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Vol. 50 No. 46 Friday, March 6,1964 DeLand, Florida 32120

I Seat Relocation Petition Ruled

.' Insufficient .:By. County Board ,


Courthouse Move Defeated; Queen At Bedside

Commission Takes Action Greek King Loses'' r


Over Jail Work Injunction I Battle With 'Death

ATHENS --King Paul Paul aacended the throne aa ,
1. whoM courage and leadership King of the Hellenea 01 April
By HELEX: milLE helped tout back a Communlst 2, 1947. 7 J
Bun New RUtt Writer bid to seize' Greece By that time, he had mad a '

The Volusia County Commission today for the second time found the county teat relocation petitions insufficient after World War n. died today name for>> himself through his
The drive east coast to obtain sufficient In Taint Palace.: He WM 43. bravery.It .
five-year by an group petitions to attempt to move the county seat from
DeLand tailed. Constantine Paul 23-year took a top-level decision by ,
old son was to be sworn la aa tile Western Allied command to EE>Q TALL t' .. '
Commissio'ners authorized their attorneys J. Lewis Hall Tallahassee,.special counsel and Charles)' Luther., county King almost Immediately ICmllm .. rn ins .*.* ** *IIII..
attorney, to request the Circuit Court to dissolve injunction blocking: construction of the new jaiL .Attorneys also Paul eat his struggle for life
will ask the court to lift the restraining order which halted construction of a new courthouse annex in Daytona Beach. alter aa operation for a serious Two j
States Battered
Leroy Northrup, chairman of the East Volusia Relocation Committee, said after the meeting that its attorneys stomach ulcer: Fab. 31, .
would review the figures presented this morning and decide whether or not to file another suit. Hk. TKTmONS 8un'ClENt' A brief rally followed the e.

Northrup, Robert Kilgore and Daytona Beach Attorney John Parkinson have objected continuously to th* dele* ., .attenMIf J. Lewis Hall four-hour operation, But the ...
tion of ]have_protested that actual taxpayers were not' counted and signatures! stricken as "non-compar- King condition steadily deteriorated ,
able" had bees lumonzea. until II became apparentthat Winter Weather -
When the first petition was It was only a question of
District Action Reversed
presented to the county commla Scheduled 1 Tomorrow time before the end

emit Kilgore admitted there were An official announcementfrom
"lorl r1H." PartdMon has headed the palace said the King

the battery of attorney representing died at 4 U p"". (1.12)( ) a.m.)
Decision Favors the relocator He was EST). Stages Rampage
not at the final hearing today OrangeFor City Set A medical bulletin (Mi morning

.ttl SHORT !had reported a "very.alight
Commlsaloner today found tha Improvement" m We Kin,'. *, V.1e.4 haw lm.M..ti....l flashed out ol their banks cey
relocation petition was short condition, reportedly because of I Ice.ladea flood waters toredown ring roads In the New Albany
2,024 signatures necessary to aa Improvement in tea tune hrtdgea, ripped beats 1 JetleraonvlU area. .
Tallow Company can an election oa where to relocate from thM moorings and spilled '
Fro itierpm. Da tinning) of his kidneys. : la tile Wed wind(\riv.a'.MW J
till county aest But three tour later th* bus, Into "v.'U11..N \In Yen ap rwd tram the 1'.rtckH0' ft*

"..,. -- .' ., .. -, ,. ,, M". r.. Proponent of relocation bad et.w' I 4.5 'I-'''''It'.f.. ..", .", ,_ .. grm'emebtreversedItsef; .opal, anna and renniylvaala! ,\May. Upper reaches et the Miaals-tp>.
to obtain .. ., 1
signature from one- la the -W. .a. need ,*n watorrt
aald the Pueblo Cole got flvInches "
,. ace source pi.
'who refused
TIle County Zoning me wets a permit third of till
quaHfied lctor fumed ftWI' the north.era
Board. heard Its first three cues to construct an automoblla racing who paid taxes o* or before Au,., ORANGE CTTY r Frontier )fr.. dan Marshall ... entered' the tart Hours .of Ala plains and leaded Inward of snow! during Ue sight
yesterday and today laud Its apeedwajr tear the Samsula II. 1960 for tile ,petition to be Day will get under way at 11 and Mra. Jerry Beraaaek wUl Wa.QfEEN Midwest rltiM which were amt .'ft was arm coming dnwv
AT BrMIDE: after
rulings. valid. ..m. tomorrow with a pared be tile co-chimes. sunup Heavy snow warn
tile Dlatrirt Irport.BOARD MEMBERS led by Hartaock, Queen rredettka, who rut bolted by the wont dorm el ings ware up for southeast end
Th* board reversed Hall gave tile fallowing account Jarw. parade Tie Hootenanny Talent Con- the winter earlier this week.
I Zoning Commlaaloa and Hearing: argumeata yesterday of tile eommla.l nen' examination marahal. Hartaock: Is presides teat will cad tit* day's feattvltlea shod an American lour lilt Across muck of the satins south central South DOot.vnorthern
gave the American Tallow Co. afternoon were chairman C. E.MeClIlIeult. of their findings: of tile Orange, City Chamber of and will b* held lit tile DJcMmon moats t* n,,11a bark to her all- March was ahaplag up a* one Nebraska lIorth..titlwa
the go ahead to operate Its tallow New Smyrna -THE MASTER Hit of electors Commerce. Memorial Library Hall at T.JO. lag husband. was at all bed- ef the bitterest month of the end southwest Mlnnewta.
plant IB Oak HU. Beach: Dr. P. A. Drohomer,WU- who wen taxpayers a* of Tb* rout will be from Banana p.m. The judges will be Gary side whet lie died dying "Inter _u._._. ...... a
It sent back to tile District\ : I Dam Fair and W. O. ShaWlx. Aug II 1M totaled 40."" Av. and S. Holly Av.. aorta on Moor of DcLaad. Harold Carrier Dr Thomas Doxldet certified storm that cut Ibrougk.n. the g 'Mac1
tol Commlaaioa for review ; Daytona Beach: area, and H. B. I -THE MINIMUM signatures Holly Av. to E. Crave Ave, and Mra. Chriatlaa Bahnk the King's death the* kissed South and Midwest claimed at Okay;
the variance granted for con (Bialy) Odham, DeLand. Odhamwaa needed on a petition were 13,482 east to Oak) Av and north to E, of Orange City him on the forehead, aa did the leait :21 lives aid Its: backlash
atructlon: of a trailer park la the appointed to the board yeatoday -PETITIONS filed'totaled 34,- Unlvenlty Av. and east on University Judging la the annual\ beard weeping Queen and other members gales stilt No Cancer
were chilling: I Ik *
to N. Lesvitt Ave., where el th* family
Eldora section. to succeed Walter Itord- 143. contact will b* held at T;U p m,, royal Northeast
It denied the appeal of two mann who resigned to run forth -DUPLICATES numbered ItSOS. the pared will diiband. !vII prior to the Hootenanayrmiteat. rAMIUM FLMJ
District\ : 1 county commission The featureof the afternoon In Dickinson Memorial WASHINGTON It:?!) r Gen,
office. -NON.REGISTERED: sinters will lit tk* bars show at 1 D,m. Thousands of tons of !II.gorged Douglas MacArthur underwent
Library Hall
Phone Service Fair dliquaiuiea: << himself on totaled 7,934NON with Horace Pope, president of tOR'L. rivers In Vermont and major/ aurgery' at Walter R4
In charge of the beverage eonceaalon forced[ sews of families to Dee
the West Voluata Club
the Tallow plant appeal because: TAXPAYERS totaled SaddJlf Army hospital today. and sur
will b* Mr* 0. IV Kendrick their nnmea.Cov .
he had the electrical contract serving as general manager. and ,MIl, found no evidence ef
2,498NONGENUINE W.VJC. Mn, Roy Sroula. Mra. i Philip H, Hnff declared
Ralph Tatum. member cancerMacArtnu's,
Seen on tile building or not authorized
Protest Rodney Tkuraby, Mra. Donald While
the River unctlon| area adltaiter
The Appeals Board reversedthe algnaturea totaled 1.411. announcer.SHOW>> gall Madder was
Coyne and Mr*. Jim .ndrU. ,
after four f
Jan. 13 ruling by the DlitrlctS -WITHDRAWALS filed totaled aCHKDCLETh area sot removed la the operation eon
toning commission ordering 4.U4 schedul for the show will Frontier Day bas become the thick blocks of. Ice battered ducted by a team of three top
In Lake Helen construction: of the tallow plant -TOTAL to be deleted totaled consist ol 10 events. The show main project: of.the Same Club down a 1.101nM bridge. Another light military surgeons
atopped 23.38T. will open with the grand entryof of Orange City In an effort to bridge spanning the La Mi>UI* A honplinl bulletin IssueQ

LAKE HELEN- City offldala BOARD RfU>OTb -TOTAL valid signatures all tile rider Ther will be promote Interest In building a River also went down. nearly four hours alter the operation .
here may appeal to the rtorlda Appeal. Board ruled that 11.4M. a special' children's cloverleaf sew" recreation building for I" la Pennsylvania. the watersof sego said that MacAr.hur .
by JIM youth anti< dultf,fIC *the the Ice clogged Allegheny..
Board of Public Utilities U complaints the District S Commlaaloa on RCftOLLTION! CONTENT and doverleaf flag rac and wlthitood the operation
from residents about Jan. U adopted a stopgap resolution The resolution declaring the pole bending for Junior and community. River tore barfei, houaeboata well.
"poor" telephone service: COB- without giving tile required petition Insufficient state that It seniors. The epea events for all ; and a river trine from their, The condition of the N ear.
tine. 15 day public notice of was not signed by th* minimum age will b* keyhole, pickup Munlff (Probril morring at Pittsburgh 7k eriver old soldier was described aasatisfactory
Mayor Enter B. Royal directed tile bearing. The Board also .Cetotl.... is Pan tw.r and fallow the leader went on a tear following ,
the city's attorney Freda ruled that from the record: tile There will be tile usual concessions CHICAGO rCPI PoU '* today Crewmen Rescued the 1 breakup ef aa Ice gorge Army Surgeon, General Leonard .
Mandnick.: to nla tile appeal resolution "attempts to declare List Published ef foods and tile carnival Inveetlgated the gang land. level mile long and 20 feet Heato. who beaded the
if the number eR complaints a lawful basinet a scissors per will feature the country style slaying of poker faced iCATTLB: (UPI) Twenty.aU thick. French Creek flood waters surgical. team, HId the operaWo .
warrant seeking state regulatoryhelp. ..." It note that U any lawful store flab pond. bean bag. milk ex-cenvtrt: Albert/ Romans the survival war taken from forced 4) peraoni from showed that MafArthvr
business becomes a nuisance, Tb* IM W tbM *b* laded bottles dart board and pony son of a MM'am* uaoclat ofanderworld Ross/to Strait by helicopter their homes at MeadvtD, Pa. was suffering from gaUst****
Resident compUlats to city the law provide a method forth .. rtar to Ik* pervhwc *lt ride for Ute children. A clow rur Al Capon and Navy crash boats tali Flood waters bum up else rather" than a malignancy, _
officials regarding telepknae abatement of a aulaaac It +gUnU* the 144 .., kt costum will all balloons.BAM Romano. 41, knows to pollr morning after their" tank* where east ",! t IJIe MlsilMlppf.Indiana This was the second surgery
service reportedly are oa the aIIO declared: that from tk record recMrntloa ronuwnl situ ktHMMd DDTNEB a* a Jack of all underworld Bunker HU exploded and. sank.Tk 'stream were rblng toward tin MacArthur In four year la
tnereas. Subscribers W tilt tile J... U resolution was ,. M nag a el ....,'. A bam dinner win I be served ta I trade. *. was found shot la death Cain Guard laid U of their' highest levels ta MO[ lie Mderwent' a prostate
change Clay TelepK Co.. wb.sldlary rctroacttv zed outlawed a bust- I. New. .tile Liens Clubhouse from SIX: Thursday. the 44 ertwmM aboard were months and awn tributaries operation) la New Tori.I .. _
of tie Winter Park Telephone which ws permissible *t .: .r_.. -r
sees ...... =" ,. 't .M, lOt account*! lor, IAI... I "" -
.w. '
Co.. apparently are disgruntled the time tb* bonding was : ,,i rI" ,. -
and "hlrt over rates"alMMrrrra"pot aarvk:* started.At yesterday's bearing C A. fell 1, n ; Jury Watches Films/ .

nUJFOBHIManctalck \lncent.: Daytona Beach attorey -
DALLAS ami la a darkened
suggested reaJdeats represented George Pd< the alack
courtroom, Jury
( ol the America Tallow -
here form a dozens: committ*
rder trial today
to work will atrnJU groups ta C*.JflhnntoMcLeod. ApnpkaRed ; 4 watched Ruby'a film m.. tb* Le Harvey
and CatMdaga to cc:....... N r'I Vi
Orange Oty Oswald ahnotlng while In*
compU a Mat of apadfl complaint Violence 'l a defendant. Mt ebswtsa; gun lit M.
*. Up any moviegoer.
TIle Orang dry TelephoneCo. )t -
serve' all three West VotsvU In South Viet Nam i I
comnHinitie: Lake &.IftII'lIIt" t J dry ts st lie Defector TetlJACKSONYILLt Get the world's finest

the compaQ a ",..r ,
SAIGON. Soutk Viet SamLTDCommnsAst (tn Alabama
U 1KB.I .
1M3 tk* company reported ( guerrilla activity authorities gave accused beating oil fromDon's
Viet Nan tarebrnary Raw
ta teach bomber William Sterling ,
completion of a major expawdoa
was the .****. ** f era*. ir another. Me detector
proJect for tag talepken*
sautes: t* 1M0'1WI'A eomiwMttl a shale montk l.ItM history teat today .la> aa attempt" todetermine
Bf* O EMI of this Batten's antl-Camnnlat I whether W was Baked

ether buses at the i.> was a UX apofceamaa said Ia I M rR with Ike September bombing Fuel ServiceCuf5o
tar city enramlaatoa meeting Let today. a BirmtfgJuws rkurck.Raacrans
alP board use: Tk cpokasmu said Our was JUt through a
UCARP a proposal by ComBisaioaer were 1X0 snack: and ether<< L polygraph lest ta M. Aagtarttaa
CkartMMl t*h 1 1rteemmodtaf viateat tacktaata tatttatsd by t Thursday and K. Ideas CevntySkerU lint
rev ins of tile tk* VM Coq Cbmnulats tarebrnary. U O. Davis said fie

city bofldlac cod*. Mayor Xoyal although tb* vast tat dewed tk* maekaaM W For This ATM
tamed a eovmine t* tady tile majority at those were *a a the rail e d bUtts and the
wffl mall scale.The i rkurrk, \bombing.DeCauilrTlan.
latammendattoa. Tk group
1 301 Bomb Bool.rud Phone
RC: 44901
report at tb* lint regular beard prevVxM high level nark
tneettiig.rurnvn. of ren-.... attacks rm Hit
> a eemplalat last Hvtmtor ta tbe wake of
'look For The and Blue
from Mrs Bm Hey regnnBc Ik* asap Cut tippled Ik rghM *- wAgln'NGTON tUrn See. Orange

tilt dry's panting *C tree I* *l Ik. Lie( Proudest NgDtak .- --- Mary *f Hal Dean Sash. said
Kak Part. Mrs. Bey old canto W n.Oreraraewt. r today that talk; W 'newMug" **!. Tank Trucks
BdMkMen tk* tree duatiuyajpr farce te February SoulbraM Ads M *.>
vkM* planrowxli Jar Ckfl- suffered a beat W JJM HEY. POP.TOUR FACT IS FUZZY -Ralph llkkman appear real Inquisitive sad by Freak President&

are* tk* part.AUTHORIZED kilted, capnanad and warded over the whisker that have rft't' uc.d on the Jan of hla lather, Charles' Hick- (UUile tfe Gaulle. lend Mtwlermlia Cull Crtxlli Cardj Honored
pvtkaae, ttfacflWe ..d mtaanig; as ctMtparfdi with man, :(*) N. Thorp Are, in The senior Hfckman( allowed' the beard to *'* the moral a* tk*
avldltioaal Jt dII. aa4ckam UMUM and capttrad hr Ik.47ommmleta. grow when be decided to enter, the bear contest, a :mils ol tomorrow's froeUsr ...>k Vietsameae ki Iketr wit j
fcr UopUaa LOnry. Day ctltttfaUon la Orao f City. (Sun Kcws Staff Photo) against. Commuatat fuarrtSaa. I


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Motions Overruled ., 2 DIWID (CAOHDA' ) in MEWS' RiDaY, MARCH i, TtM

N ett3 Briefs


Is Slated. From ',\

Sentencing Group Votes PriceCutTo

't'p '.. "tIf Area Towns

I II LAU HELEN State Dairy Farmers

In Hoffa's Conviction
,. I Ir The Lake Helen recreation
committee has called a meeting
1 1r
of all parents and other
ORLANDO UPI) Milk distributor representatives of several largeproducer
CHATTANOOGA Twin (UK psrtment Officials have admitted a "counter surveillance" agent Interested In improving and .
In Killsborougli\ and distributor organize.liens
Federal Judge Frank Wilson that the public" "coming: and for the defense r adding to the recreational facilities Plnella counties will again be said they could! buy mlllt
for the
today overruled last-ditch mOo goings" of five other individual Splndel who took the Fifth young people. .
and truck in
it the
eut oI state :
Summer subject next Tuesday to the reUU -
.lMj 1 and
tloai to throw out the Jury were watched in Chatta Amendment about 20 gme*'under \. coming .
thin tl cents.Hillsborough
plan should be made to get price contnds set by the let
tampering conviction of Team* nooga. government Crossexamination '
the controversial State Milk Com- <<< PlneUas
swimming area in condl a n
stars President James R Hoffa New Tork wiretapping expertBernard. Thursday, j'.
"walcbed'aby' rb don for we of adult a* wellS mission counties had been removed from
and aet sentencing for March Spindel told the hearing most constantly .
.1 the young people committee The commission voted Thursday commission milk price controls
Thursday he was hired asJ federal .
12Hots, convicted on two agents.Greek spokesmen laid. night to return the two last month after a chain ef
I The meeting will be held In Tampa Bay counties to milk dairy stores cut prices below
count, face a maximum of 10
the pavilion In Blake Park at price controls In an emergency the act minimums to 89 cents
years in prison. rMarhet King: b 7 10 pm Monday. Residentsare order passed it the close of a gallon.
Wilson! in turning down the J
urged to attend and to two day regulation review
detente for mistrial
request voice their opinions at their ml'ltlnlIerl.

'weeks brought of to an courtroom end nearly proceedings even. i I Loses Fight meeting. Before adjourning Its semen, Scat Relocate

Summary the commission: elected Sarasota
The homeroom mothers of attorney John Pinkerton as new
Defense attorneys sought the I > With Death the Lake Helen School will chairman, succeeding C. O. Petition RuledInsufficient

mistrial declaration on grounds A* reported by Uri and the hold a bake sale and country Andrews. Jr., who was appointedto
government "spying" gave the boil and Co. Iflre.. r t store across: from the post office a circuit court judgeship at
Reynold .
U.S Justice Department its CC0ntlnu4 tram F On.) 1.30
Stocks out of their beginning at a.m tomorrow Lakeland:
trot in five federal pulled keep him from ,
victory returning from f .
day dump this and 'j The commission aiM voted .
court cases against Hotfa exile to the -
'Join underground
<< '
marched higher on.morl'sctlvtrading \ Thursday to reduce the mini.
Wednesday. resistance against the Nazi tri i mum price paid to dairy (CorttUat rrm fig CM)
Hit labor leader ,and three during World War H. : Tallow PlantSupported
cenvlcted of attempting Auto were firm. Chrysler farmers by four cents, from 61 one third of the qualified elector:
were tacked on nearly a point During the bitter Communist- i to 57 cents a (allon who were taxpayer.
bribe and
to corrupt Inspired civil: war in the .
Youngstown Sheet moved up postwar DISSENTER A second resolution aid that
Juror la the government' 1162 about 2 In the, steels. Chtml- years, Paul continually By Only commission member severs grand juries and the

conspiracy case against Hoffa. call were firm. < projected himself into the thick ji1 Chris Jensen, an Ocala dairy' stats prison inspector had fount

VS. District Court Judge Stores moved up. Macy and of hostilities and visited the farmer, Voted against the four- the Volusla County jail te 1 be

,Frank hearing WUen had"surveillance"already be: Safeway were. up at least 1 front at least 80 times.He 6'fti Appeal Board cent drop In the price paid to unsafe for prisoners. It authorized .

.cfLarges when the retuned apiece McDonnell added! a was born in Athena onDec. dairy fanners. the attorney to ask for the
large. fraction la the lr.crrts.' 14 1901,- the third ten of Under the order lowering the lifting of the injunction: and restraining
verdict. CmtlBuH
its tnm
Page Omlattorney
CLADI SPYING IBM paced 'tb, electronic King Conntantlne. At the time basic price level the commission orders.It .

Hotfa claimed the gainer with a Jump of more he had only a remote chance of represented a group of. I excluded the :Pensscola also declared lie intent ot

attorney their than S followed by gain ef 1 ascending the throne, so he was citizens: protesting the construction area from the new controls. the county commissioner to proceed
alleged spying hamstrung and operation of a tallow The new producer price control with the
to embark adventuresand Jail constructionin
effort to defend the talking to mora than 2 in Zenth and on
tough- plant area.SPEEDWAY.
was established by the Df Land and a new courthouse
Teamster leader, who Motorola << exploit which he never
Pacific could have done ISSUEAlex commission on a sliding icale. annex in Daytona Beach
termed the conviction : Lighting rose more a* crown
quickly! : I than 3. Financial Federating prince Uttlefield Jr. representedR. Under it, when milk supply Is The! resolution stating the petition
"unfair railroad job. B. Crews Mar
.a : and Robert L.
The government repeatedly advanced more than 2. AlrlinHImpmv.d By the time he was 30, It appeared I tin who had been denied a permit short and demand high, the was found insufficient gave
E basic could 595 in order the
price to chronological
go up steps
paced by Northwest
obvious he would
denied It conducted turvelllanceof ascend for the racing speedway.The .
defense attorneys, defend. and Delta-both up 1,or better. the throne Paul' oldest board of appeal denied cents a gallon. token by the commissioners

'ante, or defense witnesses in Alcoa advanced about 1. brother George 'died'without CASE IN POINT-A barred window removed from the appeal because the tiling fee The basic price could also go tine the first relocation petition

the cue, although Justice De- Campbell Soup moved up about heir in 1947. Mi second brother Volusia County' dilapidated jail at DeLand is < case in had not been paid within 30 days lower than 57 cent, but the. wa filed Aug. It I960.
1 in the food Lessons, Fair- for the need lor of commission dldnt let minimum FIRST RULING
Alexander had died without point urgent a new jailhouse. County the notice of appeal. Little.
: bank )Morse. Whit Dental, Ad. a male heir commissioners today requested that a court injunctionbe field paid the $15 filing fee yes price or mike It clear: On July (, 1961. th* first pat.!.
who or how it would be decided tiDe wa found insufficient
dressogrsphCoca: Cola Bottling.
Trial SlatedOver lifted constructiOn of the terday.
EXPERIENCE EXILIC: on new facility, for which
Pittsburgh Plate Clam, when the basic price should Later J. Owen Euhuks, may.
The District S Commission
When he plan already have been made end Zoning
flaaOy became I
king money appropriated.The or down the scale. Of
Diner ,Cub Dover "Corp, move up or Daytona Beach and other
s granting of a variance for
Singer, Goodrich and IngtnellR Paul had dared' -all the vicissitudes court enjoined construction pending outcome'ot a construction of a trailer park The commission adopted the filed cult against the county.

Beating nd moved up 1 or -more, \ of the country and the. dare seat relocation petition. The petition wi de was reversed and sent back to lower producer price level after Circuit Judge P. B Revels .nJsn.

National Dairy, U. S. Gypsumand monarchy Including three periods invalid. Many county residents hope the long, the original board. J. U. Gilles. 26, 1962 ordered! the commissioners t

Three Negroes from Sanford Eversharp declined 1 or of exile with his brotherGeorge bitter battle to move the county's seat of governmentis pie New Smyrna Beach who Final Checks Set \ to reconsider the first

accused in the brutal beating more U. over The Jail has repeatedly been condemned by represented! a group of property I petition. The board was enjoined

Feb. 26 of a 73.yesr-old employ Paul visited the United State' state inspectors. This window was removed to permit owner protesting construction of from building the Jail .

of aa all.night produce I At t 12:03 P-f/- Stock remained three times during his Exiles loading and unloading of laundry. (Sun News Photo a trailer park In their residential For Gemini, TitanCAPE A second petition was filed

market yesterday waived pre. ,I' generally firm In relatively and worked for a year a* aft by Bishop) area contended that notice Feb. 15, 1962 and on March I

JJmlsary hearings Fourth District 'r quiet dealings ordinary workman in an Fag- of the hearing was not published KENNEDY!: (LTD the court ordered the second:

Peace Justice Horace Xerox was 8414< up V: Gen hob automobile and aircraft 15 days la advance and the appellants Technicians today begin three petition sealed.

Haley aid all three men would Motors Its such,; RCA MVi factory. Week Slated wert denied the right tobe weeks of final checks for a The commissioners appealed

be tried in Circuit Court. I up %,. Chrysler HwpH.Amer Paul wai graduated from the heard Gemini spacecraft and its Titan the circuit: court order and tile

The Negroei Jeff Davis, 33, < Tobeceo 214 up 'MlEopac 1 Creek Naval Academy served< Tie Zoning Appeal Board reversed .2 rocket before the first un. District Court of Appeal affirmed

Curtis Posley and Robert Bar.Inn W%"unch. 0 S steel M a* ail officer,,. la the Creek' For ''Cleanup' Capsule tile variance granted on manned shot In the nation's second ) and reversed In part' tat

both :30 are charged with unch-t Avetf 33 .(( H. \' Turkish War '''of! the 1920., became this point. step In manned space Bight circuit court order. It ordered

robbing the Hi.Way Curb Mar Rear* wag 107H % Intl. a pilot M.tilt Royal H.l- GUlespi also pointed\ out that The T.OOO-pound space ship, the second petition tniaealed.
up ; force Plans' are complete for r Of EventsIn the State Board of Health had Judge Revels on June 24 with
kit 1301 N. Boulevard, of 1130 Paper :SIN tit fEn. 4fcoftHlIatL \ leale Air and In World designed to keep two men in or- ,
up ?
I worked with "f'alntup.. not approved plant for th. trailer attorneys for both side coi-
and with icverly betting Frank Nickel Tl% UBCB. War n tht Greek Cleanup" c.mpalpwlll bit for up to two weeks ,
Cray an employ *t th* market On tit* American ;'J.[ _: general staff and with ,Allied b will be waged by the De park and that water wa not was mated to Its 90-foot booster cowing set out the procedure
Land Chamber ot Commerce DeLand available on the alt*. for re-examination of all tht
Volusla County Sheriff -Rodney Syntelr'aa It7g Dff1f:7UIlIII: ,' : -leaden .In. .,, axlle.. Thursday on the launch pad .
aid two of the Beautiflcation Committee March that will be petition
. B. Thursby used for all the
ton tnv up 1M KaiseJr J)du- 8ES1ION'
rAen also had admitted to a robbery tries I* ap'NsDowJeeea ,, la Final Agiimenls manned flight in the Gemini
and beating Orange. City M,t "ObituariesI Kay Hicks, chairman ot th. TOE: rmuc iNATren: to program. Th. county commissioner

Dec 23.Gray averages committee Bald city and State a spaghetti dinner to be held Planned In TrialLOS If all goes i* planned the went into continuous session oa

was hospitalized with 30 Jaduitrials neoa 104.IT :040 Road Department official have from 5:,30 to 7:30 p,m. Saturdayat modified Utah I will hurl the June 24 except for recesses authorized '
bead wounds and a broken up full In the the First Methodist test by the court.All
20 Railroads 111.M OSS BarnfeL4tlle pledged cooperation Church ANGELES (UPD-Tlnal capsule into erblt the last considered
shoulder! Bend of 15000 each 15 Utilities 1406 up unch. drive ,to spruce DeLand for ., Coat of the dinner WIIIC'1I1a being arguments will be heard today week ot March to measure the petition wen

fcav been set for the men. (5 Stocks: Ml.61 up 0.20 'Banei, tt, 272 Cherokee Easter' sponsored by the MYF will be in the federal trial *f three vibrations, pressures and heat s Then one. came the method M com'

Sales to BOM '2,000,000 shares Ave, Ortntt City died last Mayer Louis A. SklUmaa kaa 1135 for adults and 15 eestafor men accused of kidnaping that astronaut will encounter puling the number of people

Death Sentence sight at West Voluda Memorial officially: proclaimed: the week children. Proceed will la. Frank Sinatra Jr. from a Lake during Jauncll.COOK. qualified to sign, the number of
Hospital where h. !had been a tad at* called for a concerted toward purchasing a public addict Takes motel last tec. I for petitions submitted and the lists

Court Citrus Carload Report patient for one week effort among resident to make system, .for the church. $240000 ransom. mad of name to be deleted.

Upheld By :1TTVTCR: : tttytfriSllyr Born in New Yoik, he was a the dry: a more attractive community THE DELANO: t HTMAJTE After tie final arguments by MEWS Attention wa celled to the
rl ,TALLAHASSEE (UPI Tht frull and V.s..ihl" lnipoll n r". been a winter resident of Orange TIle committee urge that will hold a covered dlxh Judge William G East said he for those whose were
Florida Supremt Court upheld City for 21 yean, and a permanent supper and meeting at I:30 p.m. would RECORD AT
It run iS ITI r..h1Jlt tell special effort! bt made by homeowner give his Instructions to deleted to present evidence that
death sentences given two er.npee lot tanaerlnea Iwo t..... resident since<< 1949. Monday in the Florida Power
today the
and of nine
540. tllran5N on removing trash Jury men and three they should be counted.
plea nurr tai '
Fort Lauderdale Negroes in the truck, :1b": free., Survivors Include his wife. rubbish from yards and in pruning women and then send them to I The resolution state that the

ribbery.laying ot a 4T.yearoldhlt lrlll\, .'&''01.{.oranrt.r.n amweal.s. Ianarln.islet., Mr*. Ev Charlotte Barnes shruhs and trees. will During be appointed the meeting to ,attend delegate a betel for the night. UALLENDALEHALLENDALC board has compiled with the requirements .

,\{ grocer in May, 1961 arap.rruit 54441 1M Change City : three daughters.Mr Overall success of the campaign the Deliberations, East said of the Florida lewd.
Sentenced: to the electric chair: t.nprl..| Sill UmpU* SIT ntur- *. Gric CSrver ot Lake Helen meeting of the Florida Federation would (UPD
12 -
depend upon cooperationby begin at soon EST Sat. and the circuit court order
rim 'e r a klfiln camel *f ,nil of Humane
were John Henry Roberts, 24, boi *, Mr*. Eva Monroe and Mr*. residents, the committee Societies: In Orlando urdiy In the federal courthouse. A Filipino cook Identified I
and John Alfred Adderly, 33. : StAll .r.*l. Mildred Smith ot Oneonta, N.Y.t March :20-21. himself today as the win
'""iVM'HilffV", tee Qlaa.r7 point out. Plan will be made for the The court also stated the Juror Glenn To De l\( v dCOLt'JdBUS
They were found guilty of total' M .mpte. ....... four ton*, Lloyd ot Orange City. would be expected to work on ner of $8411420 en a $3
nutter in the lint degree lath Elmer of Oneonta, N.Y., WUllam rummage Ml to be held<< la twin double bet at Gnlf
Sunday with time out to attend Ohio (LTD -
1gjlariatsjAeem of Tretdwell N.t and $,100 Set April and committee will beappointed _
Damage stream Park
shooting of Benjamin FrankJin religion services of their. race track Former astronaut John K.
' to plan for the observnc I
Campbell Jr., owner\ of Boy1 Burton of North Franklin, N.Y., of the choice. the largest payoff la Glenn Jr. wa to leave here to
., Grocery and Market la eNvlu.t and 24 grindchlldren. In City AccidentDamage American HumaneAaaoclatlon'p American tone racing day. flat on his back in an Air
WtliMM rim-in tc worth The will be tent to New golden anniversaryof
body history
Fort Lauderdal 15,590 Tax Rebate Fore transport plane, for a
fnnt u npuu.r.r 80 Kind to Animal
arrested shortly Un .., _,MV4ir York for funeral service and Wltk.n'May Race track officials: said I
Beth mea were military hospital In Texas to
to two car w.* set 9.5.Members.
........... ... '
"" burial.BiggsSummerklll.
after the robbery, which netted *l' .. Z. i : :.1" :: Fuairal at 1400 J( yesterday afternoon after and trieads ot tile Tie clgarett tax: rebate from Danny Tuzon, u assistant continue'' treatment for a head
I" : ==:=:: : the state collections cook at a Miami Beach ,
about KI. oe January
them Aflderly MI.dl"a ..._............... t4n Horn I* In charge of local arrsngemeata. < a DeLand motorist skiddedthrough society art urged to attead. hotel called to see If be Injury
confessed his part in the crime ; a atop zone and struck gave DeLMd m,5%, Richard The injury forced: him to remain
anJ implicated Robert, who *;illr'I ::::::::::::::::: I .tta another vehicle, police reported. Keating, director ef the State could collect his bonanza In the Marine Corp for

later (lined a confession.: Later,'i" 'rn .II'1 According to the report Jane UofF RadiologistDies Bevertge Department, reported! today. another month and delay the
both mea repudiated their confw : Edwards Smlce B. McCarthy, 4S, 321 S. Bound- today. Tuxrm said he Is a resident start of his cmplgn for ted!

l6ns\ and attempted to ettab.lUi Y."V.iI COUNTY ary Ave., was charged! with In Boston Ltk* B'f..'. rebate wu CO.Ptcma's of New York City who Democratic nomination for the)

alibis. lrt* ..k*it.4 Ind. Funeral service for Lees)Albert failure ie yield the right-of way $T33, aa< Orstg) City work Miami Beach lathe U.S. Senate. He oppe** Sen

Etr. ...=-.... 41uiT I Henry Edward. N. after her car struck end drive GAINESVILLE Will) Dr. $131. Stephen" M. Young U the May
II ....! U...._ .i iDcGaullc Spring Mobile Horn Park, who
by Ruby R Tb.mgk, SO. 343 E. S II'Imary.'rF1' .
Five Bar Forecast ,,,,"n ..,..... $4 at died Thursday will be at 10:30t John D. Bosses Jr one .f tile )
IAveria. Ave. Th Machine Found
plNs m. YeluM.Pauhrra Mlcklgta accident happened nttioa's foremost radiologists,
... 4..R. m. tomorrow la till Chapel el at E.: Rich aid, N. Gar.field died
It UnlM *rui I..te""UI..I at Massachusetts GeieralHoepital
Five forecast tor .111.- Memories of Laakford Funeral Avet. No iajurit were re ) in Boston At abaadoaed rigire'tt ma-
day today from a

sular Florida for period beginning Plans Home Vaught.with pester the ol Trinity Rev. Methodist Alfred' ported. "heart ailment the Ualvenlty of chief aad money with Its box IIIIrtkllcSla emptied gone was J:11JJJ} lJl}

7pm. tonight and ending Flortda announced.Reeves
Church, .fflclatUg.
.7 pm. Wednesday; Seen For Trips Burial will be in Sault Saint Held In JailDECATUII. ,, 39 hd been bead ef terry found at Sheriff Lake Wlnnemusett yes

Temperature will average. S Marie Canada.jonr the Department ef Radiology: lathe Rodney Thursby
to 5 degree above the seasonal PARIS! (UPD-PresNeaf. HL (UFD Mlchsel university' thus;. ot Medicine ..IeISt ws evident the machine
romals.. Normal maximum low Charles de Gaulle will make a Lee GambriO. 15. an : since 1KI. had been stolen ta Seminole

.1"', north high TO'* south. Nor. I special effort to avoid<< offending Services AWOL Marine who "seemed to A native of Fort Worth Tet: County, and that officer there

trial minimum JO'S except high, I the United State duringhis Funeral Mrvlce for Mr. get going with everyone. wts Reeve wa* a member et the hd com to DeLand aad reclaimed

doe extreme north and'low 60 two, LaU American trip Selma Emily JOI"*. TO 123: S. !held la county JU today after American College el Radiology the Ttolea machine.Eacape .

extreme outh- A llttl winner I this ,year authoritative French Boulevard, wke died Thursday returning her from Florida oa and! the Radiological Society ef

Saturday and Sunday. Probably sources said today, will be at 2 pm. tomorrow lathe a charge ef alaying hla parent North America. He was a .pedal DrowningMIAMI .

a ,little cooler first of week ,TIlt. sources said De Gaul1Owill Chapel 1 of Memories of Lank and teen*g* stater with aa axe. eoaauiuat to the NUksf CLTD A tamfty ef WiD
" from .1 atreM In hi* stale., Tht blond youth was charged research committee
Frtdpltstlon ranging eae' public ton) Funeral Home with Mr*. training of five from Sprtagfleld.! HL Heaped -
quarter Inch or I less ever the meats that Franc and the Jiin D. CrlMn, former reader. with three count of murder the US. Public Health Service. drewsJag early today

couth to one-halI Inch or more United States are allies, despite First Church el Christ Scientist, Thursday alter his return from t, A gradual. of the Calvtrtltyel whet. their tar plunged into a

fat the north. Shower likely disagreement on many IMUM.D : DeLand, officiating. Boynton Beach, where ke had I Arkansas. Reeve was *t enettm nail eft the Ttmlara TraIl

Ute Sunday Monday. Gaulle !elves Paris March Pallbearer will be member fled foUowlag the slaying. tModate radloloflst at seer her*. Risk Coverage

IS for a t/IrM.dq state Malt toMexico. Ot DeLtnd POE 143. Mamchusetta General HMpllaL The Florida Highway\ Patrol

' ...aRfPubaaMi .' H* plane another trip Burial will be. in Oakdale tit wa a member o* the aid Mr. and. Mr*. Roger aSoeger
.Z of four to six Week through" Cemetery, GOOD TRY Florida Nuclear Cammlatkw and their three at

, W.M ga.r1. that! rent (t., ,Latin America la and! eae ., th* authors ef the children escaped hat the yang eprgttr
,fie Ia.. .4IaI&r. sat' P..rta, October. and November Mat*'* preparedness alga for tt .Reiltfcid RiftsBf
late U
ploaged abort
HIP u ,. 'fIlU"IIII"Poteahia Truck official Mid &* Trrwu, Service IN110Wrri."M.ITeN 'lIdt&t diN" .
.taU. y Del.u4 feet el v,ir about *re ...*
eo.... at It. loath w..d4atr0ier Culle; to w rrte4 that the toe Fttatral services tor Mrs.Mwgi Burial win ht ta Vend**. eutkwest ., MiaaLMrMery .
.. ... :
:a..Jty. .. tie" '' L
tit ts designed
i<*' .f Muck dP ,,, trip may InterpretM t>e Traaiu*. n. Pt r- laC. rcro
Rpaai;.... \ te undermine 55.$. *.. $ ld IHy In UnfrtNcffd ATMS!I.
: : .fMU Pal pr seA, wa* died Thursday vtn Mi Slug v'* ftad toIevg Now You Know S.K dGUTTNA
"011. E. fwff Jf., !>.... Jk ttg! la ands America, aa 'rt' i It I p m. Saturday la tt* Pier- wet (t* founds arise

Vote** .Id!. Via Pra,..*.._tn<, the United State has leaded t* sea Methodist Church wits the t>-*.writer ia the aaulWriter's p u...... Pews ten......... La. It."PDJIetttotMe

o.n.r.l LCtmr, Jam.Mir.. t 1., *H. Gw.IC, consider a* Its owt special Rev, Get Carter oftld' Jle. Digest cetet hut The first na to By f gars Mid ie y they saw kveWr

Jpkii R. BIH. J.1I4't.! sphere of Influence. Burial will be la tie Plenum he h.d hi 1I1I.rt set ea tile ths* tie speed *| xwad WM .f4 hew hack pew hl* >.
NATIONAL REpRWRMTATi: : ---- -- ftrttpriw II day trip to U" Air Forte n...... K:
Juba H. Perry A.aae4atsa It W. Methodist OmeleryPilltiearer I Cp were emuggUd tarn )JaG 1M It
Nth tNw Tat St. NItloM .a QifM Entries win be Erwl Aadenne. New York. irhnrk: Tetger, who plWed a mea emU saw their way otit 1 1' f4N"A ENl'i'

In prtiinliMl eIU.aeueecfrpTION RATFHtr :! Dm I* Amleranai, C. S.Rotwrta. Stoup la Bening a 1 10 Bell X) rocket plaae CO maw A worn**, they **id. taped I :

CarrIer On* r_r, Sll.**t lit, PDGNOR REGIS, England Cosine Smith. KMiMtll year "corm for armed p- *. Hour Oct. 14. 1M7 at Edward the bladr to a babr't rat sherarried .
anemia :::.S t Thr. nwMk'. 4a.3Ii UPlH-Entranls in the annual Backer and Earl North.A9.nSammerhW bevy la the ladiaaa Refonnatory. I AIr Force Sane CaHL visit tot
Oa, ..;, (1.H| Ode w+'fc. 4.a I during a with
ft .mall, On r.*K, OIL. UU.M "". chess ,congress her include A, to la cftargett a rUg .. the Air Farce BlueBook )Jdtf htjbtud. H* gave seal I 112 WEST RICH AVE. Pfcoiu 7341447LcutDitclt
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VOf&MONTH: ; .f. c Rocky SeesDisaster : 1 i ij i .

