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Run News Staff Writer. DALLAS UH-Jack R by'" '
"You c.n't solve social problems Florida Court reaction to first news of Presl I

with legislation, but one : dent Kennedy's auasslnatioa Iwitness I
way we can help the Negro Is I. wu "nothing unusual" a stats
by education and vocational and I testified! today '&1Ruhy'
rule do
TALLAHASSEE (UPI The criminal procedure not *
technical training," State Sen. I Florida Supreme Court ruled have an absolute right to a i murder triak *
Scott Kelly declared last night. The S3 year old Striptease
today prisoners seeking release state supplied lawyer i I
Kelly spoke to about 50 peopleat nightclub operator, with a
Criminal Procedure
-.y I from prison under a year old The rule,
a a dinner at Rymsl'a Res courtly bow pleaded Innocent
Rule One the
i was adopted by I
taurant. to the murder of accused assaasin *
... court to give prisoners seeking ntlllIDtNT.II..cT: : Trw .
former Lakeland tee Harvey Oswald andthen ]
The mayor Count release from prison under\ the elt BtiMidmmtr, DelJind gr"
said that the way to solve the Triple lat quietly listening to the
Gideon versus Wainwright decision awry merrha, hM been electe4 .
hi education.problems of the Negro U through an opportunity, to be heard prejiMeal-eJert. ef .the Del.a.d testimony Lead .oft witnesses for tS.
In court' The Gideon case ruled Rotary Club, tt WM an-
demands education, state were of the Dale
"Industry employes
SUN NEWS SPELLING CHAMPIONS-There four .winners last '* the state must provide a free amineed today ky Uw till II'" ]lai News
were night in skills he declared. U a person Trial Faced felon president. Dr. 0. LafujrettoWalkee. Morning advertlilnf .
the 13th annual DeLand Sun News spelling bee as a result of a tie in the elementary dot'ln'hall' a Job, he cant attorney for a penniless Moudenmlre take* ef- department where Ruby was.placing .
resulted In floodof
division. Judges declared Maria Talton of Dempsie Brewster School and Gregory pay taxes. It he doesnt pay ruling for release a from lice July I. "Serving" wllh him an ad for his club whet,

Peters of Orange City School co-winners in the division after the youngsters taxes, he's not interested In his prison requests from prisoners Jailed will K* We.Het. as vice prenl-' the assassination took plate

battled on even terms through the entire list of elementary words and part of a lIst of government"CAP PrisonerStanley without representation by counsel ...nll 1I T7 Apiar secretary! Nov aJohn .

special words. It was the first time a tie had ever been declared in a Sun News con the NOTED: Florida By Robert Heehner. sreasiurer. SECOND; "ITNL
est. Dr, F. R. Tubbs of Stetson University pronounces for the contest is shown with between Kelly cited available gap Jobs and the The rule requires that prisoners and Melvin. R. Mathewa, NI'W11.econd witness I'

winners, left to right, Pam Pierson of Taylor High School, Pierson senior high winner jobs needed by those unenv must first. ask the court al arms desk at laid the Newt Ruby was at big

; Karen Cower! of DeLand Junior High School, junior high winner, and Gregoryand plo>'ed. He predicted sn Industrial William Newman Jr., that sentenced them for release A short time later, N'wmat
Marla. The Sun News awarded trophies to each of the winners and presented revolution the state which 20, Jacksonville, has !been boundov..r before attempting to take the aid ,

certificates of achievement to the following runnersup: Cheryl McMlcken senior high; would call for the education and to John Circuit S.Court by County case to a higher court. Blast In JoyAdmitted that, the they president m rived )had the w beta i<
Diana Prevatt junior high, and Kathy Frisdc elementary. (Sun News Staff Photo) vocational training et all FlorIdlans. charges of Byington fI'CII1a state on REELCASE shot
escape Today's ruling came In the
"Wai there unuuajabort
The year-old state senator prison camp near DeLand, cane of John Matthew Weeks, anything
armed robbery and auto theft who claimed the data should hit behavior" Asked
Annual Sun News Event scorched Hayden Burns, mayor By
Atit >t.t.
Newman escaped from a road r.
of Jacksonville, who is one of provide him an attorney to help Alexander. w. '
the Democratic candidates for crew near Daytona Beach on tight a 20 year sentence' for
the nomination for governor. Feb. n. He was captured by armed robbery Nothing unusuaL I wotIMMy I
4 Highway Patrol Trooper C. T any mom' than anynftaelse. 1
"Compare the records of crime Weeks sought release from Indiana Man
In Britt who chased Newman In under Rule One. ." Newman' replied 1 '
and Juvenile delinquency prison The
Many 'Firsts' NotedIn Lakeland and Jacksonville" he an allegedly stolen car court' ruled him Insolvent and The sallow, haggard 32y'ey. I
said "My record la Lakeland Newman waived preliminary later refused to release him old defendant stood at the da.
showed concern for youth. Jacksonville hearing on all three) charges. He from prison ST AUGUSTINE urn Isvestlgators Sense table to hear the murder 1

Is held up to ridicule In Is charged with the armed robbery Weeks appealed to the Din amid today that a Indictment after Judge Joe R.

the nation and la number one In of Virginia Kingston, own..r'and Met Court of Appeals, and also 30year-old Indiana man had admitted Brown In quick succession
murder rape, robbery In the operator of Ray's Steakhouse asked the slate to supply counsel I bombing the home e.f a threw. out defame motloni !o'
ratio of Its population on U.S. n. He Is accusedof The District Court ruled Jacksonville Negro last month. transfer the trial to another

Contest NATIONAL: RECOGNITION: being armed with a broken Weeks had an absolute right I tn The Florida Sheriff's Bureau, city and call It off for a unity
Spelling bottle and an Ice pick. He reportedly hearing. ..
Kelly said his administration an attorney The state appealedthe which made the announcement
was singled out for national recognition stole $29.STRATA. CUM to the Supreme Court said William Sterling Rosenrrsns With chief defense attorney
: because of its work la CAR In an opinion by Juitloe also was being quetttoned Melvin fell at hit tide, Ruby !
establishing a Juvenile delinquency The prisoner la also accusedof Campbell Thnrnal, the Supreme about a bombing In Blrmlng\ listened solemnly to the resli
The 13th annual DeLand Sun !School daughter of Mr. and Mrs I Runnerup In the elementary control' )' program. He dealing a ear owned by Mary Court said, "There Is no absolute ham Ala. Sept" IS ]11\", which Ing by Dirt Any Henry Waije. j.
News spelling bee war staged Peter R. Pierson of Plersnn, runnerup division was Kathy Iriicle, said that this program was ef. Ann Combs DeLand, a customer organic right to the asatitanc. killed lour Negro girls aid ,\ 'Jack' Ruheuieta alias, Jack'
list night and thus Is a matter In the senior high division., sixth.grader at. Boston Ave. doped by the late )V-S., .Let, ,In,the, restaurant at. the time ofaII'IPd.hhel'1. n| counsel at tt hears! n. five bntnhlnis that have plagued' Ruby" Wad began. B.Ui in.
." of historybut.before tt-was last yeacriook tophonors iirthvj 'School an4 daughter or Mr..ndMrI. Esten K:..tauver's.erlme ltVe,V r It also made division this by A. 1111 a model' escaped In the car an alert this to the Jack ''
over history. year defeating D. Frlsclc r. University gating committee as from aa adverse ruling Coast Railway year name t>t Rub ? /
A variety of firsts. were recorded Cheryl McMlcken daughter of Ave, DeLand. Second project for the U.!. was sent out Brttt spotted the Ihereen. Rosenrrsns, ertw-rul ". ,.Unlawfully voluntarily.
during the event In the Mr. and Mrs W. W. McMicken place la the junior high division Kelly stressed the Importance car travelling west oa U.s. IZ. The court said each separate maa.:' was arrest .Tuesday. CCHI...... a rife 1'1
DeLand High School auditorium ef Pierson a tenth grader at w..atto, Diana Prevail of Taylor of the "power of the pea" in a He fired a warning shot and ease must be considered on Its night when Duval County authorities
which was attended by a' large Taylor High and winner last Junior High School daughter of governor's hands Newman stopped the car and own merits and a judge may found tares sticks of dynamite
audience of parents relatives year of the Junior high division. Mr, and Mrs. James Prevatt "It's a powerful pea. It can surrentlered. decide that the Issues were M la his automobile. Duvsl Board To Air
friends and other Interested perSon Seville, CC.."".'4 .. r... Twist Newman was serving a .h,- simple a fair 'hearing could beheld County authorities, charged )him
.. TROmiFJI PRESENTEDThe year sentence' on conviction' of with Illegal possession of dynamite
without aid of
aa attorney '
For the first time In history, a Sun. News presented trophies Gordon 8Commission armed robbery ta Duval County, / Road Projects
tie wu declared when Judges to each of the winners and Judge Byington also yesterday Oliver Westhertmlt of the Florida
agreed after lengthy and spirited certificates of achievement to : Race revoked a suspended sentence Sheriffs Bureau said
competition, that Marla Tal runnersup In each division. Dr previously granted Walter Livingston Doorsopen Rosmcrsns alas will be Volusla County CDnunlsslonaif
34. Dsytona, Beach and will meet tomorrow and<< _'"
ton representing Dempsie Brew. F R. Tubbs of Stetson University charged "wllh whatever
star School DeLand, and Gregory I pronounced the words, and DeLand Commissioner from sent him to Jail for M days charge a malfot bombing afcome. ante a list ef primary and see
Ward 2, Hugh Gordon said. last endary road projects to submit
Peters of Orange dry t judges were Mrs. Philip De k. .*
School should be declared co- I and and John T. Cannon Jr night he would not seek Demo- 111 his order, Byington slated ToWarmth One person was Injured when to the Kate Road Board me**".
Volusla Ing March 10. eaFilth
crstlc nomlnstioa had defaulted In
that Livingston
winners In the elementary division. The elementary division created
the bomb went off In the early '
Commissioner from District District Road Board
Gregory war runnerup In the top excitement of the County paying support for his two children morning hours J.Sunday, Feb. Member MIX Brewer las
LGordon and breached and violated'the set
the division last bee
1'. knocking the Jacksonville
fMQUK!: OCCWRENCEAnd Maria, a fifth'grader at Detroit a building contractor: condition on which the If). horn of Mr, and Mrs. preliminary hearings for budget
In the Junior high division Brewster and daughter of told the Sun News he had seriously day jail sentence had beta sus GUllam from Its OnrgeIt. requests from the 12 counties ta
another unique situation developed Mr. and Mrs. Edward Talton, considered seeking nomination pended.Byington. ] foundation.The tae district oa March 10 'wVolusla
whea a seventh.grader. 111 S. Boundary, and Gregory a for the city office being also disposed "f pending shattered wlndowi. County requests WIll
Karen Cower of LeLand Junior Sixth grader at Orange City and vacated by .. E. lEdl' Stone trestle c..... Robert Earl flung furniture about the modest be heard from '30 to f a nu
High School daughter of Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Peters "I doa t consider that a county Seavey, 20. Leland, and Arthur Mercury Soar wooden !house and spill the walls County Cbrnmlnsloa Chslrmsa

and Mrs. H. L. Rhodes 20S King 'Gra tl,11r 731 S. Carpenter Ave, bat commissioner's Job Is part Lamme. U, Daytona Beach, la several pieces Mrs. CUIIam. Harris Saxon said today that
Shady Oak Lane won the event. tied through the entire prepared lime," Gordon said "and It each pleaded guilty to speedingand To Bit Drgrrrn one of five persons sleeping lathe virtually erne el the county's>*.

Karen, who last year was winnerOf ATHENS (UPI) Greeee'i list of elementary words and on simply was a choice between were fined ft} or 10 days. In Writ Volusla home when" the bomb expdv quests last year have been acud*
words before of business Fifteen dollar fines or 10 days dent suffered slight cuts and upon'
the elementary division established King Paul, reported under Into a list of special continuing operation my .
two other firsts. She lathe heavy sedation to relieve pain, the contest: was declared a or seeking the office." also were pronounced against By JITTB SMITH brul. .. He Untested the fact that the
first seventh grader ever to lay gravely 01 in TWo Palace draw. Gordon war elected city commissioner James Salverds, 43, Holly HID, Rsa New Staff WriterAs Ne motive ,tor the bombing. purchase at rlfhli-of way. lakes
and I when In 1ML He defeated for Intoxication and dell Illley, has been .learned but CUIIam Is so murk of the county second.
win the Junior high division today with his family] at his The first miss came May deep snow yesterday
James, P. 73, Pa., for Improper the grandfather of a Negro child any road funds,
the first speller ever to win consecutive bedside.Reltntt. Marla stumbled on "mortgage. Incumbent Pittsburgh. blanketed the Midwestern ,'states
titles in two different IC..II.... .. >... Tw.) Wear passing doors all ever Florida's Weilvoiupia who was among UM first\ Itenter The board tomorrow will pisa '
cUvUkws. .. ._ an all white etnnentaryarhnnl resolution listing Us rdadprojects
Over Water vovmy "epen.d"" ivnm
la Jacksonville.Rosenrrans for INtel tevftal
Pam Pinion\ Taylor High
highest temperature In more
who add he delegations from. does are ,M>
HAVANA (UPI) Premier thin four months) 89 degrees, worked as a shed tar sttMmsata peeled' hi appear to press Jof
DeLand Man Fidel\ Castro said today that t+ uA1+ s ,;ey b ea Hvadrelsof householders Mobile, Ala. but was from construction sr four. adageo4
Cuba Is ready to restore water were out working In their yards Aaderson. I....... Miller had their area highways.
supplies to the U J. Laval baseat yesterday after weeks .f "Im.prisonmenf denied knowledge of any bomb. Saxon said that he expects

Goantaaame. by drizzling rains tags dreading to It. Johns. tomorrow's raeellsg to 6fretinue.
HospitalizedAfter "We are ready to resume and subnormal temperatures. County herUf L O. Davis here. *
ervidng water to the Quanta- Many persons appeared la -
same base sine the situation swimsuits yesterday attentions,
CrashA that tarred u to cut the water and Ponce DeLsoa Springs re. -- -f
has ended." he said. ported a record crowd for the
day about twice as many as
DeLand nun Herbert L. en March J., last year.
Douglass, was seriously injured Offer Over Peute U f. meteorologist Rnllo Dean. f r ..

early today when the car be was ( said today that yesterday's high .
driving crashed Into a utility offered I t was the warmest temperature .
pole/ on old New Tort Ave. about East Germany today since Out JJ wbea. the mercury ..
three miles west of DeLand. West BerUnere passeswall kit M degrees.

Douglass, 13 who> Bvee at US "a "wttalahours i With a .low this. mnrslnf of
N. Sheridan Ave. Is In nail Memorial WlUy Brandt ,cry, only U degrees, Inda '. temperatures ORANGE ORANGE
Hospital. His condition to win defy: the Bonn governmentand wore expected to rise

described asvery 1I'rt' uI." accept Communist terms. tato the Ms again I with a hw toBlghl -
According te Florida Highway WINS REGlOlfAX.' CONTEST-C. Clifford Hood,'second from left, executive: ef (S to 79 degresa.Srsttered CITY CITY $

Patrol Trooper C T. Brtrt. Pos Renames Deliberation of the Barnett National Bank of DeLand, accepts a check for tlte4.05 from Richard Ifcundershowm- are

lan' car was traveling east at 1.. Miller, district manager for the Bell tt Howeil Company, for winning a recent regional forecast for tomorrow, Dose
high speed. The veslcW. a HO CHATTANOOGA"< Tens contest. Also on hand at the presentation was Robert J. Nye, right field representative said. and although cooler temperatures

(rPD-A) lederat Jury today for the company, and John IV Ca anon Jr, bank president' (Sun News Photo are la store for tomorrow March 7 .
Hoe The 'Os rage I eVUberatloa el Saturday
tesamed byGilmorc) M front danger U predicted : I
jury tampering charges against through FridayrrvsrronT, ,
sedan reportedly went eat atcastrol Teamsters President Junes ILBcsTa .. 1
on a curve left the hlgV without: beariag. a portion The Florida Forest Service ..
way and crashed Into a ipowerpel ef ,die trial taaaoipt st had National l, Firm Honors Local Banker: county headquarters at DsLaoa Events: I
*. Damage\ to the ute was recorded a ef n ,
N : high yeeterday PereJe..l l *
I3.IKO. degeee. Buck tomllaa. diepetdMr a.m.

The aedtfeat appareafly lappesd YtoleneaaCurb Set Aa executive of tke Xaraett air Mice vetarma aad fenlds the IWd rearaseetatSve from lath acted that ea Week Itt Clrnlv.I" Neon
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between and eo-
ajru ,
Natural leak of DeUad yesterday rank ef first Uevtenaat M the sonvffle. last year, tke high, wej ,csrfiag to tie FW. Tha wrecked ATHSO.! Greece fUPD was named wistser e< a local VS. Air Force Rtwerve Matter said tke rosiest was t ea March 3. 190. Hi Lad) NeroShow.5,1 :;
43sctwOTd 1p.m.
car. with .XMnglass trick ta sWvw tt. was about- Creek ponce sad ether law ..- cnaieet sponsored by dill Bed CalL ... to a dJrertar et the epa to an banks Cut had pup ea March I. Wt 10 ..,.... :

by a forcemeat asrtkarMea were ader > l Qsmpasy lair; OIl local chapter 01 Amerlraa In- .ebasy new..1orD.a ejulBdMrtof FYI reeurde show that" aifktemperaiure Dwilng..5p.m.6:30p.m.:
1:10: u" of gimei sanest enters" today to el. RegVia.C. ante lUakisg. cad amidaiedtrertor ... September sad for the endmmoaik 7 t
wet the> seem* (
Residents Kattoaal ef ..."' W3 was M!
prevent farther toteare agates Ofbrd Hood aaclttaateasatr ef dill Asaeria- H 7:30
wreck slid they heart a ttAJnf1Y .. : c
the IX caw bug werearatala la* V... aad bait embaseetaks < WM pineented a **erkte the ef Aacn tsare. sad tress More Iksa too macklaes were eVgre, and fur Marrtt. P a. W It p.m. (

crash. about what ......s the aotee CMUMctiasj with the Cypnacrbaa. : SUMS* tor wrUag the wta- trrr ef the Jaatar sold durtof the' twe-mnsxh period degree. tbnCla rClfWdtd aboutlb. r. .

Dooetase Is a car ......... for Leg Idler.ea why We taw thumbs of Cwtanetre M. .ICIly the Drat 10B entries reeetvvd middle ef tile snoetkl, and '- f" TALL COMECeldrtesyof .*
Motor Sslee His wise.Leaiee Premier C crge PapaadreiMtoned Bed 4 ..,....Mkra-Data &T9- root tnvtiu.ntMaktog were eflalM WIN rag Marrk IMI, 14 degrees
BIll hoses *
by Volssria the enter after Creeksfwtents .. I tk* presevlatM was tilt fVrtda. Mtsslailppt. Ala- Aerordmf to failed Press IsteraaOMsi (
Is employed staged hitter a.tiAmerVaa Hood a satire ef Georgia and ,i Richard L MOkr district maa- ham, Cenrgls, North med Soak a double DerreMMsrtsi

Erlnnsaid arrest tnr traffic ... d n n .tisnnM Tw* graduau e< the LsdvenMy fttortda. agar for ilea Howell front Carsiina, tena .ee and part efArkaasas storm burlMf the anrthera BrMiewtKHJ Park) ,
Dondaaa rsMsa day la support el tta GretkCyprMcaasa. has beee with the total i iUak I Miami Abe ea bed tnr OMwu are la tile Southeast plains. sad upper Midwest .
elsttoa| bans pcndlBf CIa hospital.1 siace Juae 1XZ. Be lea eeemncy Robert J. Nyb jC je.ie68Wr6.W j C-.... M 'tee f.. | seder deep scow today.



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pn. T DttAifp ttLOtWA) ) SUI 111ft WlDNESDAT, MAR 4, 1964I COUNTY POSTS Pleads
I I II Ruby
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Okays Market *

t I QualifyingBegins Innocent In

Summary I IAw I Oswald Death

Peace Force I At (100....... from tree Onii
Cyprus reported by tPI and the
local Reynolds and c.. elflee. aDd with malice' aforethought
kill Lee Harvey Ocwald
Stocks marked time did
early to.
Fast Pace with Wide went
a gun
day but showed signs of firm. I

UNITED NATIONS N Y. log toward noon. Trading held on."Hew do you plead?" askedJodge .
to a moderate dip.
UPIi-The United Nations Se Brown.
1 1ti ,
curity Council today unanimously Youngstown Sheet moved up : Candidates( gathered ta droves Ruby bowed from the waist

approved the dispatch close to a point In a firm steel yesterday at the office of Jess and Mid In a relaxed low i
section A described Mathas. Clerk of the Circuit I
ef an International peaty a newspaper report voice:

to Cyprus and appointment ()f eR the company as coming I Court, to quality for the 1964 "Not gusty, your honor."

si mediator fnr the Island's in one of the most impressive political contests. Twenty-seven wtta..lle.fre

communal strife. performance In the steel field. I Robert Strickland. 43. Ormond worn in, all looking solemn
General Motors tacked Beach city commissioner, was
on a
and Czecho16vakia
Franc ?
Russia, (
the first to quality. He seeks the
I large fraction In the tutosChemicals .
abstained en
a pars- Driver
Commlsilon post
Volusla County Charged
were narrowly
graph of a five power resolution
from District 3.

calling fore for by creation Secretary of General the I and mixed.Control MlnneapolU-Honeywell Data were down Fred It Ormand. 51, Holly After AccidentNo

peace Thant In consulatlon with I about 2 and 1H, respectively, 'g ,lTit Hill city commissioner, qualified
r ) to seek the same office.. Dist 3
Cyprus and Britain. Greece and In the electronics. IBM and injuries were reported by

Turkey, the guarantor powers Cnniolldated Electronics tackedon Incumbent, Grady Williamson. the Florida Highway Patrol In a

for Cypriot Independence under t at least 1 each. has announced but has not qua. truck-car colllilon early today at

a 1960 treaty. I Abbott eased around \ in the rifled U.S. IT and 12, two miles northof
Ormand Strickland and Williamson
If But all three powers laterjwted I drugs. Houston Lighting eased DeLand.
for the resolution u a I ) In the utilities Airlines were ( are Democrats DonaldP. Trooper C T. Britt said a

('yvableve I weak paced by Fan Am, Delta Myers, 48 Ormond Beach Volkswagen driven wed on U.S.

