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By BERNARD BISHOP how la noted for black ot ws plotless. The story evolved Juicy lines and voted that IG'- storm drain retention! pond] lift pumping station on Eo' sure enough heavies Smith
Sun New Staff Writer variety. And last night' epU out ol the efforts of -on* chang b*.mad*. near Boston! Av. and E. Rich Ave, when Johnson was Inferred that because die retention
Ratings dropped another sod. was merely a continuation actor (JohJlOlto try and get A* situation comedies go., Church St., centered around city manager In the late pond possibly had
Botch last night u DeLand'* ol a previous comedy- fellow acton to go along with the previous show, over which the efforts of on* man (Smth IWO's. H* noted also that Mai- some faults perhaps Johnson Pushed
municipal situation comedy drama centered around) two a chang In script (the official the script tantrum was thrown to have a "dan erou. sirua- colm Moy. contract managerfor and Moy could assist la cor-
"Th Offenders" held center heavies In the cast Commissioners minutes of a previous commission last night was pretty fair fion" corrected.Smith the city at the time, was motive steps.
stage at a regular meeting of H. W. (Jack Johnson meeting) country entertainment. It was was convincing In still In town. This evens paved the way
the city commotion err and H. Deana Smith both But Johnson fellow actor no f'dge.of.th..t thing, but untie lines which told the As the show progressed, for a real fast sequence which WILMINGTON NC. (AP r-
commission., method actors.Actually Smith. laid he liked the ..mpt.In did keep your attention. audience that the retention these two Johnson and Moy climaxed' the/ how. Johnson Rep. William E. Miller said today
Sponsored by politics the last night' show which he had some pretty The story laid In a dank pond was built, along with m took on the appearance of 4C.tl.... Se !... Tw) the chairman\ of the Senate
Rules Cbmmitte put off new
hearing In the Bobby Baker
,'I1DTT- State RestsIn Americans Accused cat because h* did not want
Firm Leaves J to turn up anything that might

"In any way damage the political
position: of his' good friend,

At Trial Of Lyndon Opening Johoson.a campaign! awing lath
J'J'Buildings
Reds Yell South the Republican vie

: Johnson'presidential) former nominee association hit at


City AirportThree ,, 'Vr bi Area ManThe \ et'I'with' .tie Baker Sen.and B. Everett criticized JordanIn Own-

hla hem state of North Caro
I lira
Stat II his travels today Miner
buildings In DeLands rested its cast this
airport Industrial park have been I ( morning In 'the first degree murder Espionage messed campaign trails with
k Y t r rI trial of the President whUtl+stnppIngwife.
vacated by Roehr Product Inc., : Algle Bradley 23,
Lady Bird Johnson who
Enterprise, charged with the
City Manager Wesley Sweat said i t f' .
41ti
I i
last night. I'' knife slaying" of his brother planned several appearances la
l Samuel, North Carolina later to the
Sweat told city commissioners on May lit day
I Circuit Judge James Nelson The New York
congressman
Roehr' general administrative MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet of diplomatic Immunity" ol the
denied noted' that Jordan
had
a motion for a mistrial / postponed
office and warehouse facilities Union accused US. the .
today three attaches, U S. Embassysaid
by Defense Attorney John God- a hearing In th* Baker can
previously' located In the industrial bee military attaches and a British referring to an earlier protest
after Mis. Samuel Bradley Monday and was traveling on
park, had been moved to broke attache of esptonsg In Siberia that property of the attache .
Mrs. Johnson'
down on the stand and campaign! train
U. S. 92.
the company's plant on .
cried but the American Embassy rejected was seizedREJECTED
hysterically. Nelson also today
Rnehr till la occupying two the charge PROTEST
denied a motion for a directed
In the Sweat
said buildings, for park L d verdict this morning asking that The Soviet accusation "was The Foreign Ministry said It With Goldwater In Pennsylva.
storage
purposes
Annual rental on the buildings the Jury be Instructed that It not responsive to our serious rejected the American and rata (AP SMI. Barry Cold-
vacated by Roehr was 1X240. OFFICIALS SUPPORT LIBRARY-The Civic Department of the DeLand could not bring In a verdict high protest against the violationsAmerlcant British protests. water said today the overruling
BfDT.ET RECEIVED Business and Professional Women'i Club will sponsor a card party Thursday at er than second degree murder The Soviet protest WU made issue 11the presidential cam

Sweat also reported that the 730: p.m. at the Hotel Putnam to raise funds for the landscaping of the new public Godbe contended the state public a day after Washingtonand palgn "What period of Amerl.
city had received an estimated i library. The public is Invited to attend. There will be bridge canasta and other came* had not proven "p medl.ltd London! announced protest ca art wt going to have tamor
against what '/ called' "fla '*
design" In they
as first degree
required ?
publicity and advertising budget I featured at the party. Tickets will be available at the door. Two DeLand official, a of the attaches'dlplnmattc row
murder conviction Stat arlnt'Ittlatillft" The <<
from DeLsnd's Chamber of Republican presidential
Sweat left and Louis Skillnun advance
Manager Wesley purchased
City Mayor
I Attorney Dan Warren. argued Immunity nominee speaking at the War
Commerce for the fiscal beginning
i Oct I, 1964. year I tickets from Mrs. A. R. Mullins left president of the BPW, and Mrs George Stttter, that the Jury Is the one to decide In the Soviet far eastern dry minter shopping center la

Sweat said the $13,347 budgetwas chairman of the club'a civic department. (Sun News Staff Photo) the premedlarlon fllI'llinn.Dr.N81 of Khabarovsk Sept 21 29 Soviet Bucks County ...., told a crowd

In support of the chamber' : OPENS government officials "forcibly estimated locally at 2,500 per.
request for $11,000 from the city Efforts For Christian Godhe took over the defense entered' the attache! rooms sons that h* doe not believe for
for advertising purposes. Urged Unity at 10::30 a.m, today and told the and nebed some of their property a moment the American people

Allocation of funds by the city Jurors that lit would prove that th* Western statements said. are going to accept any form o{
previously was contested by a Algt Bradley was "Intoxicatedand VIOLATION CLAIMEDThe sod1 lam.
DeLand citizen, L. B. Mayer on a premeditated design" could Soviet protest said more Before steering his campaignInto
that the chamber had Plan not exist." H* also said his second Pennsylvania Goldwater
grounds Vatican Council Okays than 900 pictures, material 21
not spent previous contributions defense would be Insanity at notebook and other material said that if h* win h* will ask
for DeLand. the time of the crime and belubst.ntialed r former President
solely advertising showed' that! tile attaches were Dwight D.
The chamber budget was prepared by medical) wit. "grossly violating the universal Elsenhower to undertake a 1
after City Attorney T. J. lessee ty accepted standard of con. study mission to South VIet
Huafeld advised commissioners The pregnant wife of Algt Killed Nam.
Over Public duct\ ol foreign diplomats"The
the first defens .
to withhold contribution this year Prayer MeetingsVATICAN Bradley was -
four see U. Cm*.
chamber itemized witness cOeSh.tenerated the ) Mget
until the pro YOKOHAMA, Jspsa (AP H. Uvula ABOARD LADYBIRD SPECIAL *
posed expenditure for publicity event as did of the the/victim slaying widow testifying that A UJ. Navy /helicopter' *a rout naval attach, assistant in Moscow British! Li. : API Mil Lyndon B. ;i'

and advertising. crrr API) rn>. a "conversion of heart" toward cent for the whole church and Algl was "very drunk" at the from Auufl Nayal Station to Col. Karl R. Llewer, asslstsnt Joftasoit launched\ a Southern 'I
Sweat said alsoGRADING ?
would begin In a Vatican Ecumenical Council other to further th. foal onQui.tiaa the church must bit ready for time of the fight between the Yokohama! Naval Ball crashed American military attache) Chi whtstlestop tour Robert today with a
quotation from E. Let
few days on a new municipal off.I voted approval today of an unprecedented ormr unity. PtsH self.reform where necessary, brothers and burned today killing six George A. Aubrey, the American and urged Virginians to forget
street parking lot at N. Boulevard new program of 2,120 to 4$. TESTIMONY: SAME Americans, the Navy an military attache) and Ma]. differences
and E. Church St. common: prayer and public l I Council fathers meeting in 3tPeter's -Catholics must undergo a The two slaters.In law 'testimony pounced James r. Smith aa' assistant ,seek a unified over Ration.civil rights and<

-SEWER EXTENSION work meeting between Roman Cath Basilica also approveda conversion of heart Unless anew wan virtually the same. American air attach. With President Johii at her
In the city' southwest section cUes and other Christians. declaration be that the church mental attitude to remove Mrs. Algl' Bradley was at 'Gun Cap' Seen According" to the Ul. Slat' I side, the rirst Lady recalled tea
must ready to reaffirm Itself -
Samuel horn with his
was progressing' satisfactorily The council a gathering of suspicions! and misconception Bradley' Department report the men on crowd at her first ta
where have stop
and that the $147,000 project) Catholic prelate from around and errors another may declaration occurred occur, the ecumenism movement family watching television about WASHINGTON API' Th* a train trip through Siberia had Alexandria, Va. not far from
probably would be finished withu the world agreed that Catho- that Catholic teaching both will not make great progress. 7,30: p.m. May II when Algl nation' top Marine said today taken' two hotel room la Kha Lee's Arlington bom tb..dvlr.e *
the aJloted contract time. lie 1'Yft''WtImult' undergo All Catholics "in someway cam In Intoxicated.Algl there I II "a deficiency" of naval barovsk. .
for and of the Confederate
priests laymen must
asked Samuel twice to gen.
have for the *
responsibility A of U Soviet
officials
conform to the principle of the gunfire to support over-the. group era! to Southerners after the
beer but Samuel said
piss of disunity. 2071 to 12. get some
STRICKLAND IN POSTTownlIarshal Christian unity movement "to CmtiiM n r... TWBAT 'oaeuau M rm TwlDE. beach' landings and "remedial "forcibly entered" and "ford Civil Wsr to "abandon all these
keep mind open to others." action I II **..IIIIa)." bly.rarebed" the two rooms. local animosities and malt your

Approval of these measure Gen. Wallace M. Green Jr., sons Americans**
cam In voting on the second DAYTONA Marine Corp commandant discussed 'Autumn' To this Mr*. Johnson added
chapter of the schema "de c- what h* called a "gun Hits her own advice urging fellow
AppointedBy cumenlsmo" Ion unity), a fundamental gap" with The Associated Press Southerners to seek ..tII. till

goal of the council.MAJOK .. GE ExecIs ,a4 following Indication that tilt that bind u together<< ant aero)
TIIfMTH: I'h Navy U studying how. to beef up West VolusiaAutumn for the tension that tend to
Passage ol the provisions lath It* .11<<* bombardment e.pabU.It divide us."
Orange City Council chapter the second of three .
finally mad Ifs debut
In the schema was another major Named .In West Volusia this menlAr- IT LOW MOo (AP) Sea.

the triumph for force within Firm', Ffti Cited more than twe week past du*. Hubert H. Humphrey itepped
church
working to over.
Resident awoke to gingerly today pre a cnatrover.ey
ORANGE On-Tot the first meeting of the Orange aty Town I com the barrier that have divided s.re MIAMI AP) The Miami rain with thermometer misting registering over mixing politics at a I

tm In many yean, Orange City Council.A The Christians Drat lor centuries. DAYTONA BEACH Dr. RoyH. Herald paid today the law firm a Chilly M d'If11 Roman Catholic/ welfare confer I
bas a town marshal. committee headed by Mayor chapter which outlines Beans ha* been appointed Got rants Bryant will Join .In degree lower than )lIttrdl)'* MM.
Harley Strickland town bund- James L. Donaldson will decide approved principles of l.KM unity wan 300 general, manager of the General 'v January has mad more than low of TJ.DeLand. In the full stride *f campaign'
Monday to
log Inspector was appointed the amount of compensation forth with 209 others In favor with Electrie Company' Apollo Support 1230,000 In fee. from state agencies Aviation Sorties at lag for tile Johnson.Humphreyticket
town marshal at last sight' post which Strickland win reservations. That chapter D. pari m II to DaytonaBeech while Bryant ha been the municipal airport reportedthat tilt Democrat! vie*.
hold In conjunction with his state' that the church must It was announced todayby governor todays mercury reading presidential. ) nominee learned
duties n* building Inspector. I share la responsibility for ,the H. W. Paige, GC vie president was the lowest sine last winter, his scheduled appearance today ,
The marshal'! post was created discords and general manager of tilt although" the temperature did .before th. National Conferen
that have the
Voting LightIn for handling "strictly civil Christian world. split company' $Mlssll and Spac Slow Pro" ". drop into Ole high M* once *r of Catholic Charities. .Had. run
violation It was pointed out. Division her. twir last month. Into some sharp objections.
The provision and'Otet today DETROIT AP) Wow BTO*>
Strickland win be mponslWe for Dr. Beaton, formerly general ....
wen: .... was reported today In efforts -)
enforcing the town' ordinances Unity, hi a matter of con. manager of tile company' to end a nationwide strlk
Primary Including those dealing with Spacecraft Department In Valley against General Motor Corp,
licenses and permits. He will Forge, Pa., will assure his sew
I have no duties aa a policeman," Evenly Rtgarded''EW position effective Oct U Paig despite national tentative contract agreement terms with on Open Friday

Voter stayed away from die During CIIAmMA.'lED the three-hour meeting. YORK (AP)-TIIe New said.Dr. Beaton succeed H. Brain ROY k. BEATON the United Auto Worker Union. tnnm/ Nights Til 8:20

poCs In drove this morning Harry Drake was reappaint. York Time said today Preai. art Fancher general managerat Aeronautics and Spec Administration aaNMn sued?tJtlah/ly 7
TJ of
with about cent
the elector only' participating per la thepdmuy ed chairman of the council. H* dent Johnson and .... Barry th* Daytona GE plaat sine la the reliability aspect African Detained/
Democratic will announce committee: appointment Goldwater art running neck- Us opening. Fischer' has been of tilt Apollo Maaaed Spacecraft
to elect m later and neck In Florida to their Md transferred to Part M .head. up Program sad Is responsibfe CAIRO AP) Congo!***
nomine for the vacant West'
Valuta of. Drake was appointed after he, for the preshieacy. GC* European computer opera' for supplying pn.launch Premier Mot.* Tshomb. was
Hospital Authority
two other councilman and Don They appear to b* evenly regarded tI cI.. checkout systems for the lunar kept under virtual house arrest
lice. aldson were sworn Into office by also to Georgia. Tenne. DEPARTMENT WORK; landing mission system. tell, while lilt conferenc fit
PoUt wd be open until T p.m. Mr*. Leola Freund town clerk, see and Vlrgtila\ the Time Th. Apollo Support Drpsri- Dr. Beaton. M, has had an nonallgned nations" deckled I
today. who act aa chairman. aid. meat assist the Natlsaal l l dC.a'awe is P... ,wes whether to admit aim.
Voter win choose between Donaldson was voted bite his
seven' candidate, Elmer C.Dana. fourth one-year term a* mayor
Eugene A. Davis Kathleen to tilt Sept 15 .1< Could. L. L. (Line) Jacobs.'
9OttII,. Drake won hi* fourth
George Mlchaelo, Walter Nord- two year term u councilman;
gnus' and Dr. K. R. WUber. Clarence A. Lane. his ff"'tIIlwoo'

If one candidate doe got receive year term' .* cwincflmaa and
a majority of the vote Harold I M. Friend his second Florida Voters' Chief Topic: 'Rights'mow

there wffl be a second primary term on tile council.
Oct 13. Rtsppotated to etflc during
b two DeLand precinct, loN Ih. msirttef. were Mrs Frt uad. Bur flew aid I..el
Furniture Co. and tile fir* town clerk; John Graham of MIAMI (AP-TaIk to almost Tamp and Miami area about Interest la hrign policy a JarksonvlIJ real) astatomaa B2AUT17UI.LY BOXIDElectric
station, men Negroes voted this Hues LandU. Graham and any Florida' voter about politicsla their psimtal) et.ws.EgVALLY I parttcUarty what to *, DIVIDED ... *. about Cuba was muchmore quay presently distasteful cndmons. >
than! whit people: At French town tDerrd. Blankets
naming attorney this presidential *bcttaaytar.
IF, M Dt'(. 99 VMM wen cast .."".. .. .... ,.... Th group was etuafly. di. I II vUIc' tt tile Uml ntwH** tt wh i*
out of tt* 93: Democrat ..Igibi. and caaacat are about SO90 VMed between PretMest J..h*. are, *hr. Cuts I II doe and Uctad."
.. At 1C, UM fir station. U Building Entered tell brtag up civil right see and hi"* RepiMiraa mat.Sen. I tv* Influx *f Cuba: refuge Sao. a JaduMvffi physicuawk 14- '
eat of 701 had voted by MIlL A I That tilt twn1Cta: Issue Barry CoMwitr, witk ISevpressiag I has m.'''' problems. asked not to be identified. ; ?r. 999
as* check showed voting very n* DeLaad Steel and Satvag* i and N*.. 1 topic *f potrttcal Ucusslno. a preferenc. f. th* Aid this year when both! ran* Tm stat et dlaspptlntsd la single .. roIL
UghtIn Co. bufldlag wan entered last. pertrtlarly In tndlttaaaDy President. IS for CoMwster aid Mates art a vertUlf a defl. both candidats Mme dlflereat seabed
taU Belet n out of M1: Bight and tile sal rifled tat Pemearatle north Flee tare* UdecMed.Sightly I nit* eh.*** between pnOophies. **- reason..J have to mat up my
In Pet S. th* courthouse. Moat nothing\ wan take frvtag Z***> Ida. when tie* to th* OU South. mor ibis hslf. 17 sem*' at anal polled soled to th* lesser of tw* evtl*. 7r rs 111. dual watrol! .....-,, Jut .
<< of SB: In Pet U. Green' ermaa reported to tt. sherUT* ar* strong.Th msttee4 tilt dvO rights taeu thought their choices lay somewtier O* tilt *n* head X don't tftlakLjmdon Machine ..Iahabl.ra1O" and cotton' hl-loft Super
met 48 nut of 4i3. : ta Fet JE.Volusia :. fflr* today.Th Associated Free v..- reset saying tt was the mostimposliat between a rock sad a J'IIIUIII 'la a sincere nap finish, two year replacement fuwntM.f
Tractor. St out el HI: bwMtac In located M K. ducted a raarfom. .Informal pnflof ., tilt campaign- Ta hard place."I ., per nav.| think .. a paliflrt**. lukewsrm water I
Is Pet 1Palva1 CUeouatBous ttgeun. Id Aw. wt tt Pe _tn. talking to XI persona next most iVetvendy mentioned ..'. to W. fir tifber filii 1 dot Wait lhM ire fnropatICantiaiMd fslMuM *>feet* M msUrtal*r wvrlmaaahiv evaloyLaaA
.. M cut *f HX taa4. I ta ai-Ja'bonvme.'Tanahuw., haul cal benign policy. of than," said Guy L. Urn- *a Pf Feur


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: reported by AP and the Events Fatal CrashFloyd
(oral Reynolds and Co. olflc ]

Selected Issues were prominent

Over Floods a* the stock market nudged Baker of.
DeLand
a
DeLand was
In
ahead Irregularly early this afternoon Injured today In a traffic colIlsion -
i In fairly active trading which killed five persona

NEW ORLEANS, La. AP) President Johnson earmarked Speculative attention was w, Il 3.iI near Spanish Fort Ala., accordIng .
drawn to a scattering of stocks WE HELEN:
I
Louisiana, hit by IU wont hurricane $1 million In emergency funds to The Associated Prep
while profits were taken a of
on The Women's Fellowship
In seven yean, steppedup for hurricane disaster relief In number of recent gainers Baker, driver of a Clyde Bet. J
efforts to return to normal Louisiana.The I-1' M I. First Congregational ty draw Truck suffered broken
General Motors
advanced a :hurcli of Lake Helen, United
and other
legs Injuries
today while and
even flood threat Small Business Adminla- was
even Wall Street
point through
win meet at
Church of Christ,
taken to
a hospital
at
mounted. I tratlon designated all sections of Falrhope,
seemed to have exhausted most 'he church for a covered-dish, Ala. I
Gov. John McKelthen flew on Louisiana, MlallIlppl.and Ala. of Its bullishness of Monday luncheon at 12:30: p.m. Thurs-

an Inspection tour of several bama hit?.by the winds and based on the tentative agreement 1 Ya lay Mr*. A. Y. Power will be100te. Bakers A passenger In 2J-yearoid
truck John
devastated area Monday and floods a* disaster area. between CM and the Unit. ... A meeting will follow. H. Poesy,
33. of Deridder, La.
described what h* saw U "a ed Auto Workers Union. To also suffered -

terrible disaster" question remained bow long the fr ORANGE Cl1'YThe broken legs and other Injuries

Hurricane Hilda moved up State's Case CM strike would last In view of tl Home Demonstration The beaded truck for w" part of a eon

through the Gulf o( Mexico and the many local Issues still to Tub will meet Thursday at 2 voy the circus Is Pensacola where

struck Louisiana's coast Saturday be decided. ?m. In the clubroom on S. scheduled to play

Hilda and the vicious\ tor. Is Completed Chrysler, down well over a Holly Ave. Orange City. Mr*. an The engagement.truck and

nadoes she set oil killed 36 per point, was one of the outstand V. H. Elderkln will be In an automobile

sons. log casualties. Ford And American charge of a program on family crashed neadon on a use on

HEAVY DAMAGE Motor each gained small ,,rr life, "10 a World of U. S. 31 about two miles from
From Page 1. fraction while Studebaker was Spanish Fort, The Associated
Damages may run to $100 Change Plans will be made Press reported.

million. unchanged. for the county council meeting
Hilda's might wore out over A slightly higher edge prevailed to be held at ,Lake Helen Only survivors In the car
he didn't have among steels, airlines, were two small children. They
Louisiana. After colliding with a ,any gas In his Oct ::13.
cold front over Georgia and the car, There was no argument between farm Implements and tobaccos. .....:- were taken to a Mobile hospital,

Carolina, It pushed out Into the the brothen."Alale' Building materials, rubbers and Th annual meeting of the where attendant said their condition .

Atlantic Ocean. asked me to go home.I nonferrous metals were mostly Greater Orange City 'Area wa criticaL They were

The storm's damage in told him to go on, I'd be there lower. Rails continued to adVance Chamber of Commerce will beheld not Identified. .

Georgia was confined mainly to shortly," Mrs. Algle (Lucille* Oils were generally unchanged LIONS BROOM SALE OPENS -'Two members of the DeLand Lions Club Thursday at 8 p.m. In the Officers said three of the deadIn

flash floods from }Bradley testified She said that with Jersey Standard shown last Town Hall. Five director. will the automobile 'were identl.
excessive off a bit. are night as they picked up materials for the start of the club's annual fled tentatively '
George
be' Lee
rains In the Columbus area on each(Samuel's evening widow Geneva) went Bradley to De- The Associated Press average broom sale. More than 30 club members began door-to-door sales Jilt night of brooms, elected. Lett. 25, of Moss Point, Miss., t

the] western border and In the DIary to get Lucllle's mother of 60 stocks at noon was up 3 mops, whisk brooms and industrial brooms. They will continue to call on homes in believed to have been the driver

Clayton area In the extreme ,from work. at 327.8 with Industrials unchanged the DeLand area tonight and tomorrow night or until all .items have been sold. Russ The OffendersAt and James Harris and Alex

northeast. One bordering the Carolina "When Algle Is drunk. I'm rails up .$ and utilities Hines, sale chairman, reported a good response last night and urged residents to "be East, addresses unknown. Also

Georgian drownedand scared of him," she testified unchanged. ready when a Lion comes calling.' oceeda from the sale are used in the club's killed was an unidentified
''
another man killed The Dow Jones
was Industrial
bya
landslide. "He was as drunk It not drunker erage at noon was off 1.03 av at sight conservation program that annual provides eye examinations and glasses for City 'Hall couple.

