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Clip Board Vol. SO No. 47 Sunday,'Jlarch 8, 19M DeLand, Florida 32720 MAR Sund ac.t 11


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By R. R. ..
WESTERVELT
Editor, Sun Ness r *-.s C d ,
Ii It or Isn't It* LBJ Open To Defense

Ii the county Mat relocation Effort I .A ,
battle finally over or'will east M G e ,
coast proponent of the move at I wVa
tempt to find new way to keep
the county in turmoil I Official

Thli was the big I question On U.S.-Soviet Trade
being asked by West Volusian
Friday afternoon following the ; /

,. county commission'
announce- *

I county Rent that teat petltlona were insufficient.to move the ,,4': In AsiaSAIGON

The commissioners: alter a
lengthy study determined that Declines Talks NowWASHINGTON
east coast relocation proponents South Viet Nam
were more,,thaa :,OM signatures (Uri)-Stringent security me*,
short In their bid to secure the sores have been taken to pI'OotfOCt ,
names of one-third of the county (UPU-!>re.I- news conference he see no First Deputy Premier AtocelKosygla ) Defense Secretary RobertS
dent Johnson declared his willingness reason for getting together McNamara against P
i taxpaying electors on a petition suggesting a long-term
ttr'petitions. Saturday to explore along with the.Kremlin leader at this trade arrangement between. 'the assassination attempt by ,
The move should end the five- range trade agreementwith time because communications. United Stales and Russia. munist 'death volunteer,I.lbl'j ot ;
r
the Soviet Union and said are "adequate He later formed
yearlong battle ..'I. said GLAD TO EXPLORE' sources reported # !
that beganat : he would be happy to meet he planned no a routine with Premier Niklta Khrushchev before the presidential election very glad to exploit the MiNsmara and his high level t
should the need for sucha In November pros delegation from .
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county commission pects. H* commented that U Washington were I.
meetIng ('C f.ce-te.t.ce conference arise. He discussed the( possibilitiesof the Soviet Union ought addl scheduled\ to arrive at Saigon's, !
In 1959.Commissioner. J' Concerning: a Khrushchev Soviet trade. when asked tional wheat from this coun Tansonnhut Airport early Saturday ,
: meeting however, he told a about statement by Soviets His party Includes t. im
try's surplus, US. official '
bad planned to a \ .-r--I .. .. stood ready to discus the Maxwell D. Taylor, o.ll'j ):
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proceed with matter plant to build PST. aiCcoo.. : .,.. 1wr Of the long.rang* situation, and John McCone, director of 1
W the
allNlaUin / 1 till President Central Intelligence AgencyMcCone
said ha knew fnn F 1I
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DeLand when M, tCIA) i r ,
specific Items the United\ '
one person asked State needed to buy from tile ; f Joined the McNa

whether a IfElTUVE11'IIfW Russian but mad It plain the mara party in Honolulu Fridayskier .
'jail should subject of trade could be diseased stopping over at Palm 1 I,

bt built while there was I talk at Springs Calif., to give ex.presl. c
ot seeking a change in location 5ryA and plant.LISCt1RS an appropriate Mm dent Dwight D, Eisenhower an j jI
of the county cent. up-todat briefing of the situation l
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OTHER: MATTERS
That started It and I
< we In South Viet Nam.LJ. .
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hope ,that Friday' action,endedIt. a ,, r I 4RkR In his seventh newt confer CARRYING AMITIANCM
enc sine taking office on Nov. *During the stopover at Mono .
Time and time again we have 22, Johnson also d..altIt!. lulu, McNamara emphasized

urged that' the relocation Issue question ringing over his pros 'I that he was carrying "*. .jrr '
be set aside so that a Volusia pectlve choir of n vie presidential I iur.ncel to the new government ': JftLA
County united In a common effort running mat, the situation of Can Nguyen Khanh .

that would make a better t in Viet Nam. burgeoning that the United! State will assist CAJ1.DNIIAND BYRD'S HUNTERS HOUND AND RACCOON
place for all to live, could be US. economy and his drive to In the '
cut war against the Viettang a e s commercial cleat Division winner \
reality government pending,
Communists
a* long a*
Actually the people never have The meeting with newsmen- necessary.But .
been divided It has been they set up with only three hours ad h* said the main\ purpose ANNUAL onAXCK CITY CELEtlRATHM

continuous attempt by a greedy vane notice-was held 11th\ of th. visit, hit third since last
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few, so called community leaden historic East Room ot t 11 September. was to<< confer! with t\

I to digress, that has rather caused than the progress.The county. Whit House.MAIN. Tories; U official S. military and diplomat) Hundreds Attend Frontier Event
on the scene to determine
fact that those seekingto Rabid Raccoon Dies On the. mate topics et dl.eu"1 what! additional<< economic I Day r
move the courthouse: worked sloe, Johnson gave then sad military aid would be re : .
for; five years and still failed Viet Nam: It win b* tnlf quired. 'I
to attain" their goal ,Is evidence the n.the-scene> findings Aft)** *TTAO' OttO '
ORANGE: CTTY 1
that the people ,of the county fens 'Mat Under sun- I r Day celebration here sponsored I commercial float division of the ;
Secretary Robert S. McMunara
Animal Inoculation < auto the Viet I ay ski** aitd balmy' Floridahmxe I by-tn'SWMI dun.,, I ,parad rurtaa.raiser' t
have little Interest b burdening l Namara whether US, person Cong ha*, tried'to take advantage I, "1.:." ?toIn'rH.. ,
themselves with additional and ; r -' ",. net In (h* Rdthratadl of the change in givwnment < hundreds iaI .v""IaJl", A fir raccoon*,,freerf by noy( i ihouwt I f Not event re.H.\jVoJINia* Aorf; Cudner1sn4NlTYy4 itvee+<... 'Y 1 ,
unnecessary taxes. < pUrged Southeast Asia country will b* -there have been\ three in Including a good turnout of torn* and surrounded by m mj j A emmpttg/ aome, I
The fact that after five years, Increased, decreased the proponents could secure onlyhltlf6 Official about the same. H* Mid that It I !fiu*
: valid signatures, la further By additional military advisers or -pwayav"""WflFJ!'r,..t"PZ! -_.. ,... ..... ..... I.mPiewea- narad .
I proof that the people are not training personnel are. needed Iwt s pl P-ntontim nextsmD '
Interested U relocating the county "we will send them." And If It t'' t I r!,. I The commercial ,
winner
rereived /
teat. An official of the Volusia County animal had died Tb. owner, la determined that some already the traveling' trophy presented
The fact that although every
possible was Health Department yesterday who asked that their same lit have fulfilled their mica by Mr, and Mr*. Charles
legal tried and maneuver that,the county commission issued a stern warning to all withheld, told Page that they lion, they win be withdrawn. Forrer and the elvis winner received
and the court bent ever animal-owner to have their pet bad seen their pet and an apparently Politic i He declined to b* the Blfg'Brewer travel. I
Inoculated against rabies. wild raccoon fighting drawn Into any rating of the Ing trophy,,
backward to assure proponents
treatment a G. F. Page, senior sanitation about two weeks ago.Th possible Democratic candidate' lecond place In the ,rammer*
fair and Impartial still was not officer for Volusia, Issued the death of the pet Indicate who have figured la speculation clal division went to rtnecrest
sufficient petition
secured an Ironclad warning, after rabies was discovered that the wild animal had rabies as Ma vice presidential homes :(Nip Trentham, and
presents relocation. la a pet raccoon owned and la probably dead by now, choir la th* Democratic National third place went. to the Orange
case against facts should convince by a family 11tll.\ southwest Page laid But, h* added there Convention\ Of Ally G.... City Nursing Mom float
These the most ardent relocat1o.IUPporttl' section ot DeLand. I* no way of knowing whetherthe Robert F Kennedy, who I II expected The ,sponsoring Sorest dub
even that the people of Vo Page said that recent reportsof wild animal infected other to draw a substantial *' float wu second In.. the civic 0V
rabies outbreak la areas animals ICntl M* ." ru "Taut vision, and the Garden: .Cub ,
lusia have spoken. ,
There are rumors that additional surrounding DeLand indicate Par sent the pet raccoon\ to ) placed third. ;,
litigation will be sought that the disease 1 II spreading in the Bureau the relocators. We hope this this direction. Slat Board of Health, and an Morse ViewIs Scoot final,
la by not true. We've an had enough. H* said that officials In take examination confirmed that the ? fir' aKY,31 c mumt:>" PHWIO.NI '
and Seminole counties, plus New animal had died through a the chlWien divuHnn, tint
Smyrna Beach Oak Hifl Day rabies infection. prtte went to J.n.tIAtMIIII;
Stray Animals tona Beach. Osteen and DeBaryla There was no Immediate Information Refuted M e !i I M second prU to Barry and

representing Volusia County, have reported that any person or Debhl Brewer, and third prUa
Several' suburban civic areas groups el DeLand cases of rabies within the past animal bad been bitten by the ylsaur to Karen Oanung<< .

'' for actio.apla.t few month The addition now pet raccoon: Par said but the Judge for the parade were
art campaigning increasing number of DeLand he said shows that department II I continuing the In r Dr, William YaiHMy/ James
apparently the stray animals. the disease 1* spreading in a vestigation.Pag \. By Edmunds Raided and Fkllllp chuyl.r,

The brunt of their attack la on northerly direction. said that an but one of la the !horse show, ,feature of
dogs. They point out that often DEATH REPOKTCD: the reported' case of cables In aftwuoon activities at the
in pack and forage Owner of the Infected raccoon this area have been found In : Orange Cry school ground, ihe
the dogs )Ida Informed that the Stetson University PresidentJ.
through the heavily populated Page Friday raccoon) Tb* lone exceptionwas I Oil Edmunds today refuted high point trophy.in the want .

ana causing destruction awl Calmness a cat la Dayton ..cla. till charge ef "phony charity" CAMPING SCENE PREPARED BY BOY SCOUT TROOP 144elrU division wu etptured by Slave,
Age Brings laid however that an
tohealth. Brainard of Apopka. High pent
a general menace '
creating made
by Senator Wayne Mars loaf dteisloa! !
winner
animals are suaccptibl. to H'I e e .c..u... .. a. rip TNt
VINGJUKER.: Sweden UPI) when b* tensed Mrs. Jessie! r .
A la today's Sum New disease.INOCULATION ....--u
story
Ban duPont *f giving only
Emll: Bunt, who became a ; tSGED away
about a pet raccoon that Bed father Friday for the 12th time. U percent .f th* t, million Orange City Issue
with rabies have
after bfoIIIllnt.eted Pip urged owner to annual Income of tilt duPont
said rip anise nervous
la evidence that a serious situation today : their animal. Inoculated against estate.
could develop unlesa tbeee. U I used to be when my wif* I the dtaeas He said that a In Mora
a telegram te Ed.
animals are controlled.Tb went to the hospital. rabies shot I it effective only for beads aiid thai Mrs. duPont CloseOutSaleOn
raccoon died after apparently BUxtr the proud father bring bitten by a wild raccoon hoe girl and seven boy, la IJ.. I* necessary for full pro- charities approximately :JO
that bad rsWes. The wild flit wife la 40, tCeao.s.,1 N rues 'her percent
of her grow Income which
animal easily could have bittena I it the
maximum deduction allowed
stray dot who in turn could by law. Over Water Ratescouncil All 1963
leave infected: a child.
Afl ef the rest to the I
civic .In goes
WI support tile : group
foverninmt In the form of fed-
eountywid The Inside.
their campaign\ for a : On RCAWhMpoolREFRIGERATORS
era! Income aces. Edmunds
law that would fore owner tit ORANGE CITY The ...,- wu given a full report
have their animal inoculated aid, except about JO per tent "Irfllty of a court fight over an of the water firm's financial
against rabies and kept under PACE 2-Tax collector speak to DeLand :Ro for that abe I* permitted to retain Increase to inter rate t* wets status and operational eou.
Bvtog and for other
control. U this is not don. they expense her appeared Imminent yes""r* City official reprtl. that theeouadI'
should lie umeved.If tartans phOaathrople d e n a tie I a* frf
OM aaimal day after new rate' nh.duiewar. request was Ignored.
an animal la worth owning PAGEDeLand was which the government allow M mailed t* customers by the And the water company tuck ta
it to worth tile small fe* hrInoculatlot. of Florida's tax deduction Wwr Co.Tw .
(A g d scene Drug Qty Itt gun.
And ft should Oat win recetv r o bit execution by Stetaon President- Edmunds city eClclala. Mayor. The company also instigated/ Big Price Reductions! Im.
the supervtUott:
o
to bansint yesterday Md parent of 1*iet*..t James Donatdsna and town council a complete re-evahMtion *f It* ..
ft from being a menace ;
told
chairman Harry !Drake la Orange Cry ladlcat
*
both student they taa kelp then* program v I
tie aced propsny.!' : PAGE 13-DeLaad the Sun News that the council
aehiM bg met aa exa/iUnaUmi might .
by eaOag on their eo>
16 Must Col!
= Sua New tc oft greaamia to give tax credit iff "wffl take appropriate action I* show the proposed.. Mere** lUll R.rrftritors
Diet protect water wan to Oru,* wu hot uffldent Result of the ., III
Nevi f.dttor( to JeobI The A io. the tmaoa payment* they make EXAMPLE
." :
ha mt>ft*. (1) study showed. Just that, firm efr
.
/i. KTtKS8UXG dated Pmn. This M .. farm fit federal The water law begs boding fldaUsaid.However.
Mehard Sent*. So, to this IWI 'IISaI'1Ia11 year when JUJU
nPD: r PAGE U Localfirm' aid wo eu *S support *ntb 4acaHy. > BGea ;
Cu.F WAS
Sunday edtW far Ik* Oc f the eempaay tadwited rate. !.
1abrfound : Edmonds said. to tire Mice sent t '
water sap died Ttidarae.r.Moos raw by Just three vote M pas would h* raised when the time was yetterday company *ffl. $219.961Green's $16905' "
an apparent drowning: in many came I* renew th* fraachlM.The .
claim said that
th* Cengrea recently; sad thesethe the new rte _
victim. parti of world. .... wo fro MppIII1IPI'I eof fnttMie expired Thonday, are anti a* high. a* r *ommnd d ,
Smith was standing In the PAGE If-On. of' America's fore imt artlal Ml wb. said they awreMd nxarjrtfo Eat by the MMdy. BM they are ap.proimaiefy .
Calf of Mndco fhfclng when" he at the! to moment because efpreasor The company Informed the If cent higher ;
toppled ever The waaty inedt- BOW teaching at Stetson. front tile e cat facial tentatively Bated PAGE 17-A reminder! that this i* Sabia oral like and svtaminsd a proposalthat rte submitted lathe town council.

cans of death an ........ TtcdM taakrup SwIda .. \ *De yeoraetf a tare, 1M almoet douhM the surreal fuel of .
Smith was formerly with the : Stetson prnMeitt salt IHp. rate. The rtty k..Aed ad. tods' Under the new rate minimum ut North senleenplena,
$L Fetenonrf rveaiaj lade- Jiwsoa by Cased it would accept the cornMay's i water wre win pay M JO for die
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Results Might Be ConfusingIn Rights Bill





WASHINGTON fUPIl-Senatt

Ne\ Hampshire Primary Republican Leader Everett M.

Dtrkien Saturday drafted a

delayed action" substitute for

/ \\ the key public accommodations

(CONCORD: NH. (UFIV-Th) date for President/ *' hat spent most of It at 'the expense of) for tint place, but with surprising I section of the House,passed

'iiatiiiA's first 1)64 political cam only) a week > tttt to Rockefeller. Nlxon't write.In It large write in* for Lodge civil rights bill on which the

!lialgn it dattttlnfc to a close in campaign ftir.'Iih: ; Stasten expected to puU vote* from and Nixon. Senate opens) debate Monday

';tnt fading winter i of New now a wyer loss both Oldwater and Rockefel The Democratic presidential! The Influential\ niinolt R*.

(Hampshire spent more time here but It not ler. Neither Lodge nor Nixon primary ballot provide no real publican cell that hit "flr t

About 100 000 ltIf'ublle.nl1Otthr considered a serious factor in has encouraged or discouragedthe contest.: There are no candl! r voluntary then compulsory
\ In this states letdotf the contest. campaigns dates for President but only approach to tht problem ef at-

presidential primary Tuesday Th weRorgaiized campaign Published polls Indicated national convention delegate curing Negroes access to public

will give the COP evidence of for Lodge expected to bring Rockefeller and Goldwater almost candidates favoring the nomination facilities" will pans

strength and weaknest among him a substantial write.In vote, neck and neck In the race of President Johnson. TWO AMENDMENTS
t It It
one of
two amendments
Its I 1964 pottMltti for the set ;
''presidential zornln tloa It also ht will propose The other relate
( Attend LBJ to a federal fund cut-oft
will give Mine clues to the dlrection Many WillingTo which
Southerner
brand at the
< the party can be ex. qJ'

I petted to move In Its effort to CapsuleOf Air Trade "genocide" feature
Orange City These
(recapture the White House ROTARY CLUB HOST. GUEST SPEAKER. NEWEST MEMBER are the battleground

Yet the Hell of candidate! itto Tom Mitchell Mrs. Corn ella Paul. Horace HtlerDELANO tion.sections ol r the historic legisla!
: large that the result may Frontier Day EventsIn With Russia Overall the tat! It d.*
/
do little but contuse and be signed to assure Negroes WI.
ROTARY CLUB SPEAKER leg employment) and education "
subject to conflicting: iaterprttatton (Cimtltutl tnta rat*"' OM) (C:e.U au" tnm PM OM) "
right, at wen as equal access
*
Pre-prlma 7 signs Indicated trephy In the junior divisionwent DeLand write In rote In Tuesday's NewJltmp.hlr. to hotels, eating places, theaters r
to Debbie Jacob ef Day the .
PrE'II.clpnt
that no' candidate could expect primary sports arenas and ethtfentertalament t
tona Beach. praised his record of public Cites Need
Volusia'sTax Collector spots.
'to poll a majority of the Republican Three sheriff's department COL. WILLIAM HAGUE will service but added that allot Whatever happens Dlrksea'i

I vote. Sen. Barry GoldI cart, a Florida Highway Patrolcar speak on "Art You A Citizenor those who have been men.tinned final stance the
on bin la tat
I water of Arizona and Gov. Nel- "
and truck A Sucker at the Republican.Mell" .
the niP auxiliary would be rated highly.He .
to how
[ion ,. Rockefeller: ol New York at the Calico key many Republican!
led the Riding luncheon
parade. brightnew said be the
tare the apparent front-runners, convertibles were parade Kitchen, Restaurant at noon thought voter Closer Check On may vote \to fig a Southern fU-
For
had the right to their
I but they tact significant challenge marshal Jay Harttock, chamber Tuesday vice pre.ldentlal'Irowl express/In primaries Expenditures limiter la the forthcomlof bit-

from write-In campaign president, and Mrs, Hartaock; MaJ. Paul Martin president ef but ai tor himself he tie.Both
In behalf ef) Intoner Vice President Invited the public side art ready forwhat
'Mayor and Mr*. James Donald- the organization,
said, the choice would be madeat
It certain to b the
Richard M. Nixon and to attend. Democrats and Independents nkajtr
con, and member of the town
:Ambassador Henry Cabot council. are welcomed, he the convention alter the delegate Volusla County commissioners I that both Orange and Brevard Taxpayer would be more legislative struggle of this Slab
.
lodge. The DeLand High School band, tald. nominate the presidential should be given supervisory I county taxpayer" pay $10 per r.reful1ll approving\ bond issues tlon year. HOOT "captalai"

The ..Republican rill vote directly under the direction of George Tickets may be obtained from candidate Johnson ha not authority over the spending of thousand, lest than Volutlant. she believes, if they stopped to have mapped strategy, many

far prelldentlal candidate !. Wolf several floats decorated Russell H. Leavrltt, 128 N. Adelle formally declared he 1* a can- tax money, or a budget board She feels this high rate tends to think that the tax levy will be speeches have been prepared. ,

and also elect 14 national cart, and marching unit. com Ave., or Orlando H. Richards date, should be created for the purpose discourage Industry from building with them for yean to come. and only the wind remain togo

''convention delegates from pleted the parade 110 Lantern Lane. TUCt.'T Mrs. Cornelia Paul, county In Volusla County, and thatIt She laid her office will collect Into the parliamentary tallt.

mmmi slates committed to var- Frontier Day ended last night Economy: The reaction to the tax collector declared Friday also discourages resident approximately 117 million this First hurdle la President

lour. cindldatet.'CANDIDATES. with the beard Judging contest At the regular meeting of Magnolia til.S billion tax rut enacted by. Speaking: before the DeLand MILLAGE RATES year, yet there are Indicationsthis Johnson' drive for a strong

LISTED and hootenanny contest, both at Lodge 21, Independent Order Congress has !been exceptionally Rotary Club at its luncheon Volusla County, ihe laid had li not enough to meet the hill will com on a Democratia
of Odd Fellow to be held favorable with mail praisingthe meeting In the Hotel Putnam, leadership motion to take
Candidate* whose name are Dickinson Memorial Library I 101 different mlllage rata, II'Owtnrlleedl of the county As up
ion> '-the. ballot! art Coldwtter Hall. In the lodge hall tomorrow at reduction running; about 10 Mrs. Paul declared a closer compared to only IT In Orange needs expand and ai the area the measure. Southerner will
1 In favor. He
to said decline
(Rockefeller, Sen. Margaret 8 p.m. Harold G. Carrier will a check li needed on expenditure County, growl ihe laid the more apparent peak against this at tome

i Chat* $Smith ot Main, Harold ihow picture that he took of the In ]Joblessness announced this to Insure a "dollar' value for a Bond issues are reflected for It li that the county must length but are not now expect

E. ""StoHl!, former governor of ObituariesActive Rose Bowl Parade In Pasadena week was due In part to theeUt'ct dollar spent. many year, the reminded Ro- have tighter control over the ed to force the Issue to tht
of the cut and the trendof
(Minnesota who 1* a persistent Calif. Mr*. Paul said she blamed"no tartans, laying that each bond spending of) each tax dollar. point of hazarding a cloturt-
If never successful! candidate, Also plans will be made to at. price. In general i* rescuelog. county official" of extravagance proposal should be weighedagainst Mrs. Paul was introduced by tat rule-thowdowa.
/ tend the meeting of District Ito : but she knew that come Tom Mitchell. Also Introduced to
three
i and Norman Lt Page, Nashua these questions:
!NJt butlnetiman without na- : DeBaryiteCharles' be held In Daytona Beach' onWednesday Spending:will He and review hit adminIttrttion their projects were the result ot (1) It it a worthwhile government the club Friday wu its newest Daytona Man

\(rIkikal political stature. There '1s Ac1"d At.UI March :18. i In pressure groups, and that once) function?; ((2) It It member, Peace Justice Horace
i Invited to pending plant again early
Odd Fellow.
All art
tales It a apace for writ*.laivotei. : April. He told newsmen he expects an allocation II made for a tax. necessary; and (3) Can we Heley, who was Introduced by
be
present supported project the county Sets Bid For
Carman Inch.
; .. afford It?
C. Bfitsch, 'It 240 1 hit total budget to run
commission ,cannot control the
, The fat ballet to b* handed FRIEM SHTP CLUB will about $1 billion lest than outlined .
Eldorado Drive, Denary died at THE f
the 1 She
i to the Republican also curie U 7:30 the late President way money spent Pats J KUUB fflOMSA SON NEWS SUNDAY,MAtCHt, If M
' 1:49,<< .,m. Saturday at a DeLand meet Friday. March at by cited the $83,000 allotted in the County Judge
'ceraplet or almost complete nursing home.where he had been p.m. In the Fireside Room at the John F. Kennedy In the current current budget for a mobile library
slatci of delegates favoring a patient for two weckt. First Presbyterian Church. fiscal year. H* predicted the
unit tor Volusla County as 3, Robert Durden, 43
(CoWwater, Rockefeller Lodge Born in Newark N. J., he had There will be election of offi anticipated budget! deficit of $10 of additional Daytona
i and Stassen. There also i II an been a resident ot DeBary for 10 errs Mrs, A. J. Edlsman will billion would be cut to leuthan an example expense Beach municipal Judge yesterday
created by pressure group Once announced that he will
I uncommitted date but no dele- year. He was retired from the present a musical program The $3 billion, and he pledged !f campaign
the she
$ 5,000 was budgeted, for the post of
cite candidate supporting Mrl. ot the Art in America 1t county s
Bertsch Machinery Co. He was a Rise Songs anew that hit administrationwould
laid the commission bad no Judge being vacated
say by
Smith or Nixon. charter member of the First ." Mr. George Vestal will accompany live within the budget ht Judge
to as to the it was to be John Byingtoa.! !
During thee.!two months ot) almost Presbyterian Church ot DeBary her at the piano. Mr*. submitted to Congress in Jan way Durden
laid III will
spent leek the
continuous campaigning and ot the DeBary Wayfarer C. J.,Oates and Mist J. Burnett uary.
LTHWE! CONTROLMr Democratic
through the snow-covered hills 50. Mason Hallowell will be the hostesses nomination in the
( Club, a year president ,
Paul was quick to point May primary. Already
''kit New Hampshire Coldwaterand" Owners' tot the refreshment. announced
of the DeBary Property out tat she was not opposed to for the Lintel
campaign
Asks ;It
Official
Rockefeller have visited and director of the .
Association
;
I I a mobile library the need for )
or XBunky Htount
of,
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fiCBntBAN AAOOATIOiV
ores of cities and town for DeBary Chamber ot Commerce. THE EAST f'orillSlr;
It In the county, but that It* Durden, a' I
..' campaign stops at schools, Survivor Include hit wife, will meet at T:30 Inoculation j
exemplified the loose County for 41
creation earned hit
In the Florida years
ckurchet colleges town11111./ Mrs. Ethel S. Bertsch Denary, p.m. Tuesday .
Iflrehouiei arid street corner and two sisters, Mr*. Anna Bennett Power Corp. Lounge There will control of tax money la the 1 law degree at Stetson tWverslty

I The liberal Rockefeller and ot Newark, N. J., and Mr. be a speaker and refreshment. I Of Animals county. Y r Law College He served during
The county tax collector she World War n at a glkler pilot!
1 reminded ol the
'the conservative Goldwater M. B. Rot of Basking Ridge, Members are '
silent) auction, laid, U not a polIcymaker but and participated In Jhre Inva-
views
have expounded thtlr N. J. I
to at. (Otlna lm Pate (I".) rather an administrative office. ,Ion.
All residents are Invited ,
Delia It
and fielded questions from audience AUen-SummerhlH, y,
tend. tectlon. Vaccine U available Other set the tax ratei, she He hat practiced law la Day-
which Included grade- In charge of arrangements itfd ray tuna Beach for 14 and II
from all veterinarian, be said declared, "but I meet the people yean
and col-
school ]
kids teea.egra.
II. W. Altord THE WEST SUBURBAN "If a person Is bitten by any who pay the taxes." now In hit fifth two-year ttmS'II
leg student a* well at adultt. I
ask that he she Volusla's tax ratei too BERNARD city Judge. He It married and.
Goldwater ha stuck to the I civic ASSOCIATION will meet animal "t or art BISHOPBen It'i becoming Increasingly .
theme ht laid down when he Word has been received hereof Thursday, March 13. at 7.30: notify the health office Immediately high she believes, pointing out New Associate Editor hard for me to walk through the father of three children.

announced hit candidacy-that the death at f:.30 a m. Friday ,.m; la the Florida Power to that we can investigate Maybe if* because I'm la my screened porch without STATEMENTIn

the COP should offer the voters of H. W. Alford, tt, at his homeId Lounge The meeting will be and begin the two- my summer years, but springnow collapsing in a itrawbottom hit statement Durden said
St. Simon's Island Ca. preceded by a covered dish ..up.pel' week check of the animal The Defense Chief comes earlier for me. chair "Without quueitton the county
next November "a choice not ,
( for also (should set a physician The fever struck about judge hat the obligation powerand
an echo" ot the liberal Democratic ( A resident of DeLand at 6:30.Candidates: person me Shoes annoy me I'd like of
duty to perform many
several years ,before moving to for the county Immediately Page said. the first of the month. to barefoot
administration.He go
invited to He out that animal Security TightOn Whereas when I the moat Important marten effecting -
Orlando about three years (go, commission will be pointed was young
hat suggested that It probably I'm Jealous of lazy the
Mr. Altord had moved to St. speak. Infected with rabies usually are my thoughts turned lightly In every dog public generally
would b* better to keep Simon's. leUnd shortly ",'before i e a bold. They lost their fear ol Asia spring, they hardly turn at all I tee sleeping under the edge "Perhaps the most Important

President Johnion In the White his death,. THE: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION people he laid, and often wander Trip now ot a porch. I even envy functions of the county Judge

Houtt than to replace" him' with, In DeLand he resided on Elu* ol Retired Civil Employe Into highly populated areas. In fact I have to keep fight chameleon are related to the admlnittratioa.
a Republican 'echo. 58 will friendly and (Cintlmi4 tree Fir On) Ing fore Visions ol speckled perch lit estate of decedents guardianship
Lake Ave.Survivors. of Voluula County, Chapter They appear some mysterious
Rockefeller has charged, Include a ion, Edward will have a covered.dish luncheon subdued created ".!tuke of terror and that otherwise) would drive m* float before my eyes during and the like.

Coldwater with "rsih Irrespon" I. Alford, 10 St Slmnn'l I at noon tomorrow at the IB DeLand. Paje said, dog harassment. H* termed the out into the woods. most of my wakeful hours. "Our present I Judge hat moral established
sibility" aid with offering) 1mperuous licenses available only to situation serious and said he I have this II a standard' of high
Island; two daughter, Mr. I New Smyrna Beach Recreation are developed gnaw. they had general stores the of the
answers to the most. Andrew Spiegel\ of Long Island, Center on the Island Pine and owners who have proof that their was concerned especially about ing conviction that nothing In anymore, and general stores obligation on those part associated
all
.sensitive and complex issues involving N.Y, and Mil. William Facleyol FUgler ave. The luncheon will animal have been Inoculated the "evidence of Increasing In. the world U ai Important used outdoor bread boxes, I'd judge| and of estate

the peace ot f the tree Indianapolis, Ind?; a brother. be followed by a business/ meetIng against rabies This does not filtration ot men and arms tight now ai kicking pinecones like to lit on) a bread box and with the handling devote hope that I

world and the security of American W. J. Alford of New York, and a and entertainment.All apply la area outside the city from the north" down the ruts of a sand flip Coca.Cola cap*. "It's my the privilege of carry.
have
at home, sister Mr*. Nellie Hill, La Jolla, civil retiree art Invited, limits. Sources here said the security road. Aw shoot, why go on. It'. may functions ol
To the charge that he It too Calif. and (host attending are asked to "Since Inoculation U not re precaution were the most Or, I could bury myself la spring almost and I'm log on the. th* tame theca i

'brash with hit foreign, policy Funeral services will tit Monday losing a covered dish ol food and quired In these areas, we can stringent ever taken for any pine straw. sprung. ludge upon;aa has Judge Eying-

Idea Coldwater baa retorted In Hackensack N.J. Burial/ table aetvice.yIll8Ndlrlllh. only ask for full cooperation of) foreign visitors to the history los honesty." .

that a policy Ir) "brlnkman- will be fa) the family vault there. the pet owner The vaccination of South Viet Nun.ECL'RiTT .
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, ,ship" la the beat way to deal ls not expensive but it Is a vital CENTER

With Communist adversaries. Trace/ M.' lodges factor In our effort to protect Concerned about possible terrorist Court Action
Rockefeller Obviously/ touched k1OryJ the health ol every resident" attacks by Communist

'. sensitive nerve la the cold- Tracey M. Hedges TT. ot 112 Page said.Morse. Viet Cong "death volunteers" Seen 'O''cr'Water

water campaign by asserting Eastover Circle, DeLand, died American end Vietnamese security I
that the ArIzona senator '1. at 11.30: am. yesterday In a official have establlthedaa Why don't YOUinvestigate

,vexed a voluntary social 'teturlty local nursing home. He had been ViewIs unprecedented Joint security Rates

program whlclt the New I a resident of DeLand for one control center, ,

,Yorker said would bankrupt the I year' Refuted Vietnamese\ pollee In the capital (C-llt: f. trim Pare OM>
Coldwater 11. born May JJ, KM In ?
program. replied wa % were put on fun alert with
M
i that the Social Security program Latta, S. C. and was retired an Members ef the force on first 1300 gallons; teats per

swan a contract and that he did from at'e-' J. Reynolds l Co. He I By EdmundsC round.the-clock standby. Police thousand the text MOO gaj.
; Iou 90 cents per thousand for
:
tart believe' In breaking contracts war ot the Methodist and security agent launched a -, .. .till sent 10000 gaDons, and 49

; but he predicted that Church. Mss Pate Oi .1 aeries of secret surprise raid cents thousand for an ever

,i within a few years the American Sun'Ivor* Include two daughters. congressmrs that you want and systematic. < Marshall.
your
people would regard the Mrs. Robert Reed. .,.,..,;.. -- -. .. +- them to tax credit for "critical areas' ol the city The rate originally submitted
Jones support
MIch., and Mr. Dan ,

system.( with a* a poor private bargain insurances compared Hodges FarmvUle of N.DeLand C t one; one ton.sitter John lJW11 AN tlllfllriHf the making tuition to send payments your! IOU you and are. the source(lm"Rl1T tald. NET I, a Ftranz'ent with 3iU1 frnt:ji wu) wits It for per!lie thousand minimum for JJOOjM tilt

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MOAT MIll Jessie Hodges. Baltimore, MONUMENT daughters to college." The security net caught one text 1.800: 43 cents ice the next

ACTIVE: rand and seven grandchildren.Lanklurd When the parents receive aid Vietnamese. Saturday with thrMaren.d relieved our minds and f reeds from loom, and X cent for an ever
active
: The two most
Th .
Funeral Home U In this In turn will help the colleges man was being 10,000 gaDors.CfRaCTT

I dates also disagreed on, federalI charge ol arrangements.Mrs. It III_.kparw size sus Edmunds declared.The tntenrooted but there wa set RATE:
aid for education with Rockefeller \ Stetson president spokeat t Immediate tndlcatioa what his You made It'VtT'J eayyand Customer sow pay tLSO per
.. a. worry.
favoring and Coldwater Gertrude Ward .adds pep.a.e aa assembly during the fifth latended target might hart OHMtsaad for a mtairmun 1700)gaOoat

opposing It. 5 5.5.) Awed axe M use annual Parents' Weekend oa been. ; 40 cent per thousand

Mrs. Smith who Is billed tt Mrs. Gertrude M. Ward. M. ..... .... Nee ealr b to.ad Stetson's DeUnd campus. Nearly The visit came at a time understandable lor the ant 18,000 gallon: 30

: the first serious\ woman ,candiFvbHih Sha.D..land Trailer Park died' riM bbl is 500 parents, relative and when the Wt Cone Communists *\. eats per tfeoosaad Jar the ant
I at 11:45: p.m. Friday at Fish other member of Stetson have announced a ;,c ? 100B8. and 20 cents per thousand
: .uas(tS Memorial Hospital. ...... -.iIL famine attended tilt threedayve stepped terrorist campaign '. ; ( tor til ever SITW gallons.la .

A winter visitor In Portend for .t. against American la Salgoa ALLEN-SUMMERHIIllflnc Sue aotk to customers the

I .4 Salt MOtpl BXwbtr.W twt- months Mr: Ward nude V* kr. s tape twinr al ... and have dmmwtratexl tae v company said die sew rates win

w tiara. lie TMUY.al.lnr T, July fwrtil' ,..eat..se bet home M Cleveland Ohio. _..itr -- Iw,5 ... mead b sine*. by Mix malor\ Jf r tate effect the text taw
I ltart"f Ua' Bah 5 1837 the wu a bombings wilMa the last rcxnutft AJaviAjiestwtaad miters are read r scheduled
b' DL.d Pub.ahe.eN. April I .. __ It..., .... DeLand SERVICE
., at Ut tteuth W.o/teiul retired public school teacher I moats : between March 11 and 70.
I B.ul.nr4< eLu4. ri n*. slaw ..... ....at..phi stokee 1 .A .f
I IIIe jut of Mue I. wsClM -..ao.eM1 i She It survived by her hus rUI Gardens i\ t ifelar* survey tome gap dry
r '" Richard .Ward ef **4 tecrttOed over tat rats la-
.ba H. Fwrr > ,twtn MMt,
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Mu 4. Wcldb. Yin ... Jsaal : Syracuse, N.Y.. and Kenneth A wildfire ywterday afteneoaea '\ : ". treat. t'JM unease. laid taaSua
.arat ..... a. K. ""'_.1. MtusoteumJUMslitBl ." Newt that .,...
** sew rattaire
tailor hail J 3 r4t* A4.. OU"I Ward of Cleveland; a brother r--- the east aide el N. Hill Lee JI..7 1y *-<-"
':;:; ... BirC.g.'&atNTATIr Earl Crab, Cleveland: a dater gases. New bear, Plymouth Av bunted O weep hard *. the atm waert
John IO.'NA I U. .F TT, AMooUIM. la.law, Mrs Jobs Ward De- VOLUSIA I AraJtoktoCMis abed ee acre Florida Forest \ KADOJUI Sauna Hotneuxs we tsriy a cnlaimen

J M'II' N.. Tarh I" N.t. .11.1 LaId, and five grandchlktrp >l* I .
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Wits. lepf.rei'al a a.asteM'RIPv'IQY NATtno. : The body wan sot to Ore- MONUMENT CO. I tile Waw. r took tile anal ., the taereaae.

