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Vol. 50 No. 90 Monday, April 27,1964', DeI..andl1orld. 32720 \ ow


:1': 7n Talk Before V.S. Chamber Of'NLJILX Comme '; ;I\\1

President Cites 'Good Times ,' ,,1

Asks Business' Cooperation Ik k I

I High Court i rrir LBJ PledgesRestraint ,

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Nuptial Mix J U.S. Actions

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WASHINGTON (API) The intent Johnson Hid today that
,r Supreme Court agreed today to f times art good and there It naInherent
rule on validity of Florida hostility between, bull
prohibiting marriages IaW'I' ness and government H4
FAMED ACTOR IN DELAND Basil Negroes and whltet. The pledged to businessmen that
Rathbone. renowned is shown
actor\ slap make It crime for the will art >
a government
a ivy witty ti
autographing his book of memoirs, "In and Out of Character," at a reception this I. i
gro man! and whit woman or 4k& restraint and ponslblliry
morning at the Stetson University Bookstore. Looking on is Bruce Griffiths, direr whit man and Negro woman, h In return Johnson asked for
tor of Stetson University's Stover Theater. Rathbone, famed for his Shakespearean to habitually occupy the same restraint from businessmen Indecisions

portrayals as well as television appearances and recordings, is appearing at Stetson room at night. .1 which affect the gem
in conjunction with the university's Religious Focus Week. The actor will appear at The ruling was asked by Dewey I IM rial eeonom'e! well.being and

3:30: today at Stover Theater where he will lead an informal discussion and, at 7 McLaughlln, described aa a responsibility In choosing to
p.m. in Elizabeth Hall auditorium he will read from the Scriptures and from Shake Negro, and Connie Hoffman a 'r r support or oppose government,
speare. (Sun News Staff Photo) white woman who were arrested I policies and proposals ",which
In Miami Beach In February serve alt the people! .
1963. Each was sentenced to 30 BIO Al"DIEItCE
Much-Needed Rain Still Missing days In ]Jail and $150 line after Johnson faced his largest a.... ,
conviction of living In the tarn dlenca of businessmen, r-pr*.
Counsel for the National Aa- entttlves of the US, Chamber
room ALL IN A DAY'S WORK- Susan Price plays the role of the cleaning womanat of Commerce, In ConitltutlonKan

VIOLATION BEEN Stacv'a Department Store in the DeLand High School production of "A Guy From In his prepared address
Scattered Showers Fail sedation for the Advancementof Venua' slated for Thursday Friday and Saturday nights at S in the school auditor h. paid that racial and r*.

Colored People, In a brief on ium. The two-act musical comedy will include a cast of 23 and U under the directionof llglou dlsertmlimtion e o s t l
behalf of the defendants argued Sue Perdue, assisted by Paul Caskey, music, and George: Wolf band. Tickets, at more than US billion a yea I
their conviction violated federal f $125 for adults and 73 cents for students, will be available at the door. and unused or undcVus4 man '
To Relieve Area Drought guarantee of equal protectionand power com: even more

due process of law, "That la why," h* laid, mill
A Florida welfare worker testified 1- Mongol Capital ThreatenedBlasting Court Backs administration It dedicated to ;

, By JUNE SMITHy furs agent Ralph Townsend said of rain, but w* do need it badly," at trIAl of the two that the hang of the burdens! which
whit stated she weigh down our national pro. :
woman began
Sun I *w* ftIlI Writer today
h* said Citrus trees need the
Our reputation hit the dust- "W. haven yet retched the living with McLaughlin a* her Board Ruling duetivtty, expansion and pros
rain to set the fruit and "
literally. point when w*'r* In dire needWon't prevent common law husband In 1961 Started perity.
Sine we've often heard tile excess droppage, h* pointed out. but hud never had a formal The rr..irIPlIeOl.r a
remark that every time the Sun Although dry condition In "tnrrti to him t Ruilronds.1'1'AaH bread sweep of domestic and
Nw run a "drought lIMY," rttru'grove have not" .reached, Th, 1'\ot1"- taw vmUrwtiMt. Q.. fnrfljrn policy in generalldusy
.. rain begins to fall, w* performed the critical point Townsend said, the two were convicted "ban "A* this satins tan be r#*.
our belt substitute for a rain "I'd say It would take more than living together by persons ot rOver Flood PerxhMOSOOW The SnntbJ without becoming reck-
dan on Friday.In half an Inch of rain to bring the different race who ar* not J. (uprem* Court rnied today lets In relations with ether aa<
a story lamenting dry conditions oil moisture up to its normal married to each other" Th appeal to review a government arttltration (Inns," ti. Mid, 'I bellv this
In West Voluila, w* pointed level" of the two person* aid government must be more frugal >
out that only .80 of aa Inch i Commenting on drought condition I their 'I" nili'dthe- question fAPI-I) vJfI( engf TIle Communist t party newspaper board ruling that could without becoming log com (
of rain had been: recorded atDeLeon In Central Florid duringthe "whether a state can forbid par. I neers have begun blasting la an Prsvda said engineer mean ultimate! lot of about passional her. at horn,"

Springs during April past several week, Town lies from contracting' a 'lawful attempt to drain off flood waters sent to the edge of the Psmlr tfooo job II' railroad freight LACCO WITH HCMOB i
And we waited hopefully forth end said that West Volu.l."u.ually" marriage within Iha'ital be threatening the fabled Mongol Mountains In Southwest Asia and yard firemen\ and othertrain And h* told the businessmen
la ores of the last caus of their race, and then
skies to up as soon as ill that
open a speech was
the Sun News hit the street But. area to suffer In a statewide convict the Mm parties for entering capital! of Samarkand and Sunday night b gsa blasting a crewmen. and laced with bits of friendly burner 1 f
alas, only a few very scattered drought because of its soil struc Into 'unlawful' cohabita villages along the Zeravaihan Canal through the slid, which Four railroad operating ua- hat:

showers touched the boiling dust ture.. tine." River blocked by a hug land was said lo be as high at an Inns attacked th* ruling In two "Whatever else you bare. you I
of West Volusia.imUCRAIV. e "W have tine sand and, In The appeal complained thatICeatn..N slide. appeals. Today's declsloa have an Independent, tax,pay
M-story building and 3000 fet
: dCenn.u.d en ff Twlley mi. put Tw ) mean that the boards ruling Ing. IIhtblD President ,
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And, sine FrIday. both a De- Vote : .; -7"- ;: : wld. stands, i III the Whit Ham on. whahi
Land "rain collector" and the Permit \ FAST RUE The railroads declined: com 'faith la America and faith
Florida Forest Service at De- WASHINGTON (AP) -soutb.n .......,. ..} '..f Prtvda said d million ruble ment m the derision, except to is Amrlraa .II*
Leon Springs have recorded only opponent of the civil I II r feet 0' water have built up behind point out with that under the What I know of opportunity
the union the arWatlon !
JO of an Inch of rain both from rights bill today labeled a the tilde, which on Friday and Initiative and .nterprls*. I
award will Into' effect
Saturday's parsimonious show compromise Jury trial amendment I .W'' formed a hug natural dam. It May T-10 days after go the Anal learned from lift itself, I pl ledge
ers. "a sop" and said they .r'! aid the water "level' behind the court decision, you from your government Ft
So, with only three more daysof I will lot permit a Senate vote on dam roM more thsa 10} feet In Only firemen will bI affecteddirectly eee.".... es ha Twea_
April left the April that'ssuppneed SO hours.
It this week. .
becaun the local bargaining
to bring showers and Their decision, reached at an The Soviet news agency Tan machinery Involving Blood Drawing
thus May flowers we've had early'morning caucus, apparently said sn attempt would be mad other" train crewmen already
only 90 of an Inch of rain sine I eliminated possibility to divert the blocked fist.rising
any has been Nt In motion, Tb regular semimonthly)
the beginning of the month. of an early test vote on the eontrovenlal river and remove the threatto The liiues the unions" raised blood drawing the West Volusia
And, as a public service, the measure as debate Samarkand, an ancient city were separate from those In the Chapter, American. Red Cross, ,
Sun News again<< today tries with out dragged Into Ita eighth week. I of blue tiled old mn que* and prolonged rail labor dispute U will be from 1 to I p m. tomor

Its comment rainmaking the powers weather. (And a new Industrie. It la 1,700 mile which rrnldent Johnson taaouneed -' row at Fish Memorial\ HospltsJ.Th .
we're keeping our fingers Red, China Rapped southeast of Moscow, near the April 22 thai aa agreement are blood supply la short
crossed that this edition will be juncture of the Soviet Union, had been worked out and everyone able to donate apint I""
delivered splattered with a few MOSCOW (AP) Th Communlrt LOCAL REALTORS HONORED'- Ten member* of the DeLand and West Vo- Red China and Afghanistan.jionmix This, Supreme Court refusal of Mood la asked to attend i

raindrop!) party organ Pravda luda Board of Realtors recently received Certificates of Achievement for successful CRAnrn tit rvlw. was announced In a ha drawing, 1
Because of lack of rainfall, ripped Into Red China's leaders completion of the 1964 educational institute of the' Florida Association of Realtors. Tsss said tile UixtslMa$ occurred brief\ order which gave ao "a' HiiiMUiiiWi to-l': KJHT :
I ,
gala today accusing them ont Tbs order noted that Jua-
Irrigation haa been under way of having a centemptous atti Displaying their awards, left to right, are Otto Braun, Kathleen Gould, Bertha C. Friday whoa" the Dara- Ute Arthur 3. Goldberg" former casdidate Fee O4.seashasse
for more than/ a week la area Lederhaus, William H. Could Edna M. von Mountain "cracked a* a ( 1 GtI.II4. f
tude toward peace Sauerwein. Wesley Pape and Jo Peck Not secretary 0' laW, look ID part IllMNPULL
citrus groves county agricul- when the taken Louise' Celettina result of earth tremors" and
present picture was were Clarke t Gifford and Ber la the taw red. M Aarwu..wun..eno '
Tax.Easement nard Wolf. was 'rut In two by water ,I .-. --
Walker Hospitalized Alfred Th* hug mass of earth and
rock fell Intfl the river, swollen
C A. (Chuck) Walker, owner WASHINGTON (AP) A by a month of' heavy rain., and

of Chuck Walker Building Material ed presidential today that committee taxes be eased auggett-on i' Mental Tests Sought For Jack Ruby the slid formed a aatural dam. LEVER28A
of DfUnd, I* listed la
foreign Investment 111 the United A lake U forming 100 mil**
Memorial condition at West Volusia States to attract more capful patrtam from Samarkand, a !

Hospital today. to this country DALLAS Tex. (.AP Jack against his Dallas city of JU,000 persons, but the
who skull
Walker. recently purchased County: Jail sped M a hospital for earth dam threaten!! to "break
the buOduta material Ruby, a lump oa hi* almost ceO wan early Sunday la a I X-f'tys which a bopltj atieadaat < and tuUMh. torrent.'Tili .
firm from R. A Gregory suf Ho//a In Court bald head from colliding with a deUberata act.* ; said confirmed the Injury .rising r
fared aa apparent heart attack all wail appear ta court today Ruby's lawyers asked a few !I was minor. catastrophe I* fraught :
shortly after Anne Sunday CHICAGO (AP) James R. aa oXeM lawyers seek his admlttanc days ago that Judge joa B. : Pecker said Ruby attempted with tha danger of aa anprere.dewd '' ,, For a VoiceNot ,
flood la the whole of
Hofla president of die Teamsters to a hospital for mora Brown order him placed ta a to rip his clothing whoa. lie was
BEAK MATHCWa TOTIGHTCkoaswl Union, was tailed to trial mental tats.Sheriff 'pUaJ. Th former Zrravashaa Valley said Tans
tight dub returned to hi* fed. Th few an Echo!
aMtdW rw S OrteaJ o-er- oa criminal charge today for Bill Decker said the operator pleaded insanity ta his I {jail fuTKlshlag were thus' r- WeeiigMwe Aeshetead 0.:;'.
1:354:11(1d. the third time tine taking over cnndemned slayer of accused March trial, but wa sentenced ,.' moved from the cell as a pow rrtetMe'.o..n. Mv.. nt H. ,
hl. A.v.I I leadership of the sari s'a presideaUal a.uula Lea Harvey ta death. I ea tlaaary messunr, with only Vvd, W* BMrrto* Kvrr..toff W* ALL
largest imloa. Oswald aI'J1II.d Aral Vader heavy stud Ruby wssaa a mattress J.ft .... ..... isw. (Mr)

Watch DeUnd'sSIP0AIKPAY1 For Karl, High Rap Road Policies, Gas Tax 'Split'itttoa .:...' .1 VOLUSIAVOTES!!

Attacks by Rep. Frwf Karl by Its paoata.. was .> a road Out wry b* travtM lOgh saM. tlrur County tV the populaOot iacraaM ELECT DIANISMITH
aid Mayer Robert JQq Hie* aa Kr-Jwd by Kart aa typical by. "
mere afiigaters thai cars. wwiU lee. fU bll lee .la laa M eoatUue. at tta prtatrsta ,
OM Bryaat admisOstratVia road nampl of Go. Funs Jlrut"upJwanl" a it**. camaalgaiag aa hi*
fcoOdlBg polls(., a4 the atat"s ", ., prtfcy." aad bama. gnuds ta Mland. warmed ,. /... Hifltborwigs Ciaty Dada cauld baa. truly U
method of dMdtag gasoline taxft b* MM that another caa&dat. Florid. arftaa rMldet that would VIM n bike Duval tTMrnOUoa. biytoa."

among tile ceuUH fcrafbtFlorida Fred O. IftrttBMa. ....... eoa- they win vote ta November M a4 Hr.ward and PslmBearh With ala day remalalag .b*. i
late Ih* horn trHrtIW flaw this paltry If elected.urrmrrmx propouijo fiat ,
c raw aVprtv* ) ITS mJllkon ra<- lora the fin* prmalry elecfloa I
campalga tat governor W uriat then el btnioM of aViOar ta -Dad* County pM mare thaa May I, DickliMoa! mad his bsat
today, Karl Mid a* bad talked topMpI road mosey HI: mtUwe hs ,.* sane .. tile i
Karl th* DaytoM Beset legtelatar at knob. ... at IW pr.. Thla I Ie a nmpe. amendmeat I Mai lest year and gas hack *ay( appear*** la HUUborougtCoualy. County
In Thursdiy'si1tl'mtb" wt tea Fort Lauderdale I peace. route sad brad aM oppwtthmtoK. ta Ih* reappmtinamratmeasw abet. H1 mlllwa. Vlng loughy Joe laid IK workers haw
Sudsy to fnmlema till proposed i *. II .,..".,. ..t...... Ih* | UlenWioa.. : .* !leaiflag ta HUkbonwgh. PWI I II i
lwln* ma reel bona Out city At a tim when snay heavtty year Flog" Hlg satd. a formula "Project this In M >en tad t I tttiu E 1J11". Dsvte. Broward I Commissioner
1tIl9 throttgh tile EvergJad to Na- populated area* an deipvraletyla for ....... ganiiiM tas ,.",1." >*..B see that thfe ames' mentI I a4 Palm tent MMiatie aid
I I pie* at a "shara. I slid ai highway .* said that. .Mused on U* anvatattnaUUa 1 I would most Dads pearly n bttV t inrtmi the rVrvl paahaadl (,MUM! A*.. Pod ,*. ar VM** amta) t
Tha road caW "A tigata U- Srjaat ""waat to spend mosey .., anxadaxat. Jinn 011 th* bans of present pop I| west el Taflihstt. ,


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Greeks Pose Threat ._, fee* 2 DOAK (1LD&IDA? ) SUM< WWJ MONDAY, AfWl 27.LSI 1964

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New Fight Flare I iSummarX. J I If

f r Talks Include
( i if May
Policy :
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IJ Reynolds and C*. clHr*. .

In The stock market continued to ,
Cyprus Village decline early thl afternoon In
moderately active Hiding.Leases E1t'v' House Senate

of key stocks went ,
NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP) A Strategic kyrenla Pass, when I from fractions to about a' point. } ; ; G 1,

hundred Creak Cypriot Irregulan Greek Cypriot forces pinned Pried, though mixed, showed f ,Mi1y* iM I
a firm tendency on balance At rAP) Prei- I lowing and what actions It It
armed with mortar and down Turkish defenders! dug In I I
machlneguns threatened the around medieval JSt! : HUarioa the Opening but demand war Mont Johnson Is reported considering taking ea various world prek

embattled village of Ayto Tho- CUtlet .. lacktjof and it the session won expanding his proposed lent*.

dome today a* U.N. official ISSfX DENIED!: on mart minus tlgns ppepredj,, I I foreign policy briefings of presidential 'I Sea. Barry Goldwater, R.
Aria, a leading candidate forth
sought to remove the village'sBOO Creek CjTfMli .felt.But.:Turkish The_ trend was lower among aspirants to Include
:Turkish Cypriots. J'ftIltlOIIVU1I\ miner, ma- steele, 'motorcilia, cigarette, nominees for the House and GOP presidential nemlna.
rejected this out of hand
New fighting Cared this mornIng chin-gun and -rlfl fire. They building material/ aerospance Senate.
la the mixed Greek.Turkish denied however, that they were Issues and nonferrous metal. Johnson has offend! to have SOME: ACCEPTED

village 30 miles south of Nicosia. trying to hit the castle, which I Chemicals, drugs and oils the Central Intelligence Agency Some others have accepted

U.N. troopi tried: to set upI the Turkish Cypriots use attheir were Irregular.The and the Defense and Stat departments Including' New York's Gev Nil-.
Rockefeller. But Rockefeller
cease.flre. itrongpdlnt In controlling I Associated Frees average background all generally eon A.
said h* would
A showdown also appeared the pass along the Kyrenla-Nic : of 60 itocki at noon was mentioned presidential accept
Ito be shaping up tor control of olla road I off 7 at 3027 with Industrialsoft nomination possibilities en what only with the understanding
fol- that the briefing would not tie
The Turks, caught by surprise J, raIls off .7 and utllltleioff + course the United States 1*
his hand In future public da-
when the attack Saturday ; 2.
opened .
Dry) WeatherContinues cannot lose much more The Dow Jone Industrial average bat on foreign policy and national
Court security
ground without surrendering 'I at noon was off 3.10 at High Goldwater called Johnson's of
control of the pans, Greek Cypriot 81179. "
fer offhand political *
.n gee
InVolusia forces have advanced to Texas Gulf Sulphur remained
tun" and said It was basically
within a Jtffla'ot: thll:.Highway active and war up nearly 'a 'To Rule On unwise to provide this !Inferma-
between th*. .capital" ; the point Curtis
Publishing Idled
other than the actual
,. tlon to any
north coast '
to the upilde. nominee' .
:West presidential
General Meters WM down Nuptial Mix Sea Warren G Migmison

New-Member more than a petit ADMIRING ROAD-E-0 PLAQUE Vernon Wells right of DeLand captured D-Wash, chairman of the r>t...
' (rtotlU.u.4 Tram P.,. On) I Sean Roebuck held a gain second in the finals of the
place Saturday state teen-age safe driving Road-E-O ipon- many areas, underlying clay" exceeding a pelnt but the performance Bored by the Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce. The event was held in Ocala and committee, said then had beA

he said, "both. of which have I Reception SetF. of ether blue chips Wells, representing the local Jaycees, earned his place in the finals by winning both Florida whites who punishes engage Negroes la certain discussion of making such briefings .

gnat: water holding capacities war drab. the local and district contests. Bill Cambron of the Ideal Jaycees, shown with wells, conduct together but does not available for senatorial and]

ITS ranger laid today,that tire, H. Barnhart, chairman it Rail backed! away from their accompanied him on the trip to Ocala. In addition to the plaque, Wells received a forbid such conduct by Negroes House nominees
despite Saturday's of lift mid week
the commission gains this !informationwould j
on membershipat Presumably
stereo set. (Sun News Stiff Photo) "It
only or whites only punlihes -
conditions remain dangerous.Dispatcher
Down about
a point were .
Trinity Methodist Church huarranl.d be similar to "full ae
Buck Tomllnion said rich stocks ai Merck, IBM an activity only If and
a reception for all new count of the existing IlItel' *
"We've been having fires Just members of the church, to beheld Xerox, U.S. Smelting' Control LBJ because it Is Interraciah"Florida's situation" which Secretary ef
about every day, and fire conditions 7'30 la Data and Zenith I Pledges Obituaries Supreme Court In
at p.m. today the I State Drift Rusk said would b*
will remain bad until we News Briefs upholding constitutionality of
Social Hall Prices declined on the American given .to presidential aspirant
have some rain. The reception.will honor all Stock Exchange: Restraint In the law barring occupancy of who desire It.

Rangers. Saturday fought a persons who have become memo Corporate bonds ,declined Jennie P. Edmunds the same room by persons of Magnueon said 'h* thinks It
nine! acre fire just north of different races, cited an 1883
ben sine February, lH3.Barnh.rt slightly. U.S. government bonda 'FromArea would be practical to bring senatorial
Enterprise and, yesterday a U.S. Actions decision by the U.S. Supreme
at the quarterlyMnference were unchanged. Mrs Jennie Pierce Edmunds. nominees of both par
two acre' fire. south of DeLand last night, reported 78, died Saturday night at the Court. This upheld an Alabamalaw ties to Washington to brief them

arid\ ,,"a *v* acra tot near Daytona that 115 members had been received At 12:45: pm. Stack prices Continued Mat Tut C*.> home' of her daughter Mrs. R. prohibiting Interracial marriage In an effort to eliminate misunderstandings .

..Beach Into the church sine last continued. easier in moderatelyactive Towns stralnt and responsibility a E. Aaron of Crescent City fol. adultery or fornication. during the cam

June. trading hand that meant only 16 help lowing a lengthy Illness. paign about the country's for

Youths Held Co.hostesses for tonight'. reception General Telephone was S1H and never to hinder so long at A resident ot Seville for moot Jax Man Charged elgn policy course
will be Mn, Wallace eft YFord; K% off IV ; Texas ORENGE Cm the public Interest Is being of her life, she had moved then 1IORTON'lEW

Black and Mrs E. L Jolnes. Gulf Sulphur 45 up fi ; Control The final meeting of the season served I ask from you only the from Whltevllle N.C. In Road DeathWalter Sen. Thruston B. Merton, R.
Br ak.Ins Mrs Earl Eglenon and Mrs. D.t111 up Ms 1 Std Oil N J MU of tile Tourist Club will b* same restraint !la those decl- She It survived by two daughters Ky., head of the Republican

For Walter Purts will be In chargeof oft S Std Oil ot Calif. 14% flit tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in dons you mike which affect Mn. Aaron of Crescent senatorial campaign committee
youth who !have Joined the City and Mn Emily Crane of F. Busch Jr., 48, Jacksonville
%: General Moron 12 oft Itf. Dickinson Memorial Library the general economic well being said In a separate interview he
r Two Negro Juveniles, both plStcfftldtn. church. Mrs. Harry Weaver N Y Central 33H off IK: Fan Hall There will be refreshment responsibility In choosingto Jacksonville; two sons, Wlngate was bound ever to circuit thinks any such program would

' / are being held by DeI Mrs F. H. Barnhart and Mrs American Air Oft off H: Chryiler and door prize support or not support the Edmunds of Norfolk V.., and Court on a manslaughter present a lot of difficulties, especially

Land police on charges of five Maurice Cobb will N In chargeof tt off H, : U S Steel 55H'!, oft policies and proposal of your Frank Edmund of McCrory charge Saturday by Peace Justice it an of the 435 nominee

I break.ins, and attempted break.' recognition cf new members, H; parke Davis 291off .H; The final meeting of the season government which serves all Ark.; five grandchild, and Charles. Lennon, DeLeon Ion House seats! should electto
and Mn. Thomas Smlthdeal will two great'grandchildren.Funeral Springs Bond war set at 1000.
In*. Bethlehem Steel ,33'4' off %. Of the art clan sponsoredby the Pf'Ople,1 Titti-nd'such: briefing
be In charge' of decorations, services will be at 3 Busch waived preliminary
I City detectives laid the yeuthi, 11the American Stock Ex- the Woman's Club (VIA) Morton Indicated -he thinks
aged 13 and II, had admitted to The welcome will be given by will be at I a.m. Thursday at p.m. tomorrow at the graveside hearing. The charge stemmed: tome Republican senatorial candidate
trying to break Into the Euclid the Rev, Alfred B. Vaught. pas Syntex war J'/i upi Blue Springs Park. Instructor Spider Called In the Seville Cemetery with the from a traffic accident April U would hesitate to accept
Elementary School cafeteria tor, ,and Dr. Charles C. client, ; Seaboard World Air 6 Vi off Don Emory will demoli' Rev. Donald Mizelle of the Howe In which his fiancee, Louise B. background Information '
, f associate pastor. The response Hi; Unlvenay Controls 3<-4 unch. Memorial Methodist Church Rice, 58. Jacksonville, wa killed they
over the weekend. They also reportedly printing Crash CauseA might feel would tend to hamper
admitted attempting! to will b* given by C. B, Carter, anew Crescent City officiating. Mrs. Rice was a passenger la full discussion ef foreign
member of the church. DEBUT Clayton Frank and Sons, Crescent Buich's car. Both were thrown
break Into the Parsons St. Elementary Noon Stocks policy in tile campaign I
School on Thursday and Mrs..Richard Schuler and Mn. The executive committee of splder-spooked motorist lost City is I In charge ef arrangements from the vehicle when' It collided Johnson ha expressed the ""
John Winner will sing. control of his car shortly before with a truck driven by CharlesE.
to breaking Into the school's the auxiliary to the DeBary hope that foreign policy will not
kindergarten on Friday. AlMa 'f'% IlItHarv 11ti post of the American Legion i 5 p.m. Sunday, careened into Abridge I Echols, 34. Jacksonville TIlt become the major Issue between '