President JehiisoB today hailed and Eaitern-all off 1 or more.Lockheed Republican, also qualified forth 92 by Sandra M. McMUlen, 23,

'ts "a major step toward peac I shed a large fractionin DRIVER INJURED IN CRASH -Herbert O. Doug- District 3 pest.DEADLINE. Rt 2, DeLand was itruck from

the United Natlcns Security I the aircrafts lasa of DeLand is listed In "very lerlous" condition at !: SET: the rear by a truck. The truck's

Council's approval *f a plan for Consolidated Cigar firmed halt Memorial Hospital today after his car went out of Candidate< have until Boon driver was William N. Schmidt
Jaclcionvllle.According ,
bringing pea to >trif torn Cy nearly a point In the tobaccos control And struck a power pole. The accident hap.petted March IT to QualIty. 32,
'WIVES' OPENS TONIGHT-Tucker Cooke and to the report' the
Uric! (Bunky) Mount 37, :D*-
pro Marvin shown Oils were higher featuring So early this morning on Old New York Ave., three Volkswagen stopped at the latenectioa
President Makarl6s was reported Hollsday are in a scene from "The Merry Mobil Land, qualified to seek the office -
cony Amerada Richfield miles east of DeLand; See
1. Sun Mews
story on page ( and pulled out Tie
Wives of Windsor" which
Iuct- at 8 today at Stetson of County Judge. Incumbent
today to blvd given 1' opera pm. and Texaco, all up 1 or more. Photo by Gilmore) : r
car's motor stalled and the
ant approval to the United Na University's Stover Theatre The opera will be performed Cerro Improved around a John S. Bylngton has announced a. ti

COBS peace plan for Cyprus and each evening through Saturday, (Sun News point! on a dividend booit. Edison he will not seek reelection ( stop Damage la time to the to car avoll

to have persuaded the RpiuslaAl Staff Photo) Brother*, Foxboro, Leesona L.H. ChamberIs $00. via

to go along with It Bullock, Consolidated Nat- School Supt. John H. Smiley Schmidt with
was charged
sources her said News Briefs Plerson, paid his GOO fee to
:Informed ural Gas, Sherwin Williams, failure to have his vehicle under
acceptance of the plan would Many 'Firsts'Rccordcd Poet Slates and General Electric were up Briefed On qualify for re-election. All candidates control

llminat the danger of 4 war large fractions to mort than 1. pay five per cent of the

between Crete and Turkey but Fairbanks Morse, Copper From annual salary of the office they LeA, MOTICa

would leave Cyprus' Internal At Stetson Talk seek.
Range, Harrls-Intertype, Timken
political iisuef unsolved and United FundLAKE A fuQ! .scale race "was assured FINAl SITTLCMINT NOTICI
Xerox were among the L'I' thoNTY JJDaE'eCopnT.
Continued communsl fight- few polnt-sized losers. fnr the post of District 1 County VOLvsuS'.fOlor.T rLORIDA

big has created the danger efrtBltary f Spelling Bee Jonathan wmiams, a leading HELEN: "The De- Area TownsORANGE Commissioner Incumbent S. E RE! ,' ESTATE: : OF

intervention by Greece contemporary poet as well as a Dow Jones U Land et (Ed) Stone is retiring. CHEATER: *T. JOJTV, lIe ..,..
sldei.Th publisher and book designer, a.m. averages: Chamber Commerce Is L. 1.. Line) Jacobs 51 NOTICE!: la tlfrnhy Iran Chit theundenln.A
and' Turkey 6n opposing (
(ntlnu4 from Cues O*.) 30 Industries (M.1C up 0.44 taking the temperature ot the Eireulnr of tM Eatat
sources said Makarloi, will present a slid And poetry Cm to seek the District 1 post or CHESTER ST. JOH.V.: P.c...."-.
Gregory it but 20 Rails 191.31 off 038 area, Fred Kent, said last h.. IM m of ,
spelled correctly lecture on Stetson Unlverslty'eDeland en tha (lay March A.0.
Creek i Democrat His brother Hubert
leader of the Cypriot majority The scheduled u a .
under the rules he was requiredto 15 Utilities 1(0.55 up 0,41 night as he spoke to members program forth 1M4. "ra* nt 4 hi. Final Account
has relented en his Insistence campus, Thursday, VIA (Woman's dub) meeting Jacobs, 50, qualified u a .I .u.II Xxaeutor: toiathar litMcalnta >
(5 Stocks: 281 M up 0.10 and of Lake Helen Chamber
spell ene more word correctly March 12. guests ,. to the County JuiUa of
that the IntenuttAnal/ to win the contest He tripped up The public U Invited to this Sales to 11 a.m. 1,320,000 sharesAt of Commerce at Hopkins at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Republican. Both are from. De- Voltiaia. County, "101'1".. and bIMUtlnnMl
control etn h ...
force be under direct Dickinson Memorial Libraryhas Lan that b. "''ee/l. "
on "precocious: Marla had a talk to be held in Stover Theatreat HilL an aui-b Eircnlnr after thirty
U. N. Security Council been changed. Other Democrats qualifying dna (rum thin led day of March.
12.14 Stock
chance to win when she corrected 8 p.m. ; p.m. prices Kent, CeLand Chamber\ of
Where Russia bat a veto Featured will be Claudia yesterday and this morning for A.)). '
Gregory's spelling et "cha.otic" Williams' visit U under tilt generally\ were firm la moderately Commerce president, had been GEORGE!: / TALTANOF1
I Th Greek Cyprlet presstbts but she failed on "differ- auspices of Stetson's Artists and active trading.Chrysler invited to tell the Lake Helen Calloway, pianist and music the District 1 commission post .AI F.xcut rM4niiat s
headlined t a earchblshop' senior Included Walter 40
morning at Stetson University Nordmann .
entlate. Lecturers Committee, and member people what has been don aid
acceptance of t 1 was 45K unc1l.1lperry and Mrs Chriitlaa Behnk in and James U (Jim) Oxyner, 58, NOTICE CBIOITOM
The match continued'through of Sigma Tau Delta Eng Rand 18 Ford 55 what Is hoped to be gained by a I
five resolution ,,at up M; a group of songs both DeLand |N TAD COUNTY JUDOICOL'hT $
power tipeace ) words such as ''claustrophobia," lish honorary, will be the hosts. up H) RCA U% off lil Westinghouse "United Appeal." IN AND FOR; VOLCItA
means of safeguarding L W. Summerlln, 38, Daytona COUNTT, FLORIDA. IN FKO--
"sardonyx, 'leprechaun" According to Dr. William Taylor
this laland. Dec. live up Ms; Western "A United Fund amount to a BATE
Mediterranean -
seek the
en Beach qualified te
"metallurgical" before it was l Stetson English professor Union 11% off Hi; Erie> 'H off community effort organized to Local Banker Democratic nomination for IN RE ESTATE OF
[ ______ ruled a draw. and a poet himself Williams "11 H. .. money for various ages- HARRIET M. BONNESOf.Dteaatot:

gfEOAL LIST a cultural beatnik" Bethlehem Steel 33V4 unch. ties In a slmpl efficient ," school board member from District To all ..dttn... and. all Korxiriiharlni .
; way
In till Junior high division, Recent books by Williams include Kent Honored 2. Incumbent Richard Livingston cl.tmr.. d.mandaaolnut
Needs'Outlined American Tobacco 29 up % ; Pan By aid tatai
Negro botn Karen and Diana went into "Blues Ronts/Rues ABluets" American World 6TH off 1% said.BASIC PLAN announced that he ,will You, and arh of you, art norm
; .
not seek re-election. and wiulrail to pr nt
and "Travails in Amer.
the special word list bore the General Motors KVJ upi; In answer to questions from any clalma and tftmanila winch'
winner was decided. ica Deserta." The poet has been Texaco J the audience Kent said the basic National Firm Tally H. Hall. 49, Oak Hill, 7nu. or either "f you, maY hers
; By Diana ""emol publisher and designer of Jar- 74H\ upi: SON Sty Democrat, qualified to leek the ...I..t the fatal ef Harriet M.
finally en
slipped up 4; Gen. Electric lay 4 up HiFennsy ; fundamental of the plan Is to BnnnM durtanad. lar* of Voluila
lient. Karen corrected her spell ion Bonks and received a Longview District 5 county commission count, Florida, In the Hon J nn
32% uncn. cover the West Volusla area, (C.n ,ol frtM Par On) ". Bjlntton' County; iuAt of Vo.
held Saxon.
Foundation In 1960 post now by
and then "selamo- grant
leg spelled On the American Stork Exchange with no strings attached, no national Region. lull a C .untr. at hi. ..III.. In the
State Hopeful graph" correctly: to win. the for editing them. Saxon has announced but has COUnty (""".Ih..,,.. In DtLand. Vn.
event Syntex was 8} up 3%; organization to which It "HO d', l letter was selected as not qualified. luala. County, Florldi. within litmonihn
Brown C*. Cata- would be responsible. At the beginning from th. dUo of the first
UVi up ye; having the best reaion why the
Tie senior division
high wasdecided Whale Skull Named uhllcaciftn karaof All olalma ltd
(C.nttwae .... rue Ok) en the 13th: and Hth Control 3TH up H.Qlriu at least, there would equipment was purchased," 4 manna. not prM.tM within thtime >

at Mint a United States Senator, words RuAnerup Cheryl misspelled Dr. Keith L. Hansen, ItM'1I1 Carload; ;' b"iy would' be paid done help, all volunteers.It the work. MUler hsiidled III The l Independent: 1 Volusla Seeking Hospital election Authority to the West are Ji.r. and ehan a In the ka barral saner a*prescribe provld.JDataij 4
: by
a Florida Supreme' Court Justice "phUlntJlr py" and Pam University professor of biology ( Report by an i Lw
Commissioners T. H. !coveU, P.
fill official vacancies In a county was brought out that local Chicago firm. Fanriiarr 11. AP 1M4
won the contest by correcting recently Identified a OH- aTlarrltl. .
/ P
-.vnnF.1t weave ttPrlDan7' V. Proctor and Drew L. Harris. *rrA
and it can sign a death wen that word and then speUlfli ."scientific. beaked whale skull which was lnadlni' (la hoiaa) from he industry was favorable to sucha Hood actually won the award Iiwutrli: Math t.a. Win" '
rant," h, explained. ." found i from the role ana Vsn.tabis Inapaotien. .Die plan and It remains to get the for the bank but a local committee TIll post pay no salary and the sod TMtan. <.nt. ..rf Rairlat' II
wunnown D*- a *rt
"Th to tax 1 II the power VI.lnn; information to the people for decided to the official pay no qualifying fee. ..
power Other word that proved stum- ocean and donated to the UnlveralfyT" IIy all I.IA rr. ."'d'f.'r present KTrHAFiri w incE.
to destroy," be added, saying bung blocks: for lenlor high contestant ........, fU unr.rlpeA ::11 seacs.ret" their Approval. There will be award to the writer the letter. West Volusla! peace Justices Attorney for Karat. .
...... P .tt..U.M.4I'IN"'I.IITTLlMI
be ruck. a..411 WhpAnn.ran qualifying Included Horace He. _
should veto an speakers There was
that a governor were "Inveigle"itra. The Journal) ef Msmmalngy es. Ina uniws.rr'I I tae available meeting will Just the single -

appropriations bill unless thrcla U| m" and "eovetmisness." >c. 13,19(3. carries a note contributed t/mrlsa, .l I' msreM16 Is tae 54451Arne. be held In all West Volusla tom award, but Miller did say that ley, District 4, DeLand; Charles CfttNTT JVTX5BS T: NOTICIIX COlTtf,

revenue to support It. Fifteen West Voluala schools by Hansen and Stetson .tal.) 171 nag rrMfrult' 1.t.0 munlties to>> see it the poop the runnerup letter was sub- Lennon, District 6, DeLeon VOM'SIA rot-NTT, FliOItID
:: : 'i.i. ,,:'re; Springs; and Eric Pnvttt District *E'; ESTATE OF,
TAG COST i would be Interested In making by a member of theCocoanut
sent M students to the spelling student Harold F. Weaver
oa a1e.htppiet tetul Al 105.117 ......, : pocKLriL
H* scored the Increased test 6fvehlcl finals. Each school hid been invited this subject Clan.,' rail.,, tee1 er.M.frou one payment Instead ef giving Grove Bank of Miami.! 11, Seville. iksnE" Xmaau! Doekltr....,.. .
oa car owten eesnta& to the drives The contest to West Volusla constables who>> fc *
: tags placed to lend a winner and run- Ileya rep a .u.rr many they ar now was highlight KOTICB I l .
session.Be twin .f U1.1I1 emus. the first Jumped Into the races Included J'Nm"I.WH .
this past Uglslittv nerup from the Individual school! solicited for. anniversary of the nnil.ralfn*

said this was don. becausethe rented. There were 22 contest- MnrltetsJACR16NVtlL "This method was used tw Micro-Data Division which Harold Carlisle, District 5, Pier- Ex.rutru!:. f'lnekl.1..l, of the.,a Eitata Hanrr of En>H anu...rrE '

appropriations\ bin was anti In the elementary category: ObituariesAdams Egg years ago In 1,200 communltlei handles business equipment for son; M. C. :Bessinger, District DAtiilar P.c....... hat *n the ink
signed by the governor and revf solve Bell 6 Howell Company. 8, DeLeon Springs, and Thomas d.r of, A D. IM4. .
six In the Junior high, and six In to the problem ot giving to ..need her Final: Account aa suet
nun had to be produced the senior high. There were 11 I:; ,pp ve4. .aienciea throughout Word of the local award cam Lcadholtz, District 11, Seville. E*.ruti1x to.athr with "* "**

"If elected governor, I wul girls and 11 boys parUcrpatlD"llosquitoes"Ualt Services NapRh.aet. ae tet.ll.m rlnnda :tar:. ." MsrktPrim. the country.; \ ." Kent said from the ioro* office la Chicago t County* th*, Florida rmintv and Juili hi*of tlOen Volui: .t

vet an appropriations\ bill un- ..Careen. -UrEAL CARD to th'l''rloll.qmce in Atlanta NW Chamber Meet that cite h. Sites ..... 45.17
lees the rvnu measure to ,up. Funeral services for Ellsworth Lars and finally to the stat headquarter F.i.eutH afttr tl"' :a tray
\ .. .-.... 41 The. Fred Freeman. Lake this .( ;'jr *;; .
l' HA ttr
port>> It comes along with It, M. Adams 131 E. Indiana Ave., Lsrie; -_=..=_. =.._-_....5..41./l..._ ., Helen- winter resident, showed In MiamiTelephone I PIERSOX Directors of the "*" .p JTT.U R.I'W"1tt.n'

6e d.clared. who died Monday, will be at 2 50.4m M ,. n.u the Appeal Card h* has tiled outat Northwest Volusla Chamber fComm..n:1 .r E." *
A. tteeetr' y J
was introduced by Jams Bid For Freedom 050.117 .=::::=:::::::: 47 .
Kelly tomorrow in the Chapel ofMemories .,, fINokl.lr0 nry
p.m. small) ..._......_...._. $4.55Pulftr his home In Beck t. Mass forth Crews : will meet at 7:30: 5'.".. ", E, d..d.
,(Taylor, flerson, who predictedthat of Lankford FuneralHome .. ,.....; ,"'... 1$1; put 29 years Becket 1* s p.m. today In the Community lni.' A.orrFRVE8T BAAAuornar .

: Kelly would win U th* tintprimary Swarming mosquitoes. drove with the Rev. Junlus Foster JI... Llptt 1.velusuA. mall community and has found Repair Cut Cable Center here.Regular hr the f ..t'.. .
IyH ye '
t '
If th* peopl ef Floridawould of the Stetson
an escaped stat read prisonerout pastor Baptist UNTY the plan most satisfactory, Mr. business will be dis- -
get on. Ktlly'a "Go ef lice wood last night ontoa Church, officiating. ki Ctn. cussed and committee TO e:"ioiTO"'
told reports
Freeman the
Fart! Lars* ._._ .. 4T A. group A severed communications tie TUB COUNTT Jta
read where he was appre.bend.Q. Burial will be In Springfield, farto .. ..-.=_ .... 41 45e4Av5riri "W* have to find out U this cable this morning will be heard. COI-RT IN AND FOR vdrvr.sTT Lt euA.
Vt. )(."11111I _.__........... 41 .. disrupted all\ 'WIUD.IN PlOor
... 1.! th* thing for ua, whether esloot telephone and radio service between RATE:
DeBary Cof C Post Capt. H. D. Crenihaw .f the ,ri.-. tram YomuIt.PMItryman w* should go on to establish DeLand and Daytona AE TATE OFJOH.N
stat prison road camp on Kep Service 'a .Ano.b t .! Ab814 EaLAOOD"M"::
Daugharty a United Fund Kent said. "Th Beach, according to Gordon Ps
Official To let Rnad Identified tile prisoner DeLand Chamber of Cemmerc Rothermel, Southern Bell district W ; T. alt! cradltw* ndccall dyeraslin.t :: :
Resign **
as Robert L. Carrier, M. Carrierwas Funeral services for Hardle R.Daughirty Low Bid Viewed Industry ha1nf tlaimi
U undertaking to contact supervisor at DeLand. ald evstet .
working with an honor crew 73, Perkins Highway are .arKMIflad .
1 Rothermel said Y and each ef 7e
organizations, people the
DEBARY E. A. Davis Jr.. at Lake Wlnnemlssett when h* who died Tuesday will 1 be Womack Asphalt Co., Daytona / and required' to V'
leaf horn builder, said last fled at 1JJ3: pjn. H* wai caughtat at I p.m. Friday In. the AllenSummerhlll Beach, was apparent low bidder West Volusl to explain the pies* Truck Route near U. S. 17 and the any clalma" rtUl.r and of dsaedS ITOII' may whet h.4

night he would resign as president 1:15: dm.Highway Memorial' Chapel yesterday la Tallahassee for con. and determla the reae oa. south of DeLand, .gnat:: th. seta,. of John, Albl
Kent added.At was cut about 7:30: a.m. by road F.rlinitar raMd. l.t. "' Vol.'ai'eenty'
of this town's chamber of patrolmen aad sheriff's with Elder J. D. Johnson of the itrucllon tf a segment' of thaBarkervUUOrmMd construction Florida. t* th' ";. Jnh5
commerce, effective: April L. deputies BUI Carlisle and Primitive Baptist Church of. Beach Ugh. tk* Chamber of Commerce equipment All Redwood BjIlHIOB.; COUOtT Ju,,:: Of On..
board meettag that preceded service to Daytona Beach war luala, CoimtT., at all Macs hi tMCeu.q
Davis who made' the statement Harold Cooper", aided la the hunt touting.Burial. D.tanl. "'n.
halted aced runho I*
to new reporters at a pe> for the convict. will\ M la Oakdale way.Volusla Ceunty Deputy deb the general meeting IIS was some line providingservice o Cedar luala County., Florida. wlthlainontha a.
dinner!. la DeLand at whichSen. ( five yeah Commls- tuned In for membership, from DeLand te Orlaada from the date of Ideal Carrier wee serving Cemetery 3. V. Doyl and coolly and Jacksonville\ also Chain Link k_ ,...4U liaise ace
Scott Kelly *t Lakeland was en a breaking and entering c ivlctien sinner Grady WOllamaoa att..... bringing the total paid members wen o maitda not warn,*d within the.
to M. It Is expected that by next severed. tim an4 In the Kiaim,r ra no reason Coun
HUlsboruga .
special guest lave from tel the bid
l\Irt.lda F. Freer Southern :Sod no EITIMAT2If het. hall k* kamdl aa praylddo
:f'till repair crew r-
the chamber'' will .
Sot his planned reslgtatiea.Davis ty.; Doyle said Womack meeting approach .
a Kelly supporter ta Crenshaw laid Carrier wacovtre bid was for lprtXInt.ttlJI214.o till goal *f SO member stereo partial servlre by I a.m. Ata N tsbr0.r to Alt,.j':1.
Vtn. Ua F. Freer fc, MO S. 18JO ar LVDLTf A,
By :; a.m. regular Han betwee
Installed as from tk* ........... 1..nit
West Volusla. waa with welts Florida Avedied at 4.M 000 let construction of the link A. r. .r she
; am. DeLaad and Dayton and ' ef .1.11. AlblllJr40"
chamber president la January. mesquite \it... today at Flak Memorial Honpltal from Interstate IH to OrmoadBeacfe. Beach were put back Into service ... r>--....,

cult where ah* had been a patient 'CLEAN.UP'WEEK with ,flLt",. W MARTIN. '
register; and four altlquelwel' temporary repair, W. N.+ Test. ArcNOTICtl
that till focal firm Md
M said
Gun Shop EnteredAngevU were italen. for tour dayl. Rothermel said. Fun service fo La.... 1'1.

Deputy BUI! Carlisle U tavestl- She was bore March I, 183, was about S1T.OOO lower then SET for all line wax restored before foe,.54.45.4
*'! Gun Ship oa U.S. In New York. thos of other firm ReeL

IT. south of DeLand. was entered gatlncVolusla. She Is survived by her. husband BY CHAMBER 0... e4 reblt.ue OP SUIT

and robbed of Items valwd Thomas C Fraser De-i Wildfires Reported irvcxtH:> JttrtictactRct it7LOSID \

at $300 sometime Monday night. Lard; a lOll, Kenneth C. Fraer.Pittsburgh la a drive to Improve 1"4 "' > \ "" s.
Sheriff Rodney Tnursby reported Mrs. of woodland were fat TT A. CfCHANCERT.t : .
; a daughter Eight acres appearanc commer Fresh-Never Frozen!! 114cs.y 1'1) U" DN. R
today. Herbert .. Cuna.. Lot A./Itt. I... burned by e wildfire yesterday till and residential see- Loll...T. o00D.PEED, PIaI.utI
Entry wai made through a 4 a sister Miss Lillian C. West afternoM between DeLand and tier of D. L e a d. the THOMAS OOOMPCZDCf

window Into the Antique Shop bt tm. DeLaad and five graadchUdrea. New Smyrna Beach, the Florida! Chamber of Commerce *
to the shop Th rtA. ot A-nzsa nOM ocm raJtst-rcfetm' TRW !lAd! Or TH* TAt'ii
adjacent gun Forest Service reported today Beauttflcatlea Committee OF rLOR'
thief broke through the wall Inside Allen'Summerhm la U charge Another. wildfire yesterday ha set March 819 aPalatUp Tot' Tthom.ene DAdw.ed

th* buHdlng! to get Into tilt v.R'F of arrangements. afternoon burled six.tenths of CleaaUpWeek. FRYERS..Ib.25c and aMm k .t lac taAnwrtcaaa eC ......_

lUll shop. an acre In Country dub Estates ." according to Kay Aaatraaa _U
!tWO worth of Old >;< Cn .
Two pistols William Ile CfhoWUllam ranters said Hicks chairman.Mrs. A..apola MarrWod
coins, $7 la change from tilt Hick announced' rtA. CB. A-rxRda nOM ntx-Tooio TM an kankr r-. lr.d t* III.
vt k the" CVwa W <.> Cwt r ear
\ Hough. Ceho tt. ROTC I* \'I.ltf'ttStetana the planted drive at aa ancww N UM Bill :f CwnabliitAio4
IIIwdA ef Ib 11 mil aniiwt r. .. tk*
Orange sty Mobile Home Park organization HENS 29c
nNt1'III \
1 i. .M T. .."tJa4 .ana. N *r hoerOthe
died at 1:45 a.m. today al Flab University' ROTC the committee this week . Iltk aajr *f UrnrrH. A (V i5u4

u..... a.ny Last wtere.M .. Memorial Hovpltal where \h* Bad unit I II being atoned today by She said city and county S.NSe. r** a oapr ptiecesiheKx. p >_
tI T.u. p.,. July .r...,3krtatau beet patient for see day Col. Robert r.'IU.: chief .f officials and the State A Cklckcai WWI TIM Real CMrk. llavw! We Babe laTMy *- e.reey K ktrx o4bM. >whets Jr. a4drm at Is

(La: kof Uy.* 1, fiataa qhaek.4tM rvbttakiajmpaar a Ben ta Smlthmn. fa. April XtHt ROTC dlvtslot. Reserve Camponeata Read Dept wffi be wtt4 I!**** Teeth TIM Ofa4 Hr'aml Fresh KTry: D.,. PA"D.L.a"e, UL r. .*.. Fwiaa.

a t U* .e'i w.NU.dsou4a.ar4 L *'4 LOANSRY h* was retired torn. .the office of the U.s. Army t* patieiptt* la the aaaualapraeeap rtA. G*. A-ruu noM ors rawg:52 **a D.Leaa rWi{ Ptrofcurgi CM Co.H Evans: II caasulttag wita till eaMipalg. %! 01 .r4*. scan ka ssb am4

ee .eeeAet .t 1S Puss $0b55M. to mrvt\-"d by kit wife. PH:!. Maj.} BewUtt E. Ralaer, Mayer Louis fikUlnua U ftbeual. 571 -wests a.ZJIIIt"5501 for Vent i", ,.,J1M

',:". j". Mrs Mildred c..... Grant in tilt august t-rat14 ef the expected proclaim ttpertad. ItaRR eM M' O4.

