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ARRIVES Although 'Disastrous '- 4

It "at a little damp eutalde Consequent lyyncom
for dancing around UM MayPole
today Uwwa joonptlen
dldn t have the Mine problem. x j
Thin display was oeolKned by Launch
Dire Lan, Smyre and ran be ,
seen In the lobby of the Barnett Are Warned IGiruskcEev
National Bank for thenext By .
two week lounirftters
1f Reset
that took part In the first dayof II- j
May ceremonial were, left ..
to right., Beverly Bale Stanton ..
Gunny, Barbara Roberta WASHINGTON (AP-Launrt!
Linda Heley, and Brad and Over America's Cuba of the nations next hoverlngl
Hike Ott. Sun ivewa Photo by IT FlightsMOSCOW communication satellite Sya-*'
GUmort) Y y com J, tau been postponed from "
May 3 probably until next July
'" The delay announced todays.

: .1I (AT) Premier sequences" tate. Algeria President Ah foreign visitors on the eve of the stems Indirectly from an Aprils
I Khrushchev said today continued ?This will be a disaster, first med Ben Bells and an array IIIpv.rnmrnt big rally In Peking main II rocket motor Ignition, accident -,
I I. ... i and foremost, for those who officials and visitors at Cape Kennedy, Ha, In*
squat that his would
U.S. violations of Cuban airspace country which U men wen Injured, two:
'I I "can have disastrous con carry through a policy of provocations were on the reviewing stand, win IN quarrel with the Soviet totally
and Red China Premier
aggressions against Cliou En. Union and other Communist Became of the "
Cuba" he told a Kremlin reception lat told. a reception for 1,300 cillics postponement
the National 'Aeronautics and,
for guests at Moscow big
Space Administration has tent,
May Day rally sapusrea.a, signals tn brake the westward
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Only the day before Prime drift of S 3, some 22,3001'mU
Minister Fidel Castro of Cuba above aK-
Efffct the equator
Of Weather
lad told respondents in Ha
about the 130th meridian due
vans h. would tolerate no more I smith of Loa Angeles. .t
FINAN flight and U the Americans The agency wants to keep
wjntwar 'they will get "'Ir," SIDEWALK DAYS9 ON; Syncom 2 over the Pacific asj
The State Department a backup for Defense Depart
1 YIt promptly Bald the reconaalisanct mast communications teits tai
fli .hti would continue PIERSON EVENT OFFThis I that part of the world thoulcj
The Communist! world held Its the Sjncom 1 launch prove unsucceiaful. -;
annual May Day rites today with .

massive outpourings of people In years 'Sidewalk Days' sales event was launched A NASA spokesman laid the;
Moscow and Peking and the today on a river of rain but, a number of determined bargain- planned May S launch had been
usual tough talk about the In. hunters turned out despite the weather delayed, pending future extenJslve
vlnclblllty of communism.But And. also despite the weather several DeLand merchants sfln| tests of the rocket,
the great schism between adhered to plans for sidewalk displays of 'Pf'clally.prlrpd motor In the third stage of the;
ta Soviet Union and Red China merchandise by placing the displays beneath sidewalk canopies Syncom 3 Delta\ booster iyi"tern. .
cast Its shadow over the gala .
celebrations, The Soviets refused During the two.day sales ruomotion, local merchants are Last Marrh'1T, scientists sent
t y to attend the Peking (rally and offering a wide variety ot Items at reduced prices signals to Syncem 2. then bee
withdrew an Invitation to a Chi erlni ever Biaill. to Increase Itl.
neat labor delegation to view PIE-RSON The annual Linns Cub Spring Festival. orbiting speed by ten miles and.,
the annual parade In Moscow scheduled tor 8 p,m. today has been postponed because of hour, This nudged the utelllte,
1 led Square, bad weather, It was announced Into a higher orbit and started
East: Germany Bulgaria, Hungary Officials said the l festival, Including a beauty pageant It drifting westward It''a rate
and CtechoslovaUa Joined will be rescheduled and announcement made ot time and 113 degrees a day! far use tot

At Pittsburgh Conference ht Soviets In their boycott of place Pacific. communications expertments -**
the Peking leitlvltles.
'.J .llL..A:.. IIIId Syncom S was to have been
Many non-Communist conn- launched Into a stationary orbit
tries also h |d May Day celebrations RELATIVES AT lUIKSiW over the International dateline
to honor their labor force. at the equator, and, lI'nC'tl'll21
But there were few such activities then was to have been allowed'
Voluntary Race Integration tn the United States where to drift westward to & point' "
; labors big holiday ocean InBeptemb.r 84-Ycar-Old AstorRepoirted ever the Indian Ocean, "
Lady The new signals to the satellite T
The ,Soviet IMotr. unveiled a slowed Its drifting rate few. '
grew imtlatrcraft: tWn rocket dur eight.tenths rat 'a degree t. day*
lit: at parade through Red' ; to put It Into a slightly lower
Square in which tens of thousands Near Death\" orbit. -JU-" .. eat
Is Approved By Methodists of soldiers and worker ,. I' 'Tae delay lit putting'ap- I.
inarched. Westera observers torn I would mar "a ,
said the 30-foot rocket appearedto It'Mdul.rJI' a proposal
be for field use against planesat I LONDON (API-Nancy LadAitor )', Aston rfleruaalon at a apace eontfffence

PITTSBURGH tAP) Dele. overwhelming margin. It calls Generally Methodist observer continued Into the nigh medium or low altitudes. the Virginia beauty! Helaflves were railed to he r concluded In Boston 'today.!
Premier KhruahcheV III the satellite to beam .
Standing by use thep
and described the action Under the whose tongue became th* tar'mr beside at Grlmithorpe Csstle,
of white Negro lamoder.te. Negro
to the worldwide Method for merger program ,
gates I Lenin tomb SovietJefenu. Olympics In Tokyo tn US. Nley
atop of British House of the LlllcoJn
lit General Conference voted acceptance church subdivisions on a strictly No enforcement machinery church members would be lboIOrbed the hlr. home of her fall
Martha Rodl vl.lnnlut at
today of a voluntary voluntary basis. was established. Into the five white jurisdictions Minister warned that Commons, was reported near daughter Lady Anrsiter, .....-..-..-. ... -4
I racial Integration program for In effect the church The program was drawn up which are set up along on Y. Mallnovsky to death today She Is (4, Lady Actor was the flint ATE SPORTS "
enough
the church. ITO Central Jurisdiction by the church's Commission geographical lines. the Soviets are strong "My mother Is sinking fast" women lo enter the Blush Par
The more than 900 delegates bracing some ITS,000 an'N"j on Interjuriidlctlona) Relations The program officially called smash any attacking Imperialist paid her son the third Viscount llament In 1518 as member
approved the proposal by an would be eliminated Debate opened Thursday and "a plan of action" would not for Plymouth
necessarily mix Negro and "I love politics and I love a Tournamentr
white congregations' ,during the Exult In Fitlcfg Warning light," the once said.' She had

Jury-Trial Proposal next four years. However, the plenty of bnth.RJGJITI. Games Out !
wording of the plan clearly Indlcstes CRUSADE:
this is the church ultimate Women rights were herIT"
C aim I crusade RssebaU action in the Group:; ;
Plan and drink her :
The 375,000 Negro members Exile Rebels great aversion. 5-A Baseball Tournament schedJ;J
Veto Seen
Senate live mainly In the area of the For 33 years the Commons enoyed tiled for Com4 Park for "'IIIbtt'
Southeast Jurisdiction her affectionate feud with has been washed out, according ;
There are ft million white Winston Churchill no fervent to Delsnd High School AlhleOat.
Methodists In this country Warfare In CubaMIAMI admirer of feminists or prohlM. Director Ipso Martin. "1<
For Issue Southern delegates offered op toe, The games have been moved ,
'Rights' position to the plan mainly lathe Churchill, In common with hack one night This win ".ve.'
form of delaying action. exulted In Castro mOlt other members, refuted New Smyrna Peach meeting Eau:
AP) Exile rtvoluonarles Exile leaders to OaUle at I o'clock and the Dad
Some other opposition came peak to her lor'
the after she
s recent sword rattling at years
WASHINGTON CAP) Sen. Mike Mansfield. D-Mont. the from delegates who felt the heartened by reported United States, and said the two entered the "011... Later she Land Bulldogs facing $eabreexe'of ,
r Hubert H. Humphrey. DMlnn,, Senate Democratic leader program did not go far enoughin withdrawal of Ruiilaa troops nations coming to blows would asked him why. Daytona I 30Monday Beach at spproxl-i
The substitute' provides for removing racial barriers lathe from Cuba and Fidel Caitroieflanct mately : .g
make it easier for them. They Madam, he
floor manager for the civil Johnsons replied "you night at T:JO has bees
of President
Jury trtats in criminal contempt church. prepared to monitor the prim.mlnllter' ma. me feel as if a woman set for the championship ,
rights bill predicted today theSen.t. under the civil rataage required' a simple stand on reronnalsisnce flights garnet
Girl For Margaret cases arising Havana May Day had entered my bathroom and In which the winners ot this doubleheader -*
will reject the latest rights bin only If the penalty majority of the delegates, about bserved May Day today by speech while planning their own I had nothing to protect myself will coats /for a trip to*
LONDON (AP) Princess compromise advanced In the fixed! by the Judge exceeds 30 one.third of whom are from the priming for warfare Inside their rallies. with except t sponge" the Regional Tournament *

Margaret gave birth today to a dispute over Jury trials In criminal days la Jail or a VM fine. South. -inmeland- Three anHCaitro groups that Between tht wars she wen la the event of rain tomorrow1.;
daughter, her second child." contempt cases. -- --- ours made headlines with daring I io.ieis lo the gnat names ol night the'' twin bin will be moved?
"11'. marvelous sews. said hit and run raids on Cuba called British politics at Cliveden, the bark until Monday sight at tee
Lord Snowdon the baby's father But Republican Leader Everett a meeting' for tonight In Tamps Mine tsmllys estate west of lame time. The title fame would
M. Dirksen of Illinois reserved
"for and to LmIdn".
a war message tJC.plaia then faQ ea Tuesday
She looks a roper baby." Judgment He told newsmen Plan Omega. 4
Queen Hiiat-th dater and the proposal offered MAXr PORTERS ....-.. itII h
Vis Thursday night by St'.. John
have
Snowdon also a son.
Dr. Armando ""I!"'. secretary
count Llndley, born In Novem Sherman Cooper. R Ky., will general of Second National ,
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ber. 1361 "require some examination. / Front of Escambray, one of the Elect
The girl will be known .. DOUBT VOICED
allied trio, said that as Omega Ii
tf
'The Lady Christian name) Both leaders expressed doubt 1 I ends the Greek alphabet so
Armstrong Jonei." It will prevent a showdown vote s wnuld their planned operationend URIEL BUNKY i iI
( )
on the Jury trial Issue by I Castro "Pla. Omega" posters
'Shotgun Missiles Wednesday or Thursday of next appeared) on cars windows I ;
week. and other places In Miami.
WASHINGTON AP) The Cooper proposal would modify
Fleltes explalnea It Conalsted,
United States ls developinglong aa amendment by Sen. Her. of guerrilla and other Internal BLOUNTYOUR :
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range "shotgun" mlulles man E. Talmadge D-Ca., and warfare rather than large.scale:
that can bracket distant targets other Southern senators providing Invasion. i'' 1

with multiple warheads the for Jury trials U an criminal I "Plan Omega: soon will light :
Washington Post said today contempt cases except when I the Dame of Insurrection: In Cuban
'The planned new system of tile contempt Is committed lathe 1 territory," declared Amaury :
putting several smaller warheads presence of the court.
Ftaglnals. another pokeima nf
In the of j
MOM cones
Under Cooper proponed revision K the alliance Including Alpha M,
ICBMs and PolUrls sub
future of that amendment stale People's Revolutionary Movement
marine missiles has a number and local officials would be de- and Second front.Frsgiaala i
of advantages" over a single Bled an actual right to trial by said Tampa was COUNTY
warhead. wrote Poet military Jury for disobeying court orders I chosen for the rally la memoryof
writer John G. Norrla.. la their official capacity. But a Cuban here Jose Marti, who

court at its dlscretlos. could plotted tiers la ex:a for the Independents I
Views Proper InueWASJCNCTON grant then Jury trial. 19fs war a g a I a 11Spain. JUDGE

Under Senate riles. Coopers 4 .
(AP)-A cot-
the Other exile plaaaed
amendment of Tabnadgt groups
,tltvt1 amendment to permit1'I'1.n formula win come to a vote meetings In Miami.
la the public schoolswould i
produce ".. utterly tmpOMible .- ahead ol a enmplete DUrksem and substitute Set.JVoU'ce BIMOCUTK PS MUY, TUUBAf, MAY S
and chaotic, atruat'.ntv: otTt'nd.tIf. COMPOSER VISITS CAMPUS-Henry CoweJl, seated, composer and profewor Weather
Pracilcfo '
says a Columbia L'sriversity per of musk at Columbia University, i* shown point over music especially composed by Feeee.at dually ell '; ? Ailorner Iac.1931. '

r.+.ar. him for the Stetson University orchestra arxf chorus. The composition. "The Creator," wHk. 'tliewnre Ihreiftjh last. o CUT Judg, DaLud. abc l
Testifying' before the Ibme will be presented in concert at 8 p.m. tod.yl" Elizabeth Hall auditorium' under direction ..,. lv tmltM' as .... JUett y.us I
I Judiciary Commute*. Prof phO- of Robert House,standing left, of Steuon. The concert featuring combined ......, nn.TUe .

I Ip require H. Pheabc a national predicted al"'WY"It would supervtee tIM raarfUabw today wed fee riiulnii pMr Ike4MisiUseeiieeits W chorus and orchestra will climax Religious Focus Week at the University Also I.... I::11 a m.. A Man of Honor and Integrity '1

I the various religMM' n- ......... M .... /uaarr.w M pictured are Betty Bedaole alto soloist and Gary Glaze tenor snloiatAt right is Deco 511: ,.... seeimrrew. Rgbi
acetate last would bfoeaom ... br Meaaay'at4tUea Paul Langston of the school 01 inuak. Cowell will jive a brief lecture prior to the concert UM a... Majr UU Lao )> ;

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I, T il. A..6.I.t. ,..... "After shooting at us for a that a road department worker WASHINGTON (API-A) Republican back, i describing the stinging

Candidates lor governor' et long time, the other five candidate went Into a store building In.the council has recommended GOP criticism of the adminis
Tlorlda congregated at Miami are now shooting at each |, Florida Keys to take down Mssign. that the Johnson administration tration's Cuban policy as "'a
today to @ek votes where they other to scramble for the second He said he doubted the tell the world It II crude political document.
are thickest In the million- spot," said Burns. worker would have taken sucha prepared "as s last resort to And the Democrats remembered
person urban art on the lower Burps said that some ef his slop unless pressure had been use military force to remove International to remind their GOP chiles -

East Coast. [ signs had been destroyed, and applied communism from that Fidel Castro took ever
With less than three full' day I Cuba." as prime minister of Cuba while

left in which to campaign before I Democrats immediately fired a Republican Dwight D. Elsen

Tuesday's first primaries, Race MotiveIs __lt__ bower, was president
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the candidate were trying to Market I D.C. REPORT The fuss was stirred up Thursday .
ret their messages to the greatest When the Republican, Critical .

number ot! voters. PonderedIn I Issues Council peppered the

Rep. Fred Karl ot Volusli Democratic: leadership with a
County said the race had boiled Summary ApportionActivity series of demands for actio

down to contest between him AssaultsNEW against CI tro.
and former Sen. Fred 0. (Bud) ACTION IUGCD
Dickinson of West Palm reach As reported fcy AP and the The member council el
Karl said his. campaign was a YORK (API-PnU e assigned liweJ Reynold' and To. office. CHIEF VENUSIAN AT REST Jim Hayes itf seen in the role of Roland chief Is prominent Republicans, headedby

fight for fairness while DIcMaton's to the fatal stabbing At Steels, motors and selected Issues Venusian in the musical comedy "A Guy From Venus, ," that opened last night In the Dr. Milton S. Elsenhower

wu a continuation of Bry two whit! women investigated advanced in a higher stock, DeLand High School auditorium. The two-act show Is being performed by the music younger brother of the former

anl m. the possibility today that some market early this afternoon. department of the school and is under the direction of Sue Perdue assisted by Paul president urged an Immediateend

Karl also attacked the voting militant young Negroes are assaulting Trading was moderately active. Caskey, music, and George Wolf, band. A review of the opening night'i performance to U.S. curbs on sntl.Castre
rtcortf\ of Sen. John Mathews ofJacIuonvllle whites from a racial Gains of key stocks ran from will be found on page 8 of today's Sun Nrwi. The show will continue tonight and to-: Still Noted raiders and establishment In
en milk price fixing motive. fractions to a point or more. morroy night at 8. Tickets are available it the door. Latin America of a Cuban gov.
-reapportlonment, saying it They arrested two youths In Some of the higher.priced, more -- eminent in exile. It said the latter
was unsatisfactory on either the stabbing Wednesday of a volatile issues did better.Texas would rally 300,000 Cuban
count. whit woman proprietress ef .1 Gulf Sulphur resumed AFTER PSYCHIATRISTS EXAMINATION By RAY CROMLCTWASHINGTON refugees "to work openly for the
BORE THROAT Harlem clothing store and Its advance, rising about a (NEAl: liberation of Cuba"

Mathews went hand shaking In line had admitted slaying awhile point. News Briefs The second anniversary of the Sen. J. W. Fulbrtght, chair .

Broward County, still showing woman social worker In Curtis Publishing pushed Supreme Courts celebrated man of the Senate Foreign Relations
the effects of a sore throat. His Harlem on April 11. ahead more than 2 points. Dallas DA'Says Ruby state legislative respporttonment Committee who has

wile, Gwen, headed up a separate The proprietress was Maglt Airlines, oils, rails, electrical From case Baker vs Carr called on.. the admlnsitratlon te
motorcade In Dade County Sugar, 43, a Hungarian refugee equipment., aerospace' Issues slipped by 11lale March I reappraise Its Cuban policy,
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and Sen. John McCarty of Fort and the social worker was .and electronics also advanced. virtually without notice. said that If the Republican

Pierce toured the Dade County Eileen A. Johnston, 28, formerly The Associated Press averageof Remains Yet, although there were no statement meant anything "it
Courthouse in Mathews' behalf. of Elgin, B!. M stocks at noon was up .5 Legally Sane Area Towns birthday candles, the US. hinterland means we should go to war to

Dickinson attacked Mathews, Police paid the two youths *t 302.2 with Industrials up .5, today la' still bristling oust Castro."

calling him a "cynic with a no- also would be questioned In the rails up .5 and utilities oft .1. with both court and legislative "I An sot anomie "p ...t".. t.

good,'nothing attitude" Hailrm slayings of two white The Dow Jones Industrial avenge DEBARYThe : activity as result of that hl.lortedecl.lon. war to oust Castro arid I do not
men David 1.. DALLAS Tex. (lAP) DIst. Judge Brown that fee- .
Watts, 29, a at Ruby has believe most Americans do,"
Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland Bible reader who was the only (1307. noon was up 2.30 at Atty. Henry Wade concedes' : that come Insane and has delusions DeBary Wayfarers will A 50 stat check by Washington the Arkansas Democrat told

pledged to reorganize the Stale white member 'of a" Negro Richfield Oil spurted 3 points condemned slayer Jack Ruby that "millions ef Jews are being meet at 2:30: p.m. May 4 In lawyer Charles S. Rhyne. reporter. "They have too much a
Road Department if elected, church congregation; and Jules to a new high. may have deteriorated physically slaughtered" because lie shot the Community Building. At who argued the Baker v. Carr common sense to believe that
said "It's time to step on some Bulgach' n, a fruit peddler Helene Curtis which lost 3'4 and mentally since his trial, Lee Harvey Oswald after Os- the meeting 34 Masonic annlersarles Issues against the State of' Tennessee the small Island of Cuba la a
toes In Tallahassee and get the Both were stabbed to death- Thursday but said he believes the condemned wild was accused ef assassinating \' will be recognized. before the Supreme directly dangerous threat te the
on news of official
hands of the fat cats out of the
Court shows this
Watts en March 23 and Bulgach troubles with Its inH.wrinkle slayer remains legally President John F. Kennedy. A 50'year pin presentation : United States.
of the
pocketbooks taxpayers. In 42 ot the 30, 'judicial,'
sane will be
last Oct. 21. cream, recovered fractionally. ceremony conducted "It is a rather crude and obviously
Mayor Robert King High ot Police earlier had describedthe Raytheon rebounded W.!!,'. comment came after for three DeBary members legislative\ or constitutional action political documeat. I'

Miami campaigned in Broward slayings as senseless.. No than 2 points. IBM was more two Dallas psychiatrists. Dr. CandidatesFile during the meeting of the Sanford Is either pending or ha. think the American people are

County where his county campaign robbery was Involved. about S,'Xerox 4 and Polaroid up L Robert L. Stubblefield and Dr. Lodge No. 62, FIlM, to been completed for the mojt too mature to'' take It seriously.
manager laid claim to a Ait unidentified detective was Prices were Irregular on the John Holbrok, examined .Ruby be held at T.30: pm. May 5. past under the spur of the hlelacourt' Americans will remember that
lot of support. quoted by the New York Times American Stock Exchange. Jn his county Jail cell' I .All Wayfarers are Invited to ruling 0 Castro came: into power during
''It'. hard to campaign with today as saying police were Investigating Corporate bonds were mixed Judge Joe B. Brown asked Dr. Reports attend.In Federal or-state court action the administration of Dwight D.

BO money to buy signs, but we a number of recent Among U.S. government bonds, Stuhblrfteld, who heads the i recognition of 50 years of calling for reapportionment ban i Eisenhower, brother of the
to tool lot of the Grady Williamson and continuous membership In Masonry been begun or decided in 38 chairman
are going a Harlem killings! and assaults some longer-term issues took Southwestern Medical School Harris of the council."
pros in Broward County," said that "seemed to be the work of slight losses. Psychiatry Department to prepare I Saxon Incumbent Volusla County the Grand Lodge ot New atates. The box score on state Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of'
Manager Bill r>lvld.Mayor' racists." a report on Ruby's mental I' Commissioners 'It'ldnelec., York has authorized presentation action) Decisions handed down Minnesota the assistant Senate
,,'u lion today of 50-year pin. to EdwardMor..hoUJ In 17 states, canespending In )
were the first Democratic
two
Haydon Burns of Jacksonville At u:32: p m. stock( prices condition. Dr. Holbrook represented leader said the document .
candidates and Charles You- I four. On thit federal front: Decisions
told supporters he expected th--- were firm and the district attorney's of to file their April "is highly emotional
trading moderately .
financial reports. man and the Grind Lodge of in 1 states, matters pending partisan and it ,
to lead in Tuesday's vbt. active. fice. borders on Irresponsibility.
Michigan has authorized in l.i.FOCn.
ing. Texas Gulf Sulphur was S3'4 Judge Brown saId Dr. Stubble- Williamson reported contributions presentation ."
of 50 SHIFTED!:
a pin to
Capsule. elf 1H: Bethlehem'! Steel 33< field's\ findings would help him since qualifying time of I Fred year
4unch Lonaby .
decide ,whether he will order SI 823 and total expenditures of DESPITE ALL THIS CONTINUING .
; RCA I3H up %; Anaconda a
Officers Installed : Speaker Named
.1.180.. BUSTLE the focus <4''" up H: General Motors sanity hearing for Ruby. LAKE HELEN the state .
Contributors to the WWI.mlonramp.lan reapportionment ques.tins.
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Of Events 86 up 1H: Greyhound MW A defense psychiatrist told
Moose up t Xerox! P5% tip 3.Sid. '. last month Included The Lake Helen Garden Club has shifted back to Wash ForClub. Dinner
By LodgeNew Bill ington. Before the Supreme ,
OIl N J k% up 'sPennsy Marines Wounded Daytona France Beach Paul, and Pope Wes Reed both will hold its, annual covered- Court for decision this spring: ;:: H '( ,Jl-' .'
dish luncheon at Asa
officers of the r>Land In DeLand nEt 353 I'Jn q : Korvttte 2816 IP'a Jacksonville each.COO: JamesG. at 12:30 Gray'Plrk are additional apportionmentcases Dale Carlton, director'ef' .
Moose Wage were Installed bat S U S Steel 53" up P I General' SA1GO South Met Nam Lucas Jr..and Louis At Kottle, May 3. Husbands: pm are Tuesday Invited., affecting 13 S>tate*. IJ'IIwt'Ind'! contracts for" Florida/ <
night at the lodge on S. Alabama DJ'nlmlc. :8" up : Sperry fAP>-Four U.S. Marines were Daytona Beach and Bill Bone. and those attending are askedto The key issues are' those left Cfrrus Mutual will be guest '

Ave. THE RETDtED fEMO.VS: AS,' RAnd 18 Wlch.On wounded and a helicopter was Cocoa, each $50; Frank Duff bring a covered dish table unsettled by the 1962 Tennessee pekfr at tonight' fund.raising
Pilgrim Karol! Mrui'wss Installing "80C1ATKXV will hold Its regular 'the AmrtcIII lfI'k Kx- Brought down Thursday as Com. and D. W. Coody, A. W. Ecklund, service and beverage. Follow. decision; What constitutes fair dinner for construction of the

governor; and Joe Wells monthly meeting at 10 a.m. fuel- change Seaboard Wllrld Air 7 munlst ground fire raked a Daytona Beach Bill Bryant Ing the luncheon, officers for apportionment, and whether or DeLand Garden Club Center- la
Earl Brown
was Installing! sergeant-at-arms. day, May 5 at the Tourist Clubhouse unch ; Kaiser Ind. 5% up : fleet ef Marine helicopters taking Jacksonville and Richard and the coming year will be installed. not the population factor must Park.
The .officers:are Thomas Per. W. Howry Ave. Molybdenum 30\S\ up i4. South Vietnamese forces out Louise Caton. Port Orange, each be used as a basis for districting Carlton replaces the .('scheduled

ro, governor; Joseph a.Schmierer Plans' for the June' (and fall ot a battle area 33 miles west US In Senate as well as speaker, Robert W. Rutledge.
past governor; meetings will be discussed Noon Stocks of the northern city of Danang. Saxon spent $1,103 and listeda House at the aisle level. executive vice president of FCM,
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who
Robert Waters,Junior governor; Those attending are asked to A Marine Officer and an en. total ef $2,315 in contributions Cyprus 'Quiet' Many states obviously hope to unable to'arp lr. .
Gerald Collins, prelate; Vernon vote on their way to the meet listed man suffered bullet and Including his own.Contributors get by either with a Senate Carlton, a native o( Wachula

Collins, treasurer and Harold 11'1',. Alcoa 733k InINlck 75'., shrapnel wounds a U.S. spokesman last month were NICOSIA.; Cypnn (AP)- districting formula combiningarea and graduate of the University

Fisher, secretary.Trustees AmAh' 46 Jone.:1.: '12% said. A Marine enlisted I J. M. Steven. Ormond Beach, Cyprus had one of It. quietest population and possibly of with Florida FTM, .has. been associated,

are Wells Mruz and THE Pt'BUC IS INVITED te AmBrk 52\i KII.AI 3"4 man In another helicopter also $lm, John Drennan Sr., L. S. nights In weeks Thursday. other factors, or" applying the $23 nine* 1949.The .
attend' was hit. McGthoney M. H. Dawson Sr., so-railed little federal plan per.pl.le dinner win
DeLand -
the Humane So AmlldP.r
Cuy Meyerink. James Rider la 3811 Kln'cott 1AmCan % I. U.N. headquarters reportedthat be held If 7
In the
The'Vlet and R. E. PatWo, New p.m. Stetson
Cong fire knockedout Smyrna giving fixed uniform
ciety's last of
regular representation
outer guard; Forrest Marshall meeting 43'4 Loch'd 33% except; for a few Isolated Union Building.
Inner guard, and Paul Church the season to be held Monday. mCyln 6.1 Lorlllird 48AmM8t \ the engine of a third hell. Beach; Guy B. Odum and Louis shots In Nicosia during the to-all counties or other
Br.. .tr.nt-.t-arm. In the Florida Power Lourig. 15% Mag'vnn. 38'16AUT copter. A crew member was KottJ Daytona Beach: WUbert nlzht. no incidents' had been reported units without regard to population. -

The meeting was preceded bye A covered h supper st I:30, 1sO' MM&M: <53< 'AAmTl'Jb wounded. G. Miller. DeBary. and T. H. from anywhere on the Island Kynes Hits 'F 7'
dinner prepared by Women of will be followed by the meetingat 33'Mohl''G' The American spokesman' laid Mittendorf. Tavare. each $50; for 24 hours. It is here that direct challenge
fly nearly '
the crew destroyed the Ellen C. Clark C. H. Sams, New ha* been
the Moose. 7:30.: Both members and nonmembers helicop posed to the Supreme'
are Invited. Ampx Cp 15Ji Mon.'to 7S ter. They were rescued by Smyrna Beach; A. W. Ecklund, The uneaty calm came after Court. Many lawyers and politicians ST. PETERSBURG (AP) _
0 Anaconda 41 MonlWd 381' another Marine helicopter. Daytona Beach each $23. an urgent appeal for peace from await the court's answers Atty. Gen. James Kvaes lashedout
Armour 4A% NatDelr '1SACL \ U.N. U Tbant at Rep. Earl\
J>atlVPltce Phyed THE: FRIENDSHIP Ctt'B will Several Marines were wounded Secretary-General with even greater interest thanthey Falrcloth ef
63'4 NatDIIt 271i and firm action by the UN. Dade County In their race for
have Its last meeting of the season Monday when a helicopterwas Motorist showed two years ago
BOSTON '(AP-Arthur) Fiedler Friday May I. at 7.30: p.m. Beth Stl 33% N.AmAv 4S% shot down and another Charged peace force on the strife-torn Some lower federal courts have attorney! general!, saying Fair-

conductor ot the famed in the Fireside Room of the First Boning 43'i rensey 82 crash landed with engine One motorist was charged with Island. I demanded a population basis for cloth sought and received "the
Boston Pep. Orchestra, never la Presbyterian Church. Borden Tt'", Pall 2I7Brunswk trouble In the Do Xs region. falling! to yield the right.of,way Thant's appeal was officially districting la both houses, some support "of the leftwing groups In

afraid to experiment so who Songs will be sung by the 10\i rhtlMl'lr 111CalerTr' after a two.car collision at 3 p.m.esterday welcomed by both Archbishop have not.Perhaps, Florida
should be surprised his program group with Mrs. Glen C. West S9% I'IIllIpet SO% School Mix Quiet >' at E. Plymouth and Makarios the Gl'Hkprlot a dozen states the In his campaign for a fun
Includes a number by the at the piano. Miss Margaret Cel.n. 1ST RCA 33% N. Garfield aves, DeLand police president of Cyprus, and Vice exact number Is fuzzy because term to the cabinet post to
Beatles. Lawslng will review the book, Chrysler &3" RPp.'ItJ 41 y. reported. President Full Kuchuk. the of constantly shifting action which Gov' Faints Bryant appointed
The orchestra currently la "The Long Walk," by SlavomtrRawici. Coc.ClIla 128% J'l\'lnn' 3tli There NOTASULCA.: Ala. (AP) The report said a car driven leader of the Turkish. Cypriot use a strict population factor for him, Kynes said:

playing in Boston Symphony Mrs N. N. Jacobs and" CornEd: 49" n.yTllb &81-i Negro were no incidents as six by Richard K. Rankin Jr.. 20, Community. both houses now. They Include "My do-nothing opponent has
H&11.Ita musicians are Boston Miss Mina J. Engle will be hostesses tHowCh ISD'i StftegP! 3tdul'ollt an auditorium pupils' began classes In a student at Stetson UnKerslty. In the Kyrenla Mountain Ohio. Missouri Kansas, South refused to take a public standon

Syrtphoay Orchestra members. for the refreshments. 2357. Seaboard 434 burned out next to the struck one driven by Bethany M. range north ef Nicosia and bew Dakota and Oregon.In a single malor bIlls of the
nedier mixed a number EAL 331'!. Sian 108" been attending.high school they had Ward IT 134 K. Howry Ave. ]1" Its Turkish.held St. Hllarioa a few, IncludingKentucky' day, hoping to fool half the people .

callid "Hold My Hand" by the Hearing ScheduledCircuit E.KMlk 12S Shct.1r U The SU were all but Total damage caused by the accident castle where Greek and Turk. Wisconsin! and .Wyoming, the. and pick up the '*left-wing
Liverpool quartet 11hll program Firestone 38Snco"y\ nl1al"1. Thursday as 170 white unnnrlced was (00. N. Injuries were lab Cypriots had battled since state constitution requires! this. g"ups In the process.

Wednesday and the audl-! Judge Robert H. Wing- 72" Snutbnt 56" remained In an adjoining children elementary reported. Friday Canadian soldiers have The tendency' among these "I he taken a poalleD'raln.t

dOS applauded enthusiastically. field Has set a hearing at 11 '.m. Ford M% SpI'rryR Wi schenl. A boycott manned, permanent observation however, has been sot to follow public ..ccommodat1olllprnpo.aIJ
Tledler was in Liverpool l ear en May 29 on the SI.3 million Ftmatr 1(1111( SlftraJ'14' T51i called off by the white was ''I posts between the two factions. strict population dictates. and "against civil
IttrUhls year and was intrigued blind validation for the TunibuU Frfpt Sal 34'b StO NJ ISFru.hTr since the Negroes parents They warned both warring aides >O CUTS rights leglslstion.
by the Beatles mu.le.BiEanb Special Road and Bridge Dis 301' Studrbalc II"GtllDyli separate building.The were in a Exclusive! they would immediately return NOTHING THE SLTREME: "1 Bible have also takes and a positionfor
trict. 25,4 SwIft ISV : any shots that came IA their reading prayer lathe
Negroes were COURT HAS SATO to date gives
attending _
public schools and for the
Sun Nt\1t. The validation proceeding was GenE 12" Texaco 11"Gf'nFd. the previously white high school direction. anyone a firm clue whether It
of
filed In Circuit Ceurt by County $3'4' Thloknl 154! here under federal court orders. nl!lBlH.rsst may have another earthshaking preservation the Constitutional
pZuii..i Integrity of Florida.
< 123 When It was decision its voluminous black
'-'* To.r'. r>*,. July rurlh destroyed by Offer AH n.Un''I' up
Lb..V JD., Thtnk.finns *M half of the District. The bond GnMtrs !ISIS VntAIrc 43" flames two weeks ago, they ObituariesMerle robe sleeve .
corlatMle Vr DLit. puhMthKir Issue extends from July 1. 1963 Goodrich 5414 VnFrult porters But there are also
Cxnuunr at US Sou'k >nae4lii4 2014GOOdT \ were reassigned to a Negro high, .f Rhyn a "strict: population"man.
through 1991 with Interest set to U% VS Steel 33Greyhnd school In numerous Uwjers judges and
Kou&vtrd
D.La.l. 'k'rIda' un4 th. Iktt cf llarrh t, III. S.eoeC exceed six per cent The funds 50% Vnldflt UGuitOU they protested and Aits rellcyl little federal plan. He scholars/ who contend that some
('.... a federal sees no
Po.tsg. PaW tt DeLe. blend of
V. Powell population, and
Plnrid*. wW be used for construction of 531t WestgEl 32"IntHarv % court ordered that the auditor )proper parallel with the U.S. area
Jnhn B fury Jr* 1',.... Jut a new Lytle Ave< bridge and 7014 WlnnDIJ 3214Igg urn be used for classes.: Senate in the federal structure. other factors Is both reaseaaMe!
Mo-fue Woldt.1... Pru. *n4 Improving the between GOLD I Merle V, Powell. (3, Star and air la at least one lurase.
roadways
G.n.tul Hir. R. M Vmnr. Says he: .
EoIll"l J.mo. J Jr.'d.e. AIv. Dir. that bridge and Cal- Route 2. DeLand.) died this morn- The high court's approach te
one over Absrntrfs Clotted I ,A state Is .
.Jrsu-lO-r.u.( ". Jltrd.WEPRaeENTATIYES3uen "Ir"lo""ft 1111... inline Creek. Markets ASAOYf\ KEY, lag at t_30 at West Volusia Memorial of. counties.sot .truly aid a political federatton this! controversy .Ia bound to be

1P..."., A.'rlat.s. 11 W. The bond Issue la expected to The books are closed for application Hospital where he had subdivisions la the far.n.d1iJIr.
4.that. H. Tel $5. N 1'. B-suck ,IACKS0NvIL.1.iwt. bees a patient for three sense lasttIle
days.
.fflc*> in w nnrinit ctnMOBSCRirtlO .' be paid out of gasoline tax ::0..."", ....' 5' I u r I C a tie ef absentee ballots and all $S.70 AUTO latter preceded the former.To .
RATE funds, but the property owners ...,...t 5r1r.. t. .,.II.n, absentees mutt be received at Q1Iutt'17 A resident ef DeLand for 15 the contrary the state Is the REMEMBER
1111\('*frlor 1 On* yr. ll',Mi-: PHmonth El,,. 545 s.tstlw he hors March :29!
have was
)ears ,
pledged the full credit and : : :l l'I. Supervisor of Registration
Kith-
till 101 IS.Hi Is'p. 11.35. '? lit.: m.ll,, creator and the local govern eu DOC R PUT
On. m' mh.: 't.TrtOt: \ ..k. 4' ** walls On* "**'. 111. *l n the amortization of the bond issue Pest", aS flf".' Iryw-. II. Monday, 1111,. Pa. He was a member of
Month" SIRIuS. | ihrM, ....."lII., II.>>. JUIy1.'IiPw has many sup- Uevt
.n. *M>aU. ll.TS. If necessary Citrus There were 767 applications a IIMiI1 Injury rr.*.rt* Lays Order of Moose.
Crloading from Demerrsts. n from R.- D..... S Metfirsl r.'...UArl4esUI H. U survived by Us ..il..