.** Ills land yesterday funeral service = MOUSIKtBrOmAVI. The sent nertlat *f tile town

G110444t| .IIIIr.r:TTharw.r..Aii: *, It.IIIO ".. and burial .11...e. 1 l 1i$140$ ft Ihi U4$327 U"ts6 The lujar business! provide council win fee teuxniuw 'I'pt
mmt* | w..s. nevi
. main OM r*.n 121. .'.a AlIea.Sumrnerll1ll, Inc., wu la ..J lartIOIU't't ot Income la dul- and R Is npected mat tile water
t.e.ta..t E.aue.(HW L't; ,s* maatka, IU*. charge ot arracgementt. tar value la Hawaii. t fcsua WO be cti touted.Nation's .







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pet. I KUND (01O1IDA15U11) IM SVNDAT, MARCH .. 1964; Students In Vegas deeds enrolled .In Hie area's pub
,,,,' .' : .. ..' schools. Like most everywhere
'" LAS VEGAS lUPD It 1 else, many are over
r I SLATED APRIL 27 a MAY 1 may com as a shock to some, crowded and some are on doubt.
but .there are over 50,000 slu leI -"" .
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1 .\. Stetson 'Focus 'V eel\' I nEHOUA"mRRTI



... To Stress Church Art IZmS"


e
I i6G
The Importance of the arts I : in .
he contemporary church the most r
he emphasized In a series I > '\
programs st Stetson Center watt SNseI
wll dsY ( April 2T to May 1. end. New Ylrk Avarntwat
Nationally known t. Jecklea's Mlall Mertan
.in theology ant music .
e 4W ture and drama are We Clean Clothes 6 Dayi A We.kl! II
elected by the University '
lecture (11 form, or direct MondayTuesd.yWednesdayMai
Riams during thla 11
LSk Foeui Week at Stetson
The premier performance of J
pi'Ize.winning religious _
FLORIDA'S LAST EXECUTION BY HANGING WAS AT DELAND IN 1327 as I I Calico and Sackcloth will I
...Charlie Brows cUM for murder of Daytona Bach cab drlrer : .''. presented on Thursday -- ,
-
April 30. -----
An exhibition of 11 --

On April 18, 1927, At DcLand Jail on on the artist Christian residence theme by : ..... '.. JI1. --

* Freund will be shown for I
g \
first time

; State Final Execution By HangiNgBegan the Arts 1TBUC Stetson program Christianity INVITEDThe Is :!

primarily for students and
ty, but the public la invited Trousers

With Sheriff's Brief Query all"This events Religious Focus ... .

at Stetson will concentrate '
,. how the artist expresses ... Sport Coats Suits
live and eternal concepts to ,

'Charlie Brown Are You Ready community which he IIv.and.." the Jack world dll'I (Cess As I IUiJ f'

Stetson director of I
activities, said. r J Plain Skirts Sweaters i
"
I As coordinator for the ?
BT BERNARD BISHOP Usher, a Daytona Beach taxicab official form of execution. Therefore But as the tim for execution gram, Mahry la working i' PlMt* Latent
hun New Staff Writer driver. the prisoner would have to grew: nearer Brown's certaintythat I with Stetson's faculty m YOUR CNOia.ANY :1 I
"Charlie Brown, tie you From the time he was Indictedon be sentenced and hanged, the h* eventually would go flee In religion, English, :
% Q
ready?" Nov. 23, 192.1 until the noose court declared. apparently dwindled. "Well, I music, and sit $*| aoi
Voltisia County Sheriff S. E. pulled taut around his neck Defense attorneys obviously guess it's all off," he told officers. "It will be a unique project .
(lEd) Stone's question Brown controversial like that on any other "
\ Willampillit'd was a hoped to obtain a new' trial for I I'f
by the hush of more figure both In Florida and In the Brown already twice convictedfor At ( am. the next day, aNegro campus, Mabry asaerted.be able l \ R .a I
shortly to
expect
than 2,000 spectators gathered: north. the crime called by some ti-ustee found Brown on very .
the national)
behind the county' Jail at De. He twice was only hours away 'the most brutal In Volusla the floor of his cell with a strip announce "
Land. They were to witness the from death by electrocution Inthl' County records." But events torn from a blanket wrapped who will participate. "
last execution by hanging In state's new electric chair at were so swift following the around his neck At flint, officers Mahry said there Is the an l -. .# ,
of :
cleaning awareness
Kim Ida. Raiford State Prison. Gov, John Supreme Court's order for re- thought the prisoner was dead .
The dale was April 18, 1937. F. Martins reprieve saved him sentencing defense lawyers had But a doctor said Brown's pulse pnitance of the arts In ( .
nearly (four months after hang the first time and a Supreme little time to pursue theirItratt'i and heartbeat were normal, convincing up. a new dimension In the I v : )
hog had bern abolished the pression of worship "We : :
by Court ruling stalled death another )'. officers hI was feigning hard
legislature as the itate's otttdal time.Lawyers. On April T, 1923. the Voluxla death. They stretched the con. concentrate very and on OT40/ '* H'4BLANKETS
during our Chilstlanlty
form of execution from IVLand. Daytona )Jail was Inspected by A. L. vlcted man on his cell tot At ,
Arts program, he said. i I IkMlnlmem
Charlie Brown alias Charles .
he .
Henderson, state prison Inspector. noon ate a hearty mf'.I.C'nSlrIR.Y \
Beach and
Tampa New' Also commenting on the ,
Nielli,
middle aged New Yorkerof fc
CHIRKEDThroughout Jf
Henderson displayed a 7-F 4s ,
York City fought for Brown'sacquittal. coming weeks program, _*''
Italian descent, didn't answer Twice they' argued watch fob made from the pen his second trial Louis Kreund said "The .. \ '
At 10:06 a.m., as a 12.m.n Jury that Brown was Insane on Oct. Gov. Martin had used! to nlgnBrown's Brown charged' he had 'been faculty has long felt an
hatched, the death
trap was list death warrant framed lie accused his wife,
21 1923, the night Usher was tints to point a direction In :
sprung and Brown dropped Into pistol.shot several times and The Inspector expressed a hope Clara who had been acquittedof ] the spiritual fortes In the ad, I
the enclosure of the gallows. His that he could have fob made participating In the crime,
tossed from his taxicab on a a might be Inrorpotated. Into ...
neck was broken. Doctors pronounced lonely peninsula road near Day from the pen which would be and a companion, GI'OI'1I11 Burns, man a belief" Each 79;
him dead 24 minutes
tona Beach. used to sign a final death war. of conspiring against him. M.C.MTMI: AKK\
later.Brown's, Claia Brawn turned stale's, l
A famous rant. .
woman of line
attorney "With the bringing
death ended 3'i jean' \UK\NT KI.Mt.l: evidence again her hunhnnd. "MA'RTINIZING"The '
from New York City, Mrs. Rose nutatandlng authorities\ \ \
cf legal: maneuvering to save I Falls Bras, fought In Brown's Henderson didn't have long to After her acquittal she dllll'- aide tn our college ,
Mm from execution for the ed. received \lifesentence I
defenie A New' York newspaper wait. On API 11 13, Cow Martin peal Burns a Freund vain. "we feel MOST .a old OUWNtt
murder of Howard D. (Red) for his la the
The Graphic, conducted' penned his name to a warrant part through performance end
crime l :
a fund.raising campaign for the calling for Brown's exemtloiubyhanging. .J.il
accused killer and the Supreme The governor' action Evidence; presented l&' the I. ny i V: t l"" 'f..f'1' !:.IIPi'tI'.H''M'! ,,,, h., v {.Iaanparr w 'It
trial showed S ,. ., "
BUYMAYTAG Lodge, Sons of Italy,,worked to came the day ,after Circuit original, his wife, and Bum)had.IM'Brown ,.. JI''t "' : M 'tori' '" F 'l1"'lit", "'+ t" '." _,:" '. ..
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arouse sentiment fat i Brows I Judge W. W. Wright at DeLand t
hailed/
(Usher's taxicab at the j
among Americans of Italian had again pronounced sentence railroad passenger station In. \
on the convicted murderer
descent.COCRT I Daytona Beach and directed the
fmmf'dJateI
RLTJNOIt
Sheriff
Stone went driver to lake them to the
penin
was Mrs. Bres who secured ly to Raiford to accompany sula. There, on a lonely road. Get The On Summer
AT a Supreme Court order for' Brown back to DeLand. At soon Usher was shot 'several times Jump
Browa removal In J927. from M April 14, while Brawn sat and kicked from the car.
FRIERSON'SOHTKMOUUYAW Ralford, where he was awaiting placidly on a rot in his cell In Usher's pockets were rifled by
execution In the electric chair. the county Jail, Sheriff Slone the trio, evidence showed, and
The court ruled that Brown had read the death warrant to the bullets again were pumped Into
been convicted of first-degree prisoner. Drown slowly turnedthe him. The trio evidently fled In And The Heat. :
1)1 .. fttrtL Plan W 4-2771 .
murder and sentenced to death pages of a magazine and the taxicab, leaving the wounded s4i:
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at a time when hanging was the said nothing driver t. die.
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But Usher managed] to stop a

HSMAiafArPA 6RJnf ( ;sB8RSt5E1 : passing found car the before taxicab dying abandoned Lawmen AIC

la a garage at Ormond INSTALL
Beach. A statewide alert was ,
sent out with the descriptionsUsher
had managed to give before h OND1 jG
hI died.Sheriffs :
deputies In. Flagler a
County spotted the trio about! to
board a train In Bunnell. They
wet e arrested and returned to
DeLand where the long legal
battle was to begin\
LaA I On April ID, hours before' the
execution, Brow told officers

,I gives"Great" sins He have apparently been wu for Work, sleep and eat In the comfort of your own homo! ,


reconciled Stone But approached at 10 to am.his late Brown's when, Sheriff tell, )' Instill complete air conditioning system or add a unit to Ifil

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1'F the prisoner blanched. His lands : .. '
furnace.
\.
Warm Weather Friend.; were Bed behind) I his back and' : ,I your_ existing
with Sheriff Stone loading and) '' ,, :

PALM Lire Clifton flanked, Edward by Deputes Atwater George and.E JJE. x .,il. and let the Barnett National Bank help you keep cooll

Adnry, Brown 1I\IdllaI. ..y' .

to fallows the behind especially the Jail.constrttctad] 'I We'l|I finance your air conditioning and arrange low bank ?

byhmI2eaA a')? any LAST nUYCK
f r Standing erect on the trip rats monthly payments.
the Ironton JOII by III lour' lint ,um flit door, the prisoner beard) a
Suit you to*Ifi DN i lowt SgMwtlht prayer by the Rev. Dr. Jolts KZ;

PALm 11Th' IUit JOt cm mmd.for four good rtuontLTiOerkitlie Abbott Presbyterian, pastor Church.of DeLand's A Wark fleet Stop In at our Installment loan Dept. first thing tomorrow r''

"" .4s.2. ? hood WM put over Brows head]
f'lffwlwt tastier WaT M>
1 i tam lee ii rf ctttZtsrf and the MM secured around and ask how wo can help keep you cool this summer.
his aock. The prisoner tfldatpeak.
r /f/ : Cseftrt-tiRT\ -.!IIcIIw11II MMItUrith :J
;tsneitwi JeW Wy.JLVrMfrfrN At l) fsj m. the lever wee '. I
1 rl posed The crowd was sliest MIs 4
w..... saw it** ef Dents rope swvng bark and frrU,' :

esrjeitar werbgiMrwrkt rod. sod mntH heaps II straps. la striking the gallows the side Boor.of the opealns. h, I _Walk-Up Teller Window Open 2 p.ni. to 4 p.m.-I

Among the official wtlllf'n'lll .
..faahkdedgtt s*&*-* tte Jatnlufo. at the xcuttos were toss
only $5500 ,*Isrl...*. 0m M ia' lMHes$ Bitsnlisaa1 brothers of Usher A Defaced 1m-c.wmt.t Oer M* Arei.> .-1'" ;
.... staled bee"sefl} sr aihjral News reporter' also was aa of-, :
.A .w....., ..........4d,time, heat. to"a.d trial wltBtM. '
., Browa, the bat mae to be HflrtaOy -
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't executed- la rVirtdj. rsee -
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: Ottlod
p' '
/ved a pauper's burial by the
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4 DOAND OflOUBA) SUN Km SUNDAY, MAR 111,14"I D. W. hum Will Talk
DeLeon Garden Club
Springs At Woman's Club Meet


Distributes Show Schedules The Woman's CM of DLu4
i\ will have a luncheon meeting at
.ti 12 :30 p.m. Tuesday' at the Wnnv
an s Clubhouse. W. Mk'iigan\ :
WomenEEELDRED Tb creative mlwta of the The Jwilnr" flower Show Is a.vMed II
e'\ for
( many amateur gardneri of the In two aeetioM.) Ave.The! speaker wall he D. W
v yl, DeLeon Spring Garden dub art Glees OME-"O Beautiful }'(.,, Preant of the Apollo Support!
HUNTEX, Editor filled with Ideal for arrangements Patriot Dreun" a patriotic ai Department of General ElecTtc.
these day. The apart ranaonent using fresh flower, < He will talk about the GMrral
which has lit their Imagination CLASS TWO-"9elf Contiot:: Electric'' : display al tb* World
ewiventtoa of the Nat CoweU U tile schedule for the sixth annual Fifth flowers vataig! only a few -- : Pair and show pictures of aofiMor
JWL VotedDonations of haler. Service and Welfare Flower Show presented by RulesAdherence 9A _, the buildings.
Leagues' will b* held I April 8 9 ...
the club. It will be held In the to the rules con kINi -
ToOrganizations In Winter Garden Ponce de Leon Spring Hotel and tamed In the schedule la mandatory r I Leaky kerosene or" fuel oil
Plans were mad for the annual will be staged March M from 1 An Infraction may mflndltll1uallflca heaters can be deadl) Check
meeting at 10 a.m. March, Ins p.m. and March 2t from 1 tlnn. : our heating equipment regular-
20 at Calico Kitchen Restaurant.Th to ( pm.'Receipt. The highest e! e m p e 11 I H vr I(3 during the winter."
meeting will be i brunch of the 'schedule felling awards which nay be awarded
honoring the members going sustaining the theme of the flower. show and are the TH-eolftr. Award of tar
lumbers! of the Junior Welfare and the installation Of listing the classes within each division ttnctlnn and Award of Merit\ )
Lie n .
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sets the m'IIIailmat.( of The three are ot equal value. In.dividual V )
Bt'.n' amounting to KSQ to Mri. Judy Cover, chairman Of "
a dozen or more "possible. winning entries receive
f 'ir local organizations. Th the recent "nutcracker" balletawounced ,:
Then come the problem of separating ribbons, blue fop first red for
ft' "up met for their March bui- the affair war a complete
chaff from the wheat second, yellow for third and
Inf" meeting In the Calico KIt. sellout and a success and a
among their own conceptloni whit for honorable mention. rt
fen Restaurant. she thanked all the member assisting hoping the one elected arrangement There are aim a number of i/-
i \heck v* ill be sent to the fol. her with the arrange
will be the! one selected by special award includingSweepstake A .-
1100 each to the West
.
trying
tnenta.Members the }judges all the winning\ crew Award to' the Indl
Vtiutla Memorial Hospital/ and assisting with the tion. Once this ha* "been done vtdus! winnlnr the! greatest num
t'Kh Memorial Hospital; 1100 to Suhln Oral Sunday on Apirl 12 'd / lest
material assembled and hand her of blue ribbon In the horticultural Ar \
t'3iUdren'i Museum and $:,0 are Claire Adnms and Faye m
set about the! painstaking workof and artistic design dur (
tf< the Exceptional nal1lf n'. Onld, anon to 2:30:: ) i ,m. and bringing fact out of figment In* the show.Horticulture.
cli'sej at George Marks School Dlnkv McMihan and Gayle Pro Creative imagination, which rules and regulation ,
It was announced the annualSOLVED tor. from 2:30: to 5 p.m. will be In the Include Exhibits '
_. apparent many : are open
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flower show ..lItrI,.. has already to' all amateur gardeneri and all IeilyiI
"been demonstrated In the ached- garden club member
floipitnl Record sic! for the show which hit the All cut specimen blonsomi Show
Garden Club Plans For Flower
DeLeon
'Intriguing title of "America The must hav been grown by the Springs
Fish Wftt VolutlaTue
Beautiful. The class denlgna- exhibitor, and all potted plant

k ., .. linen which guide the entrlea are must have been In the possession The DeLeon Springs Garden Club will present Its sixth innuaf Flower Show, with the theme
M. see Dated< sea Nt U4.ri .* Show Clawed three month. from I to I p.m. and on March 28 from 1 to a p. m. Mr. Herbert MOM left, chairman ef amng
CLASS ONE "0. Beautiful AH specimen! must be labeled scents has announced that the artistic division of the show \la open to all Federated Garden Club
"idt Memorial America" a composition using with correct names, clisslflcitlon members A special invitation and work sheet hav been tent to the Garden Club. of Plerson,
P ADMISSIONS!\ fresh material (( entries). committee will assist DeLeon. Spring Heights, Olenwood DeLand Cringe City and DeBary
m Medical: Miss Marilyn Haught, CLASS TWO-"God Shed Thy All entries\ will be judged! for Non-f arden club member art urged to compete in the horticulture exhibit The gale admission
Osteeni.; Albert Mlddleton 116 E, Grace on The*", a spiritual design cultural perfection. Include entry to the Flower show and the privilege o( the Spring grounds Pictured above with
r Vor/rhl Ave.; Fred ClampaaeUl, snowing humility using fresh Only one entry to' a class unless torn Moss are Mrs. John !Butcher center judge chairman and Mra. A. F. Powell president of

4 lEM' ,1510 dew-view'e Ave e '' ** 9 4DKMUMAUI { ';, ,,materials, ft ,entries) the class li subdivided In the Garden Club of DeLand. who.met recently wit h the group to discus: the Flower Show schedules
? which cu the exhibitor.! allowed Sun News Photo by Hunter)
IRA110M ..Mi*. James'Mlddleton; 130 E, CLASS THREE-"And Crown
one in each
E Good with' Brotherhood from entry subdl-
Howry Av* ; Mn. DUver Bel- Thy
vision. V. AmurlyIlls; b Glorlosa; c- ALA Committee MeetThe
den, DeLand.WV. Sea to Shining Sea, twin ar'rengement
iL.....: Container will fce provided
for
even Gladioli; d-Cilla Lily; e-Amazon a
on mirror (maximum
Memorial1VARGA Garden Club executive committee of
for thoM who. he + all rut specimens. Stem lengthsof f Easter
perspire ltr DArCHTER of two) using fresh material it Lily; Lily; 1- the American Legion Auxiliarywill
all cut specimen should be In
Mr. and Mrf. George Wargaj; entries), not necesiary to beIdnIII'III. visual pronortlnn to size and Snow Flake; h-crocus; -Hyacinth meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow Vmatili Is
Dreary, are the parentj of a weight of flower ; J-Narcissus; k-Slar of ActivitiesCircles with Mrs. Charles Otis, DeLand
i e+ daughter weighing eight pounds, CLASS FOl1R-"Cllnflnn Thy Bethlehem; Daylily I ; m-Iris; Highland th* word for
All plants must be
three, ounces born at 11:11: ..m. Soul In Self Cnntrnl" an arrangement potted entered n-Freezla; o-any other merltorlui -
March 6. using only three ((3) on March J7, from 10 *.m. specimen of the Garden dub of at the home of Mn. Charles Ray this elegant
A new antl-prsprnt( that till ( p.m. Cut anertmen only DeLand have announced the following .
ADMISSIONSLois! flowen fresh material 16 en- CLASS Eplphytei, Brome Country dub Estate, at 2 p.m.
works Solves under.arm will be accepted before 9
really *.m. schedule of meetings
ft-lent.) Reds and orchids with Mrs. Sefton
Ralph as co-
2piecepasl.nd
A, Paige DLon Springs;
problems for Many who the morning ef the show. Check-
had despaired of slfettlv*help.Klth M.... Dorothy Porporlno, 418 S, CLASS SIX "With Amber nut time will be after ( CLASS VI Foliage plants.Classified Minima CircleJolme hostess Following the meeting
m Antl-P.rsplrsnl I Montgomery Ave.; Mrs Lent Wave of Grain," a composition' March 29.Planti'on. p.m. and judged by varlct- Berg will be the speakerat a silent auction will be held. '
keeps adtrarma absoluUly) WUllama,. DeLand) Mn.. Gen showing" motion using dried ma ty, one entry permitted In each the Wednesday meeting of the Dlanthua Circle
dry for thousand of grateful \ trurti Landln Orange dry; Will terials. the State conservation variety a-Flcus; Dracaena; Mimosa. Circle of the Garden Members of the Dianthus Cir crepe ... ,
11M,.. Positive action coupled J. Murphy, Umatllla; Mrs.Fran- CLASS SEVEN "Mav God lint may not be exhibited in c-Rex Begonias; Maranta; dub ol DeLand and will show cle of the Garden Club of De. '

wrmoZ with tomptttt tint and itntlnut tlotkinf so hmad ell G. Wisher 244 N. Delaware Thy Gold Refine," in analogou* horticulture.HecfloRj. Horticulture Nephthytii; f-Antliurlum; fCrotoni slides of the Florida Federationof Land will meet at the Calico Kitchen available J \ ?
I by new type of Ave,; Mrs. Ethel H. Walker, De- composition In yellow (I entries). n ; h-Aglsoneme, ; 1- Garden Clubs' tour of the Thursday at 1 p.m., for a "
else in sins
.ur.-'u Leon Springs; Wllli A. Brooks, CLASS EIOHT-"Thlne Ala- CLASS I-Annuals, one stem Coleus; J}Pcperomla: k-Dlcffrnhachia Caribbean. The circle will meet salad luncheon Mn. Bess Ballard navy
alyear-oldlaboratory. unless otherwise -- ------ ---
stated a-F
thy DeLeon Springs buster Cities Gleam A compoiltlon ach- ; Phllodondron; m- and Mrs. Charles Britton 12 thru 1 IS.
Eatltf action guaranteed.Don't DISMISSALS using fresh whit flowers elor'i button; Snapdragon; Caladium: n-Alocasla; o-Any water, not to exceed S" In all)I. will be hlst...... Travel -slides
give 1 in to perspiration wer- Mr. Gladyi Parker WUm- III alabaster containerlightedboxes Dlanthus.. (Pinks and Carnations other worthy specimen. CLASS III-<:Collector Corner will be shown by Mrs. Dorothy so easily accessoriiid.
rise; try Mitchura 0 Anti-Par hurst Rd.; John B. King Orange -(or blue! ribbon' award ): d-Petunia, (single and CLASS Vll-Pulms rid Ferns collection of any one plant Perry at the meeting followingthe
spirant today -day supply
ttJ flu t**.. City; Mri. Paul M. Booker Jr., only ( t entries double); ...Blue eyes Daisy; "From Sea to Shining Sea. genus (15 pots) (such as specie\ luncheon. from ,
and infant daughter 2M E Floe Miniature Chin, Nasturtium single. 3 stems, CLASS Virt-Vines, a-Pothos; and form of Ivy); collection Polniettla Circle.T.
enc Ave.Legion Within the miniature division and doubles 3 items); t-Pansy Phllodcndron, (climWnc': c- of any genus of cut flowers <((5< R. Townsend Volusia County $1795
rp I the! c4asnes are entitled:CLASS i] items) ; Larkspur (J Ivy; -Hoya; Wsndcrlng stems) ; collection of any Agriculture Agent will present
t Auxiliary Meet ('INE--"More Than Sell Their stems); 1-Phlox (J stems ; J JI Sw S- Jew: f-Any other worthy apeclfnen. bulbs, corms, rhizomes, tubers, a program on "Pruning" at
: Country Loved" a patriot arrangement t peas; k Calendula (3 (I .tem""' a meeting ef the Poinsettia Circle
Member ot the American "Le uilni red white, and itemst V any other worthyspecimen \ CLASS TX-T1owerint Potted Junior Horticulture of the Garden Club of l> GIBBS
flop Auxiliary wW meet at t blue fresh flowers 'runttt inc. './11, Wednesday In the Legion CLASS TWO "A boy. the CLASS II Perennials, son. Geranium; Glozlnla; -Be- CLASS II-Rooted Plant 1:30 p.m. Friday at the home of
Home, 210 W. Net VarkJAv Fruited Plain' dried arrangement stem !or spray i-r"rhI'rI. I dingle font' ; Ornamental Farmer in CLASS in-Cut Flower, lItI'i Mrs. J. E. Crosby (43 W. Wls- TOUR FASHION) STOAT
N. *lrt.\nM 11MS7T All visiting Auxiliary members using fruit and leavea (Ientrlesj. and double); Stnkenla; c fruit: Anemone; f- Amazon blrasom or spray I I cousin Ave

1 are welcome. -Sweet William: d-Verbena; e Lily; Africavi Violet (single \T>3T '
,;Impstfens; f-any other inert and double); h-Any other worthy ,

torlui specimen.CLASS specimen ,:tf1', ,,, '. "t"
HI-Flowering or Berry CLASS X-Cacti and Succulent

IF/leu beerlnt shrubs, tree or *.
KNEW DIAMONDS Vines. Fruited Plains, one bloom Serena m. ftneHiil Fxhibike115L0T1iRR000; I }1ff
u uIII't
or spray a-Hoses; b-Camellias : /
; -Ardlila; -Indian Hawthorn CLASS I Plant Collectors'" .
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; -AWea.; f-Flr.lhnml; Comer Collection of plants L -',- ) '

'c-Vlbumum; li-Shrimp! Plant) In one container: b.Planter- ..,. .
LIKE tog KNOW :- ; see 'I'vt '' If .. ifH /.;,
iNalldlnaHnll.uckle; k- decorative not to exceed 24"ver
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Thunbergla\ ; i-Any other worthy aliiCLASS I ...
specimen. n-Novelty. a Dish
CLASS rv-Rulha Corms Rhl- Garden (soil or water): b I I J
DIAMONDS some. and Tubers, one stalk' a- Miniature Dish Gardens, (soil or A 1 ) '..1 ... .; i
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Clarke Dolive pal. S KUND fflMBA) SON MEWS SVNOAT,MA OI I, DM Church Events


Talks At Meet ,

.For Women

Of Rose Circle : N 't Arl

Fiat ChrbHaa berth
Christian Worn1 fbjaw/ship!
"SoU .
and Water Conserra.tlon
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wu the subject used: ,h\ groups. First Chrtattaa Cfcurcti
will meet tomorrow M JlllDwI
Clarke
Dolive. U. S. Sou ron
group one, at '.r3Mth;
enatlonlst,
when he spoko at'
t meeting Friday of the r,,?u Miloren" Du."w
Circle of the Garden Club of I> \ "I ik Ace : group tee,
with Mn Faye 112
Land. The members met! \\11"
Temple 1 l Ave,
Mrs
B. D McGarrah at t"i3;
home ot her daughter, Mn, group three, at 1 pJsV" ,
Stanley! Culp. lohn cannon. 931 V7> rk Y 11
During the social hour .rrfn.It! w Ave group four, .t' t .. 1 C
menu were served and Miss with Mix Alex TborntM, Mte
Elizabeth Satterthwait pic'Ided Y two, Riverside Estates: ; group
at the refreshment table. fKv at 8 pm.. with Mrs. Jerry
Those; present were Mrs h Bernasek, 830 N. Thorpe Ave.,
Robert R Strawn, Mn Elliot Orange! City. Daylona Beach Barber Shop Quartets Entertain Tourist Club
St. BarnabM Episcopal Church
Allen, Mrs A. D. David Mrs ,
Floyd Felt Mr*. C. G MrTaslin.I Thursday at 10 ant a(| t. ,
Irs. A. F. Mikell Mrs Maurice Barnabas Episcopal Church:' Daytona Beach Barber Chop! Quartet and horse will present the program for tile DeLand Tourist Club at DeLaad Senior i
Nlelson Mrs C. C. Riemer MM. potato Communion for St. Hele! High School auditorium at 1:10 p m. tomorrow, Harry. Reddlck. president report that they have new quartets and will also bar a
Clara Run)'on and Mrs Victor na's Guild members will be JieM. quartet of the Sweet Adeline to luimenthell' program
Swartz, I I I This will be followed by a.phort --
a
a e meeting and coffee how*,1 1iohCanterbury edict Church will meet at 7:M Rosary-Altar Society will meetat Pythian Sitters LBYCA Luncheon
House. Mrs. Qisrle* I'' m. tomorrow at the church S p.m. Thursday In the parish
DeLand Duplicate S Capehart and Mrs. Alfred The meeting will be preceded by hall. St Monica circle will be The Pythian Haters DeLand Meeting Thursday
Cartledire will be hostesses for attending the Evangelistic: Service the hostess group. All ladle are Temple' 30. will meet at S
the mfte hour. in the church.St. reminded to bring articles for p.rn. Members ef the Lak. Berfe
Wednesday at the K of P Hall.
Bridge Winners First MelhndM Church IVIrr'a Catholic Churth the Baby !Shower which will be ford Yacht dub Auxiliary will\
March meetings of the Wom St Bridget Qrcle will meet at given for the Catholic\ Charities Mrs Ton Smith 1015 Martin hold their monthly luncheon:
Mrs ijeorge Pearsall was director an's Society! of Christian Serv 10:30: am. tomorrow with Mrs, Layette. At 2 p.m. Thursday the St., Eda SterU circle at t:30 meeting at 12:30: pm. Thursday
ol 10 tables at the DeLand ice First Methodist Church!; will R. E. Lee 431 E. New York Ave. St. Ann. circle will sponsor a a.m., with r.lra. John Besrden' at the Yacht Cub ,
Bridge Club duplicate bridge he tomorrow as follows: Kettle Mrs. Charles! Regret Will be co card party at the parish hall. 417 W. Minnesota Av.t Vickie Reservation are to be madeby )
game Friday night In the Deer- Austin circle at 530: a.m.,' with I hostess L u 1c h e on will be Stations of th. Foal will beat Brsrlngton and Blanch. Wester calling any one ef the tee
loot Rd. clubhouse. Mr*. Ode Lankfnrd 720! E.I served' at noon. 7:30 p.m. Friday lit the circle at 130: am., at th. leases by Tuesday light Hnatee
North'south winners were: Mr. New York Ave.; !Susannah WHo The Sacred Heart curl will church church.Calvary: sea are Mr*. Malcolm Move,
and Mrt1.. A. G Besom flint: Icy circle, at 1:10:: a.m. in! the meet at 1:30 f.m. tomorrow Mefcrni Baptist Church Baptist Church Mr. Wilson Smith and Mr*.
Mrs. Ida R Wilson and Robert dining mom of the Educational with lob I. William Roland LakeBeresford. Circles of the Woman's Missionary The Ruth Class of Calvary Raymond Hun.).
Leigh, second: S. Elmon Benton Rid*.; Anna Kirk circle, ft 3 Union, Stetson, Baptist Baptist Church will meet at T:30 Remove-crayon: mark ea wall
and Norman Meyer, third: Phil pm., with Mrs. Gilmore Ander At S p.m. Tuesday the Adult Church will meet Tuesday as pm. Tuesday at the home efMr paper Scrape off excess wltk h
DeBeraro! and William Wood eon Beresford Rd: Charlotte Choir practice' will be held at follows" : Mary Catherine Brother *. Clarence Eckroth. Rout knife and sponge lightly wttk,
lock. touVth.Eaitt "' lover: circle, at 2 It m.. with the church circle at 111: : a.m., with two. acetone.
.est winners were: Mr, Mrs, D. L. Larson 913 W. Rich
and Mr*. William ;: \,1 Avf'.: Rose Howe, at 3 pm.,
first; Mrs O X. with Mrs. Elsa Corning, 206 S.
Mrs William Rosl.'borourh'l; Parsons St.: Ameli Leete at
Mis. Elsa Unklea '' ,., 2::10 p.m., with Mrs William 21
Reilli third; Mrs. R. T. Stevens' '.1',; ," J McCarty :2W:!! S. MsrydeU Ave.: Itnuews
and -lies Ethel Johnson tied I ? Candare Bolts circle at 2:10::
with[Marvin Long and Col. a? I-1 ] aa : p.m., In the Rosemary Room
Jam* Smathor for fourth. ( Y ..Sea with Mrs. Harry Brooks and ALWAYS F1RST QUAUTY
A one wishing Information Mrs. Augustus Kerns as ro.hostesses
.boit the duplicate bridge lame .. I ; Marion Carson circle at IT PAYS TO EASTER SHOP AT PENNEY'S
la ifted to call 7342823. 2:30: p,m., with Mrs. Myron Baker <
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327 E. Beresford Ave: Sarah r 'Il'" _. :t :-J lIIIf'I

W man's Club Sets May Wedding Planned Mrs.Vascr circle, at 8 p.m., with M.n' Sizel 35 to U M.n' Styes 36 to U M.n' Slues 14t/ to 16IA
Allan Neckers, 710 N. Sans

nual 'Fun Night Representative and Mrs. Albert Sydney Herlong Jr. Lees. Snarl Circles! Ate meeting Tuesday at )ucroll'N Cotton l'cnncys Lightweight 'I Wash 'ii Wear S. Slccvo
of their
burg. have announced the enticement daughter. Dorothy
The annual "Fun Night" forembforl 7:.10 p,m, as follows: Betsy Dick-
to the Rev. Charles Henry Hay, Mount Dora, ton of lira Doria
of the Woman's dub H. Mclto", Orlando. Ins, in Rosemary room with '
Easter Suits Wool Blazers Dress Shirts
tt DeLand will be at 7:30: p.m. Th wedding will be at 10 a.m. May 10 at ,a. James' Episcopal Mr. William Dodge\ : a* hostess),
March 17, at the Clubhouse. W. I Church in Leesburg. WesleyaB. Service Guild with ... \
[Michigan;: Ave. Dessert will be I The bride-elect attended the University of Florida and graduated Mrs. Charles Huber 137 W, Light weight \ Burgundy, navy, .j "
served during the evening. A from Coker College In Hartavllle, .. C., with a bachelor of Michigan Ave. Mr. T. J. Trembley University Grad camel. bl.dc. Whit. button down '
highlight will be a skit "If Men arts degree In commercial art She has been teaching art at will be (hostem. All members style. Ree, .nd 1995 ITrrn. JbC. 1888 Oxford or 250 I
Played Cards the Way Women Roblnawood Junior High School In Orlando Mica Herlong wa are reminded to take their :
long _______.._ and longs. broadcloth. .
Do'" On the program under the presented st the Poinsettia Ball of the Woman's Club of Leesburg. "Love"! Offering to their circle y -- -- ::
direction of Mrs. Paul H. Tracy, The R v. Hay attended St Petersburg Junior Collete and meetings. L ssnscawereaaleev: "' -/IIIIil/ -- IItt V' "1a., If" yMueeBoys. I
will be I. G. Pearce Zack Wll- received a BA degree In history from the University of Florida Trinity MethodM Church
, I llama, H. W. Manning and Prof. where he was a member of the Phi Osmma Delta fraternity The Wesleyan Service Guild, Slzas 1-4 to 20 Boys Sizel 8 to 12 Boy' Shea 3 to'"IBig'yattic
R. M. Nolan. He war awarded his BS degree by the school of Theology, Unlvers Trinity Methodist Church, will\
Mrs. Stanley Hodes will be In sty of the South at Sewsnee Tenn. The Rev. Hay U vicar of $t. meet at 7'30 p.m. Tuesday with Acrilul1 Hoyon'N Acrilan '; Wool and Hoyon
charge of the dessert. Mrs. Edward'a Episcopal Church In Mount Dora. Mrs Mary Gordon 1'8 W Fu- :
Hodges. Mrs. E. J. Rosekelley' I 'clld Ave. Mrs. R. W. Shields "
and Mrs. Lee Maxwell are in ; Maine Residents Plan Helen Is serving a* vice prost I will\ be eo.hMtf'lI.Cant't't' Rayon Su13 its Easter Suits : Easter Suits
Charge of arrangements. dent. I dressing will\ be made )
Picnic At Rock SpringsTwice at Trinity Methodist Chortle at10am.
All resident and tourists from ton, .arln'. f'4 t !
I King's Beauty ''Shop I each year the State of Maine are invited to attend H n. Thursday in Fellowship. I IThe txceU.nM.JJo.: ... nn 7..7fi'TUMf'd' 10 JooJrJJb 1'1 9 I 9 'Blacer/asset" brl') 599 '' //\I.i
Maine Cub meets in Central I nlcnlc. tII'l CIC das of Trinity' Meth- j log,' continental ....... ABig Brotlltr;' ,,' ..r, rtI, ..... !(fanry ..'wUb ,
n.tb' N.PII..>v*. (.AS...,V-a -''''' Florida roe February meeting' It"lIn ______ Charcoal I colors:''':... 'ojOlfcl.lacu. _.:;. _. : ....ldr I II
was j In Winter Park.
$11 wAn The next meeting will be ANNOUNCEMENT CALENDARThis 1Boy's I

mcuu' $5 March. A 28 at Rock Is Springs and, Apnp.ka. each. Sixes 8 to 18 BOf" a Sizes 8 10 1. )f.n', Sixes 27 to 42
picnic planned calendar .1 inDia la supplied by the various club and ,
e 4 OptntenH. a family planning to attend Is rt.j ...,IWliIUona. The Sun News to DOt responsible for programs that
A.f.lBfrBMt Ifeeeuur -j minded to brine a lunch basket do not adhere to the schedule listed below, Any changes must be White Short SJec\'c Tropical Weight Wool/Dacron Blend
SHAMPOO j SIt $1.50 Jeff Hodges, Altamonte Springs to our office by Wednesday preceding date Of pubUcsttoa.llONDATt .
la president, Earl Oiesley Lake,
Dress Shirts Dress Slacks Tropical Slacks
1]:00-DeLand Chapter BAR. luncheon: meeting Calico Xltch.a :,
Restaurant
e. 11: *- U> and Itb grade 4-H club Home Demonstration Office
.ao-a"ltal Cub Calico Elicits Restsuraat.S Machine washable, Iso Wash 'n West 299 rl.attd fir plain 700
.W-DeLand Humane Society. Florida Power Lounge, regular cnllar rabrics. Regular, front. .Wa.h 'n .
S covered dish supper Broadcloth: __.r-r.. husky and .tlm. .,..w w.r l.brie. -
T:30-eLand Tourlat Club at DeLand Senior High SchoolS "
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00-IOOF. Magnolia Lodge 11. Odd Fellows Han
00-Cros. of Malta Past President' ClubS .Wom.n'. 8 to 18 Woman' 10 10 11 Mn' Sb.. S-M'1.'
:00-BPOI: Lodge 16... clubhouse S. Clara Ate ) '

1 TUESDAY) Dacron 'N Cotton /, Popular Cotton ; : LOng Slcevo ; t '

S M a.m.-WVMHA esecutlv. board meeting West Volusla

Oo-Klwanls Memorial Club HospltaL Putnsm Hotel Fashion Twins Shift Dresses I Sport Shirts

./ v. i.30 DeLand Woman's Club st clubhouse
a.00-Vermont Club covered dish supper. Tourist Clubhouse
4r.e.
I.4J-Ltotts Club clubhouse: N. Oarfield "...
1:Jft-$t. John's Ladle Masonic Temple uutttut natal' 500 Side button, 50 Final clean up of 166colors.
r 110: Pilot Club at 134 N. Kentucky Air. Full flare I shoulder button, fag k all fill and Spring

S.00-Junior Woman's Club Woman' Clubhoa alilrts.-.---- bold prlnu. .....___ long aIHY" .u.
00-Womea of tile lloos*. Chapter loot.\ moose Lodge,
S M- &1lbte ef Pythlaa Uyrll. LocI,* 11. K of P Rail.S .

