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VoL 50 No. 225 Friday, October 2, 1964 i DeLand, Florida 32720

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I .., f. ... 50,000 Persons Flee To Safety

College I

T As 150-M.P.H. Winds Near Coast

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I NTW ORLEANS! La. AP) In to aid In the mail evacuation heavy ralna and quail were
EndedWorkers Hurricane HIM hurled her aa the season's matt powerful buffeting the coastal regions by
screaming; ISO:! ,mil winds toward hurricane began a slow and mldmornlng.

Opposed the deserted marshlands ominous turn toward the central "There have been 50,000 evacuated
of the Louisiana Gulf rout to Louisiana coast, "
already, said Frank G.
Ordered day. Mora than SO.000 residents Although HUda't center wasstill Spires acting state Civil DeI.IIM .
moved Inland to safety more than :200)( miles off. director.
state "Then win be
Back To Jobs DyUnion.OIfidals Educator Hits National Guardsmen rushed shore ia the Gull of Mexico, more if this thing keeps coming

Edmund; Proposal In this way"
NEW YORK (AP The International r E For Pri>ate Schools The Weather Bureau's 13
AsDelation ..1 am.. CST, advisory, said Hilda
TAMPA A Florida date we!. '
waa centered about
240 miles
AFL 1I0. ordered its
( dockworkers to vy; -4 vtrwty spokesman today op Scheduled south southwest of New Orleans
60,000 striking\
-.4 pored a bill proposed hr leglalation Auction and moving nnrth-sorthwet to
return to work at Atlantic and
by Dr. J. OUIe Edmunds, north at about seven miles
Cult Coast port at 7 pm. today f y, president of Stetson Unixenlty, hour. per
New York time. : designed to permit. the date to The
unreal point of land to
The move complied with a contract with private college FOIParade FundsA Hilda wu Marsh Island n wild.
federal court restraining order lor continued! education of Jun. llf* refuge snore 200 miles limit
Thursday night halting the lots and seniors, the Associated of the hurricane rye the
strike for 10 days In the national Pr .s reported.Dr. calm center which spin out
Interest. John S. Allen! fundraising campaign was vision, compnaed of merchantsand furious winds
Before the meeting el union University of South Florida set .la motion last 111,11to finance businessmen will receive The Weather
oftlcUla to let in motion the told a legislative aubrom- this year'a Christmas parade allocation of a part of regular era said Hilda Bureau forecast-
machinery for obeying US.Dist. mirtH that the Council of Slate scheduled for J p.m. Dee. chamber due. war still too Iseoffshore
Judge Frederick vanPeltBryan's University Presidents was unan- II. Mrs Betty\ Estes win be chairman would to predict where she
< Directors of the Chamber" ef of the auction committee. strike the coast
President Musty oppoaed to the bill.
order 1LA
.hll O''r"' )
Thomas W Glesaon laid: "We ALL EYES ON 'MISS FLAME' CONTENT _The proposed bill, whir1 would Commerce Merchants Divisionset Lfott.nUS be mailed to !Industries Canoe Renumbering of the killer hurrli fleit
put thousands ,
all went out together and wall Taraaa D.K.lllldl.. Becky Cochran ... Melissa CoJYl2 permit junior college students to the hour of the parade and businesses and profesilon- their homes, leaving virtual
announced that a public auction al persona seeking contributionsand
continue their educations la
back private
an go together of contributed merchandise explaining that the parade ghost towns "behind them.ALMOAT ,
WESSON'S ACTION Relocators9 Report HitAttol.leys of state college universities at the, lame was drawn costs would be held at I p,m. Oct. 24 actually benefits the entire city, DraERTED
The Judge acted on a declaration Flame'Contest Up by private college at the probably In Conrad Park. not Just merchants. The thriving seaport ot Morgan
of national emergency by Director set the Dlrecton announced City
request of' the Interim committee previously that contributions ihore-baied bend
President Johnson oa (duration.for. day for th. annual parade but could he mailed to ouarten for much of the billion.
The order was signed after delayed setting an hour pending the Christmas Parade Fund Incan dollar oil drilling operations lathe
.' the Customary J pm. hour ofshaping Clash Set Edmunds, chairman of dlftcusslons with a Junior Cham- ef th e Chamber of Commerce Cull waa almost deiertad.
''up" the dock gangs : Indf'rendenenU'I" and unlveriltiet Her of Commerce committee. Donation boxes would be ; Many commercial\ shrimp boats
Flbrlda .
for the following day'a work. la bill presented the of The Jaycees annually produce placed tn store and shops, and I, call Morgan City, which. has a
Union officials\ said this hiring\ lien proposed at| a meeting held the parade, club and organizations would population ot 14,000, their horn
was the reuon for the Tampa Proceeds trnrn the planned be contacted for financial assistance port

delay practice Uf*.In bringing the piers backto At Petition Meet By Firemen In pemocntio conjunction reeves with of the Florida's annual auction would this help year,pay directors for theparade In other. the business directors ,director atd. western A JJmll ctlon long stretch oi St In Mary the

llout I of IVpresentaUve:
noted. Normally, the holiday accepted the reilgnation of J.
showed tip at Pariah was ordered evacuatedand
Some pickets I \ rutrosB Tntjj event, which draws crowds from Frank Rnmet, who I II leaving
New York docks this morning, By HELEN COBLE see If those people they listed M Seventeen young ladles from 'rile proponed legislation woiilda central) Florida, costs about DrLand, Ills successor will bi school buses were put into
saying\ they had not received Sua News Start Writer eligible had been counted. I West Voluila will! take the apot a junior roj1.j. student { appointed! later, service to shuttle! evacuees toOpelnuaas '
orders from their union shop Verbal fireworks erupted today He charged proponents weren'l light OA the DeLand Junior. lug,, II; JI\" "_h nt t hi. ... lain.sWe the Morrhanta tnvt Next regulnn '" meeting'/ of th'II The! M flew
steward to pull down picket at the tint: conference between meeting "good MUI..hpn....- School auditorium .fr atj f I f'dui'IItl In .a priva,i 'tnlawa" ., -4IIoII. V-tiolu, aaanaHy taprmiorKM r I (& will be at 10 ajn. tJctla ;; th*, tocth.' Bel Cm
lines.\ opposing attorneya seek roneous report were utmltted. pjn..tamorrtr .in tIM annual at the same cost as a afaieaupportexl pared" !lad >tvpMtdly run 1 'Mi* CkJloe JdtcJun ftlaurant. **-' In 10.000) coti tn. Opelousaa- forth
CMOJfS\ ORDER ing to reconcile differences ever Parkinson took issue with\ "Miss Flame" contest. college, with the state Into. difficulty financing the Awrhxn.' .
A little later the union notified the validity of the Volusla County Taylor over "good faith" meet. The event Is sponsored by the pacing the different to coat of vent from memhnahlp dues .I Koapitala I fat the Iforfaii dry.
all ports to withdraw pick. seat relocation petition.! Ing. Finally Taylor apologizedbut DeLand Fireman's Association the private college. and contributions director earlier Franklin area sent their .,..
eta and stand by for DeLand Attorney Sidney Taylor i mad it clear that h* expected and Auxiliary with the winner pr. Allen said th* bill would approved a public auction 171 Orders tlenta to Lafayette and Baton
work Instructions. opposing relocation, chargedthat proponents to bring In representing the local erganlza do the private institutions no faw. to raise money. Rou|*.
There were indications that the report submitted by re- factual issues. lion in the state contest next It "means private colleges Becaua of chang In the dr.vlllon CTTT FLOODED
waterfront activity would not locators "Is aa false and fraudu CoaUn" .. rata Tint spring. would be no longer Independent '* fiscal: year made n*> Received For Civil Defense authorltl. said
fully rerun to normal until lent aa can be." Last night the contestants were to make their own decisions," moiety by merger with. the US. M west o! Morgan Dry was
Monday because shipping and John Parkinson, attorney for on hand for rehearsal/ and every, be aald. Chamber of Commerce this covered by riling tides
stevedoring firms would have to relocators, and Leroy Northrup thing is expected to run smooth.' for the University year, RO membership due were Warren Boon Rain slick highway biding
pay premium rates for work and Robert Kllgore, representing OR )ly tomorrow night when the com I of Spokesmen Miami and the Independent obtained by the organluMnn.Beginning out of the It. Mary Parish area
petition begins. .... In January the dl- were clogged with automobile
done tonight or during the week relocatora, denied the $ : ICesthiuM ii Pate Order for the hardbound
charge. JtDGUI'O "illS : book, "The\ Warren Report," The Morgan City Dally Review
end.Tb.. regular work day ta New Relocators bad claimed that This contest 1 U open to girls I PROPOSAL PONDERED have reached n total of 171 at skipped publication far the'
their audit of the relocation who have reached their 16th tint time In N
York started at S amHuit U the DeLand Sun N.Tb. .-.. year
tours alter the Judge signed the petitions hid produced sufficient birthday! 011 w before April J, Warren Commlsslon'f Store owntv boarded up the
valid signatures for the Valuate 1964 and are not 20 yean old. fronts of their establishment.
aimed at an 10-day( coolIng report on the issasdnatlnn efPresldnt
pipers off period to allow time for County Commissioners to call an The girls will be Judged while \ Eliminate John r. Kennedy Is Some Wild masking tape to
further efforts to break the election on where to relocate the dresked In evening gown The Treasury play being offered to reader* for cr\.tI\ < three-month deadlock In negotiations county seat. Commissioners had Judging will be baaed on appear. only SUP through the cooperation > 1M. M Put nwetFuel
contract. found the petition shy by 3.108: tin poise and personality of The Associated
on a new names and relocatora claimed The winner will receive an. alt ........ Tank Explode
an excess of several hundred r expense paid trip with one chap. Silver In Silver Coins Th blue and gold volume
more than needed. eron to th* State Fireman's I contains' 4W pages Including MARYVULC, Ma. (AP->Aar*
Some Areas : TAILOR OUTRAGED Convention. She win also represent 30 page of Illustrations, and explosion spread' fire among:
Taylor literally shook with the local organization at all la being printed In.Poughkeep* eight gasoline and fuel oil Itor-
U.S. Brigade Set showings desired by the department lie i N.V. ace lank at the cant edge ot I
Indignation as h* started to analyze WASHINGTON CAPt The However (there seems to b*
Affected head or the president of is .laryvtll. and firemen .let, the,
By the various name on ono no doubt that the present high Delivery expected within
list submitted by proponents as MIAMI (AP) Formation of the auxiliary or tile asMirUtioa.\ Treasury la considering propos- rate of mirage will consume the about jwo weeks, and announcement Itamee burn out tally after,
"not counted aa valid signa an American brigade to fight: Fidel TICKETS AVAILABLE ate! to redur or eliminate the Ttwa'\ 1'a stockpile In a few will be mad In blocking their\ path to more*
CM Strike turn" Castro war reported underway Also the winner. win reign at silver In silver coin, authoritative y'tan. the Sun News when the books lank. and aeartiy buildings.
Pointing to one list of eight today by a year-old student the Fireman's\ Baa scheduled for sources' said today. SfLVEII DOLLAR arrive. Seven of the tank either .*.
name which proponent claimed who heads the movement. Oct. 10 at the National Guard The chang tn the cats n's Ironically the recognition of A Brisk sale of The Warren pi"orM or ruptured. About half
DETROIT: AP) A natton- were deleted from petition two Jeff Donovan University of Armory. Tickets may be ob bade silver policy would n- silver shnrtsg come shortly Report have been announced aa boor after tile Initial iiplo
wide strike: by the United Auto aa alleged duplicates and not Miami Junior In Latin American tamed from any fireman. Ticket 'ilr* several yean Official after Congress directed the by the Government Printing slots Thursday night a widen
Workers against General Motors found classified en another petition studies aald a men of military for tomorrow night's contest will apparently art undecided Mint to resume production of Office, which. I r offering the mushroom At Bam and amok
entered tar second week Taylor showed that sevenof age nave Joined since the movement be available at the door kt M whether to ask Congm to silver dollars for the first Urn books at $ JO for paperback: erupted. Chief ot Police David
today amid signs! that Its Impact tile name wen counted H.cSmoutr.ted began a week!: ago. cents for adults while children merely reduce the amount of In M years. The 43 mUllon' t..... edition* and tJS for clotaV Archer estimated war a block
war beginning to be felt In some that the proponent will be admitted free.ICutlsu silver bi coins or to replace at I wheel will contain more thai bound II diameter' sot
communities. themselves had counted Students Riot .d as PI" 'her with another metal n million ounce. ef silver,
Negotiators seeking to end the them aa good on one page. Ha The potential shortage ef
walkout reported low progress conceded the eighth nam lad BERKELEY, Calif.! (AP A SAFETY ISSUE CITED silver Is related to the shortageof
In efforts to rmolve nearly\ IT,* not been counted mob of 1.300 students continued coins, but It I I. far more basic .
000 local plant demands, the Parkinson noted that "ther to defy University of California long range problem, than the BE YOUR OWN
bulk of which apparently must may be error*" on the report official today In a wfld .demonstration temporary pinch hi coin.
be settled before striking workers submitted that Included the PTC Asks Board Review BIG Il'rrLY
rerun to their ]oba. Taylor scored proponents tor wrecking of a pike car. Treasury' eificUla believe they
haw time to wreirtle with the BUDGETDIRECTOR
An Associated Press survey not making a thorough check to The derjonatratlon, which many sited problem bersus
Indicated that If the depute started Thursday morning and govenment supplies total about
continues) fnr another week the.console continued! today, war In protestof Over School us!Decision JJS billion ounce. nit la
effects win start to be Power Nipped a university edict banning on- enough to supply son-Cnmme.
felt from coast to coast. campus annotation of funds for 1 piat world dtmnd fnr several
Since the GM payroll lag a off campus political project. yean bar the demand la
week behind the work period By Squirrel growing' and fflctl. believe
fcewever most o( the strikers Scientists Expelled A motion was approved nt lilt Ralph Clayton on behalf of a action: should be taken la ad
had another paycheck coming night's meeting a** tile Deinpal I group of parents, mad a motion vane of tile dancer point. Handle All Your Financing I
tab! week. A squirrel early this morning COPENHAGEN: Denmark Brewster Parent.Teacher CDu.1 I w ask that further thought b! They" have .bra studying he
wa* responsible\ for a 30-mlnute dl to uk School given to
muxK ORDER AP) Nlae East Ormaa County denial of bo transprtatJon problem 01 changing the utital
J'OWft'.bUrWt fat downtown De- tattendent John IrnOey and the to the n pupil previously content of dime, quarter aJbalfdollan AUTO
.mminst'AK scientists who preset as crew TV NOAH IIPW
Mon than a quarter Land according: to Roesel members of school board to reconsider denial transported! to school! :' the me that
members were ordered off district\ manager for the Florida a' ship that dockedis el trpuarpaudoa of a group SAFETY (FACTO contain' silver for mot that *, tuSINIH DPE1HH
CM aatembly lIMa In It states Power Cofp.RoeseJ Copeekagen Sunday have .
01 Clayton
said the children's\ a year ,
last Friday when bargainers! said the squirrel became been expelled Iran Denmark alety waa being JenpardUad. not Airtcn LIlTED AU AntJIdIC .
failed to reach agreement on entangled In a klfk voltage after. staying !Oegafly tar tare I "h"* of the two-mo walk Here are some aspects (f fist
national non-economic Issues for line of a Iranstermer at the rear day* Wrestler Killed but because of "the dangerous dilemma:
a new three-year laW centact.Immediately of the county courthouse temporarily Pike Inspector O. Steven uteneeoea at W, New York An aanounrameflt that th* With A LMM From
aald none had travel OTTAWA, m.. (AP) A Da-
production of \ pqmag the uustormer permitsfrom **.. and Truck R/xit:' saver content of coin would be :
new 1K5 Chevrolet*. Bulcki.CUmtbQM. out of service.Th the Allied Travel Board In trait wrestler was killed today H* said the "problem becomes I reduced aught cause mon
Ponttaea and CadCaci power disruption affected West BerU*. when au car went elf the read' non acute" when first, spread hoarding aid roOMtef d its
: camt to a katt. about a Hock-tag area Inetud-<< .ad flipped ever en Inunta sad third! graders save t. walk preaeot Over com
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UAW fautractH work. Radio Station WOCO sad the M aorta of Ottawa. t* -
Bat the tag Treaty Drafted MHoAf with *e adult upr'fluting' '
en to matino en th* jnb at CM courrhooM tttrtt Power was restored K* war Arthur L. BavcVne! Arhti.'First' IJJ.; *AND r ATE S ANL
factories which tan out parts before the eonrtkouae sad MAN-CHESTER. Eagian4 IS, who wrestled fader the the meeting (ttaddawarly
and acwsMiV* sold U tile gtaatautomaker's busiaeeae .ks the area epeved.however (AP Prim ICaleter Dong same el Lrapie Larry Ckea. by 900 pmons. schonl BYRD STATION.! Antarctica
chief eompettion Reset aakt .ba- Home' said today flat M Pike reported they fouad a IJI'fM'tJHal! Donald Tfcorata and (AP A UJ. Navy traa nrt )t, :/1 D _I;"
Ford aid Chrysler.Acnasnrie Bnf werlHrraptiOM ofseveral United. State sad Britain have aprMHig ticket ta his car cftarg-1|I FTC fmtdent Mrs. George Wolf plane touched down aalety ; ::a I. Z ;
oVattaed Jar CM seeeeda ecwred'! tn prepared a draft treaty to pre. lag him with tnraflaf W rn,. > a k.d Mpfinrt of Ik* school car Wednesday after n iCOmileJeureey
atitomnhtle. been to M *p other areas at 1e time the WIt the shoed ef aecWarweapons fie a highway seat AtIII..... HL Jval 10 be held Oct. Jl fc caned to from Aatarctica Heath F...I.C. .. '
available\ Horn space howe traastnrmer shorted and he hopes they can n tad been lawiH. anly fiv P, out that ties carnival will tie lint from the continent W .
11'.,'" the company ordered a Needless to say. the eaaae oil posh It sons aftr the. Amerkaalection. how bete ki* body. want din'I B* tIN only fuadraUini vrat of AUl11'aflalIS the second oaten enrIitN*.YrfcAAaMBAas, $..* 7344111 \$
cutback: tn prodacttoa. a3 la* rjuJrrtl to dead. C8tWecS. 1 the IdIoa( to aatatctU aviaries "' 1 rJ. : .


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F11tDAlrr OfittlR1,1964
Campaigns Clashes Seen I !

Over Petition 13 Persons File Water SystemFor

For Absentees Beresford

1+' '. .11-
fI' for
t i Thirteen applications
!} J"tOpr tln sentee ballots for the with
Johnson'LyndonComeLately' jI ; JH primary Supervisor Tuesday of Registration were filed Katherine Gains

Taylor pointed out to Northrup Odham by the 5 p.m. deadline Bide for construction of a
and Kllgore, who had been In
yesterday. water supply system for the
charge of the audit of the petI.tlon Tuesday voters will choose between Lake Beresford region will be
fll., classification and the
: count
II tOltG .ti seven candidates for
at 2 Oct. 18
nIINI opened p.m. it
.. that some of their errors were Democratic nomination for the
Fllnifi : : I announced.
due) to having voters In the Voluila Hospital was
ip? fAllb 4 YA vacant West J. Rhodes Spell, temporary
wrong precinct when they were Commission post.AbIentif' .
WITH GOLDWATER IN ILLINOIS after Coldwater first had suggested nominee pounded away on the counted In others; some were Authority ballots must be returned chairman of the Lake Beresfoid

(AP) Sen. Barry Gold. such moves. theme that Democratic presidents due to mtopelled names and were I S Monday Seeking Water Awn., said U.S. engineers

water rode hla whlat1e-.topptng Fighting hard to rub out the have always occupied the counted! with correct spelling the by nomination p.m. are George would review the bids and the

train into Illinois today with afresh rIner.happy" label Democrats White House in the 20th century I changes ot address and taxpay Mlchaelos Kathleen Gould L. L. final approval of a requested\

assault on President Johnson have tried to hang on him when the country was involved i lit statue (Line) Jacobs Dr. H. R. Wllber 1130,000 federal loan would hereto

as a ''Lyndon-eome.lattly," he Republican presidential la war. "I'm willing to go over the Elmer C. Dann Walter Nord- be granted before construction .
Just discovering a disarray in --- + said. I and Eugene would start
names One by one Taylor man, an DeLand,
U,S. alliances. More than 1,10tilee will roan he at work
The Republican presidential StreetlightingCost West, Southwest and East as part of President Johnson's Taylor's list proving the count If no candidate receives a ma. Is definite It appeared that

nominee, proclaiming himself a Market War on Poverty program. The camps will be administeredby On recommendation! of County jerky of votes cut, there will the federal loan would be grant

man of "peace through the Interior Department Mea will be Involved la a wide Attorney Charles Luther it wu be a second: prl try on Oct. 13. ed.Spell

strength," criticized Johnson's Is Hiked variety ef eoaservaUoa projects at the aaU.nal parks wildlife agreed to tentatively set up a said 10 construction com'

announced Intention to visit refects, reclamation projects aad India reservations meeting every Friday at 10 ajn. panics already bad requested

Europe after the November Summary where the CHI,. are located. Ncwtnup .,... the; ..&Ioa.. to confer over factual differ' 50,000 FleeHilda's plans and specifications: for the
election to confer with heads of In[ Lake HelenLAKE ences. Questions of law over proposed water plant and distribution .

North Atlantic Treaty Orjtnlza- technical points will be submitted system on BeresfonJ
tlon states about mutual defense As reported by AP and the aamme wI to the court By agree Fury Peninsula and other sections
HELEN Cost of local and Ce. office, Bill
Reynolds College meat' both sides canceled a adjacent to Lake Beresford.
problems.COINS TALKS street lighting for 30 patrons ofcltowned Motors weakened an irregu. I court hearing scheduled for next The nonprofit association was

''1 have news for Lyndon power facilities residing lar stock market early this aft. News Briefs Thursday and set 1 p.m. Oct. 21 formed In May to work toward

come.lately Goldwater said In between! Lake Helenesouth ernoon. Trading was moderatelyactive. Js Opposed for the court hearing. From ,Page I obtaining a salt-free water supply .

:remarks prepared for a Cairo, boundary and Cassadaga Tempers flared on both sides for residents of the area

m., audience. "There Is one was increased last night As the strike against General It From and when cooled, it wu agreed About 135 members of the association ,

thing that can be done to help City commissioners approved Motors entered Its second week that there could be human errors I deposited $15 of which
NATO. Elect a president of the art increase of 10 cents a month there were signs that its impact &Qm Page 1 I la checking on both aides. lag them resemble giant spiderwebs. I $12 serves u a subscribers deposit

United States who believes in for each customer bringing total was being felt to some commu Area Towns Both agreed there was no need and $3 goes for preliminary
street-lighting bills for each Many sports events wen can .
NATO, who wants to rebuild to go to court again until they expenses.

NATO and reject the President patrolto 55 cents. All Big Three autos declined, colleges and universities of FlorIda resolved some of the factual I celed.
The dry's action came aftera with Chrysler especially weak' Hurricane warning flags were
who didn't even act u matters !
meeting last week between said they favor the bill. DEsUKT hoisted all along the Louisiana Famed Composer Dies
existed and down more than a point. declared
he knew NATO "I tell Taylor ,
The you
though the utilities committee headed Steels moved Irregularly lower proposal laid before a leg Miss Adelaide Conte organ. coast: west of the mouth of the
forced him to "you haven't a good I LOS
until Republicans alatlve interim committee on actually got ANGELES (AP) Ernst
by Commissioner Lawrence Vor.pael. after showing a slightly high lit will present a recital Sunday Mississippi River. A hurricane
act differently, education Dr. J. OUle Ed petition. Toch Internationally
and resident" of the area er trend at the start of trading. by at 4:30: p.m. at the Pe- that under I watch extended eastward! to known
., designed to be He also pointed out who came to the
Fresh from a rousing campaign tor was mutually composer Unit.
Increased costs Methodist Ala. and westward
power Buy Community Mobile. to
Aerospace stocks, drugs oils .
rally in Hammond Ind., advantageous to both private the stipulation agreed upon by ed States from Germany when
were proposed. Church The win Include Tell
Galveston, :
and selected blue chips in varl- program
It the
both sides that
backlashagainst and public institutions.TAX proponentscould the Nazis moved Into
where so-called white power In
RESIDENTS: OKAY a number of selections The New Orleans Coast Guard !
HIS groups made gains, but the Rot sufficient
the progress of Negro Vorpagel said residents agreedto SAVING chimes. The Is Invited 1933, died Thursday following\
list as a whole was moving caulously. Dr. Edmunds said, "For each for public valid signatures to make an said It had sketchy reports from I abdominal He
Integration presumably may the added 10 cents a attend. surgery was 75.NOTICt .
pay additional 1,000 students served to election necessary that they had a ship 348 miles southwest of the
affect the November month after hearing that the The Associated: Press Louisiana Coast or somewhere
average by private institutions there agreed to concede I LaliAL *
results; Goldwater had avoided city was, losing by furnishing The Auxiliary to DeBary American .
money of (0 stocks at noon was up 1 would be a tax saving of V max: EXTENSION near Hilda's eye but
any mention either there or atree11htlnl' 11the at 8235 with industrials up J, million in new constructioncosts. Legion Post 29* will hold Parkinson agreed to an extension declined to say if the vessel was i NOTICCl Of SUIT

other itopa in Ohio or Indiana ot area. rails up a and utilities unchanged. In addition these tuition a plutlc-were party at the homeof of whatever time is in distress. IN CIRCUIT Order ef COUKT Publication Vf THE ,

the civil rights Issue The new rates went Into ef- grants made directly to the Mrs. E. lovanna IT Monroe for Taylor to check The Weather Bureau said BBVBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

The Republican nominee feet yesterday, the commission I The Dow Jones Industrial ay- students would have the salutary Ave., Denary, Monday at 10 the necessary lists Northrup contends are coastal tides from Galveston IN .AND Ir"LOIUD.tN FOR VOLUtTA CHANCERY<
scoffed at what he termed noted. I era,. at noon was off .94 at effect of developing Flor valid signatures and should be Tex., to Mobile Ala, would Core No, 57,<>H HIV. H
Johnson's rigged society pro- Commissioner Jerry Wosenske mot. Ida's greatest neglected resource am.The public II Invited. counted. reach five feet by sunrise with ANNA PJCLLfcUftlNO, PlanttUJOINPIc

posals. presided at last llght'l' regular I CM and Ford were each down the brainpower of bright Pointing to the report Taylor higher tides as Hilda moved PELLEGRINI:

He said: "How' wrong can a netting In the absence of Mayor fractionally while American Motors and ambitious students who are laid "When I got this thing and Closer to Ihore.Humcaneforci. IN THE NAME OJ' THE.oT1'T"d'

man beT Lyndon-corns.lately Ertton Royal. I and Studebaker were about often discouraged from attend. ObituariesDutcher found nine times out of 10 you winds 73 rLORIDA

may not realize it, but this I OTIIEB ACTION unchanged. lag college because of mountingcosts ,were wrong, I got upset. File m,,p.h. or higher extended out TO JUStPH Who' reeldence PELLEOR1NO: and address
America of ours has been a The commissionHEARD : US. Steel Bethlehem and and feel." honest data and well meet In 80 miles from Hilda's center I.,
it be that an estimate IIfem.rl.IICY Jones A. Laughlln eased. Edmunds, said total college have winds between 39 and ,..41 Maipetb. Avenue *
great society ever since I Services good faith. All we ever with gale Maapath, 11. New York
gan." requirements wouldbe IBM dropped about S. Sunray enrollment In Florida last fall wanted from the beginning was T4 m.p.h. 200 miles to the north TOil are hereby required to Me
filed next week to obtain federal DX Oil slid than was more than 100,000 and this Mrs. Mir count. with th* Clerk of this Court your
He suggested the President more a point. Funeral services for the truth and an honest and cut and 100 miles to the answer to the Bill of I
"has to wait for the latest poll disaster funds to help pay Hilton Hotels spurted more figure will be doubled by the end lam Demlng Dutcher. S3, U.S. Parkinson agreed adding that southwest of the eye. filed hereto wtalnit you Complaint In the
for property damage caused by than a point. Loral Electronics of this decade. above entitled cauna an or before
17 North who died Thursday locators had made an honest TEXANS FEARFUL
what to do and what
to ten him the recent hurricane. the sth day ef November A.D,,
and what to think." tacked on about a point, make AID OFFER will be at In report. Residents of Texan coastal loon and serve a copy thereof upon
to say -VOTED to consolidate thlellV' Re said his Before : Memories TIII Samuel e "
senator said leg a large percentage gain for appearance the Chapel Then Taylor exploded again. areas uncertain where Hilda V. Hole plaintiff at.
The Arizona insurance under a single this low the subcommittee "Is not to be torney, herein whnea address I la
had Into -prlctd issue. lord Funeral Home with the He charged that Parkinson had would hit poised to flee their 111;! North Third 1 Street .
Johnson only swung
policy. Conrad Insurance Co. ofDeland Sunshine Mining and Tidewater interpreted u an appeal for Rev. Canon LeRoy D. Lawson to court charging that the Florida. "DELAND SUN NKWg1la
action to bolster local law enforcement gone home .. ......
will Issue the policy OIl were fractional state funds to aid private col. hereby dealcnated the
of St. Barnabas Episcopal county commission "deilberatey" At Beaumont Tex., Sheriff! R. In which I this order
and to end the draft paper ahall bapubllahed
Commissioners noted that about Xerox leges rather It Is an offer of \
: recovered more than ; Church officiating. and "fraudulently" countedthe I once a w.rk for 4 rnn
1300) would be saved in the con I. Polaroid added about a point. aid by private colleges In a crisis Burial will be In Oakdale E. Culbertson said 400 persons ....utlv. wecka, HEREIN PAIL
petitions."You .
solidation. would be evacuated from Sabine NOT OR A DECRFB PRO rOKB8MO \
Flame'Contest Helping to bolster the list we all share. Cemetery. that this (pointing : WILL BB ENTFRFDAOAUN8T :
Miss say Pass starting at T a,m., to
-WAI TOLD that an opinion with fractional Forty cent of Florida'scollege prevent
gains were per Pallbearers win be Henry to proponents' report) is rutS FUR BUCK VAILThe -
from the state'i students educated flood tides from cutting,off \laIC.
attorney general American Telephone are being
Jersey Davidson Donald Emery John dents of fraud the of
on part nature of this suit la t bill
Set had not bell received over Standard flu" Pont American In private institutions, he Haymond, Al Smith Dr G. M. county commission and yet eVI'j roads to the Interior. for rtWorieWITNEMS. ,
whether could said. Edmunds added Culbertson sent his deputies Mr hand and eel al
the city legally Cyanamid United Aircraft and that operating 1
Erlckson and J. R. Drown. say your reports stoat De Land, Voluu County, >"lorl use public funds to pay lor litigation International Harvester. expenses of through;, In. : Parkinson\ protested and and, civil defense workers from I thla path day o( September, Al1M4t >..
to obtain reduced telephone Off about Ahr'R. tUuUon ar*> met tul.tlon door to door during the night !
point I I
a were lor answered 1 don't think MATHABAa
Machael McCann JESS
J' rates. A citizens group ductton and SoeID,. Down fractionally gifts and endowments and J. was too hot about it If I was IapoOIIzt advising Sabine Pass residentsto Clerk Circuit ('Ultrt.
From Jteg has complained over rates and were Eastman Kodak therefore "are not a charge up. I be ready! to move at day. Vol...'. County. Florida
to the three of
Michael J. McCann (1 28
service the Telephone on the you. (orrictAL KISAH
of public
: Orange City Union Carbide, Texaco Santa treasury break to evacuation centers In
aoted that ByJUCh I.
Co. Shell Road, DeBar, a resident Taylor proponents ANDeU
re. schools at Beaumont Nederlandand
Consolidated ,
The new "Miss Flame" win -ANNOUNCED hilt organizational Caterpillar. Edison and ,of Denary for six years, died through the press and television Port Arthur. 6.IS143SNOTICB
crowned the outgoing 140 Ballots ReceivedDeLand yesterday at Sanford.A had declared that their reports
be : by fund raising:'drives in Prices oi\ the American Stock TO
Wentx while De-- retired gardener, he was showed the commissioners IN TRIO COUNT JIIDI1ErWJHT '
ruler Joyce Chief Charles, Holman Lake Helen would require a Exchange were generally high Chamber of Com. a member of St. Ann's Catholic hadn't properly counted the petitions : Local Group Gets IN AND FOR VtlU'BIA PRO
Land Fire municipal retail Ucen.SCHEDULED .., er. merce Director COUNTY FLORID IS
Charles Hall
the Church !>eBary.Hi and yet their own lists were 8ATB:.
will be on hand to present a meeting Corporate bonds were firm. said today 140 of 412 ballots for incorrect. : License Of WOOD or
Is survived by two sisters, trR.N'k TE'l1.AI.'lR
winner with her robe. with representatives of the Volunteer U.s. government bonds marked election of nine new directors I'l. Dectaaeil.
for the contest\ will all Fire discuss time I Helen Donlon of DeBary and To all oradltora and all perenn
Judges Dept. to in
purchase quiet the had been
dealings over received. The ballots I ha"ln chime or demands
Mary E. Walls, Denary a sister Named The Federal Communications
DeLand. Theyare ;
be from of a twway radio I'Itll1011) \ counter. were mailed yesterday to all Speaker aaalnat aald eatata:
Mrs. Barbara Blankenbeck- for use by vehicles.Appeal In law, Nora McGinn of Daytona Commission yesterday approved Yeas and each of you, are herehvnotified
officer In the voting members ot the chamber Beach and two brothers Moose transfer of the license of Radio and required to pre.. t
lor of Orlando Lodge which
By demamle
Deadline for any clalma and
the ballots
State Fireman's Auxiliary; Dob Noon Stocks casting; Michael Donnan and Pit Station WOOO la DeLand to you either of you mar be"r.kThh
which contain names ot 18 rick McCann both of Shorn Broadcasters Inc local aetata tl ERMHT: 1>.
Captain of the Daytona I ;
Dlttman Filed DeLand residents, I. ,Oct. 10. E. Dudley Weldermeyer of deceaaad, lata of VoluilaJooniy

Beach Fire Department; Chief and By Til. AeeaUta! .Press The nine names receiving the Beach.Allen-Summerhin, DeBary, Is dearwator will be guest speaker corporation.The station has been in receivership : ,;.Florin*. County, to fie Judae Hon.ef Jnh Vo.*
Orlando Fire Department AnisCual at the testimonial enrollment hiela CountT. at his ..!tire In the
22K IntPap 35% greatest Bomber of votes wtU be
For WadeA la of since .
charge arrangements. February 1963. County Courthouaa In DeLand, V.
Paul Pennlngton. Alcoa IS* JoneeAL 84\i elected to the board of directors: meeting of DeLand Lodge 1128, with Brian E. Tolby president hiela Count Florida, within ell
CONTESTANTS AmAlr 44% KalaAl 33 Loyal Order of Moose. ....nth. from the data ef the flrelaubllratlon

The contestants with their motion for a new trial! tar AmCan 44 HAmCyan Ken'cott tlLlgaMy hem Steel 40% off ,Kf Republic Harold II. Smith Final plans for the, meeting of aa the corporation serving demands not Hereof oreeanted. All chime within' and the

sponsors are as follows! : Leslie Wade Jr.. DeLand, eon. IOU KH Steel 48% up 34. to be held at I p.m. tomorrow, Other officials in the .time... and ''R else manner nresedh.4
Word has been received hereof I corporation .In shalt be barred ae pro.ld.db"
Yvonne Dunmire, Graham Vided of the second degree murder AmMot 1TM Loch'd 11% TWA 47K off M; Ford 57)4) off were made at last night's meeting DeLand law.
are Ralph
Drafting Service Freda Singleton of his wire was Died la Circuit ATaT 6.U Lorillard 44H Kl I Anaconda E2H off H) Sunray the death of Harold Smith 73, of the local Moose lodge. AU attorney Dat.d I.ptembe, 1, A D .
I R. Clayton vice president and W'.
ot Clarence A. ; fLYN
brother Mrs.
Roy thereon Co.; Shanen Court today. AmTob 14H Magvox 29 W DX Oil MX off fflj Amer. Telephone the candidates for enrollment are James W. Lea, Aa AdmltiNlraOr nr MARTIN.b. KnutaAttorney !
Geiger, Suburban Dress Wade was charged with first Ampx: Cp 1T% MplsHon 124 61 up H- Lane and Mrs Emma McEntJ'oBey asked to be at the lodge by T arer.will. secretary-treas nr Er..t 1'1. M-rtln 1>10......

