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Serving All West Volusia County .

Vol. SO No. 133 Thursday,' February 2O, 196-1 DC La ml, Florida fEB 2,1 / F _



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State- alla l CeremonyTALLAHASSEE tl I, :::I

w i w 1. For :: :
urn 'president Deltonat :
( Lyndon B. Johnson will \ 1
6 participate In ground-breaking Feb. 27 for the long dreamed of ,..' ,

5, I I X. cross state barre canal. J'?%,- ''. .rti
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The ceremonies are planned near the Rodeheaver Boys ,
Ranch. 10 miles southwest Palatka., but no( time was set immediately ,'d i!tq '
v '< .

i w Gov. Farris Bryant said President' aide. Kenneth O'Donnell Road Access;:
notified him Wednesday the President" would attend the Cf'..... '

mony. Johnson Is flying to Florida next Thursday for a fundraising .j...." :t'
i dinner at Miami Beach' Volusia County Commissionerstoday Beach for more funds. 'Commissioners :\ .
The Army Corps of Engineers' recently awarded contracts ..w.rdrd1O: contractfor were advised that there
exceeding $1 million on the project, expected to cost about $138: work on several road In has been an extra heavy Increase
r I million. ,. Orange City and DeBary Ins In the case load sine
Johnson supported the canal to link Jacksonville to Yankee- eluding a link from Deltona to September and although grocery

town when he was in Congress and Indicated he was still behind the Enterprise Road.Commissioners order wer cut the department rl, wt P ,jr.t
the project.when.he becameXreMdrnt.DeBary awarded contracts will be $4,000 in the red by .
III PRINCIPALS AT UNITED FUND STUDY GROUP. MEETING for road work In excess March 1.Family.
Frod Detrick ... Ed Smith ... Fr.d Kent . . .. ....I :,f ,'1V I V W of $141.000.( welfare had $13.000 In

.. . . . , County Engineer! w. D. L... Its budget J. V. Dojte. finance
Velll said that the Markl officer said. Doyle questioned
Top Leaders Talk By Fred Karl -' British UnitIs Brother, developer- of why the. United Fund give only
providing the bane for the $17,000 annually to Family Welfare ,::
I 1.3 mile. for the St. John Road "that really doe the c'' x
II connecting link The will charity work" and 1t
<< county yet give
I Government Fired) On provide the paving. $.'\ ) to the Red Cross and SIT,.
{ Seen Key To Interference ; Other roads Included In the 000 to the visiting nurses. +t '
contract awarded to Womack (ICnnilnn il .n r.a. Two>
Asphalt Co.. low bidder are N.
Carpenter' Ave., S. Holly Ave
United Fund By CypriotsNICOSIA and N. Orange Ave., In Orange Faster"Mixing9 r
Seen Business Deterrent City: S. E. First St., S. E. Sec..
Cyprus (urn) i of Orange City and Sepp Road. w .
9 Successful effort to launch a By HELEN CORLE tourist and agriculture. Climate Is not to "guarantee anyone' a Armed Cypriots In a displayof DeBary.
United Fund In any community Run News Staff Writer and weather' affected both. profit nor U It a sin to make a growing:: anti-British feeling Nan WORK !
depend upon "opinion leaders "Business 1 I. the core of life DIFFERENT CLIMATE profit. lie said that businessmen opened fire on British soldiers The county and city agreed in LtL
being sold" a group of 23 West In America and has tile right 'Today we are dependent upon and industries' should .b*- today for the first time sine participate .V).50 In the cost of
Volusia businessmen were told to be relatively tree of government a different climate," the 39-year encouraged to grow and prosper' the current Cyprus crisis beganIn four-laning the river front road
fundraiser old Beach de. I and December. In New Smyrna Peach from the Is .. ..StsNEW
yesterday by a professional Interference, Fred Karl Daytona attorney to meet competition. Asked
candidate for the Democratic dared. "We need good political. H* scored the antiquated tax: No casualties were reported north tn the south bridge. .
Tom Albert Boy Scout executive nomination for Florida eov..monhlp. social and economic climate' law with their existing inequl. In the attack.Brltlxh New' Smyrna Beach' officials ; WritEr. : MIH!' .New.
from Sanford explained to added that with ; official said IrregularC appeared for the hid openingand sheet algnw attached I* high
,', told DeBary Chamberof He Industry ties and adverted that the tax .
a United Fund study group of Commerce member last moving Into the state and re law be reviewed and revised.He I. >prlot soldier In the Greek went Into conference with SclionMiitrprntinrtIn metal pale arc Nine Installed.
the DeLand Chamber of Com night tlrees selecting Florida as their predicted the soundness ofa sector of Nicosia/ flivd on a Chairman Harris Saxon on Joint Voliiftln by DeLand public work crewa.Tbn .
4 merce that community leader British patrol. The troops participation\ In the entire cost, Duval) new feign. are metal, light
Karl Volusia County State home Florida was not solely dependent favorable economic climateon
e must first be sold on the Idea searched a nemby" building andetained < Daytona Beach Paving Co. green In color, and lettered la
noted that h* agriculture and climate
Representative upon a good( political Labeled() 'Too Slow'JACKSONVILLE white, The
low signs
was bidder at IftT.SM. Saxon see beingmanufactured
"because' people give money. to was addressing his remark to tourist although both were still He said the state need "politi two Cypriots who lat f'
at the
Jenplnot to agencies.. Those er were released. said the entire project would runabout city'*,
active and retired business men an Important part of the state's cal maturity" with the government .
!; worksgarage. Intallttlon.
$100,000 as condemnation (UP1I) Th. 'I
donations The
asking for must be British said that In thefuture
and who had vital Interest economical prosperity.In the mental hospitals
a providing
DC the
U.S. signs began I this
costs for an old house needed District Court wa asked
widely respected, he said. Greek '
in the prosperity of the stressing the need for a the training schools for no Cypriot Irregulars week .a street. where" ,
If the attitude of the leader would be allowed to patrol would run $''.000( to Wednesday tn speed up de egr. existing
.tat*. strong economic climate Karl retarded children the educational concrete markers
Is enthusiastic then "this the Daytona Beach Paving\ also was gallon of pupil and faculties at ar* tn poor
me.nlmore quarter They will b
H noted that few year cored l price fixing or grantingtax system the road and replaced i-nndltlnn..
than the economic condition a ago by official( \ police.Th low bidder for IH.SOO: (for paving\ public schools In Duval and (Nun News Photo by
the state depended entirely upon benefit for special Interest other facilities needed. ItUhop)
of the Albert work In Ormond Beach.RKtJUKNT Volusia) counties.Th .
community. I officials said hellevM
climate" for its propertty. The groups "Th state leadership must. .
lICFPIIRP.11Commissioners : : .
motion said
..declared.MEET of the state He said that government'" role . 'the Incident wa due to roust approved -
two crop were (C.ntlauM n F s Tw") 1 1'u.s..sVPREMEfcoVRT deferred until plans for
"Individual actions of the Irrefful desegregation.
The Boy Scout executive spoke next meeting a request from the were nuwtng too slowly Fire Cause
r* .lather than\ a* part ot ew10r.tM.led
w 'to... tiunfbrvn. meeting" the RULINC-VIWE/ '__lJItr M .r,}f, ./ trl/ato-/ ,: ..Family.? Welfailn Dayton. j ":.:.They Jfotton*_ aakgpll,. Ujtt gat- ...:;"'<<._ .-'r......;__ h..: ..", _._ >. ,
study group held tn the calto .) - ,. j. !"rrt.1' AINIICt1 t r.rVf 1, rfnsffB jjjj togfljTIi.;:.. !;, .. '
Kitchen pur'po.eof o which was Though' 'the Incident w..' Inolated ft8vic
to lay plan for Instituting a and relatively harmless, through I lie required To attend ;
United Fund In this area. Governor Plans No Session It wa ,significant In that the the schools In their zones
Fred Derrick chairman of the armed attack was the first on The Duval County motion lurether
study group said It was the aim British troop sent lo Cyprus to asked that the school system .
of the chamber to make the upervls' a cease-fire between be required to accept By Officials]
United Fund West Volusia pro- warring Creek and Turkish Cy application from any Negro or
gram not one confined to De- To Reapportion Districts In FloridaTALLAHASSEE prloti. whit child in grades 6 through
r.. r U to transfer
lo the school
Land. The attack ram at a timeworn
Spark from an acetylene cub (
L. nearest Ms horn.
Fred Kent, president of the the Cypriot press uu w u ". In'tensifving Th* Volusia ting torch apparently caused afire
DeLand chamber Mid initial County motion did not contain
a campaign against
In the main hangar at De-
steps would be to "take the (UPI Cov. he had the problem' under con.tlnuous Rep.- William C. Cramer R- the British for their. role In the fr this' provision, Land Airport yesterday after
temperature" of the communityto Farris Bryant said today h* has study and wanted to Fla.. and state GOP chief Tom eace-keeplng' operation. Greek Both motions asked that anon
learn the attitude of the majority no plans for calling a special see what was happening in other Fairfield Drown Both men filedseparate Cypriot newipaper' have! accused teachers principals and other. Fir department officials sail!!
of people.CHAIRMAN. legislative session to reappor- states.TWO presidential. slates, one the British ot siding with 1 r supervisory or supporting personnel damage to one wall of the building
SET tint Florida1 congressional districts. roMiBiLmrs unpledged and the other pledged he Turks. --- b* assigned' on a nonracial occupied by Cabinets Ine*
Kent appointed Ed Smith The governor told his new to Sen. Barry Goldwater.' Britain was flying In 1.VX) basis manufacturer of kitchen equip
treasurer of Roehr Products "I have not reached a conclusion conference that he saw two possibilities Bryant said any division of more troops tn holster its S.Ono- / II" VOM'MIA' MOTION meat was about 100. '
Inc., as chairman of a planning about a course for Florida. one a session this opinion In the Republican Party man peace fore*. The fore Light S'Hlrlu ,,,, Th* Volusia motion asked that Firemen fought the blares

committee. Smith has been a ." he said. year before the November elections "would be welcomed. by all has com under" Increasing NEW: YORK (tUrn A pin. th* Hoard of Education: be prohIMled which wa discovered about I 13
long-time advocate of welfare-fund some typeof Bryant said his first thoughtswere or two some action with loyal Democrats. It would be train because of continuing point of light sighted by a horn using that part of p.m. for over an hour Spark
community-wide. that It would be Improperto in the. next two year : very helpful." communal clashes' In rugged .arrh plan near 'the founder- the approved! Integration' : plan from 'the cutting torch reportedly
program.Dr. call a special session duringan "Offhand, said Bryant "We (Cmma*** en race .....) outlying areas.I'KVI'KSSfW. log British freighter Ambasna- that give pupils an option to set fire 'to a rubbish heap on the
Amos. Barnard was apCContfnu election year. But .he. said ought not to do It now and If I. attend ,th* school nearest. their' building's ground floor. Cm.ploye .
.t ell Pit. Twe) _ ___ ._ __ dor held out slender hop 'lo-
w. don't do -I'. now, the urgenry --- --- - --- L horn where members of their' extinguish the blare. An
day that some of the II ml.
I I. gone." lIF.T/IUNE.000KAf.IK ran wer numerically .predominant hour later' a burning wall In Ule
who 'took to
along crewmen
ANGERED OVER PROSPECTIVE JURORSRuby's H* said It change were madeIn during the school year southwest corner of the largohangar
life tads two days
the congressional districts, ago mayyet 1W3! 41.Th was found.At .
sparked! by a recent ruling of be alive In the stormy Negroes said tfategrega 11:10: p.m., firemen' were
the U.S. Supreme Court It might Daytona Man' Will Seek: forth Atlantic tine. waa going tat' slowly and called lo 399 E. Howry Ave aftera
Lawyer Demands b* best for them to be .handled Twenty other rrrw members that In Volusia only 19 Negroesout conkatov exploded In a home
by a new Legislature anda were rescued from the flooded of 4.000 were attending owned by Martin Johnson No
new governor. and heavily listing Ambassador grade 1 through 13 with more damage by fire was reported
Hi said there were. some dls- Post On School BoardRogers ) Wednesday and the body of than 11.000 whit students official said.Florida .
Transfer parities In representation In the the", freighter' captain was recovered The Negroes' said. In Duval Korea! Service ranger) .
Murder-Trial .
stat' also. fought' two fire al the airrport
congressional apportion County only 13 Negroes out of
ment. He Mid the district with 23.000) were attending schools' yesterday on at 1:30: p.m.
the greatest: difference In popu- Cubans Hoard Itttati with 73.000 white. They" said six just east of the main gate which
P. Fair 46. of Daytona burned one-tenth. of an acre ot
Ration wa the sixth representedby out of 1 LI schools
|III Duval had
DALLAS (t1J'D-J'.ele Rutty'slawyer Th* fashionably-dressed Mrs. Rep. Paul Roger of West Beach, a professor at BethuneCookxnan KEY WESTVrenty wru-) been Integrated.. grass, and another.. at theIr.attso4 .
erupted angrily in court Walne was dismissed I "for Palm Beach. College, today announced nine Cuban poachers
i today and t w I lee demanded' cause." So! was 3. P. Carr. a On another subject the governor that h* will seek the chatting gaily. and puffing long .- I
transfer of the murder trial to monument maker, who was the said lie Bad not kept closely' District 2 School Board pout be .1 cigars. .left Jail and hoarded
another city because two propectiv *- fourth venlreman" for the day. abreast, of activities In the Republican Ing vacated by Richard Living heir' four boat today to "head

Juror had opinions on Carr said. be had no scruples Party where an apparent .to.As.. far as could be determined, for home, but couldn't start one You May Already
Insanity and Rid')"'* guilt against I capital punishment. rift has developed between It I I. the first tim that a Negr. 01 their Russian built engine, .
Chief defense attorney Melvla Repair were expected- to take
has entered' a campaign for a
Belli renewed his motion for a WHO WILL CAST STATE'S VOTES? county office.Candidates. several hour
change of venue" to any other for school .horf Smile quickly" turned to Own The Other Half

Texas community when the qualify la their residence) zonei frowns when one of Ute boats,
.tat. Insisted on questioning a and run county-wid seized. In U. S. water. Fto. 2.refuted .

prospective Juror who said be I Problem In Florida Fair's platform Include a five a to start Th* men, who Of This Air Conditioner
did not believe Ruby could be Big point program. lie said h* wU! had Just finished" 1* day. In jail !
proved Insane at the time be I "work toward a quality programof bit down on 'their' stogie and
hot L* Harvey Oswald.II education for every child uiVolusia went to work:,
demanded trial In another County make librarervlce ,. -

city "where it win be apparentthat Viewed For Goldwater and facilities& avaUabMla I'llnt; Tn IlesurnHAVANA :r r .;,..t' SAVE I Id'
w* are not In the dark aU M-honla. and Improve tlwmental IVTll Richard :
ages that there is such a thingas health program throughout
Wright of Miami the pIM who
the school eta<
He insanity.was overruled. er. u...... Pres. tet .seaee.t over the difference la slate pledged that .b* would urceasingty : was forced lo Dy .here at run- I L I15ONOWT
onflow: errED Barry Goldwater' biggeai filed by Brown red by St. for a program flecunorny "point.. Tuesday by two Cuban
problem In Florida la the sew Petersburg GOP CoegresemaaWlniun that wtfl allow tile maxImum luMiKtu r. rAnII sky hllackera la returning .
The defense demanded cfcaagsj political season la stopping th* C. Cramer. use of the tax dollar for horn today la the hijacked 1 C
ef venue again when Mrs. H. fight! ever who would cut the Cramer was named by Southern educational purpose piece." 0
M. Wain, a widow, declared tatc's vote tar aim at the regional Goldwater chairmanJelin CLERICAL HELP: I Fair, I U a native of. Grftwond. I II'rlrt'u !
la ate case S.C*, hi* public o
SB had aa opinion GOP national convention. Grenier of Alabama
He ala win seek to laere*** Take Potshot
and "." mtaOlgmt person can school education tr*. H* bold
Star qualifying ep.ft..sru- organizer ef tb* Arizona senator's ate number of clerical personnel
avoid having on*.** day tfe* formal start of tJM efficUl delegate slat, and .la each school so teacher w.:Jhsv. .at AB degree from Clark Col- DALLAS IUP1 -A fre "lane I Iwt1ter '
Judge Jo* B. Brews ordered 194 warrtag amog candidate, Cramer Sled a slat Tuesday mor tint for their teacnlag. I.leg from Gammon In Atlanta a BD degree SeerMary .-...'...... Mr. Mary : : Revolutionary advances In Air Conditioning .
the trial to I coattaw and mer th* COP'S problem bee drawn pledged to Goldwater.l Brawn I *.* s,_. blabbering raargeaof ""
vealremca were n .d. In th* a* mark attention a* the warnv filed a slat 01 npJedced del. Fair, fa discussing th* transfer : and from a Master Atlanta. Degree University. 1nMrtolegy I "Cnenmvalst" and "Malta," by General Motors a Delcol! .

fourth day ef th* trial net ODe "pa of the legion of bopuH gate who are known Gnldwsterwppnrler of sturtettts from MMT ate* t I. I Wednesday night' fired a gun Use Furnace duct .
Juror bad yet been quann.d. MOSTLY Democrats ao far *. another to .integrate Ih* ceWs: .It. did I wildly at asj airline'' pse tger sh* | your and system to cool
earning Into tb* arena seeking BKOWN'S 1Uar.F.; ..... post gradual.. duty' atPcaa.ytvaaia I believed wa Cordon MrLeadon, home! Call for full details.
Beatles Rrlax state fOce*. Brown charged Wednesdaythat -Children ought to go t t. a Ilaafartfc Cetteg Foundation. la 157 under a candidate lor the. V S' Senate.rAet. your
Republican State Chairman gamer wee only .Interested school .In their. turn mmmuin' '. .J aka, \\ eke was not near. '
aa attended
MIAMI BEACH UPI Britain's I Tom F. Brown of T.rn..Id .In winning. swe-nt** control School tflatrtda *n* ld Sofia >. I verity In XUglaad In I9GM.fU fal- the. airport asked U.S. AU,.. ,
Beatlea hoped to get In a Wednesday an official of the *f IB* parry In Florida. normal pattern *f the. coiner 4- I Pine. 'been chaplain and Ot. RAtwrl Kennedy for a fed- Brandon Electric
teal round of sun-lanniag. today GnMwater campaign at tIM aa* and that Grenier" "...... out th* Jty. 1 dnn't a.atrat"l chairmen ttt in* rrfMrtm rfit atfUlicfaMI I eral Investigation ""'tll an a'
before heading North aad then I ttmtaf level bad contacted' him enatnr for th* personal gala of I pnrng stuOrau unless acrs- and Phil* pay ml Seth.ICeeca4 I trropt spore the life of a federal I Ii 401 NORTH SOUMDAftr <
fcnm to England. aeekteg a meeting to smooth gamer: I WI). I e. r.. Twe1 i candidate." I PMONI{ 73447)2

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School Post Three-Day EarthquakeClaims

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Seen In Tax Cut (C ntlnu." from Case On.>

une:Cookman College since 1946.
No Casualties
He is secretary of the Florida

WASHINGTON (UPI) Congressional have the tax bill reduced by Conference' of the Methodist

leaders l were confident $237 a year.Twothirds. Church and Chairman of the I
of the tax: reduc
today the $U.5 billion tax tion bill will be effective this Board of Missions.He LAJES AIR BASE, Azores of Terceira was a communications

cut bill would be on President!! year, retroactive to Jan. 1. serve as pastor of the (UPI) The islanders of nearby center for the rescue operation

Johnson's desk by the middleof The remainder will go Into effect Stewart Memorial Methodist Sao Jorge escaped three after the tremors beganto

next week to provide an ear. Jan. 1, 1061. The cuts do Church in Daytona Beach and days of destructive earth Jar Sao Jorge Sunday night.

ly March paycheck boost for not apply to taxes due now. on was the first Negro to serve as shocks without casualties, but Gale winds of up to 80 miles
1963 Income.: president of the Ministerial Association many of the 1,800 who fled say per hour kept rescue planes on
million of wage earners. the ground, but an International
U. S.
of the Halifax Area in t they will never return, a
The final compromise version Air Force spokesman said to fleet bucked high waxes to
-- 1)5R. He was the recipient of a Id + +, t a'li
of the tax cut In i come to the aid of the Island
biggest Certificate for Distinguished 1i'rl' day.This
U. S. history was cleared by a Market I Service by the Ministerial GroupIn i dr 'd big V. S. Air Force en.
House.Senate conference committee I960.! e Base on the neighboring islam RESCUE DROPPEDBy

Wednesday almost 13 I I Fair is serving on the Mayor's u Wednesday night, how.

months after the late President Advisory Committee for Interracial ever the shocks appeared ta

;John F. Kennedy proposed to Summary Affairs, Daytona Beach; Contract Set have ended and the rescue op

[i"'remove the brakes" of high on the Library Advisory' Committee eratlon was suspended temporarily. -

'Vartima\ federal tax rates. for Volusla County, and U there are no further

House leaden planned to allot Ait reported hy UPI and the Is a past president of the Social For Dcltona tremors' It may not be re

one hour of debate and pass local Reynolds and Ce..ffle.. Engineers Inc. sumed.
Stocks held steady early todayIn There are about 18,000 liland- t

,. (See Story On Pale II) moderate pre-holiday week CIVIC MUSIC DRIVE BEGINS The annual drive for membership in De- Road Access en remaining on Sao Jorge, apencil

end trading. 31 WorkersAt Land's Civic Music Assn. will officially be gin tomorrow with a kick-off coffee at 10 shaped Island about

'the' bill vet Tuesday. The The business news backdropto a.m. at the DeLand Golf and Country Cl ub. Here, Mrs. A. H. Gaede center chair twice the sire of New York
Senate was to follow suit the (Continued: from Pit On.> City's Manhattan with volcanoes .
the market remained bullish man of the coffee meeting goes over drive plans with Mrs. Raymond Hussey left
same day or Wednesday. Final with an 8 per cent gain In new Rochr'sGive publicity chairman and Mrs. Warren Jewe, headquarters chairman. The drive will He contended that the United at each end. Most of the

approval by both chamberswas orders for durable goods in last for a week. Membership for 1964 will be limited to 800. (Sun News Photo by I Fund does not allocate sufficient clay and wooden houses In the
Vila das
assured. January after two months of funds to those groups which do island's largest town
19 PER CENT CUT Bishop) actual charity such as buying Velas, were destroyed. One refugee
declines; higher prices for gasoline Blood
When fully effective In 1965. groceries for families in need. said <4,000< to 5000 cattle
in the mid continent;
the average taxpayer will enjoy talsrrrssssssss. so1 Commissioners. !! agreed to mar have been killed.
price boosts by match manufacturers Government
about a 19 per cent tax and a less than anticipated Thirty-one pints of blood were write to the United Fund for an The last shock Wednesday

cut the first major reduction decline in short Inter. received at a special Red Cross News Briefs explanation. morning was the strongest geophysical !

In federal Income taxes since est. Nood drawing held yesterday' at CapsuleOf OTHER ACTIONS experts said. It measured

a 10 per cent slash In 1954. the Rohr Products plant. Interference In other actions the Board: 8 on the internationalscale

Most Important to the President Ford moved up neatly a half Harry Goldman, plant manager From -AUTHORIZED LeVellle to of 12. They said it may
the take home of after a spokesman for the company was in charge of recruit EventsIn alleviate
pay see what could be done to have been the final eruption of
wage earners will Increase an predicted auto productionthis ment and Ben Smith local Red Hit By KarlContlnu the problem of moisture in a submarine volcano they believed i

average of $4.50 a week eight year would reach 8 million Cross blood chairman: praised the voting machine barns. Super. caused the tremors.

days after the bill Is signed units. Other motor stocks followed Goldman's efforts. Area Towns from ran Out) DeLaml visor of Registration Katherine The Azores are mountain

Into law when payroll withholding Ford's lead. Srnona rejected because Odham said that some machines peaks on a 10,000 mile under. ;

rates drop from 13 to 14 Steels held steady. Du Pont of colds will donate at the have the ability to distinguish ".....t wet"!' at times. The condi pea range called the Mid-Atlantic
lost more than one in the regular Red Cross blood drawing between the need and desiresof tton is in the barns on the
per cent. GLENWOOn" !ST.! .IOHNS CHAPTER *17 of worse Cordillera There!! are frequent
Johnson Is! anxious to see this chehlcals Control Data, whichIs to be held Tuesday at Fish The second In the series of the people We must have the The National Association Of Retired east side of the county. She said seismic disturbances

$27 million a day in greater offering $35 3 million of convertible Memorial Honpltal. Friday evening Lenten serv. will to fill the needs and know" Civil Employes (NARCE) that in some areas dchumidifiers along the range, the longest In

consumer spending start flow. debentures, declined" A bigger: turnout would have Ices will be held tomorrow when to say no to the desires, will meet at 1.30: p.m., Feb 23 were Installed. "We have the world but mot of them

Ing Into the economy as earlyas about two In the electronics been made, Goldman said, but from 7:13: to 8 p.m. In the he added.TAX They will meet at the Veteransof more than a quarter of a million are far from any land.
this election where IBM lost around because of the three-shift schedule REVISIONKarl dollars invested in voting machines
possible year. one. Glenwood Presbyterian Church Foreign Wars Hall Euclid Even though the danger appears -
The compromise bill which Bayuk Consolidated Cigar at the plant it was difficult with the Rev. James B. Me- stressed that to obtain and Alabama .Vf" and we must protect this past, the Air Force

emerged from the House-Senate and Universal Leaf were' off for all persons who wanted todM.te Gaff speaking on the theme, the things needed that it is necessary machinery." she declared. spokesman' said "some of the

conference group after four one to nearly two in the tobaccos times scheduled.Gallon to available. at the "As The Son of God." for the state to revise Fire Cause OKAYED two requests!! from people never want to go backto
the' its tax structure. Edward Zagar, district biologist "
of bargaining gave
days but Liggett tt Myers pickedup Club members who donated their!! island' again.
: State Game and Fresh
for the
new Chief Executive about all more than a point.At of "The tax structure must befavor.ble They apparently fear that the
were Ralph Handyside
that he wanted. Lake Helen who his 36th Thieves Toss to business and to the Is Viewed W.t.rIsh Commission. Zager!! two volcanoes, on the Island
gave asked that the board grant an
51 MILLION GET CUTS 12:17: p.m. Stock prices pint, and H. Samuel' Root Jr., people. Yet it must provide for easement on old S.R. 11 at Lake will become: active. The geophysical -
It provides top-to-bottom cuts the needs. This can be done by have warned
were mixed In moderately active who gave his 30th pint, Donald Officials Dlas so the state could build a experts
In tax rates for about 51 million trading. H. Fox: gave his 20th pint, and Frat Trophies everyone paying a fair share of By public ramp on the old road. that a major eruption on Sao
taxpayers in all Inrnme brackets. Mary Dickens in now a memberof the taxes and not overburdeningany Jorge: could split the narrow island .
Chrysler was 40j4 4 % Pan The Fish Commission has approval
Another 1.5 million would up ; the Gallon Club, having donated segment of) the population."We (Conttau4 from F... Oft.) State Road i in half.Bryant.
from the
I Amer. World Air 65% off %;
be removed from the tax rolls must have good sound of which burned
her 8th pint.Oth..r end a runway
RiverWhat to build parking area
liberal Xerox 77V4 off lye; N Y Central Into Dept a
through more
altogether donors. were FrederickR. equitable) tax laws he declar.d.pointlnc five acres. along the new road. This will
tax treatment of low Income 33* up.IVi. Book Jr., Max: R. Boiler, out that each session Two fires reported simultaneously be done at no cost to the county. Sees

person' Johns Msnvllle :S6V4 up ?,; Mary M. Brady Richard Clark, was a lark last week In the legislature! passes bills to at S p.m. burned six acres The board also agreed to

A single taxpayer, for example Sperry Rand UH up HJ: Peniisy. Evelyn Cass, Roger L. Crouse, removing trophies from the PI obtain tax revenue from the of grass south of SR 44 on High: designate! Lake Beresford as aItch

earning $5,000() a year will 32 up ". Edwin M. Farnsworth Harry Kappa Phi fraternity house! at area of least resistance.He way 415, and another fire discovered management area. The state 6No Session'On

pay $147 less taxes when the Eastman Kodak 125: %i unch.; Goldman, Junes B. Glbbs, Stetson' University today becamea noted that lobbyists fight at 6:30: p.m. burned 1V4 agency will continue to kill garfish

program Is fully effective. A General Motors 79% up %; Wayne L. Holby, Billy O. Ford, criminal charge. to keep taxes down on their acres of woodland on Carter in the lake and exercise Reshuffle

married couple with two children Amer. Telephone 141% all t *, ; Jack A. Famatiom.. Gertrude Sheriff Rodney Thursby said special Interests or to gain tax Road off Highway 11. close management!! of the fishing.

$10.000 a year Income and .Std. Oil N J 81 Vi off %. \ Cower Doris V. Hunt Louise that Sam Burns \Vhltehalrbrlrtgetender. benefits. Everyone Jtjtshlng In the lake will

typical itemized deductions will Ford 5V4 up l 4; American Kirby, Daniel J. Lascelles. !' reported about .1 TO INCREASE! Leaders need a license with the state (Cnnttau.dfrog. ?: P... one) ,
----- ------ Tobacco :25*. unch. f James L. Lynn Chat,let G.Mnnn .:.30 a.m. that three youth That's what happened to the Top taking it,Zagar said. He also said he was "puzzled"by
Duncan eJ. McBride' Jr.,
On the American Std J< Exchange drove' up in a car and tossed Increase 'On your automobiletags REMOVE SIGNS criticism that the governor
L.H. ]PetitionIs Falcon SeaboaM was Clifford W Newton Sr., Laura something into the river. ," he explained "I fought Seen Key To -AGREED to ask the State and the State Pi'hlic' Utilities
E. Raulerson, C. Wayne Reid
14% unch.; Draper 33 H up V4i I Rums spotter' ] a trophy float. it. Others' fought it, but It Road Department to remove the Commission wasn't doing all
Leon E. Stevens, Bralnard A.
DismissedLAKE Syntex 109 off 1. Stevens Verna. K. Smith Jr., ing and part of a figurine. Anunidentified passed" lie explained that In United FundOonttiin signs in the Ormond area advising they could to settle the strike

fisherman retrived the end there weren't enough / tourists the route to the turn. against the Florida East Coast
Totten and Charles
Dwight D. H
Citrus Carload the' articles which floated hut people opposing this Increasedtax I pike. Commissioners want the Railway Bryant said he understood .