Police said the youths, admit. Deltona) Resident AmA1r .5% IntNlck '71 will meet at 7 pm. today at I abutment on S.R. 40 one Naomi I. Paterson car reportedly slid broadside the parties in the November t ''i
Into the truck at the intersection
ted \ to break into the De- AmBrk 52" blll'.p 3t7AmRdPar the home ot Mrs. E. Brown 36 half mile west of BarbervUl '
trying 31 Jones&L I. and overturned 1 Mrs. Naomi Irene Paterson (1, of U. S. 17 and S.R. 11 campaign Republicans have
and Hurt WreckA 1315ArCan HlghbanH Road.School .
Land Cycle Hobby Shop. fit In reached the general conclusionI
Patrolman C.T.Jtrttt.reported 701 E. Ohio Ave. died yesterday Busch war seriously injured
Florida Highway
and to n" Kau AI 39'.; i
W. Rich Ave., on Friday however, that the President isJ
I IS West Voluila' In the crash and war hospitalized
that James D. at : am. It
AmCyen Lla&.My 6015AmMet !
breaking ttto Luster's Grocery tfoltllt"ein.n'"" slightlyinjured fl3'i 18' Loch.1t Survey' 'rlf .r, 42, Oak Hill, wa only Memorial Hospital where the had vritd the hearing Sa%'d.y. weakest JJUBJs field and many fM
Eton, 410 W. Bentsford Ave., on Sunday morning In a AT&T Leriard acv/ slightly hurt.. A passenger, Larry been a patient for U hour :A DeLena Spring coroner' of them,Want,o ba.It.*to vale "

Thursday.The traffic accident at N. 1'0'% 4715AntTeb Parker, t, reportedly was not Born March 13. 1903, in New Jury which Investigated found wide-ranging criticism\ et the
youths will be turned over Boulevard and Rich Ave,, I>e. 3414 M'I'YOX 37Ampx Is Postponed Injured. Bethlehem Pa, the was a member culpable negligence" caused President handling of International .

to Voluila County Juvenile Land police reported. Cp 1S11t MplAHon 125y Parker told the Investigatingofficer of Trinity Methodist Church, Mn. Rice' death. mattere.X .
authorities Treated at Fish Memorial Hospital Anaconda 2\4\ MMUI 61% -- --
Th Stat Department of Education h* lost control of the car and OES No. 186 DeLand.
was Irene B. Duke, U, She Armour 6614 Mohasco 13 survey team will not !be while slapping at a spider Damage She Is survived by her husband Search Continue -Ray Unit Sets

was a passenger In a car driven ACL 14! Monl'tll 7415 able to schedule a county-wlde to the vehicle Vis 1300. No John Gordon Patennn,
14 Are Killed by Mary F. Barer (1, also of Babcock &A MontWd 31\i survey of what school facilities charges were made. DeLand, a daughter, Mrs. Mel. KUMBOLDT Tenn. (AP) W.. Volusia Visit

Deltona. 1\0\ 15 13% are needed until late Septemberor Later in the day, Carl D.1.IInl. via J. Mo>'er, DeLand. and a son, Federal and l local officers

The Barer car reportedly had Beth 611 SS% N.tDIAt 21% early October School Supt '17 1437 N. Garfield Ave., a De. Robert Paterson, Youngstown, searched today for one of the Th* Mobil X.ray unit win b*

In Accidents stepped on the Boulevard and Peeing 45% N.AmAY 474Pordeit John H. Smiley laid today Land motorist, war charged with Ohio. FBI's ten moat wanted men and In West Volusia m May U aid

was signaling to turn onto Rich ni Penney 52% The Volusia County School violation of the right-of-way after Funeral service win be tomorrow an I.year-eld bay who la feared 23 and from May 23 through! May

III Th AiMllt' Pus Ave. It was hit from behind bya Erunl"k 10" tM 3014CaterTr Beard\ had requested a surrey bin car reportedly pulled out *f.Washington at 10:30: aim in the Chapel kidnaped.. 29 Dr. D. V. Galloway, Volusia

Automobile accidents killed at vehicle jdrivcn by Charles W. 60/4 .pCftla SO% several mr>iths) ago. Smiley said ,. Av. onto U S. 17 of Memories of Lankford Funeral Police- from Humboldt and County Health Unit and Mrs.Beatrice

{least, U: persona In Florida dur Cobb all, 127 ,W. Howry Ave Celanese I'L4 PhUMor 11% that the state group would et>m* and Into the path of a car driven Home with the Rev. Alfred three neighboring town In west )I.' Kant, executive di.rector .

ing the weekend. Two boy Cobb told! police he glanced away Chryll 4515 'hlliP.t. SO" to the county at the end of this by Willie D. Keen, 34, Cm Vaught. pastor of Trinity Methodist Till II''''* abandoned a dragnet .of the County TB and

drowned In I pond and a Navy from the road and tailed to seethe CecaCola 117 RCA 32" current school year, late Mayor City. Church, officiating. around -Jt9 S.square mil section Heaf'Ji Association, announced
I reservist was killed when hit slowing car In time. CornEd 49'4 Revlon 27ConEdu June, if then wt a need for Trooper Brttt laid then were Burial will be in DeLand Memorial of the city Sunday night but today.

,plane crashed at Jacksonville.Two Police charged Cob with can- 6511: R'yTotl 4615CnntCan a spot check because of anemergency no injuries and damage to both Gardens. aid they wen continuing their This service (II available to
cars collided on state less driving. 454:I StRrlP a.1t situation la some i can amounted to WOO. The family requests that In search. everyone 18 year and over. All

road 80 about 13 miles east ofBelle DowChe 71y Seaboard 4114: schoel anal. lieu of flowers, donations be Officers were looking for Den- adults are urged to have at

Glade, killing Thomas Malaysia Ruler duPont 219" Sears 30614EAL This ....II.t be determined until Police In Hunt mad to the Cancer Fund. nit Burke who disappeared Friday X.ray taken Food handlers are

,Henley Wilson 49!I. of Palm 334? 4614E.Kndsk late next month Smiley said night, and for Joseph Francla reminded to check their health

,Beach Gardens; Lewis Moses, Tightens Policy 12'1"' h'ony 14" The school board's regular For Boy's Killer Murray Servicfa Bryan Jr., ot Audubon Park, card and U the uplr.tllIJdati

23, and Percy Lee Saunders, IS, Firestone 3711 SnutbnC STf1 meeting at I a.m. tomorrow appeen N.J., wanted by the FBI la con- la approaching to take advantage
16FIePAL. to be a routine meeting Funeral! services for hire Mary nectton with the of of having the free X- .,.
both of Bell Glade. KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia rwrel11'R\ joLirr 01. (AP) Police slaying a ray.
Two It-year-old Fort Lauder (API-With a fresh mandate 13 StArllld 15" according to the agenda. Trlvtlpllll' searched today for duet to the U. .Murray, 84, :299 E who FrenchAv died South Carolina boy Mn. Pearl Smlthdeal of th* ,

dale lays, Gen Edward Wagner from hH people Malaysia'sPrime Ford 6514 StO NJ 14% fr teachers, bids on paint brutal slaying of an 11.year-old Orange City Police Chief Joe Riding said Buiinei and Professional Womon'
win be 11 tomorrow
at 1.11'I.
and John H. Besecker died Minister Tunku Abdul l'nnst Da 10% Studtbk 14F.'fpt \ I and other materials' a recommendation boy whose battered body was Friday la, the First CongregationalChurch police !had received several report club and Mrs. L W. Whit

when the ear In which they were Rahmsa turned today to thapIng .. Sul 35" Swift MruehTr ot the administrative found Sunday, almost two days Orange City The Rev that aa automobile driven tenton are chairman and cochairman -

riding collided with a disabled ; :; n3t a4 likely tougher policies / 30. ..Texaco7CeaDyn policies committee are among after h* dliappeand. Elmer: L. Patterson, pastor will by a man resembling Bryan's en. of the volunteer work

car stopped en the highway If to -meet 3ndonala'i hostility. .2lhlnkol 15GttlEI the routine business matters Coroner' WUlard Blood said official and be assisted by the description was seen la Hum. Th* Sun New will

miles south of Belle Glade. I $3 t1 Carb 13"Gfn"dl scheduled John William Came skull had Rev. George B. Marsh boldt prior to the date the publish mobil

Other victims: of Saturday accidents Rahman wil reported laying' \ M" VnltAlro 15'4GenMila Violence been crushed by a heavy blow Cremation will follow, had been a patient for five days. unit win b* her the places and

Included: the groundwork for legislation, 1645 vIm n"GtftMtra EruptsIn apparently with a 13-20 pound Lankford Orange City Chapel Born la Benton 01., she had I the hours when It will be sta
Robert Clyde Jackson, 41, ol giving tilt government a sttmer g:4" VS Steel 1 1:116: Lot block ot flagstone found beside Is la charge ef arrangement. been a resident ol DeBary for I tltlfttd.I .

Merritt Island, killed on a highway hand in dealing with Indonesian- Goodrich 5514 t1l1h'Mlt 12\4\ Angeles the body. 10 )art. She was a life member

inside the missile test center backed guerrilla farces la Ma. Goody U\i 3214Grevhnd The boy was found by two :\Ift. Berth L. ShdnlTMrs. of the Three Been and.Tea et I
at Cape Kennedy} Sharon layiltn Borneo and with ** *. I H', WI.IIDIx 32"Gulf01l LOS ANGELES (AP) Violent youtht under trestle on an embankment Miami

Lynn Gorday, 17, of Grant, killed teurs throughout the f federttlen. 5314 Wllfllwt' 12corc ( !Involving police tflcen between a drainage Bertha L Shank, 210 Lucerne She Is survived by two daugh
en Old DUd Highway near and Negroes hat flared again lit ditch and a canal on Santa Tt Drive, D Bary, died at tore kite Beanie RoMnbaum

Melbourne} ; Michael Mcdoskey, Works On PlanWASHINGTON Directors Lea Angelet. Police Chief William Railroad property\ at the north 12:20: p.M. yesterday at Seminole of DeBary and Mn. Dorothy
80, o( St. Augustine Beach, killed H. Parker says h* expects edge of Joliet. H* had lIMa Memorial Hospital where she 'finbb of Miami and two grand

on U.S. A1A. AP) Pns Schedule Meet more I missing else h* started horn bad bees a patient tor two houn. children. t
Bernice Leverett 39.! of Ocala Ident J.kna wtrked today M "And w* art prepared to cop from a boys' club meeting Friday Bon! to Jersey City N. J, Allen'SummerhlD. DeBar). I*

killed on state road 43 about ten a formal appeal to Ongrtss with them" Parker said Sunday I night. ah* had been a resident of De to charge of arrangement*.
miles south of WUllston; Mark for hi* bi lien.dollar' plan .t f DeLand Chamber *f Com- The victim was the oldest ot Bary tor alx yean. She was a

Widemaa. 3, killed when he federal help to combo;poverty mere dlrecten teaight win oars ,- The latest la the series fit nine children of Mr. and Mn. member of First Church of Weather, Elsewhere ,
darted Into the path of a carnear la Appalachian sport on a meeting recentlyiwirh Knob assaults oa police occurredSaturday John Carnes. The father, 39!I. t* a Christ Scientist Sanford.

his horn In Dad County, I Daytona Beach chamber night, Office said a I laborer on a farm near Joliet She la survived by her hue Se TII. A.U'Hier'eau ire M.

and Joseph Danalovita, '71, of St. ; officials over the Veluala County 'crowd of Negro disrupted activities peered at the open of band Harry V Shook DeBary Attn..,. rifle '-' are tAlnqu.rgr.
4 seat relocation Issue. Central i iHCllpltal. .. $erer e. Y rat
at Receiving
Petersburg struck and killed ash ADen Summerblll. DeBary, Isla q
had club, threw the smoking grenade N
chamber eftldau( l Atta.l I-
crested a acne It war the fourth such then \antshed The explosion charge et arrangements. :t rasa :::=.: 1t :lIn
been directed to Malt Daytona .. _..._ I' talt
Incident la Lei In i" univ
Frank Ernest mob Angeles
Mobley. I, and
e..rlto confer with chamberrepresentatives shattered the! clubroom. .......... ci..e __ 141 H
Wendell Wood 8, both of Wildwood 10 days. Th. Americans were Down toSaigon I Mr Co-Cornt'Uui;; .1ttoI4t) __ H at'rne.a.
drowned 1n a pond while then concerning A policeman was knocked! to condition Pat, ... : e) .01 ,
when their a.41:
reported ClMtnnatt. .Meat
the organization's support
hunting gophers. of the relocation nvtvt. the floor and a nun was today was described\ as good. Mrs Cora B. Cornelius. 17 314 t..rat rm -- ... It II I'

A Navy J Jet tighter on a croa- la other buslnMi, the director kicked officer said. Eleven: They were a U.S. Army officer\ I Lakewood Drtv DeBary died hi. MtlM kMri:1o :- 4. al "

country training mission took meeting at 7:30 In the Jaycee person wen arrested. I a Navy officer and Navy petty at 3.05 a.m. yesterday at lath Ktrwt. nm _. /1 II .'Iturraek.
oft from Jacksonville and crashed Room of the chamber' Negroes have blamed previous officer Memorial H<*p.lal where ah* cwt wire el.., : i; I 11: ,ItIf.
two minutes later, killing the will hear on the such Incident to police ....... Neat _._..._, .. ..
pilot Lt Grant R Williams, 33. building, reports maltreatment of Negroes a Ho.l.l..MBA -.r1/t n t
annual audit delinquent! membership I are .e. ea .JIoI.wtUtt.
ot Webster Groves, Mo. Charge denied by police. Negro w.. are 11

Committee account'chairmen and finance.also will 'jraden say then Is a built LAUAN HOlt SPECIALS! t-.= flu rlnSe, ...v::=: ;: a.I.14 "Tltt Conscience of

Negro II Jailed retwotmeat against police la'the ,_ Aee.Mon rM.h ___ 'I Nt.etw.
'aubm1\ 11.1\1y!TEL Negro communityAmericans 'j ..1'6"x6'r.Jtl\" $4.451'8"1ls'rxnr .+e..e. ..... e4 .t .M the Htuse"
Wini Crimes M. DeLand Negro -ei W
S-PIIa....twr i5
la charged with reckless fctaart Clmrd Again Hurt I .S4.45 MIC i >. ..* .
LOANS JUS2Td..x1" yea'ib'i. rui M It" -It FttanVarf TBVM
bald 1"lo-x8''xn
and la being it the
driving fcURUT.. Laftaaaa (AP)-Ba- %:.. '". .l*.r w SI 4. JT
county; Jail for lavestig ue Ifauravatec1 t..tlIft SAIGON Sent Viet Kim w .. us :NH: two :iw 41 44
assault bUt la Camascui .. "- ------ .O< > = t| .i .M
RY Jyria elttet wericlMd aged (AP>-A temrut tossed a grenade 2'"d'rdU" SS.05J..XS..xH >.!>.. !.0" _.r, 41 4l .M ELECT
A fight! at M4 S. TaempMt Ave u4ia>* asses N I
6 ,m. Saturday resulted May U a g* *ral strike ,n- late a ervill* re renscenter $5.052'8"xS'8"xlLti" ..ww. awr T* 41rt
about p the gveramafsSAcUlinn Sunday alght at Rack I maerA, tah It ..Nrise.
la the subbing ot Mary Grim**, ROSS tearing I Y., .l..r == UST Frail Ksjrl
Bill Carlisle and John \ reports reacklag Jlf 1. Gla. 120 miles southwest ef Sal S5.S j -. ...., ....... .ou_ ..
Deputies rut said.\ gnu, and 'Injured three America \ 3.a"x6..xn\ J1ES ., a f1V ....
Burton reported.witnesses told Voluslt Loan Co. Inc. The strike returned !Sunday military pnannnel and ins I ,.. = ='.:= a flN aas. .II GOVERNOR
after a Modem rellglout' holiday Velaamee. : kit ,.... n.". .r _. 45 I. ,..
that they saw Crimea tab CONRAD LUMIER CO. ka "' .., ... .T II
who wu taken to the LOANS 'Te f... and lasuanr of a new maitttutloa It war the aeeoiut anil\ .ArmrtearrtocXtenC ... Mnlaoa ..... .. II 45
Mary, Grime prodaiaiItiny! : 'C: tf tir kind Ia the ft 73M4S4 .....'" nie' .--____ N N T (HI.. A". *>"'!. M ky ......
hospital for treatment.: 107 Wilt ..41.! .. West MkUfM at .perch fteJevm Taw.. cWee .., ea Lids, Cam. ..*** T.i. ***>rr.
allegedly took off after th* etabblcf People Democraua: Socialist past 10 da)a.Witnesses I t..',... elver .... to U 1
,and was caught going north. heM 1141231 lUpubUe said! the teaser ap I '1-t,. .. J.Armed .

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From Clrurcl"j

.; U.S. Aid To Viet Nails couple IONIA,,was Mich.excommunicated(AP-An) Icicle

Sunday after charging their .

Episcopal priest with harboring I

Tops $3-Billiou Mark l $ t tq 'archaic beliefs\ and moralknowledge" .

In his criticism of
a dance in a Ugh school production
ot the musical "Damn Yankees -

WASHINGTON (APWCumu-I America where economic, plan ."
!alive U.S. aid to South Viet are supposed to be develop Mr. and Mrs Robert Core t
Nam has topped $3 billion In a carefully with an eye to long were stripped of their membership I
program now markedly different range gains. 1t in the Ionia Episcopal
from any other U.S. aid ef 2 U.S. willingness' prop up t t church by the Rev Raymond
fort around the world. the Vietnamese economy In a I Blerleln who said he acted because
The difference item from Its general'way not confining aid t 1U of a letter written by tile
close link with the campaign to to selected projects ." _! Gore published Friday In tile
stamp out Communist guerrilla 3. Use of economic aid funds ; Ionia Dally Sentinel.Standard.
It show up In ways such for anttguerrllla and propagin, __ 'We can BO longer restrain
as: da support operations such as : our feelings concerning\ the objections

1. Top priority on material providing thousands of special voiced by our rector to
Improvement that will start radios and drafting surrender I'I the dancing In the current high
benefiting! South Vietnamese vil appeals school musical play," the tetter
WIDE ASSISTANCE -- said la part
lags this )' Ir-not next )'ear }j.
4. {
or the year after This contrasts Scattering US. aid person Terming a dane* sequence"salacious
with other programs like the Alliance Del through the countryside to I 't and immoral" the
for Progress for Latin spread American assistance .t Rev Mr. Blerleln last Monday
-- the grass roots. More than 200 objected before the school board
art now In the provinces, many ,. to the characterization of Lola
KNOWLEDGETytW! of them picked more for the 1 in the play by It-year-old Knish
ability to work with native ; Mnnson who wore a brief black
than for any special technical outfit with a split skirt I

skill.The r : UI I Krtsti. playing the role of the
massive US. economi t L provocative! temptress danced
and arms assistance program + ,, Into the audience and pinched
which got going after the Indo- cheek.
LSs Chinese states, became Independent "I dont want any children
in 1954 totaled S21 billion taught to dance like that for any
> by the end of fiscal year 19K excuse whatever," Blerleia told
t It amounts to' about UQO mi. the school board.

lion a year now around hal Krtsti. a* a mult, was or-
I economic and half military not GROUND VIEW-When seen from the ground and Hewed up close, the shown her being lowered Into position. At right If an Imprwriv view ot dered not! to dance Into the aadl-
I counting the expenses of some Saturn rocket America's biggest to date, is in awesome sight At left, the eight rocket engines of the Saturo'i first lUg from below. When this enc by the school superintendent -
15.000 \\JS. servicemen then Saturn is being placed Ins gantry at Cape Kennedy. Toe gantry structure lxth of the Saturn rockets li launched, these eight rockets will lift ee Robert Boyc and the play
The Johnson administration I supports the rocket until blastoff and it pulled away during the final model of the three-man Apollo spice ship into orbit around the firth.of director, Raymond Mont The
planning some step-up In the all momenta before launching. The first of three sections of the Saturn U On the Saturn ii pinned the U.S. hopes met on the moon. school! board sent a committee
effort and is urging other countries to watch the play Friday and
to Join in. Among those Saturday
grounding In law In supplying some assistance so ONE IN A SERIES Red China Says Core, whose son Richard
government, In administration far are Australia, Britain. Canada bad a part In the play said, "1
and In inowfedg' of Florida, France, West Germany, Mkila Predicted am entitled' I to make this comment
Malaysia, New Zealand and I about the play just umuch
hold promise for a successful South, Korea.Spearheading. State Treasurer's Duties Are Detailed as the rector."
tenure as general
the U.S. aid Programs Economy CollapseTOKYO Blerleln said h* decided en
Is excommunication after
program; a counter.lnlul'tf'n.ry talking
plan costing about $.10 million (AP By a Chinese to Bishop Charles Eennlson of
a year plus another $30 mil. EDITORS NOTE!::Thl* Is another I of Investment Securities of Trust school, end two years as Clay ,...,.... ' I. .unlt.1I account. Premier Kllru.llchlYprPdll'ttd the Western Michigan diocese.tltude .
lion worth of U.S. surplus food. story by the Associated Companies Railroad Assessment I County commissioner. h.s..lahs. one II Nbt.S t..M.N.
the Chinese
Press capital bureau In Tallahires Board. Securities Commission, I In 19H! and 1911: he served as .se.bU T"Ne Inn"....N.11.'.,.. thlt neN N nH economy toward us. Such a situ.
,'ul. IUW4 ,..... would collapse six months after Jon Is quill regrettable" Vunf J
Ex'Corrrspondrnl Dies en the various primary Purchasing Commission, Personnel ; OilY County representative in u hr I* IH* Mh
campaigns, the offices and the Board, Civil Defen Council the Leglslatuie. He was electedto autinTV. ; h* withdrew Soviet technician had told his Interviewer! 'Sine* w*
TOKYO (AP)-George Thorn men seeking them. Today's installment Revenue Commission and the Senate from the 2f.It>th District .IIR: i huMl t. Darts/ from China In 10. not been mentally! prepared
as Folster 37, a former wee. discusses the treasurerof Outdoor Recreation Cnmmlilion.n"rldl" of Rker and day counties TV IU rh ehan..l('ttnedawnnn I Orta.e.wLUY Yung LungKuel member of for such an eventuality, the
correspondent In the Far East Florida.By current treasurer I.J. Is and served In the 19-4 Legislative :TV.: Oiinn.l I: Orl.nd a Red Chinese economic million abrupt Soviet step caused M-
Paid, Palltleil A4vitlMn. sal. for the National Broadcasting! Kdwln Larson, considered the MO"'O."I'ININ' ; to Japan, made this revelation sldersble'. difficulties! \ to our
r.r By K"".. CimM'0"' fait. Co., died Saturday of a heart IXHGLAS STARR IH III. H..i B| II.."" ... economy
of Cabinet He resigned that In
....."1. ."*....,, Cntlrmtn, elder statesman the following session tar. ....111. OorilUSKl an Interview published r
attack. TALLAHASSEE; (AP) Flor because of his long tenure in office to accept an appointment < htokmll In the Economist, a i"
NI..FILLIINI..II ida's state treasurer wean three -23 jean-longer than any loom President Franklin D. In, III., N klom.nn.. .. la I Kits magaxlne. Japane"l
.. ,. major hats because he has three other man In the office. Roosevelt ai Floilrls. collector of I M 121, Lv x U pHI T. ..*..* He did not ..

