate must live In his their two children In the northwestern 1M New Staff Writer
Bun >ews Staff Writer start'' qualifying this Tuesday: district but he run countywlde community He hasserved AIn

The;, first bell rings at noon tax assessor tax collector, sheriff School board candidates must on the board ol the Pier. .. ."
of the circuit court quality from the District\ 2 4
Tuesday for political hopefuls toj clerk or son Methodist Church which
t actually put down the cash to county ,Judge, supervisor of registration residence area but they also run they attend.He .
crimes committed In DeLand, according to
school superintendent county wide. 1MI. 450 were
qualify for office. Is native of Florida and
deadline for qualifying |s three county commissioners: two There are other special: offices police records. These crime ringed from manslaughter to
The earned his BS in business
I JEANNE M. degree
March 17 The Democraticand school board members. Juvenile open on the east aide of the drunken driving
I Republican primaries are in judge, small claims court Judge county but only electors In their administration at the Universityof Of these crimea 2VO were committed by white offenders, while .
His Included
j May where opposing candidates and county surveyor.In districts can vote for them. SetBy Tampa. graduate study RepublicanTo 1M were committed by negroes.
for the party's nomination submit addition peace justice and : The candidates will be lining work at the University of Types and numbers of crimes were: manslaughter, 1; robbery
themselves to the voters constables will run In their designated up for the big races, but unless Colorado and at Stetson University 4, aggravated assault 4; burgUrly 15; larceny-then( *
registered under the party label. district Three Weat Volusla every eligible citizen is registered Official Of where he earned his master Bid For eept auto), (2, auto theft (; other assaults 22; .
Authority to vote 4 the of arts degree with a majorIn I embezzlement and ,
In these races where Democrats Hospital post by April forgery or countrfciting ;
have no Republican opposition also art open this year. Candidates deadline and vote fan the primaries School BoardSchool educational supervision and State OfficeJohn fraud 1; carrying concealed weapons 13;
the primary nomination is may live anywhere within the nominees will not be administration.He liquor law violations, 6, drunkenness, 128; r,<
tantamount to election. Where their districts the representative choice of the I I. a pint president of the disorderly conduct, 8i; vagrancy, II; drunken
Republicans qualify, the issueIs COMMISSION: POSTS people to carry their banners Board Chairman Jeanne Plernon Lions dub, and past F. Jacobs, Republican, driving, 62; and other crimes, M. '
not decided until the general County Commission post for Into the November general election. M. Coddard, 49, Daytona Beach, commander of Port 972B Veterans today announced that he will Police made no arrests for murder, ripe,
e lecdon I. Nnvembrr Districts 1. 3, and 5 are open I' will seek election for her third of Foreign Wars. He ls a seek election to the State Legislature prostitution or commercial vice, sex offenses
wv'Ml.8i.QUALIFYAll'candidatei .q r. term as achool board member member of the American Legion Group 1, the post being offenses against family and children or violations }

for county offices from District 4In DrLand Chambcr'of Commerce, vacated by Fred Karl. I of gambling or narcotics, laws.
whether Republican or DeLand Man her announcement she the Northwest Chamber of Comi Jacobs, a Daytona Beach real The records show that the greatest number
Democratic must qualify with states: "I will continue all ef rnrrce and other civic organizations estate salesman was defeated In of crimes were committed by persons over

Jess Mathas, clerk' of the circuit fort to provide quality education 1962 for his bid for the State 25 years of age. Of the crimes 71 were committed -
court. Candidates must have Enters Race for every boy and girl In this He currently Is state president Senate.A by persons 60 years old or older, 13 were BBBOF!
with -at least the system and to encourage! the ft the Florida Association of
I bank named I strong advocate of the two- committed by persons between 45 and 49years
amount of the' qualifying lee on i citizens of this county to take School Superintendent and is a party system Jacobs contends old: and 4< were committed by persons between 40 and
advantage of all the educational MSt President of District 7 of .
deposit and a campaign treasurer For JP PostIrving that the Republicans wW give 44 years of age. : '
selected in order to quality. offerings the Florida Education Associa the people in the county a choiceof Among teenagers, more crimes were committed by host
The tee is five per cent of the She served as a school trustee tins He IK also a member of the candidates "based on valid In the It. 20 and 31-year ate group. Only. seven crimes Involving
annual salary of the office L. Brantley, 52, De-) before being elected to the board. Volusla County Education Association issues" Juveniles were recorded by police last year.
sought. Where there Is no salary I Land, today announced he will She Is a graduate of Duke University the National Education He pledged that he would work Of significance was the absence of ass offenses and narcotic
paid there la no fee. The officeof oppose Horace Heley for the and did gradual workat Association the Adult Education for the growth and developmentof viall tIOM.
county surveyor and the West Democratic nomination for the the University of Maryland.She Association and other professional all VoluMa County. Men committed four times as many crimes as vomen Crimes

Volusla Hospital Authority com office of Peace Justice of the land has North taught school In Mary. organizations. FUTURE!: LOOK of the greatest number committed by women were larceny and
mission posts are the nonpaying 4th District. ,Carolina and in Volusla "An unprecenented future drunkenness. Greatest number of crimes committed by men were
posts which will be on the ballot In tils announcement Brantley, County larceny, drunkenness,
rwalts us if East and West Volufila disorderly conduct and drunken driving '
Among the honors she has
in West Volusla, received .
for Voter
a native Floridian, said he has ] will cooperate work and
are the Daytona BeachGood
ARTY LINES 27 in the automotive J I
In Florida all voters registered years experience Government Award in 195S, h h build together for the greatest sources of this experience "to
business, as well a* benefit of all the people.\ This seek fair Local Artists
as Democrat can vote In the I the Scholarship Foundation apportionment as the .
training In business procedureand county has an enormous potential. Constitution of Florida
Democratic primary only. Those Award ta 1564; and a life memo and the
commercial law. berahlpvln the Florida. Congress We have vast regions to be state and federal courts so In.
'I t/ vote registered only In as the Republican Republican can primary. A DeLand resident. to; "14 of PTA last year.ntEviots developed and every natural advantage I tend." Join FestivalFive

They! cannot cross party years, ,. Brantley pledges that 1 ACTIVITY for tourist, Industrial The former pastor of the First
I win operate the Peace Justice Her previous activities include and agricultural expansion."I Baptist Church Daytona Beach
lines In the
primaries.In L.L.. BBANTUEY: .
the general election In office on a businesslike basis, .being a past president of the Or : believe that the seat being said, "As the campaign progresses DeLand artists will participate
November electors can vote anyWay rendering ,Justice tempered with and 32nd degree Mason and Shri- tona and Rlvervlew! school PTA; vacated by Fred Karl should I will deal forthrightly Ii\ Winter Park Fifth
I+ mercy fairness to all and special I chairman ot the Red Cross blood continue to be presented by an with local Issues which are controversial Annual Sidewalk Art Festival to

they those please.Only who seek county favor to none. er.He I I. married and .)ha* two bank for five year; a memberof Individual dedicated to a 'continuing such as the relocation be held March a T and 8. They ,
'I. or special 'elected posts1 In the VIEWS GIVEN children. He resides with his the Urban Renewal Council program of the best educa of the county seat. are Arnold Hicki, Rout 3; Fred
county qualify with the c:1frk.o& "'1 believe this office I II not wife atliM N. Garfield Ave. and study group; president 'of the don for our children and one ofdeepest "From the beginning I was opposed .Mesiwtmrth Stetson University -
the circuit court. Those who run made' great by that number ot 'I is a member of the Spring Gar woman'. Auxiliary to the Medical I concern for the teachersof and still am to the effortsto ; Eugene- Bunker also of Stetson .
warrant Issued but by the number : relocate the seat of ; Kathleen Rind 433 E. Rich
for national.or slate otilcstquaU' den Church o| Christ. Society, and a charter member Volusla County county
'j ty with the secretary -ot slat, ot cases settled fairly. I will of the Continuing Council on EDICATIO: !* TOLD government. I'm glad when I decided Ave., and VivUn Chipln and
,be a tun time peace Justice' hedscI'1de' : ploathon ,, Jacoba received his 'public to get' Into, politics, here Frances. .ChapitbrW2 N. Hayden
.Tkew ace tIle counttyyWlde e : \''" 'awih' ",\* KOrtYoi* Knott'er'U.Ited ..'''\\fl. She ia currently"S member of school education I In Valuula that 1 didn't,40 withdrawmy Ave. v 'art,: re
.- Braiulev\ Is a' rnember.of; the prose IM,cn.ll.n.l the United Fund Board senses t County and attended both the name from a relocation pe They will ,Join over MM other
ItEMEMBERDON "VaHisi\ it County, DemocraticCniK t The Manhattan skyline date pre the advisory committee of the University of Florida and FlorIda tition. Neither is my wife's name artists from 52 cities In Florida
DeLand Chamber .fdmmere back !to mi when Adrian Block ,YWCA is vice-chairman. the State University, H* holds a on a petition. aa wen as several states sod
1 YAS IT BESJT' *,. West Volusla 3 Sports built the, first houses, on the scholarship foundation and on musters decree In Education.He HAl the effort for relocation Canada Schnrt thfldren's exhibits
CKXXN1.... DM I Tar LMUr .ma"',, Club, life member of lower part,of the island, accord- the mental healtbi advisory Is a member of the VoluIs progressed, deception and fraud win Include the work of ever
> Florida Tackle and Gun Cub lag to the World Almalllc.ZALE'S board. F .Flakier Retarded Children's became more manifest 12,000 students Painting sculpture
I She U married td Dr. David Association, the Volusla County "The whole thing drips with graphics, photography and
W. Goddard and they,have three Mental Health Association. Jaycees fraud and the fact ,that it has crafts win be judged for over
I children She I Ja a member of the tt Lamba Chi Alpha Fra er- cost, the taxpayers more than $3500 In cash prizes The top

First Presbyterian Church. Daytona nlty, Masonic Order, Daytona $100000 to discover the .fraud '."Irklln patntinr. oil; "natntln.
Beach. The family resides Beach Board of Realtors, De- ought to nauseate the right thinking any medium, and sculpture will

at 827 N, Peninsula Drive. fond Civic Rnundtabl and. the people. be displayed at the New YorkWorld's
3 Nichols acid that he will al Fair
JOSEPH A. SCARLETT Presbyterian Church.
: I He announced that Mel Ott, out on the controversial Sunday afternoon's Festivalwill
subjects such as urban renewal,
; noLanrt. will be his' eamnalpn feature a munlcat and *".
a v
State Counsel
rY annexation and the attacks on
>hgeK treasurer and the Florida Bankat matte program In the Park i
wasuaywSgp DeLand de. homestead exemption. bringing tneether all< the rti. '
', his West Volusla
DOESN'T I Post SoughtBy pository. ROAD COMPLETION The Ballet Royal of Winter Park
s,. T He pledged as a legislator to will perform followed ,... a *"1-
"take such steps as are necessary
cert by the Central Florida Ownmunity -
Scarlett to to it that the (over.
r I Orchestra Ji nfl mi Productions
nor and the state road department of the Winter Park

place top priority on the Repertory Theatre will product)
COMPROMISE Joseph A. Scarlett. 34, native of Inter.
immediate completion
a scene from "Royal Queers
DeLandlte, has announced his state Highway H. I
I candidacy for State Attorney ot 'Mn6 He added that although there night on a visit to the Afrn;

the Seventh Judicial Circuit. He : la a need for Increased revenue territories .of Angola. and Mo-
will Incumbent Daa War.ten .
oppose I for governmental operations In zambique.
WHEN '. for the Democratic nomi
the state, he will "oppose Increasing
nation.In present taxes In the'- .u..u.e.n.r..e.J

hit announcement Scarlett hope that we win find new tax- ; EVERY 2nd GALLON : ".
stated: exempt sources of revenue I and
t "The office ef Stale Attorney and
tI-1 not homesteads groceries
BUYING affect the! safety and property drugs"

of all of the cilium of the Seventh Nichols named his wife Bertie, FREE :
Judicial CIrcuit. To safeguard as his campaign treasurer and .
the public Interest the designated the Commercial Bankat
State Attorney must be a capable Daytona Beach as his Campaign Of Extra
DIAMONDS JOHN H. SMILEY trial lawyer must possess sound depository eoltl

knowledge of the law, exercise

Smiley Seeks good Judgment, and be above To Visit Africa ;Pattison's Paint Store :
reproach in honesty and Integri
And Don'tExpect ty. My experience la the law, LISBON CUPI>-Mm. George : III ...taI .......... :
They I New Term In and the conduct of my life demonstrates W, Anderson U. S. ambassador I ?bees 934.l9 e
that X possess these to Portugal left here Friday 'eee..eeee..e.s.e. '
School PostJohn I qualities.: The vote and supportof .
I the people\ of the Seventh Judicial

-- You To! Circuit (Volusla Flagler, Man
A. Smiley, 51. Volusla St. John and Putnam remittent

; County Superintendent ol for this most Important and vital Sets Bid For
Schools has announced he will office I* earnestly solicited will
INk his third term la office. b! deeply appreciated and hum
John May, principal of Main. bly received" Florida Post I I Ii
When yon buy a late diamond. ;you don't have ta land Junior High School Day.t COfNTY SCHOOLS 1
compromise You get fine quality In your diamond o a t Beach" previously an. Scarlett was educated II I Volu
end award winning design In your rilll"WIII. Ycj ounced that he will challenge sla County school and was Lee Nichols. 54. th 1 t e a a
announced that he
j I have the issurtnca that your diamond It ono of the Smiley for the Democratic nom graduated from the Pttt.rieM Beach today
will seek the Democratic aornl-
most beautiful In the world btciust: It was Chosen ination. High School In pntsfteM.\ N. H. aarion for state representative

according to Zila'i high standard of ticillsnc. All Smiley served! as member and A rraduate of the Stetson University GrouP L The post being vacated
this.,.yet priced at tremendous livings ta you. chalrmaa ot the Board .t Pub College iOf Law, he engaitd Karl.

Come to ZIIt'I.., buy I flee diamond..", ind pay lic Instruction from 1m to In rrn 'risl law prortleeef Nichols has served u pastor
lest. Its tt In ow monty back guarantor: If within 1X4. From 1941, to 1M7, he law la DeLand from J9M! to of three Baptist Churches during

I C. 60 **yi you And tit! same quality diamond it I I towf served as district sad county 10. He became a research assistant his 30 years of active mlalatetial 4 1

price loywhart,. return you purchase to>> Zali's 'for school In hi trustee.* to the Ute Justice Glen work. A native of Arkansas, be TIME Is An
announcement Smiley Terrell of the Florid Supreme '
fuG rtfund. report that he served twe sessions I
cited many Imrrovemetts that Court Sept 1. 100 and worked In ia the Arkansas Slate lag.Water *
have beea effected ta the school this cunadty until Jaa. 1 13 4 ImportantIngredient
' ... .. ..... .. and also was actively
I' I 1& II. w 1M gbS+y .. sin h system during kit '
...... ,a 1M' 810 superintendeocy. when he was aJlllllllhod'dep1tJ ",,1I'fCIa\ \ business. enterpriae Too.
M Thee Include the introduction I enmrttafciner f>.r the Florida Indwrrial *. ,
h.M 4hAa Mash 6114
j .: flWll50 \ of kindergarten program ta Commission\ "My record ta the Arkusaa

I, ? ........,...............wi wtaeefl 1)60, stahttshmr of the Junto I He iwelgnH this art .rattve Legislature\ ta public tad I am Is ttatsMasalaj. a inierittf -
!' college program la IKS. ertatimi -: yeeterday to re-enter private pryud of tt Wbet I left Arkansas
ksw It
......, V sue b
M "
S i.-J IhapdmM "'" at aa enrichment
idiom center practice ia 1M1 to come ta DaytoMBench.
Is arhts
gifted children and the etnanded .' He and his wife Mar have 1'was serving from myroagreasional srsyart4 fntUttrttal II

....................... facilities and oonprrunltle In three dauthters who are enroiM district at a member FtanatKBti M Ire, it Ie I
enrvptkMat caiM edurarina.II pepend Ow art Belt* .lee tttlr acr -
I hi Defend artmil f the Stale Welfare Board
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11 bra placed oa reartlng and Vafela County lye" Bretlwriwvenwnt. oj la* executive fanuiuttre at
k reading Improvement and Improved wn f'tIotarn of the the largMl hospital .In the ......
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JS WE : IR 15 .rime* and tonics lantuajps.Referrtnt tee of rmnmerr and a memberl Is tile State elArtaatas. Druf CenterZ
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In Ga.rden.Club Tour

While azalea blossoms blaze across the landscape L.BAW HOME
and flocks] of perennials and annuals are pushing *
The Willis B. LaBaw home 909 W. Voorhis
through the earth under a canopy of dogwoodsand ,
redbuds, four of DeLand's showplace homes Ave., featured the "Contemporary Manner" form.
and garden were open to the public yesterday.. A ing a setting for a background of gracious living.
tour of distinctive homes and grounds was held .; In the "French Provincial Manner" the home
as part of the "Suddenly It's Spring!" flower] how I of Drt and Mrs. Robert A. Hiatt, 811 Oak Tree Terrace iar.a
sponsored by the Garden Club of DeLand. was transformed into( a setting of "Sunrise I II
Serenade _
The cars.Ieft the Hotel Putnam at 1 p.m and .
the tour continued until S p.m. Committee heads Modern arrangements were featured in the _
were Mrs. Rhodes Spell and Mrs. Richard Bennett ultramodern home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bradley, yy
as tour co-chairmen; Mr. A. R. Mullins, consultant; 601 N. Tuxedo Ave. The large contemporary modern .
Mrs. Don Bradshaw, secretary; Mrs. Fred Mancinikand home with furnishings of classic decor was the +
Dr. P. H. Tracy, program editors. setting for the modern woman. yr


