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Five Boston Fide: Fighters Iilled





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1 Wall Collapses As i Ier ;Battle Blaze

Official TellsProgram "" Civic Roundtable Talks'

BOSTON (AP) Five fire fighterswere '-iphy/4: Lt, John Gwwell, 40; Lt. JohnMpCorkle

killed early today when they 53, and Pvt. James B Shee-

were buried under tons of brick and d $.:

For mortar from a wall that collapsed asthey cvillaij{wdozen: ; were other taken fire lighters to Boston and City one Political 'Cold Plate'

fought a blaze in a vacant build Hospital, some !In serious condition.

in;. Altos; Fire Chief William Terrenrf
The fire in what once was a, }four- lofj&ftfm the elder Clougherty was

tory toy factory claimed the greatest actmg, ppeared at the fire despite his Main Dish At
Water number of Boston fire fighters smco, (illnetaCHe said the behavior of the wall Rally
Survey 1942 when, tix were killed. ", r ;whie1ollapsed was contrary to what
Among today's dead was Pvt. John ribrmajlv would be expected. -

Clougherty 31, son of acting Fire Chief -,,*A second wall collapsed 10 minutes
John ,Clougherty who was }charge of after 4th fire fighters were killed, By HELEN COME declared, "Tho publiC knows to put the hospital on a paying
A federal water expert today Bermes noted that the survey 200 fire fichters; at the scene raining bricks on the men digging fortheir Run News Staff Writer what Line Jacoba stands for andhe'll bUll .
told the Voluble County com: authorized by the commission When Chief Clougherty learned his alien colleagues. Volusia County old timers put his money and time Dr. H. W. WUber. DeLtad,
missloners that all the individual \ will provide information so son Was among the victims he said: 'The second wall partly burled wouldn't recognize the brand 01 when his big mouth II," He said cited bla professional baelo
a politics dished out at l last night lie would u*. buslneas methods ground as a retired
scientific information attainable the commissioners can make Intelligent "My boy. my boy. 0 my God"The firetflick and an ambulance It causedUgaSffo physirlaa
political rally with Issues and and aa a former
will be fed Into modern computers decisions on water others were Pvt Frank Mur- administrator
to evaluate the water resources -- inj1nles. not personalities the subject of of a hospital in Lebanon
of the county. problems.FIELD WORK the candidates' talks. when Its head was hcapacuaatg4

The work elf men and machines Bermese said field work' started : Sponsored by the Chic Rount during World War U. ,

will be utilized for the Aug. 17 and .j table, the rally drew annul 50II'Ol'le Candidates Elmer Dana,
recording stations
I I to city hall auditorium George Mlrhselo
survey of the water resources are being set up. He also \ and Walter
There! were fireworks and Nordmann did not
no
of the county. Geologist B. J. : said that a drilling contract will attend.
Bermese representing the US. be let shortly for 25 wells I ,K tt I the menu was Juke warm but Chert Gardner, Harbor Oaks
the audience attentive, GOP candidate
Department of Interior Geological was for Supervisor!
Suney. reported to the Bermese said the study which Grover AihcraR. president, .f Regiitradon. said tier program .
board today.County. Is being done by the federal I cc rt I took ad\antag of his posltloiIn waa' to "organize depu-
geologists, will be countywide I speak out for the need of till and aupervls*." the said
will note the fresh. water r.. I she '
roads In Northwest Voliula. i P rls 1 would reactlvat. the *le>
sources, tb.nc depth I of salt water I "Our roarta havent change 1 1 tlon law now Ignored and spear
Adds Infiltration Into the county anda I line Pore DeLeon carved his head election board changes
tracer study of water'a quality way through the Jungle the away from patronage,"
from its source to point of Incumbent Supervisor cf
atfpM rierson major said Reg.
use.W ) Candidates for the special pri!. stratlon( Katherine Odham pointed
20 l Machines\ D. LeVeUle, county engineer ... mazy Tuesday for the Demorratio out "that although I'm a
said that maps will be provided OJ ,. J nomination for the vacant LBfeaCunodyFlglttwTt1TE Democrat my office I II and has
to show the best sources "I It West Voluula Hospital Authority been run non-partisan. There
of water for drilling wells in E Et mmlntion, vacancy were the PLAINS' NY. (AP)- are no exception to the law ta
\ the future, t tint to speak with only two Mrs. Nelion/ A. Rockefeller my etflc." She said she would
For Election In January commissioners authorized ,. t minutes allocated! to them lost hr fight today for custody continue to follow the latter and
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a three-year study of ,". '. i l1 E A Davis DeBary. said, of the four children she gave up Intent of the election! laws.
the water recharge area east ( t I."I" I All I ran promise you Is that (10 marry the governor of New I COUNTY RACK
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of DeLand. TIle county will pay .., : 111 Ih)ilvo to do ray beet" I York. I GOP candidate Donald Myers.
Voluili County Commissioner an estimated $25,000 a year ; j; )I(r I Kathleen Could DI Land. I State Supreme Court Justice Holly Hill seeking tile District
today authorized the purchase of with the elate and federal government ,,, .. pointed to her aisndatloa with ,Joseph r GsgUsrdl.! who heard 3 County Commission pat
\ 20 more voting machines to matching the count'a! the hospital as a volunteer work the cast behind closed doors pledged his support for a Volv
handle the expected 70,000 voters contribution. Total cost wu estimated tr sine opened and promised last refused ale County Agricultural Center.
month t to return
eligible to participate la the No- at 1150,000, ?: 'CROWN.t T ft -"I1t ewe .four.jirls: wftt *tseeking the title of "Mtea TIame lit "conttnll to ,work fir the1M'f'.II4 cuitoriy ot th* chtldrea to Mrs. "A IU milllra a year Industry
v to u. ftnfiirm "
riAAt .. P.-.I'oJ ,
.veneer- gyixral section, w. -BermeM e'xptainetf It e't'ent'C.nusuet "r [ Kii'.tir (U1U- Mllare.tShltt 'I.:* RorIl'teJJet\- '" ".. ta worth doing,, eemrtlrlag,
Supervisorof; Registration ( .* rats Teen nan and fam'Parker;:' Other picture on r/(* 2. (Sun tin Photo by Gilmore) L.,,U (JJncj J < Katherine Odham predicted that, ;! would lie, a tuU-tlme commls,
when the book. does Saturdayat Dllflllr-A/d Ru.lI stoner' hold regular conferenceswith
5 pm., total registration in Y BERATES JOHNSON HildaGains inj !NAMES INQWRY'tlQARn. I DELHI India 'APKTh the public aad snake .per
the county will near the 70,000 kxUfl report on the progress
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figure.She. Indian army rushed foot) being mad,
said a minimum of :30 machines by helicopter and rescuer byroad (CBBOnmd a r... tw l
( were needed to handle the Goldwater Sees CollapseOf Atlantic GulfShippingHalted and boat today to the aid
election. Commissioners authorized of. an estimated 3O. OO persona I
Mil. Odham and deputy marooned for two days by adam Paris Found
clerk J. V Doyle to arrange for Y burst that nest a W.fool of
delivery of the additional ma. wall of water crashing down oath
U.S. Position In Asia
chines. I By Dock Strike sleeping. town of MacherU,
Mrs. Odtjam pointed out that Fury la southeast India.
th*'county could obtain the machines KstlmaiM' ot the dead. flurti Of Thresher]
ate widely hi tile confusion and
at $1,732 each by buying
2IJ.<| This will Increase the number WITH Goldwater In Indiana gressman.at.large, "ar 'running NEW YORK (AP-Uty) \ thousand unload their luggsg I communication breakdown following .
of voting machines to 220. AP) Sen. Barry Goldwater I strong* NEW ORLEANS La. (AP) longshoremen struck ports TOO LATE Ih* disaster, believed the WASHINGTON
IE\EN NEEDED launched a drive for Indiana's H* added: "If they Ire running Hilda "became a sever hurt- from Main to Texas today tying President Johnson named the worst of Its kind In India Navy said fAP) Tat!
Mrs. Odham said that for thetv'est 13 electoral votes today with the I strong I am running cane packing winds of 125 up the nation's Atlantic and th"H'mln hoard of Inquiry late Irrigation Ministry soiree tar search today that underwa.
Volusia Hospital Authority assertion that the US. position strong,* miles an hour as .he plowed Gulf of Mexico shipping In what Wednesday hut too late to head said that according to unofficial located operations thla ..un.mlPl' .*
primaries scheduled Oct. 6 and I la Asia "has virtually\ col- H* said former Vice President through the Gulf of Mexico today I. their leader described as a 100 off the midnight strike. The estimate reaching them, more tile sunken tile tall section of
13 seven more machines wouldbe I Ispned" because of a "slcepr! Richard M, Nf-on 'and former per cent effective walkout, board acted quickly today to report than 1,000 persona perished and tile sub's submarine Thresher
needed to handle the Increased walker, peace"> maintained by President He( trt Hoover had All along low.lying coastal I As a presidential board pre to the President bfoi when the wail of water surged 893. sail bearing hfaumhsr
registration. President Johnson. advised him U lire at Johnson areas, residents went Inland to pared to open a fact finding Inquiry nightfall, through the town of 33.000: InAndhra nil
County Attorney Charles Goldwater GOP presidential I the "soft on communinm"charge the safety of higher ground. preparatory to obtaining a A return to work under a federal Pradesh' lute after a evidence waa the of most eonrlutlv
he !had mad Taft Hartley Art "rooll", off1 court Injunction was *x> ,swollen reservoir bunt yet the location of
luther advised that the county nominee, swung Into action for I against the The Weather Bureau, In Its 10 rain the remain of till
should not obligate next years' a seven.speech day ft: whistle- I President ta Ohio and wu a.m., EST. advisory, upgraded order, Thomas W Cleaion president ported by Monday or earlier, arty Tuesday.U.'ptrfure. which went down.with submartn 129
ol the striking! \ AFLC1O International MTDUTED: Urns mug
Mrs. Odham said there prepared to repeat la Indiana -
budget. stopping with a morning appearance Hilda to "sever status hoard In April 1363. during
were several methods by which at Jeffersonvine. Police estimated I today There was' stilt no indication said Longihoretnen'a: Association lots Shipping of more circles than 120 animated million la a ; Postponed de.p dlvl tests off the New E g-
the machines could be paid for the crowd at 700 ,
when Hilda would and coast
or where/ push
"Not Is lie nation's
even a raft floating economy for each
and she would leave financing to 1AICO:(. Incite VUt RainAPISaigon's
In a speech! preparedfor Indianapolis her howling winds Inland but down the river," Uy ih* dcx-lis Ire Idle. Th Thresher was lost hi
Doyle. at noon Goldwatersaid No 'Blasts' Louisiana or possibly Tonal appeared However two transatlantic threatened Ions of )Joh ( complicated poi I ahnut 1400, feet el water, some 1
Christopher Baldwin chairmancf without explanation that the prim targets (Inert docked in New York early through automation of cargo lltlcal power contest evidently EO miles east of Boston.
the Tomoka Park Advisory\ Th Weather Bureau continued this immlng-OM Rvlvsnia and handling was a major factor lath persisted today The scheduled: A year ago, after months ol
Council silted the commission (Se. MUMMM Story. Fag Z) departure of several general.* Inspection and
to say that Hilda would veer toe Leonardo d.'llIcI. Whit. "no contrsct no work"wahknut photographing of
to allocate about 145.000 la I'OnJwr present northwesterly calm 'workers helped the 1JQO by tINt AIL-CIO Inter* from the country was postponedwith the ocean bottom by th* bathy
matching funds during the next the Chinese Communists are On BirthdayTOKYO court toward the north passengers on the two vessels astlonal Longihoremen's Asnrt. no explanation.Heading scspn Trieste, tile Navy produced .
biennium for construction of "preparing to set off a nuclear silos which began a minute after th* list wsa U. C,". a twisted pipe, which tt
tralldlngs In the park. H* said the bomb that might wen be beard At 10( ..m.. Hilda's eya1bedeadly midnight: Tran Thlen Khlem South VM avid cam front the Thresher
total proposed budget was ap around! till world. la till fare calm center of low "press torn lorgihorerrum lumped Nams highest ranking active plus reports of slxabl hunks ol
proximately $89.000. Bieman of such a prospect Goldwattr (AP Communist sure from which furious winds Pact Averts th* gun la New Yak and begsa military officer. Kolam got orders metal ",ecule. The bun of the
China celebrated 3'A miles I
Alexander committee member said Johnson Is giving ounce attention its Utk birthday I ar. spawned was quitting work ad tM luxury liner I Wednesday' M (leave M A tub wsa never pinpointed beyond .
reported that U30Q8 people today with the defiant cry smith nf New Orleans, fit about goodwill mUslon N : ,
to politic than to foreign piers a* early as J p m. WedneUy. *- ; Europ until today.
visited Tomoka Park last year and domestic crises. tail "revolution I Is the Income I 300 miles from the nesrot landmats. ( Ortral employ were put
with 50.000 of them camping; five of history." It apparently uids_ b auat/
.... ,.... In Jetfarsonvin Goldwater I GE Walkout to work handling passengers'tufgsg
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ece.eas.e as did ant chow to mark UM occasion Tb Weather.. Bureau saul portions and three big
ships -
called for the election' \ of a R-
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by touching off as atom of low lying coastal reads .
he A4 Chilean Congress bomb. la Louisiana would probably lit I American Independent and the
would be responsive to th* ..
CofC Board Peking's Mayor Pang Chen i flooded tonight. German Bremen salted
es of the people rather than. CHENrCTADy, N.Y API) during
Congress similar to the .1I.j sounded the revolutionary kay If Hilda doesn't veer to the -The General Electra: O. anda I the sight.
one which h* said take rote reiterating tile tough polIcy garth- predicted .. her present local of lINt International
which Moscow deplores, before court would\ take her tu the L'aloa of Electrical Workers
Vote Tb* Arlxon senator spoke lit thousands of Chinese and densely populated Texas ".*,.' resetted" sgreemeat early today Three Nabbed WE FINANCE
Begins Ohio cities Wednesday
eight foreifn dignitaries matted la would *
sm
j A tun to the aorth .la a dLput. over a py plan to
and tile large applauding UM ,Square of Celestial Peace lath the tmrrksm toward tU nunyLotdilana avert a pnaalbl utl Jlwtde
rrmrrfi left him pleased with his Chine csplttl.! Over Blasts
-- talT'la coast.Tb \g strike igstnst GE by the union.Negotiator .
Voting on nine new directorsfor prospects for that TUX TIME I threm of Hilda reused the ) worked out tINt InI a
tile DeLand Chamber' ef politically vttalilall. Though there !had .been lively Atomic Energy Commiwilwi tpnstpnn. final details of a new pact Suit WASHINGTON! '( (At', Three _
Commerce began today with die Goldwster said la aa Interview speculation that the... Chines I for the fifth ttm Hirfcdule4 an. hour after th* midnight dd- whl' men were ane ed In MlslMippi ..
mailing of ballots to aD Chamber last Rep. Robert A. Taft might Cap the .,'_ fettivtttes undergroiMd audMPdetonatlmi j Use set by tile company. rK I I IN ronneetlAn with r*>
members. Jr. candidate for th* Senate with an announcement that U the Tatum saK lad 'threatened t" cancel a *!0nUU cent bnmMng ef N'I1OIIJmn\
There, are U names on th* list( from Ohio slid JI*p. Oliver I they had fired their first suds dome Mar Hanfesbwre, Mu.i, of candidates with members fiolUM. candidate for Ohio CM- ar device, neither Peng nor The New Odessa Cast Cuard hare if the ito' did lilt accepta and Mtairisirfppl. Cov AND USED
asked to vote for nine and to President Uu Shacxhl even said st .bad radio rep-ru trim new pay schedule for PMC- Paul Johnson said today
return their ballots to tile chamber benefit Musical mentioned the word nuclear la th. nvrtorshlp Cornelia B lIt work employes.rMoxi. Tttt arrests wets mad by I
office. Deadlla tar voting anniversary addresses that tt was being buffeted fty oiuceTk FBI agents, member of th*
Sa Od. 10. TIM subject also was avoided winds and high! wavw Bath ifll sate had charged that Itate Highway Patrol aad fit I Ii
TBOS elected will Uk attc Is Well-Received b lengthy aaatvmary d.iorUlsbt HJda'a *y*. ;. CC plan to switch almost ...*. County harUf >It. R. Warren.Th .
for a two-year terra beginning tile official Peking PsopMaD2y Th. skip said a truck M Ka third of tile pUat'a 1000: .,.- Um* wen charged under
Jaa. 1. Utt Th* caber electsnine : aad the arttcal Mnl but Mississippi law with Illegal M.
two A large and' ntkusiastleawteac. QM party deck wu washed etwb toya. from t *tr pate work
director aatwaQy Jar 1 11&,. of *xpt>>Mv**. a atone Out ,.,-
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last sight sttndH tt* peaewe It reprud d.UInI17. rasa to lesser strtigM: hearty
then art
year terms so that Garden Qaboasarad, musical comspwdnta la rise" a pnaaibl d**'"l pnaWy- 1 MII
WriaMd CCfLT:
wages coatrans. -
dir ton '
koldover They were MentiflH by FBI
aIM
always Peking reported Owl lajnrmadCkleM
-W fang Them AO. at WZleiena .
Slated
Work
WtJI. Party Director J. Edgar Hoover and
when a new yr
soorcea aaJd! U.s. Serve.tary
on the ale! hence.Harry I LJsbu Ba ctI... The company cmfendad that Joknson as Yhuetnd.rlck
Names E. Apgar. C1IfottI A.hour. Th* show, lestnrotg several of State Deea ftasr statemost Ifm. Kay Hlfts. pr' ..ldeti< III the plMt-work rates wr pI'WoInI Zeect 21 and Jbnmy Ptlnsta
.. WlHIam S. Coffln. Fred wldet/ bees Mal| 1Wa IIt1. that Red China may esplooVe the J9kne irHig ThMier, has sJaouacH N out W compefltlon wllaorelga Wl**. M. both *f MrTMnb;
It Deirlrt. Jaase a Dregstf win b* 'predated atala toadeM a setter devise Bonn wasfahrlcntlosu' that a wwkp.Ay all maaafsctareni and other, and Paul Dewey WUnon 25. wtwwvd
Frank. Ford Jams R. rort at I O'clock Ia Ute Stetson Roam a- *. staged at I p.m. Randal at loffMvstj. flinis. from McComto U Jaycee
A. H G ede. Homer J. Cfltt of th* Vales Bttffldtag TVket *T*....* tfc. Chlneasaoorres tfe* tkMtar at} UM snuakipaJ a> Under the new pact alt em4n MJM. Wedaawtay '
Carr fl Hora Hewy.KtDy will b* available at tIM doer AH said. *not even chairmen KMT port, 1 9. wMild he M a stralgnl-' OfftrW sold UM break .In **
h. !dt JarrardST. proceeds aIR b* placed ta O* .tmg or FrevMent Lta Shinrod Mr: Kfci lute all sMr"eswebera heady pay system. the Htnrnertrat tevestlgaikm cam, Wednesday,
.. Frand P, Monaco. Daa Garden Or* r bofldlag fund for I. bowl ,when Commmistdnna to ahead tM "'* worker would' r*> when] fJerl gad stat agent
Morris, sfldiael 0PrehC SaIl eoastraeaoa'ef! "a* caper sow wQ .:ptod a endear da- peebLh,Wp rwepn,die theater tmIpnfI..., ", ....m.aI saw Wilson moving fu sad
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Pete DEUOO (FIOK0A) lull NEWS THURSDAYOCT.IJ,"

In, Baltimore p'p''n:


LBJ Campaign Committee



LBJ Asks ]

'Bridges' Organized In W. Volusia





To Defend Freedom The West Volusla section of.. studies at Stetson; C. Carter

the Volusia County DemocraticLBJ Colwen, associate professor of c

Campaign! Committee held English. at Stetson, and Charles

BALTIMORE: Md. (AP- The President spoke in Key. strength of our communities to I its organizational meeting last Andrews, assistant professor of

President Johnson told a unlver- ser Quadrangle at the Johns defend freedom, not only In Europe night In Stetson University'sStudent economics at Stetson. Dan Kll-

lily audience today the time Hopkins University but where ever it might be Union building bride, president of the Stetson
demand higher political standards After a bow to the North At. attacked." Leon Van Wert of Daytona Young Democrats, offered the

In America and the building lantic alliance linking the The President made no mention Beach, authorized a* county services of the Young Democrats

ot bridges of aid and Ideas United States and Western Eu of military strength in this chairman by the Florida Demo far campaign activities.County .

to Iron Curtain countries look- rope, Johnson said: connection. He went on to urge cratic LBJ Campaign Commit.
Ing toward freedom. "We must mobilize the vast that the world' great arsenal of tee, outlined general plan for
Industry and ideas strive to the county and gave official Adds

bring Eastern: European countries sanction for the West Voluiia ,

Rally Tabbed closer to the Western nations group to participate in campaign

activities
20 Machines
News Briefs BRIDGES TO PEOPLE'!: William Sherman, DeLand attorney

'Cold Plate' "This ws can do," he said, was temporary chair
: "by building bridge to these man for the preliminary\ organization
people bridges of trade, of CONTEST HOPEFULS -These are four more hopeful entries In the 1964 steps. In his opening remarks
From 1
ideas, of visitors and of humanitarian "Miss Flame" contest being sponsored by the DeLand Firemen's Association and Sherman urged the cam.palin From Page

From I old" Auxiliary The contest will be held at 8 pm- Saturday in the DeLand Junior High workers to "work diligent

Page Adopting the words of the late School auditorium with some 15 girls entered. The winner will reign over the ly for a Johnson victory In West Visitors SO cents

Area Towns George C. Marshall, founder of Firemen's Ball on Oct. 10 at the National Guard Armory. Tickets are available Volusla." He declared "LyndonB. overnight admission.\ pay '

Robert Strickland, Democrat, the Marshall Flan to aid Europe from any fireman for the dance and those interested in attending the contest may Johnson has demonstrated MUSEUM HOUSE I II

Ormond Beach, seeking me Dls Johnson said that, "per purchase tickets at the door at 50 cents for adults. Left to right are Freda Singleton outstanding leadership qualities. Mrs. Eileen Butts, another
LAKE HELEN' manent peace requires Euro- He Is the man who will do the
trio 3 Commission port advocated pesn civilization to within Marie Gathings, Pat Rae and Petra Northcott. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) member, told commissioner ot
Lake Helen Boy Scout :Troop develop most for this area as Presi
a "central : the need for a museum to house
purchasing
its historic boundaries
-603 will hold a' bake sale Sat.duday..nnereing
tern U a means to save untold across from "This," he laid "is the real dent"COCHAIRMAN the Marsh collection of statues.
taxpayers dollars, and a budget Set She said that the collection\ of art
road to freedom for those behindthe Attorneys .
the post office at S am VOTER J. D. McLeod, DeLand dentist
advisory board. He said he U Iron Curtain." Market object would be available when
Your contributions and patronage was selected as campaign!
not for the com: management built The .
The President's a museum was committee
speech
WIll be appreciated. ws Petition Meet co-chairman for West Volusla
form of government although a TURNOUTFORECAST fear that if building la
part of a lecture series, one of County. Morton McDonald, Jr.,
city manager has worked well a string of special event for DeLand businessman, was appointed delayed they would lose them
for Ormond Beach. Water Survey which the university\ had earlier Summary Attorneys on both sides of the treasurer and John Mat she explained.

MARK CAM Invited u speakers prominent relocation blue will meet at I:30 tingly, DeLand attorney was Doyle said the county had been
Hubert Jacobe, Dlitrlct 1 politicians Including Johnson's a.m. tomorrow in an effort to willing to match. funds with the
County Commission GOP candidate Program Told vice presidential running mate, A* reported by AP and the reconcile differences over the WASHINGTON (AP) put in charge. of meetings and state, but the state had not "put

said he would mark all Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, and local Reynold and Ceo e4floe.. county seat relocation petition About 72 million Americans arrangements.Dr.. McLeod appointed two up" much money. He said the ,

county can to cut their private Republicans Richard M. Nixon Steels Improved In a thoroughly count. will cast vote Nov. committees. Don Bradshaw De- county would continue to match

UIe, keep a log on use of all and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefellerof mixed stock market early this Relocators claim they have 3 if the same percentageof Land insurance will,lead whatever tate funds were avail
county vehicles, make a study Front Pa c 1 New York. Republican presl- afternoon. Trading was moder found sufficient signatures for an those of voting age the committee agent which able.

to see It the county: I It overloadedwith dentlal candidate Barry Gold. at. election to be called on where to i take part u did in the includes precinct Ed Smother- Commissioner awarded Day.

equipment and would bold water has tentatively accepted Gain and losses of most key relocate the county seat. I 1960 election. Mattlngly of, education at tons Beach Paving Co. two proj '
public hearings on road need. mlisloners that data gatheredby an Invitation for a later appear stock were fractional. John E. PIerce, coordinator of The Census Bureau, estimating man professor ecU In the county.
I Stetson, and Joseph L. Katz, an
He termed himself a "positive"candidate the field men 1* fed into a ance. The even.Steven nature of the the check, and Sidney Taylor that there win be. Industrial The chair The firm was low bidder at
and his Democratic computer at one of the federal About 2,000 student, faculty market was mirrored by the intervening attorney representing almost 114 million Americans engineer committee $77,000 for one type of paving

opponent Deane Smith "a negative government's research laboratories. members and university neigh Associated Press average of 60 those opposing relocation, of voting age come is man Gerald of the E.publicity :associate and material, with an alternateof

candidate." Jacobs charged A comparison: is madeof bore had gathered under sunny stocks which at noon was unchanged will challenge figures submitted Election Day said the Critoph, studies 155,300 for another type for
Smith with "disrespect" for the the individuals' conclusions skies nearly an hour before the at 326.4, with the Industrial by relocators. same 63 per cent turnoutof professor of American In. 7.25: mile of road in District t,
Stetson. This\ committee
election laws by his\ failure to with those made by the ma President's scheduled 11 a.m. rail and utility components Issue which cannot be reconciled 1960 would produce at AREA STREETS
StetlOn'lcIInctor
dudes Paul Parker
file his monthly candidate's financial chine. appearance also unchanged highly will be submitted to Circuit about 72 million vote Phil The project Includes a half
of admission and
,
reports on time. Studies of unusual abow1n,. The 68,838,000 votes cut mile in Lake Helen and '
water inventory Judge P. B. Revels at a later Drlmmel\ chairman of the social the following
Smith brushed aside the remarks rainfall, run off, extremes of Florida Visit Seen Stronger hints of a price increase hearing. four years ago I It a record studies at the De- sections of streets around

and said he wu runningon wet and dry and location of recharge for steel helped the turnout for a presidential Land department School. DeLand: Carlton Leon Weit-

his qualifications. He said areas give the geologist MIAMI (tAP-Presldent John stocks of the industry election. High OTHERS PRESENTAlso wood, Sheridan and Hull ave,

he led the education, trainingand the data necessary: to decide son win fly to Florida Oct. M General Motors erased an Baker ProbeIs The bureau's estimate Is the other from Voorhls to New York Ave.;

experience for the office. ,what'ProbJenu dill add a and visit Boca! Raton, West early loss and traded unchanged. based on the number of members present of the among West Volusla Lantern Lane from Voorhls Ave.
School Supt. John Smiley, unopposed u the Itrik..plnlt" CM entered persons of voting age,
key to their solution. Palm. Beach Orlando and Tampa Democratic LBJ Campaign to Sheridan Ave.; Forest Howry
for reelection, said he its seventh day. ReopenedWASHINGTON which 1* 21 In 46 state County
and
County Commission Chairman lo one day the Miami News Committee Mat Douglas ave*. from Carleton
had heard rumors of a candidate James DIxon told Bermese the laW. The Dow Jones industrial avenge and the District: of Columbia were to Spring Garden ave.; Talton, "

opposing him and urged board_would appreciate! periodic White House Pres at noon showed a slight The 20 In Bewail 19 In Acree, outgoing president of Steven and Dutton aves. from I
Secretary (AP) Florida Citrus Mutual John A. 1
'leave their loss of .28 at 875.09 but the Dow Alaska, and 18 la Georgiaand ; I
that the voters
reports on the being George Woodward Ave. to Spring Gar
progress Reedy said he knew Jones of M Industrials once.cloaed: Bobby Baker hearings Hague, professor of American I.
pencils home" on election day. made. He pointed out that the nothing of the trip. However, average reopen today for investigation Kentucky.In den Ave.; Valencia Court from .....
rails and utilities was up .22 at 1960, the number of
ftHEKIFP HOPEFUL source of the county's fresh the President's travel plans are of a Republican senator'scharge Alabama to Amelia aves; Grand
.
From Jack Lynday, COP water was a matter of J10-17. age qualified Americans Ave. from Beresford Road to
major often kept secret until a few of a 135,000 political Rat Snake
referred to it "a
Analysts as 109 million. Since then -
candidate for sheriff, came the public interestRoehr I Columbia was S. R. 44 Euclid Ave from Grand
days before the trip 1* to be tricky market" in which the payoff en the District of 10 million ;
pledge that If elected he would more than I
made Stadium contract. Ave. to W. New York Ave.; Plymouth -
employ "only Intelligent, qualified The News said Wednesdaythat trend could go either way. Key figures la the probe are Americans have grown old Ave. from N. Boulevard
Exec U.s. Steel Bethlehem, Republic .
Not Rattler
enough to vats.Accidents I
deputies and Investigators to Amelia Ave. and Greens
'
Johnson would first go to and Jones Laughlla all Baker, resigned secretary to the I ;
Instead of political campaign! the new Florida Atlantic University showed fractional gain. Senate's Democratic majority; Dairy Road tram S. R. ISA to

worker wearing" badges between Airs then to West Palm pack Chrysler;and Studebaker were Matthew McCtoskey, Philadelphia DEBARY A It-yesr-ald De Orange Ave.Daytona' ,
election. He called for a coun- J.JayoffA contractor, Democratic Increase Beach Paving Co,' A
for an airport speech. fractional losers, with American Bary girt feared to have been
tywtde communications system Johnson will lunch at Orlando Motor unchanged and fund steer, and former ambassador bitten last night by a rattlesnake, also was low bidder for paving 4
between all law enforcement recent "temporary layoff' and make another speech, then Ford edging higher. to Ireland, and Don B. DeLand police investigated 24 was treated at Seminole Memorial in District 4 at 35,750, and for
.
agencies and pledged to maintain of some employee of Roehr go to Tampa for "a talk: on the Little change was shown by Reynolds, a local \insurance trafflce accidents In September, Hospital at Sanford and curbing at $7,210.Commissioners .

a modem Identification and Products, Inc., does not mean nation's Cuban policy,*' .the such active issues as Sunray agent five more than in the same released after it was determinedthe also okayed a
records department 24 hours a that the company is "cutting Newt said. S DB Oil, Texas Gulf Sulphur. Instead of plunging Into the month last year. bite was made by a rat contract with Lake Beresford
day. He said he had had IS years back" members of the DeLand Dymo Industries and Foremost payoff charge, the Senate Rules A monthly report listed four snake. Water Association Inc. for use of

experience In law enforcementand Kiwanis Club were told at their I Dairies. Committee called district officials person injured in traffic mishap Judy Kelley, daughter of Mr. 700 feet ri/ht-of-wlY along county

Investigation work. weekly luncheon meeting. Skip Seen Struck Xerox fell about 2 points u the lead.off witnessesfor *. Including a pedestrian. and Mrs. P. F. Kelley ST.. 202 roads for water installations.