Shop; Roxanne Reynolds Paul) degree murder of his wife Versa Anaconda S2H MMM 58% Chrysler 60$ off 1; Woolworth both of Orange dry and '.1ft. A buffet dinner and dance OLlCN W.for MARTIN. K.:ate

Hunter's Restaurant; Becky Mae.'A 12,man Jury returned Armour 49* Mohasco 1JH J9H up M, General Motors 98>i Mrs. Mary Stafford of DeLand.Mr. will follow the ceremonial.At be held for members and 114 W. New York Avon,

Cochran L. L. (Line) Jacobs: ; a; second degree murder verdict.' Babcock 3JV4 Monte I4H off Vil I Westlnghouse Elec.! 38% I IIInclt. Smith died In Clinton.Mass. I.W; p.m. today a fish fry their guest" DeLand, Florida O.t.I.-t

Petra Northcott NelsnerM; Pat Ralph Clayton DeLand defense BethStl 40% MontWd 39 K .. General Electric 194 up 1 ., when he made his home

Rae, Florida Bank; Becky Mc attorney filed the motion fat anew i Boeing 16 H NatDalr nTNatOlst ,W; Xerox 124% up J%. In the 1920s, he and his father Rites, Chtshobn H217. Brooklyn, LEGAL ADVKKTI.I.IIH.IMTTATeTNINT

Afee. Wlnn.Dixie; Carol Cede trial, I Borden 71ft 2711 4 On the American Stock Exchange A. B. Smith operated a store In N.Y.. the Pythagorean Lodge, O* OWNIRiHlff. MANAQKM1NT A"O; CIRCULATION(

Pierson, West Volusta Fir Extinguisher Wade also facet trial on a Brunswk IV, NAmAv SO Republic Indo was 10 Orange City. FAAM. Fryburg, Maine, and the L(Act'?y ,"(,' 12, i&VKStt less Tltl. ", c"u' ,ul- Cale.

Sales *. Service. second murder charge for the CaterTr 35% Penney S9HPRJl up Kt Synttx ISM unch.; Brows. Other survivors Include his Association el Retired School t Till.:J'.. t I UII'DSLANO. BUN. News

Also Sharon Cowart, Seville fatal shooting of William ChavUJr Chrysler UHPhllMor UM up ,M.Jtytf. wife Mrs. Grace Smith; a.,., Teachers.He t Frequenry'Jlcal'T a"TUIIOAV liaua: SUNDAY" MORNING' AND tVIRY APTINNOON
Lions Cub of Plenon; Kathy Wade admitted to the shooting Coc Cola 10Com4 Harold H. Smith Jr.} a daughter. Is survived by his wife, 4. Location *f Known Office .f l>unn>* ', .,.1.,
ot and Bin Mrs Gladys Wild DeBary; a sip' rode)( to a WOODLAND itvDl OeCANoYVoluSIA COUNTY,
Callahan, Mather Furniture of both after finding them I 54 PhlUPet MH ; Murkctird. Mrs. Joan Wilson, FLORIDA, urn
DeLand; Pam McCarthy: H. P. together 1 la a borrowed apart ConEdU 15% RCA MH grandchildren.' sea Edward: Wild. Ireeport L LeNRea et the R.adquarNre< se Oen_- lIu.I.... Office* el therNubIBh.r.
Gainings ContCan 48 41 N.Y., and three grandehndrea. Not prhnt.n): IIAMI A' A.Cva..
Marie H74U
Sharim Com!
LeTFemll Jewelers; Melissa theft Dow 1Ie Revlon ru Nortneut JACKSONVILLE riarloa Lawrence Wild Allen.SummerhlU DeBary, is L ....-.,....-1rd.tnNi etr eM.:,Ii.ha.O.I..D.. IjdltJll'.. ,p fin.A.M.m' Wile,

Colvlg, Bob's Auto Parts; Pun Youth Auditions Set dllPollt 2'12" ReyTob 43EAL Market Kilra: prvee te retallera: En: la charge of arrangements. teller. -,HIGH Baiter, ABO- MlCHAMO H.( WSSTl'nvILT.H. WSSTIUVSLV D. ANO,I'LA.D.LAND I'LA.

Parker, DeLand Dodge and 3114 1u..P 12 tare. ee.e.larsa. amtly"H.Sa elf t, medium imatr M.a of.; Lawrence W. wnd. 70. 333 Angeles 1. Owner (If WMI, by ,ferwwalleti. lie lama end adilreaa meal k*
a' Immediately
Teresa DeKalands DefaceSprings When Stover Theater on the E.Kodak 13114 Seaboard 54 1T u "11I1' "'U M'MlPoultry stated. and thereiimler the Mmea and addnwe.0.tnekhod.n
yesterday ( ownlnii aoldln
or I
ilf" **n>aat or atop of total amount
Sherwln Williams Palat Ststson University campus opens Firestone 44" Sears 12214 *al tarn,. In DSLand.died Exclusive! .f aterk., If not *we.>l hy a oorporetlen the. tams ..d ."dr_..
I1aPw' : Fryer*. 11 af see Iadtvidal.wnwt meat ** .1.l ... If owned. ay (
11\4\ Sinclair a partnerahl
eo. Its doors fur interviewing( children 4114 VOLt'SIA couNTVINN A resident of Denary for eight aj oih.r onlneorpnmted firm. 'It a sacs .... &old,..*, a wU aa
minutee-Kl en tomorrow afternoon, It r1aI'6I. 13 Socolty: n C .. years, he was a retired schoolteacher tidy tie MOMI ef *ack Individual mat a* gin.)

Every 20 will herald the beginning the Thud 11% 8pmyR 1414 lira tare.-._.. 4> It from Brooklyn. N.Y. He D.LAND:ue'gTaHINa' CO, 1i| a Waealan BivTI. DeUane. Flat

leaves or enters New York fifth season of drama Instruction J'nnItDa U\4\ StBrand riFreptiul J-araa Medium-..., ,_,:: 4 4 was a member of the DeBary (Often) MTseAoVaatoet
Harbor, one of the world's bust. I and productions by the CM1 41% ItONJ N1FruehTr Smell __.,-_-_ ... M IS SI Presbyterian Church, the Waylagers IIwwV a. fUkCICATIONS, )INC. lot, B.enrt Dlula Other hey Seewlty. Weal Pete H Mera eea.h.OwnlneAdd '1..
Stlldeball Uverat* arlra trow vawla. el .H.aldealknlMre: .:.,::: :
eat roadsteads. dren's Theater. Bruce Griffith 1314 1% *.. of DeBary the Scottish ; .. msdt ,eaewer
roiiltnrma'o .A. ) ..
1 CIttJya 3e" SwIft 13ClftEl % Otber .VII. (I$ ties are goad. ne statelt
Stover Theater director, expects N.m. .
TUB FAMILY .* the Ule. W. A. this one to be the best yet. N% Texaco 11314 tits DWf.reetdeli (NON.. ) -
A P.nanph. T .... I l...l' *. M .._ _
I SOL JoaMa ., IM N. FUrUUAT Clnrda 1t\4\ nlo"01 14 whore the auwkboldor r II'
( will 1 .
Auditions begin at
p-n "Po lb. baaka" ,
hIlql :h.NeIapv..r.:: ef the aompnay aa mate or In nny
wika to thaita Male he CIIIMWI 43% UCarb 121'4 relation, tk
and aU interested\ people nama M the perm ar orpantlon for
: Ir"art ClIIMIre wlt" surC Rhine Ie -1"11( as.. SC. _.. ,,,. .
It '
their aM e*.....aoee. eatlitoaitlfel In the eacouraged UaltAlro 1114 RAMBLER TRADE-INS ekew thr .m.,', .t. I. I. Sara.lrapbe .
'.U""ka\ad k.S.e se I. th aNum
Itowers, aa>4 ether acts to come for Interviews. Goodrich rr% UIII'NIt4'\ GOLD aaace. act aed vorlty koMeratnoteaa
.I .,..s.ia y sawwa .. them orate Those who are former member Coodyr 44% VSSt.el 5134 Garb.... do aM net sewn"apps..spew m .... bolbs N ,... _pa., u hold

taw <**la ef ew kesa aid do lot need let C D4 J1% UllvMat 1514 .. sMoeiLtn.uCe 1PeeM AS tOW, KEY .. Names and i sedrwp a eapa of "do o"J: :
of the twe groups << teat O.AMSLI "tea".4.e, tilt ot _
eesdlaw.v' attend the interviews, but should Gel 391{ West,ill IIIIItHan' Ayiemaiia III.*,*. anal H.
u eJtr.. liby laces Botlfy Griffiths If they Intend to 63),1 W1anDlx 3614 IawwlCNha=: $ $9,5. "Haw WM ..o4 hi Mrairrapka f aid S ekes led. Intarealo *t such l 4iMaall
latllck $30 Waolwik aM "? $21t5.. AUTO are aqulvaJeot I* I oerrent *r eves of tlor ... loul Uo steel
KrI* tUr.*f I continue participating the pro a," .' ._ SMtiritlM tile ImWaMmeeeraoratta
........ i I'w AveranN*. Ci
gram.I At 1J.1I: pm. Stock prices wee OMTIAO 4 Dew ...4.a.1N.. NAMaMIM. J........... W'e'se.ep.e POLICY r J>Iln. Shwte TMM Waarootday's

were mixed moderately active l Macthe ;: : e-
..... fS95. H
IfeIIn)MiudeQpt4 iodic=. Mt* r r- i.IMl A Mae u., I t ...* to)sryV P15,1115" a Tee.T lea (1pN Parted

3 I Negro News, 1 U S Steel was n err Hi Bethle- *am.f* C ....... hymNNa (NN ... )sa) ..... 6595 6469
.... .
la *ny ': Boinra** i
1__ .... .Jib Wt tAUMUl Inter 1 LeswwaNNe.i :.;: 4 Ao l4* iUl Death a. _
... ( Tnaam .f9jpeak: Mew cease LI ....... Mttl
w. HntPLEXIGlAS !< 4 itetl at SacS ..u !
., M yt aSl Uon Urged Ogre Orr.f e annaHe, ==: 5966 5306
Begi tr

., .. "':::1hl4M mimes SATS .... .... UtItS OUt for Cae. e te telenaartlsei. At a.. Sates .........
Pwea. I>.Laa4. Members of the T Qua, I 991
t9QIAU! StAIn MOKfrAT. OCT. Mfc. NeOvfifHlesiCeetottiArthur
., e rr... *. ... aU residents whe hail JOt
'i Ys'::1Ili Tf.I a Mt.w,.., .Ne registered' to vote U do s* by la Stock TO IUT 110000, pelf* AND UWISIS.JACOI5 lime Co fie'e.pJpWN 1L" 307m

Ig., .... Dec.Nw .. Saturday. The nglstratioa! office 212
.It la la the county courthouse I Othercaca.j

..1J. ;f'w< fi',' TraniporUtlM may be eNd u ed'ewwutl Do *rwar tr. *l CM4e ttrlkwted >Ieo

._I.J N.". ..... by eaUtag 7J4.4JM or THOrtLHOflPITAL FiMIStlPaint \ Dtli a Nor kb M and(Sn af.-ttnan.,,.. 6461 6369Goldtvater

C .', Ciirtari OM1l17ve.A%Ill',..aat. W. KKTORTWt & Glass MeTOI1, SMVKE 1.MeL I arMfy tknl .... ...e-.. **...
ty are newt aid
Sift snit TIn. __*. Sllsi VolMba MeoMTlalnamlaaed m a. t9laaai 111 wIT fBIN Ayt, faaxnaat
0 jJft. II .e "'.... 444 KYD.DaLUD r
.... MLa : Mrs. Mary White, i 1 MOM 7)4.1447 "
lOr._.0tt, MO*. 13? W. Dtvisroa St. 247 N. ... "". 714-im J




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Aid Measures male 3 Dd.AOII( A) SUN tQ1 FRIDAY, OC70KI2, IfM

I .l May\ Be Brushed Aside .. .iptkpa.un : Farm Group INCREASE Demos View

.M NUMBER OF CHILDREN Sets 'Recess' NOTED IN Calm Caucus

As Solons Hurry Toward Adjournment S REACHING AGE 17
TAMPA (AP) Despite fSl
t Over Boycott SMOKINGWASHINGTON defection of tome DemoerttW
lawmaker to tile Barry Galdwa-

WASfflNCTON (AP) Two bona and once this tutu cork' want to stay in OIIIgna1m DES MOINES Iowa (AP) (AP) ter cams, the Democratic can
The cui of tilt Florida! Houa of Representative
key administration Agriculture Department
measure I la Mown tt will be hard to bold WashingtonTo OUtlNS The National
aid to tat aged ill and to tile the I Farmer OrganlMttott aayt isle 'long-range was expected to re-
member an
of whom cornplet: the fiscal work of Till dmt lON which had been striving: main calm
AppalaeUa poor may bebrushed must stand re-election if they the beg 1%& senates, the House 3 a ,t pArH AUUDT for M days to halt tht marketIng trend of cigarette smoking! The moved bate
aside as Congress la being stoked to vote on a tl y tORN IN pOST WAl of'I of livestock In' drive torhigher remains uncertain.
sprtata toward adjournment billion supplemental bill (tole IODM a Smoking hlthtvllf'f' dropped Tampa Thursday and aettted
FEC Strikers money 1 pram ended it! holding down to work-the little
The this year after Isau- they
reapportionment rider already for the added requirement of action
has Thursday night sore of the turgenn planned to do-thia morning
been yanked from the several government agencies 2 r rdl general
foreign< aid bill Ask and on the Senate. version of a Put Omen Lee Staley et! Rea, a report which condemned Four 1 legislative' Interim com
LBJ.Aid IoM Mo., the NFO president said minces wr to meet today with
AI if flipping the calendar *3.25 billion fortgn aid appropriation smoking ai a
pare to October mad them that It WM only a I'f'l'tt. hi the health hazard his In- maJor attention focused on the

suddenly aware of how fast MIAMI BEACH (AP The The authorization which seta 1 controversial farm group's ef. creased recently The domeotlc > higher education and comntrel

election! day to approaching Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen (he ceiling for this spending 1,10 itu iwo 11 >*n mj 1M IMS fort to gain bargaining power mprlcM output of cigarettes al code group

members ct Congress are wish to end the Florida cleared a conference of House with meat processor. this year, however, Th. actual caucus: wu ached

exhibiting a sudden. zest to get East Coast Railway itrlke and Senate member Thursday TEEN AG6 TIDE IISFS-Look for t big Incresi* In teen- \1LD'T ncn>E.NTS la expected to be 5,12 bil. tied for Saturday morning

theft work done and get out on longest In U. S. rail history night stripped of all reference to age problems during the next decade Reason: At N w*. The boycott, which started lion I per cent below "I fully expect thin caucus ta

the campaign trail Charm Luna. pr* ldeht of the portlonment of state leglslaturea chart shows there are golnf to be i lot more teenagers Aug. 20 was the longest In a loot year be lust like (ethers abort and

But when they will dOlt up BrtT. war told Thursday by 1.100 It war a long tight over around. Tht..year. 3.700.000 of them will celebrate their serlei At such moves. Effective The d Ie l II I It. which sweet said Rep E. C. Rowellof

hop and whether they will be members of the union In conves. this aid bill rider which tied up 17th birthdayi. That nearly a million more thin In In 23 states on cattle.. hog and reached as murh as I percent Sumter County who barring

called back to Washington after tlon here, to aid President John. the. Senate for weeks" and helped 1983. After 1M6 each )'tar'. crop of te\enteeni will be sheep. It wu marked by violent In February.April. a sudden political storm wlfl b*

r-ov. 3 it a mystery at this ann to sate all the power. at his prolong the tension.It bigger than the one )before, reaching 000000 or more Incident In the Midwest Two wan 2 per cent In May- named ap" esker for the 1965 s.a.

point command to end the strike that the full House' and Senate by 1974. It all means multiplied headaches for parent, NFO men were killed when I July. sine at the Saturday meeting

Before the House today la began on Jan XI. 1963 give their. approval to what theconferees educator and sociologist. Data are from Population ratltt track hit thorn at a load 'If cigarette use 1.011'ttnu.I He said the meeting will probably

SU3 billion worth of appropriaLSO.AL They said the strike war hurtIng did, the: small band of Reference Bureau. Ing station in Wisconsin fairly near the lev.el last lew than aa hour

-- countless small businessmen liberal who fought to uphold Except for a flurry of short Indicated for mid,"." There may possibly a move by

NOTicaaAMINBIO the Supreme Court "one man- supplies during the Mily day the department laId Wednesday Dad County Interests to bar
who the
one depended on FEe
[ IUIT. for mall and one vote" decision will have ol the boycott the major terminal "output and consumption speaker Mallory Horn from
r.1- iiI!: C'IICt'IT riwRT 0. THill express passenger won an even larger victory than might be up a presiding the
over caucua.:
market '
CEVLAS TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT service The FEC has resumed they expected IT AIN'T THE VOLUME little In 10! The Tallahassee
little effect
.I '
tOUI' service on recsiptJi or
t D'RI AVOi. freight but carries 110 For
I I. all that had remained of "Tht 'Immediate and aroused the Ire of some Dame.erau .

ARRAC COVSTRUCTIO.V; NO MT1I( COM.t>, mall passengers or expreis Senate Republics Leader Everett prices But Staley. charged: Report- longer range trend of cigarettt particularly the Young
The telegram to the President .
IJLMT INC, a Fiend eer .ntinnPUlnutt, i M. Oirksent proposal to consumption, however Democratic organization when
APPEALS fd tabulated
THAT W receipt figure
PIGS byjtroceiaor
aald half the population of Florida delay for at least a year action and marketing Inl.neats will remain tomt- h* publicly announced, nil support
was affected and that Inter on the
A A Supreme Court dectotan what uncertain for
ROSIN in< MTRIAM ROIKV. torn for Republican Cold-
his, ,,if. It it. D (.nd.nt.. ems in charge of the FEC do nol that both houses of state legislalures during the holding action Mm."

TOl tnt A. A.G...Ritttn".. Petit Reed I dMir to negotiate a settlementand be apportioned purely onpopulstlon POMONA Calif AP) Adults with )"nape; of leather .have. been rldleulous"Each It also reported a con\ water for president

VTMtpnrl" Conn,cUcut refused all{ efforts to arbitral << was a mild "'tens of took turn bellowing at a small herd nt rjliwla,nful swine at holding action has tlnulng Increase In cigar

Minim' -... .IiaeUtI ,,- *. : Congress'< declaration which the Lo Angeles County Fair hog calling chnmplonihlp been" much stronger thin the and clgarillo with consumption

0..... r.t, RNA The union laid "only' strong would not have been' binding '"Whoo pigs!" yelled one ast.' ae aald Many more this year expected

TAu Westport, bed filch Connecneul of ore, action from the government will It was designed to. allow district "SMo-ey, son-ey!" hollered another.. farmers. have Joined the NFO" to bt 30 per cent
tntttl.t that a lull to f"r'rlo.. a terminal this situation" courts in their discretion, Not a pig moved No. ont would lay how much larger than last season.

rhanlca nee, OB Ilia Ixlnw d.pcttC.d ... to ID permit slat legiatature Then up stood a slim blond boy named JohnnyPigs' livestock' : NFO men now will he

atalnit property you hoe In hoof lh. riirnlt mmmtneti FFA Members\ Meet up to six months to reapportion h* cried, in a clear young voice Plggv piggy?" tending to market and what the -

Court .t tha Seventh Judicial rirrult and ((2l permit the next electlons Malt a down. big porkers lunged across the pig psvtlllon Impart on prices will be. The

'11I1'I4a.In and for Voluaia county: Thirty eight members of th* for state legislature to be In answer to the (rill olnklng !happily! The crowd applauded organl/ation don not dlacloaeta : Skin Ailment

The aMtrarOtM title xf Ida ranaa DeLand Chapter of the Future conducted on the basis of Mat That was how 4 year-old Johnny Mangrith, of Pomona, membership
II Arra C..n'II'U"U" Comiunv. lnru Farmers. of America attended a law In effect Sept 20. the 14M this Staley cautioned member
C Florida corporation. plumtitf' ... won IIoa.r.lllnf trophy 'eek. not
A A. Rein and Miriam Aoaon, meeting yesterday at DeLand Now even this watered down Runner.up wa* the 1953 champion, Sarah E. Shahtall of I to dump their supplies, At Ch|.

bis Till wij d.s. at.rlptton al. dafanilanli.ft the nil prop High School. proposal appear dead. Chcamt nge. She Is 85 ratio Thursday cattle and hog Not Smallpox

arty proc:..d 4 aolnit la: Following committee's .. Whatever faint hope admin The winner father I I. an agent of the U S Internal primps were about! the same ubefore Vines Gould

Sb. Nartharlr tn O tttt *t Let reports, school custodisn toratton force. had that the Revenue Service, and admit to calling hog, now and then Aug 20 and were around ATLANTA APA) ease of
1. Bliwk I 4, Fail Paytona. aiftr Luther Thompson spoke on hit plan to enact health care for the ai a hobby. W a hundredweight under mini-
map In Map Rook 1. Pass travels In the United States, Illustrating aged would be approved by this skin ailment which rausd hun
V,41. Public Racorda of Vnln... Among 'those who failed lo place wai a Marine horn mums the NFO ought
county Florida airapt the pos.glen his talk with I1IMI.L..AL Congress were. all but extinguished Camp Pendleton, ('.UI., who paid he practiced hot calling at Staley' advised rnernhere not drtfta of person at Fort Myeri,
takta for atr .t purimwat"i Thursday when a con- night In the b.n.I'kl. Fit. to tet smallpox vardn'
'th.r wilt any np.rlaa MOTICS ferenecommittee' that has It eU anything until the market (Ion earlier. thia week probably
... An export explained this boui ihli qufiilont
Plots appartalnlnc there( J"nny''ItlOry way: >rlce ban been eattbllshtd
been' trying to en It skin disease.
out a compromise a according to
Tail Ire h.r.t>y 'nutrod to Ma NOTICI TO CP.IOITOMIV bill broke It aln t the volume that cnunti. hut the appeal of your the day they plan to sell U. S. Communicable
your Answer of other, nlndlnta THB!: fOII NTT Jir'"F up In stalemate Voice You got to>> make the hogs think you havt something a Dlataa
Vii till Clark of the ....... Court rnt'RT IV AND Pod MM.<""IACOI for them" Center report "Our 41 let opted when
and i"H. cony thereof ape 'NTT, rU>RlD\. t drk.' Jj Rohlnnnn. lop K. Scout Leaders the cnlMrt were rtiln|,
Church Street, Ff. Box. :ell, (It.J > 1:01 Rill F.IITATIII or Mills O Ark, scheduled another disease wu smallpox, but
Undo. Florida, attorneys fur ,,1.1110tIlt. 4.XTtlONt .LATCRA, session today But Mill and the CDC said Thursday It la t.d tit the .tlgkatr'1 tkBiWt
on or ntfora the lotk day o( rn.sid.Te
Cetobar U.4, all rradltora and all prri..... other House conferee are Rise Plan ActivitiesORANGE not smallpox but probably la (nil chini*** t* e Ilea
If you tail to da ao a D.rr.a Pro hiTln rlalma nr damand adamantly opposed to the More Raids Population
ConI.... will .. 'Dt..." atalnatyou .,,''n.. pad MtataTo : pro. dermatitis,, in eruption of the wntr,* ..lIe, wltk pin
for tha relief dernoodod Intha ". and arh of you, ... bfralirnoiifiod gram. Cmr At i rent
a Corn taint, and raqulrnl .o Annul The proposal for honpltallzation akin.Concern classy. WIN It pal the "'I.*
Cilcd BurnsPLANT leaden" rounrtl\ of raised when WVrearold
WITNGV* mr band and She wet any cl.lm. and ..."' ,d. pM"h benefit Pledged On By Orange City was a
et sold Court In Orlando, Volume ton. or .""... of you ma? have for persona retiredunder Roy Scout Troop 544 plan forth ) yardman became Wand al nth end, dismiss, (ran"

.County f taptambar, Florida, A on D th 14tl a Jar". day .II...In.e hlat". ,the dartawd onto of late Ambon of,, VO' by the Social Senate Security to was added Cmr (AP) Mayor" month wen mad and. the the mina war dlignosri clinically Ihli dog bite it part tl the
hints, Co inly. Florida In till Hoa a HfIIl"'puaad 'Shine Stills them for October will be Maturing of
JS05!: HATHAa Hs>don Rural of Jirksonvllle as smallpoxNt ca *
Mil p ,
Clark of tha Circuit court John *. Rylnaion oiioty Jodie of Increasing the baale Social and featly Iluhlltl teremget"d
Voluan County. Florida Voiu.ia' tnunty. at hla ..1ft.. In Security retirement' Democratic candidate for governor Mapping" smallpox has been reported tn
(.t: ) the I'nuntv I'ourtbo ina .In PeLand. It GAINESVILLE ( aald Thursday. Florida Three Junior. officer wr g1v Florida since IMS
5r .' RACNSL ANI'IRI'W'' Volume rnuniv. Florida. with'itII appeared likely the corn- Are.T11e
GILLS.: Kx: I( a sox' month. from the data of lbafirst mine will be inked to drop the Stats' Reverag Departmentpromised : population II growing so rapidly en appointment. Jerry Huher

Orlando 1"1 E .Churfh FlnrldaAtar..y au-aat I and domanda..,hllotilnn pot hereof preaenied All rlalma withinarrlkad '. health. plan lot thia year and further monnihlite It will "take II'. best minds in will be llhrirlin: Cent Law- Riot Injure) 32

fop Oh. tom. and to ti. rn/nnIP pm. work out a compromise between reads today in tone\ of the hardest. I the atate"' to solos tile resulting retire. advancement rhafrman

FlelaUtfIdl.f1.1.,/-1NOTICI / I provided h.hv"lo law ahaU ba fcamd la the House scale of retirement' blows delivered tn the. Illicit llq problem! and joey Lindsay, quartermaster KtUTAST, Ntrthert tramAPI

OF SUIT rated ,.ptemhar *S, A D 1M|. benefits and the higher" one nor Industry In Florid la.recent M* told a crowd at t fish fry ( '- Thlrty-tw persons
IK }RSVOLLIIA COLRT I4UM I ., MART P. )NACKIAa I, could It into ''t\ A hoard of review win he held fro
COtSTT. Fiwurrii of tha teal Will g effect before. the month ,, Florida ounantly hai a 77, w.1I1tn'M) Thursday night U
D4. and T''om.n' rot Anlhaay end of the year. Two llojufir I .stills ware" 'seined 000 Junior college ..nroll"'I'nt1"" Oe,.11 lit Fellowship Halt and a i. street batflt' tierween pollc .ili.

t JIo.A H.ANctRT M. /lAk: NO., riainutt.B. S. III .Dar I FRNBIIT auMatura, A. RANOAttornar Mc.aoid.. The second major Johnson/ and at least 11 persons were arrested 40000 student In tour-year InatltutJoni nurt *l honor Oct. If. Th* .loll and. blots atftarutUsu after Mtteer .. ir'TP' zee near

Jahn for the XatataII: proposal till pending: the In coordinated raids carried Those! figure win be rtmpwet win be from Oct. jj- rrrmv.4, the trlca Raps">
: LONGS at.' at d.1l.f.o4iML .I-*' .I.S.HNOTica .M billion Senate passed. bill out from her to Jacksonville ..|I twond a half flmr" greater laaix 23 at Camp LlMitcfi' andharrlde a U*'* flag from a (wtMingK ,

1'WttpbITASTS OP n/iRlDA TO: or aoiT. tht Apralachla Additional arrest are he said will lit held Oct. 11feveral waa tie worM outbreak ftfvtolence Ctmfff Tie
"r'I years
: LOVOB and IN T TR CIRCUIT rot RT rip TRBarvrxTH
of absen Junior) officer hart (a iwcent. la Brit'
LOGS: (."... Ihriatlan nama lata ji ntruu 11"1"1' promised In the same 'geneliiarea "It bnrd(1ft being Impossible years
the' Flalntiff unknooai bia wlfa. or THB PTATB or rtBiriA, teelsm and Georgia volunteered' to have charge of,the Isis ruled Northers Ireland. Gould
If aila, and It dead. all ,.,u.. IN: AM FOR vou"IIA coi's. Administration forces are to build the plants and get pony rids. at the annual Hallow.en Flfteea\ demonstntorf were AgencyPlist
clalmlnt Ines..( by throurh, nnder No ISH4 Gw Farria .
Bryant went alntf! qualified faculty members to
Or tsainat, fc:, UriB and MRI4TATRNHnMxsr INC: reluctant to put the confroveralal rarnlvtl' at tht Orange City arreated. j
VCi\rtn. isle W. on the raid here and one of the provide education to that many 201 N. 'w"' 7144171
v.1111. In",,. ... Sift_ a Florida "" .UOIt. Plaintiff.Cl'irrtV measure to a House vote Elementary Irhool aponsored by The Injured Included 39policemen.
still It
dashed 1
without some operators within alurlrnls" said Burns .
certainty that the Parent
LOVGC (whm>a Chrletlae. nama Ito WALI.ArR MKACrf and Teacher Association. .
the Plaintiff unknown his Sire." WAnt MARTHA JIKAIH HIS enough Clf their troops art on feet of him In an attempt to e" He said the population' boom

It allva. and Inierent If dead bt,, threiali all partIMrlalmlni
dar er atainat W, HARRY LoNORIfld ; Wallara Ortffln Koark and tracker] by agents amines and Industry. "OIL HEAT COMFORT NfWS"Acree's
IjONIir, Ilia I wife Mary Martha Comb, Hla ..,f. RCAAON TOlD
MR!. BEMIB M bONflR i Shoes r ald' .nra I* Il ul. I. Actors Rescued
((,,,,.... 1'1I1'I.t''... Tilt., (leers;!. The governor said k* had gnu./ named Major Thomu of Gainsvllle *-

bar VaMa to the 1.11.I'I.I..UIunk..., and If....dead.all ...... Toil flla your Ann .HrnraT....... er KRQinnrnto written d.. MAZATLAN, Mexico tArt( aloof to help focus attention1 or* : |nd Donald Wrsy We of '

partiaa claiming Inttraat be.thpau1h f....... If any, la I". above ...... A movl the Hate Beverage IVpartmen' Lake City aa the owner of the SensationalPHILLUP
uSA.meals( MRS ...... company's disabled
with Ike Clerk of IhnCotrl war against moonshine whirl itllts both were irreiterl,
JtSSIB M. L/ONOE and ,
and t eerie a Copt Ikenofpoa ahlp with 35 pereahnCrd
LONOlT bar huahand! and all par.tlaa ika rialntlffa altorner.wkoea was U in expensive giant tt t.tat. The other tine were identlflHaa
,ales and ....", Iha Plaintiff ..... and ......... apaearpliareon. towed safely' int* the bubo. of .. ] of the distribution and
kavine er rlalmlnp le nave COPI.tlnit this Paeifle part
on or halite Ua ltk ear Coast recoil Thurs
.. the properly. Inralitad. IP ef rtotoner. I HI. The tale of LIMO gallon CTHMnahlne isle system.
tkla. suit, aa kalra, dartaoaa, ..... day night after being ttrantfsd
Tka nature of tkla piona dli" >*
taaa, 5rust .. aurreawn, aaa.(. bins, a nit for forerloaimortfata ..,. oo a at sea In a tropicaltorn." a week would deal) A beverage dervartmmt Igent.Roh .
.Me, paaafiriarlea$ cost id e... Iron an tIt. fotlowtoa deamofd the stile, awl federal govers Olander of Penaaml, InfU-
nl, er pttarwtM. or aa llanora, pail property lying and hiss I la Maria IcheU and mint shout" 1400000 In
a year hated the operation and lath'
cradltora, or Irualaaa. Iha property Voluwa County; Florida, teaitlLota actor Stanley. Raker arrived
lumped I* tkip nun toinf' "loeatad tax], beverage agent Mid\ Prod hoc evidence fer the ralrls.
la Valualp Cauntr, florldaiTkat earlier In a 14 foot fishing boat
M, V. tI and H. of Sack
4) of n'eat shlanda" a an Mitalon whirs rescued them from tile The captured itUla, and thoM During 10 week of nd.reovrwotk
part of tot One ft). of In lierl 4. Tewaani 225-fottt Rlrundo tinder aurvelllance would turnout a* made and sold moo-
faetiep I, Township IS loons The
II Month Ranie M taat trrordiof -
Xante II Can: Mina" d..enbjC. ; to plat thereof recorded Ha rudder when the storm the 1000 gallon a week shine and helped father the tup
llowai lammenrlnt' at aa In Map Book S, Paiea III Ind struck In the operation here agens piles lit t make It..
laiaraartlop of iha Mush II". !.'... Puklio. ReMrda of Taluna, and anchor4 noon
ef Black., 4> of )a-niand, Pus
County. Florida.nnstj miles off th* eoast.
!uMI .. win the LaM lone I
el Cap Juan Anus". (a M foot and OMrtCREft SI PaU4.Toluiia Mist Vheii and Baker were
Street .. pew laid out and t'oior. Florida Ihla alaJLy among 110 persona who went toe
uaad; thenre Coolherl..McCC H MN.I'
aentlauatipp' ar taa Rut Hoed bjksl ttes aboard! the Hlrundo Wednesday PHILLARAMA

If, mid ores .lu.n A....... a Clark Circuit Court to film -..... for lie movie
It..r s* feel; ikanra 'F-AL'
..t.rly ant parall.l to me *yl XACKBL AWMtrWNDeputy! "WM Has Seen the Wind*"
fautk kiss af aaid mock 4% Clark Fishing boat took off all but K
5 aiitaai-e ef lit.I feet to Ills IURa )t. NaRaAtrrnev
Place! af kaflnninf$ lit...... fur Plaintiff fJI the I"OUP.
toiitkartr. at nsht aniloa a /a5 M.dirs' ClpaitTa.M
d'ptanre pf Its reel: tkonoa rlnolQ
11 staff. at rlakt moils, a die.taara _,.fl..ft..11"otlU
ef III feel; Shasta. 200 Bonus
Xertkarljr at rtikt aajlea, a 0' PResets FENCING
'!'srese. Pf lie l droll tillers IN VHS COUKTT ji;noeaCOLRT a y FREE
1 i iN it
=:aatertr amps tka *eaik rty IS AND FTIRr lA CiA Y A e
kne ef lltk atreat. aa u.d, a roiTT. FLORIDA.. M FRO.ix Vila
i,atanre of UI feat la tte point IIK"- Top i .
*f baslanln. : :: FJSTATtj nrTH
A'THO.r! : 5A
Too and Moll ., T" era ......, eLATI'RAteviui..
'''U/I.. thai a lUll bar keep tT T" nr FlORinA/ TO
br oihl.g. .ton Plo Is Oh. CIroi/I ALL prRPOM" IvTRRCITRnI..M'TTiUxTSTATS''' 1 100 TOP VALUE STAMPS'f
Court of Votuda Canaly. Vivid.. ] or SAII
.. Cbanrary. 1y F.DMA! ... PraK. : TM Wl TOW TAW MfftM Wt. f
and yatt ara .... / raa.v4ra4 t* Top are bane pefflea. pit awntt
flla (paternity by acionMvi .. Inatr'in.ee1 ewrrt/M I. 0YR
with gas Clwk. .r. Cavrt poor he Ike Will and Teelaxeot ef i
wnttaa .a. if any. to tka sold 4eree el baa keep adPittlet WIN UNr-QUI 100 TOP VALUE STAMPS'M
Caaplalpt! ........ aa or .beforetka !. prokeia la .,. Onrt.TO .
llth day at Ortolw. A.Dk IH4.Tl are Morally _...a<4.d altli. -uEOWDOP1W /-
af Ihia Nil to W miat I. INt raleedar leash. f.... tkedata e TM l. 0. fwulh Kief M Strrtti
fiua -'I-rp... / and Is whir* ef ike Strut a<.novation ef tkia
PU.!..11t tit,. foe a drraa calf.. u. app.' .. paid Cap( mad
3oaa" Court ..<->arto.. i4KM. sad .. aad t* ...*. an* prantfwe above .. bid Win. Probate ake. ...Mt r ( (! ..