Mar.ei A.kl." Tlr* *... JffO..A.a fttyi eae daughter, Mr*. Ruth ROTC program and piM* a*\. Mrs Hicks empha- *.... r--.- .... U h r ....., -a.-t .day. : KvrcitEnFOJ fCK: FATLI: AnA'RE.a.n

15 .: R, --01w.nha -''.' Ross Yates Hl tftbetllam. Orrnead provemeata. stand thAt to be lunwsts 1. Tt* aatar* *f Ula M<| la a MlWKiSSVy
Js'P J ,.
'start ;,=1.t': ..., Cat Evan I II graduate eI tile does' rampalga\ will
R. io'"RJ.PRli. Beach) shred .llt4'n. )11'1. a up ..*. ...4 a..l .,
TrON AJ. -'I"-II.W.r.NTA TITF.IJo" Maud batty of Charleml, Pa. the Army War College ArmH mwd the fooprvaikM ef all 1T4 i.IA M. FoKMU Ooxwy. FkwMx

44th "at,H.Naw hn'7 reek.'IS N.I>raek Loan Co Inc. ...... Bulk Lang .* Iirlk. Verno Five fAIl CMh-g* and the t.. .e'.ih. talk 4, .( r.wwr. A.AJKM

ettaainiRI l *U IUTM* *, ra, and ),I.... Blanch/ OwnmaAd and General Staff Col- She note that date. forth urns not INC* AUUCT roctrmt rtisWS .. "'"R''.
R, Carriari I On ?.** ,'"...' nit LOANS T* fM Small of Charleston. W.Va., and .legit He heMs the Iffton of drl\ Bad been set to B.: BEECSrOKO: niO!.K twig 'A","......a"enrr q, .It! 1rb.r'dsanrnr. r. .
noaiha /.**: f r.a awaika, /lal two grandchildren.LaaUord Merit the Bronao Star Medal make till community moreattractlvs 'I. .e., ,
On* ';':: | 0.e .*.W La 107 Wilt IneleM All LM Mary Dressed ... .,.....Pros e1 CM'sn a, fUCHCL AVT>ltKWl
II' mall: On. T..., I>L .'1 Funeral Ham U Incharg and Commendatloa Medal with for Easter.
nanika IID.Sni tkra ...ta.. ,illw PM" 134.221L. arraagementa. Oak Led Ouster. VUUM1C4UN's
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ClESTO>lES DeLand V urally Tender Aged
... i t W D BRAND :
%%t L gbJ SIRLOIN' '

1 !: SteaI
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, 88
I __ u SN FUII CUT ;
: : rJO EI 18 r ru a I
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Shrimp..rN1N pinnar rAaN r* : ', ET.43 8ONELESS ROUND : 88;

I 31 LOIN 1 ROAST 80NElESS Roast SIR 101N 1 I LL 88;

E1 ,;
V HTHII 7 RIB 9 IN, Roast
Rings CUT LOIN t It 88
Onion I REC9 o ;
M..eN I ', 39 39 F A FRESH

1: i ;= LB. LB r. Beef U 3 9; IS0

E TMI irt1 ? a 25 miA STAMPS with O...*4 Sh..4 FR'EgH I '
sAp, Fiuet Ir1.a. Cube Steaks 10 For 89' i
Sausage.Ji.5.SUNN'fLANDFUSH'O.( u. 39'riESH I Pecan Pie Pot Pies. 6 "-'z. 1.MetTON .
E> [I ypes! a IOSTON IUTTS '. .
pA{ MA7W p pMN.ON ; Pork Roast u 39' 1.LB. S Nt' Np'l'lL CHI FerrIIy" .

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..:.' t1 E- I SLICED WH LI w HALF TAW r>G t ... WHILE' THEY. LAST Donuts 3 '. 1. I
Country Ham LI>. 91' .. .. Pk0
s 99 venA TAMM WITH GA. HAND I' ., e f| met fURI CONCORD MWW ..
a crick Sausage u (9* .i Grape JuiceIMrKOYID IGplc 39- ;
0" Cr ; ..,I.A .. .,Lk.-.1

PePimi ... --. ....,.. .. .... ,
WINN-DI>nl I iIr. r :r>I t'1\ "' : ; 1'"_ j

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gpaeishTM.V Peanuts = ,
YA-? I 1 1 '
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.. :, DETERGENTsew Pork & Beans EVAP. MILKS
$ ; S 20f Giant Ee,< Svt Slit .300 ell"", .v. 3< Toll C.n Sew I4t. 1.Ut. Cen !pv/ u. 1.Lb. C1n

r' '*9.;' 7 Crest.Tooth AT ANY"V1WN-0IXtt ISNN 4 9? 3'9 9; 10i 59;' 49;

I .N LbwS 1.+ft E!.b6)e1M LMt E IA E3. 1.o) Ir Lit j ..... IS. 14 .,.f U. 10.Ms" u. ,...MN. YOfR.CKXCI\ LMt I..M| I"isd ir M.INr.

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SAVl1041A... Dolt f JUICY FlUStf FLORIDA
P'apple Juice-1. 25/ I I Grapefruit 8 .L- 591 DAIRY MHMMHMI '

SAVE te< EACH, inir. ajm 2 PI..w) EWEt1,1UKYRpH FLORIDA
Beef Stew- 391 I flii I I I Oranges 5 59x LAND CX SUNSHINE .


Tomato Jukc' 191. I Cabbage 51 I

Tissue 4E: 39xSAVf I! APPLES I Onions 5 & 39/ OTRS. rI
.ChrnaMoN R.IIs a 291 ; ')9 ; Russtts tO & 59'SAVt 3 adNM w I A
3H IACM..t '

..,Dinner. Rolls' 10IZ_ _.-, IItlHI15. u.91 .v ___J _.
i .

r lfDllget a SI1 euelflihlf1 Gltl6'ta"( tortrc'ttf dil1e 4f. :'.

2 tola' Stares Ti Serve Yin-845 West Mew Y.rk & 145 East Rkh -' :-.

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.IOU. HAIIE"BMBJEI. ..'... ALEX GBAHAM For Parole Commission

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.'. I Jly JERRY: MOCK Louis Wilnwright head! of the .

Sun New Capital CwreopeiidentTALLAHASSEE Division of Correction, complained .
TRAIN. THEME Topic Given I Florida's of opposition tri. the partof

Barberville Parole Commission has been the Parole Commission Insetting

i under fire from several dtrec- Indeterminate sentences
HonoredAt Of Pierson : lions is of late and may be in The Indeterminate' sentence

Tiinmy Taylor Personals tar some reorganization by the would be one. such as six

11965 Legislature. month to IS yews. Wilnwrlght,

LCW l Meet I The commission, a near- and others, charge the commit
if- autonomous body, has been! crttlcled lion decline to set sentence
Luncheon : staff aided of two less than the maximum exceptin
L i I by
Birthday Mr*. W. R. Seymour were visit.Ing PIERSON "S. Iv. t 10. I Ii cabinet members and reprl- extreme emergenclesSMarsh
in Avon Park with
recently i Belonged was the topic ot the manded by the Slate Cabinet chairmen of the commlsilon .
Mr. and. Mr*. JakeiByes.Mr. Bible hour when. the member ol AWARD WINNER-Jerry Sheehan (right), news feature Pardon Board for Its lack of thin year, denied the
and Mrs. DIU.rdh.d
PIERSON Taylor ted Mn. Dixie Turner, Mn. Dewey the Lutheran Church' Women I columnist and reporter on male fashion for this newspiper 1 minute keeping. Artlon in the charge.
TImmy their luncheon
I met 1'IIurtd.ylleht In the and Newspaper Enterprise Aisoclitlon I receives the "They (Division of CorTee.lions .
board stipulated
Mn. Martha Mc. pardon
hon. Carol Carlisle
29 and I
Wai four Feb was last Friday at their home on the .
luncheon Glnnl, Mn. Joyce Cade, Mn. Parinh Hall lor their general "LULU" award for "excellence of editorial coverage in the minutes of the meetings be ) want to get rid ot peoplaand !
wed with a birthday St. John River Astor Mr. and
ot the month. fishton" 1963 from Norman
meeting field of men' boyi' during want ."
we to. protect
!DeLand Mri. William loclety.Mirth
Saturday Godfrey of Mr. W. R. Seymour and Mr. '
The with Institute olld.n' and Boy Wear kept.Reason
meeting opened a Karr of the American said 'when
was' thaton confrontedwith
for the action
the affair Eubank, Mrs. Irene Carlisle Mrs
The setting for was and J. H. Seymour Yourielf limed
scripture lesson on Lent and aprayer Sheehan who writes a weekly feature "Suit
the home of his parents, Mr. and and Mrs Betty Ziebarth.Favor Mr; and Mr. H. G. Seymour by Mrs Sony Llnd- directly at male fashion trend, was presented the award several occasions cabinet this charge. Marsh said

Mr*. Jimmy Taylor on Washington of small flute were spent lent week with his brother strum. A tolq was sung by Mrs I* the climax of the four-day fashion preview and prey members reported giving orders some' 42 aeptence.! were set by
Ave.A given to each child) present.. and lister, Mr. and Mn. Harold Carlisle, accompanied on workshop sponsored by the Institute that were forgotten or shelved. thl" CIImm1llIon'la8t year state
train theme was carried out Saturday night Tlmmy was W. R Seymour. The guests were the her E. According to one cabinet, member wide.
piano father GvWexuma
IB. the.decoration of the party honored again ,with a family enroute to their home In Tamplln *. the board ordered tht commission Wainwright and Marsh disagree

rooms. dinner to which the following Va. after spending two Mrs John Halbnan. wn In to provide_ for early over the method of release.
refreshment table Wal Pierson Personals release of a prisoner. At the of prisoners for whom Jobs are
TIll were I Invite I d-hi* maternal months In Ft Myers. 'charge nl the Mn. ,
Covered. with' a cloth decorated grandparent, Mr and Mr*. Oscar Other guest at the Seymour 'I James McGlnnl program.conducted the next meeting, three months later available. "'.ln ivt1g11t accusedthe .

with a' cplorful screen print Greenlund'; Mr. and Mn. T. home Tuesday and Wednesdaywere business meeting PIERSON Mrs E. T..Peterson Billie, Ky.. and Mr. and "Mr-a. the man still was not re Parole Commission of foot-
design of .trains:'And, ,Centered DeWltt Tijlor" Mr. ind Mr. and Mrs Hope Wolf I DnWF-RT CWR5KMn. president of Florida Lutheran Tom Ford of DeLand leased Report on' the release dragging. He said .it takes from

with a gray and red engine vase! Greenlund and children of Uvafda Ga. Mr. Seymour i Ralph E. Runued and Church Women will attend a Mrs. Herbert Osmer and await the next meeting which 30 to 45 dayr top .n applicant

holding red tulips. :The coffee Lisa, Kathy, and Bobby Mr. and took his guests while here onJlnhjng a Mn. Lane Burned' hostesse. Leadership,Development Work daughter r Kathy and Mr. Hazel make nine months since he to get! cleared and few Jobs .r.

table; featuring an orchid and Mn. Joe Plttman Mr. end Mn. dip on the SU Johns served a dessert course el pill shop for Lutheran Church Women Rees and Mr. and Mr*. Larry was ordered released. 4Tht pardon available for hit length of

yellowJonquil! arrangement. LeRoy Carllnl and daughten.- River. ala mode end coffee to the abovementioned of the Lutheran Church In Jones were visiting Mr*. board meet every' three time. He said tht:federal system
Completed!: the decor. Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Rhode othltrvtUe. and Mn. John Prehn America to be held March 1013 Osmer' husband Herbert Saturday months. does the Job In seven to

..- BIRTHDAY CAKE'- ,,N.C. spent the weekend and her guest her mother Mn In New Orleans, La. Sis: women night at the Halifax Hospital BOARD MEMBER 12 day' Marsh retorted that the

The birthday cake,wai ;iced In SevillePersonals: with 'hi* parent, Mr. and August Hem formerly ot SagInaw will represent the Florida LCW Daytona. He wa expected to The pardon board 1 I. made up' Division of Correction upend

blue and white and topped) with Mr. W. C Rhode Saturday, ,, Mich., but now redding inDeLand at this workshop Including: Mrs. be dismissed this week. of cabinet member the governor two to three weeks processing

a miniature train and four canNes they all were In Romeo\ where Mn. E. G. Wexxmsn Paul MerU of DrLand who lathe Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pierann secretary of state attorney prisoners who have found

they were the lupppr guest of end her house guest her sinter Florida LCW secretary. and hit mother Mrs. Ursula general. comptroller and Jobs.
The highlight of the afternoon the W. C. Rhode IOn and Mn. Anton Larson ot Rockford; Mr ,and Mrs. John A. Clark Underhill were lulling their commissioner of agriculture "We're not. going to release

for the small guests was pinning daughter: Mr and Mn. Chuck HI., and Mrs William Euhinks. were In Lakeland recently to daughter, Bonnie Saturday at I The Parole Commission which Individuals we feel will harm
the smoke stick on a train. SEVILLE- Miss Ruth ,Bakerof Hedge Lillian ,Glntor tilts Wesley visit his and sister the Halifax Hospital. They received recommend action-on the partof society" Marsh Insisted.

Tammy Burnsed was the winner Jarksnnvllle spent the'weekend Mr and Mrs. W. R. Seymour haddock 101..'.. C. It. Strock- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKinnev. a good report on Bonnie's the pardon board is made Next: Three men with black

ef" this game.A with her mother, Mrs. Madesker wore the luncheon guest Wednesday man, Mrs. Claude Black, Mrs. Injuries which she received In up of three men appointed for bags).

luncheon of sandwiches, $ at the home of his ion Allen Bradley Mrs Emery New- Weekend guests. of Mr and in. auto accident several weeks I, slxyesr terms presently

potato' chips candy cups cupcakes Dr. and Mrs. H. )'. Home of and daughter.In,law. Walter and map. Mn. A. E Anderson Jr., Mrs. Clark were Mr. and Mrs. ago. Raymond B. Marsh Francis

.'and punch wan erved by Jacksonville visited at their Velma Seymour In DrLand. Mrs Lee Wilson and Mrs Beda Clair Siglln and two children of Volusla County School Superintendent Bridges Jr. and Roy W. Russell. Television
Mr*. 'Taylor assisted by Mr. grove home hpl'e. Tuesday Mrs. Estelle Buckles and M... Molandcr. Cocoa. John Smiley wan In .

Joe Plttman. Mrs June Plttlnger and daughter W. C. Rhodes .were in Jacksonville The next general meeting ol Mr. and Mrs. George Moore Orlando Friday where Smiley ,The Parole Commission Is at I'

1 Those enjoying" Mill hippy ,,Jill, of Daytona Beach spent Tuesday and Wednesday the LCW will be March 28 at enjoyed a pleasant weekend In participated In the ceremonial digger point. with the Department r faD'
t<:CulOd'Wllh Thorny wer 'Pit- the weekend with her mother where )tn. Buckles visited her noon with a luncheon Hostesses Key Went with stopovers In Melbourne groundbreaking for Central Flor of Corrections (officials of Programs

tied and Cindy Carlisle. Lisa Mr*:W. J. Woodard. laughter France and her sister will be Mrs Harold Carlisle and where they visited their ida' Educational Television the It.t,'. prison system). The

Kathy and Bobby Greenlund M. L. Waters attended the annual Viri. Carolyn Lan...... Mn. Mn. E" G. Wesamin. The pro- and daughter, Mr. Studio channel 24. two agencies should Work closely -
Ham- business Rhode wee the overnight' and Mil. Jones and In Ft. Mr. and Mrs ,Glenn Dodge of ''''''' NOTBI
Billy, Bobby, and Margaret meeting of the guest grim will be on Africa and Ray together because their, tanks ,' ,..,...". w
Cues supaneea
Her, LorI' and Karen Burnsed. Cleveland Tinker Inc: held III her ion. and d.ulht.r.lnI." Mr, John Benson will be In Lauderdale where they were' the Coelsburg, Iowa his been visitIng overlap heavily But you get eke M.IIM. '.*. It MikjMt N
Tammy and Cheryl' Burnwd In Cleveland this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rhode chirge. supper guests of Mri. Helen : her brother and sister.In.lav, different stories at opposite ends ........ Tae. .u. New, t> nt ..
...... .. ..
Scott Jones, Elaine Turner Joni Mr..and Mr*. W, E. Bolin were and also visited her granrldaugh. Fouler, Saturday they were the Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Hilsenbeck for of the hill In the Carlton Building .*...... >M !rot """..'...".>. tletee tilt ,. .._net
Jones, Celesta Carlisle Evy MeClnnli weekend guests of their son and If'r'and her husband Mr. and guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Herbert several d.)'.. They left Tuesdayfor which houses headquarters

Melody Jeff, and Greg Uw Mr. and Mr*. Mrs John Delmuth. Mrs. Buckles Blake In New, Smyrna.Mr a short visit with her,nephewand of the two agencies.Here .,*CkAi U"*MWeiHTV. L Dtrtoasuk .
Cade, Angela Eubanks, Randy Elliott Rolls In Tallahassee Mr. Doris Long. and Mrs. and Mis. Han Hansen ..I'erffi'IVlnl his- wife Mr. awl Mrs. Is an" example: The 1-1!! >* Ortaid
Carlisle\ Mark and Earl Zle- C J. Raker George and Erie Geneva Brown were In' Dayton congratulations on the David Hilsenbeck. In Runnel Legislature authorized 'a. Parole wDao-T.. CkM...I l 5.. 0._....
chew 5 OrtatpWSAM5DAV
barth HI and Tommy Godfrey of Cauney were among the Seville Friday on business ..I Honored birth of a son weighing t pounds before returning to their hom Commission Increase which WLOr-TT.

DeUnd. folks attending' the celebrationIn FAMILY VISIT iIs 1 7 ounces born Feb That 7:02: WEDDING: DATE would allow aims 20 more, district I:M IIII.>> .., '.' ar: IVNIN._. .. .
MOTHER'S ;MEAL Palatka Thursday Mr. and Mrs Lamar Allen] had pm. In Went Volusla Memorial Mr and Mrs. Dodge, i celebrated supervisors, Yet fewer <01 'Tot< frl

Mothers who came along were ,Mis. Marti Baker and C J, II their weekend gueiiti her j Hospital DeLandMis. their 42nd wedding anniversary prisoners. were released on parole I l turfmil UnratnuitMNw It.JU' .
let tvtd open laced sitidwlches 1 Baker accompanied Mli>s Ruth' mother Mis Martha Hughes: and Biillidaybirthday: Harold Wiggins spent while here March 1) In. 196.1 than J962. The a : hs.nop. '
ehlcke-a salad ,cike\, punch' or Baker In Juniper Spring Saturday hr brother and his wile, .Mr1,. Monday through Saturday, at the and went honored with a familydinher figure according, to Jhe- tM-. uo (It M .l.est. tt T. Server'',, r
ear '
,toffe*:.,Present.were Mr*.. OUve.CfoMlund afternoon where they vUltedMr. and Mr, '-William Hughes. and -ii 'Ia l t e d home IIJ. her ion In- .* and Sunday at the Hilsenbeck slon of'Corrections;',1287 15): iee. weareae..rdrta

,' Mr*. ,Annie Him- and Mil. Norman Cook of her sinter'and' her; husband Mr. birthday greetlngVto Mr*. Paul Osmer daughter., Mr and Mrs. Herbert home on Starling Lake. The in 1162 and U6S In 1J, 1:1C <<;>>,<,.,rHrlnkl W..'ih....r IporU, .
Burnsed,'Mr*." and Mrnliaympnd.Hemdoti'allof Buckles Thursday night' guests following wore 'Invltl'd. Mr. Marsh explains this In''. > welt
Her Mr..vCarmle Washington', D.C.,'who lie Vac' whose blrthdate wa .rml ( ) t l r.u .one oa'MnAnc
Bun- Moultrle Ga. were Mr*. Onmer't brother and and Mrs. David Hilsenbeck and of the %.-. "
Feb" courts
23: and offenders
N6rmaJon, Mn.JfIdy I tinning there torn,week. wan honored with : RillHogg'oeport putting 5,4kuse,Mnmrnta Ift.Muiltt ; .
.llter.lnl.w Mr and Mrs
Mr. and. Mr .. W;.CWBolln, Sunday, the above were 'In outdraw, ...birthday supper at ; daughters Elanla and Anita of probation rather than sendIng ,M tt f"oulII ,
11'1 range and Mil. I RunnelL Bud HUspnbeck and R..... ,
visited Pimoni 'Park bo hl'lp' Mn. home of her daughter and son Inlaw them to prison. 'Figuresshow /a)>> t3Ynn .
In Orlando with their, InlCheyens
ion Hazel Reel.Madeline .
Meets Listed and Mr. and Alien'.'AUht Mr. ,Willie Thorton' Mr. and M.... John. sons Sievle, Peter and Joey of no hefty Increases In pro- t.a. err "I..n
celebrate her HagMrom, a seniorat Ormond and Miss Betty Hllsei- ballon.. In Ins "BM H..II '
which 1962
Spth birthday In DeLeon some 2.502
Spring were
Mri Junlus &1111.., Thursday, I, Florida; Southern College at beck of 5 Mr (5) P..ttv Duke. .
wis March 4. Also Joining the After dellrtous npppr the put on probation by the They wei* accompanied to Orlando Lakeland has been assigned to .
Lautress Rainwater K Ptn,tlUf
For Picr.son by Mr. and Mrs Robert group wl'ra'RJ't'nda and Edward : gueitl*: enjoyed! playing gamesand the Dixieland Elementary school Joined her husband Wilson\ Rain and in 1963 some 2,881,. an, 1-00: m K t>lnnt' '
Gihbi'of Crescent City. Increi of 389.
of decanted H.nrtn luluhtW.aate
flower .
Bolln who visited\ at the fair pluses In Lakeland 10werks( of Intern I
for water In Orlando (where he Is.mpla'ed' ,
Mr. and Mis. Gale Purcell and
and later. joined the forsupper poll planted! with Phllodendrum teaching, Madeline! I I. the.daughter iiii.ktun1"ke' _,
eo'intDI group for the weekend. of"-
Meetings\ Mark of Palatka the Over .
son U
PIERSON were were awarded to E. P. Jones of Fight t* Ih tlevmth Hour
: of Mr. and MJ,. Ral- Mr. and Mis. Glen 1 IMne. she's ?
VFW'tneetsMarch Ci.ylpI'nt 40 KIM
for next week! weekend guent ol her motherMrs
Mr .
Descent Qty and bier Dan
Mr. Ida Belle -<*> ( '
,10 In.l,the Post Home. Ned' ,, Owen accnm- Hilda fOllkl'). They also Wiriensfard, Thelm and Betty lord Hagstrnm.MIU the weekend lit Daytona at the FLORENCE. Italy (UPHiPolice It,M It) V.:.nln. .
panted by Mrs. Lela Baxter and \isnr home of their .in,law rr.... .
Moore is acting commander visited with his father, the Rev.J. Wirreniford, Carol and Eunice son gal were holding' Emillo ,(as' :
while Wilson Rainwater 11 nnable' Walter FalrcJough attended the 0 Purcell and Mrs Purcell.Mr Clifton, J. W, W.rd'all.d' Mrt.Thelm Mr, and Mrs T. DeWltt Tailor, daughter Mr. and Mr. Claude Fanfanl 77;,an old,age pensioner Stan toe et ABCN. w.
to attend Town Council will lair /In'Orlaiwh' Wednesday *. Lamar: Allen and daughter Buckle I and Mr. and Mrs.; ''John tlallman any: .Mrs..C. Gay entered! .the today' for stabbing and :at t'rToitimt
I Mori
meet March 10 In the City Hill. Mrs Dan Hufrlion I I. a !patientIn Cathei1n tnid sa businesS I Later,,a' birthday cake (made were visiting; Jn Mima Sunday Halifax Hospital last week. wounding ,his In a 1,M tar > '.*
The Garden Club meet March 11 West Vpluila Memorial Hospital trip t Ie Orlando, Wednesday. by another daughter, ,Mrt Din afteiWn. Miss Faye McCormick of, Seville fight over which television l.M m Palpi. ae

at,3 p.mat the home ,o! 'Mr*. where she underwent minor loin O. B. Hall and'her' Wlrr..nllford'lIei'd in white I Mr. and Mrs. ,A. 0. Bishop was the dinner guest Sunday channel tit watch. 'IN.t.i' -wtihly' TV ....