11 i KEEP major titles among his many duties Larson won the office In the Intel nal revenue, a pout he held Ito lit,:, .N.w..>.,c.M WMthw. a,.,.* shchev by name but his refer I
1940 elections and took the oath until 1940 when he ran lor and III tIC K.*iIII come to "a certain person Is LIVE '
',' : '\ John H. Smiley In the Sunshine! State, the I ot office In January 1941 H* won the office of treasurer Itl l I, Muntlr-linlil I'''1 >... the standard phrase used for
treasurer also is state fire marshal won every four.year election During his 23 years In office, HI, ABO N o.*. describing: the .tllwl.t leirter
.a and state insurance com since. Larson was elected' president of III niMm Q. In describing: the collapse of
OF missioner (OMB: IN 1K1 thiN national associations rovei Hn. nun, win\ Tr>.*t the "Crest Leap Forward
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION The treasurer's office Is an old lie came to Florida In 121 'ing the functions ot his oitlceTJ tlI, U i-i)'I Mil,,u.r*. Mil Llmluli *l tare M aster Yung admitted there were
constitution office dating bark twn lays alter rerelvtan, '. nsttnnsl associations (If( se T. Tl| tk* TnilhI "som* Meet and errors la our
to 1849 when Florida became the ... ISM >. fln lxu i'I' wn.... GnnerwMly ,
,YOUBU COUNTY administration d.grwfrom tuntles administrators, IrisW\ : 400 speaking wewed.
37th state. In the past lit years Allegheny\ tPs<< >)> College. to" aneej commissioners and stale i'J tie...;;t :: inexperienced, or UtUe e*. @00a
I DEMOCRATIC FKIMABT. MAT I Florida has had 16 help develop Keystone auditors;comptrollers and U.;: {n A' :SU. sun perleneed In planning work" J
Welling Tsgtthsr Far Centln1 Ixctllmc The primary duty of trf'lIurer"j In Clay County. urers "II : : ''!: Natural disasters for threeconsenilfve !
<( that Is, to stand or of Keystone Heights, ried and the father of mll'l lie, !*! "v...J...*". '*''"' 'I horrihl In 10. were the pit i. /
warrants checks-Issued by ma years as principal of th daughters. III .!... mary cause, he said, and the
sate In addition the treasurer ..".. ll .AM.....:..N... 'Soviet Union's' unilateral declslon .
I* m
I Is charged with depositing state &I.II lil TUliekti to pull all Soviet techni COOK
funds In accepted' banks and 100,000-rOVbO/ PA WADS FORECAST i N.r. JUswt runs out of China" was f
CHECK all of the I M ifs E till//
YOUR keeping. state necurities. II : v;; W.HN second

INSURANCECovERAtE i'' .tOl l Citi>Ul-. .. TV ,M.rtmwlBf H* said Khrushchev "also
treasurer A* date tire marshal the Giant Seen I ;! :, .:in/ **k.*. r.uul.e cas'.dOtte In f nun'All, discontinued: supplies cf plants, I
Investigate fire, enforce Space Cargo .f ,.... Swn<*f 1.n ...... Important raw and other meterials <
safety regulations, and i i to Its, Of more. than 190
control tile storage sale and D.Land Radio construction Items allegedlycompleted c@ooa
TODAY use of explosives and gasoline. WJBS WOOO or rMUy completed

Aa state Insurance commissioner I'I SUNNYVALE Cslif. (AP) The superlsuncher would be 14** K e. IKS K.0.DELANO by Soviet aid Important ply
the treasurer supervises Unprecedented' 100.000 pound I as tall ai a :2* story building and -- aid facilities are not deliveredyet
T Conrad the licensing of insurance companies pa)loads soon can be hurled weigh, more than seven million PUBLIC I, I
e Company and their and ad .
agents Into orbit by m..prodllcl'ISIOlid pounds.It 'In general trade Ins the
justers. He also enforces the rocket motors locked Into would cost surMtintlslly LIBRARY Soviets took a sort ot unfair at
NEW YCfcKELECT: :<, :-l /7. torlsts to be financially responsibility clusters, says an. aerospace ex less than a launch vehicle of the 191 W. Rich AT, SLEEP
law which requires motorists same payload capacity using an It Open Tonight Until 9
to befinandally responsible Such loads would be seven all.liquid propellant, Adelman
In case they cause dam time greater than the heaviest says ATHENS
rSRettlttttt age. Injury or death. the Russians have been known
In addition to these major duties to orbit. Eastern States Brad y GrrftnlMOBtnLT Lilt Harm Today
the treasurer U a memberof Cylinders of rocket pkwefstacked
22 board and commissions like tomato cans will he Ma. fAPt-Cen. @c ooaO
Smiles Omar N. Bradley was greetedby
which require his constant at. able to loft the 50 ton of useful Soggy, about 1000
tention. These are:: within three yearn" Bar persons GIIIGiub
J. KERMITCOBLE JIOUJIIUlTED\ cargo net R. Adelman, president of I IT Th. AtM..llU4 S>.... when. hometown he returned for tit reiMleittonAt Mn'y.III. &f; [ !
cloudy weather
Th. Budget Commlsslon.bosrd United Technology Center a division
of Conservation board of f commissioners of United Aircraft Corp., bread areas' In the easternhalf the rity'a airport--In his-name !
for State Institutions, of the .nation today with
Board of Education Board ofTrultff" predictsHORK' BnnmnThe more drenching. rails in the Sportswoman
center' I II already producing f' central Gull Coast and la most .
the Teacher Retirement NEW YORK IAPI-Pell. *anirS /
Fund Executive Board of segmented rockets for the of the )11..11111'(11"allf)-. .,. noted" sportswoman your neighbor. C sa
the Department of Public Safe Titan 111 C. which the Air Fore I Heavy rain over th. weekend and charm worker and! daughter I take him to gee s
ty. Trustees of tile Internal Improvement I expect I to be a work horse caused flooding It' acme of financier Renird Ba- TlKlocrifli&isTomorrow
Fund Board of Ad I booster for the next decade of riven and streams along the tech died Allurdl).
Your mlAJatrltl a. Direct Tax dmmission. space Jaulchl",. Mississippi coast fUlnfaJJ In Mrallmnet1tJSr11
.Board*f Drslasgc( rt.ivmUslooers. A pair of five.segment motors Biloxi measured about seven -
Housing Board. Pen- en the Titan UI-C will provide Inrhe" Sunday.Thunderstorm. '
StateRepresentative sine Board. Textbook Purchasing more than two minion poundsof : ) which struck 1
Board. Board for Supervision of Un-nit thrust. The vehicle Is i Pensaeola, )'|.., furwiay night' LJBOULEVARD
form el Bond For scheduled for Its Ant flight I dropped ! laches of raw, I
Surety tests It 1965. ,i In a six hour petted The .heavy.
IjIJ; Board for fixing Value. Each steel.jacketed segmentof I, rain bell over most ",f the MiasisslpH ,..! M .Is n* NI At T.I. QqH'8

the first,stage booster U 19 \ Valley extended through .JM Te A Mantel.
FLaAta '''..CI''YWALKER I the Missouri, Valley I LL
feet in diameter and weighs
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and light rain was '
rockets last a newMe reported lathe
twoounc FHMAIT *. Last year the renter test upper" Great Lakes region) I 1JItfl, .f tl.'see"roc

MAT.VOTE flrM a cluster of 24 smaller I aft k* th* northwest quarter of at.eee MOTION PICTURE!
solid fuel segments, four six- th* '.'N.
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Has New "Charge 4t4 Athletic Vigor Seen In Kelly Campaign : I

Behavior Rule EDITOR'S NOTE: this Is the And this one, too, ended like

I fourth in a cedes of articles\ on the TNt:

the methods and flavor of the "Th Go Team ta on the field.

campaigns the six Democrat WeVe going an over the Mate
One?of the cliches of our time Is that "nuclear Ie candidates for governor of scoring touchdowns t'IIfH"day.."

fcombl have made war unthinkable"-untktnk{ Florida.By .

able in the sense that we can no longer fall back _LtOAC NOTICE-

armed force to settle international arguments. CHARLES STAFFORD NOTICE TO CRtDITORIis
on THE C: U 1I V'j's Jyutars
There is an athletic vigor ,YH'RT is AW( WR voiriiAcot
Too lJuch-if not all-of human life and human K
about Scott :VTT FLORIDA PRO.
Kelly's campaign
civilization would be wiped out. ,1I1tTF,1CESTATE
for governor, a flavor of the OF
Actually the immense destructive of I'DKI.I.K, M VARNBa, DlNMMtilTc .
power locker room at half.time, the all iradlton mud >U ntraoni
the atom has forced men to think about war as 15th round of h..vln* claim en .
a championship net will MUt:
J never have before in history and in this T"u. and ..<-ti .f oat are hrbrKntmMl
fhey fight, the last lap of a breath- and. rwinlnd to ...-..nt
lips for the future any rlalma l and d.mad. .'ltl< our hope leas four
act } bid for a minute mile itlir, of ym,. may haw KalnutIh

In the stable world of 1914, after a century "Join the Go Team" obviously ,.,.,drraa. or.d.BfUtLLW!lilt :of Volutlar MVARVEH ..

without! a major international conflict, war was is more than a campaign tlogan. ',jn,,r' "" "rld". tn Iho H.,. John
H) inrlm ounly JudK nf Vn.
also "unthinkable." But the tragic fact was that It Is an expression of Kel sit I r,M," ('uuut,. ill his offlo. In the
('''' u\' i niirthotiM In DrLknit. Vn.
because the leaden of that day did not think e ly's restless energy, a testimonyto I,".i,. "Cointv. Florida,, "within six
I''"nth' from the date of Ib. fintp
about war and its consequences, war came. Its his love of sports. SCOTT KELLY ,hll, ml MI ""."f. All cr.lm" end
drnwml not presented within th*
results are part and parcel of the crises we face His Is a campaign that runt 11m. and hi' the manner praarrlhl .
1 against the clock never beatingit Ing I don't mean race tracks, heal >hall lit hatred a pn.Yld.d .
today. but always putting up a stout I mean gambling" :'nrt' AP, KM
The first child of 1914 was World War II. Its effort. "I'm against it, Mann" said De"dPd AilmUlntratitr. V. OAM"H.rA
of the ..I.t.of .
grandchild is the Cold War, whose specter of JJr And so it was on. a recent Kelly i-l'DKLLh: )M.\ VARM08MOTICI

been bones dar. Well you don't get my Th.'nerd
atomic Armage4don )has chilling our 'Ao&MI..tIJ.l
t tIt vote, said the barmaid. ,
for {irtese nearly 20 year It began In a flurry for the OF ,tAUt .
Lakeland state a e n a tor. He KENT TO KITCHENA IV THKKl;SllL KEV.KNTII .
Suddenly-but not accidentally-it may be showed late at his hometown CIRC'trrT Of I
up grin skidded over the Kelly FLORIDA IV AND FOR VO-
that something resembling real peace is breaking( airport in a battered old car, face "Mam" he said, "If you LLKIAOrNTY, il
out. : chauffeured by a fanner. Ills find a candidate who says he Is mrlnlon D. ,

N. own car had run out of gas, and In favor of It, let me know." J B, OLEAMON.: JR.loran. (Admlnln.trktor I
Johnson called for "rea- .
recently of Vetrana
he flagged down the firat one to And then he headed Into the Plaintiff,

toned agreement instead of ready aggression" in come alone.TbJrty.ttve. kitchen looking for another hand I.1OnARn; A. I.ATTIN and '
dealing with world problems. ur t ; sat hundred feet above to shake. MARIA U LATTIN., hi. wits,
the gridiron flat land of Multi- At Sarasota the Kelly Girls PefendantNotkk .

There is nothing new about this lofty idea, of ta hereby given. that under
west Florida Kelly read newspaper cheerleaders of the Kelly cam and by virtue of Final' Deire.
course. It is as old as war Itself. account of the other un.d1d.t. paign Joined the candidate. In this I cause Circuit t Jfe.Ha: MATHAS.
Clerk of the Courtohi t
What is new la that it is no longer a platitudebut ..' doings and sayings Clad In their two piece green County. Florida. will. Mil to the,
ht"b..., bidder for ...h. the 101.|
"I see Mathews has said and dresses and Kelly-
international behavior. orange
is becoming a rule of kmlnc property to.wltTh / :
again that I would repeal the Intangibles tor.Governor hats the attractive
Despite Cyprus, Viet Nam, Berlin and a dozen North TS fret of the South
tax told
he publicist young women went ahead of the 2(5 fet Jo.t: of 'Ih. County
other old and new points of friction between Elmer Rounds "I've never laid candidate handing out his liter Rind Blmk 140 and the North

East and West, the world has moved steadily ... that. I think I ought to hit ., of 76 the fet Wost of the till South I..t 01 at Blu'le feet

,...._.. ... _._ .., .......... back." "We'ie late," said Rounds."Where's lit, Lake Helen ai-cordlnv to
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back from the nuclear precipice it stood on duringthe : "I don't know Scott," said Scott" sod man. 138.In Map Pnhllo Book Remrda I I. Pax of..Vo.It

Cuban missile crisis in 1962. .4SIIlNGTON JlERRr.cO.ROUND riS I DELAND SUN NEWS Rounds.' "I don't think he's hurtIng "He Just disappeared into the OtTHFH luala County with, for rlorlila fnllnwtn, TO.

I This does not mean that the possibility of war you." barber shop" someone said peraonal property; Manic ('hef
MONDAY, APIA27,1164y! EXPLAINED: THEORYAs A few minutes later after a 0.. Range M..... lla* Hefrlir.rrator .
has ceased to exist and we need no longer worry and Klcctrlo Thor
he weighed a decision K..I.Iy sally into the meat department Wa.heri
about it, or that the Communists have abandoned explained his theory of the
LBJ Talks Of Nuelear Cut at the North Front Door of the
their goal of making the world unsafe for de campaign Court; Jfou. In Uef.aail. Voluela
r I READERS'FORUM "I don't mind fighting," he County Florida' on May J, toot at
mocracy. 'levn o'.I""k. a m.
I said "I've boxed a lot, played Thl'. eerie l IT h* mule pursuant,
There is still plenty of unrest in the world, football. But when It comes to InHistory to a Final I>ecre* of foreclosure
In th* ram of J. M. Dleaaon Jr. ..
and the Communists are trying and will continueto At Bipartisan BreakfastDREW politic I Just don't like to take 'Administrator of V.trrans' Af-
fin. v*. l onard A. l..ttln and
try, to profit from it. But more and more frequently off on the other candidates. Now Maria M', I and then though you have' to. *, In th*. Clriult Conn Rev.
they are' being brought up short by the Th. DoLI' Sun Nwt wtl.*m... "The only thing we have to .nth nd 10''o'uo Judlc'lal' Circuit,. County of Florid Florida. In,

"Stop" sign of nuclear: war. PuasO4W.wUNGTON : him Russia's confidential file on f<.irl, frm The Its name mitn of the.It writ tub .. determine U when 'they slam Chancry No. tl!.425, IHvlalon )
must. bs sod. the eddr.u whether well hit bark: ... ""l* 54th day of April; ,
: More and more, internal dissension is racking President Lee Oswald. slated ut, We It The A oUlti( fnt A.IL 19.4.

the Communist world Itself-the" Chinese-Bus- Johnson was entertaining Republican The State Department advised .right"res.tao. Th.cut Utttri paps *vtr Nnrves 250 wor the.. can counterpunch, and If you've Today U y A Monday>naltd Prn April 27, Clek JE/tI 01/ Circuit)fATHA8.Court
In IHUrt fddrtiMdthtri tt done
and Democratic leaden against the reply but the new Itngth. any boxing you know (SEAL)
the 118th of 1964. There are .
I la ptrientlltinihtr day t
r dtallng
\ ian feud, Russia's economic trouble the growing of the House and Senate at President, wrote It anyway thin public IIIUM *' necapUbl :, that's the most dangerous kind 2 IS days left In the A-!-7
of the Eastern : : satel breakfait to give them a firsthand though the State Departmentmanaged 1 *. In r pre the of fighter" year.Toosy' NOTICE '
European .
i earn. and. addre.a .1 t". write. highlight In history: A Puhllr Heartn will held
report on his step "away to extract some of Itt Will b. wll"h.ld but they must "In this campaign the other On this date In 1822. UlyssesS t Monday' May II. 1064 at 7. :Hock
lites.More from the brink" In curtailing warmth before the letter was be knew., I. the" .dlt. five candidates are at each P.M. by the Zonlnr Board of Com.mlalon 5 'r
Grant 18th president, was
and communism Is being forced r'* of County Commlnalnner I -
more, nuclear other all the time he aid.
materials. finally sent born at Point Pleasant, Ohio Dlatrlct' Vo U of Voluala, (Coun
to Compete with democracy against a backgroundo Law "I don't know how the peoplecan ty Florida at th* County (Comml-
The breakfast opened with a Again when Johnson's recent Agency Grant served In the Mexican loner; Office. S3 4 N, [Mil .Free.wy .
,peace And it"is In peace that demoCracy little ribbing of GOP Leaderttaillf AP speech was drafted Slat.DfopartmI'nt make up their mlndi The War then turned to farmingand New Hmyrna Beach Florida
other candidates aren'tj talking for the .
purpose of oon ld rlnJ <<
Hallerk. advisers lucked In real estate. In the Civil
thrives.As "Charlie," laid LBJ "you one paragraph which spoiled Wills }Praise about what they stand for. War, he was commissioned a Th."". "*twth A< lee feet\ aMl Oh.wept .. .L
President Johnson said on the 15th anniversary of the Johnson toward ; "I couldn't win that way I aid, of mat Road sod th*
complained about that thick pait gesture colonel and eventually was north 00 ft on went Hue of Nay
But he better relation have no confidence !In that kind of 1IJ1J" Smith of ..n......- In K...
: of NATO; "Our guard is up. Texts\ bacon we've served you winning Editor Sun Newt: of campaign" given command of all Union ln. 4. TownMhln li Houth. Run.
added "our hand is out." In the pa t. I want you to know with Runs I*. It also preventedthe My most heartfelt thanks to troops by President Abraham I. Bant. containing 2 ayea'o to
Kelly aid his home Is the hub .
bouts trailer '
that I Instructed the cook to speech from being publishedIn the men of the iheiiff office In of his campaign. Lincoln Thropetty plac/ I II located In B.n pn
prepare thin.cut Yankee bacon the Soviet. DeLand They are men with On this date Junction webs of Hlrnwa 1T *
"I stay at home as much ts In s and I.I *wn...rt by R. A. rmUry, Blur
for Charlie Halleck That read 1891 ground war broken
especially paragraph
.... heart, feeling understanding I I don't Rout. r>*Hrv. Vnina' t ltn, i..,
Moat of the breakfast, However "The Communists, using force and most of all, kindness can even though get for Grant't tomb in New York JI'1nrkt..ObJoeUon.. If any. .III hebe.rd.

was a serious though and Intrigue, seek to bring abouta An Orlando couple staying at as much sleep that way I seethe City .
children little I. Tou are .. u..'*'' t* attend aurh
It .
DZAKABBT. A. optimistic report by the President communist.dominated world. the Wishing Well Mobile P.rkWII'f 10 as In 1882, the American poet b.artn If yaw pro lntratd In the
on how he had worked out Our convictions: our Interests expecting their trailer to He sped/ h I I. campaign Is and essayist, Ralph Waldo onlna. of rid land

the historic Joint move with our life as a nation, demand we arrive from Orlando about 7 grated to provide him six hours Emerson died. Hoard' *f Knntn (Commlwloner for

Nine Children Khrushchev to cut back on resolutely oppose that effort. p.m. FrIday. The man retried of sleep nightly, but "to me In 1939, Gen. George C Mar. : ?,unly hire Commlalonrf of Voluila County LMatrlctN ,
Plutonium. This activity and thin alone lathe from the Navy \It quite Ill and three or four hours of deep St shall was appointed chief of Panda

i :Ifs explained that he had cause of the cold war be. hit medication was In the trailer home Is worth" twice that muchon staff of the Army. By: JOHN BORVMASV.halrmak

taken It with Khnuhchovboth tween us." The 15.foot trailer had left the road. In 1944, Allied forces com. RUTH .II:. TREAD! a.U...

But No Love In an up exchange of letters WSNTXPRAVD.% Orlando at 5 o'clock, but it was TOPICS DISCffMCD pleted the occupation .of IIollandla. -" _H:'_ -" ry' *""&"''$
i after 10 o'clock when we learned Kelly landed at Fort Myers, ""
and also through American paragraph alluding to .NOTICI Of
that the trailer was stuck Inland greeted hit local supporters 1945 American and Rutatan UNDER SULK
J ttvf the the of communism
spread by
aJi4aAD. reprsent, at Geneva "
south of DeLand.A and in a convertible riding Into the ElbtRlvf't'
troop met.; at
disarmament talks. He aluo force was just what the Russlana HAVING CLAIMtfOnVDIMANOI,
wrecker pulled the trailerout town discussed "Ith'thrH of at Torgau, 'cutting Germany AOAINtT JMr '
discussed It with Soviet Ambaxiador have been battling the Chinese .
of the tandtrap, but It It them what he should speak out ''In '. :' t-i mtx-w CRAB cOjtlleTh. ; : \ sl .
two J.
Anatoly Dobrynln.But about. The Chinese have claimed endwraen.d Intend. to: p,,.
DEAR: ABBY-: When was IT I married a man I did revealed that communism must be unlawful to move a trailer after on at local appearances. It was Ten years ago Two congressional baa. In bulk tb. Hook *f Same,
lot love just to let away from my mother I thought I spreadby dark or on Saturday or Sunday. like a coach going over strategy commltten' opened ware buMmaa or Situ mcrehandlM, a ad or, the
Johnson he had force and revolution. Khrushchev or .qulpmeet mud
would leant to love him but now I know that I never The sheriff department was with his staff hearings on step to recover If In _....-tl". vilh that, rertaln,
hat claimed nuclear li
will. Believe me, I have tried. I will be 30 years old tomorrow no definite mlttment too to ride and war the kind enough to provide an escort At a meeting of the Lee County possible, minions realized by I budne FUiKEfO** .r CRAH enterprise. CW INCIB&tld

and t have nine children I just can't stand my com catastrophic to move the trailer to our trailer Commission, before a portrait profiteers In World War U. .t Mswtr. FlurMa, and. to mn

husband any more lie Isn't mean to me or anything that would Khrushchev original must be war revised.doctrine of Marx park. of Robert E. Lee Kelly Five years ago Indian \1"01.. at*uih,l Ie Ml panda". ,'lx l ., AM on May.1 the S.lllIt. .
like that but he It such a pett. J cant explain bow hard go Our thanks for this Invaluable discussed roads and taxes and Prime Minister Nehru made a offl.. .,f R.nlaid" and Petruaka.,
it U to live with someone don't lovt. (Do I make along I until For this the Chinese have help. ChineseCommunists Attorne' al Mu r ram: Robinon -
you my reorganization of the highway strong attack on the Htrp t Orlindc H rld.. .
ell clear) I. can't lust leave with no excuse, and fcan't about ten called Khrushchev a Mrs A. Kryun department denying theirrh'l'IJe all .........* bau M* c-lalm" i>r "*.".

think ol any .oocIlfOlindl for divorce. Is there an minutes before 'revisionist," the worst name Wishing Well Mobil Minutes later he openednew a that the Tibetan revolt admonlhe4_lid. aalhpf the 'piidor av*
hit to nl''ft the
he made
!in the communist lexicon and Park.
AII.wer1' the of 1mperiallttt ., ih* acid (
Fort Myers headquarter' was work British Lined al hrs. of Row.
New York e"'ta worse than calling Mr. K Peiruaka W ... Sable.Inn
BORED speech to theAssociated' "Bible. Ham Sound about a mile off on si favorite theme: as the and Indian expansionist II'..... or""' ....... Florida, en of-
a reading buffoon an .
f. *i before red, dai.. .. aDATBn
I jc >
bullnejsman pctra :
DEAR BORED Have a talk with yeur rlertyman 'EAIUO unrequited lover of the West who thor lat Saturday, killing the "only practicing private !'ago : CU'ban y at 41..1.""", . or a They will give ju? a refresh Press made himself a laughing stock lour men aboard. In the race for gover One yes! n 7. MjJU tote JIM .... ef Aarl' tr

cow** la hew to trait* a |* .( a marriage you have bcm *. How do we know the Russianswill by being soft on Imperialism On the Alaska National Guard nor." he promised "a business Prime\ Mlnitter Fidel Castro 5.0. tlUU/exnt'RO: '*'
*" plan were Ma). Gen. Thomas administration by a business flew to Murmansk on the first HORKH. VC. ICy
bored with. I..aa think *f ala geed reasons vky live up to the agreement which the Chine also called .
cell ......4. (cOt I nuke mj.*lf e..m. ) asked Rep. Lea Arends of Carroll adjutant general of man." leg of a month long visit to the /-RICHARD A. MCWM4 Pn 01 datA

Illinois, the Republican whip. him.The State Department obviously Alaska, Lt. Col. Thomas Norrli. He rolled northward on U.S. Soviet Union 1d

DEAR ABBY: One day after school my girl! friend Johnson replied that he didn't afraid Johnson would be Anchorage pilot, Ma]. James 41, speaking at shopping renters.

sad I were standing around In front of the school talking : there was no way to be called 'toft on communism" Rowe Anchorage copilot and A sound truck would pull

to a bunch of boyt. All of a sudden one of the boys laid : though h* felt hopeful Inserted the above paragraph In T. Sgt. Kenneth Ayers, Anchorage In, set up a microphone la frontof a"'w1e b irsrtare Puvriea.

something real dirty. I was so embarrassed 1 didn't the Russians would. But It the AP speech even though It flight engineer a supermarket and Kelly Biblical v

know what to say so 1 Just Ignored It. My brother three( i n't matter h*. added for put the United State In the Search: boats recovered only would begin his talk promisingto ...
a senior) was standing there at the time and he didn't security needs are idlydespite position of not believing Khrush- wing tanks, an oil\ tank a briefcase "four-Ian* U.S. 41. the main JCBOUItWs .Stan* aimitamuktrtMi I N w

say a word. Later I caked him why he didn't say tome- the cutback. The ehev't in his battle with the aa unlnflated life raft and street of th* west coast" .
thing t. th* boy who used the In front i a head rest from a teat.HJUHONEIBEDINT1MS. With feet spread a hand "rtIop'- nth**.***
dirty language
di'amatte Chines communism
iciest then mad the 0.prudln, ,...., ".... .1jiir
1 el( me and he said\ K waist his place to say anything. statement that the United by force jammed tats a coat pocket, ale kra-fmr um i sct.C

1 should have flood up for mytelf. I always thought a States has tea times Its needs At a result, word from the ".. booming, he resembled a' DOwquubid MSlMftaf

girls! brother was supposed to see that his sitter was la fissionable materials Kremlin II that full publicationof coach delivering the half.time Urn**.d II n I UcalItArtkanM **** locthl4Arerr y

treated with respect. Or am I mistaken He added: "W are not goingto \ the Johnson speech was as a r. Aa., pep tilt M fertan r

SOUTHERN: HIGH FRKSHMAX use nuclear energy aa a WPA seriously debated, finally turned Tn* speech done h* shook .e= 14 M asWpalyee.w

project" down because of hit one paragraph c bands Any hand, every hand. :II its t
DEAR FRUIIfMANl' 1'w are not uMake. 1'wrbottler Republican leaders on the 0. ( $ SOM& f ot.KsI If there w*
11 mush have kswwa !hitter ( Mm d. ___ wet looking for one. lscavM", 25 nenwg 41 .u a du4aq 4eGW.y' yel whole seemed *atl tW> I tso teuatset bI'( "'a, ,J.Ibwl.dpSet/JtnrakM)
low. RESPONSIBILITYWhen: Crash. Kills Four la a bar U North Port Chan EIwM4Ws. es o. ...., aaedawnt a10aWIMe as

toss becomes ........ AtP' hot N0TNIM'LzP' lotto he pained' lot a glass of e4- III Tye. g5 Mara d..+ hoed gt

DEAR ABBY Our daughter Is planning to be mar dent of the United Stales" remarked VALDE2 Alaska I tAP) A "ro Ia" NAPP'1WID water and J Ignored the commentof n now rh.led are ey at Ragout 4IAc- qAt w f

ried this summer She has always wanted a large church I Presidential adviserthe plan which had just left Gov. the tough talking barmaid fly's'..
:H i
wedding with a while gown attendants ttc:. Tie young other day "and when he, William Egaa at the \'aldf'aro ,t J that -U the good old days a If JI 1 oeeeWy__ .

man she I II marrying was married briefly a few yean inertly by picking/ up the telephone port plunged Into Prince WUIt < candidate act up the bar before 1\,..--

i ago but his wife died. He Is from out of state, and no ran atatt a worldctlutnephe a* pawed tilt his cards" ere.Akre..ear.... kfJJ.

en* who will attend out wedding attended his first, excepting / It gives him a new .. ..,Jt,.lrhlbah "Hey )'eU." she ..Id. "!low do brlp. t
.( course, .Ms Immediate family. A friend told end profound Hens of responsibility Jell start M kgalHUg gamblt .

an, that it would shot very poor tatt for my daughter / eaty race" "'"$a.. a supermarket. Kelly tiled .t..w ,
t* bav6 a big elaborate wedding, with all the trimmings, "With each ol the two Presidents > r* W'I'hol"':: lat* ta* ctIIIvert1ble cad weal ea uhl2WsR 1

when the groom .has already bed through cite Is thistrue under whom I hav* served >tfcruti l4hr I. tMLaM PnbltriiiKf to another speech IrRkat. r-r't : mi .