4aaonk: Utto 0e a IP* fa a soot anopK se t*l aai4ai dafiaalhla > H mead/OHM por...A.a.d.TWITOIfCevaty ooM : tea ...... -- ..... hose eN oi.oo.M e..l.plr rrne Mal Ant With Either GINPM ( a a., )>.; .... derraamf an title. I Jedte IP get for Te. A .1!!
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IP Cod .. the ._. 4aoxia4 .,! nROmiA rtVMaAWe .
la.... sod premiaea. t. .be wkonranil <' aty Jv4ree Oert ) Berries
aa4 till Cad af ae orferi (MCat: iRA4 211 L WsMMab 4HMStewarts &
tbstsese.ry mad...r-;: i. .d1.O4.e.I1 100 Top /llaaf SdOnls1
Mn .14 lH01.. lCO Tq VaJM Elaat .
f '":it"r.- ar '- as OIAJI ANt HUH coolies mriM 9. OWC J'UE
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tilts. es .Ita sees doi.r.oid laW He UAU .. (NteKT ... MMTM i.sarot .M M aaaisf
.ad iara ass part lMoiuad. Mar M... ou e. terse A.nee oa C.RI. ..
tree :, .; 4. BPTfAU tSCOMMSMM UmtttOI for asMffM
sad rMar nc I. ail S Pharinacy $1 Visa
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Editorials.rt. ACIOSSN......

; '''.'l 7Natfon.l IIIe.utllld_ IIIue 7 saurnt&Wert..11.114 doaP. British Parties At Odds With Some U.S. Issues

Next President j-t !'lrk Den kfr
Mnunlala f Wr MttYel
Intimal ll 1 IIIII' acct.1JNew .
1+ urIt1 19 Home wean to to act ai trouble-shootlng police' Extending Inng-term credit
It 11.1.... N !LONDON (AP) BrItain' Douglas-
I Portrait In Mud art.tenoas II ti'J"port ) parties are firmly bound preserve Britain's statue aa a men for the West and for the facilities to the Soviet Union.
IADIIanM N maintain clone partnership nudes!' power. Otherwise, he United Nations Working for Red Chlnt'i
) 32 Trad. Iodaet .NItsell the United States on world has acid "Franc and Red A comparison of rival Tory admission into the United Na
Who do you like for president?' : eta U rlal;: lamed S2 Rye fungi Tr.Mw.. no mater. which! wins China. will take our place In the and Labor policy statementsand tone and, notably, Into East-
Tort plot.' tusk tulat.:l o/ 41 Dtnr Mrl election two week hence. international council of the election alms Indicates West" disarmament negotiations.
Do prefer a "raving ranting demalogue" Jl lint tA Wind Mmq 141'.neteIIatke( 44 Amen
you arcs .
world Douglas Horn II closer than They are united In support of
tlprln. tAgelvarl, ) : !Prim Minister Sir Alee
who is the trigger-happy der of "reck IIIIIY m..Aa 21: low., Ilmbe' .17 Muni -- form. ) '..Home of the Coflserva- Wilson wants "the new Brit Wilson to the official position of the Americans over:
less and rejected extremes" and who would iteer lot royal 30 I1ncompl. SI Rrmaim 44 Fun party and Harold Wilson ain" to shed whit Is called the the Johnson administration on -Th. resolve to defend Allied
II Aver.. (ab.)
"T 110. of e I Labor party chief, do not Independent British nuclear arms control in middle Europe, rights\ in West Berlin.
a "callous course 2* ., ",, .MirmfUpl '' on all the elements need. deterrent. He says "it is not and military cooperation with -The broad lines of Allied
Or will your vote go to a "liar" .a crafty so.. (Kit) lor an effective understand- independent, not Brttteh and nota Spain. policy toward an overall German
millionaire who amassed a fortune in a manner SlChdndonjrUrornnut I III.hop' with American, however deterrent," Party attitudes suggest Labor peace settlement.
llnr. of latter British LABOR'S CHOICE Is closer to current American -The Johnson plan for freezing
that must cause him some sleepless nights. apolitical ISThnrough/irtl a arc a detectable.-day This Instead Labor would like thinking than Conservatives on nuclear delivery systems

schemer who deliberately sets up inter III bbl cirri)* BlrtJ is implied In the Britten troops, with their traditions Britain defense role, relations '' and for a bonfire of aging bomb
30 limb of global service and their with the nonwhite nations and ers.
national he off. role each
crises so can show who uses Independent
40 Knjtiimrinfgroup, Intercontinental base fact (lei, the United Nations' future. -The need' to check the
his office to threaten citizens with lah I '!> would have Britain play
high exposureas 41 Gun (tiling) 'the world. On some key issues Conservatives spread of nuclear weapons.
Income tax cheaters unless they come across 4.2 Apple virulf for'ell issue fundamental to Postmasters Set and Laborites are unitedin No matter which party wins
with real money for his party's campaign fund? 44l'ounlrr lov.n American relations and opposing or in reinforcing, power Oct. 15, the British government
47 Frnirhm the future of NATO find Con. WASHINGTON (AP The established American policies.The of the day would wantto
Who in the world would dare to say all livil" h ro4K and Laborilei In Senate confirmed Thursday the British parties Join preserve the tradition of
those things about our presidential candidates? ( .nc.fullv49Actuilly (1 appointment of Harry R. Collier the Americans in: sometimes tough, sometimes

Our presidential candidates would and have.that' words 'his la in the military and of Deetfield Beach. Ha. and Safeguarding Britain's rightto straight, yet always friendly,
10 Num.e trunksDOWN lIlc role they want for Rosa M. Priest of Morrito, develop nonstrateglc trade talking with leaders of the United .
who about each other, of course. In defense of the non. Fla. .as postmasters In their with Cuba, Red China and other States and their representatives. .
They might not have kept it so friendly and 2 I VmturM Regional world. horn town Communist lands .
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might even have stooped to saying something a bmamp R.1..h'nl' -- -- --- -

unkind had it not been that both parties have I Shrahonus "o TN' atut IMYf iii' cat Nq sew IIMT cur I WASN'T; WHATCHA MtAM easel Hitt reRt, AN' //
IndusWASU1XGTOX sac IN Tot!' CAV!! t2,0iw G.arT aE' red TNt hERe I2.OOOVOU VWASN7 HERE R ati 12,000 /
signed the Fair Campaign Practices Code. Every- YLAR4 okDr IT S ltmtf Mwti VEAR AtaOK.OCO{ VtARSACO YARt1 AoO i
body, you see, wants to keep this campaign nice

and clean. ktIl44"d1.9al

You might think that the comments being MERRYGOROUNDRaceRestriction

exchanged by the two pals just possibly are a _

bit exaggerated;! until you remember that theyare 4 g

being uttered by men whose official stature Seen .

and grave responsibilities suggest caution, restraint

and accuracy as fundamental tools of

their trade. On Miller's\ Residence

The inescapable conclusion has to be thatIf

either of these gentlemen is reasonably clove

to facts in his evaluation of the other, the United By DREW: PEARSON the Caucasian race." "

States is in for rough sledding the ,next four WASHINGTON When you\ no disclaimer by Miller :: THE rLIVTSTONES By HAXNA-BAEBEsU
talk to Bill Miller, tie| would-be' with the deed.
years.r GOP Vice President, h. seems The Congressman from : r LOVE r MAKE AND i lOSE
For one of these men is going: to lead our like an awfully nice! guy lie port lived in this 1D pL.Y MORE FRIENDS QOOFS/ MORE FTtIENDS4XrrDDt7rSf

country through critical, nervous times which stems hank, convincing, sin until 1957. then moved ; WAYS THAT WAY.O .
cere. Furthermore, of his Calvend Rd
tome Kensington
would to call for talents and qualities
seem neighbors love him which I
and Dick is part of the Rock
somewhat different from those the candidates Archibald of the Union Wadding Hills development. This

rave attributed to each other. Co, a neighbor in Lo<-kpnrt, area Is restricted, and ,
NY., has been to nothing in the
urging me records
Let that the American people old
us hope write something nice about that the would be Vice .
pros at sweating it out through election campaigns him.However sought to relesse

can wipe away the mud and see through when you examine the restriction .
some. of Bill's statements and la 1958, Miller moved
that regardless of who wins the Stars
the fog all that's behind them, you\ haveto his present home at 6603 tlf r, /I
end Stripes will still fly as always over a nation conclude that the public hasa Road, Bethesda, also1"(C.'A t a
strong enough to withstand the political wind. right to know the truth. by an anti.Negro '
At the Texas Republican con. This is part of the ,
storms we are now vention on Sept 13, Miller waveda which the Congressman
copy of a deed to seven lakeside to tell the 4,000 cheering\
sites. ,outside Austin and Republicans,
told 4,000 cheering Republicans But there Wilt / )4t t1U. LIT NM Ht's T2 ED1Ng poop DEAR Is mocs4AG1t4
DEAR ABBY how Lyndon Johnson had placed he forgot-regarding his t'f' C taR! P 5lQJ'U. TIRED TO WALK
a. enduring.QI'I racial restrictions on .them nineteen mate.A NELq tilJGt( T.IAT GTI FAT AN' NAJC TD 1LO( Mt ANO7NER 1TCDi '
years ago. research of the real RovHR GOr WWAT'11. NEED4TW GET tirlM NOME!
What the woUd-bft Vice President records in Phoenix Arts I AWAYI I f701 OKJNI'M 15
didn't tell his Uutenenihowever I
Quit that the would be GQP +AT ,
was that at that very lived until four years ago
moment he had been on the Country dub Manor a "
Over No long distance telephone to his meat which has a rt
( ''': banning those not of
real estate casian race.Derry's .
Ted Lingo 1.r
AJNfiAO gent, brother, Ro
TANBUHCN- I to dlxcuMJhe Water, was the Instigator
DEAR ABBY: My Julius Is the only man In our, racial restriction restriction and served
crowd who doesn't dance He never learned, and he on his member of the board of
won't even try lie just says he doesn't have any rhythm > w n $60,000"Aldrnc. of the subdivision under i a .
1 told him I didn't care whether' he had rhythm or not In t to see that I It was ao
I only wanted him to get out on the dance floor and walk the Washington Furthermore Barry's
round with me so I wouldn't have to sit and watch suburbs. Mrs Josephine ". '
everyone else dance. Nothing can budge him. He's noteld. Miller had J there. Thus the entire r NtI t'NAUtab
He is 43. He says 1 knew he wasn't Gene Kelly bought his family JI1'dlnder a gAZOO 2 t / l %'i cn R Ml: soC

f hen I married him. Don't you think If, he realty. loved '. Radnor home at Road 6605 PIAIUON covenant until four >' R sr! 6 1 altcAUY! .
me be would try? when Barry moved to
JUUUS'S'WIFEDEAR : Bethesda, Md, S5 part'of a Valley, 'a newly .
completely restricted communityand I.I"
WIFE Bis "love. for you has nothing le dO he made three or four long town The
with his refusal! to dance. Get .fl(( hi* bark and you might distance calls to agent Lingo to public has a right
lave a better chance .el getting. .him.on his feet.! make sure that they both told kettle black.of pot la
(he same story if this fact was
> DEAR ABBY: I am 18 years old and am connldered later revealed by the press. Did you ever figure'
Bruit It must be for
responsible and well behaved by everyone but my moth- Nine days later, as this newsman
fr. She doein't trust me where boys are concerned. Sheays was digging Into hU restricted to enjoy th
that I am too young to have anything'to do wltb.oy. covenant, Miller Issued people, Charles
.. I have been asked for dates by several nice boys, a statement that he had "dis (he architect, and Ionard
but X have had to refuse every one of them because of covered" his home had been president Recreation" of the Lol m L sr a Mt
my mother's strictness. My father is no help because covered by an antl,Negro rstrlctlon *- and Park
lie doesn't believe la taking sldei. Can :you help toe? as part of a deed solve sinners this, have problem been
BABIED covering all the land in his
Luckman, In designing 180&1 RIBA ay FRANK OTHEALI
DEAR BABIED 1'MIT' mother s""ld'be talked te by ar".. The explanation on Sept Los Angeles Zoo. hat .,...
"-- .
Vomeone whose judgment aIM ".'pI't..Is. In my pinion 24 mad it appear that hit had the Idna of overhead 'MI5 CNIAi.ioolcS
II you are considered a wellhrhaved, reoponaihl girl, just "discovered" this, when the so visitors' can look: dnwn ,. lioNii wAUC ,.
you should certainly allowed te dale. Gina whe have truth wan that he had been animals In their LiKis RCN F'JCESAND
been denied the experience of sating ge wild when they frantically phoning bin realestate roundings, Instead of
get their first taut ellr-'om. 'eur mother may sneer ) broker on or about Sept. high walli will confine 'TREE.
well but she Is doing you far more harm than good. 13.The mats, who can roam "' ; TREASURE! 'REEki'lea
I broker, Ted Lingo, Is A people walking about
DEAR ABBY! Whit do you think of a father who highly successful real estate them.
f Icks on his 16 year-old son so much that the boy would agent, who handles a great dealof To aid the deaf and the
father be anywhere but home That's my pl'Oblem. He restricted property A a d Leonard Shane has "
Is a good boy, Abby. and he's never given us any trouble when my associate Jack Ander* special audio equipment' r
but his father is constantly picking:; on him for something.I son, was selling some suburban will boost sound, also k
think 1 know why, too. Mv husband Is bald and our\ Maryland property through him the animals t 4CArliB
son has a beautiful head of blond wavy hair. The boy Lingo said that he would show Recently, Angelenos
foes to the barber shop every week without fall end it to Negroes but find some) big dinner in honor of
seeps his hair washed and combed at all times. I just "exruxe not to sell It to them. long public service and V .t THINK It>CM IJ3Z OB-DEW?
bow that time husband looks the b.1ell Anderson refused to go along J6TN.LQtiMI 'itxf '
every my at boy money for his walk.HAMBONE'S V.J FFiN J4MA4VANO J NB VfTMM
mad because he Is so envious. Our son la a good with thin.Miller 'vjToOC/WIJU.50 FbllEffNEXTIp1CYI 6CANI1MIttJN1FiEFiFM.dMWcN6ED
Student and he wanted to go to college. But now he can't was a member of Con- %3AQvYJ wANFR7iLADff.r
wait to Join the service: to get away from his lather What green When he acquired hiss
Should, 1 do? Bethesda home In IttR!! He waa "J, r.aa.p" Io
tt HIS MOTHER In a privileged position el respect
occupied by only M other c .
J DEAR MOTHER) Halt until y*. 1I1If'--'. .In I. a people in the entire United OLl TOM *M IF- fief v"n I i .5I>
ngood mood and the !have a talk with him.dXxTt States. He Is. a lawyer Anderson Aot bl MOMM .5a
attempt to reform hint evmlM with year amateur is not. Yet he did rot take the a
.analysis (you could be WTMig), but ae prevail spas Mmt 'same precautions retarding a fist BA1t .
eierctae a little more pattern with UM "1. controversial matter well puhll- JtV. 60 '1au-f t>
a cUed la and around<< the satloo'a
DEAR ABBYt This may seem petty to you, but Its capital. Frt t st{ ;;
Jmportant to me. Henry and I have been married for 34ears. BARRY HID COVENANT ....J
We have a lovely family, and 1 think our marriage This, however, Is only part ol ... r.r. ..r..asb?
arould be considered highly successful.: Henry was asked the Inside itnry.
toy his lodge to be the master of ceremonies for their an* At the same time that the srItrp
tiual bu.hand-wlf. banquet. He considered It a privilege charming and likeable would be r !.!*'. MOMENT;MOM: i THEN WNYED DOMT
libel worked hard collecting joke and material to mate the Vice rrwildent was "waving John f" 'uA FOR 6EQ 4! rM NOT A SLEEPSI T'pll9 A i we sE1 HIM
program entertaining. One of the jukes he used was. "Why tmt's restricted deeds In front CRISCILIA 'iAY? FAQ ER TO
ihouid I pay the same amusement tax Richard Burton of 4.000 cheering Texas Republicans .... .
fayir he overlooked all owe \. s
2 Abby, everyone at that banquet knows my husband racial history la other areas.. He
4nd me, and I think It was cruel and Insulting of him also overlooked the aerial r*
40 compare me unfavorably "with KJU-jiheia: Taylor Mow .trlrtUms 'CIA the properly ol kin i
i Would you take It It your husband belittled you that way running-mate, Barry GoWwater.: I e tJ y 'I
4n" public? Two years after Ulller "Mal
*. PEAK 0EUTTLED I awiire ym, swiUog wed furiher elected to Congress he renteda
from your swwlMUHl's awed. tkM .Ihl&ac jt*. DM*! onus.., la 1M2. at 771 North I :I
Cji. the .cwnpwtoa" b wea JTM aM Millie Taw Overlook, Drtv. Alexandria. Va.Itenearrh .j .
JLenMisJly. Desvr .*. h" wily U symbolize what the el the records shows
jjTkal male cemMere the .Ililllllie i In cenlrabl" tMntalMttrttxitM. that there are. covenants attach '

Fen aura year hashaut, like ami tern, wield H to the property mtrtctiKf: a .
rather debt **.. switch. sale or rental to person "not ol e4 n.M

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L, DIUII CFUIIDAJ> .Bll RIll rtHUT.ocrcsaiiw< Chain Of Missions i DeLand Duplicate


Assembly SeminarAt Bridge WinnersTwelve

ii\) tables were IB play! yea
a Women Daytona Beach terday afternoon at the DeLand
'. t1CC\ forgOLDUD Bridge Cub duplicate bridge

.t The DeLand-Deltona Seminar I game at the Deerfoot Rd. Qub-
BDWm, Idttst and Workshop for the Florida house Mn. George FearsaU war
Chain of Missionary Assemblies I I director.
convened at the Seabreeze !I North-south winners wert: Mr.
United Church in Daytona and Mn. George Pearsall tied
irmen Submit Reports R Bt'.ch. Wednesday with Mn. Lee I with Mr and Mrs. WQlIam

Nichols, city chairman la Day Woodlock, first; Mrs. W. N. Jar
tone Beach, presiding Yard and Mn. Doyle Driver,
'MH Auxiliary Meeting\ Five state officers directed I third; Mn. Ruth BUtt and Phil
1. x DeBerard, fourth
groups In the discussion of varies
phases of preparation for F.astwe.t winners were: Cod,
reports were submitted land, Eye-Bank; Mn. Fred 1 4V Chain sessions in this ares; and Mn. William Hague, frat;
littet chairmen at the Serial, ClvU defense Mrs. James I Daytona Beach Jan 19 through Mrs. Mary Cook and Mn. LueDa
Iy meeting of the Worn- Petrie hours record, Mn. 21, and DeLand. Jan. :30 through Thompson second; :Mn. Loris
.uXn1ary to Fish Memorial James Pollard, historian Mn.Foote. 22. Weeks and Mrs. M. L Patterson

petal yesterday morning in sewing: Mrs. Charles The theme of this year's program i She's Taro Today third; Miss Ethel Johnson and
M Auxiliary rooms at the hospl- Moreland, hostesses; Mrs. Doo- I. "Christ to the World We Diaries Daflla. fourth

i little, physical therapy; Mn. I Jrlng." The Rev. Paul J, Graeter JeanUnt Denise Jsrrsrd The next duplicate bridge
telThe preceded by Newman, chairman snack bar; V will be at 7:30 o'clock to
meeting wu pastor of the Lake Helen daughter of Ur. and If,.. Wendell tame
a coUee at 1:30 am. under the with Mn. R. M.: Vandenberg, cochairman I a United Church live the diva Jarrard Jr. 67 Anchor night at the clubhouse For'
|direction of Mrs. Chester Earth ; Mn. Francis P. 4 tonal using scripture which tol- Ave, Rolling Acres la two partners call 7341301.Voluiia .
I Ihospitallty chairman and her flowen; Mrs. Orlando owed the them of other phrases years old today Her maternal
I committee, Mrs. Chester Doo- Richards and Mn. Lewis In.of of the hymn. The dedication grandparents Mr. and Mrs. 186, OES
I little;Mn. Charles Moreland and gram Friday morning service service which followed group W. t. Uetheny. Wauebula, and
N iMn.eromt Newman. supply; Mrs. J. E. Crosby tele- study was led by Mrs. W K. her paternal arandparenta are Voluala Chapter US Order of
Reports were heard from Mn. phono; Mrs. D. B. Tuten. memorial Couple Will Celebrate Golden Anniversary Weinberg Jacksonville, second Mr. and Mrs Wendell Jarrard Eastern Star will resume its
[Newman, as corresponding book and Mn. Chester 'vice president of the State a,.. Lake Talmadgs ltd. regular meetings at I o'clock

[secretary; Mrs. M. D. McKen- Earth hospitality. )lr. and ),(re. Clifford O. Lynch, who reside at lilt W. Wisconsin Avt, will cttibrstt their golden Board. tonight: In the Masonic Temple.
lztoTpublldty; Mn. C. C. Reim- wedding anniversary Sunday la Trinity Msthodlal Church In Fellowship Hall from I to 4 >p,m. No Luncheon Speake YWA Baptist Church An nan art Invited.
ler's report on the Vlslton' desk Invitations art being issued and all friends of the couple are Invited to call during the reception A buffet luncheon was served
I and I Volunteer Servlcea were Social Notes. and while at the tables the Rev. Sets Enlistment Party
I read in her absence; Mn. E. p, hours.Mr.. Lynch and the former Margaret Kennedy were married m a home ceremony on Oct. I at Dr. Robert Blackburn. Jackson WE'Re AINAI
Erica staffing the hospitality Centralla. HI. Mrs Lynch U a native of Lawlar. Iowa, and Mr. Lynch: war born in Salsm. III. vlllt, was introduced by Mn. The Young Womsn's Auxiliary
I cut,?.with a request for sub-I Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, came to make their home In DeLand eight years ago from Trenton W. Morton McDonald tint vice ot the First Baptist Church will AI youa ,
emote workers especially for and Comments Mr Lynch retired from the Illinois Central bit"14- resident of the State Board. Dr have an enlistment party; Saturday PHONEc.
[Saturday afternoons; Mrs. They art the parents of a eon, Lincoln Howard Lynch, Houston Tss. end a daughter, Mrs. Mary Blackburn spoke on the topic at ':30 p.m. at the homt of .
I Robert E. Jones on Membership Pyle, who resides in Orlando. They also have four grandchildren. "Why a Florida Chain of Missionary Madeline Dicks, 110 I, West- .II.nNeErAw
aw..t SUvlMS < ;
I and urging the payment of dues O.Mf tfectlvely .
Assemblies Ht
"t rt l.I l< tt TfcM. e tMMM wood Avt.AQ C etnv.Ct
I by f delinquent members; Mrs. .r ,*..NLI .M._ .rt .f M>t.r.M developed his four answers girls In the Senior High Department Oil iii... All 5teda !
.* WMtv
|Moreland reported on the EytIBank v" e..N SMI N. to n.AWfc rwir nt...elIwmi !.iDyF If You Weren'tHis ''To receive' informationand of the Sunday School *......,.. OHM -
; Mrs. Seneca Foote reported t* SOUdrN M"MMr. wmN'. Inspiration from those who or will be going into It in October AH WrH 0.......M4W
I on IIr committee; NR.. ,. ruto dlN l USttSV have experience .. to relate to art invited to attend Can U...Arc lt.. N.t v...t Arc"S&HAppHancai l.fl.S
I MrM M asked for add Mr. and Mrs I. W. WWttlng- Wife How the world: outside ourselves andto will leave the church at 5:U for .
Itional hostesses to volunteer for ton and their daughter: Mrs. each other .. to respond to anyone needing transportation or I....
I Sunday service; and Mrs. New. ThelrM Holland were in Sebring host wort dedicated than ourselves directions to the house Wear the w.., lew v.... Aviv
I man reported on the balance for funeralof who art ministering in Hawaiian type clothes r..... 714t40II
Wednesday to attend the Would You Act? AT sports
[the mack bar. Mr. WMtttngton't, sister Mrs. 1g e faraway placet. to renew our wear. Their will be a cookout ttuTonight
\: Report Theme gpooiwr, who died Sun courage and hope In the fact of and swimming
,. Mra. Lester DoolltUt made an day. By RUTHMlUrrTNewspaper : opposing thnats of communism!
... "'
...t .< Interesting report on the work in EnturprlM An. ., to revive the church "Begin
.' |the physical therapy department, MlM Mary T, Clark daughter If you wr-en't hit wife, would ,1 a ning with me'."
j stating i that the department isI of Mr and Mrs. George Clark you: The date) director. Mn. CecIlR. .
Just completing its tint year of (24 N. Florida Ave, has pledged: Correct his facts when he Is Davit presented a brief preview :!: Only
J service, and that it has grown Delta Delta Delta at the Florida telling a story to a group" of H of the Ambassadors who
,' from four to seven beds, end the State University when she is friends? : will be coming to this area and
|auxiliary workers in this field enrolled in the Freshman daw. Back seat wheel drive, whenever htla announced that biographies! will
have a special sense of reward. at the be sent the cltiea before Oct. IS.
Mrs; Erion said that a system of Among the 577 girls enrollingfor Think about something elst Those attending from WntVolu.l. VALUE METAL
awards for service has been approved the 86th academic year at when ht Is talking to youT were Interested In the Free $1 0
NorthQeld School Northfleld, Meet him at the door with a
( for volunteer workers final part of the program when 1
jmsMflg it Important that each Mass, an Independent secondary. Mat of complaints, Including howtired "Stamp Books" which had beta SMOKE STAND
school for was FumeTUUle ant
I worker record her hours of wrvI girls you solicited for the purchase of a
of Mr. and Mrs. Tell him when he ask "How
Ice hither pins or stripes will be daughter car to be used by the Beats Director with purchase of any chair at
Arthur Tuttle Jr. Blue Lake do like new sultT" thatIt
F. you my
[awarded for a required number were presented and dedicated.
art: bouts plus caps for extra Terrace. suits looks and lust you Ukt wish all bt his would other A total count was not $39.95 or moreS to B tonight.onlyl
I The records for avillahle but the DeLand
services. servI David Braoey left today by take along next time bt Branch
let win be retroactive to May plane for his home in Albany. buys on.TCanment lave a total donation to date of
ll, JIM and awards win be made GILL, after visiting his mother on how thin his hair i 132 books with more coming in. MATHER'S
[for W first time u of May 1. Mrs. H. D. Braeey.135 W. Ohio la getting !Special! attention must bt given
_. M Ave., and other relatives hen Let him forget your birthday 1kt In the three. churches which did
145,*Erk: >n, president, reported and la Daytona Beach.Mrs. and then sulk about tt? sn outstanding Pilgrim Community Hat The Best
that tentative plans are under- Tell a story that makes him Orange City with II
lit a benefit tea to be held Harold evllls returnedto books; Community Methodist
look slightly ridiculous to get I .
l >afternoon of February her home at 1413 E. New York DOYOUMERNT00EXPENSIVEDON'T laugh JwJwJ.w Denary, 20 books; First Mrtho- Chair Buys In I
I a chairman to be ap- Ave., after a three months visit YOU Say "I told you so" when! ne dun Church, DfLand. SI books. t
i at the next meeting.on with, friends and relatives in WANT ME 10 IOOK NICEED! disregards your advice and ev 1" Program Cads Town And
the Snack Bar Alma, Mich., Cincinnati, Ohio anti prove ht should have taken; .41. The JII'OII'IIconcluded with e .
[reminded that health cer- and Richmond, Ky. Two weeks BIO CAPER '' The topless the singing of the theme hytnnt '
1 art required and must ago Mn. Jack Coleman went to joYAccept an. Invitation mat !D- look lint h; only Paris "OiMt tot the World We Sing" .H.... Proof eLuxury
ton melD the Snack Bar. Alms, Mich, tt return home Mrs. DeBerard r.eludes him, without checking: fashion frivolity for fab. One Mn. Myron .. .BaW. dry chair
flee Chairman with Mrs. IKtvUls. first to set if ht Is agreeable designer has crested the mas of DeLand, reported teat
,f aa committee chair HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAYTO I Point out mat something he "co ,r up" look. This capsU 22 persons from this branch at-
f: Mrs. McKenzie, publira. : DeeM DavUon, Eva Evans Will Be Honored'' admires in a store window ht I a glint-sUed' purple and tended. Lake Helen, XnterprlM: ,
Relmer, visitors' and Arlene Darldwm. Celebrating I dreadfully bad tarts? black I hounditooth wool Orange Cry ,DeBary- and Dt
tit erkernMrs.StaleyItedeehapitality\ birthdays tomorrow an I Neglect to tell Mm hm'much styled la a circular line anddraped Land churches were represented.Tht .

...... MaJor Sing. Viola C. Bark. At Afternoon Tea you enjoyed the evening whet. over the head I Rev. Alfred Vsufht., tint
cart purchas-\ ear, Darryl ThornWll, Umber he takes you out? vlrt president of the Ministerial
log;t ... Robert E. Jones, Bide Lawrence. Tell anyone who will boles Association and Rev Oraeser
I membership; Mn. Robert More- Mrs. Hillllp DeBerard. a what a big baby bt is when he'i Five Day Forecast fe represented tile clergy of this
QtOTB: FOB THE DAYIf randldatt for president of the sick?
Democratic Women's dubs of Complain! about the food service lip Tk.Florida ANNhtN' MN
:? r: t I C1.tA $WEt!' wt could read the secret Florida will be honored Sunday when lit takes you to s five icy weather fort-. .a.King's
DURING flRf PREVENTION history of our enemies, weshould with a tea given by Mrs. Ralph restaurant TExcll.nre rut! Two to lour !inches of rail Beauty Shop
Orr h find in each man's lilt Counselman 192 Ponce DcLeon the Impractical gift for northern/ sections of Florida
WJ OC1. 4TW10TN sorrow and suffering enough to Drive Orroond Beach. ht picked out for you hlmseU, art predicted for the next live tip/. H. II.... ta4-(I'..'.. rsb's. I
Pt.s. tae
disarm all hostility. TIle election ot new officers for something you consider days. The weather bureau said
0N Longfellow temperatures will be Bear nor' i
.. for the Democratic Women's murk more aeiuHbie? IflCULI
dub of Florida' will bt Oct. 10 Wtuld JW-U he weren't tOIl mal with highs ranging from 1a 5 I
gwu'1' at the Algiers. Hotel la Miami .bandf to 88 and lows In the upper $10 WAVI
: 1MUI.tnngy. Beach over' the north sod '70s els* I 4 O.arsUrtfe e
An democratic women la tilt when South Florida Is forecast ) Atplatmal Ntseseary
Two For Rcllfl laVtrullI
-:; 0tl.l .' J' snr Fifth District an invited to at- 'Only to receive about one Inch of nU SHAMPOO i $I T .... $ I

&or M.tls .._ --eM. tend from I to S p,m. during the SAW' FRANCISCO (AP during the period. _:: Slyla)
--..-.Mrr.rrra-- -... -..... tea !loin. Husbands are web Sen. Deny Goidwsttr't ilOOO- mtatattBBro.Orar..I ._'I.t ,
rel......-.........h come. a,plat dinner la San Francises r....l ter-Or.adjust. $
,....Orr r Are I vl.wls' .. 6 995
IM-vas Oct. I II .
ottering a bargals I. Wu A.a1W11.
M IM.M..d M.r.a..N...Y.w a..l..lp."rp -. ratt. HEY KIDS !! BRING MOM. a. :,'. .s..... TNN,
-.s 05- Ill,.. West Votuslo Tot Republican presidential Use.Act-e/e.4aeu.N/y 10..1 A..MN ab pll.lIe S U UII nix

Bruce Gibson llotpltal Records win eandldatt't seat a maa f\aIId.nllln and his,wife affair for $10.00 VALUI |11x14|

I $1,300.: Goldwster'i headquarters
TIta r.N.wse. NN.N w alUl WtM
Insurance BUST
INN ssss .5.
-TMMIUTACCNCT- Although If! safe to store
rkhMssnerialADMISSIONS tomatoes la tile refrigerator" laaa VIGNETTE
118 North Florid tptatd ear It'. not a good
Phone 7344338: Idea to .. to because the 4,
Edgar: A. Foete, 4111. drank lIIm.toIeN1 take oa a nMtalllc PORTRAIT
SL. Unit I; Mrs Gerald V. tastt.
Roberts Aster. Unit ,I) Mrs.
Sarah I.. Crlbbs DeUoa FOR ONlY

Springs, Unit Hi Mrs Beetle DIe ['COUNTDOWN"
lard. 101* Martin St, Vail ttDBMZSSAIJ

for citizenship $100 1 1M Nest thus S"i,1 Chan .."Colonial. N .pre. Swl.sltrTsN.d

Mrs. CObsrt Bnrris, DeBary. a..elees. N.1e, I..,n. '
IS STILL A TILLER CM", ee S399S "-.J.-' ,,..".. .69"S
WVMesnsrklAOXBU10NI ......
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ante ."...wlll II w duly M It wee IVer 1 Day left To for r eIIAS
,eats .... 1M average buphsl elite 11 Mchad R. MrMll Ice, BT W. sad N.sdli.g;
epleedle5W air a _.... Euclid: Aver Mist Lois A.SIIJ1deor. Register .1 grtl, All

art flflknd for tresi a .JSIdaa Itpjeaihr dl.Iii. OeLsoa Springs; Mrs. ,11114I,...
.... .,...... an sl.du le aisle ladtes Ana a Aadsnon. 721 .. Mont. rterrea Studio t AOIS.
..... Yeelsktr. I" dienkea nay __I gomery Avt.t Xrattt A. Uaabaugh Democratic! w,,, I* 10 y,.
PaM s.s1 ...... .eb.arabte. If ,.. eve litt K. Wlacoasia: Ave. StthftnlltM. Cvr.n4te4 $1.00 I.". I
have suck .,...... which di a$ p..s gsany. DOXBIAIJI SalMr.ataslPay| NO AffOIMTMINT fee Pull l. fNICISSAir I
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News of I I


DeLeon Glenwood' The United
Springs -
Pre byterlu Women will return

to 1U winter schedule, with the

October meeting tailed for next
Wednesday at : p.m.