"A sheriff should be concerned Edward Smith, treasurer at I while \losses of more than a testimony about detail of There were no deaths. I Alta Vista, was returning to her >
," he declared "With bow Roehr's DeLand plant said that By IOOO'nullets point were taken by IBM. Polaroid the stadium project, the letting Last year In September, nine I home about 10 with her
well his Job Is being done and the volume of business bad more and Control Data (new). of bids, .subsequent changes in person were Injured and property : family following pm a Boy Scout Murder Trial

not how well the political ma. than doubled la..the past two MIAMI' (API.A diver says General Refractories list neartf the contract and related mat. damage wu $9,574. Damage Court of Honor. When she

chine II oiled" years.and 'sales are mill goingTbt."normal more than lOOO,1KI1J.ta" hit the a point as it continued! to decline tersSin. In accident last months was i reached for the knob on the front
Lee Maxwell DeLeon D..Everet Jordan, DNC. S3.902.!
Springs '
-
recant I
"P Sierra Uranzazu when The .Spa- from a rally. door the snake, which was Is
: the-committee chairman Postponed
,
for incumbent
spoke sheriff Rodney though\; trouble Ish freighter was trucked,"with Trans. World: Airlines rose Tt coDed around the knob, struck
Thunby, Democrat, who did some". situation la due to the fact loss of three lives raldentlfled to IS oa 3.200 shares. Other air told newsmen "it may be some the girL l
not attend. Maxwell said that "In that sales and inventory are I gunboats. by ,- lines showed fractional gains time" before Baker, Mcdoskey ObituariesNurse I Fearing It was a rattler, the Circuit Judge James Nelson

my opinion be has done an ex temporarily out of balance and, Havana radio said today In a and kxses. and Reynolds are called to testi family contacted Constable yesterday granted a motioa ot

cellent Job and demonstrated out. thus, a layoff was necessary, he Miami monitored broadcast that Sean Roebuck gained: ] a Oscar Papineau. The constable Defense Attorney John Godbee'
H laid he first
standing administrative abilities. said.Commenting diver Eladlo Moreno made that point and Union Carbide and the*groundwork plans by to lay Director I killed the snake and, after determining to postpone the first Jefree I:
bringing out
that Roehr U the Royal Dutch well ova a point. murder trial of Algie Bradley
the species,
report after the 1,800- all the details of the
STATE: roar world's largest producer In the examining Prices on the< American Stock stadium Dies At Hospital to the hospital for a precaution- 24, Enterprise\ until Monday.
ton sunken craft. contract awarded to McOosk-
R. Glenn Blshman, GOP candidate field of tubing, needles and Exchange were mixed In mod check.: Godbee had previously\ entered
Moreno \ firm in 1960 after it submit ary
wu quoted as saying ey's
for Group 2 state representative syringes, Smith said that Roehr crate tradlnl. Mr*. Miriam Demlng Dutch. a not guilty plea by reason '
"It Is hard to believe that meet ted a low bid of around &4J
said be would "propose a Is stressing development of new Corporate bonds were Jtniu. er, u.s. 17 North supervisor\ of Thefts ProbedA of Insanity for Algle Brad. j
million.
budget commission for Volusla of the crew escsped death after Jar In Ira l'.s. who
products. light dIn. government nurses at the Bevel Nursing ley, was indicted for the
County He cited the effectiveness The manufacture of syringes such a savage attack" with JO bonds were firm In wow Amer. Telephone 68*: Uunch. Home for the put two years, barefoot bandit left his footprint murder of his brother, Samuel, iGodbee a
and JO caliber
of a budget commission's petfilledwHh ,medication has machine guns. dealings over the counter. Amer. Tobacco 35* off H; U S died at 2:46 ajn. today at West behind the What.A.Burger ha contended that ex
operations In Hlllsborough County. pat market.possibilities;;. he The. Sierra Annzaou bound Steel 61* Up *. Volusla Memorial Hospital where Restaurant on U. S. 92 after eeeirve and continued use of alcohol -
He pointed out that Volusla said. "- from Spain to Havana with miscellaneous Noon Stocks On the American Stock Exchange she had been a patient for eight breaking Into the building last had deteriorated Algl

County ,,has a large number of The speaker.w" Introduced by cargo burst Into Ogden was 10* up %; week, She was 55. night. Deputy Sheriffs R. F. Bradley's mind so that he did
individuals who held important Klwanls program chairman Bill flame under attack W mile Mead Johnson 16% up *; Strong A registered nurse, Mr*. Tttriey lid John Burton said not know what he was doing.

financial and administrative poaltons Gould. north of Cuba'ssastarn tip Sept. AWaChal 22" IIItN1ck lIS" Cobb 1" up *. Dutcher was born March t, 1901! entry was made by breaking aback The court yesterday appointed

before retiring and they 13, its survivors told rescuers Alcoa 6534 IatPaP 14% ta Bridgeport! Conn., and was window. Money and 13 cartons Dr. Thomas E. Scott Jr.,

should be called up to serve on Weather Ekewlierey AmAIr 4434 Jnaea&L 6531AmBrk Markets a graduate of the Harrison, N.Y.. of cigarettes were taken Daytona Beach for examination
a budget commsslon.; Egg public schools and the White of
Road Work Set 65" Kala Al 13 from the cigarette machine. Bradley. Two psychia
Incumbent James H. Sweeny, / Til* Aiaeellte C.aHleh. Ashcan 44% Ken'eott t2 JACKSONVILLE Plain. N.Y.. School of Nursing. Burton also Investigated theft trials Dr. Marion Estes and Dr:

Democrat DeLand, was represented Albany elaar ._ (4 Law MAlbuquerque .. NAPLES: (AP-Colller) County AmCyu 80 IJaAM1 ItAmMot Th. Nankaut. Marlta rag During World War H, she! served of about SO gallons of gas from : RoBin P. )zero, both Daytona
by John Mattlngly. Mat. :: claar- ... II II 11% LodJ'cS 3734AT&T )I.k., JIO'I... M ..'aU.,. a* a lieutenant In the U.S. Army behind the Beach also have examined
work .., tractor
Atlanta rain 1* II .N road official said today Cain 4TH-M. moXIr Sl| Nurse seven parked
at the llth Evacuation
Corps Bra&
cited 1C u .
tingly Sweeny's in II Lorman ..4AmTCIb ,
years % .
.
N 41. m.dlumul
Blimarck. cloudy ._ II I* was scheduled to start almost d/- neatly Volusia Tractor Co. on N. Boulevard.
the legislature and his talent for IWae clear ..._ 41 3534 Mar'VoJC 29% ? moatly' It-UK: man ateme.tly /, Hospital. BIll Hester said! The court will hear the report
of the ,
u..tenlw. It 41Buffalo. immediately on portion faPoullrr the 15 she manager
During had
satisfying both the taxpayer and AmpxCp 11" )ItM&M 5614 farm years of the physicians at I am. Mon
.1... controversial Fort Lauderdale at fryar ley. a similar\ Incident happened recently
the tax ...- resided la DeLand. she had been day before the
spender <'IIle.. .1. 'U' Anaconda 141,6 Mohasco 14"Aa. trial
UNITY ASKED Cincinnati, ..I... e..-. Naplea toll mad' 1114 MontWd toJIoe111t' VOLUIIA COUNTYLaaaaCbia on the staff of both West Volusla but he did not report It to
('v.land.. ..,...r ,..... .> "..41 County eng see Harmon .Tufc Memorial and Fish Memorial the sheriff dce.tu11I' .
Kermit Cobs, Democrat, seeking tt 14 $7114 N12" EVn Lars 41 ISlanra
the Group 1 state representative D.NsIeelLIser ? T*.:;:II nor said he was advised by 'S4Irdon n'4 NatDlt .27'Brenswk .?_..._."_--_. 41 4* boapttala. .1aW.: ....

poet called for unity in the ').tr.1trlar l __..x. II 41. State Road Board member John 114 PnIll'.1 69' '_. 11 .. tr:' __.._ II IS H It She was a member of St. Bar- Dinner SetA PnM.
4T l ,'1 -i ka41 tun* asa.M *.'
county, for leaving the courthouse ....Wgrmhnlosdr... Tl 41 Moaohaa of Fort Lauderdalethat Celanese sa,% PRR 311" ,.._. artca lra w retool.Pwnrp. .. aba* Episcopal Church.Mrs. P.w I.ar-a Car. July ;=
.... testimonial fund dinner
H.I.n. cl..., .... 1/ two contracts have been Asea t Dutcher b survived by -railing takar bar Tkaak-mrlaj art
in DeLand and fair reappottbnment. ..Iou"!_ J4II .11 will be held la ,
He pointed out r..IU1U."' else Tt 4* let for work In Cooler and CoanEd: 553314 PPhnMar 7799% Ten.WaWII.. Horses are her husband David H. Dutcher. Beach Oct. 20 for Jacksonville Daytona go.ur: eautk IMMIahIM Wawdlanloolanrt
Ja .iaoarllla, riser. M T* Broward counties. second only to Thoroughbreds oI and; two daughter. Linda D.IA.4 rioHila ....'
there must be compromise on June. clo .y -... II 41Xaua CoIIE411 15% PIIUlPet 6334coalcan Mayor Rapine Bums, Democratic Uia Act If Marc 1. ma aaemt
reapportionment and that a City, ..;; }T 14 The Collier contract went to 4834 RCA 32"DowOte In annual registration In this Ana and Lelsal Sussaa both of gubernatorial candidate. CJaaa pMtan ral4 ., DaLaad
LM ..... f. IfIXMilavllla DeLand, and three brothers Edward .
.n. clear R. H. Wright Imo, for 10 9 miles 74
freshman legislator can't do a.pst1 4914duPont country. John
E. Socaah.
anything claar N chairman of JOIN H ratTf Jr Fra. Jak '
alone but must seek statewide Mamphla, atear _i ... 'f N at a cost of $17 million.\ 27214 Revlon\ 3734EAL Demlng of Bridgeport. the Volunla County Bums for II.. W, ,.. Vl; Praa.. ar.4
support. He reaffirmed his )4IM..I.5..r Miami, riser _....., I.14 1.11 Cone Bros. Contracting Co. of 31" ReyTob 44''i George Owning ef Angola lad. Governor Committee, announced aura Jamaa III.... J M. ,JJ sou.atar.. Otr..lt.

pledge to conduct public bearings MplM.-ai. P< alo' ''-. 11 :: Tampa successfully bid on the E.Xk 133 StRftP 33 '. GOOD sad Arthur Derolag of Albany, today that about 700 penons are r'-Il: turt Orculatlaii Kar
New ('vise... cte..4, II TS 144 second contract for 17 miles in Flrntolle 44% Seaboard 54)1aPW ()re. NATIONAL: $BSVRUCNTATnrr:
on proposed legislation and Haw y...... clear .._ IIOkla. h T Laakford Funeral Home I 11 la expected to attend the $10per.pate Jai.. H Parr Aaaoelalatv If W.
to advlM all news media on any ClUf, .In", .l II Broward County at a cost of !50! % Sean $4I1aP&L l REASONS TO Outer" to be held at 7:30p 44.* It. Naw lark 14. N!. Brtac
emergency bills submitted while Im.l5 Philadelphia. ........clear, ___ *TS' 4'I. .N US million. 12" SInclair 4634 charge ot arrangcmrau.Mn. .m. bt the Daytona Beach Plaza Mftaaa UMCaiFTION Se erts..l altlaa.UTta

the legislature Is la session. Phoenli. .|... ....... Mrlttakvrvk 'I Ford 11" Socoa1 $3FrfntDS SHOP AT Hotel I* r.O. : raw. 525.50'.05
claar ISptlnd. 44 13" SoIItIuIC 4434 t Leaf ie Watt J. xaaaaa i ; ... tntka. (1 ill
John >1r- Judge Robert Burden of
F. Jacob COP cadldate Successful Teat
Ma, ..... ..... IS U O..tk. SI.Hi Oa* Wnk. NIsr
opposing Coble, called for PtlmL Ora, ckm41y *. ISMaald It.II itlrbltitl Sal a SpemR. Daytona Beach will be chairman nail: Om ,..... IlL all
si two-party system. He scored: City Tflit. .. REDLANDS. Calif. MM* ntvHelp
the Democrats la power for not Klckmane. Uul la.!. 'aIaot4J'.r= n :J .., solid propellant' rocktt motor 311" IlONJ Boolta Road, DeBary. died at
complying with the Constitution IaK I...... City. else. II I? generating more thai one million Gftpj $934 Studebat I.%, 4::4.1..... yesterday at Semlaole
ea reapportionment and for the an 'DIata sale., atoMy.. akway... lHealtta Tlan $ :; pounds of thrust bus bees CeftFdJ IO% Texaco $334GcnMOis / lout!! Imd KtHBti Memorial Hospital Sanford.

approximate J600 million deficiency cloudy II 14 ..a successfully test.fired hjr the Air 4314 'naIokoI 141GenMtra Ben hi Naugareck. Conn. she the Blind-the Uons-Yourself
la the highway patrol, Tampa. clear ISMfilaHiMt Force.Entrance 9934 UCarb 12tHCoodrIc' 2 rVapt fill DtfiviT7J had been a resident .. DeBary

teachers and state and county 5714 UaitAlro 51 lor It yea*. Sfce was a member THERE: WILL :BE A LION AT YOUR DOOR
DMrttMlf
flul Goody 1614 thtJnItCrwyM 90% $4rk ef AH Saint Episcopal Cave.
retirement
I.
employes
See Ow S.lIcu.l Steel' Enterprise the Phetofraphk
CaL Foster was timekeeper 23" us 11"CultOU OCTOBER 8
Roy 5,8f7.aftd
the candidates tor 5534 UllJvKat 3134lntH.rv f CNflNIS S .i Society ef America the Mttaal
giving
offices Doors It WooIwtIa 21" uhf Florida Aadubes socMJe. 6:ta .... se f.e rJt
and state five
county 5 Fawtt Ltw Prlcwu and the Saafert and DeBary

rolnates each. AUTTTO At 12U u.-: Stock garden dub
: prieM
win mixed Sa moderate17 acre: Iltsy IIdttt Teras See la salved by her bar BUY A BROOM AND ':

Says Red Losing rticaAUOWAS. $8.67 basil, Arthur G. Watt. DeBary. .
.... dory wu llt4 elf "I i RCA JOfDKLAND and CM brother Harold P.Bald A MOP
I SAIGON. South Viet Nam 32% DC\.I leu-Roebuck U2WI % FATHERFURNITURE win. Nangatnck. Cou.Foneral .
9f a. etw ea*. .. aa4 ,.. ..** a
Taj Dad sad Ian" eenrtce will be at 1PA. tm ,
XAP) ayAznkodthwehl >> 44: Genital Molar 9)34\ DCLNA
D. "' e a'4 .p 1" OcddfttalPICe Friday In the ADft.Sum.IIWfUI W.. W BM* .*MM TM-I1M.

Comnailat Viet Goaf has never IDEAL UILDERS SUPPLY Co. 3114 ep \U Pus AmedcnWald DeBary Chap with the ,

been so far from a military victory 30 tip ". Rev. MkhMl J. Kppnbrock LitHuCIubofDcLanel.speals
fat South Viet Nun "and 111 SeA Ale.... Urn* 724-1145 Fwd m UllCLJ fad Paper 142 Se Dee1..wd BcUUag.

Ibis men must know It" 1:1": ell "I Chant 3414 oft 14. Burial will be later.

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logs 3 KUND (FlOimAJ) SUN WWJ THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1t'
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Personals ) '' !
I Boylcd t Business Needed Dies In St. Pete
Personals
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RENO AP> The Reno.Bett. ST. prrEMBUBO -

L' PZERSON-Taylor High law I Viola and John Hallmaa ind his' DeLand. were the dinner guests ter BM lne*. Bureau Is' looking Gen. William A. Ban-on Jr., JL
attending the Taylor,Bronsonotbs.ll nice and nephew Joyce and Friday night at the home of Mr. Down SEVILLE Parent Connect for better business.Tht 71 retired beard gad man of theGIDMte
and Mn. James O. Taylor. Mrs Araoetatioa! wil meet at the
and children Melody
Paul Cade
BM who
last Co.
game In Branson bureau laid It,.rMght have Raav
the ninth grade school aurflfartum Thursdayafternoon
nday night were Mr. and Mrs..Jhn Jeff and Greg.: Godfrey was to out of btmtneel unless It served In bMh wardS wan died ,
teacher the Pierson Elementary it 3 ,m All members go
at ata p
RU. lonE
The highlight of the day wasa By
Mrs. Wan native otNewburvpnrt
Powell, Mr. and found mom businesemen" willingto Tuesday Barron was a
Gilbert, Robert Sherman call 11'011thtMr son J. E. Hall. School last year \ NEVI YORK All ..tODI'I are urged to attend as plans will their dues M*.s.I .
jrn
r' Hallman, man stationed with the Air Fore Mil' Tommye a \u rile y ot It Is different.Oe be made for the Halloween Carnival pay
and Mrs. WUey In Japan, wishing him a happy Gainesville\ accompanied by Mrs.John wed be. and Twkey Shoot. Tim Donald Oalle. said the bureau
tim Rlchardaon, Mrs. Her.Raul.rsnn It Isn't like It to 1500 I to be In good financial
and daughter Su. birthday. Galloway of HemingwayS Whatever happened to old. membership drive li supposed| ) to had enlisted 2W; members In Its
i Mail Smiley', Pettoprson Mr. and Mis. John A, dark .C. spent the weekend with her fashioned fun? end at this time. Off loom al'eN'.IMII' IS months, but needed at least ahape.

one. Mrs, Barbara Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Long and mother Mrs. J. F. Taylor and The fellows who used to hang ... .....- .... -Ml.--.-. Kmlly: Wells.
Ballard Vivian North. De- son Mel enjoyed dinner and an also\ visited her sister and broth. around the miner don't have vice pivsMont, Mil. John Baker,
La Peacock Mary Rainwater, outing at Daytona Beach last er-ln.law Mr. and Mn. J. P- the same old languor. Something sm-elaiy, Mrs, Eugene MAI'tin;

ale Strickland, Keith Smiley, Sunday. Taylor has happened and I don and treasurer, Mri, M>''tl Henry.Mil. .
Mr and Mrs. Ralph W Burn. Veils and daughter .
Hallman, Jo- Dennis. Wiggins of Washington know Emily
and why
,and Gary quit -
Harvey. Norwood dark, and D.C. arrived Monday for an extended seat and her brother law and I guess its a nuBiata to ask Elaine accompanied by toI... ;)f\ /
.It Mr. and Mn. Robert Cap and her
mnie Newman. visit with his parents Mr. sister too much ol today or tomorrow Wood! Coleman ton
Heln of DeLand and M.... Jack Prevatt. lisle were expected home Sunday and want It to be tike vesteiday! Kline Wells of Jacksonville spent| '
_.*Irs. Agusta with her son.Inaw Mr. and Mrs. Roy Msddocks from Atlanta where they have Sandra Because' yeas can >, ma has been staying and David were In Prsden- spent several days this past COINCIDENCE I tier and daughter law, Mr.
son Inn
and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Schenck: (left) of Glen Ride! demand, but that \Isn't the way y
Prehn while her husband ton over the weekend visiting week.Mr. Nand Debris Schenck of It's i going to be.Yesteiday and Mrs Ronnie Wells and new
.
pehn and Mn. Cart Andervwt the fit'it night Q
friends baby They spent 4-0S00
the Halifax Hos"pttfU can 'h" RL
late In
patient last week at the and daughter Laurel were the llatfield, Pi, in graduiteicf In Jacksonville with '. Wlttl.,11I
nPqUIt'1
We hope Mr. HelnlA Spending American Airlines rome hack.Yesteiday. enroute ill t. _
Daytona alter home of Dr. and Mrs.. M. C. luncheon guests at the home of the Fort had Kline and family, and the next -
a. much Improved surgeryseveral Ilai-vey. were her brother-ln law Mr. and Mrs. Victor Engstrom Stewardess College l were its shirtfront and more buttons night at Natural nildRf: Va Fn- --
days ago. ii and sister Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lev- in Daytona Sunday. Worth. Tn. The girls In hack.Yesterday. rout home they stayed al Stain.Cap .
"Mrt. M. Shaar has been are up
C Min. Victor born In the lime year
Reid B. Cane,
of Millen, GaMr. Mil. overnightguests
erect wore a wshuanustiche Va, and were ,
.
several daysislting
oke Va, for Fisher! Mn. the lame height, preferhoriebark ,
who and Mrs. Wilson Rainwater Johnson Mrs. Rex without looking Ilk.\ a of Mil. Wells' sister Mis. .
Mil. C. H. Nom iport. -
::. and Miss Edel riding as a I
spent last weekend in Orlando Ada Hallman biush salesman.Yesterday Lenora Dan' In Baxlev. Ga.Ravmond .
the summer months lot thefirst
tai met
spent( attended the Woman'sSociety Not related they
, with relatives. Hansen could look dignified Gunter and J P. ; -r--
r her home 1
I there;: 'accompanied of Christian Service District time at the college.;
this weekend.: Birthday greetings to M.a.1'ei i In long woolen underwear white Canter Jr. of Winter Haven visited
{ I ffi, Visiting here for two weeks at I: non Srhwantes who observed heehlrthdate Meeting In the Daytona MrlUnd It t yawned about" what It had their mother here and their acts about PHARMACY.
t[ the home of Mr and Mrs. Oscar Sept. 22: Miss Evelyn I Beach Community. Methodist nephew and his wife none today and ordered' the" father J, P. ftunter Sr. In the ..
I Sept 2S; Mrs. Lois Church Tuesdsy.Mn. .. M. Burch ol Miami. ,
Greenland on Washington Ave Peterson 1011. Henry womenfolk to do( better tomorrow. West Volusia Hospital Slinky. e
their friends of long standId !. Dees Sept 26; Mrs:Joe Pittman Ella Dur.nt' guest several Work has begun on thenew. toll Ruth Baker tit Jarkwnvllle _
"y. are g, Mr. and Mn. George<< Zarr I Sept 26 i Mm. Cosmo Smith days last week was her son road to be paved on Pin Ave.. I mill those dear old fashioned spent the weekend with her i i
; of ;
Hollywood ,
Newark, N.J. Sept 28. and Mri. Wenley Braddock Gordon Varies leading off of the BarbervllleOr.mond diyl. mother Mrs. Marl Baker who -
r, enterklned Sept. 30. Beach. He also'Iltl'd his aunt. Road to beyond the Barberville Then\ you could rent a rig and 1 II home for several! weeks. t
Roberta Pittman was while here.Sonya
Mrs. Herman Raalerson and Mrs Evelyn Wilson Baptist Church.'\ ;, lake your best girl out and mm Mr and Mrs.. t"Ullr1"ors\
dinner at the Ball Rest Underhill y
at Unda Yr
Mrs Marie Smiley were Visiting Hartley, Robert Hastings wal admitted memn- 1.111e
Mil. hark with unforgettable: of lakeland vWted at the
in oh-
urant Saturday night Mrs. Raulersnn daughter Mi". Roberta Jones Mary Ann Memorial Hospital hand +r
to Flub ties 0'| her ,dear upon your Graham home last weak
her
of her birthday by Molandn a;' 4y i
j afrvance Jimmy Johnson In Ormond Fri and Ann Marie Thursday for treat! I
DeLand is
Joe. Others Invited to Richard"Hartley In knee. J. P. Gunter li reported)
iVi! band Mrs. Pitti day. Her other daughter Suzanne companied by Mil. ment. Entering: Saturday "" Yesterday could buy fine bean bring some Improved at the West
1 lhai-e the evening-with made trip to Jacksonville
nan were Carol and Harold Car'lisle a student at Daytona Beach ;JUnlor Saturday a morning where anode Hendrlx for observation soup for a dime a bowl. Voluula Mcmoilnl Hospital, re-
'College accompanied them and Sunday Henry Johnsoa was" Yesterday when they asked where he hat been Torover
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Lois and Tayhfcr. Land
and Jimmy Radio
the were heard over I
girls
home for the weekend. V: womenfolk would
admitted. In. the weeks He hat undergone >
you three
); Pam Pierson spent last weekend Station WADE (Big Ape. and Mn.. Curry.rurcell'l horn baking and cokingtefnrehsnd. I
: ot"SNewark The Rev spend .
Mil. Zaif mskif surgery.Mrs.
B.
If. Mr. and George and Mrs. Reid
of her The Rev
the home parentsMr her
at a
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were Nowthey get
Satur- guests Saturday Inn, Gamble"I* e patient
N.J entertained and Mn. Russell Pierson. Gass were In Tallahassee Friday Mr. and ringing thltdPllt'.tpllll4'll I
and sister bruised up
brother In law linger hospital far oJ
Votusla
Club 92 for Mr. and at the West
/iiTday I night at Pam is a student at Florida StateUniversity and Saturday where Iheyvlsriedwith and rhil fellow to ask him to .
Purvis
".Mi's. Oscar Greenlund, Mr. and who Mrs DrPheie observation and tesli.' HAVE INCREASED
Dollle DRUGS
their daughter NEW
Tallahassee.DINNKR
Laurieof lie'Land. and drop nothing I
and something
Bnbnle bring at
tires I
Mrs Lester Johnston and children 'KSTS is member of the freshman Foil fit Carte Is a patient
Linda Bill, and Jimmy, Mr and Mrs Gt Fred Godfrey class a at Florida State University.for Purvis, who U a returned ROTC on the wsyYesterday It .vat an emblemof Flagler Hospital St. Augustine, LIFE EXPECTANCY BY, 20 YEARS
Terry and Timmy Taylor, Mr. Instructor, has Just suffering with an eva condition
Gi-eenlund from year'i tnur ot duty withthe freedom and respect 1 II yon I
land a
Mrs. Freeman
slue I work In a white shirt In. ItOO flu lift utittincy il. .. tuftvliuil "
In Korea They went to It
and daughters Kathy and List army Now he 55)5 "Yeah.
Personals I sourl"
1 and son Bohby. Barbcrvillc visited with her mother and stepfather Now you can make more moneyIn must ho so I think I law It on wit Mirly SO ,eu.. Tidal.. In till United .'