? Kennedy lad Johnson." said Company at lit **ui* *, _.*..1 tlwsrMe sucaL"m" ,

I MOTHER IN DOfBT the adviser, ibis ha. rained Ik wAusrar&* Art ., 11stanS.M.rr* t.Mena I*?*. -_... Collar Prrni.lMU Dif'lUftA'I'OOA '' .
them to start taking constructiveHeps t.=! r..... 1.'< .' E41aa,.. ekJR4ft"P lahrs I r
:::... i '
DRAB MOTHER: X*. Yeur 4a.|Ur soy kat* t. get away from the Jok* H fvrrr n Pro. Juku SPRINGS. N Y.AP .
the HM el e-Yal H. HUM\ ... pideat ***-

.M her was .!... l j ymr "...** foe pr.n.t.>U| M This ls what Johnson has beet | Jknix Mir J R.JtrAi H Adr eslwtrltP4".r Va. of Skldmor College died u Jta.s pI. :

advise WttfcMt kaOWtag tit* 1a4..., doing almost from the wk Juki M: HIM. KATIOXAI.: MtrKKKKVTATirrsJ after ea. Illness of sw 1l4a .
after h* assumed office. He IMSJiad. M Purr * W Friday 11ef:
I COMTDENTUt TO W W.I ".. thaI w .U bare a however, com minor opmillion foe DC.!.w Irti J*, ,N.T. Bnn. k era! werk Wilton, a active of I tz.-t

alMrt Lent, M aim bwraw moaoj I* k e repaid al Eaul**." One week after John F.Kennedy's wtkw iUk.-.furTKW PHa.4a.l :races.A1Ev: Oydf' IIIat, Scotland was preside 4 Eppley Mcb.da
death. Johnson pro- Vr .'*rHr, (>*. til I'"> Kit *. *l Colorado Woman's Cbl- Aet.

Get It off your chcit. For a personal unpublished! posed writing a letter to Khrushchev mMtka. .**tee tk,t*|:l Tkr Tl;*Ot. M.*.nili no, .<..k.MOn 10.1 : leg ta Driver seven yean be : bed. Flt. .

reply, writ to ABBY. Box ttbl, Beverly Hill. Calif thanking him for hi Itgrecdeated Hv nH On >..'. 5i 1 I. .>) ? 4J.aP aq June atevming UM SUdznor.) .
_tkd lit W; tkr.. iMatktj II :.\0''
ZACIOM a stamped, seUaddrMicd cavelop action la tending Mk ....,... II,II, pretbteacy la 1KT.

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Mrs. J. Ferrara VFW Auxiliary I Uoipital Record /

The regular meeting of the

1 Installs OfficersOf Halt, West Voluila' Women' of the MooN, will be
Members Attend.
,". Nllawr.t ....... MM held at I p.m., tomorrow at
..... ......... -- ...... Mus. the Moose Lodge. The executive
cJfor Church Circle
.. D.L..1I4I I." N.w..sdal
WomenHUMTMt District board will meet at T pra., lathe .
MeetingTwelve ; ; : !
<< I'lch' Memorial ladtoa lounge.
& feC\ Mri. Jam** Fwran, pmldentof

the Rosary-Altar Society\ installed Yt member of the Ladle ADMISSIONS! Thomai Walter 137V4 S. Julia

HUMTMt, editor the new officer of the "11a Auxiliary to the Veteran of Medical: Ton A, Nle enthal. Av.
St. Monica' Orcie! of St. Peter1 Foreign Wan attended the Die Eau Gallle; ory1qa How j'

Rosary-Altar! Society at a recent trlct right meeting at the Recreation I arth. DeBary, Owen Tutor, Alf DISMISSALS
Florence Harris Assumes meeting at the home of Mn. Le- Hall at the MelbourneAir E. Minnesota Aw : Mrs. France Mrs Michael T. Asbury and

land Vandiver chairman. Base yesterday I II. Self, Peaceful Haven Nursing Infant daughter, DeLeon Spring,
Standing by a statue of the NEA Going from DeLand were: I IMrs. Home. Mri. Lillian Naught 437 W. .1

Blessed Lady adorned with gt dM akltw .a Lollle dark, president of Church St., Mn Shirley L. ,
BPWCInstallation .11.
Office In District _
floral arrangement, Mn. Fer vlel the local auxiliary bin Marie DISMISSALS; Yates. 1195 Cecil Ave. : Walker

rara Installed the new officer Root president-eta and number Billy Joe Mahaffey, 1009 N. Infant daughter 823 W. May St

for the year. They are Mrs. FERTILIZE, PRUNE DEADWOOD one delegate; Mr. Edna I IKlpp. Shaylor Ave.. Mrs. Mildred 1.

of new officers wa Frank Hayes chairman, Mn. to Give Trees a Boost. Mn. Ethel Tyler and Sirs Wallace Eustis; Miss Kathryn r.r the
featured at the district four Richard Basso, co-chairman; Bertha Klngsley, also delegate Glenn 709 N. Boundary Ave.,
meeting of the Business and Professional Mr*. Daniel Lascellei\ secretary. Mn. Neola Stout. Sirs Mary Lisa Kersey 340 N. Spring Garden Hard of Hearing I

Women' dubs yesterday treasurer Watch Trees For Die-Back Dean Mr. Irli Bla.iky, Mil. Ave., Mn Charles Thompson
In Leesburg. The Community Mrs. Vandiver opened the business Minnie Camp. Mn. Kathryn GUI, 190 W. Calvin Ave.; Arthur la DeLaad at I

House in the Venitian meeting with a prayer on Mr. Loretta Baker and Mil.Fiance B Granger 302 S. Boulevard; BEARDEN'SDRUG

Gardens was the setting for the charity and a poem entitled By ALLAN: S"t:: sos hole, often exuding trau That Flftner, who live In Charles H. Yournan DrBary.
Installation ceremony Prayer on the QT." by Paul Indicate borer. In dogwood Eau Galllv. but retain member'ship SHOP
You have noticed this 1I1' Memorial
Miss Helen Parades, State Brnzaquin. A talk on the Green may ash linden, locust apple and in DrLand Auxiliary t'
BPWC president installed the Scapular, which Is. like tho year that tree top are dying I peach boren usually Invade the Mr. Camp served! a* banner MK.rI\! DAIGHTIK: SM Fait New Yerk Ave.TUESDAY .

following new officers: Harriett Miraculous Medal, a gift of the back, a limb here, a branch I lower trunk Sugar maple borer bearer at the meeting and Mrs Mr and Mn. Everett S. Wig- ,

Matt, Lakes of Leesburg Club t slwtr Blessed Mother of the Daughters there, scattered deadwood are found at stepladder height.Boren Blasky and Mn Klngsley were gins, 608 S. Montgomery Av., 10 1
teller for the election of officer! tun. to pan.
district director Florence of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul through: the crown. in birch and hickory are the parents of a dalljlhll'rwf'IKhlng
DeLand BPW Club as- was given by Mr I Mr*. Margaret Hood. St. Cloud, R. W. Pestle C..aI..atAldl.cram..I'Utlll
Harris Hayes This la chiefly caused by an prefer the topa of trees then right pound, 1JH ,,
listing district director Ula Enrollment OrenwayMn. accumulation of drought injury I work downward. and Mn. Klngiley were prevented ounce, born at T.:06 a.m. April AoerleaHEARING

Mabry. Eustls BPW Club re- z Basso explained brieflythe over a period of yean It Is Borers tunnel deep Into the personal guts from Mrs. rr. I II Repairs
cording secretary: Pat Riley forthcoming enrollment of Gertrude Ntglevoort for their
made worse by secondary attack wood. Bark beetle work Just
Ocala BPW club, corresponding the Confraternity of the Most contribution of publicity the ADMISSIONS! AID
by borer and bark beetle beneath the bark. Both. Insect .I
secretary, Jo Peck, DeBary Holy Rosary which will be held In some varletlethe decline and kill district press bonk. John Stldham DeLand. Jerry
damage by girdling a
Officer elected for the coming L. Cook. 136 N. Stone St.; Mn. CENTER141MagMKaAa.
.BPW Club treasurer at 7:30: p.m. May 14 at the meeting li marked-la oak maple ash tree.
toFlorence of the Rosary-Altar Society year wen: Mn. Nora Glllen- I Emma Lawson Seville, Mil,
t Miss Parede! speaker thankedthe and
hickory. Prune the crown, of tree .
pie New Smyrna Beach president Hugh Puff Ounce City, Jesse
enrollment 1* a ceremonyand
district for their cooperation Here what weakened
usually happens by drought or any
Mn. SI. Mr. Clara l.eII
la ; Hood Cloud ian Klnchen. DrLand; hyteM
conducted once a inthe
throughout the year and gave year : When a root diet a little case Pruning. compensate for I .
ion ice president; Mrs, Kill Willt') 341 N. Clue Ave.
I many interesting point on the DeII1f'mbt'n of the crown dies, too. Then a I root lost Remove all dead wood, McGordle Cocoa Beach Junior I _- --.. -
of the
various material available Rosary-Altar Society.Mn. little more. Soon bark beetle too.
Mn. Katherine
which should be passed on to Hmrbtous the .annual Ferrara Mothf'l'.DauRblf'r announced' that and boren arrive. Scale and Then feed the tree liberally. Jones, Melbourne, chaplain; Mr, Vole for and Elect
the new officer for their infor gall forming Insect multiply I Feeding stimulate new growthnd Sophia Bryant Longwood. trea-
oration and aid. She commendedthe : Communion Breakfast will beheld Tree* are In trouble. restore lost vigor. It also
Mn. Mn. Loll Howard Caasrl-
past president; urer;
district on membership and Mary Canwell past state president following on Mother'the B o'clock Day, May Mass 10,, Check your trees for hot like fend off borer attack. berry condurtm; Mn. Nagle- JOHN F. :
the club con
her hopes are that ; Mis Marie Bowden, past The breakfast will be served In I wont Mr. Margaret' Crow and
and do '
tinue the interest greater state president and National the parish hall All ladle of the Mrs. Klngiley, trustee McCALLUMDISTRICT
thing than ever before. chairman of world affairs com- Rosary.Altar Society and ladle Sidewalk CafeIs I Mn. link. kcal auxiliary,

The District Director' Awardof mittee; Miss Mary Wilkinson of the parish are Invited. Ticket Social Notes. was appointed a* number one I-VOIUSIA COUNTY

the year was presented to itate treasurer, Miss Henrietta chairman la Mrs George Rents, color bearer Mn. Klngiley, rtls- .,
the Daytona dub for Its increasein Platt. state business secretary, St There' Circle and general Setting For trlct publicity chairman. BOARD OF

membership by Loll Walker, and Miss VI Shumaker, a member chairman of the event U Mrs and Comments Th. memorial aervlce for >- 'l'I' COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS

district director. of the Jacksonville DPW Richard Calkin, also of St. ceased member was held,
An Interesting workshop was Club. Therese Circle. Golf Club which Included three from DM-

presented by the Lakes and Member attending from De Members who volunteered to Marts, ,wstafINNrtalstser Party Land Mn. Mervll Hyde. Mrs,

Leesburg dub on World Land club were Ruth Mullins work on the nerving' of coffee and : T..tivn,. adNM Kll/abeth Crjer and Mn. Stella (CeusuyWlds lUttUa)
Affairs, using a giant stud .al an .r tstoi.N The party room of the DeLand Smith. Mrs Clarice Yaibrough,
president; Ida Durance, parlia Doughnut after the 10 o'clock N e.. iiiI' ".,.... w.,,"
emblem of the Federation and men tartan', Alva William, MaRl on April 26 were Mn. William rw 11..11 I. ease I Golf Club were transformed Intoa department chaplain was In A BUSINESS MAN WITH
:= :
1. Mlldr.d Mans.. of the memorial' A TAX INTEREST
as each part of the emblem was public relations Pearl Smith. 'Sidewalk Cafe" charge
Saturdaynight '
; TrIbble, Mn. Charles Nets, PIeao Ieaahen. liD .....,.
added an explanation was given deal vice president Mildred Mn. Naglevomt/ reminded all
; Harris Mn. Basso and Mn. as members and guest Add.
of Its meaning The world affaln Pitt and Helen Dowdy personal Hayes. Marlon Stanley' returned enjoyed the atmosphere of April district chairmen to get their LlthMtda\ R.' Nw.eS Paid I ::./rl"

theme was carried out In the development committee; Helen Chairmen Named to her home at 9M S. Houlevaif:, in Pails report In by May 1 which la the r .,........,)

table decorations with dolls of Roland second vice president; Mr. yesterday from Baltimore, Md, deadline.
Hayes, chairman namedthe Artificial tree outlined a
Time and place of the peat
all countries. Mary Leary historian Myrtle where she visited her son and ...
following chairmen to believe. Champ Klywei:
Announcement were made of serve I I meeting" will!' be announced afterW ---
Leonard world affairs chairman daughter in lay, Mr. and Mra.Halter
with her Artist casein .
for this year; showing Frrnrirpicture which
coming event: open house by and Mrs. Harris. Guests at- Stanley and their four department convention
altar care; Mr. Joseph weie In evidence, as well
the New Smyrna Beach Club to tending were Mn. A. F. Thomas month old son, Scott harle. *. fora will be held In Cocoa lieach,
be held from 2 till 5 May 3, Nardandrea, publicity; Mri. week. She ax a wrought Iron flower rail Jun. 1114. The meeting" was par
p.m and Mr. Ray KatzRubber was accompanied to FRED KARL
Nardandrea Othen filled with \lolets,
telephone. large
In their new clubhouse; May 13 Baltimore, Md.. by her granddaughter reded by a dinner at Melbourne :
the of Pai'Is
In the serving on telephone committee featuring the Eiffel: Post Horn
will be Federation Day Patricia!
Girl at will be Mn. Arnold Pan- ( Tower dfcniated one wall of tin
Industrial School for
Ocala, and' all BPW members Bridge mil and Mn. Gene Hayford.Mrs. Mrs. J. J. Burnett returned to main dining room and was' a I W. Comb Young Daytona West Volusia's

I e are urged to attend, a* an Interesting Basso was asked to keep a her home In Valdoata Ga., yesterday focal point of interest I Ilcach During the evening Dr.
1 planned yearly record of religious and after visiting her son and 'Beautifully decorated bottle HowrU. pasha of the church,
program being Game Winners with decorated the to the and singing Candidate for Governor :
by the girls of the school.Hostess community activities daughter in law, Mr. and JI... I lighted topers poke group
. I Others present at the meetingwere H. L Burnett, Lake Wlnnemls- "('aret.h1t" xshliii were covered was ,led. by Ens-rest. 1I1'l''ldl/l.
clubs were Bushnell Mr*. Joseph Vlera and with red climbed tablecloths Others were Donald Thornton, I
sett Mr and Mr Burned accompanied -
Ocala, Lakes and with Mn. A. G Besom wa directorat
Leeiburg Mil. Thomas Moulton. Norm night nrcheitra department superintendent, and
by Mrs W. (.nih. I HE STOOD WITH US
135 member and guest present Saturday afternoon' Rubber Following the business and Beach played for dancing The eve.fling' Dr. John V. Vaughan Mr. Ann
Young Daytona drove hisInOIher \
each of the 15 clubs throughoutthe Bridge at the DeLand
program a social period wa' entertainment featured Icy Culp and Dr Elmer: A.Piichad .
District being represented. Bridge. Club, Deerfoot Rd., clubhouse held with refreshment served home. Mix Call Wright In a pnnlomlniu teithi'tiDeodarlM I i IN THE COURTHOUSE FIGHT/ I

f .. Special guests were Mills by the hates qi'OTE FOR THK: IMVt song and dance act; Miss IbhBurnett I !
I. ;
Parede MU Margaret LtskKing's Winner were Mr. Edna Rellry For he who I Is honest la nobl ting rveral mnjff. Ml l ; Jar or bottle witha A... rU r.r y ,'.spalgq 1', weugr R.1an n. "us..) ,
and T. H. Bove first; Mn. whatever his fortune or birth. Jen Flelshul and Miss Shirley/ lining solution of diy mu' )
O. N. Lackey and Mri. William Cary lard and water. dl.i.iI
SomU-tt tang Informally through
I II1It I .
Shop Woodlock second. --- -- -
Beauty Volusia out the evening I
The next rubber bridge game Catholic 'Mk' Set I Prize for the moat attractive e
\ will be 1:30
N.ttM: \ at : p.m. Saturdayat costume were! awarded to Mr.

the clubhouse. Anyone needing 1 MOBILE. Ala. (API-Catho Robert Jon, Mrs Louis Skill Now What Could Surprise Her Moro
I1' WAY partners or further information "! Men InService lie schools In the Mobile Birmingham mm Mr. E. R Klnti and Mr.
SPfOAU $5 call 731.2823. diocese haw been ordered Marshal! Lane A special award

Integrated next fall. wu won by Claude Van Hook
cut into thin
Candied ,
4 Opseslsn ginger The archbUhop of the disease'
... makes excellent addition !.
*. Ap. MM4 H ii strip an ordered the Integration In a )letter

SHAMPOO SIT ...... $UO to grapefruit sectioni. Nicea II read Sunday In Masse of First Baptist Church h
aa appetizer or dessert! t
FleeEserche all churches In the diocese, oetd '

I'SS KITTY HAWK (FIUNGITheodoi made up by the state of Alabama -
21 YMrt lijal IxaerieactMM W. Johnson avla and northwest Florida. Group Has BarBQueThe

Judicial Ka.w-Hiw tlon electronic technician third There are approximately 23.
avant;., class, USN. ion of Mr. and M.... 000 pupili la about 80 elementary Lake Wlnnemlssett horn*
Ted R. Johnson Route two participated schools and 13 high schools of Mr and Mrs. H. L. Burnett
NORTONJOSEPHSON In the Seventh Fleet la the diocese was the setting for a bar bcasdinner
recently for the Adult
exercise "Crazy florae" with Attack
Aircraft Squadron 112 lathe lain a high standard combat das of the First Baptist Church. ,

Far East. readiness. Approximately 79 attended.
The Special guest were Dr, and
operation to
wa designed
At YOUR UNDDATIFr teat the capabilities: of the attack Sprb.gbsardSTUTYGART Mr*. John FloweD Larry Varna-

carrier striking force In conducting Germany All doe, Sunday School Supt., aad r
tir TNO Army Specialist Four Mn. Varna***; Floyd Ho and
operakm! la support ota
+ Small Claims limited war aituatlon while Richard E. B. Warenaford, a Fred Chan, lloaf Kong, two Mac
son of Mr. and Mr*. Bruce M. dens from Stetson, and Mrs
defending against air and sub
WireMford. 901 Clark Av*.. U -'- -
Court Judge marine attack.
participating In Exercise Springboard
The antisubmarine warfare
hie la Vehuia. C." lr aircraft carrier USS Bennington a two-week command I No Nagging
post training exerclae with the ,
you FOR AND ILICT and her escorting destroyers -
NONTON JOalHao", anthubmarllle support pro.vided for Seventh U S. Army, Stuttgart Backache Means aGoadNightsSkep ,, t.
t' + *l "!*"*. to Mrv .ALLV.ese. Germany, ending April 30.
the force.
The U to
exercise designed
Exercise of this type are conducted ,
cr... Aar. tar kf perfect standing operational
procedure '
x_. Jewwn/ periodically by the Seventh and evaluate communication 1 arrLg................w- xt a yy1t.. .S, (t I Iir'eae
Fleet la aa effort to main- he .... N... -.. M .e. ? ell
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Specialist WarensfonL! regularly .., .._ sad sob A' ,.... ....

assigned' a* a clerk In Company :,,-Sisal.Msaer.Wsoareeaw Noi's... ..ae4s a.t.Ii' I

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tear But/baca Germany,
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entered the Army la April < M$ kr Mta.MmMf iMlMi, kfIM 0 S I
19671 i *_ :.Mt to >! > In* II
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Florida Law Prohibits New Charges ROMANIA'S PROPOSAL .

Red China Seen Mum\ e

In Final 18 Days Of Political DriveTALLAHASSEE ,

Over Three-Party Meet

(APWThe filial In Its' unanimous d@C.lon-ln! yoke alone or. .by radio Nor
18 da\i of a political campaign favor of a candidate and a newspaper does the prohibition extend to (Y Jct
are out of bounds for candidates publisher convicted under mere publication of the fact In
to level new charge the statute-the court ruled ta a newspaper that an address has VIENNA, Austria (AP-Com- leaden to give the world a display

against opponents, except in part: been made by another attacking munist Romania says" Red China of unity
campaign speeches, but few I "The statute was never Intend a candidate and purporting to TRl'CE' ASKED
has not replied to a Romanian
people pay attention to the law ed to operate as a restraint upon give the details of the attack so I In a party statement and long
nowadays, the making of ordinary campagn pt ,rely made." proposal for a Soviet-Chinese analysts of the Romanian media
In fact a 1934 State Supreme, addresses by the candidates or la a special concurring opln meeting at which Romania sties effort the newspaper appealed
Court case took the bite out I 1913 law by ruling that It did nor was It framed to U the statute were construed P- dispute. dispute saying\ It was

not apply to campaign speeches apply to the reproduction of the strictly "It denies to every per The Russians "agreed In gen "the duty of every Communist
and to newspaper! and radio contents of public campaign son and the press the right to \ eral" with the Romanian proposal ) party to do its utmost to
coverage of such speeches. speeches In the newspapers asa circulate truthful, advert In for, the Romanian CommunIst diver the danger With modern communications matter of ordinary news Interest mutton as well n false adverse "Sclen- The Romanians said the Soviet
procedures and laws, the Intentof ." party newspaper .
Information about any candid- tel." said Sunday. Chinese Romanian conference
the law is satisfied overnight. "The gist of the statute is to date" The Romanians urged the should discuss and finalize .