DELZON $FUXCS J'11I-UU CLDTWOOD 1U4tzS The program "EvangeHsm..

Behold A New Thing" it In
charge: will select several] women to as-
DeLeon DeLeon Springs PersonalsDELEON by lilt Mn.her. Benjamin Devotioni F.will Banta be given Jr.,

I and plan will completed for
the annual bazaar scheduled tor
Details Oct. 29.Girl.
SPRINGS Postmaster time they were 'Joined by other The two families attended the
Adwell Cobler returned sisters of the family, Betty Bar. General Assembly of the! Church
For In his duties at the post office row, NUa Williams and Duffy of God of Prophecy in ciev. Scouts
Monday morning after having Melton, all of Cocoa. Betty land, Tena. and they stopped by ,
been out on vacation for three stayed to spend a week at the en route to and returning from ,
DELEON weeks. He and Mrs. Gohler Smith home and she and Martha Cleveland Miss Sue Pa/ford of Get AwardsDELEON
for the annual spent a week of that time at spent a day here with Tommle Melbourne, was with the W L
val of the Fort Walton Beach visiting their before she returned to Cocoa Welch family
were made son, and daughter, Jack Happy Birthday Wishes this Mr, and Mrs.O'Neal Tucker I SPRINGS Shirley
appointed and Joan Marshall and children week go to Janett Hunter and their sons Jack and Herbert and 1 McGee a member of Junior Girl
cf the event met Ann and Nancy. Dorothy Besslnger, tomorrow; to daughters Louise, Marilyn and YOUTH CHOIR -The Glenwood Presbyterian Church youth choir made its Scout Troop 704. received her
nth Jackson, Friend here will be Interested Dick Bellendorf, Tuesday; to ,Debbie, of Orange City, spent first appearance on Christian Education Sunday observed ept. 27. Shown in the Rambler Badge at the tint Jail
organization, at to know that the Rev Jerry Taylor and Juanita Roche, Sunday afternoon with his mother I' picture from left to right back row, are Michael Crank, John Kelly, Sam Yoder, meeting ot the troop at the
date set was and Mrs. Charles C. Cain have Wednesday; to Jo Ann DailyLeslie Mrs Bale Adktns. She accompanied Mrs. Ruth Excell, director, Lee Roy Schneider, Mary Yoder and Melissa Lee. Sec home of Mn. Henry Bents, Sr.
at 6-30: pm. sold their home In DeLand and OUt and Linda Gulledge, ,them home to havean ond row, lame order, Steve Crank, Becky Lee, Cheryl Noll, Gerald Fieser, and Keith First year pins were"presented
parade, other they will be going to Dunedin Thursday outdoor grilled steak supper White; and front row, tame order, David Noll, Elaine Yoder, Linda Sturnick, Nancy Brenda Drrggors Susan Shu
grades In soon where they will be In residence Mr and Mn. Frank Stehlln with them and Mr. and Mrs Hill and Becky Yoder. (Photo by McMurrin) man Margaret Vincent. Cathy
ever popular at Means Manor, Apt. 211. arc new residents st the DeLeon Tucker and Debbie brought her Trueman and Elizabeth Benls.
grade; country Mr and >Mrs, Cain were honored Springs Mobile Home Park Before home later In the evening. fist t DEUND (flORIDA) SUN NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOIH, it64 who came into the troop from
grade; witch's ; with a reception at the moving their trailer to the Frank and Gall Martin, of Or 1 Party Fetes Brownie Troop 851. Second year
cake walk fourth : First Methodist Church In De- Park last Friday, Mr. and Mn. lando, spent last weekend hers pint were presented to Laura
fifth grade; Land last Thursday evening and Stehlln h.dpen\ living in Crescent visiting her parents, the D. N. Benls, Louanne Brown, Fatty .
Sixth grade. among those from our community City. I Drurys Sr. and other members Tim Dreggors Is HonoredAt DeLeon Girl Brooke, Liela Beach, Jeanne
plans ai to who were present were Mr. Mrilllsrd Johnson, her of the family Reason, Suzanne Dreggort Karen
and food that and ).(n. J. C. Lastlnger, Mr. daughter Kim and a friend\ Mrs. Ruth Durward cams home Murphey, VlcM Gassmana,
will be announced and Mrs, Allen Powers, )tr. Johnny Williams, returned to Saturday from Halifax Hospital Seventh Birthday PartyDELEON DELEON SPRINGS It's tun Kim Giovanni, Debbie Carter
her meeting of John Giovanni and his daughterKim their home In Ft. Pierce Tuesday In Daytona Beach where she had to have a party on your birth. and Shirley McGee
When the ( and the ,Rev. Robert deKalands. afternoon after having been been a patient for observationand day, but to have two In celebration Mrs. Bents and ,Mn. Charles
noon had been : her for an overnight visit with tests. She and Lloyd haddinner SPRINGS-To celebrate and Suzanne were his grandparents really makes it a special Murphey, leaden of the troop
Jackson served \ Bill and Jean Johnson of Cocoa Mrs. Johnson's parents the Rev out that evening In celebration his seventh birthday, Mr. and Mn. Devoe day. Such was the cue for Elizabeth are going to be assisted In their
Us to committee JX1)IAN&I were overnight guests of and Mrs Cecil A. Lundy at, the of their 41th wedding which was Monday Tim Dreg- Carter and Mr. and Mn. Clarence Benin whose ninth birth work by Candy Shawn and
Duane his parent, Ellis and Tommle Baptist paatorlum. anniversary which was Friday. pars, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Dreggon and Mike Cavanaugh day was Monday. Linda Shelton, who are mem-
Mn. Chris Johnson, Saturday, On Sunday A, Mrs. Drexel Mr and Mrs. Grady Barnard Drcggors, had a party Sunday Kevin Sorensen, Kurt Ingle The first party was In the ben of the Odette Patrol ot
Fat Brlggs. they visited Jean's parents, Mr. Lundy, her son Mickey and are" proudly announcing the arrival afternoon at !horn*. Brenda Dreggors, Mn. Ar- afternoon with her classmates at Troop 813 and who by serving
and Mis. Simon Bunbee and had daughter Debblt, of Chsttahoo- of their first child a bahy For the occasion the refreshment lie Fern Locke, Mr. and Mn. school at which time cup cakes, In this capacity, will be working
dinner with them. They returned chee, are coming to he with girl. She was born on Sept 17 ; Chris candy and soda pop wen served. toward completion of some
table was overlaid with Hoyett
Church: to Cocoa that evening. them for an extended stay Mr. .at West Volusla Memorial Hoc- lace cloth. The table a Ingle. The cakes were iced In pink and of the requirements for their
Mort and Ruth Sprier were' Lundy went to Chattahoncheeyestetday pltal weighing In at I pounds cl'nt'r'pipee topped) with varicolored plastic badges
S ounces She has been named was the birthday cake, Mr. and Mn. Charles, Dreg
open Monday morning for "busi to get the children and roses. Favors were party hats
Synod Lain Alice. which was a ship iced In green gore and their son Steve Joined
ness as usual" at their service their mother will Join them here and balloons.In .
station after vacationing In Mi later this month. They Will be After church Sunday morning sod having colorful gum drop the group later in the afternoon. the early evening there Board Sets Meet
.GLENWOOD ami for a week while visiting her until Drexel who Is a student Pat and Martha Brlggs and trim and life saver port holes was a party at home with her
The flag flying the mast DELEON SPRINGS The executive -
people relatives. Ruth says that they' at Dallas Instltute-Gupton their children Eddie Barbara atop parents Mr. and Mn. Henry
of) Session and Patrick went to Sanford was Inscribed with }l a p p y Firemen Set board of the DeLeoa
had a wonderful time and she Jones College of Mortuary Science Bents Sr., her brother Henry,
The Garden dub
candles Springs will meetat
of the also says that the damage doneIn In Dallas, Texas, graduates when they enjoyed a steak seven Jr., her sister Laura Lee her ,
were on small boats of"RaUlnl" 10 a m. Monday at the horn
cnnk nut with Martha's slater
Church, with the will Mn.
that city by hurricane DoraIs In February Mickey grandmother Anna Bents
United ... )' much more extensive than we enroll In the second grade at and family, Mr and Mrs. Sylvester for and aft the ship. Field Day and guests who were Candy, of Mrs. William Grimm.
greed Sunday had heard our school Monday morning Kiddy: and their son Jetfi Three were Iced In yellow and June, and Carol Strewn, Barbara .
hrnwn with each
meeting at the Airman J'c Maxle Clifton returned Mickey and Dehhle were here Eloise Brannen was a business flying a greenflag Donald and Ray Bracht,
and having a candle DELEON SPRINGS a
mend for to Hunter Air Force Bane for a visit and Mr. and Mrs. visitor In Daytona Beach Saturday green The Carvel Roche and Tommy Cable.
for 19S1! In Savannah, Ga. Sunday night Lundy were away for several Mr and Mrs Charles Dreg and with the flags Inscribedwith second annual Field Day of the The birthday cake was Iced In SAFE
the names ot
Capital Funds He had been home on a weekend days last week when they took gore and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Norton boys. Volusla County Firemen's Association white and was topped with nine
Four Iced In and
were pink
undertaken by pass and his parents Mr. them home and then went on were with the group ot 20 blown. will be held Sunday at candles and a colorful merrygoround. .
The flags and candles
Florida. and Mn. Tom Clifton and the to Opp, Ala. to visit his father, from Southern! Bell Telephone and the the ball park on City Island In Beverage was served DRIVER
were pink flags
The funds to be other son of the family, Robhy Mr Charles Lundy, who continues end Telegraph Co., DeLand, who Inscribed with the names of were the Daytona Beach. Activities will with the cake.Paving .
used to pay came from Tltusvtllft and theywere to be W.BONS. I had dinner together In Sanford gills. get under way with a 1 pm. AUTO
dbtdne on all at the Clifton home In VISIT : Saturday evening fish fry all you can eat for Expected
At serving time the guests received $1. Local firemen Chris Soren.
spans( new DeLeon Springs Heights for the Mr. and Mrs Frank Welchhad
weekend. as their piece of cake sen. Ralph Philpott and Randy DELEON SPRINGS We
further mission as overnight guests on various
PINNWl. GUEST recent occasions sons of Glcnwood the boat bearing their name. Bellendorf have tickets for the hear, from a reliable source, INSURANCE,
Ice cream, punrh and coffee( flub fry. During the afternoon that extensive of the
Recent 'dinner guests of Mr. the family, S/Sgt. Roy Welch, paving
LKNDINQ were served with the cake.Favon .
I firemen from the tire streets of west
departments our community
and Mrs Will Jackson were Mr. his wife Margaret and their
and Mrs Leslie Ward, Miss children tenon, Barbara' and Personals were party poppers and of Volusla County will of Highway IT 1s being planned I The Conrad'' Co.IISWtitNiwYtrkArt.
Books. Debbie Little and Wayne Spanner Anthony from Key West and W. horns. I compete In six events and trophies by county commissioner Ed .
all from Winter Park, L. Welch hla wife Vlnla, their Gueits present to share the will be given. There Is no I Stone. It Is expected that the .
RLENWOOD: Mr. David H.
REEVE & TronmJ Johnson spent a day sons David and Mlcharf and McMun, a petroleum- engineerwith happy occasion with Tim, hisparents admission charge and the public work will get underway next nm 734,2272'
and his sisters Debbie Is Invited. week
In Altamnnl. with her Robin from Mel
JU WEST Springs daughter Lynn j the Creole 011 Co. In
sister, Martha Smith 'at which bourne. Venezuela was a recent guest, --

of his parents, Mr and Mn.

Last David Thursday L. McMurrin the for senior 10 days.MeMurrtns BUY!

How Do the Pieces Fit In ? automobile accompanied to Miami, where him he by

Joined his wife who had been
visiting and shopping there for
:p 10 days Saturday the younger WITH
couple flew to Minnesota to visit
her parents for two weeks They
will then return here to stay
with his parents two weeks before
returning to their home

base and Venezuela Mn. Norman Anderson :
of Clearwater were the lnt 1U1i
guests nf his father, Mr. Eric
Anderson last Saturday and Sun.

Mrs. Ann Van deef Wood has
.returned. tn her duties, at the
Eastern Air Force Teat Range
alter a week's vacation at her r
home here.Mn. .
Ralph E. Gould. Mrs.
Clifford Excel Mn. LeRoy
e Young and M".. James Oakes
attended a meeting ot the
For a clearer under Presbyterial of North Florida at

of the 'tragic Tltusvllle on Monday. Th.y
standing represented the meal up\y

this makes available MIle Ana.t? Eckert Is at her You Can Order A .
of November 22 1963
event newspaper aome again, after spending the I x

exclusively to Its readers the complete, official summary of summer Wtmam.Eckert with her In Cheater brother, N.J.Mr. SINGLE INSERTION '. .:

Mr. and Mn. M. F. Borden
of Ormond were dinner :;
oilier sister, Mn. Dewey Mead- .

The WARREN REPORTIt en Continued on Tuesday.on Page Nine) ANY ONE DAY 'IW': "

wilt be a handsome, durable, tltuttrated hard-back book of several ColHnsrHodsou MONDAY THRU FRIDAY C
hundred page* and will be rushed to press, as soon as the document Is Wedding Is Told.

node public, by the organization that produced The Torch Is Patted. CLENWOOD For Only ., . eaI0aeea :of I
Announcement '
baa been made of the wedding -J( [ten. S Atirilt Weeds T* A Us.. lack AMtiti.1. UM 320 (Bw<.lfyMy.$1.2QOr ( ) j), ::J Jf
is this
The cost only
community, and James 4
... # To order, fill out (hi coupon Hodson of Downlngtown.
50' I The! You Can Take Of A Insertion
Jjttow and mail >It f with your 11 the ceremony Glen"ood wu performed Advantage Multiple
A matt lot every collector end \ t
'' M Thursday. Sept.1 101 ,
remittance to the oddnsshdkalei
for every Jiomibraryf at B. (McGaftln.::M p.m. by pastor the Rev. James Rate That Decreases According To The Number Of f

11I Attending the couple wen :
Eugene: H. Meadows
Jr.. and I t.
AIM K. Miller. Mn. Hod", u Your Advertisement Is Published t :t
a former employ of the Duva3 Days .
r -IJ, .;-N\ ; I I Home.

I 1',0. lOX UU D.Uni FtorMs" ta Drive" Supported 3 lines 2
Days $1.56 (Each Line 26c)
CLENWOOD e e e . e .
:' ... liS. ....* ... PIMM ItlSrVS .. .. ., ,Pin, The local l
United -
Se. I II.eI.. W.m Repeal ct SUO ttck I Mantis I will Ik are gr&H ful PreabjtarUa tor th* CM Wom :s

sullied ss sees it the leek It instable tile. reset drive for suRvrtgtvw used 3 lines, 3 Days . e $1.71r.;(;> . . (Each tine 19c). .-

1 Abe rename .. MSM! tf Tat Teeth It Pmtrt .1I I II dlltlWl, .
12 Mth. (Melee lit checks .. Alt Mwta.,srJ) nil drive was sponsored by I5
Church ServIce
I I It resulted ba M pounds aid oj lnci 1n ..1riothlai 3 lines 5 Days e .r. $2.55 .. (Each line 17c) : '.J
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I A/drew ...................................i..1!.1I cause.Loral groups pay tile i

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Volusia Church News

Paul's Pastoral t Epistles Teach Important Truths I

meet on the second and fourth Barberville A friendly welcome will be extended .
\ Monday afternoons at 3 p.m. to all who attend these jBy URL U sot w the sacrifice required for the the blessed God ." Paul wroteto ment U lov"*. The core of Christ'

PRESBYTERIAN At the meeting of the WMS BAPTIST CHVBCH services. e New Testament which to forgiveness of sins Timothy-and later to Titus teaching was love. Love God. he

The Flat Presbyterian ChurchOf Monday, Mrs. Carl Foote, president Sunday monriag wwsMp servIce Other hour to not on Sundayare basis, Christian belief aidconIs" ON THESE BtTLD and Philemon-to Impress upon commanded with all the heart

DeBary will hold worship ., presided during business.Mrs. will be held at 11 wtth the 1:30: a.m.. Youth choir rehearsal of tow -eaidcount That portion of the law which them the necessity of putting soul, strength and mind and love
W. K.
service at 10 am. Sunday. Webb presented- Rev. Daniel Thomas bringing the : and 11 a.m. Nursery I IJ ,"- of the We aM .e now call The Ten Commandment flirt the gospel which was the your neighbor u yourself Then
Frank Woodruff will play "Com program on Relations. Other message. The Lord's upper will for preschool children in Fellowship Inn: nf Christ, one book constitutes a foundation crown of God's revelation to Hit you will have fulfilled every re-
at the
munlon" by G. F. Handel for Mrs* present Pearl Allred meeting Mrs. Cecil were A. be observed during this hour. Hall. Children will be In Itn,\ the Book of Ae s>, one upon which the gospel was built children It wu that final letting quirement God makes of His children.

the organ prelude, and "Luter- Lundy, Mr. Jessie Robinson, Sunday school will meet at church with their parents unti hook df f .'..It to understand at Jesus had obeyed the Ten Commandments forth of truth designed ta bring .

mezzo" by Schuman for the Mrs. Lilly Jonea and Mrs. Hardy 9:45 a.m. with classes for all the aermonette for children Is tile vnv end of the Bible (Revelation He built his gospel Individuals and races of menevenwhere Paul's comment on the teachings

: offertory solo. The choir anthem Cribbs. ages given, and will then leave with *nd the remainder of upon these Ten (Commandments. Into conformity with of Jesus made la these

by Matthews will be "Prayer of The society has placed a The evening services will beat Mrs Gene Borden for Fellowship the !New Testament made up of The Commandments constitutedthe the divine will. Pastoral Epistles U of basic Importance

the Penitent. The Rev. Augui- communion table in the church 7:30 and Mr. Thomas will use Hall Mr. Borden Is in eptetlft. nntt of which were ) foundation: the' superstructure I W* are always to rememberthat to all of us In the llv

tui C. Summer has elected sanctuary: and in recognition of u hla subject, "The Difference charge of all arrangement. written v the Apostle' Paul was "the glorious gospel of the end of the command- Ing of a sound Christian life
"Salva On Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. the P%< I .
for his sermon lubtect. the gift an expression of thanks When God Opens Men Eyes." TOR\L EPISTLES .
lion: Mighty Act Of God." The was printed In the church bulletin Preceding this service, the deacons Board of Trustee will meet ia The Sundav' school lesson for

postlude by Best will be "Alle Sunday which read "Thanks of the church will meet at Fellowship HaD. Oct. 4 I- entitled' 'The Pastoral I
fro Moderato." to the WMS ladles of our church 6 p.rn. On Wednesday at 1:30 pm. Fp,.'iM .. it I.| introdue- I WcJl UflJia Church 2)w0) I i
United Presbyterian Women
The sacrament of The Lord'sSupper for the lovely communion table The prayer study meeting will tory to i >.'IIPS nf thirteen lessons :,
meet. Mr. Benjamin' F. Banta ,
will be observed. At 1 that you gave the church also be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. wh', h wii continue throughthe II

p.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Err) to brother Allred for his work It will be a continuation of the Jr will give the devotions, and I has' tittutiy'' t of December CILANO JEWISH CtNTtftC PLYMOUTH AVtNUICHRISTIAN IVaNTH.OAV AOVCNTIITMl

S. Newton will present slides of In building the table. It will be book of Job. The church business Mr. John Kelly head, the program These |le.een deal with the pastoral Now VIP. Ave i..4 Mill St.jMk CHURCH North FpnKfp Av.
their Journey to Ireland. Denmark 'Evangelism. Behold ANew ,'".I'e. sale' er. ."i..rnrrtcM (eM..tI" at Tk, W."'*..'. Club II".. 1. L. MpihM, Mlniilir,
a blessing to many In this meeting will also be held duringthe epi Paul wrote thlr- i
and Sweden In the Fellowship Thing" pots S 0 ear. W. Mlhlt 'v.| Ins Oars II.(.. S.nHr*
church for We teen eputinx most of them S.tur*
many years. pray evening to i Hall of the church The Aim on Wednesday at 1 pm.. churches FAITH LUTHERAN JACK POND MIn41aeaUNDAY W..r.hls> "',.
for the WMS Choir rehearsal will follow theIf'rvIett He has .
a wonderful year il'llU'. however SIP.VICSSWl .."... .
li Invited. the chancel! rhnlr will rehearse. i ino |. iRi .yivmia Ave. .1. id:11 am
public a* you labour for the Lord and under the direction of In tOil.n, of his epistles which ".v. C".',.. I. JlMfeMIt, Plltoeun MrhonL *'in a mklnrnlnc Prayer ....Unl. Tu.*. '.l. p m.
COMMtXmr METHODIST His cause In this church." Howard Cox song leader Friday 1-8:30: p.m. Teen Town w'PreTltlen' m Individuals .> <1.. ...-........ 5:15: a malornlns Rnrthlp' 111
The DeBary Community Methodist for all Junior and Senior High a I Warship I.II .*. 10:41 vvat.VSSSMElt: CHU"CH or 000
CHURCH OF GOD 01 t Preys .
Monday at 7:30: p.m., the' summary 'Christian faith and a pen
Rtul S, .. Trvk R.ut.
will hold
worship student in
Church meets
Sunday cervices at the Churchof Missionary Union will meet FellowshipHall. setting forth if |life and relationships elms CHURCH or GOD Ray, Mlim,
.... DCLANO PINtICOSTALHOLINI5 W1ltlinat.e5under
service at U a.m. Sunday. Miss e. II''Ul w
Cod of Prophecy will be Sun at the church Mr*. Lorine Clew la the early Christian CHURCH fehoel. II a m
Barbara Bettlent will play day school at 10 a m.: morning kowskl la the ho tes.. ChurchTwo Luth e M.*r, ,..t., Kink' Waion, P> "'.......* ,rrlr*. tl a m
un4iT"l. U a m.unilar .. .. .
"Resurreolt With Chimes" by Sir KMukyMnrnint E: !U \llit1n ""ro. f | s mPri
worship at 11 and evening worship Sunday school teacher were Emporin thousand years seem a "orihlB 11 a m. uA. TIC pA5' .11..1. 1.15 a.0. .r H..tlsf! 1Tuae ) 7 so s m
Wilson for the organ prelude at 7:30. tremendous "' "'..rah''., II. T P.a. rnd.r. 1.M Vm.
, elected: last Sunday the coming length
and "Adagio" by Relnecke for of time for all 'hd"*. a" t:ID ..... *.rvlc, pas.
the offertory solo. The choir anthem year during the Sunday BAPTIST C'Rt.1U1I of us m in the long history of tamp, Msht, WKL U. ALL IAINTI tPISCOPAtInUrsPI
"Pilot school hour and are as follow: A deacons meeting will be held the human race and the geologleal .*. PI*,
by Holton will Orange City'IETRODI8T N. tlv' *. and eiym.uth 'w.. CALVARY BAPTIST. CHURCH lam. Mnly Curhnrlwl :
Linda. Tolllson beginner department Monday at 7:30: pm. at the Emporla history of the planet on .. .
Of Galilee" with baal solo by ... J. D J.hni.nPlhlt SM III Mlahlaan' 'v. Mnty Euoharlpt: se M r.
Stanley Rader The Rev. Cecil : Lorine Cleszknwski primaries Baptist Church. Wednesday which .e live, !this period la very .tll"'. 1* a..mMnmlni Tk. Rv. L..,. A. CIIB' Ins rr.y rI
N. ,Ogg has selected for his Worldwide Communion : Beatrice TcMson Jun. night a church business short We. marvel it the effect: "orlhlB.' It Oil, I 41 a m Sundur Sunset sn pp 5,m. Thursdays and Help
Sundaywill 11. MornlKf Wnrshl'
sermon subject, "Holy Com be observed at the 11 a.m. lora; Joe Bennett Jr., Intermediates meeting will be held during the he! twenty-seven hooks of the reuse P'vnlna Htitlne.Wonhlo: tc.d.1:55 t 50 : pa tin pm, Tralnln Lehner

munion." The postlude by Purcell Sunday worship service at the ; Gladys Barnes: young peoples sam hour. few Testament have had on the T"I""TVrnHOO"T"" f tviniilv 41 Evtnlnc Tin Worphlp. m. Ml*...._ aOUTHIIDt CHAPtk.Rl SAPTIST.

will be "Intnductlon'IDd Methodist Church with Holy class, and Jim Cox adults.. Sunday at 11 a.m. the Rev. life', "f the world Jesiu, a carpenter N. Clue" (I WlHtnilM, Ave.Ise ..,"' asS ebnle' Prauen a.utll SpPiR Garden. Av..
Fugato." The sacrament of The Communion given. The Sunday school superintendent \ 3 C. Purcell will bring hit message n Nazareth suddenly ap- Alfrt a. Vsugkt. Paasr Rv w.o...,.* ". .*...nSunrt.r

Lord'i Supper will be observed. Mri. Victor Schaefer, organist \la David Cox. ; to the congregation pears on the stage of world ac iiniliiv. Slin l. \\ n .... pens, CHURCH SCItNTIST.. Or CHRIS' )Itresp'A.rshlp School 1.15 11 am..

I Sunday school classes for all will open the service with the Promotion certificate were Sunday school will convene at ton and so speaks and lives that MnrnlnWe r.llow.hlK uhlq I (41 or ant Adults It.aundr 111 .. Clara' 'w.. i.viiun: Worship, 1 K

ages will meet at 9:30 ..m. prelude "Safe In his Keeping" given to Junior Barnes who was 10 and welcomes all ages. Whip the whole of human life is fund. .n4 ,...tll. a pm.Ytdaah unilr Icnrte >l II ant. LAMS MILIN' '"METHODIST

Junior senior and Junior high by Peter Marshall and will play promoted from the beginners to Guess Sunday school superintendent mentalh altered Time is dated N.'.''C'f'. \\...? la: phi. Sunday rkoii, it, U m. the' Rue Wly P. Fink, FMIMJurd

MYF will meet at 6:IS p.m, for the offertory "Take Time to the primary department: Barbara will meet with the groupin from his birth. Certainly we ran StetsoN BAPTIST CHURCH Wednalv.rti'O Ini-luilM, Bv nln ilmnniM, mattes. ofOvrlillnil .r School II *,m.

Vesper Service will be at 5 p.m. be Holy" by George Stebblns. Bly and Cindy Bennett the church auditorium for tone to only one conclusion W. Mlnn.MU end l.Hii' | 0..11'1 *''(1._ k_*lln>. I Mnilmi ihln,, Him,

Mr. Ogg will use for his sermon The closing postlude will be from the Juniors. to Intermediates their opening devotional. about Jesus of Nazareth "namely Ml*. Junlut' K, F..UP, JrtunitiT 1I Av*, ea.a Knnm wtikdar l III vv.I InSlaea*": !. SIAIII MIMORIAL SAPTIIT

topic. "When the Comforter Finale In F" by Roger WUon and from the Intermediates to Mrs Laura Blackburn will beat that 1 he Is Son of the Most High I10rntnt. frhml VVnnhlp S 41, 510.. m.>4 11 5.15 ,.... Paul Wsnn Lass Hahn Jr,? Pau.,

Comes." Special music will be "Holy Spirit. Faithful Guide"by the young peoples cites was Un- the piano to play for both the Godrl'L Training '' : ens. uniUy, IrkMl I.U a n.or .
Mrs. William Lake. da Sly and Carnl'IIIIrnN., and nmm'AL Fvnln: :. ;.:iI'I\' [Arr \\ .hir Strvle*. It t.m. and
provided by M. M. Wells will be morning evening song service SOY
I sung bya I .r.r hustle.. W.. 1:'11 phi. tin vm.
man and Mrs. Adam Muller. quartet Sara .Lou McBroom, The church is approaching the led by song leader Troy Of the Pastoral Epistles which' 'ralHlD* tiPJn: I.IS.FIRIT .

FIRST BAPTISTThe I soprano; Iva Lee McBroom $:.'000 mark toward the building Brumhlow. Paul. wrote, two were addresned Pies 1 CNNIITIAN ATIEND CONOJ t"aATIONAULk
.. N. Blvd! at Wlutntln Av..
First Baptist Church of of the new pasjorlum planned for C G. will\ meet with .
alto; Arthur Bennett, tenor and Armstrong to Timothy and one each to Titusand Tut See ..Pflr4 MMM, Pulasuns.5rhanl Hlt.
DeBary will hold worship service Clarence Adams the near future.PEVTECOATAL. the members of the Baptist Paul' 0' iMP, Cider
bass. Philemnn.! Timothy was hill I..ft ... Worelll'. II am.CAISAOA8A .
at 11 ..m. Sunday. Mrs. Sunday school will be at 9.30a IIOUNE81 Training! Union at 6:39 p.m. for Greek and half Jewish Ills mother t'urrh "....hi... 1es am.Cllruuan .

Frank Stockwell: will play "This m. passes assemble in Fellowship The Barberville Pentecostal their study hour. and grandmother-Jewish 30 pm.Touts TIIIsw.AIsa ( CHURCHunilaf .FIRSTIPIRITUALIST ,

Day With Thee" by Price for Hall and then go their respective Holiness Church will hold worship The 7:30 p.m. song service win women named Eunice and Lola- nude Group tVt4>....*,. t p m.T. CllURCllwrrdm larvlo*. I U m.IHIoaary .

the organ prelude. The choir an rooms.The service at 1L a m. Sunday be followed by the Sunday night. had been converted to the new iASINAiA* SPIICOPAt., senak.raOlSNW000

them by Wesley,Ramsley will Methodist Youth Fellowship and the Rev John Candy pastorof services at 9.Wednesday. Christian faith Timothy was N. Clara al WliMDilnTh COMMUNITY

be "The Church's One Founda will meet In the church at the church will bring the mes at T:30: p.m. U the brought up under careful Cv C.nan L , tion." The Rev. Hubert Thomas II p.m. sage. hour for the midweek prayerservice. of supersttninn D.O* Baas Uels/. PrUrNrip. Ckunk USA
his Christian R v. Jm a. MtOatflHFliurrk '
will use for his sermon topic The executive board of theWomen' At 10 a.m., the Sunday school end grandmother The Greek fa. T V
II "Partakers of the Divine .Na Society of Christian classes will meet for their len The Woman'. Missionary Union ther must have been broad minded tHC. : ayor0.114en.. > Ionic* II ..