HELEN City com. Report Woodard. others sank to the bottom of the so it was enacted. ( from P... Orpointed .> I signs removed or tourists Informed the federal government

rnlssloners last night dismissed WINTER: HAVEN: (UPhallsearln.dlata ) Volunteer workers! were M... river. he declared by Kent to head a committee : that the turnpike Is 62 hu preempted the field and
asking for the closing' tin basest. arum Ih.Fruit Suzanne Roach. Mrs. Augusta Exactly how were' miss : surprised. ,
petition many 70
a .. whose Job It will be to miles away and It is about there! was nothing the state could
.of. on the shore an4 V.FelabIs h..n DItalons Crooks Mrs. Helen Pattlllo. Mrs. and their value has not been "that there' isnt more grumbling
of the light way ing contact agencies that would be miles closer to Miami by using do unless the! federal govern-
of the west side of the town's Rv ran, IS. M srp.rrult' X,TT1ornn Dean Comer' Mrs. Helen Carey, determined.Last' : over taxes. Grumbling that Included In the! fund to determine U.S. ment out of the strike
..., 545 tern >l I.. hr trurk Is not whereIt got
namesake lake between Michigan ] Mrs Mildred Huffman, Mrs week the sheriff's office! I your money spent 1.OKAYED
411.M13 . .frnl 27,515 ftmnco.. 40 their attitude toward a the
r p placing on
Ave. and Main St. 1.....rln... 7.131! t.mnt.". H14 n."r. Mary Waller. RN. Mrs. Mary was notified that several trophies I is needed but where the legislative !' combined money-raising project.Negro ) -
had been filed by rnttc total S3.T4T araMrrldt, at Benton RN, and Mrs. Geraldine the I power is. Businessmenare ballot a referendum for approvalof Hearing Slated
: were sitting on stepsat
The petition 14* nrans :., 4* tanaet.;. ..., ,. JTchip creation of the Ponce DeLeofi
property owners on the west side t.opl,... AU tnurrntlm. rnr a Hays RN the First Baptist Church. entitled to see the tangible .
of the lake. They had offered to pin total ..f 't.U3. *...10.' . Dr. C G. Bower was the physician They were recovered and returned results of their tax contributions Inlet and Port District This within affects Over ,New TrialCircuit
r'ann.ry per.lpta trap. those residing
exchange other property for the frost. 141.52 for a cann.ry in charge.Warming. to the fraternity house. to the state and the nation. I News district the east coast
.... the on
right-of-way. total 01 351,525 ho Thursby said that placing the "Good businessmen want onlyto Judge Howell Melton
-REFERRED to Saxon: a request
During a meeting last Wednesday E iM"U'S Trend trophies where they could he operate in a framework 01( from the Volusia County has set!! a hearing!! for a new

residents had voiced found Is a prank but taking honesty and fair play to be free Cattlemen's Association that extension trial for Merlwether Smith convicted .

vigorous protests to the pro'posit. Seen ()1'" Area them and throwing them In the of undue pressure from govern 'Power Ser'ice'Set be granted on the adoption of the murder of his wife

N"rt1o..t> JACKSONVILLEFlorMa k.:.. M.rV\ .tPrle river Is stealing and destructionof ment, to enjoy the profits of of the proposed District !5'J several years ago for 1:30 p.m.
Also during last night's meet .. to R.lallri. Although another chilly night' another's property. their labors" At Church comprehensive: Zoning Plan. Cattlemen March II.Smith's.

log,. the commissioners heard .a rtr: Lens _____u.......Cartlna 4JV./a Is In stole for West Volusla, U.S. Deputy: sheriff R. F. Tuiley SOCIAL CLIMATE want an opportunity to attorney B. R. Nager
report that no specific action MnaIIC *""**""""- "* meteorologist Rollo Dean said today and city police are working on The economic climate Is also There will be an hour of power the and to register Orlando has sought a new trial
.........nZl" 4A 4MtMllr : study zoning
had been taken as a result of Laps. .1-1-...........:. 4t --4Mtdllim that a warming trend Is expected : the case affected by the social climate service at the New St. John protests.AUTHORIZED. claiming that nf'W'! evidence has

a meeting with Orange City _... *H4IKmHtl tomorrow In the state, he contended."If Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Sun. CommissionerJim been uncovered.
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-- -- Smith was sentenced to life
Telephone Co. officials over ... 54 Forecasting fair skies with a Transfornter Burn ; the state government fallsto day. The Rev L. Luther pastor Dixon to go to Tallahassee
service In Lake Helen. Pnullry C-ti..j--Fr-.r.l 14lHn low temperature. of 33 to :38 degrees solve the problems aroundthe of Mt. Calvary Baptist Churchof March' 3 for the opening of bids Imprisonment for the murder of

Mayor Erston Royal appointed rnnr.vOLUI. tonight Dean predicted 31 WOOO I* SilencedA conference table instead of New Smyrna Beach and his on the Barberville.Ormond link his wife Zona in their home on

the recreation committee to COUNTY... Ctn.. to reading< In pockets on the streets, we lose man congregation will be In chargeof from Ormond Beach to the Interstate the Enterprise Road Their son

meet with representatives of the 1'1'': '' Lar.. _______ 4" ... with scattered frost in coldest high-voltage' transformer hours the economy drags and the service. The public Is In Highway. Samuel was a major) witness
Community Improvement Association ''1'.. u_____________--_ ., ." locations.He burned out this morning' at the the state gets a black eye," Karl vited. The Rev. Harold Dixon) 1. -CALLED for bids for paving against his father during the
___ ,
M.dlurn- _______ 41 14c .
nu Radio Station WOOO transmitter trial.
to plan a program ._t' uA said that partly cloudy and declared indirectly yet obviouslyreferring pastor. 1ft Districts 2 and 3.
providing areas for playing ; .. dra.rnm, IIV"I I. I' warmer weather' is anticipated making it Impossible for to possible racial probe The Junior chair of the NewSt. -- --

football, basketball baseball 1'nultrytn.n'a: A.., 1 Friday night with no frost danger the station to>> begin broadcast lems. John Baptist Church' will 'Wall' Meet Set Deadline AnnouncedDeadline

and tennis. Plan Stetson Visit Saturday morning ing. "We're not here to take tipanyone' sponsor a wiener roast Tuesday
This low at Dean's Brian Tolby, station I N Feb :28! for party
met nlng's manager fight and I believe that night at 730.: There also will be '
Dr. G. Henton Davies principal DeLand .station was a nippy 33 said that emergency equipment) all these problems<< can be solvedat a hayride for 33 cents perticket. BERLIN (UPI West Berlin reservations for the annual Military

Contempt Citation of Regents Park College degrees' hut no front was repolled. owned bv the Florida Power and the local level" he declared The public I. always welcome !-' officials, at odds with WestGermany Ball slated for Saturday.Feb. .
I Light Co. had been left la to participate in church over what terms to 29 at the National Guard
University, of Oxford. England however that state
Faced By Baker will visit Stetson University's I Orange City following a recent officials explaining set the "tone" for a eveats. offer the Communists to get a Mrs. ,

DeLand campus Feb. 27.29. Program PostponedThe breakdown at the Channel 2 social clJmite.PRIPlCI10S visiting pass agreement opening Martin Chandler said to-
television, proper day that unless
transmitter. another those who desire
WASHINGTON (UPI>-Former Davies' will meet with theUnlveislty'a : ISSUED Dinner PlannedThe he city wan arranged -
Clu'lstianFellow.hlp In Servke program being This equipment was being Installed meeting today with East G+r* special seating arrangement
Senate aide Robert G. (Bob Faculty Karl predicted that a good political
conducted at Went Volusla Memorial at press time at the contact her at 734-4228 by
) Baker faced the threat of In the faculty loungeat social and economic climate : No. 2 Choir of Antioch man negotiators.West
: ,
has been WOOO next Wednesday
Hocpltal postponed transmitter and Tolby Berlin Mayor Willy can be
but 7:30: Friday Feb. 2*. Free-WUl Baptist Church will
citation today p.m. would "bathe Florida in
a contempt from tonight to next said that it was hoped the station Brandt named his aide, Horst no guarantee that group parties
Students secure an appointment a chltterling dinnerSaturday.
Senate may sponsor
three members of the Thursday at 8 p.m. could resume broadcasting prosperity. Korber. to hold the talks withErich will be seated at the fame
with Dr. Davies by Serving will begin at
Committee agreed he wassafely Introduced by Bruce
Rules Karl was
Clide Lankford will be In sometime this afternoon.He tables
the contacting Dean James's noon. For delivery, call T34O304.Reltenreal () ) Wendt. state secretary
entrenched who noted that the legislator
charge of the program that will said that until the sta Clary the East German Cultural MlnMry -
Fifth Amendment. office.Woman be In the cafeteria. It was announced tion's transformer Is rewired had been the recipient of It was the seventh meeting .

Baker, former secretary to b that from now on the operating power will be limitedto I several awards by his fellow Slated since the Christmas pass BUYMAYTAG
Senate Democrats who resigned lIl11"lnJ; I IPTA and the for
the program will be on the fourth 1.000 watts. representatives press ) after
Oct. 7 when his outahtebuslD.I. Thursday of each month. his service in the legislature.E. All the flower characters to agreement expired permit-
63 old Piei-son Negro 1.2 minion West BerUnerso
became pub- year appear In the plaj-let of Greater tine
Interests since Meeting\ Planned A. Bud I Davis president p
woman has been missing visit relatives Id East Berlin
Union First
Baptist Church
lie refused at closed session of the DeBary' Chamber presided. are
she failed to ride on the bus The Communists have offered
Wednesday to surrender his records Sheriff Rodney ObituariesMatthew' "The Responsibility of the The Rev. Augustus C. Sum asked to meet at 6:30: p.m. Sunday .
home on Tuesday ; to repeat the Christmas pas
for M brief rehearsal before
in compliance with a subpoena reported today. Newspaper to the School" will men First I Presbyterian
Thurmby the Easter
be the subject: discussed the Invocation the program starts. arrangement over AT
tonight Chvrch. Denary gave
five feet four Inches
Eliza Hart Ilickox by Mrs. Helen Coble. DeLand and benediction They are a..kd to wear white and Pentecost holidays. The
and weighing<< less than 10ft Sun News reporter, at a Mrs. WUhermna' Hill ls. presl- Vest German government In FRIERSON'SOMmtOUUVAtO
Decree Is SignedATHENS. pounds was in DeLand Tuesday Matthew Hlckox. rwo-vear-old the Boston Ave School PTA. Of 330 hospitals surveyed reeently dent. Bonn, backed by the Western
and was to take a bus home. ...
AD. contends that accepting
of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew The will Cornell University
her whereabouts son meeting begin at 7 :.10 by ,
curn-I're-) Anyone knowing Hickox of FoUston. Ga.. died in the school l Medical Center 225 frankly the same agreement would en-
Greece auditorium
should contact the .C .uxNttt shbnahed t3. .. Hat >%... IE 4-2771
danger West Berlin's legal post.pen. -
mier George Papandreou today sheriffs office. Tuesday at 4 p.m. In an accidentat : Mallard president hal' admitted their t emergencyTOnma

signed a decree appointing his home urged" all parents to attend. I were inadequate." ..". __PC 5mt.rdar. ( .
Crown Prince Constantine re- In addition t* his parents, he N.. Ter'. c.... J.Iv reacts. .
I..aar sad
gent during the Ulnesa of King Is survived by two brothers aadne / ", pt....u.. by 0.Tssnkst.laa...... ..... ..""
DeLandMemorial sifter. Pre-Finlshed Plywood I ('.wpaar 115
Paul I.
.b. ..M.r.:1' W
awr. .rd. : Do.r
The decree will be countersigned Funeral service will be .t I S the Act .t ...rr" S. lit. 1 .0.4 F..I Paint & Cl. I
this afternoon by the 83- Gardens pm. tomorrow at the FullGosp WALL PANELS II',,.,.. .'....... rmi as ew., ..
IH rtd.
year-old King and become effective ... +l Church DeLaad. with the ...... a P.rry Jr. ......., "... -o -v
ImmediatelyIt Rev Leon n.. Lawrence ejnelating. I Mamas ........ VIN ..,.... and CustomPicture

was announced Wednesday MausoleumMaatwletim :. Burial will be In Oak- 4x8 Sheet 54 5 7 .K>.* ..Mr_. J ft.J.r M.l...WW"'N"A<... "CJohn ,. i

night that Paul was suffering dale Cemetery From R. Bird. OmtattK. M r.NATIOVAU .
Allen Summerhlll in of stomach . ,,_. .
from a recurrence a || Perry t \ w. -.
Available nf local arrangements 4t Tart 5 N T *r.-
ulcer condition CempUle perpetual. Care -r.y Cash a" ,fUve"' alit,:1.l!$":.. vttto*.
Informed governmentsource ..
An 'tttl TM. NATrnar

said an operation would 600 EAST ERISFORO AVLPh..734.49S6 I TOO LATE!: TO CLAfttirY' IDEAL BUILDER'S SUPPLY Co. C'a". (MS'_:*.O Tkr.**y._mt r.-.IllMvlka. ....M. ti: .'.. FramingCOll1promi

be necessary and that a long i LOST., 511..4 "" 0.. IMM>r... "TI'' OM w..5. 44.
.,II. bMaa, .w"I'; : B. ..(! On ..**r. 111. .. 'I
convalesenc was expected I. iI I I I...... Vtet. ro:1.: bn.p.kay. 111 Sewtb Alabama n..e 724-1 MS .tha SIaa! tkr. --- .
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,... 3 fMEUND tnOtrOA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, FEB. 20. 1964 Planetarium
Special Force -- ----

Sets StelsoiiAppearance :J rJa; DEI..AND TALK; Program Set l''

I IrBifJ
Stetson University' Rice Planetarium '
t LecturerDcscrihes r S1.'TlROU1 i I will present a program
Ottilooriw entitled "The Sun's Family" tonight
Local Detachment Five Co A, ; .rt I at 8.13: In Flagler! Science
13th Special Forces, commanded k. : Hall,
by Lt Arthur Klngsbury of De- I The program will explore the
Land will visit Stetson University GURUS WATERMAN solar system And discuss! the ;
Saturday at 1.:30\ p.m. at y ?v. H1 By s conditions which are known ...
I i
the athletic held to demonstrate' r b I Happiness} expected to exist' on each of the .
to ROTC cadets and the' public major members How these conditions
the skills and Mate' of trainingof Following. President Kennedy's assassination a mall-order "H a p pinesi U a pit Ihual will mold future space
rifle, anti.fii.earms folk are In near hysteria. It seems we can't
from "obed
Special Foi'ces' Units. tate" that cornea I cxploiaUon and how they are j
The men of the Special Forces' : have moderation such a matter ience to. God will" said a related to possible life elsewherein
team are noted for the" green A large Florida newspaper appatently! feeling. there "ought. to Christian Science lecturer hereon the system will b* considered. !
beret which In the words of ..t ai be a law" has waxed! sarcastic ahount gun loving sportsmen! who Tuesday. I The nice Planetarium is opento ;
former President' Kennedy' Is "a r : "have"been protecting ua from doves and squirrels all of these "The belief that happiness' depends the public and admission la ,
vmbol of excellence', a badge >'ear on material thing Is a free '
: a a Such' a crack I I. rough on antigun legislation:; because It makes i
:; declared. It leads
of M mark of distinction deception he
courage << I
In the fight for freedom. i7i: shooter so sore their they' start Joining the American Rifle Associationand to "arl'f'tltl"lI| and addiction Heavy Haul !

DEMONSTRATIONThe : writing congressmen which make slaves of men and
Although some kind of firearms regulation<< It nb1oul'ilyoIf'"f's.' \
team will demonstrate y .. __ separate them from their RENO. Nev. (1.112)) A recent
sar>-and every' part of the country has some! form of controlnow's .
foreign I communications natural dignity. report that silver dollars
mighty time to atari massing! hurriedly written law,
a poor
J. LJnnlg wax the speak become collector's Items
display special demolition Roy may :
class including& how to make' explosives If we need 110m. tightening.:; hero wi,. ." ,;: :" t ","\; er. under sponsorship! ot FirstChurch Kl.rKKSKNTT1K: :' : ;- within a year has stirred a reaction
and there I hope we tan wait Minx: Terri I Jn Kennedy ItrJac'kctnvlttllt
and bullets!, display! of ,, ;,;, of Christ Scientist J'>e. In at least one' 'collec
s ; until the shriek of outrage! have ... ". ,.. pill representSlelwm "
traps hand to to hand catch combat wild animals medical ",.. e"J .J: JL;';:' .:wi r .1'JCt "T fJ (died'lIn'lfOY down proposed and our legislate-legislation'' Land"The Science The lecture ot Happiness"was titled and !the!, llth ROTC annual(' !mtw!It.hn111I.. .ny B: at. tor.The U. S. Postal Service .reported

facilities of the unit and will without the hot breath ot ouK 1 was given In DeLand High 'tnry Ball :March 1 al the National that 7.000 fit the silver
prepare II meal of chickens and ROTC DEMONSTRATION-Pictured: In the defen- raged constituent on their School auditorium I Guard Armory. Miss. coins were stolen from the Rlversldft .'
snake' for all to enjoy. sive position of the aggressor force which were attackedand necks. To delight In doing God's Kennedy I I..* A frevhman A postal annex.: The 430 ,.
Special Forces teams are recruited defeated by the Stetson ROTC Unit are John Fran- will i It to experience true Joy," member of the. Tel Delta _....r. pounds of "cart wheels" were' '

from the' best forces that cisco and Robert Smith. They plAyed a major role in Oswald' gun would have been 1, nQtd said Mr. Llnnig Ity major, interests.. .being. dra hauled away In seven mall 1
Army has serving::: the' nation to. the Monday demonstration of the United States Army'sbattle Just as deadly If It had bM'nl'"'d It I I" "a state of spiritual- "'''. lit-hat. and JoII..m.... sacks'
day. The' men of the tram are I d d ..." and "unselfed' --
drill procedures used in attacking enemy posi In a dozen" place and m n e n who/ thought they were getting"fiee"
trained to be specialists in one' tions. Through!:: this and other demonstrations and activities acquired' through all tort of red love" Nothing For .Free long distance calla will
cf the following fields: medical the ROTC unit intends to step up the present tape. Oswald should not have This Joy cannot be given: or be blued I
d.e. m lltlons. communications training to one in which more practical work been allowed to have" a gun we taken away by any material MADISON. Will. (UPI> !
.pon!!. Intelligence:; and opera. will be undertaken by the cadets. say now but for that matter, thing or person. > he stressed. \. .lty of WUconnln student
tions. They are also crosstrained there' a sweet old lady down d "God I. at creator i J. the sourceof are going: to learn at least one
in all 1 skills. the street who shouldn't be allowed In nothing U
all our good"-and "all the thing college -
Jl'Nf.IK.Adding TRtiNiNG to drhe her car and she Joy man has or can have, for fee> ,

demolitions mountain. training warfare"In, underwater Jungle and. | lYeit's Quotes :; Dirksen Sets hasn't killed' anyone at all yet. I come To search from Cod for"happiness I"I I 1 A spokesman company for said the It telephone was I 1 ' I

psychological: warfare
ot the than 3.000( long
The old argument checking more
parachute qualification IIndIAftru.e Captains; ForRights' matter "put u* at odds with Improve Your
training the Special .5 Unite. Pres. 1..1. sportsman !I. that gun legislation God and with our own natives c1t.t.ncrhone call m.dl"Vh..rt" 1
BRUSSELS; It aimed at disarming the the campus telephone system Knowledge Through
Forces!! man becomes the out. B.lrlum-Prnlle. a I r I tual scone h.Id..
honest man and that the criminal went out of kilter" Students
doors man who can live' and cutor Raymond Charles commenting i i Although "We'ie" deceived"< Into believingthat Good Readlngl
Fight will get a gun anyway -- -- -
fight anywhere.In : on the tf'l'n-.if' boy we shooters may tend to we need certain material Joy"-the happiness "aheadv I

the event of Inclement who was caught' trying to ransom WASHINGTON' (UPI) Senate be hard headed on the pro,fire comforts to satisfy us, or that within you a* the child of God" Universal Book Shop
weather the! demonstration! will we" need" a certain place' or a ThI I III "the. Science! of
a priceless Rubens painting Republican Leader Eveiett arms aide, there It! a lot to our.rltUmt'nt 343 N. Bl' d. (Neat to Teasel's|
be held In Stover Theater.The that criminal coulil certain poison to bring u* Joy. nets" he said, "the key to
rnon UK 4-T14
public I Is invited' to attend which he had stolen: M. DII keen Ill.. 1 I. organizing;::, get guns as easily as they: ran "ThI mat.rlal.mlndrdn.u I I.a I. feeling the Joy ct Cod."
the demonstration "He wanted money' no doubt his own corps ot "floor: captain nal'COtlc.nrl dope.pcxldlera selfish stale,' which lone sight
'* !get (
for the civil
but I also think that he Is an coming are doing something about as Illegal of God. he declared.
Wrong Ditttoti unbalanced person." right( battle. ( as we tan make" It. He urged the audience not to SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO
The omnibus civil right bill.
:; be "surptloed when tempted to
DES MOINES. Iowa (UPDGov. )- MIAMI\ REACH Fla. Beatle passed by the House Feb. 10. I The. assassination la populareven making :"f.n.4; $ Hiioor
Harold E. Hughes:; sat manager Brian Summervllle i III expected to be taken up by anti pistol thouch!:! legislation the; President was .but they're hlrdt best friend wa>* "at the point of choosing

down in his sleek' new luxury outlining the entertainers' the" Senate sometime next shot with-a rifle\ Kvrn; If you between' good and evil" he D. "It Have A Muring Aid Preheat,
automobile Wednesday and plans for the rest of the week: week. The measure seeks to took away the rifle alto a shotgun passion for thai Individual! bird said.The
tried' to turn on the windshieldwlpeis. "They'll relax .punning end racial discrimination In be rough. on homo sapiens or animal that fall from. the Important thing I I. to "<<1..- Repairs on All Makes and Models

fishing, boating. They" want to \olin!:, education employment too. I am not being flippant bu hunter' shot but seldom pays tect temptation" face It and Cords. Batteries. Accessories.
Hughes a former truck driver get: as much out of It as they unions and in use! ot privatelyowned .. someone has been making FEC heed<< to the. welfare. nf the Ape 'eject It Christianity shows that Clean and Adjust Your Aid Free .
hit the wrong button and can before they head home" lodgings, eating etabllshmenta railroading< very exciting" without rigs" a* a whole. A hunter who "evil must be faced and 0".".
the car's hood popped into the and places of amuse. the" use of any kind of gun and shoot a deer with enthusiasmwill come through obedience to $.. Our ct-ry-treln-4' CeiuwlUnt
air. LOS ANGELES Frank Sin. ment. many person have found them risk life and limb and spend' God" Mr. Marvin U Mltn 'frees
atra Sr., telling a Jury of his Senate Democratic leaders selves In grave trouble" when his own money to rescue flood- This mean "letting go of r all
conversation with one of the openly acknowledge' that th..ywiIJ fared by that handy and mundane stranded. deer or starving one. that would turn u* away from DAYTONA HEARING AID SERVICE
CHAIN LINK alleged kidnapers of his son: need Republican help to tool the family butcher So he kill one and rescues a God," he said "We must let go, 22* Nsrth leech St" Deyten leech
"The voice said he wished to/ cut off any southern filibusterand knife. hundred.But our hold on evil' and cling to : .
Authrl4 Dealer I M Ur U/nBllkrc H ariac Aide
[Frn EjcRIc( D @ hell he'd never got Into It, but pas the bill. They have I the preservationist, who Truth with both hand*-cling to
that It was too late to get out aid they air. willing to give: No. antigun laws will not stop to hIs discredit U seldom a vef- every right Idea, every spiritual VOLUSIA PHARMACY

.. ......... iKrn""'.r. :_ of it." the GOP "full ciedit" It then.r."ury violence I I or even hinder Ugi tartan says, "Yes but how motive and reject every evil
votes are provided. 'eatly. could he. kill one ol those beau thought" 10
For FREE ESTIMATE! Every Friday a.m. to 1
NICOSIA! Cjpru An Dlrknen has come under fire Sportsmen are justifiably leeryof tiful thing?" This kind of obedience he tie p.m.

Call RE 4-0500 Air Force officer commentingon from some Negro( leaders he any kind of gun! law In view Well, there are two side to It. elated "1 1. the essence ot true
the growing ant! BrUish feelIng cause of his opposition to the of some of the daisies that have 1r 1//
(f among Greek Cypriots: key public accommodation been passed down through histMjr. .
section of the bills but h* favor ... . ute. ._.. .....,__. c
tar '
"Not so Ion a1 .t** lfy wanted "., Wltnwut the one that, a i 'r I jC Syk'' A."H.A' '' -r i+-/91sYwN.. .u.> .nh.dWalfl.1WraPiW. _
i moat of the m.a.ur.- stayed on theFlorida 4 ,.
all the food and cigaretteswe many many years r :
could give them but It's lONG FIGHT books and restricted the
different now" I. He. Intend to name a number use of Winchester rifle* -not f- )
, -- nf his Republican colleague to Remington or Marline hut Just
handle separate" phase of whatIs Winchester The law wa*
, shaping up a* a long fight: passed" to meet' some special Plymouth-Valiant Dealers aren't just lucky. e.they've .
It I is almost certain that GOP problem, long forgotten and I

SALELAST Whip Thomas H. Kuchel' Calif, doubt U It solved anything.I better car to sell-
TIRE and Sen. Jacob K. Javit. R- got a

N.Y., both longtime civil right want to repeat what I said (
advocate, will be' named' to 1 here not: long ago, Most sportsmen .
that irrnup. 1 are strongly opposed to the
THREE DAYS Senate Democratic Leader I possession of gun by known VALIANT! iVSelling :
Mike Mansfield Mont., who U criminal, mentally deranged:
prepared to bypass the hostile persons or uninstructed" Juvenile
Safety All '- Weather Buys Judiciary Committee. U holdingup < but those who endeavor to 'i .
action on the civil right hill place new regulation! on fire- ., ";t !
until the Senate pause the aims are going to be doge, ed .;

Tubeless Blackwalls Tubeless Whltewalls compromise $11S billion tax by a lot of gun.owner! who fear .. . .'..,. ,
cut hill early next'' week. the 'fontIn" the door" that leadsto V.' ;

Size Sol Trice Slit Sets Price Mansfield designated Senate a wrecked house
Democratic Whip Hubert H. Many of those opposed to the

e.50x37.50x14 15.43 4.5003 11.54 Humphrey Minn. a* general use of guns are strongly opposedto a as
floor manager for the civil hunting a* a cruel and Inhumane
17.4 7.39x14 20.92 right bill. Humphrey will, be port aa4. here we get

assisted by Sen*. Warren G. Into something very ,compli r
8.00x14 20.02 .00x14 24.03
Magnuson. D.Wash., who will cated. (
8.30x14 21.91 .50x14 2i.33 handle the public accommod Anyway the. quail hunter and aided hispaid \
lions section: Joseph S. Clark for supported i
7.10x1 8.20x15 U.t16.70dS D.Pa, Fair Employment Irae In many way the very birds he I'

tides (FKFO ...ctllf.nd PhilIp kill. Without his suppmt.. we",
17.44 wouldn'I.v.) any
.. .. .. .. A Hart. D Mich.. Judicial probably I'I
All .rt. I. . Ole the
Tee la of
Alt" Pea. Plus tar see ale' quail and the same true
n.saeee' . .,is Tire. teeess. T. .. question, duck deer er rabbit hunter
-- -
Thow who oppose hunting a* a I
On our "' Attorney Suspended brutal act! seldom contribute' 't

anything to the propagation M
USED It wa, the sportsman who ttar.r
Supreme Court yesterday eu* game.
BudgetPricedAllWeather pended Miami attorney Monte K. saved many of the) game animal
flassner from the cf law from extinction and it was t
TIRE practice ,
for six months on ehargee of the sportsman who paid for the -z-- t'f i..YP f
Introduction of aome of the new _
making improper use of a clienta!
specie that became fine game /AA
'42" BARGAINS3T money. bird*. '
The Florida Bar said Raunerreceived The difference I In -and this
$10.000 for a client In thought 1* got original. hut
NYLON a personal Injury' settlement He swiped from a wrrtier named-
kept $4.000 a* his agreed upon Vance Hotirja _'ba> person'
3.00 fee, sent the client taste and who nppneee. hunting en moral
TUFSYN up was to pay the rest to doctor or humane grounds feel mm
and" hospital..
-Nelw.ble. a.b.nebefb .. 1
........... :.. .. New Trial DeniedTALLAHASSEE
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(UPI The'

.+L.r e t sr State :Supreme; Court refused fatter than erer before YouH Haul etunWng sew !Ioe>ka, .. ..a-.m tumamr, mad oafs

$88. $ 88 Wedaeeday for' .two Negro" till order aeateaced a new, trial to drat Plynvnjth-ValUnt' Dealer are not taking any trending performance) to nuke It the cnmpeei that

the electric chair h* July 1'foD. credit for their .crass-they'r. jut pobitinf with truly' .toes the "big ear fneh". AM prrnkf.' eaW ere.

on charge of rapfec a whitewomae pride" to the rse r'$4 Valiant. They'll I tell ;you that soaring faster than at any time in V.lLent'a )t).tnry.

le Lake Ceuatylt this power-pecked compact aelU Its lf. How( '?' With Come la and. drive one end prove it to 7"UnaIl.
alate .. LI n *.rt Sehuter! sad Jerry
Tab-.ttrfaleclrpsf. TubR.,.,.. I Cbatmaa asked the court ertleaae
al.drw4Ies e. there trere. death tar egr .

gas sad Aire. tea sad .4a Mate efflctala supre, -
..-.,...... tarry. .....,..... s.4 evidence cad faUifie4 evitfevre LOTS OF GOOD LATE-MODEL USED CARS TOOlS

ores "durtag their trial.
IUtire4 Oroilt' .I"4ge TU l-
Park was seated. .by the k'f* rOE HAPPY MEN WHO SELL VALIANT I

tJ cewt t* a.J4. .*e 1l B..r1la '
AND LOANSRY *. the Negree writ' ef feafeexsSlecU .


J Senior.MrLPXIE .

Goodyear Service Store ROSS The IS jrrxnopf.mlU.... Anveri Ten.tTl Bill Ruland Chrysler-Plymouth

ua R..1 New y-tl An.rbe.e cast ..-i. *red "oMer citfcwne" :
TU-MM I IONe VolusU Loan Co. Iae.r toetoile three former Pre.WVn '
.. on*.fnwrtll of th* U. >HfM,nr*.
a a,.w.." Day. tie pay LOAMS T* Hee two "Jtuprem Cnvrt ,Jt.ttrel 1201 North Boulevardr Deland, Florida
r nmre that I9vn persons over
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4 DELANO (IIORIDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, KB. 20,1964 Mrs. ..." February Named

r- Volusia BoylesIs Social Notes. I) .'',' : ,.""

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Honored[ and Comments ,..; '{ American History

it\ Men\ In h r1
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"> for Women I With Shower CK-:*rtal*n*,.l away sf THM.) '':/:'f..ItT.rooter. and , i j, ,Nh A ro4 Month By Mayor

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'J'f Mrs Charles I*. Boyles was ar 5 .all b I r.rr ,arNnaltan. Last week Mayor Louis A.
RTJUDRED HUNTER, Editor .: Htidr.d Hrabr'a.dt.r.
honored Tuesday afternoon witha '. Skillman signed a proclamation
PINK dlat Ra ...,.
Kprlnchnard stork shower at the home 'of designating February as Amert-

USS NEWPORT: NEWS (FlIT Mrs. Charles F. Jenki, E. New ) W. R. ritkens, Stetson ran History month. Mrs. Uriel!

Mrs. McKenzie NC) Jeffrey T. Smith: fireman York Ave. director of student ; Blount, acting historian of the
Hospital Record USN son of Mrs, Robert Gifts wein" presented to the I Col. Arthur Erwin Chapter of
Smith 1025 W. New York Ave., honoree in A bassinet decoratedin teaching, Is attending! the National I the Daughters of the American

Elected PresidentBy Fiat. West Polu..iaT. and the late Mr. Smith, Is participating pink, blue and white satin Association for Student i Revolution presented the'document

in "Operation Spring The refreshment table was Teaching convention in Chicago I ; to Mayor Skillman for his
........ covered with a white lace table
5atl.wlse ce.n 4M board" aboard the heavy cruiser r N
1..N. .......,. w.... .......e4 t/r cloth!, over a pink cloth and centered HI, ft* a delegate for the state I ry signature
Garden CircleThe 'tl. D....... .ai N..we ..... USS Newport News in the Carib with of of Florida.: The conclave got "American History Month"sponsored
an arrangement
each the
bean underway yesterday and will February by !
The exercise, conducted annually pink camellias] and azaleas National Society of DAR endeavors -
continue through Saturday.
Fish Memorial
units of the Atlantic flanked with candelabra holding I to remind Americansthat
Orange Blossom Circle ot by Pickrns has been" president of
Mrs. Robert C.
the Garden Club of DeLandunanimously ADMISSIONS Fleet, takes advantage of the pink tapers the Florida Assn, of Student to preserve our freedom we
accepted the slateof favorable weather'of the CArib. Jenks Daytona Beach, presidedat Teaching for the past two must understand: our heritageand
oUte-t'n for the 196465 year' Medical: Mrs. Leo Hutto. 223 bean area to conduct amphibious the silver" tea service and Is presently ex.officio mem I be inspired by it for If one
presented by the nominating W. Chelsea Ave Clarence Nile. landings and flight: training Mr. and Mrs. Boyles are newcomers her-of the executive' committeeand does not, know this heritage: for
Lake County; Miss Lula Purvli to DeLand and are residing -
committee at Tuf'sday'artf'r. operations. a member of the National him it does not exist.
Barbervllle.DISMISSALS. at a new home on N. Blue "the
Mrs. Blount finds that
noon ,s mH'tlnThe /:* Clinics committee.
: 'Inter-Tra 'k Lake Ave. beRt results in promoting the
meeting was held at the "' : W < w :
home of Mis. Norman MacDnnaid I GIESSEN GERMANY (AHT- Those attending the shower 1'11Marltl8 MajCalla. daughter study of American History are

with MI'''. E. R. Darling! and I Lea\itt Rader Denary; Alexander NC> Army PFC Robert T. I were: Mrs. Roy Corney, Mrs. of Mr.\ and :Mrs. Gordon Maw secured through the cooperation
Mini J. I:. KMT as co-hostesses.Mrs. : Zenkovsky, Route Two; Shlpman, whose parents, Mr Marie Gulllg. Mrs. Odell Lewis, ('aUa, Winter Haven and granddaughter e I of Col. Arthur Erwin Committeewith
a M D McKenzie was I Cadet George" Noguera, Florida and Mrs. George W Guess live James and Randy;; Mrs. Ralph : of Mm. Thomas Jla '.. r the school authorities." She
elected" president; of the circle. Military School; Mrs. Wesley on Route *. participated in Curry, Allison and Scott; Mrs.Walter N. Clara Ave, is Interning at ; reports that in three' elementary ,
Mrs. Claience Shtiner will nerve II Register, DeLeon Springs; Mrs. Operation WINTER.TRACK, an Wtlght, Miss Mabel Cook the George Marks School for the schools she has presented the
as vice president. : and Miss Alberta Oliver Keller 13.JO E. New York 8th Infantry Division Field training Alls.; Freeman" Hill. Mrs. Roy next two months.!! While in De- I -- essay contest plan of the Col.

Goff secretary with MI's.V. Ave; Linda. Kramer 738 E. maneuver near Giessen Pell. Debbie" and Donna. Mrs. Land she will be the guest of Arthur Erwin:: Chapter. .

