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Serving County'

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Vol. 50 No. 226 Sunday, October 4,1964'\ DeUnd, Florida 32720 ,.. 'es/sea Sunday iSo

I Editor, Sua New >i"rt '
I It Is apparent, from remark
made recently by one member
ef the Volusia County school New Orleans

.. board, that a critical look should
be taken of at least one area of
I \; the State Board of Education.
Richard Pearce a member of
} the Stetson University faculty
in addition to his school board Prepares ForHilda's
I post at a recent meeting label.
ed all of today school construction
I. .. 'crisis conduction" because
of the interminable delays
i II I between detection of need and

occupancy of buildings. Blow
;, He noted that because the
i State Board ot Education must

tint survey needs, approve plans
and project j growth It is impossible
for local official to expedite 'Cane-Born Tornado Kills 20

a building program And
noting that a portion ot capital 'II
In Southern Louisiana Town
outlay money comes from the i .,
state, he said It would be impossible -- .

needed building to locally, finance the NEW ORLEANS, La, (AP) New Orleans, demolishing uI I EWES C. DAM* E. A. DAMS KATkOEEN COlXD I.. 4 JA00Mf I GE6BRR WOUELO5ML \
\ Hurricane old shingle house. ,
Because ot a reticence on the Mighty Hilda
part of tate ,,. oft a tornado that killed 20 The giant storm, with shriek
planner to f 'r"- persons a* it touched land, log winds twirling\ out of its Authority Race
"1"": .... churned on through deserted center, moved relentlesaly toward fI
project growh I
.11.. marshlands Saturday toward a this sprawling city la a I
schools will be -'"
built in 136T ''tV" nervous New Orleans. I crescent curve of the Mississippi I % + i I
that are need. This sprawling, below-nea- River. More than a million a I
ed no" He ''t level carnival city of 700,000 people live IlL New Orleans and ...: :
laid It would persons boarded and shored up its suburb. Candidates! f\ J
be September, ., from Bourbon Street to Mississippi I BELOW SEA LEVEL Offer ,
1961, /before anew 1 River levee to protect Moat of the city is below sea M' '
Ieheel I J. lives and property from Hilda' 1 level between \the twisting
could be occu c 120 miles per hour winds and Mississippi River and Lake (* .

pled even It It 1I'DTEBVEL't rising .tide*. Pontchartraln. New Orleans f .
;Ngvere .already< :I KILLED I I'f'lldentJ. who !began girding for
approved by the state. Hilda even before the giant \
A vicious tornado out of
spun Views
He noted that DeLand's new storm turned away from storm- Campaign ;
Hilda, striking LaRnse, La.
hih building was approved Officials said at least 20 conscious southwest Ixmlslana
.) for construction In October, pernona feared flooding more than Hilda's
: 1937! but that It was January .were killed In the baynu town of fierce winds. ........ ,
5,000 l located In
163, before classes: were held Cajun county At noon a levee along one of
In 50 mile southwest of New Or. the city's many canal broke West Volusla' U.397r Democrats Seeking the port a* they sp- carry forward hit cod of( ethics i.w t

high school Is an excellent leans spewing water ever a residential will find a choice of seven pear oa the ballot are Elmer: and dedication to the hospital
I example of short-sightedBess Other tornadoes skipped area. candidate en the special prl C Dana Eugene A. Davis Kathleen "Knowing how Important the f
on the part ot planners coupled across the area bringing leuer The center of the hurricane mary ballot Tuesday to nominatea I Gould 1.. U (Line) Jacob, hospital and its operation wa L.
with) the lack of,adequate damage. One twister .touched hovered offshore in the Cult of candidate for the vacant Wet George Mlchaeloe Walter Nordmana -'' to Drew Harris, I will pledge
buildings funds. down momentary: in the historic Mexico midafternooa as bur\ Voluala Hospital Authority Commission and Dr H. R Wllber, fOMMlMe .. ***.. T'we'M:1UDIAN' WALTER NOtDMANN I L I. WTLBEB .
When designed In 19S7 the Trench quarter section of (OktltiM em .... Twit poet. jfAlcazaba U one candidate daM not receive -
building was planned to house a majority) of the'OIH ;
the !900.950! students expected to tut the runoff primary will be In MississippiFBI \ \ ,\
reach school! In the 80 Dead
high age .. .; Passengers .1" U.4Tk .. 1
next five The building did
years. : vicaney wrens etuoei fey w "
"" e. i .
]uat that. Sine It 'tonic: : more .j r W,. the death ef Drew Karri !Be- "I/\/ .. h (
than five rear U complete con- >'!II. : ij "'"' '"wy!! *'W .i. .'4 '*''' t...* pan'u.* qaaffileOaa a a ,
traction, the approximately toO Democrat and there wu no Republican
student were wilting at the Downed Liner FoundIn opposition the special \ Arrests LawmenOn \
doors when the building finally ejection to a Democratic pro
opened In 1963.! mary.
FCN0 MORTAGE! The West Volusla Hospital Au
True a shortage of funds! thority1\ District encompaasee 23
forced some cutback in building Wet Volusla precincts A com- Violations 1 1Unit
size but it wu not really appreciable. Mountains Rights

has. now The surpassed school's enrollment 1,000. Spain flam,.. Ballot 0* gage tl

and It's still growing. plebe hat of the precincts and I

Last year, during the visit ota their polling place will be IntorMITow' : Mis*. '(AP and law of the United The grand Jury was eaQedt ta
state survey team,. H waarecommended TREVEXEZ: : Spain UP seeing burning part falling Peak was not known.All I DeLand SUit New. The FBI. armed with civil Bute" probe among ether matter, tile

be that added additional at the The wreckage of a French airliner I from the sky Friday the day aboard were reported to be the All the candidate the were Sun New given right warrants, arrested five The Indictment were. \Issued cane of three dvfl rlghte work*'
classrooms opportunity
French or Maurttanlan The Neshnha County men Saturday, Friday by a federal grand Jury ers whose house were 'lID<
wan found Saturday highon the plane vanished on a flight Volusltni '
increase West
school to meet the student to make statement so -
plane' ultimate destination wan Including: Sheriff Lawrence which held two week. of secret earthed from a dam Bear FhUaoMphla. >
an Increase foretoldby a peak m southern Spain, the from Paris to Africa\ the Civil could consider their bid. c
Nouakchott Mauritania Ralney and his Deputy Cecil sessions in niloxi MlM., bearIng .
I bodies of the 10 aboard Guard said.Whether 4"
the large ninth grade class at person for the office. The authority
OFT C011UBA Price, on charge of violating about 123: wttn....*. The materiat wan submittedby
DeLand Junior High School and scattered over the teadreamof thl* meant the plane commttslooer poet I* a sos paying .
the Valley of Hell Ovll Civil Guard statement\ said the right of Negro.. The 23 member grand 'Jury Justice Departmmt lawyers I
the addition of a new community: exploded In air or the villager "'+ the only reward tIf'InrIt'l'vlQI
Deltona. Guard repotted. had seen debris falling\ from the the plane appeared to be off to the community, Thereto I AQ were released oa tl.OOO wee not dismissed Judge Sidney from Whingtoa after one at
alter Palmade after MlM. ordered\ It dIn the mot Intensive InvflU ,.
course inavot.L bond on each count about ivconven ; ,
went for Some villager reported of Impact 11M3.foot account
point : on not
recommendation << even aa
The expense
Mallorca for Tangier its three hour la cuatody J Jackson MUM, Oct. 21. He tines la FBI history, Presided
naught In its report expansion on findings of next top. The weather la the allocated* ] tot the board member Rummy 11. and Price, 34, swore" all members to strict Johnson' look a personal Interest,
la Volusia County
area was reported good. saTay. la (he Philadelphia lousy
the courthouse
were :
not Following candidates'statemmw
DeLand High School was tOn are the
uier r.
-It could be that the plane PMlad.tphla.
school has \ In about 40 la Meridian a crowd of sever,
mentioned. The now !
students than called for had developed trouble and with mile from here by FBI agent, Tlmra Backs Barry aI hundred pmons mainly teen
more and, based Its radio equipment out of order Elmer C. Dann They were brought here In sepa ag o. gatJwred outside tile
\ design
In.the original views It wouldbe The Inside. was trying to find any airport rata care for a hearing before LOS ANCCLES (API The t'IIW' clap and cheer the
upon two Pearce's to three yean before additional for aa emergency landing the Elmer C. Dann 4), DeLand the U J. enmmlMlnner.OTHKM Lo Angeles Time Saturday u. planners brought" In by the FBI.Ralney .
Civil Guard report said.
: classrooms could' be ale* representative) SEIZED Bounced Its endorsement of and 1 Price wove their.
even If they were started The unrest airport would be "As a long time personal Other seUed by the Pail were usual brow. uniform They left
tomorrow. Things may gH a FACE >-Rotary panel airs S. Viet Nam Granada about 25 air mile friend of Drew Harris, whose former Sheriff Ethel Glenn" Barry Goldwater lor the peardenry their pistol at the Philadelphia!
bit tight at DHS la the year northwest of the scene of the death caused this vacancy on the Barnett 42, and two Philadelphia office, They were smiling butnoftcommittaf. )
to wee COVM issue; "Courthouse Comment. crash oa the Sierra Nevsda board 1 would like to serve to city policemen, Richard The TimM I Ii the Wears .leading .

From this experience and frontPearce's PAGE 0-Sun New president propones rational Peak. Andrew Wills 40, and. Neal newspaper' In circulation. It netf arrest hi J"b.I1a&ttphla'wu (
comments we believe "The plane .U completelyoVetreyed Otha Burke. Tl. describes itself at independent wtmeeMd\ by bout M rest
the State Board ot Education dividend plan. and Its thousand of *. The men were accused of Republican. It baa never endorsed dents who were, at tin ourt,
fragment scattered all over aaarea" a Democrat for the Muse mere to auto bonsai j
should! take steps to trim some subjecting a Negro Sam H. pm. buy
PAGE U Local: man's whipa crack ever of more man (00 yards Idmry, which went sale Oct. t I
d tie red tape Involved la school aid the report front two Civil : Bed Germany, to "deprivation of tags oa
construction planning and topurchase Florida. Guard who\ were first to react right\ by arresting Incarcerating ta.aette.satlt
more powerful binocular \ the ". '' and detaining" and "ttrik-
scene. *
for member of Ill growthprejedi PAGE 14-"City Hall Chatter. The bodies, horribly mutlM- Good lag, beating and whipping him." --
t teams ed or burned, were far beyondreeognitioe. They also were accused A! Tinge To Put Those
e e e PAGE 17-Plenon Lions set for annual rodeo. Smoke wu still ;* Citizen forcing Germany admission to make *and elf _
FicayuntthPublicspirited coming from the wreckage,
one said. twit****!* with the Intent ef Summer Clothes To Rest
PAGE.18 VohaU art exhibit slated
citizens\ those County ; The plane a prnMieddtien' depriving him of" his right.
with a real. desire to upgrade all news of Deltona. DC of the Union de Transport Vote B10HTI DETRTVCD ly Harry MlftkeK
of Aerlen U.T.A. into the The arcWJon said four other
facets: of community art ,' plowed
aa asset to any dty. Were rare PAGE 21-Chestnut grove located in DeLand; peak at a spot where the Valley MlMlsstppt Negroea were deprived I

that no city eat claim enough sample ballot for Tuesday's pri of Hell stream begins. The site of their right by tha Good 1IIOnIIII,. everybody U'. time 'for aaottker **. of
of this type" resident to difficult to reach although ;Tuesday tame men. our little mformst caata via the ..
aua "" ,..1 heresy taken the
But sometime apparently mary. only U mile nortk of Trevrlz A second Indictment\ charge* ,
even the moat publlc-spo-ited\ get Moat peseeeger were adult price tad RaINY alt s sublet. opportunity la talk la yea since ear tittle get-together teal
a bit plcayoblsa.: We beueve suck but there appeared to be mmeenudrea Ing Kirk KuiMra oi. a PhUadeU spring ever Die summer storage ., your eats aad fora.
was the ease: recently In DvLand among them the Ortt plus Negro, to "deprivation of I

when a question was raised ever Guard MId. __ right secured by the Conetlta Wow rt time to talk sbout Ike way beaks gulag to pat
the ctty1 contribution to the u moss etunmer ctoutee up for the wlnur. Keen people don't

chamber Under of the commerce.charter. Die city Changes Needed In DeLand Charter even .... to think 3isi cult *. wear elothlng really aeeerrsa I

can allocate to the chamber the the ttofouau cleaning\ that only ......* Dry arum, eaa
amount of fund reatbed by the give, especially before tNryre Merest 'aw y for the wtoUr. I hAt

city through one mID d taxation. aumiMr long yen have h4 dirt. punts sad perspiration '

Currently tnla to about building ftp la your' aummer+ cloths and, M nutter how hard

JU.OOO. The charter say ills Police Handcuffed By Archaic Laws you weak them there will Ve a certaia amount let to. Th ra
chamber to
"Is_M bed wAjenl* by Lu4. where our ......... Dry Cleaning-' atop In sad. gla the dint j

eftlzn questioned evt that washer. tnisa.T .

whether the chamber...spend-

tag this money aa specified lathe By. 'IBl'UD Allor Everything was !a ree ***a. Bam Baqghter had to save. charge. She faded to appear' sad the e a&acat 4 Inttery Mere turnout clothe aesywgil say dart and mourture.auOdiac ';
charter.Til Seal Jtewe tteff Wrt*. But brlore police. could art.a city.police oa the raid 't\ however at a acheduM ....r. nisi went late V"4ula Couaty powaual *ttH Inched Ia them through improper aleaa
*. to a*. II digging! \ ranted tamer Police detacOve watched the search warrant had to be obtaiMd. > papacy \ lag ta PeeJaedre Cmirt A fine ad tortetrure fund. .tog. anrtte midst tad fuiifua. If',... "aOy tans to atop .tawcfeaa.

deep tor aa km Out to the houM Ia DeUnd-i sash sea ... at Oil palat, the The raid produced evk rwto espies wan lieuH ordertag Tine CO One M the eapiaa paid fI'.HprtJIa.1eCM neat Feet., way JOt come ky our
the city to deign payment this for weeks. They were even aae. 1uaII1 wa Sakes out bring chargee lor P at tot North
pima loulevwd ttua
chamber\ ; the ttty attorney to talk the dwvfllag was a center el police hand marked lottery Brk. and IXTDUTC fEtE and the ......I '* **.. week aa4 tot M tins your
carry per legal opinion and for Jotury aedvttle!' sad that DrtAar. ....Iflpd HkMW* mootshiae. whisky Polite ea- Utimately. the AXmdant Tke city dfafcVt recover any clothea the care they 4ntn, Tb.a. theyll ke returned to JIll
the chamber te take *tep* to ret- real tar weeka *f toveMigitto ...... flab and. ready for to ... si
probably,meansnlae we* bettgeoM >tiH_Ns (M>Miie> III a win ftocaMd S3 one-dollar Mil eav wan heed" SM M the *pu ef the r eta .t. Remember
ate the argument Wt by. kt eeeupeaC nasal .y the rily*. to.a... educed t. be proceed bile both SM .knee were eetmifd *) and pike activity Mitchell Ctoaataf sad twrtaiv fog Herth Bc ItYude *TTerrlag .>_
The cttuen apparently A raid wa tcbeduled. Tn Tae warrant wa .kmwd by tottery eel**. aid the SU wa manieated by CMicenueg the loser raahioaa I* Out usiaeea..'* IV\! J
pane! of the city mnsey to boat 'dK.etlts and ewe patntme the fern dutrlct Peace Jea- Tke occupant of the He** the Peece JoMin Court Te tey police at la aa,eld ,
.sod j to pay 4 chamber_ Lie salaries tea were aaalgaed\ IIIlie\ fob. ace Court and Ceaautte Wtt- posted twe S>> boad *a OM! The. estreated toad money tcmuav.4 w >sae 'Tv*.

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/ SUNDAY, OCTOta 4. If M
.. tape J fttUWfflOCT/UtUMIgWS(

Regents, Chancellor Plan Eyed \.


Boost For State College System DeLand EventsIn Congress Ends Session. ;i

Seen In Control BoardDivision THE VOLUSIA BETDtED Members Set Campaigns


Monday at the Tourist Clubhouse

In DeLand. AD members are W ) and give lilm the basic foundation

TAMPA APA Legislative commercial statutes board discussion said He said the uked to bring a covered dish imopetien congressdIspaed on which he Is waging his
which were of regents Intent o( the bin Dr. J Broward Culpepper, executive oolUlcaHy)
subcommittee bu agreed that enacted more than 50 years ago there have been Indications that under study was to remove the director of the board of and table 'service fir dinner' at of some odds and ends campaign for election in his own

division ot the State Board of and have grown obsolete. Some the Board of Control spends too regents from managing .lay-to I control wu directed to draft a 12.30: p.m. Saturday, then closed shop and name.

Control's policy-making 'and'admfhlstratlve 29 states nave adopted the code. much time being "avalanchedwith day operation*, -anfl delegate administrative f set of revisions to the proposedlaw bustled off to the hustings three Perhaps landmark paradoxically accomplishments the.

functions would be Rep. Phil Ashler of EacamblaCounty minutia" on administrative functions to the university outlining and defining the Views Given when Us lengthy JeiW.tlverecord ot the 88th a
in campaign sweeping
a boon to the state college: and who presided over the matters. presidents. chancellor system. will loom large civil rights bill, a nuclear test-
university yttem. oratory.
came In the ban treaty and an $11.6.bIUloa
But the higher education Adjournment
also agreed at subcommittee a f RUSSIANS FACE DEPORTATIONEspionage '- t'. ''Sftlli-- __.11'' By Candidates Senate at 1-41: p.m., and in the. tax cut are not likely to figure .
Both adJourned u key Interparty Issues In a
that : ; House at 314: pm.
meeting: Friday fUrther
A until JanWch majority of states and districts
clarification U needed In word.Ing .- \t.\ : ... I"lif'T' I Congress hal This is because all of these
: 88th
of a bin that would define ) .. means
ot Trial l Halted .. ... 'i!.,;. Front Page 1 completed its record unless it history-making steps were
the powers a propoaed board .f
t ..f is recalled in special session by made powilble by broadly based
of :teientl and chancellor.
: Johnson.As bipartisan support for what the
Florida voter will ballot la '.It, {-f \ President
the same concern for the public the windup came the President President uked. (
November oa the proposal to replace welfare be did." ) wu urged to do Just that OTHER PROGRAMS
the ute Board of Control To Protect U.S. SecretsNEW 'FltlnJ tlo' bl.ll u Sen. Jennings Randolph, D-W. But the Republicans will find

with a board of regents, and .. .. .. I E. A. Davis Vs., sent Johnson a telegram pbnty of lesser enactments _
hlrt a chancellor ,who would be sitting to the antipoverty program and

tile chief admlnlitratlvt officer ,\. ; _:. .... ,-1"(1 E. A. Davit %?. DeBary Inlurance deal urging with a postelection a massive revival other spending measures, for*

of the college and unlvenlty ., .. ... '.' .. and example at which to shoot
YORK ,.. '- agent: program for Appalachiawith
(AP-Thi Justin been completed" UJS. Atty. John .. \ "
fr- :: < "I will strive to Increase the health care for the aged Other prime COP targets win
system.OTHEB BZVORTSOther of Department national security"sue"in the Interest p opening, Rosy statement.was about to make his 1'. :\.. ..:\ ',,,.. :.< ':' efficiency of the hospital whileat two major administrationprojects involve matters on which Con

Interim committees allo Ai. ;. 1 4. '. I the same time searching for left stranded by gress didn't legislate at allthe _.
abruptly ended the spy trial of Instead acting on telephoned '' v.' p. .
met f- 1, ways to reduce the costs per patient Bobby G. Baker and Blllle
a mysterious :Russian couple, Instructions from Washington, L sdournmentNO
Sol Hates .
Another higher education presumably to protect U.1. bay asked that the indictment ; ,,"1.., day. This Is not meant asa HINT cues.Some f
subcommittee beard the state 40 criticism of the present administration Then wu no hint from the of the unfinished business .
counterspy secrets. against Alexandra Sokolov, ,
university presidents turn but with hospital White House whether the President also will be at the ton In
The dramatic ,
developmentcame and his 34-year-old wife, be By BERNARD BISHOP endearing term "carpetbag .
thumbs down on a proposed bill Friday in the filth day ot dismissed. The courtroom wu costs rising ways must be found Is considering such a step. vote seeking drives. A prime
San News Associate Editor:
that would authorize the state the trial la US. District Court stunned News Item ger" Is wrongly applied to to keep the expenses down so Johnson's readings of the election example Is health can for the
: "Robert etcNamars'e
contract. with private collegesto In Brooklyn The Jury bad Just FACE DEPORTATION (Defense Bobby Kennedy in his questfor patients can pay their bins. results could determine his elderly

educate upperdau itudenU. Sokolov and his wife !had time McNamara) cost.cutters Secretary election u U.S. senator "Although Harry Dudley Is administrator course on these matters, at The Senate approved a program \
:-The Rouse Water Resource for and arqunhappy of the hospital and la least one of which health care to provide this for over
only a quick embrace a York.
from New
with his new Inspector 65s under
Committee reviewed of Its physical operations under Social Security seems the Social Security
antipollution Archaic charge
an Laws kiss. As they left the courtroom The description tl"c.hpetbuer"
bin designed to prevent Immigration officials seized general, Assistant Defense proper it is the duty of the commissioners certain to be a top campaign system. But it did so by attach.log .
Secretary Soils Horwitz. Reason as any good
saltwater Intrusion of freshwater them. They now face deportation to recommend new programs jssue in many district it. M an amendment to a
: Horwitz insisted on installing Boston rug salesman can tell House passed bin
systems, pollution of do- proceedings. for the benefit of West Voluslans V Regardless of Issues, the adjournment raising Social
Block Police a private bath next to Security
you. only a month from retirement payments
meant water supplies through Sources in Washington said using the hospital.
his office, plus a complete refurbishing by $5 to $1 a month.In .
"This Is important Job because ballot day means that membersot
the use of bard detergent, and the dismissal !bad no connectionwith an
he didn't like Its Nuclear notion: There's .
( the Senate House ..
a lax board may spend the 88th who want tor comeback confer
the dumping into of untreated sewage foreign diplomatic relations. pressure or brown decor). Cost: Some much argument in the presidential many thousands of dollars need with the S9th ai nearlyall cues, the House conferees re
1trt1UNl.1'11. .
Fisheries and Natural FrontPage 1 Although the Justice Depart. 20000." campaign over who lessly. This is not an accusationthat of them do must do a fast fused to accept this rider, the
This, apparently Is a clear should have final say about Senate conferees
Resources committee heard ment bad no comment on the this Is now being done for Job of pointing with pride and refused to
a' case of switching expenditures the use of nuclear weapons drop it and the
development It wu felt In high the present board hu been workIng viewing with alarm. AH House resulting stalemate
plea from ot the director Randolph and somewhat demoralizingstory. government circles that had the less for defense and more military commanders or the diligently. If I am elected, i seats and a third t8J'l0.. la theSenate killed the bill.
Hodges State Department
for relief. President
Archaic ordinances and trial continued future counterespionage i' I will do my best to serve the an to be
of Conservation for funds
to It It's an the same with
unexplainable provisions In the PRINCIPAL ACTIONS
activities of the VS. public food.
purchase 390,000 acres for water charter hamstringing them lathe government would be hindered. Credit'for Coldwster: There everybody concerned. I'd Justas Principal lut-day actions Vote OkayedFor

storage lands. It also received performance of their duty. Sources Said that continuation must be something good about soon they invest that mammoth Kathleen Could clesrtng the way for adjournment .

a proposal that Florida I PROBLEM awx of the trial carried the risk of anyone whom Drew Pearson decision that last wereAcceptance:

waterways be designated primary Crux of the problem Is the provision Involving additional witnesses suggests.Ii an.bad.. desperate decision with Kathleen Gould, SO, DeLand by both chambers Florida .
and secondary as a method prohibiting Issuance of whose appearances hadn't been 4 some nice little old mother of realtor and owner of her own Insurance of a til.billion supplemental

ot setting up a priority system search warrants by City Judge planned In advance by the government. Blooper on Bobbyl The non- nine in Dubuque. business! appropriations bill providing

foe the construction of needed Harvey Jsrnlgsn. The city court "I have been active In civic: operating funds for several Servicemen If'

bridges.COMMERCIAL bu all other powers necessary to SOMEONEGOOFED club and church work for 23 agencies, including $800 millionfor

: CODE process misdemeanor cases and One knowledgeable government LBJ Calls yean and have been Identifiedwith the new one to administerthe

-The Commercial Code Com to penalize offenders. But with. source, when asked if STATE RATES numerous! public! health and new antipoverty program TALLAHASSEE (APServ) -

mlttee studied a proposal that out a search warrant police are someone had ",oofecS." conceded welfan project I have taken Passage of a compromisebill Icemen whose original homes

Florida adopt the "uniform stymied la many e..... I "you that." HIGH INGROWTH an active role In helping the raising veterans' pensions were another state and whose,

commercial coda" to replace In most Florida cities of sizes Federal Judge John F Cooling Goldwater'Imprudent' I physically handicapped in Volusla and reopening the federally current addresses an on mill.

and the court.appointed and in seeking subsidized national veterans
comparable to DeLand courts tary reservations, were on the,
attorney for the defendants voter for the establishment Insurance program fur a limped
have full Jurisdiction and pow. .support voter registration boob today
The Editor'sj number of former servicemen.The .
praised the government's decision of the West Volusla Hospital
en to process misdemeanor MIAMI (AP) Florida u voting residents of Florida
SSth In tension
... Indeed to drop Its case District. I have worked asa was more
t. la most cities, for the tint time la
ranks third the more thana
among than 11 In 1963 and
On dismissing the Indictment volunteer in the hospital sinceit nearly
Board police are empowered to completely decsds.
fastest states lathe
growing 10 month this
Clip Judge DooHng noted the constitutional opened In March 1962. year
investigate felony cases.
It all .
came about after
I union, according to the Despite heavy Democratic a couple
requirement that a 1 whole.earted attention
The evidence collect ultimately pledge my
1s to state defendant be confronted by WASHINGTON: (AP) -.Presl U. S. Department of Com to the needs and conditions majorities about :1.1 In the of sailors and their families
tumid over. 1esry1Gotdwster merci Senate and 3.2 in the House It were denied the right to register'u '
dent -
those Johnson called Sen.
leveling charges against *
authorities for of of the people in all the West
Froln Pdg J felons prosecution law.DeLand's him. "the new and'lrlgWJ The department's figures Volusla! Communities relating to frequently frustrated the plansof voters In Duval County because ,
as required by '
show that only Nevada and Democratic Presidents Kennedy they lived on..a federal
PLOT CITED: enlng voice ef the publ1c.1tp.rty"
court, too, could the preservation of the public
process The accused of and Arizona had a greater per and Johnson. military reservation, long considered
couple was a Saturday said the
health and public good throughthe
<< any\ case ftuTlntf wttBln the
Jet R L. But so what? The misdemeanor category as set I six.year plot to send to Moscow GOP candidate's recent state- eentage of growth since Hospital Authority. I wantto LESS .EFFECTIVE an Island not under stale

dumber! sole purpose II to pro. forth la :Florida statutes. A secret data on American rocket. menu have been Impulsive and ,1960. help make the West Volusla After former Sen. ,Johnson Jurisdiction.
mote and advertise DeLand. The launching sites and atomic Imprudent. Florida gained 1541100residents succeeded the assassinated PLIGHT VIEWED
charter Memorial Hospital the
girls In the office who answer provision gives the IId.mftJlOrl. city! arms shipments. They ''-AWS' Johnson took scoffing Issue since the 1960 best" very Kennedy last November, the The Florida Times.Union saw
court 'Jurisdiction over J arrested census, according to the I Southern Democrat.Northern/ their plight too late
inquiries by mall and telephone, July 2,1963 in a Wash with accusations by Goldwaterthat to register
who ington which I figures, boosting the total Republican combination became and vote absentee in their
and the chamber manager But beoaese the dry's cede atsKUnaaot apartment the the administration Is "softon L. L. Jacobs home
than government said contained population to nearly }.T less effective against states and
travels to more meetings a communism" and is trying to Ineligible to register
tot not list individual

most of vi! would ova do all are mtedemeauHM ever" which powerful short wave radio, keep secret until after the election million. This is a 13.1 percent L. L. (Line Jacobs, 52, De- administration aims. In the end and vote in Florida-and asked

working In the business of "advertising" use ceort baa JurtadlcUon codes and ciphers, and record. a proposed treaty aimed at gain.Nevada. Land automobile dealer: Johnson saw It enact 24 of his 30 the attorney general for help.
DeLand. el them are not tried by theoItr'l log and photographic appara baiting the spread of nuclearweapon. showed a 431 "I believe I have the bu.lneaaexperl.nce principal: ."must" measures Atty. Gen. James Kynes Issued -

This time w. think the dtJ.len' tus.On per cent gain, or 133,000 plus the understanding a sweeping 'opinion that

expenditure check wu .judge.Most cities: simply Include la the same day, U.S. agentsarrested TRIOHTEMNO' VOICE .residents,. increasing the of the problems ot those AH I have to say, In all sincerity. opened the registration books

off bus, and we would urge the their code of ordinances misdemeanors Ivan. D. E orov, a The Preildtnt dealing! with total population to 408.0CO. who may need hospital care I Is that L u a native West and poll booths to such servicemen

city to'proceed with Ms normalassociation Included la the state :Russian U.N. personnel officer, the "soft on communism": Arizona recorded a 21.& pledge a buaIn..lik. administration Voluslan born In DeLand. have and their families and other
with the chamber and his wife, Aleksandra. In. per cent Increase with with a sympathetic. a deep sense of pride for our fine people living
statutes This has not been done charge told on military rner
reporters at I newsconference
and be grateful there Is a cham New York. Tie two later were 279,000 new people for a demanding for those la need. and beautiful West Volusla Hospital. vatlons.

ber. The city would be In some DeLand.DeLand's officials have adopted swap for two Americans that he"the had new read and In frightening thepapers VpuUBon 01 1,460,000.Obituaries. "I feel that I can serve both I am most desirous of its "One of the highest privileges

fls U it bad to take over all of the state model traffic code the Russians.Two voice of the :Republican the patients and taxpayers wellon efficient and economic operation of a citizen: li his right to vote,"
the valuable services now performed other Soviet citizens: who the West Volusla Hospital so that all of us may be well Kynes said in his
opinion Issued
and the southern code
bad been attached party was merely trying out thIIch.ra.
to the UX
the served by It when we have need
by and these laws are detailed la mission\ hen, had fled to Russia to see It it works"* Board Authority. of Its facilities. Wednesday.. "No citizen should

Its code of ordinances. before the arrests and were Johnson said be would advise "This civic pride together with be disfranchised on technical

Guard( Set Apparently! all that is needed named along with the Egorovssi : Goldwster to drop the accusation George Mlchaelot the urging of so very many responsible grounds or based upon a legal
for the Qty Court to have full coconsplrators. and suggested )It was "the businessmen fiction which cannot be substantiated
Mlchaelos 38 DeLand
George ,
In misdemeanor cases is Mrs. In fact"Hilda:
powers product ot a third'itrlng MurphyWord
Businessman: me to offer mY services
For QueenOTTAWA a categorical listing of misdemeanors Jury DeliberatesIn spcechwrlter" that got Into "'I am proud of the West Volusla In this civic duty. I would
code has been received
la the city's: ben
public print without "prudent much like to have
Memorial Hospital and I very a part
Tale stop, along with SMettM of the death of Mrs. Jean Con Attacks
CAP) Tie Royal If the 'ebarter *mi We* pnbIbl" Rogero Trial screening DENIES. CHARGE rad Murphy, 17, the first cousin would be proud Indeed, :I In Volusla.the continued" progress of West

Canadian Mountfea have assembled but IwuMce" el search warrants As for the of Austin Conrad ot DeLand. would consider It a privilege to

a formidable security task undoubtedly Weald give police TAMPA API- The federal Johnson proposed said Goldwater nucleartnaty Mrs Murphy, who died toCuentavaca serve board."Anytnlng aa n.member of the hospital Dr. II. R. Wilber New Orleans

force to afford land sea and and the eewi rn .savestigatlve court Jury deliberating Incometax wu "rather impulsive" In leveling Mexico, wu ban .

tuwJiTwater protection forQueen ewer sad Jnrlrdictioei ever .... charges aialnst Al Rogero, the charge. He said be bad la Daytona Beach in 1MT. During better that makes interests for a. Dr. H. R Wither, 62, DeLand.
Elizabeth H during her er crimes eeramltted wlUOa DM farmer State Road Board member announced last World War n. she authored community me.That's retired physician:

eight-day visit to Canada. city. me the CMS more Mudv publicly that he was proposing the January treaty the syndicated column of Henry' because the communityIs "While serving' u chief ot staff From Page !
borne bon here
Of particular concern has fiscal It wU eo.tDeLand' whom my ? wu of'
This year Saturday In aa effort to reach a McLemore. to she was the dark County Memorial
and that it was forward .
been the past violence associated put and It Is the home of my
I taxpayer and residents verdict. then married while be wu over
Hospital In Jethnonvi le, Iml.I .
publicly and discussed at length children. It wu for these reasons
with separatist groups laheavuy alUm for police opera The seas. rtcsne force winds _
Jury reported to Judge the acted U advisor and consultantto or higher
French Quebec Prow tions. Another 18,900 will go to George C. Young late Friday at talks."Then'i. Geneva disarmament She and her husband Gerald to try-and that build I served a better community the architect and engineer for battered the marshlands. and
ince. Terrorist groups there for the city's law department MUI'1)Iho died last month as president deserted towns
pay that had
it reached I verdict oa of the hospital's expansion pro' between the
reportedly have been Instructed Ot the total, IUT.MO win one of three counts against the no secret here, said I had been living in Mexico tar the Chamber of Commerce gram."I Mast and New Orleans
Johnson. and the Merchants Division
bow to touch off riots during thequeen's "It's simply l moretvld.nce
I be spent for police salaries, Clearwater Insurance and real several /ears.. in DeLand. wu .director of the Kentucky Mon than 118,000 persona fled
visit which start Mon that Impulsive people'
J6.000 la salary for the city attorney to
I estate executive but the Judge should briefed." "If elected to the authority, Iwould Society for Crippled Children centers in advance

day.Qun Elizabeth and Prince the city and Judge.S3,MO In salary for said be would not accept any Goldwater get publicly has Slid that !he Thomas Murray work harmoniously with for five yean and the International of the raging 1t0lTJl.I.TOIL'IITRIKD.

i verdict unless It was a final one. fellow board members toward Society for six years.
Philip will fly to the Royal Canadian bas doubts about UM wisdom ot
Air Force Base on ,Yet; aftparetUty, .single ':1 The Jury asked that trial testimony the proposed treaty because, he Thorns Edward Murray, a providing outstanding medical facilities I beaded a committee which or- The Weather Bureau's forecasters .
vision la the ekartsr and resident ot De-Land for 33 the Indiana Society: firCrpplt4 said Hilda's
ot four witnesses years canned
Prince Edward Island and 1 government ) laid it might be signed by Communist and service for all West centerwould
spend Monday night la the Britannia SUM trsvliikMi which Is .IncemMe be read but Judge Young China. died at 4:30 ,.m. Friday at the Yohmlans at Teasonable costs."That's \ Children and Adults. strike tnlsad between

the royal yacht anchored prev al police and the eeortfrem said It would take Ma number ofday. Johnson said the Communist age ot 31 the purpose of the hos Last Sunday this organisation Grand Isle and Morgan City and

off Summerslde.IThe totally performing their ." and be would accept requests Mr. Murray a veteran of petal to provide the very best dedicated ,their" sow building wove northward between New
...... Chinese an "violently opposed"to World War n. wu In Veteran's which Includes a bronze plaque Orleans and the
tour the queen's eighthcbrnnhonwealth that did not require M facility for ear doctors! and Louisiana rap
trip, begins Out of 701 cases In city: court much time. any such treaty and that the Hospital at Lake City at the urns, who in turn administerto honoring myself and the other : tal city of Baron Range M
fa* la 1X4, TS were turned Soviet Union bu not acceptedthe
so time of his death committee members. miles
officially Tuesday with the Then was no Indication on the needs of our people. ap the Mississippi River.
opening\ .la Charlottetown ot the over to Peace Justice Court aid which count the Jury reached aVerdict. Idea. I. Mr. Murray wu a construction "The best approach to. these "I am retired and have the I Hurricane winds whipped
one to Volusla County Court. worker. He wu bon Aug. time to perform the duties ot
Fathers of Confederation .ends I believe. Is a program of through the LaRose area, bunpertng -
Memorial. Building. Some ot the cases necessarily Rogero, former University ot 2,500 Aircraft li MM la Beeper Ohio. sound business management I the Hospital Commissioner whicha rescue operation

could not be processed in the Florida football star and later Survivors Include Us wife believe\ I am qualified te assist practicing physician would not "Our count: shows at least 29

Launch Planned municipal court But most of desrwater hlgH school coach is Begin ExerciseNEW Catherine, a son Thomas J:. Jr.. la suck maiagement program. have available. I have found, bodies," said Lafourche Parish

.. them could haY, provided the accused of evading payment ot : and a daughter April Haanah. "Because the West Volusla through experience In a wide Sheriff Eddie Ste. Marie. His

*CAP: KENNEDY: (AP)-Tbe charter and ordnances were $174.000 in Income taxes duringthe YORK (AP) -, Urgent' all et DeLand: six brolb..lolaaR. Hospital Is a tax-supported facility variety of civic enterprises that shirtsleeves wen stained, with

Agency planned to launch amended 19M38. cracked through the and Patrick IL. both et Hetoken. taxpayers Ia West Volusla more Is to be accomplished: by the blood ot dead and injured
yean messages
ij Interplentary 1ft 0 I tor- Federal Aviation Agency headquarters N. J.. Harold Lead, tea expect ae less than sound being so busy being for something Persons. Some 30 bom tvre'
(IMP.}) Saturday Some 30,000 American schoolchildren Harry U both DeLand. Richard business management without that there Is no time to be
.. .. st Kennedy Airport Sat. la the tornado's
on a radUtlon-semlng will start learning to a. Merritt Island, and Jerry J"Orlundoi any toes ot the element ef ussey > sgalnst anything/ National patJIv1'!
mission deep In space. ........ 1ar1..= read this fall with a character WIt, as hundreds of aircraft : and two sliders Mn.Kathertne original latent Guardsmen
took to the air for two-day teat : Defense workers sheruTiaepisUee
f4 3 a chh.i sad
The couatdowa started devised British Bmney and Site Col-
early alb .. alphabet by a of the
Saturday on the Delta rocket: onse. MIt. ,,,11I11I1... Iducator. Each letter represents. exercise In the southern and leer Sfiftar. beta eg Orlando "TM West Votusia Hospital to CEMETERYMONUMENTS feared hurricane

which II to boost the \3t.pound ...u.w.Me.,...1\ : Y"iirl'II only one sound. sewers United I State Fsneral services win be at the people's hospital and it must for trhdIt to March throng gobble
The exercise Is to test the airlift tilt
::1 dead sad 1a ut4.
monitor skyward during a 45- .. 3 MB. Monday la the ADen- serve aa tile people those
Cei.i .. capabilities: of the coasby'ageneral Pr4eat! Johnson !
minute favorable launching pert rMse. rsl/ Sun inertl Memortal GuH add those whe telephone*
wa eaa
d atartUff at 10:tt ,.IL (tm..i. r e MrI J iMw Dr. WUli/ua. JoneiH aviation fleet la lime eta with tat KSY. &.. A. CaWnf ofDcuang. caaMt."I JIfICSU'tIOIf AI DesBestJeaart, UTn&eo. Cow. John KcKettbsw and ef-

.i.The ...... Is te record roe : .. .: :o.1U1d aettenaj enVergesey sr Utural He4ge te work always te. Ort.anosMMa.riieAvaOatlet tas.rt.-4 feed federal assistance to tte

t ml rays, nuwetta fields sad ,.. t disaster.KgUlgbt. Burial wO be te Oakdale ward this sa4 It I am suoted." devastated area
solar winds as It swings through t1 fee* BeeJertrt e( the exercise wu Cemetery. PeBbeeren win be:

1 a higMy-efflptical orbit ranting .a,y .. r1irea.ii'a tMw. the simulated detonation ot aa Stanley see Itay ftawtsrsoa.Henry Walter Nordnumn ..pee hesos as ... Mss 5.5 e.ea 5. ..t,,yVsikila ace Board To feet

from 190 to HUH) ale high.rA ..&II". Two r Hal BMpctd atomic bomb at law Airport finback. Cadi Davis Edward AN. ', ,_ The
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major purpose to explore RArn! HbOfflc AmltyvtBe. Loaf Wand Mayaard and Cart trtmaa. Walter No+m+ers. en, DeLaad v. Hiatb Biza.
boards wale threattn ? w, r w*. ... About WOO airmfl .y Coapt.r Codthis'
uCattoft .. ... were to grower and wholesaler. et sraa- Co.
astronauts who venture befbnd sw*<*. Sttll OM.eene Nq.Lit 10.... aa hit VMS*.** take to the air today and Sua- Graveside senicea wB: be con mental and cttres aursery atockt west ". ...... at J3Q Dame.. gmiep: wfl meet

& the protective. atmo.pllert.rl umbrella. ofPIth' .h*wtuasta". .*.nmsi*A ,,..HJS.MM *>.. WOW 7144144 day else.u part ef the massive seer ducted by members. el the AmerIcaaLertoa. '1 am wttH aa bdepeadeat ae poBacal boat.asseataa Use.. :'L.i.. .... h ...181. GIt w.. 11Iwad&Rick: Am 4 at tee.....efQarv .-

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I MERCHANTS LAUNCH PARADE DRIVE The Merchants Division of the
J I DeLand Chamber of Commerce yesterday officially launched a drive designed' to
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a .. r. ,' bring $:500 estimated of the annual Christmas Parade into the division1 treas
r ury. Each year the division sponsors the parade that is organized: by the Jaycees. This JOIN THE CROWD-EVERYONE LIKES TO BROWSE
Graduates year the parade will be at 2 p.m, Saturday Dec 5. Stressing! the parade is a commu
l', nity venture and not solely a merchants' production the division u seeking' assistance MATHER'S ATTIC WHERE YOU'LL
f Miss Margaret .Nu. daughter e( Mr and Mrs Ralph E. Nix from all area residents. There will be a public auction of goods donated by the merchants FIND ; e ; e
,/ 121 Luel Avt, baa graduated( from St. Vincent Hospital School on Oct 24 in Conrad Park. Fred Kent, chamber president' and owner' of Kent'i
\ of Nurilnj, "Jacksonville' Margaret la a fraduit of DeLand High Photo Shop makes the first donation for the auction I Polaroid camera to Betty DISCONTINUED STYLES ORPHANED LEFTOVERS ;!
School the class of last and
$ was a member the Keyett eervke -
Lane Eaten, chairman the fund committee as )Kay Hicks h I lr
Club she la parade co-e a man,
presently employed at West Voluaia Memorial
Hospital. places a collection box for monetary contributions In the store flOOR SAMPLES .I USED FURNITURE. ETC. : ;. ETC ,


wSt..meresef, j[ l Je, Q Q H x AhaT.. .

bAck ti\"'Jtked.out worker. Ms attempt" n J',.* his medicare .. NEW. \
They are reported planning scheme down our throats," In 'Road Show '

are another not taken strike back.11 the At workers last re and Mont of the members conference of Congress commit. Humphrey Salinger ; lititltul ease c.I.,.. safe kf Weytll, ks (sew' ....1.... II..... +aflTfe aflPfe
port management aid they tee. Goldwater said, favored styli armi, me! kkk tint.. Sll|>tly Impirfict ititcklnf b prcctkilly oK.liliaf'JOinnslltis
would not be reinstated. many of the bill's provisions but Years hr *nly ,....u.u.u..u1..1..e JB 9
Strong segments of public Johnson "overruled them for Jibe At GOP Great Debates 01'64'

opinion are against a new. selfish political reasons." t I ,lici. Tint cal.,.. isfe led? sad! mtcklnf Ink their, A ,..1) 'i
strike The labor Unable "wreck" the SocialSecurity $7900
dispute Is further to .
| *4 filut Mad Niwl 2 Plstn .u.+.nau..uu.ue '
complicated by Buddhist system by adding a
t Roman Catholic tension*, all of medical cane plan OoldwMer BAKEnSFIELD. Calif. TAP) day. the Imaginary Coldwtter Cabinet
which makes for a potentially said, the President "decided to Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, ," '
explosive situation. disable It by killing all the Improvements with Sen. Pierre Salinger as a Before letting out on a 3M-\ CRnICE 1NDICATCD life) .... In tkilci if ml *r prism tweed c.",. .. .......... .... $5400
Khanh told both houses had mile whistle atop through the
'I newsmen Fridaylure. costar opened the curtain on Golriwater Indicated recentlythat
would be used If necessaryto enacted" their California road show too tale, Humphrey and Salinger Nixon might bit his rhrtlp .
put down violent public disorders made a production out of what for serteinry\ of stat U he 1s' Mi4irn. Ibis sent' t ilici llvfof' rm lelffc' full feim' tiikliit., $12
He said lives and property umphrey called: that "great elected I.. churl ... ,.. .. .... 600
AT DEMO LKGISLAWE CAUCUS evident. rum. ? I. ... ,.,.!..., .,... .....,.
would be strictly protected by d"bltea of 1964 debates be. The !Idea of the debate, ..lIldHumphl't'y :
troops. tweed Barry Goldwater and his Is to compare' ; th.
The government failed to take fellow Republicans. views of' loldwster, and In this Hick Ssle ... me. Ctikj ChI,.
a tough line In August when Rowell Named Speaker To the roar of the Democrats case. Nixon, as they expieaned Skiul4 ki $1 0M$. ArtnctlTi ipitlill I ".e... .............. .... $6900
mobs raged through Saigon It a rally In Bakersfield, the them In speeches' and the like
streets looting and killing. The Democratic( vice presidential
fury had VIrtually spent Itself nominee said he and Salinger Ill' lit it WilMtit IWihi4 4lnlng. tksln. VII... I* '''.U. $C&85
before troops finally moved in For Florida's House s snamed had wanted to help the "falter Police Arrest year tkiltt. .... .................rr.n1..u....!..,..*..... Jff
and restored order.
ing bogged down campaign. of
Another potential problem Is the opposition."