The lounge at the Florida Power Serving on special committees were Mrs. I
Corp. was Charles Peck, awards; Mrs. Lee Maxwell classifications '.
turned into '
a garden setting of rare plants and
; Elbert Coe, dismantling Mrs. Sam
; Rodes
flowers entered in the horticultural division of the
show. and Mrs. Nelson Gilreath, co-chairmen of entries;
Mrs. E. B. Holden, finance; Mrs Mack Hutchisonand
Winning arrangements were: Trl-color award Mrs. John Barthel, co-chairmen in charge of ,. '
went to Mrs. Morton McDonald for her arrange horticylture; Mrs. T. H. Scovell, and Mrs. E. C.
i' ment on the coffee table in the LaBaw Home. Mrs. Furlong, co-chairmen In charge of hospitality; Mrs. MRS. MAC: HUTCHISON WITH HORTICULTURE AWARD OF MERIT WINNER (
'Y Fred Messersmith and Mrs. Roy DeShaw made the V. W. Gould, information; Mrs. A C. Frank, invitation ... grown by M no ROT Taylor
arrangement in the Bradley home receiving the class; Mrs G. B. Ellis, Judges; Mrs. J. L. Boyles,
Award of Distinction. Other blue ribbon winners :Mrs. Robert Strawn, Judge t food service; Mrs. Fred
'were Mrs. J. C. Bradley; Mrs. Bruce Clary; Mrs. Stafford, publicity; Mrs. C. L. Early, photography;
Robert Hankal, Mrs. Raymond Hussey Mrs. Fred Mrs Carl Wright, posters; Mrs. Jack Mabry, posters .
Stafford, and Mrs. W H. Wimer. In the horticulture and place cards; Mrs. Deforest Bickelhaupt, schedules -!
division an Elkhorn fern, owned by Mrs. Roy Tay- and Mrs. Campbell Richardson, scrapbook. *
lor, won the Award of Merit. .% Also Mrs. Roy L. Taylor, Mrs. Frank O. Fisher, I
cochairmen of special features; Mrs. Kenneth,,
E ch'show'piac, home featured a show within Flook, book service table; Mrs. Charles Harrfaon/ f g oh r' ,
a show. The homes were utilized as backdrops for birds; Mrs. W. D. Huffman, landscaping, nursery ;
the flower arrangements that competed for winning and conservation; Mrs. Jack Johnson staging; Mrs. .
ribbons and tricolors in the show. Homes on the Gordon Rothermel, tickets, and Col. Zack Williams,
tour spotlighted the theme of the show to blend transportation of tour plan.
. with the.decor of the home.
Top winners In each of the tour homes and
"In the Victorian Manner" was the theme at th.. horticulture division are pictured on this pager:
. the Stanley Culp home, 525 W. Howry Ave. The Proceeds from the tour will be placed in the
early American decor was carried out in the decora building fund for construction of a Garden Centerto %
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Toll-Free Service New Legislative Efficiency Committee

Fruitful Result Of May\ Prove Exception To FailureRuleBy

Cooperative EffortFruitful

ALLEN MORRTALLAHA.P. has for its members four Senators
I i where nice gvys-as Walton
results of outstanding cooperation i"i : If* hard to seems to be-may win but only four Representatives! the
be enthusiastic any more abouta If they are strong enough.He State Treasurer the State Comptroller
between the Southern Bell Co. The ,,
Telephone l leglslatve l efficiency! committee left high school at 17 In 'U ,, the State Auditor and a
Orange City Telephone Co., and the West Voluila but Howard Walton speak to j Join l the Navy for five >ears. Justice of the Supreme court.

community U exemplified by the inauguration ; persuasively of the one now Later he dug ditches and set Welhom Daniel! I. the chairman,
;j; being cranked oU having a pole In tile Florida Keys for
today of toll-free telephone lervice between De- chance for success others lacked! Southern BeD Telephone He Is a Clermont lawyer who first
was elected to the House In 1956.
Land. DeBary, Deltona and Enterprise. Reform I* not for the short- became an energetic unionist Like Walton Daniel a former

This ia an accomplishment in which all West winded remind Walton (.Ulllf'.t.III going from shop steward la the Navyman with a solid groundingIn
put targets for
: Volusiani can take pride. Never hat there been drives economy Communications Workers of the ways of government.The .
: have
may gotten away America (AFL CIO) to president
** much. 'cooperation among the various West because these stile of the Florida CIO. other legislative membersare
Volusia there { agencies' hd time on their aide Senators G. T Melton ot
communities and civic groups as As director for Dada and Monroe
"By and large" ho says, counties Walton In Lake City, George L. Hollahin l ,
n'the was right
was pursuit of this project.It .
"constructive proposal .have Jr. of Coral Cables, Verb A.
the middle of the "-d., strike
began in August 1992 when The MackleBroi been lout because the legislative In 'S3 against Southern Bell. Pope of St. Augustine and John

", developers of Deltona, discussed their plans committees or tile citizens' study But his union experiences well M. Spottswood of Key' West, andRepresentatives
with of the West Volusia Indus groups weren't In existence long Phil Asher ef
representatives enough to finish their Job." may b* regarded u basic training Pensacola, Louis WoUson of Miami
trial Board. The Mackles wanted Deltona' phone for those to follow. Walton G.
Walton .has ben around enough and William OWelll ot
service tied to the county seat, but Deltena's area to know the facts of life, expe- served.member two' years of the as embattled a consumer Ocala.

was within the jurisdiction of both Southern Bell HEY. LOOK US OVTRl Shown are moat of the DeLand High School stu daily In Tallahassee, so author Florida Milk Commission and Serving with them are Justice

and the Orange City .companies.! To complicate dents who are taking advantage of the specialized vocational training courses at the Jty Chairman attaches C to Welborn his belief! that then taper the urging ot Its Campbell E Thornal, ComptroDer
Daniel'snew Ray Green Treasurer J.
Karl Division of the chairmanJ,
Mary Daytona Beach Junior College. Free
transportation .
pro Committee on Covf'l'n.mental Edwin Larson and Auditor E. 0.Elllnon. ,
vided to and from DHS to the college Front row, left to right, Benson Tart, Danny Reorganization BralleyOdham. : -
Branhsm, Albert Call and Mike King. Second row left to Steve became
I right Brown, Jimmy prove the exception to the nil lull.time Chairman Daniel said bethought
Harrison, Pat Munn, John Butterfield, Bruce Lstihaw, and Richard Hudson. Back of failure. milk
a d m I n I lsra( "it Is time that we re-
row, left to right Dennis Lawrence, Bob erfuss, Frank Giumarra, Nick Radavice, "Certainly every member of tor for the evaluate the overall operatioa ot
I George Turbyfill: and Ronnie Wedekind. the committee I I. aware of the three years government and eliminate waste

obstacles to reform presented by from and wheel "
July, spinning. But, he
17 SENIORS NOW IN PROGRAM a 60 day session," observes Walton 1938. Then he cautioned' "it Is not the purposeof
d' t rd "but we think the committee became executive this committee to rip Into an
can present' a record by the secretaryof '
agency! or agencies Just to give
85 session that will merit its the Florida the that
appearance big things
f. DHS Students Offered extension That continuity should Dairy Fann. MORRIS are being accomplished,"
reverse the odds .
Opportunity to favor the era Federa Specific areas of inquiry hive
I II committee." tlon. In November
I J362r ho been outlined among them
\ \ I : :; ; I. As staff director, Walton U joined Odham U operation vice these: overlappig of Inspection
.x Enroll understandably optimistic at this president for Florida Care, nurs services by the Hotel and Restaurant '!
To For Mary Karl Classes ', stage, Just as were his predecessor ing'convalescent.retirement centers Commission and the
In managing the like- at Orlando and St. Peters Board of Health: expanded use
purposed committees which have burg Next came the Daniel! committee of data processing equipment; I

been organized nearly every appointment competition in paper purchases {,
New Is the time for CeLaad other rear under legislative or The Daniel I committee Is for State printing, and mall exchange

Sealer High students. to sign up executive auspice described at Florida "little among agencies.The .
EAGER TO RCTTRX Hoover commission" after the .
for specialized vocational and burden of day to day operations
technical training at the Mary Usually these group have national study group headed by to make that record
TOLL-FREE CORRESPONDENCE rharlea H.II, Karl Division of the Daytona relied for guidance upon pro- the former President. The '83 which may Justify continuance of
executive maniger of UM DeLand dumber, of Commerce, Beach Junior College.The lessors, lawyer or businessmen, law covers seven printed pages, the committee, falls upon Walton.Intf'n.tlnrly. .
displays a portion of tIM ream of cnrre.ponde sent demand' for skilled work. all more or less eager to get but Just what it means has yet he I Is a descendant
and received during the push tot telephone servIco en In specific areas Is IncreasIng back to their regular tasks. In to be determined' of Octavia Walton, who I Is credited

,. between DeLand, Deltona,,DeBar, )' and Enterprise.. and the high school Is making Walton the Daniel group breaks ML.MBERS LISTED with having given Tallahassee .
.. with tradition for he is full-
V 1 available the opportunity for a Styled the "Committee on its name while her father
natters further the DeBary:'exchange: ef South students to receive this training. time, tough flbered' reallat, self- Governmental Reorgantz a t ton was Acting Governor of the Territory
Alan Balles, DOS principal, schooled! in a lumber of arenas and Efficiency group ef Florida
era Bell handling the few phones then in the area said that IT DHS students .are

was part of the Target Sanford exchange Phone now enrolled In courses at Mary WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND .rr.aarne

calls from the DeBary exchange to DeLand were Karl A bus leaves DHS at 1:15:
am. weekdays taking them! to
"long distance"I the vocational school In Diytona Daily

I Under the leadership of the DeLand Chamber Beach Students are returned toDHS Reds Seen In'OnaCollegians' I

of Commerce, assisted\ by other area cham In the early afternoon so 'Cashing
they can take two courses at the Almanac
bert, and with strong editorial support from this 'high school

,newspaper, .com petitions leaking extended .tQl'tannnl:

telephone service were circulated. Signatureswere To obtained through th L, ttorts of hundredsof lent 134 y.-rs oM and hive Today is Sunday, March 1.
acquired the minimum number" the fist day'of IfM with JOS to
I members of civic clubs and fraternal ,a mot eflvtcstlonal volts follow

tions, ai well as business and professional groupsi" T There are protrams pen for By JACK ANDERSON gullible students' who may be The moon Is approaching! Its

I They asked the Florida public Utilities Cpmmli "both girls and boys. These include (EDITORS NOTE Drew susceptible to a little brain last quarter,
automotive m e e h a n Ics, Fere I* mattes 'a political rinsing. The evening stars are Venus
sion to place the DeBary-Deltona area within the cabinet making, coimetolntv, survey ,la the w.... la his ab. Of course only a few students and Jupiter.
toll-free perimeter of DeLand. drifting, smell engines, watch wore tilt column la written by have been beguiled. Some (00 Those born today Include

The two telephone companies also petitionedthe repair, electronics, horticulture, lilt MMclate, Jack Anderson.)., Hamilton College students, for American musJClaa I I Glenn
phatwsphy, printing! and air Instance listened quietly to Miller In 1909.
utilities commission seeking this extended conditioning and On thla day la
refrigeration WASHINGTON The latest party pop-ofl Arnold Johnson history
.service, and after a public hearing by the full renalr, fad among college students is to harangue them on the shortcom In 1TS1 the Americsn colon-
membership of the commission in DeLand, the The names of all students Invite political freaks, the logs of the V S. government. lea adopted the Articles of Con
planned t tit enroll In these fanatics of the I left and right, to The audience went responsive federation, paving the way for
,request was granted.A mumps' must be suhrrtftted to the ap u on the lecture platform. until Johnson attempting to a federal union.

post card poll by-Southern Bell fuel shown Marv Karl DlvUlon by May 1. WHAT AN ENGINE Frank These Intellectual sideshows illustrate a point, referred to a In 1873 a Civil Rights Act
Block DeLand
that among all their DeBary subscribers an over. Students' And t h 1 I r parents High usually attract swims of students personal experience."Recently ) provided for Negroes to serve
student in automotive mechanics the
should ; at Daytona Beach ," he en Juries and
Immediately contact drawn by curiosity or the said.I 1 guaranteed them
whelming number approved the arrangement either William Beachum dean Junior College's Mary Karl vocational division, gets a prospect of offbeat entertainment. received a three.year sentence In equal rights In public ,Iarr..
even though it means slightly: higher: rites. ot bo).., or Mrs. Andre Denmnn, clone look at the chassis and supercharged engine of a a Federal prison In 1932 the 20-month-old son
\ But improved communication: is well worth dean' of( girls, for complete' details Studebaker Avantl, a new training device. The Stude- The biggest attractions are the He was Immediately In of Col. and Mrs Charles Lindbergh

:the few cents subscriber it will cost From on enrollment.( Actual enrollment bsker-Packard Corporation donated the $3,000 training dozens of college appearances terrupted by a tremendous burstof wu kidnaped from his
per Is done through DHSas engine for instructional: purposes. drawing large crowds, giving applause. bed. .
(this day forward DeLand's. neighbors from Sevilleto all students taking the tech press Interviews, making personal Even the aplomb of party Xa 1X3 all B persons aboard'

Deltona will be ".. near as your telephone. nicsl course art required to contacts. leader Gus Hal) wu shaken ." American Airline ,Jetlinerwere

'Whit this will mean to the growth of our entire take two subjects at their home Perhaps" It Is only natural that during an appearance at Swarth- killed when, the plan
klgh erhnnl.HEGHAR. American student, who have more Colle-e. He had an audl- crashed Into,Jamaica lay after
area can only be imagined, but that it will be : ITVDCm grown up reading scare stories enc of tome 900 students and takeoff tram New Tort's Idle-.

,substantial is unquestioned. This program, Hades said, Is, about communlsti. should wantto was fielding questions glibly wild Airport
limited' to students regularly enrolled !a see one for themselves. Now when one/ rtudent Insisted on
In the high' school. He m. the Red are cashing la on this knowing the relationship between ,A thought foe the day-The
calls te fact that cold war curiosity. communism and religion.! Italian poet Pant once said'"There :
"!tmoout." ire charmed' Msdulta The new brand of communist DENYING COt .Is no greater pain than
DEAR ADSY. \ and they should avail speaker however, I Ja far Suddenly Halllost his veneer to recall a "happy time lawretchedness.

themselves of Individual coun removed from the Red.tied rab and snapped "I presume yon ."
seling.The. ble rouser of the past He is diesrmlngly are asking whether I believe la
Students View (J vocational student alo Rise Noted In 'Moonlighting'\ genial, seemingly reasonable. God?" Unusual Hobby:
ran make special arrangements ,,, There wu a moment of iWl-
fnr attending development resd His whole deportment' conveys net, then defiantly Hall de Catching SkunksDUNCAN
; Inc and math classes In the the ideal, "Look me over. I claM: 1 do not believe, m
Dropout Ideas ?h ,Adult Education Division) or for By GEORGE sUOCDORX equity demands' that they should haven got horns. I merely God." OUa UPI) _
One of the Intriguing facets 6f be rationed among the satiea'swork nlll'fttlltlGlller ot Ho wa 'booed Lloyd
J. enrolling In Adult Evening Oas way think s* lustily that Bailey an employ of
.... the employment statistics war force.' < In,." n* had to cnttl*''from the. ban the city water filter plant Is
School officials at the Velusla recently highlighted In a Depart Actually, there la no end to A party publication reported by the back: door.: Duncan unofficial skunk
VAtyBURENDtAR County School Board meeting meet' of Labor study showing human wants. The factthat so exultantly that the slippery. The Reds arr>rarcrdi*. catcher

ABBYl X am high school teacher la Meuat this week streesed the Import that In May, 1MJ. about a.I mil. many Individual. ) are willing to tongued Gus Hall, America No wayed..however, fhaf,,there Is His annsaal hobby Is a valuable .
Vernon Ellaels. I read the following! letter from 'yourcoluma ante ef this program to the ton persons held two er mart bear the strain ot working at a 1 communist, spoke to If.000 no great "pith to J U! the party. pttbtie service to this
aleud to my studests, cad asked them to writs Student and to the community, lobe-aa lncr ." of eco.kli from second' Job foe extra Income students In flue campus appear In their view, every appearance southern OUahoma town which
their own answers. I told them they didn't have to BOARD EFFORT the year ago estimate. By prow, ibis Since) the goods andservices area tn six days of a communist' on a campus ha* been Invaded by a growing
alga their names, and give them five minutes la which Providing the traniportation. coincidence this study war needed to supply theee COMMVM3T RECItTm helps' to build up their claim to umber ef skunks fa recent
to complete the assignment. Thes students art aa the subject' and the proredurea released shortly after the month wants require labor ia their After addreejlng a troop of be a legitimate political! party, J-eer.
average age ot 1(4.\ I am sending you their answers. for enrollment la the "board's ly survey which put the number production, there Is no fixed New York student. Communist Yet eager a* they are to speak Bailey' trap" tha animals to
Perhaps you would tike to select the one you think Isbet !honest effort to expedite enrollment ef unemployed as of mid December amount of work to be done. The Patty Secretary Benjamin Davis u they can sow seeds ot elL... oversized rabbit trap, then re-
for publication. Sincerely, ," School Supt.! John H. 1"It" 31 million. extra Income of the moonlighters aidI could' ten they were cord between students and taco teases them at till city dump.
MRS. C. T. RACHELS Smiley declared It would be easy to compare create the extra demand to Impressed wtth me. These were tin It I Is merely men grist tor He has. built a sheet metal
Your letter "DEARABBY: I am a IT.year-old boy Tilts program give students them two figures and conclude match the additional output they people of potential action who. ** Moscow's mill barricade at the dump which
and I have beta wanting! to quit school for over' a year, an eprmrtunltv to exploit their that "nMonllghUng. the prae product activities must' lit directed.'* ntoig1they! cry. bo staads behind while the
I but my parents 'won't let m*. I hat school sad I want own talents In mechanical' lire of holding more thaa one lhsenpiny'meat. when It occurs. : Leaser luminarIes. such as Curb one man's speech It Is skunk .leave the trap ea tile
I to get a 'Job. I failed two subjects last term and knew electronical and service herds lob Is popularly called contribute Is duo to artificial Interference Youth Director' Mortimer Rubin true and others will find them other aid,
2 wont do any better next time. My parents found out Z Suites Mid he did not want any to unemployment' Cikm '* with ,the. mechanism and Dally Worker editor Jame selves spent So what la tilt So unpease ., has lde4
I was smoking and they ordered mo to stop It. I told them student to fee this opportunity! spokesman and others bays for balancing supply and demand Jackson, bays sever lacked for answer to tie cornraunlsT chal any ran.Ins with Hi
It they wouldn't let me quit school I wasn't going to quit to provide himself or herself sometime' argued that the prae la the labor market. It la listeners on the college circuit. bongo on the campus What hap captive*.oUt .has trapped abort
I smoking. My Dad made a deal with me: h* said'" U I with the chance to lean the tics should be restricted ordiscouraged. not due to in Inherent llmltittoe. Buoyed ap by thl* success. tilt peed at Michigan State L'alventty 33 skunks to addition! to three