Mary Curry. Sunday Mach surgery on FrIday. daughter Mrs, Drlscol Price and 'edged In blue and decorated had *i their weekend guests\ his of Mr. and Mil. Bruce Police Mid Fanfanl wanted to ',.l.'?...''... .... Ito. ttut* ,m f -A.lain. ...
mifum a rtiuiie *.t.
I ,tht.Lutheran Churchmen will Mrs. Annie Raulenwm entered Mil. R. O, Evans attended the I with yellow' rose and inscribed niece Mrs. Russell Gllhr..lhofNf Jones and IOn Lamar. hear Premier Aldo Moro' appeal .f par *u.< Parish Hall at Ip Went Voluili Memorial !" Smyrna Beach and her Friends are sorry to hear that
meet In the Hospital Cross State. Barge Canal ceremonies "Happy Birthday" wit nerved against Inflation while I
,m. March 11, at 2::.10 p.m. Thursday, She I.I getting along at the Rodcheiver Boys I with punch to those who c m* laughter Mrt. J; T. Wilson and Mrs. Florence Vaunt has sold Cino GuldortI the now hosplal- DeLind Ridle

the ,Ruth Circle of, the Lulh..r.1ICburcb fine.Mr Ranch In Palitka at which rime to make this a memorable: oressins I: two *children Valerie and Matthew her pl'eI1'1.. leycept' the lot bed son-In law, wanted to tune WJBS WOOO
Women meet at the *. Nannie' Cnwart remain. President Lyndon Johnson poke for Mrs. Buckles of Melbourne where her home Is located) and In soprano Anna Moffo. IMC K,c. me M c.
horn of Mrs. A. H. Stinnell In serious condition at WestVolusla and detonated the blast that Those I I Recent guests it the Bishop will be moving soon to take up
I present were Mr home Mis. David Cam- residence In DeLind. bash talk the Florida DELAND PUBLIC
I were gave a on
The next executive ml'l'tinillftill Memorial\ Hospital In broke ground for the long Buckles
I Mr and Mn. Danny
League Is scheduled DeLand. mack and daughter Blona of Mr and Mrs Fred Bernettoedattended Lions Foundation! for tht Blind
Luther awaited rand: LIBRARY
Wirrenvfnrd and daughters Lee. the Central Florida of which he I II _
for Much,, 10 at I pm. at the Mr. J. P Gunter eeleSntedhi Mn, Grace Bishop and ton burg. president.
Betty Thelms, and
Nancy Thoseattending Fair In Orlando 449 East New York Are.I
the Florida Birthday .
Friday to Tommy
Mr and Mr !:art | 75th greetings .
home of birthday Sunday with a Jim and daughter Kathleen ot Lenora, Mr. and Mr. Floyd ,
Military Ball et Company A, 2ndPin Mr*. Minnie Powell has been Bowel who was S March 2 and
ZUbarth Jr. TrlTnwn Youth family;dinner at his home. Help DeLand' were vlilting Mi*. Lou Clifton ,and two daughter Cam! Open Tonight Unill 9
moved from the
124 Infantry of Florida National West Yoluill honored by bin parents, Mr. and
Council meet' each Thursday of ing. him eelehrate this eccivlnn ise Price Thursday ot last week.
and Eunice Sally Barrett. Mr,
Guard In DeLand Saturday Memorial Hospital to her home Mrs Tom SoweD Sunday witha
the month la tilt' community were, Mr and Mn. Mi- Cowart of'Ohio
\ Raymond Emery sod Mr. J. W: Ward. Wade and le
night at the armory were recuperating following family party which included
buildingAthens: Gunter and daughter ef Winter wan visiting In Emporla' last Cooper, the Rev and 1.11'1. De- REMEMBER
Mr, and Mr. Earl Ziebarth Jr. surgery on her tip .several Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Sowell and
Haven: and Mr, and Mr*. O. week Witt Perock and. daughter: Deinn' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cart. Mr month ago. Mr*. Powell will children Melanie and Mike and .AS DOCS IT ant
,Woolwlne, and Mr.J. P. Gunter Debbie' Cue** ,of Palatka* spent" Mr and Mrs E 1:. Jones of I and Mr. Ronald, Mr and have! to remain in bed for the hi* grandmother Mr*. Rena OKKCNf rtnct Dew tt Fee LEM

the weekend withMr. and Mr. Crescent City, and Mrt. Esther : Mr. Lautenre Turner, Mr and next three months. .Roast. Met
Driiroll Price her parent Mr. 1 Cistnn. Mr.Dick Hartley. Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynes
,Pierson PTASJntes.llcct and Mrs. Clifford Cues were Tommy Sowed Mr. aid Mi.*. of Sanford and Mr. and Mrs
visiting In o.'llIIdoJo.; \ while Bennett and Mr, and Gloyd of DrLand
Hammed{ I Herbert Larry were Watch DeLand'sCmrd .
Last Tllmar here, they attended the Central Barge Mi*. Larry Jones.Mellle visiting their brother and sinterin '

Florida Fair In OrlAndo. J aid Laurence Turner .law. Mr. and Mr. Hernia
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: ..... ..MB1. Mrs Lloyd: Wilkes wai' TAMPA IUPU .,, A Navy I Plltlrtalnf'd'.t dinner Saturday Rxulerwi and their mnth..r.Join. Robert Blount U.S.H.:

:1'UnsoN' expected to leave thin week lor detro'rr rammed and sank a night at their home sun Tule Lake AJtre Raulenmn Ian week ,
illjITS&ii4aslCfgDtlrAtiYsli.lE. I : : -'The Pierson\ Elementary her home In Wan'ee.Ohio' after ( In Tampa Ray I'
.I" ;: .J.t'; : preceding' the Military Ball In ltt'rrfR: Gl'MTS
SC'hflOrr\ A will meet pending" several week at her .. Guard said On
finLand, Thoie were
present Mr Mr. .
:; 4 rDI TIDI ,Tbnclayllellt In the school 'No -' and Laurence Ho.kin
winter home In Emporla. OB" n' hurt. Joyce and Paul Carte, Norma had as their I
; ; ; : :. lunch room t,7.M.; : The Rev and Mr*. Marvin Dam.;*' te! the .deetroyer N. and Boned Jones Bonnie and Sunday! his Upper, Mr guest and
jlbwtessa Dr Lloyd Br>"". DeLand den" Rnone were U Orange Spring K. Perry was believed light.
i094ei E1161M11 M"iJi'I Larry and Barbara Jean Mr. Arnold HopMn and eon
a.see een.a' tist. conducted, a' dl'lItai11'1') Sunday where Mr.IVione| J* pastor The _foot destroyer proceededto and Herbert Beanen. David ot Ormond.
It the Merton school recently In ot the Or ing* ,,Springs. 'Bap- the Tampa harbor *o that Mr. and Mr: George Sear of Mr. and Mr. Roy Wall ol

Sluts Tomorrow cooperation .with the Voluula fat Church. An all,day ling was extent el damage could be .determined. Newark N.J.. house guest of Lake Mary. were visitlrg hi. 'CBSI
Delta! Association. Each
: child'steeth held and dinner wan served at .
Mr aid Mr. Oscar Grtf Ulld. mother Mrs Feasts Wall and
were eximlned and noteswere loos. Those attending from this The barge, one ol two being. are spending sometime la St. Bennie Beck and Marie SrAlley ,
tent home to the parent area were Mr. aad Mr. T. A. towed Id Tampa from s....- Petersburg.Friend Sunday The- also visited with

of .the children that need dental. Wakes and daughter Josephine. 'mont. Tex., by the tuff Able R. were,, sorry t& heir his and slater,
ca,..Mr, Mildred Bennett principal Mr. and Mn. Cow Steadmaa wan loaded with 1KO tona of that Mr*. Ruby Petty uttered a Mr. and Mr*. George Moore
ot the school was Inn and children lid Mn. Georgia sulphur stroke a patient before returning know

r Ma Craig of DeLeon Spring 1 at the Fish Memorial Hospital Mr*. Grace Farmer,of Linden t.R-= P. RTST
Mrs Vester 'Blackburn. Mra. la DeLand. wa the oversight flINt Sundayat '
Elmer Home, cad Mn. W. J. "mmm Mr. 'and Mr*. Oscar Greethindr the home ol her aunt, Mrs.Flossie .
1.BOULEVARD I BUckbure were U Daytona Mrs. Jimmy' Taylor<< aidSARI Van.

n trnTnshht Saturday on businen. S i Timmy aid Terry were l III Mr. and Mr. John Smiley attended '
Cindy Purvis, three year ''Wd CIUANC PLAZA Da>tw. Friday. a meeting at the Riviera ... teeged ....... d uiI5MNt.rNerstlea ,
I daughter ol Mr. and Mr*. Harry RESTAURANT Word has bee. received that Motel hi Daytoaa Friday spea- *. TV. wUety cMtf tit.Ie
\ II Wht Te0t Purvt bee been, a patient in the Robert Halite, lOa nl Mrt. send by the Volusla& county sMn'. II.... .bwb,
t. t. A M..MAMAM West Volusia Memorial Hospital Volusla Room Patricia Rtrhardsoe. has been Young Democnrle dub

alts 0,.. 1111- ..... ,lit DtUnd lor a week with a vtru. promoted te> Airman second Mr. and Mrs. da 14abdeekwas

She U showing woe hnprav- Thursday Special 1 das. Airman Haistea I h a* adminlatnttve i host to I family "|fet4e- TONIGHT, 7:30
-Alto MITUMd meat sad U efcpected te come' special b tie OOOth gnher" Sunday at their home to .
fOld11 TUISUT0lySS horn mmetime thl week' OkkM i Support Wing at Tacblkawa Abr which the following were invited CHANNE16Spon.Ar.d

LISTONCLAY < C....... Base Japaa Haistea' wife JeAMehr Mr. aid Mrs. David Musgrove.

Witt C.rteee Ca.HAll.WaM Now You Know".1a : POT PIE the daughter Mr?udMr I i Mr. and Mr*. Jobs'utnl1ey.. ., .. ; .

'; :Creamy mashed plane. rkh .*. Irrlng t Braatley at DeUed.v and Mr*. twit Jackaoe. Mr. and :by Tb.VTr.v.l.r.. lamrtac ConaptalMaad
: 1I.M ...... .... VWT PUGRTfXMr.
unite Peso I. :Mbit ps". trlifi eels slaw. Mrs Clyde Mel and Mr. and '
"SAA A CtOOttO SKIT Nee Tort City wa the tint ,.*- tltr**. lad Mr. Fart Xlrtarthprat Mrs. Michael nraddork sad :-
FIGHT KOBCIT: WAGN);. capital of the Val.... Stale, andGenrte the .weekend with tketrWMtalaw KIM David and Mike wh were I
All:" Oalr Washington took bin' j and daughter Mr. vUlting here from Gainesville.IJMM '

-rM1 suldowwnsSRo.r.r : oath' a* tint president in Fed- ,59, awl Mrs Bob Schmay ta Miami. tatenuitkMut Couurtnr JAMES F. CLARDY INSURANCE

FILMS! : MTmtvMj I oval Hall, at Broad and Wall Weekend guest at the Irma tArt Ziebarth was gneM ppeaker .
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Streets, en April 30, 17(9. according : Sin" 11 e.h Ms'3) p.L.ssaseeesesessa.eeases.: et Mr and Mr Ira Tranrae I at the Mrlnftwh Liens dan, I Mw nI4'Ui

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fig S KURD TlOtBA >SUN; KWS WBfffSDAY, MAI., It44 I '. .
skd \ I COIning Events : Mrs. Leavitt Will

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IJLWomen .'r JWC Board I WSCS Meeting J

vt'\ << 'I 'Tot members of the Wenban'1Society
F1,2 Members of the Executive
'''f r< I of ChrtttUa Service '01I
Board of the Junior Woman'snub
anrNTIR. EdMort ;
mLDRO I Trinity Methodist Church have
met Ut night at the home been Invited tt be the guests of
I : n( Mn Robert Smith N. High { I the members of WSCS First

t 20th Century Calvary Baptist WMU 1 I president st t. with Mrs.presiding Larry Jot Walker Mr tbodi't' Church\ at 2 10 p m,
e > i idav in the Fellowship Hall oithe
I I It was announced tNt a |'art\
Observes Week : + I for club members husbands and Educational Buildinga
Club Elects I Prayer ;, I guests, honoring new members Mn Russell H. Leavitt win

The Woman's Missionary a raLAiL will be held at the horn of Mrs. r. the book 'Take My
bv Dorothy dark WIG
New Officers Robin Lenholt, Rolling Acres
Union of Calvary Baptist Church March 21. son. This Is the sterv of Mary

la observing the week of prayer Aa Easter Egg hunt for children Verghene. a remarkable young
Mrs W. R Cashion Is president for home missions, "which began I ef J\\'(' members will take surgeon of India who is now
of the Twentieth Century Monday throughout the South. place March 28 from 2 until head of the Department of Pay
Club. She !and other officer ern Baptist Convention The S M p.m. at the) home of Mrs. : Meal Medicine at the VeUort
wert, elected at a luncheon meetIng mission book "AJ>>lee", was tol"n" Wilkes. lUt VUla Court. I Christian Hospital.
yesterday at the Calico Kit. taught by Mrs Clarence Eck- The following will The WSCS societies of both
chen Restaurant. roth. Programs for the week art I t Happy HIU playground .upervlA'l Birthday Boy FIrst and Trinity Methodist
Serving wilt Mn Cashlon for pointed toward the Annie Armstrong 1iii from 9am. until .() : Churches have been studying
196469 are: Mrs! Newell Davie, offering for Home Missions Tack Nation Mrs Rabble Davies la four years Christian Issues In South Asia
tint vice president: Mrs. John which continues! through .I Bucv )[\.. H. L. Guthrie and old tllt.H.: is the son of Mr. and art Interested la this young
the Mrs Dana and Mr. Robert Davies 221 woman
Jacobs second vice president; month of March.DeBary Fogle story
Mrs R C. Vaili, recording Whiners in the lord JWC E:, Taylor Road Paternalgnndparans Tea and refreshments In the

secretary; Mrs Don Mao sponsored sewing contest will are Mr. and Mrs.Thomat Indian manner will bt served
aughtDn.. corresponding secretary Club represent the Woman Guns of occasion Lloyd is ill N. Stone ItTh during a period cf fellowship to.
being marked
Mrs Leon Parkhunt DeLand In the District *
; swing the dining room following the
by serving Ice
treasurer )[n. Kenneth Flock, content tn Ocoa on March U. cream and cake book
review. Anyone Interested
welfare" treasurer; Mrs. H. L Bridge Scores Mission Study Book Taught By W4lIUMcmbers I Tht day will be called "fin to a group of Robbie'a frlcaoa. In the story Is Invited 14 attend:
Gregory welfare chairman; Arts FMtlxal"! and will feature
Mn D. L. McMurrln., publicity Teaching talents la the Baptist Churches of DeLaad will Join together tomorrow W present the a crafts display at well a. the Elks Ladies To Install
chairman; Un. Alfred Speer Two sections' were la play yesterday study of the took "Apogee," by Kate Ellen Graver, the mission book taught la connection! with sewing content Lunch will be New Officers At Meef King's Beauty Shop
Mrs. Peter Rasmussen, and at the Denary Duplicate tile annual Annie Armstrong Offering For Horn Missions Th teiwlon will be at the First ..,. served at Cape Colony and a
)In. C. D. Bowling, calendar Bridge game in tilt Denary Fire tist Church: and will be preceded by a covered dish supper at 1:10: and Mil continue until f p,m. tour of Cap Kennedy will t* Included The I't'culuI'INttD'' ef the 111'\' ... She. ow.ref
raw aae.r.esslIriau
chairmen. station recreation hell These unable t. attend supper may come later / tn tilt di\i events. DeLand Elks Ladles. will follow

The new officers! will be. Installed Section A winners north.south Members ef the woman s Missionary Union In each Of the Baptist churches are urged to take Present were Mrs. L. J. Walker the weekly pot luck supper at '
during the May meeting were, Mn. Robert Nlcholls and advantage of teen unusual opportunity Teachers presenting the study art pictured above, left Mrs CienaVUkM, Mrs. 6 30 pjn. tomorrow at the Elks 5
Mrs Harold Folkman, president Mn Ella Unklei, tint. Miss to right .seated Mrs Junlut/ Foster and Mrs. John Besrden. IteiMin Baptiat Church standing Gary Meadows, Mrs. Arthur clubhouse, S, Clara Ave
and Mrs. Canhlon, president Ethel Johnson and Mn. Richard left to right Mass Betty Fosrd. First Baptist Church and Urt. William Ober NorUxsia Baptist Sullivan Mrs. R.ohllLtftbnlt, On the agenda for the nutt' S C Oprreia. .
elect were named as d.l. Stevens, second: Mr. and Church. Sun hews Photo ty Hunter Mn. Hank! r.ra. Mrs Harold tint win be the IftittUaUOB of He Apps1a...est Neeesuq

Sates to attend the Florida Federation Mn J. B..Baker, third. Van Landlngham, and Mn. ErIc new officers Mn. Gerald Pay SHAMPOO a In .....lisa
of Women's dub meeting East.west winners were: M..... Hansen will bt the Installing officer
In Jacksonville on April 13- E. E. Batson and Mrs Luther Hotpitol Record. Hibiscus Circle -
II. Mn. Flook and Mrs. Jacobs Tarbell. tint; Mrs David Singer olusia Dr. Parrish Talks

were" named alternates Mn. and Richard Stevens, second; FUh, West VoliutaIM Names Committee I '
Davis will attend In her capacityas Mr.' and Mn. Charles Daglla, To New England Club Irlcino;
a state chairman.Mrs. third. I
asked members toLet ...., "".wl"l. _, Mw., M To Select Officers ; Men In
Spoor Section B wlnnen north south -" '" w. .. er Or James Psrrlnh. Winter
Add and birthday names la IM n.lane au .N_. U4aytVi Park
Mn. Ruth Blatt and Myron pastor ot the First Baptist
early for the next year's calendar Accardl. Ant; Mrs. Harold< \ MemorialBOlLCBirC ; A nominating committee was ; ServiceKARLSRUHE. Church was the guest speakerat .from'GLOVE
Miss Alice Sawyer called Lynch and Mn Norman Meyer, named yesterday at a meeting a meeting the New England I
attention for donors for the second; Mr. and Mrs H. E. SON of till Hibiscus Circle of the r Club last night In the clubhouse .
"E>t Bank" Warty third. Mr and Mn.. Alfred Beulertct, Garden Club of DeLand. The on W Howry A\..
Preceding the meeting a 521 E. Rich Ave., are the :. Germany (AHTNC .
East.west winners wen: Mn parents group met at the home of Mrs. Hit spoke on the seriousness ef
a, smorgasbord served to 21 of a IOn six ) Army PFC William
was weighing
R. W. Ackerman and D.Dlckey H. C. Van Reed W. MinnesotaAve. the nations political ,ltu.t1011and
members and three guests Mn. George pounds, UVi ounces, bona at Miles, son of )lr. ant Mrs. W U- the responsibilities of each
first Mn Arthur NEWSI I
W. D. Bniner, Tltusville, direotor and William; Lutz, second Will.rooll' 12:M Cm. March 4. Mn. Roy Taylor, president, Ham D. Miles, Seville and ether dtlMn In the present cr.....
of district six Mrs. Etheli ADMISSIONS members of the 30th Medical
; aimed the following members to During the bun nets session I
E: F. Benton and Normal
Otterson and Mn. 1.. D. MeDaniel. Mrs. Leila Crews, 130 Wood Group participated la field training .
i serve on the committee: Muss William Dean president, an
Meyer, third Qulck-drylnf NYLO tfovw. Now in colon
St., exercise MED DELTA
> Mn Florence Hedge, Ds which lIOunl'l'ltJI.., the next meeting
The wlnnen for the two Leon Hazel Myers, chairman, Mrs ended Feb. 12 In Karlsruhe Gtr Pink Blue and Y Uow well
The tablet were decorated Springs: Harvey N. Walker Uriel Blount and Miss Helen will he a picnic on March IT. Turquoise as
with croton leaves with a center- months series were: George DeLeoa Sprints; Mrs. Lillian Connolly many All members an to meet at the as White and Bone: '
piece cf drlftw! )od complimented Peanall, first; Mn. Ruth Blatt, Upton, 73) S. Sans loud I Mn, Otto Mlkltta was In During the exercise medical clubhouse at 11 a.m. TIlt annual
with shamrocks on the main second; Mrs George Peanall Ave t Mrs. Margaret Ashby, 609 charge of the and units under simulated battle banquet\ will be held March 21 '
table. Hostesses! were Mn. third; Mrs. Myron Accardl, S. Brooks A VI. I brief talk on program'Birds In gave the conditions, performed all phasesof at the Stetson Union. Ticket One size to fit all. Choose from iherty ens
Davis and Mn. McMurrln. fourth; R. T Stevens, fifth: Mrs DISMISSALSPatricia Garden' which was followed by medical duties Involved In the are now available and may b* button length' to the fashionable S button
Following the business session. Frank Austin sixth February \ M. McMahan Orange a round table discussion with transportation and treatment of purchased from Mn. Wallace
Mn. Folkman showed slides of series winners were: Mrs. Ac city; Mn. Patricia Gllmer in all members participating. Garden casualties from battlefield< to Blark. Ml tmi/ length.
the convention from 1958 to the each first; Mn. Blatt second/ ; St: Mtn. Gertrude Hon Mrs. hospital.
present time and of club parties William Woodlock third; Mrs. DeLand; Mrs. Mary Gill 431 N. Taylor tips wert given by Miles, a ward specialist( at the Cordon, Ca. II* arrived over. $

attended by the members.LENDDTO Pearsall, fourth Marvin Long, Kansas Ave; Mn. Amelia Mot- A white elephant sale win conducted 13th:: near I seal In February 1311 I and only 2 Pilr101PC.
firth gene, 440 S. Boultvard.FUh Stuttgart German entered tht The M)ear old soldier Is a I
by Mrs. O. C Baumai.
UBKAKT It was Announced that tilt De !MemwlalADMttAlONS The recent' Tour of Homes ribbon Army In August 19(1 and completed I 19ft graduate ot Taj lor Illglt I I
Bary club will sponsor the first winners wen announced basic training, tt Fort School In Plerson I \

Books -, Gifts 'Open Pairs Championship game Medical Mn. James Middle- They wens Mn Taylor, recetv
at 1:30: p.m. March If This will tog the Award of Merit for her
ton. 130 E. HINT) Ave.i Mn. i.i-
e .
be a one session game and will Elkhorn: Fern aiM I blue ribbons I t.If '
DUver Beldea, Lake deresford:
be at the Fireman Recreation three red ribbons tn tins )
I Albert Bushey Munch Ind.;
in near INDIANA Han. The fee la 79 cents a per Mn. ROM Hurley, 1401 N. Boulevard j' horticulture division. Other ribbon p ..

son. Chandler Sharon, Bevel winners wen Mn. Baumaa, 1r1L1ti
i Nursing Home. Mn Bruce Bey ,
Surgical) Paul Kirk Routs During the social hour refreiments ) ,
two. were served to those pie-
MlLT-IN.YOUR-MOUTH, DIIMlSSAU sent Others present wereMis: .
Walter Leach Orlando. Blanch Henry, Miss Florence
Johnson Mn. Myrtle Leonard '' (
Mn Forest Newwmb, Mist % ft

I rnEarslTkMUtNTJtV AHD, Elects Edith Ruggle. Mrs. R A. Wilson .
loll... W. P Wren and Mils
Officers For Catherine Connolly. The sent
meeting will be alike horn of
Mn. Henry lit W. Howry Avt, .,
Current Year Apt. T.HDC.

