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.:. Vol. 50 No. 45 Thursday, March\ 5,164 I DeLand, Florida 32720 \, ., .


Pierson County Commission To Rule On Petitions


11 1 Hero Is (Tomorrow: Relocation 4D' Day:

; Modest ,

Tomorrow la "D" Day In Dt- 'missioners will exercise! their attorney, Charles Luther, going the County Zoning Board of Ap. and for equipment for the Nee
f Wally Bell, 12, Land with Volusia County Commissioner \uasl l.Judicial authority and deJermlne over legal aspects! of the check. peals. H* replaces Walter Nord- Smyrna Beach courthouse
scheduled to determine whether the petition Hall hid outlined and commissioners an
1 Pulls Negro Boy the sufficiency or Insufficiency Ire sufficient adopted the mann, who resigned when h* announced flex
j: of the county seat relocation Commissioners did so in July procedure for checking the val. thai h* would seek the PERMITTED Arthur Bowk.
From St. Johns petitions. 1961 and proponents ef relocation Idlty of the petitions HAil and Dlitrlct 1 County commission ley Orange at} who qualified
Commissioners will announcethe challenged their procedures" and Luther were checking to see that post, to seek. the 14th Peace Justice
By ROGER GILMORE lumber of qualified! electors findings In court The result of every facet of the court order The Appeal Board was scheduled Post to withdraw.AWARDED .
Run New star Writers who had paid taxes as of Aug. the bitterly contested court battle had been followed.Commissioners to meet at J p,m. today In paving contract .
PIERSON '1 herd a gurg 16, 1960 and were eligible to was an Injunction prohibiting had a brief the county commlstloa. conference to Daytona Beach Paving Co,
ling sound, saw the little boy lath sign the relocation petitions. the commissioners from awarding business session They greed to room and It had to have a )low bidder at S14.I30 for work
water, dove la and pulled Then will come the breakdown a contract for a new county dvertlM far 10,000 tons of a*. full five man membership In Grady Williamson's District t
Win to safety" of the lists showing the number Jail and a court order that theyreconsider phalt at FOB and delivered In other action the board I and to th. same firm tor workin
"I That was all a husky 12,year- who signed but were'not votersor the first petition and price to various areas In. till -APPROVED the appointment Ralph Richards' District 3 at I
old Pierson boy had to sty yesterday taxpayers and the duplicate Subsequent petitions county This would be a stock of Florence Adams, Day 86't9'l.
when questioned about signatures. Improper signatureswill LEGAL ('ONTEJIENCEC !: pile of asphalt for patching purpose tuna Beach. secretary to Circuit -AWARDED a contract to
tit heroic rescue of a five.year* be Hated separately. The I Today while commissioners *, Judge James Nettnn. Klondex Corp.. Jacksonville, ate
old Negro youngster from the number o( bonified withdrawals held their regular meeting, J ODRAM \NAMED -AGREED to advertise for' bidder on a copying machine forth ,.
Et, Johns River on Saturday will be shown. I, Lewis Hall, special counsel for i Commissioners. E, (CEdI Stool bid for a station wagon for us* clerk of the Circuit Court's 4
oft!! nion. For the second time the com .th. commission met with county named K. B, (Billy) Odham to of the lifeguards 'In District 4 office at 11.113. J

Upon further questioning the .
toll story of the rescue was tin ,* *
covered from a modest Wally 4 Further Hearing Slated !
Bell son of Stewart Bell who I* .i '

employed overseas. Wally and For SRD. Hearing .
Us older brother, Craig live '.
here with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mr*. Russell Pierson. Hoffa To AppeaJJ.f'Over
Saturday Wally was visiting :- County PreparesRoad ty
Ms uncle and aunt Mr, and Mr*.
T E. Underbill at their camp
en the St. Johns River at
Kitchens Island about a quarter .
Clf a mile from the Volusia Bar List
Fishing Camp.I" Project
Kenny Brown the Negro CHATTANOOGA Tenn. four women reached Its derision .'
youngster, also was fishing ,. Sot r (LTD "It was unfair .a after five hour and U
J while his father was busy with Volusia County Commissioners qulsltlon of right*'of.way for railroad Jnb In my opinion. Of minute of consideration. !S ..
,' some yard work in another area. (Sun Nmti eh.e. ky Oilmen ) today adopted a list of primary other segments ef A1A are the court, w* will appeal" ,.dnrally, It.found! Thomas. '"t..
"We both had been fishing for That was Teamster boat Park and Ewing Kl .
HERO WALLY BELL OF PIERSON and secondary road prelects major! East Voluaia primary pro.jectr. M
quite a while In the morning and ...Kenny Brown Cue At Reamer to be submitted to the State June R. Hoffa't angry reaction Nashville, guilty aa tun ,
then after lunch we went back load[ Department at the preliminary to hit conviction Wednet- pal in two of three ry )
cut on the dock and began fUh- budget hearing March 10. Vest Volusia secondary! project day by a federal court Jury on perms count l Hofta IS Larry
," looked In the water and deep) and grabbed him when h Included the survey el the
log again Wally said. justsew Volusia County will present Its two count tampering I Campbell ef Detroit Ie mil.I .
'I to the ef his head. was about three feet under, I proposed highway from Interstate Held technic
wasn't paying attention top request at I:30 a m. In the Fifth In custody for I vtcted of aiding an ahartin,.
anything but my cork when all ENTERS WATER"I : pulled him to the surface and District office In DeUnd. 4 near Orange City In a two and one half hours Hoffa Two other defendant Nicholas'
ef a sudden I beard a gurgling can't. remember the first then over to the dock where my southeasterly direction to Inter. JAMC I R. HOrrA was released under 11300: Tweet, Huntington, W. V.. and
sound First I dldn think much thing I thought about. All I uncle helped him out of the Most of the requests are carry ICadaaN n Pus. w. bond and did not appear dls Allen Dnrfmsn, (Chic e.
stout It but I looked around and remember is that I dove In the water," he added. overt from last year's budget! Included enraged by the verdict. "1 acquitted' en the third\couat.BY w'l'\.
! didn't tee Kenny anywhere. I water (which la about 10 feet West again Volusia m road the primary protects bud DALLAS TRIAL TESTIMONY/ pity thus who do not hv the

get rcqurit ....: .. fund to |* at appeal emiru," r.ANn"UT
? T h* said
Sees Tribute To Administration, rOURLAMNG State Road Federal Judge Frank Wilson ,

IS (u.s. 17) from the north city Detective Quotes Ruby: gave attorney 19 day to fit. Homcst&d
limits of Orange City south te I 1 motion for a new trial. H. ; I Ii
the IIItft'lect.lOIwltIt the Junction
WA9frfOTOff IL?!) TMrenvlcttoa
Governor Cites Lack ef Road.the Orange City.p:nten.prla ;Three Intended' ., faunas H.-belie 'i
Shots .
-FOUR.LANING of .. R. 15 j a Jury tampering charges atrmaw
>d chance* May fur re. Exemption
north from DeLeon Spring *
n4m...... tt the glad Team
the dry of Plenon. The right-of-
alert I ale. Into the AFLCIO.AFIX10 .
has already acquired.:
way DALLAS VHt-Jacli) Ruby and another' detective, bustled President. G Mirg*
-FOUR UMNO US. t2 cursed Lee Harvey Oswald and Ruby Into an elevator and took Iteaay withheld. eammeal M Supported
Of GOP CandidatesTALLAHASSEE (Slat Road too from the Intersection said 'I Intended to hoot him him upstairs to the JU.Arrher tINt verdict rettm! .by nChatto
at US. 17 t* the Intersection
three times" a few minute said a* turned to _ia Jury Uut ee l4
at Kepler Rd.. Right ef after h* put a bullet Into tilt cc..c.._ a r... ,.... ....* |nn to ...... fer aMaklinnni I

CUPI Co*. GOP candidate qualified for Bryant said h* had not yet way*along been the acquired.three mil stretchav accused assassin, a detective ./ II year prenmttlon EBAltY' -ef'1 homestead stand for the

Farris Bryant said today the the office of governor but received a report from the state -GRADING and paving of the testified today at his murder motion.," Jim Bailey Demo en.
lack of opposition shown by tile failed to til It piper and pay adjutant general on the cost of Barbervtn Road from .. R. 11 trial oR scheduled a further Rearing today matte candidate for Volusia
Republican Party for date lees U candidate for any of use of the National' Guard. It t.o tile Intersection with Interstate Detective Dm R. Archer on a defense motion that County lax
MM***, told! th
who the Jail of the' case be throw gut becauae *
Cabinet Incumbent wa a ".trI.ut. the ether Cabinet post. needed In the Florida East Highway I-(5. The eontnc't1"toOnNmdBNCIIWU wi guarding VBry Democratic Club
." to the administration and Bryant told hi* weekly newt Coast Railway strike. H* said from nee door en the raining of the government Illegally spied herb last sight' men
Nov. 24, said that U seconds on. till defense
conference that realistic look he of of
the Cabinet. a wee aware rumor a awarded Tuesday. !
at the situation led him to believe threat to tINt President's safety NEW PROJECT after Ruby fired the shot the Wilson had refused to hear I who Raney, S3. Ormoflif Ketch,
that Republicans, or anyone when Johnson wa In Florid Th major new East Voluala slayer littered the words t "1 argument on the motto durg Istant qualified yesterday I II a*.
U.S. Guards for that matter, didn't seek. last week but said tile state's primary project I II till bridging hop I killed the eat of a la the trial', bur beg** hear I 'tuna Beach tax assessor branch.In the Wirrea.cksnn. De,.
the post "becius they feel part In security precaution was of Ponce Deteon Inlet The bitch. lag (hem Wednesday while the ,
On AllGEC's they don't have a chance of no more than normal for a grading and paving of sections L. C. Crave, a detectivewho jury wt dellhrtlng at the end Incumbent of this termBailey Will retire
Urged being elected." presidential visit of AlA (Atlantic Ave.) and aci was guarding Oswald testified The panel! of ,1lIt1'1IIII and
"It Is a tribute to the Cabinet that. moments. after the'shnoting emphatically. declared
or in* accuseQ assassin hat U he I I. elected "I will not
Trains and the administration that the ,
Asks '
general feeling Is such that they Ruby' "kept pulling a a dquieting 1 l Hrlirarlng ratty I property value which
; I Ikv would
nfe on 'the trigger"ONLY be tantamount' to abolish.
(potential candidates) dnnt f,1It' CoLl3fnlt. Ohio carMl-Dr, '
Pr Ing homestead
worthwhile to make the Samuel
retary of State Tom Adam effort," Bryant said.UUI Only) one shot wa* fired, bow- life sentence' tor tilt bludgeon a Me said that the reappraisal
aid today that National ever King In Coma .U Polk County .has brought "d)..
Guardsmen should be placed BACKING Archer ,under questioning" by laying el bin wife marly 10 astrou mull.. The people Wire
aboard each Florida East Court Bryant said tt was conjecture PUt Atty, Henry Wade, said ATHENS (Urn-King Paul 1 years ago, today asked lINt old n Mil 0< goods tor a M.
:Hallway train neW n 13-month o* his pert, but be felt that Ruby uttered the "son of a i was reported la a deep coma I 'ardon and Parole CommUilo appraisal. They wan told.their r
strike! punctuated by violence President Johnson was strongerla bitch" phrase' as the 34'year-old and sear death today for a fearing on his parole. tax rat* would come down II
Is settled. Florida than the late president Marxist misfit lay writhing e* TIlt Creek royal family was which could bad to hi* Immediate pronnrtiot) to the lncr ee, .,
Only the governor cam call Kennedy would have been the mensal floor of till jail aid to,b.ea told by Jus release What happened v
cut the National Guard to prevent la this year** election base meat doctors (then was M top. Th* commltaloa tuned down ""Cveryon laxea were ralad

violence. ADd Go*. FarrU Th governor held bin new Within three to See minute A medical bulletin at midmorning a clemency: appeal Sheppard Not only neniestex1,ri but aosv
Bryant said test Saturday k* conference shortly before leaving sfter, tilt ....d"', Archer said, said Tb situation remains m J**. U. IJtX .e...,..... ee Pluta.Tee, '
was having a study made by for a three day work- ke and police Capt. Gins King unchanged." with lie /a..ow.sMn
the date adjutant general to i vacation In "tk Bahamas. .Ja t King reported in. a coma.Aa I
determine what such an ..p.1II.lIt Bryant will address a meeting ..::. f rr : unofficial 'plot 'report

would cost Insurance executive while ta Surgery SetFor said .11! heartbeat were M*.4Uy Extra
Bryant said today be has not the Island Just off Florida' dimlwling.'Suppression'. Special I

cost received a report on tile east coast. -

Adam study.. In n statement' prompted > McNamara Sets General Probed Waaher-Dryer Sale' !

by an Impromptu coffee I WASHINGTON (ITJ) r Cea.DMglaa WASHINGTON LTD) Rep. ., I.TuzquolM I.
tour discussion\ with newsmen
U his office earlier this week Viet-Nam Check i MacArthur wU *ndergo today William a house C same RepubUcan. IU'1a.,"taak said i t: .
laid tk* violence Ja connection surgery Friday at WalterReed ** '
WASHINGTON LTD De- ... fore* liMy group e* Latin ,
Hotpttal where lie I Ie
with the strike has reached a IN COLOR
America CoPptdou
crucial stage.U's fens Secretary Robert & Me- der treatment Inc Jaundice, K was looking tatocharge '
that new of the .
Namara gad a baseribbongroup
was today
that tilt J'
encouraging or Will
President and governor bars of adviser leave. by H Th hoffpttal mad th* **. muniailon ef American
team ef Investigators worUngt transport tonight tar a crucial oMcemeM la a .word Mafentrnt. during tile Panama riots wuuppreteed.
pprebend saboteurs who appraisal el the war la South I which disclosed that tests .
Iiavej blown np trains sad track VM 1'1.' ... *a the year-old her el owewodd -
M several eccsslon But Adam Before kit midnight departure. war steed .h* had ".* Vltlt Postponed
aid where the Yves and proa- UcNamara was scheduled tatnct** fatjaa'ltt .1 tutknown -
to hold one .l felt rare ATHENS ,LTlA ttA/ .
arty of Florkflaas are ei>dafered. DEPARTS FOR BEAUTY COMTTST-Prtity f
the sUt should not only Pentagon use eonterence at taint Th* autemeH said DM *pra < demonstrations forced paet.pnnement
Free daughter of Mr, and Mrs. C B. fm 2B W
which lie certain to be of1tJt to Creact .
fcrmtigsto what ka atrMdytiarpeoed was ....,w'W Kan peficyaad Plymouth Art- shown ai she prepared to depart this May by toe UJ. Kk nw t.
but prevent futon eattnaka. day Mraiag.Hotpttal ....., a
afternoon foe Azalea rllt1YallftPalatb thia weekend WNtskir :: S1999j
the poaribla tutor t coon* tpokeamea rf.tt4to .
ef the war. Jack Fountain, chairman of the local beauty' con tnattfy further an th sutoVacArflrar Argut Oter Tore.' a
Blasts KID Three Th defeat* secretary test for tht DLan4 Jaycees ajtiitf the 17-,nr-old Dt- .-t. $I '
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planned cabin tpead Readgesrea Land High School senior with her hiUf Mort thaa. intend the ... NICOCA. Cypre (OTII-Tk ry.r L" slCr+
STOUL.( Korea IUfnpre Pacific w aa4 20 entries art expected for the three-day went which' tot Mondr lee what *pofcm United. Hatless pests Isrre.tia t tNo
InN eat kt an artfOery abet to Rswttt and arrhr In Saigon open tofilrht with talent rehearsal TIM talent contort said vivid tw ieVe *n4lrl ta the punning Mage, ran
disposal plait today setting 41 the WIt day. Is slated' for I ,.m. tomorrow la the PaUtka Hh snwmtoatieaa abAwntoal Into a read lock today bH...*. Trade Needed! it
a series al npo...* that t/'IWfW. el roefik lag kHerpretatlo eftt '
School udrlorium. A parade .U set for 2JO p.m. Saturday
I billed S ,...... cad tojwtd tt Rotary Sprain Set and th* annual Azalea Ball will be held at 9 thatnight The fcorpftal **H Tuesday H by wtrrtog Creek sad Phone Order Accepted Call 794 t ,;

ogre.Folke. The beauty CO be Sunday afternoon to that the ave+tsr Central" w** TirrkWl Cyprhrt la Stock Sc Available For tom.dUit IJtUrtry
said the tare dead Rotartaa at their sedans M ta gels twl had tot *om0 Even (* U N Secretory Cev ;
Garden winner
the amphitheater. gel a
were worker k* the plant abets meeting tunnmow al the Hotel ...1111. eta) flint la New York recniUed Shop at Beam and Sr
IB mOe sash el here Putnam win hear )In. Oometia HAM bond second place, a 1500 bond and third place, nretiw | a e ad tee" I* frmp tat the force" anprmed SEARS', '! ;i
i the btjwed were S3 .... Pant Vohstia! Cowry tu cnOee a $300 bond Th* talent winner also will rerelv a $.VOO medically defiant *. due to the Wo>e dax. the Creek; ..eW...... Cnn.s..dN : 1
, dre*. T prison official AmnII'j tor, speak ea the dutte* of her bond. Many other activtti .re also planned Tht winner ''fcerkteg p" H kite. .... the u4 Twin begin argulcg ever Y..s Neeq Lek
I prison taaatta aaarky I efflce DM Will be Introduce by will enter the Mao Florida contest this summer. Wrmd meant caused by some what tIN tore win de .ha K 101 teeth IML Phone 7UMH '
fega. Tam CtdId. (Sua >'rwi Photo by CUaore) type as! abatnscthM. : gu ."...

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]Mirftc&t Immobilized

r i News Briefs

Fatalities Soar To 15 M Ij From Officials From Alabama

prLT2&TIA' Area Towns .

Over Violent Weather I I GLEN*ODD To Query BlastSuspectJACKSONVILLE

I The fourth in the Lenten

service series the general

I theme "Jesus As Others (VPD erase, a mechanic who laid h*
lY Unites' Pnit Intarnatltnsl hour in Detroit and police' tent 'news! projects' through the I / t Saw Him" will be held Friday learned how to handle dynamite
Mirth onslaught of crazy-. out warnings to residents to streets, anti whipped up timbers I from T;:13: to S p.m. The sermon Alabama authorities\ while working on a construe
quilt weather Immobilized Midwest stay out of the downtown area I off the Shell of the Tlrlt topic for this week 1 II today to question ties to the church bomb I
bombIng gang
admitted -
cities with gale fores If they could. I Federal Savings and Loan Association t t I "JelU..u Others Saw Him u mechanic who

winds and sent rivers flooding The Detroit wind blew out building which is under I The Divine Physician". a Negro home here last leg"But this case la of such Importance .

over their banks la the Ohio heavy debris from urban reMarket construction. Mrs. Ruth Excel! organist month about the Birmingham that we feel any lead \
killed lour
River Valley today.It will present selections before church bombing that
be diligently pursued and
the same storm which Negro children.
the service. A hymn sing "
sent twister's twirling u( Weekend Set opens the service Everyone Birmingham Police Chief exploited Bailey ,

.'. "tornado alley" Wednes. who desires a Mid-week Lenten Jaml Moore and Jefferson

day The southern storms killed worship service Is welcometo County, Sheriff Mel Bailey ar Pierson Hero
U persons-four In tornadoes I come. rived Wednesday night to question -

which whipped six states, and 30.year-old William Sterling

seven la a lightning sparked SummaryAs For ParentsAt DELEO.V SPRINGS Rosecrans.Roecr: I

Art at Forrest City Ark. The square duce scheduled ni, a "clow associate" Is 'lIodest'Action

DEATH TOLL RISES for Saturday night at tile I>eI ol north Florida Ku Klux Man

The weather death toll rose to reported by UPi and iba Leon Springs Mobile Home leaders, was charged by the

15 today as rain turned to Ic* local Reynolds anl Ce. office.Stocks I Park has been canceled because FBI Wednesday with bombing Over
en Midwest streets and high' turned lower en profit- of the death of a resident the Jacksonville home of a Negro

ways. Missouri retorted tare taking early today on reduced It was announced today. boy who broke the segregation (Colltiell.iII mm Pic. Ont)
'wtather.blamed traffic deaths trading. barriers at a 'local elementary
j tglAa 1 4vi" "He didn't know how to swim
aid minols one. Electronics managed to hold More than 500 parents *f Stetson school.
at all and he was Just sort of
The Weather Bureau said the most of their early] gain, IBM students are expected to invade Witness Says FEC BLASTS limp and not struggling at all
storm would keep driving eastward advanced around S and Electronls the University's DeLand He is also being questionedabout have I
and I didn't trouble
with heavy rains. Washington's Associates' and :Zenith campus for the fifth annual 'WIVES' NOW PLAYING-Betty Bedsole and John recent bombings of strikebound him to the any '
dock hi
temperature was expected about 1 each-the last OR record Parents' Weekend which opens Burchette art shown in a scene from the opera, "The Ruby Planned Florida East Coast Railway getting recalled. .

to drop front a spring- IMS sales and earnings.Coatrel l tomorrow afternoon, and lasts Merry Wives of Windsor," which opened yesterday at trains. Alabama lawmen When asked how long he had e

like TO degree reading at I a.m. Data slipped' more through church services on Sun Stetson Univeriity'i Stover Theatre. The production wanted to question Rosecrans been swimming Wally replied

to the 3Q's tonight. than 1.Airlines. day.Parents directed by Bruce Griffiths, will be presented at 8 p.m. Three Shots about the Sept. 15 bombing of "Gee, I guess I can't remember

The term turned Milwauke took the worst beatIng may register beginning today, tomorrow and Saturday. Tickets, available only the Uth Street, Baptist Church. when I couldn't swim but I
aid Detroit Into danger areas will ran AM, l the theatre box have been In with
for be obtained through never my
meet members of the today, may (C.flttau.4 tnm Pan One) killed by the
may ad school were
during the early morning Delta, and Eastern off 1 to tMints. Staff Photo Sunday clothes and shoe on before, I
office until sold out. Sun News )
) (
hears. p Wheeling slipped a ministration at a coffee hour at :Ruby and said, "1 think you blast and Rosecrsns has admitted didn't have time to think about

High winds howling through large fraction In a mixed' steel 1:30 In the Faculty Lounge of killed him." being In Alabama at the that.

through the Milwaukee streets the Stetson Union "He said 'I Intended to time of that bombing. Wally i* a sixth.grader at
bunt the plat windows of tilt Motors were narrowly mixed. Friday evening's schedule Includes Homestead Obituaries shoot him three times'," Archer Sheriff Bailey said he had Pierson Elementary School and

Belmont Hotel coffee shop Ulled and DuPont were off a Hootenanny folk music testified.All "nothing concrete" linking Rose- has played two years of Little

spraying customers with (1.... about 1 and 114, respectively, In show at T.M: ; the opera" "The but one of the eight men League baseball. He said lit

Eight were Injured. the chemicals. Abbott slipped Marry Wives of Windsor, 'Jointly Exemption. Dftugharty Services and four women on the Jury was interested In playing baseball .
produced by the School of either live telecastor
\ Wind damage was extensive more than 1 la the drugs General have seen a RoadProjectList basketball and football la
throughout the city and It war Foods and Quaker Oats Moats and Stover Theatre at the Funeral services for Hardle R. a rerun of the shooting of high school and added he en-
theatre at I, and a movie It 1.30la : the accused assassin
folWwed up with heavy snows lost about 1 and 14! respectively the Union. Supported Daugharty 73, Perkins Highway 'joys hunting; and fishing. He
which doted highways aid 2 The film would be a postscript said he to follow In hit
In the foods. Wesco who died Tuesday will be at AdoptedFor hopes
schools and tied up traffic 1 dropped approximately a point (CftntltnM tram Pie* On*) pm. Friday In the A.Jen-Swn. to the eywltness testimony brother's footsteps who has
throughout southeast Wisconsin. In the finance section on lower A speech by Stetson PresidentJ. merlll Memorial Chapel with Elder of detectives who were played all three sports at Tay
Ollle Edmunds will be the exempt property owners too, Johnson shackled to Oswald at the time. lor in
J. D. officiating. High past season Craig
earnings. Volusia
to declared. .
Saturday highlight at noon In the The prosecution said It wanted
The winds hit M miles per American Telephone, rerklnElmer Burial will be In Oakdale graduates In JUlie.Kenny' .
Bailey explained that the 19(3"just
Elizabeth Hall auditorium Parents to end Its case at midday. mother
Corning Glass, Standard Cemetery. yesterday wai
and students will also hear value" law pained by the Active pallbearers will be "Hell there's no use prolong- (Continual from pa,. On.) full of praise and gratitude for
Brands U.S. Gypsum Polaroid
Meet Slated General American Transportation from Donald E. Eppert of Rock.ledge legislature gives the tax values.It assessor Prentice Clifton T L. O'Qulnn. big this thing," A Sit. Dist sect with Interstate 1-95 and the heroic deed that saved her tson's
to Increase
chairman of th* Parents' authority William F. Alexander
and U.S. Rubber' declined bodies Herbert Anderson Sherman Clifton Atty. U.S. 1. This would provide a life. "I don't know what
also that taxing
Committee of the University's says Dave Murphy and Bert Clifton said. West Volusla access road to the I would have done if we had
Pierson OnContract 1 or more. which has Development Council and from shall reduce their' millages a Honorary pallbearers will J R. Leavelle, the detective Cape Kennedy area. lost him" the said as she held ,

lII'/'IItllI.1t1l\4. reported Dr. W Hugh McEnlry Jr., dean corresponding amount. be Monso Tatum Murray Sams handcuffed to Oswald's right The construction and maintenance her two smaller daughters. She e

1"' higher earnings, favnrabl of the University "But" Bailey said, "it also Rodney Thursby, Sam R. Dr.,. hand testified Wednesday that of the county road from also has two grown sons.

dividend action and a proposed Parents nay visit classes says that if a taxing agency. gors John Socaih Jell Mathas "not more than a minute" after Enterprise to Benson Springs "I've just got to do somethingfor

2 tor-1 stock split movedup while they are In session Saturday need more money It can Increase Norman Smith Elmer Tedder the shot war fired he Junction was also listed for the that boy (Wally) or give him
about 1. Coca-Cola Bottling morning and may have coffe It* mlllage 10 per cent beard "
Cecil Powell and Victor Foun Ruby say: second time. something, Mrs. Brown said
and Heward Johnson tacked on with faculty members from and it can apply for another toper "I the of bitch of the Nova Road
N I J. Frank Roestl, tain. hope son a Four-laning u she smiled through her tears
of the Florida Power at least 1 apiece, to 11 In the Faculty Lounge A cent Increase. It can do this dies" from Its Intersection with U.S. 1 of appreciation.
} lunch will be held In the Stetson until 1970." He clear that Leavelle's story a planned! north of Ormond Beach south to
DeLand. will be present Albert II EdwardsAlbert
Pierson At 11.$7: a.m. Stocks con Union at I'll: taxing bodies could despite increase motion picture rerun of the its Intersection with S. R. 5 at
dog At Monday tinued narrowly nixed for tile ART DISPLAY In assessed valuation, televised and : Harbor Oaks construction of To'moka Kidnap TrialIs
t questions about a pro- Henry Edwards, S6, slaying testimony ;
most part in continued relativity A series of Chagall prints interpreting each year raise their mlllage
sOchime with the firm. DcLeon Springs Mobil Home expected today by apollc e captain Farms Road from Sopot.nick' -
11IA.11 Ashcraft. Plcrsoa quiet dealings. tilt Bible may be 20 per cent If they could justly Park died this morning at 1:05: who claim Ruby: said Corner to the Intersection Continued
U S !Smelting! was 100' off % Viewed In the Elizabeth Hill art the reeds.
nounctd today that the ; at West Volusla Memorial Hospital "You don't think I was going ol S. R. 41S. and construction of
will be held at I pm. Mont. Ward! ttft up Vi; Ferd gallery and In the Union Also on IONFFJIENCOIKWS rAt where he had been a patient to let him get away with It, do AlA south from Turtle Mound to
Community! Build SSTs up "i i; Gen. Motors Sift I display Is an exhibit of African an assessors' conference In I for two hour you?" were main points In the county line again were listed LOS ANGELES (UPI The

that a copy of the off 35.std. sculpture In Sampson library. Tallahassee last winter Baileysaid A winter visitor to DeLeon the atate's plea for the death as the main East Coast secondary Frank Sinatra Jr. kidnapingtrial

franchise will be available for Oil of N J S1H off ,Ui; Open houses for the GUlenpl that six assessors who had Springs for five years, he had penalty road projects.Marshall was marked today by a

!those who wish to read It. Xerox MX up tfi Wtstinghous Museum of Minerals the Rice undergone reappraisals, laid been visiting Mr. and Mrs. The gimlet-eyed thin faced theatrical touch left by a

GAIN NOTED< Else 35 oft Hi I Atchlsen 21H Planetarium sororities andmen's they would not go through It Charles E. Williams. He was a relentless Alexander, a prosecutor ] StorySet shapely young actress clad Inan

Ashcraft urging all citizens ofPlerson unch.Intersoll. and women's residence sgaln. The mlllage rates did not lineman for the Port AuthorityAt noted In Texas for his "Annie Oakley" western

to attend the meeting, Rand MAY up 1%) halls are m the Saturday after come down correspondingly: to Sault St. Marie, Ontario rapier methodology In court Players costume and carrying a toyIUn.