: .* Alconollca Anonymoua, 434 W. Rica: ....., Phone RC ...lWZDNXSDATI "...tWomen's?I' Sizes 8 2011 WomtQ' She. ,10to 18 Wom.n'" Bb., 10' \ to It 11

1:M BV-CBMO Breakfast meeting Calico: tito ee :,Shccr GaYl1lode l\lnchine\ Washable '11Ca'cIi1iiWashable\
'.10 a m.-Olrl scout Neighborhood Meeting, rust CbrlsUaa

., v S.00-Church Llterary. Leaves at DeLand Public library.. ". S:00-AB SUte Club Pot Luck Supper, Tourist Clubhouse
i iJ0-Clvd Air Patrol. Cadets at DeLaod Airport Senior .
Squadron meet st I.00, ''Sellltl.... plain 3 Pairs
S .Amerlcan: Leghw Post and AUIIU...,. Legion Bom "or mesh. ropu- Cotton and rayon 200 Superb tailoring 950riar
00-Pythlaa assure, DeLand Tempi 10. LofT Baa and bl.nd. SOT perfect !1L --- 1
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I .. I ,. t DCUKO (nORmA) SUN mm WNOAY, MARCH t, imVolusia
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Chapter 186, OES, GSW Celebrates I _


Will Honor Past Anniversary Of [ 52ND BIRTHDAY -1 I PEa SisterhoodAN


Matrons Patrons Girl Scouring Chapter Elects

,
i Men InService
Today will be celebrated ai
Past Matrons and Past PItrona (i.ji! stout Sunday throughout Officers For 1964AN
will be honored at' tu the fund State It will mark 41d
March 20 meeting of the Volucia thi beginning of Girl Scout Weed
Order of Eastern Chapter PIX elected and
Chapter Jj$
and (he celebration of the SJnri Installed officers at a
Star. The' announcement was meeting
.nli 1\f'I'Srv of Girl Scouting In at the home of
Mrs.
made at Friday nlght'i meeting u.s. ARMY EUROPE AHT- Friday
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the (I'nited States.On
Of tte group In the MasonTemple. : NC> Army Specialist Four Morton McDonald, N. Stone St.
The membeis of the; this day more than tun Richard E. B. Warensford 32 Mrs. John E. John was co-
group fill 1 serve as officers at 1 e ,yU and three quarter million Mil I on of Mr. and Mn. Bruce M.Warawtord hostesi.
Scout will attend the rhuirh of> New officers art: MM. Cluster
the tyeeung. t 901 Clark Ave., participated
thin' choice In uniform as a K Ferns, president; Mis.
MARNE
trip the In Exercise
agenda, during ev
Op ;
public demonstration of the Girl exercise McDonald vice president; Mn,.
the plans for the comIng RAM a field training
nlng was "
Scow s commitment to do her .
supper at 6.30: p.m Tuesdnjin elI In Southern Germany which end. E. P Erion, recording seer.
dutv to (;00.
Charles E.
the Masonic dining hall fa ed Feb. 12. tary; Mrs. Peck corresponding
The Girl Scout promise bas secretary) Mn. Paul
Mason Tie Masons will confe Exercise MARNE RAM a
touched the live of more than L. Martin, treasurer Mrs
; E.
the Masters degree during the mock war, was designed to test
tvenfng. 20000.000 American girl and ,11 the ability, of U.S. Army combat M. Brown, chaplain; Mrs. B. F.
.
women since Juliette Low funded Grantham pard.Dtiegslt'l .
A rummage sale Is plmiiitalof and support units to carry out
the organization la the ( elected to attend the
14 at the Food Fait their missions under simulated
March United State' In March 1912. It convention In Orlando are hh..
battlefield conditions.Specialist
(Hiking lot. I.I a ilmple promise but Its 1mpllratloni Warensford, overseas Ferns and Mrs McDonald Alternate .
At the conclusion of the meetIng are dwp. are Mrs. Peck and Mi..
Mr. II since last August, Is a clerk
MI'Loll Housend,
The theme for this Girl Srout the 16th Signal Erion.
of
In Company C.
Donna Bailey and Mrs. Edith Week I I. 'Girl Scouting- Pro. During the program Mrs
'a i Butzbach,
Ilorrell.ocl81l1our.were hostess for the ( mine In Action." This theme slg- (.i 1 Germany.! Battalion He entered near the Army James Moses recited a humorous .

,I I nlfies the intention of the Girl In April 1962 and completed poem.
I Scout organization to omohnibc .f t basic training at Fort Gordon, During the social hour 21 ,
DAR Board To MeetThe I I the moral and oplrltunl basin of Two ways of saluting the flag are demonstrated by Ga. Warensford Is a 1959 graduate members were served refresh
I I Its program more strongly than these Girl Scout. The young lady on the left. in a uniform of DeLand High School ments by the hOllteBllel.Frightened .
executive board member ever The adult In the movement worn by Girl Scout many year* ago, shows the three-
ft Erwin: Chapter I recognize that, In a world fingered, military salute formerly used by Girl Scouts.The Lizards '
Daughters of the American that 1 I. tense, confused! and often (Cidett Girl Scout,on the right Illustrate the hand-ow DAR Will MeetIn
Revolution, win meet at 4 p.m. : publicly heart, civilian salute which Girl Scout use today. ]Morethan SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -
Thursday at the home of Mrs. I the tense of direction that comes three and a half million girl and adult throughout Winter Park When the Pacific\ horned lizard
Ralph Sefton, N. Boundary Ave. from solid moral value the nation Join In celebrating! Girl Scout Week this week squirts blood out Its eyes, It Is
June Itride-Elect Children also need the strengthand (March 8.1 ) for the celebration Is"Girl Scoutlnf Member of the Col. Arthur because he is frightened, according .
A Promise in Action. Duty to country i is part of the Girl
p assurance that derives from Erwin Chapter, Daughter of the to current expert opinion
clone family relationship For Scout Promise American Revolution, will meetat .

HELEN CURTIS Mr. and Mrs. Victor Earl P'I lahel, 310 E. Mlchlgsn Avt., announce this reason the Girt Scout are 1:30 p.m. Friday at the home -
the engagement of their daughter, Victoria Mane rielnhel, making a special effort this Girl I of Mn. Fred Tanner, 931 Lin
BRINGS YOU to Robert Joseph Wells, son of Mrs M C. Besslnger, DeLeon Scout Week to Involve mothers Cross Malta coin Cr., Winter Park.
Of
ffM INCRZDIBLI Springs, and Fletcher Wells Cocoa. I and father In Srout activities Homes Of FutureTo Those needing transportation Willa Jean's
I COSMETIC The brld_l.ct was graduated from St. Mary's School for and to Interpret to parents the Member of the Cross of Malta are asked to contact Mrs. Sam ,
THAT SMOOTHS Olrls, Stwane. Tenn., and from Stetson University. She wee a importance of Girl Scouting In Fait President Club Veteran uel Stlllwagon, telephone com Hair Styling Salon
AWAY WRINKLES member of Bets Beta Beta, national Biology honorary. She i* their daughters' lives. Provide Nook of Foreign War, will meet mittee chairman, 7343250), or #,
'IN MINUTIS: presently employed at Southern Research nstitutt, Birmingham, Most parent are happy to all p.m. tomorrow at the homeof Mrs Ralph Sefton. and |
Ala. have their daughter. loin the Mn. Ethel Tyler, S. Chandler! During the program slides of !i
DeeyaCosmetic
IKIKFS THEM AWAY The prospective bridegroom wit graduated from St. Andrews Girt Scouts, to make new For Each Person Ave. Member are reminded of the contents of the National Society
FOR HOURS.. School Stwannet" Term., and attended Stetson University.M friend, broaden their Interest, the "Bakeleu" food sale DAR Museum, Washington, Studio 1
la presently at fort Banning, Oa., attending officer candidate develop an understanding ofthemselves D. C., will be shown Hostesses \
school. By HITS: MILLETT I A Week! \
and will be Mrs. Tanner, chairman Open Day*
a respect for in the
I or a dining area play
A JUDe Wedding 1 I.being planned. other But unfortunately X""p.pI'Ent4rprlHe Ann. Mrs. John A. Pickens Mrs. A. F. Kvtntnff By App.tntmtnt ,
*omeBarents room to the kitchen.
In the future American home, open Mickell, Mrs. T T. Foley Mrs. 114 C. Rich, Aye, Ph.Danny's n4.meI
ttcept these benefit
Every room ought to have a
\Ii without asiiumlng any share of design will emphasize "apart real door. Not a screen or a M. L. Kuchens and Mrs. Otis
Green Circle
: Circles Of "
Fingers DeBary nl'l. rather titan "together G. dark. __ -
the responsibility for them. ::;::- ;
<< / folding plastic door nor a room
the editor-in-chief ofa
ness
t r.ntUI DERIVE I says divider or of the other
: /( Pledges To Garden Church Set Meets The advantages a Rlrl derives home decorating magazine. modem excuses any (for a door, buta I Sh'ne
from Girl And It's about time, too.
Scouting Increase ai real door Something that
: Center Building FundMr. The Women of the First Presbyterian her parent Increase their understanding live Member more happily of a family together seem whena to when closed requires a polite Service
Church, DeBary, will of what she Is doing knock by any member ot/ the
and Mn. Elmer II. Coe meet tomorrow as follow: circle and what Scouting o.n mean to house has some hideaways family wanting to enter.
cMAGiCSECRET where member of the family
one
ier. It would be well for mother Of this Is the Ideal HAS MOVEDTo
were host to member* of the one, at 9.30: a.m., wtih Mn. can find and quiet course
Green Finger Circle of the Lloyd Klmmel, 145 Coronado and father. not to take Girl| when he want peace It. setup and require more spacethen
TIt Garden. dub of DeLand recent. ltd; circle two, at 1:30: p.m., Scouting for granted but to Ideally, the head of the family many families can afford A New and Larger Shop At
learn more about It and to look
i ly at their horn in Glenwood. with Mr. Earl Merrill, 21 Ant Still, there are plenty of Jamil-
should have small room of
a
BY HELENE CURTIS the lea Dr.; circle three, at 1:30: for way In which they a* adults lea today living In home large
During business session the his own It used to be called 222 N. Boulevard
can contribute to It.
with Mn. E. L. Paplow, 13 enough to provide luck privacy
p.m.
A clear, natural lotion that
prottin circle voted to pledge $125 to the A a den where he can havea
Monroe Ave.; circle four at 1:30:\ a voluntary organbatlon but don't limply because they
.
contains M henxono. fund for the construction desk to work couch for Frets
a
building on .
pm., with Mr. Luther Tarbell, the Girl Scout rely on adult were built In the era of togetherDen I
ISwiM.TSfh.iMlilN.Blrf. of the new Garden Center. 339 DeBary Ave circle five at who are wllllna to give. a Httla a nap shelves for his books and when the Ideal wa open 103 fait Rich Ave.
'.'TINT k.DnR Mn. E. C. Ansley, delegate to 1:30: p.m., with Mn. Harry Raup, time and effort to the welfareof a filing cabinet for Important space Instead of privacy.
_....... the Garden Club of DeLand ex- \
papers.
25 Matanzai Rd.; circle six at the children of the community ---------- ------
: costive board meeting gave a 1:30 p.m.. with Mrs. Charles If your daughter Is recetv. His wife needs her' own office
complete report on the recent Moor, 143 Ros Lane; circle Inc! the advutitiMpi nf ("! 1' cubbyhole perhaps.. In the
meeting. seven at 1:30: pm., with Mrs. Scoiitlnu, perhiinn you ml kitchen) with : telephone atedtxM't So sizes such superb fit
::
Snilhrrl' Following the business meeting William Cole 202 DeRry Dr.: find some way of Increasing that have t run to answer, many ,
till group participated in a circle eight, at 7:30: p,m., with advatta"e-for her and for other and a businesslike let up for \
-sr 'Round Table" discussion 911th Mrs. Augustus .,C. Summers. 1 girls too. keeping household account, '
4tCar. arid Clllrute'ol Plant FIorldana< DISt' \ In DrLand Mr*. Tom Nix, I Is family record and for doing easily
:Jj .Jnc. la Florida.." r the 'person to conf-wt for mmnlete club and organizational work. I you can
iJ Others' present wEre: Mr. and ;;: Mr. and :.in". L. R. hfermatlon..r'phone I* The family needs a "quiet I 4 _
OThose Mn. Emory Root, Mr. and Mrs ThraUkUl and Mr .. William 7341000. room" for reading and studying '
I 1u.t1T'l Oscar Octh, Mr and Mn. ,Leon Cates.f In which there 1 Ia NO television order by mail !
Hanging a picture Mark the sot or telephone or hi ft.
spot for the nan with a moistened The family needs a real dining .
finger. The spot should room Instead of a dining
stay until you drive the nail. alcove open to the living room,



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Mrs.\ Belinkc Re-elected] Prexy will I I. certain prevent If cardiovascular regular exei dlaeaue i se-

but It la certain that sloth*

Of Orange Woman's Club when dorsal help Di', nine
City
H. Page, of the Cleveland Clinic
said at the recent meetingof
the American Heart Association
OI\A.'CE we. at 10 a.m. Mra. Behnke will .
ian H. lit4 nk.. program ckaJitnan with the .
"ir "More women should try supporting
cbe iwe City V "Folk Muaic" ,
themaetve, Instead of
ept Mr R. M. Peterson, Td
chairman "
leaving It to corset. he add
CW) welcomed
the LHrature Group. an t 1T, ed.! "More men should have I
and gunge at that the next meeting of I
R rear-vltw mirror on their cxecu-
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Thursday group wOl be held at the dye desks. An occasional look
Mis Claudia of Mrs Elizabeth Lee 287
back would show them what U
and senior at Lansdowne Ave. March 17 at ,
A'' M"r gaining on them. Physically w*
played a am. Mr*. Peterson will rrlew + "
M..... Behnke .. the book. "The Barones A A have become lazy.
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In keeping the General"" by Louis Hall ,
De,. IgnoranceCHICAGO
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)Irs. James Fashlo Show-Card Party (UPI) Ignorance
the nominating A fashion show and card party of the American public on "tlnv
vented the late be given In Dickinson Me pie economic principles is 1 both
196466 and Library auditorium r shocking and frightening" Dean
imously elected. : March 12 at 2 p.m. y 1 +llA Helen C. Canoyer, Cornell University
Behnke, (' : *. Kuckens chairman of the l I r reported at a recent
dine Crook first : Home!' Deoartment. is meeting of the Association of
Mr.. Marie chairman and Gibbs Inc of Slat t'nlverslti and Land-
vice president; will furnish the clothes grant College!
Chapman ; *. Ernest Hoover I II in charge Dean Canojer. chairman ef
Mrs. J. R. ; tickets. Children Of St. Peter's Catholic Church Receive Holy Communion President Johnson' Consumer
Mrs
Thomas Following the I
fashion show Advisory Council suggested that
, ponding : will be played! at S p.m. every American learn elementary
don Mead : Mrs. Franri! T. Hall a* The children of BL Piter' School and children attending public school who received their First Holy Communion at to. Piter' Church at a. recent Sunday economic. She ud! there
Wright auditor: Table' and door prize tight o'clock Mass art pictured above The Rev. Patrick J. Malone pastor la centered the back row' and Later' Immaculate la standing oa tot left and of the back also la a crying need for more
Brndwle, be given! and refreshment row. sister Immaculate prepared the children for receiving th. Sacrament economic classes in school/
M'. Esther Bring tables and playing I Left to right, front row are Lola Ann Paige, Lynne Porporlno Terri Rant. Claire Johnston Cynthia ttacella. Andrea Nardandre. Klchtlt Prevail Christine J .
The budget The! public Is Invited to at Swanto. Second row, left to right, ara Michael Bhanley Patrick Nolan Ana Trlbble. Debbl Whaltn. Myrna lUiMr. Patty\ Buturwortn. Mary Ellen Baldsuff. said.
Rov Woodward Cathy dlallorenzo Third row, left to right, are Kevin Harris, Patrick Campbell Richard Caucus Mark Moysr, Marcia LaPlaau. Cathy Grow Marl Carlton John "They talked more freely to m
and MI'I. Rehearsal for the models who Cola Ed Davis Michael Hayman. Back row left to right, arc David Smith Michael ....0100 Charles Nordm.... Prune Rae Patty" flagon Maurtn MeOrsgor, then. For example, they! uUtlqUlltloal
budget for the ) taking part In the ihow, will Steve Ladonlcskl. Robert Engel Ralph Palva, and Frankl Calklna. until they understood
Was accented. held at Gibbs tore Monday --- our explanation or instruction
Br. Law 6 p.m.Mrs. Delta PI. She la about car UM child would .*ed
sorority Alpha Orchid dlcal Tribune, publication for
A motion to Wright reported that the Society Infant's ReactionTo at home Instead of showing the
I a senior" majoring In elementary doctor, both tried to ee the
to $-1 per year ) Glaucoma Eye Clinic will Social Notes. Th of the urn children under customary reluctance to "both'
essentially
education and I Ia the student regular meeting "
government .
held March r a busy IUTM.
for life 1920) and April
DeUnd Orchid Society' wUl be I the lame rendition.
: It was at Dickinson Memorial Li 'I secretary I White Uniform Mrs Bradsoaw Bald th* Same
Tuesday March 30, at I .
pm. *Ua To fnttarmBoth
103 member at Hall, from 9:::.10-4) p.m. Ap and Comments (Charle. Wayne DUIaH. ion of at the Orchid House full fresh from graduation who
test.ur.n"j give a range el worked hard to tan tile right
with 16 of the be made call-
may by
Mr. and M,., U .t. tHOuH. TIS S. Boulevard. The >>
ll r t bor*. Fourteen Chamber! of Commerce of I N Orange Ave. a Junior In engineering feature Dr. and Mrs Rater, Day Studied By ExpertsNEW nursing. administering rare -\ feeding medication, bathing ,- to wear the whit uniform.
doe not feel
always professional -
Worked 1,300 e.la, a..l.ta.tstlnlaer at the University of Wyoming tona Beach who will give a report
the West Volusia Mrs J. W Hartsock, a mem :11.::. =r... .. helping with physical examinations. without It.
Laramie on the 4th Woild OrchidConfpr.nce.
Wyo. was
pitch as Pink of the "Clean.up, Paint-up N.w. M..lte...sal H_..M._mNwa a.. N w.I.aw..N ....., among the student whose superior held recently" in YORK (UPI) The But Ih.', noticed that theolder I 1
chronic I'.e.of. the howling What they" noticed convincedthe nurse who 1 is relaxed '
Orange City committee of the ruwm. sax M sane ew..aal scholastic performance Singapore' i'
Chamber of IIIfDUN&A which is sponsoring the ..U Pass.."., ''alas.N.et.r.Aa e.w.maa'eadts. aese.Mrs. during the fall semester qualified child in the pediatric sector of nurses that many smallyoungster with children and sun of het.self
and in the in Orange City report him for the honor. rolls of York Htlurn"lIntnfl the typical hospital U.S.A., ihow hostile and adverse often switches to S "eta ,
Mrs. Behnke In that plan are progressing G. N. Beat. Hackensack eight college dean. Isnt so mysterious after ail. reaction* to a nun In a I I." dres II her second day for J
report, gave a much enthusiasm shown for N J., II the houseguest of Mr. PALL MALL, Tenn. < UP1- Most often the child Isn't tutferlng white uniform duty at the hospital
the :year's campaign to be staged from and Mrs. LnJIe lift, N. Clara Eleven: member and two I Ailing World War I hero Set. from the sting of an "We found that the same
menu! which 618' Ave. guest of (the DrLand Rehckah Alvin Yoik. returned home "'1.I open safely pin or a bat for babies who cred 'no, no' to oneI
planned Refreshment table carried out Lodge 19 attended! a banquet in I day following his eighth ho pltlallon < : hospital chow, :I:, of us In uniform would want to 14-Inch I
J colored drape St. Patrick theme, with a Mb* Mkkey Sisal missionary he Episcopal Church New I In two )1''O'k'i .''*. Nut at leant according tonul..1 be picked up when we wore a
the major gift cloth over green green and member of the Wycliffe Smyrna Beach honoring Mi*. \ physician Dr Guy I Carol E Riadahaw and' regular dress,'' Mr. Dradshaw RUIREIEROOTS "
made available a and mints and party cook. Bible translators left Tuesdayby Margaret Walter, president of Plmkley said the! 77'l.ar-dd Nancy Chen Cheng, who dole told "Medical Tribune."
Improvement The centerpiece wa azalea plane to return to her duties Rebckah Assembly of Florida, Motel! of Honor winner was' In out lender, loving care In the A* a result of the experiment
Dickinson a milk glass container Mrs In Brazil when she' made. her. official visit i comparatively fair" condition pediatric unit of the teaching In fashion, pediatric aide and
proximately 227 T. RHey presided at the ;Ir. and Mrs. Fred W. Meal- Lodge to the, Forget me not Rehekah" following treatment. for deny- hospital of the University of nurse at the hospital may now :
ed the Vaudeville bow] rail Andover!' 101...., are visitIng Going from here were: I dial Ion. Florida In Gainesville, report for duty In "clvle" _
Iron KMer. Mllh. fchnelder. wit ... ... !.
centlv from The hostesses were! Mrs A. for several week with Mr. The nurses found Infant andeMIdren I except for whit work oxfords !. *,
Hefesi Carey Hajel the school of Insuucllons .
$i 9. The Wells. Mr. G, Cordon: 0.I.I'J' conducted '' screamed lens. when .
> leading and II ., John F. MrCallum S. J!_ ('hay.....,. ,Santo with the local
Rebrkah
the annual New and Mr*. Kellogg Frank Boulevard, Mm. Weoh-ott and CathoriM. Hall. floylm. Lodge.! the nurse allowed' up for wotkIn Any simple I solid colored
tention. ." Mrs. llfCallnin are sister. Dorothy<< Webber MaybeJU Melltanmldt. Kltar. a colored dress Insteadof \ dies I II acceptable, Th* cap $6.50 Pr-
Mrs. Behnke Flora Mlrhel. Happy Birthday today to: Mr. the regulation whit uniform that used to get In the way
tic! 'ra and Guild Sets ARobert O. HiiMesi I* guests Flora ....... Port St Joe and, John 11_. Marina R >Mimnn.Klihard Park III 1001.. the two, In- i when nurses were giving treatment
and the home! on a 30 day furlough from H. TwkMI .Jr., Itarrell Hint''MIS of peti'atili-a' at the : bas bee put In moth
warden of ,
operation and .. For Card Party Tarhlkawa. Japan with his wife Mrs Rebekah Assemblyand .ardner. t;nlwrllof 'TotUla College bail along with the uniform. VOLUSIAFEED
Annherwnr The and son, Robert Jr., who has Harriett Hjniaii Ver of Nursing, trird changing their The children aren't th. only
Needlework Guild 1* hold been visiting her parents Mr. moot On Friday the same group I ii Jl OTE' FOR THK IHY work clothes /in alteinata day, one to
react favorably to th
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dessert card STOKE
and Mrm. Irving I. Brandy, accompanied by Alice ".1"01.l .Ive m* n young man who ha. One dui one woi" a uniform. chans;* ,U the rurW attire )
that the!' 70th !' at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Mary Satin ('.nl,ii MoMer and bi 1 1f
I 1436 N. Garfield Av. Alrm aHklnlen alns enough to Wake a fool of T:. oihr In '
Orange City clubhouse, N. Garfield will to stationed at Clara Hullnu.. attended a MI|I. himself, discsAcwuding appeared a light.coniid W* realised\ that parenti I.also I I Cer. V..rM* .*.. ATM '4

(ef state the will five be. ) .. This of (be being National the DeLand Needle Maxwell, at the Air end Force of his Base furlough., Alabama I le* la honor of Mrs. Halim and I ( -Rbart Louis Dtevenson lo a report In "Mod- f owe were out .fIt beneflttlng anJ/nrm.when Afra w
2 with an .nnl Guild all proceed from
In the Stetson .. card party will be used to Mr. and Mrm. W. E. Nicely 1 a 1 e
12:30: p.m. < the needy la this communi Kendra! Av*., are leaving today l k
guest and ? for Washington D.C., where Mr.
made with Mr* : There will be table and door Nicely will be admitted a* a patient
price Is $1.73.Installation. ThOM planning to at. at Walter Reed Hospital.

of are asked to make reserva Congratulation were received
I
part of the by telephoning Mrs. Loulne yesterday by Mr. ( .... ** J Ji
Mina Esther 7341TS1 or Mrs, Lee Shrlner who celebrated her .
chairman of the !', 'Z34 69M. Player birthday.
ment!' gave the also reminded to bring their I efl
music meeting card Madellae Hag..trt.... daughterOf Jt
Mlsa Jan Air and Mrm. Ballard G. Vmftreni
Now ."push button" aerosol 1 Plerson 1* among Bin s
tBlTDINa *. They squirt colored foam coed at Florida Southern!' Col- t i
give a far more "realistic" !leg who have been nominated
Books a* a decorating medium for the campus title of "Mlsa
1964" The winner t
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report the manufacturer will be crowned Friday as a feature / 0a
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I MUHO (OIIOA) SUIt NEWS SUNDAY, MARCH 1,1964 a'0. Unveiling Set Village Honors


DISCOVER POSES RIDDLB' Corps Worker

I I For
Strategy MARTINEZ.: Calif. (UTD-

NIftY .,... 20 of
Unearth I ; the Pence Cape wul:: 1R

Rome Workmen Over Poverty a Biaa Ipglka.* crush: lat ReP

Now the of MMd.
village
r/9,
The
WASHINGTON (UPI) -
In Loses Province where, Saucy
strategy of President Johnsons worked ha named Mtool
Child's Mummified a .
Body i war on poverty" will be un- library for her

awaited special message to Before Nancy died he wMfe

I I veiled next week when the Chief a letter to her parents Mt
I j lt ,G, and Mrs. Paul Boyd of Marti-
ROME (UPI) About 1800 workers' discovery. The find 4 a Executive submit J his long-: nee, She asked them to try to

years ago the young daughter I was unusual since the ancirni Congress. make possible the educatfeia of
4f a Roman official died In Romans, did not follow the Chairman Adam Clayton Pow a sixth grade Filipino boy in

and was brought back to Egyptian practice of mummifyIng ..v ell. D.N.Y., of the House Education Mablnl
IIYPt to be laid to rest with their dead I and Labor Committee Friend of the Eoyds, a* a

"; $n4 Jewels In a mare The mummy, less than fmn, aid Friday that the President memorial to Nancy created a
$ timbi feet long a delicate gold necklace \ h f povrrf message probablywould I Nancy Boyd Scholarship fund

Rtn"ntly, workmen excavatfee around her neck, a gold' go to Congress: by the fund totaling 3165. The Bojds,
the sate for one of the new ring on the withered little (ing, I 1b. middle of next week, and that with the money, arrived unannounced ..
TparUnPnt building mushroomthg er of her left hand lay on a I I the first.year price tag wouldbe In Mablnl early la October. .
near: the ancient Catalan table in the lecture theater of about 1900 million. They gave the money to

Vfny unearthed a sarcophagufaid the Institute of Forensic Medicine 1 Powell told a new conference school officials, to assure the
the mummified form of the when the experts held a his committee plan to begin education of a number of sixth

>In. press conference hearings March IT or March 18 graders.
< P'UM; were called and 6n a"tal DIM: AT Kir.HT I on the legislation the President Then the Boyd were Invitedto

technicality. the small Prof. Cesare Gerln, directorof seek to combat "pocket of a special ceremony. A cornerstone
Bnurn-n'.' wa taken to the the Institute said that fromX poverty" amid u.s. abundance wa to be laid In anew

flVr,, ;fDI .ray evidence on the bone and i PROPOSED DAYTONA BEACH COURTHOUSE ANNEX This is' Architect William Faust's drawing of Among the proposal to be Included building about which Nancy' .:

I c i* and archeologists ,' tooth development the girl wa* the* proposed Courthouse annex to be built on City Island in Daytona' Beach. The three-story building will have in the antipoverty package heard.* mother and father had not

dje paced) posed together by the part construction of the rid 'I eight The yean mummy'old when she died.were 73,900:! square feet of floor space. It w include three circuit courtrooms, chambers for four circuit judges and a : he aid, are creation ot a. "It 1 11 to be called the Nancy ,
arms
swathed in double' layer of fine county courtroom and Judi;.es' chambers. There will be branch offices for the clerk of the circuit court, small claims youth conservation corps patterned Boyd Memorial Library," a

bandages which, after 1800 court, Juvenile court, sheriff, tax assessor tax collector, voting registration, state's attorney county engineer coun- after the Civilian ton.nervation school official aid. "You see,

May Qualifies years, still gave off a strong ty attorney school board and county parole officer. The use of the colunnade reflects the dignity of a court of law. 1930s, to provide Corp (jobs CCO and of the Job we of Mablnl loved your daugh .
odor of eucalyptus from the aromatic The building is designed: to combine the aesthetics of old: world architecture with all the modern conveniences of ,for ter, too. and are grateful for all

In School Bidn substance used In the a contemporary office building. The site provides parking for approximately 200 public automobiles and 100 training Powell said unemployed the administration youth. she.did" for the children of 'Mabinl. -.
mummification for and officials.
process employes
n spaces also will renew Its request for -'-
Germ said the aromatic resinous ----- -----
T May 42, principal of a "national service corps" More than 13,000 person are
Mainland Junior High School, lubstanc"but we expect was being It to analyzed be GAINS REPORTED IN MANY AREAS I a sort of domestic Peace Corps killed in accident on the aa.tlon'
through which volunteer would farm each year
ayton. Beach Friday' qualifiedto i
I
one already known to Egyptolo
oppose John H. Smiley Incumbent gist." contribute their time and professional .