CANNED Mrs. Margaret McNeeley was Meeting Slates

elected to serve tt president of Program On Lawn Care Mt1M41k \\\r
HAMS the America Home Department ; 'rJ
of the DeLand Woman'l The regular meeting of the :
F Horn Dwnonstntlon Club will e
dub at last night meeting In
he .' ilia at the ::;
the Woman's clubhouse. trines at 10 ant 1 ,
4-LB. Florida Power Lounge, Mrs.
2.59 to serve with her were: Mn.
CAN Alex Elder, vice'president Mn. Walter Zapel will be! la charge
of the prcgrom on the can of
George Whalen I'fIC'Ordlnlf'tTIo .
"Lawns and ShrubsThose .. '
tary and Mrs. H. L. Outline,
Fresh Florida Grade "A"FRYERS corresponding secretary, and planning to attend are p
Mn. Lautresa foreman, treas reminded to bring a sack lunch. ,
Dessert and bnsrege will be. .
LB.. 29'PrMhCttleirVmrM ..,.
Ray Hester chairman of tilt furnished. Hostesses will be ?
West Volusta Unit of the American Mn. Frank Let chairman. Mn. ;
Caactr Society was presentat Otto) Braunhardt H.... CnraKlmmnnt ..
Mr, fartnul XL ;eI
the and showed --
meeting a
I.ekedSmoked JitiMri tdi Davidson
tgckug film, titled Is Smoking Worth > ,
Mn. Rollo Dean, and Mn.

TurkeyS Brit was announced that Mrs. Margie\ Draper
H. L. Guthrtt. InIt'C'I/ winner Members art reminded to
la the 'recent sewing contest bring article for a silent auetlna 4

saoisorft by the Junior Wnaaa .. and program and aongnonki. ...
Club, Future Homemaken Members of Ut choral club win
$3.49 and Hem Economics: duI practice following tilt meeting

at the Senior High School win For tilt external muscles, masUft. -
gn to Coca March 11. to compete or slowly rotate tine *....
ta District I sewing contest ._

Whtlt Trk..**UQIet rkvarbatl M sad WrtpfW Hottaaaea ware )(ra. Gordon \,
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FOR FREEZER Cm William Mn.c.rt Michael<<. Proton Mn. Rip Winkle :

Other attending were Mn. Cow't Sleei wi'NaggilglackacH ,
Beef'Loins u. 83/ forest Breckewldge. Mn. Robert
MrKlbhea. Mrs. Lewis Knee-
land Mn.RaaseU N I'IIII" Mrs.

'\ Lam,Mai knw+, Arthur .Fame.Mn. SUaley Mn, Dowttng ThomaiOausea. I. --c.: yNN -=
Mn. John Sartl$. Mn. James ,".1.! ::,==
Hamburger West sad Mrs. Donald KeDry.
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Cardinals For NL FlagBy ClayNEW


YORK (UK) -Heavyweight '

United Pr... litttntstitnilThe lifted/ replies from shortstop \ champion Casalus

St. Louis Cardinals have Maury Wills and outfielder ... I lay is the center of negotiation

Jnst what the doctor ordered Frank Howard. I today In a deal Involving VALUES ARE ::j j mint M justtn-i onion wKtHMeiT

tor a spring training diagnosis Baltimore righthander Chuck ..... millions of dollars for outside- i n mna m tf
leading to a healthy onion Estrada appears In good amps the-ring activities: a rtpresenta- j I IIIUS IM lUll *owMKnrJ"SuperRight"

consultants Branch Rickey and after elbow surgery performed ... live of the/ William Morris agency '
Stan Musial. last September and pitched] to disclosed

Rickey former general manager Oriole batters for 10 minutes\ "I don't know how rumors of t\ "S-per.light"

of the Cardinals who setVP Southpaw are Steve Barter' -- this deal leaked out," said Jerry 4-\ skeet Shank rally

however, limped off the field :,. ": Brandt, a Morris talent man
one of the first fruitful farm .. .;
Chain systems In the majors'; with a hamstring muscle pull In h ager. "It's true, but I can only \ II COOKED

predicts St Louis will win the' his.left let.Elsewhere. When the horses Disk semis '/ Mat this time that It'. tht
National League pennant on the Grape. the flnlih lint, they art dome : I ". richest deal ever negotiated for

providing pitcher Ray Wash- fruit circuit: more thin satisfying an in* jt' any athlete." :;J HAM

ttinrtlvt competitive urge, it- Without being specific, Brandt
burn has recovered completely Yankee
New, York Mumg- fording excitement and .nt r.tamment V .
added that the deal involves a ;
from last season's arm Injury. er Yogi Berra announr d his to some 17,000,000 Shanle Iv"

Munlal the nation's new director team will play no Intra.squad people, or earning a tat purse than the country Itself Into a series of one hour spectacular '.. Pertlen. PertleE
of physical fitness li ahpeclal games prior to the official cpen- for i their owner. They are also multi-billion dollar busin.... Inciting on television, personal tours, .
Instructor in camp Thegreatest of the exhibition season helping to build a hospital a the phenomenal growthof product endowments and the j ,

slugger In Cardinal ing Baltimore Orioles road a school tiding arrlcuNtural racing In the put two dtc making of rhythm blues records : ''" -- -..... .-- L33 ,/ L43?
the 1'
the end of against fain,old age: pmsion programs ides, It II pointed out that even and comedy records.Cl.y' :. '!i!::... .. ;: r
history retired at on Saturday, March 14, or centrally lightening the losers among those 11 hoi ----
1963 and left a trail of records The Minnesota Twins begin the individual i tax load, accord 11 beta added up to more than modest comment wee:
that may take years to match. full scale workouts today, hut : s booklet recently' pub- $2,5000(10,000, do not realty "I'm the prettiest man In Heavy Western Beef f ChuckROAST
Manager Johnny Kesnr 'exhibitedTuesday' limed by Thoroughbred Racing lout While the bulk of the ports. And so this deal is very,
broke the workout routine with preview slugging Will Aaeoctttiont. The purpose tt money bet merely chanm:;. very pretty In fact it's the
l y Harmon Klllebrew the booklet, "Jnsidt TEA and hands, the "takeout" from the greatest because I'm th.rrealest. 1BoH.In
hour batting practice ses.lion
A two and Bernie Allen at part of a TRPB" accordinf U the fort betting dollar li shared by the ." e
Tuesday, but kept an eye three hour workout word by Spencer J. Drtyten, .tat* and the track that putt SQUttyn Cuf 35"Suptrkighr
MI Washburn's throwing. Wash- PIRATES RET DATE 'IRA Executive Viet President, on the how. The whole economy ASK QUESTIONS:
burn won his tint five starts it to "clarify tile rtlationihlp, U further stimulated by Brandt of the agency was
'last season and then suffered a Pittsburgh announced a Sat. aims and purport of the TRA another 2b billion dollars questioned by reporters

periosteal tear of the triceps urday date for the first infra- and itt national Investigative which. la the estimated invtiUmtnt Tuesday night In studio one of

squad game Rookie right arm. ThorourhhrH Racine in same SO,000 race the Columbia records building
muscle.WARD bender Dick Selma replaced Alvin Protective Bureau.. However horses, 2,000 stallions, 11,000 where Casslus Heavy Wtitcra Shuldr Am "Suptr-Right levy WintersSteak
HITTERS IM4CRY was making a
Jackson for the New York 1* ao doing It alio,inlln Inter.eating mares, 1,900 breeding I .
Chicago White Sox third baseman picture of the growth of 101 net tracks and an annum: I Ip.'roll boisterous rhythm blues talk-
'- Pete Ward was hos- Mets three day ]Jaunt to Mexico racing, a sport at bid and elder of some $375,000,000. Inn and singing record titled Roast Ib 59x R, rli lol.n-'T.&n..c ub.RJb
'pIta lzed when he suffered! aback when the little lefihsnder'1finger "The. Gang's All Here" ; > ... .) (..". ,.,

'tlce, Dr.injury Anthony during Guzauskas Infield prac-, the week Walt Bond swelled that,I Houston's was up broken again( foot,last. .S.. YOUTH TOVIWAMENT t.;. the Concerning champion his said future: "My plans hear, "S UP..R lhr'H.aiT .;t.raFuliCut SteakSpecial Lb' 871

club physician, described the log at Washington has been set
Chuck lb. 491
220 pound outfielder walloped
injury as "an acute strain," J. In back Indefinitely. I mean the ., ROAST
three pitches over the fence hearing\ in which some of the
that Ward also contracted
misery '
session Tom
a slugging senators wanted to know about
last September FMS Win
Ward in considerable pain, Brown a again GreenBay decided Packer to turndown pro Dodgcmcn my various contracts with International A&P Frozen Reg. or Crinkle Cut French Fry
Promotions for
may be placed in traction and
his length of absence could not football offer to take another the Listen fight at Miami Beach
I shot at the Washington Sfna-
last month.
pe Second estimated baseman Nate Oliver I tors' first base postPitcher Action In the City Tournamentfor victory at they stopped the regular Potatoes 4 1Lb.Pkgs.. age
Dallas Green signed his eon- the Junior Youth League continued league champion Enterprise .

'became the Los Angeles'Dodgers' :' tract, )leaving outfielders\ Johnny hot and heavy last night quintet In overtime 39.31. Standings ,

flnt camp casualty Calllson and Tony Gonzalez with two extremely tight ball Scott Amour banged home 20

with a muscle spasm In hU"tack. as Philadelphia Phlllle hold games. One went into overtimeand points for the winners. He had afl..ld

The club sail awaits sati outs the other Into a double goal in the overtime play AMII..ICAN O/.United Prttt MOCKtY IMernMlenalIASTIRN LIAOUS' Special! Jane Parker Freshly Baked t

.. ''In.the 1 West's,Cactus 'circuit. overtime. while Vic Crawford dropped la DIVISION' .
\ '
Inclement weather plagued miJi When) the. smnk.r. bed finally two buckets : ." I : .rt{ Q"..... II w.II L. TPtaGIDA 1 13 rte IMH.rihrr : .;
Evansville cleared In the opener after the Corky Stowell topped the !losers II JT 1 it she JOT
>rje: 8U. .inhabitant/ ; Btlllmnrt U" I ID 177 lotTrnvliienr '
second overtime session it was with 13. Danny Braddock tallied Pie 39
Stiff Winds restricted lM Angeles i 17 30 t IT ill sat Apple
.*.. Angel workouts to De-Land Dodge the victor with a Jh. lone two points in the prlntfl'ld II. 14 DIVISION I 41 11* 121WISTIftN Etch
slim '..U decision over DeLand extra session. .
callthenlcs and running at Palm OeveUnil n. 4 10 '"' 141
Federal. Two more are scheduled for Pllt.hur.h I) 1* W 171
Rated No. 1 Calif. In Arizona the t fr:
Springs, the winners the Rnrhit M SI area WBuffi
Tommy Spence paced tonight In Junior high gym. In J1 51 .. 11 111
Boston Red Sox called off practice with 20 points and Dana At ( o'clock It will be Enterprise TUESDAYS .RESULTS i .--..- lob OffUbtllai.Viitatklt
because an all night rain In with IS. off De- Qu.he S Cleveland' 1 I r=
Fluegal.chipped squaring against .
NEW YORK (UPI) The made the Held at Scottsdale a Spence had a bucket in the first Land Dodge while in the night. P.ltlmor.(Only .(.mtt 4 I Cot) I i Shortening 3 cu 53c

tvanivllle: Purple Aces,. who quagmire.Rain overtime period that kept the csp at T:30 It will be FMS facing NATIONAL HOCKEY' LEAOUK I tft. PLAID
"two at Casa Grande Idled lie game alive while he and Fluegal Allen White. W, U. T. eta Of OA
employed a unique pta
toon" system to extend their. San Francisco Glints and at each had one In the second extra rhl Mnntrral,..... SI a-i 11 17 11 11 IT 11 1M non 141 14KT. uv s1r.APsSpeclell held Strum

Tucson Cleveland Manager tension.Dave. ".'r".,'m JT S4 1H .4 1'.1 1-.1 1.a.
record list of . Birdie Tebbetts' ordered 50 and MikeBlackwelder CeltsRoyalsIn Tarsi. 5 7 24 11 U 1'T 17N' 0t Wit" th11 Ceupan act Porchu4 If i Pink Salmon 59c
were named the No. 1 r pacer: ". ToeS 3,, It 4 41 In l I",IT I Jae. Pukes Gotd" se Marble c..
pairs lit i basketball sneakers for the losers Button II II 11 41 141 114
small college basketball team Indoor workouts at the Davis with U and 12 points, respectively. Showdown' .P4trnit TutsoAv saw LTs Pound Cake was; 59c r
In the nation for the 196364ieason I T.nftl" n j
by the United Press International .Monthan Air Force Bale Blackvelder Jilt a field .Poly ..iIIe ' Board of Coaches, gnat In both! the! 1\It'1I\4\ \ second -. NATIONAL:* 5Al'tIT5ALLASSOCIATION bu15.. N 1 tern SusN Maah / ;
overtime* nmjon-f-wml*' Jerry A whole season In two nights Cheese Soup 2 'r'25'cSpscltll

Evansville won 21 of 24 regular triumphs iLL; George had i. free throw'ln the that's the situation cnntrPllt.Inl lASTaKN. DIVISIONW., L.. t>eWntloii .__ __ ___. .

season games, including .second one *, the Boston Celtics andQnclnnatl _._........11 1. .Trin.lnnafl .
over six major college \ItI SECOND ONE Royal wha* opel C.a I -- II J} 555PIII.dISMa r= -- 1 Chlil-Q-tll. AmsrkM *r ,1I1I.llt.
:::::. : .
>foes and the first perfect' 13gam M /'sN .
The Florida) Military School home and home series rtlilihihould New' Twli" I4 SI ,|T4 I L"
sweep of the Indiana Col- DEFEATDOLPHS csge-rs came through with a big determine the National WCSTIRN DIVISION Cheese Spread 2 83c
ftglate Conference schedule; to W. L. t>.tft t PLAID i .<
Basketball Association's Eastern lI.ft Tranel_ U tt ...7 25
command the highest umber Division chsmplon. ,..."1. ._u 1 41 It MBotcZmg o STAMPS' ,
ten Ao.I __.___ IT n ,714snlmera f
of first place votes ((30)) since I
DWGA Eye The pressure starts tonight In __._.._.. rt .n ..421flrflU j JeclellSn .
the UPI small college rating Boston and switches to Cincinnati 11 sa .U1 With thlf' ttUMH sad BUKhlM *f
were Initiated seven years ago STATESBORO Ga. Thursday in a nationally ruin M Stlf-RUInf Gold Medal i Giant 49c

t accompanied by a permanent College Eaglet won Both teams won. ,Tuesday i fi5g
UPI trophy, 1 II the second forEvall.ville :UJliVlCt' 23 NAIA"ICbamplonihrB : I else
'' here last night Cincinnati defeating New ..,.", 'ternssN Marsh 1 Special U RllllwedCandy
tying T.lllle.1HSt.t ResultsLADIES
York at Madison Square far-
as the only teameto rt'celve .night as jhey grabbed an4Muly f :; 19c
'' the honor more than > 1 lead to down the afternoon) den, 117108>> and Boston defeatIng &:.___.___..__.._:___________m- I Bars
>> :
Yesterday members Philadelphia 108M.Jnir TEN PIN
Jacksonville i.
once.; The Purple Aces also University Plods Spot 4. 14."._
DeLand Women's N.Y. Seauty
of the Golf Association arose
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Dolphins by W 73. i C..t. et 114 II
captured the 1959 M JIM Parkir Brews II Serve
Reserve Ray ,Reynoldscame held their.March lunch The Royals thus remained it 5550. 5,'4.Oe ,: National Peanut Week

Season' championship through with 21 eon meeting with Ruth Miller two and one halt games behind I 0.1.M/rlha's... a.'. hi a.uty...0.1 1.1.5.Pureitses a'' i A 4 P Vacnm racket Virginia Rolls Pkl 39cSptclal
to 2
p Qrambllng runntrup for the winner to and Bonnie Clifton serving ashoiteises. the Celtics but a sweep would 4. 0.11. Numbin5 01 PI.Nda. Paw.5r Twin .f ?
Evansville: since the Hoosier points attack. reduce the Boston lead to ascent 4, M.".'. tau. S.5s Salted Peanuts V?:' 29c
ousted highlight their 4Ia attften. Kith tint''*.
team defending champion Three of his teammateswere Marilyn Necktri recent winner half game tli{ 011.5: smith, htgN l ra IU.
Wittenberg from the top of the first annual Barnett Maass. hr5n slim ..msie Wtrlhmor Chtealaie Covered Jan ParkarRaisin
also>> In twin figuresto 1211 Crisis'S. h,5S, tKrte, nasa.51.VICE "
,Spot 12 weeks ago, finished second .National I Bank Washington'sPlrthday 1Lb.P 14k. noLtif
with four first place votes head the victory. Mike Tournament, wsa presented IjdSKETDALLRESULTS Peanuts : 59c Bread ZOC
Rickard dropped In 11 HellerOfv.loDiri. .. Art Pl4.Ie.. .
from the 33 coaches the UPI Allan
on with her awards
points while Fran Florian' 'Ins II Sam a M..t' .. CKP
rating board. s..vpnth.rankNf winner's husband It Lilly Cenetruellen
and Don Adler each tallied Keekers, the .....
Fresno State received the other 14 who is cashier! at the bank presented 4 sass. SirtitD S, Gulls reef*01tl Cenilrixtltil ItVenttriichl A Save at A&P1 Special! White House Evaporated
No; 1 ballot. Wittenberg finIshed the winner with a large ., VMtd Pf... letersaasnsl I. DeLeitt Wes

;I the season 12th. (Garbage High sewing Man) finer Ralph once silver tray and bowl. The tray Hr.nd.l. T. 'TuMt SIVlllnnnvs Team N_. Deltena UUUMei 4,
L The tnlt.4 Pr,M Int.rn.tlmi.lftMI.14 will be retained lor and klh tlnlt ttl
one year 1'H' K.ton. Hall TnTun. imi | 13 Fluid
tvtlnn null 1'l> "..mllctt....... .ti.....k.t... tn4li .." again night bad The an outstanding H-year-old the bowl'la to'be. .kept by the IS 54 TM.I II .tlRiilfnilt ..* IYa) TT hl h Ihra., 521.S.nd.ruslrs. '5,115 team slegla. MILK 6 77Special

nil renee MMR wea-...., n.torti chimplon. 114 KakMii ItPr 'OMI "II" Ohm. 551?. CIn
tallied 34 points and
la irtth t Junior Peggy'Mltler was' the runner* ?.Id.",. Sk 1'iah St Tt Ctn.
Tttmt ,.1"" this with the M against" Itd.lp..1 to elate 44.Ir
Bnntvtllt (H) Jl-H 141nnml the, Stetson Hatters the tip while1 Fran Harrison placed 'IIJ' N. II Maniacs. et It
j. >lln> U) (;>."> |H| third. Inn It r.lrlI.I..t l I
d P.. Am.HcB un-1) IH previous night gave Mm 79 Upcoming events for the DWGA ItHer Lemon M. N INn.w Tnrk.t Itb.a II M 44 41 AIR CONDITJONID Libby Cream Style or Whole Kernel Golden
Younf>twii H-lt 111
t for the meet. ,' ........, .
Kr: r sums (14-T 141 are an Inter-dty tourney at 1.,11 II W. Tara 1%
Hofwr CI1.1) in Last night Titter connected fltmbur. It MfHimmitlt'' T* DELAND
The Hills Tuesday,
Hewey-In on
1,1' Mane state (l4> HIIt 12 of IS shots NAIA (IOB
e4 I.I AuumatHlo* dl-t el with en April I there will be III Invitational << mitkrn. IS J.rknn .. Store
(tie> W'm Camltiti .|) 11| from the floor and! finishedthe Tournament her with Ml AI.. .. Tl Package CORN 8.l. .b. $100
O.nrr II Florid Si T*
St. Con of Iowa <*-!$ M affair with 21
two-night '. ,
assess at ll.W>lllllK1IHI ftf ... New Smyrna Beach Palatka and N l r StaT M Oittr. tlr BftlTV-IN KBTm Caai
11 Wltt.nh.ri ]<: II, of 3s. He also finished theseason> Tt Mnr k *4 at "4
Cnuthsra .. Santord. and also that day thereIs .. .
tlUiioli' in; 14. Punt with 231 K TnnMM4 tea W m N II 225 North lowlta Lee.Pbee.734.5137
a aVfTlI'and .
{'mud lit II. non| sure II; an Invitational Tournamentfor $ II Kr. 71..t.v.n! M. CM4kaa ef M4 ... lleht"
hex, Ttrh 11: IT Ltwtt j'e-: : (M points. This raised Stark MlaMturi T4 55s. lit .t*
the GoU..Round. at .
bosh I III ) 1 l Ohio f, IT
.>1 d II. Aklton r4n.tlas I 11. r>. kin three-ynar career ...... CHUNK TUNA 3/loC! 4C
rna lurhw t, to, J>ekM: a luttOiker TOfRNEY NEARS Akron II WUontwr at fft cw.e M- 1itzaisp
'(1(1N5 5. .mark for the Dolphins to week forth r.nn nn 'arms Tk T4 0.- CN.i LH t tk.
: Qualifying began this ..... eaw5
tramt r.r.lvlnf th, 1' Ttrk T7 Hit T*
"nnre polots. N....".. 1".110.*. N e 132. Whltehatr Tournament Two T.' &. M ArKtniHit tt 0)TI T MOM A a. ewwo GRITS: S7eM :
,..... III" (IstarMla 4 ..,h. It was 49 28 at the half qualifying rounds must be played '1'.. AIM T.. T 't' 4* ilk, .!) .M. |. Mtrtan't Prawn t CARROTS
IIMtl 55 rV>e TtU
for the Eagle and although by Sunday. First round matches Clark III .',. On *t M Macaroni & Cht.w 39ctr '

NOW AIH eoNomoNt01 the Dolphin rallied art set for Monday tlll' N.-i.. TH .t. ,
---- --
in the second Half they second round oa VANILLA WAFERS 23c .'
were too tar back for their Thursday t a r o a g h Saturday, ....,.... C.* ode asses ; 4 2 LL 15 "

tables late drive. third round March II-M and the MOBILE HOME OWNERS PINEAPPLE 2/Uc" .. 'r Lt.. I11.
The Eagles BOW move 01 finals are scheduled for March .... des h..e P.n J
to the National NAIA Seali se c""J' 'ws
24. There will be no pairingsduring .