laid that by having a franchise Erin C% off Hi Chrysler! 42% noon agenda the Increases and the overall tax Canada He was born Sept. 9, has been running the questionIng .
unch. U.,8 Steel M off Vi. A Stetson Band concert is bills for most everyone were in Codefendant John William Irwin
with the Flertda Power Corp. 190T.He of witnesses with Dlst. Six newcomers to the stag of
would result In a rebate 6f ap On the Amtrlcan ZxehangeSvntei scheduled from S to 5:301n frontof creased. 1 III survived by his wife Atty. Henry M. Wade at his the Shoestring Theatre will appear 43.year old house painter

proximately $ OO annually to tile was MVi up IMi: the Stetson Union and dinner Without Identifying the DeBary Mrs Marjorie Edwards, De- side u mastermind. In the DeLand Players' up. was scheduled to undergo fur
tOWB. % up U: Molybdenum nth! will be served in the Commons properties Bailey gave some Leon Spring coming production of "A :Man ther cross.examination today
and 2 (mm 4,41: to 1:15.: examples! of the Increase In taxesIf Lanktord Funeral Home is In late
Power presently It supplied by off H Cd unch. Called Peter" by Catherine Mar. but he was almost forgotten
the Florida Power Corp., but "The" Merry Wives of Wind. the assessed valuations were charge of arrangements. Hearing Set shall Wednesday because of the presmence
not under a franchise agreenieat Marl-els no' Is again on the boards at raised to 70 per cent. One property The play to be presented of raven.haired Vickl London
Egg Stover Theatre it I -
AaBcraft said that thiflrra Saturday paying $73 would Increaseto Fraser Services March 19, 20 and 21 will be directed a defense witness.
under a franchise, would JAOKliNVIkLB evening, and fraternities hold gill taxes, and another paying I For by L D. Harrison. Defendants in addition to Irwin -

pay; a fee of two per cent of the >..rtmi n.ri.* E|* Market open houses from I to midnight. $138 would go to $.109. Funeral service for Mrs. IdaF. I SuspectsThree The cast will Include Larry in the federal trial

annual charge I fnc. t. a.i.ll.r., Oartoxittirt Bailey contended that the mosey Fraser 80 600 S. Florida Sands Chauna Flnitad. W. P. are Barry Worthington Keenan

During\ a Question and Answer Lars .........__._V4 .4iMMily 1 Wreck Violin'sCbnditipn'Fair' needed for the taxing agencies Av*., who died Wednesday will Negroes< from Sanford Oaten Lou Lyman Ruth Blatt a salesman, and Joseph Clyde

period, all residents will be Invited _. _.........._... ..tT' would come from the' "na be at 3.30: p.m. Friday In theAllen charged with the brutal beatingof Gloria Flnstad Pamela Postle Amulet a onetime amateur
to vole their opinions on te58r-..-..-_.-.......= |P./& tural growth" In the county. He -Summerhlll Memorial Chapel a produce market employe at and Marguerite Skillman.;( boxer and professional skin*
lie franchise Issue, Attics II.'u". '. _....._.r"til .a! pointed out that the retired peo- with the Rev. George B. Me- DeLand Feb. 28 were scheduledfor Newcomers to be seen. In the diver both 23.
10/.11, _.... _
tall ... ..._... :: :r : aril-li pit were an Important part of Garvey and the Rev. Joseph preliminary hearings( today play are Ruth Glenn Bin Ottin- The defense claims the kid
wise nay. ai hrmii lrrfais; Herbert L Douglan, DeLand the economic wealth of the coun Beck officiating. before Peace Justice Horace get Kola Flnstad. day Flnstad, naping was a 'publicity stunt"

,,Probation Set resident seriously! Injured early ty. He said that shopping centers Burial will be la DeLaad Memorial Helry of the fourth district. Jack Polntlnger and Jeff Sands. staged with young Sinatra's
when hit and businesses which pay taxes Gardens The Negroes Robert BarUn. has
yesterday morning car consent a contention he
CeuM vL.
For Ex-Reicfent l ....CN1 crashed! Into a utility pole, Is are constructed to serve them. 20; Curtis Polity, 20. and Jeff No Remedy Seen denied under oath.
tltr lirt .. Indirectly, he said the customer Davis M were arrested Feb.
:: :- :::: n :: In "fair" condition today at Geho Services Miss London, 19. who gave
JACKSONVILLE: : A former\ iI.u.< s ... .....- ---.1 i; Halifax Hospital la Daytona pays the taxes on the commercial 28 bonds and for placed under $10,000 the Over FEC Taxes her true name Victoria Binmenfcld. -
: allegedly robbing
"mall Beach. property, Funeral services for William to the
DeLand resident. Vernon Le* ;.' frii* Vtludk Hl-Wsy Curb Market 1301 N. was
Hrchot. J7, has been placed on Poultry mini Aunt Douglass, 13: who lives at 135 ArTLArsE!: NOTED H. Geho. n, Orange City Mobile Boulevard. MIAMI ttTI: ) Miami City stand by defense attorney

five yean probation for attempt- N, Sheridan\ Ave., was found In Bailey was applauded several Homes Park who died Wednesday Frank Gray, 73 employe at Attorney John R. Barrett said Gladys Tonics Root to testify
lag to rob the Florida National his wrecked car about (:.30 a m. times when he stressed that he will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow the market beatenIn Wednesday the city had no Immediate about two mysterious telephone
was severely
Bask of Arlington her last May The accident reportedly happened would preserve homestead exemption. in the Chapel of Memories of the He hospital- legal remedy to collect calls) the actress laid she re
robbery. was
KENNEDYCQIN between I and 1 a,m. on He was Introduced by Lankford Funeral Home with lied with head and shoulder Injuries two years of back taxes I. ceived following the Dec S kid

U.For the first three years et old New York Av... three. mile Darwin Bruce, president of the Pastor Charles E. Jacobsoa of Inflicted! by the robbers owed by the strikebound Florida naping of young Sinatra from

his probationary period KlrchoJ SET west of DeLaad. club Faith Lutheran Church officiat who took S130 from the cash East Coast Railway i. a Lake Tahoe motel.

who pleaded guilty to the chart. The Injured man war taken to Members got Into a spirited ing.Burial register. The FEC has refused to pay She said khe heard a "young)
Mil be supervised by probatloi Fish Memorial Hospital At noon discussion over the appointment will be In DeLand Memorial Cray told law officers two a total of ni7.931M In taxes I I voice" In the background of tat

Officers, the court directed.MeCallum FOR BANKS yesterday Mi condition wasdescribed of the_new postmaster! Joe Bren Carden.Pallbearers men came Into the all night market owed to Miami for 196243 ISo I I first caD made by what she **.
I tl very serious. H.* act Several club members protested win be C L. MeFadden. about 3 a.m. and made a punchase aesantesn. but ha* offered the sumed was "an elder man"

Qualifies WASHINGTON (UPI was transferred yesterday alt... that the club officials A. Boom M. Duane request A* Gray startedto city tax checks for smaller but .M was unable to say definitely .
soon to the Daytoaa Beach were not consulted en the naming back, L. Fash. It. Evtmt and that the background
Th John P. Kennedy fill the order ha was struck amounts.
:John F. McCaUum.: M t t- lilt dollar will be dlatrl aeipital. of a candidate te fill the va E. Cniaskakcr.Mr repeatedly oa the head and vole was that of young

Land, yesterday afunooa quail-! bated' by local batkl wart- easy The recommendation tor shoulders. Sinatra.

fled to seek tile Democratic aomiaatfoa lag March :*. $210 Set the appointment was mad by \ *. Selma E. Jones According to Volusla County HOOTSERVICE She received the first can m
for the District 1 county' The Bureau. of the Mint Damage the Democratic I'rtdal'0Irft.- Sheriff Rodney B. Thursby, two STATION Dee t, she said and advised

ComRkUsloa office. announced Widaeaday that mltteemen and women. Mr. Selma EmUy: Jones 70 of the Negroes admitted to robbing both Reno :I.,., police and local

McCaUum: make the fourth the new coin bearing allktneat In City Accident Bruce announced that all 123 S. Boulevard a resident of a service station ta Orange police that she was told the

Democrat> : to seek the nomination. of tile late President Democratic candidate will be bUnd for n years, died at her dry last Dec. 22. The station' young singer was unharmed.

J. Walter Nor d a a a.,' would be put I II circulation Damage U a coW Invited to speak at the April 1 home at 4 arm today. two attendants. Joha D. Fisher,

James L, (Jim) Oxyner and L. through total hank sea at 4pm, yesterday war meeting at the FlrthouM. Bora Jan. IT 18M. la Brook 18. lid Warner Cochran. 20 Theme Is Set
L. (Line) Jacob qualified TuHoday. N.Y. aha Is survived by her
only. It said city banks $310 according to DeLand po lyn. were slugged by the robber
the opening day. Hubert should have |It on March husband Dr. William\ W Jones,

Jacobs Republican, also qualified :to 'bIIt some amaU town lice.The accident\ happened at N. ,Milk\ Commission DeLaad. Funds Are SoughtFor For Carnival
tile Brat day Whoever gains Lankford Funeral Home b to
., fcatU might not gt the Boulevard end Minnesota Av*.
the Democratic nomination will face Hu lathe cola until a day or M i Police said a car drivel by Betty Mulls\ Court Rule charge of arrangements. Ag Building Tae grounds of George Mark

May primaries U the later. N. H..... Star Rt. J, DeLand. School win be turned Into a
bert Jacobs, Republican. kit the rear et a truck. The Airs. Maggie L. TrtnsueMr miniature "Slx November general election. ORLANDO (UPIWrho State The seed of land and a bund- Territory"when
James a Taylor. Pac Justice truck'' driver was Albert H. MIlk Oommissloa met Main today tog for a meeting place Saw WE the school's PTC stages
CM. 1110 W Beresford Ave Maggie L. Traasue. TL a Its annual
District 5, Plersoa also County Wildfires hoping to determine the agricultural\ groups was presented GIVE spring carnival oa
There were M Injuries. resident of Ptersoa for 25 years April 11.Burlelgh.
qualified yesterday lot reeleelion. elects of a U.S. Supreme Court to the Volvuia County CoremlMkwers -
the Cos died early this morning at her
According to report. Hale chairman, said
AcresA derision Its floors and today
Burn 179. on price
had stopped for a stop light.Brakes home there. that variety of WfItft'IwID prop
Ran executive
oa live Haw**' vehicle reportedly other regulations She wai bora Sept. 11. manager be needed to complete the
total of 17* acres of woodland failed and k crashed The commlMloa began the' Mcbolaa Ga. of the DeLand Chamber ofCommerce '
lit4il9 decorations and he la asking for
j, bi. advteed commission-
full ,
meeting Wdneday as a
burned yesterday afternoon Irate the rear ol the track. Survivor ladude her hua- dowttona from area reaIdea .
,.,. II.... talty sail ......... ta Volusla County; the Florida review of hi regulation bud Ira Traasue. Pieraon: two era that a letter had been sent Anyone wining to donate items
N.. t..... $>>y. July ,eurtLwbiw.4r Fortit Service reported today .alrewnn : The Supreme Court ruled In son. Ira C. Traasue of Winter ta Lee Maxwell, president of
that win lit Into the wetter
auart 0a. a Peiuacola case that the commlsataa th*> Voluala County Fair As.
Je Two wildfires\ west of Allea- Haven aad Jam** E. Traasue of theme U asked to contact Hala|
"'._11' dale 'buried in dens betweei11.M DtUndMwwriil may let discriminate Marietta. Ga., three slaughter. soclaOca. eneeuragiaf the board Mel On. publicity ehaimaa. or

;.1"" .- : a.m. aad I .... The agaiaat eet-0t. .sate milk ,paw bits Abate F r< el ILad. el director te place the curreat .Bee 1 Smith, principal
,sell Gardens fair funds\ with the eomraiaatoa.
c ,'.tat. uJw. Mans were feufht by fsur FTS dvr.n Mrs YUla Week *f Melbourne Items basted should be be-
.:-. P.rP I., 3au.arm. crews assisted by the Pert sad Members at tae commisstta a4 Mr*. L. WUsoa *f SMIle; Han asked that If the foaxU\ ge4 with tile owners sash a*

... wales. YIN Oran|* Fin Department.As agreed at the outset with Caalr- JJ grandckildm. and >21 greatiraadrsjIMrra are presented to the cemmls-. FTC officials can return then
Giwrtl II... L 3t wildfire behind MausoleumMiSMWMi man C. O. Andrews Jr. that the sloe that the agriculture commltte
.... *<' .. elc".am I Bale said that twit members
Jt.ltw.i.Ia..I..J-.,.. .... '_. ruling need only ta apply tM lachars ol the cole b* gtve ..YtFrierson's-
Jee .. III .01. << the General Electric plant la AOra SwranrrhilL I**.. U .. at the Slx-Gua Territory
,. "' Spies New the M outline th* troop
I' 15 broke out at pine refutatloa c.; out-olalat* .
Daytona teach fit rir ia.
Jo.. H. FWTT AwioeUlM, W. Avsltakl arraag tmlMlag afrts and th* slag .* at Silver Spring, expert ta HM
Terk I*, N I, Br..<* and was extinguished at milk a* II doe on tVrkla milk "
:m1..N': t : ; 1.03 Two FKS rrews were C* ,"to Perpetual Car thereby leaving its bulk of Its { zEltWe the wre t fair lurk for agricultural art of wmtrra shootouts will
..1J.fItIP1'IONATE" I p.m. education' arthltle the attend th* carnival la at&fiuu,
1111' CUTI.r 0.. ,..... .,....: tin subbed In battling the fire by 'MunicmronivLPieai refutation rhantd. i two short wettcrn movie C .H
nwitki 111 li 'Taril n *ik I* ta; Mont I Don n salt year around
recommendations brim
Halifax and the
4na .:. ; SI.l l Oa..set: *"<: both the Oaf 7JU J4 the I GUP"I fl'L Dean B hot LUI Commiatioaer filed the fettir On ill* be ,how* and a van 't. of otter
tons Beach! Fire Departments.Cause were lilt "wpinlIta
By m < : OM I
I a being
I n. at"U -mr activity pUaaed
mosses. II*.!*, ,J. i wW SlSkM I of tie fir I Ia ualnown. I price regvJatioaa, Wei without comment.lyv
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Rocky Rips Into Barry U'lorlaaOntJt jg Newspapers'Consumed' .

I CONOORD, N.H. UPD-Cov. strongest stand on civil rights r
Kelson A. Rockefeller says the and the race problem, ". subject
American veters must be protected that transcends all the specific .
from Sen Barry GoHwater's issues we've
discussed la 1} OUIUS WATttMANBustinf
"rash IrreeponslMltt this primary." .
With the tint.In.the.natlonpresidential "In three agonizing years wt By Johnson \i I Ir

primary only five. have come to the point where ; 4 rnovinf whitetail! buck spooked by dogs Is one ot the
I days off Rockefeller Interrupted many of our citizens citiieni trickiest bits of shooting I can think of.
Ms campaign today to fly of all races accept as nor When you are posted at an old sand road for example, with
to New York for the funeral of mal the use of riots, demonstrations heavy brush on both sides and told Just where the deer Is likely By BRICK RIOSSAT
Mrs. Robert F. Wagner, wife of boycotts, violence, to sees, at first think you have It Washington CernwpnsdeatWASNLYGTON |
the mayor. civil disobedience as an approach A few minutes later you are. not so sure. You suddenly rtsites \ kft Hi was to return later today to serious national the doggoned\ deer could cross your little opening In two long jumps President Lynda Johnson's way
for visits to Portsmouth and problems" he told a rally at and U that length of time you are supposed to Identify It as a buck with the printed word Is something
j Dover. Coldwater campaigned Keene draw a bead and touch off a fatal shot you still can't find agreement
In the southern part of the "All the tint talk of settlingthe In my case, these thoughts leave me In urgent need' cf a tran- on even after. a quarterof .:
tte today and was to attend racial Issue with new laws' qulllzer and on at least one occasion I was relieved to see that the a year In office w
t gala torchlight parade and cannot obscure the brutal fact deer was a doe. If It had bees buck I couldn't have hit It
a anyway There are those among Ms WHY NOT A riPE, LUVT Her are four Enftlshwomra who anal at all concerns .
rally to Manchester.The that It Is being fought out and I had a morbid fear of havIng Ides
and friends who Insist heIs about the dangers of djirttts awaking .m been pipe cookers for some time. VSit.
New York chief. execu- not settled In the streets the tail of) my new. wool shirt more. a listener than a reader Newman (pen). own a pub in Wulay. >Essex. J Jllr cuitoman are nurse at a local fcowltaL
the Wednesday turned loose "I charge that those who amputated by gleeful and scornful Yet some who deal with him ---- .--.-- ----- -- -.-- -
hU sharpest attack against both take either side of this cause! friends most he prefers to see
Goldwater and the Johnson ad Into the streets in violation of I things In writing, and will plow fat 1 BOAHO mOlttAJ SUN NEWS THURSDAY, MAR S, 1,,4CONGRESS Skeleton Found;
ministration.ANSWERS. the law, dishonor their came This Is to be some elemental' through an Incredible amount ol
default their leadership and de. dope about drrr hunting with 1 I .
written material
CHARGE fame their nation." dogs Experienced Florida sky:, aala nla al Mother Is Held
In I I
answer to a Goldwater i One who puts the PresidentIn
hunters will consider It a bit
Charge: that the voter mu given "a choice, not an echo"In Troops To Leave childish but many folks interested adds that he has '1... Idle J IN ACTION I MIAMI (UPI1-Mrs. Frances
the presidential election In outdoor sport have no IlItl'llfI'C'tuallrll lty and doesless Jacqueline Clrnat, 40, was held
KAMPALA understanding of dog hunting on a first degree murder charge
Rockefeller laid: Uganda (UFD)- reading for Its own Saks"than
I "In this November's election British troops brought Into The Florida Game & Fmh the late John F. Kennedy today pending action by Sas
I the American Uganda during last month'sabortive Water Fish Commission will hold Francisco authorities who Fund
. people should not Work Continues On Bill
. have to choose between the army mutiny will return meetings over the state for the COMMENTS OF THIS ORDER the skeleton of her Infant daughter .
to Kenya next Monday, next few weeks for the purposeof In a suitcase In aa stile
Democratic administration's depressing feed the notion that Johnsonreads
s discussing hunting and fishing Investigators !here said the
record of world wide Premier' Milton Ohote said to, .
hard and
long on
He said "the regulations. woman, who has been raising
day. situation
failure on the hand and I
alternative of one rash an her no longer require! their One subject Is likely to be dog of importance which WASHINGTON UPD-Back-) President Richard M. Nixon her /-year.old son while living
Irresponsi presence." hunting of deer. com before him and stops in of the administration' appears before the Senate, constitutions with a family here and caring
bility the
on other
It hen frequently been proposed right there. wheat.cotton: bill labored today amendments subcommittee i for their. three children, admit
I He charged the Kennedy. that certain sress be This seems In be the way Ms In knock down' all proposed to urge prompt action\ ted leaving her daughter, Yvesne. .
Johnson administration with closed to dog hunting for the first mind works Says an associate changes In the controversial on legislation' to deal with the .10 months, in the stile of
"global Ineptitude and incredible SUDSYIF few days of the season to allow measure to avoid upsetting the situation created when a president the San Francisco hone.
Indecision" during the put still hunters to walk the woods 'The moment a problem Is delicate balance of compromises dies or is disabled Former She told police the baby died
three and one half years. without Interference j" past, all the Presidents brain which have built support President Dwight D. Elsenhower : after an accidental\ fall. The
This record, he said Included NOT cells zero In on the next one, for the programs in a letter to skeleton of the child was tensed
the conversion of Cuba Into Most dog hunters have no onJmion with almost frightening Intensity" Senate Democratic leaders subcommittee Chairman Birch by the current residents, of the
a Communist military base SPICY to thin except that It worked to round) tip enough E. Bajh, tVlnd", said the line house last week and police bee
making a shambles of the Mon. would be a foot.In.the.door and .tt ANNOYS FRIIMI; votes to kill a beef Import quoa of succession should revert to ran tracing a string of earlier
roe Doctrine, an Alliance For might lead. to misguided prohibition This the pre-1947 sjstem whtdh I tenants.
MIAMI and stress os his being '1.rtll'n \ amendment, sponsored by
Progress that has failed to get (UPD-Mr. placed the of state
of dog hunting. secretary
reader" annoys one Sen. Roman l" Hruska. R Neb.,
flU the ground, construction of dean went to federalcourt well to next In line after the vice ,.
Along that line friend however who sees In It which would Jeopardize the !pres A VS. congressman ,*
the Berlin wall and disarray In this week in an effortto look at dog hunting of deer and the converse Idea that he Is farm bill. !drill At present, the speaker of Is elected by the voters of the
!Iron out
If not
the North Atlantic Alliance spicy, triangle.Proctor a sudsy. ]just how It works In most partsof 'not an Intellectual." Both sides In the struggle" the House ranks third. entire state.
Southeast Asia also Is In danger
I, Florida But Johnson himself conceded the vole would b* lorksi The House called up
and Gamble evidentlyhas
of being lost, hI'.dded. The phrase "running deer was approved' by the House Agriculture
makers of Mr, Clean and IXKi AM HINTIR; fretted. at times over wherehe .. close on the cattle stste pmpnnal. the administration's proposal to
Mrs. Clean, two cleansingagents with dogs" gives a wrong Impression deer combination In Ssutli stands in the scale, of hut Senate Pomocratlc Whip II'a temporary tax onforeign Committee requiringslate
It sounds as if the doge and local governments to
SeesLeaderLack Hubert II. Humphiey. Minn., stocks and bonds aml'.lure
that thing
, Barry charged a were on the deer's heels and put up 80 per cent cf the cost
warned the wheat bill which Its supporters
Misrni firm is selling a kill It, Actually indicates the Importance of dogs A MAN WHO CAN tOOK cotton
to catch and of the
Mm, Ween" product likely the In hunter success In some tjpci BACK on nearly two dwades of would never become law If it claim already. has been a Dunning
In most cases dogs .
Included Hruska's amendment, success without eyed being
which Is a "colorable of terrain assorlntlon with him says that
the deer
t. imitation" Into merely trail and where more It can be when he moved from the House III' implied that President enacted. The .tat was proposed Make Year Hems
an area Johnson mlht10 the bill bft- last summer by the late
Prtictor and Gamble to the Senate II years ago he WARMER IN WINTER
KEENS!: : N. H. (urn) Zen asked federal court to enJoin shot by stsnders. Deer and are seldomrun rarely HE COULDN'TGO wondered. how with his teacher cause of Its potential effects on\ President J Barry Coldwater Wednesday the Canaveral Chemi- caught ,by dogs college background he US. trade liberalization' policies. means, of easing the balanced COOLER IN SUMMER
night charged the administrate cal Corp. from further Into would when a An deer exception that would fit In with colleagues. who of payments deficit Spend) frits-Full.

with a lack of moral leadership sales of "Mrs. JOHn," to had been traveling ahead of dogs 'mom: regularly spouted from the clan Humphrey was reported con Vend hamper Supporters ol 3" Fiberglass
In the civil rights battle order the product with- substitute President Johnson's food stamp
for some time should then encounter alma sides ing a possible
and predicted more violence drawn from the shelves, a fresh park but this Is AGAIN "After. about four months," : for the Hruska amendment bill were confident" they could Insulation V.' 5 if
sad government Intervention. and force Canaveral to unusual. says this man "the President which would direct the administration knock out an amendment they .,
"I charge that an administration give\ up aU profits from the found that he was Just aboutas In explore the possibility said threatened the progrsm.
that stands mute in the ..1... The conclusion Is that dog CINCINNATI, Ohio classical ai he needed) to of further limitation el The proposal to expand the \ Conrad' Lumber Co,
face of such violence Is guilty A ruling will be made hunting of deer in most Florida (IUrltVaU..r II.", be.H beef ImpnrU but not make It f toed stamp program was
I of cynical default In the exercise later burger 41. charted with RMlckisasAtL.Delawsrorhea
areas I. neither unsportsmsultke U be, }N Kit f\ilj) muter. ei the mandatory sstvsied from the 1'11.1.11'1'f'Ir4 I
of its mponsibilltlpd," nor too destructive of deer. Biologists being drunk, this week daisies, neither. obviously Other congressional ntwstSuttftulmii "" \ Wednesday but a I 114-4434 i iI
the Arizona conservative said say we have no shortage give the city jail as his I I* he simply s dogged reader Former Vice cop sponiwed' amendment t I
As the March 10 presidential First U.S. president born in of deer anyway. address when ht,. appearedIn of staff, memoranda' and official J
primary battle reached the the United States after the adoption Any opposition to dog hunting police court. documents. I I
stretch, Coldwater of the U.S. Constitution He told Judge WUlUm
bens wss In Florida terrain is likely to be Aid George Reedy says Johnson .
Wednesday night took his William Henry Harrison. from persons who have huntedin Keating he was released has read Just about every
Sunday after serving a 30
areas where dogs are notneeded. known has
work that anythingto
also for drunkenness
day term,
Of course, there' are
do with Texas history and
some such areas In Florida. Kestlng found I EVERY FIT GUARANTEED
llJltlc.. Including the lives of
Hern burger guilty, but Imposed
For many Florida deer hunt.era
suck heroes as Sam Houston
the training and performance no penalty and Stephen Au.tlnlna of the PERFECT!
of dogs Is a major part of Texas, republic:' chief found ,\ I
the sport. Naturally they Jealously ers.

guard their right to ,use Court: Suit FiledOver'Reshuffle' Other Johnson heroes are the best '' .
them. Andrew Jackson and Daniel

Webster He enjojs American
There are areas. in the country dressedbunnies e
biography and !history, and devours '
where Immediately hunting' dogs Jump would deer almost MIAMI (UP) With a U.S. any book he can find /Inl'Unt I. e :
Court to show politics. In the forHgn
Supreme ruling
and be running them in
SCARIFIED BAHIA SEED terrain by sight. This could open be the way four Floridians filed a field, a favorite of Ms Is British
Federal Writer Barbara Ward '
and suit In Court here Tuesday wear
unsportsmanlike tough on '
Arltlltl..1. Pe eseesl.ReU .. 2 9/ the deer population.At challenging\ the'. apportionment NEWSPAPERS MANY NEWS In iMrr.m
7 5) the same time the average of the .t.I. U congressional stsfgering
L1. ...4OL. gunner who> comes from such aa districts. volume, starting at 1.30: or *tIn
area would find It well sigh, Impossible The suit, similar to a ReorgUchallenge the morning. Those who

J-Pieta 3-Web Alesstoem-SettM eel S ChI,. to root out a Florida recently backed by thought they "would. never sea
whitetail without canine help the nation's, high bench, claims another tint tooth comb newspaper
especially If he !bunted some of that the present district boundaries reader like Kennedy have
Furniture Set A: $1295 the thicker cover.: dont give\ Florida voters had! to think .,.111. One of the : ,
So most arguments about dog equal representation within the While House staff says:

bunting are based on mutual states congressional delegation. "The new President not only LAjsOftATOXY '. '
A tnmO L '
lames misunderstanding. The anti was filed by Reps. reads IVPrflewapap'r he ran TOTTD : ,
The successful hunting of FlorMa Xdmond J. Cong and Mrs Max- get his hands on. He reads
Lawn Rakes 9fr deer with dngs Is ese of the Ice Baker of Dade County every edition"Johesen
..?.*. most highly skilled of hunting (IMlamlb) and housewives Mrs. has already oVmonstrated. new

spats usually requiring' all Jo>cs Ann Griffin of Fort ion that he "Is st least
Tier Odle knowledge of terrain and the Lauderdale and Mrs. Bunt' ss sensitive a was Kennedy to Easter
habits of "moved" deer 0.Kruae of Miami rrlflrtsm or erroneous accounts
fShoveIiRakeiHoes"tt.SJOIl.o9 The Georgia suit raised a furor ft his activities which he finds shoes ;
Along this line It', well to note ta Washington with manyepponeta In those papers I
that a large percentage of those saying It would create A few aides think that Ifasythlng J ,
who hunt successfully without havoc In moat states which are th. Preld' dngs tin deer that have been apportioned. hard la his sew |oh reads TneyTl hop tot* Eater with a3! Ik* Nor of( )',*t ItefeUl
Bird Seed %: 55' J put up flit caused' t* trawl by Named defendants were Co. 'nit much heavy, official stuff.
someone else's dogs JttrtsP M Farrts Bryant, Secretary of They suggest he palm some of 'wearing Acrobat: dellehtful raw .tyl* These titled '
far away that tile haM never Stale Tom Adams, Slate Alty.Gen. it off on them bund
31-Inch Cst Irlffi, t Strsrhin beVse even bears ..... This Is M discredit James Kynes and Comptroller They'd like nothing better In a JiTtofl laboratory for quality! and comfort vr \

to the dogjees boater but Ray E. Green. thai to hear that the improbable uparlet bi wry way. You wfl. tea ChooM ..!ry ') ,
Mower &s $4950 Also named as defendants In Ian firming, British spy
s.tnr rlNegro the suit were county' commissioners gory writer enjoyed by Knndy ... from the wide rang ol colon and 'Jilt! plctI. / $

ol Dade and) Browsrdceunttee bad been totalled again at
c.n Ierd Aprered I News who set sp election the presidential bedside a* 1 M vary low. ;

JII'fM'f'durtt.' change of pens<<
'SS .
Boat Cushions gal $2.89 Barbecue Planned __ fifUfMf.Ke

Aa eak-eoal barbecue will he lUSCOH PRODUCTS ARRIVE I IN I DELANO! '

SeRa'dau sold la the yard ef Mr. and Mrs. '
lareece Idles Vftorhla Ave, TRY THE BIG 8's

Casting Rods '" $i498! ; Saturday Metbodlst lot the beeeflt Cburcfc.*f tbeHer. fttoeaa's b

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r.** 4 oEum (flORIDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, MAL I, W4 I r 'IItC! New Members\ WW-1
Garden Leaves i Volusia ,

;: ii i iI Welcomed At Men liiService Holds I Installation

I LPN Services At Meet
''f} X1Women I i Meeting ,

v Kay Freedw new member Mrs Cnarlee. E. Keeian! was
fULDRED BUNTER Editor and Sally Anbb prospective new Installed as senior\ vice presidentof

member were welcomed at l last usa LITTLE ROCK (FflTNC) the Ladies Auxiliary to (the
i l night' meeting of the Licensed William M. Letford"seaman, Veterans of World War one.
Miss Bunker Receives Practical Nurses Dlv 29. The USN ion of Mrs. Katherine Let Barracks 484 at Its meeting last
Candy croup met In the Cafeteria at ford 1% N. Spring! Garden Ave. night in the American Legion
West VoliMta Memorial Hospital. Is serving' aboard the guided Pout home Other officers\ in

Science A report was given on the missile cruiser USS Little Rock stalled were Mrs E G. PeVore,
Recognition Paper Charity Fund raining project by operating out of Norfolk Va. and Mrs. Charles C. Humes,

Vlone Baibe Ruth Howard Little Rock Is presently engaged color bearers, and Mrs. Willis

e chairman of private duty committee In exercises off the Vlr Curl, patriotic Instructor Mrs,
'Tandy Bunker li daughter offjol yt; led discussion on a reg glnla Coast. She will sail for the E. L, Kelley a past district presf.