Sunday's by students planned against demonstration the creation TAMPA (Ar>>. Tep. F Cr'Rowed speaker of thT" .Flnrlil,J. Huftiphrrintroduces PIERRE: 11 PICK\Sallnrer Irish Rioters '4'. .. USHV.; .
e' 'a National Salvation Council I of Sumter1 County, a man' Hound of Representatives for tile : wying ,")). lIotJ.lonll| D :
ef Saigon as the local arm of a In whom rural and urban FlorIda 1 19SJ *** loll.' like Jt but for the may purpose of BELFAST Northern. Ireland V-M In price tweed tirtr kei'millMf' twinprktf merfreii ese 5fL; CBOO ;
Hue political FOUP.I are married Saturday war Th* 50-year-old: eroge: .piifflnf I hla exercise he's Richard Nix- (tAr Police held 30 Irish. Lent cII.k.... Amtkir ml' peed trI*'"-), el salp.l..v..ufa/.r %s 9
I tamer-a native of populous on" Humphrey look the role ,ofGoldwatcr nationalists Saturday after the
HUbborough County-WAS rubS thIrd straight night of preelec
berstamped by Ivmocr.illo- funny thing what a mao will doa a lien rioting In which scores were list. kts'rsem erive kt 1 rfrewir docile J cYttitr.' llf" chest "! t4 4a 'fcQC
One HOUR members of the How dining politics" Injured. irswtn end .*... their caucus which wont so- They read from the pthliah.dstands Th. fighting flared. again (keenrrial anttnii, eltrictlv kie'iinea1;:] iRIwi ..**.vealty cusp. sy Jf
\ I carding to the script with only FrMay In a revival of an All this '
.. of both) Goldwater and night cm e Turn fir' city t. .. ....r1rp.1..1.i1..u.....
dlRI..nttn'lIi. ..
old and bitter feud after officers

The liOn one note:" or of DWORD dUcorii came Nixon."Th.. senator from Arizona had'a removed flag, outlawed the Irish"In' the Republic six M...|.ay ill feimiaie' thlm. CI I.... ;..."..... .,....."..."? $3 9 95
? from Rep Lee WeUienhorn ft iss been shouting for a great counties of Northern Ireland.
Dade County on the motion to debate, and I think II"'. entitled Aroufted Republicans demandIng .. 'I I
in ORS unanimously elect retiring to one," said Humphrey, ynlon/ with Ireland H rouen Only f*.r. Mills) fllllali'leitihii' theirs' In lib sew uas'ttlie) $29 95 I
the most Speaker Mallory Home of lallahasse "So rd like to suggest to him till t"j the south' are running An 4 ,lr *aly ". ..... ....... ...r.//...........",..,
chairman of the caucus. a worthy adversary! Ills new candidate* for 10 seats III the '\ .
*" tnisr Wait Sli TflP Welanenborn has torn a found friend Dick Nixon the Housofof/ Commons In the election .
end New Yark AfaenNsxt \ leading critic of Horne for the could bit secretary of slat In CM., U. thikt el, lU Ktiilsasl ckiln, time i****, MM .... $ aKOO
q ( te Jack,.'I Mieit Merle) | dorslng speaker's Republican action In Barry publicly Tear cfcilti. .. . .. ., .. . .. .. .... .. .. .../... .. ...... jsjjPrm

We Clean Clothe 6 Days A Week! 'tf water for rresldent.Welsiienbnni's Tilled 3il* "no" vote war OVERSTOCKEDWITH cup t..,... On., k IN vtry !..' tsss'lHss. We b.w pee will Ilk* 9/M. M."J
j Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday he ,only one' heard on the motion / Ills, .... Tie lei hi 'satlr |ri., 'f.r..lp" rr..u..r.,1.e. "W iplat. i

"That's ime of the problem ELECTRIC SHAVERS!
of bavtng illegitimate child," )- life' lie" Selli kit safe that ...wtrtt .ta M sad ski smell ecc..
a a I Id Horn, "It sometime Large Selection o( New and Used skeet tkelr. Pith safe cad ckelr en le bleak, lyli .nazi ceiir. $2995
f come back to haunt you. I assure Coil! I flccii, ...1!/ ... .. .. .r..0..r.5./.1..e.
you t will honor the par Eclrlc Shivers at

entage.Welasenhora: said after the Buy Now.For ChrUtmu And Sir*! Hlflitlr cud ,Ihrbif' r**.* mil ki fiem nkiir*. f.. Ky1 *' frhi $ kVCJl95( I
caucus that he had stood at the ..", M ittretllv( ".. AlMitl lib nw sad sail' ...'..' %k7 Jr
end of the meeting to pay trib ((3)) lnheryabl.l.ulalt.eLEKTRONIC l

ute to Home's service\ u speaker &.... 24.98 i Pig 4 place ...tle..*el. said sew 'fir SUMS. Net fie. .....*. A Uttfa $AQ5 I

'As far as thaaUng him fora ill,. celled ese were fc.f wwlfc asses tfcia .... ...u............t *V JIT I
4 nice Lob. I agree," aM.'But ((0,.) ls.dagteeLEKTRONIC" .
I didn't think b: should *
\ prPtlde.It II ,..oo$28.98' ((1J) ,\flulik*' chili wcri'fik*. Net .,IC..I lM fir leiflnf $ !f'50clctfcn
Rep A. R. Bald?) Strickland cud S ..*.11 dnw n fir hi1** Hieu. .."....'...,.Of.,.. It /f
rousers of Cirrus County was named ((6))Rimlttii' tat. I

I speaker Bledaoe. chief pror tern.Mil. Mrs.of the Lamar House ROLLAMATIC :%: ... 17.98 i ,.,. fKtleeil, S.... Miktf twi Mki tin kale. $f OOO ,I II

slac WO.! : was reappotnted. W. ,,. a. ettretth i,tlall .. .. .. .... .........,
Sport Coats Suits; A. Ballantin was kept on la Ms ((3)) RsMlaff '
Job M *erg.I"
\ AUTO-HOME aS.; $18.98 4 ilec{ IstHe |rs.i kn remilse Hf ikt"| .feWe, feme. tell., ettm. $JEfcOOO
(coda. As S lUsas) W ... "lire' **eirtekl,* dull. she).' cad J..... .*fe.Yr, | clot, ........... %aT ,3rWilMt

Plain SkirtsSweaters' UAW Strike ((3)) .

;. RONSON '66' $2f; : $12.98 fkltb4 ksifMiw ted ... **.,.ke.( V*, ,Ie..,.' fnM4 $a4fta400Mkrer
triMM T..rn.TOM CMOKlAMI' 2 tf I Idles 20,000; .. o. ., 4 drawer cksst t4 ketkcn. k..L 'A rules et .,........... VltW

I (O*) Nsralt ;

Q 5 $ 'i39 4 FLOATING HEAD : J',1: Nil' l cage kit l*_infrfc*| ii**. fkit tee ki .... kH. !tw* rrlJ. .*... $ ft 00
J Talks Go On ,, ... $17.98 Ir.. ir elite fe year k*... fer aly. ......................,."._ | %J/

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Layoffs DETROIT caused Mich.! tAP Perth |IUr his lUtlk ti?,rte* snfHf" net 14 herb $1250,

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I Miss ElizaBetH K. Goodale, Walter McNair Wooten Long I Church Events 0NG LEGISLATIVE RECORD

Are Married At Grace Episcopal Church, Camden, S.c. For Women Ends Session

"litt Congress ;

Women la a ceremony of beauty laGrac
for << Episcopal Church Miss $t Barnaba Church
VfCC\ TIlt St Barnabas Guild of St
Kendrick Condole
1GLDtirD nun riff, Bdttos* daughter Mr. and Mn. NaUiaa I Barnabas Episcopal Church willmeet Members Set Campaigns
Roland Condole Jr., became at 1 TO p.m. tomorrow In
the .brlil* of Walter Mr Y j 'h* parish house use Rev. Pat-
Nair Wooten Long, ion of Mrs, irk I Malone, pastor of 81,
Junior Welfare League Slates Lanunont duPont Jr, Camden Peters' Catholic Church will' ) and give him the basic foundation .
and tile late Maynard Bond speak "on The Roman C.thf'llici W fmlpadeettPCengrest on which he 1* waging his
Lone of Lake Helen Faith Hostesses will be Mrs, JiticaDy campaign for election In his own
and ends
Annual Bazaar For Qct. 30 The ( o'clock double-ring ceremony W Johnson r Law and .Mn.Mrs Frank, C. A.Itu.h.Mn. C. posed urday,of then some closed odds shop andjtled name.
on SlOP 25 was performedby buntings Perhaps paradoxically the
J H, DuPuy will give the off to the .
the Rev. Harry Ernest Law Us lengthy legislative three landmark accomplishments
Mrs. Richmond' Roberts ,ba- la the future iw stock will be hon Jr., la the presence of a devotional, cord ere will loon large la camga of the 88th a weeplng
JUt ehairmaa,, announced at a available at the Thrift Shop ea Urge assemblage of relative Celled rretbrterlaa Church oratory. civil rights bill a nuclear test-
meeting Friday ot the Junior both Fridays and Saturdays and friends A program of music :i \ The October" meeting ef toe Adjournment came In the ban treaty and an $116.billion
Vvtlfar! League la Calico Kitesea Welfare chairman, LoremaPanton was presented by Mri William Woman Association of We t. ate at 141: p.m., and in the tax cut are not likely to figure .
Restaurant" that plus are reported that the Lea- Bratton d* Loach organist and minster United Presbyterian use at 3:16: p.m. Both ad. u key Interparty Issues In a
completed for the unual bazaar. gun had purchased shoes tor two acolytes were Moultrt B, Burnt Church win lit tomorrow afternoon med until Jan < which majority' of states and districts.
This annual event will be from families and that several donation Jr., and Joseph RldfllJ'1I. at the church, 'W New an* the 88th Congress has This la because all of these
J W I pjn, 0<<. 30 at the Lions of clothing were made by The vows were exchanged be. York and N !Sheridan! Area, mpleted I its record unless It hI.tary.maklnr steps were
pub N. Garfield Ave. The public individuals for a background of Southern Mrs Edwin C. Williams Weirs. recalled In special session. by made possible by broadly based
U invited. \ariery of attractive Teeth I Concert smilax entwined around the dale, president of the North sldent Johnson. bipartisan support for what the
and useful.,article* will Members voted to hold a YouthConcert chancel! and seven pronged: t + Florida Preshyterial and Mrs is the windup came the Prest President asked. ..
fee available and refreshments sometime la November.Mrs. standing candelabra and the Herman E Long. Welrsdale secretary was urged to do 'just that OTHER PROGRAMS
will be served. Georg Michaeloa, chairman brass altar vases held roses arrangements as of North Florida Presby- n. Jennings Randolph, D-W. But till Republican will find
Mrs. Dick Johnston! suitcase and Mrs Hugh Gordon ef whit snapdragons Serial will speak on the Nation .. sent Johnson a telegramnf plenty of lesser enactments -
museum chairman reported that co-chairman will work with Professor rose and tiny Fuji flume. al Meeting held recently at Pur a postelection sitting to the antipoverty program and
la cMperattoa with the Association Robert Hause, Stetson Few for the Immediate laml- due University, on "Why It ws with a mssslv revival' other spending measures, for
tor Childhood Education, University la the planning of lie and special guests I were held! who goes to It! what goes gram for Appalachla and example at which to shoot
Utters had been written to educators this went marked with, clusters of white on there and their aims and pur 11 health care for tile aged Other prime GOP targets will s
la various foreign couaHH Mn; Robert Cover ballet roses and ivy. Y 4e poses of what was accomplish major administrationects involve matters on which Congress .
< la order to Initiate an exatiuag chairman, reported that the BrIdal Gown ed."' left stranded byununent. didn't legislate at all _.
e('suitcases' containing Royal School of Ballet has agreedto Th bride entered with her Mrs. George Bailey will lead\ the Bobby C. Baker and BUlle
jjiaurtala depleting life la these present their production of father who gave her In marriage.She till devotions and the hostesses NO HINT Sol Estes cues II
eeund: lw. She read a letter from "CopplDa" DeLand,under the was exquisite in her wedding Mrs French Emmons and Mrs ere was no hint Iran thee Some of the unfinished bust ] f
B. Y. Ua, direeterp1' the National sponoaorshlp of the. JWL. The gown of,Ivory peso d* sole Homer Slater are planning the House whether the Prestla ness also will be at the fore lath
Educational: materials center la Taipei. Taiwan Republic and Mrs Richard' McMahan was with a V neckline with a son's readings ot the ,lee- example is health care for tile
el China to the.*ttat that sucha \named co-chairman. stahdup 'ruffle'Of Alencoit lare. Faith Lutheran Church results could determine his elderly.The .
suitcase was en Its way and Mrs. Gordon social chairman The controlled skirt was fashloned Circles of th* church will meetas 10 on these matters at Senate approved a pro. \
that he* 'surges- announced that the Christmas, l with softly gathered !pleats follows: Miriam circle, at t one of which health car gram to provide this for over-
aloe and was looking forward to Danre will its held Dec. 11 .t. forming! a modified bustle In tl'e tMrs. I p.m tomorrow" at the church; r Social Security seems 65s under the Social Security
reeelvtnt *' suitcase\ from the the Lak*'Beresford Yacht Club. back"and1" falling into. a court Y 11 Lydia Circle, at 10 a.m. Tues Ua to be a top campaign system But it did so by attach
Va1 4'6tAt..! W 11 planned*lo Mrs. Robert Cohen and., Mrs. train. Here heiiloom rosepnlnt day with Mrs Frank Erlcknon, i In many district lug It. u an amendment to a 't'
make' then representative suitcase Carl Steely will b* eorchairmen. lace mantilla was court train Cottage 3/.W Oriole Drive, Lu., tardiest ot issues, the ad. House passed bin raising Social
*. available tor use in the The meeting was adjournedto length and was arranged over theran Center; Naomi circle, at ment only a month from Security retirement payments
public! schools. Named .to asflat the Lake Beresford Yacht Club an open pillbox hat of ivory Walter Mc.Niir; Long 2:30 p,m,, with Mlii Edith'j t day means that_ members by S3 to |7 a month..RoUI.
Mr*.Johnston with this project for the annual luncheon honoring. peau d* sole She carried an old Cottage 18 w, Lark Drive, Lutheran .. win wao': wancliffftSoW 'AI""fI .! oonf! ..%....,.. ..,.
were Mr*. Roberts Mrs. sustaining members. fashioned; bouquet of pink and ', Center; ; Mary.Martha cir : L&fud 4ty Ave? cirle \ Executive fiori
Richard McMahaa. Mrs Lorenarantan whit sweetheart cones, lilies.of- a turquoise\ crepe In a formal orchid corsage. cle. at 2 p.m. Thursday with seven, at 2 p.m\twrtorrow( ,
Mrs. William $Sherman Mrs Hugh Gordon and Mrs. the valley and tuAn. length: gown with a decpV !Berk- A reception was held at Cool l Mrs Frelda Doscher, Cottage with Mrs. Jessamin Kojer, 523 Members of the executive
Md Mrs. Larry Sands.By John Collect were chairmen Matron of honor and maid of line In the back and a fringed Spring Immediately following 34 E, Oriole Drive Lutheran Retlrement W, May St Mrs. Robert Me-
la charge of arrangements Mri. sash in front. She wore long the wedding. Greeting the guests board of the Woman Club of
Law Chang honor were the bride liters, Center: Ruth circle at Donald. co hostess; circle eight,
Jack Reed and Mrs William whit gloves: shoes in the hall of DeLand will meet at *:30 a.m.
Ernest! tunjuols enhance this ante
Mrs. Robert Hester, chairman Mn : Linwood Willie HI, 2 pm. Thursday with Misses at 2 tomorrow, with Mrs.
el the bylaw committee pre.s&ttid Sherman were in charge of decorations of Florence and Mill Sarah and headpiece and a 'corsag! of helium mansion was Mr. and Emma and\ Ellen Prytz. Cottage F 7 Sunshine ,Tuesday at the clubhouse W.
and Mn Ted Husfeld while orchids. The mother of Mrs William Lovett Gnodale, Michigan Ave.
proposed amendments\ .to Eleanor Goodale.. piklesmald 4 W, Cardinal Drive, Lutheran Blvd. Mrs. Charles McCorkle,
th* By.laws, which will be Voted Mr. Carl Stly and, Mn. Vin were Miss Ellen Hamilton Net- the bridegroom chose an apricot uncle and aunt nf the bride. TheTerming Retirement Center, co-hostess; circle nine, at 20::;
.CfInt..GoWcI 11Rfl reservation! lace and chiffon in a formal line formed in
was a
epos at the November ,merIIIllMof1ar. tier, Wins' Mary Eugenia Me- tomorrow with Men. Nor.
chairmen length gown, long whit gloves 'Small and was ilL PHer'S, Church p.m GREEN
Duffle, of Camden S.C. and drawing >mom> 245 S. ,Hull Ave.
Mr*. Fred! Stafford Thrift The table were centered with Mrs Maynard Bond Long Boy. and a veil of tulla and velvet. comprised of Mis. (Goodale Today\ Coffee and continental man Douglass,
Chop Chairman announced that palm fronds\ decorated with py- kill SC, sister In.lav of;.th* Her corsage was of whit or. Mrs, duPont. the bride and breakfast! will b* served In .on Thursday\ at 10 a.m. the.
racantha berries.Sustaining bridegroom. Junior bridesmaids chids. bridegroom and her attendants. the parish hAIl after I:30, I and ladies will make cancer dress.ings VALLEYA
members and new were Miss Ann Alexandrite: de Mrs Arthur Hunter Wilder The grandmother received In 10 a,m. Masses, sponsored by at Fellowship Hall. Thou
UnCDWO UBBABT *oOv. JWL? :.member Mrs FrankFord I Mnatchantn duFont. sister o(.th* Sumter S.C., maternal grandmother \. the adjoining; awing room and Sacred Heart Circle. ilannlng,' to attend, bring lunch teed, ''mUsntlsl tehssl lee
Books-Gift ware special guests.Door bridegroom\ and Mist Caroline of the! bride wore black the brides register was In Monday the steering committee beverage will b* served. superior students, sal, gifted!
award went to Mrs. Mustard Wooteh, Boykln;.SC, chiffon accented with whit lace, chars of Mr. William Ancrum meeting of the St. teter'1Fall Final Methodist Church vndsrachliviri. ,
Tom Pattlllo, Mn. R. N Han- cousin of the bridegroom. The matching accessories and a Bnvktn Jr Festival will b* at T:M
of the executive
REEVE & HOWARD. kal Mn. James McGregor, attendants were- dressed alike whit orchid corsage Mrs. The bride's cake was cut and p.m. at the parish hall Members
Woman's of
board of the Society Box 606L
let MOT BTDIAIU Miss Lurlayn Mercer, and Mrs la floor length gowns of emerald Frank McNair Wooten, maternal served to the guests by Mrs Tuesday Novena Devotions
Service, First
Frank rattlDo.OCT'OB'ER. grandmother of the bridegroom Louis D. deLnach. aunt of the In honor et Our Lady of the Christian
green cYep featuring Empire
will meet at I:30am. Florida
lit Church :
sllhouett accented with self wore a midnight blue chiffon bridegroom after the couple Miraculous Medal In the churchat Orange City,
rose and tb* tilth waistline In with midnight blue accessories, had cut the traditional first T:30 p m. At 8 p.m. parents in the Rosemary Room at
front and graceful skirts with a white fur wrap and a whit slice with the decorated cake night in the parish hall with la- the church.
fullness In back forming slight orchid come. Mrs., Minerva knife die of the aary.Altar Society
trains They wore short whit Bond Long take Helen, paternal White roses and snapdragonswer as hostesses Sponsored by Confraternity
glove lid flat bows of antique grandmother ot the bridegroom used In arrangements on of Christian Doctrine Boy's and Young Men's'SUITS \j
lilieS velvet with a single Orange wore pink lac* with pink the titles. and mantels throughput Committee \
Delight rose la the back of their son ea, whit* glmes and a.wvteCol I tile 'house and magnolia fob Wednesday at J:30 p w.... Adult
tatr and carried styled bouquet! la*? was' entwined..In the railing Choir prattle In the church I,
tif bronze cymhidlum orchid !*of the/ spiral stairway in
Arthur ..
Erwin IItfotMIIIt. OimTb
and orange delight yeses on the hall Graceful palms enhoned Members
of the WAfnan* Missionary
loops ot antique gold velvet rib- / the beauty of the rooms
bpn. DAR, Opens SeasonAt and hall and the brides tableIn Union, Stetson Baptist Raton tad Acetate
will >30
the centered Church meet at : a.m.
Till bridegroom<< was attendedby Meet the dining tiered room cake was, The table Tuesday\ in the church auditorium \ and
Luncheon with\ Dacron Rayon
his brother, Maynard Bond -
and at 1:30: p,,,,. Tuesday lath
I was Overlaid with an Imported
Lon"IIs'kln.\ SC. as his bestman
Usher'groomsmen were The first meeting of the fall Venetian\ lace cloth and flanking church auditorium Orlen and Wool
William Fouler duPont t.! nt. season of the Col Arthur Erwin i the cake were antique silver Trinlfy MtthMUai Church '
Our Big Once chant, Del., brother of tile Chapter Daughters ot t) a Amert candelabra holding whit taper Circle of the Woman's to- PRICED AT
A-Ycir Sale bridegroom: William Wilder can Revolution will bs] at 12:30: and epergnettes filled with while piety of Chriatiat Service. Trinity
Goodale. brother of the bride; \pm, Friday at the StettVa Union. roses and snspdrsgons\ Methodist Church will mtas
of Fin Furs! All**, Mustard Wooten. Bnyldn This will b* a luncheon\)meeting, Later In the evening the bride follows, circle ort., J _.M.
One walk] SC, cousin ef the bridegroom, with Mrs John Parson chairman ascended the stairway to throw tomorrow with Mrs Morton Mc 2495 f $40DYK1S
Walter McNair Women, Greenville ot the house Servingen her bouquet which was cautht Donald 424 N. Stone St; circle :
Only "- SC. uncle of tilt bridegroom her committee will h* Mi's. by Miss Nettles and Miss Me- two, at 5:30; a.m, tomorrow with i I
Oct. M01Luxuridus William Poser Tiller E. J C. Tyner, Mrs. Flo d Felt Duffle her brldetmalds For her Mrs Frank Pattlllo N. Change
Camden S.C., and Nicholas Mrs. Henry Bnggs art Mrs. wedding trip to New York City Ave: circle three. at 2 p.m. to 1 1MEN'S
Francois duPont Camden, S,d I France Spragg, Revatlnns and Bermuda the bride choie a mOl'Tl'Wr.' with Mr. Frank Fish
younger brother of the bride I IfTMm. are to b* mart by en)ing one belt cashmere ensemble with er, 12ft S, Brook Ave I circle
of the hostesses by W nfl'dlly. ,bl' 'tn pillbox hat brown lira- four at f30's.m.: Tuesday in :
Ring' bearer was Master Douglas Billy Cypress, a Serrsiole Indian gator shoes and bag kid gloves. Fellowship Hall, with Mrs L. M. and BOY'S SHOP
Wooten duPont youngest on scholarship\ a( Stetson and! a eor ac* of bronze cyrnblrllum Keef and Mill Ellbeth Furlong
brother ef the bridegroom University will speak\ ) on the orchids t'pnn their return hostesses; circle live No 115 North Boulmid Phone 734-O-4&8
Mother, Gown Semlncla Indiana Mrs ,.llchard they will reside at 107 Meeting, circle six at 8 p m.
The mother of tile bride wore lleaney, regent, will! prHde Union St. Camden\ S.C Tuesday\ with' Mrs. Scott dlf-

Pemocratic Woman's

Club Sets Luncheon buy your tickets for theFiremen'S

1' The West Volimla Democratic
Woman Club will meet at noon h' "
tomorrow at Calico Kitchen Restaurant. Ball
Luncheon speaker will\
be Mrs. Katherine On ham, supervisor -
ed I of registration, and

mink, a uirrelloas)! .. Gerald art urged Crlioph t* aKetid. All member this Saturday, ,Oct. 10

eipts, aAd steles In tht latest.

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MINK pvslti** aeti a 'e..pU4 with
active boysi. eompltt (tfitlMM** t* srannal f"GIBBS
Y Capes & Stoles $295 to $595'else Skin and ctothtac is Sn"e pn .
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PURCHASING !II.! I from 6.95 R...mfc.r-it Mas. 1! and fabrics all the newest; too! .
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ftp KUND fflOUBA) SUM! InS JUNDAT,000134, 961 DAB :Board Meeting Gardes dub ef ttettad rrfdajr.
At AHD \
Dr., Dimmitt To Speak Meeting Rose .Circle
l I The group met at tt* _hem* iMm .
The executive' board -' mken Floyd FWt. N. hate AvavMember '
Dr, J, Sterling DirnmMt\ will be mental health center. Ht .to a will be followed by a dtaeusiton. of till Cnl Arthur E- .1 Chapter
I Makes Plans present were MrsvEUk -
the speaker when the American consultant to: Volwla County I period Daughter of American f >tt Allen Mr. A. B. David.
Home Department of the De- public: send system Depart An Invitation la extended to Revolution WW' m at S p."' Mrs Frank Johnson, Mr*. '
y Land Woman dub hells ice meat of Public welfare Juvenile member of the Woman Club Tuesday at the hum of Mrs, For New Year Arthur Lane Mrs, C G, Mo t
tint tail meeting\ at I p.m. Tueda *- Court Florida Mf'lJlodICM the Junior Woman dub, and tidal Hount. 'U E. Mlnneota Casino, Mrs, B, D, MeGarran,
\ dren Horn, and Junior Service all Interested patties to come Ave. Mrs Louise McGregor Mrs, .X .
Dr, Dimmitt Is. director of the League Orthopedic center. Dr. I and hear about! the County Guidance I PUas\ for the acttvWe and F Mlke Mrs, P M. Randall \I
Voluiia County Guidance Center Dimmitt wffl speak on "A Genera i Center and its work in the :. buslnea meeting conducted bMr \ I program for the coming season Mr, Clara Runyan Miss Eliza 1
and clinical' and admtolMra Orientation ol tht Volosia I I community *, Maynard McNecley rtw I were discussed at the opening teeth Sattnthwait, and Mr*.
live directory of community and, County Gtdanct Center" This A uncial hour will follow and a man of the AHD. meeting of the Ron CIrcle of the I Robert Straws,



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Miss Margaret Nix. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph! X, Nix
121 luelt Avt, baa graduated from 8L Vincent HcwptUl School
et Nursing, Jacksonville, Margaret la a graduate of DeLand High f t, r
School In the elaaa of 1M1 and wan a member of the Keyettt: serv- m l e
let Club She la presently employed at West Voluaia MemorialHospital.

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St. Therese Circle, Rosary-Altar

Society Plans Coming ActivitiesAt -

the regular monthly meetIng prepare a membership router
of the St. Therese Circle ef for each member of the circle .
St. Peter Rosary.Altar Society for the next meeting, Plana I
held recently at the home of were" formulated by the circle
Mrs. Norman Wedeldnd. Rich for programming and refreshments ?
Ave., several of the 200 dolls for the November meetingof ,,,t ) ,
which the circle member aredreaetg the RIIRry.A1tar Society, at
for the Fall Festival which tim the St. Therein Circle: t'
were on display The doll are will be the hostess circle. r art wok. ,
being dressed In costumes of Doll Booth CAre I aay '
foreign countries. Nuns garb Mrs Cecil Stover was named rcase Aa hlop ,
and various phases of American chairman of the decorating committee cl TinaY
dress, new and old for the circles 'Doll And'r
Mrs Robert Earl announcedthat Booth at the St. Peter* Fall \ Ay oar
Norman Right Orchestra Festival She will be assisted by Jclcct''N .. i .
.' would be furnishing the music Mr.* Mattingry! Mr*. Bruce :,, Pst, ,
for the circle. "Happy Holiday Clary Mrs' Creston Johnstonand
\ Dance;' to be held at the Elk I Mrs. Richard Calkins, 488Tl. : ; ,
dub on Dec 29, The committee, Mrs Robert Earl: will be gotten Y t Vi if Pto
has made arrangement for the for the October meeting of pr
printing of ticket. and the securing the circle at her home en N:
of door-prize for the Holiday Clara AveAssisting. ( ,
nd9 care
I event Mrs Wedelrind is co- t
I Mrs Michael ,Baldautf reported hostesses wert: Mr. Frank 1 .4) how h'kl
\, \ that the turkey dinner recently Gasparovich Mrs, Charles', f D p eyy,, enct'gnd fiver fr.-J jv" tc :ill 1. ,.}'Ad r,'
I held for the Vneflt of the Farva Mrt-nJerom Queeney, m nat'6d' S ; P y f'Picbt'n
house committee of the church I Mr*. George Rents and Mr. rtr ot a the bef o'onder / rehete'J' ;
hf, k UtennN,Tie xafe! o .
Reeve enney
war a success, with over three George N.Ut'IPI. '\') .
w0r .
hundred attending the ctln ndrwrea ur .IJUrld'libo..1'altJo.. I.. .
persons {, ana r t"111 ,
dinner. = 9rnan an i frertlrnG fo htatcy ftc, blenrfa bt ron dark cotes '
) Bake Sale. Family HospitalityIs to yp H ehade'e, Jar t. pynG uahty, "' d tvtth tAll' Ao prlrlta i"11 .
Two bake .ale* art In the t after prlre II :l "'ar tonfld io
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offing for the month of October, to j| d R, "z g e6't .nnoD
Mr*. Eugene Snyder, president Program At la. '
of the circle, announced. The '
Boy Scout of St. Peter parish
will be sponsoring a bake salt in HD Club Meeting

I the parish hall on Oct. IT. and -
I the St. Monica Circle of the note from the De. L l '
Rosary.Altar Society will hold Land Public Library for the Rift -- 1"
the monthly bake alt on Oct. of three book was read it Friday
U. ', meeting of the DeLand. '
Th member of the circle Horn Demonstration dub la the r tI
were reminded that they were Florida Power Lounge.
to hive charge of Altai1 car for Other correspondence read!
the month of October and were was regarding the "AG" BuildIng -'
assigned their varied duties Home Demonstration dub ,
Mr. Frank Butterworth will ar- and t H dub. I I
ring,the flower for the Altar Mrs Gaston played the piano .
during tile month. for group singing,
Mr. John Matrlngly. speaking Mr. Edna !:by; horn demon-
far the Orel'* Visitation Committee Stratton agent wa In charge of
making weekly visit tit the program on "Family Hospitality !'
the Latimer Nursing Home, told ," Table Manner and
of the elderly patients with the Table Appointment." Mrs
harmonizing of old songs, hymns !:by'* program war the first ef
and in taking part In the "candy the study on Family Llf Educa
break during the afternoon tion. The program pointed up the .
of visitation. The circle member need ,for family !hospitality. .
began plans for a special Homemaker need to realize that "
Chrlxtma program for the hl'ne"fit correct table service contribute I
of the patients at the homt.. to an atmosphere for children .
Altar-Car learning' and using approved
Mr. MaWngly also reported utile manner That manner -
on Altar Care in her capacity I and etiquette are a tool for social Olt
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of vie president of the RosaryAltar relationship Cisterns and iI '
Society and chairman ef I Courtesies. Offer but that the I
the Altar Care CommitteeSt I same general rule are useful.
Peter' Of A will hold ha Hospitality I II "learned fa the
first meeting of the Fill teuon borne through daily living and]
tonight; Ma. Mafflngly announced. practice. Mr*. Eby toM the ,

group 'Men' Uan-Lon Knit Shirts
During the evening group pie- During the bunine meeting Drc 8 Shirts And Sport Shirts

lure of the officer and membership th* Bomlnating committee wee !
of the drd wen taken appointed. Serving art Mr, E. Volue-Priccd Penney Day 1 'aIL'N Fear Dacron &,Cotton

by tie scrapbook chairman Mr. Ella. Mr. Herman and Mn.
Virginia Nelson. Cora Simmon {: : : ii

) .. Grc Yeoman offered to Hncteaae. Mr.were George Mr*.Hoitcmaa.Mr 3. 3. Tutweiler. .. 'J afa..U.I t 2 for $5 244 .

C C. Jacob. Mr*. Ella*.
King's Beauty Shop Mr. Camin Pottck aid Mr*. i Hajidmel ly tttled Ban-Len nylon polo in elmle Trim-t p rtd. lofl, or short sleeve shirts ttt Dacron

t11-i! N gavial Frieda Poke Interlock knit Fuhion collar and placket art I looped potynttr and fir combed eott store a4 Uttl-or-ito-
;;= art t for longer w.*r, neater tppearanct And they're m.- 1ton1n,. Whit or handsomely ped dregs hlrt -

srtaut, $ JC Among The Sick I chine wifhable-won't shrink out of *lz*. Hint stock sport thiN .galore! Yowl find )'our'. '.vorit .collar..

$11 NAVE isf Chart* S. inks.E. New Tort j up now 1<< hoW r gifting! dues. .
Ave. tilt 0I1JI0.pde 1 .U 1 4J 1II'.41.t..4' n 1.....
4 It a patient at Bulky Wool Sweaters "
Ht ..*.....>..>* J-7' aecttoa e< fee Baits\ Dte-
SHAMPOO A Sn ...... $ blot Hospital Dayloea Beach .I Hand Knit Look! Buy Now and Save! Electrjc
Hi* la room

Full fashioned shaker' lout; iA Blankets BeaulifullBoxcd

Forms Costemort ef! lipovtrs And tuAlguai V* at' ,
To lisa "
necks collars sew necks! 788 :" t
White blue, pink Mg I
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&IW tts yea Stretch Corduroy Slacks slag
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*.. hay I *sea1 a.l a. saw getpe/ III For Sleek'Fit! {' If x 14*. dual eentrel l ,? IJ.M
nl e..., orders **4 beadle prtsese Cart at 5..e. Machine wsihabl rayon and cotton W-loft Super

Order *r .ai *e plane W441U rre IMNtryt Stretch fabric In wide wale ., r e .... nap ten ah.'tno y eat replwement fuira te ,tJ

Ucwsed Printer corduroy. Proportioaed for 333 .-, r 'tnkewarmwatef t* f* % i
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Duplicate Miss Sharon Lynn Brock Exchanges Wedding Vows With Garden( Club '.,!,:r.':' "'''''.'''

Bridge Winners Kenneth R. Suter In Baptist Church Rites, Wheatley, Ky. Activities hI'

Mri. George Pearsall directed
the nine tables of duplicate Against a simple background t'wt' x 'I y i I DlanlhiM of the CirceMembers Dlanthus Hr-

bridge In play Friday night at of greenery, Steer baskets of ''a d I IW fie of the Garden Club of De- 1
the DeLand Bridge Club, Deer- white mums and pompons accented for the first
will meet
toot Rd. / with lighted tapers In candclabrai Land
: k of the season at 12':MI
North-south winner were: Mr. Ml** Sharon Lynn II\I meeting RetfauramI
and Mrs Norman Meyer tint; Brock and Kenneth R. Suter ; 4rH serr"9 I Members pm at of Rymal's the executive board
Mn. Ida B. Wilson and Mrs. spoke their wedding vows yesterday will be hostesses for the "Dm.Treat" .-!! ,
Joanne Paulk second; Mri. In the Dallanburg Baptist luncheon. Mi1A e'
Edna RMlly and Mrs. Frank Church WheaUey Ky. 'Dried'ur
will on
Austin, third: Mr. and Mrs The Rev. Charles DuPeer officiated Frank"
George' Peanall, fourth. at the doublertng ceremony ages. -etiI
East-west winner were: Mrs and Mrs Peter Rleper, i i Magnolia Circle Orr v $
Earle Sanborn and Mini Ethel Detroit, Mick, organist, aunt of 1 Ralph Townsend wW be the a
Johnson, first; Mrs. A. Q. besom the bride, presented a programof 1 speaker at a meeting of the
and Cot.! James Smathers, see0 nuptial music. Magnolia Circle of the Garden
<< d; Mr. and Mrs C. R Andrew The bride Is the daughter of Club of DeLand, at 10 a.m Fn
third; Mr. and Mrs E. Mrs. 0. B. Brock, 123 E. Kentucky bra Y day at the home of Mrs. Frank
t Walters fourth. Ave, and the late Mr. Valentine, Lake Ruby Rd. Mrs
The next duplicate bridge Brock, and the bridegroom lithe i Margaret Earlv and Mrs. Ger
im will he at 1 p.m. Thursday son of Mr. and Mis. Elbcvt 1' aid Frlerson will hIP hostess. IOO' AA ,,Ia
iji the Doerfoot Rd. Clubhouse. Suter Wheatley Ky. Mr. Townsend will use as his .
The bride, given In marriageby topic "Annuals and Perennials."
VFW Auxiliary Meet her brother, James Brock,
Azalea Circle
wore a traditional wedding gownof
Member of the ladles Auxlll- Chantilly lore The fitted 1 The first meeting for the newyear
pry to the Veterans for Foreign bodice was fashioned with around i for members of the Azalea
Wars Post will meet at 8 p.m. neckline and long tapered j Circle of the Garden qub of
tomorrow sleeves ; DcLand will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday
at the VFW Post ending in points at the h << JAt'11.
<(< Home S. Alabama Ave. I wrists The full !length skirt was s at the home of Mrs. ,
--. -'"' ----- complimented with a detachable Clyde C Bennett, 601 N. Boston '
chapel train, Her cloud ol Ave Mrs Tandy Jones, and Mothers Draw Booth Assignments For Fall Festival
bridal silk Illusion veiling flow. ?1 ly. A Mrs, Leo Fugle will be I'
ed from a crown\ of seed cones
pearl I
At an> informal coffee last week In the Florida Power Lounge homeroom mothers of the Bos.
to elbow She
length. carried
bouquet of white roses.Bridal a S r r HlblwiM Cirri I, ton Ave. School, Parent Teachers Association, made plans. and drew for assignments for booths for
.0 The annual fall breakfast at annual Fall Harvest Festival.
OTINTI'\ AttendantMrs. !Morris\ Restaurant at S a.m. Mothers drawing for booth assignments are pictured above from left with Zeral Mallard, pro.
s.. ....p r.... Wayman Wlttman, Houston ( Tuesday will open the season for I jects chairman, and Mrs. Donald Lawrence, homeroom mother, for Mrs. Barney Peppersack's sixth
/N.wM.wb w4w. ...i/. Tex., slater of the bride member of the Hibiscus Circle grade; Mrs. T. H. Aaron homeroom mother, Mrs. Emmett Asbcraft's third grade. (Sun News
..". .""... I. was matron of honor. Brldca- of the Garden Club of DeLand.Members Photo by Hunter)
.... .. -. maid were Ruth Brock, Detroit. ai'reminded! to
I _I-. ...M., r..rS. ... Mich., another sister of tht bride, coupons for the Garden Club.folnneftla I rll' DEUNO (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY I
-Mil, ....' I and Mlal Rita Suter, Wheatley. iI Harvest Festival
Ky.. sister of the bridegroom !! i ,; 1 t.J: fj ('IreleI
They wore gowns of ribbon .'! .. .. .. ,t I Member of the Polnsettla Clr- .
H0RMONE .Ir; Palm
turquoise taffeta fashioned with ; ..,,, '..JI ) ( rle of the Garden Club of De- Blanton, 439 Terrace;
.\, Discussed At Fish, West Volutla Mrs. Roena A. McBride, !535! W
fitted bodices and controlled! bell :, \\1.. .Itf" Land will meet at 1:30: p.m. Friday i
I SHIM butterfly I the Ohio Ave.; Patricia Ann Pot,
skirts, detailed with large I for opening meeting of Hospital; Records
bows in the back. They & ', ,J",:, the season at the home of Mrs. Orange City.DISJILSSALS.

