Blood Drive Success; 34 Pints Contributed DELAND Forty prospective prospective donors, believed to be the largest turnout of the year, gave 34 pints of blood Tuesday at the regular drawing of West Volusia County Chapter, American American Red Cross, at Fish Memorial Hospital. "Mrs. Alva Williams and her committee from the Business and Professional Woman's Club demonstrated what can be done," said Mrs. H. K. Martin, Martin, the chapter's blood chairman. chairman. "TO THIS FINE group go the thanks of the chapter and the thanks of those using the blood without cost under the Red Cross program of providing providing blood for our own people in DeLand." Two persons with a rare type of blood did not give but were Beauty Contest Judges Named NEW SMYRNA BEACH Eloise Cozens has been named as one of the judges in the annual Miss Labor Day beauty contest Friday at 9 a.m. at placed on a "on call" basis to give when needed. TWO NEWCOMERS to De-Land, De-Land, De-Land, MSgt. Morton Marsh and Sgt. Billy Douglas, were among the donors. They are part of the regular army cadre at Stetson's ROTC. Betty Sieg and Ralph Michael, members of the Two-Gallon Two-Gallon Two-Gallon Club, were among the donors. JOHN T. CANNON, Mary Robinson, Thelma Ober, Linton Day, William Dooley, Al M. Monroe and James Sartain were donors who are members of the Gallon Club. Others offering blood were: ELMER PRICHARD, Olon Clifton, John S. Imgrund, Matthew Kramer, Alex Thornton, Thornton, Bertha Brown, Christoph Ward, Tex Onstead, Donald Leinfelder, Ernest C. Boling, Earl Montgomery, Magee Lloyd, Thomas Nix, Quinn H. Blitch, Charles Free, A. P. Brillante, Duane Gassman, Vincent Gould, Norman Right, Tommy Downing, John White-ley, White-ley, White-ley, James Poole, Dick Wester-velt, Wester-velt, Wester-velt, Ray Michell, Otto Moyer, Harry Coleman, Dale Furse, Edward W. Clark and John Wilber.