Repair crews fanned out over 'than I ever saw him"'. 871.12. hundreds of needy West Volusians. Ready to begin selling are Harvey Jernigan,

Louisiana to fix electric, gas, She said the two women and Standard A Poor's 500-stuck left, and Ned Grimes. (Sun News Staff Photo) I GE Exec

sewage, water and communication Algle got Into the car, TIIty,tried Index: at noon was up .03 From Page X
to get him| out but he refuted. '
at 84.77.
lines knocked out by the
storm. Insurance companies Geneva got out of the driver's The AP and Standard & Town MarshalIs Plan OkayedBy Is' Named
seat, walked around the car and
beefed their claim offlcei. Poor'* Indicators were slightly
up ,opened the door to pull Algte out. above historic Fire Ants entered stage left:
Farmers began salvaging what SLAPPED HIM closing highs "You ought to know about ;

was left of their crop Stricken reached! Monday. Appointed Council the retention pond you ,Fr.ORl Page 1
"Geneva slapped him In the While most change were minor .
reslden,,' returned to their
.
had the city make several surveys
face a couple times," Lucille the market
among wheel- 'Old
heroes or what was left of Story'In which the city paid for."
Bradley testified "He hit her horses, a speculatl
play
them to clean wu extensive
up debris. Industry career In the
Smith "You orderedthe
I
and Geneva called 8. T (ISam. given to a variety of Issues. I ; say
IUSING RIVERS Ftom l' 1, research and
uel!." : Prices age From Page city to make surveys?" development field.
were generally
While aU this was going one higher Volusia Johnson: 1 don't know. I A native of Boston, he receiveda
,She, said that the two men In moderate trading on the Bachelor of
hundreds were forced to evacuate .American do know that surveys were Science Degree In
Stock
their homes In the Baton started tussellng and fighting Corporate bonds Exchange and Dreggors, auditors; Strick =There i* 'absolute need" made and were paid tot." Engineering from Northeastern

Rouge area because of rising "We were crying and trying to U.S. were bond mixed. land building Inspector, and Clifton Residents alarmed the for public and private prayer Smith: "Are you lure the University in 1939 and a Docto-
waters In the Amtte and Comlte quiet him (Algle) down. Algle government were Arnold, electrical Inspector over for Christian unity and the possibility city paid tor surveys?" ate In Engineering from Yale
steady. In
of fire ants
recent
river bulns. Official expected reached In his pocket for his OTHER ACTIONIn discovery of common prayer with Johnson: "I don't know. Did University in 1942.JOINED.
Southwest Volusla be
them to crest three to six feet knife. Samuel said, 'Co get your may surprised the separated brethren. 1,872 to GE '
other ?
At 1:10: p.m.: Stock prices action, the council; to learn that we've had you
above flood stage today. his knife out I've but got S. one T didn't.too. Algl" got continued mixed In moderately -HEARD a report by Donald. our own "brand" of fire ants 292.Catholic Smith: "If you say the city In 1946 he Joined the General

active trading son on the 12 month of the for training must con paid for them, then you'r a Electric Company and directed ,
She, said Algle struck at Gen generations.And form to unity principles and chemical development for the .
Picrson Council General Motors 102% up 1% j fiscal year ending Sept, 30. Dun despite the fact that our liar.
eva .and then things quieted Ford SDH!) lipi) Reynolds Tobacco ing the year, receipt totaled native fire ants' sting Is capableof Catholics should cooperate with. By this time there 'wasn't Hanford Atomic Products Opera.
down. The women started off to : $28,228 and disbursements 823- Orthodox, Protestant and Anglicans a dry eye in the house lion which was operated by the
Names Chairman 44H up Hi, RCA My4 up 1; killing small animals, the Insects I
In all
get Constable Oscar Paplneau 'American Tobacco %' up %ij i 3321 against<< a budget of 825,840.: haven't been" considered fields of public. The show ended with its Company for the Atomic Energy
in DeBary, life to give "a common Christian Commission. Later he in
REMINDED director Louis Skill. wa
Amer. 'Telephone tl WERE by Don. Mayor
% up % sufficiently dangerous to causea
FIERSQN Freeman Green- "I looked back Mrs Lucille witness to the world. 2,099to of of
Sunray DX 3414'up %I Gulf aldson that the hearing on the furor man, appointing a committee charge a variety proaramator
lund was appointed to a second Bradley said "3, T. started for OH 59% upi I Xerox 128K off controversy over water rates will 62. to study Smith' allegation design and construction ot
two.year term as chairman of the house I think he stumbled be Larry Losdholtz, assistant The proposal for common atomic facilities at Han-
IK! : Bo'lngeTH up %) Chrysler held at 2:30: p.m. Oct. 20 at City Manager Wesley Sweat, energy
City Council at an organizational Algle was on top of him. We 61 y; oft %; Pan American World the Halifax Law Center, Daytona county agriculture agent, said prayer In itself represented a who tries to serve as story ford.

meeting In Town Hall last night.laerving started back. By the time we Air 28%! Off %. Beach, today that an ant found In a giant step. forward toward bet consultant, said last night Inspection I H* was appointed General

as vice-chairman will got back 8. T. was coming to On the American Stock Ex VOTED!: to purchase and In. grove near DeLand had been ter Inter Christian relations had shown the retention Manager of the Spacecraft De
be,Erwin Andersen. Both councilmen the Car. He had blood allover ,change Identified as one of our native Pope Paul VI, In his meeting partment In March 1963. This
Tampa Electric stall pond posed no dangerfor
wa a radio antenna at the town
\ along with Lee Wilson, him." Then she told of Samuel ,28% unch.; Seaboard World Air hall for use In em rllenclel. fire anti: both this year and last with the adjacent homes and that Department 1* responsible for

were reelected In September. getting In the car and their taking 6li! off y j Republic Ind. 10 -DECIDED FEAR NOTED non-Cathollc observer at the routine correction work would the General Electric effort In research
% that when
member The ant had been taken to the council, said the "our father"prayer
last .him to the funeral home in ''
New councilmen installed tinch. of solve the problem. development, and production
the Voted
Orange City
night were J. E. Dees and ClaudeFjCartlsle. Orange City where he was lent ,.--" tecr Fire Department use water* agriculture office by a' resident and Cathollce with them. Catholics But Sweat's suggestion was of long.life satellite and
non
the of at
fearful that Infestation unity meetIngs -
by ambulance to the hospital paid scant attention Acton space Vehicles. Among these are
'i III from the hydrants for purpose elsewhere have
1! /fP iPf1 South American fire ants In the Joined In
KMFE ISSUE
followed apparently feared It would the recently flown Nimbus
meeting other
The organizational than fire they are to notify Enterprise area had spread here. this prayer
which Under questioning by Godbee, 1 weaken the plot. Weather Satellite and com
regular session at the
a Orange!! City Water Co,
JACKSONVILHtrlf have been
Reports not received
yet
councllmen. heard a financial Lucille Bradley said she dl"'" N.rlhea.t rID.'a' ... market TWO RIM So, last night's episode was ponents for the orbiting astronomical
see Samuel have a knife but ,pros. to .lalltr.1 on two other specimenssent Locall\Inn Faces
retort for the fiscal year which more or less a flashback to the i observatory.
'n tar /Irte'mn.lly salt -IIEARD that only two bids to Gainesville for Identification
they knew he carried one. :" : : show. And this
4 previous time
Oct. 4. ,
ended /4'4.47 matty
had been received for a newtvpewritl'r Loadholu said Rebates Told
She said that when they left to sl'o ..mII..t,1 Clerk William
amn. l"p;. ; \ Kidnap ChargeDick City Opper,
drive off Samuel had been for the town hall of Commenting that our native
not
$450 Set to at '*""" lrm Ul "hsna fire It was announced that more fire ants and the Imported variety scritpwriter\ was cast In a
Damage cut, but by the time they got 11011.. role. DeLand' share of the stat
back to him he had been VOLl/SIA/ bide were desired, are almost identical In both Flower. DeLand was Johnson said the official minute cigarette tax rebate) for August

In City Accidents Yesterday, the widow Mrs testified.Samuel Bradley Ito Lar'l ._..n COUNTY_:..:Lcc::" C: Strickland-HEARD on a a survey report of from deep holt appearance added.and that habits the sting, Load-of naping arrested his and two charged grandchildren with kid., as written" by Opper were was director 811,009 of ,the Richard State Beverage Keating,
not correct The
a Damage to two cars was estimated She told how Algle slapped his )t': ':tII':::::::::::::::::.a :; wells In Orange City, He said "our" fire ants Is much less agea one by his and two In, on an affidavit by Johnson dialogue read: "If questioned you Department, announced today.
there eon- law Frank
Small ,. ... are approximately 20 deep severe than that ot the Imported '
wife when she was In the car and -- ? ? ?
at $430 after a collisionat then "I (U v.rau. pricM i.v'1 1 1 :I a wells In addition to three old ants, and also less poisonous."But Hoffman. Holly Hill say that I ordered and the city leas renewal for the municipal
she !
8 a.m. today at Michigan and untlfled, slipped FoMltrymin', Ann.) A hearing has been set before paid for three surveys, you're a
him." well not In uie. It was voted the native fir ants are airport operator, y, A. Yonalty
Florida aves,, DeLand police -"Did: the knife In his that one of the old wells be cap. vicious and have a very, very Peace Justice Charles Luke ot liar. but It wa postponed.

reported. hand?" ymi Warren see asked. Noort Shlcl"AJU. fled and another abandoned. painful sting," he said "Anyone the 8th JP Court at 1 p.m. According to the official script, Prime time for last nights
The report said a car driveneast Both are Into nest of them Friday. Flowers was released these were Smith' IInti.Johnson'l show ,
"Yes sir," she answered "He on city property stepping a was paid for by the tax
Michigan Ave. by JohnS. ASKED Mrs. land to writeto I can be covered In seconds. on 83,000 bond fellow actor, Walter payers of DeLand
Brown, 18, 210 S. Parson St., came toward me with the knife tJ"a22 Arool.t.d Pon Gerald residents Clatiau, voted with him not to
Page, county sanitation He said that local ,
% ( tiarv
Samuel told him not to cut me. n4 tit
'
hit the rear of one driven by approve the minutes. Smith, "IGAI.NaTICa
officer, asking him to "clear for have been com-- _
many
He cut tne In.:'the thumb She .Alcoa 13% hot NlkArnAlr : 85 years
Negro Hugh Gordon and SkUlman
Douglas, 73-year-old Obituaries43Year voted
Joseph told of them driving off and then ,6:1.: lnt Pap My up"! a situation across front the luatisf'thautive fin hats with NOTICI. UNDtft FICTITIOUS'
who lives at 438 W, Voor to approve.. NAMI LAW
town dump, ,It:was stated that 'ihlordanK "
returning "My husband was 'AmCan .f ones&L, 13ArnCya" Johnson maintained t II atSmIth'l NMIr ll benny ... that the
his Ave.
coming to the car. Blood was AO(i kal. AI 33% refuse left there by residents Both* the, native and Importedfire statement n4rlfiioV ..t to encase I la
Douglas car reportedly was neck like .AmMot 1T% Kelt'cott t2 cast "a reflection" on the town. ants are black and are aboutan ResidentOf should have buttnvM undr th ln'I. It name
topped at the Intersection.: No spurting from his appeared In the minutes exact. .' "DOlROllE RKSTAl'RANr
had AT&T ,811% Ua'My ..I33AnTob STREET WORK eighth ot aa Inch In length. corrEB
turned Avp BKOP al tNtwna
someone a boss on.
charges were filed. 35. Loch'd -HEARD Drake, chairman of They build large mounds of Pierson Dead ly as It appeared ut rave notices Sprint;*, Florida, Int.n,1 to rtirlittr
A collision at T:3S pm. yesterday The only thing I saw Was the 374 the I given the original show in at th. said n.m. with th. Clark or the
streets committee, announce earth for their homes 10m.
c 11 LorUlard
gash In his neck Ampx p % 44V. least four Circuit Court of Voluil County
resulted In $400 damage. BREAKS DOWN' 'Anaconda 5114 Ma'vox 301-6 that emergency repair on Tappan I times as big as 12 Inches In Mr*. Ruby E. Blackburn, 74, newspapers FlorldA.:
According to the report a car Armour 50\6: MMUf Circle and other repair work : diameter," Loadholtr said. Opper defended his script H* ./ ROSB C. EOOER: :
When shown the photographs 11II" a resident of Plerson for
it
driven north on Garfield Ave.by "" said Johnson and Smith bad '/ DOS BAD1CNAttornr :
of her husband's body to Identify\ ACL 18" Mohasco 15" and clearing of Hurricane Dor* "They prefer soil with plenty yean, died at 1:30: am., todayat the ap ERNEST A. RAMO,
Alice 20 510 E. proved minutes In his
Mary Lynn, : -
Babcock'' 36 Monl'to debris were progressing satisfactorily. ot moisture, such as"groves or at taw
Ne I'
him, she broke down and sobbed West Volusla Memorial Hospital office before ..! ... ... ,
New Hampshire Ave., tailed to they wen typed. "
Mont wd : The he added.
council comptt- Rawer ,bed,
.
"Obno" : : itol"Algle where she had been
40% a patient One
stop at New York Ave. and hita hll and Be tle SIl JaDalr nK : melted Drakeon ''tile efficientmanner" I for three week. highlight of last night'sshow W

truck- driven ,by Fred Splwy lost composure Boeing rr% Nat Din 27 :. In which the work wa* was a guest star, MO'I.I. .
tear streamed down his cheeks % Bon Aug. 1C 1890. in Blake-
.
Jr.Police', Orlando said brakes on the Dr. W. W, Schlldecker, path. Borden 16% N.Am Av 50 :, being done I' I Negro News J JjSociety ly, Ca., she was a member of Moye an delivered old-schooi five minutes technique of .
Brunswk 1% Penney '594 -HEARD the second and final
ologlst from the Halifax ,Hospital tile Emporia Baptist Church HOUGH
failed. No finger-waving
Lynn cat aparently' dialogue which
testified that Samuel Bred- CaterTr 36% Pa RR 19'%" reading of Ordinance 6n-1 prohibiting
J.W. Blackburn la survived ended with
charges were filed. his offering te.len
Celaneee 8914 Pep Cola D8% digging, trenching or .rr
ley had received multiple slashes PORTODAY
her
by husband William
V.
an- SSS.OOO home la DeLand
Chrysler 604 Phil Mor T9H placing obstacle on right-of- To Meet for
on his chest and back Hs said j any ; Blackburn, Plerson S two ton, 830.000. .
Local LBJ GroupTo tkceCols,133 H Phlll Pet 54 way within the town' corporate
the cans*' --death--was the i isevering William J. Blackburn of
Piersonand
of his' la Cont-lcl: UKConEdis fcca M Hmlu without written permission' TH_ Missionary)' Society ofprestos' Boys,' who listed nor than
jugul.rt'ela Jamei'L. Blackburn of M.l-
S22.000
llUpStt' Union, First saved for the city when
Discuss Plans his' neck.. -- S3 1 JO from Mrs. Freund or Donaldson. / JaptJatQurdawllJ from:
: : bourne; two Mr he
'' meet tomorrow at daughters wa contract manager, said
Juror Richard E. Cent ran 48% Revlon M" The ordinance will take effect DeLand Memorial Gardens
are Yeagerand : T:30 the home *t Mr*. Mildred North of Plerson and Smith had lor two years tried
Dow Ch* T44 Key Tob 44\6 act H. : p.m.'at
J. D. McLtod, chairman the C David Pints, DeUnd;, Mrs. Dorothy Norris ot Crescent to discredit the Moy Th fMttsh aid UMUM deal
"m WUhelmlna Hill. S Delaware erganlza-
duPont
StRgp S2H" ,-NOTED receipt of check
: a
.
West Volusla section of the Volusla George A. Dixon Clarence P. lEAt S44X. Seaboard MH front the Florida Home Gas Co. Ave. All members are urged to City; a brother, Henry A. Fickle lien <( County Democratic LBJ l Rldoout. Horace Murray, Pang ot Lakeland: seven grandchil ."
"Mn
Smith
Kndah 130 Sears attend. you try-to dls-
% 123H for 8335 for franchise tax for the
,
Campaign Committee an T. Shuler and Lawrence Shelton, Firestone 44ftna Sinclair 47H' fiscal sand there great.grandchil. credit people May declared.. -........
of all Beach Dow W. Car- JUI'PAID
nounced
today that a meeting Daytona ;
For this a
reason
Pw ald he
,
the West Volusla section will be nell, Edgewatert Robert C. PtL 134 814Da Socony SouthnC 634 154 bills totaling 81.290. Dinner Planned Funeral service win be at ready to leave DeLand. was n I II very .allkcly that ton

held tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Weber and Walter Walker, both 3 Ia tile : But before an many *..>( u ..Met'I'
Em-
Wednesday Moye left
Ford 88: SperryR 14*" Oll-Tfsts Slated There will be a chicken and PJS. the stage 'I
,telra ..
Volusta County Democratie Ormond Beach, and David F. kr* cmutstnUyrtfkl
; Mrmst Da UVirreptSul StBrand T5S4 rhittcrllng dinner Saturday beginning pod Baptist Church with the he got In same good plugs for his .
headquarters la the old Florida. Cooper.New Smyrna Beach.H. bal they
421, DONS ITS LABELLC AP) Teat will at at the Aattoch Rev. W. J. Ward and the Rev.J. own show lie noted that, through uyrepn
noon
Bank N. Boulevard.Dr. .D. Wli Ormond rra't ssbj.e5e .meadranlfrom
building
on enpoon Frock Tr M'l' Studebak 6H start Wednesday oa Sun Oil Co', Free Will Baptist Church. For C Purcell officiating his efforts, a Circuit Court judge
McLeod urged all Beach, 1* the alternate Juror. time to time. I*) feel *
persons Gen teen 38 Vi SWIft MH Red Cattle No. 2 oil well In Hen- delivery, call 7340401. Burial will be ta Emporia "friendly to West Volwla," a
Interested In the election of Gen Ei Cemetery. Pallbearer will be Juvenile Court htollJelleJ' 01 ec.toa appears ,
tOHOa Texaco S4H dry County and results will be judge and others
'
Lyndon B. Johnson to attend the Award For Sowdcr trite _OMMIT If MM I* toturrfr
Fib 18% Thiokol 13% announced at a aew conferenceIn John Turner, Ned Moore Ray had been appointed.
meeting. The main Item on the Hen Mills 44% U Carbld 124 Fort Myers Friday, the company Program Slated<< Long. Olaa Braddock James wa campaign with any degree Whi
manager
JACKSONVILLE: (AP) Dr. Wrest ..uaJm1t7 ,. worM. .4
of will this
agenda the meeting concern h
Gen Mtrs 101 Unit Ain X\ said.Operations. P. Taylor and WITH Guess.Honorary Volusla County lor Gov.
ways and means of distributing Wilson T Sawder, state health Goodrich I73Goortyr Ua Fruit 204 at, the ale near There win be quartet singing; pallbearers will be Furls Bryant. ehaagIg vans** art tlmn-
information about the officer, has been awarded the Friday beginning at I pan. at Thomas Mann b tile 1isasa.
4TiGreyhnd US Steel (24 Felda ceased In July while the Troy BrumbJow public disinterest therewer
candidates to the* voter The distinguished service award of J3 H Unlv Mat 134 company completed leasing oil'rights the Church of Jeans, DeLand. phy. I3m* J. Bon and J. aSton BO commercials otaIWe are a wryKoowty JUMUl ;

processes of getting out the vote the American Association of Cult Oil 59 S Wntgn 39 \ to several hundred thorns The\ following quartets will be *. Allen.SummerhlU I* la fehTs. places One had bees to b* SUM.fnV
also win be aired. Public Health Physician. featured: The True Heaven Go-
and acre of land In tile charge of arrangements. scheduled 4
area. conslderatloa el a wW w* kaw them to N
Sanford Gospel
pel Singers. ; ;
Mae West "lined'IIOLLTWOOD
Key. Daytona Beach and the right and Just. Downer I !

To the Former Customers of AP) Actress WtMevtDECALS Golden Jubilee and Staging Aa- S0rSlKtlMf a.Isenedew II a iea Is .\ ,
lilt Ukl .t -.. .*14eac* to
Mae West la back la C gels both of DeLaad.
lilt eoatrary I* hash.R .. I;
Entrance Doors
Invited to attend
To Is
lams el Lebanon Hospital apparently pubU
ACE PRINTERYAfter sun lufferlag from to ft. qsell. ef DCLAND

xtautttoa. For BosrrriL urorrWt AUTTTO WEMORIAL G4DEM. fila. .
six years *f frHoa ef ACStastaMM : PUNua". eat Vital MM .ri.! Melee .n.rt I fa M7 tgeril pet'see ..

WM UmhuM tae to rag IHnttiI Sliding Glass Doors ,Admitted: CaMa Jcett. 1T4S. rucraAI10WAS. s8.67 ones be ePenle4 tit w

have tally eeeevwee and am MW n l,.-4< to ,fill Delaware Ave.. and Mrs. Bvya .... kMeet.5 flee bereaved. c-
nbber sUm> wises sa4 feaadl tttatlBc Jake at .*(... Stile. SSI r. Veortda Av*. ateto ft*

also .y mall .* hra* 7144111 Free DtUvery! FeaselPAINT Dismissed: Mrs. Ma Etta: fy CM *** ...... eta- w ePeiwSeSeanafar

OOMItf. West DeLeoa Sprtngs sat eoIIIWeralloM'to CMar ..

Paul V. Woolley Licensed Printer .!! & GLASS Dismissed FBH: MEMORIAL Wtetoa' Brown IDEAL- BUILDERS SUPPLY Co. : Peeved LA.'fD r .. Jtefel. at OARlrn DMXMOKUL .-

4M EM BMMtt Are. DLa4 Ill K. *55. rtoM TJM6M 147 K IM. ML 7144m Stub** Quarter,, and DnOttl Ill geed AkksM psi.. muu ,. sae Jut: ....,.,.,

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John Wayne Rides Again On, Bridge Opinion On I COUNTY OFFICE REPORTS Akron Nuns Accept Offer




Over By OSWALD JACOBT Nuclc.ar.PJanW : Home Demonstration NewsA
Of Church
Lung Complication "..s.*as Eaters*,*** Lees. I Presbyterian



NORTH (AP Former new food blender Is now en Start acting Ukt a gentlemanor I
HOLLYWOOD (AP)- 'I don't rette' smoker. He gets pone In AITI1VAJI4 President Dwight D. El. the market. It has 4 Inch long a lady AKRON, Ohio AP) The lievt those sisters would awe

know what the hell I had but the hospital.. senhower was In tit*'middle'to cutters a powerful motor that Your parents art probablytired unusual Is happening every day have walked Into this building"

the doc said whatever It was I Wayne entered the hospital e,3'K's day between Democrats and chops whole fruits and vegetables of l nursing protecting, helpIng this fall on West Exchange Dr. Calhoun said "Ther has

licked It." tor correction of aa old] ankle Republicans each claiming h* with nn need for dicing appealing begging, excusing Street a half dotes nuns been a softening on the part of

t Big John Wayne was talking Injury. The lung complication WEST EAST wu on their side hi a disputeover them first. You can also UM it tolerating and denying wearing the habit of the Domln( Catholics through the great
from his bed at Good Samaritan followed. 10 S All nuclear-weapon control.It I, to blend] shred mince, beat themselves needed comforts for Iran deters, are working! the spirit of Pope John and tile

Hospital 1-11' delivered the line VQ1IIJ VII when llqulf, (churn grind chop, pulverize jour whim and fancy Just because Westminster United Presbyterian Proteetant world hu reacted la.
Duke spend most of his time began Monday the .
,
Monday In the same matter-of- t K10TI + QJ8I4IT4 GOP unvested ta.k.tOrC'ctpnl't re pate, rll.... Jive push vour selfish ego: Insteadof church turn
watching tele\Uion. AAQ101SSOUR a .
fact way that millions of movie President Johnson button speeds let you select desired common sens dominates your This advance In ecumenical! "With this spirit alive it
"I watch everything but old (o) claiming food textures has unit and thinking
fans have heard him (speak on had overextended his' control power personality pint stalled a week before La. would not behoove us to deity
"
the screen just alter John Wayne movies, he AAKQJ4VKTt cleans Itself when you addwater Whei' can we go? What can the "
putting of field)f"' nuclear" weapons. her Da)'. Our Lady of the Elms space
smiled It's real! .
the first rest and detergentAn do011 auk'
down an Indian uprising at Ft. : we Roman Catholic School, Dr. Calhoun would here been
tAU This the GOP group contendedhas across
I'\e had in 30 Go home the woodwork;
years ; paint
auto snack table small
Apache Alt damaged US. security. I a the street from the Preshvtert- happy to have his church's act
rake the leaves, mow the lawn; I
Wayne. sitting up in bed devoured No en* vulnerable Eisenhower appeared at aNew folding table Is a\ailable to an church, had a problem: of charity\ unpublicized, but UM
learn cook scrub floors repair -
to ; ;
(it
the drheshaft
a bowl of soup a coupleof Booth Vfnt Nerlh Cut York news (conference ,but the oxer front housingIn a sink: get a new Job: opening of school wu going to grateful sisters had a story
pork chop and a salad plus 1 Pall I PSSS wouldnt endorse or reject threport. < lot dour car. Red Cross Sal find them short of space for printed In the Cleveland diocesan
It will hold help your pastor
TclelouPrograms thermos bottle,
dessert. 4 Psss Pan Ptss cups assist the : nursery and kindergarten. classDELAYED weekly newspapers. Then
\atlon
Army; poorstudy
glares, bottles In cutouts withno I
'The, only trouble we have Opening ItadI He deplored the\ Injection of of your lessons: and whenou're ell, mention followed In a national
dancer
with this patient Is getting him the nurl..arWI'Aponl Issue Into tipping. through read a good fX nrmOs magazine: .
OTHER: NEW: FRODUCTIThere's >
to eat, quipped his nurse. I the "presidential campaign and bonk! A new building had been "U the opportunity cam, 1
INTENSIVE! CARE"I "Ri-idEe Writers'. 'hnll'lt'\IM"! a food warming cart feel there are other Presbyter!,
added: "I don't think these art HOMF.M: ,\M\fi IMPORTANT planned but at alaI* stage it
had a rouzh ten days In the Includes ban-ds contributed by things that ought to be talked that folds for stoisce.: another Homemaker Housewifewhich developed a new foundation an ministers who would do likewise
.
intensive.car* unit" said Big tDITOft. t 'NOtllProgram bridge writers from aU over the nut In detail I don't think w* that Includes a "cold spot" for do you chooneT Disservice would be needed and It could ," Dr Calhoun aatd.