Candidates under attack can be be' found In Its requirement! of "The effect would be to keep ,< J -' meeting last monthto an appeal to all the Communist
advised Immediately and can reasonable notice of attacks and from the public and from the 1w' 4 obtain a truce In communisms and wm leers' parties "to
respond swiftly charges designed to be put election matters and things' : Internal war and to set solve controversial issues In conformity *
As written, the SI year old afloat for public circulation In a which they have a right to !know the stage for an International with the norms Jointly
law part of a corrupt practices form not likely to be readily and aim have the right to discuss conference of Communist party established at the 1957 and I960!
section! of the state elec. found out by the attacked candidate among themselves. Moscow conferences concerningties.
tldn! code-forbids publication or ." "This statute la but another attempt ."
j circulation of charges against "The public forum of the of the undue Invoking of SOVIET PROPOSALThe
any candidate in the final It speaker's! platform and the ordinary the police power" of the state in Soviets also have proposed
days before an election It was medium of the press as a that It abridges the right of free conference of Communist
designed to glva the candidatetime means of editorial expression is speech and freedom of the press parties, confident that Soviet I
, to answer, sufficiently public, to make'the' Justice Buford wrote that the Premier Khrushchev's Views I

DISTINCTION .. service of notice of charges and statute did not define what constituted would be upheld over those of
j'j'O was made be attacks made by such ordinary a change or at. ,Dotvnf. Red Chinese party Chairman
and false charges media of publication wholly unnecessary tack "What might be a criminal Mao Tre.tung. Peking has been
Md the maximum !penalty for I ," offense In he
,. one place cool to such a conference.
conviction is six months In jail "The statute has no referenceto wrote, "could be kindness and ,W jt0 By HAL BOYLE Despite the Romanian plea for

The deadline tor this year's oral statements or ..campaign entirely 'lawful when done In another NEW YORK (AP)-Things a a halt In the verbal hostilities,
May 5 first primary was April speeches, whether by locality," .r 1 1b..L columnist might never know If Moscow and Peking continued to
17. Only one candidate took the he didn't open! his mail: hurl Insults at each other
statute at face value and Tf'ln-.ce scholars who find It
The official Peking People's
Poet Is Dead
warned an opponent In the goyemor'a GOP Chiefs hard to buckle down to their Dally charged today that Khrushchev -

race that he planned to TORONTO (AP1-E.J. Ned) bonks might take a tip from had once supported Leon
attack him on stated Issues during Demosthenes. That orator of .
Trotsky, the arch heretic of Soviet
the final 18 days Pratt., Bt, a poet who first ancient Greece shaved the hair communism. Trotsky, Lenin

According to the State Supreme gained International attention In off one side of his head so he'd 's close collaborator and apparent -
Court, he apparently 1910 with his tale of sea hero- Eye Voting .. be ashamed to be' seen on the heir, was purged: by'Sta.lln .

&ted not have bothered Ism, "The" Roosevelt and the PATH OF DESTRUCTION-To'make it harder for people to flea East Berlin Communist street-and thereby forced himself and murdered In exile.

I The court ruled that the statute Antinoe, died Sunday. authorities are dynamiting house along the Berlin WalL The idea ii to live armed to stay home and study The latest Peking attack on
was designed to promote fair PHILADELPHIA (AP-Na- hard a better view of the Communist-created no-man'f-land. Can money buy happiness! Khrushchev was in reply to Soviet
play ana fair competition In politics tonal Republican leaders and Psychologists say yes to a certain attempts to pin the Trotsky-
and to prevent secret distribution political observers will focus extent. Income makes little lie label on the Chinese leadership
1 of handbills attacking can I Negro News I heir attention on Tuesday's r difference to the very young, I '
1 dl ates. nnsjlvanla primary to see News FI'olllWashington but a great deal of differenceto

The Idea how !big a write-In Gov. William f't those who are older, I
was to give the attacked JACOBY I Seen
candidate time to respond W. Scranton gets for the Repub Examples' of why foreigner Vole-Delay
Frank Johnson lean presidential nomination. find our language so confusing1:
i to the charge before the elect I
!, .ton. Scranton has not encouraged for, four fore; there, their, On Rights Issue
Frank 'oh-Uuit, 59, 221 (
E. On ]
SPARSE the write-In di Ive.Theie BridgeBy they're, news knew, gnu.QIOTABLE .
j' Church St.; died! Saturday mornIng -
+ were no presidential NOTABLE
I In 1913, Florida was sparsely at his dOm(following a long candidates on the. ballots, but Quotable notable: "Americawas WASHINGTON (API-South
Settled its 700.000 population Illness, WASHINGTON; (AP) In thenews ern senators fighting the civil
I, tate Republican leaders hope a OSWALD JACOBYNewspaper ; founded' In rebellion, and It
rights bill plan to delay a test
spread across an 800 mile long He was born In Jacksonville from Washington:
strong write-In for the wealthy Enterprise Asia. should continue In rebellion till
vote the
state. Communications and had been a resident of De. on compromise Jury
were &8-@ar.old Industrialist will Ignite CLASS SUBS: Most peoplewould every false loyalty Is cast off trial
amendment for least
largely word of mouth and can Land for 34 years He was a I at a
a draft movement for him. never think of building and concern for the common
: wl'I'k-1f
'dilates had to make veteranof World Wsr I, and foam not longer
personal a II .
Scranton, who had to be well being accepted as the single
'appearances In every area to member of the Orange Baker peruaded AQ10V4I d p.dlvnl'.ubm.rlnel\ out of Sen. Richard B. Russell D*
1 'seek the vole Post No, 187 of DeLand He was to run for governor two glau.: But the Navy disclosed! 1 loyalty worthy of respect"Vernon Ga, captain of the Dixie opposition
o has often said he Is Louis Parrlngton.
years ago
said the weekend thatIt
carlot 1017 re over
employed as
a parker at
It la
today doing more than
not a candidate, that he does not Thieves stole 9497 cars In
the Florida Bank at DeLand + AKQJWIST was highly unlikely
want the nomination and would thinking\ the first quarter of this year, 25
would be vote this week on
befoie his health failed EAST any
i I sees Iw ease / Survivors Include his wife, take It only In the event of a AIMS 4.KJ7JVIOi The Navy told The Associated \ per cent more than for a similar the amendment, introduced Friday ,
sincere and unenglneered draft. Press Its scientists had scored I period in 1963. the Senate's
Mrs Louise Smith Johnson V1CQJK4U by Republicanand
; a. A Scranton.for.President committee encouraging results In tests of If your son or daughter Is Democratic I leaders
brother, Carroll Johnson Jacksonville 4QJII,
e met In Kansas Sun. glass models subjected to looking for a promising career, .
and other relatives.Funeial City 41041 411 r. pres Sen. Lister Hill, D Ala". amplified e
day and said the outcome Incomplete. )
a.weae *vaa t arrangements are inch. pupyrnloftst In the entire .
Charles P. Bailey primary here would not affectIts AA4S squat telling a newsman that Southerners
world there are no more than
VAI7II4JI7I "do not look for a vote
Funeral Home Is In charge Scranton's administrative assistant A TIT FOR TAT: Sen. Frank J, 30 of these detective scholars for many days We have a lot

HOME William totaling, told Lauscho says the U.S;supported who track down details of old of discussion ,on the amendmentto
Meet PostponedThe the Kansas City meeting that No one rulnmbl South Vietnamese troops should lwH civilizations by the study of get out of the way first"

,.MORTGAGES write,In votes for Scranton "are tasth Ww NerUa.... retaliate when attacked by papyri writing material in The eighth week of Senate debate
Helping Hand Guild of crossing tM border Into North the Mrdlt@rran@1JIfea until
expected to microscopic IV Pass ] PM on the House;passed bill
Macedonia Baptist Church has Viet Nam and striking at the the 7th century
While the write In campaignhas 14 Pass y Pus was to start today
eel postponed Its meeting scheduled\ drawn attention nationally 4V Pas Pass Pass Viet Cong .supplies and ammunition Lady It you want your husband Assistant Democratic! Leader
tor tonight to next Monday night dumps., to behave, buy him a
the fight for the Democratic Opening Itad-V 10 Hubert H Humphrey of Minnesota -
Katherine Watson la,reld@nt. Senate nomination has struck The North Vietnamese Communists q white suit It has been found predicted adoption of the
should not be allowed l that people wearing white 'clothing
the most sparks In the common' ra jury trial amendment and passage _
Theater To Re- ptn wealth. The National Intercollegiate to have "a privileged sanctuary c act more sedately than of the 11 point civil rights

The seat Is held by Republican Bridge Tournament Is made.up ," the Ohio Democrat said In when they're sporting other treasure perhaps by early
j ;Jo"pla''all4 .Robert Mm. of Hugh Scott, who Is expected! to of a group of IS par hands that discussing the war In South VietNam HIGH RIDER-When rain colors. summer
DeLand have assumed management win renomlnatton. State Supreme students with Sen. Hugh Scott R. puddles splattered him. Gary FOLKLORE:
played at
are by
of the Washington Theater' Court Justice Michael A. Pa., ,on a program recorded tor Hohe, 14. and his brother Folklore': If you give a friend Collapses At Home ;
and are making plans for Its re Musmanno the LOANS opening. Resident are urged to candidate, and Genevieve Blatt, stations stilts in St. Petersburg Ha, ship To hand a salt shaker In LONDON (AP) tirevtlle
watch the 'Sun News for announcement state Internal affairs secretary, These par !hands, prepared by I Scott agreed saying "you to keep dry. They turned a someone Is to hand him sorrow Wynne 45, released last week

of the opening date have waged a hardy campaign ., Bill Root km! Larry Rossler, are ought not to admit that there la down standard and two-wheeler added upside If a maiden puts a four-leaf after 11 months In a Soviet pris-
Available Through for the Democratic nomination designed to test the players'skill any privilege for people to hide for teat and metal tubes clover In her shoe, the first unmarried I ont collapsed at his home Sun
I In both bidding and play. I behind steering gear.
I Service Planned somebody else's line, man she meets she'llwed. day and .was taken to a London,
The !hands' are first bid and strike us and then run away" '

! DeLand"Federal The Rev, H, W, White and congregation Rights Issue Eyed} : then Irrespective! of the actual I But Zen, Frank,, Church D- Worth 'remembering': "A person )Hospital."It's a nervous condition
will have a fellowship ,,bidding there U a directed final Idaho ,said on the recorded television Alabama Holiday with an hour to kill usually rather than a physical one"
J! tree service with the Spring Hill Presbyterians contract. On hand one South ls program "Youth Wants spends It with someone who
Savlajt us! AM. By MONTGOMERY Ala. (AP)- said Wynne physician. Dr. Edward -*
Baptist Church tonight at '::30. supposed to reach four hearts I to Know" that these tactics cant spar a minute"-Arnold Bolt.KEMEMRER.
Alahama have
" employes
I be N. F1a. An. 2S: MMt The public is Invited( ,' MONTREAT. N.C. (AP and West Is directed to open the could result In "a hopeless entanglement holiday today but the reason for a Glasow.
Southern Presbyterians looked ten of trumps. the end of which Is It was Benjamin Disraeli who
celebrating is doubtful for some.
''I BRANCH OfTICBAlthsNasata REPOKT Jar ways today to translate Into Without a trump lead South difficult to. see." The official reason for the holiday made the famous observation,
I 1)1)) Fish. Memorial action a stronger stand on civil would have one spade loser and Is Confederate Memorial 'There are three kinds of lies: Oil DOBS IT E&aTCIXZNY
D Barr, ItMMa, I Admitted: Mary Ana Grimes, rights two trump losers Against that INQUIRY: The Senate-House! Day, which fell on Sunday. The lies, damned lies and statistics. mm. DM H Fee UMAMI

Ii 164 S. Thompson Ave. Commissioner! (delegates to trump lead South notes that he Atomic! Energy Committee will workers were given today off ." (
the General Assembly of the has two possible spade losers. look Into President Johnson Instead -- -

Presbyterian Church In the U.S His problem U, to cause one of plan to slow down the rate at But today Is the 142nd anniversary
(Southern) adopted Saturday a them to disappear Into thin air which the United States is adding of the birth of Union
,WALTER NORDMANN general policy favoring the civ, He can do so by what Is known to Its stockpile of fissionable Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. agLtI1.lg1
U rights movement but couldn't as a dummy reversal play nuclear material.In i

.........' agree on a plan of action He must duck the first trump announcing the study Sun ;aldGe'U';: D. Taylor,
r FOR SOI! facing the assembly. lead and win the continuation.Then day on a radio program Zen I chairman of the Joint Chiefs of

4v1' highest judicial body of the he cashes his ace of Henry M Jackson, D-Wa-h.. Staff, will be called to testify.COURTHOUSE .
I"{ County Commissioner 131,000 member denomination diamonds, enters dummy with a
club, ruffs a diamond with one
DISTRICT ONt is a resolution calling tor the
el his enters
trumps dummywith
merger of three all-Negro presbyterles -
A imlnmmen end' tltrai |rwr. A with all-white units. a second club ruff another ne -

llfs-U' *'! snidest. of( Vslwlsj testy, The assembly agreed to hold diamond with his next to last -

v, 40 ysen el, ego. A stsr.*. stage III future meetings only In integrated trump and leads a 'third club to, ., '

training hi. njlnirln .*.> wathtmetks. churches but refused dummy. '
y :40137, tn apply the policy to East ran' ruff that trick If he RELOCATION
sessions because desires to do so, but then he
A citizen who sincerity t4 Integrity next' year's
contracts bad been signed' with will have no trump left to lead
Mere sever bun ....t... A roes
the Second Presbyterian and South will get his spade ruff Issue tnd In I
withMt .lItln'! l ski er ebliet-' t segregated may up
any I at his Msure' So East will die.card .
PUll Item end devoted) **ly t* terring *H church In Memphis However whereupon the last file Ltghlaiurtl!
the passed a'
l! LIVE 26_A His people! of( Vlile CavMty.Politic resolution urging awembly! the Memphis diamond win bt ruffed. TVnSoots Mike sure you hat AA- -

( *! "c. Paul Pee Br WilliaM C ......... Jr) church to drop Its racial barriers will lead his fourth club.' a friend there by +/
East ', -
before the 1965 meeting. Again cU'l&ff Of discard Fliff' ,, 4
as he pleases:StMiU will be oursof .
his tee tricks.: ELECTING'LEE F

Fair Is.Snnny; ; :,/ See: Us For HineyTe Either> ;

b81. ,
warwt "
NEW YORK (Apt'-.. New
Ycr '. 1X44 World1*, Fair had NICHOLS I Buy er Impnv Yeur Nerve

placid weekend. that
a sunny I
contrasted ,with tie wet eoiuW II II I
,. .. sloe 'el Wednesday" evening.
StRV rVllgioui service attracted I My frl.nd'ud follow worker against rtlocaHoa I

heavy turnouts Sunday moraIng Ha b, the ONLY Candidate SURETYlUILDINfi

AfterMoa crowds were

tt thickest In the traa.portattoo FOR REPRESENTATIVEWho i
area .where the tree program

WE SPECIALIZE IN REPAIRING el General Motor aid Fordere has bon rlghi en the tout from the atari '
Mar attractioaa & LOAN
ALL MAKES OF AUTOMATIC- WASHERS Sunday attendance el mftj I UT ytan ago!

t .counted .p t* 1 am. today-. Let no ODe tell dUfmntlylfiesbel '
'FIIIIIIION'S made'a total of JOW tor 1M boa I 110 North Ftortda A.... Plum 734-1647

BOULEVARDaw fair's first Hi* days, i tptltlcal AMetiusiest. pod hr 11 Sseee L (OW 110))

*-I** Ta* weather wa clear and Y h' ., Deyt1. ..... I' Mortffig* Iotas Se 19S6 __
IM JrOft'JlaLn. wojoi *a **TTI mi Tfeem were few signs '"| e
traffic dUflcultte: or coowtUotu I II

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West Volusia Real Estate, Business News //7 Tips On Shelf Building

. r- -
Sales DA Park Estates .9000., Blk
Totaled 36. !Mr. FIX
PELTOMA LARKS I Newspaper Enterprise Aaan. BUILDING 'HUVl5'1

, Thit Dcltona Corp. to Mr and Whether tt la stack of book

At $392,335For Mrs. Theodore F. Bahlzman.Deltona on the desk and packed away

property, Deltona in boxes, or down of paint cans
Lakes, $8,500, Blk. 175 standing on the basement Boor
One WeekMr. The Deltona Corp to Mr and every homeowner soon finds a Determine
Mrs James MrFadden. Deltona, number of reasons why his WhatThty
property DeKona Lakes, $t, hnuee doesn't have enough Yi Must
and Mri. Ralph S. Tatum, WO. Elk 17t shelve Support

Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Tatum, The DniUHia Crop to Gertrude I The shelves you plan yourself B forwStarting.

Jtwell T. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Deltona. property Delto whether you put them up or to .
na Lakes $7.000.. Blk. 173. ffii 1,9r, I lli
: t
John Patrick Tatum, Pearl T. 7 have the job done will suit
Hazel Edwards to Mr. find your needs better than anythingthat
Booker and Mr. and Mr*. Merrill Mrs Edward McDermott Lake ; comes with any AouVe,

Struth to N.JB Inc. Miami, Helen, property, Lake Helen unleu you had It designed your vv
property Codrtngton Place, $66 $7.000., Blk. 173. self. CLUNINO B

600.. Sec 41730.Mr. The Deltnna Corp. to Ellen M. FOR BOOM
Sutler Deltona. property Del t r a An t,Inch shelf win takecats ..t
and Mr. Frank A. Fordto tona Lakes $7,000. Elk, 177, deep lumber will do. Even clne
Mr. and Mr. Morton McDon of most bnoki, but others shelves can be economy grade
and Mrs
Roger Pare to .
ald. DeLand, property, DeLand, I Austin K. Daugharty will need 12 Inches or more. It lumber. There's no reason i if
930,000., Elk. 13.: DeLand 6000. the shrhrs are fixed, vary the buying the finest grade lumber
The Deltona distance between shelves as available for the living rood
Corp. to Mr and Mr. and Mrs Forrest E.
Mr. Leo F. Bollann Deltona, Breckenrldge to B e r nice H. well If they are adjustable, either It you Intend painting\ the
Deltoni Lakes ii- vat, height to suit. shelves
property JJl, Wright property West Lawn
000., Blk. 6. Allow yourself a little more There to
Sub., 6000., Blk. 162. .j are many way
Mr. and Mri. Carroll B. Bayne Mr. and Mrs. James L Sat. I than an Inch of finger room mount shelves. The old
to Mr. and Mil Henry M. terlield to B. Fred Graatham I above the top of bonks.As fashioned shelf bracket has

Parker, DeLand, property, $17- DeLand property, $6,000, See. guide to measure. by turned Into a handsome item
000., Sec 41730. 2916.30. > I I 12 Inch record measures a There are movable bracket
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and DKLAND PROPERTY qtiartf.Inch more than that all that fit Into mounting strip

Mrs. Roscoe E. Avery, Deltona, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Neal ,.....t. It k.11 around when it'* In Iii. card which In turn are mounted <.
property, Deltona Lake, $U,. Woullard to Mr. and Mrs. Chester board Jacket I the wall
BOO Blk. 13. Henry Jr., DeLand, property, Special:/ hardware rum up tM
a The Deltona Corp. to Mr. ands $4.000., Sec 2017-30. recentlT opened for boa aineu on E. New York AT*. look better at the bottom shall' cost of shelves. You can make

Mrs. Hubert Jensen, Deltona Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Watts to ower ones at the top. ,joint for short shelf span by
property, Deltona Lake, 113- The Deltona Corp., Miami property On the market" U at" attractive
nail and In
using glue a plain
600., Blk.7.ROGERS Dalton Lakes Sub., $2,900, Small Losses shelf' stock m.a.urlnll\t.lncll. butt Joint. Extra support at
AnMr. Blk. 44. thick handsomely rounded In
and Mi*. Wffllam Lee Mr. and Mrs H. L. Burnett front., YD\:'U need fewer supports shorter Intervals will cut flit

Green to Helen R. Hankal, De- Sr. to Mr. and Mil. L. A. Bran. Worst In 64 since It won't sag. But amount You can of press cut cleats on the of,Joint short

Land, property Ro er'l De- don, Paragould Ark., property, It'* nsually expenilvr Extra bits of wood, mount these to the
Land, $13,500.. Blk. 13. St. John's Gardens 2000., 3rd [ support under cheaper shelves
sides and rest .* oa
DeLand Federal Saving and Add. I For MarketNEW wont cost a* much
It have the
them. powet
Loan Association\ to Jeansnne Mr. and Mr. Carl V. Steelyto If the shelve are for basement you
tools to- do It, dado tilt
Sullivan and LueUa A. Stickles, Mr. and Mr*. Jerry Tuzanisz- 'j YORK (AD-The '.nw{ or_ garage, the cheapestthe side and fit the you shelf into tilt

DeLand property, W c t w ood will, DeLand property Norwood msiket. declined last week, tok heaviest In a month. Volume dado. t
Sub., $1 .100., Sec. 1817.10. Sub., $1,833, Blk.'31. 8
Ing Its wont Ins of 19(4 but- for the week totaled $M.27 mil. A back a sheet' ef plywoodor '
Mr. and Mr John J McCabe Mr. and Mr. George W.
a. losses not
go very much lion
JI.rllu", compared with hsrdboard will add sfabUtty
to Florence Irene Hutchlns and Home to Mr. and Mrs. Jersey
For the first four '
day of $C<<.1t million the week before to a movable bookcase.
Clara Frances Whitney proper Ray Peterson, Piemen property /O/A- trading (he average were down
ty Elliott Sub., $13,000., Sec. Flanlco Estates, Pierson, $1,000., only slightly. A fa.rly; sharp

1717-30. Blk. 44. selloff came on Friday : Sleet OmelntI
Whit Wi
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and Mr. and Mis. L. E. Dukes to T\'o-Bedroom D tLX a .u pal2e It was the sharpest loss slnre I Jay
Mr*. Lawrence 0. Cojner Del. Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Lumpktnl, iw I ]() the severe break of Nov. 22 I I AVrtiilnl

tons property Deltona Lake, Anchorage, Kentucky! property, et DINI NC BEDRM when, President Kennedy ws i Whit Others Say Abed UtIt
$11.900., Blk. 12. Vm, Sec. 10.IT.3O.
assassinated, but It
was nowhere
The Deltona Corp- to Mr. awl Mr and Mrs. Lester G. Strong Home DesignIs ROOM 1"1 near as large Ripvtttleil

Mr. Letter E McClalland. Del. to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Corhett.D For the week: as a whole, WE WILL
tuna, property, Deltona Lake., e B a r y, property Miller's :1.s. aim, the Hat took its wont set- BC1LD FOR TOCI
$11400. Blk. tt Acres, $.,00.) Rlk. B. Presented eC / hark since the week In which
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and Jane E. Blair to Edward Anna Kennedy was killed WISE
Mr. Charter A. Hill, Deltona, and Warren Barbara, property e STOCKS ,
property, Deltpna Lake, $11.' Orange City Terace. $200., This two bedroom masonry ) .M."'. ..114...Inc'fj(
200. Blk. S. Elk tMr home, which ii Is enpeeUUy\ desirable ; LIVING ROOM sIs week The Associated '.n..1 e..'.....
for the North side of the Ness average of SO) Docks declined Phase 7)4-SiS4 >
Mr. and Mri. .Thomas W. and Mr*. Howard P. Lewi r S3
I Sperling to Mr and Mr. William to Mr. and Mr*. Howard P. Lewis street fsclng south>, featuresgoed to .1034 comparedwith
the drop of (.t In the week
| C. CiUley DeLand, property, DeLand, property; Richard- sized rooms and a Icrttnrdporcb 1-i ended Nov 23.
r,rn Park, $11,000, Sec 31730. son's Sub., $100. Blk. 18. 121' x 7" and nearly 10'IIIKIlI. BEDROOM
t The Dow Jones industrial FOR BETTER CONSTRUCTION
aversfe >
) which shades the 18 foot
DELTONA LAKES; The Deltona Corp to Mr, and /PORCH IyauItn 'Jaram
this/ week declined 1244to
The Dalton Corp. to Mr. and Sirs Ross Mancos, Deltone.rmp'rty. front of the airy Lshapedlivingdining _roaaxs
9. It f fU 2*.:31 la the
Mr*. Charles D. Rochmond. Del. Deltona Lakes, $100., area. Sliding glas. *4 FRONT. .. 3 November ,
toil property, Deltona Lake, Elk 1.Slnltnik. doors at both ends of the 23 foot tragl week
tlO.500., Blk. 12. depth provide light and Martha Hlgglns to Eleannr B. 29 Launched ventilation An $ foot.wide foldIng Is at sufficient distance this roof Is topped with S ply mooing the f.cII' generally good new ;
Green DeLand. property, Pennsylvania door could 1M used to separate window can be enlarged) and tar and gravel, exterior about business and the ever.all ". ,
Park 10000.) Elk A. MOSCOW (AP)-The Soviet the $' x 10 dining alcove, The $'h' x 10' bathroom boa wall 18" blocks) are stuccoed: ; economy Wall Street, In fad,
Mr. and Mr. William Spencer Union launched Saturday another it dralred. The living room has the wanhbailn In acounter all Interiors are plastered 1'11e had the bent new. It could hopsfftr MANUFACTURED AND) SOLD BY

t* Mr and Mr*. Byron June Sr., :$:;putqlk Cosmos J9, In, ,the. cnvtlnuatloa ample wall space lor ..furnitureand under tile window wild !house has electrU ceiling beat .tetilmnent of the flvivenrold ,
DeLand.' prctterty. Nortiwood| of,Its present program pictU es. cabinet apace under III) and the However, yeerround comfort dispute' ever' work'rait CONRAD LUMBER CO.
Bub.'tlOOOO/S.o. toltX," of space'uploration. The master bedroom (13M x separate from the rest of the a heal:4 pump s may be which threatened a nationwide/ .
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and The announcement was made 12JV), like the living room, hasa house, the bathroom U readily located In the utility mom. The railroad strike this' weekend. -Wee* VehMla's. OMett aUlaJI Lamker Farr
Mr. Charles B. Bibb, Dalton\ by Tans, the Soviet news agency 9 foot calling at the front accessible/ from the living/ mom. Door slab t II topped with terrazzo Anal}*(* said the market win MICHIGAN AT NORTH OIUWAM PHONI 7J4-<< J.4mw
property, Deltona Lake, $9WO.. which said the Sputnik where there Is a double awning The 10' X 10' kitchen facingthe or resilient tIIe.rLASI seemed "tired" and expreeaedno
Blk. 37.First. carried scientific Instruments window. A JtJouile window openIng garden, has the sink (S; AVAILABLE surprise that a general manket
Builder Corp. to Mr. for Into the porch duet picture under the window In the centerpart Flan lor home Jte. 17.14 decline had taken place.
and Mr*. Holli Rose, DeLand gathering .more Information provides crosaventllaUon. This of the amp!. shaped are available frem lu. Belaer They. painted, however, to the
on conditions In
property DeLand $9,600., BIll: outer, space. room I is oand Insulated: by the work counter The range: |R) IN Send Street W., M. flood ef bright earning* report I
All equipment is functioning two 4 foot closets and the S tootcoat I and the refrigerator' iRF are Petersburg 1*. Fta. Rash eat and generally good economic i
161.Ester P. Bunting to Lautraa* normally and Information II received closet (C) in the living marked on plan and wall cabinets ef plan remlnllng ef %!.-tech'- figure to support their' opinion mmIMPI8Vf.YDUR

W. Bozeman. DeLand. property aced, Tau already said being pro- room. shown dotted. There Is I eats floor plans, leer eilerloeetevsUon that the setback was technicaland
Oak Knoll Sub., ".200., Sec. 4- SECOND BEDROOM: pass through window to the dining *, large arale creMsection. probably" would not last
1730. Alexander Graham Bell, chief The second bedroom ((10' area and a hinged drop leaf kitchen and "III,..,.. verbn,.
Mr. and Mrs William C Cu!. Inventor of .the telephone ws 12%') has a hoot closet tC') table In the kitchen. Interior, end stmrenral. eM .ITrsuury bond prices I NOME THIS YEAR -
ley to Mr. and Mrs Cranon S. born In Edinburgh, Scotland, en (also with blfold doors), one ITIIJTV ROOM framing letallst bade speck gained last week, Corporate
Dose, DeLand, property, D yto March 3. :1847. sizable window facing the gar. Connecting with the kitchen at oration* (esrfwdlng bRA) are bonds traded 04 the New Verk Manning buying
den and a narrow one facing the back of the carport 1 Ie a rllUH en the plans.. SineWs Stork Exchange\ were tm repairing, Improvi

10' x 10' utility room with the MOPMI macaslne hy Jan Rely changed to lower Ins {muring or beautifying you'll find I tt 01
washer'dr)"*' (WAD), (laundry er Ia available. at Leaf sawn- Corporate" had a fairly. active
Ode!! Loan RecordIs tray
: and space for a work bench above address. trading Thursday and Friday Per 1.11'' Here "... JHJt.l *
'il fJgerPhone ReportedContinuing under one ef the two window ------ .
Its door 1* the serylce entrance AIJTMCT AND TITUINtURANCI MOMI fURNISHINGS .
( far the louse. IflVKITh I .
on a path which The construction! of Home No. MORTGAGE LOANS Oxyntr'i lac.