WINTER: JiAVEN (APH-Stal rufcllcans\ and t:$ for the Haltfas BcalkrilM Mrs. Mary Powell. DeLand; Usareats Walter Nordmann

1 KEEPp Citrus Intpectioa Burvsu 1Q a.Ift. Hospital District: kwH .Itctt" r4 MtortlOtk.tr I i Mr aad Mrs. Cdwta H. .
; report to. heMs tevsrsU AraUakle. PeweU. New Brifktsa. Pa.: a ClNDIDA PCi'County

: . HORACI t ., II Ft Ceatsleri Land: his sees Edward: I.Powell Commissioner
Rail ..
".T13 29TTruck
NciroNeirsPOPTTAL .*
11.170 lisa J[ J Ne Oillf Cestqm *f Jacksonville all DIS ICY 110.1
Joseph Patrick Powell ef DeLasd.
HELEY Total 20.n) -
23.348 Arthur L
.n.
Canneries 17,932 328(96 his sisters. Mrs. Gertrude DOES NOT STAND FOR THE OPENINGOF
. I RETORT Rao* ef Beaver Falls Pa. Mrs.
.. C t ,..r. ,- ft* Memorial Agencymwmtiouvt.. Mary Young of New Brighton.Pa PUBLIC BARS ON SUNDAY IN
TOO LATH TO CLAWIFf Dismissed: DavId FulW. CM aid Mrs. Mildred Hummel

: Justice of the Peace: R. Halts St.: Mary Ana Crime ri_".1w DL..4 sIr. ..,witS.. a Ptae of FombeD Pa. and a brother COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT ONEI!
.
LOST] mH Mark ,5e '
ser'
K4 S Thompson St. ; Bobby Donald C Powell ef Harmony
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DISTRICT 4 l:', .t:4: 14.. 'Y. $.B S. Delaware Av'". Pa.

f. .' .FoL ,Ad.,. "I l Fit B I ISomer J:.-,Nfl., I fiftH.I.,.11;. IluL.i pl'.Mt' .d.P'S-Ir.'"" ."VuM. .RIwirI..,. VI., and Mantis Lee' .Plttnun, 1004 ,. HOM 714-U47 Laakford Funeral Home la ta ( PVU UVU le-A .

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erii we oo again. f M the 34 hour grand feature parade
LinkedTo I Luci i Becomes with 360 marching units,
1 elaborate floats bands and a
aril Is nothing likt an election rf"P '
P division of antique automobiles
toreaffirmtheimportanceofthi w yWXM> nu at Belle Of Ball'WINCHESTER. Is
Lucille Ball an actress,
'
Religion t cooperative facilities of Th* +* S :; > grand marshal! of the paradeand

Victor Associated Press, of which this t v>yi 4 ) tcl "i. \Otrl it1is Va (AP Luci 1s to ride on a royal

P inter. and ChrtstJaner teacher. ef sculptor newspaper is o member. Together ''\ % bppi \ I Duly crowned queen of the float t

In the graduate department design we constitute Amarko's Shenandoah Apple Blossom Fes The President' appearance
architecture of great election' service for 'f tival Lucl Bathes Johnson Thursday was unannounced t
it Columbia Unl news
Even Lucl said she never expected
turned belle of the ball at her
large jmity.audience spoke last night to a every national and regional s \ S r rcontest. coronation day ceremony him to come t
of
students,
faculty and fownepropl'ih'Stet! Add to that our own r She danced until alter mid 1

ton L'nhersiry's Student Union lo
building He li one of Stetson jtnow that once again, no naf swung Into a hug, a spectator : .
famous guest lecturers for Its 2e@ old her: "Boy. after dancing
fey who wins can'tos with PAP rt
twt
Religious: Focus Week You like that there not a Repuhll
on the DeLand ,program and this newspaper, 4 J can left In the state, of Virinia .
campus i iI
An existentialist, (fj ."
a highly
I
i In the last three presidential!
educated articulate modern<< S t' rr elections, Virginia has voted I ___. .
,
man, Chrl.t.Jlnf'r sought to explain a Gil PRES1DJy I '
: N : lepubliran The Johnsons .
to Stetson students his feel. 'F R E. E
Ings about how architecture j' aR President First Lady, and 16. ....
L $ $ I
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should relate to.the arts and )ear old LurJ-mld. apple blos.tom ,
history here, and there ,
religion Referring to Jung
were. some observers who
PARKING
Kierkegaard Tilltch, and Bin-
:
stein his taught It might!: just ha.om..thlnl \',
conxersation covereda
to do with the 1964
wide range of philosophy, a' :
.
religion! art and science Chrl8t.Jln..r presidential ('amp.lp.Pre.IIt..nt
laughingly explained IItl31 '1rI' Johnson drove TO t .
miles from Washington and
When! you are an architect you tack Thursday Just to spend 43 T
can talk about almost rilE]
anything a I01'rz minute watching' his daughter I
and get away with 1tJ"ChrlstJaner !
crowned Queen ShenandoahNXXVT1 WALKER
'
told how he leads In colorful pageantryat :...

his graduate students to forget Hanrtlev High Schools huge .
for awhile the system in which stadium \
they have been trained orderto turf grassy Formerly Grtivry Lumber I
( r s Today Mrs Johnson travels I
search for their own creative he I 211L Win 7344500
same route to Join Lid at i I
experience which must stem!

from some primordial conscious ; I
Bess of reality and beauty He
confessed that this method .

creates some confusion but by
the end'of a year produces excellent t
results THE THREAT OF SMALLPOX

"There are large segments of Lyiwi.., ...,. : S ? _I J IS STILL WITH US I.

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reality not to be grasped by ,
It Is slmiMl Impomlbl la |.l .mtllpoi U .
formal logical thinking. This hoped to bring him to the fair IMMIIOCff EXECUTIVE ACCUSED tarelnated ardent U. Out Mnfortuiuttlr Irantunltr .
area Is the realm of religion and People In later WorldwideHappenings
I enly taste for anoal five years after
morals .found in the Innermost
TKTliuUnn. After thai tf .,,..... to a. smallB -
depths of man, Dr. John CHICAGO (AP) Stepm this dread
''I carrier disease earn be ao
Newport professor of philosophy [The NewsNEWftYORK Fetch)!, who won fame and earned Dress ..ulred.Bis ]
ef religion at Southwestern Baptist I(I several million dollars In the SalonlIanagerCharged

Theological Seminary, ex movies, is ill In Conk County RERUN (AP Communist ".rr member .1 yew family been Immunli .
pressed-' tll..e' Ideas;:..before-a ; (APMrs, Hospital _. a welfare patient' Minorities have freed the last .d afilKtl small pus within the past live
Stetson University audience John F. Kennedy and daughter without a dime I American believed to be a pitsoner yews* U 11..1. phone ynur phytlrlsa far aa

Thursday. Newport spoke as one Caroline spent a busy fin hours The shuffling Negro comedians : In East Germany, With StealingNEW appointment vsrrliu as soon Is as I.possible low that The tint efsmtllpns i.
of the tvtryta
authorities for
Religious guest Focus Week at the New York Worlds Fair real name Is Lincoln A. II John Frederic Lobe 41, of Al. should be vaccinate every five yeses I

Dr. Newport discussed the Implications 'attracting'crowds at every stop Perry He was' best known for adena. Calif., was released
his roles In motion Thursday after serving nearly
supporting: .
John Jr.
of the biblical world. wasn t along Thursday
view' for but Mrs Kennedy said she pictures starring Shirley' Templeand two years of a 2--,11' sentence YOiaC (AP) Main on, 'that even at this level of
forms. He contemporary Hebrew art. Will Rogers Inr helping East Germans flee mcher Is a dress salon on Fifth society, hushanria are Irritated tote DOCTOR rAN FRONT: CS ,,11.. yen
compared our 10 the Wl.t.PANAMA. seed a medicine tick up your pr.irrlpttoa If
Avenue where the start at what consider the extravagance
prices they
and Greek legacies from S unimaginative! and almost los NEW YORJAP-MlaJ) E. It 1730, shopping. ..Irb,. A great many penpl ...
the past In patterns of thinking sillzed because of our highly Stevenson, U,S. ambassador, (API US. and of their wlla buy. trust as with their .,..erlUena. May we
"And and Ing clothes There other
they go up up up are'
affect the scientific .
II they! significanceand thinking
says he dnesn want to be consldered Panamanian will rempotud yours?
negotiators
emphasized Asst. Dint Atty.onard I machinations Indulged In by the
place of art forms.In our "A thrilling challenge of our
a possible
as opponentfor
meet In Washington next week
> Newman In State Supreme distaff side to conceal the truecost
time. time is the,task of out
pointing Sen. Kenneth B. 'HONI7343112BEARDEN'S
but will not take the basic
up Court from the head of the household
He characterized Hebrew the implications of the biblical Kuting'I'
R NY., In the
Issues nf the Panama Canal dlaputs ,"
He was explaining how spoiled
"
thinking as dynamic vigorous, world view for the dynamic area lion
lad.p..lnn.te.1I compared to of contemporary art forms," I until the middle of the wives ol wealthy men are. not The only way to detail Keller\ DRUG SHOP
the Greek which was static Newport said as he concludedthis NEW YORK! ;(AP)-Secretary onth. above a little financial dPr..p.lion. method tit operation Newman
peace. moderate, and harmonious contribution to Stetson's"Christianity of State Dean Rusk says the Behind a .web of__ .feminine. u said would be (In rail ,In Main r.lCaIPnOM; CLMl5tt
civil bill must be ACCRA. Ghana (APChena'sgovernment ) chicanery.. Arthur Keller. 4]. bother customers and their husbands '
Todays thinking he 'described and the Arts" program rights passed Copyright 1W (W4M)
aa often subtle, lifeless, so the United States', voice will hospitals are down concealed his theft of liMO 1 and expose the financial
not be muted by th. hypocrisy to their last 60 vials of snake from Malnbocher, where he was structure of the salon.
of unreal pretensions" hit. serum Health\ Minister geneial manager for 15 years at
Lawrence! R Ahay.na says 123,500: a ve.rPLEADED.
Walnut veneer ran he cut so it I
Vole for and Elect The West African nation normally GltLTY
Concert SlatedThe is only lth/ of an Inch thick.
uses (.000 vials a '
year Keller pleaded guilty to the -
1 'JOHN F. the theft, Thursday and Jus
Euclid High Schools NEW DELHI India (APt lice 'Cbarlee Marks reed him I 1 1 1
senior chorus will present Its Talk, between SIIt..klduDl"/ without ball to await sentence? t '
'' McCALLUMDISTIICT annual concert on Tuesday May and 1"rImMIIII.tf'r Nehru enhe June U, t iDlMocunc :
5, it i p,m. In the school auditorium bitter Kashmir problem may A dapper man with a mustache
1-VOlUSU COUNTY continue until next week Keller took the money to f.WlWAI"JlLL"
BOARD OF A varied program of religious They held a two-hour explore. Indulge 1111'passion for boats CANDIDATiIOI'I''I
works will be presented by the tory session Thursday on the His swindle enabled him to
'COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS chorus Interspersed with solos problem of religious minorities move steadily upward In marl HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES w
and ensembles, In the Himalayan' state, divided time circles until he skippered I
The Aides and Nurses'League by India and Pakistan and the hit own "',110O yacht
of DeLand li sponsoring the pro- desire of many Kashmiri to be Keller covered up his thefts ,
(Cawty-WUe Etsctitn) gram In an effort( to aid the Independent of both (or seven years by an Involved ,1. will vole for Bill Crotty'
chorus' In'obtaining additional The trend of the conversationswas scheme ft Juggling accounts '
A BCSCJESS MAN WITH robes and accessories not revealed and It was here" that the percadlllnes n Etill t .
.
A TAX INTUEIT.e.mtIs.
The chorus' present 55 robes of Malnbocher customers bOC8Wi8 e e .
are Insufficient! to provide each UNITED NATIONS N,V, .(AP) turned to his advantage,

IfrKJt'( .n.,.'A 104.'v"......I'.! C.niM'l f."r ..yS member with a robe. -Thl' Security Council Is expected .. ACT OF MFROr' Crafty Is I Sled thet DeLinl .
Tranurar) The league urges the public'ssupport. to meet In mid May on a request At Keller arraignment, Newman .
end! Wait VsUita cm tryst t rirs--
by 51 African. Asian and told the? court that as an !
American natlons.for Immediate act of mercy he would Just as sent they.) (fairly sad wtll. i

action to prevent racial conflicton soon draw the curtain en the
f Is aliflri
till Crttty will a" It terry
South Africa. whole affair,
"I could unravel H." he told .I Ittrsiotatlvs 'In the ltlilatiir' *. I ;

VIENNA (API-Stefan Cardl Justice Marks, "but I leave It e f
JOHN MATTINCIYMAYDON
:OLDSMOBILEDemonstrates nil Wysrvnskl of Poland arrived to jour honor to tell me If under .... .. '
today from Warsaw for talks en all the circumstances, I
the situation nf the Raman Calk' should" ."
otic Church In Eastern Europe Newman explained that It Is

Outstanding and a pilgrimage to Austria not unusual! for a wealthy worn
national shrine ef the Holy an to pay for part of her purchases Ii"tl
Mary. at Malnbocher then :

ECONOMY The Polish primate, who will have the remainder of the bill
go to Rome Sunday to attend forwarded to her husband _
commission! meeting ef the I "It Is elwlul.It Newmasj went /raid. .... .ft. ee e w. Csstw'.

Ecumenical Council was greeted _
In Mobil Run at the railroad station by
bin host, franrisku Cardinal i
I
Koenlg.

Four Oldsmobllai. drlf.tnY prehtslonal drlrtn. In'th* 1984 There is nothing technically S \

Mobil Economy Run, obtained outstanding aconomy'oTar I Mount difficult Kilimanjaro.about the climb up I ET. TONIGHT

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The 0.1.5,5 W5 hews ..........
: 1 Arc Recommended letter* mm Its r*...rt e5 au..Me$
..... Th. nam..0 the wntaPmu.t .
M *in4 tn* ti. .ertegivtn.
The asp.r ......... the Are ListedTALLAHASSEE
right U *ut lettere aver ISO wer*.
Voters in Volusia, St. Johns Putnam and In "",II'. Letter .**.*...* to
..... \. eHn* .In **.***.lItI.*
will select the rthr then ukll. .>.,
Flagler counties
on Tuesday state In11an.
'' .ecaetael. In ran ... in*
for the 7th district when 050.5 and 555.1 .: the wntsP
judicial they ?
attorney Punta
( will a. withhad but then mull UP)- Here Sunday Tampa Cor
vote In the Democratic Primary. ap kepwI t, '=I"'. are the schedules of the Democratic da, Miami.

Weft Volusid has a candidate in thud race candidates for governor Monday Tentatively Jliaml

I I 'Whom this newspaper is pleased to commend to Italy Driving for primary the :remainder of the first area Tuesday Lakeland headquarter << .

: its renders for consideration. He is Joseph A. Mayer Hsjdon Bum of Jatk- << *.

I Scarlptt; third generation of a family that has Seen PerilousTo MIU10Friday\ Sen. John Malb wt of Jack'

live jri Orlando and Cocoa. onvUIe,
I Volusia County and served its interests "
t.4i Saturday-Panama City Gulf FrIday-South Bioward Coun
in many ways. His father, the late Joe Scarlett, Breeze Jay, Penncola, Tampa, ty, Miami.

'. wad a prominent member of the bar and served e DeLnlldie Jacksonville. Saturday-Broward and Dade,

k as state! attorney of this circuit. Sunday Jacksonville. Jacksonville late Saturday night.
Monday Miami Jackson- Sunday Jacksonville
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. roiTOR'8 NOTE: F."I.r
Scarlett born and reared in De-
Joseph was .
vlll. Monday Jacksonville, Orlando
In a letter fret Men. l'n'dle! I-.
Land and is a graduate of the Stetson Law School. three BU .., daughter .f Mr. Tuesday Vote at Jacksonville Miami.

' Following graduation he practiced law in De- and Mr ( ..... Lalhrop .f DC Election headquarter Tuesday Jacksonville head.
4 I.c1t Ltvnd. seer rMUlif Jn German Fermer 8M. Fred O. (Bud quarter
Land nd was eminently successful in the field
with her hinban', a teacher la DIcldoMHi .. Heat Palm BMth
of criminal law. Receiving an appointment to the Arnerlia 8
serve as research assistant to the late Glenn or inherit Sin. HUOMB ewrlbe ty.

a rettBt trip t* Italy with ape- Saturday Orlando Orange KETCHIKAN, Alaska (APvThla -
Terrell former chief of the Florida Supreme
justice -
rifle comments us the rlvlfhfblta County. announcement was mild
.... Court he moved to Tallahassee. While AYrn$4$ ? ,: .f .:.1...... Sunday West Palm Beach. by the White Cliff Elementary

I there he received the great advantage of a close; Monday Fort Lauderdale School Parent-Teacher Association >>

and intimate association with Justice Terrell wp Editor, Sun News: Miami. Thursday
Tuesday Weat Palm Beach "The play 'Tom Sawyer and
who it generally regarded of the So you think that pry down the
.' as one great street drives dangerously or headquarter The Pirates' which was to have
authorities on the law of Florida and an out you wish the one around th* corner Mayor Behest Jill, Rich t>t been presented at the Monday

standing legal philosopher. would low down once InawbU Miami Bight meeting was canceled, .
You ought to live In Friday Broward County Tom came down with the chick
For the 2i until he resigned to ,
past "
,". years jJ Europe! American drivers would Dade County.Saturday en pox.
run for the state attorney's office, Scarlett served look like children on tricycles Melbourne, Day

this area as deputy commissioner of the Florida J after your return. tons Beach Lakeland Breden- L>0.U NOTices ""
i
Industrial Commission. Most stories give' the German ton Tampa.
r driver credit' for being theworld' Sunday Miami, Opa.Locka, NOTIC* o/AFOHecLOsuec

J ") Before being appointed assistant to Justice ( worst drivers, but aftera Ljbf'rty.Clty. \OTire 111 HKREBT OnvrV

Terrell, Scarlett was active in the effort to prevent recent 10.day trip to Italy.wed Monday Miami that under. and br virtue ef f r.,.

: the removal of the county seat contributing nominate the Italians for Tuesday MiamiKARL'S St9EDULERep. lair two anal snt.nd deer.i 1n the of tor.ololure Ciretdt Courof a.

I .. that awe.Inspiring- title. It must the Seventh JucllelaJ Clrru'l' of
I of his money time and talents. Florida In and for \oluaia Count
be admitted that on the German Fred fart ef \UH| In a rartiln, raua therein' ,.ndln,
'; r We believe the background of this 34-year-old Autobahn HiUer's one contribution County In which surety Bulldlnf and Lose
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I r. .- ._ jaocltlon I. Plaintiff and Robert
T la
Fort
to Germany, there no Friday Miami Myers.
I attorney has equipped him with the qualification A. Ollllalf. at .1. ar* Drfandann
speed limit In most places, and( Saturday Pentacola. Panama rh e ..m. balnc Chancery Vo. atoll
: and experience necessary for the critical WASHINGTON iUEfl/ }'.CQ./.0/AD{ Ua like being entered In the City, Tallahasiee, Jackson th* .und rillnd. Clark of maid Court.
.. mill offer for aal* and Mil af pudHe
I. office of state's attorney. Grand Prix the whole time you vole outrr to the hirhaat and .hat
COtillIli travel on these four.lane high Sunday Daytona Beach, Mi bidder for cash *t tha North ...."tno..r
of th* VolnaH County rourt,
S. Sccii ways. ami. ....".. In Poland Florid. ,n th*
Kirwan{
The DeLand Sun News recommends to its EulogizedBy II' Uth day of idav, l IS 0e
to the Germans Monday Miami
t:' But you've yet see 9'rlnck: neon, tha 1I..JI A..
readers the election of Jim Bailey as Volusia! making 4 six.l'ne highwayout Tuesday Daytona Beech arrlhed land la Voluiia County,

... County Tax Assessor. For 11 years he has been History of a little one.l.ner. and this headquarter Florida to-wltl I

f: la an everyday occurrence in ten. bath Kelly .. Lakeland tint Forty fed and. th, North
Tax Assessor Warren Jackson's
deputy, managing Fellow Italy! One admit that there 1* fat of Lot ...rtv..n. (41 1
CongressmenBy I Th ......IIt.* SV... must Friday Miami, Key Wed Stork A scour din. to tha plat
the Daytona Beach office His experience also ? tour '
i' might be room for at least Jacksonville. of the auhdlrtilnn of II *er>*

I includes years of real estate appraisal with professional Todny' I la FrIday May 1, the of those little FIt, to go'lickety' S.turday-Lak. Wales] Frost In the !O.North TownaMp.ut corner IT South ofAertlon
122nd day of 11 There
al'e spilt down highway, side' by proof, plant City, Tampa, Lakeland n.r.. DA Eat: OR per ir.n '"
I firms. 244 days left In the )'ur.Today' a Map Book I, Pat 111. fublle
aide, but when you get five ID
JAPE ANpfR: !ON Important Influence countless TaIl.h.....
upon { Rarnril of Volu la County,
y Bailey<<: is pledged to continue the policies of reclamation and public highlight In history: row plus you in your 1I01.qulli'- Florida'
I (tplTOB'S NOTE: The Drew
p Jackson-policies Volusia County citizens art Peer,en column today l Ip written works projects lunded during the George On this Dewey date led In 1W the foiled Adm. ao.little of .car,,and It takes makes the breathout wonder aaaaL antics, to aatlify th* tt.m ot tall Unit

familiar and with which by Ms Jack Ao Jer on.) last two decades" declared Al you you "
with apparently most aiporlat
rf; Stales fleet In the victorious if you'll live through that WITNEUJI my hand and the seat l
bert. 'These CALL not.IMOVAL
have the roa
run of thla Hnnnrahl court at Dil-and,
< voters have agreed since Jackson was first elected WASHINGTON One after gamut from power and flood battle of Mann Bay. next unmarked curve which or BUILOINOS ftlorld" thla |Atb' day ef April

)j3F in 1952.. the other, U members of the control dams to fish hatcheries On this date swing' around the side of a. steep AND Keeled OTHCM bid lhal IMPHOVtMtNTS: be Mctlv.d it /i/ Jets MATH ADA
and In 1873, the penny port card. cliff with a sheer drop off on Mi* Florida Slut Road Department Clark of the Circuit, Courtof
Bailey' opponent is running on a platform of House of Representatives rose lam preserves Name a appeared for the first time the other aide. Dlitrlit Office Woodland Boulev : Voluala ('0\,",,,. Florida
to eulogize one of their fellow: project and you can be sure rd, Demand 1'Inridaatltd0A.M.: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL:
mass reappraisal which would cost an estimated members. Their lolty' language that Mike Klrwsn had a band In 1893 the Wotld's\ Columbian Most Italian towns have a sign on Honda stay 1*. aced for tti* :V.I

? $300,000 with no guarantee that the money would sounded like a funeral service. in Its development." Exposition opened In Chi at each city limit Showing that alI and and removal removal,of nr build'II).'.dBtnoliilen .. and- NOTICE TO Cfll ITO il-
.... Albert neglected: to add that cago. no horns ire allowed in town mher J..l'"t.f"n location tH Till COUNTY JT.DUBI I
be wisely spent. There i is no certainty that if Not fven the late beloved he out of In 1942! the Jauane captured or they never et a wink I COURT IN AND XR voLI'st1
to .UOOooo .
hopes get known onatrucilon: Jok No.Hnol1401
Speaker Sam Raybian received pod (XJL.\rr. FU>RUA.; IN PRV-
VgluBl* County property it reappraised and vaJunilyni + ao ,tribute a/trr/ bit' Klrwan this leer as down payment \1lndala! of aleep. Italians hors gotogether IR/W Job Va 7JMJ.t B.tTJI1. '
many In Soviet Premier Stalin like Duels! and water. l>. Voluila C'ounCv. Florida. Tho IIi: KK ROTATE OF 1
/ Increased that the taxing/ bodies l will reduce dealb. on his pet 113,300000 Ar- J9t4. bid wilt b. *tined publlrly/ andaimoiimed TRACT K. HOIX3B8. ala knew
and keep down the millage/ rates. 'The object of their praise, buckle Reclamation. project In i Issue May Day order callingfor After a three-clay stay In Rome at tha tin. and slice. a. Tear M Hodi, !Joo"..'.
Oklahoma. a combined Alllpd effort to' with their countless one-way dMifnaud' for receiving them I* all creditor and all peraon
however, was not dead He was No bid will ba eonldiir unleuIt
Homestead havlni claim
is or dtmandi
the
exemption guaranteed by only an. ,a'Id of political death. Heat Indeed the loudest praUfseemed crush Germany streets and lovely rush hour traffic la nibmltttd on the official/ pro.pnnal agalnit aid .aatat>

Florida Constitution but an undue increase in on the House floor listeningto to come from those who Ten years ago- a survey of Jams where everyone merely Road form r"partmbnt.provided"nrh bT lha proponal 8tal onflad Ton. and and each required, of you, to ar*praaant krbr

assessed valuation even with a drop in millagf, the tributes, apparently keeping sought the most money from damage done by 18 tornado sits and blows their horns while forma *nd Information rfttardlnirthla any claim and 'demand which
oft Kirwan to spend on vote.getting showed 12 killed<<\: and (3 injured two small cars come to an agreement rail for bid or IntMctlon of you or ithr of
how of .
can nullify the intent of the homestead score many the the hulMlna-e.' may' be obttnedfrom against th* nuts r"T; 1klJa)1.:
exemption whose honor will
Congressmen! he had {eked to projects at home in the Southwestern states about C. H. Hoop. Diet Hot ,Chlaf.Properile HopOCg: ,'ka Trace M. K.....
law suffer most U they htto give M.naanent Outdoor deceased tat. of Voluala Counn.
pay him tribute did ao. Almostto Rep. Ed Boland D Mass., Five yean ago Soviet Defense A vrtl ln* Branch. Rlht of Warrtividen Florida, t. th* Hen John 9. BT.Initon .
for the other to proceed, :
called him "understanding, compassionate Minister Mallnovsky de. way mate Road IXBUtnuiit, ,
J I If this constitutional amendment is to be a man they came through. Connty Judaof Totua
our ears seemed a a though they Krl.and Florida.'the County, at his efrica. In Counttt'ourthou.o ;
of the encomiums kind and sympa dared no forces In the wo'ldcould the
Object was Opartinnt reierve* thrlsht >
changed It will take the approval of a legislature Rep Mike Kirwan, the Tounl.t thetlc.n' But most of ,U. Boland defeat the socialist camp never would atop ringing. The I*. ,..,.cl any or all.bids anilM County Florida In within twLand.sit Volui months

and the vote of the people to do so. We do not wn. Ohio Democrat, and .the hopes Klrwan will be generousin at a May Day military' parade only method of retaliation seemed <....n..eI waive but tachnlral for errors Ui* lnt..r may...t be of tlon from hrof.lb. data All of the> tint public'
to be to blow our horn, too. claim and demand
believe that a tax assessor should Indirectly de Incident Illustrated how difficult providing federal funds to In Moscow. weak and the Hiat. Wanaatnunt A not ......nt.. within tM
but It sounded awfully Propartl
t L.
It .la to defeat entrenched and complete the $18,000,000 Cape Soviet Defense time and-In the manner "" .101110.H.
live
an years ago Outdoor Adrtrtlain: Ranch
f homestead benefits in the midst of hrcln shall ba parrad <
crease exemption by a sharp encrusted Cod National St'ahore."Mike Minister declared puny really experienced Rliht *f Wax Division kr b a* prvldt
Congressman, no Mfllnovsky
I horns, and we found tlnrlda (tat.. Road Oupartn-fnt 4'.tortl :
increase >
in assessed valuations. This would toO
hurt TAP.
matter what he does. Kirwen Is made ot the no forces In the world JIIIMOTICI
ouiselves looking guiltily aroundto ____ : __ /./ JOHN 1. HODOJ:
too many people of limited income who are an For the first time In over stuff that built America." cited could defeat the socialist camp see If anyone could hear our To"c i ltOITO IW Aa Bt.cutor: : of th. Laat WMI
twenty yean Mike! Klrwan, a Rep. AI ITJman, D.Ore. But the at a May Day military paradeIn THE: COT NTT JIDtlRS and of fracr M
important segment of our population. contribution over the rest of the rOt"RT tN Asn1'0.R VOLI'eTA' Hodin*. Dcad,
.
Democrat bad had Democratic "stuff" human really has In Moscow 'OT'STT, TLORIDA. IN PRO. A-ts-nt-!4-M.l
Jim Bailey must be well aware that then opposition In his Democratic mind la 18,168,000 to completethe din.I think our most memorable l fBRB!:.csfATn or NOTICE TO CREDITORS-

are undoubtedly some Inequalities to be adjusted. district. A )hard.hltting, popular Mason dam a few miles up Auburn.Folmm dam In Call- experience win be the one on the does *: JAfOg T>c....1T IN THB' COUNT jrlMlBS:
t county councilman Robert E. the Powder river from his hometown all rredltora and til prannabarlna rrovRTTLNWnu FOR VOLI'lIr.
He also must know that as land use changes and fomla'e Central Valley famous and very dangerous tMaim or damand* 1M- PROTV -
Hagan, with 14 children, has of Baker, Ore.R..p. 'Mike Klrwan does not haveany Amain Drive which follows tile aialnft ale .attl BATB: .
its value Increases that assessments also should be You, aarh .f Re' r:.T .Ti!!! or
and von *r* naraKvnnn
,r rrl the political dujllgtltl R N.Y. ,
Seymour Halpern enemies ti dine know
not
Tyrrhenian Sea from Salerno to increased.If out of Mike. described Klrwan as "humble, any enemies," burbled Rep. Sorrento' on the southwest coast rialntu and d.manila. vtilrhyou. To all cradltora and all praoniharlnn
So suddenly M forthright, honest good under' Fla. "He I.a Is *r *lthr of ,.,... mlf ba.* claim. or demand
congressmen Charles D
there is a continual reassessment of the Bennett of Italy. aaalaat" tor aatat* of Dora II. larwltiraMd talnat aid aatatc
out of the clear blue, made standing, and a fine gentleman" man of character a man of Thin .is beautiful stretchof < lat. of Vnlnala rountr. Tnt and each of yon, ar* h.rebr
a
property, there is no need for hiring an outside very: Klorlda to the Hon John 8. Byln. notified
flowery speeches, endorsing I This string of epithets ought to perseverance | man of vision. the narrowest road imaginable I.... Couatr Juda. *f Vnln.la claim and required to preaanlany .,
and
firm to do the job at a cost to the taxpayers of KIrwan. When the late Franklin be good for the money Halpein At least Bennett hopes Mike with countless curves, high County at M,. *ffi.. In the fountrourthoua .. M *lth r of demand which aialnat Sot I
Roosevelt got into Democratic wants from Klrwan to establish In Voluala'ount the *>tt. lB.tlatt.hf.t":, da.naMu. .
vision fundsto M:4.
hundreds of thousands of dollars. By the time has thf to provide between the sea on one side and riorlda, >lt month .late of Voluala I'uunty,
primaries he was bitterly crttl- Bowes House In flushing N.Y., help Florida develop Its outdoor the mountainsides on the other. from the Cats nf th* Bret ..Iorl.... to the Hon John.II. Bylni
the reappraisal would be completed new growth cUed by some of these same aa a national religious shrine. resources.' We privileged to follow a ration hrrof All elaima, and ...... ton county Jude* of \oluua Counor -
were minds not w..mt.d mottle tn .
would already make the valuations outdated. congressmen. President Johnson Rep. H r-rt Bonner D-NC.. Rep. Robert Slkes D.Fla, Urge dumptruck. whose span tin. and In She .......... araiT
Jim Bailey believes that continual reappraisalis only last week refused to Intervene told how he once had te arrange who got $100,000 from Mike to completely encompassed the entire .-I'.'..In Ia"ahU b. barred at provldtd County from Florida. within all months
the
dpi of the tint public
In the Democratic Maryland a ..pec'h.llcopt.r' to fly establish" the Fort St. Marcos width of the ....d. The driver Dpa/) 0. l o. A D, ylll ,tlon hereof All claim and ..10....
the logical approach to adjusting assessed primary. Yet M Klrwan to Mass from pai I E. J'rip. net preaented within the time and
congressmen a fishing national historical site, hastily seemed confident that the mere /I' V_. "..... Fati 4ii. In th.
-: values and we agree with Jim Bailey Ignored this time-honored rule. trip. Tall Impressed Bonner agreed he was "4 great man blowing .f his horn ft every A* Eratr, .f the tait Wilt tall b. manner barred t*precrlhd provided bv hrl la*.
What they didn't when with Mike's "love, faith, and and T." *mnt of tars S. At.d April A D 1K4
say and i great American curve would wan the driver 01...... T>*ca..4 Its
they made their flowery tributes belief la the Christian way of "I doubt there li a man on coming the other way that there LRO4 O. van WORT. A. Executor: / D.of KIRK the Ol.VBT taut ml,
was that moat of them had pork life." Attornay for the r. it. af sod Tatament of .'ttJ. H.M5T..e .
either tide of the aisle who does was a possibility that one of them Dora ,i: Jaeoa Oaoaaaod .
t barrel projects before Klrwan'a Bonner didn't mention that not love Mike Klrwaa." cooed would end up either part of the M-l.i-U-J Dwoss'A. te.IT.:1-M.1

DZAJIABBY. ., e appropriations sub-exmmittosand Klrwan bad helped him get Rep Hale Boggs. DLa.. who mountainside or swimming In the

be held the veto over their $300,000 out ef the U.S. treasury expects the lovable Mike to put see below. We held our breath, Anmrar to Frcinou Puul
pork. They also didn't mention to build a bridge across Oregon up the money to build i for at hoist an hour as we followed t 'Medicine Show f *

that Klrwan, aa chairman of the Inlet at Tape Hatteres, NC, national cemetery In southern him around CUJ"aftfl' curve,

Blonde's Life j 9 Democratic Congressional Campaign another x,000 to establish Ft. Louisiana., 4ad ell oncoming traffic seemedto AcaewII a wad ..

a Committee holds the Raleigh I T, ai a national historical "Anyone," echoed Rep. MeMnLaird. know enough to climb the ark I/iAy..1 ...je
I purse-stringa on campaign. RWIs. ., "who makes the rail when they heard' his Jt ...Iea

Often Dark contributions for their re election. aite.Rep.. John McFaO. D.Calif., statement that Mike Klrwai la tern. After this, we developed SS-.... .M ...
i One of the first on his feet was praised Klrwan as "1 1't',1 l mean man knows not of what a genuine respect for the car lirreeaetw. -. .litter tecU** -bWe

'\ e. ,s* Rep C.rlIbf'rt.. who builder' of America." He might he spraka." horn and we sprat the rest ef
ASIQAf.YAN unwittingly gave away his pave added that he has a How could anyone be mean" our time In Italy lovingly/ using Ainial areas eeiiu Y .. .
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Ua.v motive for singing Klrw..'. particular part of America In who "Md the puree strlnfs 1 to the ours at every opportunity just 1 ISMeiiiaian Ilie aN tI
praises mind that he would like Mike to S6/,0.OOO Laird wants. for sanitation as a true Italian would do. I) Mia* (rfraaerIS Inyedi.

DEAR ABBY That person who wanted. to know If 'lie iKIrwaa has .had an" help build: The $24! *.L'I'T.OOO facilities at "the. 'Menominee Every driver should have the I*r.v,.r.*...we...*.aln MTrta M Vacree m_tab) :3eanhitw. 47T>* rMM

blondes really had mine fun obviously wasa t a blonde or Indian reservation' experience of at least a monthon 71Pm.d.&aiLr lnTMwgtlr. 41 (ateeraft* eewumw kTIA
'. aha would have known better People do turn around natural blonde, and I had thOM funny "hlte eyelaihra Added trnhmaa Rep Robert European roads to gala new nd i'ep...s 35 N.N f.1.sa N ta..t. fro d

and look it blondes because they are more striking than and eyebrows too with It. Believe me. I went having Duffcas. DOre- .la awe: "I told respect for the courteous and 3466'a .. aicenea NNm assetlu .al

tin I girls with\ any other coior! hair, But don't assume that very much fun. Last year I decided to do something a friend In Oregon that I was cautious American driver but 1anIJ'ftw.

t. I Just because blondes are aiared at more It la to their ad about It. I had my hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes dyed beginning to feel that I was heaven help the Americans If a kpwl ..

,JIll I vantage. Other women are Jealous of blondes. This la a black! It changed my whole personality I now look vivid finally gaining a Un* stains In we all returned driving like ,: A1.puenI
rot fact And when people am Jealous of you, It can till and alivel I My skin la very fair and since I have became the Congress because Mike Europeans! You think that |uytrouad Gv eh lave e'AMe

\t I rough. How many blondes ever wig b-auty contests Not a brunette people have told me that they have neverleet :'flnraa had aodded. to roe twice the corner la bad-wait U\..f8tIIaIaDtred h.eeyyt
-1 very many. Why Because if the Judge chow a blonde, bluff .).... (No oae even noticed my eyes when twsa U eae week." uiol we raEB'1)rtdi.I,

when he jot home, his wits would kill hint Thank u.'I' a Monde.) Here la cue blonde who wouldn't ge back Whit.. Duncan wets la Kirwaa uirep Mu4seGaraiack. : ...ret
: I RUNNER.UP (BLONDE) to beiax a bleade he asythloj! a ad It "pro\al for the .t
a e r Geonaay :
TrU-NSFOKMID Oretesj Dunes attteaal seaahere :1&
DEAR ABBY: Why do people pick on blondes Wbea sad ,the Media\ ", left la tit :: 4'U

,. .l' they want to slam somebody they say, 'Dumb blond. DEAR AYTI That letter about blonde struck dose K fue river baili." TrtijiliV Mother Die*
'l 1 ; or "Dizzy\ blonde". Even Just plain "blonde" Implies ti home with me because the man I'm married> U has a But perhaps the sentiment w..s -=-_ Muu }

1,1 .': that a girl .la kind of cheap I have noticed that the ".thln," about blond, Not Just any kind of blond, but lien summed up by Rep Martha MIAMI
flashy, loud blondee that give all Uondee a bad name are platinum bIoa.",.. When Sully met ITV. 29 yean ago I mimiha, f>Mich. who.. would mother of aassinai asDeepe.dddt)
not really blonde al all: they are brunettes who have waa a platinum blonde. Ito clalma that'a why be 1.11 for like )'t was .o grant money fur Poraialraa dictator Rafael Tnrttlio. BOwvIQr

decided' to become blondes. Pleas give us blondes a me. My hair would probahlj be a salt and pettier mixture a subsist cemetfiy at. IX died yesterday at the ".' than
.., '. break. Abby, and print this. U I lot ft go natural because. Fra naturally browaUn.. Cuater, Mich. of 1M. f ....