Mr. and Mrs. T. DeWItt Taylor Mr. and Mrs William a dutiful blue.Yesterday In television somewheie. Stalls, life tiatttiMcy li Mirlf 70 fun end
the overnight guests Friday Birthday lunch their son and McDonald. more people happened to nld-
were BARBERVILLE -
at the home of Mr. and M..... greetings to Robert Rldgewsy In.law Chris and Boh dau'hll'r'l Friends and church member America could milk a row than. : fashioned Whatever fun! Why that'I stmpi Mill hicrtailn|, thanks' larjily li the MW rntr

R. Peden In Orlando.Mr. whose blrthdate was Sept. 28. and Inn Kenneth of I of the Barbervllli Baptist Church. drive a car Then mules outnumbered fouwanted *. It )ust eouldnt stand Urnpar ails dregs.
and If
and Mrs Hollis Hallman Calling on the Rldgewsyi Monday Thursday, Mil. Seymour visited aie. sorry to hear that Joe Bennett tractors within *. All tuckered out It quietly
and their son Wiley wet.e In Jacksonville night In observance of his her sister M.... Little Anderson Jr was admitted to the to keep da avoided>light their \left the sane, too out ot breathto
\ Sunday where they vliit birthday was his dster-In law In DeLand Friday night: they West Volusia Memorial Hospital you well you ay r ohy.' Volusia Pharmacy
ed with her brother.In.law and and brother Mr and Mrs. Richard enjo)ed a fish supper In DeLandat last Thursday His absence In heels. hated to be And the I new fashioned ton? It
sister Mr. and Mri. S. R. Bulls Rldgeway and son RltlII'Y.I I the home of another son and the church Is felt greatly Yesterday people screams "HelloS"! but It re- \
stand to
I and his sister Mn. WUlIah Spikes Mrs. Rldgewsy served birthday his wife, Velma and Walter Sey Mr and Mn. James N. Rui- apart. Now they can't main a stranger. Perhaps en* 111 Nerih buleeard HIM 7144111
who has returned to her of Belies Springs called onMrs. be together ilia-
recently nell lor a
cake and Ice cream to the mour. fellow paid Mm oJ Sun li enough
home from St. Luke'i Hospital VISIT PU'GHTERMn. Odetta Coleman Sunday Yemerday a
above and their three children, I'm from Mis- time.
"Show me! -
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where she was a and son
surgery patient Hilda Foskey afternoon
and '
I II j Ronald Roger Mary.Mr.
for several days. Dickey enjoyed a week's visitrecently
BIRTHDAY flLSHLS: and Mrs. W. R. Seymour with her daughter and '
were in Sanford Tuesday visiting Sandra and Gale Purcell .
Birthday greeting to Love son In law
Hallman whose blrthdate was her niece and nephew Mr and and son Mark of r alka. talkedaLout

Sept 28, but was honored with Mrs. C W. Denton visit Mrs Alberta Puikett and none Y'ear's most I
a family dinner at his home Sunday Here Wednesday for a Bill and Dennis and Julie tlodson
by his wife Maggie Lee with Mrs. Odetta Coleman was spent Sunday afternoon a\ Or.
Present for the occasion was Mr. and Mri; tlovti Lane ol mend and Daytona Beach. ,

their daughter and son.In.law Jacksonville.Some Mr. and },fl... J.o. Buck and new cars
Mr. and Mn. Bobble Hardee ot those from the Bar- daughter: Michele ot Jacksonville C .. b
and daughter Susan; of M<4ros.,. berville and Emporia: Baptist I were visiting his persists I MrV '"''I .

their ton and ,daughter Churches going to a gospel singIn : and Mn W,, C. Rhodes I. Jur'.d.y.
4 LU1 and Allen Hallman and sons Holllster Saturday night wereMr. '
David and Michael ol Chlefland, and Mrs. Howard Cox Mr. Mrs, Frank ClenkowiM was
Us brother and al.ter.in-I.w, and Mrs. Dolan Barnes, Fanny In Daytona on a shopping. trip
Mae Stacy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Monday. t
Cox and Bob White. Attending Visiting at the Cleszkowskl
from ,the Emporia Baptist home one evening last week
Church were Mr. and Mrs Troy were Mr. and Mn. George

It You Don't Know Peterson Danny, Dora and Schultz of DeLand.Mr. .
David, Mr and Mrs. Lamar and M.... Hill Guess
Allen Gary, Jimmy and Catherine guests recently were her niece I
Mrs. Henry Johnson and Mrs. Jimmy Prince and daughter I
daughter Sharon, and Richard Carla ot DeLand.

LES FERRELL Almand. Friday, Mr. and Mn. Guess
Mrs. Lamar Allen and daughters were visiting her two listen and
JEWELERS Brenda and Catherine were their hushajids Mr. and Mn. .4
In Daytona Saturday morning on Paul Peterson and Mr. and Mri.

ID MOXt* 'OC TllIfl a business trip.Wednesday Ed. Peterson In Sanford.
A CM. Flsti U Tns.' Mr and Mrs. W. Mn. Lamar Allen and daughter
\ It. Seymour had ai their guest Catherine were In rhiendoMonday
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to make arrangement
for Catherine to have plasticsurgery
L Oct 27 at Orange Memorial '11 CKnrM fcjMb Std SUt _vilk s roe/UM ell

,4 CAMERAS Birthday Hospital.wishes are extended]

1 to Lamar Allen Sept. 37. II. was W Chmmlct Impute

I honored with a family birthday
e e dinner at his home Sunday.
The Barberville Chapter SI of
the Order of Eastern Stan wUl\ itriktrf In the Impala! lerle And a more terent t-imooth!! ride that'dstyling.
Quality Photo Finishing resume their meeting Oct. I at, Tt'1''"'. bin-it, .moIt beautiful' cha1lr; Thm'i MW in a new Full Coil luipcnilon system and Wide-Stance:
I (meeting dst U the sec- width and Jomwa. A roomier new Body by rooted canfaally'conTlnce
p.m. New length, thing you
One Day Service end Thursday' ol each months knoclcout-wlth richer design; Fact fa, If you overlook just one
interior that's t expeniU (i|
Falter housing ta yotirie. you're onto a bf
Until the lew male had .
-At-No Extra Cost which BOW-under r constructionli looking fabrics and new curved side wlndowi. AU a m here. And that one thing li Itt Chevrolet price.GWM89&n .

completed the meetings will showpiece ol M laitrument panel with the look oC walnut
Color Fllffiff Tool be held at the Masonic Temple la

'DeLand.Catherine Allen returned home

DeLand Camera Shop Saturday from a two-week visit ,
with her aunt and uncle; Mr. and oft

Mn. Newmaa Smith In DeLand.Mn. .
141 Nails Berimri P.. 7JMJM M. V. Bt"s' dinner I (

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In Costs I itT
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News"From I Drop Reported

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GTON (AP Th have declined for several food, I green' ptppen, apple and N.try. '
; Washington living declined a tenth cI new can, fuel ell, and hou- Th deelin la potato print! 'f
:Brief Blackout Brings emit la August ham the hold durable. wa* the lint line November"
Big Outdoors high. the Labor "Tht Index more often goes' 19 WASHINGTON rAP) Iowa reported yetterday down in Auguit said Arnold Meat prices advanced tea,
: RepuMKMn If. R. Gnu told the follow" the until trend Chase, anslatant eommltilonerof tenth of 1 per cent, aa further
Cries Have Wednesday that German reflecting lower the Bureau of Labor Start Increaie were reported (111'
: Of blackmail9SARX !, beauty Ely Rnmewch, "th lift ly CMAI1IS WATIUUIITh for fruit and vegetable, tie, "In the put 10 year It has I fresh beef and pork.
of th. party-any party, any and women's up- gone down I time. He said It On tilt whole" fond prices >ftAuguat !
CO
8atb plae In Washington, may department laid. probably would go "P in September were off tight.tenth of r
I Iplant. have stolen mlfl' secrete: and mudflah, grtndl or bowfin bas lIml'r price Index nt because of higher prices a per rent from a year ago, with
,. Channel XiLud AT) agUnat mt I shall abut down' the the Senate Internal Security or another for everything' bad that August WM" 1 per cent for apparel, food and gasoline, potatoes, despite the August
A oa* man rtvelt' raged today ." Committee; should Investigate tithing than lor the amt month niODlCE: LOWER drop, 30 per cent above last! n
dam en the'Chennet Wand of Sark, THBOW1IWTTCH I A year ago, Gnu acid "III.I It I II true that the mudflah I II wm ago< and compared with A drop Jn prices of fresh fniltt I year and coffee up almost 3 9 4)
ands Th* rebel I II Malcolm Robaen, That lion that h* will catch and tat a de-
brought craw of "black I wu virtually shanghaied and July. and vegetable brought a per rent cat
Inggto owner of the electricity plant mail," But rushed can survive In mudhole where" lee Index of 1
at I p m.. Just u out of the country ever figure meant that clint of thl'H.t..ntlla percent tic
JIng that tuppUei the 600 resident of darloiMi 'wu falling,' Robaon Bight when It wu discovered I believe that many of the tear It coat $10,B to buy In food costa In August. :::.=:r---- ... 'dJ
the Tittle1 BritUh Island off the threw the switch, blacking out she wu traveling in high ad. water canals are caused by mudfith could bo bought for Seasonal Increase In supplies \
French court With a flick of a the Wand and cutting rte commuMcatlona mlniitratlon edition\ and Indulging dons, It I I. doubtful. if the mudflih will 1157! -59 period wed ai brought sharply lower price for Willa Jean'g iyAthT
twitch IS'pfungW them all Into with tile outside In 'intimacies with Im Whenever.. find a lake completely ol 100 In the prim calcu potatoes, grape, tomatoes, CI
It'C darkntat Wednesday night. world Inclined to believe the bas wouldn't do ,;
portant people.
The blackout listed 30 out the grindle competition. ButtllpY'l'f Hair Styling Salon 'illII.y
The described Slated
Harry Bell chairman fJI a congressman I department added that Hi-Y Dance
Minute, Itlanden rohed to Pleas committee till woman U Cart German a rough fiih, they don'tseem food and and I
on eleetrlclty, an erv- i
Sark three stares and bought laid: "We are trying to decide divorce who married 'a West to do much good and It't advanced IB price The Hi.Y Club pf DeLand High Jlt: ><
tB'entire supply of candlea, considered no tin to kill them.I School will a dance tomorrow DeeyaCcsmetie ,
whether German
the Islander should' aoldier after h* had 196.1, while price ipnnior II.y
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Tat's'! ,Just a tote of thlngato have torn kind at control of the been uilgned, to duty in WuhIngton. otter the football gamt. Studio \
com*," Rotaen WlJ"lltd.IOU electricity supply but not a One she wa her*, dnn't know how big they get Is Reported Entertainment will bt provided I
things don't g.t'b.ttsr I'U cut nationalization: scheme Gross aid, Bobby Baker, for. but a 10 or 12 pounder won't by Robbit Northridge. and rtfreihment en I Bay A Weak!' 1 C
oft the ," create much, a stir In Florida I
hupply entirely .
will lit terved.
mer'.e viHIM err AiKlntmint t
"The .tary to the Senate (rAP. Arf'1I
I pol that -
caused
WABS WITH COt'l'lCILI U 1.on tomehody: else thetroubla Democrat, "t nk over the man although moat are tmallerCertain In urban. highway plan During the dance, which will tie .. ash Av, PH. 1M."" 1
A Robnon It .waning with th* Florida bus guldetaren't have"Surf's Up" a* ita them, a t
land and Mr Rnbion hu been agement of her affair and ; Fort Lauderdale- I _.
Ort Chief, Pl u, the advisory council told to take It down I can't see ".h., was" 'a visitor at the above he hat letting)net a the t'Ultomf'rhf'1If'VII grandfather Orlando, Tampa and "beach bunny" will be choien. f

ark to the lalaadt hereditaryruler that his blackout will help his lavender-carpeted: town house of all but when a bllmudflh Beach, the Bureau fIj
cat Mary Hathaway, who hat case," which Baker purchased for hitlecretary Road told a House
tea till tide "La Dam." Carol live breaks a line after a ... : I & !
Tyler, to hard day' uniucceiiful! fiihlng.Th Wednesday. Friday Saturday Specials
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lay tIn got angry when the and entertain In." William C Cramer R-
mudflih strikes hard will
adt Chief Plata. ordered him to take Name Omitted TIll Inwaa laid Ite had no Information that the Fort
hit artificial lure and will
not down a tan electricity poltwilch In a story in Tutiday't Sun that the woman vua lump.aa Ordinarily the** qualification .Hollywood area wan PUMPKIN PIE :;? 55
for the council said! wat. ,
oqkomeont
spy, but added her activities the tartherett back"
Newt the would make him -
a
name ef ft. W Hunter, gameftih
cU elae land. DeLand. '''nt themselves| Ideally to the but the old mudflih liar reopect. II
for H* told the council: "I'm" Will Inadvertently then of mlaall Auen./
secrets federal
emitted from a Hat given the never mad It-despite colorful Whltton highway
fid with Ij
Aid fettlitg vnleit up Interference. Sun Hew et award receplent article about what .a whil of, a ,laid Tampa and CUPCAKES'IDe1en:: 54 4
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you order! that
no WASHINGTON (AP) State
at the Scene ef American Revolu fighter he I Is. were not In compliance
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Coda further! ,action will be taken lion dinner Monday( at Stetson Department pries officer Robert planning program. OPBN ALL DAY WIBNCIOAVDeLand

Hunter' McClotkey said Wednetday n If you want to catch a mud \ laid he law en yea ,
tlao mfmbltr'
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rYus program Committee a ,has of till port have been received thaf fish hall take,almott any !kind a Interstate 4 could not Pastry Shop 1 1I 1l
Pb4.u'tu announced .
Co r7 that a color film en the two US. built T2S warplanes ef live or dead bait providing / Into downtown St. tel >.rth BIT*. Pkra* 114-4251 1l
.. Revolutionary War had been delivered to Haiti It'< presented near the bottom by 1972. l
will
towt OOM thown at the SAR meeting lit at dictator President Francoia Duvaller In artificials h* prefers them I I
for" 'I againat guerrilla moving slowly because' a !bowfln
ALKIR Doom Oct. 12 at' the Calico Kit.
PuEh. ItuUHKHiita chen. All SAR. 1'7711 members Insurgents 'although no export tin't much of a ipeedster.
Uftnue hive been turned H! Bob! Budd ef Indiana hat
Ul fcTMb.; facM. 1144BM I and their guests ate Invited t to l
attend. laid the State Department "will caught more mudflrh on artificial WOOLWORTH'S
C.ili be Investigating" than any fisherman I .
+-s know. He likes to do It using a ,
ilid! WASHINGTON rAP) Con- i *low.moving plug with ..plnnerl.I .

is special Zala value .. anal passed Wednesday and I Mud Jove plattle worms toe.
aent to PreaMenf Johninn/ to Budd favorlt I spot for
14 WEST BENDPERCOLATOR sign 'into 1W a' hill expanding "mud would be a very email

., tile RMervt Officer Training hallow cove, only a few feet! r s
Corp program In, high. schools acroxi. preferably with vegetation .
and 'a\U"rN. and a mud bottom.'
:I TH* soiled amounted to'a' 'victory ,- I JI
for Rep. F, Edward Watch It ...h..n'1III take out I ,
It lw t, LnuUtana Democrat) the hookt. They have pretty t
I Ill who, II 1 a strong lIMIter of the hasty teeth.lncldentally.
program, and a defeat for Secretary one ef my better j ,
of Detente Robert S. "basa" Jumping photograph 1 II '
M &mar.. who propoced tllmtnating of a mudflih with his back It"a \
the Ugh school program turned to the camera. It'* been wear t
I gelds expanding the college pro accepted u t bata even thoughI matt
gram.Tht. I ..,- cam. out and aid it these te'i

t 'junior ROTC programwill Wai.So
It add up that the ..vera -
from 254 .
1 spread high pant* J F
I ,* fisherman will get a wallop 10V1H
achonl! to a maximum' of 1,200; : ,
will be log mudfish strike, see all sorts
oaUt permitted tit to-
of iplaihinf and maybe. a Jump '
have a two-year ROTC program
or two, will the fish with
play
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If they prefer it to the current
<< dRSiG
It, hit 1If'.I1I" his mouth-and thenshriek (
four court college ROTC
year
profanity when h* finds your EI9ge
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students will be eligible\ for M50 '' let
It a mudflih. That' the way
1 a year acholanhlp and 1300:! ayear ,
fishermen are What If It did ,
monthly retainer pay and fight Ht wanted a bass.Hunters If )' ) ikillet .
all upper class ROTC eodenuwill cooki proper
get monthly retainer pay of who do I Iota of walkIng wubei .asily.!
q at least 140 initead of the current : and may have 'Just a little age
r 127 A month.WASHINGTON .
'" extra weight around the middle ally.
? might be surprised at how" muchof
AP) SwntT I
their pl'f'illlllIV1Id' la taken )
..JUSTBnw bens$:officitl; were of Mttrtiiined vtttrant organlza-at the up by alight belt. : 3fu, *' tricot t tbr

.. (four to mt Cull ot
yturtitct prsfanoa.fu0yulsmtk." $$5' g. 9 and were told fey' President tenaton on a rtceaa until after Stat fs ,
Johntoa "Our '
: aodety wu built the November election, a plan how
MI respect for law and order. that the Montanan said! Wedne.
TODAY I I114NMT1IIOUUYAU .
omAN ACCOUNT
e and we mean to maintain! that day la under serious conaktera.
,
r But our society 'wan built alton lion In the House ".
( A respect for right and dignityand "I had hoped .that w* could !
w. mean to strengthen end the aeaaion by Saturday pr, +
them' night" Manafleld laid, "but itIJII'f'ar. cats I jig Yalvsel I
the prospect art wt
iI .WASHN6TMf (AP)-SenatPemofTttte will bt In teuton all of next t -JAL 4
'Leader ,MIke 1du" week." open' Double retch sad back
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Social Notes. served by the counsellors Mn on Today for 200 year of lift. N given to an old man who also their natural span on earth and
could: be
the day for Phil Lisa to
I Max Christian. Mn. Lamar Fit) But medical science. aeemingly has an ailing heal or liver lust whether that survival U worth
leak toot his harmonica
and
ft At Meeting man Mrs. William Fake and thin again a modern genie may be on to give him a few mora month any cost then they do not know
B time he Yankee
hiwia! and Comments Mr. Dewey McNeal the WMU Doodle Dandy can play the way to offering human a of life* Will parent agonize what to believe
> Club president touch of ham utwlality. I whether they should donate kidney >0 B.ACKCROCM
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The
O publican New Yoik Yankee are
ujusilu Following the upper a program on the threshold of their 29th The. time la coming when w* to help some child other 'Juat such question are beginning ,
< WkiVt MWf tMMttrfMMtalNtwit entitled. 'State Mission mUllt ak ourselves: When 1 II than their own* to face us, and,we have
it seeking of'Scw'tt TliM vHTM M American League pennant today
3 JJ candidate elec- _''''oP "_.. ...._* aN et of _.... Season of Prajer On the pro after a twl.night doubleheader death the wont lath that can I GENETIC. .CODr. no background with which to'lIwl'r
the Nov. 3 general art M's... "' ... ...._ WMY rram'f! Barbara Clrt..r..crlptUff' happen to us*." MJI a distinguished "And If .we learn to cnnftnl; them. [)octo.do oorhave
,., Detroitcut
tloi were guest speakers >esterdi /.N' 'IS p. : Susan Campbell, sweep against
It..,.'. r. M/rd.d/ Ms.t.e = pll.lrIAn"cil'ntiat. the genetic (ode.. theft, who the answer W* are *abetter '
offytheWoman the msglc number over the
the lunchl'01\.mpellnl ...... ..... ..... calendar Regina Steele,
at .
'* Republican Club of "1_ lIa '- dinner prayer chat ;Linda Raines leLand J'isilorMary Idle Chicago White Sox to two. 'For *,'a are beginning to ahould control, It, what, change than! anyone else In deriding -
; train how to keep people alive should we make, foe what what U valuable useful
purpose or
iwitlVolusIa In the Calico KitTchjivriestaurant WMU work: Peggy Christian! The scores were 71 and 1111.Anolh.r ,
Mr. and Mr. Joseph Tudor flatmal by artificial "
I bevond (heir span to people la such areas.
GA Camp; Mary Dale Campbell, Middlekauff Hopkins 11 i ila sweep against the Tiger
who 11In DeLand Highlands mean That will bring I People to church and social "are
go say Rapid
change
Jj Approximately 60 members I United Christian Action; LauraNell DeLsnd vlMtlng her parents today would end It.
1 aadjguest attended and heard celebrated their golden wedding. Thorn, POAU: DebbieSchoonover Mr. and Mr*. R M Mlddlokaufl. I Lint, who wa fined t.'OO for our whole philosophy nf life Into they believe In Immortality But catalog men to lose more and

I :, '.J6ha R. Ljnady South DAytona anniversary Sept 25 with a dinner Children Home: N. Orand Av. Mary U tooting hU harmonica during a qnentlon We shall have to auk. more of their capacity to think

,'i )Beach: candidate for sheriff: at Rymal Restaurant Th< Mil. Christian, offering consecration gradual of DeLand High School Yankee slump In August, "u more keenly what I 18 the meanIng reflectively to lose their .....
J' John F. Jacobs DeLand candl'data couple were married Oct 3, ; Sandra Wright, special and was *n early admlaaloiu promised not to play again until of life, of death, of survival* Murlaugli of value We will spend billions
moved DeLand In
,o'. (; for state representative, 1911. They Milliard to !. music. student it Stetson Cnivtrit'y the clinching party The fining And we had better start thinkIng of dollar trying to get eJCf thin
1952 from They previously
1 Dot P. Myers Ormond Beach, resided in Detroit Mich. At the close of the programthe After attending Stetson tyears war the low point of the Yankee about It now"RFSF.ARCR planet but allow millions of humans
candidate for commissioner dlsItrtrt following girt\ \ were jecog- she traanferred to the season and the club seemed to CHIEF to starve tor lack of.a few
I and Cherl Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Tudor have one with University of North Carolina jell after It The physician 1 I. Di Irvine HPsge. dollar of protein fond"
] three In nlzed and presented a gin Immediately. happened
who live
Erie; C. Tudor Bucs
' son. received her BS d.- director of research. at Quils Scientific !have
11I )ft.Edgewater; for supervisor nfI' I Columbus Ohio. He Is expectedto as they were promoted from the where she I achievement
rqrlatratlon, give pertinent In. arrive In DeLand and GAs to the Young Woman Auxiliary tree in mathematics. she elm The double sweep ajinmut the tht,Cleveland Chile, famed for I given many people "the illusion
V I'q f<*m tlon concerning themselves will his today : Peggy Christian. Sherry received her MA decree M Tiger. climaxed a 23 ( ,September his studies of the .N'iln. heart that with enough monmiclence
parents
\ I: aid /the office they are seeking North accompany some time this week. Stogie and Raaemary.Jptt. Girl mathematics from ONC. Miry for the Bomber duilngwhich hardening of arteries: and high CINCINNATI (IAr'h"n and equipment any
retired minisyr tolntf'rmPdI.t" will be In DeLind at the Dome blood pressure. H* li an energetic problem can be solved ,and
11'011Junior
c!f '|K. H. Perdue a Guests Invited to the celebrationwere promoted one they left the White Sox the Ptttshuigh Pirate announced v
:' from Texas Will Introduced. .Mr. and him. Charles were Regenia of her parents for a WHit and Baltimore Oriole behind but relaxed nan whale at the start of the game happiness win automatically result

;'\, *. Mina Engle president, Dark Mr. and Mr*. Francis. Stone! and Sandra Wright Marilyn and "bloke open what had been a own formula for longevity U with Cincinnati Wednesday ."

:, I a short report on the Nat Horne !Mr. and Mr*. Herman Helms was promoted from Women Practical tight: pennant ..n'amhlfl.RUIO "moderation In everything but night that Danny Murtaugh "People are Just beginning
I tonal Federation of Republican hrehener. Mr, and Mix Robert Junior two to Junior one World MM' < I w'' ";'omen's Convention held re- Craig and Mr. Margaret frlends1'1" presented with a Pete Ramna, who baa been revolution In medicine took afterwards, no qne was very not working out as they oughtto.
I ''eatly la Louisville, Ky, where Deltl. certificate by director Mrs. Bill Seldom HelplessIn Manager Yogi Berra'i' bullpeatopoer seed about 2S years ego h* excited, But rarely' do we stop to

1', ,.Jen. Barry Goldwster spoke ..tedom Yocom as they entered the GAs. *lnr* coming' tit the nays, ai ont phase of a general The Croslev Field consensus think ahead before some disaster
Hall before approxl- Congratulation are being received They were Janet Lakln Susie Yankees from Cleveland Sept 5. explosive sage of science and was h* .would tell newtmen h* hits us Instead of learning'

I lately 20.000 people loday by kin and Mr*. Friend and Rose Ann Peavey Emergencies came on to finish the Tigers off technology with powerful Influence hid slnH for his eighth season how to hand! foreseeable trra'

BOOK REVIEW LnrU Works. N. Orange Ave, In both "nlnf W"dn..dllY'. on human life. as manager of the Pirate: ble. w* suddenly get hopped up

Col William Hague reviewed who are observing their 50th 8, RtTH MILLETT twlnbill Ramos hu .11h'fIII! With tunnlng pace. In only Instead, after a grueling four and flay around and then get a

'A' Texan Look at Lyndon" by wedding anniversary today. The Newspaper Enterprtoe Ann. and one victory a<. a Yankee. about one generation has come hour game In wfclih\ the sixth- lot of law and rule that wont

fj. Even Haley, who Is con occasion will be observed with Volusians \Vomen are better ttveler Roger Mari and Elatnn Howard a. great parade of drug and place Pll'ate* beat the Red 10 work
sidered .an able historian. He a family dinner at the home of than men" sy one of America each hud three hit and terhnlnuei to cheat death and with a Inning'squcete hunt
\ has written a number of his their daughter, 1'1n. Harold '. better known travel agrni three run batted In In the disability and knocked them out nf the

,t tortcal and geographical books. Flatter. In Service He admits that women ai* fustier nightcap' after homer by Mickev Nor I I. soy end In aljht National League lead, )fllrt.uahtnld I King's Beauty Shop
Ill. Col. Hague gave the Idea that a i thin men about little thing. MantleNn. Ml and ..JMP"ritnnfl CANCFR m>TROM a few newsmen In the rubbing
p and 1'1rt. William R. .
Mr. N one." (Shaw 251'.5PS.
if 1 bopk review should be thought Graham. E. Plymouth Ave. are but when real Inconvenience (INn. 21' had helped Coming are controls over cancer mom of tll.1a1tnn' clubhouse I tarty ... ,...,-
provoking enough to lead the come along and plan hato win the npener* Tom Treah hada and heart dUease' Dr. rage : :
hearers to read It for themselves receiving congratulations of their today wedding Complete Coun be abandoned or changed two.run homer In the second piedlcti. and the ability mm- "I am resigning because of SPICIAll $5
and took this theme from the on the anniversary I then women settle down much he lth."
MLTtNAU. Germany (IAHTNO gameBaltimore's. time In borrow a kidney, liver my $10 WAYS
Bible. "Ye Shall Know the Truth 36 yean ago. Army Sgt. Douglass W. more quickly thin men to accept dwindling hope 'leg gland or heart to replanene'a "My health ha not been up topr .

and the Truth Shall Make you Mr. .nell'l..*. T. G. gmlthdeal. Snodgrasa, son of Mrs. Dorothy with good race the necessity for got another jolt when the Washington awn.ScientWe. ," the 47 year-old formertnflelder N n 4 0* rUr* '
Appolatmaat Necessary
Free" This means leant the Virginia Haven Home, returned M. Snodgrasa, Route three completed :, making the best out of a bad Senator whipped the have tikea Tint added "Th whole

truth about governmental and. yesterday from Norfolk. Va, an eight.week combat engineer situation. Oriole (.3 In the second game step in the long !nor.-;;' tit unitersund Murtaugh family helped me SHAMPOO A SIT ..., slag'
political situation In our country. where they spent two week visiting commissioned officer This bit of Information maybe of a twl.nlghter. The Oriole the genetic rode of make the declitlon.