7344786Residential could lead to a record year In linen closet (L) Is 1 feet wide Abduct Corp. 110 W. New York Ph,7e4272fHOWIM (
mortgage ,lending, the in Although the bedroom wing Is Residential Commercial Farm 101 N. F 10. Av.. Ph. 7H0241YoluiU
savings and lean associations! in tub away from the window. The AND HXVKUCumy
and Commercial Florida reported a record March Grove Ranch County f high ef. 7IUS,000 In loan Sales Risc Told] reerealleasl Ial P.R.A. Abstract Company 'Th. Florlat

Additions'and Repairs releasing this Information 1.12 W. 'Indfono fh, 734 Oi22 114 L Indiana Ph.734031 jAKOI

William D. Hussey, executive By[ Winn-Dixie LACKLAND AGENCY All cotwateww, .UWNIWPUH
vice president of the Florida
Saving and Loan League, reported JACKSONVILLE (Special I flu Krtli rirl4. Ate ,..... tt4tllConfinuaus Frlerion'i
that the March total of Kales recorded by Winn Dixie (Tenprary ........, ....h.g sad .w Cea4itl. isheg Coll Hardware Co. i
loans Stores during the 40 week period 301 N. ll' d. Phone
closed surpassed the 7340444MUTIKO
THANK YOU 209 So "florlda Ph. 734- ))51 IS
previous March high of ended April 4 showed a* Increase 1

171.85,000 set in 1963. ef 4 72 per cent over the Green's Fu.l-Srrlc! .
As et the end of the first corresponding period\ a year I Floor Show
339 N. lira
Phont 734-2441
quarter of-- ''ItM.. Mil... _, lase. ago. I Hantycuil'ilorracki
I A total sales volume of SMB.
closed by these thrllt and home I '
I CARPET AlCMITini 30. Dilond"
ownership Institutions amoanted SOOK4 for this year's 40 week .
to t3MJHM which surpassedthe period\ surpassed last years figure G. M. Pt kWliltihelr
of VOtWrn by HO.HJ041. ,-
$130,140.000 total for
"" 1'1.... .( .pt.Iftr the lldj. Ph. 734404tfilBWW 17
tDd .
'1. same period la 1KX It was JaIX I
Kale (he 4 week period F. Clardy1NIUTAhca
'' ) whea the during1 A/atttrsef EaatSi AaMrkei 0ee( I
Savings and Iota .
hwnblt "Taiak ..
You" for tka .
: # Association .In Florida closed ending April 4 totaled ... AQCNCT:
a compared with "4tM.3.. AlBohrea 'I 213 N. loolevofd Ph.
record 1914.1X1.000: la ton*. 7M-4t'
and vtrUd of : : Conrad Lumber CaW
many xprtstioas during the correspond! period
Huesey reported that JSJ.lOl- of W3.\ an !Increase of $2,7*3lyi 711 Company, Inc. Mkh,9H! ft N. Diltwori Conrad Company :
000 ell the loan cloned
support tad good wbhis la this or 413 per cent 122 kit Slob Are. ,... H Phone 7344454
the first quarter of the year Win.Dixie now operate a 4-1211 1 10 1 11$ W. Now Yorkh.. 7342271
new Ttntur went for the financing\ ef 1.338: total of 433 retail store ad Tom MllcheU
Dew dwelling II1II the State. eight wholesale unit*, compared gut LSTATI .:
Lumber Co.
Savtig were also ea the te 107 retail and eight, wholesale ,
ni do of hit to d'Mnr. rear toereaae as the association reported wHs a year ago. )10 M Ctlowor Ph. 7340422CAUMT Bell Bully I

an Increase el teUX.tco BUILDING I 121 N. llvd. Phone 7342W
ptironagt and frUodiUp.fc Sa March which was the largest Eight out ef every 19 single.> AUIM4O

"Chock" tacrease for a lade meaU detached"" home built la the I Ian Realtr Co.
L ad
1 1ReaG' WoodworkingPh.7HM47
lIMe March el 1M1 whoa I
I .. fatted State In 1X3 were el
; $ '\t savings armed by f7S.443.OOnA tame enetfivrttoa. A five,room I I 340 No IotlflCfory 205 N.. ilyd. Phone 734-241
ot March JU tetal 1H i/11tId/ '
rame house, Mar $Instance ran I
C" -
t' ', S IML ATID.Land
la Florida\ 3 '
swage Saviagi and abort. t.SOO board feet of henhlsquAre' -
Lee Asawlatlaa aoMMled J. Hue. 1700 led tt ldr
$4.4a.000,000. I B.KO Co>Klr.1. Products rains

a N. uniory ph. 734-1424 .
hT1etl tt Loa

I ItKWClANSHoaoycuifl 136 N HerWfl Pk 734Jj3iPV

E.L141i t !

R HOMES j< !" 30. Delopoef &L.M "

H. M. LJ5g ii 110 N; I irld. STag

211 L Wlsteatk Fhe.e 734456owed / Tom With You la MbdR.W.Prcscott"" Wilt CQof WCt1Of Co. 324 ML 3rPhone 734-2f3l

sad arweale4 eselrlt.l7 bf .. COIITUOGIS c........, ,
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_NOTICI ovIM SUIT_ OP PUBLICATION 1 Northwest Volatl Business Services


110 AIATCN NK NICKS MAr n 11111/1 J> uvu TMAT1 BMUtTTOTrtl ttZML HiLPIItALIMII l lii NO. 11.23 DIV I 1NC'tt1'7NAT,1CIIr.IAIDA. ,.. DIV. riIN01 Bnrintn Nel9Jabon PAINTING -- OTTBtPB "R TX
K y KIP 1I1'ILOISO AND IW ,,"oac_ -lirJlDCUL Z'INN'P Of
; inrr..RIit.;
MsYtul iA oh tessi THAT! aOOPOUOfAKPtOTi .a .te.. Plaintiff. AND MOAN "'fIkICy TION, ,

10UK NAIRf nvrov B. P........ lOt ... lOt at .


TO: ELTON B. ""'C" aad. TO: M GROCERY STORE I4B7 B. N.w Torlc" A**. U4.*4U
IDA I. rllT.... hi* wffa = Nw r.4II add
; ,ni Want Jackpm BtrtThnmaavlll = .. PAINTING,
41.T a.hhingttoeyotlMAII1 ftogpimg HBPAiaaCarpantry .
W .. H r>OI> and PAPER: FAY
{ Can N,
ITfllfiBSPIBRMON Hoyt. 114'nil
h C TOI AND BACH WTOtr .r* ilaR wT; O''IJ'III"' (RA: CER and tTPLT CO. Sitar I .
".r.h> nntlflfd that a milt hi*
not .. ..
.Man a ell .n .Mon fI apalaat CAII..tNT"V
lntltutd In th
ahora WOIII .
ty14 ,. (1ft P
N ( min, h. aunty RiUdliwt aM Loan f tbo Mnr. u91.d COItrt. 10 IJn. RKAI0NARLE!: R .
i Aaaorlitlon' a Plaintiff stall*t =--jJ.-C-:" qfl tits tel. AnnouncementsUlt IIIMn )MERMACH Ht Nnrth.
Bltnn B Ptn Ida I. Plr and "RASmC AVIe.
I thri a* Twf.nAant.f aryted a* ----terHOJ.LER
a ho'*. fnr th) fnnrloaw of that If!I"II.".. IICYIIALT; .. HILUI.Ili1qaap.1dnok I u4 F..B4l MET
.akrtiln mort| r f9ttn n "m. CULLIGAN
'h''PI'I P... hoe MAN
71Hr* ft Ul to d.|.
Ni. .mb. 5. 1.N.1.. Call.... LOST, Brail black and tan withwhit. FOB Tf>
yd r 7 II/L l and *aord'd l:n POOLBBD1
--- -- ---------------- ..... .._ YfeRdk
-- --------- --- -: : nndr amok )'.mal.. IWILL .
"' 'nr.r.\I' fHOXB "It 7M
fA1: PtintliRecord; nf V1Munta year .7411..
and .. .
you .ra ..I.d tn .,Y. a
V AIL RlfiW MR NICK ShIT)4. YEAH? WEu..N 1t7UR ANTMJIJfiTTH /EGASL1R.LFT11 Otinti 11 H...cr1n Flnrldi.d linil. iinon In Voluila the. follow Coun oopy of Vou.rower or.15., pl..II.LI'l'Dlh tk* Lady that lout h.rn Custom Tractor;; Mowing
f Inn Plaintiff" I \uor .v*. f1nn! 'loan. which I MIA or.Ititoi .
CANTOPE 'GUY TOO MOLE N (,4 ty Florida, to wit. : ; OARDNER. Ruin U) Ii..tant-t ... I 1OTR and ,FtPAGB. ':

LONGER A.NV THREAT TH JOB! This HORROR! /3ETGOMJ; Th. flnnth Half In}. -in INN Road Coral fl.hl. knnn who fo ind 'h..... La Phon.' 'i'I'-"IU.
of th --
TOY! 14. Florida and Ella lh. .ntlnal. u. Jut.lra. I -
TO MV WEUARE/ NorlhMHI \ Eiptrt: Dr.. .
Qiarl *mikUi
ITS DMA SOMEHOW Ih. < Pt':; .f i lnmt nfflr of ih* Clerk of tk* : Alt.ntlelN
10U OUTA NnrthwMt Qi.rl.r ( Court J4ni K. N.w lurk
on or b.fnr th* 13thnay .
i of i Q.rt.r I f.f4MNLBB .. Phon n4-1UI l
SUMN.S... e of May nthrrwlM thaallriatlan.
(VWi. +
louth tr'I
'a.t Qua of ; .
N : I'
., I'1ta ld hill of cor-
l | of
th* Northa t DeLand
iii.rtrKI.> .xrtpt th* plaint .will| k* takes a* eonfm4 PBRRBLL. JEWELERS 111 Woodworking Co.
Aunt: It fast tkrnf and N. Bl.VU. l I' A. GOOD PUACB I4. N. BOUNDARY. PH 7J4.II4TR
,1'y s DAtED it IVLan4. Vnluala' TO TRADB.: .
V Th. North County. Florida,. thla Ir4 day ofClark
r 41 tart nf .
g .oulh..oat AsM1, IPa4. QUALITY SERVICE and CONVKNIENTK : U Dnll-C".tka
quart.ISR'4I, i of the of the Circuit CourtAP4 : |lit ALWATB AVAIL.
1r 1- R{ D.erlhont quarur IXH'.i .f uatl.ll ARLB AT TdDtT! GROG. nodDFLICATLRIF.N.
: of th*ih Nnrthw. Hnuthat Qtartvr INWI41 I Byt II RACHEL ANDRRWS: : : :. Ill. JI:. OHIO .l.ct Tour
Quarur :
UK1.1 .
nf k Vorthat t Q DAY
artrr .
INRi: : v .opt th. rant >,ft f.t II : )-fti PURE LINEN DRAPE. FABRICS DIPT now. while' -la
l throf r.*...... for .traL II..* NOTICE OP A""LicATi ; tlTABLB: VOlt r>RI:88ELROLGER" : pIMtlful. "31u. GiftSlraTpIri; V
lion' 4.
Tnwn.hlp 17 South TO BBCOMC '
1enr It.... l. Anal TO H. 1E DELAND

and you and math o> ynu ar* h.r. ROUTE No. 1, I 1114I 1<'. BLYp. Phnn.
ri. by orri.rod .RELAX
ML MTS ml rr and rq ilrd In fll.

to your the antrr complaint nr harm Written with...r.J..**... OTIOB mad$tn' I all* runtrrreod HFKBRf GIVEN. Doa.t be annnytd by np ald To Every Prescription
that ROXIB: *
Aiainaa Lira .f thlt i...urt. at IM. BILLS. I
MIRE ...It. of R. Tlld.n Wllllmira.I .
Land I
vJELLNERIIVE 60 SHE DIDNT 7YiW THAT thrnf. Florida., and non. a onpr "u' nA. attorn***, YOUR (nnd._tt ...k.. krnwlii' ( WE ADD SERVICE
RJ iNE PAhITIAL HOME OPDIANtANDMIASITIPDY OOSSN7 PROVt WV on th Plaintiff alter..,. prat.nt "Il.n:4: ..
I hor l b .
ROAN"MARCY/bMS I' OIJEe1 DDYHEIEN DDi 11 TMN6.1-1M WMtNKKN p'dFTApLIN.AIOUTP. H.dnnv H. laylor. 111 ;North Flor will James to Honorahl. CONSOLIDATE a p 'nunn TOfR Otis .'.........aJ... taji eau.-y.dp S
T. lI>.IOIIn. nr nun 0f U.ah.r fLLt.5U
FROM fCNO0LJU61 OW t I : ida Avnu DcLand.. Florida, on ... ? HMMfcR CLOTHES .raamlaU** aaada aa !. .
Jud of th I'lrrnlt Court. aad
I tT DAY AND WE'REDACNINO 10U7O D Av'R7 or htnr Ih. *.SAth day nf May. ll.4othrwia .....*ntk( Judlrlal *Circuit In and TAKe % VACATION: ..S5, I. wi' k. t .aar.fT.li7o
fl' tk
rampinlnt h.r.ln will ''
oFP. HER LAST b* taken aa t.nafoKB by for Vnbinla I ounty. Htat of Florida Lana up to 104 IN' :.r'<.4rlt;
ynu 4iartnmt
1 /IFLOFq NIGHTI 'LL.ndnn" u In ('h.mhnrn at tk* ("Cnurthm, *. Florida Loan Co. Inc. waS aa at our Pkarwicy ta.
In DLand. Vnlu' 1.nlO. FlnrMl *ouni r
3 a :
i.aiin.nd a th. ..
? n ,
Ff s at papr n 111 B Indiana, 'al.I7.. rlelly. Um
I ,,.A IfARLINO.k a hlih this nolle shall h. pnh.aarutlT it th* hnnr nf Htm. AM on Phnn 731.24t1FOR M.ndhmI fanual
I (INCA MIIEN, = n.h.d nnra a ona. for tour I., ....n the .ih day nf Ma>. A 1>. ISIS. or.. .OPYI
DIAN6DID II **k*. anon Ih.r*lft.r a* *h*. hr RENT VOLUSIA PHARMACY
W ;\.: hind and the wltn*** inav II. hard 1ir inplliatlnn '' .
)01J DEViIOP III' moat TINDA T wf
for Ilnn.s BABY Pnrtn erlh*. Pl.y. Waipn.rl AMICT"lit
a maaun.rah.
7NATATT.eImt E of florid Ihl* Hnnorahl thli Ul lira Court: at Ito.Land. rhir* of ."" control h.rpropvrtr pan. Btrollrr*. ihrhilra., N. 81." 1'1I0. JI4.ISM
day of AprIL
1'''. : and to .hrrom* a fr*** MART DTKFIItil
dLti' M l..III'UTHAS.. .1.alr, In *v.n' rnnrtB N Blvd Phon 114.4051 CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL
clerk nf th* Circuit ROXir BRITTON WHTTMTRBBr
." : Jam.a B. riivtnn ...fe'I..n STONE GROUND PANCAKES CHAIRS
ccucd' l.r.r: :h.ALBy Florida and Cliyton h.rollon. ALL TOIL TAN; EAT tin
'Itr Conr.d Building
Dpnt Clark DID YOU KNOW on MnndlTnrrw ,
A--!. *? MJ4:!l DfLand\, g ullty Harlot A Dcllra. Bearden'i Drug Shop
i.9 NOTICE- 'U'L C-'ION- --- t.*..n, U* fcut l hurck. h**
IN THB ('IR"I'fT'CRT OF I NOTICE TO CREDITORS fr..h prndiir. lttur, toped Cw. K Kv Tork .*. AUkama ....
THK SEVENTH JfTtlUAL CIR IV THE .f>r RT OF 'TIHV'R.., "'(. alad and lnmltn_. Phone 714.111!
*'OR V'LIIIA; OOrSTT IN 'UFA tOC-NTT. FLORIDA IVPROHATP1 IT WONT b* lent until Oraitua.tlnn IS ABB 4JBtt RtpBirillf
NO. J7 ,II7IN a-lfti, for h.r and for him
MARVIN CYIOPER, IIU'I. RF:: F8TATB 0"AI. Conn.ll Cot lli' B. Maw Tank
Au1 u aa c? THAT WAkeS UP P60PIB WHO cNe: t..O'OMTRlL6HOW./ roopER. LFOX COOPER and nmop: H'XT1'R.: TW.*.i1. Arm,. -24. '_l_ ULLIKB: APPLIANCE: 8ER7ICV! .
SYLVIA kAIZ TO ATL CREDITOR AND ALf Waihor s I.unarm o Ra"...

a Florida. cornnrltlon. and STATIC;: town null. .
IIP .fJat-l"'If
@ HOKKIM PAPIIK' : twf.ndanta. Ton. mil pail nf ynti *r* k.r.h. seeei.p
JC TO MR. MORRII P A PIER nntifi.d and r.""Ired to Vacuum Cleaner Service
t Mil Hilton Artnu any rliln and ".m'. .hirh COMPLETE Tixr OF GARDEN
:i I H.mpnta.d, Long bland ynii or lthrr, of yoaln muv ban. REPAIRS aid ippll*. fnr all HI' PPblFB TO TIT IOLR
:Nw Torn '. .t tha Ftt: of ALDRIDTKHUNTER a'ab.a Inrhid" : rolux. GREEN!: THIMBU
TOU ARIL HERP: NOTIFIED: d. ..*..d. ,.t. of lol"*,aCountvf Cloanir I paid. on.Ilm- It. I TYNER'S
err 5'E
= that an Amndil Complaint for Florid. to th. Jlnnoruhl HARDWAREt
1 'n,. lo.lJr. .... ban flint iilnt John *. Bvlnttnn. nnnty J"u 4A Mlfllllll SBBICrlBtlBMKA8 ""I K 1'1..4. _
I riir.d| In nf Vnlnil' ('.".'Y. it him nff c* In -
E a n.l.A:: : -.r th.rctn, or th. fount rnurthon In DLand MVGIU.ROGERS: !
..,It., pIMdlnil' upon Plaintiff' Vnluili Coiinrr. FlnrCI. within all l : MA1A7TM: AOBNrr: : MURPHY PAINT EAl.rH: :
Itlornfy. JOEL P NfWliAN. 4'* month* from th* Out. nf th* fitatpnhtlrnlnn I4M N Rarflrld 714.0711 12. W. q Lincoln' RoA. M iml Poach Flnr. hr>nf. All rltlm' and GIVE Muln fnr Mnthr Day
.Ida. and in m. th* nrldnal nf Mid ".m...". not lit-..nnt.A within IhR11m. Call u* for Spinal" ofrr.
Anunn nr .th.r ,1."ln. In t1.a and In lit. ", .,,".r pnnrribedA.rrln DURALITE
.offl. of th. hill b* harr4 .. proirtddhr
l.rlc nf. Ih Turin ln> S ,,....-,...,.,,.tII.
OtuLLl ..... ... A4- 1 rnurl on or hfor In INK dy nf HEAVY. duty Pnrrh.Prkland
.lirA 9M aeta ea
MT. IU4 If yon Oil In dn, an, "rcT :D th|* !nth diy nf April Fn. ... Deer
jurivmnt hy ".,*,tit will h* taken VKBO TArATTONLTRTER m.u H. Duty Rubber
atalnit you for th* rHUf demand .1 R.'LPR T.T.IVDPST TRAVEL SERVICE Pam. Salo Trod Concrtt
.d In the Complaint for A. AAmiolutr.t.r. T.A. "t the 'lot-tiff DLn Sltra 14*" 'Floor Knamal LatM ban 1
NAZEI. '......rln.llr. lag Will' .n" T........., and 114 N. BLVa: PHONE 7I4 221) Dun.Tr4 r..nor.t* floor "....t. I
Yve Astrw ARe wert rxiNE: AND ORDERFO: *> ""'.. F..,.,. ..f. Aldrlilf Hunts ftnlht. for a hard. wtarlnf sun
ll A 601N6Nl1NDREp Land.. rnntit. Florida MreaotdRCiJ. fat
ft4.11C' >\ TO 6ET thin Ilk .diy of loll JM4irrn I.A""till. GRAHAM SB. totf & CBtkttll DeLand Paint & Glass
TIMES,,. SEAT lark nf .ilit. fnurl i 114. ", ..t IndianA00nue' R. T TARTIN .
eel.YCrW Vtuuuia "..La"... Florid.Anmm.y. LOG CABINnlvrrr 0'1:00:1':1I" : \
roanfr Flnridi
Ooorirl* A'.. Ph 714."111pRFRfST'.MATMf
By: RACHEL A"ORI:" '7 .FssapFINAL' .1.111'0": yntif' .
i iU"4 ll II
bounty Cl.rk' ; rNabtat. 1710 hirthdun PATNTINO'ad PAPER: RANUINO
.. A.II-'*-.,.M.4 NOTICE Op.a a a.m. N tl mMnirltltIii. I : O.vrNT" ILBAVB
"I'TTLSMINT N. 3loyl..srd.. rho'.. La4aIa AI II..".... T34.51u 114,711H
IN: : .RT .
FROM BATinNElTKTO I'nlueli;, Cnunjy.RFlorrlda .
Ii BATHTUBIs RE:: FOTATB OF Wktrt ta MM Iltttn-Qi. c.r.II' .
oA 3 .....
ID /'I. II'
pow at LOfJCI
A.nhr ., Mat lit. :
a M a rapid step for fast "n..n.d Tha fIon"l Natinal, KOFFEE KUP Raven *riM>l OIl. 1417.. wt
R.fanaru. 127 B.: Ohio
As Rank of Jarlmonrlll"
growing youngsters. th. Ftar of 0.cnr H Kraft D*. WHEN! BUTTER: a">OD IB NaSa* DAY Surnry WH' Iwy
little ..*.... hi* on lb. 14th *.r nf SERVED At RMokl Pruaa.OOkllWlCKI /Nam. t 104 p m.
G eL your outgrow Ant-dl. A. 11. IM4. prr..l.d III Will. ama It.Ml ra'i"'cC'ar;. 714.7111 :r14.MtlCMNPRAL