I quit smoking and continued with school, kid buy mo a technical, tkfflj aeceetary to earl on the. amount ot work to bo party .baa now etabtthed an oft may be the $....,. eppoasuma and sioneroaher
''I car Z wanted Z said okay He got me the car and Z a rood llvtnt.Recau But this ne! two Quettlons. done. official Communist Lecture Bureau More than 1.000 student swan' animals. /
I reaDy have been trying harder at school: bIIt'lil caught ** the plans muM be First the quetttoa of IndtvVbulfreedom In a free society It I II up to which offers speakers for crowded tilt bank of the Red> rarer
me smoking. Will, h* took the car away firm mo and mad now to determine the : should the ele'e; for every Individual to make the lecture forum, and debate Cedar River or floated In canoe 'pt'a'but. ale le/omi beanawcred.
I rm grounded until June They said U I flunk anything twin seeded at Marv Karl! anyone diet Intervene n ten a choice between> work and lei- on communism' who can speak to hear the noted Red. Robert! G Sea. /
I m have to go to summer school Hew can I got my sche"l next fall It in |tmJl"ll1a-t person hew many Jefte he may' Sure lot himself It la Just u outrifMul with knewledg lid authority Thempeen apeak. Barry Coldw/Sr1* campaign
parents to be more hum..r' that St\i4ent asfly fee ear Q< hold? Second the queitlea ot to forbid aa Individual and wm jive. a truthful view oteoenmunlsm At last Michael trdet. a pr- hallow strategists, |t-t of then
"MAD" meat as quickly as peadWe.SkyscraperSige fact: would a reitnctUn *aMMaligktisg to work as tag u h* winta u lesser who bad .ucz.uu"Ja' started
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actually larreaM It would be to compel him to Circular' letter have
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,, DEAR ABBYl There seems to lie a campaign the aumber of employed per take another )ob when b* is satUfled to editor of collet aewtpaper' ton could start It no** fib. lieu leaderawu. hive asked
agalast "dr peuts" from high school. It Ja.'t necessary SnsTuxmu with tho Income he has advuing them to this service and Ho cried out against longer. fivers tren 'nldwster ia the
fllr everybody to get a high school diploma to lit a sue NEW: YORK (ur ) Litter > fJlA.\as: canoed. from tile Ant. adding siMdeetly Teea for dauWesmgup Tkempees's past Tho Jester. 1 II new trylaj (
cess la life, you know. I quit school after the ninth grid lies become a big problem lathe Th. advncatea> of a IMtirkNi It Is bop-d that thoe* holding sp-oketri ls sot a mala considerntlae. the studrats oratory that freedom reminded to raahfra. all pumVsI lOBs '
and Z did all right You probably won't print this, but United States, according bKeep en multiple! Job holding ewermtly a seemed' Job are act to be .." be world primary garni. by stay awes party workers
If you do, sign me- America Beautiful, the stow aa aHlrmattv awer to subjected to dliparagernevt and This I* the lint time the Reds U that moment of tnta, tilt fnr their sunnrt k* the PtrttoVMlal -
"DID ALL RIGHT IN LOUBVnJJT atioaal litter prevretloa' as- bnlli these" quntloae This. srmie.t hn-tiiy conceived klWathrproposals bring berg' specialists. "have American th national Mood Hkminated camp-lw. Uhr4Cbay'eameo
DEAR DID: Ceeigntatat. ft-".yes ttd aJI ry. In New York City aloe >> lit beard M the concrptkNi similar those reentry tried to InAttratt our colleges byjbe "'ow zee owunh.w of the>
right" to Sflto. el the) fact thai yen graduated three mUlta. tons cf Utter are that there b ,hitt a certala aimed .t overtime' work. History frost do ir\ Their Urged **Uy rrta .* ... face crowd a Drmrratte SMjSr-roup.ICPek hate
from high clwt But ,../11 soter knew km* rmnhbettor collected each year-enough: to amount of wotk to be oVme. mvcalf that Individuals Th right eel fm reed to work s> JIIIJ'Pall \
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you weuU ha!*> dose U Fee had ascend. a high. fill the Empire State Building Hence according to this view with more Thai normal ambitioa farce In the) development el our prtt ra* to bs denied evvej to*tilt to Southerners who till Decor
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DELTONA HORTICULTURE CLASS The Hoi ticulture Clasa.llLandscaplnr for Home Owners," >U prov- I 4

ing to be the most popular one to date in the Adult Edu cation program. Robert Logan,:: of Daytona Beach is the .
teacher of this class and now that it is time to start wo rk on lawns and with flowers, he is besieged with ques- Delfona

tions each week u to how, where, when and what. Mo st of the residents in Deltona have come from the north
em states and are eager to learn what is adaptable to t he soil and climate in this area. Those attending Tues+ j

day's class were, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baer, Mr and M rs. Henry Pavlowskl Mr. Oscar Ericksen. Mr. and Mrs. "

Frank Muth, Mrs. Eva Johnson, Mn. Eva Berg, Mrs. Eth el Wondrack, Mrs. Elizabeth Bridges Mrs. Al Poirier, '

Mrs. Margaret Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Powell, Mr. A Ibert Croninger, Mr. Frank Mabfus Miss Celeste Moore. Can CallDELAND'

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris, Mrs. Margaret McKnight, M rs. Mary Washburn, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Grout, Mrs. Amy
Barnby and Mrs. Eleanor Beat/. (Photo by Cox)

late 13 OCUNO (FIOMOA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY,MUCH 1,1 MNews Honor Given Information Set Et I

To Aid 't
I PR Director ,
UPI Iii-

formation to help taxpayers estimate .: ...
Dr. WUllam Kenneth Cum. '
OfDeltona their 19M taxes will beavailable ,. ,
;, f"ttl
mina Stetson director of public I
relations, his received an Awardof I next week ;' J..,.' ",, :i.. .. .
The Internal Revenue Service
Honor for a University feature I II : ,
1 story written for state of floridarelI'ASf' ; I I the reduced rates and
The for the other major changes should be I s
I honor "exceptional ?
MBS. NORMAN WAGNEB .1' quality" of the news feature available at pout offices some
was announced during the first hunks and local Internal ReveJ. ee ; -
annual Awards Competition of nun Service field\ offices by
the Baptist Public Relations Association midweek ,)' ,
held recently In Fort The Information on this form
Deltona Worth. Tf''''. The competitionwas Is for taxpayers required to estimate
EVENTS SET for news' material released by April 15 what their Why Not Avail Yourself Of This
during 13 by Baptist colleges tax will be on Income earnedIn
throughout the South 1W1.! These taxpayers should
Personals AT CENTER Dimming story described an estimate their taxes on the Opportunity To Call And
article on frogs by I>r. Kf'II"HlnM'n. cards mailed out nattier in the

DELTONA Mr. and Mrs. IN DELTONADELTONA biology professor, which >ear the IRS said About I Order What You Need '
Louis Mamakos of Wheeling appeared( In the Stetson Letter million taxpayers filed declarations !
W. Yap were overnight Quests of quarterly University magazine of estimated tax last
Mr and Mrs Peter Muter of Events to which Gumming edits year From These DeLand Merchants? j
Hartley Ave. this week The be held In the Community
Plasters were surprised as well Center this week Include:
Sunday, 11 a.m. Deltona
at pleased to see these old
friends whom they had not seen Christian Church: Services. MEN'S CLOTHING a!
in 13 years and took them en a Tuesday, 4 pm. Horticulture Courthouse Men's &
Boy's Shop
tour ot Deltona and the model Class. Dykes ,I
homes before they left for St. Tuesday, 7.30: pant Card 111 Harts Isglsver4 Plea 7)44411
Petersburg where they will Party.
'spend torn time. Wednesday 1:30: p.m. Comments r V. M. Fountain Co. '1
Mr. Carl StadUer ot Hystts'vtlle Stitch and Chatter Cub.

Md., who was In Daytona Thursday. 1 p.m. Art W Nerd levlami 'k... 714-0124 ,
C. ..
for the automobile races,
visited with Mr. and Mrs. Thursday, J:6S: p.m. Del 1 Stevens Store For,Men,
Horace Tucker of Hartley this tona:Choral Gr: up. .r num COBLB f "
week before returning home. Thursday, T.30: p.m. Del see;News lUll wrIte ., .., 311I Mud ..etererd" 'h" 12441IrWOMEN'S
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arnold tona Night'.! .
Friday, ':30 Del APPAREL
have returned to their horn on pm. "
WhItewood Dr. after a three tons Teen,Cub.Savage : Cihhs of DeLand

week .visit with son and family, would you rate if a retina report card
What kind of a grade
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Arnold Jr. was .given i oust It la a shocking thing to know that there are 111 'NerD .. PkeM 714-1221 TYPEWRITERS tt SERVICE
and. children in Norwich Conn. and leading eitiiens. who have been '
Mrs. Elizabeth Graf of Normandy J iI1SDcltou'a man registered ao celled for peers responsible and never vote. Thai's right They renew The Vogue SkII) Typewriters

Blvd., who is a patient their ,Miurtrstlon. but their names are conspicuously s_.ent.en' 110 NMk .......... ,..". 714-1121 lit Mart Temple P.eae 734-7471
in Seminole hospital in Sanford I the back of their voting card the card 'which shows when they .
la slowly Improving and the residents I Corp.DELTONA have.psrttclpsted elections. t >". GIFTS fc BOOKC DEPARTMENT STORES
of Deltona wish her a sod to the. pelts
UM people who register to
Then there are
I a
speedy recovery. Herbert Kosner and don't vote Oh', yes there are a lot of thone. >ery ,election The Gift Shop Peuncys

Savage AlA has, Joined the more people to through the machines than actually teat 14] Nerd ...I".r. Pfceaa 7144(11McVicars Mil...." Ills. /h.." 7142IMtil
architectural staff rot<< The Del I. : btllola.\ Tbone people want their nelrhbors to think they are
tona Corporation according to'' good cltlzena and yet }they dont exercise their GiflsCardrvBooks( VARIETY STORESMcCrory's
WelcomeTo an announcement by James E.: I IVtnll'l. privilege o( voting + + ,
The 'Msckle Bros. vice How la your voting report card 114 Nertl levltvertf ,..,,' 714-0271 1
president for architecture and I If you are pot registered do so before the 1 Narlb Io.le.er4 ,,$... 7140212
engineering. April 4 .deidllnt If you are reguured. vote Hcc\c & Howard Gift is & Books
Savage, widely known In South either la person or by absentee ballot. INSURANCE
Florida for his civic: and frater- Khrushchev said bed bury us. Ar. you 115 went..Indleae **.. hisae 714-1227 I
I aal activities as well as for out going to help dig our own grave by not voting? James F. Clardy) I
standing architectural design, I
will specialize la. design of J... surprised to lean. this week that datendaata Boulevard ApllIaucc8lnc. i Insurance Agency ,
homes and other buildings the la court can be placed on probation'' ,
New residents I Mickle brothers are 'constructing even If they are not adjudged guilty of the r 220 Nerd leeUfirel lose 714-Ilift 213 Nertb. leelsma1 Pk.a. 7144111
being welcomed to Deltona this at Deltona and other Iocsttoas. charge made sgtlnst them. The defendtnta The Conrad Co. Insurance
week Include pie and Mrs. Alex Brandon I Electric I Co. I Inc.M. ,
can be found guilty by a Jury, can be found COBLC 1,
C Edith) Andersen 900 Chippendale Cov. Farrla Brjanf, recently .a Judge, plead guilty er plead ao 111 West New Yerfc Lee. Piece 71..2272PilOTO ;
St. Coming from Alliance. appointed Savage to representthe contest guilty and still technicsUy not be eoevtcUd. Laden at the Ialree4 ,.... 714-2712 ,;
Ohio where Mr. Asderloa Fourth recent WWlUII SHOP & STUDIO \
Congressional District This isj a new form of probation la years
worked la construction: as a on the Florida Development C.lnrst.i.p.role officer eiplamed What It does Ia give yeuOia Frierson's On-Tlic-Boulevard Kent's Photo Shop & Studio ;

brick mason contractor. Commission. H. also la a mem. ch.nce to straighten out and not bare a conviction en their 210 Nertl leelnerj ,keee 714-2771 1
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett bee of Metre's Otttens Advisory record.a M they have a conviction they are DOt acceptableto all Ned .....,...* n... 714-1111
en RockhUI St from WI..II.Oblo. Committee for Urban Renewal the armed services. Boy Fricrson's, Inc. 1
Mr. Everett BOW works and has served aa chalrmaa ofMiami's carted by a Judge down, stale who bIo MUSIC tt INSTRUMENTS '
The program was 2" ietffc rUcWe ,... ,.... 7144111
Orlando. .
lor Simpson Motors la Contractors Board.ROMOTCD IMvcd yeses should be given another chance and lot have a Music I '
Howdy Shop
Mrs. Alice Lacouture \
onnctton spoil their DRUGS Ie SUNDRIES
Chippendale St. Coming from worle for a large number and II dow have Ita mertta 214 ...n' |" lever4 ,.... 7J44U2 ;
Kortbvllle. Mich, she la a retired Incidentally\ I won't ten you bow many attorneys I talked te DcLand Sundries j
1 1l
school teacher.Jewelry ._ who did not know of this Sew type of probation. OFFICE SUPPLIES
2M Her* Ie.l.rer4 real 71427113IcIra
There are 10 many Jaw chaagee each! ...... ef the JegUw Allen-White

ShownAt "1Ur.. ae many regulatioM changed by administrative deparV Center Company I '
teals thai It la difficult keep up with MIL Drug 103 w..t MleM A,.. rt.*. 71441fl
1M sell leehrtri fksai 7144111Smith
Coffee Meet 'Ti M more important to grew Children er grsss?"' That eta D auman', Office Supply I :
the question asked by School Board member Dick fearee at Inc.
Mrs. Kay Dele Drugs, 111 Mar* ...... < ,....
DELTONA I Tllelda,', board m urif. The ettwOon came .* aboM trying e* 714-2111 ,
panty of W. Wellington Dr. entertained II Ie grew graae ., DcLand Junior High aVhooL H seems eta** 124 Nerd ......It. ,.... 7144177Volusia
with aa Informal I FLOORING tt TILE
Friday can be genes an tootbaO fields because aU the Mediate don't
aftemoM coffee. The play on them. Pharmacy Bohrcn Tile Co. Inc. '
guests were entertained with. a rearcei advecates graM ea the front Jaws but ant ea) a play I ,
showing ot beautiful )jewelry, area where kids can romp and kick up the dual sad bave fungrewing" 111 Nerfh. Ie..leer4 PIt... 714-1111 12* I.sf llel bee. ,.... 7141M1J
presented' by Mrs. Carmen Wig- .
Sine and Mrs. dark of Lemon 4z:5: : HARDWARE ,I, SHOES