I. and Mn. Eugene Bunker r aIry Caribbean early In March to Join dent and a past state chaplain I
W this city hal received recng r'i-' ; I 1r Kay Freeder Will appointed to other units of the Second Fleet was the Installing officer and

by the Florida Junior r contact a student of practical for extensive training operations presented each with a corsage ;
Academy fcljlon of Science for a research It; MRS. GORDON STRAW nursing who was mentioned asa During this annual exercise These members were unableto
completed rerentlj I possible recipient of the scholarship code,named "Operation Springboard he present at' the' installation'
paper fund. A report on this li ," the Little Rock will call service held in February.
,on'' Insect Scl, Next to the pleasure of having to be made at the next meeting at ports In Puerto Rico and the Mrs Everett' Llbler presidedand
'The Junior Academy flowers in one'* garden 1* the A correspondence was read Virgin Islands.Azalea. welcomed Mrs. Hazel Aker

once is a national organizationVf School I delight they bring when arrangedIn from Div. 27, asking for donations i a past president from Muncey,
Vf and Senior High bouquets lor the home Last L of trading stamp to help : Lid
Students who are especially week I listed a few commonsense furnish our state headquartersIn Circle Mrs. J. R. Glddens reported
terated In science and research practices one might fallow Jacksonville. Each memberwas on greeting: cards sent during

In various disciplines. to add days of life to man}' cut asked to bring stamps to the February, Mrs Ned Stone hospital
Candy's paper was selected flowers. The three basic rukor next meeting Elects Officers and welfare work mad
from many throughout the sta'c course, are clean walci!. c'', an Junta Crosby Connie McGre her report. Mrs. Kelley announced .
to be picsented at the Stale Conference containers and hurt 'nln;; the gun and Henrietta Lantz were 26 ,pairs of old eyeglasses
at Eollins College! on flowers by plunging then up to appointed to serve on a commit have been sent to New
For Next Year
March 2021. She will Illustrate their necks for a few hour tee to meet with RNa concerning Jersey for "New Eyes lor the
,her reading with' drawings ol before arranging them. WVHNA Sponsor Azalea Silver TeaThe the Red Cross disaster pro Needy." '

,various Insect and their com ,' I laid that flower. gathered In gram. Members of the Azalea Circle Mrs. Robert McDonald read
imunicatlon organs each ol t. : the early/ morning are usually home and garden of Mrs. Emery Holden 130 S. Stone Plans will be Completed at the of the Garden Club ot DeLand bulletins from the State Secretary

:which was, drawn by her ,a' a preferred Other hints about the Bt. will be open today from I to 6 p,m. for the Azalea Silver Tea next meeting, tat the charity yesterday reelected the present and announced the next
:result of her research.Candy Candy: Bunker actual cutting of the flower are sponsored by the West Volusia Home Nursing A.a clltJon. The fund raising project Every slatf:of officers to serve aiother, Seventh District meeting will beMay
Is in the ninth grade \listed below: public is Invited to call during the tea hour Proceeds from the member Is urged to be present year; Mrs.' John Graham, chairman 2 In Apopka.
lit I the DeLanii Junior High. Her Cut rose In the bud after color affair will bf'nef1JI1\ WVHNA. Pictured shove I I. ,MU Olive to take part in the planning.A of the nominating commit .The State convention will beheld
'future holds plans to major In Program Drill begins to show, They'll last much Seymour executive director of the WVHNA, with Mr. T T. social hour followed with refreshments tee made the motion which was :June 2628 in the Cherry
(physics in college. During the longer than those cut in the Foley, chairman of the arrangement for the tea. Member of the served by Marzee unanimously accepted.The Plaza Hotel, Orlando.
summer of 1M3 Candy participated Chiefs expanded state Cut glad- executive board and officer aaaisted with the arrangement" McCarthy and Frances Clifton meeting:was held at the The Slate I chairman of I the'hoa
In the National Science For Past, lotus when the second flower on Sun New Photo by Hunter after which members participated Graham home, W. Wisconsin pital and welfare committee

Foundation High School program the spike begin to open They in a white elephant sale Ave., with Mrs. Sidney Stubbs ura.e..l1: members to save commemorative
University of Florida inGainesville. Sr. and Mrs Charles Moreland stamps In additionto
at the
Night Discussed; should last for a week or more
She Wadsworth as co-hcMtesses. all other Items
pupiltcht Miss
pipet e then Snap off each floweret a*
Miniael Alice Van Mrs. Raymond Hussey piesented Mrs. Ervln While reported 42
It wilt It to the
by pressing Social Record
Nave. The paper which Can The program and dilll for item. Notes. Hospital the program on "Nature's member are In the Blood Bankprogram.

,dy submitted last year won first Past Chiefs Night was discussedat Bride-Elect Feted Spicy Storlei" in the absence of Mrs John HamUton
I place la the state competition last night meeting of the Tiiira.Too I Fuh, Writ VolutiaFinn Mrs. Pauline Bahb. announced hostesses for April
Jenny B.. Past Chief Assn., Before arranging tulip (and and Comments During the business session meeting.
Pythian Sister. The group met there are" a few tulips crown In TM 11111"1 ,...,.. trse re.Ind Mrs. Leo Fugle reported on the During the social hour Mil.Glddens .
'l.What" NeW at the home of Mr. Steve Florida! wrap them separatelyIn By Two HostessesMrs. .... 051,505-',,"sus, ......_. .renlond....." W sale of caladium bulbs. Mrs.Stubbs and! Miss Ada Roof
1""I1..rThe Greene N. Boundary Ave. newspaper' to hold the items 011141 reported on the memorial served refreshments to the 63members

II"" United firm which Crass has been selected During the business sessionthe erect, then plunge the whole In .tt.tntnsIaInet. ..l....... H.s ttVh'sr.*. Dewey Tarba and Mrs.Cralge MemorialAD111SSION9 planting at the West Volusla and guests present at
group discussed an appropriate cold water overnight Cut ... Y .... ..._.' w. t honored Miss Memorial Hospital and told the the joint social hour
I to design the U.S.and Olympic produce gift to the Temple. mornlnz-glnrlei In the evening ,It.m.... ..II In H..",.u..... .n'........ Pamela Hagler Wadsworth: brldp.f'lect. Medical: Thomas E. Park, group that the circle has the The birthdays of Mrs Hamilton

towels for has been given Mrs Oscar Crosby reported on while they're cloned; wrap the ..,..,. ....... dial' ate.tut. with a bridal shower recently In Deland, Ernest Grimes, Caua- cooperation of the hospital board Arthur Pass and John Fron-
teams for 1964! facsimile sick members and the card and bud In soft paper place them ;; -" the Tarba home, N. Highway 17. daga; David C. Jones 805 E. for[ the care of plantings at the dl were honored at a specially
permlsilon to produce a flower sent Mrs. Shatter Cas- In deep water overnight and Congratulations are being received Guests Rich Ave. ; Omar J. Benton, De- hospital. decorated table The St. Tat-
for household use Mr. and .Mr were greeted at the
version white sell reported on a visit to arrange them next mom In?. today by door by Mrs Tarba.An Leon Springs It was voted to give $123 to the rick Day colors of green and
''The terry towel is in red, and it voted Fred K. Groins Jr., E. PlymouthAve. Surgical: MI'.. George B. Wyatt the
led in
Brownie Troop was Cut poppies when the bud 11 Is appropriate building fund for the construction white were can out
and blue stripes with the 01)'M'Iplc torch to buy a troop flag ,and present Just beginning to onen-diop a ., who are celebrating their played with Mr*. Joseph game Echert was Bridgeport Conn. of a Garden Center It was flowers, candles and favors ,
of lighted 25th
Inilgnla at it to the troop. little gelatin Into the heart of wedding anniversary. winning the award D1SMLSSLSMrs. decided to leave the $5 donation The next meeting will be April

: and laurel AIM wreath lettered,, printed on are: It ws voted to have twomember poppy hloMnmi to prevent petal Cant, and Mr. R. G. Lurklo The refreshment table was Christine Anderson! Lutheran for each: member up to the Indi 1. .
:both ends Innsbruck host all future meet from falling Cut Oriental have returned to their home In overlaid with a white Imported Retirement Center; Maurice vidual.
.' ''Tokyo" 1964 '. ings. Poppies either half open or In Great Lakes, HI, after spend. hand,cut embroidered cloth and Tinkle, 1103 E. New York The next meeting will be at To clean under your telephonedial

1964. Plan for the District meetingto bud. Slip at leant hall the stem tog 10 day a* the \guest of centered with an arrangement of Ave.'V the home ot Mrs. Perrln Robinson use a cotton swab dipped

1' curtains and draper be held March It In Port Into water just below the boiling Tapt. LiM-kle' mother 1\1.... red rose flanked with silver Memorial 621 N. Orange Ave., at 2 In ammonia.
Drip-dry Indoors, then Orange were discussed.The point! and leave it there until the George Nicholson, N. San Scud candleholders holding lighted ta ADMISSIONS! p,m. April 1.
lei can be Mrs Bernice Antlor Route
special award was won by water cool*. All the leave tub-
The carried
the line pers. party room out
carried outside for on three, Mrs. Lynn McNair, Lake King's Shop
riming with a forceful spray, Mrs Crosby. will bit a merged will be blackened, to Ave.Visitors and residents fromPrnn.'lvanla the decoration by placing arrangements Helen Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Beauty
The next meeting consider the container you're of red rows In vanUK .... ..
hose. This 1110\ N. .. IAMv Duwel.
from the garden DISMISSAL)
practice for Past Chiefs Night Ming before submerging the attended a picnic points Club To Elect Officers ,_. ale.rin ,
method stop wrinkle causedby and will be held at the K of P terns.WatMllllei. recently at Hibiscus Mobile Mr Wailuce James P. Francis 2111 Lake
wringing and cut down on and Dora The aftalr ThoM present were: ('''I'ttft Rd. Stephen Eaten 426 n Beta Phi Alumnae Club
Hall. Mr*. ,Bertha Klngsley and FucharU lltle\ ParkJot, was nentnn, Mrs. Echert, Mrs ; 51111AV1 $
Ironing time. Mrs. Heinr Roew will serve a* the home of Mr. HIM "" 'IIh. W. Wisconsin Ave.; Mrs. Irene will meet at II pm. tomorrow,! sncuu
__ remain longer If A littleparaffin Arnold ?ZUmal Mrs. Fled SfO
hostesses open I.t Guests were from Butler, Wellmaker, Orange City at the home of Mm.. William E.
to Kretschmann, Mr.
conclusion the meeting barely warm enough Fomhell, Harmony Tltnesta Avery Carter, 400 S. Edgewood Ave On wf urN C
At the o( "
Is around the base Mrs. Al Manrl. Mil. T S.
run dropped and Zelienople, Pa. the agenda will be the 'electionof App.l.tsneal Neeeaary
served to Rlmemburg
refreshments' were Barnabas
RUMMAGESALE of the stamens Blanches of Qulnn, Miss Sue Qulnn. Mr. St. ECW
the 12 member present tree and flowering shrubs, such Attending were: Mr. and '"1 Thomas Moulton, Mrs. H. Walsh officers. AU alumna are SHAMPOO a sn .. $1.50dresses
---,-- J.. Fewll, Mn. HarvldK. Will asked to attend.
Mrs. Wlllard WUburn Mrs WU- MondayThe
as myrtle.aleas,
crepe pear -
Smith Mr*. Elsie' Rader, -
AN Chattier PEOAN and peach blossom, etc live Hlllurd\ Rape' Mr. Ham Bolte, Mrs. Michael Nolan,
Mr. Mm
Mrs Arthur Duel], Mrs. Edward regular meeting of the
longer In water! If ,the bark I I.
R. Hillman,
; will hold a and !Mr* Joseph
CkspierP0 peeled born part of the branch Talton Mr*. S. C Bateman Fplscopal Church women of St.
dessert meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Shunts, Mr T. G. Smlthdeal Church will
which I II to be under water, or If Wilson )Ir. sadPlea. grandmother Barnabas Episcopal
1DAJSFriday ,Mr. Morton McDonald 4J6 N. the bottom of I the 'woody item Mabel. M. F. flallexher Young 1",. andMr of the honoree: Mr*. be at 1:30 p,m. March 9 in the t 1r
at 7 30 ,m.
Friday :
Stone St. P Walter Wadsworth mother of parish house
are bruised with t mallet The
andSaturday ( Sihimlx. Lena Carnihharl -
1jd the honoree and Mrs. King All- George Hood Dean at Stetson
latter method applies to chrysanthemum Mr. and Mrs. StewartRng.n
Melting howls 'man, Osteen mother ol the University Will be the guest e
sienna, too.
Edna. MrKee, Mr
prospective bridegroom speaker Ills subject will be "Cooperative dy'for thebunrty
Wilted Violet If wrapped In and op
SILVER SPRING, MJ.( (GPIThe ) Mm.\ George Upteri. Mr. Education of the Dioceses ;
National Institute of Dry- newspaper and soaked In told 1\11'1I. K. A. Rowland and Mr. and Sale '
Southern Florida with
7:30 am.'Tii: cleaning; I I. Investigating the water (flowers ** well is stems) Mr..lie. .rge Lauteit.Mr. Rummage Stetson University" ,
'' will recover and last as long as
109 East arrange, canes ot melting oina- a week. Foliage to be used Inbouquf'la and M.... John M.\ Henry Members of AN Chapter PFO Dessert will be served by Mr.
drcsiee covered with
Now York Art. menu on ihould J be kept returned to their home on FatloRd will sponsor a rummage sale John Gallup, Mrs William H.
glittery beads. Immersed In water (leave as ., last night from Auburndale, Saturday at KlrUand Grocery Rowe. Mrs. William C Walley
s" "..,.. b1 Some bead soften during at where they were called Friday Store parking lot beginning at 1 and Mrs. Edward Furlong host
well a* stems) for least threeor
and ruin the dies Institute
lint Mtthttflit' OivrthWamtn. I cleaning four hour. Camellias, ofcourse because of the death ot Flea.Henry's am.renpondlng. esses.
scientist to
hope father. During the business: meeting
need no water for theirlienn. I '
the problem secretary, and Mr. Mn. Ellis Wilson president ot 1
Float the blossoms and )Ir. and Mn. Frank Relfel William Grimm, treasurer the ECW will ask for the mis- 'by
short stems and foliage In a low entertained at dinner recentlyfor Mr*. Uoyd Durwird served as Ions report from the various
container Snray or sprinkle Mr. and Mr*. Ray TrfIIUIlf'r.I chairman of the nominating committee church guilds Debby Polly

0 P dally with additional water.rr.AmtK Deerfoot Rd, and at a luncheon assisted by Mr*. Mabel Ruth Ann '
ITOWFRSFinally I Fir\ and 1\1.... Karl \ rang. Sunshine Condon and Mr*. Harvey Davenport Flinders f

I may be old. I Blvd. Joined them to help Peaches 'n Cream. 4
fashioned, but 1 hope the day celebste )Ir. Relfel birthday Miss Eliza Smith, program )Villa Jean' ,
coming soon when flower In Mr.\ and Mn.\ Relfel had al their chairman announced that the i ha ?
home"-and In flower shows, too 1'1, recent dinner guest "old neigh annual spring luncheon will be !Rises! d i
will be featured for their bors' Mr.\ and Mn. Guy Balertone. In May at the Calico Kitchen Hair Styling Salon : I Months to Jr Petltes. a

beauty and natuialncss and not Pioneer, Ohio.Ctl"M.tln. Restaurant and I $" $ '
tortured Into patterns and poal- Mi*. A. P Powell president of .
lion which are 'artistic" but birthday jester the Garden dub of DeLand anda DccyaCosmetic I a. .
In day wen; Dehbto' PaHIn, W. A. Junior flower show Judge,
are reality an affront to Studio
Nature. I admit that 1 have Reese and Mr\ Ray Uske ich. spoke on the schedule for the I

participated. In the past, In Happy Birthday today to: W. F. DeLeon Club's Flower Show tepee> a Day A Week
t Knhl Merita aBopi'' slated for March 2829. She also l mla *T A." MritM 'I'l
making stylized arrangementstor
flower ihowt, and I haveseveral Smith and Marlene\ Sklllnun. displayed several arrangement ito L nit' A., PII. ,
had made la with
she keeping
blue ribbon to prove It. QCOTC FOR THE DAY show schedule I ;S ;
I've never been guilty the, of The office of government i* \ /

tinting and gliding flower bin, not to confer happiness, but to I
torn .lnc. I lark the conceit give men opportunity to workout .1

that make* me believe that Iran happiness for themsehe Sport Coats & Suits ;!
do a better Job than Mother -W illiam Eatery Planning
Nature .r 1
The memory of such an "artis ;

HUSH PUPPIES9 CASUAL SHOES tic still arrangement"makes me shower I once when saw I Mrs. WebberIs Jack Tar, and Tom Sawyer']'

TAKE A LOT OF ABUSE FROM KIDS think ol It. Someone had plunged .. t I
Easter lilies In red Ink (of all New PrexyOf v7lloV! ] '* : 'i\\, '

Sure, Hush PUPPies taut b itmi. They'rt midi of dutibli. things) and allowed' them to '. .
comfortable br ithm', brushed pijsHin. They love steelshanks oak *o that the lovely pristine Garden Club Spring Headwear

to support rowing fill Hush Puppies are witif- petals were flnlnhed' with an unnatural 'I ,.

repellent, resist sol ted stiles! dim up quick with I brisk glow. Ilk. rouge on the hot ond bog SIts ... ... .v.3 rbonrm
brushing. Hush Puppies Ire "made lor kids I fact of a' choir boy! DELEON SPRINGS-Mn. R. j : .
I wish there were Just two M. Webber yesterday was reelected f' I L1. '# ,I
,1.(. sizes rule for displaying flowers In a president of the DeLeon 'j, "I ;"';
garden club flower show: First Spring Garden Club during a W hots ....... ....S191
that they should be disposed so special meeting of the orgaaiza-. c
,.,, x,95 & $895 that they ta not look "arranged" i "
.t all None of that met lopping tton.Other, elected were Mr*. Herbert Easter Toys. .- from f 59c :

and twisting and contorting. Second Uosa, vice president: Mr*. SERVICE '
that the flower should be Allen Power recording secretary '
4 tI growls 'by I the, exhibitor : Mrs. Lee MaxweD. cor-
In addition to diiptnilagsianlltl We are completely stocked 'with '

Friday & Saturday Specials! I drags to you nununlrf Easter clothes and accessories of '

I druggist alto provides another I
I eoivMi ..1..... your excellent quality at reasonable ,

It 451 Service by stocking many Important $ .
Rum Cakes. ::. prices.
I I Stems of a non-phumac utfcal nahm. .
i C.. LastHot ,

I Cross Buns a'L:: 541 ','1-

1tHUit'4 DeLand oa AU.Pastry DAY WtDNItOAV Shop + Volusia Tew WIU6KIH Pharmacy Agency Mary Dykes '

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SCE/VE/ I LIGHTER SIDE Pw.t S mjua (ffWIIDA) SUN WWJ tHVISDAT.MAR.t1964 1 !Imagination.)kit w'nli'a Ut &f flair" aid }j 3Iob ftfopmtd

STEEL INGOT PRODUCTION UP f ROM '62iiiiliiilniilml I war earcfu&y we4a tag tilt SANTIAGO, Chile ITPD) -.
vale.a suggestion when my : Mea uaed tear gas Wedne
Mass Protest
1,500OAI6 NIT iONI1MI00 Many Offer 'Help' Over CashCrisisBy I wit earn In and Mud soul\ day to break up Cnmmu
that she is. lifted the burden : slat and Socialist mobs' *up>
1/q t4ems, from my M IIJdarI. porting a largely unsuccessful!
Ordered By 1fa2E DICK WWT! ar emptied, they may bel'fn time of art***. I Ton deat have ta worry, I general strike her No ca
WASHINGTON (uPI) Allover more helpful to tile 1Ift1'n'1 One etcay daughters felt that Oar" sine *Hid TVo spent it .asides wen reported
Mix Leader America tIt IeII. an ownIng Miv)''Pd" That U the natira' unemployed! would an already"No The strike wan generally in-
to grip this week wM a think about as we gq about be helped subrtsntially if I outfitted problem la Insurmountable Successful except In the field! et
trsng and dUHoitt ar..Mim. pending our Jar.*.*. I my offspring; with "Bea- when a man has a sympathetic public transportation already<
all' U"tt" Pr..s '"t."" .".,".. / Namely how to spend tile nan. CALLS CONfERENCE tie will" wife snarled by a separate taxi
A federal )Judge kit ordered E AYtaAG[ ey mad available by the new There I II BO fixed formula, or Another daughter offered to Oldest surviving use of carved walkout, but Incident of mlptf
that Integration must begin at wlalr( YONNA s r Ineom tax cat set of rule, to guide a taxpayer help !be unemployed by letting mahogany II In the cathedral at violence were reported throulhoout
tire schools In Mlwieatppl and 1sA lfSt Americans have had very Ill In disposing ot lilt MWwiM me buy op her entire quota of Oudad TraltHo butt about 1514 the day .
Dr. Martin Luther King hu tie experience In this sort of "tak.home" JIIIY. Each will Girl Scout cookies, which otherwise -- .
signaled (or the start of main thing. It will take time for have to work it out for Mm- she would sell. to the
tidal demonstrations in Bir | iilmtl wag earner to become adjuat- self neighbor The Fixit
mingham. JAN. f U. MA*. ATI. MAT JUNI WIT AUG.UfT.OCT.NOV.DIC.mEL'S ed to the lower withholding I expect that many win do sovy 101TSGKST COVriUBlTES: I I Shop
Mississippi U the list state VIAl. IN U\1EW-TJl. nation' tteelmaktrs rate means of a "family conference My two'year-old war too
I la the Union to maintain total produced 10' per cent or 10,676.000! telll more steel lastyear Ii some Instances. It may ," which la the good old young to understand the problem
segregation of Its public school than la 1962. Steel mat i take as long u three or four American way and which 1 II the but. tensing that some HAS MOVED
and spokesmen for the three line, Ingot production touted 305this,40O0htono seconds way the problem war handled thing was troubling me h *
schools' ordered to Integrate' But if we keep our heads, remembering In my household. knocked my glasses off the tar T*
laid they would fight the move. the immortal word When my family found out bit and broke them. Which will
ment with all the legal weapons BRANDT PEAK OF CAREER of Clifford P. Case, R.N.J.. we that 1 was struggling with the help relieve unemploymentamong 402 South BoulevardThis
they can mutter. should be able to cop with the question of how to use the extra optician .
sew besttoa will give M stare tom t *err* ,.u
US. District Judge Sidney situation without undue stress. cash, they immediately rallied I haven heard yet from the j needs ra bettor . FLtSritNTT
Miie granted a temporary injunction It wi Cue who pointed out around, and began to otter one in college! From past per |I
calling for desegregation 'Great Criticism' Viewed that "welcome as tile income tuCtesMons. A family Just naturally formancc, however, I know lit or ran PUKING SPACE
of public schools in Jack. tax cut are to all of us who draws. closer together! in will think ot something Soma-

ton Biloxi and Leaks County,
Miu. In a heating at Jackson

Vednesday H* ordered each school board Over West Berlin MayorBERLIN '

to submit a plan by July 13 to ..
end segregation in at least one ILneui TI
grade during the school year 1
starting in September and one (UK West Ber- dldat for West German
grade in each year thereafter. fin Mayor Willy Brandt now caller next year,
The' court ordered that arrangements stands at the peak of his polia- But in West Berlin, the
<< for admission of cal career but criticism ot him of hi* power and the source ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
children\ to schools in the three never has been greater. his popularity, grave doubts
districts en a racially non.discriminatory Nevertheless, recent public being expressed about the IT PAYS TO EASTER SHOP AT PENNEY'S
basis be made with opinion poll in West Germany dom of. his policy of

"all deliberate speed" till show him gaining In popu contract with the East 1"17'" ",... ". ---" i< 1f F i :a11 d k 1r" .AtJtdrxtada+ iw' ''IIIIIU.1r ...."' ---
However, Mill said the Injunction larity. HI now hold three top Communists.
sought by the Nation post West Berlin major, HEAVY BtRDEX
al AMoctatlon for the Advancement chairman of the West German He has assumed such 'SA'\!)
ef Colored People Is not Socialist party arid party can- heavy political burden in "
final. He aft full hearings on party that many her say i.i
the J.ckl'On.and Luke County Postal no longer can guide the .
cases en May U and the Biloxi Congress effectively and voices .
case anon afterward.The have been raised telling ..- Z
Jackson school board Is- Pay-Hike Okayed to resign as mayor.
cued a statement shortly after It 1* almost an open .t
I'c. '
the court ruled.With WASHINGTON (tIPI The that the Western Alien no .,
the support of the House Rules Committee yesterday er are as enchanted with I : '
cleared legislation to raise a* they one* were and art r
and commissioners of :
I pay of postal worker and government so with his top advisors.
the city of Jackson and the superintendent
clerk about $190 a Some of the glamour r' k
cf schools," the I 1
year and that of member of ably attached to him as
statement said, "we will con- I
tine to resist and oppose this Congress by $10.000. symbol of this Western ., t .vs er7
[ litigation by every legal and i The bill would raise pay of post a city threatened but : ,
all white collar government role. surrounded but '
[ constitutional means available. '
workers by amount ranging appears to be vanishing.
signaled a resumption '
from 3 to S per cent. Total He once wa an .. -
of demonstrations In Birmingham
mass within :30 day beCSUM government payroll would be orator who convinced
I increased by $345 million. The and moved his audiences by
he said the city has reBeged -
average boost for all 1.1 million logic and clarity ot hi* C 1
on integration pledges. :
i The announcement came tot.lowing employe affected would be by the sincerity of .his : ,!i
a mating of 200 Negro close to 4 per cent tion.
The rule committee vote Only former ,
[leaders In Montgomery
wu 13.Membtn. Adenauer war his equal in "
Things will get hot before of Congress would pressing complex n
10 days" said the Rev. Fred get 132,500 compared to the clearly and simply a E
!Shuttlesworth, one of king's top T
present 122,500. Their pay was not plentiful in any country
P aides ral f'Cfrom\ 115,000 In 1953. extremely rar* among
The two Integration leaders
Other congressional newt: politicians.NOW ,
1 laid Birmingham city officials Rparet! Space Agency Chief MORE VERBOSE
,.merchants had Jailed to James E. Wbb-nleS yesterday Now lie shows signs of N
;carry through on desegregation that unless Congress approves coming more verbose,
promises mad following! mansdemonstrations the administration full space complicated repetitious, his .. i/jrl* rtiK*:. v Dori Suits of
ol last
summer. n
t -This Is the beginning ot a budget the nation will not be tenet have Doted. + \ .*** 1c 1t \ .t Acrilati'N iilyen1r
able to put a man on the mooa All this could pose d'I 'oJ'
MIaIIIIve effort to break by 1170. obstacle. for Brandt in hut MAre
A valutl!
.rakd Aiwa discrimination barriers of segregation in this I tempt to defeat Chancellor ," "T" Count on Penney for Big

'slate," King added. 'Frontier Spirit'Undaunted I sat wig,Erhartf In the West a Christian German the all important Blazer!

[,:Elsewhere: liamentary election la the
I Canton MlM-l Authorities IO.ii of next year. 13"TUdrln
haw declined to confirm or i In the last West German 1888 I I s0
[deny a report by civil right SHERMAN Tex. f YPI) lion In 1X1 Brandt gave b R M..N ,
[leaden that volunteer worker Mr. Melissa Krum used to do auer such a clone rare
were arrested in a raid on a thing like fighting marauding Adenauer lost his absolute thAt fives HY'
freedom house." Indian, trek in covered jority in Parliament and Newest outilandlnf' ccleri of burgundy cam!; the look| Ilk* aM lonf
and bash to JtlltJamfl' 3-button they
wagon sling bottle and, black. Smart look
M nl( Chamber ot Commerce Presl- gang. Socialist public opinion 1 ityllnf. Regular and Long.
From friend said she'
It. V
dent Edwin P. Neilan told 600 how Brandt' popularity
businessmen from) five states ""Indomlnabl frontier spirit" Increasing and that lie now i Bo.,.' Glees It |o 20 .-_-. r tt.U Bo,', sites to 12 $f.M
Mr*. Krum, 105 year old
Wednesday that the civil rlgtit wu recovering today from maJor more popular than Erhard. r rr.dlll-- -.. ---------.a ... ....L -.. n 01 1a1IUUJIL I T"I
bill in Congress "put shackle But the criticism ef J

tilt free enterprise .. and 1"* tract surgery tumor son removed A digestive this Just hal begun to blossom. : I Save on Junior Boy' Suits!
an Invasion of private right Dallas.Her ": \ \
week by surgeons In
Frankfort, Kr.t Integration doctor said h* knows of Children Found -
leader Dr. Martin Luther King two other person within This summer go Gentry"i.: i lit.. 11e 599
lead racial I
wa scheduled to a- five year of her art who survived GOLCONDA n. (UPI)

protest ben' today. such has surgery."Sha an. ironclad 'I fearefont boy In little short sister pant for Wool BUier sent; ef ftncy ckeek, H,'. bound te be than

win" the doctor said. his found tag safe along and sound today Wrlnkla-ilghilng Dacron 'n cotton! t beat dressed boy itfwal in Ptnury'i handsome blAzer or

PORE OLE 11$ SAYS; She earned it on the frontier er being lost In the Wanted natural shoulder styling! checked coat with solid contiait alseki.Wghler .