Look Yount.r- wore matching pillbox hats with : 'I. i I John I.. Boyle, 511V, Ohio Informal Coffee Tile e.lswlep _.... ..... _
,'... Youngtrlti4 nose length veils and carried ,, t /..: t. Ave bibs Margaret" / Lawslng will ...n _.'"1. ..... _...... W Miss Louise R. Reuteman, 2:1 .
bouquet of yellow talisman :. ,. be co hostess, Mrs. Bates will The Florida Power Lounge was lot o.La.4 Sim MMH KM ri Kensington St.; Ma. Virginia

.t Away ." .,tI. WrbMel, .rose.. 'AI; ,'iO. give the program" on "Miniature the scene Thursday morning for FKh'MemorialDISMISS W Williams. 339 N. Stone St.. i
A..n.f ... RORMONIX iMUTY8ERUM Jerry Stafford served ai best Cardcns, Members are reminded the annual Homeroom Mother's A U Mrs. Daisy T. Diddams, Orange!:
b M O""t. T 4,.|.. deny man and ushers were Guy Whitehead \ to bring: coupons, labels and coffee.! This Is the time each C. A. French, Glenwood.WV City: James Blair, Orange City
MM ."".".. 1 bn ....,hd i
IMM and Donny Locke. '4f' > ''ttt I trading ntampn.Social when final made
; plans are
.ft....luppliM NHUIMIIM daily .11.! .. ...._..:..;... -!:!: year Memorial' -
Mil *f 1...1. ktraiMM_h....... For her daughter's wedding -.. .. I for the Fall Festival with each SMITH DAt'GHTER
Mrs. Brock wore a gold and homeroom mother assuming responsibility
MMMTf til f_W.JWlkfolnM l. ",.... HH(.*pTMlUwily > with' apricot rnttalle aheath dross with IU.... Kenneth B. Suitor Notes. for ont midway at. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Willa Jean's I bronze accessories and her cor traction. DeLeon<< Springs, are the par.
: Luilii. Skll Itttt Mui, saga was of bronze mums The coffee is sponsored by the ents of a daughter weighing!
MMlin; ffik. ....... ........,. Reception Follow Becky Riley, alec of the bride. and her corsage from her bridal Boston Ave. School Parent- eight pounds, one ounce, bornat Hair Styling Salon I.
A.* w itMlf, k Miu H', limn iIHM A reception followed the ceremony kept the bride's book. bouquet. and Comments Teacher Association. Mrs. Don 4:15: a.m. Oct. 2. and
..fful IMl4w4 h..3.000 For a wedding trip-the bride After
M M f Oct. IS" the newlywedswill ADMISSIONS:
.... ..... in the church parlors. The Lawrence, homeroom mothers j
I U. tout chose Emerald be
pot green .jacket at home In 0. W. '
I,'. .......leit, t.i-mn, ... ibm bride's table, overlaid with a dress with'dark' JVhcaUeyv Ky.. chairman was hostess and Introduced Weaver! 524 N. Florida Deeya ;
41 a dry. white lace tablecloth held the green'accesmrles where the' bridegroom la engaged Sir and Mr*. Harvey Gohn. the guests Ave.? Mrs. Elise Parsons, 506
MS IIT StlfflY UM II M< (.. ntlrinlMk. lot.....,mull the cake wire candelabra spending the summer In Hendersonvllle welcomed the newcomersto Pascale, Route three; Eddie Lee I Open d Dart A Week!
in tlu.|. M-try II*. a..),>ticMKiltup with burning tapers A low arrangement N. C., returned home the Boston Ave. School. He hey .v11I1 Iy A..I"''''.", j'
s s fnrMl ugr. CALENDAR Thursday. gram I
.... sad! ... fll I lr.W. ...|.1". of white roses also reaffirmed the Fall Festival Learning From Others," the : 114 t. nick AV.1 Ph. ru-ms
the table. date be Nov. 14 from 5 9
fMHfn-Iwaap..pIw.' |.l .... graced 31st George! Nicholson N. to to theme of the I
ll,.tl HORMONEX BEAUTY SERUM Assisting at the wedding were This calendar of events la supplied by the various club. and Sang Soucl Ave., left yesterdayfor p.m. on the playground at the year's program. --
!...?. 0.1, II U HIM .... too Dip Mrs H. T. Riley, Owenton, Ky., erganlsatlona. Tbt Sun News la not responsible for programs that Jacksonville where she! will school. A dinner will be servedIn
tuff If ..t, ".00 pl.. ,... 0. .MTntoiry and Mrs R B. Riley, Ghent, do not tdhert to the achedult listed below. Any changes! must bt visit for week In homeof the school cafeteria from 5 I
c....,_ D........, Vff of the bride. in our office by Wadntsday preceding date of a the new T
Ky. aunts publication. to
,,,..... her son and daughter-in-law
I h.
sad Drug 'MONDAY: p.m.Wiring
,', Among the out of town guests I Dr. and Mrs. Charle* A. Luckfe. CheckedAll Gotta Vacate !
were. Mr and Mn. S. B. Riled, ill.M; +WtJt Votuala Democratic Woman's Club, District One, electrical wiring for lights
DeLand, Waymaa Wlttman, .t Calico Kltchan Restaurant Mr. and Mm. G. A. Barnes and power will be checked out '
S1ti/ I Houston Tex, Mr. and Mrs. 1:30: -D>Ltnd Humane Society, Covered Dish l Supper, Florida. I'' and their son Michael, left Friday Friday evening, Nov. 13 and Thai Vtluti Will NtTtr B. 1R.peated
Walter Brock, Lexington, Ky.. Power Lounge meeting at T30 p m for their home In Wendall, chairmen of Booths using electrical 1
.Air and Mrs. Alton Caldwell and 30-avltan Club, Calico Kitchen Restaurant N. C? after spending two weeka power art asked to have In'DtL.nd
family ButJerj Ky., Mr. and 1JO: -:JBt. John' Chapter No 4 RAM, Masonic Temple visiting with Airs. Barm*' parents the appliances on the school
JJrllg Jnc. Mrs. S. S. Riley, Carrolltod, Ky., I:00-St.: John's Council No. IT, R48M Masonic Temple I air. and Mr*. John V. grounds that evening. 1\
Mr. and Mri. Bill Lanter, Cincinnati ..OO-VFW AuiillmrirVrW Poat Home .. Alabama Ave Jlti.'alluln, N Boulevard. Mrs. Owen Galaher, project. 60 DARK \
I 1:00: -BPOE; Lodge 1t3, clubhouse: 8. Clara AvtJt
Ohio, Mlal Emily Riley, co-chairman: announced that $
TUESDAY: .... Dr. bite Mojrer, 1501 S. Boulevard SEERSUCKER
ill N. Blvd, 7M-M17 Newport,Riley Ky.,,and Madison Dr. and Ind.Mri.Shlrmer 13ooKlwanla: hub, Calico Kitchen Restaurant. local veterinarian Is attending prizes be for distributed the various to attractionswill the booth

----- 1:15: -20th Century Club, Calico Kitchenl45Lions the 35th Annual meetingof ,
chairman prior to Nov. 14.
: Club, clubhouse, N. Oarfleld Ave. the Florida State Veterinary DRESSES
Mrs. Joe Allison, dinner chairman
.00-Knights of Pythias Myrtle Lodge 21, C of P Hall Medical Association to be held
distributed dinner
a.00-Amtrlcaa Home Department Woman'a Clubhouse at the International Inn, Tampa,
I.OO-fiUver Moss Camp, RNA, VFW Post Horns, opening today and continuing among the room mothers and shag 10 io 18
asked that each endeavor to sell
8. Alabama Ave
IiiU11 l:00-fiportaman: Club of West Vol usia. Clubhouse. N. then Rd. through Tuesday.HAPPY I to the parents la their home REG. $14.98

I '" IJO-Alcoholics: Anonymous. 4N: W Rica Ave, Phon(. 7344613 BIRTHDAY TODAYTO rooms.Booth
WEDNESDAY: : Henley A. Sweat, Maude M. Asftlgnmenla
7:00: a.m.-CBMC breakfast meeting, Calico Kitchen) Green, Mr. W. J. Rhode Jr., Thc rooms, teachers and
L Restaurant and Charles 1, Otis. booths are as follows: 3 PAIRS LADIES' MO. $lt$ SIll SVi I
+ THE SHOE 1:30: -VFW Auxiliary card party at post home. Open :to public. FIRST GRADES: Mrs. detus
1:00: -Order of DeMolay, Mationio Temple QUOTE FOR THE DAY: Let hot dogs; Mrs. Emmett SHOES. '2.98OUT
THAT'S T:00: -DeMolay Mother'a Circle. Masonic Temple The day of small nations has Ashcraft, Sponge Throw; Mrs. . .
a Y ,{ 7:SO-Licensed Practical Nurses Asn., Dlv. 29 West Voluala passed away; the day of Empires John Hathaway, train ride.
I Memorial Hospital has come Joseph Chamberlain SECOND GRADES: Mrs R. S.
A WHOLE 7:30: -CIvll Air Patrol Cadets at DeLand Airport. Chauvin, country store; Mrs. THEY GO ONI CROUP
s4 Senior Squadron meets at I.I.OOWWI Ralph Harper, fish pond.
WAY OF Barracka 484 and Auxiliary, American Leon NGA Make Plans I THIRD GRADES; Mrs. Dale SUMMER DRESSES
THURSDAY: (Miller, dance; Mrs. Gilbert Ly-
1:00: -DeLand Duplicate bridge Club, Detrfoot Road clubhouse can, colas.
open to the public For IngatheringTen FOURTH RADES: Miss Yells, l "mbtri. Caftan
::4&-Elka Family Supper Elks Clubhouse Irene Campbell Cakewalk; Mrs. Jwnltrt, Miser, Nalf4btbRE6UUI
1:00: -JavCtes dinner meeting Hotel Putnam directors and representatives Ann Phillips ball throw.
I.OO-Rebekah Lodit II. Odd Fellows Hall of the Needlework Guild of FIFTH GRADES: Mrs. James TO $
1.00-EpMlon Oamma Chapter Epsilon: Sigma AlphaS America met recently at the V. Demarest, record throw; Robert
00-Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 112, at Lodge home of Mrs Arthur Candler to Newby bottle throw.
FRIDAY: make plans lor the annual NGA SIXTH GRADES: Mrs. Barney 3-5-6
12lS: -Rotary Club lunch meeting. Hotel Putnam
ingathering The annual event peppersack. candy ;
7:JO-Tourist Club card party Tourist clubtouat: Miss Florence Larlmort, dinner.
will be Oct. 29 at ttt First Fret-
7:30: -DeLaod Duplicate bridge Club, Dttrfoot Road Clubhouse I
byterian Church. UNGRADED CLASS: Mrs.
to the
Open public.
The following members were Robert N. Colvlg. pony rides.
appointed to be In caarft of 29 ONLT MAIOENFORM, FORMrTT, SARONG

Date Time or Dance TimeYou I I G.schools Benford.and Childrea's agencies Home Mrs. Society H.' 'AN Chapter PEO PANTY GIRDLES

of Florida Mrs. E. .J.
can drtas beautifully oa 4 Morehous, Orange CIty, Duvall
LIFE limited budget if you choose from Horn for Retarded Children; Opens Season AtLuncheon.Meet IEL $0O lEG. $2S lEe. REG. '
our largo selection of Mrs. J. C. Haley, local nursing $151 suo S7.9S $350 s.n 51'
association; Mrs Mlaa .
Semi-Formals Avt. School i Mn. WU- ,
lIam PadgKt. Demptlt Brewater It ONLY SMALL MAIDENfORM
e Dance or Dressy Frocks School: Mrs. J, J. Forbes DtBary The lint meeting ot the fall fORMfTf, SARONG
Euclid Elementary School; season toe member of AX
ef Mrs. C. S. Jenks and Mr*. L, B. Chapter PEa opened with a REGULAR GIRDLES
'I Loveland George Marks ScbonI; covered dish luncheon at the

loci, chiffon, purl silk. I bliss Laura Sue Justice and Mrs !home of Mrs. Edward Furlong uSSL00 $LGO0s23' 'Sls! '298 lEG. '325
lomi' metallic brocade Let' MacFariant, Eltmentary W. Pennsylvania Ave. $MSt i
School. Mr*. Furlong was asalsted by' _
btnjolint tr crops I Mr*. W D. Riley awl Mrs member of the social committee I ONLY: ftCG. 51.0
in L T. Wood will lie la charge ..f which Mrs. William Peeplea I*

a basic slim or ftminintly r 4, 'I I of M.the Whitman Memorial will la Mr charged *. W. chairman.were Other fra. Edward oa the Rime comminet MEDIUM SIZE' GIRDLES .. .. ... .. .. .......3.25

ruffled full skirted or planning a program to ful- Mr*. Clarence Martin and Mr*. ONE: ONLY KEG.: ....,

the thift type also twopiec.or I low the display of artirlet.Mr Donald Yaxley.Mr LARGE SIZE GIRDLE
*. W. L. Colt and Mr*, a *. Chester K. Feraj. pretl- .:.,, 4.98
the wiry nw discotheque I F. Craig will be co-chai men taj deal; presided at tht short bast- ONE ONLY ,
itylinj. Sins 5-1S ond S-1J. 4 i charge of arranging for the tea teas meeting, prectdtag the pro MtONO SUX: U *&G. U.M

O>a1 l efcfiwa> tot U eenplelely at MIne at OM eta mBM Also, half tins and pititis.PRICtS to follow tilt program and dlIplay gram.Mr. ZIPPER GIRDLE ...._... '5.00
of article donated' by *. John Vaughea, orteatatoa ...... ... .
JIIw t you nttt votltm sfita 41ft flu rto* I
I1N8 rntmlMn. caalranaa. tile I ONLYEXTRA
gave prt-
E\IIItr h.AdA..4&ne ttl5 ideesatsd OlIlb1j1.beeMWga.f4
trlda eI tM Datsr t t .fma\ .....urti. | ,IM-Uk. At FIOM LARGE
*SA UftfcfvtJflt Reabili y. Supplt iMttart spsoally taAAtVt MttM lit s; gt,54 >11:&. ai..

Mr tiaM....tat m rtapttiwklt tor iN tell aMafMtabU ML $1198 to $2998 RUMMAGE SALEFriday GIRDLES ,........,..2.98. '3.50 '4.98

ZtUrottt favetitzId4 daep alms o.J.y... .

$1495 Saturday, Monday & Tuesday ALL SALES jj//

October 2, 3, 5 & 6 '


; 109 East New York Ave.
DRESS SHOPOtaaa.tlM.a ...... ..... P'II' ?
: Jeuw w_ 1 TO NOITN
: .DDr ,,8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DIe__ MUUVAWDeland

117 .North. Or Acrtt( My****) H... 734-1421 ; lit w-. SpMMfM t j Si. FilM KtMrj AHw Ittttt Op.. R aeL b bl0 jFa 5rd AI al W.da.s q I





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Dock VIIi on May Fight StrikeRestritome lint Order '.j?

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: j b + .( tt k u 1 I NEW YORK (AP) Dockworker I New York, which at posh emI 1,000 Houaton and Galvea- agalnit the swift U-dtyt'r tern.porary '
*, bowing to a 10-diy I I ploy bout 39,000 naton long- ton longshoremen were back on order aid added that h* '
federal trainlng! order began ahoremen, oily nine work<< gang* the Job Friday night. was preparing to fight the gft- \
.. ... returning to work Friday night wen. requeited at hiring enItn. In New York: Friday night day Injunction hearing next
: ,. I and Saturday after a two day I Then art. 20 men It a Lout Waldman top ILA ooun- week let by U.s. Wit. Court
1-\. ', walkout liom Main to "'x... gang, plua two tractor driver sal voiced the apparent' ,..tnt. Judge Frederick\ VaiPelt Bry- I
:a : But there wan aa Indication and a foreman. ment of lame union leaden I 111.
I i the International Longshore- I Today 171 gangs about 3.100
I men'i Auoclitlon. representing men were on call somewhat *
Cuba Form Committees I
i 60,000 men would tight an BOo under the aormal Saturday Youngsters
f ; | day cooling,off period under the I work fore
i I I Taft Hartley Act. A hearing baa They began at ,
reporting piers MIAMI been scheduled for next Thuri- shortly !before I a.m. to work .
I day. tense committee now ire functioning of the chlldren'i committee I
at premium payor $.19 an ,
In Havana the Cuban la "to erltlclM I
I riCKCTS RIIO'OI : hour a* compared to the uiual trrorsof
I picket line were with. I $, .26. Mot appeared eager to radio said Saturday.A thai who hive been mil-
drawn Friday morning. ILA take advantage of the Saturday broadcast monitored In Miami taken *
Preildent Thomas Gleaaon said I work: after losing two days' pay salt the youngsters group The broadcast said alio that
he could not ettlmit how many One returning worker laid are modeled on the block commltteei the traiuport ml nil try an>
of the docker would report for Dec. 20 la the new strike deadline for detent of the Fidel pounced establishment of an authority
work over the weekend line commenting "Ifi ]Just he- Cute revolution. These block \ to admlnliter an of
such work require tlme-anda- fore Christmas and It would bea committee witch for counterrevolutionary Cuba'i porti.
half pay and a guaranteed minimum hen of a time to go out on activity among the MaJ. Humberto Ciitelld wu
I of four hours wot k. itrlke. people and also handle adminlatratlon named director of the pert of I
Friday night I In the port of : On the Cult Coast however I of ration cards. I Havana
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Articles; To Be Sold By Episcopal Women At Sale v ad y. I

>Xplicoptl! Church Women, St. Birniba Bpl: +copal Church, Mr .. A. C. Nlelaen. Mr*. WII., Bank, and ),(n. Ills Wilson, members. ,
of the committee, arc looking over some o( the item that will be for ..1. at btu two day rununai Bate ipoiuored by Ue group Frldiy 111
and Saturday at 109 1:. New York Ave., from I a.m. till 4::JO each da. ". (Sun Nw" Photo by Hunter d
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Century Club Past Matrons Club Edna Lang WWI Veterans 484

of the Twentieth Member of the Voluila Chapter I II

120111 dub will meet at 1 186. Order of Eastern Star, Of Auxiliary SchedulePot
in Calico Kitchen Put Matron dub will meet Prexy 7jr i
John F Jacob will with Mn. Charles Huber 131 W. Luck LuncheonWorld I c
on mental health prob- Michigan Ave., at I p.m. Tun- ClubEdna 4
especially with children. day.OCTOBER War One Veterans Bar. i
racks and Auxiliary U4. will
Lang was elected pretl-; have a pot luck luncheon at 11:50a.m. : r
i dent of the newly formed Anchor Wednesday In the legion Y
Quo, a glrla' aervlc club Hall. W. New York Ave. Thou ,
1964 at the DeUnd High School The planning to attend art inked to
Strut organUriUonai meeting wal bring a covered dish of food,
Sept. 21 at the ichool. beverage and table service. I 1 .1 !
Other olfleeii elected were: lepers* meetings will follow I
YOU Will WALK 65,000 MILES.It Marguerite Prevail, vie prl- the luncheon. Member of the
li estimated the tWif pert.* walks thai dent; Jan. Byen. recording sea auxiliary will sponsor a dint
far dun n, a UfeUme. Of c.or.. It ta dew !. retary; France Prevatt, cone auction and plant ill*. AH World I VOLUSIA I1'I
short trip across a room a walk araad the iponding iertary! Karen War One Veterans aid their : :
T blocks la stores while ihepptng.a Bach, historian: Laura Root. wives art welcome.
treasurer and Julie watt chap I
Moll peopl* bur shoes that are ilf Ilik at the During the meeting the roamhen 'IntroductionTo PHARMACY ;
ipeu of comfort. Tea high hl threw the discussed plaaa for the i
body off .I..e.. A wU proc*.lk. U t* .*. homecoming float to be entered
led a. depeadabl aha stars aad fallow IU in the parade and a committee: Duplicate'Set free ruklag III less ., 0., llere I I I I
fitter' adds about alas aid ikap. Ofte ion was appointed Future plans lay I
**. gl both *.mf." aed ilyl*. dud a tea for the press and a \
tilt election of a iweotheart. Club
KNOW FOOT SORES OR INFECTIONS. Other member of the club By < o "" First Aid SPRAY
NEVER .f aathepttr. ., are Janelle Lan,. Madeleine : ? MERTHIOLATEoSfcTc: : 3:130= .y
If Immediate (ppUcaU**
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BATHE TOUR FEET DAILY. chored, W.Daubers. Hold" diy morning from ':30 aII\i to
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a little alder water follow** ay a under the cniirmanihip of lira. s ;isG' PAIN RELIEF Rub J.'OAc i
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pr.i.cttn fool comfort follow' this pU.. 01 Interested In outdoor lame will be conducted by two '"
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Anyone Interested may obtain the scaring and other "eatiJ
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J. Burnett HalloweU 734 1737. bridge and duplicate. / '
The first meeting will anaerobic Introduction to duplicate! U I i I ,:+ REG. 100 m a ""fter I
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South Viet Nam 'Problem'


DIEGO Calif (AP) SolutionThere
-Th. Pineapple Kid met Defies Quick Easy

I Miis Dawn,, Cope lor a' 'la d tt
blind date Inspired by a By BZ1EK COBLBSu '
"" "" not that floated from San said In South Viet Nam he New SUtf Writer.
is no quick or easy solution Rotary dub at the Hotel Put. son
Dingo to Honolulu
i ,t aspirin bottle. an to the "problem" of South Sam said American\ military advisers ,
are armed and capable of re- 'r,
,' ', ( The Pineapple Kid It the Viet Nam. Rotarlsns learned U. S. POLICY
I nickname<<; for merchant Friday during a panel.discussion Policy of the United States In touting\ when necessary! Their The Republican party If en the upswing in Volusla County and
+ ) seaman Robert Ventura of the Southeast Asian nation South Viet Nam, ai well as primary aim In that country the Democratic party la losing ita influence and power,
Ay and Its struggle world said Dr. however, la to train and advise of (short
ilk ; Ythtel ) / 24. against com throughout the Democrats have suffered from a severe case myopia
.r ,, Mist Daws Cope, how. munism. I Lycan, is to advance the Interest loral South Viet Nam troops. stghtednesi) while Republicans have spread their vision; to capital
::1. ever, turned out to be the The panel was composed of of our country ai best we Capt. Anderson was with a ize on the political blindness of some of the Democratic leaders
:'. month-old daughter of Dr. Gilbert L. Lycan head of I can in an atmosphere of peace." medium artillery unit in the This Is '". II Is not 1934 when a handful of men could control
Delta of South Viet Nam
Mr. and Mrt Richard Stetson University' Department Thli ii most difficult he declared the voters,
\ : :.: Cope, of History and Political: Science; when dealing with ag- while stationed there.MORALE The voters in Voluals County today are not dependent upon
She'i also' the drier of Dr Serge Zcnkovsky, professor gresslve communism whereverit GOOD the office holders for subsistence as they were
e, :t tle .1 ; Kevin Cope who likes to of oriental history at Stetson, attacks Essentially, Dr Morale of American troopi,stationed were In the depression days -++ -
throw bottle in the ea. and Capt. Richard Anderson, Lycan said (United States policy there is generally good Thousands of intelligent, successful and '
j jj Kevin tossed one in last United States Army, recently re Is to 'maintain life status quo he said, except in isolated stations thinking people have located here Twenty years
June. and signed his sisters turned from duty in South Viet and try to work 0 it differences where recreational opportunities ago there were few Republican candidates and !
name to this simple. Nam and presently an ROTC In. with other nations. while keeping are limited.A the majority of Democrat voted the straight
z,4 message: structor at Stetson Morgan the peace : complete military victory. ticket, '
t Dear whoever! you are, Welch' DeLand Sun News pub- Keeping the pee e doesn't In. against communism by American Those days are gone There la going to be
what ii going on wherever llshrr moderated the discussion elude "not shooting when you're troop i! out of the question more cross-party voting in the November general
you are?"' at a luncheon meeting of the shot at," however Capt. AndcrSPEAKERS under present circumstances he election than the professional Democrats

\j Some month all). Ventura ,'r_ _4" -.. .. .........-. ---_. ...- United bellevei! States In his must opinion bolster the the can visualize
fishing near WtlklklReach -1"r": I P People are voting for the Individual rather
: found the bottle I communist government until than the party more each year Being tagged
Of. lit wrote Dawn asking lor 'the people are won to a straight party: man is no longer a badge of COBLE
''date when hit ihlp arrived democracy" and are milling to commendation, There going to be cross: -vol
in San Diego, *.'' carry on the war themselves. log by registered Republicans Democrats from the national
This situation he Mid li candidates down the officers, -
j The Copes agreed to the a long- through county
''', 1 plan and Dawn was at the '' t yreImo. range goal. Politicians: are like children: .. they' refuse to learn from the
I War and revolution are nn experience of others
dock when Ventura
\I, \ IJ "t arrived So were her mother stranger to the natives of South In 1150 Alex Llttlefleld was one of the most powerful men lathe
and Kevin p 1 Viet Nam, Dr, Zenkovskv said state He was sheriff of Volusla County, chairman of the
"since county Democratic Executive Committee and of the State Committee
they have been fighting;
Here a date, said
Mrs Cop.Ventura 'for independence for 20110years He unraveled his own cloak of power when he started becoming
smiled ." Chief problem) the United Involved in ether political races
\ groped
for words, then' admitted' States laced when It was decidedto In 1991 the voters benched blm and In 195A he was out of the
that Mill aid South Viet Nam was findIng political game Littlefield was ousted by a political unknown.
Dawn li
Cope' qualified personnel to carry James Tucker was. elected not by votes for him but agalnfet!! Little-
( "quite agirh"ACE r out policies/ there he'said. field. He lasted one term and Rodney Thursby was elected sheriffIn

I ,':... d yls 1 1a Zenkovsky said the United LOSS or SUPPORTERS
iI State after World War II suddenly Thunby was reelected by a tremendous vote in 1960 but he
Chapter found itself the world has; lost many of his former supporters by getting Involved in other '
J. political races Political opponents are professionals They can
t leader and policeman' yet it
11 1 y ? didn't have enough trained personnel shake hands after a primary and get together to support the party.
But there la no such obligation on the part of defeated candidate
Slates MeetThe to fill the needs aroundthe
DAY FEATURE A loop here, a flip world in South supportersThe .
there, an occasional spin and the Flying Professor is aLit AT DEMOCRATIC MEETING Mrs. east Asia, where language, custom bitterly-contested race'for the Democratic nomination for
again. Capt. Dick Schram a U. S. Naval Officer, West Volusta Chapter of Katherine Odham Volusia County Supervisor of Registration !, religion and habit are so governor la going- to show up in croce-party voting in November.
It'. to fly after all he carries book Association for Childhood Edu Volusla County's State Representative Fred Karl and Sea
knows easy .a on and Dr, Gerald Critoph professor of American strikingly different from the '
cation will meet Tuesday' at 3:30 Scott Kelly of Lakeland had a dedicated die-hard core of nonprofessional -
how to fly lust in case the opportunity arises when he : West .
Studies at Stetson will be the
University at
p.m In the Orange City School. speakers supporters They want their man in the next race:
his The fun when the "We lacked creative
theory. begins Imagina
can prove professor a noon luncheon tomorrow at the Democratic Woman's The Democrlts had changed the state law so the governor and
leaves his precious instruction book behind after All member and other Interested Club of West V luslL The meeting will be at the Calico lion" he said, when American state officers will run starting in 1968 on presidential years,
borrowing a plane and becoming airborne Schram children in promoting the welfare of Kitchen and all members are urged to attend. Mrs. advisers went Into South VietNam This means that the governor elected next month serves only ,
1 has thrilled ainhow audiences throughout the country through the from kindergarten Odham will give a demonstration of the method used in and assumed the role of two years before he must seek re-election' '
the French "who had sided witha
elementary grades
and will display his zany acrobatics at Ml Dill Air are invited to attend. writing in a candidate's name on the election ballot Catholic minority. The maJority These defeated supporters want to get the man In the rovernnr'
Force Oct 10 during Tactical Aerospace'P chair who. they think their man can defeat two years from'
Base Tampa
Mill Esther and Dr Critoph will briefly two best
Morgan, ACE review sellers, of native are Buddhists. .
now And the GOP candidate for governor is going to draw a lot of
, Gates will be open to the public from 9 am, Until state president, will be the guest "A Texan Looks at Lyndon, and "None Dare Call it Religious friction hinders and their votes

4;p.m. speaker Treason." often prevent a cohesive government That group will vote Republican for a purpose Thursby has
-- .poUt::)'. supported Haydon Burns Democratic nominee for governor, since
MORE PATIENCE Burns first ran In 1MO Many of Karl friends were upset because
Dr. Lycan said the American Thursby was not supporting KarL When Thursby became Involved.
people" are proving more patient during the primaries In the attorney general and the state attorney .
as they become:: more aocui- 'a races, he also took a chance: on losing more friends
, JtfIml 6 w let tomed to' assuming much of the REPUBLICANS: WELCOMEThe
worlds. burden "It was not Republicans have eagerly sought and welcomed all disenchanted
long ago," reminded Democrats and Independents to their cause They'll
Rotarians, '"that many person take their vote and support now. Many of the Republican: leaden
were predicting/ that we would are paving the way for cross-party voting by actively,supporting
,t, get Impatient and pull out of some De-nocrat which they think are the better candidates for,
Berlin. But we're still there'" office This Ut smart polities They are gaining supporters for
"And we're still in South VietNam Individual candidates and that puts their movement on the ,up-
+ tr. / ," /he said, and likely to be "'
I .e v /I 'q. for an Indefinite pei'lod/ awingEvery time an 'office holder 'gets ,Involved In other political'
Concensus of the panel seemedto races in his own' party primaries, he strengthens the opposition
t he that 'patience, as well sa for the general election
military might, li Important In Before the increase in OOP candidate, the Democrats could
the struggle against the International Interfere In each others races and get away. with It. Whoever won
communist conspiracy. the primaries won the election because there was rarely Republican
opposition, '
t ,What the 014 time politician doesn't seem to understand today
., : s 1M i X11 1.. at is that If he alienates Democratic supporters in the primaries they
RFK JR. no longer are left stranded with nowhere. to go They have Republican
candidates to switch to in November
r ICs time some of the old style Democratic politicians: removed
Y SAYS DAD'JOBLESS' their heads from the sand and recognised that the political playsof
'c. w; two decades ago don t move today's audiences
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.. Governor Reveals Plan
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.,
10, son of the Democratic
candidate for the US. '
I Senate, filled out a form To Enter Law PracticeTALLAHASSEE
far the start of school and ,
gave hjs fathers occupation

.pI as "unemployed""The teacher' said that : (APGov.. .1 am pleased to have been afforded
Farris Bryant has made it official aa opportunity to become
dtdn look
t too good and I
I I : s, agree" laid the father' ; He will go Into private law" associated with this firm.
practice In Jacksonville when he aald ,
who U. S.
resigned aa attorney
his term of office end 1
general to run for next January "I shall keenly miss the association
.the office SHe with my old firm la
rt. soy "'So my son wrote In said late Friday that he I Ocala the members el whichhave !
"looking (for higher political would become a partner la the I been and are not only professional !
office': ," the father firm of Freeman, Richardson associates but dote
and Watson I friends
said personal t'
"I have el course always, I "And I shall keenly miss the
i planned to return to the private other warm, personal and bull&MS .
practice of law but have not be.fore associations which have
now had the time to form made Ocala so very dear to me
i I r _a.riiv.j ForeigtiAid: definite arrangements' ," the governor I cannot however! be' blind to
r .! isle"My the opportunity which: this new
( : M plans are now made, and association affords"

Bill I
Okayed, : 1
I II I There Is No SubstituteFor

tress has approved spending Experience.
.. VI Clctntdjel S,.rt Ceipe-wiU new SvtryJiM. ro /. 112S billion- for foreign aid. Just .
N $267 million less thai Presides
II Johnson asked last January,

e If what uaitftt take the wheel' And the final, foreign aid anthcrtzattoa "LING"
\ ,you see. moves golf, ,you bill paused Friday
as the !Seth! Congress rushed
.,. toward adjournment went
t (V _"_ ('-GlUUUU-.te411O"" ) I tfu-ough/ without the coatrover.stal JJACOB $ I
rider i* legislative apportionment .

: ,0000e look at these lea>Zeiridtltanes! tens 7011 it's tot kind of car Jet-smooth ride even smoother and more stable. i. whick had tied op the

I a you Just couldn't buy' before irithout getting Into the higher On top of that, )'Ou..JOt. the kind of space and comfort'you'd Senate Here,for la brief six weeks.1s the final box Hat the business I

\ )'riee bracket&. But OD'drirevffltellyou a Jot more. pay a lot mote than a Chevrolet price for. And thee score on foreign aid. for the experience plus

You're got your kin of carjaa going? for yon. There's an even kind of elegance, too. Like the look of line walnut on th.lmpm's. fiscal! year which stared Jury 1$ the understanding I

e half doses available this year-nythinj name from a quieter new Instrument panel The tailored wall panels under/ the f rarae-. Asked by President Johaeoa: of the problemsof ,

: 6 to a V8 with the authority ef 400 hp. lei curved' windows.. And Body by fiaher bmanshlp. $Un Oiling bUUoe.authorized_ for aid those who

j And the road feels like satin because our engineers. Beginning to feel like It's your kind cf carT.There'll spending; UJOT bfflioa. i" needhospital

v rime up with anew Fun Coil suspension system, teamed nI: be JlO doubt*< about It when you drive the real thing at Actual money appropriated: mar
car l
: It with a .Wida-SUae design, and made our. famous your Chevrolet dealer's.C..Jb.asftnlek .,- SIS bailee.
.- The Senate had passed a s'Wltrapgndntmnt '.

,_. 1'.. for W-chnoel.t, Client"", Perry //, Curralr c.rntteo.r "..l.r'a.. that it was the "rider.***.-el saying Cm-; ELECT ME 't

1"1'" that the courts! g' slew. in TO ,TOW
ei-tite ordering states to empty with a
t r ,11" Supreme Court Tallaj that butt WEST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL BOARD
huH legislatures b. apesrttoeed -
(ft But the rider was dmrpri j ''W111I A SYkVATKiTtc uwttjuMeow
,'"'" ., Thursday la a Senate Ham fOI TIOSI tai IIBD.IPIIISaeaI .
I VKO BOULZVXED, DELAND. FLA. PHONE 734-2661: conference to reconcile dlBer
t ,.. _GIll ta rneaswea pajeed by Ur. raid ror By L. L. tUlle> Jscebe
., h. e, : the two chambers.

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IT PALM BEACH ?1a. way far UI to regaiiw trength. would fee. diitribut directly to problem which cannot continueto ; i Exclusive j
A bold, but simple. I and preeervt eur Individual 11- the American voter en a per be Ignored. The book was a J.
make every American i bertle It guarantee fanprove- capita !basic TIle only! requirement peat atimulattert to my own I
iv t era. profit-*haring partner Inithl I Went el the general welfare for sharing In the ittlenal thinking, and I am sure will : ,
.attont free enterprts sya- without acrUirlng personal dividend payment would be voting have a similar effect on other THE
Item kit been advanced by JohniHSferry rights, freedom and dignity to la the n.ttllllal.lIeral stern who read it I think he has ,'
Jr. president and the bureaucracy of an all.powerful I tion every two year The pay rendered a real service In pier M
'rtalrman\ fit the board of Perry federal gnvernment. And I menu would be income tax tenting, in such an interestingand i MUTUAL
Publication, Inc. with headquarters It provide this Improvementout free understandable way, the -' .
here II' earnings, not by additional I Perry point out that this eeoe for a new approach to .
'IjHls unique plan also sets up taxes that increase the cost orlime. broad distribution of funds tome very difficult problem we w tNt.t i.4
r machinery' for coping with and ." payments would be made quartet will be facing! in the future." ItS
.000vlll' the many economic and Convinced that the Terhnolng' 'ly would terse a* a perpetual SMVTHF.1M PLAN : tit's
[social problem lacing the Ira Revolution eventually cm feedback of consumer purchasing U.S. Senator George A. Sma- I C
," |American' peoplr because of the bring astounding; Increase In power.tUKlKAR, titers (I>Fla,), a member of the (
|TChnologlcil Revolution with the standards of living In this PERIOD Senate Finance Committee, add
Ilto computer, automation and' country and the remainder of His proposed' amendment he plan to distribute copies of
[ty metici. I the world Perry la concerned call for the plan to be phased the book to other member of G vtr"
.Perry, 47, heads a business about serious complicationswhich Into operation( over a flve')'ear II the committee
I [organization which publishes 28 could. arise during the period, Using the formula employed "I find Mr. Perry' blest (
I [dally and weekly newspaper, I transition from today' production by the President Council I ahoii stimulating< economic l
;' tn udln the DeUnd Sun N.wI. system to the automated of Economic Adviser to growth and strengthening democracy
Jtwa magazine, operate a teleI processes of the future. project the Impact of the MM at the same time algnifi
Vision station and four commercial -, BIG Q!'POTION tax cut on the nation economy, I cant and provocative" laid SUN NEWS PRESIDENT JOHN H. PERRY JR.
I [ printing firms; developed : "The big question" he explained : he point nut the stimulated I Sen Smather. "I would like to ? shown with new book
[and manufacture iub- "la whether we cm business activity and Increased distilhute MAIN among the {i 2 big :
[marine, and -operates( a 2.BOOI meet the challenging problem employment would channel members of the Senate Finance 8-DAY STAY PLANNED I'
acre farm and mercantile com- of the Technological Revolution moie than enough new personal Committee so that they, too, can
ploy, without the disruptive agony of Income taxes into the general I "have the benefit of hi* original
Two of the commercial prlntig mane unemployment, reduced fund to offset the loss of the and reaching thought In '
[ \ plant are In Georgia, th* consumer purchasing power, a corporate tax collection I connection with the operation of To Visit Canada Extras
[farm and mercantile company sagging economy, and further Perry also see his plan as a our free enterprise ajitem. Queen ; .
(art in Kentucky, one newspaper Intrusion' of the federal rrv.rn. powerful weapon In the free The foreword of the book was
III. In the Bahamas, and the ment Into the lives and affair world fight on communism.He written by Donald I. Rogers, '
(remainder of the. enterprise of the American people"' i explained: y indicated economic columnist Exclusive With Scovell
I are' In. Florida His proposal I II designed to "The plan would provide Irrefutable and dean of New York financial: Security Plans In Effect
PIONEER IN FOE free stagnated Investment (,Ipl. evidence that In a free editors. In It, h* said:
I Perry ha been a pioneer In tat stimulate research into new society the worker not only la PR USE GIVEN"It 10% Dividend
[the use of computer In the products which will result In paid well for hit labor, but also I I. my unqualified belief
[production of type and ads for new Industries and new John, shares In up to 50 per cent of the that a century from now, the OTTAWA Ont. (AD Queen Live that prnvtnra greater 'Inde Meted dank Plan. members resolve s 10% thUinnatallt..
I his publication. Most of his and guarantee a perpetually profits. And tn addition to being economic philosophy for thatIs Elizabeth" II I II coming ti> Canada pendenee, either a* a lilt governing "lgeed" t. M hectic, .. aartkataa1 said beer Mrvki ta..
[Florida properties already are strong consumer demand and given voice In the selection of what It really la of John for daylalt.. nation or a* an equal
Monday an beets, tklt NvUiri li .....,.,.*! at tat stud tf skit hMttef --'
I linked together with a computer purchasing power. his public officials through free Perry will be discussed by She la asiured of a hearty welcome partner with the nln other
[center here. In addition to new The foundation of Perry' elections, he also la paid for thoughtful human a*, king atterward but tome officials will provlncn of Canada a* a group, rasa. 94 cntfltia- H yew cases?. This enables yw to start '
[ and ad type production, the plan 1 II a constitutional amendment exercising\ that right Even the contemplative and responsible -'I sigh In relief when she head In a two nation complex within yr sew kitting ...11" with c trlt.. t* jatc Ice..nt. ,
[ center also handle accounting which would put a celling simplest (peasant under communism people discus and back to London the one let of national boundaries.
[circulation! records and various of :50 per ('1M'on corporate could compare the two ponder upon the philosophies of In Quebec, where explosion Free Insurance t
[.ether business activities for the Income taxes and would also systems and conclude which la Adam Smith, Marx, Klaslnger/ and armory raids have expressed Quebec ''II I predominantly
[tfwration' which range from make corporal dividend payments better" and Baruche and Bert You over political French,ipeaktng and hispreeerved '
anger with IMVIVJMIplky.
Oak lee. awnikan tmWiJ M
i I extreme northwest Florida to Income tax fire This, he RI\I1.T HFKNPerry : will find nowhere In euroetIlterature Issues, certain elements, seem cultural custom Meted| ri art ,
[th* ttate't lower east coast. I II (convinced\ would provide the believes the wider voter a men, unhappy about the queen.I vts4t. dating front the nth and 11th hi *. event .( "the' that tf total, tJltaillty, *f tfc* bad "
I Perry' plan for profit.tharlngpartnership stimulation needed to get Investment participation certain to result easily,understood<< graphic, dynamic Security precautions have been centuries. A cultural and Industrial C I l*, k.*i kl4 tf arlntlaal" wee turner, All Kit. plkfa :
[ for'her( nation' vo capital flowing freely Into from adoption of his plan would and dramatic presentation taken acrorrtlngiy.EllMheih renaissance In the past ..
ten explained I In detail in his the IIllh"" '* economy bring about Increasing demand of the value of the wondroua I II queen et Canada decade has aroused jealouaie ... MtUalty peps rtatala'" *f li*,, heeling tents, Rah(
,( set book "The National DlvlIdeid. STr-THL; FIND by the peopl. for greater economy American private enterprise Just as she li queen of Britain. and rivalries with the predominantly $1M.Q), *r*")..*4 h mrraat.
," published In a hardback Under hi* plan corporate Income and efficiency operation '\"II'",." The purpose of her Visit 1* to English speaking majorities
[edition in the United States by tense collected by the of the federal government. Sol Tatshoff, editor and publisher mark the stub anniversary of In other pnlVllIlI.TII. THE PRODUCT .
I |Ivan Obolensky, Inc. New federal government would be Distribution of advance copies of Broadcasting matizine, the beginning of Canada' constitution queen and her husband
lYork, and In Canada by GeorgeMcLend'Ltd. placed Into a special fund Instead of the book already hal resulted,, said "The National Dividend 1 II When It ram tnto Prince Philip will visit Chariot- $i "H'i "l.frW\ tkill H*.tln| 011 II spalittdli bladed
Jj ., Toronto. of golig: Into the general In widespread discussion among a powerful and scholarly work.It effect In 1M7 It united the old tetown, Quebec and Ottawa.While editorial lr' nrMa''' beetle, .(*"11....
PLAN rmrOSG; fund, a* at pt_ And Instead national political leader and should be must reading not British colonial posteesioni Of some newspaper
'WIth 1U foundation firmly of being used to finance so" -cal- I economic expert only for everyone who believM Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, In IIrll.11an" Canada Pint, a ir cll. aMltUi! geld! u "witlUf' spar, iMf u.'d in the production ed services to the people after : Former Vice President JU- In our fie enterprise a).tem' Quebec and Ontario. have wgd cancellation of the mtla kt "imt'**, auewlpf It to bete ,H with the bail.
if therea/ real
U' profits of a tree enterprise: being diluted In passage through chard M. Nixon had (this comment but for every department head rANT CHANGE danger qUHI, to her, Prima any Minister l iii, tl The null Hft SLUDOI (tnaatUa 11'1'.4 baron. "peels
lY.teftPerry, laid, 'the ... the governmental bureaucracy, : in government and eyery memo Dissident element' ta Quebec .
tonal dividend plan provide\ a the corpor.lInenm.. tax fund* "Mr. Perry has fared'jip to a ber ct our Congrewais'i'- i waat Die eonstlltiUoa chanted taS lh1t; r IS: Pearson bps.,.toll" FarUament. to nittt *lfl lHty, is4 NO WAtIR ,la. kattam ta mt led Nik.fMMaVtto t
.:: .... atebeetie.. 1 tilfi' ski baf| Hfta ,
--- --------- "1 ale ant lire* that her ma-. *") lit *| rwafli
Jelly in ronung la Canada I* .af jeer fvraeti to 'kvni. *tf at Mwer tomatrafvm,

rink eb \leg;1M subjected government to a very If FMU awful* lane !icelleaded, IMP .,.,., 100" a leuarf tUltrVa, Tit

deaf that th* quiea will: recaiva Mivln( glees' mr ipmtlnf tt mtihnvM tfflik-wjr, prtiwht .