, county school! luperlntendent .' He said there were no signs skills to combatting:
NotesFlorida's fr.tr poverty and It* cauases In urban YORKLUXAIRZ
of wound or Injuries on the Development Agency's Survey
Both men are Democrat and } slums and rural depressedareas. anti
will seek the nomination at the body. Xrays showed thin white .
lines her leg bone that
, on
Hay 5 primary. be to k I Powell said Johnson also will ,
might Interpreted meanshe
Lloyd'Justice Sparks,of Incumbent. once had suffered from :: Economic Growth submit new educational aid proposals CENTRAL and WINDOWHEATING
Peace the 14th District Dynamic but there was no clue and

Orange; City, also qualified. rickets.CAUSE rMCSOWN i I I to their nature. Informed sourc1 AIR CONDITIONING
Vi seek reflection. He 1 I. a Republican 1 '
and *o far 1* without Cerln said the cause of death I have said previously that 'Initillt in* '....1.... (y
unknown and would these proposal will call for fed.
was probably
opposition. TALLAHASSEE (SperM) and on the average spent more Florida' 1963 population stood : I I eral aid to strengthen schoolsIn Wm. A. MULLEN
remain unknown he had
Jack L Prevail, Seville qualified as Florida' dynamic economic than 12 day and about $170 in at 5,640lIOO-nlnth in the nation poverty.stricken areas, witha Plumbing, Heating
intention of the
no dissecting I
to seek the constable post. growth has made It the most the state. Altogether: tourist Florida has vaulted from 27th A view toward helping young and. Air Ctnditwning
11th Peace Justice mummy
for the District
chill rapidly growing major consumer pending exceed )2 billion a rank in 1940 and 20th In 1950 I IFlortda' people break out of the vicious LAIC' NILINPNONS '"
A Democrat. he will "This would want to return
oppose to the shadow and ," market in the United States, a year in Florida. annual Increase has circle of Ignorance and poverty rze.alosI
Thomas Loadholtz, Incumbent
peace
,conlt.ble.ATTENTION. he said Florida I Development Com' Personal Income In Florida been almost 11 I x per cent,
mission Research Division survey grew from $.1.5 billion In 1950 to compared to two per cent for the :
Gerln said the theory that she
showed tOOay.Commission. near |12 billion In 1963 a rate nation, and It 1* estimated that
the of
was daughter a Romanofficial
Ch.lrman.Director about double thai national Florida's population will exceed
serving In Egypt seemed
Wendell Jarrard said the Florida Increase.SOMEBODY. eight million by 1970RETAIL ,
to fit the facts. Although Ro I
Economic Summary" just completed SALES
man did not usually use mum-
Dtltons sed DrBirjr Besldeit described gain In such Total retail sales are Increasing
libation It might have been nee
lOOKS essary In order to transport the fields as population growth, personal twice an fast as population.The I I
ARE EXCLUSIVELY OUR body to Rome. Income, tourism, retail new high of $73 billion In
BUSINESS Germ said the body wouldbe ...Iell. Industrial growth, and 1962 was a Dine per cent increase

lad "I Invite your patrvnate. turned over to the Superintendent employmentThe SQUEALED over 1961, well ahead of the
of Antiquities and probably Florida Economic Summary national average and there Is s"t
has been made availablefree well.founded evidence that 1961'
Universal Book would be displayed In a L1XTIRE: SET Jack n.
Shop museum. to the public by writing to IT SEEMSDERBY data, when available, willreflect 'I Vaughn, reglonl director ef
Research Florida Development
SU N. Blvd. (Next la FtMcl') an even more favorable the Latin America program
I Phone 134-1381 Forty eight tire manufacturers Commission TsllshaeeeeJarrard England: (UP!) picture. .f the 1'_ Corp; will !foe.
supply the automotive market \ said over 14 million When Gwyneth Davies Florida' abilities to transform tare en Itls) American affairs
in the United States. tourist t visited Florida In 1M3 received an intiome tax It* large: population growth Into al S ,.m. ea ttednmtday I.i la

assessment form from the Jobs II I reflected: In. the large i ,Btotura l'n..".....,'. UUnbota There Is NoSubstitute '
Inland Revenue Depart increase .'In-\aon.farm 'employ I Hall ,auditorium. The public '
meet recently, her mother ment U 10 year through IWJJ. ts Invited. .uaha alas will forEXPERIENCE '
PORTRAIT told her to Ignore It and non.farm employment increased peak' during chapel al Stetson '
HOUSEi to stop worrying.But almost 71 per cent-far surpass and meet wits a hinlnry rIaM.He 1
a reminder from the log the nation' Increase of will be honored .| a I ,m.
department simply could slightly ever :1? per cent for the reception by the Mudxntii ot UK /' jeer mfldsnc In rear
not be Ignored So Gwyn same period Bishop Young H_ >auhahi t' Physician and.
11''hrmlCl,1
-
i FINESTis elk carefully: filled In the "
MAMfACUHRSOParticularly been called one of the needknowledgeable bated
form, giving her salary a* significant Is the men la Wash. ,- I I.
"seven cent a week pock. __ s f s n their iptrlenta.
gain In manufacturing; employ. IngtM M Latin America. He .
coming Deland et money." ment. In the same 10 year span, bas alien (wen on the spot v\ Our. pkarmacbtiv b a r e
Recently, the Derby tax Florida showed an 83.7 Increase 'whenever trouble ha broke i.f .meiiy. rears ef, .siserlmt it ttmptundtng the
branch apologized in a letter while the national gain 'eut la Latin America. Be. bus 'I't't.Wjjt meat tempi rturlptienk
to 'I".r.old Gwya- wa leas than one'per cent bean m the faculty at John "f.
OFFER elk for ill mistake The seven'page report also Hopkins University; the ['nl. :;"'.x,...
INTRODUCTORY
. provide pertinent informationon Wf'l'IIItT" Pennsylvania, and
vast Industrial developmentIn Ik*University .r.UI.hll.. I '

v The Seminole Indian never various fields low taxes, 'I' Mclra Drug Center
I ANY ONE PERSON ANY AGE signed a peace treaty with the abundant water resources, elec- Soggy: biscuits are the result
United State, but they did make trio power natural gas agricultural of too much liquid, too little fat I vlmrtf Nuns
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DRAMS noRfoA) SUN NEWS' SONOAY, MAICH I, 1"4'' Rusk Says Foes Of Aid Program Help Red Cause

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MADISON. Wli. (VPN-See In a speech Friday night at the I I foreign aid helpi us to protect
RACIAL
SCENE I tetary of state Dean Ruok has University of Wisconsin i sad build the strength of the
free wand without committing
4CCUM4 foes of the U.S. foreign "Why any patriotic American ow man to combat.
aid program of Mwitttaigly aidme would want to further all Can Although: critics charge that
1,000 Picket Famed Hotel t tir the Commwtlat cause In muntat objective by gutting our foreign aid la expensive Rutsaid 1<
Aata. Africa and Latin Amerii foreign aid program and other the new funds sought fbf
'a, "a prescription for defeat Instruments for protecting and next year are "lesa than three
I
I I j..;: and duasler" strengthening freedom is i beyond firths of 1 per cent of our croat
car "It" r.eoe tntvnaneeal ..... amstad during a protest : Communist lIntel ran my comprehension" Rusk I national product" and 80 fff
Mare than 1000 pickets tgatart alleged police brataltt}'. I vx w Iw summed up In the slogan said cent of the total will ba ipenf
marched outttde San Francis- 'Yanks go hone;" Rusk Mid The secretary of stilt ro'. famous ....raton.P.lace 1 hotel MadlMM. Wta. Alabama --- ..
Gov. George Wallace filed Friday '
Friday night In roost'
,
candidate in Wiscon
as a
agaiMt# alleged
discriminatory sin's
Democratic preakientlal
hiring practices
I election and i
primary challenged
.
A crowd of around 2,000> persons
voters to "shake the eye teeth
watched the demonstration.
of both major parties" by voting '
There was I'
some heckling but for him.Memphis .
Bo violence, although a sign dli-
playing a Nazi emblem was : Tenn. Memphis I
torn from the hands of an anti. State students Indicated by '
.
picket. a nine to-one margin Friday a I Q
The hotel had denied any discrimination favorable opinion about integrating .
in hiring and rejected the university's athletic a

a demand thai a "propernumber" program, a student government I ....... "'. '' '" ...-. ---.
leader said.'Rights'. r "' --.r. ""{ .:
of be ; \
Negroes
employed .
:.

demonstrators! In New York sat City down civil In rights police FightSet GIRLS ATTEND COOKING SCHOOL-Members of the Junior Girts' Friendly ;', ", ,1\ SO-DEL

headquarters Friday and I Society of St Barnabas Episcopal Church attended a cooking school recently con. t r \
later Worked rush hour traffic ducted at the Florida Power Lounge. In charge of the instruction In food preparation FU-.v
at a key bridge leading from To Begin through use of electric equipment was Mrs Doris Nelms, home service advisorfor 4rcunouv :

Manhattan. Police arrested 13 the Florida Power Corp. In the foreground, left to right above, are Nadine MaIm. '. ..."' __
cf them and carried them away. WASHINGTON The demonstrator were protesting Nutting, Susan Hays, Gay Reed, Eleanor Dally and Sandy Feron. Mr. Nutting and
ate leaders, their farm bill
alleged police brutality. i behind them fight Mrs. Jack Reed are leaders of the group. Also attending the school were Cathy Con-

the The Supreme Justice Department Court Friday asked to the long-expected, expect civil to rights begin I I nelly assistant, Elizabeth leader.Stubbs, Hamette Roberts, Linda Nutting and Ruth Daily, Junior

battle .
Monday.The
make Atlanta speed up Its four. I
5 ear-old stairstep school desegregation move almost certainly
program. The state will mean the beginning of the AverOl etc vi. Raymond A. Gin SC'I11'ilive Device
threatened civil rights filibuster The Record vsnnonl et al for claim of Hen
joined the city In all out legal I
opposition to such a move. The which Senate leaders have Mid State Homes Inc. vs. Wallace WASHINGTON Uri-Spaee)

Justice Department asked that forecast could last weeks or Griffin Beach foreclosure.and wife John fm scientists have developed an 6' uuu..., r "'"'" r. r un 'JIJ1 ..m.wnq
all Atlanta schools be Integrated months DI\'ORCL1I STARTED: mortgage electronic device 10 sensitive It
by September 1365. Senate Democratic Leader Lea; Mae Keys vs. RichardK..I. Lalng and wife vs. unknown people ran detect 1100th of the Impact Q French Provincial Living Room .
Elsewhere In the nation* Mike Mansfield, D.Mont., told Mary Elizabeth Brown vs. for quiet title. ,',' ,of a grain of salt falling
SyraniNe.! N.V. -Guards were the Senate after passage of the Josiah Brown. Alice Vaughn vs., MARK11GE ArriJCATIONS three eights of an Inch.
posted at the two entrances to wheat-cotton bill Friday night James B. Vaughn Paul F. Moore Dr. George L. Simpson Jr, SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR H
police headquarters to prevent that he will move to take vs. Hazel Moore. Edith L Sprad- Homer Spencer Kelly and an aaxIMant artmlnlnliator of '
up 3 Cmhleri latex hers" T CviKlsai, lain fsam
ley Cleveland Sprsdley Robert Anna ,Sue'hlrlon, both Orange!: the National) Aeronautics and ,
demonstrators from entering the House approved civil rights vs. John Jr. Mi! Nylon (seer, 95 Nylsn. (avar .In Antl'.aML
But two JII'I'IOna-one acid bill Monday. Mansfield! made C. Stroud vs. Nancy K: City, Norman Gray Space Administration (NASA $24 9 | $3 3 995
and Barbara Jane Scott, both IIG. $33US III. $42US
the announcement with the Senate Stroud. Charlie Smith vs. PeailSmith. said Friday the ultra'sensitive
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.e.unu..aanEVERY Edward Wise Jr
Beach
.
Republican Leader Everett Charlie Smith vs. Laura Daytona electronic sensor was developedto
2nd GALLON M. Dlrksen, Dl, standing at his Smith. and Charlotte Rellly, both Red measure the Impact of tiny
M.W S11TS Bank, N, J. Danny Wilkes, micro.meteorite on spacecraft. SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR
Plant City and Margaret Joan
"I am no fool, I know what Dunne, &-lIl'h. William ldes.eta Cuiklsat' I pant. C.., An
Daytona '
Zipper n
Viola C. Loj::"n and Husband Land William Splvey, Orlando, fi
will happen," said Mansfield.He v.. Ella Mae Matthews et al for Ray Smead. Holly Hill, and Bar and Lamorah Walnwrlght, Winter O.ki.JC.I.n. $15 95 Ova WM< frl... Ch.ks $2 2 9 95
noted that his motion to
1UFREE take the civil bill will In excess of $10.000. Sportservlce bars Annette Green, Daytona Pak George Bailey Roberts REO. UtltS U .I Cavan. MO. $OMS
up rights Beach. Roland Nell Bolles! Holly
Corp. vs. Seminole Park and Jr. Daytona Beach, and
: ; be debatable and fair game for Fairgrounds Inc. et al for In excess Hill and Elizabeth Gretchen Janice May Stephens, DeLand. r r I
; talk by opponents of the bill. of 1.100,000. General Guaranty Hansen Daytona Beach. Marvin Arthur Snyder Jr. and Darla refute'i, : ; ;; Reem ; :
Mansfield said he hopes all Mfg Co. Inc. etc, vs Ker- Murphy and Mary Sue McGowan Elaine: Wilson, both Daytona ,
senators realize that 'the ensuing mlt Bobby Tipton and wife for both Daytona Beach. Beach. Bruce Allen Lee. Cassia: ,
c Pattison's Paint Store : days will not be easy, He mortgage foreclosure. Surety Gerald Donahue and Mary Ann and Patricia Ann Cervone, Orange SOFA AND MATCHING CHAIR 'I SOFA
: M tota Be.l.Tsr4 : expressed the hope that,,no senator BId(. A: Loan Association etc. vs.Juanlta Lygeros, both JU: ttl. Jay Herbert City'William "
e Phase nt-lft1 e )thinks "thl'I'tt'.Ia. going to T Turner etc et al for Owen, Daytona Beach, and John Small Hampton, latex Feat. Zlsisrt4Cathiass. Nylas PR ','rle, latex A fft
!/a//a/.n.a/nnni be political profit In it,for hen" mortgage foreclosure. M. G. Florence: Wing Cummings, DC- Va, and Ivy Ruth Herbert, Day Chalet tl $219 95 tvkker (...".... ..1... $1 41'95

,, ,. \ '"..... tona Beach. Rodney Allen Bennett (.,..... HO. $SMS NIL $104,1 fl U U
\ >.1 New Smyrna Beach and
I : ; Carolyn Marie Goodloe, OrmondPeach.
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\ Unit, and Dorothy Gall Peterson, I ,

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\ Now Smyrna BeachKenneth latexe.re, latex ,any
.II Erie Parasite and (am Je4a Nvlea Gar, $269 9S ftnt "r''" Gvlr. $2 5 9 9S'
\ lyn Barnette both Da) tone .
Beach James Robert Cnss. DIt HO. $342.,J IN. tU4.tJ

Land and Loretta Josephine
Hendi-en. Daytona Beach. Donald -
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Stanley Ingram, Daytona Beach, MODERN SOFAS SOf'AAHDCHAlB ,
and Brenda Le. Payne, Holly
Hill. William Melvin ChampionJr. .yI.. (ice's Zippered I rN aCLaver.avielrc, IIf.hn, 95
.. Daytona Beach', and Brenda reus (....... .a 10I.j I IJel.
h Donnelt Sargeat, South Daytona. ..; ..... HO, $
lord Harold Gllllngs and G..ndoly.Anll .
= PonwUa, bout Port Jarvis,
.. \( N. TTtflCRCULOSIS. SOFA AND CHAIR MODERN SOFA BED: Ie CHAIR t

'v ,4 THIS OWNER LOVES ITZ "- hiui e,..".. lapel lift' Plaslk,
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apYtsg training! It WIll loader- provide the necessary player" Detroit In 1932, 13547; Ksnsss

way for the. Many mAJar Itagw ws feel he should do an out City, 196860; and MunMOta and
; Meeks Captain baseball team and DtLsftd wD standing Job for us," Kenney I KC in 1961 and the former la

j + got its Pacific Coast team the wrote. 1961. He played with the RaWers

brattle Rainier la on Thurs BfUy Gardner, former major in 1963
I l leaguer will serve as coach) this Bobby Gene Smith an outfielder .
'. day.Once again this season the season Gardner began his career with St. Louis 19 'l-$ Phila.detphia .

j t Coach Tom Davidson, In his A practice session In Conrad Paul Timlin, caUriw; Pat I Rainier. top farm dub of the with the old New York 196061: and tM New
Jlrst campaign as head bll ebaUInal'h Park was the order of the Moran first base. Boston Red Sox of the American Giants In 1954. In addition he York Meta, Cubs and the Cards

st DeLand High, will sew night" on Friday to give the Aim Leonard /jMultyh*, third League!, will make their headquarters played with Baltimore. Washington in 1952. He, too, was with Seattle
I$ Into action .t BulMogs! a chance la play under bane, Mike CUIteB, ttfmd base; At Conrad Park. the Yankees and finally the last season
Tuesday night In Conrad the lights New lights )have been BH1 Bartlett, outfield: "John .MeNeolcy. A letter' recently received py Red Sox the latter part of 1962( Billy Harrell was In Seattle's
against the New Smyrna Installed this yen at the ball first basouteJd| ) Gary Sun News Sports Editor Roger and all of 1963. spring training a year ago and
Barracudas to open a 13 park and many other improvements Giovanni I I. outfield,' Eddie GRmore from Ed Kenney of the Mace Brown, former pitcher played In the majors with Cleveland -

v hedule plus tournament have been and are being 0'Qulnn outfield; Ken Bradley, Boiox laid that the Seattle pitchers with the Pittsburgh Pirates and and Boston

:i .!". made These point to a fine upcoming pitcher. .outfield; Bob Apgar, and catchers would open Red Sox now a Boston scout Jim Conger, another outfleM-
1'.', Nun takes over the banel season for all teams first base ramp here on Thursday The Infielders will be In camp to help coach er, was with the Bosnx all (luring
ill ii in-- from Coach Tom Hill using tncse facilities Apgar has been out sick andit and outfielders are the pitchers Blown signed such 1963 but saw limited action,
> '10 pi mluced outstanding teams Practice has been.limited for Is not certain when he will scheduled to arrive March 17 players as Tom Brewer Don "It might be Interesting to
jBuuii! ; his time as mentor heft the Bulldogs this season because be able to return to the squad. to complete the camp. Buddin and Tommy Umphlett.' note that Mike Szemplenski, In
; p becoming head football of rain, wet ground and high Aim missing Friday's workout I IY Edo Vannl will be the managerof Boots" Nekola, former south his first :year in organized base-
C' rich, last season Hill's teams winds but neverthloss they have was Bradley because of sick the Rainiers this season. He paw pitcher with the New York hall, struck out more battersthan
V'lt' In' Ihe State Tournament been on the airport field whenever ness tr halls from Seattle and is a former Yankee organization and also anyone In baseball In 196.1,"

4\ ,'P rid, mptured the title In possible M.NE GONE 4 outfielder who played In one of the top Boston scouts at Kenney pointed out. "Pitching,
1'' Ills overall record stands After the Friday night session Gone from last year's fine the PCL and Is a former minor the present Ume, will help with for Statesvtlle, N. C., in the

.t t tb t9.Ed, In which hitters, pitchers and team that posted a record of 15-3 league manager. the pitchers too. Nekola proudly Western Carolinas League. Mike
fielders enjoyed a lengthy work. with a 10 in the finals of Group TO BE HONOORED A special "Spec Martin Appreciation The past two seasons he has boasts of his signing Carl Yastr- struckout 313 batters in 223 Innings .
out the squad members elected Tournament play to New Smyr Day" is scheduled for March 21 and it will been publicity director for the zemskl 1963 American League while winning li and losing

Budde ,(heir.s captains': forjthe upcoming na Beach are Huble Smith, Ken be highlighted by a banquet at 6:30: at the Stetson! Union Rainiers. He Is well known In batting champion, and second 10 with a 2.72 earned run aver
season*'",* j h Parlln, Jimmy Mizc, Rick Buiding. Martin retired in June as DeLand High football the Seattle area as he was a baseman Chuck Snelling. age. Sandy Koufax of the world

Elwood Mecks a left.hnndor Burns, Cordon Watts, Dave coach after 26 years of service but remained as star athlete In school and then QTHRR PI.AYERS fhamplon Los Angeles Dodges"
chucker with limited service a Hlncemon and Jack Hockaday athletic director and teacher Recently he has been con- a fine player In the coast loop Former major league plajerswho whiffed 306 In 311 names, he

'Serious'KANSA year ago as a Junior, was namedto Johnny Williams moved away fined to his home because of sickness but is expectedto "We have had much favorable will be training with Seattle added.
lead the Bulldogs In 1964 during the year and Eldon return to work shortly. Persons from throughout the comment since his appoint Include the following: Baseball just around the corner
Berkley LaBaw and Jerry Gill, Moeks has an Injured shoulder ment as manager and If we can Bill Tuttle an outfielder with for DeLand and area fans.
state and the South are here week
expected to gather a _
a pair of veterans of diamond -- -----
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from Saturday to honor Martin. Tickets for the steak
CTTY Mo. (UTDJCsnsss ware. will serve as alternate the Bulldogs this season with all
dinner be obtained from Holler the Barnett GA4Yead2ws
City Chiefs' lineman Ed captains may Bill at
four back from last season,
Budde remained In serious condition Weeks also exported to see Derfuss was 70, Clumarra, 5.0; National Bank the Marshall Lane Insurance Agencyand ,

today following braIn our some action at first base and GUI, 32, and Meeks, 00.Glumaria Pete Morris' Restaurant. More complete plans will s tJhvO STATE i4 +vyh
relY after he was beaten In a In the oufl<>ld. LaBaw Is an out. had a no,hitter, Der. be announced (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) '. 4T
downtown nightclub. fielder while Gill will a. ca4cas Os
probably fuss a no hitter and one hitter 1 >+N wnnwi ,
Dr. William Wu, who performed do most of the catching this year and GUI'a one and two hitter. w5.aa+..ra._ J .' M."ffMa.a. wu'
(the three.hour long operation and take histurn on> the mound Th. Hhtdulu ,,,, + AdeDCMi'ION pCYSD f 1 r I IM4vI '

\ op>\ the 265 pound often- as well MaeehIn r"r cecue5s
live lineman Friday night said OTHKR PLAYERS New amyrru 1..11....._(HI

Budde "was holding on pretty Other 'players on the squad 17 20 .ON.ala ta511a: ::::::::::::::::-:1:: SporlJ
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tell. this season and their probable ai Lakwlew. ..._im. V...(A) t
owe said the skull had been positions are as follows: Ken SI 'Apoks.H( )

fractured and numerous blood cull, pitcher-outfield, Bob Der Ao I'WIIdw..d NI .(
cjots formed In a critical'part lust, pitcher-outfield; Frank 4 S.abr.*tt .?.............(A) 1

W the brsln The clots were re- lumarra, pitcher.Infield, Steve 10 T *Ntw kt il b Smyrna ir| ---------------A t..eh :::::((A: :J.are .xu u7ma ,, s

Moved by the surgery Rohlnson, second base; Donald\ 11 5.ab.NU' .::=: 4Y"
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"It was so bad we had to re Lecher, second ,base'shortstop; I' tau Olllt-. .tAI( + .
move bone fragments from the W D. Joiner, catcher'outfield.Infield 14 III OHM .(H) a
brain, ," Wu said. ; Dave Cobb. third base; '.eec a..n mAflrni .Oamis. 1
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LEAD BULLDOG DIAMONDMEM-Ncw Head Baseball Coach Tom David

tlton second from, right, congratulates] Elwood Meeks upon his election an captain of Is UPI St. Joseph'sNEW NEA All-America 65'OUIERMAM

196 DeLand High School baseball team following practice Friday night at Con-

re: Park. Berkley LaBaw left, and Jerry Gill were namccj.to serve. as alternate YORK (turn) The

(Sun News Photo by GIlmore) '. 27th annual National Invitation
Top CoachNEW } basketball Tournament c-om By MURRAY little Rio Crande College In Ohio, or backcourt. He's also the only

mencea next Thursday night Newspaper Enterprise ANEW -. which Francis represented. I I Junior.
when St. Josephs ((179 faces YORK (NEAV-Th GOOD JUDGE Some professional scouts art

Miami I Fla.) ((206) and NYU 1964 college All.America basketball Pan American Isn't as old as skeptical about Bradds who has
YORK (urn John (13-71 plays Syracuse(11,T1.) team announced" recently" the Bevo myth. But In JacksonIt been an exceptionally tint
Wooden who led UCLA to Its shorter for the Buckeyes, because -
The four seeded learns-De- by the Newspaper Association has a durable representativewho
i first unbeaten season In his he's slender. But Jerry
Paul, Bradley, Duquesne and doesn't cater to reputation. All America merit la
tory. Saturday was named the Lucas, the former Ohio State
New. Mt'xl.w byes and do based strictly on ability. A couple
Jackson
; 14 basketball coach The big man is Lucius: who teamed' Gary a
college with
r Lucius great
:J. k- not ace action antis the quarterfinal of years ago: was
( of the In nationwide a 11, 240 pound center Iron Saa of he can
\ Af.'''! ,, year a poll round. doing summer duty In the Cat- couple years ago says
"t.'j
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f conducted by United Press In. On next skills of Mew York where they make It. Stallworth and Nash
'C-.. :(,JD\;i : Saturday afternoon unheralded Pan American College off
ternational. like tall basketball players to are fine rebounders, strong
Army (IK) oppose St. Bona-
Te"-
In little Edlnburg, "
h "' : e "" Tht Bruins beat Southern California venture (IU and Pittsburgh the boards and facile Ihoott'f'laround

;\ tl-n Friday night tp I tl7\ -y' plays a learn still un Jackson almost conjures up Bill Bradley. 1'1'1....... H, the basket.
complete their regular season named This game will be nationally Bevy Francis, who was two- lee tram (1pW City M*. Jackson might be the first

Pontiac Tempest hat a new 6 fiJWJJ that's smooth quiet economical l work with a 26 0 record. They'll televised by NEC. thirds hoopla and one-third have MaUworth. Wkhlta, man picked In the! pro draft
have a chance to Improve on hoopster and lasted about as Fir 2N. Mm Dams :Tel. because he moves well for a big
That night the final
this In the NCAA championships quarter long as a guy named lor a soft Gary Bradds OhU<< Ktale.M man can shoot from the' outsWe

and 140-hp strong But *e Know it won't be just right for c\cnbody. starting this week. II round taking begins\on the with winner Biadley of (19-the drink Arcade should.everybody But at heard least, of a 2ta, .dent JsimnUwa.Ohta. and Is terrific on. the defensive

>l X 4V *ffk-' <**'\ This crowning success wasn'tan ago boards '
pj I overnight development for St. .Joaeph'Mlaml game and Trait ......... ICLA. "S, This regarded as potentiallyth

Sore also offer a ury.ury vigorous I V.8.| ppj 326 cubic In hes.1 Wooden, who never has Iul.frlTd NYU Drpaul,Syracuse((20-3)winner meeting the FM.rr Namrd<<1 MM' tat tram Philadelphia. finest crop of collegians\
losing since he Charles (rMtM) >....h. Keshtrky > since mi! :
a season
started his coaching career In On Tuesday night March' 17, \\"ESTEltVILLE. Ohio (\UPDRill I .... St, hem LMml.1IIf'r. SECOND TRAM" .
1 Up to hp..Modest New Mexico ((20-51 engages the
extra cast.Elerybody's MaM.
1932 He ram to UCLA In 1949 survivor of the Pittnburgbdeam- Fisher' nittenoerg has The second team reflects this.:

and In ]( seasons his teams It,be.named game and Duquewe won the Ohio Conferenecs'' most go with the tall pines. The athletic Because of a tie, th* alterns'ff
,, have compiled\ record of 310 ((1IO meets the Army- valuable player award. The director at his hotel was unit also has six men (vote In
victories against 125 losses. : winnerThe < foot 1 senior guard Is the fifth Auerbach parenthesis*:
St. Bonavtntur Arnold (Red) good
RUNAWAY PICK : semifinals will take place Wittenberg player to be so t honored of .
: I Judge cage players. .
Jeff Munis Duke S I. IN
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winner In the last sevea years.Fhlher
I Wooden was a runaway I Thursday night, March 1.. and Red |Is roach of the Boston (
In the balloting conducted eoninl. which will be Is averaging 1M I II III.M.
the final Celtics. lie watched: <<
young .. (imittA, OregM !Stale! ,
among 39.1 spnrtswrlters, edItors televised' by NBC Is slated for points' per game and la shooting Lulus, M him scTimnuixeae 7.e, m: (7).
and broadcasters, receiving I. Saturday afternoon. March' 21. I 411,1 from the flrld. I l the likes PI'Ut
.. : 't Cam* RinwD. MtrM(.a.
1M votes. Runnerup was Chamberlain liked what h* saw, 03,113 (I).
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+ y the durable Adnlph Rupp nl and remembered WHIta Reed, Gramhl".. It,
with n'Utt's.. .."-
Kentucky WANTED"1 Aoerbarh and the other eight Sit (te).
lowed by Lefty Drlesell\ of
Davidson with 23 and Dave I .1 coaches National comprise Ilasltt'tbAlJ'ciatJoa the selection IM Paul((4)Gall rt4Mwa.. ft-T,

Shack of Michigan with 22. board for' the annual JiEA AD- aeweed a.mlytea, BmrUag
"This certainly Is a wonderful I MEM. WOMEN I America team. These are theplaymates G."I.. 111I (tII.
honor and naturally I am
they picked to surround -
ntilte pleased."' the Ujesrold I IIft Jackson Russell rate snedcj\ tt en tine
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happy Wooden:\ said Saturday when In Mae f.as U S .IS. Cwrf t* SMI .....M"... 5.5" n.L_. .,............. 644. t_ six th first as the only sophomore to receive
famed of his selection "I think I ga.ia r ,. IM5 area dw Ci ...... ,....... eau uMN tceIM There are n I AOAmerk-a rnasidentioii.( Silas
coach selected<< should betremendously I sod It MAMA ...Ny. y55.. N M M.... team because of a tie betweenStaDworth to the
any O.we.M1 _I.N are .. .. a.d Mdsa vasev' country's trop reboundrr.KomJve .
proud. But It Is I .., a.S... a ...le II -... 5,55.1. .f ,to ,.. and Nash lor tileM" the renal
both
BM your, sutberisW fontUs desist Cot a aide cbofcs of WdcTncks u4 tan, too. the boy who play for him who I e....,"t. SW', 5.y 5_15a.". 5nvat..w5 .Ie..nat.see ....-,... .'tS 645 Os'. spot This Is .how the voting units, has been the man lI.tI.CMI ..'.
.atn based fora
tattle en two petite
get the coach la the position :nt55.M1 ant 5e 5N.1 .5 IM tali I.eeca11M. M 0.M II : leading scorer moat (I( the season
bit
; receix such as honor And I _..ry IM. arn..a.MNcnM. r.q..elyd.5e.. ..... ., I first team selection. see lor a '
: '-- I less r........ rnwr hill* p55 In.1 ant II
--."". ... -" have been fortunate la" having a I w.. M" Ml I..leM M.M IM a. .TODAY..mn see>."H will>.,< a5..'< MM s..*wS' second team'1'vote: 13 I oillf'rt who figured la the ,

line group to coach. ...>.MMM-5. ... M. If .r t** atai tot arc ,.. ... 641: 1ta atd. : Bradley ; I ottng are Barry Kramer, New
: Wooden succeeds Ed Jucker I.,. Bradds. 11.: Jackson U; Stallworth Tork fa
I 't 1J .' i I Jl.rj"'UM.r 5..a.e.t T'0:0' wrMtyStev Thomas,
{ ;" .J"". ;'. '. of dncianatl as coach' 01 DMyear. 1SS5 IwS' Jlt,> :*. std ISO : : : : I and Nash Iff each.ONLY : Xavter: Wally Jo*'. VUlanmaiIarty .
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bt 't UTSCOLM the" flashy pUymakrrel Mmm, end |Y.dlleWrt.
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!Moaolf formerly with the IndlanapoHa .
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lane 'u//b __ 21 with Toronto oil reHn) tilt
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t.ml run.sfi:1 __: MM4 SA uw Football Conference next Hockey League fame In Mont. weekend due to a hip inJury .
land xardwMO if AAii few took
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A} m.7'rs. ,.__ _....___... 17'" //ny go to the DeLeon Springs Volunteer Firemen's Association. Donation is $1 and children under 12 are admitted free.

Illua l..i.rin. .n.. ......_ 34" There will be a snack bar open; at 11 o'clock. Charlie Price of Pcnfield N.Y., (it i4 own "schooling" five of the hone
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1 1t'tt'A 51n2m -.,... Arl4j i:ii'meth Bowling I Jlmmv Klckll htM of th* ElKi S7 Other top performers were
_:- ,. M held down the leadership (In Braddock S3; Johninn. 21;

canon ttrun KltAa'-=:= At SIS tAVl Ar threw departments for the pmt Bryan and Larry Ryal Dk,
TO" _rm"rr 4? M i Junior Biddy League season ac- 23; Vest 22; Smith and ROM On New 1964 x
Btmhw Cluh ....__?. 44 M
fulUr Cntrttnr> ._._ ITH IIH cording to figures released by mends 21.Klcklljhter.
the DeLand Park and Recreation also had the ttlpa"l'ra
IIA.-vIOCIAL. By A. w. mHE* mint which wa slated to open ,4
Drpartmtnt.The with a 22 M mark. ; :44
.ArAn BuMiltr! ......... W.R74 L.11114 Lawn bowling interest the put Feb. 27, wa completely rained I Elk won the Civic league Other were Braddock 17.1; FordsFairlanes -
I 4atrn Aut% rrrrra ,. ;T j* week was focused mostly on the out and probably will not be title while the undefeated Gene Johnson, MM; welt 1161;
._ .:
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ttulld :
:!> vn ri 40 rescheduled until next ,
11th Annual Tournament of the year Market Klwanli Grove
1f,42I. 244 414 five .took the 11.82; Smith, ILLS;
).Ran BuMn.niinii>n"I.I: I 4* Southeast Division of the American Tuesday will see the local League honor and won the City Bryan, 10.S3.
'4wil lawn Sorlc ... 4 3 MIHww bowlers
in action the
Rnnm .-.......-.. u" 87 4tiry Lawn Bowling Association against: Tournament High point output tnt the
S >* R.'lo A TV ._ .." 11MOIHft I held at deai-water Monday Peabody teams at .
-PHOOUCTS; through Saturday. part of the annual Orlando Team were Tom Blocker, Jeff among the top n It wag Kick. a1
W. L. I There were 36 trebles teams Host Day program when all the Bryan and Danny Friend Key lighter on top with 265 and he
r..ini ,,.__.IU 4" from 14 different club, including league players playoff the fail I
dub Alan Braddock, Enter mimed one with the .
lance .........__...151 .4 scheduled of the ; game
fnxltirtlnn Teal ...121T : one from Buffalo M. Y. another game season. priM: Richard fouler and Kick. mump a* did several other : L
4421 l Room K 0. r:.._...104Z)4rtnetl I : from Rockford, m.1 and This jew, however, there are lighter Elks! ; Chonny Frame Only other player above tile 200: \
) ... ....., .._ .fM Ill
CA ..--..?.*"..--"- '. 1/ four from Ontario, Canada.These some rained out date to be and Glen Smith Rotary} Jim mark was Braddork with 22X
:l M,' ..N'l 14 l Ii: 108 bowlers used all IS I played later. I Grove, DaVM McComb and Torrrn: m 14pqfti

TMl I BMIII ; rink at the new Clearwater lay. The annual meeting\ for the local David.Vest, (;toll,'. Market Ken There were eight players with rr

SPLIT HAPPY LADIIS' out at N., Ft. Harrtaa'Av.. and club for the election of. officer Johnatm add Cary <<.}Jay better! than 100 point, They r

Yew.4 Country .,..;.. S W.* L.22IA Calumet St. and director for the 196485 I cert<< ; George MeUon, Klwanli; were Johnson, 1111; Veal, 132;
11.1 "?_,. 44 The local club sent wiz men to season, is scheduled for Saturday : Gary'RoMmonda. Boyi Cub Grove. 131; Smith, Itt; RAM-

h.rMn..r'7r12 wllllnma Rhe._.... 14 41 J4 U compete In the trebles and the at 1:30.: The nominatingcommittee I FREE THROWNIn mnnda, 140; Bryan. 10; Friend,
Muria LM4 _...._ 44 442 double Four 18-end games of of Walter Ross, Otto. I the tree throw department, 131; and Nlelaon 104.
Suburbs Dm* Bh". ... It II treble were scheduled lot the Briggs and Howard Ainsworth 35 throw or more n wa David Rounding out the top 25 In

LADIS TIN PIN first two days. In these games have' posted the following candidate Norton of the Key dub thf Jad- order are Tom Blocker, Key

frUM tin. .1Iwy W. L. the team. of Hawei, lead; Deaan- *' name for considerationat er with a of 43 for a .(H mark Cub\ M; Young. M; Frame M;
lliun.T tnIl.lirlnj ': 4Vi 2A4 tell, vice skip; and Aln.worth..klp. this meeting: U C. DesauteU Other leaden were ai follow: McComb 14; Tommy Greene,

Mirth rion1'.Powtr SMOIT.._..,._ SI I1H. 44M 41 lost the tint three game president; Lee Grsvelle, vice Grove, a n for .KJ:: Bryan, 39. Boys Club, U; Norton, TII; Tom
/n.D.I* Yurnlt.rl __.. 4' 47ri.Rnn9 by 1SH, 21.11 and 1411 They prHtdfOntl; Ted Foley, ..ecntary.trea.u..rr 101 for .584; Carla Magrnhtlmeri Hatchet Enterprise; Magen-

11"1 PI..l....81,4.__..._._ 44.. .C'4C' won the fourth contest by 1713 E. C. Feaael and Dr. : Enterprise, 1328 for helmet 55; Foxier, 51; Dennis

_d.'. ...ut" Swil. 41 1/ ..,alAlt -th. Hnpe.Smlth.PollarcSttam Fred Norrlar\ twe-ear director; JT7)) Vest 28.:50 for .%O: Kick- Anderson, Rotary 58; Rvali,
*'* to U from St. Petersburg.The and H. P. KlIn,. rxefflcjo.Enterprise. 'J'r r
Om 'Jlu'mblTt' .........2111" 1014SIRVICt lighter 72-130 for" .5JJ; Foiter! M; Steve Hlggtnbotham Elks, 1 'frt
If Ftaiel lead .
team ; 33: 43 for S33. M, Nell Davis, Klwanli M,
Briggs, vlM skip; and Hooker, The high single tame point Thertin Padgett! Boy Club, 50; ,. ,
llllr ConttrnrtliiiiStm Ie W. 34 L. Up.. won their first two games effort went to Klcklightrr with Eddie TomrliM, Enterprise. X. 'T
A Noral..t'. ._ 14 24 by 2417 and 20-17 against St. ,
Art Fl!.t,rtn, __ .241 Petersburg skips Lutz and Dodd
__ ro. 411'Sn4aleht. I
D.It2na \'tlUtI.
Ine. 14 at They lot their third and fourth << l'! \ r rI
Smith f'.4 A M4 ..... II :: games by 11-IS and 23-11. This .
Len 4 Son :Ntvi ..... II Allcn-Wliilc ft I
U Hi.... ...! _..11 n made them a two-game winner
1 ["ll.r M.tnrt _........ 41'nVl AA with 73 paints, which was high '

)1"0..".l.1...ri.iiIIIII j'4 It/4 for the twe-game winners and ; :ildt" 1U.' OUT
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i luUir Coe.tructl." ? II TIr drew' a fifth place prize for COME
I
MAJOR MIT, each player. The first five prize .1
Ahrat
.JAY'. w... Lar4n.r It. award went to three'game A win. Eye Title!

Rod-= n, i: ; ,rrNoa BOOKER
C A C Tr M, II'., I* *
i";*t 1 '8tm Lllr Coi> truftl.V.._ IT 44 t gamer were played by Hawes 11 points In the fourth, period

PIN SILLS lead and Ainsworth, skip and Friday Right! to defeat the Allen- '
w< up4t as low 19- White the "
two were recorded a team 2JU In City I'I
:..a P24r.DiMlS*..::....*. :JJ: SIBcCtrfV IA 12. and a tie 1515. won in a Tournament for the Junior Youth

II.,..2I 1.lty! ____. /1 U 24.1 playoff by their opponents. Thesingle League to forte another game.At n+ '

citnT. "l ___. Jt II win wa by 1713. T O'clock tomorrow night in I aIN
0..."' ...>v. a...4. ... l' 14I Briggs war playing In the the DoLand Hlfih School gym a r

SNIRT$ foe"'K'ltn' double* as skip with Beach of these same two dun wW clash
w. L. Clearwater as lead. They lost for the championship. Both FALCON 2-DOOR SEDAN
I
tu""S'iL' the first two game by 1* II and teams now have on. defeat in
:': : : =:: H n 11-11 but won the third by 23.LOn the double elimination tourney
.._.__. 11
.....I A *ttinr4 HA at the annual
H V..41n II INs / Monday evening No player was in double fit-\
..__..._ 11 the Southeast
of
1
NO. > meeting
Division ALBA at Clearwaternew ore for either team as there 100-MILE RIDE Linda Zartman (top) and Linda "TEST DRIVE
MIN S. CLASSI45f Ran more defense than offense bottom will bay Tuesday to In
W. % officers and directors were Sapp ( ) participate
ttA ..,.. aAI4 III elected and installed;: \la this contest ? f' the Florida Hortcmen'i Association annual 100-Mllt I

&.Irehtlleih.r I ., M2nnmrnL:-.,2 N alS".lu.l. AI Hooker put president of Corky Stowefl hit sigh points Competitive Endurance Trail Ride. Thli li the 14th
<1. Lee ....1.... .___.._. J4 Mr and enthuilas for the winners and six of these in riorlda'g SAVE NOW!
f>* . .
4mnial 0.,1 U.+ tie participator la all game activities Ocala Forest headquarteds at the Sewell Ranch In

KKito'M: t O.T:.:::: //1* :Ji was honored by the SE Mia Braddock followed scored with\ five seven.points Danny and Umatilla. There are 44 contestants listed. Initial Judf.