O their baby needs remember Final lh.t".W: i*.r't. Exoutort : N. B olrdHAMBIROCR
J O r., ,| in th* -
4aT that other mothers are l nnnlv Ju.l.. of \ "h,iila t'ountyFlnr ,.. P511D "ltrlm. men than pnn 21 ......, Ct..ctlt1

.l*. looking for good used baby h. dwhirod .* pink Eirntor Jlln'.fli IIfIIfR.; 131 110. Slid.I'Aon. rniTRACTOR
after ih rtv dr from Ibis 1'th 114.1100. FREE .
1wHArYNoal furniture playpens and diy. of April. A. D ,IM*, COLON O..OROH KKTIMATEI- PH. 714:.1411
Th. MrtMMt National Bank
( : all the war
SMD tAN6p&IR. trollers. Sell nf Jackionvlll I.< Contractor
0 DIpdTUKE iii I your Unneeded By: aT.. .B rem: .. TlfTrut A )1> M Root..!!Rn.r 4D B BlTdRILLBD Building
Mt OfflrrA :
n items for cash V'l.outor. nf th. E..*.. CHEESE, p rORILLbD FREE ESTIMATES
'tlNO ,saa? SAY a through a low cost I nf Orr H. Krft. 'at.***... HAM Sir with\ rh***.
1 AS CLASSi' Frn.*t A. Ran" II', AIM. oft I I.. rr..", itCharll May B* La** Thai I. ,Think
1 CT.ASSiFIED.! I Attorney for th. O.* l>n..-ln. Pornr N.
MUSIC Ul? E Ann. i*. !Mar 4-11.11 ....lla and /!. ",.,. J14-,lliMBtf J. E. BURKE
ME f I

tU B. Mnntr'ry -. Pk 114 4ia
: LBdJAi. ADV."T..IMINT a BfUrt

l : Ckartar K. HIM Morn". Dlitrlet No. IRtPORT BBAUTV BAZAAR Uondl I COLA HOMES I

OP CONDITION OP TUB thrnurh f'r;..." Mckta. Steal VII Orarta Ct "' ..n. 7M 6141t
) Iii 7>4-4)7t* or 174.3431wanmIRs.. I
: A. MBuary BBtrBctUfi

J T>. PRICE ft InNR'
tI ON APRIL II. 1M4UBUaHtO road? for warm wtkr.. .Call
U"*:" and aafor. Fr 4.IBB ""



Cad. kalatieM wltk .,11.. kajik tad sub Hm. la ,_*. New DeLuxe' SeatgardsL ROY FRIERSON'S. Inc

nf rUtinn .,,,.......- ,.n ,. ?? MH _L_ _- d 454 ell MCnlt.d .*un ] .,..... (\............... ...1I.et_.. 1rM' aad lu..t'" .111.1.$ Seat CoversAL FOR ,

NEy! 142 'JI Obhaattana loans :and dtprou.4.of Statap LaS..._.political.ubdivalemm......_..........._.__._ t.Pl511.14:: ADAMS: SHELL UTATtOXSl HEATING: .
r Mood apnata ...__......__J.___.._._.___.__.. UIVDI N B RLVU, 1'...... 714.II4ILasAL r

f r I.PPI'BUt'
l/- ISHTRlfTtOVVOLI WB HAVE 'on* mot. phl'm' AIFnfHltlaiir
.F 00", ." dcpnalta at hidlrldual. aartamklpa, lid : IA 1M.NTV. FLORIDA bat pimp' 7541" 81".1
eorpnrallon .H'.I'U' I ran old. .,I I' U'. and .. .
April IH4Th .
Tim* aaA .aria. d-'I-e.-.i-ho"I.-ldU.II; ;i."iiip.4' et InwrartlJn. 50.4 air vend,tlnmra Br- ,-..

rnrporatlnn _"._". "'_._"."..__ .....__._...__... 4 ..* **47* \.. Board.. *.PuMIr r'Vrida I ....III... or Hill Uotfwta BPA\
7 : ::1''i: : 1'0\0 of I nand Hut. ne...*...nt _._..__ ImMMI I lit* a"too t Mint". PRINTING: rq I4all itaanlad tarn r.1.PI'TRI" ('0. 441 Y.
t JI 1'0",, *''* *' *tat.. and aoltttral *uMl.).>.. .,.. _. I.ill.Kl 00 Hid KxtUMt No. p.4IT. tok M'I'NtMRT. AYR OPEN CNTIL;
h l.rtin and ifrlrn' rhmka..ta. .. .. ........ IILIUIII fry. iiKwilltd I* k It M AM Mar p p...., am ,,.01.v.._
j7la n5ntnITS ::_ _:..:.. .1 I' udipl i. ) '
I'. ., .. Hod Adwilnlatratio
4. IM4 at tk* l mit '
! /al Tmal *>n>*ii4 <.**..11I,. ___. .._| Il .Mi" 51 II* :Xonkton ALL734.42'21W1155(1.1411:
ik) Total Urn and ...,.... d.pnlt. _I 4,>....1..4 aou. .BuiMiiii rVLaild.. ./rnrtd

'a ... fcabiUttM __ii. .-. ..r.. ... l.4 4'l II Fptwlflratlon trt play t.. ci....d from AJR-CONDITIONERLHoneycutt n Ir1IT1CI1ffl

pal TOTAL UABIUTIXB ..,.. ...V ', *.7TlHn4.M th.......a1C... hIAnd of the. '"'.'..'nl.. ...,, 1u.ria-. Electric Co.

CAPITAL ACCOUNT B,|....: Jokn II.mrlOunty Barrack I. II..'..... Airport
BupH..**d.nt -

CCB BOAKODfO BOCSB a wft. MAJOR BOOrtM I DVI ova TiTA1<' !ti .3 L W1U.UIII ce..tnna itork ir nla* ,*r "'ahr. It_** _. April ItRBOUBaT .lUXAIRE

Vo:! *nrM *utidiif: : : *li,..* :"."J==.:=::_-:.-_ Ma NMeu4..1..i. FOR alALIO BIOBRltARItOF ACTRTMUZRn

arpu. ..__.__..._....______ ..... _I RHein" and DEALER<.. .
WIVDON'T VdAKNOS'ORATITALL.OX r 1DU aLTAPLy M AM MDTIrER 1114? ALWOa{ .. .. -._____ .If.wa PI'RLk' INHTRUCTrnVOLlPlACOlNTT | and Air S.rtlr.d nditton4n1atll4 .
T56YARACMY ARE ICT t1UNt) A/J1 T cO00L tpA0THATIT TOTAL; CAMIr1".000Nf1._.____ ./t1a04N \ FLORIDA By
;*MOTTHMB tT11 O 2 011YEAU1 TIM:4: OntD AMRAO1W1felOlgN'AU' April !4. '''4 Wm. A. Mullen
DRATTED PK.1CnI.) MArf I c3)f4VNNCED TD OOpCEMQAifIOrS TOTAL UARILtTTTB AM CAPITAL AIY'Gt'NTS1,157.71 Th. Roar of pukllr Inatrartion
131 l'K PLCMP1Nr1:
1HEIR IIDMA uP TL*DOTE L HALF TA LD:1trioNAO& l, All.* IV Awkoh Chlr. N m.r.k. \on h (o..niy. Florida. r...iit. HEATING: :
p4-rAAT R'drTM
CAA4iR PIAEDN ..... Tha, Iltl. r.trl crt adillon. I true and Bld Mdl m PLLMBINO AND ITKNINQ
.re -.act t* tk* bat NDr PHONB ..
FOR tMCM(ALLIHty TWA81J46 F 1 SIT Igb7Klhr 14 KTPIRP7 / 11
YCU4IT LDOa. b....1.... ... "".t. HLATIVO CHOPMATKRIALA: .
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.. .nA. Home* and Half AcrekOVANCINft 244t05 ;.

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AMERICAN OLEAN: DqsC..s.hlsPINS W-MAT WE S'SIA. forca ownara af larta FROM

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ft Kick A.... "' .... '.'.1181 aiao BaMM lot' : : a ad "lit !I. ankvanlanoaaInriudad tliU ..01 HEAT HUMIDITYS
Lospli.-:1:1: ..1:1. 4-144 BOMB IBWINO N AC'NlWTI ROSES & ANNUALS ? I Prtca4 In au""*"" on,.. :: 'r.T 1r. :' Ji: ,
APPUAVCEBpAaJuca Or. ruly 55 IbIs Is 6.lo ft
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Merchandise MCLEf: ...... IN.1414 DAVE BRIDE NURSERY .,ii.t luuw7 .50555 I. 5745 SI's&IusS :.I.l.Ib-t.ll.1 I a* trtir far wrnrrhlna
ALL KINDS Or tPROUrrfRtJ : 101 z. ..rsus .PS... RB41l HOUSE PAINTPITTStW&G ... kummar prlea oNly
'HVRON' PV01.TtRT: CriTEl12AI = : tea M4 ka avua 4 m'sFRIERSON'S l.ANIIIIIALTY, : 11* 00*
J:. ? .. York .... '''.1101 ..'1"'ftNOl'' '. 7P75T11P41.EA. ? FvBMp. : I ",\ ;s Poul.v.rd MI ('OTt', 711.1114. ,..21" for
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Wa : Omit E:. rt1.- PTD. OTTO 55AV74. PoltpPhuns Clifton Timber & Realty
BUY SELL TRADE IM N. ..... Plus KB I.ITII Ill BL 4laaa Pkona IB 441MSft 774.755141w
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P1ICRER I TRA&INO' PUo-T lSIlOOP.s. I st.s-i.. ; ;;: .... In .II."t ,. .. .
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l..r UTIUTY Cam Trall.r' 11.1404 5,151.04., 4555 P. r.4r ..iii..... Oudllr cnnitru
al big tsl enmpartviant. .a.lil-HD Used Furniture Bargain <<1" DOLLAR for rod ,.... Nr.pinir. $ Jut'S.. V'ullll.r. P8iu1. ?54.IIi5, tl.n. Ownar tranafurrail will .u.
Tt.... nmviata with ".'. II*. Auotloa .., Pkatil riflr at |1 .IM. Mtakllakaa fl. AIR CONDITIONING
I Ma* tnflaiakl. raft oar* suit .ill*. HOME BUYS ,**alnaLAKtPAONT.

Cut ef M.t aqiilpiM, r1tlna __Pl\woo4 bottom III.41J1"OCKAAI I CrtinklatA Roomk PftAMt limo. k.41. ,In *"<( K, lara t 15. CB

pAnta In wntral rierlAa w. : : VII NOTION" 21 PIECES R.gular Price .0151 I''t.'r.*=tI( 'IM IM x'IW. loins on kaautifully $laodaoM'lUn. TII.rl' plenty of hot. stOcky
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comM yaur printing ordar-fromkualnrni Pakrla C" aiar. $199.50 lies pim' o{ w4th 80 why not
and p.ror.o.l cArda ta Kt: Boularar4OOVIHNON furnltura ,Im.Iu4a4 la r4uce4
.um-tk.'iMn4 full-pura alreu. Juit H'k na parw.nt ., 7.95SALE NICI from. 80"*. 04 $14 sri'Is. prIce efUAftftAACT 5t731.. do komtthlng about It b.for.
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I4.. Olaaa rklna all.. r'lI. 55..w 10 ...... SSTeSAM50511n. nethtr? d.y 1M' byf Do wIsh
Imyrna Caaek 4 w al. JI.. .1... JI......BrolL .*.. .11.... MUIT t.ll. t..T1v in hum to.r .
A .t. "' $.rvt. UU.t&cu. RINr- ROLt/JWATI nR.PTTAL .. 1\ .11r.,. Assotitls Look Into CitrIst Air Cordltt.n '
.. u&nItm. Ill I *..".. ,"... i ,.. 5. Wa.k BBM, lAST fHT 'lt, ..O M'. ...rral PRICE- : T t tl IM W. "" _".1'". Wi IMWpann,. Pkona 114-1111
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Ph"". ,34.3414.ibii4o5oM. 104 COMKODK CKAIKI. 131 N. Ian. .Baud. PkaaaNICC APRIL ONLY 51066044. C R. .horns ..n t *mrInt. I BCILt>W.ER:: C.OP Grt.LIl'-rtNB 1 : MOMBB: Lido SIllY p4'pl*. you ma,.

; Cola, iual ,...,.... .v.rlm.kliia Uk*, wllk full CALL 111.4' 1tV net rMllto tIlt '/
24 Fruits,' IB** JBCH! rifr Pral44"tll MM*). II. i ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE Oaks prirllos.' ............I1I4IX i iounfANDINa qualIty! air eon
"1-411... 1''.... l fninf d....... .1 .,.,...n $5.98'GOFF Pape Real Estate it tfitlenlnf doss fr "'.. trmn
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PRIIM" Florida Pairkea. facklnfallmlatiloai rail.. T4.phuI.MANOSAP4'V > ,, I n4wip let III MOLLINO AOMII IITATII |Just bro$ you eeollHi' It ails, '
$ II aar ku Brlnaaontalnir Ill Illl II* I BLTDNIVIR UMTAIR1' I loss Pum- I "I"* .M'.I"....::, Orntr lot *.IIt'! "..... lose ana "".. Oa ct.llumldl" sod potty Cliis.
W. Volurla Nuraary.ll aarratarv. CMirrcornar Uk ." l.h.d Apt. witS prlvatl potoS.5i1 b..t*.. l.rtn.K |!4.000IITMA truck Kouta. Call 1I4-4ID1.
-* W. PlTmoutk AI. e$5lut Cut 11151! kttrkar4n4 a<4 anrlkliit IIliva NAm.lII.PUPtN. stos th. air trirouK avaryroom.

lumklar Art alaM klnaiat uiara of Bin.Rant Lu.ira alortrl forrlaanlnc Ur4.f..I.I I I4I BosS. .' ':r.iMkin SEE TO APPRECIATE All It cI..", and flit.,.
INDIA* BITER pt't1I.tsnca Ia"' N.7. carpot API'S., nor .* I Cm ui, full*
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Pkone 111 till. t"l."t'.At mior or t55th7O.THIII Ldarapa4* Lou
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EmploymentIS HOuat TKAILIA, ia ".,,,",,. USED FURNITURE ra4 NOOil! I fnrnlakaa CkIM\ O K.Mil 1'.tttltIM.a ..*. Hardware Co. DELAND REALTY INC. I 55,5 Slut with sol Utsulat41 Tub I an4. PSawap.I Pa4om IUt. Carrier Air Conditioning

*4 park on at. Jokna, aoutk. aAslor CMtCK' MATHIR for your Toil 1-1.!M:., OrantaOIITNIW Rul t 01411 oi MoruiM Lftnt toll Complaia.; MID*. Call 0* your horn can b* a haven day
Elartna I rafrliartior <1ETIKrlaton PurAltur Naada. Wa Van food 504 S. lv4. &)isI l 114.4fv4t
I Oal titios wllk Ann .*.. Bid4ln. Llrlnf Roam .. .... DUr>LIX furnlakait. Vitr v7 sod niht-aven' In the honed
4-basI link I rlotkai rloaola with ivit15nj15 1 > ,. K .1.1. sal "1M.rll. : W. GOULD AGENCY
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fMuM. aimaiona ...01. "runnln Ava. Pkona 7143111.LOVILY ... 1)44444 P45W I 1111I Mnio. 11 FATM P.rk 50.001. of Mft351.. Liktikf We offer low down paymostssrdOd
A 'LieATion4' NOW..,.. tkalr wntr ImH laths,. II*I. Prar.tllCTftie Je I BR furnlah.t. Hardor.4 f>r. ..nnt n.MM. HUH. .l'tLDo : .
&I"r siu, tip. "...11.. Now S HI' M''I'''' 0.11. I lL'pTt tkin: RB 4 till floor. Tna kaik 104 N.rinkfort r* ,.r>( .O. JackMin foil 210 N. Woodland Blvd. lily budget term Cal

Apply l In Mrtoa *i.Iy. MarrtrH4 Soa,1. motor '1"1... J044.rslS >' 144.l.4< llitt, >4.,' j..:.. U' I '''.1171 OrCoIStSIlItOdlytOSdltaItl.Roy '
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ORTUNiTY ran WOMCNi PORTABLE: TTPt. roitrtmrKR coIklW .Py 1 .
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Tark 141 .,DIIIO M. I III''', 94.tr5 U Mml .> SAsIrIM.' '. o
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Werlt full or part Urns eiparlonee I1V. Tarnal ( h..tln anil SIP rnn 'tlnlii( 50k" tl tudroom SIMS, 005
unn.c....n. Write AvoitWtr 41 .. 'Sm .rin<.li* Wn Pranra M Pnow.PO HMO'' IATHI eklMa' all..!*. II.. Good Used & Repossessed I ROOM, lat floor...l. antranra'''''' alartrl, 5,4 > ..."......... Sulitlu 5i"i4'l5fl. LAKEFKONTHOME Wdf, III, u'o. (I, Pk. til. -. II

Hoi 4IH R. niTtnna. flu. i pirrn uvi\a ROOM aia kitrkan kalh, wat.r P *oo; aianrlr. furn. JIo..r .t._....... (11si4 I..".".1", Iron..IN. W'LL ::i "iru 4 ft I roomi ffli"' PUSh. .,,'... pins fap 111.lf.
MYTRADING POST uriTFii ...114 04 no OB hills Una. >oluaiakiMi farrol 00 prie's kill tU Mont .,* tuliakl .
Uh.rt .. 12 204 .0"11. is .
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r i I'IE"L uaCHAink itl. A4ilta, rkona 114.14*. for rui unit, witk prim .>. ..IAII.,.. 1l.tll. .. .
4T I. Florida AT... Pkana 114 1714 $U' PintS '''e. tOOlS
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Iti Noun.. 704 11. TSPI.PR ..----- .. I ROOM furnlaki4' wllk kltcktnkaih sod Ini -.2 44iRTwrPRESCOTT<>._ Ions m East *,I4* Pk KK 4.111*.
.1..<<- Pr.I'RO(2M I7'TT f.'A.-= .....$05.05 luSts, and wai.r: turn Pvtaiiranra. : .7 AtreageranmCrevttne
rn54r I ..111. _.515.51 rKPERI$ will foamoiktlraMoa Pr.,.. .tdull 441 X.thurck :. Prestige Location
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ON: IEI..tv4i So-Del Furniture OARAO.C A,l. I .ous'. Hot watar. Ar.* .'r .* Ins nom. lsr. I lI'lo' room *110 ne acLu HCAL BatAii: Friersonfs!
ONE MAN 'ft4l11 fnr ; .5g4Ops ..Illl 1zoUT rvomkiot for LM* fir,.....I norrk. Clna. ,.. Claan.l.1 Hmu kullt with Ton l .lmt_ firsylsrl. Pie.i Roam. fl 5551,11., Clifton Timber & Realty
light oMIt moatiy k l 10 .*rt* Ansa : AKMASOEOOkn fI W. Hsri.FUPNIIHID ful Un lot In TuB ....11.11. VaIl,'
.. of Bsns '".1. Cvrnlnaa ky AoBnlnt-nrnf PIAhf YACT' far intmnf RBALTona'; nciiERi -. larerperaUdPM
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;..u..oI.T"I typo _.Ill." Adults ItlL fursinilid. 144 frtm* linm wall; .nl.\\T I tk,OsrS I..I!.14IrS s I .0upIl "f mll.Ini .. north On IA... i. ACAII wli1loit ft Like".. Air C.Rliltlertlll' .:
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4ft Mnlttl rmtrvMirttBALDWIN P Voorkla kfomri N. 554 a MM 7'.. *
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MANY OTNCR, $fianalniTLnnr; lowpaymrnia : ,.i..H *ii4 mil wIll\ 80 tk. Sal of for fkninaiua 5. Plrl4, R14-041,, ,
Mitt &ri. Au.. reullI Taaiad and Oiurinlaa4Conv MSCISN, O"I.t rI.o" J I'olroOmJiuptsi. |>in.P6, ..,,1". k "4iT'U..l l. REALTY. .. f>r 'Mu..I1"", .. (Is hut troiiM
Hi man 10 pfrvJoI nlnt rMC PlnanclaaBdulevard UI Yl5t MiplionlO' irxmfnrUM' horn. fill, t SlIPS II IIA II rinM tuhina sod rtmmln( laka
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"'U".. ....... la f>oLu,,. )"Ii. Appliance Inc. "Pri/"tAl, PlANS) 4o4w flIIIIAt ,rnndltiana. Purnapt. Vita South' Omul of f>*location Land, I off*C ffw B. 11.klork Plus* ltI 7?. ..".. P50,4 '".ITU' I1"' '**' **''. ..$ 'lWaaalram kwn,
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and asMrtanra I ..*'.I PO Non 1411daytona ; rnndair a.i.a A earn 815 f7C TotS HAVE narl THE p :FaIr UArKrkTa hinI.51S1 P.51. brOil iw rar m*. Pk, An ..'..fiilo. !>..l low prlra of III.... D. EARL \VRENCE"\ __Xni l>4. ,,.,...... P15.> AutomotivaM

II....... PI*. IM V. Bl Id. PIous 114.till .l.rtlon ,In Nallfa Ar.. 1t6.11 I"-> I Adulta Me paia HARRY F. EDWARDS ",..'.. LOOKING fop tuaaiklnf, Mt. 1 S Tr

GOFF HARDWARE THOMPSON MUSIC CO. 4 ROOM t'pslilrs. Apartm.nt Aol "As the Psilolsilt"' till K PInS. P.Un4T ka.. Ik ...,.. .( ro... alata. In
KPIRIINCID.COOK Mirtilnitot Car. ULEVARr sod WiacOMBIN I *<,* ,...... Cloa*. I... llMi N.Furniaha4 I. OPSO,. t'll5 775.5005' >kii. Ill...'! 114.1141 -.. H S00Oii 4 ro..4 Tklkareva ......... Nr M ..
Full part
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:. Apply In Mr.nn, only PLEKTT# OP PARKINO CL5.53I (ipso .... An... I JOHN E. MARSHALL slurs ISIS tt..t. In TnlaM
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CLOaC OUT NEW PIANO 'IA.4141 OKEJN be. If 1.1,505 A'. f'.r41gs Cl,5 want amnaiklna 104 IM a,nan' o* it ISIS .,.,e.. (
MUST IN ...t. iii II te itit *0.r.t" LA*: .IITr..I. Pio, dlllwIsSfr AIls I ,1...._ _ m '''? P1.55 170.50(4p45w : Kfa t... Dinaay 10 kauk ,.ou __tll.481 ar tll.4111. yfM
.. n,. II pu.i small ..... suitp. .. AICTIONBA44 $695.A ; All6 Outaldl' rllT 11115. 11 BfON ALSO lit aorat, alaa of CUTwkar "
.f *4 eksrort.r, VI"I" Weed "'.... 1 "ItIiBX'IIffIrsI. toot. 54ouf, TU\M. If' WI3 IItSltSt4SO I yon aan kitna k"4 k..a PORO R.iditar fvJ ita C'rJji4it.
AkAAY and MmimiMlmf .,lut A4,ill*. ,*.. w *. P.EEIK: : (.Ir....... I*, pp '''".1...'. Must 5j hususs '.11' hora* ||. "MOA ana na. III*. Ult >.,tIa':!
.*.,. vl,... Trm iM>rtitlii suit ORDERS TAKEN SPECIAL fA1.t11IHOWDY'S .thinS 114' 111* a"rad ....'Id.' ao4 'I!' ,...t.... Pk. _o( Illosas 4U S 501.5FRANK *TrK RIAtTT A''. .... A.. .....,.

,:fc r INTIMVItW!lnf > nui, writ fumlfht'l* FA .<* Pen a*av CHICK (ama Kan4 stSi I 'IBOROOM Pint: ft"ar Apt "r'I .". 114...*.. ..m". D U.4 515041'Tl. PHOVJI 114.Hit "ittf CMIV, s toa pii-k-c* MiI

IIT. DtUM Fit, tTtCl. mi 'T1Hlnttr Now HaniMkira Ka..a> MUSIC SHOP I r. .11'". til W. ....". Pk.t 1. I, SPARROW aarfaot aa4 WItS many :. .
Pin. 'Ia. lit tint .u.Uflc .. for Monnty LAS TiiaMay T>4ll..r. 111 N. II''.' Pliona til.4MI 4,8"n. SY 0054151 I p.sruoou. c 5. furlS.Csrparl i i"a fI..1 It.\: RoS5" .. "' 1M-4H' 40 Acre Grove t.... Pknaa 114.till tftar 4 .a M
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ORGANSl'IANOO am t M, 14k soS IM. Pk hSt.tiis I S IS?. Ill fry**"' "* LOUISB CLARa I "pusS f.N6VI, 5.4,4 1tNt1l.. 63 Volkswagen W"i(JrtJ

21. ,- Iltntl..l W.....-. .. .- t4rMATTAN'!: tmrIJ Whi t1!=1- :,..." ..m. lOwMv e..N.. 'tarlln' al. ''af-or I. . j.. .ei:0-la1': ** 'ishak ;" > Roil 1'''' 1'1. Hw.. It TO I...TI.SArEINVESTMENTS I oS 1i15 .JP.1 pools es .amo a** 054 raat I : .4T. >u i ii,. aaw, i.M4. anaj
aria. (Comvlai' Will main. laa.aoiia | TWO roomapu. al |i'' B. 1hr4 rlroom.' f iMik lot WUnfit I **' ., ownar draak. "
0A lie .d .... anil aonrloa. aiamwav.Cklrkkrin t'oirh's.' trauad *000,. Call __ ,.: .r.*. k. ia *, 'r BELL MOTOR CO.
CAPNT1T PEPA StOrk Plaana an4! %
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Call fl4.00O srl C. ... Ohar kranila. rartlnt al only STORES CaP tIp.Ms.ol
911 I. IIr"u. ,000 I. .. II. L4".IIUtt"" 'i:1 1.
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FIRES 68 Group Baseball'Tourney Gators Wh il) Vols In SEC Play, 12-8 '.