.. TWO NATURAL BLONDES turning gray' It is a lot of trouble to keep U touched up ."It this ""tury.aile said Urs. Truimo atollM bad lived I t..,:p ape

y DEAR BU DKS The facts ahMiU be plain _.kL sad 1 would love to quit but every time I mention It, my solemnly "the 19tn District'ot .b Miami store her son was shot a-iIIe I_.bS

I*.aayM, who wants !. gH th* rent .. MM ........ Solly ties a fit. He Myn U I dent stay, blade: he'll find Ohl! <( will never again be repr to death. March JO W61. after lOl'nWew. sire

L /.. ''* himself another blo df.. So I Cgnr*.tt it bis to .have a .r:;.i ented by a.maa who hasreached more than a quarter century ai .
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DEAR ABBY That peraon who wrote tn to say thatalcndei bloade te ala late It la going t. be me. --- P th.pne.r..tad has) the Domiakaa lUpvbiU't stmj **.: ... VWaUsar' .
hid more fun wU badly. mistaken. I... a "m.o\'DLE": Mike Klrwat el 0111..- al/a. -




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It was an eventful evening for Five member of th* Women's
HUNTER: Editor:
: ADMISSIONS!
members of the St. Them Cir.cla Fellowship of the First Congregational

of St. Peters Rosary-Altar Medicalf'nn..th: D. Burkner, Church attended the

May\ Day Party Held To Honor Society at the when home the of group Mrs.recentlymet Eugene' Cushman Stetson University DeBary. and Leroy Missionary Circle meeting of the

Snyder, on Gordon Court with Congregational Christian Church
Mr*. Virginia Nelson assisting k DUAIIS3AIJS la Sanford recently.

Cindy Chandler On BirthdayMr. a*At co the.hostess.business meeting of the w Mn. Roswell Bushnell 1S2S F.. Tha'guest speaker Dr. Mar
caret Gibbon was presented by
circle Mn. New York Ave.. Mrs Willis G.
George Rentz. retiring Guess, Plerson; Mn. Lourn Mr*. William Bowie, Winter

and .In. Martin Chandler ed the president memben presiding of remind. louse, !Sha! .de.land Trailer Park; Park a past district director
the
I part th..yI
honored their daughter Cindyon will play In the -0 David M. Hughes, Lake Helen; Dr. Gibbons was a medical ml-
April 30. on the occasion ofher I forthcoming FL Tom A. Nledenthal. Eau Gallle.V alonary in India for 35 yean, and
sale 7th 8
I rummage on May hand
with Hilda pictures, gav an In- I
fifth birthday. The party was
9th, Altar Cart during the Clarke BSU Officers For 1961 Memorial formative talk describing the
S.
held at their home at 210 month of May the Mother- College ,
work of the missionaries.
Woodward Ave. Daughter Breakfast in the Parish ADMISSIONS I .
The theme of the party featured Hall on Sunday May 10th' the She also spoke of some of the
a May Day motif. "Apt serving of coffee and donut Officers of the Baptist Student Union Executive Council. Clark College. Newton Miss, have Charley T Bailey, Plerson. custom of India among them
Shower Bring May Flowers" after Masses Just been elected. These new officers will swum their responatbUitlt at the beitnnlni of the was the rlre throwing at wed
on Sunday, May stet fall semester, according to the Rev J. B Costilow student director al Clark Pictured above, DISMISSALS
in which to this
and was carried\ out the party I 3rd, and the Parish Picnic I dings was brought

sponsored front left to right Professor Victor advisor Jean Slocuni, Star, Ulas, Training
row Vauibn. faculty ;
in India where it
centered'
table country only
room. The was by the men of the Holy Mn. Emily C. White, DeLeonSpilng
Union representative, Breads Smith DeLsnd. vice-president, Rv. Costilow. director; Csndt.cs
with a Maypole featuring Name *.; John Stldham PeLand, orglnlated' the young couple! !
Society of the Church on
Collier LeLand Miss, secretary. Sandra Andrews, Daphne. Ala pianist A. L. UcOauih, faculty
streamers leading to the plate of Mis. Everett Wiggins and Infant aland on a sheet so It can be;
May 24th The picnic, to be heldat
advtor: second row, left to right Richard Bennett, Sanford mi-stons chairman; Murry Moor.
each guest and terminated In Blake Park In Lake Helen Coldwster Mlxs, Sunday School representative; Claudia Mines, Florence Miss. Young Womsn daughter 608 S. Montgomery gathered up. I
favors of umbrella filled with will offer prepared picnic plates. Auxiliary representative; Buiette Severs Psucsfoula, Ulsa. publicity chairman; Dolores Parker, Ave; Francis Larry Ford, De- Dr. Gibbons I la now retired and I
Candy. I games for adults and children Mobile Ala. social cb.lrmln1; Jordan, Jackson Mlas. devotional chairman, Allen Parnell, Leon Spring lives In Winter Park with hefalster !I
The traditional birthday cake, and prices for the contestants.It Bardls, Miss. president, back row, left to right, Darryl Pctry, Wstveio La" enlistment chairman; Dr. Rebecca Gibbons a
decorated with bluebirds and I was announced that Mrs. Robert Rsgland James Miss. Ministerial Asioclatlba representative, JerrtU Rogtrs.. Jackson retired college professor.
surrounded by yellow roses, was I l Richard'. Calkins lias been named Miss: musio chairman; Johnny Cooper Andulusla Ala, Christian etUieiwhtp chairman. AssociationalWMU At the fellowship hour follow
served with ice cream. uiairman 01 me Mother'Daughter __ 0 _< __ log the program five different
Appropriate game were Breakfast, assisted by Mrs --- I flavors of tea were served In-

played and prizes were won by Norman Wedekind. and Mrs. HOME ,GARDENER'S 1M : MeetingAt [ eluding Constant Comet Gum.
Shari Beachum and Patti Brills Rents' was asked to take charge Social Notes. powder and Jasmin Each one
nte. Piano music for severalof of reservation wa served grain and peanut la
the game was furnished by M.... John Mattingly. of the Me Individual wooden bowl with i
u
Cindy's sister Kathy. lady ChaBdlerCadette St. Theiese Circle will attend DeBary sesame cookie

Invited guests were: Sharl the St. Augustine Diocesan convention 4 and Comments Those attending from Orange
Beachum. Patti Brtllante Step. In Sarasota on May llth Th. spring rally of the Semi- City WIre Mrs. Elmer L. Patter
**ni. TUlle! Lori Borden Pam GS 12th and 13tb nol Association Woman Missionary ann. Mr*. Harry H. Burn, Mrs.
Hester and the honoree'i sister, Mrs. Mattingly reported that 'WM* <*;)> SIee/a. : .'u.Nst Union was held Thursday William Neumann. Mrs. Fred
.
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Mrtanl
Kathy and brother' Marty and plans for the Informal Garden : ...... _>*..TI Ihaw'' -'If'' -Ia.w..as cad. at 10 a.m. In the First Bap- Tibbetta and Mrs. H. G. Carrier.
Mark. Holds Party at her home on West New se Sen sewer West list Church Denary Mrs. Ivan
Troop ....
pen ruse.es we I. pass .nettIa
York Avenue have been completed .a M MNM.d MMw.sereadun Farrens, DeLand president of LKHBDfO UBBaKY I
Reservations Due I AD members of the Par. ph.e awl an t,rs, the association conducted the j Ij
lsh will be Invited to attend on meeting at which approximately .
Jan tJmundu I
Awards of
Court daughter
Books Gifts
For Democratic Meet May 28th from 10:00: a,m. to 1.1. OUU. Ldmund, 4IS N, TJ were present. -

Members of the Democratic 12 00 noon. Members of St. There GCYSIA :' ? Boulevard tau been elected secretary The decorations Included a
'Woman' Club will hold their Cadette Girl Scout Troop 771 e Circle will be assisting Mrs. .. of the rising senior class hell and a torch, symbol of the REEVE & HOWARD

monthly luncheon meeting at held a court of awards recentlyat Mattlnglv. pies CHECKERBOARD PLANTING at Wake Forest College Ml..*. theme of the meeting "ForUhPl"tV IM WElt INDIANA"Sine
Boon May 4 at Calico. Kitchen the home of R. K. Gregory Mrs Frank Butterworth general I ; of Zoysia Grass Plugs rdmand Is a member of the and LJeht"- After theoJlf'nl
Restaurant.The Marjorie Valentine conducted chairman of the recently- NEA college choir, freshman oilenta- r hymn "Oh God Our I -
the flag Sherrl Lewis held Spring Melody Dance at Repairs Lawn in Fine Fashion. "
will be a ceremony lion committee. Bspllit Student Help Age Past announcement
program question lighted a large candle as she Showboat Restaurant' reported mad and bul.a"l1 i
John -- Union and Flrteles, women's sn- were the
and answer period by
gave the Gill Scout promise. on the successful social affair vial organl/atlon. Mints. t.dmund: meeting commenced
May and John Smiley candidate
Each girl came forward to which more than 200 persons at Turf From
Try Is The
for the office of County tended.At Tough Sprigs majoring English present nominating committee
light her candle from the largeone wa reelected: Mrs. C
School Superintendent. Other and at she did this, gate the conclusion of the business Madeline Hi|..... Plprann.II W. Figle. Mrs. Cecil Tucker,
candidate will be al
toted time present one of the Girl Scout laws. meeting Mr. Eugene Snyder By i time. from early spring until fall, I among 279 seniors who are due and Mr. Ben Ta>lor. Mrs Marvin
to answer questions. Merit badge were awarded to was Installed as president of la graduate from Florida Southem ,
to attend U your : anywhere In the nation Snare I II Wilder DeUnd. a* chairma
Anyone planning areasked Barbara the circle Mrs. Norman Wede (bllege'Lakeland. at the
the following girls
this condition presents no KM'loinproblems of the constitution rommlt I
to make reservations by Barr.Campcratt. pioneer good kind as vice president and Mrs. 79th! annual commencement ronoc .
tee reid the of
revised
may as Meyer 1.oYIla will bylaws
Saturday Mn. Phil
by calling grooming and wood; Jer Lea Regis Baldaulf acting as proxy lution. It I grow on slopes, In poor soil \ tlnn on May. 11. She In a the asmrtatlon as recommendedby J f
7344667.
DtBerard. traveler for Mrs. Michael Baldsuff, newly- candidate for the Bachelor of
Dunton campcraft. that committee Thea.
aid even In the salty mil 'foundIn were
good grooming pioneer and elected IN'crl'llry.tre..urtr. The beach aresa. However, avoid I I Science degree: :: with: a major inelemeNaryduration accepted by vote of the aisncla- 3
Kentucky Derby Party mammal, Ruth Gregory good Installing officer was Mrs Ches. Mrs. deep shoe MM! MiMlr lion: I
Planned By LBY Club grooming; Marjorie Valentine Kazmlerczak: president of the *>m I I. (he daughter of Mr. The association went on record '
pioneer campcraft good groomIng Orlando Cenbal Deanery, and To To got ZovnU grass off to a and Mr. a. G. H-ITMII, Pier as the of
authorizing: purrhan a
Members and of the of I good start bent four.* Is I to
guests Susan Smotherman good past president the Rosary- sun. mimeograph machine for I'M
Lake Beresford Yacht dub Altar of clear the ground ot old ,..owth.O..al'lnl& ,
Ire dressmaker, wood; Society St Peter's Par '
grooming central omen In This
Ranford.
( and !' Jell M. TulenBlackubuig .
the Mi \ apt. "
invited the clubhouse 3:30 Uh The area new gisngrow
to at : candlelight
Sherrl! Lewis producer back. ceremonywas Alumnae mat'bin will b* used for all the
p.m. tomorrow to view the running yard camper, outdoor cook player performed before a shrln home of I without competing for Va are announclni activities of the ftemlnnl Association. .
the birth of burn at 1I.m..
of the Kentucky Derby. traveler of St. Therene Patron Saint of \ water and nouI'Ihnlt'lIt againstold a aim
campcraft pioneer I April :TO The tonne man baa TIle conference of tile
Color and black and white the Circle the shrine being accented Mn growth. I
skater, cook.
WMS
: YW A. CA and Sunbeamwere
twn-
; named Jetf !MrIJnyd TutenJr.
television sets will be placed In A pin was presentedto with arrangements of .hostessAt It It Is not piartlcabl to held
two.y..ar I In separate rooms.
clear the be Ills\ paternal giandmother I.I
the clubhouse Following the five- pansies, carnations and pink pop. the area Zoysia can
Marjorie Valentine, a .. plugged Into the existing giowlh. : hiss Irta Tutee, of thl* rlty P-nmUs on these session were ...
running- the Derby there will year pin to Sherrl! Lewis' and a pi. log the given by representatives of the I
be a buffet supper which will to Barbara Barr, Toe outgoing officers, Mrs. Brooks, This aggressive (rasa hernia to mrnv juMmiMr TODAYTtH .
six year pin crowd other until It I different branch of he( a.anclalba. 1957 FIN Karl J.u
include on the menu. Kentucky Jr Lea Dunton Kathy Mans Rentz. Mr. Charles Pain and was 11'- 4NI. U. 'lark, harry It:. The concluding feature
Burgoo. There will be dancing field Susan Smotherman and Mrs. Bruce Clary were given Delta takes" over completely.Planting I'MILbrll tUhert' Klmini. .*TIHDAII of the meeting consisted ol m the tight la th. JegWalurelor
during the evening to Norman Ruth Gregory engraved charms, denoting their will be Zoysla gram must he HUllnni .....,..... tt.rlUjukkur .. series at reports on tile State J Improved duciiJon.M"
Right orchestra. At the conclusion of the evening services to the Circle, by their ton. D.C. dan with living gras, u.u.lly *, TlmmM M;, Orr, WMU convention held, In April -0.11.4 SM News 1
refreshment were servedby fellow-membera. Those ; I In the form of "plugs," becausea ", IqCOTRIORTMKOiK).*., I In 81. Petersburg
Keep shirt sleeve from tangling Sherrl Lewis and Marjorie The usual refreshment period Edward true seed does not exist. Set Mi*. Tucker, vie presidentand I ,
with other wash by but. Valentine. Leaders of the troop following the meeting was enhanced Jones, plugs Into small holes dug Into: program chairman of the ELECT
toning them to buttons on front are Mrs. R. K. Gregory Mn. by a prearranged, surprise Jess the soil about one foot apart. In Sweet aie the thought that Seminole WMU Association, WM
of shirt. Ell Fishpaw and Mn. L. A. baby shower honoring Mrs.Rentz Mr*. staggered row., (heckerboaidat savour of content the quiet mind the leader. She wa assisted, by
The lace'covered refreshment I I. richer thin the crown Fred Karl
Dunton. Hurry, Mrs. han Farrens, Mrs Ji'Drrft.nr..k.nrltfelt. .
table wan centered with an Mrs. Once set Into the coil Zoysi Robert Green Mr. Bill Guess.Mri. .
,King's'' Beauty Shop arrangement of daisies and stalls R. plug establish solid turf Dorothy FltrgeraJd, and
Orilhh Landowner Die and flanked with cut.glass Mrs. by spreading toward each Veterans, Auxiliary, Af,.. George Mdtowrn, GOVERNOR

'teas, M...>=aiJ-rwa< > axrt) "Kn.LARNEY, Inland (\PI-) punchbowl and cake squares" centered Pearl other The grass growl down I WW-l Will Attend Meet The meeting' wa adjourned at
"booties Pr-
with trotted and
sideways upward
Mercer MOM and a covered dish lunch
Aexandv Evelelgh- (hAcv.. Paid l fe be M.kwl
$1 1, wmIHO.UI Francis a descendantof hidden gift were presented to Harvey I Density of Znysla growth Isth Members of Would War One, eon was served 1. the church c....., Cm..'*n Tr.....rr| {j
$5 Roa..De.MoIryn. IV of Scotlandand the honoree, to complete the surprise mi* secret of Its resistant to Veteran Barracks IM and Auxiliary social room s
James
King "shower." and Mrs. weed and dI........ You
Insects, will attend the Seventh
........ one of Britain greatest Other member attendingwere I
can almost forget crabgrassand District Conference it 1 tomorrow
R. I. fiWee/ Mne.sseySIIAMPq landownen. died at his Irishhome pm
Mrs. Carlson Mfrs.Donald
: Ray
Ureic weeds with
other the Federal
summer In Savings
I In ,..... $tall Wednesday, relatives(3.G .annonnced Bugger Mrs. Oscar Gallencamp. an established Znysla awn ,and Loa building Apopka. Re Elect
H* was
today.
Mrs Creston Johnston Thank Zoysla grass, however, does On tilt agenda will be annual -
--- L Mrs Faith Miller Mr*. Leo C. search << turn yellow with. the first hard reports. .election. fflcers and
I Nolan Mi*. UkbacI PrtUe. Mrs. a new I I fall frosts, and stay brow or plan lor the Mat Convention to t
P i M i N & Jack Tennant, and Mr*. Frank grapefruit I straw,color through the cold be kM la Jun*. The auxiliary '

Gasperovlch. market weather Likewise., M "green member will servo a hot plate ,j jII

10 SATURDAY MAY 2 sumer up" week later. In the spring luach at noon.
a.m. DeLand Club powder thin typical aorthen lawn Anyone Medlig trinsportatloi.

KTE.: 44 EAST (NEW YOU AVE. AT VOORHH AVE) Citrus I.grasses. call XM WO. .

SIESTA PEACH ORCHARDS & NURSERY solve rlcultural la IML"i vM

Bridge Scores nutritious
COUNTRY FRUIT STAND i

There were nine tables In play : II
-TUI IiriNU rUCHES- I
yesterday at the duplicate bridge
:
OfM MONDAY' Tire ram,!' 1 ,... t* I ,..- game at tbe DUad Bridg Qub.

SATURDAY ICWDAT-!' .... le 1 ,... Dewiest Rd. Mr*. George Pear- 1 I
sail wa director.
North.south wiaien were: Mr.
and )(no Norma Meyer flnt ELECTRIC.
Mn. George Peenall aid Carl.Iota .. i
Stewart's Pharmacy Schmidt earned: Mr sad
Mrs John Vandenchaai. third:
Mn, Ruth Ban and Mn. David
Singer fourth. .. I

t New York AVKU<< East: -west winner ware: Mrs JeanneGODDARD
Jeaa Yocbora u4 Mrs. Donald SLICING
Johanna lust: Dr. sad Mr*. Mace
PHONE RE 48525rcr Leotard Macao second: Mrs.
E. If. Hiikle.
Lori Week mad
third: Mrs. Fraak Bolder awl
Phil DeBerard. feurtb.Ther about KNIFEI!

FAST FREE Delivery win lit a rather bridge .liest .

game at 1:3 p..... toreorrew at e.i... .
the clubhouM. For partner erfaiormatkM to ... $1788 j ToVolusia
nil WXO.: rrtoe
wise. l .
-win tw. gives sad reahrestaval. tnb..ed County

risks StjftMce. Carves and slices/ food Board of Public Instruction

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3 Messes I In your own horn. "PrilutW' T. Oewki leeatlett"JIANNS
CONTINUING I I .... ...,.
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STATE OFFICES CAMPAIGNSLtut 'A Series I Pig I DEUND FIORIDA( ) SUN NEWS FRIDAY, MAT 1, If 64 AF Team Briefs

I II I-. I I ROAD DEATHS


! Parly Elections InFlorida Discussed I PARENTS WEREFLEEISG CUBA SKYROCKET TO Local The J325th Squadron Air Force Reserve'


Recovery Squadron recently was
I Life Had Wild RECORD HIGH briefed by aa advisory team from
BeginningFor the 12th Tactical Air Command
! Editor': note: This II the last county offices as Judge sheriff, affair There II I n) runoff In The from McDUl Air Force But
itory from The associated Press commissioners, constables, tax those races. The candidate for CHICAGO (API -
capital bureau In Tallahassee on collector, tax assessor voter each post receiving most vote Nation traffic deaths In The team headed by Ma).

the primary campaigns, the of. registrar! surveyor, circuit wins. Infant Born In Boat the first three months thin William Gibson advised the
I totaled 9,900. a record unit .of their plan for the two
lien and the men seeking them court clerk school superintendent The same U true for electionof y year
I Today Installment discusses and other the party delegate to the national high: for the period and week active duty tour The local
In Florida. t 18 per cent above the corresponding unit will train at McDill AFB
the party election In addition 13 men are seeking convention. The slate re
I' the pout of Democratic na celving the most votes In the period In 13. July 1226.Plana .
TALLAHASSEE (APt Although tional commltteeman and 4 are MIAMI BEACH (API Barbara Today the and her mother The National Safety t also were discussed for

I candidates for -Democratic I{ seeking" the post of Republican late Benita McJIas') first few Lulsa 30 were reported doing Council said this week future training sessions which .
and Republican Party of national! commltteeman. Four hour of life were probably as well In Jackson Memorial Hos that March with SCO will Involve bringing tome of tJle..

flew ha\e to obey the tame ru women sic seeking the post of tlonal wild a* any shell ever know. pital. highway fatalities, was the Air Force latest 'Jet aircraft
She was born Wednesday to JUST SUSSED 27th month in the last 29 Into DeLand.
I lea for qualifying aa do''canh Democratic: national committeewoman Untie ; .
date for governmental off tree, and two are seeking the the wife of a farmer fleeing Communist Her father Andrea, 33 who to show an increase In traffic
Cuba in an 18 foot wooden delivered hi* own daughter, had deatha. An Increase )In
the atrlctly party races are left post of Republican national 1 I will PLIASI PtCIFY'
to the second Unary. committeewoman boat hoped the would be born an death over last March

The reason for holding off Unlike the other primary ra Party Before the day was over, she America. But by a few hours n. reported In 39 states

luch elections to the sec- cei: the election of national and had been lifted In a sling from the was a Cuban
party the little boat-to the lofty deck hi wife and another bNJQ[; [{
commit and national! Mejlai *
end primary-May 26,, this year L tee m a n two I ,
before the Florida
dress legislature. L
of a British frigate off Marathon daughter Marta 12. set out with
-Is ,simply a matter, of ballot commltteewoman I I.. a one-shot
,11 length slate, Key and later lowered In a duf five other Cubans from Matanza a.K1U! ,
I tel bag to a Coast Guard vesseloff 1 : Tuesday night, The next SOCIAL NOTE I
MS CANDIDATES I araeererCaltwtTV I III son,
Mr, and Mrs. J. Willis McCormick -
Miami. morning Lulsa knew she was !
I For example, 449 candidates } But going to have her aecond child ( and family spent the lit last Wiaaanaln' Phana 7HOSOIFarmarly
are seeking governmental offices have weekend" with relatives in Jack
i In the May 5 first primary II Radio r I before safety. the Land refugee was' more ever reached than 13 sonville. ( Orafary Lumbar) I
er, R
I Not all of these will be on the [Television I iPrograms1D17om' mile to the west at Marathon
ry ; I
, lame ballot in every county I -Ao- Key
In Review '
however But each ''county will J .. I The baby was born at 10::10a. ONE f UNITtO SUNSHINE STATE
, vote on congressional and legislative i Aanlt m. while Marta held] her moth /*\
offices, state attorney I her > DICKINSON ANSWERS ,
I era hand and Dolores Espla Ramos
\ public: defender three Supreme By CVNTH1A AWRY Tun 18, helped Mejlas, with the V "YOU THE PEOm" #
; Court Justices, public: utilities AP Tel"lalon.aldll, Writer : Myrtle delivery. The mother lay on a ,

commissioner! six Cabinet posts NEW. YORK' (AP-U) 'BenC.'y' to rid .....' I Soil mattress made of the refugee To+toRROw Ch. 6. ':30-10:00:
.m Interm.tlaa Se .unsl'.d
and governor in addition to such had- It ti di allover w.t..r.I NIONTFCu.
) > 1Y ml .tallene and la eu/sect shirt.
It again, chances are that the dedicated I sheens: The an Newe to neo ': The Cuban attracted the attention .
e.en"oie.e ......m. th.t I. Nan
ged .(
.UD
0
doctor would pick a speciality //here ,. one .h.dul. noted .Iow. of HMS Tartar, a 360-
British Buses other than neuronurgery. ttitlanaT foot English ship assigned to patrol
Neurosurgery la pretty self- law between the Bahamas
\' -TV. Chinn.l t. Daytonaeach duty DiCKinSOnoo
limiting," explained the ABC Orla nrioWPBO.TV. and the Florida Coast.
rlf's' technical advisor : fhannal. S. OrlanilaULOrTV '
Set For CubaMIAMI PROBLEM TOLD
.. Channel .. Orlando
The technical advisor Incidentally ss. 0DY.esowCALL.
alongside the huge
I Edging
I Is,, not a n"uro.ur5f'On.but : erally ruoAYK"VINING hull. Andie related his
(AP) The first of a registered nurse, Alice port I It Ii) Baal at Oroualw gray ORLANDO 422.6101
(e) A.I' anyIs problem. Immediately a itretrher COI r,
the
450 British built buses will reach Rodriguez who inherited the RlvarbnalI .
lowered and to the
Cuba In June, Havana Radio 'Job when Dr. Max Warner the their I SI It Mommia I* Sports was up
I It 121) Na aooaa Tartar deck went Lulsa. Right
said yesterday.The J brain surgeon 'who first worked nlng ,.) Leave U T. Baatara behind her went the new baby I
buses-plus quantities of on the show'waa called Into the the At... I It ,,I'> Sawa s.w. and the other refugees, and the I
pare parts-were ordered to Navy She ,talk like a real doctor (al Na". ship headed for Miami.

ah'?re up Cuba's rickety public: after all her association with 11 I'tt I HuntlaT.VrlnklaTI Naira .. TCaltar Cronklta A Coast Guard vessel met the
But Vote For and
transportation system They rf'p'runt medical problems. 1 e IA .St..a Ron CockraaT frigate near Miami and took the Elect

'.n $115 million deal be. Mr. Rodilgue Job' however, each man :CO 121 "nll'.1e. Milrar garvleain refugees' aboard Later the mother !

tween the Fidel Castro government doe not Involve hunting new ., Pnotiral, I and daughter were taken to
and Leyland Motors Corp. diseases and aflmrnt! to fit party Tan Ir, 'nt..tl", I"nwttm.II.
/ Great AdventureI the hOllpltll"I
ef England. storylines. That la done by the "" ') Pmtr J. L. "Jim" Oxyner
SIX Leyland employe 'went to three medical consultants who 1 10 IC 121 l Rmita Boh Hnll.MFirkta Chow I

Cuba to set up shop work with the script wrlteis. '"> Law I """ II
Havana Radio quoted one of Sometimes she bandage simulated ." I::It U) Twlllihl TWHi Lone

them Alfred McN'arnara: as sayIng wounds. She checks out <,, PolltlMlID I From Our
.
(It (3) lark roar
the transaction stave! off the operating room to make l"l Hltihrmk Commissioner
unemployment for hundreds of sure the Instrument: are In correct ) (., Bmlnr' I,

British workmen. sequence She order ,sup UGU toe nus Cowling... ; Files
,
"We build f buses to sell and ... Most Important, perhaps, Ira o..,. Early DISTRICT 1
ill ARf Krwa
we sell to anyone who buys" she hunts for Incorrect procedures 11-;* (*>,Mnvla
McNamara said, adding "We and .un.medical dialogue II:It (1) ,M..rlellt'M t"hnnT, Canes. 35 Years In Ale May Primary
Ago
have created a new model especially in scripts ( b1e hI 1.1 S.... ., .
for Cuba." .The past season has ,been arather new : KM t.GI (2) 1.11) 11'11"UTUl'lo"Y' "I I in strictly a kuin! u

The broadcast monitored In. traumatic: one for the Pall CVININQS Prom the rll.1 .f tae 1121 e men. candidatt with ever

MIamI,'.ald labor unions representing glowering: lurMn.llf'1'O and hi* years M 111, world .f,StnnruI D.Land 0.111N.wI 2S yean *l administrative
Leyland employes con- cohnrts. .ABC shifted the .how ton :S1(5l( Krmrta liwriat, ixptritnc
gradated the company "for resisting : from Its popular Monday night '(' ) .m( ),(trl.hlne ,L4wMt FUB TALKIES ARE COMING I
.Yankee Imperialist prelwe" and L ( (.News Work was started this mornIng : .t-1 "I I pltdgt an henitt edmlnlitrotitn -
pot to Wednesday night \ ,
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: 'against selling buses to an hour when two ,popular com '. increase.'v only raise < laS n' .hl"rt/a roiiaIt R.nort on the Dreka Theater In !r eeX, R ind will spend ny *-.
with t nw'UI Tntttlral' preparation for the "talWea" attd1 the
Castro edy shows are shown on a rival *. where if i
<*i Umthar4
would flop o will be Installed in the
The! United State has opposed It 1:6. which .
network. "Ben Casey" dropped uate : iii rtrrnt >"> "**
continuation of trade between abruptly from its levels among this (' In the ::1.* Ctntnl I. rta: Choweaaa. theater soon. ,
11 l.nt *
Britain and Castro's Communist the 10 top shows to-In, the most would go .. 170IN,.Thai. Llxitanant TLV DIME "Yur ute in* support will
aligned island country 90 mile recent Nielsen rating 40th nary I points. Cl i "tirolt"" ".'mesons c Dateline Winter Haven -. .t pprclld.M
aorta 01 J7orida. place/ Next season, however, it a .. South get I If iai Tha, r' f iKt r* Sharp restriction In the volume
three (JC Jn. Bl.hopI of fruit moving tn the
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will N restored' to Its old spot to "Jim"
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as the ) Mirrano Walkan markets this week from Florida a/ Oxynw"I
and !hopefully. It* former' pop.uJlU'lty >- e o>'fl.> Mtht *t The Movta.
Instructed 'in 14) Political, is anticipated because of
ffarfung'sSaturday '
Nnitywood'Palls.
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White : That's to M ,.. "o. .. the necessary delay In adjusting Mik N* Premises That

CBS definitely plan to cancel In the .1 urns,'I 121 t.'Iattl.lln.S.' .... the effected movement In order to to regulations J. L "Jim" Oxyn.r I (..',- 'ulllll1"1l'nlltl.0I
Special "Made In Amei'lea." Its new ahead \ : Bridge .11 S...'. wagewar
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6.ld.* Irtw Sunday night quiz show with the really 11'te l."l VA.I.It fly A*.. raid For By J. I.."Jlra" Oirnar).
mlllolnalre) for contestants aa ., :IS ( ) Ailult MoTla
1 I. a trifle II:It tar Moon' STATE STRIKES 'OIL'The
Fried 'Chicken soon a* al replacement: : can be our _
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pressing
arranged Nalar Camalal. wiakly' TV ara.
tendency ka faun In All crop of tome 4,000 acre' of
rttitoti end. 1 VagatoiUHot .- : J :::I.r "., a reaulap I ftatur.f oil trees near
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low from Gainesville has stimulated a Tonlit
big: its be well DeLand Radio tatewlde interest In this newest BOULEVARD
Saturday Kentucky Derby a of Florida Industries I and
79 CBS 5 1 pm'(Eastern Daylight usual off.game It WJBS' WOOD That many sections of Florida Saturday
Time) running of the annual 1no K C. 1I1G KC. ilUfH, ,
erred All Day In a have taken up the planting $ M I W omn Inn
I classic.
because It of tung oil tree is evidencedby Thew "all
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Amalgamated Meat CuPers A Richard Cardinal Cushlflg had a,
I South Viet Nam's Hopes For Survival Seen Brighter Butcher Workmen of North police guard during a visit here

America ,
ATLC10 pulledsurprise a Thursday night when police renorted -
switch en an employer l they received word e
Juit before opening Its annual threat bad been made to hit

SAIGON. South Viet Nam A prim requisite Is stabilization Viet Cong. The Communists They are taking aa tacreulng I northwest! conference Thursday, life -
(AP-5outh Viet Nam's hopes J el "the military situation have extended their control' In tall of US. and Vietnamese the union presented Harry J. Cardinal Cuihlng was at St. ,
for survival teem brighter than and the development of trained the critical southern delta in aircraft. Beerntnk general Manager' of Catherine Church at the luttaNlatlon n.
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they were six months ago to- and dedicated civilian administrators. provinces around Saigon and in "On the civilian side there Ltx Western 'arm... Association, of a new pastor when) t aI -
day. when Ngo Dinh Diem war key populated areas In central was more competence in the with an honorary membership I police !got word ef the threat,.
overthrown LOST GROt 'D Viet Nam. I national bureaucracy last an In appreciation" of his being a Chief\ James \. Murphy escorted *-

This !U not saying too much. The government has. lost Communist' military units are than there la today." a government great guy"Beerink the prelate from the altar.
ground and the and better 'It reflected won't have to worry and with four of his men surrounding \
Diem's final days had manyarpeeta population to stronger equipped. I expert says about
of despair a rigid regime\ that had been In any conflict of Interest in the cardinal escortedhim
control' for sine and could the next round of negotiations to the parish rectory.
"1f Diem had lasted another MORE STATIONS VARIETY FORECAST exert its influence years down to the 7 fyu with the union. He's retiring Police declined to five any
month, South Viet Nam would June 1. details of the threat.

have gone down the drain," a grsss We root.need a few military vie- } r I rr..,,, ,, ,
top American diplomat says. lories to start building up civilian .
"The situation here was in Its 82-Channel
terminal phase then. We were Requirement morale" an American Get Comprehensive
hitting bolton" said "and wo must develop +
honest and able civilian administrators
U that
The consensus today

the uphill decline struggle has halted stretches, but far aa Effected For Video Sets throughout In the the countryside capita and to A'\ .
(
ahesd. I back military up" and ,consolidate the )\ 4 Lq


The to main be political danger ,ahead not mil appears I backing The government from the United with States strong ::' \\l\V\ \\\X\\'{ .

tary. WASHINGTON (AP) American sdMnttgt ef the UHF stations has launched campaigns to
Communist Viet Cong forces. televislra passed another In their are... They may buy tackle both "We '
problems. are
controlling much of the countryside milestone todsy. one of the sew, all.channel sets just starting to do what we ; \" \\\t\\\\ .
have shown In recent Any video set midi in this now, on the market. They may should hsve started two yean _
weeks they can attack with country from now on must be hoe a UHF tuner Installed In age" says an American la a Ii
strength and boldness. But the capable of receiving S3 Instead tlll'lr'MF set position to know. 'a
reaction time of government of 13-television chainels. They may add a UHF converter C altar-bound In Cleveland, !
U advisers In the TI1NG'HITGIIED7-Couples
forces i has Improved signifi The result as ,Urns goes by. to their VHF set Or they field S.report military Vietnamese army a Post" all their own The' ,Conrad_ 'Company" :
cantly. should be more stations more may Install what Is known asa commanders Erected by the Cleveland Transit System directly] front
A top American diplomat told program variety and better strip tuner in their present are more receptive et the marriage license bureau, the aign nark a numdsne .
the French after they )lout Indochina television reception throughout ..t. allowing them tn rune U on to advice. The moral of atop(or" g *riding cloud -otterwtae known .Ie WEST NEW YORK PHONE fct: W0'.' ;.
the U.S.lvla"n themselves
at Oten Bless Pirn 10 the Tilted! States. one or mart available UHF / M the d own loop out. ..
bait
started climb.
years ago! "A second rate general Congress passed the all-chan: channels. to __
could have won in Indochina net television set requirement In With all,channel reception The people should stop worrying HHHnnn r-. .-.... e
if bt had had the proper 1963 and made It effective todayto mandatory, the FCC said "TV about a coup and get on Faster Vote-Count ....
political atmosphere." give the Industry time to broadcasting will find ample with the war" strong, man Pre F I !
mire Nguj" n Khanh. who Protect Your Tax Dollar
adapt itself to the new' Jaw. room In UHF to grow on a
It also applies to any sets Imported national basis. has seized said power three months ago, Is[ Anticipated In N
into this country. : "The end result will be more
Most television seta on themarket TV stations, greater TV program I' S. PRAISE Vote For & Elect
U.S. Use Of Machines ?
today are equipped to variety and better local ,, Top military men. praise
Vyh receive only the 13 very highfrequency TV reception throughout the Khanh. "
channels from i land." Khanli however does not jet TALLAHASSEE: (AP) Voting JOHN T r
exert control his ,,
through 13.OL'TGRO"'N. complete over machines' will be "led In .
-' stsff. His power Is diluted
OUVNELABut several Vietnamese Tuesday's primary in 49 ol the
among top
television broadcasting, generals. Ho sMU does not have (T counties In Florida Secretaryof
says the Federal Communications Boylcd sufficiently solid support to !State Tom, Adams repose s'r r, MAYSUPERINTENDENT }
Commission-which originally I I crack down dissenters.. Adams said the \IS e ft machines s +.
asked Congress for the all
.
Recent statements by President would speed up the tabulation
channel receiver law haa outgrown

DownBy Johnson and Secretary of of votes considerably. Of '+
those chsnneli.
State Dean Rmk have raised the 13 counties Baker, Pasco OF ,
Ready to accommodate the hopes( US. aid efforts! may bo and Jefferson will us* paper ballots
.
overflow are 70 ultra high fre- Bit BdTLE: broadened. to Include support In some precincts, machines
qilency channels. More than 100 NEW from other nations. In others add Adams. :: PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
YORK (AP-One who
UHF stations are operating\ today ,
Such a Joint International effort Adams said the state's first fey
wants to
study modern civilization F VOLUSIA COUNTY
but
many television owners
might counter Cemmunbtclaims in
machines
voting were put
are not familiar with thembecause flee washroom.must take a look at the of. the wsr In Viet Nam la service by Did I and Duval I Why would an .Honorable: Circuit Judge :
their sets are equipped "Americas "
war Counties In 1)36. Hlll bnrougli
for only VHF reception.The I While the public part of an County Installed its first machine 1'' make this public statement about three }
U VHF channela! can accommodate office Is dedicated to the corporate the next year.
no more than 850 purpose lit washroom is Hire are the counties now West Volusia schools? .
television stations. while often a citadel of private enter- GIVES YOU
Thus mechanized vot
"Fred Karl stands abort some larger cities have several prise. ing equipped: for "It appears that the taxpayers and citizens have been shortchanged.e: :

the crowd." IAIIIII such stations, many are limitedby I spesk now of the JII""' THE SHIVERS Alachua. Bay Brevsrd, Broward It is tragic\ to put in over $2,000,000 on three schools and wind up \!