7f Yo Do 't KM While in Oklahoma Mrs. Krum wooded countryside near brighter maiculla !ones! t
Save S. S. Dress Shirt!
helped her parents fight oft Indian horn for more than on Boyc
Jawtlrr, Know attacker on their wagon hours.
she Her It .U the p.wear (*r tile sisa wk canoe t
laid. Later
her A search party found
served food sad did laundry Raymond Eggert T, and esa,mr sill k*'n k* pr.*4 U ease si a price M souse to last f 2 $J5 99
LES FERRELL frir railroad craw alter l Drag S, about Ukl.*lkl Talversliy. Graf a.M* are a >r.*s4llle4 stew 'tree ',.to It For
After the raUroada were miles from their bane la ., erne, bursa swlyetltr with Ik* attic, _f* hMlr*.. *.alMM ..
built and Jesse James and little community of Jlaum.Mr tt seabed **Mrat! KM fewer trMta.u ".IIe. beck UichJjt waihatUtwUtt) broadcloth Regular roller
JEWELERS gang learned about train robberies *. Lester Buchanan, tetter freak after each *.*, atateft N* tallwtag ItMeir*' style In PfpWu"or.I.tvt... PrlU buttons with
abe IfI'VM..Jf1IrD l e4. of the county sheriff. laid bead ta ether *all. al Ibis. petrel, Sarah fN wick IU sea one JXXklt.

,* H .* fu Trwfc During the JSBs, she started children were 'Mid sad abided M af tee neaten, .....*> ......, ...,." n-ae

tile lint Ct hand). ,Widowed Uua4nr\ la la Oklahoma 112. sleepy"youngster after wr their takea a .... sew lkraal p g kl'" ,..>**iHag eelsee a* ** WI Save on Boy't Tropical SlacksIlioalUll .

she nerd a sea lAd fourdacgtun. pital at Roaiclar -I
Mrs. Buchanan said $2 99.
mood who war ao shoes \
Gems Are Stolen bred from woHa J.rl. T.. Jaf edP 19 95 heme aey'neteseesewal J '
later, who, K<"""I Atttat. Btnfilijii gfrlrti web,htd. UaJvirilry 1

there h Rmrsn: CUTO-A jewelry good coadltiosj. Grad of Continental tapered modeli. Charcoal tons. of

store employ weal eutdd to grey black and brown Assorted rtfular, husky aadSpecial

ONLYONE with a plate glass window Wednesday Prescription Rogvltra 31 to 44 Leap 37 1* U .Urn ft\U.J.. I
discovered flMMO
and L .L ....... 4..4 (
worth of gem bad been tales Service fAt'' '" I -.... ..,. -.UIIIIIJ. ..... -
front a window display. I

and two th*Nee salesmen employe robbery Mid busy was said customer they Just dJsevr4.haters dldat kept ]'I' Special SpecialMen's Special Special

Mskre.... ..........sac ae* aayoa else! ta th* firm at VA Males'Fashion Last 1'hrf. Days!'
ems ants aukaehM .wr ttettm*. Mlues'Cotton

*keMlw e--.s 'rr aItVI Asa pal tw.:tan:=Molar..: play A parttto window from separated the tasld tfc* d**4. n/ I .*. /f I Short Sleeve Sleeve Ready-Made

.. ........ the aII p. PellM flMortard tine
bandit got to O* wiadow. display Twins Shifts Dress Shirts2i$5 Sport Shirts3p5 Drapes
tkrooga a door ta tMpartJtVsa. .
r Y ..... to II )

eb... ,$e4.. $5 I .2$5 :: 20* '

_------.e Danny's' Shoe Service Pa,., Prksl: I
: i
==_ ew .hrr .. ; I''
... c;, Last three days .f( *ur

:= MAS MV. tf 3* Dicreiu 21% eett sal pries\ shifts "In UI" Mach *. welt Zttlrt I heck .f fit 19% rt4de11n eft.OH* .
=I "but Cobble In line Hr 1
I ft broadcblh in beau' side buttons mrthehead cdmbdd ctttdft Oxford In"' long devepert! j
oar To A New Md lsr r Slap At Ufulp.ateis ef blue. II. and shoulder buW cloth tapered. with hlrti reduced much below *.41-"" *" drip**. Single 'i.
prh *.. i r .... .... .I Ue pink green and yellow tons and others all may button*down collar, or eat All pattern *.width and one-half '
D ==:::... is ae I 222 N. Boulevard popular Bermuda chin washable. Aaaort broadcloth wash 'n wear and styles In lire small aoubUa and triple , nee .- style collar, pleat fUlriklrt f eel fabric and paUffN.I with regular collar and medium only. Stock Save these) three days .

car r Frwa with xlf belL I Sizes U to II. Men's sizes 14H to 11\1. up now! onlyfIUCY.L ,, l I
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Frontier Day Celebration ExpectedTo In, Around l''\


Double Orange City Population] Lake Helen

LAKE HELEN Lake Helen,

Cassadaga and surroundingareas
ORANGE CITY The annual I the parade are seeking more owners from a thres-county are pretty with pink

Frontier Day celebration her floats for the parade for Orange area Mrs Norris Long and Mrs. azaleas, pink phlox and pink FIRST AID COURSE GRADUATES-Orange City Red Cross chapter members are shown following grad
Saturday Is expected to more City to make a good showing on Beryl Nettles, say petunias all around As I drove
uation ceremonies for in first aid instructed Seated left to Mrs.
than double Orange City's nor television. Jumbo, the Republican that they expect entries from a course ty Joseph McDonough. right, are Jack
down Euclid Ave. the other
Hussey, Mrs. Marie Accardi, Mrs. Charles Keefe, Mrs. Robert F. Nichols, Mrs. Harry Mrs. Mc
mal population celebration officials elephant, and the Democrat Voliuia, Orange and, Lake coun morning t Minerva Long's Thompson,
said today. donkey will be In the parade ties.Horace azaleas across the width of her Donough, Mrs Harold Hock and Mrs. V Roscoe Chatterton. Standing, same order are Jack Hussey, chapter

The event will open plus surprise entries. Pope, president and house were full of bloom; on the chairman; Harry Thompson, McDonough, Harold Hock snd V Roscoe Chatterton, secretary (Sun News Photo by

With the parade at 11 a.m. The HORSE SHOW members of ,the West Volusla next corner Aunt Ernestine Bishop)

Hone show will follow at one '.The highlight of the after Saddle Club are donating time Mather's tall.loaded azalea was ,
pin. on the school grounds with noon's, activities\ will be the and effort required to put on the georgeous. The bushes across Pet* i DELAND tJlOHDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, ""MAR S,'If M .,
food conceulon and carnival Jtorse. show, featuring contests horse show at no charge. The the street in front of the Congregational 22 Attend Goes
stands. The barn dinner will be that .expected to draw hone announcer will be Ralph Tarum, Church that have Group

served from, :9'0:30 ,pm.n theLions WVSC member, and Pope will be greeted us for the past several .
dubhpuse and the fun wW general manager' O.C. Shuffleboard Club Events
Sundays have already gone by.
end! with theHoojepanny 'Talentkhow 60 Persqns LAM OWNER There are others 'of different Civic MeetORANGE To DaytonaORANGE

Jh the Dickinson Memorial .Mrs. dare Marshall Br, and colors following along ,there and
ORANGE: CITY Last Tuesday at Orange City and the-contest
JJbrary at 7:30 p.m-! Mrs, Jerry Hernasek are COr ,
across the street at Asa. Gray
three 'teams from Orange ended in a tie, 21 games each
chairmen of the ham
The celebratlpn: win turn back dinner; park, though, to contlnu.- the
in the Volusla
City played .County Marie Aldrich and Florence
the clock over 100 years, with Attend Meet Mrs. David Gaines and Mrs show CITY The Orange Jamboree CITY The Rev.
at Peabody (tDaytona Roberts had the of
the townspeople. wearing the Doris Nelms food concessions, Continuing on to Cassadaga, I City Terrace' Civic Associationheld Beach) Salmond high game E. B. McBroorn. Mr. and Mn.
Vicky 240 and the team of Schench
clothing of their great'grandparents an4 Mrs. William Ottinger and hill a meeting In the Community H. M. Hussey, Mrs Harold Hoclc
went up the and turned at George Roberts, Stuart and Ruth and Wlsse with 250.' The referees .
Mrs. Thomas H. Crews, carni Center, S. Williams Ave. last and
Mr. and Mrs Roy Schwelt.
the hotel and saw one of the
Leonard Nell Mead and
Walter Bantz for
GINGHAM GOWNS ORANGE CITY The Orange val. Mrs; plunger, Mrs Nip oldest planting\ of azaleas in Friday evening with 22 members Couch Myron were zer of Orange City attended the
after Maddenfor
played and one Orange City and E. B.
Area putting last City Volunteer Tlremen and the Trentham and Mrs. Victor and five guests present.
women are front of Billy Hammond's house! round of the rains Sanford. third annual meeting of the De
play, came Eppie Blakely was
minute ruffles on their bright auxiliary held their monthly Schaefer are co-chairmen of the on the lake. It shows up for During the business meetingit and canceled the play until the scorekeeper Sanford won Land District Woman's Society of

gingham dresses and, the men dinner and meetings recently In day event. blocks In three direction I was decided that the Association March 12 at which time the the playoff 110.32. Christian Service of the Methodlst .
polishing rust spots on the Lions Clubhouse with approximately The Hootenanny, to be staged will sponsor the April meetIng .
are away Church held at the
know I have missed many more three Orange Dry teams will The following is the schedulefor recently
aging flintlock rifles and cap and 60 In attendance at 7:30 p.m. in Dickinson Memorial I of the West Volusla Civic First Methodist Church
and all
beauty spots urge you continue to play.Last play In March: Yesterday, IS Day.
ball pistols In preparation" for The dinner menu Included Library Hall, will present Federation on April 20 and the tona Beach.
to out and ride one
Just get
up Thursday 16 teams traveled teams were to play at DeLand;
the celebration meat loaf, potatoes prepared by talented contestants Chamber of Commerc..cofft'l.
many and down the take The elected officers for
street other to Sanford but due to rain, today and tomorrow the Hanley newly
the hostesses with vegetables, Leslie and Mrs. meeting April 21. These meetIngs
Many of them confess more Mca Dyer on the 196166
of the and term were installedby
some byroads, enjoy the tournament was canceled.The Trophy Tournament of amateurs <
thin half of the fun of Frontier salads and an array of plea and Frank DeBartolo are co.chairmen will be held in the Community Dr. Joe .
the beauty. Tolls district
Orange City club was host mixed doubles at Mt. Dora; to. superintendent
Day Is preparing and wearing cakes brought by the members.Mrs. of the entertainment You know that old saying\ Center. to City bland (Daytona Beach) day the ladles (Turtledoves) will \ of DeLand.
their costume to the festivities Kenneth Biggs and Mrs The proceeds from FrontierDaylike A sound color film "Behindthe
,"You take the boy out of Mrs. David Thurman. Miami
can Friday and a sunny (but windy) (Continued on Page Nine)
WESH Television Channel 2, Charles Brewer were In chargeof those In the past-will Scenes of Telstar" Wit
the but can't take the
country, you day allowed the shufflers to gave message, "Witness
will televise the the' meal and were assistedby toward recreation shown and refreshments of Boston .
be on hand to go building a the country out of the boy." play. Through Service." Dr. Velma
and of the horse their husbands. and If the weatherman cream pie and coffee were
parade parts center That goes double for the women The hosts won 22 of the 36 Cleveland of Ft. Mead who la
..., and Mrs Victor Schaefer Mrs Warren Schofleld, president cooperates this Frontier Day served. Kindergarten .
In the Kircher family Their games played and the high game home on furlough, showed slides
appeared on) Channel 2 yesterday ,. presided at the business should be the largest and most The guests present were Mr. .
beautiful bed beside of the
strawberry for Orange City was 239 points, Ellen T. Cowan Memorial
of the and welcomed of the and Mrs Ernest Fitch of Detroit,
in behalf of the Frontier meeting auxiliary successful. The backing the Plants Garden
thelf'house on Macy ( made by two teams Gertrude Hospital In Kolar, India. '
member Mrs.Norms Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Day. a new town and community la needed
road to Cassadaga Is full of Sullivan and Henry Lovejoy, also LIFE MEMBERSHIP
and Mrs. Crtssman. Porter and Miss Patricia Porterof
Mrs. Charles Brewer for
success. .
bloom and they are picking Bill Calhoun .and Frank Mona Mrs. Bruce Gray, Hastings
LAKE HELEN The kindergarten -
Kenneth cochairmen of PARADE PLANS Crave City Pa. -
Biggs, :
It was voted to participate in some strawberries now. The han. In the tossup, the team of class with 11 back In the immediate past president of
Klrchers are Michigan farmers Sullivan and Lovejoy played the DeLand
dsltrlct, was
the Frontier Day parade and Receive school planted garden vegetables
1,302 and the whole family loves to against Tate and Tate of City with life
Talk Slated Mn. Crtssman will be in charge BrcczewoodPark and flowers on the school presented an honorary
.of decorating a car. Mrs. AnnF. work in the garden here. They Island who had a high score of grounds Monday Gradually the membership by all the local

Lindsay was appointed as a have lettuce endive, cabbageand 237. The playoff was won by the measles and mumps are lading societies of the district and H.

representative of the auxiliaryto Polio Vaccine most anything you can Visitors 100.52. out and the youngsters are returning M. Husney of Orange City wee
RutkowskiAt name growing on the rich lakefront Milton Rodebaugh for Orange
By attend the "cleanup palntup" to school. It's the poor honored with a special membership
campaign meeting. ORANGE ore A total ot ground behind their house City and Grace Young for City mothers and fathers who are In recognition of his assistance .
Sopha Klrcher said that when bland the referees and Ha
Permission\ was given\ to the 1,301 received the Type m vaccine were worn out-some ot them with to Mrs. Hussey, during her
I PTA MeetORANGE Sorosis dub to use the auxiliary in the Sabln Oral Sunday their cousins Mr. and for them Mrs Emory, the .scorekeeper four or five youngsters sick at two yean as district secretary of
Kilgus were looking Ill 71 SCORE
tablecloths for the dinner on program at the Orange City ORANGE CITY Mr. and the same time. Ricky Robertsis literature
Cmr -' banlel D. 'mlltD.YI'/ ) It "" .-voted to School Sunday afternoon. This last week, would they had been find told Mrs. Nelson W. Bastedo of The usual Red and Black In. home from the hospital but The highlight of the lunch hour

Rutkowski supervisor of elemenUry pay Belinda Lindsay to take was: an Increase of 73 over the that they probably strswberrles. Poinsettia i Drive and their terclub competition was played still confined to the house. Glen was a fashion show and the

education for Volusla County care of the children during the 1,231 who received. the vaccine the family picking the guests, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Saturday afternoon. The team of Lovejoy and Tina Snowdea are clothes shown were made by

will be the speaker at the 4nthly meeting rf Jan.. 1*. Sure enough, they and spotted found the Wright of Lake Rotikonkama! Harry Lyman and Herb Brown both home and Improved. the ZH sewing group of the

meeting of the) Orange dry PTA \ .Mrs. John Cooper, treasurer; Those two doses of the taste- Klrchers.strawberry They patch said It was the N.Y., returned Monday from a for the Blacks beat :Bob Weather- A total of 721 persons showed United Church Women of tile

Tuesday at 7.30: pm. in the clothes to remind member. that less vaccine, plus a, third and first planting of strawberriesthey trip to the west coast. They were wax and Roy Newton. of the Reds up Sunday for the second SOS. Halifax area, They are to to

school auditorium. He will discuss dues are past due. final dose (Type II) on April 12. bad seen since leaving! at Cyprus Gardens, Treasure by a score of 111 79. John Kos- That was 10 less than the first sent to Church World Service st

"Hold Parents Can Help The next dinner meeting will are expected to prevent persons dearwater. Island, Sarasota and visited Mrs.Bastedo's chel and Tommy Johnson were session. Many children and some New Windsor, Md., to be shipped<
be March 23.: brother Walter Feser the referees and Epple Blakely, adults were unable to get then overseas for refugees
Children with School Work. from carrying the disease as
Even the Undergartners got
the acorekeeper. because of Illness but will be able
Rutkowsld was appointed tokla well as providing them with life- In Tarpon Springs<< .
Into the act and planted a
from Sanford
Monday U teams to make it later, it la hoped.
Mrs. Tinsel Miller of Polnsettia up
present position this past time Immunity to all three formsof garden In the corner of the front played with the local club home mothers are
The Hotel
Drive entertained 10 room News
summer. He has an extensive Orange City'PersonalS polio, one of the most crippling schoolyard Monday. My good recently bake sale and
members of the choral of sponsoring
educational background having diseases of all time neighbor, Ralph Smith came group
taught in both elementary and The Orange City Lions dub over Monday and renovated my the DeLand Home Demonstration Lake Helen country store across from the In
office Saturday, beginningat
Club for a at post Cassadaga
In this practice,
secondary grades county school officials and local Individuals round planting ot tomatoes that donations
8.30 as
horr.e. am. Any
and In Alachua County. He also are< Was principal of N. Rldgewood ORANGE QTY Mrs. B. H.'' Mr. und Mrs. Harry Hoffman well as your patronage CASSADAOAThefour"Merry
: f In charge of the SOS is to me last summer The fruits PersonalsLAKE The will
School for seven yean and ef Shortof; Louisville, 1y'Is the Kenneth. Biggs. Dr. David Rau- thereof kept three families In of Indianopolis Ind, were recent appreciated. proceeds class Widows" are due back

Walter Hunt School for two guest of her brother-in... and schenberger was the doctor In delicious tomatoes. guests of Mr. and Mrs. go to pay the the kindergarten of a tripto at the hotel tomorrow from a

)111'I. In the latter school he sister Mr. and Mrs. Howard attendance for giving Type m; -CHARLOTTE Miller. The Hoffman were on a HELEN Maurice and share of expense next trip to Nassau
the Six Gun Territory
Introduced] the non'graded plan Warner for several weeks. Mrs. Mike I Accardl, pharmacist trip to Miami and the southern Emily McGill had as their week. that amount Miss Bertha Losse left yesterday

foe primary grades. Short has Just returned ,for a .administered the doses, and Mrs part of the state. end guests her IOn.IIt.I." and month. Any over for her home In Brooklyn
will be used to replace drapesand
FLORID GRAD trip to Mexico with a party from James Randall. Mrs. Nip Tren- CassadagaPersonals Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Good of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. blinds in the lunchroom. Staying at the hotel and visitIng .

Rutkowskl' attended Canlslui Louisville. They spent\ two tham, Mrs Ott Thomas and Cleveland, Ohio, arrived Mon Murphy and daughter Verve of his cousin Art Myers several

College In Buffalo, leaving It, to weeks In Mexico City and visited Mil. John Holllster were the day to spend several days with Tampa Anne Miller of DeLand days last week was Judge Willis

spend four years overseas with Cuernavaca and,many other In. nurses Gordon and Betty Holzman. spent Saturday with Verve, and Garden Club O. Donley of Menomlnee. WIs.

the 1st. Division of the V. S. teresting places near there Mrs. Others assisting were Mr. and Betty and Mrs Good are sisters Anne's parents Mr and Mrs The Judge, who \is running for

Marine Corps Upon his return Short flew toMlamln, route to Mrs. Frank Fertich Mr and CASSADAGA "Living Fully The Goods had born visiting David Miller Joined the McGUls senator on the Republican ticketin

h,enrolled at the University of Orange City Pin Jerry Bernanek Walter Before We Die." will be tnt subject Mrs. Good's mother, Mrs L. H. for dinner In the evening. Gift Is .$300 Wisconsin, came to Ca....
Florida where he received Ms Mrs Howard Warner and Mrs. AI of the Rev KtnaethDistance's Green and .!Jten, Mi's. C S. Luther Kuhn sold his new daga especially to meet and gt
Palm Farnn Mr. and Mrs.
BS and MA degrees. He tauught Short are In Miami for severaldays and sermon at the 2:30: Braun and Mrs. W. T. Bell, in house on Lakevlew Drive this acquainted with his cousins
Mr. Mrs;
Roy Woodward.
one year at the University oa a this week as the guests of meeting of the CaiaadagaSpiritualists Miami and en route home. week. Purchasers are Mr. and ORANGE CITY Your reporter Miss Alice Myers and Art Myers.
Mr, and Mrs
Kellogg Franklin '
Fellowship grant.Rutkowaki !. Mrs. Warner's daughter, Mrs in the Auditorium Mrs. Newell Lemlng of Philadelphia. wishes to make a cor- Art attended the spring\ eon.
Leonard Pash. Wayne Myett,
Is married to a B. F. Rusnlzk. : Sunday The Rev, Gladys distance Pa., who will be down rectlon In a statement made In vention of the National Society\
native Floridian and is the father Mrs. V. H. DderUn ef N. Mrs Daniel Jacobson, Harvey win assist her husband Fashion] Show .la September to take possession.WUson last Thursday's paper. It was In Milwaukee. The owner of the

of.... three children. Hit oldest Leavitt Ave. gave a dinner party: Grueschaber, !Phillip Schuyler, In the 4:30 communication service and Elizabeth Lochardof stated that the Orange City hotel where Art staged happenedto
Mrs 'Harriet Hayward Mrs.George .
daughter is ,a nurse, another ,Friday\ In honor of the birthdayof that will follow his address Sidney, Ohio, will be In Miami Gardes dub gave $200 lor the mention to Judge Donley that
daughter a senior in high school, << Mrs. Glenn Eggleston.: Parkia and Alva Haymas. and at the Tuesday and Thursday Set By Group this weekend to attend a convention improvements being made at the there had been a Spiritualist convention

aad his son Is in the sixth grade 'l'Maty.flve were present to 7M: p.m. meetings and the and then will come to Lake Dickinson Memorial Library, It there. Judge Dusky was

Mrs. Daryl Can un", PTA pros, .'celebrate theioccailon\ ; they are M Wednesday 2:30: p.m. meeting/ ORANGE CITY The VUbgt! Helen for a visit with her par should have been $.100. Interested because he said his

(dent, las announced that there ,;aU former residents ef the Clinic Slated Marta Mallory will be the Improvement Assocation (Woman's ents. Cookie and Luther Kuhn. Twenty-eight; members and father and grandfather were

will be open house and parents Chautauqua area, near Jamestown soloist Sunday, and Mrs. E. E. Club) will hold s fashion Mrs. Bertha Hone! of Caylord. friends of the Garden Club made. spiritualists la looking over t"e

will be gives the opportunity to N.Y. 'A decorated cake White will be at the orl.'. show and card party Thursday Mich. spent bit week with her a trip to Cypress Gardens Monday guest list he cam upon Arts

visit the rooms and meet the with lighted (' was a The Ladles Auxiliary win March 12 la Dickinson Memorial, Hazel Zettle. Mrs and enjoyed the beautiful name and since there wow

Uachers. Following the meeting special part of the dinner, For Glaucoma sponsor the Tuesday 1:30 ,.m. Library auditorium at 2 p.m. little entertained la her honor display of flowers and landscsplng. Myers la the Judge's familyt

refreshments will be served In Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fun Party as well as the Satur- Mrs. Marie Kuckens chairman with an evening of cards Thursday The water show was wrote to Cassadaga to Inqu t

the lunchroom. John Simmons Mr. and Mrs. ORANGE CITY There will day. 7:30: p.m. Game Night. of the American Home Department Guests were Hazel Cassell.Bessie enjoyable to see and with the about Art. Thus the cousirt
Gordon Rein. Mr. and Mrs. Ford The Library at the Thatcher Is the chairman. Glbbs. Cummings. Bra Allen, nice weather, it all contributed found each other and enjoyei)
be free Glaucoma Clinicin ,
Mrs. Ashton a from 71 and Charlotte Folsom. Mrs. Hoc to a day of pleasure. Some of several at the
Hitchcock, Mr. and House will be open p.m. Inc. of DeLand will furnish theclothes. days together
Orange City. March IS 20 and .
Building Fund Nell Mr and Mrs. Lewis Cro-; ,Wednesday with the Rev John set left Sunday for Tampa. the group also went to Bok hotel.
well. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Strick April 17, at Dickinson Memorial Pastor la charge, A Forum Min Blackens will be the )1,. and Mrs. William McVety\ Tower and heard the concert
Library Hall, from ':30 to 4.
land Mrs. George Balcom. and period\ from 8 ) pot Is conducted ot Onto, were guests of
Given BoostLAKE children George Jr. and Diane This project la under the U. S. by Rev Pastor. narrator, the pianistThe and Miss Esther Emerson Cookie and Luther Kuhn Monday Marker\ Dedicated' Group Prepares
of Health
of Jamestown N.Y.. Mrs Jua- Department Friends were sorry to learn and Tuesday\ of last week.
models win Mrs C. J.
and and ls Drive LiteratureORANGE
Continued( en Page Nine) Welfare sponsored ef the death of William Hodgson On Wednexday afternoon Mr. ORANGE CITY The Cal
HELEN The Lake here by the Woman's Club at I:40 p.m.. Monday In DeLand.He Faber Mrs. Christian R .hnk., and Mrs. WUlard Xauftmaa ot Arthur Erwin Chapter, DAR.

Helen.Cassadaga Fireman's I ) Tea Set of ,Orange City (VIA, Mrs.Christian and his wife operated the DoNut Mrs. E. F. Manchester Mrs. Sidney, Ohio, stopped for a visit recently dedicated a marker at CITY A group of
Auxiliary recently met at Blake Birthday H. Behnke, president. shop here until several Dan Hoover, Mrs. Ralph M. with the Kuans.Mrs. the grave of )Ira. WlOlam members /met at the chapter

Part It was voted to deposit Mrs. Margaret Davis PAN, months ago. Sympathy Is extended Wright kin A Warren Wells. Robert Terri Barbara (Laura) Egtnton la Hollywood house of the Orange City Red
1400) in the bank toward the LAKE HELEN The Cassadaga will be In charge of the clinic, to "Bea" who Is recuperating Mrs. W. T. Rlchey Mrs. Howard Moran and daughter Taml are Cemetery.Mrs. Croos bat Friday to asaemb'

building fund of the Firemen and ,Lake Helen Woman's and Mrs. Ella Green of the from a broken arm. Warner and Mrs.Arthur GlkMea. spending a IedayI with her Eglatoa. who died .la 1X3 fund-drive literature to mad tit

Auxiliary f 'i dub will hold its birthday silver Halifax Hospital Auxiliary will Both Mr. and Mrs. Hodgsonwere Following the fashion ahow, parents Glassy aid Johnny Mora had been a resident of Orange residents ef the Orange City am.

They also voted to I five HO tea at 2 p.m.. March 11 at the have eliotTI"- of I the volunteers I patients a DeLand Nursing cards will be played at 1 pm. *, while Bob finds a borne for at'u'\ 12 years. Those who worked ea the proC't

each to the Lake Helen schools clubhouse, A Japanese motif will bringing three trained volunteers : Home at the tints ot his with Mrs. Francis T. Hall as als family la Winter Haven. Bob Mrs. AMa Facchln.: meat were H. M. Huas y, chaferchatrmas '

for the benefit of their* lunch be used In the decorations. from Halifax Hospital Pink : death the chairman. Table. prien will \has been the manager of the and Mr*. J. E. Summerhul l of ; Harold Hock hr'1
?*' Hostesses will be Mrs. Luther ladies from Orange City aiding Mrs. be gives and refreshmentsserved. Lee4 Shoe Store U CtUad forth !
room. funds. ; Mr. aad Merrill Foster the DAB chapter, were la charge drive chairman:: Jack Seta V.
It wu agreed that the Auxiliary Kuhn Mrs. M. S. Seller Mrs. them win be Mn. Harold Car- I Continued en Pate Nisei put two years and has been ef the service attended by Mrs. R. Chatterton. Mrs. Newell Dnr'eMica

would save the dinner\ that George Klrcher. Mrs. James tier Miss Jeas Goodwin. Mrs. I The men are Invited to attend transferred to Winter Haves Barry Drake and )Ira. Daa Letter Harvey. Mrs. IrvlaLewis.

wfll] eondude the Associations Mee and Mrs. May DumbelL Roy Herottx. Mrs. J. R. Jeffrey Campaign Meeting the tashloa show.' where k* will naaaf tat Lead'sStore. Hoover ef Orange Qty lid DAR Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ad er.mane. .