1I1u.U."I'boM esjoyiaKay's Tm sot convinced at sfl Out e TV debate by Che els Dems I DeLand Hardware Co. ;. ,. Belue's Shoes
hospitality were. Eva Johasoo. axial candidate tor governor wevld ae ef say hn, If esckeae to.
Cards ScwJert Marie Ting II were firm five mugs to present see new a. .. pietas I 111 Her*! totem* nap 7144111 13i Mirth .....;". ,... 714-22t4 s
Hag. Margaret Wagner. Olive : Jut.le W. and them each gives three minntea rebuttal sad te luaniteaeetmur
CreightM Elizabeth I4r1d3 ... ...., son of ..... aa4 Mr*, rebuttal at wield 'be aa bat program. east Just one Goff Hardware Co. Family Shoe Store
aid Mrs. Leonard Wright. tenon GMt.... levfio,, ... rate aired. Ewe tf aemebow the precedttre was speeded .a .' ,
hr 243 Me** leele.sH tteee 7144444 14* *& ..... Pap 714-2S70 i
retndysd/' peen. and tae laeuea were .;.red. ttars aot very attach Mfamuttea as .
ahw te AVe at Uw y' Air Wmbwteaame.AaMter '
Veteran Newsman Fern --. c.-.... kue UeV pout at that IMMers. May aot to Merest aa the Jack.Johnson's Hardware : Lecdf Shoes$ ,

oa b Al/C lihoals W. COM apeetfte ..... awed and at bather let watcft and hear.I .. 112 $.etli.....wi Poe 7144414 112 Her" .......... Pfc t.(,... 734-4MO
In Bartow
Dies lea D sc.I .
SW. ATlaMna. ...'. mIn TT ks tte ertr1 10, aneajwe a CMdidsw. "
I, 1AWYJ.\Jr. foreo ..., are One candtdale ant, be a Urrtfta abewmaa and have (real stile Tyncr'i Hardware JEWELERS
BARTOW rUPl Irrtsbte Ut,4 geaa. presence and be able to seD awuelf. Aaodier may have fine\ :
founder and publisher ideas lad set have a TY personality 1M1 Kent ,Wew n>.e 714-1547 }. N. Dclluy & Sou I

ef the Folk County Democrat For my v..e, I went te war a Candidate .,..tll pmooaBy.
died' ken Tannday at the age t. a... I. I "... te bear aim ao.wr ejoetuona asked by those la the. eudeace > FURNITURE lit Nerd Seelevertf. ,.... 714-11J7 I
el 74. I "11tttw I teat ts teal la the paper what ke had *. u, here aadaa Mather DeLand Furniture
The veteran eewtpspermai ball. let Need /s.The i ether ptocea.fsreau Larry Smyre, Jeweler

founded the paper la IXU after TalUee'tUAa. let caal leH Ifceir cauMrea IbM they can't take ?ilea ,..141 lev* ...... ..... 714.1111RohcrnonClnrk III NerHi lie"mad ...... THTVifTalc's ,
r having wonted eta pepen te W. II& I* a school mevttaf. a ..... ... a. w chotr practice er aoaieapeeieJ
taM*, Iowa; BUoxt and CUrts- event beeaate they want te welch the candidates en TT.rareau Furniture Co. Jewelers
date Use.; Beaumont. Tee, UNKFORDmi cast lake the hide where they smart. go er tkey then 4 "
aadl. Tampa. ..... na go to UMr ewsi ctvte sad otaa mestlags sad son eonte 1ft lolls .mle.erd Mee nulM 11' Merit 1........ ,.... 73431 t

SorvHwe tatted the elder city tact I BOOM a4 pick a* lilt paper and reed Ml '
lira. MargwtM FrtsMe. and 1.. te ran. aos Mylsw eaneioates ahmldart appear aoj IT. a.. I hope GAS fc APPLIANCES CHn.Di1WEAR :;,: $

react Loyal I'\1aHII1Jd RichardrrMriettbotJi leg Sees asst wo don I face the pattoeal ...-.-ure eo TT we the tarn ran Green's Fuel of DcLand, Inc. Pam'i CkiWrea' Slioppc; %k
of Barlow. LoyalrrUMeik ........ m-i m mi a. ,
the' o$* e| Oe o.We have. May mare eaadidsioa nsnuesi sue year tf they t3 m .*er* iMstnri P*.M 714-2441 144 Ner. a..Inw4 p\Me1M_
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Social Study I let ulalM'!'i-- .*pl b ty> .=. t;h Large Croicfl, l Protect jFor O.C. Show

JUVIRIUC.: CaM. (UPI) pedal iMWttt* befe* I ?
ty lands bout onet here on Oe University! of ;
'l'l/t./ 4 )toiled of Or. The ttutec ftrtogs Diane Actana
)>* earth'i |td surface fontla campus. nuke awf Kttkk
I d lane amt r ,.. dew .rI Bteidl. gavea 4l y
I II eolation of th* "Ye v.,. > long cad dance number Jack
viDe Show" In ttcklnsM fTU ........ Dr. LarobWtton dW some soft-shoe
Dominick I* Back In Town. II rid Library Han, Orange City. Bit of Old Ireland" and l UhiWelsh ..... and Xbrnr Thompson.
And Now Ser lDg The MOW was presented by the Joined him for "Peggy enttfWMd. with accordion music
a Wgpian's dub of DeBary sod O'Nell"
GREEK STYLE DISHES speatored by UM VIA (Woman'sdub Orange CIty "Jong Bird of The Mtlre cast fang 'Good-
) of Orange City the S utll." Joy Di 3artolo, sang night" Sweetheart" as the flnale
ALSO TIm Armao, 4, dressed hi a a group of songs. Mrs. Myron Accardl. the director .
yellow and cold page boy outfit 'MELODY MAN was assisted by Mrs.
Roast Turkey. $1.10 Baked Ham. $1.20 came out before the curtain with Frank Ptetroplnto. as the Mary Noble. who also was the .
Bill Keller
f placards to announce the acts ")[t'lody Man. sang several codtumer WM the
Mrs. Ella Cllve who has been popular songs and was Joined by accompanist
Roast Leg Of lamb. $1.15 In show business most of her I the audience at hll request lie l 'rfa4a'
life II I 84 year old and.a resident joined Mrs. Myron Accardi la Close Vote
l erred wilt' Salad! 2 v" .....,.. Orbit, ..< Dined of Orange City sang II the singing/ "Sweetheart"
Gay Nineties Sweetheart as the The Rhythmalrcs, Mike and SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -
DOMINICK'S RESTAURANT Frivolous Pals with Frank Pltroplnto I Jeanne Asbury, as a dance team Theodore Roosevelt won California ,
presented the 'ragged lave their Interpretation of the In the 1912 presidential
202 Mart lavltraH" ram. IE 43 newsboy" number II Charleston, Mully Gully and I election. by 174 votes 283,610
The Southwlnda quartet, corn Oia-Cha la costume. to 283.... for Woodrow W11aoa.f .

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READY FOR THE WINNERS -. This photograph shows the trophies that await
Bob White the winners of the annual DeLand Sun News spelling bee slated for Tuesday at 7.30
pin. in the DeLand High School auditor!um. In front are shown the certificates of

ooo STOKES SLICED merit that will be awarded runnersup.

IIELAND 1-Lb. Pkg. Annual Sun News Event

p BEG 79, W0CbrMed Contestants Listed

lee f. u,. 59'


l q. :t-u Copeland l Franks Lb. 49'REG. For Spelling Bee


Kosher Franks < lab 59'

Thirty.four of the top spellers w
In 13 Went Volusla schools will
.a compete Tuesday In the 13th annual
n; 01.DotlnG, Dhv.r pixie Doflng CinnamonA DeLand Sun New. spelling r ay

A ROLLS ; BUNS bee. itt
The contest will begin at 7:30
+fl ? p.m. In the DeLand High School
12-Ct.10J 8-Ct. 9J auditorium and the public Is In
I pip. fits vited to attend.
The Sun News will award
REGUURLY 2 FOR 25t I aEGtJlJAV 33d plaques to winners In each of

\ .. :R;" l"'a..I JI .l I "l 'I three high divisions and senior-elementary high. Certificates Junior .

of merit will be awarded to t
EXTRA FANCY runnersup in each division.
Delicious The spelling bee will open with
20 students competing In the i I /
elementary division.
Each West Voluala school has f'
APiii been invited to send the winner '
and runnerup In the Individual
school contest to the Sun News JI
AT finals.
31 After election of the winner in MOWEEY ;
the elementary division, the bee
win continue with the Junior and
the senior high spellers. the winner and Bob I
2-29 F. R. Tubbs of Stetson DeLard High School
p ;tr:29' University will pronounce the their school in the
words for contestants in each alated for 7:30 p.m.
category. Judges will he John T.
Cannon Jr.. Miss Dempsle Brew. FLORIDA MILITARY .
son.1 swa.o. --- --
per and Mrs Philip De Berard. lIam Mallory and Buddy Lou
AT ANY The Sun News also will sponsor ELEMENTARY \' : I .
O a contest for an West Volusla BOSTON AVE.-Debra ....
I ti Negro schools. welder and Kathy Fr Iucic. .
The date and time of the Negro ORANGE my-Greiory
i finals have not been announced.It en and Shirley Groover. I
.t.V .
ra. Mr Is expected that schools participating Lake Helen-Sharon
r dta1R Ma a o o D in the Negro finals will and Robin Dykes.ENTERPRISE.
+ 'CH O'1Mt1I1N he Starke. Lake Helen Euclid. Pat brtn&f
MIT Pw Seville, Malloy in DeLeon and John Sellers
Sprints and Marian L. Coleman GEORGE MARKS- I
whr..soar Me In Orange City. Students will
AT compete in the elementary and I lap 14 MLMQ iftOtDA ". I
MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY junior high divisions.
Of the 34 contestant to appearIn
the white finals 23 are girls GOP
Pot Pies .61. and 11 are boys. Group .
'. '. Two of last year's winners win
Tj 3 be seeking new fields to conquer Slates Meet to
1It; tg $ aoudN iwa lwta MORTON this year '
McMlcken of of
Cheryl Taylor
Junior-Senior High School laPlerson Are You a Citizen or a I
I .i Blueberry Pie iY 39 winner last year J In the er?" will _* the subject
Junior high division, this year address by Col. William
was winner of the TI1S senior before the Republican :
14 high contest as a 10th grader dub of West Volusla/ In
and will seek the senior high a buffet luncheon on I -
n.eoa------ title on Tuesday. March 10. at aooa. MaJ. ;. .
I Karen Cower, winner of the Martin, president of the
r r: ;-;: w .. elementary contest last year has announced. .
while a student at Dempsl Th* luncheon will be
I Brewtter School, this year was the Calico Kitchen, The J
.I nnnerup la tile DeLand Junior vites Democrats and .t.
I a. High School contest and (Ineligi.fele dents to attend tile ,
I e to compete' Inr the Junior Each member Is urged to *
blab title on Tuesday
s Students and the schools therlepreseat ,

I iI listed tndtvtdnal smog first follow)school: nrmmxDCLANU winners contents: In art the Try Our Special Sunday, Dinars, !

mCIf-HoO Mow.erv .
I II _- _- and Rob HutrMnt.
I L- ; TAYLOR inCH-Chetyt) Me
M4tee sad P.." -'II.,
j I I Lerawwv4 any V..AIftr. ta
I Save Ea Ina 2K Caws ; saw 20< Giant Box ; Saw 30< < ; Giant Box {Sow 104 44 o:. Con'' Saw \\V* -...12<<. Bottl Rnlmee and Karen Gower V
I" TAYLOR Jt7r rB-Waiia Pr*. ,,.

il 41 391 49; !1192ro.251 1 -watt-and Grin-Baratat-- Roast Turkey $1.40

Negro Sworn In led C.4. anwne. .''tlft "''7>, gws,

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t T. Rowan. 3*. was SWOTS tn Friday Smoked .Ham
J i as director of the IT A Ia- Wltb Pt.a na. p ie.. s1.40
I formation ArMY'SIA'.
President JotaMM rtlriatH ...... panel
it a WWt Haw tft Ml sMy I v.relawe. ...... A ..Witt... lend
I '1ougef li sml& I'l'-e't'lf .mC' ., which till ktfhnl nfltcuny rwOttaf made Ner Ran hi ,__ Be& CeIhe, TeaJack's

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Washington's 'Brass,' Britain's Class S'SICIlIArc Talhs Of Glory' Director

Examined In Specials On NBC Network 1 Films 'Grotesque Comedy'NEW


By JACK Gnu up Indian trouble. under hospital can after being dancers from New' Zealand YORK ft-ven is a comedy Or, as Kubricketatftos
NEW YORK (UPI) The The lessons learned from the hurt In
a playground accidentIn whose earlier announced appearance years ago Stanley Kubrick a : "A nightmare'
, National Broadcasting Companynext first atomic submarine disaster "The Lonely Ones" the on this show had to talented' young director with a BeanoJy"

week has specials exam. are explored b "The Legacy of drama on ABCs "Ben Casey"Art be postponed. need to pt something off his "When we started' out we la-
inlng the changes In the class the Thresher", a "CBS Reports" Coney makes his third THtKSDU' chest, made a movie railed tended to play it straight," Ku
system in Britain and the way documentary. guest appearance on Danny A retired fireman charged' Paths of Glory." a brilliant brick said in a recent Interview .
of life of the brass" in Wash A school teacher with a secret ,I, Ka>'e's CBS hour Also aboard with killing a television reporter and savage Indictment of the "The nuclear destruction,
Ington. DC Perry Como is i drinking problem comes t I I will be a troupe of 163 Maori who has accused him publicly philosophy of war of mankind seems to be a.
back for another of his variety I Iboun. -- of being an arsonist needs The picture, while praised theme worthy of serious" trt.t.IIIf'nt. .

the help of Perry Mason in ATHENS TAR-OUT WESTERN The adornmentsIn by torn critics was widely assailed ." he wryly added.
Highlight details March IT: tea "'Th* Can of the Arrogant this shot from "Four for Texas" are Ursula Andress for Ita uncompromising But the more deeply I got,
8CNDAY Arsonist" on CBS. contention that heroism In battle Into the thing, the more convinced
and Anita Ekberg Both star in the far-out west.
ABCs "Challenge Golf' repeat Perry Como'a latest special' la to much folly and Its I became that aj
has the Gary Player-An. I for NBC will come from New ern which plays today through "Wednesday at the more subtle suggestion that the grotesque comedy would be
old Palmer and Bob Charles- Orleans.' "Kraft Suspense Theater Athens Theater. "Four for Texas, which also stars patriotic hoopla which Igniteswar even more effective So we d*.
Bruce Crampton teams meetIng 1 '' is preempted. Mickey Roo- Frank Sinatra'and Dean Martin is a story of gamblers, ii an evil hi itielf. tided to make people laugh -

on a Camarillo, Calif, : ney, Al Hlrt and Martha Rays beautiful women and foul treachery in the wicked city What no one realized at the until It hurts.
course. I are the guesttan.. of Galveston in the 1870s. The film was produced' by time was that Kubrick was Thus Kubrick takes an eminent .

ABCs "Issues and Answer Musical comedy: star John _Robert Aldrich for Warner release. merely warming up. Compared place In the tradition of .
, guest wU be U.S. Sen. Margaret Raltt comedian: Louis t lye and to his latent film implausiblytitled the comic moralist, a tradition; ,

Chase Smith RMe.. who is : guitarist Charlie Byrd and jhla) HOLLYWOOD PROFILEConnir limes "Dr. Stiangelovt. or: that has brought forth such, r
seeking the presidential nomin l group help Edl Adams'one her How I learned to Slop WorryIng geniuses' aa Jonathan. Swift, I

ation. ABC and Love the Bomb" George Bernard Shaw and Char
"CBS Sports Spectacular" will Paths of Glory" was child's lie Chaplin artists who ems

report on a six.week big gam "The Great Adventure", on Housewife On 'Mr. Ed' play ploy humor not so much to'
safari In Africa and two sports CBS has the first half-of a two- "Dr. Strangeloe' ," briefly Is make people laugh, but to make'

car races near Chester, Eng garter called "The Pathfinder" the story of an American general them' think.
"The Agony of Austria" on It tells of John C Freemont's who goes berserk and orders 'Once we decided to go
The Twentieth Century" documentary 1844 Investigation of Callfora a nuclear attack on the Soviet ahead and make) it a comedy.
show for CBS deals Ins Sacramento Valley and.his Called Swinging Culie'HOLLYWOOD Union. Attempts by the the great danger war to avoid
with Hitler's annexation of Aus clash with Johann Super over President of the United States I reducing; the character to caricatures
tria in 1938.Britain Its future. Rip Torn stars as and other well meaning types" to ," Kubrick said. Iif

: The Changing BOULEVARD COMEDY In this laugh-laden scene I Vtltmnnt. prevent the attack 1.1and\ the i other words they all had to bo;',

Guaid" is the documentary from the new Jerry Lawls Technicolor comedy, "Who's The death of an Industrialist nI< > Con. Sunset fans Drive The fhe-! American bomb automatically believable or else the picture..
special on NBC that examines Minding the Store?" Jerry tries to fit a dainty size-S puts police on the trail of some I role llin... the demur housewife room apartment has high ceilings sets off a RtiMlan Doomsday would lose Ita bit*,*'

current British Society in the shoe on the not so dainty size-l0 foot of a lady wrestler. eccentric suspects. Including of the "Mr. Ed" emits, I.a I. and big rooms which machine which sentenceall 'Im the last person' you
light of events that have The film plays today through Tuesday at the Boulevard the deceaseds former girlfriend swinging cutle in real life she share* with a 3 year-old fe i I mankind to a radioactive death. I should ask, of course but I
changed the natioa'a world position. Drive-In Theater. Co-feature in "Who Killed Avery who bears no resemblance to male! Australian allkle terrier I, Thli film Incredibly enough think we pulled it off The horror
"Rampage" with Jack Lord" on ABCs 'Burke of the picture, which shouldhit
Hawkins and Elsa MartineULTHEATERS the girl on the I.n.Conllle' named Tiger, I I-
MONDAY Law. matronly wardrobeon Her kitchen Is rarely used audiences with a sickening
Aa amusement park space Ann myth Is guest starIn the show covert a figurethat A feminine wile Connie prsc- I ITIFES'CHORUS thud eves while they're laugh
ride that actually takes off into "Queen of the Nile" fol"'"TwI' bedazzles the eye In a tires on unsuspecting suitors Is leg comes through simply because "

outer space with passengers is NO TH It light Zone" on CBS. A beautiful bathing suit to the tune of 4331 an Invitation to dinner with the everyone In the movie:

,the subject of "Joy Ride" on A10I1SVSI screen star who never ahows M. date bringing the dinner, usually has a logical sensible vievr-
ABC's "The Outer Limit" her age proves to be deadly A carefree divorcee with golden from' flossy La Rue restaurant NAMEDHarold point that la, if you accept
NBCs "Monday Night at the THIS WEEK .JtQlU. KQWtST lure for an Inquisitor magazine blonde hair Impish blue only two blocks 11'011bl'r their pnm.....