Duke. "They kept bringing In I tot ototi Infermatian,*"a ana it 11 aubioot*.u0ehee.r to world. should .reach conclusions tellingthe cooling Haveou ever heard of a battery has been done to the occupation not be completed before Nov 1. Jilt said his "congregation! If
aJl those cardiac cases beside Chang, Tha Sun Now la not ra- Mont of them are deadly serious President what h* should deor of homemaking nv making It Mother Mary Eileen, Elms totally delighted" with the
me. Finally, I told them to get "eonoibl. *. ,u tor tea .oehodul.........Into th.t* Do bolow.notOhor but Ewart Kempsnn marnaged what he should say." 'opeiated ladle] : self flour adjustable sifter; automatic nutcracker appear lens rewarding than other superior and a colleague paida movs. .'TIt....* ha* been no eta,

me a gun I wu' ready to to poke some fun at The White House promptly electric barbecue thatsplstteis areas of activity for women, visit to their neighbor, Dr vorahl comment from any
hoot my way out." I StilionoWC8HTV himself. It seems that when released a statement defining the into "Just a housewife" may he an Noel A, (Calhoun Westminister source," he said
dripping a
Duke was moved to ,another BrorhOrlo.mil, Channel t >DaTtona Ewait pls>'ed the hand In a that President Johnson speed container of wstei,.* attitude. In bark of Indifferenceto church pastor He offered tb..mtnur

floor quick. He' may get out of WDBO-TV Channel .. Orlando team match he took the first with Eisenhower that "It Is not Do voti 1111'. 1'f'11"tlllr dngi: homemaking and InefficiencyIn large Sunday School classrooms
J the hospital this week."I WUOr-TV. Channel 0. Orlando diamond trick with the ace In the best Interest of the country can be offered a cool or warm homemaking" Jobs Nonetheless and use of the kitchen 3 Opinion To

had two operations In five TUISDAV IViNINO) drew trumps took the heart to take. our defense plans dicing with their own electric the time,place utility of thehomemaker and other equipment

days. That was the rough part. I.00 nl ttolln raw finesse and made tour odd. This and make them public" ring dryer: and the birds need the. having available When Mother Eileen asked Sm Your Ertry
CII Manila Oonlla all that could he made, but what members, need
Flrst took that was family
they thing lei eta Hunt Dean Burch, Republican! national get no chill jou can now *un- about rental, Dr. Calhoun] re BEAUTY NEED
from my lung Then I got to I :> C> Rr..te.t Hoa4l1not Ewart WM not satisfied with his ) (chairman said Johnson's ply them with bird bath that when they need It. cannot be un pliedSuiter: \ we'll not even
i,.u U' A..wopIna / of the hand. derestlmated In terms of economic
couching later coughed so Lt 1T.. ....., play, comment was "a patent attemptto Is electrically heated. talk about that, w* consider this Mr. Mlrbel. Mist Jy,
damn hard that I busted a tie '.eo CI a..aIsi He felt there should hIbP..n get off the hook of an Issue Pet haps >'ou have not seen all worth nor In terms of our Christian duty"
.
.. BUs laD
emotional ,
N. Plsorganlzatlon
sue. So they had to open me up ".) \... some safer way to play It. which Is embarrassing him and the new gadgets! but keep your stability of Later the 21 member sessionof
gain." S II III Aqiianaut. Certainly he should have ducked hi*' administration bersuse tll.Am..rlrlln ryes open, they are on their Is the price Indifference, tilt United PreibyteilanChurch
THING' DEFINED 1,M itt VI squad the tint diamond. Then assuming and In nn part of living Is dls PenthouseBeauty
cal Par >4 people realize the U) tension\ gave unanimous apprnv
described 0,00111 Mr Sneak. a trump or' diamond rev :\t."" FOR MEN organization: more glv .
.Hi* son Michael' ca r Wattory ,. Pl. Democrats issue used the question log than In home and family life I al. daises for H preschool tots Salon
"that thing" u an abscess of 11 C'ftmh.t turn he could draw trumps the of niiclesr weapons to A new style for men Is the fI'M3 to S years old moved la.HOFTEMNG .
the lung: I J1 It) Th.' Man From. r,V C L.C same way. ruff nut his last strike fear and horror Into their narrow waist. The designers are IIXN"Five 111 Weal Rica Pfc. 1U4KI
cal Tho flat ( k nnn Show
Pllar, Duke's pretty wife said l', tlcHaloa NavyMl dl.mnnd.foad\ a heart to the hearts. putting more shspe Into the Jackets CAP Participates yews ago, I don't be-
her husband suffered from edema |*| Th. Tense king and finesse dummy's Jack Burch has complained! In the squaring the shoulders and

an ,abnormal amount of sao 11 II.) Potticnai RoiHihiiran Junction Tnl Ttlxait' of hearts. Thin w.yIII\ would past about Democratic\ campaign adding a slight!: cutaway at the In Joint ExercisesMIAMI .do

fluid In the lungs. Co t met,," Plain have been sure of his contract material he charted w adesigned hoot This give a "shaped silhouette .

"He swelled out so much," 10:M Is lit> Th.Tolophnn Dnrtnri H"ur A theum.s unless East started with four to frighten people lntnbelieving > ," The st>Ie Is iilso being (SPECIAL Th.
sur-
said Mrs. Wayne!, "that h* COI Til* fugitive hearts to the queen. Arlzon Sen adopted for spoils Jackets and CONVENIENTDrive
U.M i+> ,.... rryGoldwll.r viva) east and south ISM! exetrlnes -
looked more like Sidney Green C,) ).... He showed the hand to Mrs. the COP preslden- d.. .. clothes.End conducted last weekend
I"l AMI Sews' example of an of the tight collar Seveial -
street than Duke. 11.tl let Mnvla Kempmn as an ttal nominee, wan trlzrrIIafll'Y bv the federal Aviation Agency,
The big boy says he Is OK II IS (tl 'nIIM. almost perfect safety play ht and might bring 01a nuclearwar shirt makers will\ be offer.Ing Office it Civil( Defense, U S.Weather .
now (0> Merle looked at It awhile and said "I stretch) shirts and shirt col, .
Bureau statt department InBanking
"My only discomfort." h* IM: Co(tl, N.Now... would \have ducked the first Although he hasn't mentionedIt Isis this. tall In all prir lines.Collars of transportation and the -

said, "Is those cigarettes;' 1:01: Cl Polly TT H diamond and continued the since \he begin formal campaigning can expand one and a h), S. Air Force evaluated the

For 40 years Duke his been I (Ntoi Cimolot""waokly, TV.... same line of play until playingthe for the White House.GoMwster half to two sizes with no apparent Florida Civil Air Patrol highly
n.mwln..a n .. Sauce In All of \heaits. Then I would strain on the neck
unfiltered king last Oct. 24
five pack a day clga- Florida' masatin, a ro ulaf feature proposed according to CAP officials.Cnl. .
I .f ywe 'u...., Wit ......, ha\e led a club toward dummyand In Hartford. Conn, that the Glue the home together!: L'teof S. llsllsck duPont J,..
glue to build a house Is a real
the Jack. :
played NATO commander lie givenmore Florida CAT wing C'f11'ftmand..r..IIld ,
Church Board D.Land RadIo Ewart points out that his wife's authority over the ui>* of possibility so adhesives we are told that Thereae bind 111 CAP plsnes were amongthe

WJBS WOOD play would make the contract tactical nuclear weapons, tightly new and permanently, make :Ann aircraft reporting for '.11I. t* 4 ,.11I. Mendel thra FrMiyJaal
1410 ke. lull ICC. against any combination H. repeated the prnpcalJee mlsulons throughout the slate and
Holds RetreatThe of cards once trumps broke campaign position paper duringhis floor quieter and might even more than 2,000 CAP member 0.. Of The
eliminate some metal fasteners.
.
Slur rvlrcs B
for the nomination participated
evenly primary rare
DELAND PUBLIC OPEN LETTrR
and In speeches June 30 Offer A* A
official board of Trinity LIBRARY and Aug. 24. An open" letter. to teen ageri by

Methodist Church and mem Johnson hat contended thAt MIA Ruth Harris Extension
bers' husbands and wives held FORPEEPFUL Family Life Specialist.Vsndallsm See Us For All Your
191 W. Rich A".. JUSS only the president should have *
a retreat this weekend at Camp the final of and malicious mil-
say on use any nuclear -
Winona with Dr. Chauncey Elk- Ii Open Tonight ,UntU 9 weapon. chief, Why FENCINGNEEDS
Ins lay leader in charge. 1100 Your parents dont owe you irvf'k
Mrs. Alfred B. Vaught. wife of entertainment.The .
the pastor and Albert Grimesled Yale 1'rof Dim i wot Id does not owe you : r'ADE
KANT SPEL
the group in singing In the News FrontWasltingtOll a living.
NEW HAVEN Conn. (APt I
camp dining hall. YlUr.rlty. doesn't owe you Fmtlnf Vests full,
George Flcugfl, president of LONDON AP) A Ralph C. Turner Tl, professor amusement.
the men's club, gave a talk on dlckshonary for peepul hon emeritus of history .t' Yale You owe the world something f LAND FATE DANK

"What' It Meant to Serve In an kant spel kalm out hear University died Monday after along You owe It your time energy, VOLUSIAFEED
Official Capacity," and .Harry Monday. Ulne... Before coming to and talents so that no one. will "beat
Edwards steward gave a talk It is called The Awful Yale In 1444, Turner taught at war or In poverty, or sick and MOMI Of aOL CAHrCfIK :

on responsibilities, of official Spellers' Dictionary.By the University of Minnesota, the lonely, again STOREWe .I VICt
board members. arranging several University of Iowa, the University In plain simple word grot'
k R. H. Westervelt, chairman of WASHINGTON (AP Presl- thousand commonly misspelled of Pittsburgh and the I up! Quit being a baby Ot out Deliver fa*** Msmisrf.O.LCCarntr .

the board asked the blessing for dent Johnson'Secretary of Slat words according to American University in Washington I of your dream world. Develop a C... VwrkJs A AmH A.H. I leaf New York & Aai.ll rouse 7)4-IS1t

the covered dish dinner and Mr. Dean Rusk and two Japanese their wrong spelling, the DC H* retired\ In JM1, backbone Instead of a wishbone I

Vaught the pastor presented a officials will speak Wednesday new dictionary claims It --- ---
devotional on the words of on the Inaugural telecast from \has eliminated a big stumbling

Christ "I Am the Light of the Tokyo to the United: States via block from the path

World" and "1'. Are the Light the Syncom sateDlte. of poor spellers.It MI
of the World." goes on the theory that a J t ,. r e Y+
The link will be used to
carry
The meeting concluded with all U you dont know how to ,
the Games, which start
Olympic
I present facing a lighted candle In spell a word. Hi doubly 1. I 4e
the darkened dining hall, with in Tokyo Friday morning. difficult to look it up In a 1'tl
The transmission will take So look hVr l an
officials and th*' pastor sajlng regular dictionary.
The Apostles' Creed. place between 1:13: and 1:41a.m. : It up the way it sounds'

The retreat wat Initiated In EST and will Include talks and there will be the cor

the commission on membershipby previously recorded by Johnson rect spelling.For .
F. H. Barnhart chairman. and Rusk plus live speeches' by Instance:

Physical preparations were In Japanese Foreign Minister Etusaburo If you think It's rinocer-

charge of church trustees. Shlina; and Communications us, look it up under that
Minister Zluwzo TokuyaU. spelling and you'll find correct ,

REMEMBERGASDOEeII3EST spelling rhinoceros.<< !
Her are som' other examples
'
WASONGTON rAP) Rep :
GaEEH'1 FUEL 0It Fer Less Bob WUaon R-Calif. urged tilt tenomlnal Phenomenal
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p
FENCINGlid patrolling off the Vietnamese\ The Introduction says:
coast "The dictionary I* devised
for those of you who
said
The Defense Department
educated and
bright
Wilson' telegram to Secretary are
hold responsible positions.
Robert S. Mcfiamara had benreceived .
but who art let's face Ito
but that there had "
terrible apen. ...
been no reply' tn It and that author
Th. Americas
then wu 10 comment was Joseph Jordu. Tn*

British reviser wu Oliver
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READERS' Today InHistory C.RIM REPORT RELEASED

Estes Linked I

China Adds Muscle\ FORUM Reported


SkyrocketsAbove
Th. DUit Sun N.w. ..1..... Population
little comfort in the fact that Red .. *
There is .It. frm It ri*) r* *n ..ltll./
"device"is .H.i-.. The mm. *f the ...,t.- With Goldwater ft 1'1. AMMUt1 Tree
CampBy
long-predicted first nuclear must be uen.4 ate. the ......
.ivn.. Th* ....* .*...... the Today la Tuesday Oct (, the
not the same thing as a nuclear bomb. Nor right I* .ut I.,,*,.. .v.. tu wpIn *. 280th day of 1964. Then are M Food
I Itnsth. L.tt id*>..... t* ProductionROME
is there much room for complacency in estimates .thr* *r '**llnf In ..-.....lItl.. days left In the year.
rathu tilt, *ubli... I....* Today'a highlight In history:
*r 11.1sae.rtable. JACK ANDEKSOXWASmNQTON :
10 !
dit-
that it will take another five or yearsfpr In rr* Inttinu, the commlnee't Investigation On this date in 1927, the era
xirnt sn*) Ndr..a a/ the wrlUr. closed credible evidence that
It
of nuclear come no
the Chinese to develop an arsenal will t. withheld, but thy pure may of talking picture began with
.. known t* th* ."lur. U a shock to Republican campaign bribe had been offered! or paidto "The Jazr 4 cent, and
Al Skyrocketing per
warheads and the necessary systems to deliver elected or appointed Singer starring (AP) Oceania 3 pet J
orator, but the House any
Jolson In New York. ha outstripped the cent both region
Government Operation Commit. federal official or employee. population already
ConstitutiollAmendments On this date Increase In world food produc. eating well.
them.A fraction of those five or 10 years has already tee after digging through literal "Billie Sol Ettet customarily In 1683 the first German settlers Hon In the past 13 month Mankind In developing, region
ly thousands of file tent unsolicited gifts of nominal where
hat come I
made arrived In Philadelphia. to eat, malnutrition
elapsed since! the State Department Pecos had lest per person Is wider
v.lue-euch cantel- spread
with evidence Billle aa
up linking la 1889, Thomas A. Edison food the
and almost everywhere gains
its announcement Sol Eater not with President dupes fruit pecans, Ind candyto demonstrated his Unetoscope, were described ai

But the threat that China poses to world Arc Analyzed Johnson but with Sen. Gold- business acquaintancea and He making motion picture an accomplished cost This more.was the grim picture in"very Latin illght"America- only and 1 2 per r.J
water's prominent political figure teat per cent
wait that fateful day. China, camp yesterday by the U.N. In the Far East
does not painted
,
peace upon .
Burled In a 436 page report also entertained government officials In 1890, the Church of the excluding Chi-
line! its troops crossed the Yalu River into North Editor, Sun Newt: snout to be ..released I II Information or employes on occasion Latter-day Saints Mormon Food and Agriculture 1964 annual Organization re n.,
(FAO) in Its FAO aaid that
:Korea in 1950, is, and has been, an international The League of Women Voters that the colorful Texas and gave substantial campaign abolished polygamy port. It came against a back. countries for In 71 of the 85
of Voluala la embez7> contribution. In 1918, American and French which atatlttlrs
in County distributing r wa deeply Involved food riots In
of civil ctrift neighbor of recent
fomenter ground
were available
and
Aggressor a fact sheet on the 13 pro. with some of Goldwater'a top "BiHie Sol Estet unquentionably forces crossed the Alan River India and the ]lengthening the cost of llv
countries. posed amendment to the Stale campaign aldet. suggested, claimed or even in France forcing the Germansto teeming shadow of hunger over much \Ing In 1963 was on the average,
the Constitution. The boasted that he was able to obtain retreat on a 2t.mile front. higher than In 1962 largely
Add to the not-so-remote danger renewed analyal wa The company that financed of the rent of I the world. :
because of .
and favorable treatment from la 1941 the New York Yank n Increase In .retail
compiled published by the
Estes' most notorious dealt MUM
with radioactive CHINA
of the atmosphere wasthe BED
pollution Leagu* of Women Voter of flor- government officials. The auhcommlttee'i won the World Series, food prices..
Commercial Solvents balance
fallout from bigger and bitter test We Ida. Brief description of each Corporation Investigation Indicated beating the Brooklyn Dodgers, The actual overall and There were some decreases,
whose controlling stockholder gain
between
expect China to see and raise her favorite amendment are presented to happens to be Goldwater't that Rates habltualllyclaimed four gamer to one. population Increase FAO sild. Food was t per cent
can food production may
withp"omlnent Ten years ago The Vaintarnaa cheaper In Nigeria 6
help \oter reach an Informedand clone frlendahlo I per cent In
rival Russia's 58-megaton monster blast. Recklessand Intelligent decision regarding assistant campaign treasurer. people but disclosed Dam, largest urban water even be darker than FAO de Sierra Leone 4 per cent In Tanganjlkt .

ambitious countries like Indonesia and Egypt each proposal. In the care of lie who la Jeremiah Milbank. Jr., little or no evidence to support supply project It India scribed. Ita report contained no and Burma and 3 per
own a reported 800,000 alnce World War for Communist China,
n. was completed figure cent In Kenya.Continued.
will undoubtedly try to join the widening nuclear several amendments, the League shares of Commercial Solvents hit assertions. supplying additional water which has almost a fourth of the I
has presented pro and con "The motive for aome of Eater'claims
circle whatever the cost. *. argument stock and la chairman ol Its of Influence to Bombay, world' population.

It is unlikely that China will invite I war Copies of< this analysis of the executive committee. since they were appears made obVloui. at- Five years ago A House The report aald It eared Gains r
Mllbanka rained committee opened brarlns11\ Inc In
company there were some '
with the West, or possibly with Russia untilit proposed obtained amendments from the may DeLand be money for Estes to plunge Into t time Just prior to hi* arrest Washington on charges of alleged fond production In nn,inland In Business
Seen
, has reached some kind of nuclear equably. Chamber of Commerce. the grain storage business, aim' when editors he Will Irving that he to would convincehis be rigging of television quiz China during 1963 M but It was

But the possession of nuclear "devices"will Margaret L. Cannel provided him with $1,500,000 programs.One unlikely the Increases had kept
mere able to stay out of 1s'l and .
Ormond credit for his fertilizer deal year ago The Los Angeles abreast of China's populationgain ByWDOfficialJACKSONynJ
its ideological aspirations a powerful Beach frsrlually pav off his obligation
give Now Mllbank la raising money Dodgers won the World of 15 million a year.

boost and have a great psychological Impact not for Goldwater. h'm.If' they" would go along with Series in a lour'i.m, sweepaver Soviet Russia, with Its mss E (AP) The

only upon Asia, but upon other nun-white developing AppreciationIs Washington attorney Edward the New York Yankeea. .population, had actual food next 13 months will see a continued .

McCabe, who represented Commercial production decrease In the past business up.swlnr.rd.: .
nations as well. Solvents In connectionwith less of the national .
Extended yesr. election outcome
Voters Talk
Stale
Conceivably, there could be temporary lesjienlng the Billie Sol Ettes Investigation 'Rihts'Ible. The FAO report for the year the head of one of the

of the danger of a general war startingin Editor. Sun Newt: la now Goldwater'a research ended July 15, 1964 said world South'a largest grocery chain
director His own Involv- had Increased 2 predicted today
Asia it China to( the progress I wish to population, percent
Southeast preserve express my appreciation Judgment and more
ment presumably has been left stability but food production had "Business now It forging

already made, avoids pushing too close to( 4nd the to Dr.ttatf William of Kith E.Memorial Carter out of the research that McCabehas FtOlU' 1 geI than Goldwater," Edlger aaid. gone/ up slightly less than that. ahead at a pace that should continue .

the brink before her equivalent of "Der Tag" Hospital for their untiring effortsIn been supplying Republican The survey turned up two retired Much more significant than or accelerate during 1965
orators on Eaten men both In Miami, and the regardless of political .
ChinA alngle-vear comparison was development
boast that
Mao Tse-tung's caring for wife during her
arrives. Despite my The House Investigation aim, Goldwater teems to be a both said they would give their the fact that "'or five years at the national and local
Illness.
could absorb the loss of 300 million Chinese, it people of I also DeLand wish to for thank their the shows that Kites wangled his pretty! Impulsive guy at times, votes to Johnson largely] because now there has been no increase levels" A. D. Davit, president

b likely he will not risk his regime in such an kindness. first grain storage contracts out and he might be much mote of hit flint for Medicare. In world agricultural productionper of Wlnn.Dixie Stores, Inc., told
of the Agriculture Departmentwhile destructive!' to the country thaa "I'll vote for Johnson because capita." the retort added. the annual atockholders' meetIng .
(Insane numbers game. Ray Snyder Ezra Taft Benson another constructive." he'a fighting for Medicare FIRST TIME here In a prepared ttatement. -

But only the most optimistic set much ardent Goldwater backer, was OFFICE CLERK: ," said Henry Horowitz a The past year, however was .

'chance of permanent peace in Southeast Asiaas o'l-;; Secretary. Said Mis. Mary Crella, a retired merchant Mike Starry, the first time FAO has reported "At this point nothing short of

long as China remains a virtual outlaw-and Walter Berger, who headed Jacksonville office clerk: a retired sailor, echoed those production gains actually below an armed conflict or similar calamity
the grain storage! program under "This l II just a terrlb'e election thoughts, saying: "I like John. population Increases could atop this Impetus,
an increasingly powerful one-ranging the out- Benson subsequently went to ',.r. I think I'm going to son because he has done a good The Increases In productionwere and wt don't think thla will hap.
>
world work for Commercial Solvents. job, and for his ides, such aa "
skirts of the community vole for Johnson but I may mostly In North America, pen. \
industrialand DownEr One of Benson' economic advlsera Medicare and Income tax re R
One hope is that China's growing change my mind at the list duction."

military strength, the achievement of material Martin Sorkln also was minute. The reason at this time In Tallahassee, tobacco
store
HtL BOT1.ENEW : hired ai a "consultant" by Com I would vote for Johnson Is that Contributions Expenses
accomplishments that satisfy the national YORK (AP-Jumplng merHal Solvents I've always been a Democratand let owner", Jack Kirk aald: h* pre. ,

ego and the eventual passing of the old-line at c.oonclu.loat-and how many MEETINGS: WITH CtMSorkln't I hare to desert the Dftmn- not a Goldwater hypocrite''"because Kirk said he's he

reached do you agree with? confidential memos critic' Party."
Communists will bring her to the point thinks most of his
Ever wonder why people will Indicate he WM trying to Influence E.P. Owen a Jacksonville ciwtomers
by) Russia-the realization that nuclear war, and crowd around to watch a sky- legislation to benefit the public relations counselor, disagreed feel C. the P. same Roche,way Reported By Candidatesther

the brushfire wars that might lead to( nuclear tcraper'i site being dug but company, also that he wta that the choice la between barber thinks a Tallahassee.
"the
could destroy everyone.Of few bother to pause after the writing political propaganda far the lesser of two evils\ government'i ( "
war getting too
damn
building above level? the Republican Party while workIng big
get eye saving both men are excellent
one thing we can be glad: Russia is apparently Tea aiuwer la simple-human for Commercial Solvents. candidates, and he'll vote for Goldwater."I Fln.nciall'f'pol't. of candidatesfor Holly Hill, $'I; Hugh R.
China we wouldn't let the race aitua- office poured Into the office Carmichael and Elsie W. Beat-
} as concerned about as are. lazlneaa.It's One "personal and confi "I've been a Democrat all mv

In the face of a common menace shared by the easy to look down Into a dential" memo to company president !Ire' and I'll be one In 1984." bit lion" Influence he "''d. me on damn of Jess Mathas Circuit Court ty, both Ormond Beach, each $2;
hole But you have to stretch Mavnard Wheeler, dated Owen aald. "Campaign speechet clerk yesterday. Reports aie Q. M Baum South Daytona
two world leaders, great strides could be madein your neck muclt> to look up. Sept 11, 1961, told of a secret and campaign! prom'nes' don't Rut A. D. Lowry, a Tallaliassee due the flrat Monday of each! end Dollar for dtizenihlp. General
toward the other human telephone company repairman month The balance of'the 'rt- Electric Program each tl.
five or 10 years solving The lens confidence 4 man meeting with Sen. Coldwater mean much to me; I've heard

porblems of population and hunger, emergIng has la himself the more credit and Rep. William E Miller of too many, of them. raid his Goldwaterwould I ports will be shown tomorrow. Mart C. Ulrich, Democrat,

of world card he hat In hit wallet. Lookport, N.Y. Ironically the.. "I think we have two ex- get vote principally James H. Sweeny Jr., Democratic Peace Justice District 2, DeBary
nationalism and the establishment a No matter how many college two men now make up the GOP ce'lent canrtlds'ea this year" "because of his stand on the incumbent House of Representative reported total expenditures $2.50

governed by enforceable law and universities we create In Presidential ticket Owen added. "Both' have racial issue, the tax cut the !. Group II, hat spent and no contributions since the

-- America some people will always But at that time, Goldwster charming families, both are out- United"Nations and our foreign a total of $263. Contributions preiously previous $175: reported
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continue to be Impressedby was the Senate Republican Cam.p.lm' standing personalities But I'm polity. Lowry said h* was a %' reported totaled $100 with Albert D. Williams, Republican

what they see on billboards. Chairman and Miller was for Johnson" registered! Democrat total to date $797. Boners listed Incumbent Peace Justice

f' They simply have billboard typo the Republican National Chairman Melvin Blake, a Miami) hotel KINK OnlUL on this report' include David District 2. DeBary, reported no

DBAkABBT.M minds, and nothing can be done emelove, said' he'll vote for Eugene G. Breedlove, a Jack Clbbs Mark Kessenlch. D. new expenditures since $151 and

about them. Sorkln wrote that Goldwaterand Ooldwater bwRU e "h,'. mote aonvUle bank vice president, Kirk Gunby, all DeLand, each no new contribution since the

Skinny people eat more pret- Miller called "a secret ant to get Castro out of Cube said he's a registered Democratwho S.5! : George Stetter, DrLand $?78 previously reported.COtMT .