a *' arm.welcome.*' MOIL hat par gala. af' IDS art to yew Tea, $c*"n'i
w 004 : i RAT or COLnNVQuebec
was the seat of the 1.*.r 104* ftitt "mere tt per |.H*. mere bet tki u*

original French colony! In than l.|i b .fllIe"e,, ctiafart, tl,**..,lliiMi" ,.imrt kt eel rtaW
of North/ Amtrlea I by
ON-THE-BOULEVARD ; the part British ta ITU under Gen skit ja arch' ale will mere tfca tfhtt) tkt t'tlllaMl, Mil ;

*W. Install and S.rrlca: Ey.ryihlnj Wa Sail MflfiB I i/iifr feaft//m James Wolf. Both the Articles\ tl. tkh irinltM, feel '
/ // oil' Capinilaitmi and the Quebec I
230 North Boulevard Phone 734-2771 Aet. passed. by the Btltish Pir> DELIVERY SERVICE. .
lament tn ITIlim give the eolny *- AV79MATK NhViry h fnn1tt4 whta. tvr MJaiiMBalHiaiywilt >
r I tic EnIII11..tyl. ronsrtttitlni, Iftctrtiilt" WA Wattkr iftcki the walker ,farpn.
-ta guarinteed contlsuane rat the .
7 A. REGULARLY $349.95! I civil language and RnnnaaCatnolle
"' Church righti el tile N. worry ikof .latk tl fill wile bite add" iiilli wave, w...
+a, a former FYenck regime. Morn tta'',Mt.4ly. Ten KNOW pear tank In plenty af ...,.
The St. Jem Bsptlat Ari*. Plai aM A,tnHtU Delivery li ivtltikl alp .... yaw
f BIG ties force-In Mr the a province powerful tnd political atlll fish. kai a asperity .MIO leltes* ar ..,.. If y*. .dish, wain

ey strong advocate of Unman such a kr|.f teak far y.. sad budget Ik. sent to slew
I ,. ; 1r c r 13 CU. Catholic Influence and preservation yea t* tokt tNta.a|. af tfclt, Attomatlt fnkt u4 tnt,
of Quehec'i frenrh. culhira
M FT. : has urged French (Canadian THE COMPANY B.hlnd Thli Pita .
sIt to atone till visit
Th* queen queen was teat la eastern Sec tk* pelt IS yeses, the Se tvH OK Ctmpaay kai km tat
Canada In 1PM wtte she aid ., ... l I.*""1nf" i.f fll''ri tf fkaR Ptrl..M PrttfMtb Over Hit
President Aright D. Xlsenhow. pan, espeeales kit ...H"..4 to Mint' where the Ctamaiy
i Q. ae WI,? er dedicated the tt. Lawrence sew *,*" *. In ..L.II" falr4 a,*** she settee, MsWag Arc
tn ty ONLY leeway, Ih* was warmly cab A Met *f >. fbit Tusk Tricks, equipped| wM! Tlcktt Prla

1 d> 6Ei 6E y D4g12p r convdla--Quebec--?Provlm.- bif, .***raM. Mtn far y*.r arttottkia, eel ty
.* re..i for prompt delivery'1 art it yew ink..
; tl ; Society To Hear link Track lenses, lni, It"'.. MMkailci: elder elMs aaa*

? r ncl s Hopefuls ether ,.rtMiel Ire kliWr" tral,.i4, tfsateatal apla, reedy to
: County tune ,... hake M.(iaUi km At Itatw-kaw4, ait,rU, *i

: TIll few" rmdlilitea tut ems? gad Mt i( the intent idsaftfli lent Imtnmaah to gee y" fkiHP
eemmlsateeer' Bm District I tf work yes bins tttrf ,right. tif Mt.CO'Dr .
will a* guest ipsaluirl tt cite
4r.v meeting i ,,
a. I r Mist Cdltk iVteiy".. ..,; presk *iit Off Ii.a4 af I....., Itrvkt. (..trlrt .laimt krtaar, see
T fit thsociety\ has tasAuttNH tf pit .berate to artvM MslswMi Ntaaary sad it toH, end
that 'botk.. Hubert J'cb*, IUvbUcia fr yew *......tIC., seeks sea l. trraa|* ] h tiMMrtnk .t.
14 acne. amtik, sinks InMat cleaalnf. yew f.raa.t, .kartoaftof alaw
i Rt ,'. 'T7-n' ,,, -1 0)) Demncrtt, will speak. .... peels, AND fki ** im.a1 itrtakt want ar / (**. ,
Mis Iweetaer ache that a0memsen M.., peels .t aa life ckart*. Ts* mt ar par b smell talHSI
r attend th* meeting, It kKlaaU, k* pew. l* whIch will be Auld I.! till FWida"
i Power and also Invite
Lounge, BUDGET PLAN. .
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freeing fi* at TM: foUff lsg a ntvmd ." < pit k**.kf ell Mitt taa kvmir Mrria .tIMet avaranaaalk
dill etipper at ..JO. report .f s peeled, itorHsf October JOltj thrtah Hank .
the summers work will .be gr t*. .
and plan will lie m4 for Ota fkt type tf ...... r.a Im tt rj- rkjfct. to ......, tafliBNbbaaltlt .. !
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AWARD-Chuck Newton an eighth grade Cadet from Oviedo acceptsan J.coh Mntor. :_......_. I II Bunk 7 STywn.dA
) Cam tf 1oI""I"ral'. ...._ 4 11. D, -. 7 .
achievement award and arm patch from Florida Military School Lt. Col. Dave f"untrr ._.__. 4 19" t. L .
SPLIT HAPPY:; LADIES Turn No' I ___. 4 la
Scarborough of Tampa. Looking on is Florida Military College Athletic Director W. L. -

\ Jerry Jones who headed the recent physical fitness tests In which Newton scored a AU.n.llum"'orlllll ....... IQ I PALM FASHIONS w. L.Rnunlvi GUARD IS READY-The color guard of the West Volusia Saddle

f'Si cent. (Sun News Photo Gilmore .I..d i-yn a 4 ......__.._ will show.
per by ) TwLanduraiga.-. j 1 v..1 .n. 11 I Club Is shown at a recent show in Lake Helen and they open today's hfa. 1 _...::,::_: T 1Suburb. ,-- -.? } Charlie
.. urns dhop_ 4 a r.r X'-'. ::::::::-.._. : : Left to right are Lynne Yanosy on Jug'i Clabber Ralph Tatum on Sonny

Twma! ..m Puffs_.. : 7 IHlnho. and Joe Kight on Gayboy. (Photo by Lung) .
Leads Entire School :: .. :::::.::: 7 5 Hickman on Peppy
),'. :t DKSAflV oufflra _._....._.._.... S 11M .

W.trn. Aulo ....SOCIALW..._. I, L.3 'CLASSICw. OIISERVE ALL RULESHunting Horse ShowIs

INns Blonrtt: BulH-r.Shall: : ..I":"-"" 4" '4'/4 1 I Vnlniila, Monument .__ rf' Lj
------ ( eland Urm Gardens A
".rn" Biilldfr. ...--.... 4 a T, It, 1 L. IrelrV a Ii
P..nl4 Lawn gfrvk ___ 4 a Turn Mu'hr11,f I.Ilmi.e.. 1 ; ScheduledThe
;FMS Cadet Is Tit'This IwBurr Radio TV ... t'4 "% KY. 'rj.d' l'hl.k.n ..._ I T

Ixttary Elbow: Seem flurm.ry i..._._._... 4 s 0 5 (RERA.'.bln.t.. 'I-----------_....oo.....__ I I 5 T Season Is OpenBy

ODDSN';; H P. Mi.plro ._-....... I splendor and color of the
ENDS I West and the excitement, drama
afternoon's Dress Farads -' -
I No attndini ...lIabl.. W. I.. and fast action will furnish enter

*t the Florida Military School Re.rn Cenrr.Is ......... talnment for and com.petilor. *
EDWARD T. WALSH practice at trees, fence posts orsigns spectators
and' will I ... 1 14; ,5u
College have something LISA'w.. Alp Mufflnn ....... 14 do know alike at this afternoon's
L. and if not a
:special. \ as awards for the first PI..tlro ............_... U A Kjr. .'rl.. t'hI k.n .?_ It IKIrklnd. Once again the hunting: season you
; out of horse show at the McGregor
R.I'r..tlnn ..__......... "".r Mkt ? In fn hunters deer from a cow stay
of several physical fitness tentswill It IQ I'fljind Podpc ..;..... Sim 1n7i is at hand with taking to
.. ? Ranch the West
lint sponsored
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Proe.sing 14l '111 the forests
/ be presented to outstanding j >...ig. __.__._......... u 11E.w svlllean"'.Im Inn l4.wr Cond.. ._..._ T A "IS the field at noon yesterday! for PERMITS Volusia Saddle Club
Molit _-. .... In the first phase of the 1964 migratory NEED
i Cadets In this field. I Muhorti,".:. __?.. U.IITo '" II Vhltn.ya Oara'aV''.!._.. S U dove hunting season in 63 Remember-public area hunt Competition is expected to be)

Heading the list Is an .el hth"l1"ade <>| Room ...??h.__. It 14 "'''.T-NIOHT1, licenses keen in the new age groupings.
and hunting
Central 8u .. 4 20 counties. ing permits
Oviedo the -
Cadet from by w. L.
Debby Jacobs and Patty Moore,
of Chuck Newton who I TUESDAY MORNINO.. eO"la Itinhm I'nnnreurtln' 17 I Hunting is allowed every day must be in a hunter's possession
I 'tpame hiss ear Truck 10\ 4 In the formerly riding as Intermediates -
I Scored a 94 per cent lit the first W, L. Tnm Orr Hl.n. .....eo"..-.I n I from noon until sunset through as long as participates will attempt to break Into
an-NN ..........
and be displayed
I Maddox| | RnillKtar .... 14 II 8 in most counties. Those hunt must upon
I test to lead the entire school, .pour. puns.. 13% 'Ii "'l.rk Ro I ... __ a
_. request
,;according to an announcement .lIm. ....._n_. \I' A Bill TIWIII. Aillo ....._. 11 II"rl.h.m counties In which the first phaseof triumvirate who
....... Bobby Pope
1'1".1. Q. 11 : I other commission personnel.
-- Rally ........ In foRnndnn dove hunting Is NOT allowed
FMSC Athletic Director
Jby Jerry i Alley I Papa lII',4 : ...... have recently controlled the
Jones) ,.., Eyes ::::::::::= I I r"tir IV Mttrt Mnlnra Rlmtrlo_....._.. P I 11 11 are Brevard, Flagler VOLUSIA, Guns, either assembled or dls- Junior Group

Newton will receive an arm I r naib I --: i : I Pn..II IjinKfnrd-Roepr Ford .... 7 U St. Johns and that portion of assembled, or dog are allowed Sonny Faircloth is expected to
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and achievement award I. ..''h.r" ... a Sumter north of State Rd. 48. only during the season designated challenged
14 and
patch MI.... ........_. Tnriln be by Gary Pope
for his outstanding effort He 11 *' ,, Music l "rV""I._ I U that portion of Putman east of for each" particular wildlife
Tom Holtzman In the Intermediate -
J'4ul Hunlrra RM). ... I 11
,{was the only Cadet to finish at or I LADIES: TIM PINW." the SL Johns River and Alligator: management area except under Group Charlie Hickman and
L, luau"i'MIXID
: ,Above 90 per cent Stance P..... .._... I* .e, W. Point in Franklin. special permit issued by an Horace Pope will be seeking to
DElAND BOY i"od'. 1I.'rl..nlln" ."" III I ....h.r.... ..... U { Two new areas for dove hunt- authorized representative of the wrest the senior trophy from
? Pri.d.'. B'.utT Kpot __. I I R..'. Hucnrtarclil ........ IS 1 Ing have been opened In Central Game and Fresh Water Fish
t There were 18 other Cadets T.dfor<| Jewler. ". 7 ,,, r, ... Byrd ..__...U 1 of loaded previous winner Don McLend.
: These fields Commission. Possession
Florida. managed
Klorldn Pne.r rp.- 1 .
I rwljmn1 ..
that will receive awards for K w In III Harriet Heartz and Karen Wallace
I AAI, Matnnry .._...... T I nrrrn\nnH\ Orlll .?...-.. I 11I are the T.: G. Lee field of about guns on days when huntingIs
finishing at or above 80 per cent llnllnirir M..rl.l l .... 1 AArt' II. .. M.rk.t are of the distaff side and
Nash of DeLand Is in this I"rl.r""n'.O".RIVd." _. T P,, .II I fulls :::-----:: : J: 1.500 acres south of Orlando In not permitted and after shooting will challenge in the Senior Di
sIeve :
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PI..rl"1 .. 4 I l> Uiiry R.dlo I"....._. I It Orange County on Judge's Rd., hours is prohibited.
.iroup. These boys and their 0111 Pliimhlnx .... 4 A vision.
I follows Mauna r sn.lnpe'nij: ... I I CASTAWAYS MIXCpK and the Lelfler Field In Seminole Just because hunting season NEW RIBBONS
hometowns are as :
Jacob Shun Mttal, .... 0 11 State Rd. 419.
County on Is don't fishing
open up your
3a' Li Ribbons for the show are new.
Danny Ames, Orlando; Dale ea J' ,.M tjgr SERVICE Nil.' .. FrIM ('hlrkr. Deer aeason Is on its way and tackle as the time Is near when
\ __.. ._. 11H T'. More elaborate pattern of double
Savers! Robins Air Force Base -
w. L. Kh. .'ln \ ... all hunters should thenv
r \UII.m. 13 I prepare can after those big ones
Ar,'. ",..I.rln. ...... u. you go rosette and triple streams will
<3a, Bruce Lowe Orlando; Gary 11 0 Team No
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Linn Our. Truck ..._ I Kl,. Trmi>;,>rm.r-'.:..:. 1114 14'4 r, selves for what Is in store for who have been laying low and also be In effect Trophies are
Tlorrli, Jacksonville, Dennis Hmllll, ... Klorld. ._.._.___ while gold Instead of yellow to
Hclteln, Orlando; Robert I>1'ake.South Pip I 4 1'01.0", Plies-.. a I: in tint class condition.
skill. I have been
Ai Cnrporarlon .. S jour
--- Hurh. Rhidna S It make a variation In the trophy
Daytona; Lee Hlnebauch, 0. r, Mobil I HomM ... I f .u Observe the hunting rules and told the big ones take bait better
Leejburg Pierre McLaughlin fwl..nd Hun \ .... I T PREP case of regular winners or add to
I ; HEAVY PRESSURE Two members! of the Emory, Hood R.frla'r'Uim 1 S PIN ANTAMSW. regulations. Don't shoot at anything In cool watera. The fish ere there special significance to the accomplishments .
tt. Petersburg Beach; Dean r> iind University soccer team the Stetson --- of winners.
Moss, Ormond Beach; Bill and put pressure on Sam A'i. .4 S '.... \.. : 1 and then new
I Goalie Smith ACL Mmonrr :: 4 Tb. I' Know >ou are right to get them out. Keep trying The! awards' were selected by
pave hS.O-i
JTohn' Rodgers Cape Coral; Don University Tampa, but he made a Klnrlita Mom (tai._ 1 S 4?, .I .3. I III' Don't shcot for target don't give up for tomorrow you President Dr.' William' ,
KeUe, New Smyrna Beach fine save on the play. Emory won 3.2 in the second I be Vsnosy
& may lucky. and Treasurer Mrs. Maxine
I : Overtime period, (Sun News Photo by Gilmore)
Also Larry Kant, Orlando; Our fishing reporter Is awayon Eight

George Graham, South Daytona; i Sharks NipWildcats vacation so this is the con Registration for the show
Ricky Van Loon Kenner, La.; ( tI sensus. Bass are biting If you
1 1215
) begin: at : according to
I Charles Campbell, Okeechobee; Emory Edges: OCTOBER r locate the spot bream and Secretary Helen Miller. Riders

t .and John Kendiick, Daytona 611 specks are few and far between unfamiliar with any of the events

I 4I) Beach.KEEP WORKING Hat Bootcrs and ocean fishing Is on the way may view the pattern diagramedon
back to normal.
BASEBALLFOR r a poster at the registrationbooth.
Jones said he was pleased with < i MEETING; SET Jt. rider falls to appear

\ Ihe opening tests and was looking The monthly meeting" of the! after three Inquiries he will .be
In OvertimeThe Home
forward to many more UATS Sportsman's Club of West Volu disqualified from the event.

Cadets winning awards in the RUlls'lCEDAR I sin will be held at the clubhouseon A concession stand will be

'near future. The Cadets that received Visiting Emory\ University: It Is baseball In Octoberfor r N. Shell Rd. Tuesday night at available There Is no charge for

awards in the 80 per cent soccer team from Atlanta saved the Stetson University KEY Although the 1:30. Get out and Join the local spectators at the show.

,group will still have an oppor. all theif scoring effoils until late Hatters. Taylor Wildcats of Plerson appeared club attend these meetings and

,jtunlty to move up to the 90 percent Friday afternoon and then suddenly Head Coach Bob Welckel tired here" Friday night take a hand In the business.

I division. Newton can't win Webbed a 52 decision has called a special three- they had enough life to put a | If you are out for a drive go BowlingResults

another award but now he can from the Stetson University Matters 'week fait practice In an solid scare Into the Cedar Key out Route 11 toward Russell

work to try and improve on his In. a double overtime battle effort to build Interest In Sharks before the locals took an I about six miles and see the ,

M per cent mark. on the local field. the sport before the regular 1812 Rlverland Con., work bring done on the new

The activities that the Cadets Next" action for the Green and season begins. ferenc decision. j park. The boat ramp Is in and
tested sit- The first week of work. I the area Is being cleared When PHI PIN, BANTAMS
were on were pull'tips, White will be In Miami against Ronnie Brown paused for two
C. D. ..
tips, shuttle run, standing broad the powerful' defending FloridaIntercollegiate outs was held last week six.pointers sod tallied the third 4JI4e! completed it will be one of the Sun H.K... 0| eisa.n Turn N.. 4 O.Lili S, The

Jump, 50.yard dank and tiQO.yal'd Conference and there are two more to In sparking the Cedar Key win. I beat parks In Central Florida "ub"... 0DD .

run.walk. In the first test the Champion Hurricanes on Satur follow Welikel Is lookingover The winners hued the 'h me I Stttr,1' It Is on Lake Dill and good: fishing .. .."'141)* )MalmrM.hijh, two firV lit hlgKngi

softball thrown was not run but day. a new crop ol freshmen run" pass to account for all their and boating can be enjoyed Chuck Lilly, b.yf high "Itigl.,
13*. .. 0.Tiam .
it Is expected to be Included at After a scoreless, first period and included In this scoring I by all. high N.. 4 Z high' ..mgl I.. 0025

the end of the next six.week it was Lenny Grace, a Junior group are two local play. In the first period It was 't The first. meeting of the current high awe, 114.CASTAWAYS.
65 for the members
period. from Palm Beach, getting! the era Brown hitting Miles Smith slth 1964 year MIXED

first Hatter goal of the season Returning lettermen Include a pass that was good for 35 of the Volusia County Coun Hu."'. .u....... I. Tsm Ho,
7 ..... .......
ell of Conservation Cubs Is ti 1 Plaeidl T' a' ,
tiWGA with a boot grand for & 10 lead Dale Mauln,. Erie, yards and that was the w'1lhe HII..."'. Raty hi N.ntueky
I Pairings with 12 minutes gone In the, sec Pa,, and Craig Gruber lint halt ended. aI slated for 8 o'clock Tuesday PNn CMs.w a M..... Ptab,

ond quarter This is the way It Lake Park. The Green' and The third period found the ( night at the Halifax Hunting and 1.| 1l.rwrs Willi..... a. ham Ho

Members of the DoLand Wom was at halftlme.Vlnlng > White has a dozen good same combination connecting I s Fishing dub. All members are ,Ruth'.., _.....-. high' .

en's Golf Association will hold Blgelow, a Branford, me returning around again but this time it was good urged to attend as Important Mflgl'Is. tat.. ".) Lilly, h>gh three.

their first luncheon of which the 1963 squad Is business Is on the agenda. Sal Lamest
meeting Conn, sophomore put the Hall for 12 yards. rntn'a high tlnglt,
the season en Tuesday at the Into 20 lead In expected to be built, |4Jj fclgn. Ihrat, 1.
with 27 IiI
a 13: gone T..... N.. 7. ( ( ? .1.|Btlt. 14,,
.DeLand Golf and Country Club. the thud period on an .assist aTATIITICIWildute kigh thr 417, %
The will be /saris : Tigers BowSANFOFlDCrooms turn N.. 7, high llnglt Nay, from eoplv.nv Dale Schlenker rirtl .Dawn Hugh. III... tll.... 1411.
"'low gross and low net" and of Madison N.J. E .a,. ramme 0 -

x there will also be team play. In the fourth period Jim Byers" 3,532 Work 4 1 .l byreneehw..Mln, 0 Academy' D.La.d'UIU"MIKIO

Ta. ptlrlnci'' tallied for the visitors with 8:30 SI V.ra ... C,..,. ,J of Sanford caught the visiting 7, OSiry) Saw M>.i*S.I,O Furull>iM;t Marfctt CeCN
1SHOLIMN V.M. iMnj lit I C.. It 0..."..,* Gels t. SeHi.,.
gone. Things still, looked good 4.11 Pimi COM.ATT 10-14 { Southwestern Maroon .... .
1 Tsl In OlympicsTOKYO Injured era .'P.I I..,. ."".." *
I for the Hats until Tom Conley. : PIIHI let By S 0.Nw. A '1"01"
oft Friday sight
I It Xm."..lnrra..M.rrI"'''> t p,mai Lwt aIn i 1f. Tigers guard ....... .
; With / """ '. wemi'S kleeu "
knotted the 21
h.ynold I score at ... fB111I 55X1 .
Pute 1.14 and raced to a victory.The ..pd. sets, Sanbl,. .
160 ''i\1IltalJer.lcU.II"' 1906 .t' Amerlca'a II Varll. ...,.Na.4 ... kiln
) : gone on an a r ,from (APX 05 I loss dropped Coach! Bob 4utut. .
Fred Griffin -, of 362 athletes I I.i. Br* *... High l,.gl
S no X mUhOtnonSlmmani.Carton. whole Olympic team "
-. '' the fourth ;period the Wildcats Gamble's club to 2 X on the year t.S, I...... HibifiM, hrgh thr**,
Iia Cow.raagw.Jarrsee. There was no scoring In Jim and 127 officials, was In got Into the art 'as with this week's game coming ....
BMv.r first five.minute overtime 'ii contingent In 5wte. "I,It ham /IgIA' 1215
period Tokyo today, ) last .' came up with an in- at I o'clock Friday sight h'e' area 2200.Ghuvalo.
2. r-r..X-k"'III.- Mer.f I
,.-('latk.e '. but In the second with four arriving in the' early morning usual play The defensive bark Municipal Stadium against a

Si.) M T Pmuh.T. S'ou
tOn S4' -Rod.s War-c.Kellnrl.hey. ".It.. .OarliueN .> scored end that was it although Village to Join the athlete gathering Hathcox Oft a pass play : : | The winners took a 94 leadat Wins

3 .', both clubs threatened several for the XVni Olympad Hathcox had the ball but Rain. :j.5 _, 1ij ,tk halftime and nearly did the I
( 10
145 Unite Inch) Ix times. only a week away water worked It away from him same la the second half as they NEW YORK (AP) George

t piece*. The official welcome for and rambled 78 yards for the CALLING SIGNALS- Bob Whitaker at Powell-: added n points. Chuvalo, the ZT.year-old Canadl.aa .
NutS Howe la Injured America's contingent will bit score to make It 12 .. Hooper Ford Is shown with some of the awards in this First strlag quarterback from Toronto may rg"it
Monday The Sharks came back for the former
Punt Pass & Kick Contest slated for 1 champion
Floyd Patter-
40 Lrb: -Cllfa. Iny.S DETROIT (AP), Veteran at the year's shoulder'
suffered Injury
Stripes will go up clincher as Hathcox hit Brown in Stadium for &13. a ales at Madiaoa Square
,S.!/ niiM.Jnhn..VIi' ..Jehni. forward Gordle Howt waa entrance to the VW.... Sixty with a 42.yard scoring aerial. pm. Saturday Municipal boys against Monroe High of Cocoa Nov. 27 In another Garden

NINE.HOLEea knocked groggy and taken to a !flags snapped the brisk brew I Late Is the game the visitors got I Registration, closes Friday. More information in Sports and will probably miss a couple elimination hour. heavyweight:
(N.. 1STi.) hospital tor observation Thursday Saturday Far Column: lIQ Page 11. (Sun New Photo by Gilmore) Tackle Eddie Rob-
f'** >. Uluwk-L. .r..>n-Wnta. .t the village gate oa the' scoreboard one again at more garaea. ""e plan to offer Patterson
f.of rU-4lranl.Mnrln, night as the Detroit RedWings representing countries officially nonnle Puckett cracked! over Isaac aim missed Friday's game iii' .000 Monday "
ainghasL."'I JohnKm-MtMrnmllh-Ciia-. romped to a 12 hockey [ Checked In. from live yards out. I Wilt Has 'Ache1SAM with aa Injury said Harry )larbnft the boot.

La MnnilnnKmlthiikftiM.. .victory over a combination of As of soon today, S.JM ath- Puckett M the fcsera oa the See Us For All Your Louis Swsia sad Ware KU- tw Garden held n|

*::l ._- AHn-ttfHft H..W"O..f-ran4.Sklllman. players from their Pittsburgh I.lee were working out.) runalage.UelU ground with 40, )'a.,1111.. 1'RAYC1.SC0 Slams turned la good petfom- see what happen Tknuig then Club. YeTI

u: ; 14eh.w.Hnnn.Lane. and cluhst Park, tracks, awim- Kverett Wood added & Brown( I The cs'w of Wilt Chamberlain JAP urea far the Tigers. said it was okay wttt him Cfcuvalo" '.
tank or was for the With 47 FENCINGNEEDS
mint 11 the practice: tope night
sttomac was a m>tlerj .Aayrae who dids't know Cassias -
I s SPECIAL! hurting Javelins over ,the tree while Smith chirped 1a wIth 40. today as The.1 center Cat b the Besvrhamptoat '
It was the aecoad wta In Pooh
as '
fnr 'Sf"' >ht1I 734-5431 might -have
t tI l tMII"t
I star for the
alliag victors
America's three many games
4'x8'SHEETSPLYWOOD remised In. a hospital Just two Oavalo lank 'tM title Fedty
hnprvlnt'sad while! Taylor was bowing for tile
;were repotted tie; Naltoaal 'Baa- night at the
weeks' before ins. ft Feats Pests Cartes whet h4
bepraetldag third ag
eo.ebas'Llt'albtuas4ld itralght time this namberta
'their year. bliss can
I k kAxncUtM s.eseeaImports stopped Dnug JmiM
hall |q 1,33 #
by Monday. Ttejr areRe This week will be a* apes date .
$ 40 Paaadeaa. Calif.\ for the Wildcats as they prepare te let the answers Itys the llth round.rhovalo. .
4 Cawly, that It could he a who bad a J7pmi. ..4
hurdler. .ke was troubled by a for tkelr home opener against were dlaconatmL VOLUSIAFEED .r quettians. about pun b the
PANELING EACH mincU Joan Peaa J. JoIeJroee oa Oct. U. heart aflneat weights ni 'It 1a/.
pulled Jormrr holder la The aJI-pro baketbaa player snlHtjrarnica.! sow has trOll 28. Vt eight with

world record ADD INARRa ........ has spent 11 days, "d rgoiag STORE two trawl Joee. also H yeas
that pole vault from Miami who c"p Key ._ 1 e e a-ta Cat them todiy-
and Saartol ,arM .u _. -. e e e tss tails, f old baa wna 21, lat sU with ape.

Conrad Lumber Co., \bad Los a sore Angeles back, who Roy waiatawtamlag c.SN.wlwh CK timm M pas frm Br.w. -(brat -,..-' W. DcBrtr ".... uia.m: .sad get Ut.... right draw. lie Had hem nnttf-l

l WOT MICMMAN AT MOITN BEUWAH rKOXI 71M4S4 because 01 a bad
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Sporld NEW YORK AP) -The New annihilating the cardinals\ 15 S ,

York Yankee clinched a Saturday behind a flve.homer

record-tying fifth consecutive barrage.Th '
American League pennant Saturday defeat their second in T
their first under rookie less than U bourn to the list By 33-

::J.are 4 Manager Yogi Berra by plan Met, toppled the cards
whipping Cleveland 14 on a nab tato a deadlock: with aDo

five-run eighth inning rally clnnatt with one garlic remain-

triggered, by Bobby Rich- big on tilt regular schedule The
Ir Bf ROOD OnJolOU111II ardson't tie.breaking tingle. Reds, idle Saturday play thIrd. In OBC Contest i i
The) Yankee' dramatic victory place Philadelphia! at Cincinnati
Now IpoN Edllotzitist : I on the next to the Jilt day of Sunday while the Cardinals i

the season eliminated the runnerup gain meet the NKf.ODIOX Friday Bight tilt DeLtnd Bull A pair of fumbles, one by tadS I'

Chlcrgo White Sox from clop managed to mill the Wildwood team, highlighted the rest of the I
contention and brought the New OUT Wildcats' goal line on* time period before the Bulldogs began

The York club It* 14th pennant In CHICAGO (AP The Chicago but that was far from enough a. moving ta the doting minute
Gap the lut 11 yean and the 29th In Whit Sox wen eliminated till visitors raced to a S3-T with a couple of first down oa

)last week at the DeLand Quarterback Club meeting the guest its hUtory. from till American League Orange Belt Conference victory the passing of Breckenddge
,[speaker was Dr. Frank Goodwin from tn* University of Florida pennant race Saturday deaptti It was the third straight win BUt Bartlett with the latter
:and 11 feel he left the members with plenty of food for thought with METS HOT their 7-0 victory over Kama without a loss for the Wildcat making three good catches; for
: 'tun views on 'Bridging The Oap' between adulU and youngsters.fl ST. LOUIS (AP) The tin* city while the Bulldog were tagged 3> yard
t $) This la one of the things I feel la very Important In life and predictable New York Met The New York Yankees with their third lots without a Shortly before the period ended]
certainly doei not merely apply to Juvenile delinquency but to all dumped St. Louis Into a lint- clinched the pennant minute* win. In the OBC the 'Cat are the Bulldogs punted and Lie
Lyoungsten. place tie In the unbelievable after Chlcsro'( gam was ever BOW 14 while the Bulldog save time tt took the Wildcat 10 plays!
,* National League pennant race whipping Cleveland S.S with five an 0-3 mark. Th* 16th rankedWIldcats to go the needed 77 yards. R.
oidwln i.M It wit lid to ridicule end ntbilmli the'nhllms runs ta the eighth Inning. That had recorded two abut Jones carried seven time on

I if yiMf ittrs. A'ulll.hul' tub a lit Internt gave the Yankee their firth out thl Mason until! Bob Apgar the drive and accounted for 59

In. ill phases el the itthrhlet el yiengiteri red kiln FOOTBALL consecutive pennant and first cored on a pas from Cary; yard with the final run of 11
I wki nsvtr peiitbl 4 under rookie Manager Yogi Breckenridg: in the fourth yard the biggest Toll time Jhej
BelTs period. PAT failed i
The epeaker: termed the adult clss as 'Old Square and laid RESULTS fBy Ther appear to be no resIn I

lit wu a comfort to know they were Intereited. Be was referring to The AtMtliM* P.... BIROS wrrBALTOtORE 11e sight for the Bulldogs This TATirriea w
I the local Quarterback club and other such organlaaUona en (AP) The Friday sight they will lie on the ill"I'PI.... Dew. tlaI:,
[deavor to help youngster even though hi a small way.If MIOM SCHOOLWIMwo Baltimore Oriole, already road going to Winter Garden : .. .. .y "' ..'.. i|
4 PEbAND T I MMine *
( a youngster comes to YOU with a problem It doubU.sel11Mm. Cedar k" .r IS.,I. TAKUOft It eliminated from the AmericanLeague and a game with tile Lakevlew lei :::5u l.I.s* i
big to him or her and no matter how small or unimportant Cocoa I. Tltiuvlll S :1; Red Devils. Coach Vet's vi.*. ina
nipped .
M.'lrM s T pennant racer rw- 54 Viret P 'l"| 4*
HtwtlMtra 40.
[It might appear It mean a great deal to have someone take a I KlMtmntM Detroit 71 Saturday oa a bases. crew snapped a 1'.111111 1-1* *.... COM.ATT1 0
I .* .re Interest and be wining at least to listen whether he Is In a lark* 17. :(. Aufuttln : loaded walk lent Bowes in i .., winning streak of CusUf 30-T, on 1 ru..,.* Int. By Q i
Lok vlw 10. Kuitl: tApopk to j lam W. ..>t tf i' .
ptattloB to help or not Friday
I yym.i S8.iford the 10th r I 1.1.5 rants saleIs *'
|| am a real believer In wanting to help youngster whenever : fl S..... ee.abrew. The Inning the last of the r. r ",.,,, : mat M.uaI Vife H-Hi.< t*
[jasenlbl and If this comet under 'Bridging The asp' then I am -.0. Wlnur Park gams was 1> I WIldwood scored the first time The BuDcIoi'ithta began
season for the tsami. > a
I till tor It. I certainly do hope that there are many 'Old squares' Cl.wHtoii. in. IIOnx they got the ball on the opening drive oi their and
rlptea LIly with .... J own picked
Aparldo alagled
.....Dd that are willing to llaten to the kids of today. II, :' Air one I kicked They moved M yard* up
: Fort P McCarty SU :RlvUr out ta the 10th, went to second three first
In :
10 with Jones :
i\' lick I thin 'In Beac"errce on a wild pitch by Fted Glad. JUST A BLUR Bob Apgar ((84)) becomes the first play Randy to the : '
WBIH wei *. Vermont then wet en 1.- Worth II B.ll. Ol**. 0 getting the first of three IIX.poInterl .
LOU Seutre'. that teak mere time lltteslng te my irebltmtMfca Coral North UablM Fort Miens II. Kr IS. war* .*SHallrwood C ding and advanced to third" on player to score against Wildwood this season ai h* takes from a yard out with Mike pushed action.'I

fee did anything" slit Its funny, yes ....'t alweyireeltit McArtkur S, Fort Lu u Infield out.Cladding a 19-yard pu from Gary Breckenridg The Wildcat T.ll to go In the period. Danny this Cooper
[ hew muck. ctmfort end latitfsctioN yet pet from ..nlal>wal4* NnrthtaMRoM *( Panama.qty 0. How and Brook walked Roblnaon Boog Intentionally Powell won, 33-7. (Sun News Photo by,Cilmore) Jones ran for the extra point returned to

v I the 'Old Sqaers' HlO yea lucerne. ese yourself end leek Chlploy art of II
!keek. He I li the finest men I have ever knew. er expect te It. P.naoola Ttl arots Catholic walked Boweaa on a IS pitch Gator-LSU P PARENTS TO MEETBulldogs play and the visitors had sit
17 rtnucola
I .tame. mi I enly' with that every ysungifsr thtt seeds ere Ala. forcing la Aparlcto with the more points on the boards Tint
scald find I 'frle..' is I 1111. Pen.", City :Butkcrfara II, )Mobil winning run. big play was a 33"yard pass from
Rain S Ramp Johnson to D. Jones. It.
Caraota 11. V.nkw *
to Just a little something for adults to think about and maybe Tampa Roblnwii 41. Manal 11 STUAKT BOT In Tournament Jones went In for the star from

['.stop and take a little extra time with that problem of the young Orlando Mlamk, Curlcy Boon' ..i.,Miami M.lbourn BouthwMtHiulllt I BOSTON (AP) Boston's Tilt CalledBATON even yard out and D. Jones got
'''rt. It could prove most rewarding In the future in the PAT to make It >>0 at half.
. Bach" IS, roooa Watch Trxiray Dick Stuart collected five time.
P. rh aa Shrine Game Nearing Tampa Mlddlltoa II Fort Lu4woal pitched his fourth ROUGE La. TAPThe )- Early In the second half the)
Although football t I. the king for
Dlllard 1 top-glades. visitor reeled off four first
Miami' Hlfh 14. Port La".*...*!. straight shutout over Wuhlng. Southeastern Cant er e n e e sport or li It baseball there
Members of the DeLand Shrine Club have been busy with the J.. Landon T, Punta Oorta I (tit, ) football between! Louisiana Nelson Hoyt snappy little downs and reached the DeLanitU
[ticket sales for the ninth annual special football game that I IsKheuled Palm B.. h II. V... Bach oMiami ton ta the Red Sox' 74 victory State and game Florida is plenty of basketball In the guard from the St. John River before Ronnie Smith picked

I for T' o'clock on Oct. 20 hi Municipal Stadium between: *Columbul' 1. Miami Jack. I Saturday. poned because wa ot poet. new* and especially from the Junior College team In Pall till. off one of theirvMrUl: at the)
Nuts. I Monbouquett scattered seven Saturday Hurricane DrLand High Bulldogs broke hi collar bone three week
[ we DeLand Junior Terriers and Mew Smyrna Junior High. Norln' II. Biith BmraHAlva Bulldog pour There was no
II, Fort Mr.n \..* hits recording his 13th triumph Hilda. Several report have come in ago. H* expect to be able to
With Just a little more than two weeks remaining the Shrlnert W..t Palm Bch rand Mill 14Pthok It also caused Indefinite coring In the third period.
Lfltll be pushing ticket sales at a heavy pace. This game win be ** I I against! 14 defeat tn over the weekend on some recent tart working out on the hardboard LONG BRTVE:
Fa twofold package. Person will see some fine football and also TallahiM s'c. It tro M. Or**.**** i Stuart drove ta the first rue ta postponement of S a t u rd.y'' Bulldog grad and their *' within two week. This DeLand made a ts-yard marcHat :

IBM a worthy cause. AQ proceed from the game go to further A anil MT High 11 Northw.. .... 4 I the first toning with a single. He scheduled game In New Orleans work on the college cone I* the same shoulder h* hurt the end of the third period
[tab project Verne Wlountttown.,. CliaUaliaorh IT. Brl.inl t S followed that hit with three between Tulane and Dub Fred Powers former Lees- while a Bulldog With torn hard and beginning of the fourth la
MK Ticket are going for a donation of II for adult and BO cent \ 1 47, 'f"r\.II.\ 4 nun single* and a double. LSU Sports Director: Jim Cor- burg High coach now at Brevard work it look like Nelson should 13 play Murphy dashed for 32
[ fee children. MADIsON: t 4. belt announced: that the Baton Junior College In Cocoa was be a steady starter thl* year yard to start things rolling and]

i MAKE PLANS TO ATTEND THIS ONE!l 11 l Bnprhoppy I.minel. 11 Id St., Murlanna Petersburg FSB North.* OWA IX Rouge game, already a 68000 officiating the DeLaad.WUdwood and lave a Sine season. then the big gainer were In the
. ...t T MINNESOTA ST. PAUL sellout, would be played her football game Friday night and Doug Partin seems to haw air. Breckenridge hit Bartlttt

Punt Pass & Kick Contest lit.. Pcttrahurr Pirabur H Ian.t.>.h -IT Nolhn., Vane 4,IIPt. (AP) Minnesota rookie Tony Dec..5. reported that Wayne Anderson everything going well at Stetson twice for 14 and four.yarden.
Boca O... The Florida tram flew Into wa working hard. .
t Petersburg Otlva virtually clinched the Big Andy University and ha been workIng The Utter being Important because
This I 10 Just about the swan song for this year's Punt Pats h Dundl, II, It. rtrBurc XI.ho1Crirwstu American League batting title Jackson Miss. Saturday when was horn a couple of week ago out on Ms own with torn or it was a fourth down play

tick Contest which is sponsored by the National J'ootballlAaue II, .'f.n nerlwn. Saturday u the TwIn. edged Its chartered plane was diverted and looked real good at a trim the other uw freshmen Don Whalen connected with At*
and the Ford Motor Co. n.rt.w a.I,. II Dat, CI.Clly."':S.'ItlutICa.t C T the Los Angrles Angel I S. from New Ortesna by Hilda. t II. Big doing around Christmastime gar for II yard and the Dulfr

Bob WhItaker at Powell-cooper; Ford I le hopeful this final week M.Ibourne.. CaUloU' 10. 5arawlaMoo. OlIva doubled home.a run In Athletic business manager Word from Florida southern for the Bulldogs and the dog tallied with 10:Ot remaining
|Of registration will bring te many more boy. between the ages of Sic.ISety.tsl 11 south" eumptsr the seventh, giving him IforJ Jack CUmore said an ticket College ha* It thsf Dave Cobb I Ia junior varsity Bullpups.Tn M the gam when Angar took a t
|1-11 for the competition which I* slated for Saturday at I clock Brandon IS PalmalW 1Dunn.nnu en the_ day and aa average, ofJ3J would be honored on Dec. .. doing very well but 1* pasting Bulldogs will b* In a* Breckenridg) aerial at the live
'Municipal Stadium. t Jaa Parkw II..II..Jed** **KlbauU 1t t with on* game toft His. up basketball In an all'out effort eight' .team field fa the Tampa and smashed Into the end tone,
lake City II. :Jai K..nrJa e closest competitor. Baltimore Klwanls Invitational Tournament fiddle O'Qulnn then booted the/
llitntlsB chin hue' Frly and. ] id keys htartitesl{ Pa>.n '" f State slated Jor Dee .30 In .
Java t1*< .1IfO Jai Dv.*fit I Brook Robmson cloyed ", tib. Ohio Colts the extra point and It wi X 7.
In |.tttnf "kite tab. yeer*! idle Mint ilgn up it fewsU- Oran. Park-.awned f. Jai} 80". IJa .elate Saturday it JIT, SIc ins Tampa Jesuit High School 3,. The vUltors got a break on-n
: 4. a> hornet
Keeper lard tee enkrlng. I parent lent, te glee tin*. at.t KxVseat gym. punt that bruthod a Bundor

Then V Httklni t. ly gad there b I' Leafed .kt this. PalCtm. OaniaCaUakaa. IPalaika ; ) In Tic In addition to the host school helmet and was recovered by *>
vsnt. T. II.nealaMontlnllo Ja Trojans'Shocked Wins 17.9 Flag the other Tampa school will be I Wildcat at the DeLand two. D.
lake Bull.r IS. :.r.n. *... Chamberlain. HWabo push and Jones scored on the first play. .
The vsrlou awards will be presented !In Oct. 14 during the Florida Nwbrrr DAB II,II hrantmd Cr.* nl S City 1 The Flag Football League race Jefferson Th* Bulldogs Wuik With only S3 second left on

haUUme of the DeLand High Bullpup game with the Euatis Junior.anttJ' Santa r* T. Florida rllchTrnton I remained close yesterday morn are et four outside teems with the) clock& the Wildcat scored

Prrr IS,II New 11..11I..mrre. T e COLUMBUS. OhtAl'J -. lag a* the leading Redskin and th* others being plant City, gala as Timml Lee went over f
OET OUT AND REGISTER AND LET'S HAVE A BANNER Tavar in. l k* star II Halfback Arnold Chonko Intercepted Colt battled to a 11111* In the JacksonvUl Jackson and North from the seven. Ray Phl/er tan.
YEAR FOR THIS COMPETITION. Baldwin. 1). ",. AurWIln. La,.. I three I..t quarter passe feature game, east of It.Petersburg.HllUborough the extra point.
. llmatllla 1. Ovl 4* 4 tilt
Turkey Calk 40, Tampa Br4l rNnrth on the goal line Saturday to Bait In the second tune It was the wu a semifinalist I X. Jones once) again put" em

In The Mail Bag Tech Xartoa 1 IS. OalmevllU Temp ByMSU Indiana scoring threat and 'Giants scoring a 174 decision in the das AA Tournament quit an offensive show with hi.
Onto State escaped with a 171Western over the Beers. while Plant City went to fin change of pace effort thai

Had a real nice letter from Jerry Oil a ItM grad of DeLand MOAT* IIIYtl K.yatteiteeIgkts tHani Conference victory Both! the (Colt and Redsklnl tilt final of das A this year. netted him 181 yard tn X trie*.