Movies" screens "Underwater writer yea and that figure of apartment M. Clffla. conductor VERY THE LDTK
. Warrior." starring Dan Dalley. EAST Jack Paar Is host to' Lon course ,hea\ hounded byllollywood' "After dinner I make the of Stetson University's' "Even' the generals if you
t DI TO M'S NOTSt TK.IIM S1 AA4 Louis Mountbatten. comedian make
The CBS "East Side-West NM.uI.s a.. Ilot... .. r.eav.d, VKQ102 VAII48 playboys She has poor guy rue me on my lines Concert Choir, has an. al't't'ptheir position
Side" will have an episode that Inm ...."...... T". Sun. N_. eaa tUTU Jonathan Winters Jackie Coog more dales than she ran handle, and then I send him home at nounced that the chorus sense. It's their position that'sInsane.
.."".| k* ,.......'"'. ,.. toy ,.... an, singer Betty Johnson and but no serious boy lends. J o'clock." she .. "O There la. of course avery
takes Its social worker hero ""u', MM/N N ._.,.... .1011. t giggle ( for "The Merry Wives of
. World War tlalr hero Co. Phil "When work, I work" Connie count I thin line between madness
farther along toward his new BOCTB (D) never see them again. Windsor" will consist of
ATDDSmUrt.R: Cochran on NBC Mountbatten, When I I But It beats and rational behavior' and even
goal of working for a congress' 6KQIU s*>s. play. cooking dinner the following s t u de. U:
man. Today through Wednesday VJ7 Cochran and Coogan will commemorate Play But work comes first Because of her knockout figure Carolyn Whlttenburf, the moat extreme psychotic can
TIESDAY "Four for Texas" with Frank A ill 8 the 30th anniversary OU1 n RIO\fD: : APARTMENT Connie dresses ronservs- Doug 'tiutler, Prissy Jones, Justify his actions with perfect
Sinatra and Dean Martin. Feature .AU of the Allied' air Invasion of logic"
tlvely Ur closets
full of
A British officer, with Connie In an old fashioned are Ring Vlck JU1 Nicholson
his men wounded prefers manyof to at 1. 3:OT, S:14, 7.8.; >:28. Both vulnerable Burma In which all playeiroles. I d apartment house. above tailored suits, plain dresses and Rick Wail Karen Ander Kubrick's reference' to the

hold his ground Instead of heed. Thursday through Saturday Sealk West Nertt CsM Week" the Sunset Strip on fashionable Ions sweaters. She works over. lOll Paul Blank, 1"1Stl'Ol'k. generals was to the point. The
"Gun I. Pass 46 Pass ABCs 'Fight of the chief of his
Hawk" with Rory Cal- time d*.'mphsslalng her targets withering
generous T h
Tom rntOD,
sag a retreat warning In "What o
Pass PiusOpening has 10 round leaders
houn and Rod Cameron. Special a heavyweight endowments satire are the military
are the Bugles Blowtn For?' lead-!ItI'k contest between Ernest Terrei Onelta Waters. Doug Moro States fictionalized .
en Friday and Saturday from I A.utlve ot Boston who eml- M.. Clffln, Petelleetmer. At the United' (
en ABC' "Combat. to 7: IJston-clay fight films\ and Gerhard Zech In New TuneReleases grated to. Hollywood\ almost five Caryl. Linda Prlody ot course) who are presented .
'The Richard Boone Show"on .
York's Madison Square GardenBATtRUAV Pop semi Idiot
NBC BOCLEVARDDRIvg L years Sir, Op.nle's: Wacky look Gene Bridges Diana Bethes as psychotic
repeat "Vote No on
.IN' THEATER at life ta limited' to her nan- blithely leading the world to
K Weele. Sarah
11 story of an Impoverishedcron The Hesperla (CaUf.. a IINtnt't1oft'WI* not likely;
working boon.PROEEMIt1YAL.
who becomes a central Today through TIIl'SdayAt try dub course I* the Aihrrsft Harvey Burl..t.lIuo him to the Pentagon
figure In a slum clearance con. T and 10.OB, "Who's Minding theStore. JACOBYOn the "Challenge GuI t coua'l l ATR1M14Iptle'sa Crum. Dan Cram, to But endear U Kubrick has ruffled
troversy. *"* with 'Jerry Lewis. At I I ABC oetween me < tirotnstonal actress Anne Wbltlac111, Walker rd
ArnOld'fOrGary PaJim" the .of officialdom
8 SO with Robert who take her Job seriously At Ruth Colvs d, Paul. sensibilities ,
"Our Man In Washington" Is : only "Rampage" Player and Sam Snead NEW ORX 'Ofpn/ Broadway the 'In'Washington, lie ha made
another NBC special starring Mitcham. Bridge Ted Kroll teams. I kiss street of neverending moment she Js stuping hurtle Joyce Smith Her- himself a here'to tile eyes,Iof
Wednesday and 'l'hUJ'lday-At dialect as a mean for In- Wliltley, Dnnna Doflens-
David The ry '
Brlnkley program The "CBS Golf Classic l siuD1Iea aid the latest laaa movie critics. **
7 and 11 "San a Crooked Ship"with meaning Her versatility to play and Jim Powell."TO .
has some comment to .
wry brings together the teams ol Italian musical called "Rsf Almost unanimously "Dr.SUanpkwe" ,
make on social activities In the Robert Wagner. At 1:48 only I y OSWALD JACOITKewseasur Julius infinite that comes her way, Merry Wives of
Bonos-George Bayer and snilno \has been hailed at
national capital at both the domestic "The Sundowners" with Rob Cstsrsrw AM*. Dave An aspiring ballerina as a Win.." Is a Joint production .
nau.BWy Casper. The story centers around a the finest American movie to
ert Mitchum. child, her hope for a dancing of Stetaon'i School of
and foreign relations Russell The lineup for ABCs "Hoot- good for nothing opportunist ,I along In several
Friday and Saturday-At T Cliff and Harry Harksvy career were ended by a broken Music and Slower Theater.Performances com years.
levels enanny which comes from the who find out when Its and wonders what Kubrick
and 11-24: "Goliath and the Sin of Miami Beach form one only ankle, But Connie continue win be presented one
Dorothy Provlne. comedian: University of Tennessee campus too late, that he has some will to next now that Lea being
of the
of Babylon" with M. Forest At greatest partnerships lathe to study dancing and Is taking March 4.T at I p.rrt.
Norm Crosby and Randy Hall world. They also play included Eddy\ Arnold the good qualities. lessons extolled M th* greatest
8 40: only "Badman's COlla.try" singing agate' to broaden Tickets may be obtained at
a tin whistle expert, are guests with George Montgomery. against each other on occasion Carter family the TravelersThree. '. It stars Nine' U.ntrtdl. Ornella her' talents the theatre box office. creative lesion la tile matins
en Garry Moore's CBS hour. and are apt to provide fireworks Shed Wooley and comedlan Vatmnl and Aklo F.brI.dII: \ "1 only work In the show plctur Industry
At I::58 only "Samson and the ... .
WEDNESDAY Vaughan MeaderNBCs s .. .
a fast moving musical written .
when they do. four days a week Connie. ---- .
Slave Queen" with I Anthony explslns. _____-- ---- -..
Darren McGavin Is guest star Steel. Cliff found himself In four "Saturday. Night at by Armando Trove)oll. "The fifth day I spend I'Otti//rl/it

In "The Intruders" for NBCs spades In a rubber bridge gameat the Movies' screens 'Rally The lyrics are In Italian' but taking lessons I want to bit pr*. I'
"The Virginian.\ He plays an Al Simon, eiecutlve producer ftfIsn Miami's Yarboro dub with Round the Flag Boys!" starring an ingeslnus Hue of "sub-titles" I pared for every possible kind of I morris restaurant
outlaw whose men take control Young's "Mister Ed" aeries 'I his regular partner defendlAg' \In Paul Newman. Joanne. permits the audience to follow role'

of Judge Garth ranch and ea the CBS Television Network, the East seat. Woodward and Joan Collins the aclinn when "Mr Ed': breaks for''
----- I 217 North BouUvud
threaten to kill I anyone who as product over SM television West opened the king of Long lines were standing at I (he summer Connie expects to ,
tries to atop them from stirring\ show.. j I hearts and Harry, who is one the ticket box long before this make a movl and to star In '' SUNDAY SriCUUi

of our fastest players, wasted Best Sellers show opened and It got good summer stock on the east coast I Round Roast Beef $1.35
lest..11......*'* "Italian n* time \hi overtaking his part. reviews from New \01'11' tough She' has few girl friends, explslning I Top . .
oWe king and returning the -- critics. I I"Rlllantlllll" ; ".'m a loner. and I $1.35
SPAGHETTI' deuce of dubs. C..I' be r"ul/ser w..A// now Is availableon I Ilk. It that way I Vwit think Roast Turkey, ..

50 Cliff paused to consider what FICTION an LP (Warner Bros. IKSi: a woman. ran have many dose Steak $1.25
I Small Club
THB OROfP Yap HnCsrtkr
Writ Mt Sca,Sake,Vb e.e mend was going on and) came to the THM VKSKTIAN ArrAIH H.l.. which Includes a libretto and friends you know the Mine II' e. It

.tter,Ceffet. I conclusion that Harry held the TH'M'IIHT'WBO CAMM I4 rnotfTHB biographical material. I Influence. There's so much competition I Fried Chkken $1.15
ace and one spade and was IT>LI> -. J'*. IXMT """Do. Doll)!I' Is another in this town I **'t .

ALL YOU CAN EAT . setting up a club ruff. THM ft ||*NAT ra UN TU*) MLU 4..* sturdy musical starring Carol trust the girls any farther than\ I II DI.... lxWlCaeks ;
II* also saw that he must Tea HOrS Of THI riSMCB. dimming. It la. her bent effort could throw toast j el tv*.*,*.,... .* *.. ..... sal Neared '

served UlM A.M. t* 1 P.... keep Harry from putting his MAN Marrli- J partner in the lead) with a run LIVIVI RKri r..r\ ,..... jreM Lee la 'Gentlemen Prefer spend my Urn with met. .--------
heart THN: WATSHOT SCAMuAL-J.O. Blondes." Miss (banning\ 'I -- -- ----- --
G & L Restaurant ..
Cliff saw a way that might ON Tl'lCK: MUCIITf" SSXRSTf en* of those unreplamnla-typ j
*35tethlessTsyslBOIIIFVARD foil Harry's plan. II. cashed TXgRV: I1lIT112Yiit: ) rt.wti THK s VtUJlTHH lingers like Tammy Grimes orMcUlt I
dummy' king of diamonds: rlORIT PusIhIMs Ban so the show I Ie all

overtook dummy's queen with test'.TMHCS1.. amtX: IrrtH here RCA Victor LSO10KT. j TV SALE !
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: heart. 'Hlia O.vds. British musical bated o* Mark
: TnrcnghToasdaf Harry won the trick with tile NONICTI Ma Twain.. story, Th* must I

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0'-f._ way to get bid partner hi the N. M'.ah.o.e1A5CAI. \has don a besoOfsi HIs THIS WEEK'STV

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PROGRAM BEGINS FRIDAY Pew.11 DEtANDnoiw41SUNN1W1: ._ ..SUMS_ AT,.MAIOM.,1714 charge? N sf, Y.rtservsHmi! art

I Cary Pale, Maderira Beach and ? 4''
Peter Hofue Ft Meyers Beach
Weekend 'For Parents Planned At Stetson : publicity, Lance Miller, Ft Lau I
I : denials; Joyce Del,ton, Chat I ,
lMe( N. C., and Joanne Field I
Jacksonville I
will be handledby
Parents' Weekend at Stetson I culty Lounge. of the Stetson on Saturday In niiabeth Hfttt ing. Diner will be la till: OHM., Registrations Patricia Dane)wer, Coral ".aMM. .
University three taw --wseit Uniwi budding at 130.: Alter a 1 p m, luncheon in the matt from 446: to !:$ p-tn. and Buddy Kirk, Sanfmd.
parent of ealkfe twH *visit I FRIDAY SCHEDtLE: Commas, parents are Invited net evening at I. there will beanother Other arrangements are being
the r>) Land campus te observe,* Friday evening they have the to an open house until 4 p.m. In presentation of the ep supervised by Douglas Fogle
the kind of life theft oXMprinf choice of the opera, "The! Merry the GUttfrt! Museum of Mln era,""The Merry Wives of Wtartmtt. ,and James Bltkelhaupt\ both of ,
lead, opens Friday aftfrnoon, Wives of, Windsor' ," at Stover I era)*. Men residence! hall will From I tit mtdnlght fraternities DeLand. llf s sr4I'
tod lasts through church wrv. Theatre or a movie "Breakfastat be open from 1 to 4 p.m", Wom will open their doors to Open houses! have been set up 1
.Ices on Sunday. Tiffany," in, the Union ,I en's residence halls from 3:30 visitors by David LaVoy, Jacksonville : r
A committee of Stetson itu Saturday merging, victor to I p.m., And sororities In the Sunday morning, students plan and Betty Sue Minkley Saraso- 1
dents Is arranging a busy week meet faculty jnembers during a Pan.Hellenic building !from 3 to to escort their parents to services U
end schedule to that parents coffee hour from $ to 11 a.mIn ; 4SO: p.m.R,1ce In the DeLand churches. The committee on faculty relations :
lay see ai many retell of Un!' the Stetson Union. Classroom Planetarium will give Student committees 'responsible Is headed by Martha : t, J
terslty activities,,II possible sessions will .alM:be open for showings from 2 to 4 p,m. for preparing the Pareats' may register bejln Saturday morning visits BAND CONCERT: Parents' Weekend! program are Harris, Oxford, Ca, Secretary
line at I pm. Friday, then Stetson Presklrnt'3.! OWe Ed A Stetson, Band concert Ii under the direction of co.chair. for the Parents Weekendcommittee !
Inset members" of the admlnlstra- munds will address an assembly scheduled from 4 to S:.30 p.m. In men Sandra Christian Ft. lau Is Kathleen Kentner, j
Con.. at a coffee hour in the Fa ef parents! and students at noon I front of the Stetsoa Union build. derdtle and James Brophy, Miami Shores. I


amataTArra Liftd'e4keRmtUvSAVINGS

PREPARING FOR MOVE Harry Dudley, fund raising chairman and Mrs. Rol-
lin Armour, president of the DeLand Museum, aren't exactly pushing the librarian
out of the old library, but they are looking forward to the extra space the museum
will have when it moves to its new quarters. The museum will be moved when th*

old library vacated, sometime in April)


sErlirs Fuser stars DeLand Museum Officials Tell Plans]


For Special Fund Raising CampaignA j

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FRYERSfliiniuuimmnnnmini special fund raising campaign directors of the DeLand Museum work of art to realize what a
to renovate and furnish has been appointed campaign need our Museum fills within
the new headquarters of the De- chairman of the fund the community of DeLand"
Land Museum begins today In drive to raise V>,000. Dudley also noted that the
DeLand. Dudley has called a meetingat proposed expanded program in
The DeLand Museum! former. 5 p.m. today at the Hospitalfor the new location not only will
ly the DeLand C It 11 d re n'. advance gift workers reach out to more children but
Museum, soon will leave a building "I feel very strongly," said also will fulfill the creative need .
LB on S. Florida Ave. and move Dudley,"that the Museum Is a ot teen! -ajers and adults,
t) the old DeLand Public Library unique community responsibility COMMITTEE MEMBERS
c: building on E. New York deserving the wholehearted Other members of the Museum
(WHOLE) support of parents, grandparentsand I board fund raising commit.
t Ave.Harry Dudley, administratorof Interested citizens. You i tee are Mn. Edward Holmes,
LIMIT-3a the West Volusla Hospitaland have only to see the thrill one Mrs David Singer l and Mrs
; WITH : a member of the board of child receives In making his own I Jan KossowsM Members of the r
$2.50 OR committee, ss well as volunteer
to residents, will solicit funds until
t ,: SPEAKER the goal has been reached. The
J special fund campaign! replaces! ,
I for one year only, the annual

Need For Vitamins Cited membership the fund will members All donorsto of
( I Dudley has listed the needs of
| } iHiiiiiiiiuHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiii! $ the Museum for the coming y u
Diets'More to $11,000. Renovation
aj amounting
l .. .. ', ,Ovciv'Inadequate ,
L : .. will cost 13:900, furnishings,
already has $3,600 as sav
tranqulllzer pills than I legs from prior gifts and a city
BEEF 5I'9FARMER HOT DOG BUNS vitamins today are prescribed, Rotarians by were phyalcians appropriation of $2400, leavinga
balance of $5,000 to be raised.
1 told Friday by a former CanadIan ,
pharmacist, who declared The fund raising committee is
w that fewer tranqullizen, wouldbe sending letters to past contributors
s needed .U the average Amorl asking them to "dig a little
GRAY SIGNLESSFRANKS deeper" for this special cam.
can s diet were adequate"But
2 PKGS 39 It font,"said the pharmacist paign. '
49 B Carman Inch a member o All contributors to gut year' S.
membership campaign' are Invited
Club and!
LB .. the DeLand Rotary
president of the Vltea Corp. to the annual meeting to
manufacturers of vitamins with be held at S p.m. March 10' at
headquarters In DeLand. Morris' Restsurant
ouiiniiniimiiiniimnniiinnniininnininiiiiinniinininiiiininn, nnninnniuiiniiiiiiiiiniinnuiii iiiiiini! "Until about 55 years ago' --
Inch said, 'heart attacks were
FLAYORKIST. ASST. FLAVORS. SAVE 10* seldom heard ot." But about that I WE MAKE
time, he added "millers beganto 1 I ALUMINUM SCREEN: '
remove the vital wheat germ
= from flour" He concluded that! To Fit All Sizes ef

::6 5 .ICE CREAM CALFROZE31 49' this dally Ions bread of Vitamin diet la one E from cause'11 oftoday's <' Doors and Windows

.heart and circulatorytroubles. Ke Abe _taU New
Wire In Old Frames.