Citizens cannot be free unless their son and dauhlf'r.ln. course at the U.S. Army School hard fur the average man tobelieve won the tipener 14 for rookl tile, perhaps ultimately.. makingIt
their country is free, he told law. Mr. and Mr*. BlUj Smllh- Europe In Murnau Germany on since a man like to VUlly Bunker' 19th victory. possible to substitute f4tene
thin and pointed out noon think of himself u a Mr. rudf I
group deal Sept. a. Elsewhere In the American for faulty to avid Inborn RUMMAGE SALEFriday
has risen to question the received Instruction who U equal' to any ..Iu.tlnll.nd of
Sgt. Snndgraj League, Cleveland wept Baton defect, to ordain the bins
statements In this book. Mr. Minnie ramp Will honored to regard women as hrtpies -
in demolition and mine vM.
SO and SO and Minnesota highly Intelligent long
Details for the forthcoming last night with a birthday, warfare, military bridging, engineer creature who go to piece I human drove of
Mamas 1.
whipped City healthy or &
Monday Tuesday
in Saturday
caw/ party on Oct. 21 will be party. The affair win at the reconnaissance and the real emergencies.But -. -.- slaves, ,
unenmplalnlng
home of Mr. and Mr. G. K.Baker. women know better, Vo
I completed at the board meetings construction of military roads "rl'Ojllhlu not yet es zhtIII' October 2 3 5 & 6
; DeLeon Spring Other men spend( their live smoothing Inks /
s Oct. < at 9 30 a m. at the and .Irs *. Bauer ,
trip
with the significances\ n| hi*
hdne of Mr*. Engle, and will be present were Mr. and Mr*. Bill thing ever for men. Seerwvle.do .
leader In
I I.
Snodgrass a squad
I If Ir a earned at that time. Hmlth. Mr*. Jacqueline Fargi the toOth Engineer Company la thin in office and wives at revolution Dr. Pig II>*. 109 East New York Ave.r

Mr*. *dt, Stay Mr*. Kathry Karlsruhe, He entered home.
SaleTh. Gill and Mr*. Berth Klngnby.Mr Germany. So In order to keep men !I.p. New Pact
immage the Army In Novemberof Lopez Signs
I py, women are always ready to 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. /
Wesleyan Service Guild *.'.Jame* P. Biirke returned 191H and wax last stationedat figure a way out of what term "

ty Methodist Church will to her home on S. Marydel Ave., Fort Relvolr, Va. like a hopeless situation Whena Chisox Pact l. **s"'J I] St. rtWt lMrf Altar Sitbrf T
The 29! soldier war
.d a.rummage, sale Saturday after spending: two weeks In. year-old plan goes wrong, they. r.aa BALTIMORE! : (APJManagerHank
r II the/: udid.Ave. aide of Kirkland Lake Worth visiting fir son InUw graduated from DeLand High quickly come up with 1ft alter* Bauer' who has kept the
/ '* Supermarket' parking lot. and daughter the RT. sad School In mi. late plaji. Whet. nothing can !be Baltimore OrlolM/ In contention CHICAW Mr*. Charles' Farmr and two done about a situation, they Lope of the Chicago Whit
/The sale will begin at 7:30 a m. for the American League pennsnt -
f and last through noon. children. HHe Elizabeth and know how to convince a matthat down to the final week of I Box, still holding a ghost of *.n Must Vacate!
Manes Margin*. Fish, lTtt VolutlaIloipltal thing may not 'be a* bad the season was rewarded today chance, will be bark for ro.
as they look and that more seasons of sniping at tieNew
ETV Exec Quit anyway with a twl'.y..r contract
tit Sitdra
Happy Birthday today : Record
there York Yankee
no use worrying about a dYII'sty.
J TALLAHASSEE (fAP The Carey Joker' nintileld. Mildred problem that nothing can bit 1 think Hank this ha* dons and an Impel lgnd a second *urreiHve Out of Business!
outstanding Job
McDonald and M.vII1&0 year
?... ha..eq ea..a ... done about two-year contract Wednesday Going
t Florida\ Educational Television aker. rear MMw4. .s..wW Sr h* ha "been given a substantial
CamntlMio will lose It* first di. .*. Stand a= _. ...... That's the way women'. Increase," ask Oriole President feet his ninth and 10th White
JtOTE FOR THE DATThere mind work at home, and on Sox managerial\ seasons extending
Lee McPhH la nnounc-
60 Duk Seersucker
the Job. Because through 19M.!
Jr., execu trY Memorial women are of old/ friend.MarPhall .
the
lag rehiring in
was never' any yet that shove all practical and being The genial M year-old Lopet,
1iJan.1. of the commission
reveal I IRluf'l'
dI"n'l
wholly could escape love and DOWNING nAlGRTUt piartlal they either look for a hinting; money wet M object! .
formed in 1957, the
an Mr'Donald but onetime
Mr and salary
Downing *
.... he Is never hall there be any never quick solution to a problem or had his salary upped to aa estimated Dressesn'7.Slua
re- II
Rout two are the parent of adulht"r New York Yankee outfielder
10 long a* beauty hall be, never say, "U nothing ran M done : 1.10100 annually.
dgfuif to return to private busine weighing seven pound, believed In have signed for
M long .* eyes can *ee.Longu. about It there no line wor H* reportedly got $40009 per'
one .ounce, born at t.S3 p.m. rying" bout ittOOO. la hU debut s* year for 1M1 and the current
f I ttherldge! la a former editorI Sept. 30. If that's the way women react Oriole skipper this season' season' lit which enly aa appsr.ems
I' al writer for the Tampa Time ADM1M10N1Mrs." In everyday living Us only Biuer WM paid a bit under the miracle can. enable tile log $98 I
,v f *|d a Nlemaa journalism r-' New Clerk For Court In* L. Gamble Seville. natural that they react the same 110.non level.Although M Wt'fttbl pennant Own. the

search) Fellow. 1'11. DLSMIMALH way when they are traveling one more Ralrimor Yankee Sb iiOl9lS31Suaun
TALLAHASSEE (AP
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f Mrs. Llnford Quinn and Infant and consequently make better loss or one more New Yorkvictory General Manager Ed Short
I Florida Supreme Court got Hi 101I. 1604 Newport Ave.; Mrs. traveler than men. will eliminate the Oriole aid at signing cereony Lopes

'. Prescription first new. clerk In more than a Melvin Gray and Infant daughter But though. women know sfl from the pennant race, the got a WeeU-4sarved" py I hlk*.
quarter century today ai Sid J. 111 E. South St; Mr*. Don this It "n t likely that many club ha a mill* to port tin The amount was not dimmed/

I. Service White topped op to replace W McLaucalln and Infant eon, men will admit It. For men like best finish since retaining, the "I didn .even. read the fiaaa .r ..
h Cuyte P. McCord. who retired. Seville; Mrs. Grace E. Savers to think of themselves s* the m.trt) league In 1 M. rial term," laid Lofs. '
711 N. Sans Sours Ave t Mr*. pr.ctteal.mlnltPd 1f'1I. And wet
McCord 10-year-old former Ruth Patterson tlO MinnesotaAve men .Nf Just practical enough DressesBmb
Tallahassee
attorney give up .; Mrs Catherine Relihart, M let them think whatever makes -
the post h* had held for 25'4
DeBary; Miss Peggy Ramsey. them happy
yean. He was a lawyer and TalUhaaae Glen wood; Mr*. Ethel E. Dwon. Vollit. Cottons.Junlon r
city\ official for 30 year .
Art
City Trailer Park; Everett HUtorUn Dim
before becoming the itat*'. highest W. )(yen, Orange dry. MI.., Hall-Sla.s

court clerk In 19.19. BALTIMORE,, Mt APi-Dr. Rtgular $14.93 to $17.96
White was an. attorney\ working Flak Memorial Adolf KalPllell >nbopn. U u shoes

as research assistant to Justice ADMISSIONS! art hUtortan who loft Germany

Ewyn Thomas Wore his appoinlinent. Mrs. William Edwirds. tU I. la 1939 a* a refuge became of brimming

r Maryd Av*., Unit U. Nazi penecutlon. died Tuetday are 4-5-6

DISMIMALBMrt. ... was chairman ef the Fla
'\ Mabel MeGann, Hotel" Arts Department at Johns !Hop- with style

Putnam Mrs. Joha Tcrnluad. kin University and a former
110 S. Sheridaa Ave. Vassar College faculty member lOG K.w Fill

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beautifully styled, ,t Oft***. Crepes, arl Jrwvi. MI"t4( em.....,

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Editorials -
William Fauet, Daytona I Bee TIdes

Today InHistory architect, has been appoints t ID
Answer .. Dree.e( nml.AC1Otl State Finance Committee < .
i tko p
I WearablesSnaaaaf I Miller 'Polities'Over '
Charges the Johnson for President ira-

Age Of CompromiseAny palgn. Appointment was mid!,
Sfladdtlla.la during Johnson's recent trip <
: =.. Florida and announced: In Mia j t

fannnlna aleaaa LBJ's Plan The Aanaoiataa) Praat by Thomas Fleming Slat UQ V
observation of the world from a height taaajral, l a nataa. Europe Tot) to Thursday Oct I, palgn Chairman

Ojf 73 yean is bound to be interesting. When i ifa it (eknethaer'ahead. tent (lltJara. the 27Sfh day of 1964. There .

made by a man who ii also one of the most USwuatatnaai14Vaana 14 lank,.ark ant.rMOravinf are 91 days left la the year. Inexpensive) Asian beadwcn j

distinguished of living historians, and' when what .artaiautl< hraIS I* SlOaaaitsardaa2eVleiMitv.ee' RENO. Net (AP) The ewer to this country1 disintegrating On Today's this date hiftUlfht in 19(8.In! ( history Henry: rugs*, pottery along well-traveled and ba-ketn robIn j J Jahop

he tees behind and ahead for mankind from his 17=aullaS. 24 :ParmaryItCaam. Republican candidate for vice alliances .is not a Ford unveiled his Modri-T automobile U.S. Indian country.
21 Chair president has fired a charge of"polities" quick Lyndon Johnson aumm.ttconfft'enc. the flint of 15 mil :
of knowledge gives him reason 4.hiteraal aart tJCaeMHM ---
vantage point Cultler at President Johnarm's with Khrushchev in LEgAL, NOTtC'ADVI"TIlIMINT
o.u.HI" 2* HUM rt ,..* 43 Sabbint element lion "tin 11zzi.. that were destined -
for hope, then it is especially interesting to a aiaeataara a a Lateral .pan 45 Dawn I Inert.) M Wadias bird reported Intention to meet order to let him know how accommodating to change the roadwaysand ran alp' '

public that sometimes feels it is merely counting tea II GeaiM of elivtl 41 e........ II "(ante .leaIII' In Europe with NATO leaders we will be with folkways of America.On NOTK'B I III HEREBT Ott'
aI .l.hbl. Ian (I*,) *2JudgeMSaaama
U Harintr'l Nw that eeeled' blda will be rarelrwtha bst
hold summit
and later, / a conference the Communlits.
the ticks of a nuclear time bomb. diraatian .7 H .and /t this date Board of County {'"",",I..I"I.,,
24 Mate cat ...lftlt' .t lli4a SaeadSTCaMpllaatla with Soviet Premier rEsin BARRT In 1890, the MrKlnlry Tariff of Voluala "'"un'*, Florl'la, at '* iruL

Paradoxically British historian! Arnold B. tf MTaattilarUla Bail, aa astir II I' I' r i IT Khrunhehev Miller said "the answer I II the BIll was approved and signed following A M. on OCTOBER: la lass forth ear

Toynbee finds great reason for optimism simply as Rep William E. Miller of New election of Barry Goldwater as its high duties arousing! bttter
M Sail, anna Iii 11' 14 York said in a statenunt Rapalra electrical Inelallatlone.
I* president of the United States opposition abroad.In .
because the atom bomb exists. It Is obviously and nalntlnaIn the Tax C
1 4 lata WitbanwIT II' II Wednesday night that "the an- so that we can deal from a rmsition 1896, rural free delivery of lector (lffl.. In tha Volu tcr.

a great threat to civilization, he said in a recent full aaalorj of strength with the Soviet mall wu established, with three founty.....1'..., Courlhouaa aceordlnt te In lha Mta'r 01. I .

interview! in the French magazine "Realities." :r.1: I' IV t: Union" routes In Wilt Virginia.In Inwlniaperiricatlona' and plat, nuto
Humphrey whlrh may he aten In the off! s
Miller add the Prealdent'a 1914.! the United State and i
"But it is sO obvious a threat" he added, 41 IDaaaaa t'1. 1<4 .loW of tbo; Board of ranmtr'"nniinii.alonera. .
4tfaiat44Pat, "' if-i "plan to go to Europe must be Russia signed a treaty to ,ub- Voluala County 1>.. I'
'that I it seems unlikely that anyone will dare 1 *ra4Starehr : 7j r. I 21 14 al branded as purely a political mit all unresolved dispute fora Und, riorlda.Aenuatle : I

use it. In fact, the unprecedented challenge presented aolutlan4l8UMMd r r- I'" CampaignsAt play." final derision by an international tile ...,.,.... "end,
Miller's in commission.In \ lyel.m with It' 41' '. In-
to mankind by the existence of nuclear as cocaaaallN I comments were a oombual'bla mineral fiber lay
Rape.tM IJI I'" statement released In Omaha, 19.18, German force began In panala stutter in "A<'ou.tlform" -
weapons will probably force us to leave the Ullt at weight I_ I !r tT f f- Fast Pace Neo. and la answer to reporter to occupy the Sudetenland of AcouetlCelouxPalntlnf.. manufactured by
Czechoslovakia.la law
beaten paths of hUtory. "- queirlons! during a nationally
St NuaiWr .
.. 41 IMS. Irving Berlin was patch alt valla and
to it not for the as !Saply (.U I"'f 144 televised Interview "Face ;
According Toynbee, were DES apply two roaia vinyl paint
MOINES: Iowa (
So DHY AP) the awarded the Medal of Merit for
CBS In the .
Nation same .Iml'to' Pratt Si Lambert
.torn bomb the Third World War would prob. cited a.d1/ 41.' ; 141 .141 114I bl illl Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey city his production of the musical "Vapex": colon to ba aaleettd F c

ably already have occurred. The victor whetherthe IrOWNISratcbta N lot plunged Into another 13-hour IRE CITEDHe revue, This Is the Army." ay owner.
day for the Johnion-Humphrey Ten -Red China's lou-ern similar In
years ago PlaatlA -
United States Russia like ancient Rome was asked In the Interviewif
or lUiva CutIT.I.graa manufacturedby
ticket today the defense minister Gen. Pang No. PL-rit- al
following sun
(KoU,) Johnaon'a
after the defeat of Carthage, would have established \ 4AppraaebSCipucain.:. w "" tl from North Dakota to the state not along the reported tame line plan as were the Teh,Hull, warned his armed Thermotaok. Inc F

I of Washington id of forces to be prepared to free Paneling |1M. material allowance \ s
a universal empire "in which after ..11IIO'tI wakoyWASlllXGTOX pursuit 1952 pledge of the then-candidate material to ba aelaotrdby
vote Formosa from 'American 1mpertaliita. t
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owner (pra-flnlahed plywood
Dwight D. Eisenhower that If
of would have
disturbances we slowly On ."
the vice
presidential can elected he would to Korea in Electric I.lihtlnf fliturea to
punk into a stupor like the last stage of the MERRY-CO'ROUNfi didate's schedule, which looks an effort to end the go military ac Five year aio-Portl from ho similar to J/lthonla KJ-44V
Hellenic world"But more like a railroad timetable, Maine to Texas were shut down with 4 40T1I R8/CW Lampa.Inatall :.\\ t
tat la that country new 411 amp clrsiiit
are stops in four( cities after Miller that South VietNarp by a strike of the Longnhoremen's panel fed br I No. I wlrei from
replied
the atomic bomb forces the two great
leaving Des Moines Bismarck Union. main dlatrlbutlon paeli.Furlhr e.1

antagonistic powers to coexist; in spite ef them- White N.D; Glasgow Mont.; was the leading trouble One year ago-Emperor Halle Information may ba oh.
House AccusedOf ipot for the nation this year, a*
Selassie of Ethiopia arrived In '.In... bv callln\ at tha office of
Spokane
and Seattle
Wash
elves drawn and forced! into ,
they are together Korea wu 12 years ago and "I official viiit.et the Clerk, of the Board nf County
Washington on an
There is a preis conference, a would be delighted" if Johnson rommleaJonera of Vnluala, County,
at least a minimum amount of agreement. local Florida, at OeLanA. riorlda.The .
radio interview a picture- announced bra Intention of goingto Board .......... the right t.
"From the moment that Rome and Carthage taking session with North Dakota the Southeast. Asia Increase In employes among ",. and all hlda auhmftted:

art forced to agree because they art unable to 'Leaking9 Secret Info candidate- news conference Miller' latest attack country.on John. executive agencle with 5131. l\-r,: MKPTEMRICR JAS. 1. DIXON 21 I'M. ,
Interior led in the
Department
and four peeche! And l"h nil-man,
been of the
fight history is given a very unpredictable ion, who ha one
probably mm. He enjoys cam number of decreases with 1,577: Bard County Oemmlaaionara' ,
GOP VICII.pnsldlntlalllomIIlH"clllpf Voluala County, Florida,
twiit. paigning. He will speak. at the targets durlnt the campaign Other departments with leaser JESS MATHAHByi ,
The West will have to drop of the flnt chorus of "Hel decreases Included Treasurywith ( I.rk
Toynbee '
says adjustits i By DREW PEAR41O! land governora conference came as Miller Reared 648 Veterans Administration J. V. POTLJt

liberalism and the East to temper its social WASHINGTON Congressman f&lIf.r.nce. Incidentally, more lo, Dolly"alnltng TALK: the end of a fast-moving 12- 611, ,and Agriculture 571. Deputy Clerk n.t.t

ism-not only because of nuclear reality but be. Bill Miller, the would be Importint than the San Francisco The tint speech on the docket day awing through the Mldweit
GOP convention and WIIt. ADV.RTI.M.NT
COP Vice President has atciued In nailing !
cause of the! demands of an Indu.trlallOClety. down / was at Bismarck acrona the New York .
Goldwater's The
the White Howe of leaking delegate congreawnan tTATEMlNT OF OWNe..*Hia>. MANAOKMtNT'AND C'"CULATION'
For the West this mean increased social Information to this column tirngth. line from the aenitnr's native flew Wedneiday night from (ADI 01 nct..1' II, JI'1 "..".." Uti. Tltl. U. CDll." al.t.. Cod.)
South Dakota at the WesternStates t. Dole of FIIIng: II"TI"'II" 30 teen
'planning; for the Communists more concessions.to out ., secret files. This column's Rep. Miller had given orders Water Omaha to Reno for a round o( I. Till. of Publl".I! DILAND SUN saws
to and Power Con campaign activity before flyingto a. wra s.nry n. I.ml. SUNDAY"" MO\KNO\ 1VIRV AFTERNOONLnCaPT
ability gi access to acrtftles U hU Washington ofHce that h*
the intellectual and cultural demands af the ference. SATURDAYa.
nil matter who la U the was not to be Interrupted at the Lo Angeles and then to Texason Location of Known Office of Publication 'Str.atnip. county. atal,

highly evolved men they art producing to run Whit Home, loss been fairly Cleveland meeting Despite this, Humphrey"The goal administration of the Johnson-," he Friday._ alv! P10.11' ,tto 32770 a. WOODLAND BLVD., PaLANDOLUSIA COUNT.

their technological society, well established through the he topped everything he was I. I-oca u'.m of tha Headquartere or General finalneaa O1rl... at )/t0Publtaha.
lid In his
prepared remark), AS ABOVI
AMC )
To the objection that communism is t fa. years. Nevertheless! raider ale doing in rounding up delegate "must be to build a stronger More U.S. Employee L .Namee :4'II.,' r:: ::'of'j.: ..( hOaLAND'FLA.: Manaalnf IdltertEddseRICHARO : -
entitled to know whether Mr. and went to bat for the Jukebox PutU."w'OIllGAN WELCH
natie' ideology-almost a religion with a claim economy by using God's bounty WASHINGTON CAP The M. WBITIRvaLT. OeLANO fCA.Managln .
-
Miller Is telling the truth. Industry In blocking the royalty wisely snd to I tdlter-HlCMAHO H. WiaTanvaLT1, D.LANO' FLA
develop our resource -
to universal truth and b.unlikely to give up its The fut.talking hard.hittingRepublican bill for music composers.The for the benefit of aU our number of civilians working 3,54.1:\ for In *. mendrind, alao Immeda lats corporation.thereunder Ha nemo the namea and adrireaa and eddrna<

struggle to the world Toynbee pointsto candidate eomplllntdtint man wild tapped him for citizens" the government rose of atockhoMera owning or holding. percent or more of total antoun
conquer August to a total of 2.4)3,601, a of atork. If not owned by a oorDnra.ilon, tha naniea and addreeeeiof.
and Mohammedanism.Both about a revelation that he help was A. D. Palmer a public m lost .the Individual ownera murt be ... b7 a ".,I..hllt
Christianity had approached Rep. Frank relation man for Wurlltrer. Training his lights on Arizona Senate committee reports. tor other u irnrttnraitmA firm. Itfl' n.merand. addroaa, aa wall aa|
Islam The monthly report of the that of each Individual must ba .lvoa,jDoLANO )
Christianity and tried to con* Smith of Mississippi with Wurlltzer
a pio- Ferny told Jack Anderson San Barry Roldwater't stat. 1\.... Adipose
quer the world, by sword and by book. Both posed public relations f** when quite frankly that he had mart that he would sell the commute noted the Pat the Office lug- -UBLI"IV HIN<1 CO., It* e. Wadlend' alv', D.Land, Fowhlo

Smith was la CngrM and contributed SSOO every electionto TVA. Humphrey said, "I want Department reported FtdatY UBLICATIONa, I"'C..111t" a Di.la, Hwy.. Wait Film each.. FlL
t tried to destroy each ether. about to vote on the Niagara Miller' campaign and Indicated to assure that President .. I. Known Bondhnldoi' ,., lion......., and O her Hecurlty Holdera Own I".
you L."A'NOTIC. 1 Percent or Mora of Total Amount of Bonde, Morlaoa
f II Both aretUl around, TOO years after the Mnhawk power li.u*. that ha had also contributed Johnson and J are not going to or Other Holding SeoHrlUoa Uf there are none, aa .tat.>:

I !last Crusade.DEAXABBY.tt. Second Miller complained to other Republican tell the TVA for I dollar We NOTICEACTNa.sIINPTION'OF Namo Add....

.. about revelation that h* had not ..:.NONE: In ..... where th* atorkholder. ar aocurltyVbolder
/j, ..ter. I doubt very much if the are going to cell the G rrl- TO WHO IT MAT ' tax aroblema with Internal Rfvl. White House knew anything son Dam for 50 centa. And we Id HEREBY!: ritvzrJthat : other fiduciary appeaia. upon elation tha, the hook name or the of company tlie: per eon aa er trust cnrpoiatloa or In any fop

t'AI I sue ever the **Je ef a Lockport, about this or. In fact, the other are not going to ell Grand Coulee l.tlnt tba Mtwaan oo-partnarahip('atARl.Ka lattly; at-H. whom such triiatee la aHl" alao tho atatementi la the two paracrapha .- '
M vDS afftant'a full knowledte and belief aa to tho rlrcumSt
1 1j ahow the
N.Y., howling alley. for bits." TtKrtT: and 4-HESTa.H IHCCKtCASKBtKR.
matters detailed above. At any two ores and condltlone under whl Third, Millar dUU't like thedlsdMure -:- rate it was not the aourcev Its Humphrey suggested that if "B'JCK .PHI doing Clt '"bust..I barb.r shop who do not appear upon th of tha company aa truatoea, hold
stork and a..uritlee I" a parity other than that of a bona ride
that he had lobbied jMialbl someone at the Whit. Goldwater had been president Ioea.." at let Nank Woodland HouUvard. .wn. Nsnias i and .ddr..... af Individuate who era atockhnldera rf
Wurlibter Mu.lo LXtand. >lorlda. **> t>aan half I. a .t'khold.r or holder or bond, mmt
for the House read the Frank Smith 60 year ago "and the lIallo.1flr.t ttrmlnatadIMi.d a rerpnrntt0n "hlo'h ..... .
arlMrst10n bean I.
ether arurltta of that oubll.hl"
Company and book, though generally speaking reclamation project] Theodore at r.!.and, Voluala Conn* sans'h.d.d 0'In paragraph. 7 and I who hi Int..... 0' such Indtlldn.ls,

F'' Tell GrandmaTo the jukebnsladustry they are so busy rlldlll"OVII'II. Roosevelt Dam. hadn't t.ml.fr t>'. florlda., A D.lhtu UU. .tllI day ol k.p- or are a.curllNa aqurvaloot, t'th t, p5.0-one publishing I 'OP loon corporation of I the, total amount. e' th, .'oclt

NQr to Inert reports th.tMy don't been built there wouldn't be CHARL H. TICRR AverafoNo' f'oplea
4' block a hill much builnma today for the FR 1I1 Farh low Durlniainfla lass Xo o rest
read books. In tact have
r you'll CHESTER (BUCK) CASERIUli: : Fiecedlnt II Month Filing r e
Get Lost requiring juke- difficulty finding I anyone Goldvrater department store" Lx,.,.Li wMnaaday.t1. ;

hog eontptnle arouad the White Houio who A.
t NOTICI Told Ne, CO to. prlead
t* pay royal- know who Edith Hamilton wds.MZRaf German Convicted LN FINAL\: .BTTLSMtNT. ; : toiKfVOL.LSIA (Nit tea Run) ... ... 6595 6469
tie to com- -GO.ftOCM : COUNT!, fLORIDA a,
Paid Circulation
tl soars. Congreumaa Mike Klrwait.the MUNICH.; Germany! AP) JoHtPH BEKKTATE; J. MOllLA: OF I>octaM4.NOT1OK 1. To Term. Huhacrlbarabir .
Let's leek walked A German court convicted for. la h.r,6r (Ivan that tha Mall.I cLrrl.r Pellv- 5966 5806
Youngatown anise
DEAR: AlSYi Mat dens a man do when h* cen- at the aewsseureea undtralinad Maidalan M Mrnla.Amlllary try or by IftaniI
out of the new smash hit, "The mar SS Gen. Karl Wolff, M, of Eiacuirla of tha Batataol
firm bat suaptdnns that kla m th r-ln I law wants te be .behind Fan Through Alinia
Physicists," after one act. JI', aiding In the wartime murderof Joacph J. .Mrala, psi-.ad baa Sewa Dales, orOthervlae
.
snore that mother la law t bun it know what I of Doptomtwr, A. 307 351
a yen these .. on the are day ,.__
meant : r a wi about the iclintiit mponilblllty 300,000 Jews la Poland and II toll, prMlil>d h.r KIlMl Ae. -
stories: for blowing up the world. sentenced him to 15 )ears at count aa such Ancillary Enciilrlm., c' Free Dlatrlbutlon tlnrludIna -
I My wife and I nave beer married (happily) for acne 1. Th prank Smith Public Re- ti>iath.r with ro<-.Ip'/ .. to tho County aamuleet by Kail, .'
and have two children I am 37, wife la 34, Mike wss either bored or bard !labor. judia nf Vohtala County, '' (.'arrler iMHvary, or by :.18'-8 ( i \' ,212
latino :
year my Offer was developed by Nazi officer Ida, and, baa patlilonod that aha '
couldn't seem to understand It The former was Other M.... _-ni_. __ '
and her mother I I. M. She certainly doeint look like the Jack Anderson directly tram the h. diarhanad o..nch AncillaryICKooutrli "
type> who would entertain the kind of ideas she has been Scholarly Sen. Mike Mansfield pale but stood ramrod straightas afiar thirty dare from D, Total No Af Toplea Piatrlbuted ; ; '
M-CmgrMiman A-om Mluuuip- and his daughter who lives he heard the court read the this J4U day at Saptanbar, AD.1M4. Slum of llneaBl. 6961'' '
trying to get across to m* lately My .alb..r.ln.law Is I a pi as a remit of the latttr's .la bastmeat. verdict had Bt and C) -. 6369
a Georgetown The prosecution a' UAODAIBV:: H. XICOUAAa '
ajar easy-going undersized )'tIman. At family gettogethers own book. The bonk ls pubis stayed. Gov. Bill Scraatort la anked life Imprisonment the Am-lllary Eiacmrli: o( )4I. I .rtlfv that Ih. .1I10".nt. madeby
the tends him horn she tea ride ... of J. '
early so property. Anybody could read It, J.Mpb Menla.KMNuTr ma Shove are reel u4 COft.pl.
embarrassed when he Introduce since Wet
highly
maximum sentence .
.
.. MOROi3r
a... with my wile aid me to drop the wife oft and then Anderson called Smith and got Goldwater. Aa h* starts Germany abandoned c.pltalpual.lbml'Dt : A RA.NO.Attaraay ; WBualienerbuainua WCLCIfSlrnaturt I

drive our sitter horn*. Thea the belt!. to get away from him to Identify the man who speaking, boys start di.. la 1)49. lot tba I.,.,. .mater)
ny "'otber.ln.law is on) How do I gt out of predicaments ma-la him the PR offer trlbutlng copies page' .of Scnnton'a' I, a-Z..n-I-.1I I
like this?
CHASED BUT CHASTE Smith made It very clear In bitter letter against\ Goldwaterwritten alitLT IDa ap y3Axt oxmMY ;
his book that he conaldered the at tilt Sea Dranciaco eonveatioa. -
DEAR CBLUEDt Tell 0,....... thai ya see let a "
offer unethical. He says: The Supermarkets will R A\ t 1a.O'IOU0 UWoEN CARERAr
BIQ BAD WOLF red It ahe touM's tMhave bondf yea
outright buying of votes, which soon distribute "The Coldwater
IS itiNNIMy FAST
taut b* forced to aids MM family g..-..g.tiier.. Aa. tholaw \\ "feU FlLLfD I'f.1tt.
existed scale la Cartoon Book. though not with
on a large another
daughtw will wander .,,. Tb*. alwmM .. .. It tt the Bfl'IoU E 6CI SOME (aIJJICJCSMID
la blessing Republlcana. The
a ran occurrence
<...'. the tint wed ..' era 171't4ERE.
yea are H-yoar- pay raa
I today Approach t. this. Wok contains some ef the moat
ratline thnai a..-,..,-... womaa.a .
a ar though somewhat mare subtle murderous cartoon nf Barry'spolitical

than tk.. of y tryear, Ire easier Th. Democrat t
DEAR AMY: A good looting girl who I7 1
very gees
still made, however, as I found art considering fallingGoldwater r
Hatdy with my beat buddy sent word to m* t'irougti her klU4
out. Another member cam tome by his real name:
lid friend that she would eke to go-out with me. T, toll and acid ke was a directorof "Baron." Latest Goldwater 1

yes the truth. I think I could go for her, but I dolt Wilt a Corporation, etc" wisecrack I'He'a the only man J H
ask her she is fm'Itrt1d
at out while my buddy's aUady, girt
Smith then tells the story '"f who tea stand on the border be-. r
If I'give her ahe'U breakup
enough
eacouragemeat,
the public relatlona. fed proposal twe.a larsal snd the Arab states __
with him and then what! It, after a few dates with bar.I "
..110U'td and be shot at by both aide.
made to a .GfIarenmlll
decide I don't Ilk. her that muck How can this be .
It was Harry Golden, editorof
la Mlailulppl. obvloualy
wwkad? have never had a Heady girt aad I don't think .
set qualified l 10 da much for a the North Carolina Israelite.who _
I want en*.
UNDECIDED corporation o* the Canadian got off the erack'! "Th Snit LWl6CNETHATv1116TQt/ '
horderxrept vote right oa Jew la the Whit House 1 II going; ITEA1 I ((1HI6IKi7siwr BLINIiN011T1RUyby! OFCI1Id5Er1CX1'1lfoQrlp
DEAR nTOCCIDKDS Till gtrl apaavMlly haa aiwrlngeyo. 1CJCMkIU.fr2cxx IA1E14
f M!, yH61VYEYEiJfy3.vl1dT
be .
Mohawk thes to a* Episcopalism"ilurns
I It aba wan tilt right kind W gtrl. shed break Niagara power I frk 9JICr10 A Yf C05.
ed with .her steady aid legtUmaMy free ta dale other*. up for a crucial vot*.