Forewarned lels and salted peanuts at the meeting to which I was Invited. Cod the r,h,ns out of Miami" never has voted for a $100; E. R. Rlntz. DeLand $20; POST
bar than do fat people. The objective of this meeting a'BAN NVTTVEVf'M Democratic presidential candi and Mr. Pearl E. Comas De- Donald P. Don) Myen Republican -

You can be fairly Burp that It was to develop the basis for a LuLsa Quesada. an emplov date. Land $2. District 3 County Commlsuloner. -

Forearmed the letter come special delivery continuing attack on the administration's of the CIty of Miami anda "In this election, the racial John F. Jacoba, Republican total expenditures of

Is e ILl contents ere more Important effort on the farm Cuba horn American citizen. Issue, to me. I I. the most State Representative Group I, $539 and total contributions $342:

t.1 to the sender than to front It was agreed that It was saw Goldwater aa the savior of Important factor" Breedlove showed total expenditures to with $:!5 from C. C. Baldwin Jr.
not the responsibility of the Republicans her. homeland. said. "I can't forget Goldwa- date of $675 with total contributions shown for this past month.
you.An Is what the to solutionsbut If'I"'. statement! on the Senate $S2(. Contributor listed
1 orgy neighbors propose "He win hasten FMel Ctitro't Robert L. Strickland. Democratic
next .door term to bt having to criticise the administration overthrow." she ..''d. floor when he voted agtlnst the on this report Included James candidate for District 3

DEAR: ABBY: I am 21 aid my boy friend ii 23. W* when you haven't beta Invited wherever feasible. This Included Carlo B. F.rns"u'ex. a Mi"*nlItirver public accomodattona section *f McNett, DeLand, $40; Halifax County Commissioner, reported

both wen ud ait paving for a iprtif wedding We have to the party. varying the basis of the ] and like M'M' Que..
ion steady for tea months and dated a year before The most popular form of retribution attack depending on the area Cub born. American (citizen was voting as his conscience Schneider, DeLand, and Ormond previously $11.338. Contribution

that so w* know each other pretty well. Recently 'Tom"kegaa It America la not to political' situation dl..reed. dictated and he was ready to Beach Republican dub, each to dat $12.123 with last month'

telllnf! me that he was playing cards with the send a Christmas card this year "I was much Impressed with "I'D vote for Johnson" F..r- accept the consequence If JW; Thomas Scott Jr., M. D., contributors Emory Lyons, $100;
.
fellow at night, so I took baby-alttlng jobs] while he west to the fellow who didn't tend ua the aerlousneaa of Sen. Gold- render aald. "even though I'm nothing else did this avowal of Daytona Beach, $25; Joseph Barry James Murphy, William Ake....

out A few days ago>> I found out that he had been seeing one last year. water and Congressman Miller not In accord with bit admin-* a principle did convince me Daytona Beach, $17.50; EarlSpringer Evelyn Careen an Ormond

another girl. I five him back bit rln,. H* begged and Tht popularity of light-colored! They feel that with tht giant trttlon'a policy on Cuba. Cold- that my vote would go to Goldwater. Daytona, Earl Young Beach, each $30: ; and Mrt. Newton

pleaded' and Said he dldat know what made him go out raincoat la partly explained by effort the Republicans Can gala wtter has done nothing positive ." Land DeLand. each $1; Mel Ott, De D. White, Daytona Beach,

en me. He wants a second chance. Should I take him the (act their wearer have a control of the Haute of Representative In 12 year *i a aerator" The civil rights Issue also $15: George Mlkulek. New $"to); Kennert). Priest and M.

back and maybe find out he ttlll chtats after we art romaatlc hop that bystanderswill and win additional Ernest Cdlcer, t Miami' nurtervman was Important to a Tamps motel Smyrna, Joseph Barry, Daytona ,C Sutton, both Ormond Beach
Beach each $3:I; Mra. J. M.
married? mlttak them for an FBI lean In the Senate. I will do and his wife, like Johnson owner who didn't want Isis Welt Daytona Belch $2.50 each $25.OacafD.
DISTURBED bound o II a secret everything to help." name used because "there's no ;
.
agent Incumbent
for another 11. Paplneau
la
DEAR DOTtBBED If 'M have any d...... .*.* reason we askl,' for trouble." Marilyn Wilson Ormond Beach.
But perhaps tht most Import.
mission.
constable
more liberal and hat better *2 Peggy Hurd District 1 DeBary
; Daytona
Ms. ability to keep kill marriage *"" deal marry him! Plump girls are the easiest to ant l.cHb.t the House Inveitl- "That civil rights law that $8 Mrs. Reach thawed total of $210 expenditure
; Roger Getting. Or
rtwand b ftxtstnnW.MAR .. borrow money from. They're gallon disclosed was that Commercial Trial Johnson forced down the throat mond Beach $750; and L. L and $464 contribution all previously
more likely to fall for a hard Solvents, contrary to Ita Espionage of the people of the United MacQueen DeLand. $10. reported.
ABBY My wile and t recently moved to California luck atory.Bankers denials, had been notified of States la he wont piece of Dean Smith, Democrat, can

from New York State. We bought t nice little home and dentists are the ..' fradulent tank deala mnr Slated To Degiu legislation that has ever been STATE RACE dldat for District\ I county commission

In the Sin Fernando Valley. Moat-of our neighbors are member of modern. society who than a year before hit assert"The pasted anywhere la the world," J. Kermit Coble. Democrat: reported total expend!*
about our age (Billet). but right next doer Uretired h* aald. State Representative Group I .
years moat to bt regarded a subcommittee's Inveitl- NEWARK NJ.AP) Neither turet 'of $8,626 with $9.000 de
older couple. Whenever I am outiide doing anything lathe But Mrt. Al Holt reported! total expenditures $1.-
well a white OIIit
kale fellow met They gallon disclosed. Congressmen a presidential campaign *.d.- all financed by bint*
la
yard the man comes: out to "help" me. He a Jacksonville 694 and total'contrbutonl '
housewife of
for tear that because of who Investigated wrote, "that said wit
but talkative, and at expert en everything. worry nor a nun.nt.dropped w $1,941 Contributor
pleasant, guy listed this
shell vote for Johnson
the nature of their Joba no one BUlle Sol Cites submitted forged because GOP CANDIDATE
further
east la sufficient scenes to
he hat the
Gltdftla,. building repairing. Name It. and not In of month Include Dr. C &L Crouch.
really love them for them notes to Commercial Solvents a* spite alt backing ofthe Hubert
wall for postpone the trial here .f H. Jacoba. Republicancandidate
tools and the know-how. He M.* me building a civil\ right Durward B. Smith Ed Clark
ministers have collateral for hit Indebtedness act.
took selves. Many two men accused of espionage, for District I counrtJnlmlaalOIIfI'
ear barbecue pit and he ran right out and over. "I James B. Hall William H. Barrlson
doat -
to "help"me. thin feeling too. and that such notes were returned t VS. District Court Judge has Just car for Gold- reported total expenditures -
Evry time I got to work on It, h* came out water," she Jr.. an Daytona Beach.each ,
40 the man to Kite under unusual paid "I dont like total
After average )
ruled. of $2.m with
H* finally finUhed the )lob while I Ut on the ground his staid $100: wmiam A. Faust
civil
Ilka a moron. How can I let him know that some peopledo rarely notice when his wifeIwqH circumstances. The trial of John W Butenko, en rights; he Daytona Beach $300; Eugene contributions 12.T33. September
things for the exercise and enjoyment of It, and not a new hat. And he la unlikely "Mayaard Wheeler presidentof 39, Oraage aa American engineer voted against" the bin. m vote Hodges New Smyrna Beach contributor* listed were Joke

Jut to get them finished? I wouldn't want to hurt his to notice It at all If she Commercial\ Solvents, and /and Igor A. Ivaaov 14, a for Johnson. $120; Rita Phelps Holly Hut, Pool. A. Fr Powell both DeLand
ledlngs. He la old enough to be my father change* the flavor of her lip plank Cain, an attorney forPacific Rutsiaa chauffeur, now la William E. Scheuj a .'-- $100; George Pastore. South each $100; Ralph IL Clayton

NEWCOMER stick. Finance Co. gave directly It'IItdultd't,, begin la U.S. District \llle advertising\ fIIIfl'UIIIIld Day 10 a a. $100; Earl Loo- Orvllle Wr>den. D. Is[. Lacky.
DEAR NEWCOMER I And perhaps MUMM** aughtI. Lawyers are never dull when contradictory testimony with Court Friday. h* would vote for Goldwater be- man. Ormond Beach $100! Robert all DeLand. each $20: DeBary

lei YOU knew thai MM .*..>. "." .,. te hV a.t they tell the truth That It 1 why respect' to stttementa allegedly' The two are. accused of conspiring raua he thinks the Republican L. Wilson Daytona Beach Republican Cub $25; Al Adam.

be auM they wail to a** the Jb dme, but banes tk+jrre It I I. more fun to lurtea to them made by Wheeler C a I a' a to transmit vital defense U more firmly la favor of Integration W; W. W. Lee Robert A. Mef.rU Fred Scott. Jerry Benwj: R. 0.

lady a4 wart ctnttaay. B. firm, a*, kind !I. ynirrtruUI when' they're out of court account of what Wheeler said Informatloa to the Soviet Union. teas la Johnson. >..Dot R. Wsrren, an Daytona BoHen. William Bailey, Ralph

to M him taM ever, M M him bang armed You are bound to live longer tends to portray Commercial They were arrested last Oct 2* I admire Ian iColdwater because Beach, each $50! } U W. SummerBt Morton, and Earl Cook an DeI.aD4.

sad talk beravii chafe ......W- all U ...... (r. 6. if you drink a quart of warm :n4venta aa an equal sad knowing hi aa Englewimd train ataUou. A be I* for Integration and m. Daytona Beach $3; each $10 and Lloyd Black

Ot. day YOU may retire.) _water after every dry martini. partner in Cate schemes. brief case containing Air Force has constantly stand for his be- James O. Baldwin Crescent welder El.Laud. and Eddie! Rob-
Wheeler, on the other hand liefa aad principle\ whereat bin Emporia. each $5.
document was seized by FRI CIty, S. C, 1:20: ; J. F.Mccynum.
DEAR ABBY' We have a dear little girl who was *.*.* *****.*. denied he had any knowledge or siesta at the time of the arrest Jabaana baa switched for the Iceland Lena M. Meyer; 'Day Katkerin Odh:m. Democrat.

horribly disfigured through an unfortunate accident. We suspicion of possible Irregular- *. bt political. advantage" Schea toss Beach, and Phoebe C. incumbent Supervisor of RegU

plan to lave plastic surgery done en her fare aa aooa hbr.b.1, .toI twr.as./.l Jab utura.teurtasamle tie la Eatea' operations. A last minute motto for a said I deal think Johtsoa la Fraaka. Ontood Beach, each traI or, reported BO new expend-
M the doctor advtaea that Ibo la reedy for it. Lately! she f._ a-" ....*..'i.. ... The subcommittee found It"difficult" two month adjournment was sincere la his desire to anNe the 110. tore since the $391 previously
beam hysterical at the mere mention e| returning to .., U4 hit""" .' says the report "to racial problem. reported) sad .contributor
i tIS *..(* w....... made by defense lawjert Manaay Oeha It Smiley, incumbent ao new
ached. It win be her second year Her first was tragic .. ItA".. n.rl'N .NM accept WheeJer-t denial that la just been the scheduled MUa Mart Lee .f Jackie. n* n*
WI... very yang children just de not undrtan a pa'ljw1."Pee. lata., nil iY had any luspleioa whatsoever tIrrIII&larltlH tart. el tat triaL vine a Nefr dAmeatie wtrker. Pubtt butjnmiaa. reported 01 w.

sad they made ( her. Waat JuU t Miaa: AhkyTB .. \ ." V.S. Ptatiet Court Judge said th* has meal etwIUeat uJAaM. aew eeatnau&ea* ao. Vtlutia Hatpital Authority -
Is a wry nM. medera ubUe adiMi with a wit ef Nit .,.: -.,'" "Jr. ..... Jaat This la the evtdeftee a the Antaeay T. Au tm dismissed Vat *M. the ervflrlgttt rare*. or expea* taM1 tIt Eugene A. Davla.PSry. .

ewdprtul and etfldeM! tAc/a. I ajelttti to */**iUalaU ..: ;:w. .. company .headed ay Gelawatar'aItaUtaat the anoHM bat granted the de- Off Ut trhiag 'to a* with W'In1.rerun.: aid Dr. H. R. WI:)*'.
*t tk4 ehOOea. hut *ur hide girl u Mr lint e.e tIr.iI.! .11r4.... ,. "..... ..'.. campaign treasurer fuse aa ad4ttoaal three day*. V.- Dr- t-ta -EUner D ua, both.DeUad. re-
attar****. Should X talk with tte rtai *l? Bow wtvtld I or1 ':t' t'inY11r'rtlrltTf ULLUVS unrs fcrt a Ngr )Jaaitor ta Tafla- drew Tea. write-la aaialnst passed M .xa.uee and ae CMtrtbutloa -
a w, Smiley
M about liT f.b.__ Mew e.y1"tr sa.a.t.,t. ...... The subcommittee I.I a d The alcokofl la typieeJIy hate said passage of tile rtvUright $11. etpmdinir. Reported Ceorg* Ududoa repotttd -
MRS. LILLIAN t.DCAS ... 1. ....... ..- "..,..tlal evidence. that Billle much. nor ....11I.. .. crto- act had tlftalttoly teO sloiblwJmu and $11.1.la' M.W ha 'espnsM a4
..... I.t Tea ..... nieie treMeaiMft u Uftll! Coarrbtreotl ka
yw eared alt **U DaaaMd. Xaihl Gould rePorted -
I .. tseOs. ?MA *U tI! *it Sat Istee: paid bribe to em dun rrjectloa: led anger than .thlaldicv"Doat deeded BI parrUsa CIvic ***
aft* KtoelpaJ r1M ..*,. AU tf i yrUJrM .alb. aN Nt TM:= tl eat ployes II tome private firma .tocooMctk k tko ibaJf> IIoI1r, says the! use my crane __lilt lion. $iO J. AIaoc\a.\ $U la op** ** aaJ aUfiaaaecd. -
: H.
........ uA the cMMt sMU. gt hip hi eefag 0.'s. 11 Hi "". act Pieketn. Daytoaa
yea .. ..n. 0. t.n asL efta with hU fraudulent Florida Alcoholic RehabilitationProgram. J1Iltt Reed h* *.M'Iwt nguUg Beech. 521 L. U (Lac)) Jacob Ti.a
With ... '1MiW'. e...*.>J MM ad wntmiit h** .s.rel alas, sub to vot. far Jotoao" : Kathleen aar-. ,..,.. $131 expensees u4 .u a
tNR However, the holly
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rift S BtUHtt FUUDA( ) SUN KM TUESDAY, OCTOIU I, 1U4 4y1 v t Retie Malono
isy, ; ? : CFrlI UIDY/ WU Presbyterian


Is Speaker At Women's Group

,
*\\i\) Church Guild Hear Speakers


r.: / for Women The Rev Patrick J. Malone, Mrs. Edwin C. William.. pieti

tr\\ pastor of St. Peter' Catholic dent and Mr. Herman E. Long,
sm.DKEn aTPNTstK. teller t huixh. wa the guest speaker secretary of the North Presby
.t the dessert mating of the St. ferial, spoke before a well attended
ifeinabaa Guild; St. Barnaba meeting of the Woman'l
VFW Receives i piscopal Church yesterday. lathe I Association of Westminster
Auxiliary
parish house Knifed Presbyterian Church recently
He spoke on the "RomAn Cath

1 Candidates As Members rv ; ..eA olio Faith," and remarked that I I Their subject was the recent
good things may be expected National Triennial at Purdu
tram ecumenical movement i University The high lights of the
There la one set of law givenby I meeting were presented a* wen
Mrs. Julia Pas and Mrs. )Juice and cookies served at the r y r eA God through the Bible whichwe as some of the choir music by
Annie Gariepy were acceptedInto blood bank. Mr*. Dicey Smith's I all hare However each 1 it r mean of a record player. They
membership last night during letter of resignation as one year person must worship and serve told why the meeting was he-Id.
the meeting of the Ladies trustee wa accepted and an cod according to hla own con who went to It and what was
Auxiliary to Dickinson.Tompldnc election will be held at the Oct. vlclioni and belief. We cannot accomplished there.
Post 2380 at the VFW Post Home. It meeting give up fundamental conceptsor/ 1\11'1. Flnley Griuett, acting
Communications received and Mr. Neola Stout reported 15wa good fellowship. Ecumenical chairman of the nominating com
read by Jacqueline Fargo secretary turned In from the recent ) Councils main purpose it to update .'., presented the following
were: a ballot to elect two card party for the cancer fund Kai ; I the Catholic Church. TI1eYmay d( date of officers for the coming
trustees for the VFW National and Mis. Gladys Zelgler, .rehabilitation be side effects of the com i l'' year who were unanimously
Home at Eaton Rapids, Mich. chairman turned. InS J rc E Ilnr closer of the Catholic and elected. They were: Mn. Cllf
and an ammendment to the by $ from the previous week Mr*. z Protestant faiths. One result of ford D. Corey, president; Mrs.
laws The local auxiliary holdsa Bertha Klngsley reported that s.At1tJr s. the council Is that Bishop aa Howard Wing secretary and
Life Membership which makesIt 116 wa made on the 40 and I &i's. well a* the pope will haw the treasurer. : Mi-*. J, F. McHendry.
eligible to vote on all such supper held recently and she right to participate In church publicity chairman; Mrs Elects
... A membership bulletin also turned In $43 from the regular w ruling A second result I* that ,ETA AEAtlNDmRAINI- Downey, historian; Mrs. Albert
from Mr*. Clarice Yar- Friday night suppers A donation y t! hereafter pans of the !Mans will Lee, program chairman; Mrs.
borough. Orlando, chairman for of 130:; was made to the J be said In the language of the NO OlIn IAlDlSlUSARU J Briuett. world service chairman
the department of Florida. VFW Post and $5 was paid toward country. ; Mrs. Paul Crtman. fetlowihlp -
Two letter from Mi-. Geneva the 'Janitor tervlc In (Chart chairman Mrs Peter S.
Hoffman. VAVS representativeat Mr. Margery James, Mr. Delegates Go To Democratic Women's Club Convention Mrs George Andrew, first vice Larson was elected to succeedMl
Lake City VA Hospital thankIng Gen Palmer, Mrs. Elizabeth preildent and program chairman Social Ncas. ** Alice Schaefer whose term
the Casael and Mr*. Alene Greene at the meeting
for the .
/ auxiliary donationto Seven members of the Went Voluala Democratic Woman'a Club plan to leav.hI.. week to attend presided expire la December
purchase tray covers for the were welcomed back after along The Rev. Canon LeRoy D. Lawson Guest Introduced and welcomed
The conclave
the convention of the Democratlo Women Club of Florid. starts Thursday and continue
Christmas dinner for patients absence.It through Saturday at the Algiers Hotel In Miami Beach. Pictured above, left to right, Barbara rector gave the Invocation and Comments were Mrs. Edwin O'Dell
and a request for funds to help was announced that there Sullivan Ella DeBerard. who Is a candidate for president of the Democratic Women's Club of Flor and Mil. I, If. DuPuy led ,11'1. Conrad Pout, Mrs. John J.
sponsor the Fall Carnival which will be an audit of the book of Ida, and president of the local Democratic Womman'a Club; and Edna Lowery Standing from the devotional. Forbes, Mrs. A. G. Candler, Mrs.
will be Oct. 15. The auxiliary Is the auxiliary treasurer and the BennetL (Sun Ntva Photo Hunter During the business scuba. William and Mrs. Long.
left, Ruth Bltt Sue Marvel Ona O. Wells and Dorothy by ) .= :::Tie. esfeal,sod
lending 110 toward the refresh.ments. kitchen committee at the homeof It was announced that a 56 china N.' .. o.N..I.I 11- N ....... Mrs. George Bailey led the
Mr*. Lollie Clark this mornIng place setting has been purchased! e.. ta *IM Mal Wool devotions and offered the Bene.
A thank.you' letter was received Mrs. Green invited the Best Sellers St. Johns Observe with trading stamp, more book rot. e.Se...MMr4. Mil M MwiMr.It seer. === diction. Mrs. Forbes played
VolutlaHotpltal *
from the Red Cross blood members to a demonstrationparty Firth, Wett are. needed for card table ,. **, ..-.. dial nor 4.Mtt.Til. 'Living for Jesus' by C Harold
bank chairman for the 115 donated at her home Thursday Record Miss Elsie: Jamison announced LowoVn and 'Make Me A Bless*
to be used for the fruit moraine.HwpltaJ. Reviewed At 50th Anniversary following meetings were. and 1\1rGP Festival, log," by George S. Schuler.
1160: Talton Ave. have returned
PUnaedMis. United Church Women
TrIp I scheduled: Mrs. Corey wa la charge of
Tile r.e.we- .s.Y seas M
from extended visit with
Past Chiefs Slate Jeanette Klngsley hospital ..... -Oat l- .saes W Mr and Mr. Raymond R. Oct. 14: are meeting Community an the program which wa followed
relative and friend
In Virginia
...... I
chairman, sent list of PKead 1a. M..s Methodist Church Day by a social period with Mrs.
a
St. John 3.10 S. Boulevard, will
Covered Dish Supper article on hand for the Lake DWC Meeting"None fWI'MerIaI; observe their 50th wedding annl tona Reach Oct. 21: local meeting and Maryland French F.mmons: and Mrs.