High where he was a football and baseball standout last week **** Ir. Katblat: : EAST: LANSING. Mich. AP Chnnko's! Interceptions, one m opened the tesgue pity with a Th Bulldogs will jOay en* of till D. JOB** had TT and Joey West
Who is attending Eastern Kentucky State College. Mount. Dora I*. U.rm *l f ) I the 'ItIr.yard line, n second In win Its week Yesterday was Tampa bad club *n the Uth. cam through with M. Johnson
Omoland T. It. Cloud S A 49-yard field goal by barefoot 1
Arradla I*. OkMrkokM tilt end xone, and another on the Doug Wlshart scoring on a 40- The BuUpupe will b* making proved to be a gnat magtcUa In
h kit letter k* wrote the the eeeek wet eppsrsurtyfli ATOM Park II, Fort Ma
| to rtdHhlrt II massy frtikmen et ,...11I1. 'In *rsr teMi Fort Hared Mrr City t 7., Hollywood Aokuriwl" Ctiamln-* Import from Hawaii was the two games.Tory six pointer, Sieve Splvey got the face the Plant City Junior vanity Murphy bad a good night for

for the fvtvre H* added net kt "411't played' I* the lllraanil killing\ play Saturday as Mlcbl- were the big difference frond TD on a flve.yard run M the 9th In Plant Ci ". be Bulldog at he picked up 101

first tw* MBMt gad It eppMrtd k* wield k* "* t* kentsklrti Pta'"ecJ .II.OnlfIjik InmokatM e' II fll.) gas sale tweet favored Southen II the Ho lien attempted to while Jimmy Swallows rsn the A reminder to all member of yard with 11 attempts.
*. Tampa JMI $'' Plant Qty T Califors77. break n 12 gam ao-vidiwy .11 Important extra point that the Bulldog Basketball parent' Although there was plenty of
tak ware IT. Mulborrr The Trojans previously best the fifth rnkdBucks. dub that the second and flat
Bpkyrkill* IS, PliMrront string gslnst knotted the ,core. coring UM Bulldog had torn
Ke wrote that he had gotten to know Fete Still, former en- Ukla IT. TIM* J ff.r >. t Colorado 24 tad Oklahoma Terry William tallied tile first meeting will be held at 'T.JO; on good defense. and this was beaded
round athlete at the Florida Military School a coup!. of year Tamp. Mlllibemch 17, 'Tampa 14. and were ranked second laTh Tom Nowatzx. the Hornier' touchdown for the Colt when he Tuesday night' at the DfU audi by the fine play o* Bobby

back. and like him a lot and considers him quite a football player. OrklUa'cdfewattr: IS, OrttartaS .. Associated Pins pod last fullback who ted the Big Ten In dashed 19 yard. 11* then ran torium. Att players tad their Black. Others recording plenty
The weather ha been a llUle cool up In the hill already and week. parent Ira argil I attend. tackles
o Setontat, It. oak andc. IWhiter nuking last year, booted a tile PAT The final Colt score M and assist were ft.P"
Jerry ban been wearing sweaters and Jackets. It wool be long Havta II, Tim/'. Cha>iVrn. Xeaney. wu making fck first record SO-yird field goal midway cam on U-yard pass Intercvptlon )(11IIOIII', Pave
before be will be having tome snow to go with too cool weather. ':" 'z.-allla IfotfleBrlrM ppearaae tn a collage ..... through the first period tad by Stuart Oil*. Illinois Scores Hansen, Rusty Colt and K4
Anyone that ha got a minute and would'like to drop Jens yet 11 Bit 49-yari boot in the first the Hooslirs were off in front. David Vest, playing Us first .
peat card or note his address Is u follows: Box a MatinS flag ; Afa. Miter It CtvMrlew: period set a VBU record, ... Ohio IU ground game stalled, week In the league, wa till Mg KVANSTCtf: m. UP) Fred MThe Wildcat bit bard tad ran

Eastern: Kentucky State college Richmond, Ky.DleVt Jay I. ri* MSjU*. I ping IT-yard again tmt., byirl took: the tend ta the second perl difference for the Clarets at b* Custardo rifled a It-yard touch th* tarn way all Bight. They

km letter frees liVtra Ism, a WJ COLLCtlOM. Lattimet tt Worth.western od on Don VllverI.",'. U yard tallied four touchdowns. Three down. pass, lit ap another with had a team defensive tSort.WiiewMf .
any 44
a yard completion and booted
WajhlnatM 14 r- 14Tea. last year. to Bob Slock. Funk of Vesfi TD cam M pastel ttB
DHS grid tttendJe* Fernet tWvmhy, en e feetfcelJlmkadMlankla. L4k. Aa bmkeemed jeering pan n 25 yard field goal I* launch ? ,- -1 t
aMtr IS. iaa4 1 .c y. nnhKky added a 21-yard field goal 99MMKts U tad 10 yard but there a seawd* ..,. r
bat did tee MM tBepJets nt BkterH frets II Fwr'b.II.... Potroll to tab the" heart out of before tk* half. was no report on who did tile defending champion OllaoU' Big }. JM* rr..l (O. JMCr

a week age. UVtn wi h twe el the *ktm i ok. Nw M*. o* l., Ii,1.Ptidgewsln= 1. 14rraeiM the use attack. Rod Sherman passing." Vest rsa for the fourth Ton football campaign with a .M J II ws.. tree 110.4
iz; fin* defeeshre Brim gad It .leeks lib fce b rseDyceestna. Mlekls-a** 14.II. Motr Kary belled tram the 10 to tilt MSU score from 10 yards out IT I victory ever Northwester/ wZnl.. Jt*.* 1 tae (O. "....
North. (Canril. II. 7r.k4P.teat t end. KM ta the Trojsa opening David SigMVf tallied. I* Sat rday.Ntrihwastn'i. ..
....... CnrdsOffcr a O-AM4e It M** ,"* *r* k* .
Noticed that Friday Bight Oeorg Washington polished off mote H. CaroMM*lal 'St.7. it) Maryla* U eerie *f $aye, but tt was taped yard pas but again th* pasterwa Tom Myert Ito, .... i"r"...
if'urmsa. 34-it 0* Tf1* T*,* li CtMMMf_ beck M O* 40 by. a dippOigp not listed. Stew Higgii- warn overshadowed I by th* Junior W-p JM r "' '.IIIf. 1I1dI.a TtSwSP11Nkraakar4. .4lty igalntt love) ..... Keane Pact botham scored the last TD en n ejuarterhack of the third ranked
.1 t A puaOtg SMt tn th* second 4>yard punt return llllnl. But the senior Wildcat
T-BirclsToPlay Braves Roll tMraBtfOrwiM lendfr Louis. wa* credited with* n 'Ttyadtouchdown
IS. ?as M. 14rnytate period left M50 tt* marga vest, younl"'lJrothn of Standings
AP) St.
MIMUry 14, Wn at die ball. ST. LOUIS David, scored! tile Ion touchdown : : pas t*> Ron Rector
DATTONA BEACB-Tbe: highflying M.ryrn. I-.c I Both team scored ta tile third Cardinal Maaager Johnny for the Bar on a 19yardMS fas the third! period tftat matched
1CLWAUKCE (AP) Ante 1.. ..... 44. KJ wu ellered a BW ton with tile longest la tt* nuKtnlty'i AC5NNAN LlA'U'
Daytona Beach Thunderbirds fiiPth:: "l' w. i tnurtor, die Spartan oa a pie, the passer not W. L. P." 1 o
haa- substantial increaseFriday
Umbach Syearold tight KiniiuwtB) a FfitMrtraalL rvwdr yard drive and use oa an M. tract at a luted.TEAM. Usury, Tech 5. U ,I"
I down on the Cowboys der making hi* major league is. RMW* i I by dub President _.. e, Ii ,1/1'
swoop B kan 14 HartaH II yard march.Mcalgan night W. .. T.Redskin .....see....SiSi 55..eRiprewallag _.. I'4
from ZXXhaa. Ala. tonight debut pitched the Mawauke CantMt. T.a r. Cue tDtlavar ; State pat DM fan* Aerusl A. Busck Jr. 1 0 I ._. 1$ 11 its sAe ..
SudJ- Brtve' to aa Uf victory over 14, HW r4 I The eodtract wu lot the IllS I : ._ ._. 5. M..... .
in Memorial CUM 1 I 1
at t o'clock vTiiaS it. viff1* '' sway with about flv* mlMitM to t.a.wu. .le .... It'ler.rl4
local ten make their the Pittsburgh Pirate sator lesson. Giants 1 I l'
tmt the threw 23 .114
i as Amnvm
tal* 44. liiirt' 4)BalM ) tax Candled wb I It : TriTiItriIflltUMUe ., .: 1 .: :
Tie It
The manager
last home tttad for the Bert 14. t la tat Bear 0)0aisriay' WseUttek It
day.Rico : yvd to C n* Washington .. ee .., I
three weeks.Dothaa catty led the Moves Uterp* N.febtr.argI. ftf.l coil aiding: tor the pennant told Oaaw Ka Cltr __ 1.. J44a
come Into the) game attack M Dot Cardwea and Mac* <**. 14 twjK BvTfal* rr- U noatvDOB Bashi 1 have too many things Bear vs. Redskin (II:.,) ) i o. ,."......t. .

as the substitute team ta the three) occetton with kit 22nd "' ''Mac It.. Ita.-. 14rirslaie. BLACKIS ea my mind right ... Why Coll V*. Cleats (10) Y,....a.OAv'a I. Crar.dee eSIULTSN
Soother Professional Football home rat Mt..AS ..Ta.. Oalinl Ti .II M don't we wall lath the *eaoViever ComptsUiU t.WM 1* K._ilnnln"S tats I

schedules far the BOW defunct .W 5L 14 Mtaen 1.rm.M WEEK'S x to disease ur Haulers Score Me. t. t>*(ri I ISfOOAV )
Colonvtms ICac. 'fll'&tIoL'J'1II toted two toochdowi pasty 1 Mao. rL u. 6.M.M Fattier, both Bnscb and Bob as.SOa S. ter" Aae.I.. I
I Cowboy boast a moot e.. and scored ea a plunge te --r- DOG9Tl 0 Bowtam. th* BW general manager Aattlr* al *kfinMatA .
... ....,..,.. tI : APVITort-
viable record of five straight comeback tied scads. Iowa .BU. .. J4 If....... .a bad sold they would MKan 4U A. and K. had to com from t.rut a M. h/.si.
a. w III
I wins wkhaa average of JJpaats Big Ten aetioa Mat week with a ."' .- It, Ne.m *', tutu Dill till aki..i.. .1 Sa M
behind to detent
stubborn Lteola
1 per game and havwactaOowedI perfect record. 'A ir'&:" "... De& AimW / std *f the Mason. University footbtil a tow ItTh > C mitt ._ ....IIJe4) _
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their toe to score hse4a551d ........ a JaIUt4a1. NATWN 5Aqua
Smrii. .-.nI 5dmiedaS adetvdent SeOOTleUcrlMlEntrance. Betas* T Efll AxWVAL 1Wde w. alwsyl a rto w. r.l
gaM ptoyed by stree. pw
i Iaar1a1lCad1ma ticket wtadowt win btgtan beat **. ,&a1tr *+. WATER SKI SHOW '*.". BMQieJ. wr BUylngwtdwctaetr .,;.::: f :El

this aa..... ...., IPsekla prindiJ *o rlagttreat ... I avetsadtta
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sumps .rtd bird wee* by ft.* rows wa CLUB a swoOea aside aad Crawl o si 11= t
>DaLasd OanrtsiBir* Otob lau Caliber eWided DM last &
[owa Scores rice SI.67ra mat Knttt wit M *k* LAKE lIHitEY mans to kp bJm. '41 ft* .TRKkHTZZII.... w.rT.wll15sFrr5

AS tfPN Ad .... .**.'* apnatsl awed ee.mile .44 Ste.. d putsSUNDAY2M1P.M. beset in die Barters; seasonpever. JaiifsF.Clir.fylft4WftU8
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spMt tt vkimgM Sohn We gelled lorwaly" Mil -.c IIMI.uwr' die A. tad ... stuck fur threeperindi. -
with pa-teg tilt rfcMUdes IDEAL IQILBERS SBPPLY Ce. But LUcola. hi torn.emddat :
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l 7 iiy Crack Over Florida ,t.r 1 ,

4 9 1 F +t A i ,,. 'ta'd By UERNARD BMROP shots frequently ripple through man from somewhere In Central
gas News Staff Writer I the serene neighborhood. But Florida trying out Us new "cow '
P M S On peaceful Martin St. Just out residents pay the noise little whip." 4 i i
.p yYY9 e 1 I'1t 1tti fid* DeLand, sounds Ukt riCe mind. They know It'. a cattle- Cattlemen from Klirimmee

,t a } $i, v 'Okeechobee., Ocala and other
; } place throughout much of FlorIda tt
( IN M" are patrons of Henry E t
Braddock, who lives on Martin t
i ip 9 9i St So are large saddle stores 1
I ;, ,ll { ,' In Lake Worth and Klsulmnve.
a The Joke about there
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i I , demand
N being small anymorefor
I ,, ..YM .J. / buggy whips does not applyto 1+ t I
1'r 1
i : ":I, 6 long plaited cow whips used
y, n by most'livestock men In FlorIda
P d s for working cattle from horse '
Y back. Braddock can attest to
1 tq / the good market' lor cow whips
x o bw He estimates that, since retlre
ment from the Florida Power
,d Mat i a Corp. in 1955, he's plaited over

{ 2,500.
l The 74-year-old floridian, who
t is afflicted with arthritis, worksin
t j ;"R a shop on the back porch of
Y tt'r r '( r 9kA his home amid the good, clean

,> gl smell of leather. WHIPS FOR THE COWMAN-Braddock displays
1 1S From large sheet of deer, cow completed cow whips of varying lengths at his home'onMartin
,J 'M' ', and. goat hide, he painstakingly
'i t St. Dear DeLand The 74-year-old craftsman
1 't'. cuts ends of quarter-inch the strips are itripi.anchoredto The has been making whips for more than 60'years. Since

MiM- ? ; a hook on Braddock's work retirement i in 1959, he has made about 2500. They are
.a bench. Then the wizard of snapped up by livestock men in Central Florida.
f PLAITING REQUIRES SKILL-Braddock is famed throughout Central FlorIda whips turns his skill to formingthe
for the, quality of his handsome cow whips, The.craft of whipmaking is an old < :: tapered whlp-t skill that The whiprnaker buys some bobby during 29 years of employment
leather from but muchof at the Florida
i suppliers Power
I but rapidly declining one Braddock probably is one of a very few remaining skilled has made him renowned among the deerskin used In making Corp. plant in Enterprise.A .
I whipmakers In Florida. Here he braid four strands of pliable' deerskin, the first ; r many of the state's livestock whips comes from hides Braddock youngster in Seville recently
in fashioning a whip. men
buys or that are given to
: wrote Braddock "Dear Uncle
L I''T Braddock explains that a 12-
him by hunters. Henry I'sure have enjoyed the
foot is fashioned
ftp 12 BQAKD (FLORIDA) SUN NEW SUNDAY, OCTOKR, 1964 a cow from whip three actually Individual A Seminole Indian woman near cow.whip." '
f ', whips. First, he plaits a section Okeechobee "hand cures" deer ;Says Braddock 'I've given
..t.n ,3i "-0 from six strips of leather. Then hides Braddock takes to her. The awayvat'leas( 90 since I retired."I .
For Workers a four-strand plait is added and leather >Is soft and pliable and Just have, to keep bIllY,"
Aid In Bf Land Area S2.282 ..I the whole whip is over-plaited "makes a real fine whip," Braddock Braddock says as his large but

I --...... ,-.. with eight plaited strips. says. He also aces chemically skillful hands form tight braids
A Christian Workers' Training HANDLE STYLES tanned deerskin and cow of leather, "or I'd go nuts. I

DORA'S NOT DEAD YET. School will be held at Trinity LEATHER IS CAREFULLY CUT-Henry Brad- Several varieties of Iaot-long hide. Just can't sit around a house
Methodist Church beginning Sun handles are fashioned' for the Braddock acquired his love for without something to do."
dock, from DeLand
day Nov. 1, and continuing expert cuts quarter- whips from hickory trees Braddock leather at the age of 10 when If demand for his whips continues
through the following Thursday. inch strips of deerskin for use in plaiting long, tapered cuts himself. The hard he began plaiting whips at his at the rate of more than
RC STILL PAYING 'FARE'Th. The Sunday session will be cow whips, for which he is'renowned. (Sun News wood Is allowed to cure la a shed home near Crescent City In Putnam 250 a year, Braddock will have
from 3 to 5:05: p.m., and sections Photos by Bishop) Braddock's. home. County. He continued the no trouble keeping bury.M .
American Red Cross is spending a total of 2282.59 Monday, through Thursday will
)in the DrLsnd and Flerson arras In conjunction with last be from 7:30: ,to '::20 p.m. The ,
month's Hurricane Dora. pastor, the Rev. Alfred B.
DeLand city manager Wesley Sweat, who also Is chair Vtught, will be dean of the
man of the local ARC cbapler, has announced that Mrs Pearl school.
Wenner, national ARC caieworkr hu completed her assign Courses and teachers will be HERE ARE JUST TWO
ment here. "Work of the Local Church,"
Ot the applications made to the.Red Cross for aid In repairing taught by the R v. John H.,Hires
storm damage, 11 families qualified for assistance en of Grace Methodist Church, Sanford -
the basis, of need. ; "Work ot the Church and
Labor and materials' for repairing damage to these fami Social Problems" the Rev E. B.
11...' homes totaled fl.975.78, Deane) Smith, local RC disaster McBroom of. Orange dry Metho-
chairman and city commissioner, laid dint Church; "Teaching In the
In addition to assisting homeowners, the Red Cross spent. Church School;!', the Rev Reid '
a total of 1306.81 to supply food, ",111nl1.fOUe<< to oeeupajiti: B.-,Cw ot.'flerson: Methodist .B "SURE ..w '..' "1 .,1 4. \\
of emergency,shelters during the twodays emergency. (Churchv-* I ,
According to Sweat, approximately" 45 per'Wi of-the Officers of.the school! are the ,
funds collected by the local RC ehaptet'4prldg"thi'M+rch" K vr Alfred B;Vanght pastor of ALL NEW ,.
campaign Js sent to national headquarters, and Is used to Trinity, dean; the Rev George
aid victims of natural! disasters funds spent to assist those Wlxeman, pastor of First Methodist
qualifying for aid are. an outright gift from the Red Cross, Church In charge of publicity; CHEVELLES
i not a Ian.SCARRED. Mr W. M.''Whitman) in chargeof 'r
the book store, and Graham
Harris, .
the start oi World War m."
The Joy's,crew said they believed
75 Ciutrclet Impala Super Sport Coups '
they* Jalunk\ two boats
l Maddox Returns From Sea in the second engagement

Copt Herri?* said the Au,. 3
fight started when the ..Maddoxwas e
LONG BEACH, Callf dAPI( ) firing 'started. Said Capt. John about 15 miles oft the North
,/One machine gun bullet hit the J. Herrlek, of' Garden Crave, ..Vietnamese toeet on a Sunday
destroyer Maddox, and two Calif., flag otrlce '01 .Destroyer afternoon patrol, "
torpedo mined by 200 'yards Division 192, who WU aboard!I"It' Lt1( gl) Keith Bane of Lombard 0" The 5 That Are All New
when the Maddox fought. ot '' wss a deliberate .attack oit ; 111., gunnery officer on the
Communist torpedo boats in the their part. Their torpedoes .were Madeira said two torpedoes had
Cult of Tonkin. on the wry before we fired our t"*Mftd by the Maddox leu than
Three details ot the Aug. 1 first shots. 200 yards away.
'engagement!' were dlscloned by BANK O.XK BOAT "we -lAW cur fire hit one ot 5 "
:'crewmen u the Maddox returned Maddox crewmen'1 said they their ships in the water," h* ;" And The All New '
here Friday after seven had sunk one Communist torpedo raid "It started to burn and I'
months) Far Eut sea duty, boat and damaged two oth came dead In the water" 1 I
The bullet mark was still ers. Comdr Robert C BarnhartJr. )
here, a .S0-callber-slze dimple 'Two days later the Maddox ., skipper of the Joy, ot nearby ., f CHEVROLETTRUCKS
on the destroyer's fantail. The and the destroyer Turner Joy Sunset Beach told how thelerpedo
'crew said the torpedoes bad were attacked again Said Dean boats had struck seals
bees tracked on sonar Abney, 13, of Harbor CIty Au,. 4 when the two U.S. ships
Crewmen said the Maddox Cant, boatswain' mate aboard were 63 miles oft the North ,
bad been attacked before the the Joy "I thought I was see- Vietnamese collI.Br"lll'l"mf I
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The DeLaal Bun News Mar '.,., we augreM you attend the ear 1* wider yet sleeker. The BUCK I The new model in the Fleet ne*. Nit sedans and the coupe It receives<< a longer, more rre offered In the Chevy n, entering
present INs second page of show In js now under way at sporty Cyclone aerie ha Ito owndistinctive The Influence of Riviera styling l I wood series 1* the Sixty Special have been dropped The seven ful look by the addition of 27 Its fourth of attracting the
Dew car picture and Informa- DeLand'. new car ..... : grille and ornamentation featuring more sloping root I sedan with Its own exclusive\ 133. new models are either convertibles Inches for an overall length of year
Con to ghe subscriber a quirk lines, longer, lower hoods, inch wheelbase and aa. overall or two.and Iour.cfoohard.. 19SI Inches ((2011 Inches for motorist who( wants tasteful
glimpse of what the major manufacturers For the second consecutiveyear Mechanical Improvement Include shortened rear deck and high' length of 2T7.5 Inches, aa Increase tops. station wagons). Width continues styling, economy and ease of
! are offering American Mercury Comet the significant power train advances crown rear fenders, dominatedthe of four Inches which 1* CTTCVZLLE LINE at 718 Inches but some handling,
'&tnntorlMa.but norldi durability champion more responsive steerIng theme of the new line of 1965 realized largely in the rear For 1963, the Chevelle line Is models are more than an Inch Americas only sports (car
) Sunday we presented 11 promts an entirely new appesrance > a new electrical system, Bulcks. passenger compartment. expanded to 12 model In four lower sport coupe height 1s Corvette offers another pacesetting
|new car models and today are and major mechanical better ride and Increased com Bulck's trend toward sport- CHEVROLETChevrolet series Including a new economy 32* inches. development! for 1963 -
completing our display. with advance.. fort and new low.profile tires. ness In design, as exemplified In takes its longest series, the .yi ." The car will New styling refinements and a dial brakes on all four wheel u
These 1] model*. Styling of the 1965 Mercury A wider choice of new optionsand Its Riviera, I. more evident la abide into the fine car Held with continue Ita 113-Inch wheelbase. wider range of optional power Is standard equipment.
h. For (pie'complete ...". oa the Comet ia fresh and exciting.: :! The. accessories Is offered two-door modelsn the Wildcat Its 1465 passenger cars plus

1 I and LeSabre aeries, with their offering the widest variety of ,. lwe1I
long, sloping roof line*. However, luxury models and product tea-
the classic Riviera styling I Ia lures In Its 54 year history.On .
very evident throughout the en display are 45 models la
tire 1965 line. 4,' five distinctive lines of new
CHRYSLER Chevrolets Of these 20 are

Chrysler cars for 1963: are completely -,, 'sport modela' convertible
new automobiles with' a and hardtops.
longer wheelbase Increased There are can la two

Interior room, more powerful linesThe:
.engines and Improved riding regular Chevrolet long
w4er w.4awr"weer comfort time Industry sales leader
( + a+ The 1965 Chrysler I II all new In moves to a new prestige plateau
1 A Ita metal sculpture) Added to the wild the greatest comfort and
line are three new entries: a luxury ewer offered
Newport four.door Town Sedan, -The Corvalr makes a drama.tic .
a New Yorker two.door hardtop advance with its tint major
and a New Yorker Town Sedan, sr>'ling change in five years .
These additions give Chrysler IT Customer design I, ''S- f ;ff1A e
approved I : ; S... I
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models In 1965 with -- a
h--T significant styling refine II'
The 1965 Chrysler In three menu, is continued for the
series New Yorker, the Sports Chevelle, Chevy II and Corvette Corvette Sting Kay Sport Coupe
American Station Wagon 300, Including the SOIL, and the lines The Corvette also becomesthe IILL HOLLII MOTOR SAUS S50 S. IOUUVAX9Chntltr
JACOBS MOTOR SUYld SOI S. IOUUVAW Newport has a wheelbase of first .American car tft provide ,
124 Inches, as Increase of two four wheel" Inches over 1964 models, and an standard equipment 1 a 1 k 9
overall length of 218.2 Inches an LONGER: CAR ,.. \ ; :.
JL.3e .
Increase of 29 Inches Fifteen models la tour series" l!' r., f Ct' '" :; \ ':.
CADILLACCadlliae stress a bigger car concept. The : "' ;. _I. ,. .,.
for 1965 representsthe new Ch\mlet Is longer by more .
most extensive change! the than three Inches Ito 2134 .
divisions (2 year history Completely inches, wider by *{ Inchesto ,410' (' '-
new from top to bottom ( 79 ( Inches and one Inch low ",
Inside and out. the 1965 model er (Ito a sport coupe height ot T j
are now in dealer showrooms. 541 Inches) than 19M models ..,
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EditorialsFDC' '!!CRACKER

I So Who Gets .tody of the Kids? Political Observers Ask Question

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Cabinet Status Will Bryant Run Again

Pointing out that tourism and industry art
local The pm'IOI1alletterl have
ALLEN: MORRIS with representatives of may
the number one and two factor in Florida'seconomy TALLAHASSEE By About the media and an apparently Informal been motivated by the same

Wendell Jarrard ST., chairman of the :i. only thing certain of Governor (bat actually well- sentiment Like many busy

Florida Development Commission, has launched \ Fanrls Bryant's future la that mapped) speech followed by public men, Bryant as the

there are no certainties.As questions from the audience. days run out quite possibly
to the leader
a strong push to give cabinet status Governor Bryant move USEFUL DEVICES led he ha neglected many !
of the FDC. .v useful friends with whom he was closely
around the state on his Jayeee- AH these obviously\ are
This is not a particularly: new argument by sponsored ipeaUng tour one device for a potential candi associated during his political

Jarrard now president of the DeLand State question recur In the minds of date. The question-and'answer lifetime. Too, possibly because I
I observer session, for Instance generally some member of his staff' were
Bank, but with the approaching change in state .political That question I II: Do the can be counted upon to create overloaded and other were lackIng I p

j administration and the next biennial session of Governor' speeches and his the Illusion of candor and Intimacy In a sense of public relations, 1

I the Legislature it is an opportune time to present have been what even Bryant
I another .
for aspirants.There
campaign public
I come of the facts on the issue. office? have been other recent would have wanted.

Jarrard was appointed chairman-director of To friend who Inquire the moves that seem to be suicep- When Bryant leave the door

the FDC by Gov. Bryant. Although during the Governor suggests, with a title ot the tame Interpretation. open to a possible future r.ce. 1 l
example, the Governor has perhaps for Governor again or
twinkle, that what be la doing For
past four years there hu been controversy over may be good politics but equally written lengthy letters to nu- for United State: Senator, he

the commission and its place In the Florida picture good business If he elect to menu old friendla various very likely I* limply recognizing

no one can deny that under Jarrard'i lead remain la private life. part of the the lesson of Florida political
Some of these friend are atate. Govern. history.
ership the FDC has become an active and power* convinced that Bryant I II not or Bryant Insists If Bryant did go back to the

ful force in promoting the itate. merely being coy and that In- these are private practice of law for the

Jarrard several months ago resigned u director ti lead he simply want to keep "personal" let. rest of his day, he would be
his poaltlon u flexible u pos ten. They do the only Florida governor In
of the FDC but retained his post as !chair
this (
sible. They believe that It an recall put century excluding Dan
man. He still is a member of the "Little Cabinet," opportune situation arise, Bryant associationsand McCarty who died In office)

a group of state agency heads who act as advisorsto will run. If It doesn't he 1* dlfcuu not to run for something Apparently
the ) perfectly prepared to be lawyer some aspect of the liking for politics
governor.In r / Bryant with his shingle out for State that enable any man to per.
urging cabinet status for the FDC, Jar client ment of special severe for the governorship I 11

rard points out that because a governor can only ,.e .,. The format usually employed interest to MORRIS not to be satiated by havingonce 1 1
the served
serve one four-year term, the chalrman-director: for the Jaycee speeches I* recipientThe Governor also Is tending there protestation ,
by some departing governor
and all of the policy-level ,staff are subject to enough that the whole swing of
replacement by each new governor, often as a ; the state 1 11 part of a plan to to newspaper, an Informational standing. \
j started Justice Mlllard F. Caldwell la
matter of political expediency. "Florida no long! strengthen the Bryant Image program
few month ago for the first a good example of the magnetic I'
and lay the groundwork for
er can afford this four-year system; Jarrard time. And the "Aik Your Go Influence that draws men back
political availability after he
says. I :. step down u governor in vernor" tape are being din Into politics again and again.

'The foundation for his argument is a strongone. January trlbuted again to radio stations' Who could reason why, save on
after .a protracted lapse. emotional ground, Caldwell
He says that cabinet status for the Development The program ha Included a A press tour of highway' pro. would be Interested In becomingone

Commission would eliminate the staggering ._.. reception a press conference: grew, with Governor Bryant of seven Justice of the

cost and delay caused by starting making part of the Journey Florida Supreme court after a
unnecessary WASHINGTON MERRY-GO.ROUND could be considered In the same lifetime of honor: Rule Chairman
'I an entirely new program each time a new governor category. It apparently was intended of the Florida House of

takes office A "lame duck" commission in : 11 the to dramatize the claim Representative' Congressman

its final year hesitates to launch new programs Seen ban that lour the.laned Bryant more administration mile of Governor President'and sub.cabinet member u of Civil a '
Johnson 'Miracle' I'l1 w.@@!
which might be killed before they produce the t highway than any other. Defense Administrator?' ,

fruits of success, he says. L Taken singly each of these

He says that many "professionals" will not '" activities la a straw In the wind Son, :Mother Die \y'

consider FDC posts simply because they are con Over GM-UAW Strike that to tome observer point In
the direction ot another political
SANTA MONICA. Calif. (AP) l'
cerned about political replacement when a new race. Taken In the aggregate, A sedan roared down Santa ,

I 1 governor takes office. He says, that many of thecommission' "! U.S. ''Incomes Policy' Cited these same observer believe Monica pier, suddenly! swerved
they are conclusive. In other then bunt through the railing
most capable men already have resigned
By DREW PEARSONWASHINGTON the President remarked, "We've word, these analysts are convinced and hurtled Into the sea.

realizing they might not have survived Shortly before Just got to have good men running By GEORGE IUGEDORN the U. S, Is a member, recently the name ot Farris Bryant In two second it sank -

I the next change in administration.In the General Motors.UAW the government and I am The Organization for Economic issued its second report on policies will appear on the ballot of carrying an investments expertto

support of his proposal, Jarrard says that atria, President Johnson per. proud of tome of the men who Cooperation and Development, for price stability. An earlier some future statewide race. his death.
formed miracle of have been to
persuasion. willing Join me.
an International body cabinet status would bring about a close liaison He Induced GM chairman Frederic Her 1 I. the executive ,of the what be Hllla\
restraining wage Increase and privately suggests may away In Beverly the
between the FDC and ,the entire cabinet.\ He Q. Donner to Join the. biggest corporation In Americawho weary Ev Dlrksen in the way this one deal with price, profit good politic also could be good man' elderly mother collapsed

would also have a part in decisions which often Board of Communication Satellite Is willing to give his time from Washington to make aspeech *, and other non,wage Income business for an Governor returning and died before a doctor could
Corporation. Johnson wa right In the middle of strike last Sunday. But Ev These report reflect chlfely to the private practice be summoned. An empty pill
have a major impact on the state's industrial development not trying Influence the strike, negotiation to help out, the '
less thousand
drew than one the concern of the European nations of law. .bottle wu found nearby.
I tourism growth, and.orderly'lntemal but rather wanted a good man government" when 15.000 were expect with their mounting Inflation SEASON GIVENOf Police today listed;death of
state development for thin .government gen- Barry Goldwater, a baseballfan people although reference 1* madeto course, one reason for the both Philip Zetzer 47, and Bertha
1 ? White himself I I. wonderingwhether edJust before he arrived the the experience of the United current Informational procedures Zetzer 73, a* probable suicides. .
Headed by a cabinet officer who must go be House adviser told LBJ some major league ballplayers
J Democrats ran a local newspaper State. In Europe the fftort to torn*' of which have been I
I fore the voters every four years, the programs he couldn't possibly snag Don. .... arc ganging up against ad In the form of an restore price stability has taken urged upon Bryant before he Detective said Mrs Zetzer

of the FDC would b<< closely geared' to the needs sir Into any type of pro- him. T:.. New Yrk
government work. But Johnsonreplied During a recent: that the wrong people had taken This rather vague term refers to may be the very human desire over the death of her only son ,
f and desires of the people. These programs would that he had herd Dinner .Yankee'Los Angeles game, Jim intervention by
over the Republican Party. They government on !hi* part to leave the most They could find no motive for ,
have to stand for future approval the voters was the most efficient executive Plenall of the Angel had to hit cited Hubert Kregeloh of Spring. admonition or by regulation
instead of being placed into effect after electionof In American Industryand the ground to avoid being struck field Mas. who spoke at the by various subtler forma .ef with the public when he goes
he was going to try. by a fast ball from a Yankeepltchll' opening GOP rally In the Buckley pressure la the private wage- out of office. Dennis Over 100 Years;;
also believes that elect
Jarrard looked
a an Angrily I
governor. Flnt. Johnson caned dark area. He I II a high official price determining mechanism. It well could be that he would
ed cabinet officer would have a stronger voice Kerr, president of University around at Yankee catcher Elton of the John Birch Society serves TO APPEASE UNIONS like, more than anything else ATLANTIC OTY NJ. (AP-)

with the. State Legislature on matters vital to the of California, and said he neededa Howard a Negro the who. wa on the committee of endorser A report released la 1M1 by for a majority of the people of The Dennis Is the oldest hotel I
good man to serve a* a-director squatting behind plate"Eston of the Birch Society on the the OEEC (predecessor to OE- Florida to think "good old name on the beachfront today. I
promotion of tourism and industry.We of the satellite\ corpo he barked, "If you American Opinion's speakers bureau CD) had caused some eyebrow Farrl' whenever the Bryant Prof and Mrs. William Dennis!

\ believe that Jarrard'i,Arguments are ration. can for another close one like" for the Birch Society and raising by concluding that while administration Is mentioned. It erected a two room cottage In

sound and worthy of consideration by the 1963: Next the President called .that m vote for Goldwater CAPITAL, 1* a [contributing editor to the wage Increases could be and It only natural that he would Atlantic City In 1860 The cot- "
George Messy president oft<< be CONSERVATISM Birch' publication "American have been aa Independent cause want to have people regard him tag later wan expanded Into a
State The Legislature) the \
Legislature power AFL-CIO. and drafted him. William F, Buckley the right. Opinion." of Inflation the same wa not house.
a* a good rooming
to create such a post so it could be submitted asa Only after these two nun wing publisher, sent a hurry call Sharon site of the Buckley' true ot business pricing poUcl .. governor.

constitutional amendment for the people's ap were la the to Sea. Everett Dirties of Oilnola family home, wu the birthplace This exoneration of business
bag did John pillar of the Republican of "Young Americans for Free made labor union around the
proval. ion can General Party to com: up to Connecticut dom." Buckley I* reported to world unhappy and apparently
Continuity is the key to success in any long- Motor and atom the tide of Republican have given 130,000 act of his the new report I* Intended to

range program. And the work of the FDC is long- "The President .r" defectors away' from Gold own pocket to get the young appease them by pointing out City HallChatter
of the United .water ReiMbllctas organized ways ef regulating price and
Full of the state's industrialand hu long
range. development State can't The Buckley family Yet this birthplace of connervatlsm profits.
tourism program cannot be carried to com run the country lived la Northwest Connecticut .11 I now defecting to The report I II equivocally
four It must aU by himself" around Lakevllle. In area nonsally Johnson." worded throughout and carefully .
pletion in two, three or even years. 1 No
3 to avoid
he told Donner. ; any firmly tta'ed
be continuous effort by a well led organisa has had amen of BARRY BLOCKS JUDGE
e a "He's got to Democrat a recommendation As we readIt hi
Sen. Goldwater was
Barry opjgi
lion, have .help. victory la that area for about supposed to be terribly busy It seem to say that there i
Some people one hundred ,ean. And the I* probably no very good eco- '
the State to consider for President In
We Legislature
urge the Presl- PEARSON Buckley family I 11 distressedever campaigning scenic case for control of profIt .
seriously cabinet status for the Florida Develop say possibility that this August However, he toot timeout and price but that t then
dent' got the OX In the ditch. the to to block the appointment : such a f BKRMARD: BISHOF \
anent Commission's chief executive. But anyway, I need good men; year may break that precedent of try U. S. Attorney Carl controls are unavoidable since Nvn Skit Write
and they tell me you're the best The bolt from Goldwater laArizona. wage restraints are necessary
executive la the United State among Republicans ha become Muecke u and labor would not accept them \
la former
Muecke a
We need you." so rapid that FrisclOa Buckley without parallel restraint* oa
Donner said he would think It sister of the right.wing publisher labor lawyer Goldwater who la not crowd popular hi profits and price Qty CommHsloner H. W. Jack) Johnson reportedly told bin

DIED A$3Y .a .. over. But taking BO chances: and managing editor of the with Arizona.the And Barry tried to (Doat blame this column It fellow commissioner H. Dean Smith that "war ha been derJohnson's
Johnson then called a. a e CalMotors' National Review, announced that through ether observer interpret the clared."
banker A day or two she would give 13 to Goldwater block his appointment Sen. OECR document differently. U remark allegedly wa mad after a recent commission -
later, Bonnie called back and for every Independent Republl;. his old friend Mississippi chairman of really 1* a thicket of doubletalk.) meeting which Smith used the word "."" la connection \
Best AnswerIs !\ accepted the Job.NoteTalking sea who bolt to Johnson. James Eaatland This I II a peculiar position for with a statement mad by Johnson.
to friend later Finally the Buckleys draggedher te Sens' Ji"" clary Committee.the doer' a working party of international To regular observer at Qty MalL It would be hard to tell
The Incident Illustrate economist to take. One would If .a war between the two arch.political rival
backstage working agreement" have that would did break If there ha been
Truth thought they out ever peace,
chad. She took him to court and won M now be ban between Republicans and DM-
exert themselves to correct urn been shaky, to say the least
to give her support money for the baby. She told someone crats. biased and unsound economic Johnson who resigned from the cttJmauaer'
that the baby wasn't even his she Just wanted him In "Dear Jim" letter, dated
UIGAa. a reuonlag. Instead they have position after Smith and his colleague
YAK $UUSm$ to get stuck so his wife (met and his Aug. it Goldwater wrote toSen Imply shrugged their shouldenand mealed, the former admlnUtrarto"
would She swore that she wa going
family Eastland:. gone along with It. la ISO. never has concealed !hi* political difference N
DEAR ABBY I I was ban six month and two days to make me suffer U every way possible for not giving The President I understand DOUBLE TALK with the Ward 1 commissioner. And
after my parents wen married. When I first figured this him a divorce so he could marry her. My husband tell has sent the name ef Cart vice vena.

flustered and close to lean *o I never mentioned I ground to sue?, consldentton a* a district Judge ether countries with direct price might be a scheduled speech by him ta Mew
again. Mother 1* from a good family and IIIe and my HURT BADLY In Arizona. I understand that control Illustrate abundantlytheir Smyrna Beach la behalf of Hubert Jacobs
father have been completely faithful to each other. They the State Bar has candidate for Volusla
distorting and gtvwth' -eup- Republican County commissioner -
are top u parent to me and my three brother I want DEAR ABBY for goodness sake, doat print my to be Incompetent '
Judged this man effect the from district L Jacob opponent I II IaIIIIV
pressing oa
to tell her that I doa' care U the D1D have to get married tame or say where WIll I from-Just give me an answer and I further know that tIM economy.But Smith,, a Democrat.
I love her Just the same. Abby yo could help before I go out of my mind. Is It poaslbl for a wcmaawh 01 Mama lawyers the OECD report sauna to .
vt majority wobble back sad forth ta Its
a lot of people who had to get married if you would tell la M yean of age to have a baby? I would ask mydotter 100 percent .
approaching There will be
I would attitude toward taterveotka apparently so Immediate mckdowa vio
say oa
them how afraid he would laugh.. at
to handle It when their children bring It tp, but I am me. opposed 10
Should are violently la the price field. lator of the dtys neatly dopted ordinance regulating dog*.
they take refuge la Hence? Should lie about "
the date of their they FOOLISH this maa being appoIJItt4.Eut1u4 Thus at eM point the rrctreeogmbs Salary for a dog wardea la Included ta this fiscal year's
marriage? Or should they Insist that the auceeededlag .. that ", .a .*- budget effective Oct L But the wardea be
comf.henctve probably hired
tt IM.. act wen
lint Tea,
baby was premature? What the beet. DUll rOOUSXl s* >** taw ywr4cr. for atxaix
iwerNLD I areaUM yin inn crack a ..u.. the appotatmeat and detailed system of right away
week MeaawhSfe Arfzoaa's price' control ta the strict seoae, A hock kr tilt eyardeal 1M II a .rder u4 the clip' has