,. Defense Chief Embarks SCHEDULED InBm.ry's I CONGRESS IN ACTION !


: On Sonth Viet Nam Trip Mayer Leo SkUbnaa ef Senate I
PlanRorHFalt Okay Expected
DeLand has set March M
Voter Regtto-attoa Month I
Skttmaa urged every elrl-
WASHINGTON (UPD Deftat Smith VletaameM forces liMe left M refieter during ;
March be aM te : *. N.H. (UTOA WAJttlNGTON (UPI The than M cents a )pound. But
Secretary Robert S. Me- Kaaah led a ucceearul coup t* vote
I ; \ Nelson A. Rockefeller said
Namtra set eut Jan. 39 and seek In the primaries and Senate today was expected toapprove said she wanted' to make
today oa another to new meant gea- I today Sen. Barry Goldwtter't
critical Inspection tour of of ln their resiataace to era] election. II. proposal to make Social Secuirv the adninistratlnft'swheatcotton tall there was no
bill clearing the or hoarding aa a result ot
Couth Viet Nam which may deterrnla the Communists The DeLand Jaycees !
US strategy In the McNamara refused to dlteust who art charge of this I. personal voluntary dtNlI*wettM f" for"create nearly Tl a way ter opening debate on civil present market situation
war against Communist ruer-- the possibility ef enlarging the drive, otter all personaltransportation \ million Americans rights legislation Overtime: The. tI"1
rlllaiMcN. war into North Viet Nam or to the officeof pen Hubert H. Humphrey proposal to try to create
mars, accompanied by neutralttattoa of the area as the tuperviftor of regie- la a speech prepared for delivers D.Mhin.. said the farm bill Jells by making some
Con Maxwell D. Taylor, chair- proposed by French President tints IB the Courthouse here the New York governor might' be passed tonight by a pay double rates for \' '
II'IU ot the Joint Chiefs! of Staff Charles de Gaulle. He said During the day interested again charged that tnecoldwater margin. of "better than 2 to 1." work was In trouble la "
ud other officials left early President Johnson and Secretary persons may call Bill I plan would bankrupt U the Senate fails to complete after strong business I !
today en a flight to Honolulu of Slat Dean sunk have Holler Motor Sale. 734- TEEN CHIEf-Unda the system. action. Democratic Senate Leader was expressed during
where he will be briefed by made the U. S. position clear. 2661 and during Tuesdayand actress la Walt Disney With the first-In.the.nation Mike Mansfield, Moat. said ary House labor and
John A MeCone, director of the Thursday evenings, ftlms. his beep sawed presidential primary only tour a Saturday session would be subcommittee hearings 1I ]
Central Intelligence Agency, ran Lanklord funeral national teentge chsirmsa days off. Rockefeller stepped up called) to enact the legislation. Adam Clayton Powell, I,
of the 144 Easter Seal
'rtAL SCENE'Rights' cam-
r ;
and Adm. Harry D. Felt, commander i Home 734 B44 for transports paiD Marc 149 rII1)11 hunting campaign in From the Senate, the wheat- was expected to report on I
of U. S. Forces la the tion. eastern anti southern New cotton kill will be sent to the proves of the bill and
.Pacific. He was expected In John F. Jacob, chair. Hampshire His schedule today/: House which already has passed chances In Congress it a
CaJfoa Saturday Group man of the Jaycees Gov called for visile to eight com Its ewn version of a cotton bill, conference
FOtTlTH TRIP el'llm."taAff&lra Com Kynes/Askcd mualttes. featuring handshaking but has not acted on wheat

t ." It win be the fourth trip Mo mittee reiterated< the samara has mad to South Marches On to tit able to horns the Senate's hill directly to
Viet Ntm to tet personally the register tll vote: one yearin To Rule:Over "It Is obvious that SenatorGoldwater the House floor, bypassing the WASHINGTON (UPI -

. w J 3eb being done by 15.500 U.S. the State and the six !ij. Just doesn't understand House Agriculture Committee ,In On. Robert F. Kennedy I*
military pertdnnel who are ela Dixie Capitol months Immediately priorto the fundamental principles an effort to have the bill made couraging a campaign to
duty there to train and advice registration In Volusla Nixon Issue underlying! Social Security law by April 1 so that It will New Hampshire voters

tie anti-Communist! loran *y Unite Pmt IM.... County e'lKTAU.AIIASSE1v. 1 Rockefeller said apply to this yearn crop. hit name as i vice ....
At President Johnson' emissary Around 10,000 civil rights Ftrsoat may register CttPP At. H* said a voluntary Social Security Providing the Democratic candidate la the state's
de- Jacobs said a Democrat system would be disastrous 'leadership 1 (
McN mara will try to demonstrators marched on the at Mrney General/ sJames Kynes, a successful debate mary.A
termlae if the new South Viet. Kentucky Capitol Thursday but a Republican er an Democrat teeUnf, new term for nearly II million en the broad civil rights was Justice Department 'fl
names* government headed by failed to change Gov. Edward Independent with both the in office was:called i ten todayto Americans now receiving benefits expected to begin Monday A man said In a statement
Mal) Gen Nguyen Khanh bas I T. Breathltt'l stand against 4 Republican and Democratic solve a political:problem for and the more than 55 million Southern filibuster\ la expected day night that Kennedy
lbs win and ability to win the i strong state public accommodations parties having prt- the Ilat.'. ttrif.tornropposltioa who anticipate benefits. against the measure that would been surprised that the
'war Against Red troop I law. marie in May. The boob party. "Under a voluntary scheme, ban discrimination In employ
The defense secretary also I Breathltt aaid the House bill close April 3. Kynet was asked by Secretary many people who. feel they do m.nt.'OUn, puhlle accommodations
will have an opportunity for favored by the Integration of State TIm Adam to Rot need the protection would and use of federal funds. Make Us Your HeadquartersFor
conversation with America I "does not stand a chance ofpassage" rule whether Richard M. Nixon stay out of the system," he Other congressional news:
officer to discover It the Communist and that a weaker said
I can demand that hit name be Cofff: The House consumer
North Viet Nam Involvement Senate bill faces trouble. GOP Solons withdrawn from a slate of natolnal Rockefeller cited estimate affair subcommittee was to I
In the conflict has la- Negro leader Martin Luther convention delegates I made by the chief actuary of open hearings Into the Increase
creased to much that a new King Jr told the orderly crowd, I The problem cropped up the Social Security administration In coffee prices with Mrs Esther I VERTAGREENSmith
type et( war will have to be which stood In a cold drizzle, I Eye Baker's Thursday when the former vice that only a small action Peterson assistant to President '
fought.NEWS that "racial segregation is socially president wired Adams asking of persons under (0 would haveto Johnson for consumer affair
CONFERENCEMcNamara untenable and politicallyand that his name be removed froma lthdiaw from Social Security among the first. witnesses
told] a news con economically unsound. Fund-Control slat filed by GOP_ National for the system to run out Rep. Lessor K. Sullivan, D-Mo., Feed & Seed Store
ference. Thursday that North Forming a solid wall of IS Committeeman Anthony BattagUa. of funda. chairman of the )panel said the
Viet Nam hat stepped( up delIver abreast the marchers tilled 4 As undersecretary of health saw nothing susplcloua about the
let .f military supplies to the six.block stretch ot the man WASHINGTON (UPI Former 'Kfl .1,14\ education and welfare In recent rise la Riaxlllan Import. $al West New York A,.. riM 7M-I11I

Cemmunlit Viet Cong and the le.dlnlp to the Capitol at Senate" aide Robert G: Florida doesn't have 4 law the Mufnnower: administration. ed coffee from 33 cents: to more)
additional equipment was made Frankfort Ky. They were I led (Bobby) Baker's role tt paymaster requiring' approval of ra candidate Rockefeller said he waked to
la Red China. The new material by King and former baseball of Democratic campaign for filing, a slate, and broaden the Social Security
lie .laid included 77mm re- star Jackie Robinson. funds promised today te become Adams didn't want to be In a system 10 that It covered more
eollli rifles, heavy machine At Syracuse N.Y.. police a key Issue la the Senate Rule pmltlon to force Nixon to run people and provide increased
I guns advanced mine and Improved Thursday arrested three more Committee against his wilt to he asked the benefits
Sabotage' devices.He civil rights demonstrators at Republican member ef the attorney general for a ruling.
laid he plannM to discus plaice headquarters Five were committee want to look Inte this Meanwhile, the split In the
tt* effectiveness alt U. S. trainKg arrested Wednesday during a. portloa of Baker's highly active sate COP grew wider when Barry Views
and logistic! support of. protest over! alleged police brutality life, but the Democrat do not. Arizona Sin Barry Goldwatersaid
stemming from the alleged Chairman B. Everett Jordan the Goldwater slate headedby

New Districts Set beating of a Negro Ma D N.C., said Thursday the committee Republican Rep. William C. I Aimless 'V nr'
rune I absolutely would not dig Cramer wan "the official Gold
Elsewhere lit the nation: Into Baker' handling *f funds water slats"Cramer
Over NavigationTALLAHASSEE BmitsvUIe, Ala. A biracial for tile Democratic Senatorial and Florida GOP MANCHESTER: N.H.11'1)(
community relations committee Campaign Committee Chairman Tern Brown ot Tampa -Ran. Barry Goldwater lays .

(CPU Conlervatten hat asked city council to Investigate Sen. Hugh knit R.Pa, aid who filed a ilat* of tanpledgM under the Demorrttlft admlnls- 1 tar, L'x / l
Director Randolph charges of brutality !leveled "they have t policy of not going delegate who lean heavily to- matins the United States 1* e
)Hedge said yesterday two new against local police by Nt- Uto campaign expenditure ward the Arizona senator have hogged' down In an aimless
navigation districts will lie created groet.Montgomery.. we, think they aheuld" i accused.each other of trying to leaderlei war la Viet Nam." $M. r
'' la the state to help close Alai ,Atty. 0... Sea. daihonte Pell the gap In Florida' latncoattal Richmond Flowers promised retorted: "1 shouldn't think we charnel, said Thursday the .... ta, paralyze *ur leadership, w. e ,
waterway system. Thursday "strong state action"to would open this up any more pledged slate "..pre *mt a willingly risk "defeat but will
counter threatened racial grab by the GOP Port set risk the decision
Hedge said<< now that the than the Republiclnlwwld.; power that could
crest.Florida barge canal hisifa.n demonstration la Birmingham: A (hewdowt'6a the Into'will. Chopper\ who are opposing lead! to victory" the Arlanna
started the next Joe would and elsewhere Alabama. come next week. Jordan' tid Goldwater' official slat mado conservative charged Thursday xt. st sr
be conitructlon of the Intraeeastal Miami The attorney for' the that a closed session would beheld up of Republican elected off!' night during a giant rally tl kxr

waterway 'between Tampa seven Mercury astronaut said to determine the future ef rial. "and ether loyal Republlcant. With four days remaining
Bay and Carrabelle. Thursday the spacemen did ant tht /lav..tlatllln.The before I Tuesday's presidentialprimary '!
Hodges and other said the have a controlling Interest In a length tf the lavestigarlo Goldwater today la-
crest.Florida canal was the key segregated motel near Cape will be another point ef argument varied central New Hampshire
t* the itate't entire waterway Kennedy and this Interest was between the Democrats Florida la search of votet. His schedule .. '. I Ii r Qe1V
system and during the put told about six months. ago, and Republicans. Th alma called for visits to four communities B i 's-: t" iFora
NaiihvUle. Tea* I The state
three yean had been number erst have indicated they are with emphasis oa the
see In priority for a start oaconstruction. I Supreme Court Thursday denied about ready t* end hearings did News Briefs cities of Laconi and Concord. .
a petition for a rehearingfor .
write a report- A crowd estimated by police
To get the Intr.MutaII'II/ Integration leader demonttrtton JohnLewis But Scott said there were .t .000 cheered Goldwater dun fJ ,
I and other -
tat under way, Hodges said, he seven "many, many vital Wltll"._" dog his speech tt the state. armor .
coavicted ot connplring' LAKELAND (UPS)1t. Flo.
wID sues submit to the Cabinet to b railed and Sen. Jon Sherman \' rally Thursday night isManchester.
to obstruct trade during a restaurant rile Cirrus Mutual warned
of navigation
for creation .
resolutions Earlier thousands '
Cooper, RKy added that {
tit In attempt.Columbia. growers Thursday not t* bealarmed
districts tit handle rightel of residents of
he knew of at least 10 who many
and. ether activities la S.Cr The South !] by "wild rumors" of ,
way shoppers-lined tllll.clfy' itrwafor
should be summoned
Carolina Howe Thursday virtually the Valencia
price change a*
building tile waterway which a torchlight parade Jed by
killed bill 'that would The Democrats held a meet.log I.
a harvesting
will also tie In with the crettrtda crop sears peak 200 high school students. ynu
At their ewa Thursday te I
have banned] participation by Mutual Executive We Preti.
!> canal.He teenager in racial demonstrations. get a briefing ea the sate of Vat Robert Rutltdge pall the "It Is not the fact ef ouratnegtk
said the first district would
inveitigittaft from sped i but the failure ef, fur
rumors crop up every year
comprise' the aunties of Levy,
committee counsel Lennox P. about this tim and serve only leadership that has made suck
Citrus, Hendry and Pasco. The I
McLeadot of Viet
market I a met Nam Goldwa
to disrupt tile orderly
second would Include Dixie Taylor. They also testaUvefy ached- ter said "W should have tJclrttinn

Jefferson, Wakulla and THE ARMY tiled hetriagt next week Including lag"Demand procedure end supply of valen of purpose, but we .
rrtskUa. early morning tettlofit if rid are la good Wan and have none beyond some political '
CERTAINLYIS'SMART they are barred" from meeting' th* present price structure I II small talk"Concert 'I i 11 1 ,
'Important Step' while the b ia teutoa.I realistic" he tald. t

ALGERIA UP'I -Th. Nation, '- BandProgram
( )
.Ieft etlalNegro WINTER PARK (UPI) The
al Assembly took an ImportantStep announced
Thursday toward ridding\ WASHINGTON (UPI News i
I I Thursday It bad presented a
Algeria of all Preach aid colonial Th* Penugon reported $13,000 conditional loaa to Rat.lias SetThe
It banned the use
trappings. Thursday another exampleIIf
College for library facilities.
et pinball machines which "Armour Vorta coats little
the growing militarytimesIt eon moro .
U Bee Set Stetson University School
have been extremely popular hat. run out ofdigit Spelling TALLAHASSEEUPI-tsar.
of MiMltf will the Concert
France for years. Ia a arks ot aortal

IG"' NOTIC. for number regular first Army td officer in 1K1 At Euclid SchoolThe Southern rarrla.. Bryant Governor cfcalrmaa Conference of the, Tuesday Iliad Mar la 10 a, In performance Hliabeta: because it mates your lawn more beautiful!

announced Thursday the Sodaem .-
Han auditorium oa la* D Lead
NOTIC-I UNDIM FICTITIOUS Sine the Army assigned
NAM STATUTa the tint serial number ef"Or annual ipriUng boo, spon chief executives would bold campus
to WHOM r.r.tZ.:: ; ? 1ff. J. Per. IOn'CIIt1 the Detent Sun New, their ltd meeting la Saa Aato. Richard Teasel. I Is the conduetor. >
frMJc that ..etn.N.e. Gen. Armour Vertofreen GIVES YOU worth-more comblftatfen: Ar-
la._ .........c a e-. "".,.. aIWI,. It has Med up M. wU lie staged Mart 34 SI 1M: ale, T.... Oct. 11-11. and the concert I Is opea U. I
IlUeee :'I..... III...'.". i11aeiwMI.n In the Euclid Jank. die publIC without charge. '
FIorI'". nilntM idle ...... designations. pm. Se.leeHigh WHATYOU PAY FOR-n lore than moor, a name you grew up wftfv
The eftk
tM with .... '1M. ., Me e'treel( It announced Thursday School auditorium. accordIng MIAMI (LTt Sololat wU be Kuaeta fount,
=4$04w sw+'tel i'.1 the beginning of a new to W O. Berry! school tuperVtaor. Cuba SpelenloaVal Sorter/. trombonist from Conover, M.C, ordinary fertilizer, because in and VertagrMn a name to grow
peltltsne.n..1 ssl..wit' qs 1ft'IeI-"Of'1060L" The la exile said Thursday the Ca a senior la tile School of Music.
r: t ,(15I1)A ;: kl-. "7'" naa aa meaning or Mr*. Elvy Me* .f ilia"rk* tie- tr*> regime has Soviet mintOeInttaOatinot The program will feature th. mad*wp&Wfy for Florida lawnt watts.Vertagreen .
WAI.t. i mentary School aid Mis Sararya aidilen la several I Symphony No. J by Vlttorie CleanlnU
..IMM r vktrk K Slit n rtMr m einM..
P ef th el Dillies a* oe-chalmott tt tfc* evoncTh the Serenade. tor Tra Wind lastrumetti
tk"c*::Atr* tVwi: -;aw: got tk**corps last of the oM *- Sua News win award trpMM .. by Vlarent Pent- Trees contains chemteal Infredl* Vertjgrtwa

int o. wilt Iaem.Naa. .'O-Mm. By coladdenee, t* wlaaer la two dMsioueleraMtaiy MIAMI VPII) TV Cuba chMtL just released for puNt ants that "green up" your lawn
taweS.MSSM .at.rpel. set N file the Bret of the new numbers and ualor kJgK.CertiArate P>nge' Center t.M Thursdaythat ratio ,, .11I" Ihtleyw 11 I4MetM.a.
jim. ts A fA!
r C. &. wean Smart of tko Signal putted] .* ranersup la X&N have ion retettM fees Turf e4 Tree te wee durwg eecli' feeding
.=', .:, n'IVliS Iwrres..:-s"l: Corp cad category.WeM Miami I* other rt tf ta* 14-Iaci Ics that help keep your Florida to*..... hit el Hem sr***.*.
UJ. eHirlag the put tide year Awt****** nttmmtnt tfetee' IMdIIICI
ear .c t..reri. li sr w.t........ I4 'If&L zF ear ...... I lawn green and fthy-ldnf- I f.s,tar t wa..Mi W ed ....... AnwuiM, *

.. I School Official/ RUIIIRROOTS tar teentai.hidLon
Ve sU MotwsrlaJAmln term nourishment, baJinctd:0: c/NIMg-peehesbiy MrtrespecIaily

Kt.p 'Your .. to Mile at ; Florida soil!
WaY""N "It
Admired UU GM4wii .i the Adequate feedfoft* of Verta- uses ijooo 14. n
tt* reeeet nsoenng
E. Ci A..., buds M. CU *rt, Gnat Marks PTC Ward D rhkse4U. sell. .. .. ......_.._..............J.It*.
[)lot.Np: Blcaborfe' tr. Uftkowtkl. elenwHary eekiMloftYviosr peer fer fterfda Turf and TreesjveyeuevarythlRf :to/el.::eel'4........................... $It*.
... ,.' '"' m W Matkit sc.. 'M WTDun CWHSflorwii /. ""' ..,.............../.....,..... .k e. '
.., .- Wlitttar. .l W. Mtal4 ... "TN LC1Tie4 SMyetem. $6.50 Pre f you needier / ,............................. e II a.
FMMoiwtritJAdmttled ." remart ......_..........................JO ID**
\ AM I pjrtkowskts real Florid lawn
**) Cray beauty.Buy the i
1M Crewewt Ctty. wore sheeted mwtrd tt* "wty"of
,Aye. a* wgrtded system rather
East Mttrtwta
1700 *
nu IPTIIitU thin the '1Iotf.A Ptt of VOLUSiAFEED .
WAtch Bo>eethingea tME&! enl l Use AUOn VtrtIInII
Mr. a.M. .......41. W, ..... FTC m.mhert r.epe.dd U th iton.
John E. Lewis tor*. tOM to Hurt sue ..layMud. Purl members were Mr. I II STORE :
M ....... .*4 Swer I Etch JiSuHSMt, Met, Harold (A"MOU"y ArmwArteuKural Chemical Company Atlanta, OorjUt
!bled dude dvYi .......*- ''AdVa, Mr Paul Parker, )ire. C.f, few*!* An.ea ate*.
D.sli.rr sad Peelle M QuaIT ___ wo1 to tk. lime W bv *Mtkef, jJln" Qemeatt a4 Mr Bok I "e t* *** Pb... YM-U1 -4
glM Lust Hew Tore AM. n.- tM4tff Mrs. perry BUa>. I abet I IL I I-

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EditorialsWeekend IiiADER'S I


For Parents : : FORUM .
.. : Dots of Crisis ,
., Church Attendance RequiredAt r-
Tile BtLcii. ass N.w. w.. .....
Welcomt to DeLand and Stetson University k>nr. t..... ... nastn .. ,...... '
.swan Tie .... *f tht wntteIHIMI

bent, : We and are lord glad! that you and little sitter could fft- *,*....M N.$51..5/Tl Mil.. l.M M..rt.r *.r.r Mrvw.ZM Three Military Academies'

come to DeLand ,for the third annual Stet on -saws U tan.1'.,'".d..ll.Mara, 111 at.irMM e..a1111.eMth. '. to

'Parents' Weekend. This year, under the: direction .....,'.soon.1.. 1..eal1e n.. .N Steaim. WASHINGTON (UPI) The oVti "e ; ct II t those In arrest .

of Dean Hood and the student co-chairmen, .... ........ ef ,... wnae Supreme Court decree outlawing confinement! or rertric-
w A rjuwAutomobiles, Wt tray """* prayers and devotional exerdsv ton after meeting: the obligation
Parents' Weekend hili the earmarks of being one ine gas M.- -./MPo In taxpayer supported to attend' chapel: at the

of the most successful undertakings on our schools la not obnerved by the academy will be permitted to

campus. Ott o my m three military academes. attend the church of their
ys Regulation requiring church choice In' the Colorado SprinCIIrf'
The activities planned 'acquaint you "
attendance! by cadets at the
your son's or daughter's college life include an Priced' military, naval and Air Fore An April 1362! U.S. Naval

operetta, "The Merry Wives of Windsor," sorority High academies are still In full force Academy regulation still, In effect

and effect They are regardedaa says "all midshipmen must
the Ball
houses .
and fraternity Military ,
open ,. thi der a put of military discipline attend church or chapel services
a faculty and parents tea, and many other activities In Philippines and an obligation to nee that on Sunday morning, but

that will show you a little of our college life. the cadet get an opportunityto Ire required to attend at no
EDITOR'S: NOTE attend services. other time" The regulation continuea -
We hope that you will take an hour Saturday : The letter
below to another In a aerie The situation at the Air Fore that "although attendance .
morning and attend one of the classes tha 'ill from IHGilbert L. Lycan, Academy! at Colorado Springs, at religious\ service on

be in session at this time. You will then realize I" bead of gtetmn'a Departmental Colo, his provoked a strong Sunday morning I I. mandatory

why Stetson University Is considered the outstanding History and Political Science complaint by a group of seven full freedom of choice Will b*

who acre win completea Protestant ministers. They! protested allowed each midshipman as to
church-related school in the
small, year aa vUltlngprofemor at to the Defense Department what services he wilt attend I

k Rllllmaa tnlvenity, Dumaguete and sent copies to ,Sena. subject to the availability of

South.While on campus, do.not hesitate t to stop a City, Philippine Gordon Allott and Peter Dom- services of lute denomination

member and ask him or her Inlck and Rep. J. Edgar Chen- within the Anns polls! art*." .
student or faculty
Editor, Sun New: oweth Colorado Republicans, The West Point regulation
a question. Here at Stetson we pride ourselves ChenoWeth 1* on the Air Fore say* "each cadet must attend

on being friendly. A slew car In the Philippines Academy Board. of Visitor. The .one of the weekly services,
today Chevy, Ford, or Plymouth clergymen aald: Protestant, Catholic or Jew,
of all want to enjoy yourselves .
Most we
you will coat you 30000pe "The' underlined! 'clergymen' Uh."

and have a good time while you are ,our guests.\ os. That I I. about $8,000! Thl* of the ,Colorado Springs "area

STETSON REPORTER enormous price 1 II due primarily' are greatly concerned C over the
to the- excessively high tariff. Oral Vaccine
+ I"W abridgement of the constitution
I J Tariff U used! aa a means of al right of USAF Academy ,ca
raising 1I,1I0nal'menut', stimulating deG to--Worship according to
'" Colleges: .Attention Infant Industries, and preventing the dictate of their consciences 'Makeup' DayIs

rc' the loss of exchange,dol- : 1... the attendance at compulsory

A five-year-old kindergarten! pupil in Minnesota < lara by the Importation of luxury military lervlces at the Scheduled
goods As In all new rising nations Air Force Academy,"

has come up with what just may be the most e this country la keenly Interested ACCEPTA CE DIFFICtLT Voluslans who missed the Type

significant scholastic development since colleges In establishing an industriAl *. The letter noted that a cadet HI Sabin oral vaccine against
base for its Agriculture
discovered the coed. economy was allowed to attend ad. polio last Sunday will get: a
therefore is
alighted except
ditional denominational servicesIf
second chance this Sunday.
This young genius is astounding educatorsby as a means for producing
he chose. But, It continued, There will be nine Immunization
being able to reel off any fact or figure about food for the people. True, the "w* find it very difficult to accept stations open from

300 big league baseball players. world auger boom la appreciatedhere such 'a decision on the noon to 9 p,m. throughout the
and the people tell me
How does he do it? By studying photo. cards MERRY.GO.ROWVD i ) frankly they hope there will ben the part field of a of government religion agency in county for this second makeup\
Sabln Oral Sunday.
from packs of bubble gum! end of the anti-Castroism\ in "Mor specifically, we, do With the Type m vaccine,
.' ; : this cultural l '.breakthrough -; Wall Street the United State; but sugar Is her the
The possibilities: of : protest 10Vl'mm.nt'lm.kltlil plus the Type I last January,

'. are staggering"lt this'kid can do it with. ,, 'Shrivels Plan Viewed ''I I for looked the! upon not but a* a as firm a "dollar prop ; a decision aa 10'the and the Type n vaccine which
theology to which any Individual will be olff'rfod. April 12, It la
.from doing it t producer."
.? baseball, what's to keep .everybody...: ; I '," i" ." & ( : ChatterNEW shall be arbitrarily subjected believed! that some 90,000 Volus
with everything? Philippine manufacturing, ao We submit that this la a lana will have lifetime Immunityto
and learn far, la of the light Industry type. violation of the first Amendment
of entire nation studying
Think an polio.TOTAL
To Draft 16-Ycar-OIds YORK (UP!) Rey. Excellent and beautiful textiles to the Constitution, COITVT I
ing and progressing from constant use of bubble scolds A Co says, "The combination are produced but mostly on a "It would seem to us that in It la hoped that at least 20.000persons

gum photo cards and, of course, from constantuse of further Inflation, and mill scale Rare skills are evident light of the recent Supreme will take the tasteless

of bubble gum. expanding economy, 'and rising : and, no doubt, the heavy Court ruling on religion In the! vaccine this "makeup" Sunday. .

the Intellectual satisfaction of a law DREW TEAMONWASHINnTOM the economic help which Fa prices is very bullish and Industries will gradually be In. public school that the Air Force Some 71B80 persona visited SO

Consider Sargent Spain give to Communist advise our client to main troduced.The would be Interested! In avoidingthe stations last week. This total

student learning law from bubble cards on Lincoln Shrtver director of the antipoverty In the most Important a prattive'appeach' to In country I II relatively rich :type. of ,difficulty that become was slightly higher than the

and Gladstone; of a medical itudent studying campaign has coma up from any western country vesting In basic raw Materials, Iron, cupper possibility' when a policy first participation In January.

consists of the following: ,.chromic. and sold arc' pro of this nature 1* promulgat The response was" gratifying\ ,
card Dr. Schweitzer-and of a student with a revolutionary plan .
a on ; duced Quantities,
lower the draft age to 16. The 1. Regular flights 'by :Hajrls, Upham'A Co. says, exportable td," official said, since there has
of the dramatic arts earnestly poring over a purpon ta '''not to get more Airline from Madrid to "At this stage of the {game a and could'aupport'ad Important n, JJf.J'or't: Academy: regulation been a sharp decline In visitations

: card,on, say, Miss Jayne M.nsfleld.r recruit In the.arrned forces but The| I I., the mute taken by further period/.1 profit'taking native Industry?Some petroleum mikes It optional l whtther on the second and third
American atudenla.who: would rot, be ,unreasonable to ,has been discovered, Half of the first' ' attend SOS day In.many other.communities
., :renews Learn is now mortJthVn\ a jlogan, to Improve ,the health of, America ctaaamen
. ,r ennced'Into Cub h expecU! hfuaddmontJa country Is covered with commercial '
sharp ,
N "' v youth./: *> '? ; :*I' by : Sunday services.\But It
'We are on,pur way' to a better life; by"1'gum, It's been found that an lnrrea<' Tn. only wathey! could '- I..w.. dhaeton lit'',(A ,forfeit*, much,'of which tvirgin says '*>Alr Faro. Academy chapel "W* were ,veryplesUed: 'with

,." ', .. )Jog number of diafter rannnt '(there wee to fly to Spain, Cyprus, especially with regard timber of valuable tjpes. attendance 1* required''' ofecond the respond. throughout tints**

kvald! ).. want to weir y.r ._>**." .>' _.+ ... .meet phyilcal requirement Tha? back' to Havana. to the extent .Involvement by, The delicious seas abound. with fl "h-noiri* thfrd and fpurth class-! Dr. Herbert A. King, general
h as a* a Gulf stream
*. for 3. A shipping line Russia In this Itratf'IiCaIIn.! \ ," Then, It that chairman, said "But there art
sea. gpetsaraL.. ..n...,. feast. Ora..tdtrf, problem I*>not one merely Spanlxh trouper 1 see them frequently undo lay car ,
B.C. the Army Navy, and Air force goes tit Cuba portant Island many thousand of person who
ffMhinftoa through eiy'weter mask when
but for. the nation a* a whole.Shrl.'er's still are not taking advantage of
J. IT.nro"1 now giving )
A. imnaen.'NuM'010. BalUUat.traahlactoa. A McKtnnon. i'ObvlouMy1 swimming In TanAn Strait. The
aa. Thomson wonderful be
arir ) .nYI a opportunity! to
plan la to lower the rredlta' Castro.Thli I I.
oil I I. extremely fertile when
D.C. the routine Institutional CHARGEOF from dreadful
'draft la order to examine thing no other country ,. a
ago supplied with certain' mlnl'1'lIl.utlplf'mpntl.
pattern' Of trading hat ....."
ell. .
Cant. A. t. (I/O RnHtuj BMM Offlc. Banding.BIBLE youngster at the age of 16 any extent, except Russia changed; this I.I still an affair Some of the mountainous FRCR ,.
W.akInH .. D.O then live them a year In whichto 4. Franco haa been ptrti have IIttllflJcllrnm THE .BABY VACCINE
featuring steady but
accumulation /: The oral vaccine la free, a
VEBSB TOR TODAYJohn Improve their phyilque-under Cuban tugar In exchange of quality Issue but thenare erosion: hut by and large, "the' 25.cent :donation,la suggested todefray
government guidance. Among the construction of fishing. some' tentative" move Intolaggard country. Is able to feed a much The Voluila
did baptize In the wilderness, and preach the baptism other thing\ he would" send for Castro. secondary groups, It larger. population. Medical expense I la under
of repentance lor the remission of! aim.-Mark 1:.. Ihf'm-It they enlisted ..11a The argument used, by has been such a long time sine The population of the Philippines BRIGADEVis. writing: the program Society, assisted by
domextlc Peart Corp*-out to Spanish government I Ii that .
the United! State has witnesseda li almost 30000000/ and Is the Valuate County! Hoard of
To do so no more Is till truest 'fpt'ntlllce.M.rtll the forests and up Into the Mil link with Cuba 11 I necessary t"lne. full scale: capital Increasing rapidly, With only a (UPI) St. Joseph Hopital. *- Education and the medical society

Luther. on mnnervatlnn Job where they order to keep up Spanish goods boom, not government-- few bridges and tunnels the moat which deliver more auxiliary

would he under excellent. care with Latin America generated, that Investor are of the country will eventually b! babies than any other prl- In West.Voluula the "makeup"attes
and working on health building With mont pf. Latin vat hospital Wisconsin,
reluctant to accent fully the, Joined by highways: It's a larger will be DeLeon Springs
!however Franco has laid that 32 hi bipiWf'rt'
Joba. today
Impressive rise In baste factors. country than I had assumed. If School D e m p .1'I Brewster
EERIM WARRIOR* tie On the his delivered
; contrary, Tuesday, a
DEAR ABBY. \ They Just can't believe that w* the southern end of the Islandswere !School: In DeLand and DeBary
li a bad word. After ... record for a single day
Some of the Senator and
can really get along without placed down at the edge nf Community Center
Cnngminnen holding reterrommltilon \'* Eisenhower vtiUted! Franco the crutch of defense andwelfare the Gulf of Mexico at Pensacolathe "We were running down All persons, three months andover
Latin the hall fait It sounded
1939 American so
a* colonel", bilg- spending When th.hf'rtn northern end would reach to
are urged to take the \ae-
Full Details adler general, and major general circulated propaganda to grasp the Idea that we Canada, like a tennis court, laid rise, either on a lump of sugar,

*, have been angling lor an showing a chummy photo ran, the stock: market will get Japanese businessmen seem to one nune. In a cup or by dropper
,>> opinion by Attorney General Franco and Hitler together, some real .life Into U," be more Interested! than those nf

Are LackingDEAR I ;, Bnbby Kennedy\ which would on the other aide a any other foreign nation in permit them to serve both In photo of Eisenhower' and \. a Philippine heavy Industry. this local capital to ahar la the ;

1' the armed !lorce and la Con together Their Industrial survey undertakings. NEW YORK (UPI Prices

AIlGAIL'AJIC greM. Yet today the man who the'I team and banking representative Without predicting any such were moving along smoothly

aVXEl1 Some of thm se-called! ",,..,11. excoriated by 'Latin 'DallyAlmanac date that this country Is spectacular upsurge .1 that on the New York Stock: Exchange -

end warrkira' have been put on communist II I helping to on the verge of a vast and varied'' which struck postwar Japan, it Wednesday when the
ABBY What da think of
you an the spent by the new book, Th alive the only communist Industrial grnwt Filipinos am' ca* safely be a.sumedihat the cryptic message "It I aot- too
when thai couple has to meek around like thieves to
Pension of the Hawks," by In Latin Amf'rlrlnd the not particularly friendly toward Philippines fill be the scene of late to give. blood" appeared
meet because tilt boy's opposed to
aeerrtly parent are Trlatrim Coffin, who pointedout Department) 1* going to the Japanese for they retaln'avivid an Increasing Industrial growth on the ticker tape.It .
the and ha la afraid to fact them with the
that two of the loudest American aid to the tune memory of the war ,vein; and that this country >i destinedto waa a public service announcement
heSs? Ha swears h, lo\ea the (til, yet ht has never
defender of the Constitution, .10000000 y..r.ANnn.'ro. .. but the period of active antipathyha play an Increasingly Importantrole asking broker to
and tntw atl.lTodiy
:taken her to a public piece, they have been going to. EACTORiTh. ? UftHW Pesos
Senator Barry C".oldw.'er, passed.A U till era that He just donate to a'two-day blood bank
*I ther for ever a year She has studied! and gone to la Friday, March I. the
R'Aris., and Strom Thurmond, Mat Department's *!( ahead. drive Ia the financial
few Americans : community.
,classes for months to uk hit religion. but, on Sundays filth day .of 14 with 300 to, unworthy .
D S.C, are serving violatIon I* military necetalty-deiplt Gilbert U Lycan .
t when,ab' sees Mm la church with his parent, h, dnron't follow have pulled off some ansavorydeals
of the Conitllutlon, for the Con. factor
following :
"dare even to look in her direction.: This girl could have The moon'\la In Its last quarter lI.ff',, the war Tine
tlrutlon Mate "No hoMJng A Last summer when
: -
:her pick of many other boys, but she just site home and person bas not led to any general resentment M.w pie ......
office under the Untied! Secretary of Defense
waits for him to sneak away and see her She la to In any The evening stars are Venus but It hat liven tIf'f) lard of North I
Slate shall\ be a member ofeither Cllpatrlc flew to Madrid
alert susolcton of an fords
a a
love With bun It paint me to sea her hurt\ Ilk* this. How and Jupiter /
house during hi* continuance. dlsxtia renewal of US.
Investor There II I enough Idle
can: I help her! On this day la history' "CUM aa..polagnq9lt.rfw .
THE GIRL'S MOTHER In officeM) Mary' base, he made It I* MM, Santa Annas Mexican capital here to bear a good share ,c.......
U Robbjr* Kennedy take the that then base were not ..r' and .....
DEAR'MOTHER) I* de ant Withm their age army overwhelmed ,a tiny every new enterprise: fac
weekend warrior off .the hook thai to the ,llllltflt State d ...w.dsRaase
Or life educmtUwU se BIMIM'11 stata Thli )"u *t atoned band .f Txanaa\ th* Alamoto foreitn businesses romlns; here ,
wtlh a Justice Department .opinion are. bomber bate, not nr nifcUhrk
a h .*IU Isle would be wed. advised to .II\'I I.IAIIOU'S _
Importance. U dependent a parent, aNunc end a Uday tlege. II aww _
he. will be Asses. and the bomber '
directly ,
rig Me engagement a girl .( whom they' disapprove going (( In 1 1857, the U." Supreme 11 Cwry ,.. .) 1*Vwwm flirt14U
Prenldentt \ to .
counter to the present Secretary of Df StOktoMiaa
n GhK
would end all \arty from then: It he In..MIIrI Court handed dnwi'one of Its
Ik United Male; and the late McNamar. I II *. u nTi..h
enough,'and wen a. nail, *'. N Joel that, and find moot cnntroveralat ruling when MEDITATIONS JI Ma* Ke17 -. .....
a way to make II es hi.* *... H. la kvtmmly\ MwUtliig, President rnnklln. Roonevelt.Whea mended by long rang It decided 11t Died Scott r. a.. ear ..,....... .c...........
uaable ...... P aver and Mlb LjnoVMi,. Johnnn''wee a Th* entire emphasis of .held that Scott II Ah1-e gild Ra ..r
-r a your daughlnr a Congreumaa from Texan IVfense) Department I I. to case, The court teat fT runs, a4 Aea.g.. ea RN.,..
er lilt to I cheapening art.,. young a Negro clave., could not 00 an.M N "a.-.. dilly fr A_ _rw
.' and aim) a Liutniit from bombers to mlss .*. freedom la federal I *((1* '' X MTTuriMsH a.a...... "'-- ) .
for his a
u* wpi..rr
Commander }ft't II R The se r-.. ..... alinWefN
DEAR ABBYt My wile has aImed to talk ao loud e Navy, Navy want a has court. tl.tll 400 tWedir .
RooteveU wrote an order that a Rote, Spain, for Polaris racy laic.1 enw eeaewee ii l.a.e wdea
she la driving ma craxy Wbf'a'l remind her to ton In hit?, the Supreme dust tttshtmolls pig rta"t.WA'f'hlle4A sea fl Doe: tl'/ws sa II M'Ldr M llaas
down she starts to speak \la almoit a whisper but. before congreaamaa could not cert However, It has already upheld a lower court ruling ... err tads
both la the armed tortes I.clln considerable money M a dkWINI ,...., II fasan.eesssh<< dSIse NRlaotal
long ..h.I\ yelling .,ala:. What should I dot Wave ban. that fined Joba L. Lewis and thelillIi'd V ...
at Loch .
Congress Holy Scotland.: .
been married almost 30 years. Miss Workers 1710,000 1t'f MOU4oM1' IOT'UA rtrN r-r II' II ,. fT
Coegrrsemm water Russia
GOING CRAZY At this point young nearer If a '
for Miike ta 1M4.
in Illegal :
Johnson reaigned isle naval I* seeded la the )fedI'rran. 01"l4tU, H fr-r
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DEAR GOINGr Tab ye** wile to a dear wh la 1 M:. a twdy norm ..- = r
pecUUzM la disorders W .. *.,.. a..b.. neuld lit ..n.,. eommlMfon to rerun to the on* la Turkey would be Just gas sweeping tile Atlantic Coast .-... -I-t ,r"t

lag trem a hearing |.*a and B4 knew ... ,Rouse of RepreatHitanve. a* did pd. toning at Vast 17 persona aid N war aa.wu
., young Cenireaaman WarreaMagnuaoa oII.. Dirk Ruanefl. .... ttamasj! estimated at 11 tt.aa..M0.gN ew ..... r. 11 .. :l

''DEAR ABBY What would you have doe* i* a rUI of Washington powerful Chairman of tile '* than SMft muThrn. I aq .....

like this? My daughter law had a birthday coming up, Bobby Kennedy<<: la now playing Armed Service Cnmmltte.. ltiwt __
ao Tasked her la my meet pI..taIIt'tOll.1Iat' would It wry to become the Vie Pr... a clone trn<( of .. A IbMtght' teethe day-........ p'" Q IWplrllf

)'OII11U lor your birthday, dear!. She looked nw right Ideattal ruaalag mat of LBJ. It Johnson's, ka* d I ( r .. M.oerot.tMt MM: "Nv N (h..a .. PI.q-
:IB the eye and replied, "Civ m*, the ,1M")' lIil..d. win lit Interesting to ae.. whether Fra_'. pn.IltIatM. IX S. \ baser is aattnaal proper.. NA.waaeGshey.