P. Atkins being re-elected as Georgia" AVP.; Miss Marilyn Germany which ended In late Michael Llnkovlch., Robert Miss Donna Hast- her aunt and uncle Mr. and Named 'IFo/wm Of Year The essay, (contests on given:
treasurer.The Naught, Osteen. January. Llnkovich Mrs. ..lame D. Rader III. 401 historic subjects, are conducted
slate was presented by Shlpman. a tool room keeperin fogs Mrs. Walter C. Nance, :Mrs. N. McDonald Ave. :Mss Mae early. This month the recognition ) -
the nominating committee composed U V Memorial Company A of the division's12th Francis Doyle;\ Mrs. Ann Kerleyfc Call will graduate.from Florida Mrs. Arthur (Anna) Psscoe was named Woman of the Year" for excellence' in the study

of Mrs. T. T. Foley Mrs. ADMISSIONS:' Engineer Battalion near Mrs. Lucille Morgan _Kustls State University April 18. by the American Home Department of the Woman's Club of of American History the essays
George Andies and Mrs. A. C. Dexheim, Germany entered the! and Mrs. Jenkins, Susan Cathy DeLand. The announcement was made at the fourth annual Valentine written by those in fifth, sixth
Frank. Mrs Grace Morin Orange Army in Match 1962 And arrived and Joan, Daytona Beach. Mrs. M. I). (Marguerite) :Me- I Charity Ball held recently In the American Room of the and seventh grades! Mill he

During the business meetingthe City. overseas the following Septem Ken/i will be leaving Fridayon Hotel Putnam. Mrs. Pascoe is a. native of Ottawa 111. and movedto Judged. This year there are
members voted to contribute ber. He received basic trainingat the first part of a trip which DeLand from Louisville Ky.. seven years ago. She has two three excellent compositions! by .
an additional $12f: to the Garden DISMISSALS Fort Gordon, Ga, Country Club will take her on a 55-day Ciuise. I non.s Arthur and Carl both students at DeLand High School. She sixth grade pupils of the Boston

Center Building Fund. Milton C. Swann, Perkins The 19,year.old soldier attended She will leave March 4 from is Librarian at the DeLand Junior High School. Ave. School three from the
Following the business session Hwy.; Mark William Randell, DeLand High School and was New York City on the steamship Anna. is active in the American Home Department, serving" as Dempsey Brewster sixth grade:
Mrs. Darling Introduced Mrs. Orange City; Mrs. Alice H. employed: by Evans Plumbing Bridge ScoresThree Gri Norman Seckle and Mrs GUhra.tMoore Paige, Glen wood; Mrs. Joseph" before entering the Army. visit Egypt, Holy Land, ports In I present parliamentarian and has served on many club committees grade pupils of the George"
who an Informative I North Africa Black Sea, Yalta She Ls vice president" of Delta Kappa' Gamma; a past presidentof Marks School.
gave T. Conner and infant daughter, .
: and one half tables were and the Greek Islands with stopsin the Association of Childhood Education, treasurer the local
talk on "Flowers On The Floor. Stetson, University William C. PromotedWIIEELUS Mrs Rlount announced that
They displayed several hooked Jacob, Orange City.; AH, Libya Lawrence -. In play yesterday at the weekly Italy and Lisbon being the branch of the American Association of University Women; a all will receive DAR Certificatesand !
rugs In flower designs and told R. Seymour DeLand. has duplicate bridge game at the last stop. MargneriM! will returnto member of the Business and Professional Woman's Club and awards and three" will receive
about the color In the home and been promoted to airman first DeLand Country Cluh. DeLand about April: 28. served. as chairman for the 1963 BPW week; board member of the DAR history medals.:
and the Winners were: Mrs. Ruth Class Room Teachers Assn, director on the Board of Voliula In the

color changes
natural will be
the / Rev. Canon Lawson class in the United States These presented
News From Candle
that take place when colors Force Blatt and Mrs. Edith Lackey Special County Education Assn, and past president of the DeMolayMothf'r' three public school sessions later
next to other colors.Others first; Mrs. Wilson Smith and Light Trailer Court. Mr. and circle. and the of the
are placed this month names
were: Mrs. A. Speaks At Meet Airman Seymour a supply Mrs Morgan Welch second; Mrs. Otto Mikllta were t the This award is given annually to a member of the organization will be made known at
present Mrs. E. A Line. specialist In the 7272nd Air Base MI'.. Hugh DuVal and Mrs. guests' of Mr. and !Mrs. :Michael In recognition of their outstanding leadership, and is selectedby pupil !
J. Erlsman. Rev. Canon In Libya Is the son of Mr. C.fllner of North Port Charlotte that time.To .
Mrs. T. L. Muncaster. Leroy Lawson Wing Loris Weeks, third.A secret ballot by members of the club
baugh Rector" of St. Barnahas Episcopal and Mrs. B. R. Seymour. 1413S. buffet luncheon was servedat for a few days. While there Mr. cut down on serving time,
Church chose "Spiritual First St. 1\lIkltta was the guest of Mm.iellner I .
; the conclusion of the game.Reservations form ice cream Into balls with
DeBary Duplicate Healing" as his subject when he The airman a a'I'"du..Iof ( at the meeting of the Harmony Club Meets a scoop ahead of time and roll

spoke to members of the St. Napervllle\ (till.) Community Due Woman's Club. HorticiilliirttlShow in chopped nuts, coconut or
Hilda's Guild at Its February High School. attended\ North With Mrs. Dempsey reieal.Vrap' securely in fieez-"
WinnersFourteen Mr. and 1'1.1I'hll..1: Pole***,
meeting. The group met at the Central I College, Napervllle. For feting 0it'C / I er wrap and keep frozen until .
of hostsat
the court
owners were
home of MI'.. William Holler.Oakdale Schedules
Northern Illinois University, and 1he> Harmony Club met at the ready: to pop into serving
tables were In play Ave., Tuesday moi'nlng.: also attended St Mary's University : a Valentine party in the newrecreation home of Mrs. T. C. Dempsey at dishes.
RFa Hoard
yesterday at DeBary. Duplicate Among/ those attending were: San Antonio, Tex., duringhis center Arc Avnilfdtle Orange City yesterday, with thirteen .
In the recreationball Mis. Alvin urchin, Mrs. Ed off. hours- members Guestsat
Bridge game:; duty The Women Council of the Mr. and Mr. Ernest Iefflnwell *- piesent.
at the DeBary" File Station. Furlong:, Mis. Richard' Sawyer National Association, of Real have as their guests Mr. the meeting! were Mis. Sophie
Mn. Ruth Blatt was director Mrs. John M. Wlmer Mrs T. Return, To rest Estate Boards" will meet at 7 and :\Irll. B. B. Elliot from Mrs. Mack Hutch 1 lion, Pick and Mrs. Florence Chase. Willa }can'*
section Andrew GUI Mrs. Chester MISS. chairman of the horricultuie After short business'
ef one. KKESLtR AFB Feb. 26 at the Coronada Beloit Wise.Mr. a meeting
North.south winners! were: 'Berth Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs. Captain William F. Moore, De- p.m. section of the Tour of games were played, and refreshments -
Beach New Salonand
Mrs. Ruth Blatt and Norman Robert Wenz Mrs. Claude Chorpenlng Land has returned to his postat Hotel Smyrna and Mr*. Otto Mikltta! had !! served' bv the hostess. Hair Styling
Meyer, first; Mrs. William and Mrs. Grace Ren- L. G. Hanscom Field, Mass, Beach. Reservations are to be! Mr. and Sirs. John Knoepke; Homes sponsored by the Others attending were: Mrs.
Woodlock"" and Mrs Edwin: mann. One! guest:; Mrs. B. Blols following his attendance at the made with Margaret Klikna. 419 Parma, Ohio as their overnight Harden Club of DcLand.: Ralph Michel Mrs. Gertrude
Wachter"" second; Mrs. Robert was present at the meeting. Air Force Woild-Wide! Communications Flager Ave. New Smyrna guests Other guests, were Mrs.: Feb 2"!) from 2 to 5 pm, Dlngoe, Mrs. Hazel Davis Mrs. DccyaCosmetic
Nlcholls and R. T. Stevens .Electronics: Training i Beach, by Saturday: Speakerwill Julia. rellettlern and \11'11.: Edna announced that potted plantsto Christine Neuroth, Mrs. Alma StudioOpen

third. .and. M.... Geotge; Pearsall first; Conference In Keesler AFB in be Robert his Doyle "Regional who will Kurplk. both of Cleveland Ohio be exhibited at the horti'culture Dreggois, Mrs. Alice Bristol I i
East.west winners were: Mrs. I Mrs.: O. N. Lackey and Mrg Albert February, use as topic and :Mr. and Mras.. CharlenBoeder. section! of the show Mrs. Ger'tr'pde Lovcland Mrs. < Days A

Mary Fltts and F. R. Froehlich, I Besom second; Mrs. H. D.Corrtell Conferees discussed. cnieerdevelopment Planning and Zoning Willoby, Ohio. will be accepted. only ftoru Maj hollo Isjlster, Mrs Johanna .t By .Appointment. ,
J\ir-\ Mr-nard: ; 2 to 5 p.m. Friday.. Jo'rb 2R. Laasch. Mi's. Marie' Kehrrile, 114 Rl..h Av, Ph. 7S4.7T2S
4 first; Mis. Mlnta Morrison andHoward and John Aimao iMrd.. .training. *nr\\ operational and t'tnckfJr. Air. and Mrs.. Ernest; l..lltnf-- Cut flower will I
MJddJefoit. second; JMJ" Jra' .(.wttmt wlnntt weieMl. .. economy timing the .. Route. one is a personnel well were honored last night by be specimens between 8 Mis. Dorothy Webber and >Mrs.Catherine : I
Ethel" Johnson and Mis. Norman R. T. Stevens and ChailesDaglla. meetingThe specialist In the IV'lst! Air their friends with a house and accepted 9 30 only the White. _
: a m. Saturday
Mever" third. : first; William Woodlock captain lion of MI"". Mil- Transport Wing! Her husband./ '(trailer) warming.! Also surprised -
Mrs. George Fearsall was director and Marvin Long, second; Mr died I. Moore, Lansing, Mich,. Airman First Class Leslie B. was Mr*. Glen. Austin who morning She of the show
reminds all residents
of section two. and Mis. Virgil MoU thlid. I Is project officer with t the deer McBride' Is the son of Walter celebrated" her birthday. Following Interested In Friday & Saturday Specials!
exhibiting to
North south winners were Mr. The game next Tuesday will tionlrs systems division at LJ MeR'lelpVal..r Valley Tex. the opening( of gifts refreshments their /
pick at
be a master point game and the Hanscom Field lie received his She Is a graduate of DeLand were served to: Sir\ and up A..ort.d'
the Chamber of Commerce.It. .
last game for the two months BS degree from the Universityof High School and is a former student Mr. and Mr. "'
Mrs. efflngwell.. Cakes :?54x
Cup & : ;
PORE OLE LES SAYS: series Southern Mississippi and was at Mary Kail I I Vocational Glen Austin.. Sir and Mr: OHo . . .

commissioned upon completionof School Daytona Beach. MlklttA. Mr. and Mr. Ken .Inner M.m.mad.
"II You Don't Know Get tinny, Girls Officer:' Candidate School. and Mr. and Mr*. B. B. J-Jllot.; R'. Cunningham<< and Blanche
Jewelry. Know His wife, Rosalind, is the On Tour ('1'- Pound Cake . . ... 45
Your J w lr"LES NEW YORK (UJP1)) Leap year Is upon us and the statisticians A. Drake Route one. Marine Second Lieutenant prayer meeting: and hymn singIng qiOTK FOR THE: 1)\Y octet ALL DAY WKDNKftOAV

have bad news for girls George G. L\can. son of Mr. in the Recreation Hall under
FERRELL, who don't take advantage: of its Receive Promotion and MI'.. Gilbert L. Lycan, .134 the direction of Sir and Sir.: The people for the are preservation the only surereliance of DeLand Pastry Shop

N. Florida Ave. Is participatingIn Georjt Wilson. from Arkansas.
traditions. Using an average TRAVIS AFB. Calif. MaryE
out liberty. 201 North Beultvarrf Phone 734-4256
JEWELERS marrying age nf :22H: } for boys McBilde DeLand, a memberof "Opeiatlon\ Springboard" with To Jefferson
Birthday Today :
and 20 for girls, the charts the Women In the Air Force Marine Medium Helicopter I Happy ,
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111 NOKIIl HllI'LEVAItn' show a surplus on the distaff (WAF), has been promoted to Squadron' 264 in the Caribbean

side totaling Stlfili In the four all'man second class. Area
years that follow 196.! .. Airman McBride, daughter/ of The operation conducted<< annually . 4x .t ,- 4s N tti at . . . . . a w M 4a M .M 4s w . # Ott 4s .
by units nf the Atlantic

s,-,, Fleet Force,and takes", Atlantic advantage Fleet Marine of the It COSTS Math LESS at. .. a

favorable weather of the Caribbean
to conduct amphibious

landings and flight: training: a

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I WASHINGTON- (UPI) -'The I addition' corporations art expected about $10.5 billion more to ;' Karl Opens Gets Lodging

administration la expecting big ; to pass along about S1 spend.If TUCSON- Ariz. (UK) A
dividends tram the tax cut. billion of their. U: .I billion tax they continue In their old Drive Office drifter from Tennessee wanted
Among. them: reduction to stockholders in the
they will save about 7
ways a ,place to sleep but was refused -
-$20 billion more a year form, ot. Increased dividends.All per cent of that and spend the lodging by Sheriff deputies -
I upending. by Americana on television In all, consumers will have reef or little less thin SID DAVTONA! BEACH (cUI'U "because he had committedno .
sets, automobiles shoes billion. But It won't end heie.The Slate Rep. Fred Karl openedhis crime. So Doyle Bailey. 40.
+ and other consumer goods. '( i Guesls Flee Fire higher I production\ of ,I ", state. headquarters yesterday, stepped out to the deputies'parking
MMlYW .r{ -$12 billion more invested good: to meet this extra spending and pledged that he will take lot in front of the Jail
each year In new Industrial MOBILE. Ala. (UPD)-A fire will mean more Jobshigher the l issues In the! governor'arace and took a blanket from a car .
plant and equipment new In the ballroom of the Admiral payrolls bigger profits and squarely to the voteis belonging to a range deputy.
homes and new schools, roads Semmes Hotel Wednesday night higher incomes for farmers and "You can't buy this election' inning widely, Bailey finally
and other public works. .sent. guests streaming Into the professional and service people. or fake" your way in" Karl told got a place to stay He was
Between :2 and 3 millionnew a of 500 to 600 hometown
street from the 12-story buildIng This added purchasing powerwill group locked up on a burglary charge
I jobs. No Injuries. were reported generate still further Increases supporters.
-$3 billion more. taxes for Assistant Manager Ed Hinkle In spending[ and Incomes I It wasn't possible to open "Happy Days Are Here Again"and
state and local governments. and a dining room guest discovered in an endless although headquarters or do anythingelse ( ''He's a Jolly Good Fellow"
I -And. last but not least, $12 the blaze about 10 p.m. diminishing craln Economist! that cost money until after Karl said he won't take the,
billion more tax: : revenues for EST and fought the lames with! call this the "multiplier effect he had qualified' Tuesday. 'grand stand In an effort to
the federal government cancel wet blanket until 10 fire engines I "I am not going: to be all be all things to all people."I .

OLUSTEE: WAS SINGLE BATTLE IN FLORIDA Ing out the S12 billion I loss from arrived. When It's all done, the Initial. things to all people' said Karl am putting: every candidateon
. In War Between the State the tax cut when It becomes' Firemen contained the fire in $10 billion Increase Is expected "nor take the bland stand where notice that any who do not
fully effective. the ballroom on' the mezrantne to produce about $:0 billion<< you )just smile and shake hands freely discus the issuesan1
Here is how administration floor but smoke' billowed Into i mm'nsumt"r spending.Brazil and utter press agent: platitudes. take. part In Joint debates will
The J Civil War Florida; economists figure It: guest: rooms routing the choking ( "I am going to take the Issuesto .be. criticized.I
The cut In personal" Income occupants. Many guests fled I had two ;;"r-t; ;; ;; the people and criticize the This may not be the easy
taxes will put $9,5 billion mere into the streets without shoes Its history: Dom Pedro and his I candidate who don't WilY to get elected but its the
in the hands of consumer In or coats. i son, Dom Pedro IT With a brasa band playing i right way,'" he said.

I Rebels Won Victory - tr {J3

'In Battle Of OlusteeEDITOR'S en neui nrMlill'Imil hi in' fir RGI, i 1 1WH1II

NOTE Exrcle sary supplies; 3-to obtain recruit but they stood firm and bl'
commemorating t It e for Negro regiments and the dense blue columns. k.j
Centennial of the Battle otOluntee he now added a fourth-to In. The 7th New Hampshire,
will be held at :3 p.m. augurate measures for speedy 5,000 which had ", -.
Saturday. Feb. 22. at the battlefield restoration of Florida to the Spencer rifles broke first.
located between Lake Union. A Negro regiment followed. fllt
City and Martlenny on Highway Gillmore put Brig Gen. Tin Disorder multiplied on the narrow rr
90. Sen. Speo.aard l Holland man Seymour's division on footing:. Soon Sf'ymnurblld
J iiiiii'sir-ii.m 1 1 m Iji'jirihAt 1
will glue the principal adJrew transports Feb. 6 and sailed for to order a withdrawal The bat. 1
Jacksonville Fla. which they tie lasted about lour hours.

By MERTON\ : T. AKKRS occupied the next day. The division Back over the same roads the Friday ami Saturday -. Two Big Days Pcnneys!
United Press InternationalThe consisted of three/ bilgades Federals" retreated aster than .
battle of Olustee (or : of infantry, two of cavalry they had advanced.The ,

Ocean Pond) Was described bya and lour batteries of artillery Confederates, commanded '!lit .1Io..l_........_ ......." ... tlfIIWkj "
Union officer who was there -about 8,000 men In all. by Bilg Con Joseph Fine-
as "one of the sideshow of I Jacksonville!< was half deserted Ran' lumberman fighting( his Spccinl! Special,' Special!
the Civil War but "a air. I and damaged!; from two other first battle pursued until dark }
square stand up fight"/ in the I occupations but Hay got and then broke off
pine woods of northern busy immediately. The retreating bluecoats I Women's Knit Pants Misses' Cotton Blouses Women's PimaCotton Dresses
It First he offered Confederate
was :; on
Florlda'i reached- Baldwin, which Gill-

1861 palgn/ and which culminated had prisoners choice in of the taking guardhousetheir : a loyalty more! had told Seymour!> to hold, Terrific value in Form . 10Q x 58 Cotton Broadcloth Special! purchase of

tical overtones. oath/ or being sent North to by the 21st but they did not Fit Cotton Knit Ankle $222 in whit only $ 22 Springs Newest Styles
dawn the
there. nt'XIday $500
Florida was the least populous prison camps. stop they were By in Jacksonville Pants. New Spring 1 Roll up sleeves In Peter } and Colon.- Dainty 1
of the Confederate states. "There ii to be neither force The Federals lost 20* killed; colors in women's' sizes Pan. Tailored or But. Lace Trim in Junior
Little fighting:; had occurred nor persuasion used," he told 1,152 wounded; 5 there. Rebel troops In the state them. total. 1861; the Confederates k
t were few and mostly militia. After much questioning and I 91 killed; 841 wounded-tot*!. .... _"t.t--. Lett il &C .:;. n-4, "'!i A.-Ji\ ....a *f1'r' ; k'fl.': if'V" J tAiGJ: 1r
The states seemed to be a discussion half of them signedpr 934. '
pushover for Federal forces. made their marks ; That ended the campaign to Special! Special! Special!
Occupation of a considerablepart ( I occupy Florida although theFederals

of the state would enable the first citizens few days signed./ 60 Jacksonville Hay held the coast stripfor Junior Petite Fashion Twins 2 Piece Slack Sets Dusters
President Lincoln to put into effect was optimistic. the! rent of the war. GUI- Rayon/Cotton t
his amnesty and reconstruction more relieved Seymour of command
plan. Ten per cent of Gillmote and the Navy were for not remaining' In Baldwin Assorted Print Top
6S% Dacron 33e1, Cot Printed 80% Avrll

oath the Loyal 1860 of 1 allegiance state voters t government who could took set and the upa I St Plcolata busy John's too. Gunboats and m\er Palalka.and sailed occupied up Union the i Hay's n\\'H as he tank' TASK had of been signing BtTVKIW told voters ton shades.Poplin Coachman in pastel Hip $ 5 00 twil Shirt.Slacks.100%, Perfect cotton $4 00 Rayon Assorted, S0* Cotton Patterns.In $ 2 00

coordination between
elect members ,to Congress.The forces now held the coast and a also suffered Stitch. Backwrat or. Deep Prints. Machine
)JPresldent's political ene' strip Inland from Frrnandina, In Fernttndlna on\' March 1 he "A-Llne" tq,16,.; Top and Bottom! 10-18. 11: itI Washable. 10 to 18.
files pointed out that Florida near the Georgia lln got m few more name Romerefined !
under a Loyal government else Augustine; a territory about to sign on the ground, I _III"' = :- aei.. J .lX.. ,, ,* ...t Jf f '- -QH Il l f .;z: '..
could (tend! a pro.Lincoln set of 25 miles wide and 70 long. that they were not repentant !
delegates to the '64 Republican Union cavalry probed west toward rebels," he wrote wryly Special! Special I Special!
nominating convention too. He Lake City where the Confederates He '
went nn to 1 Key West
gave some color to the charge were reported In which the Federals held, for Girl's Skirt-Blouse Sets Assorted Jewelry
when he detachPd'tine of his fotce. The Infantry followed but I more signatures.. < He wrote" that Women's Half Slips
secretaries. John |Hav, marie Gillmore lan into supply troubles he found there a "rtrcenf donkey IU"'ulf'a-l00"" Cotton
him a major and sent him tn -. He had counted on using 3 for ..
and horse doctor "
a otherwise Assorted N Prints, Sktrt.-DaCronl! Fashion Jewe4"Y.Aa
Florida to sign up voters. HAY from the rail Jacksonville line which to ran Tallahassee west only "a race of thieves. !lon,, 'Cotton \; l e cotton Poplins Green, sortment.. Necklacesand 1 : =
also had been approached' by and a degeneration of vipers! *'' $ 50 ,. $300
!: Simulated QQ .
Florida! Unionists to become but he had only one He on March 3. lOO Pirn Cott largS Lemon, Light Blue, Earrings. $ _
their- candidate for Congress- 11 balky locomotive. He orderedthe "I am Ute or average: Pink. Broken .It... 8 Pearl Assortment '"
sure we cannot
very *
troops back to Baldwin, medium in Luster coloring .
the plan went! throuch.CARRIES now get the President's one. small to 14. .t" Tie
west of Jacksonville, and Instructed
; LETTER tenth and that to alter the suffrage .
Hay In his brand new uniform Seymour to hold that law for a bare tithe ;;:-- 7:. ,M.-.rt dn Jr1wJ em. ..__.litM, :V""L" uIlr..1'Spceiul .

with shiny gold leaves on point. Gillmore then went backto would not give us the!' moral .
his shoulders carried a letter Hilton Head to remedy his force we need The people/ of Special! Special'Gamo ) =

from the President to MaJ' Gen. supply problem. the Interior would be Indignant' .
Quincy A. Gillmore, commanding Seymour chafed four days under against such a snap Judgmenttaken :; e Nylon Hose Men's White L.S. Shirts "
and the Birdseye
the department with headquarters inactivity on fifth by Incomers and would Diapers
at Hilton Head. S.C, hearing! the Confederates were bfO Jealous and sullen," he
Lincoln explained his plan In tearing up the railroad, marched wrote. Seamless sheers or 3 for Full Cut .
the,letter to Gillmore and continued ) went. Hay returned to Washington Seamless Mesh. Pebble 37x27 Absorbent Phue. $ 9 PIma C ettnn.' Neck tiz': $167 .
: I On .the morning of Feb. 20'' March 21 to read In anti,administration and Suntan in sizes 8'i!' Stock up n"w.t this 1 141* to l 18'r1.' Sleeves 32
"It Is desirable for you to I he reached OluMee, about adozen :' newspapers. that to 11. $ } 95 Honest George; Price? Doa to 33.
cooperate" but If Irreconcilable east of Lake Lincoln would not stop at murder

differences of opinion shall. City. FIR 1C ON CtLU'MNSHere ) for votes --.. J :'" 'Iii 1I'mD ..M ... ..n".1. ...., c.b : : ik" l L_ ..&en >.1
rise, you are the master I "Price of three votes' for the . ..
wish the thing. done In the came Confederate out of the skirmisher woods- Presidency? One thousand. lives," Special! ,,:-:-SpccinUMen's !
most speedy way pmsible/ *a the New York Herald bannered, Special ,
that when done, It lIe within about noon and fired on Sty stretching the casualties
the range of theI.isle! proc mour's columns now reduced what. Men's S. Sleeve Sport Men's W'n W Dress Shirts
lamatlon on the subject I by garrisoning to about 5500. "Butchery to bring Into Con- L. Sleeve Sport Shirts Shirtsi'
Then they (ell back Into the
Shall be greatly obliged i If you greas Hay, Lincoln's: hireling
will give It such general! super* thickets. Seymour ordered his and private servant," the Chi Hundreds to select Whit. Short Sleeves in
vision as you can find consistent troops to press on. They "were earn Times said. from in Solids Plaids. Dan Rivers, Cotton Cm $ 67 Pima/ or Oxford Cloth. $ 5
marching along a narrow strip $ 5 0 and. WovenStripes. 2
with your strictly. military, Hay went back to being' a Prints Our entire Long 2 broideries, Regular 1 or Button
duties" of firm land. On each side "was secretary. Sleeve Stock this Regular I or JL Down Collars. Size 14Vtr
a hog, That the Rebels at
gave a
Hay assured Gillmore that the Button Down Collars. > 17.
good massed. blue target' and Apostle ,price. All sizes.
President had no wish to hinder !: spoon were common
_ _
military operations Hay they poured In their ire from baptlxmal ----
: ;; ,.
entrenchments. jr-- -f =: iiZt
said the only requirement' '! for They were miHlia and Hih; centuries., according to ; "

him personally was an order at, aa Seymour has suspected.. !' the encyclopaedia! Britannica, .* Special i ':. ..:: r =- 'pccjnUBoy's !
he! could go. 'te.1r Inrkla **id tips :. : .
en hit voter books.Gillmore '
J Jumped at the Sleeve Shirts Venetian Blinds Boy's Blue Jeans
chance for a military cam WITCHES JUST LISTENED Sport
paign. Ills troop were bogged
down before Charleston, SC. Reduced stock! O81st '. Cotton Denim Western
with little hope! of capturing the AS PROFESSOR INSISTED Ginghams. Prints. Plastic: t.. 24 Tap" to 36 with" widths.Steel I 'd f or Style. Drat Zipper. $}00
birthplace of secession, Ony( at Checks. All Wash 'n $]}67 Made to I'enney's sp**- '
week or so before he had proposed Wear fabrics. Boy'ssizes 64-Uwig. $ CTOO elflcatlons. Sizes 4 to

the same sort '"f expedition THEY HAD NO EXISTENCE 6 U> 18. I%. :
to Army HaHeclr. -r r :: _'1=-- ,jwrrJ..f'L.A., .Iti.l: ..,jI.rIWM --L...
LONDON (turf The bravest man la England an I'! :: 1!
of the
Now, with the blessing< Special Special
President he put his plans Into American professor named Rowel I Robbins told 30 wttc1tf'6Wl'dnf'tIday Special
night they are all phoniesAnd .
action. He set bill objectives for nothing( happened Robbtna did not turn Into a toad ,
Covered Pillows
Cover-Pad Set
outlet the campaign for cotton: 1-, to timber procure lumber 'an disappear in a puff of white smoke 9x12 Nylon/Rayon Rugs' Iron Corduroy
"white '* .
1 am a witch. 1aId.ln. Sybil Leek. 41. the bestloxnrn -

.;turpentine 3-to cut and off one other of products tJwtenYO. witch present "I exist only to Jo good.1, Foam backed for r.on- Tefln Cover and Team" $ OO Big Jumbo Size, cotton $
The witches had to the London
cam University College
Pad all in "ne, Draw } 125
sourer for commie- Folklore Society: to meet Robbins. a Colombia University professor skid! New vivid colors! 30 for filled. 12 Decorator
string closure tight
Guaranteed Pen.ney'sf
who set theft cauldrons bubbling last )er by proclaiming by j Color to Choose From.
their oeevislenee.Uttchee I
PrescriptionService do cot exit." Bobbins. repeated Wednesday
", T"1::: 1 r", _:,;"1.. "';; M' r.J n'n.' ,.",.. ".: 2B t
BJgkt.TlMrWftes .
said nasal But HotJariuon.. a jack.
day p rch.d AM Mr*. Lefc sb d4er. look a pinch ef aloft Drapery Special! Rug Special! Rug Special!
ad squawked. aagrfly at ate pre,...* r.Dun .
IS the. enly tr.e rerlctMMrs.. -k. who calls "Bosa Nova"
nil 1 1 herself! the' "" &II priestess of tM Nw rarest. mvea.' said. Frosty-Nub Ice Caps Early AmericanIl.da. Reversible Novelty
later There! were 30 of us hearing .him. say we d lda't exist.** .
Mr Leek said that Wednesday eight ...*..t the time for Or...... Brwa 100%; Visco Raven Pit.
wttrfcrraft.Vt Cuaraai*.d mot to ...'.de for 2 years! 24" x .S" ______.__ 2 for $70)0)

'. .e meet only four time: a at full ava..'* she. said.
year s' lIY S27.77 s'r'xn" $17.77 60""" __ __________ $7.00
Travel Is easier ......." Singles 3884.88 11 width 7.88 = 36" x __ _--
The. she.. left. Ignoring two bronnwttrta Staref eulaM the .
Kf 4-0177
CC"x6goSO.77 34"xS4 . $3.77 48" x 72'------------ $12.00
tnttttmf roan ad. "west home to the New ortt by car. Doubles 10.88-Triples 16.88 it .\

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News of

Orange City-Lake HelenCassadagaI OC Demonstration Club

CTTT 775-3888 Hears 'Bonnet9


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CITY The Orange : will start at 10 am. with the

Orange City i Orange City PersonalsORANGE City Home Demonstration Club i art Class. Those attending are

held It. February meeting recently asked to bring a dish of food and
with 19 members present table service for the noon lunch
CITY Mr. and GREGORY PETERS SHIRLEY GROOVED for the Art Class in the forenoon.

Blood BankDrawing Mrs. Tinsel Miller gave a buffet Mrs. Doria Nelms president

luncheon recently at their homeon Heard Seen SPELLING BEE WINNERS Gregory Peters was of Sorosis Club, which Is sponsoring eon.Music

Poinsettia Drive in Breeze the winner In the recent spelling! bee conducted at the Frontier Day on March Group
wood Park. The 7, brought of the '
guests were patterns sunbonnets -
Set I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Michaelsand In Around Orange City School Shirley. .Groover was runnerup. to be sold and several

]II Dr. and Mrs. Willis LaBaw i Bdth are sixth graders. They, as well as..all other win- of the ladies present offered to Entertains

I i f of DeLand and Mr. and Mrs. I -: ners and runnersup in individual area schools' spelling make sunbonnet, -

ORANGE: CITY The next Dale Griffin of Lake Wlnneml Lake HelenLAKE "'b.ees. will compete in the annual spelling bee sponsoredby Following a sack lunch the ORANGE CITY Members of

Blood Bank drawing of the : .d! ssett. T he group attended the the DeLand Sun News. to be held at 7:30: March business meeting was held with the music group of the Village
Orange City .Chapter of the ; j art exhibit at the Florida Federation 3 m the DeLand High School auditorium. Mrs. W. H. Leard, president Improvement Association (Worn
American Red Cross will be held of Art Headquarters In De presiding. A vote of thanks was an's Club) and guests held a
l ::I Bary. HELEN How long given to Mrs. Leard for her
In Dickinson Memorial Library ; service most interesting meeting recent.
Mull 1 April 3 from ..7 p.m. i4P Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tushausof since you visited the Lake Helen to the club.REPRESENT. ly at the home of Mrs. Juanlta
Mrs. Christian H. Behnke, past Bettendorf, Iowa arrived Monday Library land spent some' 'Umebrowlllnl' Founders Scouts CLUB: Burnham* "

chairman and Mrs. John Hofls.ter } and will spend a week' with and visiting with: May Mrs. Lucille Ainsworth and Miss Esther Emerson gave a .

present chairman of the Mr. and Mrs. James GUlitzer of Dumbell. the IIbrarlan'Tuesday Mrs. Ida Adams were appointed talk on "Edward H., Grieg the
night Jt dropped In to do'
Blood Bank, met at the Chapter ; S. Hickory Ave. In Orange City a to represent the club at a man and the musician." Miss ,

House recently with members of ----- ---..,," .. Terrace and a wf'ekvltl\ Mr. research do.Just as the school students ,. Honored Newsletter] meeting to be held in the DeBary Emerson said: "His music showsa
and Mr. Jesse Shulse of N. May) says..sometimes, .
the committees: Mrs. Ott Thomas 'We' : .: Community Center Feb. 27? at genuine and loving soul and
INJrs. Irvin .Lewis Mrs Howard ; MARRIAttK. E PLANNED Hickory Ave., also In the ter"-! there as many as 15 on . ';', 10 a..m.Thl.. Is held by the De. its universal appeal probablyrests
Of Interest to Orange City race.'Mr. and Mrs. Tushaus own Tuesday Thursday ;evenings,
Booth. .Mrs. Victor Schaefer, Bary Home Demonstration Club In its folk song base."
lde.nt. Is.Ih Who come in. to work
re > engagementand on school
Miss Helen' Snodgrass .and Mrs. property. In. the terrace. : and there will be By Grieg's 60th
birthday, he
ORANGE CITY sharing ofarts
approaching. ''flI The'ReV.' Mr. And Mrs. Austin aast'p I \!!.. }1rJl.l7.,1\oW!}! , The February when.Type 111 of the Sabin Oral.
Marlon and well) known
was so that his
craft ideas. birthday
IlM" Carol r... Underwood. Stiles bt Martinsbuisf. W.Va.., hai.:three;*up.'tn.dateeitQrci} ,.. newsletter of the ParenTeachers Vaccine will'be given and those *
OTHERS PRESENT daughter of Air. and Mrs; WU. were guests .of Mr. ahd Mrs. dias that are heinz'put to, good :Association; of Orange attending are asked to bring. An invitation was given by was celebrated like a national -
Other Chapter members present City honored Founders the Sorosis Club to enter birthday. He has been referred
Jill M. Underwood Jr. of HuntIngton Chauncey Barnhart of E. Minnesota user 'Day'.nd. their yellow slips. afloat
were II. M. Hussey Chapter .. Man to A. Boy I Scout Week. Mrs. in the Frontier Day parade anda to as "Chopin of the
chairman, Harold Hock chairman Raymond Ave. several days last week The Lake HeJen Library Is a Daryl Ganung. Mrs. David North."
Forare Jr., won of Mr. and' Founders Day Feb. 17 Gaines. Mrs. B. F. committee of Mrs. Ainsworth,
free com Loweryand
before library of
of fund drive; Mrs. H. M. going to Miami. En route a part the Volusla His marriage to a cousin had
Mrs. Raymond A. Forare of memo rated the Mrs. Nettles Mrs. Samuel WaU and Mrs. Peg
day when the Beryl attended
Hussey chairman of the Canteen home, Mr. and Mrs. Stiles wUl County Library sjstem. The to be postponed for until
201 Ada Ave.. Orange City. the gy Steward was appointed.Mrs. years
and her committee Mrs Harold come back to Orange City and bookmobile makes regular trips PTA idea took on the force and study-course, "Looking in on he developed"
a career through
Hock and Mrs. John Crowther.Hussey An April wedding In being look for a home.! He plans to from Daytona Beach' bringing vitality of a nationwide move our School" held Jan. 28 in Day. Hannah Webber gave a teaching composing and conduct
Introduced Frazier planned. Miss Underwood la a retire soon and they would like the latests. books as well as old ment. For it was on that day In tona Beach and received a better report of the County Council ing that satisfied her

Jones administrative director of 1962 graduate. of Huntington to locate here.! favorites many, of them special 1897 that some 2,000 persons understanding of the school sys meeting in January, at which that he could her. family It
High Hrhool and i In support wasa
the Volusla.Flagler Regional employedbv BOOKS ON MuSIC requests by Lake Helen readers.If came to Washington D. C< to tem. time the new officers of the most
Sterling Radiator Co., Inc., book Is discuss "questions most vital to There' will be' a district PTA county club were installed. Mrs. satisfactory marriage
Blond Center at Daytona Beach. Wentfleld, Maw Forare At the February meeting of the a requested that Is not lasting Into his sixties.
The Orange City Chapter Includes finished rerenlly Village Improvement" Association on the shelves at the library It the welfare of children, and the conference In Sanford March 2 Leard. reelected, was 'installed Mrs. Christian Behnke!