TIASHtMtV.V.r Division by election to the Board all came \ta the big fourth quarter Ing la Wedneedsr The ride includes 40 miles Thursday

w. .L of Directors. marked oft the same on Friday, 20 miles on Saturday with final
event was
Aaother
|:; :......-= tii.. ?!..* the calendar on Friday when CLOSE GAME judging and awards presented a week from today
? ._.... 4a
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_.
:. b/aae It t"lt. ___..._.. lilt "It Mt. Dora sent seven team of The losers writ paced by the .0.. ..-..,* ,
treble for the 13th scheduled' eight pout of Hob Scott Lon- i. wi.

PALM PAIKIONSIV. L2e social! game. The weather wa ale Braddock came through with

Pus _.-- ii4 i:4AMR : fine] and all rinks on the local seven while Boll Ramsey hit for
..::
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....- -- SII 442NS ... court were busy with happy six.
)f.ti.-::::::: Hi: 44Mn.n1 bottlers Eighteen of the 42 bowl. It was a dose game throughout y ir, .

lag D i'--=:::::::::: 11/I N4 SOLAND era were women. The locals topped At the end cf the first period\
their visitor by 44 la I.mftaDd the winners held a narrow 17

MIZI1t1Si. L 115 W !in points. Refreshment spread but they failed to score

Ittr* C3MrrMi p4.Ane 141 2rumia. were served a* usual. but two points ta tile second per rAXRLANE 2-DOOR SEDAN
warn ('fo"n { don U10 at
i } There are only three more social lod and were by

>>tm\\ai-: Le.t.._._Mlit._._-: :I 'h game left on the calendar halftime. Both club tallied alt
It..y'l Oann _. II Aha lor this season and aO are with points la the third period.la .
1..t .'1 11.1 R.N Sellietn 41 IS ty : the Orlando Club.-Ja Ue North the Baal quarter the win- AND YOU'LL BUY-
J.= ._ II fa Central Florida Ltsgu scheeMethere nets pulled away te eta by six :i

: 1/ARi. are two coatusts ...**... points. 44 ,
RIII1Rwed ... : TropWH will te awarded at
,." .._' d :; rltIt lag.ArEau.. DAT ,' the conclusive .f tile championShip

I i.ttllr_ I.It'"- i.i.4u.4 Thursday la: the day far the game tomorrow light' I -- TRADE NOW! SAVE NOW!

; ; .'.. ." i M annual lavuanaaai TIlawMatSt

... -_"..'.. .... ii s Mt. Don celled Major Marsh Terrell Wins '
: : Day. Three teams of treble win

.rC------ _-..-- ::. N be entered from the local dub. 1 :

nHN ; ::. ... N4 i.LATI i. 'I At the local $aka the **jnt- NEW YORK ('''PI) Promoter WLlNG; I

ew4 ...:::::_. till final of the Mind Treble Tevr Harry Markaon announced ,
y wrest II I slated lor I:JO Wnor today he hope.. le match heavyweight I
row' afternoon and the final oa eMitendera Eraie Tonsil -- --- - 1seeat "
aART1NS1v. t.LiMtr Wednesday teraooa. This eventhu Jone lot Madiantifrjtur 511111. he ........... MN01 "p
and Doug .
1'f.t.' LIf. l.a It 11r bee held. op for tome time GArdra. May 13 deaplte Pwa4. .. La, tIasi .SNn..5.I.w (turn'M2 tnt***MMI ,':" ::-::,::.....
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.Mw :1j: iIa1Sre t1cU .. I. Rree /wIN: _. ....,..._
,.." due to weather aad tan Terrell's Affloiltie m out- 'i av.e.4) t. set t ?. .* 4.4a. fMi .to W. CII
/ Tt .41. 11'4 I'4 AH.Florida Chan T...... I, Crash II tII_ t1L
.
o ei
The special ..
i II t.412. 114. Ttaraa- painting Gerhard Zech of Car I.e.. I. .ri.>4 ,. :.-=-.It4', *.**4" .*. *NI OALAOIE 500 DOOR SEDAN
n 11 Mixed Treble "
plonsalp .
151524 24.2.4 many Friday Might L :-4< " :
CASTAWAYS MIUD Tonsil of Chicago \to ranked 0.*k4.M..>."WM...,..Mi.*..'.. *IS|
w.4d4..N0 :;. IIIM.'S Stadium Near third among eontendens Josses L* .., k).H tun. ..... UCLA Wins Total Performance'At
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a.Slt1 It" 44r. el New Tort eeeoad. Zach.although CASTAWAY01810
........ It M
1 .. '../ C/ea.. /f N 'ATLAVTA WTOThe ever champion of Cernuay Vibes rtft It *. *.. Jawed"
r :: t: trvetioa GI a aew tmMmOBee. ts unrated. He .mad his Amert- Man rMM:: /e.ri* a'r.-:; ...> wt.H.1 PRN e.Nnl5u4

.l.ijf2. -u2 i iVMy VMy VMypangs. dollar sports stadium became cal debut."Because. _-..Ie .. .rm*PM.WIrn.4 Pw.4 lit *M. Cesvft Joke WoaiVfl e( IXLAhas
N of Terrell's talmpreealve \ SIMM 4.
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RK .. _.' a. bad a losing teeM
NI. virUaOy erruia FridayIgM CM4k0 "t LIMB c. W < sew
Pywy. M. M.leI'h.nr.n..r- 'A Rte. :: M I bet ctvfl right leaders pertormAM agalaatZMb MSn,,.f. =:":/. 4 I4Ma..Nr ta IS years of coachiss college

I.. J._ 24.44.1 _.. N4y 541r..40a tkrratMMd U ... It u pnlittral eiplalaed be Marklntlo"JIMt a.1y e0/n."' ; =a.sfW 0.1: -=:: buktbaO and sew he h* a "The Dealer Who Refuses To Be Undersold"' -
14440. : 44t4 7SUSUI to end deaefregartoe.Twe prbMy wffl wUIlsgte AA I r0M} bed googol racflrt te kin credit
leverage
'A'i 'U8 aMermasM ewtmHteesapsreved fight Settle: sow. He dktal w oeM ._. m.n0 MN eaM. ...... Mia t'CLA Brtlas n ar4>4 an
west te betare. A" 41. .. ....
...... .w..... 4MA.U a'" a $7 sets eeaxnsrtlA .O.M 1.MY., 5. MN.... ...... ilfl 11'Wtlll')' ever leuthen CaJifonU -
we't"I''" It.... ___ .. II sots shiny after a twe-lo 55 I'M, &. rrtaar sight te heeeaM POWELL-HOOPER 'IIC.15Cl
1"- N Nw'e the lint major ceilep Y nttrtujh .
.
herU CU UPI Awards
iwbttc LAn TATIM
...
Mn1..400a.r :jf; :: Mayor Ivaa AEea: Jr. said LSaq ... LWe 1_..... the rrrila' sessM e4 ,
LN. A !!:= :1t I NMN. of the was CTUMPAICX. n. orn 4.MAM VCM.'M '> S* 4 = beet,** tiare OhM. 'lalla\ 1ML
I....'. /T2I the ItI".rt pee-lid M. S. IM 11.. tl| ea- North B TM4Imm4iatj Pitelle 73'-1
I/fhlr 114 tf1J6PllltT..MT. Ida -me* graafytag expert.ew L'srted TMlatertatleeal A3AiMtlraa *y.M... S, Marl M<*. A TV a. .Aa1rN\ > aanvmal champtM* .
\ faMhaO cvrflflcatM C.r2.O.a24y. MN ore.. Vr. tile LTI hftr N oacavw.
.. stare' he ha ben ta pub- .
tftt M.C24waa. MN 'I41P5rq..I.
w. LM lie .me.I will to pmevted to DIck But- ... UCLA lug .p will Foe M Delivery!
..,..... 10 Nf1.r4. kea and Arrtto Suttaa durtaghaUthne .. Need MIAIMr2 ....... ant. the Tr ).... with CadCeodrlrfe
.--.... __ MN -.. 4444 Choose From"!
Sit.
... 1 H..4r.. h M .- ar..4 W the HLao-irhH iavaia sad Wall Uanar4 the Compteto Selection of All Models To
415 lied. Mw N4
11.454RAM.t... .. .. 414 N 4144 ....... ..... 44 IST. ba.kib.a game today tat- ueuHA MISSO.. horsmurt tawVm. 44nf the
1.4.t ..... ._ At .t led P.r.N/ JI..4n Se a.4as bulk. .< the ....,. Condildtewtrlbuted
ton awl B11f.h11t4 the DIM ta Term To Sail Year Budget
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ffi"-- .:1.0.1i:= M .!:._..- ... -.- the Big Ten raamptotuhiy and .kWI. e.. 4| ....4 M_.4 S.AJIJ a p4 HarJard
'. .. i :JJ; Bowl ww p D,:ft.V added 22. .
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The Chamber of Commerce has proclaimed the we ek of March 8 thru 14 as "Clean-Up! Paint-Up! Fix-Up" Week.


Now's the time to clear away Winter's remains and get ready for a wonderful 1 Spring! '




''rail gFI ; Planning On BuildingOr fESt1st

to sj


Remodeling?
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BOOST FOR HEART FUND The West Volusla DEAl WITH THOSE THAT '
Unit of the Heart Association Friday received a substantial )
financial boost when representatives of Stet-
on'i Green Feather presented a check to Mrs Arthur Wfri 4 tie Town! DISPLAY THIS EMBLEM
Sullivan, left, unit chairman. Presenting the check were Qy. Painting Make Sure Your
Patti Paulk and Marion Moorman, co-chairman of the
Stetson agency. Under the Green Feather program, similar OUTSIDE anADY-MIXED FLAT WALL DO INTEXIOB' SSp6lA1i0p e y Insurance Covers
too United Fund, students contribute to the central I"f
GAYCO G.u$5.95 PAINT $4.40 The Increased
agency whose officials then budget specific amounts to 0... ?;,
r Staff many Photo charitable) agencies in West Volusia. ((Sun News "Int fer The Stuth, Value Of Your Homel!

atMcGill y '
New addition, reMdllnj. and repairs Increase the

valve ef year II..... Ut M mk. here your Moan
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ES
I Rogers. e NfTE0S1 race plans are kitting' pact.with, thet* sew vilvistbreejh

'Courthouse cemplttt. c.,,"|*...See es,seenl

n 1I Paint Store The Home Builder's Assn. the Conrad", ',Company"

Comments .
K, "..-* el q..utJ Fatal glace Jilt"
Of West Volusia I
128 West Georgia Phon.734.1627. County 118 WEST NEW YORK PHONE 734-2272

Ord t
By BCtEIt COBLB

'u Xewe 1'1I Watt v> Now's The IMPROVE YOUR HOME !

WALL iiiJV
CEILINGFLOOR Time To .ADD COMFORT AND VfllUE!
The Klwanlani performed a laudatory service this week by Install The '
putting the spotlight on teacheri. The civic group presented prizes
to the three students who** essays on their teachers were adJudged ADD A ROOM 'ADD A PORCH
the best of all submitted.The TILE! "BESTFLOOR
important thing.la that,U made the students stop and
,evaluate their teacheri. And youngsters have the honesty to o NEW ROOF NEW BATHROOM
".,express their feelings.!
Throughout the nation there are hues and cries over the need! SHOW
,of expanding educational facilities of changing curriculum, of Repair And ti I "
experimental educational programs, of the need for more money! "
tor school operations IN TOWN"ft .
Rarely la public recognition paid to the most Important per :
j son In the entire school system. The classroom teacher The pub- R model
+ Uo takes, It lot granted that school teachers ','
have .honesty. and Integrity That they are. Kitchen Bath' Florida Boom. ." I 10 w.JAvWLS__. J. t
courteous dedicated and moral. The public I '
even expect teeofcer to subordinate ,their tit OUR DISPLAY ROOM FOR : *. NO. DOW PAYMENT '
r ,own human JUfces.and dislikes, their Interest,* Armtrenf Vinyl .r//.. fleer Cetirbifs' i ... "
their freedom.f speech to their..responsibilitiesaa ,, YESKsnro*w. Y ," '. '. r .. ."
teacheri.Teachers. AU FLOOR COVERINGS ARE INSTALLED ITFACTORYTRAINED Tigs
are people, They dllfrvehe MECHANICS t..t-: MOOR-O I-MA TIC
same recognition for their success in their Moore..iall
Lumber COLOR MACHINE
work as other professionals receive. They also Conrad Co
need to be welcomed Into the mainstream of ,
the community's life, Its civic and its politicallife Bohren Tile Co.
FEASEL PAINT
I ".... Vslwle'i" Oldest lite Lumber Tare" & GLASS
t for one, would like to publicly state t la COy 122 lest Rich A". r>hen* 7I4-U01
behalf of many others our appreciation to the W. Michigan at N. Delaware Phone 734-4454 247 North Boulevard Phone 734.2122
teachers In our schools.
As for recognition, they' get It every day in the moat complimentary .
manner, There la no greater tribute than having\ students .
quote them. CLEAN I UP }Garden cob
The admiration of a student is the highest accolade that can YOUR NARTFORD'AGENT : and lemen s
be paid to a good teacher.. I P

Supervisor of Registration! Katherine Odham went Into the With Old
classroom this week.! She spoke to a Stetson University state I 'Since 1888 PAINT UP BruMhesry
and local government class explaining the Florida laws on reglatratlon Home F Paint an
of voters preparation and supervision of the ballots and Mortgage .

the actual voting itself. I 41\.' ,'..lll I'r.." (".{ With Our'Do It Yourself Tools
There has been more young people registering end voting I I
past few years. She U credited with arousing their Interest She FIX UP .
did It by having voting machines available for high school and 04 l.AN.NCY! Service and Equipment,

AS'n" *college elections and.explaining.their\ use.. r. ?, .

;or A prisoner at the Volusia County 'jail complainedIn a letter \ ,Make Your Roof Look Like New!
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to President Lyndon Johnson that the J.DIsa1 late. He asked
"'the President to do something about It. He.asked the President 112 WEST RICH AVE. Phone 734-1447 A *N.w' Aluminum Roof Coating
;' to come down and see what the prisoners in this county have to '
jive in. Seeing You WUht 0 UNIFLEX
If the President did come down, the Secret Service, FBI etc,
etc, charged with his safekeeping WOuldn't let him enter It Insulates Waterproofs Durable
'woulda be safe HOMEOWNERS LIABILITY All Accseef Insured Up T* $10,000

politics.Volusia This County year ls has no always exception' had some' strange mix.tips. la MOBILE HOMES MARINE' I I I

Two brothers are oppoalng each other for the same office.
Hubert Jacobs is a Republican. Line Jacob is a Democrat, Each a AUTOMOBILE ll/MBCR COMPANY
seeks the District 1 county commission office. The two brothers .
II.w
have opposed each other before, but Line never received the I.a.e..yweOeU '
Democratic nomination and thus did not face his brother Hubert and f10 16r1 ca trc r tAVE unP/N a u .
.
la the general election. > T.I.te.e.l 714 tUIBranca
.. Then there's the race between Dan Warren, State Attorney, ALL TYPES OF:INSURANCESHERWINWILLIAMS --
and Joe Scarlett.Jila challenger Both' men were classmates, at .Offic* DeBary; 'Florida
Stetson I University; Law College!
H! Then! there's the record of a Republican supporting a Demof -
ant with a campaign contribution! Ralph Clayton DfLand at. If
tomey,liar been a Republican leader Yet he gave Oriel (Bushy) i
Blount. a Democrat $25 toward his campaign for county Judge. Quality Products Buy ona. get one
In addition to facing Democratic opposition from Fred Or.
mend Holly Hill, and Robert Strickland. Ormond Beach. County .ee .
Cftnunlaalonrr Grady Williamson facet Republican opposition. His erne "
opponent 1s Don Myers, who la a musician with the younger PAIHTS
Grady Williamson's dance company,
There are some odd links that bring people together.and separate
'
others. .
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II LOriginCited Of 'Fire Pia g'll IEAU1Y YOUR t HOME MlIWITEC'I1Ot iESERVES THE!! OFPaints ; V MARY ACRYLIC CARTER PAINT


LOVEUND. Ohio VPD Onclnaat water works employe 7':8.AJJb1L m IDEAL _UIL ERS SUPPLY CO. BOL-LATOC
Bin Shawhaa BOW blows why a ,. who gave the wooden' ;
'IIn hydrant b called a fire water pipe to Shawhaa explained 1IIp'fMIJlJ ..: "Pay Cash end Sar Washable es ertertoefatortw es.ern.
i1" the fire plug this : I sane'cool eeg0.ge. Xe
TV Shawhav city'tnanacer here, ., "When water pipes were wiy la: ShenrIWIIIIaII ; 111 South A1ab&maPOat 734-1035 ..... ..... .mle* a7w:
'fcas been trying to find the orita stalled la the early 1800s, no .
the standard quality : .
% of the lean far a long time. provision\ were made for getting are ; $698
Keeently be received a throw the water out In case ot a hr &hetd the worldTHESHERWlNWlLUAUS .
section el wooden water .
loot fire. Firemen had la dig a hale
trip. used at Pearl and! Pike In the dirt mad to the. water CO. ,t..J, 'Ever 2nd Can FREE
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New that we've all had about a week to fI f : GallIc Over Governor-Demo BidBy

experience' the first touch tit spring: fever, It's I

i time to shake the urge to "do n thln' and join

in DeLand's annual "Cleanup, Paintup, Fixup" 4
Wt k. ALLEN: MORRIS ed that Kelly stumble, but not there may have been an inclination
TALLAHASSEE Scott Kelly tbd badly His lack ef alicknesa by some to discount what
The week officially opens today and will la the wild card In this gam actually Conyeyt an Impression Bums and Dickinson said u

Continue through Saturday. It is sponsored by now being played for the Democratic ,. of sincerity" which well could poUtacal talk" Kelly wu aell-

f the beatification committee of the Chamber ofIi' ,i{ k' nomination for ,overnor. prove an asset Ing himself aa a young man concerned .
I : By wild card." it is meant Kelly hu elbowed hi* way Into about his state
Commerce: under Mrs. Kay Hicks, chairman. '?, 4"t that no calculation of Kelly's potential contention to an extent that the There 1* much less cold calculation .

j The chamber has asked all residents, home ,"'' ,,, .'., ''i ; could be made in advance two frontrunners may have to In politic than it believed
I, owners and merchants to Join in the weeklong iw. .w W of actual campaigning In reinforce whatever hold they expect People other than the
the that sament. of to have conservative
way all on professionals! art inclined to go
t campaign to brighten up our community ,. '' strength were possible about the votersGROVrrAQ along with the candidate who!
Cooperation In the campaign has, been ?, other candidates, STRENGTH: teaks them out ahead of the

pledged by the Velusla County Commission' and 1 a The young (now 36) able sena All along the tier of countie other And everywhere hit rival
po R M"I businessman from Lakeland find
stretching across North Florida go today they men and
1. the.State Road Department. These organizationswill t embarked upon this grind with from Nassau to Escambia. Kelly women who tay Scott asked me
take care of sprucing up the entrances to the ,r ay few assets showing: faith in himself has growing strength that men- first-

city and' other areas in the vicinity of the city I a political history Intermingling sees the appeal there ol Mayor Right from the beginning there
t y hard work and luck, Hayden Burnt of Jacksonville hu been a showing of political
Limits, ,I 'i,4 Yy and the exceptionally fertile and former state, Sen. Fred O. know-how about the Kelly cam
Merchants Division president Mn Pat Wor- mind ot his press agent, Elmer Bud( ) Dickinson Jr of West palgn He had the first billboard

den has announced that letters urging cOrlpera- {' : Rounds Palm Beach *, early bumper atrip. He
', Peculiarly, it was Rounds who What teem' to be happening earned first place in the qualify
'Jiori in the cleanup campaign have been mailedto caused tome political observers Jn that tier It ing line to gain the advantage ol

all merchants. to miscalculate about Kelly significant\ because tee television and other publicity )

beautiful In talkIng They kept saying Kelly "read the region although weather frustrated
DeLand >is community.
a AZALEA QUEEN CONTESTAHtS-$ome: of tlie'1T contestants! for the title of well la print because of what react the him). ills first report

with many newcomers to our city, we have Azalea Queen visited DeLand Friday: Here, Charlaine Free... senior .at DeLand. High. Rounds was preparing\ but, from earlieat to to the Secretary of State Indicated

learned that its attractiveness !is one of DeLand's School and a contestant, presents Mayor Louis, :A, Skillman vith'a potted azalea, sym having watched him fumble In campaign 1 Ing. money had been lined up.

top drawing cards, But even the world's most bol of the annual Putnam ,County.Azalea Festival at Palatka.: Shown' also are, from Senate rebate, they doubted that There are kelly's camp has a feel tor
left to right, Joyce Bryan, Miami Beverly; Smith* Baltimore : MisS Kelly could deliver the material those who say publicity, He ramrodded the
needs little "palntup" and "fixup" Met Miryland he and hat kept
.eautif11111r1 convincingly once wu caught it* people are payola Inquiry,
for 1962 and winner of the Miss America .
Pageant talent contest Linda Kay.Jones ,,
; .by television eye. his nameone that sticks in
;jto retain her title the most politically
Crescent City; Judy Clarke, Daytona Beach, and Sally Hall, Gainesville (Sun Newt Yet he does come through Re minded memory in the new tins
We urge all residents and merchants to Joinfa Photo by Bishop) cent television appearances show- in the state For example, be Identified himself .

I this campaign A generous amount of "elbow But, more likely MOIIUJ. with the Irritation against

t'' grease" plus a nominal amount of cash is all that 1 WASHINGTON h1ERRY-CO-ROUND It It because the moment added this tag wat tax hurting'Just pocket at the
voters elsewhere stffl
'js.negded tp make our community sparkle under are
6t concerned with various seasonal books the moat.
the Florida sun. pursuits tourism, dtrui\ and In this field of aspirants for
'- +{ 11 w almilar winter.spring the Democratic nomination
More ] o m crop
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w"f1; : CompIaints!3 lIf Too, what! happens there could where a reasonably good case
'. "' : have more bearing en the campaign can be made for every one ol
'Those Who Can Do ,' of Burn and Dickinson: the candidates, Scott Kelp
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than on those of State Representative ihould not be overlooked.

fl The West German government reports that From Barry Goldwaler Beach and Fred Mayor Karl Robert of Daytona King

, 31 "scholars" fled East Germany In 1963. Fourteen
r Poverty Statistics Mulled High of Miami. Whatever first

11 ;of them were'university )professors or lee:* .... primary strength Karl and High DailyAlmanac
tllrers./ *-.* .* ,. DREW PEARSON grounds and offer a gift of may win along the northern tier
1* not likely to be affected by the
While this is small compared to the British WASHWCTONSEG.. Barry plants and shrubbery If the Statistic are more impressive family In the poverty category Kelly pitch. State Senator John

"brain\ "drain": country it brings the total Goldwater, the vigorous and vocal children would< plant them than words, and many was an annual income below E. Mathewa of Jacksonville occupies
tojthls solon from Arizona, has The effect wu Ilka ma fc. The were shocked when the Ad- $3,000, This may teem reasonable a middle ground of uncertain
: of Soviet Zone refugees in this category to 1,710 further complaints against me. children, all of them Negro, not 'ministration Informed ut that enough, but when the width.

for the last ,six years. About a third of them He tHyai "I did not suggest, only planted their grounds but 20 per cent of the families In the President Economic Report In other word, if Kelly leems By \/tllt. Prra tnttraittcMlToday ,
were university teachers. that field commanders be authorised Continued loving care of the country were living in poverty, wu published It turned out that, to be catching fire In his homeland U Sunday, March ..
I to use nuclear war. shrubbery They also tent But statistic, even more than If the tame criterion: were of North Florida he wu the sack day of 19M" with 2* to
By fields, there 'were :511 from medicine; heeds whenever they saw fit X Hechlngrr a deluge of thank-you word, need looking Into and carried backward 32 per cent born In Madison, raised at Quln- follow.
.438 from the natural sciences, 27$ from the arts; said the commanding general of letters and drawings this one turns out to be much of the nation famille would cy, Burns and Dickinson could Th moon it approaching tt*

216 from technology; 129 from agriculture and NATO should have greater lat. One little girl, Marie Abney, less Impressive when its background have been classed as poverty. adjust< their own approach to new phase.
itude in the choice of his weapons put her thank.you note to poetry. It explored. stricken In 1947, This In itself meet thl,* competition They The evening star are Venue
forestry; 92 from other fields Including nuclear weapons Under the heading "A Girt ofBeauty The criterion for Including tAP make ut wonder whether could talk!: more about conservative and Jupiter.
Humboldt University in East Berlin plat 298; 'Why is It a man Uke you," ," she wrote: the criterion 1* realistic, In government and states' Those born today Include U.S.

the Soviet Academy of Sciences, 243; Leipzig asks Barry, "with obvious af lec 'The shrubbery was a beau. any absolute sense Certainly rights, with all the special implication Supreme Court Justice, OUver
; tion for children and Stories In the Immediate ,World- these labels posses But Wendell Holmes, in 1841.
your grandchildren tlful gift but !it wu a bit post
207 Halle 153: :! Jena University heavy
University, ; University, ; at expressed in many to Ilttt"The War.n years practically every neither Karl nor High could On thla day In history:
I :; 104; Dresden Technological University, fine letters to them, can't stick plants body, fro-n the top to the bottom Chang II they wanted to do so. In 1164. Ulysses Grant *keirt
Rostock University Greifswald Univer to the letter of the truth, I don't will\ grow I hope Travel In:'. of the Income scale, thought ef DARK HOUSE to b* put in command or.II
83 ; they will, it looks .
J ; know, But I Just must assume it hill" *so and. uponour .. ,. .- ,,,. himself u living la a period of There 1* no way, of course, Union armies! arrivwl in Washington
dry, 63.hould U 1 your way of life," s >-m* unprecedented prosperity. et measuring where Kelly stands for the first time In aia
tU. DOLLARS, POLITICS today, He best could be described Ute
The actual fact la that San In a book Just published
i r*,'"f waul ti to writ y.w eagreeeeuatraarrleurtl Goldwatr did state, originally The American public dnesnt Many Ways an expert from ilea Census u this campaign dark In 1917, the Ruaalan revolution
realize !It, but of Greek horse But them point should be begin with strike aad
that he would authorize field one cause Bureau calculate that In 1929
L. B.n*... ffewtte, Offlerf ftafUtof, ( made about Die candidacy, so riots in
; commanders to use nuclear war resentment against the.,USA is Continued from Page Thirteen) tome 51 per cent of American St Petersburg
W* hla-toa' DC.'I heads whenever they saw tit, the aa-cdled Thomu E, Dewey source of practically an newt families had Incomes lest in that BO one may be surprised In ISM, French authorise la
: tea. Oeoriro A. i-na'ar, Beaate one, BntUto steel mill la and later: Algiers adopted an 6rdlnanc
= When Gov. Nelson RockefeUercaIliod' Turkey ; !ura so- from Red China, which don not purchasing power equivalent,
DC.: called Eddie Burns and Dickinson hive been giving French Moslem In
WMklBfton McCormack brew Algeria
;. this. "completely\ unrealistic admit U. S, eorrenpondpntt. than a current Income of
B.. ..... Office Htllal. ," Barry changed hla ery la Istanbul: also the tremendous campaigning ever since they the same right a* French
:M ,e. .. & L (tit rtM,. t Hong Kong, on the Chinese herder $3000 This makes the mystery finished! third and fifth in the don.Moslems,
Ki WasUacton. D.ODEARABBT.il statement He then claimed that amount of military aid sent also kerps an eye and ueu still deeper; I* It true I960 first gubernatorial primary. In
1962 the
he had really referred to the to the Turkish military.The Rouse defeated a
'l. on Red China, scanning that an actual majority of our The people with a strong, continuing bill which would have
NATO/\; commander, not to Individual Greeks wonder why, In newspapers which come from population wu living In poverty Interest in politic have its Increased
permanent
r- r .,;.r +..1' field commandera. view of this heavy outpouring of behind urn bamboo curtain, as In that year of peak economic: been watching them all this time. from 433 to 438 membership
t J .b As for the Senators claim.' American dollars Into Turkey, well a,} I interviewing refugees ,activity There 1* a disposition to for
r iA that 'disregard for the truth la .tht' USA:. deee not,I use more wilh story to tell. That 1 I. the queer result w* get that Kelly has been running A thought |br-;the day
Gen.
my:9" sy of life. I suggent that Influence with the Turks :toward JVre la another mainstream reach If the current ttaustlcal, Just aa )long, but for a .considerable Ulyise Grant once add-
t he reread some of! his own state" *' a Cyprua settlement : of Associated Press news Latis measure of poverty Is applied period without the disadvantage bor disgrace no man: :unfor"La-

manta ,> Amertraa military aid to Tur. America Newt from there cornea retrospectively, But statistical ,of being recognised tunately you: occasionally find
1 Firm Stand Among othen he might reread key .1"ce'lI)47 has been around into New York directly) from the studies of poverty are not publicly aa a candidate,- Where men disgrace labor."
ti ,1 tome oi his recent statements on $.1 billion and la continuing All many capitals by cable, wireless new and when we examinethe
"Meet the Prm" when twice he aid to Greece has been atopped. and telephone Mexican news results of such studies
Is Retained F. ';I ? stated that as President h, would Also there have been Important arrives over a leased wire\ facility made< In the put another '

II ., not have the power to break American Investments 1n'1'urkty. New York la the major kind of mystery emerges In.vtrlably HallChatter "' '
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relation with Russia
-a step City
part with TJS government'' loans collection point because communlcatinnt such itudlet reached
I ABICAD- which he frequently or guaranteed leas In moot cash are better the conclusion that tome :20
VAN HURD'iDtAR recommended. One is tie Schllti directly to New York than they to 25 per cent of American families
"This would take ef Brewery,
action
Jt: ABBVi You have always Insisted that the an negotiated by the charming are among the Latin American were living below what WM, I,
the Senate of the United States. '
',jRblt wedding gown and veil are symbols of chattily nephew of Speaker Joha capital.' However, Buenos Aires at the time the study was
add "It la not the
Barry, just
'and virginity\ and should be worn only by bride who McCormack, who represented collects and sends to New York conducted, set up aa a reasonable '
.
whim PreiMrnf ,
of
;fcave earned them. Now you quote from 'St, Thomas a Schllti Of Milwaukee In by'cable: Telex and radio-Tele definition of the boundary .
arrul'Inr
''r kMulnas, and teem to have wavered from your original Either Barry Is woefully for a brewery In Turkey type news of Uruguay and Paraguay between poverty and aD
stud! I certainly believe in the forglvenes of tins; Ignorant of the powers which he;: where the Moslem faith\ frowns In addition to rts own adequate Income.:

"ittat even the sin ol tmcha.tlty can be, and la, forgiven want has to auume u President forthe orhe on alcohol. This; Investment is Argentine stories Rio de ;Janeiro The explanation ef thla apparent By imuiD BISHOP
I ,,))/, the Lord >U the sinner la truly repentant But this truth.a complete'For the President disregard has guaranteed by American tax In Brazil and Santiago In Chile contradiction la ob .. New Urt Writ**
4rglvenei; doe not ": move the consequence* of the sin.: payers. aim have wireless transmUston vious. When poverty la de *
,rpPie unchaste woman may be forgiven by the Lord, but ahaotuta authority to break diplomatlc to New York fined la statistical, terms, we .
still low her to till I relations with any country Attracting more attention In LARGEST ARM
''i* right symbols virginity.
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tend to use an elastic standardwhich
at time. He dnesnt have the Greek. It the big steel
urge you to remain firm In your original position. Our any press The Rio de Janeiro bureau hat move \ about the
learn that there certain to consult with the Senate for atingle mill negotiated: after the Turkish the largest area to cover, upJI Information
.young peopl must are penaltieslor tame proportion at the average rural-tied to San Ceorg A. Smather b isfl
uflchattity and rewards for purity, minute government: has paid ex-Cowemot because Braril la larger than level of.all Income. There by"the Federal Aviation Agency la Washington, D. C indicates
A CONCERNED PASTOR Goldwater also stated that as Tom Dewey a retainer of mainland United Statet. This seems to be an .\Inbuilt pay that DeLaad could It city official wanted to, sefl part of tie
he $130000.
,m DEAR PASTOR l I remain firm to my Nana a4kmer President would not UI.tI'fWIpt' The money, totallingSUt coverage is through a network ol chological mechanlam which: .J(8S. acre of dty-ewned airport property '
Dot the 11II."" I printed the Catholle point eljvlew '' to enforce court orrtm .(CO,000 comes from the stringers throughout the muntry. Impel the authors of such la a letter received by &-11. Smathen m Sept 3. Ud from

tbouch It la not my own, to lalrnto my wader. "If you recall he (President Development. Loan Fund who re-port by telephone. .,,wlrelesa studies to choose a standard Joseph R Lrppet. director ef FM's avtatloa facultle service.
., Kennedy' ) Udi\'t pee.. .ff!!! ra1 Significantly' [ director ot and telegraph. t'. which 'leave Just about :20 .It was noted that: "Alte( World Warn >pursuant> to the Suralua
:"*: DEAR ABBY{ My,toa hat been married approxijfoately troops He rent federal marshaU the Development Loan Fund At'New York the news la notonly per cent of the population. Property Act ol 1M4, at amended, the. De-
; > .bc year*, and *o far all they have been able to b" under Eisenhower when the tttel aent domestic wires te' below the \line Land Municipal Airport wa returned' M' the r a"
( Wan dog. They *era very latlsfied, and there latjfcver The fact la that Kennedy! used min waa negotiated wat Vance papers' la this country, but it poverty city by aa Instrument of dl-pneal which pro 1
any mention el their having children. They have regular Army troops at the Brad Mr. Brand* Immediately also Is transmitted by radio, Perhaps on* could defend vided among other thing, that all property d,, ,,
A ktwo Beaten I buna at present and they treat them like University of Mississippi and after retiring from the Development teletype back to Latin Amertc:.. a statistical approach which transferred thereby fie used for public airport 'y,,.
(batdes. Should I ask my d&ucllter.lIa.law If that the federalited troop at the Uatvef Loan Fund went to work thA'Wett ladle and Puerto make* poverty, by deflnlUoa. purpose However, ""law also provide for
\bed she eta dot lily of Alabama, Birmingham for Koppen ,of Pittsburgh, the Rico<< 1. : I 'f.' the lot ol the lowest one- jrl-aie ol airport property for me for other
1 DISGUSTED,MOTHER IN.LAW, and Tuikeegre, Ala. chief Amerlcsa company building Il.le; l bitnre-tlng\ / 16 note thai fifth of our families on the purpose. If it can be determined that the land.
*,.. DEAR DDGC&TEDi: Ask your .... But ..<*.I lie The Senator from Arizona who the Turkish steel mill. theAssociated: 'Presa not only Income scale: But the eradication : requested for release 1* no longer seeded for
rprU d >II he toll yu bell "d* bettor" when he'* dor aspires to be President should Regardless ot whether or not bring in newt from every corner, of poverty, U *o defined, the purpo** for which it tnt transferred."
either get' hep to the facts about the become a< bnpoble as Sen Emathm wai advised la the letter
"1tII rooC aM r 4t. this waa a conflict of Interest, tit the world for the American
1 ; the Presidency or he should pay these tau and other aid to prest and radio. It also distributes the squaring ol the circle, that Fart MS ol FAA admlnistratlM regulattona!
i DEAR ABBITi Our father U a surly! argumentative; more attention to the truth aa a Turkey have been well publicized It around the world through Poverty ui the more ordinary dealt with the release of airport property Nora
, type who could never get along with anybody. Mamma 'W11 t.f m.." In the Greek press at a time the facilities of AP World Sow sense ol the word-want restriction ol the turploa airport property III8111I0..
I jwas an angel, and even abet couldn please him She GIFT Or BEAtTT when US aid to Greece had been let',. or d *rttution-undoubtedly still strument nl disposal)
fted two years ago and now Father la 99 and lives alone Public schools in Washington. curtailed to a mere trickle and GROWTH OTCD exist In our country But the Previously; dry\ official have met every offer te boy percelaef
4J e tried living with etch one of ua Iwo are all married DC are among the matt now stopped altogether. This worldwide service hat measurement of Its extent airport land with the teeming conviction that FAA. which coa
''J ut he never looted over two months with any of us. He neglected In the nation. Some ot Note-Its been grown' to such an extent since lea etuoVd the statisticians. trol disposition ef the property, would not permit conveyance.rREVHH .
hit every place mad! Just before Christmas he wrote the..building are old and dingy argued that World, War U that AP now la : PlTtCMASK TIT
i.each of ua telling ua not to buy him anything becauiw he l teaohert are overworked, classrooms It a Impossible for the Creeka distributing new and photo A La Carte Tkl attitude prevailed to its wttra Florida Military School:
,;wasn't buying us a/l'thlnl-llot even. the grandchildren."My were so crowded at the and IVrka to live together! However outside the United State en the and Collet sought to buy about CO. arm tt occupies at the air
from UTS IMS '
,"My sister WU so uhamed she bought her children beginning of the year that many to under large scale in let history and to NEW YORK tTO Even port Industrial park Several conference wen held between
efts and put "Love from Grandpa on the cards. Now puplla couldn alt dews Geography British rule, there were three what 1* probably the largest the' last ol the big spenders" PavW M. Siager, the city manager, ud FAA representatives
'he seat us each another letter saying that who. he dies'fetdeesal trachera sometimes have major GreH.Turtlab wan, with total ol reader and listeners! wouldn't reach for this dinner ia numb
want to "bother" ariy of till chlldrea with the to buy maps out el their owe not one aktrmlsh on Cyprus. e\er to f't'elfrarft aNagle tab 1712,000,000whick to Lut week the military school again offered to Buy the
I burlal-that/ he has everything! fixed up with the Veterans' pockets While the Greeks ud the Turks source what American trend' ] eating campua tie for a "fair and reasonable sum" Gty Uaaa-*
i j:JurtaJ Aitsdaaen. Should w* Ignore him Or try to makeAe la cwntratt Russian schools were fighting tt out in the Thia newt travel by the away from home ta a year's Wesley Sweat who suborned the offer to dry; comntla oauI.
wan M isiT, uu and ita-a. time. said tt wu lea MdemaadiBg that Fits
wand
to separate tta
have ef IT students
aa
peace average cable
United to Europe, by radn
*T SPEAKING FOR THE rn'E Or US to a teacher, and the limber fjchoolhflusea Cyprus was eftjeytag n years teletype to Turkey. Greece the I'eern 'Jafls> to mocajterie. lahMchroom high school aad coHeg campus, The alai .... prepetty *a
'*.'' el coexistence.: : *. restaurant and N. Spring Carte: Ave three mile aorta ef DeLaad. Plata ttwetabliBMg
DCA UrcAIINGt It to Mme4lna difficult to Ml la rapidly Increasing Middle East and Africa A land-
,Whether! a per*** h ale*, err "tats "..dl'r1,." RMIM- : ltnetartka It item Nf"fTo to even at the r*<* track and ballpark a tatnpu there have Dew made.
*. R million male err.aewvrrd' tact year, th* alb. ebtaliwd FAA .pprM-allet *-mncampu **.*
ahanM to towh ltd Mm kww The other" Washington *
one In ywir family keey a day MM NalhrSon lilt oppoalt duvctio te Sat)
bukkUag to the K-hoiJ.
Th
\ dally Acrortinj to la- Huol iged a
I JM appear to and kelp 1'r1" kfs pr rAMI. U yw buslnmumjin John Hcrnlng, Franrbra where It la baira by caning far of pusvitwspeemeat
Gas MaaufactvrrraAssociation prjnnetU 9000
tnitxt ft K put eon{ .( UM way Ten weal rrgrH It. decided that U the OMirmarouldn't FRANKFORT, Ky UPI Uo-teU-typ to Manila, Tokyo Appliance removed U tile N. Sprtig Card- Ave. at eke bafldtog wt
'' the choice ol furl location. FU3 promiMd to
Jolla FDa Jr
do about author ol
1LeTall
anything aril other point to the Far East, for complete the removal by UK tl. 14.U .
rooklag proteealaealtileeb
: rO>TIDKJm: \t TO "HEBTONJALKM. IOTRta": IS 1S. Washington school, one teen ot the Lonemme flee,"' All told more than 1000 swwtpnper I among t 1 IJtJ, bcOdlut oti the Fin were
I t' NCi (shell'pn lmbly iVOver the h* y could. Horhtngvr\ who operates'J The Little Sh-rberd el King and radio station to more gas to Sl!!.WO. A value ol about ttn,(OQ wu carnpo set m flea land pprmld by the at
h h Man be deUvers! tfct. ring. Send tM Jour MOM sad a series of hardware and garde dom: Come*" aid '.tI Ift' aovtla.waa ttwiiOOO couatrfet thraagkom Michigan! : leeds ai'tt* laper appraiaerIndlofleB same

' t4drcea a/ I'r awe yw a Us4 el konea for itawe4EMthen ttnrtt, told till stalf to pick a bora la ISO Bear Paris the TrorM receive Associated capita support ol higher edttcattoa. :t-bt !Ie'I'" k ltaatrj'tle lead asI .
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DALLAS!' tJPI The Warren r then and didn't we ..b.re'lt
I M cnmmtadkm' 'will hear testimony hit,"

rl., ? Tuesday that four, notthree Worrell, who la unemployed,
/, .,k r I shot were' tired Into' said the fourth shot he heard
President Kennedy' open.top wa tired Just when he round.
llmotnliiB bat t Nov,, U. ed the building. He aid he only
James Richard Worrell :20: saw the bark of the man who
I said he had been called before ran from the building.
: I II r a, 'the cnmmlxalnn to testify about! A
'1; what Secret !Service man win ae-
ht saw" and heard nearthe
Texas rompany him to Washington
schnolbnok depositorythe Sunday night! Worrell said
day Kennedy waa slain' and Authoiltle
.. Oov said two shots hit
John
Conally waa in
Kennedy! and
ono struck Con-
/ jured.'
7 "I heard four shot*-I don't nallyKing.