DEAL UNEOlGllUCDt: The .,. who **tn+ DUll lOtTi B Ihss wemaa actually .Msck* yearlMkaad senior ...._. Cart Hay kame ta. b sMtther" practicable ace 4. budgeted IUOO tor tilt DtLucl HIJZftIH Society. when Impoa4o
tunt .. fir claN 5, did claimed 00I4ftGdIa'l strata But tea a tttOe later ed deg are kept and disposed et
mbamlag, fc atwrnn DM bed ...... B*. a* tar SUe ppn msoay *
erapto LAS a* get snarrt4. The me aa .tay ytatntty.lent a4 ....... yea iheeN. ass a .lawyer gas vends Use the what he was to0*** about the" 5ueusa... Oat price> Annual Been*** tor 4ogs are be -*] ta
.. esa ales nil ea uC Maw 1M pt M Owe w peso. tewosl Bad ef obsess being B. .....,... !. wt. gotoM eUe del *retty fumed\ tIP ) he effective October.! Due date for ty> MW ncSETwu OA Tb... pet
alee* Ihe girt CM sWtbhiy ...... *. aa ...*. e vfwsflag SMSta).wttk a atak rarely time and truth. Te prove ****took.. nleaa the fwrenmeat ta kaewato wows have lid Oct. M M ebuia er mew' licensee without peg.alty11e .
epansleai act ds away with the baby. Or eta Ma have antet ..g De a eve. poll of At1IOU Jaw7trI pOt-MM reserve powers M S shanv.n.
the chU act elute gIn fl n be MNIMs er bN M e e dttll'llllM whether k wu ifl7 ta the last mort.' aceeses yin this fIIeal jeer' actually west OIl We Sept L

act exy **...,. The osvito who ........* whoa a baby DEAR ABBTl Whet a ltyar Id girt gee for a true that '"aPIW'MdIq 100 JIll'eta' Uflatitt ha Mrs darmaat :bessT15r5: 10 cffidabs. tIIIJ II\Pt11\ man than 100 lave
I* M the ***-.*. snsJM a MOO*** of tOM stun*** tide la a car with a boy, how close should she ut to him? of them weW .wctIF ken for some years bat tt and
(and then OUHCl/iCD .* wheat! K wake 9 we win probably Owners obtaining Bct"*a Oct a
an sway) toiervea resfoct ef ... >e44 to MueckejlArise. be for pets owned at
DUll CmmaZEOl One e**.gh t* fcJk-tatf set BaruortatJoa C .Jpott hear. dUrMskti cI a U.: S. tile beginning 01 tilt StUfflbt required to pay a Penaayof

DEAR ABBY Caa I IM a womaa who la trying ..- diM esMgh I* ta ...... aSMst which brought 4N rM "income poUcy. although p-r- ao per cat of tilt
perately to break cep 'my !home? A year ago she called me for MIMCb only *rtJ * hap reader some other aame. licensee are mot required for dnft mdr tc months

and told me ta detail about the affair abe had wtth my Troubled? Write te ABSY. Box WOO, Loa Angeles We already have a* approach. No l peultJ II charged apwck. +sss.1 lIcensee ......tame
husband. Z talked to him about It and h* said tt wa an CaUt, toes*. J'ar. penoaal reply, enckea a stamped the Senate ererro* O**** Ie wink. a policy ta the MnIIIatta.pb a.r.I lryewebtstedd ...... show proof tW tile animal WIll

ever and don wi'". Them he. accused him of fathering e@addt'teed coveiopa. end voted to eeafin" swecse gsdifrpcsta. teexat

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: YORK (AP) A brief Meanwhile, the United Auto line. from August 13! to $3,' 9,11.\1..
Wkwoiker strike raised a Worker strike ageinnt General There had been apprehension 000. However for the first tight
.-art during the week In an Motors dragged Into Its second that Hit, GM strike would hurt month the contract total .u 6
'vonomy already worried by atalkout week the feel Industry' but Iron Age, per rent higher than for the 1963
agalntt General Motors Some progrws WM reported a trade publication said the period
IIII'p. In IIt"\1tlllltIeM\ l In the GM stoke, steel market would tint be. at. Factory orders In August
Rut the strike' of tile Interns. that has tilled more than 3M\ ,000 failed (fee If'vp.1) weeks dropped S per rent from the
Mr mat! Longnhnremen Awoctan waters taws. the nation Steel pwduititm dipped durIng I July total of 93U19000000 to
lasted only a day, IVetMentohnwn Effort w... directed it set- the week (for the first time tn $.11.1110,000,000.
I Invoked the Tan.Hart lung local demands by the union eight weeks Toe output of 1480.. American Telephone. A TI-
1'Arl and a federal judge 011eied '. 000 tons was off I per rent from graph Co, Which has the largest
< the 60000 striker to rFurn The CAW left some AXiowmkers J,SOU: ,000, the previous week hut number of shareholders of any
10 work on the Job at CM plants still was very clout to the >'rai'. corporation reported recordearnings
The union sent Its men back which .pixiduct part lor ('11m. top, for the three months
.* work Immediately and the poling Ford Motor Co. andChrtsler On the other hand the GM and the year ended" Aug Jl, In
tie \ports from Main to Texas Corp, which already strike rut\ sharply. Into automiv. the quarter AT4Ts pi'oft la totaled
came back to lite have reached agreement with hilt production Output during H9fiMDOO! or 81 cent a
A fact finding board apimlnted{ the union. the week slumped to an mtlmatrd share, again H83: ,U7000. or 13
M he. President told Judatftedeiuk However, TM began laving M762 cars from 1WS2I! the tt'n'a' share In the like 1!%}
Bi>'an of US, Dla oft nonnttlklflg woikets as It ran previous week and 164623 a quarter In the year, earnings,
n'let i Court In New York that the nut of storage IIp.rt; for pait It year ago! amounted to $1.5R7,618,000, or
I strike would Imperil\ the nation- laid off 5000 WOI kl"1 at Buffalo The final .quarter of the year I 1-119. .a otters. compared with II,-
;:;r-- I 1 al health and afet)'. and Lock port. N.Y and arrived with Business otherwise 441 I.!>:\IIOOO. or W.%! a share, la
:--.... Shipping( sources had entlmat planned to idle another I,000 at on an even keel although ensue the previous year
ed that the economy would lone Flint, Mich late summer. statistics showed
I $JO million every day that the .R; RTKIKR; declines Furl cell planned for the
PAUL JACOB INSTRUCTS TROOP 550 SCOUTS IN MAKING PACK FRAMES walkout was In effect Elsewhere on tile labor front, Machine tool order In Augustfell Omlnl space craft will UM by,
tcoutmasitr Dr. Htrland M.rrlam assist The court* order will ht rf .* natlonwldt strike against 1) per rest lo JR9M million drogrn and oxygen Chemical
teethe until Oct, 10 Arguments General<< Electric Co, wee averted from SUM million In July but from the reaction will be
nn an Injunction which would when the company and the writ 33 per cent abnvt a seer converted Into electricity. The
t'J Details 01 Ambitious Program Told] By Troop 550 :. make mandatory ait M,day Intel national Union of Electrical ago. Ingenious cell will Meld an
C'nIIIlnlt.otC period WM set for Waters reached agreementan Construction contracts awarded Important bonus: drinking water
Oct $. hour before a strike dead In August declined T per cent for the astronaut.

Editor': ante: Thin la the Gerald Critoph, The current I tine In patrol l and troop activi Mae Rolhrrmel Tom Sperling,
second In s aerie denlgned totamlllarizo Scoutmaster I II Dr. Harland I ties. Current plans Include a and Id Best, insistent patrol
rmldmbs" with Merriam with John Anderson as camping trip to the Ocala National traders Appointed officers In tile
gcoutlnj actlvltlm In the' Do- assistant Scoutmaster.The Forest The troop has a troop Included Mike Harland,
Land area. Today' story concern troop has several ambitious membership ot ID boys, and llhrailun. Ray Kate quarter )
Troop 55(1( iipnniiored by long rang plan ,which Involvt meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. master and Jim Wilson, scribe. .
UM First rrenhyterlan Churih. a camping trip to the in the Fellowship Hall. Edwin Best, Sr Is the rtpitwnlatlvt -
from the church to the I
Great Smokies National Park In The elected troop officer Include
Five years ago a charter was the summer of 1965 and a rampIng Hal Iverson, senior patrol local council In this position lit WHITEWALL BLACKWALL ORIGINAL
granted to the lust Presbyterian tour of the Rockies in 1966. leader; John Eikum assistant serves as 'Superintendent of
Scouting actMtlei' for tile NEW TREADS NEW TREADS EQUIPMENT
Church of DeLand for the The troop Is earning It* own senior patrol leader Steve
operation ot a Boy Scout Troop. money to finance these trips. Weeks, Kevin SrnothrrnunHay church has as the representativealso lor Retreads on Sound Tin Retreads on Sound! Tire, TIRES
the Oodles ftrel
.. Bob Fea.iel was the first Scoutf Member will have to qualify by Hyde Bill Hyde and Dave Clark, and responsibility Bodies or your tlrtt. i CM'pots. Sdghtry seed
f master He was followed by Dr, advancement and by participa patrol leaders, and Bob Puval Cubbing Exploring made ANY 11 n'a I'tCOIICtllOllt'!r -
The troop commute I I.
up of Dr. T, E, Smotherman, 14- SIZES Awl SIZE .lr I;: red
chairman; Steve Jones, equipment

::., Elect Walter tf'"unor ment, ,, Fred JIIf'and Katz Godfrey John outdoor. Magalhaes advance activities 443 ., F40 2iG i

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Nation, rredlt manager at
Board 11mb. Williams Paint, hMle

Nadine,tt Mb the' DrLiad was tint Ji,t ekes_ been swamped with n,w.tlrt business to'w 'rt loid'd'with rcdtvtn barpdnsSfed

president *f the "u ,r
rtup tlrt, sales' beet wt. rscordsl Cwt
named president .kit week' swmtf I
I am an independent business man with no political ties. upon the rmlpiitlixi tt June- I tqutntly' wsw scripted hundred of tins
Rader, wb. I.* .lea Ig IVUnd.TUWCUtCSIJ rg* 'In trcde.

Alii I have all is that I Tires that wfrtttpptd, rteoodlllontd, god
to native
sincerity as a
say, carefully Impacttd. Also, Mlecttd, IH* tires "'
' West Volusian born in DeLand have a deep sense of pride for hv* \Men reduced In poke. 'li total,we bsve
tire bargdm for myont ( kwklnf for NEW

our fine and beautiful West Volusia Hospital. 2 5% .,vin ALL|"l SIZESI ALL TYPESI! ,NYLONS

I am most desirous of its efficient and economic opera.. NEW: AND USEDI raeeiMwedher -Ir
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tion so that all of us may be well served by it when we have OFF DISCONTINUED DESIGNSI! f '

A need of its facilities. ONLYI Don't Wild $869Diseosdleued
h'ltl '\

1 This civic pride, together with the urging of so very a Pay Stfaty AII-W to $'less" NO MONEY DOWN 170111 Nark M.type
i up
many responsible business men solely prompted me to offer I toe full MLTUBELESS FREE MOUNTING duo la "e eN $r6,

' my services in this civic duty. I -4-- INSTANT CXCDIT for holders
of dates and national

I would like very much to have a part in the continued credit card. .

progress of West Volusia County.Do lathe

not fail to cast your' vote on October 6th for this Sack la lt00,folks" uikf iueotubut'1M I
Cifnpeg teesaepl'7Le;
Important office. It ant It tact n f Mtw* .' ",
ludag killer,nod a IIM,1i
pother,, yeueg'see d/inch Pr MIWWHITIWALL'
I need your support.Tuesday and i M4 r" 111ft ibMt ft HrftrtitmntsiMwib / V WINTER
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t'L UAKtS PttOMSE ..raja U BRAND. (FIORIDA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY OCTOBER 4, 1964 Students Attend -
!Pep AssemblyAs

Students' Uprising Ends At California University As students entered the
symnasUun for the recent Pep
assembly, lilt)' were greeted by
the beatiag drum and blaring,
>ot9J LLT, cam ( ?) A raising fund for the Student The demonstration whichat the Admtatr! .*w Building -I borne as they searched for seat,.
J i'4a4ay student uprising at Nonviolent Coordinating 'Committea I times Involved many,u 8.800 .- In front of which be had been Ron McNeely! opened) the avwmMy .
the ,ilniverai)P of Callfomlan4ad fSNOC), a civil rights students erupted Wed tl. soliciting funds thousand. et I with devotions. FollowItg
ftldiy algat with th4icKftiSt'i organization.KANOmOCCS. day when eight students were students gathered.Some this Bob Apgv chapel
pnmlM tint students expelled for ignoring the csm- ctUlrmaa introduced the coaches
FAMED threw themselves In ,
of DHS Mr. Tom
various sports
,tttUl tII! pfovldsd' a Cite near the Polled allowed student to pus ban on political ictMtlei front end behind'the patrol car HIll, head football coach then
f&ipM tee political: activities. I involving off-campus C'UU"IIT It
pass WeiAberf sandwiches and preventing; from moving Introduced the varsity football
Announcement tit the settlement soft drinks through a window of LY STAGES' Others mounted the mot and team After this the established I!
cam u soma 500 itudenti the police\ car. Several hundred students hood of the captive err to make Pep Club was presented
,sad u many pallet thronged The, settlement Txtween the Staged a outside the dean administration speeches to the student body. j
arauad a campus police tar administration and student representatives of students' office Wednesdayto Later Thursday several hun The Junior vanity cheerleader
held i captive by students for 32% Included a pledge protest' the expulsion. On dred students stormed into the were introduced by Joanne
hours that WIbfrc'"ould\ 'not be Thursday morning Weinberg Administration Building They Byerh, captain. Following this
tntUs tat ear was Jek WHat prosecuted far trespassing by was arrested. at first repelled police efforts' to introduction Mrs. Mary David-
f|. 24 a fatner graduate the university u was threatened ,As campus police attempted evict them' but later left' of their ion sponsor, Introduced: the var. I ;
,stuwat taken law custody tar to drive Weinberg away from, own ,accord ally cheerleaders!

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.I" STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS .- These are the students at DeLand High
:'" 1i School that are handling the duties of the Student Council this year. Jim Norconk,
jjo f seated left, president; Bob Apgar, vice president Standing, left to right, are Ken Brad.
i N e Ii '1! lili311; ?Ili fOOD 0t5 1, t1ili ley, publicity; Barbara Shatter chaplain; and Lad, Dunton, treasurer. Absent when j

r:9 arer..u.! : ::: : ?!!? ::! !! !!?! ?! picture was taken was Janis Chaflin, secretary (Sun News Photo by Gilmore)

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\ I ,!' ." .. I q, QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED DHS Student Council Tells ProgramThis I
rm. ..
7' oeenwer..e.
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l With the kelp of the DHS homeroom
fall the DeLand High I during the year.
r: School 1 Student Council initiateda Guidance Department the Student This selection was based on the '1
j 1 : DELAND new type I orientating and I Council selected four students outstanding character of each :4
counseling program for the in from the Junior clsss to>> particular Junior. Since then '

3 2S EXTRA STAMPS,WITH # AND BRAND corning sophomores. aid in guiding each sophomore are U sophomore homeroom
: 100 COUPON 2o W-D there Is a total of 43 jUllforCOUlIJe.lOri.
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: EXTRA Ground Beef 5 $195 These counselors will presidi

: PKG HEARD IN DttS TlAlLS hi during their homeroom assigned' period homerooms once i

week throughout the year. It is '(
STAMPScur / hoped by the Student' Council

: HUM MUNMBptCM ,.... ei/aM. ..r. al: '=--::=. .. ,w4v1 .; :;,r "" ::"; ;'Zi.'L Bulldog Tales I that this assurance- will give, a the clearer sophomores <

: understanding! of DHS and promote ,
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a feeling of unity within!


! I j I EXTR4 Fashion ShowPresented I HouseIs Another service of 'tm !Student
---...-. Open Council was the purchasing of
Wings 19'I I name tags These will be worn
1 ei its Ziai'ees o At by both students and faculty to
i'i'I rren 89rT..e that all may become acquaintedfaster. ,.... PlannedThe .
eat High Presently It Is one of the duties

........................... of the Student Council to assist
In the library,, In preventing the
fajshle show co-sponiored
PINEBREEZE t tTo 1 faculty and Mr.Bailes will loss of books
e by FHA and Keyettes. was held
It A1w TAMPS. Grade "A"\All' \VHts | F IS afl. Jt1CKS1x, 5 9 I in the sehoel homemsklng sponsor an Open House at [)e.
.J J kitchen last Wednesday The Land High Thursday: ,,Oct 2J,atT StudentCounvilMeeting
/ show was moderated by 1WT.Sue :30 Thenaln .of j
iGrMl. .''e 2 98ga Florida Medium t j REGULAR SLICE o CANADA : Connery.. The show. featured Open,1',1'1I.House, Is ,to g1the, purpose par. T
e the world famous ''B line' fash- Slated
:=i:;* ; Bacn'39; Inns Models GlnnJ tyter, Donne eats and teachers a chance to j
F RES H.1 Cobb and Jean' ftoksvec had become acquainted.The The district S Florida Student j
I complimentary hair lets from Student Council and Inter. Council will hold a rally Saturday
Gngs Beauty Shop in DeLand.
I club Council will serve ss guides Oct. 10, at Colonial High la
TO VAIUI. ..STS.. To Among the 41! guests were two for' anyone seeking Information Orlando. DeLand High has three
ee.e..e t Steaks 10 Pkp, 89, young men-apparently' fashion During the meeting In the audi votes In this assembly and Is allowed
CMOCOLATI conscious. ionium a floor plan of the build. : to send only three voting
Eg lens /984 t All the clothes modeled were log will be distributed to thearenti. delegates However all members
-' pweeea ten MORTON FROZEN MEAT completely washable except for > Immediately followingthe will be allowed to participateIn
: n1 \ the lizard print reversible rain. Open House! refreshments the training classes This will
Dinners FOR 79s! coat. The clothes modeled consisted will be served in the cafeteria, last from I a,m. to noon.
of several! double knit nv- j jfl
I\ 1ti'I ExrRA 2 DOZ 69 TOP 11 STAMPS iT i FANCY RED JONATHAN several 'school shifts and slack
; and sweater\ coordinate The n .1]_ I 5&4W prices of these clothes ranged
u."awu.. art Apples from $4.98 to S19,95.: Several of C f,
Play PI ......................... the printed blouses could be ,
....Tr.u 0.- Zeal worn with th* skirts or slacks to
'ae ___ ell .. make two completely different J
outfits.Homecoming. I
Fancy Red Tokay

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eW et..,. ear.CLFh4twAaleilN t"fir : .
EOOe..Ule' Chairman Set 1 I
894ee..s Jf
ess..ete.enwwww. ,
..21II Mr John Anderson assistant
1 f
guidance director ot DeLand I'
High School has been selected
chairman of the 14! Homecoming
TOP VALUI STAMPS activities set for Oct. 141.
L'kIj .. ,
w ea. w wow. float chairmen have been

,.jaiM01'il., 449 chosen from the senior and soph
Ground' ewQMf MclulIfIII.. Senior chairmenare '.

...."f... ants ,... Ricky Smith and Mary Lou (.'
McCarthy Selected from the
} arwewewa. sophomore data tit head float
e construction art Malonda Heir
and Brian Brian.. Juniors have

""" ;,. '. ..... ........ 5'L ::.; ::' 'LJI not been selected >et. 1
r The parade ls slated to/ startat If .'
yen wait warmth and comfort
1 pm, with Mr Bud Craft
I all through y''If home
I and Mr. James Kane responsible with 10..t.U -switch is.
t for parade line-up. Miss Gertrude a Coleman oil Htatert! Exclu:
1 1AOs Swim has selected the following bf lit* Oil S..u". give a
1 JELL Judges for the Homecoming WEEK'S FREE HEAT extrymonth.
parade: Dr Hugh Ash, Dr. Controls draft to sate
Allen Langnnrne, Mel Ott and IfiLofniloiiteleverjrtf And
Mrs. Loll SIn)'". The winning 8.Mr-Ctrc latli p.ih<*
II ...,....
.. floats win be announced at the warmth all through your bent
II llh Homecoming ,am.. eptaoaal blower Doors the bat
=P SA INES Yee 2 JAR 25 U for. UrN' warmth. SmartlytylH
sues far I roomer
I iCAMPELL'S I Staff Is Told whole JIom. Sectodayt-

I CUCKIN' GOOD I STOKELY I Regularly 3S. Save 1046or < For Groovier Sent "p to 23Xcn oiU I

Jones the Growler editor IiI
Tall c.. ;1- /e 1-lb. e..1 Con has announced the Growler'
i Rye Bread:f.19; editorial stan for the 1445year

They are Candy oil
10F 15 ; I 125 ..1R.pledv i| REGULA "* DIXIf DARLING' editor John Bird feature dt'
editor! ; Cbuty Moyer" buaia.eianuasger .
.I 1 Pound coke 12 2.9; ; and daudette Mautor,
3/334 4 MMfeai tad M,. aasulsely 334 I Pkp. assistant sews dltar,. Dune. ;.
Candy sad Cindy arc la t&etrsteoad -7SI.
.,,,"' .. year .JaunaUam.. 1Th.
.' I!;" .tm t !;;! ( asked fcr the future Grawtsrplans.

t flic Smart Place fa Oo For Good Things tsttng t* make. M Wane the students Growler stated.sad more"We to give later piss sawn ,
To Eat
E t .JI During accurate the unmet!news,coverage Diane aajCaady ," ,'ic4dst 4

visited a "Jntirtaliwn bwtl-
) "", tots at tile I'aivmlty ol Hor- ON.TH) -BOULEVARD
ads.,.le Calnm-ttle UTille there,
they attested apecial ImraaUimclasses "W bbl tt J fcrvfct iTtrylUs Ws Jail"

2 DeLand Stores To Serve You 845 West New York & 145 East Rich matfen ew tp pet and needed atafL gained for much leading talon a I 230 North Bonlttwd PhO:. 13U171SCRD

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Three-Day Celebration Set State Deaths.
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N F 2cs ye .I

Pierson To Go 'Western' .' Beach From CancerSet

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During Lions 'Club RodeoPIERSON born CItitpn"sea twisty VflBW area for will foreign begin JACKSONVILLE( Florida's? \

Oct. WTw* adult education Increasing population of persona
division ef. VB3C and the. aged U and older pushed the
YWCA Will aooperaS and two stata'a cancer deaths to an an
The only things sections wit be acheduled.An .w, time high of f 900 te 1963, .
lacking, we hope. will be six I
ihooten when this community evening Class wffl' organizeat ,1 Dr. Jamea E. Fuljhum, dV
I 7 p.m., Oct U and will be rector of the Division of Chronic
'got western" this weekend 1
conducted Daytona attorney Diseases of Florid's State
during the annual! Pierton Ltona 4 by I
dub rodeo.A John s. Robinson. Board of Health said that In i
barbecue under the A day section will direction ol Prentice nipper 'w"r Oct U at I:30 a.m. and JamelRI.h..U died of the disease In the United
Glasgow will be the Instructor.A States
beginning at ( p.m. Friday will dual schedule !has been set
launch two nights and an afternoon adults STATE RISE
up to accomodat working
of exciting rodeo activityat : DEUC adult director\ Marcus "Florida death rate from
the rodeo grounds at Highway Rankin pointed out. .' I cancer per 100.000 Increased 30
17 and Washington Ave. ,, The necessary training and ', ( per cent from 1950 to 1963
Rodeo activity will begin) at i classroom\ work in areas vital to THE I against a national rise of only I
I p.m both Friday and Saturdayand I meeting citizenship\ requirements .'\ ', -' per cent," Dr. Fulghum salt
at J p.m. Sunday. The bar will be Included in the programs ; "' 'Cancer death rates Incr.uesharply

becua again at supper( P m.will Saturday be offered TOSONIIONSCLUBnrvtwnt actual.' He said. registrations\ may He I ,/ \';; ;F'r''r:;. ; i"; \.T. I j and the with greater advances Florida In rats age II
Admission to the will be
\ rodeo
made by contacting the YWCA
.R'ri largely the result of this state's
$150 for adults and 7S cents for Mid"Florida800EO or the adult office In Collins\ Hallon
:\l'y having a higher percentage of
children. The barbecue will be the DBJC campus : persona 63 and over. la addition
J BSO.EVENTS:! An evening class In woodworkIng < I Florida aged population Is to- ;
for adult will organize at creasing at a faster pace. than
Events will Include bareback tomorrow evening at DBJC'a '
the national For ex-
riding bronc riding, calf roping, adult education division. : ; : avwage
ample. In 1963 about 12 cent
\ steer! decorating, bull dogging\ The claaa will meet' twice each ic-' I I I of Florida's population per was 6 ,
bull riding girls' cloverleaf race @ week Monday and Thursday\ 1 and over against approximately
and several clown acts. 10 la the :
nights from T until
There will be 30 contestants of the ., ,:; '.' :,: !r :;{ I per cent for the United StatesThla .
woodworking laboratory "i < : ; :
for each event and 10 of the best Mary Karl vocational division. lr'.r( :[ ; dii : : : : 1 : age group has Increased 35per

each night will be named for the PNltSOW ROOCO CftMlWOI I Instruction will be provided in \ # 1.. (<<<<:<<( cent la Florida since 1330i
finals. OCT 9-10 OCT. 11 all of equipment .. ,," -"'" whereas nationally the increase
types power '" ,
Local merchants have offered S. OPM_. .. cis..sodas. n, I and tools. Registration\ will be I ." \ has been only 13 per cent.0CANCEKBTLL 1
A '
gins that will be awarded at limited to persons over 11 yean .1',1': '" t
each performance to guests at I of age. ; I There might have been even

the rodeo and a shotgun or rifle 0 A $.1 registration fee .will .b. .. .. .' \' more deaths In recent yean had
will be awarded at the final the only charge, according to .I' p rti'QnJbe: not the board U cooperation)
rodeo Ttt4Qt: << Medical Association .
[ performance. adult officials with the Florida
Refreshment booths will servea avaQabl all I '" : ; ,' ; .' : ,:'il'.i: : : :', '; :',' ,: : ,,i<. I I
There will be to 'rf'jJt-; : : ; ; ,: .. '':' a a d the Florida Division
[ speciality this year barbecued PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN JAMES TAYLOR gills In DeLand High School a ",'.'. ': .. :.. '::...:..,::" .1. '" If' ':<:; .. 01'the American CancerSociety
[ chicken. Hamburgers, displays! rodeo rata course In charm and self Improvement I ,::" ( ::i.p:: : : ,; > ; !:g; :, :; I drawn up a cancer eon-
[hot dogs homemade plea coffee beginning Wednesday \ : v trol bill In 1947! which was
[and cold soft drinks also will be Pegs 17 DEUND (FIORIDA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY, 4,144ZIHGXONAX. at S;IS p.m. to t:30 p m. 1ieJ H ) n' dy passed by the Legialatwe. In f
[sold. The course will be taught by the IT years sine then the program
CHAIRMEN RET Mrs. Ken Lueck, former Director \ has established 24 tumor
Delmar Harper Allen Bradley of Vogue and Patricia clinics over the state where persona
u [and Emmett Usher are serving Stevens' Modeling Schools In I may come for advice sal
fas general chairmen for the Chicago.The examination to detect and treat
[event fee la $15 for the complete I cancer. Many cancer eases eaa
Other chairmen and their com- eight.week course. Classes will be cured If detected early
4 [minces! Include James 0. Taylor be held on WPdnPld.)". If there enough. la 1963 alone, these

[publicity: Bill Zlebarth shotgun are questlona about the course THIS IS HOW IT WILL LOOK-The blue and fold hardbound book of the cllnlea handled JT.3M patients
[award; Floyd Carlisle and N. S.f I Mrs. Lueck will accept collect Warren Commission1 report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy U Heart diseaseIs the i leading

q [f Jackson and R.ticket D. Peterson sales; B. C.pie Hartley and- CAMPUS calls Beach at CL' 3.$403, Daytona expected to bt delivered at the DeLand Sun News within two week The book In. cause\ of death la Florida.' Caa-

[coffee; Tom Murphy and Allen\ eluding 400 pages of text and illustrations, U being offered to readers for only $1.50 I ear la second.: \

I Bradley, beverages; RnstaJII l LFi Before silver was mined In through the cooperation of The Associated PrM. Opi of the handsome volume
1 I Pierson and'A. J. Peterson adLverttslng the United States, owners took may be reserved by stopping at w calling the Sun News, 734-3661. Announcement REMEMBER
booklet; Lawrence Hop silver article* to. a n\lnt. and will be nude in the Sun News when the books'have been received. T GAl DOES rrftXST'aiCXICS
[king, parking;' H. R.'Osmer and had them melted dew antcoined LULL DM U Fee teasMr
[G. I. Anderson construction: ( )
r,John Swanson posters and handbills Dixie Schools To Receive
[ and Earl Zlebarth, tnll.1IlIr. -

1 Everyone la Invited to attend COME ONE COME ALL JOIN IN THEr
[this annual Pierson ,attraction.
f All proceeds will be used In the War On Poverty' FundsBy

[Lions tight conservation program. .

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I [Stetson Prof Southern,"FRED states GODWIN receive U the based number on a of three full..part time formula students: : r ) r

almont 126 million to \help low. enrolled In colleges and universities
Gives Talks U the state; the number
[ Income
youngsters to college ,
of high school graduates la arecent
under the educational provision iJ-.iJ1)J ri'J jt
year and the number dchildren

tin Orlando of gram.the Total"war for on the poverty"nation pro will I in famtliea under:with 11 annual years Incomes of age

be more than $70 million.
I of I lees than $3.000.
F Dr. D. M. Beight'patesem The new program will. In on.YNl' .
Included In the Economic
qt! accounting at Stetson Unlverttty open college doors for i Opportunity
was I featured speaker at approximately 23,000 bright Act of 19S4 this ."..Ir.
study will enable under.graduates NEW SMYRNA BEACH EDGEWATER
program *
J he recent meetings of the Mid- young people In the South. It j
Florida Chapter. Natlnnal As- will, not be free education because to earn up to IVK ta
a school year and an additional"
[sedation of Accountants, In Orlando students will be working
and ,the Central Florida PIG in the summer Students la
[ for their money is public
(chapter Institute of Certified school. In public health prograns graduate and profeMlooal schoolscan OAK HILL
I Public Accountants, also In Or. and la a variety of community earn shout twice that .
I Undo. services amount. Student wages will be
"Shall we Become Profession- supplemented by loans or
Jal?" was Dr. Heights' subject at Student-aid money, when It be- scholarships, when necessary, "
the Orlando meeting.. In his re- comes available, will be distributed supplied by the colleges and t4OCTOBER '
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barks ha urged private acTecuntanta stele schools Th. on U a Southernatatea state by. universities ELiGIBIUT1'. BASIS .7 8 9

and auditors to raise will be allotted tilt follow. .
I ttielr standards to the level mainI To be eligible\ for work study
log amounts Alabama, IIJ
fclned by CPAs. lid a student mutt he from a .
i. II "Education for ProfessionalAccountancy" million; Arkansas $1 million; hsw.lecon. family "'who** total \ I ; .
I was Dr. Belghts'Hbtect Florida SI S million; GeWItat Income and assets are such that +
$ ., million; Kentucky, It..
at the meeting of the U cannot be expected to contribute -
.' million:; Louisiana $1.T million
Central Florida Insttt
., < chapter any significant support to
.' of Certified Public Account Maryland, $L mfflioe! ; MuwUsrp.pi. the educational expenses of a ..
s''' u. On this occasion, he ad- $1.3 million; North Carolina. prospective\ student" according' daAr
1 located the establishment of a $25 million; Oklahoma SU to the Act. This has been' set aaan INTIITAINMINT FOR YOUNG AND OLDI '
fcraduate School of Profesatonal million; South Carolina $1.3 + .
; income of $3.000 or less for t sa
{ for Central Florida. mufion'Tesneseee.\ ; $1J million;
Accountancy .
family with on chill in colleg
/The of the Texan $43 minion: Virginia, .
t members chapter '
I went on record ,approving the II6 million; and West Virginia! Partlrtpanta will be the .r.1udypnII1".m students vMM TTflCO .

I recommendation, and pledged $900,000rOKMTUI and their outside work I Ia .. .. ,
I financial and professional
limited to a maximum of 15 I
I for such a graduate school Allocation of funds by NateW'qf YFIREMEN'S
hours a week during the school .
year Jobs may be aupplled\ at ; .

the college or In specified types I Porodt-Wtdntsday, Oct. 7 THUS. Ocr. I .; 7,':M, .

01 Off-campus employment" lobe off are ta. restricted campus.: 4i)0,P.M. (In Fr.nt'ef Old Fart; .1..,14i:Drive I

to community or public service

work-or work that Is directly\ S Fret Boat Rides Daily! ;. ti ..." ,
# related' to the student's educational ,i Guided Teiir .. WiterUel. Pelnlo ef Mereit t. .

objective. AH Jobs open 1 .1.", Infant Wsterw-.. A.M. tt I P.M.. ,
to must
newly created
Joh : th* student workers 1i ,,, Tbwfi, Frl', Sat -Oct. I, t. 10 .

may not displace pmpl 'wIto L y FRI, OCT. f-1 '.M.

ar* already implored. Golf Tournoment-Oct. 8, ?, 10 ; ;. At the .,

ACADEMIC STAXItCVaT Jx Municipal ftelf Cell,.. .
lie eligible fnr work.tunyassistance
OMLY a student must b* r
from a Vwlaeam\ family and I Old Fashioned Drill Parade

18 WRI seed a lob to stay ta silage ,r Then, Oct. 1-.10 A.M>-Censl StreetIPrlies
to start enO...*. A food academic f., hint ceitumeil) .
standing to .required, u hi .
U.S. rttivnshlp.Wflrkaludy; V
o Old.TIm. Bathing Suit Contest
assistance wtO b*
1':"" administered by enOges, sw a Tfcuf, Oct. 1-2 '.M. r C

.. prospective student .most max* .. Pint FeeVat FuMU, N. Dlsle Fr.....

I .w_ application! for tills directly toth (Fen Men. .n4 .". ._Aware1! tt lit, 2...
...... Institution of his. chafe
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Civic Group

"FlavorAged"BEEF / ,4NEW PersonalsDELTONA

Views Plans \

: Mr. Al Elliot
has returned home from thehospital
and Is coming along
DELTONA President! JohnH.
Dillon of the Deltona CIVIl<
fine.Mr. Association has announced the-
and Mri. Otto Larson 921
Club Sirloin the Board of Directors win me'

T Bone call Chippendale from their received ion a Herbert'phone, with and prepare the membership plans for commim.immed,.

from Washington, D.C. He hat ate action by their committee
been attending a convention In Other officers and chairmen < '
LB. LB. the capital city, and will arrive the various committees a>.
f In Deltona by plane to visit with studying their assignments u-
his for few before .
parents a days der the
l Constitution and will g>'
to Whinier Call,
together to plan procedure.
where be makes his borne.
r They plan to have report fr>
Mr. and Mrs Jack Dickson the Oct. 21 meeting. It is siP) <
905 Chippendale have received expected that a speaker, who '
word from their son Bob stationed experienced In Civic Association
at the Great Lakes Training work will address the meeting
base in Illinois. He has been at which time nominations wi,'
selected .a color bearer for his be made for officials of UK
CORRESPONDENT Mrs. Robby Morrow, company on graduation day. Al. organization for 1965.
1201 Whitewood Dr., has been named Deltona news cor so, he has passed all the tests i
respondent for the DeLand Sun News and Deltona for aviation electronics, and will Adult ClassOpenings
DeBary ENTERPRISE. Mrs. Morrow succeeds Mrs. be home on leave soon alter !
Norman Wagner. It is expected that a telephone will be graduation. Bob Is graduate of .I
installed at the Morrow residence this week. As soon as DeLand Senior High. He also Told
"ROYAL" ALL FLAVORSGELATIN "MORTON" FROZEN installation has been completed, the phone number states he has met Butch Bryant

will be announced. Deltona residents will be urged to a boy from Deltona and threeor DELTONA The first meet
four from
contact Mrs. Morrow with all news items of interest to boys DeBary
POTPIES' ing of the liquid embroider
to his surprise four of his old
Deltonans. Mrs. Morrow was born and raised near Can- friends and classmates from his class was held last Wednesday
ton, Ohio, and is a graduate of Canton Actual Business school la Mt. Clemens Mich. at 1:30: with a fairly good at
College. She was secretary for several years to Special tendance. Registrations for all
TVKKITCMKKIN Agents of the America Fore Insurance Company. She Mr. and Mrs. Jolty and three 16 classes are open and 'are
is married to Rolland M. Morrow and they have seven girls, of Garden City, Mich., recently available to all citizens of Florida
IHF Two of spent four days with Mr. whether or not they live In
childten. the girls are married to Navy men,
s Jackie is with her husband and three children in and Mrs. George Newton 1209 Deltona.
Japan Whitewood Drive. The Jolty family They are being held In the
4\ while Judy is in the Philippines with her husband. have been touring Florida Little Red School, at the Community .
One son is living with his older brother and in
family for the put two weeks. Mrs. Center on Lake Monroe
( Canton, Mr Morrow formerly owned Morrow Control Newton is visiting with a close A $3 fee entitles a person to
3 OZ. \s 80Z.EACH. & Supply Company of Canton. The three younger chil: friend '1Port Charlotte this take one or more subjects. There
) drenAmy, John and Molly. Jo are in Deltona with their weekend. will be a deposit on all book
PKG. .parents. I used. Each class must have II
Up on Rockhlll, Mr. and Mrs dis 1
members by Nov. 1, or
William Luedtke have been enJoying -
WITH OKDERSOVEE ENTRIES INVITE a visit with their daughterMrs. Late registration for each
f}.M Ray Arnold snd granddaughters class will take place on Satur
Nona and Dyann. Dy- day of each week from 10 to I
"MORTON'S" PLAIN OR IODIZED "NORTHERNToilet ana Is presently enrolled at 11:30: a.m. in the school building.
Annual Art ExhibitionIs Enterprise In the fourth grade, Zeral W. Mallard will register
but will soon be leaving with her at other times by appointment.For J
SALT Tissue mother to return to Dearborn additional Information cap
Mich. Nona plans to spend the 7341100 from 9 a.m. to noon or
( t. t Scheduled At StetsonThe winter with her grandparents.We leave a message for Mallard at I

", "" \.t I 1 j of Deltona are all so the sales office In Deltona. !
:' proud of our sparkling new community
our well cared for lawns Wayfarers To Meet i

15th annual exhibition of plated forms must be delivered I winding streets aad pretty DELTONA The Wayfarers 1 1I
..... ... ) Volusla County artists will be to Sampson Hall with the entry homes. Soon our new golf win meet i la DeBary Monday,
]f'" "tw, yield! NOT. 129. Jointly sponsor fee, by Oct. 25. The, forks are to course will open and last week I Oct. 5. This Is a regular meeting .
., ed by Stetson University and be delivered to Sampson Hall on we dedicated the Little Red : welcometo 'I
':. r H" the Junior Woman's Club of Oct. 24, between 8 a.m. and School." Then we have the and all. Masons are
26 OZ. REG.1D1A'T DeLand It features works of 5 p.m., or Oct. 25, between 1 Community Center Itself facing attend.Tax
present and former amateur and and 5 p.m. beautiful Lake Monroe where ;
PKG. ROLL professional artists In the coun "This year," Measersmlth we gather for all kinds of social Official Speaks y
ty. Announcement of this year's said "we are fortunate in having functions, and on Sunday many DELTONA Mrs Cornelia I
exhibition was made by Fred David Reee as Juror for the of us worship then pending the Smith Paul Volusla County tax
Messersmlth, chairman of the exhibition. A widely recognizedartist building of our church. collector, Wednesday addressed
Stetson Art Department.The Reese Is director of the Over on Lake Gleason we of homeowners of
newly remodeled SampsonHall Loch Haven Art Center in Orlando. have a nice beach, with a small a meeting tM Community Houseon
Deltona at
Gallery of Art on the Stetson It will be his responsibility dock and ample space for both
HOLSTJM"Apple Monroe.
"PHILADELPHIA"Cream campus will\ be the scene of to select the show and to swimmers and boating enthusi
this year's exhibition, which has award the cash prizes." asts. Ws alto have a new shelter
been planned to coincide with the "On Sunday, Nov. 1, from 3 for any and an to use It la- Deltona ViaitorsDELTONA
Cheese Jelly opening of the national celebration to 5 p.m., we will have an opening I eludes a huge fireplace for barbecuing Visitors coming
of American Art Week. The tea honoring award winners with tables and chain. Into Deltona by plane this weekend
gallery Is located on the Quadrangle and exhibitors In the gallery, to This correspondent was shockedand are from Cincinnati and are
at Stetson, facing Holler which all residents of Central disappointed to find most of with the Reinhold Agency
Fountain and E. Minnesota Ave. Florida are Invited. This will the windows In this new building
rKOtD' Or GALLERY officially open the annual exhibition have been used for target practice been donated by a number of
"We are' very proud of the of Volusla County art. chairs left on the dock or local contractors, who art pro
new gallery, which Is a credit to I W a. which will continue dally at the water's edge, la other bably wondering at Pus point
2 lB. the longstanding Interest Stetson through Nov. 29. We hope everyone words, Just plain carelessness "why?" Fleaie,,Deltonans, let's
a ot. has shown la the One arts," win come to view the show and destruction. This building ls take cart of our gift, and show
Messersmlth said. "What finer and to become acquainted with ,
JAR still to be completed, and has our appreciation. i
PKG. way is there tor welcoming our our beautiful new gallery"
Volusla County friends to the During the artists' ,exhibition .
gallery, than to present works the gallery will be open to the
CU.lh 0.shins lr\r\ I don 'by their own neighbors public from I a m. to 3 p.m. on HEY KIDS !! BRING MOM. '
'fM' M w M." We expect this to be even larger weekdays: any from 2 to S p.m. II
Ot'lfl'lMM) than our lant 'Volusla County on Saturday. and Sundays.
1 artists exhibition when we were $10.00 VALUE 11x14
able to show inworks by 13different .swe
local artists."
All artists, amateur or pro WelcomeTo BUST
fessional. In the county art Invited .
APPLES to submit work for the exhibition VIGHmEPORTRAIT
Messersmtta said Oils
wstercidori, sculpture and or .
1 drawings and prints may be entered -
with ao more than two t
works to be shown by any one Deltona
50 EXTRA 4 LB. artist. All work mutt be original FOR ONLY
W t I tao copies and suitably framed.
I' .f Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Drawings and prints should be
eMfCXftSI 111. matted and all work submitted Smith and two small sons of y
for consideration must have beencompleted Boston Mass, have recently $1003st
PIZZA CELLO sine 1962. There Is mooed Into their new home at
a charge of (1 per entry, and 120 Darby Court Bill Is route
'IAe.y.... 59J entry forms are available at the builder with the Continental

._ "", ,,..,,..," i!I Stetson Art Department Com- "Biking Company In Orlando. for Potting
c. G It Oety
I T"...... w.......... oil r BAG Mr. and Mrs. R. C Meeker" cad MondlinjBrlftff
How They Voted! 1S1 Hartley Ave., are former' It All
residents of Nashville Tenn. r
Child .
WASHINGTON; (AP>- Both Washington D.C. and Clncls- Baricrree Studio
I Florida senators, George Smata- sail Ohio. Meeker a graduate ot AGISt
Hoowir'' cIIIR'SSTUINm '.... sad Spetsard Holland,. voted Yale was an engineer for 21 .eshfectiee. Oeeeeakod; A Win. t. 19 Yn.
BABY I lor tae cotnpromUe foreign aid )earl with A.TAT. la Nashville $1.00 him
:; LIQUIDBLEACH authorisation bill that the Senate and more .......Jt1y'IpI'ftt seven NO ATPOINTMINTNtCISSAXY fr Full Fig vi*
I 111111 passed 33-15 Friday and seat to years with rt& Washington SebcflM of tubes
: FOOD President Johnson. I D.C.NONDAYiTUESDAT. '


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JACOBY f Fun Day'Is 1 1I I I .