Tournament Mondar1 in Kansas beginning dry.Th the first round matches.! MOST GUms ow POLICY PEANUT..... /u a_JUTI'LH 79c ,WTEIJI WIITI

OLTettaWtjttfJohn's final are scheduledfor The the following team: golfers Missy\ Mitchell qualifiedfor COST $10 tt $1150 COSTS $S pf $ 060 INSTANT COFFEE 74c
Saturday Pa..e Potatoes 1 0
; c > g. a week from Dot Ward Pauline jock..Peggy CKEESETCAKE1" 69c :0 39;

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Necked Da Emery: and Mary >< -.... ....... ..... CAKE 83c

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are'Annette Smith. Oydle Loch- ..... I_... /M1S www. hasL. e.rl1.a T RTiR.S1 I
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: 1vxs'8"x194" $4.43 deAe5sia.1 .... f5e1le ...... 51sT w.all0 *..t Can Care. Ck*.kM t>ir4jt t*
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leg* i nufo metmaj sm urn WDKIIDAY,MAR 4, ito
Essay Winners Honored Volusia WorkScheduled

Anrnrar to Previous Putsl .
I f' Murder Mysteries I Daily On

Economics ExperimentThe AC10 4AUatdUgs ., Almanac Kiwanis. Club Meeting

tax bill batter has been poured and sStG th.y._stt"kdwe ==, Interstate 95Work

pitted in tie oven; only time will tell whether .Cebra- r llell- .y united Mite IMtr...'
U litter hock 1)lylll/IIII- An elementary, a Junior high teacher has trtsly been aa inspiration on the final of four
raise the I lIbll..1, Is March
win sane Today
Mother Johnson's special yeast Wednesday; "
10rley and a senior high school student to me project\ to extend Interstate 95
nation's economic cake to a new level. Itat.: U Arabtaa' haw safer 4, the (4th day of 1964 with 362 were honored yesterday by Klwanlans ORANGE CITY from U.S. 93 _lit of Daytona .

The tax cut will add about $6.1 billion in ......1"" IS 1t.11III11..1 to The fellow Its for their prize winning Lori Egglestoa: gave tMa tribute Beach north 21,.( mile to State
moon approaching
n MMarcb essays about their teachers. to Dale Coonley. fifth grade Road U la Flagler County Is
income to private purses in 1964. No one is predicting A t4 n Luat..... w. 4JPMTC444Shinb last quarter. The students honored were teacher at Orange City school. expected to begin by March 12,

just how the citizenry will use this extra DIe Rcsrcttw tring The evening stars are Venus Lori Eggleaton, 11 fifth graderat The subject for elementary students the State Road Department announced .
SgFrgg"- and Jupiter. Orange dry H. Leroy Good. of the fourth fifth\ and today.
Immediately tt*
available (
whkh will become
money, : J 4S UnltiH OB this day in history: rich 13 eighth grader at De- sixth grades was "My Teacher" Road Board member A. MaxBrewer
In pay checks u the withholding tax is sauna serapnest oily 21 Allutln ideal .awl..,. 49.SpiritSZCondudsne la 1TJI Vermont became the Land Junior High! and Sandra "My teacher most be very Mid this project will\

reduced from &average of 18 per cent to 14 JTDIvM.siSr 1 MtptM 71 ftiblrd den SIIII antra unit 14th stat to 'Join the Jefferson Union.In Home 18, DeLand Senior High. brave. I know h* 1s because If extend J 95 from a point a half-
rWrmrypu 1801 Thomas Klwanlana sponsored an essay b* wasn't h* wouldn stay more mile north of the Volusia-Flaglef
per cent. (For million this will mean from $3 I a ce/ a s 1 '. the third President of the United content In all three of than
: .. types a day County In a northerly direction
to, $5 more a week.) cottnnsSSSnutlwrasUU States, was the first Chief schools in conjunction with "He Das taught us many 5.1 miles to the SR 11 Interchange

If it does result in a general spending spree (.b.) Executive to be Inaugurated In Teacher Appreciation Week thing. .
14 Mountain .... t I Washington The teachers who were "When lit gets older and retires Construction will Include a
which is what the administration hopes for, it 1ft...*Toy i In 1917 Jeannette Ranklns, a praised by their students In the h* can say that h* helped fnur.laned, limited access roadway .

may amount to more thin the $8 billion actually]: MThr IS'..... Republican from Montana, took winning essays, and the principals build America with a 120 font dual roadway I
'\ her seat In the House of Representatives of the schools were guests "I think he's teacher for SR
involved for few people will confine their spending lorm) a bridge over It
rAi.*<-. as the first woman of the KlwsnUni. more than money" WORK COST
to just the amount of new money they" .1 S- iititniwent 17 member of Congress.In CHURMAN'8 MEW School Supt. John Smiley expressed Zlnke.Smith Inc. of Pompano I

be getting. Rather, the new money will be aa 41 Compound." UbJ42R A 1962 all 111 persons Dean Smith chairman of the the appreciation: of students Beach has been awarded the

incentive to undertake expenditures that will require 43 Grief aboard! a British Caledonian essay project before announcingthe and teachers to the Klwan- $1.766,538' contract and will have
4 Pt>l anmmt ta airliner were killed when It winner, said h* wished the lane sponsoring the local "Teach 310 working days to complete
part of their previous take-home pay as SOGtnuintJJ Little deli E' p crashed after takeoff near Dou- members could hear the essays, er Appreciation Week construction.On .

well. Dirt ala Cameroon.A "It would warm your heart to SEEK RECOGNITION"You Feb 5, work began on the

For some, tie mOney will be wisely put to 14 Alh.ntI&CIllettM- tear them. The young are frank honor the academic initial 195: project In Volutla
thought for the day-American and honest and the senior
SMI. HiiwtIl high achievements of the pupils and County the construction of 5.8
reducing their personal, debt Still otHers and ..s the ,. statesman John Calhoun school students are so serious." the excellence of their teachers miles of roadway from U.S. 92 .

their numbers may be the most significant! of all Hfmipttittan. : t: once!.said: "Protection "and pa. DeLand High School Principal he declared "Teachers want north to a point south of the

will elect to continue uni! their old budgets DOWN r r trlotism are reciprocal Alan Balls Introduced Mrs. Sue more recognition, from till average Tomoka River.
Perdue whose student\, Sandra citizen," Late In February the Road t
and bank the windfall at least for the time being. !sKXjMiUna a Home won the high school! com Smiley pointed out that "half Department announced the expected '

The tax cut Is frankly an experiment in eco- ..*.*.,. ,.. Solons View petition. of what ma a knows today bas starting dates of two adjoining
in but Th subject for the high school been learned la the last decade. projects. Expected to
nomics. Not only is it the largest history
students wu "My Teacher, My What a responsibility it Is to begin this week one will extend
it is the first time a tax cut his been designed WASHINGTON MERRYGOROWDVenezuelan Future." prepare young people for these the facility from the Tomoka

to spur an economy that is and has been rising Moon 'Date'WASHINGTON AWNING ESSAY changing tlm... We must teach River section north to the north
About Mrs. Perdue Miss them bow to think."
steadily, if not spectacularly.At :j end of the U.S. 1 Interchangeand
Home wrote: STUDENT COST the second win extend 195
this point the only thing! to be regrettedIs .," Ultimatum "My speech teacher Influencedmy Smiley said that this area la from this point to a point a half-

that, except for the change in figures, it is still (UPD -Mostof educational plans with her on the verge of its greatest mile north of the Volusia-Flagler
till ranking members of the poise and dedication. From her growth and each new student County line.
the same old bundle of tax laws. House Space Committee Republican I learned how Important effective costs the schools $370 Pointingout Total cost of the four projects

No general overhauling of the tax structure and Democrat see communication Is and how that "more and more demands will be. $1,991,168.Infant .
which was part of the original proposal made by Seen Over Cuba TradeDREW little chance of the United rewarding la to know you have are placed on education"
States putting a man en the the power to Influence people by he said that some national educators .
in 1962 and few of the fundamental Is Dead
President Kennedy ,
moon by 1970. speaking. Because of her efforts are advocating compulsory
reforms advocated by the experts have Only two of seven members I am continuing my speech education education beyond high '
been effected. PEARSONWASHINGTON: Pop Paul when cardinal of questioned by United Press International In college" school level. After Surgery
felt that From H. Leroy Goodrich at "We have a choice of paving
President Milan addressed a strong protest today
But most people are too happy to Betancourt\ of Venezuela called to Franco against the death\ chances were good that the DeLand Junior High cam this for the education of the child or HOUSTON UFI( Frands

this particular gift horse in the mouth. And as \In the ambassadors ot Great penalty for two convicted Span space agency would meet its tribute to Mn. Kathleen Jenkins. for the ignorance of the adult" Edward Grubar the blue-eyed .

for matching government spending with government Britain France and Spain the iards.Th goal of reaching the moon In Subject for Junior high studentswas he declared. "The burden is baby who had people pulling\
else ether day and told them In no Catholic lobby, even this decade. "My Teacher Aa Inspiration. placed on us." for him from Washington to
well that's
income something agiin.Chewing uncertain terms that they would though not representing the .And even these two hinted ." David Gunby president pre Texas died yesterday of heart
I' 4. + + have to choose between him and church. has been so potent that that it would be possible only "A seventh grade science sided. Keyettes attending yesterdays' stoppage despite surgery to correct t

Fidel Castro. If thtJI.I.led\ on at one time Rep Wright Pitman, 11 Congress was properly generouS ", teacher gave me my first real meeting were Janice a birth defect.
It Over y' \trading ,with Castro, h* said. ,' D-Texas, found a priest In the .voting money for the \Interest in biology" I have foundIt Spivey and Debbie Flick. Key The month-old, redheadedson
't' to be one of my greatest interests Cub member were Norman of Mr. and Mrs. Francis S.
trade House
: they would, not be abl to cloak room, reserved only apace program.
with Venezuela.This for congressmen telling con Committee Chairman\ GeorgeP. sine. Because of this Msnsour and Ricky Taylor. Both Grubar of Washington had undergone
After three months, 4,075 pages of testimony was much more courageous gtessmen how to vote on aid to Miller D-Callf, said that teacher, tt Is possible that biology youth organization are sponsored aa hour and a half ot

4S2 government exhibits and 341 defense ex than\ the Johnson administration Spain. Mr Palmas asked Fishbalf whatever views ont might have will be my life work. That by the Klwanlanl.I open-heart surgery Monday la

bibits the Federal Trade Commission has completed which went through Miller the House doorkeeper about the target date the fact a last-chace attempt to correct
the motions of curtailing piddling to have the priest remained that the goal had sr.snnulsasssa.aarssls.. his heart malfunction. Doctors
its bearings on one of the stickiest cases driblet fit aid to England removed been set He said the National put a dacron patch In a hole

ever to come to Its attention. France Greece and Yugoslavia, NAVY VMFJtCm MATE Aeronautics and Space Ad. I CONGRESS IN ACTION I between lower chambers of his

The situation involves a bubble\ gum com- then immediately proceeded to _IN THE BUSINESS WORLD- ministration (NASA) had till heart.
weasel en the really big bloc of Brown and Root, the potent ability to perform the feat. He appeared to breath more
pany and its alleged monopoly of the baseball aid to Spain. Thus France, the Texas construction firm, has IT TO CONGRESS easily following the surgery

card business. According to the federals then ..acclaimed opponent e( com wielded a lot of Influence ''orrr.Ico. ':It's' up to Congress to Seen but weakened during the night

manufacturer has tied up almost] the entire' professional mun .10,000000 m. Is going ot to military continue getting aid. build. Their U.S. military overaA.contractsto bates In gIve t* work NASA," Miner the tools said\with which. StampPlan ,Qkay Texas the cause Children's ft death Hospital u "car listed

baseball playing population to long-' 1ttt ."01ln T. Teagu,-DTex., diac arrest.
from Uncle Sam while h* continue Spain have been around a billion >
term contracts, including potential stars1nt4 to bolster the onomAt the dollar; chairman of the manned spare
minors. No. 1 communist of the Western IN THt PENTAGON-rr r' flight\ subcommittee, also WASHINGTON TUPI) The working\ 48 countries, mostly No Federal Taxes
Hemisphere emphasized the financial aspect rural.dominated HOUM Agriculture \ In Latin America and Africa.
commission! will withdraw to phew !has som fervid supporters,
The In contrast, the aid which th* la the of the effort. Copunittee, which stunned Baker Senate Investigators Seen In Virginia
the matter over and will announce its decision brave bold State Department is especially week undercut Navylrvbch'last the Stat "Theti's Store danger cf not the administration Feb. 4 by disagree en how many more
curtailing to Franc\ and England making it because of money blocking; President Johnson'sfond
in' July. Department by timing I It.announc.mnt witnesses should be called at RICHMOND Va. (UPIWTh
because technical
problems than flf expected
I I. $100.000 while Yugoslavia Is program
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will not be changed however: that eight Polaris .
One thing actually paving cash, for Its subs. would be moved from problems" lit said. to revert Itself today and hearing on the financial affair started the stat on Its

The trading' value of, say a Sandy Xouftx is alleged "aid." Holy Loch, Scotland to Rote, Several' members regarded It approve the measure. of former Senate aid way to becoming the seventh lathe

against a :Roger Marls will still be left to the Some Republican critics (If the Spain, Just In the middle of" the an .essential that Congrem approve The committee was forced to Robert G. (Bobby) Baker. Lennox Union to back the to'call*)
Johnson administration are whispering a special\ $141 million appropriation bring another fond
ultimate arbiters- the kids. Spanish cabinet debate over up P. McLendon special! counsel "Liberty amendment" which
that the favoritism for what to do about aiding Castrgl,. soon to supplement stamp bill today because ofpressure to the Senate Rules Commit. would abolish such things as
Spain results from the fact that the $31 billion already voted to fronr big dry tee said there were only three federal Income taxes and Social I
'h' LBJ's longtime political backers Th* Navy could hive held"up'this NASA for the fiscal year ending congressmen who wen reportedto witnesses left But Sen. Hugh Security,
and news lor two weeks or two June 30 Spac official threatened to block tobacco
Texas contractors Brown have The resolution
Scott, RPa disagreed "We was adopted by
could have
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DEAR ABBY Root, built the U.S. bases In the sub In Scotland for claim the moon program YiIIIbe' research" legislation. have a lot of witnesses and w* the House on 4038 recordedvote
cI.yect! without It,
Spain Harlan "laenb..lIf., 48
Rep. think they should be called although members were
Th contracts, however, did Vesr. played Present Indication ire that of the food
Into Franco's hands with a supporter stamp he said. sponsors when It was Introduced
not Involve Johnson The Spanish right the supplemental appropriations plan said some Southern Dem- by Del T. Coleman Andrews
'Kidnap'Technique contracts to Brown and Root news Indicating that w* were will not be forthcoming. Chalr ecrats who opposed the bill last Jr. of Richmond.
going to.use the)tote bas come man Clarence Cannon DMo. To Attend) Dinner
were let by the Ei.nhnwCtAdministration: time were ready to switch their Andrews la the son of T. Coleman -
I I Furthermore what ml)'. of the House Appropriations vote. Five Southerners teamed Andrews Internal revenue
George Brown, an old col- One day later the Spanish Committee is reported to be with 14 Republicans to table WASHINGTON (UPD-Presl. commissioner under former
cabinet put out a nes.thumbing adamantly opposed to t It administration dent Johnson plan to attend a
I JABIQAJL leg roommate of Rep. Albert the bill oa a 1914 vote last President Eisenhower! and a former
Thomas the Houston [Democrat statement that Spain would stand request.' month. Democratic fund raising dinner candidate for president
would continue It economic May I at Atlantic City, N.J..
has never had any trouble getting pat The legislation Is a key" part If adopted by the Senate the
vast Bt1I\EM contract Ills relations with communist Cuba. site of this >ear's Democratic .
government Rejects Bill of Johnson assault on poverty.It resolution would be sent to Congress
DEAR ABBY: My brother, two sisters and X are old roommate is No. 2 man on IN WASHINGTON-Franco has would expand an experimental National Convention urging a constitutional
had the of skillful The dinner originally had
support a
very Ireland
the BELFAST. Northern .
Appropriations food plan In effect In convention to pass an'nt
married and we all live In Oakland, California. 'My stamp
lobbyist Charles Patrick Cask been scheduled for March 14.
Committee.AN UPI The House ot Commons
( 43 sine 1961. Under the that would fore the government
mother who la Tt lives alone la Illinois. She has relatives areas
AMAZING' LORIIYWh.t' who la paid anywhere from Tuesday rejected, 3713 but the date was moved up after
there, but none of them bothtn with her. She has program needy! persons Ire to end federal personal
000 Johnson said h would not
$73. to $100,000 *
behind U.S. a year Out and racial discrimination
hired live really an books of stamp wbl'htlley \Income taxes, gut and state
fought with companion wV to with given
avail favoritism for Franco claims that hi* 'Job Is to promote bill. be able to make it at that Urn.
despite taxes
for food and Its Interests In bust.
her sad she's getting to the point\ where she shouldn be cash la at grocer
Cultural relations HIS
living alone Her hearing is failing and its is very forgetful Ma friendship for communist influence The Labor party's bill would II!.. Sera pn.fP. kll\. and other activity
Castro II ot tile most Is great with the key cnngreas- made offense to discriminal -
one have It at
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live which \U competition
California and
I have
) begged her to com to who'Gtl the The present pilot food stamp
with n*, but ,lie doesn't want to move. If she wanted amazing lobbies ever to operateIn men Franco. funds for '* en the grounds ci plan 1* costing about ItS milliona \ $10,000 FINE with private enterprise or not
to be Independent she could have her own apartment the \history of American. Government. IN PROTESTANT color race or religion or to Incite year A national plan reachIng specifically r. q II l r e d by the
It Is mad up ot complexes CIRCLES- publicly contempt or hatred "
near m*. where I would be only minute* 'away U ate Franco about ,4 million Pfnoll'woul4 constltuion.
also seems to have ts ,
and from both because el
needed m* for anything. She has plenty of money ta segments for any person cost about $)8 million anaually. CITED OVER,
fluent Sin William
the bank and a monthly income. She refuses to move political parties from both civilians \ Fulnrifhtot color! race or religion. Jaundice Is Seen
Arkansas, chairman et this
and an ih* talks about Is dying. I certainly cut move and the military. At time
to Illinois. What's the solution '.. It has even been more potent Foreign Relations Committee, a Other congressional news FEC BLASTS For MacArthur
NO NAMES: PLTAXIDEAR than the Whit\ House. former Rhodes scholar and former Farm.4ml.Dlltratioft forces
Her are the factors which president of the University ROGGSROGSDOWN appeared to II.ve1rtually TALLAHASSEE (t.'PI\-
NO NAMES O* I* niliwta during tt* Mia** WASHINGTON (UPI Ceo
cold 01 Wwleter. hive mad dictator Franco Arkansas, staged penetrating clinched a preliminary Senate Stat Treasurer and Fir rat of .
lag keel eC lilt aummer, *r th* HUng. bitter th Army Douglas Mae
strong enough t* get away with probe of fortlga agents and victory for President Johnson'scontroversial Marshal J Ed Larson said
"Zldnap"yeur mother and kU* her to OaklMl lobbyists. Arthur. N. I* being treated let
his $30000000. in aid while simultaneously new cotton subsidy that bomber
One act sere thai Golden Gatt aaH. quit talking about yesterday a "moderately seven" case of
pouring 1 J'IKInnomle Significantly! h* let Charles program. The Seat win who blew up Florida East
the pearly one. Jaundice at the Walter Reed
help Into Cub than Patrick dark perhaps the most IN BLACKOUT consider an amendment to the Coast Railway trains aad Army Medical Center

DEAR ABBY! For two yean I have been marriedto any other country except com- Influential lobbyist In Washington double barreled cotton wheat facilities are subject to Center: official said Tuesday
mural Russia: get by without any public bin to eliminate federal pain! $10.000 fIDe and 10 In
a man who bad been married for II years to another WASHINGTON (UPI! jean that MacAithor who appeared
woman She passed away. Something has been Irritating IN CONGRCSS-Franco has mention me, and I don't know whether I should mention an ardent clique ot Democrats Then are the backstage factors oa tile Whit House lea Democratic Whip Hubert H. of such an act tram New fork Monday 1 Is not
working for him now headed by which combine to let dicta Humphrey Minn., predicted the Larson said his office la
It to Farrell first wK as "MY WIFE." Abby I am Us what Gen Keogh and John Rooney. ter Franco get away with results. prepnoal. authored by BelL John working cloudy with investigators from the condition tat
Dont you think be should either refer to her. by both of Brooklyn. They consistently vital economle help ta communist Fep Hal. 1ItIe,.. DLa, J. WtUiama, RDeL, would be to track down "several months" and has lest
l' aims, or elM as my "FIRST WIFE" or even my ; plug for more funds for Cuba and at the same time con- aid this week that h* rejected.) tile guilty\ persons who weight.TH.
I' FORMER WTFE-? I don't expect Mm to blot out tile Franco, even demand that his tissue getting $.10,000,000 from \the braved the risk while attending rear. Corp: TIll Route I ia have destroyed thousands aiVfcetng tarried out

memory of II year with another woman, but It hurts foreign aid b* earmarked United States a Walt House rceptfcta *- set to glv Baa] congressional of dollars In equipment to ascertain tile cam of the
m* deeply to hear Roswell refer' to her aa his wife. IN THE SENATE-Franco's ) at tk* signing of approval to a record mi million "Let me remind whoever Jaundice" a spakmmaa said.
HIS WIFE: best friends Senator Owen. Fire Day Forecast the H.S bUlioa tax bOL authorization to double the U responalbl that