Members of the Jenny B. Past City Hospital and plans were ADMISSION \PI..IOY tomorrow They were St. Parnabas Episcopal Mrs lawrence Nerlo. N. Homer Slater 1I00Ie.*.*.
Chiefs Association Pythian SI*, started for a trip to the hospital.Mrs. Dare Call Treason. ," Herbert T 1.rkllon.0.1: S. entertained last Sunday with a Church election of ofllN' !Stone St. left yesterday for a visIt .ilTho hln'bar1M: -.: .
tens, will hold a covered dish Ev* Ray donated a 3x5 and "A Texan Look At Lyndon." noundary Ave., The Towers; dinner party at Rvmala Res- Nov. I; Woild Community' .DRy with relative In New England, dense Jr.. (.... U i). McDsaM. .
supper at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Flag to be presented by the two best sellers which have Mr. Lawrence Seeber. Route taut ant. Mr. and Mn. Howard .t DeBary' Methodist Churi United h.The and a visit to the Woild Fair. Mane F.. Neale.King's .
of Foreign. War Pal Home. Americanism chairman to the made attack on a broad spectrum two. Unit I; Mr*. Arthur L. Edmund Forbes were hosts to the affair .Ingathering of
corner of Euclid and Alabama Oakdale Cemetery on Oct. 27, of American Leaden *. 733' W Rich Ave., Unit Mi. and Mn St. John cameto Thank Offering will be held at a I MlM Alk* )1.o(1Inl..k of
Ave. Each member attending Navy Day. were reviewed yesterday at the II; Mn. Sally Fanny Mosey, 1625 make their home In DeLand Corpoiate Communion on (k9.29 I Emouth Devonihlie England, Beauty Shop
Mr, and
of
Is asked to bring a covered dish Mn. Marie Root announced luncheon meeting of the Democratic W. Euclid Ave, Unit II; Louis about 10 yeas' ago from Cleveland at 10 a m. la the hounegueit .
It announced that the Mrs Welch. N Arlington ,... .
that of the members are was Morgan ttE' N aws Iabsv. .1SPECIALI
many of West
of food and their own table sere Woman' Club Shukler Lake Helen, Unit U. Ohio. The couple was married will ,sans T11deM
ice. making doll to be presented to Volusla. Dr. Gerald Crltoph associate DISMISSALMis. Of. 7, 1414 In Ceveland.Ohio Episcopal Cliurch Women Ave.
S children for the holidays and professor of American Oscar E. Ormand, Astor; by Dr, William Bustard have' a coveted Huuse dish Oct.luncheon 13: .t In HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAYTO $5
exhibited: one that Mn. Ruth Studies at Stetson University Mn. Gerald V. Roberts, Astor; pastor of the Euclid: Ave. Bap- (.nll'l':TO\ bury : Shirley Hufhra.' Jeaane Ma- $10 WAVI
EitI made. was the luncheon speaker at the Mn James R. Walker. DeLand tint Church. Mr St. Juhn via 11 a m. Mine halley, IUI erl Call Jr.. >ew.
.
f One !* welcomed were 4 Openers
Mn. Stout was appointed Calico Kitchen Restaurant.Dr. Mobile Homes; Charles F. See- employed by the Cleveland Plain "
Brook' Amli'ew Mn. Charles. ;;mnlnld N. Apel.tm..l Mecesssry
chairman of the department Critoph noted that these Icy, Deltona. Dealer, a Cleveland newspaper. P m. Member' that
4 project to raise money for Cancer book al'e passed oft by their HV !Memorial He hold a life mrmbeishlp In Oil*, Mrs, Florence I llulchlns, the association duPe are payabm SHAMPOO 4 SIT $UO
Aid and Research and Mrs. and Mini Frince Whitney of October,
the month
through
publishers as historical documented MIRI.OW RON the Lake County Reel 1 Estate _.
Mrs ( Ormalne, Mr
will continue to work for orge -- -- -
-
GOlDEn ,, Zelgler analyses of the leadership Mr and Mrs. James Mai'low, Board In Ohio being a realtor ,
cftoum the aid of the family who were In the United States but .,'11 S. Stone St. are the parents for U >'ear*. M,... St. JohnIs J. S WomiNon" and Mr*. W. WMiNeely

TRUSS recently burned out. that neither passes the most basic of a son weighing seven pound., the former Ruby Phllihs.Cclcbiatlng were *piolnteda| committee : !WE'RE
luxurious Following the meeting Mrs.Zeigler tests of historical wilting 12 ounce, born at 10 a.m. Oct. 5. the occasion with serve on a nominating : AS
for the of selectIng
and Mr*. Melanie Mun- ADMISSION (he honmeea and the hunts I ptiinna
RUPTURE COMFORT and that neither of the books la were -
slate of officers for 13
1.Nr .Nee _.sans. e"de..ed shower were eo.llo.leIiH for the honestly documented. The authors Jesse H. M('Knight, Flagler Mr and Mr, Clarence Jersey a .
AS YOURPHONE
'_ .... ---- ---- NEAR ,
r" .N.d eso.IW
s.wM. d.ua MM .Naed. social hour. he said "have exposed Beach' ; JohnS. Krlder Jr.. 813 S. and their daughter Kim Or I'
.......M.ke. .,. -_- .I....ti-nMwaV. _. It was announced that Mn. themselves Instead of the men Amelia Ave.t Roger Thrtatt 713 mad Beach; Mr and tilts At Meeting Of IPN '
district
Nora Jan
I.wad.....M.5M4.Iratsw.Y1. GUleipl eight they tried to expose." W. Minnesota Ave, Jersey, Oimond Beach, Mr. and N
president. will make her of. Introduced DMMISHAM Mil Arthur Lamme Daytona Slated At WVMH ,
Dr. Critoph wa* by i
Volusia Pharmacy tidal volt to the local auxiliary Morland who Mn. Elsie Parsons, !MM N.Stone Reach Mn. !Mabel Haywimd.DvLand .
Mi-s. Richard w.aIII
at the meeting Oct. 19 and Mr. of the St.; Mn. Emily Caress .1ra. Ruth llelmlik and All member of the Licensed
111 W. BIT*. DcUaa. FU. Eerie and Mn. Ray will be cahaters. Catherine charge Odham.program.Volusla 408 Bennett Ave.; Stephen Mathew daughter Alice, and Mr. and Practical Nurses, Dlv 29 are. I ormwaComplete
... Robbins, Mn. St. John Cuatls,
County supervisor of registration DeBary.DeBary Raymond reminded of the meeting at I
also spoke on the program pm. Wednesday at the West 1 Appliance
explaining the ballot and the 'tt'OTM Schedule I Volusla Memorial Hospital Conference
Club
use of the voting machine. Konm. t.
OCTOBERONE Precinct committeewomen Introduced The Mooseheart Committee of This Is an Important meeting l REPAIRS and SERVICE
were Edna Lowery, ScoresTen the Women of the Moose will at plans will be completed for ,
Sue Marvel Evelyn Dzlck Mary Bridge sponsor a pot luck supper Satur the forthcoming rummage tale f .0* MM AH Iran*
Leery, day Maxwell and Byrd day Serving will Hart at 1.30: planned for Friday and Saturday I j '
I Hlrglnbotham. tables were In play yet- p ro. and continue" till AU those at 1191. Florid Ave" the former I tUSONAIlf WO* AU WORK CUAIANTO9W
New members attending the terday afternoon at the Denary I planning to attend are reminded Beacon Dairy location. Every .
meeting were Ann Meek Mn. Bridge dub held at the recreation to bring a covered dish of fund. one Is asked to bring any Ar* Mst satisfied links. TM An"
WEEK Gordon Gill, Mary Hemlnger, hall of the Denary Fir Sta 'I Beverage, meat and bread will article, Including while elephant
llfJp J Mn. Robert Cover, Mn. Harry tion. Mia Ethel: Johnson w.* be furnished by the committee. article, to the meeting. For
ONLY! Davlsoa and Mn. Joe P. AI11ton. director. A donation of tl will be acceptedfrom pickup article contact Mrs o & (0 APPLIANCES
North south winners were those not contributing Tommy Downing, 7M 02(1. Plans !
Mn Fred Manctnlk an- Mn. A. G. Besom and Phil De- will aim M discussed for tot '
OCT. 5-10 pounced that Mn. Fulbright. Retard tint Ruth alga and Dianlhut Cirri Christmas Tarty. ta,I Ml West New Yffk A,.. (Oaptlt, Wtiteeti.
wife of Senator t ."uJbrIht. will Mr.. J, D. Cornell second: E. There will bs a board meeting I (k.**U Calr) MMM 7)Vf 400
Member of the Dianthu Circle 11 |
be In this area about the middleof Z Wallets and Mr*. Robert preceding the meeting (t 1:;TOtaurant.
October and suggested a tea Mcholl. third; Mr and "1'1. J, of the Carded dub of De-
Our BigOnceAY or coffee be given In her honor. B. Baker fourth. Land will meet for the tintIIII'f'tInc Memhet of the executive
ar Mn. Arthur Sullivan is la chargeof Eautweit. winners wen': Mn. of the season at 12:10p board will be hosteuea for I h
at Rymal'i \**. the "Dutch Treat" luncheon.
m. Thursday
Sale of arrangements assisted by Frank Holder and Mn. E. E. __m _
Mn. Manclnlk. Anderson, tint; William G. Lull
Fine Furs! Delegates named to attend the and Mr*. William Hlbbard, second s a PIIOOUtf fit ( SOIpa j0Nr5e>tJ LJlCWlIUCUqThe ) $MGS01rr
State convention of the Democratic : Mn. Edna Rtllly and Mn.
r Women's dubs of Florida, George Croake, third; Mn.
la the Algiers. Hotel. Miami Mary Cook aad Mn. Loutlla
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candidate for president of the The next duplicate game will
Democratic Women' Clubs of be held Monday Oct. 12. providing
Florida. Barbara Sulllv. Edna there win be a special else
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NEW> MEMBERS INTRODUCED fate t DEUNO) (nORIDA) SUN NEWS TUESDAY OCTOBER 6,19&4 !


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Garden Club Meet


HSS. ADAM WILIER : IlDlII'ELD ODGUIII

DEBAET MO 14419 CNTEftrBISB NO M9SSHonor I
DEBARY:; The DeBary Car hers stressed the planting of
I den Club met at the Community native palms along the highway
-- Center Friday with Mr. Preston through DeRary. In the near

McBcan, president, welcom- future. There will be' :21 palms
Court Ins the member after the guminer planted on each side of the highway
: i recesi. She also led the about! 200 feet apart cre
'collect' and asked silence In sting a beautiful highway I
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memorv: of Mm Leafy Watt. through) the town. A donationof
There were nix guests present, $200 has been received to

Is Staged By and Mrs, James Duffy secretary help defray some of the! expensesto ,. ,
gave her report followedby the garden club and as this
i that of the corresponding Is a community beautification

gerretan1 Laura Arrlngton. project, the members were asked I.. .
The beautiflcatlon cnn mittee to hold card parties In their I '' ,1, 4n .' ,(!
Scout TroopDEBARY I chairman Mrs. William Lake- homes to swell the club'i treas I ;t <. 4qn,. ,, .,....
man In her report to the mom ury. "'I' I: ,

II I HORTICTLTtKE: REPORT f' '.\ i 't '
Mrs. James V Richard '
? : Boy Scout Tronp DcBrv her report on horticulture gave and \ : : : : '

560 DeBary held a court of : asked the members to get started [ : : : .

honor and covered.dish supper : on their projects ... .. .. :. ..lJ.d. .11 .tl
Wednesday evening at the De i PersonalsDCRARY Mrs. McBean again asked for

Buy Fire Recreation Hall. Joseph I .: 1, help from the! membership In getting STUDENT ARTIST Melissa Ehler a student at I
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Brenner was chairman. Officer things started for the flow
Mrs CharlesBrrtsrh Tavares High School is shown with one of her
paintings
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presiding were Tom Albert er show In the spring. Mrs. Gregy .
I 'j J, of Eldorado Drive\ returned !: "Autumn Breeze. Miss Ehler'i art teacher li
district executive scout- Keesrnit h gave a resume of I
from a visit to Goldshoro, Miss Mary Brechauer. She has been considered for a
Rioter P. F Kelley Lewis Earl \ the recent convention they attrndinl I
N. C 'She 'three weeks
spent) full-paid scholarship in art.
Annie institutional representative as delegates. Mrs. James
there, taking side trips to places
Weal <( of Interest in the area
George Gerling and Jack Jack by Mrs. Clyde V. Wood. DERARY GROUP MEETS
David Runkle Is at home hut
IOJ!. The Invocation was given ard. chairman of the flower
will have to take It easy for
by George Gerling and Jack DEDICATE: METHODIST HOME The Rev Jesse E. Waller, president of the some time. We wish him a show
Jact/
Hag visitors to the Home during the dedication\ servfce held Sunday. Bishop James W. and Mrs. Vernon Catoe cuttings need to and get entries started, and early asked on Legion Post Plans Set

Joseph Brenner Introduced Henley dedicated the seven new buildings for the service of. children and youth in visited! 'the World's Fair whileon Mrs. Angel Diaz chairman of I
Tom Albert who spoke to the Florida. their trip :North and spenta
artistic arrangements, to speak
scouts on being trustworthy and good deal of time In White
becoming good citizens In.' the Plains, N. Y., visiting Mrs. Ca. to the member. : I I

community.could help make Ht told this them a better they DERARY GROUP MEETS' Convention toe s sister RMITm: and RETLUN her family. about Miss a Emer book by Johnston'Peter; Lakes spoke : To 'Get Out The Vote'I i iI

that she would like the to
world. Mr. and Mr. Thornton Smith group I I

Lighting a candle, Mr. Albert returned from a trip North that read. i
Plans ToldDEBARY NEW MEMBERS:
beard James Randall give the Legion Auxiliary. Hears took them to the New York Four new members were DEBARY Herbert D. Glbb ed to Renaldo Blond, a post
presented
Scout's Oath and presented him World Fair and Rallev Island, by Mrs. Herman Batson. Post 259 American Legion De member Bernie Wilferd and
with the tenderfoot badge! He The DeBary Arts Maine. They visited Mr. and who stated she had eight new Bary, at its regular meeting Walter Braunle for saving a mall
In turn pinned a miniature pin on and Crafts Club met at the De Mrs. Edward Alcorn of DeBary members but only four were able passed! a motion to help get out trapped in his car when it went
his .mother' dress. The followIng Bary Mansion House for Its at their cottage In Derry, N. H, to attend the meeting. Two members the vote This was recommendedby into Lake Marie.
are scouts': Curtis Carlson Delegate To Girls State monthly meeting with Arthur then crossed over Into Vermont.En renewed their memberships the Amf'rlcaJvalon head On Oct. 26, the Volusia County
Mont Lacy. Buddy Baker Alan Bennet presiding Thursday route home to Naranja Road, ; Mrs. Luther Tarbell and quarters. Six post member executive meeting ot American
Sullivan, David Sullivan Ran morning. DeRary they visited places of Mrs. Alex Bremncr. have volunteered to give Nov. i 3 Legion will be held at the

dolph Sullivan Gerald Sullivan, Following the secretary's re.port interest In many states, Mrs. Lynn Reed said the members to the voters Three cars will go Community Center Denary
Frank Miller, Moxie Miller, Star DEBARY American Legion trlct 5 have reported a 100 per the president asked the Mr and Mrs Howard Greenof had been asked to decoratethe to the Republican headquartersand Commander Virginia Harrisonwill
Scout Joseph Crlstbeiegr, Rich Auxiliary, Unit 259 held its cent membership. members to get their entries Bonita Road returned from I tables at the DrBary Mansion three cars to the Democratic have charge of the meeting.The .
ard Ceding Robert Scott who regular meeting at the Community Highlight of the evening was started for the coming show In a summer spent in Charlotte, I: House during the conventionto headquarters post colors were draped la
was presented whit seveial Center, Mrl. William the report ot Mill Patricia Anna connection with the conventionat Vt.. at their cottage. Stopping to be held by the Florida Federation If you are unable to go to the black for 30 days, and the post .
awards Doug Stewart Joseph Williams, president announcedthe Blondi sponsored by AuxiliaryUnit the Mansion House! headquarter visit their children en route to of Art Inc., In November polls to vote and want a ride observed 30 seconds of silence j.. I
Vlckeri' Timmy Sale William shelter at Alexander Springs 259 as a delegate to Girls In Denary The Denary Denary, they visited Gertrude N. 1'11f'lIhpr\ headquarters. A for Comrade John ClUlg, a member
Vlckeri and Explorers Richard. picnic area had been reservedfor State at Tallahassee. She wa Room and the Community Center Rose at Durham N C., who Mrs. C. E. Butler presentedMrs. Legionnaire will pick you lip of Post 259.
Cleveland and Steve Jackson the hours from noon to 2 p,m.on Introduced by Mrs. M. Hoffmlre will want new paintings and drove back to DeBary with them Alice F, Smart of Lees- and return you home Phone 6684486 The Rev. Hubert M. Thomas

Joseph Chrlstberger received Saturday,. Got, 47, fns'unit 'who handled .ill. details preparatory ,ceramics. hire. M. Phillip of Community.Drive burg: 'noted author and lecturer for Democratic. headquarters pastor of the First Baptist
the second class award from and post members and their to the trip. Purpose of Clinton Sommer designed! the visited hl'r'children In : on gardens, who narrated and 68 M21 for Republican Church of Denary, has Invitedall
Tom Albert, and he In turn pin. families. They will meet'at the.! Girls Slate I I. to help young cover on the Convention Guide Rochester N. Y.. with a side and! showed color slides headquarters veterans to attend church
ned a miniature pin on hi.mothet' DeBary Plaza at 10 a,m.-for the peopltt'in'become! bettor citizens hook and\ At Merrer also a trip to Saratoga! Springs; N. Y, Ref\ enhments and a snoUl! Letters thanks are going nut service\ Sunday Oct. 8,'at 11 a.m.
dress. drive to the picnic grounds by teaching them about government Denary member, did some draw Fn route home, she stopped at hour followed. The buffet table to Ed Redman lor donating ITS: Each year, on the Sunday before
Robert Scott received from Bring your own picnic lunch and -city, county. and state. Ing on another booklet Both are rrsnford. N. J", tllslt'\ with I was overlaid with a white cloth paperback books to the VA Veterans Day all veterans attend -
Mr. Corbttt his first class badge enjoy a day of fun. Over 264 girls from all over outstanding artists In the! De- Mrs. P. Burnett's family centered with an arrangement by hospital at Lake City, and also to church If'rvIn\ memoryof

and the tar pin. Former scoutmaster Mri. Olga Crosby! AmericanIsm Florida were organized Into two nAry Arts and Crafts club. BONEKER TRIP Laura Arrlngton!: of fall berries Mrs. Eleanor Johnquist president departed comrades. Please
Jack Jackson presented chairman urged all eligiblemen different political parties. ,We Mrs George!: Brooks asked for Mr and 1011'.. Fred Roneker flanked by white frosted candles of the! DeBary Library who plan to attend this service
award to the following: Robert and women to register and are glad to report our charming reservations for the luncheons spent three months visiting In In crystal holders. Silver and gave; 128 books to the library at
: Patricia elected t to nit and banquet and asked Viola Long Island and the World'iFaIr. the Lake CIty VA hospital
wss city
Scott for cooking' swimming vote. Mrs Crosby slated there! crystal appointments completedthe
chief in the state election. Howard to accept the .reserva They also went to Pennsvlvanla BICYCLE: RACK Talk Planned
public health home repairs are those In our country who are! tnhln.Club. .
painting! first aid art and attempting to delete from the Among speakers addressing<< the tions. A fee of $1 enables members Indiana, Kentucky and Four Lerionnalres .rlun tn
various sessions were Gov of the club to attend any West! Virginia. They visited Mr make a hlc.cle.rark- hold 13!
crafts, flremanshlp and,scholarship : pledge of allegiance to the flag I
; Larry Hughes marksmanship the words "Under God" Farris Bryant and Dr. Gordon meeting of the convention\ The Ionekl'r"i grandson Brother Eugene Offers !hikes and to obtain permission) On Insurance'
Rlackwdl then of club will have three Ponrker who IS studying from Wilbur Miller to
,. nature citizenship public A, Joint Americanism program president DeBary place a
FSU Miss Btondl thanked the for the pile-thood at Dayton rack at the east end of the
health and flremanshlp; William Is being planned for the post and delegates.Isabella!: DEBARY Health
Vickers painting and nature; unit .at( the November meeting unit for making this experiencepossible. MrGill of Route t. University M.... John, Ohio Walkama of Pompano Voter-Help plaza School children who ride will be explained- to the insurance Denary
demonstration\ and talk their hikes to the and
take
Joseph Chrlatberger painting It was Voted to send a contribution gave a : plaza Chapter of the American
and to During octal\ hour, a cake on her technique in hooking the Beach visited her brother the bus (o school will! now have Association
health flremanshlp help defray expenses
public Inlay and sister Mr. and Mrs.Gf'tII"S:1 PEBARY DeBary Manor of Retired Persons Friday .
State decorated and Iv,. and protection for hikes
Inscribed "Girl Currier pictures their They
Steve Jackson. of( the American athletes to theOlympic .
home repairs; : Croake of Narcissus residents were" given voter a,- have Oct. 9, at 10 a.m. In the
In the colors blue been leaving them In.the
Legion rugs.
and beef production. Games in Tokyo this
dairying Nance, of the 1964! De Fire Recreation! Colom-
Drive as part on
held! In the i* parking and .
ThU 11I11 an Impressive .cere, summer. and white, was served by the A critique wes IIrf'a. some have ba Road
DEATH REPORTED Bary Republican Club campaign '
John committee member, Mrs. C E. nary Room by president Ben- been broken. .
of thcandles Mri.
Sunshine chairman
with the lighting ( Samuel
goon Lenny Blondl of Park Lane, to get potl'ntia1'ollr C. Boardman froma
every registered
and the last half of Mrs. The post and
Butler, Mrs William Brown net during auxiliary will
representing the scoutHaget Leon reported four getwell
Denary, flew to Rellevllle. NJ., and every qualifiedvoter have raauiuty'company in Chicago! .
their annual
Mr*. J, B. Kreis. McGUl talk. picnic at
ot the Scout's Oath. cards, seven birthday cards and Will be the
last week on receiving news of to exercise his voting Alexander Springs Saturday speaker Mr Board. i
two sympathy cards had been the death of his mother Mis. R. privilege Oct. 17 meeting at the DeBary man Is the director of Retired
dub Holds DanceDElWU' mailed to members.MM. TO LWC11 WITH PUPILS Biondi. Club member Judge Albert D Plaza at" W a.m. If you need Consolidated Group which bandies -
: Harry Lyon. rehabilitation Mr. and Mr. Phillip Retlly Williams and Earl Merrill met transportation ,oil commander underwriting of the AARP
The Saturday chairman read the minimum formerly of Kingston N.Y., are with the resident and staff of Williams or president Mrs. Rose group health Insurance policies. !
Night Dance dub of DeBary requirements for three VA ParentsENTERPRISE now living on Angeles Road with DeBary Manor Wednesday and Williams He will speak on "Health Insurance ,
School Invites
feed a dance with IT membeii hospitals in Florida which art their two daughters, Virginia explained registration and absentee TO CITE HEROISM: Coverage and Costs" A
attending and eight new mem almost doubt last v'ear's quota II I and Elizabeth: who are attending voting under Florida At the Nov S meeting medals question period will follow this
ben at the DeBary Community Hits laprobet, pillow cases and I school In DeLand. Mr. Retllyli Lawn Questions on special situations for heroic effort will be present- discussion
Center Oct. 3. Refreshment other articles art now being a plumber by trade. were answered and the President Marge ITrich 'Issues i I
were served by the committee made by members and will be In c: with their children. Reservationsmust DeBary residents attending the solutions to a number of voting a special invitation to all South. I
and music was furnished by gent later, In the year, Gifts were tins with National School nJune-1 be made In advance West Volusia Cancer Unit dinner problems were worked out. Card Party Staged east Volusia t residents to com
Emil Llndenberg. received from members for the Week, Oct. .11-IT, '' through! the pupils at C cents per meeting last week at the First\ Administrator John Jenkins nl.( and learn about health Insurance. t
Christmas Joy Shop at veterans pupils attending Enterprise person. Presbyterian Church. DeLand fend to furnish transportation DEPART Miss MarJlu..tWhite : Mrs. Ulrich has received notifi !

hospitals. If you did not get School art Invited t to have lunch The schedule will be: Mho were Mrs. Adam Muller, Denary to any wishing to go to DeLandto and Agnes Caldwell of 20S cation that due to the heavy
your gift to tee meeting, please June Long's third grade will unit chairman; Mr and Mrs. register or change his ad: Margarita Road- Denary were demand for AARP health Insurance I
get it to Mri. Lyons before Nov Scores Arc Told have lunch at 10:10:: ) I.m. Oct. 8: John Kissel ot DrEary and dress. Five took advantage! of hostesses at recent desiert the closing date for this
1 since Mrs. Williams will take Mrs. Virginia Rushing' first Ventura Martinet of Puerto this cooperation Mr. Jenkins card party at fielr:: home for the Insurance has been extended ta I E
them to Lab City hospital A also offered transportation to the benefit of the DeBary Choristers. Oct. 31. Three members of
grade, 10:30: a m. let 9; Arnold Rico who Is studying speech the
tJ1040 check for the rehabilitation fund, DEBARY The DtBarySpare Pancrart'i fifth grade, 1133a : therapy In the classes conductedby polls on election day There were 10 tables In play, and board ot directors of the Denary .,
based on last year's membership .Rlbbers Bowling results .m. Oct. U; Mrs. Daisy Gonnasixth Mr. Kissel at the DeBary' Judge Williams in explainingthe director Laura Plait Brown was I chapter will be elected for three-
amounting to $31 has been for Friday afternoon at the De- grade 11.33: a,m. Oct. 13; Community Center, Mrs Muller procedure for obtaining absentee chairman."" year terms at this meeting.
ONLY lent to the state department. Land Lanes were: tht Broiled M.... M. Moses" fourth grade' received a certificate of ap- ballots said he would be Door prizes were won by I
Due cards for 19fiS are now and Cracked teams ihut out the 11-35: a.m. Oct. 14; Miss Murriel predation[ from the American glad tn come. to the Manor. tonotarize Ethel Bertsch. Viola' Howard.
Mrs.. B. Marie
and president Scrap and Baked teams respectively Hayes Hines,
available auxiliary Kaufman's second and third Cancer Society for assistance In i ;any application.Five
Mri Williams urges all to 4 to 0. with the Broils Crusade to Cancer persons who had lived Jewel bake, Ruth Eustia and
grades, 10:50: a.m. Oct. 13; Mrs the Conquer
Bruce.
Helen Table
ONE get the dues to Mrs. Joseph taking over the league lead with Florence Carver' fourth and with several other chairmen In In Florida.13 months planned to prizes were I

