Nothing Like A Cool Dip PROPER STROKIPW-(Left) John Ramey demonstrates to an Intermediate iwlmmlng class li the Leland pool the proper method of linking. In the foreground Randetl Furr and Chirle) Hotlman check each other to see that they an doing the stroke correctly. STUDENTS CHECK REQUIREMENTS - (left) Donava ' Marina oi Ellisville, manager ef Lillo'i Pool for (he City oi Lelirtd Alt mm- raer, checks off reoolremfiits pissed by three swimmers u (a Inttmedjatt dUi tt (he pool. The swimmers, left to right, are John Giles, John Jeffreys and Richard Giles, MOBILE HOME RODUCTION DOODLED N THREE YEARS Mobile home living If growing fast that now one home out t every I told has wheel). Mobile home buyers w a t c h lassifiud lor what they want To your*, use a fast acting Delta Democrat-Times Classified Easy to do, Â«nd Inexpensive oo. Just dial 14121 today tor * elpful Ad Writer. Deltans In Service Serving with lhÂ« Second Ma rins Divlilon Marine Acting SSgt Noel L. Matorte, eon o Mr. and Mrs. Noel L, Malone of Route 3, Koinjisko, Mils., and husband ot the former Miss Miltle L. PÂ«l mer ot M6 Grovt St., Greenville Mils. JUST FLOATING - (Right) An intermediate swimmers class at tho city operated IJllo's Pool in Leland float for a minute -- a good way to spend a hot summer mom- ing. From top to bottom are Larry Fratesi, Susan Sheridan, Marie Boulan, Anna Looney, Ginger Giles, Kate Spencer, Susan Thomas and Robert Case. (Staff photos by Harry Marsh.) Eudora Board Meet* EUDORA -- The Eudora School Board met last week to discuss preliminary plans for tha proposed new gymnasium and the enlargement of the gymnasium at East High School, with architect A. N. Me An inch of the firm McAninch and Mahnker of Little Rock. Board members attending were president. P. C. Reasons, Alvin Meyer, M. R. Gibbs and Mrs. B. Z. Binns. School niperintend- ent Hugh L. Smith was also present. 5 M0N E y/ ( Â·--Â· -Â· i f ^vv Â·^ .CI^SH WALKER . --fjNANCE CO: " -' fnoÂ»f. E.P4-4S49 =. See Grady Griffin FOR LOANS 15Â°Â°* UP (' If Candidates Die |; Committee Will Vote LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Both major parties have set up the same procedure for iclectlng Â» presidential candidate should thdr nominee die before tha election Tho new standard-bearer would be chosen by a majority vtAt ot the party'i national committee. | Tha national committee! are made up of two members from leach of tha 50 states, tho District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Vir 'gin Islands and the Canal Zone MATCHIO DIAMOND KINGS BURK-HALL 'Exterior KÂ«ady Mixed HOUSE PAINT $C95 SWIMMING CLASS (Above) Instructor Ed Pelro stands on the diving board telling tyro swimmers what to do in his intermediate class, The City Park Commission jn Lclanrt this year began a program of swimming Instruction when they 'eased Llllo'i Pool Junior life saving classes begin Monday morning. Senior life saving is planned for the evenlngi. 0. W, Galloway Named President Of Eudora Legion EUDQRA -^ p. W. Callcway has bceq installed, as (he new commander, of Burnet-McCatram Post tfa. 127 of the American Legion, at a meeting last week at the American Legion flut in Eudora. The meeting was preceded by a fish fry for the Legionnaire] Other officers installed by District Commander Thomas L. Cashion also of Eudora \*ere Everejl Ferguson, first vice cornrnan- der; T. E. Lewis, second vic commander; Joe Lilly, Chaplain Tom Cashior, historian; Roy Bee! sergeant at prms; C. J. Griffith r., serving officer; W. P. Stub- ilcficld, adjutant. Guests of the Post for tho meoU ng am) the fish fry wero 16W lays Stqte delegates, Jerry Dix on, Taints Anderson, Arthur Patrick and boys stale counselor, )oug Bass. Harvey Word and Bill Durham, also 1960 delegates were not present for the meeting. Sunday-July 17, 'CO 7 reading (he Times Classified section everyday to oseo what equipment tl offered. Haye, your "SpprtinR Equipment 1 ' offer thero for them to see. Dial ED 5-1155 now. 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