Fireman's training program hereto Mrs. R. L, Rexford and Mrs. R, .. members Mrs. Uriel Bl ut. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Ert-
AprIL j Auxiliary To MeetLAKE M. Wright with the help af additional ORANGE QTY -'A meeting Mrs. J. W. Wall of sal wsvi le, Mrs J. O. Richardson lid Mrs. land and Mr. aid Mrs. 1rD11&a

pink ladles as they are ef the chairmen el ecnmttt her daughter Blanche Thomas WIDiam Coatee.DfLand Neumaaa.Sandwiches.
.Irs letter Te Rune Us .
cf SL Cloud, and cousins' Mrs.
: HELEN The Amer.kan
r' needed. r r
HDCMreUngSrt Campaign
for the CN..up.Palat.up and coffee
J( W Net Need Us. n. Neva Browm at JacksMivUI. and .
Legion Auxiliary Uilt 127. all / have
Nearly appointments
to he heM April ioU wink dub Win at norm by the cant 's
1 ORANGE CITY The Oraigettry will meet at I Monday at hers Te Nets? u. Led Net Mrs Nellie Moore el Bluetk d.
p.m. Riled fnr the first two days, heM teaUtM at 1 la Dtckinnon. committee Mrs. H ).. Hit '.
Horn Demonstration dub the lgtoa Horn but there are openings for the )lI'ftIOI'blUbraf7 Hsu. Knew Us. Va.. sprat the tight\ Wednesday LAKE nriJRK: The DeL mitShuffleboard Mrs. ItamU... aad Mrs. J tt
Will. meet t In the clubrooms on : April date, and appointments with George and Gladys SiamThey Club were goads of Crawther

South Holly Ave. Thursday, The I Club Slatf'.l\ff'f't may be made by calling Chamber Rummage'Sale S et LANKFORDOrange left Thursday aft_Mat farO&atlsmd the Lake 11...... Club HOlIday _

Art dais wll meet at 10 a m. of Commerce office. ( a* Page attenooa, DeLaad was the Sale Srlirtlulcd

aid those attending arc asked te LAKE HELEN: The take This Is a painless tent and ORANGE rnr The Ladies City Chapel! i wtaner with a score W 1113. I

bring a sack lunch. )In.. W H. holes Home Demonstratloa Club I takes only a few minutes, aad Guild of the Pilgrim Community Council To Meet now..r.a\ e playoff was ORANGE Cl If AI l'emma'.

Lard win preside at the bud- met at Blake Park this morning the remits are knows Immediately Church la holding a rummage tie H.n, another,, thing with WflUrd aid bake sate will be \held la lfLaaten .

cats meeting and the program for a program oa shrubbery. U you haven't had a sale this meek la the lint store ,....._ rtawe ira-L'N I ORANGE an' TIle Orange French .| ue heirs besting I Shop acer the Part:,

wOl be "Cm of Lawns and lawns and gardenings Mrs. Joha test recently, take advantage ot east ef the,Port Office end opeas I I Oty Tewa GMMCU win meet sUM > I WUtiB el, the piss at I HOOK of the Methodist torch
Shrubs. )rroelick was the speaker. this opportunity. at I ajn. I -- -- I Tows Bbl: Monday at 1 p.& icM2a. I I'rIdaJIWtIq at f am.News .


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Machines Defeat Mud ..si7 DEUNO CnOIHAJ) SUN WWI THURSDAY, MAR. 5, IfU


Site Of World's Fair 1tr
.1 d ry 0.r ?P at'v Four Persons Are Killed

1 + t As Tornadoes South

Beehive Of Activity

I I The black funnel cut down IS

BT DICK KLEINER i I Tor hug towers that support trans
FLUSHING MEADOWS. NT. I, a k t mission lines furnishing powerto

(NEA) The big sign In Tennessee Mississippi and
the administration building I. pel part of Alabama close to the

.. read: "Only M day until theN that Tennessee river. The switching
.w York World's Fair Opena"Each Th yard and hydro plant were
day the number 1 Ia low heavily damaged.

ered. The storms bounced Into west
And each day, as the zero Tennessee from the north,
hour !get one day closer there TRAFFIC PROBLEM: Can which must fight past truck and balldoacn I* cater the touching down first at the Hop.
la noticeable progress. As you grounds sit parted IB front aC the I'abphere Wedd's Fair *jmboLSECOND ton and Mt. Carmel communities

walk around the lair the place 12 miles from Covtngton.

la humming. On. person was Injured and
Traffic and mud are two malproblems. OF TWO PARTSReshuffle s..a.a.erw... pair. around 20 home destroyed or

Each exhibit 1 Ie now damaged In that area before the
being worked on, and there are twister dl'orpPdNttw..n CovIngton .
an estimated 4800 workmen on From Our
and Pickwick
on the tiny
the grounds every day. Truck. Seen Possible Barret's Chapel community
bulldozers cars, fire engine,
where two women were slightly
mobile refreshment stands Jan Early File sops hurt
the muddy, rutty roads often "
I ? bumper to bumper, aa the fair'spolice ( The storm continued through

moving.struggle to keep them I For Parole Commission 35 Years Ago roof Inth rooting blacked.nut shrubs Harden 1 leaving County tall nee

The roads are lined with the pines crumpled like matchitlrkt
quarters of construction crew. plat Ibl eila N tee rue of a and hurling four men Into the
0.Les4 Ouq Neer at water of the Tennessee River
some In trailers others In Jerry By good parole prospect la not .. at the Pickwick boat dock\ At
built shacks. Huge trucks, carry. Bun New to prison today" Marsh TREE PERrETt"nOThlt least II homos
f a I I I wet* destroyed!
log lumber or bricks or con : "We have a hard time DeLand wnn't los* It* and seven person hiwpltallied.
crate maneuver to back Into. .
good men to release.
the site where workmen wait with black reputation aa a town of wonderful i At -- -
state, year used the same argu oak tree became were u'I Ladies
Impatiently for supplies.And : Leading Sri
LANDSCAPE Mud, in abundant crideace, urrounds the everywhere, mud mud deciding the on Florida' parole fig 1 known today when II. 1'. Ford, hPC'.
Ford Favlion.Post.Scckcrs. In the unpaved roads, mud prisoner In In 11K3 Florida released city manager, announced that blew NEW YORK turn Rise
/ of Its inmates
cent on
Ii! where lawns will sprout In April The three per zoo: new oak tires are bring lines Stevens and Paliir Mussel,
In contrast US.
mud where the crowds will lineup parole prisons set out to replace dead onea both with long carvers a* Metropolitan
pd 587 cent, the
Told The RecordJAIL to see all the wonder the mond B. '.. states per 778 cent. RKMKMRKRr [' Opera stars, will be)
per llashervllle's Central
fair will bring. Bridges Jr., High her the leading ladles of this sum
sell. The are some other figure\ i School was' winner In the debating ties mere two musical at Lincoln
Ruling Over Gifts REGISTER policy I* that : "'*.2 per cent Cali tournament of Districts \ In th \ Center
Terry L. Curtis, 17, Jtcksonvllle few of the buildings are a parole 903 per cent. Louisiana of tile Florida high school Richard

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Secretary Frank Hannah, 58, Orlando complete, virtually ready toopen. viewed by per cent and Kentucky U debating league yesterday In the Wednesday Hodges Mis Stevens announced will
each with John The Simmons exhibit was cent DeLand. On the winning team
of State Tom Adams speeding They make had .
play Anna In the Hanv
the first finished; Inside are Is Florida so low In \ Rodger
notified political candidates yesterday Henry Harman 43, Daytona 40 camp were Clarence Turner and merstein 'Th King: and I."
Beach, concealed cubicle where weary sightseer with some other Beaaley Rutledge.
that they must list the carrying a
will be able to rest on mattresses state. Marsh said It 1 Is due and Miss Munsel wilt play So.
full names and addresses of weapon Roosevelt Brown, 27, Some ask If .. PU'I FLCAMKK mill
campaign contributors. Daytona Beach, assault and bat. (for a feel. The huge Ford and a kind of of the populstlon.mTiHTira Net profit from the recent Merry slit In Widen"CHAIN Fran Lehar'e Th. .*

Adams said the ..t.te''VII"' tery. Abraham Cuyler, ta, Daytona General Motors exhibits are bags. ; qt-orrn Volusla County Fair art estimated JA (
Beach concealing property finished at least on the outside. commission's own figures at $1000.
fit It, who gave It" law Intends least one of
under lien. Renella Anderson, 42, You can see shrouded cars on the three parole Important when AS Amr.RTur.n: tee
that the and addresses
name. can
Orange City aggravated assault the circular ramp around Ford'sexhibit According to the com Two.hone wagon In splendid LINK '
of contributors be set forth InSufficient prisoner each
and Intoxication. James Ralph ; In a few months they It costs abut 11.0n.T1 condition; price 13: ing
detail that the see a prisoner
. could be reached by mallat per.ens Williams 43, Klngsport. Tenn. will be carrying thousands of Mm to relax. a year to supervise a man One large Edison phono- each lm Drm@.
contributing to the delinquencyof visitors on the ride Into the or probation than to graph! with large assortmentof
the address. a minor, Haikcll Lanark 53. past, present and future. potential him In prison. This does records; 1.10), .... 1..1......;.
Some candidates for time ESTIMTEICall
governorand Gerald C. Jackson. 43, both Adrian Dotting the grounds are the the hidden savings TRt'ANT TAIL For FREE
other offices have not been with him May
Mich., each with Intoxication. beginnings of the egg.nhaped or as getting his family Lost Tall from brown fox
listing street addressee ef contributors MARRIAGE AITUCATIO concrete phone booths where two the relief role In some fur carf. nine HE 44)500PORTRAIT

and some have used Alden Robert Parker Grove. there will be no telephone some etc. ONLY: ONE TICKET .
nicknames of the contributors. land and Dorothy Gall Peterson, Microphones and loud speakerswill some last 20 Indication are that Lost Fun containingsum (l ,
Adams, the state's chief election DeLand. Harry Chalmers Luty replace the conventional an hour changes might be mad ot money and ticket to '
officer, said he an Edgewater, and, Ann tdwards Instruments, and whole families head of the commission by the IMS Niagara Falla.spoitt. He
administrative decision to ,. Stephenson, New Smyrna Beach. can go in at neon and make tines said a .... Sen. Charley E. SCENE .. \ .
quire more Identification. Kenneth Erie Bamtie and Caral ,a collective and perhaps collect begin to relax\ ef' Starke. who bas bees I "putt" Mossmaa. holder fit I
bra l Barnette, both Daytona call. In an complete."A d In the prison system .

Sake Top Foreclosures Beach. James Robert Cos. De- Her and there yen can *ee ADDED some, ,Ime,. has suggested I '"
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Land and Loretta Josephine The ennn '
what will be a restaurant Alto "i th* commission by '
TAMPA Federal Hendren, Daytona Beach. Donald gether, there will be 111 restaurants received two to four member Such HOUSE I I'I'DALLAS' '
Housing Administration officials Stanley Ingram. Daytona at the fair not vIaorIfrorn th of the commission
for the Tampa district said Beach, and Brenda Lee Payne. counting Innumberable hot dog It'll''' take some of the power
this week that ales of foreclosed Holly Hill. William Melvin and hamburger stands pervisor from tile present triumvi
home. in February exceedednew Champion Jr., Daytona Beach MUll ACTIVITY tratlve aide Johns has backing from

foreclosures. and Brenda DonneD Sargent. You can see the exhibits taking sonally. experts In the field. FINESTis I
A. Donald Fielding said sales South D*. *nna. Harold Wilbur shape, some only bare red But the suggestion would not
totalled 419 while there were GUllngs EU ''id Gwendolyn Ann steel girders, most practically. refuse to such drastic action -
231 new foreclosures. I Pomella. both "rt' Jervis. N.Y. finished. district the district supervisor coming to DeLand

The district Include 21 counties Denied There Is Illinois' brick strut and report authority and !letting the
but the bulk of the foreclosures Claim Is hire, where an animated Abraham prisoners act only In na-

have been In Orange, Death Muddle\ Lincoln will be In ",II. These same case This .has !been sup
Htllsborough and Plnellaa coun dence. There la the Singer Bowl, however, are by officials ef two cabi INTRODUCTORY OFFERANY

ties. seating U,000, where many prtOlymlc thority to organization' Under' the
LOS ANGELES (UPI The trial fencing!, wret- tins of parole."We '* own figures some
(A4r *lMiMnl>
county this week denied $30- I ling etc.t will be held have \ the 11$ parole supervisor
000 claim by relatives of a man Thailand's temple replies. up with the resigned from the commis ONE PERSON ANY AGE

FATOVERWEIGHT mistakenly reported to be dead. West Virginia, where you can Marsh, 1962. Lack of authori
The suit accusing the county fish for trout. Parker Pro the .. Initiative could be a
of negligence stemmed from a I where a computer will select 196.1 cause of such Regular
mixup that occurred when John two men to exodus, although the com
AvallibK (. yra without d d.t.'senae.ra..n the perfect pen pal for you to
cur I r s. asn.dooaINaxY.s C. Wyngart, 91, and John Col- write to somewhere overseas. detail work" claims It la caused by f50|

S. your bask muM. IM N. .t.ugly.....fat... line to were transported to Painters scurry over scaffold Marsh pay
......... Iaaauve. ......... .. lab.In the county's General Hospital first duty of w
., w.a.ued ......... ....,... home. ing. The or.nlll.nd blue
from rest
... .. a .. ar World's Fair Fir Departmenttruck 111 protect Kill 22 valueONLY
.i.a ;t.bht after
swan. ODaaNax use When CoUtne tiled sons
.. tries to buck till tjaf tie
end. .auly OO/IINI..walhw.b, see :. "aaiseyw. e.stab. ward. It was Wyngart who was to reach a small fire In the IBM a bit of 'A. India UPTWA

... Inch, lien: sal tela reed. essha. reported dead.It exhibit Plaatle 'sheets cover be finished, India Air Forte
but e.C .leaps I? Suit bass tee until funeral .
wu not will be '' crashed Into the
e,1. f. s.t,5 b.aaaaoO many sites, "X"s are chalkedon ready
,red rCsx ...veer"'::'d..n weer f..ante, bleb,. services were being conducted] most wtndowt. ''.'ell. Already River yesterday killing
relatives discovered
Your ww.nt Inset .un., N.base' ; that the nnMun 'seem'to be aupervlslrj passed the $ persona aboard.
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waN ISIS dead man was not Wyngart He this third .
till construction.Chrysler' And the \ was country's
... tt
r.tu eat ..bad rev.f .:...*.-f.yea.04 up ass died a month later. exhibit begin to to tour the military plan. accWnt P aY r flAX

MR1..r,d. OOAINI..i.n.. tbn OUAMANTSIl 1110.04 If The county contended the take shape; this had been kept will take aa more than three I t d
set ..tI..,.. tee any ..._ lustHearn confusion apparently occurred secret but now you gas snake tour day to : *.
...hM full ts .... .... before the elderly men reached out what seems ta b* a huge
tat esa -.ea"
.....".... ....X. OOMINIX It .... the' hospital and. therefore, black working model of a futuristic
wefa TILT 1s.....I"II.:..II;M .:ri 0.5..04 OMAMOI- there was no negligence on the car and a matching workIng SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO Mt S 'C
....I 0..... .11.... put of the county.! model .( a motor flanking

the company exhibit hall. ALL HEARING AID USERS
Tier Is Schaefer's bar wkkh '
Prize Winners During The Big they claim I* tile world's long h ,..I." A 11"1 AW ,,. Ie.' ..1

Heptlrs on All Maki and Models

Sinclair Celebration last week- Th lair IN.has ITEMS licensed a eoss.parks Cords. Baiitriei, AcctttorUsv AU Pffoa Under

tit make more than 500 Clean and AdJust] Your Aid FrwSM 18 Mutt BeAccompanied
Items World's Fair bib and by
end were: salad forks, bow tie and pillows Our r* 1rHrsla. .4 Ca....*... PaJtai.

bank", and sweat shirts Atr Mania L Meha. .tr.*>

Mount (CIf1Ir Iichr4 Sits Mo mei and salt and pepper
D.e.ld biases* ... 5.M.Mertk.r shaken. ONE 8x10 SILVERTONE
Own.Jame Long, whit' trailer aaakataiwind Eta Nnh seed It, "*t.M heeds
Frak L ftttsd : th* ground bt teat ,.,.. Ata..... .,.*... tt* **SI> kt* tt ...rto. AM

w. -.... N. upIe, They will carry vWMr wlw a Group Sittings Taken" On Approval No Charge o
Mlcfcwhr dolt want to walk Or you will VOLUSIA PHARMACY
0 bade L ItIIt k. JeMfjarCtaMaV.KhgdeyJr. be able to rent a private' tad wide Selection Of Proofs :
CJein i. Irrt at til an our, Every Friday 10 I... to 1 p.m. ..
SmaVt..... lartM Helsa It will generally k.* ready
XL Her sad ........ a
ban N. L ,**.. MO.CLUM Mm April
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A. "..*... lkktTylrCeeff 2 DAYS ONLY!

A. ...... Petty Us*.

I.*J.MWltM C. L ...,.,. March 7th. '

1Mb StM. A *>MlkarOn YEaf ME311't' ,mod, wo+w Saturday,

MaM of all West Yolusli Setfli.. abut. Morvdaiy, March 9th .

I g A.M. to' P.M-
balers I want to express my apprecJitien I OL

for your making our Grand Opening such a I u.t:8: NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ....




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Editorials NOTllit 01' IUITbrE'

.f.W.91'.1! omttJt:.

, Employe Moved Now You Know ,.I.fIlttDAu.1 ttpb'itTvo..

Ads Sold 'Don't 1FiolBe1EveiY| Now and Then ay United ".... ( ternitlenalTe (,HANC.R"ilL.Lt'lilA COUNT 1m. B
Keep People After '
Complaint ot
We Mention Civil American. M.SMHI l'1al"lIff.u.aL.urDn.
Rights! Natural FBatory to pew leek .

... TALLAHAttKE (UPI ABeverag. Cttjr, to fee largest mweum In BS.. 6-. ..
Keepiaj I customer *6ld" is one of the essential Department employs the worid acerong to the Of TWB NAMK Or 'trait TPATB

functions of advertising A first cale Is of was moved from Miami to GubiMM Book of World TO:OF AI.aUANI"ItR FLORIDA: :: ZBKA

little value to the retailer. Each store must have Tallahassee following a complaint Record It has 33 acres of Ton whew ar* hereby rwldanr notified. la unknown that slot,

I by the state auditor about floor apace in 19 interconnected has this day hn I Inttltuttd aninttoti
regular customers before it can become profit. ii his travel allowance Director buildings > In tan. cam by Pamela, EllthZra
retailer advertising $? Richard B ; the n.ture of tilt suit I I. a
able. FOr both and manufacturer Keating said yesterday lioness: nu ass herbyreuslre'i
massive I' I The Florida Everglades snakebird t* IMww or t41ia
is the method of stimulating
only Keating said Tallahassee (anhinga) swims with Its plead m m. -- en .r ktror*
was April I, tee W serve a espy
repetition of purchasing made the official headquarter body submerged and Its long M your newer, ar plendlnn nnon.
reminder that neck up like a periscope. Fred R Brannon, Jr. Box (. New
Advertising is a constant acompany of Sonny Mann, an admlnlstra wmyrns Reach Florida, :MVI,.,

or a product Is still serving the consumer tlve assistant to the director, on LtOAL NOTICaeNOTICE for publlahed Plaintiff one TAI..a week entire for ahall f h(ircitnMrutlv *

: July 1, 1M3 the day followingthe wk la t>. T1-
developments ,1
Also It provides information on new 1 close of the audit period TO CRtDITOn' $ Land Ki.. New"
IV TUB COUNTY JUDOEotKT WITNE88: hand end sal this
t giving the consumer assurance that He no longer draws per diem -:. LAND FOB YOU'81A ltd day of Marchr, IAme

J! he is getting up-to-date goods and services.It !. pay for time spent in Tallahassee > 'I':%'TT. FLORIDA. JM PRO. JESMATKAa:
BATH!:' Clerk of the Circuit Court
for and IN HE!!: EST A T!! OP> : )
maintains store product.
prestige The audit, which was not ELEANOR CRES8HAWIARTPNT. 8E1:y */ RACHEL ANDREWS8ygi.
The multimillion dollar advertising budgets ofbtV' i ) ... known aaKLtANOa ?*g
made public until :yesterday said : ,CKK.NSHAVVK: '.
although Miami listed INt..**... _
would be wasted if appeals was as
T* aU creditor and all nereonahaving NOTICE TO CRBOIYOMIX '
sales. relentless the official headquarter of claim or demand THE COffNTY JCDOES
resulted only in single Through
1 Mann, he actually spent most of asaJnat said aatautYou COURT. IN AXD FOR VOLtSIAtWTMT
their resells times. and each of you, are beret FLORIDA, IV PRO.
advertising many his time la Tallahassee at full
notified end required to preeentny 1 BATE. .114<'4
faces the diem allowance Travel claim and demand which OF"
The hometown retail store same per
you or either of you, mar kayoi.lnet 1A &VrJllrK
l'persistence ba4J HP. DonatedTo .
vouchers also Indicated the'd a thassist. of EleanorCrerehaw and all
problem of reselling which commands the attention *ll creditor resins
MarUny also known a*
:Mann transportation having olalma or demudsecainse
Fleinnr Crenahaw. d. ....4. Iste said ....1.'
of the national manufacturer. A store really
numerous time to go to his of Vnluala County, Florida, to the Ynu and each of you, are hdrhvnotified
.feces to exist in the mind of the local con Miami home for the weekend, tounty his office Jndi In or the Voluela County I Countyat Court, and. ,. "I.d to ..,...nt
and demands which
clalma .
,sumer when it n6 longer proclaims its own the report said. hnu.. la o.r...... Voluele Count any either of you. me* hare yuor lr t
within all month from the ante of GBRTRIDB!: 1LKCHN
merits. Every retailer has competition next the Sate of the first publication damned, late of Value a
b hereof All claim and demand County. Florida. to the Hon John

J door or in a nearby. city. That competition is In not the nreeented manner within preaprlhed! the!: time herein and 8. 'RylnMon Countv. Countv at his Judr offlr of,In Vu.lush the.

always quick and eager to fill a vacuum created hall! b. haired .. provided by ,law County inurthoi In DaLand. To.luela .
Daily Dated .February llth AD. 1tA4. County. Florida, within six
of consistent which /( DELMAR C. MARTEN months from the 4.tor the R.t
: by the absences advertising
1 1t A. Executor of the Lan Will. publication hereof All! claim' and
eAnstantly resells.-Laurel Leader-Call t and Testament of EleanorCrenehaw demand. not wtaanted within the
Marten slat known
4f Almanac tine and In the manner vreacrlhed
+ + Eleanor c.h."h.ce*.ed. herein share ha haired a* provided

nJ r.ntn.I1.M1NOTlea. TDa'ed March SAD. 1MIi
Disease Of Week Of SUIT
ly Unite *>raaa ''''.'IIIII.ft.1 Order ef *>unlleatl* A* Eecutnr:, of the tan win
Today U Thursday March 5, IV 'rncPI't COURT CF) THE!: end Tentament of OERTHVTB
Of all the warnings about what might happen the 65th day of 1964 with 301 IN AND FOR VOLtPTA rot'N. MATTINOT
r Attorney* for th. BatataIII
c from excessive watching of television' Chlnoery No, I1170 DIV B V'fat Hirh Avenue
The moon is approaching its Dlttrlck, J. Wrflman. Jr. etc, DeLand, Florida,
ruined muscles curvatureof PldntifMarti Bi a, JOHN B MATTfNOLtM
: eyesight atrophied .t1fgt7 last quarter .1.U'I-H

the spine no one foresaw that an entirely The evening stars are Venus Wrflmam ate. et atDefend.nt. NOTICE Of SUIT

'new disease might be generated.It's and Jupiter tM THE HAMS!: or THE STATEOP W THE!!: 'tRCt'IT trtt-RT <*iF THE
J On this day in history FLORIDA, > -! !. CrRCUl1'TS

I being diagnosed as "TV rnedicitis" by Dr. In 1170, the Boston Massacre TOl TUB FOLLOWING WHOSE LADY TnCFFVnAVTS KNOW: -, TY.ANT FLC'IRIOA.N FOR.VOLLSU COUJ..

:). M. Aibinder of New York City. rI occurred u British troops fired ADI>RF8R AND PLACE OF CHANCERY ]NO.' .Ml DIY. 0
on civilian- RESIDENCE: IS: Mr*. Barbara CHARLIE SMITH Plalntlfl
viewers become .,. Han and William J. Han, her : ". .
I, According to the doctor some R
J I WASHINGTON tIElata V In 1933, election return In husband, 142 Marred tlndeata, LAIR SMITH Pefandant:
so caught up in medical dramas that they MERRY4Q.ROVND Germany gave the Nazis and California: )f... ,Vlofe Wtrfel- JN THE! VAMP OF THE 8TATBOF
man UM Caaal Road Pa- FLORIDA
Identify with, the actors and think they have their Nationalist allies 52 percent rifle" Palliadea. C..urnrnl..ft" TO: LAURA SMITH reildence' and
Mr. Hlldevard Bwartout andY address unknown,
Wall Street ol the seats In the Reich
caught the disease being portrayed. Lee ....rto,,'. hrr huahandPCI YOU ARM HP.REflT: MvnrrEft:
I stag. Box 11. Chrlatenited St. that a complaint for dlvorr ha.
"Convinced they have the disease, they visit Romney Company's Funds In 1953 Soviet Premier Josef Croix US. Vlnln la. and* been filed ...1"., you hv Charlie
Tou are hereby required to fll. mllh, and you are required In file
.their doctor and even request the treatment they ChatterNEW Stalin died at his apartment in with the Clerk of this Cnurt vouren in answer or other reapnmtv
the Kremlin at the of 71. to the Bill of Complaint pleading I to th* comnlalnt for dl.vorce .
taw administered on television" he says. age riled h..ln. You In the In the office of the Clerk of
The Communist governmentsaid .M' entltl.4 ...".. nn en beforelb. the Circuit Court of the *.v'nth
I This might be an idea for the rating services. Seen Involved In Politics he had been stricken with llrrt, day of March AD 104 Judicial I'Irr 1111. .In and for V lue'a
YORK (UPI) Inv.... and .nr.e a cone thereof nnnn Count, Florida, on or hoforo the
t Along with asking viewers what they are watchIng a cerebral hemorrhage Murray flam, nlalntlf attorney 0th day of Ann!. )i u and you are
I Inca Research Co says ''The In 1962 Premier Khrushchev herein, whoa addreii I I. Fisher further reoulred to serve a copy
at the moment they could inquire about what tax cut will be decisive BilMIn. DeLind Florida "n*. of your an..... or responsive oltad.
a sustaining
warned the Soviet governmentthat Land Sun I'' ...." la hereby " InR to the complaint' for Aiv.rce
diseases they are suffering m. This would reveal force In the 1964 bust the IIvenypar plan was In nated. aa the nowananer ,la which rm the ninlntlff attorneva, Ho ell!
1 rREW' : PEAUONWASHINGTON tlnlz the this order shall ... puhllehed one Rirhv, Montiomirv Rends :a4
advance but
carefully qualification will
not only current standings but ness not trigger terlpus danger as a result ct a w..k for 4 coneooutiva weeKaHFRBIN Tonrad Bulldlni. DeLand. ,. Flores" ,
program any Oorg Rum- et each man h* recommends. a big boom within the next agriculture( management.A : : FAIL NOT OR A TFCRPP on or before the afnreiald' date

I e! carryover, from previous weeks' shows lily, the handsome Governor of In the case of one boy Sen. year. ENTERED: PRO: CONFFSSO AnAINBT: YOU WTLI FOR PB If vou fall,,\ do. *o taken. a dacrea atalnit.ramnfeeia

don + don Michigan! and his Ramblers are Mundt may have been more "Not only does this view thought for the day-Josef 8T'C-H FAILLHE you for the relief demanded .In UeCtrnnlnint
Th. "natnr of this suit la a bill for divert1.
headed ttr .
interested in the
more protests political background make sense from an economic Stalin once said: 'In the for dlvoroeWITVE8M, WITNC mv hand and *sal at

1 Borrowers funds because et the use ot corporate of his parents thaa lathe standpoint, it la the verdict ot U.S.S.R. work is the duty cf :vends I My hand tnunty and, Fiorina*e1 atneLanit thin DeLand Jrd. day Vnluala of r""ftt'l Florida I'M.

for political purposes youthful candidate. They are the stock market. The market very able,bodied citizen according this 17th day of February AD. .8"ShMAr' *,
Last year a stockholders' suit his strong supporters. ha had a :year to contemplatethe to the principle of he >M4. Clark of circuit' Coon DeLaa,
jr t MATHA8A v"'h'''la Comtv. Florida
TK rdueh-dtecuued tobacco report failed, was tiled. stalest American Motors Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gage have implications of the tax reduction who does not work, neither Clerk riwult Corp (OFFICIAL BEAU
I :JUimny, and RIchard I been active In the South DakotaTaxpayer The market doe not shall be eat" Voluala Coanty, Florida by: RACHEL A DREVT: *.
The Baltimore Sun iniUts, in at least one aspect C OftclAL 8EALS Den itv Clerk
r Cross present board chairman Association which baa wait until an event occurs, it By RACHEL AVPRCTtSMIOISTa KIRBY MONTOOMIRY
-It did net point out that borrowed cigarettes for using" funds to promote Romaey sponsored the so.called "Liberty anticipate months in advance. bulk of stocks moving upward. Donut Cinch HOWELLs-p .

'contain exactly the tame properties u bought 'a political ambition Amendment' to abolish the Income If the tax cut were to stimulate This situation does not exist We F ?n.21-M b-15 hv Attorney: 'nI !LROO plaintiff, van WEftr
tax This is of the are in a flat environment witha NOTIce 0" INTENTION TO "."4 (""nr." RId...
t The suit contends/ that American part a boom in the economy, *) FICTITIOUS NAME
cigarettes Motors public relations. John Birch Society program> and the market would be In a full- select body of stocks scoring In rompllanc with lentlon tea it PeLand. Florida ?.1.11.11.?