Mother. 'Your taste Is atrocious lit tide with LBJ or with' Gold- aa blackmail\ ) at the alghett\ vahte.H ", M I'll 1iIrn,
Thurmond 1 I1-Rap. .I.mlt1tltt. .
I STRUCK SPEECHLESS water and --' .
'iDEAK $BTIICK: I'. bate fin a*.a 'lest." *f the controversy o\-er weekend'' DMI? oa(* forced a* Th iwrag leagth .f stay .ta ,,1 beets .

'/ Igaored birthday. warrior aloe from the Agriculture hoipltal for each prtet', ( eaawset's' W !I{ lit

e o Not*! Th nickname "weekend rennet that,the cotton we year waa. TI days, medical, se wry I' 11II ,.. ,.
ii"I CONFIDENTIAL TO EDNA ,Tel.'I writ .1 my warrior mince from tilt fart Ala free, wider: the '. report. Cow' _

answer. A |tMt witter basal a |W>I .< a HwirwHk that memben of CongreM who Abel Profram. was then mid in ... N

\ ..... hold reserve ronunUl ually the Spanish govenrment tor .... ...* Admlasstratloa 1st := =

I e e i. put. In their MTVk- by taking the- America* prlc, ",1t..III, INOOOtta. for Sp la e,..... asaan -U

I Get It off jour chest For a personal, MnpuMI.h.d weekend Junket Howe\er.the paid I .h ...11. Fiasco continue' thumb a.a-... .4eflfr sal FG'
reply, write to ABBY Box 3X5. Beverly Hills Calif. Stale r>r rtment offtclall the meet powerful milt V> his DM at tile United State sahyIsaw -=.

Endow a stamped addressed eovtlor doa t Uka: to talk about it. but lit Washington has euchend hetpicj/ Caatr


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French Couturiers IJoipilal Record

I Show Collection Fish, W tiC Volutla Presented At Meet

-. re.Nee prow the
\1 Of Assorted Hats ....? -".'.--- fM l.W StU
>. 0.".... Sun 11I_. tart Of Church Women
CG" for WomengOLDRtD I !

t, PARIS (UPI) It was UU Flub Memorial !
list a I ADMISSIONS Th* Woman AiMcUtte *f
a century age prttty I Ii
RVNTXM. Editor French girl began, creating! revolutionary Medical: The Rev. John. Benton I the Wettmteater United Presbyterian
designs Inc women'i t Florida Lutheran! Retirement Church of DeLand heini
clothes designs destined 10 I Center; Mn. Mary Lesry. the Rev. J r. MeHendry tell

Dessert Influence the whale. femMns' i its N. Us)field ACadet: tilt dory ft "TM Flee .(
Orange I fashion world and make the designer h George Noguera, Florida Mill Lines" at their ipedal Inter

Volusia ont of the worW'i moat I ________ lacy Srhsd.DISMIwtIAl11. I meeting recently held In the

Contestants InPreliminaries 1 copied.The designer. made the sweater Albert' [lushoiMd N. Woodland Church.: The program wu followed by
Men InService a ihort business sessionMri. ,
an linn of high style: ski Blvd I Ernest .
created the cardigan lull Jacket a ai i :2(8 W. Volusia Ate.; Mrs. Ray Betty Day wu tie featured
which has become an Int.rlll'tlonaJ I i! aI Stang *10 W. Howry Ave; Mn. auger and she presented a
Wall DeLeon Spring; rendition of 'Consider the
classic, she started thi : "
Wise This was followed by a
Mil. Adam blacks Rout three:
The fifth annual Orange Dessert fad for costume Jewelry.
MI... George! P. Wyatt, 101 E. reading from tie scripture by
Contest sponsored /Jointly by Gabrlell Chanel li her name Stetson Ave.WV. Mil Paul L. Crtm.n The
.the Florida Citrus Commission And today La Chanel remains meeting doted with a be.e and In this area by the Florida a power. In. fashion. The Memorial time by Rev McHendr The

Power Corporation moves Into i experts buyers and presi- I I irrm: nu-cirrut program chairman wu Mri.

the preliminary stages next generally praised her sprint t Mr and Mist Newell Waters Clifford D. Corey.
week Local contestants who 1964 collection with its new vac II 1C6 E Wood St, are tile parents Guests Introduced wire" MM.
qualified to enter will submit latlons of her classlct. I of a daughter weighing six Allan Howeth. Rahvray, N. J.,

their prepared entries at the frk Mile Chanel was bora In pounds 1313 ounce, born at and Mri. Kenneth H. Batkui,

Home Service Center, Florida southern France Her mother 11:TS\ a m. March 5, RoneUnd. NJ.
Power Corp, E. New York Ave.. died when she was six her SHF.KM.Y MIX Hostess for the social hour
by 1 p.m. March U. father abandoned her. Miss Alice Schaiftr and
A ion, weighing six pounds. were
KECOGNRION On the first of FrancVi diplomatic rtwfnltlon -
The winner In the local division Inlrediire "Rpnrtawetr"In FASmONABLK of signs J. H. .
114 ounce*, was born to Mr. Mri. McHmdry.DcLand
Chines kimono, This Pariilaa admires
China la the mart
of Red preaenee'af
will be to 1910. Gabrielle
eligible went to
participate T2T
and Mrs Bruce Sweeney,
In the Bake.Off, prior Paris to design clothes. An ardent a lilt wrap DUBHfactorttt: by the Communist regime, II display la a department ttort. Stone 11.25: PM. March I.Mn. Club

a to entering the final contest horsewoman, she promptly ADMLl91O\S

which will be held In Winter copied for women the pullover Loretta Ivei, (21 N.

Haven Semi finals will take i. sweaters worn by her male riding Mrs. Rhodes Boulevard.DHM1MAU. Scores
place at Apopka. March 19. and friend. Later, she added New York Club Bridge

tilt finals at the Nora Mayo cashmere. skirts and dresses Social Notes. Robert M. Petenea, Oraag

Auditorium in Winter Haven, Introducing the concept of Welcomes Six City; Mrs Sally Sink Orasg Mri. George Piariill w.i &

April 23.24. "sportswear" about 1919.! PrexyOfBFChapter City; Mu", Lloyd Ballard and rector of nine tibias ef bridge
Tin following area conteitanta In 1913. Chanel wai the first 'and Comments Infant daughter! KU) S. BroekiAv eiterday at the Detail Brl gs-

have qualified to enter tile preliminaries prominent woman to cut her New Members PEO *.; Mn. Robert FraAkan- Club, DHrtl'lOtd..
to be held next Wed. hair short and wear imaJl berry and Infant daughter" 143 North.south winner wend )I".

'flday: Mra. Bonnie Richter cloche hats, suiting another. Mra. Jha Jlarr...... Welch E. Howry Av*.; )Irt. B. E. Donahu Doyle Driver and Mri. Charles
Mrs Ida Kltschles. Mrs. Pansy revolution In the female<< silhouette Six new members .era welcomed W.Va, was the weekend guest Mri, William J. Rhodes was and Infant daughter, IN Hassell. tint; r. Ebnon Beatat
Mullins, Edna M. Timmoni, Into the New York Qub St.Republican. and Norman Meyer, ie eH.
that resulted in short of. Mr. and )ltI. It. T. OjMnu1WJ installed a* president ef tilt BF W Calvin ;
Mr*. Jewel J. Shaw shy. Charlotte Robert MvCarg skirts. last night at a pot roast supper W. New York Ave. Mr t Chapter PKO. at a recent. meeting Mr and Mn. H. E. Wally thirds;
Worthy Elsie Merckrr and meeting In the Tourist Clubhouse 1(1'1. Otto Alien and R. .
(AHTNC) Pvt. Robert M. A friend recalls that the designer HarrlMMl li the. widow of the late held at the home ot Mn. O. >
Mrs Clara Wachter, Mil. Felix W. Howry Ave. Women M. Vale.
tied with H.
L. Walker, W Minnesota Av*.
"wore hair Virginia
McCargo, ion of Mr,, and Mn. short and Mr. and Mn. L. A. Dr. John Harr'fit' West
Reaume Mrs. Charles Broyles. They were and Grant Chase for fourth.
Robert G. McCargn, DeLeon bangs: with a bow on top, to Mm. HarrlMMl employedas Chosen to l.n'lt with her for the One
Mrs. William B. Downey, and House, Mr. and Mrs. LawrenceBauer Ia: t-wett winners were: Mri.
the and caused of the GraceHoeplal current year were Mn Theodore Luncheon
Springs, completed eight weeks opera a sensa superintendent Plan
Coulter and
Mis. Edna
Miss Lynnle Oakes, all of De. of at the tins" In Welch W.Va. Mr.Ijhern Beller vice.presMrnt: Mrs. O. N Lackey and Phil De-
military police training
Land: Gladys Bauer, Mrs Margaret Fred Edwards. Berard. tint Mri. frank H lder .
David : .
U.S. Center Fort Chang never won a Corsetand ( recently' returned from Lrtgar recording secretary of the
Army Training Mis. Charles Otis, secretary, The March' meeting
Bloxom, and Mrs Vera
and Mri. Donald Johnston,
Gordon, Ga, Feb. 27. During made supple clothes to follow announced the membership of I Welch WVa, where he Mailed! ; Mr.. E S. Ashrratt, treasurer Woman's Republican Club ef
F. Gates Orange City; Mrs second Mr and Mri. CharleaDagtli.
the course McCargo received instruction the movement. of the body, the club is now 105. Appretmately his sister who was ill In the Mis Byron Olhaqn chap West Voluaia County will N a ;
and Mn Joe
Ada Anderson i third; Mrs. A. 0. Dewed
Beaiett Jr., Pierson.Committee In such subjects as a revolution In the 201. 92 attended last night West Virginia hospital. lain; Mrs Alfred. p. Vaucht, corresponding sack luncheon March II at U:Mpm. and Mri. Hugh DuVat. fourth.
civil and military law traffic In IKS, she waa the lint designer meeting. secretary; Mri. H. at the Florida Power
Plies Klavllla Trary, Frasklin 1. The next Duplicate bridge
Grates t.dmond
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control, map reading prisoner- to invent a perfume.! She brief business session Lounge. .
Following Ind, Is visiting in the horn of : at the clubhouse will beat
Margaret Krlklry, Sanford tarn
of war control! and self defense. called It "No. S" .
NamedTo simply At George Seybolt showed I. Tnto,. Lake Recording of speeches by
I* sad Mrs r sent literature and colored ":::10 o'clock tonight.
The year-old soldier enteredthe that time she also developed slides of his recent trips to Australia Wlnnemlsnett Dr. Miss Tracy, a Senator Barry Cnldwater and -
Army' October 1963 and longwalsted dresses and her and New Zealand. retired public school teacher, lathe Lake concerning Wales, which a resoit has hotelIn been. John Tower made at the recent' ....14III i <
Select Officers completed basic combat trainingat famous loose cardigan Jacket Committee members In charge cousin of Dr. Tracy and Ted offered to Florida PLO rally of Young Republicans at WE MAKEALUMINUM
Fort Gordon. He !la a 1961 copied after the En llshal1'l of arrangements were: Mrs Tracy Foley, both of DeLand. Chaptersfor Madison Square Gardena N,Y .
use as a retirement home). I
gradual of DeLand High blazer still the malntsay ot Carolyn Clla ., Mn. Gladys Car will be pla\ed. Other Important' SCREENS!
School. her 1964 spring collection. nip, Mn. Sadie Rellly, Mil. Happy Birthday today to: C. B.Hanshroiuh The state chapters are now die business will be taken. up. The
For FMH Auxiliary In Met J'am She popularized costume John Ambrose and Mr. and Mn. : Bill Pajme James cunning and voting on the proposed spring conferenr. of the Florida To Fit All Slut of

Jewelry when she began wearIng Edward Lawrence. t., lardy, Flerear terra. and ptojectNineteen Federation of Republican Women Doors and Window
Mn. Chester K. Ferns, presi TAN SON NHUT Viet N.m- old Byzantine Jewelry. -- starr.esarn4.. Unda lawrence' Celehiatlngblrihdavi members were present will be held In Si Augustine
dent ot the Auxiliary to Fish Staff Sergeant Charles H. Stone, She was surrounded by celeb- tomorrow are: Lulu at the meeting and April IT If. Call Mra. Joseph We Alee Install New

Memorial Hospital, appointed a son of Mr. and Mn. Edward rifles and was a close friend rite, Mr. Alton M UJ'IIh1Ira.: hour with refreshment servedby Beaudette U you plan tit attend. Wire U ell l ft.....
tiemls sting committee yMt.rdaywb. Stone Orange City, ii now on then of composer Igor Stravinsky JACOBYOn ... Grady Smith and Rv Be*. I the hostessei.her All memheii and friend are

they met In the auxiliary duty with the U. S. Air Fore: artist Pablo Picasso and I. sand C. Meec lesa attractive sisters asked to save articles ot any Conrad Lumber Co

room lor the March meeting. advisory unit assisting the writer.artist Jean Cocteau. She FOB THE PAT lie calm and philosophical on kind that may be sold at a rummage
QIOTB "c.OelawaterhMtU4U4
: Serving on the committee to armed forces of Viet Nam in financed the Ballet Ruses laParis. It a dim partlcipatloa of attic that rare occasion when your sal planned for t.rIJI W. Mtrhliaa ,

fertsent a'slat of officer at a their fight against Communist BridgeS li a matter of t right, how are. husband brings home an unexpected May Time and place will b* announced
future meeting are: Mn. John later
(base hales vacancies to b* obtained 1'11011by guest for dinner.
N. Joyce, chairman Mn. Edward Stone, a helicopter mechanic Rut la 1939 Chsnel cloned her death are few) by restpia-
P. Erion Mn. Lester Doo- and other USAF personnel cold, mirrored sell explaining OOWALD JACOBTNevapaswr \
little and Mn. Margaret Scran- train and assist Vletnamas she could not make clothes during sMrariM Awn,. f tins, I\IIn. Ingersoll

ton.Mn. Air Force personnel la mastering the war la 1954 she re KOETB t HOUSEDALLAS'
Chester Isbcll second various' technical specialties opened with her. lime designs.She AQIIT PORTRAIT
\'Ie. president read the auxiliary necessary for maintaining refused to bow to Dlnr'i .AQI SimpleRules"Makes
prayer. Approximately :90 modem military units. "new look of 1947, compUU- tAU Following!
members attended.Committee A former student at South hag It hid! the bodv. 711
report were. heard River, iNJ. High School, the "Nobody understood her designs WEST IAn Life FINEST

and Mrs Charles Moreland, sergeant entered the service In at first except the Americans All A4IVJltll
chairman of the Eye Bank, reported February 1953. and they saved till.. VITSISIII

on the success. of "Eye Ion." a friend laid. "She always KOIIOCTB is coming to DtLand
Bank Week," Hating 60 pain of la Japan has a soft feeling for .QIOH .HI Easier For All

yea had been donated. YOKOSUKA, JAPAN (FJft- Americans." (D)

Th changes In the bylaw NCI Thomas W. Greene, In recent yean she developedthe AAKJ10I By RITIMILLETTItffnpafM

were voted upon, and placed on utilittesman tint class, USN son Chanel accessories quilt VK.JlOlt Eat nrU* Aa**. INTRODUCTORY OFFERANY
record. Dun for active members "
will continue to be SI, inactive of Mr. and Mn. Steve G. ed handbag with double chain AAKI: To make life easier for yeuraelt .
$2 and 111* membership Green, N. Boundary Ave., recently handle, flesh-colored,ihoei with Both vulnenbl and your family try foCew-
1100. reported for duty at tile bark or gold toes, gold chain ..... ,"'.., Werth Cast log e' few simple rules!
Naval Support Activity Xoko- belt and chain necklace all faults. ONE PERSON.--ANY AGE
Recently the auxiliary was 1 Pass I A ra Keep quiet about your
presented with a coffee.maker sutra, Japan. The activity provides widely copied. 4 N.T. Pass IV Pass Other people will\ find them out I
supply, communications, Cbsnrl'reset] lea msirled I Pass
by Miss Annabel Sharp, and a IN.? Pass soon enough.Spare Regular
and administrative support to I Pas ,Pass Pass
bowl and The story goes thut the Dukeof A your compliments so
units operating; In. the area with Gloucester parsed but thedesigner Opening leid-V J considered neither
cups a gift to the nurses and the that you are
the Seventh Fleet .
.auxiliary by Mr and Mn. HarryA. replied. "There can be A finesse. should succeed half unappreciative ROT too emotional $350
Dooley New furnishings are many Duchemes of douchesher to be sincere.
Nets and fall half the
Paneling the time
being bought for the auxiliary 1'1I.c.n, he only one to Relax when )ou'r* a hostess.
I Mademoiselle Cbln,.!." so when a connect appears r valu.ONLY
room, and upon completion will COLUMBUS, Ohio (LTD finesse haveto The hostess who works hard lo .
a you
depend on
b,* used by the nurses a* well Wood paneling for walls and The designer lives In the Hotel assume that U la a :MM: make a party go, seldom sue
as the auxiliary for an meetings. counter tops U now available In Ritz almost across the street reeds at It.

Many memorial gifts to the auxiliary brick II/.t. easy to handle and from her I'111ft. In an apartment proportion.North's Jump to four spades, Tell your husband li few .f
received to be studio In the salon, her
have been i't'
Install. trouble aa possi
may well have been an overbid, your minor j
conk and maid ker
used for this pfJfCt.King's prepare
The new paneling a product nvals. but he had shown a had hand _
of the Central States Forest Experiment She still chontet fabrics for when! h* responded with two so- ble.Ignwt other women'i 'CH. U I'C '

Beauty Shop Station Columbus, her collections. She drape trump and h* felt that his queen paw want them to Ignor
Ohio, a part of the U.S. Department and four Jack had to be helpful
tsl4 ... ...... fA"""' 0...,., of Agriculture's Forest them en living model and begins cards la some manner or oth 7oarGilte a man futf credit for
select trimming
.11.54 *54U 11 Service, come In small flat to cut She everything be does imad the 1 1 JI7

$10 WAVI pieces, beveled on all four edg salon! she and!la buttons.veritable Around dictator the. erThey were, but the queer lack bouse.
sncuii $5 es. They can be applied with and sometimes\ baalshei ot club. turned" out to tit aa Expert the beet from your t !
an adhesive to almost any kind embarrassment of rakes N' husband rather. tkai dig aroundtrying
e 4 O* raser* of firm dry! : ..urr.cewood.IIlI'IIboard. mannequins' who** appeiranc* eases they coat South tilt cm- to fad lilt the worst. F 1
she does not like.
H* Ap*..t..mMl neeewar plaster. metal coacrete. tract. Keep your husband faults to
Most .f her MM styles wU
SIWIPOO A m .'.11.51 cinder blocks, glass, cloth be copied> for the masses. Chu. H. ruffed tilt MfM" heart: yourself rather Ikas share! A
lad lead with frtenda. y t'R. Mn
paper. drew trumps with three them your
el la not disturbed by the copies.Any .
and tried\ the club fill...*. Dew Hive aa gay and entertalalnga t
All P.r eni UaiifAccomptaUd
one) answer as peealhi t* year
South would have kid I* depend husbands' qiMWtUMi "What fcavOye II Malt Be

on till finest k4 a trump bees Mg aO day'"* br
Map JOCI"Prlit
been opened but the heart lead B.. u lateral el your bur
THERE IS NOW GREATER ... and continuation save him a* band's shortcomings ai you are PirtaL

: opportunity to make tile hand of your own.
HOPE FOR THE SICK by mean of t dummy reversal. Make a practice tt repeating '
WELCOME the good IMage pi k/ *a utotken. ONE 8x10 SILVERTONE I

Tk* east letMwhif Sari aWrt seer* lie should' kav* ruffed tile ar* .. .
.)*4fcal aU II thai wall sMt( diseases sro ef heart Ugh, Jed a tfamond B.. a* ckarfaM toward a.*
.." nt..... Ik* cmsrMv..!r kw skat are TO DELAND to dummy' Jack, ruffed another attractivewomaa a* yx are laUDTDDIO e Group Sittings Taken On Approval No Charge e :

set earn k* Iced visit sneer pkrskUa .**... heart ugh JH the low of
*..... IS WELCOME trump lo dllNll7"'lilt' L0kaT o Wide Selection Of Proofs !

ruffed tile last heart high "".
Vef wars* tae f.D.A, "* Ok* WAOOHA I
taken his tea *f trvmp wttkdummy' Books-Gifts
seOcta war wlw yeMto his ware 4rs > !
discarded bin
..<.e. kr _II. use rsCte ee ........... tat bra air batW till saala small dub* Jact.*sj tk* last 01 2 DAYS ONLY I

write torts, ef ewes tmts a hall te held *saM at WM.. .* Mint ** tramp sad mad the led RIM & HOWARD

health leetne Sleet haw his ew a***. at gMf' *sd SSBMSI Is ajaislMS) II fl>. trlcta with his. .a- m mart WWAHAStewart's
Ave JeW BM *T atayh* yw lIe.'I'M ska* ft* .*& H *.*. mtMM .... Saturday March 7th. ;
are sane ..*.. yes *>*... an JeW pkyaldas *.Awl ** ... ,
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NOTICI Martin., Addtaen L.Manman. I ,. B.iXi. nmm4psICIACT......... CKreaa. Frederleh H.lUMrtt. .
TO' WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: : .. Paul Cx.tnan : ., F, := .. Barbara C

NOTICE lsry & anM. Jtlltln. A.u w. Altwrta t.PaoHnl. .0L NOTICE,,,,,,, ,.,,., LEGAL NOTICE
x.tu.. C.Pip. ..... ....... H, 4 IIen.e: Des 0.Hams .
Ihet the following II a lilt. of thefcamei .. = 'rl/ th. Aub.rt.0.d. .. H.'...... N. 0407101 TO 05505705. CREDITORS

of all pereon who have Pot.,.. .lam.. C.Plrk.IL Boosi.Mirth. C. limeeds. Yr.d N. Herv.y. DeooHewerl. *14 ThiS COUNTY JCDGC'S NOTICE TO ,
tailed 1 return lo tha guparvlaorwf .I... Iercion & tT.1UemL .ll: VOLClACOUNTY IN THE COUNTY J'DiE'CCOURT. :
Reilitratlon ef Voluilt County. PnN, rinydlturhtmQulnn "' M. Milia. % ... "iT. > ,: IK FROBBTATB IN AND FOR blACOUNTT.
Florid, the IU VotlnK Realatratlon Edna K. '' : c. .. ILBm FLORIDA. r1 .
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Renewal Cord ** reuulrad by RadMtnji, John = ": .. A.: ir'ia w Or *T"m"H1tJl.8
Chapter 3S.4eti. la"a of Florida /J.
Ranlann J. Marl OflvB Ada of 1 1"', al amcnd.d to contlnu limbo Nallla' B. : mel. : ......,. .tII.1 C.e. MJ T* all and all parsons :Dacaaaad.
their regain tion to qualified hush land a. W. eUol andltora all paranni
Rhan, I Carl .... I. or demtndaatalnat
voter* upon the Rnlatratlon hook RobMna. Rffla C. l'atttE! None V. Pussy.. I. r. ......... fI, I c.lm.' claim damandaaaalnet
nt Voluiln Countv Florida, anil that 11'1": .tata .
Rodie. Arthur J..nIt I' said ratal
Lett.,4 Tou. eel each nf hereby
itlm aiich pt,.".. hereinafter Redda, llya B.Reaxoa ., potty Eddie O. kMr. ,... notified and required'01. to present Into, and eerh of y.. .r harah
named report to th. gunarvleor of.jl.tratIcn Thomai 1 ;=. ft, lI""h.oJo."a. a.1 !:.. .V. =:: ." any otaiPM end demand whIchyen. otlflad and rrnulrad ...not

r>t Vnhiele County. Rw-Keit .,IIt'. E.Rvrkert .. ,. .. Mete.lf. ar althar of you. may have aeyclalnuser.1 damandi vhir
Florida' In fwrunn at bor offic In Marrilyn R.R ,. ..... JuHu. !AdmIt, Id.lioP ajtlnet the ... of ROBERTWOJXAT you, or rlthar "f you ma)' h.vaacatnat
the. County Courthouae In tho City Uvanraa T. M. 111I' the Scull of JL'DITREMICKHnx
> n. Vol.B
Df DeljMid Florid. at ,ho County :: : i:. \ I f i .c late of
or Rn.: Thomai M. ii".a. a. nah A.I ;. .. Ceuaur the Hon dnraard. into vro.

fourihouet Annei at 440 B. link Ammon R. .. Clay art. 'I't.,., ..I.I"bn Moor, dIO.JJrt.n. A.Myslnmey I. County Julie Vo- luala County. Florida, lo tha ton
B.s. h Siren Pavlona Beach.Florida E.Ktar. ; John M. Bylncton. Counts
tnk, Bully 19.Pink. J. ('bisboo hula i at .his office the .
or at th* City Hall In the Pall ..1.Rotsit. Blal MHtatler. 0P0 Pecare .. ,Is Del.eod. Vu.lesi. ef VoluMe County, at bla office
Cin of New Kmyrna Beach. FlorIda : ." linrlt.rt'; (I. 0W.. .: =/ Pat* M ,.oty Cesnit'. within .1.( the Countv Courthouaa In 0"n4.V..I. ,
or b* returnln* computed, naIl Clark Atuiel: 1. '1'..".. Plot' D. p ...... 1'.", U.lI Randall Parry O. mouths trw. 1...f ha first County. Florida .

I'M' VntlnaT Reirlitratlon Renewal Rt.vene Wlllard( R.Xwaitaon rr:4; : I. n JE. fcTmrh: V. it.. ".... feck. Brnmairnnemaker tlon hereof. AH clalma and montha tha f.d.lil of tha fIrm
Card within thirty (Un day from Alice MThnmta. *im. & _. Ceisselni B.t ....U,.. J, ', not preaanted within the publication claim and
the Into "f the first puhllcatlnn of Prler-lllt B. wile. Uul( K..Ii.J. :. T. P'eelend P. MmlU, Donald. Le In the mannar pretcrtoad ".m..". ". nraarntad within lit.tom. .

this rows' Mid BupervlMir of Rekmirailiin Thuraby, Job RThumbv Wltharenoon. Rhana Latin-Mr, "'Dmuld Lieu reels. Charuco. B.US. Bait, Join rt.mlth 'tn. shall be .barred 55 end lb. ,oenn.r ltrontrihrhnrlo :
anal! be required to huts : Will M Workman. Okay .t* 4* tll....i aMMiCS YlvIsti 0.E.a.r Ctllv A anHmlth. by. .., rvlde shall ho burred cc .

the numat of ttieh voter removed Thumbv. Wlllltm T. Jr. I : B. Wtllae* a. Ffbrutrv IT, A D 1IM4itl law.

from: : tha r.tlatratlon hooka and Tuten, Dorothy I.Vaitlne FMICINCT' 10Andereoit. M.Ke. Jp-ie 0Manner : L. "moke. Pnrla E.IIm"k. P'14 BWTH B V [. Llet.d P 13th. ISt
from tha Hat nf qualified I voturi of AutuataVadlnn LMila I V. .. George A.It..r. A. Eieiitttrlz of List I., 305 'A ID

Viilupla County Florida: provided Frank O. HanrlatU Mtm-a. PoOle J.Mnore. Harris' .... Chtrlea L. Ttatarront of Robert PAn. /51, EUGJlJ
however, that tha Damn of any Vance, Pavld B Auatln, EthelKahn J-aiM P. .. Bnodirtat, Mariaret A. Aa E. the Lent \MU
'uch voter, an removed may ha Wird Lanor HtllWneliWn -William H. -.' r.. .,kr.woIthil. lint tn.*:, Peter R LEON O. ye* and Taatamrnt of Judith
,..'' in th. ,..'.lr.Unn books, : r. OacarWiahhiim 11... Jflk M***, Wtinle H.I K .'. Storm Paul A.em Attorney for WEJlt. IrJoD. Dacaaaad

and tho Hat or Qualified vnt.,. atanv Kalhloan' 0Wohu.nttiiI Brantley, WoodrovrBrown. (rOute ttoea La. ..- Floyd A.Wisrst :. Sn' ', .Itmet M. IllToner. !. IIURf'P
(lima that Ilia rerlatratlon I ). Pahtla M. ne n duo. rPattertnn. Rudniph 'r. lien A.\ Attornay for t.
b"' lo of aald County ara oiot" for Whlta>, rharlet, P.Whlllock. Brown, John ; Raymond I.P.rk.l. Ireland. )llonls P. .,'hl..r. Virginia }(. NOTICE TO CRCOITOM P'll'0.2t.M.S"on,i upon aald( proof )iyM France E.Wltenn :. 4-amn. Wlimlfrad B. Samuel V.rnt.rou.i Ireland. Richard B. Vaihter, WillIam H. JI'CXIES
I trinro' (hit( lb coin. the ".r. Alma P Chlahnlm. JoaaphCnreon. .. Manhall P. Jenrti. WllUam F. W un". .r. F O>orta THb rOl'NTT
.rna door rlbe l In atirh 101' VntlnfBowman Wllw; : Elliaheth'yfiSon Onto a. PM>.. Gerald O. Jnhnanp. Jeeea F.Jnnea Walker, Billy H. IN A.ND FOR > 111114 NOTICE RULE Mill

Ii nintnn"i'rtl R.n..1 I .rd ond urn : ('um"ln,.. Ella Hal...,. .I..nit. .... Arthur F. H alker. Mary Lois l-OUHTT.. FLORIDA L' IN THB riRCf' (COURT OF THBBEVENTH
still qu.III1. doctors sod ...UII.dIe Jeaae'V.PMICINCT'I. Panlel, (Had/a M Pertain A. :Jrtnee, Jtnett. W'alai, Edith W. BATE.DO RR 07'CHAIU.E JUDICIAL ClRCflT.IV .

b. ,..,.t.rad: Pavla, John H..." J>rlmr I. Kalfnrat, Mary lt. Welai, Bvdne* L. E8TATB MHAfFBTALUDacaaaaA. AND FOR VOLUMLA COUN.
: : ,: Piiranr, EddieEdwardi IIh.nkl. Anne 0.nsve Krarh, Muriel u' eth.rlnt-ton, Cltud H.Wllaon '. H .
.IcINCT( t
William IL.iHrneer hankla.. R. Vf.fipada lamb Alhart P"yl* ., Laura 34.PRECINCt. T. all eraditora and all person.hsilei lr mo. 11.DM THvlelon "[ *
; Ferrl C. 'Charl a K! Lanee DEPARTMENT .
Alllavin, Haunt H.' "' D'&I Jamae Wf" damandaaaalnat ROAD
Earl V, Alllwn' Jo* p.Anionl '. flelnl, naita.. ChiHHIn MThnmaa Lee, Wlllla A.MoTirn 14A1Alia : alalma..,.,. ITATI *t Agency ef th.
ul Mid
Carter, Jame* M.Cohan : ; Particle V. n.rdn.l'. Juuoph. 11:. Ptr'.i& uPont C'Viol. Hel.n M. Oi rLRIDo .
Eva AtislnV.L., i nma .,,. l orflin P. i MoCrn., Loill C *. Margaret HallBtrthMow. Too anil each of y.. ara karaby ltt. Flrda
r>.*.. Frank H. mint.( Patrlrla lu Htntian U Ron dad and requlr' lo prce.otenyelelun.e
Rnhon, John w. Ytd'Oitiri' Robot W. ttertld H. which VOLfMA COUNTY a PoliticalKubrtlvleioa
peat. NoraEmanuaL Hnhnn fially 1Brand mill( Tvru R. Jr. 'v1.1'. (.roe }Mr-Inn! Barbara L. "'.nf. Ralph W.Balk '. of haYs of tht State of .
BldRy R. Bruce lnt.. Klhal V. T,I.,. Kuhn KIte McMillan. Beulah A.McMillan J MBowman you. or .lh. you, mav rtOtlonr.
Foeter. Sylvia( Brown, AruheBrown Ore,. Goon.iron.p. ,. ....,.... Alh.rtWfbatar ,.. ::: : l'icnoid I U ProC analnat .tat of Ckarlaa H.KnaftnalL .. J''rld'

Gardner, Paulina( 1Olotiob. .....'E, ( Belle L.Hnlmet Ruth d )t.t... FlorenceWatthewe. Brennaa Imogen dac .. isle the of Hon.John et 5?.. Defendint.
G noons M.01e.1. Burrr, Robert 0 William C Whlta, Mantarat O. Fdlth: R.Matthew. Hmoka. ".... .7Rw. County, Florida to ofVoluala NOTICE OF EMIXEXT DOMAIN
.,.. Rdthl H. M. Bylniton. Countv Judta
( C. HiHl.. Cltyton w. Whit William Muriel H
Chipmin." Kdlth William PROCEEO1NO: :'anel.$ W. tier Klliahath Carol X.lley:: Jama* W. Wllllama, farlan. R }Inn..., Rufus M Jr.Mutherahtuch Buckner Teddy '1'. Covnty, at hla nlr. In Vo.luala the. THB NAME ANT UT '".
In .
Ooodwtn. Bhlrley( O. (Curtli: Leonard J.; A.Kottr Wllllama' Vathrra. P.WIIDahia Jtmai B.Nl '.....,.. Jlmmle 1.. County Courthoiiaa DI.n" I AI'THORITT OF THE PlATO

Harmon, Lnvlrk Florence O 8 Ir.' iianlill' France W. ,' Leonard. MaHlv" M. .. Ruby ( ....,., Roiolyn 0. County from,lha Florida date, of tha flrntpublit'etloa oilmonths OF FLORIDA!
Hivman IToyK Helen' M. t. Vred Jr Wllllama RandaU F Pale. Leonard H. (Church Jeaal M.. TO ALL WHOM" IT MAT COV.
JHod.e"Jot r K.inhneon A. Poyl,, J. Donald( List Marcaret, E.. ferkjna, Louie" O. Co.Ion Jamea C.. Jr. f. tmanXa All clalma wllhln tha CERN and to all persons sod

.Hyatt Franrai V.Jnhnjttn tho3li :>:ur* ci .'' 1',1. ,M v...." ,;1P .'CINCT tttAVd.raon Parkin.. (|live A.ftandereon Cost,,.. Joaephln .fftarnerkl "; tints and In (" parti** claiming, or having any