Morris FCC allocations to two or washroom.Well Charlotte, Cltrus.Cliy. Cnl- with such a botched-up Job". 'I..t

Vitiran Political Columnist fewer And some cities have here are a few of the tier, Columbia Dade Duval. Istamhla : "Many of you and this court are convinced that criminality Is in. :
none. characters you may be familiar DOESN'T IT? Flsgler' Hardee, Hen-
But the 70 UHF chaaaeli csn with In the ordinary office wash- dry. Hernsndn.\ Highlands. Hills- volved. Such a condition cannot exist unless someone along the line x

ELECT accommodate up to 1,000 new room VALDEZ, Alaska (AP) borough, Indian River Jackson was doing a lot of tilings bordering on criminality". \ ,-
stations premising more communities Joe MeSturdy-"It could be The oldtlmera tell It, agypsy lake LM, Leoa. Manatee, -(tD.LunSun see. en the tchoel. construction ,tegTsm, 'lI:
a chsnee et having worse working somewhere' else, Marlon. Martin. Monroe Nssssu lI. -
womaa put a curse .
their own stations and offering but I've never \been there." on Valriea more than M Okalnnta 0".1'11"Or" Elect A Professionally Trained Educatorl
Fred Karl( ) PI-
Osreola. Palm ftach
viewers a greater choice of pro. RILF A TOWELAngus ; years ago. ante
.. Anguish-"Good lord, I MUss, Polk. Putnam, St. Johns I. JOHN T. MAY
grams ; She spat on the ground
.
,fj. Lurle. Santa RMI. larawtfa ,.
The FCC: points out that the caa dry' my fan with kali a said some day the earthwould : : .: i
GOVERNOR Ser. isete. Sumter. Vefusla, Wakulla. j (pate r.mr..t Aeeerti..n.at 1r ri J. !r at.r) J'
new law' does not require own towel. Why d. these newcomersto shake many houses" W alien and wash.gfu6 .
era of VHF seta to buy new the outfit waste three That would be wHiled to sea and

<..!. A'v. Piltf tar by "..... receivers. the reason we don't have more rest would be SJ';
Cthtn Campaign" TrtMurtr) Viewers have several options money for merit raises." move to nearby Haxelton.Grass I

U they wish to take immediate The PhJo.npher-'Here today would grow over Val6ft. .<

gone tomorrow another day Ij'{
The lived In Hue
mother half dollar he mumbles gypsy 1
and goes out to a 77-cent ton a mining village founded e oa
ELECT luncheon ap'clal.Oswald. In the WHO'i. She placedthe 1j

No. 1 office boy-For curse when It becamea This is
every five minutes he spends ghost town u Valdes your
J. KERMITCOBLE checking the Inand-out boxes thrived.

he spends 13 minutes looking at Valdei war' hardest hit ,(0 e ,
of Alaska in
the mirror combing his hair and any city the
seeing U he cant stick his lip great March, : V earthquake ATTORNEYGENERAL
Thirty two were
persona
out wl'h the sullen discontent.
killed II per cent f>f the
Ronald. No. I office boy-Goes ,
town was destroyed and
.
around the office with a portable
many buildings were swept
radio to his and
glued ear
Into the sea.
enjoys the washroom because J
Now the City Council
Your that'i where the reception is plans t to move Valdei to anew 01;
boner location four miles
The Collector-He knows Vat a'
where Hazeltoa
way
StateRepresentative settler or later every one !has once stood.
to go 16 tie washroom and that JAMES KYNES rr

Is why he stands there calmly .
peeling aa apple with a significant i *.
belle aa he waits for the Five Day Forecast .

their SlOhoiM J loot players borrowings to pay back I 91 TH' .M*.ll. ... ..... M

: CROUP ONE IEEU; AlHlorB Wednesday Temperatures art expected through to next average THIS IS KYNES' RECORD THIS IS WHAT KYNES STANDS FOR ::
Lonecoms Critic So tnsry
one to four degrees above 01a
men have left their desks that
: normal for the time of year
DEMOCRATIC PIIMARYMAr
ke comes Into the washroom" to
a with little day to ,c day change Aly.urAtf.r"lyOralJ.m'llCy".hu ; .
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find an .cdl"n.ce for his emuplaiats -
Normal high temperatures are Served et state prosecuting attorneyIn
about bow H he only had 13 to tt. Normal Iowa range proven the he will 'tight for the protection R.
) Florida.
authority ho cold nuke a from U at Tallahassee to Tl at Central .f beiU righfi.Jewel ::.
your
wind tri
world without for '

VOTE FOR: working man, ad please tee Key West.showers Some are widely expected scattered Served et legal I advisor to Governor ICy,," II the only public ef flier who .ai..

storkaoMen also. throughout the period with rain- and Cabirut of Florida. token elfldel action en the :
The Clod He goes there because fall amounts quite variable aatf he ever en

bo has to.- Nature ordered averaging around I ball lack. Hi* two degrees. Ono in Public Civil Right. public eccommodetlon taw In

A Unified Volusia County him The Great Man The boss Some local accumulations of two Administration, plus a law d.r... Florida. By his official ruling\ In Jenuery, :
or tare laches! are likely.
strides self consciously Into the Kynei knocked out a proposed public accommodation :
Retention of Homestead Exemption office washroom beeaoso ho has make a thoughtful aote to btnv Named one of the five outstanding law 'In Dade County. :

lost Ms key to his own' executive sell to cut the mt Christmas men In Florida In 1960 by the

Early Completion of 1.95 Valhalla. Aa ho emerges ke bonus ta half. young state Junior Chamber of Commirct. Kynet men from preiecuted Communist and Cuba convicted who UUgelly Centre's R:


Better Education VOTE FOR --. ELECT a Was partner I in his own I law firm. 'Invaded Florida's' water ;!; j'


and _. Eluted president of University of Kyne appeered,before a CengreiilenelCommittee I I '

More Economy Efficiencyin Florida Blue K.y. In We,hlnjlen to flfht for the V /
,
Government JUDGEJ. of Florida ,Iht..f Fleride's children! to reed the Bible :

Elected to Unlv.rsity and In, public ichooli.Kyne e

Against Extension of Sales Tax to Hell of Fame toy prayers i' j

ROBERT Member Official Board. Meikedisi Church. will continue to tend up and be :
and
Food Drugs counted en the vital issues, affecting your a

,lathe only lawyer In this race admitted right and liberties and the free enterprise; ,--
Consolidation Without DURDENVOLUSIA 1
Against ""., (I., :,. practice in tho U. S. Supreme Court. system eC


Referendum r '''NUfOAfI'KIlt i iI
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| Winning eono'ig'crtM In, presidential ar :' 4 v Says Mathews' Will WinJohn


.Profits election are of best 0

remembered school chit.
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) by -
had not f Mathews, state senator The team determined the percentage .
$16.billion steel Industry, dissolved in .
tlons a contract settlement .
from Jacksonville, la going to of the vote,each candidate
kiting Its nail at this time In dean But losers,fomoui at the'v.
.. d be Florida next governor if received In each county or
1962 and 1963, li brimming with With the economy on a prolonged W you can believe an electronic area In Florida and then told the
cptmlsiYi and strong upbeat, the time of their candidacies art f' % data processing machine. computer to go to work The
Production It at a gallnp. MaJor market for steel Is the beat In e h Last week, Stetson University voter turnout In the 1960 gubernatorial
producers report first.quar. five yean or longer on a sus. as familiar a* a guy gamed students, In a straw vote election was used as
ter profits up In many cases 50 talned basts It points to a pos efo "1e favored Volusla Fred Karl by the basis for estimating the
to 75 per cent from a year ilWe bettering of the 117.million. Albert WibbUdon. The losers a aeven-vote margin over form. number who will go to the pollsIn
There Is no sign of a serious ago'l ton Industry production recordset er State Sen. Fred 0. Dickinsonof each county next Tuesday
Aor dispute. In 1955 West Palm Beach and Miami If state voters agree with
Edmund F. Martin board OTHERS CAimOlS pictured here ell ran in the Mayor Robert King High. Karl Stetson students and the computer
received 80 votes to 73 each for the Democratic results
'thalrman of the second ranking Martin was the first top executive "1
firm Bethlehem Steel Corp., to publicly acknowledge 20th century. How many do $ High and Dickinson. win look something like this late
told newsmen 1964 might prove the prospect Others while sol A In the Stetson voting, Mathews next! Tuesday nightBESILTS :
k record year for steel compan dy! oplmlstic cautiously have yon recall? Answers finished 'fourth with 66 votes; LISTED
Je. assuming there Is no strike steered clear of direct comparl r Mayor Haydon Burns of Jacksonville Mathews, .309578. Dickinson,
in: the auto Industry sons Involving the 1961 outlook. collected 36 and Sen. 290238; Karl, MO.119.; High, 262.
US. E>DICTME Mill operating rates have : Scott Kelly of Lakeland received 047; Burns, 159765, and Kelly,
,''" The main threat to tranquil.ty climbed slowly but steadily 11 [;. 30. m,57J1.
.
But when the electronic Using the formula In the
a federal Indictment charg since last August, Now, steel Is computer same
.Jng eight big steelmakers with being poured at an annual! rate took over, the results Republican race, the computer
of about 128 million tons. changed projected the following results:
5>rice fixing in 195561, has been
HOME: COUNTIES Charles Holley, 83901; H. B.
"crowded pretty much Into the Two more major firms
When submitting their votes Foster, 30,176, and Ken Folks,
.
background for the time being. checked In Thursday with glowIng
the students were asked to write 3399.
-The have pleaded In Bethlehem,
companies profit reports In their home counties The poll was conducted by the
: ocent. with 47 cent from
a per gain After the vote, the dataanaly.l. Young Democrat and Young Re.
Two steel execuJjSvei the 1963 first and JonesA
yean ago quarter .
team was called In and publican clubs at the university
were. nursing wounds from Laughlln Steel Corp, with a below.'a began to compile the votes for Dan Kllbride of Daytona Beach
their In with the late Presl l. 62
run per cent gain
each candidate by county or Is president ol the Young Democrats
,:;Pent John, F. Kennedy over an Martin observed that the year specific state area and James Davis of Panama .
attempted price Increase' later earlier comparison was with a City is. president of the
withdrawn: A year ago anxiety doldrums period when Bethle Soviet Pledges Aid Young Republicans;
KVB O I O 1 hem earnings were'dragged .. The data processing anaylsis
for 1962 to a 15. low under the of
WE MAKEALUMINUM year NEW DELHI, India (AP) was supervision
The Soviet Union has agreed to Barbara Mullens of Tampa and
[ SCREENS! No Mint Juleps finance construction of the Bo- Arthur White of Orlando.
; caro steel plant for India, which
To Fit All Sires of FRANKFORT, Ky AP) 1 the United States turned down

Doors and WindowsWe About 1100 guests have been In. the Indian government an- FAIRCIOTHATTORNEY

vlted to a Kentucky Derby ,..1"1" -. __-..-.................... ..... .M"- "J nounced today.
Also Isaiah New breakfast at the ) w : "Ai w o -cj '(ow) naulOoll'I Moscow will provide aid ini
Saturday governor : .
Wire In Old Frames. 'lorel'tlpa'H tially for the 1.5 million
residence there be ) '0 aatse M lq paJtaJa too: : '1( ( ) ton first
I no Juleps s but -j -wo( WL 'n w nnAUurao \ pal ((0011) ialuIHapg : : : T:: H n't::: ; | ; ( 1\\ stage of the plant, Steel Minis. I GENERAL

[Conrad Lumber CoW Coy. Edward T. Breathltt has 14 PllfJa uL Ja f JDW.-2 ':%P11) ;
MlchlcuAtN. Delaware a policy of permitting no alcoholic
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beverages at the executive
mansion ,1 MUSICAL COMEDY APPLAUDED ( ) SUN NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 1. W4 I ELECT



Keep I DHS'. Guy From Praise I r A SummerlinFor


Judge Phillip Elliot A j


Volusla County Small Claims Court 81 R. H WESTERVELT would rank in offerings when cleaning woman and longtime SCHOOL
Editor, Run News professional and semi 's employe, was most effective.
"A mm who seeks public! elflc should knew "A Guy From Venua' landeden atonal! groups and Jim Hayes as the chief
what public service Is." the stage of the DeLand High LEAD ROLE Venuslan complete with orange BOARD

School auditorium last night andIt :Joy DeBartolo, a DHS coveralls, green hair and purple
Judge the Candidate by hit accomplishment proved to be one of the most and well.known In West man umbrella, brightened the stage CountyWideVote
successful orbital flights In for musical talent, did during each of his appearances
AI degree, Roanoke College, many a moon standing Job In the lead These two students probably
UI, University *f Virginia The Venusian Invasion actuallywas Linda Stacy, owner of both had the greatest amount of' act (byt1.aW. lIumm.rUnl, Pall P"r
Veteran tf Korean War, enlisted and cammlulansd a two.act musical comedy Department store, aside In," to do and they did It well
service, now Lt. Cmd., USNR presented by the music department much of the play. stiff All the others, both those In
Fast President of Deylona leach Jaycist of the school It was under Joy handled the acting prob key supporting roles and those ....- -"
Past Secretary YMCA, now ex beard el directors the direction, of Sue.Perdue, ... Jiff dpal role with the their who served at |tore clerk: and I ,/ '-'I"'ELECT-- .... .
and slated by George Wolf, band, and assurance of a stage members. of the musical chorus:
Secretory mld.nt..lect el church
Paul Caskey, mualcThe She was on stage handled themselves, with the assurance I
President Vefvsfe Cevnfy Aissc. lee fne gifted, : the two.hour .
show opened lasf night tcenCfOf I of stage veterans ..
Oiifsfenrfliif' young mon .f the par aware', JW, and will be performed again tonight care and never once I the PLAYER LISTED TALLEY
Oaytena leech Jeycee and tomorrow night at I. during the demanding Falling'a Leading supporting roles were
Tickets at $12J for adult and voice carried well and, '. played by John Manning Elizabeth .
EXPERIENCED 71 cents for students will be Lee, John Mott. John '
available at the door I Tomaslnl. Vernon Wells, Jim
Practicing Attorney and trust officer It would be an understatement Falling Fuller and Paul Puzder Store ; HALL
Trial experience In Florida, Fidsril and Military to say the production was well clerk were portrayed by Anne t
II courts City Prosecutor for Dayteoa liach. received More than two dozen Andrew, Becky McAfee, Linda .
To 'P
Now, Judge .f( Small Claims Court times, action was delayed as the Henderson, Betty Morgan Joy,
r audience soundly applauded the Miller Jeanette Ownby, Kathy
4 musical and comedy effort. of Two three.man teams Gallahan, Jane Shutts Joanne DISTRICT S
'XMp the cast of 25.Were DeLand Falling Angels Morgan, Danny Stewart, Peter
far from being an expert parachute club, will Thayer, John Branson' Larry
I Judge Phillip Elliot In reviewing high school The Citadel at ) Cateman and Charles Donley. County Commissioner
dramatic event, but even one of this weekend The musical selections. were

('01. Adv Pie f.r ay avid f, 'illtugh, Campaign Tr...,) the my show caliber surpassed can safely all say previous that Gen Mark Clark, (ret) 'catchy" and member of the Countywide: Vets -
I dent of The Citadel, DHS band offered fine
DHS productions and certainly cepted the applications accompaniment for 'the cast With 15 yeeri experience In red building, I pledge if.fieimy .

local club last week during the many chorus ,and solo !: end ecenemy in a blgjsr end better read. prsirem. -
Citadel Invitational selections I fill that our rod. program I I..* Vslvsia County has
VOTE FOR ELECT Meet The show Is a credit to the bees ntgleded' for thlnji that kemfitsd. only, serf ef
On the same weekend to schools music department and Vsluile Csunty. Due I* my lenstimi experience !lee reed.
. JUDGEJ. man team from the special commendation must go I construction, Km sun I can build more and. better reads.
division of the
University to Mrs Perdue Wolf and Caikey et lest csst.,
Angels will represent for their work In preparing this
This iheuld the
concern ef Vetiisla
taxpayers Ceuntys
the National,
worthwhile offering for West
Robert EACH DISTRICT SHOUlD BUILD MORE HARD SURFACED
DurdenCandidate chute Meet In Lake Voluslans
And too for all
praise
WIs. These local Jumpers those who worked backstage on ROADS!I. The ceunty has the equipment, and the men and I
competing against crack lighting, set designs, makeupand have the ....w..w. I will fever any ether programs shut
For team from Mississippi props for their exceptional will benefit all ef Vsluiie C."t,.
Arkansas, Texas AAM contributions.We .
Volusia County Judge of the large colleges t, recommend "A Guy From Elect m year seat County CemmhsIeMr, District S.

I .. Eastern United States Venua for an evening of fine I Cl'oUUeal .4d.,. hid) Far Br Till r Han)
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SINIORITY -Swwtof Holland ranks 12th''Vi seniority; among 67 SPACE DEVELOPMCNT-Ever/on* know the Influence IN Space t
"'Democrat Senators, which give him a powerful voice on three. Program has hod on Florida s economic development. Spessard ,
+ 1 major committee Vital to Florida future..Appropriationi, Ag. Holland Is a member of the Spoce Committee whose prime re-
rtajlrure and Forestry, and Space Committees ponsibilirx It I It to handle legislation in the space field.INTEGIITYHolland .

hoW battles and ..but
DrCNITY-Mony Senators fought won iforthrightness f
lalurc J Cllllil Iall- Judge D.r a Beat*) and moral hot leodenhip.MEDKAl an enviable. proven,.18 l year record of few whV the dignity and confident of Sector Holland. Our ;
y with his :: sad u.P: =; *. Senior Senator has the respect and admiration ef his colleagues. .

ASSISTANCf-5pe Jord HofJand strongly supports m di. CROSS FIOIIOA IAICI CANAU-Senalor Hortond hat bean inUru '
,A. Longtime Resident Jadge Darden has r..le.dI'1 ,eat emst ewe for our senior citizen via the Kerr-Mllls Ad.,Kerr mental "in ,getting on* million dollars hi Federal funds for eon w
ta Yslala l Cevaty le U year Mill offers brooder' coverage than Medkar Kerr-Mitl; pays hospttol taieHon of the do** Ftonda Barge Canal.OTtZIpTS I

end doctor bills foe those In !need.' 'WCHTS-Honona"* "''gil rlce' where ell our dfttan'' t
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Fl o rid a Educated ighD'r' concerned k known to aIL He to against eny hsw thatdeprive .
right am *
I me U.It. *r riu MI Irma HAtlOtS As a reult ef HoHand work In Washington, .
ef baste liberhe* each: et the present CIvil Bgta BtlLtmaSTATE
war BTa4w"U4 tnm Classes 1alYenltf jaw ftcal every or* of the 17 motor florida Harbors has been Improved. *
MWHWAYt-Sp**lOAf HoHond supported tU'rfionway -
Prnr/ Darden ... hard ..*' MHt a.e4 ROOD eoN1Ra-IfoCentral n lion been effective In ecun>g Federal fret of. 19 5o bxreating federal contribution to Interstate

.JudicialAbiliIy-Jr hl.dg. it yon un.'.... neaeY.J Funds for South and Florida Flood Control. Roads. (......... ........l .... lor to. a-."* X. TTptVT_)
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I Youth Accent Seen PlannedWASHINGTON I REGISTER Cited Over Stamp I V

WASHINGTON (AT -"A pro- _
Alex Clarence Devore 49. I I
(AP) Re- Kentucky, former COP national Tampa Richard New, 41, Sanford penal that the special postage
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Publican plan to put youth and chairman under former President Jesse Morgan, 44, Edward stamp commemorating WilliamShakespeare's .
vigor on display for the television DwIght D. Eisenhower, has Vlnlng. 50 James Baker 39. all 400th birthdayfirst I' ....,-, V.
be sale in Stratford
put on
DeLand' each with Intoxication.
audiences who watch their been selected as permanent
national presidential chairman Colen H. White, 29, Sanford, BWy Conn. was made yesterday by
nominating to wield the gavel during
I Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D-Oonn.
convention in San Francisco. the convention. MtotkowsM, 39, Ronnie Barnhart,
i 26, Grady Buckner, 35, all De- In a letter to Postmaster General
While
they are thus peppingup Morton 56, tall, handsome anda I.f
I John A. Gronouskl, Dodd
Land. Lamar Gamble, 21, Nor
the
Image, leaden'
party
polished
performer on the
man Bennett, 22. Dennis Johnson said the anniversary also marks _
hope to avoid Intraparty platform, Is the oldest of the _
the 10th of Stratford'sAmerican _
versy by electing a contro-l three star performers.The 33, all Seville Murray Geer, 33, year
spotlight Crescent City, each with affray. Shakespeare Festival."Dedicated .
performer others expected' to be selected '
tory to all factions. the Willie Phillips, 23, Seville, assault to offering the r
Sen. Thurston by Republican National Noah Grave, 67, DcLand, works of this great artist to the
B. Morton of
Arrangements Committee
American Stratford U I'
possession of moonshine Flank public
I
I at Its here late .
In
meeting May
Williams Sr., 32 DcLand. violation the most fitting location for this
include Gov. Mark 0. Hatfieldof
i of the liquor laws Curtis tribute," Dodd wrote ,
Oregon as temporary chair. Philips, 36, DeLand, destructionof I
man and State Chairman Robert I private property. Mattie Lee license tag. Robert E. Partridge,
:i A. Forsythe of Minnesota as Hall. 38, Dade City, driving on 61, Daytona Beach, contempt of. I
r ,QM convention keynoter Hatfield is the wrong side of the road I 41 and Forsythe 42. Baker, 39, DcLand, contributingto JP COIRT IJe
I The choice of Morton as permanent the dependency of a minor, Maxie Lou Talbcrt, U. 1201 S.
chairman broke a deadlock Thompson St., disorderly con.
I Tommy Johnson, 22, DeLand' ,
In which congressional assault and battery Archie duct DO or 30 days, and concealment .
members generally were back. Ralney, 23, DcLand, failure to of property under li..n.
# rkre' Ing House Minority Leader herd' summons and petty larceny SRO or 60 days; Lonnie Hamilton,
Charles A. Halleck of Indiana Ivry. Marion And 28, Lake City, 32, 1201 S Thompson St, disorderly
for the Job while COP governors failure to display warning de conduct $.10 or 30 days;
were plugging Hatfield. vice. Maxie Lou Tolbert 42, Isaac Baker, 39, Deland, drunk, .
Morton, an Eisenhower mod. Lonnie Hamilton, 32, both De- $13 or IS days; William Me-
Mate from border state, has Land, each with disorderly con Orrery 20, DeLand. speeding
the backing of conservatives duct. George Franklin, 56, Ben t0:! booming Sen. Barry Goldwater Junction, intoxication and three 34, Lake Mary, improper drivers 1
R Ariz, for the party' presidential charges of open( profanity. Robert license, dismissed; L. V. "
nomination. Ross, DeL and. no driven
Lee White, 22, Daytona
license, estreated SM bond; Mattie ,
Beach, reckless driving and no
Silver Is Stolen drivers license. Francis Mayo, L. Hall, Dade City, driving on '"..
wrong side of road estreated
48, Ormond Beach, vagrancy
CHICAGO (AP) Three robbers I Terry,Bradford 33, San William An'lo.Tl'XIS $25 Land bond, assault: Tommy and Johnson battery De-, Joseph A. Scarlett -
grand larceny.
"As Governor, Fred Karl hijacked a truck loaded' Dahmcr, 44, Daytona Beach, two $1835 or :20! days, Archie E.
will have the confidenceand with nearly three tons of silver charges of assault and battery Ralney, DcLand, petty larceny
bullion valued at $75,000 to $20 or 20 days; Gladys Feaster! ,
Jimmie D. Paxton 21, DcLand, of EndorsementsJoseph
support of the state's $100,000 Wednesday reckless diivlng. Loula AnnKyll'l. DcLand, open profanity &:20 or Speaking
The truck driver, Salvatore
lawmakers. :20! days, suspended.
44 Miami Beach, speed
Lavalle, 50, who held
was NEW RUTS
-Dcland Sun News cap. ing, Curtis Blue, 28, DeLand, assault
live the
by robbers for foreclosure suits
nearly and battery. L, V. Ross, 22, Mortgage A. Scarlet, candidate State Attorney, Is proud to true endorsement
tw|> hours, was within a few license were filed by Federal National your present -
ELECT blocks from his destination DeLand. no diivcr's for the Office of State This endorsement could
Walter F. Busch Jr.. 48, Jacksonville Mortgage Association against Attorney not be obtained by favorsor
when he was met by the hiJack. manslaughter. Charles G. Jones et al, by CarlR. pressure. H.rel. whit thl.te Justice Glenn Terrell of the Florida Supreme Court had
en on the South Side. Zartman against E. T Shan'
Fred Karl The 75 bars of silver were to Donald (Bucky) Walters, 31, non et al; by Peoples National to say to Governor Farris Bryant about the ability and character of Joseph A. Scarlett.
I have been delivered to a plantof South Daytona, was charged with Fund Inc against John H. Robinson /
the National Lead Co. The multiple violations for allegedly etc Frank Stone vs. Lillian
GOVERNOR silver had been shipped from soliciting alcoholic beverages, C. Clum etc. for In excess
the U.S. Metals Refining Co., maintaining a building for lewdor of $19,000. El Dorado( Operating
, (eel Adv hid! fop ky Robert Carteret, NJ. indecent entertainment and allowing Corp. etc vs The Bon-Ton Corp,
Co",,,, Cim.in! TrMiurtr) Police later recovered the a minor to drink Intoxicating etc. for$825, Arthur J. Niche and
empty truck. beverages Dorothy May wife vs. Neil P. Gain and wife
I r 'Jr" Johnson 38, Daytona Beach, was for In excess of $2,900.
I charged with Indecent exposure Mabel H. Whltehouse et al vs.: .
w wn KEEP Rose Tatum 23, Ormond Beach, C. 0. Nielsen etc. for in excessof SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDATallahassM
was charged with soliciting< alco- $3500. dole Vaughan vs. ,
John H. hnlle beverages. Aline B. Sweat, Robert L. Thompson for in excess
Smiley 39, Beach, '
Daytona was chargedwith of $:OO, Worcester Federal
YOURSUPERINTENDENT serving an alcoholic beverage Savings Loan Association. .. K. 50555,1 euvri /, M.ee"l
csur Ju.lt.. .
minor
to a Ole'S
George M. Cay and wife for .
OLINN TirtftlLk.ILWVN D. B) M VO.
OF Carl M, Ardkey, 30, DeLand, mortgage foreclosure. First Federal TMOMAtT. Mtrthsl.
.. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION driving while license" revoked' Savings t Loan Associationof '|.. FRANK..meals"' HOCSON DelwOAM.SILI
Alton Norman 59 Deland, In. ..
Daytona Brach vs. Lonnie M YNOCHALITVNIN
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VOLUSIA COUNTY toxication. Neal Hinson, 17,Kins- Freeman and wife et al for ".o...11.O'OONN/L...
ton, NC, Ray Wlggs, 11. Rich. mortgage foreclosure. A. R.
DEMOCRATIC PRm I.IaT, MAY 1 land, N.C.. Julia C. Jones 37, Distributors Inc etc. vs. AlbertW.
Working Tjthr Fir Csntlnuid Excilltnc High Park Fla, each with Westerberg and wife for July 13.1961
Pitlttleal Adv I'.hl! For By John H. Smll.y) vagrancy Grady Buckner, 35, foreclosure of lien. A petition
DeLand, speeding and Improper was filed to establish a trusteeship .
I under the will of Sara R. Honorable Ferris Bryant .

Bishop.DltORm STARTED. V 1 """ Governor* Slate of Florida'; w f'I8'I wt '.flP
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I Warner a Kellar vs. DorothyF. ,'" TaeCepljolf bu'.... .' "'*W'",$,",4 t iJ'I# ,I, ',_: ",. .,
Tallehaseee Florida "' ",. ,' ,'
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KrUar. Elennore M. Bumbyvs. v ''' ". .. ..
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Mark Bumby. Margaret W. ". ..',i
Are YouGetting McCullough vs James Theodore
McCullough. Klnlse Rebecca Ed. Dear Governor
ward vs. Albert Charles Edward 1
,*. Elizabeth M. Park l'II'In'
v*. Elwond M. Parkerson. Lewis I am advised that the name) of Hon. Joe) Scarlett has been submitted

I D. Hammett V*. Eleanor R. to you for appointment as Assistant State Attorney.I .

Your Hammett.MARRIAGE' AITUCATIOM have known Joe about all his life. He Is a man of splendid

Bruce, and James Carolyn Porn Lula, Port Renton Orange ,. character and a good lawyer and enjoys the respect and confidence

South Daytona. Robert W. Ma. of this court the public and his brother lawyers. He has appeared

lone Jr., Gainesville, and Ellen number of and '
before this court times handles his cases well
Louis Wilson. South Daytona
George Arthur Champlin, and and thoroughly. He has been my assistant for about a year and I am

Money'sWorth Land Evelyn, Julia Burdick, both de- well pleased with him. He Is a good worker and his Judgmentsare

Roy William park DeLenn good. He Is a very capable and fair criminal lawyer and I am
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and Arlftte EstellaEbrllnf.
Springs
DeLand Robert Rich confident that his appointment will reflect credit on your admlnls ,

ard DeLoach and Jane Marilyn tratlon provided, of course, you are In position to do so. I take
? Brown, both Edgewater, Larry
Richard Justice, Daytona Beach, pleasure In commending him to you.
and Mamie Loretta Hall Harbor .
Oaks Benjamin Hmkel
RYING L IRANTUY Raw! Jr. Holly Hill, and Franre Sincerely
Ruth Fretwell. Daytona

The tsxpsjin are entitled to fun time service ht fun time per: The Justice ef the and Reach Olla Charles!Frediika Austin Schultz Purintoa both sGlenn Terrell "

Puts rttthrtt $7,509 per pier which It emlt for the tupitrt if my fealty.. Th. .Incvmkmt DeLand. Clarence Simpson, De- ,

swim cud" *etrat4 hh perusal! hviliuu for mmy ,tin. Hi received l e Land and Hannah Chance! +"'" >'. 'f', ''. .,'.4/It *"*'6,1'of' ,
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politics! epltimM fe rt.'*ffl
and' kst CMtnM1! U p.rit* kit ,In''II' business tt date. Tit Income**! his sever Irma Fetch both New Smyrna #

ileUd .r .Implied that h. Siva mere thee fr ben per ey te ibis .flic.. He his Beach. Larry Clifford Brim and

itatte" diet k( h it ih pal f rile 10 e.m. te 12 N..i 14 (rem 2 ,.Me ti 4 P.M. Billle Beach.Ra* Branson both Daytona

IS THIS Full TIM SilVia FOR FUll TIMI PAT The Piece unties ikevhl ht et hit'

peal t keen e fry t ftp e wok, sad ee cell 24 Mean e d*'. laVING L IUNTUT Some astronomer believe the.
moon Is covered with a deep Jay.n
premises te je shut ke will le e fell tisM employee ef the ,..,1.I ., of dust somewhat like quickand. .

Justice Terrell served the last forty-one years of his life on the Florida Supreme Court and

Life Resident of Florida during which time he authored more than 2.500 opinions for the Court. He stands as a

monument for the rights of man under law. Justice Terrell became legend In his lifetime

14 Year DeLand Resident LOWEST and believed In the Integrity, sincerity of purpose and future of Joseph A. Scarlett as aa

INSTALLED attorney.

Educated in Florida Public Schools .
COSTfor

27 Years in Automobile Business L Joseph A. Scarlet your candidate for Stale Attorney, am Justly proud to have served

the people of Florida as Assistant to Justice* Glenn Terrell and thereby I gained Incalculable .

central air knowledge of the law by reason of my auoclallon with Justice Glenn Tend] '

Member of the Following Organizations:

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Volusla Democratic Club. DeLand Chamber of Com-

mires West County Volusla Sportsmen's Club, life Member of Florid Pull Lever 10-A On Election Day To Insure The Selection Of A


Tackle> and Gun Club. 32nd. Degree) Mason and Shriner. 0
Competent, Experienced State Attorneyl! .



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BRANTLEYJustice FRIERSON'SOaThe.' ?JOSEPH A. SCARLETTYour




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er to determine Just what a man cut and cannot do in controlling spacecraft during aa r
actual mission. The Boeing Company; of Seattle, Wash, designed the training machine, _
,which uses closed-circuit television to project images of the moon on a curved screen. e ,


AH, SO, DISNEYLAND-True to Its tradition of creating excellent imitations Japan has
AMERltANS ,.ON THe MovE erne crD OUCH, THAT SMARTSJ-No thillsn't for real Actress almost outDisneyed Disneyland. Only the Japanese calf It "Yomiuriland An addition
Hazel Court brandishes the branding iron In a scene froma to the amusement park ti a three-car monorail train. Here, the train passes the observa
new horror movie. The Masque 0( the Red Death." Tbei lion tower (background) behind the giant ski Jump and artificial ski run.
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THE MOBILE AMERICANS-Nearly one-fifth of the U.spopulaUOu moved between ,: "'I, ..
April 1M1 and April 1962, according to Census Bureau figures. People In the 1824ago WITH CONTINUITY the event of almost any tV .'. ... I' '
croup bad the highest mobility rate of any group. As adult age groups increased: hazard one can name-from war to earthquake abilityef \.t':1..:, ; : i .. "",, "
in yean, their mobility' rates decreased. Newsdurt shows the rate of movement la, V.S. communications to survive is gaining. Route of a
(ago groups by percentage, blast.resistant cable now being bunt eoasVtocoest by American HUMANE ART-Each :year the American Humane Assn conducts an "Animals >In Art"
Telephone *t Telegraph's long lines department is poster contest The current and 51st in the aeries of contest will close March 1, 1965.
shown above. An important feature, It bypasses built-up 'Two posters from contestants are shown here: At left the work of Suzanne Paul of Allentown .
i'L .areas of cities on its route. Pa. At right, one by: Dick :Brown of Ogden Utah.,

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version of an old Army fort nears completion in Lexington, Vs. The bull tug, ;
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on May 23 in a ceremony attended by President Johnson and had
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1i4 a NEW THREAT-In the opinion i'f 'e
of Tony Venetuccl, detergents
% are line for doing
dishes but are bad for corn.
He and other ranchers of
Colorado Springs, Colo., use
'wells to supply water for '
irrigation. He regards the 2 P1Zt1E
high nitrogen content in the
'water as one reason for the I
t flavor of fine corn. Contamination "
of underground water RAIL-RUBBER FREEWAY-Automobiles and rapid transit cars share Chicago's Congress
r sources by detergents, he St. Expressway a major artery in the city's transportation system. The eight.lane highway
feels is dunging the lade' la split by a rapid transit rigatof.way over which thousands of commuters travel
each day.

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toy craze is the "pedalo." a,
kind of pedal-driven roller
rtee skate. The toy's principle is,'
similar to the crankshaft of|
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a car.
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OLD STUFF An aged vehicle which sets as a mobile showcase for a drapery vender
.Its In the bazaar that has grown up around the Jima Masjld mosque in New Delhi, India. v i w .
The 800-year-old bazaar appears to be doomed. It has been condemned ss a slum ia aa 1
attempt to beautify the area around the largest mosque ia Asia. Gir -;
Howl THIS FOR A LONG RAUL1-Looklnlike a giant torpedo, this object I.
a pressure tower strapped to cars on the
Illinois!
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP W&*' 4ihtv Central Railroad. The tower was shipped from Tennessee to Kentucky delivery to s chemical company


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OF FAminiL-Of the IBS.3 million persons of the United States, nearly 117 Airport U the control tower ... .
a million or 63 per cent, claim church membership of some type. And grovth Is con built ;by the Port of J NeuYork .
'tinuing. When the U.S. population increased 1.1 per cent from 1941 to 1942, U.s. Authority as part of CA7JF01MA' WITTS HOCSS-This Rim _.._. tv, Cant.. 'ame!when 1'reIldent lpdom
church membership also grew 18 per cent.Itewsmap above shows percentage of population the airport ndevelopnaotpro meets wttH President Adolfa Una afateoj t n.boars II awned"* by Lams B.lolmloa wiD day w1Iea hi
{run. Tatbmaa,a real estate .
n1Dper.J
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.... Quick ends of lives and prevented millions of illnesses, saysthe

DeLeon :t!) % Agriculture Department. But they are also dan

Springs Glenwood .. gcrous if used indiscriminately. Improper spraying has

.' Henry Brought death to fish, birds, wildlife and people. Incase

l of accidental contact with pest-killing poison the
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DELEONrtDeG',TO Mnj GLEMTOOD 114418 I \ \ WAITI I ter. Eyes hit by spray require flushing with water for

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I Firemen Stage Field DayDELEON Group Attends Glenwood ,1./" ......\ '. fa: 'x",...;).tc"1'l I


Clermont Meet :.,, ,

1GLENWOQD Personals ..;; =-:. L .
SPRINGS -THREE: penonnel In, upon arrival at a There were 13 :
CHEERS tor our regular firemen fire, getting .the TD S International women representing the' United I' 141 N
who participated in Firemen't Tractor from the transport Presbyterian ,Women who wentto GLENWOOD Our apologia "."
Field Day held at the .New and into action for plowing Cltrmont on MondayTh to Mr. Alfred Johnson whose '.',
occasion .,,' the annual name wa Inadvertently omitted
Smyrna Beach a*
Airport fire lines
Sundays chick they accomplished ,
winning two tint place plaques la n 'I'CIInda. spring meeting of, the North from a lint of helper) at the )
and two econd place prizes. Florida PreRbyterial, In the Choir Appreciation"* dinner last
At the end
of
the days acHvl- week
South
Lake
Church.
They also
came In second with
tie the
hop was expressed that Those attending from here Mri. dlffoid Excel li havinga
0r.all.
.point* of 31 to Halifax Field could
Day become
District Fu. Department'. an were enthusiastic in their! praise brief vacation from her riutieiai
annual
affair
The tint !providing rmal of arrangements for the meetingand church organist this Sunday.
Inscribed
place plaques -
training for the firemen and fun Mrs. ExC't'U.I.! in
Walker
"Firemen1 for the excellent speakerswho Valley,
First Place NSB '64"Field', werewon Day, for them and their families were heard. I N.Y., the guest of her ion-in.law '

In the bucket brigade Most of the f.m1UIIho attended Among those attending were I and daughter Mr and Mri. J J

competition and the handling of Sunday took picnic Mrs Ralph E Gould presidentof Clifford Upright and their infant Reed Le"1, Fellow Directions u. Spiny Ptspssly Wr Glove. tWct Manila
hose la water oa'a dinner Those from DeLetn the local UPW 1 11... James inn. The Utter it him Excel!'t
playing
The second tar. Spring who attended In additionto Oakes, secretary'; Mn. John first grandchild. tatted era node t* lull pacific vJ Don't st-wy .i 11I''*'''. Only MOM plash Your aW ere net tough enough to witk-
were get In the place prizes the firemen were Mr. and K..lly.'It't president;, and Mr. Bert Suits nt Syracuse, .. end insects. UM the right HI la tilt pro. effected by paretitM ihawU be sprtrrs ladder
the hon won laying event. run and Cribbs. Mr. and Mi*. Ralph Mr*. Edward L. Graves treasurer N,Y. and Mini Either Benton of embed quantity. ctrf.L Laws cad flown could be Protect .It.", And remove sprayed doth*
Firemen FhiliQtt! Mn. Hoyett: ingle and Binghamton, N.Y. mere recent de"egad. bg IIt1 .
participating wen
Junior Hunter Hojett Ingle son Kurt, Mn. Chr1! Sorensen Also Mr*. M. R. Craver, Mr. guest of Mrs Mabel Condon lor .: .