Enterprise. Osteen BenTtinfflnn. . with 'the an overseen V.". Army.anftlgnment (Woman's Club), Mrs. Da- will be procured from other Hbraries manifold interests of the home." and the president would like to president of the Orange. City his "Ich Lleber Dich" and "Witha sang
..." n*>Rnrv and Df>1. vld O. Decker reported a giftto : In .the countyor from When the group left it had have two voting delegates attend club; Mrs. J, R. Jeffrey first Violet," accompanied Mrs.
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tona. and t is the only; Red Cross the Dickinson Memorial Library Tallahassee if it Is available.BESTSELLER brought Into being a national with her. Registration will vice president; Mrs. Lily May, David O. Decker. His "A Minor"
Chapter In Florida I I which Orange City of 35 books on music organization that was to grow in be from 9::30 till 10 a.m. second vice president: Mrs. Sonata" for cello and piano was
provides tree blood to every from the library of the Ute The library also receives 10 strength and influence and makea The nominating committee of Robert J. Ransom Sr., secretary! heard on the Magna Vox and
resident in Its area. Mrs. Ruth Mlllard. They were bestsellers a month from a lendIng deep imprint on American life. the Volusia.Flagler County Council Mrs Lucille Ainsworth. treasurer Mrs. Decker gave his "Album
Jones said: "This blood Is Garden Club presented to the library by her library in Atalnta The library MEMBERS HONORED has presented to all local : and Mrs. Oman Thomas Leaf" as a piano solo.
available In every hospital In husband, Robert K. Millard. board also purchases many Each year since 1910 PTA units for their consideration a County Council delegate.
Volusla County. Moreover they Holds The memorial card is Inscribed books some of them paid for by members have honored the Foun. slate of officers for 1"64.65: and CLUB REPORT Miss Emerson's pictures of his
can receive blood without chargeIn Party "Music is Love in Search of a monies given In memory of ders. And through the Founders the" voting will be held at the Mrs. Hoyt Cox gave a reportof home and details of her visit

every other state, Canada and Word" a quotation'suggested by loved ones. Lately several books Day gift, they have helped to March 10 meeting of the" council. the reading club meeting giving there, as well! as Mrs. Behnke'aauthentic "

Puerto Rico, If the hospital will ORANGE CITY Tha Orange: Miss\ Ethel Robb from "Sym." and a four-drawer steel filing' Insure ever stronger and more OFFICER SlATE a list of books to read andrecited artifacts were otherhighlights

accept blood from this Blood City Garden Club held a' valentine phony" by Sidney Lanler. funds In memory of Harriet effective local, state and national The slate Is Mrs. Joseph! I .a poem'.:' "Poem Valentine of the program. .

Center on a one for one, replacement card party Friday afternoon The Chat and Sew Club of Starkweather and the Chandler parent.teacher action for children. Kingston r; president; Mrs. ." An invitation was read
basis" In Dickinson Memorial Library Orange City 1 Terrace was family. This gift is a birthday" Charles Van Hoose, first vice Inviting the group to participateIn Scouts, Leaders
123 PINT clubrooms with 11 tablesIn entertained at the home of Mrs. The name Harriet Stark. gift for every child In the com president; Mrs. J. E. Pierson. the "Paint Up, Clean Up"

In 1963 the Orange City center play. Robert Miller )yesterday weather brings to mind Mrs. munity. second vice president Mrs. Hugh campaign; to be held April 6.18. Travel To Wc.nkn
gave 123 pints of blood and If Colorful potted petunia plants afternoon.Mr. Starkweather as I knew her. The Orange! City PTA honored Cox recording secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Clare Marshall Sr. and

the recipient had paid for this were used for decoration and and Mrs. Alfred Wnller of She and her niece lived 'In the Boy Scout Troop 544, and Cub Daryl Ganung. corresponding Mrs. Thomas Bramfitt displayed LAKE HELEN MyrleDusenbury. I

blood the cost would have. been later given as table prizes. Whitehall, Mich.. arrived Sunday two.story building that stood Scout Pack 544. which are sponsored secretary; Mrs. Edward Phillips, chairs they had recaned and scoutmaster, and
$3.073 at $25 a 'pint. Camellia blooms 'centered" each for a visit with Mrs. Woller's where Asa Gray Park Is how by local churches. Boy treasurer; and Mrs. Alfred Ferrari offered assistance to anyone who Carrol Heath, assistant scout

No one need be afraid of donating table when pie and coffee was and sister' Mr. Mrs. Starkweather was a tiny Scout Week Feb. 7.13 marked the historian.The needed help. master, each took a carload of
blood as the body replaces served' and the ,Valentine scorecards I and Mrs. Edward Lederer They elderly lady with a sparkle in 54th anniversary of the Boy Orange City School and The following chairmen of six scouts to Welaka last Sunday.

fluid blond within few minutes carried out the Valentine' pent two days In St. Petersburgand her eye! and a keen sense of humor. Scouts of America. the PTA are cooperating with Home Improvement were ap The boys .visited the_ United
and with easy and improved theme. i Bradenton and will go to Ft An ardent gardener.' she I Public schools sponsor nearly 'I the town In its "cleanup cam pointed: Mrs.. Ainsworth Home: States fish hatchery and aquarium << .
a techniques by experienced nurses Mrs. A. R. Stelnmeyer dtnated Lauderdale before returning shared the! fruits of her garden I 5,000 units representing a total palsrn": to be held April fI.18. Mrs Lily Mfny and Mrs. Joseph there.:The afternoon was all
donating I* m Jirrni.aa ,and cute ot her lovely csk.sI j decorated r 'north.. with everyone.One of 123,000 boys. The largent single The room mothers of Miss Barbara Blower FoOd and Mrs Vernon too short aa the boys viewed
rewarding experience." "The life In the red and whit rotors !f. THOMAS GUKAT1! of my'favorite stories is a sponsor of scouting Is'the Bedlent'S second" grade Rlderkin, Family Life. Mrs. El- approximately 130: species of

you save may be your own." appropriate to the day. Mrs. Recent guests"" of Mr. and Mrs. true one. Mrs. Starkweather had parent-teacher association which room were thanked for the special derkln is the Sunshine chairman, fish that are found in the St.
Retired persons ,who cannot Gladys Larson was the 1 ucky OIlman[ Thomas of W French some gorgeous red amarylls accounts for 22,500 units a totalof refreshments for the meet- in place of Mrs. Phil Schuh. Johns River system. The albino
give blood are often the ones who winner of the cake. Several Ave. were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar blooms she wished to share with 850,000 boys.A Ing. Parents who were! there for Mrs. Schuh Is recovering nicely catfish Intrigued them 'ust as
peed it the most. They can door prizes also were given. Hrugman, daughter Julia and another gardener, Carlton Taylor reminder was given that the" first time were welcomed. from her serious illness. they do adult visitors. Scouts
'Contribute% by helping the chapter The committee In charge was and Mrs. Roy Brugman of who lived where the A. Y* Sunday March 1. is the day Dan Rutkowski, Supervisor of Following the business meeting enjoying the trip were Pat and

to i,find donors or transporting Miss Marian Morrison general Sharlesvllle.I Ohio. Weekend ?owers do now. Picking a huge Elementary Education will be Mrs. Edna Eby homedemonstratlon Rex Moran. Dickie and Freddy
donors to Library Hall. chairman; Mrs. G. Gordon Mead guests were Mr. and Mrs. bouquet she called her yardman. are "Fifty Famous Fairy Sto. the guest speaker at the March agent' gave the lesson Taylor. Wayne Boykin Chris and

Orange 'Juice Is given to all In charge of tickets: Mrs. 3. N. Babcock of Cleveland, Bill Smith. ries" by Bruno Frost, "Clipper 10 meeting.! A nominating committee on "Utes of Insecticides and Thomas Craft Larry Vorpagel; ,
,donors and, the canteen will Edward Lederer and Miss Morri "Take these flowers to Mr.. Ship Days" by John Jennings will be appointed for next Pesticides" Paul Dusenbury. Robin Dykes,
I provide free sandwiches cookies, son table and door prizes; and and Mrs. Edward Stukins Taylor Bill" she said. "Tell and countless others. year's officers. The next meeting March 19! Roger Olson and Herbert Perry.
I coffee, tea and cokes. Mrs Stanley Bele!ke, the des left for their home in Huntington him that Solomon in all his There are many garden books
sert. Mrs. Otto' Nelsnn and Mrs. W.VA Mnde .,t.... h.Ins' the glory was not arrayed as these." and government pamphlets on

I''j Terrace Group Nancy McCoy' .assisted- In serv guests iM"rWlj ;"" of Bill started" oft for the long walk ral.intr any thinII' you can think
of from horses
to lilies.
ing. -
Orange City Terrace. The Stu. around the lake, mumbling to
Officers Elected There will be a special meeting tins visited here earlier and then himself all the way. Arriving at NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC) HEAR"Treasury
of Garden Club members at left for a trip down the west the Taylors he handed Mr. Tayor There are National Geographies -
2 p,m. Monday In the clubroom. from 1931 to date. They
OflANGCrTYHowardPoweU const and to the Keys.A the bouquet.. saying trium- are
( This will take the place of the Christian Sing was. held In phantly, "Mlz Starkweather kept up to date by Mrs. Dave
of say
serve as president meeting March 2 as the club Is Fultz. In 1960 the" Lake Helen
the Orange City Terrace Civic the recreation building of the. tn tell you Solomon In all his
planning to .. to Home Demonstration Club
Association for 1964. Other officers g. Cypress Gar Candlelight Trailer Court Fridayevening glory[ was not as red as these!I" gave
I who were elected to dons on that date.Sliufflehoardcrs. with :21? In attendance. JVfcW FICTION:" to the library the Index covering of

\ serve with Powell are. Harry Robert Orrell accompanied the Well back to the library.: National Geographies back to
I Unger vice president; Mrs. Vincent singing/ on his guitar and sang Among the new fiction books are 1809, and the supplements keep
I and Mrs. 'The Wayfaring Stranger" The "The Living Reed" by Pearl that index up to date.
Lynch, treasurer; Defeat .
wood The I U from 2 4
Harry Linger secretary.The Long Rev. May Miller ol DeLand Buck, "The Shoes of the Fish. library open
and 79pm. Tuesday 79pm. "
officers Installed announced. the songs.: man" by West, "Caravans" by
were by LAKt:-,HELEN":;.. Thursday and from IS:
Mrs. Robert Miller at a meeting Last Thursday A valentine party was held .Inhe Ulchnor. and several of FI'ankSJAulhtl"r'a p.m. Hymns"EVERY -
last Friday I evening In the about 18 members of the recreation building Saturday books. SAturdAY. Make it a point to
Community Center on S. Lake Helen Shuffleboard Club evening with approximately 30'' In the chlldienV department, visit soon and get acquainted.
Williams Ave. Further plans ]Journeyed to Lnngwond for a enjoying the ,evening. Games 'here are new books on science Monday at 730:: the doors open
tournament and came home the and at 8 p.m. the fun begins at
were made towards work on the were played and dancing. ilstory and several volumes of
Center. winners. \MIT FRIKNDSMr. Junior American Heritage. There the annual Mardi Gras at the
This trip to Longwood each : and Mrs. Otto Mlkltta of Recreation Hall I at Cassadaga.
Preceding dish the meeting held a with covered Near is looked forward to by the the" Candlelight Trailer Court Chase Is' also a guest of the Dress up and Join the fun. or
29 members supper and four local shufflers. The Longwood were In Port Charlotte from Klsters. I come and watch the rest of us. SUNDAY

The decorations guestspresent. club provides a delicious dinnerat Wednesday until Saturday visitng Sunday dinner guests of the There will be music by Nell and
were I a nominal charge and the Regal Spencer at their Hammond
hearts and flowers in keeping friends Klsters were" Mr. and Mrs. Edward
with the Valentine theme. Guests visitors provide their own des DRIVE Barth.' of Hamburg. N.Y., I organ dancing food costumesand
The" I and now In Daytona beauty queens all for a
sert.Play palntup, clean-up Beach.
were and Mrs. Edward

Fitch of Detroit. Mich. and Mr. Helen Courts wa* hot last at Saturday the. Lake as owing campaign Mayor In Orange James L City fnl'l Word DEATH has been NOTED received by ''I I CHARLOTTE.nominal sum. See you there- 9:30 10

. and Huntlngton.Mrs. Edward W.Va. Stukins of ,, the Harry Red's Bott beat and the Tom BUck.Erwin but of sons appeal for community. Intends In Orange City Terraceof Sorosis Holds : a.m. to .1 am

During the" social session a :the Blacks defeated Suite participation In the plan to makeOrange the death In Flint, Mich. onFpb. .
City a more beautiful andsafer . 3 of Mrs. Martha Cool.
colored sound movie, "Keep Lasher and Mrs. Rappold of the
place In which live kirn. Cool and her Frank Holiday
America Beautiful" was shown Reds In the playoff. There was to son
and refreshments were served. quite a crowd at the courts last seems to be well on Its way to ndgson. have been winter res
The next regular meeting will Sunday afternoon.Lunchroom success.Th dents at his home on N ORANGE CITY David,
be Feb. 25.Hostesses. -- .- portico over the entranceof William Ave. Last fall' Mrlodgson Beach and Marilyn Bazemore of

for the supper" were Boosted!!! the Pilgrim Community sold his property here Orange City were" crowned king RADIO WOO 0 'l3lOkc
Mrs. Fanny Mazurak. Mrs. Church has been completed and because" nf his mother's health j and queen of hearts' at the annual

Hannah Lohaler and Mrs. LAKE HKLKN! At Mon. work on the. addition to the Mrs. Cool would have been !91 : Valentine dance given; '
Hannah Weber. day's American' Legion< Meeting\ church has been started. on Feb. 14. Mrs. Coot will he Saturday evening by the Sorosis i .
lf.>.w.s., voted 'todonate' $10 to Work has also been started on missed as she was always In. Club. The affair was held In

Red Cross the Lake Helen School Lunchroom he Improvements planned for erested In the events ol the terrace Dickinson Memorial Library 5,000 Watts
Group fund. Tuesdays Candy he! Dickinson Memorial Library and spry for her age. Hall with approximately 33 In :
t. : .
game; was for the benefit of the mllding. This Is one of the moat Visitors In the! horn nf Mr. attendance.
Sets Fund DriveORANGE Legion Auxiliary Unit 127 Plant Important buildings In Orange and Mrs. Victor' Schaefer Sun. There were five dance contests

were discussed for the Post's City as it contains the library day were their son.In-law and -' and prizes awarded to the
CITY The annual Birthday dinner to be held next I. the meeting place for clubs daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald I winners who were: Sandra Lanl-
fund and membership drive for month W.tclfor more Information and Is the scene of many soc.U Hack and sons. ..Johnny.And I gun and Harold Gamble, Belinda Brought To You By:
the Orange City Chapter of the" after next meeting affairs. Dnnny of Winter Park and Mr.I I Lindsay and Jimmy Ressler.
American Red Cross will start The Baptist Church has almost and Mrs. Addiwin Black nf Mary Beach and Mike Blendlng-
March 5. A Deltona: Miss Helen Snodgrsss. er. Gall Vaughn and Allan. Nettles .
contribution automatically (completed a new sanctuary the Goldenrod. The occasion was the
makes the contributor and Mrs.\ Marion Wtsler. Enterprise tfethodlst Church has added to celebration of Johnny's 13th I Bunny Vaughn. and Mike
a member,of the Red Cross. ; Mrs. J. S. Peterson and he appearance of the buildingand ; birthday. Venable. Judy Bobbins and Allen-Summerhill Inc.

H. M. Hussey, Is chairman of Mrs. Harry Osteen In Osteen. seeded the. lawn and the John Ripp.
the Chapter which serves Orange Letters will be mailed to ,restdents First Congregational Church baa The hostesses were Mr*. Beryl ,
City. DeBary. Enterprise' Benson of the various communities renovated the I Nettles. Mrs. Norris Long and '
Junction Deltona and Osteen." and a house canvass will Improvements personage also are being .irs latter Ta Knew UtAa4 I(' Mrs. Richard Harris. Mrs.. Net- Funeral SERVICE Ambulance '.

Harold Hock of Orange City I Is be made' In Orange City nade on the commercial. buildR" Nat Need UI, Than ties and Mrs. Harris chaperonedthe
chairman A meeting for the chairmen I part>. ShYING WEST VOIUSU SINCI 1S77 *
general: of the Fund |> > with repainting and repay- Ta Need Us Aad Nat
Drive! and co-chairman for aol wnikern Is scheduled March' !
nit, and tearing flownkkl buil.i.iogn. KaawU*. : -ml"kln Men
Orange City are Warren D Pw 4 In the Chapter House anti :, Sri

and Jack Stcln (business) upplle will be given out. It I isexpected Mr sad Mrs. Clayton thind of i LANKFORDOrange I.AKE HELEN The Lambskin D*>Land DeBarr
Co-chairmen for DeBary a representative of the .
Buffalo. H.Yarrived la t Thurs-
. Cub will meet next Thursday I
Mrs. Marie AccardI. Mrs. Robert American Red ero.lltb..rfrom ,, I I I I1M Phon. Phon.
Atlanta Jacksonvillewill day for aUlt with Mrs ltunuisparents. t tKlattr. I City Chapel at TutO pxm. at Hopkins hail ,
Nichols. Mrs. A. Arrlngton Mr*. or -- Mr. and Mrs. Jacob : j Instead of tonight as previouslyannxinred.
W. J. Reich and Miss Barbara bet present.AddIItonal. of Lakevtew Ave. While j ...... H.ltt There win h itnminiitKMi 734-1663 668-1671

Bedlent. ( ... Are News "iere. the Hunds plan to go to "Aeubeiss. rbe.e. t1s-tt of officers and D Kirk j
Mrs.' J. F HoUlster and Mrs. 'On race MbM>) Hialeah and SI Petersburg; and I j Gvnby of I>eLaAd111 ba the
, Ju Rclndl are co-chairmen: : for New Orleans. Mrs. Florence. I -- -- I speaker.


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I J Hopefuls Qualify For Stale Race; I

/ Stover Opera* 11

Aspirants For I Political Posts Named From Our ;

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TALLAHASSEE (UPI) sixteen Congress 7th district: Rep. Millsborough: Group 3, Rep. Early Files Youth] Theatre]

candidates qualified to run James T. Haley Sarasota; llth: Lotus de La Parte group 4, 4
for office In Florida yesterday. James E. King Cocoa. Rep. Robert Mann group 3, I 35 Years Ago i
Milk Featured In Stover Theater'supcoming j
Including Commission Circuit
Judge 7th circuit: Rep. Ray C. Knopke group 6, '
Chairman Chailes O. Andrews of James T. Nelson Daytona Rep. Terrell Sessums; Hendry. i production of the? |
Orlando who qualified for the WASHINGTON (urI)Presl-, .. Prom tl,. "".. .f ts. 112.
Reach O. Edgar Williams Jr., J. R. Spratt t; Holmes: DonnieE. AD.L.nd Daily'TII.L opera 'The Merry Wives off
District Court of Appeals bench. 'I Fort Lauderdale group one. TreadweU, J. J. Williams dent Johnson file! to California Windsor." will be the Stover*
Andrews has been appointedto State 2nd circuit Commander Jackson tonight for a two"day meeting
attorney : Emogene : : { f.OOII. ADMCKDateline Theatre Children's Theatre The'
the position effective March t with President" Adolfo Lopez |
Sylvan Strickland, Tallahassee; Howard Odom and Coy Mite Fort Henry
10. but must be elected in orderto Mateos of Mexico In his first opera will be performed at thftj
6th-: Alex D. Finch Clearwater: chell.: Lake: W. H. Reedy Bob Ford one. of the. world's .
hold the! official conference' with a Latin theatre March 47.Children's
Judgeship after nth: Paul Antinort Jr.. Tampa; Skinner; Liberty: E. Amos greatest manufacturer and
January 1965. llth: J. Frank Adams Blounts- Sumner R. L. Hosford; Lee: American chief of state since considered "the richest man Theatre providesexperience .
In theatre work fort_
Others qualify'ing yesterdaywere town. M. T. Randell: Levy: Rep. taking office. In the world" yesterday summed '
the Junior high age group
: Democratic national committeeman Frank Marshhum; Madison: JoltnllOland his wife were up his formula for successin : \
State d ., scheduled" to 'take off by Jet of DeLand All members of thin' j
Senate: A. G. C Russell Martin
Broderson. Mer- Rep. E. ; : y4 h N a single word: Work. local resident. !'
1st district: Allen W. Lind&ey riff Island; Bill McCoy. Jackson Rep. William E. Owens; Nassau 1 ',k 1 ,r from Andrews Air Force Base! I rn.Mt\m ENTERTAIN': group Children's are Theatre members! 1
Sr.. Milton. ville. Claude outside Washington;: at 6 p.m. I
: Rep.
Wingate: Mr, and Mrs Austin Conrad under the direction of CyrustCresay
House: Orange: Group 3, John Jacobs, EST for a flight of five hours *
Democratic national commit. of Athena Park entertainedtheir will perform the ballet
Reps. Oliver Nash of Franklin tt't'wom.n-Ann Vaker. Clearwater group 1, Rep. Henry Land; and 13 minute! to Palm bridge club at the Stetson sequence for the opera DeLand
Rene A. Zacchinl of Hills- Beach.Republican. Pasco: Rep. Tommy Stevens; Springs! Calif., 'here they will Manor Wednesday, Among theguest residents! taking part Include!

borough. C. A. Roberts of Union. national commit. Putnam: Rep. James N. Beck: spend'" the night.TXI.KS t. ; were Max Acree, Mr. Mike Searles, Arthur Tuttle.. '
A. J. Thomas of Bradford J. J. Palm Beach: Group 1, Joel T. LATHI; and Mrs Horace Allen Mr. Skip Holmes, Steve Works"
tet'man-Albert Roberts in St.
Griffin of O!ceola. W. M. In- Daves in; Polk: Group 3. Wallace Lopez !Matron and his wife, and Mrs. Joe Frank Nahm Ja"1uVf'hh., Ann Cornwell.'
I .
man of Gadsden. and Mary Ann Storey: Sarasota: Rep. who are arriving In Loa Angeles Mr. and Mrs. E. L. GlllUand Ten't I Cornwell Candy Cornwell. g \
MacKenzle of Dade; former Rep. Senate 1st district! : John W. Hasson; Suwannee: Thursday morning<<, were. to Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Gunby. Candy Bunker, Deldree Hamll !I I j
Prentice Pruitt of Jefferson Sen. Clayton Ma poles. Milton; Rep. Leon McDonald; Seminole: he greeted by the Johnson* at (..O\R\OIt''' SERI: Wendy Mansfield. Su/y Smotht"1"I I ,
Ronald A. Green of Columbia. 3rd: Sen. Clyde Galloway De- Rep. Joe Davis; Sumter: Rep.' International Airport. Both Gov. Dnvle C. Carlton was man and Carol' Jenkins. "* f
Circuit Judge: funiak Springs Shoupe Howell E. C. Rowell: Wakulla: Rep. President's speak and receive !guest of honor at the Volusla Also, Included are Sonny Gotf'aLinyd

Tyrle A. Dover, Jacksonville Bonlfay and John Angus. Me Bobby Russ; Washington: Rep. honorary degrees Thursday at County Fair todAY.IU1.I01l)1'4 Sponenburg. Jane Holme,* ,
fourth circuit. donald Chlpley; Sth: Sen Ralph C. Carter. the University rf California at ; NKUH Alice. Valentine Roxann: Head.* ."4,
State attorney: Luther Tucker, Crawfordvtlle Los Angeles (UCLA, then flyby Photo raptlon: The historic' Shrilll Lewis Marsha Week
George Tapper, Port St Joe, helicopter to Palm Springsto church of St. John Later an, and Jeff Messersmlth.! ..*
W. Randall Slaughter LiveOak Cecil Co Un. Port St. Joe, Charles D.C. REPORT begin their official talks. the "mother church" of Chris "Merry Wives of Windsor*.
circuit and W. D. L. McKissack Carrabelle; While 'their meeting waslargely tianity was chosen as the tickets at $1,23 for reserved'
Hopkins Tallahassee second. 9th: Sen. James E. Connor a h"nd..IIC'I"-th.ool"o, place for the signing of the eats are availableat the*
Republican national commit.teewoman Brooksvllle; 13th: Sen. W. C. U.S. Boost der gesture of friendship customary treaty agreement between the theatre box office. or by calUhj;*

: Herrell. Miami Springs Charles early In a new administration Vatican and the Italian government 7H: .IIM between 3:30 and 3 p.m,
Frances C. Salmon St. Peters F. Brown, Miami; 15th: Sen. there were some substantive by which the Vatican Is the. week of the opens, or bjfo
burg. Charley Johns Starke; 17th: matters to come beforethe recognized a* a sovereign state writing Box 1177 Stetson Unlvrrslty ."
Qualifying Tuesday were: Sen. Jouston Roberts Live Oak: CMA CONCERT STAR -William Metcalf. a leading two Chief. Executives for the first time since 1R70. .
For governor-Haydon Burns 19th: Sen. Beth Johnson Orlando Of Defenses baritone of the New York City Opera will sing in Lope Mateos wa expectedto ru.FEitiNO: rt.Aatlh4An ,,: Following "Merrv Wives of

Jacksonville: Fred Dickinson ; 21st: Sen. Etter Usher. the DeLand Civic Music Association's fourth concert of urge a permanent solution to epidemic of auto.plate' Windsor" Stover Theatie will
West Palm Beach; Robert King Chlefland Sim L. Townsend. the season to be presented at 8 pm. today at Elizabeth salinity, of the. Colorado. River thefts ii Is sweeping the state produce "Hans and the Tulip"\ *

High. Miami, Fred B. Karl. Bell; 23rd 1 Gordon H. Savage Hall. His long list of musical comedy and operetta and the damage It has, causedto Several Deljind motorists have April" 911, followed by "Dairy
Dayton Beach; Scott Kelly Leesburg and Rep.elborn Is DetailedBy leads almost match his Impressive list of opera charac an estimated" !50.000 acres of reported( 'their 19'J9! : tags stolen of Ann Frank" May 141". * ti

Lakeland and John E. MathewsJr. Daniel, Clermont; 25th: Sen. terizations. A product of the land Conserva Mexican' farmland The same from their machines.
., Jacksonville. School problem figured prominently In AT TIIR: IHIKKA; A Cuhan pIItrlot- l ;ti;; l In aNew
Dempsey Barron and Rep. Leo Music and the Juillard in New York
For Cabinet Secretary of C. Jones Panama City; 31st: Metcalf has made as soloist ontelevision's the March 12! : meeting berwren "Ills Captive Woman" with York rooming house designed -
State Tom Adams; ComptrollerRay Sen. Verle Pope St. Augustine HAY CROMLEl'Wa.hinttnn : Firestone Lope Mateoa and the George Kltzmaurlce. Milton CuhVs flag<<,
; "Voice of and has been hailedon
Sills and Dorothy( Mackalll.
Green; Agriculture Commissioner CerreapendentWASHINGTON late President John F. Kennedy AY.
37th: James R. Dressier. Cocoa
: the recital "a of taste ::
Doyle Conner: School NEA) stage as performer scrupulous REMEMBER
39th: Maurice McLaughlin Fort ( and Mesh Water Fish Commission .
Supt. Thomas D. Bailey, and Walton Beach: 41st: Sen. John Below the surface of debate and refinement. Kennedy and the Mexican: the Development Commission SAC DOES IT PEST: ?
Treasurer J. Edwin Larson. Spottswood. Key West Rep. over reliability of U.S. missiles president agreed In seek a so and the Tallahassee Demo- QHBKN1 rVKI. Deft H Far LKSS).
Supreme Court E. Harris Jack Saunders Key West. lies a definite scientific problemwe LIGHTER SIDE Wlnokur. the cultural adviser. lution and t certain steps have crab IALjI.
Drew, group two; B. K. Roberts, House Bay: Rep Julian are moving with all possible "Some doughnuts are as elegant been taken by the United
-p. group one; Richard W. Ervin Bennett: Citrus: Rep. Allison haste to correct.Responsible as French pastry," Slater. Slates. to solve the problem.

group three. Strickland; day: Louis L. Huntley missile scientists There's More said. "But everything la made Mexico however contend. that'
, Utilities Commission Ed ; Collier: Rep. James L. question after a strong Russian with doughnut dough and Is salinity of the Colorado re.

.. Mason. Walker; Dad: Group one Rep. nuclear attack how' many missiles filed like a doughnut. mains excessive. and 'that danv

District Appellate Court-John David C. Eldredge, group 6. we are certain will be To Doughnuts "If you baked a doughnut, It age 'to Mexican: farmland continue SALE
T. Wlgglnton Tallahassee lit Murray H. Dubbin group 8, usable and accurate. The dan- would taste like sponge cake," .*.
district. rep. Richard A. Pettlgrew, age they fear is- from radiationand Winokur said. Johnson and Lopez Mateos

group 13. Rep. Louis Wolfson. neutrons which would be Than 1> Douh s "A doughnut drive-in In Florida scheduled. two main business

Mod Your Home group 14. Rep.- Maxine E. liberated by enemy blasts... has a customer who feeds sessions Thursday afternoonand

Baker; Duval: Group 1, R. A. With contentlonal circuitry Br DICK WKST doughnuts to his horse" said the second on Saturday OF SHOES
high radiation after
-Intensity pulses morning which a Joint
Cobb and Rep. Harry West- WASHINGTON (UPI) I Zucher. "The horse prefers
COOLER IN SUMMER from a nuclear explosion can communique was to bo Issued OJI
berry. group 3. Rep. George have no statistics to supportthis toasted coconut doughnuts
Special Prico-Full' Stalling, group 5, Rep. Tom scramble the memory of a statement but I dare say "Our company has its own and I the Mexican president
stock ofYaxloy's
i Greene, group 6, Lynwood missile guidance computer, pie- that the average American goes research, and development. de.partment planned to hold. a news conference We just bought the ,entire Shoe

3" Fiberglass Arnold group 7, Rep. Fred maturely trigger a decision circuit through life without ever giving' Slater aald "We'reen In Palm Springs, I Inc. of North Carolina Save
Insulation 5 1- Schultz: Dixie: Rep. H a 1 cause other equipment more! than a parsing! throught. ,+, the verge) of something: rev.olutlonary ) on
p::: malfunction. I'll Chief SrtTALLAHASSEE
( Charles: EscamblaCroup 1. A, one-megaton explosion In to doughnuts ' In doughnut I can't .. hunaredrof Ke at"'Hor Bargains I *" ,
Rep. Gordon Wells, group 2. will We either take doughnuts or tell you what It 1. but It will : (urn) The
Conrad Lumber Co. Rep. George Stone, group 3, space 10 million produce roentgen a- crippling,second we leave them alone. We do be the greatest thing<< sine the State Patrol announced yesterday '
Phil Ashler; Gllchrlst Rep Howell pulse more than 110 miles aw.y.EIf not, as a rule, spend much Invention of the Itnl,.." the appointment of B. EJohnson .
W. Michigan At N. Delaware Lancaster; Gadnden: Louise ct. of these' pulses have time contemplating doughnuts: "A doughnut man mu.tI he as public relation director

rboae 734-4454 I Blackburn.Gulf been measured through almost There are people In this creative," said Wlnokur. "11e for the patrol
: Rep. Ben C. Williams; quarter of a mile of earth. country, however who arc must develop.I He must Johnson succeed the late [
STEPS TAKEN wrapped up in doughnut People . dream" Red Keice.Befoie .