K.McDuffle Frant'v, VIvlanne'B.( .eot.uLIltro. MaeR.iiti. .. Ridntnn., Iohu I, 4l haraln akall ba "roolht. right title. I..t..t .. .. mortgage
flamnlno. Vlrclnta L. fiery A. I Mahal I(. (Chtrle I 1!. Ir.I. CttrnarW. ,Evelyn, 'rI'l' but provldad or ..t"., ." I onto. thoaacertain
I B.n nintar. Marguerite I E. ', .ilnatherrv( L;. ., Pano. Ann; Lee n.vla Eun J. "> ''7 I'Dalad' parcela of land hereinafterdeecrtbed
Martin, Odeea* K. MnCov,1: ; '. I Banford, t>.tty Fabruarr 70 A'r l
1:. Harmon .....1.( H. MeltoMa hlentord'Jemos'E, Pent.,' Ctirtl W. TXnon, John P. LOUISE A and the following pen,
Cathahna u /ft ANN
Seller M" .... William I. ? \T
Harpfr, Robart M. Jr. A.Bnmers. fattertl.ld. Jsmrs'L. Puhle .Jove J. eon., together with all unknownperaon
Keller' Knircra Aa Eiocutrlz of tha lAst
bJ.L. Holm H. Mandavllle Annie J. .. Varth Puhla, Kevin TKldridit. claiming bv. through.
Kt.ener, C U .- .I.n.*.* M.Brawar Vatterfleld' T. and Teitamant of .
Horn, Mi... Mitchell. RelntMonttomerv Hatterfltld Kara 8.Hellara. : Floranc O.Oeoraa. C.I. ".oI.rktermrnn.raens who ar
darner, Kuhn.Tvlnr CharUa F "., ... r tot .d.MAURICE
Mnnl..n.rv. L I .
Jonea T. 10ote I Ann M. dead, who not know ta
lair Lvnda Rohort W. er are
C. nark K.
Earl r
Tell .Binjtmln( F.PRICINCT. WacXIIIan) Enolt' M. \ Earls: La Comb Mar E.Cnlvln ...hi.'.... MariaBlewert. niieer Harlette R. KaLand. "r.TIR be dead er elms:
Murphy. Ala.
Weirltt, CtrrEMenlit. ,. Mabel 01..,. Rohart EDorham .
William Eatata
1ABurnett OrlatM. Mv..., Pinto, 1I"lIh. inhrny Roland A. Attornay for J. M Poet Eatitieo
M. "
Mvrlck, Marrtre rtrk Hmlth'Kenneth .II.t..M..1 Donald' E Post
O E.OKwfl Cot Poll' AnnCrowalU F. Heho Anna M.
Nina I. I'rIr. Tlm"thY' W. Jovra DBmlthwlck : Quality RFI IC.n.t.t.
Poar jWlllla harris C NOTICI TO CMEOITOM Ki.
Pilmir Ronald R. Promt, Herman U. Ronald W.IItr.n. MVrh'Fr'edL. .
Cent, E r reopen AIf.." P. '. : T.,1
Promt Lou H.
Pirlln.' Jean LFlayer ... Pornthy .1. Mor.n. V.hel A. hID No.
RulliCrops. '
C".klln. JI..rt Pxantoa, Ol. v. C.Trxtora 1:0
Malafht' Smith PIne' ,... Robert Jrirawn Mnnn, blue C.
..( .
trd& Edward J.. .. Jr.
Theodoraflout FLORIDA. LPROt No. 120.1 RIGHT OF WATThat
Cross, 0Crutklt. ." ir K. Btmia Paul M. GeorriTttjtt4t.r. Pttrlrla Ann Murrtv Thomte E.: la
fI..I.h M.e"pietro. Nope ".nnl. a.Rus.ctt Colin R.Stout. Drury. laaballa W. l'tnomuuun. ""..'.,, (tip. Elltthath P. BATE. :
Cruth'' Rufus I. Oiiaale( R.Pontld Lulu C. Kdwarda Thanla U 'TItnm"an". ....... T. Oterfleld Pont E.: .. I RB I"TATJ: 0. part *.10Vhs
Joseph P.hnilt J"Tharau Vtn pen Kbortr. ...kU'W.II..lhnovf. Van Hook. AIsle, P.t....... Mar* a"Peterran. .
> H;.hmltL: :: M. Wallace. LUcllle rA. HHkaaon Barbara D White. Char! W. WalterPollock. ., IWICLL.Dr. .". Nit of IE'4- nf SE< ofSWU
Donuts. Linertn'sdet. KHkaaon: Ads artf N.
.'". M. T. all eraditora mod NU of
I. Wolf PIcnic J.' Helena \re"n. ofn :
David '
., Pouclai Full.r Paul M. Jr. '
,7. irrod' Wilson, Remit J clalma or of HE1*. Wa.t '*
Wl, : : ,, IInl.
>rradlla. Ellitblth( I.trutt. Win 1.Nth.rsptnun. ". Othann, Brute K """h ".. Orovar C. Jr.Woodbtirv. Prlwer. CUre M. sill
aatataiTou River, SS. 14
John %V.dnardLPrd, Tom P. .7,.. WITenn." F.lnoraWllaen. WllkertWithertpoen.' Gibson, C'nn.t.... C. Thalm L """1.. Coy: F. and lack at you, ." harahrotlflad Sooth. l.rnn'II To..hl.
Randall, B
Ashier Miriam Ion.PRICING. Telvlnfton Thurmon C. .u. Rn. !
: Latter R.Wright t' Calvin 'C. and raaulra* to prraant
_ealer, Fred W. :I,. Mary nillatta, La, Vrrnt I. PRECINCT. : IAll. Robertaon.' Belt MRoberteon any demos and damanda which lying Northerl of and within .|
e.lar, Mary E.lawklna :? IA Hlnat. *t vn N. Louis W. yon, oraiuh.nofpo a. ma* havaaialnit feet and Houtharl nf and within

) ( d..... PRECINCT. : IC1Brawn Holler, Jmnhlna L.noi .. turnip JAllen. Bannenflald' Albert tha dietS of Kathalla V.Puoll Hi feet ef Ih lurvev line of 't..e
)loffmtn Virginia Anthony Eva |.\Vllllam R. II' Suwern74. Irma drr'aiod. la I a of VolimlaCounty. Road 4" Section 7""". aald nirvay
,'.lron, Edwana ;M Boll. Alh.t" Jut,., r>oloraa E:. Mirth A. Btanle*, Bobble June Florida, to tha Hon John Una being detcrinad &I follows, :
. Cllhy. Norman A (.. ..,.......,,11'1011. Eddl. W.Kroiklnaton. Edith1 HBrown. Kalt>*r. John K. Blehnp\ Mont A.Blackburn Btanle .I.", .. I. III H. BylnctM County' Jinlara-of. Va.
Krtuahaar Chcrl.a V orn.r Lie Rohert E, Rlrhard A.1owls. hIm. J. 'I'on,.,I, Helen X luala County at his ofrtra In 000.l'utily Begin on Ih. Wit lUte of Beetle
Ctntvin L.
Krtuthaar. Ellaibltkyla Rrjin, Emily I EodpmMurtiS Thelm flaranra A. BuIlt Elliabath: McKayBrown T'nkafer Roy' R.WtIIl. Coiirthonaa; In Vo. M. South, I,
.... II...,. R Pll. T".hlI I lIa.
I., Florence VlAwton A""reY', B .Ir. PortiOn Julia V. Lynn, L>..Ra t.. t'oreProw. .. Hilda B.PRiClr'lCV. luala County. Florida, alt KM, loll feet o"
Thomil P. l'aldwpl l l ( Joaeph" P.Til. flardn.r. Lynn Mary E, ", Pelmar im.ntha from the dnta of tha flrat the ': el lhs SV'l.Ott
Lind, Mtrle u..C.J .*, Charle N.Cirt.r Hahn Nolan Ray Pa M Wrdulra.( John R.Marah. Brown StevenBrumhlnw : IT publication Ito.n. All clalma anddamanria "r odd Iodine 14.thom' ,
:. Clarinet C :
; iwd, ancy herself M. d wllhln tha IfM'BH" Eaat. a
.v... r>orothvtore. Carter Randolph L. Jr.Cienlnikl Hahn, lull Thaodnr H F Jf.Sail Martina, Ann F. Byrd ('n.* fl.fiah .' treni, Robert L. tlma and In tha snout prrarrlhad) .''ot.. of 'U' P f..t I. tha r
:;. Hirjorla Elollt IrtCo Martina Anthony a.t..r. T.d Rtmitynihht Black Floaala herd chili ba barrad .provldad a roncava to the
1Jsil.r, fall(( Anti .*.., Male: Mat Roberta I(. ) Ruth A.Marnv Mllll Black. R C. by law. Northarly"I:I a rtdlui of
tsy.r. Gerard Jent. CoB.r Jennie( Harrla, Nathaniel William t!. ".11. Ie orn., L. C urn... Gordon Fabniarr ,. A.D. I'M 21)114 tl r"I. lhanca run al noose I ,

.. Frtnclt F.iMRtl O |lnt, CathrvnA.Klllnti Hart. Amartnua E. Mlnchav, Amos M.Minch. Hell. MoilieFarrell. Chavara.. ("ar..* Pate Jl UETTK ATKINS tIlt." thrnuirh a rantral anil of
M. Jacquelinent I Randall P1'. Hillary( MariaHoaklna. ..., Harrr UMurphv. C W Pr.' (, .av. .. Will Al Eiorulrll of the tonI Will ll'M'41" a rtlatanca I of elI M fart
Is"' I.4Ilan( Feniman' CatharineDiffniy ; Merlin U HarrlattNnrman. Hodi-aon Frederick R. ( Iutt... Edna M. and Tntamant of NATHAWI to tha Emit lIsts of SectIon :5. palTownship

, Anna J:. Jacqu.llna t Johnaon, Pmeiu.IJohnson t/nmurl H. Horton. TuImnin. K. ('rim. Jnkn D V. POWELl te..t and Rania Waat Una
liner. Frank tlifnay( D.CJihha Lai H. Denial !Norman Uarr F. Jerlco, John Robert Crlm. Marian ECrlm. BERRTEN BKCKM of HVctlon :S. maid Townahlp and
.in.,, Joaephlnthodan :1''H. tv. Ctrl L Palmar, 3* Etta ,Johnaon .,.....t.l', Memo Park lit Goon AvantiaPavtona K ani..te point' Z>l IT lust
lAin Warli ILane :
Mcniaahtn, J W.McOlaihanl Oilliaonj FreddieHelml fiaach Florida I S"rlJ'
lion( B ninrlfh Klchtrd M. Punter Wlllard D. of the uthatat tnt mere
Lee A.Pholtar& : : FrdMnCtrtr TtlrOi..hsn J""II V. 1.ann Atternay EiacutrliNOTICll Marlon !* Doutliwaat '
Itttod.n : 000iln,5 Mary N.Oroiwin William Rn.......,., Jo* fo (
Harvey 1.iiptrd. Shirley Blanch' .tl.U.M.1 aald gartlon JS enntlnnaalona
Roy A.: A wail Katharin >
LllUin C. first* Iatrttle .. ))I I/o".nn.rOt., Leeth Jityre CMcKannry A Pent,,..., honor, W, II Wc r.tih.( Julia M.nlth (1.11. Robert O.I' ". L Innlatna, Alfred T. ) .., Laol Shirley tk OF SUIT anulo of ll'M'37" a dlattnra nIntn

: : William: F.'iu clronver, tleorieHollMay. Mini 'hlanda\ Robert Jr. Kittal' .ton. Porla utroud. I Mock.' P.i'ryFnlonste 1..o,0.ou0IN', .. IN CIRCUIT Ot ...t te tho and of eunratthama
loon..?. Onn.rni Banjamlii Naacy M.yhin OaorielW. Leflla. Ponald' F. SEVIvMH run North "( %'47" Eaita
Vlnl.. Hollomnk MlllarUlrtarat : 7'obirsuo n. May F A LeFllt. Mar* E.f i' 1b'or. af 4lt lost <.
(000'00. jwmthj' M.'J" Mlt. Roea'Ui: arhlU.' > Aril* k ." IN AND FOR VOLlfttA ( dlatanc
alt , fI, 4'1, Mubnare. ? *h.llt. K.," f V'1Vharlle KatlV! KoiMaveltNovlll .1 VoBt. a,

;ht, MllllaVlala. Janbeine, J. A. V.)1..1<1 M.TVllaon tr.H: : .. Wan r" ( ,1 >o. li.l<* CIV. a point 1014 M tool of
(*. Donald 'e '
Poroth tf Jut.O.' )1urttr Marr C, I Prevent,, Dorothy 1. FAtS.PiNCB HOUCK ."... acid (0(11011( M.Tha .
Powell, Cecil L, o
1\"lko.. ('tsntttfl A.W.tts King. ttnn.hl Toed: Martha .. lto".1 ..hnll. Lnui. J. Plaintiff
( 1',11" 3.. : ". uwU. :: .. nl Pnaprnes. Jnena A. land .. daacrlhad aontalni
...... ., F. Pr.itori, tr. .. : ,j, =:::::, :,, :,L'A ft.lh. LoWs C "I .1" laaa
.loiNtT .111
Toong. ... L I Balford, IF **, ; OEIL..TItICa HOPCK nore ,
'.1 \ \ Thomaa,' Aiidraw'Thomaa Ftt,4.tlIl. .7. :
\r"1at t .
,iUCINCT: : IB rrlrill.. 't'.n. 1 Bewkethim, (Claudia M. "" ....... .7cm.. r. sun or 01.d..t'I OWNER BTl I THE Unknown hair.
)l1 1I1.. J;:;; ..tI. J:. R 4bAthim E. Adklna: Katharine U.Ammona turnar, Bill T. THi FLORIDA: .TATI davlaaaa ..1 n othar claim.aota .
'l'no; utn P. 1It".r.. too Jlubl1l. Thotnta.Smell, lutllli Hifan Ml* .Ammota, Lou\/tU 0. '_ vipkara, " -.NellieAnd.reot Vlrkara, 1Idrilturotafod. Wlpilhem "11.01Wtotdunnny ESTATETAKE
lest known ef ,
run Wilme A. rrj. aceRlrh '" r Ward." Joha LihertWard. '. place raaldanra\ Halan !.. Walla D.HiniKre Jean mainS W A. JosnitePRICIPICT and addraaa la
JHarth .
rallahan( Joaaph 0t.l.hatt Jta* Pantei"mild White. Wlllla l l C0Touitten& Androaky. Freak L.Arwlna bun: Alice MaeP11010417 VR J, MeOulra Alrforca Baaa.Naw NOTICE that a Paclara.lion : : IIBallaw of Taklni ha. baan filed Intba
J.Clevd. Rohart Jon.
( William ItanlaPRECINCT t unit P. r ......-.' ..d by the P..
raqulrad .u.
( ','u"" C. Jr. tatrart\ Jamaa A. i You ara hereby to flla
'Avlratt, Petty' A. Mala tltlonart tha authority
with the Clerk of tale Court
N. youranawar
Thompaon Marttralaher.
Conway. Malroy : 10 Birch Clao K. Ho iaC I.. ... E. of lhaaa tha tsalnl
Clouds C.Rhy % Rudy Lalla Adam John CAdama > to11.. Bill of Complaint procaadlnta
Pavla, :
rtvldBlounl Brown, Mary R.Hrown ef tha .. landa. for
Amalla "ft.3a.llo Harry Ruby R filad barain atalnat you In the :
( ( Mary O Whl|a, h. LaeWhirton Andre$ 1n"h'; B.Audri. Wlllla F.Brintlay. Pecker, Noun hi. Thomas clot,. antitltd e.u. on or bafora, tha purpoaa 50 l lbs Failtlon '
OMU Ruaaalt( Royal Nallla( 0.Nut Mark J. R.Brown. Becker, Ralph Js Buak' AI"." tee Mtk day ef M..h. At).. 0754 la this .. ... : A. narhtef
Avarv. Alien: Cobb 011..1.Bu.h. borrow oralnaiaaaaamanta
LonoeleeRnutae. Buah. way pita
Richard Bennett. Kddle : and .., .
ChrlitanaaiOnimhach A.. a upon
.... Bennett, Nathan a. William plaintiff
A. nttina-or.
Florence. N. WhIt, '.
.. (
lonnle a Brvtan, William Puah. .....,* HoadNo. Ill In Voluala .u"tv.
fiuaey tornay, whoaa addraaa taPO
'Irtimbteh. Bvlva* Wrlrht,, P. BvWycht Blocker. buns W. Butler Potoiky Ana Llm.nO. Carllala. Clauda Pthrusts Florida, and that the HonorariaHorace
; Obb,' Bn Florida.
E. ,. PaUind
:: :
Uhrtch.. Miriaret A. Oaorala *
j j' Wi
K. Brown, France E. Butler, William 3,. ...vI. J, T. Hobart t... intend Nawa la karaby D. Rlaila, ona of the
Uaa John 3ie. Rokart.FMICINCT. 'W' 1I.'IiI.urte. T EuieneClark Carllala Vlrlaa Judiaa of tka circuit Court I t.
.i| '
ieward. K.,. T1'''lindlaa Tttxutn.UIliel'tiuott'NurnaP ,' 'f' dancnatad aa tha nawapanrr Inwhlnk
: *
; : the Havanth Judicial' Circuit In
Butnar, Rove P. Cleveland .... lulv.r' Bourn t
) : tt I"n1.oJ., IAI' Biitnar, Wllllem D. 7'. Clark, Eulll C. Flackl: ; Pant V. Oo.rln., E..I.' M.. ',,' < .nr. 5 Una .akall ba publlakadwwai ""rld. will en February. !l<
house. I' Carlton, Ernait E Cooper ', Uoairina, Jalaaaau I ,,, HFRprnf "FATI. XOT'O'R\ AM. In th. HallfK
0 r'Oonlna. "
wr.nr5.. Chtrllt 7. .V 't' : : 1. : h.Ij. Flack* Floranca O.., ,., : ? APSCRAPI "A ('.."s tha ef lee
at eornar *
I : J = oJ. : t Ctrllon Frank! ('no4ter.<> Johnaon Cr. ., O-iall. PRrt (m\FE8 WILL
nCeflony, JrtllsMn1'antrsy. i' end Street and Rlvartlda Drlva,
: Carter, Donald I F.Carl.r. DarIen. lnmth" O. Me.ouo'r3.i\ I Haaatrnm, A B BE ENTER AlAINfT TOO FOR
Pharnh HO'ConnalL BOTonnalU Andrewe-'Mpeed. Halana. ,. 14. lie ....I"*, Phoebe 1.! Maryea/Rnkart t.. rlacatrnm, Carnie V. BfH FAILl'RETha In H.II. Hill. Flnrlria. eonald
: : Porothat Aiiraan, Robert LV ; \ Catudal, Adouilda f'tto IIn... Mildred Mall B said .< l.raln.'ti of Taklntt appointappralaari.
F. : : i ; Nalaon, Alton H.hobo. of thla cult li a bill
Th.lm E .tW. and make such Ordaraa
D. Coo, Dan*Id B. PI ion", John L. JrPunaon .. Tom W.nonlnaon Hallman. Joel E. ton. "" .
Phillip( Anthony Hiehr, William' H. Sr.Rerni. the Court d.. proper Alt
n Curler, Brtylhe J harl.a A.tupar. Ronald E Hartlx John L. WITNESS M* kand and val atPaLand
Phllllpi.(( Varla ., to. lha stilt and all psfllosintor.elod
Cuvler, rr.nkllR I. Jr. leite JMann Haywimd Cornrlla
fcadman, Curtlt( IIRedman. ... "."n... 19onis JoL Ptvla. bIer L. ,,,.* J.Kckanroda Ruth Smith, E Olenn Joann ABnence Har.......l.. Ira F. this llth Vnluala Icy ef 101nl."Florida. A.DI .., m.ranomenan 4 be.

((adman,. Curtis M Bill( !,hathPchaafar ('ballde. >rk. 'WIlli.J'IIt.CII".d"'k (. .. C. Port.. Myrtle L. O.r.I.. hoard, 1 th time and piece dealt.Rand

Podia Truman. A. : ., Hotrd W, Lloyd H JohnannMM JAbs MATMAP.A. ,
PInion. .. therm BarnardSrhaafar 11 (::lIft.: : it. Chd t.i.f. Latch; PetIt Lana !I1I'I..... Martha Lea Btetdmtn, Arthur L.Pteedman M...'1.11... Haial U f.,1 Circuit ('nlr You,. and tack of you, ers harab
('liflont, Ito.; Pont, Andrew H. trarotor. Ruth Thelma La. Mn lallan, N Hay ft.1. ". eommandad to appear by filing, a*
Anna Katharlna nincty I Kromt IC. fire.., Piety' Mnnrtla Yerm.r: Wealey.81J. Walton, Lewis :MrMl.k.n. Thomaa LImos: 'n"I. .rld. Anawar t.. the Patltlon haretofnre

A.roy. rtn,: nenro. hi. '.vo B. Floyd. Jtmea C. Jr. Manull. CkarlaaMantall. COICIAL RACHEL ANTtRLWCIloptty flIed I* this e.u. In tha .nllt..
-hoh, Harry Bar F. E.Hall. : S.hnoro.e o* "r hafora Marck 1 .
Ouetafinit. Laura <
... FJoranra
Knee MerleP't.urnier. CIIUr
BHIIa( Edna "' "in, 11....... tI.t'llIo. Royal U. .r." Joaeph PMICINCT. : 14Barn Jolnn: _. ,.vt..n 1.rl .. what till, Intareitor
dward: !J. r.14.21.2..I.
l .. Jamaa R Hall Vera B. John Robart Man you er any of you, have m
Wlllla MilTtYtor ftllk.. Rnh.rt C.Pontn raaqual **. Charle C,. tk ahova-daaerthad land.
Muon. LetrenreHennah. Monro*. Johnny NOTICE OF INTENTION TO *
Pisnoman Athvi .3' 1""ttent... JainKldme. Helen T.Htvea. Oallo av. HoydOaratklewlr Hum.. Klnaman n. Monroa:: : LolaMoora .nd show cau-a wky the sass
r. T. firadley, Henry Ui'arlton 110'11 should not ka takaa for the coos
Jim A. o M Frincl* J. ot' N." P.
farlnr." John Kldion.: Marvin C, i .nnln.. Eleanor M.Hl Untie, ::1, fomaUlkl( Edward: .J. .K.., Donald J(. !"I"j ..( < kok, Phylll* H. 0111. Hale r.1I1I1t.I. Cltfford, Florence A.. Mlldrad E. .' "ld $'. U,. undaraia-nad Petition, ( hcrfle.wo'YHReS .

ttthlll Cora MWlldora n Halrkl, Monty B.H.nal.y .". Hlckok: : Rtlph M. i Orn..*ChrlatlntHarrall Robert A. (Cllford Howard C.. PMmck Talmadia Da WIth wtl ., with tha C.rl nf the Wind and lbs P.
fabr. Dtlay Bill H Hohb '. .. C'ooper. SophiaKMrl.lte Potcy Achy Court l*> and VoluMeCeuuty of thIs ,' r. ibis JItk day
All. C, ot
I.Huia.lI. .
Marrallt C.Wilder. Pavld bill L. -
Henalry o.nevt c. V I IInhnann. HoafClar. KarlJohnaon. : PoweR Hunt w. Florida, upon of :
.. AVIIIIam( J. Ahlay (I. .e' '. Belt N. Patricia I S.Httrhioeon Foater, >ancy Leetlikbon Putk. McKlnlar tMir ef PMI..t" of .1. ., ..0 r. MATHAS
Wneaanar, Alma A Jemes w. Aridia K. ia-wlt nd. ;
Henry G.' R..., mileRosa. : at CO *
.... Charla F. Johnao Cherla. C. laraal. ArmindJackao .Vlctoe J.HArkett Clerk ef the Circuit I
"' ".1', tnh..n. Ruth T. Keener, Arnold O, nrabel. (Morn whIrl I ant vniaaad In kualaaaa C.r
Robert Lee and for ToluaU' ,
CViha A Voluala Flor. CO. Fld
""" 11: Keener Catkerin A.3.emh.vt HkoptaJamee H.' Intl.
* PRICINCT I KltniipanCkrla Jenaen, Ella: V, Hackett, Pevld P. .t the ndralad I* (SEAL) '
Harl.ti'Q. Bhopttw ROM H Ia .nl RACHEL, AXPREWi'T
Jokna. 0. H.Jtnbeoe .
Pttrlct F, .ma*, John hi.Mrl'bro Annll herb, Irene Perl "''mn... 'l'IIaa t. awnar of aald bitMnaaaMELEX > Clerk
iHma*. Durham L> t Pnla| .. "'''',... Shirleyi Harper. Metes ""' ".,. Wallace O. ( "I
l.blM. KlluketkJobneon
larnkart Lath 0.lanaon ( L. n.. Loa R. Hama, Port a EHodaon Tkerntnn. Kll.h H. County Lt LHE I
Joel A. RoUt Itlcbtrd F.lamonlatna C. : ::, Fey C. (Clalr E.Holland. Walk : ..
Sylvia Arnlye D. C
Joknao. Hild.jard A. Boa children win victims cf .
O.loatlck. MarkJiekeon.
laneon, Tyra> .
I Retrnrtid.3.lAPuent. 1IoIr..n.l.. Romheh t. Wenll, Tom I. b Florida. ,'
Eula, La* Ltmentaina, MrOrttk fiardnMiOrelk .. W. j Jnh.nsoejbe .. Opal N..loinleis. W. While. ?dureaaWhIte accidents! p tionla! (. and 900 of tires .
irokanahlra, flordolimkanahlre. rand J.1.unti.i'lenL Arthur
Mela M. John David
Mala T. Ann E.emon Mruiiarrlt. Xtt-na M Jordan! Belli D "Marti. Richard Cooper Wood. Elate' 1. thew proUbly W die, tayt BulldlncTtllahuM '
Irooka. Marlorla C hiatlhtnl.( lAune F.rneat C.Matruder Keaton, Mlnnl* Mitchell" John .. Wood .. .
Miiruaar, Kinship Jeaae .. .to. Alter Dr. Paul V. the Public .. Florida.Of
'ampbalL::: :: : Bart ht Martin. inrektlnn ,. Vlnttnl N. K la Rist. E.Kleindorfar MORA Alvin E.Salean C. lor the PoOitloo.'sF.14.21.it4fI
ampoalf( C. hartin( Henry F. Marlin Pranre* 1. .. won MtbalfmkMLrry JUr.L PONE AND: ORDERED I* epa* Health Service. .

torte,. .art T.'artar 5. '1. Mny. ;'ai., C'. :. Furrrldt-e. wieatinc this ITtk day *t ,.........",
Kara var A. MiIler\ ; ........ .. J?"" Peek fhirlmt A.D. IMi.Board.
i( Pruro. Paul W.
I''M''f Millar, Joeank C. Connt Commlal' .aar*.
; Eaotoni.K.there. l..iK Lemn.n.Lessee .. L,
II M.roopar. C. Rtv Mary A B.
Millar, Bilpk .. VeloM CouRtT, Florid
Floaale. Ka."I. eonar*. Mt.i* J. R ldlck.; Jolts
Popa, Burnett AV031:
Mill.r, Bulk U By H, M. .
> .. J, Hat-l Pop., Vivian U Mount Llllla I. ...... ( .'.''.11' "_IU Abraham'mall. ChalTM

evta. Mantll E ""...*. "' .....11. F.Pravitt Murphy, Maraarat IX Rli kard Cortn.
....u....... Wllll r>or >t laU Harkart c. Pravitt. neon.Rlchirdaoa C O1Ir.n.. Mec'y It, t .*, Certnid mlley' Vtllll 'toot
nil. Marr 41 Cinninie! ; H. !'evno.LoOeW. ukeT'Mtakl. 3. .mllh, Jove B. art J. .,.. DOILB ProspectingFor

;colony' Batty BlrhirdeoR. thlrlay( C, Povdu.Jnn.csePAllilpa Piaef. HlnukTiyloir Peonty Clerk ;
tcklay, Mar R. fluw.ll Minnie Bertha I. McCrlmmoa, CurrIes fI..I. R.dolnlt A. SEAL) :
Evana. M EuinaW'imam JI,..... Petit L. Poetle. fa' mala E. MrOut.... Patriot f.Martin n....... V..U."

> I O.'faMa VttM Mary A. Reader, Boor, T. Jr. toots* Tlvlor, Cosines RVi .
: .. N. H.,, tlamte E Reader, Lurt June Martin. Jrhu M. Akin, Barbara 3.Nsmhnldt. -
t407lCIFINAL '
llla Ptoutn, \arnan E. Srmyre Raaa, Ede-ard: J ......t... .Cor leyVllle. 14.1.. "I""

.Id.. rr..t't.lumm. 1Ii-; = Lawrence .B. Jr. ...... 1:1.: ._ W. "' ...tnl. B.Mllrkall '
) ... Rifkln, FditkRlfkln RuIned J.Mnrrl KnlTam'el'lamIret Marl .CTTl.EMtNT NOTICE

lum.... Varnonulton TtMm, .I....nAH. "*nr* E. *. TVnald' X. Wllaen, I..* An* IN (1 L'\T$ JCIKlEi. COtRTVOLfflA ,
Amy ('ne '1'.)..". W Ilium( H. 11_.. F W, )t,_ WilliamPdett COI NTT. FLORIDA
ulton John' Mllhaon.Alh.rtU '11'.11...., ...."nln.( D. 0. Slokee PNICINCT 11 RE..JIII"sW.Ut1'
'II'.llora. \\ Illlam( O. Jr. SuohC' 1'".,.,, Aanla Le* f.caae.d.

,ra". panl l..l F. Jr. w...... Harold F. nyd.r, I...... Pelt, jnanlta V, : Moor*. RoellR4 D, NOTtCB .la keraky sloe thai Gold!
flreh. Joeapk) "Waeyor, Unda B.Wuenn Bnvder, p... PeinIc'.7.Plus. '. )1-.*. 1\ Ilium r.Biae the .ed.rsl 51 *0.,
Orab ln* Alatandr* UWllaon. Proiniot.Jt.n.O: .eusls5 Trace 4\ Bses'.ro Ilok Canal. .1 fta"7.Pbooern. D.

(fraanflald, Fathar A. Frank ". ..ilffor*. Rickard U Pill: *. Wile* R. I nre! Manrtret I(. .......... key. .. lbs ink day .HFearuery.
f1r.anfl.ld rj-rew* H.inwood. StraVAuo..IhI. Price Joe.Ilsbees K. Pne: Steon, EdwardPiarr. AD. IH*. preeanld their
C1 K.ail. wMamlSMZearar:: Biulta. Porothy Jean ? Ma* M. MarIe '1'....* Final Aecwet .. such *iee.ter

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ftta 7 MUM C mOHOA) SUN WWI rWAY, MARCH, 19s.1
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News of News Briefs


From DeLeon

DeLeon Glenwood GLENWOOD Mrs Nick !:l.

Springs home kin of on Jacksonville Monday after left spending for her Mobile ParkDELEON Special Weekend Noted

the weekend! with Mrs. lode

Mr. and Mr*. 'w'*'" Holden
jamboree For
: supper Mr. Mrs. Buckles
trsiNca re not
GLE5YOOD: TU4U1 of Pittsburgh Pa. arrived Monday held In the park recreation hal ,
for a week' vacation at the Saturday
evening was mOlt
home of his mother' Mrs. Bess successful. The committee I II
Mrs charge worked diligently, the DELEON SPRINGS Us with them, and .the
Ada Fisher entered West spend -day
food was delicious, the crowd
Girl Scout DeLeon V'olusln Memorial Hospital Wednesday weekend! turned out to be i a guests Sunday were their son
cam with
PersonalsDELEON healthy appetites and
I Springs Feb. X. Her daughter, went satisfied. pretty special one for Mr. and and daughter Clifford and

Mrs Carl Overstreet from Ft. I Red away and while checkered do!, Mrs Joe Buckles' as, entirelyunpllnnl'd. Hazel l Buckle and children Joey,
Leonard either saw' or Gene and ,
Wood. Mo. arrived they Ginger from Palatka.
and red candles In brown
Event Told Wednesday morning tn spend heard from every one of their During the weekend' a long
SPRINGS Mrs I Mr, and Mrs. Bill dements were day to return to his home In I some time with her mother bottles were used In decoratingthe seven children.Their letter was received from their
Faye Bitch Mrs Ruth Bitch I| In Pomona Park Saturday eve Trumansburg. N. Y. after having tables, and supper wanserved
Mr. and Mrs Gene Fraser' of son Howard of Palatka. daughter Ruth Tuttle who lives
and her daughter Geneva' and I, ping visiting at the home of Mr. I been here for a visit with bis Mitchell S.D. arrived at the i by candlelight. stopped by Friday morning as hit In Natchez. Miss. a Sunday
Mrs Charles Dreggors spent the and Mrs. S. W. Pinner. brother and Illtl'r-lnl.w.' Bob Women serving on the commit
SPRINGS home attend
in the of Mr. and Mrs Raymon was en route to Orlando to evening phone call from thcli son
lovely day shopping together in Daytona En route home they stopped In and Nltn McCargo. On Sunday. lee In charge were! Mrs.. William
setting of the Glenwood I NoHhamer Wednesday Mr. a business meeting' and then pn Leon who lives' In Palstka. '.nd
Cemetery, DcLeoa Springs Girl Beach Saturday On Sun Barberville to call on the Dolan he and Nlta, Mrs Morris Brack Fraser Is the brother of the Sprecker, Mrs Wallace Dries route home In the afternoon lie of course they saw Grand
Scout 815 day, accompanied by Brenda Barnes family. tit and Miss Florence Berry were tier, Mrs... Nichols Drlacoll and
Troop held a Scouts Northerner' ann-in law. They stopped again<< and stayed to have Grout the daughter who live
Own Tuesday afternoon. An Dreggotti' all of them except Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nelson, visitors at WeeK! Wachee visited In Louisiana enrouta and Mrs. Charlie Williams supper with them. here and so la a frequent visitor.Firefighters .
Own 1 I. n program of the Scouts Mrs. Dreggors visited! I'I'I.Uv"In of Detroit, Mich., have arrived Springs will stay here several days Guests of Mr. Peter Kager Their daughter Edna Baker
own choosing in selecting a New Smyrna Beach for the for their usual winter visit with Mr. and Mn. Ray' Chase of i before returning home. were Miss Betty Hagaman and and her husband David 01

them and then having each day.Frank I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson. The Orlando, were' at the McCargo Mr. and Mil. R A. ,Brown I, Mr. William nf De Orlando slopped to call Saturday
troop member participate by and Gall Martin were' I two men are brothers. !home for the day Monday accompanied were In Miami from Friday Land. Mrs Edith Mlrtwwxt hadas morning on their way to Palatkato ;,
here' over last weekend' with her Mr. by friends Mr. and her Mrs
presenting, under Individual and Mrs Leonard Glover until Monday to see her brother guests Cherry ..It.nlthe\ funeral of an aunt .
I headings, Information relevant parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. came home Sunday night after Mrs Kirk Mower, who are spending who is a patient in Mercy Hoa Schoer, bin Elect Downyand of David.
to scouting and what it meansto Drury and her brother Kenny. being In Miami for a weekend the winter In Davenport petal Mrs Marl Carter, all of Another daughter Florence Attend Meet
them. Mrs. Fred Secklnger. her visit with ,law AMS.') James Daytona Park Estates.
their son In and F. Matthews Is Mr, and Mr*. Harold Burn of Adams her husband Reese and
The theme selected for Tuesday daughter! Winifred. Mrs Mickey daughter Mr. and Mrs. A Rzaca on a 30-day leave and he has arrived Syracuse. N.Y. stopped st the MOMKS S.HOHNAfler their son Richard of Daytona

was "Loyalty and My Coun Moore, her daughters Terri and and children Patricia. Jacqueline from Oak Harbor Wash Mans last Friday. Mr. Burns supper movlea entitled/ Beach spent Saturday afternoon
try" Individual headings were Debbie and Mrs. Albert Taylor and Bonny to Join his wife Millie and their Is a retired construction engt "Come to Texas" and "Highroadto DELEON SPRINGS Chris

'The American Flag", "The and her son John. Albert went Friends were: Interested' In children Sharon and James seer of the Sohay Process Company Y pmllw" were shown by Sorensen! Clyde Crlbbs Junes

Great Seal of the United away together for a weekend' I I learning that Beulah KlrchotMedders Rhett at the home of her par. of Solvay N.Y. They wen' Richard Schuler, UPW GroupStuo'CS Hunter end Fire Chief RalrHPhtlpott '
States". "The Statue of Liber- vIsU with relatives! In Georgia.Mrs. .end her husband Ernest enta'Mr.' and Mrs. Ernest Sel- enroute to Riviera\ Beach to Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Payne and represented the resulsf I

ty", "The Girl Scout Pin", "A Secklnger and Winifred visited who had been Atlanta,.Gn. residents bold.Gene vacation with fends their daughter 1.111or Endlcott firemen of the' DeLeon Swings

Girl Scout I. Loyal". her mother' Mrs Joe Min are now living In Baxley Welch will arrive thlt Mr. Grstton Pat) Manly of N.Y. who for seenears have Meet\ I Volunteer Firemen An.< ati|.> >,
Girls participating were Deb chew' In Naylor and the others Ga. Since Mr. Meddc-rs retirement weekend to Join his wife and DeLeon Manor Is In West Volu spent' a time here earn winter, and Art Holmes and rn bie Dreggors. Cathy Slglln. Connie were guests of Mrs. Taylor'a some months ago they have their children Theresa and Rich. sla Hospital have arrived and will be at the the foible ForeitSenlce

Smith Margaret Keith and ton and Mrs. Moore's broth..r.Hoyt been making their home with ard. The family moved here' from Mrs Helene Hayes of Elmira: park for a mnhih. In GlcmvoodGLENWOOD I at the meeting of the

Roberta Schoonover Mosley and his wife in Beulah's father in Baxlev.' Moultrle Gn. last weekend but N.Y. Is the hnuseguest of Mr Dr. Taylor Compton and end 1 Volusla County Fin-men' A*>

Present with them were their Nashville.Mr. Sympathy is extended to Annie Gene returned to that city to and Mrs Burton Nelson Mrs Schuler hud an,, enjoyable fishing soclatton held lat Friday evs-
leaders, Mrs. David Drury and and Mrs J. H. Bryan wentto Lee Sapp In the death of her work for this week Mrs. Welch Hayes Is enroute home from an trip together and came horn An Interesting sing In Port Oiangr.

Mn. Paul Dreggor and two Ormond Beach Saturday afternoon mother, Mrs. Anna Hahn of went to work Monday at Florida extended trip to California and with a nice string of roe shad program under the leadership of A ham supper with snUJi,
mothers Mn. W. Homer Smith to bring Rode Adklns Jacksonville Mrs. Hahn named Transformer. For the present! Mexico Mrs. Thomas Kane, her son the' chairman, Mn, John Kelly' bread. and drink had been pee.pared .

and Mrs. Raymond Keith. home upon her dismissal from away Sunday morning following they are with Gene's parents Mr and Mr*. Edwin H. H.*. John and daughter Judy of entitled "Spanish Americans- for all In attendance

the Ormond Beach Hospital a lenfthy Ulnexs. The funeral Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch. kiss of Endlcott, N.Y. who an Gainesville, visited at the park I Hen and Then" was a highlight In addition \to routine business,

where she was a patient for a was Monday afternoon In the Mildred Braddlck, Evelyn living In tile Alfred Johnson cot. one day last week and when they to the March. meeting of the several film wen shown,, .Including .

School News week following minor surgery Methodist Church In GUm re. Rush, Florence Rossow Maori tag left Tuesday for a tour of went home her, United Presbyterian Women on one on mouth.t mouth

Joe and Kate Baptiste left Sat. Annie Lee and her husband Smith deo Atkins and Planet the state visiting relatives and Mrs Gladys Kane went with Wednesday. resuscitation. one of a thread

Is urday to return to their home In C. V. were Joined In Jacksonville DeMay spent the day together Mends In Bartow, Pompano them. Gladys had bl'Pn1.111"\ Member participating In the house fin In Daytona BeaCflJ

ReportedDELEON Rome' N. Y. after having been Monday by C. W.'s mother Mrs. Monday shopping In Oilando. Beach, Largo and Dunellon. at the park for several weeks program wen. Mr. Oscar Oeth and one on fireflghtlng In. the

here for two weeks! visiting\ Lester Curtis Sanp who went to be with Mr, and Mrs. Glen Parker ol Mr. and bps llughl W and from Gainesville she will loin LeRoy Young Mn Ray United Slates.Crash .