A. He said Vitamin E supplies the league in the vitamin business. [Conrad Lumber Cow
10 body with ox}gen. It Is muchbetter Harry Mitchell DeLand business- '
.TYINIIl.QIa', seas: '* : STEW 2401 39UBBY he declared, to have the man, who has been treasurer ot .Hleklrat. At K.Pelawsfertue ..
::9tVf : CANBEEF blond constantly supplied with the Vltea company sine It wss 7M-44M:
uufbctentoxygen than to have It founded shout three years' alC.
administered under a tent after a
heart attack.
Inch believes that too many

i iiiDiiii'i F -Americans fear of atomic live constantly fallout, fear\in fear of WE'RE I I F

5 CAWS too much cholesterol In the diet. IN TOUCH .LEEI..l.L"
fear of tobacco smoke or insecticides. WITH YOUR
Much of this tear would be
abated, he believes, U more people DOCTORIn
Itw took a common sense attitude
uBBY'S..SAVE52 EACH toward living and paid particular our duties as puma-

,) : i 3I00iiiiiitiitittinimimttifmiittimntnnitiiiiiimuiiitti attention Diets today to their need diet supplementIng citts, we have frequent
1 h.but argues vital element because are perishable re contact with your doctor. ,

moved to allow l longer storage Ottenllepllonesaprescriplion .
and less spoilage. Vitamins from
: "any reputable firm" areat directly to u*, where
I! ar.BAR .+-- he
) value as a diet supplement
LADY FAIR ICED SPANISH 354 VALUE : : said, but warned against buying medication is wanted immediately

CAKE2* ;I. .-.nltA : "bargain" vitamin or vitamins Or perhaps he .
1HIOWI1S IIHII STAMPS from questionable manufacture may need data about a
I ------ I
.a ICED NUT 3U VALUE s } uer PAIR sash SAKES. en.Every person. Inch said needs recently introduced drug.

aNIrIEte1810 lMJIIrI'InUaLI1III1D> SWEET" IUMSr2'c l----------APPLE PII ,.J the sound following eyesight and vttamlM delay: of A-for aenU Sometimes tre call him, to

VI !.- J4 4---.-_ Ity: B Complex for healthy confer over a detail in com
nerves; C-for fighting Infection: .
D- for sound bones sad C-for pounding your prescrip.tion.Orhemayhave
i iIIlIR1111411III11111111111111111111111111FII11IlIHEfE'IEF\ "F1111 l l l l l i I I Is healthier hearts.Supplemental askedus

s : vitamins art for tome patient's past
lot necessary Inch said 11 you
FANCY RED BLISS eat enough of the right kind ot 'prescription record. _
III:5111111I111I1. food grow on the right poll"
; but he quoted statistics to prove "'JatevtrtJteocca.sioDyoU .
POTATOES that only 33 to 52 per cert ot the -
[ population are getting enough can be sure we&working \W!
vitamins tram their food.
o closely with;your doctor.
t Before he began his b1lJItb
5JM Introduced to RourUns his colCanrrr This is teamwork that
I Kills Doctor ,

ST. LOUIS. No. ttTDDr.
LB Isaac Dee Keflejr Jr.. 75. aproaninet Smith 2I'UJJe
1 e. .'. . St. .Louis) physician
who figured la a kidnap ag sad ED y
.,. c rsnaorn pot ta the inot, died..

:. & 1 EuniNir4friEF11E1l,1NIFIPiiHni1tir11N110f111111111sirfr'HE l 1 :I 11NII+ II IIH II II ll III IU III III iniiiniiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiiiin'" 0" Friday.1 WIt bug-Wd cancer.KeUey eight. days

for hi IXSt alter being
AVE.- ; 235;WEST NEW'YORK AYE. ktdnnpedL ransom Tare men received I I 1M Ner. helewrd Pie" st
.FOOD FAIR T.346.EAST.NEW YORK StTZHTS prima terms tor the plot. v r'r'R

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45 YEARS I NorthtNd Voloaia I

and Actor I Fourteen Large HomesitesAt ROY FRIERSON'S, INC. SAYS:

Visit One Of CentralFlorida's

Birthday ,t Butlnasi Neighbor BARGAIN PRICES! 1 "Look inside a room air conditioner

PIERSON ....... Most Beautiful before you buy !1"

Party Set GROCERY STORE Terms bf Owner Homcsitcs-! ROY FRIERSON'S, INC. OPENS UP

LET V* KB-HA HDL* Hh! Dry Lend City Street ;

Plaelon TOIR aurr TnOL.,*t co.Announcements. AH City Utilities I SchMliChvrtliii 'i tt Rolling Acres EstatesNORTH

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Sa. fl.i.irt Curb
V I Lad sad F1 Weathermakers for proof of quality !

DeLajid: Post 8. American W Oranji Sad CriBifralt Trees III All lilt II/ Phone 734-4307

) tioa met recently at Letrton .IO LACK and WNITC. 1 AL1IATIAN -
: tnal, 1h i t/151 B.
In 011)
Hall Commander Beverly Blols /oht' RK\\ \ll' rt_ ;141111: :. l/i Mil to Inlmtaia 4 Highway Inlerckuge

presided LO'T pr. whUn" )J..'.r h.'. nsf.In. ; '....rllli In the maJini. cnvi.lMtn.
.... :,rr Oran. a"d Mln. Aiiriciira Suburban Community
Blois II(I'
lean reported that the Amrr **,. -PILOSTBn,,,,,,--".n,", rr h..' I '' Strut llghH tmti Sir,.?, lar| tats
Legion birthday party celebrating
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I bNrk m.h.IMok l
Its 45th anniversary _.. ..tnrn S..I. $.rutr,, Phone Owner Lake Helen 228-2350 I far yew pew. end. Modern H,aiI .

will be held at Stetson Union card and Dktern nr".taIUlu. I If I TtM .
.. I'hon. 76{-:631 ."* I Iftautiap
March a: at I:30pm.

A filet mlgnnn dinner will be J 1n..e1h. 0 INSPECTION INVITED o I II i "BaUa..

lerved! Reservations' mint be l
I .
hade in advance. Tickets will SMART -

be $2 pr person and may be secured .
Blois PEOPLE KNOWI! ". ....... ............ '
from 734 6283: A4?. ,
Irving Russet 'l3C.4023< *'Jlm.or< PAV1NA rmir Mill promptly kaaaa : ELECTRIC wramo : IS Ayalkaca teaBhtef n Map T. laea
: _
VlreinU TutwUer, 773.3370; Past C nor 41DATZcalYsur Witt Mat a : AND REPAIBS I ULUBTBWaaktra"PUANCII ItBltnoi W, ;: ." .,

Commander Pape 7344717, and pal monthly' paymaa.t with s Iwo a IVywa Ran,.. LOANS TO $600
: H. M. LI G GET T CALL ., .
Jerome Newman TJ4-337J: ; FLORIDA LOAN CO. "BIO JOriN" Ill-tUt" Cajmp ( TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS

H18IC'GROUPThrough : 126 lUrtk. l.iil...< ,
It ,
111 5G:. Indiana' !'hnn. Tu-un 11tat..t-t. Regal FINANCE CO. INC
the efforts' of Jim I...... rep t" $505.Va : ,.... a 4-Xt3t I\i rsd, Nn".. owsN far Reme Pelks

and Vtfzlnla Tutwiler Who mad Cleaner Service ...... .. ...... ....... .Ar.I.'TINQ IRIS: F-IiTncAT sad I'A'n w: GIVEN RANOINO IU L ..... 1'1111.. TII..I" o 1ItM..... >iHs.trIN tlmunaM pfav .s artrsmaetoil..

the arrangements music will REPAIRS and ."1'1'11.' for all A'' AI U.II.... 714-11'1. U4..1" 1 UPUI' '! W\lik 11 rat Ump.ratur. controL .
be provided by the. m a k 5 anrludtnp RlMrolnn.C1an.n J Peraaalls fttwraac
Beach Famous FourT This Daytona aold. Fhnaa til-ITIS. MORPHT Mr 3lLL' NrwJPRS 0 T.......-... ran moves mora str at 10BO rpM than ewwa*.

croup CIO YOU KNOW q let. mow caoDng aM at a wry law
Is a number ef) Sweet Adelines, OftKHH QUAUTT MARKET ar maklnc ca....... r..tach.n -- SIRS AUTn IM-1131 J
Inc. the women's counterpart ofPEBSQSA. IAlhal.nn.n. IK JO'h".h.. "..7 Tall '14.lltl al ano. II ;; -1A4 N RIVD.PR., sound (aval.m .
m.k. ".I"'ln". hom.mads "hili! pore ... mtwi Austin Combs is the ,.1... JAMES CLARDY": 0 | *.rator e'H with (acre 192 sq see
dir' ctor. iffVi-'til; p.;. wwifrn rlnnLLL. JBOTDLBRft.: III 'TREiNDITToN HOUSE"COLORICHSMt1 extOl eoollni at lower op.raanl cost,
.....,. at Twtaa Oroo Prlua. N. BLVI 'IS A GOOD FLAGS CO.c. ORVRnat. n1APRANSn:
Commander Blols read two t>wn. :11 F. from. A... rum TO TRADE. .. 1'1' N. 5114, Ph..715154 o Lttatlma a. yttyrvna ewtdaitwU Merits will MV f ttt
N. BlTtl, ... Wlroaaatrk
letters of fr.* parking: .....wBTOsr""oSo wkaii t.
from Paschal C Reese, OMCTHINO.I NSW I- alnd 0.4 I..onm.' nnaldrr Its rn4..raIn RE 44444 11 Mtrt.. .-ia| tttt rust M wrroda.rHrmaixat .
Department Legislative Commit.tee. : JXP PANCAKE Hhailra tn pa.1.i I,1 Braan whltaa tha .djitlnlnf. ,.", m.. an than .
AI.L YOU CAN EAT JiPONCB i .and.twnml. .III ... an aura, \I" flow NpUdoeALITEE PLENTY or rARtma o wsk.kls'Otto! nmevtt dual dirt. poDon andotritr
The first 'dealt with H. J. nriroi: : UPRIMIS aoL a KR s. III i f: rwcRCM "ah 3tARTnANRS'
Resolution 9, rho". RE I-tit* '. na.toualnr'b a.. krt roft ...t I-e eontamlnanti for claanar atmospKar
osinq Irniip
pro P : an
Amendment to the Constitution VOUN smirch and. "'.or.....( ....r mn and ralaaSIM 1450. the h. I"flo",. .h.".. that art a* Torn H nm. \l.t'rf'A.1,.INPRi.ANO o 1cIMttWII....M,.1, 11II_,rf. control lands air ""Y'MfIItrllltlt -
a 'flat with fwnUklnsa. > IS
UIWs Ndp'Yhbd.h.de4URVIv
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H. II rnamlwra ra h r\\\\ *nlr Truv.I-Tnaspar .
JI left.
I'f'm'littin'Oiuntary: prayers In t..nll hoc ... k'(r. mt ....1" N.11..ri. :.1Aaa 'Awrlalln.A4 "...I 734-3111 out ewe HIM It

fubjic! schools and other publbf ,ji,li,r 01 a "r.. ... Oara Takla. NTFD A TACATIOHLTSTKK DeLand Paint & Glass Intwviw.n, part II", o BalawetMl'rt e.rtr.1. Mv HT' atttlnt for utmost
Sapklna. 50050 se for tr aaHumrlra.
In the toiled ir .. TRAVt "ICRTtCHHtrvtna1 a...nm*..11M trNphnne" an p .. ...t., raduetkni.
places States TIle Sir,.. No mn.rr .......001. .. ... DaLanrf Hlnra IS4Stil .. R. 1'. PARTIN OWNII "'. rail 4.I.rv ill. hour. '* Live Stock eoollni etpadty and 1.1" for humidity
House Judiciary Committee, bus Ann. Wade. Ikparlmaat151AD1. N. BLVD IRON7344351 u. W. 11.aats Mlo" n..u Hah' Itihiol' .ct".IID'. Kntotra.:
rfu.d to :bold puhllc hearingsen lynikliurira H,M,," ;N._K.....111.. Taim. _
SALLVl Coma hark T." raah 51. fad I Ocktalt 1Iahg Srmn-aU Car MATUSI M"ilt--=- W; 31 For complete proof-comelal!
the prayer Issue and Con ... the hraullf I iw c.....- T< aaala -
O nMnnflnr Sot h.ndlrA if pans la>.
Mum Nairn
rrewnan Becker, the orltnallI'trndul'f'r. * at II....." Ptnnr Crlan paw MIMMV DAV N....,. Wa.* Pat 4 hour' a .u.. an4 ara ahl aa<4lllll PINS 000$ ass eALSO ... M.s .O.a '
LOG CABIN to arh. .
| Avnn
has Initiated Daycharge In Oran (' Jotin Can 'II ,
is lly rtillil I m to4* a m. taanllac. 4.1.31 5 55
arnlnt "partnnltr
: Petition No 3, Wth! Con OFT LIQMTS. Sort Muala.... RaaltrNat Ill R. Kr. 7I4-7JM ar til_4IM for j'mi. Pnn Inl.rtl.w, >* p11.( Lru.. 7M W, Ml.. ., pa 4.5551OITalIO I ROY FRIERSON'SHeating.

;Pain 'to bypass the House Ju. To Renew Relations a ..llit hsnn* ataaka lTa. .Span not t a m. to aiir U L'AV' four .hl'''.... al lXJIlirlNuraarv 4 Wra M. Kraao-a M. Pan M.n!,a snow. ..,.,. .0. 1553 DACMSMUNOS. :'
aekanl waafeRafaraneaa. .
c"'hrv Commuter and bring! II tllSnlpht. \orrt M cnI.t maMka |}>. A J. Piarkar. P.>
.m.t..f til / *. AIX : tin. .
lilt K. floul T r rtiana iraunil rlaiiaaram workornt Uprtnaa. _
3. Resolution 693 to the House CAIRO U.AR (UPD-Tht ,d, m lit k* MMI 1 Air
for n vote United and Morocco TO ll Arab Republic Whirl tf Dies Johaws Mtataurant ".". U ... ;x..t. ,11t.... ,
All Leyionrmlrrs and those who announced Friday they _,r_Mhaal.0uALselto .

believe In kreolng God \In m rtchnoli wriuld resume diplomatic rela. HOT IUNCHM...!'AIT." COLA HOMES "/ or"ict won(." M .Incorporated

and public life ar. asked tioni which were fevered last Sandwlthra and. Kr KIP h DonulaKOOPN Til n....... Ct. Photo TI4-HII work TvalnB In aal.. orti,
if writ" their ronTcsKFrnn t< I.' 1h..r': :" ..n-I't:
i October. 'iN.i' YTH'ij I'IMTLUNrii! IN Building Contr of Oaiwral of I a .
lien Discharge Petition No. 3Volunlatis TOWN. AT rniffs TO SIT ::.rain1t ul i>tmr. l>r>lnB Irl: ,I .1 Artkba Fw We .
r. and vanlrs-l.. 1515,4, irFACKAOS.
should write to Conrressrrmn FREE ESTIMATES list 5. .?11,5,1., I" work Soma.
A S. I 1608 K. Street N W Washington SITS. .....k.n" Tr.nrpnrletln n...... 41 Aftkdehe We I Ion ASPHALt PAYING
D C. 20006. DELAND SUNDRIES Mar Ba Laaa Tba. In Thlak p." PI55M all, loll.. 1I.I.h.t tl.p-off
House Office Building Washing ilia N BLVD. Phona 71tTllHAMHl ,...TIOI IM $olarrHW.. .pp.-lnltn -a;Dial: Maw a*..> aaaMlaraial ..n4..IIII. ftr |ls tank
.. lU MEMaR.' .ul, aa ; eta Tataata Phor JOUI! 1'1""mo TACaLRA
ten, D. C. : x Tutwller 'IVtrR.: all ,,,. WI,. llaT J. E. BURKE >ay, laa. 'l'
1 slee Commander : ; RAY L1NKOVICHr
A" BKhK. -
membership chairman reported ad, P. RLY S.$0T .. pen fi( aaa R.'...n.*... Nn $ ... ....... "clIO
The second letter asked LegJortnalr _, : 'nMT'Uf"TOa .....01.nn 0".wr1, Wr55.w 11p1tIarlo i'. ......._, It, fit\ V. Ba there were now 145 paid .......... ...... .. I Ij
upmembcn. .
-s aM their friends towrite ... ICI ell.AM In Pars mTiMATira N. Jln. -I _':h. ". ,.. 73wpuaaAN. 7NrtAT*.Li tirV'nAfT. r;;ru EM M w Tar* A*.,
and R.nans 11..11' .t the
iMiiiiii :
.their' Congressman asking HIYP.N1'ROMN l : Ill t. Blvd. T.O".NIIOIQ .. akla rMiiafta P.ISMY
thin mention: Riots reported on the' trials ofthe "......... Isrr.R aplaNl. .y*r II ..r.f..A .. turrtftrkla* |..... TRADING POST
II A. ...... Cask..... .M.1 wwnlna .n45. .
: ViU? !. you! support and vote OratntVal Contest held ,in NAMSUNOR. .... IlIllllaRITRt1..'. .1.55 IS .., Pknaa_tM, .ina ..<. $4 flee s ApOeues .
rmvnrn I. ri
RRa.r charlla 0. S.5 aif> i> alp Uni.I Suai't
for Legislation to. Ilhrraliwi and Daytona Beach! Friday. Sandra .' to aP'R .. ;: 'u1Lro5IMCTION. Rr "ft..V.1Itan'lt
Utu '
"r N. Am.lla and M 3'h.N Mll ..J'Rr'R" 1 r*.""* iwMlHirNTBOi U 5'u. fl Sr1. Cnlif, Ptalrprafntaratar. .
rtrenrthen the 8lstlnl': Pension Home was' DeLandi representative -TT/.ITSWHPN<. n.-"I 050/a. JoIIIW HAMPSNIRS M.t" ..hna"wnmaalthl Sntlnm: Pt'.:.. JI'i; >. 1'54. .. B n. aiwi:: a\rl'mir. .frM44a :r : SED- ('liB.T TiPS ratMXB.: :
i.. ;
Law for War Veterans"' vicTTim rooD la achiKr alan Hart timaaihiar Ira Alc.l. A a ur l Ih5 k of 5'r.nhpp"Pnp'a Haiiauraiifk .
aXRVPn.iAr Raaannakla Prk ..: .;jivnia W. SS an* Nsaa nuHia f4..:7par ., $74.50
Thin refers specifically to ,IL BloU presented a pin com ., DOMIIIIICKI Will a rra M. 201 Air c... i N.Rtrq'CALL 5047t5 OTtncit BaptalMI t>w. .laMxKiaaia .