Krelg In the absence of Mrs. Alfred a 11 t lo 5 total. fifth grades. 11:35 a,m. Oct K, he: area. They were presentedby i apply to their former home counties won by Mrs, W. LtkemanJean
Henderson
Newell, membership" chair. The Fats, Braised and Never.Better and Mr. Flotenct Mixoni second Dr J. McLeod. president (If'' for absentee hsjlotg. Two ; Edith Trussel; Mrs w: I
Some auxiliaries !in Dis- teams took the Ribs, West Volusia unit. Mr. Kissel ; othf'rttnable to travel to De- F, Swallow; Mrs. John Park.
man 10 50 Oct 19!) the
grade, : a m.
Wsbs. .Wire k4.assrtL ash Bar.B.Ques and Loins three Mrs. W. Cole. Mrs. E Balkwlll
u.r "em rds.ssa I.. Piers Speaker at the Oct. 20 PTC was called on to tell of his speech Land expressed disappointment Grace Walasko. Jeaa Ptrkfoard !
Club Meets Told game to one with the Porkles meeting will be Mm. Gladys I claw, the only one of ,Its kind that they were unable to register .
::..-J-=:..: and Tender splitting their fouraamf" Earnest, school lunch supervisor I it this 11..1.R..dtat With tome able-bodied people and Mrs. J. CaQahan. Special: J JI I
.... .F5J.ess talar.aflee and the Lean and Tourh..pllttll1 Volusia unwilling to take the trouble to prizes were won by Mr*. WUUam I
DEBAR The Denary Glee tot County. Following: Cole and Mr*. M. Hlnes
.. ... their lead. register it Is moat htl1..nln".ald ,
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the will be Invited Presented
dub meets the second and had high single meeting; parents Refreshment hostesses, wertMargaret
Archie Long .
Judge: Williams, that people
to visit the school kitchen. .
month
fourth Wednesday of the White. Agnes CaMwell.
score of 2M. and went im tn rep DEBAR Miss Adelaide wtth health handicap are) toeager v
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at the 'Deeas Community Center Ruth Creasey Ruth Euafls and
total with
the high three-game a to vote.Slides.
Conte, Denary organist, presented '
at T:30: pm. Mrs. Harry &.U score Harry Shook and Ed. Return To Indiana recital Sunday afternoon at Laura Brown.
Whltaker, former director will ward Allan both picked the S.T10 I Methodist .
not direct\ due to personal rear splits and Edward Allan added ENTERPRISE: Mr, and Mr. the DeBary Community Shown
gheeee 714.a.
.. .nn.. Mrs Charles Bertsch has Emmet Remly of Hilton, Inrt. Church. Her program Included
------- frosting to the rake by pickingthe Chord" Sullivan FAMILY NIGHTWednesday
Lost
"The by DEPART Sunday eveningat
.snosij.. consented: to direct. have returned to their homeafter -
=rr r M ,.... ; President James Duffy extends '.10 split for the afternoon.- upending several days attheir "Av Mna" by Schubert the 'Denary Preshyterla :11tU
"Chime At Twilight" by Gm.ton. Church Social Hall. Bert Newton Lrny: i
a welcome to all area Set home here. They art makIng
.,- I residents who like! to ling to Join Game arrangements to have their "From TIle Depths of My showed color slides of the recent .

the group. Laura Platt Brown other home remodeled and repainted Heart" hy Sighted KargElert."Kamenol : trip to Ireland. Denmarkand Night
DEBARY Came Night, .
t Ostrow" by Rubenstein. Sweden that both a* and
D *.. Wa .. MM* ... I will be the accompanist starting Friday at the DrBary th. former to rent.Joe White They now propertyTh own. These selections were followed Mrs. Newton enjoyed so much. At US HUll YOUA.OO'

D IM* = k. .:... b ... Luncheon GUf'ttJNTtUtJUSE. Flit full of ltf'Cl'fltlnll'Han.surprises' ; Games. will will be houst they will remodel la by a -croup *f hymns 'The Rf Y. Augustan C Sunmrngav'f BUILD
' .L..41 lee Newt I : ,J. -Nolley! tart at T.30,: and something new the former Sterns hone Ge." "The Beautiful Garden Ot Harfung'sBlvar .' OP PUNMtD

se........ ...... Trapp el Melbourne Beach' was ha been added. Com out and Prayer" Sweet Hour 01 Pray" teolat.BCRU.lklN. OnCTlOU
the luncheon guest Tuesday of meet your neighbor.ScholamWps! ...." and "May The Good Lord : ST-M ...11I Orit City

Mr and Mr. Walter Trapp..es..nuealeeS.UJa.ee.eee.ea.J.a.e..ee.SSeew. Offered I BOULEVARD I I Band! Keep You." "' :I I'1'WCS lift

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Ray SadeckiOpen .1. W. MILKERSund V.nMthl'lI Dnnni' UenfeMer Penn easier ee'INrs, .' eIAL.......1 15e11 Mainland ElevenIt
I Joe Sight, and Mike .ti o.*..' Cal,. A TV *, e..i.)
*\' i Went Volusia Saddle YeMngton L...n *trvl.. 1| WaKtm Aul S,
Club Howe, Show drew the And again Van Stewart led the Oavla eulId.ni D.....,
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the Intermediate division with Gary ... looks as though it will really the fan will need to this
largest!: crowd of spectators 0 J. 5,15 1'1.' aiei 1 shut' *e*
f club !baa had this year and Pope, Tom lloltrman, and Nancy ,..... ens.P1110 to football weather tonight In fine ball game.
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comment were mwt favorable, Webb Senior were' againthonn ,..... ice nn?."la -I eon SiIa Municipal Stadium when the De. Coach Bob Smith's bovs tied
Series ., report club omcial. It U estimated the way bv MiLeod. with -rNe; Seabreeze 6'J In the opener and
ODD Land Junior High School Terriers
that over :zoo people *'ltncMwl Fred Downing, Charlie Hlckman, 's-can N. cane ii Jail'sanulls. came back to defeat New Smyr.
II { the exciting timed eventsat and Helen Stiller ,. .N 'atiiiupint S. Wills host the Mainland Junior ::1-- na Beach 21 Ia their last gam.
J... ..nt, Suit, 11 'w,.' tea
the McGr.pir Ranch ar.n*. OTHER ACTION( 01* TKmai ll Swill owes High School grldden In an all. Mainland haa picked up a pair

Riders ton, ivprvifntrd. a wide Waller Pools sponwrei the 1. Puniral. Important encounter. at 1 o'clock.Cooler of decisions aa they dropped
ST. LOUIS (AP) Ray Sa- the Cards with Lou Brack.th'lr and Ribbon Hare, C..50.i.., Met, shell' fiat Seabreez 19< and took th*'
an competition
arc, both geographically: open .
MlH tame aiIm'lh weather with scat
deli a 23 year old I lefty with baa stealing whiz. Curt Flood rhronnlogtcally Jaml Slmmoni In which riders paired off ... Lent .,..1", heel sere rneaaur of NSB by 211.'. Thvisitors .
hI* first big winning year, will and Javier the beat al the lot.They VlH ,..r*., east tered showers were en hand this boast
I from Daytona "ai the youngestrider regardJeM nf dlvlmnni as to age morning but it I Is hoped It will a good passing
tote a tremendous b n r d I a will\ put pressure on ElMon t at age three while those In limits Van Stewart and J. E. spilt ,.f,AOite be better \ attack with a H flanker bring
'
., much tonight when the
Wtdnetday as the opening Howard the Yanks' line catcher 1 Giles followed Joe D.Iand ale. 1un N.. 1et 1 ing most of the aerials and a
the > Sight
: "Jark I nny" tang were won by Dal as1 CtI. 4 Nabr ..... I Terriers lake the field. TIlt junior .
pitcher for the underdog St Just aa the dashing Dodger .._ and good the '
I .y reticent to give agei. Lynne Yanoiy second and S, Alltn.umm'kll! ll tukurkiiOri I quarterback doing teas-
Loula Cardinals against Whitey I of Los Angeles did last year In a Fred Downing and Debbie Sine 4. antrwln. Willi.,... (0, high games ere only eightmlnut tit,.
In the Wmtrm claw! .
rieanure and tilt
Della tow. listlnlle period so cam
Ford tile New York Yankee'cagey Jour straight sweep. (.IL"T Read leech Jacob Vas PACE:
fH) TERRIERS
sponsored by Lei Ferrel Mat'cla third with Harriet Hearts hi oh 1l>r*.. *.. wont be '
long Majbt a
veteran. Both club scheduled tune,up Bill Pelerw et the Florida and Jim Leonard fourth. .Dat)**. hl't' heel *l 1".i*, .ir| I very Doug Stewart captala .f' the'Terriers
Hutter took first Gary Pope aec- ma,. sweater and jacket will\ h* all
ugh tlr.e
Ferdi experience\ under! tire at Busch Stadium today with Stale nUenlty SemlnolMnlll end third, and IV West Vnluala Saddle Clubwan \ has been doing a good
Lynn Yanoiy --------
is ont reason why the Yank are I the Yanks who were flying In, be. Hie piiwt upeakee Inmorrew Orbhl Jacob fourth Judging happy to have repienenta- job In the first two gam** ..

1710 favorites to take It all and due to follow the Cardinals eight l at the DelandQnarterbaik WM don by Don McLeod of Port then of the SH Riding Club of IUJ\0SISSECOSn the big offensive weapon forth

t.S In the opener It will be Whl- Busch Stadium with Its pavilion Club meeting.The Change, counted by Dr. William Sanford the Lake Helen Riding local, Another shining spot
tev't 22nd Series itart. In right field only 310 feet from Semlnnlmt" are 11 and have iannny, club pieildent. Earl Cub, the Silver Sands Riding for the Terrier has been their

The Series schedule which the plate provlriea a fine target jet t. be. 1II'tN'M iipnii. ThU Studding, scheduled to judge Club of Daytona, and the New defense and It will get a rugged .

calli for a day oft for travel for left.handed alugger like week they fate fifth.ranked WII called out of slate at the Smyrna Sandnpur. the Apnpka.Honemai Kentucky) Is Rated No. 5 tat tonight
after the second and fifth Roger Maria Mickey Mantle Kentucky In Tallahawe far feet mlnut Th trophy for the ,)'* Association, and the The probable lineup on the offend
games, permjjs the first'jam and Jill Pepltone of the Yank their Hornetamlng. The Wild- clam will be awarded at the Cocoa Bit and Spur :Bridle Club. for the Terrier\ will Bad
pitchers to make three Marts If and Bill White and Brock of the raM" hi va pnllAbl'd ett p,.. November tint show which will Rain left rider undaunted Llojd Clifton and Lynn Marrla

It goes the seven'game limit Cards troll, Mlmlmlppl, and Auburn have a reglilered Judst.: Helen" though: spectators were sent in at the ends, Frank Stein and
Because Johnny Keane Car. I It will be the fifth Ser1e' thla eann. TIM meeting I In Miller secretary of the Writ temporary retreat to the com With Texas Topping List Mark Fraze at the tackles,.

dinal manager, had to use Bob meeting of the Yanks and "mhefuled for 1.41: at the flk Voluwla Saddle Club, presented fort of parked 'Ira. Alan Matzat, and David Oliver

Gttttnn In relief In Sunday's Cards who split the first four luh.. Gue..t"*. ar Issued !. for the club a Certificate of Appreciation Official of the day Included; working at the uri Wayi
i final. game tor clinch-the Nation I Ralph Houk whom :Berra' attend at IS Which Include the \ to McLeod clocker Dr. Yanosy John Sixma Handysld at the center, GUI
al League pennant be 1* forced : succeeded this year was the dinner. ftHAKR TKOPH1K5' vice pienldrnt, who had to .y TH. ,....t.,.* PrM !Southern' California' ITT and Bell as the quarterback Tim

to start Sadecki a 20'game first rookie manager to win a Silver\ leave early became of illneis lathe Hurricane Hilda didn't get Michigan walloped Navy 210 to Sate and Stewart at till half
I winner who wu knocked out of pennant The Yanks won the the trophle winners were prenentHto In each family, and Gordon Holts-! north to the stale of Michigan. give the Top Ten a thorough back with Tommy Towwtnd at
high point
(the box Saturday by the New pennant In 1961! his first year Mauch Gets dlviilon. Junior trophy, ipon- man flagmen were Paul John. No matter Th Michigan Stat, I' shaking up. As a result Vuther the fullback slot
son Jake Sight and Jack Whl- Spartans and the Michigan Wolverine Another quarterback that U
lYerk Mew. at the helm and aim W Iun'dfOr pored bv Rrlu's Shoes and Biff California No, I, and Navy No.
It flgurea to be the Y.nka'BII Mm in 1M2! and 1961. Burger Drive.In, went to Lynne laker, despite a broken arm provided their own po\"- *, flopped right out of tilt rankings expected to see plenty of ,duty
Is Lonnie :Braddock who turned
[: Three of Ford Mel Stottlemyre The last time the Card won Yinoy. Intermediate trophy Charlie Hlckman at the gala er on the gridiron and blew ,
[ and Jim Bouton against the pennant was In 1M. Eddie New Pact wta given by George Phillips helped many a youngster with Southern California and Navy The new Top Ten la No. 1, In a good lime against NSB.
his booming, Tou better get In out of the Ten In college Taking a look at tile defense
Top
[the Cardinals'-' of Sadeckt Dyer was a rookie manager M Station and Gene Market right Tents; No. 2, Illinois; No. S, It will be
probably something
[Gibson and Curt Simmons No.boiv' that season and the Redh'rdt' and was won by Van Stewart. tllpll'hll''' sent mount.Ir.mlf'I'ln. football Alabama1: No. 4, Ohio Slat: like Townsend and Morris at

elte Is likely to start. went on to heat the Bosten Red PHILADELPHIA (API-Gen- Senior; trophy through the court' Keeping. toward the. the record mailingline for The Tease Longhorn ra'tdssnttoday No. S, Kentucky; NI). I, Notre the end, Bill Row and Fraie)

Al Iosming'normally a reguliar Sox In the Series. eel Manager. John Quinn of Pay of Dk's' Paint and Body trophies was the efficient pair of their No. 1 spot In this DameNo.: T, Michigan; No.l, at the tackles, Butch Link and
probably will be In the YanIke the Philadelphia Phillies Shop and Americans\ for Gold- M.... Maxine and fln. week voting by,TIt. Associated Nebraska)IN"13, a tie hftwtenMichigan Dennis Anderson at the guards
lajahe Sight
bullpen which will be hurt. water, wan awarded to McLeod. Plena panel of spoil writer Stat 'and Arkansas. Oliver
Art Arfons and owner Bob Carpenterthink Mar Lee Pope. Reglatratlona George Riper and Handysld -
) ,
i |,jnj without Pedro Ramo. the Manager Gen Mauch has Saddle Club officials thanked I, wore handled by Mrs. Helen and broadcasters with a come. Illinois took over the No. 2 as the linebackers with

I ItPTper* of the last month of the don a terrific job despite the Allen.Summet hill for the ambulance Miller and Mrs Greta Tatum from'behind 171 triumph over spot with a ITU triumph over Braddock at one halfback tad

Mvn, Wants More team National League talkpm lervlce, though of count who also photogiaphed preaenta- Army. Northwestern.' Alabama moved either Bell or Stewart the ether.
i Ramo la not eligible\ for the that coat them the pennant. ever}'one was glad that no oc- liens of some rlhtx-nn, and Mrs. Rut Michigan State apart up lo No. 1 by blanking Vander- Don forget the action begin
't 'erifa because he was Imiulredrnm union to uie the ambulance, bllt 24 0 'and Ohio State jumpeda at T o'clock and with only tight
Quinn mad the comment Klcht: and Mrs Pop.
BONNEVTLLE: !SALT FLATS
Cleveland too late to be Robe Radio and TV donated notch to No 4
arose the by slamming minute period It doesn't take
At snack
Monday after giving Maueh bar hostenKes
anew
Utah (lAP -Art Arfona who
I [placed on the lilt which closes the use of the speaker Mis Rosales Indiana IT I. long for the first half to finish.
.
two- tar contract wtth were Keith, Mr
,4 traveled faster Monday than } a
al'p1\ The absence" of the man before him In a land- reported Increase In eatery' which made the ihow run Iris Whltaker and Mica Gall t WOMEN SEASOM MUTRHE Anyone coming In juat a UtQ
E&anriVime Cuban may be fatal any smoothly and spectators enjoyedthe late miss much of the
'
bound car eel hla alghts' todayon The Phillies finished In a Itt Might who recently sold her Kentucky perhap the surprise may Pll'al'lilln.
It* Manager Yogi Berra. who going even fatter for second place with St. Louis commentary. of announcer hon. IUWBIIBA nf_. a_ ,n.lnnil_...._. ,_,1.!. GOLFERSTO team of the season to dale .
I learned to lean more and more George Vlnlng
lergy to horses. jumped from nowhere to the Nil
The speed record that Arfons after blowing a (1 H game lead In
.' [OB Ramos in the stretch. drove. to The Chuck Walker tponiorednovelItaf Results S apot with ,an 200 .
broke with a run of 4.'I.O2 milesan the last two weeks, during of the dhow Indicate a upset over
' ." his first pennant. hour In his jet powered car which they dropped 10 games I.t In saw juniors Lynn clone rare for the Saddl dub PLAY Auburn, a defeat that pushed Rattlers Fifth
t alt all depends" on how" thing was set only last Friday In a car row, Yannay, Debbie Jacob, Patty end of the edict trophies to the the Tiger out of the Top Tan.

fire going' ," said Berra In New deigned, by his brother Walt. Mauch. "'ho,* present eon- Mooie.. and Dnnnl* Llenfelder club members. compiling the Th Out Of Bounders, It waa the third straight for 5 y tile A..s.lnted Crass.
(York Monday after h* sent the Art Arfons to place la that order Intermediate moat points In the junior Kentucky'! unbeaten Wildcat'
planned spend group
[ tract had mother year to run winners Van Stewart, members of the DelandW'emen'1 The Wittenberg Tigers, *pfarentjy
Yanks throueh a light drill at today rechecking his car the were Gary Lynn Yanoay lead, closely followed They previmialy downed Detroit
signed the new pact In Qulnn'eemice Webb and Marcia Gilt Associationwho ; aa strong on the grtdirnaaa
[Yankee Stadium. Green Monster U all is well he Pope! Nancy by Jo Sight and Patty 111 and Mlaalaalppl 27.n.
before leaving for the flutter Seniors MrLf'fld.Ed play on Saturday er thy usually are on the bal
Tony Kubek, regular Yankee Intends to try for 500 mph. were Moore and Brenda Penner tied In this week's games Involving f
World Series; In St butt Simmon, Fred and Sunday Instead of the katball floor, again are No t
shortstop, and Julian Javier, the Wednenday' Downing for third. These standings' are. regular Tuesday teatton, the Top Ten It', Texaa v*. this week In the Mandated
Charlie Hlrkman.Biandon .
[Cards' second b" *man, were Arfons' first run Monday on baaed on the ribbon won however met lent week and plan to Oklahoma i Illinois v*. Ohio Press small college football
[on the doubtful list because, of the on*.mil* court at then McDowellIs Electric gave the rib ., for club trophies, tim of tt their season started en States, Alabama v*. North Carolina 'Poll.
Ilnluriea: western Utah salt flat was !bon for the Q1.ltrancl. In each member I* taken and point Saturday. Stale; Kentucky! vs Florida TIlt unbeaten Tiger hit

Kubek in fact very likely willfinlsi timed98: mph. But h* which juniors placed Lynn r.... are awarded on the baal of the This irollJl I I. especiallyfor Stale) Notre Dam. v*. Air their third straight' by rrushlaff
the entire Sense; because turned his IT.000 horsepower car I Honored Any, Patty Moore. Debbie members' standing In each ,,''..ntI'f'J.1'It thoM member of the Ferret) Michigan' v*. Michigan' Heidelberg 490 Saturday anA

111 a 'jammed right wrist thatbu around and headed back at 479 Jacobs, and Brenda Tenner. Intermediate to other/ members. At PWGA who are woiklng er Slat: Nebraska v*. Smith Carolina retained their lop" Perth In tllll

kept him out of action for mph. JACKSONVILLE (AP Bill winners were Van present the Intermediate! rare for some ether reaaon findit and Arkanaaa v*. Baylor! voting by the AP panel 1 of sports
|two weeks.Jivlcr The average of I'M02: mph. McDowell. Florida State linebacker Stewart Tom Holtzman Nancy appear to be Gary 1'01rhal.\ lmpnsinl to pity any. Th* Top Ten with first plan, writer and broadcaster,
suffered a badly become the official record named the Webb and Marcia' Hutter.Seniors lenged by Tom Holtzman/ and .
wai today time but on the weekend votes In parentheea and points San Diego, State) Lamar tclk'
liked left in a topping the 41320 m p.lI. Lineman were M by Don Me- Nancy Webb with Jim LeonardIn
hip Saturday of tile Week In Florida The acting prealdent .( on a 19 Mate. basis) .
View
and Prairie each are undefeated
|iniilon with th. Meti BobLTavhr. clocked by Tom Green hi Walt College foothill Lend, Selma Palmer J. E, Giles, rloa contention The Senior
the I III Ethel' E.,1.I
group 1. Teoss ((12 414) ,In thre feel.
The Cards were ontlfmUtle Arfoaa car last week. McDowell, a 200 pound junior and Horace Tope rare at this time I I. baaed" on jut Member fit the Out.Of- garde
2. Illinois ffi 310 but Didn't amaia II
they manypoint
about his playing but had from Tallahassee, baa been a The Double Figure Eight another the ribbon won not the entire Rounder due of H
pay
1 Alabama (IJ) 3M and trail Wittenberg a* .
,' I Del Maxvtn ready MaxvlU.j eonaiatent performer I In an three Intricate pattern, wa sponsored landing, but Indication art
I Lead AFLNEW per year" They are able! t*
4. Ohio State 2M the No. 2, } and i l mama la that
j rmally a weak hitter, cam game aa FSU became the only by DeLand Record Center, that Horar Pop I Ins leading fol- play In the vsrlou tournament
unacored which saw junior honors go to owed! by Chaill Hlrkman. Har- I. Kentucky ill) JVI. ordr
I tftreugh with flying colon In the upon major college throughout' the year,
w...V"nd tamei. YORK (AP) The team la the ...tlon.All Brenda Penner, Joe Klght flet hearts and Helen Miller Mended parties unit other Noti Dam IIIT The real In order after fifth*
tWill Llnr, the Yanks''hnnllll.a. Houston Oiler are th* top offensive ,.. being a sine runnenip Debbie Jacob, and Mike Yelvlnjton. --- unctloni aponaored by the Michigan, (0) W place Florid AiM were. LouU ''

.playing\ Mara!, untfnuhtl'tflyWill team lit the American\ for Lineman of the Week following Intermediate! leader Gibson Honored( ( DWGA.game I. Nebranka I alan Tech, Busquehannt, Dels- .
Mania t. tie, Michigan" State, Mt war. Lea Angeles State end
I atari at ahortaton Linn has Football League. They atM *r* the tint two game McDowell were Gary Pope, Hulter
[keen getting key hits In th' last In team d.,.", *. Maybe won tilt honor In FSU' Jim Leonard, and Tom Ilolti- tie. Arkanaaa M Northwest Louataa.BEE. .
[Tanks' late drive that's a clue to why the Oiler 3S 0 victory over New Mexico man, Steve Bralnard of Apopka CINCINNATI (AP Rob

u f Speed i will be on the aide of are.2 2 and In third pile la tilt State. He blocked a field goal won Senior honors, followed by Glhma. who 1 II expected to startThursday's during the month aa the
Eastern bivl.llIII.Palmcr. I recovered a fumble and mad Horace pope, fred Downing, World !Series! gum L'ardlnal rim horn behind 19 ...
numerous tacklea. and Harriet Heart t for St. Louis. Is the National I lake the National League pen\

iRfunos Retires Steve leant FSU! quarter The Sugar.Top Drive.la's Bar LI.IIM.yer.ol the.Month flint H. allowed only 43 nil III

Tops back, waa named back of the ref Weave showed the Junior for September.Glbaon 12 Innlngi arid hid an ....1Iff.Nil .
I MEXICO CTTY (AP>-Fethterw week. division again led by Lynne won six of seven average of in.

lht world champion LIU-! DUNEDIN AP) Arnold -_ ,., "w .. '". ,.
wale (Sugar) Ramon anIpwiarH Palmer I I. still mor than I
Monday night be win ft.1.000 ahead of Jack Nicklaua

[let fight soy more among profeaainnaj golf leadIng .
Speaking ,t a TV program money- winners, with Bill lluYiClDaTlw
with ports' ce-mmentator Paw Casper Jr. a distant third. e
Malfesto, Ramos' said h* baa

[;,Welded, to retire "and try to
r: In peace and quiet far a Smith Lost 9
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..rt' ,
Ta* furmer champion, who i
ail titl. last month to Mexi-

.1! .. Vicente Saldlvar told Mai- SAM FRANCISCO (AP) I
h* feu net J.tt mate aye Fullback J. D. Smith, the SatFt.nt'lleo 1MothsYetelalee
plans. but that' one' thing C","- top ground

; .. lure: h* will tot climb law gainer for tilt past flv teasona, ? .
i ring again. will b* out for tilt year 111elaadWhke yde

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UPWROWi' I IS EAGER hat a eomplalnt' to fnroclna FOR RENT
i 4. :3Ii a Pt.fllT and J.CKMUAVAttorney 1I".a .n %V.dnoday' OR SALEBearden'
A MtKEEI ..,
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A TONEl7l nil .t. mnrtiai. dated AuciiatI for Eat.,.
/ I! DRESSMAKING and pnn.rat .1.
liai, and rrrnrdrd nn Auiuftt 10514 WeiNOTICE In.llsna .tr .
au.Dei.ad.
SI. 1-MII I. Official' R..nr4a Honk t..Uo" Dr.perl.'. P r o m p t Drug Shop