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On Bridge I Slated :

few***** BatvyrtM ....

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AK1STIKJ1SIS ..wre i I .
.J t Pun Day, upon- ?er'
aired by the Osteen Civic A. ocl w w ?
*AKTwirr tlon. will be staged In Samaria .
RAFT Oct. IT at the hall and
t4 Aries pounds rurally' secured' by the .
WKQITIH S4 association. Everyone It Invited'
lit 4AQTI to attend
.Noa11111411 A baseball game will itait the
aocraAAQJIII ,,1 chain of events of the day at 1 ,
p.m. iharp. Two undefeated
.A1SQ21 championship teams SamsulaPipper
v "
I Picker, coached by
Jackl and John Roy Pleterskl,
tut and Wed TolnerabkKeith and the Oiteen "Gopher Grab-
'CM Isis WM ben" coached by Wllll Brown,
1 *' Pas* X Pea will square off agalniit each SUSPENSE SHOCKER- RaJ. I
ATHENS SUSPENSE DRAMA-Anthony Quinn 4 I *. Pass Pas 4 14 N.T. Pas Pan other IB what may well prow Campos threaten to kill Ann Sothera In a scene from
and Ingrid Bergman play ex-lovers now filled with Par' PusOpaing to b* a contest of bruiting Paramount1 shocking; suspense drama, "Lady in 1
hatred for each other In "The Visit,* 20th Century- W-' H. strength.Cotton. Cage" which plays today through Tuesday! at th*
Fox suspense drama in CinemaScope playing today candy, play ground Boulevard Drive-In Theater Starring Olivia de Havil,
equipment, tilde, swings, and
through Wednesday at the Athens Theater. sir pony rides its available at the land, "Lady in a Cage" tells the story of 10 tension

Aa expert does not always Fun Day" throughout the afternoon packed hours in the lift of an elegant gentlewoman
'HVSH. Ill/Sir/ STAR follow strict mathematics In his who becomes trapped nine feet above the floor in her
play of the dummy. Sometimes H \FJNO W C7.tmbtAN horn elevator Included in the cant of this shocker

he will have a reason to go Mr, lid Mrs Irving Velno Jr., are Jeff Corey, Jsms Cain Jennifer BQUnnler and
sgalast. probabilities, but never chairman, announced that a Bar William Swan. .
Joseph Gotten DefendsActors' when th* mathematical play la BQ beet and pork dinner with .
\ a sure winner.
wimp cabbage, corn bread
A diamond opening and a club baked beau and a large election Women Push High' Write-in;
return would have beaten of mixed aaladi whit code .
South's six.apade contract but and cold thinks will b* offeredat
Right To Be SickBy : Wilt made his normal opening S pm. until they are sold MIAMI (AP-No) matter what But Mrs Shirley wlnlawu; .
lsd of the king of bearta.I out. Mayor Robert King High says, who sparked the campaign y.reed >
I South wanted no Urn in study Ticket will b* sold for ft M a determined group of Miami :
I because the hand looked like a I for adult sod IS ants' for children housewives la .pushing ahead. "Mayor High can accept the
BOB THOMAS well *o we can give a good performance cinch.H* took his ace of hearta under II children with a High for governor' .-rit. office of governor If we win It
AF Movto-TelevtaUm Writer and immediately laid down the ti\4 sr.* fit.. Th cooking ot the in campaign for him. And we're working "In
The mayor, told of the drive -
HOLLYWOOD (AP) Last "Joan had to be sick you ace of trump. East showed out mata will be supervised by a week ago, said h* neither nipported win,
May Joseph Cotten began work can bet the insurance doctors and South saw there was a, Deputy Sheriff Buddy EMI: nor encouraged. it, Aa a Mr. Ana Peterson wi Banned.
would have advised her J. C Boyd; Red and county chairman and laid headquarters .
en a movie which be expected' to not alight problem. Rogers, loyal Democrat, h* added, h*
last two months. He hopes to replacement U she wasnt. The He ruffed a heart led a spade Larry Schumr, accepted tt* party'* lomlnaUon would be opened tale
finish the Job sometime this only sensible thing to do wa to back to his Jack, ruffed his last '.'(CIC Df LODGE: of Mayer llaydon Burn ot weekend.
month. hire someone else, because the heart with dummy'a Jut trump r.. There U to b* a dance heldIn Jacksonville his Williams left Friday *n a
The movie It called' "Hurt company couldnt wait for her and led' a club to his queen. the Lodge, starting at I p.m. trip up the east coot handbtg
Hush, Sweet Charlotte" That's i any longer," West ruffed and there went the r ev and the meal ticket Include must have a Clvle Center, In out 1,000 copkM of "An Opt
the studio's punctuation and I Cotten practice his preach slam. a price of this sun and baseball which to bold their meeting, Letter to an flor la, Vot.r. :
guess you've heard about it. ment. Last year h* and his wife South had been mighty unlucky 11w gam*. All candidate peeking aad at a meeting place for any I "You caa still vote /
That was the one which was Patricia Medina, were playing It took a 3.0 trump break public office are welcome and all otganliatloni, club, you bUevn th* letter any*.
supposed to repeat Bett Davia' In "Calculated Risk" on Broad and a TO club break to defeat All proceeds will go to the group lid actlvlile. The building "It la slmpl ft Is entirety 1*> I
and Joan Crawford success way She had a bad case of the him but, the,point Is there was ,. building fund of this nonprofitorganization will be used for such need gal.
with "Whatever Happened to nu, but atlll wanted' to do the no need for him to take any with the direct pur a* headquarter for a summer 'Simply rait tile slot above
Baby Jane," only Miss Crawford playWOnjNT chance whatsoever with his conS pose of helping to make Oiteen recreation program for our the name of lUydon Bum a Li .
sick and had to be LET HER better clubhoua for tile the electina machtn. The ,
got tract Ar a community la which to youth., a youngla i spies
replaced by Olivia deHavuland. "I wouldn't let her do it. he The trump lead at trick two heart aid many many more.t'tIYittH. I Is small but tt trill easily held
JOAN SETS FILM said "And I can.tell you this: I wa a luxury h* could not at iCIRCUS live.To accomplish this, Oiteen a die Bmi R. K. High."
would much rather make love to I ,
Whatever happened to Joan her ford AH h* had to do to make ,1'
on the stag than to her ,
Crawford? She has recovered .
the hand against any combination .
understudy .l > :w '" i .,. .. .
enough to sign for another movie the of card was to have ruffed' ;a __ ... 4"
to start this .month, "I Saw Knocking ,on nearest a heart with the king of spades
wood. Cotton admitted that lilt
What You Did. TIME "What's cooking Red nosed
himself has mined at trick two. A spade lead would
The man caught In the middle curtain although there have a put him back In his hand and he Fred Corollo is a ""nosey clown. Shown above is Sharon
of the brannlgan wa amiable been nights when he didn't feel would ruff hI. last heart with Carrot aerialist, who liking time out to writ a let
Joe Cotton, who doesn't term up to snuff. He has been absent dummy's ten ter back home to the folks In England. They will b. Air I
bothered at all. True he has on only one movie. There would itlll be a trump seen with the Clyde Btatty-Cole Bros Circus comingto

check been earning through a the pleasant whole pay.distressing That was a Western at Universal In dummy Now he would b* Daytona Beach Tuesday Oct. 13. The circus will

builnes But h* claim some years ago," h* able to draw trump and even spread its city of tents, at Bethune Point where performance k
that Ie 1 incidental. recalled. "Iliad a back injury tuaDy.roaeede one diamond will be given at 4 and 8pm. under the
took his In the middle of it and they had trick. sponsorship of the Daytona Beach Exchange Clubv The-.
Cotten time out from
nefa/loua doings h* and OUt or to three suspend weeks production" for two circus has its winter' nendquartera in DeLand. lieftliiieen !j jlookiftfoIorTV (

via had Just given Bette a Ai for Hush Hush," h* i\ -
knockout pill In a scene before reported that It 1* moving right Best Sellers FLICKERS STILL'POPULAR J.
lunch was called. He paused to along with its new wtar and .
defend the actor's Inherent right
will be finished la time for a w
. to get sick. December rieiTiONsautktra
opening producer-
( ARDY a4 Tl.ff...
4Iv never been able to understand
director Robert Aldrich wants
this business about to qualify it for the dear ANMrifCDMY t'rli One Of Screen's 'Greats'DisclIsses
'the show must go on. he CAMp
declared "It's absolute Boa- lUJ.uN THB wH.l. I* Cur sense People In other lines of tier THE RECTOR or relTUI' At.

work are allowed to be lick now THEATERSTHIS I THIS rhlneI..e IIul'n" IIAOIC Iuwaet Silent MoviesHOLLYWOOD
and then. Why shouldn't actors? CONTENTION Ks.eel asd

"11 anything to the TOlVoNLT .. .
we ow UV TWICS1 1'1.
theater and I've never been WEEK r rI "'..
THB 455 Btirilrk:
convinced of that It Is to getTngnllnNljMT TUB arm 0oldlse
(AP) tip lie stin works regularly .la
I IDITOMS NeTIlh4 Tbaae NONPICTIONHAflfcOW Ramon Novarro wh* survived movies snd television.M .
.. ",it* in Nn* II rMM ...... -- Hhulmin I
I ,.aess,. Tea *ynMl News TUB INYIBIMB OOTtRNIflVT them all, has the right answerto soon will be sees as a rick!
BOULEVARD I k> p.NealaN"' a.r NN, W''.. and sea why silent movies were nor Italia In tile tint thrpart
.. ........ A MOVKABLB II...
iiiiil* tr <'IIM JTBAST popular and critics
U "Dr. Xlldar
DIN! IN THUTII I many segment! I* a
ATHENS! A tVlgUTSJ TO lOR.H.! agree, more artlitlc thss to priest .la "Rawhld" and 1* aa
I THEATER Porn NRtDT RATS- '.-"eer c.r.L and MS Vcnmr A*.ri.THB day's crop. upcoming movie to be mad .la
c. Oat rl A Mtfltl .s" "We shared our talents with Spain
Opea 1:11-Shaw ''J." Today through WednmoayTh : THE WIT' CLOSED- A iitrMmHimiipri O.IBTT the audience own Imagination. "I like to weak and I also
Visit" with Ingrid Bergman (" I".., The talkies and now" television; like to rest between ,Jobs.; huys
AIT:Man* It:M Anthony Quinn. feature at DIPLOMAT' AMO\CI WABHIOHS '
tamper with that vital key to
1.05.' S:09. 1:13.: 7:17. I:M.Thynday crr'l' BLACK AND WH1TBTH'sMrrVMANS enjoyment
Ihrwif Hotel" Ratartfay'Honemoon with Nancy- .: ......1 "Everything: ."" .d.yl Is Pinning< Play'
llMIiLM throws at the audience like a .
Klvaa Robert Coulet.
Fact are transmitted to earth
I. ; pt. la the face. They .don't have NtW Tonic (AP) Woody
from the weather: aatalutea,
BOltetAKDDtnEIN time to enjoy It In their wn AUes, nightclub and u UvWoacomediaa
muck like a pretaped tlvlto
TIKATEB show who a aatelllU come minds." says" tilt sliest tcnt"', I II ponnlsg a play that

and AA.MAUOUNT Today hnogh Tw 4ay AI within rang ol a monitoring Bea Itur, may reach Broadway usd* tile
7,10:45: "Lady hi a Cage" with\ tower. Novsrro still handsome and Mas Conine productloa banner
: Olivia d* Havllland. At ':11.I distinguished at SI. naked with Th. us.*Wed script cc crni
I 'Th* Prize" with Paul Newman.WedaeUay. Talent!ao as one of ** great tile adventure of a Americas
MLSAMAlt.U Thmtay At T. Daytona Beads lovers of the silent screen;:h* family OB foreign lour, Gordon tl
10:30. "Please\ Not Now" with TUHOAT re*. to even greater SUCCM! a veteraa trapretarto, ass bees
: Brlgttt BardoL At I:41. Twilight 13 during die talkies' goldea ers of btent front ttuetrttal maiase-
AII1lIEILIf I IYsM of Honor" with Richard CCOIUATTItNOON the Thirties. men star 'TJ* Mid Gild Midst ZICdJOSA-CMN/.E.Iw Nt1Mrtwsa
Chamberlain.rtUay. Now, although comfortably Ca/HBac." which dosed ta IKS sties wicAAlwd Inee,'
.aatarcay At T. Rob- ft I NIGHT fixed with good real nut hold.tlitt. after Kt perform*aces' 1r.__II 41eg. t/e. -I n.
inane Crusoe on Man" with P.Mantle. lr..M PttAM. .... 1ft. ....... ...t
At f:10, "Good Neighbor .4i.heap Osb It.LttlR rl.aaR .a -.IM.
Sam" with Jack Lemmoa.
/ASraslor.s At 11:20, "Rid Vaquero" with Starts Tomorrow

---- R. Taylor. r : 'U It's the new generation of f Color' TV;

'I want DeLand October

Wh,'. ... about Another (laspertaat iTiirfl'
Pesrit my Lions 5,6,7 Mlrl' c...,/.. J advantage Is tajaTV* I'""*.,

1os lover / <.?To start sHth.the new tube U abort 14 ;

7tNsn1: and 8 picture Is rectangular, hubs abet.e' hone 1 w
Club full, bigger, with a front t* bath tlun sr* e .

killed I"I ... .....,. Faa For natural shape iarfar @ dlsaty read eels, t
l:31 ,A, ... Penea..ta1 (. odor. as**!**. All"i. .
2..ANIMATE Etoa. AaatulBROOM ether. seta caaa *rcUHy -- I I Inei* ran be afis* iced Tjwrfornitar

i flllUll ,produced U America today trim. Thy fit hick ...

..1....UlJ'llMfI. SEATS __.....Che.. --_ SALE M* a round' tub. Their ptctan*) cl ** l. the wag .,.. ,aN..a TIre
I MtnrixlrottaiM .ir. Look blend beesstiAdy wpb eegMar Au.l
I ...... cArset 1Ir S.II Osleetil .hear SMMh et u. plctStfO 7*.'<1 IISMags..Oh.e.4 trip may W,

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display now .tD&HTV
M eel talk M jfM *..) Tel red 1 a lrs *#sags ..

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i{ Showdown Meet Slated On Baker-Case Charge yN; ((1n,1LLY! i

(AP) A hurrcan re-
|jl WASHINGTON+i (AP) A lion Monday he win otter a ,I Committee at the time and later the rules once a quorum ha ftee. CalMktI Williams
slowdown hu been act for Monday motion to have Baker, Philadelphia Ambassador to Ireland, has said been established, shelterrFriday a :Red Cms .
oo whether the political contractor Matthew MeClotkey that he paid Reynolds the exact Williams protested in the night to a
payoff charge ta the Bobby and others called to amount for which he wa billed Senate that the e mmittM" fbc pound right ounce airLHam"
Baker caM will be aired la public testify, probably next Thursdayor for the premium 01the performance Democratic majority) wu "art- "" the Infant WM
hearings befora the Nov. > FrIday. bond for the stadium log like a group of small boys easy, Its Hilda.
election Cooper said he law no reason contract. delaying at rip to the woodshedIn
la response to Republican de to put oft hearings on the The rut?1 committee provide 'the pious hope that something
adends Friday tar prompt, questioning charge by Sen. John J. William that three of the sine members will happen to the principal, number" nabbed 11a series oftelda
of key witnesses, chairman *. R.DeL, that Mcdoakey constitute a quorum for the I before they get then" on moonshine whisky op. I
B. Everett Jordan D-N.C., made a $35,000 payoff on the taking of testimony.At I stations throughout Florida. :
agreed to call a meeting of Uf District! of Columbia Stadium the hearings Friday and Two More Arrested In two day the agents
Senate Rules Committee to let : project to>> Don B :Reynolds, a Thursday, no more than three I swooped down on operations
the members decide what they local insurance'agent.FOMENT members were present at anytime TALLAHASSEE!: (APTwo) scattered from Sarasota to tha I
want to do. I' CLAIMED And only two, Jordan and I more persona were arrested FrI., Georgia line. I .
I 'San. John Sherman Cooper, RKy Mcdoskey, finance chairman Cooper, were on hand much of i day by state beverage department In Friday' activities, 5.000
I ., said that at the secret sea of the Democratic! National the time permliilble under agents, boosting to 13 the Jugs 'w re seized at Bradenton. I


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510RE3 J A SIZE FOR EVERY PERSON Russ Hines, chairman of) the annual.DeLand
# PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT = Lions Club broom,lale, enlists the aid of his wife and an extra hand to point out that I
t' the Lions will offer brooms in a variety of shapes; and sizes during the event that
PRICES GOOD.THROUGH WEDNESDAY opens tomorrow Hines Is displaying the industrial size model; Mrs. Hines wields the
I JUICE DRINK !II I- household type and the hand shows the whisk broom. In addition club members
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. 4 will have 'mops for sale. The, industrial brooms are $2; household brooms
$1.50, and mops and whisk brooms, $1. Lions will launch the annual sale tomorrow at
w = = 3:i p.m. on a door-to-door basis throughout the DeLand area. The sale will continue
I each night this week until the hundreds cf brooms and mops have been sold. All proceeds .
from the sale will be used by the club in its sight conservation program
hew I I Ii through which hundreds of West Volusians are provided eye glasses and, examina. I
.i tions. (Sun News Staff Photo) r'* I
a : 6 32oi 100 II I
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is AV'i\ cl:1J..1A Thousands Of-Pine Readied '
.",4 a t .l = = Seedlings

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:r'0 HALVES OK SLICES _= DEEP BROWN 'For' Shipment To State's Landowners


In late November. Florida's forest land ti owned by farmers, attention and care u the order
three state nurseries will\ be the much of this ta farms of 160 for 00,000.Inereued.
scene! ot brisk activity as thoua- acres or lets. The order for production of forest
9 ands of pine seedlings are pra- 2,000 seedling receives! u much products depends largely,on the
I pared for shipment Florida forestry programs ot theee landowner .<
w 00110 100 landowners Approximately 63 *. Each year, while some
14ox School Board
e million tiny green seedlings will trees I are planted, others are
.' mtarnwe CANS :.:, .be lifted ,wrapped. and.] ,slipped harvested. One'purpose of the'
O 41 for replantingReforMtatlon Sets forest service nurseries Is to
r : of cut-over areas MeetingA provide seedlings to these (3.000
(LIMIT II WITH $1.1* FOOD ORDEE) :: la a seasonal activity ,In the landowners who own two.thirds
LImit f : ,ta''.. Each year new sites are special meeting of the Volu- of the state's forest area
: Wlth$2.55 ;f11ll1l1l1111 n 11I1111I11111I JlIII 11I111 JIll III 11I11111111I r. prepared for planting by the eta County School Board has 'Planted Pines Pay" Is a
Feed Order landowner who obtains his young been set for s a m. Tuesday, slogan often quoted In. forestry
SAYE 104 FYNE-TAS1E trees from the Florida Forest School Supt. John H. Smiley an cirrle They pay the,landowner
Service. The planting season nounced yesterday.Heyward In Increased!
return from his
; tnimmiiuiuiiniinniinmiiniiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ iiii! : usually stretches' from late W. Saujs Jr. ,Day. I woodlands, they pay the woods
aC"I INSTANT COFFEE November through early FebrurLANTING tuna Beach I Junior' College In I .. -leer and the Industrial work
structor is '
ary. contesting the with employment and
they I
iI 8HAMW rescinding ol his appointment to tv 'In terms of Improved
'The three-month planting season the faculty for aaother year. prosperity for the entire state.
comes at a time when many Sauls was recommended for For additional Information' I
BEEF; : farmers have time off from reappointment and later Pr. Roy how'to make your pines pay,
I t LIVER : other agricultural wactlcei.While rescinded Bergengren.the DBJC recommendation.president, contact' your local Forest Service
they wait tot the warm A office or write to the Florida
hearing ,wa started last
I- Box 6ge sail of spring dormant, they period use wintersenforced to paint month but postponed when Sauls Forest Service In Tallahunee.swla .
r !AR did not receive! in time for the
old fields! sndd over areasa
5 :' 3 US AND OVER fresh green with pine seedling conference from the board some which Information he was
.. *. due
r ( 1mID[
E Young green pine plantations
r represent one of the states The National Park Service\ ,
-- -- biggest Income producers The custodian ,of Fordi Theatre hi
5 1 FF} DELUXE'FRESH FROZENORANGE wholesale manufactured value ofI'InrIda'l Washington, hopes to have the 111 L WY, P1a..1344355
theater restored
forest products Is by AprI1196S.
annually In excess of one,half
JUICE blUloa dollar This Income Is
i shared by the landowner, woods
worker, forest Industry employeand
all of Florida's citizens.
r Many of the small.I landowners
obtain\ direct assistance l tram the
I LESSER QUANTITIES LB 37$ = County Farm Forester with their
5 99* planting' programs. The Farm
= 60R Forester aa employe' of the 4 i'T
=' :: CANS Florida Forest Service' helps.
I E the landowner order his seedlings.
advisee him ,on spacingand
when to ,plant helps him
M obtain a tree planting machineIf
9 I BACON'BLUE 49VJ 'I ( needed to provide and tnstrvctioai U often available when.

l.6 FRESH FIR RIPE the trees out are Acnvrrr planted
: = Tree planting',U not a, new
S RIBBON 4 QUALITY FRESHLY GROUND activity .la'Florida. State For.ester ,
C H. Coulter! tint pro.
TOMATOES noted tree renting to IJ2. la
that year S,000 pines were planted
I BEEF 5 189 i Since the. mil and one.1Wt

I IBS billion la the seedlings state.This have ben planted YOtI CAR mm GETS. REFRESHED TOO...

year approximately Mminimi -.ww..r wa ar ---a..y.e..earl
pinea eetalpa. eucalypt
CARTONS us. cnttonwond. 'cedar and ArtMM s.-. Oet seer ...........
; iiiiiiiiiiiFT, cypress seedlings were produced ales.waao. Oe4-Slop FMtvrtJ Service
la the state nurseries\ for

tADTFAtSICED landowners.were produced Thee for sale seedlings at cost UCLVMSS 1. WAR AND RUM COOiM SriTM 1. CMCX
: Fair 2 lit production. : M per thousand roe UABS S. inner ... somas IAMARM MOSS CLAM*
SPANISH MR fir pines: 9* poor thousand fat .. WSTAU SKOMMNttO AMTWtnZt (Ol lUST MNISITM
t. cedar and Arfraia cypress; 15 '. owes MUfti ornAnoM .. pansy txiuun mrM
thousand 9or Catalpa.: and
BONUS per 7. CMICIC: MMTON Pont ivAU nuec oon I. ooocBAHUr
........... s HO per thousand. Mud eucalyptus AM UCTKAl rfSTMAiwruwn

JCec : __ : Seedling appUcattas terms aN $1ITb ptonenoN ..iwraovn MHJM ".
REC 29iMmiitmiiiiuumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii< I prowled landowner e. requestOr III.,./* MtMl ..... mPOtMANCl lOMOCt UWMun
.351 I /MxT/1A .- t FRESH PICKED TENDER YOUNG they eta pick lIP the vecwaarjr .nouwfra runt ativMocn
forms at county:
itttajw GHSI STAMPS : offices u well u local Florida SIT m wurm vnt
: ------ I MAUTT SHYIQ cowl
brtaOatioa Due
CH>CMKAMON C&@ user fat l7. I Forest Service
) TREATS, Rte 3y i i.&ID RAISIN BREAD "j."u i .19 e te wild the ea demand a flrt eemd.seeding firstservedbasis. are Bill Holler Motor 'Sales

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Order sties very from SOD .p '

FOOD FAIR :r: 346 EAST',NEW YORK'AVE. SETZEiVS235 WEST NEW'YORK AVE. accordtBg Almost M per to, 'landowner-east,ot Florida's.... S59 SesA Benknrd ,Fhm 794-2661

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i (ifor : Outref the hundreds fru with a lot of campaign oratory.H I to Texas walked oft the pan
K ef thousands still was molding the 1m- The dockworkers, st least were..
of word ot the Warrenreport I age tII.tITY GoMwater's back In a hurry. Acting efl la,
.. cam th* answers to two ejection might lead ta war and structlona from President J&hs.
,ttV" e) questions troubling th* nation that h*, LRJ. was a more prudent ..nllII.* government obtained a
and the world for almost a man. federal court order rsitrtiiUng-
: year: H* told a throng In Manchester the lnngshorem from sfrikSBg'
Le* Harvey Oswald acting N.H.: "Mefnr! I start dropping during an $0-day conUng-aO'
alone and unaided by any eon- bombs around 'Viet Nam, period. By Friday night, tt
piracy ....*.III.IM President 1 would want to think about the hours after they walked out. tk*.
.,-- ,1j John F. Kennedy In Dallas, consequences nf getting American Sobers wr back *t work
Tex. en Nov. 22. 11t1.! hoya Into a war with 'TOO Their main complaint not.
fwJ r "Mr The answers seemed to sattafy million/ Chinese, w.'r* not going money! but automation and the
j y moat everyone north (Into fled North Viet threat. ot fewer jobs on the
Rut till voluminous report Nm) at this atag fl' the game pier,
\ railed still mother overwhelming I and ",.',.. not going to let the In brief, the week's\ ether
l question How do you adequately I I Communists take over either" newt:
.. '.. protect a president\ from : Neither w. Parry Gnldwater Doctor reported astronaut
r.w assassination by A determinedklUer I silent. For the first time In the John H. Glenn Jr. If on the way
? It acknowledged that at campaign h* accused' the Johnson to "hi tually complete rtNW.
A F beat a president can only be administration of being ery." H* slipped In his bathroom .
mud ai ..r. as h. wants to be. I "soft on communism" making Feb. 2f. Resulting nauaaa
I And on the very day th* report the charge four times In 011''pHC'h. and dlzzineaa forced him out tt
r : wa released last MondayPresident the Democratic rica Mr the
+ t Johnson' campaignIng And Urn and time again h* senatorial' nomlnattAa In Ohio.Th .
t ,. 4 Ire 1w tactlca gave weight to tta alngled out Hubert' H Hum.phrep. Navy dlacloaad It hid
y warning On a barnstorm tour the Democratic vtr*. taken picture of large parts

CHESTNUTS CROWING -PfCk, l left, and Ton) Visccntl, his friend itand in of New England Lyndon lUlnesJohiuon presidential nominee a* this"radical of the shsftared ubmaru
must have given hit of the left" maktngmuch Thresher, the
lying mi ocu
Pecks land off E. Minnesota
r..1i1e front of one of the chestnut trees discovered growing on aecurlty men added gray halrt of his association with the Poor 90 mJlM off Boston. The
rte a
!n Ave. The trees are bushy and not unlike pear trees ,in Irpearance.i H* stood up in the bark ot hit Americans for Democratic Action. pictures gave no more evMsnc

A NUTTY SURPRISE-Joseph S. Peck, building open car to acknowledge the of what happened to and till
contractor from DeLand, shows chestnut' discovered S'FARdLD TREES ARE UARDY. Pfiftm/CTiTB cheers of the great crowds and Why asked Goidwater. does Thresher t.SOO fe,t* to the hot.
"I werepear plunged Into the multltudei to Humphrey" want "1ft badly to lit torn 01ArrU 10, 1M3, with tilt
he owns always thought they
en property lhak hands and exchange a heartbeat away horn the presidency loss of U9 lives
trees, Peck said. The grove which contains about, greeting while the question fitpreelfltlll.1 \ -1<> drag our nation into
dozen hardy trees, is off E. Minnesota Ave., a Growin In The Sun like Harps Marx Bled Monday
j. lust Chestnuts g Open ; security\ hung a the wampiand of collectlvlam, night In Hollywood at TO. Three
block from Peck's home. Peck saw a man fig a ihadow over kl. coming and to take hundred of billion ef ot th. flv. famous funny brothers
basket with the nuts. It was the first he knew of their golngt. dollars from your pocket to are ten. Gummo, Zeppo aid
existence. (Sun News Photos by Bishop) The FBI reportedly wu unhappy spa4 en silly, socialistic Groucho.

nr eL ."llr _J Grove Near DeLand Surprises Experts In the over Warm criticism report It-reelv that It schemes CHINA." BOMB After sight day of sinnedhearings

i had not enoperatwt closely Ry week's end, It appeared Suprtm Court Jus-
enough\ with the Secret Service, likely that Red China might tire Joseph r. Gtgtlardl wu
,I By BCK3ARD BISHOP mila and variety aihel rtestnut attnulated by rapid decline In I specific*Qy, that It had not soon break Into tile Ixclu'IV'IIlIchl.r ready with till dectsloa. H. gave
\I.f" bun New Malt Writer growCounty wild In Florida, from Lak the American' variety, particularly warned that Oawald was la .1ImIt! club, la sa unuiuI It out Thursday la Wilt Plains
...,+ 1 The man knelt beneath one northward, principally on 11.h.* South, caused by Dallas that fateful day, I .tactic ,Secretary *f Stat, NY the four children Mar>
1 ft about a dozen bushy tree hammock lands. chestnut Night.Whatever Peck At week's end word '..aktd Dean Rusk, ot\tIu.1y preparingth gantts Fitter Murphy live ut
lust oft E. MInneaota A\.... ablock The specie, chararterUed' by. the variety out la a copyright story In Ili.Washingtns action, announced the Peking to marry Gov. Nelsoe! A. JIM."Uti' .
at of Hill Ave. H* was bushy tree which produce attractive might have the. only chestnut star that J. Edgar regime might *ipl .d* Its will remain with then
putting something In a bushel white blooms growt grove III.olual. County. Hoover had told the Warren "first nuclear d vte* r la the father, Dr. James .. Murphy;
basket when Joseph S. Peck a also In West Florida and westward I Onmmlaalon that'' stringent effort near futur."

building contractor from De- through Texas. It. .hit to guard the president Thus the United State., Britain Quotes of the week:
: Land spotted him. 1 la couched several In clusters.brown, spiked Party Staged could ,lead to Gestapo tidies, Franc and the Soviet Union "Th shots which kWH President i
Peck stepped his car. It was burrs of '
CONTIMfW might have to accept a new Kennedy sad wouadad
his" land the man was" en.Whatcha .naked. NATIVE In the 1'WETYTrees local :grove fit 4-H Girls Nothing could atop the presidential mmbr l 10 their du'*. They GoY Connally were And I by LIt

L ,; tI "Gathering doing chestnuts? Peck," the the description<< of the native By campaign Through die would, do so very reluctantlyand Harvey Oswald." th*,,Wantsreport.
I. doubtful ikiM the candidate traveled, with great miiglvtngi, even .
However, it
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I man calmly answered.The landowner and variety.if Col. and Mr*. Ewing would SPTVILLE: Members of the and by train Int. hamlet and though China would 'b' a !Junior "I regard tt at wilt tor the
4p Art astounded I have planted so called wild Seville Girl' 4 H Cub celebrated giant rnetropolU wooing the member" for the time being. lame of learning to be ..rfilCll'f'IIIM.Uy *
e B the IInll.plllA.1'd nutpirker compromised 1 the :SOih birthday of 4 H with a meet Important pawl in the On the labor front, there was I to the seats af pea..r" .
of lull chentnut
n basketful Eikum say th. tree might patty la the Idyllic School gymnailum. nation: tilt voter. no sign of a break 1* the week- President Johasaa at
was divided. he ot varieties which LBJ, It ill acting tilt part fir old Central Motors atrlk at Johns Hopkins Ualv reiy.
"11 wan the Brat I knew the a cross
tree were chestnuts," Peckays. have adapted well to local soil Mis. Phyllis Smith 4 H leader.led the noneampalgaer, let loo** 40,000 dorkworkw from Main
Placer gold b* Freud
40 club may
the approximately
and climate.
"I always thought they
trees." Peck live For >ers forestry! experts member" and guests In games, deep In accumulation ell".vtI.
only a block from the apparently have unsuccessfully tried to which were followed by dancing. Stetson Named In Will land and other material la the
old beds' el streams ar glacUrs.
abandoned grove.rORMTKR. cross American chestnut with an A large birthday rake was
: TOLDA Asian variety. The attempts were served, as well a* punch.

friend\ of Peek', Tony VIconrt *. J The gym was decorated la the BUY f
told Voluala Forester Bob Hotfl'Mournrtl4 4 H colors, green and whit, AsalaUng Stetson' University Is' Included divided among five elueancnal :
Elkum about the dliwovery.Elkum. r*ads! r Mrs. South with aka party la the' pet of nie.,..n/. to share and. rtaittable. lasUtvfloiM one
too, was somewhat a.. I NEW orut fAP) ..Alt, way Mrs. BUI/ Rut and .Mr. lh-e.'tt,* of the tote Or. Leonard of which la Stet en. '- ; ; ..1
:r founded: He live/ only tour Mock! 100 family member and architectural Eugen' Martta. /.;jCurtli. the Mtv'rsirjt't: pro, Hors during the. CM JFtf ta MAYTAGFRIERSON'S!
from tk* grove, which la In plain school studenta stt4 Seville gluts attending the r- fessor of law emeritus, wW tied Aurora Ind., Dr. Cvrtta taught ,
view. of traffic on Minnesota Av*. a mock: "funeral march" Friday cent 4 H Rally Day at Camp MeQuarri Aug. X. at the age of 101 year. I law at the Utlvfrtlty 'f Mlsamiri 1
Elkum Immediately visited the to protest the scheduled rating were Kay Starling, Rita According to his wttl. t'tr two yean and the tjavrsiry ttArtama Af
grove and collected seeds, which of the fashloiub) Savoy Paw ruackman Carol Cardw II.| Curtis left his home at in W. for: yearn. IsUV.b* '
were sent to Florida Forest Service Heel Cheryl Conrad I Debbie Smith and Minnesota Ave. la DeLaad, to moved I* and was a
our ertes for planting and Tb* hostelry will be replarH Audrey MacCormlck. who woe Stetson. Stetao law professor anti beretired
study by a 40 story sure ltuUdJI,. tw* nbhon la the softball throw" Dr. Curtis also asked that any at the age .( 10. H* OKWJIl1add
Elkum 1 Isn't certain ef the Opponents of tile plan belie she won first plate In the sealnr. other remaining part ef the was a member of f the DeLand
local grove') tansy. But he ten architectural harmony el girls division, and second la Ux estate, after all specified .bequests That Baptist Church, which alas : No"'r Mew M. urn

note, the tree are In excellent tilt area will be_!impaired. ,."'!f I Junior girls. division, have .been made, N received a bequest\ la his will
u --
condition and wodurtnf a good --
quantity tula, apparently without LEGALNOTICE? LEGAL. NOTICEPursuant
fertilizer or cultivation.

FORESTER-Bob Eikum. Volusia County Researched produred pane to the previsions of Chapter 101.41, Florida Statutes, publication
AMAZED facta about the mysterious cbHt.nut -
forester with the Florida Forest Service, was amazed 1f'OJt reportedly was t" J Is hereby made ef the sample ballot concerning the Primary Election ta
that chestnuts were found here. He sent seeds from planted about 13 years ago by '; '
the local grove for planting In a state nursery. Col. and Mr*. Jewell Ewing mi? t : be held in Volusia County, Florida on Tuesday, t October J, 1(64.KATHERINU .
former residents of DeLand. Mr. .
Ewing was a botanist She reportedly
Critic brought th* young trees Supervisor of ReristitUoa
Sun from Mlaaiaalppi" lor transplantIng VolusU Countylorida I

Asks Community Support meat small Meantime here.has rrovPftk'i IKHHtvrj clustered a kousing AKEA arouad develop-\housing tilt V Voting Machine. Sample :Ballot' :

** wo* '.
development But the few trees R Rr
haw withstood apparently ... DIAL D1M000TIC ......a_ "''r' /1 k. ;'
progrea. '"1 trIr, r J r_. J\ICT1ON .

Of Concert Performances Elkum' with says th 110* ill tree effects.may bea ..-.. *1 ..,,. Will VOlUtIA HOtflTAl DttTUCT '

variety -I tJ F .
relation ot the Amertcaa
of chestnut which .la rapid; Teeedey,Ods .ee d,1 Ni4

ry declining la th* South. According \

(Cdllor's Nt.t : The great depths ot' hate, anger er I to the Manual II Trees ('!P, i Y ) 'UCIN..... .. ..... .-
III revises. ,I "' -
North America par Ii" rt (
Boa News .la pie**** I* aaMK .
.. The Americas Indian knew f' ,
that enrbir tINt I 4 W '
keg eoaMrt, MM L t. Perrt- thla when the brave were KrntfTlfdgffAUl
aroused to suicidal battle henry
twavet -
--. tame
lad curremUj Ukamtacy a* by ,wild dance Tribe la the : TALLAHASSEE (AP- Afty.Gen. .
parse at FW )I...... Jungle of Smith America Africa Jame Kyne says k* plea
...,..... will raw. a* ... letrlttc. and the pacific Island osed M help Florida farmers fighting MM COMMtWOrffl WET VOtUHA MOSnTAl OtfTHCTVetefafOna
rerr'I rare..** ,.r- rhythms and appropriate sounds tile federal government' plan to OFFICES
.....-. fca DeUM h*** ht cannibalistic rttaala and orgies. reduce tile a< draw wit arcI. -..... Its ettrmlr Type 14 flu*-wd tabaee
mwlralplot b.ckgr..1 CIvflized aocMie .*. music ,... reductloa will prevent
fcs.wle4( g.tae4 dais ghi fur (urge* ef patrkMiMi. re Florida'll.t...... prtirtpaUng -
.* rnwiy yin *a tt>. ks.e...- manic, reltiatkm\ aM, since la IN of the aO-l..4ew
MHoMU. ewM-ert star are n' this was flie' trig!* *f war ", crop la. Florida .griaiftiirewhich ,
ceOewi *..lince. gar alt'" for religious revereac and n- provide farmers with aprofll.
pest with KM .. Sew A* pI'fttinA. ." Kyne said. 'b.:
aa talrdr.M I* th". rwntaf n.vbt1ai4 the h* lc fact w :
.*......Perrlr"' *!** ....y fUs ....s this wbiew, w* pea I 'UttIlW enc of the ranrHud) ypunar, IAatv 2A ,A A IA M 7J.
Tttw* M *.. carreas Act. the "," _Ie" form fit wWch mir reprttth* and ......" "aound" .la CANDIDATES

cat ataadlag.Aaotker teen"*ger* are .being abected.' having disannul rtwdta ei MM e. r..A. KtthUea LLOM wee.. Wahef, a. rd.1t.
Let' M dwell for a moment' .. cultural taste of *ur Impren.av turn D.... Gel1asebe. Mie&aelee Nerdnuna WIIIcw
concert seasoa Is th* aomencUtMre need tat thla yarn not *. mewtioi the r
la West due form t.wtt: 'R.ct-1a4- effect roe th*> moral eharactcr.
upon tt*. Music Invert "* r&nGU.1I ..
RoO", "Brltap", Twist". .
olula are looking forward hm ", "D Hr" and "Wrrjr- >Dof". Ibis'" wilier srg** pamrt. to
nether pleasant year la A* J1fcn1lL'tG NEW: avail tbenmetv .f the rulturalaclwnl

Ight of the fine pert rmew+* There 1* nothing sew to tbew .gputtaut.I .is IIIIIf eb>fn.uaNypr.rated
itiieaed at SMaoa. Uarmrtty, -art" forma oar a* th* swomilerffert y Bisa'a fir '
and recltaU sponsored by our they pmrtur .... May of nwrie pad eYamavonit INSTRUCTIONS
CMC Music Auoe hails aad k ab t II ejud Hut this pasta t .11 I MOMt TMt RIO HAMXJ tO TM1 LIGHT AM Lava IT 1HKMIL
CI Ifft, It to with prt*> that I I* no hers ar worse .bas the hy thr cutaral.Jaaiwnsas s
DeLaad IIa Newstevttaaaa Ch rle* iw", "JIIad Botwma"Jitterbugs '4F'
accept th* II... as thed .
*e aerve as mua* fir/IM. put fenraThenaly ?bee perfnrmaae fharefareftff ,44 I-FL1 a DO11id>iB follwl tg OtT1A YOUR C7gOIC>< 1t

aisle lit tea area aew asfieet .t k to '"g rar y wh to wheiWM *- 1
Bctare th* se sort**"*, facts gets wales short Hurt this eseepbeq CM pee aperMUflM af the Ba r t e, f9l li c to k
there are
way iterialmeirt I that retch ..*,y pink aid essay Things ht lit*. Inch spprMtatMacaa
mamt day should b* ailM.l at * .fcav sot bat to *** of *ou d mum!***** *rrfprMhactleA .... to eW.e wwrt as fanawrt
Vuaie hath Th y. aad aattuear Da* meld a.4 I lid
the savage bnuC"The d mask .. mnaaB lay yf ere b ae graastyaaturated see to thaw Waxy a4 ......aittiir ) *, I' fcr l 1MNt MfvfTIu Dotrrt 4 . "
power ..* seal 1aJI.! ..... by" *. ..... : 'I' ,., : !it': "
wtad ha is. rTcacabH 0JupIe aI thta. wM tba ti- *f 7Ye. seise .......' g1 hiss. r. ..
by all p-ychla- 'Isg evtoM. and .-. as era eM M ... .- .J,A TI
ft anycahdi perwewsi . .
trW field caa ; 4..Im7I aio PWSIZN Tht.H.
aaekr.d la ttt nwdia and .. npangaaw eaa ads at IllailIHw / :. ; : '
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Probe Group Chairman Need ANY Used Auto Part? PUBLIC UCTIH I


I We have it or we'll get it for youl! Monday, October 5,1 P.M. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE

Cheat, Dinette Tfcblea. W Healers,
Itrdi, CtovM
Says 'Still Work To Do' 3 Telephone Circuits( throughout the South! Wardrobes all kind .f Chairs Bird C*|>- .. Appliances

site N. Bparkmaa AM, Oranr ClijrhraM .f aU kind, Palnl Rprarer complete new and used tool.*. Florida Loan Co.

:. I 77S-Z2M MS-MZe Many other Iwml.FABRY'S .