R 1927 ,. I mctnnrative of the 1964 NationalAir 'OJ H. .......... U. Help l W rtt t- Wa ." m,.. "t'o1.13.riaiMMBoulevard
Senators; Spessard L. Itntland Mall Roundup to Tutwllcr lor 7344221WB Appliance Inc. a adsAL5550A151 I "

end George A. Smathrrs, Ronald participation! in the A trial 1 hasty ParianaCAUTV BPBOIALIZM m (rftvicnraHoneycutt MIN,': WAMTID. to .rlva r'a.>nH>. au.. $59.00
ll n ilpmrnt ma I IS liM4
a-i rcr:
Off i If Building Washington Roundup Similar pins went alse ( If_" h a T 4.17 damp lenah. Pa IU p I M. SOLD HOME
C. tall Com' Vrlitar NlatiUiTJ4I7U .- Electric Co. l:nk.vkk, UJI fa N.w T k-, .. ...,
D hould be asked for an providad for the _. 1 fufnirtal ...1... ... riiwai r wm n drop FRIERSON?
answer to the following queer wander Charles J, Otis and er 114 MIS.Swlmmbf Han-ark II Mimtrlaal_ A..let .. M'j;:;.; kHltk4B T 1144 4 S.alh. labia. land .. :.4 unna *nh
DIAMOID;; Ida aihara In kraal ON pnVLCVAI5
lama TMB
krlrk rNaN| : Ionia >inlra4. PHN4I si 'laan vstuai' .
Blols bah l'. .kin, M4.47IH ruHrlaf/ rkalra fnr Ml .." wsa arrr. .a..... std a>!4Birr P* Pn5
tlonWffl! and SOON 1Mr.'Nn" /mairklni ..h..... a4s **' Tv S rhl" AaMnl*! i3N' ai.... 4-Ph51.M 1,4i-5111
von support vote for Past Commander Pant reportt ) e < .
i t MAN WANfatt IwMla laknrartIKiial .... ".' .. ITa ar r l' Sis.hn1.t an* B.isTkanaa. > .
R R 80(19( a bill prndlr la the t on the Flag burning Ceremony liraUILD that t...r .0! akla la work, 1M4 WllLVt Jllr> Mr-kuli. INaal ..'HHai.Nai *k.l...a, "I 4 M -"' Ll> .y/.r
Senate Labor and Public Welfare ;of 'the County ortmlzailoitheld ,..d,. for warn ....,,,... Call IT'S GOING TO Bti HOT Aanl"I:| N Mire.l Uaa4armornlrtff .."",. 0.... "...l lr>* ....t,., rhlrta lad .It.a |......, >: r Ia'1',
111..!IS a n. aid for rra4.f Nmenu.n l..1. FLORirA I/JAM" }150 ".n aa SI, Oran 4 flip, f> Uii4 Oaa A Aaauartra .
Committee to provide atnuplng at the Denary Post Meet TA1U IP NOW IT rt 1X1. 114.1411wa Hr It,II la Na* rnrk AsS. ... jOla. A'.., fkaaa 114-jStl
Ant J.-OXDIT1ONINO BintVGREEN'S ASSISTANT. .. jlual aipaal awl II ft Mnrlh. aur
ArmtinKnl l arum.
home care program In Ing on Teh 21 and announcedthat A See & AcceaertaIFIRESTONE I..". ,....,.". Ina15.tlon. CUT A an THKNAI Pelt... vial la f.aaii4.lln OralMMHfe. 4S( .NI.e .......laps
"PI' .
the Veterans Administration"Both the fUtpmiMMMlv ntliiCHUT .
next county oreanlza- (ar s.N.4'ph.Ma AIJHI. 4 MiMPIPTr] ..
of these letters should I b ton will be hold In De- TIRES FUELa7vB f a* : 'o:t' f, Intn) ft mti r Pi i MMIS i 111 rri I imTYNERSIIARDWARE I
> meeting 54". ,, ; .,:' IM, ptlt l aaaaiaarlari OP OKAWIM M Vrrr. f'nr1lT1l'1l'
lent immediately!<< and answer Lund Legion Hall on March 30. 71/,111 4, td511., pa. 51' 4 T *' U, lilts Inl.. .' '5. AI. ....
voTrr .
wRSRa : :::.. ills .. II 1 A A"a" "...i Hi Vfelal ft"KORAN'S. ....
received should be forwarded to Paul V Woollevl cnndltlna, GOODYEAR TIRES TILE N1,7td5RR: $ fiur milena la S.-s.. N. -Kl-4 plwaa t4-IMTrtsci ...... fl. ..J Pa

[{ the NtthnM) 1 still critical sithough -. .. MAN WAltT.Oh...... swtaeapata MA -
) LrcNatlve Com was reported as 12500150II ; Ilf'I\13 HIVL ;
BATTERIES CALL .. .tl Watt,,. Pmt. MiTIlAND : : ;
A ,
I' .
All. I .
rrls'Ion somewhat Improved. DELCO .
The American Legion : ,?. 'h'. Ii,. CW."I. ,?.nnqM4) CTitrrf'uan7VOLUSIA # J'LIt. I 5'h4 731.7401 rupNirvae Ca
rr. .n.r t
:l -- AL ADAN$ aN"'t, 4TATlOr I l< t" i.. ,.aarat, I.rnl aa : .._. Now art pnaaa Se 4atnUSED

161 .. LVD, PHONa 11351 ROY FRIERSON'S, Inc. v-/ ,," A.w; t....y aara./, ::ll .h4,n FEED STORE 55 1451 34-It.i'L,] n,4 4."pbI.," turarw ..45Si5" SPECIALS

,.. .. iraa.... r'nr4n/
< M* In ""r """ w H4 MM4 Ilion
11. .... Tn f.... HEATING )I...." Set *"f. Nlmana, I4' a Amalia e'a ret rkaaa nrca 114.IMIBUY1. !.> haler .110lor... ..a4r Apo 111a
"iMM ,.. ... ..... f
5550145. : p nli kair 4>rar A. / tn' iii'iaiol-'f\i.; \ .;. :1115HA
AIR CONDITIONING {nat. fkp. N.pM, .Na3A ''l
Halaa n.mkkndna" MarrlwIfn ". ,11' : Pne .0" MTCNNA1
/ $ ,. .
W phrawHilli714aaaa 17 hassleRI4l'SDTAt1.ALtSMAN t "" N "
M4p WearasVMas i.NSI ,1"
rial .
.tS -
SHEET'METAL WORK SELL-TRADI / IJ 1 wll> '>" .... .f At
Itaratl'1" PMT r A42.fa.liv2ati I'H A* KftiHiaalat.4 IIIss il Uhairt
lilt TM-MII TmAimxn
snarTT L rN/d n- ....t.t. it'.rrtn'iju .. ,. ..... ... \ 'S
ell pklk< IH ...
B *
RDwaan fU"IP.t..nUII, 4 far. "' amp Mflcan' r...U..r"tarrr YD. PWa>a BBt-ISM ('..... a'..k fna4i:" AKC H.4 I ... ."- r...'" ...... ... I' .. '"
M. M. fcLTD. rHOKSJ IM. SIS 11 PiR110e1pCOTTIO t..... .. .Maar4a, lUaltw, hi.i rlol ..M.N ,...'. IH.Mil arm f..... ..............

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Business Services 2. HAND OAN1550 sit..RaI ...'. Mm55. ........ 4N
Tee isd
aa4 UIM Trll * aaacooat se WE ARE LOADED rua IMDELANO. HARDWARE 1 U' RPM _.....,-.. .

II SatcU' Serrfceano. 111 1letiaORn e4:1fJ11,./: IAP4TTR0 H4TM II* K Mmilataril. P ... TI441IIPrtoaa. So-tel) furniture .

WATCHSI, MAMO RPPAIR. a W. PAT1 t 44l44WlCL .M .I 11 M PN :: 1'tIT( 4APRAN000r1p.a ;
: SelKrtloi 01 A.P ;.15517' '
Largest .
4TOVMKU. X IoM I.Rw Jon TOO SMALL i "'''0'''.. 5pa.m n.alIC's
tact A.., ,.,.... n..lITft_ Ne1Na TOO LA HO r:, CALL a ..50a.; r ha... rxiraa Aaaaoal" T 4a..lfilK S NN4 PMa m-4.4t

AIMTIMO, aiCPAIMa.aramiry George Vining<< Roofingim A4.IN. '* *", USED TV'SIn ad CM A IJ" MB ftaWisaraHaarrla I
f": Used Furniture
< tall ., .4.IIU W11'C IIR :'ViMflCH: 1M Wall/N5Wa R05NM area' Bargaljftii ,
t .. I w.._...... 111.5111 ; : e.Ms4 ala4 :Z" ;Jo" ::
I''S.e734.47J4Ta i
wok .. ,.. I M 'lIr, .ID: semi
n hN...awM the Dt Land Area ar tit.444_ "/N '
Sharpening Service It 1dish-ias..... Two is/wll' IPWI CIS,yhIth11N I ,,''''';' u).>_ .._",_... ..
..., artaann a.4 ad lasts. ALf..rflfM or """MA'P'IP.." 4t>4ir4>f.a.p w :Cp.V. 'r'-= IY.. NRi''awlrr 10. .1
Ott'k 10')0110"1 I:'''OlltllC''T': 4-17TABLE '"MODELS prf ""Pi BM a.5NWilt
O. F. Bloebaum r Tlhla p45,0 Trap '
1"1 a New rob Ara 1141m11A GET '! f15(1r't.1 n'
HH w. Clmrrli PKaaa 114.510 INTO w. IHia4M" P..* ( ia11Mr; = '
.. flair C.N1rtap a assets. n. 5 .ir PORTABLES: TNB lr: A.H 'Ui>P |.l': 'k.rb. *i"rrT... 5 3455

151 1. CIVIL SERVICE WORK ". .... "'..... -' ::;w a'l-R 5.0.4.fro"4CYla. ._,154 M

7'.21" TABLE MODELS '1'1'1ARa O4-I Nnrrenr / po "' .... ,.
Culligan WaterConditioning FLOOR SHOW ......WOIoll... || aa4 v... ..aa pI" IVkm .S.rI Ia3n, '''''' C'AtrAi'm'Ita: 1 n
.1kr DAILYAMMSTTtOMr ** N 'aki pap m< 4 k i"a. 44. Itt a. awN,4) (a.ttf
tiaaaaMirt Ptaaar* kpa h.SN 4.21 CONSOLES jJS "
I.t.v" pow ti/-ITM ) KVMTTLS1AMPKIfAN >* p for l*..l. .'.>. *IM f..4.r4 41 A. Jeviftry DM.WATCH ., h/itdYliaHllfani'/ JJrAttt
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M* N, aorxoAar, m fM-'Nf vane I A.nn w5wA.4 EASY TERMS
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To Every PreacripUoo *>- Sxpraa. 5r. .. I": :;:: f:1415'5t'C C4MN YwWtH I
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WE ADD SERVICE 'i'al, ,s 345, k.: <....:.-t... Ma4* .M1 i i,: .

suit PkanuaMt* ta4> aara ., pasriams'lM > {it7 :. it... .... parkM4 Ki.r, 114-HM I brother Furniture C*.

.aa4. aa ...a>r .. J4 PruNa W P.b11NMAx SIGNS FOR SALE ---I. II lit A art Ptaa TlllrllU
an. kla w l. k.B aorlwIN 44 ..... A,.%SMM I
CUB w's'SasdO 11Taa rcrrr HEAVY CARDBOARD ..
MnkBlACCORDION ...... 1
rfldnfi ships and a medieval castle won awards for there ...I M at .M Pkapaiiiy.p ra.wt..Salo as 1w54.., ran.a ... 3 J L faa aarsdoNoIJes We

L Cub Scouts at tM annual Pack 59 Blue and Cold ban- "aa... r0.N rates I IRS.341344_ ___ n Saes, I. taa11 15c :Each I <>. Haw I wads
MO MU "' BM4.
50440 Pw4. Par FRIERSON'S. ,I H4. 1 axirltaa. r0 |M4 will
_*nuet stated recently at the Stetson Union. The project 5.55 54.M. A.A51.1 aa foapaaiaa. ItM ar has ./!.
VOLUSIA EmploymentIaPClN i ;.. ; r: AM tae 100LaVaaD"OMs ... .. .
ere made from "'rnius Kits a apply of tpcifieatertals 'taw Wakrnaa A.-r" t ..BURNETT FINANCE CO. .r.i; 54. H... OffV': RR, 4anId L 11". ,.- .v ma asa II. .
each k member with iiutnicttfjns to Itt W Wad PWa tS4-ltSI I be" .a .. 54 4.415_ --
pac /. ,j, -1'JaA :ito
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the banquet<< as ...lp ad/44I .*.. II .. Hw.i 4ALTAe
object' tor presentation at I U'4NS TV laaaa* < *M 5 era !
sc.a 'ate tome CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL .... ... I
I ".. l. 4.. n.. II..'t It, MII Kl PHTSHaITU rroaoiA.. rrrnroHOWDY'S _
." sp scouts have about a month to turn their i ideas into CHAIRS APPtkAtSOOS NOW ..... ..... 1114 S. ALA. 7340872Loans I .. .r J..i ..f.taiK* (aa Ms KMtrK: R
-. shipbuilder Paul Stafford third po .wear. 1.55 .- ,.a5 1--- : ''.A a>M *,. MS la. KW &. '
5u Icy Standing are M.mtM..a irv raw M. 45511. > Ml Ma*. i YoLsou'sW III W U+MGIUPIANOS
'a + to ICOO NH14I4.M
1 FOR RENT OR SALEBorden' #.o' r
Winner. and Tom Reichenbach, lint place winner. 1" w :.. hat, a. 151a Mk M to 74I a 54,

!ing is second place winner Robert MarshaL (Sun Lta Ier Dru Shop ..a '''''' Mans Wi ails 5.I.... I. ""' p 9W'MP114N IIUIIe mIllPA"
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ClIIEN HaUSEToday e race _

2 p.m. to 5 p.m. r ; :

Country Club Estates : .' i if

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201 East Pennsylvania Drive <. I'

.. 2 ltdroomi 2 Tile laths Concroto Block Shingle" Roof t0j:. :: :

Largo living Room' end Itdroomi large Florida Room' I I'I

: twill,'In Iltth.II'Dining Art Awning! Windows Ducttd OH Hut

3-T ii L.lllltx Cinlril' Air Conditioner Fully 'Insulated

Separate Utility Room large Covorod Polio Double' Corporto

Nice Front forth Double' Circa lot Well Fenced

Mnch Will, 110 Feet Dot* Underground Sprinkling System In Front Yerd!

UNFURNISHED. $18,900 FURNISHED. $21,000 rI I


,2225 S. Volusia Hartsock Realty Phon. 775-3332

Orange City Day or Night



AUCTIONTODAY M more I Starting Monday At 9 a.m.-Ending Tuesday At 9 p.m.-Open All Night! .

r An Kinds MercbaadilllFABRY'S, of 1:30:Houithold, p.m. Apartment IDEALLY LOCATED Homes We r Must( Move 36 Used Cars NOW r !

Nest To Stetson Onlvoroity) We're leaded With Good, Clean Used Cars And Need The Room Desperately. ., .

AUCTION BARN Beautiful One Story Come On Down For The Best Deal Of Your Life! Save Nowl!

125 North Boulevard Court One and Two-Bedroom Apartment Homes I

47 Iadl.Tol.vislai T alt II'II the enjoy other the ouutandlni private Recreation frituref of Am these and PRICES SLASHED TO ROCK 1963 RAMBLER V-8 4-Dr..Sedan

Apartment Homes.