I 111 care Worrell what was they one say.of" four Pal- l Haps Klan

I lax
County men called In a p.
pear before the commission ORLANDO (LTD Int.
.u. PALM FASHIONS ARE PACKAGED AT SHAPIRO'S FOR SHIPMENT next Tuesday, Hob Jackson pf gratton leader Martin Luther I
Bill Stark, manager of skipping dpt. H. P. Shapiro the Dallas Time Herald, a King Jr said Friday the Ku k
PALM FASHIONS LIKE THESE ARE SOLD IN U. ABROAD I photographer In a pleas' pool Klux Man was Indirectly respnnalble -
from HUD Hawaii Jo Parii Franc car thai waa the third vehicle for the September I i
I Employment behind Kennedy" waa one of church bombing In Blrmln*.
thoae aaked tit appear ham Ala, that killed four N*>
/ Hilo; Hawaii To Perm, France AU four of the men were In gro child]'en,

Boost NotcriWASHING'T'ON the vicinity of the assassination. King In an addrea to mem.
Arnold Lnul Rowland 18, desrIInM ben. of his Southern Christian
to confirm that he would Leadership Conference, laid
Palm Fashions From w urn The make the trip tn Washington. the Man. wa* responsible for
DeLand r' 'tarla' government laid Friday lOll. lAW ..\:\ L. \'ING "creating an atmoapher ..la
000 found -
persona new Jobs in Amo* lAw ,>:ulna said h* which such dastardly! acts can
I the nation during February, aw a man near the depository be committed" -- :
helping push unemployment to building "leaving hurriedly at The Integration leader
Are Globe It* lowest If'vlln II month, Ire the shooting." I 1111 said "Sec- old h* expert jdernons.trtloha aJM '
Circling Dresses The Increase In employment, ret Service men told me I'd be In Rlrmlngham to rosurn ...lth.In E
above expectations fnr Fehruiry In rel trouble" if he commented the next 30 da>"i because I'
came aa the seasonally further on what he saw "something must bit done" to

By BERNARD BISHOP Shapiro's .Is a southland success More than ISO permanent em per idjusted cent,jobless lowest rate sine fell October to U, would Jackson confirmed that he .advance: .integration.. In._.r--the city....
Sun News Staff Writer accept the Invitation. H
From *
story meager beginnings plover, some of whom have been 19R7.
Dacron dresses manufactured In 1946, far removed with the company nearly 18 Rut Harold I I. the photogmpher who look
Goldstein. LahtlrDrpartmpnt "
the
rat 1>DeLand Industrial Park are from its spawning ground, New yean, are bentfittlng( from the PALM FASHION LABEL statistician widely rlrrulalH' plchuvtMt
laid
:worn by women from Hilo, Ha- York dty'' bustling garment firm's success, as I 11 the reglon'a: seen around world the drop In the allow Lee Harvey Oswald 7
!Iwail, to Farls, France. Even the district,. the firm right now is economy. Shapiro's annual pay < -- -- unemployment recoiling In pain after being
(Smart Shop in Anchorage, Alas turning out about 9,000 Palm roU U nearly $500000. rate however was not because every significant hot by Jack! ,Ruby, He wmlrt" r .' ,
,la feature some of the 250,000 Fashions every week.. Peak production NEW JOKKOIFHE: I FFA Committee the Dumber a story after the aasasalnatlon
Palm fashions turned out each will be reached in May, The of persona out of work was almost .1.I that said he whliled and saw ,, w
company's recently oi-gan- \INcrt's Quotes I the same as It was In a rifle barrel In the ,"
:
,,eAr at the H. P. Shapiro( Corp. bed sales department consisting Assists Hospital January. The January Jobleis I Window, depository

!Lhl're.Ml'dlumpl'lcl'd Press' Freedom of nine sales representatives, ply rate waa ... per cent Persona standing
dmses, all !labeled along the
the entire United States. The The Community Service! Committee
"Palm DeLand I UnN.1 hoe UttoraatMHal The number of person lookIng curb whilst th. Kennedy
Fashions, r cart
firm also has established New of
a the DLand Chapter of
Florida" aie sold by Shapiro's Seen Unaffected York City office. WASHINGTON Gen. Douglaa -' the Future Farmer of America for work rose by about the van paused reacted In a variety! t't
In all 50 of the United State Greatest volume of Palm MacArthur aa he preparedto live up to it* name Member same. figure a* the number of of way when the shots rang
and In several foreign countries.An GAINESVILLE (IIPD- Fashions' sales Is In the south; undergo major abdominal haw juit completed work of fertilizing new Job that "became avail nut One man shovel: his child i t:
dress racks at Farmer A Co. The fact that one group owns southwest and on the west coast. surgery: the grounds at the West able, GnldMeln aid, ThU left to th* ground and /threw him- I .
Ltd., in Sydney, Australia, wornn several newspapers should not Rut Shapiro's diesaes, oriented Jra ready doctor." Voluula Memorial Honpltal.Thete the number of! unemployed person sell down at iheld. Other
*- can purchase print frock affect freedom of the press. for spring, summer and fall, also sophomores, who work unchanged at 48 million stood fmien.
manufactured here. University of Florida JournalIsm are sold In other sections of the SAN ANTONIO, Tex Doe. under the Instruction of D. F o>"'r the month. RAN roLumiNti' unoomoWorrMI LOANS
And although export are only students were told Friday, country. ton reporting on the condition Bennett at DeLand High School The most. significant factor In who said he had
r 'rnlnor with the local manufacturer "No matter how 'bl,' the Shipment from the Shapiro of John. H. Glenn., the first Include Howard Henderson, Ray th* latest survey Goldstein iklpped school in see th. Pmt.dent '
Palm Faihlona are retailed newspaper buslnes becomes, plant at the DeLand Airport are American to orbit the earth! mond Clifton. Sammy Klckllght said, wa that unemployment waa directly. below the BY ti
In England and on the this would not mean the end of made dally by truck, air express, "Glenn's problem I Is that er, Robert Climax, and Larry wa* well below the I.. per rent sixth flow nf the' building when
European; continent, according to this country's free and reapo. railway expresa and petrel post when he stands up he has dli- Crtbb. They have furnished the reglntered !In February 19M, the shut rang out ROSSVoluaia I
II. P. Shapiro, president of the Ible press," said Fred Petti Cost of parcel pat shipments ry spells and Jurt cannot man. manpower,,and the equipment to "I looked up real quick and
firm. Stores la London and ManChester 'John, executive editor otM/ from the DeLand post office la euver very 'well," complete, this Job and the hospital : 'I? Club To Mm aa" the barret fir again," lie
England sell the locally Fort Lauderdale News about 125,000 a year, according furnished the supplies. add "I looked up to era wh r* Lotn Co. Inc. '
produced dresae. Pettljoha was one of several to the firm's president : N II. -SPn... The "E* dub will meet at it felt and saw' PrraldrnKrn, / ""
EF'F.cTIVICDS 'I speakers at the university's Manufacture of Palm Fashions Barry Coldwafer, It-Art. 'trttlctelng -' dfonfI.1 nomination ,'In:,:.'New T..W: pmJ?Wednesday at* *Ik* nedy'hit 1'IN UH. *-bartj of; ta* ,..,.. '" ''' ..,.... I' .
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sixth administra Hampshire* T Community' : Center 1.''\Clara f, *'. >* ,rc, .
annual communications the Jrhnson HM< *
Women in Puerto Rico, NovaS'Otla started here in JWS! after Sha 161 'W..t
the Virgin Islands and ,week aesslon Friday.. plro began operation in a city. tion's foreign policy while 'campaigning "I think It la hie* time to A WI. Th pnNlArnt urge" all I I I "I saw It fir* A th/rtf/ "1M. Infna r
'Canada also have seen the palm Cecil B. Kelly Jr. of the Perry owned building at the airport, I for the COP prrwU i rock that boat a little." membera to b* present I wa* mnvlng out running' by .... tU.tJlI"

Vashion label. And because publications told students which wu formerly used by the
women sooner or later read the ',that newspaper will rely on Navy as a supply building. 1 I
label tin their dress. Shapiro automation, computer and Recently, the company leasedan / /
believe his product ts I a good modern technology more and additional building at the industrial
kdvertlsement for eLand and more in the future park to provide morespactf
tor Florida. for production faculties lathe
I Architect Pies. existing plant
COMPLITI: MINI or Shan says demand for local GIANTSAVE
O.1VARD. CaJlf. (arm-In ly produced dresses la unlimited.
Political Printing ternationally known architect Only plant capacity restricts
Bet Albert Dore, 73, who designed production.
BUSIIWM Print' .upe !
Advtrtliln HeuNNagl.woao the Italian Expmltlon Meanwhile, with existing facilities
DUMtRfhtat Building; -Italy's first skyscraper production ls at a point
22l-2 4t I -died,Friday afer a long 111ne where Palm Fainlona are worn
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ORANGE CITY Red Cm He told] of the cooperation andappreciation I expenditure of Red Qross fund. el proper tool through stsmttagon I ask .f for blood donor between I 1 .
dollar are carefully accounted given to him In and said that because .t two Issecur chairs and ovnrescklng. U.59. and for those over this age .yv1'
for and the national headquarters I Panama when Introducing tint mlllilln'olunlffl'l serving morepeople A new count In tint to help round up donors. The
bonks art audited twice a year, aid, lunlll.nd ether courses to ran he reached and more aM Is being formed by Joseph Orange City chapter gage 121
Orange City Red Ores* wwkers the police d..p.....* and services given. McDonough, the Instructor and free pints of blood last sear It ,
I Were told Wednesday evening at women's cluhii. He described Harold Hock, fund and membership anyone wtshlsg to Join may contact must have mart than that this '
tile klch-ott meeting for the tund unusual experiences turiag his chairman, explained the any Red Cross officer. I' year to meat tht demands of .\ > L
r drtvi. work in the sullying! dlttrJctt.\ H* program to the worker present Tb home service department' 1t..11 pointed, out. The .
!, H. M. Musty, ch.pter chair- mentioned teaching Basset - Iran, Introduced the speakers, Paaama on the FacutaiOMsiijn\ :' need for a* much publicity and service-men, their1 home and Qty Fridajs. >prfl 3, at '; j '.
JfjJhn Grant JD, field. representaJJvt the ifiernoon, and In the evening Information on Red Cross a* famine I* under the chairman". ,the Dickinson Memorial Library il
I of Jacksonvfllt, and Alv* Of tilt tame day on the AUantic possible, letter have been' sent ship of Mr. Harold Hock. The :Mall from 4 to T p.m. ''" .,
Veal, chairman of tat DeLandchapter. to every resident In the Orange chapter 1 II always ready to meet At the close of the meeting
I Coast"CWRSEAN ...
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TRAVELWhlle City area any disaster or emergency. In refreshments were served to the ..,.
Grant complimented the working the Caribbeanhe LOAN CLOSET this area and this I I. the reason guests, Mr. and Mr*. Neal Grant
Orange City chapter fur Its traveled by plane dally and The loan closet for the Denary It Is calling on the community: and the 23 Red Cm members. ,
"well developed organization and In Ecuador rode with natives, area Is now a certainty. Hock for contribution*, It was pointed present by the canteen committee ,
the efficient service" rendered to gnats and other "exotic bag laid, "This means, that we will Mr, Huisey, Mrs. Hock and
this community.Neal gage" on a train pulled by a need more equipment for out.Hock explained further that Mrs. John Crewther. .
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was for many years field i i Ford motor past weavers standIng DeBary and Orange City loan although Red Cretan blood It I 1I I U a ring; remains on cloth: after .
representative for South and 1 waist-deep In water weaving closets." Most accident happenIn given free by the chapter to any removing a spot( try
j Central America at Panama and 1 straw hate the home, he explained, Orange City resident anywhere, teaming the area over a kettle
later at Trinidad West Indies I Neal emphasized the careful because of careleuness and lack It la necessary for the hospital of boiling water.
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By JUNE SMITH: I by using Japanese crayon and on a painting trip !In Portugaland
WIN'S FOOD 1Ait = Run New SUM Writer India ink with water colon, Spain during a talk at Steto .
"OKI r = At least a portion of one of Chapin observed.,. on March II. seemed reluctant -
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sus w. NEW DeLand'i most treasured One exercise for enrichingindents' to discus the honor his
YORK
AVENUI : ; : attraction trace probablywill use of colon, Chapin work has brought him.
be traveling In a couple of said U to "paint everything Just Ht did admit, however, that
) lees months. And to paraphrase the the opposite color" his work art exhibited "In 25
i 1UANTITYORIGHTSRESERYEDA r late Ma]. Bowel, where they'll Sl7tPRisL\G EFFlXTS or n or :z8'"museums, and that
land nobody knows. "For instance," he said "a lie had a water color show rt
There' a good possibility green table 1* painted red; a the American Academy in Rom
Z! ) .. however, that they'll wind up in yellow bag, purple; a blue box three yean ago.WHO'S.
an outstanding private art collection red. It'* really surprising the WHOA
or In a museum, since effects achieved in this way." check with "Who1 Who In
e they're being captured in water Chapin who will exhibit slides America" revealed that Chapin
colon executed by a widely of 45 of his paintings and lecture has exhibited oils, water colors
llllllllllllfllnnmnrnnllllllllllllmlllllllllllllllllllllli[ flI known Am.rlellartist.\ and prints In the United States
..&JI : Artist Francis Chapin recipient Cooperation PledgedIn line 1928; that he has exhibitedIn
: of numerous art award the Part Salon D'Automme
Training Program
and bated in "Who's Who In and has a permanent collectionIn !
I America," 1* substituting a* TALLAHASSEE: (UPI) nit the Metropolitan Museum of

I University artlst-in-residenct in the at abtenc Stetson of Florida Industrial Commissionand Art.A.student at the School of the
t elf't the Selective Service system -

.iiMnREFTASTYLIVER 3 1 Louis Freund who curtefiJjr la will cooperate in a job Art Institute, Chicago for six (
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after his fromWashington
LBS on a world tour for yean graduation
LOVELT TREES'' training program men rejected and Jefferson College .
from the draft. Chairman
Chapin in a Sun New Interview Chapin wa Instructor at
Worley Brown said Friday
disparaged his accomplishment the art school from 1929 to 1M7.H .
Brown aald Col. Harold C.
l .fLASII FROZE.N OCEAN with a casual, "What also ha served a* a resident .
I Wall, St Augustine head of
difference doe it maker H* artist at the University ofGeorgia
JI! 1 1 Y, wa more enthuilastlc about De- Selective\ Service had Joined In ; taught at the Summer
; '.PERatFILLn '3''r Lands scenic subject, particularly I making plans for lob training School, Saugatuck, Mich., and
for about 10,000 young men rejected
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1utlttrltanr19rIiTMJNM! It* 'lovely tree I. for service In the Skowhegan Summer School!
Teaching primarily watercolor military of painting Main Hit work Js
Florida each
technique at Stetson ChapIn year shown each summer at Martha'sVineyard
/: "* said he has painted a number "We greatly appreciate Col. and Cape Cod Matt-
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N01SlMCREEsw1'N'! ? Wall and Selective Service making
i of water color since coming to Traveling extensively through
1 V" DeLand including: "on location", these young men available out the United State, Chapin
landscape of the Stetson cam to the counseling<< and Job finding his his home la Chicago.REMEMBER.
is 59 OR, residential area* of DeLand, services of Dm state," Brown
,
'PEANUT'BUTIER and Blue Spring add "In a healthy economy,
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I II Chapin, observing that "I'm wt must do everything wt canto
one of the few artist left who set that these young men are .If DOES R BUT
paint 'on location,' describedthis prepared for and directed tn auxNi fled Dell n rr LEMN
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h I a* completing the entire Job they art qualified to fUL"
ItURIID PIISH nozRlt; J I -FIp painting"on the spot.
( H* aid that water color can I -
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GRAKFJWIT proceryValues
t beginner artist SPRING: FIX-UP
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those used In ptlntlng.. he
A :: JIG PIHEAPPIECHICKEN said adding that contrary to ,SPECIALON
the opinion of some watercolor
OF THE SEA "do not have to be done
fast" and that they can be
CHUNK LIGHT MEATTUNA "overpalnted." POWER
He said that a water color
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day, and also that, If permitted
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total include tub baths, ranging FREE Yes, /was aa.wera.

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dunking and about :33 Pickup and

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/I t u Cuba's nlJnunist; Influence) :'Spreads( p .'" ,:: Sabin Vaccine

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1 I I 'Makeup' DayIs

Br FRANCIS McCARTHT I munht subversion. have reached had to create the deeds without
1 PI Latin American W** out !from Havaaa. the Moscow any preview definitions U I Scheduled .
In inn\ scars of FkM Ostm nl f the Western Hemisphere, to had defined my thoughts at the
I
ale c\ha i has become ti* bet touch every ether American beglnnlag ret the revolution,
I mm mm Satellite 111 the. Jtew republic Cuban never would have followed ., da 1 Ius la "Makeup aVnday" f.reveryone
\\ "I r 11 Id I The Iron Curtain bat been me." iyyyl'I In Valuta County who
It If a full.fledged pflHtteJ extended to within 90 mile of CttttHi purpose would seem missed getting Type II SaMa
and military offspring of thea'tet I I' S, shines sell evident: T n offer Cuba ss Oral Vaccine last weekend.
I I Inlon ; Currently, Cuba Hands convicted the sacrificial lamb for the ex The tasteless vaccine, designed
.__The lone tentacles of el aggression ajalast. pantfcm of International com to give lifetime Immunity to one
Venezuela by the Organisationcf mMism. !' type of polio, will be available
American States (OAS) and Castro betrayed> the revolu free of charge at nine locationsin
Okay Seen: (, accused of complicity at the lion by conditioning the life of \' County.

iiii *$ anti.American street rlota la his country to the political The County Medical Society*
: Panama agencies of the Kremlin { which has sponsored this antl-
For Nixon'sfyOusterBid I Slurs Castro seized power In Through Castro's treachery, I polio project) in January again
January 1959 the record show Cuba became" a bastion of com last Sunday will do so- again
I I I Communist Cuban Intervention munism. In the heart of the April U suggests that every resident
(In one form or another in the American world only 90 miles ( over three months old.
internal! affairs of each and from Florida Cuba became abase take the three I types of oral vac-
I TAMPA (urn Former I every American republic. rf operations( and International cine. *
ii Vice President Richard B. NIx. PRO AND cx>\ Communist suhvtnifon' Cot: TfOUL
1 on probably will be granted There has been argument pro I and! penetration of the Western Some 90,000 persona took the
his wish to be removed from and con as to whether Castro hemisphere, vaccine In two SOS programs laJanuan
'I a slate of delegates pledged to was a Communist while In the I .'. Last Sunday 71,680 per.
hill fighting the dl'latarialFlatt'a Orlamloan Arnneil sons took the second dose An additional .
Mm
RUNNERSUP IN SPELLING BEE Dr. F R. In Florida Republican .
Tubbs of Stetson University pro- regime, or whether International I :20 JS,000 persona are expected
Bouncer for the 13th annual DeLand Sun News spelling bee staged recently in the primary Nixon wired In i May communism movedIn Of Threat By Mail I to turn out today
DeLand High School( auditorium, is shown with in the Secretary of hit Last week was
I runnersup contest. Left to State Tom on revolutionary movement response
right are Cheryl McMicken of Adams Wednesday ORLANDO (urn) Th. FBI since there has been
Taylor High School senior gratifying
high division; Diana Pre. asking to be taking advantage of a
vail, Taylor Junior High School, junior division, and Kathy friscic, Boston Ave. COP date filed removed from; wiles of propitious circum. arrested Norman Edward WU'I a letdown of 10 to IS per' centIn
by republican 4 of '
son % Orlando '
School, elementary division. Each of the received stances. some SOS programs during
runnersup certificates of achieve. National .
Committeeman Anthony and: charged him with '
I the second UnmunUatlon.
ment from the Sun News. Winners in the The la academic
event were Marla Talton and Gregory Peters Battaglia.Adams argument
letter
, \ a threatening through "W. are optimistic now( abouta
co-winners In the elementary division Karen Gower matlec for Castro' betrayal of the tb'l
; junior high, and Pam Pier. turned the malls i larger total for this
response
,i I son, senior high (Sun News Stiff Photo) over to Atty. Con James revolutionary ideals he first expounded Bond was set at $10,000 and March Immunisation el Type mvaccine
Kynes. aald Friday nleht there has long been evident. he I in
was lodged the Orange I that we had for the Jaa
I BRITAIN It a legal precedent that politic Speeches; by both Castro nun- County tall \Immunization ol Type I
PLEDGES INDEPENDENCE The chief opposition leader Is .
self sad his hand I
Malta Labor party with 16 cal figures\ can demand their right aide Joseph F, Santolana, special' vaccine," said ,Dr. Herbert A.
seats parliamentary name be removed from a bal. Ernesto (Cht) Guevara 'he scent In charge of the, Tampa : King, president.elect of the VOolulla
lot. established that Marxist philosophy FBI office, said Wilson was County Medical Societyand
Mlntoff also f
wants
If Malta Citizens Seen now but no decision Independence about The attorney general aald a revolution was behind the Cuban i charged' with threatening to "dophysical i general chairman of the
states even at Its outlet. I
Malta remaining in the rights croup tried In 1900! harm" to governmentofficials project. 1
monwealth until after com to put the name of Arkansas In July I960! Inauguratingthe In connection with a ." tILt \OLtSUThe
independence ,
has been Coy, Orval Faubu vn a Florl-i Communist sponsored Latin suit 1111 had l'ndln.11Kentucle) West Volusla makeup site .
granted. He
'Fearf iiP Of Freedom wants a general election also da ballot, and Faubus asked American Youth Congress In on a land matter ait PeLeon Spring" School|
before
Independence because that his name be removedKynes !Havana Guevara'said, In 'pert: Santnlann Slid Wilson was PRETTY R" I lItJt-Iu4Y; Dempsie Brewster School In De- I
lieves he and his he be said former Atty. env "Our revolution discovered] by charged' specifically with sendingthe Clarke, frehm" at najrtmwtVwch Land and Descry Community: .
win. party would Richard ErvIn ruled at that Ita own methods the road which letter from Orlando Feb Junior College and M>rv. Center.v
VALLETTA Malta (UPI)- 160 years, the Maltese have Mintoff preaches time an Individual hat a right Mane points nut This revolutionary 21, to US. Attorney George L Jag a*. "MUa: SIM! ," IMIHW. this There win be a physician. ;,
Britain has Malta nonalignment to privacy and that hit thought did not ttrai live reminder ever. Sabln J!
promised In. been able to enjoy the luxuryof for Malta in the name surge Clint of 1.l'11ll1ltlllKy.. registered nurse and pharmacist .
dependence by May 31 but moet political argument knowing between cold war "should not be submitted to' from the night to the morning Oral famine makeup day. at each station from noon ta ,
Maltese don't seem to want It that the final decisions for their East and West. public consideration without hit It Is ft dynamic Idea becausethe Coolly CleanupNtW Ttm*. *he Jut lund.y failed 3 p.m. In addition ta>> many other
partly through fear their island welfare would be taken by the OPPOSE INDEPENDENCE!: consent." molution of today is not le receive the Type III varrin, volunteer workers.
country may become a colonial office in London. The three minor splinter parties This decision later was confirmed -"I the revolution of eaterday and TOfU (UTt Litter mar ge ie emi *f three makeup The vaccine cap be (aits by
Cuba In the Mediterranean Pursuing Its policy of de are strongly opposed to Independence by the Florida Supreme much less the Insurrection before bags, those handy catch.alls for elation in Wentoliwl. front dropper, !ia a cup, or M a lump
The Maltese were alarmed colonization the British government now and In this are Court, K\nr ald.. the victory. ." the family auto, ell help reduce SMMHI to I fm. today, The of sugar the most popular way.
by the revolution In Zanzibar during the past two supported by the bulk of public 'It It therefore the conclusion Castro himself repeated In the ( mount\ of litter makeup tUUoni are al flele The Sahla vaccine las been
In J.nu.that brought a Communist year. has called the political opinion in Malta today They that I draw that In the event severs! speeches In December strewn over the nation's "highways *) Hprlnt. S-hen!. IMmpakaRrewater given to millions of persona
trained revolutionary leaders of Malta to repeated claim Malta is not economical former Vice president Nixon !!!tit, following the disastrousBav and roads, according, to ",h..o| In Demand and throughout the World without
government to power. Nearer to conferences In London to discuss ly able to exist independently were to make a proper request of Pigs invasion attempt1' the Glass: Container Manufac -IM DelUry-. Cemmunlty 'enter.Keep side effects
home they have been watching constitutional steps leadIng In but chiefly they lear Mlntoff! to the secretary. of state hit I "I un a Marxist' Leninist I tutee Institute, Annualy highway a workable "lire ,I Couturiers feel gloves, especially
the struggle on the eastern to Independence. There have Malta power In an Independent name would he deleted from always have been and I shall cleanup can cost as muchas I gulsher la a fixed .xtlft'l white ones, add Uourtth I to
Mediterranean isle of Cyprus been two such meetings already Into the would take the island the delegate tlate" be to the end of my daya I $.10 per mile. GCMI says. place. a costume
Communist ---- -
with its East,West overtone this year, and almost continu camp In an
"We don't want it to happen ous talks can be anticipatedwith attempt to play the role of a
here" appears to be the prevailing the May 31 target date Mediterranean Castro.At .
r opinion on Malta, wherea approaching. the beginning of Decem '64
population of 330,000 lives on ARGUMENTS INCREASE her after a fruitless conference CHEVROLET-THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMER
the twin Islands of Malta and in London, British Colonial Secretary
The
nearer independence has .. ,, .
a Gem some 60 miles south of come the louder has grown the Duncan Sandys told the I' d Je T. V
Sicily. five leaden to go home and a ,i
political bickering between per.ty
Under the umbrella cf Brit. hold a referendum on independence
leaden on the form of constitution
ish colonial! rule for' the past Malta should .have and so that the people of Malta a
could
decide for themselves
who should rule the Island. '
i i But Prime Minister Olivier ., Nt
The main division in Maltesepolitics
refused to hold a referendum .
WE MAKEALUMINUM
is between left and
It
was generally believed that
i SCREENS right wings. the result would show a large
Dr. Borg Olivier the prime
majority opposed to Independence I
To Fit All Sizes of minister, leads the right: wing a result that presumably
Nationalist with 23 of the
Doors and Windows party would force Olivier to resign.l
SO
seats in parliament He
Although the majority of the
.... Alse' Install NWire .. wants early Independence and people support Ollvier's dome }, I
hat produced a draft of a constitution ;
la Old frame tic policies they do not supnrt
he wants accepted.On his demands for
Independence.When .
(Conrad Lumber Co Malta's future he has said,
"We envisage Malta at a monarchy hubby goes hunting be
Hlchlcaa At N. Delaware within the family of .a. sure his clothing It safety
Phase ....454 tone which la the Commonwealth bright. Blaze-orange heads the
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North Carolina accent! Ins laf
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could be considered a sequel toMe
and till Liberal Arti" hi* : JAr
first novel in this vein The I
name are dUferent the sltua
tlon Is new, but the feeling 1*
very much the tame The story
IB- concerns the circumstance in 1t
which Oti. Frank and Betty sWARMING
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LPKG.ONE Mae Tubb husband and wife
: deadlocked" In an election by an
j (LIMITt WITH TOn as. OR M01E,'FOOD 0 Dm hEAlEI"NORTHERN" ) unbreakable tie. become Joint
I : mayors of the unincorporatedNorth
Carolina village of Sum.
mil Valley (voting population
36)) The electoral campaignwas
a battle between the sexes
i which carries over into the
TOILET Tubb administration, with the
men trying to outdo the women''
!
In voting Improvement for the UP FOR THE SHOW Three endmen and the music director for
village The femme fatal who the annual DeLand Lions Club minstrel how are shown during a recent rehearsal I
Is an Important element In the The event will be staged Thursday and Friday in the DeLand High School auditorium. -
Morrah formula 1 In this
'IS5UE REG. Veronica Alnsllp *an art dealer case Curtain time will be 8 p.m. Grouped around director Ned Grimes are, left to
i from the gift city (Greensboro right Lou SkiUman, Vincent Gould and Bill Humston Other endmen will be Cy
ROILLLK1Tt with a predatory eye and i considerable Rmtz, Darwin Bennett and Tom Harland. The show will feature a 30-member Lions
arsenal of charm. Club chorus several specialty acts Including the Grady Williamson dancers of Daytona
I WTTH TOCB, OB KOBE, FOOD OBDKE FtEASEPERSONAL
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"Our Honor the Mayor" I II an Beach, the Troubadors of DeLand High School and soloists Joy DeBartolo and
-: entertaining and occasionally John CornwelL Clyde Lankford will serve as interlocutor and Walter Glatzau Is
: SIZE"IV.ORY very funny bit of fluff with\ a minstrel director. The public Is invited and tickets will be available at the door.
considerable flavor of liar Old (Sun News Staff Photo)
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One Fat EnjluAnun, by King- (CJLDIIDAJ ,

ahoy Ami (Harcourt, Brae A \
World 1393)): Ten years after
I __ his comic novel of English uni- Pop Tune ReleasesNEW
versity life, "Lucky Jim" Antis
return to comedy and the cam
YORK (UH) B* U. frank Froba'i honky tonk keyboarding -
pus with an account of an English -
SOAPBAR type music comet and foe but 1* sliced In between
publisher' adventure in
is and around an American college. Jan It never a something thin,. Jazz band performance of "Dill
It would be Dice ,11 one So Dixie fans of *11 tget Pickles" "St. Lout Blues"
(UMITl 4 WITH Tbim $S.0* MORE FOOD OBOE PLEASE:) could say the new book 1 II as ihould be particularly elated 'Kansa City Stomp" and other
funny s* the old, but It Isn't.The with "Jazx Odyssey, Vol. 1- *.
reason seems to be that .rt. The Sound of New Orletnt"Columbia Retorted Rlngb -"Chicago"by \
w" "MR. G" FROZEN "Lucky' Jim" was shove an ( C3L30)). Sergio Franchi (RCA Victor
strikingly original. "One Fat This three.LP wt cover th., 474315)the) lyric are la Italian -
i Englishman"! covers ground I', period from 1917 to 1947 begin- 'Crooked Little Man", by
FRENCHIFKIE9I that baa been covered before nine with the Original\ Dixieland The Serendipity Singer (Philips
I many times: the analysis of the Jazz band playing "At the 40173), "I Won't Cry" by
I follies of American society, I I Darktown Strutters' Ball" and the Raindrop (Jubilee 45.54(19)( ),
I seen through the eyes of a visiting ending with 'Over In the Gloryland" 'There She Is" by Ron Hamilton -
: Englishman. In the pro. + by Sam Morgan' Jazz (MGM K13217). "Juit to
cess. Antis pokes more, fun at I Band. Ease the Pain" by Hank Thomp
9-Oz. the British, by rolling Into one In "between are some gems son (Capitol 5123)). "
', : person, his protagonist, Roger recorded by Bunk Johnson Pi- Ira ol the Week Mono:
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Mlcheldene, all the had characteristics ron's New Orleani Orchestra, "Coltrane Live at Blrdland"
"' PKG.I of the residents of Satchmo, King Oliver JellyRoll (Impulse A.SO), John' Coltrane
thou bland. Micbeldene! 1* a Morton and other with I* equally adept on both tenor .
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l r man ,of large ,ppeti for PlAT L D. BMTIMNI..hiHrertlnc Sidney Bechet Wlngy Manone, imagination I* shown on the"AtroBlue"
J "I/A #O.l'YILLOW- "r food, drink and set and a cadger the DeUod PIa, Irving Fazola, number which 'Of'Ion
!I ; of all three without performuM aI "A alia Calledelr. Ii .
regard One of the highlight an ensemble for ten minute and 40 seconds
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to manner or morals. But recording of "The En. Stereo: "Joan Bare In
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and other, and the native the ftlioeiirlitjTlM. la tile cut made In 1947 after h. wa VSJ.2U3). MIa Ban' vole la
In the book do not come Larry airport Sand, Chawia .'\11. plucked from oblivion. so pure and clear that It does
oft any easierNefertlli. are This let ihould not need stereophonic sound yet
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\\r Ruth Blatt. Gloria FumUa. other companies to go into their the two.chann..1 reproduction
1 A Biography at theWorld's Pamela Ptto, Marguerite musty vault Perhaps they give an electric effect to this
Mod Myateriou* Queen, akl lntaa. Ruth Glenn BIll Ot- will. Dacca, for Instance ha* issued eloquent performance.
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Veteran Actor stereo by electronic: maneuverIng Moo Brazil, movie star, ha*
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the world' most beautiful archeological HOLLYWOOD UPI) Stuart Some fin. vocal by Helen
to narrate the Rom
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I \ henaton hailed a* history' tint ney's The Misadventures of gave an added touch of class to Olympic Games television aptflal
monotlwlit, a* her theme Fifty Merlin Jones" marks bis 129tb the number that made the 'O\ymplad.l9M'\ which Sel-
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JOY Nil gave them up, and SJUO, years. Topflight sidemen, amoig peat and Asian countries will
yean alter they were inscribed them Pet Wee ErwIn and Max be represented by their leadingOlympic
BIEFI Mia* Wen make .her own dls- Boxer In FilmHOLLYWOOD KaminskT, may be heard on contender In the program
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three televtalon networks will the New Hampshire primaries\ Bernstein will present "Jra In Singer Diahann Carroll mikes Man'a Favorite Sport" with ON HER UV1NO: MA3WT'.RC5.T
have special programa next Preempting "You Don't Say!" the Concert HaB. a study of her second guest appearance of Rock Hudson and Paula Prentin. SIRVICB Un Jlimlilmorrfjcs
Tuesday night to report resultsof CBS preempts the Jack Benny tile combination of )aza and the season on Danny Ka>.'. Feature at 1:34: <<, Cc:08, I:42,
the New Hampfhlre primarIfi half hour to telecast resultsof symphonic composition with CBS hourTHUWDAY ',04. Also Unton-Clay fight O""ICTION
I which have a tearing: on the New Hampshire primary composer Aaron Copland as films at 1. 1:14.: ',08. 1:4.1.: F, Knn: lrUAXDVM. r couiuo Joke
tha Republican preildential featured pianist, The varied life and career' of + fait CKJLNQBDwItMf .
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Adam JblMnhnwtf;
Rep. Powell
nomination NBC has additional coverage NBC's The Virginian" hal Clayton "Gunflght at Oomancha Creek" JFK THM MAx AND TMMYTH
NBC hal a special documentary of the New Hampshire primary Sheree North and John Agar as legislator politlcan minister with Audi Murphy and Colleen AVAL-:.Victor LMk tforttiol
about ITS Rpp. Adam WEDNESDAY i guest stars In 'Walk in Anotb.er' will be examined In an. 'NBC I MUler. Feature at I'M: J.30: ,H rataAw.rtoan Surtlnt HrtUS
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Dayton Powell, D-N.V. Thursday The final .. White Paper" special. "Temple ."e
New York Philharmonic 1 Footsteps. Th.'irlini. Houston" II BOULEVARD THRILLER Joan Crawford btars S:30, 7:30,1:30.ROVLE: : TIIIIJ AMC'&AN: 1U1: or DR.TI
night Next Saturday this young people's con b led into a klUer'a trap be- preempted. In "Straight-Jacket new Columbia Pictures thriller -J.nr.. Mttrord ,
network telecasts basketball "The Case of the Garrulous \UP CONFCnnrnN Or A1'I' DVZRTra
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depicts ax Two MAN '
Go-Between" 0511.y
In the occupies Perry DRIVEN THEATER
game National ..f tiARa VII. urRRtt.MOTon1 .
Invitlattonal Tournament In Mason on CM. A young woman production "Straight-Jacket" was written by Robert AlfnoIP, *ln.. tr
New York City who Is trying to expose a Bloch author of "Psycho." The film plays to d a r Today thrwifh" Tuesday At Mr ORIKX rrt.t jrvoLB cflvlil <
fortune teller through Tuesday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theatre. 7 and 10:i}, "Strait-Jacket" with snil sad THtnnftrlitWit
Highlight details March 814: she holds responsible 1 t*:: mUKKirKARK:! : A.
8UN'DAYt for the disastrous business Joan Crawford At 8:43: only, -inORAPTtT!. --.V_RI'...