Larry Cribbs Chris Sortnsen, ana son Kevin. Mi*. Rardv Olin Johnson Mil. Ray Bennett, several da'I, / \ .. ',.. ...AI
Randy Bellendorf Eddie Cribbs BPII ndorf. and Mr and Mil. Mrs. Hughle Megerell Mr. Among winter visitor ,leaving ; .. -- )\{ '
and Marshall Wells. Willard Garrett and their! I Lewis Wright Mr. Raymon CNorthamer for their nonhem home this ::::
ITS PERSONNELThe children Nancy, Elizabeth, Mr*. George Ark. week were the Coburn Youngi 171{ U -; /tl
Florida Forest Service Jamei. and .John. The Garrett well Mr*. Oscar Oeth. Mr*. and the Alfred Johnson who ...
was represented Art I family wa accompanied by Mr. Alfred William, Mrs. Ida Hill, went to Maine, N.Y.; Mr. and \ 'o/f j j1) .
by ,' Jessie Robinson of DeLand. and Mr. Mabel Condon. Mri. William A. Rat who wentto )
Holmes, county ranger and (\1) \ Ym ::
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Marshall Wells, of the local Binghamton N.Y.; and Mil. } \ \ [If ..
forestry station and Tony Green Pig 11 DEUND (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS fRIDAY, MAY 1, W4 Grace Hill who returned to her /
home In Vestal N.Y. \ JIt
and Freddie Palmer in '
the New Smyrna Beach ranger area. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy.; M Chap. '\\ l\\ ji /fl'Ajf! $

The latter two men demo' ,UPW May Breakfast Slated man of Danbury Conn, were "J :
Itrated the efficiency! : of IFSHeavy' overnight guest on Monday at ;
the horn of Mill Helen L. '? / '
Clark They also called on Mn. q\\
GLENWOOD Mr. J. W. rather than to make money Floyd S. Barlow. Mr. Chapman
RainWelcomed Kelly, prorram'l'lIalrman.' willPl..nt although a' small charge to Mr. Barlow and Mill Clark J

Mrs. A. J Krlsman of cover expense will be made. were all formerly co.worker* In Deet Spray Wbem Pets Ave Laeu Keep PssOIClda Fsetss Children Weds teaks end v.|*......
DeLand In
a program entitled Men as well u women will be the Connecticut Agricultural ,

"The,Story of Hymn and 'Hymn welcomed. Extension Service! Cat end dogs may be nHctJ teme- Cttllrts) l > cell let 'tir' ""diliif'firftbmg > Ease MOlt fruit end vtgtttel' ,
] Singing" following Ike May Mr. Earl Cooper returned time fatally fcy ptsticid'ei. Keep pal (Include!' ***''**- Keep your ant free ef poisonous" residue. you skauMvttik
Breakfast of the CPW In Fellow Tuesday night from Elklni Indoors whoa you spray. weed.killer* I is locked cibitttt. tines tkereygkly before rating
ship Hall' next Wednesday at Old Tugboat W.Va. after accompanying! .his i
I 30 a.m. I parent to their home there. Mr.
DELEON!: SPRING In Mi*. Erisman, formerly of and Mr. Cooper Sr. pent the
giving th*. new from the kcal l QevelandOhio: bas don much I Replaced pant winter In DeLandMri .
forestry la 11 l loa Wednesday opeiatlc work, and solo work In By dark McAlpIn nf Miami/
morning.Art, Holmes. ,County : oiatorios there She ,will ,Itus-
and Mr. Alfred Matthew ef 1
lIo
Ranger' ,.stated that ,3'4 Inche bate her talk by several New Barge Clarksburg WVa. were recent I DeLeon Springs PersonalsDELEON Ircggors t
of rain fell at the station In number during which the will houseguest of Mr. Bed Holden

about'six hour Monday. Need be accompanied by Mrs. George and Mrs. Flnde Jones. Family PartyDELEON
lesa to soy. this topped the Vostal., DELEON: SPRINGS The The Rev James B. McGaffln
new a* It brought relief from Mrs Lewis Wright chairman little tugboat that torso long a will meet with the Christian SPRINGS Mike University working toward her Congratulation to Clydn and) St'IUNGSC..nteand
the tire situation that existed' of Circle m. and Mr. LeRoy time ben been n''' familiar sight Education Committee of North and Betty Asbury are receiving Matter Degree in economics Mary Jan Crtbb who will be Dorothy Dreggnn had all
because of drynes Young, are In charge of the I either tied up at the edge of Florida Presbytery at the First congratulation upon the arrivalof Mr and Mn, Justin Trueman celebrating their 23rd wedding their children and grandchildrenwith
J. D. Bland district !Investigator breakfast, which they state I.I Mud Lake at ,Wester Branton' Presbyterian Church In New their first child a daughter, are announcing the arrival of a anniversary, Sunday them Saturday evening lora
from the ,Orala'.ollll'e., really a brunch. They will heassisted .shell! works or plying through the Smyrna Beach Sunday after born April 21, The little lady daughter&: horn on April 24 Th Devo Carter has returned get.together and an oyster
was an official visitor at the by' members of Orel creek in lit Important role of noon weighed' &: J pounds 4\i ounce little lady weighed t pounds amah home after being away to roast and shrimp boiling.

station Monday and again Tuesday Iff. towing the big: barge, empty or Mr.'and Mrs. David f.. Shep. She has been named Fannie has been named Cheryl Ann. .several week' while In Sulphur Thoe present were Mr. and
Mr. Wright asks that reservations loaded with then is a thing of herd spent today In Mt DOT Kathleen after her two grand.mothers Mia Elizabeth Rohrhach returned Spring, Texas on business Mr, Chris Sorensen\ their ion
Henry M. (Mickey) W t,oit be made with one of the the pall; Replacing it, and also with hen: brother, Mr. Howard Fannie (Mr.. Cobol) Saturday night from The A. Q BMsinxramity. Kevin, Mr. and Mrs Charles
chairmen' before and Pace, of Hyde ity, and Kathy Miami where she had been peonWedneadaX their
Brenda
who had, been assistant county co Monday the barge, I* modernequipment RusellMr I have Mr. Beaaingera mother r.rwo. daughter
ranger of Voluala County and stresses that the purpose of the"falr' of a barge more! completewith and Mn David McMurrfn teen tMn. Clarence Asbury. whll. attending/ a Mr*. WUhelmiaa Thomas., of I and eon .'ev.. Mr. and Mr*. "
who, In March. wa promoted to Is to promote fellowship pilot house and engine. and )Ir.. McMurrln' cousin. Mr and Mn, Par have comeprom j school t"1.-.her'a/. convention. PaJatka._ with Mem'while recuperatlng Hoyett In,''. their/ son Kurt. 1\".. .
County Ranger of Heratndo word. Mr. Ethel Ottenton. enjoyed Hyden to visit Mike and Mr- and Mi'*. Ray Chase, of- ) fumbling a stay In and Mrs. Paul Dreggnr their
Through here
County, moved Wednesday to dropped cruls to Nassau over the past Jetty and the new grand Orlando cam to spend" '"* weekend the hospital.Mr son Timmy and daughter
the headquarter site OB Highway Troop Hikes and there It seems that ax 1 I. weekend. daughter. with Bob and Nlti McCargo. I and Mr. Tony Chellar Debbie and Suzanne Also Mr
sometimes the cane with familiar and Mr*. Richard anilth..lr
Jlmml Whit had the U.I Mn Chase Dreggor
41 just out of Brooksvllle and so pleasureof Saturday aerompanled entertained a* guests over last
ha assumed his duties In that object of clone association, having her sister, Mis. M'a and Mi*. Dottle, weekend Mr and Mr* Lawrence ton Ricky from Jackson
county.A To Park Area every man on the Job and also Garden Club Brook Coursey, of Lyons. Ga. R'jckert and Mr. Virginia lAw Chellar from Lenox" GaMi will There,.
young Sammy Branton regretted were whe
guest present
film en fires, 'causes and with her for a visit She has to Eau Galll where it 11 M a m. .
teeing the little boat go Frank Grover, her daugher were Mr, and Mn Bert Royal
wa shown In the since returned to L)'''''*. there woe' singles and doublesIt
preventions but the moat disturbed Tammy Mr*. Ella Burn from tUrbervUJ 1 1r. and Mr.
DE1 EON SPRINGS On perhaps one ,
Mr and Ellis Johnson .
Mrs. the Palace Bowl for the Stat I
office at the local station Tuesday Sale, Plannedf.ELEOtf
evening Present) view it Thursday l1t rnnon'of last week of alt about the situation and Mr*. Frank Graver and her Bowling Tournament which they and Mi,*. Ellis Johnson went PI'\'M Carter and Mr*. Aril I'Fnn
wa 'Rocky", the boxer hopping together.In Daytona LM ke.
Junior Girl Scout Troup 704 met dog
daughter Tammy went to Or rttendrd. On Sunday they wereat .
station
addition the .
In to emplov.es -
at the Henry Rents dome from The hell work I II' hi* life and : SPRINGS The lands Wednesday horn wheieIr Satellite. Lane at Satellli leach Monday Mr*. Grover'sfather On Sunday evening there wa
of Union
were ftnplovei. one of the most Fred Bennett of Seville, a fish at the Sorensen horn
where! accompanied by Ih..lrJadpn Important part DeLeon Springs Heights Garden fry
Johnson
who led by plane to goo I.earn where there wan a team
Paper Company .
Bag-Camp were Ken James, John G. Mr. Bent ,and Mr. I of It were the trips on the boat Club! I* sponsoring a rummage Wooddal' 111, having ,been event it 5:1): p.m. prnt the day with her and In DeLeon Villa with CUrenct
and Brumhlow Charles Murphy they hiked' to to and from the Island. He wa sale tomorrow In the Paso ailed there by the death of hissister Cupper guest at the McTrgo Tammy Tuesday serving" at chief cook. Present
Hamner ,
all of Troy and Earl White. Burt Recreation Park. greatly disturbed the day the Building (old brick store), open" Mre. Karin Olson. horn Monday were Jim and Mr and Mn. Kills Johnson I with him and Dorothy and the
Plerson boat was being readied for It* lug at 9 a.m. and continuing r.m. home Saturday from Aliamonle Sorensen were. the Ingle? family I
Also present were Mr*.,.James Where wit a time of swimming The W, C. Cannon family of Uevetly I Kauffman h.Ii''
trip to'Mlaml where It 1* row, throughout the day Spring where they and the Charles Dieggor family
supervision I
and Mn.. H mner. under the of MJ'I tatli, was here Sunday visiting Pat and Martha Briggs and
and he refused the been visiting her later and
Paul Dreggori end Mr. AI I next morning Mrs. Adwell Gobler I I. again Mr. Cannon parents Mr. and their son Eddie and Patrick
to board the new targe: when It serving a* DeLeon Spring chair husband Clifford and Martha daughter Donna Kay were his
Nets $103 IVUlante The girl conked their Mi i, Leonardlover.. were In Lemburf on business
Drive own med of Dot dogs and him- I wan leaving for the Island, His nan of the Cancer Drive. For Bah and Daisy Harvey were Saturday Smith parents Mr and hits Albert
For Cancer Fund burger with all the trimmings.. I r food Will put aboard a gangplank the ,past several year Mrs In hangs City Saturday evening Charles and Ruth Carter bid Their ton and daughter In law, ration and hU sisters Wilma
was put In plve for his fifthler; hat bee conducting the WIlliam and Jean Johnson of Jean and Will Dane.
Including the Scout dessert f>fS where they called on Mr, and guests who were the Misses
'mon *. (convenience but he still refusedto drive by mall Instead of houseto MI'I Osman Thomas Limni. Penned and M,.t NW'y 'ATA*. rame for th, day and bed ia ..1f"t br>thxr! Ml fa! !\"-
GLENWOOD: Mn. Vivian go and wasn't made, to. house canvassing and the dinner with them Sunday They In law lolr.llt Mr. Dave
While hlkl.ig back to'tv, Mis Claude Roth and Mr. lee, both of Stafford. Conn,
Fortln local 'representative of' Bent! hem apple were ,eaten We hear now though that he method has been most lucressful Charlie Hunter were' Visitor In who were pending some, time In also visited Jean' parent, Mr. Keel, also ef Tallahairee, ram.TUf'.day. *
the American Cancer Society.bas will finally aboard and will I Don't the announcementsreceived and Mr. Simon Bushes and were overnight
go forget
as a method o: brushing" their anford Monday, Dayton Beach and came to see
expressed herself as well teeth. man a trip en occasion. which meant that ",.... Otis Hendrix her "laughen them and have dinner with them Mr and Mn. Art Holmes guests, and assisted Mickey and
pleased with the contributions.of Girls participating the outing In"old. barge will also dta- the drive la now underway Cooperation Althea and Grecla and son Also Mr. Hannah Glyti'Jnne were overnight guests of their his family In moving to Brook
local people to the current campalgn In contribution ton In law and daughter, E. J.and VWII the next day
mailing a
were Louauie Brown Jeanne appear from view one of inex 'orrest returned to their home and her daughter1 Adeline, of
Just concluded. The total Deasrn, Debbie Carter, Lt",la da>* as It lOG win be taken to to Mn. Gobler at your In Cocoa Saturday They had Silver fnrtnga, Md Mr*. Glyn' Bernice Jenkins, In Orlando Alice 8. r r I I., t.r\'ear.lI1d
collected here wa $103,H.Mn. Beach Laura Benli" KarvnMurphy. Mami. earliest pnaslble conveniencewill been here line Wednesday visitng Jones and her daughter' were UtuidayMn. daughter ef Mr and Mn. Car
Fettle laid "Please! thank Suzanne Dreggnr. Kim In getting the new barge here. be deeply appreciated.The ) her mother, Mr. Frank stopping over In New Smyrna Holmes wn In that city Panic hal her right loot la a
every one who helped Glenwoodto Brifla-itu name of Mn. Lawrence of again Wednesday U comp.nywilla east and I I. en crutch because
Giovanni pnda. Writer la with a pilot lohrharh.. Beach while making a tour"
make such a splendid showingfor Gaismaan Lit company Nicholson\ w t a Inadvertently I Mr. Pearl Crosby of De.and. < of two broken bone lit' the
Vlcld Miller and two shipmates .bad an We are glad to report that Florida and they ram to spend
tali worthy uu ". Maureen McGregor, Joy Morton, Interesting, although! tiring, five omitted from the list of Red I Haul Blower rame home Tues- the day at the Carter II""' .. foot at the result of a fall
There are'probably less than Shirley McGee Patty Brooke days and nights .trip' tip from Chose workers five. la our sews day from West Velusla Memorial Charles and Ruth went to St Coming from Tallahassee last Alice and her mother mad a'lilt
weekend to visit' Mr, and Mri to her dxtof !la Daytona
tag Komodo dragons, largest and Patricia Murphy who was Miami through the Inland water' of last week. Hospital where she had been a Petersburg Tuesday t* spend
Mr*. Laura Lucius sway elected several with their cousin, Mickey Watson and their baby Beach Monday
ef aH living lizards. a guest. way to Jacksonville, down the patient for five day while! days
St. John i Rivet Into' Lake treasurer of the County Council undergoing diagnostic treatment.Mn. Mr, and Mr. Joe Mullen

.Dexter.tad.so M in to dock.rgypreu nf Home Demonstration Club Mary White, of Pitts- Other of the winter resident
during the election of officers at burgh, Pa ha* been here this In the DeLeon Mobil Him Vote For and Elect
n* the meeting'of the Council held week visiting .her. con and I Park who have Ff'tU1lHlnrlil
In DeBary ,last Friday rther daughter, In law, George' and are Mr, and Mr*. William
COURTH.OUSERELOCATION members of the local Horn Emily While and their sons, Bprecker who are I II their borne
T Demonstration Club who attended J Keith and Mark. Mr*. Whit In WrenshaD. Minn and\ Mr, and
the meeting were Mrs. tame to Florida l" be present Mr, Nicholas Drisroll who left J. L. "Jim" Oxyner
Irving Ferry, Mr. Han J. tomorrow when her daughter, TdIY to return to their born
Harhart Mn. Lawrence Mac- Mill, Mary Locate White gradute In Staten Island N.Y

tout miy sad up la D Cary Mrs. Edward Dimodau.Mrs. tomorrow from Florida. I Happy Birthday Wishes this
l. p Tony Chellar. sad Mrs.lJ"Yd tat. L'ntvenlty I I. Tallahassee.She week go to Mr. Joe Buckle,
the LegWaturel.Mak ;r Durwtrd. plant to leave the first efhe tomorrow; to Janice Ramsay CommissionerDISTRICT
true you bay The IX't'IItJhnud t'Jf the week to return M Pittsburgh. Monday to Ktttl May Call "

a friend ihr byELECTING DeLeoa) Spring! Garden dub Mary Louise wtO CMDHU with Wednesday' to Faith IQreho/. 1
win meet at 10 t m. Monday! at !her studies at Florida Slate Thursday.

: + the home of Hit Lee Maxwell. ::: 'a In tht May Primary

Bambo CM grow at muck tt JJ years Le.*' Ii* rl**<*-
three feet a day. plM Jceltkil I tcew-... 1 I it ttrlctfy a bniseu
ib r I..utilt wren nt'Mtt wish ever
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2S years if tt'ioiaiilrttiTttittrltMt.

LEENICIIQLS. i ____ t, ;.; $ NORTONJOSEPHSON .

joI&e.II lI F& t-1 I pledge en beost II..

btr ri*. sad will spied ..'

Wend lied follow worker against rilocaiba.H M/ sobers 11'. .*M tbs
Mr : .. ; A* YOU ON90ATI MIL

*,U th*.ONLY Candida II 0LuL; $ r.f
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FOR REPRESENTATIVEWho 't'' "' 1 Small Claims> "recl.I..

: I "Dttignfr and Builder tit, '
ha* been right' 6n. ih*' I**u. from tht start Court"ludga ./ J. L *flm* Oayser' 1

'frr* yeas ag! Quality,Hornet" U V.ta... away

Lat no ODe tall you dlifortallyl) I I Vote POts.. 10..10..150 IUef'Nono. """ 1 M... N. Prtmlt. nets ;j

I 2109 Cast New York Art.Phca .' -I --.. M ..... Asa, L L .1W". Osyser I Cast vuuirtrsaaa.ai
{p,Meal AaVerrsMsMM t.U for If Keerfa R.(OM MM) "'._. c......er'.
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Wrestler Says Blindness I Christian Faith Work Insure Human Happiness

Denary I Tree.topic""A Man Shall be Like I ,


Mrs. Robert Knapp will be at
TOUT IJPTHT

Provides Clearer 'Vision'TULSA The First Baptist Church I of will the organ lead the and Eugene I'tterback I I By EARL L. DOUGLASS: |I feasted sumptuosly while poor everyday livei. We are to do We glory today te refer t le hint

V DeBary will hold worship service and the congregational senior choir as singIng it- Most of us spend a good por Lazarus lay suffering at his what we can to make It work inI j I ai The Carpenter of Naiaittb.

Stockwell at 11 a.m.will Sunday. Mrs."We Frank Hear sings "Jesus Saves." Mil. Eugene I. tlon of our working hours making I gate. But Jesus would have us the world. Then id that we need His work at an every-day sort of
play.
Utterback will I lead the Jun. a living. There is food to be I put work where It belongs, and for sustenance, contentment and Job undoubtedly had muck to do
Voice" for theorgan
Okla. lAP Blindness
) he Thy Rasley
car, sayS, "and I did forever by .
ta-choir be clothes
and M... Helen Stein bought, rent to paid, I effort and human ambition true achievement will be added with preparing Him te be the
The choir
on help >ou tee more 40 years. prelude. anthem wW be the to be purchased taxes to be Saviour of the world.
accompanist when
clearly.So Of his return to blindness, by Beulelgh will be "Were It slngi. "In the paid car payments and repairs where they belong, and none of unto us. I is
Temple. In that Work not i
wen mild everything U
us
Let life
these The
things are ever first get
You There? The Rev Hubert ,
says Ed (StranglesLewti! ) Lewis says, "This I Is, Just another Theron Dowdy is the superin church contributions recreation.In : first thing Is that we Join with our daily tasks do much to but it Is sufficient lmportanr
one of the world's greiteotwresi test to the Thomas will use for his sermon the old when I
illness tendent
prove the and days people
Richard
Allen Is the God in that gnat spiritual enterprise mould our moral character It that there Is no real growth in
) r,, who at 75 Is living In omnipotence of God. I'm going topic, "Never Alone The Sacrament organist for the Sunday school lived on the land and when their known the is always well to remember that faith and character until lit
as kingdom,
darkness for the second time in through a beautiful of the Lord's Supper will classes for adults lives were much more simplethas
experience. and children himself worker Join the workers of the
be observed. The postlude or the rule, ef God. We art te Jesul was i world
his life. organ which convene at 10 'm. ours today money was not of the fact and do our required duty.
The make that rule work .la our and he was proud
Lewla first lost his light more Lewis now spends an hour or by Perry will be "Fanfare. Tuesday the WSCS will meet ss necessary as It II right now.

than 40 years ago, when he was two each day studying scrip-! church business meeting will beheld with Mrs. Charles Craft at the Most people grew and made

," at the height of his wrestling turn and metaphysical writIngs Tuesday evening. new Craft home on Euclid Ave. what they ate and 11''''''. TodayIt

career. lie regained his sight' with his wife of 22 yeais. METHODISTThe The Junior choir piactlces at Is different We practically

.' but was returned to darkness He preaches a philosophy of DeBary Community Methodist 7:30: p.m.May produce nothing that we wear or ?\\AJest ?UouiAia Church JNCOnJ
\ Church will hold worship
about three years ago. love and kindliness. I, the Fellowship Class eat. All this must be bought

"In the past three years I Lewis says his religious conversion service at 11 a m. Sunday. Miss will serve pancakes" and sausage, Therefore, the Importance of
will "Aria -
have gained In spirit' Lewis began many years ago Barbara Bedlent play namnutgers and home m.d.clk tnnnevOUR
for the
"I have to realize In Cleveland and Fugue" by Willan 1 and pies ss well ss hot DAILY WORE V'NTH eAT
ajs. come when he encountered ''IU"' JEWISH CUNTS WtSTMINSTIS' U54l'USisaswVsaIAPC LOvIN-clat
a true sense of values through a ragged but cheerful organ prelude and "Scena" by and cold 'beverages, at the But how do we make data I. "'aSW V.rk Av.., t4 Hill St V.I.A.Us 711 MeetS' ".."k.... Lvi.audi. .
Gounod for the offertory organ church while the JSik Sttln, frtiUftt *. ... Pei.kM 1. ...M..4ry is, V. Mtkws, Mlniittrut .
this tribulation." newap perboy. "I had fame and solo. The choir anthem by F. WSCS holds a money? We try te find some ..",. ... r 4.y, S p... lilt W. Nw Yin AsS.As t e.. 4M, MtltlneATOastAY
rummage sale at the church. niche In the world which we fit akrl4
( |
Lewis attributes his earlier
fortune but I
was very despondent Marker will be, "Create In Me a Serving will be from 7 am. Into and there establish ChIN' S.UTMIIUNSSS "....111. Strrlc. l.ie .... W...111.. .:.. "JIll i
regaining of sight to God. laying and unhappy" he recalls. Clean Heart." with Incidental! we ourselves I. e...(yl..(iii. A>.. a".4y sck>rt I:II *." RtkbMk Beliol. J8:41 m.S '
doctors everywhere had laid The newsboy on the other hand throughout the day. and hire out. Maybe we ""v. .Mrtt I. ':.'._"*. *..*... >r7r Ut.U... T"... usi ..m.CHUe.CH I
alto solo by Mabel Green. The airFoil (;HtRCHThe sell foods, maybe we sell servIces 5.e*.r SVkML S SIM am. .cI.ANc PeolticeatAt.Hen.awssl
he would never see again aftera had little of the world's goods, ....,. csauecoe
Rev. Cecil N. Ogg has selected Rev. Paul Wrenn Jr. will sell Ideal. Wtrtkl. I II aai tl:Uaw. OF see
maybe we But ...i,o WMM, PsaSce .
.
bout with trachoma, an eye "but he had happiness. "Home lit S. a. Tr 4k ".ut.
for his subject
sermon
preach both the 11 and SIT (. 5e.twky
sell sell
and
am. we something, we nv. MdMlm
disease. And he still has hope That he led him to take "tlY ewumasa .e sea CuaduC ""' Wblti.pt.e5eeaa
says and Its Meaning. The organ m.Mtnait U ....
the 7:30 1".1
: T
p.m. sermon st BI.k.MemOl'laI must It the family II te eat and sea : isid0e.i W.r.\e. ; : .
he will see again. of himself and S.ivvaes.llatte ..nll.. Srtlc. 11 .
Inventory after postlude by Karg-Elert will be, tean. Neo, P..e. am.YvaauuIpUe
Baptist Church. For we are to maintain our self respect. Sjcnrlc*, 11411.nmitf
.
a. "It God was able to heal me a few stumbles led him to his 'Marche Triomphale". the morning service he will use C.aa.c Wepubsa" a.a.ot IS a as.is eaC .I:II Cciiet*.M.$ Mfkt.' ".., ':M .... Pra: ,.. ..Mtli a. rrto
once, lie can do it again" study of religion.Events. Sunday school classes for all as his topic. "For This Child I W4.M<*|'. ties': CALVARY .A4>fJtT CMURVHMO T.FB. rsldsxIuo: p ..

Lewis says, "so I'm absolutely ages meet at 1.30: am. Junior Prayed." His subject Unemployment le a national SUM ......,... Ass.
evening curse. We must-we can aad will ei'earnvp OA TIST CMUBSH Th. isis. Ltill A. CsIlua5, ALL IAIMTS tpsscscIssserus. :
confident. At times he adds 1 Set senior and Junior high MYFmeet I will be, "Christian Homes -find the solution to this N. .,. *54 .Ur*.um A.... I.. *... a..4ty Suites .. fit.fa. .
It seems he can see finger at 115: p.m. In the educational Threatened." pressing .l"'r ". >. JtkDMllSJIkl II Wnl( w.,*.. f Nir :::** 'Wtfklr
problem.The 1:1* Trainer sekal .1I .i. VI 1.54cc wc.:
movements and lights. wing Evening worship nor'. Louis Friedman will be t.:1,,. ,.i..( e .. T,4S Xviitif p.n Wnkl I:It *." 19 )Wt .. ....u...fS
Lewis now Is' a deeply rellClou I will be at 7:30.: Mr Ogg will use at the organ and will direct the Sunday school lesson for VT: .*liif Wrhl, t.St .. m. ........,. on' s III. lf4-! .*.k
man. For the past 20 for his sermon topic "Seeking. choir ss It sings, "I Would Be May I Is entitled "Christian ..***. KHUk, Wt., t:It .... ItrI'IM isa cast.. ....... >'lL niM COMMUNITY I

years, he has spoken frequently By ChurchThe Finding Fon.klnl.nd Losing" True," for lu morning special Principles In Earning: a Living." TStlSHTV-;;;.....'..TN. coast .It "" ".. ....,.T. Weiss r**r|,*S5..C div. Mi soup>rt.P.

to church and youth organizations. PRKSBYTERHN and "Just When I Need Him." The theme la contained ia the .,... t* w,........ *.#. assewaei: SfMU SVftet.ll:Ita

Blindness has cut his The) First PresbyterlsnChuich with Johnny Slxma sinilnj the memory selection "Whateveryour ..........,AW'id......1... |v.M.ekt.. ...5ee ....., lie 5ssoIe S. ,Lucia'Il Jo"a.-.. I LAKe ".L "' .,......,.,

travel but he still covers an senior confirmation classof of DeBary will hold worship solo part for the evening service. task work heartily at MSse, "' sootI re. 5:0: t.a..1 H. ..." 5e1te1' In .... T'. "... w..JI' ... clap" .....

are around Tulsa. Faith Lutheran Chinch will \ service at 10 a.m. Sunday Sunday school with t classes for serving the Lord sad not men" asses sod ,team.._"',". ,., .deiui WOa.Miy wklek ls'l1If't'tI.t! :(! SC*, Preashiat Snadp, Cs5.ol. *15*La.
t ,
Lewis tells a moving story of meet at I a m. tomorrow at the Frank Woodruff will play all ages meets t at I:41 a m. with I (Col. 1:23): ). Ul4v*.t .-'.*. W m.... T:K .... CkrlMl SLttm S 'M', IUf, .lit
Rt4lnf st W. LdIaas
regaining his sight. He was preparing church.On "Spring Son, by Mendelssohn Woodrow Hubbard as superintendent. The Insistence of this lesson Is ..... Mk47S I).... a LAKI MIMtftlAL...IAFTIIT
for the organ prelude and "AI.I"r.tto" that Christian principles mu.toprr.t. IT.Tlo-"i oAe'ta'rw. | ......M. Lk* .<. .
to go to Germany to tee Sunday, church school will "*,? Wnitrt .. "'Ia.
iii''.......* l..4 S.rln. a. .
by Beethoven for the Baptist Training Union with In our dally work else r4tn tntttf SMi* | .
a renowned eye specialist t. his be at 9:30: a m. Holy Communion toy. Juntas I. ",.t.... jf., Wowbip ItrrtM."lt.... *.l
last medical hope, he laid. He will be celebrated at both the organ offertory solo The choir Wilbur McKenzie leading, will they cannot be said in any satIsfactory I'sJu, 5.beat: |.41 m IIITnitlx: pa.

told a friend he had tried everything 1:15: and 10:45: am. worship anthem by Stalner will "be "I meet at 1:30: p.m. measure to work at w.s.Wsuase. Wwvsusp rat.e 1:11 I If'.1,4... I] ATIENDrnuOO ... 55pinsc .
Am and Omego The t alL We work the hours ;
and the Mend asked, services. Pastor Charles Jacobson Alpha Monday at p.m. the Brotherhood appointed Pv.n.1 'ws.i 55 '
"}lave you ever tried God?" will be assisted In distribution Rev. Augustus C Summers has I will meet at the church for for us In office store factory Praise Vanes. Wi4. t'll .... CONeisteATtSM4i Labs Mesas ..
selected for his sermon subject, a mereatlon program. or on the farm (until the going Paul Oraessr. PIstspWeeship
Th* friend told of his sue of the sacrament by Dr, CSANIcI.'e'' witesife! ...
11 .
"Pentacostal! Fewer", The organ Wednesday the Junior choir down of the sun), or la the house BAPTIST CMAeeLrit
cess IB shucking the habits ef John Benson at the 8.15 service
postlude by Arthur Foote win practice at I:30 p.m. Bible where we are often reminded"a Awe eeC e.v<. Be.. CASIAOA.ASHHITUALIST P555-c'
and
narcotics and alcohol through by Pastor Nore Gustafsonat
will be "Marche." atudy and will be woman's work is never DsvK Mslhwi, PiiUe CHURCH
the 10:45 service. Sermon prayer meeting ..4.. e'N5 tu .. .
n.Wnklr .
asked Lewis
and to : .
religion Kuni). .Ie. I'IS
*
*
done Ws writ ....,. pm.SilsIesary
held at 7.30: p.m. and the senior teach, or or '| a .. .
come back to him II the doctor topic for the day will be "Th.N.a1t'et choir will rehearse it 8:15: p.m. drive a truck or paint houses, or "''''ts5s. ""f.., (:ISW.rthlfl. a speakers
Emporia
could not help.. of God based on John Tin RA's will meet at the paint pictures or sing or act Ievsela5 ,It p .l*..wtf ..muiil''y ekunkUMti
At this Lewis he IS:23 30. < RTMkyttriM HuF.h USA
f
point says
BWMfCHLTlCH church at 2 p.m. Saturday.Glenwood or mow the grass and trim trees. 8um .. .. .
At 5:30 the HIIST' CMtltTIAN a**, .* 0 M*,*ffie
bad to be led around- In Ger : p.m., Junior Luther FAITH AND TRUT N. ...... tl Wl...mli. ... ninrrh ..,..., n ....
many the doctor "told me I League will meet at the church, Sunday morning worship services the *!.*. ......|.. M..,.. f.'M.. WWII. > rrl.. U .... I
would be able to tee and at (:30 p.m., the Senior at the Emporia Baptist Our Lord's eo.tJnuallJlli.lallce . never Church will be at Ua.m. with was that men put first things f> wk Wnk, tO I* a m. is
Luther will have lu C..UllleHe'.lav
again. League C15110e. testS .,ii.....I.. e.sue.eea' HALL .*
"I down I'll tell executive committee meeting.On the Rev. J. C. Purcell bringing At the Glenwood Community first. He told them aot to be anxious 1:11: ...HeVA..'. WITMCSSIIMi tilt u,.... I. Vrkl A**.
was you. the the rooming message. Church United Presbyterian about their lives, what thy O,;iifs W4M4tf, T t M. *, a Mrt a.1.s ...<,. A**. L. .. sum, fs,<.,
lewis" On the host trip Monday boy scouts ... .... .... ..
says. school will meet It 18a would est nor about their bodies u'" t t W4tklr Stg4f.S .y v"| a
hack to America, he .ay he will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday USA Sunday the Rev. Janus B. IT. tAVIASAt, ....,.ea."f; -case.. ,." *'lkf MMk Sl .4r.It Pt.a.i5sg Isalpy SaC WdS..
On Tuesday the Lutheran m. with school superintendent McGiffln pastor, will preach on what they would put on."The N. Clr* a? WiMtufln P.1.; ..... Tk **r>t{. litai*. .*,. at t *.m.HAN4JI .
stood one night at the rsll'nga.nd .. I. iekeel -. S.r>l7S4 y.ati..
Students Association will met Willis Cues for the opening the subject "An ImportantInstitution" lift, he declared. 1' Inc isee. f* tn l. / LswMH.
peered, down at the water I more than meat and the bo4Y Is S O., ".<<.' CITY .A'TISTn '
"'I really Intended to do ewy at 8.30: p.m.' for supper and devotional u. at the 11 i.m. servOIce "..i..,, ".r T st ..M.i runsy' esasavtimssss .>. oivie .*(*...*.. vm rCkrl4
discussion.On Mrs. Lain Bltckburn will M I more thai raiment. 21 not WOCCHI.., c 5 lw.'V. MisS aulivsrt .. arw p.SUBMIT .
wIth| myself," he islet, "niK a the pianist for both the morning Leon C. dliector anxious" said Jesul. And the ;' ...' :. Saud p:50: B C.Ccv .. MeaN AM, '**!.. Suslay .."... .u...
Wednesday the senior Stirkey of I:U a.. Chareli .. ... .
email voice reminded me" ef (he choir will meet at I .m. at the and evening worship cervical music will present the chancel Greek word here laced te txprtss &.'i:: *f '.*..., a-I a... It .... Wnhl 1' Sj,rviMl ,,<. ....111.(11"",.,1.m.I.Uw *.4 tIe a.
'end's' talk of' reHglor. church. p The Baptist Training' Union i I choir In the anthem "0 Mora this anxiety his the basic m.... Isiv r.......'.... "Ii: ,.."'",..$ f.... JsI0r' Web t.lltk MK-WMk ...me.:1'. : ,..
tewls, rent to the frlrnd indfifnrttier will 7 IN the church log of being tori to pieces. Whit KuetAritt.' 11,: ( ... M.mtit I f m. itmiw'jttif;?*r7. rtttejXty .
On Thursday; the juniorwirmation meet st p.m. Of Beauty" by Sibelius. FrT.r 11 |.p Inn Sun4,,, H.C.) ....." u DiLlON SPSINS. 1
they began prating with Jim Peterson la charge ef Mr, Stsrkey. In addition willing Jesus was saying is that seme Cwlrk>ry lines ,.*. MIITHO."T ewuisM5ev ,
< | class: will meet it W (.... .au |
w4r.
,...
"I began
) .
and reading scriptures the thinking how they are going to .. It. W. .1< ... Motlitsa" .
i p.m. at the church and at proceedings.The a solo "The Voice In TheWllderneua" .
.
1t\l"Cft$ 0" TM Nruspua 5Cay a 1 4s 5.- ,
to improve and within' a :
7:30: p.m.. there will be the evening service will meet ty Seorf.Mrs. people tear themselves to pieces I. ve.soe seep Ca'.IIe, CMUDCH OF CNHISTM. titnlif .:.. *. II tm.alBf f

year I could drive my own'Sharing9 Ascension Day Vespers Service.On st I end Mr. Purcell will present Robert Allen of DeLand i people tearthemselves to pieces ......U L.Tlrl\. rw'Miiiittef iul.var4: sad C. 5t.5iu I >* Wnhlitlt f..