UI luI'I> 715 Puhllr' R.rorda of FloridaP.SP.D.A.1P-S1 II.vln. Fhnn 714..71. : e.. flaw Tort ad Alakama Aoi
Florida. nrumbor.Ent FOR A OOOD HAMBLROFR:: : ........ 114.1110
th TO CREDITORS"
following .d..clb.d prop. THE: WAR yOU LIKE IT
rty, tolt' : IX THE COUNTY JIPOBd HOME 1IADB <'HILILowman's HOME OWNED PIRSONAU' II.", .
l'I1'ItT. IN A\l> )0'0101.1'HIA, tti Wo v Law Pdcea "
I/it 11, Nahma HiibdJvlalnn' of (NWSTI' FLORIDA. D PRO. Restaurant dn.DELAND ,
II.* Rid <'n..half inti ofFlork
BATH. J:. N. FLORIDA AVE. SUNDRIES
117. DrLanil, a< map In Map Rook ID. pea nB rUTATrOF FRED U1WMANFRANCHItC ion V BlTd Thnno 734.1711
:Si*. Public R"rord* ot Voluma MARIK H. FARLKT ,fI.r.......
County, Florida To all credit nn and all .....nu IMIrto Wylr Pfaltr To Every PrescriptionWE
1I.'r.. All mhM
Sup haTlnc claims or demands nn
hop> h...n lnatltm at>ln.t von In
tY ,.r i. 1 e M abbot Paid .aikt*. TEDFORD JEWELRY
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'h t'I' lIlt Court, .n''" Judicial. ADD SERVICE
('Itrlltt. In and /or Voluala County, T..... ,and each. or you ar. h.rehyI.nl10d 101 B ,;.... Tnrlt Av. D.r.ed CUR PbarataaMM. ,
Dorlda. and rooked I. pnnentany Ufc car ef yonr
clalma and dernxnln which NnataWa .4.5 quickly
ton IITflVJIJ PIPtr.II WICIIDEWND SIpaalbla
TOil APR, KrilFHill: MDTIFIFn
or yoiit mn' uav. avalnat HARDWARE t'0; .511,1 t aaorlfloln*
hat you ar* r.nulr.d lo m. your I'.o -
WISH POCDHURPty l of 1IARIF-, tAPLRT, II" N. Phono 74-fill I o&Mty
ti L. A nan'or. or ether 1I'rtt'.n fltntfi. ... .... ,, BLVD. 'N,1.
UPttf ri PUMMO WAT* + < ed lain of Voluali I ountrKlnrlria. aa .
BRINS US BACK/ SOLOING HIM,.HCHOMC..IM L / '* with th* fork l of gaud, 'nnrt and tn tb. Hin. John H En' VISIT nor. 2vFW: Location it 101 pal a* at aaV Pharmacy ...". *ro.
3 r, In arv* a onpy. th.rmd upon Plain N, RLVD Pans QualitTJ.wnlryA .
I CAX AEti ? Inttnii. (onnty .111,1,. o.: \ olualaounty : alvay faattalVOLUSIA
flUBELV =
eKTDN7C01P/ l c ''' Ilffa ittnrnay. Hl.. icfcT: AM <: at hi. office In the i'nuntv Ronrli at the ..... Raoaabl ... ...""-t wnW
/ f WtVB F1NWMEPTHI5 / JFRVIOAV: : Attorn"ya At Law. 4.'oll"h.."... In Inlandoluaa 10 Prlr..
MISSION I w 3 a.aJJ ifiti Wont Indana, Awni. Jr.Ijind PHARMACY
x
(CoiintT Florida. within elx months
CONNELL & COX
,51 Florida., nn or ,'or. th* 2nd from the late or Ih* not DIbllw arm, Wat van.. ApM
day of Nnvmbrr. I I'r4HFREIV hereof All elulrii' and tlrm.ndanot 'tfu-uu
I tlon 111 N. Blvd Phono
d
: Io'AII.OT] tilt J>TriT< pranied within' the lima andIn FLIXALUMAWNINOt BU *
MINT Writ. UK aNTR/i.U: .. and .u.tom madn dnpeaBOIAER'0
lha manner prei r '' 1 herein
I I .. AOAIMtT TOO Bt DBFACITAMTr hall ho barred a* pit.vl
mr hand and th* of Bert 1A D. 14 '
8 Aril I ...1 of paid oiirt. at fvtanitVnluala ,'./ FRED J. MANtrNlK LAY AWAY (OCR rBRMTVfAOTFTII ELECTRONIC Horn of
('tuniv.. Florida. ihl. .nh Aa E='.c itnr nf th* IJ>.t Will TODAI ITU RAPIER llnt wish ElMtrnnlcallv oon
day of 8ptmbtr, A,U lilt, and Te.tament. ,, or MAKlffl H. TRIP "'AT. LEi riRRSLL trollod r.rlor H5ti F. >*w. TorHA
JFM M\THA. )'ARLET: De0e5a.4. Iii,W ILlCU.SL !: "... Phpna_ 714.3014.
Cleric of th. Irrnit 4 ourtIn R.1I.245-n lCERTIFICATE -

i and.for Vpluala. Count, : or CORPORATE f,'i" I OcktaRi DeLand Paint & Glass

(LNICRTInddaRIALI: DISSOLUTION IM W. Oaonrla Ave, ,ol"'I4GUIDURALITE

By III RACHEL, ANr>RETHTwpuiy : IN THE NAME ANTI HI THE!: AT. LOG CABIN HOME OF
5, l.i&JT clerk THoniTir vr THE ITATB or PAINTS.
.111, 4 a Y IM iaz IIfllTXT AND .TFRNK.AVAliornna n/iKinx 'DEDICATED
for Plaintiff TO Al,I. TO WHOM THFUF: : PRFO.r : TO TOUR PLKASTTRBOp CHARLES 9- McOH.L '
1"0| Mat Indana Anions ;VTH SHALL COME, GREET. ** ,lam. tn 11 mldnkthtIlls WTTRPHT PAINT DEALER
DcLand. Florida INCH; N. BoutoTaH, Fhoa !J4-.IITWhtrt III W 0onrla Phone 7f4 1 At

f.:.,n.4.11.'A Wti..r.an. TLBKRT!: O MH.LFRIIKHAKY !: PAINTING an. PAPER flANUTNHntm
JUJKIDA: JUIBPH!: i t DiM <
Or ENAJ
PHT1MATFA
I rt STERR1aLY NOTICE TO CREDITOR"' *
(A8TKIANM. l>t;BART. 'IA1R llaaDor 714-MIX 714-4711
CMRJ.YeRt! T IN THB' COUNTY jriXJFg; IDA; t11'IIAX TA8TRIASM. Fir:.
HC.SVUVESTERlTrl'WtNDIS I -nt'RT, IN AND FOR M1LI",IA, BART FLiORIDA did nn tho 17th TRY' A FISHWICH SANDWICH...
OOT'NTT FLORIDA. IN PRO. Any nr October A.D' W, HUM Inho for your lumh'ICI..t.n Xflr 11 My SHttra-014 Curt
SLOyVIN1 OA.LC TWPOUGH tNA'stitR f } BATK. 'f Inmrpnrtlrd under. tb* !Ian n of A V ROOT II, Plod:
HERE GO CLOSE w WINDOWI PROfJLEM! ft'1ft5A lh. Kill of Miirlda, MILLER
GET O'OIN'! .tW ri I r TV TIE FKTATE! Or ACRES' CONSTRICTION to. a ONE DINER. TBLIA'AMOTHER.IT'B TUB LIAVB ymr oakool okMm Gal at t 4aya LoomNarooiT WMfcRfrea.
EMMA JANE RBTORPa lornnritlon' with' tin prlnrlpul pine*
i 117 B. Ohio I 714.41/a
,k,a EMMA: : J. nf hen. fiKBARTOI.I'HIA, Holiday Steak House
KCVORnD.raaa.i(. OLNTT. ,In th. State of Florid. 114 N. BOULEVARD"{ DELAND MIRKY OAT Merarr. waan Day
and h..an .1I'h rornonllnn did' 05lCara 115 a.m. to I M p m.
e To all rr4ltnra and all twrannahaTlnic on the tit doe of Oetnhor A,D. 1'.4r tit L Ky. 714-71(1 or TM-ftWI
:<< rlalm nr demands .im* to h* HIM. In th* offlr. of the t l*" PwtoraIAUTV
habit paid *.t..1 K..T.t..>. of M *t* of Ih. Htl nf ..
Tnu, and "ih of you, ar* har.h* Horlrti. Ih* dorumontarr, ithorltyrrriulrrd >. liB.f Ctntncttn
1 t notified. and ran"I..d I to prapnt ender H.nlon ."*.17. Florida BAZAAM IfmiiliVthroorh
( t b S.vsSTUAAPU any rlalma and demands which ynHluala BiatutM' howlnic Ih. dlnolu- Friday JJItfcU. Pboao DON CREOlE, 1II.'n. I Lan4
'at-OM.
or either ot you may "av.nis loot. linn of *inh corporation. pin.. '(1 *>*. .nlml' .>. Horn.
the 'I.I' of EMMA JANE RRV11RD : Now, therein. the ..i>rtry of now aTallahlo. Papa f34.( ...
A.eenn.d.. Id?. of, Volnuscount' Kt.t. duos Inn.),! irrtlfy' tn thatnr.oln. P Syrkgmky 'ph
Flnnda, to th. Hun. John CENTRAL: CDWTRACTORrBcc
and that h* I I. Mtltflnl
O, Rfh,5lun.;, C'mnty Jndan, of Von rirniATVi
that tM ,."..Irllm..nl.. nf Ul* law
onnty Cunly(loirtboia.t hla In oW.IiaLando In Ibs. hiv bmn rnmnllxl withIN We Have Complete Line COLON GEORGE -.I'H. 714-141,

lii la County, Florid, within all, WlTNFfl WHBRrtlF, I Rays
mnntha from Ih. data or the lot II."tn net mr hand and h... Of Pool Chemicals 2M Air Ct...lK.iH*|
nuhllratlon b.r.o(. All clalma and artlxd ,ih* OCtal Peal! of th* Si"* IVrchJornn Granular' or Tabllt.'yan"rato .
'" domanda not prfi.nl.>d wllhln lha of Florid. at Tallabu.... tb* Products
I TOE; 6RASS CN1HE ITS sow EH.YES' leuesstouOXUP lit,,* and ,In th* manner prrntrlhad ('.Ptt l 'ihl. the FIRST .day of Liquid Chlorln YORKREATiXO
rn"rn"ORATULMa'QUJ herein ..b.11Ie barred aa provided OCTOBER A.D. JPA' Call ulllmn 7 4-J'.4WAITKR '
WMTTOC5N- RELO ((3 700DO'IW SAY THATFOCOTBAU. / by law. TOM APAMertry ". andSIRCONDITIONING t

JUST TME RK5HT UsC SOME Dated Rant 14 A.D. 1M4 PEAL of Mtat CHLO"'I"' "' POOLS nod Arid TJCAnH now. 'In AGAIN FLAP.Tlt .) : JQP'1': ,
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tEN4TNNE ?a ,.' ItW II:. KUHNd 0._ : flOTTl.F1 at rodurtd prir.
TTER I ,1,,,, A* n ruinr nf th. Test XIII/ Call for Immndiats Ines ..lIn..,., AUTHORIZED DEALER |r
and Te.l.ment nf EMMA!: JANE. II bravera did not west down Phone 714..tOa.
t11I KKVORI). r>.......... Wm. A. Mullen 1
the (Inrlxort by gnawing wood
: FREO J. MAN< INIKAitnrnav .
f A i/t t AccenerItt PLUMBING. MKATINO
:I fnr the Estate: would
(heat fastgrowlnj teeth AND. AIRONDI'rlONlhf1PHONE : :
IHLand
Florida
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t.II.'J.J_,O.A prop their rnouthi (lPf'.n-----_ GALLONS 221-2101

KLCCTNIC HEAT, QUIET :,,
4 SILVER IRXLJU: OIL UCAN, TROLBLE ;. Ale,
Amwcr 91 t>r* tmni Pim'o' NiTTiNf: ELECTRIC ro? mEA

IIIIi; I Animal Life A n, UL wL $1.69' U.-o.U.T NEW: TORY AVE., PH.


x .AI AIR" CONDITIONING.. ,lanes
L 4L ADAM IHELL flTATm"
0 ( i TIe ,.. w .dmh.al ACROSS I Now Z..I.... 11I1 I. IIl.vn "I'ho" 7.t.U" lonfr, ....t. leas t* "", ,.ft. Each:
t Carnlvoroutmammal. .borll\nll Jolt Individually *naln.er*d brxprt
N V t
1115de. nyer Don MB jour .wep.Pltf" *. Call Da for "r"., 'aai
7N131t7NMT6NFT8l0 .Avtrill* IMalaraM ..100.15. Nn obllaatlon
a.Tx 4.15 nut birdYouniiwino I/iar N I to accept renittoJicM (orelaa FLORIDA HOMR OAS COMPANT ,
S 1 Wood w N lfl Ml ads.9AMBONE'S IN B. Naw Tank Phon 714-I9a1 /

12 Nation p.almur4 u MED: BPOr HBATINO'JfFW
11 Vouaf pineal 10 Rom .rod A : ) ADDITIONAL< HFATINO
14 Indo_..of lll1ro.d.1I N MEDITATIONS NEED PULL811 50' : CENTRAL;
? 2% WJ011xiEXAcn.YinJ t00tAr nT UTTtEP.6GLOOIENiCJGN H C A HFATtNOt:
MindanaoIIApprobarloaf Je Was a wmdir. aV J, P.
( RQ BOTNOFU MINIJT 191E Gbh OIJr! :10 Amy Can 6RCKN: HKL for fr*.
17 fiber kaot* : ::_' H oatlmat. en any beatlni arollcatloa.!

IS PaleInte.' ) 21f.nwliahe$ 31Rorcunu. GREEN'S FUEL
It HarrMtar 1Psdnn TI It 1.ema : f'I': P*.t DttF "MAN SA/
t. o'M SI Hindu firmwt 36 Bn thor III 10 J:1vdor: III'01.......... Its 1'. Jlt.V1' PRn'fP WHERE
oII! 23DlmlauheS ('.,.IBdl.( 40 Rig: dial II Haunts tot tf VoO! 407 To Bt SATE MOo/JlT JlTJr
Norsk !1/Plaas 43P.nfom.: It.M THE BUILDERS BUT
= l4Spipa1 2/Pw.p 4105.11 12 ha".ult, Dttp.1cti0N')
17Rpar aot.pooI 411.'okI I Sum_.", ytARIs CALL

; II 12Idablt.tmlMSd WathlwJrink clap' 14 I"" "I" 10 11 tt Btt'TltAt TO ROY FRIERSON'S, Inc.

WKhdnwPO I 110 I. U. IT Mi
E E1" Dwell HEATING

17VIad.laMAdCSA l' ,. 11
AIR CONDITIONING

m'I: .1'. ... SHEET METALWORK

Ono / 6dwJ1 :N Ur ,, <4 M* .. Ptorito P-... 714.4111

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P.d.1tltYM 1Ji PPATRIVOf: REMODeLTVIJf!:
j+ Pooltlnk I JlakfarlNe ADDING 0'" flmUHNClJ
y PEE {'II I'IRIITI
r ASS YGty"i / EVEN 1 11 MU1I rI r- .., WE ....n.. foe ''n..I1..n! ofan.
P.aw..hiRK T nf our vmdtieta k* onmDoUnlwrk
OIJSTEOh Ma, Call for tro atmat*.
Fomh1N .
r N Pat It
I Ian PLtaan rot. Tom Mitchell Lumber Co.

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ir i: I L5A s.t ladmlr TIM "H/'IUTII1'

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app Ilatt lS I* fit your buds.t
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Upholstery
e' Shop
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DURpMva.CA oJ IAuSEAFTlRTKMCRDLASruMMER7 YOUkTEPTRKKOFING 600DA1 AINOw1ERtOO PVilte!
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PagiV DEUKD (flORIDA) SUN NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 194 ClASSIFIED D1SPUYWELDING CUSSinEO DISPLAYWANTED CLASSIfIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY a.usn DISPlAY

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CWSJr DISPLAY cussmra DISPLAYS MAOHINB WOM I .. .,. ..... fartlM 8 Reasons i cf! e

.... .... . .. .. S S S ISSSSS. SSSSS U S S S. ASSORTED BTBBI* ;

: ELECTRIC WIRING : ; GUENTHER'SBUB I RAY UNKOV1CHnMaaM4V4IM : To Deal AtCARLAND :


:: AND REPAIRS :: ROM I WOOD WOOt :. ..

Tori ((2)) e!**B-cul itgrttuVt. mtB It wtrk n furs! IM Ba4 MM Tar A*.w :
UI W. o.r.ta n. 2. airs L
: H. LIGGETT t,,. ..11.." ..a Srartlni wigtt art Uw dvrlsg : t It* Var ta DeL.4ja a

: 12. ..... Siishurd. t111 lTBBtBf. ) ..r..... wMtl klpkBl MBdrtllB.. BVr8|. T*, dolmr for aloa* Mr* s

: ..... U 4-MJI : 42 ft** I*.tlBt*.l-<...... tdlbXBtrtB BRa* BltflllBf. BrtR.Uty ,..Irt4. tJBaSfBRCt IS .... aNakl8i' ...... : .

....... . ..... .. .... M .It....." BMMgtnhlf witklB a petted' : 4. Laoal tiaH tlMaalata 5 '.1 .....,. INT b.I. Ml m*

IPEEDY.Black asS L* Whlto,ItS../'Odor.CKLJLMD & C, uviral' ,tin. Ind... picture, brief. Dfi fcUrtry OWNER. I Bedroom 5000.1 at lame Great bright BaorlfleaCB. Fla Moaay kaoh fuaranlaa s 'II Corvklr MM bat |41 ma,

22A IJW Ctnrbj & (.,.lIIIe Tli CAMERA: BBOF. aid .'.HfUitU8i. Writ. lx 33, Sue N.... room ... .....e and earporto Oa :! a I.008 $. .. Cvitamir : ii rn: .Tri.i f mi k.i, in m'".

141 M. ..... hit lot Mostly furnlahed. Almoalno :17. Fre* drrvlnf trialaw S 'II W..." MM bal. |2I nxv
FLOOR SHOW WI-- tosS tlMO halanco M per waS yeur' bule. 5 '.. Isbn Wi.. IMt )aI. M4 m*.
; DeLand Paint & Glass ; | ----- mn. Near Church Bchoola and : 'II Metr |.n bal, |31 aw.
DAILY B..I.. ..... P R. Th............. pot ..uipr.mibS. '.
I UIW.Georrla Ph. 7U4Z41 Io UANTIQUES afternoon at ItS :of. : Vt.lk.wf. TV MM but. |U ow.M .

ARMSTRONG AMERICAN- KENTTLB LEAN ofeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee .121 Eo RICH OUT run .0..1 Real Estate Adelle A'.. T.r. |1U II'". US DM.M .

Buy CnrMlla Moeoley .... LANS REALTY' '' r.r. Mil Sal Ill m..

BOHREN TILE CO. Qeaj Usni ..frIIen. M N. Boulevard : 1m1ID] : M Mercury 1UT .... $43 atop

121 K. Rich A.... Phone 114-1101 32 MB*** T. ItBR 43A. Old' (.1.. I Stamps .....-FEICED TO SItU 6. ...... Ph.". day "'.1"" Nit. TI44M4LOUISE .. .. '.. Ckemlct ISM bit 131 mo.

24 Fruits' and Juices HUPPORD Col Stomp 8heaCoin OXYNErS FURNITURE, lie. I BEDROOM UP PAYMENTS CB MOMSPICK : 1117 N. LVD, DILAND30YIARSOLD : 'II OIUm6bll 7M bal, 131 mo.

BURNETT FINANCE CO.COMPLXTB and Stamp : 1M N.Voluaia $400 DOWN ('..114011 ...... Os us.. ..........:1 M later. TV |5M bal. 130 mq.
CLOSED A,. ftl-llk. Fboaet7oll 11* W. New Verb! Ave. MB 4ITtlf. .IB IM .. DEXTER (lass hove. 'II PI,. W... MM bal. 133 mo.
Botanical Oroy... Hwy. 17 N.UNTIL. l. Oranc. City. CLARKE 's,
LOANLOAN8 SERYICI' on nihtt modera C B. Chevrolet .1II'J..3 mo.
NOTICE :1."rr"R
FURTHER
homo. 14 bath Realtor N. Mwy. 11 HI-41II 66 asmus I '
TO I4IK10 44 Hams AppIkucus 4. ,.... Iq.sut with pea* through to kitchen. II I 5' Mercary I7M bal |J5 m*.
114 S. ALA. 734-0372 Price lit,100, 146 lows 171IIConth. ail. CI. A/C. HW floor fa- 'It rord Mil bal. in ....
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Meer lte. .. II
Employment tea ... be BtTRB a! If* tABOO D -.ui.uavSAmTWWAIT .OTT.Carport U4-IM4 and Utility'..-.1.room.. J::'.Vote.lorIs Clr.wt.7145101.CAll. .'s, Cher. W... Mlt Sal $39 mo.

13 toiiraaxt WBSTINOHOU8BIFRJERSON'S MOWBB Balee 4k BorrtoaMOWKR lllPlrs.Auts.Ino.Rl II'". Illt W 0. (lt7'LLJIT BUT AM I BUILT .. CaalUaa San bal. |]t mo.'M .
BBPAIM8: .,. _
I I frame ..
11
25 Help" WIDI.cI-f.mal. a Reeo Ml* sod N. 41.00.54 SAFE INVESTMENTS .17U. _tIt or ni-4M1 rN' NOli.. ? wlnto'story life time roof.tynruifleer talnII Chrysler |U3 bal. 133 mo.It .

JOHN W. TURNER ON TIlE BOULRVARD* PHONE RE 4-4787 t In'; I lane onreened porches Hlllmaa IMS but, |30 m.
WAITRE8I over 11. muet b* clean, SIRE AUTO mIll OWNER GerMS B. Frtereoa FIN 8 two bedroom koine lerr ear abop I inS modem hItches .M Ford M4I bal.
neat, honeet and reUaUo,,. GoodWarner' IfI4 N nLVD. PH. 714-4111 II. N. Bl,,d. Pbea. R.4.'''' POWER' : MOWVB 8ALB8A :rt.nice shady lot owner moot OPEN DAILY and Vain. Priced for "vulrk ..I.. tit me.U .
pay.17DI.. Cablne Hlihway HOMER I. OOPr. AluM 8BRT1CBCV8M u* chow p54 thl I* on*. tot a Bid ew..d HARTSOCK REALTY Oldemebll Mil bal, |3J m.
North of Or .. GOOD u..d r.tril.rauor. IIIK1 raIl Bell ALSO eloee In, -. 'M FonUao
n city. ALL8TATB INSURANCE ('0'* Itoh JMourr, uoouyvar vemceBtore. M AMBCOOTVR8riONKBR Realty Company .!Im.1.r 3301 1 YoIu1u Orsn s filly 7U Sal |31 ma.
Los Green
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Auto, Hom," Bue. Life, Health 131 W. New York Ave. CHAIN SAWSTALTON"S R P BXLU Broker ..rvln, DeLand Plnce 'ItLlet o 1704111.lIsyor l'ftc50 M lot,. Wr" Mil b.1. 133 m*.
EXCITING ALLBTATB Auto Finance Plan Phone 114-4000. III N. Blvd. Ph... ,...ltn ... Nook |in bal.
Roars BldK. D Land. 1"1a.. n.-Iu Ill mo.
UM Way With
Multiple I tR
lame APT. M
NCW hits of (Ifu and tollotrle MATT AdWABREkB less .. ..'.. haM a..-.... NEAR. hTITtON 1 Bedroom older Timber & 111 I14A'. La,.. 0..oa.. Reduoed ooraor I. IT Mare. W... Kit b.1. I1T me.
... Clifton Realty
can ,!.. 70 U&flUflUIU&1 earnlnc JAMES F. CLARDY aed DHTBMmm Houee, 11.1. A-t .h.. oak. ........ Terna lo reepwelMe" party H IsleS MM bal, |33 at..
BERVICBWHAT floor life time roof, | room. '
opportunity Boaoon.urine Writ.. the M...cotnlncHoliday PrinC. OE'IZRAL DtRT'RANCEIll W. $11.1.FOLSOM'S. S2 Sissss tqvIpmeal Owner. Phono 134-jiI>. JACKSONVILLE-I Rii.;;; or .l1d.r. IT Mara. Wla. |2M bat lu .....
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.. H. 8now P.O. Box 4111. a.Daytona N. Blvd. ISo. 734-4104 rS- conditioned bom partially turn 19 ROOM Hoops .. Beach IlL I PLAIN lined floor furnace Murray Hill 4 lane RI...,. fine for antlquee, 'U Ctdlllaa
Jar BAUMAN'STyvowrtlero action on bus line near eihonla |in Sot Ill
14 Martg.gn-l..ght-S. t BIOROOM Concret block homo. .,.. tore Reduce! tooell. m*.
Haw BOM sEWING MACHItetBOlTTi eLAnd om.,. .'tpptyOtOe. and ahopplni center ph. ,,..n.r. Call 704)347.
livmi room. built-in kitchen tile _
MIODLBAOSD whit woman to end BMALL APPUANCH
nd .chool Rupplios NATIONAL.
,llv. in car for I children MORTflAOES FABRIC aad MOTIOKB OffIce ",..hln. soles. .,,4 SceS bath terreien floor oleotrlo, OPEN HOUSE I .IR HOME la Oreni City Re*.
muat be clean peat and dependable. FOR INFORMATION about Lent"DICLAND LAU HELKM: n4S -. ..-.... 11' N. 81"'". ....n". '14-ISIS heat I.... utility room earporto.HARRY eon.t..
Write .bpx: Ii. DoLandSun *** t..eel in bars.; yard satin. wnmolt. 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home UNDER CONtTMUCTIONl I bed.mom -
'N.we, itatlnc ate and qualljicetlone. FBDE'RA'L I 55.otlollp.bauduratrnd. Lot houne, lu, bathe double. BANK
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Name ,...*,. See 41st 5400515.5DATII.CNAF ISI In' PM... '11,1041.i .
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Ran A Loa Auool.rlonUl ? AT HEPLER *CRK8DAVll .r....... IM4. N. Hoeton.JOHN .