SPRINGS Pupils and Edith Latham. While them and attend the funeral. Frankton Ind. have arrived to Mcgcrell spent a weekend' St, return to her home In Lai.go.Mr. "Bennett Mn. John Kelly Mn.
VISIT FAIR spend a number of weeks In our and Mrs. Hairy Armstrong Dorothy Perry, Mrs Ruth
ef our school who entered posters here they attended the races at Petersburg recently wlsltlng Mr.
In those from community and while here' will and Mr have moved from the Excel) Mn. Viola Stouffer Mn. Victim
the contest which was a part the International Speedway In Among our community Bradley Perkins and
of the publicity campaign for the Daytona Beach on two occasions. who were visitors at the be in one of the apartments at former friends from Rome N.Y. pak to the Sha De.Land Trailer Alfred Johnson Mrs. R. A.

March 1 Sabin Oral Sunday were' Mr. and Mrs. C C. Cook of Central Florida Exposition In Orlando the home of Laura Lucius. The Rev, and, Mrs Edgar Park at 1100 S. Boulevard In De Brown Miss Clara Chase, and Once Lived
Mr. and Mri. Harold Iii
David Blackwelder' fifth grade Miles Iowa were guests at the were Mr. and Mrs. Hoyett their Lundyand Shaw of Chautauqu. N.Y., wen Land. Mn. Lewis Wright.
I and Linda Yelvlngton Karen Lathsm home for several! days |I I Ingle their son Kurt. Mr and Ft. Pierce sons will Eddie arrive and sometime Bob of Monday vlslton st the home of In addition to her other activities Mn. Elmer lead tile group In

I Hayman and Eugene Keller! and have gone on to the southern Mrs Donald Mslmborg. their this weekend and they will behl"r. The Rev. and Mn. Ralph E. Mis. Albert Ray his been devotloni.Refreshments. DeLcon Area
sixth ade.L part of the state to be visitorsat I children! Linda Jeffrey and Ray. for week Gould enrout to dermont for busy with the restoration of a with a St. Patrick
.... .. a vt.ltlnllli. parents
3.1 Day' them wen served! by
n an extended doll.
Under Stetson umvcniiy points of Interest. mood Mrs. John Giovanni, her the Rev and Mrs Cecil stay year-old Shirley Temple
Teacher Intern' Program Nancy Edith's sisters.' Mrs. Ada Dean daughter Kim Mr. and Mrs. Lundy at the Baptist A, Mrs. Ruth Eherhardt ef Newark Shirley now has two outfits one Circle V under the chairmanshipof DELEON SPRINGS A clipping

C. Brook, a resident In DeLeon of CclrtI.n;N. Y. and Mrs. Mary Wester Brantnn their ,daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth pmtortum Ashton, Valley, N.Y. I. a houseguest a blue Dowered and the other a Mn. Hughle Megereil.The received by friends here

Villa Is teaching' under' Mn. i Pebbles, of Lowvtlle, N. Y arrived Sandra and son Sammy Danny who had been touring Florida of Mn. Grant Olver for several green princess stle. The doll April meeting will be a reads as follows: "Richard
Hughes Karin Olson and days. belongs to Mrs. M. Carl: Fatter- program by Mrs. Dorothy' Perryat Totter son 01 )fr.. Rosa Yoderof
Agnes Lee, first grade and Linda Monday night for a visit Mrs and were returning to their horn
L. Youngerman of Chatham, and overnight guests last night Lamar Carter and her children In Anderson Ind. stopped to Mr and Mrs. Elhert Co an son of Rochester Minn who la) which time she win\ show her Lapnrt, Ind., ws* one ef the

N.J., Is teaching' under Mn. ; were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melsler Debbie.' Gall and Alton. call on Jack Johnston.The spending a few day la St the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. color slide of Europe: passengers 01 the 111 fated Eau

Clenna Chandler' second grade. who stopped! over en routeto Friends will he Interested! to Ashtona are friends of i Petersburg Wallace Drlesner, and It will be em Air Line four-engine ,,jet.
Two new pupils entering their home In Carthage N. Y. know' that Richard and Chy Jack's son Mr. John Johnston Mn. Glenn Ford and Mrs. Wll presented to her as a surprise carrying passengers from Mexico.
classes Tuesday were Susaa from Cocoa' Beach where they ret Dreggors and their wa who lives in Andersen:' .. llam Anderson of Esdlcott, N.Y when her parent visit bar la Susan Fieaer City to New York, which din.eppeared

Joy Peterson first grade and her. had bee visiting a son. Ricky are moving from Corpus Ll'NCBEON REPORT have been visiting Earl Barnes April. minutes after takg-off
Christ Texas Jacksonville. fnr several days and returned to NEW from a New Orleans stop and
sister Cynthia Ann fifth grade. VISITOR ARRIVEMr. BNTRNA't'Rri
Mildred Braddlck entertainedwith Is Honored-...
The girl an the daughters of and Mrs Clarence Wood- Richard arrived Saadaje "WM the: a luncheon at her bottle the home of Mn. Anderson'sdaughter )fr. and Mrl.'Rby Ar, &ItI.A., : Ire Crashed Lake' Pontrhartraln.
of his In.I Isw. Mr In Gainesville Tuesday, Mrs Mldwood graduated In (I from Lam
guest Edith via-\
Mr. and Mn. Ragnar T. Peterton were
ard. of Dixon Mo and Mrs. honoring Ann Wagner, of.'Lodl: School and
KMTR. Hlgli was employed
who moved to and Mrs. Bert Royal at ttieu HOME: (horn In New Smyrna RearS DELEON SPRINGS Ta rearbrace
our community
Arthur Smith of Norwich Kan., N. Y., who Is the house guest'
aa a reservatlnnlst clerk with
from St. The home near Baibervtlle until Mon Mr*. James Oakes who ha* Tuesday morning, At lunchtime her sixth birthday, Susan
came for a visit with Mr. Wood. of Mr. Frank Strong Others Eastern Air Lines.
He had beento
family 1 11 In residence In one of ard's and Mrs. Smith's sister day morning at which time he present with the three of them lieen visiting her daughter and they' Joined 20 more of the park Fleser, daughter of Mr. and Mn Mexico
the home' on the Ponce de Leon Mary Jane Fleser, her husband 'I came here and stayed to have for the occasion were Mabel family, Mr. and Mn. Claude residents at the Jones fish, Ralph "....r, had an ..ftll'llOOftpa City with other,airline
lunch with his parents! Mr. and junialus of Glendnra, Calif., for In employee 101'ar.tlllit ,1I1t.4
Spring property. Mr. Peterson Ralph and their children Susan Smith, Betty Curry Evelyn Camp Holly Hill where with rty Saturday.CamM .
I. employed with Bob'* Radio Gerald and Karl Mrs. Clarence Dreggors and sister Rush Florence Bassos and the past six weeks returned all U hungry, four bushels ef were played and the his planned return to"enter service upon
Mrs Ruth Sorensen and her home Friday. oysters were consumed as "Old\ children dad good time makIng .
and TV Service'In This was their first time In Hazel DeMay.! a
son Kevin before going to Jack The Rev and Mrs Ralph E. Sol" smiled down to make Mn. Yoder and Richard and
Florida'and Mr. and Mrs Charles E. Pratt a their! own party hats. At retreihmeat -
they thoroughly enloyed Ills
slater Rnsslee
sonville. He will return here this Gould and Mrs. Ruth Excel an formerresidents
accompanied perfect "FUorlda" day and add .
It. During the 12 days thathey Jr., their daughter Elizabeth and time, Ire cream wa* at DeLeon
1,239 Attend evening and accompanied by son William left Wednesday! by their guests, Mr. to the enjoyablllty of the occa served with the birthday cake Sprigs
: were here they went on outngs Heights and then .
Mr. aad Mrs. Royal will go to and Mrs. Grant Rlvenhurg of don With all there was a eM.friendship
content had
morning to return to their home was which here mad for the
to Springs St. Augur
Orlando to meet Chyrel and Maine N.Y. between him andRichard
drove to Cypress time of Informal' afternoon
In Southwlck, Mass. They had a ocrcslon by Mn. Harold Rlowen.
tine, Bok Tower St, Petersburg who from Garden Relbold made during
Sabin Ricky art arriving Sunday afternoon and
SundayDELEON been here for three weeks visitIng Nailing Decorated with Inscription
Tampa and Daytona Beach Corypus Christi by plane.On new the Passion Hay In LauWill" the time. They wen sot only
When dome later' the
his parents Mr. and Mr*. coming "lispsAlrrhday" the cake wa
After a between' season lay off Thursday of. last week! in the evening. neighbors In the Height, !but
Theodore Charles Pratt Sr., and brother Argnods and Mrs. Mldwnnd link lopped with six sari colored ran
SPRINGS Those Brawn Inc reopened Charles' and Ruth Carter and they were classmates st our
Roger D. Mead
David.Another. ofEnrUeolt. time to stop again U NewSmyrna .
receiving polio vaccine at our Monday for the Valencia pack- their son and daughter-ln law. dies.A school and they wen confirmed
N.Y accompanied byIrs. Reach N
son George Pratt and to visitors at variety nf favon add
school during Second Labia Sunday In* season Mr and Mrs Verne Carter wentto party together st the Lulhersa rhuwh
J, R. Allen hen
Mesin. Pst drove '
the Mill Ruins and Mlsiloa
finds Trscey Sugar ed to the fun.
which Mr. and Mrs. Harold Konpel In Plerson. 11..i.iI
numbered 1.239 wssan 1 Palatka to be present at the from Orlando Richard wan
Bill Danforth and Donald Hart Saturday Mn. which the attractions
are among Invited guest were Su..n'lbrntll..ra.
Increase of 200. and their son Phil and Mr. Kop.Jlf'1' dedication of Ute CI'OI..t.t. canal. Christmastime visiting at the1I"11III1s
who' were here while attendingthe Mead la the guest of Mr, Ray In \that city It was all oIlnlllr..ttll Gerald and Karl Sharon I
Mrs. Donald Malmhorg was In slater, Mrs. Elverda Hen- home.It .
race at the International Smith and Mn. Allen i* with them and more meaningwas McM. Mark and Keith
charge assisted by voJuntl'Prworkp" demon, have returned to their On Sunday they toured Cape on. was with regret that not
Speedway In Daytona Beach, returned cousin Mn. Dorothy Perry' added to the visit
ae they Whit and Eddie, Barbara and
tomes In Pitcairn, afterbeing dinner the
Mn. Raymond Keith, Pa. Kennedy and were guestsof only Selbold famllv. but
Sunday Mn. Mead and Mrs.Smith
to Souihwlck at the concision read the Inscription the Mission
.RN., Mn. BUll. P.. Beach Sr., here for a visit with )..fn.Kllpprl' the Rev and Mn. Russell I of the races.Jilt. drove to Daytona Beach ruin. The Mlsstat on Patrick Rrlggs.Mn. other friend mire learned of all
Mn. Louise Mctnnls Mn. parents) Mr. and Mrs.Frank Reed! and family In Cocoa. i was Blowers was present death. I
and Mrs. Watson to see their friend, )fn. A.
Mickey built for the Jorora Indiana .
by I ssslsted Mn. Fleser la caring
Thomas Crank, Mn. Kenneth WWII and other members Callers at tile Carter home I II
Coons of
had with them for a visit over Aurora N.Y. who re- the Spanish Francises friarsIn for the I
Jackson, ,Mn. Wesler' Branton, of the family Monday were' Mr. and Mrs. Jut weekend her mother, Mrs. turned with them for a few day If... It la presented aa a guests.Scanty
Mrs Anthony Chellar, .Mn. John Butterfleld.! son of Mrs. Parker fflsnd of Brookvllle, Md., George Keel and brother and visit. memorial of the 44 minion of Party Honors !

George ,While, 'Mn. Charles Margaret Butterfleld.! Is. among' who bad been touring Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mr. and Mn. Ernest: Ansley Spanish' florlda. Seen
Pratt, Mrs. Ana Bailey Mrs. the students at DeLand High and were on their way home. >>Keel and sons Pavle and Ram have a* !houseguests Mr. and
Eyalynn Bowie and Mr*. School who are taking advantage Verne! and his wife left yesterday say all from TaD.h.._. Mrs. Avery! Jenkln ef Water.tore Seventh Birthday Boy
Chris Sorensen. of the 1pl't'aII7A'd'M'ItlfIIII1\ to rerun to their homeIn D.vld.lld Bobbie Jean School N.Y. who are wintering Birthday \n\ Garden

Also Catherine M. Bridge, public training course at the Mary Karl BeltsviUe. Md., planning to ever and their son Sammy cams Englewond. Marked DtXCON: SPRINGS. -.Thre
health nurse, of Orsnt Cltv. Division of the ,Daytona Beach stop en route to visit friends ta from Pants Island I. C. to Mr. and Mn. Harry Harvey" of By PartyDELEON candle topped the cnke, Iced m

and Mn. Lena Lon,. R.M, Bill Junior College. North Carolina. spend last weekend' with their Niagara Fails N Y. wen weekend DELEON: STRINGS It., white tad decorated la blue and/
Rowe. pharmacist Ray Hester, Another of our residents who When Frank Rohrbach came respective parent, the durleaSchoonover. guests of Mr and Mrs SPRINGS A party lice, when, weary witk tile dally served with cookie and punch
and has enrolled In the Mary Karl home from Cocoa. where. he I It Saturday morning the home of hurrying, suddenly come
Jaycee representative Dr. and Mr. and Mr. Ernest Ansley you at the party give by Mr. and I IMrt.
Charles Tribble aH of DeLand.! Division In LI. Col. E. S. Sponen- employed to be with Mrs. Rohr. Robert Taylor. Mr, and Mn. August Abe. *. Mr. and bits hill Plnser celebrated upon something unexpected, that Leo Gulledg to celebraMh

A number of these workers burgh whit U attending mINt bach and their daughter Elizabeth Official visitors at the local drotk of Niagara Fad. N.Y. .the seventh birthday of wh.n time ls take to look at It, third birthday of their, son
hare served on all three Sable on Industrial electronics. over last weekend, his forestry station have beea Man left the borne ef his slater and their ana David. Afler a time ., lift pan out of H aO" and gives Danny, -
be I DoIHe Roach had granddaughter, Althea Hendrix, husband Mr fun while playing outdoor games, I time at restful pleu,,",.
Oral Sundays and they are ta with her over via Mills and J. D. Bland, both and Mn. Ernest During the parry time the clt* :
commended for their Interest last wl'PUndlln' ma Jamee. hl< came with aim. Her parents from tie district office In Ocsla. Ansley to Join hi:, and hire.Harry rffmhmeata of t.u. enokle lurk 11 I .the t.*. with theflown dren played Informally togetBee,
-.--.- wife Jean and t..1rJtm. ; ; Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hendrtx.\ her Coming II'! company with Mr Harvey la Riviera Beack. and punch were served' from stable garden ai the trailer InN with party hats cad beJJooa*

Judith and Jennifer' of Cross City sister! Creels and brother sent Mill was H.C. Peeples, assist' Miss Vera L Smith of Change overlaid with while and of Mildred Rra lck, Not verysrge adding\ to the fun.Yeung .
Garden Club They went home Sunday after came Saturday for an overnight! eat chief ef fin control who hi arrived Monday to spend a set la' pastel colors. The pretty tha' garden resembles I guest Present were

Kon.Mb. visit. They an returned to Cocoa from 1M stale office la TalJa- week with. Mr. Donald B. Skin birthday cake waa lead In while, nothing a* mock a* aa old- Inbyn Culledge, David

MadaM Owens came Sunday kaaaee.W decorated In pink and green, and fashioned .mixed. bouquet Kent and Theresa Fex. fnl
Meet Slated from Hotly Hill Sunday momng Mr. and Mrs. diaries Razzaoff have leaned that WaOar aer.Mn.. Dorothy Perry U study. was lopped with seven. vsrl-co AI first fiance, wily the ewer 1 and Theresa K
to be with .her parents. Mr. and their son Ready, of O'.lldRapld.l. Dares a ranger la the Tomokaarea. lag art la Daytona Beach oa red tl.... favors of party : .0 liveliness I It seen, and then, Tern W.r. .

G1D: WOOD The denwnod and Mrs Henry Owens and her MlrtL with ,her have arrived MM Inca who was Just recently dint' Monday and Thursday at Salt. hale were! given. III continuing\ look. then. ta Kay, and Bite. S"

Garden dub win meet Tuesday etrter Mrs. Manjey Flowers and visit Scott.DAVTOXA. paresis missed front the Halifax Hos- i man's Art Studio, Those esjoylng) tide happy wonder that see. email' plot\ ra Poesy Ilr Debbie Dambaugj
of Mra. Flowers small daughters and Louise petal la Dayton Beach after )(no Viva Fetter of Largo was time with David\ and We parents contain M muck. la Mown" anetualas cad
the home Mrs. Carey nIP
at Corey "kl T.yl
North Street ta DeLcoa Pamela *nd Celeste wh.. came Recite her being, a surgical pat set. la a. overnight guest at the some and her son Danny, his elder red styli! pepper, grandma
oa Mr Claude ant
Spring from'IMlle to spend the day CarYflall4 Mr. Charlie Hnater.accompanied again aoepHalUed after mdergolsg of Mr. end Mrs. WDliam A. Gage brother Sherman, and James painted daisies. ,... .. pink her, M. Bill lan-. ehm
The noontime dinner bntl'dM.cIaJva' more eurgery Tuesday bat week.MW and Margaret Garrettteaks marigold and verbena la addl- > CVrfl.GuUedg .
Members of Mr Dan Roche Mr.
please note change by r"' .
naming. Florence! Presto and and Jf'rrT.'iIIr and. Daaajrand fins, there. 23 ether vartethmef
meeting place due to ntoess ef Mrthdav, which was of DeLand. spent Saturday taDaytona an and Mr*. Ned Friewm
ffstardav and her father' birthday Beach.Sttatlon Wallace and his family are Mar lea Jon** wen weekend I DefcM Damhaegh. plant
Forrest Pair former resldeata. of ear comsmutty vlslton af Mr, and Mn. ( I ..
wMrii was }lwwt.v, Hugh : W. learned from'a neighbor
left Wedaee'
J. '
Burnett McCarg MatineeSlated
The speaker Miss b1d'c 11
and hi friend here wish W. .
$antTIIDA. W'il'D2H. MegereO.Mr. that MUdrnd tended the. garden lacing -
Hallowed, has arranged aatrrteneflnr bim aad eompleta re sad Mn. T. I. Cark Mr.
speedy ad f hard cold enme-
durtag our
Wlsfcea\ this, Drmth
faiformattve\ Birthday Unetpeeted'CWdWOOD AI
program week to Lien Sins- covery.Mrs. and Mrs Charm Metier, ..1IdMra. Ho*!llJ CircleCLtNwOOD' tune* getting'nut la the mMrfla of RUlcb .
on the subject! ef btnla. r Thomas darence' DreafItI and Mavis Vlaesnt
day to Jane McDnmald. dae Word was cam fromtaytona a* sight" to cover K *1'. We can
ingle act her sosi Kurt .. DfXCON SPRING At, Im.
VMax Death
Thursday to The member assure hr list her rn I* ow
received ben by Miss
I * Wednesday saofptof UDaylena have dtaaer with Mr sad. Mrs. Sunday the alas Iprinfi
Guest Entertained | KOy> Daay and Jack Johanna, Valentine ef the aaexpoctod spent Beaca.Mi WIllIaM A. ef Circle V of the farted Pray reaping M.| vtdadt .la pleasure Assocjarwi

]In Smith Moadav: ta Curd Roche. CeraLee death en feb. & of Miss Isabella *. Levlee Mclaais aid. UlMKtrtMrt Mr aad Mn.Cage.Otis ECU af La. bytertaa by'taelr Wemei.leader were Mrs enterUlaed melved. .......- i will V.hatt J' af fte
By fifteen and Rata Speter, Skew eC znae. vW.. Ohio.Mlaa I
Hclaal came
Y. were hiackeoa guests attke scheduled racing
HwgW Megorefl l last frtdeyafterMea.
Tatedayj to Basle Lea Brash wO be I Circle Set MeetDELEOFd ..
Red remenv after having teas ks) HugUe MefereB borne ... I lain at Spring Grades
GLENWOOD Mrs. Kay lante. Angela Parvls and Used herd here as the iMgttme Feraaadiaa Beech slace Folder. a>jr, For those who maybe did
Smltk entertained Moaday sic Darward. Wednesday .. Rita friend ef die laic Mr, and Mrs. vtetflag Mr. sad Mrs. dtMor*] Mr aid Mn. Erse WAlte'efHans. by A. the dessert hostess morse" after was which served ihTroup : ) mUNCJ< The see the some ef the .

hMdMNia lor her guest. Mn. Ross sad Winston Drvry. Freak Rowes aad Wtowtsg hits Mrlaai and taeitM5. Jay. N. Y. arrived today. to the social \haw Amaryllis' Circle fit the. DeL-) the tdmlssloa price f. ,
Roger D. Mead of EadVott.; M Y. Thursday: '''Mettle Aflred had Boom's bath she served. u Mr They were ,joined. IW<. fcUBrv utah Mr. aad ..... Ifaght, W.MrgcreU Inc[ the planned sent U.P.W meeting.IV Springs Cardea Club. will meet hlldrea admitted
Those who were there bestdee Pamela Flowers, Friday.Congratulations Doosen'C. leaw.kep.coe as day bf Mr. sad Mrs. BU Melaala > alii Sunday.Mr. el at 2 'm. Monday *l the. bend The ta 1 where a h

the honored guest were Un. la WU Caseman e >ed d period, and their alaagMer Jadtifc red Mn. Heavy L I remainder an lheafternoonWM of Mi*. Jofea fMcher' Cavnnst.eese sty af ..1 br. available, will

Wham E. Lee and Mr*. FrankOlver I and Debbie Dregggrs. wtaaer Mtae Deflate pesced away at of TtassvtD*, wtt. waysd e.ernight .- af Der sblr.. K. Y. --spent vtattiag.Jan. wffl l be Mrs. Lash WB o* open I a nn. Z

ef Palatka. Mrs. J R. and wnaervprespectively. n.. hoiiM af her stater Mr*. J. brtore slag a* to AOaala, ta* borne ef hits Dorothy tu..1 la Ormoad Beech sad Mr*. Joka Hnpkla*. _
AOea. Mrs. FV si* Oliver Mm.Mabel I la the speflinf contest' at see j i D. Headrtrk. KftUsvffle. c. when they. via M \aa rest,. ry Moaday. They were Mrs. Heiea CeranM celebrated The Dogwood Circle. win meet Now You Know

Condon Mrs. A. Knees actml sad so repreeenttag the 1 La.. wVre eke .had bee for I deaca for tile next two t* Homestead where they a birthday last week. WednewUy 'at the home of Mr.

and Mn. Jamey Oske sctaml In me anneal Sun News nine day cartag for her sister I Ea: route .. Fsnaadlaa' Reach spend several weeks before returning Mir Alms Van Cleef spent Vtnla SMuffer bs fVLeoa Manor se t.tSN ".,. .. ..
la tk* aneranna the grasp spelling .be which was aa .... Hlawlag 1W'prJ. See antlered a Bus aad kit faruly sinpped .here .her. Friday and Saturday ta 7aUehass '"f GVw nd. Memhen an asked Every t'l. about .mittloa j

e&W..tM Burton Nelson. II of Tnesday erenlnf .1 heart attack... passed away : to taD M kla gra4fara" Mr Mn. James K HcGaOia spent as a memner ef me floe to rte that' the meeting toscbeoNilMl Americans a c1. I
and the Spencer aid Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Bffl rimer. before. a doctor could react bat I L H. lea::. sad Mm On Lee Saturday cad Sunday last week i I Via EdueatMa AseoHatln" fresastoaal > \ ftnr tm.. .Instead' rnkwlsg..' ..

faUXlSIslnV sees. laerraaa sad David .. Surtal.. la ZaaesvOa, Older I n nn. with- her mother, Un. Floral ( Practice CoounUatoa. 111M...... a'ciock hour, T.n e.America,

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West Volusia Church News w

I Healing Of Blind Man Teaches Lesson For Today I


Piersbn The evening services will beat Parbcrville choir practice at t:IS p.m. .

7:30.: Mr. Carter win use U Men, women and children are By EARL L. DOIT.LAMMindness : church" W* are spiritually Mind I So are Baby" Imagining andean answer and guide.

FIRST his topic "The Mystery of Invited t to bring a picnic lunch II an affliction the If w* believe that indulgent and I conversation.We Let ui not pal too harsh 'Judgment

B.U"l18TTht Christ" taken from Colossians BAPTIST CKTRCHThe to be eaten at the church at 1 enormity of which only those etsual pleasures will give a* can say without exaggeration on the ancient Th* manifold .

Rev Alton Stephens, tutor '::3. 11 a M. sermon topic fit p.m. Bring tool to be used In who\ have had sight and lost it happinets We are spirituallyblind that our age to In age of patterns of life change little

of the Flrit Baptist Church Midweek prayer service at the Rev. Danny Theme at the cleaning up ground and build. can appreciate. In our Lord' if In any way w* compromise spiritual blindness. Everything with the passing centuries Jesus

wW have change of the Sunday 7dO pm The discussion! topic Barberville Baptist Church Sunday hI,. A recreation period will day it was a common' affliction the truth or are dishonest indicate that we are experiencing Christ heated a blind man two-

worship services at 11 a.m. will be "Decision Making In will be "Put On the Whole fallow.Ther. especially in that part of the either In great things or a profound moral depression thousand years ago He can heal

There will be Sunday school Our Personal Life," Armor of Cod" were about 30 persona world we now call the Near small. We are spiritually blind Crime is Increasing at an the Mind today. And hi does this

classes. for children and adults Some of the members of the The Sunday school classes out to enjoy the family night East. For here a combination if w* try to be revenged on certain I alarming rate' JuvenBe delta- because<< he as he declared htm-

under the supervision of school Women's Society of Christian will meet at 10 a m. In the dinner and meeting that followed ot circumstances unsanitary people whom we believe quincy is a blot on our civilization. self to be. .to the Light of the

superintendent Delmar Harper Service attended a district retreat church auditorium lor opening WedneMlay conditions, heat brightness alI have injured us. Jealousy .to a Blind eyes and Mind souls World. And surely the thing this

and will convene at (:.45 a.m.Mri "A Day Apart" at the d..votlonal.4'lth David Cox CONGREGATIONALThe I I the sun's lays, appear' to ag- form of spiritual bllndnet Soar I can never lead us through these bewildered world of ours need

Janet James wW be at Welatka Methodist Church school superintendent in charge Rev. Paul H. Graeser's 11''I, grevate the tendency to blindness avarice and covetousness perilous time Christ to our only i to more light
the piano to play the opening Mrs. Barbara Cox will play
Thursday a m. sermon topic at the First which anyone might have.
prelude and also for the morning for both the moraine and the I. ,IIv
Mrs. Pearl! Carter attended a Congrtgstional Church of Lake Even today one seel the blind

hymns. minister wife's luncheon Fridayat evening song services Helen United Church of Christ beggars everywhere. Two-thousand

Tie Baptist Training Union the Enterprise Methodist The Bible hour will be conducted will be "Songs in the Night years ago before there was I II I

will meet. at (:.30 pm. In the Church. Afterwards the group by Jim Cox. The annual "One Great Hour of any medical answer to life's l l"Sl Uoutiia Church JuireclonifttLANO

church annex with Willie Ath- enjoyed a tour of the Methodist At 7 p.m. Wednesday prayer Sharing," will be observed at many physical and mental

craft director Children's home In Enterprise.Glemvood service will be on the continueatlon this Sunday' service. scourges the number of blind

The slngipirstlon at 7 p.m., of the Book of Job. Mrs. Harry Hanseom will be people and the hopelessness of

tinder the direction of Bobby Mrs Herbert Peterson win at the organ to accompany the their condition was undoubtedly JIWIIH etNTIM I IA' WISTMINITIM UNITeDeeieevTlaAN tlVINTM CAV AftVflMTIITHI '
*. Nm V.Pk A 4.. ass MID *t U.I A.II. Norm PrlnMcrt. Av*.
Robert., long director will proceed give the alter flowers for the choir and the congregational even greater and won than to AvlH, PrniMMStrrUM I *v, ,. e>.nklln' N.M..,,, Cl.*r R. ... M........ "'''I.'.',
the evening services. services Sunday (March I) at singing, and to offer a program day. trim,. I *.m.PAITM 1M1 W. New Y.rH, Avt.At esut.5. 'n 401. HUItl.M.
Bible Study and prayer meeting At the 11 s.m. service In the the Barberville Church.PENTECOSTAL Of organ solos. SIGHTLESS EYES LUTMIMAM Witnklp .C'.rrtc'..rI"10:15) .... I in *.m.Rlhkltk .

will be Wednesday at 7:30: Glenwood Community Church HOLINESS Sunday achool with classes for Jesus, In his ministry encountered lOt '. Mntriviiiii" Av. Bun4r Sole I II am.WttHH Vltnnl.. 10;41 1 m. A
50... CkMl I. JseN..>. PtlfeeSnl aver MxUBS. Tut. I.SI t m.
blind The
,.m. United Presbyterian Church children of all ages, under' the a man. disciple .
Sunday morning Worship service <>, select| I.!. ..mMornln '
The Girls Auxiliary met with US.A., the pastor the Rev at the BarbervUl Pentecostal supervision of Mis. Arnold were Interested in this men as a Wer.h10. 1.1* ua mac CMlIIC.eD

Mrs. Alton Stephens and Mrs. James B. McGsJfln has chosenas Holiness Church will be Monell will convene at t.4S: a.m. "study." It was assumed that It Ral'SIT I a, Ktntutky, ea.t.e 5.ute I. .. Truck Rent

Willie! Aibcraft Monday after- his sermon topic for this brought by the Rev DeWitt Pta- and the adult Bible study group One had an affliction of any sortIt pins t., eNUIIIC'.. suwe/er ooLirtMr Su d.7 Srnsol, I It t ...'T C. MINNm Wl155Int.s:
with Mrs. A. Y. Power was because someone had sin .. ..._ ".Mll.. Wsrvhtp'' 11 t m. Wnnhl* atrvte. 11 AmrvknIIM1 .
icon In the church educational Lenten Sunday 'The Washing of ClOCk at 11.Sunday a* the M r BnnMlliti* semi,*. I::30 p m.r .
,. .
rrle ..
ned. '"Master asked his dlaciples. -milif Most t* i.m. Sviliy ** 1.30 f
room. Hands. school I will meet it 10 leader will meet at 10 *m. Werv.ip || a m. 14 till eat .nllKl, .kt. wed.. ':It .,.. era,.r matt (Tui) T M 0 a

Mrs. E. A. Davis milled by Mrs Ruth Excel, organist a.m with classes for all a"croUp' Monday March 9, there will "h did sin this manor MNeMa/. ,... ca CALVARY BA:;Tirr cousIN r.rt, m.i,. t:it pm.ALL .
Mn. Roberts' met with be trustees' his parents, that h* is born .M tM Ml.hll' .. Are
a 7 t
Virginia will for the "The meeting at
play prelude: Mrs Paul Buckles is p.m. .
blind Jesus answered Neither MIMITIVt, eA'TtsT eMulIICM Tk* R... L,li> A. Calls, (
the Sunbeams also In the Masters Garden" by Landon the school superintendent add the church council win meet I N, Slv' ,. ass Plxm.u for their at I hath this man sinned nor iliAparl'ntl lids' J. D. JlhnMilKIM 11 W.raIA mnMp es. pal', CeaCaim' w, ley
church annex meeting.The and "Serenade" by TIU. The Pianists will be Mrs. Annie p.m. s r
I 0.... M h nn Suid., I.C.
; but that the work of StiHT. I* > .mMtnlitt I ** n. 'ell,1
next meeting for both offertory will ha "Lenten Med Del Welch and Mri. Nancy Warreiiiford. The Women Fellowship will God should be mad manifest In Wenm'., 11-M 5 ... T II ae..l.f' WrsCIp .... ..... Melt' Dare I. ausaure/
groups will be March 16 In the itation" by Mumma and the meet at the church for a Rvtnlnf' Wurthl', t it m. WMMMtr t,SI p m. ltl-wk
" luncheon at 12:30 him. Then sine the people fr r.. Malls(. WH, t.I* f.M.T award aid Clear. FnMIe PILORIM' COMMUNITY
church educational room. postlude "PMtludlum" by Nord- The Life Liners will meet at : believed that the saliva of a Oran.. City Millt
Mr. Stephens has announcedthat man. 6:30 for its Bible' Study p.m. Thuriday. Mrs Robert 'INITV"SB"TMODISTN. ems, CHUii' HClP CHRIST WyM ". slat., Mimt*,
pm. man blessed ol God had healing Clart at WiM m>* seiiNTiiTus Manor 1. .
has Burns of DeLand: will be the '" 1 :IILAKI
choir been
the adult reorganized The chancel choir under the hour with Chlqulta Slmml 1. curl AV*.
pres power Jesus "spat on the Alff*, '. VtusHt II..ttllflSlT .
with Bobby Roberts leadership of Leon C. Stirkey !ident. speaker at the meeting that will IrNMl. I.41 a.* .,... R.rla at II La.a.dsr LAII IL--M'T"'O'- '! I'"
I follow. Mrs. Burns will show ground and made clay of the Mamtnf wr hl S.41 mnt II.lunftit art...I at 11 ...>. The R.v wnby P. Pink' P.tsRsd
and Mrs. |"
U director Janet will "Like As A Father" .
sing by At 7 t>.m., the Weekly Bible spittle and anointed the eyEs of ,rtlliwiM tor AIu'e. w,4.Mu, Ir.155 **ti ? Pnln.l It Oat.Praehise. .
James as pianistPRLBTTIVE Martin. some ot the items she has I ..4 Is.hl, ..I"' .iilM if, II a ....
Out will meet. This will be followed the blind man with. the clay and Tntk. T p m l..rt.tI., kwUn I.04In4l
in lnie
her *
gathered travel and her i wisest. 5.raN W4. t II .
Bible school classes 'Dar all
by the Sunday night worship subject will be, "Travel In faraway said unto him Go wash In the .f Room *t 111 W. IMItit' MIMORIAL\ tArrttTLk :
Sunday March 13 at 1030: ages wW meet at 10 am, with service with Mr. Peacock Places" Men" pool of Slloam (which 1 I. by Interpretation 5APTI5" 1.10 At*.. *BS. VMMus I &.m, H."*.
as well m.KlMAOOM
am.. The Elder Van Lightly of the youth group in Fellowship presenting the spiritual menage.Th women are invited to for as Sent He went his W. "Mliimitt ,4 ..flu* airtftor Paul Sroset WrtKH I.41 Jr..t M.WmhlB ltrJnniliT .