I tore" The pnstlude by OBerg. Service will meet at the church sons. Mrs. Floyd Clifton Sun. will meet Thursday Oct. 8, at and toleunt! for there it *.!. Sue. It.. ,.".'.. .... |.' m CHURCH' BOOor
tc will be "The Heart Sings.. The Tuesday morning at t:30. day school superintendent, has 7:30: p m. In the church with indication that he In no (',"''''...,*.. t ID F.mltCuihkriit. PROPHICY140fl

., sacrament of The Lord'i Supper. The Wesleyan Service Guild charge of the opening devotion- !President Dot Guess.Church Interfered with the any way FriviPlI: .. IIM IOn undtyHCtCinKrkury arts Mornla llltll I. Vrkl Av..
\ ...
spiritual .. P
L. tun *ennAv
will be observed.DcLeon will meet at the home of Mrs. aLso members! that are still H"".. I .m.CHUMCH KINGDOM MALL Or
training given lilt ,son Timothy | I'liimt I 41 a mrr
Kenneth Hanson Tuesday at 8 The Llfellners meet at 6 p.m. patients in the hospitals are by mother Eunice ol'THi *> kinf. Bun4ay asS W04n_
grandmother I N rth liPlH* OarS t 'v.
SpringsBAPTIST p.m. Mrs Leslie J. flyer is program for their study session. Mr*. John Mrs, Vaster Blackburn, who was Lois. V..rhH' nor AmtllsL. Sun I pm., Watchdtwcr Iiu4r. 4*, *l t p.m.ORANOI =

chairman and Mrs. E. B. Candy la their president. admitted recently to the. Went St P.ulln his ... V."I" MI"I.". Tai t I p ... Fihl' Book. *
CHURCH McBroom 1'* In charge of devo Mr. fi ndy will bring his evening VoltMla\ Memorial and Mrs. Robert Influential. ministry remarkable shad and .iiMi* arhmil. 10 t.m.Wnrihlll trr Fn, *.ot..rl>)rrlc*": .ril W:**.Mini Uii** "..,. C>vl4' sahem.M Pus.Chris ,

During the worship service at dons spiritual meMK *t,7, ., Hutitgs and Henry JoHsnon to t'OD.fHln"aJI It inrxKMliMi P. ........

t the DeLeon Spring Baptist The Rev E. B. McBroom.. pastor Wednesday at 7-30: the members ire both patients In the Fish thou. some sort of of which adverse t\tui\ Mathis. .In*a/M 1 .Nuentheal mFlellT .515. not. 2"u: eacd N ........, 5nhal ..."
remain In j / n.dsy.oaael *(4S
Caurch Sunday evening the of the church will be at the will meet with Mr. Cwidy Memorial Hospital DeLandPicrson the ChlirCh to this icy and METHODIST' ;.- 0.'. 1<4..P> Sal, fttUfJ4S t,WsrvM.II am **4 f M pm.l .
.elected officer and Sun. Methodist Youth Camp near for their midweek prayer service tome ? sal' enurek JMhM* Mld l ."'...k uuric., WHn.*44f 1\
newly lit' wtilcn l have'v.n ii'.i."H. en I. '*ul' vir (I HcwryHiv. 'l I .m. Wimklp Sarvlre W pailOSLION
Leesburg. all
day school teachers were InI next week. ..iinteied 0..rft W. Wlt.m.H p m. Junior SUBS Tenth
tined."iD-'presenting to them The WSCS will hold a bake sale --Thfl Ladle Auxiliary trill meet 'vFIRST disposition" on the 'u,4., Censor *.41 *... ,. .*.M* IPSIN01NITHOOIIT ''
art of some to substitutes "fablesnd Hornin Wnrnhit' 11 I ttnutf' Kltk Tenth f.lK l- CHURCM
I and charge the Saturday starting at t a.m. In Oct. 13 at 7:30: p.m. at the home rm. ,
challenge endless for r>.nln> VVnrihia Tlnt < Mw N, < .'lan4 Mls1spsasO.Y
BAPTISTThe geneolnglts" W. tK *
Rev Cecil A. Lundy pastor (Contlniled on Page Eight of Annie Joyce Peacock gos- >rm.ill.'. .n4 Aster l Tenth, '4n..l|.,. lit, Bible. tludf.rrrr. .
Saturday Rev. Alton Stephen, pastor >el teschlng. This kept the ,rtilowthi, I.IK ,.I m.FIMT HrkMil., I 4S a.m.Vornlns .
used as his crlpture reference The chicken upper Ww.klp. IIt
School of the Flint Baptist Church Church stirred up with continual OP-'CMHIIT vaunt Wr hip. f.I*
I "Ye'are of the the Barhervllle
the light In
Lake flight CHimeM
Helen "rangllng and added tittile AtltMILV Of tOO
will tits to ths nothing
world . .". Matthew S:14. Cafeteria sponsored by the La. present message Oil N. PhlSMnDnsl N. *.ultv.f4 ant t. SKIMHT '''''111I01
with to congregation Sunday at 11 a m. teaching of Christ and lt( In. .m WH.'li>, MinnupIun4r DIIR/TN IAFTIITCM
answered reported
In turn die Auxiliary was < L. Seem, Pates
They COGRCGATIONAL"Holy The Sunday school hour to at fluence In the live of bf'1If'vel'l.Paul School is m 5 m. ") A. LvMy', r*...eloM.
their pledge. be a huge success. The proceed 'i.i1.v Irliant S IS m.tinrtkip Hwnin* Wimkl. II I ..
Communion Companionship diMes will assemble nailed matter down with : .. f Kk* .k U nj.or.hi .
1:13 I ,
: a m. It a en.Fvaw.lnm Wnrcklp I I*
Those Installed were Mrs. Larnar from the supper and the sale of .. ,,.. canine \\ Ham. .n< t 41 I'M.
determination 110 m .
for Loneliness, will be In the church auditorium for and finality In the f vIW Mi4 w ale l rvlo' wadaalar. t'nlon, .
Curtil I ... T' mln/ pm.rrartr
Carter church clerk; household 'ttems made by the .I St. fr r f TII. T M pas uo pm.T ,
the 11 ..m. meditation of the opening devotions with Drtmar statement which he make in the /.neon. It WaMae T 41

Sapp Sr. treasurer music director: Billle; Mri.R.Beach Rev. Paul H. Cramer at the anxlllsry and vxrtted; plants. netted Harper. school superintendent, .fifth verse of the passage studied .. IllTH.iD..T. .'** MTIP.I' CATHOH8 .. pm.

Mrs. Earl First Congregational Church of the group$110t' before retiring to their respective Uday: "Now the end of the convAandment 10U NPlk ...,..."'. Avg ,', IM W New VP A*.. .ARIIRVlUt BAFTIITCHURCH .
Pearl Allred Lake Helen United Church of TV Ladles Auxiliary are spnnsorlnc classes. Is love out of a /"..,. TtMiXM M. Wads' Psttoeiin Paths,.k t. M*,...* .
White flower committee Pearl a clan 1 for girl &13 called pureSrarT. .. *., Srhnxl,. 4t m. lunAay MUM, 119, I ass II Pare, ".,. Maccl.0.' INse
Allred. Marvin Hires, Riley Christ. Joining with churches: allover the PioneH! Girls. The meeting Mr. Ken James will presideat and a good conscience Mwmn, "'....III.. 11 w.wkAtrA /nnAuc: I le a m. -.
the world the church will the pl.1fOf' the 11 .m. and and of faith unfeigned (sincere)," WBfrtlfc 1 II S en.Cenadu Meshes *.rnee, ayrftuna ,
iBarnhill and Carl Foote trustees. will be held every Wednesday at tarsi I l 4 lrr > .. Aturlap. S Se I ; WATWII". T I* "
observe The) Holy/ Communionof the church from 1:IS to 5 p.m. 8 I p.m. service. Give up your bickering about >|W 1..u.n.. H 4, red .. *m. I 1.5,1sc_ "ld.W... "' ''If' *.rri4a. tie:
The Lord's Supper. Union will minor matter, commanded Paul. '
| Sunday School officers Include: beginning Oh'?. 7 Mr. Skippy Baptist Training ISIN kUTHIRAN
i Herman Johnson. superintend- Mrs Harry Hanscom will be at meet at 7 with the Training Un The important thing, he said la AHNS.TT Ml MONIALMITHOOIIT CHURCoR., ONV
will be their leader.Glcnwnod .
R eat; Carl Foote associate superilntendent the organ and will offer a program Halnes" inn Director Willis Ashcraft for Jesus Christ what he taught CMWMCHl A C.*. Mmi' './*flit Wllllsi Fir A. *Bykk*., PIS.. *. F**.*e

; Mr. James Slider of aolos,) "Think On Me," their study session. what he did, and what fee continues MacvtaH. MlnliueS .. eliM pails R4.WoriMP sand.t5rI"el P 4. 5 m.

I secretary; Mr. Jim Hammond prelude; "The Sacred Hour" Midweek prayer' service and to do In the life of every t'II",1I WIsKlrllay..."....,. .4S < .... Chunk tcknakM s.r i.<., 1**is*.m.CMRHTIAN a.M. ',ship Put-vise. Use*.
offertory and "Be Ye Blessed business will beheld believer who trusts him. ... ..
R associate secretary; .Mr*. AlonDxo church meeting wnm' .I.L. ORANOI CITY METHODIST
Adams superintendent of For its anthem the choir will "That Same Night" I to the : at 7.30: pm. One of the great. controversies oily, I pen. OaMayWt5TMINITan AlLIANCa aid' MISSIONARY mural SitKMil 5. M,.*LM...".'..,.FMlu4ay ,

nursery department; Mrs. Bill ling "Bread of Heaven." topIc the Rev. James B. McGaf' i Choir rehearsal at'1.30: will be of Paula day had to do with the UNITIBFNIlaVTIMIAN lit W, Apm*....... Ce, PI.H<.*> Moraine rvonhip UDMIVI
Warren. superintendent. Mr*. There will be board of trustee fin. pastor has chosen for his under the direction of Bobby relationship existing between the U .... Nov, Jars H, *<.k. ......p .

Herman Johnson, teacher, bejflnners meeting at the church Mori- sermon on Sunday when the Roberts. Thursday at 7':Vt pm. law of the Old Tulament and the SIM. 4. PrankM. M..M*..4nfINI wwblp. S.ud....", .,...I S it M .. Siv" OP>IN...|In CHURCH T .._
Mrs PatiBrtggi. day at 7:30 p.m. Churt'b.Unltl'd U rhurchwlde visitation day. gospel of the New. Paul took the W. NM' v. Ave. annitov H s.a. .Lens. W. Punt*. MIM.M*
department; Glenwood Community |A, SHrl..ntdinlltf worship "*...."'1"."...., S.r..i.*
superintendent Mr*. Lamar The Youth Fellowship will meet Presbyterian USA pan The foundation" U being poured position that the lea was the SrkOfll | I* a a, .r.".n/et,.. M*.UV nhlp,1*..I*, ill pas I )0 a ..... Isle 0'1.!....
Carter and Mrs. Duane Wednesday at 7 p.m. and choir tlclpstet In World Wide Com for the new SUJ M educa- foundation upon which the gonpel ft mm I' *_Ie.. I*.M ..*(. IPRIN4''' ... i Ug

; GUlmann. teacher, primary\ rehearsal/ will be at 7:30. I munion. The service win beginat tonal building at the church. wu built. Because fertile had PaK T FIRIT larTltf CHURCHFISRSON CHURCH OF CHRIST'

i\ department; Bin Warren superIlntendent The Rev Mr. and Mrs: Paul i 11 a m. The Girl*' Auxiliary and the accepted' the teachings of Christ Pup ewumeN till .....It .***( B.r4... Asp

r. { and boy teacher Mr*. Graeser attended the fall seminar This Sunday also marks the Sunbeam met Monday afternoon and become Christiana did not Tit NrM ..vlvareil4f ItiMlaf IeSal, II ),.: 41 and s en.W.rants III. .. Mun H. N. in.r". Mlnl4eli

In\ Jim Hammond. pianist and sssoI and workshop at the Sea first of the season's appearanceof with Oietr leader Aft electionof mean. that they were free from J.all I. $s.II Pause jttlMtt C*MiL: 11 M II sea.

elate .teacher. Mr*. Jessie Rob- i breeze foiled Church of Christ the Chancel Choir, under the officer was \held when. the the requirements of the law of ( .P.rvt.........,Ida\I S m. MMUM use pan. W**, [..nine w....... 4 I* .

Shoe and Mr*. Robert list b.teachll'l Wednesday State officers were leadership of Mr. Leon C. Star. Girl1 Auxiliary met with Mrs the Old Testament' They were TrTl'lnf ''''- 1 if P *V c. CONARIOATIOMALv. kd4wMM study, 114. T I* BmtM .

I [ of girl 1, Mr*. Sarah there to loitruct and direct the key. They will sing an anthem Alton Stephens! and Mr*. Willl free of certain laws having) do F W.4cda>'.,... Wwal, leper* 'kIV1$0 .. M I'i''''e U PalMrweW 1I.'D'i. n 00"1:

Crtbb teacher of girls 2. Junior officer and .church' representative "0 Holy/ Jeiu" by Luoff.: and AshrraA. Those elected wereElaine with ritual and sacrifice. These .. Un4ia r i. wmklp.Chub, II*II fs>. fleet .. Mlim' ..*<* Ave
Jim Hammond, In the work which wWI Debbie T'"* "... P). Lens La.rM
department; the gradual "My God and f' by Catch president: Jaw had fulfilM their" function T. "" .'
W01LCYAN ,....... ,.IIo f iwur *> P 41 m.V
I superintendent and boy teachf have be done for. the 1965 Seeger UI.'tee president: Marsha' and were DOW laid aside. Jesus woIII. 5. ; ..r.klsCHURCM II: Svastnf.1

er, Mia Geraldine Jones girl "Chain I of Mission Mr. Graeser Mr*. Ruth Excel organist .tie*, secretary: Wanda Oirist.\ the Lamb of Cod, bad by 4M'is POW Las Vp. Passer'va. 'IIIif' TPwdap- p'ft'Indawtl.5aen.: .J"' '.

," i teacher Intermediate depart- gave Jlw devotions\ at Wed will play for the preludes. "So, program chairman\ ; Cayle D"'I ki u death on the CTOM constituted 'n."." .r...-1. 515 001.0" PIMTfCOITAbMOklNII
Intent; Mr*. Cecil A. Lundy. suiperintendent. nesday's meeting Mrs. Graeser venif by Drdla. and The nromurlty\\ miMlnn\ ;; --- *ii*> MISSION

Mrs. W. K. Webb. Is spiritual life chairman lot the Voice of Jesus" by Dykes; for Candy Bennett steward I ".... mW MMUMb t.M pa, *,vlll" PI.*. lk.*M4k ..., impppiMS
R | < OMPI P..4*. lv l WlllUm' / ,
r Mrs W.IK. "v rv i* > pMe
pianist. Paul Kennedy district the ulterior "At The LordsTable" I hairmaa; and Helen Ashcraft Public Invited IhiCRiM, COMMUNITY nth, at-b. N enMla.l .'/. arkMI. I* h m. aw.Ne.whlp
( and Mrs. Cecil A. LunIdy. : 1, ... .
Webb METHODIST by Bortnlaiwky.; and for : prayer chairman. .. HIM' eaves' s.c.Mee It f .vaaphaWwa.
o citr
N r".MN. 4 4* p f m,
teacher. adult department TV Lake Helen Methodist the postlude "My Jews I Love The Ikea win meet the eron.l wr_* ". .!.., MIRIHN ).>....., KvtltllHI "S.T '''. Tie ..r. pUkb :.,u':.,1.A ...., W"..
land Donald Sylvester, wiperta- Church will Join In the ohnerv- Th.*" = Fourth Mondays of each To View Film MrnnlM ........ I*.M MM-WMk. IemM Taws, ,... Bt..4.'. 1/M pc. Mtads,.

tendent and t"cber.'OWI1 pec- InN of Worldwide Cnmmuntnsi The service win Include therecepdnn '

i L pies department. Sunday Fnr his 11 a m. sermon: of new member and The meeting was opened with I n. eVBttefy, .....w each ..... h ife.t"t4) If MMM kettoeti .w..m 1 III
TRAPTOG topic, the ftev. Wesley r Fink the administration of "Toe prayer and the girl tang "LmeOftert I I The public .to Invited to the premier
Training Union officer are ta* chmen "Walking la His Lords Supper" Me." The Krtptur was presentation of the sound I

Paul Kennedy, director, Frank Holy Way" At 10 a.m. there I II Sunday read from First Jon 4:7 It TV fUmstrtp entitled "Gambling and James F. Clardy The Conrad Company
Grover, associate director, and- The choir, under the d'rrcflon I I school tar all sgea. Adult meet ppNa entitled "U GodS the Church." Just released ttl fNlUUNCI

SvrUnger secretary, of of Eugene Utierbark, wQ In the SaiMtuary with Mr. Gilbert Loved. /Rim win be show and discuss all "wIII ...WSUtANCIACINarh. 7J4-UM III WM Sew Task ,... ,u.anCoston's
|I Mr*. Lilly president -Break Thou the Bread of .IDr'j E More a* teacher: Refreshment* were salved laCeat I during the 1 p.m. worship serv.

the adult Union. Union (Centbnrd ea fate rtiWrea are to Fellowship HaH. < .j4 e* Pale Elgfctl I Ire Sunday la the Fellowship
K Leaders of the Training Halt la the Educational Building &
The Florist Laundry Dry Cleaning
I Departments Doa Sytwstft' of he First Methodist Church.

Geneva Rite, IntermedUtee, I I The filmstrip recommend appropriate 111 K:.M fcMttse r Me mall 84 ...Ik rtwite if*. n st* 7343111

Mrs. Carl Foote Junior, Mrs. perks ia relation to a

Frank Grever, primary, andiMr Evangelistic CrusadeOctober Christian dtaea'i\ stewardship ta
Deland Paint & Class Deland Federal & loan
*. Bermu Jotuuoa begin II all n mmunlty, stale, saOne aad Savings

EBeri. f hurra. Ul Rut MMU rh4M l TU4M1 1M Seem rtprtto Phone 714,555Frierson's
B Womaa'f Missionary SodetyodcUl 5.11 Dot ihowtef and IstUMloa efts
are Mrs. Carl Foate.Mrs. ,
tSmstrtp wQ be Mowed by
III"fIidnt i and. K. ,,"ebb.we i rooadtabU dueusslei at, brat.MM V. Mountain Co. On The Boulevard

prlG t. Mrt D. H. e arftL.-nwy. Chairmen The Alliance Church MlirS fVIJtISICIJICf I TINGIIGUH AtPUMCU .
OM same time sad placefuaytay.
r Mr*. Pearl AQml enmmwity 11II Oct. 1L It Num Peelest6. fees tU4a4 1M Hem Bedna,4 htM mam

mUskMi; Mrs. UDy J***. Ir, table dUoisalon wilt d largely ---.

nJJdrea'* kome; Mr*. Cecil' A.j Ceraer ,... HefUe cW ArsNtr f wish the .
gambling praMem. Center Inc. Drive-In
l Mclra
Drug Sugar Top
dy. folios study; Mr*. Jet The Cammfsiioa ea Christian ,

,efUbtajoa, prayer; 'sMarv Hear Rev. H. P. Williams SortaJ Cesjrens ef the riwrea top "WIIHI 11Ht1I Mm- '
a Brigg*. Chris ADcOlary\ ; aortaf both service a* On.I I. Mt Be4vaed Ptlese 7sunl Certw 0ajt.*. _.,. sad "*rt AsseB* Are.

kit, v a4 Itt. aa4 tavttea the pubiieto

i unman preside JofcMoa of the was T i keta trthrod led. ix from Chicago attend. Volusla Pharmacy H. P. Shapiro Corp.West .

fee other cfflctr an yet. to be Wsek NIpkIs 7121 Smtty 141 & IliM AJI.n47M.JI.. (A4III.rl Qwd fi ep I In Het11 .....*... Fin'.. TM4MJ WOMIff1 UtL5ss.atpsI

Taut WAlCtUM ACB a HM HO I AbpN1 ...... tsU'tft
a4 tte 0.
Grts! AnjflJary rap5 ago aid nee)

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Lake Helen I rtt i MAMA IrlOftlDAj SUN ttwS UOAV,OCTOBtft 2, 1964
Orange City: SU Teacher:

XConttoued! from Pap Sewn) (Continued from Pile Seven) I (Continued from Pale Seven) .

Debbie and Marsha LUea, Elaine the Thrift Shop near the Parish Mrs Robert Knapp win be at To Speak At

and Gayle Catch, Helen Ashcraft House. the organ a-I-- ,
and ODNGBEGAnONALWorldwide Sunday school with classes for
Candy Burnett FIRST 1
Get well cards were made and : Communion Sunday adults and with children Charles will Craft meet u at a; 4D Local ChurchI
10 mm.
eat to LIbby Willis who has win be observed at the Sunday
been IlL service at the First Congregational superintendent I
morning, Mr. Fink Dr. Malcolm Wynn, Stetson
Mrs. E. A. David and Mrs. Church, Church of Wednesday
the Christian University professor, will occupy
spoke at Bullnel'l
Cart Turner Jr. met with the Christ, at 11 a m. Please note the '
breakfast at the Calico 'the pulpit at First Christian
Sunbeams for their meeting. The of time. The Rev. Elmer
change In DeLand. That evening he gave Church (Disciple] of Christ) at
meeting wu opened with their L. Patterson will use as the sermon 'I t
the invocation at the partisan the 11 ..m. worship service Sun
theme song, prayer, rally cry, theme "When Death Is held at the DeLand I
political rally
and their alma. Blessed. day.Dr.
HaU. D j Wynn will be speaking lathe
For September the girls have Mrs Elmer L. Patterson,
Mr, and Mrs. Fink will leave absence of the pastor the
been studying the Island of Tai guest organist, will play for the I
for Leesburg Rev. Bernard C. Meece who Is
wan, Its history, customs, people, prelude, "From Sonata Op. 7 In Monday
where will spend the week attending the International convention
,how they live and go to school. E Minor" by Grieg; for the of. .
while Mr. Fink attends the Florida of Christian Churches
"Christ Is Risen" by I
They made replicas of their fertory,
Conference Methodist Pea (Disciple of Christ) In Detroit.
homes out of cardboard with Merkel, and for the postlude,
thatched roofs. "Allegro" by G. F. Haendel. BEV. P. WiUTAMSLEADER ton' school.BAPTIST Also attending the convention
school will at ':30 sessions as delegates of the local '
They joined' the Girls' Auxiliary Sunday open
for refreshments which a.m. and children of an ages will The Rev. Paul Wrenn Jr. will church are. Mrs. Meece and

were served by Mrs. Bobby be welcomed. Many have registered TOLD. preach both the 11 ajn. and the Mr and Mrs. John Cannon.
7.30 sermons at Blake Memorial COMMUNION SET
and others may register : p m. I
Roberts and Mrs. Wallace Flow
on Sunday. Baptist Church. His mornIng The Sunday service will be presided

en.Sunbeams: present were Pete EVANGELIST BET 'The The trustees will meet in the EvangelismCrusade subject will be, "Selling over by Tinsel Miner, who
7:30 Ourselves Short." For the evening will lead the congregation In worship
Flowers, Becky and Gary Roberts R v. George L Brown pastor church annex Monday
service his topic win be, and give the meditation for
Tina and Larry Schauble, of Hyland Baptist Church, pm.
of the "The Size Doesn't Matter" worldwide communion to be observed
Cindy and Patricia Carlisle, Clscy Orlando, wU be evangelist for The meeting
> Turner Gatch revival services at Calvary Meridian Club for the fall season Set Mn. Louis Friedman will beat at the church. The senior

"Hallman Becky Don Timmy Faith Baptist Church a4 7.M: each will be held In Jan Murray Hall, the organ and will accompanythe choir will sing an anthem. There

Linda Moody evening Oct. 411. Mr. Brewa starting with a covered dish supper choir u It sings for Its mornIng -T will be a nursery for young chil
Stephens Hallman
Turner and Darlene attended Stetson Universityand Tuesday 6:30 p.m. A program special, "Something For dren. '
Curry. his. first pastorate was at will follow the business The Rev. H. P. WOllams of I Thee. The evening special will Church school will be at 9:40

Catch Becky will Roberts be and to Becky theGirls' DeLeoa Springs. Song service meeting. Chicago will be evangelist for be. "Jesus Is AU the World." am. with classes for an ages.

promoted for the revival services will The Thrift Shop In Jane Mur an evangelistic crusade Oct. 511 Sunday school will be at 9.45: New teachers beginning their
Auxiliary at the next meet. be led by the Rev L. A. Cold- ray Hall will reopen Saturday at at the Alliance Church, S. Florida a.m. with Woodrow Hubbard superintendlng service this Sunday Include Mrs.

lug Oct. 12 at 115 p.m. lug pastor, Mrs. Irene Cold. nine a,m. and will open Saturday and Armstrong Avenues. the classes for chll Lee Powers Mrs. Harry Hlnce-

CHURCH OF GOD ln( will be organist, and Mrs mornings from '.12 a.m. Mr. Williams now pa.tor' of I dren and adults. mon Mrs. Malcolm Wynn, Mrs.
The Rev. Whoa Mussellwhlte. Charlotte Cooper plaa..... FIRST BAPTIST the Northwest Alliance Church Training Union hour with Randy Jack Bell and Mrs. Crelghton

will have charge of the services Sunday morning worship service in Chicago, began his ministry Wilson ss director will best Ashton. who win teach the college -
at the Church of God of Prophecy I the First Baptist Church In Daytona Beach. 30 .
I at For many 6: p.m.Wednesday clan
at U a.m.Sunday I Bible Lesson Set I will be at 11 and the Rev. David yean be served as .pastor Of at 7:30 p.m. will At 6:30: p.m., the senior high

at 10 ..m., Sunday.: Solomon will speak on the subject churches In North Carolina be prayer and Bible study in the GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY-Ground was youth will meet for a program

School will meet for their hour 'Thou.wllt keep him in perfect "Rule of the Unruly. where ht pioneered! for over 20 I sanctuary, and the Junior choir recently broken for the Wesleyan Methodist Church led by Beverly Van Brunt

of Bible Study and Sunday school peace, whose mind is Sunday school will meet at yean and built three large I will practice In the Educational building at the corner of N. Hill and E. Wisconsin ave Bible study will be at 7:30: p.m.
lessons. There an classes for anages. stayed on thee: because he 1:45: with classes for all ages. churches. For several yean be Building. Senior choir rehearsal nues. Shown during the groundbreaking
The School superintendentis truiteth in three. The evening service will be at served on the national board of win follow at 8:15 p.m. left to right Curtis Lee Dean ceremony chairman ,
Miss Shirley Laseter. This quotation from Isaiah 7.30 and Mr. Solomon will use pastor Hughes, Subjects ChosenAt
: managers the home department Saturday at 1 p.m. there will of the and{
board of
Pianist la Mrs. Myrtle North (263): ) is the central theme of ss his topic "Operation Way. of the Christian and Missionary be a "sanding and painting trustees, Ralph Murphy, secre-
and Miss Louise Luster Is the the Bible Lesson to be read at side." Alliance with headquarters I party." To be sanded and painted tary of the trustees. (Sun News Staff Photo) the Spring Carden Ave.

song leader. Christian Science churches on The deacons meeting will be in New York City. chain and tables for the Church of Christ Sunday, the 11

The weekly Bible Class meets Sunday.age held at 7:30: pjn. Monday In the FOREIGN COUNTRIES primary department. Come out am. lesson topic will be "The

at 7 p.m. Sunday for their study church. Mr Williams has visited 'a and lend a hand. Faith Gains 18 Members Christian Disposition",

period.At that would bring the people The prayer and study meetingwill number of the Alliance millIon JOINT PROGRAM At 6.30 p.m. "If You Art

7JO: pm. II the evening closer to Christ be held Wednesday at 7:30 fields in Southeast Asia, South A 'Joint fellowship covered dish Lost" will be the subject of discussion.

worship service Mr. MusselwhHe Mr. Gass was assisted in pre. p.m. The study Is on the JJta America, Africa\ Cuba and I was held last Sunday .
Win the to the of the Gospel of Luke supper Bible classes begin at 10 a.m,
message) renting the program by Mrs chapter Palestine.In evening at the Lake Helen Meth Eighteen persons were received Charles Jacobson, there will be
Senior choir rehearsal will be each Sunday; communion Is at
congregation. Gass. addition to being a successful confirmation
odlst Church with members of Into the membership of no classes until
Tuesday, the Woman's Missionary at 7.30 Thursday with William 11 a.m. each Sunday and midweek
President Mrs. B. C. Hartley : p.m. pastor, his ministry takes the First Congregational Church Faith Lutheran Church last Sun Oct. 17.
Band meets at 7:30: for resided at tile business meeting.Mrs. Klckllghter as director. him to Bible conferences, mis- and other friends as guests. CHOIR TO MEET worship is at 7:30: pm.
their session Mrs. Junior choir rehearsal will be day.They each Wednesday.
study Myrtle and
Gill made conventions
North Is the leader of this group. was Spiritual Saturday morning the churchat slonsry evange After supper a short Hymn are Miss Karen Brown Tomorrow, the Junior choir The public is Invited to all
Saturday. the members of the Life Cultivator, 10 with William Klckllghtmr Uatlc crusades. Sing was followed by a trip to 819 E. Wisconsin Ave.; Mrs. will meet at the church at 9 a,m.On services
Plans were discussed for a Through his ministry, many Hawaii through the of Mr.
eyes Davis and Hubert Davis
Sunday, church school will
and Mn, T. C. Moody
Gleaners Band meets at 1:30 as
: .
church supper in the near future. young people have prepared and Mrs. Roy Cummlngs. Roy 124ft N. McDonald Ave.; Mr. be at 9:30 a.m. The 8.15: and meet at the church at 7 p.m. On
with Mrs. Valerie dine. This u pianist
COMMUNITY themselves for the ministry and showed the pictures and Mrs. and Mn. Earl Dunbar and children 10:45 a.m. worship services will Wednesday, both the senior choir
class Is for age groups up to 13 I During the social hour Mrs. PILGRIM are now active ss pastors, Cummings narrated. Denise, Laurl and Llnette, be led by Pastor Nora Gustafson. and the parish education committee

)'ftI'I. 'Dick Hartley, hostess assisted Worldwide Communion Sunday missionaries and full.time Chris From a view of the Harbor at Deltona; Mn. Sophie Goepfert, This will be Worldwide Communion will meet at 8 p.m.
The Victory Leaders Band by Mrs. Gus, served refreshments will be observed at the Sunday tlan workers around the world. Honolulu with the clock tower In 431: N. Kansas Ave.; Miss Bonnie Sunday, and Pastor

have the study session at 7:30: to the li members pres- morning worship service at the The Rev. J. H. Beck, pastor of the foreground the beauties ol Lee Knight, Stetson University; Gustafson will be assisted at the

and teacher of the group is Miss cot Pilgrim Community Church at the local Alliance church, re the Islands were shown. Mn. Sarah Thomas and children communion service In both

Shirley Laseter. This band is forages PRIMITIVE, BAPTISTThe 1030.: Holy] Communion will be celved the call of God and late The first picture of colorful] Henry and Jane, DeLand services by Dr. John L. worship Ben P.Iuu&1

13.35.A Elder Percy Ming, Deals, given and the Rev. Wyllt F. prepared for Christian servlc Hulu dancers wearing bright Highlands; Mr and Mn. Adolf son. Sermon topic for both services .
meeting wu held Sunday of Steen has chosen for his com of Mr. Williams tl leave skirts and bright Trelchel
result and
green Julie
pastor of the Primitive\ Baptist u a daughter will be "The Authority to
the young peoples\ class of the I Church on Volusla Ave., will munion meditation., "God Was preaching. flower leis was taken against a Glenwood. and Mr. and Mn. An. Forgive Sins," based on Matthew ISUUtMNNUMt ALKER
church for the purpose of elect. ring his spiritual message to In Christ. TIME OF SERVICES backdrop of blue surf and blue drew Watches Deltona.] 91.8.On : .
Ing the following officers: the Mrs. Shirley Crouse, organist, These services will be conduct. sides with fluffy white clouds] lit ETwta. nM 1341506Saturday
the the Third Sunday Due to the absence
congregation of
the will
Monday scouts
"Breadof boy
Rev. Weston Mussfllwhlte, president In the month which will fall will play for the prelude, ed Monday( through Friday at that was to recur many times

; Johnny Splndler vice president on Oct. 18 at 11 am. Life". by Ashford; for the offMtnrv. 7 30 o.m. On Sunday the wor: during the evening; 1,
Winnie Musseiwhite, secretary "Mulndv" bv CiernV. and GARDENS!
; ship services will be at :
45 the
At 10
: a m., congregation 'rMir the "Andantt"
; Louise Lueter, treasurer will meet for a 15.minute postlude, 11 a.m. and at 7 p,m. There were views of tropical
; Vivian North I. IrvIn Spindler service by Freyer. Ron McPherson, minister of gardens taken from a revolving

and Edward Trey; membership song Elmer Home, church clerk, John Cornwell communion will sing Old music, hal prepared a program restaurant atop a tourist hotel.A !

committee. Annette Spindler and will be In charge of the church English Greeters at the door of the featuring the church choir, solos Banyan Tree covering an area Opening
Vivian North are the members conference and business meeting. will be Mr. and Mrs. I duets, and trios Ray McDonough ]large enough to seat 300 diners
of the publicity committee.At sanctuary and Sue Martin, pianist. There charming gardens
A basket dinner will be served Arthur M. Kruger. There will bea organist were
a meeting held Sept. 20, the will be the featured musicians. snapped at random with orchids
picnic style at noon, Friends art reception of new members Into
name was selected] for the" class welcome to attend.EBENEZER the church. Mr. Beck invites the public to everywhere and banks of native

Which is "The Crusaders. LUTHERAN: Choir rehearsal will be held attend these evangelistic meet begonias lining the roads. From

This group wishes to invite to PERSON The REV William Wednesday at 7.30: p.m. with Ia,.. I great heights were taken pictures
their class people, not
any young of rich valleys planted
Cubenka of the Ebenezer John Cornwell as director
church attend andIJI'One
having a with Toto from which Pol is
Lutheran Church, will present The Pilgrim\ Community JIFFY
to attend Sun.
wishing fields and pine. .
Church Tells made, cane
11 Church of Orange City recently
day school is extended a warm his message at a.m. Sunday. apples. Rainbow Fails In all Its
welcome.A On Sunday at I:45 a.m., Sun. completed a repair and renovation shown and
color war
party wu planned for Sept. day school classes will meet for program and which gives It a Service Plans gorgeous waterfalls so long and steep thatit
fellowship room
school sanctuary
30/ at the home of Mrs. William their Sunday lesson. took two pictures to show It
will ample for its future needs.
Organist E. G. Wetsman
will beheld
Splndler. These parties The church war the recipient Worldwide Communion will be In full.
!nave charge of the morning song
home of the spent monthon
at the of one The Cummings a
from MethodIst
of a memorial gUt the observed at First
members each month. service. the island of Hllo In an apartment .
estate of the late Pauline Turnerwhich Church Sunday at a special 9
Wednesday at S:11 the
FIRST METHODIST the work to be service and the Is owned by
Choir will meet for rehearsal allowed a m. public CAR WASH
Across the street
services at the Church.
Sunday worship
choir completed without incurring any Invited to partake of the Holy
First Methodist Church will be and at 7:30: p.m. the adult there was the Stone Congregationalchurch
Indebtedness was Sacrament.
will meet. E. G. Wessman Is nor shown In the
held at 11 and the Rev. which war
of music. need for the solicitation of any At the 11 a.m. wonhlp service !
the director of picture of a ,
Reid B. Cass win have as his background
additional funds. the Rev. George W. Wiseman
Members of the Sunday school The bride and I
Communion Meditation Fellowship wedding party.
A fellowship haD, now named will have as his sermon topic,
Without Barriers," from crasies Church of the held Ebenezer their annual picnic "Tht Turner Fellowship Hall," a "Why Stand Yt Idle?" based on her attendant carried bouquets 1023 North BoulevardAt
242. Worldwide Communion of orchids
Acts :
room 52 by 28 feet has been Matthew 20.111:
at DeLeon Springs\ for class: five kinds
will also be observed Craters and lava '
erected the north and west of The choir, under the direction
on "
members, families and friends. of a strange eerie Parkdale 66" Service)
Sunday. (
I the present sanctuary and attached of Mn Martha Sue Crum. will
Sunday school win be at I:45 Erwin Andersen was to chance I to the already equipped sing the anthem, "Now Let Us nature but with muted colon
a.m. Oaasea assemble In the of the arrangements. James MoClnnU I used various they were fascinating.
kitchen. It will be by All Praise God and Sing, by
church auditorium for opening Is the Sunday school su- for meetings and Gordon DUST FERTILE: !:
devotionala with Rex Fisher, wrlntendent and Lillian Glnters dinners.groups It has attached restrooms nursery will be provided "Volcanic dust Is fertile! \ ," DeLand's Only Quick Car Wash Service!

school superintendent. Then they his assistant and a storage space and At the 1 p m. service, a film. Mn. Cummings said and pictures
will go to their respective cl.... Mr. Eubanks, Henry Harder .Is directly connected to both the strip on 'Gambling and the were shown of the first

moms. and Joe Asbury attended the kitchen and sanctuary. Church" will be shown and discussed trees to grow in it., It is a tree
UKrI. B. C. Hartley organist, Evangelism retreat In Leesburg The sanctuary portion of the bearing blossoms similar to our

will play the prelude and also three days this week. building has been repainted, The public Is Invited to both "Powderpuff" tree but much YOUR CAR CLEANED INSIDE & OUT

for the following hymns: "Tht "Concern Is the Key Word," floors re-waned, the walla panel. services. taller. Then there wert the

Spirit Descends Upon My Heart" was the topic of the Lutheran ed and new pews of oak with Both the Junior and senior Tret Ferns.