r PART _TIM I help|_,......... heuee N. Florid. lIons 714 I Ml HI Blot P_. ........ i F. EDWARDS > Phone A. ROKKRT8.12157McCARRIER >>11I..... E. BISHOP 2LPOSSESSIO

work and care of I children. it.?. So-Del Furniture RoaltorCreep. UCKN8EO Bt'ILDER:

and health card Phone 714-IHH Live Stock 5.11 EverythIng for 1.... The ALLEN-WH1TE Co.'peelaUate CIty .r "H4U41"HOMB boI.o.4 REALTY TIT Orovo Piece Phono 1144117Alvin

| AOORtt8IVB i sALtS CLERK for 1:. TEISMC ABRANI1EI) In office ouppllee. 77&-1040 RIlALTOIIIIh.
local etore. High Nrhoot education (!pan Evonings: IIr A"polntm.nlUII FOR vnrt or KIDB W. ..... I'h..ne n.-"II J. Facchin Broker
15-40 no experience neceeearr. 31 hgt-tltt-P. I. 81"d Phaos ,.....It Ill W. IndlaieaeA:e"Ph.. T....l.l"Netlonal 4 BR., t hath Fla' Rm. paneled' W. nerenfont II Pablo Rd. '...nll 1 1012 SANFORD AYR.OFENETENINGI.
Heply box I* gun Nev/e. :! den dlnln* area kitchen built. II ROOM <; *. HOUR
pl1t..it7rt'
Kit carpet cleaning problem I In etove oven, dlthweeher.I Uv. 4 lSElRltn1M: '. I BATHH
Executive Secretary "iNt DOGS .>. eat far aaoptio mall uee Blue Luilre wall towell. I Typewriter and. AIding 5405555Sal. I", Room. Central air and heatlnf 14 I II IWIMMINO IIX'L.KAU. CompletedI
$ ehamponer JURobereon .. $ItYIOS >4t monthInrlude OUT Ill 57L.IP201: u.st.
ALSO Boardln Animal MeeevoLeaioo. III.I ey.i.m 51.1104 down | ..albro! FlorMa
SU4MINational
PArT TIN or Full time must beroficient Clark Furniture Co. : : : h4-ITDI penMe
lbS W. Mlao. Rl 4U44.Merchandise tatee and In*. Price II7.WM Phone BR, f.nre.
In ehorthand and lyp- IJL400, Near Bteteon.UKII fOMB IBM IT. YOU'LL LJKM ..._...."* I,..
14 P15wir-fl5.-1.tI11tw LAMB ACCKS.:-"od.r". .. .
I .Irm.
In, and able to aaaume reepon.tblltty. KORAN'S IT. Mafnolia Ohoro.. off It.pl.rItsed.
t Bend complete reeume THE WOODBt h'l... rm rurnlehed. lll.lim.OULBVAMO C)PEN' DAILY.
to P.O. box 1147. DeLand C'AftrE'l' II FUSNITUPI eo. houee' Reno ate DRIVE 141* W. Beroafnri toee Fred Bnieohayt
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004 W. N.., TarS! I. 4-Soil ROSES & ANNUALS I I rma., I bathe lltllo III Mm.
EXPERIENCED Watt,... Wanted i a eharmtnr BR.. modern 114-1571 Builder
"MK" DIET4.Bri'kor._ ...... 1144111MUST
THEBIO Home with built-in etovo and
I :r&I'T tcfZ"o.I between 10 41 ArtklM Per Sato 3 ROOM GROUP DAVE BRIDE NURSERY oven. Olaeo slidIng doors to Patio *
am. and 4 p.m.ILI& Or FURNITURB ... R V.50554 Pb... .. 4-11" Roomy .tare*, and eve* .... ahrirk I This Week's Bargains! DcBary Real Etta!.
ar-M.< II. GrIlL '".1511, SELL
NOTICE MITIRBOl Cloee-ln CR I
$299.
PORTABLE I) TV anil aland. Only
WANTED Part ?tm.. Moot with DltlKHTIBLH Terme. ""*
1 CUR HIT Till ?1/>RI8TMCMBKM rR, Runralow. Need eoma re.pelr. .
liv. ear and phon. C.lllnll oa 1100, 4 apeod eoneole Ct.,., P.T.aII. MKL OTT 114-UK4. 114-1141 7t ISiS ...... tBOwtn.
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Furniture Co. ItlMi TERM. If d.elreit
I reiular Fuller Brush h cu.tomere. ."..kera In baM I additional aid. Mather a ladlaa* Fheee RB ,- IUl ,,, Flre-Auto. I... Real Bet. /// I IR., FuriilBbed oven. to TV and ONI of DetaniTi T...*elleat homea.Ultra .
1 Minimum I boure on Saturday peaker lift 141 W. Division or 141 a Blvd.. Ph... "'.IIM ..slornoi5.wa05.r. |>0* Caah bal- modern beautiful drapeo
Full contact IL,. Rico. at DeLand Sua Invely rule alr-oondltlened I Tour a A. BATTBPBBABT.
tlm.anll.b"route for alao perttlmo available.work Meet N.... RUG SHAMPOO Machine for ""1.TYNER'S > *ftld>l *-.. No One Wants This One! "T&'. dream home ..... true. 800 IItoday BUILOSE

M. Bwop at Calleo Kitchen ':00"a HARDWARE IT LOOK TOO BIO It I* too 10''.. DUB we.lt I TIANSPEN.RH. with larie reduced KamllrHaem thIs You have.t".I Ihe reel FLA. ,.. MO MdM7U
m. onl,. Do not telephone. BUY WITH CASHWITH The llvlnf room U t... bit the .. Mow ee* the a llouad-
Phono 714...., PRACTICt .". t 1101 N. Blvd. .. Ph 154.1013.CoiNER .
ITWAITRE8II' Must be neat ever A LOW COST "....n'I metier. lAssthas parlor I. too bl'fo'h. 'want aparlor .. Air onnilltloner and .... _Sr,, _i4jtarltt
PERSONAL LOAN FROM no*. "..17.. before 4pm.Rentals anykowl The dinlni room tnmatlo deal You 'will love ihelakefrenl leavlm Mtate will aorl.
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1'1' at. Apply '' Atroort a. USED FURNITUREBY I. too hi* and ao I Is th* kitchen.There .
taurant. No nprn : roliL DELAND STATE BANK are too many hoI bedroOmS dmk. boat. RTMrl)klrker andbeartnl will fire CR I UK. Furaleh.d Homo.Kill i YOU'LL BB SHIllS AB A BOO TH
fruit tree ..
*e W. Bereefnrd A.
"DORA" eloeete endcuuboarda A Rua In .', I
Homa Of Ioll Corpot ( ) end Ion many r BR. Modem CB
$03 I. N.m ToeS nm. ;1 YIP l "Dtr*" ocared a _pl. rlhl t blf !> I':.. Ueetdoe, mn TEIIMO.quickly at IIluoo..100" OBUBBAI 0001PACIOI' Mom wIth Flo. room .*...t..l .1
COSMETICIAN out of Ilorlda. W* had to take It's me o 8re>t hi coo,., lot WILL tOCATIO nlll....* pIty, 141 ..,. Ave. fieHary. .....aI.
AUTO AIR CONDITIONING 347 wtlh tom noisy blibid. I GORDON E. HOLZMAN 17,IM. 00? TO .
back> II plere (I room full of : leo: : lovely HH, well furnlaheA tun.latow. 1.lj"C:
I H Florida' faiteat rnwlndrur '"1.Kar lale 8rvlcoOKOROB furniture 1OUR8 for the Bal.aoc 6I Rica.. F..taII.| 4J .. It. 510 0111 blocksIn I Poop well eloreie. (bit so4r0iImaiol7 Phoao Oroo City tn-BMd 114-4171 or .4411 or
35u 3184.JO
RBA8CR OARAOB 't.t. ,
chain..Top lull alary and plus complete tib.rsIQommio.io. 111 a Alabama. Pb... 714-4011 "* of si I lit knhrmi miphl i\\SI 1 ..cr.. 511.1110. SNCLI TOM I. :: sooth."
$249.50 SURe, HOUSE In Country nub too whea '0'1 SO. all Ih. IIlss'2mm ..his.. 0.51':II\ S CII.:
lim000F benefit Chance forI ,..... ... ALMOsT NEW fine. In home withInnome. PECK REALTOR
Just MOHAIR
Katatee.: Lovely' .......... We aerv* $r. .11001 fop otilp $1,501furol.h.4lbl Punkeii LR.r Florida
unlimited JTIKT rr
'''mInt DRUQ RTORB. Plo Apply Woodl.n4 Ilylirokoro F.brlo C.oleF TUB PAT PIOK MINTS ()r dellolou meal. It.?. 114.11:4. Cill for uppototmsotLoui furnlehed. Tou will flint en comfoft.. I""balk.m. a World1 Fair kitchen, OsSum Pt.,. .0 .-....
.n S. BI"d. to .... ably Heady for eo.fupency. central air eoadltleiilnf At t oursri _raoh 4am. HO 14114BBAUTIPUL
Blvd. Mr. Bob Davla .
12" UHF VHPADMIRAL. '' Pert.hi $3.75 Weekly 11 Are.iuis C. Meyers, Realty Mrs. Alva IILeoo.C. Williams 0. 05 HAVEN u w.il ...r.eI. tonI.. 50hIIV7INIA S r Bit.. Homo, .contra

8888 wanted full ortime. Vo*ue.TV lit Bond loutS condition: Blvd. lit Th* (For the ...1 la pool l Ketatof Realtor Phono '......1 sot, N. .. I. .Id. .. ,. 1Jri. heat ...r-....., Kipenotvely land.ouaped. .
.Apply BHOWBOAT Wt "I NT ROLTJlWAYf. Hf>H. NIATLY furn. tnd floor. prL on.trance. 101 M. Hlrd lOoL.un4lUIr. Office and .UI T. 0. .It..L, .
Reridenoe, 411 W. Hxwrr I
ON.W"UllllboUH. ( 710-14.4 E... 'U-IIU w, T. coRRirro
pm. PITAL BBDH B A B T CRIBS Ideal for elnile or eouple. -
1I.lrIllnalor ... .....0ONI WHtt.T CHAIKO WALKEUHand : I..ower ret. t* permanent tenant DOWN- FRANK I. SPARROW I til fheaoAutomotive.CI.411

HELP!! Apt Slie BaIt.. _I n II COMMODE CHAlfia Phone 1I4-I4I4 -$350 AAA Realty Heal letata ......'.. Ph. ".....,
...NOB BELT FOUNTAIN ONE TS1DI000M lurnl...... .p0. noorSioisoe OWNER throw In towel sod 1h* Ua4te Currliifton, Realtor *
lAFPLT la pereon only. Larva OB Refrlferator I Dr. I 14 II ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE .nd tow. EI_ klt.h... reel of hi. furniture for *,ulrK $III B Or.es.Av.hee. 114.4101RIOICOAATID United Farm Agency
ONE 117 W. WI..I. Ph. 714.1705. sub,. of hi. ham Smiled at 414
.. CO. W. 1'.".. ..... t Bit Fla. room I bedroom krlrkllOtv NATION wide Real Ketate. Aft
H'P' W..t.M.IIt1.IINCIO ONE .. Dry.r Comhlnation I 44 44 4 ROOM BATH 'with eeparale tarai blf enouih wIth fnnj term lo .ual|. tr...... U' .. MI.... ....on. TI..."'. 10 AtttBtaiBM flf kit -
tlnu.ueJly nlie 10" Frill Phono ,..-.1.. 110 t. BLV7X FURNISHED APT. Prloo fled buyer bus Kent WlaoonelaA -
I dalre Ranee. A real Bargain: Ph. 114-4144 III W. HowryI I orc.r.n 4 work .hop. Phone 1l4- ot.LOVILY BR, CR 71(11705
rrtU cook apply ,
MAN! OTHER KarcalneLow: low 511,5110, IIM down til mo. rJR .
I OR UNFURN.III
n-r. VOLKSWAGENS ...W.r.s.4.iuiCt
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: I th. Wkataburier. 4k M.ik8MT1RIO 'tn1tt moot tnotude* Uiee awl I BR. ftnme full tIle .
payment. Tented and Uuarnnteed ROOM FURN. APT. Vtllltle 8 ....u..r'. Ph... 111-1111 oir model 71 kour degverv.
k\t..h.n.\
and Sit
Convenient liLAC Flnancln. fnrnlehed eaoept AdulUI 401 oath ..Iu.. % Nlee reel. Hajlande .
lu Carte nd
1117 K. Blvd.
<< tM-UM, .. lentilS
tHIPTi 41 to Mont OVKR'R: 8TORHHOWDY'S .__W. Howry. Ave. MEL OTT. L'.11I ae.e.W000lJ flNANCIMO.ORBOORT YD. '
IHT A-e f Boulevard EARL LAWRENCE
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Appliance Inc. ;
b. active and ........1".. Refer /// Hire-Auto. Ine. Noel L.R. In*. Ph. 1l4.MliLAROH ( ...,.. i door "4.. flood
required bee Mr. Shuulle Prigldairs 'aI" lerrlpe MUSIC SHOP FIRST FLOOR room turn "re"" meehaalcal' ..."..11''..... 1.11....
l 000.' Oil Co.. 40' a Blvd\, itt, N. Blvd. Phone 714-MM Ill N. Bl"d.._......n. '''.Utl I block from J,. Memorial. .r.'i HOMES I 5*.. I MA8TCRI hath 4'uetom.hulll 5(1.051054S : alVlrflnla loll N 114.411 Bled. ":. Kedlo. Only" 117. ......". H4l4llfOK .
= ... ... PSe.S f$4.$140FHA
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: .t. Phone 114-1044. 114-1171 _.__._
Fla.UTOMOBILB I i .' PLYWOOD Flberitleaeed Roai BALDWIN SPINET PIANO eHit.. with Ten f* Mlad* Have Home. ".'. fur -
Trimmer and Menacer. If Heavy duty Cxhauet Pant dum oust..toe. eave 1*.%. For haeo 114-4111 .,. Tranaferred., '''.'''1. USED CARS
Experienced only. Good op.Itxirtunlty Full el led RookiaM Bed with Boll Thompeon Uuelo' Co.. II'I...> Apartment Rent R. W. FRESCOTTRolll I .". freme- houee, turn., land.oaped $18,300 BAThl DOLLARS AT ROU.KRlH
for right man. Conl.c'IMae Bprlni and fnattr.ee I lawn bob. .A"... Iwytona Beach.Upon i i111ln Ml N. BoundaryCLOSE trull tree lot. IllsPS. 1404 1JIJW/
I> Hutchlnaon Ul .. Blvd. 1'''. box chair.; Good: Poldlnir uned hrirk ramp: tablet MlaeL Tool Kicellent FrMay evenlnf ,-.. 111I lot floor fur.lah.d opt.Adults. -- Aero S.ta-*. 114-1111 for *appointment.RACIOU oer. I BM, I ham I.ar1. family. conditioner.e Room. BILL HOLLER MOTOR

1J4-446I. ....n... Reaeonahle, Will It's. N. 111"d. P II. OPKlIf NEW C llJOSEPH -Ill 4211AC11 t-(VIOlET- 00OOP- "lot,lilt..:i' ,* .::, *, Pello CB SALES
"'AN FOS .IIIVICI STATIOMv.r trade for a good boat Trailer III 47 R.dI.hkvilisDeltronics 714....* after 4.IDLA .. .
$ Pool and
.Irnrnlc( .n.t..I1 Ullt room *r.on M* a II"" ...... u.1I14
'1. I.rl.nea: a..,._.,. N. Hlun Mi.Other ROB FIR8T FIKIRROOM8 S. PECK '' Florid llvlna. SIC b* loll N. AmoCo. By owner.
Apply in p.r000. L.V.tll.o BIRg LAIIOI M I': TAL PICCRCTARTSIlCSlCwtth !: > and HATH BUILPBR sod CONTP.ACTOHfMONB pours la this ..11............ ..*. ('all 114-4411 for appointment.BLOCK "iat.os Super 00 4 dr H
Truck Hop oa Truck Route.PLOYED 11P1..I. .501?. UL T.V. .734-8524 CLOBB IXt PHONB1l4.mil 114-4171 fcty home. t apacloae bedroom, Iketho. Eis.lI.,' lhreeght.

or 8BMI.RETIRED MlecL It...... 714-'>>1\. SALES: 8ERriCBt RBNTAU ArrTlCltrhelietto. ____111 a Ualvereitv Av*. altraotiv kllohen, stare HOME Ph. 114-1101..
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NEW f DOOM sad roethsralo'r. I .. _, *a>
Mon ......In. additional Inoomo.I WI' DELAND'S LARGEST Fur. with .tL! Outild City Kt.eluelve LOOK. loa4 patio overlnokln. ; poollerte AND ACRE GROVE CASHAT
)I..t have car and phone. Have BUYSELLTRADENATIONAL MH'aHon. H>. .... 714....'.. A VIRV nlee < ... f .bedroom t .hedy lot Only II4.UM, WIlts' .
I minimum of I hour on Saturday balk. .homo with WeetlnihouM 141.4 loon Will, leae* for 5135.M'CLT"PSI ..AUTI U" louIs Stool I .. l
t.TIILA'u.nrDELAND
I ELECTRONICS
fliosoouSj.a
..aiiabl. for parttlme work. ApPo FIBC'RER'. TRADING Poop room. 6ir*. heal pump and .''rn IU..r. room, IH hath homo. All lag 5 *
= nf.-t.M... 111 for one day;* .40 I BI.VD Fh.o '14.184. CENTER Shod apertment Cloee:' to iho*. Florida rooM and ...rHD." porrkjnd \\: o. BFwwrrlim ,, room, oil furn.ee. Ineuleled, 4 STATE BANK
SERVICE
.. 8wope at CalicoXttcl.o Pin*. Ooly |4l Munim fhon many other nlre '..tur... N. Blvd. ..b...* 11...'"* w'". Elee. Hani and It.?. .Same
I:tt ..... only. Do not CanS Reil.ter. It I* __ fl4-e041 or H4-JMI. Near BMUoa. Priced .. ..II. Hilly room, carport l/ecaieii sobltl.ldo "'Neat* Of OoM Carpet Borneo
telephone tip t* Its*I*. departmental MOTOROLA .,..lOt. i.P iiiii .'iD- wild H aura alee .51340 Sd Now York PK IleHlt.IN .
key,* Like: n.w."VI': )' food cond.Ph. 4 ROOM UP8TAIR8 FURNISHED: I .CIIOOM HOME osoSee 'Pt" tree bear, plut other .
_ANTBDt Married Man Aie. IIh40. ... 1I4-I7M. CURTIS MATHES APT. r1.LT.I I'*, U0a or.lta.DU"L' "1".1. snA Vtrtl.tL ALSO touts tree :tIll. homo w eaotleeond CAOILIAC Coupe DevtU milpover.
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for Rale Bervtco end latm _Ave. SPACIOUS DUPLEX IIIICW I $E14040054. 0 boltS hems.PS la A-l ooodltlon. oftele .:i'L0t0a1'l local owner,
work. hIgh School craduat. most WBIOH1 eer.iy with new.Improved RADIO and TV* SALTS ,... It.. off Old Ospbee.Itua4 HWT. soup t.f Touee kh.ral AUTiiAIA8
new bedroom lit
Ill 00 to atari. For appointment Dec-A-fXet Tablet. WI 1CRVICB ALL MAkMI rhe on OOO KeldiborbMMl. Cloe I. 11II..... I'54l.oltd filibtoudo. Jr.t'ap. he the pr*.4 new owner of IM N. Florida Av* N..|
rail 181-414. Only ..... Volurta Pharmary loo. D&H T.V. Ill:. BoriS equipped.atewort.THB .Alr-eondlUoned.. pint Just Outelde"' City Him'Itron.trurllan. J....... lIull".... P''". 11'." ail Ihie bar only $...tot.**. Term .__la At ken* Theatre ph.. 114-UII/

DRIYCR8 WANTED Mtnveo Refrlor SIR be erreneed Al11'r) 5/1350
APPLY IH PERSON T... RBNTALJ BUT A"TI. Modern' mm.pletely tnn 1Jn..... Carpet I AIr..'.... UNITED LOWEST RAT5
CITY CAB ill N. Amelia.RPENTER8T SIGNS FOR SALE Your Zenith Dealer furnlehed. Cli'.. In 8tt. dlllnnlnl Unit Inoluded. I *nd WE WILL BUILD tterneu National lian
eo. and downtowa. .r... 7I4I4H.VuRNIIMBB I Bedroom. 11474(1, "IorIds = I:'* *. I"*.

Ittady. work. Hob-dlvlalon Frame or work..dee Trim.. HEAVY CARDBOARD15c iror I room do.;Bil7l;; V. W. GOULD AGENCY ON totm I/>T on om LOTTO 1115 noM' 1l4-4lltW ':29 Chevrolet
DeBary & Deltona All elM. Sit end put M.... BUILD OH JUT
Bruce $''' For man. :.PTir BIL AIM
'J.m .,... Ill W. MMhVFUMN. Dear )tSedesIS..
I Tonne America ; ". River. EachNO $.. Ill H..". 11/11 DoBaryPhone Member of Multiple. Llottaf FHA-VA 67 Acne .-,.....-..... AHlonuilo, Power eteorlnTor*
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Oro..* Bub-tMvlelon a Palatka.. ...-4... APT8., o1.... A w.t.. ,.r.. 201 N. Woodland Blvd. elee*. M*) ruel. a* 4.01. Oao4performer
| lit. I?. or call ....1111 after I ...... HUNTINO Poet.... "'Id. ForRent. 228 N. Amelia .734-6066 Phono 1I4-14M of 1l4-7lt Koar ,
Apartment Kor Rent Open ; tote**. Ill W. Vote. 114-1071 ,. ACIIIS Trsk MoTOR
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Wanted: roe 3nopoottop. For lal. DeLudua 5,."logs WISE. INC.. 554s5 55 :: Sr.'s. its-.1. BELL CO.
)iew* Olrtco, More Color Programs MOOINN 0"11I BEDLNI54 DII.PLEX. tv N. Gould 04.5054 $4,005 40,5o. 14-Sill 01 ,........ Cu De.'ofl..ee
Washing Machine Cl/Jul 11'f.' III 11'.1' lbs: teg_el. 714.510 HOME BUILDERS __ II' W.-I" PitS.. 114.0511
THAI EVER BEFORE _MINNESOTA A." WB PUlsed l/XJ TfMBBR _
Man .ARSl Wootlnghouoe R.frlior.- TRY ZENITH FIRST BRAUN REALTYOTTO 134. 8S4: WB fcLL. HBAL I8TATB ir CM8y f door, nd Iran*. I
Repair tGP. 0004 .114II110. 'U. 15.0. i ONE B80ROOM epl, r Cot A 54 Oseris Woedi
PIN WEEK IH day week 1I44DH1.rlANOIN. BOB'S RADIO & T.V. Privet 'entroaoa. Adult K* pel. BRAUM. ReaRorPkoee Clifton Timber & Realty :.r.I L. Blvd.
_
enull b workod Out. 444 4. &1d.U jfl4.ll>!
IwrV Soi 21. D.Lmiid lu. .. _Brae and* Lemee Copper Table Kettlee Lamp. Colored : f. W. RICH_ PrlOHCB TJ4.leH. FALLSP Stetter Associates co Iff RRALTOM 8. P54rt4.-- r'r.:- i* ii"'D IDA I" G.". ooavori*

X" "MECHANIC ...1.... Mnethare Olaea, Haad painted China.He YOUR RCA. VICTOR ..... c Builder of Better Home O* 8OY t Acre* Ible '' lh.nJt.. e aewl
ewe tool' ReeommeedaI Buy and Coil i NEW Colon'el typo ByteS FroM FI/'NIbA AVI. room he***, toLeoa 1,2 >14* M. W>4. rhom "-"" *
a
I requlrod.! la f peraea toVoluela THE RMALIC-BHOP PBALBR t PlINKS ThOM TOWWNICtkV Horn I HH., I rap |....e Ill P**. II* mad. toteM Meal tl.4Mf."
.PPtI: Blvd. }ll CoolS Amelia Ave.BTORa I 4>o4 term WIN IraU 11441141URBTf
Tractor. N. aoeepl _
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CALKINS ELECTRIC 12 Tn lr Tr4Mki
DeLand. All appUoatloaa. ..art.tIaI. W. 'U'I sod tiLL pM S0.4 1Ij=. ,r.- ALMOtT aew I bedroom Ifonee.4l RMMJIrta LOAN Ilk ACRES > >
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