Ortega Halts LA. Slui l { ;. IN *'MEET. -: N.. no

*rf ft : .> The Aaeaalatetf' rrei. games shaped up aa pitching duel The Gator exploded for eight'
Plenty of action at the '
Mississippi winner of the *, Loony Richardson: won for run and the Colt countered with]
DeLand Golf and Country : OpensAt Western Division of the Southeastern tht Commodore witS a two.hit. six. Florida hiked Its record toIL

By Nipping Braves 1-0 Cub over the weekend for Conference base- ter. The toting pitcher, Jimmy
member '
of the DeLand .
Men'i Golf Association. bun) League I* keeping a watchful Robinson, gave up only one bJt.Tech' Auburn ((10.4) fell to Kentucky

eye on Auburn Florida and victory came on Ron when Charlie Casper singled la

Walt Cunningham bad a Kentucky.The Scharf four.hitter. a run In the seventh inning The
68 to win the Low Gross .
Conrad Park latter three are in a heated The seventh inning of the FlorIdaTennense day before Kentucky' Cottta
After pitching himself out of grounder and nailed May at Tournament. Greg North.
for the Eastern DivU-
a, permanent job with the Lot . clank was the Nash provided the margin with a
the plate.Philadelphia < nip came la with a M to ion title. Kentucky edged Auburn .
of the two run homer
and busiest day
Angeles Dodger for tour year, got three home wla the low B U Frank twice last week moving to withIn'one longest

Phil Ortega ha* hurdled him-[ rum plus seven Innlne.. of tlhtpltchlntt Hayes collected a 49 while Opening game of the division leaded .

eel Into Manager Walter Al..ton' from Ray Culp before i Jim SweenyCarmaa Inch Baseball Tournament aMion Jn the 1*Group scheduled I Florida 1* only one half came IN AMERICAN LEAGUE

heart in about two hour he tired. Tony( Taylor and GUI I. and Bill Churma all fired67i. behind SEC
T 30 defending champion
to get underway at tonight -
The 24 year old righthander, Trlando socked .
solo homer
In Conrad Park when the ,
Starting In place of the Injured while Bobby Wine unloaded a Bill Morris won honor. Sanford Seminoles and New Ole Miss claimed it* sixth

Sandy Koufax, stymied Milwaukee blast in the sixth for being closest to. the pin Smyrna Beach Barracuda TN Western Division title when a : Chisox Edge Red Sox
1.0 on four hit Sunday a* on No. II aa he waa 11 feet I ;
CNDEB PROTESTSt. square off with each other.Other doubleheader with LouisianaState
the depleted two inches
Dodger won only away
Louis its was canceled Saturday be.cause
played game with teams in the toum..ywW
their Dave and
third in 12 Pugh Joyce
game Houston under protest. That action not see action until Friday of rain. That left only four
The victory Ortega' tint in the Bowes tied for top honors
major league stemmed from an unusual in the "blind bogey" tour. night SEC games on the Rebel schedule Yankees Hit .500 Mark\
propitious time.came at a most Inning.ending double play In the nament with 73i. Little I I. known about the Semi. At 100 Mississippi lead ,

eighth when the Colt scored soles as they did not play the I the league by five game
This 1 II the
fifth season Ortega two run. Bulldog this season On the Kentucky toppled Auburn ,.,

has had a trial with the Dodg Mike White scored on RustyStaub' I other hand the DeLand nine met I' LITTLa LlAOlJa W I. Pas a. Saturday, banding l the TI.

ers. Even in the minor hehasn't I and defeated the Barracuda Plereoa' I 1 MflHnller len their second one-run loss Sy The Associated Praia Elsewhere la the American
risen fly ball but Bob Asprovmonte ; ...:::::.-.-.. ; Ttttanderd > I
the S
to expectation I t It'* a long way la from the
twice lit pair of real good two day Georgia Tech splita League the struggling Yankee
.ether* bad for him was ruled out for leaving Leafs CopStanley ,1 a Oil ... 5 t eel fcr lH *;
when Los '
I Land rederal I I :.Ns J doubleheader with Vanderbilt, bullpen at Chicago'! Comlskey
second before the. catch. Manager games. ? finally reached the .500 level
.'Angeles signed him out of a hike __._,.-.____ 1 I .U* ft*. for '
.Mesa Ariz ,Johnny Kane contended i la the first meeting-th Bulldogs __ r I sal m 2-1 the Jacket triumph and Park Plenty of time for a reliefpitcher with, a 54 victory over Baltl
high school for A.---- i
a an"nh :_:___ .
White' cored a 5-1 win aa BobDerfuss I > JM IS 1.0 for Vandy'i victory. Florida
reported $60000 bonus In 195 run shouldn't count Ife to size up the altuatlon. more; Minnesota nipped Detroit
thee.hltter.Left.hand'r .
had pitched .a ML.ndTODAr'1 OAM 1.111 beat Tennessee U.S. A twin bill
But now, his 1.20 earned run Aspromonte singled home. Cup ; Gene Ressner hurled tanderd ("l at CnnradTOMORROWS between Tulane' and Mississippi And you can bet young Frank 32 in II inning; Loa Angeles
what turned out to be the winning
average Is the best the CAMS Kreutzer was doing[ some fancy
well for the Coda and allowed State was canceled because of napped a five game Clevelandwinning '
run earlier In the Inning Ilk at Datand federal
have. Manager
Before his shutout, ht had only five hits. wet grounds sizing up when White Sox 'II
.pitched (23 inning in relief. Ron Hunt and Tim Harknes 10"a"LiLlAalJa Al Lopez waved him Into streak 7 0 and Washing
-, OTHER GAMES rallied the Met after they Associated Pre*" Sports Writer Tt>t second time these two I W L.. r>e.. al STILL L'NSEATENMississippi his fourth big league game. ton downed Kansas City 74.

Elsewhere In the National threw way the first game TORONTO (AP)-Tht neversaydie team met the Bulldog struggledto nulleT rwLand Tinge. ..::: I *It."non<"> Hrierk defeated Mississippi Lopez renowned lor his handling I The Yankee evened their

League Sunday Hunt scored all three run after Toronto Maple Leaf are a 1.0 Victory aa Frank Glumam 'e __________ t L".n ijninnDlsle State twice earlier In the of pitcher*, picked quite record on three unearned runs, ,
Philadelphia .. I
____ .
fired a no hitter Rnsaner .0 1 '\io week for the margin necessary
whipped Chicago '.1. Houston h* singled double and tripled. Stanley Cup hockey champion j ,0011 114Shady a spot for the rookie left.handerin the final one coming wh..ttc.tcher
wept past St. Louis 61 and Harknes sent him home two of t for the third straight year aftera one again did a fine job in a Oaka.---:- : : I :*M I for.a championship. The Rebels Sunday'a game against Bna.I John Orsino let a Has
Pittsburgh and New York splita those time with singles brilliant rally in the playoff losing cause aa ht wa nicked oun.,'. final. for only three hits.OTHER )elAnd Clark. SEC competition play their last a passed ball in the eighth in-
doubleheader, the Pirate win. The Pirate won the I I [ Dodos n. I 1-0 in the second Inning and the
opener ACTION four conference at home. ,
ing the first 4.3 and losing the on Roberto Clemente's base.. 1 Toronto, two game away a y Th. Aeeeelehd- ">.,. games bases were loaded with one out. nlng. Hal Reniff was the winne
.nightcap 32. San Francisco loaded from the title after dropping a Two game will be played in NATIONAL LIAOUK: Then they meet the Eastern Division All Kreutzer had to worry In relief of Whitey Ford.
and single In the ninth.
Error W. L. P... 0* winner for the conference
Cincinnati were rained out of a by'Al Morari and John 2.1 decision on its home ice last the.tourney,on Friday.night.. In Philadelphia } about wa the defending American Jerry Lumpe' wild throw
doubleheader. Tuesday capped the comeback the opener at I o'clock it will be *.it Freneelco1 f Im: HPmnhunh championship. League batting champ with the bases loaded and two
St..phenllonand a walk to BilVkdon with 40 the Detroit Eau Gallle, a team DeLand ..._. t 4 .e70 1lnrlrr The V.nderbllt.Georgia Tech out in the llth Min
Ortega a (-foot.2, 17S.pounder had filled the base. a victory over <- I >.ll _. C I :141 I Carl Yastrzemikl, who was the inning gave
truck out three and walked :Red Wing In the deciding downed by 12 her Friday night Vllwaukea _? : I Ml tHnueinn next batter and the league'sleading nesota Its victory. Jim Kaat

only one after the Dodger gave game Saturday night. facing the winner of tonight'saction. txilila, _._._n_._ I S S ,:,100.14t.*.vtHi Florida hitter. Frank Malzone, went the distance to win It, Bob

.him a mania the first inning. Ht Celtics Grab Toronto Manager Coach O 1'hlcaan -----. 4 : :Ann 14 who wa on deck. You could forgive I Allison) and Jimmie Hall hom
Lot Ani.I.e | .SAO 14
was in trouble just once-when Punch Imlach who .tuck to In the nightcap[ the hosting New-; Tnrk __.-.._. I I .2"" .4 Lopez if be shuddered Justa ered for the Twins,
Lee Maye tripled in the fourth. a rigorous training schedule Bulldogs will be battling the Sea SATURDAY' ftllULT hit. Don Dimmer crashed two

the while breeze Sand Crab in the third Pmeburih 1.w: Tm-k 4 But the' didn'tcringe. home runs and Bill Skowroa
However third baseman throughout playoff Sporting youngster
John Sixth] Crown t, toe An,.l.. 1
Werha grabbed Joe Torre'. the :Red Wing. rested between meeting between these two I P.n *'ren"' e7x1 He fanned Yaitrzemakl locked another a* Washington

game*, wa high in praise of schools this sesson. rhlra PMlailolnhla 1 INs: and got Malzone on a grounder built an early lead against
Houston 4 St. Louie
his player. DeLand has blanked Seabreeze SUNDAY' MltULTa Briefs End of threat and start of 5 2.3 I Kansas City. Rocky Colavito

Hatters By 105.99 "They showed all the signs of twice and both have come off tint \... Tnrk I-I, PUtihurch 4-1 Inning of airtight relief Jim Gentile and Manny Jmltnez .
Drop pitching performance that sawonehitterl Philadelphia' I, rhlram t1x homered for the Athletics.Fred .
true champion. Bob Baun Carl >e Antrlte 1. MlrneukeeHnuetnn 0 a y The A..I..d',.... Kreutzer who won his first
BOSTON Brewer and :Red Kelly all hadneedle fired. S, St Ixiule 4 TENNIS big league game by 21, allowed I Newman, who had beep
(AP-'Thl has to The first time It wen sophomore Dan. francalco at Cincinnati, I sidelined for month with
a in
Two Contests to deaden the pain of (..Ia.! CAPE CORAL The Miami Just three hits before I..vlnllor
be the, best Celtic team ef all" Ken Gill doing the honor felled tonsils blanked
I their leg Injuries, and then they TODAY' GAMES Hurricane won team honor In a pinch hitter in the seventh. He Indl-
I Bill\ Russell, the\ man who: told m* they all wanted to In Daytona Beach a* the Bulldogs Los Ancelea at Hnuititii (X) the Florida Intercollegiate Ten fanned four.Smith. ana In his first start Tom Sat

Saturday afternoon the Stetson! proved defense can dominate ascorer' play" Imlach said. won. by 30. Next Derfuss Only aims arh.dul.dlTUIIOAY'* GAMES nil tournament but uf- rlano slapped thret of 13 Angel

f University Hatter dropped .apair game, summed up .Kelly DaveDeon; .and!' George I took his turn pounded a home Hen frinrucn it Chlriinlx fered hocking defeat! in both hlta and drove In three tuna **
': of Boston' unprecedented sixth rune over the left field fenceat Ani'lce ., "..".'..n INt Los Angeles\ handed Cleveland
to the Into
'I game University Armstrong sent the puck Phlladolphb .t rinclnnetl (V) single and double final. Lex Writes
(i .of Miami Hurricane by 13-& and straight National Basketball Asoclatlon the Detroit net In the third per.lot Conrad Park and posted an Plttuhiinrh at Mllitiuke. (N) Wood of Florida State upset MI. its tint setback since opening
( 0 victory New York at St. Louis (N) i day.
la and
R 9 championship seventh to take some of the pressure '
am! Rod Mandelstam 46, (3,
t, ", In the opening game the Cane In eight )'ears. off goalie Johnny Bower, who On Saturday night the Group AMERICAN LEAGUE (2 then teamed with Don C. Three MarksAUGUSTA
Tournament will I
'cored their win In only five Inning After the Celtic defeated San wa engaged In a struggle with be decided when Championship the winner of n.r.Und :.------W.I L.j .714 Pet. Ot ton to beat Mandelstam and

at the contest waa halted Francisco: 105.99 Sunday night rival nermlnder Terry Sawchuk. : n''I.-: ....?.. 4 eon U John Hammill in the doublea, I iF
Friday night' action meet at _... :
I 4 SMI 1Chlr.nn
because of rain. the big center heaved a sigh of Until that last period flurry 1:30.: The winner will move onto _- I 4 ,550 1 26,16,62. Ga. (AP Nice J
The second game went seven relief in a jubilant dressingroom Andy Bathgate'i tally on a Mlnnvunta -. :Mft I guy. or girl, don't always finish .
inning Freshman Craig[ Gruber the the Regional Tournament and Now Tnrk .. 4 4 W" 14 last. Sometime they win. y (
put one giant sneaker on breakaway with game a hen to, the State Tournament Wi.hlniton ( 4 ;41* S GOLFOCALAJack 1
from Riviera Beach pitched a the bench and beamed little more than three minute nntn, !4 Take the case of Marllyna
fine later next month which will be I,,., Anal.s i :::::: : : ::: fir bunter, Lake Smith. The
t game in the nightcap and allowed "Tht league wa tougher this old wa the only ,0.1.of the in Palatka for the Qua A Meet X...... Cltr _____ I a .214 S City auto dealer fired a final 35-year-old golfer r
only seven hit but his known aa "Miss Sunshine" because
year an we had to be better to fame. SATURDAY' fitSULT* round 71 to win the Henry N.Camp .
teammate managed only four. Bower and Sawchuk each s.w 4, Balilmnr 1 of her bright smile and
I win Russell said. "No can golf tournament with a j
Friday afternoon at 3:30 the one hots. P1Ira, lt: Bratxn S :; friendly: attitude on the women'.
tell me San Francisco isn't a kicked out 33 Bower was Mlnnnota. SK tal of 280 for 73 holes. R. L. (
Hatter will close out their regular beet In the min. League lilt I. \\,..hlnctnn tClmland tour, rewrote the record book in
great team. We all know Cincinnati .t t his waning anus William of. !kale. the defend
1 Lee Anat 1 (11 1.II1n. In- her second straight I ITltleholden
season a* they host the winning I
wa terrific. Boston had ute a* the Maple Leafs clonedout (.) ing champion finished second Sunday
Jacksonville University Dolphin. to be something special" by playing shorthanded for UNOAY' eeauLT1N.w With 282. Championship

t These same two team will\ playa 3M of the last , twin bill on Saturday afternoonIn Na team In professional sports Leaders ( 1. Bneinn t TENNIS Country dub course '
; Jacksonville. ever had won six straight play I, Dimll I (11 Instep) She finished with a ont over
lx, Ansl 7, ri l.ndWaahlnitnn 0 DALLAS Frank Froehllng
Miami ...;.. 234 40-131 off title before The Celtic U.S. Cagers 1, ...n... Try 4 of Coral Gable. Fla, won the par 72/ .hole total ef 289, two

Stetson ......12 0 10-444 had been tied at the previous TODAY OAMtWtihlnctnn Dallas Club invitational rrokes better than the lour-
Hines and Popovic; Mayer record of five with the New S The '.'lt':1U'." at Las An.. tl.. ATIONAL Onlr turn* rhdul*f1TuiSDAY tennis tournament bearing Ham
Llnzee (2) and Byen. York Yankee*' World Series Score natures; lit et betel Mare '* CANES Patty Berg of St. Andrew, 111.
tings of 1949.'S3 and Montreal'* Finally Van 'run'.'...., ..*., Harkneae, >ewRune4 n...'..... at Mlnn."tat.r Richardson Dallas, 1I.C.. In 1955. Miss Smith also set the
1. < New York
Miami ,.210 000 1-4 71 Stanley Cup hockey champ, ; tiara, Ian Pranclam, IT) Rultlrrmr.o at at flmitnnW 1S.36 and 54 hole and back nine I
Stetson .001 000 0-141 LENINGRAD (AP-Tht) US. Alh>n. Philadelphia. 10. ..hln.l..n at I.... Ani i''e (N) Today Stars record for the tournament in
j I WSfr'M.LOST Run Batted In Maya. San Detroit at Kansas City i Fitzgerald Sleglar IC) and LEAD basketball image shaken somewhat Vraadern' Hi Raaka. fhlcaan ead I four day of what she called
when Russian team won diems,,.. Ptttelnirih' 1*. pAcirie COAT LEAGUE I y Th* Aeaa late4 Praia
Popovic 'the week
Gruber and : greatest golfing
Byer Boston lost th*. lead It had I Hue: lament, pttlertitrrh, SATURDAY'S KltULT
I lipid Ann the three straight game from a and Meva. Kan '..n.I.,.... IS Ulave, Pnrtln4. 1. Penvrr 4 BATTCSO Tim Hurknewi, my life." The victory earned "A For
second period touring American squad last ..'il...."k.., and Clendenon, Fllte- 1I.tI. t, fait Lake rttv 1 dui.p Mew Yak Meta, .had five bliss $i too. I fighter

Maris Tallcs early against in the the final quarter week appeared brighter today. urth1 PnnhUe, tartell, PItt.....".., .,d.d' I.I 1n:H'::nn. 'enowlnnkan nll 1 ta eight Him M bat In a She had to beat the Associated

persistent Warriors, The traveling AAU team bolstered I. ...... led with. 4 Oklahoma. CIty 1. 555 1'1.." deuhle-lee.der with Pitta- Press Woman Athlete ot the I Fairness"
then the TrlnlM I' r.... .
regained edge. Retiring flvt Olympic aerie Chlcaajn | Tarnma at Arkaneaa (a pdDallaa )
by cagf'ra.f'nded Nnnainn, t, I, Hawaii burgh to rate hla average It Year, Mickey Wright of Dallas. ,
Frank ,
I About the winning capl point Ramsey on a free got its tailspin Sunday by else.Nnm.TMlllemi.: Rima Mer. t'hlrai*, Ken..; t.An..I. .-:.:.. UNOAV ItltULT .44. Tex., to do it. Miss Smith. who -Tim,. Trlbvni

Change trimming aa Leningrad) ..... SIN ...; aod IlrCotay, Tacoma at Arkansas, pn4ttl mama nut Ortega played out of Runaway Bay,
throw to make the ,.
score l00.02.But :!. quintet 71(5. Hen Yreni-leon' ., (. at .It .k. Pity It vM tapnkane
I Wilt Chamberlain cut the Klnlen ...... W Hla, txta Angel. .. at InrllanannKa' II. Ppd.lV. ) LM Anele Dodger' shut out Jamaica, nipped Mis Wright by
:"VEW YORK Jim Barnes of Texas Western, ". .. 11.e. Portland eSOkla Milwaukee ELECT
(AP-A ugges-- lead l e. S. n Darle' Id' Anielee I r an four hits 14 and one stroke when Mickey missed
to two points 10199, with City t-t Han t 14.15 | .4Havall
I only collegian among the Olympic Pttrhln OTnnl rinrlnnallKII .
'ton that Roger Mart might 1) seconds left, Russell dunkeda 510.1.,. Mllnauk.' .; RonnNS an.l It-i. Pallai 11INTtRNATIONAL gained hi. lint major league an eight foot birdie putt on the
have developed a new personality learn member on the Soviet : ,. Phlledelpkla: rrlrnd.Plltebunli. LIAOUI.ATU"DAV'I victory aa the Dodgers' wmt finsj hole which would have Fred Karl
Helnsohn miss :
Tommy with
this drew tour scored 20 point Sundayto Xlirlrhel. flan rran. RtIUlraTan eely their third In U Miss
vehement denial the match.
year U second left to settle the the U.s. comeback. The .. _, and Gibson, St. lx>ule, I-*. II Richmond game aquared Wright
from the New York Yankee issue. pace Jimttrlkemite' ; Buffaln. S, Cnlumhua 1nrS.m.r larta. wa the pre tournament favorite.
... ,
other Olympian are Larry nil. (t. Louie 7, AtlantaJarkennvlll 4 GOVERNOR
ht .
admitted slugger hit today aim wa although to have Russell played the full 48 minutes Brown Dick Davies Pet Me 't. Runnlna las rranelae Phlladelohia, ,"ace.AMERICAN aa4XarlcaeU ..., Hvrarnaej ..1 The Detroit Tiger have won

,better relation with the fan ,. had 26 rebounds 14 point Ctffrey! and Jerry. Shipp. .alAAU '" Un4" came 14 InnlnretUNOAY' 100 er more game la a season The highest outfield wall In

and aU assists, Helnaohn scored trandotit LIAOUtVertlnc RESULTS three tlmea and finished the American League la the left ....
and press. III1 i* t.t. JUalanna, Ttrwiin '.1. RlrnmoiMl 4arnlutrliii (Pel. Ads Pal fw k y P. .
"Win lot or draw I'm out It while Ramsey and Sam Jones The American! dropped two ,'::;:"'.., ..UI, >....... |x>* Anselea, ".7.Atlantat Murrain. ,44IWkMier Pr4) second la two of those year, field 'tenet at Boaton'f Fenway Certfn, Cameelfn' T....._.

,to lead the league In enjoying contributed 11 each straight tn the Russian nation Runs rr.a"el'. tee AnelM, Iftl) axra. .,,.. .at. Jarkennrllla." a U1S and 1961. Park which stands 37 feet. .
Chamberlain got 30 points, U team at Moscow and were beaten 011n.. ..".......... .1,
myself this year" he said. "I ... ........ .... .. -
In Run In It. Los 4: Allan. Mln*anta and ZI. -
the second and here A U Steam .
'want to relax and have t good : half scrappy Saturday night. Anaelae. an4 Hlntnn W ..hi.."..",, mar, Waahlnvtaa.
little Guy Hedger* had 19. had never been beaten be- mnlen .-... Aaerlrln fultl.BJIAT .
.time. Mil -OIlTa Vlnneenla. II; Mal. .. St asnr. ,. Cleveland. a.
"I've made mind not Son.. (wit on,II Plirhlnf, Mlll.r, luitlnmr. ; ELECTBOB
up my IeNhl.s II........... lnalnnl tamak. RnMes.. fluihardt. (Oil
to get mad at newspapermen. IN TEXAS OPENCrampton 11...... Oilraso. and. Rnlllna, Ilialn ass: ....It.... ('In.',,,'' IxHrh.r .
I'm not going to let the fans' ... 4: ajKn tied with I. >*ini Trtalra HInloa Waahlataa, 4; And rmntola WuhinatR 1-.. | *na.rrlkennta .
'booing bother me. Let them )'ell'aD On.. MI..._.. 1.Rems P..., K.n._ City
..... .k........ "....1.... It. knack. ("1ft.....*. IS. ,
they want to. I'm not goingto r .

listen and like It. No more Grabs
letting those thing bother me."

Maria was soundly booed Vote For and Elect ,. STRICKLANDCounty

.opening day at Yankee Stadium

,when the fan believed he had I .
SAN ANTONIO Ttx. I(AP chit Rodrlguet. a Puerto Rican, N
not shows enough hustle In an Bruce! ,Crampton stole Arnold aid Bob Charles, the ten.hand.
I effort to catch a By ban that to. win the from wbO Commissioner
Palmer' script $40. 'er NeWj.Zealand, J. L. "Jim"
fen In
front ot him in right field 000 Teas Open golf tournament wound up with Til

for a tingle."The with the greatest comt.from.behind Rodriguez had a chance to District 3

outfield was soggy from performance of the )'ear.Palm..r tit for It when ht cam into the
two day of steady rein' Marls a
final under Inc
skipped the Texts gone seven par

'explained. "Maybe It'didn't look Open thl* time after winningIt the tournament but ht mused a Commissioner Vote' County Wide

that way to the people but I rasa three time, but Crampton Ixfoot putt and took a toeey I
bard a* I could.
subbed beautifully for the man Anyway the Texas Open e' DISTRICT 1 i
with all that money and noted turned out to be a .show for she t

for lots stretch Nina. Palmer foreigner-three took tile tin la: the Assures Of: '
a May Primary Yo.u.
BottlingResults I d" I ,
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