24 HOUR WRECKER IEETICBU : 115 Feet IndloneDeLand.

; TAMPA (AP-Rep. Richard He said he planned in talk Individually AUCTION BARN Fla. Phone 734-2451

Ii). Mitchell bill laid that the with those whit are attending & K USED AUTO PARTS, INC. Iback.1 Cricket Boy Realanranl) N. Blvd. OUR PLATFORM

ontrovertUl Legislative\ Invesigatlon the caucus and chooM We Buy Lat. Modal Wreck fhoit. 734-397 CeL Febry, AvctionotrS Wi Pledge Feat Peneiiel Sinks

i Committee itlll has a a time for a meeting to decide Fer Extra Ceih

to write, and It should the committee's future course. -

together long enough to The other members are representatives the Sputnik. Moscow announcedthe ... ..... ...... ... .. Up Te $600.00

fPort, It. Leo Jones of Bay successful Undine diaclot- ELECTRIC WIRING : S $ ferUrsBIAUTV ASPHALT PAYING

j Leon County lawmaker Is County, William Owens of Mar ing Sputnik wu fitted with ra :. AND REPAIRS : I BAZAAH Monday s5n.2i...., DrefflM Servke

ihalrman of the committee, tin and George Stalling of Du. diD transmitter continuously :'I thn.iih rnaar Mrtta JPboM1S4 RAY lINKOVICH U Help W.....-..... I IM"'N "WOWr $$$$ Sevssll I IB.

4hich ha* been hit hard In rewant val and Sen. William Young of emitting aignals. : H.M.LI6GETTNorthwest : II .U;?.8. ., N.wt! Goad l"** lABtonktte

\ weeks by resignations St. Petersburg On this date au Nord! I..lonrd. e Peels ...... KK: 4-4UM FOR' tCMVICC STATION Woken.
JTli:<:t the staff headed In 194.1, Douglas MacArthur : rt.. ... II 4-2tJl : Swinbi tats Eaat Now Trk ifs uxrr Apply. Jl In. p o"g.;: I Aid aped F.rnlt.rt
'i ,
> John Evan resigned, and announced the Alllej had broken .. .... .. ........ ...... Lifts _51'Lrl" atop-'>11 Truck Rmu., OXYNER'S fURNITURE Int.
We Have Complete
then two committee members Japan's grip on British New SCRVICC. STATION Attendant. .t. '
I Apply altar d P.m. at 11* W. Now'Vark Av*. "14.,",
senators Charley Johns of InHistory Guinea. Of Pool Chemicals 201 Air Coal I Heettof h nrrlancrrt; N BirdCXPCRICNCCD. i
f'srke and Robert Williams of Today Volusla- ?'l'< hlmnn Granular or Tablet. : I
Ten .The U.N. Commission (

I I year ago" C,.n7.r. Product.Lguid Fluhlnt TackleKnle.maa
Gracen ale-quit.LOSrG on Prisoners of War reported CNloln.'t YORKAUTHORIZED fur tha new KCHURDDHL I
(' PROPOSED that more than 23,000 and Astor .. Till i:ullwan. 7S4-37I4 Mr 'I DavHWANTEOt IK, Cull. .. Plea Apply to : 41 Miles. Fee fate
Without a staff said Johns, prisoners of World War H atlll ; WAtr fit; POOLB LEADS AIAIVICHLOftINt Af'.cDNDI7iON1d0: EQPT. Man-lad. Man, AIM 21. ONCLad ,
"there Is little that be Business Neighbor ; and Arid now ,In PLA* I
very can were held In Communist area. reduced 4", for. Kaka Srnrlo And. 1 1mm Air Conditioner ll.OOt
accomplished In the few months ., wwlu, High Bcnool iraduata.IMtHi -- .L
.. Five years ago..Indian Prime || ( r lmm dlat* Iron delivery. ONt
that remain prior to the "1965 Today" Tha is > 4, Minister Nehru warned Red t Phont "34iUbHA : Wm. A// Mullen <*H Wart. boo_op4Ninlm.ntMAN _____ Ant; 8I. Rang ______! St IS

session of the Legislature In the 278th day of 1964. There are China he would not discusi border 6es t Actsuerles W.UMWNO HEATING ow 21, vacancy In DoLan" Ur'>l Ranca .n--- f 41 .S
his letter of resignation last 88 days left In the dlipulea until Communist PIERSON ANLF'PHONE, >!'ION \'G 0" E. Vnluula ".... for Rawlrtttt ONILarta
year OE: Rafrlftt-aton I Dr. I S4 SIONI
dealer Full tints prafarrad. Will
Wednesday, he that \ '1.I
prop/wed Today's highlight In history: force pulled out of Indian ter J.GAJLONfr. +/ <\1. consider amble Iou. part-timer.
i : : LECTRIO HtAT, Ql'TfeT, SAFE,
the committee clone Its office, All 'Porcalalor FAgldatr.$12424Wehae
On this date In 1957 the So. rltory. Hardware & Supplies :. CtRA.N, KONITTINO 'liUC PRIDE. Many aarnlnn M p r hour and tip.rlt. .
lock up its records and save the s1TA'1R,5H11i4i-051eii' J KI.KCTR1C viet Union the One Ur lttdSlat..1 Dryer Combination S 4414ONC
Inaugurated year ago."The PAST NEW: lOHk AVE., PH. Mamphla. Tann.PRIVERS. .
taxpayers the remainder of IIIl53.000 SHKRWIV-WILMAMS: PAINT fnuattally nit3" FrigO.dalrsRnom.
space age by launching then suspended diplomatic relation $1.69 4.n7j: .
$ appropriation.Mitchell and KrPPMKS: ARR THE BEET !! WANTED 04..1 R.roeln.MANY .
tint made earth satellite with Honduras PIKRHON SLrPLI CO." OAS AIM' CONOITIOMNO I.." \PPLT IX PBR80VTITT : ] nrHtR!: Nartalne: Low, low
In Tampa for the fnt ADAMS aNALLFTArva! : I<>nr.'. ....t. loaa to eprata. Eacb CAB !1I N. Amelia peym.,,'. T..,." and Ouaranttad

'Democratic caucus of the Florida ., ,. ., S. BLVD. Phon 714-1841 lob Indl.ld".lIr annlnnrcd br Contanlant OMAC financing
I, -" -p.M-. -- a.n'r, Paring Material ......".. Call u. for Sung andMtimita. Wanted Boulevard Appliance Inc.
Houae, made hit first comment No ohlliatlon :
the situation Business Services FLORIDA HOME OAS CXJMPANttM Frlirldalra Calaa A I.,.,.-.
on Friday TIMED oT .tuckt Washing Machine
f ttln( Khali for It New Tork. Pbona 114-IXI t:0 N. Blvcl rhoo 734SMSLAROC
"I have no criticism of Sena- your drln....,. W. R. Moultoa. '
Astor Brldia. Ph. 74H2ZH.Announcements.. NERD: SPOT HEATIVO? Repair Man M R T A I< KBCRRTARTThbK !! '[
tilt' Johns, he said "He was a h :ill 10 Services ...
r SpecM NERD: ADDITIONAL HK.ATIXOf |W PEN WICK Itt dar work : with *. .11..19.11. liS.Other .
tine member of the committee NERD: J FULL HOI KB CK.NTKALi : -; part tlma could ba workad out. MI.d.I It..... 7J4-01II.
HEATING \Vrll. Box J., t>*Ij>nd Kim N. n.CXP. .
and a fine legislator But it Is .
DeLand Woodworking Co. Call ORKENH FUEL for f, Flea Market
my feeling that we were given. IM N BONDArir; PH'ln4'>11/T ..11"' ." on any besting annllcatlon MECHANIC wantad. Minthara o.t. Antiques
In1 and 4111
responsibility by the 19631.eg1s. Z lest sad Feeutf fOAINTINO. ROOlINO. ",".. t W'SJFUEL8AVC tlrtna reqtilrtd own toola.. Applr:Reeommond.In ....nn tn Camphor Tors-Anlignnawe Hlghesy 11

lature to make certain Investigations 1''all Ji Nebow' Ho74 J'k, Vnltial Tractor Ion S, Blvd.TVLjtnd. .
731.1'.', efts i t m. OMlfdava.OlTfpKR wU' N. .-W
and make a report on WILL PINDIN pltaaa return It.,.. p VONKT W BUT WHERE AU ppllcatlona tontldantlal "-
rl'ilih' hut with Important PHUhiMika > : RIDES IS '. BUY SELL TRADE
them to the 1965 Legislature : THE: PLDF.Rfl: HUT.
iiapora In It. lout In prr.AMI: .: AIR !HKRVIfU' FISCHER TRADTNO POST
He said it II I too late to recruit I'hon VilnnDltlt TI4-4I.II.. Rich Av*. REWARD. _'XICIPAI._AIRPORT CALL 21 Situations WemitfiriNIO I4. 0 BLVD. Phona 7M-8I4

and train a new staff. But he .
CaMmt Making and Carp ntnrHrholbla
OOOO used oil 110.'...
..aid the committee, with the aid I FerseMltPRCSSMAKINtt a. T4-l SBullillnir ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING 1'1' Wl.low h.,.. GOOD uad nil spars furnaces

of a secretary, could prepare a fontrai. tnr krrplncrnmpanlon for o.nilt- GOOD u..d ana 'u.n....*.
Ij 1 -. Mattl BmmliaitKh,
man or >< > OUARANTCIO lo ba In good oed.r.FRIERSON'S .
report on material gathered In and (moral! al. SAW FILING' Ins Mlmion] Road, New: Smyrna
taratlon Draparlra Prmpt R..h. .'1.. '
already under .
investigations 1rr IMrvl.-. Phon U4.fla. D&L CO. OV THE ROUI.EVARD
OWNER. Gerald R. Frlaraon
MOT IN.w Tack Ava. TU.UKI
way.He CHir.D IN: MT HOME PHO.NBT141U4 Kit
N. Blvd Phon n-2tn
said these Include investigation THE WAI YOU MKK IT Wt REPAIR 1 and SfrW* 'any METAL WORK I .
of organizations at both HOME MAPIt CHU4 ranks and model *ewiag Marhlna.USTOM SOI I. Florida Phoaa TI4-OI1I : ON I *." I "I" Dlnatta Ml with S

ends of the political spectrum ,.. Lowman's Restaurant "Ift.r.cllo" 'l'ar.Id' ol- CARPENTRY -. PAIXTISORE"SOXAflI. I-balm' VMCl Yrr "'".. PhMLOSC
.. : : RATES 777-sal
I J.. 2C'h. n-.234.t---- :
and their racial activities In \ lid X FLORIDA AVB. 20-C Remodeling Q. VN. DAVIS 714-4144
I Seat In Athana Tnaatr -
Florida, and information/ on ,, 'f ; FRED: 1/WMAN. LOTS and REAOB RFPAmiNO: REMODEI.rVOf: 29 Sckeels-taitncllei Improvad WCIOH1 Dax-A-rHat partly '" \b new. ..

way to prevent Infiltration of ; FRANCHI5E: Mldo A Wrl.r lIeal.r. 1I4-I&3S ADDING OVT RinLDlNOT Only I Ile.. Volnala. _Pharmacy. Ing.WISTINOHOUSI .
the university system by subversives ) 5.rvlca nn All m.k.. aRe US FIRST!
13 Dregs-Cesmerks Wi......... for Installation of wa.hln. machine
and to preserve academic q TEDFORD JEWELRY any of our firodneti h* comiwtfntworkman. U.S. Civil Service Tests! and dryar. S palra hi.,. and ...hlt*
free-lorn. lim R. N.... Tack Av... Pljind Can for iris aatlmata.: fell:! :r. rhtnti draprlfa. Ilka new,
HI7 .X Boaion aft.c 1 .
REX STVTUTWIHe DID YOU KNOW Or... Quail Tom Mitchell Lumber Co. MtN.WOMEN, 1S-B1 Ktart hub
Markot DollralMMii I Slit N. aa 110100 a ...11. Preparatory
CHAIRS Sit No. Dalawar Ph. TJ4-04ZJ LE
said a lay committee has {! hnrch. HI. h.. I HIU on Mon- tralnlni' until ."......n'.d. Thai SIGNS FOR
I { been working proposals for l aanda of Joba open Rtiwrlane
22 Upholtt.rtao-Jt tiiiililiig( u..n.Inn..e......,. FREE la. HEAVY CARDBOARD15c
vision of,FJorlda'a sex control V.Rl' statutes and would need to re Dftjind Hardwara Co.l Bearden's Wrlto TODAY Lire
11.l NL fllvd Phona T84-WU ln. nama, addrrxa end phona.lin.ol.i Each
e... L Haw Turk and Alabaau Ass OI'ARANTEFDPrliva .,
K.rvlta Box 14 1)01.0114Sun
port.Mitchell Tr; NKW: I.K-.tI-t;; Ml to fit jour budget
Phon TI4..I."H ...
said none of the four ONE FOR ALL-Alfred, i giant schnauzer makes no bones N. BLVD. "... Quality Jow.lrraV Hunt's Jo1. NO HUNTING. Po.t.4. IInl", m
remaining members, in addition Btrvlra at tba Kama R.....*. MOM WNi-D PIXSONAL 14.- Upholstery Shop R>nt Apartmattt For Rant Own '
about whose tree he'll be barking up, come the November .bio rrt.'... Ire Kv.r>' da) Low. Prlcaa. OtnaTill lw" E. Wroll,. Phon. -UII' For inapaounn.: For .. DaLaad
'I to himself had given any indication .election. He paraded bis sentiments st Johnson City, Texas. CONNELL & COX p..i r>..r> day. 10 ael.elOpp.rteilies SunNawa Oftlca.LAROI .
I I that they intend to resign. DELAND SUNDRIES 13 Job rrkttkiifPrintipig

'L.KALUM AWHIf.oa. sued.and HAVE 8.r..,lr. Htailon with pnmnPvrformanca aatlnirhoiiaa Rfrt
SM :N Rhdy' Phona T 4-t7H . :
.. .,... bK el'4 Phone
.u.tam mada .r. .11. 1l'Oll AogdtpoM3b.! ,,
I IN boLogR'ac.2 : TO hair mm capital and drain to is/ .at.NIF.IOI.ATOR
t' ua N. ca...... Pliena tl4.1111 Every Prescription art 'In burinm. for >iiiralf .es ,.. alcoa.

of' UI I"CR/t.u... OUR "hum.... taka' II' ihalra, bath 'tub, haain Komaantlqura
The '* car pieprar01pUoa
COl1l'pl1! e Story JEIi : aada a* ulckly a* COIN CAR WASH ALSO mla<<.IU.>n.ou.
poa.i,aia. 5I I .I I.I aaorlf lalni Iema allprle.d to aril or make
ON* .f .... aqulppd PRIME! .location avallabla for Coin eff.r. 4-7 E. Church Saturday
aualli .
51 reee & Octal IN .ur '1""rI.. dapartmanl .. plant In .."....1 Florida w.1.| Car Wick In DrLand. Join thoaaprofiting and fliindav nnl,.
wall u tl ..., Pharmacy .....,.. ..,m.. your "printing orderfromhmInsane In tlila n.w do-lt.your- .ZIO ZAO SIWINO .
.. faatulVOLUSIAPHARMACY d parmnal e..... t* self Indu..., blurs thin top lo. MACMINI. p*
LOG CABIN Mindlta, .*....a mulU-thcuaand: full-pae. elms.tar. ration ,. taken COVMBRCIAL"KRVlrKS Ii.IO: .A 'M,Modal. laing >.adl*
Far -M.lle K>i ll>nt Condition.
Mtlmat.a call mllad
Nov. ,22 I"F.1'I1CATr.Doro
TOtR PLBAStTRWCr New ....lyrn Resell nV1 liabll* D14 d., Orlando: Fla. Makes Xtittonhoira Fancy, Daalirna Mik.a
I to mldntint .., OA .1441 Prnm"t Sere1M .u.-- Ph"". I7t'0l40.DISTRIBUTOR Sewn on Riittnna
n a m. II Am I Blind 1I1It'h.., Monogram. Darn.,
lilt N. Boulavard, Pies n4..." 11t ;. r..r.II. Pboa. .111I r..tlo. Ouarut.K22A P"l.-h" .a Etr Aaaum Ramalnln

.....,... foe RCAhlrlpnnl 1 Paymanta of II'M. Ph. Cridil
i a Wisre te OtoeRV : U ,Piisjtiee-feeor Ba.ebi, ,| Flu Cavtrlnj t Ceremii Tile \\ lea Bfachln. Kxrcllcntonportunltv H..r. 1Jt-4M1i _
for In .111.4Rn.e
1963 t* add ..... product. Weltspiing PHILCO. autotnatlo washer. 1 Tae.
j A riSHWICH SANDWICH full. arrant". IUO llm-trje saint
Glass parttrulara. Box ItlLand
DeLand Paint .
for your i"nrh. and only Xtir FLOOR SHOW Sun >..... hxt.r. so m.1. n oaa droop. Hi:!
A A W ROOT RKKH. : ,M K. RlvdONB : 111 W. Oaor Ave. Pbo** 714OZHDURALITE riX)HIDA HOME!! GAit COMPi.Nlf
t4Iq .'p DAILY 80. K: :New lark Ph. H4-HM

y AMERICAN. OLMAN: ,.h.H, art of cana ...t
You can now obtain ixcluslvety Holiday Steak House CHARLES P. HrfllLl. BOHREN CO. chairs, ...."o| ..cahlnat nnyl too
tee N. BOCLETARIX DILANO: Ml'RPHT PAINT DEALER It It... stand, Lu,. aalaetlo pI
UI W. gaminPnen.7:4an I :_ li J:. Rick At a.. Pbona, H4-I10I Te Um Cut ll...
lhroaghllisnowspapsr.lhsAP's! W. Du* and K.M
I : : riTIMATr OIVEV 24 Frelts end Jukes BURNEH'FINANCE 1)2) Mouth Am.ha An*.
'" handsome hard-covar edition of : AI *4..".ar. 114-SIM. 1I4.47ISt CO.
PlIA$. swan a. aed .eSr Inert
: Beby Sttterv-QM Car.L.AVt 0........ Hit. 11 N. LOANS TO H..* M today.VOLUSIA prohlamal. Can a M 714-1


r..r e rtna* al lnot" _
The. ....., aaliaol Opa S day* WM.. W. DEUTER '
for fast H.
Is a rapid step .(..,...... SIT_ft. OHI. "CI ."" Employment Loans to $600 I4t L Phon "..u,.

growing youngsters. As ,Mane. ., Day "......,. wan WtChild Union Finance Co.lOVATURK. SIOM ITU Oramlr I cam. I II a m. ea I .s "p .... 50; Man BTIAuto. Oilali
your little ones outgrowth 511 a. IL,. 'M.hl t .-*... 23 Hey WeileeWeifielenrat. AUTOMOHIUE.. SEAL rrRHTTTTRB RDTATV. Fiirn.f.. Ill Phona 7I4J7H4S .

Warren 1r baby needs remember Ill S BLVD r..... 7I4-4J44 ta LINOLCUMS. Maaplnt Baa..
I 20 leldlef. OetretHrt WAITcass nor It, bone Cs rim.n, Ian* l .
honral and rtlahl. Grd O TRADING
mothers LOANS TO
that other are Varn.l'a Cahlni. Huh., $6 MY POST

looking for good used baby DON C"I I a.. Porting IVLand 17.13, N"rtk .f <>ra... <1lyMIOOLIAOKD IRIBBLE & REYNOLDS 4T n. Florida Ata. Plans. 1I"'TT.s&I .
aims' 'II Fr** *::iron'*. Horna ;jjji.-;; ;
furniture playpens and <'"l 734511 to. FINANCE CO. INC. Appliances'Inc.
"" lire In aura h>r i ,
ReportJl1though acNKRAL: eoNTRArrbsf; h. claan. sent and drnand-- ,,_. OwasI fer "OIII. oak.US IU' W -r".T. Arc "",. 'rO.....
4-o' strollers. Sell your un- rllt:1II EItTJlIUTd ahl//0. Writ kna 14 I..Land Hun. L BI." P..... "C.IUI inpp. Went,." Shftapln* <:,n'.")
COLON OBORQ PH. lie S4M N.w*> ataUnf al. and quallfh.ilnu .* -
needed items for cash PUBLIC
33 ....... AUCTION
millioni of "vordi' have through a low cost PLEASE PART TIMI bole, '10".". IIn.... Man Ormb.r 1..C'tlJJ.AtI '
AT FAa.Y'l
.nrle no.1 ot 2 ohtklnm R.1.end
CLASSIFIED. Don't ut your new.paperbe7 hHuh carm, ..rd. 714.0,;.' JOEL w. TtJRMTTR: Ineat.5 kneb .5. .... mar"r Yry
fceeawritten about whit nippeaed twfore la accept remittance lor Executive IIIC FIRS N !CLVD, )PN.. LIFTS T14-41SS Rnwearkot Phan. ,...n:..

during and after the day bf the t\uuiiha- classified ada. PART TIM *r Pun Secretary tint*. mast Kaprnftrntnl HOMER i. no,.,.. Ar.ntALUTATI LOOKING FOR
In nrtKand and yp- fVaiRANXB: CO-
definftm ln: and abu in aMnma raaponn Aulq Hams, ant Ufa. lie'ItkALLPTTE GOOD FURNITURE?
don vt PreIdent Kennedy. *Wn furitoYaaw III iH>r. Mho ,....... Auto I'Inane* Plan 00 M Half RarralK. .(-.!< **. 4. i* to Pa Ica a41"ta'L.d.: : Iwo III.... "'IA"d.. n*, n4-t4 Raraafnrd A.., Ckaat ft draw.

account Is the report by the Warren Coot I Around the World NACSOM II CXPCRICNCID Part Tim H cra. JAMES F. CLARDYDICLAHD art Wardroba. rhlaa. nbinat..'.....' and platformrorkara. kit*

tars. Wrtia to PO Rca .C:. IX- of .tIt.... 4mm.P .'
'Coofertting N t4 N nro"FUJ: 1N1II"9IASMIIII !
jaljsioa. Ibis newspaper I land ria. rivlnc oiianflcartnna
DOWN raftranra Phna* *uaia.r, ar* N. .,... n- 71b4w Traatad Farm T.wndid

The Mocuted Press ja publishing 1 C.I i N I apankk qty *> Ysitraa ; ;: .' CORRAL LVMRER. COMPANf
*. Anbl J.last THE BIG 14 M"' ,.,.-....hISeldMDCIII W allcbln AVMV.
bsrd back book I-all 1R'.peKtTIIf! I t CS Arpin'S ,. V''tro:.' '.. 11I.
the cffi.ciat summary ; S .... amp .., and 4 "' 11I. CITES 42 rfct t* ,,
12Iskikal .,. ,
I To" .....
It arailablc to reader! at \ 13.aijp.r. t 1IeIIItI C- Mum boo pest nose
form and nuking \ Trm Now. MM/.a. n. a. .
ElpaH SlIm Pe'w
.Q wy India :1 i Aphlp l I In u Alrwrtl a- : a a..
F.DE.ALMmnn ,
al.liadPY. *ri.nt S. yh iialia. Stack sad W"'*. sad 0M00P.
14SUr ) s .
only $L50.Itwu The AP that produced I Iche Bois" ...e.... flat. n i Beautician Wanted U* N. fields Lea nII.AH"...... DKLAND: HI CAMr N. ....*. 11I0r.

til-time best seller oa the tragedy tt, SO Ir 1 11t.0uwspel/ HollandITValyar. 5nnusl.c. N It*.* 734.334COSMETICIAN
1. Naud1 13 Gloaay' fabrt 43 Raw labs Live Stock .......
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BLUE PLAMB 0... LM.I Own L.*a..../, Law MIlMfa
To Live? .*...* Clam1M $160. I Now *4M.1MI .
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& The ALLEN-WHITE Co. Apartm.nt* ,. all frto taiur. **. Tort. i Beds RollAWaysBy boy itt .
Baby Nlotl BR., kallt-l. Real Estate *
WM.. Mr.aUMATHER /.015x14 I. .fflee ..,pI... P0kIlohonlPlo.
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HOI N. BIT. *. Pkona 714-1147 I Your Choice of Two ..a4 ItrMtil Turll Ylr/solo $0005 Mem ht. tee 17 AuM-fifo -'trmtIf .11 Xerevr I1M bay |U M*.
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USED FURNITUREBY ROSES & ANNUALS .,. 171 014 015 115'IINNtNtwlP. 16 111111 .. TTMk' Hmta.'t' 'It CB.. W ...
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BRIDE L l511.bury[ Iha.ann."I. 71..1. 405 sp po''''''.''. .,,_ Omrik i.FIVC '
YIP, "Dora" carad eoopla rtrM M. B. ToorM PWoo BB 44144ladlaM MOLftE thE \\I) SN $4051110.. ) Orania City AtNt OlaiiwM4l OrT I* 11 1151 boy UI ...

out .f Florida. Wa lad to full taka of tI.0ale! Ill i. Iberl.... Phone TM1IT1HOUtl Is sso 50. UNOIN CONaTlIUCTIONI 2 Blocks From Shopping aioatlant aondlnon
back Purnltura,SI TOURS roomi for the B.4. CllKCiJ..U.p *. Apartmaata __ III MMkla'iKama ..... kouaa I1,* Nth. douftl. MOO 4own Mil put yoa Into .a Hk. ,1..1t lualudli" araniraa tn tin "aU |W .*.
aac ot 11. a PkoM RB 4MUSi so. Bffld.nol.a.' Lot., AorMta.HonaM '* In tie ....pnrt. llul N. ...,..... 5e0 01 boas so .s ....... 10' ID" .to* wllUflttl ...n.... Kaaylarwa. 'M M7
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$249.50 Ilt..llU 441 & Maw lark Av.. taM 'rW. 55405.51 181945.., 1'1. R1. 5..D U IM !OVl Iroad. 'M J.-.u. nu .-.. m M..
JTJBT PICK try Artklti WBBtt4l .a ton... If MMar WMiMMa LICXNIMD:' BU1U3BR. 0511 0015404. double 545 550.01 1 m bwM tt.1 Ar-aJ M .... WIB. Ml bay |Q ...
'TUB PAYMENTS: or 4..1.4 *' Tit Onto I'al'IIon. 714-4111 with room for a work ako*. L 05.1 Tanni. ...... r.i "f,
Real Estate PoeM15l = ... rinw 11 lout154 ....
DUNCAN PHVFB Dining Room liriO*. II : *. 111 ....
T 4111.111
$3.75 Weekly aulta, ALSO MarbU Top tab)*. 55.047 Ir100.15 m.ds-0wo tlM. o.SrtCi ttttyms.o.me1.r4lt Vf. LOUISE: CLARKE II/'tt.OI .*.7\Ss. *M| Bal.-HII/// Iv.. ACRES "IT Mar*. Vpk lilt bay |1T ...
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and COM1CODB CHAIRS. First Builders Corp.nL Br Nlt.rl ...IIot... :lily TOUM.._I*..DIwS11.4Nla554 I tpaolaua ...........u...., Ikaiha .7"....,._ 'II Cnnllae. HI .*.. |1| M.NATtOffHI. .

in P005/154.5111 DRIVE OUT TODAY altranllv "It "." elvesend Td'ACRII wim 410 leis. ...
ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE Rentals < Just rafrtc.rator I.orD..r1-15. at* S Won Maw fork Ait. .
Completed :
.f OWNER Till* lirtwitat* *4 HDa. clnoad Mil oarlnokln pool with ontraiw to It John* Rl
CO. ell..... Larf* HMty. tana Inhan*, tmd IMW /CU5.51 I lima akady let. Only 114.104. wllk I,. .ilMro*, with all. nllltllM la.amain .
Mian Tll-llll It* B. BLVD. M RMBU, rrUi 1BwSmminr pool ranood. Ill.Joa.II DCLTONAIwooV HBB: IT. b ull.U!KB MIX down Will lau lor' U'". paw water .,..... I* W BANK
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46 M..1c8I Mltswu. N OUI T HOUtl In Country ClukEitataa. MAROARBT' BR7OHAM PIN 1I".b.,. 11116 N. "Iv' I'h..U'.1t M".' b5....,... Tarrin l faatmaat . "", mL W. .*r.. \Ir.W&la.-'f\ :* ....lcI.r i'iiftt iiD- *n4 will MorlflM for' 1471Kaora
MtTlIC lOVER'S BTORB d.lloloua ..... R.C. ,"-,"*. ..... P555M 154....nMUST --U-P X PronU** I* IMO .,..
1 St0500M\ .OMI 1000 MM for 55 klh .. INpp00r
HOWDY'S MUSIC SHOP ROOM with Prlvata Kltcha sad 1 S5. horn. ,nrss.p5 tl M.stsl 11500.104..454 Vtr/1n1. ALlO 0p15.1
Northl.L D.Laoa epst.It 01wdOo110B SELL : BRLiROCkf.. t kaltl hama, : ester'sIdII.
Privat Bath. NBW I 7loload
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BALDWIN BPINIT PIANO HORWooO 70? tin .1-,1... ., rxt..nd' txi..ll..t ..... RMd. found... niha.! Jobs P.>a.k. PTa. Pkaa Kl-llll MCBdar
Tolmid. P. .. BulMar. 714-im. OPU a1'DL"fGI
"' .trator **T* 11%. .1 AtBTTBItinNIATLY lot ....Fer S ......... ..tII.. ,U ; t(6500.11-.: bathIt 00-14./ Ultra mortar, Wautlful 4rapaa 1-4411. _
Tkompaon Maria Co. 114 Vo. Boato Ava.nnn. (

Hl-llll.luala A"Opo...>maay Dayton,.alae Bach I-*. turn. .a. floor, 705. ntranea. /MALL C,. B B41.m I.e.s.4 5y 410501 lams 0111117 51, tint ndlllOnlnt bud. hwaiy' rues kon, iroonditlan4...... trua. SM Yourdraam Utoday. WE WILL BUILDONT&Vaa1T V'.1771 BILL 0N RILL 4-0017151 IITATI% FfarU 212.4144

Ideal for ,....,. or eouplfcLOWM .. ,. Ot.rOr fc.n.v iInqulra II out 11..11 .III-I. Yon kavo Man. all" ttta list.Nnw Timber & Realty MatltnalH RN.1 ldeoe looN
Boot pool at* tha boat. Kl| ,. Bovn4ary -
la ID* tl VHa of rabln.ta dock n4
nta taoaata |
47 11&-1....... Phono _... Truly 5 ;Itu.t lilM.i. .... tl4laii.OWNIM 00 OICF 151A
FRANK I. SPARROW Om>d fllI8n"'".. flARSTBRRBALTT. _. 450 15. 1115541
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Deltronlcs T.V. .734-8524 I Btataoa HOBOOM..4 urnlahMl tow. klloo.: apt 11teh.Mar.. Baal Botaia ........ .... 714.$15Alvin" '....1... nro RIlit.* Purnla1iaBuraaford .. H..*. 0FHA. 1. Ar"Iflrl" "
117 W. Vlxwrwin.. Pb. TI4I'U.ft. Mobile Home Owners 5.55 W. A" \ .

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DELAND'S LARGEST CKN14HSD. APT. ...... hUe Rd.tl4-171l_ BIT *** ** 1R 171 aunk.n A Plnrld* .. .. .
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ELECTRONICS ROOM rUMN. APT. UUIIUMfumiihat United Farm Agency ?5'4' 41/1.94: .t': Mntral air Madlilanlnc A I oar 15101 ip'nr ill A Ckimk. .*Mr4r aI7ua.INI .
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CENTER NATION WI4*. RMl ttul*. _A. ( MOMCH. IMl. & .
t,.... 455 .. ..... PII_ ".. ... NEW 4 BEDROOM N. a* fa, rill, af 17. SM*. 10. 150I'1::5" Pit NIVMQLIT- Bal Air, 4 40051

MOTOROLA tv. W tsr.l1154' ''D ..fN totows 514 ATHt, ..u" Bit I Mr iwaa-a a.t A aoa. T. O. mllk4Ml Associates S IN In ]> tsury.ja kaHtaYt m..0* 7 ,.:1""J L
CURTIS MATHES ant ttalaon: Camaiia. Call Under Construction flAKky slop aicl I. at;a ":-tt..iI BLOCK HOME let ::; Klffltfia. V:rr ra f.t'' AUTO 4ALJE 1111-r.
HIM Walkar. 1I4-IM1 attar I HOW I. Ill u... to Moe It lists i Will i 0 r wllkavt s Nemec .IvI:4.WTk 1401 AV H> At*.. V..l M At**** Thesis
......... 1 1551. ca.. tl4IMI.ff AND ACRE GROVE 110 I'a:1( AVR k. Fit. Ira" no*. ,..-..11.
JADTO s 4 TTy AUH $? FLOOR I nomurn opt .
"I" 100,5 .ersrood S 7114155
rlgT 1CB ALL MAJLJMDWI .onk from flak.M.irartal M* 0.por t1II1..0.. 41,155 r .. 5505 := _WNSI-I55uM p 5.. r r a iaaraana4 M 544 1154.boat .AUT"UL Cltlala 51115. ..... rN ,,/srr4 OK USED CARS
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T.T. UNTAU 1 boost raua. III W.., I b.ArJn. I Nth CB. with ITIfli.; fit k4.. -=111 111 1. 100. lit loll PkVrM. A'* 111'1 BILL HOLLER MOTORSALES
Your Zenith Dealer 11..,.,. Pkon 114-114. I laria fanny room .., ..01rodloch. ::Inly room, ra/pmrt. looalad I o* MOKOOV-A
.. ._ 1 ND P5DBRA4NO34U with M Silts plra 01000 I k.U aanoH
r., VURMIBHCD' APARTMENTAUO : tot SALT lrM kaar led ClUltr .Oem IU.MM
& Deltona rURMIHRO!: rOTTAQBJHO.NB Alvin J. Facchin, Broker fruit :::.."I.r .. r.-'I: 114 t Bt.,.. ..... "..",
DeBary : 7J4HI4Apartment W. Hro far4 Patio B4. ,...nt' I IIOMOOM. 1 '- .*4w* WA 'rot andltl.p. Just = I IIOROOM r 1
Jr. Ill Bwy. IT/tt DoBaryPkoa. Sol Wtoa.a. kullt-ln slots sod I ,:.U.Jw'r. sear D.IA.d. Itt x05(7 rM. 3r1175511,4QW WIT CMIVV I Dew *.tomatliMlo .
(41-4414 For Rent I MR. CB HOU1BPURN. 055. Mrt1501. 111 Bs.tlar.A's. ... lID ,111 p.est tI... ow.. :J L arwioni tr a i MW ...... fkoa*
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I ;A To Hear Vote Hopefuls

dew Breed: Leaders Observitlln SouthlandEDITOR'S -
Two .candidates for state representative Ui Democratic opponent.
from Group 1 and The candidates for the county
the two candidate lor county commlulon invited to speak are

NOTE .. Signs of er Florida governor LeRoy I political structure In the peltthI'H becomes aa Increasingly important "Plain talk today la Alabama drinking mint Julep and honey commission post. District t have Deana Smith Democrat and
change are appearing in the Collins 'Sen. Claude I been invited to peak to the Hubert Jacobi. Republican
; Pepper of Yf'ara.Fedpral factor, particularly in the II unpopular, flown laid'Everything suckle and everybody win have
South, and some politicians are Florida; former Gov. James E. court suits swept big cities where Negroes often turns on the tacts I an Ole Kentucky Home down on Retired PenOlll Association. Both members and non'members
changing with It. Industrialization Folsom of Alabama; the late away the old rural control that Join with a white minority in Issue, The governor has the the,Eewanee River'." Invited to speak at the meeting of the association are invited .
more Negro voters, pop. Sen. Estcs Ktfauver of Tennessee had dominated through the electing their ndldat... people full of false hope. Flowers believes! however, to be held at 10 ate Tuesday to 'attend.Ala .
Ulatlon shifts and reapportlon- ; Incumbent Gov, Terry county unit voting ,In Its place Industrialization and the And to be a succesf your that the climate will chance and In the Tourist Clubhouse, are during the meeting, a
ment are producing ,a New Sanford of North Carolina and came a true popular vole, giving fierce competition for new factories speeches >have> to be'loaded with he hopes he will be the obvious John T. Jacob of DeLand. Republican nominating committee will be
South" and a "new breed" ,of Ws predecessor, Luther! H. new voice to urban II... who and jobs, reflecting the demagoguery that 'we win soon choice to take advantage of the candidate for state representative appointed, and the future of the
leaden Hodges; and former Gov. Elli cared little for many traditions. changing emphasii, have return to the cotton plantations shift.\ and Kermit Coble, I association will be discussed
Arnall of Georgia.The apportionment of the state I brought new, faces into old areas -
ATLANTA,Ca-APt( ) On balance of power still I Senate on a population basis I to leaven the politicsGEORGIA ---
the tennis court behind the Executive remains with the old,line conservatives I multiplied the Influence of the. GOVERNOR
Mansion, Georgia's\ agile In, most cases. But dry voters; this 1I'AI'f'ppated Cie rlla'l governor represents
governor wound up a rigorous there are changes as seen! In the with congressional reapportlonment. one of the most clear cut / NowAtBoulevard
r workout In the same way he election] : 'Of politicians of a different breaks with the put In'the contemporary .
competes in politics ,with a type. One example Is the Shifting populations through South.
powerful smash. victory in Tennessee's Democratic out the South from rural to Sanders took tini first big risk!
Gov. Carl E Sanders, at 39 primary of Rpp. Rosa urban supports the trend The four years ago. As a state senator
the nation's youngest! governor Bass over Gov, Frank d Clement younger voters, service veterans he called tot keeping Georgia .
Is an unorthodox politician who In a U.S. Senate race. who have been exposed to schools open despite racial Appliances InC.
epitomizes an emerging new Bass voted for the civil rights other areas of the nation and integration, That turned out to -
breed! in the South. bill. the world, and the civil rights be all right with the voters. ,
a "I'm tired of playing follow The new breed results from movement have contributed. So Since then he has helped burv
the leader! ," Sanders said "I the forces of change at work in has the steady Influx of non the old county unit system of I ,
think the time has com for the the South; Georgia, as a prim* Southerners as new industries voting, lot reapportionment of -
South to play let's be tho Example, has undergone a se have moved into the area the stats Senate and congressional THE 11". '
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leader riM of drastic /changes in its Growth of the Negro vote 'Iatl.I -
That is the way Sanders has Now he Is taking another big "
,played it since Igniting life political risk in the presidential race., ; '
rocket 10 yean 1Iro. He I I Sanders, who calls himself a ;- : : ,
lumped into the governor's race progressive conservative, ; ,/: MAGNIFICENT' ,,1"
In 1962 after experience in the shrugged off the threat of being.
legislature.\ His model-its racial 4 beaten on the Johnson.Hum ,
stand swamped a segregationist stand!.
opponent. I phrey- "I believe that la what I ought 11> ,.. -'" ....... .. .---.. '.
REMITS to CRITICS 4 to do," he laid "There are twokinds 'ai.'. .. :
If you don't risk anything, 1. of political leaden. One, :
'T I 'iii
',you don't WIn} anything," wai sits and tries to figure which : /: .V ," HTO
his reply to criticism of hit way the ,wind Is, Mowing. The
,Supporting. Democratic! tick I other tries to move people la the .'
t et of President Johnson and right direction."
Sen Hubert H. Humphrey i' Sanders claims credit for the
This:kind of outlook Is shared civil rights plank adopted at the
t by lane- officeholder In almost Democratic National! Conven OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: .
an Southern states, including ton In Atlantic qty He said He
bama, Florida, I took the role he played at tht
North Carolina'} tnd South :t convention because'a 'negative! In accordance with our policy of providing the finest po.aibl..In both' service and prod-
line Labels for these men\ rang attitude has crippled the South ,
from conservative rt' K/' + I for years." ucti we are happy to announce that we art now a factory franchised Magnavox dealer.
to progressive cpnnetvattve.The Georgia's only Negro legislator
Sander type Is not without Sen Leroy Johnson of

Tradition precedent breakers, ,on the .Atlanta. the ,moM hal progressive described Sanders leaderIn We have long admired the ,Magnavox Tel vision, Stereo, and Radio, and it ii with a great deal,

scene! earlier.Included the form- the South, Johnson of
was one
-- tour Negroes' chosen by Sanders of pride that we now offer to our customer the very finest in home entertainment Instru

5eond : ss convention delegates first '
Pulpwood ments.
; In the Georgia party' history

Among'U southeastern state/ Another Georgian received a
Florida ,ranks second' in dal1,' S big reception at the Democratic
:pulpwood capacity, according to' convention When Rep Charles We invite you to drop in and see the 1965 modeli. You'll marvel the fine turnlture: in a complete -
the Florida Forest Services In L. Weltner, the only Georgia
1963 Florida's nine mills, had a HEW ,SMYRNA CELEBRATION New Smyrna congressman tl'ot..' foi the selection! of.styles to compliment any .home, from French Provincial to Contemporary
21,how production capacity of Beach resident. and merchants will turn back the civil rights hill rose to make a
8,250 toner clock this weekend as they observe "Good 'Old Days" short speech, there was a demonstration But the "proof of the pudding"! is the performance of these fine instruments the beat available
This total was ,exceeded: only celebration
by Georgia's U milia,willi their beginning Resident Wednesday and continuing: "New South," read one sign To see and hear them perform is to sulfa enjoyment you never_expectedlAt !
through Saturday. {throughout Volusla Coun- "
total "Charlie ls new, read another.
pulping of 10.U3
l tons per day. capacity ty have been invited to attend and join in the nostalgic Weltner, serving his freshman

The largest pulp mill in :Florida program that will include: street dances, old fashioned term, won renomlnation over a alwayi. we deliver, initall and service with our own factory trained service personnel
belongs to the International dress parade with prizes for the best costumes, old fashioned more conservative opponent\ la
Paper Company In Panama City bathing beauty contest shuffleboard contests\ and the Sept ( Democratic primary
1 which has a capacity' pi 1620 free boat rides dally to points of interest along,the Inland Weltner, S(, captured the COLOR STEREO: :: THEATRES .. ...
tons per day. waterway. All events are free. congressional seat by defeating '"
J veteran James C, Davis, who :: "
now publishes Atlanta's new ... ':::: ,:,
conservative f wMr, : ... ........_
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P explaining his vote for the 11 '' A
bill when It returnedto
- rights was I I
1 the Howe from the Senate, I
s Weltner! urged that "we at ;
home move on to the unfinished
task of building a new South. sls rt PORTABLES:,
We must not remain forever "
bound to another lost csuse."
Another of the new breed \Is
Gov, Edward T Breathitt of
Kentucky, second youngest
governor In the nation. His den()
birthday Is Nov.'2'*..
A stocky,sandy hatred txtr,
vert Breathltt defeated A. B
Chandler! In the Democratic
primary aid took a narrow
victory ever his Republican
opponent )lad November In a
contest centered on the cMI l A!! for only$795
rights Issue.Bresthltt's.
prolttoa| attacked I
him is a liberal. The Far Eastern Contemporary 21 medal
1-U54S In Walnut finish", one of many fine
The gates nor, I who made a
furniture styles $839 In Ebony. /
seconding speech' for Johnson at
the convention, is working to
put Kentucky In the democratic\
column; it went Republican the I
put two presidential' election
One of Alabama's moat unconventional ThsHolkfay.nwWlUUJIn.
politicians'Is Atty,
Gen. Richmond Flowers. 43, Champagne color.
U'dinomlscrMlt.only .
tall, reddlih haired and
gregar .
Iou. H. alIGI\ ant.Gov, '
George C, Wallace! $99S0
Flowers consistently has opposed -
Wallaces resistance to
school Integration.The fully!! automatic spectacular '
w4 only state official la Ala 400 sq. la. TV pictures are '
1,' bama to support Johnson electors
. In their 'losing samp'a'n. more than twice it big as ,
: Flowers calls himself a conservative i today avenge screens.. ,

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