DEAR WIFE! Th. text Mm N .ccora, eursr$ kin' Brewtter of Main aid Style SC Ueet.4 ,,"II ........."..., :a', "It wa hard to get lath six* of tIM Pear Orp T h vSe there are laws to nettle A tOOfrpomd steer I II worth
ever a* gently with, lUmwlt' ....11.,. I am ja wile Bridge of New Hampshire' both Flv* day forecast for peninsular place. said Bogg at. > patted measure wouldprovide Just grievances without le-'* about 430 I pound of beef by tilt
t :: Sh .U your' former' wife" lUfMwl &lie I'tIII\IJIcter aMt. la* Republicans ar dead But after Florida\ for period\ begit- "All the tights were etf. I every cent requested by eours to barbarism, time tt gets to the butcher The
memories .f U Pew tad-a they wilL their death. Sen. Margaret Chas sing T p.m.lllIt and ending tumbled around." President Johnson. The Peace Lanoa said. lt I* hide, Over heart, fat
Smith alto Republican strangely T pra. Monday Corp BMW baa 7.0CW volunteer boa and wane,

? DEAR ABBY I am 100% with that maa from-Call- bobbed up Inald the Senate Temperature averaging nnc-\

... orals who said that all worsen who wore slacks *. th*' Apprortiatien Committee as the mal to 8 degree above aormal. $log? IBS By rA.V OXXALi
\ street should be final Th* woraaa who wrote ta'. and torch.bearer far Franco to get Normal maximum low TO'*

f told Ua to go Jump la the lab. should go ,Jump ta bar hIs aid funds earmarked. This north high 70s smith. Normal
if Bide. I rtler to Deuteronomy: Chapter 21. Verse >: was at a ttm whea ao ether minimum Ugh JO S sad low 40'a vr r xsrrt I IV i
$ --ne..... shall not wear that which prtalntii ute a government g e t earmarked<< north and central, sear (0 n. ijf9l ltIRYN

/ maa adder Shan a maa' put en a woman's garmeett' IIIn9-nl1 Spain. Earmarkingmeans theme s 1 t h. Warm taming 14R'll!! + Nt a O ;
for. an that do.are abomination unto the Lard thy Got"r that the Whit\ House and tNllH mat sections Thursday LEditorials ,

I :, KNOWS MY BIBLE th"* State Department have to might III' Friday Showers maliUy !
allocate\ the" IIIIIIf'Yntf'd by aorta Thursday awl south fri.
DEAR: ABBY: Pleas ten ..P pf't'. WU*" that Congress. Sen. Tom DncW.. the day. Precipitation ranging tram

LOVE not TFETH 1* the magic Ingredient walca Connecticut Democrat, I* also a on* to two Inche north ant

changes a kiss from nothing to something.' strong Franco backer. around one halt lack south portion.
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Get U off<, your eh"t For a personal unpublished cf American supporter. though Th. Battle ot Bunker Kill .
reply, writ to AfiBY. Box 33(9. h* also has Catholic epptwmta, actuary was fought ea nearby .
f untoope.C
Endow a stamped self-a edreuid both her and .la the Vatican. Brds! HIlL

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w NEED A TACATIONtTWTKIl In III. adjolnlnaroom*, ao then ( Holia, 704 V BlvdCAtMTlra frla-orator lilt bottom
IT'8U86 TRAVEL RFJVIr'R will\ h. an at trarll>* now offnttif "Tin hot boom, --.. --... -Al.*V
,. II am. nxo .. :::: : ::: ... l
I |i.r""'. r .Lanil H'IM '" 1nN". through your horn. .
PRONE TllMXILOG OU""LITI .Int. Airs slllb. to I p.m. Apply In pvraon. Hniuday 14 ''s. Ft. Proil,.roof Tririlair. .
N. BLVD. .m"" .
I III IfG BO UT i. htncleun, .bodou that sri s.IvunUful I Mlrak H.,.... 7H4 >. 01.4.RtAL R.lrlnnter..Itor.flomonliratr .

I ITf .II" pour 10..1 lur. I.TATI AL.'MAN wino.Pd A Real
I1. Flid A C.ckPIN1 ,
I.hln... (nr branih oflr In PtUind. Racists

I II DeLand Paint & Glass I O""nnll ann Mnrr. > F-l t... Realtor....Ph...r.I MAY? OTHER ROrratna' Low. lewpayrn..IN

iii CABIN 7I4-IM1 or n.. IIOP, Toutr4 and Onarlnte.4
1'I I .o,, UOHT Soft Mu.... RialhAnt It T PARTLY OWSFRifNTINO I IMAI" Ftnanclna

Efiwn...*. not etsa mir 111 1}:....0.orrna. _-.:.. r nn. 7i1.e1H. 21 Sllell.n Wu51.d Boulevard Appliance Ine.FrliMalra .
lullnt .tt.k., Oji..n I 41 m U IIMI"'erh' ,
r 7o Cln..d !HundaviIMA and PAPER FAVflfNOKRFK Haiti Ik P.rvle.
filVENAl : Mn .V Blvd., Phnna 714tHIRA.N'SK
131.11'1 MTIMATKH ..
N. Boul.y.rd. Phon. ajIE WORK raril wnrk-aim I. --
SAP IMn.lUr. 73.31I3y134.81MsPh !- tlllnlnn Poll. B.a Knot 71104(4H 4 .It., 4 '\ InCARP""I'RT li; Llt." nos.
> Wlilft U Pin IL RM7ER0: .
....,.... MIIRPHT PAINT DEALER t.STINQR" f'h..n. ,31trio.GOFF
lit W. Oaorda pliona,, 734-14M .a"\1 UII,. SOTTR
{ 1=Q1s MO't.US'Hr.1I DAILT1indwlchn. HARDWARE
W, IAVIS -.fl4-4l4.
3r Uyw 14t .
w+r .n" Fr..h Donuts ,
"n"1I:1II: KCP It IBIJ, Stttttv-OH tinMIRKY
I --. Mnry 11'41..OFIrfwltlALVAGI OP" PARKIMO.
IN Pkona KK40444MALIf :
' TOWN, AT PRICFJI.TO DAY Maraarr "..Ii Day
71401'1 PUd4N 1111. Y4N..IIR703111T TT'M : .1 Y,1'H P1 RMC. GOAD TO lJi I dud Cr. I ta m .. I..a a "> YARD Aeraa w0 WALNUT JVopiaar. taMa.
/ ,r ,TaACk.JlA1TVAMIH 1417,314 bJaKA AOAAI OPAr11KPLNIAT10111 Lt.TYt LAMT.BITK tH B. ".. 734,1Iii' or 'H4lLIAVI .. took.d. tOil t. Am.lla.. *!* artarl Tw CaolnaL Cart"Htnilnf Mahnrany Lamp&Crnr

,SIGHT Out M 1K 100014'11, 111, LOO K! DELAND SUNDRIES your rkiMra .t MVUlrTBNura -pin. _
1 iMID0.1 111 ; AJ1EV R5 Ji',,/101 JO:. .....VI'>. Finn. "TM-J7II 'rr amool, Dos I aaya wool \fY0: 1(. JI". .04 0,11THR
NaWtratr IM13DSIfKPLI021 Raf.renct. tn E:. Ohl H4-4.... Good In_", .. Prlr4. To .*a : R :"AI.lf. PROP
POE, A OLICIOU. !HEAL to CALL I341J74Financial 111 .0..1lnell.CHIST .

r I IJ nitshrltun All In R.t:'; M.k..t only 20 fnOdlBf Crtrwtt OP OUAWIB' M, VarT
II A d W Ro.r, 4001.
E Potions,, pond T V, 57' "'th.r. miar. artirka .
*. AuMlori' Barn. :3I VlolatKMKKV
1\ M i K/NOIUROER 3P.. wii'h rh_ COLA HOMES 17OI4 005.1. .

\ 110 4.. ... Chnrh.11.0 4 riot.. In. .nn..r 111" Rnm1 CL Phnn. 311141 OIL wall furnao..', ....
S. U..1U.
g Ani.llo 4nd3 f'h J2 M..., TI I.- 140.M Holly dMiM rat s5N

i iy1 .. HAMBIMW4KR, al h'f k. Building Contractor'FREE furna.., plod l (1*./<|: t'nvOotO.
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A i One R. flt.VPKVrp BURNETT FINANCE CO. ".,.. with hair drrr attai".nt .11.
MOD ESTIMATES floor aampla. lUnnn.flft wad
WHt'4 IC la $7100.
At 1t.......". PrtPOMIMCKt Uay B* Laa Than too Tklak COMPLKTP! LOIN rRVlCUOAM ).." Itoms.lnl" Vmnan*
: TO lloona
Will lot, N. 3M J:. :\ow.l'rk Ar.nut
J"! N. BqulT>rBIAUTV J. E..BURKE. 114 S. ALA. 734-0872.. )

1 111 431_ MoataotnorT Pk 'T14.,ilJlflEXFMAt 41 A. J...." floc
." ..rten Loans to $600

-. . tai tr :. CntTBACTOIIrRTFroTjA1 FB Union Finance Co.IONATI'RIL WATCH r.Mim mir tparir alt*
BAIAAM Mn"" .,
mt In for a foal tatlmata. T d.
thrnitrh Prtrtai' Nlihta. floss COIN, OWROPIL ,.444" $ :- FTRMTCRBAtTOMOMUK. !! ford .1*.lar.. 10| C. .N-;.. Tort
7847M or 7)41104.t : REAL FKTATB: ......... '
ear N w&gr.t b So TIIO6e80NF1A, II! 10 A. Mll*itry CHtrIdWI 131 II Pl.\rv_Phun' 7 4i44

=YaK'IIy4 b MRt : GIAAGa.- BR OWi CK+ IIII' wlmmin| PM). LOANS TO $6 O 41 ffct1PFPDT .............s." ...
/A1RbMAlIc r w sf'f '.! J f'I PRINK A A0k7RIAPONRY

rruPt ,M", LIT'B BUILD that pool now Raradir rn"T"U'TORII TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS : FT: ,.... rtlmBlack Proe..4a5t
N .. for warm wath.r' Coltf14.0'AP K. NEW and sup and Color.DBLAND .
and n it 1'04.' FINANCE CO., INC. CAMCRA aRO .

Aid'bI; Mori 0..4 fop "...... ""Ilr.II' 141 N. .....
1A I.. & AtcntwlMFIRESTONE a. Ira rhnn. tl41I1

1I I CALL 734-4221 ..>t.N
tI: JJ MInnr100074 .
TIRES wi ifrriAi.izr iv IFRTI\' II _
e i Al0.CONDINONLIIHoneycutt. 121 E. RICH

I wI ; GOODYEAR TIRES Electric Co. "IRS/ w ACT"TCR.vrn. urn Cornalia HolrTHI '

M ..4l ". "' Alraorl 140LVD... PH_7 14-41" Camphor Tr' Antlau
T China, 01.,.. piarnttnra. Art
6I'IAV jl e DELCO JAMES F. CLARDY :>r *.*Tork and] Haaali erart.W .
IIi Ut Aru4MI MFI.I STATION SOON r% ...l'RA>ral ..t aid. Parklnt Hlwn 7J4-74W
I i l Ml I. BLVn. THONB '{I4"U''L Ill N :lt..I Phon 714-4>UDKLANP -

M .... Ap11nc.sTNna5.17711eW5
taw .... Tn hrrictb IT'S'GOING TO BE HOT J4 Mtttt-...-.....t-saW
fALL: r" vnw FOR' REF./;

Ii '..1.'. 1eekkond ........ AIR COXDITIQXDtO; I RTXT. ""RTIUI1EIIIfOft wtmvrjHOftalFRIERSON'S .
337 R' Plrmnn/h. leyT.

OWNORt I VERY iwpu..rr AM IW-M..WNATCOG'J.R ISi A rh... f3..a1l4. GREEN'S FUELII FLDERAI.s..- ON Till 50CLUARD"OWNIROrsld .

tcuh4sLOST17nTRAYUIN01A3 .[LM !RANCH WITH A ANOANNA.OOC/ V. "|.." PHONK <.4.44t '.vln. A LA*a AamlaMnn S. FrMraaa
aturMe aelissIAARE 4VOOlR BANDANNA ATTACHED! WOTICa' ATI: MONET BtTT WHCft 114 N. Florida rkon 714-2M1 tie N. .Iv"! fHaao a. 4rmafATTA



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ton rm
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Y xOTlt'l I I p.ronr It. : th* .
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PlfILY! .ailr iRnM, trra00r ra* eONI .I W"IHII MACHIRIre
I>| JCdiranl Thorn*' fin awa < PINS r O.l **4 Oat to aatlaa O'rt'IINUI.. AI'f'UAOICIt'FA
: .:n INS ink di y .? P.kmarr, ALJIO *ar4laf Aalaial Rmaal ""IN ... Jft'l'JON'L.unr
:. A" "... 'hr '>4 a!. llnal *eronnl AIR CONDITIONING *r'*. ia W: Mtaa 514-ISIS RItLEC n-. nt HIS
LOST a* r.i': .e.l r.r.lpta. I* ,.. CounlV .I.... WORK ii Gi ip UACMSHUNDS. i .1.0 OHEKT TIPS FRKEIE1Uay .
FOUND tot Yolnda. enunlr. n..t.... 5.4Is. SHEET METAL mm t k. t-1*. A J. ......h.... Pa. on LPnta Buy
P.ttt4eac4 4001 ... M .1schordal I** /. Florida n... 714HIIKA LOT. '....n..., H1.4I7. Tour Oa. TaakPLan4
as mirk K.H.t.t... G.. A Aat4laM1M
lntrlr days Pum thl. It'h dap If > X, r... A.o, Pho* TM1IMKORAN'S
F.Wuar7. A.b. 21 Pl1.lYyPT Merchandise
1134 c. F.rritAt
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1 P4' rltHal4.ltBAIMXniOHTATIOIlS
1 : WillIS 4' Artklw Hi WII' (ArerwsAS

Ibs tlr 15.5leis.

51050000 furrnlMN -"... ... 114-4100
.OAJu>iNa ..... . iJUo. noorL OCT GUI WAY .r n. wnxuin 21A l...... rl..hf TV Ill aa 1 amu*.
B,*.P.Aa. DIAMOND RINDS at less ..,..; ,
I JOH ron V1T.I. t aiairk>f..rortuac rkalra for |ja; e..."" a rva"fITmlW cc.

OIerLLG5114N 0h1Y11SsP1.M YOUc.P1 .LFmv/ KfXVB Tilt LAROK. CALL e.wy'N..irrl. kakaana r4a. III .. Nw tart 4u. .I4-4u$.
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i T1R71L t TIIfl DDPf{[Ac Ii TWOODA I LtCAMTu.T 'AIIt.eM.U,", LAP AuT'I3000Is.M George Vining Roofing 1**. WILlVa "..*> PU-ka '
APFlT AY PIEART HOe44ifA1 Aso AtECMTI PHO.XB: T14-U14, wnaal- rtva Om t tlrMj Mwna
1[ 4010, AN MST Ya4r5t AtAD loos AsCN uCui t" J1tOMt1 < lll_ I**.. FU>RII>A WAN or FCRxm-RB
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cAwllda1.rlaoRlelna M' HL' .i4ARPAPPfl n u"II.I6nr1y-R/nd.tM ii NcI HITS"" AND. -rawaNM Only $299.

f f'I fI P&1Req etMII4 U3ao1DOvd.MN1AD0oRS P44YN 4V T* IIIIMIt DutLN AIL KTNtW Or rrrHOUmrnTJr rr. onurt A'"LIOn roucav.VOLUSIA'FEED Mather Furniture Co.
eKIWlStA//AN 1CANieROLtIROMTMaOID >M.. O M40TOA11f I11DA/.31iD1. INSrI C.pi.tioust. Ut 1.AwTrkA'.. ,tM-lfll STORE

/40ts* L 13401E1Tml :: tU raw Cmrkrt t wii Tl wl IkKUVCR4V Used Furniture. Bargains
; JO' Aawha Pkaa* .. 4-IHI ",.f\IIt '1:11'. IS it

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FLOOR SHOW MAtlCMAPTtn MOOfl tX114l T.. All ww ..
aairat. Baa* M t*. I* m.trr t'TILIT' CA.'J:1':
DAILY vary /sed a .*B.a. .llaa. CaVtMllil trur. t. ..
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UIY1ON0 Ir 1rrTL1 aAIITIMAN 3 s U 5121k ..... WY ..... T TIPIEl 1 for -31S.
'I OUatAK. M04'1m.Ytlot, n M...... Prta.Pb.u COPr15 YARLI 'YitauTP'

n BOHREN TILE CO. -+.-114..341R 1 1t 117.Al$i;0E,; "'Dr1I'il : Ill
lit, K Ill Ara r *4>* n.-lltPrinting filCh 4k.14wo4 arl. _31111P
r I.' lOt.... IIEI aern:
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.- L FISCHER: TBAIHNCI run h' 0111$ littD 11'178 .5
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{ WI ....T MOLU ATI wnau
ill Oils If 1.00 1441404 .ntatlu5p00515 PIT U. HFrm. II A R T -*!...,
'cro ..'..acN, 1515001 rdaNmaboa. C 5.M"tHi CHAIR
I f 1lg1 wtiMORRYHe1Rf ... on..wal Ie
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r ppW
.....c__.. 4l 150' 1atn'Nos. ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE
pleEAIOfiDS .. for __'.. .c... a.1'.00 B cnii .. iimirUBfin IIi

tl e Ir( .slNa!..H te a' .twee. .tswf44_. "_"- __.....-........c. 1 Ab, CO.

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QUALITY HOMES ;: 1,11111, Ant*. Triii*., Tuton* FlnHN. $1 395
0.. ....., Ow"... -. ,


H..t.. .t1. Tr... AMthw ,
;:, .,.... 1.11111. ."........ 445 ..U,. $895.
&J' .' W* Siill Hart Some Unb.lI.TibU Values IA Lali Models ud Older Models Such As> T

COOL. tulip .*..1...4 will Ratl*. N.otlrk $ 1957 1959 1960 1982 1960 195S
Pilaw $' In4 695
COMFORTABLE CLEAN Tamed 01111, "l..I.T::... tstrl Volkswagen Ford Ford Rambler Rambler
... V.w .1a11 M1 ISIS ..1 ..t.1"0 .- Rambler

.And no Mndir whin this PANEl,FULL IDr.Soim, !.Or."f.CTI"4-DNr S.d.., Wlpu. A,5., WI Leeb/

quality hams rt r/ricid tu FALCON !-DI. SEDAN Plea ". .. Aoto..Hootir. Stonl. Train.. UtM CllO*. Hnfor. RIs hid.
low-17.790. to $18,350. Avrmabs. Tale.Mir11I5 .tta' Sold
with M unit u$240. down W At _-_

and Crivi$4927 cut today.pir Thin m.nth-iroIS ItSt CHRYSLER SEDAN $199 $495 $595 995 $795 '$295

modili to choMi from Ml* ,.... OtMHnt. P.wr >*kaa,
Tiki Intirittto |4-|et WITH Air *.dlpdl44a: ..'* Trtoa"
A .t.P. tlka N.w $595 1960
off It the DaI* UChl/ll''
ry Ttr.. A PUal, D.luna Ctr thtt ItPlaaavr 1
4 D..."*. ..._..__....__ Oldtmoblle SiudebakerSopor


TNt 0 ELTON A CORPORATION RIO* to* Haattr. i tyii 1...r ...' $595 FloiH Wigon. Shur,.
.IN. Air Cn4 tlt"... OttnltrtOFFICIAL'S.
T'.m'.I.' .' ___._.___

.. ........ .... ....... AIR CONDITIONING $6 9 5 $595 SOl South Boulevard Phone 73'- 885wowr

ELECTRIC WIRING : -CaH: n* tod lot M 1 pnoerlb CAR -
I \ till Carrttr Air

AND REPAIRS Caadltiontac that will

i H. M. II G GET T i turn It from I adding: If M PLYMOUTH SPORTS FURY 2.DR. HARDTOP
hot hot Into t cool hiroa.
44 ....
: Ho tort. toRloYtro1 : Low dowa pormontRoy L.tit4. wit lIat rti, L... thin 1,000 Aatutl Milt*. $S$$ Sn"l

: ..... II 4.2W /l q Wma. 8., N..' OM Ciol OWNIRl, faofino wmd.ri Clkoma Need ANY Used Auto Part?

....................... $600 A......>U.. W.ih.r. 115. MiM. .....Pn..... Koompartnr .
Save .furtiiiht, 44t.
And Cal r r l UMlOXTNER1 We have It we'll it for
>ort iorkahop, 1 t r t.r Int.LHI4IFIM4 or get you
41 H.. 'u..II,1I1n1l1. frail trtM. P.....
FURNITURE 410 ........