Olcechobe will have charge of Hall and the adults In the sanctuary midweek prayer service lunch. and stay for the come program way therefore and washed, andcamt .".:::. Ms.+unite.,, :'c pester s m Jr" 5.Mee, It' *'!'. t>4f

the morning services at the Primitive The Rev. Ralph E. Gould will meet at 7.30: p.m. in the seeing"There ........,... wenht' "Ilt and II A1TIENDcmii :l:ln:"mTr I'kln* I I*
Baptist Church. la the teacher of the adult class. church auditorium and will be should of course, hAve "." h.Isi' "'fill. Itll. ..M.
,....,... Wnhlt" 1 *l
The church conference will This group, Is Increasing each followed by the choir practicewith Orange City been much rejoicing over this Pre,. VMflDc, Red T-51 ,.m.rwtNKLIN rise OS4. ATIONALLk '

fellow the regular service and week. W. J. Ward choir director. miracle There was on the part Pllll. OrMMr* Htln, R
this will be followed by dinneron The Confirmation data meets METHODIST CHURCH of the man himself, and no doubt eLectOT, CNAPSL MII4MT' : iI.jAr.l'M'tIlCM

the grounds at noon. each Tuesday and Friday at 4 The Rev E. B. McBroom has on the part of the common te.ltll Ava. sad! ... FIRST red ('....,._w.
EBENEZER LUTHERAN; pm. until Holy Week. EmporiaBAPTIST chosen for his sermon people! who had faith In this D.. tart. J.,..,. .1n5Me. Cute ......" "..,,". errata
subject e.1. Ovlat .. .
I 10.
Puniayt: J a I'
Sunday morning worship serv. The Sabin Oral Sunday make "The Big I" for the Sunday Teacher from Nazareth who said Menus wend ii. 11 .... Tv....'. Thnr.Oayr pa.1:10: p a
for Type m will be this week.' cummTh such wonderful things and per' TrI.In. fitlitn, I:]| m,
Ices at the Ebenezer Lutheran up morning worship service at the .
Bh mlf W.nhlp, 1 1I t m.I IIrnrl
Rev. J. C. Purcell pastor formed such wonderful acts. But
Church will be at 11 and the On Friday front 7:15: to 8 p.m. Methodist Church.
of the Emporia Baptist Church the church leaders the scribes Otnwecl CemuCNy l ChureltUdHt
wW be the fifth In the Lenten
Mrs Charles "I''liT CMPIITIANN :
Rev. William Eubanks will use Peterson organist Rrkytrl Service series under the general will bring the morning messageat and Pharisees, were far from .!'y', ll WI..I,, Av*. W'WWJ' *.*. Jm** *. M.tfflOiorrk '
wW for
his "Loaves and play the
U sermon test 11 Sunday prelude, pleased at what had taken place Th M.v. *.....r< M..... Plitte 80-11..1. 10 La.
theme "Jnua As Others Saw .
t .
Fishes." "Naturs's Anthem of Prayer"by ensue ...a. ,. nee -1ft. .
Him." 1"111tll attend ...cllFrtd.y. The Sunday school will meetat for this miracle! raised Jesus ", ...) "...M.. 1..a. am. 1""blll..m. tl amONUA'moriecvO.
Sunday school meet at 1.4): Sullivan and an HALL *
arrangementby in the of the Cep.ties .11.111.. O
10 a.m. with school superintendent even higher esteem! 0.
"IHOV"''' WITNteaclMa
Lorenz. I .
and welcomes all The music
age groups.E. Willis Guess and welcomes offertory people and that Increase of : Senn ... N.rtk as".. 0M H Av*.
If there is anyone who does soul .. "....,. f aT.
will win be In F" SOS tl., '. Vrkl Av .
G. Weiiman. organist, "Melody by Cluck ausr | t.m., watcisow., tu4v.. *
not have a church home and all ages. and the service will close popularity was precisely what I II.... .,... AMY. in4r.. I* '. ".... ..*.,.,
for the morning serv with
play n, wishes Pianist for both morning and the scribes and Pharisees want. / *AMt,t t,..e".At T..t I* *,m. TtMrtl4 Mutt fhi4lT) ark*.L ":.l m.
ice.At to unit with our church the postlude "Processional" by ed most to avoid. N Cllrt' it WlM min ly a.kol time* Mau.a fr..'kl. ,... sudsy asS WM(_
t the Lutheran see' the pastor so that you can evening services wW be Mr. W. Nordman. TM Rt,, e'ece. Lt y kSwMH.O any .t t '.m.
p.m.) !before Easter. J, Blackburn. Th song service So there was division among .0.. M,(*p pmtr' pR7M iiiVTIIII'A" -'
Churchmen will meet In theparish Join The choir will slug the anthem i them. Some of the church leader TeA..) W r f |A m. N4ftH' *tulvrBr. "RAN C CITY *Ar. TltTM
Hall for buffet Those children who took home will be ctnductM by Troy "All Praia to Cod W44HM4IT) W C: T : m Hut A.", Put. ..., Oivli" S.'*...... f.tHChlrlM
a suppersad m High"by .
: with them the bones for "On.G..t Brumblow. wens Impressed and appeared Tknn rnyte dan'"* MS, H.a 141 ..... Church. *okellinn. f. *rwr.unlay .
holiness meeting. Whit*. to !have increasing' faithin \ WWWarahlp ......Ie. iki Suit
v 'March 11 at 3.10 theRuth Hour of Sharing" art .At 6.30: pm.. the Training Sunday school will be at 1-10:: Jesus in spitof the fact that alit'fes.. *f "....ii* ... ( m. .... ,.m. tninr., Nlik Youth Rnn .. 1'01.' t I:41
reminded to return them en Union will meet with their dl Fl..l. C(111ll,fl.(6.. 1 tit FlWltucMrt wnv.hip 11 am. aM .
t Circle ot the Lutheran '. Jim Peterson. am. The classes win assemble meet of their colleague wen "t Leo a .... MNnte t t..Iot< a.tir iii"T: : a r ii. I MiatMk Mrvle. .L't il .*
Church meets with Mrs Easier Sunday' tDeJJary" < factor in Fellowship Hall and then But the "hardcor .!r *rr 11 am fist "un4'y, H.C.) .
Women to him
At 7:30: pm.. Mr. Purcell win go opposed T.*trknry I ...m.enu w.r.... :: is: aiki. indCHUUCK ,, BtLCON RIN.*
to their furious ,. .. ""THO..T CHURCH
A. H. Stsnsall. respective rooms. opponents were ,
have charge ot the evening wer- *).v. M. W. ..KlllS*. MIHllMfu .
At 7,30; p.m. Pastor' diaries *. services.At Women of the church are In over the whole matter. They had CM .0' TM* N'IAtNB -0" OMens" t fttitnl I .l
Jacobson of the Faith Lutheran I alp charge of the nursery In, the grown so moribund in their I.a.. v L.* VuKn piii. r'>.tf, MlnlHMI Axtii' N. *...,..*,* .n4 '. *tttJmn .. w..ktp. ):1.] ..
7.30 Wednesday the ...., ..
'......., w. shun Mlnltruna nf Wankm 1P : ,
Church DeLarid, will conduct BAPTIST l.m. Pariah House.Members spiritual life that they actually O Mst 11 area lrha.1 .., -

the Lenten Services. The Flnt Baptist Church of church hel followed monthly IhS bustard midweek of the Methodist claimed that by kneading the .w'anne.......,,,,11,,,..a T m.e m. Menu f. wor.ll>10.00, II *!.*.* .*,,;*; r-r! .t *.*1ltlCMll
U 2:30 meeting by Youth Fellowship will meet in clay Jesus was doing work and WIII anew Ms.fend. 5,555 R.uie w+nlp, S I? A. Lun4y. Pitr
March at tit .
pm., Dear will hold worship service prayer service. MIIV..II awvu*. W4**.,, AsS. hl. II < m.Winkle .
Martha circle of the LCW meets 11 Sunda the church at 6:30: pm. inssmuch as tile healing had occurred '." ..". 11 5a. **4T4l, *.
at Mrs.
.m. ) The Women's Missionary I I en the Sabbath Jesus "' *T MtTMABilTr.liT TnimM Culoii Ml *m
at Mrs. T. DeWltt Taylors'home. Frank Stftikwell will l play, Union was held Thursday night Th* evening service will beat t. Lulev./' 'Miory e,. Petals CATHOUIO' tni*t Lake 7 Y4.2,11,. *>
the Sabbath
wa guilty breaking
7:30 and Mr. McBroom III... .,
: pm. ca. .. W. WINcee .
IM W At.
"Spring Meditation" fey Clarke in the church anew with Mrs.Dot ...,.... ::1IVl.rI" A"'eT
a"eI .
March 14 Is Church Will speak" on "M and Mine." a serious sin. It meant 1,45 La t *r ; *,* *, sARatCHURCH
Saturday for tilt organ prelude. Tie choir Guess, president, In charge M..lof' Wn'''"'" 11. *<. M .... IIWMk4ivi.
nothing to then spiritually blind > > : I M* Paste. R.,. MtrvIK 0. Sides
Cleaning Day. them Mscken win be The Woman's, Society of Christian PneNr W.., T II .....
by of the program which was the men time.servers in a church 1'. and ***)*. V Service will meet 'Tuesday | *
There will be a community "Th cross en the Hill." The ot ot on reiltvtki, Ml .. frnrthlo, 11 .k.KvMloe .
continuation the book from which most religious life tm.rmir CIt. *** *. *>t.r4r, 4 t* I
Sunrise Service I 30 with a covered dish lunch Winki'*. In HIIU .
latter : a nn '
Rev Hubert Thomas win .. pa,1Ne.55wa
Matthew. Chapter 611. Each had departed that an afflicted aeee iM4iv tf tOO .-w4.k fr.y aarvIPa l nit
and Mrs. dM.Shaar eon at 12:30: .m. Then will be :
at home of Capt p
his sermon topic "Justified 1ST M. ,! !.**. -
member present participated. man had been returned to usefulness < pies. RRIiavTtRIANCHURCH '
March 29. Minister taking By Words." The organ postlude a period ot meditation and prayer MW Mill... fttlffin Of BtARVA taiNISIR LUTHgRAN"
Th Baptist Brotherhood will and his life made happy.
will be Pastor, Eubanks from 12.U:3O: with pArs. > :. I.ha1.4t lam. C. lummie. 51IN.l CHURCH
part by Patterson, will be, "BlessedArt meet March 13 at 7:30 p.m. In p.m. What did this matter they rea w.. Ri r.., t1 1 N.essecttem t. .. _. R .rNT h.nes l P11.WIUI .
Peterson" in .". A. ViiUr
theme lnklKl
the. Rev Gene Carter and the Thou. Surrti1 1* m.
.. ,
the church coned It Jesus, by kneading the Weaelp" i* M net.
annex.The ,.
Pnnuv eehel. d'
RIMe St.. rra'. Th... t U : a
The Polly taisiter w.
Kv. AltAK Stephens The Crenihaw circle will meet Rev Paul McMurrUn former clay made of dust and spittle t. 9 Ckunk t kL I M *.... Wnki. Service 11 emORANe1

CffVRCH OF GOD I Tuesday at 1 p,m. at the horn was a guest Sunday at the circle Mri. May the chairman !had actually broken the Sabbathby 11I"0. "'"TI'' CHRISTIAN *n* MISIIONARVALLIAMCt' CITY
win be In charge of the programand ..,....... MtTH.,lTfvnl
The Rev Ralph Phllllpi will of Mri. Sarah McBride on High uses tens Ans.
morning worship services. Mrs. Peterson will have the working _w. Th...>tt M. H.<.11. II....* tW W. A,,,,.,..fif IC.r rt>H*/) *. M.*.**.., ....."
Save charge of the Missionary Bank Road. Mr. and Mrs. Purcell had as ENrotXTERS CIREThe Mwi4* S."...1 0:45: ...*. 'II... J....." M' Sick. Rtf *nn4** "''''''''. |::111 ant,
Servlc U The METHODIST devotions Mantua 11'.11'' ""PIIII" *.rv1e*. I.31 m.Mitrnini 1\.tIIl.\ It ...
it a m. Sunday their weekend guests" their I blind man probably a 11 ...... Ors.t ..$ a m seeming a

subject will be "Dedsrt His Th* Denary Community Methodist daughters, Julie and Joyce Me- Mri.member Felix Rill wishes to remind beggar was made to see. The wesetn, "vStp 1'nls, 115 S pa.TrInlnf m..tliit. .. Wnr.:.t 11. ..11Io ".,va.,.. CHURCH

Glory Among Heathens taken Church will hold worship Mahon ot DeLand. World Banks to this to bring their miracle revealed the spiritual Pra1l. ... wee '.11 tm.MITHPlOlIT Pal greets,".. >T..M.. III .. D,"*.!* Tktr
from the scripture Psalms 96:3. service at 11 a.m. Sunday. Miss meeting blindness of these who bated\ L rn W.. Dy ln. Mimteim4
Everyone: It reminded to bring Barbara Bedlent will play, Mr. McBroom will speak on Jetus and opposed him. The naNpTT McMAelal Plea 'ARTItT CHURCH .., .i re s tie fn) braise
Lake Helen "When God CMg CH ""..ON I:M U l.ll (.". tim *>r SkU
their faith offering for the mis- "Antlphon" by Sullivan for the Speaks, at Lenten beggar had been physically aNNrl' nn I. **), .. .
Service Wednesday at 7.30: blind these In vastly PNsate.., :.''''at. mi,... CITY
denary fund at this time. A organ prelude and the offertory pm. ; men were a Wnnklp, 11 IB. .m.Tnlntiif ORANBt
Choir "'sac ,. 5/O0, M Dole,. life CHURCH' Of CMRItTTm '
rehearsal will be Saturday 'I m.
METHODIST: mUerable -
coon stat
beautiful handmade quilt mad organ solo will be "Melody In w.nvip MnMa 11 a.e1 .t.unrT'50 .
rmftf W4OKANUt
by Mrs. Phillips will be awarded Q"" by Hodaon. The choir anthemby The Rev Wesley F. Fink's U at 6:30 p.m. In the church were mentally and spiritually fW5Mal Surd. Ist Me. ,... a a p n. DIkrMit WI tlkry**'i.',, :,iMe. flltfQIKAT .

to the one who donate the Stalner will be, "Cod So I a.m. sermon topic At the Lake with Ralph E. Michel choir di blind. They had no true seme of Wtca IX T ee.dsy. t II O m. fTVeONHiaAT'NAk'| m.r.,int witniiip' I*

largest offering. Loved the \V rtd."' Oil Theodore Helen Methodist Church will be, rector.A values They had no human :ELXMeuN AAvfvue Nash., "*riki.... ll soul.W4l..ter S>*ar.l.ittM!Pena, ....,.>.1*1*1::II
Sunday school will convent at Belief Of Stetson University win "'1'11. First Star .t the First District Retreat will be held feeling for an afflicted man I CMUeCM TH<* CI.! ". I pal| rutrlM ?e).
(Meow .t The W..,..'. CiVil NOMp l T *.*.
In berated the healed SPe1Ne ttAROtN AYtNUI
the church from I 30 for
Magnitude : to They man
10 a.m. with Mist Shirley La... speak' on Pakistan.. The organ noon W Mle.l.a' Av t M.M1us Qua, a as.a.. M CHURCH Of Chill
ter, Sunday school .upertDt Dd. postlude ',IIY DuBlin will I be, Mn. Robert Kllapp'wt1J be at Friday. Mrs. Bruce Gray. Has- standing up for Jsu and declaring : Wease s. 40* Sinn tirliif. ar..n AvMauri ..
the and : Utterback 61 that h was a true healer Ml *< I > Ir* T ML0ILAND ** Nthrly MlnlHrMlkU ,
ant in charge of the opening d.- The Grand Choeur! briai, Eugene tints, president the DeLand I | ,. ...
votlonali. Sunday school classes for all will lead the congregational District\ of the Woman's Society and a man sent from Cod. He "....,.. w,..MIo 1 e ft a ... .. CULL searil Manna*rk W..h'V ION' U 10.M m.
I singing and the senior choir as 01 Christian Service will be a I couldn't be. He! was doing all I ;::;l Ww hij'_use m. 11M ease Miev_* Crtiilit Wurnhlr I II m.KMvMk .
At 7-30: p.m., the Bible dasi ales will meet at 1.30: am *r lftlni, eS.. til P arlnaw TM C.,. R. tMn k..rftM, tt It "That Will B these wonderful act of
win mitt followed by the Sun Junior, senior and Junior high sings. Glory speaker.The mercy Leda sense, Rat: ...
lervlcei at th MYF will meet it 6:19: p.m. In for Me." Th* Junior choir under Wesleyan Service Guild and healing apart from their ea.IsT ewUROH'M 11_'IM Wcntl* III Iv'.le. 1 RCNTCCetTAlH "'
day night trW M rti> tt Tkur.
Mrs. No what lie Neil LIs.aiJet. f LINtl
till direction of matter
cburch will Mr. Phllllpi bringing the educational wing. Evening Eugene met at the horn of Mrs. Lane authority .. Mewat. ... ,..., n t.at1 i mN Tis* I > *
worship service will M at 7.30.Th ; tfttcrback and accompanied by Hayward Tuesday evening, with did therefore it wu utragoui. 5'mlae ,.Mel 1 te a aMere Rdv. t wIn O.Sewe. SI"**
the message..At Mr*. Helen Stein, will slug agroup Mrs. E. B. McBroom We moderns can be Just aaspiritually ... 11I_ 11 ..... WIOLtvAN MSTHOOts 1' flmv _. ::. 1* m. !
7:30 p.m.. Tutsday. thtWoman' Rev Cecil N. Ogg) hat cohoitess. blind T..II.... "..... til pas Sue I. NIW Vrk Av*. ( Band will selected for hit sermon subject, ot spiritual. si were these twaip1 Wtrtkl t.l. *... 5.54.. "*-.. 4t Twine '.,!*. I J* ...
Mksalonary Sunday school with classes for Mrs. H. M. misguided leaden of an ancient WMsq Pare 11ft<... (,M .,....., **rvir 1* II m.. T:N tvnimr I>: ..m. 1Mke. T M
meet with Mrs. Phillips in the "For Jesus'namtxunTh Sake an ages will meet at 10 '.m. short resume of Hussey th. gave life ot t church.\ W* are spiritually Mind as wee. warm ...U.*, T.II am WbeeiU a rrt % Tkurn. 1:1* I

church auditorium. Mrs. Phil under the supervision of Theron If w* re'fus t. believe that Gel
lip will lead the group In t First Presbyterian Church Dowdy. Richard Allen la the Evelyn Underbill and Mrs. Lei- has revealed Himself and His

question and answer period over of DeBary will hold worship organist for the Sunday school He The Dyer gave the devotions. will through scripture and tile I Tab. *Vct*<7, ptiHifci< lid reel, .h tp*.tn* *T MMM >*stiieit asta,......., I I

the Flat and Second books of servlc. at 10 ..m. Sunday Frank hour, text meertig will be held continual guidance H. give Individual
at the horn ot Mrs. McBroom
Timothy. Woodruff will play "prayer" by BAPTIST *, e ety and the
,At 7.30 p.m. Saturday VLB Paul Devrtd for the organ prelude "Art You a Missionary. will and election of officers will be James F. Clardy The Conrad 'Company

group will have a BIN Spelling and 'CanZGD \'" by J. H. he the U a m. sermon topic of held Bthle Lesson SetThe MiUtANa. AUHaHI IMSUMNCI SONGS

Be under the supervision of Brewer for the offertory organ th. Rev Paul Wreath Jr. at Thou present were Mrs. Kenneth NOM sUJar f bane Y34-UU 111 Weal New Tack rke** ,1U2tJ
their leader Miss Shirley La..t.e solo. Th* choir anthem by Barr) Blake Memorial Baptist Church. Hanson. Mr. Russell Troy. I

,. This group to for .... UU.Th will be "Th Good Shepherd" Mr. Robert Cast will b* at er, Mrs. William Cooney, Mrs. Bible' Lesson on ).111\

Rev. Gen Carter hat with Incidental baa solo by the organ and the senior chair Everett Mejers Mrs. Woodww Sunday at Clu'taUIISd.lltt win explore the churches question Curri/ The Florist I Coston's Laundry & Dry Cleaning

cheten for hit sermon subject.Th Robert N. McOe. Th* Rev will sing for its morning' special Arnold and those previously
from Psalm t:3): "Waal amast. UI Zaat t*...s* tame tU4US
Sincerity of JMUS" taken Augustus C. Summers has Our Best- mentioned. mindful ef HI Mia rtorMm A?*. fk m* llUau
that thou art
from '{h* scripture of Matthew elected for his sermon subject Sunday school with dassei foe TOUT CONGREGATIONAL hint?"

':5-1. for .the Sunday worship "Prophet., Priest and lOA.." The adults and children under the Th* ,Sunday morning worship! Golden Text win be: "God Deland Flint & Glass DeLand Federal Savings & loan
service at the Methodist Churchat organ postlude selection by supervision' ot Wtndrow Hub- service at the First Congregational
created in ban own lmaP. .
11 ant. The Old Sculpture lea Wolstenholm wUl be, "Final. bard, will meet at I:45 a m. Church win b* at 11. with In th* image man of God created a* 1M Real Gowns ,,... 1441,41 1. Nara I1erW. n. M TM4SS1Frierson's

eon will be taken from Joshua la B Flat"Missionaries Baptist Training Union ,with th* Rev. William" H. Guest, the him" (Genesis. 1:271.AMUtoMl : .

74: If II. Wilbur McKenrie a* the )leader Interim mlnlater.Ml .
V. M. Fountain Co.
On Boulevard
Sunday school win meet at will meet at 6:30: p.m. ** Esther: Emerson, organIM ( Ctarra New

>:43 with classe for an age*. Set Evening service will be at and choir director, will play ne trap MaetD0 MINI fVINI5ImIGS WISTBIGHAUSAIUANas.

(aJItt'clan" will assemble la theeRurch 7:30 and the pastor's subject will the prelude,. Melmti it* Mar.* BMktaHl rise TU4SS4Mclri m ifstia Beulesasfuse

auditorium and then go Talks'.At Church h*. "Speaking U Tongue." Ts/ ." fey Dwnartst. The offertory

to their reapectiv* cltiareoma.TlAyd choir win 11*,. "Mia Eyes: ramie will lie -VetisUed" by Y8V WMwaoNtum

Cwttota Is tile school sup n6 WeaUyan Methodist Church aUv'* Seen the Glory." Wolateaholm tad the service Drug Center, Inc. H. P. Ship Corp.
:Monday worknlgH will b* at : ..
Vostlud U C Flat by Bonn. *
erlntendenLMrs. bas aueuae.d that Mil Grace wo IT mown WMH mSOS MHT wtM I1 UPAJa

B. C. Hartley U 6rgt. Wood and Mlia Stills Wood, retired 0:30: pm.Wednesday. ...rtllI.' meeting' The catr will sing the an IN iMtt BJ...r. risen. rU4ll lrsietpd A55as *** .* W*'))!*

tot The *, mall choaen for the missionaries. win be guest them T* That Stand in the The Baha'iWorld I
wm h* at 6.30: ,.m.; bushinesseonrerrna
Sunday morning services ar speaker at the 10,43: ..Ift. and House *t the Lord' by Spinner.The .
Stand Up For Jesus," "When 7.30 p.m. Sunday service\ at the *t ':30 pm. and sole give ay Kit Carte- Frances A. TrtmbleyMswuiiaMtHa Volusia Pharmacy

the RoD Is Called Up Yondrr church's temporary location. CJK. tie* H. Brhftk. will h* ',.. Faith I I TOOl

and "Just A* I Am." New YOlk 1.1. cake Te Smile M "." by Ollara. ill Nwtk f1rU Pine TJWIM UI North Reakvaflea.WAlCttlN: AHMCT MW fl Oft

The Methodist Youth Fellow- The Wood alien will bedivsoed "W. ATK: TUI4 ROL"geode The tent date far reorival et CsamtotUa PerW 1M-S3U

ship wW meet In the church at In rowtume, and will WJU, IW it the trading stamp banks.. to I* |,*" /rWey et I p...

6:30 with their counselor Mrs. speak on their work la India leery M** tof it f PJM. tied to obtain a new "taimawagoa W.rnetiee ..." .... Sugar Top Drive-In

Mr. Cuter will where they sprat tor the Lan Byrd LtwI,. I
Cearao Smith. many years Preach at I*** I
e.wsnd ky Lout I CMf Myles Ret. aad Nana ..... Lee.
eoottaua the study of Southern and also about work .la MwGuinea. .-.* Day A**.Mw* Ckmk, at Avon Park to March I. They *}* UN* Oar A,.. I

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IN AMERICA Continued from Pan fight) r' 01 :1'- 1.i:;
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are be to Mr*. Carroll '., _
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Breaks.Th. "

Book Seen Laud Thrift Shop Is open Sat. Programs SeriesDr. I
Teg'To r .
'' Ids "
urday momtnjt In Jane Murray } f II

Rail and anyone having good '' ,>' IOITMS NOT I I
used articles thy wish to donate .. ,
+ ** .'" totoMx"... II wNnN
may leave them there .y t.. ttttM>. SAC .Is sls M Albert A. Blya will present

Work Of Late Oxford Don Tomorrow Gertrude Landin and ..u.... Tile... I..R-..N.wa.... tine It 0t as a ....... J aeronalife durlaja

Mrs. C. J. Fader will be la .'''''' II 15. seN.r. ...." ..... "STMcfctaf gfJMMft' (tairlhul'
.1 charge. service' ) at Trlalty Meth*.
*>.<.... dint Cbwren tJky
The March of
By lOHS CAMELS had not had much personal expesur meeting the wtst.T,, c...... 1 Da.- ,
|y umut Prm InurMtitnil to It.DISCOVERS. Meridian Club of First Congregational 5.405. or_...
C. S. Lewis was a shy man Church. Orange City WDBO.TV, C.u*.. S.WLOFTV ....... At tile I:43 .... ieftiay i'rvMe -
who hated publicity to much ; PAIN opened with a covered dl..*l a, three. M will have at Ma tepid
that h* sometimes hid In the In 1961 pain ceased to>> be a. per In Jan Murray Hall Tuesday enioA.VaNlne "Qeds Unfailing Mercy; and
el .et when reporters came to to Lewis. lilt evening with approximately at the 11 am. service "Our I
adored wife died a eIli 1I.1It .o
interview! him.It a lingering 70 in attendance. The Invocation .hl' ItnJ'oreeeeeIll I Changing World."
death of cancer. It shatertng "
was a
was thoroughly!' character was given by the Rev. III Mvrw.>l At the 1:4:1: : "", ice. J leCernw..U
experience for him and I IJ'' jlmnnil* la Sporta
talc that he made his exit from Mi George B. Marsh. I.10 ll .N* -p. soloist will sing, "0,
his lift on a day when the reactions to It art moving Earl (Bobt Andrews chief, Cl In *
ly recorded: a little boo ,
world!' press' could give him lit. called presided and welcomed the following I M I I.) 1'1.' *. At the U A.11rvic.., the
"A Grief Observed
tit notice. He died last Nov. 23 (Seabury Press) which he published first time visitors, Gerald a.aI I(U") >HuMIT."HnkUy choir will sing the anthem "0,
-tile day President Kennedy under and Peggy Parker Ed and lei Ji.I :. Wnur Cronldt Savior of the World" by Go**;"
pseudonym e. la) *" Cesaea
was assassinated. Alice Godfrey and Vincent and the rklMrCH'l rknliTV-
I've been waiting\ ever since "N. W. Clerk." Propavltch of New York: George I!.N/a ill 1'1 -w.1. **"leIII Ping, ;"God a- 'Uo'd ;"la
"Letters To>> Malcolm" refers T>',. ...
tl "
for an appropriate occasion and Althea Walters ot The Is Joy
Pennsylvania .
obliquely to "the terrible I in !j>.hr ...r
a "peg" as newspapermen .ay days"of and Henrietta White ol xt Tit: ll IIlt WU... At tile 1:30: lervtce. to lie held
his wife's Illness, and the IK ...4..ntur
-fG pay tribute to the Washington D. C. lit the Dr.
witty ) II) t. sanctuary! Belyea'a
which his n4
great anxiety gripped
Oxford don whose widely read Bill Nabors served as secretary a I,It (}> \0<>" Iso,r. Tinsel topic will be '1Jvtn, Abundant
1 soul, and made It difficult topray itdWr/ i<> Row. itOl "
books helped to make Christianity treasurer protem in the absence Murk* IM* !v.
a live option for modem of the secretary Marie 11 III TwlHtHI Con* The services
? also will b* heldat
Some people feel guilty II a T'"
,111" 1'I ,: I
Intellectuals. AA.4 .
about their anxieties stud regard Ebetsch, due to Illness lit rn.. It IUU 7:30: pm. Monday and Tues
UI Jerk Tue
t The peg is now at hand lathe them t* a defect flf Dot Carrier called attention lethe MlIII 11Io1tIeI' day.

form of Lewis' last book, faith," Lewis writes. "I don't article la Sunday's All Flor- NEW CHURCH EDUCATIONAL BUILDING Groundbreaking ceremoniesfor I' U I )pr..5a".:
published posthumously by agree at alt Anxieties are af Ida magazine en New College the First Baptist Church's new educational building, shown above in an archi lie: t't > will meet at < p.m.

Harceurt, Brace and World under factions not sins Like all affllctlons wing erected In Sarasota, on tect's sketch will be held at noon Sunday. Immediately following the morning iii in >AHIN..*/ ..*

the title "Letters To Mal they are', If we can so property adjoining the atate- service the congregation will Rather: on the south aide of the church property at II tl (II Mnvl*
calm: Chiefly on Prayer" take them our share in the owned Rlngllng Museum, which 725 N. Boulevard for the brief groundbreaking ceremonies.: After plans for the build. 11'It I'1'1> .hlavde5 l ehnn. CU... LBJ Names

TIle format BOOK'S of FORMAT Passion of Christ. I. being partially supported by Ing had been approved, bids for the construction were presented to the congregation: : l:; \,;\ D.dv WareDELAND
Imaginary the book aa It Is clear that Lewis did the United Church of Christ of in December 1963, by the Building and Plans Committee of the church On the Committee

will remind correspondence learn. to take his afflictions in which the Orange City church are Dr. Gene Medlm. chairman A. F. Powell Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds 1 II. L Bur PUBLIC 10 Women To
many readers of I. member The first
"The Screwtape Letters." tht the spirit Of Christ and even a by the Congregstlonal'spromotions collegeelected !! Aubrey Stoudenmire. Glen Martin Dr. Mslcolmn Hayman, Mrs. J. E. Pollard, LIBRARY

delightful to give thank for them In one Mrs. W. F. Jones Jr., Thorwald Husfeld. Dr. John E. Howell and the Rev Noel R. Ly-
piece of satire which Harvard In
of his final "Letters To Mai was 449 East New York Are Federal
kins. The awarded A. David Arnold Co. of Orlando low-bidder. Posts
established Lewis reputation colm," he mutes that "most of 18.18! followed, by Yale, Dartmouth contract was to After
at the 20th century's most ar the real good that has been Williams BowdoIn, Mid. financing arrangements had been completed, construction began last Tuesday Architect It Open Tonight Until 9

Uculatt "apostle to skeptics." i done to m* In this life has involved i dlebury and Amherst. These for the project is G. Medwin Peek of DeLand. The new building will include eATueoav WASHINGTON (UPI-Prest.

But "Letters To Malcolm"! Is .utf r1nI." were the first seven New En, five nursery departments two beginner departments, three primary departments, fill "I natr. dent Johnson appears deter
a very different kind of book and college and many others three junior departments, three junior high departments and three senior high de tl sin S,....1""s oas I........ mined that his administrate

'This Is Lewis in the twilight of followed In the south and west partments. Construction cost will be $178,300.( All members and friends of the !i:*t 405>li f."rt': IIl=:,... will not be "stag" government.

life, reflecting on the relationship Soloist Set The evening's entertainmentwas church are invited to attend the groundb eaklng ceremonies. (Sun News Stiff Photo) S I* Is ill. "It'"*,"lit chi.'law'_te The Chief Execute: chose a

between man and God as a picture tour given by Mr. I. en r.m, pea Women's National Press dub
he has experienced It, in joy and Mrs. Jack Holth of Rochester 1.e.MNIll I dinner Wednesday night to ...
,and In Suffering. N. Y.. winter visitors Day- Events Set Dclxion Springs Area Ministers: alt: II) 1\.I..t. a/seen i nounce that he bad appointed

Without this book, future biefrsphers For Service tone Reich. Holth a native of I' e, )fr.. SeI't 10 women to high.level govtrvment
might wen haw Norway,visited scene of his boy- fHfRCH or GOD Meet In Seville ties III tier.Wlllh..... posts. One will be aa amNssador -

wondered how Lewis' con hood as well as hit relative' \ all Sunday! services at the DeLeon ass II' a.e'rnlnl., peat r""I, ........ and another the first

taglous faith stood up under the living then on farms that have Springs Church of God of Pro riEnsON-Th Northwest vo- f.It III T5. U.ut.n.M woman member of the Inter
acid test to which it was subjected Soloist for the 10:30 Sunday been in tile families of each for By Church phecy will b* Sunday school at lust County Ministers Aisnda- III
In the latter years of his worship service at the Westmln several generations.During 10 am.t: morning worship" at tints recently met tt the First sin let Ts. r>.f. 4.r.. (ICC)

life. Her United Presbyterian I the business meeting 11. and evening worship at T:30, Baptist Church In Seville with Its did Jeer 5..n.wiaha.." welk Johnson mad his surprise

Years ago, In "Th Problem Church will be Mrs. Betty Day the following were appointed to TIle Woman's Missionary Band the Rev. James Sledge pastor : ;: dot C.t alone .t the Help announcement at the club's
ef Pain who will sing Scott's, "Connlder Th* senior eonflrmatton clots boat. business I first Eleanor Roosevelt Memo
Lewis outlived lucid serve on the supper committeefor will meet Tuesday evening The at The aesslon /alttjAtntpnlrne4 ,
1 and well reasoned thMloicalaa.wel'l the Lillet. Mrs DIY directs the April meeting: Nina Pet of Faith Lutheran. Church wWm.t Cleaners; and the Victory Leader was held. In the church library. t. fill 111 ,1.nka Pere. rtal Award dinner He pretest.
the church's music Or- at I a m. tomorrow.On te50: (ilIIIN .....'.UR. ed the award a vermeil
to tht perennial question program. croon Gertrude Lenin Cocaine school will Band Will meet Thursday Tentative plana were mad : III ::0....
of why a loving God permits genial will be Mrs. Ruth Mo and Bob Weatherwax. Nina and Sunday evening for the Union Good Friday Service ill !nee.ere.. dleitlck to Judge Anna M.
be at I M a Sermon topic at .
a his creatures to hurt and Hendry.The Jim Moor and Ernest Hoover. m. Thou from the church who attended to be held at the Lhenezer; m Kress a Russian Immigrantwho .
be hurt He acknowledged that pastor the Rev. J. Frank. Thou for the Thrift Shop for both the I1J: and lOU '.m. the District Fellowship Lutheran Church from 1.30 to IJ'it asp ill Att.1 111\1. became New, York Cry's
will be "How
tin McHendry, will continue the worship services! Meeting at the Church of God of I II.I* Mer11fn. crusading commissioner of cor
he was writing about pain asaa March and the first Saturday In God Can Us Us" based on S p.m. March 27. _
abstract problem since he Lenten series with a study of PIlate April are as follows: March T, John 1115. Prophecy la Thereon Monday Final plane were' mad for "' .I_, em.lilt ...kly TV f.. rertions
"Mankind's Last Decision". : evening were Mr. Frank Willis PI.NU'; Se e.u'd Ii An The president named Mrs.
Gertrude Landin and Ann Faber: On Monday the Boy Scouts will Youth Morals Week at Taylor :'.::;:"., S neulep ts.i.n
Creeters at the service will Mr. and Mrs Rill Taylor Mr M ,.., Virginia Mae Brown of Pliny.
School lu.d.y dun
March 14. Myrtle and Bob Andrews High during Holy Week hews).1I
at the church at 7 m.
be Mr and Mrs. Homer W Sit meet p W. .
Love' and Mrs Jimmy Willis Miss "" a former assistant
Is .
Set ; March 21, Francis and On the Lutheran Students (March 33 23))
ter. Usher will be Michael Tuesday DLBd Radio
Patsy Taylor, Mr*. Remlc Jack.son state attorney general, to the
Mary Hall; March 27, John Bis. Association will have There also was torn 4lirussloa -
Klock and Thomas Lee sup.per Elizabeth Wanda, Chr1l.Lan' I WJBS WOOO ICC. H* also said Mr*. Kath
bee Ed and Lillian Lederer and en practical things that
An official call will be read and a discussion at 5:30: p)n. tone Ie." ertn Elkut
As ) and David Miller and Rev, tin s.c. Whit ef KM bank
April 4, Lillian Nabors and Anna the ministers could do on theI'mblrn
Subject The church school teachers
at the service for the first congregatlonal Mr. James Coker and Mrs. N.J., daughter el a forrf JT cliP:
Crtmberg. the church at 1 m. of alcohol
meet at p
to elect
meeting: lomat
has been
Coker. chosen
a* the
Serving on the supper rmnmlte stRvirrs: A luncheon was served at the Youths
Tie Bibl Speaks ol Love"will era and prepare for the organlza METHODIST CHLRfHAt U. B. envoy to a nation h* did
e* for this Rob and horn of Mr. and Mr.
meeting wr midweek Len Sledgeto
be the sermon topic ef lion of the church. The meeting On Wednesday, the mating, of the commit. not MenHJy Immediately/ became
Myrtle Andrews, and An will at tin following' rntnlstora-Mh. Invited To
Tinny services t. *
ton red
will follow service!
Ole Rev. Bernard C. Meece. pastor the morning akin on flnaac ol the Method! ef protocol. Johnson said'
Faber, Gladys Lawson and Alias Sermon. will be Revs. Eugene Carter William
March 15. At this TM p.m. topic
of First Christian Church on Church Sunday evening, plan tile country would be named to
certain acts will betaken Cray "Who for Us Men WsCrucified. Eubanka: Dan Harrison. Ralp"1'11IIIIJNIo AQ (Disciple of Christ at the 11e.m. preliminary COMMLNTYSunday got underway for a persona their parents a few days.Johnson .
Sunday service The sermon to clear the way for the I"ILGlttM bd on Luke 2): visitation program scheduled for and Alton Stephens. art Invited ta attend" the said that lie la Insist'

will be part of a series on service' of organization and dedication morning worship serv- 3334. Th* Rev' Duane Sand this month The church pastor, day service, Delanrf youth Ftllowftilp and Ing that "women play a larger
evening pi aver ,
themes from the Bible. on Sunday March 22, at Ice at the Pilgrim Community strom, pastor ot Gloria DM the Rev Robert deKalanda Is 'Teen.Aft CUMde with nima" part In this government's plans

Anthem by the senior choir 3 p.m. Officials of North Presby. Church win be at 10:30: with tile Lutheran Church In Leeiburgwill serving sa chairman In charge, The Woman's Society of Chris The new youth props will and programs." H* said worn

will he "Love of the Father" by wry and the Synod of Florida Rev, Wyll F. Steen using a* his preach.' Pastor Charles assisted by Mrs. David Drury. Han Service of the Methodist be held at the DrUnd Seoul en "! an Instinct for right

Eataren. Miss Mary-AJIc Wilson !- will participate In this .,nice.A.Jl sermon subject "Faith and Life" Jacobson will be preaching on Member of the church who attended Church: met Tuesday evening at Hut, rrankfwt St and X. P nn- ness that ,la ... Important to '

will sing a special communion Interested person are Invit fir "What We Believe" This It the same topic at the Etonezer sessions. of the Christian the horn ., M..... Carl Dugan. lvanla Av... at T p m. UM decision-making a* lumbers et
solo, "Great' Is Thy ed. Thou who wish to be taken the third In a .,riH. Lutheran Church at Plerson.\ Workers' Training School held at Mrs Paul Taylor, ST., opened Ant and third Saturdays of logic.

Lev*." Mrs. Judy Hughes, organist halo the church during the Presbytery Mr*. Shirley Crw If', organist Following the service, tile the First Methodist Church laDeLsad. the> meeting" with prayer. Mrs. each month The next meeting

will use a* the prelude service are Invited to will play for the prelude "An- senior choir will meet. wr Mr. dllKa1ancli. Charle. Dill presented a pro- will be held tomorrow church members" and till pastor
"Fantasia TWO Church vult and discuss this with the gH's Serenade" by Brags and On Thursday the Junior confirmation Mrs. Drury Mr*. Joha Giovanniand gem *f excerpt from a sermon' Marvin Aranove, youth leader and his wife
Hymns" by Gull moat, and organizing pastor of this United for the offertory, 'Unit Stirs" class will meet at I Gene Matthews. ty Norman Vlnrent J'tale. which said the program will Mature .

"?oetiude" by Eslava as the Presbyterian\ U. 8. A. church. bv Pnnce-fffitilmait The postlude pan.On! Miss Sylvia rilovinnl', president had as Its topic "Are Good i teen aie films., test limn int.gueit ;----
eostlude. will. b* d ...i.tISr i hfrt-: Friday st f pjn., me advanced of the DeLeon Springs Peopl Happy! speakers" and dltcvsilnn

nursery for preschool child The. anthem.. by the choir win confirmation dais, the Methodist Youth Fellowship and During business, Mis. Maslennhnltz of such tnptrs at dating, mar Harfung'sSaturday
Is provided both during the Subjects Set bot "The King of Love, My Shep- cub scouts and the Junior choir secretary of the aubdiatrlcC attended pre lo>nt. appointed nab* and spiritual/ commitment I

I-A service and the church herd. I." by Shelley, The duf'trart will have their meeting at the a sub-dlstrH meeting Mr, Ellis, Mrs Edward Hess There will hit ni admlailon

which has classes for all For Services 'of the anthem win be sung church. held at n.thun.'nolunan College deraon. and Mrs Lawrence Nicholson charge, and refreshments will Special!

*. by Mrs. Walter Weaver and Har.old < Shut Out. In Daytona Reach: Saturday at U a nominating committee be .served Oeldes,
The Chi Rho Fellowship for M. Freund. Tuesday evening at T 41. the which tINt! she was In charge preparatory to the election 01' Brews

Junior high youth will meet at The Rev George W. Wlnrmsn Choir rehearsal win be held. Remind Astoclanonal Tralnlni 01 registration officers Cliurrli; Properly; I Fried Chicken

(:30 'p.m. with Mrs. L. A. Dun- pastor of the First Methodist Wednesday at 1:30: p.m. In the Union meeting will be held forth Th. program for the day Included Mr,. Chris Sorensen and Mrs.

tea. leading the group la a study Church will have as hit sermon church with John CornwttI as purpose of picking winning a song test a tour of the Nicholson who with Mrs. Scott: Recently Pnintctl! .te'tt.. ana1 1VthteHal

ef worship The Christian Youth topic at the U a m. Sunday warship choir director from led Intermediate college, luncheon" and an after- are serving as s committee mskng lads ana
Fellowship for those la senior service "Jetus Looks at TIll men of the church will and speakers and the soon dls e e ssltt l period en"Americas preparations for the forthcoming D'UO SPRINGS! Have letter
high will meet at I p.m, If Looked Junior age groups Racial Discrimina\ greenback shower, gavea
Peter What H* At serve a rout turkey dinner la Bible sword drtD. Two will com you retired In pasilif, the
The Rev. Gilbert Counts will four based o* Luke 23.3442. lien" report el a meeting held at charge In the 79
tilt sudltnrlum from i to 1 m., appearance t( the *
p la the state eompennon. .
preside at the T.30: pjn. service. A nursery will be provided. March 11. Tickets will fie Il.25. pet and teacher will meetst Mr*. Paul Purred and her the Scott horn' regarding tile Baptist Church property brought
The pastor will have as his sermon At the 7:30: p.m. service Mr, There win b* Candlelight Cam- Officers ton Donald will give the *Hrlowers matter, After sense discussion about by the exterior painting of /*r>*41 Ail Day
teplc. "What An You Doing Wleman will .have as his topic, 7 p m. Wednesday prarer > for service at th* th* date *f the shower' wu set the church
?" The Junior choir will sing Th Tragedy of Mingling with union service In the church eat and study meeting will be at Methodist Church Sunday, ss Mired 3U the place to be aa- anij atop the pastortumr t*..*.. ff lee r.elHarturg's!