The "Challenge Golf' repeaton I to deal suicide\ that Is accused drove her ot mur father 1I01 }'JJ'OOI PROFlLKt Gary Lochtood Hairli.The Haunting" with I Julie 11:41 Saturday, "Swlna1nlAlona"
ABC hal the Arnold Palm.
with Tommy Noonan. At
team rwe" der when a partner of the for- NSdnrsday and Thursday -
er-Gary Palyer opposing
Sam Snead and Ted Kroll on 3' tune teller is murdered.Sid At 7 and 11'2.1. 'All Hands on 113:<< only "Hootenenny Hoot1
I the Heiperla (Calif,) Country I tUti l Caesar's ABC show finds 'Romantic EIlI l1gIcJl1CnIS' Dark" with Pat Boon., At 1:53: with Peter Brick At 10.21.:
Club course; originally telecast l_ him Involved in the big sketch only, "Horn from the Mill" with follow the Boys'1 rills Connie
t with hiring a pretty' upstairs Robert Mite-hum. Francis. Midnight shawl: At 13
March 7. maid against his better I Del)', "Beauty! and the Beast"t
Judg-
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of ment. Seen Avoided By TV Star Friday sad Saturday At T I, at l.n: only "Cabinet of Call-
) New York II the guest on df.I i TODAY only, on Friday and at 1 and liLt!
"Face the Nation" for CBS

NBCa "Wonderful World ofCoir' The"The Great President Adventure"Vanishes"for on HOLLYWOOD (UPI Gary com a pianist. Gary provided uu'

has a match 'between. CBS deals with a few days In Lorkwood. the pugnacious marine both studio and piano for Dm DomInick It Back la Town
Switzer.land's
I Bobby Nichols and the summer of 189S when Pr,.. of The Lieutenant" series air iH And Now Barring
Jacky Bonvln played on 'ti /ident Grover Cleveland "dliap- Is a 27'year-old bachelorwho takes his work seriously,
.; a course In the Alps c peered." Barry Sullivan Lei saves his money and avoids and doesn't hid his contemptfor a
..MONDAY GREEK STYLE DISHES
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Erlckson and Skip Homeler serious romantic entanglement television. II* isn't particularly
"The 39 Steps" is screened. have leading roles. He's a ladles' man, a smooth fond of his rol In the AISo
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14 the Movies." Kenneth Moore F Kennedy will bit on Jack when the young ladles begin to fractions are opposite Roast Turkey. $1.10 Baked Ham. $1.20
and Tanla Elg are starred Paar'a show for NBC Comed tslk of rose-covered! cottages. that of a Marine lieutenant i
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( "Moonstone" U the fare on ATHENS COMEDY-The went la Wakapogee ian George Cobel and .singer Lockwood already has hit cot- But he show up on time ,
ABC' The Outer Limits The Lodge where Rock Hudson gets into more contretemps Helen O'Connel alw will be on tags high In tile Hollywood every morning at MGM when I Roast Leg Of Lamb. $1.15,
i first military scientific expedition with beautiful girls than anybody. Here brunette hand. Hills. It's a bachelor's pad and he works' as much aa 1} hours
to the moon finds an object campfire lady Paula Prentiss has an idea about howto "Fight of the Week" on ABC ha Intends to keep It this way a day In his role He reportsat Sensed with Salad, Vifitallai, Drink sad ......
,. full of Intelligent beings.CBS have fun with a toasted marshmallow but Rock is has a quick return match between Furthermore h. breaks with 7.15: .,m. and seldom leaves
n I baa another episode of light.heavywelghta John. tradition when It comes to being \before t at night On occasions
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film at
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New York' Madison No champagne on the Sunset Urn allows h* studies with a 202 Nrtk laaJtveN Nans H4-W*
the Athens Theatre,
I. further Immersed In politics. Square Garden Petrol won a Strip for Gary. II* Invitee his voice Instructor

\ .e.e..a ...e split decision on Feb. 21. dates to dinner and then rooks Uxkwoods aiming for leadIng 83rert.rrsrsrrasarlr,

' Ma s Welcome SATURDAY It himself."Gals man parts IB movies and
Lite Inn
; Star ABC's "Challenge a 01 I r' 'are surprised when I finds that sides Is the bent Make Plans
MANILA Philippines (LTD brings the Arnold Palmer.Gary coma up with complicated German pnsslbl springboard to the big- Your Now
Bar & Grill The people of the remote Player team sjslnit Sam local and Polish dishes," he time
IV .we. mission area of Davao turnedout and Ted Kroll on a course atBakeraneld rays. "I learned them from mymoth..r "Originally I wanted to grab>> To Attend The
Calif when I was a boy I "
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NBC love stuffed cabbage and other
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first parish priest In 112 >'ears. 30 mlnutea earlier than usual to Polish food"Ixxkwood ITCLA! for brawling. Hut It 16th Annual
, Every Friday .1 In that sea bound Isolated I I cover one of the first.round 's teal name Is Yur, doesn't work that way because
parish Father Michael P. Hie- I basketball games In the Nation. OM-k, you cat turn around and lot
Mlssioner of I I al Invitation Tournament in pie'. a tough guy who never a good part to a rock.and-roll
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from the campus of Salem (W.Vs. The problem la that Lorkwood'a fiends .
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agents pipe dream, but .H happens Lockwood's eo* luxury la a Align CWIMIMMtf
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VIEWS Pigs M DttAND (OMI*) SUN NEWS SUNDAY' MARai 1,164 Tha vaccine dM real weD

46edr s M laid. These who took Pi

It had SO per cent fewer colds


i Emotion-Caused Ailments
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CWdstone said when emotionIs

HOUWON UPD-raith) heal'cn are not based on organic disorders. wan i 'al*! he sa& The Placebo are an Important factor, the faith
have their place In our so- These may be signs of s &f .** have faltH In testing where tt Is iu to healer may be able to supply i
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clety, a Houston psychologist emotional disturbance, and H. penen to whom give one group MM drtf and some of the same emotional
Relieves.. emotionally-caused pain hurts he goes tor healing and the another the placebo. needs as the physician.
And that place la In a hazy as much as the organic kind, body of thought or belief the "We find more often than Goldstone said he did rethink
tin mane' land where the physical Golditone said.Persons healer represent not," Goldstone said, "that the many physicians or r
and emotional meet or suffer paralysis, A religious person who goes placebo groups are more Influenced cholojIMs object to faith bo!
.-.chap, gays Dr. Sanford Goldftnnp. blindness and other severe to a tent meeting has a faith than the drug group ers since there are not rncui,!
a psychologist at the problems from emotional disor somewhat similar to a patient Is." physician and psychologists to
Houston State Psychiatric InsUtutp dora, he said.It who walks Into a doctor's EXAMPLE OF PLACEBO help all the people with
Is here Goldstone said, office, GoldstoiM said A good example of the placebo emotional disorders.
Most medical men believe that the faith healer finds his Tha place of faith In effect was shown recently But he laid a faith hciirr
that at least one-third of all place. medicine has been shown In England where a cold vaccine should know something about
Symptom teen by physicians MUST lIME FAITH through placebos form of wan being tested. Some organic matters as well, so a
,are figments of the patient's For a faith healer to be successful treatment that has no direct biochemical people were given, the vaccine person with a serious Illness
Imagination, Goldstone laid. however, the sufferer effect on the body.A and others a salt solution or may still seek a physician's
That li to lay, the symptoms must have a great need and sugar pill la an example. placebo /. help -when necessary
ASSISTING DELAND MUSEUM CAMPAIGN Local residents who are serving
as advance gift workers for the DeLand Museum's campaign to raise $3,000 to renovate
and refurnish the old Library, are shown at a recent meeting Seated, left to
DELANDCUANTrrV right are Albert Mole, Richard Miller, Harry Dudley, John D. Olofson and standing,
4 r same order, Deane Smith, L. J. Neeland, Charles S. Peck, Everette Johnson, Frank:
Ford and Carl Steely Not present when the photograph was taken are M. R. Mathews -

Anthony Bosco, Walter Knapp, Robert Heebner, Arthur Thoman, Donald
Page and Vincent Gould. Campaign chairman is Dudley, administrator of the West
CU1\I \ le X Volusia Memorial Hospital. Dudley is asking the volunteer workers to solicit donations
/ for the Museum for the special fund raising campaign before letters are sent
1 r y M to local citizens. The DeLand Museum, formerly known as the Children's Museum,
i rP will be expanded to Include classes for teenagers and adults. It is hoped by Museum

officials that work can begin on the renovation of the old library as soon as books are
c removed to the new Library on W. Rich A ve. sometime next month The E. New York

Ave, structure will be ideally suited for Museum activities, Dudley said, and noted
that members of the board of directors have been at work for months making plans
\ for the renovation and furnishing of the new headquarters. The DeLand Children's'
ZUL
Museum was founded here in 1952 and has given free instruction in arts and crafts

O STOat "' to thousands of youngsters. All contributors to the special campaign will be included
Mst on a scroll of honor and will be listed as m embers of the Museum


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f PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 1 I 1TH t r releaeels yI Sentencing
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100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH HORMEL CANNED RKOXOVTAXoCAMPUS.
I I
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Mara 3 thZ59 .. (UPD)-Teamsters' Union President

James R. Hoffa flew horn

I RES. 5Pj SWIFT PREMIUM ,, to Detroit yesterday but will return

REGULAR 59 EITHER HALF next week for sentencing oa
Franks federal
11''ef a Jury tampering con
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viction that carries a maximum
23 EXTRA STAMPS WITH BREADED CUBE VEAL Chattanooga Firms Unite 10-year prison term

Fresh Pork Hoffa, 51, and three others
Steaks : 69/ were convicted In U. S. District
: Court Wednesday of it-
LB. To Aid Higher Education tempting to corrupt Jurors during
50 EXTRA STAMPS WITH ANY SIZE the labor leader's 1962 conspiracy -

trial at Nashville
Tarnow Pizza It May be many months before

By HLNFKU L. GODWIN make Its contribution by matchIng Moffa learns his fate, hour-
A score of Chattanooga, Tenn. any contribution aa employ ever A lengthy appeals fight la
makes-to his alma 'mater. But expected Defense attorneys
business executives making
are the trend is toward Uie un planned to launch the battl
an adventurous investment restricted gift, which colleges with new trial motions early
MORTON FROZEN ? ALL FLAVORS ticipating blue chip returns. and universities find to b* the next 'week.
4
Their Investment, the first of most useful kind. If the motions are rejected,
TOWN HOUSE FRESH Fomil
r Cream Pies 39 Its scope in the South, is In In their pledge to Increase Hoffa attorneys are.expected to
wtTH TMrs AND r a higher education They art pledging giving, leaders of the Chattanooga take the case to the Sixth Circuit
Pecan Pie
ASTOR Hint CONCORD FRtSKER Plan frankly .acknowl Court of Appeals at Cincinnati.
trace t FROZEN S one per cent.of their firm'staxable their
edged
dependence .
on higher
It could
to the US..
F lass v J Incomes, er more, to' the education: Supreme Court ,go
-. V,' GrapeJwce'FROZEN fee college or university of their BENEFIT NOTE
choice, on a continuing, annual "Business and Federal Judge Frank Wilson
11'y" T ANY WINt HAWAIIAN 1- I II basis. .. major beneficiaries Industry of American as Friday overruled last minute
Some 21 firms now compose defense efforts to have the ver
the Chattanooga Plan; as it Is higher education, should,.In diet thrown out, formally endIng -
their self-Interest
Punch 4 89 own assume a
I Hi WHIIE THEY LAST Con; called, and other their we silent responsibility to contribute their ter seven courtroom weeks proceedings cf trial af
partners, pledging one per fair share of the cost cf higher
cent but not wishing their company's education. The overwhelming The detent sought the mis
WITB YANG PtS ihA$ OFWh.l names publicized percentage of sealer i management trial on grounds of Illegal government
"We could easily total $100,000In of major.companies Is surveillance. Wilson
contributions this first year," college-educated. ruled the arguments "wholly
Smoked Cklokee estimated William S. Reese, Business concerns benefit without merit" He set sentenc
.on.T.Iw sham/ the FRESH president of a Chattanooga tnsur* from research carried on in lug for March 13, then ad
and leader of the journed the trial.
sore firm a laboratories
AT ANY WINK-OIXIF ; t ;i university They
I a project which has been brewing advance through new knowledge
I for some IS months Single nurtured by our college and
contributions may total as much universities. Higher education
FENCiSM
Tender, Young Florida 'Grown as 170,000, he believes, though has helped Importantly to raise
four figure donations from small th'standard of living In America
I It li IN companies are equally welcome. and to increase the demand
wang Tats Ala NOT NEW for Industry's products.
Pole Beans Industry's support of higher "fit believe that busintoa cor.porationa .
TM M.a eswa RICM'a
education Is not new Corporations should
o lelA lli'' E101 riea. and businesses gave J24 greater share of the cent-to'pay, Over a

..Ta / s.aw hiAT -". million to Southern universities the years, American 'business flu ESTIMATISI
NYeS WINN IH and colleges In ISO. But the dif and Industry have received far
ference In the Tennessee plan Is more from higher education than
that business firms are agreeing they have given, la return.
229 i to give annually at least one per "His time now to balance the
cent of their taxable Income' to account, and to Increase our 44500
higher education.' Investment In the future." ,
FU A1963 national survey of some
want nos a 701 companies by the Council for
Financial Aid 1 In Education TO AH. .
true Prewar sat.+KRS.eL.aIJ
revealed that only U gave higher
tiled Crabs
education as much as one per
cent of their net Income before CHEVROLETOWNERS

W AT ANY WINN DIXig Red Ripe Tomatoes 2 CARTONS 39 federal The Chattanooga taxes. executives

are quick to admit their plan b
not original They copied It from
the Cleveland Compact, a
successful program originated :
three years ago by Industrial y
leaders of the Ohio city That _
program now claims 32 large '
r 'dal
corporations Including such Dig
names as Republic Steel and
Standard Oil of Otikv
GOAL RET 14t.
The Chattanooga business .
leaders have their tights on 60-70 /
companies, Including some In .Ary
neighboring Tennessee towns. ,. r
They hop to inspire other
Southern cities to likewise. \
w They like the Ovelaaden.
DialsERi : Qukk or Regular a UM ley Fink s Thrifty MU PwOred I may make their allotments In

Rahi :i I D Quaker OATS SALMON j: INST. MILK I JUKE choose several, M forms UM locality to any,school tb e rpginaor they YOU START WITH QUALITY! STAY

Sove 6t Ilpf' a 'Sovr 64 4 Small Pkg. Sow 26< k.Toll,Con {I Sow 20<.. mokt; l2 qtr. j Sow |14< j ?,' 4A os, Con They In another may earmark part of we their country.gifts WITH IT AT BILL

n I I Il for special purpose like scholar- HOLLER'S!

s i ships, faculty salaries, support w. enrroanr toy. as hwrot.t wens. t5 rmaln H.e ma w
J s .
l e 19 39 159 ? 19 of professorships or basic ea'ye....alts.w ..iM 1aa, rot k..e,M.1 pow te.la f.e.n.m aeean.., ha not b..1,pub k.. !
e i i teeearch. w.ulwe.kb sun, ..r.e ela...f\1.b.a,.C'arrar le5 t'\a r.,rwa.rtla.5 ears M a si .a.lnpl.. 5.4
firm
For example a may
.dole Isla..tbo hei 1 F.e.1y Faces. .Ho Cenel { Llmitl..r,42 3o aria a icon. { Iratgnl Pica-FN Pry M.lkJm I fit SO nlw*r my* se.keg.ae..t'Inwm*N e.e. N w:t W a..+saR, feeNew.'5 ,t.W I,
nw. Ilut .Ice MN a r RNa1e is the La oat
I John on Medal Ready
aras0s1 5115. slay
WASHINGTON UPI> The ti aMlata
.r F.etueed Iprle lsvl.seMN
Lyndon B. Jotwsoa presidential ( ..tel.ause.Oe.4tq ,

smite medal now may be' purcbasH a.e.'e teaale.sYr.I.eaewe
from the anperiatendeat. U.S. rea01 salver aura YraW w eeaaelsr.aeuc
Mint FMadelpMa. at a cat ofJ3.
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Dtf Mint Director Eva Adams
said Friday that the froat of
UM br*a se medal which. It Bill Hdler- Motor Soles
three lathes la dtomrtw, i' alain


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News OfDeItQna HI42 Club '" ; Answer h Previous 'usil* Honored

By I Animal XolkA : A Lack Of Standards Cited 1

njfJNGJTON AFB, Texas -
DGLTONA: Tnr Dettont ROS3 t SaiidlCIJ'II The tfaitenal Headquarters of
Hill Luncheon Cub will IwatAUtcaaIMAkpvtea
meet
s the dvfl! Air Patrol announcedthat
Tuesday; at Noon In the Com : .Re:d.bl. r Over Automobiles9 TiresWASHINGTON the Florida Wing nt
MRS. NORMAN OTAGVE1 ". munity' Center. .' 11=gs ill the with Its headquarters in Orlando:
firing; out4andHig : rogKn. is liOOwWesale itlemtga4 placed second! doting 1 the 1 l'h.! .
TELEPHONE Ms-Mil provwed wttn Wnnsm" F. evaluation of >Ih'" 32! wings of the
Tearman, International president G1l1eWIr 1anwtrlmtA'
of the HI.12 Clubs, as speaker. ::: ::;' :=.toke MA k ITU U< should consider beside high National Col. S.CAP HaUn;rogram<'k du pnnt, ;3r.

His topic will be tli* history and "s ,a :alradror M n..bandecl \ou want to tie a bologna speed driving, Florida Wing commander.
Deltona ;, advantages of HI-U Ottbs whichare 18 CItI"-rf rim and sell It "No In the business will '
1.Hand ate.Snit mists 13 lextr"al 45( ntaZIIiWylo.ot0. u around a as an one stated that he wa extiemeljr
EJ'ENTSSETAT now in 29 states and five := > P 'i l P u automobile tire, no one ran dispute the fact that a $11 tire pleased with the Ugh standingof

Personals oountrlc including tile United : 8*Judge.a.ti aialle ll .40, Nonfede Romtn dil, 50'.poruttrtS II i inhe stop >ou will last longer than a $10 tire. the wine during the year 1963
CENTER State<>, England, France Guam AlIll'tllltM\\1"1111" part JIG z.a.t MANMri4 i U you want to sell a tire But you should also consider the particularly since the evaluation
and Mexico 17 Sh..., Caner '1 Royal. Oaths I7Nouoa MMwmers made from the wont rubber blowout protection a tire affords, system was changed from the
DELTONA-Cuests for several Sprcila guests at this meetingwill :It Pack, o
days last week of Mr. and IN DELTONA be the Florida State HI.12 M euadrtst kxbss It' I' 'p I II earth, this probably would make handling and cornering ability, placed second In the country
Mrs Lemuel Charles;' of S. Floyd officers. ((1a III rl-- the potential buyer fearful tnr and whether it's built to be re- The Oil Air Patrol Is the official .
Circle were Mrs Charles' broth. l; DELTONA:rEvents( to All Blue Lodge Masons are :.==.. 1--1--- the safety of his wife and chil treaded" Auxiliary of the US Air

ers and their wives Mrs and be held In ihe.:Community Invited to attend. Tickets for the JSUlMsac.11 III I dren. Marsh said an expensive tire Fore, and hal two major pro.

Mrs. Lewis Ott anod Mr, and Center thin, week Include: luncheon are tt.M and are to be l' I\) But again no one could stop Is superior In each of these grams. The cadet program which
Mrs. Earl Ott of Akron Ohio, ra.m. obtained In advance from Dean 41Fo. o respects has as Its goal the motivation! of
Sunday in Delto
Visiting with Mr. and : Mrs. na'Christian Church Sere Howland .1388! Normandy Blvd 44 seearodiee Trot*.l pastb 21 .21 you.That. In a nutshell, Is the picture << "The 'cheapie' may be all the, air and.minded the senior youth of program Amer'Ica
668 5653: Harold Ware
Richard Varrdell of Normandy ices. phone or Hunun M41atMotrjrt Il4 :Ii lJ IJU 1 today In some segmentsof right for jour wife's car U she which hn the pontbllity for
1423 W Dr. W ranf
Wellington
Blvd last week were, Mr. and Monday, 7:30 p.m., Pioneer phone u 14.. the tire Industry accordingto uses It only for things like the Emergency Services Disaster
6685662. IJOt
bin Ira S, Vtrndrll and Mr. Club Meeting M fruit drinkMJaroMts \\ W. Marsh, executive shopping and drives slowly" work as. well as Search and

Mr, Rolla M. Varndell of Union- Tuesday, Noon, HI,12 rr.rsar.a.rsy MMllM 131 iU secretary of the National TinDealers he said. Rescue details lot mining aircraft
town Pa. where the latter Is Luncheon Club (7 ParaillM 131 .ir and Retreadcrs Association. He iftlrl! that In some cases i and persons.
president trust officer and secretary Tuesday, 4 p.m., Horti WelcomeTo : M Hindu rake .141 the consumer U being deceived The local unit of CM1 Air Patrol

of the Fayette Bank and culture Class MCOOMIMMWlthwwf .144 I'i lIe said that there an. no by the "cheapie" tin in DeLand meets each Wed
Trust Co. Both are brothers of Tuesday 1 730: p.m., U InUtulaiUe: 14t" .. 1&1 laws establishing minimum Marsh wants the tire Industry netday at 7 p.m. at the DeLand
their host. Also visiting In the Card Party ardor S .. 1'1. standards for tires and no one to curb deceptive practices Municipal Airport. Persons de-

Varndcll home was a niece, I Wednesday 1-30: p.m., I DOWNIStripUan '" I II can tell you what your tire must Itself but said that the government string more Information should

Mrs. John Trotter of Philadelphia Liquid Embroidery Class. Arrow ...... f- 11 '" be made of. should 1 step In it !It tall 1M.sm.Unique .
Pa. and Miss Carolina Me- Thursday 1:00: p,m., Art ( Sakes doesn't.
Call of Pittsburgh. Pa. Dana Deltona "'" tiQI iii. "Without exception anyone He also wants the Industry toarel'pt Eatery

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wrightof Thursday 3:45 p.m., Del I weltrasnes ..... .... who doesn't know a tire dealerpersonally some standards which
waiters mutelllany Is at his merry. SEATTLE -Th. revolving
Whitewood Dr. have returned tona Choral Group. I will permit the layman to tell
home after spending a few days Thursday, 7:30: p.n-. Del DELTONA New residents to said. U one tire is better than .an restaurant atop the Space
with Mrs. tona Night. move to Deltona this week FtC) ISStM" : fiUDM Needle built for the 1963 Saab
Charles Shellhorn at other The American Automobile
Ft. Pierce. Friday, 7.30: pm., Delta include: Talks On Sex In 1958 the Federal Trails Association adopted a similar tie Worlds Fair Is unique la
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy Request business than one
na Teen.Club.Coflce \! Commission welch policies last fall.Ey..s more ways
Mrs. resolution
Sally Manico of Conway, tea
(Chuck and Jane) and practices, Issued 12 guides Besides its dine la the sky
Pa. Is here for an extended visit daughter/ Mary Lou and Jane's ,"'- aimed at ending publla contusion "lTL'ATIOThe ture, the restaurant has braille
with her aunt, Mrs. Bessie Rosa- mother, Mrs. Katie Timberlakewho CHICAGO (LTIV-In the pmt formation the priest aisles of the meaning of high government also Is keeping menus for blind customers.And .
to and daughter, Mrs. Alice Carver Welcomes have moved to 1332 HartleyAve. 12 years, more than 150,000 parents "Sex education basically is sounding tire advertising terms. tabs on the situation Rep, two assistant managershave
of Whltewood Dr. Mr. McCarthy is with the and engaged couplet have understanding all that 1 II meant But the guides do not set Kenneth A. Roberts, D-Ala., mastered sign language to
Stopping by this last weekto New ResidentsDELTONA Mackle Co. as recreation directorin heard a Jesuit priest speak candidly by male and female in its standards! for tire construction. chairman of the subcommittee House public communicate with deaf person

see Mrs. Resale Rmato were Drltona and the residents of on sex education of the full sense sex education deals All they say. In effect Is that health and safety ,
believes don't take torlit ticket (or driving oa
the states
i old friends and neighbors, Miss !Mrs. Hor.ceTuckf'r Deltona welcome him and his young. with the total character personality a tire maker or dealer cant a otherwise unsafe
lead federal "bald"
Dorothy Suckling and Miss Mildred of 1301 Hartley ,tve. family The talk, "Sex Education of and spirit of a person, as lie about what a spcclfle: tint Is the should.Roberts the. govern'mesh ttres. Wisconsin or and New York
" Suckling of Pittsburgh Pa entertained Holiday with an Mr. and Mrs Milton Howry' Children for Parents," still is It Is affected by his or her sex" supposed to do.
which
out
states
and their brother Mr. Arthur afternoon coffee to Introduce 839 Rockhlll St. Coming from the most frequently requested he says.It and the tire industry are the only
Suckling of Daytona Beach. some of the newer residents of Detroit Mich, Mr. Howry was one of the speakers breau of takes more than medical Aa a result does Marsh not know said what the la watching an approaching law regrooved tires on. passeifger
consumer vehicles. Where .retreading
HOSPITAL PATIENTMrs. Deltona. a commercial printer before Loyola University, where Father knowledge or "practical experlone "cheapie" tire showdown In
to look for when buying a new old
rubber
Is more an
John Melton of Virginiawho Those enjoying Mrs. Tucker'shospitality retiring ,. Francis FUss heads the theolo *" for proper sex education New York state putting
*
tire. Thei* Is no way to tell! Is rutting new
Is a house guest of Mm! were: Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs Louis Westendorf gy department. Father FUas says Failure to State !Sen. Edward J. Rpeno tire, regroovtng
which of two similarly priced that Isleft.
tread Into the rubber
Irene Duke and Miss 591 N. Dr. Moving to Include a moral and a psychological has Introduced legislation which
Mrs. Wellington
Mary Ba- Dickson Howard Soar, The popularity of the talk h I tires I U better," he said.Some .
her of Hartley Circle is a patientin Mrs. Frank Muth, Mrs. AI Deltona from New Kensington bated on fiankness. It deals explanation results In only would establish minimum safety
Fish Memorial Hospital in De- Poirier and her house guest Pa, where Mr Westendmt was with physical difference, sex ex Information,. he said.UiulrrllieHriilgf. new tires can be bought standards for new automobile
land.Recent Mrs Sjl Polrler, of Wlnona a Diesel and Steam engineerwith language: to use to explain sex, --- for $695 The Industry calls' tires sold In New York.

guests nf Mr, and Mrs. Minn., Mrs Harry Powell the U.S. Steel Corporation. and what to explain at different ) these "cherple" tires. 1'h.Rubhl'r The measure would insure min rfi lMf T* Knew Us
Ernest: Beer of Normandy Blvd, Mrs Sam Ferraro Mrs. Mrs Byrd Kirk and bits age levels Manufacturers AllO'll'tlon imum blowout resistance and Ikea
Ned U.
were Mr and Mn. Ralph Tay Clarence Hell and her guest Marie J. Schuler 1240 W. Whitewood "Use the technical name forth SAN FRANCISCO UPI-An( ) says they're safe "In some prohibit 'loading" a tlie be- Ad Net ,
lor of Mrs. Marion Dr. both from Covtngton commercial cases," a spokesman .said "an yond capacity T. Ned UI Sad Net
Sycamore, Ill Smithson of Ontario parts of the body as soon average of one ship '
Mrs. Loren T. Robinson 0'| Canada Mrs. August Ky. and also both worked at St. as possible so as to Impress on every 53 minutes of every day : Inexpensive tire la safer at A companion bill would outlaw Knew Us.

Birmingham, Mich, who has Reindl Mrs. Rhode Saeld Elizabeth Hospital in Covlngton the children that there is'nothing moved under the famed Golden high speeds because It contains the retreading of any ,tire
been visiting lira. John HlUlster Mrs Norman Wagner, and Mrs. before retiring.Meeting vulgar or dirty about sex," Gate Bridge: In 1963, accotdingto less rubber and thus builds up which was not 'In the state approved LANKFORDOrange

of Merrlmac St has left to spend Robert Hsney Mrs Oscar Father FUll advisee. figures released by tile Martine less best"NNSIDER list when It was new,
some time visiting with friendsin Crelghton Mrs Marie Yln,. Slated Respect! and delicacy must Exchange. ( OTHER FACTORSTo TIlt bills would become taw In City ChapelIN

Dunedin, Daytona Beach ling Mrs. Thomas Scuderl be employed In any discussion, A total ol 21 foreign nations a point, Marsh agreed. MM It pasted
Winter Park and Ft Lauderdale and Mrs Joan Loutzenhlzer. N said "because sex Itself II was represented in the ship "Alt new tires are safe U used New York has been a leader With Hatty
Pioneer Club ........ 11MJW
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Mr. and Mn. Alex Bernie and By so personal" traffic figures which did not within the manufacturer' recommendation In this safety It's the only *
home after spending a few daysIn but there arc Mat which gives a police officer .
small daughter Alice nf Hazel! There aim Is a difference between include combat vessels, pleas- ,
Crest HI. are visiting Mrs. Bf'r.nle'l > Orlando visiting with Mr. and DELTONA The regular sex education and sex In. are boats or fishing\ craft, l other factors a tire buyer authority to, give a mo- ,
Mrs. Kenneth Parks, meeting of the Pioneer Cub of "" -
parents Mr. and Mrs.
Deltona will be held Monday at
Ralph Alger or Merrlmae St. The! beaver Is the largest ro
Mrs. Gaston Bridges! of Whfte-( dent In the world except for the 7.30: pm. in the Community r
Center. A special election will beheld
Wood Dr. has returned to her capybara of South America!
and all members are) urgedto


3Tttit4} fur: oour witur lurch mend .Service Set I rbr


DELTONA The Rev L W,
Dunton will preach on "Living
Out Of A Great Expectancy" at
'the 11 'm. service today la the
Deltona Community Center The
Junior choir of the First Christian

Church, DeLand, will singat
the service.

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35 Year Ago A .


Iran IM plane. .. fill tea
Delasd 0aIp Mews


ROW MANY w war
Internal Revenue Bureau
statistics show that 1M.H3.-
163,014 cigarettes were smoked
In 192$. Since 5.T9t persons of
the estimated 120.013.000 living
'
In the nation reside U [)e. '

Land. It can be assumed that H it MACKLBOin
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>EW ELECTION LAW
e"k Sectio I of DcLsad all

I Oty election clerk law Grant|r rather Ry says tricky.that @[ iimcy IDA\ino\ OO@ill@{

according to the reading of the
law, well know how every
mal and woman Is going to
vote. He said the law states AT OltTOMA-IWOWAY sMTW..M ORLANDO AND DAYTONA BIACH.seaVttenorf .

that registrant must gtv* the

full name and political affiliation M ..e f\nIli\ hs.r tM wit W In papkty II lie I IIIhM of III Non Yak WaNt Yshlppthatb

.la of th. candidate the tour TMCMSSM. ...,II _TOM....... .... ", ..... ,.Ir,n.. !of.Iabrlde' .... wm
supporting 5 roueusnpie
tun CAR MARKET III b sgkwtIsnl. M YeeseMde.so ii.Ne. '1" IMndTM

LocomoMle Jr. I sedan sew I Rd Iv hsnfehd and MwtNir. dastard weds, hoots... be epos tilt peer "ltepeetlos today fI'OIII' am d.ktII1.

paint bargain. t'I. .lt wise naskR wiry 7Ar' 1M'J1ild>>1uIIt 1555w. .. tatlectd ewer ell ethan b. Wcdefs hit lho iegfr
Ar5a'
Bee touring car: 7 passenger
cheap.1SZT atca11ri1
Eserx ..*** aedaat

Jesus sold unto her, I am the resurrec- sacrifice.nnmcmuL.

the life: he that believeth In me. : rue ,
and
tion, shallhelivearlctyvhosoeverlvethandbeiievethinmes Datellie Capitol Haas.Wasatagtosi. .
dead yet :: D.C. Herbert
; Hoover yesterday became th*
( XX* president .** sow Ualt4
h
die. States U hi.* inaugural a4
never I believe that thou tress, he mad a direct sad
Lord:
Yea
unto him, personal challenge to America
art the Christ the son of God, which citizen tit step buytsgfemtleg
into liquor and to observe:
should come the world.John 1123Vo a.111 a.
: COSGREM QtmDatettM

WMhtngmL J.C-) k? ki Mr's,
WM pt.r barn The whack e( gavel at IMStm. r.
.
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pblcoaN e
.tJ
1. ea ;".pmtss1lJ. yesterday ...... two n
bowi g .bdYt Clatiff, lot -- aI-j pttmisaiW. snort 4 bwy yean e( th*

belie7tuJ fcf. tt fb. Tina o.er-,
.xfryis to be > a-SortiI KaeregnordNow

Now You Know i

things i. fit world Jtslrre.4a k1r l 1Viii er u.wd prose -...-.....

wl kiv ,tttlHd ... obi must h trot to immor1o ifs The swat bright tatsuW.
ble te DM naked eye. mtaiai t.
-we 10 Qdst.. -kit 1.a&rnck appear ss tUOy Comet. which

Is World due Ataaaac in 13M. acconSag to tile I I



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Florida's Most Beautiful Homes On Lake Weir



r Homcsites! I /IDEALLY LOCATEDNext SATURDAY, MARCH 14, jt 1:30: p.m. IUtakeaali


( To Btoteon University) LOCATED ATi *



Rolling Acres Estates Beautiful One Story OKLAWAHA, FLORIDA II I


One and Two-Bedroom Apartment Homes
NORTH SPRING
GARDEN AVENUE Merit Ceanty en Centrtl A,.. )

You'11 enjoy the private Recreation Area and alf Alt. Kill. 441 & 27, akeut II milti i..tftieit tl Ocala. lI

I Phone 734-4307 all the other out t.ndtn. feature* of theae

; Apartment )*omea.