I Every office abounds with several reformed executives spent their time workIng WWlam E. Stone, head of the fledged bull market with the food advances," laned Florida' Tilll Statute redater 19il with the the under'Clericof NOTICE or sUIT

smokers who have quit that Is they have quit for the election of Romney alI drive, lists 700 different/ government th* Circuit Court In and for Vo IV THE CIRCtTIT CTlCRT or
luala County th ofproof
Instead borrow What delegate to Michigan Constitutional agencies for abolition, regional director In Texas He \Is Forbes Investographs, Inc.says ., of 1millr.tinn of* thin n.m., THE SEVENTH: JfTMClAL CIR.CtlT .
buying cigarettes. they Convention and after ranging from Social Security to now President of the Unjted "Last week, we agreed t".IP..,..* Hound A flirt Khnohinlnru ( Ol'NTY IV: AND FLORIDA FOR VOLLtLI.

I ,to do about the cigarette borrower might well that to elect him Governor. The the Veterans Administration to States that the market could easily it> union which" at 14 nS* a are. Voluaa.nw..1t' AT*I".. IN CHANCERY NO 3d,040. DFV. B

1 be the next big study by the. Surgeon General' case la now pending and depositions all UN activities After Hunter left government right on through 800. "It Orant under* uned City: Ire Fl*..the and owner that the of CHARLIE y. SMITH Plaintiff,
did and has
The minutes of the third annual further to go. PFARI. SMITH: Defendant
Committees. The Raleigh (N. C.) News and are Ming taken. meeting ot the South Dakota he became president of the aid huin.Sn.JAMES, B. 4> BETTY J rKTFRftNOTICI : 1THE NAME OF THE STATE
What the stockholders don't American Institute of Baking M.541.15-0. OF FLORIDA

Observer,\ ?."" Jr"l" ,?,* know Is that right now American Taxpayers Association. Au,. 13, where he brought Industry intermediate Spear Staff correction says "While la always an OF 'UITIX TO. PEARL ..SMITH... unknown. reildenc

'Motora Is supplying a 1961, are signed by Mrs Dale together with government In setting THE OIRcrtT '* !'RT. 8EV. YOUnAAAI HEREBY NOTiFIED> :
Cage, secretary, and the treasurer possible, there are no ENTH JUDICIAL CIKCflT, IV that a complaint for dlvorr, .has
M000 CM to Arthur Elliott: Jr, up safeguards for health definite of AND FOR V01..lIlLCOtiTT.. been filed against yen hv Charll
signs a major top
Michigan's, Republican State report was road by Mr*. and standaida for good bread. lLC>Rir>A Umiih and you are rrnulred ,.. file
1 Violet Byg, acting in the absence as >'et. Thus, we think there la TV <'HASCr.Rf10.: M Ml T>IV. B an .n....' or other ...""n"".
DEAR ABBY Chairman and Romney's campaign Howard retired from the Institute still Justification\ for buying OESRRAI. OtARANTT ilORTOAOE peariina' In the complaint' for dl.lorce .
manager for Governor of the treasurer, Dale of Baking a couple of H>:MPANINC. In the offlre of the Clerk o(
Gage lester known Issues which are a corporation eriranlaed and Oh. "Ioul' court ot the Reventh
On Feb 14 Elliott drove a months ago and moved to Florida selling at a reasonable price. eriallni undor the rate of the Judicial I I'lrrull.I In and for Ve.
t tOn $4006() Rambler The political activities of the to rest There after 50 years of II.t or Florida, Plaintiff. 1 :.le t'nu.l\\h Florida, on or ho.
Better Call Ambassador. parents should not be held earnings ratio and which havea rnKERMTT ire th* day of April A D11H4 .
working for his fellowmen
license tag ZK2443 to a meeting actively good growth record." SORRY' TIPTON end you are further r. ulr."
against the son; but neither he got tired ot resting andquietly and USDA TIPTO. tin' wife. tn urn a copy ef jour anewr .r
.t. as the official representative ot should they help to get him o..n<1""'.. I..Ln.l.c ,,1..ltl11or In the r."'
the Republican Party went on to Join Harry Magnesium is the lightest of TO: KFRMIT BOBBY TIPTOS plaint' for dlvorr on the olelnt ff iattornevai
p pb appointed to one ot the top government Hopkins FDR, and the others the commercially used structural and LINDA TIPTOP his wit.I ""...11. Klrhv Mentanm.erv .
Doctor ;'l Agein'on Feb 11 Elliott was schools et the nation 1 I" Aanl Street HanHa pat Conrad I'ulldIIlW.
who battled
thelt'f'at Depression. Wt Ahavllle, DeLand. Florida, en ar before the
seen delving this car to a political unless be la one et the state atop North Carolina aforesaid iiy science, class at Michigan qualified students, both morally and t. any and all either etHics If von fall to do *o. a dere we
UIGAD. State A-.o" thnteue PImIe elalmlrr' any rlaht, title. and. or In. _f..... will h* taken. nalnetyon
T.u.ICUN University, and schnlasttcallyDEATH tereet In and to th* fnllowln, ... for the relief demanded la U*
in Winter
The car la registered !In the OF NEW DEALERA I. arnhed property. let wilt. comntelnt, : *for mv divorceMTNEB hand. ant seal ..

r CEARABITt> ,W. !, have Men married forty.two name cl American. Motor Cow mla who used to employ LOT 11, rot PINE:. tuvnr. 53t.TATES eLnd. Vei, .i. <'ouoty. Florida,
and ACtOM .l 1M4.
year an bent la our\ sixties. My husband has always poration. about a million Americans gave thereof
1 Skate for rise aa recorded In Jells MATHM
been a ladies' man, but the .older he gets, the Under the Corrupt Practices up his earthly work the other day. wintry apart* 5D ue.Mr.w s Plat Boob II Pate Ml. of the ..? of Olnmlt. Court. DLan4. ,
worse he gets, He ha to have a woman doctor, a Act a He was Howard 0. Hunter, once 4 4Vtwar 1 Martian puhllo Reeord el Voluaia Voliwa County. Florid.
corporation cannot make County, Florida, OFFICIAL IPH r.)
woman barber, and ba will never let a man wait oa him a political head of the WPA. which, during twlrhyspwh so= (.... br RACHEL AYDREIFI.Mm're .
i In a store II be caa get a woman. do it. If contribution. Further.more the height of the aow VUM ) AL"O KNOWN U' 1200 PI". r'.,
t neighbor a defense contractor can. Depression, put a Water vehicle 11 hall.. astrue. Jlldn PHVS. H..lly Hilt Florida HOtTTT KTRBT. MONT IOMER; '
woman drop la to visit with me, eves It he II busy out. not make hundreds of thousands of peopleto 11 Rodent Ktan. ca- SANDS,
a political contribution land 17...u..tIeti ., TOU ARE HEREBY: : "TTFIED Attorney for plaintiff,
tide, h* come right ta and, take over, and I seldom get work. U mtamr
American Motor does defense 14JapaiMrutM a oIwt baSSet! that lb. Plaintiff. OKNtRAL: : hv: '*/ TFOV O. van. WERT:
.. a word In. Also, when the moat Innocent remark la made, work CoY, Romney la sttfl the Hunter took over the WPA la II Mineral, nc* 1 Wealhareoctt OlARANTT MORTdAt.K tTM-. J"4 Conrad Bld.,
his eyes light h* a dirty smirk hit face aid 1931 and continued .. .) PANt, LNC. a corporation stare.lied NLand.. Florida
a up get on largest single stockholder la until 1943 11 hllllnl" 34Cs rlaid. end enlacing end. the .Iawsof \.11-U.MAOVSRTISIMSNT
i he twists It around to make It sound smutty. I am at American Motor. when wartime Job made It 1Ir--.:; r.=-m.sib .=ttl lcsL3 NMsis eeaoto eSilte the state of FOnnle. has '
tatd suit aaalnit you I IS tn ttr. FOR BIOS
the end ot any: repe. DM: this happen to ALL men whea MUJTDT unnecessary He was one of the 1..1a. boat ss awdwd II rwe air A teotMlealSurmise suit Court of the .ntH Judicial Prelect. Offlee Furniture, loelnd.
.Wey get oa ia ;years? COMPLAINS last of the New Deal executives spite 17 naacnied 40Puff, -so (':Irenit, m and 1nT Vtua County. Inf Ctrfetlns A S.un* SyaWf

DIRTY OLD MAN'SW3CDEAR ether Sea Karl Mundt R.S.D., sad, who tried to allsvlate unemployment 22 Humble Aavief f1tI ::gr:: : Les : =....) Y and.I.oaawdtSe Florid fnrtcloa, th** that natur certa*f>ln the nvtrtKaff Mil l5e .* Ceurt. h....Chris.." Ano., New Smyrna8ea

: WTFXI: N*. Tur husband could be mart In South Dakota have One other who still It hll\lftJ' 1a Mrs.e aaiaibw .1eQ d ti.t rl2va which.. .nruniliw. the. ...... d._. Sealed hlda win ta '
Uuu a "dirty old mar." .. could be sick .. engaged la considerable discus- survives nbed _"rty Mid enemy the Voluala County Roard of Cenmsacen.n
a *. Dooms Is Aubrey Williams, who u ins *iti>at d sad M Btd In tea ., .
: the offtca V.
have thla add should Hen over my recent report that IJ 14 I' I' II pa II lua,. iounty. Floiiil TOO .and of the .
seen type OM M* yours Neat wa director ot the National lima Connty Board of Canmia.honer '
.. .
he had. recommended tor the MAmraiItWlthatfadlf each ef you ere .y roiuIrMto *, DeUaad Florida until tone
Administration Ii II' non your Anwr with tae Clerkof
DEAR A311Tf Today, while I was en the school bus service acsdemlea two Pierre Under both Williams and Hun. tmraMwdairhveaMsvUkl th* Oreull. (tmirt. I I. eel for March 1l'f,... B.T 11Iul'lltlu.Th. .

the bus driver hit a dot .AU of us kids told him' about High, School students who tad ter for a time was a young man t, ,. 5 Vein.a ropy C.untr thrre.l even 0I"t1 ent" wr.e. and Form af RIG, Form of Can.trart .

It and all he said "'... '1 am aware of that. Abby, hedidn't been caught shopUfttac while o* named Johnson who served saBAM8ONE' a M, Crafty riiitft.eae II 1 m WfiDII'S.* : Halno of th*.Ward tram of. S"4 WinderedlK ParkAvaan 'a"" ". la apeeiftrittlnni th* 'tlee ..f mar William See

even step to tee U the dog was dead or not. Up a basketball tour mitt *. Hone. Shin.r Park. Flnr. a A a4. FaiMM tactPI: Architect totaled atBeach

until now I have always thought of thla bus driver at a Sen. Mundt hat said that I .do Sbadenll 1''" .15 D .Ma. Attorney" for Plaintiff, ,In Ih.aev. 1Ie.,1I. ........ Street rarsens
g. .
.. ,
artmn en the
nice person. How I don't want to look at Urn.' : None olu smeared the young men Zena EDrtatIGN3 : ti': pa ., ID iIJ der 01 April. art or, .les enw*a tk CtI; fIr.r.IXT:

kids could do. a thing' Curly and Gary Cage, both ot ., J. P...., robN. II a Pr.. Cen ewe. wilt S. = PantrKtumenle woO to for*.

J t LOVES DOCS Df KOKOMO. IND. Pierre and !had magnified "somenwl4) ..wu 118 r ID apuia.c It yen.rc ORDPRRn time th'. bepeh5rhed *Hhe4 f SI "t ..A..uaIaI tin set t* ennui eat etprtnnnn
t DEAR LOVES DOGS I U tweat already dwMa and youthful prank as folder ,.. !aft a nowipnier 1. .Mtamt.b"...... Rat In VohiXCmniir :r....." and malllnc
... ten wear push sal tfcey win eerfelaly: take M up being evidence, ef some ertm1nalchar.cttrlllUn tAN U* M1t'A MMlfrTO ItSmaM ; Florid.. ewe etch wk waive The wmr*p. Inf mw... .. eke rttrht t.
1-11 .. r rmelloea *r t* r*>
with the school aalherlUea. The bus criver aMld have and intentions" W'-VRr* fOl.K "fe gc..1CQIe: pl F''" for WITS f. r Ef nueet'n* th.*hand*** week M U" Clerkof Each.,. or all tiM*.

stopped ail done what he could !. help the ,. aalmaL Since shoplifting la South Dakota 'WI"' the Circuit levrt. Vohixa Ala K*bidder eerurttv man rfeanrtt wtt%
j Bad the bus driver bee sOon, the crime weuid. art have I* a misdemeanor until the *9 wutrt rut Wtfcf :: (.'I...MKt niy. Plorlria.. thla the ire day form and uhrt. tothe la t Joe ewlditws.D emoeot..
I bees test but to have set such la found H .r- .. tcI II IN4.JERK 'r""Y a peer example tar acbJw person guilty the third XO tAS i'T'dtt'heA *7twaat. MATHA IAA.reN.
rVrk of ". Clrmtt Omvty ........, .
cUMred la tnexcoMhle. time, I am delighted to concur lit '" ; mac withdraw hi* W .
Dcnne. .
9013 L11v A we ftV>lK U ; RACHEL. ANDRawa within
9 e a a a thirty MI day* after th*
that the
boys were not engagedIn IPreeataUe pewrr ClerkTmter &ct"I 4a,. of 15. corning
DEAR ABB?: At Christmastime t gave my boy a criminal escapade The ( fral,1Uth4. PJI ,sa *flIT.t.: DLJI. 1IAiNU a. ieund; MARRic M. :xrJ:; :

friend a leather wallet and a pair of silver cuff links. He shocking part of the story, how. a r.owtnetf rutsARO15 weeae d C arty C.n .ui
4 WaweMe to .... .......... Pwwa
e VMHa _
gave IB* ball point pn with the name el aa Insurance ever was Oat school authoritieswith YtIWrIt 5< Par. Fort4 I>e.*...,C"P5wt5'
t compasy oa It. For Valentine Day. I gave him a U by whom I talked said tJlat1'JI'jUft1IIj Ma M.a.SS.

J | II tinted picture of myself la a ml pretty. tune, and .as set aa uncommon x; : ', ti': .------;;-;:-

he dada give me anything. What slyest prank among high school pew .i SaOtTUUJk ptliltlTS B, FsUHK OTrwjll'J'

I oil L JAnrt d.a ra. If se this .la a sad cam- :.r.. e

DUB UH1'f Ket row key fttaaVDEAR meat M cur prmnt, day KhoaU 41 ', 5IGjf.1IK'IJIOI: : .,, ,
a ass moral standard 1'1' 1I31 eaBllS 10:1I: (OFUSIeGfr1

ARBYt The Item la your column "Con Looking\ further, when students r g 1 1 1'IViftt

\\ fidential to Buffalo !WI. Do net resent rowing eld. ft are picked for a free educationIn 7 : ?

la a privilege denied to many" hit me hard, Aboy I amt the V.!. Naval Academy and ii1 1 .1

a year-old widow with two small children, I sad I. My the U-'", Air Force Acailrmy a* /

husband waa 27 years old when he dlrd ot electric shock were there two boys, they gH

at his 'Job. If people only knew bow lucky they were to some of the choicest educational
have each other scholarships u lb. land and the f

HEARTBROKEN IN EATAV1A N. Y. taxpayer Us a right to know i 1

Get It off your chest For a persoeil. unpublished money la being spent Furthermore t l jj d

reply, writs to 'ANY, Box UK. Bevtrty! Hula, Cant.Ejicl tie Senator wk male*;* e wJ

r *** a *t Bfed, fetf-addreued uvtlop the ttcnrnmndaaoM moat aou- *' I 1", JWW -

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PersonalsContinued from Page Si I (Continued from Pan 80O Bridge (Continued from Page Six
Guard Of FEC
PropertyCharged St Cloud, Lakeland and St. have had a* their guest her sis- nits Button. Mrs Grace
Club Events ten Mn. Martha Brown of By OSWALD MCOBYxorra Noble Mrt. IVtrenee Rexttrd

PetenburiCASSIA! VISIT Muskegon, Michigan, and Mn. If.......s geknvhe A- Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Rider
Bees and J. It. McMUrhael and Helen Wall of Miami. Their Mn. Lulu Taylor, Mrs RobertJ.
With Robbery (Continued from Page Six) Gladys and George Slxma visit mother. Mn. Florence Heam Ransom Sr.
has been moved to Sanford. The I Mill Jean GleaaoD. daughter
play again the men (Chicken ed Mr. and Mn. Henry Tannerin
afternoon, .'OItU" daughter Nancy, Is AMIVMI1 of Mr. and Mn. a C. Cltasen
Hawks) starting at 1:30: p.m; Cassia Sunday
March 7, IS teams 'will play at coming home by the way of much Improved and Is back on of Cherokee Ave.. was on tea

I ST. AUGUSTINE (UPD A The retired] colonel then reported City Island; March t. M walkIng Alexander Springs The Mc her Job In Michigan.Mr I AAQ10. JUS drtn'a Tallahassee Hat at tile last state semester.untver.
and Mn. WlUlam Wilderof day
old singles stetting at S '.m., Michaels sie spending" sometime
I 22-year- private detective was the incident to St Johns
: WIlT Jean la and is
i Holly Hill were vlnltmi at the a Junior majoring
lunch and coffee will be I in their trailer at Land O-
j charged with highway robbery County authorities, who arrested bring
Not shown In the blind and
Peter Event hone Mrs. Not show teaching exceptional
I and extortion this week after Us ery several houn later and served; March 10. It teams will I Lakes Park and 'will leave for
being convicted of posing at a I found Lemando's whisky and play at Winter Park: March 11, I their home in Quincy next week Fled was able to go out for a BOOTH (D) children.BETIR.V HOME
I 12 team from Edgewater New Mn. Herb Morris and Mn, ride with them. I .A
policeman and terrorizing a beer and a receipt for $25 In
, dew Jersey couple. I the detective's car. Smyrna Beach) will\ play at Myrlc Dusenbury attended a There is quite a delegation VAE0710itaas Mr. and hire Walter Wister
; Orange City home demonstration craft meetIng from the Etna Maine colony good have returned to their
Eulie Rexford
Ussery, an em here this winter In fact then TM home in Sioux City Iowa, after
March 13. the Voluila County and display at Delay last
of the
ploye Tri Stree Detective
Mixed Doublet will play at Mainland Thursday an about twenty in .. Sntunday. Both llnenbl pending a month with Mr and
, East Agency hired to guard Florida New Smyrna Beach). Recent guests of Mr. and Mra. Mrs. Beverly Murray and ..... "..* Needs KM Mrs Ashton Nell of N. Carp n.
Coast Railway property, TelevisionPrograms Orange City has seven teams entered R T. Penner and family were father' Mr. Garland of Carmel V I. SV 144V ter Ave. Mn. Nell and Sires
Was bound over ta Circuit Court In this tournament; March bin parent, Mr. and Mn L. C Maine, stopped to say hello to PaM Pus Paz Westergond arc sisters.

PORT PIERCE: (ITI) A 1$, U teams will go to Edgewater Penner of Miami and his uncle r's the Maine people Opening laA-4K The Rev. Mr. arid Mrt.
Florid Eat Cent to play: March 18, Orange and aunt Mr. and Mn James Mr. and Mn Emmett Crsn- Charles Peterson of Camellia
worker said Railway City wW again boat the Voluala Muter of Pittsburgh. The Millen r'i dill of Illinois an visiting his Park were on a trip ta the west
Tuesday 1M winbeaten County Champion of Champion had been spending a month In aunt, Mary Dearborn. U Hamlet had played bride, coast for several day this week.
by twe men who wanted .DI'.... NOTCIfntnm Tournament that was rained out Miami and stopped for three The Rev. Kenneth and GlarljiCuitsnc he might have soliloquized "To In Madeira Beach they were
Urn to "quit his Job or "w.'UIdD mtoTMttM M ...*.>!.. on Feb. II; March 19 and 30: days visit In Lake Helen on their were greeted by one fines.* or not to finesse That the guests .of Mr.. Peterton'i
yon. ky Ik. .(.*!... CRC ta Mklttt .. Daytona Beach will boat the Invitational way north. The L. C. Pennen of the largest crowds of the season U the question." brother and II.tINn.l.w, Mr.,
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Sheriff J. R. Norvefl said loan.,....,a'I.TM... Sun frfnm. last M Mw M mt Men's and Ladles' returned to Miiml. when they conducted their Now, how would you go about and Mn. Vincent Peterson whit,
George O. Bruaw of Hollywood .....* M UN .....4.!.. HMH kwlMkami Doublet at Peabody dub; March Mr. and Mrs George Lomb i first service last Sunday. Before plsylng t day', band The East are spending a month then In
wee "bxaten by two unidentified .. 23.24, the Could Trophy Tournament of Grteniburg Pa., Hopped for a arriving in Caimdaga they and Watt Cards are not shown Indian ROcki: the Petetl n.'
men shortly before midnight erase-Tv. CIM.**I .. tartM will be held at Ocala; this a visit with Lena Lamed and visited the Virgin Islands and but you do get a king of spades visited Mr. and Mn. Frialf
Monday. ..... orte4WDBOTV. la an amateur mixed doubled. family and had supper with them conducted a service at the opening; Bird.
CIIa..... .. OrteM Orange City has held this trophyfor lilt Sunday. NEWEST PROJECT- Metaphysical Science Church In After winning the first trick DINNER GLUTS t
S en the felony charges by Peace wu-Tv, ckM a OtaW the pant two yean and will Charlotte Herrlngton of St. few yean ,this Air Miami. Thry.teI..t home to you cash the ace and king ol Mr and Mrs Clarence Coblsi,
I Justice Marvin Crier TMUHIOAV 'aviMIMLSI again try to keep It; March 25. Petersburg spent a day at her manned orbital their friends at Brigham Hall.. trump and both opponent fol. or Englewood wire dinner guests+
Ussery also was convicted of (I) a... *f Oivrk. 13 teams will play at Mainland; home here last week. (MOL) may be hurled Tuesday night a large groupof of Mr and Mn. Osman, Thomas'
six misdemeanor charges! by It) Hurkltb.rrr H.UBit March 28. Orange City will be A TENDS HEDDINO apace by olid-fuel rends honored the Custances low.Do you want to try for a lot last Thursday. Their guest
Crier and sentenced to 10 I':; Ill( > Ural ann.... ...dll... hOlt to 12 teams from City It- bin Myrie Dusenbury attended At present It to the at a duck dinner at the Causa- of tricks or do >ou want to Saturday were Mr. and Mri.,
months in jail In connection I.tO Its N.wwpII ... ., land and March 27 Coronado will the wedding of Mike Laite States' rewest space data Hotel. make sun of bringing home Evan Perk and Mr and Mrs
with the case which Crier It)) :0 r.rev.It<.ws T. T come here: March 3031. there and CeCe Crice at the College It is made up of a Iw Things mint be" mighty quiet your contract? U you want to Dana Brewiter of Streetabere,?
called "the strangest I've ever see: .11 Z-;,...... ".UII.,. avert.42t will !be a mixed doubles at Kitilmmee Park Methodist Church Orlando apace capsule and a around Fern Paul's home play life, you should start Ohio. The two couplet were en
fctard." 1'J :0 how,. sorts : more about this later last Saturday morning Mike lathe Iced cylinder about the Fern' granddaughter, Paula proceeding by leading a low route home after spending two
Gl'ARDI G CROSSING Sal C) Hunll..,- rtnkl 7 Many games are scheduled for son of the Rev. and Mn. of a small house Lunsrrum and children. Paul diamond toward dummy. U weeks In the southern part of
The peace Justice said U ery 14t (It ft> rnmmt\a. .4 Stirrer the month of March and It Is Luther Lute Mn. Luther LaileIs which astronauts may and Cindy, and Althea Montgomery East wins with the queen you the itate.Mn. .
'was guarding an FEC crossing 1.00 it ""I.m'. hoped( the weatherman will co- the former Thelma Duien- aloft for a month. left for their homes in will have touted a trick right Jennie P run tie I of
rear the town of Durbin Tuesday .4)i| Virile Hunting **mMO .ritklnii operate.! I bury, sister of Myric Dunenbury Nf'w"nrle on Saturday morning out the window. No matter Jameitown. N.Y MST fluveUa
when he leaped in his car IJl ""m,,". HoullonID GUI COMA TEST who grew up In Lake Helen The Fear Overcome Monday morning Fern's sister, which opponent wins the trick, Norton MST Gorton Jones and
and chased down and stopped a ) ?rl..ordII FllnoinnMI Members are reminded to ilgn I marriage service was conductedby Hazel 1 Kill'''. left fnr Walnut however, you will be lure to I toni Franklin and Ceorte of
car driven by Albert Lemando : .11 Rtwiiid, up for the glaucoma eye test the bridegroom's grandfather, In Itcscuc ) Creek California for a vlilt bring home your contract. New Smyrna Beach were guests
a tourist from New Jeney.Ussery lit (1)tat Dr.Donna K lid.n./.. iponiored by the Village Improvement the Rev. L. W. Lute, and his with her daughter Jane and Suppsse West takes the queen' of Mn. V. IL Elderkin of N.,
Identified himself as a Ill, M* 1'''..' anal Association Wo father, the Rev. Luther V. Lalte. LONDON UPI A family. and leads a club. Now you Lesvitt Ave Saturday. Mrt
policeman and accused Leman. 1:011.( ) Jimmy r.rry'M.ret Dtaa man's dub) and held In Dick. The newlyweds will make their 23 London- Monday TUlle Bibcock and finesse dummy' queen; U that Prentice! will coma back later
do a retired Army colonel of 11. (It, H.i-l rnmbIs Inson Memorial Library. Due to home In Daytona Beach when he year-old "dead scared Fern Paul visited Sarah (Mrt. joiei, East 'will have to lead and spend a week with Mn.
U 00 lit P.rry woman
reckless and drunken driving ) Nur M. the fact that appointments are la employed.Welcome .... Coleman J.) Ehrman who was something and before West can Elderkin.
Crier said.Usiery (5! ::411 Arias,. Stow filled for March 19 and 20, another home to Wallace and height1 Tuesday at her home U Orange City get In to lead another club Mr. and Mn. Phillip Notare el
ID;:,i) '"i Th. Slorr .f baby boy and his father
ordered Lemando and 11.0: C) N... clinic has been set for Julia Breland and daughter.They Mrs. f.hrman; organised the through dummy you will have Mnrlcne. L.I.. N.Y. are hers
unidentified tit N... April 17 and appointments are have 'lust returned from had threatened to .leap I local Nancy Hanks Lincoln set two diamond In your fnr a vtilt with their law
an woman companion (') ARC K.... for that. of In Greece and child from a SO foot Circle. OAR, and Is Pint National vp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.I .
out of the car at gunpoint, tics (e, blame, still open a tour duty own hand and will be able to
the laid then 11.1. Ci .Inhnny. Carararimmlnf Welcome to Mr and Mn. Kr- are visiting Julia's parents, Mr. lodge.Policewoman. I President of the Ladies of discard dummy'i ten of clubs I Frank Df artnltl. and family of
searched peace the Justice couple and their 1.en I't 121 M..t.1'1... nest Reid C\f Winner Lake, Conn. and Mn. Rill Snowden.Congratulatloni Margaret, I, the <1.AR. She la spending the and eventually to ruff your last I S. Carpenter Av*.
1.01 (2) D.IIy Weed who will be a monthly guest of to Sharon Kir- Iud kept Thomas winter In Ft. Lauderdale with cluh. I Sibs Lori Iggleston tele

car The detective found bottleOf INa'., Cam,,,Il1"'";wreky TY ,... the club. They are the guests of cher and Robin Dykes, winner 31 year-old garage owner, I her and daughter, Mr. If you gn out for everything I bested her lllh birthday at t
a MR k" e.ued In 'AN Mr. Reld'i brother-tn law and and runnerup In the local Ing fnr 90 mlnutea and Mrs, Newell ttxlge. who aoromranled < that lent nailed I down, you will party given by her grandmother' ,
whisky and several cans of INIId.l miiiilnt. > repulse ftthir alatr. Mr. and Mn. George school spelling bee. They represented made her lifesaving I her to Orange City Mri. Marie Egglestnn.t on Satur*'
f tuittti Sun N wi) lead a club toward dummy
beer in the trunk, then accused yur
lunged forward sel/rd l the for a few days,
Roberts the Lake Helen School day afternoon. Entertainmentwai :
juemandn of Illegal, possession wedding anniversary DeUnd from the father's arms Ethel VanRmldik received flneii* the queen. If that holdi, her father Ma).
Dotted Radio A happy eighth Tuesday night, at the win lead the of dlatnonda provided by ,
of whisky and said the couple to Mr and Mri. Herbert High School. backward onto the word last week that she had become you ]jack Glenn Eggletton, with a beat
'would have to go to court and WJBS WOOOFlorida Brown of Candlelight Trailer Congratulation too, to Buddy hundreds watched from a great grandmother. A and finesse against East cruise on the St. John's River.
pay a $160 fine. /Nil K.Co Iota .CoI Court wno ceieoraiea I ea._ a>. Smith who took the largest number street below. daughter wa born to Ethel' for the I1U"II.VIIU that line I At her home, a plcnle dinner
Ussery forced the tourists Into Also congratulatloni to Mr. of ribbons and prizes of anyone Then the policewoman grandson George and his wife will make six on was lerved by Mri. Egjltiton
Ms car at gunpointand started I and Mn. Guy Aldrich, the "Leap entering rabbits In the Youth down from the roof. in Philadelphia. of play If the king of club. andqueen minted by Mr. Ruth Swimmer,
driving toward St, Augustine Architcct Year" couple, who celebratedFeb. division at the Orlando Fair last ways been dead Vlrgle and Bert Spencer haveas of dlamondi are where Several outdoor games were
Crier said. After about a mile, 29. V actually was their week and to George Wilkins who heights, but my only their guest her sitter Miss you want them to be. But yM played Including ".1.,," cf a
the detective pulled off the road Dies At Home first ..nnlwrury.On won a red ribbon on his cow at was to save the child," Sarah Kirby elt MirtlnsvUla, will go down at your game tree house\ Yanks versus
and said he would let the couplego calendar this Indiana rontrart If both\ thM cards and
the birthday the cattle show and to Buddy CaitrolUi. Those taking part
free for 50. week ii the president Roy Snowden who won two red ribbons later.Miss Oeland said ..,..,.4)I Harrison Engel' heard from the jack of cluhi ire where' yotdon't wore: Deborah Canute. Dko
Lemando offered Ussery f2S:!:S. JACKSONVILLE John (UPI) -of Heroux Saturday and Milton on his two cows she triedjfl' let near ""' hli brother, Lee Vngf: I that,Lee' want Ihrnt to be, raft C ppis, James Cverhait: ,
the dean
and the detective accepted the Henry Wutho Rodebaugh. Sunday Pearl Ol- Mrs Pet. Mullen and Miss told !her, "Don't try to g wife was awakened one night Dary Turner and Philip Card
cash and released the couple. Florida architects and a former son's birthday la March 17 Inv Becky Huhbard honored Mn. baby or I'll 'jump" this week and walked out Into Won't Will
associate of Frank Lloyd Wright stead of March 1 as reportedlast Curtis Hubbard at a belated' French told the I the living room to be startled. by
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died at his home ken this weekat I Yonx'urn e
six ner.EVERY :
week. bridal shower at the Mullen his wife had left him a burglar. The burglar was a* NEW -
BUY the age of II.Wutho Mr and Mrs Frank Thompson home Monday night. Twenty not trust anybody, and startled at oho' and left without long *temm d petal' that 2nd GALLON :
worked In Wright'sOak of W. French Ave. entertainedas guests showered the honoree with thing in kli life was" getting a thing "bloomed" 10 fret above the .
Park, HI., studio until 1901! house guests Mr. and )In.W. everything from cookbooks to French. was subdued by Lest Thursday, Mr, and Mn. I ground at the 19MI9 New York
MAYTAGFRIERSOH'S when be read about" "The Great H. Lnomls of Plalnivllle.Conn. bedspreads cookie 'jars to line and taken' to a hospital Lasts Wlnien and Mr and. Mn. I World's Fair site won't wither !
Jacksonville Fart and decided As this was the tint trip ens. The hostesses served a servation. altos of Angola N.Y accompanied under summer drwught. or win !
to help rebuild the city. of the visitors to Florida the white rake, trimmed In green by Mrs, Herbert. Lewen try blaiu. The petals, toweringover
He built more than. eight buildings Thompions took them to Silver and pink punch. and Mr. sad Mn. George of Ormond Beach, dropped .la for the Jehnsoa's Win Golden iiFREE :
AT In Jacksonville most of Spring! Citrus Tower and also, Sonny and Kay are at home In and family.Mr. a visit' with Reid and Blanch Tlondene Fair building, are
them still in use. to Cypreia) Gardens and the Ink their new trailer on Baker St. and Un. 0. R.. William made of concrete and weigh, 10 ;
Among other buildings KJutho Tower. The Loomlies enjoyed Mr. and Mrs Herman Kllpis entertained at their home Mr. and Mn. James Fsdale Inns each, ePattison's
designed were the governor's Florida even though there wsin't of Fslrtniry, HI, spent several day night: In honor cf left yesterday for their !home In I ; Paint Store:
OM.TMf-IOUUYAI mansion, the Duval County much sun. They left Friday days last week visiting their Mrs Don Anderson's 1rd Lily Dale They have been visiting war t West Palm Beach were : :