When I Survey the Wondrous Church Women program presented padded seats are to be installed MYF will meet at a new time, On the island of Molokal we
Cross" and "BI... Be the Tie." Thursday night In the next week It will make possiblea 5.30: pjn.Radio. looked down from a gnat height and !
Tht Methodist Youth Fellowship Pariah Han by Mrs. Lane Bum. seating of approximately 235 upon the Leper Colony The disease Saturday Sunday Only

will meet In the Educational ted assisted by Mrs. Allen Bradley people la addition the front of Is stamped out now but

Room of the church: at ':30 pjn. and Miss Lallan Glnter. Mrs. the sanctuary has been changed Program there are still residents cured

Mrs. Cosmo Smith Is their coun Sonya Llndstrom. Mrs. Ralph E. from the customary pulpit In the Slated On but not willing to go out Into the
selor. Burnted. and Judy Pt I'lCD. The center to a chancel tyoe with alighted 'Unity'A world. After they die out the

The MTT was host to the Sub- topic dealt with the social ministry cross: in back of the communion land win probably be sold for a REGULARLY 1.00 SAT. & SUNS!
2.00! SAVE
District meeting Monday evening of the church. altar table. There also dally five minute Inspira resort Mn. Cummings told us.

In the church. President Mrs. James McGla- has been added a room for a tonal broadcast will fcgt, Moll. There was a picture of the little

The Northwest Volusla County ness presided at the business study or committee room. day over Radio Station VJBS. Catholic Church ta which services

Ministers Alliance will meet Monday session. Mrs. Harold] Carlisle and Those responsible for the work The program, 'The Unity art held.] This church waa .

at the Seville Methodist Mrs. William Eubanks volunteered were Lloyd T. Utman, general Viewpoint" will be heart at 6::15 bunt by Father Diodes who

Church at 11 ajn. to Attend the membership- overall chairman; Gunner Anderson a.m. Mondays through Saturn worked with the lepers until the

For bit Sunday night service, leadership development workshop chairman for the Interior days and at 11 p,m. on Sundays.. disease killed him In 188*. The

Mr. Cast will use the subject, at the Faith Lutheran Church In with Mrs. Helen Heringer, Scripts, prepared by the pro.Jl'am' Martyr of Molokal.)
"Preachers In the Pews," taken Delaad Sept.. 29-30. Mrs. John Plchler. Mrs. Harold sponsor, the Unity School After an hour the Cummings
from Act I.I: The LCW Members accepted Freund. Mm. Harry Colon Mrs. '' of Christianity\ of Lee Summit, were afraid of tiring the audi $1100

At ':30 pjn., midweek prayer an Invitation to a luncheon on Ray Tressbr and Walter Weav 01., will be rut by Frfd York, ence but prxnlsed to show more .

service will be held. Then will Nov. 12 at the Faith Lutheranchurch. er. Robert Wellington war chairman representative of the school and at another time.
be an official board meeting. DeLand. of the committee for the Stetson University student Note: This was the second

Sunday, Oct. 11 win be Lay- Mrs. E. T. Ptterson. president exterior, with Edward O'Connor, York says that Identical pre trip to the Islands for the Cum-

men's Pay and the Qua tely Conference of the LCW, urged an membersto Harry Coton Harold Freund. revsrSet being broadcu mlngs. The first was made by
will be held at 7JO p.m. attend tile District Assembly William Mahoney and Robert freighter eight years ago and

The Women's Society of Christiaa Oct. 14 at the Reformation Mclhralnt. AU the Interior this year's trip was by Jet.

CDUtth Service met Wednesday of the Methodist after- Church Mrs. J In:. 0.Orlando.Wessman mission-\ paneling chancel was and done remodeling by UcUwalne the Us For All Your and rtyally were warmly entertained welcomed by Open From 9 A. M. To 6 P. M. Saturday and From

Boon tn the parsonage lor Its ary correspondent, read a letterkum and Coton. TIle Rev. Wylit F. friends they made on thetr first
X..Nelson, Steen. the minister\ of the church "To natty get to know a
monthly meeting. the Rev. Donald FENCINGNEEDS trip.t 12 Noon To 6 P. M.
Mr. Cast was the guest speakar a missionary\ to Sabah. Ma1a1I1Lwert and Earl Cook were ex-offlcto Iswalian is to make a friend Sunday
and M his program lUports made from the member ef these committees.A. tar life" "" .. Cummings &).
New H. HuHord was the contractor that
husband has a theory
"A Purpose For ANew flvt clrdea.Mn. .
in of building the Is
charge of the people
Agt." Tht tople I aa Harold Csrllalt made a the happiness
valuation of put programs.was a report la absence of Mrs. Joe new addition. /eecl9 ll iMce itch be to tile wonderful climate: and
both imarvtl at the The Most Modern
They Only EquipmentUsed
discussion on the changes: that Asbury on the Nth anniversary water. terrttn
should be made In our way ofthinking dinner to be hold Oct. 25 tt was fact there is s* radal .
I IIf wIIo ware .**
aM doing things as we reported that the church would now and peoples
VOLUSIAKID hi the past Bye together lalarmony To Assure You The Best
and miN
try to carry: our mtasagt ofChrist funlsh the meat, bevcragt 1tf. FOUl

\, to tilt World.Jht rod and an of thoM attending IIMnUUIUIIfI now. _

discussion\ : was first held should bring a vegetable and des IC V$5 STOREWe '

it 1960 at tht Central Methodist sert. .1. $,1. t REMEMBERCU1DOU Care For Your Car's Finish!

Conference about what ministers Mrs. AMn Stan ell and Mrs. De"e* iu.._, STIES?

ajMt church societies could do to Beda Molander served refresh- two Te rUs s..... a.... SECTS FUEL Des II fee '-

get the mtassgt across la this meats. tAft.

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RELICION IN THE NEWS Dedication Set ..wawa.e. I Nit 9 BRAND (OtOUOA) SUN MWS nfflAT, CCT8IO t DM

Attorney Tries To Outlaw At Of Enterprise Buildings! Programs Television I News From Washington I

WASHINGTON (AP) Employment agues s left job to rerun to
Church ENTERPRISE-Rinhop( James aorrone NortiPrteram and unemployment achonl.: '!

Tax-Exemptions W. Henley of The Florida Cos. Inrtmatltii. I* .uMlUtfky both showed- expected seasonal. The unemployment rate far
the 5155 i r an* II tutjMt too
ferenc ot The Methodist Church ...."t.' T". Sun New >. tees Nillikl declines In September" u approximately the month 9.2 per cent: was
will .,. f.. .r....m. the I. teat
build. 1.7 mfflion teen.
seven new 774v a.h.r. tt tIe ",.....,. Net** "!.... slightly higher than August's UPOI'
BALTIMORE> Md. (AP) property suit. Kerpelman Inga fin the campus of FloridaMethodit cent but below the 55 percent
says"Many Children'i Horn .t etau.oewxsn last
Leonard Kerpelmaa, aa attorT. of my Jewish friends ar* Enterprise Sunday at } .wv. rh.",," I. A.rbq registered Sl"pttmber.
< says he wants to sav giving me the cold stare p m. lI.u'OrI sde HHH Says Employment stood at TO.'
American taxpayers millions of They're seven buildings all! + WIIM.T.". CkkiiMl 5. Orteftil minion compared with 72.1 Ia
getting an edifice\ com erected since June I, l1t! O. .. .
dollars. plex.1* cost WLOF-TV, 0 ii l OrtaK August and 69.5 minion last
J286,76. with furniture r '
He Is trying to outlaw state' "However there's no place In FRIDAY BVtNINA September.
and federal tax exemptions for the Bible that says churches $equipment.'15.400. coating an additional ( M+a lot Cl \\'.u..... Porte GoldwaterDesperate' Unemployment was S3 million .
III A. *.oens f
church properties and church. have to spend this much 1 + 5.. HuntS down 390,000 from August
money Also
owned businesses. looking rood'* he said. participating In the dedl II (It M,n .*n U ....... and down JOO.OOO from Jut September
ration service will be the .. .
Rev 1 1* ill >
Kerpelman 39. he ::"r It was the lowest Sep.
says "Only money Is Involved. lie Jesse E. Welter, president elr let t..i TK as
the suits eel i tember total
eventually will not a question ot freedom oconscience. trustees: the Rev C. Durward I N L/ K:: unemployment
reach the Supreme. Court ant ." McDonf, vice president of trustee In *'<.... sine 1939.

become a milestone la church Kerpelman say he II an Or. *, and the Rev. Bascom W .... IS I .Ness. ""' *.-...Ron rti>.,n C>.. kTaIt The Job ftgurea, given at the
state relationship In the United thedox Jew, although he and his Carlton, superintendent of the ell :-.... 11'.11. CY.5att. Labor Department's regular

States. family attend synagogue irregularly children's home. ,... I III!I v.ny Mft. P.rdr1.. LOS ANGELES AP) Sen. monthly briefing Thursday, are
$10.Mv RetainerRe Music will be provided by Mn III ttvatt tart: the Jut to be Issued before till
Hubert H.
drove Into
1,10 tie tnt.ri.tlosal SNewtlae.In
estimates that In Bald- H* explains/ his Orthodoxy Union Day soloist and Mrs. g.oMI. Southern California today Nov. 3 presidential election. The

more alone, taxation ot church ironically: Cecil Sellers, arcompanlit .... 1.1 I'rS Hop Th, ..l..r lag that Barry Goldwater"knows say. next figures are due Nov 5.WASHINGTON .
Ins TM Iet.H.tter.NI
buildings would add $iS million "I'm the only one who's Orthodox. The horn was founded on the T.. ,IddlmO Pamtlt he face a crushing!
to annual tax Income. His Every man Is his own north shore ot Lake Monroe lit 0. fill 'o11'5.nrire.. 'y defeat". and Is "d... pl''ly (AP) Preliminary
clients In the suits are the Free theologian.. II 1908! and hat cared' for thousands !10 Ins I" n.m.r.l rll "Pyle""i T MC looking for an Issue that will test picture relayed
Thought Society and the group's ot children from throughout :* 11 orwi Kiel strike from Japan by the Syneom 1communlcatlona
.. lightning.
president Lemoin Cree. The the slate' ot Florida. Present toe lea ftl TM J.rk 11ft. \r......" .. In satellite !have
society pays Kerpelman $10,. campus capacity is 10ft, but a nit 'II' "..", .rt l.u.M.r Humphrey remarks boosted' hopes for good US.
MissionarySlates prepared for student. the
UM reception for television shots of
000 retainer fee. program of foster boarding car m ru..1 :
and adoption provides servicefor : rd, K l lei AR- Nero t'nlNenlry of Southern California the Olympic Games which epeaIn
Many states Including Mary. additional children e tires Ml name charged"" that Goldwater Tokyo next ,,"k.
land allow property tax exemptions TalkThe many II,IS It) 'remelt plunged "to the depths ot poU1'cat
I I The public Is Invited to attend 'II M.III. The satellite la hovering ever
for church building Kerpelmaa the dedication If'rvlce.'Rcuiring'. M | M cynlPtoro"' by accusing the
t m the Pacific Ocean and II 23JOO
already has presented es rllr war/ Johnson, administration of being
opening arguments In Baltimore Rev. Flnley M. Grlwtt' oft on communism. miles In aJ'llCII.Jnlormal1llll .

Superior Court against the who spent many years as a ; ART AT THE FAIR-Blending together an one work of art DELAND PUBLIC OUHHTSfl DEFRAY Dtrectnr Matthew
Maryland exemptions, contending I missionary in Africa, will occupy are the symbol of the New York World's Ksir,the Unisphere, Gordon of the Communleatlooa
they violate the constitutional the pulpit at the Sunday worship and one of the many sculptures adorning the ground Thin LIBRARY "Thui I la the"cry of a denperat Satellite. Corporation a4!

provisions against establishment service at the Westminster Seen Aid ToParaplegics figure I in called "Th* Vina" and wan created by llsrnetFri'hmuth. 191 W. Rich A... political man, said the Cmi" Thursday the test transmission

of United Presbyterian Church. His The statue was borrowed from New York's Until erotic prexIdenMal! nomi performance was "very goad"
a religion. Is 9
topic will he "'fle Greatest Metropolitan Museum of Art. Op.n Tonight nee "This la the cry of a man considering Syneom was lOt
He says all taxpayers are Christian Gift." who knows he fatty a crushing originally designed for talvllion >
forced "
to contribute Involuntarily defeat
Following Ma talk the. congregation aATUftDAV IVBNIN relay.Rules .
to the support of churches will observe Worldwide SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) I M in World *f Peoria Humphrey/ said GAldwatar' '

because the churches we public Communion Sunday with Mr.Grissett A neurnsurgeon at the L'nl- I.Hi :lit tl'e th* Ltw Pus: "admitted to reporter that he Over LandTALLAHASSEE
/ III rtikln
money for such services u administering the Sacrament verity of Utah College of Medicine Glcmvood l.\\nr\4\ War | h1'O111It111 the charge to wait
streets and police and fir protectton. of Th..lnrd'. Supper working on a new "re JACOBYOn sin III 1'1....... for reaction' .before. deriding AP) Tte
a M,4S
ill '
Mrs. Lois Rrwekelly will direct wiring" technique that may offer II lit M..r H.IIOT Ktturit. whether to exploit It for political Florid Supreme Court yesterday
la another suit, Kerpelman !I. the. musical program, and Mrs. hope to the paraplegic.Dr. I' PersonalsContinued lei .lohnnr, QuMtT gain. that the Inereas la valu

attacking federal Income tax Jonnle Wlmer will sing, "Let Us Theodore S. Robert Is W ill r*t OTiwlilit P'U *lOx .._- 'In other words" said the to land resulting from buOdlafof
regulation! which allow churches Break Bread Together" cautious when h* talk about Bridge ( from Page Six) tll Ml.* asses Mlnnenotan, "he la desperately a new read can be subtracted

tax exemptions on profits. The public I il Invited. the results.Considerably. Pol.... Jack Amo and U8 tie> Jii-Vi Pliiiiwri ruM..ta Chew looking for IlkalUIII that will from land acquisition' costs ta
from businesses Including sons .
they own more work must lit 0 ,,. UmiuI strike
and himirrtes.
lightning win .
hotels, service stations bit done to and 9y OSWALD neon Michael and David came by M lit Mr, Meson torn ewe
develop prove III ill P rtr ma.iein nThis The court decision. Modi*!
and publishing houses. Club Begins the technique, he said In an In. Ne yaa. Eatoryrise ASM.NOtTH their from Cocoa Beach on Sunday oa nuiisM'i' m'. itIII te Humphrey's/ first rem.palga In painstaking, technical laaguage -
way to Six Gun Territory ts.r.n.. Well
Some churches voluntarily terview "but I think we haveto Roes Allen's reptile exhibit andother M .III M..tI.l trip late the big vote rich boiled down to ruling
pay the taxes, but Kerpelman. keep working away at Improving points of Interest l to the 11. III 11 Mr MnUrvMxt Hr**. t.rlae.. state that both Republlcani and that will help. reduce the cost

says exemptions run Into millions Fall SeasonThe our treatment of persons I tin...., Mr*. Amo mother, Mri.Dewey I in M in "...."' ..11.I" rvmorrata view. aa a key to to counties of buying land for
of dollars paralyzed by spinal cord ATV10IIII I* '*, .!...<. heir[ November fortunes. construction of reeds
damage." Meadors. accompanied It.H; Ilk N...
them for the '
Friendship Cub ot the. I NORM WITH CATS A4AQJT .day. KlN....
These exemptions also are First Prenbyterisn. Church will The acting chairman of thecollege's Mr and M.... I. L. Brown It t* III tlxvl,* California gave M1 per cent'
unconstitutional became they who have been living In Miami It 14 III Mow of Its to Republican !Richard Hariung'sSaturday
have Its first meeting of the fall division of neurosur- WTST BART (D) JJ .. ill MAVI.
violate the constitutional aie the formertoll
provision now occupying
season at T-.TO:: p.m. Friday Oct. gory works mostly with cats ANon* AQIMWKQJI4 1 III III M.aN M. Nixon, a native CallfofBlan
of the of church home North Grand Av. _
separation 9. In the Fireside Room of the when the spinal cord Is damaged VIII | .,., CllKkltl WMlrle, TV .'*. In 10. Special!
and state he maintains. church. and the nen connection 4KQJ10ITJoirrn ATTEND RNERALOutdlt : '..omise as. CSsued Is All It provided till final rung' up

Since he filed the church Following a brief businessmeeting : are cut oft between the brain .IQ 1111.45 town relatives who attended ).y">*<'".r' m.e.9e.luo..x esn. a r..u15e Newel 'III'( Goldwater to the patty'spresidential Guiles Inwn

a program "From the and the lower part of the body ahlll funeral of William J. nomination" when b*

Meditation Set Flack Sea to the Adriatic" will That can happen to a person 4AXJIOII3f Notion lent week Included his DaLaad Radio rnd* a crest flouthent Calif ornla Fried Chicken
he presented by Marguerite MeKenzle. (In a car or Industrial accident VAT grandson William Jackson Nor. votes to defeat Gov. Nelson
The. program will be He. I* paralyzed from the shoulder ton Ii. a student at Duke University WJBS WOOOA'DRA A. Rockefeller In the aiats'a ,....... end 1 VigitiiUHat
For Communion Illustrated by slides. I down iw movement or .KC : Mr. Norton's daughterMrs. '4M K.C. 1111 Ie... primary. lels end lurter

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Randall feeling" In his Will.n..A Both vulnerabl Dan G. Cornell and eon Today and Saturday Rum.Irf'y .
will he hoet and hostess for the NKRVEft v.4 Mark West N.etk Stephen fl' Atlanta Ga; and .
intends to travel
Dr. Hugh Ash. pastor of theFirst s. .,4. Pan i Mr. Norton's cmwin and wit 79Harfung's
aocurhour ; f I Dr. RobeRsaa'U>}eI1ltyof; /
Presbyterian Church win the stat from' Lo Angeles in
Poison of an ages are Invited Whiconrin graduate, takes the rat Per' pas Mr. and Mn. Ceorpi Cbuen '
the south t faa Waacfaeo lathe
the communion meditationat *
give to attend. nerves running along the rth>- ran. haven of St. PrteratMirf ..... ierft4 All Day
the U am. worship service the Intercostal nerve that Openbif -. X. Mr. and Mr*. W, C. Little north
Sunday. visited at ANY' The! Minnesota revered ease Ismela ter see reed
are above the damaged snot "Six Gun Territory" Dr
Prelude will be "Arioso" by Communion and tie them up with the.. inter.contals finale 'and called/ on their friends 1.7110.; mil'1 Thursday) as hestoried
Bach, with William Hartmaa erf Irt North Dakota
oa\ the James Woods at Lehurg
below the damaged
the oboe and Ruth Carr at the I* Srhnlulerl Then Inleromtal nerves In 'discussing a certain bridge! this pant weekend. They helped 'UDDER' NAMECOrCNHAGEN kfnnisna and Washington allof .
organ. Postlude will be "Glory branching off from the cord player the late George S, Kauf Mrs. Woods to celebrate her which were la the GOP column Rlwey IT-tt lui Or**(. City

Be To Cod" by Bach. Trinity Methodist Church will thus are given the role of re man remarked "Ther are two 14th birthdayMn. P .. In the presidential" remits These 17-U1

The chancel choir win sing observe Worldwide Communion placing. In part the function ot way to tell' when X has good Thomai Atkinson Is a mark (AP)-A new bovine tour year ago. -
the anthem "Jesu Joy of Msn'iDesiring" Sunday with services at I:49 and the nerve fibers which run down ('a rd.. Pint' his face light up medical patient at the West I :;-. I' .... I ... I. aeeeelle .elase.lee'eee'eeeeeeee.sPCCUL .
by Bach. 11 a.m. Sunday Pastor Alfred B. In* cord-the one which have sod then he mlsplsya the Volusla Hospital. fashion was launched'May I ETMT rilDAT AND 'UCIDAJI1aQ e
During the service then will Vsught has announced.The bens cut off. !land:. Mrs GolAte! Nnjes has returned at a Danish scrl-

be an Infant baptism Rev Vaught said communion Dr. Robertstried this on a South' face flashed like n" n, lo her home here after cultural show bas for CHICKEN OR 's

also would be served at human patientwho" had been ss he bid four spades. North an .extended' stay In the Went rows FISH L $$1A4D
I:45: am. in the chapel) for persons paralysed by anaerident seven decided lo try for a saran ud Voluala Memorial' Hwpital.wheie The technical term U DINNER I he ,,,:

BOULEVARD who cannot attend the rrgu- years before and-aald the pa. South accepted the Invitation. she was confined after a udder protector, fn. far- ALL YOU CAN EAT ______
I I arty Scheduled services. lent toUtJilm he. (Ii now able lo severe. automobile accident." Mrs meet protects tile cool TA TT lUAU mora. PEA FOOD
Dlm.1N THEATRE The church's choir will sing feel mot:* sensation In his leg South won the heart Iud wuh, James Oakes I Ie staying" with her ilnst injuries| and la e ROM MUll DtvnXO CRAM e
Let Us Break Bread Together"at and move them hitter. Ms ace. and laid down the age< until she I II able to rare lor. her flammation.rhett .
Tenlgnt U The Night T* the services.AMHTANTfl. Dr. Roberts said the "neres- of epaulet West showed out. an t self. .-'; Palm Inn
G. Out Ta A Mll TOLD sartly cautious conclusion" la South! promptly went after the The stale road crew .lan. donea Th.

Open ':11 hat this rewiring technique club suit. His plan was t lo d,., fine Job la clearing the hurricane a
TONm SATURDAY snclal Assisting pastor the Dr.pastor Charles and a-Co''' has been at least partially sue- card his !losing heart on the train from then-enter of U attached to tilt lantxHNaval BAR, RESTAURANT, PACKAGE STORE :
Aa '." and nM third club, but all plans dmitwork. the Resident Air Bal. and U recover-
reanM. village its appreciative :
Cleft, will be the Rev. James
hag from a plsne resell elf UM HIS Will Nw TsrkIL4.JBP1" /leg. TS41ff1
East ruffed the second of this set-Vic,
........ ee.ease. E. Bayley and C. A. Webb coast ot Italy la late Jill,. .eeelaeeeeesusesseuseesee.ees .eeeenueeae.elt
: club and South had to lose hascontract. Miss Helen Knapp and Mn. I
The communion services will Broadcasts
.b' Ray Smith attended the meeting ... .
Nt broadcast ever Radio Station .A LJ "i"
:1 South of the Meet Volusla Women, : <
complained about
; WJBS, sponsored by the dC
= class. Ruled UponWASHINGTON luck but It was a case of had Republican Club la DeLsiuJ ea

'IJEM 1 At the 7.30: p.m. service Dr. play East: had mad a vulneta- Wednesday
Boys selected' to receive/ the
.. 3iett will use as sermon topic."Don't TINt ill_ three diamond opening and
:. IAP morning offering on Christian
had stamina with
four ff
up spades
Forget The Key.
Federal Communications Com- Education Sunday tent week Announcing.
Dana Fog!* will preside at th* nlanlon ruled yesterday that In addition 14 his diamoitds-he were Sam Yoder Lee Rny .
iA had tft he short In hearts and
eter evening service. The Junior and iroadcasters who carry Preat- Schneider Michael Crank aid
senior youth fellowships WIll lent Johnson's news" tnnlerenreduring chin*. Furthermore, there wn John Kelly. I A* P\

il'P' meet at ( p.m. at the church. the election campaign very good chance that the deuce Mr.. and: Mn. George ArkweO h
., '
are subject to claim for equal of hearts played by' East at and )ft. Albert 1. Wiley !have The arrival in DeLand of a new concept
trick one was" a singleton.' .
Guest Paator Set I time by other candidate, returned from their. summer's .
:1 : I The majority) In the 41 decision That was the caar and !South trip Mr. and<< Mr*. ArkweQ :
: Due to the ahuence of the ruled that broadcasts ef aa 'hd a cinch play. H* should/ visited! all the New England in dining pleasure. .

pester of DeLand Primitive Bap- entire news ('OII'f'fI'ftC.'tJ have continued tnmtp end 11'1r.alt I state while Mr. WUey\ spent"' his

i. tat Church, Elder Jeaa Hunt of lint constitute either a bona take his queea. Later he I I tune ta New Kampahir art the "New Showboat" or "Shinkle's"
Tampa will !occupy the pulpit at tide new" Interview or oa.the- would pull eaat'l last trump sad" "III1MIIL
the 11 a.m. worship service on spot coverage of a bona fid* Idea" discard his !losing heart mon Ensign: lid Mrs. Ronald Prlt-

: Stariotfid'r'firsC; ) : Sunday, new event" Thee two catnrle *. of dummy's dubs. heft with their three daughter l no
a., wit k* Mr. U rVSHantt, mtrtlf .
: The public b Invited. are exempted by th* were weekend guests of Mr. lad Uteri HfaT. Ot!. I, NT flew

{ulNlerllgdlhilariol' i iaction'packed Sunday school WIll bit at 10 equal time law, Six Killers Mrs DavM. MfMorrt PrttTHIID4NNDAL Sell is DI"". lead.

: film!' am. Frederkk la one dissent W. Ford Commlwkwer promlaed EscapeACAPULCO alone bed let .... r/pleu4 whb. 'M'' ...... istidelme /slate. .

: : gala In urge. repeal of the Mace (APolir ttr ton., iSNteeth. .1 1/11111 rife ...., a .
six killers
are hunting
I IUWI : : Start Your Day With equal Mm law la another.. wb escaped front tM prlsnn I II WATER SKI SNOWDON'S (ha.. i*''H4. II' ..a.f .t*.r un... ;,
onvniaskmer Le t/ievlnger
'A rrellna, rear Acspulco, after a ., ..
: "The Unity VI."poW"AS sid the cnmmlsulon was being"Intellectually tint In which a police major) SKI CLUB W. .Iet"tnly, tbi ."*!Ie of 0. .a' will Mess| n4.Us desire.I ..

MUeN ...,I.tI.... reaching) th* dertrton.Th impotent". ta rllledl and a policeman and tw raiftwrmt !. **k- *.! .11 .M. Jwlify peed h .... .

ilJ9Y9'I1Il1IJI pPlgftM ruling however, may hit rlsonera wen w taded.Th LAKE LINDLEY their .Mf.. W. abet di HT 1rJ Net H ,..... err Miy W... .. cademic.. Only lour Johaao riot began Thursday (t BlMlrl. ....... ft P.LS.. |
WJBSMHIC III conference have been when. several convicts attacked Mien. Mil**1)) ... p/ieas.

I !td Nee Swett : broadcast stars h took rflr* and disarmed guard Pain SUNDAY 2 P.M. fc W
: will !. ,Uflftft H .M..I w f* see yw plea. fee .TarflM
plea s.attes Mrit-f) last November-" sine reUfnrcmea quelled the rest
Fort : pate
: M... tit,. Set b1S UI. pintKitfvrrw
: antMtiniiNimiiTitT! tM Democratic party aoml.... lag after aa eicfeaejr of shots boa ** He bry..r. .*.L
.,-.d "I eel him to Augml.However TIle priaonen whwr aeap d ADMISSIONFRS

AU:. rte ...... ., CkrMiaaltr. the. oVrtirton may aervtag" lems for \edam

--'* ieN.. Me. set a precMle' for future prrslde ....... Combo
Norm Wright
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WITH' Florida faalaat ..
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Paving Writ. lox Sos ft.WI.
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TmtD of ruling. muclc Hi.ll., furS AIR HKRVirB! y:: ir drt' .".> W. R. Moulten. MUNICIPAL AIRPORT CALL Woodland BKd" )lr. Bob Davta.VOU I I- -
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WILL CARlO FOR PRJI.IU''O: PHILCO .tiomarin ....h... I .nF
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FINOBN pleaao ralurn ".1.. 2t SckMl -l"'itrctiM TYNER'S HARDWARE EQUIPMENT
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V 11'n Lh".. l 11... l h Av. R8W.UUJ. JI'lt.rtl", nuarantHd or MIN WOMEN WANTED ATiPNfK .
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Help Uood pay Thousands of Joinipn. pIng whool. art of cano *..t
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Lowman's Restaurant Tot T'. Old. Too. Rio.Itorim. Apply attar I p..... at ; no paia P",". hnma. Ill
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MO fond wrvko. .. ....bU,' f.rlllll.a Bui'arv lI.r..trA...., Choata cf "..tI'. BLOCKS
N. Bird Phona 734-1711 I FROM TOWN
& COX 22A fleer C.**ra)| t Ctrimle Tl. Haifa $300: month wlih p.ri.ndlr FINANCE CO., INC. era Warrtroora, "*.k., ..platformrorkara I 1 Brdrnnm IK
ralnaa: Tnnia H.mlnola 15'... 0.... too Moms .....11r.U. china cabmeta and lOll Phona 7<4->1 lAIR
FtlXALUM AWNINOI Blladaaad .U ,.......-r.." II..||... 4 "iinlT Hrallh Drpartmant .... 5. 111,4." 3'bon. 114-SIll nt orhor II.m.. SYLVANIA '

auatom m.". drapaa FLOOR SHOW ford, llorlrtaKXPIMICNCID I : r-.d; Frnm Poal HCONRAb .CONO. I Room Mealy fu,,,.
('OTT AO n Clone to ator.a and
DeLand Paint & Glass DAILY Vtalaon Lall "4 or 134'$1ih.
lie K_Church Phano 714-1411 opnorliinlly for right ....... Bio Yf, Wichlaan Avenue sod WHITE TV
HOME OP AMKRirAV: OLFCAV W. TtTRtTFR AM.FM and 10mw.. {'oiplO .r a. R.onabi.
T flAr. 7TR EAKIFRTHIB MICHANIC ,.....t.". Mont PIKE ALTO LIFBt U ..,.. 1..IItS.pplleta"IP.OT. FM-STtBi-O RADIOS 040 W'. WI""noln."
W A T. US VKRRKU: PAINTS. BOHREN TILE CO. havo own tooln. Rrrommanda. 4 N. BLVD.. PH 7344111HOMFR

JIWELERLU. 121 K. Rich Ara. Fhono 734-12(11( *0)110 raqnlrad. Apply In nrraon t* Brport film BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES 1 BR FIRN HOU B
CHARLEH' P. Wr-OIU Vnlnala. Traolnr in]| N.! Rlvd J. OOFF. AtoM 1_ ... Whlto ... t'AI.L '34- 1"7 ..r
lead & CKktiRtI IniRPHT PAINT DrAI.IR IVIjind. All applIcatIons eo"n.nll.l. > Al.I.IITATfil IN'tlRAVCK' rO'l ,,,,,,,,7700IllltIt: 10' 8 KHCPtDAV:
111 W. Qaonrla Phono 7:4-1417 frelti and Julcitn ". A.tlo Horn. Una, IJ' R.alih
AlI4ST4TII A",.. Plosoc. PI." 141 N. III.'". NICILV furn I BR. Hon... YaM>
PAINTING ... PAPTR HANdlNO a..r. MIdI.. ol..onll. Fl.. 724.040 and (larhaxa ..nIP'. |4K MOo lit
I*, LOG CABIN POPS' EHTIMATFa OOBV sFiBotanical : > DRIVER SALESMAN \>. DrntCATFrt Al kluollar. 714-tllX 714-4711 Orntra. Hwy, 17 V i FI'Fr OH. ROME PFMVFRT: : JAMESF. CLARDY 220 NORTH JIOtn.JlVAIlD:
.hI.. ) alrrt <0 Ill OJl'IIIUIo: : JNI'IITItAI'JIIIII 4 'BIOROOM I Bath Vnfurnlibadhomo
<< lam. to 13 mldnlrtt 1, .. Jltttr -OM br rally MantallT .121 E. RICH
? L. 11cR n... IIf.4.
1110 N. Boulorard rhona 714-1117 tialn JUnut ... .hlo Employment wild ru.iomori on photo. Willft. Bur Cumalla Moaalar BaU4JA 41 |..61. MittrloliALABAMA .... (.r004yoer.I I HO par ,

L'AY.IN.. M IXXltHf ........ i month amplnjrmrntwlih 14 MII1t' "tS.14MOIITftAI'IWII ".nnlh. C.1l RlcC.rrior Rooltp.
C Wb.rsNes. Nuraory aohaol Onao t laro vaokRofaraneaa. bntar (0.enoors d. .... Old C iRt A JtomtiHUFFORO WHITE RIVCM Or...) 13f.UII. .
It7 5. Ohla 714.4MI 2S 1bhp WIII.d-fIII.I. Ronita lod T..r, WrIts Bos 29, .ft Id. Chuek N"LAK-i MONBOl. unfurn I BR.