Friday at 4 p.m., the the spirllusl m....'.. Is guest organist for today and make ends meet and get through W.""lii* ti i ..Jam. ..W."oo.*kar. 1*,.|Mlnlx.r4r a.ak.Uwalie DL*. S"rlm', Fir. ....1.! *
Set The Wednesday study and will their dally routine ef work. rr*.r. ll"lii f e ms Wrkl' II. CeiII A. Lil"4y. Fitter
advanced Confirmation class the play "Prelude" by Guilmont *
.... .i...., ...
SckMk
WIl'qhtp I w .tI..I ,tit a,..( SIMI4W.4k (I
W.riki. |
cub scouts and the Junior chair prayer meeting will be held it for the prelude; "Cltgli" by Transfered over Into the moral t *rl4, *...... '. ...m'*, 11 a a. *.4 f-41 ...
I will meet at the church. I ,.m. followed by the church Masstnet for the offertory; and realm these utterances of Jesus e I.ST MS-THOniST ,... pea. '!'ftl...,Itnrte VilM, w.etC f ...

As Subject business) meeting "PoatJu by Lsufer for the mean that we are not to be anxious 1. ,.' Wvrtf 5( Mnwv .Tnjw 4U t.4l pm.asssshv'Ttr

The congregstloa enjoyed a po.tJlldI.A about our dally living for ...*.,_*. .Susie--... i W.u WIMms a... IT.Ml FtTSKI W" Nw"$ Yrk UTI4't.l.ASS. ') ; BAFTIITCHUMCH '
Local Church fourth Saturday night ling at the we can be sure that God has so Wpwwe W nk' 11W Passer hattuit 4. M l ;'. .
Tht Rev. Alfred B. Vaught cordial Invitation It extended : : F**<.e M*". Mrvln O. ..._*>
f0elt flll, T I* lk.4a> SU4*.. ..... S sac II .
church last week. arranged matters that If wl 40 nn4tT >haL 1* **
pastor of Trinity Methodist te ill In this aad selghboringcemmuittica ...._..I... ..4 Sntr *..(. .... k.rouv.I Wgnhly. II *.m.KvOTlnc .
Church, will have as his sermon Will Observe May 4 at I pm., a deacons to attend tklsservice I the right thing, and always our p.cu,,, .... .. Wa<..u,.. la.*. Wvnlilm, r:I* ,...

topic at the Sunday morning meeting la scheduled to meet st \ and ill others .1 the diligent best. God will give us a cans, ...:;;;* .. .. sea CrafM.a...... t .. I BawHaf.I. *.*. I to I 1114-TMk .hI,*. Service t.IICSCNIXCN
the church. success that satisfying.. This .. ..
worship services, "The Blessing church. 1t al "! .
25th ] Sunday Is Emporia Visitation Bible School at 10 does not mesa that we shall undoubtedly Ms" ..ill..., ...iue pnat cn.aevu'rauae' CHUNCH LUTHIHAN
.t Shailng. Birthday convenes "*"'soC.. Sx-iMl. S 41 ..... CHUHCH or oaiAHvA. Flrn. rn. ,
Holy Communion will be observed Day at the Vulusll Nursing '.m. There are classes for all make a million dollars w.rrt.1., 11 p m. C. .,,"' ........ MiHlntettf Wlllltm A. .._... ,.. F.i<*r
Horn In Iletand.lkIcoii ages. Many had the adult class, or bave all the lovely P'.nsolta., '., Mnrt'* t US "t.BlkU K. Hlfk ...". "*. Cund., SrkML. 11:11: a ...
:
at the I:45 service and .
Calvary Baptist Church formerly clothes we want to wear or can au ...,.*" Ttmr.. T 5Sws.wel. m.im Warship S...Ic., .isle e W.s'ihlp S.r.lc.. I t...
Mr. Vaught will be assisted by Second which meets la the church Ck.r.* l....1, S H ....
Baptist Church, travel around the world at
Dr. Charles C. dlett, associate Springs sanctuary at the same hourtssplustioaal. supersonic ,. eaeyin, .'N'I CITY
MITHDBifTBvrl
and the Rev. A. R. will observe Its 33th: anniversarywith speed. It Just means that usa. N_" ..,... "... 4HIIIITIAL aaa", "I.NAIIV, .. MsS"sass. Psm.eP''la.
pastor special services. ort May life will have plan and Ntv. ?ias.as M "...1.! Pttttf
MuUlns. John mmcai or GOD The Board of Trustees, Oscar peace 1SS W. ApBiXrtKf CS, VIMv. puft) 5.h.ot I.s* ass.
Cornwell will
..
sing .
13 In the newly alr-condltloned purpose to It. The llllles do not "* StkMt 1 1 am.v.s. : JSte H H. SlMk, S>*: .. U.rlnc Wr.klv. II *....
.
"How Great Thou Art." Sunday services ar the De- Oeth. chalnnin. will meet In .. w mtil'.. ItFr w..vIp 5.rvtce 0 ate, .
auditorium.On Hall toll or spin or get agitated ever .nln. W r"Mp. T KII 5o.ls, e'nee.. ::' ; I
At the 11 service the Leon Springs Church of God of Fellowship Tuesday evening 5.aMa.ntvq D.'V..u"c..
am. Tmlntu t'.so. 11Prow
Saturday May 2. at 7:30 their growth, yet "Solomon In WssI.up, 11 ....
at 7.30: M tl dad.. T 41 Bly*. Orlvt-l Tktttr
choir will sing the anthem "How Prophecy will be Sunday school p.m. i. i m. avoasac Wsnktp 5.50Praiee
Beautiful Upon the Mountains," p.m., the of church will have an at 10 a.m. mornnlg worship st The annual May Breakfast Is all his of glory these.wss" not arrayed like aSseuse. ,,,.&, ':1' Lens W.I DunUn, MaustePV.Csara5a.ti.ss ariMIII
evening one
sinning featuring the
Richard Schuler and FIlmore Tonemasters Quartet of Tampa. lit and evening worship 7:30.: scheduled for 9.30 a.m. on FIRST ThINGS FIRST IAII"'I" MrMeP'Ct.MUTHOO'51' CMURCHS Fans BAPTIST- CMUMCHPISPSON U '.11 .... K>i( .r nil" *

Wall will sing "In Steadfast The Woman's Missionary WedntMlay. Men as well IIwornt' ..., ,*
The program also will Include Invited. We are spiritual beings. There fnt F.ot... Mlnlitt* Diin4y ""' .... ':11 a n.Wonhlp OHANOC CITY;
art Raservaitossshould
.
taitb I Stand" by Bach.: I congregational singing other Hand will meet Tuesday! evening.The i ls a kingdom above" all fsob 5.is.I. 5-40 a ... II .... .. At the 7.30: p.m. service In the Gleaners and Victory be made with Mrs. LeKovYoung. king wo.vl* eirrfrt, 11 In Tnlnlni ITiito, f'I* si.. WhMUr, *r
chapel), Mr. Mulllns will have ssMs I special muHlc, and a brief( Leader's Band will meet Thursday 7.1131T2 or l.t.-.. Lewis doms and this Is the kingdomor rweeu.l WMHI id V.. I.IS. .. Fa7.r M.4Un T M .m. W/U, I DIo".,**. Llkrcry. ::: City,
I devotional period. 734328. rule of God. It is an unseen WSCS. lit Tl...'. 1 1* p a.*tfy mareliit I WrklK I*
Wright An
sermon topic Meaningful evening. Interesting O. C. CONOBIOATIONALLANS au4ay Kvtnlkf arvlo Ca.
Memories," Dr. dlett will pre On Sunday, May 3. the Sunday MhTHODISTCHlBCII program on the story of hymns spiritual entity. We only have PLYMOUTH AveNue ".... tum, ... a.. .tt...... W4.>.*4ar S ..ItI. Strrte. I5S.SPNe .
: school at I:45 a m. will be Mr. and Mrs. Bob will and hymn singing' will follow the peace confidence, purpose aad CHRISTIAN' ewuseseWs'nlee 010,51,1 Wombls t1 am '
side.The followed at 11 am. by the Harvey real achievement in our lives ( at Th. Weeu'i's ClubW 11.11. CIu'1'1.... e/AneiN AVINUBCHUMCH
youth fellowships will give the altar flowers lor services breakfast. Mrs. A. J. Erlsmsn of MteklBift Ant TasSday OF CHAPs
meet at I p m. at the church. worship service after which a at the Methodist Church DeLand II the speaker and when we put first this kingdom JACK. FORD MlfilMieSUNOAV W.n'. .n..IILI' I ..... Ice Nrti SfHuf S.ot.s Ay*
; basket lunch will be served osthe and Its righteousness. .SCftVICtS nl' T..y M uM. N. Nutlwry. MIslstiPliii.
soloist.Plsal. .. ....
Sunday. 'VI eckwit, t S m.u Schnol. II:" .,
CommunionIs; i' church grounds. Tho e representing til Methodist are progitntng for the Jesus commended Industry.He .F..,ii>. W..."'*. is is 5 ... ) FULL esealL WSiC Weetels II:" a...
The afternoon service horn 2 assoela! Wevblp.' T t. t m.r use ei MiiiMt' 'sstuIi Wrsbip 55 p's.MICCak
to 4.30 will Men's dub ef DeLeoa Spilags Dsllyscstlen Bible school l to himself was a carpenter with ,._ VMttte. ws4. f.s* ... Tk. M... ... Li LtwrwiM, I : ., T.Ib'....
: p.m. include the at tin quarterly dinner and be held I 30-11 a m June t-If. calloused lIa..... He had no Die 5isda .d..1 Otto .
Planned | church history a sermon and business meeting of Methodist Adult and youth helpers are I for para.ltlor Dives who else aCetate MUfUM kTcnmt Wnktf. in ..*..*,. 1 MCOLON FBNTSCISTALHOLINBS .
singing .M N.rt. 0.4 Psyae Mas,5i fit s>". Tk Still eedoe'
The men of the DeLand District were B. M !(. Mt.. T* tk,S rl T NwesLIYAN tfvlll. Via.
Tonemasters Quartet will Cart ....J./.Io** ::: .:. Ktv. CusPs Okn, flaMe
Kenneth Jacksoa
The Sacrament ef Commualon provide music throughout the Dugan. Set "....1.t S rru., 11 .>_ MITHOOIITS2S ....4.T BekML t* *.>*.
and reception of members will and th. Rev. Robert deKalaads Orange City Subject "".'.. ".,.., SI* pm. I. Nw Vr Av*. russstteecn ..ntr. it a.a*.
day.All The meeting was held It the vfftl 1.. W.r.tll'-. f SS 5.. |on4.T dxxil. I 41MrrioM. Yteet Poopte. :
take place at the 10:30: a.m. service friends and former menu "toI.....* M" S rrt_ S ISm 5ste 1*:a a.... f:MW4. as,.., v0.ta. : .J.-; ,'ie
of the Westminster United hers of the church are especially First Methodist Church IA Or- FIRST snrTIST snrw *SMtu. 141 .... III........ 5.rwe. n..'. .tL.

Presbyterian Chuich on Sunday Invited to participate In all the mond Bescb. Sunday morning worship service By Minister

communion AD members are of Invited any Chrlstlin to shareIn : services pastor, has, the announced.Chiui'chi Rev. Leslie. Coldlng Lake IlcicuCONGREGATIONAL l will at be the at First U. with Baptist the Church Rev. Sunday morning worship at Tab eVecftry. aeMsM Mch ...., k tatsiierel B| Aese avtiaeti. tstaaiTsaatuitu. I I

David Solomon
the church's speakIng ea
traditional 'open'communion. I First Christian Church Disciples
The subject of the CHtTtm "Which Way Is t'p1" of Christ will be at 11 o'clock

pre.communion meditation by the SetsComniuiiioii "Tuin on The Lights." U the Sunday school will he. st I45I : with the pastor the Rev Bernard James F. Clardy The Conrad Company
the Rev J. Kranklln MiIlendry .m. with Charles Brewer,
pastor, sermon subject chosen by the
C. Mf his
< will be The I Rev, Paul H. superintendent III charge UINCT.
Foigetfulricnickers. arUM'for the .
: sermon topic "Ufe Compelling : '
Tralnlag Union Into til North BwsloTBrl .. 114-UU III W**, New York ro 'UfI'JI
will meet
11 '.m. service at the First Circumstances.! "

Organist for the service\ will Congregational Church of Lake church at 1:30: p.m. lie wul be assisted by Larry

be Mrs. Ruth Mcllendry soul Holy Communion Will be observed helen, United Church of Christ The evening service will be at Lemlnger who will sene as youth Currey The Florist Coston's Laundry & Dry Cleaning
In addition to at ) Mrs. 7:10: and Mr. Solomon has
congregational a m. at the First Harry Ifanscom will be leader tqivihe service. Mrs. I .
singing of communion h>'mim, Methodist Church and a nursery at the organ and will play for chosen for. his subject. ..Part..... James .Staler will sing, The ill CM: IB**** Phase 1U4UI IIU ...tII .lss'ld.a Aft. ..... 1M4a

then will be a duet by MimPrlscllla will be provided. her eolmi: "Prelude In K. FIat" ship With God" Ninety and Nine." -

Magalhaes and Mlsa A nursery will be provided Joe prelude; "Redevmlnx Glace" The Mayer aad'It netting A aursery tor pre-achool children .
Sally Mcilendry "Let Us Iii.esk the 11 a.m. worship service at offertory, and "Aaadantl Rellgto-' will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday will be available both for DeLand Paint & Glass I Deland Federal Savings & loan

Dread Together" Calhoun's sr.langement which the Rev. George W. Wise so." )pontlude. cad senior choir rehearsal. at this service and for the Sunday 1M ,,"a C *rfla ..%... 7J4UJ1V. 111 If' *rtfc FtorUA n..e 134-1231

of the spiritual.Grrelers man. pastor, will have as his Sunday school with ctavws: forchildren 1:90: school which begins at <:44 ......
for the service will be topic "Hew Sure of Jesus Are I and an adult Bible study The Junior choir ander the with classes for aO

)lr. and )Ira. Gilbert Ambioie. We?" based ta Luke 2:42.51.: I group meets at 10 a nv direction of Mrs. T C Moody The Chi Rho group ages.for Junior M. Fountain Co. Frierson's On The Boulevard

lad when will he Mkhatl Moikaad The chased| choir, under the At the fellowship mlf'tlnla" Sr. cad Miss Jay tXBartoto. wilt high, school youth will meet at
Thomas Lee. direction ef Dr. Paul Langton, I Sunday \ralng the ChristianYouth rehearse Saturday mormlng .lathe MUIIMNISIIPOGSUI WBTWCKWS UHlJMCaUS .
1:10:: p.m. ia the church base Ktrtk P..fcrr.r* .teee 144234 X... IW.lr,srl rtosw 1SUT11
The regular monthly meeting will sing the anthem. 0 Holy I Fellowship was in chargeof church at It. ment. The program will. consist

et the session of the church WIll Cheat late our Minds" by MeFarrea. I the program. Sharoa Hktns The SemI.Aa.Ila1111odatiolllI primarily of recreaaea directed .

be held Monday evening at the I church. The regular moathly The Secret Place," based ea for Your Faith" and her speech \ Friday at T:4S '_rn. The Chrurtlas Youth Fellowship ,

meeting of the Women's Association Psalm U. will be Mr. Wisemai's was so well accepted that she slat CONGKCOiTIO.XAL&mday for senior high school youth will II&T"1M U UJiaA$fJKTUl

will alto be held at the topic at the 7.30 p m. service. has been asked la come back morslBf worship service I meet at (JO p.m. In the rkurchporiur .iii 1.eisvard ..... 7341ffl Herts rtseMa' r*'- 44Uf

church at 1:30: pjn. Monday. AU The public Is Invited to all ; and give the speech she gave it the First Congregational I tor dtscwjoioB aid worship '

women interested In this fellow- services. for a Dnland civic aritnlzaUa. Church wIll be at 11 wills the ,

ship are Invited to visit Hoe- The Junior and senior MYT will This spreeS) has been recorded Raw Elmer L. Pan.... speaking Volusia Pharmacy H: Shapiro Corp.

teasel will be Mrs. Versos Atkins BMW at I p.nr. la the Congressional Record. ea the them*. HIM kUsuUngW r au Jltt1Ia UmOun rk... 1344353. woMfinAmiaSugar _

and Mrs. Albeit Lee. Mrs. Lee All commissions will meet at I The youac folks served refreshments the Aacewstoa." Holy: Corasnusuoa "' UstoaTorot WAIMOIUOKT MM STOW KktpnI AJrort ...... tu.r.et
will lead the devotional service I:45 p.m. Wednesday May .. following last Sunday's win be cetebratedl sunc nn .orrHela .

and the speaker will be Mrs. and the official board will meetat aerke.MLTIsDIcr. Miss Esther Cmenea. orgaatst Will 141 ittvtrt

... Y, Spare, president ef ibis 7-45: p.m. rit.cii awl rbolr director, wffl play.for Meafef at f ,... I Top Drive-In
Preebyterlal Women of the aorta All members are lugmt to At the Lake Helen Methodist I It the prehwte.MAa.
area. There will be special! mu- make special effort to attend t Church the Rev, Wesley\ r Flak.1! Revert and the offertory assesS Seeses..m isa,. A.s a. LaseSeeeoi Cas.i I ,Ore** BrM .*,. sari Hwtt lout Are.REL1GIOV .

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At 1i:1O: p m., MYF meets In The. Rev DeWItt Peacock. New Prime Minister I
!the educational room of the pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness

Chinch with Mrt. Cosmo Smith, Church, will conduct the | FREETOWN, Sierra Leone i iAPIAlbert I t4'A m,

City Cyrus H. Danltta escorting and Heavens Declar BU Glory" by Pierson (tounsflor The topic chonen! by Mr. Caster Sunday worship service at 11 ..m. ( ) Michael Mar d tt '

extending the han.lclatp.The Beethoven fen the evening service at Sunday school will meet at 10 the new prime minister. of Sierra r

(Ceatuuud from Put Twelve) Meridian dub, will meet Sunday school was meet at 7:30:: sa.' Weakest Moment' sin with dames for all age Leone, He succeed his f
May U at the homo of Mr. and ':30 a.m. The classes assemble EBE.NEZCB UTHKRtNP1ERSON : taken from Hebrew 12: 1517. Mrt Paul Buckles la the brother, Sir Milton Margai. who
win be "Andante" by Paridoa. Mrs. H. R. B. Jones in Orlando, in Fellowship Hall and then go -The Rev William AI T 30 p.m. Wednesday there school groups,superintendent I, died
The service win close with the at 100 Reppard Road. to their respective rooms. Eubankt pastor of the :Ebenezer will be an official board meeting.The Mis. Ann! Del Welch, pianist Tuesday night.
pottlude. "Marche The of the trustees Lutheran Church, hat selectedthe ,
Rellgleuse" meeting Women of the church are In general conference of the
will play for the service
by Merkel. of the church will be held in charge of a nursery la the topic "Amen Corner" taken Methodist Church opened April song Homecoming message at the
The choir will sing the anthem. the church parlors Monday at Parish House from John U:23-30 for hit Sunday 26 In the Sports Arena in Pittsbuish during the morning and evening morning worship service.
"The Lord's Prayer" by Ham- 7:30: p.m. The Methodist Youth Fellowship service at 11 a m. Pa, 'and will continuefor worship hour, All day activities are being
blcn. PILGRIM COMMtTTV will meet la the church at The organist and choir director 10 da>"s, At (30: pm. the Life Liners planned! with dinner on the : .,r
Mrt. Christian! H. Behnke will Sunday worship service at thePilgrim 1:30: p.m. it E. G. Weinman. "The Methodist will meet' at the church with i, church grounds.In .
Family" was
ting for her solo, "The Ninety Community Church will The Board of Education will Sunday school will be at 1.43: : the theme of the their president Chlqulta Slmms. the afternoon services! the>
lAd Nine" by Edward Campion. be at 10:30: a.m. with the Rev meet in the church Monday at ..m. with classes for all age by Mrs. Ralford program Hagstrom presented At 7:30 p.m. the Weekly Bible I I roll call will be made and the

Mr. and Mn. Elmer L. Patterson Wylie F. Steen using for the 7:SO p.m. groups. James McGlnnls la the at the meeting ol the Women's lass precedes the evening presentation of the church history
of the First CongregationalChurch sermon subject Canaanitet The Wesleyan Service Guild school superintendent In charge.At Smiety of Christian Service last service at S p.m. with Mr. I All former pastors ot the C.ISPKL MEETS SET -
were delegate to the Everywhere u will meet at the home of Mil 3:15: the Junior choir will Wednesday In the educationalroom Peacock bringing the spiritual church are expected ta be Maurice Jackson ot TltiMvUto
list annual meeting of the FlorIda :Mrs. Shirley Crowe organist Leslie Dyer Tuesday at T:30 p.m. meet for practice and at 7:30:: of the church. The devotion message, I present" for the event. There will will eondmt a series of ge pelnwetlnn
Conference United Church will play the prelude. "Roman The official board will meetIn p.m. adult choir practice. Both was taken from the scripture At 7:30: p.m., midweek prayer be group singing and other at the Church of
of Christ held recently at the March" by Wely and for the offertory the church Thursday at 7:30: groups are under the directionof Romans 10:815. Mrs. Eugene service will meet I special music wilt be piovtded Christ, an N. Boulevard. The
First Congregational Church and "Come Unto Me" by 1 1;;. G. Wessman. Cattier, pianist played for \\ednesday at 7:15 p.it.., there A warm welcome Is extendedto nievllnn wU be held May 4 II.
New College in Sarasota.At Lindsav. The service will close pmThe members of the Methodist Wednesday night the paitor't .the service.An will be choir practice under the one and all to come and enjoy ftervlrf" will be at 7:11: p.m.
the close of the Sunday with "March of the Friar" by Men't Cub attended a district class meets with members of the election of officers was held direction of choir director, W, J. this celebration and enjoy Monday through Saturday,

morning service Mr. Patterson Battmann. dinner meeting recently In the church. and those serving for the 190105 Ward. the Christian Fellowship with and es Sunday, at II a.m.
gave a brief report on the three The choir will sing "Bless the Methodist Church at Ormond The Junior Luther League will I term are Mrt B. C. Hartley, The Rev. Do>Wltt Peacock and old friends and '.M p.m. There will .* so
day conference, and what it Lord", taken from the 103rd Beach. Election of officer was meet Sunday at S p m. with their i president; Mrs Victor Johnson daughter Deanne Annie Joyce There will be a Mother's Day evening celections.1'he! publlaI

meant to be a member of a Psalm by Ippolitoff.Ivanoff. held.Dr. advisor Mis Jimmy Taylor, Vice president; UI... Oltn Brad Peacock and Mrs Elizabeth program practice at the thurc'lISunday I Invited to attend all thesorvlrm.
larger fellowship -through thedelegates. Choir rehearsal will be held Charles Irving, public relations The senior group will meet In dock secretary; Mn. Willie Turner Havret attended! a Ipl'lnl"outh at 2 p.m. .
Also how a small in the church Wednesday at 7.10:: for General Motors, was the Luther Loft with their advisors treasurer: Mit. Floyd Cail Rally! at Silver !Springs Saturday,
p.m. with John Cornwell, direc the guest speaker, with the subject Mr. and Mrs. tail Ziebarih -
church takes ti. place in the Isle ipcietary ol promotions, B\MI T CHURCH:
larger outreach of the Christian tor.The "Not Good, U Detached. Jr. Mis Marvin Hallman, secretaryof
Tie: First Baptist Church of
May 4, the Mary Circle of the
World Mission. monthly Fellowship supper I Twt'nty.lour members of the Lutheran Church Women will Missionary Education and BarbervUle will hold worship MAY IS
Received into membership was held recently with approximately Havermale Bible. Class of the Sel'\I'f' : Mrs. Ralford !!ag 50 in attendance meet' In the parsonage at 10 a m. a m.
during the morning service were Orange City Methodist Church wrelary of student woik: Mrs IATlO.ALSAFITY
the
Rev Thomas will
The Rev. May 5, the Esther Circle of Danny use
Wylie F. Steen .
gave and Mn. Hlckman of Dirk Hartley, secretary of youth
the Mr. and Mrs Elmer L. Patterson one guest hit "The
the LCW will meet at 7:30: as subject DifferenceBetween
the
supper blessing. The door Columbus. Ohio had their April p.m. work Mrs Coamo Smith secrelaiy -
by letter from the Wilder-
at the home of Mrs. James McGlnnls. the Sheep and the
mere Beach Congregational prize was won by Joseph meeting and social hour at the of children's work, Mrs .." I
Pearson home of Mr and Mrs Harold Martin Hallman secretary of MONTH
Church, Milford Conn. They
Following the business meet- Time will be a Mother's Day At 10 a.m., the Sunday school
Hock Tuesday evening ipliltual life; Mrs Rex Flutter,
received the right hand of fellowship
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coffee and from 35 will meet for devotional
Ing at which Carl Artier program opening
presided of Literature Mil,
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from James L. Donald Plans had been made (for secretary
a p.m. In the Parish Hall sponsored with David Cox school /
in the absence of Lloyd superintendent
I Cosmo Smith of Chris
IOn. church moderator In be- barbecue supper In the yard but by the Luther Leaguemembers secretary
Ltman there was singIng In the church auditorium
group tlan Social Relations and Secretary
half of the church membership. due to rain, the meal wit served An invitation Is
.x before \ to their
with Mrs. Shirley Crouse at going
of Supply work 1s Mis. Rat-
Others received Into membership indoors. Mrs Ruth Howard and
tended te all mothers of the classes
the organ and Mr. Steen playingthe respective I,
find Hagstrom.Mis
by letter were: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. V. Roscoe Chatter- Lutheran Church. I''
trumpet.DLLTtUlANCK. Hex Fisher served refreshments The music will be under tht i
Mrs John Braun and Joanna ton assisted the hosts
tylss, Mary Ann and Ann Marie Mo-
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Braun, from the First Mn. Stuart Leonard, president Under Robert Jones, Carol and at her home on Second direction of Howard Cox.
Sunday morning worship service AVP Pianist la Mrs, Barbara Cox
Presbyterian Church, DeLand; presided at the business David Wilson, Cheryl l Carlisle.
at the Deliverance Church cm'ROI or iOn who, will play for the 11 am.
Mr. and Mrs Frederick Brebner meeting and Richard MrCasktll and Jacqueline Peterson were
which meetf In the home of :Mr. At the Church of God firPt"phl'l' : and the 7.30: p.m. services.
from the First CongregationalChurch gave the devotions from Romln.U:28.36. among the Luther League members -
and Mrs. T, C. Dempsey 449 E. ', the Rev, Phillip The Bible hour will precedethe
Lake Helen; Mr. and : attending the Eastern District ) Ralph ,
Mrs S. A. Traugott from the Craves Ave. will be at 11. Sister H M. Hussey, chairman of the Luther League Assemblyat will deliver his Sunday message morning worship service and r hPRIPAU
Velma Dempsey will be In
First Presbyterian Church nominating committee presented the Faith Lutheran Church In at 11 a m. Jim Cox will have charge I
of the
charge
Englewood N.J.; Mrs. Violet S. school service a slate of new' officers DeLand held Friday night and Sunday school classes, for all At 7:30: p.m., Wednesday
Sunday will be at 10
Jacobs by affirmation of a m. and the evening service at for 196C 65 and these will be Saturday.The ages meets at 10 ..m. with player service will he a continuation I
faith and Mrl. :Marguerite A. 7:30. The voted on at the May meeting theme ol the assemblywas school supei'Intrndent Shliley1axeter of the study of the '
: midweek service will
Drake on profession of faith. be tt 7::30 pm. Wednesday They are: Mrs. Hock president; "Fellowship of the Concerned In charge of the opening book of Job, 181/ h chapter FOK CARI-IU MIY1HG A*
Mrs. Drake It a patient In the METHODISTThe Mrs Roy Schweitzer vice presl- ." dexotlonala The flowers for the church
dent; Mrs. Jacob Green secretary Mr. and Sirs, Earl Zlebarth Mil. Myrtle North will be the
West Volusia Memorial Hospital, Rev. E. B. McBroom will > sanctuary Sunday will I I I be
lad was accepted into membership speak on the subject "Maturing and Glenn Eggleston, treas Jr., Luther League advisors, Accompanied pianist for both the service.At morning. and furnished by Mi s. G. McMillan BILL HOLLER'S'VBiaMMMM.
evening worship
by consent of the church Christians" at the. Sunday urer. the group The oldest church In Volusia
wor It was reported that sunshine FIRST BAPTIST 7:30: p.m., the Bible dan I .' al' ael.Ot' tale' will a. Ie .a.I. e+. pdp Mop.tor. .
membership present and will ship service at the Methodist will meet In the rhurch auditorium County, the BaibervUI Baptist :t"11, hint, se it,: ttr: ,: atsreuea: Ou.alaa I M.Ial..ee.
receive the rlghthand of fellow. cards had been sent to Silas Sunday services at the Pint will celebrate Its With annl- ea.ITY an. M.II. M,1., We
Church at 11 a.m. followed by the night : :e'.t: : : "j. ItaI. :.- evarrlaie/:
Norman Glenn Eggleston and Sunday a.rMlal a.n.e O.ne7n.
snip wont her health permits Mrs. Victor Schaefer organist Baptist Church of Plerion will service at .. I \ersai-y the fourth Sunday In L.aaearl.M ."'.. ." OM tocsin' Anew.Mw.nry., ....UHte '
her t. attend a service. will play for the prelude, Aria Mrs Daisy Jackson.Mr. be held at 11 a m. with the R v. May and proudly announces It. and te.n111s, la :: act 1.1 .:t Oat C1.vrd.t .
At R the Wom harps
Tuesday .
p.m. u.iTV C/a/CM .1 till M.IIp M.t. .dM' sass
Deacons assisting in receiving "But the. Lord It Mindful" by and Mrt. Hock entertainedthe Alton Stephens delivering the en's Missionary Band will meet homecoming celebration. Ira lane all .It. ..._". Mir, war 'e art. ray
the sew members were William Mendelssohn The offertory will group with a story "How We morning message entitled "The the The Rev. B. C Collins, the
At 7:30: Saturday, .
p.m. MAY
Aral'
Kabort Get Here Meaning Orange Laws of the Kingdom asataeu uIOC
chairman presenting be "Kind Jesut" by Cade and Cleaners Band will meet at the oldest living former pastor of .
them with George Brook and City." Before Mr. Hock's retirement Sunday school at I 45 under OewHep .1tIIttM4.....
the
service will close with "The church with their leader Mrs. the church! who war pastor ,In //E1 ae.a.eeo W
he with the supervision ot Delmar Harper
was employed the Valerie Cline the early '201. will deliver the "s"e"e
Federal Bureau of Mlnet and has classes for all la... FREE
At R Saturday, the Victory
lived In Mt. W. Va. The Pianist It Mil Ken James p.m
Hope,
Leaders Band for day night whets he U the District\ SAFETY CHECK
age groups VEHICLE
Hocks travelled through many who will play for the 11 a.m. andS .
WALTER NORDMANN 1133 will meet with their leader Overseer" and will have charge
states where Mr. Hock was p.m. services The song lead Mint Shirley Lander, ot the District Fellowship mootIng .
securing Information for a report er U Bobby Roberts I The Rev. Ralph Phillips will at 7.4.1: May 41n the Church'
on all types of mining including Baptist Training Union meets I Bliiin7iJ';;
FOR 7 be host to the northwest Voliula Ol God there ;;
safety and ways to improve conditions at pm. with Willie Ashorsnleading
County Ministers Aaioriatloa Mn. PhUJlpa left Sunday "" ; !
the la the of
the mines study
Commissioner la During group $
i County their travels they stopped in "The Baptist Heritage" May 4 at H a m. In the Churchof CaliieivlUe to be with hr .
God ef I old
prophecy.The year grandson PpllUp/ rents 'I
o era DISTRICT ONIA Orange Qty and decided to Sunday evening service will be Rev. and M.... Phillips I Mr and Mn. M. C Smith, ) : 550 South Boulevard Phout. 7342661I
at I with Mr Stephens
make this their borne. Pictureswere p.m.
hvilntiimeii mi citrus |itwtr. A will be in Ormond Beach MOB- underwent surgery Monday ,
also shown of the trip. using as hit subject "Baptistsand .
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Others present were Miss the Bible,
w t. 40 ,..,. ef a... A y......... Cll|* Naomi Taylor C. Thompson: Wednesday it 7:30 p.m.. the

i, 1 + training tailattrlag" end matheMalic Mrs Silas Norman, )Ir. and midweek prayer service will be

t. Mrs. Jacob Green Mr. and Mil followed by a church business I BUY! SELL! TRADE!
A citlztH when slntirhy sad! 1111... Richard McCaskill. Steward meeting at S p.m. There will be

pity have sets htM dse lid, A area Leonard. Mrt. H. M. Hussey, a report at this time from the

withal sly political. Hit ., ekllja* the.Rev. Mr. and Mr. Charles building committee.At .
run thus and aevtttJ ear/" .. ttrvlaf elL l Peterson, Mr. and Mrt. W, E. I:JO p.m., the choir will
UVIl 6-A He people el V.I... Cevaaty.l. Standing. Mrt. Marian Thomp1ton meet for their practice: with WITH
Mn.. Victor Schaefer and song director Bobby Roberts.

(l'eUtIG&l Ml rw ]*r WlllUn C. )(..... Jr.) the Rev. Mr. and Mrs C. B. Monday at 1.15: the Girls
McBroom. Auxiliary and the Sunbeams will

'"" meet at the church with their

counselor Thursday at T.30: It church

visitation members.day at the homes ol the ilcltn t utt C\tt5


The Semi.Annual Baptist As.
aociadonal meeting will be held

\ May 8 at 7.45 p.m. In the Orange .

., Qty Baptist Church.
Mrs. Cycle Adair presentedthe

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Program on the tople of "Jews, .
How To Win Them to Christian M, r
ltyn when the group met Tuesday I l
night at the home el )Mrs. 'II
Tom Jones oa Myrtle Ave.
Others participating In the

program were Mrt. Dean Catch,
Mn. Wallace Flowers Mrs. Joe
Bennett Jr., Mn FAne Braddock
and Mrt. Vernoa Griffin. You Can Order A .

The devettoa Will also given
by Mrt. Adair lad tt concerned
a Jewish Doctor and hit conversion SINGLE I INSERTION

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plant were made for the placeof
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It the meetings to be held la the FOR ANY ONE DAY

Bear future.
The next WMU meeting will beheld C
CIHPUTENEW-FII-1IM at the Pastorlum with. Mrs, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

t-I; Alton Stephens aad a..lltlnIftI.!
test will be Mrt. Versos GrUfln
: During the social hour Mrs.Jteet For Only . . . .
and Mrt. Adair aerved a
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salad court wtth toffee and 112 Vase I Await Weeds Te A lies Itch AttWeeel. UM Iltl (pesdeyOely,4U0). ) '"

eoket to the above mentioned tad
12-FIECEKIHE HAIKU
Mn. Cart aifton. Mn. Glee

Gay Mrs.aiftoa.PKIMITTVC Carrie. Glee tad Mrs.OUa Or You Can Take Advantage Of A Multiple Insertion

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The Sunday morning ,..
WITH A HEAVY STEEL POLE 5-INCH EAGLE services: at the Primitive' Rate That Decreases According To The Number Of
Church will b. heW at 10:30.un'.1
May 17 with the Rider

All' .h .. eraTeerr Kef"" tat Tha fU. | .b IK liS-fetf h tht with Lightly bringing the I

tthlt-itiUhtt' lfr.et*. ......tic teases .*.... eel Wets ......... ,3 "'"II'.. Days Your Advertisement Is Published
This will be followed by a .
tot i
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tetttt wft th meows, ....| fwd.. ...,.,.. ..MtI.( ....,. church conference and a basketdiesel' 1 t

Mill tea tbrttrj ..! etlatttla ftltV al .la a stiff terete kit. will be served at anna I
/Ilw. torl Visitors are welcome to at 3 Lines 2 $1.56 (Each Line 26c)
read.FIRST MtnooMT I. Days . . a . e .

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AVAILABLE AT ._ Rev.Geae Carter hat cbooeatat '
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the tftrartloo tf SnpertaieedeatFloyd .

Carltele will enareM at 3 Lines 7 $3.57 (Each Lira 17c)
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with .r"n of U' mil riper : .LPPLI CO. 20 luHdlnj Cistrscten
a roadway Width .f '...nt.al. r..,. Msjoilnt Subscriptions
t r r M. The ,....""""..n ot .n" walla and GENERAL CONTRACTOR'
rip ran' wlnr walls nprokrh .1.".. AnnouncementsUit FREE!: ESTIMATES: :
I drWlnc'of a t.rt lute. and all, I.. Kits MA1AT1NB AGENCY COLON: GEORGE PH. t>4.I4IS
eld.ntaltome I lhtr.lTh ... 1.-1 N Oarfl.ld 714-4"1
liwitlnn of lh. hrMi' In on GIVE M...'''.. for M"th.r-. Day
H.rhort "tr..t at th. P.*._t Water I ..< f.... Call u. for Spell eff r.. Building Contractor

I dI renal, r......".. .""....I".ly ..".
w and then ri (1'.l Milesnnthweet LOITi Pair ef m..,'. (,....* 'In b TmsUTrtmBsrHttsB FREE ESTIMATES
/ of Port n,....*. black hams. Dr. Landall. nam
All work t. >>. 4..n. 'In sensed on ,.an*. If found tonics t Douilaa Mal B. Le Thai Ten TUak
I I with plane, anil ".r.l'lci'lon nrMril .. Bull.r Boa 114 Ctuum U NEED A TrATV
I M Me of ToiinfTr LT8TER TRAVEL SERVICE .
J. E. BURKE
f ettnmtasion.ra' of'V'I" t. OnnniT i.rylnr D Land, "I"'. 148
\ IT MUST WAVW BEEN-.BUT rJU$TW MMe,rMflUkP ) MAYWT JUST P0N7 HAVE end >t lh. location d.nl'.n.ud In I '' f.nMiiLI8 114 N. BLVD PHONE 714-tlSI lit S. Montgomery Ph TJ4-4ia

i PRETTY \ THAT CRII'TPR'LL NOT wTEtWIFYIKia TO BB UP OUT OF THAI /A fiUFHCIENT AfTREClATION Pt.frtcl S.
I CAUSIMS TROUBLE eWASTLY MOL* r fCH THC CIA4KK3..BUT 111.T PMnifestlnns. filial'. ..'and a nm.o FtftfttLL. JEWELERS.: 111 SI. hid I Cstktolli COLA HOMES
form b .
.1 l
"" nn" rnr Ai N. BLVD GOOD PLACE
iXTEWENCH ANYMORE- rt.LAD,3OEr41&mOIJr th.. offtr of th. Tolu' .la rnnntvrnitlmln l' A Til Orael CX n>on* flt-OM
; -V of 1H' WHOl ERA! .IIHV. riitrlr-t 1. nirtinaH TO TRACK.MAVl .