ZJ9 N. .,... rue M 4-1771 Medical Center, the Jacksonville morning and planned to stop in cousins Mn. Snpha Klrcher ding annlvrnsry The' Art Myer for seersl week" guests of Vlrgle" and Pert Spe. I II : Ml ae*th B*.m.l .. !
federal building and post of. Washington D.C., for lightening rooms were decorated and toured the slat" while here I I ear and Hazel Sherman last Phese114151i .
nn.L. before returning to Con Rico and the Virgin IsUnds. rsngementa of spring Mr. and MST Charles. Brock- weekend a s al d U a. ...s e e s .s"'a
necticut. When the ship leaves Miami The hostess asilated by II
KOHCVKL r.rfwM some time In April. several of WUhur Hnsley and Mrs. 1// :
..... Guest of Mr. and Mrs. John the Orange City shuffled wW boon Card "refreshments PRESEASON
Kotchrl ef Floriland Mobile hoard. Among three liking! nlveriary cake sand w I e
Homes Park last week were the trip are Mr. and Mn Cyrus cookies mints and nuts, '
their son-I' law and daughter.Mr Daniels, Miss Jean Goodwin, fee to the following guests: I '
Sluts and Mn. Alfred Hazard and Mn. H. E. Drummond Mrs. and Mrs Sevard'I'snck,
Tomorrow two and one half year old so*, Geraldine Crook. Mn. Laura Mrs Bruce Bey and J1rot. >
from Danbury Conn. The Hazards Colvllle\ Mr. and Mrt. Frank and Mn Sieve .... .. SAU'FEDDERS
"IISTON flew down here In a rented' Rebae. Chartered buses will and Mn. Loyd Lewis,
plane asd landed at the DeUndairport. leave Daytona Beech! for Miami Mn. Joseph Kessler,
vs. r, While here the Hazards where the group will board the Mn. Charles IInrIInll......
visited Daytona Beach and Mn. ship bur Motley and Harvey
Hazard won several prizes for Mn. Card showed some
naming a song after the orchestra Earl Fox was welcomed hack of her native. New E"".,, \
played three notes of it. on the courts this week after his the evening was spent '
They left their son with grandmaand accident last week. versation and. music. It .
H.pp ntd r grandpa and flew down to Guests of Mr. and Mn. Arthur I J
railed that Mr, and Mn.
Mr. and )Ira.W. Air Conclitioner.i
In Hollywood to visit an old school Kelly have been ere entertained Mr and .
of Uchfleld! Coned
chum and kft for home Satur H. Dunge
Anderson I I. Kenoshw.
SlowMollon Last Monday mnrE ,. Mr w
day the orcailn of the AacI<
Mr*. Cken. BoHtcbrr and kerthrtw and Mn. Robert Westherwnx ZXh ,
r children Mike, Cathy and and their house gneeta Dr. and anniversary
dl..w by at.w Billy, left Tuesday for their Mr*. Charles Shane ef Waterloo, N
lllewhl air 4 horn I* Fox Lake, DL They Iowa drove to Port Everglades: '' :
1:114:541:0S.ltl1: have bee spending! several where. they boarded the "Own NEISNERS i y
:I. weeks with her parent. Mr. and C." an Italian liner and started I Atlrothe' ..11I..4 law
t Mn. William Calhoua of Orange on a lour days' rntis The Tint DIU" 1..41.11
dry Estates.. Mike and Cathy stop was at Freeport for a "lew I cy.,
hours and then to *iassa. for RESTAURANTVeloiia
i ilz attended DeLaad' Junior High M wslkif ta,fityKSSH
School and HWy the. Orange Coy three days.Wklle .
School during their stay la Nassau, they had an Room rated
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: : friends of the Daytona delightful foe. shopping hi Friday SpeciillN ; Istlnhra. wetlteawldefptveaa

,ai v 1e Beach. 1lC'd of Telephone PioMTS the quaint shops". and tile Straw i i fro, 26.
attested' a ma*tog and Market. They returned ta Orange M Srrl i devise ,. "" ..,
*,together at the SeabreezeRerreatkxul any FrVUy. I
g Halt to tiller an Ulerestlag One day while! ta) Nassa. FISH II : : 2 HP SIZE ONLY.
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Him of the. ship Ari they hired a young man Crte p lib stew fre ,h tllsa aledrkitrIhee
ache and .< the trip to Puerto them ell a sightseeing tour ef bt eel er wen sisMa. soot sselhlsfu.eh1tatrel.
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". orotil with
rl rrwua Child C.... *4 i m, tala m '
; J I J lili WK>D tKFDITFLORIDALOAN' I an be eeen at ]111 W Palmetto
.A K. 13..7351
Ky or 734LEAVE -uR/
MM lIa InAar. ZI Srhtlk-ss WtMf4fO
CO your rhiMrea at IfMll'1CNaraary '. Singer( Slant-O-Matic

E Ej. 111 K. LM'IAVA: AVK, Ph f4.2411Uwra a.I.' .......arbool.. K7 OMH B. Ohio I diTt 7I4-49U week TRt[ WORK tali I yaM work aIM fNtlllanr ; 1t1Aare. Thla ona year marhfn Aid,, u fully.*a twls autnmatlc .
1 AORflq
ii n to ID iPONCB / I Brn knot TII ,
a nearlle aew. on hultoiu mono*
I I.wt.mArrryuRa.r li ".m. make hntmnhnln' anddoea
DID YOU KNOW. Dn Pfldav Ilrrla4uatlly 20 lnRdlRf ( .traetsn arama .
WILL 110 NARTRITTINO, fancy atltrhea: "nd| neI"7I "
M..k.t to 11.lIl.a'.n. dour. RRn.rlnlr.A.IMnnR Balance now Ann All! lift. or
? IRA K'. ('ltar h. bOO d.'ln"'' Tung1'rmnriua
anA Tuna NRIAA.

/ .stp til Orarta CL Pliona 784.I IKI CARPIt'l1'IU PAINTING' rt'; old, ('m.chhn all, now tnl trot a wnNt homltrial.
DFLFOS: 111'111'10'"RINO RPAInNAR1.0 RATM .
Ar'r lOUR ntJF8T W DAVIS 7J4.4141
ADULTS ONLY a,'to Building MALL WALNUT Dropteaf tabl,

Vacuum Cleaner Service FREE ESTIMATES 10 IMMSIS Ofs/rHi rtiNSALVAOK Tn Cart Hanrtn Mahnjranv Lamp CornKCablaal

ThIOStt/MP10M97NM + } .1 Y MO BJOO6H THAT NACHVwOMt RIPAIM end nipplltn for all Hir B* Lau Than feu Think VARO_ I Acre !fall Tl.* Rnd RnA t.VTHF .1
1 ;j' +r,; iit A DOCRR,1UT man. Inrludlt' !Hlrtml it ptockad. 103. .. Am.lla. Sa .'terI Rriui/ : "*OP ,
NA/H, .
CHOW PfiWty IM WDNOSRINa 1NtY'DRF'ADTNttYNPRkMR16Hf )l...n.r. anM Thnna W OTIA "m.TMI 111 fn. AnllaCHIST
i Ii rr, PICNIC: amoltra/ If llllrlt mn DAI TOY CAROUSCL, : 0 DMAWtRS" l.. v.rfnod
TO Mr THEM IN FOCUS "1" Momcnmerr Ph Tt4OBNFRALi .ut:!
NTH T10WN PTHEXPl/ and I.< K''am enolnri. londi Orne., Dejnita, only oomnlal' .* toy h iip1nee. .'. T.V. Ha othar tnlie arrMna -
Poll Mi M1 ATIAMMIt MIMI and Hfll...t.M.n. lIt F.:. Ohio CnNTRACTORTRFF .. la for aale : : Meal for a Auction Barn 211 Viola.
( nnrn iam to A p m dally, W'noil Road.
w E Ef'I : ; FUTIMATICg: retired cntpe. Vlilt the i AlinuH. -, .:.. MRINOTIMt m..... aIw ArIiDeRRnd COLON GEORGE PH. 714 MSI II at .4J ne.t Ww Tnrk AT*. KRISKV OIL Vail'' furnace, Hare

ru ulnra.RrAlA1MHA OR' C'LF.AI"O: PLANT'Oaod ION, Hnlir rinunl ]
r7 > 111 '1'1. rlft'IICH 20 A. MswRry CsRrracftrtI Inrnm. prtr.d T. I.U (ornate. uied lit M, ltnvlnteJ
I IR 1c' '. ", Phone ..AI1R11IALLYI CALL 17lYS1 t*. heater |I" M'), :N'",r*. eelArYer
vg -
with hair irvtr attach
1'1 :
.- + ; N coma hark yoi' can. Tl PRICK ROVRMAHONRt malt. floor ample. $l Ieuo. malFlnrMa
hen tho hnulfil now ronin:
CO-vTRArinpa .
RiN Ia9 nn
Ili' rlr' .
r kum'mrn. ,.hh"/ln. '"'in TI4->12i K. NEW: HAMPSHIRE: Financial HArna fan rnmpany
GA ... .d at Barnra floor CortrlnaI 2n l F. Vmr Torlc Avrnu
aranre I'll\ .1..hll.
201 Air C
HL t NiitiRl
i I 1 WILL NOT St rnn:,ilhla for, 12 MMty Ts U m (1 A. Jtwtlrr' SHri.
; Rut ArniR Ii urnA by my,
u ether than myNlf.a, M. W. CALL 734-4221
R..rh. WATCH rpalrln our apadaltf,
.a m r RB .pF.rl"L.Il:1':: I IN "IIVICfNIJ Cnma ,In fnr a (r.. miirutt. TII<
TMtUNION /t RVIC[ AIR.CONDITIONLRHoneycutt : /. fnrit J.w.Ur 10. E Niw Tork
W. are m.klnr O.n..1 mots COMPLETF: : L"AV; RFRVtCKU ; .
....... ...... "_ "-" rte rh.n.... (011 T f.U Rt ono If Electric Co >A\1 TO Itonni AY."I.

j rnu are mIMM. yI Barrack Municipal' Airport. 114 S. ALA. 734-0872 42 Plae" IpiptRttrtrppllNIPRRDT '

SCIENCE CLAINI9 cooFl oN, lou WELL I WILL MI M r..pnnolhl. Imanp
I OUR SUN WILL BURN TIT. Ybu ,llfT! 'it .I.h'' In..1. h. anynnntMrRhan SOON Loans to $600 '
BELI v6 DQ/ my..lf II.neo 7amnT. rprt Film PmcM )n&
ITSELF OUT W35YEAR9 WAIT A1JD Faek.Lt Union Finance Co. I'lack and Wnlta an4 ColorOBLAND .

i Ll S r; -

C F S I Trtvtl-Tr.nJp rt fl.iiVFFn LOANS TO $600

tpK ; 1tN. fttVP THONB' '714'44t CanNla YnaHry.

,. y 1v rv tree* MlwnA TRAVEL Rlu" HrRVIfBV It'/1" lAVE MOXFT; BUT WHBRBTHK FINANCE CO,. INC, iiC'"hn; ; ;--Troll AntlouM

l{ l'I 114 N. BLVD PHONIC 7J4.S8SJSB. mn.OI.RII: IIUT. It..m flxnal fee Hnmo ""Ik.U. China OI.M. rurnltura. Art
1. 81.. Pbnna TII..I111 Nxnlrirnrk anA Hanill craft
fM4l & Cscklifli Rot atila Pcrklna Hiwy, TJ474SIFRIERSONS

y, ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING U I .k i.r Rct __
M Mt11/ A"--
roll J""N W. "l'trR.'T.R
/kI tA ORT LIOHTI, Soft Mu.lo' Rtally "IRIe AUTO I.JJ'l1Itll4 1.1Na1.tUR0-RR'1
IIMMmA 1rtM Not frxnen.l,Ir1. not areA our N. PLVP, PR '794.411* 'IJITtJ\lOHOU" '
TIC I r i' 1 UI M ell linllna ataaka" OMII I a m. to 11 AIR CONDITIONINGSHEET
Mtdn ,ht. ('I ln.*4 Knnnay.ia .. JAMES F. CLARDY
. '
--- ------ M BouU.ard, Photi 7J4 1117 METAL WORK OH TH BOt'LtVA.RD"OWNRR
'' : Oanltf 1!. rX.raMl
y' WIle N Din lot a Florida _. Phona 714 till N. Rlyd. phon111-IA//' IM N. HIT. Ptes1 u 4-ITTlatATTAO

rtoit1M N rrlTl i11PINOtT p THt ONLY YGlFkc, RSAUYPIDSEK'A f ,rVtaVTM1 M .
\ M/IPrPi'I TN' Ch01RI0! ON! 10 IIR6 A 'R>O! I40MC Jj (NJOV THW BFHT -\7N'H FV 21 iIIS1410111N1 MAr4lAyltMtglfANMnRTRAr3RR WAWKKI .... DRTCIKwi

A TLY1N41tIRlE! / n ... AT PRICFS TO FIT ir.Rnc1o.
f M'I RfAltl: riilvR: >l-KmS XOD TO THIA fTTTt104rDTTINn WHAT WF /CU,
Q r 1 LUUMH21A Tarm Hone Nnarap>, a aDhLAND

In* V Bl.VrX, Phona 714.9711 Ik Loan AiMorlatlnit HOW* RIiYKrtNa MACIfPITI01FTH .
1'0.11' 114 N. Florida T'henrtl/dN1 anA IMALL ArT. UANCH
i Yeah IMmnr anA Mllrbw LA Kit HIUN PKaaa ill.Mil
c w (IM"'J.'HICII.OIL.ICIOU'-- hONIO T'M LARG,.... CAM Live Stock .l:.rD CHf.ST TTPB rRFEZBR.Ba .

FOR A MEAL trr George Vimng Roofing on LPClaa Buy.
our itrlmn' In .h. M pk.i only Tour Own Tank
II I 15. A W Root B..r. .o" a. PHONB 7ll-a21 II .....-(. -/... r>Lani." nan Aiollanr
1' HnllUvaniKINOSUMOER. 11* N ria. A y... Than U4. .1191
Mal \Uth cheep 22 U.I'I"IIII-I.'llhlll''' | FINt OOaS and Cat for aaoptte*

:a T4 .o ,. 44i. (.' .:; iI.Cf rnrh.l 4'nrn.r AUK BMnllai. Animal KMI 4S MIIN. ilnilhlsrrtYPRTYI.

1A r W V, and TN.RtbhwHRV Al.L KIND OF I PHOLrTKR LMrua I MW_ Mlaa_, RR111)
"1CTrr 'olaaERYICO IOHVHOM/ H01JTBRI I CFTfl01 N"m-iiii DACMIHUNOI' -- :

AI R..III. PrlolaDOYIWIrt1 B-N.w Port ...... 734-1 III22A m.nth.. .- lit. A. J. Flachat, Da- At I". Air Raw
Ira ma sera lM Nill Reno 1I \ I.eon lII&lrln.1170./. Pkwo. RDbNIHORAN'S

----. .-- -- SOI N._Bi>ulTar4Itfuty Cvtrl.*| t riwk Tit .

firlsrtTa4 Merchandise CARrRT i FURSITtrIlIJ CDNF
iACN s uoe ipRCIf3RESS NEY 'ItXJ 54iART M}. rE r- FLOOR SHOW W. N.w 'orle Phan RI: 4-0"1

A MMMr / B pN ni /5rle\ "IrhtA Phone 41 1 Artklti FK Silt Used Furniture BargainsI
NewOUTSIDE I AD TEp Bq' .1. ,07-1 or ;14. .o ., ARM"'T . /} rS F Ill AMFHK'AS: O .FAV; PC". .
QM6 r I IOROOM furnl'''hai| rottaia In-
NIS oFFTUTI 1 SwilRlninp1I11 BOHREN TILE CO. r",,"nr TV IH. im a m",ith 'IY' P.EOR1IOM *l'ITB 11154FfK
&I DIAMOND RINO at Ivan. tahet : K< A h M.ole _:::I 711
r 111 K Rich ATa, Phona 111.1:01 UT1I.ITT tRINET' :
mat him ro KIII! rhalra for ItO;
( : LIT'. BUILD that .p>".1 now R* S H....l ..m. h."..... ...... .t'o.m'' Ton .. I 14 II
r 11111. d dl read; for warn vaather. Call tl J/Y ,,111111'Printing newly roverell I each t rf'rrl-f: TAP.LF' : STBP
TAHttn for _... Illl
714 MM and aak for Fred.M IIM WILLVa Jil Pickup 4thelitrv | I
.. .. CottKE TABIR' "Glu.Tnn" .
>. Onvil tI. ; ... Klcondition
III Gsi & ActMtsrUtFIRESTONE | -
ply ; Loana InAIM.. ,31.2471.
/r FED Hollywood: 1".1.| .?till
1t r .., wa t P(". IIOFA RED "LITEVln :
TIRES |- I Allt
) enM BUY SELL TRADE t M' NnRA'IiR.A!rjt-r_l II tot

Iii ONt Rt Taal aiiulppeil FlICHI"1 TRADINU M1RTIN RIUFR RBf> _. I IIIIP
GOODYEAR TIRES In *ntril Ikirlilit w.laomaa ,- 1 IIYD. Ph.... 1tJr. 411/1 I IVFTTF. *riTB :I 1 HI
... yaur .pnattnc. order. ..fromaimlteika RBfllNINHHIR .._._I2 M

rI 41Y ra K l DELCO BATTERIES aiulU-lhcvaand full.paca elrflui.r a ........____......._._1 41IIWC
.' ..Ilmlln call 1I..t HARDWARE
nr et>
AL An'MS SBF1'I. RTATInYNI N.w Vmyrna Beard MawaiOA DELAND WATI, M- ".

I S. BLVD. mON Tt11N I.1441 Promn' lllem_ Ufutlan ll' NBoola. .ard.Ph' ..na7__' .4MIIMALICRAFTsVMOOCk :\1IF.J.Lr/l... CRIBS.nHCBt .
Ou rant.... : f-HATRH WALKER*

I t I. kKSRM T.. ?trrlcs.llalaa 4 .hand. M ta 1*1X110 mlteratree r.relvar and MODC: CHAIR&\

/ 24 frarh M. Jskn food aonitttlon, /IN Call
/r I RMhhNNnil RarvleaJt7 714 11*;. ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE .

r / W, Pl.mill' INDIAN RIVER FRUITnaalml TNV OIADA.A TaMata CO.7J4
6+, (fafmarliDava .
QIIJII'r1 I Phaaa TJ4M40Business
.. flravef, Hn 11Phona N. .
/1 Y. Dial Now pama aaM4fomiala .4144 I24T i BLVD
S r rI r 794 341Employment .*tf Ma, TalnaU rkarm
'- f Services .... lea CARPITS anA Ufa t_ ran bat
I 1 ,. r utifiil If pmt .M B ut Lantra.
/ i COMPL.I' LINt OF OARIKN Kent elerlrla ."...._r IL ReM'.
"tomr1 PPLIaJI Tl> FIT TOUR orann..tork. Purnlture Cu.
0 4 ,- 'It Special J rrktWATCHES. 4RRK': THI'YM.TYNER'S .
r+ AP I R6: RtllT

II I H N/lp" ...*..-,.*Mls HARDWARE Baby Beds Ec Roll.A
II I -Wayt
I gJ ('O NJlLL COX '11* a. .y Week er M..aU .
: t malt :J Naw Turk Ava, pheaa 114- 7 lPAINTINtt. APPLICATIONS NOW hclnc Uken Wt TV. awl .!
I h Inr waltrarwy (1oM wyaA NM ...*..... Tonl raMaal with aomloola MATHERSoDel
t ROOTING NEPAIHS, A rMr in a....>a onl llama. Jienr MIM _,or. All of DeLo'
1 n } J Caratatrr Call N. Marl 114-IUt RHianraal 117 N Blvd.xftRICNCtO *erv ..._hl) III""'"4. Can .h. 101 I. ___YD. PtnRI II: '-1'"
ad.t t WMkaayaSharpening i : pea kefnr t *... at 144 WaatVIeroi.
ir. WAITRItS Mna .
1 h' aver II Rvnala Reetaiirnnl Furniture
Rrao..tiN Service I:t mlletv of ,I IVLan4, H Y' .ava, arlaioni and all _lB ption* M*.4241 for .......ntmenL 4>na M.hntMete. Arenas M4 ftM."OC1U"a TFRlf ARRANOED
,o. r... RLOtNAI'YMI a AST : a w.ek Pan. 11ATA Open Cvenlnn h Ippmmmant
w. l'hu N IMnM 114.1111 'li-M.-: .
: a av t* Bray 7I4I 0. NoT1oNrtVMn 1411 P. BhPhnao 714-4M1MMatM
i01TININt: Tur. anA Moe AaNxrd after lamLAOY ..aen raANe rya1M.

> on BOARDING Boots with MA10B eoorweAM130R OUT OCB WAT *, A. L RILWAIq'fiw'TMVfTlTItAT I M iM'iw4Ma. t. rar for aMertv p>dr 221 t. Batilatar4Ijlilte .ISStWnPaHrtl)
Culligan WaterConditioning aaA Rna mom, Mall and IIttTRtOTOY I 'I'a''

; r-z. Nn 11, ('. halt. U. ,.. w..,., 1 IvMkaILM. F PNr GOOD hLALYOTt1RA1J : .
I 111111 I I ;1 PhnM i1dA7t.R ..k.tea l..M. MM I I !
M/ L31CAG'OUD1CBAuTl0' IT4I ft Tai. ; I N. N L..' N. fI.U K art tI.... I. enrat (Team ... 11 M.... T.L STCREO:
AnlZ1AY AHM, ; SAW FILING knr I Hun Ne.i.U CMCfiainleaa
MN 1'10
TNt ItfA,11tAT IaPRlAAAr
' I APPEAR TOTICPII'T / OIRLS .. .>*el lifTtMaRtlawt
tNCU13 aM train for
BWEP/RINTS 1'RINTIAU.IA ? tuD Inn arT v I D&L CO. ...attraa* _.1.... k..ara I ... Rod _.-- IIM SPINET PIANO
BALLOON.ITSOHAPPPN5AlY6RiAT'NttD1iA ( taRTSTltarlOUD 14t R N.. Tork At*. 'Ti4O4tl I* 1 p.m. 1 a.y VM It. Apply InMraop ONt
NCLBAIONT60.FIiR tb'1' PARSfYAL 61TTLTi Jj CRrnCAL COiUMKJTf I NRNMtint Nsnaa, Tel 4Raaia .,,,,. ...,.,,aiaia FAMOUS waa*. .ox r. .....MfY.
MB HIS PLANS fOR A 1'Rll R1U R tWtR DeLand Woodworking Co. : ;\, 14wNr.M CNI Loral tort rob ret rnHtt cat
AWW Tn CMCiruUBl LauaVawal | ..... MM arK taap and ftaaer **.

FlfWT COMPUTED IN* LlfTlMACAPACrrV I TMPJ Irn R 'antR iM.nrAr_De apwt ..._| Mlran- *mta
434 HCLIUAX AT 12 POUrJO* r R2r AnrR IAInrLtvARtaOMORIUNITY : nN tt-. IMww' J.raa PMM Cat.
ON I J..Min Mw
PER 1,000 tUQICFitTiMl ; iV := ION WOMIH ..,.......... Aa-
(, 4<*iMfle4 IntenMiiMiarnniakW. ... ,.. 11AN
: r OD II n fk tuft > part Uw* aipeet.Maaaf tiN I

11 11I I / a- ...._" fiats IYew ........__ AIRRmaNAt TaTOIfPRO KCSM COMPACT

.a r WE ADD SERVICE Rat** )41 tn>V. Pr.-..l-h./en H.na1a.SnovP" .. : MK .... vl M" Ut CTr41fIt rnlYwaA.a*p*. Fit.J51"1 ava* 7-1 f"at

'/i OVR Pkanualat taaa aRra Mfo/ XVIPHRNCtB WAITPil an parr rfw orb

t. \ / = a.W : tINM M It.tA f Nr serll. NN a m. Mt I' (- .. TiN U eta-11kT:1/t
I w w l l I o l 1Rnatq I wq AnMw h ReUM.h..t .

r Y !' 7N 2 _pwler._ M, I AN.M MrM..YM__.._
,i I" w Iadrl a INOnmrrl uwIN1 _RIfN
I.r I. l rr .* al *nr PWn .fTVOLUSIAPIIA1ULCY IwatK 0..1r..1r DEIAND'S LARGEST
r } / IbI .,.., Wallot/ Expencnced : tIN rYla+ 1M _..h1INnaln
' I.I ...*..- aanMaN 0000 PAY |- lip*. App4. ta i CN. ELECTRONICS
\ I Mann aNf r luayntraa It**taR. 1Tn MNJwhaRhhN '
I t ..... I .ntYr wut battwDoi I SERVICE CENTER
I .
/ I + a. *) ACMMT" .... _.-., ..r.n" MOTOR!HVARAfnV
I 111' INN JH. .. .* h4-Mi .. .
.,,, 1I'll Pt *..ripr a1M1M1- > ...l <1'.* -* PtlJKRVKTe ..
ete.ra "__t.. S orl .
+ r'v PLEASE- ..m..ii.van A Kaal

i I'I CHAIRS VanalaBoulevard ,

Doat ,it ywira ..-paper11tJ7 l4Naaa. T T RrVvr AUI
LtSru FOR RENT OR SALEBcarden'i ob.a La aw4
NOTUtRI : r iceep nmtttutc tor TarrR aN. wnarlRCMYrRNIrt f'toe ....... N.0Pt HltaeneaAMta
811AC rlaa.aa.
I 4&M (MMATSrFHOfi t11N1W BOL L'1 N rf.a. tA//N/.

6A7ZAV .WMY1ttRILtMTDI RRlbtiRw, Drug Shop Appliance Inc. T.V 1lM>e TML tbnwoalr .nwN
1, : I f Fai? a X -- Tr *M.A>kUM A.. I'' p,f.Ntiti IeIao. r1o1......... "' .t l.awaN fa'r.a rrmLiMtr111Ra .

: "" I "... t-WI IN f f1A..NI W.LX.hOt .TM-aaw*

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Don't drag through CarValues


'63 Ford .