.._ ebb I""J" $ feet Y write see wiely be ... But Seat 2. Auto Brandt Bowling Una* Tells Plan ,
.
...* her cay tmtajurn.amoat while eke at g.taf ataaidyUh which Miller and fin friends

w'' aome-hoaly.. ..... odd and oa which Miller Haim-
'
a a ed a capital gala of SSO.MW, ForTnxKevisioiiC1.EARWATER I I

DEAR ABBY* Aa uncle ef mine bought our 14 year- wa developed from the lawyer I I V I I i t c !i l1 II'Vtea

eld son aa electric guitar for hie birthday Harvey hot Involved. Miller ass pal d IAP May.or .

been taking piano 1 lemon for two years, but alace h* got I'TLftlr, his one) -sbdh share; Haydon Bum ol JackaoiivUla

this guitar bo seems to have bit all Interest la the plaao HT.KU la full and WOOD by saS b* plans to appolat a tllCreva10ll : r

and he spends all big time fooling around with the gutter not*. However, when he Bled \ committee It ke la

We have a lot of money laveated la piano lessons, but his tas return, he paid tense elected governor la November. s

!, Harvey 1 II begging ui to let him give up the piano. and only oa tha tn.sM. not the note, H* lAid ke would place too p.aaneial .

take guitar. Should we let him? I could just slap thattudT until the tax agents picked this lid b jtla amea *a a _

Why don't people consult: pareats before they buy up and demanded taxis en the study group to nemrnead lmpr ..
-
fcltU pretest and cause so muck trouble? full purchase price. _ta la the itate'a tax -
HARVErS MOTHER Oily then did the would be atrueture. MW tirR (aL I WANT 'top NR MI o W

' DEAR MUTHZBt rrha.. .an.,', tatarta la. tk* '\Ie Proliant pay .* There are taut tied dnwa to pEEIINSTFstSMORh1S FO4 RAISE! bMAJ ME '

nMar t* **ly fltoajag.. Cow Urn a UttJo aaw ore aa< TUa 1101'1." dug cut of torlUe aM. and such earmarkIng .r, IFyO ILE NE'S STIt.u, fN

?*. If...* a"y Jty wears tit. U tt ....... aa4 Eanty faajtaalTTT Anthony Paron. attoney for I Is bed ed tbd ov raU revMu lJMtY J WD TORN e00D i40001'

i ah..t his Ialajnaa4 hi Sat gvltar, llM him a* wish CatubaUdat4t4 Bowling, whlek seeds of the state, sauna aald."We THREE 1

... beat laehje ytaj eu ibML bought the bowling parlor, alto ed to rt-MtabiUk aa .PHONES: 7 ( l

e from MuWa ewe tat account Ignitable tax JII'OII'8ftlet that / e

OONf'IDIiN'IUL TO "...r AT (D1'ILU'I' ant aid finally Jack Aadenoa 'aa we tscrMa la population tat

guys Was "BVaarrsnNa BITXOVI; BABY. talked to two ol Idler'! part- revMOM will ancm** also. ,"
awn la th* bowttag an., oVtatDOEfiTT Buna said. '- "

pal 'IAL TO CAJCT SLEET Df OAK L=AD POOLS la a major talk to eombbMd

,....t T M BMt) .a.O..r H.'M.led MpfMrt JIM a >. ra> I. Tho Jukatex Uhtryimg story civic club Tuesday he alao laid

1 ..... ..... ... nI : came la part from Farny Wrlihrar. > he wee opposed to creating the
I, the grad old rrua of the post ot lieutenant. goventot. a). It

f Waite ta ABBY Boa (9700. toe Anal. ukabot kaiciatM, and trim RypnhUeaa though' k* would Ilk. to see 'ho L, I D

i'T" y ..... fw si penoaal reply, eadeee a stamped wM watched Re Bi III auevewloa to the office

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I' Convicte, VACCINEni'SIIED AF VII t'Cit.fCflllereDlIOr so F.tn, 'xoTMucn: !, :i
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'*RMJARKABLE GROWTH' CITED .
lea I ,

!rah e ,(" Man TO One Girl 2,500 Boys j

midi1p BWtB4 AIR FORCE ,
Moon Murder I FORT MIERS BAMfc ,COH.+ UP TV Air

(uttn tan, I\lerica'S : mace Omit Oert Jfcrv FORT MYERS (APMore > Fore Intern Ww-etfed ptor Wednesday Ita new YF1JA with In Purdue's AF ROTC ,

) afternoon ***jpled smallpox vaccine In much ,** *.. but few (net*.
15th Lee toe at Hf pi I being rushed to Fort M\ers, The hut .Wick bomber.Uuer4wk
act: ., tint df'trM'r today to bolster suppHea the afcte of the FM4

\ recommendation ol depleted by ma Immunisation fighter sitting beside It on the LAFAYETTE, lid (API her In her chosen field tt soft
road ordered' a* a runway-In repnrtedV capableof Sharon Rae Wilson, a red.baked ,"
(AT) peeled to reach face a mandatory We precaution.The J200 ... an hour and 100. freshman. I II the> only female la neerlnf Bull said that la the put at
- ,
.* celebrate' a birthFor three .. the verdict. Cue outcome of exhaustive 000 feet attitude Purdue University's 2,500-mem- Purdu and ether school, there
- years as the .
for the pistol shoot lab test w UI be At a briefing and flight demMtratkin
her Air Force ROTC
'gal a year-old It to-tha had been coed In experimental
moon .
, his mother-In law, DIa awaited before final fee newsmen however
\ The and
poked coed from
remarkably big. pert ROTC programs not similar to
I( liminary launching Si w June :I. diagnosis on a Negro whoa the Air Force would not I
Madison, lad., "Th
., 1. 1949, tile Joint Long Because of the nays ratio Miss WUsoa'i work.
ro : .. Attorney James Turk believed to have con- go beyond the prrfnl'lnan"fll'
I
lan't much different than 1
Gl'OWIds it the has I it In But the program sever
'e red cape grown pleaded not guilty b\' traded smallpox aura given by President Johnson!
w.. then-wa* activatedtySlwta tial 15,000 acres to I moot of my engineering HasSharon *- worked out," he said.In .
of Insanity IB behalf of Dr Joseph Lawrence when he announced. the new .."
selected as the site for The her twice-weekly clan**,
renter now Let .
'n contended that Cu bad County health last
plane February: over 7,000m.p.h.
superIntendent
tbe_lohed State major mIIlIrte.stinJ of the man who la outnumbered In tile there are 11$ boy and Sharon
.
. delusions" caused by aald the mans and over 70000 feet,
base because of generally I'nlted State freshman section of th* ROTC 1,< .
; the
to drinking la his summa aliment might be some unusual rcRFORMrEmvr: :
425: to 1. It was a reluctant AirForce Doe that make far
sortof
nbn I favorable j ear round weatherbecause President John F any
the juror akin disease instead
hint of the
Only
'" an [ rocket could fly TRACKING !: but jew plane'sperformance that accepted her enrollment rlaMroom distraction for the
FIaT
MVBDEK were not out
ruling
was disclosure
: In Capt. Rex Bulls baale cadet*
u.. i o olll-and. of mile of water The hacking State Attorney Jade smallpox: until after the that it was capable of more .
clas
' "So far they've ant caused see
"lth strings of Atlantic 1s '
tic missile flights told Jurors that Cue may lab teit.HIlundreda thai 2.000 mph. for lone perloils I\T. (1'11"1\-1 much el luckus "
I lands offering Ideal trackingJKTh a the captain
10,000 mile into of area resident
drinking but the of time. Indicating It can
'1.. po.tit Ocean. Stations responded to health She I II a mathematics! enthwl- aald.
clearly indicate that reach higher speed with short
r.t. cape, which had been follow the progress drunkH This **i offlceci' urging to biting bursts of power from its two lit and U considering going 'Into
I named Canaveral by early Span. and their smallpox Immunlra aeronautical engineering She '
ore space ships first muider case since 40,000 pound thrust engine
!(ishjexploreri., wa an isolated here. I to the dice floss up to date. Fee A spokesman Mid Arizona thought the ROTC class would ; 4''COUNTDOWN'r?
,II i'wasteland' of scrub brush and The first U. S. deliberated three bowl I varrlnationii were gives to based YFUA'i rotild Intercept benefit her more than would
"e pe1 Ietto. It* main Inhabitants plorer 1, weighed minutes before rerutn 1,300 person at tie courthouse bombers attacking from the worn..'* physical education.
(for
e wet snake, alligator, wild. when launched in wrdlct. They returned : and many other JOtth..lr north beta they could cross Capt. Bull Bald the military citizenship "
\ rail and InaedWORLD I.. this year, a ( once for a re shots from pi'hat* Canada. class "Uui't feared for female
. .'|ll9 OF CUNTS rocket hoisted the ; of the charges by Cli phyalrlan. The Air Fore also\ disclosed participation/ but Its working I
,
a ; WWan: effected! a startling transformation est orbiting object James Nelson. No cat of smallpox a a few details! about a new radar- out all right, She's taking Just I 2
Th rape today 1 II a I pounder, they wanted a highly dangerous and eontagloui guided missile carried Inside he I classroom work We won't tt DAYS
spectacular world of steel giant, A great arsenal of the various types disease, has beenreported the twin,tailed monster W foot- I" her drill, of crourw"Bull
r tvweringrorkeui with awecomenewer missiles called! the \ 10! and in Florida to take advanced III LEFT TO
incredible scinetlflc ro- the world by the I> non Called AIM 17-th Initial! permitted
e "* and machinery, has evolved :,"" SHOOTLNG sine 1945. ROTC after her sophomore
concrete meet
Hand for Air Intercept Missile
.
rkhouses, elaborate control teats II.-m.ny 01 did not indicate .'he- ha )'.ar. All male students at III REGISTERflDEMOcRATK
the UH foot long racket a
ten, hangars, road and elecnlC spectacular failures.First would appeal A state peed of 3000 mpi. This added Purdu ai* required to undergo
marv..lI.t. Cue admitting the and Donald L. Lawrence, IV military training their. first twoyear.
a
p.m."i. the '
came the to pln's speed five
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and testimony of Cu*'s Land Albert Ormond .
b. [t main Inlujltants are engi- I. ; Segren of ,
Snark, Bomarc. th* rocket a ttrlklng velocity!
eiicIentUts! technicians and daughter Marti, r. Reach; William J. Moesser Jr., "So far I think thU be a
ofv Thor and Jupiter. 4 000 ynp.II., or ale ,tlmN ,the Ito
Stet. e..cc.
the real fine student. She's
er missile workers. only eyewitness to Mobs J. Small Frank G Lisle. very
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were speed '
maturity of her grandmoth Jack M. Warllrk. and William ___ ,y>rtonahle, very levelheaded," Cwr.mq
, This I le a tar cry from the first Atlas, "" ... ,
inching( here-that of a bum- jor weapon: evidence and testimony E Oil, all Daytona Reach; A horn in nonarld parts of th. BuU laid Y.bMlr
rra. Pr rocket on July 24 1950. The tll""U. Polaris the Juror Carleton P. Qulnlan. Fred Hobba United! Slate ti bombarded with "And I beJIev' som of th*
a.S.a.e inching[ stand was a crude More than 1.500 Jury were Robert M and Robert P. Iron, New Smyr an average .of 100.000)) pound of thing ah.'; lean In the ROTC
iiderweb of pipe and scaffold been fired here.Seventyfive .., Bui-well J. Reed na Reach rain and now cacti year elaaaroom will b* beneficial t*
-
,. The blockhouse was a wood. soared successfully I
\ structure protected by and from Cap I
p. A Jeep raced back and !Investigating ZALE'S EXCLUSIVE GUARANTEE!
I h along a sandy road to watching the .
re poisonous sakes away the
urn the graphing moon If st any Urns within .. 4y from 41 ef purchase yn are aeawtaeet
. area.
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blockhouse lama4 for fall ret sd er er4l *. pear i saewN<<1 ,
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a a the Six astronauts .
Y rot launching of a Lark mit. *. the heaven In \
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, e.In t.I Next comes the Specialty. .
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HOUSTON Tex. (AP) much of the moon looks volcanic ,. AAQJ10IIVA1074
>Beautiful Hawaii would appear In origin." ro
.to! Have nothing common with He said that heat, which Is JUDY BOSS Lelght bad a 170 game and a ISJ Service
WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary dined the! Secret ud 'ti
(87 series GoNer had *
Leaguehas Ruby a
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the desolate bareness of the associated\ with'volesnie activity The Tuesday
177 Helen McKechnie had WEST EAST tt>) .of the Douglas! a lesser extent the FBI "
moon on earth does not 11.". to be some nice series total to turn game: Treasury
Yet there Is a.big similarity: present in an environment such In again Lunette McGhee got a a 472 series and Betty Handy. ATS AKflVKQII Dillon senior member of a four. grounds of Inadequate prepare
jay Manned Spacecraft Center as the moon's to produce craters. 428 series, Ann Friend got a 166 side had a 179 game and a 196series. !I V6 man committee .studying ways tlon for presidential trips. .Asltcj
4AJIIJt Secret Service
.KQ'U If any agents; htj
scientists after a close study bIthe game and a 431 series BertFusee
*AKUBOOTH to improve protection of presidents Dillon >
recent! Ranger 7 photos. "A gas or liquid thai came to also rolled a nice 166 Elsie Wells had a turkey and been disciplined Said. ,
Anita McCargo picked the says he does not think "We didn't think any was .r.
Uel S. CUnton, space center the surface of the moon would game Bert also picked up the up "
+ geologist and one of a team of expand and explode and that Is 7910 split. Margiuft Sardlneer (.10 split. Oh yes, the team A4SVJIJ that the president "ever can be quired. _

moon experts studying Ranger's a volcanic eruption," Clinton picked up the. 6710, Lorene sponsored by the Log Cabin. 107 perfectly protected" from' as
remarkable pictures of the said. "There Is no best'associated Griffls got the 45-7, Mary Fin. Resturant was wearing; their new Q10ITI4 sassination.Dillon .
with the explosion." Heath shirts with a little. log; cabin on Orange CityPersonals
5610 and
moon said the photos reveal a Icy the Judy North. and South vulnerable' and the other committee .
string: of shield volcanoes which To demonstrate Clanton cited picked up the 57. the bark gist RMlh West North 1 members met for an hour
are readily distinguishable by t tests In vacuum chamber In the Ladles Ten Pin League, This week la the first report on 1. Past IV 1 Wednesday with '' President
their low"angle; cone.shaped where liquids explode when Sophie Woodson had a clean the Prep Pin Bantams which lathe 3 F 2 Pass 4 T m Johnson who established the
deprenurlzed.' game for a nice 227. Harriett group made up of young I. Pail Put Pass
and told It to
Sunday
craters.GREENLAND
ALSO The space geologist said he Heartz rolled a nice' 201 and also bowlers! under 13 years of age.: Open1nleed-. group
follow up recommendations of (Continued from Page Nine)
Hawaii Is one of two places on found evidence of an almost had a turkey Rojlyn' Stone also This group; only bowl two gamesas COOLING OFF RosalinaNerl. the Warren. Commission that
earth with shield volcanoes, continuous battering of the lunar turned In a clean game for a a stretch. Jimmy Hanna an Italian soprano, I Investigated the assassination of were In Tampa and St. Peten.
Canton said. Greenland Is the surface by metearoids and 220. She also had a turkey rolled a 134 game; Chuck Lillyrolled doesn't mind the spray it Five daimonds by East and President! John F. Kennedy burg two days last week vtslttiufriends. i
other micrometeorolda. royal to her credit. Elsie Melnett a 133 game and had a 241 all is she studies an opera I West I II a beautiful contract and PLANS TOLD .
turned In nice 211 Ruby series while Debora' Malmrose role in Milan. Sitting in a DELAND LOCHEON
For this reason, Clanton said a game. the chances are that one or two Dillon said the would
geology field trips to Hawaii by Hood rolled 'a 171 and a 156 for a rolled 'a 108 game for a 210 fountain is a good way to of a 100,000 pair In the,National group Mrs Ernest!' A. Willett was |
the nation's 29. astronauts would nice 461 ser!!s. Velma Seymour aeries Debora also picked. up the escape the blazing heat ofItalian Charity Game reached thia con come up with In Its own recommendations luncheon guest last Thursday of
time them.
for to
be made soon.Hawaii's had a 153 game and a 407 series, 3-10 split as did Jamie Grove.! a summer. tract. Ai long a. East 'remembers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turnbull ol
be Included In the
famous Mauna Loa IsLeilkldyolcano.Oantnn From Our Dottl Ruckrrt had a 1W: and a YOUNG BOWLERSThe to take two rounds of and In legislative\ proposals next budget to S. Pine St., DeLand. The Turn-

; said. 152 for a 440 aeries, and Anita Teenage Mixed League' trumps before trying to cash his be submitted to the next Congress bulls returned recently after
The moon trainees' work would McCargo had a 161 and a 150: fora turned In some nice scores Again: ,ace. and king of club* 'he will which spending the summer in North
In .
halo study.the lava beds of the Early'Files nice 411 series this week Don Danley rolled make the hand and a very good Dillon opens JUUlry.kldn Collins NY. \
the committeeIx
fiery crater so they would be Dottl Rurkeit picked up the 24.1-220.177 for a 640 series and TelevisionPrograms score, Mr. and Mrs. Allen CeVUbisj I
familiar with the lava formations 6710 and Kitty Shanley got the. also won himself a patch from Mont Cant players who chose composed of acting Atty. Gen of Dayton, Ohio, are the guests
I In case the .ame bOWl 3$ Years Ago 2.7 twice Olic Smith and Jean. AJBC for his series. Richard I I. to open with a diamond or .a Nicholas Katzenbach. Director of Mrs. DeVilblss's parents, Mr
John A. MeCone of
the Central
were' found on,the moon. Barton picked. up the. 5.10 split Lilly-rolled 184 A 182, Tony Man club would wind up at threeno and Mrs. James Jordan and her
Canton agrees with Dr. Gen and Frieda. Mueller. got the 57. dens rolled' 181; Rusty La/uka .trump and would go down Intelligence Agency; and Me- cousins, Mr. and Mrs.. Howard
and P. Kluper'Of the University pp.1It Me "".. .N the 925 Jenny Ryals picked up the 2.510. rolled 191: Cliff Cox rolled 185; George Bundy. special assistantto Powell of Orange City' Terrace.
after a spade opening.
of Arizona, and the National{ DiLied Daily News Joan Alderman had a turkey to and Vernon Lulder rolled a nice one Top score for East and West the President'' for national Mr. and Mrs..Jordan of Elverta,
Aeronautics and Space Adminis'tratlon'i her credit and Sophie Wooden I 203 game. Greg Young pickedup IDITOR NOTII security affairs. Cal., have purchased the home
n"Rluci"E Pragrim ln,'.rirmi.t. U luVBlll would probably be three no- Dillon told that the
1979 had two turkeys to along with the 745, Rusty Lazuka got newsmen of Mr. and Mrs Norman
top analyst of the 4,316 go by the itltiont ,tnd ll lubxol it .trumb bid making four. East Fan-
Ranger photos. '. : Dateline Havana High her clean game. the 5.7,. and Chris Mcliort picked, shangs. Ths sun ;News le net esapensbls committee would go Into questions cher of W., Graven Ave. Wei-
Kluper believes the ,lunar I winds which pounded the surf In the Suburban Mixed League' up the 2 1, 5.10 and 5.6. Richard adhere' tt tae the programs schedule' lltttd this le btltw.oat Went would would open one raUie, no-trump directly and to 'not explored by the War. come .to Orange City.
I surface to' be like bunchy 'against" the Havana seawall Jack Holllngsworth had a nice Lilly had a turkey as did Gary ten Commission such as assuring
..hlr.." .He.also'Says he believes with a roar, like a cannon fusillade 205 game and a 5,11\ series-Good Hogle and Rusty Lazuka. Clifford StitioniWESHTV. three:This would shut North out adequate protection of presidents
formations In' the photos to be were .the only sign; Havanna Bowling, Jack Margaret Vest Cox also got hlmsrU a Much. Channel Orlando.f, Dayton of all spade bids and South on trips abroad. Prin Marries
lava flow bed '. saw,today of the tropical !. had a 166( and''a 416 .erl.... Ber- nice Turkey Royal. New Bowl. 1vrsRro.Tv. C'h.nn.1 e' Orllnd. .. would open a club. LJ,J'a 'MTXGLTNr
Clanton Mid .Mils' U his theory Ihrtn'whlch"'has! been nice Schaefer wai Tight behind en In the 'league are Ronnie 'wWP Tv. Channel .. Our old friend Hard. Luck Jill Asked whether Johnson and TOKYO, (AP-Prlnce Yosht,

teo>'although Ranger 7 pictures rtglng In circles" about the her with a 445, series Edd Byrd Wilkersoa and Vernon Luider. THUMDAV VININ/I/ reached three no trump1 that the committee discussed the 28. younger son of Emperor HUrohito
gate no solid basis for \this theory West Indies for the last 72 and Victor Schaefer also broke The new sponsors are Gully Construction MU III' Della\\ Farrlet last sequence' but managed togo President's practice of getting;
'
Thomas Gold e( Cornell University FRINGE 'BENEFITS'. series respectively Ted Gardner Holler Motors I 21 Ira) rr..l..t Hudllnii. of club held the first trick. crowds Dillon said press .... Japanese throne married i
who said the' moon was Dateline Atlanta Caught; turned. In the only turkey of the The 'late teenage league or I:>1'42'.n"lei' L..v. It.To hearer He came to his hand with the ports on It were discussed. He member (II the former nobility

covered by'a deep layer of dust I. on the, fringe,, of the Caribbean evening Louis Robinson pickedup Vic's Madcapa as they have 100 <151'Is< I' Smell I\ow.., nuinir\VMthir, Sports ace of diamonds and led a laid the matter had also been yesterday Inside the Imperial
i Canton said laboratory tests' hurricane Georgia, has been the 4 710; George Graves got come to be called also did real (el NanaIs heart. taken up with the Secret Service palace grounds. His
with! dust In a vacuum chamber deluged by Incessant rains the 5.10, Eleanor!: Graves got the well for themselves! Larry Gate. l ) 'dens! Weather. Snort North won the trick and M which he said holds that "this Is parents
equal to the moon's pressure I for five days. I Consternation 5-6 as did Doris Hock. man rolled a 202 game and hada I.19 tot 001 Huntl.y-Brlnkl.T)vowa the queen of spades. Joe duck. a normal thing; presidents have watched the 10-minute tradition
showed that the material "weld- spread through the lowlands OTHER GAMES 549 series Martian Model- / 19):) oat Miiturien, ed North continued with the always done It ,,and It is something al Shinto ceremony on television