..<-h. rinrliln. iw from th.. office 1 YOur trued our diltclou pin LOG CABIN 20 A. Mattiry Citnct
a f the roimty Pnvlnxp AnlimiaCminty end fresh hont mad "r*.dTnrtd .,.hral. your .nl..p.ary
n. :N. Florid" ATnu, D.. '. tine. Detlcauas.n. <10 t'Oi.hnte jour hirthdi
E Lend. P'letrlde. E. nhlo. open lam. to I 30 11 m Opn I ..m. to II ml4nl.ht J D PRICE!] ROXIMASONRT '
n All hide, moot !>. iHhmllt nnT 13IN. Boul.v.rd' Phone 714-/WTWhsrs CONTRACTORiT14
I ... >mnflf.1 l f.."" .. ..."nll." h.. V.. TAMPA. THISUNI wnkdava .". .11H I:. NEW HAMPSHIRE
li .!. rnnnir The Voluili" County t d.,. l'.r. Feint e.rvlc. la low..

z Ci.tn!''l"iil''n>rii ,...r*. the rlrhtto Call 794-3M. b t* Dint 201 Air e.I"
Hlltll
rot.l |
anent or rt any or ill bids. PONCE! DELEON 8PFINQ
PUrthCPIflfotc.tien, "'.. h. ...h.taln. BRING TOUR GIJEIiT.ADUI.T' GRILLED, CHEESE, "...
." .he ..111". .. .
.t the 'fl. ofOh. ONLY ill
chase.File
GRILLED HAM 4V. with CALL
.' (',.,k.'o, Oh. Retard elf CmtnOv p "
.
.oft | ,m tn.II.
AIM core.
Commlmlontri' of Xoluila' County. .DRAFEI-. I Custom Midt All werlillnlihid .
.. Corns
/. C Drirs-In. N
at r.Tjn. rioHil by handROI.GER'S ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING
A",.11. pod M Phon. T 4.733. .
Dotal: April JO 1"C. ,
H M. I f! ,X1V. tit E Church Phon 714 2011 BEST BITROFR IV TOWN. FOR

I nt r""n'. (""", ,,(,,heirtoePettd ..I..n.... RELAX KOFFEE KUP
SI
.rap w 4fai Vied"'at. County riorlil
A-J4.M-l Don! b* *nnov.d by unpaid WHEN: BETTER: rOOD 18 AIR CONDITIONINGSHEET
.LEAPED At R.uon.kl WierDOM1JCE
III NOTICE OF INTINTION TO BILLS $ Will I.?,. IV. METAL WORK

NOriTENWNAT Riai. $TIR ,rtCTITlOU NAME YOU t nod mdlt mak. """, WIn, tot N. Boultrard tit" S. Florida Phon* TI4-CMI

i 0 NAVINIOOT NOTICE IS HERBPT! GIVEN h.re a ,pInters.I '!: TOt'R [ SUNDAES Anna' Splits only WS HAVE en* uxd Phllco Alp
.
NERlt'r 1w CHAuFcER that the ,,"".,.'.n.". nureuseP to CBUY SIMMER (CLOTHI and !*. onioy thl. tenet >t th* .RIO! conditioner' brat pump fl"0 BTU
+ r AND MAID BRoueHT "P.ntlon, .1000. FinrMs Ctetut.e. TAKE: A VACATION Run.r (IT S. Plvd Ph 7>4 !"".. S year. old. : only 180, and ...y.rtluwd 1

HER N.R5EENfi.. l 1'41. will r>.,lit>r with tn_ Inch, Loam up to JOIN. HAMBIBOER. all the w.y air eondltlon.r S*. Fred
of th. Circuit Court In and for Inc. 110. Lowm.n or Rill Don>on, BRAN.
t i NSANICANTSHI \ohii, County Floridi. upon ror Florida Loan Co. A *. M Knot B..r .t.l B Bird' 0551ELECTRIC:: CO 4.S N.
I .lpt of proof of hllritlnn. of title 111 E. Indians. Phone 714:14(1 ROLNDART AYE. OPEN UNTIL
notp. | .. the .following Rctittoucnum. FOR A DELICIOUS MEAL try nor' S p.m en Pnd.ys,
= .: LEGAL NOTICE Shrimp In the Baik.t onlv. n'5.
TOWNS .rrtr-STKT BEAUTY .A W Root Poor. |00 8. Blvdlissty AIR CONDITTONTN01FREE :
FBTIMATET

4ai'r' 1'1 .r whlrh ..MLOVnno ..... they win h. .n.only NOTICE TO DEPEND Purists PEE T'S
L2'1T ret.4 In ..".In... ,It D.Itoas Pleas IN THE: CIRCUIT roiRT or I I ALL TTPFHEXPLRT -
/ MHE "h..I" r...,., Mltsnnr Florida, THE SEVENTH JUT>ICIAL CTR. SERVICE
S BEEN Mt7RICKEN end that the """...I.n." are the (,1'1'1' et F FLORIDA. IV AND BIAUTV BAZAAR Monday: GREEN'S FUEL
corpora tnt<,*. ." 'In 114 FOR VOLU8IA COUNTY fLOA.ORAHCNT thronh Friday vlglita. ..Phon I
4K N0. "".1.._... IDA. 134.0 iS er 14-1131 m N. PLVTO PRONE tC441
VY DOCTOR! Dit.il .1 'Tl.fAnd. Tlnriila, this IX CHANCERY NO. 10104 rlfv. D I SATE IhIONET BUT WHERE
i Tot depot Anrll' ".< VICTOR JWEPkJC: Plal"wt I THE
BLTLPERS
g Pails, BUT.I .
*' rwmrtTHT, T. FrricJOIFPH .... Swimming I
.' 8. PECK and PATTIB MUST
swtr .A 4.fyl' rtTFV' TT" MARTfVAttorn hl. wlfii PAT HUNT a smile WATCH FOR "tlfnl".t iwlmmli.* YORK
.. for Applicant, mm: F J ZARTMAN and "f'''D.' Market 1)0 W. Dernford. .
nips W yaw. Torlt AvcnuaPtLinil MARION ZARTMAN, till wife. Wallop Cuitom Pool. Pk HEATING and
Florida) TI..n"...'.. 114..Z". AIR.CONDITIONLNO EQPt'
i. A.!4-M-1.1-11 IN THE VAMB OP THE: STATE
nF Fv>mT'A AUTHORIZED DEALER
01AN 4ENALLTnoL YAeN.J TOt F. J ZARTMAV end MARION IA 611 A AccMuris

ZARTMAN the wlf. Win. A. Mullen
TINOw! BAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS :". 8t. Law roper. It...tp.
RE7ADh.6ETL.PULLU .loll. M'laronilnand New DeLuxe SeatgardsLttiurloua PLUMRTNG HEATING
IN J. .. A.sy ill ether partita clilmlnf tiT. All Aut A'D AIR CONOITIN'PHONE
yloa '
D them 211.2102AFCO
throiirh undir or atalnit
oII r.pctlTlyTOU Seat Covers

i i'1.- .....11" notified that AL ADAMS SHELL STATION
BE.W'm GLAD. ar
= a Bill of Complaint' to foneloi a 101 I. BLVD. Phons 13C.U. JACOB SKEET METAL WORKS
GII I morlM In the nllow1n dwrilwd tit N. Am.lla Phon 714-0101
DSwl5wa4tMI I (WARDtM" SASS bested la Voluiia County American furnac Co
,
1 nroptrty Florida.: to-wltl Business Services 4utb"....... rx. .,

= I tit To. PUTTIK' au"ou'I'

II The. Easterly Hft On. ..n4"no 22A n..r C..trbn" C nmlc Tl<

t &"HIAH, .o's l't XV itrly half Ninety(MH" ) Its font and of on the* 10 SpseM' Ssrvlcw

I\\ half ("V4. > fit i>f lamp Four. FLOOR SHOW
1(151 t I STARS" rSRA, inn (14)) and FlftMn (11)
N Block 4. 8h.ldon. 'a N.w Smvrra SAW FILING DAILY 1
ai iho..n by map or plitth
( .r.of In the offlr. of the D&L CO. AUJJSTKOVO KEVTTLB _
I .c s., Clerk of the Circuit Court V.. 14.T E. Maw Jerk AT*. TI4.1411 AMERICAN: OLEAN.
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.. .- .. -r ..P1Na \ luila County: Florida. PAINTING OtTSIPP OR IN.SIDF BOHREN TILE CO.

hai bun filed nalnit TOII \In the TOP QtALITT 'ViORK.MANSMIP 11 B. Rich AT*.. Phon* TI4-1201
.M... styled r.ui.. and you .,* PHONE: 77 .Mil. ""
r.qulr.d to **ry* a coon ef your
REPAIRS 22
PAINTING. ROOFING .
W4AT tine Rill l of ph.l.t.III-II.flllldllll,
to
WNATVERS EASIEST IS aniwrr or pindlnE Carpentry Call N. H.t. U4.1nl
WOULD'U EASI i; Lomplalnt h.riln on Plaintiff *t- .
.lIor Ii w..kday.
LIKE FOR DHJ> EATINIGU'I' ,, ; torn.v Lloyd A. Smith,. .Ut Cinal8tr ALL FINDS OF CPHOUTBRT:
*.U Nw Cmyrna Reach. HorMa Mc SUPPER? and file your orlUn! iniw r VUItPHT PAINT DEALER 1MI B. Kw fork AT*. TM-ITOt
or pl.idlnta, in the attire of th* lt W Owrala, Phon 714.1111
.. l'l.rk o(' the Orci It Court. VolumaCounty .
D.Land. Florlila on or b.- Custom Tractor Mowing M Jib PrtattofPrinting
'LJ1. f.II f. for Mar :oh. "... If you fill to I
dn M judgment" by d.f.ult will b. LOTS and ACREAGE
.ntr.d aiilniit you for the rllf Photo 114.4311
demanded In the laid Bill ef C......
.. Exp.rt Dr.. m.kln' Alt.radon
hOUR It PPONB AND ORDERED at PoLind 14"1 II:. Now York
P 0't f Florida, Uili (th d.y ef April. Phon 714-I St ,

.
A.D., 1/1L
3 U"II: MATRARClock DeLand Woodworking Co.

of thi circuit Court 140 N. BOUNDART. PK. 714.I14T ONE of keel qulpp.d prlntlnf
0 Veluila County, Florida pints In eentral Florida w.lom -

T I-I9 1rR 4 (SEAL Byl i/RACHFT ANDREW. 13 Drlis-Ca..na .. your printing erd.r-from
busman and po r>r>nal. card t*
Dspur? Clerk mulU.theu.and tull.....* elmi.lar. .
A-1141.24-M-1 "S'.1.... TourMOTHER'S .. For *>tlmt.. call collect
W t DAY Now Smyrna Bank Newet
L.O"'L ADVERTISEMENT OA I.1441.. Prompt ..,.".... Setle.
01'T NOW whll our stock la faction OuarantM
NOTICE O* INTENTION TO ADOPT SUDatT plentiful F,.. lift Gripping
.111>. HM.1N0 tal: ..rak Hole T>ry... 24 f FraHi nt J.kst
WHOM I" MAY co\rF'nNAA"Nn TO ALL 0sr.l'tll.' PERSONA; OR
ERNIE TO UP
wH.DO .u.GO oar wnM ATTHE ENTITIES III WIFtT: TO CrNTTlAI AND SOUTHERN; FLORIDA .$11.88
SIDE DOOR.AND HANDLE KLOOf ('ONTRL PIBTRH! TAXrilXOTICF Electric! "Sllolni' knlf INDIAN RIVER FRUIT
VAURierxx? AND AL 'M : IS RRRRRr GIVEN, In cnmpH.nr.; with end b. iiithorlly: of Botanical Groves Hwy It ...
BOTH THINK THE/ HAVE ADCTE Ah1DHaw. Y poposE TAE OTHERTWO-OW, POPSY? ;+ Chapt.r I*' Florid. host,t.s .: ..: end Chapter: : tTn LIWI of $19.88 Phen 7J4.2'4t _
/ I".I. ;
/ Florldi, 10411!. shot lh* flov. Board t.ntr.l and Southern Florid .t.... and Pry Irene
WITH (t' .
1OU TONI" IoIIERrsOURMONr1,14i Flood lontrol Dinrlri. a puhllo rorpoiatlon .tlitlng and prailn und.r
of tlorlda nt.noii ,.. adopt' the -$8.93DELAND .
end hy virtue of th. l litre of th* Cut *
4e a t.ntitlt hudcetera. lh. urn may :* imno.d. for aid' SUNDRIES EmploymentHS
:
N pitrtit: for the final year b. lnnln, Jilt, I. 1)02 *n ending Jun. 10 1002.
r.tlm.t.d amount to its ralud hy l>l.trlct' she I }.??J2J2J :o. N Bt.VD. Phono 7J4.J71I
tal! ; IIfJ ; ; t n.n.ral R.nnuo Fund-/1515.1 Florida Lthose| JJ U | WEtld-Fa1Pli.
or"" Account To Every PrescriptionWE
.Spoil! ,... 1*,000.0*
r ., E.tlmatnd amount tn h. r...1.." from other ..u
4f.1 ljitlmt .inohllfi.d or n.t b.lnr. which will b* ..n WOMAN for 100ns.work. Sloe t. orwO
Ji4..S mII hand at Ihi b." nnlni ef the ShOes frrd to Meal = 004 ADD SERVICEOUR .Garft0td.APPLICATIONS t..o..tall.. UIT North

Kitlmatfd tetal 'funde avallabl JI.e..IIfIU8 Pmrmaelita tak ear. ef pew
\ 1 prewrlptlea: a.*d a.a ulekly *apo .. NOW boldf tab .
f onitrurtlonPmon.l :
For fi.rycinntrartial | <. JS.000 .It *>+bl* .111.51 eaerufleliequality for .."re_.. Good wai.a. "....
I If0 *.rokn' ra Apply In p.r..on enly Uarna
Cnmmodltt.* a. I 1.000 IN our .u........ d.,..rtIn..., aa K.taura t, 8H N. BirdWAITBtlt .
'.IU..fIt w.I *. at ear Pharmacy, eo..tr
/ : C.plt.k Outlay ye .**..... the (aitaet Part tlm or full tlm*.
w/br .. MTAK1 Totil S 1.110,071.00 frl.ndli aI mile*. will train If ncrtnary. only f.p.rtan. *
itLET'ti tail I 013.4:41 for .
anoolnt.M.nt.
For Arquliitlon I I of and Other Purpnscl VOLUSIA PHARMACY .
I .t.aIl..a 1 n.o"tr.'u.1 .- Rymil Rritaur.nl l<4mil.
pinon.l 00 I.* N. ii r Und Hwy IT
Serrlra 1".1\ Tour '......' Antrv on
1.';..1. !34.3551
Cnmmodltl.iCurr U1 N. Ana then. IMMEDIATE oponlnt for a Maters.
.nt ('h." ., 117700.7700.00. woman to .tr. ,. .. .II.n' territory .
V Ctpltil 1'11.) Tt!,ht. of "arCivll.l L CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL In 10.1.1,4. ",.,. ...rnlnp _
1WSLOCKTNEN Oft
ABOUND 1.-
s; TNIs DANCE ONCE Outlay > Equipment; :..-. pats In"".".. Pahl ....... ;-0 m.
IUT WOW CAN MM AFFORD P0TASLERA010 .START/,/ Ce!,tlnt, .ncl.* CHAIRS :rl.nr. '.., .d w* tram vu

GOOD IDEA, TO SIVt LESSONS SO AN'FO LESSON OM! Total S 1,010,7000Mr FOR RENT OR SALE shop Intoryliw Anne Cnm.tlra.Writ Odes.orporional
17/.10000
R R.s.np F nnrea H Stinw PO Rot 4UI,
oG1UNIA'I CNfAP.EWI'LL f Pie spa A.aenon Pits 142,100.01 .... [r.rton. I in
For fI1toroll. and Meinteaencl ef t4DIatelet'1 Work.P..n.1 Bearden's Drug Shop
TN5ft4 ti140VY.vu j "' ....k.* 1 tllSaasMCnntnctud REGISTERED NURSE. Tar shift
OKAY) 1 i ....t..* 3 4,510100 e.or. M. Mw Tent *nd Al.kama A** n.ll ......t." Nnrdn Hem Te
t.t 1 110 at PIton. 1342011Is *.
.
Ommndltx_ .. 14 Monthly for Nun .bl* te
Ann 00
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1 (barg.4 ".U"' r..non IMHtT. Writ. Sea
r Cn ulTu.t: ; Outlay 100.1400:Ii.:_ fWI AatlrSStS tt,SlrlB| 14. DtLaid Sun .N......
g

/ YM Co.U".nel'a Total S loan.',.... LILLJES: APPUAVCB SERVICE u--ii;, Wl.t.d-Msl4).

For Conduct of the Attain of the District G.n.rallyp.r .aolt w. fr..re Ran...
>onl' P.1"1...aContractual I IgNw 00 CALL "BIO JOHN II4.tU
Sr,las "01001n SALESMAN WANTED

a 41 ('..", ,,,..,Itt.* 11.100.00... .
1tr. rurr.nt ('liar(.. !0 0.410. .a U fS itBrt-/SSwf H.".| J.C. PENNEY CO.

Coital OutlayCeptlnf.ielM : 51AN MUST Bf High School. arailuat*.
; PRECISION .PAINTS AND YARNIHM r. .... portion Pr.f.nhly'
114,14110 ALL COLORS MIXED IX l iwa.nh.: >i. of M ..it li.rhandl .
FIa ,, 411 i + ..II..a't total Mp.ndltur.. S I4.a0,4N.NEatlmetn ( I'II''{' H'''. ('smtwsy ...".,,,.. nrh. .. p.R.
.. which will ., rt. .??,?? ,, TYNER'S HARDWARE *. dl,. Cm eunt
: : ..appcr: a blioet.d upsSremmltmint. *...,...... tenors II f. Inxiranr
rho .tore raf.lt.d On /e.0a0 U.l N. fl'''''. Phone 714.IMTDURAtlTE HMiMlal, and urclral Imuranr,
I Ir mad. bolt i.te
h t. L Wfl3LAM' 1101 .f May.mt'D, 1.... .t Mop e'.lrortl' am, In Oh.Couty : ftnnr.Ri- .... i..onn. pod rtirmntply .
.
BOAEonra BOCIR EMU MAJOR HOOFLB our DUE HAT That p. nit. % dray. .qILI. -
: (".............., 1IfHII" Room M tlta 1t l.oei. Cnunty Court.hoes. NtJlrH' PANT PPALIJIu. In porion t* tea...." 1. C.
Font hares Florida, I bi .IR be afforded Dtttflcl. ..ItnnipatterC R. n....... PIt"". U4.1131 Franc"Ce., nLad. Fla.
4-.0*. M |, *. .6 sri or may ib1rt t* aid taaea. SERVICE STATION
J' uT1tit00KU ( I flt J HT WS, Pill' HS.LISTMADEMEJJLIKED .y.0,00.01.t to appear .ro.. old Beard and. *kew". tk.tr *b)*.. nitht' or Sunday man work w.ntidnn Steal. .

UNCNIOP MOSSOpOse THEIR WP% A4IAFCRtMAMiVEOCLb LtIYT l TA 1 MtltMM1 CN1D "?JilalVii.n'?' '..|. ...* uMi.h.d Is the el.hle... teuntlea" *( tie Dutnet boo ntploym.nt 4| aun N uarantd..*.. Hrtt*

$S ExTRA HWI POR dMUALMICEMAMAdtRTW11xTMY rcor4nc. with ..iKtini Uw*.
Taal rameu Palsl
alai IaT. >. U. *.e day el April 1M4. STUDENTS". err II..
AND -
'TIUL AVn SOC'T1IERFLORIDAGO : Cr ...... .
RKANCONI1DRS "
'TwftR LETM! MC1RI( PO* A CONTROL. DISTRICT BT ITi DtRAUaaeary VINYL SHurdivi aid aft
FLOf P = wnoni now Pull .
urn If d.
eANTELLAS TM PRDTNMSt for *
paint attar
47P si
cit. .o.$ LITTLE > ciiMN<) BOARD HEM. wk** .11..1 l I.' out A>.....
SOON A!R f4lAWK4. ; TMI4 VOU ICtJEWTHATAaMi00l By 1 Bii-ys.I MIN.Claln0ra.. eurfaeeCUMAVINVL ,le a .water .**..c. II.I* par hour. M...t 101,. ......,
MOW IT40T or Mr (Acts *t Johmoni Rest
NAMMid +tlseI Pn10 ant eoftttna that pryi4** effort Rout. H.u Pat ,,, .
UTOpI1 CA6.t tliETO604MVINTAEEAIC I ( .
SEEIT4W.IS4PRIA0 I ; VtM!MW NiT/NbV nUT / R. r. Wilt Jr. W."' .;, Retardlsa.tarT ...Una .......rti.. lor ail eitirtereoejetmetioe I"Ns. .JoLaa4..."". role. nn"*_t"Clty.sWAUTOMOTIVE ooallahl.

.-MVJ.TEh'RETTHYANoO| Roo.rt R H_ Mc.Calrm.aaOKTSUB ..........
I' W lions.N' &
DeLand Paint Glass
KMeUtAlTllUDS COMPLETavAtdt3N0
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THAT M AXIS X 'LH A BAM.!THAT Tif+ A.1. '..rl. R, H. P'RTIt. DW1'4ER "..,. .,..lIft...,_ R "to S4-. ...
R4RIDl OP. 0HlASILY' .lOt'll 11..L May I 1M TV. Uorda A.*., Tub T14-*!!! f1et.a... .lIu. :-... .

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26 Help Wntt4MMBrtlRVICI .. 41 ArtUM .... S <* Ixic.trlxPhon. '1.011I011"tat"oft Old Dayton.koma.prura 114 ., :::'a Ciaan'at ..-::.._.._. 5275. =::lisd.. .-r ,_-, 5335. ;
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734-0574 J...."' knlMK1. THon. 7I41IH.TART .
Station Mm Want. S ANTIQUE Xoun4 Taw. NOW
lal *..11. IM a ....11. Gua... .... Claw ,..t R..."..."... THI NCW vhs autrirht 1.80 1UICK INVICTA Ht>4 Ta. 1IM lUICkf CanvaHlkl A.t..
awaih amplOYipint. clul commiiaion Call 'U.. 11 I Bur homo In KaciarAoraa. ....... .lIt.., AI. 'wll Pm..". ....t,.. "..,. .m4 t4..,.,. 505*

tun NovaWOP.KINQ 'Wrlta Box 17, DaLand IL.ICT"IC PORT..LlD TPE-! EVANS _.;..au. ,.Call D:'I4 A, Baaartn, 1', '.:' : __ $1,335. : ::; :z =- $935.

MANAGtR for Poultry III"RITER.N. 'limols.DIA5..OMAlC 1II..nt., ... 11..It'1o t"l V. :HOCLETARD Ph. 1 .,.,..... .

firm Cl'.... .... .iB.rt.nei. raf. Ptvraaantini ftrat 1'I., NEW 3.PIety C.Ielal 4 PR mi reno t 0,., *. 6YL 1IM .UICK luatrSanvartH
...n... ..1..." .pacti4. WritS ZIQ ZAO. Riao*. (>pan ...nt." _. .......' .Y } BR. furtilih.a. WaHwoo4 .. I katk, I car inn \lot lot ;: lJ. l ..: $Z5. .. S1JO.
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: .4 4 modal' p.rf.ct eon4i.tioij ...nv 01 ma Inr. .
tWi DiLanA Sun >aw*. Da. CLOSE OUT NEW n....... Ills fclt*. Ml N. D' _
.k. 4aenratla atltchaa, Pro n kfort.DOWMTA7RB. tint E. Minn.ioia A...
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.k.. hutionhnloa. i.ws an butrrmalnlnf .

27 help WantBi-MBli, tr hash t"n.. "' ..".4...parmanta."'.. ate. I..IT.".M.... $695. to .Holion Pnrniinad.Cloaa 11. JOHN. E. LEWIS "M.II, M rt 'I Ch.... tnmf On* Pull Twr OW Wimntyl!

Phone tlnanta mlnittr '...4.71. A CAL 'f Tall 7>,.,:,. ... I. I\itl.u! N.e t'ol.u:1I: 734.111,

ExPSSIVNCID eOOKS. 1I'"le. TOY DIAOAX Tahl.ta (formarly4AMMONO RAID ,.E'W P.rmano. Ap.. ,JACOBS
sill EverIi $"U'L Pull or Pitt D.2..4'l.t.. Tsw ..."'.. ...... ROWDY'S MUSIC "1U Want* Mlvpoao. REALTY
?lma Applv In enly.atcik. fnrmouI.' ..1, 710. VCllII.la Pharm.it 51*.. U '.'tll BRAUN
Houaa.I ftlr1a :Elvd.: ,.. h. >14 N. .19.. PAsts OTTO P577W *0575.0,
0" RCNT two $..dretl.... furniaka4 55.05 ,...,n. MOTOR SERVICES
SPOOlS' OMftAN. Good clou I to ahotpinp.ato .
21 Sitvitbn w..," an low, IIIHI. Phona Ill-Mil ec 47 .. ..mtl montk. Call! 714-1'tl ar
__7I4-4IM. ait. $01.STTROrf'AM T..II'U O Now TtmhttuaH. ClrttiN. S FRANK I. SPARROW l 1. BUT DELAND TU4UI

Rial Eitat: .... Pk. ,.. ....
ARPINT"Y WORK OR ...UOlT. Carol xelutlv, menltor tIle r < -
ICE!: CMEITtDELAND'HARDWARE YOUR RCA. HOROOM Pint floor ".t. Praah.
1\0. JEA*O\ABLE: RATES |Iy rwintaa. ill W, 3401-7. *a- : .cempitt rfri|.r,tian eyel* HOMES
()ION lIIEE ACK. .11 :o.rI" DIALERCALKINS '''.:110.
ORANGE AVE.CARPENTRY with) "'ItIltIll rSspeOS for the "Built With Ton In Ul'.4'"
111 N. Boulavaril, Phona 7I4-M1J ".. 1."I.II.d .fttseVlOt. ,. > *
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: u" REPAIR .. bait eoollni peiilbl' lit* honi 4-4
Work.Call 314 W TI I 101510.. (,... toftc.
114-OIM Earl C.: Lotu OCEANS: UP NOTWHB" and Ststint' Campus Call virtudly s11rn10e754 "nuiMnet* R. W. PRESCOTT WELDINGMA4MMNC n bIsNORWOOD
kftar k 0 m. $tjrl.m.k.ra. Pahrla Coats,. Mi., \\ .111.., Ill-Mil altar S Rolllne Acre Eatata WOMKAtKTO
INTERIOR and EXTERIORPAJXTICO It* B. Boul Ttr4 Repairs On All "'. calls common, to ordinary r*- .1'....

RKAfUtNABLBPHOXE AUTO AIRCONOITIONINA' of Radio & T.V.Color fri* .rttien unit*. $4017 DOWN
ROOM fnrnlaha4 with !rlt." '.
CARE TOfl TO PIMP '' .
: m-:>:i 0....,. 11..... Gir.g.. ..,.. hath light itO. eaton turn Pvt.antranra. A BETTER PSII' CUENTHER'Stnn CIloiCi'I.t.a, .. I
-'n--;; :;: f.rvlr.. 23| .. At*. A... Phon 1'..,.. adults 441 2. IN SiSPOT'Boii 1..Iu..J.f1l.'
'W'iLL 00 ISONIN Q ; 7mm.eli 184-4l".'!l. T.V. O Naw Mkr4)mH C.m"f.. CLOU Modorn CB. Homo I RON i WOOD won C, .. ..
IC."I., \Y. Ru.on.bI. 1'1..... Churrh H4-HH. eon |ir.t.. I PR.. panad PI*. lillasd, 0. .'I'a, 7t.aidar
TU. 1P7. PLASTIC' IWIMMINA Po0 .' 14 ft. laJa ..4 Sam far Curtis iOO AP T$: A4nit;; rrtfloor. .. It", 'rieth r Ctrhtr a lCIulVa. It", .. cantral .kaatlni to *.aryroom .. US W. OwarrU P*. RE 4-OT4 ]|4* DsIAo5.

In 4lam.tar: I ft. 4o.p, itronjonly a.. 10..11 and attelt'.. S 1If! ISO hal tr m'ndou' capacIty for wall to wall carpal LI

PANT houa...-TIME..,... Car work or avantnc.tiabvttttlnir.Ph. situ I Irste.months: ciw, half eondltIei prl.. .. o.o Call 521 S. BOULEY IKhta. tIdy: I turn 4acorata Ill
-U4IMI.CARPEVTRt. Jf-4ut.. pfeaaa KB '.In, ALMA AI ""dltlftft." .flcilirr' m.kc the unit Idad torn tensor 41 kit t t*rovorid JtllM *In M4II ahniha.Pnra Ma.. "I Hl...

: PAJNTINOREAIOVABT.B "l .7' UTILITY Ci.Tr.II... ... oapa.ata t:1I '" Ill W. Now York T14-ti. and rooftop ti well' ti on.tnttround MfL: OTT. ..IIIt. 114-1111 51.0 II IN I and I 1* uaBf'homai !'
HATER. : feiatMa comoartmint MD rLtA: fll.) .LIX APARTMINT I ...... F,, Plr. Lots fna.. Baal 1:... lIP fom,l.f.l ir ra.laka4 .
0. W. DAVIS 71. .... Tlroi <'omolna with. tirit. 111. 1S, .' room Ills lath PuriHahid. fk. 'Inctillitlon. BEST HOME BUYS 11 JO and lilt >(r MIStS .

1 Man InflitiMa, raftin and 4.4I4 ;
30 IviinHi OppirtBiirrlMtALVASt Plvwooil Koltom 111 m-4I7. $99.50 Co < OPEN DAILY PHAMI 'kana, |1M p). tMnf ares PlZ21rAN> COMPANT. DIG
S RI'IlI\I. ..... .ATH. ) : rb... '.. ..r.
ONE Ood.4prosd. Ctpacrtlti: 2. I Aera lot. Fav 4 road. n 4anwa .

VARO I A
atoek.4 1 pm.DP.T. 10W B. Amilla. Iii altar TAPPAX ONE OAI RANOEFLKCTRIC _$14.lS T.V, fLLLT t:l1':: IN. Air ronmtlonod. Pura compl/.t. Inform* *t.n. com Inl NEW HOUSE 4 IDMOOMt. f lIst).. alnlnr DeBary Real E.Uta:

CLEANING PLANT KAX9B: __114 U $64.50 :i f'f'; or apt.I'l Ir.r N to.*.pa'-Pn. In to.."m", .. rlota rartlx In,turniaha4.law ...wn tram pay 7* Rial LASSIe ft l.n
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0404 Incwna. Prleait T* 10 "1. anly I* Inn ,.
Haven Homes
CALL 714-1371 eP177!? TIPS! ,........ e..I...) 11I.1 FRIERSON'S rurniiltad'r..,."""".Anortroonta MH4I1IAf Roy Frlerson'sUeorprtl4 Virginia I "t&aoOM ...... aornar lot, ft A. '
ON' DAVIS JBIBAJIT.
MARTHA'S BIAUTV SALON In )'R'tJm4r1l.' <1V THBOWNFR. tar I t>..... 5 MILII V ., t>aU 4 ss :XaatMa a.n.4 lot )". ".... vanly furn. *
DaLaon Ipnngi at a prlc in AVrOMATIC r..U : lihii, ....l1u' ....... : T:0:l i !
Jew yon will ha a1. Xlrano4rn WASHES _...__._$4. II ( .. T. I : 55. Dolov. o.Itrsl lImb I al_I' I IT urwi .InoI ..0......
'H. I Rttlia. Ultra mo4ani
ONI 30 N. BIV4' rhiia aid ., rood., WW Atoll. I
ulpmint. low tint oo4loeitton Illtrhsn. Larit Lot. Cattral Oil IDtOOM h...... *uil*... ...nInt. .
with slanljr ot paiklng.Phonl pirtmant II.. KafHttrator 171 II GOOD ELBCTIO.V 0 lIla 1lboo., Jon.1f.44I.1.0. ItI Phaw" N.. ieI'5v. ito Sorry t. HalTINf, Air C K4lKInlilf .'.1. Iaa It '..d... law does Barnont .MIO 7 U Iiil Islets

717.41.42.Tenneco EXTRA NICE FRIftTDAIKCp USED CA thlld... ... tM S. Plarlaa. PH. TM-MII T. G. SMITHDEAL
pall I IDftOOM ......... 10'1'ftt.. r.n.fl.t.lT .
Service Station hmtom pantry fraaiar r.frlttr.....tw__wIt. ), ''.M COMPLETELY :. : A Ceor I room itt.. ltlUtt.. TatsloSrip. : furnlih.4, Oaks View, I .". e.'. WeIsu.,14i51 t. awM:-

147 W. Na" Turk Ava. Geed localkullmaa ONE .1' I fill''''.''.''. .....at .... 4.,1'. 40. Photo 134-747* llMdt and slip |.o daw. :: Tt"':.tntiaji'. sf 5 1'. Csn.ts riraalaaa: 5 14*

Gaaollna ind oiloniitnmint. "n Wrtitip Vaihar (attra IU!,,). A From $25. "V. lOser.. rAMI' 11"... "a4lr In na.4 ofraaair 1:'. ?hosa. '''.nt!. .
... SAFE INVESTMENTS
<< L..... wantol.Good 1.51 lo.r"'l. "$ I INdroos, dutam. .. loauilful lot W I H
erirtit" wquIrM ... Mr. ONE .... ''' C..I..tI llatanit :' JOPEcx. REALTOR
TV, '' 0. Phone Rtar _.. .....,.tI,
purhim at tbi liitloo or rail .TArXId" STEEL VENT P'11wit 1\4.U'. tLOW COaL fto, "Ielr M'a. PINE I liadraom two Vatk html D.Rs,
V4n40p Park I44-4J41 willoot.NEARLY It moter __.$14.l1SIAN BOB'S RADIO & .... airallant, loratlan awoir mu.taal Idiot tram. Pkana' r M'\I.
'* ko4pOPEN* I 7.111. $05 w. 314 arc.
1' OTHER: 1M W. RKh Pile... U LI1C I 5". ft.rmloh.O. itad.II. "..1.. Phona' 7M.OJIJ.thr ) at ....N0c.. rnuat. ka *...* t* SIt.s lit ......:=-=..._ .".ss: IriseS Offtaa NO
HarraleiIxiw. I ..
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NEW "Tixymanta I .rn c. 1..110. tI..un"rl. k. spPr.eIt.4.Bell .