,..'<, Steps are being taken to correct I who spend their waking. I So be It. Onward and upward Joining the patrol,
these difficulties. The Defense moments thinking<< about doughnuts :: with doughnuts Johnson served with the GameJUNIOR S
Department Is Installing and who dream of them

circuits tubes Insulation and while asleep. I
sensing devices better able to Kl:(;..IN vr i>rort.ftPeople : :'
withstand this electromagentlc who can spend linur HIGH SCHOOL
pulse. talking about doughnuts and

Some components being never tire of the subject
sealed In vacuum so there la People for whom the doughnuthas CONCERT IS PLANNEDThe
no air to be Ionized and cause boundless fascination People
I who are' concerned about the
stray currents Componentsmade music department of DeLand Junior High School 'to-
Patterned Linoleum Rugs9x12 of metal.ceramic combl. doughnut to Its Improvement.I Image and are. devoted night will present" the 11th annual concert by the band assisted
nations are being substituted' forcomponents by the eighth grade girls' trio and the ninth Irad.elrll' .
made of radiation- met up with such: II group ensemble.
this week at a coffee and LADIES FLATSAll
susceptible' organic materials. The will at 7 o'clock In the school auditorium
C I begin "
$ QC *,' siss! doughnut reception boated by
$3 85 Some circuits will be kept at and the public 1 I. Invited to attend.
R.'. $9.93120lb. o R'I' $7.9SI N high: temperatures to defeat the Speaker John W McCormack.flMass. The program U under the direction of musledepartment sizes and Displayed
.. at the Capitol. It was styles.
effects of sudden electroma-
teacher Mr, Mildred Clark John J, Henry Sr. and Paul
gentle pulses. Some of the a revelation to me.I .
Bog was both filled In and filled Caskey. on tables for your
missile control
system are being .
The program wilt Include 12 selection Glee club members
rejlggered to operate at higher up on doughnuts by Harry featured, In the presentation of "Getting< To Know You"
Charcoal BriquetsM" frequency levels less likely tobe Wlnokur, a big doughnut tycoon and "1 Could Have Danced All Night" will b* Marjorie
from Boston, and of
affected by the electroma some Valentine, ..Sherrlll Lewis. Linda Rodlca, Cynthia Wynn,
10-lb. BejS9tf gentle\ pul.unt out by a his associates, In the "Mister Donut" TO $4.991!
: : Sijsan\ Smother man. Ruth Ann Early Susan Planer, Linda" VALUES
Sot of 6 Stainless' Stool nuclear] explosion.Missile company Brandt and Dee Ringer
and. theist sites& are "Dramatic- : things are. happening Marcel Packer. Carol Deaver and poverty Klkly will L
l Knife Qotc 2.95 being hardened against: radiation in' doughnut Wlnokur .bo. soloists for "Caprice G'adIPu.." Singers for "Hey, lAnk
oclo . S .'JI as well as blast. Shielding said. "The nation ls. teeming' Me O>er" and! "Iris". will be Shirley Xcartett. Jo Ann Utter'
U being Inserted to protect with doughnut drive Ins. It s back. Alice Valentine Sara McRronm, Doreen Nance. Mary"

sensitive components. the' biggest step forward since Hood, Jacqueline Mautor, Donna Whlttaker, Jean "Wlahel
Glass The nuclear test ban makes the Invention of the hole." Sharon Redman Ann Thayer and Judy. Giles,

I full-scale tests of the new equipment "Even the shape of doughnuts Joe Blackburn will be 1 featured' In "Nocturno!' : Opus M'
Casting Rods. stlil 98 Impossible' Smallscaletests Is* changing** sold DavidB. \ by GriegAcrompanUt. Cats and DogsWOMEN'S I

have been satisfactory By Slater, the company pest 1 will he Kathy Mansfield, "Xu/anne WoUnr
mathematical Interpolation the dent "They now com In 41 LJnrU" Hall Nancy M"I"h..l""r and Joe Blackburn SHOESTABLE
defense scientists reason the I II varieties\ Including one with a
Vollr..lloetlc. handle. for dipping In coffee"' HilLS
Minuteman and Titan missile
complexes probably will standup 1 .'We rail It dipping: rather ,UTS c

Knife Sharpeners $ :;S' 4.95 I when refurbishing Is completed than dunking" said Carl Zurh Y. ... 69
director 4,991
I against electromagnetic I'I'I er. the advertising t. $
C.L oTrentlitorK3DIOS' pulses sent out by all "Dipping with a doughnut ban
nuclear explosions' except those\ die la approved' by

$ that are large!' and close! by Post."
u.uO "But we're not certain beyond. I; 'The doughnut has changed 1
. . .0' all doubt" says one scientist I from omethina'' you dunk. li

Goosonock "Ajld In defense we mutt b* coffee tn something you a.rens
absolutely certain; that's why I .. a liver'' tray" saM\ Mi-

we're keeping\ << the intercontinental : and .f.ctrnmagnetie
Desk $3.95
Lamps $ %:Sl. IMPI.K bomber" :, RKAAOV too pulses on tM cnmpl..WtrQt

The reason for lingering. .. doubtIs Ics of our missile system relish T TIty. IIE. r Mt 8i to 12 & 121 to 3 BOY'SMo.t
lists ef
3-li.ta' Ny!.. BristlePaint simple. It last always prwtlbl I By tarn test
bombers would -ni to tie t All SU*
& to know what Mg seal
even less rellaM than the big
Brushes Nye 98/ pulse win do simply by making .
missiles That la. a smaller pere
31.491, mall scale. test and apply, .tac* of bltnrnllUf.1
mathematics. bomber wo M prolMhly lI.e
Bahia Seed Therefore the Defense Depart- I through", an all.out Soviet *uc'>-
meet to pushing a series ofjrperlfnental
ar ."ad!:. Frwer would ft $139
projects>>, aimed at tJll"tOP" It'd' 4eflf5Js,
.aft.l. working out sew t tcfcaiiu" s fer j ..,,,, hIs
.."..tllt. 7 5 J 2 9 J i ii N-rt. "an.lMtAId
., elar
be effect
l.1. $1.2tLJa. 7" 1..44C u... testing better sbap. U tHr'r hiJ4en -
....... ... .... ........ In the ...... far trim targets j Your doctor knows that

i EVERY 2nd GALLONa1FREE i its unlikely that. large h. can count on your druggltt't .. VALUES
.wrlear weapoaa win .xpledM :.n'f.
_iby TN water alan "h :;pe efficiency and accuracy wh.n.vr b* . to $4.9'31 ,
at...u.. T. I
PAl VA'SDiSCOUNT I F E i I damp pul_, any el.etrnnag.netle I n..da a prescription filled In a hurry for I I tat..".u-_ SAVE

TW Petifagow theory tbere you or a member of. your family.Volusia :

tar*. l. that a comMneUon efMisratemM I I
Of Extra I Titans Polaris\ sub- Frpr'aSelfService
SUPPLY CoatliPanison's mariaw. and lat.rc<.,...talbnmbr
i slwrnkl g araa1*
wb.e. Everybody s-- : i will b -11 missile, sad k6 Shoe Store
SOS South Spring Cardan A... (Truck Rout.) Paint Store Nwnbers worVabl ie to defeat t tM Tew WAlCftltN Afl..4 y
Phone 704-1152 : Nt ..... .......... Ita. ,! ftrvVt CflhMl U K n .*cbYfewold tit Sse** Nied. rMM 1M-4MI 1IO *..t* .Ine" (Next T. Seen) Plies H 4-01S6 rI
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ftltaRTJC1It! 01! -. teve DCUKD (OTCJttBA) SON NEWS THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1964 Luther Bikinis

TOKYO (UPI) Skin-right

leather- !! bikini swimsuits are the

latest word in Japan's fashion

Man's Meat. . Forward to Victory! I I CONGRESS IN ACTION, J world.and suede They and come will in be white modeled Jdd

at the coming leather fashion

Wiping out starvation and malnutrition in J i ,t 1'' '' show at the U. S. Trade Center .

the world would be a difficult enough matter If Defense Bill To, Be Aired In Tokyo.

It only involved spreading the knowledge of N . ; CKQAL. notice:*

farming methods improving distribution or ,,.ff"it!. \ NOTICKI OF SUIT'

curbing- runaway population growth. WASHINGTON' (NPA) The ordered to return Tuesday fora f"Tn"t'I'l'Ordir af"nt'I\T PubllaatlanIN1 OHV THE

The goal is made immeasurably more elusive House was asked today to ape public hearing SEVENTH iv: ANI:: POII.JUr'VOLLHIA.(
because of a factor often overlooked religious prove a record $16.9 billion de Civil Rights: Senate Republl- FLORIDA IN CHANOERT
r4l includes" millions for design of can Leader Everett M. Dirk- Chancary .No. J1.9TO DIV. B
taboos concerning food. J..rt.lm.Do Jr. ato.
and superstitious a new" bomber which the administration sen, ni, preparing for a battle Plalntlf

Half the children born in central Africa die t tF hat not sought and royal over civil rights Is organizing Maria.Warfalman, ate. tft 51 I IIX

before the age of five writes Gwen Schultz in"Today's may not spend.Chairman . his own corps of "floor THa'sTATB,

Health In this same area of the continent Cart Vln on. D.Ga., captains" to help shepherd the THE nt,' NAME" OF, !
of the House Armed S..rv1C'e.Commlttf'e bill Democratic leaders of the TO: THR r-rVlVlWINO T'MFENn.: :
vile body waste. ANT: VV HO8B: toAST KNOW'1>T
milk is looked on as a
was set to lead the Senate openly acknowledge they AnnRF.fOH A-Ih PLAf"JQ OIl'

Some think it a sin to drink milk. Other groups fight on the House!! floor for the will need GOP help) to cut off riFSinENCR; 'lu: ilra riarhara
Han and William J Han
believe milk will make women sterile. Many new bomber which would re- any Southern filibuster and nurihand 143: lIf......". M".U.har'..
place aging B52s and BSSs in pass the bill.Wall. California. : Mrs. Viola,. "'.rf.l U
Latin-American mothers believe a sick child: man, moo aaala' Road Pa.
the 1970s. rifle Psll.oden. C'slifernlst: anQ

should not be given milk. The annual legislation is the Mra'I.I 1....Hlld.sard jo1".ru..t.. ; ew.rtout h.r; h..h.n": soN.

Numerous peoples in eastern and southern authorization to provide the PO Box 11. Chrl.t.nsted. 8t.!
0/6CRy Cm1'.s.' Vlrln faianda' '
armed forces with new aircraft
Asia where cattle are in abundance also reject Street You are raqulrad to fife
k6fQA 5 missiles and warships. It also with the Clerk' oIhu. Cmirt your
milk. In many places cattle are status symbolsand . authorizes research and development gnawer tn the BUI' of Complalat
. .
/fled' h"'n' arolnot YOU I" the
seldom killed for food. efforts for the first ."..... ."tlt'.d' ....... "n or h.Mrs.
are time thus for ChatterNEW I rho, JJrd day 01 lII.r..". A.P 11114! I
accounting the
India has one-fifth of the world's cattle. Not and aarva a cnnv tbaraof tinon .
record figure. Murray Pant, nlalntlfs. attornav.BulMlnr. .
sacred to the Hindus but so are ......In. ....h.... address I. Fl.h.r .
they the bill
only are However sets only
f).I..no1. Florida. . "n..
all other animals. the ceiling on such spending. YORK (UPI Kenneth l",ind Ron' :Nawa la barahv d.*.,lr* n
noted an tb" irapan"r 'In which.
The pig i is shunned by Moslems and Jews as Actual appropriations must be Ward of Hay den, Stone & this' order shell h. puhllsh.d. once
considered separately. Even Co. "it is a week. for 4 c"n"cutile "v...l<..
Is well known. The latter also forbid the eating ny. says very importantto HFRFIV FAIT :NOT OR A PFrnKK !:.
then the administration would determine how much the PRO I"nsI''O:"' ''' 'VTt.L.. ra!

of shellfish or meat and dairy 'products at the 1, not have to spend the money proposed tax cut and the further ENTERS IWf'H l"' AOAINST; : TOU FOR

meal. for the bomber unless it want. corporate earnings improvement Th. satins of this suit I I. a. bill
came ed to do for dlverre.WITNESS'I, .
In of Asia and Africa eggs are consIdered so. expected hive already : Mv hand and .*.a1 at
parts Other Congressional!; news. : been discounted from a price (.Land. V0he15' County FI..rl.. .
to be excrement. Eating them will destroy Baker: Former Senate aide standpoint." 'h'11.'.... 11th day 0' F.h.u.ry. A.D..

one's fertility or potency or make one's Robert G. (Bobby) Baker faced The failure of the main bodyof JMea': MATHAS
,,, A. Clark Circuit (
"( the threat of a contempt citation Ovirt
wife unfaithful. stocks to participate more "nltiala. county Florida
but some members of the aggressively with the handful (OFFI("AL err.

is of the and best sourcesof Senate Rules Committee believe of Issues By RACHEL, AVDRBtrgr
Fish one cheapest high-priced that have >.n tv curV

protein yet many starving people reject it.. he is safely. entrenched paced most of the rise on the F2fSTM.ll.ltNOTICE

behind the Fifth Amendment Dow Industrials must be reoI.rded : TO CREDITOR*
In some parts of Africa fish are considered unclean -. Baker appeared at a closed- as a cautionary sign. It IN THB COUNTY Jl'DGE:
evil door session of the committee
and possessed of spirits. is nonetheless true that even ("Ot':>ITl'.. FLORIDA FILE: NO.-
Wednesday but refused to surrender :2!,*'12381TN
Lest Westerners shake their heads in disbelief the individuals who are most
Ms records In romoll-
the Irish duringthe cautious or even downright RALPH R VAN DiN> $. Parallel.
it should be recalled how --. -- sore with a subpoena. He was bearish over the near term To .all. rradltnra and all naraonahavln

18th-century potato famine and European market have at least one stock .w.ln.t .Id clalma.". .fate.Tou. or demands

after World War II rejected American corn because . WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND 6J"At Plain Bud and very often several on notified. anlt and each requlr.4."t you tn are I'.nt hereby.

fit for animals. which their oplnon la bullish. any risims,. and demands whlrh you
they thought it was only READER'SFORUM NORMAN. Okla (UPI) There is no change' in pr.vaU.In Or either of )'''11. mov. have .WII.t
taboos and the, tatata ..f RALPH R VAN:I
Westerners have their own food Charles Burman Wilkinson had opinion that the bull mark. DINE drrranod, late of Voluala
Ms name legally changed Tuesday .-.....nIY. Flnr''''.. tn the Hnn John
often impose them on people they are trying Factors Cited Over Meet etc existing for various Issues n. Bylnnrlon. County Jurt... of v..
bats termites and other to Just plain Bud. will remain in force and thatthl' luln c'0unty. Cointy: t'nnrlhnuae.
help. Monkeys rats .
Most folks already called him Interest In DaLand Vnluxia.' County Fl rMa
steadily rotating
within' air mnnlhH from t".
such things may be unpalatable to us but they Bud Wilkinson the name he between individual stocks and date of the first publication of this

provide valuable proteins! whose loss the bring- T". D.Land Cvs. News .....1....... used while becoming. the na groups is an important elementof n"""._ .
Each risim or 4emond he
"".r. cram It. .....r. .n bit.affairs .. ; t'h':
tion's most successful college in '
n-ritlnt I and
Of U.S. Mexico LeadersBY underlying strength. Prices must slot. pi.rof
of civilization do not always replace. TII. name .P t5e wr1.rmust .
era .b. alsnod. and ,,,. a...... football coach at the University seem to go up longer without, snd pnot-nfflro' ad.
Sophisticated cultures are also spreading the .''v.... T". ..... .......... VIN.Ight of Oklahoma. Bud aim forming top." morn 01 to Ioy Claimant tba, claimant.n" moat his"e s
to wt lettir. 550 any
w. word.
belief that breastfeeding is vulgar and Just not 6. 1..oU.. L.ttar ad.,..... t.15.r. now is to get voters to markan ascot.berems. or anti,hI..t.t1'nor altnrnv: tn or l I..vflp .It. wilt. .
.e deals... ''f "X" behind his name. F..h ..r.<'I1 tnr eholl. .I1..r. ntf'
done. Thus infants are being weaned earlier to DREW PEARAOVWASHINGTON : burial because he was a Mexi P.t".. tnae pubh.. .. 'la.u.s 115 .... United Busxiness Service says |.nt cnplea of hi* claim tin .
..c..,..,... In. rare I...'....... the. Wilkinson who quit coachingfor "the major trend Is still believed .. the County JUI. to mall ores
the starchy diet of their elders which eventually For can."Whereupon ...... antf. ...r... .. tha. w..... the Republican nominationfor he reaction to .rh p.r.onaI' re nr..cnt.tile
to .
100 years any Texan was always the) Senator from will. ... witHHal. .*. Cut tnay. mutt up. Any Dates .hn.ry:: A L* LM.ELEANnR .
shortens their lives suspected, sometimes.. hated by Texas who is with us today telephoned _* known ta =*!.... the U. S. Senate, was expected : at this stage should be limited K. VAN: DfVE
. .
to file formally next A. 10.1..111: of "Do unto others" is not the uncomplicatedrule Mexico. Its people rememberedjust from Washington: 'Ican't week.' His tenure as Sooner athletic and temporary In nature. and T.. amant of ft.\LPH R
as vividly as Texans remember make the funeral parlor VAN DINE.!!: Ibr.s..4.
it seems to be.Business. ListsOpposition director ends Saturday.
Reader Standard & Portr's
the Alamo-the war of bury this. boy but I can bring prt'dlcts"the

..1. .1.. + 1848 when a
was chopped off by Cemetery" in Washington and will be extended 'Under the COUNTY .FLORIDA

land To stimulus of favorable business 1. 1*$4
Ling, pistol packing, -hungry bury him alongside President February
:vs. .Weed )/Tr\ans. "And that." said the Mexican DailyAlmanac trends tax i- cut benefit and VMu.a The., Board i'''un.nt,.. Piinlln Florids.'nat.r..."
Fifty years ago/ perhaps even speaker. "is what the Senator broadening public participation. "...1." bid" on HALLAHTS.' l>*.ntl.flad .

20 years ago, no one would have from Texas did." Water OaksEditor Purchases of reasonably) valued !. tn 1 ha aa submitted'Rid Rr ark foll6w-
A number of businesses said to be believed that a President of It.. a long time before the November issues are again recom 4 ;1154. at the fount .Scb < lAdmlnlatratlon

tag the lead of a Long Island N. Y., bank which Mexico would sit down on American .elections but the question mended. 'aitrvat P.BulMln L
at its 50 soil to confer with a Texas- of whether California sends Sun News: may ba red from
has banned smoking by employes ,
th offic of the fount Suprrlnttndant. -
born Presidentof a Republican Senator to Washington It's generally conceded that a" Unltatf Praia Intarnatlanal. Exhibit] Set D.Land. Florida'
branches except in the United will probably be decided I signed, JOHV: OMILET
shade! trees along the streetsof Today<< Is Thursday. Feb. 20, County ur>.rlntan a noble experiment, but cynics claim sucha States.The this week. Florida towns and cities are the Slst day of 1964 with 315 to F-n
fact that The Issue I I" one which rugs on follow. Of ] OF' SUIT
rule will do more to make washrooms popular assets from standpoints of comfort EtchingsEtchings
that is happening the heart It involves" the ..
strings.; and besury. But some typesof The moon is in its first quarter Or.. of Publlostl.sLv
than to make citgarettes unpopular. this week question of whether ailing Democratic CIRi'UfT COURT OF THE
trees. are more satisfactoryand Marc *EV&!: !.>JTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT'
could adverse effect is due in part Sen.' Clair Kngle. a fine The evening stars are Venus : by Chagall will PN AND FOROLtIA COUV.IT .
Worst of all it have more desirable than others.In "
be shown in exhibition titled <
to ill an o l CHANCERTChanrtrr
more common public servant but hopelessly ?1s.i:
p upon the Gross National Produuct (through sense by should be nominated again the city of DeLand. thosein and On Jupiter this day in history: "The Bible: Chagall's Interpretations DOKOTHT; No REE8. !Plaintiff DIV. B

f'' reduced worker efficiency) than upon tobacco both nations, ; J Sen. Engle has now IImp..dback charge of planting and re- In 1792. President George ," on view at Elizabeth F.t'r, CARt. RICI'k: /.

in part to the to his Senate desk and is planting of shade trees, for Washington signed the first U.S. Hall and Stetson! Union Building E....". Cart A.... p"fndant
consumption.On two men who going: through the" motions oflepresenting some reason, we don't know Postal from February March 8 during 1-1 THE NAME OP THE! STATE)
thereby establishingthe OF
the other hand if the idea succeeds if are meeting In PEARSON the State of California why. prefer the water oak. Federal Post Office school hours. TOEu,1en: FLORIDA Carl Re.: a. whoaa ral
Loll It is The water oak Is of quick One. hundred and five last known d
Anrl'leiIn ; on the Senate floor. plates' ,
f nonsmoking proves to be both good business and In 1809 the U.S. Supreme dr"". la
part to the to have but rather brittle Hencein commissioned AmbroUe Vol.
people of San Antonio necessary however growth by inVoodrnw Plara.
good: citizenship then the weed is doomed. who elected' a Spanish- Chuck Bosley.. administrative a few years It becomes scraggy Court ruled' the!! power of the lard were created by Chagall Wept Caldwtlt.. .tow. .1....,..
federal .. ..
was .
government greater Tou are h r hv r nulri d to fllawith
American Henry Gonzalez to assistant at his side all the unsightly and even hazard. than that of any Individual state between 1931.1939 and 19TC.1058. the Clark' of thla' Court y..P.n..r .
Congress; and to the people of time, and even then some of ous. Water oaks are downed of the Union. They were published by Teriadein In Uia mil of Complaint
riled herein' theabove
El Paso who elected Clslr's votes. have not been like wind"ev.n moderatewinds. . . ataln.t. you In
a Spanish- bv In 193.1. following the lead of 19r)6 and Chagall later hand- .I'II.d. .n..0 "It er b.for.
American that of his old former vigorous damage to limited 11'.. 141h d., of Marrh. A.ft 1154an4
cause colored
Raymond TeU... as They a number of
the Senate the House of Representatives ...". a Mpy thr.of. anon Wit.Ilon _
DEAR ABBY. . .. their mayor self.Senate property and their" maintenanceby voted for repeal of sets. The rare complete colored A. Otting.r plaintiffs at.Iorn.vI .
colleagues' have beensympathelc. is rather expensive.This b.r.ln. WIn. add,.". Is
President) Adolfo Lopes+ Mateos the city the Prohibition Amendment edition now being: shown is from PO. Ros !All. n et.and.. F'nrl"a.
Is a moderate who has continuedthe but also shocked at writer!! knows of at least In 11K2.' American astronaut the. collection of Mr. and Mrs. "n..Lan
I1 Q land and economic reforms the attempt to prop up a man one death caused by a fallen waster John Glenn orbited the earth Larry Aldrich. The exhibition is 'which iilvnatd Ibis order aa tha shall' .iHiKiohad p n.I r In:

All Depends of the Mexican Revolution'at obviously too sick to carry on. oak In the last 12 years in three times in a space capsule.A touring museums galleries andunlvt'rlltt.s ..n... a week. for four .on..eutiVs
fittt Just what Is wrong with the DeLand. w.,1. HFRriN "''H'. NOT on A
bitterly through out the
opposed by the FCWFP PftO CONFPSKO VV It,t.PF .
United States Lope Mateos has Senator has remained mystery There are several cities. In thought for the day-French country' under the auspices! of ENTFREr AOAINST TOU
to the public. There has been agieat fOR SI,rH FAII.I'RB!:.
On Situation realized that American tourist Florid that are more beautiful philosopher and author Voltaireonce The American Federation of The nattir of this ault la bin
l trade!! and American Investmentsmean deal of speculation than DeLand. we're sorry to Arts. for ill... ....
said: "H Is better to risk
the difference His illness. It can now be definitely differenceIs KITNEun. Ny hand and. ..., at
between say and the main saving a guilty person than to .Lan". Votuala. C..t. Florida.'
ABIGAIL prosperity! and poverty '0. without reported is glloma a dls- In the type of trees Why not condemn an Innocent one." Because of larger beef production tM. Uth day of February, A.D.JF .

VAN BUREN sacrificing anything In the ease described as malignant plant more live oaks, palm trees and lower retail prices lye/. ..1 I MATH.

r way of Mexican pride and. ov though not cancerous. It responds and other types that are more Jamestown colonists in 1607. the, U. S. Department" of Agriculture \ntuMl. .+ '
DEAR: : ABBY Would rkr'nantylt Fleridi
mad If
you get someone asked to radiation treatment
eielgnry. he has definitely and became autonomous and beef
if gone attractive In appearance. more expects per capita (OFFICIAL. ecAL1
you were
you wearing something false out of Ms way to work at friend but Is always recurrent and durable and more satisfactoryIn adopted Its present name In consumption to reach 915 BOATT. It tA n"--.r..
CURIOUS there Is no permanent cure 17H4. to the World pounds. this Faf>orv" Oarll
according year compared to
general F.It7.MS
DEAR CURIOUS Only If I were ship.He Reason why the die will be
. . was the! first Mexican t'rta.Id..nt cast this. week regarding a Democratic William Norman Hall Almanac. 891 pounds in 1962.:>> NOTICBt OF' SUIT
In history ta cross Into ------ NOT Ie. OF
DEAR ABBYi I am on the verge of loslag 1 my or Republican Senatorfor REGISTER. "FICTITIOUS N..M..
Texas LBS
to visit the Know
..D.... A neighbor of ours has become a pigeon fancier ranch California Is because the potent Now You Anawar ta Prvvtou Punt In mplianc. with ........ (",>./AS\
when' Lyndon was Vice President Florida 19:"1. tha .<...
un -
and he Is literally! driving me insane Those birds are so And previously he hadconl.rred California Democratic clubs .y u..,... Press ...'.r..t.. $.. I Here and There'' ai.nd wilt. r..,.t.. with tha CUrKtha .
dirty I can t even hang my laundry: : outside. And I am with Johnson at Acapulco are holding their annual convention The Protestant Episcopal: .>< ,'irtnji court. In and far

forever hosing down my sidewalk. Parking<< my car In when Lyndon was Senate this week and will be called' Church the Anglican Commune ACROSS d Scandinavia Xetual of proof: County-niHilrittlon n1an. the of ra aM thl! *

my own driveway Is out of the question. There must be Majority Leader upon to endorse a candidate. ion In the United States, was {_....... T Cnamlral auf fix ."..m... to-wit; Harold. Auto Rapair
.r"'e* under whlih f
SO or 60 pigeons, and this man and his wife feed them Some of its leaders want to endorse brought to America by the CaliforniaInaUanrtvar a Pannaytvaataenttnty. In ..u"....... at I41O F: am:'>I.anaaavd... Tone.
popcorn and bread all day long. I Just can't take it any JOHNSON'S FRIENDSHIP: Engle out of sympathy. Ave t"'La" and rho It. under..lomed _
more. I have heard that pigeons carry disease. Is this President Johnson In turn. Isrevered Others argue that Engle will not I rntluk, hat t 10 la Woodyparana.. sink. .*,***' la. the .waar af said bual-

true? Is there In Mexico as perhaps able campaign and that anviafiII UIIt HAROLD .
anything 1 can do? I hate to be a poor be to HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS A. F4.rn.KVEnJin.ra.U.tO
neighbor but this Is too much. few" other American Presidents.Mexicans his nomination la sure to throw HatllllGodoftova .. rafto* ta _ _ _ _ _
: remember how h* TJ. P. AllerI Carman I L 0.... ., "..bhcatl.--
election' to the Republicans.The .
PIGEON HATER 14 Italia cainaISCna 17 Muad .n..lriaItHrtnks" '
1)\1')\ riR< ViT"r-orHT 4F TWH
toured San Antonio In &1old
three Republican candidates **
|peree "t.M. ; FVFNTH: JXDir-IAt CIR' _VTT
DEAR HATER It has -been ewtatillshed thai a pickup truck campaigning for now in the field are: Donald )01'4' '1'0O Idlara.t.rrlera: TV AMf. FrtR VOt.Ui"TA COT.<.TTTT .
HOP htntM 23 Se N .Ice < 11 Stop
harmful Henry Gonsalez. and conceivedthe
fungus (Crrptacoccua .
nenformans) Is found la Jackson 1'f'"tlonAryCon. O. ... "
34 G.U 24 Irucnrta: :n D..n.." Irtpunnenl a a'x" ji sae r>rv. D
pigeon dropping Health officials everywhere are wagIng brilliant Idea of bringing gtessman: actor George Murphy I wit ,1It&"i MIP4T' ::11 H'"Jt&C".t1 up In4aa 33 Him. .( !teorwsr. 44 ....nratrI E. A. ERH8T: Plaintiff.

a war to rid cltle of pigeon for thin. rea**n. Thereshould Pepe' Cantlnflas. popular star of who emceed the Dr. IIRI..It. 21A.Iatt.rimloie1021)) 440.atimSS WTOXA ROMOHR Lays: T
be a special breeding ground where plgfwna are "Around the World In Eighty Schwartz: AntiCommunistChristian & I-N\t T>e ot.t'otAhs 24 rr.<<,", zt a_ Rrrr 4T. RadartO roe.t

kepi under control. Call :your local _health Days," to San Antonio to help Crusade rallies and ..- ..tale aT _Sr.(- \Loratlolt*,illm ) 4 DvpvmfI (temp IN TAP. VAMB: !: OP THE TAra
department. ; I BUT WHUT AVT Mt t.I" : :.c.......... a .tnte idlaL Middluig 2J 1'L'->mr>A
fi a Gonzalez.But Leland Kaiser right.wing businessman .......... ,. s.-ae. Labia for*. 'TO: Vyoaa. 1\.0_. Crnat.: whoa

DEAR ABBY My brother and his wife are the moat of all. Mexicans remember D@ ON. : .RASONAbItR1kS 2T awpta0 ,. 14 Ia .. 10 nl red..A:arebsad last knows
'world's biggest tightwads. They have no children and are an event which' nc-: All three were Goldwaterttes Afthan prtmNs1 I r I 11,7 It...._II.. "'......

both holding down good paying Jobs. They pulled a few Burred during the Korean War until they got Into the race for I'o&S: St1l. G.\4.H! : =" .lades ..1 I I 114'I Yaw Cincinnati.... ..*....... r role.....1.... t. flla

strings and got a heating system for their home-whole- when the people! of Three Rivera the Senate, when they trimmed !1 t'IMSIMet : I. '. .with. in. CtarM. of thi. covrt yaurnawar

sale. Then they talked my husband who Is a crack Texas, refused to bury a their light.wing sails-a bit. $a Bittarvvtrh I. I .. heroin to .....*.1.Bill! ... vf r.C..n In>.Ui t.....tIlla

furnace and air-conditioning man Into Installing it for M..xlcaD..Am.rican boy killed in This will ba one Of the disagreeable sf i wrs CVanki '8 I. 5 Genre .ntlrl 4 ...>M oa .. before.
them. When he finished the Job they said "Thanks a battle. but unavoidable, political s -girtK ;Nord.: ass *Its .dar.a or rtv)'.ro-I\4harof. A.D. lat" Don't thlak husband LBJ la 44 tal Z1' J-..rr A <-arl. :
you my was entitled. : to something Th. brother of the Governor of problems awaiting .1 41 seers '- t' pamtifr at-
for his timer He wouldn't have charged them his Taco told the story when Johnson CaliforniaMCKKTOO. 4J a.SNet .:. 1 tie r"t.Ca,t Nw. Tom A........ r>.-
regular price>, but he wasn't given orda. T>*Uaa4 San'
fJ pi ..,...... .
4 M t' lb.
f ana* a a.w5.
for cheap I would give them a piece of my mind but Tears streamed down his face as Attention John Gleason. Veterans It PtakUHavaMi. paws_|ii wash thia. ortfar ahaUM

we aren't speaking. he spoke, and Johnson who Administrator: since it I- I I ....".,..... -_...5 w..5 f_ a eon.eorwtl. .

MAD AS HOPS doesn speak Spanish well may b* difficult for you to keep Sown.. r- 1 \nTltt -A-n.C"ftrll IIeagw: rftC'l n'\l"An._
couldn't understand the rea on.Uul tab on all your regional office, MA rr.J&1IO wTl.l. eR g'evnrfvAAAINwr
DEAR MAD: Before JM'I'forlnll.nit... anyone here Is what that Mexican ynu'd be interested to know that .r 54Itsrd..4 1"01 I' ' .

for cuftlomer, relative or. hi* bent. friend). ther said: Robert P. Tolantl. manager of ::;wetaid.D01r A TIN. ..t_ .( ebb! ..l* t* a MO
should be aa agreement on prl-.. \ ir brother. IH When a Mexican boy, drafted your office I la Honolulu, la beloved : W fee WIT-
cheap-but y ur hmband -h.| have learned a cheap. Into the American: Army waskiliwl of the veteran. . ThFrench I l'nf Aussie v...... I-.y. _....
leaaoo. In Korea his bnd.* was Embassy: has inform 1H'W tbio sib day f .._... A II two.JFae .

a brought back to Three Rivers. me that President cl. Gaulle will 1 f Rae.F': t : = I A5. ewes .eirewe M 'Ttf re.1.SIl

f Get it off your chest. For a personal!, unpublished Texas where he had UedBut not visit Castro during his Caribbean d :l.r:: tpT-r-- I .. rontcsAt..u' 01.t'Matj., . FYMa

reply write to ABBY. Box 3363. Beverly Hula Calif. the ono funeral parlor la that trip deipit. the worry of : ..s.-a'. t.fALy :::: !ti RARORY. .
$c1oae a stamped addressed envelop. little tows would not give him a the America Embassy ta Parts .I r--4-lJ-ta.tT..rr r"ar*




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.. t '""" ...'" .... I Pwr. 9 OtlaND (mOKIDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, Pta. 20, 1944JACOBY I
: Lake Helm
: CaAsndaga: r 1Id f
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It Personals 1 Personals Holds

CAS&ADAGA The Rev. Mel- : t'It l'" 'r + i f 'I LAKT.; HELEN: : Mr andI "I
irrl' Hani
Vin O. Smith will speak on 7. r w r I Mrs H C. (Cart and Sue Swanson : ? Supper
...... r"1eJ"
I r
Spiritualist Hypodermics at car .1, "!a became great' grandparent,
2:30: p.m. Sunday at the Cassadaga I ' for the second time last Satur- ORANGE CITY Who} i! On Bridge ORANGE CITY ew t>.t.a.cS.

: Auditorium. Marta Mallory : da' Allison Scott Grabs who Is the Frontier. Day parade Crane JM held a ham capper'

will be the soloist and Mrs. E. .;. \\rlzhrd; eight pounds and a marshal? dues will h* recently in Jane Murray H...U.