.altogether, much. like .a texture : tit> Ceorgta today as streams ,In.;.CcftiavayrMtxed;:',Clar-i .)1111.4.- oijftI. a' 187.flr! a..461'flet'. .UO.is r i Pilitmin Kuntin., II .hTII.' 'lark of spades and, after prolonged ; they have! always handled, The marriage of the prince
? cl crurtchy.snow." let..their bank and highways enee Hughes Tolled a nice 216:\ I tea Turkeys were made by: m Ol.nn nrsv.s thought, Joe ducked ag and can handle,' and his bride Hanako Tsngaru,
"We are still studying the fell before, the onslaught I of game.! George!' Cayn.. picked up Jim Grove, who had two to his tin l) Tim I'anl.l I Mim.t.n buoys'tel I din There Is some theoretical Johnson repeatedly waded 23, ended a five.year search by
pictures." Canton .said "but tortuous overflows. the 6 7-10, darenre Hughes: also credit; Jon Herr, Lewis Cox, 'ID) KllntntnnM' i. merit to this play but the practical Into throng* of.'admirers Monday the Imperial household for I
A4v TORTS JSCENE Tlcked'Up the 3 7.10. Gene Sheets who alto had two,to his credit; e.e0 l ) Iwnn P.....nril R.." result was ,moot unfortu on a campaign trip through:' suitable consort for the prince. \
1( rtli m no Dateline'' got the! 24.14. Rathy Arthur and Abe Lilly Jr picked up the 5:15: ,r't Hr Mlitmift nate. North ran off the rest of New England. The search for a bride for ,.{
.
New The
will York picked up the 3.6.7-8 split. Turkey Royal. Mike Crank 1:55.101: (( Par M. .Three Mann Snni the spade cult.Counties. Dillon said the Secret Service Yoshl began In 1959. following
FAT'OVERWEIGHT 'gang 'say goodbye todayto The Tea's.Hen turned In some picked up the.U split, Jon Herr (ft) Bwitcht4 already has taken a number of Akihlto's marriage. Yoshl was

a heart Miller as Hugging big as, a a guy baseball with real nice scores again this week' the 2.7, and Chris Melson pickedup I I.SO (111 SI Th.HH: B.ll.,1,, or .lbo.. Receivenoat.Ta steps to strengthen protection Seldom. consulted. He met Ha
Betty Hnlllngworth rolled a 400 th39.10.. I l NI P.vlen. Plies since Kennedy's assassination nako last February
park. With the'crark' of ball series, Ruby Hood rolled a 160 In the. 'Jack t Jill I league BarS U.09 Ill "".D.n... Th.itrlI 22 In Dallas. The search 93))
'' last Nov. They among Japan's
Ah.II.hI. t. yen' Wlth.u" 1 ...t.,'. against: bat stilled throughout I 101 l Th. he.nlsrs
,PS.ONptl.n.. the OD"INIX .,Ia11.. ; the and a 166 for a 460 series, Anita bara Bedient rolled a 1A6. Sam .11. Jimmy Pus MoneyTALLAHASSEE Include more advance prepara blueblond families was complicated
Ytu must Hu wly lt tp ytvpmtnty the nation the tuners for McCargo. rolled ''a 163 Elsie Sardlneer rolled a 180 and had t I:" .111 );.... lion for trips, greater surveillance because the prospective
I ... On ei tee till prob.N,51 mite manager of the New fl' bows,
*f (lulne weight It yup 'In. Dudal turned in a'165' Vrlma I a 4% series. Janet CatVtns lot AFI" Mews (AP The of buildings along the princess had to be shorter than
+ Sixty: tt .01... t* a .pltnntd ,,ltt. York this Yankees ,will I the beheld little Seymour rolled W8 and had a rolled a lit and had a nice 500 II'I 51.10 eel lot l MoU. new tax on pleasure .boats routes, and additional! manpower the 5-foot.3.Inch prince, had.'toe
Th. ODMINIX' plan tmtlnt afternoon' In illnnp'C.ra
tiny: tablet and 'It < llv iw>llwWhin >, church aiotind the corner. 426 series, June Lord rolled a 163 series. Elsie Melnelt rolled a \;\ :;n,I, brought in $183.567 In Its secondsix some of It borrowed FBI and be younger and could not be
J s4", ,Iylee's ytu .hive kl the OOHINaX, lee, you... PROHIBITION .PATTERDateline for a 412 series, l'aulJ' Whittaker 175; Mary Fawley hud IVUM170 : I bet IU: 1:11: f'I'aka' 'r4 months of operation the Treasury agents nesr-s'ghted'! .an Imperial family,
eras '
tea optlni, ...u.. ODHINCX It- rolled a 4.6.scries and hud a 133 for a 473 series.. Matt Moro State Conservation! Department The. Warren Commission: criti: trait.
I....... yso, sp,nil. and .amuseyup Washington A game, Mary Fawlcy. trolled a had a 199 for a 512 series, Ruth (Netel: Ctmplttt weakly TV *rt.rrimming ,. I reported
It tltttr deah and, lee m.Iced r, tcmftrttbl thus mabn;, ,ftp, scandal the, first magnitude IfillU' for a 4.19: series. Nice Schrnoyer: had a 177 Jor a 4 ,." U .l.l. Your wtlahl' mull *."'. is teared'by political Waahington bowling ,Irll. Sue Smith picked aeries Chuck Shanley,hs"4 a 170 .f your Sunday Sun Newel) to the!' cllntlI'and 1111,240 to
dawn. btttutt II ytui- Iwo *o.ttr ; if a senator tells a and for 485 serif ,nitd Ken
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Will tell.. you, whtn." you .>t ,In.. up split sod Sylvester J3; DeLand the state. Grand Sale
juri.lbout "wet" dinner Radio
y'a wtign' itt*. dtt ri, tf ...tit grand .; a picked up the 5.6 split a nick 520 series. Most of the first year's license Opening ,
I OORINIX fit and" lies..50'0..11; ....,er. Of IKt..u.'wtrNftp .. given senators by a Wall i In the DeLand Mixed, Stu Me- Edna Duval had two nice 151: WJBS WOOO tax money' was paid by boatmenIn

you lltn.: rue If ytu rtillyWnl Street broker; Kechnle had a turkey royal : game 010 1e.0. UIO Ie.C. the first six months.
t* tut ..w.. tn your tttlnfi. AT ;THE. DRE1U Thflma Holland had a turkey as Matt Moron had a turkey From July 1 to Dec. 31 last
*sod ptwtrful Ittt wtliht im,...ODMINSX.... Tht OOMINIX tin bt "Fast.Company" with Evelyn did Ed Holland and Elsie Wells royal: Janet Calkins had a tur year, boat owners paid 1755-:55.: Held Over Thru Saturday By
plan. tttt M.to sad I. ..Id! tn. (hitutrmttti Brent, Jack Oaki. Rich. Helen McKecbnle picked up the key. Bin Meinclt picked up the UrgeaTreteCheckTALLAHASSEE! of which the counties received

.N<..n lull. It ptlupii net tttiiflt the .<...ftp....any t* ard "Skeeti" Gallagher 6710," Lucille Whitney lot the 5.(.10. Elsie Melnelt the 3-7, and. $323.245: the Conservation Department Popular Demand!
ytup, drug lot and eat your fulltotnty AS ADVERTISED 2110. Hllma Anderson the 110, Fran Calkins the 5.7. ; (AD State said

biok. Nt alas uttiltnt I is ttl.* with tiltttfThtOOWINCX tnliuirtnltt Arrow collars 10 eenta'silkE; Elford Thompson the 5-8.0. GET SPLITS Forester Hux Coulter urged BT ward County's share of the ENDS 5:30 '
( by BUY lOMANQI PMAKMAOVDtLn rayon shirts, 13 cents' ; union In the Palm Fashions League In the' Split Happy Ladles woodlands owners yesterday to collections' from Jan. 1 to June SALE SATURDAY!

.. Man mars rilli suits two for 95 cents Ruth Schmoyer had a 16ft game League Della Grove rolled a check for salvageable timber toppled 30 this year totaled $10,429. /'
and she also picked up the 4 5-7 clean game Edle Uttlng rolled by hurricanes Cleo and. Other counties and amounts:

split Melons Young got the a nice 191 and a !903 'series Dora. Alachua $352. Bav $ 65. Bre- Save To 40 '
5810. Gl'nevlebftrt picked up the He said auto property shouldbe vard $2ni: Dade J9.TU. Duval Up % i
In. the Bowlerettes Scratch 51; Thelma Vickers the 56-10: checked to determine whether $.1.6.\'. Escambla $1.491. Hills,
League Sophie Woodson' rolleda Margaret Frlck the 3 (, Marie! standing water can damage; borough $2.947, Lee 42.203. Leon
.478 settee Lois Rowe a 491 Monroe got tire 27. fry Reyn timber.. $361 Manatee J1.T17. Marion !
series, and Sandy Kennedy had olds tuned la the only turkey Coulter said a recent! aerial silo?. Monroe $1.783. Orange $3. On This Special Group of !Hi-Fi! i
a 445 setter The Odds 'N Ends had a real survey of north Florida Indicated 200. Palm Beach $3.329, Plnellas
The Pin Belle Scratch League nice night this week Ann Wilkinson timber losses from hurricaneswere $',386. Polk $2659. Putnam $429. And Stereo Recordsl Check
also had some nice scores.! rolled a 152; Joyce Morris jiegllglble. St. Johns $240. St. Lucie $623. 'eml'i I
Irene Yacks rolled a 174 game; had a 152: Lola RIMe a 153: Sarasota $2,438. Seminole $660 ,
Pat Lilly had a 483 series. Edie Joyce Coffin a 157: Wilma the 5-810 and Lucile Whitneygot and Volusla 1491. i
I I I t Yluu W1TI t'yq; Uttlng had a 476 series, Norma Sheets a 191; Velma'Madlgan a the 510.Anyone '
I 195; Berate Schaefer a 172 and who Is Interested! In REGx $3.981 NOW 2.49
161: Jean Ogden a 132; Ruth sponsoring a team In any of our
WORLD SERIES SPECIAL( Oakley a 181 and Sandy Kennedy leagues, we would be glad, to % Earned

BOULEVARDDIIYItN had 137, in. 183 for a 491 have you. There are quit a few 6 Oa Yon
TMUTXIOpe aerie Francis Sheets had a teams who! are still looking for Monet
nice 523 series and Wilma Madl sponsors In the adult leagues
IllS had a 506 series, Joyce Coffin and !It Is a good way of getting .
> ':15LAST .... ,:.. If REG. $4.981,
had a 402 series and Lola some advertising you NOW $3.49
NIGHT Rowe had a 437 series.VUma. i ar interested just let Pat or ,...0 '
16re glln "lING 0' TJlI ROAIING 20'- also had a turkey to her credit Abe Lilly know and they will 124.
David JaaiieaAt Shirley Wilson picked up the 5-7 notify one of the teams who OSSSoU
RUYIC100tT1qAgOtke7Ne51giegw Eileen Sturnlck got the 27 as seed sponsoring
did Lucille Young Jean. Ogden
3Daoket *:M"DONOYAN1 picked lip the S 6-10 split also. REG. $5.98,.
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CITY Mr. and

usa' 1RXLfr: wn.t.JTr: Mi*. George Tenny of Ace Park:
.... LOCH rofJOag .*. and their daughter Mary Jane
LAKE HELm Folk returning !Win Red White
ORA1t0I CITY t'IWIII who has been home on n th..... Ribbons
fjaXE Rolf ttt-Mtt from till North art tell' ,
month furlough from her mission
k tag about the cool weather,
pout In Colombia, South America
4 really cold nighta, and we will
returned recently from nn
be hearing about the -
1 extended trip with their travel noon gargeoua LAKE HELEN The Lake la the club events, Late Helen
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tall It's itlll warm
foliage.
trailer They visited the office Helen Bojt' 4.H dub came homo took two red rlbbont and tied
Lake Helen here but them are signs of fall
4 leeting Officially
Opens of the Latin American Mission with red and whit ribbona won
and one of the pettiest I haveseen with the DeLand club for third4
Orange CityShuffleboard In Bogota, N.J., and Mary Jane. U at the Sarnett National In the many event they com.
. PersonalsLAKE patents were thrilled to meet Bank oa Indiana, Ate In De pried In at the county Tally at place ta the overall event.

.. many of the minion personneland Laud Aa I drove Into a parking Camp McQuarrie la it Saturday Individually, Tom Craft west
Orange City Scout Year they also took a look at the place in front of the bank the Wayne Johns 4 H leader, and three red ribbona for till tenlf.
HELEN Alice (Mn. World' Fair. other day I lust tat and drank the following boys took part \lathe sack race a tit ball throw and

Ted I Rorton of Jacksonville Mary Jane's Itinerary willie In the beauty of ,the pyractntha daylong rally tn the Ocala the 100.yard dash Rickey Smith

Club EventsORANGE tam last Thursday and spent traveling with her parents Included bushes he.vy with; orange berries National Forest: Rickey! Smith, a white ribbon for third place M

I ORANGE CITY Tnt opening The theme for the the weekend with Mary Behr- n visit with her brothers flanked on each tide with Ronnl Johns, Donald and Ot- the Junior tack net: Donald
month of Oe- man They spent Saturday In Robert and George, with their crotoni In yellow) and brown tar Peterson Tommy Chris and Peterson won t red ribbon for
the season for Orange city totter
t wlU be
"Anlmala In St"r- Orlando visiting friend families In Rochester N.Y., and Wllldni the 50 dash, and whlftf
: CITY Last Tue* tones. Against the brick of the Kelley Craft George -yard a
ub Scout Pack 544 was mid lea" and the
ffldal at t chicken! dinner at- be held Oct. next meeting will day evening 12 teams from the Anna Nease will leave tomorrow attendance at Robert's wedding; building It marie<< a beautiful and :Ruddy SIIMn1,,". They were ribbon, third, tn the softball
30 Orange City Shuffleboard dub for Franklin. N.C., to a week at the Camp Sankanac, picture and I wondered who was accompanied by Mn. John, Joy throw Chris Craft won a red'
\ 75
v ended approximately persona Following a short buninen played at DeLand with U teama drive Kathleen and Jim Shelley Bible Club Movement Camp InPennslvanla responsible for its planting and Gay John and Mra. Echoli I ribbon ascend U the 10-yard,

r lut Friday night In Jan meeting, a skit will be presented from the Del. nd Cub The home They will arrive Sunday where she was the Beautiful exotic, red blllbergtasam Wilkins ..wim.I .
flamy Hall. with members of the four dens Ann Dicker-ton Is home froma
high game for Orange City was missionary speaker; aide trips blooming In my town and
Mr. Richard! Harris and Mri.Scryl pirtidpating. Two short movie 225 made by George and summer spent In New Jersey, to Orchard Park N.Y.. Erie,
on animal will be ahown. Par- point New York and Pennsylvania. vourt.TLfB I---- Orange City PersonalsORANGE I
S Nettles den mother, Florence Roberts, with Roy and Pa, and Toronto, Canada, to MEETING
Served .pots are to work She had a wonderful time butts
If the dinner of chicken urged with the pleas Wohford racking a high of visit friends. The pace qulckena aa clubs begin
f riato aalad beam, colt slaw boys and attend. park meetings. IT* for DeLand. The remits of glad' to get home and get to OHIO VISIT their winter season With\ : CITY New' resident her cousin. --

,1. il! and beverage. All cub scout dew" are to be paid the games were 22 for DeLaad work straightening out .her. garden The trip led to Ohio where the October meeting. School carnivals of Breetewoed Part art RELVg BxTLTLtP

f Daryl Ganung, cuhmaster pie- by March 1. Any boys who art and 13 for Orange City with missionary spoke and showed loom In lion too-distant Silvio and Grace Morin who Mr. and Mrs G rdnG' Ra1L
1 sided at the abort buiini meetng eight year old and Interested Orange City winning the playoff Marie Seller and her sister' slides at her home church future. Covered-dlsli nippers art have moved Into their new home have rtturned to their home del:

which followed the dinner. In Joining the cub may con 100.92. Margaret Craig of Memphis. Bethany Presbyterian In Alliance I coming thick and t.l!. Last !Sunday tl 23.15! Polnsettta Drive.A N. Pint St. aJtrt tptmtlng foug-:

1 + special guesti were the Rev. tact Cubm.-ter Ganung. The referee were Guy Aldrichfor Ten. arrived lent Friday and and to Canton where they the Methodist Church dining family dinner. was given at months In the North. Ea raotr'

I ilr.. and Mr. liner L. Patterson mange City and Roy Barr ant catching up on their fishing were the guests of Mr. and Mrs room was filled to capacity and the home of Mr and Sir,. North they visited Mn. Ratt'gbrotherlnlaw ,

ot the First Congregational for DeLand. Flora McNeil was Marie had. been In Ohio visitingrelatives. John Day. She spoke In Wootter groups ate In Sunday Schoolrooms George) Holzmann ot E. Iris and sinter Utt'

Church along with new cub CassadagaPersonals the scorekeeper. Cleveland Youngstown East as nearly 100 people! from Drive, Rreeiewnod Park:, Sunday and Mr. L. C Debeeo., ta We. ,

I scouts and their parents. DeLand teams were la play at hob Mr. And back Mrs.at Lawrence their home BJotk- Canton Orrvtlle. Alliance, Ohio, the Methodist and Congregational In celebration of the birthday town Pt4 and their sod u4
are on
New scouts Included William Orange City this Tuesday evening High Street. They spent the and In MoundavtUe, W. Va. churches sod their. guests of Mn. Holanann.! : Present d.uhler.III.Ia", Mr. and Soiree

"Butch" Marshall and Mr and and the games started at summer In New Enl.nd.Am""l En route south they stoppedto gathered for supper Saturday were Mr end Mn. Fred Tlhhltts, Lowell Rtla. In Monrotvfflt, ftv

lira. John Marshall: Eddie Lam. I:30 p.m. Results will be printed the Lake Helen. folk tee friends, Mr and Mi.. night the American Legion( and Tom Holzmann Mri. Nancy Going on to New York stttt, then
next week. Howard Hanson and daughters auxiliary get together. for a Russell and tattle Laurie and the spent three week ta Jamtstowv i
bert> and MI'I. Bruce Lambert; CASSADAGA C. HarrtnonEnge The regular Red and Black visiting the Seminole Mall Mrs.last In Lexington Ky., where Mr family night covered dish supperat Holxmanns. Belated. birthday N.Y., with another tea ud-
and Mike dark and Mr, dark ] will be the speaker at the Interclub: tournament was heldSaturday Wednesday were Mr. and Hanson la studying for his PhD the Le(1on Home at I pm. wlshea daughter-ln Mr. and ten

D. Arrlngton.Charlea 2:30 pm. service! of the First evening. George" bell Louis and Ramstark and May and Dum- Th* last atop before Orange City ; After supper Donald Lobe and Approximately' kill members ef Robert Rein, and family. They'were

Webb grandson of Spiritualist Church nf Cattadaga Roberts and by H'fMI'C scored Behrman., Ruby Henry lunched Mary was Ben Llppen. a private Christian Helen' Frame, both ot Lake Tomahawks and Junior Tomahawks the guestt for six weak ti;

lira.. Gertruda Kuhn received Sunday Marts Mallory will be the high of 247 for the black' team and attended They the shopped beautiful, new boarding school In Aihvlll, Helen! will give their report ot of the St."John's District Mr. Reia'i brother and sister-la.. .
his lion badge and a fold and the inlolit and Mrs. E. E. White and Claude Olson and Ernest cinema N.C. to tee two students. who had :Boys Slate and Girls Rta'e and thtlr families had an outing law, Mr. and Mn. Harold Rada.

silver arrow. will be at the organ Welmer the high of 240 for the Charlotte Folsom went to Dayton < jut begun 10th grade" In the where they represented the local at Camp La.Mitrll...* lat Saturday tt Lakewood on Lain Chwtati

BIRTHDAY GIFT The Summit Spiritualist Magazine red team. The red team won Beach Wednesday after.' United States after being grsdu- Legion and auxiliary this summer The Tomahawk am lead. qua] and two weeks with aai

Cubmaster Ganung received a for October la out and In It the playoff. 1M.:58. Bonn. Business was combined sting from the Mlmlnnarlei' See you thenCHAR.. en of boy scout troop who ... other brother and hit wife, Mr.-*

birthday gift from the cuba and la announced the annual meetingof Guy Aldrich and Al Mead were" with pleasure and aha enjoyed Children's School in Colombialast LOTTE. tlit In the activities of Camp end ten A. R. Rein tn Jtmtf

presented by Mr*. George Collids. the National Spiritualist Ace the referees. and Epplt Blakely dinner and spent the evening Junt. ..... and the Junior Tomahawksare town N.Y. Tripe were mad to'

t soelsrion of Churches, OctoberS the tcorekeeper. with brother and sistdnlaw, Mary Jane was driven to aaslatantt. The icoutt earn Rochester, N.Y. and Vaa Bum'
Den mothen art to meet next -'. at the daypool Hotel In BmniDAr LUT Eddie and Mary Williams. Miami lilt Saturday by her par OC Firemen their! title by participating In Point on Lake Erli.

Monday night at 7.30 In Jane Indianapolis Ind. Rev Arthur On\ the Birthday Calendar. this Herb and Sue Moms returned entt and flew AVTANCA on Sunday the rampnreei. The afternoon Longtime friends of Mn. V

Murray H. U. M}''eri pastor of the First Spiritualist week la the name of Ralph'' Riga. home Saturday afternoon from -leaving at a n m. and arriving was spent In swimming and H. EMerkin: tnd Mn. Adelaide"

Mr. Richard Harris) .la den. I Church: of Cassadaga left low who celebrates Oct. I. Have a month spent visiting their In Barranqullla, Colombia Auxiliary playing games and supper was Sherman give t birthday party-

mother ot Den One and Robin today to represent hla church. a good day wherever you are. children and other relatives in '' South America, at 2 pm. She enjoyed !by all In their honor Saturday afiejvnoon
Lambert la den chief. Cuba tn There will he many of our winter The president Bill Calhoimwlshea Pennsylvania. 'I' will resume her duties ss a BACK FROM NORTH nt the horn of Mn. Elder.1

the den are Richard Harris, Tonl vlslton attending aa delegatesof to thank the building Italene Prone U hortt after. I teacher at the Carmel Colony Hold MeetingORANGE Mn Robert K. Ransom Sr. ot kin. Present to enjoy till two

.. Long Wayne Lanagan Mark their borne state ..I clallon.. chairman AI Mead and hit paint. a trip that took her ,several' School Oct. 1.Speaker. E. Unlvf rsiry Avt. U horn again birthday cakes and let craann

Schllcher, William Marshall and rested on the Bulletin. Board era for a fine Job Inside and out. weeks and covered many atates. after a visit In the North Mrs wen Mrs H. E. Mutilate Mrt.
Eddie Lambert- They meet on It the announcement of the first aide the clubhouie.! The men who Among the states where she Is Set CITY The first Ransom spent most of the time J. R Jeffrey Mrt. John Stmmom. -

t Thursday. combined rummage, baked painted were: George Roberts, Malted relatives and friends regularly scheduled] dinner of with her titter, Mn. Howard L. Mri. Gordon Rtla. Sin
goods .sale and luncheon" of the the fall season of the Orange City Florence Rexford. Mrs Pauline
Ganung den mother Guy Aldrich Charles Parkinson, were Illinois and Mlchlgsn. Chambers, tn Valparaiso, Ind..
Mrs. Daryl and Gent Lawrence Ladles' Auxiliary To be held In BUI Salmond, Ken Thornton Solon Chalker returned home For Garden Meet Volunteer Firemen sad the tuxUlary whose husband died. A trip was Brooke Mn. Lulu Taylor. Mrt.
of Den Two the Recreation Han Monday jail tales was held recently at the Glenn [,,1'11011. Mn. Robert J,
chief. Cuba la this Walter Bantt. Louis Dankworth, week *\tth ot a wonder made to Otego N.YIn August
Is den
Marvin Oct. 12 the baked goods salt will Frank Rebac Axarlua Gouln till trip. He went to Ant Arbor ORANGE CITY Mn. Roy Lion Clubhouse by Mn. Rananrn to attend the Ransom Sr., Mn. Jtiiamlnt)
den are Danny Drew Ga begin! at 10 ..m. and a paper Art Wright Ernest Welmer and Michigan to visit hit son S. U Taylor past president of the [)e. Approximately 40 membenwere wedding of her granddaughter Boyer r.| DeLand and the gutttt M-
Schllcher and Jeff and day plate luncheon will he served Bill Calhoun Chalker Jr. and they had a tint Land Garden Cub will .be.. guest present and enjoyed meatloaf Claudia Tyler The wedding of honor .

nung. Mrs. Ganung will pick up from 11:30: a.m."through the noon Tilt club members were saddened time taking tide trips from speaker at the first fall meeting and scalloped potatoes prepared service was held at tile Methodist CARRIERS BACK

the boy. and return them to their. hour. by the newt of the deathof there. Among the places they ot the Change City Garden Out by the committee, and the Church with ,the reception Mr and Mrs Harold Carrion

lime. Den Two meets on Wednesday Mrs Eva Box was ,taken ,to I John Seery Sept 22 In Mad visited were Niagara Fell.placee ., Monday, Oct. I at the Dickinson! vegetables. aaJada and desserts for 179 Nest at the home of ef E. Lansdowne Ave. returned
*' the. Flak Memorial Hospital! In one Conn. He Is survived by hla of littereit In Mlchlgaa: Memorial Library Hall. Her subject brought by the ladles Mrs Mri. Rtnom' eats In.Isw and )last Thursday after spending tat

DEN MOTHERS DeLand. Monday evening for wife and a daughter, Mrs. Chester and they took a trip across the will be "fertUlitng." Thorns H. Crews, Mn. Clarence daughter, Mr. and Mrs C. H. summer at their summer home. '
Mrs. James Peters .la den mo- examination and treatment Dodge and three grandchil Canadian Border. The business meeting tt 2 p m. A. Lane and Mr*. Thorn W Tyler She also attended a on Lake Mattawi, near Orangt'
Three and Reggie Gertrude (Mr Joel Kraemer Gladys Slxmt underwent sur be Crews were the committee. Mast. -
Jier of Den dren. The leery home it on N will preceded by a covereddish ] family reunion tt ,the homo of
egan la den chief. Cuba ini has returned to her home from Thorpe Ave lid the couple gory at Fish Memorial Hospital luncheon at 12:10 p.m. Mrs. Mrs Leslie J, Dyer, acting her nephew, Vernon Eldeikln III Mr. and Mrt. Louis Sherwood

den are David Bartlett DaPetera. Buffalo where aha .ha. been planned to return this fall. Deepen Tuesday morning Wt wish for Martha Brebner social chair.* president presided at the meetIng Erie, Pa. Mn. Ransom had not of Orlando wete gutstt at Pits V.

d Cave Booker, Weston visiting her children and ether .sympathy. extended to bit her a speedy) recovery, man-telephont n"ml-4. In of the auxiliary at Mrs seen. sore of thou (here for Dvt Roscoe Chatterton Friday for a.
IWellmaker and Alan Collins relative. family. ILLNESS NOTED charge Kenneth Blgjt, president .had. cookout steak dinner ,

iBen Three meets on Wednesday. Alta Grovt was out from De- Mr. and Mra. Claude Olson of I Lillian Mulr was no sooner The yearly programs' will bedlitrlhuted moved out of town. Al a spell Mrs Clinton C Oherty bas n- I )ft. and Mrs Leslie! 3. Dytr,

Mn. Beryl Nettles la den mo- Land Monday getting her house Buena Vista, have returned tn I welcomed bark ta Lake Helen at the meeting election Mrs Warren Schofleldwaa turned to her home on W Dlx ICtntlniwd M rigs Xlght)
or Deft Four and Joey Und and yard cleaned ta readinessfor when aha had to return' la --------- elected tt serve al Dtttldtitt
tler their home after. an extended I ton Ave, after being away for six
( say l la den chief Cuba In till her winter guests. trip through Indiana Iowa and California because ef the serious. Club Takes Ride for the coming year. .. Mri. Dberiy visited her Civic Group Holds;'
Illness of a daugh'er-ln, Mn.
dell an Dennis 'Stane)', Torn Mrs Ann Richter of Sarannta New Orleans The OUoat PLAN MADE ton-In.l lew and daughter, Mr. ,
Lindsay Jim Manney, Mike was the weekend guest of Betty traveled about 5.ON) mice Moir left Tuesday after having Plant went made for the tuxOltryt and Mri. David Wreach. It Long Social Meeting\
Oar and Gent Long. The den Phillips. NEW RESIDENTS been at till home of her ton and LAKE HELEN Last Saturday autumn dance te. be held Beach, Cal. la Toledo Ohio, set
Marta Rnynton, Hamilton of the dulh"r.IJI.I.w. Pick and Lyadll afternoon, 13 members ofthe Nnv 21 l/l Dickinson Memorial\
Thursday
ef and
I on Mr. Mn. En.at.R"It1 of was till guest her inn
and
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ORANGE CITY 1
Molt M Just week -
Princess Iesa a Lake Helen Riding dub Auditorium. Mis. aVho-
10') Hot..ll.)10111 Library "auIII.r.llIl.w )It, tnd Mn.
I Webalot art Inc boy { Windsor Lack Conn art thl1I111111".ellll of the '
Beach lilt Last Friday evening, BraMrs. mounted their WIN and look will be chairman Orange OtyTtrrtre
rubwit spent weekend with 19 field general and and
Robert
the family
between Oherty
rold and of Mr. and Mn. .
( Bbl Alice Civic AsMcltQos waa.held
entntala.dLillian
friends the the trail out Dupont They the chairmen\ of
/4 on ground way tileS following law and Mr,
win In "
and they meet Roberta of E. French a son daughter
age George Moir Friday conning la the Com
Hazel Zettl Lou.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Engel spent returned to Blake Park late In committee were. appointed)
home ot Jack Schllcher.avitt Ave. Mr. Reid Is Mra. Roberts'brother and Mrs Richard Spoerl. Whilela Howard ..ll.president .
j I. Roberts Hazel Caste! andBessie munlfy Ctnter ? '
at Wednesday and Thursday with the afternoon to be Joined by Mrt. Dyer tickets and 11.111) Mn. Toledt a trip to Canada wee
Ave Wednesday and the couple will be the briafbutlneit
? his brother, Harrison, and Duncan Cummings at dinner their' families. for an old fashioned Beryl Nettles, publicity i DouilaaHagadom. made with her ton and family presided at
In this area with the Roberts anrtltll,1r
group staying tad It
followed of was
meeting
p.m. by aa evening cards
Beck. The whose wiener rout and topped situRussell Troy.
Engels, ,
W.bb and Michael new home at 304 N. Orange The celebration was twofold returning through Mlchlf.". The voted to purchase chain for the
home Is Melbourne were on the tt off with loomed marthmallowt.Mlrh. em. sntcki; Mn. Thorn** W. .
Ave. Is ready to be ecn!pled. A "welcome home" to Lillian Hour return trip to Orange City pan Center and to renew liability aad
Iowa -- and Sin RuttellTrover
way to city Iowa to visit crew., tousle
MEETING' SET I welcome to Orange City la extended and Loul made by |J.t.11Mt. fire Iniursnce .
i their son and d.ualll.r.IIII..., i "happy birthday" to tRoberta. ,. for a visit with '*'k... decoration. (t11ACfMr policies.Mans
meeting\ of commltteemendea the Rev, and Mn. Robert Engel. to these folks. \ brother law and sister. Mr. Mr. Douglas Hagadmt wit ware made for a severed
Mr and Mn. Clarence Atwood Robert of and Mrt. Roy Woodward dish and for Think
mothen was held Mon. The Rev Engel la a Methodist Louisa wan guest and Mn. ftttnley. Redman. welcomed nt t gene member, sapper
nf FlorUand Mobile Hornet Park honor tt another dinner were In ST' Petersburg1 'eafiy IIvtn Chrlatmat and New Teat
evening this week In Jane Minister there. They will visit birthday Heading horn they stopped In The by.'..* WIN reed, w ,
Announcement was have returned home after their Saturday evening when Columbus Ohio for a visit with i and visited flr'Wondward'sce parties.
Hall. and and
ay another SOB and la law reeled approved a
i of a round taMe to be held Mr. and Mra. Jim daughter Engel! InSpringfield. Ahrstream Caravan trip through. Mary Miner Invited Louise. ,...,.. son and. daughter.In.law, Dr. I will be give to tarh member copy aa uda, Calvin Zing Who It recovering There were :21 members pni-