"Fairest Lord Jesus." Maundy Thursday 1:30 pm. wits tile study of the The Methodist Mesa dub will Bounced' later '
the' Enemle of J"Ulr" based oa There ,U a fueling ot ratltude
More" than 113 attended the '
enn- .f Lu.'. Senior' chulr
Uth chapter at tilt It voted to tl to *
Matthew 2t'JS. meet Tuuetday evening was give g among all concerned for tile do.atlmi .
Th* public U Invited to both cert given by the DeBary Concert rehearsal U at 1:10:: p.m. home of Kenneth Jackson at 7:30: into the general treasury of tile fit the paint by Mr, Mac
service Orchestra under th* direction The Junior choir vender the All members are urged to a* chinch to be sent to Conference BenljigerThe Led, If 49 ft**!* Or..r* CipPh.
of Roger Caslnl at the Pit- direction of Mr. T. C Moody, tend. Miasmas.Mrs. ... tiiscaTcnlle
Th Junior and sealer MYrwill work wu done by the
meet at I p.m. gram Community Churrh Fellowship tr. and Miss Joy Deftartolo. will BArrnr GinnieThe Edit: Mtdwnod\ snneunr4

Tomorrow at 1:30: ,.m. Ole supper Thursday ftotftln,. rehears Saturday nvmJng! lath Baptist Church was boat tile piss for tile Fatter sunrises

Methodist Tenth Fellowship's i Invocation wu given by tilt church at 11. Oft Tuesday to 23 visiting mla' rvic* at till DtLton Mobil

spaghetti dinner will be held in Rev Wylto r. Steen and door ennui or rESIST liters of the Semlnol Association Horne Park

tile dining ban of tilt UucstlonalBuilding. prices\ were warded M Mrs. The Churrh '"l Christ wlik* lor their regular monthly Meet A social lour followed the

Dinners win b* tUS Howard .Sharp and Mr. W. Milan f,wets la the Dickinson Memorial live meeting. meeting' and refreshments were -" ud

for adults and 7J watt for children Potter A short meeting was Library Auditorium win begin Ha Lunch was med at noon, served" w all of the above men' Bahwdaj

ander UTw conducted by the J president' ,Lloyd Sunday moralng worship aervlM time by the women tl th* Worn nand except Mrs Henderson '<<1.... ..11
MrttHMttst Men's itlnner T..Utma*. with BIN study at 10. ..'. Missionary Society, and to other present who were Lew ',NAT7N1u

meeting will be held at 1:39 p.nt Th. vest covered/ dish supper" The morning worship service la absentse el tilt week of Mrs Arthur Du an, Mr*. JohnGiovanni sd..d5M
will lit held en Tuesday, March! and lilt for1' bom mUalona till Mrs. Pauline Carwlk
hq Genii Wednesday la tIM dining keen I will b* at 11 evening prayer
There will hi a panel diwmsina 2. service st '1:M. women ef the Missionary" Sttrtefywere Mra. Kena...h Jackson sad Mrs.Calso BATTLE! BEHEMOTHS!
red the """k.un.. Story tlMethadiam nWT PAPIST The midweek' servfee will Wat la charge el the Wedne. WlTJIams. of THE

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moderated by Joe Sunday morning worship serv* T.39 p w. --1 1'iarcst
about thin flU'ttloJU lee at tN First Rape)* Church Druvr.aA..n >J

I'tIrce.RE.m wffl N at U, with the Rev David Sm4ar m""rn'ng warsfch ,.",* ;
M* Ibae....... ,tic, kn .w 'I ER Snlomoa apealdng .a the subjectTh lee at the Dt1Jwrl1lC'e Church Athenscraad8&Jul: ?

ate *. Ida ',.d.,.' .Bey Lost Oia." whirl meets ta tilt hem ftf Mr 'ISU........." .....
Met wkkk gins keel c"*rI > au Sunday school trill h. at t.43 and Mr*. T. C t:>>mpuy. 44* E

tl rials at 1 refec4l .*.*- ivy** a rr(tw Mr' un. wish ChartM Brewer schnelsvperlstendent. Grave ...., wO W at U. Sister lrni II fU2W JACX SUKd WYATT EW

....I lr tfcrt sews Mma la charge. There Vrtma Dempsey will .* .aa charge j

Ma Pre... b news ........ I. an classes Inc an age*. ef tM tervV* mfr 8
Training Union wffl snetta the modal School will b. at U
.. .**t meters, gig. mere .
.u1mmmD. church at ... t.m.Th a m. sad th* evmisf service at
(..( raaca fr .... ....,. Ns
tervie via b 1.b.
CMU *.. this. : e-ientag atM d
ccnnapkaza and Mr. tV* n** will ..* u The midweek aervtm wtU h.

sew MertswtiU 'eler'If s RESTAURANT his I *.kset. mw RM *f lleing. It 7.. f m. W** ** "y.

( ) i :: Satvnky VtliuUB SpeciilljrOwte em ; Star Bar 6 Lit.: Grill Inn ..r. I' : ..rJiiI! :


:Wiatt frW ....... baked ...: Every Fr&y J. "IISTOH-CIAYH6HT"
uu, rag *r Men -. 1\1 At lute ('nip OMf. MMlMff Us
Si Saturday & Scmcf"y Night ; Th* asset C""lt1le1l1Pt" kbtorylIIOW ,
Gould AgencyM1JLBML N .. Gei rIle MiniaewANUI1 Phil iseif .."....., Country"AMN.11ccbish

I : / BtMt7 Mil MOtWJT ."ora- fnrkt s| "r Tktewt }*'4y. 140 ....
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Sam4 n .. M Ir31 .
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lrp (T411f {ROeER/E 01LAD1R4MV1+. Ii'S NMr wEW rYl tISIJTIM NvCAIARlTOOAY0 UTwOTAIKYt and mr .akrlmp A ,* W In moat tha Baw.baalut M*oawUK SOON H M1uip T. lain
Tt14 CAME SOY!VITA$MY4R WITU I cost TL ci( A fTRl1. I CNrSTMAS CARP4 WfM 1 MI IC Dluwee rii ptu ci tcLARIHAI Boulovard. _

( AUNT An Ctiarlla Qaa Drlva In. Onrn- rA N0w PBS RAia .
CORAr MU.r ELVOU.I .! ar A. Amelia and 12 Ph 71I- 7IBMTTBK .Afj rlDl lOhfl to m. -

OONTr WilD = FOOD&FMr t.1IC .

$ ;ala a PrMp.It. GREEN'S FUEL 114 S. ALA. 734-0672

tn M. ....a....
LATEy I'MOQ UT WEARS Loans to $600

t $ntf Purism .u.Wn.D* ? Union Finance Co.

and BrrrtncH BAZAAR Mondaythrnnih
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.. PIRBWON rrMai M:'.hta. ...... w. IPBTIAUEE IN mincnt 151 .(>). Phona EITATR 714-114
725.074 ., 734-4334. AIR.CONDITIONLEL:

/ Swimml.I hall Honeycutt Electric Co. LOANS TO-$60o-

Bamtk ID Municipal AirportPTP

2 Lest .T Klf'* BUILD for warm that .p".nl.111"now... Call Rar 11 PNIIIiq FINANCE CO., INC.

734.iiMI and aalc for Prad. Roma Owead for Home Pala
LOITi Vila fTTTtNOBCT7TTIWO 'II 1. Bard. l'tIo" 116.1111
rnllar Oantlt : A Cut & AccnurlnFIRESTONE and THKRADCN
r '''-l7lj. ORCOORI LUMBER 13 .........c..f" .
fb I'M OCCy MR.BOOMER. ITA06TBfi 8pB4Bw14ajc'IT

W 447 RXW IN \ THAT NEW RC: CLB2ki.MCACEI WA6 A KRWW. >3> ,.. TIRES HA lMfl| '''' W TtJRVn':

THE K HLB..aapx 2eN TIRE. BLVD.. AUTO FH. U4-41M Lire .
Or % 1 i w. rna AL AHAVB iHPI: ,.I. UTATIO pH0511 72/.1711 III N. Jill.... Phone '14.""
nwD 01 L BLVD. PHONE 734-1141
rb 1 d / ,-= (.. ,. 22 .Uk.Isttrlnl-Rtf1Bhhkai! J4 M..gIIt-S.W

b FLORIDA i. lllORH Tux ? TVtc..

n"Hf>/I.lTtr.Rf C1'NTTr.fI FOR 1MORMATIOKF! annul LourTanp
I" Bal4 Ptmkkaplna II.",... .
1301 I. New Tort Ara. 714-171
Hen MTimr.n aaa
117 m riMiHuithPhona
wawu + 0 E I'O'I'JII! ) ; ,Ie..OUOI blCLAND FEDERAL
"U-/1 ; 22A ".., Cn.,", ft CtrtiUc. Tl. *...In.. Loan Anaonjatlon' .
ADCLT' 114 N, Phone 714
Florida -lilt
A 0d -, Business Services

rI RIPAIRI and Live Stock :

In a k 5. S.clal S..k" DAILY' '
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,IW Ta t1nl S" 1.0NNELU: *, COX. 1 1671 K.: BOHREN TILE CO.
Than Th.ra <. Xnr York Av., 7M.
Fh.n 07HI DOGS aid Cata HK Moptlo.
V., Ixli' -.!'. 121 E.! Rich An. Phone '".UD'
+' Muk.a {/ i ...o-"o i Itl'AIMCarpintry ALTO BeaMlng. Aalmal Raaeu
T lOOT/MFAKAS rNUVn'B' .u Laana. 174A W. Mlaa. RJI 41144.Merchandise .
THOUGHT S 7HI TOWN lIMfS ANO| JUST POS4IIII i. ORAPTF:- r.Ton attar i w..kday.Sharpening Call N.. HorU 724-11U 23 JO p'rtat"' ",i

OOTIOTALKETfAllY I you'i> icrr! ;HiPomLy THOUGHTOPIOMWTHINO TOUR FATHER AHU.AITH006W. Jy1'f70N'1 flnlnhxl' hy -
801/lPnK. *
NAiN+ I Phnn 1 Service
'I ,nu.pu'fr.a4r1 Auy.iVJ Las([ IDOC Ra... at .anr. and all' tent
PICNIC ."".11.. n. F BUJbRAI
I AAfIlGTN6aEAR1 Ati4 bEGAtI and I.nrnam ... W. Thilrrh phnn T8 .444J 41 ArtklM fw Stb
GUK 10 = And f"H,'.".. l : --- PrintingONI
A RATHER ,, m..m" 1 an,. In SAW FILlOO- .
( 1 BEDROOM nrnlahai cottara larlixl -
134caMMDN f'I 'ALLYI (.0.... 'n* TV. IX on 4 ntonUl -
Cg101110NtMI ... h... the h.. D&L CO. DIAMOND MING at loan vatnai!
I :, >..irn 11:. N.w Turk A... T14-MM :r baat a t I n-iitrtilni rorkln chaira for 120
N w.nt.d at .. pu.t 1.n wal.eom I I H.nrt"nma "hahamft h... .
.In firnni* .a your prlntlnr oraar fromhua n ..'lx rnv.r.d
a 1yROMANCE Woodworking ,nita and paraonal card tomultl'thcvaand IIS WlLLV
tlMCI UNION N BOPNPART. PH 7 4.M41 full-....* dren* .._..1.1'1.... jkQI.ehl'ICku"d:
r W. Mfo ,,,. $ lara. fxr rail .*>U.if erndiran001. .
.11..*... r.u T BRED" SOFT. RATERHMAJ'R !Raw! Kmyrna B..II N a w as CO l.nana to lent 34.1411..
I i ynlt an ",I..d.I G.I.441 Prompt asrvdr, laG.taeuo0 ..
'nr il.hi* tat.s;,. BUY TRADE
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T. Park 14 ,.. .. .
Dnll-Ctlfln. B BLVD. Pk .. .4.
24 rnritt. sid Jvicn
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A so Ts! ME! BREAI.F4STI YOU MY ORANGE S 1riv. .. ADD SERVICE lhona II4.2M1.Employment. III N. IInul....... 1'11..... 714..111

DEMAND I4Y THAT' NI0{ JUICE, Pnarmialata ,ak* eara .f tmr TRY OIAOAX TaPtata formally
GOOD MORNING NEED A .a.rtpUoa ..0<1. u quickly" aaoi Dn..I>t.I). New aama same
t? KISS) LT TM1: : .iwa w I 11111. t ....nll.I". fornala" paly. II*. Ytluala PII....*
i. "p.rMnr' ... u.lllr.. a..,. 1.6COMPLETE
: i lit N. BLVD. : em lundrl.a ..".rl1ll.nt, as IS 1.1" Wi..-,..&..
1 1a well aa our Pkarmair aovaiorou
1yy ; 5.. had steam, meals tka (...... PIMM TO PIT OUR
{ r : APPLICATIONS NOW twin' uk.nfnr nnr ::N; THIMBUTYNER'S
R VOLUSIAPllARMACY"Tour Wait rn05a Good waftn, tI".. HARDWARE
Apply 11'r..on only' Norris'Bawuran4117
LOG W.1....' Amaen" N. Bird.POUNTAIN 5701 N. Rind Phona 7 4-I64T

.I SZTPLY011R >yt SORT LIGHT/. N Bird Phan. 734-tall HELP, ahlta-tomato: ; :- "OCEANS Of NOTION"
Net :... ..
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Nnnitns' .teak.. LKERS fall, Irma. (Innis Bit Luncll Itrlama k ra Fahrln 4' .
f' I Hldnl.hl ('mn I : : rmmtrr.E7PIRIENCID. >3t a Boulavard

/ IUt N. apul.... WHEEL CHAIRS I WAITRtt. Mnat LCCTRIC' STOVE lll.m. a........
M .. 31'. R..m.I'' .Ratannnt14 'lunar I iiwakara $11.00. i Pair
\ I IA IK FOR RENT OR SALEJ3earden' \.orll.! akaiM II 118 ma I IFnrtn.l
1 YVbm ",II.. N. nt t>*L iid Hwy 17.
''A Stamp alaa, II It.DO. Tel
Phone >*'434I for appnlntmntLADY
4tfTtnPIkTiYW a .A/l N..A11aI 734-M11 altar IY .
THR: Rnpi. : Drug Shop IAIV IITTIII I ..... a wall. t ONE .
Trrh. i.rn"to f. B. Maw Task ar>4 A1, .... AT* m. l011. rm. Vail 13117 734.0101 /101nIra t 11'.1'' 7 u'7to.aONthaud
*A\ Phaa 11..11 char m. Rood _.......,11110

rt'.TUeA$1tt* VBAI'wsINNIi I ROILED rh.... CARDS_ KAgTBR' and r In..ra tans for .aldarlv hoard ado and 4"" Ra... .. 1:11: ,ItONI .
tfiOIANEtwni CARTER: TOT w ., .
< r. ll't. .* -I.\ : :;: 1'AVhT 10'."" Mra. W. C._Puff. 421 N. '
MttVMbll KaHTER41IKTH : ...
A Loon hRIVIN EASTER: Imrn. Phona < .n.lleu.* Lavadromat I O.Mm

WLUEY1TN's Ff1ND iel........ IV rf'H ONE ANO All. iiH.: ar"L.P,, N. full or part II.... ONl.l
I TFEOR TitAA1B l 1MN1P DELAND SUNDRIES fan ......1 ,mating '0.... "rli. : ._._.....::...-,i n.eo
.* N. IILV[>. Ph... 1J4-I711 hots I Inn 7.r.lul ONE .

ItGAL 4'I OIRL ... H-ll Sn trala, fnrwaltrfaa KrialiUIra, AutomatisONEahat ._.... __J 11.05.,
1..... -
I NOTICE OP Appilsuce .' pnaltlona. hnura R p.mtit .'
'X CLERK, OP I am. K day wash. Apply hiiwrion Fnittilalra AutnmaHa
M NOTH'K I Id .' SERVICE Holiday oak Houaa 704 'aihar .. ..J 1101
b hal the ..J : ; Waih.ra APPLIANCE a Darns S Banta _S Rnulrrard.COOK ON1 -- ------

8 1'l.rk of lh. (' .",, 'BIO JOri.V T14-7UI WANTIDl t ...... til | am. Rrhlr.rat.p with bottom
f .. iiila. Ounlr. !"' Work "tin"..". ona workday ..rf. ." .__.-----........j nit
lath ilar ..I ... Thor Orchid If"" ... Apply l U aft.OPPORTUNITY 051
ha .Uaal knura af '1IIttill"- ,p/r Ilagiq. rnoon. I to liV Apt Elsa PYtfidalr
drop of the I' H.frIGantnr ._____;,111210
iiala. 41>iiniy. .' POE WOMEN ONE ;
? .0.11 aaA. 0' ...'..a Id. '\ and PAPER HAVOTNO dianlfI.d, ,. Int.nnttnr. prohtahle. ramllr. HIM Trl.alr..JllPIS
Thw at PEES HHriMATPN GIVEN '..rk full or part tI",. .ip.H.n ONE '
tr..1.1J; ltd t::t :: : Al BasIlar, T34-I1IX 731.171U ., unMrMiiiarr Wrl'a ATAHManav Bitra Vlra PXaldalra R.. ,
ha | d VIYTL .r Mra PVanrra H Snnw.P ..
'.Y a t aft aituat.JI"'OI/ :, -" n Boa 4U. *.. "" 'I..n.. PlaIXPIRKNCtD fr ENtatwithhuo ._.Uat Itri'o
as.r air I'.. 10.WIt: DURALITE :n. .. >..,. -
WAITRIa aaait .. Pt .iroof"Vrt;l'r'
r Fr<
a The Watt 71 ,. n" o.. I dsv ,....Ie. 14-14 a .... toa dalr Rrfrlaantor. I....... .
.n.' ,.., of ONE OAT roVERtMAlln 10.. Annty I I.. Mrnnn HMldarSI05h r nnrator A Rut
Hnnr. Tao N. RoulavarL '
fat of the W Banrala
lA1tlL/BAt0Ut7A00( 4 o eapX a ..E. V of *' ':: T.. r..I..I"ftY PANT"rf.roo .
t 'fouclawN T TO SPw I' "'u'", .. .VINYL I I. *at.r-r.ali 1&1 .. .. Total and Qnarantaat
aA f. that nrnvin>a ",*..I.." adhalna
"...ol..t OMAC rinaadnt.
PUNDa' and nnuallr *lflclaasaal.
unmanI to lha Ina _....rtl.a lnr all lha .. r1M for ... and n...d ...... Boulevard Appliance Inc.
loranlnaura .. re05tntrtlon. II la If M _: twnilltia-' In said' I .masonry"'." .11* .rt.rtl.. ion Samoa ALARY rim 5
of ..hi.II la Mid' .. and ".h.. atnirlurva. BELL MOTOR CO. fM M. Blvd. Phona 771.3151PULL
a Florida "1'1>"'. .VINYL "Id. rani fif smart
... Vflluaia. Ronflna- '' eul-nlandln.' rnilora nfror yon Ill TtrnfRlfH AVE IIU .0) IPRt1O and
? 2' :<< al ritfandania. h.nutr in .....d.. 1" Jo'ATTllf' ; nrnrll n1w, Susan
bat of ehirh, .. ;; l tart/nor SARI 'FA' [TIME' PROriY' .hl. ;:I.7:47
tI and unaual' durmhllln .
AR1.R: with Tupporwar rar n ,
WITS : '
1 m DeLand Paint & Glass rmrt Phftta, n. wrier Ru..rllRlrkar. I FENCE POITIIAbAND FENCING:
L a filial, ".' Clt .. OA J....., iu L&.dnla .
4r D; day March.' ttal" R. H \RTIN. OWNFH ''A Orlandiv Ha I II FT. UTILITY: LIGHT POLJlVOLUSIA'FEED : -
/41 11. Oxirda ...., Ph 7J4-ajJI I _
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d i iOVi HARRY. M H"N MURPHY. PAINT PEAimi: Clam I-4I4 '." .. I ..... I .111 DELIVER
A.Ml,..Ja..".k".ni for< ...".. ., W. Georgia. Pkona TJ4-14J1 MISS WANTED ta deOa tonatrvattna 14T I. Amelia Pao.. *5 4.113.

T.mDa.rkINM' HHrv-QM. Cm aoulpmn, and la wheathiary LIVE PtAPT. Portakia -
liky .duty dam5 t trurk. ;:"rII.Ray T*..*.rI.I" fit...... ..... .
1<{ Urkorlch, 1411 Daw
DAY Nuraaiy Wwk TChil41
i -- VOLUtlA i Can. I > a m. lo I M.:w Z7 NtIP W..tH-M.I. N f..... 48T S. n rlil. A..., "h.... TI44714IUV
MASCN tit E. ",. 134.t3AI or 734 ttAVI
I and CLL
or trada fop
HHIN9THATFtNC p1. TNESr$ A vmii. TII. Board' of *..* .kl1Ara at LOOl'BN -. waald. AIM port ...>d ward furnitura at Fakm
vtliiala *u aty. 1 .... waohRararaaeaa. ..... ....... "
RICNT rtCAP! mitre hide on : : iary aefcaot (Mao tinM pnrt.r. r.tlr.d man are.tarred. Anyttoa and TJ4-,* &
lit L CM) Apply Ie arrant Mtwara
rho OCNNA i IJOCCTUCM DONA NO 'Olllli [YtiImo. MaaURd a< Ito -
; '''1. to ko "' 1" am, and lam' at Rs MrRraautal SIGNS FOR SALE
HATS RIGHT OFF N, fprtn Gardaa *
Man II. IM4" Iukiy' c..tncterI
Yt*N060tN'MYt1TtlCIS ? rhool """' "..... PIrm.Hh.SHOOT HEAVY CARDBOARD
,,rth *ti>na ..... COOK
0110111 wanted.At7v4'
... .. I5c: Each
I da. .IUr.n. COLA HOMES' a."L (Un. '
m.i tko ofrtra .j lilt MUNTIN" ....... Sold. PM
uparlairnH.i.1 ft...... ('1. raM 7I4-tM "lIf. ,
: Eat., pp PVRaat
I Iltnaf: AltHTANY CHIP T a m. to I.l. Op,.c; ln.p* tHm. Da-
.L. Building Contractor m'. or 11* 5 m. t. ISIS m. I Lad a. ,f>i*.
J lc da den work. Apply In porno Roll.dsy *"

.. IN THPJ 0 1I ;A HKM aa* tl*. k....r. II ... Ca (ouLPyARrtaad. WIOCDrLJCXTY '
liar *. Ua. 'I'll.. TM TMa* .
Wl RT |M t* I p.m. Apply la pano. If. OF PARKIKa
I <>>Tvrr. / It' .., Hl.ak H....... 7'. N. Bird.S Phnna RE 4-*444CMABOI '

TN H\rHT: RR ESTITx"" :"' : a Montcoawy ".,. ft4.... Z! SILa11us WIIIfI4 Law Prtra IT aaa Tool aaj Apap P.aarra Yaw

a. ariawa.pyr T. all .r.4tira. roan 0.... Arwmat To4art
.... 0 ...... .... OINIIAL MNTRAPr05para. .
1 i a III Pnt1YATrl tall WORK, ,.... ..a ._ ,...
aaainit. ..,.. ... WI SUE *.. IttL Pea trail
P : : GEORGE PH. 714..... "/" ran Bas Mans 1It. .454.An
1 T.... .... .... d San ranttwr PVm RK4-IM f"*
_I fl... sod ... fnr i...... HALL BAROAIM
I any. ...1.... sad A. ......, c.tnct.n WILl. IK RARYtlTTINO.a lTOa& ,
I you. .r althar. aiivilxwMl.Phoaa :
MAIJIWO BTOrr.. ... ,JUO* BOOrUa1 ova RAT Kr l. m.wnxuja talnx. tha ... : i n PRKrvvi t 4CARPENTRY ...t..
Jrb. a animal. "' aVKBW HAMMHIRB 54Tr1.n "
Ib tAK.LLR411v.. \muMa (buaty, : .. W. DATH TM4M4 TODAY
1Wtf f1Ap4G1AAM) 100711 +fAvcA2ICALLYIET TINTCWJ fl4 sod'M I IJI
I I wA..4I O Ra tH 1I4 1*' cuePihOMIS r...., ( ... All C 11114. i 1atlti..I

MAD! c00wicccN rAR4tR I ll, N P0gT1a0p/e POR1a15E ArTc* A 041110 .".'......'10.rpiMtPi from tae 11' \ ....... eplrl sSNl I Send a 4e postal card,

MAJOR1.RFGUiN. AWF N D:11.arr TV4RVWPOMIUNLOMMIMKM* fI.maada ass CALL ALVA6I VAUO' I ....... _. write a letter, call RE
LDn>SeoucutTA6 Aa1PRY igTit-MGl TrfSDrrATrsalE to_ sad I. 'h. auck.L Idle i. AmaUa. loa aftar :
GUNDSTOLAUNc11 WdPIR OrAUJOPI1NAT1t f1111K! fAAr al MOO TUTTAX "..... .... Ita. ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATOfO I km. 1-3661 or at the of
i ..... rn. CARouiL4 fice take the that'ceasiest
MMNJSIS ML1001>S IOLA. 1rkvCE 1f MAW ri d .)f.. 4 Mt,*' a..t << try a.. way
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i4L dOULD too iIANfEDtiHAPNKSAN Don as ..M.*.. Ma.nand. hp aaNo pale YlMs i ;tM Ideal CARAD.DELN Mr .. for you to place

OAUAY'THB /'AAVCR POP 4Rb Eptaia .f AIR CONDITIONING 343 Waal Sent Pup .... you. own Want Ad. .
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I Business Opportunity Cespl. aerate ltar Chief Sedan

: Hi Nor* MttrmrfH .Full .Rawer, ralery Air UM run .fewer, Paetery Air, ANew
ProfitobU Home and Out Owns Baavty tike New
: ( ... : 'b4015 44f It ; j $3.250. 52.49-3.

| Alto Supply Franchise ...... .... ..... ..:

Available NEW 01 USED CARS I .. ... 1 Door Ha4.P

Opportunity to own your .cress TO SELL! rv and While tray and. ,YVkittintaMer. 0nr Ph/.0 avep Vinyl let**.p.;
I own bueineet and be independent BARNETT BANK RANCH. die W kaaatirul roll. Au1sm0.1. ....., AuIMlI, Ota Own. .r> Law
Inc land Harii. :- Hard Haater. One Owner M/Nq./

In addition to i Initallmant ..." t>..t 0n. AIR CONDITIONERS mad inn***, MTI par eon. Iii) lultnrfPleatura 1795. $1,695.'S2PtnttcH.T.Caa.$175..
iamout Fimtona lino at J t e.'"'. t* d ,.m.. Prldaya 4 ,..11I.Ie M ACRta. '''r ,","I. 114.1.. '
tine r ,..... LAX ACCItt "... II.IM ua.I .
you can make your I HOutlt i ly aura. Ilk ft. 'ss PI"tlee S..... $US. .
own trlertioR from over IMtWOdaaAOdkWOdaBaXMe k,.. 114.M

7.000 famous national .RAW UuINIl.I: ..i.i- .r-In. tnirn. 1, :11;l1"tell"'' mO OIlYtOUT iMPALA 4-11. SEDAN Ov r IS .1It... to rkoaee rr.... I reap OAW Warranty OR

brand borne and auto tup.pliei 45 RMBO Famti la.t i MK OIRTK. Baker. T14-K7I 50.415 and "Meatv\ ."nft.... I... ..., can Liberal TreeVa aid eeayeRloat ,*,*......

Phileo .pplia_ "pea. Au"e. Trine. Tutana Plnlak. $1 395
and TV.houMwarea NEW 8 ROOM 0... 0.".... _.........r.
porting fonda. MATMIR for year u.... .
la... and arden tuppliea, VMnilt/ .r Kteda. w* kav mad I
and ether fttt-moviai .wd B..ddlnt. Ltvlnt Room lalt**. I SALE.. OR TRADE WO VALIANT SEDAN S. BLVD. USED CAR DEPT IRONS TJ4-1ITI

.. M Bartal Pram, ,.,Pt .. "
liaec Ne experience retruired. MATHER THIS" "MOM Ni>e iWhl* t.otFnrd. "M*.t.r.. It,. T....... AnttHar v.r* $895
We provide necee.aery Irrtakler B,*t. \i. peuhi' alaan, MM*!, ............ *er _,.,
a' D.Lanl 0..*... 1'1..... Tel.... LaundryTun
training help you te. 141 a BLTTX Pleas KB 4-111 Louv.rK. Prylna 1'...... r>0.* fi a... .. RAMBLERI.
teet atoro location and wil, Cruet Tset. rioae tnPhonnlna US DeSOTO &.D.. SEDAN

Bitorea and offer merchanttiaitc poaamraAt .... Air Ba>* .. Pus; On Central Biie iJn Hint* andrkonl and. Puliy. l.uietd wit" Rams, "Mtate. H. TRUCKS

and promotiogalaatiataaeo. P...... RR4-eH4 Air. all .-"'.. "..t'IIh... lAwn P.WN ll taNo.,. P.w.c trak.t, $695 IN OR OUT SELECT C8EO CAM
Tlot.d **. Ant*. Trana. Ultra
Several eicet. Me.rclll4Mwv.u11GOOD GOoTTnNANcTNGFirst Ni... Y.. a sit ass tills ene at-.. 021 W. trxrrrMrtYIbTOIV JACOBSMOTOR
lent locattont available this O New 7tmt-QiMr4 Clrturt. l r'4 5 NIrOLD'fh'I10

IP EALB Carrier txdualve, mcnrtof till J'HnNZ 110-1111 HUCHRTSUISIOANMaa ALIO TRADfc; 'F m.d.rwIPIl NcaJ.l\tr: SERVICE

. further information, UOTOROL/ complete refrlgaritlen cyelt Builders Corp. ,.*..... atrln. .. .Pawar ...k... 5145 Umee4(or .la I."rod.ulld.r M. POff C MI a, atvo. P.. RI .-..|
. with 'Inrtinr retponta ter the Ill P. rU>RIDA AVtPKA.VI9 ; Air C..tlltll..t. A"t. 'rp0000.MNN .. $ EM1.A Pbene 114.411L awv.
WNtD. HOWDY'S MUSIC SHOP RE4-l>:i Iau. IIYN.w 595$5iO5 Ins .nc. 1111.
U Creel belt cooling possible alas 7/n. A Real 05lu.Car, that I q, a
4 Dlttrlct ManaftrFlrailani ild N. Rlvd. Phone' TJ4-41:. virtually' ollmlnatel "nulMnce" SAFE INVESTMENTS te 0....... __.....e A. M. KEAN ASMAIT PAVING .

I SPINET PIANO cell common to ordinary rer K<. It E.t.t. ftrfiktr fl..1116 IsU WlBf, eVvfJlM. knIca

Tire tRvbbtr PAMOUa. ", .k.. "' nc.rt "".111... nvt and one hi If ....... tw ....dmom 1urOIDULSTATIONWA'aON.
Loral pert wut..eed erdlc can frieratlon units ..,,"'.. Una h" Csd)5) and "Ko15r, 1 ,lIft" I. $500.00DOWN
CtmpoMy Mva .v.r I1MM and rinanra atire will eaerttlr, 114 wrmi .. rd
"", .Iftln. ...l,.nr.. To lo.aiMft O New Mkremtte Cemprofer ,Trtnimial4n ma. Air'ta...._ m& O&OFFICIAL'S en IRIS! IMM M "... witk .... u .....*
111 L.. Drawr "W without noiiaatioii, write Bell e..nww..w. .
Wt Aee.aJ.eks.nv1111. V. m. Offica, Je Ua Pleas Co.. enether Carrier .xduilvt, Realtjr 1 .Company. ::, meCIMr pO.rI if lr.a.-: IeSrth MM eUet Hew Tort. ATO.7S ...

PI*. JnMn. MaPIANOS for RCl.A. Lot ..I
,Pntn. IL4-1414, hat tremendous capacity 11t N Pleonc T.T'

ORGANS Ki aced MM and Kht weight. CAR I
303 Overhill Drive
$1000.00 lap |Mt ar ...ItN.W
THOMFHON MCtIC COMPANTUI : which make the unit Meal for .
Voltipia. AT nyt. *..ackep
na Garden Hills
attic and rooftop it well n one Spring Wilt, lest "a and peep fa.IH t"
1'U PLYMOUTH ISIS I kdreoma. *'tlkma t SIOPORO11t/. Miae 10 .tew*.
41 trie-ground. Intlallitkm. BtAUTIPUL' 1 RR. C liloek Horn .1e'r.: ** at onlv 1.1M oonJMeVWlTt.'S.SL 4-llU
Article hr Sal 47 .....T..YisI.' wltk. 1H hath, larp LlvmiKi Le./.d With Inwa5. Lea ,..." 1BN At"'.' 0011... : ) petoIs4.I after 4 PM. n
So Quilt It'111M "neighbor. 5nv!
m. MitlnaAm.' Kltrha'InSheeds P05 III"? or lal. Pmill Ia1.
BININ4' TAILIIii. S rnalr*. Itt hood-approved." Capaeitiet: 2. of lunhnarda and Bulll.n HARRY F. EDWARDS '' 1.' 5 ISSwet a' IM
.a takl** and anatrktnc. teals DELAND'S LARGEST pen.. and men Oil" .Sal h.M- Lake
... .. 2 and 3 tons t.rm. For .. $600n. ..... "Mill Oertle Ad.DeBary .
tiki* R on M.. 714-4117 'A City wood llnnr*. .ocln (t Ilraal w Ih Save of Afnaa
ELECTRONICS .nun ''''''"' It..vuru" Ia..". nteh ,
two twin bad. camplate. Includ. com Information, coma Inl .'Sped Int ,Ic LAN ., fl. ho"'.. loom or MuiNpd, _flal.oa"_ Real Estate
tog fetadhnard. and bed SERVICE CENTER Sri pel5Mrn., U'. worth tt.prur. .
eta fc. .oea .t 121 W. Falm.ttn. .< .t 1IIIIfL Trine by soul 1 se. MOIe, Memo, .Ian.: ttll
ENAMtL TOP Eitanilnn Table, MOTOROLA Frierson's tak a Inok' at this .*. today .M Can Carry A Full 1 Year Inns.penis, belt Mater nee' .4ne.r w.l. 7* awl btal & tMitn

dttrl wod lit Taole toe nil f Atl* Roy Louis C. Meyers Realtyrr I and drv r R J. Burke li| ;
ilv.rtnna TV |;L t,,* N. LoavlttAv WE SXRVICV't'It alAKXS OW warranty! A.. 14.!"...III... U.
.. Ul-im < tile t I I
or raU after a. IncerfertlcifOI BClud.RMLne4. .trr&na
D&H T.V. Ml K.
Ornir Otv ern ti4-T4id ... EV: *. III-IMI I FISHERMAN ...,Uy. PLA. ,.. MO Mat
14 DOueit-MUNa window com TV. BENTALiOlaa Netlsj, Air I Vim, MOOIPInl' I kedrofiai Cat
,lit.1 tram. and *oBfrtrrnlnt LeonardTMe : .It.I.,. OPEN HOUSE II...... I yere old aa ,ladiaa RH.r. 7U
itani H Banarontia a. Flariea, tail. Iittta
Aim > Itll. "*
vn iian
Craaiie Mrt>lace
tile kaik.
All In .o..d cend. Rear Ito W. N. ......11. Puns TI4-.N/ template I ft*.. I NitkLart iwrt oat kouaa with ,i i.t.r ;
Pnnvhanla.Sinter ;; I Car Otrat J aulahtai REALTOR'-
T.V. Italic Tulsa Elartrnl Burs Efe aantanl ram
Puntad Nat and AlrOnd.flea Vx.t. PECK
p1.s at dleruat prtr.s. Prem.itlaelrnle. to ..II fc.cauia el II
Slant-O-Matic I t11.4 a NT. 7Wan0 Horn.111.000.Vv>d L eatlea MaleS fumiM.d" er .nfurnlaka. DePary pkan* NOI-Ul

Lilt t li.. eat y.... ell Fully .'t.tft"'Ie. OUT TNT 10 II .1 UK R. WoAdwiH Ara.M. 'HDSYLteelt'PLYMOUTH I 714.0141. Bra..k Offlt KO1-4114

Tkl. markln u*.* twte R. PdH?IPt.R. Kniior I
k.dl... Mwen ul'""" monofraina YOUR R.CA VICTOR GMt Cae4 Befrlgeralera, ad D. EARL LAWRENCE I ..'" turlikd. air 1OM11I.....

maLa. buttonhoUn. end DMALK* loa.... -FE1CED TO IEWOXYNII'S Widow Will Sacrifice ....Ir.. $3.900.*! Balance f ,nrv, ttttchN.RAW dim I1J Cell M,new or CALKINS ELECTRIC MODIMN, anma turnmklnaa II it*. Valmk Mdty'i MM Pr,|r...l,i Datltr till.W 1I4-OII Blvd. ':.raUndTkon tn-IKI UNUIUAL i B R". iw ko.. t.rri
FURNITURE, 'Inc.m ir.d. 1 NR F, CR., riaRM. a* aaatral lt aad air.Automotive .
*4v | m< 'r.""* for 1101 Hem It."lim4 ,.... 7J4-MJ9 c.- .
*our nld mchln This went .. klt-..... and dlnltiear.a. ie ROOM HOU'la1l'" au ..,..N
w. New. vem AV MI 4tmaartiaatta 1 Mif75. Se101y.
liit ,hint, rail, now Inc fret horn ,.,_. aiorMe Km. Fruit ir.aand et 41 h'
1 trial. 7.14SZ42MALI. Repairs On All Makesof hmr.htrT douhla k>U Phone'-h:: lltn*'
C 724.1415. 3>l d. Ptit.r.This -- -- ....11. (-"..,... nwa.r l'1I. "'....,
WALNUT DropL.t taMe' Radio & T.V. U .. at ....v. ad. ".**.. Plim. >* tl4-4 ai. *
1 Tia Cart Mahtitany GarnerCaklatl Week's
Hanitnr: Lamne.CHItT 61 A,.,..... Bargains! I WELDINGMAOMINI .I1t".t pea.rt Al' ,II'n !
C Coldr T.V. Specialists KKOHHAtaoNTie w. e. arjLLETBOILTER AI 10111.
teE They and Pelt IDEAL POR RtTIRIOl' To rloiaan .".... OF .1144. MOlftl 10 Artaataaa Far Sill
'fK RPPALP: "CHOP' lalaa aad tarrtaa far Curtla llatkaa ON1lII ="! ,.. **lt. plea I I."c.'R. voniol*'** CALL All ...nlTI JlO N a.1..Qi:.., PSnn.:111.1111; '
111 Cc. .A",.". P. t* lurnland.. t* TV. *ndaulomati GUENTHER'Staa
Phon. RE4-il: oI >- ...h... oil kat T'alM 55.. see
OP. DRAWIMa Very .. In wltk sultcir and Stan Itvinc. Ndreim; ,, dM'L'I: : ', 17 .
awid <>th c, ar.iicUa. Pkaaa I* 4-ITI1 trail ROOM located 1t rioor lit Arartmnt.Aorta SIN* $.to.. Goad. t...", .. It .dMlNd.PARTIALLV RON & WOOD WORK Penn. 714.3,01, tATB DOLLARB AT HC'lLLIJI':
.TAuction Barn. 1'i Vll t .ourl.MLAND 1. Ul W. Oeawito fV K> -tnl TO atTTLI laTATIi BILL HOLLER MOTOR
ttftodRoad."kRllKV rUMMIIHtO." closet" I IN.OnsIIIAInIMnt :
More Color Programs M' .W rarvuxd A.le.Waat" .""."iHR,(, Kutatda ntr. I* lite.I.M : FHA FINANCED Ii ki OIL wall furaar. eel .. ail KM o-4 '* | SALES
I'K.Bkalanoa I7t
145 .......... inonik. .v."i: ;
|4/ M. Mellymum* ea* mill IRAN. ETCR BEroltE.! ff.w R..-aUIU '..11.1. unfurn. Law, 10., lew dewS rnI.t4., 5U. Rrttl IM..t004. ....... t4-1IM
/epnied. cei HIM. fnvintodht.i.r TRY ZENITH FIRST 11.4..4yes will lone | IS I_ and II" 1.amova. '
t.. ulna l Norp. *.* WHO ||,oo. Caak. 005 WIPJ1O;: month M peso 4 tvoor eutsmerIe l f M
diver with heir drier Nuchp1ant BOB'S RADIO & T.V. h... Only $77. per re". lAkti.l Cellos: I.dY51.oo1N .. plus' ft 'C. SILL 111414OTA
flier Nmpl4. (110,00. war MMeuu FRANK I. SPARROW Ie su llII.d Stoop arar i > aaat I* Atkaaa
1117 N,. 144 W. RICH I'HC'If1l: 714-noel Lilt MK AOOUT. Moms with ad.itlnnil +w 4 are el $4 'ihoara
.11I. TiUurnl iM l'I..t. raiaia *rti.r, Tk TaI I NIW t BR .. f. _| dllnrwiat :erwtNMpat.aad 4
Fs pAc Hem. O. ('dmMntPd line a month inroiiia, now r"UA.IIY ....... .. rawp $1 41141. .
IKNITH: 1' All .11K'tJ'I. kxrl.s .h1..tnr
kvin, > Jit Mid .
t. H.w Torts Av..15 Meal l Ied. Ices ta mi>k "Iroptero'
aI4.IM ie. rurnuhIXM ".. 1" 37 Buick
Move partmllr
I. 'al.L CS.dlethem -1r.lnnPet. and 4..r Smell peel Ill X Alpa < Oood.NTmA.w1U central kt .trl M finer*, -f'I15A0'ye..7''T*. .
41 A. J0 I W. Rick; t5,714..1 ?.4*.?l..4, (.:"hildr.*--* aomatad. .Fit.- -... AI... M> anoiil ttia will '1arat 4acraaia *.'.a III e*> Klaklllkiar. A"JI.aIM. i. kiiokaa. tr A.%n.dr pfiYour. "'Pf'J: NAS TOP fed** Pull adult.uid .
ttora. .
Jiwetry ; I h... .left at IlK HP'S .. JIIIRI\ _.. .$100 PER ACREITHII ,, fea11lel 41.144 IAA0.1
It f awar It lpmeeilyowrm iNPUNNIBHldLj 0t. Ca. end lt : LOUISE CLARKE Plse ...7'f..1fo 7 .. wori .ht>t *" -
AwoP ,
WATCH ratMlrina1, ace anartalfyCone uta witk carport r <-luAn Vat.r *md kifkwar: Trontat lakta, "" :
la for a froa .. Td. ........ add rafnoratoi1. Ill .nmd anA .. s.nt'wt ....h.. r N. Ha>,.. II ''a1M I I "0I00 i.I >*in., Ota ri,<:;rl.nlrtl : d, 'A.r.. for .,iI r liMMi. .. .
ttJ WOWTR: &U1
MOOIHN C.a. Mnma, I $ H I
ere Jlar. 181 Nw Tark B. MlnaMota.PUP.N. < A
... 4 11:11"1: Mtha .Price Mora 111.00 teI31.IMX .. 11
.. ,
Cp1Rt1AN TISIP10HE15 : PUSH. ?my .Ire I p11. All with ...>d tarps :,: AP.1I111:: 01. /dil4 CkM: I* H'iH Vno"l. 1. PLPo.15. : i1/. .
: I
42 PIMtt Eq..ea1-S.ppllal CMAIM SAWITALTON"S ti4 mnst5,loM, .Adulte. Alb N.. PS. Mrs. Alva C. Williams 'Jra.... ('I,,. JOSEPH S. PECK dll a. II... w '114I", ", ,,,, 'Md'PLVMOUTM' Pun Conf.rt.IKM .