Whit the organist.: President<< E'I : .,.' I quarter was horn to Joanne and! given to his Identity and a .y OSWALD JACOBY There for which Mr. and Mrs.

the International Spiritualist : .. Christopher Caaba. at the United gift of two dinners at the I\I.\ ..**. *' r EaUrprU Aasa. Joseph' Blower of Ortnga City

eration with headquarters In ." States<< Naval' Hospital 1 I In Beverly Restaurant will "he' were general chairman. Levi

L nden. Mr. Smith will give a i ", ." Charleston: S.C. Saturday The the. prize for the on.. who Jansen master of the Grange

travelogue: as he tells of the j Swanson are the maternal guesses<< coriectly. If yell 'NOaTn (D)' MA was In charge ot ticket lale.

annual meeting in Rotterdam .,, . great grandparents. Congratula think you know call Mr*. Ata Thos preparing< the dinnerwere
and ef the many countries tions. Charles Brewer 77S.27Mnr 884 : Mr. and Mr. Arthur Ace,
where there are orcaizations.: Ensign and Mrs. Daniel Mtt 4> JTSAK84
.,' Mrs. Kenneth Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph/' Cady Mr.
Mr. Smith and his wife the Rev. . . chcll +
isr and three daughter: of the( 7732100. and 1\Ira. Dwight Vlggers and
Dorothy Wynn Smith are co- Sanford :Ba e called on their old, WEST FAST
The first due: He has Mrs, LU11 May of Orange City.
of the world's oldest ,.. . 8S4 A 10T
pastors \ Troy Pennsylvania<< JlptJi'hhnn.Jlrl'h : *>
hard eyes. his height i.nO i. Assisting were' Mr. and Mr*.
Spiritualist' Church The FirstAssociation T
and Sue Morris, Sunday
feet.10 Inches, and lie II Gordon Perkins Mr. and Mr*.
of Spiritualists In Herb and Sue Morris have weighs 'AS pounds and has + Q10 .FJf., Amos Avery and Mr. and Mr*.
Fhlladelphla. Mrs. Smith will been looking In on Anna Maxwell
hair. Clifford Wnodworth ef DeLand.
assist her husband with the Communications << who Is very ill at the Went gray f'OUTR
Watch for further clues
AKQJ8VJ2 The dining room' cemmlttMwu
Sunday services at Voltisia
Memorial Hnnpltal.May .
In this .
newspaper.VIA Mr. Martha Burns Earl
4:30: p.m., Wednesday at 2:30: Tallman was dismissed'
A ICQ4North Cook, Mri. Victor' Schaefer Mr.
p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday from West! Volusla Memorial, .132
and Mrs. Jack Burns. Mr. and
at 7:30: p.m. They are occuPylng Hospital\ Monday and friends
South" volnerabl
Mrs. Thomas Adams ef Orange
the speakers' apartment in may call To WM
Hall. >> 1stth East BUh City and from DeLand. l\1r.
r1abam la Home
: now
av a "aM
1.A .
r Clara Attw od. Mr Marion
Last Sunday's meeting broughtout known as the Desert Nursing 4 A r*** P*** PM
:! Mrs. Flnelll and
the largest' crowd of the season << Home Show Stanley. Nancy
.. : IJ h rh << Visiting hours are from opening leacan't -. .
with delegations here from 2 4 and 'I' p.m It has been suggested Peter

. St. Petersburg St. Cloud KlsImmee r J that thorn who air ableto ORANGE CITV Th. Orange the white elephant I table I

.. Mt. Dora, and other A go: during the week to visit. were Mt-i.! Avery and l\trs. Jan
I I be and :
& City Villas I e ImprovementAssociation Beggars choosers !(
v I, places.' One of the largest delegations << .....real.. i !.. ., do "". In that way there won't sen.
--- (Wftma,,'. Club) will while no on. like to play a
from Mainland High Later In the evening "Happy !
was be too many caller on Sunday 1
School in Daytona Beach. More Ambler sponsor "Ye Old time Vaudeville ,ama C'"ntr.'tItth a four cardtrump Birthday" was sung to Mrs. tStanley t
I BUSY AS BEES ON BONNETS FOR FRONTIER DAY I Winnie!" and Ruth Partridge suit In his own hand and

than 15: students were accompanied Mrs. Ruth Mays (at machine) .. Mrs. David Gaines ... Mrs. B. F. Lowery. chairman welcome visitors\ at Pevoi, Show" Thursday at 7:30: p.m. In only three supporting trump In Grange' Smith secretary ot the
by their' psychology professor too.
Dickinson! Memorial Libra i r
ryHall. this 1 ia necessary.
James Mathas who I. Forrest and Phebe" Fnlsem. This will he piesentcd by dummy. occasionally The Grans meets In the Os.", .

also a professor at the Junior FRONTIER DAY9 SET FOR MARCH 7 spent several. ds visiting In the, Woman's<< Club of DeBary Nor of Commerce building, in

College: Daytona Beach. Orange CityShuffleboard the southern part of the state with Mr.*. Myron Acrardt- as the It East had simply restrained. rvLand the first and third Thursday
The big; event of next week is recently. They visited Mr. and director. Among the features his. Impulse( to hid his six card evening of each month. New

the Mardi Gras to be held at the Mrs. Guy Sawtell of Portland heart suit and passed every member are always" welcome
will b* I>r. George" Frtson and
Pavilion. Monday at 8 p.m. Thedoors Plans DetailedFor Me., "who are' spending the win. his Raiberthop Pals Mrs. Esther time It was his turn there is( and all visiting out ef state
will be opened at 7:30: p.m. Program a good' chance that ha would
ter at Lanfana,,' Fla. They then Cltve. In a specialty. number andsongs Granger are also welcome.
Nell.; and Regal Spencer, oigan- were guests. of Alton Boynton ofDexter and dances.Conttnunhy have had an. eppnitunty to lead .
tats and teachers of music' will << Me. who Is at West It out against a three no trump Fire
be in charge of the music for the Club Events Palm Beach "before going to I contract. Had he. merely overcalled Department

evening. The Spencer who are Orange City EventORANGE Sebrlng to spend a night.:: with Club Mrt, with one heart his opponent I
spending some time at their Mr. and Mrs Theodore Whit. might have stopped thort\ Elects OfficersLAKE

home here are from Gary Ind. ORANGE: CITY sixteen house. of Roalshurc.;: Pa LAKE HELEN: The Lake of game, but East was a desperado 1

Local clubs and business firms team representing' the Orange: Minerva Long<< has received Helen Cansadaga: Community and crowded the bidding : HELEN The Lake

of this whole area are cooperating CITY Frontier the concessions' where, hot dog!t. City Shuffleboard Club )nur. word that her grandson.. LewisC dub will hold\ It* regular with a lump to three hearts, Helen Volunteer.. Fire Depart)

to make this annual affair Day will b celebrated March hamburgers potato chips and ne>'ed tn New 'mTnA Bead: Long III, will b* horn on covered dUh upper meeting at This put a lot of pressure onSouth merit elected the following of.

even bigger/ and better than 7 by all of Orange City for the beverages will be served. On thecommittee last Wednesday for a meet with leave about March 13. At present 0 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21. at 6 p.m. but refusing tn be shutout fleer at its meeting last Thur

ever' C. Engel. chair. sixth straight year. The event are Mr. Marvin the Coronado Club. Orange<< City his address IsA: ,:.W Lewis at Hopkins Hall. All members of h* bid thre spade North day: Wilbur McKenzie. prsldentr .

man. Is working with commit will be sponsored by the Soroslsdub. Lowe Mrs. Clarence Lane Mrs. won 28 o( the 4A games plajed.: r Long nr. AF muazoz, Box! the community are Invited to did not like to rats to 'four' Frank, Stein' vice' .

tees and has distributed pouters James R y a n. Mrs. Cealon The! Straight: brother had the 7TJ. 3.T31SP. 3rd Sch. Sq., attend t the, supper. and the pro- nut n* assumed that South, Md dent; Carroll! Heath and Jets

In all the towns round. Northup Mrs. Lane Hayward, high game for Change City "with Amarillo AFB, Texas 79110. gram that will follow at 7'.V:: > of three spades waa forcing.Incidentally. Greenwood, director It was

The Tuesday Fun Party at 1:30: ) The!! original Frontier Day was Mrs. Daniel Jacohnon Mrs. B. 264 point and the team nt Allen Rev and Mr*. Wesley F. Fink p.m. If you' can't come for supper It was voted t that tile Fire Chief serve

p.m. and the Saturday Game begun to establish a building F. Lowery and Mr. Everett: and Dulztnckt for Coronado with attended a Valentine Banquet al plan to attend the "program "Sri North raised to four spade for a two-year term and James

Night at 7:30 at the Thatcher fund toward eventually building. Meyers. 242 point' The hosts won the : Stetson University last Friday. a* a treat I I. ,In store. The Lake and, West opened the seven, nl Corrlgal was reappolnted Chief.

House are. sponsmed by the Ladies a new recreation hall. The original < Mr*. Ottingrr: and Mrs. Thomas playoff 106.UI. The referee' were They were the guests of their Helen Adult Community Chorus. hearts. It was voted' to Chang the

Auxiliary and the public hall burned seven years II. Crews are chairmen Tommy Johnson. for Orange granddaughter' Linda LIppoMt 23 voices I strong, will provide the I Rant: cashed two hearts and meeting date beginning In

r Is invited, to attend. ago. of the carnival attractions and City and D. E. GoodcMld for of Gainesville, who hat ]just en-. entertainment.. ted a third. At this point South March to the second and fourth

The Cassadaga Lake Helen The Sorosla Club this Frontierday Mrs. Daryl l Canung. and Mrs. I Coronado Mrs. Gunn was the- t tried<< Stetson this semester had an excellent chance to Tuesday with the second Tuesday .
will again seek to promoteintere.t scorekeeper.ON Red 1 Cameliaa graced thetsblea become si AM he had Indo
Woman dub will hold its covered Thomas W. Crew will aaslat. goat. a business' meeting and die
12:30 make the fund grow IIOMr: COLTITRThe and Abraham Lincoln's, to lose the hand would fin..
1 dish luncheon at : p.m. Attraction In the carnival will fourth Tuesday a training< meeting *
Wednesday! at the clubhouse! on and become a community proJ. h* fratiTied<< and the country Red and Black Inter-club picture was decorated with led Television to ruff that third heait It h* ,

the hill. Hostesses. are Mrs. Let- ect. store will be staffed by saleslad competition wa held on the ribbon when the Cassadaga.I ruffed low west. would oveiruff The new. roster will n* made

tie Castner Mrs. Willard French Mr_. William Ottinger Mrs. ies. Mrs. Jack Bartlett Mrs. home courts Saturday afternoon
and Mrs. May Dumbrll. The Rev. Nip Trent ham and Mrs. Victor Schaefer Mrs. Thomas 11. Marl Aldrich and Le* Hall with a dessert Card Partyat discard a diamond and eventually 27. It 'la hoped to add M the

Harrison C. Engel will speak on, Schaefer are co-chairmen and (Crew and Mrs. Trentham. The played In the playoff for the the clubhouse on the hill last Programs make a trump and a club. roster the names of several

.'One Day in HllItor! ).." have named the chairmen and Black team against: Azarlu Wednesday. However South' saw that he more firemen. Only th. men
fit f
will t'n'
The library at the Thatcher committees for the day ot celebration. Miss fish pond Alma Jscobson charge and :Miss Gouln and Marian Nevlnger; forth Mrs Bah Gunsalu: Mrs C1arence : I am,.*>... bees. would have to lone a club listed on the roster.. will be per
Red team The red team > Sautter Mrs Gladys sometime and derided tn> 1M' .
House will be open Wednesday Davis! bean hag Mrs. G. / .__ Iarwwatlae Ie .u.atee, mitten tn handle the fire equipment
from 79pm. with a forum conducted PARADE CHAIRMEN: Sandy ; won. 103 M. Bessette, and Mrs Ray fllodgett a, IM ........ ... ,is aube a.sass. It then and there. H* discardedone ftom now on.
W. May. Beryl Nettles; milk .
by the Rev. John Pastor Mr. Charles Brewer and Mrs. bottles. William Ottinger and l Referee' wer Walter Hanfz served coffee and cream cheese ,. .1M IM aw..-...Nsws..... ,..a.,AN.. sal h..eMNI. on .that third heart. Now Th. ,president, will appoint. the
from 8.9 p.m. Kenneth Biggs are chairmen and John Korhel and pie topped with red cheirles. M_ 55 See _.v/. /.4a4 ".,._ It tiJ NAt. matter. what Caal and" committee at the next
Trentharn dart board: following :
LOCAL rinwr of the parade, with Mrs. Everett ; Guy Aldrleh. There were eight<< tables In play West (IM, South wa aunt t to get
meeting! : Building' Pay
1 and Crow.
The Rev. Penny Umbach and Meyers. Mrs. H. M. Rodgersand Darjl Canung Yesterday afternoon the ladiesof and l a prize for each table was Slasl ssWEaH.1.V the rent of th* tricks, and .

tie Rev. Gladys<< Strohm of St. Mrs. Donald Coyne assist ther.Mr. the club were to try azaln, to. wrapper! In white tissue tic witha *).......Cfcjil* Ur M.... DIt,.**. -- --- -Roundup-- Membership.Now

Petersburg were overnight guestsof and Mrs. James Peters' beat th* men as the "Rooster red ribbon. WDIW -TV. Cfcaa.4 S. O.t.aa.WWr.TV Chili Slntcft Meet\
the Rev' and Mrs. Ralph O. ing.The donation for float entriesare will sell cotton and y-s n ow against the Chirks" games were Mrs. Mary Connell Mary (71aaa.t .. OrUa* You Know

Whitney last weekend. Also. visit- : commercial division SI.: : coney. An attraction for thechlldl..n to start at 1:30: p.m. Alice Connell and Rod Connell 'THU..DA'Y VCNINO. .Isl.raeltanalThere
Ua1N4 gnu
lug the Whltneys is Clyde Nets- civic clubs no charge; entry of will t>* pony.cart rideswith Today and tomorrow Sanford III Pracedale. R1 arrived Friday ..iM u. Ml of r*>u>-.. ORANGK: CITY Th* Orange ar are an. estimated 9T
ley of Columbus Ohio. A well Charles Mitchell of Lake Invitational, doubles are' being for a visit with her son In. /q M.uaHr City Tourist Club> will meet
children In costume United
no charge.. million hog in the
of books Helen and Mr*. Thomas W. Sanford. Next Tue*. Mr and Mr. ta *>HMS Tuesday at T'.TO:: p.m. In Dickinson -
!known author psychic Ribbons for first second and played In law and daughter. J e i.i "r..'* H4U... States, according to the HUywoort .
Mr. NeUley la a guest of the CIPW In charge A carnival Is day. the County Jamboree' will George Williams and family .1' II" N..._11. Memorial Library Hall.In .
third place In each class will .., l,*.v* u 'I'e .*.Te observance of Ky: Bank chapter of the American
Hotel. without ballons b held the Club 'in
not complete at Peabody
Cassadaga willeon.hi Mr. and Mrs William' Klin of > fi.w.
awarded and the Judge<< . Human Association.
entertained .... } heaths,. . "'Hk. Albert. R.: Grimes, DeLand.
Ethel Van Busklrk and a clown In costume will offer Daytona Beach.A Marquette, Michigan stopped to 4.Yy i ri*
r beauty originality and ...
(91' >
friends at dinner at Daytona the Frontier theme. them for sale correction; Last week Lea visit Hazel Tettle last. Wednes" 11 >: *>*>. *T* lhr a.*rl* who represents th. North Florida With a Blindfold") and tell ef the

Beach last Sunday. Mrs. David Gaines and Mr*. 10LCNTEEIt: : Hall waa the winner nf the day. They were' on. their way to 1:111tt: l > {ii"N thn11q.Arl5Ylalal .w.. Y.'V.: Bank Center( at Gainesville. week of the eye bank. Tile Pink

Stopping to call on Reid and Dorla Nelma are cochairmen of Volunteer workers will beMis. Sllvr Dollar" consolation, not Miami and later will go to 111 ill 1'';.""".nt,t.a Mirror will show at___B p.:.m.:,._a ,film. "Boy Ladle, will assist Mr. Grim*.
Blanche WlllUms one day last G. W. May. 101,.. Annabel! Lea Brown a* your publicity Puerto Rico. 1.U" ,tit Ml nifUmci Jlunllf, A. ncMma-.
week" WM Clayton Walters of Ray Swart wood made up a party I Glass, Mrs. Lucius King and chairman reported. Sorry. Mrs Lawrence! McCormick of Tf4 III Jnnihn. wlal.ra. <*r*..)

Buffalo N. Y. attending< the New York Stale M.... Bruce King. niRTHPAY IJHT Kenonha. Wls. Is visiting i her Lisa! Ill sal Tempi pM*>,or He...t.. FATOVERWEIGHT mmmmDaLAND
Mayme Tracey has gone:: Club picnic at Rock Spring last The hors show will ..t.rt"at On the birthday calendar this father, John Mitchell: :, and her I (Is I ., r.loi:.,
visit relatives for a month or so t .. 111 l tlawhtl.Is .
week Is Loula. Klndel 1 who I Iscelebrating
and >Irs. Grover Clark Sunday. There were about 900: 1 p.m. with the and Mr. New Yorker from all over the Mrs. Norris Long and Mrs Monday Have a and Lawrence Vorpagel and _:t* 1)1. ",. 1<11".,.
staying at her house while ,Is, M*< Tfcr.. "asas' ..,....
are . .
day Louise.It Aral1.a1. Ce wllNaal a
tat* attendance.As rev
she is Beryl Nettle ssslsled' by Mi.. family. 1 AS l., |-.rr*> M*.nnI" ..'......,.... sue r u. ..".. RESTAURANTVoIusU
Mrs.gone.: Florence' Kennedy returned I 'talked to Fein Paul. Richard Hauls and Mrs. Georg I III hoped by this writing Beulah Behrend. Anna Neas Jlmtnf,.,.. Swan 00"......."... ....... ,... "Ils tat

home from the Se'ordHMplit.l. Monday she and Hazel Kopp Collins. Horace Pope( president, that Alma and Louis Dankworth and l.linn'1I.\ .>"" .n attended' a 1 5-i.* ., I
last Sunday. were looking for Fern's grand of the West Volusla Saddle Club are feeling much better. Every-; meeting< of the Volusta County 11/r.,, 191''lt.!,.. "N.,.,.rM....> P..wII ,Ins ., .....11.. ,.......... .....,,...

Howard and Grace Jones drove daughter. Paula Lunrlstrom. her and members are donating time one was sorry to hear of theirIllness school lunch room employees' at no i la> Tl>. .l ry of . : .ksl.. OOMINBK are..5.55., I:* *5.*> aaw* ma l Friday Special 1
Monday. They came two children, and a friend to arrive and effort required to put on th* Daytona Beach last Tuesday lit* lit N.w. .0'* *4. w'!Ill "
ta Sarasota 51455aOOss"v: ,
of Foresttyule. >
from Grand Island N. Y. Mrs. L. A. Lancing tN slit .elan(
back Tuesday and their daughter hors shrew, at no charge.[ Ralph weekend night.<< c., ACC 211..a **u* m.5ls.f (till ..! ,*,. f.*4. y.w 4 Ot. PerthnHADDOCK
Race and small son for a visit. Tatum. WVSC member will be Conn. wa a Last week we got our sophomore (MMI( is. ats.ts, lib.. .ut !... timfif' ....'t boss <->.
Marjorie It' J ansl Cara.s .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hopkins of guest of Mr*. Robert Van Alat a1, r. eltaaa .s55YNDO01Nex
returned with them for a visit. the announcer and. Pope, gen ant juniors all mixed: up tar .::,..N. 55,. ae,0llls.
Tlllie Babcock Beaver Dam. Wis.. are visiting eral of E. French Av. Mr*. C C. so here ate the Lake Helen lllghand I.: III N..; ass .......... s.... ...... rsr ,....
Laat Tuesday his sister, Hazel Shemnn. manager.Ther. Kggleston: and Mrs. ClarenceSmtth i s Ut wit war4 Yew.' .... 45w5 .., OU.> e... Uw and bush
pent the day with Grace Taylor will he a car show on Junior High, students that ..,. .. .sue .wa 1..,.. will. 1.11.u ,
: of Bristol. Conn. were .
Mrs. Among the recent arrivals at mad, the honor roll last < uatt. fistC.w' .b1. wssstw TY a. w5.0 p04 151 Isis. 150 .5,55 'u.*>l.*
Cad her mother Mary the Caasadaga Hotel are: Mr. the ground by DeLand automobile Sunday guest. Mrs. V.n'Kt' | : .aww/a4. / :: se susl to 'ANI r r.:.. oat 9.4 1. .. ;N 554 1rslanNF
Mit hel'. at thetr home In DeLand. er Anna Yaakovlch. senior s Ia' wa .//M. 5 NewNaHNa OOAINEX' ..... '111II aeC.
Joined them and Mrs. Ida Hermann of Clifton dealer and Mrs. Cfgteston were leathers Helen Krnm and Donald I 54 1- ......, as Nwa' I. a4 ... ..... 4UAnANra"' .' "
Alta Grove N. ..I.La.t The hootenanny will be In the!! at the Senior High School in Julie .... ..".".. ter 55r. ........ lust 61
of Leaner. Craft
for lunch and an afternoon Wednesday after dl"nt"r.UUt Orange City School auditorium Bristol for :20 year so they had "sophomore Junior and Mary Ann Hood DLatd Radla p.155.a 155.':.aa5a w11 5 woo.Is save, Salk.4r5e5ts1as4 N I

cards. guests gathered In the living at 7.M Admission for plenty In talk aboutATTrNO .sa.f1... ....... 00015.5. >I. ..'*
Je O'Brien of Xenla. Ohio arrived p.m.' Kathy Itubbard and Susan MeKenzl > WJBS WOOO wltl.* lir'', ...a..*>... ..rOMAN' ** \ Srv4 "11 s.t. 7.30 ,....
Abraham HHOW !
Monday to room tn pay tribute to adults win b* 75 cent and for *. Junior High students, *- ".Go tars M.e. eat.? PHA/Mev, -- D.Laa1 :
weand Rae Lincoln. Mrs. Roy Bond- children. SO r.nls. Mr and Mrs. Phil Schuh, .Ifll. all Na/t 0,45,. /IINd.. .
to them -
week with T Congratulation ---- - -
f ----
rye clipped from the ChlcaltoJlaJW'l' Mr. Leslie Dyer and Mrs.Frank Geraldine Crook and Mr and .
Ea brock.Mr. a most Interesting article, DeBartnlo Mrs. William Calhoun attendidth \.Ni.r.n RITE
and Mrs. Charles DeLa and Mrs. Francia Biawn
"The Life of Lincoln. which ef the hootenanny, on the Salver Theatre Friday evening j *
Have. Mrs. Clarence and Thom, of Tangerine were
brought him up to the time of commit Mrs. David Rauachenberger toria.. Bald Kopr*<"> son
Mrs. are -
Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Latt and Robert Macdona ,,'. out Lake Helen I visitors Bun-"
his Inauguration. Mr. William Yanoy It was tttn: first evening .
Id read' the story and ender] Mr*. Jack; Bartlett and since her 1 long Hln*** and everyone day afternoon. They wet lookIng t&

th* program with the Gettysburg. Mr*. Clarence ""In,.,. I.I pleased! that she could go. up Pbeba and Forrest Fol fYt 'or q
OystersBy Adtl'?.... A ham dinner will he served Welcome hack to fr sadMr. suns who ate Mal friends' and .r

Valentine Day dtnper provedto S *. Chart Shan of WaterlrebIowa neighbor at heir northern .
In the Lion Clubhouse from
Th. Bushel N* a Wtrtows." of South! Bend to 1:30: p.m. with Mr*. Care f the, club. Dr and Mrs.f Dick and Lyndal. Mitt had aa.
... . .. . /e. . . . Merry Marshall ST. and Mrs. Jerry guests *
decorating the dining table with Shan'\ arrived Saturday' at the,, their guest Dick a nn. Mr*.
Also S.nrd red glada and .heart shaped boxe Beraa_k aa co chairmen.On horn of Mrs. Shan* brother Alice Anderson' of California, ,

of candy heart During dinner the commute are Mrs. and alster law. Mr. and) Mrs Mr*. Anderson and Lillian Molr It's where the boys are and the
Half Shill Frank Fertsch. Mrs. Roth Hayman. -
On Th.
by of
old time favorite were sung Robert Weatherwax. and, are sisters.
the whole! group. iTh Merry Mrs. Joseph Currier. and roars, are not strangers to. the Mr and Mr. If. B. Create? Mt girls are..that swmgin vacation)
Lucille & Bill's Widow are Mrs. M. Flynn Mrs. Mr*. A. H. Hvitford. Th* price club members.Sympathy ef Hatnxt Center. n.Y. are

L. G4Mwtt. Mr*. S. Mamby. and will be SL23.Mr 1 U extended) t* t:'l,,,.1 l spending a month' vacation In weekend when American

12.I.L... Mrs. O. Rasmussen.) I'll bet *. Dan Hoover will sell the Lock wand! a* br .lat,,.. >tr*. an* .f the Purdy cottage MStrlr /*.
RI- they'll b* up something at beard permits. Mrs. Lowery and Kdna Stiles. died last week ,laMorlah. ta the poatmiatres at youth descends
..... 734-WS j
the Mardi Cras. Mr*. Gaining are la charge .fWE N.or. Halcott Center. {1 1I on America'sswankiest

trna bonnets.. ; Mr. Mars and ': .Ii .
Mr. Currier th* Snro ia t uh r F t

float; and Mr. O. R. KKtik. BOULEVARD ... -
I playground t"
ad Mr Lax I t
a ta* poste"'
...eM.. !I
Brian Tolhy at Ra4x S-! neUJU
... VtOoo will do ta* radio c;-. er
age. I I Te.yht' II n. Mt', T.i. :a-1M W8t1QND

op..5iieaa.ltNIA11GAIN. 0.t I. A M..lel SPRING. *

sm'm' NIT .....


Monday, Feb. 24 Witt..41 c_,..I OWEK e MKaT CUM JACK WESTN JUlY VAN DYKE )

I. C'.a.r-tree sad 1111e'IAMttoi :
8 p.m. FLAT"WKA tlutl5. W. Wt lurVIt JR "/.11:11I.: ., h1OWL 1(17.I Deeded >t ***** max Fr.m WARNER laos.I j

MAKES OF AUTOMATIC WASHERSFRIERSON'S A PUN ,...,1VALe Tt "n.y: w1LuA : ; .;. ... bet... .. lei.Als. see I'mt be. I
-.- *...." .-.*... A 1* I M- ..... sae w fin brat hatwtet . TUHHICOlDR.Athens
.w.... C._ O.* ( all 0.,.
._ 6reww.we.1 Ctrs. 4 .
BOULEVARD ...... .4 ...... 4._. "Tilt WAR tOYIA"wtb Today thru Saturday
C w e ._ ,_..usa4.a.... Par STEVE ttlgtLE; I IJ
.... I- awe... ru JVU.-'rOO.41O-3(10-Tel 5-20
Dee. DlsM.. .....
De JfOKTH sz n. mows mx *- m I1: 1 -

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OEUND (nORIDA) SUN KIWI THURSDAY, F 20,1964, 4A Magazine Subscription 1 14 toby SHftn--Oinrf. Core tt Stlwtfem' WattteJCARPENTER

.. rTorlhwtc Velum _
MERRY DAY Nura. WaoK .
KAS MAOAZINH AGENCY ry Day r.k 8'e't:
I 1402 s Garfield A".. 734-4| SllcCalla Child' Car. II S' ..ra. to 1'1'8( p m taaaonahla: ..
sue Wit ARH HER'y A GOOD yKEfCN tMATyNOULD IT WTTBR'XM '! WU1T THE- DUNUO.1Ir/AlJUbTAKID! and Aster I JW 16 61'7' K k;%. 1"4..a or 734.0610LEAVE :::I N;. oraiiaa A". Iwl and. Ha.MIOOLCAoTio ..
I WftO" EA9V fOR TUB PAPBR5J' I Ltautd In too
661110 RlULT! WORK '
.' FIK'P' V EROS) TO rour chilrtr.B at LOOIIJCNuraarv llfhthoiiKrltrrplna
OMIOUB! MAY RECALL HI B!' If NE'y !TILL POrVM TO A LWOOP. DO Z: yea IP VlTtTVBCMAMdkO.. aehool Opafi 4 dava waakRafaroncaa. . . for ona paiaon. callCARPFNTRT :
CAPTAIM' '' AtS)4' ,INS" HIW...AND WHERKl !, NUB IOOKIM( LOOK LIK. YOU NOWWOTAEOUTiW9 t Business Neighbors 5 227 i.. Ohio 734-48)6. 771.1663.
Q.'nfME" 1
N!'! !UAE16 DAD ILErORE NE 'AX ; : A VACATION: 20 Building Coatr.ctorsCOLA nFASriNARIB; ; 1 RTF!
IN' !VlAI PRR: O W DAVIS 4-444
iR YANIyHlDi S '
PIEHSON r lti* liaLand Kin 1141 HOMES
11p 214 >. BI.\1 PHONE 734.J3J2 I and Tnuth I 1'p. r'r.. Pick. Lp anddelivery.
I r ; II I. 7)6 oracia ('I;. Phono 734.0641_ Dial 34-742.

t TREE: RRTIMATIE.COLON 30 I....... OppertiinHios
Ofc.on K PH. 7S4-4
"" kOOIT, and, PAPFR: FFRNCltAThrt :
t' MY and, "ft' 'PPLlhSPIKKMClN LOG CABINOPT Contractor i-- TH ED" It TOV CAROUSEL
Building llei.nd. only ( .ta top ",. IH.n I
+ : MLPPLV '.::0. LIOHTS. Soft Mualfl.! / Rally : :'
Not : 14 for .air 1 Ideal Mr a
rxiinMl\a. notan ouralan1In..taaha. FREE ESTIMATESMay r.tir.d. 'o"p'' Vipit tha CAROU.MFI. -
Open to 11
.. .
at l14a Wn.l \ a Ynlk Av.
1 T'az i r yk Announcementslest MldnlKht ('Inned < 1JG w,,? . 1 I 1330: N Boulevard' Phona 6344697 Ba L... Than Ton. Think SALVAGE: YARD .- J 1; Arr.. wall

I l atock.d. 1030 S. Arnalla. bra. aftar

Z an4 hued 6 Where t. Dme J. E. BURKE 1 p in.

l I 131 R'. l nt...mry. Fh. 7S4-4I5S -oitif-fKANfNr; ; PLANT

LOST) CREAM' : COLORED' : .hnrt. ENJOY THR PFHT T.US"'H TV I Good Inrorn, 'Prlcail To Sail

-: .; I i...t on Jr Mich M' <..lionl .rn..t" 'rltwAT PJlIt'EM TO FIT 20 A. Masonry Contractors CALL 7I4-1_..
,ME A GOD, BUT WHAT KIND IT MOULD WC CURE NOT / iOU THINK AT LEAST NOTOPfr Monday Flmlrr' '. plaa. return. 4. -lI'n rl'IIKliI. ciuuu TO THkJDELAND

ALL RIlSMTTWERE4 / OP A OOP NOOP %4W Be AN LET ON WE. I THAT WOULD IT MISMT./ AND \WMO CAN THROW I..hl.. ".rl'"'' .t ..:hnnl .r 341 1.11I1' I4IT10.' J n PRir-R, Itr SONS' : Financial

DOUBT HIS / ASK HIM, I CANT/ RECO6NIZE, HIM'V. ANQRY 'ANY OODrt / A PALM TREE! L'O.'TIJII ...:;.... oM famala; -chlhuaIIIIH :: s II" s. JU.vro. 4-a7ia 7I4-212S K. f.H\V\: !: HAMPSHIRB
or rrr NAME? JASON'! MAP ATMB,,, .*..... l -'OOT'_ - 32 Money T. Lean
10ttVI 12R4nWaTI.. LONO 'H T DOGS: all"' thar. '
l hi Id a | 'lnltv!" .
I..n, Phona 784-lUb or 714-763: ..\ onl1: ".i'. 4 kV HOOT 201 Air Cend. A H.ati.g

E ar..... S p.m. -HK.rn.ilMIH: \. RLVIi. __ LOANS TO $600

Fr..hfii.'k'-; ,;;'--nnd .....k..
n J Jy KOKKI, ':..' 1(1'1'"
t err _- FINANCE CO. INC.
LEI FERRELL.. . : JPvVFLRRR.! : 111 THICK .HAKIEI-f, and Ito.l Alan
for Homa
N. RI.VI.d. A aoou PLACE. anft Ira Cream at Charlla 43.a .
1O 1HADK. IWIv-In. C..rn..r. V. Amalla. and. < CAI... I'M sow Fnll FRRE 136 M. Bltd, ,. :.._ Phona.! 734 a 18S
I '2. Phono n4-lIi;|;!.
t is Lai l TIME$ UNION .ERVIC'EX '
\'. al'. maklnv tlanaral roulathanara. SHAKES. root herr. flontaoniv . ,
. ('all 734-S3K8 at once if H'! (otri*. IOH or milk 0" 'Ira FUEL
you are ml;muds l .lima at th. JllfI'Jo'-HI'11rJfl1. COAfrLOANS6011.00! ? IC133 .
H2* H. HIv ,I. Phono'DOMINICKS : ""
"II.-t.: PROM! 'Tnt-!441 i iTrlMjMI
a 7'30 ,ot rkr r : ; Al R nannhi. P C." 'ltT>Flf4: Rl;Y. /

IN BILLS? 20*I N. Roula nut"n.rva ar lS H. -CALi.-7'f4-422f: Loans to $60'0-

-- rTBI SPFO1ALITF:: : 'IV I'IF.RVlctNJ' Union Finance' Co.' .
END that atliklliK. f...Mn/ .- .fffim Beauty Porters .
( for .a Loan. \va Inv tnn AIRCONPITIOVKRSHoneycutt 'PmONATrRK. : Fl'RNTTt'RI7tUTOMIHILE "
ONI Lootc a ITS AM ESPeOALCf f BAD fDEATO .ol\. rni.n.... ...n.... Ha coma In. Electric Co. 121 : ,;, RRAI.' Y.STA.T1!
SNAdY51 BEAUTY BAZAAR 8. "LV". Phon 734-I244
rbu RI: Too CLOSE Tb NIGH our FORTMAT GET Tbo CLOSE TO ONE op THose( ** "viiHlTm TOt>AK ihr"imh Friday'' ;Muhti; Phon. Barrack S4 Munirlnml Airport