I la HopUna Han at Lake HI., on their eastern Canada.. There were 230 JaIl Rehrend, Hazel I 2>ttle] Lillian and Mn. Leveme Kuhn. They i their due are peill.I \ In tile hopltal from a lilt and three goads Mr. tad
in at S ,.m. Boy acouta cubuts hoe way trailers 'In this caravan and CM Molt and Hart! Catsel to her were there fnr the annual DINE JMTCD but accident Mri. Lies -VUbt... of Dayton.

i, den mothers committee- Marta Mallory la again at her people.Art home An evening tt card fol "Little Brown Jug" running of I The men :. attend the fire Mri. V. Rosen Chttterton wit Ohio, tad Ctrl Steen of Orange,
tad Norah Wonnacott have lowed.Mr honored with a birthday party
hones Last for sty
inouting pacing stop was
and Interested la Hall Ih.compl.led school during tile week prior to
anyone apartment Brigham
u urged to attend her summer'a been 01 this last week with virus and Mn. Dewey Ltttln a day each In Llncolnton and Oct.ld their wtvet. win tt- last Wednesday evening at the\ Two sound film were ihowt.tad .

art at Mountain stagingengagement and were missed en the courts. and her brother, William Henry Hickory, N.C., where Lotherwaa tend ham dinner on that day home of Mr. and Mn, Ernest C. refreihmenti ef ,dotagaaati!
a
Springi of New Brttala. Conn., spent born and raised. They made Ansley In Clenwood, Mr. and and coffee nerved. The gent
Hotel Pa. and under IN direction of Mrt. Dyerand
Camp Ephreta Garden Club Saturday vUittng Mr. and Mn. It ever a weekend II.11I' to Remark Mri. Chatterton and (he other mettlag wilt be held Oct. I.
"A Stages win begin the season here' next Andrew burner at their home the old country church he attended Mn. Jerry guess, aa well at the:. Analeyt,
Sunday as soloist with the First Plans on Merritt Wand The day was and of C'0IIt"1111 d A business melting .la scheduled art former. residents! of Nlagva, Good Deedf Performed
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Spiritualist Church et Caisadagt. MeetingLAKE for Oct, 2) at the home of
i spent en the patio end in the relatives and friend In both Falls, N.Y.'
swimming pool. Before the Lat. towia. Horn looks good they Mn. Ruaiett Tmjer at 1:30: p.m. : Mri. Beryl Ne"... and goon I LAKE; nsuaf: ,Tit .Uk I I IHtltn

Blanche and Reid Williams 'I HELEN The Lake Has returned to Lake Helen. say, and they really ar. glad AH members art urged tea al> : Lisa, Walter tadill, were InOrUaVJ ; say aVmitf have .been .> I
pen House spent last Sunday with their ens.teaew Helei. Garden Cult will start the their hosts served.. them a .bait. ft'. .arm-"K' bon cold up lend. t>xihniiti and, coffee will I Sunday ,visiting Mrt lag their pot dteda by UlpUgclean .

and daughter! ,' Harry and season with It* OrI'fI"- meeting cued Meek dinner with all 'the there" Luther said : be served I Nettle IT>ear-ald' grmdmothertnd i up sinned the Ltglo
Nerled KulesU, and family laFlagler. lit the borne of Mn. Madle -- --- --- -- *
fixing Hmry and Durtln work.ed the t boy* grtal grandmother IIMne and la Hak Part.
.. LAKE HELEN: Aa peahouat Reinert m Tuesday. Ort 1. at together at New Britain tor Home Club MreU Mn. Lola Ntlm. Also visit Tha tnp mtett at the Ltgtoa
held following the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ran have J pm.Mn.. six years Diana .It now. employed lag there wes Mr and Mn. !home every Friday tghe with (l
( was HELEN The &..akfRtt.1I
| Crst meeting of the Lake Helen" returned M, their home oa M... II Carroll Guthrtrige\ and by Boeing Aircraft' at 'he Aoy way ysulj15r'S LAKE Home DemoftsfratVM- club Herbert NeWs, ta sane ef Un. I Carroll Heath acting Scoot .I
aacknatetta Ave. from Mn. Jensen will be
Buffalo Ralph cohostesses.
Cape and Henry .la consideringcoming
Jean Mttter
Nettles and Donna Ntlmt p
school luditorUimlast ,
PTA at the It. Perk
| .. at Blake
this morning ,
evening. where they. have been viattJng Jack Reed of DeLasd to Lake Helen M make met ____ I
Thursday relative win speak on "froetpronf glut.Inge" his home.Lena : Eva Pfaacmuller! presented the atetJar i<
the g.inip.l.Jane. THE FINEST
Honored were lAlTfTM AUtlYE program "'Family Lift Education.
JLTI'N BOISE
and
O. dementi Jr..
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Mn. dement Mn. Nancy Clarence and Pauline Sautter Mr. C. R. Rlrbardwn. Lau Lamed wit home from WELCOME .
teacher" arrived home from Gainesville Helen Garden Gab president. the ()roI"a1natfll1um" MNv Plant were fompMeif for the I
Hogle kindergarten baa received lavtlart/m fur t County Council meeting that will YOU won REED
an week.
Mn. Paul Langstoti. music Jut Friday and hope they\ art Smyrna Retch last cU3
TO DELAND he held \an Hopkins Hall Oct. 39.
teacher Betsy Pcnab-gton. first- bow to stay darenc hu beet Lake Helen member te Jots Che speef" Wednesday sod n.,.
grade teacher; : Beatrix CrIbMe, ndergtuig treatment at the t'nl- with the Orange City Garden day with .her daughter Dwv IS WELCOME The DtLeMi Spring Horn DFTEli; BUT ,
Owb for Ka ant "'"""I. stoat- then Denxwstrstto Cub trill be eo- "
second pad teacher, and Mn. witty; Teaching Hnepttal and .IsrecupejaBng Dusenbury, tad grandson, '
WHEK 'fDU
Stanley Leiher,.third-and ... at home. day Oct. t. The meeting wffl IPauLLother hotteMt.Lejrlnn. 00...
II begin with a owed dish. hnthenn and Cookie Kuhn v WAGONa
vrd5. teeck.r.CALTh. Mr. and Mrs. lAW Brassier '" Cd 111J .1
LL lET have left for thetr knme 'In Grand I at the DtcktowNi Memorial I rhea lame Monday eveaiirfrem Meet SetLAKE .... ff'1
M I Library in Orant city at UJ9pm. a trip that covered Lana
Fan*. El. Y I Ernest GrtrIwII'JrMI.IN'pIIf'w.
Lyle
tMs meeting pre- RID '
At the bu The Legion w''ftjlOUst
mOet sad tpetned U states it led) at hats, ear a., Main { t
sided! over by Mr*. R.T. Penner. and he and Mrs.Braneler and Aintllary will meet at the
Lake Helen metnhei wishing They Brat went !* Memphis. M /its. esd -- M Ladelw AnWICI llmec
the aernmpaalH hit I.t.IWM
ft was decided beheld an- to attend ahouM ran Mn. RJrttntMii I Tenn. to meet th4r "alld' shed M ate, M Me....l tWdiiKna. Legion Horn' at f p.m. Saturday
..
tile of The
anal achool carnival at a enople wee few a covered disk tupper,
tomorrow Friday s* daughter darn Jean Harts.wao 5
bodies .
three al them have been .
Now T. hnmeroom doingn tk DenaMLeaner
school on Following upper,
he me/te na4tUMpnttatUm seat
reeervatlntM returning by plane
ran
mothers' meettaf waa called lot el sightseeing around the who represented Pest We In Repairing t
planned. Jar tore from Jtpea. They were ""steedby Specialize
tar Wednesday to make plats ae... wM need t. darn Jane. hrofswr. Ranald \ 12T at fVya' State, and Helen
far the carnlvslMrt. A number al .ktterejrted Wkta Mina wso la. at.NMed at \1 Frame who. reprtsetiad Auxiliary .
Penaer sntredwH 89bk thin area attended the meertug BIythevlIl Air Terre Bane Ark Vnttn at Ctrl*' State All! Makes Of

Behread was lontituse Mhachrwrn caned by the Lake Helen OyCarntnMM mra TMTMHC of The Kntuu' Hasgh'er LId tw .In- ne.e erases. win glue retxrtt. The AmflUry I

Router tad Lana TnstvUy light fcr Lie Bteahetk tad WOaw Lnrtvard. -we.e.rapy.-------" win banish tells mad settee. Autimatlc Washers2de4od4'

Noe. .har. .Ulptr gad Mn.Ltiaard the pap.e *f duewawfnrwMfigw <>. LId toga dMgh.w, Jady, i .serra.naa.i :
IJImIt1.l0f1! to at swr/iI.
Laflla wh II OMehaol *..Thwe had keaai a bed ef aVtoey 6hJa. yttid ....,; Town Meet Set 5
atcnury. I**"*'* Lams re tent ..... a eeeasknaatrafts fam.y fur a ....."'. tut .lasted II Ieas I .
camdUs wa mufele tt MpnoeaL in rate hr the tight awe < inr Ore tnttdtrM day They OR*"" *1PI STY The' meal'.

intrW Caarlea cat Bgkt between Lake Beta Md then sank clan J..n and Joey I tr aaeetlaf aC 'N QraaM OwTown

mewihertht? chairman. la le.- CMMadagaTheee KfMs hate ORAM6E CITYLIMIER to Bbe ......... ....... Kern .rw..l r....... will he held at t

.tog lorward to a haar year ta been pai4 tar tl Are rate te* il .... JtrtI are sanded. in foUrrr a "-- Mes- r... taoa. to tike HajL_
asenlrnhtp. ewe a Meads hjr frtptrtr earn the .... Linker and Ontie I Gtee..oeernero lib .. ... ......

tuQiaMC to each Bfh and ise *ie.o.nteeaasatwar then TMle4. at 1'IIdwa" Kftttera I DeUe4 ese rN.sZ of m"er e.. t 3Sayrllalad' OM-THE-BOOTXVARD

REMEMBER the city based H wvraw ta nt eepretrs ) they hued XI penis age. er .. d /.agar I Ltr BiWiVltttitf aNd tMMtNWMf .We larteJI ... KervtM. Ev*.ftk.n. Wt se.. N

n JEST the raev A. ,...... ., Uesett I tt1.llaaetureee betore ttaf ee to Sy EAS DOU ..
BBQra rtCb Dee D 7ar taeaCA4v Set MB*! wa agreed pen enaaewaaa.Anti to HtM the JJcl.rde.F1.It \ .,.... A. UM.aW tJa..M'... .i.
) rod er@ be btDa4 bar II Oniber. mere \0 ey w..'..Graad Baptdw '"-'- wfi be eww5 ta.

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10 KUND (FLORIDA SON INorihwoitVoluila THURSDAY, OCT. ,1M4 11 PBbtbf-fvvMr Rtiflbf 22 Up..twlat-ltn.. 26 Hi'y' Bt4t-Msl4) lit aesbne DppIrtRIrIII 41 Arden" 1 '


P55ITO 1S t DISHWASHER aad Pltanm ...*.. OIL BUtlNIM fw *. auaile wailer: 1 valor"..arWart"'f USED FURNITUREBY '
'toCi.
s15t=:;ntn': ; J.1f'fI" h.P r, ., dally.I Pktaw .,pl, III patM Ted-'*'T *r aka S,:na. A (120.00 E.cule Oa...,y nor, Nsl "DORA"
....., hr1en RMwAhIMMa U6'AI 6i!. PIt. .1.& T..... I1I'phrt111ar7 f..1 I llaaJ& ..... rl'Jlr8A: Jtt..l[ nAil Y 11f.
lBeuMvard CAMP/II VtPl "CM1 *fard a r*> .
14.11III.. and slntpprHunt's npif -
and Astor Jill iii S... tnrll. Ph nut *f Flnrtda. Va had: :f :
BCAUTV BAZAAft Monday DeLand Paint & Glass Upholstery Shop. ii lNCCO .arlll .rook apply Financial bark II pianos (I room ,'
Business Neighbors Uirmifjk Frtaay Nip\ PnonaWALIER IV* E. Cr.$.* 1'1IfII. TI4-UM u po.ann at th" Whatahurtar.'C0110111 Flea Market AntiquesOct. Fumltur TOURI for Ui* gy .

111 W. OMITU HOMR AT*.OF Phon TI4-4ZII: ,..' Am.lla and ItIRVICB ltd ad 4t1 141tbw I "., u aaca .( .

13 Jab Prltbs STATION Attendant. *iB 32 ...> Te l.- (',Mwrbr TA. Antlell.th $249.50
PIERSON 9 Peals DURALITE PAINTS. fl t at f
S..1It1 ,.,,.,md. Apply *ft r pm. WIll 'tiT A11D T.K1tIIAf)' TITPT PICK TTTHK >

14 ALSO A (YIMPLET.BdNS. : :PAYMENTS; OP
MoOILL
CHARLES R -
!: POOLS LEA A1AINCHLOftlNI DEAE.ER VVANTtOi Married Man A,aa 23. BURNETT FINANCE CO. OF PU'!VBINO W' PPLIBNTYNER'S '
Hardware & PAINT
Supplies and Arid now In PUAH. III"w.R O.rgla Phon..14.Ill? 4ft. for tat** ..r..C'. and claim HARDWARE
$3.75 Weekly
TIC 11,7'TI.KS at dni-d prlr.a. work Hlh. Bekool gradual COalPLKTW l.l'oUf REKTICIU
FHTR": 'IN.\M1.1.IAMB PAINT: fall I for Imm.dlau fr.. dtllvary PAINTING' aa4 rAPKH BANtllNOFRRB Eel i ,u"; to atari: ft* appointment >ANI TO $40041 IMl N. Bird PhonH4.IMT

and fii prill ARK THF BBS. Phnn. 724.11200 AI M. .BHTIMATF... 114-tlia.: OIVEN 114-4711' : call :l.4'*l. 114 S. ALA. 734-0872 GOOD "...d all ...... 1..1510. WII PI'r-JtOLLA1I'ATI.A L BEDS. fI A II T If".
PlrHM: Kl PPI.1'''( 'tt
COMPLETE rnoi IERVICEL'HiMICAtA
Wanted: GOOD a..d nil fnnarr. WHEKL: CHAIRS I'\"
ALhIn1
2QI'iPMRNT' It WtBr -OM OPT PrintingONI SUARANit0.r.Nniaool':; and .COMMODE CHAIRS
Paving Materials REPAIR! I I.F.AMSO4ltLLKAN: : Roy Washing Machine Loans to $600 order.FRIERSON'S :--::

WATFR l'OSOITln'lIXa: Union Finance Co. ROBERSON.cLARKFURNITURE
NAVE mr .ww_ at lOOirtTBHaiairy Man
TI"'O .q rrtnnl .luck- '11.11'", PHONE, 714-1784A rb..1 ()poe I den ..... Repair t0NATVRU.' FIYRNir0RlAUTOMOBILE. nor THE BOCIETARD:
'O"r driv.wsy w. n. 3loultoo.Amor lI.f_.****. tIT B. Ohl. 7I4-4MI. ( kwt alp M rlatlm IM ratti.IcouldlOn daT wk REAL E'TAT1I. Ow1IER: G..1d 1C. J"I-'t- CO. B
710.2171
arldge Pb. I41'I2bl. 6.. ,A Ace..I.,.'" M.RR1 D"Y H....". w..5 DapChM : I* central rioiHd. w l.oma l.' Wrva 1kn 11, tsLand workduotw.ILn Nova. .11 t BLVD. Plow ,....,.. 221 NM sRd. PIIn" PII.... 714-llf 120 5. BL*,a,
Can y.ur artnttnii erd -tr-nkuaiaaa MARBLE. TOP aah atanjl Spjah -

Announcements '2 GALLONS 117 & Ky. 7 -M'i :,1U.n- nultt-thovaaad* and **I..U.raoaa4_.eardi 5111..t*. SANITARIAN NEEDEDCAREER LOANS TO $600 0101.I...,*,,apool,,,,. Ablnt. "">. tOil 46 M..1cII{ ........"

lar*. For ..u..... call eollcet' oprnlnt for e..n*.. aradtiat TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS bra.. at on'". Large atl *tlon ofCut
SILVER SHELL OIL i 20 ..111 C4>airBCtra New ttnyrna BMUI Naval n mat civil arnrlo ln.p...tond flan I Jit' ir LOVER IITORP':

2 Lilt 14. huntliporlant OA 1-1. Prompt 1hnI... 5MM. .I. m' I,... public faclfllo..Iat. FINANCE CO.. INC. Anr ."" j.11, HOWDY'S MUSIC SHOP
$169Business ...U.. Guara. .. Sri narta |W* month with arl|. THE RESALEHOP
DON CNfC, a.rriB D I14 N BlTd. Phone
714
nun., Conlart Hrmlnol Am.Ha'" Av. I:
xltr South
lit __ .
.Inr* II Pn1 Mtlmat'* Horn* UI l Blvd. Phona U4-IU. -
WILL FINDER 1 plea.. return help. AL ADAMS SHELL ...TATIMrnt now. a..lI.bl.. ""on. 13f-. n. f'toanl> Health oportment. Kan- morl0Rslur. ..L-DwiNI N ., :
baler.
SALE (lnlrk PIANO
? 1 h k { nllh In !> I. JlIoVI Phona 114.1141 ford. I'lorlde.IIIPIRIINCID FORpimrhbowlPhon7I4
t'-"ha .i4. Tup.r. In II. lout In YEN"ERA!: 'cnNTRACTOMFRUt 13 Iu.7act 14 n It.. alto*' new drmonitrator lay ni.
'", T I IIry;I I AVI RE\\ARP. : RRTIMATFB: i Shoe Salesman. t..tl. R.fI..r.tn; Ill 50115 Thompson Hualo ro. U4 \ a.
Pkuna 714.4848. Services COLON OBOROal: PH. ,.....*. 22A Flan. Cenritlt Cereals TI. fin...."...nltv for r'tht'Stan.'., Oa lint r"rml lop tabIa: BR.rhaln ,. Jimla An., Dayton 'It h,
...n.t'r Lead a fttXF > ra JOHN W. TURNER : rvnlvlnl o.hch.I ; 2b1.1110 Op.a; JYidny t,
PIKE AUTO LIFE
I Ptnanalt. 20B Air c.... i HntlBfILICTRIC MECHANIC .ont.". Mtwt 11I4 N. BLVD. PH. 7I4-41M '
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FLOOR SHOW hay ova tool neromm. nP4'ii. '''" ?! 1..n.-1I1mdM.
10 St4K.il Stnrkn lonn r..nlnd.! Apply In poraon I* HOMFR J. OOFT A...rtALLSTATE problm Call .. *l 7I4-1MI
nSlM"'KING, an" .n..1 AIDratI.nn 41AT. QtTIET: BAFB4I DAILY Vnhi.l Tractor. IMJ N, BlTrt, INSURANCE: CO1 t4ev, 101rql
1.1., .. Prompt AN, TROI,Rl.R FRKRM : ,'.1.."". All application eonU..I. A itn, Horn. Bu. Ufa Rmlth STORE i Deltronics T.V. .734-8521
Ea'u.rhn,_ 714,WT4. DeLand Woodworking CO. .TTIN1 PVTRIC t.o" IZ7 ARMSTRONG KFVTTT: -dontlal. _ _ __ ALI. TATE Auto n.mc. Plan VOLUSIA FEED
"FOR A ion HAMRI; "ti a II* N BOl'VDART PH. 114.Il4t EAST: SEW YORK; A VII:.. PH.lonvar AMRRICAN OLFAN I.... BWr. tleLa_nd. FI... U4-!'| WE DELIVER I ALES BIBrlCJB REVTALSDELANO'S ,..,
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THE \\ Ai YOI |.IKK IT _334.07211.OAa BOHREN TILE CO. DRIVER SALESMAN I4T B. Am.ll Phone 7M-1IH '
MOML! MADE!: HIM .PAINTING HOOFING REPAIRS. CONDITIONING I. Ill .. .. F. CLARDY LARGEST
AIM nil Rich At ...on. 714-1201 Fl'Kl: OIL HOME!: DFLIVFRTPBIFIH JAMES Bags.Funs.
Lawman's Restaurant arp.ntry, lIt 1 : Hoyt Ph ....*.. I... to ....,.[.. Faihob no.ltll aa-a tlmlt Phval- 1112 LINOLKUMI 8lMpln I
01100 attar p vpkdan.: OJlNlIftoL81''AS't'R: : ELECTRONICS
I"* N riARIDA' AVE.Neal !:. .|spart IndlTidtmlly*. Call ua for anln.rd umy andaatlmata. b 24 Freiti .ad. J.kn ally train alI Mud. MtntallT ha a hi!. to..Iort.111 ronTm* hi 11. .1.... Phase 1f.41. MY TRADING'POST
flltWR RIDF/ II
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t lo Athcn 'I'h'.lre No obllvatlnn with rmiomfni on "hon.. TSUIItiiaranl' 7 44'74S&H SERVICE CENTER
Phone
rum; IAIN MAN rriAND: AIR RHIVWMBMLMI : 417 I. Florida A *.
.. PI.oRIOA AOMI!! OAtil COMPANYIM nJIJlICD': I month employment 14 Mwiyatk8.1d
VRroom Trlryclra,. by Mattik. IP AN AIRPORT IL law Torl1 '...a. fa4.UU Rntanlal Orovta. Hwt. 17 N. with b.lt" than .,....". pavBonui Inc. MOTOROLA
Ofband Hafdar Cn Cablnat Making. nd 4arnntry YORK UDTIL FURTHER; : NOTICE 3nd your. Writ Bil J', VOR'I't1 AfJXIII Appliances,.
11. N JI d, t'Inno .14.n,1, I. Hih.lhl .- 7J4-IWII' iHIjttil Him N.wa FOR INFORMATION attest IMLI 141 W. NT AT. Pb ,3M'lnll CURTIS MATHES

DID YOU KNOW that Orriia qunlItj x RullrtlBd Contractor. R1ATrIO!: andAIRCONDITIONING 'APPLIANCE" Halraman' wantad tilp Term Horn MnrtnrM (Opp TT>.tiil4 Hhopplnc Cantar)
Jlark: and ".lIr.t....r. 11 EQI"t. Employment .r vat Iuannl.Pd. plat com- DIOUAND FEDERALSaelnt. RADIO and TT'f BALES:
TINA and SAW FILING mission, hunt have I r. .r. ..s Loa AoaoaiaHnaH4 PUBLIC AUCTION W. BERTICI ALL MAUI:
fKitl"AI.f AUTHORIZED: DEALER: N. norlda Pbon 714 lilt .
nn KrtdmIT'S fir name of *arh ponltlon Men O.tnhor. at 7 lI.m D&H T.V.
D&L CO. 25 Help WinUdFtmaUWAITRIlt soil ('hunk Arflllatlon Write .ARNInratwt
SOONER 1107 K. New Turk AT*. TI4-I4 Wm. A. Mullen Bet U. IloLo"d lUll ;X.... Live Stock AT PAIRY'1 back of AUCTION th. Crark BeyRmtmirant T.T. HN'tALI'Your'Zenith/ Df

PLUMRINO, HEATIVf ..., II. mint h. el.inn 'rhp". ,TU.a.I.. Dealer.
THAN YOU THINK!
r"II AI" and ".trie any ANi AIR-C SI>J/"IOJI.\a ..u honMi and r.llahl.. Good 21 Mf W..tI-M.l.! FimoUXP. "tor ,131
MAKE .your -tin rift Mlaeilonlor n.ka and model g.wln. Marhln. PHONE: 2l-jll| par. Virn ra' lahlna Highway I LOOKING FOR & Deltona ,
... DeBary
.latflafactlon miarantatd ...
now or --- 17-M, North of ilrani CllyIVtMAL 3norc $-
V8B OUR\ 1 AT AW AT PLAN _>o rhanpe Phona 3:4- NERD SPOT HEATINONFFI ; M.hw..h.r ovrr II lorA GOOD FURNITURE? K.. 111 Hwy T"" DtBary I...
APPITIONAL HFATIMITKJCKD fond ,...llI>rl.* op'n. p.i. Mont hurt tlcatio I to 10 pm.Ions' Phoo. .......4
TEDFORD JEWELERS CUSTOM TRACTOR MOWING FLLL H..JIJ. CENTKAliHKATIM11 : : untomara. to a.. our ocular |.. .., Orani. PINK OOOB ... Cat n.o.un ftO to Hall Bargain 8lir Wn .
LOT and ACREAGE: /'Sly. I ALSO 1 Aalnul Ban* .rrnrd AT*. ihonta et dra*. 228 N. Amelia _734-6068
YOU
show
101 J:. 1'( York Av.. XI.Land now ibrlaima hoe : : : ,
1' -41O 714'.'fSSICRUTCHESWALkERS t-.II ORF.r. IS .. for ,... Ihpm" and earn hl5 wnkly Income '03110 A WEEK .PART TIME A(.. LaatMi Mian. BJi 4-11441. era. """' ""h... d.aka. platform 11r
EXPERT WATCH;: lIEPArRTNA .timats oa any h."I". allllll..IlO with Avnll. WI.. Mr.1 Prane.sH. II to S* to call on r.numr rue tocksr.. china eablnati and lota

; ; II Dnlp.JMtlc, GREEN'S FUEL Bnnw 1'.0. Boa 4114 L D.Yloom t..m.ra. Ito JoI,. Bwnp* at talks MerchandiseArtklM ..f nihur Ittirn 0 REPAIRING
VISIT rem N :"W ixwalon at 2nt Hrarh FlaMIODLKAOCO "ltrhon R.aunranr. 730: pm.nnl 'APR at.COR.ERI .:- IIIOtTEPROJP'T41RA
N. BLVD. (am. 4Juallly J.walryk T Trtatad Panes Ponta IS .
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B.rrlp at til* bam Rtiaon- in !70' BLVD PHOVB 714-'441 mhlt oman lo !". "On" not ulephnna raP n..d CONRAD' LtMBRR: COMPANY .1.11'110'110. : ;
abl. Priori SAYS MONFT RUT WHERE II.. in tar for I rhlldran. OrllLL COOKt M .tb* faau 11.10, W. Mlchtian ATaaaa EQUIPMF.NT: : OP ALL KINDS
CONNELL & COX THE BUrLDF BUT must It* ,Ian. not.nil d.p.nri- WHEEL CHAIRS ahlarll.. hoi *i. INlAnd still Paid. Tacatlon Ph. 714.1110SltMlitM WI GUARANTEE' WHAT Wl
CALL N."a, .tatln, age and quallflca' 42 P1.8. FgvIpsuSeppllaIPFRDY .
PLIXAUUM AWNIN. Blind FOR RENT OR SALE tlona. BUY WITH CASH REPAIRBOB'SRADIO IMg I.II

and, uttom, R.ra- Inc.HEATING 21 WlBtttfGKXFRU WITH A LOW COST Kiptrt ri... Pfenarlola, & TN.
Bearden's ROY FRIERSON'S Executive Secretary PERSONAL LOAN FROM slats ... "" ". -.' Otor.
UI E Church P"o... '14.11'L Drug Shop KM Tf. RICH PHONO 7S4-31IS
: HOTRFTXHRIC: LOWLAND CAM mi: A SHOP
PART' TIME or Full tlm. mint ha DELAND STATE BANK
C ft. Maw Tori and abets An WANTED BV HATIhona 141 M. ....
itrnflrl nt In Ihorthand and tvpln -
r"Wnl K CHRISTMAS PII... '1f-1I11 .. 714.151,8 "Nnm. Ot nn''Id CarllPl l'rYlr."
ITU EASIERTHI0E i and Abu to .. ,,"' r pnnalblllti YOUR R.C.A. VICTORCATKINS
101 L Now Tnrk Phone 734.1311
WAY LEI : : Hond romplat resume 'WiL"i"D: DO IRONING In mr hem., :. '' 4] AlMplaANTIQUES
: s.5L To Every PrescriptionWE AIR CONDITIONINGSHEET to PO: hop t>47. Drl ndXPtMKNCCO ontart Inlv ut.. 121 WHlrh ..t AUTO AIR CONDITIONING 01'

1'ilRliI..s..1 METAL WORK Wait,... W.nted Ann.CARPENTRY. Art.Kar "a I.! l.rrlo. ELECTRIC IIIm
ADD 'In t THE Bid nEOROB! REA1KR QARAOB" .121 E. RICH ;
Fled A C.ckt SERVICE KH I. Florid PIt... 7I4-M1I Apply lIP..n GRIIASOJliA"T.1I Phone
73441101Jnat
114 I Alalwma
Hli TRUCK STOP batwaaa Jam
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: RATES Bay Canalla Mlay *)!
OUR Pbarmaaliu. tall of
.**d* a*ear aulolilr ymnwrlpUm a* 20-C RalnedellRREPATMTNO' and 4 1m.ii'IIIIL'.N. Q. W. DAVIS. 734-4144 ,....1.." MOHAIR Repairs On All Makesof .,

t'' LOG CABIN VoHibi, .* w II a a I *aannlofanally. | full nr part tlm for Illlm.k.ro Fabrlr Cents' 4JA. OM CiM tMUFFOND SNmpl ,1T'
Radio & T.V.
DETHCATrn local Nttrilnt Homo,. ,,",II. Box It $chwlsIlttrectinMIN l Jtli 0. Blvd.
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- 101 s.... Florida AY*. 'k.... 734-I524 bath dace. Mtnhea.d.ntlal ION ..... Blwa 0**. Mark El.m.
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U mw.UNPURNIHED Vlnlnla Haven Home. Baf InrhIIFALLSPECIALS 151,.... If.. 1ft &"- .
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e 1 BR.. Eta KIt. nloolr' fumlihitf. Approcl. 11
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) 115 W. Wlecon.In NEW Colonial type Brick Front Mhool Only I.H 44 ....