CAII .T' ."* llf. too ellll *. 1W W. New Vtrtt,Ass, HI J-fT I Statewide Telegraph Service! ?.:
feoautlful It yon UM Blue Luton.R.nt LARGE 2 DR. HOMEON
rl.ftric ahamioo.r II Rob These Cars Carry A Full 1 Year ......1111. I......*.*. MnnM 14 lion W1ECKKK SKBTICC '"
.rm-Clark Mrnltiira Co. Tklt I IMM5.nlu4 t.4Inrhiitaa
Frierson's GW Warranty! 66 ...5 /AsuN r."".a,*wall I* wall .... M&K USED AUTO
So-Del Furniture }.aaIln5 lit I. R. tn4 4loln. art: PARTS 'INC. ;;

"I P.ll B 'rvthlrf f.r l* l' Air rnnnltlonara, a.k.r .IA
t.: Z TCRMI ARRANGEDO UeorporatoiHooltng O OPEN HOUSE rr, with ranoa,fro.itr...r lomrMar'aror PAc 4 tt WO N. Ifirkmon An., Orof Chy P.... 71HW *

1411 t n. T1v.nlnby Bled Thou ABpolntmtn JJ4-4II1 Cf>",,,Iot. I "R.. I "ttll 111,1.1? PM ."..... W. Bur Lat. Model Wr cki i
AlrCoRdlttonlnj. urn I Car Oi'll McCARRIER REALTY
r>vfl. H... tnil Air-Cni'". I
JIll L .Iorl.l Pk. 7M M1(
4* Mulcil hutromoRttHOWDY'S II. Horn nmil Lxua. &A1.'tIII''
$35.5l4. Ml W ...... f k.... Tit.HitWk
831 I. w alwarl At.. IASrI&1Y
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GOOD tlZAU R. R. 1114"1111.11 11111111. 7054.
4 Pam.. both, 1arI. 1111. 1.45a..141pP
ITEUO : 55.4. .II, 44e"Iel.I PAYING
SHOP Rentals First Builders Corp. 1044, A1511 munb. 11,1., 14"i14., DOLING
MUSIC "ViUjU. c...",'. Moil rrogrtttivi Dotlir Ill *. mtRIDA ATI.PHONN < t r"'*Ml(4( mirktlltr 5444515: : ....... Dnt/IH/ ShcTttti :
114 N. Bird Ph... H4 ir:l RM 4.1121 / 5P1 *l klfhwlM a'ill. m.MO
'I Aptas.n 1201 Nortk loulo or< Pt.,.. 7)4-1310 for kutkliKf .r MMiKlnvM fI'- RAY LINKOViCHFk4
SPINET PIANO 303 OVerhill Drive ,. .n .r nuiHrr. t>*ii.n4i iw>nyxir 3j UNI
.,* .b.. mi'h. of tkii. rii-h
PAMOV' MW. efI".rt Au,tty.Luca 1 I.DSOOM 5414.. ._u.I.. -- Garden Hills 51.11 I 5151 eS11 rontrol. T.rn<. ..-llI HARLAND FOQLE JR.TM .. .. ..4U<
) ".r',. .It" teud r..dlt tale An .I.ctrle and lur1. Spring I hi* (jill 714.4111. __ .Kit 101 taw Nw Tort" A...
save ...., 12..60: ant tt".nr. ..n.tar. KS: 154.5235 ar 114.1125.CLEAN : -
r.malntnl .I..r. T" I". NmN WELDING IIAUTinil I IIIU C W''otek Mxmtwith 5.4141,4014/ wlr5; kHUM
pact .tth..ut "hlt..I1. writ.1.m. rUMNIOHID. ...T. Mr I 14 fctthi. tori* Li*'itt fill 1v of Uk*. tilr ton SLMIIy
('It".., Jopia PI.... C... room m4 talk fr un4 5.4 MA4MIHI W MKAM4IMTIO RMIIM, PI Hint Awt. KMrk.. .H| ...! k.u.. ..<.
JQBlIn. Mo mo. 1"! U.fcon Pkwy, w. C 007.1.51DVU.DIR HOMM OTttkGUENTHER'S Iradi *( tuvkovl* *n4 1.55.54 boil 'I"'". 17 Aulbdmi44511ROVI Automotive I
or PINS i1M
r nv an4 'v.n. oil hAt harrt*
CALL *. ..4JM ___ wul floor. |>M4 sill NICE 1 SR.. e. fllrt".I\\ 114,1In
DUPLEX ARTMtNT. I k Mci little
PIANOS ORGANS ran ALti n..... ....
D Land 4.10.
snails .111 : \4
II. ( l IInA.
?IOMPPON MUSIC COMPAMT 111-1111.HIS Mtk. JTursiik.d. rk.'URN SAFE INVESTMENTS IX9 MM t WOOD WOK; mint*rap.4 lot r im In *n* "At'n.i illy h.w :. : Maw VSN4.1 It*. .'-,..i.if. I ...... AitetMbflM, ttU ;,

114 Voluuft Au... 75syten. P. ckn. in W. OtNTfto Fk. all: 4-OT4 501 MHHhm It. wish< tl* MCCARRIER'REALTYHI .., ='\.t.1 hen. 5( 51
Ct.1-.I' ... .... 1.1 APT. nMr tow *ttk '|M. I ..._... WM ,nn ..( III.II*. tvl.. 'r rlUk } 1 WMV" 5
NOW I ..: .......
wags..rb.a.. an4 sns 141 lklteh .: 1 lnk t| this. Its t *r. ?...'I- .::444 OK USED CARS
flow .ull'
Horn "M "'"1 '" Ptio 4 TM V*] r5ua1 "
47 lid...-T. "nlo* for porm. 121.5er TI1Akltfh.n. **. Uu-(. lot omr I*IDA,, Louis C. Meyers.Realty .. !:..1:! "AYII DOlXAKt AT OLl.ntn

""''V"TII .m.1I 'ur. tilt. let UbtrM ttrmii u NIL./. LEAVING FOR NORTH $100 PER ACRE! BILL HOLLER MOTOR
ra.0l. et .Mal '.",11,. 247 N.' 101 W Kl,.4l rxUnilOfflra MODOP.N'1 HaOrooiii f a tmo ,Mit. w."1 IMI <... .
More Color Programs Amelia. Bell K THAW ETCH BEIRB: !:. 1. AL $500.00DOWN room. Mo.;,nfir4 *0 IU,l** *LowNMBK
TRY ZENITH FIRSTBOB'S TWO .IEOAOOM. 551.5415 Snfurl0.h5 altw :.1.. II' N.It.Shi. ,a'::. 41cb7t LAKEFRONT= HOME I0w4 '''''.'' ,. ... II" ,15061i1.46.1 5,4.i5N

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DELAND'S LARGEST 124.541. rindon % *r FHA FINANCED $1000.00 t\'>k'.4 554.5555 83 'ontiae Tempest Cr>',
n. ._ I This Week Bargains! : = D 'V994.411 : SN'
ELECTRONICS turn 11w, 1 ptrn nlOnly 111 AmwLII5Pl.e.. Wily a4PP5i. 55
kar WILL. wt -u uTeat II I Ia- Itt Solo or Tilde 51 '
3 ROOM APARTMENT 412 jiy o WA0.. .'t.'ti'1 4111011' I 114 24417/1 05215457 1141'
SERVICE CENTER month ? DIAL P6P! RITIRtOt' T clotofar turtv.nlty, P rfa lronilliimi
$77. per koma, pno4 at ...Iy |>OM "w .. ... ...... ... .. "
1444 E. Mw TarS Art. ... .59, 414 1 c." l'. rmt 1'0 ki'Kanrnll ANY .r / iifi
MOTOROLA !. 5161141.bale. built-IS. kllckan, .1!? palmtoaiicnnr ,0nh.4! .... t* TV. ..4 > ..r*. TraM. P.*.... >trlfM.'Mllf. ,Ma1/1'spf.r'5114t N. BELL MOTOR co.,
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PURNIOHID APT. Wit.r .n4 bulls .in ..Ie.... lath. ell.4x M. .r4'Prtr.4BEST PCRMIIMIO" .|.... I rm. I "Mih. P.rl*. n un '*. qT .,1105. Cla'ds aI5l5
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524.5251. 1..LA114 livliln. I.' Sold .ullfullr' HOMESITE3IBlCTIO .lurP: POMB. ftrt"UtI
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nit I'f' 11"4. 75154,4Pbnn. 5IS.. Ctm4tt fJlvM haw*, reS.4AW IHIICI Ooo4 4rmh NAME' s5 l. CLELLAND R. POLEN
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8&1. u4 l nt. t>f CurtU 1UUM IN OR OUT tOUNT.l. l ....... is Mrs. Alva C. Williams 21 R1VERRIDQE .* wwnn.MAM .
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U 1155151 PS... $ RVIa W, 4.ial440.5o
621 S. BOULEVARD 421 w. rTJIIIITT1'.r : M.:..T5i. Ii 1 Na PN 541 lea fn.O."L': .Jl.w, M..M LIVE THE FULL 734.8919'S 5541.." sa d.w.n. ..".1
for .
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APTI. HOWAItTN ,....... ALSO TNADI ...t. REALTY INC !" ::: 51. 514.5151, 5554 ,:,
Mt4".J r"i C:1cS 155144,0 M a5 111 525 .. Twnw .*ulI >. 51 .ttiL Ills itt b.tU.fZaled; 1 Riverfront Fun Home JIS !, Cuss W. ........ AY WAK.11II
MID.rtlMUANV ZENITH' Tn4 Leellruaw.... ... rwar.d 11,415.412 r tIr"Pt4r.LN'A 4. flnor" '124
In ..fcM. ('..",....h.n. nnatoii. OR. TJ.fw l....l Mm** for rnt .e .. 1'10..... 114.461a Iwo.Ise Mil N. 51 14.1 ,f,,I47 04.1.N l4a. OWIMT tit 51L14.14544 PIOI4 PROM Tour AR t robert f. WCNZ, Realty ,,. ..9.. 1215 tr
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T.V, R s1dia.eunt : .. 'u.- 1051 4rrr, t514., Rn.uJJ.a P555.i AI. COMPLETED FRANK I. SPARROW 105.4405 .5 5I0'4 w545..yua. r CUD' -REALTY, 209 N. BLVD.. "i'8 R.544!! .11 A
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$45 NOM 11MI.'ily
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: 04$. 5510154 201 N. Woodland Blvd.LOUISE r v an14e $ P.0.0I. P1. n4

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..- 1H.4a? M 1711' Wise Inc. Home Builders r1w r.- :;1 SfWao. U.ID 54u455aK. "M1.
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PBj.ll KLim (FlMfflA' ) SW taws WEDNESDAY,MALI,,,M '
RPA: VoicesOpposition [ Discord{ Cited On Witnesses In BB Probe i .w

Orange Red Cross ToFluoridation WAifflNOTON (UFO r fen- the case administrative assistant IB Sen.
City's ate taveaticatort disagreed today Bat .... Hugh Scott, RPa George A. Smathen" D-Tta. There's no substitute
en how maay tore disagreed. He aald "we have a Coounlrte investigators and &
I witpesse should be esJfed at lot of witnesses and we think U S. marshal have been unableto .
hearings on the financial atrates they should be called. Scott track down Slgelbaum and for ENERGY! '
Slates Annual Fund Drive of former Senate aide aid he would tort their names Cooper to serve them with subpoena
More than 30 person at the Robert G. (Bobby) Baker. at a dosed session adding that *. Cooper was reported at
recent meeting ot' the Retired Lennox: P McLendon. special all had been mentioned In previous sea on an excursion. .
.- Persons Association voiced pp. counsel for the Senate Rales testimony. McLmdon said Peek had co g
PRANCE CITY -Th annualload Always Tlirt' position to fluoridation of De- Committee, said there were All indications point to a operateu with interviewers The
and membership drtvi forth With Yen help Land's water supply. only three witnesses left that he closed committee meeting committee counsel said he ..endlIIar provides Ityvkklyt' re
Orange City Chapter of the The question arose when the was "In a position to say have within the next few days at would decide shortly when \
American Red doss will open proposal was made that fluorldatloa knowledge that is pertinent' which McLendon I II expected to to call Smather former aide i -*+ r.
tomorrow.. be the topic of discussion He said there might be others outline the status of the investigation Baker resigned his tl9S12a- .
Tonight a kick-off meeting; will at the group's next meeting.No depending' on reports from Investigatora and possibly make his year Senate 'Job Oct. 7 after
t>. held in the chapter house at one present at the meeting, in the field. recommendation for a termination some of his wide.ranging business t II'
7:30. Guest speakers will be John however would agree to take the Sen. Howard W. Cannon, date. deal became public He .
Grant, director for this area, affirmative side in the issue. D Nev., supported McLendonand I The three witnesses on tap are has cited the First. Fourth, sugar
and Alva Neal chairman of the During the meeting, held In th. the committee staff He Ben Slgelbaum, a Miami Fifth and Sixth Amendments to
eLand Chapter. Neal will toilsome Tourist Clubhouse, a letter was said the Inquiry should be real estate man; Jack B. Cooper I the Constitution in refusing re
of hU experiences during read from the West Voliwia ended unless Investigators could ; a wealthy LlsPeekiformer to testify about his financial M
hll 27 jean in Red Cross work. w sows", Home Nursing Association, Inviting produce a new aspect! to I I man and Scott affairs .a
,AIl worker are. urged to attend / MLb"1NdiMd members of the RPA to an r I
)and refreshments.will be icrved. "szalea tea" to be held from 3
This year on June 14 the 35th to I p.m. Thursday In the home
anniversary of Red doss InC"'nJre and gardens of Mrs. Emery.
City will be marked. In Holden, S. Stone St.DEBARY \
193 E. B. Ailing, while mayor MEET
cf'iprange City, went to Washtagton Announcement war made that I
and secured' the charter, the member also had been 9
Work for the Red cross had already C.JoII f.d.fyl invited to attend the meeting of
been going on In the town. the National Association of
AH:during World War I several organization with Its millions of Retired Persons to he held In
Women, member of the Village members whet contributionsare DeBary Friday, March 13. In the .
Improvement Aiieelatlon l : tile sole support of its widespread i Firemen' Recreation Han at ROUND SIRLOIN TENDER.JUICY,FRESH
aid and relief lit time of
harked for the DeLand Chapteref Descry The national director
the Red croll, collecting war Or natural disaster. will be present at the meeting: t
money and old linen and knit underwear Volunteers will begin callingon Disappointment was voiced! .,
to be cent to the front residents tomorrow asking for ever absence of a speaker wh
devastated Eur support In the fund and membership had been
and clothes for scheduled to'speak on
epc, and.using their clubroom for campaign. the King.Anderson. (medicare)
Hussey said! "We are confident Bill.
tnaWng and packing surgical
2resslngs. that when Red doss worker E. T. Lloyd, chairman K33c
CRAFTER CHAIRMAN call, Orange City residents announced that a DeLand Chamber
.Ji, M. Huaiey li present chair will give generously toward the of Commerce committee 1*
roan of the Orange City Chapteref support and continued operation' Investigating the feasibility of a
the American Red cross of this local chapter We ask an United Fund in West Volusia.
citizens to remember that they Lloyd also asked
Which serves Orange City, De- that mem-
Bary. Enterprise, Benson June- are. helping others as well as hers make contributions to the
ton Deltona and Osteen. Red themselves Cross"when they give to tile fund drive of the West Vehicle BEEF SIRLOIN BEEF RUMP BEEF BONELESS & TIED

-Rock Bussey: general ha appointed chairman of Harold this Home Nursing Association.DON'T Roast 89x | Roast 79x I Roast Lb. 89x

4rtv j-ear'i. The fund co chairmen and membership include I Tip u. Lb. Rump >

Warren Dt Pew and Jck H. ASK QUESTIONS- tMtmHm m mmmmmmmimfmm mi mmmmmmmaimmmi m* i m mfmmmi ALL
Stta! \ (bus nee), Orange City; TALL HICKORY TEAT
Mrf. Maria Arcardl. Mra Rob-
er Mehola, Mrs. A. Arrington JUST DO ITU Wieners 39 '
Mri. W. J. Reich and Miss Bar- *.
Sliced Bacon 3" 99
bara Bedlent DeBary; Mn. J. .
t 1 F.iilolllater and Mrs. A. Relndl, MOSCOW (VP- Russian faced t
Deltona;.Mill Helen Snodirrass, nand from tile stat be beautiful women, Soviet today style a nw4 100% PURE BEEF FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER
and Mrs Marion Wilier. Enterprise
and Mrs. J. S. Peterson the Forget government about organ part IzvestJa Elizabeth add Taylor, and and shoe Brigltte oft the Bardot attri, ,FLORIDA GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN
.aji4 Mra. Harry Osteen, Oateen. bitten of the true Soviet woman.
1$* Orange City Red doss "Soviet girls, be beautiful," It exhorted,' "but remember "Best In Town"-Whole( )
ewjn 1U own building which was you are citizen of a great nation let
given with the surrounding land clothe and be your 3 POUNDS 99
your manners worthy of the grandeur of our ,
to the Chapter by Mr and Mra. society"What
E. B. Ailing in 1940. It has re a pity, Izveitla
complained, that the Russian boots e
gently been enlarged with more which are. so necessary and practical for the cold Soviet FRYERS 29 TENDER. JUICY. FRESH CUBE
pact for meeting and the Loan
winters had to go to Paris before they became Ugh style la
Closet The Cloaet hat the following Moscow.

articles available: hovpt- "W* should fight for fashion Instead of against It," STEAKS 98
\.\ tal bed, wheel chain, crutch bvestta said. "We are neglecting. a gold. mine of national LB. Lb. 1
.walkers and other sick room ornament and designs."
equipment, all, tree to the real-' As though making a leap year gift Izvestia said It la an
Cents of the above localities. right for Soviet girls to LEANCANNEDHAM4
wear spiked heels eye shadow and LYKES BONELESS COOKED
1 LOAN AJTLICATIOX black stockings, but they shouldn't Imitate Waiters'Models.
Applications for loans may b* "Th psychology of fashion In the West 1 I. baaed! on the
made to Harold Freund, chairman imitation of *o calltd fashion makers .. thus appear.styles LB. 2.59
-0' the Loan Department, M Brlgitt Bardot and Elizabeth :Taylor .." IzvestU said. I I CAN
543 E. Graves Ave.. Orange City,
775)416. The Horn Service Department. 1-
Mra Harold Hock - - _
chairman and Mrs. Harold Car RACIAL ISSUE DErELU.S. OPMENTS I lEKHmrrsTRAmtT' | JOAN or AK p SHlllfINi. SHUtflNE SALAD | SUPERFINE -D
co-chairman, aids membersOf
and their families each
trans II

}' year lwr ,by the Oranga City Chap. .. Okays 'Mix' Plancompletely ; 6 65c..l'27c ; 2 29cI; UAT 49cI 2 mu39c

During March the American IL Ln. I "* .
) Red dust throughout the United -

State will ask' for money to support _y united hoe tp.lmnW.mrShelby happy'.ahout ARMOURCHEDDAR
not only the work of local Boyd'sruling.
Tens will
County ,
but of the worldwide \ They had asked for an
Chapters desegregate its public schoolsat

t Freak Mishap start all of 12 the grade fall levels semester with the InSeptember require schools Integration be that Integrated plan the which county'on an would exact M CHEESE U 1 Lb;Pkg. 691F LOU R

I under a plan approved
I 'hlt.Nrrro ratio>> of M32
\ [Kills Airman I Judg Marion Tuesday S. by Boyd.federal each. to match till populationratio. INDIAN RIVER RUBY RED SEEDLESS

Memphis 1* the county seat'of "An appeal la not unlikely,"
\ KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI>- Shelby County. The plan will not said Negro attorney Russell GRAPEFRUIT5- 5 Lb. Bag
A crewman aboard a C130 affect the city schools In Memphis Sugarmon.In .
troop transport plan plunged which are now Integrated rejecting tile NAACP proposal llntt, t Ova..
U.QOO feet to apparent death yea- through the sixth. grade Boyd said it "seemsto
day when a door of tile plan level but will\ affect some'quar >> compel racial balance and la AMERICAN BEAUTY REGULAR OR DRIP COFFEE
til wu blown open during a flight ter of a million residents on not practical or'workable. The
owe the Great Smoky Mountain- the fringes of the river boat racial plan simply wouldn't ::2 303cans'291
tain*. dry. work In,this casr It Is not the CREAM
The Air Fore said tile crewman TIle total desegregation was answer." MAXWELLHOUSE
who was not Identified regarded as a big step forward Other integration activity
immediately, was "standing by Integration leaders In a JarkeoeyWe Fa.t| Seven Negro SAX TCU-r,
Mar the door which had blown state when the "stalr-rtep"der ilt-ln! demonstrator were
oat without warning, and haWU segregation formula Bad lit fined from 140 la city
,I tucked out." Itart.i court for trespassing as the result GREEN BEANS 2 303 cans25{
i But Negror who
Th door struck a propeller attorneys of demonstrations at a cafeteria.
I pushed for the total desegregation
I and angina ef the four-engine I Meanwhile\ the NAACP
a* It wu blown from Its plan-with the backing of aid It' la for
plaaa making plan. a coion ailNMOMfMEAL MONOGSAM IONS SlAIN LB. BAG
hinge, forcing the plane to the National Association for the march on th. stat capital la IIUISUI
turn back and mike a dramatic Advancement of Colored People support of civil" right legislation
emergency landing at Indicated that they are not before Congress.New OLEO ALT RICE2,29I1

MeGhee-Tvaon Air Fore Baa Democrat Wins Terkt Six dvllI.M.. I
her*. and civic organisations plan to 59Biscuits3 .C

d..' '1\' accident MBBAW happened ant about Louisiana'Votino lead next a Tuesday march on Albany to dramatize N. Y. : 101. \\f 535: ; 5691: ;

S3 mile east of here over the need of "meaningful nodal
Callnburg ltd resort area In NEW ORLEANS fUTO legislation" SHURFRESH SMOW10AT
the Great Smoky Mountains. Democrat John J, McKl'lthfoahp.dI'd Bwhwi Leaden of a massive (UsMft 1 WUfc $5"MUr*F4 Or tri)
't\ The plane was en tout from ,for tile Louisiana governor boycott of Boston's pa fell c 25 PORK &
ti\ S(wart Air Fore Baaa, mansion today, but conservative school win not b* prosecuted kg. i C
Smyraaa, Tenn, to My Ml Republicans held a aa the result of a tot taken by EYERFRESH
Beach SC. beachhead In the stat .legisla the Boston School Committee BOWMAN'S BEANS
TIle plan, pDoted by a Royal ture. against any action la a boycott 0 BREAD
.Air Fore exchange officer McKalthea. a 45 year old last Wednesday!* which 20,000
Identified only u Lt Parson, country lawyer, Tuesday night' students mined achool.I -Apple Sauce GREEN
landed her with Its lOll tilted turned back a furious Md by
upward to keep the crew lath Goldwater Republican Oaritoa as. 2 LOAVES 311
rear of the craft and away Lyons Sr. 1* wta the gubernatorial '

frqm front: of the the open! plan door. at the The election.GOP mounting ls first ,I Negro News I 2 303 Can 291.PEAS

oa....,, were M lajurle upoaUofiag. serious threat to the Democratic HERSHEY3
1 monopoly sine Reconstruction
e, pilot war flying with days captured two seats Group Slattt MeetThe
a from OIl tilth Troop U the state legislature. Undenominational
Unofficial mult tram'JHOot Unity
Wing at Sawart A Prayer :Band _
win meet at the
hood of officers war tnvesttth the etate't 1Z4 precincts
Triumph Holiness Church at T M
MeKdthea 441(01
gave : vote
the acddaatQtBlifies Sugar
tonight EUxabeU Harris
to Tt3t3 for Lyon StatesRighter
will speak. The public Invited..
Thomas ft. William
For Pott
Missionary Roes Fair la
trailed' far behind "'tS.nT., .
deal and Elder Zrriatoa la
.TALLAHASSEB: UPI) Republican The final chapter to the riee pastor. lETS
congreaaman William tloa may aot be written until at *< jm *,
c. Cramer St. Prteraburg. qua. least Friday whoa. UA. DUt. Board To Meet SUGAR'
IlfUl yesterday as a ....ndldat.'or..COP Judge E. Gordon Weal eooaM- 5
national commute era a move by Williams to havethe The Deacoaes Board of Macedonia e, .j.,., sah ;

iraa. election result cancelled.Wllllama Baptist Church will have LB. BAG cr59c ,
He prevloutly qualified to bet from Ethel: La., a buslaesa meeting at 7;30 ,.m. WI", "
delegate to the national Reputflcaa charged h* had. been 'dlseriml- tomorrow at the church. Ail U-e.. .. '.' >..'.1
convention pledged to Bated against by pariah voting! member are asked-to be .... 0.-s -_--- ,
present .wllt1 Mle Iee.nsi Prtcee ....1'hnIeJ.HHep......,.
Barry Goldwater for president. machine custodians and Ole Important business will b.
,! and u a candidate for roles election could not be legally discussed. The Rev. H. W. Whit
tioa to WJ Mat Ia Contreaa. held. U putor. I
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