MY PAlMTINCS.SttVESTER. ART D ESl= 3 D JOBSSTrf' ,/ R 734.07:13 or 73431;! ;; : CALL 33 .insurance

i5aldc' r'I FLORIDA LOAN CO.
SCtNC: ? 9 Swimming '001.LET'S 7 W. '
I FtSTIVA tu r 1.x,a nil up to 'R"I ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.rOR' 'Ol-f TURNRR64li.E :
,,y rw,, hg MJw |II|% R: INH: PH. 7TI24MI :! : AUTO I.IFIII
RJ.PR. U4-41"
f -- BUILD that pool Moradv '
: now

any dell.* 1..r..1. by any 734.u.dS:: >for and warm auk. for Call HEATINGAIR JAMES F. CLARDY
ono other thRn my..It.
4Rl6n.d1, . .Irh-k. H. MurrR. CONDITIONINGSHEET -flnAL': : 7,74R/'RANf 10:
9A Gas A Accessories 111 X. Blvd. I'hon. 714.4163
.'1 j \ 1 A I! mt WE ARE h-alnava raady' to a rvaou METAL WORK
/ } \ '' the r..Rt at 1 odrta. Clro-
r.rv. and I'..ll...,."...n. 'in i:. SO* 8. Horlda Phona 714-0511 34 M.rtgagesI.latS.h.MnR'I'fIAOII'I
\ 't1I l ''hi.I .. inrn, 6 a in to '::30 p.m. FIRESTONE TIRES

y .,..r... "..v. 21) PlemblnfPITFJ !: '
M',WILL:-not- --ha raaponatblaHlgnod-;; ; fnr Rnv GOODYEAR TIRES FOR ISP'OrUIATlns .h"ut Lone

.1.1.1.' In.utrr.d. by....)on. oharIhRn Term Horn. ltnrtaar.r: ..eIPI.AND .
.aelt. r7TTI JOCUTTIsn : FRT RRALFmvlna
m3 : lark, Ho'.aon DELCO BATTERIES and THRFAntNd !! ,. a Loan Arrnrla/inn
aRFOORT LUMBER: t14 N. Florida rhon. 734-2111
eM NIA, 1... 1Y 164 Yl M ONt .\J. AP'\IS: 8HF.'I.I. STATION
Vacuum Cleaner Service ffl) 8. BJ.VD. PFIONE 134-U4I

-- _. REPAIRS anA ...p"II." for all 21A ...fl.. Live Stock

I" a k. II 1."luo1I. 111."lrnl'; ,., 9 B, 'lucerne Tax Service.8URFTY .


fftM HERB 0X PfiOPl K, '' / WOULDRETFIEGALIANT DID YOU KNOW ;nn'P'rldav; wR XPBRTS: CALL 31 Dogs- Cat -fets

BUT NOTHIWa UNUSUAL THAT YdX1LD BE NICE OR I I I THING F77R ME lO SAY! h.V" Tuna ('rnqurll.. .. wIt I h JlOWARO OAMMP.'I.rJAARD George Vining Roofing
I'I.R. . R. IIHPM': yl'A."
WAa NOTED D Veil WANT YOU. J7 ISN'T FART ',y'Yt 1" I Is !.ITY "MAII"'I': rELICATRS.RIN lit HO feLVD. PHONE: 714-4IU Phona 734-S201 PINK' DOGS and c.,. toe adoptloaALJ9O

.. lO STAY FOR THE I DIf"I :;. tai: R. 4'h..r'h. Boa'MtnE. Animal Raaeu
PFRfORA1ANCE>! I 't > r1I 22 Upholl'erlng-R.flnl.ltilll Laacua. 17 W. Mlna. RB 4-1I44.
POXCPJ'' Dt-:I.FON: i' Pi(iNr5FRINO Business Services


woven Alnmlniitn. 'or.ho1. 10 Special Services JOHSSOV op"nl.IITrr.RY! CFNTFW
eI'I! ..... o1rR perl.. .. amt dlrldrra' . 13112 K. NT York Ava. 734-1701
1'I0LOPH'M.' : III 1'1.' .'HCRCHrh"
41 Articles' f.r S.I.
". RN' 4Rl't.LEGAL :! Eapert HfIt 1)r..mk1nR.All.r.l/on.k:. Nw. YnrkPhnn / 22A! Fleer Covering ft Ceramic IHe

I I air 734.7683IRD TRY' DIADAX' Ta'".'.' (formartyf

NOTICE' \ :: U.'T-\'ATJU--;; FLOOR SHOW >o>-.. *". Naw mama, aam
formula Say tla. Valuala Pharraa .
\ LIY1I'HT. IV/ ANI> "'01\ VOLI..I"4'lIt's'ry. .. HEY CULLIGAN MAN AMFRICAV OT.FAN . ** a.frI..rator $20.00'

... _ .w Ae. wIF UKIDA. IN PKO- '714-3f: BOHREN TILE CO. ONE
,I _. __ _, __ '. BPIS I-rlRldalra Autematlo Waahar 177.EH
1-': I n I-; HSTATP: "! OKAH1HLK 121:! 1".. Rich Ay... Phona Ut-UIII ONE
O, WIM-KKT:; !: D..T.a....
all <'radliora an<4 all i>.vr..>na. D&L CO. 23 Job PrtatlNflPrinting r.frlgrrator. . Rottnm Frrr..r (rm.tra .
having claima anrt demand Nlcai. A Real Buy at $33991
I AY50 MY6EL F r RKSHT;MR. BCCWIGE;AFTHEAU FIE W)JW4AVE 1Di .analniit. p.Rld l l .>.tRI.: 14<11 F: N.w York Av. -134.t472
,...u. End ....h of von, are h.r.hvnnIIfl..l . MANY: OTHER It.real..t Low. 'low
.. and r.qulr.4 lo pi....ntmy WATCHES. DIAMONDS. KKPAIR- paymen.. 1..01 .nd Uuaranla.d
( FIRM 91NL8VN/ f7ATF4ER 11 ONE HONORED rlalma and dvmamla whlchn INn; ; CONNFI.U lit COX Hn' : K OMAC Financing
LEFT 17-1-7 Me. FTI2CLTIT! } .r ..llh..r of vou mar have 2..r.!< AV ., Phon.734: -"M01PAINTING.
) ."utlnct tha ....,. .f ARTM1 (*. :! .!.... . Boulevard Appliance Inc.
VINrRI-Y d... "".rd.. lala. of \ o- ROOFING REPAIRS. Jl'' ..1.. A ......,...
1 Iu.IR.. (Counti. Florida. to tha Hon. (.rp.ntry CIIII S. Ho't, '7)4.1326aft.r t0: \, 1Ivd. rh..n.. 734-IiM''
John ... H .lnaion. Vuntv J....... 1 .kd.y.. 'MU"LE
of Voluala Con n IT.. at hla offlra, In ONE of baat aqulpiwt. prlntlnoplanta and WAGON for .al.! fisnA .
... Ih.. < .nitntt. . 1'i..irlhn.<>. in l>,, 't...n plow tool. avmiahl I.. r4:
.. Voluala I'oiinlr) Florida. wllhln" / Sharpening Service your printing ord..r-from "I..rk. Jtt 3. H"..a 74. iLl.and.
f .
Bet : I rut. pnrilliallon, h.r.of. All rlalma Sawa. ar-laaora and all toola tniittl-lhnuaand' filll-pava cfroil* LIFE. RAFT.' Port*
M and d""'R..I.! not " wlililnV Inn. r"r' .K>.m..... mil rollvrtw .hi.' Tvpra'rll.r.. 1O'.e.' .11.. !Soli! ,
O. F. Bloebaum
,h, tlmR and In .h. m."r "r... x. 8myrna Bach. N..I'. '
."rlh...<1 h..r"ln. ...h.II h. harrad aprnvldel !.III W. Church !:h".. 734.4447 1//IA 64411. Prompt baryle..aUa. MY TRADING POST
:. _
h. 1mw. f.cllnn Guarant.aG.
417 K Florida Ay... Ph"". 714-.774
I t". Dat.d Janmr, ar A 0 1044I11'TI DeLand Woodworking Co.
( A. W'--'fI'nlT'
'- $O qut lI A. P'rl":. "t the 1..-t W'Ill 14.. N. ROL'NHMIT: PH 714.1 47ATTENTIONl Patio Furniture

.1,4 ''...,......nt .., ARTHUR C.I(1INP'RRT. - F; ; --t:: : ; 24 Fruits .*. Jwices Phnna 734' .t1Ii3PUSLIC
rn r.. 'lro aOunrra
': t.c..rd. ---
Hor. iiixnurt.. nvaiublo I AUCTION on Starch 1 at
ran' Y.tR1), I. TRADER In lara "......1111..... \\ III "..11...... INDIAN HIVKR J'RUITRfI'.nl : 1:36: pm, at HAHRTS ALCTIOVS
,m.n tlnrl.v"PRt t"r 13'7 J R.f.: t. 1 1" tart '....d.. Call 714-1147 or I ,'''' rirovra. Hwy. IT N. ...'n I .* N. Blvd, "t. If von

I I.IHourr.. Flor.d.. 714" MAS. I Phona 114.264Employment:: -. hat. and aalahta artlclea. bring
If J.3/1'fI'/I/ :!/ -- th..m .n. Wa nlll aril than for
11 1 Laundry-Dry Clean me, '1 *' """. e..l..n"l Fahrv. "' ...""n..r.




HIM> p Itr2 ,' A. NrlKON: .. n.r.....d.. 13 Drugs-Cos mettcs fnr gait raaae.. Hood w.' .... tI". HUNTING Po...... IInl'". For
all cradltora and all prrmna. lal' F'r Knt Apartmant For
SOUNDS __ n To Apply In p..r.on only. .Morria'
71 havln* <'l..lm or dvntanilaacalnat R.ataur.n1.21 IT V Blvd Rant Opon For Jn p etion.' Cal -
SWELL / ..(d ......: CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL anA Kim Nawa Offifa,
i q Ton. anil ..,.,. of ..<.,i, .ra h.r.h"
t t 'i MOVIE: ,."'lfl." and r.<,iulr..., to |.r..."....' CHAIRS ESTAaUISHED TERRITORrO SCOTT ATWATER l'.r.alr 1 ot HP
,ally rlalniw' and ".m.n,'. whl'h out hoard M"'ftr. u. vary Uttla.
,yn1,. nr.tth. of mav have FOR RENT OR SALE \ .."." fl.... your homa. rua. Phona 714H28SI .
I.lni.1 lh. :.tml.l l nr lIU. A, tnnira naltln* for Avon atrrlrrti *. ," AOMIMAL TV '. raaaonahl. .
Nk.L.KON. d..<*....d.. )ala of \olu' la \\ Mra rranrva. H Know. P. ... Phona 714-4M4 ry bataaaa.
... ,"oun.v ,..Inrl..... t.. tba Hon John Bearden's Drug Shop ('. Bo" 4ISK, H Paytona. HaM .> .and 410
J K. llvlnalon' countir, .India of V ,,-
JI 1Wm 1Y I n.1'.: <'ountt'. at hla' offt..a In thaViiinly Car. E Naw Torn and Alabama A.. ."l ir> "HAND-OAI'IOKN\ ..I. apaelal
ourtho'iaa. ,In P.I"l ,m-1. V ouata Phona. 734ll. M",., bo itrnrndahla.Pbona . price. ate.DELAND.
4I I Cnnnly.. Hlorlda. within all n-4MJ: HARDWARE
.month from tha. data. of tha flralpublication To Every PrescriptionWE ''UTV SHOP-' ;;
h.r..of. Ml rlalnia. andvmanda ..n.... .u..ran..d ...'..r", Sdv. II"l.. RouUrard. Phona 714-/ '"1Ilx
w ,. ./L6.Cllll2w rMt'uf'A. 'In''' and not In tha pr.m...nt..*..*d,. within praarrlhad. tha ADD SERVICEOUR .r.k. !'hone n4-HU. CHARGE IT ... .ale Paan.r

_. _.._ _. larvln! ahall ha barra .. prerld.dbyDt Pharmaelatu taka. eara af. vovr >w Prloaa. Tao! Op.a Tour
- ---- -- --- 26 Pannay Charga Araanat Todarl'
r.aIlA .r..rlptlon naada .. qulakly. .. Help
'I .wbI. .VARlIt. A\Yt.: 'IlV ......hl. w t h u I .arlflaa.quality. . WE CUT AND TMRFAT P1PF!:
WAKB UP MEN WANTED: to drtT. ronarmr.I .Mm.. l A OMPIrTK: LINE! OF
A. Fill: of lha lj .t '111and IN Sur Rnn.1rlw.. I'.rt..t. a
aitlpmont.. and la wh..l l Pt.t'MRIVII: "1'1'1'1.11'1.: '
tVLVCSTCClTW6OSS of carl A :>0.1-; .
t t T'aramnt w ll aa at aur Pbarmacr rountar
L T /If .. ... h-avv duly dump truck S.< Ray TYNER'S
SAVS VER aon. I> i aa d you alwaya raaiva the faaiaatfriandlKat I.Inknvich. 1611 K. Naw York HARDWARE
'Lr FIRED PERSLECPIN ORrN... AHFRTtI4 ,h.: '. .. arvlaaVOLUSIA A :- lUl N. Bird. Phona '7at.un
".orn. fnr .4. N-CIt-.ALIE.MAN: : ,.;;; -
CM .North Morlila. Avantiopo PHARMACY ntra "3 P.r..k "h.. .>oini 3 CHROME DINETTE SETS. |-'.
TH'J09t Ro* 444 "To'.r Wal.raan A*.n..,," nalnn.rlla/ boa liT Hun' . %."'. ...h. 11r.:. mauhl i g ri.ff.... and
r raI .
)[ Florida 37 M.1 HI N. Mlvd Vh..... 7J4-SJ" g11. Ing, ...'..r....... anA I..t I S and taMaa II.*. AICTIOV:'
M f C.I l 1.14rr. wnrkM.1iRIVEI1I4 . H \ttx. :T; Vlol.t Wood Road
- -
15 Appliance RvpairhigL.IILITS : wanted. lily Cab. --oOcU riI'OF TIOSSSt.m..k..ra ;*-
I 1 ro a NOTICE' TO CREDITOR ill N. .tmaltaphxna .. .
I ; ;' IIIH. t'1''NTV JI'IniP.'Rt'OI'H'I' l>aorr.,. < *ntrRoulavardl .
Ill.' Pall.MAN ....
IN Alt: rlK > LI HIAttMSlT. APPLIANCB UKRVICWv - -- -- 223
tUOKIUA. l.N PKO- \ H..I<..r.. o lor, 'a o n.."..." WANTED for; writ e.1.All.h.dIn.nranr. WII: BUY as SELL g.od ....
>/ Ae w 6IATP.IN .. . CALL I11O JOflN 7341IUI' drill. In Must. Immnttura. tb..a KR": 4-tall. f...
vtl RPI, KRTATR (9.HI.h4IOl .hay .T.t )IOTEL tUr.NMMAWMARTKVT. : : per ....*.... *1lv. .. ...m.. .... home .P..r mad HALL'S JlARG4U'
S91A.NIO a .., k......... .. Pew tin a-Paper N.ngiRg ..lstr..>*... i.hnn. and ftn.llv TOFKNCK .

L..Al''K: CINa11A)1. ataluoi. **p.*rt..!.*. If ..... and "b1.341 'FP'I'"E DESK.
O as Rr a .... .."...,. TAINTING .n" )'APES HANt'lfNO M rit. r n. JIK 1449 l.)trnM 34" a."" 170 Ola.a Top
0 SVYANIn 0r ti To all'1 rvadltnra and all.'kavlnt l'IH'': .14.1'1'1..: ATRM: 0"1'1'A' ..*.h. rla. rho.... 714.640.
)alma <*r ttamanila
Muall.r .34-0;":. 34-4U
aaalnal ..,A ..,.,. -' W' 'NTlIrt: POSTS AND FENCING
"..... ant. *.,'h of t...,. are ......rirIHillftad \' a. : i>t.llr.ftll'--- OAs BTSTK'N' ATTFNDAVTOt : CTiLi'fTILIOR
and raqulra to pr*....' MURPHY FAINT OKALRR ARANTFr: ..:D D'FT. ?' FOLK*-
----. -, anv claim' slut riomanda wnlrHyou ,1t IV. ( I. rhnn. 731.1427'TRENDITION PI''T1'4TO' 'T .. .

ova BOARDING HOU9B . with . MAJOR HOOPLICSOU OUT ova WAY By J. .. "n.UA" or oithar lo. aatata of )ou.o(mar Fl: havoavaiaal an rranahaw HOUSED MUST> <'. Martany. alao known aaFlaanor W'ril. po* 4 Tr.l.n4. Run >._. 1\1'1' JLJVIC":
.:, ."r.nahaw. >4<..-......-atl''na In It Ana RICUlt

WHAT TS-B.TMv'N 10U'RR ",..u..1T Was NICE CF 'OUTOTKBAT WHAT WAS IT 'C'GOLDRTl7TP of Voliiata ladle, <' ,"' ('.A.luala Florida: .County to the, COLORS..__. end...".".Ik.Mrr.aalIty..... .. . 16 n.-. .cel.waM ...... MAN'" a-wprrl. ........< In ratall food DUE ,0 D'VO"CL. W .lava a
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AS PAlir A! A ltOWL OFMCi! ) !" MOW/LA!*T"Jl' R4tTL+LpAAEARCkXr nunly.... .iflr. ,in tha County ('",,1'1- ."nll."t and nr. ara .r. ... Parmanaat poatrlon f rn R...........4 '11' Modal Swing..
1 LET VCU' hO XlLV Hf'c."L.I'ICU! "rM1! MATH 4."'N at l*.Lat..\olliaia, Conntt.rlnrlda ..n... warm .,tn,.. Thahlta y are rmanant. r..n..nt. R.'v... ;N.MI.. fhal.f.MaIIr_ I...... ........
Q 134' hoiiIn
(J C CQ PADINA FRIOt ajp" 'OUMAD\OL1lHC' LAEV ('ga 1\taOT'cj! I L1 I t ., within. all mootna from r..r'ul. .UmulUna. .... ...It.I. Pull Rot "at..t.lI.P.f.anl Hun Nawa clvinc Slaa.a ranry ",ltrh.. .. ........
JUST HAPPJiNED 10 HOUR 3404. 616146 NOW i ALL FINISHED" 164 SURPRIS.DTMCL FINSMID,. ,, "lIT I POt' IRa Hala nf ,... flrat pohMoattonroof I.. 641u... Er._... arate and KutlonhoU.. / f*. ., Huct nn.
\LOOX* L KC A and damaada .. . lie. c.*nra of tna aayaud M iMi0raana. mhrolifara Fto.Taka : ,.
CLU9.'-I OBOPPtO IM To PLAN/ \>>*>ATS THf GOURD4 HA, r"C''e... C.4' :SNOW,...,TMEA.! -eklE"Ad. '<'UR. "WR ALLf' .BlAWC1RrWd M I In not lha praaantad manner.within praari tha va m.r: cool _flalda tore., and c..d. . ara of400.no_Ranto.,. '7T4.4t7t.RR ning' 4! "paymaniaBUY

POOL--yes- OM. ........... ... .'.
X ITftCA_ Now+.. T LEFT tr. lit RT97 V SELL TRADE

HEM IN TM. COArROOM / _P I / A. *B.a,5'il'mJAi5 4*. La. Wilt That. lanMHia paint Den oak ywor R..wp.p.rbey raaC''ItR-S TRaDING POST

.AA oa.4 Taaiamant tt Klaaaor HAS THEM ALLDeLand to ecoc.,,'<<&Dce. for 14a S RL" D. PIt_. alC 62141OFIICE
I'r.R.b.w" Martanv alaA knowna Paint & Glass eu-If\ed ado
EI..._ *-"'*".'"."' DE'K. I tlr..r, mahog.alt. _
t 't.rII. -*... R. T PARTIN OWNER: I .. ......... t4" a M .acallant
1A II J ( i iv r. .:00.1.M.. lit \\. OA., A\'tL. PHONO 714-a2S1 I ___ .Ad ....1_ dI.... 141 n. 114.StlL
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.. ;. CLASSifiED DISPLAY danHlool DispisyiARRYDDYO. - !I ;' CArl - .{

USED SALE! We're Dealin'They

\ I. Shop The Rest Buy The Best For Less! -I
Wtl '<.1l"r1/l/ thu

C.ft1'p1qh' ; ", .,ft. Ibt. ( ! CALJ.) Bill Tison Auto Sales IIII Gotta Go! !'

l J fscl, I THE MAN ABOUT THE I N.Xt To I ONE PULL YEAR I I| W. Mood Room For New, Car TraoVlni.

IWIftT) ) ; HAROWAR. FURNACE 1Roy IOHJIST0PURCHRSElOflns Th AthensThwatrw I. INTERNATIONALWARRANTY Phon. Mist of, then Cart ire lecol! 1"1'

II I f | 734.8311 tracts. -'Ssrvlcs4 end rtorfy. t. gal tni RulonJmi


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GOFFHARDWARE .....1.".. w" h.4'.r. standard $ 195 .
tran. ISIs saw On* ow's.,. A real B
CO. .o ... ASPHALT PAVING raam puff. 11.609, aatual mil**. __. HO ff

Cor. N. Blvd. ......... rBfltB Sonrlc,
WUcansi | PR I bath C.R. ""... .. 1960 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN SIN. WAGON

Ph. RE 40444rtJSNTT 'Ia. rm.. ar-raanad **r*.h. laraakltrhaii.
COnIcal haat and aircond RAY LINKOVICH
OF PARKINO .hip, Moor 1 *. Ri'. ahady lot. . C'tI..r.. .... .......".. ....... $1 095
__....t..".. O..n.r 'lit-Uta. ...... ax 4.AUI "..'.r, ..w.. .'.. I".. CI..n __

; TOimpRovi( : .X.UI$ITK laTATI: :. acra _.... East: New Y011 A.. ,

41 ArtkJot ror S.lo Old your fumooo borlT> whooi i'hsr..lp* ' ranch.hausa. 190 DODGE PHOENIX 4DR. SEDANAir
a rma, 1 bath Mast .
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through lait winter? Now lo the p.imp. Piffuaad muatr. Kara tarn-. .-
DIAMOND MINUk ai man ".'''.1| tlmo to replace It with (ly-rm.; JVaam kit Pull homaataad r: Wiit.m Conditioned. .....1.. H....,.
I matching r....kln. rhalr for .aol| a aas or See Us For Money To Either Joy s hiii* arrirtr ar 185.101) ELECTRIC : .Power 4...?..... aawar brakaa. tl",. 995
I Handnoma bahama. bada . oil firod Carrier WoathormakorFurnaco. LAkKPRONT: LCCTIOM of : ad. 044* *. One ..,,_ NI... ,,?_
pwlv ....". .I.. flo ..rh! Our choir.. "..",... n.2 n O to ln.-. : AND REPAIRS :
Florida Loan Co. RB 4-J47I low pro-wntr! ._* MK' DIET: Prekerj14.I11

...W anrt"r: ; It'I'ctrlora; .. prices are In effect Initallatlon Buy or Improve Your Home 5S0 555CR qallte, built .born.. : H. M. LIGGETT I : 1960 VALIANT 4-DR. SEDAN

Tr.4.Ins .... will ...It... base.Is. .
a< "' ". Cftmnlaia. bo prompt bocauao our fireplaea laraa sri : .
rock of Ramlnilnn.' Brhlek and eltr". ,i.amd. to $1.52.: ..... 3X4 .Nortk. ..*.....,. : Heat.0.. ..Iodad' 'P."... LI.... .w.
N"r.lco .h."lnlf h..ct.. 1h. ".u. furnaco mon aron't wampod :I\U'\ Julv' 'i:4.faTIt:_,, 114.400.( : P.... II 4-JMt Plia 51010.10, ......w..., Oar. III ".. $895
lusts :
now aa they will bo lator.Romombor _._ s.a 454. Caunty D.sI pass It up at
. I .TANOADLjNDWOOD Tn'. . SsIIISaas Sass l5I55'e
Wrlt.r * m.tool stand. .nn4 UALITV' rot !..* in tha beg
<...n"ltl.C"II 'IU.lO: .U.r the Carrier Runt I ''IV".t..... von are eaaklne. a 1959 DaJOTO 4-DOOR SEDAN

.. Ii p.m.OVAL WoaUiermakor Furnaoo la the SURETYBUILDING ,- * R*homo'' .! you or n want a.P.R. . ......

MAHBLK TOP TABLK. Turnaco with a Future." It the moat for tour. monart.I 1. ..)..1.. heater, ..w... ....rI".. .u'..
MarMa top ...h...,. Marbla. ton was ........ tinted. .,ISsa. plwar .h'5k5.. $695
waahatand. Oold framait mirror. specially doiignad for the easy JOHN E. LEWIS BEFORE YOU BUYS A stall. Si _______.__
addition huh"., "f Qaaliry M".....
VTTJ BUT ANn XKI.Tj of summer cooling 1IA4 ID, Raw York A".. Ph. 7I4-IIIT e New 3 B.R., 2 Bath
THW BKSALK: WHOP whenever you wish It. 1959 PLYMOUTH FURY 2-DR. HARDTOP
111 8. AMELIA & LOAN ASSN. BRAUN REALTYOTTO Virginia Haven Homes

Call today for a cozy Carrier BRAtJN. ...1- P "n. 14.3471FISHERMAN Aut. Iran, aawar brlk4. haatar.naw ..
41 A. Jowolry Storo.rPETDKl winter when the freexecornea. MM 4.1Is .".....r. tutana .'..1.... Cl..... $695
big A 'law, I lew ...... far thle eer __.

watch banla. nark 110 North Florida A..... Phon. 734.1 s.t1 R. W. PRESCOTT V."V MODISH I kadronm. CMror .

..h.I".. and charm brael'.t.. Rolling Ain.. Dries 734.4555 ........ S ,...r. ..I"* on Indian' hi..,
. York A.... built .....t... IC ...1"", boat S.ius. ,lilt .I.Iein.
Morig <7. Loan Sine 1926 -_ heist. raOtAnt rsm* hiIikh.44'... 4-yl., .",.. 'r4ne, r4le. .halr., $495

WE HAVE IT I < * 42 Photo _E..lp.-5uppll.. : haalth; furnlahail: or unfurnmha.

FKVDT.: KhcparC Film Pm".I. Frierson'sIncorporated LAnes. I room I hadroom rendition I bath, HOMB an.. MtnLprHa LOron 1957 OlDS SUPER IS 4-DR. HARDTOP
ham In .a..U..t on
1I1..1r and Wblt. and "ol..r. 42 Homo Used ABlAme.Ua Washers I,.. ahadad 16 m 10 Lt ..,,,.. In01n10P0 .AI.. .
DEI.ANI) CAMERA SHOIfl I DaLnd If you will J' M OORDON, JWHB Pawor braka*. nw. *. *trln4). Bute.troa. $595
H. BJ,4. And Used Furniture . . hurry ills' ran p* "ro"r* for 4t* or MB 4-4HI rei*. haatar. On* *wnr
THRKB .BKDROOM t bath. HIS.mnnLK. TOPS lit QUALITY. ....100*> 'n..","'"* t..* lurniture Mu4Vk. 440 te be eeerit4U' I :
43 Heating, Air Conditioning; I t'loa In. BY BUILDER
SO. O. Florida.. Ph.. MB; 4-018" /// Klra-Auto. 1"... Reel katata! /I/ los.SlOb a .DMOOM*. Path. lot. tart** Roil Fatata. .
303 .r..t ".tll I'rla' .
121 E. RICH TT.u.c.iV.--a-. ;; ;; FURNITURE Inc. South, SotlsvsrdPhe 'Ha.lll n. dOnor'
....u.... cia.' .. I" gomi location.III 110 W. Maw. Vrk A**.. RC 4.atai ,.. TI4-4J2I, In a ,lIr'a wrah. nr.KTI C: Radi,*. kaatar., newar ....rI.... aw.r .
Cornalla Mo..I.yM WELDINGMACHINK .. _.k. 24, .. \YO hliehi&s NOW .5t71lrbTNi0A'I' .. 3ACI.l4N, Thon. '...a... er brakai. auta, Iran*., like r> wrubkar. $495

Homo WOM 2 ..D OOM FUBNiaHCO: Moil.a. 175 11:. CHELSEA 714.1107.-- ..... Sill.Anathar silas sod laaal a .RI *If nwn 150 1.0*>>
Apna.c. *
4 ...n.. Mouth of naLand. Ilt.Uujf FOR
ACCePTeD araau oppoplta Mutilanit dinar. aA 5.55.5 $19,500 BY OWNER

yea can ha StiltS! If I" GUENTHER'SDIXIE I . J. H. Mnraa. 4 BEDROOM 2 STORY 195S CHEVROLET 2.DR. SEDAN

FRIERSON'SOH WESTINOHOUSPJ IRON & WOOD WORK 64 lu.I..... lentils LAKEFRONT HOMEeonatruetad Wise Inc. Home BuilderS RAND Reduced! N.W to Raautlfiil Quick I Sale Rd.. 4.aylln4ar4.. r4i' ....,.... P.i.shis.. $195

THE BOUtJEVARD" 1XS W. Orft-t PH. KB 4-SS74 i WIILL CR. I room.. CALL RR4I4A4McCARRIER room horn*. Una lot. full, norrh.. Uafly .eunt. end. a aa4 .*.,. _
OWNER Gerald E. Fflaraon' FINK LOCATION. Nor doctor .,. apllt laraL House n..i.n auitabl' fcfodarn, ,In ell ".t.". Pure. now
>*0 N. BlTd. Phona RB 4-tTTI tnr...". decorator or any pr..f... for rantal. unit with' private .". REALTY Only lt.4*n. LOW flOWN PAT.ME.IT. -
atonal' or hn...ln... U.a. Howntawnorrira Iran... J .nli.a.. from ..lInt.r of Hal laaa: than rnt Ra*

Cltlaa AVE' !:*rvlc MORK..: I.P WITH Oaa 47 "Ie-T.lniI... rhon. or RB..or....all.."*.able. la.*. town on Eaat ..".. Ph. RB 4-4470 tI' .B'. .. r....REALTORS... 5544 n..lUIFO" 714.5584.forooon. or a liar t p..n. Phone Th.. Cars Carry A Full 1

DaLand las A Apollanra GOOD INVESTMENTS o'i.-si _
HAIJU WT : GW Warranivl"Volvilij .
110 N. rla. Ava. Phono 'IH.: '. I 1144 MONTH net tnrom. from I
MIO.PKBHUAHV IIRSITH: Trad .EC Sit East Kanatneton. Modern rurn Ant*. 111.400.( t7.UHI.
In fl..... r'unnlncham' flraatonaBlor Real EstatePRACTICALLY OPEN DAILYt
MATTAO :a Rll Ii4 attractive homa In Or an*a t'Mtv.
*. 2":1V.: Rllh. Ph. 7J4- .MS. ..
WASFCRKS: and DRTKROWK araa of nl< a homaa' Sic' lura. oriinfuriu
: BFRVICK: T.V. Radio. Tunaa. JUoctronlr! Hup."II. Pnca redursd.: offers'I In. u. ann 100MB. OPEN DAILY '
'WHAT WB: 8ELL: .. at dlac< "int "rl..... Pr..'. .e ....- 1.11.4.AMOTHER. .. a 111M And 5. Atoll' '!'"

FOLSOM'SHOMBJ lactronlca.! 11.V.. E. .N.r. 7"-JJO. turn.".r'toedoep. I""R..m..r"I" fIac.ton. falIv. t :f4..I'b itaih. flldsp" (1,4.. foci. HE"'" JW"...U1t 1%'. E'IIP'tSE.A N.
pa rlt Ealat: eanotorop, lot 1 > 100 W. MIchlIsh. rItA. A' ticiuis", P.o4iog;
JIfP.'W BKwitNO MACHTVF, 4, Power EqulpmeittPOWBR NEW plua an IIrs CN hid. ..;. In raar Phona ia..4tl. 451'141..fl . 114.4301a ,

GIfTS FABRICS and SMALL and !NOTIONS APPLIANCES KXCKLLKNT.: ......'1... 3 PR1U or uaahlo..r..aa. n rtadtirad fottaia. .to, |.5.nrk 5041.*Cell hon, $500 DOWN IIt..",.. H"u.--Si. iSO. loll; flaIr' 0,4( ,.5.. .......V.LER.P L Y D THIn

LAJtIj HELEN Phona U.-.." MOWER SALES rolorad hatha. Rrautiful: kltrhan wn,- i --fan-- -* Real-.Kalala: TU.."'. ..*-W I ..... I Hath. IJ'tna .. Moatr. RoOWNER 1"r.: :. I""St 2.: I car porat.d
S SERVICPICUSHMAN! : nullt-in ranta and ovau. ftilitrha1
built-I n 5,0,05.