" t' 1 BR. FURN. HOU8J5! Good Homo term* BR,-I ear will t.acpt..I* H4 tr4 M*.. NICK MOM I .n4 beef hnd for II K.M.II I1N1 ..!. S41 m*.

CALL 114-3397 or a ntlrod oouplo. I fcodroon con.cr Reduced To 7000. '(I C:.r. lr MM b.U 141 m*. OUR BIG
INQUIRE 101 I. BHaUUDAXMICILV : ALMOST sew I bedroom H...... .to block. hnnio In geed .ondltlon. '
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turn. 1 BR. Jlo"... !.rd mod dty locatlra IU.M Only VIRT VISIT looo U chop I BR. CB MOUM m ..... .lot at
: .and Garbage ""Ic.. 141 Mo. IM IIM .0.. pint ....... churchto. Ooir comer ..r N. tlartlald and D. ...n- 'II IUu.lt IIM Val. tlS ma.II .
W. Calvin. Phono fa'I11f.AVAIUBLID ItotO. lurkAve. lit.... 11.1g. and r.klel W .. IMI V.U 144 loc.
LIKE NEW I bedroom Irises Horn DELAND REALTY INC ...",. furolluro 1".lu4.4 45 titlebe (
OCT. J en IN wtd lot. New ....00. IM JH1- II Metro |*>7 111. Ill m*.
: 4 BEDROOM I Bath. Unfuraliliod down. III "oDIIII7.COTTINGHAM. INN. HIr4: -Mortto** I>MII: ;:;;1'04-; .M Veliawf. :TV MM bal. IU m*. 3 DAY TRADE-IN SALE
homo In ticlualvo Mctlnn VIU Dil *$4.laTNo NICE I MR tulip House .
DeLand Pain & Glass INN for one Fur at I ISO per REALTY In geed .location. 111,114. .M Ford |7II bat SU III'.
monill. CaJ1 Wcl.arrler: RWIy. One Wants This One! McCARRIER REALTY M Ford MM "'. IU m*.
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: 131 w.ONr' I'll. 73WZ51 : | IT LOOK TOO .Iea.! It !. toe .'.. 'I KBALTOR 'M Mercury IUI7 but. 141 m*.
ON LANE MONROE unfurn. I BR. Pape Real Estate Ttio tiling room la too kur. the 4ii w. Ana mne "..u.. Chtvnlcl ISM ..., IU BI..
r...................... 1% kath Horn, beautifully landauaptd. pvlor ll ':'wtl\IIvi'na: wants. a '
Will I...*. ALSO for I REAL I.TATII: .oslelto earvlpC.II pulor a.'tcll.n.1 Mobile Home Owners M OldiraeMl |7M bat |1* m..
Ho*. Attrart burn I BR. Ma. 71..117 toe d.tall. I. too big and BO II the .1. ....... ru t5M .*.. tM m*.

65'WI It rwrPOWClt Ilv" mut Lak Park Prop, DoBary.. (.FAMILY. FurnlahwL Larf* I." There<4> and Ors too too 31157 many bIg cloNte bedronrn.end : lit.T keaitlfiil....10_.w* Lou WOOD tl I FORB 171 'I* PIp Wf_. I M! ..1. IU m*. f> PlYMOUTM 4 Or. i lyL, fiw r

: & ONE to Rents B*. Uphol.t.Partly. furnlih.d..,. Highway Nut IL floor.. Furniah.d.I Apt* \10.-Only r.n hnuee.II IIO.KW.IT.IOO. "Iine upbu rdo.a 1 great klB lie'big"'.urn il.-d.r lot IndlTleu.l mia north walli.of t.'J': .Tiak U.*. IT.I '.. c:......| $05?W. Ill m*. 0 I......A.1". Tr""i 151 "kl' '6 90'IIW.

:* WYICriCUSRMAM Phone 114-4411. ACBEI. Modern, t bedrme. Ml x tot with too manr bigShedb PII... ".....1. 'It Mtrcur UN bat US m*. .
SCOOTER 1 BR. rt'RN HOUSE dill rewlOos. It 531/N. cell trot If* all Mf kiosk* 'M For Mil .... IU m*.

i i 0I P1OMBKR CHAIN 'AW'TALTON"S Inquire .at 101 R. Hill "MK"A DIETl PooL, pr.p.rua blots 'If.un to wo th'dol.* upormarktt Ittl Ton might But fpIr.tno 17 ACI'M.....,. *!-.trtm 'M n... w... MM '.'. Mt ait.M .

Pilon.IKS' .h,B you ... all tho '' Cadillac 40/11x1.111 m*.
a 11II _. Bird. fkw Bl .-.... PARTLY FURNISHED I iMdraomkouia $500.00 DOWN you) are i water turn. R.frne* r*< I BEDROOM t kath and lam Cal for appointm *. 110,100, '1$ 62 AI nd ....". 24 SEE/. Is pi' 990
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' ONE BEDROOM HOtTIB.IM !. D. EARL LAWRENCE cror the B..t : uiOmr. on Mans ItiwiT M Olaaimkll M7< .... HI m*.
BAUMAN'S MOo Phone H4-4240. Brnkrmi 10. N. & 0.v.1e 05,50.114.1111 M Pause fill bet IM BI*.
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Office and Bchool BuppIlM In North part .( to... P I* .. Phone '.....n 1I4-IT4I ON H..uliru| Lake Talr'ad.. woe. HlTer In Lake County. 1'1. M hub |IM '.1. Iii 9 C Dr. Wit** Lit ,'w. '
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Offs machine Wee end 1.4.",.* '31- IONOOM I katki; on loo>il reitrietton jio Q t1N.1/S
III N. Blvd Pnone 7141315iNeriNpA..d AAA Realty tan' e; 'tort utility room I kard- OAHHTKH Rr'Lr. 17 M.... Wn. MM .*.. |17 m*. ,J1, AH wiittt.
CHANMINU NIW 1 BR. Apt. d. : T
tarhod near BUtaon. Partly turn.WW Mad. Currlntte ReaHer wood floorai air ondltlonlni; PHUNB t 4llFlVt 17 ..I(k MDI .... IU 11'I..
_-Aldiif Maokuio* rarpat, alr-eond. cantral Ill LOran.. ATO Phone fl.....' Solo forced of sir raMnilf hull;built-in dork and kitchen boatknuM. ACRE Ol.nwood UroTo. In. .17 M.... Wjt tttt .... Ill M..

I n. .. 05,4.Y1B .... BB4-I4U ,katH to perm tonant. III W. LIKE NEW. Truly a buy at 50.. 00. to.ll.nt condition, lisp.. .1...., M Mereery M7. .... Ill BI.. .
Penn.A flood financing. OASTERREALTY. : Price |lMn* Includlnii .n. FORD 1-Dr. Viet.,... Uc.l .WRIT.T ,
heALLENWHITECo.IpeetiUlU LOVELY t BR. HOME ..04... BEDROOM, I huh oek floor, Tlt.I.... 'I....... hll .p.op 111 lens.E'q 'M CMVllao: IIM."'. 110 m.. .' I llMMMt 'JI KHdl Jlnl X390
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SInN III eMe5 I/t> apply bath. Tillable Auir. ORBUORT hater IM utility room carport.larfe This Week's Bargains! I IV ACRESON NATIONAL (1110j56 '
s Id* lot with Ellwater
LUMBER PHONE 714-oiii.
101 W., Tn11Sna A.a, rh. TI4OIH"National on paved etreet. An excellent buy IDIAL FOR MITIMIOi MMlHtf take .ndTCountr. Road I I. Rural
Blatik Book" MODERN. I BR. HOME, unfurn. at UUM.OO and rood Urn .B, Furnlihtd I BK, Bua.alow, Area Ckiee t* PeLaad MichBihool. .mm.
BOOKKEEPER SUPPLIESTpMert.r Built-in kltchan. N.ar ,,'h....,.. I .. Only' IM .
and Addln Machine Good nalihborhond Ph. 71447IS.Apartnunt ALSO ALMO T NEW I .. CB. -*\ Bale .errte* Room, file R.. DR.II .. I'lion.11'. PONTIA 4-Dr. hardt/hE&N. AT,
RENTALS, 1 anI I ID.r:::: IEE ni for fI--nnr S hwlrmm heal lens u t.t.. WRhautomed. SiPOSSESSION' $279
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In all price ramraa. and I bedroom honwe In the tnoom T* Mttlo as MUM 5 I* an Nut Nun York AT*'..
Poll SALES Hire 1 BR, built-in I Iklt Wltk entrance to lit. John Rlr
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ROSES & ANNUALS B"ix'RrL.: ETATuIn.: UNITED .ll furnlittixt | BR. mo 1.rnkunnlow eludlnf B.w w.1'pap...ii I* b.*, ANTOKD 'ATI.taaford. .
IMI N. _ton AT*. Rontale Florida, Sisal Eatat. In,*. outolila rttr.. ((... ...U. lnetall.4 In this area Ills prop.njr 1012 1
, DAVE BRIDE NURSERY Office and B.ald.nce H4-4DH JIOI ouU Boul...ardPhon App I Axe. .11.!lot TKRMBI I. the key t* whsle anon.IM. OPO IUNlNOI: awIN 4-Dr. .eyL! '.*.'.
IH BL Teerket P..*.. BB 4-41 MCUBRBT TI44I1IMtDECOMATEO C, CB Buriitotr on hen. anal honvMlte Torrtfl Inv $69 0
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TKB PJ IUBT H.nrT Truck Slop Hlfbway 11 I IMdraom brlrkIII KM.. IllaM.ANOTHIH' Fronlaie .I\I I this ar.* rierlo, UMMINtln
Ua5aalPi. North.55.101' Kl with good term* to uaU InolA oilY vendor := Bold Inr a* HOMr .l **.**...*.>n. In*.
111 K .. BB4MAftUBfWBBN4j nod buyer, tol East Wlaooul ful location ...rt ty of fruU Wow, front toot O. (L foplen. ./.
Your Choice of Two A .., Show 7<4HQI.t $ll no. TBXMI.ANOTHIK : li ,3x1. 0'Itol.rV, ;,1.:1 r
56 t. UN'UIINIINIO 1 5.4ro0n 51 .... frame koue. turn land : woll fiirnl.k" .ou .1...., THHM '". pi* rkon lo-itu MCBder .. .........., 5 5 $5 9 0
1 11'FURNItHEO 5. III.rt".n I A.11'bedroom at 111B. Pk.pnapVl 714-1111, fruit heel tor .'oor.....lnt..nL lot. II.Id*. Mrs. Alva C. Williams |.*41 1. *. : ELECTRIC WIBHTQ : w.... Y'/, I&H, '......n....
DUNCAN PHVFE Dlnln Room kall.burr 1 !*>. Call W B IXX) TrMBEft
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Fy Tha AwodatH Prep Reds finally lose as Jerry
May
I d rather play anytime than
dropped a successful
watch or listen," said Ken Boyer .bunt down' the third.base1 squeeze tine
of the,St. Louis Cardinals. '
that'ave the Pirates
r a 1.0 vie
"I'm more nervous now than tory,
I the field," .
was on "The Cardinals .
now hold a
41 onegame
Boyer and the rest of the Cardinals lead
over the Reds with
had Just trooped Into the
only three remaining.
dressing room after their eighth ..
IS derision And even cautious Johnny I.J .... :
consecutive
victory, an .
t I Keane, the St. Louis manager, i1f.. ,.
11 the Philadelphia Phil- '
.r over had to admit: "tt fill
lie that gige the Redblrds aonegame "I like our position." ..' J
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National League lead :
The three games 'the 'Cardnals !- { I N"Y.4.
I over Cincinnati by the end of along have left Ire all agslnxt the .' 1

I long night -' New York( Nets The Reds Inf'etPlttlbul'lb "Ji :
I Now the Cardinals huddled \
once more, then (
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around a radio, their bodies
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wind up with two games against i '
a hunched forward anxiously at the Phllliei, who lost their 10th .
G Gh. listened to the Cincinnati-
they
straight and fell 2H back and ,
IEWU1i "'
Pittsburgh I'mi.r almost, out of contention .
After the Reds and Pirates : ...1ft1 .
r battled through 12 scoreless 11v

innings, Boyer called It quits,
finished dressing and left. But

I other remained,
'Im in no hurry to leave," i / t

said Dick Croat, still sitting in odIrASS.t. Mdaf. nIt "

his sweating uniform
.GOQP.;fIIT6 : AFTER QUARTERBACK CLUB MEETING -Ef, Frank Goodwin, professor of marketing at the Univer.aity R

It wa a good thing, .. of Florida in Gainesville, center, talks with Terry Acree right, and Bunky Blount following last night'i

Not until the 18th Inning 4 VAMIRICAI4 ;DeLand Quarterback Club session at which he spoke. Special guests were Junior High School Coach Bob Smith,

hours, 14 minutes and M men DeLand High School Coaches, Tom Hill,, Bill Bradford and Tom Davidson, along with DHS guards Rusty Goff,

left on bane1 later did the LSASUC : Norman Mansour, Bobby Black, George Pettingill and Jack DeSario. The speaker was introduced by Doug TeaL

W. L: set OS The tht me of Goodwin's talk'' was "People Are Funny' and he said that the secret of success in. dealing with
tOw York ..__ .T
Gators WorkAt rhlraen .___n_-_ 14 It M eta,451 a44 people is not all taking but giving( up too. He also said it Isn't what a person knows that is important but rather
B.Ittnnr. __.__ A4 so .lIt e what he is that is He congratulated the. members ,of the club for "bridging the between
((.trolt ___._.__. ?? ,.., ,'u ,.... more important. gap"
NEW UNIFORMS-The familiar khaki uniform Lea, Anmlta _-. 14 7t .in 1M what he termed "old squares' and 'the youth of today. At the next meeting on Wednesday night the guest

of the Florida wildlife officer is being, replaced by a Goal Line (l.r.l.nrt' ?..__._n.? TS U "M ,,.4|,iMlnn.wla .. lViKtn 194 speaker will be Head Coach Bill Peterson of Florida 'State University. Persons ,Interested in attending are re

design and color. Officer IIn.tn" _,_...____ A0 00 .S'"' 2t
new Bob Brantly displaysthe w .hl"'n"" _... II fT .rod 50 minded it is $S a cession as 'guests. (Sun' News Photo by Gilmore
new winter uniform of green with tan itrlpes. Officer i GAINESVILLE (APITaper.) ..> <'Itr 141n1 ref 41

Bob Phillips is wearing the summer uniform of ing oft begins today for Univer- Vt.WtONtSOAVS Tore 7-11, Dotmltl$ MISULT.: 80 RIDERS EXPECTED Peg*,12 DELAND FLORIDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY OCT. I, 1964J
green trousers and tan shirt (Photo by Florida Game ally of Florida's Gatori, facing Riltlmnra' la, .Waihlnrtna t..
football action Saturday night 'Iov".n"a, Bntlnrv .... ,
& Fresh Water Fish Commission .
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Mlnnaanu
I Xinui City. 1
against Louisiana Slat at Baton (Otilr ?h.duff) ,


ROBINSON IS FIRSTWildwooil .. Rouge.The trill Catora Wednesday underwent centering a strenuous TVitmlt kinuii,,uhlniTAii,It Cite TODAY N.IP"at Filtlmnr*Ynrli.MlnitMot OAMI(]in .RC) First Horse Show Set Sunday By Local Club

round goal line offense and de- O.T.I.nd' at. XoMnn
fens*. They will be trying to Only gum. arh.dnl.dtFRIDAY'* OAMia
Loa Ani'1.. Mln".... ..
Ratc'd.N 16 the score LSU their first In points against Xinix: city at at Chicago' (Jtwl"I This Sunday will be a big day all ages but all other timed I along with Jimmy Leonard while Inc the labor, C. Klght's Icky-
Tigers three yean. "'" N' for horsemen in the area of events will be run in three divi. John Miller, George Vlnlng, stlekygoo special of, chocolate,
Coach Ptmu Baltlmnr;
Craves
also it
Ray devoted
time to the Gator (" ... ."" at >... Tort* ( ()N) Voluila, Seminole, Orange and done: The new age limits posted I Wayne Rhodes and Harriet', lemon and' vanilla ice cream
ktckleggame. (Only lamn ...h Kicking was a key factor
The'three leaders In the E. E. Deland 13.1 In Florida's win over Mlsslsslp- NATIONAL 11ASU1w. riders and their mounts are expected : Junlon. 14 and under; i and Gall Klght, Gerolyn Heartz, I fudge, butterscotch and nuts war
Utkenhous High School Football L' 1"t. oa for the West Volusla Intermediates, 1518; and, Sen Fawn Rhodes and many other a work of art though quit
pi State and Gravel ,
Hawthorne 628 laid It IH xiun ...... M I; '
Rating 'System remained the 'I. could well make the difference Oiiclnnail: .. II 'M -| 1 Saddle dub tint fall show lori, 19 and up.A. youngsters ilapped paint brush temporary. ,
MclroieSSSDaytona FMlla>liilphla .:,. ft fe .Ml Helen Miller rail errands and Michael Rhodes cane out of
same this week but there were at Baton Rouge.,. IH Some contestants may 'come diagram of the pattern for es.
three new teams moving Into Beach, Father, Lopez The coach sldd his Galore fan MllwaukM: I't.-..-. 14 Til kt. T from ai far away as Cocoa, St. Double Figure Eight and Quadrangle prepared lemonade. Wallace Mc the painting session with the
the, ,Top 20, 57T ?' haven'] ajwayi Plttlhurth' .._.. 75 '71 ,K>1 Jl i Augustine and Ocala Local club events will also be displayed Gregor mowed the grounds most paint, slightly resemblingan
looked good
on tot ..,.. .
: Ani.l.l 71 in
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Cedar Key S3 3 y : Beach rails and Apache warrior half ilze.
Tampa Robinson la the leader the. practice hell<<) but they; have JTlleaM: 71 M .e0) II 3 nemberi( are expected to figureprominently for the benefit of riders Buddy reset
,with Jacksonville Lee and Coral New Smyrla Beach 53.1 played very good football? and Houston --.-..-.. n M :4)1) i u in the events which who have not entered these pounded posts. Bobby Pope displayed his ne*
.. .,.
Cables pushing for the top spot. Plerson, Dewltt Taylor 45.6 made few mistakes |\II actual N."WSDNSSOAVS Tnrk *l 107 OAMtt;005 4014 are scheduled to open at 1 p.m.at events before: The Cloverleaf' At the ice cream social follow- mount Lightning for the first <

Probably the biggest Jump of Apopka, Memorial 46.9 competition. Fmahnrik/ 1, Clnetnaatl t (II In. the McGregor Ranch. and Barrel Weave art such old time In the practice season f

the week was made by Euitlaas Lyman 481 The squad leavea for LoWaI.ana It nl"u' IXHIH' a l .d' The Western Pleasure da si, favorites that they need no No Scrimmages Brenda Penner of Lake Helea
Bell 441 tomorrow. a n Franclaco: j a, aleu.ten 1 (IIIXM Introduction. became a new member of the I
that school shot Into the No. Isnlnm' first on the program will exhibit *
10 spot. Also moving up to No. An,.l.. f. rhlrarn finely groomed, well trained Free parking and admission is MIAMI (API-The) University club, bringing her gray horse,

18 :were the WUdwond Wildcats Mllwaukoa nlnn) (, N.e York 11 la. Western type hones of the various offered to spectators and for the of Miami football team will wait Peanuts.
who wW be playing r. Friday TOOAVa 0AM IS breeds used for stock work convenience of spectators and
night against the DeLand High SPECIAL DOVE HUNT Ctlli-atn Ultuhurth It at Lot Cincinnati Anl. (>(V>) and pleasure Quarter Horses, exhibitors alike, cold drinks, until next week to begin active I THIRD ANNUAL

Bulldogs The other new face in N..w Turk a> Mllw ukM Arabians, Thoroughbreds and the sandwiches and cake will be on preparations for the California WATER SKI SHOW
the select circle la Lake Walesat H(Only u.ton tiiriM at Ian.chMul.il Franrlaro I traditional cowponles.: sale.The game, Coach Charlie Tate says. ,

No. 20.Dropping. TO OPEN SATURDAYAT Fhlladolpiila at Olnrlnnatl. (V) Riders will be in the spectacular WVSC Is asking for the He laid he would spend the BTDON'S

out tit the Top 20 Ptttihnrih\.w Tnrkat" ar a4 Mllwank.| t-n.,.,..(,oil 11) costumes: long associatedwith \ mailing addresses of all participants rest of his week working on fun SKI, CLUB
this week were Palatka No T; OS."0'"n at lx.. Ani.l (:V) the Old West, with chap. at this show in order to damentals and Ironing out problems
North Miami No 12; and Dayton SEMINOLE ehlrarn'.t (an Fr.ncl.roN) and lassos much In evidence. begin, a card file for future that cropped up in the first LAKE LINDLEY

Beach Mainland, No. 13. SITEThe Judge Earl Studding of Daytona notices about club events which I two games. He also said ,he (I aioofct NtrtN at D.L("dHl
The other teams listed are St. :Louis Beach expects to have a difficult will be open to outside riders. planned no scrimmages! this I .tt Schaal)
teams on the schedules of De decision to award the four top NEW LOOK week In hopes that his injury- SUNDAY 2 P.M.
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Land and Taylor High of Pleat Mowing are the 19MS5!\ Florida Came Commission place winners. Horses must The arena and grounds are I ridden squad would be in good

son along with some .ol 'the Dove Field Regulation fpr the Leffler Field U,Eemlnole: smooth gaits and be able to porting a new look thanks to shape for the Oct. 9 game here. rUBLIC INVITED

schools In Volusla County Sea. County In BcstPosition. form maneuvers on hav'l recent club working parties. Dr. I At least three players are still I ADMISSIONFREEI
breeze war not listed this week. The open! three phase season will begin Saturday and run The Pleasure dans along William Yanosy, president, was recuperating from a variety of !

E through Nov. 8, then Nov. 14 through Nov. 29, and .finally the Ribbon Race will be open to seen wielding! a posthole digger ailments,
CepyrlgKt ay I, Lltkanhaui Dec. 19 through Jan. 4. !
and Perry Pulllaaliana|I Ina.I. The hunt days are Wednesday and Saturdays with shooting( .

Tampa Robinson 991, from noon to sunset. The bar limit la 12 doves -
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3 2,. J Coral u., Lee Cables 981 98.7 of hunting A special, and 12 Issued dove hunting by agents permit of: the, yalld Regional for only Manager,ope: ',day or! 'Now! The end Great 'Week of Showing!

4, Gainesville 96.4 at the fields, will be required In addition to regular license St.: LOUIS (IP), -. The

5, Milton 96.1 requirements. All hunters to age M require permit. Over swuhbuckllng 'r. Louis Card/! See The Fabulous New For 65
>. Winter Hav.n'DU 63 an exempt (free) permit Is tisued. Dais, for the first time this season .

7. Vero Beach 92.7 Hunters must check with Wildlife Officers when enteringand were la position today to
S. Fort Lauderdale High 92\\.3 leaving fields wrap ,up the National League

t, Miami High 92,2 The special dove permit must be in the hunter's possession penitent without any outside

10. Eusus 919 as long aa he participates 'in the hunt and Is to be displayed help. DODGE and DART
11. Tampa Chamberlain 90.T upon request of a Wildlife Officer, A near.knockout '.5 thrashing
12. Jax., Jackson 90.6 Intoxicated persons will not be allowed to hunt. of the defenseless Philadelphia

13. Jax. Rlbault 89.9 Any' vehicle or other transportation service may be Phillies Wednesday night, tot- ...
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14. Jar Beach Fletcher M.8 searched for Illegal game while In, leaving or entering dove lowed by a thrill.packed 1-0 ', ,' .... --. ': \. j
15.: Jax. Terry Parker 88It. field. Hunters must park vehicles only at designated parkIng ., Pittsburgh victory over Cincinnati .

WUdwood 83.0, alto in It nerve.wracked In. .
17. Pensacola amt la 871 Taking 01 quail or wildlife other than doves prohibited., sings '*nabie
IS. Miami. Edison 87.4 Oil these field, Redbirds to perch atop thestandings
19. deal-water S'U The hunter doe., by his acceptance of the bent permit all by themselves -

JO. Lake Wale. 88,.J relieve the landowner of any liability for personal or property one precious game ahead of the II
damage that may result from any usage of the area connected frustrated Redtega..
Daytona Beach, Mainland 851 with this hunt Philadelphia 24 game back
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Sanford. Semlnnle 83.8 Dogs must be kept oa a leash except when actually retrieving In ,third place, ran now hope for
St. Augustine High 83,T dove. 'a tie at best. Riding herd over t
Leesburg 79 ( Hunters are reminded: This Is your hunt. Please observe the rest of the league with a IH-

Bronson 77) above rules and do not disturb cattle, timber, fences or other game'lead Just.10 days ago the
Tltusvllle78tWinter property. floundering Phllllea must win I

Garden Lakevlew 74.TKlsslmmee This hunt Is made possible through the courtesy of their remaining two games la e .
Osceola 721 William Letter and the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Cincinnati with the red hot

Commiiilon.' Cards dropping an three to the t h i J.\ re. 1Hr !
..The, ftolO located south of Sanford M State :Rd. 411 New York Meta. to..fort a play } r

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seven to BikuUkotf and the others champkwahlp ellmina-
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Don Floyd. i }t .g rc1ea., ,! C..4itta, I round drcistan' over Billy DsaMs .
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