IM K. .... Paaee RC! IMNr ram.. "vr. HousS 1121 Mlnt.P. :.'n..m fkB4 iir<. 411 TI4-w,IIIOfrira Mdirry Well Furnished .l1l1.fI)a: 'h'.. rtcro" '100 ACRES *.*,*.ooid Bi.***nae Ceeiwande. /-.. .anala.
.rD ....rt "lilt Pree.50l5. .,. /+ MM, 11. M. "'.I..notlv A... P*... ( ..*.. l.ata. jawIP
... .. .
Black and Wklte ... ('et.r.GLAND ft. TVBRT" BATTBRTITR'AJT Umwe ai Daley Camp 114 TWO an at. TV la "* Um IN Ik, pall ef ......... "1154151' T* Badie ,t.h.

CAICCCAHOT.: '. tAa00 MOWet palls A iervleeMOWER UmeROS.nd IMAO. woturt AXftAna. Which One Do You Wont eat.kilrkaa.: eak Seedy p..,.4ar k.: ee ta lattritat.road. Alrunn14.4. ., 4rseIIip.W.,11415l t a*4. e>*t.. Lta"':= *195D0illitN
141 N. 11x6u REPAIKB
MOWARTH tEeet.e.4Ternee hem. AA/un.d $.. Ida room, eamaiataiy. furlkd, ki e lIIe'CUJIfD
B. iNN Hill aad K. Assn.41 Uoll.| REI4KII.NICILV /ROOMIA4LMO NPIN150. $12,000.HARTSOCK air nindlttoaad. /brnp: .lot. lend. d lor Ities' *" *' **'ludirfi U" If. al... fi..,,.,
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AdIttttANTIQUES PHONE RE 4-4737 era pad aloe .IIIIarIl. Pa.114iom valnaKl '' B evtlfu
''' / / I BR. ken**. REALTY ......
yard and *rkf* I ROOM I NAma.i n-1 U1,1 lot tSeTWVlll.HARRY .. H Trdtrl-TrtJd.
121 E. RICH I**>W._ falvlil. lflCOTTAOI -,Ito.mlullS. ._ .*.*"' ** lit R. V/luda Oraaf rity ''''"TI''UI.' tart I BH. Miwialt .
.... ... tgSip.llltTySr71N wIli .
rumie. iuu nar 00 nik. Ph. A..... ... ..1 Mal, F. EDWARDS
Cents Koa4lyTMC Inr rant aultahla foroxunl 2.Ipw 1rapls.e, air, reed far- HYOllAUL.'. LIP t.ll ate ash t
// ant / YSQIhNDATI..C11APT *. t ania. '..*tw aad ..afiirn. I ROOM I 41 I lit. M E. MARSHALL"aae l iini. araa. nai ,.:;' Mint ItMlInf et iMa Ir....10. Ills )
: Camnkor Traa Atl.tiM ..... C. IAwt.. Ml &. JOHN etkr lissome. nIne Mll,( "* tall: Vi Mrs ani Ul III at. 11,1t1it\:
Oranle l .
Clint Olaa. Furnllur. Art III M. 11M. t5ei ..4-1411 Mlnn.**.... A..., Orana l'"". 1'i l.t K vatiiaie Ary-. raaia Cltf twit / araie n"ltloa. Hit I) uf. T7-Ma HI/ ep fll-Tui"1 )f*rik ataae / .'. IfrLaitC.-
.** Mandl erart.wait fkoae m-t* ll4.IM I
ltp.t7:. LOVILY Purnl.Sd .._. 111rend. T POOH 4 keAmom 1H t III let ;
aide Hlwr. 114-HM The ALLEN-WHITE Co. Mnlral .5.11.. innate p"" tarita aad vnrliakaa' I I an. MmiM A 4 Me M.n t* Pape Real Estate WI ll.\.it'rr $ H '11uIq.MpusswrMtlALLIN'S .
HIM "'>." Utalloa.'jftranaaf 011 *..Ha ,- I (
44 I.. Apna'--; I.. W. Indiana Dlnea' 1II PH. '1 -:::.- rUMNiaMIO bee .-twd.aiOMOOM ; M.a*,. .! .4f. wild'' ..M. r,.. NVIIT. in, ..... rViAda, *.. Clifton Timber & Realty ,",1rft. AtlOiWXffT! bSCAZI
Am.4. fl4.015 I ROOM I MdMom l... let in.. Wafk taluae (re w, Callt.t
"M.nn.l ItM t t n" ;;i-: 15. .: .
rn4rerm MIn4 M CRTICB .
reeme r = LAGOS I S .., KI W iMlld.Pwane '
. : YA PW14. Pb.iilTl5NN
Tea IraFRIERSON'S ROOKICKEPrsO rPPLITII.T7M ; Pew ..,.'1'1I1..4. Me. l'tt Z. kMitia r', ?i*.BIt ,,. rm. ...,*....>i pert.S. .lartakitrkan per Hjl ;tl aad d*.*ery. Ma-elM.
we.TINOYOCim: Ml and air ViiSM fi.117 I ';;;,Inr.r"th.II Zi :- -lakaT
... M 'e *ndy lot lull 4 I'Ienltr ,,,, Tl ACRB uftovn.\A'" II. Is U' Slobs .111.
I |nruml.h.d Han** 1 POOH\ 1 men'''.e51 fI t U. MtIINrne w nAh/s,4; ..t4. "" ., :. .71Ia; PL 55 .....11. 1.1. lelr c..
TRt / teed !c 'alien. n4..ers1.4. and preprn __ / e"' ."i IMP._ ,,')., GAIt-rtr.R "oil .T5 Cell. W. ........ An ....... _
:: J'rJ'1" BAUMAN'SDeLand r"d'IV. ; *rli.n IT' m.*ta. '1."" !! 011045 T"'I"-
C : Trl.IinCI. TIIee.. U4.IU414. .U"l LARGE2nft"Il M'E
N. Pled. PM. .e .am I ROOM I twdfMra HI 1111 lot ALMOST of Mlliilh. .1 l MACK HUTCHISONAOTO .-
4e6 uaco RLFRIfLRATfCCA : Office Supply GEO. MARKS SCHOOL"Dl aarataeerkholl.atrl t.**. end an lawn arm!.... wilts I5I1 ON Waiitlfnlrr' landwnfMd .rn... 71 ..., ern,. JOT Sil .f TriO BPIIOLITCRT

BUIHIET PRICCI. 4>oedrarf.nttre 1-111 ...... jr'ttadnrrnn.n.P.4.o:4mall'"'J. lot Tnl| hall I* ,Imm.nlrl.> 5"4I1.SI4u M t. *l 4 PWa* Si 4-4411
*t_. lit \>. N.T A... 111 M. Rill Peace RR atw/N1et I Md. dreo wll irttf w1N rer ANy raee M4oe.WAJHTRt I katk.. ramilr r nm. In *raaaeCtatral i15 parS lu ... fI t UI WM.M aiONOOM WOMC, ria. B..etnod. In UR. *M dlnlnt ar** old d .nit .,.. Mo.*e at III. R
IU"AII .........,artIII. "tm,froc. f? 1I11A1TI Sme. 1Stm4 11..11.', .It.Q./ don 100M"... '''_. ... nnee oedHM.00I, atra lam wMhtr rOs.rIoM *ndrr <.. bin: .A... ,.&U. I..... ae PO. $14 ...t.M1M1SNppllllIlau0'L ( '

and DRTXU 14DELTONA 1111 N. BIr" 1'''.''' 11.4711 COTTINGHAM REALTY wilts .,_.... Prl*.d" .. "' aedlaleter
I ROOM I kanliwM II 1115 let Ii4.aa* PM eM5tm4N NH I 1/111
"a '1:11'11: COHOOM .. / ,
NURSERY TWO furnl.h.d I kmi .
WHAT TB 'ELLFOLSOM'S .mid ": ;. 17M M. Mlnmoia > or..... Cane Road 441 R 111... PHoo. TI4-I7TI_ itMcCARRIERREALTY n UH "*?* e. ...1Ni15
M. ii*... .... INN n. m. mn 15 I** mars. 5'.l| 1141141.XCITIONAL. $11,211.500111N4.N5 BV OWMtRt I re. "..AS,,","" M *t *.Tl'I."...... tr4lf..

TOMATO r-LANTt (Marllohal k4oma One ken IT IM M rerewrt end 'Uas.CCP.4I Le4 .11 'W'. ...... .... '11..,,,, NORWOODPaUed'e f 4400 PNN0Af0O"tNNAI0A..
JrnI' won ItWD10 XA iee 00 land mi B. ye* ""t, I to 4 0.4-Am. nort... l Ce-etrr stub .".45. a lit Tit jr. rttt ritr..OVILV .. VeLend.
.. TI4-II44. ttifi.:wiV;;. 10054 M4 ...,....* / i. Jo 4. River* Pies
GaT'Aal4.rtt Nc. Torts" A. Ptioti" _... iMutr U'.1TtI. 'ILeN1POOH1P40l I BR"Tm late. rMienlBlnrn eatk lame till and h......

... I5"'UIf ,...... 's0011"Pin I ATTINTIONi*. Man Pnr7 maaar..avaliakMS nnweOWMV IIIW t le 15.,_N.ww_........r...P.. A"Hams.An41 ""... peel! 4NII15WwimrlM now. Nem..WamAweed IOOHM it*. ">,<..*.. .Mew Ii01.N1 R'U-H slidet miwk "00.4 N0.et1.*'ootdeMk HOMESITESa" 44 0 rr., .M RUMAfOUt Nr. JcSoie witk tilt,1.441 tra1.'

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CL I. P\'IRTAIU '1'.". S I yard bade. cal 114-1141 e14IMt. .T Cktemndai, 00llel: ru.rk 115.1001sN00/N fmAT I'M *)ir. fool of klekoav.1:1( 004 1,100, M.1I Ib1T
I ROOM I ....""' n I IM. ... AAtY fr h011A1o. er e t ELLANDftpOLENB
$59. .e. ''' 'bolls7I .5 list hK.. .. lit I."Jtll.r--i .mIN M ..,. t14Ne4e spas a "" 'J.oi:: .. ..
ANNUALS 1,0.141 peer 0NtS. "irROOM kaw nm'ok ,. :.
ROSES & ...NS odor of I. Ne. I'*t*>* 10rrlr tUd,
.*e 1M-4I4I *r tl4dt4i.I FOR J19.500 l paw r* MMirob Tn avail ..t I44d ft;:.La*" PTa.tiiaoT 11..". II. ilrSft,' IW.-.
DAVE BRIDE NURSERY I ... C... t ......... IM 5 IM 001Mime M* I-.11 114-441*. .
; Nn..I.r1MU15 Ctoaa.Mt 4 BEDROOM 2 STORY t_ Hew tw w tIU'-IIII.. TIIII,,. w.*>ia,
txxiTat n ?/o6J t." Bat W. Tearkie PMee RB 4-414 ail 1C '''. Oraaie .,
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( Jackson Unanimous 84114.20; WINNER Will ,IHeetAllenWhite

! .' ,f Whites TofFour Reds, 63-53

I : 0, HALLANDAtE (UPI) An unidentified bettor Thursday
won the largest layoff in American horiermeinj history-Mi ",

114.20 at Gulfsfream Park net track. .
Small Pick : '. the winning* ,surpassed the former record of 79660.30 members of the White with 11 each. Also in double fig
{ College paid to Joseph Mariano, a bartender from Waterbury C' M., tallied in double figures last urea was Bill Livingston with 12.
at New York's Roosevelt Raceway Nov. (, 156.1. night and a second half spurt Tom Schultz rounded out the
The big twin double Jackpot here .evolved in a let of For CrownAction gave them a 63-53 Men's Basketball scoring with eight.
circumstances in which the winner only had to pick three of League win over the Reds High scoring honors for the
NEW: YORK (UPO)-Lusdous Reed was a second team All- Boutin, .a ll-foot.5 senior, was the four winner to do it. in action at the Junior high gym night went to Butch Merritt of
Jackson of Pan American and America last season and also the leading scorer on the first The payoff came about this way: Roger G more with 15 points the Reds as he connected with

Jerry Sloan of Evansvllle were rates ss a prime choice in the team with a 300 average He First the 70 to 1 shot Scattergood won the fifth race to in the City Tournamentof on the night, 11 In the second 18. Also in double figures for the
the only repeaters on the 1964 NBA draft. He Is 6.foot-8 and scored 788 points this season pay $142.60 in ,the win poolIn the Junior Youth League half topped the scoring while losers was Doug Richardson

United Press Internationalsmall has a career total of 2,231 and grabbed 377 rebounds the sixth race Col. Engel $8.60 came in tint. Only 21S moves into the finals tonight right on his heels came Dave with 10. Ronnie Moyer chippedin
I college All.America basketball points. He also earned a repu. In addition to Brock, the second persons had live tickets for the second half of the twin, the after the regular season champion Hincemon and Clifford Hood with nine, Ken Starling added
team announced today, tation as a reckless rebounderand team consisted of Bob Caldwell eighth and ninth races. Enterprise quintet rallied' eight, Junle Allen hit five and

Jackson, the only unanimous finished second In the small Paine (Ga.) ; Willie Shaw, In the eighth Inltadas won at $111.40 for a $2 win bet in the second half to post a 39.22 Brian O'Brien came through
Choice of the 35 coaches who college ranks to Ernie Brockof Lane (Tenn); Richard Tarrant, when the first hone across the finish line was disqualified for decision over the Florida Military BASKETBALLRESULTS with three.

,comprise the UPI small college Virginia State, a second St. Michaels (Vt.); and James Interference.And School. GRABBED LEAD

ratings board Is expected to be team choice. Allen.. Arkansas .AAMGators.__ _, only one ticket holder held a twin double ticket with Tonight's action Is scheduled The Reds Jumped oft to a IT-10
one of the most popular prospects Inltadas' number on it, The bettor, thus, collected the entire for the DeLand High School gymat lead at the end of the first perIod -
7 o'clock when the undefeated but an early rally in the
National Basketball pool48411420. .
when the .y UnltaS Praia lnttrn tn nil
Association holds its annual Eye Track officials Bald the lucky bettor didn't pick the ninth Allen-Whte five will tackle the second quarter brought the
TRI III Y beaten dub Whites to within two at the half
1rart.! race winner correctly, but didn't have to. once Enterprise Ace TaurnamaM, ,
At Nn.l i h N C.Flrtt
Jackson and Sloan on Officials could not identify the winner. A victory for ABen-White RoundCl.mton a-26.
Joining SEC SluiinChampionship
Reed But they' noted that it costs $4 and up to sit in the Gulf. would give them the tourney SI Maryland 51 In. the third period the Whites ,e
'the of Crambllng first team, Steve Nlsensonot : stream clubhouse and $2 to gala admittance to the grand title. However, If Enterprise can Rake Duk. 1 Forest* North 70 Carolina Virginia St 10 41 began to rally by outscoring the ,

Hofstra and Jim Boutin of stand. This year, the track added as annex and charges only snare the victory it will give N. Carolina SO S. Carolina. 12 Reds 17-13 and took a two point ..
lead into the final
.Lewis and dark. $1 admission.And both teams one setback in the Teas. Tach M Baylor S"Txaa quarter '
the $1 section was where the holder of the winning double elimination tourney This ACM 14 T I* play.
From San Marcos Tex., the ;TUSCALOOSA. Ala (UPI) tickets was sitting. would force the tournament into 'fit.,. 17 .....tb.... Mrthnillit .9 Hincemon swished home 11 of
It's football ttmeilt! t.n .III. S7 Jackion 81 II
foots, 240 pound Jackson The Southeastern Conference another game that is scheduledfor B.ton Hall 101 Uiwala M his points in the final quarter as

;scored a record 1,690 points in will Tomorrow go ,en night at Municipal the tight swimming jne<< moved Into Its Monday night at 7 o'clock in "Now.11...York... 1"IT.S T 74.i FnrtHiam. Christian St the Whites tallied 22 to put the
.three yean at Pan American. second round ,today with defending the DHS gym III SI Ball *t II game on Ice.Richardson.
, Jhli season he averaged 24.1points will Stadium be back and In the adieu griddors once champion Florida holding OTHER CAMP NOTES .In last night's action the, Enterprise Bowline t..nll.tra". Orson H. rat I* P.Pnul Pot... II S* fouled out of the

J ', and 188 rebounds per ,onto. f the'lcad. team was paced by the Pan Anarlraa. 55 McMurrr II game for the Reds while Livingston
,again. In'tUe WynmlnaSi L'tah 77B and Hood left with five
game.\ HOtVIVM'.thI.tIme&laeal. ; only hwo'events'of the 15 points of Danny Braddock: Nanarana II Errs Bapt. T4Nyark
"''CINCH DRAFT win be the first round Thursday night, and nine of these came la the Mil. 41 Oordon f fouls, All.three left In, the fourth
AH nine NBA teams have spotlight.The Florida swimmers won two Koufax May 'Improve'y second half. Alto in double fig I Barrlncton.. INn Tl II Chits Blmluin C.(XJ Blhlrf) I*7kln period.NEW
trailing J annual Powder Puffs first places, and captured two urea for the winners was Corky SCHEDULEThe

;past two years and RedoIloItz.'man content will pit the members other positions to rack up a Stowell with 10 points. I! following is the new schedule
the New York scout, de. of the Trl HI-Y and total of 2T points. Alabama and LED LOSERS Suit which will be in effect for

scribed him "as a cinch to be KeyeHe dub of DeLand Vanderbilt, tied for second, had United Pr... IntirnitlentlThere's number of victories and on my None of the FMS players hit Might the' remainder' of the season

drafted in the first round. Blh School In their yearly only nine apiece, while Kentucky bad news today for ratio of walks this year," added twin figures. Vie Crawford led TUESDAY Browns vs. Redsat
led had three and Georgiatwo. the with eight! points and 7 o'clock and Grays meet
Sloan only a Junior, gridiron battle.Admission National League hitters. the major league's outstanding way
Evansville to the nation's top for everyoneWill No otbtr school had Sandy Koufax insists he pitcher of 13. "I lose six of these were tallied in the I Whites at 8.30.:
may Hit HooverNEW THURSDAYReds Graysat
ranking among the small col. be U cents and all the scored should be able to Improve on more games, but if I'm lucky second period Scott Armour followed 7 o'clock and Browns vs. test
leges. He hu the lowest scoring prlKMCiit will gn bite the Florida's' Bill Crobln won the his 1963 record, when he won I feel I can win more, too." with seven. I
Whites 8.30.
average-13.5-among the clubs' funds for their work 1600 yard freestyle with a timeof 25 of 30 declslonl."There' FIFTH IN CONTROL FMS took a first quarter lead at :

"top five but his coach, Arad throughout the year. 19:25.9: and Ray Whltehnuse room for Improve. Koufax allowed an average of of 9.8 and; increased this to 1811 YORK (UPI) Com :MARCH''o'clock'and 17 Whites Browns,vs. Reds
7 play
labeled the Moot A Victory Dance will follow ,. finished' first ,and Charles King win at, halftime.
)IcCutchan: ment until you every 1.68 walks per ,nine innings last 'mlssloner Walter Kennedy of 8:30.MARCH '
Grays at : ,
In the school l cafeteria. second In the 400.yard, event Enterprise came to life in the
Jltar "a complete team player"Steven the Los Angeles Dodg I .
game year to rank fifth among the the National Basketball Association 19! Whites vs. Grays
another Florida second half with a good
i Nlsenson, the smallest swimmer finished ers' ace southpaw explained in National League's control pitch and some tight defense. The101l'rt has heard Tom Hoover's at 7 o'clock and Grays tangle
man on the squad at 6,foot 1, fifth. an alarming matter' -of fact ers. In seven of his 20 com hit field dory with Reds at 130.:
was the only other junior selected Here are the results of the Fashion after his Initial workout plete games Koufax didn't allow goal in the third only and a single fourth periods Now he wants to hear from :MARCH 21 Grays vs. Reds

on the first team. He had Leon SikesHeads first two. ( events: Thursday at Vero Beach, Fla. a tingle pass. He Issued to finish with four pointsIn Terry Dischlnger and the game at T o'clock and Browns meet
a 275 scoring average and is a I600 yard freestyle: :Bill "I 'feet l'Call improve in my only 62 walks in 311 inningsover the second half. Enterprise officials involved in Wednes Whites at ':30.

deft ballhandler. He also was Vanderbilt Coiblnr Florida,Jim I Forrester Bbl Hobbs,. the (entire season. tallied 23 points In the second day's brawl at Baltimore between All games are slated. for 'the
.the) nation's college division free Vanderbllt Felipe Alou raised a few eyebrows baL! the Bullets and Knlcks. Junior high gym.'
throw shooting champion, conVerting MeetTAMPA ; Steve tollman.. Kentucky In his initial drill with A league spokesman said
more than 90 per cent ; Alex:, fattened! Georgia ,CR ESE : the Milwaukee Braves Thursday Hoover, who hit a fan after

of his shots.Barnum. .400; .Don Peck, Alabama. I at West Palm Beach, Fla. (j ra'ge'P ked being ejected from the game at Shuffleboard ,:
yard'medley: Ray While- The slugging outfielder, obtained Baltimore's Civic Center, was
house Florida Charles. WILL OPEN ,r+
Two time ,
(UPI King,
In called the office
from San Francisco to league
Seniors champion Leon Slices Florida; John Hotter, Alabama. I a For NIT MeetNEW Members of the DeLand Shuffleboard .
TopsPensacola winter trade, belted two balls Thursday to tell his side of the
Sr. had a two stroke lead I ,Points are awarded in the AT SECOND over the left-center field fence, story. Club held their annual

on defending champion Dexter I swimming meet on the basis of 400 feet from home plate. YORK (UPI Only A report from officials also Yankee Cracker Tournament

Go Daniels 01( Winter Haven today seven for first, five for second, GAINESVILLE Florida Hank Aaron also left Manager two berths remain open in the was expected and the Tuesday afternoon victorious with the Rebels in
Into the final round of four for third, three for fourth coming out
going baseball coach Dave Bobby BI'aan chortling with National Invitation Basketball said Kennedy hoped to
the 54.hole Florida Seniors golf two for fifth, and one for sixth. Tournament games by 30-18.
Fuller Is set on his lineupfor glee as be knocked three prac I speak to Dischlnger about the Jack Olson and Oscar Ecklundof
PENSACOLA (UPI) champlomhlp.Danlela I The meet is being held on the the opening game Saturday lice pitches out of the Braves'spacl9ue Syracuse Thursday becamethe fight with Hoover that touched the Crackers had a 242 while
Hitting his irons with sharp accuracy I who has won this University of Alabama campus against Florida training camp. 10th school to accept a bid off the Incident.In Nick Caparco and Crosby Morseof
big John Barnum tees tournament five times got off here. to the tournament which
Southern in Lakeland. RENIFF SIGNS opens Baltimore, Henry A. the Yanks had a 237. The Utter
off today hoping his "petulant to allow start' but picked up land. Hal Rentff the New York Thursday March 12, and concludes Payne 22, the injured fan said won the playoff 103-26.. .
putter'' will keep him ahead ef the pace in'; driving wind and Standings "We wU use It v. rat Yankees best right.handed relief with the final. March 21 '1 want to speak to my lawyer Referees were Don Allison and
the field In the second round of rain Thursday'and carded pitchers\ says Fuller. pitcher last season, finally at Madison Square Garden. first before deciding what action Roy Barr The storekeeper was

the $30,000 Pensacola PGA best. round 73 to move Into a Pr .It11' fin .t."ul..1, "All of our pitchers will signed his contract for as estimated The Orange are one of the to take.. Mabel Wilson.
Open. three'way tie for second at IV). NATIONAL' .usesy/ALL. get a chance to work fomj 11,500 raise which put hottest teams In the East, hav Payne said he suffered a broken Members of the local club

Barnum the eldest man to Slkes, a 'year-old ceramics IAN: e',olvloeiL.' during the .' him In the 'llOOO-.year bracket tog wo* 19 of their last 12 nose and broken bone under were also host to If teams from
win a PGA tourney when he manufacturer, fired a flue-ovar. Pal Fuller's starters likely the Yankees now have only games. They conclude their the eye when Hoover hit Orange City recently and the
took Classic at Lafayette 79 over the Palma Cela Laths ...... s. 'n .ton will be Dave Porter (IC) regular
the Cajun par cl..dnnaei -_-_.._ II 11 .lea .ne unsigned player 2! game season tonight with a him. He said he 'was struck visitors posted a 27-21 win In
La. two years ago at I course Thursday for a total, of bllad.I""la. ...... to /n .a5.N Tom Shannon (118) Ron winner Jim Bouton who is contest on the road against when he bumped Hoover a. the games.
the of 51, canned' four bird. 148. ah I. M ,rte Creese ((23), Randy Mor- Connecticut
age waefi4Ti btvilioeia seeking a 100 per cent raise to Knick center left the playing Mr. and Mrs. Al Mead were
lei and .an eagle Thursday to Also tied at ;:156 with Daniels croft (SS, Earl Montgomery 118.000. Other schools in the tournament floor.'Big'TVBout. high for the visitors with a 237
take a one-shot lead with a 67. was two-time tourney winner Pt.a* rranoltca' .?.. 41 i .o.0 (38), Jim Duncan! The Kansas City Athletics reduced are DePaul St, Bonaven- while Ray Peck and Cordon
'. Hard on big John's heels were Dr. John Merce ol Sarasota Ua V"Ant.lM*. |"7 "H ,nIt anT LF), Jim Elliott (CF) sad' their holdout list to three ture. Army Pittsburgh, Du. i Marsh had a 239 for the locals.

Fred Hawkins, Gardener Dickinson who fired a TT Thursday, and rist Haltlntara __'....... |* II .4JHi. Bill Blomgrtn (RF): Rocky Colavlto, George Alu- quesne NYU, }Miami Fla. St. The DeLand pair won the 'play
Jr., Bill Collins, Jimmy Woodie Waver of St. Petersburg 1 IHV--6Av't .ut2Tt 'itstIonlnanl Creese was an All.Staterat ilk and Mo Drabowsky-when Joseph's, Pa., and Bradley. oft, 10171

Cark and Downing Gray who who carded a 75. t.!., 11t IIft1t", 13'Inc_ DeLand High as a pitch- Wayne Causey' came to terms. NEW YORK (UPI) E>nl. Referees were Myron Couch
won the amateur title her last r Jut Williams of* Inverness 4ul. 104 Cur" Yrsn.,,1..a lot er Causey was the A's leading hit. Howell Named !|VP Terrell, Chicago skyscraper and for Orange City 'and D. Allisonfor
year by IT strokes moved Into ''third place with a (OnlyAMIMICAN name. ahMul.da' Jim Blggart will open on ter last year .280) and also third.ranking heavyweight contender the locals. Juanita lays was

Dtfenslng champion Arnold TT Thursday for a 131 total. ,MOeSiY IIAAVI! the mound, followed by topped the club In doubles (32)( NEW YORK (UPI Harry is a solid 115 favoriteto the scorekeeper'

Palmer, Doug Sanders Jay H. Three golfers were In fourth ASTIftN VV. DIVISION L. T. Pli OP OA Danny Eggart, Adrian Ander.- John Tlltouris the Cincinnati Howen, one of the most underrated spill the American debut tonight _
bert, Johnny Pelt Miller Barber place with 153'.. They' were first Qtlthm. 14 (4 1 IS .!. IMsyf"r bala and Charles RedsMast holdout capitulated.( defensernen In the National of tall southpaw Gerhard NOW Ain CONOITIO NNIOi

Mike Souchak and George round leader' Henry Hagen, Or. JUnimni. ll I If is i e1 M> *|"7T* sit os Ion"One of these four boys So did Floyd Robinson of the Hockey League, was selected Zech champion ot Germany. 6Tables
Bayer shot 69s over the wind. mond Beach; Clyde Haynle of ProrliUnr. M 14 i IT SIS one Chicago White Sox, leaving ,Thursday as the New With boxer-puncher Terrell .
" 11 H will pitch three innings
U' i"
buffeted Pensacola Country BcllMlre Bluffs, and DorteyNevergaU WIITIIUOlV'aIONW. and all the others will pitchers Juan Pizarro and Joe York Rangers' most valuable towering six.feet six and slugger

dub course. The 1,400.yard of Pompano Beach ('"'...,."" 14 14 L. T 4. Pit 7f f4 OP! OA ITS pitch two" says Fuller Horlen outside the fold. player for the 1963.64 season by Zech rearing six.feet five,
course plays to a par of PIli''''''.', U" f 14 IDS IT* The Gator horn season the New York Hockey Writers they are the two tallest oppon
2838-T2. Pre-Seanon Game R rh..t>r It tl .1 rat 1 r'l l Association ents ever to meet in a national.
14 1a 114 in opens Wednesday againstFlorida
Eleven players shot TOs and I 8u"aIT"U"aO' 0IIU5Ta Southern. BOldingRellllll Howell completing his 12th ly televised fight. I AJ4. Te MUalgktJohn's
!'Go\. and Masters champion ST. LOUIS (UPI) The St. ('I.v.i.nd S Qn.Mc. 4 straight season with the New Their scheduled rounder at
Only aam4 aihirttitodl
Cary Player, shot 72s. thirty. Louis Cardinals and the Minnesota Yorkers, has played more Madison Square Garden will be Bar

even players broke par and Vikings wll( meet in a NATIONAL I4O0KIV W. L. t.PNOAOA HAAUtrhlragn games (814) than any other I beamed to homes by ABC at tde Mer4 Ie.l warl
another 14 matched regulation' pre'IIUOIL. National Football I I. 11 ISIMI1H : ;;ltCBolab player in the club's history I 10 p.m.. EST
Mnntrtat. II (I' II 11 IM US OIL AN 0 MIXIOKlr4le.d'e
the (0-mile League In Atlanta Ga. .
figures despite game Toninta 11.14 1.11 I 111 117 Su..<> Market S.Jiaka .'
fcour winds Saturday night,' Aug. ILl T+tmM 14 14 '- 03 t14 eeut.vvd AMI. l| CulMaan
) aw., Tak n 11 S 11 its m Unltotf, .,....* 1nttrnitlnifCincinnati Water Canaltlanlna S. 1..50 .ol""l.II* 14 11158 and St. Louis were I ICanmtt.. ...Pra4u." ll Palm Inn'.
Hu u $ 5. "* Orlll ll Wkltmyairit
poaian 4 (1il" 4 tlal still In the thick of their dlvl- 4, C. a, Paul, Ta. ON.Sail. .

1lfILI: (ttatrair not" ..t..m.M.:.ntr...h.>al"..,i..., lion races" today after knocking .tine.,' C.W.11a. I... ,.., PEACE CORPS
off the leaden in crucial con Oils 5''e" ,,,.... .7.

CHEVROLET k Pa kf tball DinnerNEW tests. 105 lass, Stan Pard Ate., mete. 1110 b't' Ian, tot.KIpkI..d'a : :
l Cincinnati closed to within 2U .. hleh" teem aI"I',
YORK (UP1V The games of mighty Boston in th.Ea.tertl 74S| nli "' .... 3014.-

'6WNRtS. 1t4itf 5aa Metropolitan Basketball Writers Division I Thursday Data TIA'SMCMSTia .. T.. L..... 1| Tan
Association will honor Joe Lap- high with a 111-101 defeat' of Ktttwa .t* a.Vliii" PLACEMENT TEST
r chick and Nat Hotmail, both of the Celts before 11.SS3 fans at L.u." .J:": 1115. a.SN) list.
,. L.w' loll" tan.. m.K
"t til 'f whom were members of the the Cincinnati Gardens .. Mat! Mam dnila, Ml|
c 4 original Bootee Celtics, at Its St. Louis nudged San Francisco kjik. : .. aoer.PALM .
annual dinner. March IS. In a 104102 thriller at the PASMIONS (ItMI-tEMW r.iIIIIII. )

The association will also honor Hawks to within! one game of CNu1 rune 4, Paivtttara: lMMIafit
S. Paika Dial 11An
Nd Irish, president et Madison the Warriors la the Wtsten PIen5,.... S.ftun /...... ..
Square 'Garden and the loop Lhm.yay. 1110' stnpe,171 1 MAR. 1964-8:30 A. M.
r'r hla a MM"": 152.pN.
man Judged responsible for The Royals. one-two punch ot .. i kia? t*.11I Ii.." .. 1011
mating college basketball "big Oscar Robertson and Jerry Lucas suit M.f.... tiltPINST-
tine" sparked the win over NIAMTSNSran4
; Boston. Robertson had 27 points SM' .tH 4. Paul Hunt :
ara WMtauranl :City tmiiaraS. MAIN POST OFFICE
Doth EllioU Coaching and added 15 rebounds and ITasalsts. CaktMta. In*. 1| .artiwr lcane
L .,-', Cw ll Nulan
Lucas teased In 22
Ckry.pV aamkaa CHik 0. f
SAN .nu. crsco (UPI>- a
points and, grabbed' the same LmkKf rviwral M. .. O.
Bump Elliott' of Michigan has lumber' of rebounds, while Bill M"|,,.. tulnMr 'l Mine Car DAYTONA BEACH
lolaed Us coaching brother n..ui t Dtkantf D.d"Oft 5 Ht.
.' ." RusMll led Boston with II > KaH.* S. T.>a a Cw*.
Pete, ef Ultaota as two-thirds and 2S rebounds. it rw.. L....'.* a. M.....
of the East staff Ia the annul Maiaw' 11 Clark **.*!", ... M

YOU START WITH QUALITY! STAY Eaat B.a.West Schwartxwatdrr'football Shrine of game.Syracuse AFL Exhibition .a a...50h.H Ha.50ay'..PeN1.- .Part hl"lfH itkj.. .tkrM.*.re. .M4...| More than 5,000, Peace Corps Volunteers are needed to meet urgent requests ".

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will be HIP third coach. ='.. ,... '''_II, M.a O.reA. ; from developing nations In Latin America Africa and Asia. To be J

Hook. New AD Houston Otters cad the Kansas 'considered (for training programs you should take the non-compebtrv
Wa cordially lnrtt an; Cketretot awir. I* r- alva. the ,"".rll, ..f City: ,Chiefs' of the American. Ram Contract
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