45 Homo rtilriilng PIONEER CHAIN>>SCOOTERS SAWSTALTON"S hood 4th vent......r"Florida."..... f.ario room licios rouldha Stetter Associates C...**. .Ire........" .dorrh.. CasIrsI, r5r00ft.' .i'' TRANSFERRED County'' Mist Proflronlvo D..I.,"

rooi teen, e"with trio prellv 100 a corn.r. I" """".r. of. R.tpsp. Mont. *,. til AiRed l I..... ar TNRaraaford '.. BV 4-0.,OWN. l..>..:*|)i RR.had 114 Rrlf-k Path. H.Ln....... 1101 North ovlovoraj. P...... 714.1119
Used Furniture Bargain I 111M( N Blvd. 1"1>... RB ....l. ..... su .. rtxininA AVK. turn. et Alk4rl' Lan* fiR 517 "".1".,,". r..",. araa.
..arrlflca firlca Ill *'' Aonly 714.4141OKNKRAl. t all TI4A4IHARRY _ _ _ A tln! Mm. r....,, sarI... Patio
"i' -OTIIBBT"" OATTBRTHWAITMOWKR 14N down .*< t rmaon COWTR ACTOR .DUC.I WSITSIeLoris. Dueled. nil hull Prlcad ,to aall, ----- ...... --
I PC SOFA BED 8U1TE A.zOO tlalaa A Oarvloa bal Call for anirolntmant' to .. eulfk' Cornar of W. I'nlvaraityOOOO
BLUE HFCTTovAfj-' -.': -m-UUO<> MOWER REPAIRS .... but dent d.loc l GORDON E. HOLZMAN u. .. and Pta., I.ft"R.'. M..p.raa., .duetsi iIoigbsru 0..carl and _N. "ail.l'iipT... r.... '....1 u. 71 1.5.ONLY RAMBLER
a PC p. R_. Hill and N. flarflal4 UNITEDVlnrlda Pnaoa .. ...... ... -
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City *14 tt.. r. It"'r' 40.5 N C
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SOFA. PPfl ; p-fl : PHONE RE 4 787 Raal Katata Ina. Lot 18'.1" ( *o.pI.taiv' rhool I arr) >ROOM. 1 lath I. H. TRUCKS
OFA) BED BUITK' This Weeks Bargains! 525 5. Me.lsomatV, .,. .. .: :
I pn. 1191 South' noul.vard, :.. Urea roam. Ill I Afl.U. $500 SELECT: : ViED': CABS
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Plies RB
"pfaTform Ii:.__.! T.'1RFCM.NKR 52 .......*f I.}..lpment n..unFRAN _ 'DIAL FOR MKTIRKDt : day .0.
: '.r:.rly American t9.'0I K-LSPARnO W ait attata 'rloaa In C R. r To Kplata.Iv rloa. "I'.y ALUr..Hf'\MIIJIII E'srnl.s.BEST $100 Dawn $10 Monthly JACOBSMOTOR

PC. INBTTE Hl'ITBS ..... ", furnianad., T F. EDWARDS BUYS kANOI LOT on rad.
sod A141nq .bl._ avan to V andautnmatir rounlf
"' Mnrk.4. _..l44 lilt 'I"newrI"A n.a'' F..,.!. lImber, Ph. TH-n ....... SERVICE
TTB .. APT .r. oil. haat. Walk flIallOpDELAND IBM... ,. 054. ,In IsIS arowlna IllidiVISlOo.)0.a4v '
H txaiitlful .
I pc. DINETTE.7. I..' _.:7.11.1IIt SI* N. "...... Ph... RB ...... IP yOU want a lovrlr", a B ft. In with. .""_.. end. Hart IIVI.... AREA: I Ic :t.L--r:; ; :. aa-. 14.too.' for hotldlaa' 5i* miles: Ml .. BLVD. ..... NB 4-C4
prrtlrAep ------I
\; : ..._.. I I.. a .autlr..1 ImaU.n .0 14..nn. flood ..r..... If daaira4. rantar 4 DaUand o*, *ar hInts
MATTRESS IX5UBLK: BEn o421 IC.: P.nn.vIvsni.' .100 7101077I a ..PI.. I _.t.... 5..l. ?4i... .. .ot., II Noon/ or .1,.. T p .... t34 IM
..I7.P.: .. _..-_. _________$ '9S The ALLEN-WHITE Co. ___!_ PARTIALLY .PURNiassib .io.eIn 55.111I as -
P00535 IflItIlald. 4 .. .. ... : :
I T\v IM SIRE RKHS. PoamlINh.r f,55 *" .w"". DII..ANO: MOMLANDat| : ; aavtlfnlaornar ____ ..... lilt ..,"c. 121 OPEN DAILY ahoppinr'. oiitaiitaity. t* inn. ,. .11111. Idaal& alt* far floe 10 ......... For $.!. _
.. l\on ( .h. halanc* ITI momh. Hosma 'r'.t.' r.'r.1 AI' .J'I:
Indiana '
101 W. A. Ph. '' 'UI '
CORNIER ROOKrAf' _.IIIIl '.1Ii ANOTHan Inside' unfurn.lahad 1)1.10) 514.110S horn' aall at I tat ,,naa.Kail .
"National Rlanlc' H-k"IIKKEltrr.O my. 454 114.154 fl B ... | i .4tk.. C,nan Itlaak
VANITY DREBBKR and LOVKLV naw. t .....r....... 1 .4thhOma. . you will. In". at liana* f : 4 m. or writ.
: 1417pr1.IEP.T7n.writ.r howia It'j.-.m :
ia :
i BENCH __. .....I1LSI aol Adding. MacnineRarytra. Antleua Brick' 4.4 P.rtn. with 1.009 Ca.". balanca, li>. K ani. .rt..t..t.. I..... XUw ... Paaiitifut' ; All L.:.|MI xie* CItrus i-a4af.lad.Traaa| .* .. "> Laad. ri-w. ONEVEEK SPECIALtlISP !

TfATB. WO'''. Court. Spring Garden Hill. raau 4u..4 iorn . 155.140. rofB aittian w....
WK RBNT ROLT .r'.I.I--.r; : ria 1 .. v"i
72 Rool ht... WoMt44lWANT r ahift." . *.. sail ,
PtTAI. lIEfl$. B A.B T ChIRPWHEEL J. E. Burke ASH Ma A.OUT ...."'. with 54. ** not M. .1.i .. ,......, f O) M. ramant plorW. .*. Air ParOled.; ran.* .aed $10. ?
.II"nel"It: a montk. In ...... t'. .. Onlv I T rr"id. tAbs TI4IJ4il..
sad COMMODE CHAIRS. BAUMAN'SDeLand """".r .location. Ton will. Iota at tAvnK CITtt ARA 14.., ....ntlfiit. L"'. atrlflre. 5.1571555 .D A. M K...
'1' .... .....,."....,.,.. PIt. 14.21 1i4b4 IIIu.,, trma. Room riirnlah' 111.444. Fvrnlakad tll.T**. Aaaoay. P.S. MIll i.toole ........ 12
ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE ASH shtit INs W4II ?loraird 14.M., Slew' !...<"> Than BH4.III4. TraDorv-Track
Office SuppIr. S .". H.."... PIrosIl down "......."t. ...r.... I lava I.rt at 0175. ....ft. I MM... I "4'". C .. Hams rira.
CO. ill N. ...4. ft.. : sat "'''nth. 160. 10//. CI..r..I. I"b. .4110, and $1.0 an .COP.. See.. dliianel p .... A. Icily .aIlUI..1 lIce. I plod, *. one I4.o H't. a.i A aaautrod 75 for Rant .,. Sole CMCVWALKT"" PICK. t ..* lose
'14..1.. Ill B BTWT U4U.II. 1.0.04 highway 'rona.. .*.. ....*. 11.0 only. t I.... Old a! Only with. hydreutlft. lift. tall. .4I. II4X.
and f._... I'
rroaa ......ft. at .. ..... dIrest
i Mortn"
WE RFNT 54 Flowon-FtoBrft-fortRhror MODERN C... ...."' ., I Rh I 4 5000... R..ll..t Sup ON TMAO f RR .houa. *.. .lake. lit faa txl and .
1- $100 DOWNTWO ralha. Trie. rafiaa It" "M* t* 5540 ,. *c 10401.. a 5.5.. a fII.,... r M. Horn, Ontrel' aunir. ... 1 tn I oath In n'''. __
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Pass 12 BRAND (FLORIDA) SUN NWS THURSDAY FEB. 20 1q64jKegIer's ,
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t t RECORD NOW.156.Hatters Biddy Meet -- tl

Rolling OnThe


Key Club and Enterprise

a, I quintet polled wins last night
and will be back In action again

11 Corner tonight against the top teams In

Tampa 9593TAMPA each Basketball of the League leagues Tournament as the City I -' "- a '- --i'J- J

. continues.In .
j the opener It took the Key '

_ _ _ _ _ Club an overtime session to I
Stetson University's down the Rotary 3834 as Jeff j1 f tF'

By JENNIE BELL split. Others making the 310 Hatters nearly blew big leads In Bryan and David Norton each I
'; The Teenage! ; Classic League! were Joe Pam (twice), Joe hit a field goal and Tom Blocker
had some real outstanding; Lelght and Nell Patti. Peg both the first and second halves! had a pair of charity tosses In '

\ action this week.! Bob Dickson Myers knocked over the 5.7 and here last night before settlingfor the extra period.!

i was welcomed! Into the league I 27 splits. Virginia Lewis con a narrow 93-93 Florida Intercollegiate I The Rotary staged' afine

knowing; he Is going; ; to bowl verted! the 436: with Freda Conference decision fourth period rally to tie the ,414W

'Just as well as all the other Veatch coming In right beside score at 32.32 but managed only :
teenagers. Bill Crippen bowled her. Keith Veatch picked up the over the luckless Tampa Spar. a field goal by Chenney Framein

I a real! nice clean fame. Ed< 579 and Sam Sardlneer also tans. the overtIme

Rymer! rolled! high single anseries. picked up the 5-6. Sue Ralncr Hatter Coach Glenn Wilkes Blocker was high' for the winners .

Bowling 221.181.192 he had three nice games and a said this morning, "I wss well with IS: Glen Smith netted
LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Gene Vest of Gene's Market
made a beautiful S94 series! nice 417 series. Joanne Brown 14 for the losers and six of these accepts
Other five hundred series! were rolled a 143, Mat Moroz rolled a pleased with the overall desire were" inthe fourth quarter Kiwanis League championship trophy from league queen Chrissie Short of the Boy

rolled by: Jim Fuller with 178. 194. Elsie Wells a 193 and exhibited and the excellent attitude Frame followed with 11 and he Club. Jim Grove, left, and David Vest served as captains of this Junior Biddy quintet

181.189 for a nice MS and Don Frieda Veatch rounded off the I of everyone last night a* had five in the fourth period. that captured league honors this season. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore)

Donley with 188183.167 for a evening with a 173. Don't think they all played a fine ball SECOND: GAME : ,.

Bice 538. Some real nice game they did to bad bowling being; game." Enterprise tallied only one

were also rolled by: Bill Rowe that the lanes were as slippery It the 15th point In the first quarter but BENEFIT CHAMP HALTS SPARRING :

165 Jim Swallows.133, Gene ai an Ice skating rink. six was win against closed fast to edge past the Kl t
only setbacks for the Green
Hogle.174 Gary H 0 g I e.163. Monday night Louise Sowers and White and wants 25.24. In a thriller. It was BASKETBALL

""I) George Marshall.178.' Abe Lilly, bowling on the Odd's n Ends their FIC record cagers to 6.2 pushed on the knotted at 1515 going; Into the : 'Old Man's Stale'Says
Jr. 180 169 Bill final six minutes. Gone
and Crippen with League and the Bamboo Team year. BUI Hester of Edgewater SCHEDULEDPIERONTwo
a 175 and Frank Attwood with a bowled. a real nice 206. She hada played what I believe his Alan Braddock led the victors
4 .was -
real' nice 206 for a 493 series. In turkey royal and chicken Ann finest with 14 points and he connecter
ameot the season! and .
on three field goals In the last(. special '
the split department came BU Wilkinson made a chicken twice .
Rowe.! Douglass Wells and Vernon VI Barbe made a thicken and really effort gave"out. with a trenynen.dous period. High scoring honors for benefit basketball gamesare : Cassius Of

>. Wells all making the 3.10. Vivian Pagarto made a chicken mentor answered a pleased when Hatter. .the game: went to Buckshot Niel- scheduled for Tuesday Sonny
ques.tinned son of the losers with 20 and he'I evening In the Taylor High
. Good Bowling gang; keep up the twice. Bernice Schaefer made about the Dlav of various -
:,. good work. the only turkey.. Shirley Wilson Individuals.! TamplI.Ts 2 21.----- scored all nine of his team'spoints School gym.
and In the fourth quarter! butIt The doubleheader is being
Jack Ford was welcomed Into Bunny Pinchera also had GOOD
r j the DeLand! Mixed League. He chickens Some real nice games used full-court .to wasn"t'quite enough. sponsored by the BEEPS MIAMI BEACH (UPI)-Sonny him sharp that way until time
a man -
will be bowling; for Klrkland were rolled last Monday also. man press to open the ball game All players! are reminded to Club backers of high Llston' sudden finish to his for the fight. He'll do Just
c Super Market. Emily Right was Bunny Pinchera rolled a 180 turn In their- uniforms following school activities in theNorthwf'st
J and shot Into a 20 point lead in sparring preparations drew enough roadwork and gym ex
. she rolled her and ISO Lunette McGhee Jen. heir final game; of the City Volusla area, In
'; very happy as the first 10 minutes of play as Tournament.! Also all and an effort to raise money gleeful shouts today of ""stale erclses to hold the edge."
nie Bell and Darlene game
new high game for the year of Slown all
!' I 186. Marlon Main also had two had a 170 single, while Lucille we couldn't and seem to do anything looked practice balls. for awards for the various stale, the old man's gone: However year-old Clay declared

nice games of 159 and 188 for' Young rolled 153:> and 150. Splits Brest wrong," Wilkes everyone said. lie said the Tonight It will be'Gene's Mar- sports at THS, stale" from challenger: Cassius :

her high series of 499. Chickens lade: were the 3.10 by Ethel Spartans used a for three : ket facing the Key Club at 6:30: In the opening contest! at Clay and his handlers. "A lotta worry and a little
press 7:30 It will be the Seville
while' 7:30 the Elks will tackle :
. were made by Howard Owens, I Pepper, 3 7 by Gilds Mucha and of ball It Champion Llston
quarters the came but ... On it will town team squaring off had planned work made that ugly old bear
r --- '--- Saturday
: Bob Flint. Henry Dolby and the 4 10 for Lucille Youne. had little effect until the final Enterprise. _. to box Wednesday and today at
be the Jaycees testing tne notary against,;: the Pier-son town go green-cheese stale. He didn'tbox
, Anne: Parsons. Splits were really ROARING START 10 minutes of play when the BILL HESTER 2:30 the Club club in men's action. least In training for his second
. and at : Boys
converted and those enough to put a midget In
being making
, Monday night's other League Hats had trouble getting the ball will defense! of the heavyweight
Klwanls. The final The nightcap get
Top Performer will the
them Hilma Anderson shape 'just 91 rounds. He was
were: the
Split Happy Ladles got off down court and the Tampa five three will be played Sun. underway a few minutes crown next Tuesday night at '
1 8.7.10. Elsie Wells 57. Bob to a roaring start with Delia" staged a dangerous rally. games All action In the after the Is concluded the Miami Beach ConventionHall so scared of me the greatesthe
afternoon opener
''t Flint 3.10. Madeline Flint day Just turned Into a tired old
56 Grove rolling a 499 series. Other The 20 point lead was trimmed N. DelawareAve. and this will pit against Cassius. the Kentucky
Emily Right 3810 Ginny Cunningham nice series Siicad Picked 'Junior high gym on senior citizen who'll be gnln'around
: were Betty Handy. to 10 at halftime 56 46. as th.Spart.n. the fine Taylor High Girls braggart.:
4-5, Norm Right 2-7. side rolling 432, Norma Lelght a began to catch fire In against a town team composed Instead, 30-YE'ar.old Sonny talkin' next Wednesdayabout

Marion Main 4-5, Chat Main 5.7 485, Mary David a 4V?. Nancy the closing minutes of. the first For Honors of women from the made a retroactive announce what a great chapeen' he
and Thelma Holland the 27. Harris 446 DHS Netters wuz. I said '*
I and Pat Lilly (who half. Plerson! -Seville area. ment Wednesday that he had wuz.
CITY TOURNEY was subbing) rolling a 483. Norma With little more than a minute finished his sparring chores on Angelo Dundee challenger "

Remember girls Saturday ,Is Lelght had the only turkey. gone in the ball game 'junior In TourneyPALM Shaded 4-3 Tuesday. 'Clay's trainer 1 expressed! .

the deadline for getting your For the, splits that were made guard Tom Barnard of Wads- Roberts Rolls That came as a surprise .to amazement He stated: .

. entries Into the city tournament. came Virginia, Rader and Mary worth. 0., suffered a' painful the 600 spectators and about 70 "As long as I've been In box-: '

Don't wait for somebody to ask Davis making the 43. Shu"leyHlxum ankle Injury. He was forced to BEACH GAKDENS. The DeLand! High School tennis sports writers! and Injr. I never heard of any man
photographers -
you to bowl on a team but get; the 27 while Pat Lilly use crutches last night and the (UPI) It's Slammln Sammy team dropped a tough 4.3 At SpeedwayDAYTONA at the Surfslde Community quitting his sparring a week before "

\ some girls together and ask : and Margaret Frick converted extent! of his Injury was not Snead against a field today decision to Winter Haven High Center. an lmpe>riJ r.t fight unlesshe

them to bowl with you and makeup i the 310. Claudia Bailey picked known this morning. as they start a four-round on the Florida Military School RIGHT ON EDGE was Vf'ry''stale or hurt in

t' your own team. Anybody can up the tricky 5.7.9\ Once again In the opening chase for the PGA Senior golf courts Saturday. BEACH (uP) Trainer Reddish some way." -
4 bowl because It Is handlcaped I Birthday withes went out to stages of the second half the championship. Next action: slated for both the Glenn (Fireball) Roberts set! anew explained Although Cassius already! has
: 'Sonny is
E and everyone has an equal advantage. Alice Hurd on the Tuesday Hats popped home the points The sweet swinger who will boys and girls tennis teams Is modified stock car record and right,;: on sparred 143 rounds to Sonnys
.t This Is to be the. city horning Coffee League. Chick. and took a 19 point lead but the be 52 In May makes his debut set for 10 a.m. Saturday at FMS on his home track Wednesday now we want to keep 91. he will not complete his

championship: and If only a few ens were made by Eleanor Lankotd. Tampa five came to life and over the new :PGA National with the Leesburg teams coming during accident marred practice Ir.thpr.toIl8injf until Saturday.

L teams enter or only a few Gene Walker: Arvla Moore I with ''Ult t three minutes remaining Golf Course after having a to town. laps and qualifying runs.Robeits Dundee disclosed.what's') .

.i doubles and singles: ; It ts not a Marlynn Stultz. Betty Churms it was 87.85 and the losers "chance to birdie: every hole"In Coach Carl Brown is at a tremendous pushed his modified BASKETBALLRESULTS

'[ true city championship tournament and Lorene Grlffls. Jo Wapleswas had the ball. A.Spartan shot a six under par 3.1-J3.-64: ( disadvantage with his 1961 Ford to 170.5 miles. an '

Everyone should enter. the star In' the split department rimmed the bucket and the Hats during his final tuneup for this netters as he has no place he hour on the International Speed

t Last year the girls who won the when she picked up the took over. Senior Vernon Waters 50-and.over chase! for the coveted can call" "home" when It comesto way's big asphalt oval shatter- I

doubles championship were new ..3-7 and 510. Alma Kling.n.smith of Jacksonville came through Teacher's Trophy. practice sessions or matches. Inathe old mark of 164.2 set p United Praia Intarnatlenalrnrriham

,bowlers so come on girls this Is converted. the 6.7.10, with with a couple ot''clutch bucketsto The winner of this ttrt' 000 Last year the BuUdoas'came up last year by Bobby Johns of ".. Holy C....... I
'* your tournament. Lets! make It Edna Duval and Joan Robinson give the Hats a little breath. event also earns a trip to Britain with strong teams and they have Miami. ; .."......t..rm post.o.nd new

a a big one. It isn't always the making the 57. Betty Rileytoppled InK room. It was 93.91 with 11 to meet England's Senior plenty of potential for the future Johns Island S.C., driver Jim t.a.1.n.. II M ... .1 II

.. high average: bowler who wins over the 4.3 and Doris seconds to play and the Hits let champion for the "world" .Senior but the chances of developing It my Brown was seriously Injured Ftiiahiira-h$ 7 Juna. temple. 411

in fact more times than you can Hopkins finished. the morning the Spartans drive In for the title. are rather poor without courts when his modified Ford blew on 11I1.".""Fran eta. ..,.la. M('STI Weal.411 l Vlrelnla cc.', I 14 74 fromEVINRUDE

think of, it is the low average with the 27. shot unmolested and the game Slammln' Sam was' almost for practice. the steep fourth turn and flippedwlce. "'_'.Itt. 'II Rut..r... 50

t Jr' bowler who goes way over her i Last Wednesday night the Pin was, over.. everybody's favorite as they An Interesting point in the Brown was hospitalizedwith ,ft"....Jna, .Guard. .(4P.. > 17 in Hartford Lafayette 71.S>

JJ average and wins. Think about RatIos had a new bowler subbing HIT WKM, teed it up with Jimmy Demur- opening: match was that Connie. possible shoulder fractures, n..h...,... .4 Hamlllon *7
, Tim Hats hit 3.1 for 61 from the Fair. No. 1 girls player participated and skull lacerations.. Mtihlanhnr, HO I...hlah 4111
,. It. but not to long. It may be for Edie Uttlng. who Is in the et .as. the only "name". playerto and eye 7'.nii Miiuarjr. 64 Hxvurthmnra il '
to late then. hospital, and will be away from floor while the Spartans fired up scratch in the boys section H.v.rr..r 30 more shots In going 3.' for 91. posted a 26. 63. 61 win over She; also played the No. 1 dou. I.utaown. is <. ?
v On the Bantams, Jimmy us the next couple weeks. Hopehe For Snead's rivals include defending 4 Winter Haven netters. bles with Bruce Krumley and Analvma. S7 N. r"Halrn'g]
At the ch.rlty'lIne the Hats connected the No. .
well and willmiry Amvrlran ..
gets quick Int III Amh r t HI
Manna made the .
only turkey on 29 of 40 and the Spartans champion Herman Bar. the l local pair won by 6 3, 7-3.Hniml.v Tnuncatoirn lilt Dill. Te.. 4*
With Tom Sperling and Randy back to us. MeanwhUe.Trant'r. : ron of White Plains., N.Y.-who king Tony Manero and former n. ,.. RaMs-In' SV.II..-. I0 fl."..,. .S
of 42. .ult..INGLIES
Sheets rolled the high on 27 Jachsanvllle, IIS Malllna Atlrt
Higglnbotham making the only series for the evening with 549 heater hit with 10 of 22 attempts won last yearwith a 16 under PGA winners Jim Turnesa (l lNanrtrlck t" ...,. I'I..n., II-It. 4.1. Itomlnlnn ,4 H. Mamn J
; JJ Chickens Tom SPf'rllnarolJf'd a a and had par 272: and former winners Denny Shute and Vic Ghf'zzl."Don't . (\VH "d. Jan H.r,'. Mnra/an/ Mt. 51 Howard. 75M
and helped Sherwin Williams win from the field a .t.h... .5 New
7.5 5.2 Tampa .1
5nIce 139: game with Randy Hlgglnbotham lour Frances also rolled perfect eight.for.eight night at Paul Runyan Gene Saraien go plnnln that.or. \\ ...Ma (WHd.t.. Paul. '. Mrlnla' ,' Ht I] R..rklr Tl
; coming in second games. Pete Burke and Al Watrous Inthf' ite's tae on me," Snead com.plalnE'd. ("'ninth1. '10'. 1'.I"u.. ai JohnHnnklna. 'K* Starflite
J with a 133. David Young had a the high single, by bowling a 20.1 the foul[ line. lists.The "There's a lot of ran.. (D) .l.f. 0..."... '.11. II.,. 1-1 .VI.'rn Oarnllna 77 Appalarh (4
I and two other of 172 and Waters went six for nine from guys ('rn." (WH Uf. Donald Wlae. HMb.l. $4 Millla-an M
I: nice game of 127 and Joe games the' field and finished with 15 field also Includes such here who can play good golf ..11. ..1. !M .S rtm. \Vanhlncton. .T
174. Jean Gardner also rolled a oousLEaP'aI.Kruml.y 1'1n. A4 T.s-uI.n,
1 ftl
Schmoyer rolled a nice one off of as Dutch Harrison big John and don't you forget it. But. I I % .. 90-S
nice of 193. Harriet Hearts points. Senior Bobby Paschsl I : ID: > Uf. Olacn- Mlarh Tnlnt 4 rf "lff r 4
123. Jimmy Hanna rolled a 113 game for Baroum. Ellsworth Vines Sam. am playln' good and I'd sure K.drl-k, 4.1. T-i. Venn 14 faa. T.,'h M
J.f and 104. while Tern Walker also stepped! In with a nice 183' Enterprise. Ala, went four \\ hl*...M... Onnn (TH) rfof Ixtuiavllla. 04 lilt. t"rsn.. (r..' to .

., rolled 100 and 104. and Linda Ingle and a 511..rle.. Peg Mey. six from the Junior' floor Bill and Clark also had of my Byrd. former U.S. Open like to win it. ) ..rrl'rumh.3.. ..fI. I Cmpoi"';:. :._,..-._.s...,;. s ft! Jt...:....,...h....,.,r'.t.It':u.. Lou"Mont.efficient.:./*..'. np.._ .vwun.outboard. ,_. -Darrt'l.everDUIII. .. .
and Jo Lee hada 15: points. . ..
Arthur, a 101 and ,98. In the era Wiley both n.,5 ::1 'drIs 53 carb and itraiht-in manifold.
182 with Jo Lee having a 478 Sebrtng: bagged five of 10 tries 7an.v1lt.: IS' ? Indt.."a ftt Tnrnnier Puth-button electric
split department Cheryl 114nrvn nakAla 71
aeries and Peg rolling a 473. In from the field and also netted 15 ra.r.,1 t HI fit. Rnnavrntur. It
Lankford converted the 278 ----- ---------
the split department came Jo markers. Senior Jack Sparks of Ohl, L' M Miami Ohlo.> Its

..< and Schmoyer David Young and Charles the 2.7. Lilly Joe Lee again making the 3910. Santo Tex. who turned In a MEET YOUR DODGE DEPENDABLES .Nntr....I..I..t I..m.. IT 5"Wtlmltivtnn""tI.. TJ M i--: NewSportfour

T Betty Malmrose Becky: Rupe good performance connectedwith : : Mount fnlnn T4 A.hl.nd. <4
(twice) picked up the baby 310. and nn=. Mil. ,Inn. .3
and Jean Gardner all made! the'' four of six attempts t' San. Fran. lilt I' of Puclfla. M
Dick Lilly seemed to be the .,:__ 60hp
tallied 11 points.
310. Frances Sheets In
'star again this week on they again: makinathlt 6-7. Frances NF.XT OAMKS: : Brown Doe ColorNEW

Subteens. While making a chicken .also made the only tuikey. Next action for the Hats.will r 1 i
Dick rolled two nice
gamesof The Ladies Ten Pins really be In Miami against Rick Barry YORK (UPI>-FuHhack
162 and 178. Rick Arthur
had those this week and the Hurricanes on Saturday New /
made the only other chicken for pins falling Jimmy Brown of the Cleveland low.pronle,
rlartha'a showed' a little 1m- night. On Tuesday Tampa will Browns who once turned down ( itweiRhl tubing
I the Subteens.' Lots of real nice hers and week from to. a- motor pack a lot ofninch.
play a
provement. At least the team an offer to become a professional .
games were bowled and those against night the Florida State Seminoles I .-' 1J Smoothest,
hey bowling
were .
fighter in favor of
who bawled them were: Bobby will be In town; : quieteat
Sorg.148, Glenn p..trr.on.131. (which was Mauney Engineer' Last the Hats were without -"'<.r ...-:tI ...... -- football will 'do color commentary ..................50mg..e
night "
log) them a little pltty and
gave : during the American .
Debbie M.lmroae.l33. --- ; OIB
Bobby .
let them win a game. Ruth the services of 6 9 sophomore ; Broadcasting Company's radio New .e
Uttlng'122. Sturgle Rlley-123.
renter Bill Ptckens\ of no'hp.'f'r.
made the .
chmoyer only turkry.Chlckf'fts
Mike Crank.138. Susan McCary. I coverage of the Sonny LlstonCassius -
were made! by Ruth ( N.Y. who quit the I Ithe

119.Friend-126.: Steve Sharon Crank-123.Tonthman Mike: i chmoyer.. Ruby blood Marilyn Lewistwice squad showed jesterday.signs of late Plckens of developing had. championship Clay fight! heavyweight In Miami 91php .
Arthur (twice). Genny
and. 132. Rick Arthur-123, Cecilia Fla., Feb. ::s.
where he would
to point
( ), Louise Clarke Pat Safe- a
. .Johnson 131 and Elaine Turns-
wright Von Boulerlce Pat Lilly become a steady performer as dealer MORRISA -
: DON ,
. 120 and 101. Splits were a little last year's plvotman Lamar Returns Contract
(twice. Hilda Butler. Joan Ka- .
- scarce, but Elaine Tuma converted pun. Daisy Almqulst. Ruby Clay Denver but his career as a Hatter business. bunt on reputation reputation built on dependably. Dependable SportwinAn :

the 45. Sharon Toothman Elsie Melnelt and Sharon M.u- Is finished. deai..dependable prices,dependable cars..In. snort a man you can depend upon. MILWAUKEE. (UTI Tony Ideal.oflihorc .
the 46 and Hugh Coslmlnl the .1.'.... PCt FT THarnanl Cloninger" a 21-j'ear-old right trailer, rugged
Joan had. real nice
nry. Kapun ... I hander who work motor,and a fait familye,
( 2-7. .f't1ell. howling 137.171-133. Ka. .=:=:::__::: a f fll.m.r comptlf'll11 package 0(fun A big. bi(v lue.
TEA 11 WEAK ______l" 5IMark record last season.; Wednesday ..
thy Arthur rolled a nice 182 Pat --- ---- -
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The Tea seemed to be a little Lilly rolled a 164. Pat Safe- M I.**, : tt returned his signed contractthe _# r
. weak this week on the Teas wright 153. Betty HoUingsworth T>.*.h.| _-.-?__.____ 4 i I' Milwaukee Braves i-p
("h.lton ,_ I a I _
Her's League. June Lord rolled U6. Doria Hock a 15.1 and nurhanan--.--..-::-..-..-.--..-. I SIIrvaS I x- New O Hp

high single of 172 and Doris Canny Lewis a 18.1. In the split ___u______.____ a a C I
hock rolled high series of 4-19. department came" Becky Hlggtnbotham parka TOTALS.----__.=:::::-"4 ,: : BotriVigUcsnlls vi TacHtwinNew

Virginia Lewis and Doris Hock with the 5.ft.10. Beverly Tampa __ FaMaMon PT 1'r'Iiso .A- New right

each converted: the 3-10. while auffman and Peggy Rremner "".II T i i Ii 55414'. drise
:--- --:: :--
Elsie Melnelt converted the Pn.',., and big 3-blade
rolled the ball down to pick -------- --
",,".-... ..______. _. a 5 Cl)1.CNG -
.,.tough 8710. To finish the day up. the 310. AiM) ). Doris Horkconverted __ ._.___... 4 I IIAn4.r. "MSN'S CLASSIC_ prop nW II
Velma Seymour picked up the the 3.10. To conclude _..__n_____,_____ I I 7 T A t. Dairy C a4 In.uratM fnor. thruM tat verytlun* from
It V4va M.uo* d..It* ;
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S-6 split.The I the evening's split making. Alerts .,.----::':::::::---:::: : S k Cat.. _S._rtenaa!... 1;M. M.._...".i 0.* .lum.. I)".. 20". sad JO- lower_.u.

Jack Jill League! really Miller pushed oxer the 2.Tpllt. . -T"LAM.;: ,,..-U, If SI the car CUSTOM 880 HARDTOP "' a. MamaMal 0.......a S.MtMmax. ttMSA ...........................

had some bowling going on this I Tans.": _________" 4sI Dodge MO !Is tn. biggest. bargain ... wheels. Luxury surrounds yeu to th* cuse.INftce..t : -. .>...... "..... .ttt...........Sal.ka. ...'... till IS feature Sew models ..,..... ___
Well that's all the news for 51.$5 1555S ... .. ..e. fuel cJa8tI
! ueek. Bud Hennessey subbing SCO.-*n. feeautiftjl' Interiors engineering to deaght tn* bIg* ear C .C am . 5405| .
styling ewe britw9. t: _
' en Calkins Electric made a his week. See you all next week fcftt1' Ulra a. 2MS.SMtT r, L.Mrssds
rnsn.abe know Me automobttes.. Hera's tremendeus 9OSf that ya'j can handle WIth a M to I gac-aa ails far -.4. Awl
royal twice. rolled a 223alnaIe and . HAPPY BOWLING! All CONDITIONED ; SKINTS"'
turkey a feather touch." ....ef e'l la the.surprising price ts. attached to this..... power* '?..... N. .. 1 a S.* T..... N.. S ItT -/9 14 mmfela mt* backed. bevi.nid."s
and a beautiful series of .. .. . .. ... E btvral 2.,..'__ .
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&79. Sam :Sardlneer: was trying rcaiiiew Chairman I OTIS THOMAS ._. Si Mna C.. S. ...... _
but to luxury and suN. |hre your pock a btoak.. C. C M v_.. C*. t. I
very hard for a triplicate, _"... 5.,...... ......* 101.
) Len ,
he Just couldn't make his 161 GENEVA. N.Y. UTPI 5'0.... _I V55 A....... .S.4..
come out to be a 151151-151:\ : aaanova.. head football coach Package Store 54,-. 4.f- !
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Klsle: Melnelt subbing with .t tt.1111'' of Oefon and t1.' ...... tr*.. 555.CC. .
.Jacobs Sheet Metal beat him to president of th* American. Foot 223 W. Voorhl. A"",.. ._.. ....... ..*-. .!..... Sill;
and the . .. ..
It though by bowling herself a ball Coaches Association.Vednesday Como In see Dependables Team N I. -*-e 'Ifcre. SSO4UKLLK !I

triplicate 151. Elsie Wells rolled named Alva E. Kel- Phon. 7343513We : PIN ; MARINA
........ WIP5.05 II.ft. ,
a clean game for the evening.; ly as chairman of the public reations DeLand Inc. .__........ ew4 eO Ca<*4t
Dodge .... ... On $t Jebrn River
j Janet Calkins bowled! a fat tur and press committee of GIve) "t'4 0..e' _... E 5._ .w...c: 5. c.>*...<.. 0.*. .,
key. While bowline for that tur the coaches' group. Kelly 1 II Tsp V.... Strap p., fcV ii.... ....-.. 754t wIHS1 -.-. Phon. 734.2007ww

key. Janet and her husband lead football coach: cf Hobart 1205 North Boulevard" D LancL Florid i 1 ta-0.4.. .a,.5450 .54W ..e.... sIS 1
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