TAFV EQUIPMENT! REPAIRING RK'TlRDEHM: -rlLtE21)-- MOVtHMOJEflOmi Priced From '12,500 To 15,950 BOTTOM LOWS !! &(JNPAlE4 4'Heater.Tranimhslon ,$1,79S

18 OUR
GUARANTEE WHAT W. Tou'U ban tho advantage of a condominium. .

REPAIR and ; Homeitead Xiomptlon.JJL r


toe W. RICH PROMS "f.n.-. Sea "' M" 1960 DODGE .


ELECTRONICS 135 West Minnesota Ave. DeLand, Fla. 60 Wagon 4

J. H. Gordon Jr. Offici on Property Phone RE 4-0620 .

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D&H TV. ,.foil DEUJCDOIIDAJ( ) SUN NEWS SUNDAY,MARCH 1.1964 Tudor ,, .

4Uaea L.nn.rl1 Standard Transmission Wagonand

I tall /.utlIa. Hurry Phone Hanaeem 1I4-IIMI '1 A.eftm.a.H .ULL. Haaitr. '63

--- Automatic Tranimlisien
HAN I roam .,., fiirn, DOZING
YOUR R.C.A. VICTOR Ailulta ".1,. U7 N, Amtlla. .A,.,. .
DIALS fall 7I4-447J afl.r I pmUFLtX DUG $595 AMERICAN

ELECTRICIteprdrs APARTMENT I twil. ; LlNI $595
:CALKINS room, Oils Hth. >1'wnl.h.d ph.FURNIOHKD .
114.4524. HARLAND FOGLE JR. Hardtop
714-MN: .
On All Makes first .floor afrlelinr "
aparlmanl al aa ,.to. town and /61.FORD Twin Floor Stick .
II i ot dlQ&T.V.I I ut on r.mni.;. CkU Mix W.15., T. ,, .
St. 114-115 l aRM I,1. '- H Imfoou. Rotate, U ._ Air OndltUmad, Sold N.w for 2795.001 .

Color T.V. Specialists ; FURN ..Aft aaar "'''ft'.I1'''alffnr '.''. 1a Ridlo i Hester.x .

BaM U4 larrlca lot Curtla MAIN ia4" ( I'r:.., '; '4.t/1.sitdMICI V MMfn :'1'I' FOR lot ,CRASS IHII, .lllt.m.n l>l. for efla sited;'7'tar.: 1795 '62

mir 'ry 'M traitor. ..I.. ?71.1110nr
621 S. BOULEVARD /hllonnl.. disieI.' .AF54Mc nth. ..'.AI.nJ ..., 1110. 995 I

>... III 4-UM I'I' Rnoma 117. rr..r.hl 5.4-. nest LOCATION fop 01....'..... at.Inraar 1 RAMBLER
.. ... dxmralni'
I Ph. 7M-NM7. or any pmf.a.
atonal' ..p kiialnau:; .. Jxiwnlnwaeffica
MIO.FIBRUARV' ZKMTH 'I'r..... IFFICIINCV Amrtmanl. ..I.'rl.kltrh.n. or ....r., ra...ontbl'., I..... Sedan
In Salai Cunnlnajkam rirmnnaRtnra mit.r *n4 lint walor rkana. JUC 4-4111 daya..
."l W. Rich M. 714Mlftt
riiriii Hi| 'nr month' ln-
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al dlaoitunt prim. rhnn.. TX-Oi'l .,.., I m, Real Estate
rlu ..7afai-i '
I lltte B. NICI I Rests furs art, ...nt., 58 Radio and Haaiar.
of Sown II.....".",. tint to per.
4f fewer I ."...t Rued' 't..... fllIUITiAND >.' N $50.0V.
TOWER klPWF* BALH "UIINI.HaD punt ...11.... 111.Im"In FORDRanch 1095 :
.1tivirsevpRMAN .' at weer or II' C OULLIYIDILDRR :
.rllnn RA or riNic: HOMESCALL. .
ICOOTWJ" III: ...", Wagon
K' w rwrniMX Wagon
"\ W..t- MIs.. 'ala PIN! MONTH sat Imams from I
"urn. Ann.ranita III.'''.. Automatic Transmission
luau II .... P...... III .."., Plll.. IIa .tnl' __' ..t'Isr.IF Automatic Transmission, rO'
i MOOM tat rirAP.-rti; ,;. ran. VALUES
i frAZOO-rrURRT"MOW1t ATTBRTHWAIT Halu OanrlaaMOWC inllv hKatad: li North Pans VOU wanl s Bind I RR. hem.In Radio. Heater, and AT. TJIrIR'
IInltrl. a Manllhil h.rsUon .0 to 444 AMAZ'NG' OlD
:* RBFAIRO: $1 'I'ClS'
l0 Penl.eilt.nla .Ara Air Conditioned. IAIGA1.
B. Raw Hill and N. OarflaU ONB HlPnoO.M: AparimantaJ __ "S AT ? '
RE 4-4787 i plnor.I : Y.. Ptia, 'd0 THE$I NEW
n :
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PURNIIHID 1111r1.nep;: ; Apt, for ......... r /", $395 r/ slut 's/
New .
I ., I ""b' Rlmk Acmbbr t/mblpy'
52 Ias. ass <'1piRoirlTra ,, Air ndlttensd Ph.1:14dine. Home. banlwiMid floors bulli-ln' wglL ,Its web.
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"rh. lana lot U only\ IIlOS>> f0; 3D"gp
... 11MSAN PUANISHID APT.. I .block from UMral tarma. Amb..,141. $1..
IIeNATf.nAedts T town it* manly., ,pit,. uiimi. : ( $aS' 'US
$1. m. ..... P...... I'1-14Il parry in rtilMran. Arplr lit B.Howry Bell Realty Company Sf Rambler.. SS: Il ckud
A.... ....... apjrtro.lM NO FIXED DOWN PAYMENT! v gds Sdfs S41" ilf3

TheALLEN-WHITECo.' DOW' TAia. and CpM.lnFurn. / II' N "mVSgaWsXOUUrri J 'S, ss
Rimbb. Dldg,1.pct
ulna' usa r room1 vrlvata hash and UP TO 36 MONTHS PAY I wg1.
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1M W. Indian* tMMtt"National .reM. IA. kot water 'um.Adulta .
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VOOKKBEPTNCI: OCFFUMT ; I Vaorkla.. ('.11 IINN7l. rma. I batha. Nast r S... 71
Bump, Inrfu> 4 mualr, .
>pawr,ar and Addmo MackIMHanlra. :: := acMNr
/ i lly-ran. Ilraam klu Full ;.. Sf Dip lfJ1,
U Naa$1e > ..anrirt.a 11 |4t lee S4. x41 sirs
L tIPCONt'a:: oiLteriON, clwin.a Sf 11

BAUAAAN'SOffice i LAC.1 sal SMALL WOUiM AND! rhnl.! Pnhar In ur.! Ma, Fprd Ir. Mgq11,1 WI
I APTB. MOWA TH ira..w... MK' DIRTE, "' toy 741 :

Office Supply I ItU Y'1'...... Metal II. ....11. I .kodraam...M. and, Mra.combination Cydlo L din hmillnr.and Jacobs Motor Service ''' '' ;" :: "

N. ..... I>... II' .-.... i All'".alwlrte Ilnfumt.h.-l. klirhon Nauaa, r.fri for..rai rant,..ran4 Phone. 714.14.11.FEBRUARY. f sNS

<(rr.r. HinaU _I. .>! II Al' SPECIALS!
54 FIIar1n-PMR11 'ertllnr ban,. ilnMran'' aecplail. FhmaVNFUMNIOHIO SOIS.alhBoalonrd
,......41.I S BROOM HOM1 Fla. Room Phon. 734-0885 ' ally HwaUon. ll,"4it >. I
DELTONA NURSERY asoROou rnrnI.1.A; Hole alI05 HIW "". ...m.,
I. 14111 Ass, paeehd> Brim lava III.IOO.
S. tapes. R'.. 1.*0 "L 0 '''T. 01 -"all T14sill5. 4q ACCEC 11at .
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i H.... menus.nlhhl.ser7 t... with owrnrW. Inrhirtlnt haul- It LOT*. TV B 140'. alaaa ,la. |4Mr
y0we.r.III .aria. ".."u.., Will ...11.., .r, ..".. and ""...r.t...., lit Imo4>>1.rma i .. atnal of ,,,_. .a .... U .... BonascOPEN ee ... 'U 11.11
I.rd load. Call 114..141 01'UI. 6. 'lnn..I. I

.. "*n.. I 1. 4 tmtmrnn,. Florida rL mall <>M Daytona K>l $500.00DOWN
AZALEAS mum 01.... 441 L Plod, Tkena "f..71. FULLY FURMItMIO"' RM|. Ilad )1..1&...... Aston r, 4 etDROOMi. S Ratka. torn kit. TWO OR It._ TY 1..._.... lartakHrkaa.
Lee t* rlinnaa Craig at : : -- | rtmm H,_... Concral. Rlnrk Jatoha ....IM.r. I...... T4imi.LOVILV ', "... Florida. Raom will "... kamty aiaa raaia..... ..J. .* UH. Maaaa kraM wltk
NICELY '''''If I'HID 1 lilt. Bi>"",, B'EFOREYOUBUY .1'oaMrerUsa> used ioadiulhnMilM .. i' .- ......, 0 walk-In ._... Cs.IsIhyl boat aak fitIar... Thrillre.6 lm u.s.: ... N.oru.aaat .
$1 EACHFre' yard aad arkaiia aanlr*, IM >.... Ono la Nor now RMtrmm, I kalka.OWNIR and . nova, AaiROSES m nil n O W CaMn 111.1.11. See New 3 B.R. 2 BathVirginia wood. lha. otkar walklnl dltUnr wtS Iw rbwt. at hmr. dort.dboo. P. Ac* "../
maul .. IasIa1.M, rhadp A. Ph. 12500.
rhiwa ATTRACTIVE rnnom ftini. ,>.. dowaiami ahovptna1 and r* .
l.... & ANNUALS W. Mlrhlrsrn' Phnn..45.5405.GEO. ,111.***. TKHMMtJk.NN LIAVINO. will MH. FHNS > IVLDRR: 0,4 CONTRACTOR $1000.00WILL
1'10 /24.5411FISHERMAN
oaa RKALTt: HH. Hnma wltk rarmn. iimr PHONI 114.4171 ir.o 5 7e5$410.1.. "tt
DAVE BRIDE NURSERY MARKS SCHOOL --- fit N. Bnnlavardrk and , ,."...,. h. Pus...114-5437-tiny or NIfSI wal m and year funlhr tatkia day ?142.14..h. T1IM4.UM \\.11 !owe.... Oft N I. ..... OW. M JOHN E. M iisUALL holy I WdraMna IS balk
_OH kt y_.. Pkaa R. 4-4U DISTRICT .itra tta I 1Iod .... ./a"nr, MOOIRM' I .kadraoni r.R, 141 hi....".. 'V OWNIRi | R tramn; C... fur. 11I -.. ani..d at .nlr |xa M.
I I.. ...... H."'pIa IJatlat Way Wltk IN N. Tams! A r.. (4snae Cty koiH-la .slave. "-lr
ItT THOJ Fl/>Rli7 I hall fmwillr rmMn. .._. I ,... .Id an 'Indian Rlrsr. Carpal cal I UUlr Lot I aaiatat
CtJItR IIEMIIII: r.T.p. tr v. Crstnl Ant 7111r.r,,ma. (........1. III. "kaik, N.|>lac*. ran Clifton Timber & Realty OPEN HOUSES p_ f71111sOWNES 14 1 IH 7J4 W. tfal::. I HARRY.. M a RKAL ..
Ile I. led... ,..... RI 4.NN (1.TM. U. IM6 l r1TT.: R alinrIIIS tat hisswith *lM>tH .! Mull SELL .:0_ ,...... T. EDWARDS
a. Plod' rkaaaJI4-4MO Chat, tamaat rasp kalkbaad, VKPROOM. aPATHI I 5R. C4 Mans, ella..,. flaw f Rll parr IH kaik, air.
; wll IIIkoalik. i l.ra* t .ar Ili ISO 441. Air. 01 "I.aaae
iWt. r--;: Fnn.d I' fcaiaaao of LAKEFRONT HOME 114-is-tl. 114IIlINna
i* Jtftkloe Wilted $i.wty Blrok. CuatiNaj kit >wa laRuiHla r BR.1kiorti.. law. tow Mesa par
furalakad vafaralakadt
April I. Iylr..rruMsrr. A4l'. ...t. ar WILL' amMntttad (.. I nama.a CHrra and :' I >". H ua> S kxa _, 1lr.o _... Fkoaa T>4-TJ'I. 114 ,.. Br>.l .. < IWtaad".
Ne par. 111 ai. $ : l.... H_.. ...... .trantod .. .., _.
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WILL coy r.... 11.,1...,... II. Ian ,1.IPMaAah.POUR : ON UIIT $$75517.. S LArs.rnHeat. far raatal awl will. |wl...,. en.tuna. Fla'r"r'r': **.... II.>.* Asa '4J. WIItIMt4 ..... OPEN
! : ...". Klptn Raanra eel. var R rnrnlafiad. f'MliUS with. _..... 711. Rath.Oe I ..110. lessMator lit Oak Floors rail.. ImukttlmiD BEST HOME BUYS DAILY
I 11 _-4 yaara .M. Th. Vogu.. wlik. katk aai tV N, rraakfark IWMonth ?I' bI ha Lst .Ilh Cltrns I ,... an 'East MM Pit. lIa'-" I .aid and Air-Cavd. JUST COMPLETED Nit t ILL, t ..... kaaM wltkMra I ICHOOM1. I katflaund. ''. Pfir14s pq
, WANTED ...... fa atnrrmad. I TU."M . Trvaa. kr .a.d Forch Air (nn.dltll.s.4 Laadaraalni Pub. akaaV kx wall II...*... haIN le 0' Minee t,
laod r. kllakaa Caaialata Home and Business Good Uo.att.a,"I LARol 1 ..._ ....... wlikk .nlv II? Sal ..s".1 as-. 10'.,. llMul la .'P
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MitaM. city hmiia. IM mo. V."w. "IT" I a R. VkaiM RulldFINISHED .? WlH. ,la kilHi.a walk bar. d' wa BaraMav Waaa Part Dgr.Is-t. 0- 11,14
rap. 1144111.MOoEep4 1 GOULD AGENCY 300 Ft ditties ..... ('..,re' Soot and MUST SILL waa a>* .4. tJl RNAta.Sy per.: .e4
Rentals air na.dliwnaJ. Highway Frontage MASONRY air eoadlrhaataa; f>avlt,. raraort.atiHr .. Mark S .s. _.... RBKIb C. A(' ai:
I KR. 1 kalh flue.IsA.A 201 N. Woodland Blvd. ION"' o Pun...a>. > rooai an tanf t
A aliat' aMnatatalx IIM Swain. .... loralad MIT J" N' krtMmiaWinIV I HOMES ON YOUR LOT ....... he I. Rtt0sna Ara.. r- ll.Ja. aufca aa aa ortar. feaaal'bnr
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COTTINGHAM Sins Oaaarwalu tll'lWLOUISE 2-1,1 7t.r rotmd kuaiaoMaitia 4 Rntrooma w'rarort .' ajUad a'w'ttl.. I 5L. IAMILT ..
M wit a' ...r_.... HitVIIC: I. al. rlatta 11-. T .dat __... CR. I ha... faailrr raom. suss I- pap wylb
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h 4 a Kassa 41alinlaid. 'IC SSirT1" aido A. Rrtrk tdaCavti. **.
N. L.fwra/le4: / Raaltar N. R* U YU .,. MMtklT. Tessa ... I ...
lurnl.h.dfkawa is. slit I'is-It. Ill rnealh.Phan. 15 Canaa: Qar4.a Mi COUNT *aa* ra aad M aa ".''*-' 01 MHty HWHM
NICILV pass .. Ph. l.r 4414.ii.. -4..tC4. kawak win !... fines to Mo I1- \.. tot ..
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Radl. and Healer, $1 ,8954Dr.S.dini ....0.. Etlra Clttn! .., Llk It*.

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TRUCKS; ; $1,995
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Sta4ard Tn...mis. TERRIFIC |I..r. 1"1' Impal 4VDr Itardtof.lw 61, Ford Coma

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LOW MILEAGE Cut! T..11 "'.r... "1>"''' r/l ../ tftiitr. IU4 RAH 0.. otr..'. whlto, w/ Itarlar.

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lovely homesare ".. 1-1),'.59 AIM Ford. .._..., e I $1,695 $1,295 I II $2,195* .

selling fast. The I A/T, 0.. Locd ....., I II I"
reason is solid value a I Like N... 62 Ford

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quality construction- 4-Dr Baa raga, .*...,, lito>
Come out and see 10 5 I Full P.wsr. R4H. r I r '. rr miUg.ntlsaIne' ,*...,
these wonderful homesforyourselfThere Today a.m. to p.m. Ulrlmall0. e UcalOwaer. r r '" JlJI' Jrlr JI Jrr rr I ....r.... All skits.. la e.!..

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are 15 completely Spruce Street Off Old Daytona Road In I IDELAND I ...--8.. Ford; llakr .-.,*., Rardlna.Aito. 4 Dr. Aito.. TraM.| wkjto- $1,895
furnished models to- I ,"", ". ...." Tr..... Radio A Rests will' I I II
choose from. -RAIL 0.1 I r, r/l. r/B. 1.41..1

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Asia. Tr...., Btdl, TI. $1,795
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HOUSE A a1 L CHELSEA 1100 N. Starkm. Aw.. Onnft CIt,' P1i... 7712200 I i -- T .Mllladl ..,. $1,195

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202 Forest Park Drive PRONE 1/44311 '
Wise Inc.' Home BuildersCALL J r I .. r 62 Ford
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