V4 6ilxlo SOO 4 '011'.

yrp Ant. Tro..i.. Ri
P/S. WWII tee,,
cf hut
humidity, burgundy body, w/wolli.
dust and hay ftvirl $2,295

J I r

Ii '62 Ford

V-l Ctloxl SOO C4nv' 'rt>

- ",.. Ant, tnrii, f.cqf:

air 1'1.1.S! w/wili.!
W. Still Have Some Unbolhtabl Values In Lat, Models and Older Models Such As:. ,
1111:11\1: ((111II11I11'JIISee. t ; 2,195

1957 1959 1960 1962 1960 1956

Us For Money To Either Volkswagen Ford2Dr.St4)an Ford Rambler Rambler RamblerSOLD 'If 63, Oldsmobile.II't

PANELS FULL ) 2Dr..CTI"> Deer Sdaa, WHtittr.'A....,

PRICE ....... A....."HI.r. StBul Trani. txtr Clels. i ...a" SlBrflr Ant In ...

Buy or Improve Your Home Full BIWOT. fieUry Ifrfr.

$199 $495 $595 $995 $795 $295 w/willi'.p. lllil blue, whit.

1953 1960 3,795


" YOUR HOME NOW! SvptrlS, ;SJACOBS: : MOTOR SERVICE -'63" Chftvrolel!

W1115L KT.AHB. .

Low Bro-ONumi oriro en & LOAN ASSN. Lplf-0 A.

Carrier JUr ,Cmditlesi.g $595 501 South Boulevard Phone 7344)883M ) .r14Jtr.. oM r tltk blotk.'
art new la If let. CtU us
today tnd "uv -tad bopriptrod 110 North Plerlda AT.. Phone 7341647 1a"tV

to ,but tile kotUrt $95

wo ti f with hells ...,

tktt'i t hares of tool!I. Mortf$. Leant Sine 192SPUMNItHIO --- .........., r .

loan, nfrwhinf confortl HtlBMOPEN 'ELECTRIC WIRING : -


HOUSE : H. M. II G GET T : ," If f.'" I RAY LINKOVICHn4to 4 DII'i Ridli, Auto tr.AltyWhite
al ,, I .
C" int'io! r/CurLG.reek I wfllli|| wkiil. | i......
MACH''I WON. 1"1" (....4, : 124 .North l4)nlt.Br4 : EK44JMlOt -
flnt nr .fflel.nrtl AtlOKTKO TOIL Purlin Hat Hi Air .1 JtSl : Aro
Boot Now f *, a5! tit t"*. and FIR H.m.. I;nod {1oOc.tI. : ,...* Rt 4-HM : or $1,595

Ia1MA C.mru.. Cn. MIM Walk GUENTHEH'SBDCI 311 5. l3.-AMw5r4 t.vro Ave. ......... ............
.r. u..uu arts t '* I' R. ACNRINI.5C: ._ 5u514.0First OAPERY)( HAROWAM f r II r
Roy Frierson'sIncorporate rrieilNCV
iulrt""l4'TV' 140. 1vlaeeSlIt.l ; In'; Ill II. rtORTDA ATI.PHONB TRAVERSE RODS

Ph,>n. 7I4-.47I .ll.r I vm. HB ..11:. OPEN DAILY JO PECK REALTORC CiNllM 4 Dr. Ait*, trtnfc,

Hietlnj,Air c..ltlo.I" .... Drive lilt. R. PkoM. ; NO I.4HINroiiok hiBttr ..11. walls low
3 ROOM APARTMENT 303 Overfull JIM 0.05.1M'0S1. PrlT*. Pp.5 GOFFHARDWARE nrrtfo NO loll ,

tee t. bode. *. "". 7W.N1I 1444 E.! N.w Ti>rh ATI .. Spring Garden Hills o.Mi.n $1115.; 1..05"0517\ orlwf: I .... furnKKxl SIP, .*.ellI..*., ..nil"o.
M; >, flnlnrlnl HrRTl, C. CO.
LAIC' 1 Room P.m. apt.. 54,150of $500.00 JACK.Okmw; .r. Pk. 114.IMIor $8,900.
t....... RM5ee MO r.n' to p.rMI IIAUTI-UL 1 '11ft. C. Bloek' Arum.with ;1..anT e... N. IU... 0041 WlMMOiP UNUSUAL i B R.. jw ball. t."... $1,695
tied Aitomotio Rulers ...' t."ut. .011.7.. DOWN sR ISIS' IVNMM k... with Ayw 1.165! taroi Urine I BE 4M44rUCNTT o ll""" ...Ire' "Mt In4 lip,
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I : fOhio State's Bradds'Named IN TOURNEY FINALS; AFL BerthIn

Seeks 100 WinsMIAMI I


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nt rpris the regular season championship team in the (Uf>I) Hank Bauer Bant," Bauer! starting his first I

Year's: Best Junior Youth Basketball League win get another crack at (UPI A syndicate figures i It will take 100 victw- season as the manager of the

I' the Florida Mlitary School cagers tonight in the CHy Tourna.Snent of Chicago businessmen lei to win the American League Orioles, said. "All our players

which begins at T o'clock In the Junior high gym expects to hive a franchise In pennant this season and that have to live up to their potential .

I Last night! Enterprise came up with a 31B decision over the American Football League his Baltimore Orioles have "a to do it. If they have the I

I II NEW YORK (UPI) Gary the DeLand toodge quintet to bounce them from the double possibly by 1965 and certainlyby good chance" of doing It. kind of a year I expect them

elimination tourney 1966. spokesman Bob Muss- He Insists the New York to have we have a real shot 1
Bradds ef Ohio State, a strong.
l' who donned a new Corky Stowell and Tim Silo each tallied eight points for baum laid today.NUllbaum Yankees for whom he starred at winning It all
silent type
the winners. so not Invincible "And I don't that
today was who hu operated many yean are mean some I
this season,
I look named the 1961 college basketball Tommy Spence came through with eight. points) for the the minor league Chicago P.... and that the Orioles will of our players have to have ,

ot the In a nationwide Dodgcmen then recently said Bill Veeck, not be awed by their reputed outstanding years, They only

I player poll by year United Press m.swiKegler's It wa*' close at halftime with the losers holding a 1413 former majority owner of the power."I have to play up to their poten.

,InternationaL lead but the Enterprise club came up with 11 points In the Chicago White Sox, had been am convinced I have the tiaL" 1

Bradds didn't add many third session and went on to the victory. Invited to Join the group and potential here to win the pen. SINGLES OUT THREE

SECOND GAME: He tingled out three players
but h* Is "definitely Interested"The ,
his vocabulary,
words to
iU Corner Allen White moved Into the tourney finals last night as the group will make formal who failed "to live up to their
matured ,tremendously awkward kid who lone unbeaten team with a 32.24 victory over the Florida Military application for the franchise it NIT Names I! potential" last season third

I the skinny sent out to replace the fabled School. The losers.tallied only two points in both the a meeting of the AFL expansion baseman Brooks Robinson second .

I was first and third periods.Lonnle committee late this monthor baseman Jerry Adair and

I Jerry Lucas to' a strong Braddock dropped In 14 points for the winners in April, Nussbaum said. Bradley Five center fielder Jackie Brandt.

I, I leader The and an 6-foot outstanding-8 center and 12 of these came In the first half as the winners held a u..beun.Id the AFL'i Robinson slumped to .251

2012 lead at the Intermission. five year contract for $36 million NEW YORK (UH) Old Adair to .228 and Brandt to
currently sports a 305 scoring By JEVME BELL Bert Fusco, Harriett Hearts and Scott Armour bucketed 14 points for the FMS qultet and with the National Broadcasting reliable Bradley will be back .248.

average.As Well, I am back again this Gen Walker all making the 310. seven of these came In the final quarter. Co. for TV of its again. "We all know they are better
a result, the Buckeyes week with the top notch scores Nell :Patti and Doris Cosunlnl KEY CONTESTTonlrht' games hitters
parked tie group'i decision to The NIT selection committee than that and they will
lead th* Big Ten Conference. and split making news of the converted; the ..5. Edna Duval. action will be the second mf'fttngIn the tourneyfor apply for a franchise. Wednesday tabbed the Braves have to do a lot( better this

race today and Bradds has returned week. The Castaways wer real and Barb Shore mad the 5 6. FMS.Enterprise. In the first game the FMS boys came If
from makea
of theyear" "We assume NBC will be Peoria, Illinois for the year we are going to
the 'player it out between the Alma KUngensmith pushed over with 39.35 overtime win over the regular season champs. "
\ ly ,battling up a to have oldest post-season tourney far run at the pennant Bauer
glad a Chicago market
award to Ohio Stat forth the 3 7 whIle Marie Mitchell finished
girls and boys this week. In the Armour took scoring honors for FMS in this game with and pay close to what the other the'. 11th time. They are the reasoned "But If they return to
third time In four years. the evening with the 9 7.Th .
Ladles Patsy John- 20 while hit 12 for Enterprise.The .
Department StowelJ form and If
teams are getting" he said. ninth school picked for this (Boor) Powell conS Jktlnues
) Lucas won the award In 1961 series of girls were really trying
inn rolled a real nice losers of tonight's action will be ousted from the The year's edition. to Improve aren't fa
and 1962 and Art Heyman ofDuk 180188 and 2112games : for thos 5QO series .on .the Pin NBC contract was expected we.
570 making her tourney while the winners will move on to championshipgame to They compiled a 198 record going to take a back seat to
each member
took It last Bell Scratch League Wednesday pay
year. Helm ,
look outstanding against Allen White tomorrow night "
while finishing In third any club 'in the league
f. Bradds was a wlrvjner with night. Eleanor Lankford about $809,000 per year and a placetie t
runaway second
i' t { McKechnie came In If ,Allen White loses tomorrow' tight then the deciding This Is the Marine's
Jn the Missouri )
Con. second
I In the voting conducted 11M. 201 -169 for a neat 554 rolled a real nice 209, with PegMyers game will be played on Saturday night A victory by Allen. Nussbaum said Ms group had Valley
301 editors 498 Harden a reserve fund of $1 million fcrence. Five of the Braves' six shot at managing a major
sportswrIters Frances rolling ,
t among series Then came White would give them the City Tournament crown.
league club "and this
and would be able to setbacks were suffered at the
t and broadcasters but, due Sheets bowling 153171175 fqr a Hearts rolling 499 Nell Fatti post escrow

to another excellent crop of 501 series The Mens Department rolling 478 Jo Lee Wiley rolling money at any time. hands of MVC opponents around It will be different"His

collegiate talent h* did not recelv gave them a hard race 470 Helen McKechnie rolling 478 The only obstacle at present Six.foot.two playmaker La. first time around was ai

a majority of the votes with Abe Lilly rolling 202.214 for and Elsie Well rolling 476. ACT LIKE YANKEES he laid, was a place to play, vern Tart beads the Bradley skipper of the Kansas City Ath

cast. Braids was chosen by 104 a beautiful 594 series. Mike A... Patsy Johnson took top honors and he aid he would fly to scorers with a 17.4 average andis Idles

of the nationwide selectors bury had a 205: and a 555 series. by rolling 543 III the split de. Florida next week to confer closely: followed by 69 Joe "I was glad to get the chance

Walt Hazzard who has led Art Bouleric rolled a 206 for partment came Helen Mc. with Arthur C. Allyn. Jr., headof I Strawder at 16.8, because you have to start

UCLA to an unbeaten record, a 543 series Then Joe Patti Kechnie making the 6710 Nell Tin The Boss' the Chicago White Sox, Twice NIT champs (1957 and somewhere," Bauer recalled.

wa a distant second in the stepped In bowling a 213 for a patti made the 910 and the Yogi about leasing Comiskey Park. 1960)), Bradley this season lists "But It was tough because I

.. balloting with 38 votes and Cot 537 series. Patsy, Art and Al 3 810. Eleanor Lanldord pushedover among Its' victims Arizona knew the Kansas City clubwasn't

ton Nash of Kentucky was a Co si ml I nl all bowled clean the 2.7 and- .1-10.- while I State, Cincinnati, M Inn e- going anywhere.Rcd.WIiite .

.*..elos* third with 34 Other play- games..Jo* Pattl pushed over Becky Rugs mad<< her favorite, sola, Wichita,. Notre Dame and

j 'en receiving general support the 6-7 cpuS, with Hayes Rup 3810, Sherwin Williams tried ,Yogi Eerra, new manager of suffered a ruptured muscle in JU :PICKS Oklahoma.The Test

were BUI Bradley of Princeton making the 4710 and Ruth but. I the New York Yankees, called his left calf as h* rushed to addition of Bradley

I'{t with 24 votes, Mel Counts of Schmoyer making the 810.. Ruby Hood rolled high single I lit players together at Fort Llnz'i aid WILLIAMS leaves the NIT three shy of its' In Men's LoopAction

,. Oregon Stat with IT and Jeff The Jack Jill League really and series on the Tea's.Hers Lauderdale Wednesday and ZIMMER HURT field. Others In the fold

Mulllrs of Duke with 14. had those pin flying this week League. Louise dark rolled a warned them, "I'm the boss." Several other teams also re AS COACH are St. Joseph's (Pa.), DePaul,

r "I consider it quit aa honorto with loads of splits being mad turkey: royal with Ruby and "I know that some of ported casualties. NYU, Pittsburgh, Duquesne St. Men Basketball resumes tonight In the

be selected player of the and some real beautiful scores. Ruth Oakley making turkeys. you may have heard stories Don Zimmer showed up at JACKSONVILLE Bonaventure. Army and Miami, League with

Bradds said when In. In the split department can Sickens were made by Velma over the winter that Ralph the Washington Senators' camp Jack. Fla. a single game in the Junior high
year sonville at 8 30.
Ruth Schmoyer, Al Schmoyer Seymour Dottl Ruckert. Virginia Joule was really going to with a fractured left wrist he University today gym :
formed of the selection. Especially '
announced that Joe Williams The Reds will clash with the
sine It's last year Carolyn Barnard Al Swlger and Lewis and Elsie Meinelt.Virginia do the ,managing for me," said said was sustained playing I I
my Whites In
has been named to tonight lone contest.
and It always will be a fond Edd Byrd all making th*,baby LewJi.: Louise Claike Brra. "Well lets g e t It handball at his St. Petersburg replace the Dick BASKETBALL Beginning next week double.headers .

I with me. 3.10.oe/ Lelght and' Barbara. and Velma Seymour all made straight, I'm the manager."I home Monday The veteran retiring
memory can carry Kendall will be
as head basket played on Tue5day
'I ]just hope I am deserving of BedIent pushed over the 56 the 3-10 split with Velma and expect you to act like third baseman will be sidelinedfor ball coach for the Dolphinsthis RESULTS and Thursday nights. ,

honor and I 'hop Ican with Janet Calkins, George Na Leola Warrensford making the Yankees, to dress well and to at least a month.Others .
an On
such Tuesday the Browns
live to it in the future" poll and Keith Veatch makingthe 4.5. Flo Hoffman added a little behave when you art out. I admitted to sick bay corning season. By Onltad Press 'IntarnatlcntlCOLLEOC
up Williams Is a former meet the Reds at ? o'clock and
said h would 5.7. For the ones a little sugar to the tea by making the don't want anybody getting Into were Gary Peters of the Chicsgo .
Bradds playI Oklahoma City University In the nightcap at S;30 It will be
tougher cam Babe Riley with 27 trouble." t White Sox (Inflamed C snn.c Smut SI Rtoda Island 10
I pro basketball only If the offer split.MANY eager who coached] In the Bnmon Coil.." SI Bnpton U. 50lervsrd the Grays playing the Whites
Veatch makingthe lecture shoulder) Andre of
th.3.1-10. Freda << STRIKES Following Berra's Rodgers ) IS Dartmouth TS
\1 was good. Jacksonville
\i i "It all depends on what ,kind 3.1-10. Jo Brown making the The Ladles Tea Pins had a utility Infielder Phil Urn, be. the, Chicago Cub (gashed left becoming; assistant area coachat (-...' ." m Cnlnmbla SI "aea"'L NOOSCIa

1 of setup 1 could get," he ex '1710 Nell Patti the 5-610 Matt "Pooper Scooper" on Tue.dayIIllht. : cam the Yankees' first training hand), and Don Mossl of the Furrnan, University this Lebl.h Tula VI 74 Brown Rulltra T9 tt
I Moroz the S10 and Helen Ennls Jean Barton bowled a casualty when R* "ras Detroit Tiger (swollen elbow). Hiram SI ('u. Ttrh 41 NOTICE TO AFPCAftW
plained. "U It's not worth my season. fif
i l Muhlanhorr I'I..fI.ld THB CIRCUIT COURT
\if while< it's not worth letting the 417. Sam Sardtneer and complete game without a mark struck under the left eye by aground Bob Anderson finally signed He coached the Terry ) SI Qanann 17 (nt) TUB TTH JLDirlAt:; ClRCrit
mad turlt and had Prln, l< 7< P... Icicle Red Thompson y" a beautiful gam Those ball. Dr. Sidney his contract with the Kansas m .Y
I1 Into. It, all depends upon, the [ Parker Junior High team Sit John; (XT) ss Holy Croat 11 TT FLORIDA
while\ Red Lewis mad a turkey Strikes were, really coming in team City Athletics, leaving the "
I elfer, Jaynor, the physician, to a 213 record In 1960.61 Indian (>nt tl ManUiaatar 71
Arlttt X.nt Kt il ToUHo' 14 NO. Sotil 'Win. 51
royal Ebeling, Sophie club with four holdouts -
Bradds, who comes from and to the Jacksonville (Inrlnnatl 14 Xavlvr Ohio) II .LEN 5PR1N05 r'swzLrp.MvNT : ; .
Jamestown, OhIo| one expressed GET TUXKCYI Woodson, Cenny Lewis, Ann Rocky Colavlto, George Aluslk city I championship He Ifl.h P..lot U Er"kln. I'Ari. ; COMPANY; ISC., a Plofldscorpnratlon
On Monday night the Odds 'N Gerard, AMa Moor and Joyce Wayne Causey and Moe Drabowsky. *.. I' T.mpe i. Arisnea $5 PIaI"Utf
Kentucky Wood
his Intent to go to next coached at Rlbault I'....r 11 Air Tnrr. 50Deytne
and ,play for Adolph Cndi went 'fo town with Jtnnl Winfrey all making turkeys. Chop High School the following n .t Jou"" ta.) 74LSGAL SENTRY cnRPnR4Tlnor.: now.
Bell Janet Calkins and Hazel Chickens were mad by Freda Listed the other known at TERRY IMJLSTRIES.OIOAATIC
,. Rupp lie I II married, a pttyal.C among year and his team rolledup NOTICEs 1\C. a Dalawira rorpnratl SnS
cal.ed major and eventually Smith all rolling turkeys. Ber- Veatch, Carol Smith, Ruby holdouts were Julian Javier of a record of K11 to win REALTY: CORPORA-

I hopes to teach. nice Schaetler made a chicken Clay, Doris Smith, Glenda the Cardinals, Tony Gonzalez the Gateway Conference NOTICE TO CNtOITOH cool1.,.a/.alawara'a I GlOANTtr corporation REALTY, ,
twice, with Sue Messenger also Sumpter Von: Baulerlce, Carol Says of th* Phillies Joe Tome of Championship. IN THW COUNTY JUDO!:' Dafandant
h I Ilk. n, Darlene Norman Dot Plttman Marilyn and Camilo Pas- TO THE BIFC.NDANTS> !
making e the Braves, During the 196263 season COU NTT, FLORIDA, IN PRO.

: McLean Slows had a.nlc* high lame ot Arthur (twice), marlene Coal- cual of the Twins. hI was freshman IN BATE.KB ESTATE or EVTRT CORPORATION. now

.. : Ray 193. with Janet Calkins rolling mini, Ruth Schrnoyer. Anita Me- WASHINGTON (UPD- coach and recruiter at CARL A JVtLHOV. Do"....". know.. cc TEORT lNDd.5T01E5INC.

high series 'Of
I : ;; Dics At 48 department ''am. Lunett Mc. In lbs split ,department, ,cam takes hard work and ::. Vols Shade with his quintet posting a avlni mid claim ."tate nr d.nandamgein.S Company 12* SoulS. Slat R..l4*.nt StresS A..aL

Ghee making the S-7, Lois Gil- Daisy Almqulst Ruth Schmoyer remaining there requires perseverance record of 117. nntiriad Tmi and and aaah.nqulrad of )''' art kurah Dovor. D.IswateCt1ANTIC
r. prawn
*> lisp1. .nd Pat Coupas making June Lord, Jennie Bell making By his own admission, This season at Furman any clalmi and 4.manda whhh : REALTY CORPORA
r OKTROIT: (UP!) "Everyj the 310 and Shirley Wttaoa. also the 3.10, with' Ruth and Freda Sonny Listen lacked it Gators 59.58 he in of the you,inr lth.r of you mar have ?10VI :
charge ,
on. will miss him greatly"That I wa th* tltat. ni CARL A. 'nil** I'.... Corporation
mad the 2 7 split Veatch making the 5-10. Pauly The former heavyweight defense when that school NbUION rt.<-..M was< the simple tribute On the Mixed Whtttaker mad a nice pick $'ouniy rinrlda' tn the Hnn John !. Mouth Bun StewS
Suburban up he ,
I champion said Wednesday C y UnlUd Press lnt* tatlnal shocked Davidson, 70 55 *. Bvlnttnn; County; Judva of Voluma ,
ef Lions' Dorar, Daliwara
,, owner William League Mia Madlgan' bowling on the 5.7, with Arlette Ebeling felt lie hadn't trained hard Tennessee and Florida closed Countt', at hi. .ci',-. In thlt

day Ford to Ray (Scooter) 212 and Bess Newton rolling 190 making the 4 5-7. Von Bouleric enough for last week's fight out the 1964 Southeastern Conference County Courthoum, I.. IreLand. Vn and all parti*) clalmlnt Inlernt hrtht'nseh .
McLean luala Coniilj'. rltirlda. within s1!. usd eCorelsin.I 0 ofth
who died any
Wednesday had the high singles Boots mad the 51, and Phyllis Paul with Casslus day but If he campaign Wednesday LallA" NOTSOIS' month from the date ef tha flritruhllcatlon Shove Defendants> ; and all

In Ann Arbor of cancer at the Wetherlngloit! rolled a 559 and closed the evening with the 27. gets another chance hell "go night .at Gainesville, Fla. Tennessee hartf All rlalma. and partita haln* or .l"lmln,. ti> have
not prawntad within IS.time right till 'n'.r.,,' In tics
anr nr
"ge of 48.McLean. Fran Jackson rolled a 462 for Trolls Thompson, rolling on ip In the mountains and chop won, 59 to 58. on two NOTICE TO APPIAP) I and ,In the manner pram........ prnnrt hrh l d..ron.

the popular pony the 'high series. Sam Jackson the Subteens, made a nice chick some wood" to be sure he's free throws by Dan Schultz. IW THf TTH CIR"T JIPKIA. eVl'RT C1RCT OH1THB 'IT .Sr...In law ahaU b* barrad a. provided TOl ARE: HEMFBT, nnllfl
back of the Chicago Bears'Monsters rolled five nice strikes In a row tn this wtek. Dirk Lilly rolled nt. Listen claimed the life of Schultz one of the ,best foul IN: AND FOR VULLBIA: '" UNIT. P t,d Prkrnary 11 A T>. I'M. 5 U. following to Forcla. crlt>*4 proprtri

:' of the Midway" is with Tenny Hutchesoa and Boots a nice 192 single, with, Debbie shooter In the nation tied the V140aIrAxirr.. './ VAR )I. NICtHOV'
a champion made, him take booS' TJIr: B A. Rtx-utnr nl the Last Wilt All of annrnm.nt tie 4 and
the 1940', entered University Wethwlngton! rolling turkey roy. Malmros rolling a U8. Trella things too eiy something the game up in the last 20 seconds, MKOV flPHINOa PEVEt/lp. and Ttatamrnt ef Carl. X >>a|. T. In fractional arrtlnn 1.Towuhlp
; Hospital ,Oct. 28 for treatment als. Orey Crlppen, victor $ch... Thompson came, through with to lot the lead again when NEXT COMPANY. INC, a liertdaOoreratto. eye. TVrcaiwil. 14. south Slavic tl
new titleholder should note. only ., rialnttflHBNTRT JORDAN *V AnFRTflAttornav 11;..." Ynluwa' e.."...,. rkrtdaand .
ef her
what was believed to be Newton and chicken. to make ale
Bess Allen
a ter Larry game The former champ was In theutlon' Gator guard Brooks Henderson "" fnr tha Eatat trial part *< the tuillamfelMlama \
skiing Injury to his 'shoulder., all ha4. turkeys In tile split of 148. Cecilia Johnson rolled a crsttpnnitinv. sewkrnswe J4" N-rtk nnrlda Ortnt 5.etafi ft,
capital to confer with "lIk'a goal.Henderson LWSTRIEK.. ro. pea 444 .
as Townahlp It igoutk Rant :
However, tests showed h* had department cam Tenny.Hutcht- 125 Sharon Toothman and Internal Revenue agents about i then fouled Schultz INC. a TloltRfrJo n>nraUi:..t. anil thai .rnrt of t".
cancer and his health deteriorated IOn and Teen! Hammond making 'Danny Neater rolled 120 and na.Ai.Tf CORPORA.TIOV P.tI.II:' William Fanton Orantrllaa
Elaine tax liens of $28 million from ; (In:th*J last two seconds.and the : a/k '.a OJG4 TIC RXA1.TTCORP. IK. Tnwnihla U Bouth,. stemea
rapidly the 27. Orey Crlppen and Turns rolled two nice- the day fight which was Int. Vol ace 'mad both of ,them .. A Dalaaara aorrnrallon. TO CftSOITOM Kan.: 5ylrrEast.tlts nr*"'
A former coach ef tile Green Carolyn Brown converted tile S.7 games of 110. and. 100. I rxfandanttTO IN THE COUNTY. fltW"5 nt COats HirtiwaT ati posed[ by the/ government. TIle I good for the victory THB DErB.NDAVTS) : : (T\!'RT tV AND FOR VOLIKIACOUXTT. the SoulS MM of Hid, fra*.
while Eleanor Graves: Led On the Bantams this ,week .
Bay Bert
Packers. McLean ..
was on. exact amount of Union The 'Gator Jumped to an rLORIDA. FILB: NO. llonal S.rUon I pro.ur.* 'IV..
of tilt most popular men In the rhaus, Victor Schaefer: and Lou- Randy Hlgglnbotham mad the money tlES1'1CORPtlItA"tl'l S5w5n55 r.lIR\\ *rlT. (. aalrt, tat. Hlihwir. and
I will have to 1s unknown early- lead in the first period 1'IR81 ixovsraixalxc EStATE (i, ..
pay as RentS f the Old Road .n. *
National Football League, H* II" Robinson all mad tile 310, only chicken: ,Jimmy Hanna becaus'the I loat It several times but had a RALPH B. VAX KINK. Draarl. .. Spring Oardaa. Ka.
served as backfletd coach forth The Split Happy Ladle turnedto mad* the tough 4.M..split Forth now receipts, from uYMI.4. "51".. Cnranralln T* all cradltora and '11'tMrwn
the day fight have not been totaled 32.28 advantage at halftIme CnrnpaflT. R.a44.M Ansi kavliw ....I", Cf daaundaaialnat kaa hens nM. atalart Tm asS
Lions splits again Monday night, good game bowled: Joe I .
sine 1939.: H said aataia.To
was Vein back strong lath Ut *.ulh Srala StraatDvr rye eye rpaatrmd in arve a COOT
brought to Detroit by head with Norma Lelght picking tip ,Schmnytr\ 133.. Randy Hlgglnbntham yet. I TIle cam j5IswsrIlatArItlO .* Cal seeS. at ?..... ar* Iiarah* of yew newsy tf pfctadlna t. aat*
second despite norJda' MKIfl4 ".* rraulrad" tn araaantany .
"We reached an agreementwher period. fimtDtalnt on the Plalnnffa at
Coach George Wilson an old the 37. Phyllis Mead Eleanor 113. Charles Riley 127- ( : &EALTT COBPORATION : ...,... and demands wkh-h. you, tornay PAtIO A. GRAVES: Mil
Jeammat from the Graves and Pat Lilly all making lit Tom Sperling 127. Ronald I can t cheat them, LI*. i efforts to slow the game. lIP either af 70e mar S.ev.asIsoS IN..... a..... Oral Gblav FV>rIda. >
Bears. ton remarked "and 1 hope they I Itan't A. W. Davis of Tennessee led nlt4: Ial"t CwrsfteeC..m.v. t". *atat. *f RALPH R. VAX and fit eel'ire5 anavtror
Paige 116 111 John
m Service for McLean' will b* the S 7, and Shirley Hlxson making Holland 110- 25 Gator RaMnt Altai rrVK, M-Md.. lat* ft Volurta Btoadln, lel"thb" (Xflr af eke
held Friday at U the I 5-71. Some real Me 117, ,Kenneth Pipe KM. Jimmy cheat me. Whatever II' all scorers with points tit 8OTiih State StOneSC.Mv. Cmincy: nnrxta, Sm, th* Ho*. Joha '.m. at theft I due them they can have." crater Mont Hlghley had TL .,. Dalawar t Rylaitoa; Oontr Judc of Va' nvlor the Hal day af Her'S. I'."
bowled Hanny
First -Methodist Church In Biro series were Monday 107103 Doug Will 101 tulle County Coualy tourthmia If ynv fall l It do .... a r>*cr.* Pm
t .Mlnghara Mich night too. Dell Grove rolled a Billy Hamilton Ul. and. ,John eNt alt aarH. clalmlaii InlaraM hrShroud In DoLe..'.. 1'........ ('....,... Flor> <'",,1.,* will ha anlnvtT
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