I UNIT. 1 kualn.oa.' COO r>M.. 41M I Cnnranlant Tutu JMC sod rintnrlnc Quarai *
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I with ill f..t Irrnt.iioo CALL: 114-114 ro* BUT APTI. Mo4orn icR. HOUSE2&3BEDROOM S. P JEUII Inks? .
Ml
Boulevard III
Appliance Inc. now *nljr .Hint
I .
.p1077107 011-'" for I moors loris fl.t.ly, fun. sos 't.tsoq sod III V. Rl' tinlta. Bur for Invaitmont or ,for Prlilililrt ..1.. lanrlct ; ?.V., Ra4la Tubaa. ei..,... iowatawn. araa CaU "..14'1. I .
Poll, own '"It".... Ooo4 t......, 1:1t N. III.! .. Pk..'.. U4-1U I Ellaa at discount' pri.,... I HOMES REALTY- |tIt BIDROOM. ovariooklni C *. I.hams..., an I acra' 10 ArtamkBn 'It' Mltila. ..
.... ,... wyhfull
Total Price $30,000.00 lltvt B. K? I I..... paarurlnf F.nrl...ao4 Qarifa ilka "I| II.|.* ._....._...111.104
SIGNS FOR SALE ......I'.tI' flnlnl RoomTwo 51-7.T0,1 "II e"D atoallaal a....
COM to our efflea for furtharInformation I A full, lsttlCi,
HEAVY CARDBOARD15c '". FrlpV. 11.......ir. 4 ."""rt. ., i.sutifutl: 'I !i3S1 or 11I7.tati, Call
KCA 14" 'T'V I. tan.. I lit ..nl." Lana or Call .ul4! -t- vn ionnirap.fi lai .__
United Florida Real Estate rahlnot an4 X.HIth Stir : I Lot tm s 141 7*.. AlP foorfltlon.lot 714-1711 NKVV ) f.fJOSEPH I IIDROOM homi, foroor lot. 1111 CORVAIR .
Pnll. Hardwood floora. PI. MONIA. Una ._
1105 I. Boulatart ThoM 7>....21 Each I.rE.C.I..t with attra a ninln( arrao(.4 to pull II..,.... I S. PECK downtown "looauon i:4, .tIXTRA Sadie.
I
All I mitrhlnt ,.... .. BROOM Trollop *n a t lob Ky&y'M3sni
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NO U IIITI N O. P... ... lei''". Pso Phona 1I4.04INICELY ...
lira. Ditto con4. end TVl Uraa Colonial Mom .Ii.
...1.. Pt. 5.n*. LII. Ilma4 o.k un ) In p' I a .rtman' ititlnn. IMunt ha Mm irs h 51050031 o Ma. ALSO Purnlaha4 I afdM.n. looklKf I iiaiion Campua, fully I OIlS'
Uo' Sns.s.Lboo.5l7. 11411
Financial _r: r'.N ::' r.: '" Do. ha ai>nr.....t.". ran ka ptst. CoiNs" so smo.fl smII .T '''1. rontril air 'con4 alactrln.kltrhan 110' E. 1nlar..tv A'.. hirnlaliad ..................117.loiDELAND msrra$57.I.'lIlTI.I latsns77ao.5 L.ts S44si,
I tha .., .,,, laii. 11 CoIN,. Call 51t .
for loaa than I ,. 54$ WIseerds.. _! I. A'IIt" fast..
NASILElOP Wash "."... ) .." E..r forma. Coma In for 714.1711 w '24-1571 ($054 ,..", .11.101.
32 M..., T. Len tan ..h.P.... .o4 U",.... $14.1 ..nitration.Boulevard.. Stetter Associates REALTY INC. 'M' 00001 O..IIIT 4 d.r Nc'II .
tOil d'.k.l .boil ut.-t.i' tab I.. FURNISHED MAtONARV DUPLEX r..", Irlis. Eat,. t..&. caZCx'
\vn pfT ItO tr.JJ, ai.t.ly' fiimnh.il Ktramionilviltia. ; I, lIars 0? P.'t0 74.mos Sail Ei'at Muttttta Laoa
Loans to $600 THIS REIALR *HOPran'ca. .:t K. .1'*.. rhooa M..JI&m 2 BEDROOM. 2 BATH Now' r.,..<< Par 1001151.Clot. 510 5, TLOR17A LVI. $14 N, 5054. ThaI ,04.505, IfEtlJ'n; JJCI/'Itl.: DIC
II' 0. 1..11. A... ph.". n'-If7. 111.1111 130' N SId 51505 u..,."
AIR CONDITIONEDFor EARL LAWRENCE JOHN E. MARSHALL &
Union Finance Co. D.
'MILTON GAS O"VI", a..'". Good 0555 Ipirist, 4 loop
STNAT7U. YTJRNflflRRAVTO4O7mILL. $47. lmtrls ......, 1I..t.r. It ..1.. DELAND'S Summer Months Investments Urokar lot u. Vovma A'. nraaia City 1754 ''UI.1r. L55a5r5. fill ills..
REAL. ESTATE.inS. $70. 0.. rotrIg.sji, $77. Giu III tk... ,,..',. "...... aiHiMnvht. 1111 K iwO P.t.,,4Phooa Phona '71.1..11Somethln.DIr.otl 7 4. ..II 7117(5 1oI1r. ,.paws'''. A
BLVD, r"e". U4-.a full) ataa, 14*. (mintar topOM1IANT 807 W..RICH AVE. I* ftaUri4i. III E..' kantn ,.....n 114-1741____ Si.. P ssio7a" this' .oy
.r** ran(' unit uiivtfiXIRlPA A oup rk ham* forFoooa ? { 1551 05411.,. d lIMP 1)0"11I. "
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LOANS TO $600 HOM* OA* P SERVICE orr.ra lo 'lf.4 Ao<. I* MW WILL .ITASbllMtOR I p.... ... AII\ 'tow
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laiM.latal' Mn.t 505111.fIllma. Sums 41UARTIR4" .. ofroom
304 5. N... limb Plans ''' .ltI'I Hlakl.oaa' ll.m karailo.i : 50 aoo.intlo- "I
4 5,. Cmto.I. Mop ... all ''. Mirk 'dalft h.ih I '
: : It X rn aawlrfoifioi.it'l .rat. hr 1.:11.1t1.; "" .;;. =
TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS 'UV .*4 ILL med naail furaUtura. MOTOROLA 00 $ t. il. P..0... 4uMK I PR I S. al pot lIe.1I| *"-*..".*)' *'" main a4iajilia' ,... .. 1
Per "!.! I PA. .tt..... ''' IllET5Pr.sk4n. IK.Ml, flood sir.,.. A Ian. too First Builders Corp. boo 5 O :. Itltl. .: ISIS (l40 55 105 (-." 4.4
FINANCE CO. INC. r.b..,'. Aucosn *.*. ,..-.".. PHILCO (..air moif.ra .hom... on film lIsh. ('::; : :.. 7.::'''' .... R'iil"TriiTOr VJitani-. L I"*
IIDROOM ....... .... AVB. .. *
FLORIDA ; Inrrad ,
Ill .iass.r.4.
0mm. o..a.4 fir ilomo poiks\ iva aff .....11 "". ... rorlaia" Mrl.w4
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..t.>1. parIty furni h <,. PHONC 7I4.IIJI I J. C. McCLURE
floora.' aantral I hut. kuillIn
.," KAfiTA an4 I Vicaiv Uo4ari 4
.. l'hin 71.- uroi. <
Ill S. 81. 41 A. J..... Sl ,
n. WB ISv TJiL 5. uaholaury, H", for IS atsilse, Sill ptaa Jtaal Ca< *vn a4 ..,.. wall, in.ulat.-i, 77544 CsrI J

D&H T.V. 714-1414 tit* 714-4717.. t rklot ACISIS port lId .,..111."... Per tuwk XL IT l artfe, A..... Pratt
BURNETT FINANCE CO. WATCH rapalilnv' our ._alrTCama THII' A I k.4root .*,* lll.lioLA.VB Ryimsi. S.
faura*| .
IDROOM. Elao Klt'ha. Marliataon Old
koaio 4
Spasms sly raara BEALTTh :
!! f"r4 .I...far. ...a.. ttws 101 X.aatlmata.Naw loch Tad TV. KKVTAL1Olaal Loonar ."" .e...... 117 W. Wli'ronoln JUST OFFERED an4 varr wall Itullt.. lOins U a Ills N ....III...," Phaoa lt ..J4lD004I |
MOTLOEA.txWI0TIC" A..v. P. Polo.', lists? fhona' "..12.*. IAROAIN' for ...""... naar Wi.kI'hooL .,.11 ''''.uSsSean 5 4* kaomalau > 'n. ..., ?14.|..14, Mita ".."..4 .r.11.. I pi.gj
III N. Aa..|i. Pkoaa I ka4ro..ni laraia tatrfin.ot. ao4 yau will ka thatinar Itatioa I ; Tini.* Plyt*
114 S. ALA. 734-0872 IOMOOMI.. Hlnf aol 4lnmtr 05 aornrr !leI 1t0 >r III. an awnlnf u., U'aklaromfortihla OPEN DAILY 4utmatla t......,..'..... Powar
42 PftwH Iqe..ss.4llw mi. al.o kll'h.n raraort Iaalra $ homa. PhIl. I aatrnlota ; .." |. Pills and Maaiar, Ela ..
4t Psw. Iqvaivt. > IC.....,. ill N. Boiten Ars.TSLeod. .. A.4uoa4 In Uka I* 14114I. Countr. Mil 01)555 Good I...."... a law klorkioutn NIW I 5 K Kama |o| PnraM Park : r Window, tlatal, oiaa**

33 .hniurnc.mrn1 "PM. B> aH Pita Pss.L on PoOl. laki. Aim (004 rliv, af'I.P.tr: V I. 1'. Pius I,: fr SpIn Oanlan Hllla. BClLf'). .1.u.. appointminu. i'arp t
Blaek an* Wkl sad Ca4ar. GOOD ..I....,". ...... **4 )" .... I 4room >..v.. pit an4 mm, ra..r.f ,I"". laaao*. An ." arlra of II.! f 714.1545.R .7..B.ry iusIsos| f Jackaon. Pkont. Eatramily throu.hoyt. AtarlI.4 top-raaV
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w. 'rVR1OE" DCLAJID CAMERA ISO". Mowara at ku4lat lirleai. rioia, to h".t..... 4iatrlrt' ."" ?bJfll RUe'tTVoUTt; r.. HARRY F. EDWARDS Ian4 car. tho' sma. .
a raiult
0 lsot
LIRE AUTO LIPS 141 .. .. .. ntnrham Plra.too* Store tA Partaliari
lit.." ... Raiionahla. ph. 1I4.I4 I. "A' the P0051505OlIn. TWILL HUt PO* TOO atiantion.' Mass ka ."t*
t.I ,.. BLVD.. PH. 714-4111 Kleh. Phana '''.1111. <4. Part an carnar JaIl all aSa
BR. HOI-BE _ I so or 141 par ft.rlY .. Clip. 175.0545' praoiatid at tIll N OarflaM.. N.
43 POWER' : ifowiem .. .". _..'''' AYYIIACi'VI.' ...'1, ...... WISE INC. lOSi.t f ".': Thus cu ...
JAMES F. CLARDY .mrici .1101111"i. III so I 4 .....*..'" ........ 505, 14111' CLOSE IN HOVEPHONE lualm.5 b511 tsr..
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OE-CERJ INnUNC'1JIta CVISMA.$ SCOOTER.PIONEER h'RftOMB ?_=iil. ciCAI4. ." .....1. PsiraO pillI '
N. .194. !'bo". '....1.. ANTIQUES E. RICH CISAIII .. Mr*. Howartk 1I4-4PI1 "; rarnir pmaanr wIth I ho,,... a74 w, \NIYTPVT1'At.SO : 734.5654 lwTclTLATi,

Camalla Veool.tSALIa TALTONSlata 4 lana nipiwav.. oo M Rl,4. vta)4a) Ht* limila. tl I. _Barnin ,..II,..I Pal.
M.... Mimes floo" eH$ ,ro .. Hall all ar part. .VOOJ TtRHf. if 4.aira4 SEE TO APPRECIATE I
34 M.rtgups-1.ub4SI4 ...
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lynralr Amlqua Furnlt'ira.V M al'". Pka m 714-117. "m CP-rEIB Llvar.44.5arId In.kulMar .
>\ aft lloaila* thru Pria ,. isO .....t....... .;. 0090 .... ..anal A'.., Klraif. n'lJ.U.I2l.
lMIeONvINTION..1. $Iock.4 11". rl... aiM'ial. fir r. 11. ITU1R1' '*"J-r '". MOU* YNAILI* for r.at IV OWN!:: t HMraom C I. trio. 5.15101 oloa.4 SIMS ( ..'.. Ihi4a4 Cornar Lot I 500 .. SIc
BOT BFTLD IIE-I"TN Rl. If ay Tilt rampkm Tr. Antlqun tAZOO Mnwfm $4115! Apply 111 W, Valuaia shin TirpoH 4 ftilltr roomI"4 : Lit 1'734.4574.". r; clip, I Cltnia Yr.... Wall 1 ..,.. All .1It1. 11115141. .lS5
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aid PHAl. Or '*. Hindlrrart Art N 4la MOWER REPAIRS lab .... ___' 1 u,. 114 w. '..I.atty.LAKEFHONT Bvilll aid tflivlliad, I Ba4romi, frain Ini.rlor, Pnra inly 1, WH
atntiaL' : Buimiai t't Vork.. JI%. Na 1. bps ITI *, limp. llaaa HIM" M4 )I. Pain. wttn Tab and. Rhawir. Kit. BELL MOTOR CO-
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Detroit Red Wing Gordie '* GAMES
Howe, who already holds so Klki >t PL.it f': IOUKVTLLE, Ky. (AP-Hill) awe In Ontario. Nearctle Is his His record I II right firsts and many he'd have to hire a statistician Pltraon at ,Roahr it ..m.> AUGUSTINE ... The first

I II Rise the pride of California, sire and Natalma his dam. HI. two third in 10 itarU, with to keep' track of them. It'* $Ort.ALt.LEAGU( IIx Innings went imoothly but
i and Northern Dancer, Canada' blood lines ate excellent. They $1,919 In. prize W. L. Pet. Cl
l'' money. most times selected for National lull*'* I 1 W (forboth
I hope ruled is favorite today Include Native Dancer, Mahmoud When he won Tuesday's Derby Hockey League All.Star teams. Clark .?.. I 1 C7 H the seventh was a nightmare
} the 3. .old and Hyperion.!\ Trial In the excellent time DrUanil Dodca .. I 1 ,55ls t coacb ..
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among year By JENNIE BELL Elsie Melnelt ((245710). Dot I When Howe was named to the Ulnn-lMila I t.Jjl" 1
I entered for the In 14 starts be has 11, fin. of 1:35 1S to talk f That about tells the otyeiterd
thoroughbreds won : people began Those making turkeys this Peterson Jill Napoll' and Leola second NHL All Star team for Shady Oak I Sin m story
90th running to the $125.000..dd. ished second twice, and third of him as a potential winner, of Ro hr : t m S
week on the DeLand Mixed Warrensford all made baby 1963 64 Thursday It was the 15th LAST NIOHT' MCkUkTt' y'i game here In which
? j td Kentucky Derby. once, and earned $280,572. the triple crown which means League! are Milt McMillon' and split time in his 18 seasons he had Wlnn.rxxla$ 7. ReeSe 1 the Taylor High Wildcat of

Pre race odds on Hill RIM are Hill Rise is .owned by GeorgeA. the Preakness and the BelmontIn Chet Main. Jack Ford had a real This past weekend for those made either the first or second Gullaya TONIGHT' e0FkI.1it.br t OAMta" cored 76 win
! i 6-5 and S.2 on Northern Dancer. Pope of the El Peco Ranch, addition to the Derby. nice turkey royal and so did who didn't go to State Tournament teams. Previously he and Mau. It Bharty' Oak. I'I non a over
L Far behind, in the view of the' Madrra Calif., and trained by The Kentucky Derby I I. a 1. Loren \Vhltney. Chickens were really missed something.This rice (Rocket) Richard retired Wlnn-Dlxla at fXLand Pixtia St. Joseph's to advance Into the

handirappers are Quadrangle Bill Flnnegan, Hillary Is the sire mile race with all entries carrying made by Fin Knight, MUt MeMUlon wa the first time for me Montreal Canadians star had P'LOIIIOA TATl LiApioa Iln&li of the Croup B-3 Tournament. .

and The Scoundrel each 81. and Red Curtain his dam. 126 pounds. Lucille Whitney Loren to go and I really enjoyed my been tied with eight first.team T..yton S..;.h ..W..IKnrt I .sAC .
Cloudy skies and a tempera'' Whitney and Dick Hogle. In the self. I believe DeLand really selections and six seconds each.A Lauilrnlala l s .77 ti This afternoon In Plerson at

ture In the 60. are forecast for split department came Jim King, made a good showing:, even if it few years ago How took all- Tamna lit Pnarahurc.?..??.. S S *4 .M,542 i 1 4 i o'clock the Taylor nine Is
Saturday's race. The track Ruth Alen Becky Rue Elsie waxn't in all the events. I hope time NHL scoring honors from Miami. I i :.M* J scheduled to face the Mayo

should be In good shape despite BULLDOGS EYE CRABSIN Wells, Bob Flint Jack Ford, that next year more of you will Richard.By .1krlin4 ara'na----------I: : II II :.Ml Km t H Hornets for the Group Championchip. -

rain the early part of the week.A Marion Main and Lucille Whitney try to go and really bring some comparison, the five Chicago a C. 111 544" Taylor Coach John Prehn

crowd of about 100,000 Is ex all making baby ones. Jim of the money back to -La"d. players and one from Toronto "t. "THURSDAY.'.r.hur. 4. Orlando RESULT 1. aid this morning that it was

pected. TOURNEY BATTLE King made one a little tougher. This Is a reminder that the named to the NHL first Davtnna ScarS 7.. Kir.ot. I raining: in Pierson and looked as.
time Is 30 EST. fnrt Laudtrdal ,, Tampa >.|
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CBS will televise the festivities This week on the Split Happy ASSOCIATION i* having their ices FRIDAY' OAMtS called. If this is the case it is

1 from 4 to 5 p.m. Its radio broad. Ladles, Delia Grove and Pat annual meeting and banquet on Chicago's Bobby Hull the Orlando. .at at Paytnna Hi' Friarchtiri R'arharamla scheduled to be played at 2
cast is from 4:15: to S p.m. CUDAS PLAY OPENER Franklin rolled a nice 456 and Saturday, May 9th at Rymals unanimous choice for the right Jon Lanu>l..owt"l.l ai Miami o'clock tomorrow afternoon

13 COLTS 423 serIes They did all the prac. Restaurant. The banquet will begin wing position, made the first Lakaland at Tamna In yesterday's game it was St.

If all 12 colts start the purse Although the weather didn't look too good this morning ticing at state Ivey Reynolds, at 6:00 p.m. and if you cannot team for the third time in five AMII'IICANUAGUe' : Joe breaking the Ice in the second
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the semi finals of the Group 5 A Baseball Tournament are years. riaalan4 ....... a I .A' inning a single run
J winner will receive 114300. It scheduled for Conrad Park this evening.In 5 T and 5.610 split and rolled two will begin at 7:30.:: Price of Center Stan Mikita, the NHL 0>$\,-r-- I 4 uS I the Wildcat came back in the
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the opening contest at 6 o'clock it will be New Smyrna games scoring was Oflflrso,5--------$ 7 :M* \ third with two. That was the wayit
*. nl addition to the $230 entry fee Beach tangling with Eau Callle and at approximately 8;30 444 series. Norma Leight alto be around all'week selling team selection for the third I'ctrslt -.- T : .Ml 1 stayed until the uv-nth.
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the hosting DeLand Bulldogs will bet going against the Daytona had a 444 series. Betty Handy- straight season. I-w An,.l. _. ..'- S f ,it) t Taylor collected five of their
Back of the four favored thor. Beach Seabreeze Sand Crabs. The two winners will then meet side had a nice 464,, with Joyce Don mill it. It i II for everyone OTHER PICKS aihlncton: ..--... I 41 eight hits in the seventh with
Roman Brother That all the new for this "" ton I 7 :.417 JiJ
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101. Mr. Brick 151 Dandy K. berth In the Regional Tournament next weekend. holt had a 424 and Mary Davis a : week. .. HAPPY BOWLING.WinnDixie Pierre Pilote each collected THURSDAY' BfiUCTI Dale Puckett showing the way.
7 and WU Rad 201, and Mr. Moonlight nice 170 game. In the split department I Kanan CHy is', rwtmit t The roof fell in for the Cats in
New Smyrna Beach scored a 62 win over the Sanford his fifth straight All Star Cl.v.land I. Mlnn..ma. 4
:; Ishkoodah, Royal Shuck Scmlnolos here on Wednesday night to earn a berth against came Delia Grove, bonus Hall making his third appearance I rhlra n at N.w. York rain) the bottom of the inning. A hit
.. .
(Only
and Extra Swell all 301. famoD "" 4teds
Elraner Graves and Jan Cmtt
Eau Gallle tonight. on the first team and TODAY'S GAMER batter walk, single walk triple
r Poet positions do not mean Coach Tom Davidson ot the Bulldogs is expected to send making the 310.: Margaret Frlck Pilote his second .trllh!: !. Ken I Clavrland ttaihlnrton it N.w York eu') and infield out produced five

*' much because of the five. senior right.hander Frank Glumarra to the mound tonight and Virginia Rader made the Wharram, the Black Hawks left Tx>. A...'.at. at Raltlmnro Chlrat M(A) runs before Taylor could stop,
eighth*.mile straightaway from In quest of the opening victory. The remainder ot the lineup 2.T. Nancy Harris the 49 and winger, was chosen for the first Mlnnrvnia at. K a.... ('ICy (X) the drive. '
; the starting gate to the first Is somewhat In doubt as Davidson has been playing some Norma Lelcht the 5 8. Win time. \IOnIC cam. prh.dulc.1iSATURDAY"* GAMES Persons planning to attend the

turn. but Northern Dancer's of his reserves" lately and they have been showing up well. OTHER, TLHKE.S Gullcy's Dcfenseman Tim Horton, only Wlnnt.ni.t. at. K.n"".. city (Is) Taylor.Mayo game either todayor
trainer Horatio Luro, got The with Tuesday Morning I Coffee Anr.l.' it miratn tomorrow are reminded that
w Bulldogs may go Jerry GUI catching: Bob representative of the Stanley riavataiMl, at Baltimore
exactly what be wanted when Apgarf first bate; Steve Robinson second base; Donald League had Bert Fuico making Cup champion Toronto Maple Uaihlnirtna it :\t: .r York this Is a special tournament

he drew No. T. Hill Rise II next Lecher, shortstop: W. D. Joiner third base; Elwood Meek two chickens and a turkey. Harriet 'Two good pitching performance Leafs, finally made the first Patrolt. at .BnntnnNATIONAL game and season tickets do not

.v to the outside in No. 11. or Bill Bartlett left; Berkley LaBaw, center; and Ken GUI in Hearts and Lorene Grlffls highlighted: action last team after having been on the LEAGUE cover it. Special ticket prices '

Mr. Brick got the Inside pod- right. also had turkeys. with Betty night In the DeLand Softball second team twice.In 1'II1I..I"hl. _.w. a.3. .P.c.st 05 will be charged for. this game In'

t tlon, Quadrangle No. 2, Wil Bad Riley and Bea Frost ,making League.In addition to Howe, the second a.. 'r"nrl..o __ 5. I Tn t conjunction with the Florida

JJ No. 3, Extra Swell No.4, Mr. chickens. Harriett Heartz Flo games slated for tonight it team picked by 18 sportswriters :,I\I::,I,,. .::::::: : : :m n 354 Activities,. Association.
Moonlight No. 5. The Scoundrel Knight Sue Rainer and Gene will be Roehr Products meeting and broadcasters representing rlll.hllr.1t' ._.. t 5 .fiU I B.T.II'I.Punk.t'! _. AC R (M

< No. 6, Ishkoodah No. 8, Dandy TRIBE BELTS TWINS Walker all made the 3-10 split. the Shady Oaks Fish Camp In all six NHL, cities were (Hs.t,5(toisnatt, _.:::::: ; : :m 4 454 Bell. 5b.p3kr5.v aa---':::::: : I

K. No. 9, Royal Shuck No. 10, Bill Vogenlti and Shirley Drim- the' 7:13: game and at 9 o'clock goalie Charlie Hedge center 1.... At'eilea' ..__ C I" .'7$ fili .I'.r'e_._.._._... I uwnr.t. I
12. mel did a nice job of converting be Ch.es( .-. ??.. 4 7 .254 5 _..... .
and Roman Brother No. Wlnn Dixie will facing De- Jean Beliveau' and defenseman Nsw York .. 2-Is 1 :.557 I t'nd.r4ltt p-It II
714
This undoubtedly will be the the 5810. Barb Shore convertedthe Land Dodge of the Montreal 'TsuSsOAyStaULT5-- .1: Pu'ktt. f b I I
Jacques Laperrlere : Muller l : ,_==: e
best lecond.guess Derby ever. Colt. 45s Halt LA String 5 I, Doris Hopkins. the 27 .In the opener last night Ben Canadlens, Chicago defenseman HniiMnn Philadelphia,' 7fn' I.. Olnrlnnatl A"..'.. |t 0".... Ib _._.. I S e
'The nation's, top Jockeys have ; and Flo Knight the 4 5. Register fired a one.hitter at Elmer Vasko and left J.n P'rswIaut Chlrnao( Iroln). 3t11.BsIwst.r;. rf ..j p..::== : ': :

J played musical saddles with a On the Ladles Ten Pin League the Roehr' Products teams and winger Frank Mahovllch of To Plttihurch Only (r.m.It. MIlwmikM itrhritiil.."1"> '(rain) Price. 11t..r ___. 0 CI
Iota of strikes were being made. actually pitched a no-hitter for nonto.Insuranceinen. TODAY GAMES --'i: Sat.Jse
vengeance.TOP THREATS Phyllis Paul Sophie Woodson, seven Innings as Junior Ward rittibnr".n rnnrliirii.. at I..... An..l.. (:>I) .r __.___. I S S Ht'S'raf'O S
Phillies Another Olive Smith and Frances Bee at ft IXMiln (ISI Taylor, I I' _...__..._A S1tm
Bill Shoemaker, who rode Capture Pat Lilly opened the game for the losers Tork at Dnrlnnatl I V) .. lb ,,_ ....
E. P. Taylor' Northern Dancerto Sheets all made turkeys.Frieda with a single. Register fanned Chlrairn Phllidrlphla,$ .'t Hnu., Mllwaukx.' ,M (X) ('Ci.. : p, ,.__ :_:: I. I I
An W.h". _._........._
victory in the Florida Derby, Mueller, R"by Hood, eight and walked three while ATUNOAV. GAME e'. 1 Stun.y.a.
will be on Hill Rlie. Glenda Sumpter, Becky Hlggln- winning a 7.2 decision for Winn- (>('Strap.... Turk. it at Hmi Cincinnati, lnn (M t ':: ; :=:::::: '1 I 1

Bill Hartack ,who won the U y The Aiioolturf Pr... I Pittsburgh at Milwaukee In the botham Betty HoUlngsworth, Liz Dixie. Defeat Roelir 1'101l..I'la iflllw. .ok.. ,1dx.I1 Os-oi.wss lb _..._._._..__..... 1 41 t I.
Wood on Quadrangle, will be on You'rt Houston Manager Harry NL and Chicago at New Xork Dunn, Von Boulerice, Isabelle The winners had only five hits Kan Plttihurrh$ it $(. Unula$ (V) Rub), Jh ',_ .n
Norther Dancer. Manuel Craft. The score' tied 3.3 In In the AL. Ellas, Joyce Winfrey Pat Safe- but walks and error he'lpedtheir rranHara at Loa Anili (IN) TOTALS _.._.....nn : J
Taylor ..____..__(Ml MA ltlit
Teens, who has previously ridden the seventh and you've got a The Dodger scored In the wright and Jean Parlln an made cause and they tallied four The Conrad Insurancemen TnrniKB INTIMNATIONAL n'. 'Jark.,nvlU4 LEAGUE S JtMph- .__-.._-..AID tun l-|
man on bise, but three of your In the department :n WOOd x>. Puck.tt. sa _
Roman Brother and Northern first thickens. split times In the second inning on scoied In every Inning yesterdayand flnffnln 4. Atlanta I
Inning on a triple by Maury Erta.ll:
next four hitters left handen Cnlumhiia' .
are InabeUeEllas RnrhMtrr I
Dancer will be on The Wills and Willie Davis' sacrifice came Joyce Winfrey Just two hita.SECOND. rolled to a 13.1 win over .
< a rh'Hii.I.| d I
Scoundrel. Bob Usiery win be ,. scheduled to bat ,against. fly but the Colts moved ahead Jennie Bell Louise Clarke, GIME the Roehr Needlemen In Little fltcPACIFIC. COAsT LEAGUE
on Quadrangle.A left handed pitcher. III the bottom of the Inning June Lord, Ruth Schmoyer and In the nightcap it was Charlie League action. TVnviPortli Tndlanapnll' fI II.. Turoma 0 Patton Eying
on
What do you do? Woodson all making baby Nordman '.hitter : dl d tI.l.oolk.
Canadian bred horse never ftond* homer Singles by Nellie Sophie tossing a three Hugh Coftlminl pitched a six- s.c S
!lias Simple: you bettor one of the ones. The ones a little harder to at Clark's Roofing for Gully' I Ark an... T. 11..100.. I (III tnn.'
the Golf
p, won Kentucky Derby Fox. Bond and A.ipromonte hitter for the winners and Ronnie 5... 1'M..n, ". """ ".. CrownPINEHURST
Northern Dancer was foaled at lefty swingers-the one who's made it 3 1 In the third. make wf'ri made by Hilda Butler Construction as the loners Paige rapped a home run Okla City !.12. H..roll 1.4Today's
; the National Stud Farms at Osh- collected a homer and two singles The Dodger tied It with (479)), AJverta Miller ((6710) diopped their tint game of the which accounted for three of the
in three atbati. ), Pauly Whlttaker ((3710)) season. N. C. lAP) -
runs. Clare Ha mill hit a pair of
single runs in the fourth and Stars
IS.810) and Arlette Back In the middle of the week'
What Phyllis Paul Nordman lost his shutout in
happen.? doubles while Coslminl and Ken
filth gainst Dick Farrell, with -
Detroit Lions You get booed And beat BInding the 5.K10. the first Inning on a walk and McQuarrle each had two singles. when he was making putts of
you John Werhaa sacrfllce fly and rolled her y Tha A.... .'.< Prat. 4 to 12 feet look
Bernice FUhpaw double by Earl Connell.Gulley' routine Billy
the Los Angeles Dodger 7 3.That' Ron None of the loser had more
: Falrly's tingle driving In B.\1Tt\'G -. Leon Wagner
tint clean game of 202 on the had seven hit* with Joe Patton the defending champion
the way Craft worked the than one hit and they all went for .
runs. Farrell stopped the Indiana. hit three run' homer
Scratch League this had this to of hit
Pin Belle Nordman getting a triple and say
thing out at Houston
KarrosDETROIT Thursday Dodgers the rest of the singles. double and alllcle l In Clevtv
way. .
Sign real nice
night when he made his strategic The Phillies Jumped out to a 'week. Some other single. Cal Durham and Bill The winners had only eight bits Un4Ta U1clerJ ever Winemta. straight North and South Amateur
moves In t he last of the 2.0 lead la the first Inning and games were bowled also. Patsy Tucker also bad triple for the but 11 walk made their Job .. Golf Championship:
(AP)-Those broad seventh. Eddie Kaiko opened Johnson a 194 and 500, series, "winner. Nordman fanned nine easier _. "If I quit putting I'm gonna
that PITCHING
for Disk l Farrell
was Dennis
,
enough 180 and 493 "
smiles being flashed around the the inning with a single and wa* Bennett who scattered' eight Helen McKechnie a 189 and and walked two.PoUer .A reminder to those attending Colta, bronchi hi.. reeoH to 11 be In trouble
Gardner a The
Detroit Lions' office/ Thursday sacrificed to second. With l lefties bits Richie Allen] doubled one series Jean. HearU a 184, game on Saturday, the contests and ml eM Dodgers' winning year-old Moiganton
ponies Harriett NC lumberman met little
521
meant bad news for the rent of due have been moved one hour
up, Dodger Manager Walt run home and Joe Nuxhall 479 and up streak al .four la 73 Bountontriumph.
the National Football Peg Meyer a 186 and a Heads will be at 1 Wayne Jackson of Hampton,
League. Aliton switched to a southpaw forced In the and the first game .
t'I other by hitting 478 serie
Nell Patti with a nice Va., 13 'yean his Junior In aa
.. Alex Karra, the Lions' star pitcher, Jim Brewer o'clock and the second begin
Tony Gonzalez with a pitch In ,the J10 .
Jennie Bell Converted 18 hole semifinal match today./
tJ 1 defensive tackle who was reinstated Craft let lefty Al Spangler hit hates.loaded at thice.Maihp ,
a situation. Lank-
h last month after and 2410 spilt Eleanor A* 5 H TV Bout Set Bob Allen of Went Hartford
a year's and Brewer walked him Up Twins' starter Dick Stlgman ford made the S-610, Becky Rupe College Play Hufkmtnlth. If ....... t e IJlI.ln. Cons., runner,up last spring
uspenilon for gambling signed next wa another lefty, Walt had allowed only one hit through the '37 ... If ..?.-.__.. I IH 4 II
Wells
j' JIll first two. contract the 3910. Elsie h.llln..,. Sh .-.?__ I C followed against Dale Morey of
year Bond, who hit a two run homerIn five Innings when Leon Wagnerand and Pat Lilly finished the eve ATHENS, Ga. (API-Miami's) V'tn4 Sb ........t. I 5, IIHI. PHILADELPHIA (AP-Stan-) High Point N. C
'Thursday. He said he was anxious the tint Inning and added Vie Davallllo started slugging 310 .........,. aa __... 5- e ley(Kitten) Hayward. a PhUadelphlan .
to start playing. ning with the Jerry Potter carried a onetroke :-I. Pa via, pod .._, .. I II
two tingles for a perfect, night. for the Indians Wagner, FAtfcD TEA'5 .DIm.' lead into the.second a.t.re.:l .............. 1 e and Curtis: Cok..s.from record and is rated 10th by the
Manes was all selection And out he who Rraamnnita IN ........ f '1 I Dallas :
an pro came. also collected a single and Ruckert roiled high sin- Tex meet tonight World Boxing Association. He
Itottl round of the 27th annual Southern fl.twv'.rC .__..__,..t S II
.
before the year's forced Rookie Mike White was sent double* hit a three.run homer In Sic of 197 and Anita McCargo Intercollegiate Golf Tournament <"iiitnlnham, .f... I aJhnn In a 10 round welterweight boutat has had eight knockouts.

layoff. He reported for the signIng up to pinch hit as the crowd a four.run sixth DavalUlo't dou. high. serle* of.509 on the Tea's- today alter posting a three, .ri a .:::::== = Cn.Ioi S : the Blue Horizon Arena Cokes. 26, come Into the ring
weighing a trim 240 pounds booed. They weren't booing ble drove In two runs in a three. Her League. Anita had Jhree tinder (9 In the first round S The tight will be televised nationally with a 39-(-2 recordlncludlnrlT
-some 10 pounds under his 1962 when Whit drove a single past run seventh.U.S. nice game of 186 m.132, Vlr- Georgia par led the team competition ) J.rrlnt';. 1-==:As!.' iCasrad C H: (ABC.TV) starting at 9 knockout, and a No. 6 ranking

playing weight. third base driving In Kaiko, 'guile Lewis rollf'd'a nice 183, in both the SIC and Southeastern 54um.tcn III _.. I S .. pm. ESTcHayward. In the welterweight das by

,Karras and Green Bay Psck Bob Aopromnnte then was Intentionally Girls; Bow Flu Hoffman had a nice 4S6' series Conference play which 04! ('no'. 'minI. C __ 4 3ariS.a J ,23, baa aa 112-1 ,' WBA.

era halfback Paul Hornung walked to load the i' and Velma Seymour had a are held simultaneously.' $ The J! .. :_.. -==:,= I IS2rlClth. f

4," were impended by NFL Commissioner banes" and left.swinging Rusty LIMA. Peru .(AP) Russia nice <454.< Some real tough split Bulldogs fired' a 289 three ahead m-.a.."III n'___'''0'_ S I e 1 II..
,
Pete Rozrlle for gambling Staub was up. Craft let him hit, were" made by Bess Gervals ( of second place Wake Forest.Three )l.nd..sef,3. C RE-ELECT
Virtually wrapped its second _.... __.
e
up 151.10.nd }folnw..f. 41 S
on NFL ,amea. Their reinstatement and he did-lacing a double straight Women's World Basketball 5-11.) Anita McCargo ( I SEC golfers Richard .1,5.,. 2h .., _. 5 1 '
followed separate' I down the right.field ,lint that Williams of Georgia, Maury T.ct.,3b.e I JIM
Championship by cruihlng Rolh. .l. rf _.. S
rm 1 1
; review of their records by Rowile. cleared the bal '. the I Flnkelstela of Louisiana Slate J nl, rt _
n 'That ended the strategy' bat. United night. State 7137 Thursday Holding and Bert Greene, fired 70s for a'.rr;;'I'OTALS..14; ,ml If -.,-=.:::. I 13.s; ; MAUNEYCOUNTY

tie, and the Dodgers' four-gam* It was the fifth straight triumph Results' a second place tie in the SIC.They Rothr ..... "..=._.:jCnnriil : Ste 0445
NOW AIM CONOITIONEOII tied for the SEC lead. ------.2 SJl-IJmOlt
; winning streak. for the Soviet girls in the were SB Mamlll i.MR.I I I
OTHER GAMES champlonihlp round and' In. MIXIO Johny Lamey of Alabama followed SURVEYOR
OCLANO
I Philadelphia made It threevictories created tMlr point total in the KI,..'...... 'u,.' M.'..... .. with a n. The Hit ,thickened valuable player In the National
Ies in a row by beating standings to 10. Bulgaria defeated .r..AIaad.... c...,..,.S. Webs......u./,'a. a-1| at par 72 Including Bob Basketball Association by Th. only candldat. who

Cincinnati S1 In the only other Brazil 6049 tn the opening C... Ii Jack'.lIa.u..... 0...... Wolfe of Middle Tennessee Slate the United States Basketball

National League game played. game of the night' doubleheader pasu. Si 5.Pilm 0.111. .ice en 4 Wa555, C. S.C.senic'I. ftul,Ta< Rich KarU of Florida State, Writer Association. II a professional tnglnter
In American League action and tied Czechoslovakia for C.lI..t.' *. Dennis MUne of Wake Forest Oscar Robertson of the Cincinnati and iurryor.
HubClay.. laa.' Mh' d."*la. Giles of and Royal wa runn r.up. fnl-
AJC Ti MlMgMJohn's Cleveland belted Minnesota 8 <' second at seven point I. 141 i.l wra... 4SJ. Vinny Georgia
: and Kansas City walloped Detroit 'The American and Yugoslavia I....,* Willi.'". .maul dlhin Dwight NevU of North Texas lowed by Boston Celtic Bill Vote For Continued Quality Service I
Bar 10.3.ThI'H are tied at' six followed .1.).. sill. Jacfc( Far*, 5455.05'.a. I State. Russell In voting by member
545W5l5s.'s of a 27.man committee, announced (Palltteal( Atv. PaU Tar By James R. Maiinay>
$ee* games were rained out by Brazil with five and Peru, la Idels ClaM .4cC'|., Playing In his third SIC tOIlJ'o'namtllt.
: I -San Francisco at Chicago and last place, with lour SOIt Oratnltn. ..''th ". 11(to.TIA Potter' 35-3&-fi9 Included Thursday

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: Rut MM. hlaM as5ls' l'$l !lucky today" he said. 'But the

E. WILLIAM "BILL" vl,.' .'l Lilwa...d'tD.... thr.: 4S way I hit the ball I could have
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; NittMTtReaaaaa The Miami senior was thirdIn
THI OH Id OF Blattrta S. eHtiamR 1962 with a 288 and was sixth
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OP THIS OUTSTANDING CANDIDATE 'l.i>aMa M.......- ti'tk a"a>*. .... I.I Everybody in Volusia County can Vote for Fred R. Ormand!

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