4 : I Priced From $12 500 To '15,950 4 Housekeeping Apartments

:! '.aturln, all the medtm ctnvtnlencti.Strttt : SELLING AT AUCTiON

1 .d Struts You'11 have the advantages of a condominium .
Lights
,, lorje Lett
I and Homestead Exemption. "Known At Biker'i Kiichenettei"Bella
(for your ruw and Modim. Hem i

Tomorrew. ... on. unit Madly '.rnlfth,. Three BafldinrsInrludcn _

I : See Sclfemore Today ownrr't collate About I yrirs vlit Short walk.

I Financing Available.I / : Inc distance to public landing ea this popular fishing lake.

135 West Minnesota Ave Dc Land, Fla.J TERUtl I


.. H. Gordon Jr. Offici on Property Phone RE 4-0620 Hell tubjrct... to 111.to*. merl,... at 8"., 30% day of aacUoa.Immedl. Y**, a stood real etfote Invest T pilot require* i iI.

poaeeaslea.CHAS.
n :: ;; L. -- ---- L J the specioliied lervicel of elt three '

_ ______ .
n lUU- --. the Realtor, tha lawyer, and the lander. a

. I Business Opportunity f DOZING' WELDING IS NB| W..t..-.,..... VOSBURGII OWNER I. '

t1 Prfitabl.Homeand DRAG MACMINt WOXKAteOATIO 4 Locating and negotiating for q real, ottate properooprsquir.a I'
I .
tTtlb LACY to rare for aMrrlr tadr the ond '
Auto .. LINt a... lv| 'In room. board and ReaItor's910tp.d.ncs judgment. ,
: Supply Franchise HARLAND GUENTHER'S01X11 ...1.l ". Vra. W (" Hiiff. 4.1 N. P S. We W...', Weite Ytw Tim The lender financial capability moLes. the Pros..
FOGLE
JR. l l.IIra. "hnll. :34.21.

Available 714.2S9IWhtrt 'IRON & WOOD WORK _R.N. -or_I:P,N_. full nr part lima P action poiiibl' Determining! the safety of the tit!*

Opportunfty to own your ## III W. Georgia rk all: w.,. II>r lor.I' nimli,f homa. V riternnn fequirei the lawyer's ipeclalized knowledge.
.hi.. I ...
own buninms anit he Inde. sin 74. . . . . . .
pendant In adriitinn to t. DI. eva 01"1. ,.l0.33. I. 1.ln tow : ELECTRIC WIRING 41 Ankles lac Sef Set a lawyer for legal advice and
.11.... .....llIftn.. IIn",. II .,"'. : :
famous Flmtone tine of I If Baby Sitten-aM CmlIRRy I" I 110m. r. d.\ wool. ,. Andy I. AND REPAIRS services 'in all Rtal Estate Transactions' .
tires, you can make. your THB' KOFFFB. Kl'P Colt HolIday Steak Ho.... 704 : : DININQ lAsh and I rhalra. 1I'D
)rah J In ."". and '''lIelo"I .Y.r own arlfctinn' from over -MNDU.. li'HBH, ( PAY Nura.rr Wool Pap :: H. M. LI G GET T : mll. Hffim inhlr. 14.47i17 7-r Lawyers' Title Guaranty FundCoS" .
7000 famous national -- Child Car 114 am !. I 04Cm COOK WANTIOi I .,"'. tlllpmWork .
HOILIO BUROCrtrh.i dra.w H7 B. ky 73447U1 or TJ4-MMClAVt HnmlaM. on. "...fkilnr .off ENAMEL TOP' Bllrnalnn. Tahk. ::*:::: y..pw.ooM 5.0.lm.i-
brand home and auto sup trIIl.I rho,... only II''<'. .....1.. MMlfriNurnnr ; Trio Onhlcl Hnuaa Apply In aft. : JU Her*. tMleeiri1' : 4 chaIn. wnral |IH. Tahla tonMlrvortnne ... Ploa&nw
plies.i Philco appliances 'I'hp JIlyF.31Cllll.lt your chiMraii at "nnnll, In .. hen. II 4-MJ1 TV $20. If' N. l-.avlit. "' -'-'- :
linrviSTs .., .... .. __
1.7 .. BKKINOBOHOtB ... ,,, bnnl (/flU 1 aKtr.r.no.i Avf. call 771.tmt aftr
and TV houaewarea, radio, 734.2. Ph ,. Ill K. Ohio. 114.4HII. OPPORTUNITY POP WOMEN .. . . . .. ..... .
hardware sporting goods anldod iii t 1100. profllahlr. <
HOM.M4CE T\'ork. full or part tlm aiprrt. 4T aaA PtantraLow
lawn and girdm supplies, ,, ';o'I'1J! wtlli JITHMlt\l'ii I.",.. ionIC, : 31.A RAR. 20 Building/ Ceitrecten jrona lra""Kranc. WrIti "vn" Live Stock Prlc.a Tool?I"JOII... Ton*

lin.and ether' fast-moving .. IV II'.''I' ''''C :!t. 'V" P. bInd, ., PS> .Hn., 4IM Ho Dalrtnna... H Snow.Fla7ii4 Pan,.y Charsra Aoeouat TodarlNOMOI ASPHALT PAYING .1 A/IIrtwINfJ/

.. No eiprrirnce re COLA HOMES GAS COVEN with hair ,
-- ,
quired. We SOot with .0.... IXIO'I"IINCED' WAIT015S, aroI.10. dr hm.nl. flnnr ., I BrtglbM Swvka
Yemalts mpl Ifldii9.
provide DWM.sary 44o. thurH. .'. n DC.taPesStROLl n S ICOROOM
a. d..II'ra'
Prlva In t'nrn. Ill armii'* Ct rtinna T31-"U, 3 doe 10:111: rn inS was LIB. mow $140. nvuntod 4 r.. Modern
training. halp you se __ f V. Annlla and m ph 71..731. ii :'n. Annbr I.r.k ionnooObnik i.. boston. uard. II 1 1.. Couitrr topMALI ,apxrtincni" *. All rlattrle and CurLPhil
lid store location and WHEN Bwrrrii Building Contractor H...... M. Bnulorard PUPS AKC small ..,..... .0. TaOI.. unit. n..4. 17'FlorId. RAY LINKOVICHPhoM la- :tc. """& nr 734.3131.ChAPS !: .

fliturea and offer merehan- SERVED moo. is hamnion ainrk Ti..". SIlo.rll'Ilsa Homa n.. C.nnainv" FUONlSNtD; neryobro I
dising and NI.R.w"i"i. >.Prlow ft. FREE ESTIMATES 24 Help Wanted-Mat Phnno. 10.)1:1ii 714 I'ont- ;No' Irk AlP"-- ". KK: '- SM loom. sod Io.'h .'"""d apt "8.n" .

promotional 10. 1;. CouI.a.4 it.oocu an' c.t. .. '-d..I';; WALNUT& nrnnlraf tablt.. L..2: Baal New loot As.IG lii IIoh.n i'kov. :34.171*.
assistant Several eicrl- II., B. Ui. Than Too Think .
Too Carl M.honan. > Corn.r
I ALUM AN for new and uwil rars. ALSO Boarcllnt Animal R.oc.i. FUMNItHCO APT, I rnnnin and
lent locations available thisarea. .' Beauty ParlenIAUTV If '"II.IIOC, II. wo h,,,. lh. ,.lira. .....".. 17" W. Mini. RB: 4.1144Merchandise tablnat Hanclnv '..m.... bath, In t..wn |4. month JOl tnnrhla ,.
J E. BURKE ''' '.ARY 1'1,1 9 OVIMIHSION ,._ \' Phone 734.I;01.
w. Ron and 11'THfo
BAzAArt 4T! B Vinl.om.rr Pht14.4.H BELL MOTOR CO. : Rt:14AI.fo1: Pub,? Mmlcal, lssrvmiate
for further Information Mnnd., PUN APT nrar town with .!.<-.. <.
tI.h,, Krllny "'.hl.. I'b.n. ciICNPRA--C; It-ACr'; R- "II WHIT ni<'H ATTIPAIl liz J4n AmIICUSS __ water. narbaca ind (arairo 141f"r
Writ. 73..0i61 or in.5134. TUFF: PKTIMAIVB: TD"4W R'v: GOOD DKALS nrm 714; .74 n or 7370.

D, L. Crtel COLON CKOROK PH. 714.1411 TINS Fuirnlturo tIphnlat.n.r *md 1' V S1:>. other mil, ... 0" MALI KIRNWHKD APT.
nIl "mml..o". b. i i .. Call 41 Aftkla fer Sate MOTOROLA KTFREOHOWDY'S
District Managerrirntont 9 Swimming Peels' 7Jj. n 1. tflra. Aurtlo Barn, ill Violet' (1.04 Ioatlon.
2!0 A. Maienry Centrertort lo.djload. MUSIC SHOP (.11 fU:07.
-----w TI<:O 1 BIDP.OOM furnlahrd rottaea Inpliriinr .
: 114 N. Rlvd Phone 7S4<4S2I
Tire & i LIT-s. BUILD thai "hool n..... R. aX"1'R11Isno: : ) Oll.PeTRlr1AM: TV IK' .m a month 41 A. Vurnllhod Apart", ,""
Star .
r ari> for warm ".thr. Call J fI PRhiOt' A P5940MANOSIRT ('.11 91'.211 AfI.r 1 ".m. DIAMOND KINOt at Ion viluoi, Jewelry Ttll. : Rubber Company ; 7J4-OH)' ayl' MU. fur .?& "n19TRACT00134P2 WANTBO Ijtiatrh' rot kin. rhalra for f.e; PIANOS ORGANS Aftor. I pm ,
7 t. NIW!: HAUPOHIRI MON te drlrs ;;".; I Hanriwma bahomi Onto WATCH .....1.1.* *"r anorlaltr THOMPSON! MOSIC COMPANY I ROOM
: 111 L.. It. Dr.w.r> "W"" uGas & Accsiierla' linn .qolpm.oi and 1* whiwl n.wlV rovorrd 971l ach Comiloferafr.eaOImsf.Tod.ford 114 VohiPla, Aro., Nylons Brach APAHTMBST
t was Cay A..... ___ h-.'T Inly SlImS tntck C Rap 1314 WILLIs. JftP Pickup. 4wh J.w.l.r. ivl B. Haw Torh .
20B Air Cant & : CL.I-Ull, 0"I 1444 P \ w Tnrk Ai..
HeatlafCALL Unkovlch, I 111 m. 94.w .. .
,5.cks.nvIIa. CIa.Ph. ..l drlvo. Good It...: eoodrondltlnn. Avanuo.
.I ... 1L4.1414Northwwst FIRESTONE IrtOfl KIXDRIPA 7.OAN TWO .ROIIIOOM "..,,,,,,1.10.,, d".

TIRES 27 hIp Weal*<-Msla ar FemaliAITRK ---w.--1"11I. 14.00.0n HIMi. 734-73. (2 ,...t. lquiem.ni..ppli.ssPrwDY 47 Badie-Telivnlea 1.1.1..... I'holl. 7....." sf1.' IaoIt. :


GOODYEAR nod TIRES ROY FRIERSON'S, Inc.HEATING lini. uortrr** ...r..ir.d"'*.... Atao, port BUY SELL TRADE Ptport PllmBlarh '"-lac Batteries, Batteries CFFICIINCY kllch.n. w.t.r.Aoortm.nl.nd hot oloHrla..1.,

.r.d. .APPl In man tm- nSCMPR" TRAfI'SO PIlOT and Wlilto ... Color. BU1QFST BTOTK M TOWN. fnrnUhM 140 iwr month I,.
? prrton h.twmra
VolutU DELCO BATTERIES ron IlIamay 4 I a m al HlaRl' is. ._'LVD. Chaos Rill '.11.. PKLANin CAMERA. BHOP COB yilLR HKARINO AID. oulro 141 W. IXTlalon alt, or 0'ph
$ IFM UTATIOM R.maurant; N Sprint Qardaa : 141 M. BH4.OPIN J'O:0 TOUR RAniO. ..". 7.44471 alt.r I P.mPURNIHCO .
IOt'i.AI.'v PHONe r'IYII'h: O.T IOUR: PIKHINO TACKLB tOtR! ?IIANSIC'iYIt.Bob's "
and Allot 1J4-1UI AIR CONDITIONINGSHEET AT drat floor offlcl.ncypartmanu
U
Radio & T.V. rkwo to town and

11. "IwctMf' Tax !er.k.. METAL WORK Bank Personnel; Wanted DELAND HARDWARE i S<14 W. RICH Pit... 714.MM Ntiti..a. I........a. Call Uiaa Walk.r .

Euslnaii NtlghbortPEERSON to* 5. Florida :- COn. 74.till DUE 'TO Out. TNCMaNOOUa lit N.oulandrOOaT4-OIl- .. HOU'i.! ': .r. 714 1141 if,., 1,1._ 0PUPMIII4IO
UKOWTH .. ... .
a In toad all )'. Marrh SI .
DELAND'S LARGEST
H.'. S"" .kV...plr. Hanloe Ii.rl'..nrpf1 tall.... and ...M.kb...... 'tIC" Hmiao'dirnlnhlns*. alooh t.thwm..I mono.w lorarr. ...d OoarIm.nI4.room.
hotlt I" .
tai w. Vlvmnlh) lbnmaibatel .. tt howia- Taka all or port. N. Am.Ia I'h.n.
Will lOop loonr
SOON ly ho mo lns to ;"t. Pool irrhaaod ELECTRONICS 734-110?. .
.- ftano: 714 OMOBusiness I our nrw tmlMlne MOO. Plm. .tmb. e<>. .N" r. Frrwar, n' -
..n4 ....mlll.'. r...um* In yaiirovn : iiy-JDI.DA: Taaiita tflrMlrpIb.e.aiM.ti. ._1 i g 1. Saw Smyrna P.m-h. SERVICE CENTER PUMNttHIO. IM .. Pri*.
wrltlna 10 M ."".11 .larrardJr .. :- 5f contra ne. <
N. "' eameformula pat'kln
Services IT'S,, GOING TO BE HOT ,, D.l..nd. Plata Dank PX; >. Ho< only .... Valuala Miami. TNt( lamph.ir' Tr a Anlluua China IIOTOROL.APAfIU'O I .. ut troesop; : l =.. 915 ::
Cllaao "
.nll"
1147 All ..,,11.. UrielIr ....11. Hooked nirl'"Hirin Uont.om.n.. Ph.no '!'.&114'.
..
GROCERY STORE < Ait. rn vow ronCOSDITIOMNQ rnra "."II.L ." 2!* I. CltI.n. .", nnIb. 020. 1I".lIn. and MI.F*
10 Ata> BUBGREEN'S .' \ ? OuldI.ty'y craw- tVB CERVICT4 T'Zi.t MAKE PURNiaHCD mom and h.th ...
n Sfeelel lervkitWATCHtl iiT 0"01" COOK wantod.Ayvi7 I AM tlLLINA il'I it .nrpliitfurnltur. .. IW.n) 1,10 mIlmi h Hwy rairo Apt. In .")1.1 nolrhbornond
.Hftwr.wWAIoe!: PAINT" $.rol.' It.. ."..,t< prano. out of mr "l.ak..ndo. 17 714457ANTIQUES D&H T.V. Ad.ilta onh Pcrminont t.oart,
and. CrprLEa PIAMONrm. RBI FUEL (',Ito.MALt, h,,".*. 2.j1'\ :. Mew Turk A YO, al T V RFNTAI 1>rr. .r.*... Phoaa "34.4 74. 1:. N.
t FIJGI11OUN ::A.i"'cJ.aJiJT NO. fOVNtLL. COX. 1.110 AR B. 519 iI"vn ONCSOOALI n...".. foe fcau Ha' r A... ('mOss.1 Oft 1.>M7OCEANS 121 E. RICH Pimp LronnardrVii A"."' ., .
w. '.f411
l4ew York AT., rhona 134.0705 CAVIl MONItT -pItlNE RUt WHLRC foundry ....h.'. lx IUon. Call OK NOTIONS Cornells. tloxUr t>utnam 1-4.rrv F.n<'m MOOtRN n"-tly nmlnhad ant !n AnnouncementsUlt THAI MUILNlltt* IIUI. '!4.4711 )lr.. RorrhloAtlltTANT "l>imkra raM ('..I..A 121 N Amalla. Phono. _4-404l floor. prlvata antranra. Idoal. for
PAINTINO.
,. tarpantry Call HOOFIN9 N. Hort MIPAIAt, '''-'121, CHIP 7am, I.. I::lap IU M. Boul.r..r4ILICTRIC M... A;aIk' >a;M T.V.. RaflTo 'I'll"" .. El:* rroalil > .... .rnipl...., t.nant nclal 7l4-fa rmt>4PUHNIHIO to p rma-

_."., I WMkoaya.Sharpening. CALL 734-4221 .... nr. Slit: *.... lo 14:1* '.m. Sii. : : STOVE HIM R..**r4pl.rtr _- .a at dlMntint ,rl.... Pmrto.. '
.y "'**k. Apnlv Dn parson Moll ,, Fl.cwnle.: tint" B. N.t. 714.1101 APT. I black (ron
I cad) head | spm.k.r. mini | PairlAitlca
WB IPKCIAUTF' IN 8FRVICTN d. II.1t UNI ... .
Service. < ERI.Uoneycutt y Honar. 7M V. PlTilC ...l.. 18." *!.* I. I WESTINOHOt'HSJFRIERSON'S I town 141 !rinft'01. anliti.ii.IVwry
'ho'vra' a'm"I 'orm.1 d...... .1.! II It f*. TlTM an rtlllrtr.n.. Apply 13* B.
4 .
AIHI IB ILIA,
R.C.A.'VlcrORIAua
> It
O.I Male BIaas. t.t. p.1mw awa. srlaanrs and ml tools Electric Ca .4411 afior I. YOUR Howrr A.... ..., aPaitm.
; (4. r BU)>KrUtM (0 -nm Anply In n"'r m. Hoii- _
rollitill
OeUs. paro actor. rho.. .. dl,. ... Hniaa, '714 N Blvd.SK ON' TUB MOULBTAR7C : ) AnartaMnta
pAl .
.mt.I (1I ..II m.". 'If..'" Barrack It Wunlelsat" Airport UNCI! POSTS AND rllNaNGAI. ONIII'C
OWNER Oorald a:. J'rI._ rieor I No Pole.Phono
.. I1I74.Bb,4. Phoa. RB: .om CALKINS ELECTRIC RB! I.214*
Ptrteaall SAW FILING 11 ,. Plubw. / II *JliM WuahdPUMP M PT. UTILITY LiGHT POLB -
j GOOD Ua(0 RErRIOBRATORa I ROOM fu,., .,,1. C.nt.mntt.,.....
D&L CO. .. VOLUSIA"FEEDWB STORE AT RLrxJKT PRl'O3$. PtPB tTTTINOBCTTTTtNO and WII. lInk ...,.. I ar.rvlc Repairs On All Makesof .
HAVE EVERYTHINGBUT I-Il, II:. bow YorM. A.... 714-1411 sod THRKAnlNOORBOORr O'o20a ...,...rl....., MIllIon r.ler. DELIVER ". Htoro. .HI W. K I. A..O. Boaaonahlo ront Ph 714 o-7a.'
.
LUMBBB11A Son hoop '34".7. lioban"CAHPrNTRT 147 B Amolla Phono RB 41111INPCATABkB Phon. 114 niNlo, Radio & T.V. n"Oi IM 11.s.Aoomnm.nt: ; : roaJtrail ;;

MONEY? DcLand Woodworking Co. --PAINTING- -- MATTAH PotHtBBAVO*. locatad, |U North Bane.
-
144 N BOPKPART. R..fI.gCOP RP'_.HOV U".B RATFa: LIPB RAPT. Port WAlRKkl: >n< ORTBRBWK Color T.V. Specialists
\v.. m ua Mnnl 1* with PH. 1J4-II47 a. W. DAVIS fl.-..,.. ablo Tynowrlfr. Olnotto *..ia. IKHVITB: NRW: Pvrotmod .....
OIX.it> LKEflIfSt. I'\IED: SlIP? WATZR MY TRADING POST WHAT WB aLILFOLSOWS '.1_ aa4 SartUe for Cartia Mathaa "1U Waot" Mloo >o4a. .
( THAT ailARANTPBOGeorce :
FLORIDA US WAN co. .ltLrR nOoriN4 JOlb ('AU. zt $cba.IsIa.kcctleiGET. 497 .. Florida, A..o, Ph... 714.4774 521 S. BOULEVARD PhoM RB4-MII *:
HEY .
CULLIGAN
MAN
.
ill I:. INDIANA AVB., PK 731.im Vining Roofing VIOLIN, BrtiiMinalit < -. Lo.... no In ."". 714 im PRONB "..1111 "" TiI 'dma< sIll II). ItonI14l GirlS nod SMALL APP1JANCJB

,TONS OROUND rANCAKEB" I J INTO PABRira, ... NOTIONS MIO:FSSHUAWV' ZKMITrl: Trado.In tan. rndirnlohod II...... toe roai.All .
ALL IOU CAN XAT: T.o Dnp.nMtttct M Uphlltiflnf-Rifi" l I SUV and 'I LL ar trail fnr iALl HCI.EM ........ IIS 1411 K.l.. Cuanlmihtni ftrM..no olorlrla kll......, r,fn, ...1...
PONCB DILRON: UPRINOa CIVIL SERVICE 1004 ,11II4 ,,,.nlturo al akrra. ill_ J"'. '1. Wdu IU. 714.M14.4f and drr r. Small ..*... ill II Alhiny -
__ To WORK Ao.tlnn and "".>...a Kara T14-IV7. INland (lam A AnnHanfo ChlMr.a _lit.... Phone
Every Prescription AIL wIMPS. OP t7PHflI.PTCWY Tub: f'IT.C: ar-KVIcB 114-1.41. '
,Vacuum Cleaner Service IOHVKON: I PHOIJTKRI' CFNTFB MI..WOMIN II sad an.r. *...,. SIGNS FOR SALE I.". OAI OKtrlbutor ,...*. IIIJ..... _
111',10111I' and .111'11I1. (op .11 WE ADD 1301 B. Mw Turk] A.... I14-I14I .,b.. Huh' pa; Khort houra. Ad- UtI N. 0';1.. A'.., Fbos. 7 4..IMI 4 ROOM. rurntiHiod ......... No rhlldr .
SERVICE .
m a 0 a I tncludinI tn.trntu" ncenxint Propara hy homo HEAVY CARDBOARD ao 0540. '001,1. Northora.
Clan.. anld Fhona 794-01l OUR Pharmaalits .... .turf >...al and ( 1411:0 P01ntt: WrW'EII''ALa Uahli Roiiaurant H..,. M.UNFURNItMCO .
Uha af ,... Z2A FIll' Cev.rIei" A Canlllc tie for iiata adoralaiama 0. 1. PORTABLE T.". a. StaVtCSCrINWAId
erarrlptloa, ...... For FliER Inlormatloawrit. 15c Each
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'bo >OU KNOW on Mnlii.... aa lahl7 aaowibla << eeooTiwe 1 Wdrooia rot.
aRttsa' QUALirr: MARKET willi. a I aaariltolaa. .: Llnroln PorviasS.c I&. NO HUNTINO P...t... I."... PM $59. PIONEER CHAIN anwiTALTON"S lace with carport. In,.ludina ....1.
'tullralMmn. IS* B. chi.rrh.maho 5-qua ,.... FLOOR SHOW p.La ad ass Kiwa. Sold, rnr ...*. Anartmi.nl Foe .orrouae 4 ralriaaratur 111R
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( InIt".1t MIaiid Sammy AMHHII-AN OI.KAN lirallvro.oiir\ RBI. -III* (ot $69. MnwrR a.'. a aorrloo __"14.J. *, .. .'
R. "",' s1TMIMQNEW PHARMACY SALVAGE VAPO I A_ woN > >no4a.TtiRB IIAL... BAHOAU4 MOWER: atPAIIUE
.- "Tour Walt,. BOHREN TILE CO. .I..h. 1010 AU. ... aSH, ROM Hill am N UarfloM ( .". ""rn. Houoa till Month.

had.s I. .*. ri'lalu rnns white Prop _III...: 'M. f;;.'!' 131 B. Rich Are. rll... 714.IKt 'It'-- _ __ 005 FRIERSON'S PHONE RE 4-4787 PllMN' Hauoo' at alay Chm. sis'

.nd ..rotolnn.4. "O A B TOY CAROUttU $I Iolol..a 15001 WoTtla.Pt'baaal AN -..,". ,0<
ciz.utait:' s III 1'1. oorRcThnni CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL U Jek PriMtaiflPrinting" Ivtjind crniy tomnlvia toy 0.,.. 140.4 ___ _. .1 111 OWNF.Il.TNt...BOtLBVARO... K. FnrMO. Afll sad MALC HOt'*ra AND
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X'.hcat.ass'i. :1" 01 Ohio l ln -ORI CLOAYONO PlAN r,, d' ".'' yard. lad aarhan awvtctotl.e,
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-WILL not ... ro.onnalhle fnrI : w X HI.VII fh,,no I 14.JT1I Now amyrna Hrarh N a w at .'' Plan lIiAplEaireo.Pitcar.ber BAUMAN'SDeLand ,'la" 1 'r", "... '.K 7-t>J7LOVaLV .

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JBWPIJCRTO P.I.tIag.Pep.rPANTT1IO ... "' 114 S. ALA. 1ti.f1.Ai I BIOMOOM .
734-0372 : aorwohod
p.vn ii GOOD PI.AVI phone 714 141. ...... R.f l".ratotk Store : IZUiIN'S'iL'dpro --
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rnag: MTI"ATt:1: GIVE"II" 7-: EmploymentWaBiU Loans to $600 ... .... I 09 Ia TOMATO PLANTS 53t.rJIoSioi. CI,... 7T4-4I44 or tl*.Ml*.
sT Tm..T,.......$... Al ", 34.1, ra4..1 Union Finance Co. MANY Mild PtarealMi Iw. IMTa t PI- IW'IA3'RD: slitS .::1 4* MHI 4.0.",. 105 00 I..... un P7 Maw -
> '_. nia 70.90.9 and noarant.o4MnaitM .RIHFR HF1 IS 71,0 A.. 10.... a..U4<\. GEO. MARKS SCHOOL
PHICIIION PAINTS AND YARN. III'fATt"lII; rl'bI7lITrPPnuyvS"oi.c. 1MA<' rtaaartM I P.' IMMIMTrt itiT.-J: 1': -
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IsIs Al.!. \'lI1.0R' "XKI1 IXTYNER'S IS lit" ->ee a4a 51541. P20141* Inc.3115I5a1n1 *$1.t.574n 45110 I MM *o ...... ...
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Han-ina->aLan HARDWARE APPLICATIONS NOW' taka (1.100 at74PltTr.
111 N, BUD rHONM -WANS TO 77* : ***** ...... 11111'1OA 1: ar< ...... II4-4I47 ar
$600 V
list N. Blv" moo 114.1147PPRA ti's ,nabimnan... 0.54 "''y". (Ian.0.Pras.at eWii4.. "INT TM>LI/ WATi, WW.prr 1341201.ROSES IIIHi X .,.... phiMio ,;4I -..*

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LOG CABIN DURALITE tnll tin'". VH L.Mh PULL OIlS BOX IIPIU-iq aid DAVE BRIDE NURSERY I
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write a letter call RE J InotliHC .ONly. In omlrrai, etyl..e .J.I m.APLB III &. o.o I.a. eM. Polo a*. or PTBVrTTRB Rentals Coo LEA' sasS ellap. aid ....,.
and uiaa.l! Hum Will t. I.Tirromasanbala ; ; 1 14 M.rt.g..bl3.4dMort'fl I ., 'MI HMrhlM tol U '
4.3661 or stop in at the of DeLand Paint It Glass "i I .="': '= 0--odal.a :.. a. :w.aa. Only $299. ::. :; :"I':. :.r: 1

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fice-take the way that' SLOIrRT" i'n7r.R nlJt .1 .0 ..;: 50.O' W'5 10wI Mather Furniture Co. U RewM, ........ ,_
120 W. ,-,-. .\" I'm. 114....' I Mans AII& TIMK-P" ,i: POR INPI'RMATtriV\' / :..... Laa ....a4m. 5OS *. $0320. -' ill 55o4 ""- ... "IU1At'tiM P445 IOCAYIOIe Sir 31q50n. ..5.Oows. .
easiest for you to place : with Tuper.oro t'ar ... T a p.. IT." ..oUhwal moo Ofa .- dnoo.,4 or soy pnli.S.osI .
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UASAP THIS WEEK Van'sSpringtime

THANK YOU .
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full *>a...*r. P*.try Air Like rull tow* Values!
We appreciate your response to our moit Nw, On. Owner. Baayty, Ll '

.successful 3250.


** "Clear The Deck Sale"Open I Door"II OLDS Hardtop"$1" : J1I 'tit 0

ear sod WMt. .r.x m4 Whit Ores Plato* / 5
Intarlar. AsWmarP.a.. P.BMaatar Aawmatl.*.
On. Owner III ,....

Monday Night' 'Ii I 1795. 8 '62 Ford '63 Ford

'SS hstl.c Sedan $US. '52..., "
Till 9 O'clock jTe I
V4 GiUxlij 500 Cmirtt. V4 ealail 500 4 far.Avt .

i Onr U others to raaa tram I year z kli.. A.,*.. tmi. ftdory *. Tram. Idle m4 r
Slew Our Crttitudt w. Olftr for ., Mil car. Ubaral Trades and .nal.. ti
I ilr, rtfo, PA w/wslli. Neater, '/5, w/tralli.


MONDAY ONI,DAY MARCH ONLY 9th. if, i I Ii BELL o $2,195 2,495 i


1HI RAMILIR 44>a.r SI.BH, Slender TrelimliliNRudie ; I I I til .. BLVD. tSED: CAB DEFT Ila..saaaa11/a' 1.La1.11/e1./1//1

ENJOY mt. HiBttr. A laytiful' led with Wtiitt 1'....' II 62 Pontiac :I:

(local OBI. Owmr Cir) NO TRADE NO DIALERS $ IraNi Prix. Fill Biwir.Aito. '60 ImoerialNirdtip. ''S

trtM. Factory air.ladla CROWN I A 0
$1,000 Need ANY Used wkltt wells
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We have it we'll .PICP40


AIR CONDITIONINGIN Jacobs Motor Service Statewide or Telegraph get 3 ..''M-63 Cadillac?... 2,565 <


501 South IwlimJ. I 14 HOC WKECXEB : .. .. ...... ... .... I
"*.. 734-0115
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EVERY ROOMWhen M & K USED AUTO Power, Rial. 11,700 BC. 61 TBirdCiiivirtikl

1100 N. SparkmaB A,.., Orwt CHy lust ..II.., Factory Air. *. Fall ',
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I W. Bur Late Modal : Trill I BtantiM carl Lib A.... trI... RtK. WfcHl
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you consider the number of rooms In your Altomatlo KaihcraAa4 .

home, isn't that a modest price to Invest for your Ce rvraltgrttOXTNU'S DOWN an$500.00.this' |MM M home. with --- :f: Savo$$$ '2 495 5

family's comfort and health? Not only that with a FURNITURE Inc. low art monililr Bart ft I41n::'. *; rlh. ........ ........ ... .f

IM W. M.. y.,. Av., Rt 4.I7M Act howl. .\ .1.1.1 11111111111.1111111 0
famous Carrier Weathermaker,you'll increase the 74 tttl. 63 Pontiac

value of your home. If your warm air furnace is In $1000.00WILL ( -.1 'n d I/seeylile 4 blur Nerdtep. '60 Cadillac
34 .....
good condition, we can make the Installation In this lav ant.!],yea, a fcailroom and tour' famllT H4 hull In Kirsck .... Pub power, A11. trI... Nlydtep s.... run paw", QFactory

Well FurnishedTWO horn*. paired at only. IIHHM i. : .1,. ROmRI. MI" f.eterr Air. Wldte wit,
hours-no muss, no fuss. And immediately you'llbe kuilt-ln kiichan aawly pal.'...
BR Mom*, TV Included. tart ..,,"..,. Tlii I I. a REAL kiiy, : ', T < 7U .Ih' hire hip .twIIl' t.p, hook Mlt.rhr.Irhls .
enjoying cool, filtered, dehumidified, refreshing ..I'...... kaonr plan rabm.la., oil.. HARRY F. EDWARDS r'f" f .I ((1W I 1

air In every room. Come In' or call us for details! roe.kat.,. oak:jR4uo4 nnara.""'.larfa.. florid Or. ,....11\Brancn. ftffic R... tit..... JO I 3695; $2,1195

$12,000.HARTSOCK ll'l V. tlnal........ Pr-l4ii TRAVERSE RODS ,t>*Rut Uranrk ;

REALTY I BR. Moilorn Horn, tans any 'ee.a.wpaasaa. ,a.se,'eas.es.1ag
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1171 B. Voluala 1Ia'M.rt' r'"_ Mal.r. wr.ear., wsehn
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ROY FRIERSON'SHeating .
Phoo T74-IUI and ..",Oar. I. I. Rwhe.21. L Profits SmallBusiness Great-
ON OUIIT 'TRt T. I ........nmHoua haw H.monhlrs, CO. UNUIUAt :
with C.raml* Til. Rath Cw.: N. Blv4.rk. lad ...... a floor
On.. if. kr IM' Lot with Citrus. FISHERMAN ** 4VM44 Ill tint In tlk* : Thafs The Way We .1
Air Conditioning T a '_.n.. Porck., Air Ion.jninnar. VtftV MODERN I licdnwm. C R.P.m. Operate! !
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Klt/ha Complat I )'.... ilil an Indian' ah*.f.e.reml. ruNTY Or rABUNO
HUooft. lily h.ik., flrrpiacs. .M" Ia Sslaalsel11.a1 1Iaa.a. ... ..

209 Stvtli Fl rW. Incorporated heal 7J4-0513 V. W. GOULD AGENCY "Tt nut, "anal e m.tinuM n, tvf sllh 0u04had.min.e l '62 Chevrolet '61 Plymouth

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-- Tar.OAT Impala" V-l 4-D..r Hfrrflt", Ihri4tre Hardtop Ctvit.A cSb'

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Real Estate Edna: lau't l t84->-It 124.1144 or n..MIII. turn 14 emu 7M1H44I ..... ( P/S. tilts newt. Power St..rhly.
00. H..UMM* room On>. '
SAFE INVESTMENTS HOME VALUES! D. EARL LAWRENCE I'll,, 144.0. Trans> Ow .r, tI" BILL 1,395
U ..... ALMOIT Aft lops ..( twiutlfulim / ItrnktrBivrt Man, feu 141 nildwmi I YBhii'195;
rOVE' and end half a<-..... tw* ha4room > led tair peal with thlimniUni IUI II m. P-La.i4 HI 1. *
homa. Ian tlaykouaa, I t> dTfn>m im. Ljihtriviiri Phor. TI4-U2I 734-ITt (7 Acrmss- Tri 11 .sl.seeel.sl.su..e
of TREES :
111 ACRE ... will .< One. R.(iM< 4 l. lino: *. Ila.aeaa.l.1.111
".r uerlllc food Urna.
I It.t t iNOOM I0" 8., IG itkthi rn.ld, den Av,*4nnnl, I elm.4)CDHOOM mitt .\.....11.MOMl.. 11,4444COTTINGHAM. riv' a...... Stetter Associates TO SETTLE IITATII ftataao* M.....'.'.'.. '62 '60 Chevrolet i
burial
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..n. .d pnrch Ctnlralaircond Bell Realty Company auMivliloa 14 hlita, e.a Tl H4o', to'* OB '
and .all",. t>..t wall RP. BI.LL. "....k.. REALTY Bui 14w* and lawn aprtnklar avatanTHI 111 N. ...I.... Phon ,,..IIn lit I rtKir A AYE .um.H ..U11 rill eon 3.1.1 eel fie CROWN .rdap, 4 CfifaiJ 4 ear Statue
nvalln ham In warafulo4a4 .41 .. III.... PMne 114 Itta u....., Inn .. Wf4M. Standard treni.tiw .
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a.lllnf. only III,MO. 71. :ac M N-jkV Air
CALL HARRY Wilt, Rraltor FINISHED MASONRY TART THe N|w VI AM out ROVR POM BAkti Hanilln an4 .... ".... N...,
v H4-MM. FRANKI.SPAIRROW elate ''? 0 ham In Kepl.r i Y.I.""' .., .'''.... ..'.'' I arena. Tlr. Mitt C; .., n; 1III1t1.
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