POOT LONG MOT tMG all _Jl Und Nun__Niws.APPLIANCE ._ POR :. Loa Ul .rC'jId} .. tr.m-05 ill bath Hnma. btautlf.illy land-
IKJ'ORMAT'ON fco t .
ooI'I .. A W ROOTWEtL MIIIIIIY. DAY Jf1I_,,. ..k Da, Halraman, w.lo..;;; 17? I Tarm Horn. MnrtumiM .*. Cola Stamp: Hhop a..apad Will l.ana. AU and ION .o.RI.VD, Child .,. 11* a av talotpm. WAITR101 .r.30 moot w.rk narintvod. pliia rom. FEDERAL Coin aad Btamp lppl.e.' 104 N. Attrxt fur. 2 MR 1'..
|wr ( DBLAND .t ,.... iqahpsst.
I 117 .. Kf. .711-714 or TI4-MM 05.1. hoo..S r.II.17.. f a Volura' A... (\1.111. Pb... 1-iaka Park Prop. PoBaryONE .
Mual bova I r rtn
''. .'. ahlna.. .Hiah.. mlMlon. Baflnra I Loaa. AtwnelaMfinIII .
DINER TELLS ANOTHZH nay .rn. f oarn 771-11tu Ora.. Cloy. "
ITS THB 21'lfll. Castration IT-li. North of On... fliyMIOOLIAORO and viva(hunh Haiti.Affixation 0 Dnlilon WrllaVni N. Pbona TI4 lIt P D -TTUBSTBATTBHTHWArt '". Partly fur"I....". Naxttn

Holiday Steak House wblta. woman ... tMtJmt. SOS Nawa 14 H4k. ABJiBBCH fcABOO HUWBR Baloa Borrtoo Rant phoiatary, Highway. II.
I 0.ilb. I MOWER REPAIRS _Ph"". ,at...".
'04 N. BOULEVARD JLAND: DON CMICtl II.",ln, p.Lndalnr ... In rara for I hll"r.n. Live Stocks K I-. HIM asa N OorflaM
Wont ha rlaan. nasa and drMod. 1 IIR. "URN. KlI'IOPJ
'at Pr.stImIts.. Homo* ohla. Wrlio hot .J. lioLand Him 27 Holy WBBtMBa! If' 'IIMlkXP It low ins ho StilE at Ha PHONE RE 4-4787 !non''... a' 1.1 I. 14111Phn.

I ....ty P.rl.rsIAUTV now. arallabla.rhoo. _. 7I4-4MH. :..." olitlni' >a* and quallluatlmuT .. WMTINdHlXTI ,......4
I I. Tli.Ortnihor ovrr 1$. Good DetttlPItI .. FRIERSON'SON tOWEl MOWER: BALM -;', -
or- Miml 4. I $ 1* oil BBBTICBCITBHafAJI
nor ai car o p *
tll"ulll ?rd07 RIrht* I'bo.. COLON OBUROBH.. 7I4I4M20t Executive Secretary Bpaihottl llouao Ormniacur FINS 0001 snd call 000 sdottIsU OWNER" OoraM B. moroMIM CHAIN SAWSTALTON"S $27. Mo Pbono 120.4:40.
uI.0io& PART TIMK or Full tlmo, mint h.proftclr.nt 4. ALSO ItoaHloa ,AalnaJ RaMiiaCM. N BI S '". untnr. Modo,, Flnrl"a Horns
In ahorih.od and IVBIn I1M W. Mloa. HE 1144.Merchandise '
AIr CeIl4. t HtitlBf nard rofriKarator, HIM, rail I"J..r'" port of '0.... Pksss
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and ibis to "m. II SitwBtlBBi WmttOENFRAT < . -
Swlmmlni Posh 15on4 Hob Aihury ,O.HHtyj.r BtrvlcoHtnro I IBM .. ..... FWoo RB 4 MMSI '34-".'.

.. ..hl.Ii\; 147 rlmplorsI. fl.IAn4.IXPIRIINCIOW.iIr. : .r.oum. 111 W. \.w York .A..... .
Apt da.tat .
: Wr>PBFWnR"iiWANTKD Phono 734iMH.
WALtER POOH IKAPB A1ATNI, roar Btrtwin ParUy furn I
... W.or,4.Apply BY OAtPhona : Vd.r
CHLORINI' M ; ronirn.irt i
and Aeld now In n.AI. In TllF Bin T 4imiRIFINIO MATTAOWASHERS ( sir-m.d.
TIC at rrdiiead ...Ir... WPATTNI1 an".AIR.CONDITIONING nki TRlTCh parann HCOP at botwaan ItWAITRIMi I 41 Artkkt Nr Sato : and OIlIER fl to parrn, UnanL 110 W.
CaU for Im-n.dlata boo dalivary EQPT. d Wliiiiw wl>hoa hooa.. WB SERVICE: .
Phoao 714.0200.COMPL.ItTItt'Oflf.. :. : .! ._._P_ -_-" .eompant.n for (1.011.. WHAT WB IaLLfOLSOM'S: TVLand flOOrs ''nppl
"" DEALER: : Mint b. n.or, 1-ady Malllo Rromu.mli LOVBLV I NIL fin MR, mndarnbuiltin
vW'iCHJlIlfI'A n. man or BUY WITH CASH fOllIes and School BuppllHOffliw
II. Apply I In poraon. Airport Krtaurant .. till MlaMnn noad, Nut Bm) rna1l marhlno ..1.. and "..rylr.I kltrhan' H/W,. flonra. til*
,.fl. rQI'IPMFNT' : "Wm. A4.MullenPLUM101NO : No phoao rail.: ....h. r,la. _ WITH A LOW CORP for II N. Bird Ph... 734IPITrpowrtura bath Araliabia' Art I. ORF.rJORILI'MIIER .
(.t I.T.IOAN'VI' HTCATINrt Beautician ntcd WiLL D0.IRONING i lit now ho... GIFT ... SHALL APPUANCBB aaa Aodiac MaoMaoa ii'oo
DELANO STATE BANK s 81t. )tOM&:, unturn.
PHONE U..311. I.I-I10I Phono 714-JSM Rich' A... Horn. Of 01.14 Coriort 50mb.I Ala HBLJKN n... IH-MK *1. M. S.t ...... RI 4.5414 (lIullt-ln_nrlahhorliood k"rh." N-sr Ph '714-4T8V imboola.No.4 .
-- 'york
--- 101 4. N.w Pho" nf..ut
Co. AIR CONDITIONED ocraanait>
,, : -AUTO AIR CONDTTION1NlJArII.Kar 4S .... "nidll"l1 The
zMPBGR? 3M 50 GlAD p. p.ojp ojaRo. I'LLI II.'.. '."Ir. BpodaUata In offiro .,.pU... porch arbaaa. I rooms lnelu furnlahad,d. On.U child atarand

l'lIJORClII RKAIKR: QAKACn Indiana'Ara. .11"...." (small). $;' month. Ph.
114 B. Alabama. none Uf..ns' So-Del Furniture 101 W t Ptl. 714-tMI' 734 1t411 or 714.I77RBNTALIl <. '

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Btylmakrra Fabric Cantar $ ARRANC.FDKORAN'S and Addlnc Maehla l.h.d and nnfiirnlnh.d homaa.Anartmanta .
ilk 8 Blvd n..." F.vonings: by Appnl"'m.n' Baloo 01 .....Ie. In all prtco ranaaa.
IIIII ONIIJ 141. I. III.... i'knoo n..4o. FOR IALII Nlra I BR, huMttakltch.n

: ..H Air Conditioner II.a.f 54 Fla Room I* Ma 1\1>0 do.ABCt. .

ONI CARPET 6 FVRNITUP CG 1MI N. Bonon ATO. RantalpOfflra
I Jz0MbR: ) Bl.a R..... _| It II ... w. N.. 'toni r_. RI 4.m1 ROSES & ANNUALS and Rrald.nro 734-4.&4

ATTRACTIVE r = oh I DON'T IIl'1lrlltOll a.... Unf",.. 14...... ... 050.24.nry'i .
4z.t" r PREAI TRoj I '\ \ ,, ..4 40.tRait. ... I n.n .,. Bbtts ..tiatro th.70110.. .carp. DAVE BRIDE NURSERY Truck 110'" NiMnway 11

W'PONT0PvEN I ri ?:r.. OB: Xamorator I Dr. 11414 .llmlost4, apid ro.nl1lni Rant ... R VSSObSI PItoM 554-4114 1\011..11. 9llt.ibOl." ,
wE'vlJtT INPWIJ 50CULD SE B04Ne I I P .l.clric 'kinnip % ohorlo" Your
.-,. A L0$73 155510(4 1W1004'L'4 MC1WWY / Porcalala' rrlrtilalr _IH4 At Clark Fnrnltura To. : ".c.
091 A UTILI ItEM CAU.OD 0014? WI IOICWDI PR. I 'I 0KeuRcitsAa..ioD ONI III B. hXjaoo Pkoao. IlII 4MMS4 t UNFURNIIHID t todmna at
Wa.liar Drrar Combination I 44 44ONI USED 1)7 t "h."...n A...- Sin
I CASIV? I'D It POUROI7ID _ I ii fniuuanv wits *0' frifianlra CHICK MAYHIR for t5 4PurnIOor. .. ryKNUHio I h.4rw m tl IUB.
CN4 LMR ml lIAX. '30 INTORTA1M )VU 00794. 11 Rant. A root l Barilla.MAAT Rood. We t.-: good ArtklM w..... BallaXarr IU (".11
in&a. 1* 0 Ut 0*io I\\ OTHER Ranalna Low, kMTmanla .. uod Baddln. LITlnf Room lullao, HOI. )FR JIFALTY
Ouarant..4i.i ..... ..
Taal'd an< Barta.l Prloaa.MATHER. 1ft B I. Phoa n4.U71"OUIII.
Ota. at DUNCAN HVFI IXnlnf Room
..." sot IliAC rinaaoln
...It.. AlSO Marblo Top tablo. Aport...",. Room&. 535OR
Boulevard Appliance Inc.P'rlgl4.irs toll flO.l0150.PRACTICIPIIIII.. JOtnf't."el. 1.1I,.. AIIr.

HOW Plot f PUM-H.UXX Mif, POn Wlnf W H I M.NOTT1M1ovt $ y 504-RtJ5nq 00OR M000DV 11.1.. .6 I.r..... I4| B BL t>at. D.Lsod Phona RH! ,."" (...... Mach, rood.App H...._ IIALE. 1I..n.lIl..
W010IONOII' WHIrl WIIIflW ro o. out A CPoo* 5uT .a OURJOJOISIED 95400 4 G14&4? ILOI,11CIPT 05q I' N. III.'. ...n. n.. "' 4 ranco doaan t matiar L..a Ph. 7It-4111. UI J:. 2'l.w Yorll Ave.

.10094, IC TflIbt VIII *1'GOPt OI4I coljI.D 101(1 101155010- 5)01 PAT ICIWDA tooPsopy ,.ion Flea Market USED FURNITUREBY than II.... 714..7.. hafora ( p...

519117N'&hlt toy CUIB.* ____________,____________ DATI'AAl_ _*_________ 10231' 7110013 Oil ..J5i LboialJboIPGP: 1000J&TVOKL.r Oat r rd aad Orb -Antiques Hl:: :..y 11 "DORA"VIFI Real Estate

0 .itph"r Too. A .... Rentals
-TVra' amr a '1. rltht
5i UlCI 900 ftS A MOOATl CABLaTl'nrlahl Pl.noKvadTha out of Florida Wo had to takohark so Nises

::10; S 4. k.tbor'ur.oIol tl plorra II rooms lull ofturaliiiro
anaVa. I'h.u. U4.21r.l._ lUCkS for the B.laaca .. Nasal. FwnslsbadSLtIPNG
af First Builders
4' II 0 /11 : ; twill Corp.
TRADE $249.50 11001011. rIo.. I. soc IU B FLORIDA AYB
II BUY SELL jrnT PICK rr 0. erntp405 .....1....'.... II. PHONB 7I41IUiailaf
/ ",SCTnIt'1I: TRADING POST 'THE PAYMENT ,T llow'y 1'boosjj'2bd. -- -
0 774-iM* ,.. :_ ST OWNER;
.. H4 BLVD. Phono Gull HOUtB I. Couplr Chi.Kaiotaa. I Sm. .t. ....... ltirS ""h'..
.. Toil WIIOM1 with now, $3.75 WeeklyWI L..v.,lr ......m.. Wa a..... ? pout Poncort. 111,114.
( Improvad .1t. -(4.1 Tahlata.. ...11,.,.". ">..110 Rot ".I':'. _II_tolr>y app t 70.0730.
J v.,.... pbarmary. Inc. '' -
Only a o. _ HINT HOItAWAYS. HM. ROOM with PrI.Kii'd RnUiGi .;
T.0 t W iirPiGMOu$1 w..hbotiVSOhlOC PIT A I. SLIM. R" B Y C'IU.II ,,"...,. Baik. ..u,.. Walker. Aaoooialo4tl .
s.d dl'),",. S polio 1.1,5 aol shire. WHfc.k.1 >'HAIKJ'. MJvfclUlid :: Phono '14."*4lJiri t*'. Pooa_ Pli.?.. 714.r,tt
4 ohm.. ,$tlnn .frspnboo, 110. nOW COMMODE CHAUU. 1 ;:;;;. _.... -
I t'all at WJ X _,... .11.. loon. FUIINIII410 1010 11 : I BM. homo. ... Mtlo hc.i4'
ROBERSON.cLARKFURNITURE .. iv .4400 '3.rt.lOt 1'... Notth Bl l Uoa Apnnn Ooo4
I : .. tboos fMiloc niooo: A M ?>4.:'I4NORWOOD .

SIGNS FOR SALE CO. For tha diarrlmtnat.n .

noao 754.4144 *30 B. BLVD. I 51 ApirtsaiStAlIN Puyar .fkodraoa 1 ....... Ill
otm WAY .y I. B. WILLIA1U ovm kOAiociO none o .vllk MAJOR BOOFU HEAVY CARDBOARD N. 1Tt>ot... A.a.

44 Mnlttll ...rrw-ta to.... tad flow, pit a*. 1 SMALL. CB. I 11...._ furnlatadTkmwo
franco. M..l tor alMlo or *Mpl.low. .. 14.m. Phono HI MM
--- 15c Each
F/1llWlu/ p.- GR1A1 74 0.03* SOTCMI-MTL oo.ow6A0r'4I or
ME 00?1M(RJm.'f WA7CH so4LI or rats, to paroiaaanl taaaata. : laoulro 04 I..ko Oortlo Rood.
GUi 1.0:1 WOo AN IN 501. PR4NSOMI ABOuT to v4 CCUL MI"BIC LOVER'S ''PORKhOWDY'S : 714 M 4
Mia -
HUNTING .... B.1<1. For M.Ph
HOt FOOT A tool ThAT W104 his MAil 1 ( 1I. t Aaartaioat. For Raat. J\..aa 1 MUSIC SHOP BICHOOM" fan .ah. .d apt. 0051St.os FRANK SPARROW

I RUMP WITH WOO' 5(5* 'THOM SOilSkt5AN'la.E3CkIG oosNtiCotlb, ei.osi; ptz. IN For lnapa i .M.. For BaM PaLoad 114 N. Bl.d.. PhMM a...:.. I' end Soo.. t:.... ..I....... .... Bwiato ........ PV 714-1111
PR0LJTWJT04 sRIh4IA1. PIAIR CO.IS pus :0.... 0001.0.iiiiRAt0R..0. I:; w. WSO'SsOO. n, n..I3II.
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I loiITh4 540 OwN NNER 7 'fl.50 ( JT4 ftiII4 TQUlPMIl ... ... dornonetrOto? sits 30,. t ROOM SAIlSttItNl010ED Alvin J. Facchin, Brokerw.
, I-tn I I SAW Ti CM Ttl' ALt. DIGNITY SOt' 'OOLDd StROPS! PopifIt. ion Tb.inpSoS ..,.Ir <'0. U. V.'. .APT. .
OIl hoot.. "It. moo wl.ld5 .... Phi YJ4-4I44 Ml W.'HowryB Farlo BiL 714-1711
111.100.10W I LJS4155 5.4 loSol? 1.0$ PIZZA 0001 00174 005 ruM! I\I.e A.... 100,05.0 .
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0 TAILOP 1.OAOI1G tOoe'co7ER ....._ ... lu'" ..... United Farm Agency
*" .' '". Adttltal till
10w4 PA'I FOR P00W ,* AiJ) anlIo.-5 ''PI (
MAKIM' t104i YSITN 34O .U ... mako 47 lB4Q.w1lilT.awB W. HosT" At.AYYRACYIVB .._ _ NATION old, Ra.1 KMara. All
7N4.flNSlPiG it.Kia all fr f*. 'o a U r typoo. 44* B Bird. IV,. '
LOOJIP'1oki MtSTo* 'ooc.! : t.asc ? irt.,. 41T C.n no"",, tat..,., -fiirMohad offMopcTa -
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PonM ( d ... Ill W. 11\ _... Ctao to
....lAFP.0AFPSARf Deltronics T.V.,.734-8524 ,owS sod *tota.. l......... Call I VLRN d'IR 0y0ft74III .

__ uai. BATHINZTTB BALM BCRT1OB: ALBDELANO'S M'__'If.01.. T"'a.M' n"" I Ra.Maro. POnos 114-0011

'a n''A FROM FIRsT"' P1.00W t room fw*. a...
BATHTUB LARGEST P1.0 ..._aJ. 544
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:- : is a rapid step for'' fast SERVICE CENTER IWO?.B I0SO0NSS'OESI.Bvmmor "rotoo. U4 Koatr lois R. W. PRESCOTT. .

As leow,?, .wa t14.Hd*. LoSes Aar Rout
growing youngsters. MOTOROLA .. -
your little ones outgrow CURTIS MATHES I ..>i4 sal I"TM r\4; P-.toITI _
*4l 7144515PLAIN
(UtIlE IN PIstOl ,n.-
needs remember -
their baby -
that other mothers art WB SEES ICE ALL MALES AUrv hi HOIH111 AdBApartment
P110101 014-MIS f BIDMCpvla "'. Cisow. blowS .....
tooling for good used baby D&HT.V. i_ 0,414.40 Isoolo.s, hiS
t... RENTALS For Rent heI1. n000500 fiSs. .4mo
furniture playpens'and ...... lsr.. sully ---..
Your Zenith Dealer 101 H. Boa.dary f- 5o Isod ,..... i5ISO ....

strollers. Sell your unneeded rrDeBarr LOll 44* ... 4taM fora4a...4 OM, 00.. WlMif..llo ............ IsO
1Ih", ,. I 111' Pow.. SI! lOSHARRY
oItU..x. fhot
Deltona #
A MIUJCJ items for cash .j f.,.4. afi.T 4 M. F. EDWARDS
& $ W Bo. : -
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UT-oowN .'ZM .t1\MUwt!: through a low coat ..-- sa-ou. MIW. t OOOX APT. Ebor00. ....
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ALL 'U ....... I1U7 '.1, Ml ... O..K- '

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Paint & Glass ; 'II Ch.Tr 'lel lit** kal. M7 ... Chmiis"L .

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Out Town Vl.iw(. TV MM kal, III m..

ti II/- '.. Ford SIM b.U IM ma,

JIll '.. Fr. (Ut .... fit *o.

1011 N. PINK:, t Bit, 1 bath, M M.rosrr1147 Pal. MlII ... ,
Between Goo. Mark Elem. ChtTTaMt Ittt 11&" fn
and New Publll Cull 714-IMI Advertised Prices BM
after I p.m. (or .p Olnlm."t. On New Chevrolet, 'I. Olcbmtbll. 7M bay IM Mi*.
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BEST HOME BUYS Oldsmobile Cadillac Trade-Insl! If ".,. W.... f IN .... fSf ...

t BCDROOM ".... bome.NICK 1004< .'II CkTTlt ftl7 .... 111 ... r
000011-, nicely turnl.h.d ApProllIneuly OaWestinghouse U M.rcur751 bet fU .*.
141 arr.s of lend. Uwe.. tohopptng 'M Ford Kit kU. m .., 25..CARS..25
.....0010 .t& Only 90.100. and
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NOME: and Jot. .f Und far 'U CadlDae tin IU m*.

a eri retired Mock. couple.home 1 In bedroom food cendl.tlo. eon.. Maytag Appliances "62 Rambler M CkrrtUr f Ut bat. in n..

... VERT VERY ok>M to ahop.Wn U Rtllmaa f Ul bal, IM km.

..po.coator. cftuixhM.' aa OnlyDELANO CUSTOM MOM SEDAN 'M Fart fill .... ftt HI.. Drastically ReducedTo

REALTY INC. 'If Oldimablla' fill hl. fit MI*.
I IoW Mel th..11.A $1 19 5 'U rnU.. flu .... Ill ...
Rol Loan.EH
Eatato Merba .
N. Blvd. .. FRIERS UN S 101111'Ci ....1 One.w55f Oro '11 .... .... tnt boo. PI ...

No One Wants This One! ant .'M M Mere.Mask W... Sill iil '...1.. II fit* as_... LESS Than $1,000

IT LOOK TOO HO. It U too bit. 60 Corsair .
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Tho llrtnf. room. I. too hi,. tho tm .... ftt ..,
! parlor I. too bl>: Who: Blo a W. IntaB n. Sinki Ivwytlb' | Wt SO 17 Mw. Wf*. tm .... til HI..
parlor anyhow Tho dminir roomIs 4.0001 SID1II M M.M.Wfnt h1.111 ...

Th.too r are blf too and many oo It blf the bodrooini kltchon. 230 North Boul.rtrd Phone RE 4-2771 :\ malls 1111/5.1 k/neml wlta .II..", ,LtrO II..te"5105 lub0 'M C.dUlao fin .... fit ...
111 and too many closets and DURING OUR BIG
cupkoarda, f hip balka. U* ldM.It NATIONAL
'. ea a fTMt big I cnrnr lot $895
1IT m IM with too manr bihado
... It'* .(* bit block WELDING .... BANK
to Uio rmarket. But. frankly
m. Uk* ftll You mlfht: Ilk* U NAtMINf WOMKAlkOflTfO
too who. yea M* all the "..I..." sTEal 3 DAY TRADE-IN SALE
Car* nttlnf for only f I-KM 63 Chevrolet SiPOSSESSIDJ I !
di! | Cad for appolntmo.t GUENTHER'Stan WE WILL BUILD
to .... SEDAN
Louis C. Meyers Realty RON i WOOD Wool

(For tile J>..t la Bitat) UI W. 0n.. Ri wac BUILD OR EUT MN y.. ...1.... A..... UNFOlD ATK.
Ml N. BUa DoLana FHA VA MnemlNlesoleNle,. p.w .. $2 195 1012 1
Offle 7J/:140. Eva, TI4-W1I slsN,., whOsw.lIOno. OrENETENINOJSanrari.
Rdss1 N PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. t tyt, Pews r
, 'Y=OWNER how._, t I, 0 could a I .and.. t back hod- k... i WISHING, 1'1.,... SUIMtNatltntl '6 0 Itelrl.p. A.... T,.... Rm like $6 90

..&ulomatlo10 porcAI.. matly Edro turn.l.he4. 1010 UNCLE TOM ,. buildlnnotner HOME BUILDERS II..*....,.... Ina0s5..s.a 'SW.FDRD.

I7.SM. til N. Clara. cabin, Mini Ocala block. I BtU 734.5654Stetter T
OW I balk .unk.n L.R florid. .
t CDMOOM B..ulll..1_Lab t bath Talmadi onclooHaraii Km, a World' Pair kltckon. .. ...........5j1 .

:floor.'lari* utility room; : 'hardwood central.,.00s. air O.oondltlonlnc a well Madid. kit t oar InV1KO : ELECTRIC WEBIKQ : red FALCON.. .. 2 Dr. 19,000 mSII.AD $
: air conditioning; INI A HAVEN: HOMES I Associates 6 2 ,. Z4 ... is p., 990
, .ad
fore air h.ati built-in kltehan; AND EZPJLIM. :
lot* of nU N. en JD aid of IT. l ri ; IMk 115150155.
dock and boat
.. Builder of Better HomsIII
.. o..tau wit s.a T. O BmUhd l
Truly at 1.00000. .. FLORIDA AVK. i H.M.LIGGETT !
flood financing OARITER NEW HOME i bedroom, modem 714-1141 '
JUALTT.!: 7U.It... wan oven kitchen, extra lure; __ 64 Chevrolet : :

Mobile Home Owners furniture Florida room.- otkor alM utility.. Carport Sam Highway..FrontageS ......... NN5. T IU Alt 4-0001 SEDAN : III PbaN.Nwtb.1/1b9lrll 4124S I : R Q ww4 Dr. w.i.. Ilb MW. $Q Q fl
Rent 134.4354.BLOCK pad wlih
to buy. P' iul psww
III ... ... -optloa "
"' IREKWOOn FOUMT '.....
flood condition corner lot 110' .5..5.9..5555'
uerlo*. ,ewer krke* 3 y UN p/s '/1 An wkitt. 0 U
dnlwn. Lou Tl c 171 HOME .n 17.... Orence al,. Reaeooably radio and neater ant*. U
IndlTldual Sootl.
I Priced. .
JI .tI. l.n, *' $2295
jnll ewf.erthuotfLDsL.d *a U.S. IT. AND ACRE GROVE HARTSOCK REALTY :rlln ar **|ln*. ..*... OUT THEY 60..I

IIAUTirUL' Ocala Block I b.... Ul B Voluofa Oranr ml NMlitsa
ORB J-Df. Vlc..1tcaI.. ...
This Week's Bargains! room. 1 4 bath All lops Phone 71-1111 _Day er 07151$350 O4 Va4 EWrlfrari.rBJCID f-MBBj /, \ |%
IDEAL POE PtfTIRIDl llodo.1 .wal.SEl. furnae. "i-.u 4" 63 Chevrolet ......- : TO SELLS | 1% : ilMdiit 'ss .M>il y**'!* $3 U11
H n. and U /.000* SEDAN
In All
C B rurnlihd I BR. Bunialow. ....port. Located en .
OWNER throw hi towel .. OXYNETS FUtNtTUIE ....
11,100 Mll.ld. with Hi Cotta nice citrus .a" the L\ Iiln 5155 ... lItI. I
ALMOST NEW I Bit, CB. 'wl kFla. tree, to bear, plua' ether re.t of his furniture for quirknt. Lthreuihlut.. HIS pewir-
.tartlnf i 111 W. low YarII Av, :1tTtlAutomotive
Room nlo KM 1+tL, DR. fruit treM. Thla home fe ..pntlaeeand. of hie home located at III BLteerlna, pewer krak.i,
oil naat, lane Btlt with W. pann. Aye t BR, Fla.. room' WBkv meb0lroosmbd.n
Ar.o'.tt. la A-l condition. Just off of rail I n.atar 5u
automatic w ih.r. .* "with Mparal. .lam bit *noutkfor $ ,
Biat HWT. DeLand Ton
.". Inoom*. T* Mttla *a **tat* can be the proud n.w owner of car and work .ho,,, Pflo 1.sy11odrMpi45.O'IF II 995 56 mrJ 4.Dr. H.r...,. UN, AT, $2 79
111.104.I all thle for only lll.MO.M. Term II1100. I1M down 171 "' pay. :
Out .
TO TMANIr-IM almoit nor caa b* arrnniwl mint Include bas and In* ,
will furnlshrd 1 BIU. mod.ribuntalow
outside alt,. O...B woll.Am. UNITED MEL OTT ,1f.IIU. 71101111 60 Dodge
IE.,. I A... Ill.dO TERMS Fonda Kitata tnt Fir..Aute. I... R.., K... II' SEDAN 10 Aittrnktii r Scto

Can k CB* card Bunnlow for boats o.sad hldiway.bunl- 1101 South. Boulou1Piton. MCKIONVILLI I Room air.conditioned Hll '''1.. killed ,... ,
TI4-41 kom partially furn .r a....."|, autemitl $ CASH 57 4$131. 211 4-Dr. a.cyl. P/wst r $
A oT.Hll .eild.; etty _nda.. ,.hn'", floor furnace. Murray Hill tranimliilin.. Vin* 895 ,I a.. 6Udllal 690
ful location T.ri.ty of trull Uraa, BEST BUY HERECONYINIINT action, on bus U... near mhnola Ilea TO *UI THAT NEW' ...., Ilpt.p sir
111000. TERMS.: ....'.tlo" W. *M... sit ehnpplnc ceater. ph. 1I4.1IU. 01\ TIlED (.AR
ANOTH i:. wall >urnl'>kl ...*)** 1 oar,. BR'a redo clnoeta til. OPEN PATLTNIW '59 Chevrolet DELAND STATE BANK
sit,. 111,000. TERMS. bell, 010. Chrome kit. H/W
floor Bl FIs. Km for appt, MInipM llOMB IlL All SlOAN "Hnm Of 0.44 C. t rls" '
Mrs.AlvaC.WiUUms call TMTltl.r : JOSEPH S. PECK C ul. i4 M"1 Mwr $1. Now Trk 77.17$1 5 5 C1IIV. NIR51d L1csDy ewEd Sft. $5 9 0

R551tor Pboe. 7344551OMs BUILDBR and CONTRACTOR! oue* 'W OONVAIN .l Tampcn IA.. ml": w.... kt, .u, ,..trlrw..
and R. fll W. N.wrP Reduced To 7000. PHONB TI4-4I7T ,....."' ;...... ,..t... ... $895 Forfool Mmd, fk.. ,
I .*. CB Noose on Ian. lot at lilt a Dalrentty A**.' Ira nil* Mr**,.New Wolin51.0441; ,

DELANO H011EI TOREEALM!: _.....of N., O.rfl.ld_.. and R.. Kin. LAMS REALTY .. O&.D' lu... N, do. '.
taokyAT* Its Hofrlir and t"l N. BouleT.rd -ooll.nt I1nugb'L Atr ..0d.
t BIDROOM. bath ....... bath tams furnltur Included at thin Phone day flf.lll'l'lite' TI4OUIOENBRAb PA. 1f..U" UMlLII 40r.
and kitchen kullt-ln .tn.O and low prow 5 9 W..... HYL $5 9 01)altl..u.
BantleireAT OOTCTmaCTOR '60 RAMBLER Trau. New JiV.OtfY.
; Valve
Ten. D.Loipioa NICK 1 BR fully ;j4: Non:; ,
*. In food .....tI..". Ill.MM. Susie I Italian Who... lundardIranamlwmn
I BIOROOM. I bath, Jut Ik* McCARRIER REALTY hags C\wuor'O' City fti-atel Rune Terr mod.
look oo4 Inn Pnr toed onundeoonomlcel
niw .11 fins residential itreet.Puoted I .*.. Oarai APT an corner lot
bat and air-wad. Ill E REALTOR 7/1',10'. Larto Oak Reduced ,. UtMporUUen' IkllBELL Sit 10CWV. ? ...,.. nmphhly.
411 W. Pine Phone TII-ITIf I.amNL
Ava _...,.._111.KI 59 Pontiac
iMtcmwry liPOK N1.$1105Tampa re.pon.lbU party MOTOR co. 5 6 1151119114 "P", ....., own $4 9 0
t oek floor
Country ClubTruth A VERY nlo> C.B. I bedroom 1 UtALINA SHAN v I Carapartmsf IRtob
Itieoly' located In M ROOM Hmi*. M lot lATitir M
.._, If bath homo with 'WMtlnnhoua III h. E/eA, PAes.' 111.4111
aear loll 4 Ian Hl-way. Fin for .
bat and .I'.oondltlo".r.I'lnrtel. antique .
DrlT |11 MTHIII pump : NN rota he.t.r,
slwarthmore .
room and "*,_..41 porch lore Reduced toII. 'M VWp sNo1.r llatlon Wat.on.
.. ,,.. Nmsu.Ve..m1N4s. A .
and many othtr nice Cn .T"7. If Mr, .psis. 5044 new.

Land Federal kemee are aTln owned.. 4k by Loa De- II."... Priced to MIL a .... Cl. A/C. HW np.. 5151 but$I..4 wsar Olin. HIM.lit X.ny .. Chynh.taarinr. .lor rtc'i.n..*a.| 21r0. IIN, Ar AI

.Ace Broker, and cooperation are k.ted I.for lasted.sate. 1100. ra N. Uolis.ton: \ 41440G4405i: M .,,1,. 61'NI $990.t f

Good term to Qualified knyera SPACIOUS DUPLEX 60 Buick VOLKSWAOIN505Nesy
model fl .llverr..
LAKI ACCII Mod_ I bad...*. 4 004 I beta, .ria. Rm, paota4den "lerlend any '. Ccrland- .lour HIT N. Rl,.d.H .
..... .
ria.. rm Furnlebed. 11,100. 0000 N.llhkorhaoil CINe t* dlnliw area .It. iullt.In
BOULKVARO bou Renorat'd."MK" Just Outride City Blockronitructlon .,.... -.n. dl.hwa.her. 34,. lumA UOOIIlAIDTOP I// ') 1AN0111w11
i hath ., Stern. K.frlf.r.. Inc Room. Central air and baton ? RATKI aHUC "
DIETZ, Broker 751-111 tore Dra..... Carpet t Alr-O. relent. monthInclude MN ro/11, b .ur' pswop 1I..nU bask 54 Clio, DsVIl.. tics! $490WIN
diilonina- Unite Inclu..... 1 a.. : e'l, & :. Prle p.m.. 1,5111 05.t.r9 I.t.: I' rI.INL
OPEN HOUSE 1 Bedroom ..f.710. MLMnX Wear. UteUoa.UK ss r5. LINCOLN rrmrior. 4. doorhardtop. / K
3 Bedroom 2 Bath HomeAT V. W. GOULD AGENCY TUB 'W000I, rally 500.4. pnwop.Msir Uk n'.. ./JoI4
DRIVE ky 1411 W. Borsbe/ $1395 TlaUN; AUTO (:'. ";. It* N.
UPLER ACRE .f MulttpU UMtw ria. Ae.. Nro0 t Alkou Tk**.
.s a harmlnf f UK. awl em
DAVID A. ROHERT: Knlleer.fhoae Horn with "UI t.l. sues sM tro P....... 114-1111.. '
HtIHTII 201 N. Woodland Blvd. ..... Olaa .11..... door to Po... 58 4..t. ftt WtiM, iiyl $5 9 Of
ROOK CB. NOME "4-111. Roomy Bar-lT-dtio- aad ere. h.e akrlca OK USED CARS 154. ,,.... 6Nrsttwl.X56 .
a".nle GrIlL 411.310.will Chevrolet ".ATI POLLAHI At HOU.CRV
4 BEDROOMS I BATH fII.fiEdna If. 0..1. ,tC..IfNI' DIUKaTlBLB Term 58
14 II IWIMMINO POOL ,.._.,. 1149 MKt OTT. TI4-1W4 114-1 1 M BILL HOLLER MOTOR '

FALL.17...*. OUT Phone SHELTER"..,./" /// rire....... Jaa Keal .... /// 4-0001 SIDANN. SALES 1
OPEN DAILY OTTO .U17W. EujtsiPbns 17 Acnep-l..... ...... .. ,.", ,,. H' I._...... ......* TI41HI1KI MHCUIT M..tdG..... .,. Nett, $47 .

10$ R44r.wood ,...u.. .s..msM. trI"."most 1547 CHIVY S .... Ntarnslstre.smist.s hq P/wt.. iJ
ALt eloee I:. 1:4 W. Unto Tern 11 ACRES sr 'I'rwII ...,. t 405 lesw. laaI.11 ($3 9 5 Nw lip... 9151.
I $1.. Honu._ran tJI*> 171.1111.
Don Cress Z. pnerie. 1I4-4SU Ors la orenre ireT*. "',141"
terrtnt DeLand Unco IIITHLCEE keth deline. Wtehen Klc reel 14._ dote f.-II 1 er tl4-4Ma.;
d.ntlal .... OOOD FTVANCINO.ORCOORT PONTIAS flood For full
w c.<< om.7.ET : LBRla*. .... 114-aw 10 ACRII. Hlfk and dry rut power, ooiiditinlnt./ BucketMate. $ :
or rrun BOHMCAJJU acroa Ri.... In Lake Ce.oty.rMtrtctlona ". Pnc ph. h.- *... CHIYIOUT 110 S-Dr. New sheJob.
tll4JttLM I Is. 11.0. CUat.1t. 110* 54 375j
1 M CMIVV ... .... .
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Nor. )1o sot for 1- .
OAR.TCR .... pant, Nat 1HNL
oeed. k..14l
Malt!,.* ........ War Witt child..". Trn.ferrwl T14-HM. PHUNB 1''4-ll' prlni. and* llJtl. Oeerf !
Clifton Timber Realty FALL SPECIALSNIW FIVE ACRE 01...... Or,,. I. law Cett IJAA.G Fbelclip"we Wood Molar rr-.. )
.... 101
.IIa. eendltNe d'p toll.P'Nre
944 _000.1 DART WT.. ..
$400 DOWN Cokmlal. I BR, I tips ir fame Mrick 114 PrnntHome. .M* II*,M*$11145 wlthe-t iset.0o orau.terroe. -.Q Ilia. '''t:1sIl1r'r;;eenTor pew I ,

tit IN .. DtXTIM nut boos God leraui will ....... trade. Cell swoop tlf...<. @ Retail The U" )I... I.4 >kM. ni-Tt 5 8 1st Art 4r.. V-I, /So AI $69 s
.. Bad.c.B.
rlpt>)> modern t I bedroom x5555.
.... Room ALMOIT Low 114 ACRES
with kome.p m.M bath tarotiik pins.* 11I1....... Good dowa.IIKI PIty .locta .u...*. Only ON Lake.< -. Road la Rerml It T,.......-TNeb .',
Pees HtM |_ down HI M it Area Ckieo>> to DeLacJ Hirt OPEN 'TIL
month Carport and UUHty Dee NEW kedroom frame X...... Idiot Only, II,M* OAPLOAOCNCT. 5:30: P.M. 0 WNIIL DOIVI JS/I PIa1tsA
>till> OTTTTI4-1M4. 7>4-ll4i4 N i'r wide lot Now .....*. IM 11 KORTkt BLVD. Gaeof ...."....., IM.. .A $IfS t
__/// Flr -A t> In*. Roal E. ///, meotbly.COTTINGHAM. Pkon 114-IH. 9155. "t.,," .
dowa Ml 62IONTfACTWlutc.AI ....,..., $99'm"
ICO ACRES 4M4) feet ..
M Weet Mew York A's. ..Irt I
PINS twe kedroom ._ torn with entraneo to .. Joan* Ri..
ronna. nice *ka4y lot "e 441 & It"''. Those T14-IT7 .... eletred will *H Stills I*. BILL HOLLER MOTOR SALES
MIL L t M show T: Bell + Pape Real Estate InMalled In tki. ..... Til pre.
Realty Company REAL ESTATE .MeNMnMCall erty I* the key .. o-koto arna lor ..ATO a'HO Pb.S.1 'ou ".,.. .lcu ..... '
51 5 15.4. 3/.4411 cyC"
w p I :::W t47II for detalki anal ,_'... Temfto toootMM 550 South BouUTErd Phone 734-1304 .... 60 $975
111 X 'sod. ?14.1011 sod WIN eeerinM far I4TIKtere. 4 /.ISISTONNow Tread Tiro*, ",000 ..... Oat twW. tmtr.
E... $500.00 DOWN Frata I* (ht. **. ..
... **M for 50 kick. It* 'MT"n"w.' iuX"ix'irrMiiiH
5 I Iroem .... t BIDMOOM. I ke'kj ud bopserr.s.4 or front fee*. a 0. (.45..1.
Patio WoO Heated.Oalr f Motor. Ldf. tMOnd !
ke>.. ItS katk "!lie 111.77451.D. k ie r5ol. 71 uMOMtirTM .. 71 Fir BBBI if Sd1NIW.R,1w..x05a.dA. Ets1N-AINw1-ipIN
ronN&'BiSiiop EARL LAWRENCE S: SPhh lIe.s5fb. .. S orCEd.r
1.1440. I or ......* ... .. -- -
"""liar ... .ff *.Ailele. Oordee 4jedINCOMI .4. .. 51145651 .::.... ;:4Nnds Nos
n tm BT >l'.t tvtawlPkene WB BUT tOO TTMBCmWB ) flfc r | oar cere kenl won .r
'If an. .:;: {144070-:' TM-TI4I IKLLt ZEAL ESTATE 134.511 sr ?= Bsa 441 has I* ..,.. .|M month. R.,. >4f 5,4 ..0',5,.. NowOwn M.AsI, II torn flwi IWTH : .
*. _. ..... Me L Woodward Jdws L,0. Ph... 714)557. *MySII
Timber &
Clifton Realty .... -
LOUISE CLARKIftealtor AAA n N +ol6ll. T'i i
Realty UKalLTOItV' 1I1 Pf1/117T COM'LITC AIM. >e*
y. lfwr. IT tHI ", 50. Jose you Lad a rut.&M JocaUi
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NfW' HOME owy 051..4 III a.Oremro a-4 a **.*. I* I... Ra DeBaiy Real Estate *

.= ...Ja1.Otte JIOICOMATIO J tadr55s Irwk n LtIINORWOOD mite mro1N.54s'*. IHlie M can......*k*...Mufti., .,.* HARMS CKNTKm owned r.lkr for Ins then

......."" ...-, lie M* wltk. ro term 0 Man wnev mill sgMt3 *' 76 lad Susie11117 :r... T..Iss1 x..a....

fled A-.1r."it00 He 71.4405Rloeos0a : tww.,1 Ir.4.4.145g R, 1>.'- r',.e.fU.<'Vte'''' N/ L .1... 1It-.u._ $1,000, cIea't .k. this BIt s.1eJ!

Just t .*. fram* k* farm.Med. .. bard a
Completed eo. irt..1or PfteI- q1r $4 A.wlpe W.sIsd
fi-ilt...... wr.. kMpV ....... =
71 ...
: fw Iwt 101 .... fi.11
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1 5s S ni-lIU for .*..*<.._ 5057044 0.4I7 PL d6Tt

00111:' n.. I't.' TOVI54 .,,. TU ORACLE COCaTtwtmmtn ,0.; ".. I. .... ", aN. NOUN r- ..'- JO PECK. REALTORamBMT SOLD OUT AGAIN!
: *; Peo4 IA; .. sad FKM-VM MobiL
GRACIOUS Pmrida ki.. s. k* tI" ... 1M 104./1/ MCo w 2115.21 ria PkeM XOO
.... .. 1.ZOf"t" m.i OrmMWjrOMU7U Jl**. N me**, W. (. Ibm5 MWNld'.U.mINw
N 075 t.I44MI. ens.In' An CARLAND
.15-hIIM' y..5 hmo.E ........ "I ;, ... 14r.4so.M l kewoa k"'t*. room.oinMnr ?- EetNai
kotk .ettraro kttOMO !. :.. MARE i't R 91$11CWTow room e4MrM kltrlwo.kaik. t" v, tMl ItmTk* 5004 = .......
For Today! .nd .I-- ,.r.h '. hit mtw >....SaL CotWL 4.51.. 9150.. Pewer
Special ". .'oo-kloe Mel YTMiER ..... .
Nod tM-eeia.
WHtn MOST lU.rt :-*.:: km eey M O a19 ...._ wM .... 111 0. ......... Phs. 734s Nt YOU'1.. Ee BK04 At A WWJRJ .
to traam-er I M7L. 5-3. oWw* Win ..... ,ar .... .* I ..41 FernM4koojoo C0 in n1I .. If***.* 17 ...... .......f.f We
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Hit wtak rm
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:::. IMr ':: "'crfs! arnrn1'"N f::' I'd W I1M, VlfRVVBrVIIUlAAJFLAM. amp .. t. Verr. BernaM Val4ita's Oft UoponJen.. Dealer
fl1rs.hpi.e. .... B*... Pkowe Til-ofet cat tW. 4 Uw 1 M IIt11E .t. atrt. .TO. 0' ALUM. IreIIw Mt% s..1aMa
'r. 101$5,. i.p5u :L. -Q JM-ini M < *ll / Alas It s .....
Ab..m.dtus 1L1ptazn519'wmo.or'L'M I eat a1F. ."...,. 411 ... ........ Florida Loan Co. Inc. 1 111 W, i4.lS .. ..

=:'faI"--&' &: .1'00"..."011& I AL"............ ... M .. *! ion /ALITT FMtaTTWOOOTraiy 1117 M. IW.. mUnd :.
il.(Na ....... .,..-- M. p III fc lJKrTAorWLao4, 5500J7'/5O3. 5 ..M. rJme.Mfmmd. ** **! -
NEW 11 aooM. IMI1. 1.w, I 'apJOMM *' l. Kiaemntoly ..*- la 5 If, oWee pw>*>
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Williams tPY gspw.Ny er 1N.frfa 41JH4rBia W. Y. C'IO' I 1M.0psI
; Jaws 11405.1 Lhb a4.I f. I ., E14-1N1 ) sod 11 t M*>a. PSI ;:::: N/ fltlL ta.Rll1 f"e.

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, Bulldogs Host Heavily-Favored Wildcats In OBCVisitors :

I l pope 12 DEUND fflOUDA) SON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 II rl



r No. 16 % It Fr i i Replacing Pesky I

? y1a ( rj r

The heavily-favored WUdwood iI BULLETIN Herman piloted Minneapolis!

Wildcats bring their undefeated iI BOSTON (AP-Tb Boston to a fifth position .in the 1948

and unscored upon team to Municipal I Red Sox fired Johnny Pesky! American Association: season

Stadium tonight to meet l .r 1 M manager. today and named and Richmond to fourth in the

the DeLand Bulldogs in an 1 It it s ,. third base coach Billy Her Piedmont League .In 1951
Orange Belt Conference man M his successor. Pesky, former Red Sox Infielder .
slated for 8 o'clock. I The new tame In a atale- and veteran of the Jut

went from Mike Higgins, vice pennant winner of 48, ha been
According to a state high MITI president and general manager I Plagued by moral prohlerru.

school football poll the Wildcats ,- '+f' j whom Pesky bad followed He has had to bench both Dick

should roll over the Bulldogs bytome t u field pilot two yean Stuart and 1963 batting cham-
four touchdown .
or about i : ( plan Carl Yastrzenukl for lack
24 The n.HIggtM
points Bulldogs 'are M a ) said Herman bad of hustl.
quick to disagree The 'Cats are been signed to a two'year contract

rated 16th. Salary term mere not
After dropping a 3111 dect-
lIon to Leesburg and then bowing HATTERS OPEN SOCCER SEASON-The 1964. Stetson University soccer season is scheduled to 'open this afternoon at 3:30: on the Reds Edge

to St. Augustine by 26 ( it E. Minnesota Ave; field with the Green and White Hatters:: playing host to Emory University of Atlanta. Coach Wes Berner has high hopes for BOSTON (AP i Johnny o

the season and is looking forward to this non-Florida Intercollegiate Conference opener as a stepping stone to league play which will begin Pesky U asked to step down aa .

The DeLand High School. hortly. The public Is invited to attend this and all games and there la no charge.: Jacksonville: Florida Southern, Rollins and Miami 'will be Boston manager today Billy I
band will have the entire halftime .
show playing here later in the yurt Herman, who has waited 18 Pirates. To .1 I
tonight, George years for the chance win stride ;
Wolf "
bandmaster baa announced
from the thlyd-baae coaching.That's .
because the Wildwood SELECTS BULLDOGS I
what's expected to be
band will not attend the TIGERSTO CEDAR KEY the essence of a new confer

game. core called by the Red Sox. Push Cards I1' I
Wolf nail that the epedal

how, a fun 12 minutes, will PLAY Hoople Goes 'On Limb WILL IIOSTWILDCATS I Herman has been given a two.
be done without Ilghta. It .la : !, year contract, according to a
believed this will be the first. : : source close to the club. The .\' Th. Aaaaalata Praia \

time a complete' halftime CROOMS. laxAMERICAN salary of the man ranked u one Gene Mauch has run out of I

ahew has been done without of the greatest second baseman moves, except downward per-'' I

benefit ef stadium lights Coach Bob Gamble will By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE PIERSON: Still ..mart.In In National League history will haps, but Johnny Kean and I
be hoping to have his Original Man la Motion not be disclosed Dick Staler still have time to

appears the Bulldogs are about Southwestern Maroon TI. I Egad: friends bowing to the early, from a couple of heavy LIAOUIW The Indications are Peaky will\ maneuver their teams into the
season beatings the
ready to bite someone and they gars find the victory traUa.III demands of my many buslnes,* L, Pot 0* be offered a Job in the organization National League pennant
Taylor High Wildcats will
{ don't really mind It being the Interests I've been obliged to N'... Tork 17 SI Ale working on player development Cincinnati's Staler

tonight when they be on the road one again thir.a. ...._ H H .01 tH made a key
visiting Wildcat trek to Sanford to face assign my football forecasting tonight when R.Ittmoro...? AA SI :004 J4 move Thursday night deciding
1 duties this week to ..taffmembl'r. they Detroit ......Is 7J ant 12V, to
The visitors have defeated Grooms Academy.The Boston is finishing In eighth use reserve catcher Jim Cok-
Cedar Key to fare the lx>a Aninlai ....: AA 79 .Ant IrCI.vl.nd '
BrooktvUle) 27.0, In their openIng locals picked up a .. rugged Sharks of that city -... it HI ,m 19Mlnnnota. place In the American League, er instead of regular John Ed.
game and last week took a )pair, of quick victories in The upward surge of the mata Coach Warren Gilbert Boatnn ...:::. 7D A4 II .sas. J'tJ II Its lowest under the ownership wards who hurt his hand the

13-9 decision from Zephyrhills. their first two game but hot in recent week require I has bad his grldder workIng Haahlnrnn":::. M 01 :SM H4 of Thomas A. Yawrkey. The Sox night before

RATED WELL last week were *lde> attend special board meetings hard and la hopefulhis kinann THURIIAY'a City' 17 rUtULTS 111 Ml alb were eighth in 1932. Coker responded with a tingle .

,Coach Byrd Whlgham of WUd tracked by a speedy and FptslaSS of my oil, coal, gas and gum young team will beginto rwitralt 1$. Now fork 1-1 The expected change cornea a double and his first home

wood Is rated a* one of the fin. hard.hltting Monroe High companies hakkatf (Ed. come around with the Boston. 4, Cleveland Mlnnaaota.I 1kaniaa after Boston has landed In the run of the season, sparking the
City I. I (11 InBalnm'ra -
est coaches la the state and Is team from Cocoa. Note: The Major is going to added game experience of second division for the sixth\ Reds to a 5 4 victory over Pitts.
Several buy six pack of bubble gum> 2. W00hlnalns' ( the last two burgh that moved
able to get more out of his injuries were each encounter. rhadulrdi straight season Cincinnati to
(Only ( m a
Your Interests will be
small squad than U believable. suffered by the Maroon well The Sharks have a good TODAY OAMISClavalaad under Pesky.Meanwhile. within one.half game of Keane's

From here h looks as If the Tiger last Saturday night taken! care absence of,from despite the my football enforced ball club and appear to Detroit It at BaitlmmeIN:N,w York, >(X) other managerial first place St. Louis Cardinals,

offensive starters for the visitors and It la doubtful whether Tk Old Soy Qlmself I be the best bet In the Tan... City at Chirac (I .twi- developments were popping who were idle ,
reviewed the
will look something like this: iom of these gtidders will wars.* of have my regular assistants finding Rlverland Confer' Lila night' Anfrla) at MI nn..o5$ rapidly.LEO Coker' second.Inning Ingle

ENDS Billy McCormick, be seeing any action tonight Dr. Cicero Hobotny and Hannibal ewe to slow the defending (Only .."' .. wh.rtulrdiSATURDAY" RELEASEDLeo drove in the Reds' first run

US, and Buddy Lucas, IIS. and In .champion Bronson Eagles Lna Angola' at Mlnnaanta* OAMCS Durocher was released at after 34 scoreless innings. He
Wottaburp concur t
TACKLES Lester Lucas Next Friday night Southwestern Gators LSU; their selections for this week. -If any team Is going to I\a"... City at ChliatoI'rrrolt his own request from his coaching doubled and scored In the 1

178 and Ray Shaw, MS. wtU be hosting a do h. Cleveland at at Bnltlmnra"... TiwkAVuhl duties with the Los Angeles fourth then snapped a 13 deadlock .

GUARDS Buddy BeU, ltd, tf'&l1from Leesburg in end.Dr.. Zlobotny, noted fourth dimensional The home opener for niton at Boaton Dodgers by General Manager with his homer off Steve

and Bonnie Phillips, 173. Municipal Stadium at 8 Contest : scientist, foresees a Taylor win be on Oct. 18. NATIONAL.: Buzzle Bavasl 'so he could BIas. la the sixth. That put

CEXTER Ronnie Perry! I o'clock. Eye 'judo awakening for the Engineer W. L. Pet 01 accept a major league managing Cincinnati ahead to stay
St Louis M .T .>7SCincinnati '
m. ?? Job. The 28}ear-old catcher hasbeen !
of Tech
Georgia as they .. HI M CS tf
QUARTERBACK Damp I play host to underdog Qemson Phlladalplll, ?_.. an 70 .M] t4 Neither Durocher nor Bavasl the property of six major
In Storm Mrs rranclaco ... >1 7A .tan I
Johnson. 1U. Slow revealed what team Durocher league team since he reachedthe
ZIohotny'i calculations point to Tigers : Mllwaukn If 71 Ml .4
HALFBACKS Randy a 2114 victory for the Tigers! Flttahiirch _-.'.".. 7. Tt ,1<>n HVt would pilotBaltimore's majors .In 1958. The Red'
Jones, U*, and Danny Jones, Bowling I L.. Anitlai .... 71 II .4<1 14 Hank Bauer was purchased him from Denver of I
II GAINESVILLE (ATM Not to' be outdone Hannibal "hi.... ........ 14 IS .4 US.FULLBACK I Chances are Increasing hourly Wottahurp, ,the Show Me" man Yankees In ......_. il M .4i)| 17 handed h two-year contract by the Pacific Coast League Aug. )
Joey West, ResultsPILAN8 that Florida end LSU will collide from Missouri who specialized in &.." THURSDAY'S Sort tl aIIULT5 115 li 41 Oriole President Lee MacPhall 23. Before Thursday night, Cok.

US. I in the rain 'Saturday night Midwest pastes, grunts and forto Mllwankaa T. >... Turk In 'who said: "1 think Hank has er had played In nine game t
Randy Jones was the teams P.. franclaoo A. Hnuatnit S done outstanding this and batted .280 with two
I MIXID and Gator boss Ray Graves bias, has pegged what may well Cincinnati I, Plttahurih 4Chlrafn an job runs .
leading scorer last season with ASP Muffliri I Ietuaky. think this will be to the advantage be the year's biggest upset HSR- DouUc Win 4, Lea Ansrla I | year, and he has been given a batted .in.
95 points and he and Danny'Jones run Chianan 11 v/Hitnay. oraoa Only sow.. erOedul.dlTODAY' substantial increase." NO WORD
I. Culllgan WotIe Candltlan.Infj of his quad. nlbal predicts a 10.6 upset Victory OAMII
give the visitor plenty of 1i KlrtJand' i luaar Martial Hurricane Hilda continues torero for Northwestern over 5/ Th* Auaelatad Praia \w Tot at 8L lams IV tPhll.hlphla Bauer laid he's 'Very well There was no immediate wordon

speed. The Bulldogs will have to I.rta Calm and* .film Ooaga I Inn el| satin*aa<.* *Can.aat. In on the Louisiana Coastline neighboring Illinois-bar'nimpb! That little old champagne "' ''"01'''' at( !at....Cincinnati Anrrlra (\(1Chlrain N) satisfied" about getting an estimate whether Coker or Edwards
top these two plus the pausing ,...". packing wind up to 125 In the leading Intersections! tamer" Yogi Berra still Is ) at San Franrlac* (\) $5OO.a.ypar() raise. would be In the lineup tonight
ef Johnson to end Lucas Twenty .l.1s' wain. _.", ."'. hlsh manipulating number today Pltiahuri at Mllwtukaa (I t1l'\
dn.1. "G, htea"tkre4 SOl mile per hour. engagement of the day, my staff' Herman was acquired by when the Reds play their next
.two letters have been won Btdla Clll'.... sea's Mf* alnfla, "Should it rail,' acid Craves memberf were unable to detecta after the New York Yankees' nlShtiSATURDAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh! In 1947 as managerIn tothe-last game oChe\ season

by the Wlldwood tarter 14 US I Rusty franhllit high. thru, as Florida tapered off for LSU shade ot superiority for cither pennant express ran afoul of Ftttatmrrh: Torte at at 8u Mlwatkoo1.w : \ LnulaHmiatoi a trade which lent Bob Elliott against Maucb's,, one-potent

KlrManda' Mh taint lngla, Thursday "then the kicking of Texas or Army. They unanimously the Detroit Tigers. ,, at txi Anialaa (X) among other, to the then Philadelphia Phillies
MAD DOG TJS| high thrititOMa both team should be the big forecast a It-14 standoff( I Barns wh has become accustomed ( htraan tt Ion. r..n.'O' Boston Braves. Although highly The Phillies still art working
(Only lames .h.dlll.dl
It WM announced at Wednesday > FASHION. factor hi this one" -Vmhak! I to the taste of that considered as a budding skipper on a 10'game losing streak and

night's DeLand', Quarterback ValantV Stauntya 1i Crtim Ths comes as, no bad news to) LOCAL PICK I bubbly stuff almost every fall In Herman could bring the conceivably could tumble Into
Putt* 5.sOus' 11 Caro Mm S,
Club meeting that On the local scene things his 17 years as a Yankee, was better la fourth behind San Fraa-
laoRloa 4. Gator fans as Florida currently are 'Canes Work: Pirates home no than a place

each week a member! el the till Huth, high' tehmaytr.thins, 47?. blah. *lnala, boasta one of the nations best looking a, Little brighter at New all ready York for swept his annual two from sip after Pa.trod tie for seventh.He Cisco.Aggies.

DeLand Bulldog team who *>uf a, hlah taam alngl 77t| punters In quarterback' Steve lilt from, title corner has been waiting! for a I
'flays the moat aggressive and Valcanoa, 0150 lopes I1S7. Spurrier Accordcng to NCAA Alter taking solid beating la Wednesday reducing their MIAMI (AP)- First\ contact second crack at a major league'

jtard'nosed game will be boa- alas NIOHTKM i stats Just released Spurrier their first two games, w* are magic, number to two. work for the University of Miami manager's position ever since. LeaveLAS
red.vThls. Hushaa Canalruatlan S, Ll g. looking for the Bulldogs of De- But the Tiger! turned right football quad since the
ranks ninth in the nation withIn
tari Amulna ti *randa* INS.up. around and knocked off the
can be an offensive or .. Land High to put some bite Info Georgia Tech game last Saturday
Curs Cua of 421 he .
Meeln11 1 14105 average everytlme
Bomber 4 2 and Sol
Thursday CRUCES : )
defensive and either Truck 4. their la on tap today and Satur. -
player a .10"'''' Realty et| play and surprise a highly-
lineman or bark. Ma4d.. rlidiatar S. Oakana) M.. drop back to punt. favored WUdwood Wildcat team delaying the clinching NewYork' FOOTBALLRESULTS A traveling squad of 38 players
tart 1| fat kathara 4, Starting "Don't let me wroni." Grave 29th day.However
The player ,will be the 1p80t1aI Mull, Ca. Ol Tam Orr *l|.. 4, Although the 'Cats are picked by pennant Coach Charlie Tate leaves today for Tallahassee, ;
.. was quick to add, "LSU kicking another' If the Yankee
p.w.l till TIM Fla. where the New Mexico
guest at the quarterback Auto t 'i"I.; : is. I 24 points we are looking for the promised it would not be anything I
K.itaurant game Improving ,Just whip Cleveland and Kansas City
State football team meet the '
meeting the following week. ,. 'Dn *. to tree the 'Cats', in a approaching a full scale
... think the! (ricking will be the takes Chicago Yogi can whoopIt 5, Ths A..I..d Praia
Tonight will be the tint Jar ,; high alngla" fit) thriller, 2019 Florida State University\ Semi-
Charll 0... high. Ihra. *. W4.randan : difference both team have to up again. But Berra fcu't, scrimmage. note, Saturday night. .
time this has been .la effect. Mix tars .i*.i* MM slosh through the mud." The Taylor Wildcat will one, depending on the A's. "W, are Just getting well for HIGH SCHOOL and
thru, SOI4. The school's cheerleaders
high again find the going rough to. Central Catholic "f Port Plarc
Coach SAME BACK Two Yankee victories In the the first time this season and.we Si. Flnrida School for B"y. atOhaarhnn 31 booster will the
Tom Hill ,and his 'M'N'i" accompany
as.alstants night as they meet the Sharksin "
CLAtSie' I afford' injuries he .. 7
announced a few changes M ,. 50.0'. S Ca.ln.... In*. Graven said he would'name< Cedar Key. The host have I three-gam set with the Indians cant D." .". *iath Mainland' 1 a, Ian team on the charter Bight
11| T. 0. led Dairy I. D.Ll..4 M.. his starting backfield again will end all the speculation and added. "Even the few we have 0.11(01 making .
and a couple other possible .... .. a tough club and should finish Among Injured players
marUI 0. 1i l.A I. i that( what Yogi Is shooting for had have been crippling. Miami Edison I. Tamp Plant SBra4lwan
offensive lineup for the Bulldog Mnuman 4, Tarn MiUhaN Lux- was lust before kickoft. U sit'i Snuthwe tprn'l Maroon I The runners up aren't droppingby Only halfback Jack Sims of Rtiranrtrtr duty are guard Stan Johnson
bar 0J Tigersreally the themselves Onaa ('1,. 41. Laka CIty (Tti TUrnnk
wayside a
will\ probably be something _like .hn; Thrn. high aingia.. I4i dry. John Fetber la expected to had their problems lastweek Hollywood was not on the field Pada il Miami Central e tailback Qiauney Dennis and
this:. hl".h Ihraa, HIMimimant start at fullback and move Larry with the Monroe evidenced by Baltimore's 20. for Thursdays workout. Sims, port Laudardala' tranahan IS. fullback Joe Johnson. End Lothar : .
high .. l.. High of Thursday *
a ( |la blanking Washington Miami! Carol City
ENDS BUI Bartlett 1M( 104| high. <,,.... VX*. Dopree over to halfback, Wildcats from Cocoa and there which kept the Oriole a senior, la recovering from a Kami gprtnga in. Miami( Baacb.W Goernltx was unable to practice
and Mlk Cooper. JO. replacing! Alan Poe."We've several back Injury suffered in the JV this week and west make
PIN" Milt teaUTCM were Injuries. It looks chance to His alive. So, figure ..t Palm Beach Rees sit IftMntal
TACKLES: Paul Timlin, Tars Na. 4 Taa* N.. had a poor week of like Crooms Academy of Sanford Berra, the best to It Georgia Tech game. Attwka 1ranaaeout the trip to Florida, Coach Warren
US and Dave Hanson, III. MaCarg ail *, Lnk C&l.Oar'... rxnaral 4. ,Mama L'J practice but Thursday the boy will find this l to their.liking It for the Yankee way to win James Nock who sprained an HI.D U Cbeetswh.tcS.e. Woodsoa said

GUARDS Bobby Black, I. T....* Caynlry ..... seemed to show a slight Improvement and take a 28-13 decision.rianva up two. ankle against Tech. and John Dnthan Ala., M r ""'& City hi Th Saturday night game.wlSb

US_. and Norman )Manmur I: .......t Canh. (, Lag Cafe over tile 1st few ..... 0a wit" US '......11 Accrrr' HEIr Mattock, hurt In an otf.r.mpua Walnut e. the first meeting between tilt
Mailaurcnt 1P.aaia Bin
Cantnry a
17*. (...1...... high """ ., days. commented' Caves OILAND 10. WII..... 10Coca. Of count if the Athletic care mishap a week ago, were back Donlfa* 41. (Cottnn4al I two team

CENTER Danny Tucker (Ml IhC., high...time... high.." taan alnglt. shortly before practice eaded. ,..:,.Kt 35.SOUTHWtiI tAvloa 1n "N.tI to cooperate by knocking off In pads 'for the first time since
3$. er Ron Rawllna, IN. *tt| hign thraojMt.TIA Asked tf Florida would break MdahNr/' WSma.t.e TN5 r Chicago' or Detroit happen to their Injuries.

QUARTERBACK bike : .MCM the four'year-old s e e r I a g Air ran IV,It ku, Calara.S .. at. top Baltimore tonight, Yogi will Miami plays California In the MENTrade

Whales, 1M, er Gary Brockarldfe. T.. hew I. T.. IC.",... ti drought Imposed on the Gator Alabama tt, Vn arill SWainingtan gladly' accept the help. Orange Bowl Oct. t.

111.HALFBACILq. T.T..Cm.LTu5MwL. C.."... (. Tea *a**". 1i. by the Bengal bad boys. Grave TCU r. Arhanaaa St. It, Arimn S ( "T.e T\ienw""en't\ : much'hetp ,t

Boh Apgar Oattl ",.".., and LavlM CHa.ran remarked, "Lt'i just say we Ta..* 14 Army 1* (Ha) Thu'Ida01'411 from behind .the Senator for Baltimor.
Me. and Ken GUI, 17S. hl..h ai".IN tIll Mwakart, plan to score more thanone" Auburn 1*, K...,...", ITOraaa la the ninth to pall out the opener la other American League In I
hl h tome. 4t1.Caakiaa tt 14, Baylar.
FULLBACK Mike Murphy ..... Mel Stottle- Dick Radats made his
hian. tsar .1"1. CiMlamia IS, M' *'a 1} against rookie games
171, er. Tommy Lawton, hip. Items 17SS Rut be added with a alight ONC... II,,Caroail Mara" Ta.h 14 nun and. then getting: .!* T8th appearance and chalked up
Caliala M 1t
1M. grin Whether w. do or not U K..... -$0. 14 c.,....* II hitter from rookie Dennis Me- f his ZVh save a* Boston dropped
Murphy baa a bad !lea and Warns Spartans another thing" Ouha !w Tvlan Sae Lain to win.the nightcap. .: Cleveland!' 42, and Ka s.. City Old Shoes

his statue will not be known The lest time Florida scored a,..Camd.e1..... II. MHy Oaartl Cross 1 11? Paw McNany permitted Just got a 12th Inning homer from
until just before the game. against the Tigers was la I960! I M........** 10,. Hauiun 14Narlhwaalar one hit-a seventh-Inning douMe rookie Larry Staht to whip Minnesota .

The probable lineup on defense Bailey TAMPA of till AP University) Coach V Tarn-Can when\ Larry Llhertore wonted i Ctata .*..1O',..IMinala... ( tOnia by Doa Lock 1* blanking I 14. .&#,., of CeaUaea

for the Bulldogs will bet for (T yards on the first play I Named S*. lw SI II
ENDS Beasts Klelndorfcr. pa football team ha warned hi* from ........... ('. M,* IC Is! Time Err Offered In DeLand!
scrimmage won
'' 50.N, C..M"
Marylan St.
US. and''Apgar. Spartan that Memphis'aTI,1'fII that year 1310.Linebacker ,,M''...>.a* .,. IT Navy 11MlaHanael 11 Great new taste: FRIDAY It SATURDAY ONLYI!
-r.\CKLES Hansen and are "going to try to beat as. 1'. Tannataa 1 .
o* aa bad as they can." MiaMuri n. OhlaXama St .|| Your Old Shots Ar Worth Money When
RsHlert.MIDDLE. ...,.
) out for four weeks with a broken Oarna 14. Pur4W U C
GUARD Runty Th* underdog Soartana meet knuckle in his right hand will *>.aiw tlat *, 0.*... IPltttae You Trade Them On A New Pair Of
the Tiger Saturday night at'' $ n. Wd55w a Mary 11 tobacco.t
Golf. US, er Wilbur Duffey, stay" at home this week and Its uCLA"" .0, S5a.Md. ,pip
Tampa Phillip Field. Mem- ...
US. doubtful If Ron Pursed anothertintatrtng Tow ta. T. AlII s "Country Club" Shoes by International
LINEBACKERS: Black phi State 1 II Tampa' second linebacker. win
major toe \in Its efforts to (WrbT largest ghee Maker) '
Manseor.tX upgrade
>BXERBACKS LartoaiM The fnotbaU.Tiger, lost their "Pf'tII'two make a the sprained trip ankle.PurscU 1s nursing 'Garden' Bout : ,.itt,a'filtercigaxette otottilMfr noMz

Cooper. The Gator ptas ra By eat elkr Trti.*fr. n-(Plttkun); Itb
IlA.LnACU-WUl. week *r> to Mississippi. *. *
be twe tonight at T.30; and wm NEW yORK' (AP) Alter Iw wrd.5 Rua te.M 5
ef thaw three Ricky Tar M4-thlr first loss .la II ,am... J'Hlft'CIl living Cia televutaomoaay !
appear la Baton Route )SuIt i Errs Year Shoe Las Ar Worth Monty-
lor. IHi'Bonnie'' 1mI*, 1M before klckntt. They. will leave beocUg win try, to mak \t < I

.r. Bob McGlomphy, 17*. MOW AIM CONDITION!*! for home directly following the It ea Its wra Insight at Midi Bring TmlnlAfl

Duffey recently retained lathe 6 U.Important SEC clash. son Square Canes with a heavy I
Bulldog camp and has shown ---. weight' match between Doug I New Sken *re g.erastdert ly MT 4 J Teen .f

good ,' progress and should be Tables Jaws of Nw York net Ceorg II II I 0Pt'MtetTMsntetlh'specked skit rtpIIlritt II hlatNl

Kble to help the local __ FoollmllorDiesMIAMI Ckavalo of Toronto I '"You get aJritlef. .,...-.. a great t NOW w w R D63. Loa T1GIII
Harry Markme lllaurtll' silk
BEACH (AP-A head director of tb* Garden'! boxing _

1 AJI. T/ IMury) la the third quarter of It.. departmeat. expect to rua ;Aswrical' Wrt-unhrg y pe 1o/IrKce-/ Danny's Shoe Service

Beach Miami ... HaW.. Hatrss-u"Had lf
Miami Spring thaw en *a average of f\ ,.
i fI'1
...ha'. .sri. Junior varsity footbttO game was two weeks during tile wuttr HaJf Fiber Cblerensste5ler SU Nr* Stat Ram ... Men* ItttransrQ)

pt* ...... fatal to U-yeareU Mark Lanoael ** aoa. Re hopefully looks fee r
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